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S-ne NAPA REGISTER Saturday, October 10, 1981 Mearfm Kegister Sports Scoreboard Napa High-Hogan Score by quarters: NAPA M 7 ( lb- HOGAN 7 7 0 7 Scoring summary: NAPA: Jacque 85-yard kickoff return; kick (ailed NAPA: Sly 31-yard run; Lundeen pass framHarbison NAPA: Fox l-yard run; Ryan kick NAPA: Campbell 32-yard pass from Harbison; kick blocked HOGAN: Brown 13-yard pass from Petrie; Rahill kick NAPA: Sly l-yard run; Lundeen pass from Harbison NAPA: Harbison t-yard run; Ryan kick TEAM STATISTICS RUSHING (Carries-Yardi) NAPA: Sly 13-93, Wigington 2-7, Har-bison 7-10, Foi S-34, Jacque 3-29, Barker Ml HOGAN: Ligons 16-00, WUliams 2 (mimul-4, Satterfield 1-2, Petrie 4-(minus)-lO, Franco 1-4, King M PASSING (Att-Comp-lat-Ydsl NAPA: Harbison 1404-108, Ryan 1-1-0-14. HOGAN: Petrie 20-7-2-142, WUliams 34-0-0, Ligons 1-340. RECEIVING (Catches-Vards) NAPA: Lundeen 3-76, Burns 1-16, CampbeU 1-32. HOGAN: WUliams 2-17, Davis 4-37, Brown 1-88. Vintage-Vallejo Score by quarte-s: VALLEJO 7 0 0 6-15 VINTAGE I 7 7 0-23 Va-King, 81 run (Miller kick ) Vi-safety, punter tackled in aid zone Vi-Ramirez, 29 run (Ramirez kick) Vi-WUkinson, Iran (Ramirez kick) Vi-WUkinson, 4 run (Ramirez kick) Va-King, 1 run (S. Smith pass from Sana) TEAM STATISTICS VA Vi FIRST DOWNS 0 19 Rushing 3 16 Passing 3 1 Penalty 1 2 RUSHING Attempts 37 45 Net Yards 36 231 PASSING Attempts 8 10 CompMad 1 i Intercepted 0 1 Net Yards 41 22 TOTAL YARDS 97 273 PUNTS-AVG. 3-33.3 2-26.0 PENALTIES-YDS. 430 444 FUMBLES-LOST 1-1 40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING (Gurles-yards) Val-King 20-127, Garabato 1-( minus) 12, Smith K minus 10, Hawkins 47, Almanzor 1-1 Vin-Gomez 1489, WUliams 2-17, Ramirez 13-07, Wilkinson 1108 PASSING (Att-Csmp-kt-Yds) Val-Sarna 44441 Vin-Wilkinson 1441-22 RECEIVING (Oatches-Yaids) . Val-Evans 425, S. Smith 1-18 Vin-Woodward 1-14, Rothman 1-8 . NHL Standings Adams Divliiai W L T Pts -Quebec 2 0 0 4 'Buffalo 10 0 2 Montreal 0 0 1 1 Hartford 0 111 Boston 0 1 0 0 Patrick Division 'NY Islandrs 10 0 2 . Philadelphi 0 0 1 1 Pittsburgh Oil 1 Washington 0 10 0 NY Rangers 0 2 0 0 Campbell Coafereace Norris Division W L T Pts. ;Toronto 10 13 . Detroit 10 13 St. Louis 10 0 2 'Winnipeg 110 2 Chicago 0 0 1 1 . Minnesota 0 0 1 1 - Smythe Division ' Vancouver 2 0 1 3 Edmonton 110 2 Calgary 0 0 11 Los Angeles 0 10 0 Colorado 0 2 0 0 (Top four in each division NAPA VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB WOMEN'S CLUB: Medal tournament. Flight A: Maxine Wilson 962473, Fran Knudsen 99-2476, Betsy Pelkan 941476 Flight B: Gwen Gattavara 11431-79, Hilde Reiche 112-3181, Cathy Petrillo 124 3984, Jo Harrington 1163184 Closest-to-the-hole Helen Penny 144,GwenGat-tavara 166, MarjHaU 1611. LITTLE KNOLL SENIOR'S CLUB: Flight A: Joe Hannon 661649, Hank Fisher 8417-49, Newt Wise 641084 Flight B: Bill Blackney 762660, Ira Peterson 742381, George Rae 77-2631. Flight C: Dick Evans 77-27-30, Cal Ruha 77-2451, Arnold Hoff 742454 Closest-to-the-hole: Dino Masson! 