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NEWS JOURNAL Thursday, April 13, 1967 , No-Hit Tests Feature JAG Sophomore Dave Schindler of Lexington and Senior Bill Goth of Plymouth each fired a no - hitter in baseball action in the Johnny Appleseed Conference yesterday. : Schindler's pitching gave league - leading Lexington (44)) and 3-0 win over Lucas (24). Goth hurled Plymouth (2-1) to a 5-0 victory over Crestline (1-2 and 2-2). , In other league games, Northmor (2-1) topped Crestview (0-3), 6-2, and Loudonville (1-3) nipped Fredericktown (1-3 and 2-3), 3-2. In a non-league game, Ontario (24) and 2-1) fell to Buckeye Central, 4-3. Clear Fork (1-2) was not scheduled. Lexington. Â· Â· LEXINGTON -- Schindler faced only 22 men in hurling Lexington to its win over Lucas here yesterday. It was the second straight no-hitter for the JAC leader. Jack Heston tossed a no-hitter at Loudonville Monday. Schindler struck out six and did not walk a batter. The only man to reach base was Taylor, who was safe on an error with two out in the sixth. Lexington scored its first run fa the initial frame on a single by Clark and double by Hale. The Minutemen scored Â·ftvice in the sixth on a double by Jack Sautter, a walk to Heston, a passed ball, a Lucas error, and a sacrifice by Dave Roberts. 'Ba'Skensto, the Lucas hurl- ef, limited Lexington to five hits. HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL LOCM Lexington AB R H Kuhn, 3 5 3 0 0 Btkefisto, p-3 0 0 Miller, Â» 3 0 0 .8; Wten, Ib 3 losman, ss 2 l Jj Wlsn, c 2 0 0 Bpyd, If - - ~ Yhney, If Harris, cf Taylor, rf 2 0 fl 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 AB R H 3 0 0 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 0 2 2 Morkei, ib 2 McChsny, Ib 1 Masters, rf 2 Yoder, rf Schndlr, p Poor, cf Clark, 3b Sautter, 2b Hale, c Heston, If Roberts, ss 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 TOTALS tticas Lexington 'Errors -- Sautter, Wilson. Runs Batted 22 0 0 TOTALS 23 3 5 000 QW 0-0 100 002 X--3 Kuhn, Taylor, B. In--Hale, -Roberts. two Base Hits--Sautter, Hale.. Left on Bases--'Lexington 4, Lucas 1. Bases on Balls, off Baekensto 1. Struck Out, by --Backensto 5, Schindler 6. inning. Singles by Eric Moen and Sorg, plus a fielder's choice produced one run before McFarland's strike out ball quelled the uprising. HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL LWdMVitla FrtmiHkio*n AB K H Aiding, ef 2 o o Doyel, 3b Zook, 2b 4 0 1 Wlfrd, Ib 4 2 4 3 Glasgo, 3b 4 3 2 26 Conrad, If Beau, rf Zckfse, Ib Carr, ss Wigton, c TOTALS 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 * AB R H 4 0 0 . 4 0 1 Booze, s s 3 1 2 Swthrt, p 3 0 1 Moen, c 3 1 2 Dennick, Ib 2 0 0 Wagner, rf 3 0 0 Sorg, ef 3 0 1 Updike, I f 3 0 1 1000200-3 000101 fr-3 Loudonville Fredericktown Errors -- Wolford 2; SwHwrt, Wagner, Glasgo. Runs Batted in -- Moen, Sorg, Beans, 2. Two Base Hits ' -Beans; Booze, Swihart -- Left on Bases -- Fredericktown 7, Loudonville, 9. Bases on Balls, off--Swlhart 4; McFarland 1. Struck Out, Â· by--Swihart, Â»; McFarland 6. fly mouth.. ^CRESTLINE -- Plymouth's Bill Goth fanned 15 opponents in his no-hit victory o v e r Crestline here yesterday. "Plymouth pushed ahead after a scoreless first inning to gain two runs in the second and three in the third, while Crestline's efforts of putting a man on base were completely frustrated. ICrestiine's Rocky Alt lost a two-hit effort. He struck out a dozen. . "Vorf ft mor... IBERIA - Mike Penn's two-hit pitching and the big bat of Tom Furrey gave Northmor its baseball victory over Crestview. Penn gave up single runs in the first and fifth inning and got all of the batting help he needed from Furrey, who stoked three hits and drove in three runs. Two of his hits were tripless. Northmor scored four times in the second to break- a 14 tie. A walk, an error and Alan Penn's single loaded the bases with one out. Another error accounted for two runs and Furrey drove in two more with a single. HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Crestview Northmor AB R H AB R H Sones, cf Krlsko, ss Cmrn, p Â· Rnglr, pf Wolf, Ib Dunn, If 3 White, 3b 2 Urbcher, e 1 Yrger, c 2 1 1 Pearce, is 3 1 2 0 0 Beck, r f 4 1 1 3 0 0 Myers, 2b 3 1 0 3 0 0 Furrey, Ib 3 0 3 3 0 0 White, 3b 2 0 0 3 0 0 Roush, c 2 , 0 t 1 9 M. Pen, p 3 1 0 GOLF OP V*\*UCe. FGQBUSM AA Frisco Gets Shot At Philadelphia ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The.San Francisco Warriors, fresh from a rugged victory over St. Louis for the Western Division title, find the towering'Philadelphia 76ers and Wilt Chamberlain blocking their road to a National Basketball 0 0 . Penn, If 0 0 Warner, cf o 1 2 v 1 3 1 1 HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Plymouth Crotlin* AB R H Trout, 3b. 4 1 1 Hoffmn, If 4 0 0 Fremn, rf 3 1 0 Goth, p 4 2 1 MeKwn, c 3 1 2 Kamman, 2b 3 0 0 Rook, Ib 3 0 2 Firmer, ss 3 0 1 paup, cf 2 0 ( | Fltchr, If 1 0 0 AB R H Glauser, 2b 3 0 0 Evelyn, cf 3 0 0 R. .Ait, p 2.0 0 Rewind, ss 2 0 0 Almnsn 1Mb 3 0 0 Ady, 3b Â· 2 0. Q Ingles, pti 1 0 0 Oietz, Ib 1 0 0 29 5 Lash, ph V Q 0 a Lash, p h 1 0 0 A. Alt, C 2 0 0 Salvati, r f 2 0 0 2 TOTALS 24 0 0 0230000-5 TOTALS Plymouth Crestline 0000000-0 'Â·Errors -- JMcKown 2; .Rowland,'Deltz. Runs Batted in--McKown 2; Rook. Two Base Hits--Goth. Bases on Balls, off- Goth, 2; Alt, 2. Struck Out, by-Goth, IS, Alt 12. Wild pitches -- R. Alt. Passed Balls^D. Alt, 2. Loudonville BELLVILLE -- Two runs in the fifth inning gave Loudonville the winning marginin its baseball victory over Fredericktown here yesterday. Loudonville's Conrad opefi the fifth inning by advancing to first on an error. Beans then hit a double, driving in Conrad to give Loudonville its first lead in the game 2-1. Another error and Glasgo's single drove in the run that eventually won the game. Fredericktown t r i e d tc make a comeback but Loudonville pitcher, McFarland shut off the rally in the sixth TOTAL'S 24 2 2 TOTALS 25 6 8 Crestview 100 OlflO--2 Northmor 11 000 x--6 Errors -- Wolf, White, Penn. Runs Batted In -- 'Tegtmeier, Cameron, Pearce, Beck, Furrey, 3; WÂ»rÂ«r. Three Base Hits -- Fwrrey, 2. Left On Bases-- Northmor 5, Crestview 4. Doublt Plays --Crestview. Bases on Balls, off- Cameron. 5, Penn 3. Struck Out, by -Cameron 2, Penn.S. . Ontario High Beaten By B. Central N E W WASHINGTON Buckeye Central scored a run in the ninth inning to defeat Ontario here yesterday. Ontario held a 3-2 lead in the seventh, but Buckeye Central tied the score in its half of the frame to send the contest into extra innings. Clady drove in two Buckeye Central runs and had two hits. Alan White had a single and double. Â· Ron Them singled twice for Ontario.. .- ' ' Association championship. Coach Bill Sharman of'the Warriors said after Wednesday night's 112-107 victory over St. Louis that "I think we've got an.excellent Chance of upsetting Philadelphia." '. A second-half surge, led by Rick Barry, gave the Warriors their victory in the best-of-7 play - off series 4-2 Barry made 41 points. BOSTON OUT Philadelphia dethroned defending champion Boston 4-1 to win the Eastern Division crown Tuesday night. The first game of the best- of-7 championship series will e played,-Friday night in Philadelphia. S a n Francisco trailed throughout the first half and didn't take the lead until Fred Hetzel's lay - up put the Warriors in front 75-73 midway in the third period. "We just lost our momentum," Richie Guerin, t h e player.- coach of the Hawks, said. "We didn't do anythini offensively in t h e second half." He added that in the closing minutes Wben the H a w k s made a determined bid for victory that "we were trying to do too many things with the ball instead of just going for the basket." The loss ^closed Guerin's 11- year playing career. He has annoinced toat next year he will confine himself to coaching from the sidelines. 2 A^eterans Hohl Keys In fi^ ' 'Â·. Â· - Â· ; / ' . Â· ' : Â· By The Associated Press Two National H o c k e y ^eagtie veterans with a combined 25 years of Stanley Cup experience behind them loomed as the key men tonight as he Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs sought to move closer to semi-final series victories. The Canadiens, holding a W) etlge, can wipe out the New York Bangers by winning tonight and Jean Beliveau, their captain, could be he key. For Toronto, leading Chicago 2-1, goalie Terry Sawchuk has been the difference so far. Beliveau, who missed a lefty chunk of the regular season with an eye injury. eads all Cup t scorers with wo goals, three assists and five points in Montreal's three victories. PLAY CATCH UP He gave the Canadiens a wo-goal edge in the early minutes of Tuesday's 3-2 triumph and forced the Rangers to pjay catch-up after that. Sawchuk, at 37 the baby of Toronto's ancient goaltending staff (Johnny Bower is 42), says he's retiring after this season. But he looked like he could go on forever in the last :wo games against Chicago limiting the high - scoring Black Hawks to two goals and winning both games 3-1. Chicago fans had given him the "Goodby Terry" treatment in the Hawks' 5-2 opening game victory but it's been all Sawchuk since then. Â» FIGHT RESULTS NEW YORK -- Gray Gavin, Brooklyn, N. Y., outpointed Juan mos,. 