The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on April 29, 1970 · Page 8
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Ml lltAfOaj^Tr ACT*. Fmyart, TMM, Wc*ies4ay, April »,l»7», Sccllwil, Pafet FISHING at-a-glance 9UIIF9IDE —. I haven't seen anyone catching anything around here, says Johnny Mikeska of Fisherman's Wharf, Then were about six fishermen out on the pier yesterday, but nothing was reported caught. The water was rough nnd choppy this morning and the wind was blowing about 20-miles per hour. which is ten than it has been. CULT — They want to go out and fish, but It's just to windy and choppy out there, reports Floyd Harris of Bridge Harbor Marina. Harris says it looks bad again today, although the water looks like it is in good shape. There were low tides this morning, but they were creeping up. Harris is looking for a pretty good weekend if everything goes right and the weather gives them half a chance. QUINTANA — It's rough and muddy out this morning, is the way Elmer Slough of Quintana Bait Camp described the situation this morning. A few gafftop, croker and a flounder were reported caught yesterday. There is plenty of live bait available. SAN BERNARD — The river is improving and the wind is beginning to die down a little, says Mrs. George Dictz of Bullington's Bait Camp. One fisherman reported that he was catching trout off the pier and the water was just right for fishing in that area. There is bait available. BASTROP BAYOU — One boat went out yesterday and brought back a tremendous string of trout from the Oyster Lake area, according to Mrs. Bill Burch of Two-Js Fishing Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Levy were at it again, catching seven-nice trout yesterday. The water looked fine this morning. Mrs. Burch said. There is plenty of bait available. TIDES — See tide schedule, page 1. Giants nip Braves LAKE JACKSON — Doug Kirk drove in the winning run in the bottom of the sixth to break up a brilliant pitcher's duel and give the Giants a 2-1 victory over the Braves in an opening-round National league game Monday. Giant hurler Sean Sullivan pitched a one-hitter and struck out 10 batters to earn the victory, while Steve Pennington pitched outstanding baseball for the losers. Pennington struck out 1). Mark Pettit, Robin Oakes, Doug Kirk and Sean Sullivan led the hitting attack for the winning Giants, while George Klumb was the hitting punch for the Braves. Yanks, Indians tie CLUTE — The Yankees and the Indians battled to a 2-2 tie in their major league exhibition game Saturday. Indian pitcher Charles Lowe didn't allow any hits in his four ^innings. vw t Lowe got the big hit for the , .Indians, a double. Rebels clout Giants BRAZORIA — The Rebels climbed past the Colts, 134. in a Friday ball game. Eddie Badders burled the victory for the Rebels and also came up with a home run as a hitter. Howard Jordan and Carl Roberts were the other hitters for the winners. David Logsdon suffered the lots for the losers, who were led by Marvin Flannel, Duerk Reimer, Tracy Caleote and Earl Ward in hitting. Miner teafue results CLUTE — The Panthers edged the Cubs, 7-6, the Buffs bested the Tigers, 18-0, the Cubs edged the Hawks, 7-6, and the Eagles stopped the Lions, 12-6, in four minor league exhibition games Saturday. Incomplete results were presented concerning leading hitters, etc. Giants staj lions BRAZORIA — The Giants roared past the Lions, 8-2, in a Friday coolest. Randy Harang hurled the victory /or the Giants, while Don Wasek suffered the setback. Harang. Paul Guilbeaux, Trey Rigg* and Kelly Ray Carlton led the offensive rampage for the winners, while Edward Frankum, Keith ftfaroul and Don Wasek did most of the damage for the Lions. lues edfi Giants CLUTE — The Pirates •ipped the Giants, 4-3, in a Saturday major league exhibition game. Mark McCoUum was the winning pitcher while Bobby Skinner was charged with the Giants loss. Robert Spinks and Mark McCoUum led the Pirate attack at the plate. 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Dudley Ray and Mark Alexander led the Cards at the plate and Toussant and Mike Elkins were the big sticks for the losers. Astros drain Oilers LAKE JACKSON — Gordon Gates got credit for the mound win as the Astros drained the Oilers, 13-2, in a National league match Tuesday. Rhett Everett was charged with the Oilers' loss. Gates also got two hits for the Astros while Daryl Daver and Barry Dosser added one each. Everett and Derek Sills each got a hit for the Oilers. Jets jolt Comanches LAKE JACKSON — The Jets jolted the Comanches, 194, in a Tuesday Texas League game. James Carroll was the winning hurler and David Bernardon was charged with the loss. Mark Daniels, Pat Donahoe, George Bozalis and James Carroll were the leading hitters for the victors while Joe McGinnis led the losers at the plate. Sports nip Missions LAKE JACKSON — The Sports opened their American league campaign on the right note, edging the Missions, 7-€, Tuesday. 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