49, Ira Peterson 49, George Rae 144. LITTLE KNOLL WOMEN'S CLUB: Medal tournament. Low gross Lillian Wise, 77. Low net, Miml Biocci, captains trophy, 49. Flight A: Ada Maddux 86 3184, June Boblett 863436, Marie Gomez 8631-58. Flight B : Mimi Biocci 8434 49, Fern Talley 943380, Marie Gorey 943461, Florence Garaventa 943461, Rose Maya 943482. Closest-to-the-hole: Lillian Wise 445V6. MEADOWOOD COUNTRY CLUB MENS CLUB, St. Helena: Sweeps event Andy Anderson 741456, Homer Hoisington 842638, Paul Wilcox 741639, Jack Higgins 91-3439, Dick Folsom 104-4084. Best two-ball team: TateCoulthard, J. Higgins, H. Hoisington, V. Doyle 100. A. Anderson, D. Folsom, M. Evans, L. Darley 102. Mont net three's: A. Anderson 11, H. Hoisington 9. SILVERADO COUNTRY CLUB AND RESORT WOMENS GOLF ASSOCIATION: Medal, sweep tournament. Qualifying winners for monthly captain's trophy - Liz Rath, Bettie White, 89 net. Flight A (handicaps 1421 ): Sue Plant Hemphill 941675, Bea Seagraves 961676, Janice McKenzie 94 19-77. Flight B (handicaps 2426): Liz Rath 942469, Dottie McGuire 97-2474, Clairo Fornl 942473, Betty Hartzell 1042478. Flight C (handicaps 27-30): Wanda Stevenson 962788, Bettie White 942789, Dorothy Eagleton 1043474, Jane Anderson 1062478. Flight D (handicaps 31-38): Bobbie Sauder 10431-72, Nancy Chtbtlansen 10431-73, Evelyn Swett 1143281, Joan Murray 1143181, Mary Bicalr 1143781. L.??5o0LL'MCLUB: FUhU: Ken Crawford 61-1448, Joe Harmon 5i?.Ror,,7'1S"51 FIghtB: Charlie Agnew 6417-51, Ted Kirtley 74 21i' 7i1Ml Fliht C: Anwld Hoff 742450, Bob Ashworth 77- 084, Virgil Tipton 742455. Closest-to-the-hole: Harold Peterson 44, Bob Ashworth 61. George Hart 48(4. HELENA WOMENS CLUB Weekly Sweepstakes. FlightA: Jeanette Keller, Marg Randall, (tie) Lia Harris, Ruth Brower; Flight B: Midge Curtis Ruth Dubose, Betty Shaw; Niners: Alice Lynch, (tie) Marg McGowan, Rosemond Scott Justin-Delta JUSTIN 8 7 0 0-15 DELTA 7 7 0 14-28 D Wallace 33 pass from Johson (Emighkick) J - Metzger 37 run (Flynn pass from Miller) D - Hernandez 7 run (Emigh kick) J Metzger 1 run (Ciaccio kick ) D Stuart 33 pass from Johnson (Emighkick) D-Johnson2run (Emighkick) TEAM STATISTICS Justin Delta FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING Attempts Net Yards PASSING Attempts Completed Intercepted Net Yards TOTAL YARDS PUNTS-AVG. PENALTIES-YDS. FUMBLES-LOST INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING (Carries-Yards) J - Metzger 14198, D. LaFontaine 4 23. Negri 415, Miller 12-(minus) 8 D Hernandez 22-19, Jenson 418, Sheyd 619, Chacon 637, emigh 2-( minus) 3 PASSING (Att-Comp-bt-Yds) J Miller 410-7, Valenzuela 4-444 D -Johnson 11-40-110 RECEIVING (Cstches-Yards) J - D. LaFontaine 1-7 D - Wallace 2-48, Stuart 1-33, Sheyd 1-13, Moreno 1-7, Simpson 1-7 St. Helena-Lower Lake Score by quarters: St. Helena 8 8 14 8-32 Lower Lake 0 0 0 77 SH - Beltrami 1 run ( kick failed ) ; SL Helena 6, Lower Lake 0, 1:57 left 1st SH - Beltrami 3 run (run faUs); SL Helena 12, Lower Lake 0, 2: 57 left 2nd. SH - Heywood 22 pass from Toogood (Beltrami pass from Toogood); SL Helena 20. Lower Lake 0, 4: 06 left 3rd. SH - Brown 23 pan from Toogood (pass fails); SL Helena 26, Lower Lake 0,2: 27 left 3rd. LL - Cam burn pass from Adams (Camburn kick); SL Helena 26, Lower Lake7.1:42 left 4th. SH - Lopez 28 pass from Leonard (kick hocked); SL Helena 32, Lower Lake 0.0: 32 left 4th. TEAM STATISTICS S.H. L.L 18 10 8 8 7 1 5 1 FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING Attempts Net Yards PASSING Attempts Completed Intercepted Net Yards TOTAL YARDS PUNTS-AVG. 31 89 38 138 24 17 14 2 3 3 2M . M 303 180 1-17.0 434.0 PENALTIES-YDS. 468 7-75 FUMBLES-LOST 10 63 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING (Carries-Yards) SH - Beltrami 12-31; Shuey 618; Moffett67; Toogood 6- minus) 7. LL - Ranye 2482; Diener 432; Adams 430; Bier 1-9; Richter 1-3; Shown 10. PASSING (Att-Cmp-bt-Yds) SH - Toogood 21-143 -198; Leonard 420-44; Brown 1-400. RECEIVING (Catcbes-Yards) SH - Brown 604; Beltrami 448; Moffet2-29; Lopez 1-28; Heywood 1-22; Shuey 1-11; Beltran 1-4. LL - Gage 1-15; Camburn 10. q n n 1 1 1 y for Stanley Cap playoffs) Friday's Results Philadelphia 2, Detroit 2 (tie) Winnipeg 0, NY Rangers 3 Vancouver 8, Edmonton 2 Today's Games (All Times EDT) Quebec at Pittsburgh, 2:35 p.m. Boston at Hartford. 