Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 25, 1971 · Page 9
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10A-DEL»RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Sunday, April 2$, 1971 Mustangs Maul Crystal City, 15-3 •> By CARL GUYS Litter Bit CRYSTAL CITY-The San Felipe Mustangs unloaded 16 base hits of all varieties for 15 runs and a West Zone District 14-AAA victory over host Crystal City Friday night. The host Javelins were held to six scattered hits and three runs over the seven inning stint by Herdhurler Waldy Felan. Felan was tagged for three Crystal counters in the bottom of the third inning on a walk on Deke Galvan, a double by Lynn Leonard, Ramiro Torres' by Ruben Alcorta and a Mustang miscue However he Sh °™ h^st? over s while he teammates drove five A little bit of fore-thought this morning can eliminate sacrifice^ another two-base hit a litter-bit of moaning after Amistad Lake has had it for another of its weekend.packed premises. Litter bags are available at the local sporting goods counters and are yours for the asking with nothing to buy. Pearl distributor Raymond Morgan has them ^^ ^ a ^ spread around town and they sure help keep the refuse j^ 1 hurlenTo"the"showers and cprraled until you can get it to a trash barrel. were working on the sixth one Big Friendly becomes exceptionally popular this before it was all over, weekend as the Open Fish With Minnow Tournament Joe "Lefty" Garcia, playing holds sway. This is the cooperation deal sponsored by a >n his second starting role for host of local bait stands who offer elegant awards like Garcia Ambassadeuer reels,etc.in black and white bass, crappie and catfish categories. Allus you have to do is fenceT^Felan "hit safely" three get some minnows and" a weigh-in card from any of the times, including a triple that co-ops and have at it. rippled the left field fence. Open to men, women and children until 6 p.m. final Wayne Benson got into the weigh-in the minnow marathon began Saturday Herd's hit parade with two yawning, went all nite and is sure to have produced singles and a double and some good catches. Monday's News-Herald will tell the normally mild-hitting Tony fish tales and we hope to be able to report that all the •j5J M f jea< SS the MusSS prize-seekers left Amistad Lake as clean as they found it the ' i ong _ball department ... or better yet: CLEANER. 6 - the Herd had a 4 for 5 including a long double that hit the top of the Crystal City Aggie Must-er David Trent, a loyal Texas A&M booster, brought me a Sports-Gram from the Aggie athletic corps Friday Gene Flores, sophomore shortstop sensation with a homer and double. San Felipe coach Red Soto used Pete Hernandez, Jerry Fay and Harry Urby in afternoon. In it was four mini-graphs about the baseball pinch-hitter roles. team who was 12-0 in SWC play and 4th ranked in the He^tato^le^osSoS of nation. TCU was Friday's opponent and Horn Frogs gJ^J SJJTJo? behind gigged the Aggies twice to really put some meaning into the deadlocked leaders, the A&M-Texas Longhorn series coming up this week. Kerrville and Uvalde. The Wins over the Steers now become a must for the Mustangs contest the Coyotes Aggies who have a fine club led by David Elmdorf, on Tuesday night in Uvalde Bruce Katt, Paul Czerwinski, Jackie Binks, Charlie Jenkins, Charlie Kelley and Pat Jamison. From Katt on down to the last sentence period the players are all members of the A&M pitching staff. Elmdorf is the hard-hitting, fleet-fielding centerfield who missed 15 earlier games when he was hit in the eye by a batted ball. Trent, a dedicated ball player in his day pn the diamond, just knows the Aggies will muster itself up to snuff for the Texas series. ' ... . . while Kerrville faces hot-and-cold Crystal. San Felipe put. five runs home in the fourth, one in the fifth, five more in the sixth and four more in the seventh to fashion its 15-run blast Friday night. The Queen City Herd committed one bobble that let in one of the Javs markers as Felan permitted only five flies to the outfield. In picking up the important victory Felan hurled the full seven innings; gave up six hits, three runs, one un-eamed, struck out two, issued two bases on balls, and