146, Puerto Rico, t. S. 5-2 To Prove Writers Correct By JACK HAND NEW YORK (AP) - Harry Walker is all for freedom of the press. He isn't about to argue with the writers who picked his Pittsburgh Pirates to win the pennant. "I just hope they are the .smartest men in the world." he said Wednesday, an open date in the Pirate schedule. "I wish they'd keep on doing that for five more years. "WE KNOW that there are a lot of clubs that can kill you in this league. Just take the opener with the Mets for example. Going into the ninth it was. anybody's game. It turned out we had just a little more thaathey did when we needed it roost. "I know at Atlanta, (Billy) Hitchcock the Frisco club and Cincinnati think they can win it. Five or six teams think so. I do like my chances better than I did last year." Maury Wills, the most important addition to the Pirates t h i s season, came through with two hits, drove in a run and stole a base on opening day. Will Wills run less now that he is with a hard-hitting team like Pittsburgh. "No, he'll run more." said Walker. "When you run and take a chance, the catcher has to hurry. You could see in the opener that catcher didn't have a chance to throw out Wills .with the break he got. So far he's 10 for 10. counting the exhibitions. 'And his legs are all right. . 'I learned long ago with the Cardinals about how important it is to run hard and keep punching. You force the other fellow to hurry. That is the best thing that Wills can do ance. . keep a team off bal- "When Jackie Robertson was around, he'd win 10 or 15 games a year just by forcing; you to throw the ball away." Â· 'i r* Wills, a shortstop during, his long career with the Los, Angeles Dodgers, has moved to third base with the Pirates, who have a fine young shortstop in Gene Alley.; Walker says Wills has had no; serious problems making the change. Dennis' Ribant. the next most important new Pirate. won't pitch Met mates. against his old; Ribant, who became a Pirate in the trade 1 that sent Center Fielder Don Bosch and Pitcher Don Cardwell to New York, is due to* work the Pittsburgh home opener Friday against the Chicago Cubs.- EXPERIENCED Steel Service Center Salesman Send resume and write or phone for interview. C. B.' Colwell, District Manager, U. S. STEEL SUPPLY DIVISION, P. 0. Box 6808, Cleveland, Ohio 44101 Phone (216) 441-3434 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY,EMPLOYER GREENWICH -- A five-run first inning gave South Central High School's baseball team (3-0) a 5-2 victory over. Berlin Heights (0-2) here yesterday. Berlin Heights /^scored its only two runs/in the second inning. Berlin Heights got only three hits off two Trojan pitchers- ' HIGH-SCHOOL BASEBALL Berlin Heights ...... 020 000 0-2 3 5 South Central ........MO 000 x--5 4 1 Kernel! (so-5, w-1), and .Holstine; Lofland (so-7, w-7), Honeycutt (so-3,-w-1), and Write. to the Smooth Canadian, Seagram's VO. CANADIAN WHISKY-A BLEND OF SELECTED WHISKIES. SIX YEABS OLD. 86.8 PROOF. 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Boston Celts Confident Of Victory Next Season BOSTON (AP) -- It was wait till next year for the Boston Celtics at their annual breakup dinner Wednesday night, and the dethroned National Basketball Association champions sdinded their new battle cry with a vengeance. "The Celtics are not dead," said Player - Coach Bill Russell just one day after the Philadelphia 76ers crushed his team 140 - 115, winning the best - of - 7 Eastern Division play - offs 4-1 and putting Boston on the sidelines for the NBA finals for the first time in 11 years. "I expect to have a better won - lost record next year and I expect to get past the Eastern Division play Â· offs," he said. Other speakers echoed the same sentiments to the assemblage of about 150 per- sons, including all of the players, their wives, and others close to the club. 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