7:35 p.m. Buffalo at Montreal, 0:03 p.m. NY Islanders at Colorado, 8:06 p.m. Detroit at Washington, 8:05 p.m. Chicago at Toronto, 8:03 p.m. NY Rangers at Minnesota, 9:05 p.m. Calgary at St. Louis, 9:03 p.m. Edmonton at Los Angeles, 10:03 p.m. Saaday's Games Washington at Boston Vancouver at Buffalo Pittsburgh at Philadelphia California at Chicago MEL Football Prep standings Monticello Empire League League W L T Napa 0 0 Vintage 10 0 Vacaville 10 1 Vallejo 11 0 Hogan 0 1 1 Armijo 0 2 0 Fairfield 0 2 0 Friday's Results Vintage 23. Vallejo IS Napa 42, Hogan 7 VacavUle9,Armljo6 Pinole Valley 22, Fairfield 12 (nonleague) Nest Fridays Games Hogan at Fairfield, 8 p.m. Armijo at Napa, 8 p.m. Vintage at Vacaville, 8p.m. Vallejoat Vanden (non -league, 8p.m. SCAL Football League W L T 2 0 0 3 1 0 2 1 9 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 Delta Justin Benicia Vanden Dixon Rio Vista John Swett Fridays Results Dixon 42, SL Patrick's 0 (non-league Benica 54, John Swett 0 Delta 28. Justin IS Vanden 13, Rio Vista 12 Next Fridays Games Benicia at Delta, 8 p.m. Justin at Dixon, 8 p.m. Rio Vista at John Swett, 8 p.m. Vallejo at Vanden (non-league), I p.m. Sports Transactions Baseball Detroit Purchased third baseman Howard Johnson, a switch hitter from Birmingham ; left-handed relief pitcher Angle Ruiz of Birmingham; and right-handed starter Larry Pashnick of Evansville; assigned outfielder Darrell Brown to Evansville. Basketball Chicago Cut forwards John Nash and Terry Stotts and guard Billie Bryant. Cleveland Extended guard Roger Phegleys contract for two additional years. Kansas City - Cut thirdround draft pick Curtis Berry of Missouri and free agents Bobby Willis and Marlon Redmond. Washington Signed firstround draft choice guard Frank Johnson. Los Angeles Waived rookie forward Harvey Knuckles and veteran center Bob Elliotl Football Baltimore - Signed free agent wide receiver Kevin Williams. Cleveland Re-activated running back-kick returner Dino Hall and waived kick returner Cleotha Montgomery. Green Bay Activated wide receiver Ron Camidy and placed wide receiver Fred Nixon on injured reserve list. Signed tackle Tim Stokes. Washington - Signed free agent tight end Rich Caster awl placed tight end Gref McCrary on the Injured reserve list. Playoff Line Scores (Best 4of-5) Americaa League Oakland vs. Kaasaa City (Oaklaad wlas series, 38) - Oct. 8 Oakland 4, Kansas City 0 Oct. 7 Oakland 2, Kansas City 1 Oct. 9 Oakland 4, Kansas City 1 New York vs. Milwaukee (New York leads series, 61) Oct 7 New York 3, Milwaukee 3 Oct. 8 - New York 3, Milwaukee 0 Oct. 9 Milwaukee 5, New York 3 Oct. 10 Milwaukee at New York, 4:10 p.m. x-Oct. 11 Milwaukee at New York, 7:10 p.m. Natioaal League Los Angeles vs. Houston (Houston leads series, 2-1) Oct. 8 Houston 3, Los Angeles 1 Oct. 7 - Houston 1, Los Angeles 0, 11 innings Oct. 9 - Los Angeles 8, Houston 1 Oct. 10 Houston at Los Angeles, 8:13 p.m. x-Oct. 11 Houston at Lot Angeles, 4:05 p.m. Philadelphia vs. Montreal (Montreal leads series, 2-1) Oct. 7 Montreal 3, Philadelphia 1 Oct. 8 Montreal 3, Philadelphia 1 Oct. 9 Philadelphia 8, Montreal 2 Oct. 10 - Montreal at Philadelphia, 1:05 p.m. x-Oct. 11 Montreal at Philadelphia, 4:05 p.m. x-lf