left seven base runners stranded. Crystal City employed six pitchers with starter John Camarillo tagged with the loss. R H E San FelipeOOO 515 4-15 16 1 Crystal C.003 000 0- 362 San Felipe Lomas 2b Moncibais c Benson 3b Flores ss Garcia cf Felan p Bestrf Guzman If Hernandez ph Blanks Ib Urby ph Fay ph TOTALS Crystal City Leonard ss Torres c Alcorta 2b Hill If Gal legos rf Martinez cf Sramek 3b-p Galvan Ib-p Rodriguez p-11 Camarillo p Saucedo p Guerrero p TOTALS ab 4 5 5 5 5 3 3 1 1 3 0 1 36 ab 3 2 3 3 2 3 3 0 2 2 1 1 25 r 2 1 4 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 15 r 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 h 2 0 3 2 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 16 h 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 bi 2 1 1 4 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 15 bi 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Cub Scouts Hold Pinewood Derby Wandering Wildcats So your hubby is the baseball coach and he's engaged in master-minding his team in a 7:30 p.m. baseball game in a nearby site about 70 miles from the home hearth. Nothing abnormal about that since here in the great Lone Star State high school athletic teams travel far and wide and never cross the state line. But how's about when ol' Pappy ain't returned home while the Westclock bends itself for the 3 a.m. stretch? Mama is bound to get a wee twitchy. Such was the case when Coach Bob Denison took his Del Rio High School team to Uvalde Friday night for a ball game in West Zorie 14-AAA competition. Said contest turned marathonic and dwelt 16 innings before the Honey Capital Coyotes snuck home the winning tally around 12:15 a.m. Saturday. Mrs. Denison put in calls to the sheriffs office and the Texas Department of Public Safety long after she figgered the game should have been completed and her man home. Her thoughts prompted her to wonder if ye olde bus broke down along Highway 90 East but like she told us Satiddy, "I had no idea that the game would last nearly five hours. I've decided to go along on the next road trip and am sorry I missed such a tension-packed ball game. Of course, it would have been much better had we won." Sotelo Swinging Ceasar Sotelo, half of the Wildcats veteran pitching corps with Jerry Lee, produced some fine hurling efforts this past week. Against San Felipe on Tuesday he went six scoreless innings and added 13 at Uvalde Friday in giving up just three runs in 21 frames. If he and Lee continue during the Del Rio second orbit around the West Zone the Cats could be scratching at the playoff door before it is all over this season. Herd Hustling We can't count out the San Felipe Mustangs either since the Herd hammered out its big blast over Crystal City Friday. Give David Moncibais, Waldy Felan and Wayne Benson enough rope and the Herd may just hang the rest of the Western division opposition yet this spring. San Felipe solved the problem of problems at Crystal by bombing the Javelins into submission with a 15-3 meek-maker. The Mustangs now have eyes on the Coyotes Tuesday at Uvalde and need a repeat win over 'the Honey Capitalists to hang up there in the leader's area. A Herd win and a Jav josting of Kerrville would further knot the top with three, teams at 3-2. That's 30. Cub Scout Pack 206 held the Pinewood Derby Saturday afternoon in East Side Elementary School Cafeteria. Scott Harrell entered the grand champion with Curtis Cannon showing the car with the best paint job, Terry Jermalajves, best design and David Schuler, best all around. Second to the grand champion car was that entered by Danny Hinkle with Terry Jermalajevs third. Webelos winners were Terry Jermalajevs, first, Tom Crosby, second and Fred Caldwell, third. Judges. were William DeVinney, Clouis Hansen and Homer Smith. In Den One, winners were David Vela, first; Scott Jones, second and Preciliano Delgado Jr., third; Den Two, in orderr~ were Danny Hinkle, Randy Graham and Kevin Brown; Den Three, Scott Harrell, Aaron File and Petey Fite; Den Four, Jay Koog, Robert Hester and Johnny Phillips; Den Five, Richard Smith, Billy Stevens and W.T. Anderson. Gene Brown is the den chief. 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