necessary NL East (Game 3) Mtl 010 000 010- 2 8 4 Phila 020 002 20x- 8 13 0 Burris, Lee (8), Sosa (7) and Carter; Christenson, Lyle (7), R. Reed (8) and Moreland, Boone (7). W-Christenson (1-0). -L-Burrls (61). AL East Game 3 Milw 000000 320- 5 0 0 N Y. 000 100 200- 3 8 2 Lerch, Fingers (7) and Simmons; John, May (8) and Cerone. W-Fingers. L-John. HRs Milwaukee, Simmons (1), Molitor (1). Dodgers-Astros Houston Ii Angeles 1 1 MS m lit- 6 E-Cruz. Cedeno DP-Los Angeles 2 LOB-Houston 4. Los Angeles 9 2B Cruz. Baker, Guerrero. HR-Howe Ml. Garvey (2), S-Landreaux SF-R Smith IP II RERBBSO Houston Knepper L (61 1 5 118 2 4 LaCorte 2 0 0 0 0 2 Sambilo 2-94)810 B Smith 1-8 0 0 0 0 0 I Augfln Hoot on W 1-61 2 8 118 8 Howe 1 0 0 0 0 8 Welch I 0 0 0 I I Hoot on pitched to I batter la 0th WP-Knepper T-2 35 A-46.920 Royals-A's KANSAS CITY OAKLAND brkki 4 0 2 0 Hendrsn l( 4 12 0 Murphy cf 4 0 10 Johnsn dh 4 0 2 0 Armas rf 4 0 0 1 K lulls 2b 4 0 10 Moore lb 4 0 10 Heath c 4 0 10 McKay 2b 2 0 0 0 Stanley ss 3$ I 10 I Totals ab r h bi 2 2 2 0 4 0 2 1 4 0 10 2 0 11 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2111 2 0 0 0 20 4 1 2 Kansas C ity IN IN Ml- 1 Oakland III 2NNx- 4 E-Washington. White. Wathan DP-Oakland 1 LOB-Kansas City 7, Oakland 7 2B-McRae. Murphy.. HR-McKay ill. SB-Henderson IP H RKRBBSO Kansas City Gura i L 0-1 1 8 2-2 7 4 2 Martin 4 1-2 0 0 0 Oakland Lngfrd (W l-Oi 71-2 10 I 1 Underwood 1-8 0 0 0 Beard (S li 1 1-2 0 0 0 T-2 59 A 40,002 Southern Open At Columbus, Ga. Oct. I iPar 70i Inamori Classic At Saa Jne, Calll.. Oct. I (Par 73 JoAnn Cartier 69-78-141 Amy Akott 66-72-141 Cindy Hill 73-69-142 Julie Stanger Pyne 69-73-142 Janet Ales 70-72-142 Jeannette Kerr 72-69-142 Sally Little 69-72-142 Cathy Morse 69-73142 Carole Jo CalUson 73-70-142 Jan Stephenson 73-70-143 Sandra Hayme 71-72143 Nancy Lopet-Melton 70-74-144 Debbie Massey 71-73-144 Pat Bradley 73-71-144 Patty Sheehan 74-70-144 Muffin Sp- Devlin 73-71-144 Beth Daniel 71-74-145 Donna Capom 73-72-145 Judy Clark 72-72-145 Kyle OBnen 61-74-145 Suzy McAllister 70-76-145 Jane Blalock 74-71-145 Hollis Stacy 70-76146 Penny Puls 71-76-146 Vicki Tabor 7666 IN Vicki Fergon 73-73-144 Dianne Dailey 72-74-146 Lenore Muraoka 71-75-146 Sylvia Bertolaccim 74-73147 Sandra Palmer 75-72147 Debbie Meisterlm 77-70 147 Kathy McMullin 72-73-147 Janet Coles 72-76-146 AMary Enright 76-70-146 Holly Hartley 75-73-146 Barbara Moxness 75-73146 Myra Van Hoose 74-74-146 MJ Smith 75-73-146 Catherine Duggan 72-72-146 Debbie Austin 75-74-149 Kathy Hite 72-77-149 Jan Ferrans 76-73-149 Shelley Hamlin 71-76 IN Betty Bwrtctodt 71-71-1 Dale Lundqulst 74-75 IN Robin Walton 75-74-1N Kathy Young 71-76-1N Laura Hurlbut 76-72-150 Mardell Wilkins 75-75-150 Kelly Fuiks 75-75-150 Roberta Speer 72-78-150 Amelia Rorer 75-75-150 Barbara Misrahie 76-74-150 Kathy Wtutworth 73-77-159 Cindy Chamberlin 73-77150 Jeane Crafte 74-76-150 Alexandra Reinhardt 77-73-150 Lvm Adams 75-75-150 Sharon BarTett 79-71-150 Pam Miller 77-73-150 Cathy Mant 75-75-150 Mary Dwyer 76-76-152 Joan Joyce 76-74152 Sandra Spuxich 72-60-152 Judy Rankin 67-76-152 Alice Ritsman 76-76-152 Barbara Barrow 77-76-153 Marga Stubblefield 77-76153 Theme Hession 71-74-153 Betsy King 77-76-153 Jenlyn Bntx 72-61-153 Patty Hayes 77-76-153 DM not qualify Martha Hansen 75-79-154 Lon Garbaci 77-77154 Gail Hirata 7676-154 Brenda Lunsford 7679-155 H B Duntx 7677-155 Vicki Singleton 75-61156 Alice Miller 61-75-156 Carolyn Hill 77-79-156 Sue Bennett 64-72-156 Ame-Mane Pall! 67-77 157 Sue Fogleman 7679-157 Leann Cassaday 61-76-157 Elaine Hand 77-61-156 Jovce Kazmierski 7679-156 Cathy Charbmbier 81-77-156 Kathy Martin 6676-159 Cindy Ferro 60-60-160 Barara Ried) 64-76-160 Bonnie La tier 7682-160 Lindy Moore 79-82-161 June Staton 63-79-162 Sutanne Jackson 61-61-162 Vivian Brownlee 6241-163 Dfbbv Rhodes 6677-163 A-lafoi Slant 6664-167 Lee Burke 8346-169 A-Lit Chiarelli 12 80-180 Sally Dodge 90-94-194 Kim Sandman 9690-166 Catherine Duggan 7672-141 Chris Johnson ' 94-wdr Napa Bowling HAYWIRES Jolly Gutten , Outluwi 1; Udder Teum 2, Bowling Yo-Yox 2; Steves Mobil 2, Lightning Bolt Juice 1; Sir-Fivilu 3, Napa Valley Prop. 1. High team game: Udder Team 1064; High team aeriei: Udder Team 9069. Men's high individual game: Bill Wellborn, Bowling Yo-Yos 204; men's high individual series: Don Reed, Bowl-!ngYo-Yo'z640;. Women' High individual game:. Sylvia Kuidahl, Udder Team 207; women's high individual series: Sylvia Kuidahl, Udder team 621. SUNDAY FUNNIES Alley Oops 3, Andy Capps 1 ; Charlie's Angels 2, Looney tunes 2; Mortimers' Nurds 4, Boarding House Four 0; Capn N' Kids 3, Family Circus 1 ; Sad Sacks 4, Red Barons 9. High team game: Mortimer's Nurds 994; high team aeries: Mortimers Nurds 1936. Men's high individual game: Mort Pasiay, Mortimers' Nurds 234; men's high individual series: Lee LeFebvre, Sad Sacks 698. Women's high individual game: Judy LeFebvre, Sad Sacks 193; women'! high individual series: Beth Moore, Mortimers' Nurda 615 MONARCHS Doinit'i Cousins 4, Screwballs 0; Should-A-Beens 3, The Four Nuta 1; Ball's a Bag's 4, The Rookies 9; The Four Paw's 2, Michelob 4 2; Wonder-bowls 4, Evan's Airport Service no. 1 0; Napa Valley Tree Service I, Evan'a Airport Service no. II 1; Nor-Cal Plastics 2. DIRS 2. High team game: DI R3 921; high team series: Ball's & Bag's 2474. Men's high individual game: Mike Dolan, Ball's k Bags 277; mens high Individual aeries: Mike Dolan, Ball's a Bag's 807. Women's high individual game: Dianna Lauer, DI R3 200; women's high individual series: Dianna Lauer, DI R3 528. V OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) - Billy Martin doesnt know what his Oakland As have to do to prove they are a solid baseball team, except perhaps to go all the way this year and win the World Series. The As completed a three-game sweep of the defending American League champion Kansas City Royals, 4-1, to win the West Division title Friday night and while the players exchanged and accepted congratulations Martin preferred to talk about other matters. It seems the As manager thinks his club isnt getting enough credit. When we played so well last year, said Martin, "everyone said we were lucky. Then when we jumped off so fast this year, they said it was just one of those things. Well, now that we have Finally won Raider Changes United Press International The time has come to break up that old gang in Oakland. The defending Super Bowl champion Raiders, shut out in their last two games, will shuffle their offensive lineup Sunday when they meet AFC West rival Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium on channels 3 and 4 at 10 a.m. Gene Upshaw, the seventime All-Pro left gaurd, will be benched after playing 207 consecutive games in favor of top draft choice Curt Marsh, who was just activiated. Also, tight end Derrick Ramsey replaces Raymond Chester, a 12-year veteran, as the Raiders try to add some life to a dying offense. , However, it should be remembered that at this time last season, the Raiders also were 2-3 before quarterback Jim Plunkett took over for Dan Pastorini, who had suffered a broken leg. The Raiders then went on to become the first wild card team to win the Super Bowl. Local TV For The 49ers SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Theres good news for San Francisco 49ers fans this weekend that is for those unable to purchase tickets to Sundays game with the Dallas Cowboys the match will be on local television on channels 5 or 19 at lp.m. It's been four years since the 49ers sold out a game before the Friday noon deadline and that time, 1977, the opponents were Dallas and Los Angeles back-to-back. The Rams follow the Cowboys into Candlestick Park, after the 49ers go on the road to play the Green Bay Packers, and that game is certain to be a sellout too since all but 2,599 tickets of the available 61,185 already have been snatched up. All this sudden good fortune is due to San Franciscos improved play this year. Going into Sundays game against the Cowboys, the 49ers are tied for first in the NFC West with Atlanta and Los Angeles, all at 3-2. The Rams host the Falcons at the same time the 49ers are jousting with the Cowboys. Napa Frosh Defeated WOODLAND - Douglas Junior High downed the Napa High frosh, 18-9, here Thursday in 9th-grade football action. The visiting Indians, now 2-1, tallied their only touchdown after Douglas had built up an 18-9 lead. Stacy Smithson scored the NHSTD. For Napa, quarterbacks Dan DeWeese and Shayne Libby ran the option well and hooked up with receivers Mike Campbell, Paul Gasser and Todd Santiago on pass plays. Ridgeview Tops Silverado Ridgeview Junior High Schools eighth-grade soccer team defeated Silverado, 4-1, in a recent Tri School League match. Brian Tucker, Greg Phillips, Justin Aaron and Manuel Navarro scored goals for the Rebels, who improved their record to 9-2. Greta Jaeger and Manuel Zepeda added assists. Ridgeview resumes Tri School League play Tuesday at home against Redwood at 3: 15 p.m. MmglinugfoCired!of the division, these same people are saying it's because the Royals went into a hitting slump. "My feeling is that we won because our pitching stopped their hitting. Everyone is knocking the Royals hitters, but no one is giving our side credit for pitching so well. Its an old thing in baseball good pitching stops good hitting. Mike Norris beat the Royals, 4-0, in the opening game of the Division Series, and Steve McCatty added a 2-1 decision. Friday night, Rick Langford, despite a sore elbow and an aching ankle, went 7 1-3 innings and wound up the winner. Rick had a bad elbow and a bad ankle, and he still beat them, said Martin. I have to be proud of him for that. It was a really gutty performance, and he pulled it off against a very good team. eries By UPI The Philadelphia Phillies, Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers all managed to accomplish something Friday that the Kansas City Royals did not: stay alive in the divisional playoffs. Kansas City, the defending American League champion, lost in three straight to the Oakland As as a fatal mixture of poor hitting, sloppy fielding and clumsy baseninning dethroned the Royals. Oakland advanced to the championship round with a 4-1 victory. Phillies 6, Expos 2 Larry Christenson hurled six innings, striking out eight while allowing four hits and one run. The right-hander made his first start since Aug. 24, when he was relegated to the bullpen. I really have no comment, he replied when asked if he should have stayed in the rotation. I dont want to get into trouble. - Whether Im relieving or starting, Im still pitching. George Vukovich, recalled from tiie minors just days before the players strike, batted for Christenson and singled in Manny Trillo to give the Phillies a 3-1 advantage. Trillo Justin (Continuedrom (Page 8) Gleeson and Mike Watson rotated at the injured Crox-dales linebacker spot and performed commendably. The lack of offense for the Braves in the second half (only two first downs) meant that the defense was on the field most of the remainder of the game, and eventually Deltas powerful running attack took its toll. Our game is ball control, Sulphur Springs Runs Sunday ST. HELENA The fourth annual Sulphur Springs Ribbon Runs will get under way tomorrow, beginning at 9: 39 a.m. from Crane Park in St. Helena. Two races will be held, a two-mile at 9:39 and a 4.5-mile at 19 a.m. Entry fee for either run is $1, and race director Jack Potter of the sponsoring Silverado Track Club urges runners to arrive at least 39 minutes before their race to register. "We expect between 199 and 159 runners, Potter noted. "A lot of them are from out of the valley. The two-mile course is flat, and the 4.5 mile course is gentle, rolling hills, All participants will received ribbons. Napa High Sophs Shut Out Hogan VALLEJO Napa High Schools sophomore football team won again. The Indians Friday night blanked Hogan, 294), for their fifth overall and second straight Monticello Empire League victory at Corbus Field. Rusty Boats scored Napas First touchdown on a one-yard run, and Steve Hendrickson connected on the point-after-kick. Napa scored its second touchdown as tight end John Webb caught a 17-yard scoring pass from quarterback Jay Leachman. Hendrickson kicked the PAT. Leachman scored Napas final touchdown on a three-yard keeper. Coach A1 Gray said the Indians played a solid first half. Our defense held them to under 109yards in total offense, he said. Hendrickson and Darren Hutchins each intercepted passes, and Tom Rudstrom, Andre LaVelle, Hutchins, Gary Resendez and Steve Voss each recovered fumbles. Our offensive line did great job of option blocking, and we ran the option well, said Gray. "Joe Greigo, our tailback, had a good night. It was just our night. We did everything well. They were composed. Gray added that John Sawyer, a tackle, and linebacker Todd Balati played well ont he defensive side. Napa resumes MEL play next Friday at home against Armijo of Fairfield. Kickoff is 5:45 p.m. at Napa Memorial stadium. Continue also had an RBI single and Mike Schmidt broke an o-for-7 slump with a single and double. Brewers 5, Yankees 3 Paul Molitor led off the eighth with a home run and Ted Simmons, who had cracked a two-run homer an inning earlier, followed with an RBI single to keep the Brewers alive. Weve got the momentum, said a happy Molitor, who had three hits. It will take a little luck but it can be done. The game was marred in the seventh when a fan jumped from the stands and tackled third-base umpire Mike Reilly, who had prompted a chorus of boos from the Yankee Stadium crowd after calling Dave Winfield out on a close play in the sixth. Reilly was not injured in the incident. Dodgers 6, Astros 1 Steve Garvey's two-run homer highlighted a three-run Dodger first as Los Angeles grabbed and maintained an early lead. After Dusty Baker doubled home Davey Lopes, Garvey blasted a Bob Knepper fastball into the left-field seats. and they (Delta) kept the ball during the second half," said Shipp. Some errors at crucial times prevented us from putting together a good offensive series the second half. Next week the Braves face another stiff challenge as they travel to Dixon to do battle against the Rams on Friday in SCAL play. (See staUstics end SCAL standings, pageS) The As, with Ricky Henderson snapping out of an 0-9 Series slump, played their game against Kansas City and it became apparent pretty early Friday that the Royals werent going to win. In the fourth, Kansas City committed three errors, two of them throwing mis-cues and the third coming when catcher John Wathan dropped a foul popup. And in the fifth, they had four singles but failed to score. Kansas City manager Dick Howser didnt seem all that upset his Royals came to the end of the line Friday having lost five in a row to the As counting the last two games of the season. "I dont feel disappointed," said Howser, who became the Royals manager after the strike. If it wasnt for the unusual season we wouldnt have gotten this far. Its about time our bats woke up a bit, Garvey said. I think weve regrouped and can win the next two games. Pride is at stake, not just the division title. Knepper took the loss, not getting much support from his hitters or the Houston bullpen. Reliever Joe Sambito was tagged for three runs as the Dodgers iced the win. Houston scored its lone run on Art Howes homer. Bidaki Gets 3 In NC Tie STOCKTON -Napa College tied Delta, 8-8, Friday afternoon here in a high-scoring Camino Norte Conference match. The Chiefs had the lead, 8-5, but the home squad scored with 414 minutes left It was the second time this week Napa has tied, both times it had a lead. They tied us, not us coming from behind. It makes the tie more victorious for them, said NC coach Oscar DeHaro. Napa, which was missing one of its regular defenders had some communications breakdowns on defense, DeHaro noted. Yousef Bidaki scored a hat trick with his last two goals being NC's fifth and sixth of the match. Also scoring for NC were Daniel Mendez, the last two of the first half when NC trailed, 4-3, and Ricardo Ramon who used some nifty footwork to free himself for a goal. Ken Vivian and Kurt Schumacher played goal for Napa, the latter taking over in the second half and back in action after missing a match with a knee injury. Vivian played well but was bruised up, said the coach. Now 1-1-2 in the conference and 2-2-2 overall, Napa Tuesday visits conference leader Santa Rosa. J-S Booters Triumph TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE Justin-Siena High Schools frosh-soph soccer team upped its mark to 5-3 Thursday with a 4-1 defeat of Vanden, the second time this season the Braves have beaten the Vikings. Paul Seibert tallied three times and Bret deLeuze once for J-S which hosts Hogan of Vallejo Wednesday at 3:39 p.m. at Vintage. "The team played really well. Our defense was absolutely outstanding, said assistant coach Leeds Davis. Keying the defense were Andy Marks and Matt Novak. Justin In 1st Place Tie TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE Justin-Siena High Schools frosh-soph volleyball team is now in a three-way tie for the Superior California Athletic League lead after a recent, 7-15, 15-19, 15-19 to Vanden. Also at 4-1 are Vanden and Delta of Clarksburg. On Tuesday, Justin hosts John Swett of Crockett at 3: 39 p.m. In the first game, Linda Leveque and Lisa Bruni combined to serve for eight points while Patty Frommelt played strong defense in the middle game. M

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