Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 25, 1971 · Page 11
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12A-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Sunday. April 25, 1971 Comet and Crew Qualify for State N-H sports Wildcats Drop 16-lnning Gem Whiz Kids Set In Three Events CORPUS CHRISTI—Dennis Rowland, the Queen City Comet, came off of a late start and experienced his first first-place loss in two years in the 100-yard dash here Saturday night. The Comet made up ground in his dash to the wire but lacked two inches of lapping front-running Louis Brown of Sinton. Brown was clocked in 9.6 and Rowland was given 9.7 as both qualified for the coveted century field at state. Gerald Land, Rowland's teammate on the Wildcat century soloists, placed third. The Comet, off to a fine start in the 220-yard dash, breezed home in 22 seconds flat. 5/10ths seconds ahead of Sinton's Joe Tijerina and 6/10ths of a second in front of Land. Del Rio's sprint relay team of Rowland, Land, Albert Garcia and Tommy Ratliff, combined for a breezy win in 42.4. The Cuero Gobblers were second, seven or eight yards Scoreboard College Baseball Hardln-Simmons 8-3, Pan American 6-13 Baylor 6, Texas Tech 5 (11 innings) LamarTech4-3,UT-Arlington 3-2 Texas 12, Rice 4 Texas Christian 8, Texas A&M 7 (10 innings) Houston 9-9, Air Force 1-6 College Tennis Trinity 8, Corpus Christ! 1 Saturday's Pro Hockey By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NHL Playffs Montreal 6, Minnesota 3; Montreal leads best-of-7 semifinal 2-1. Sunday's Games Montreal at Minnesota Chicago at New York, afternoon, national TV. New York leads best-of-7 series, 2-1. behind in 43.1. Sinton took third in 43.2. For the whizzing Wildcats Ratliff ran the lead leg and Garcia followed with both Del Rio dashmen holding their own. Land, running the No. 3 spot gave the Queen City crew a little night light and Rowland, as anchorman, rolled to the wire adding • a little breathing room over the Cuero threat. John Spears, Del Rio's lone field event at the Regional IV meet, took seventh with a long jump of 20'4". The Queen City mini-squad of five contestants piled up 50 points to rate the runnerup team spot behind strong and deep Sinton with 85. Belton, also with a host of qualified personnel was third with 40, nipping Taylor by a lone point. Rowland's defeat in the century set up a return match with his Sinton rival Brown for next weekend at the same stadium. One of the four "Little State" meets will be held in Buccaneer Stadium next Saturday where the competition includes state qualified trackmen from all four Classes. Similar pre-State meets will be held next weekend at Houston, Lubbock and Dallas. Del Rio's veteran track coach Walter Levermann told the News-Herald late Saturday night that "We qualified in the three events we expected to and although Rowland was extremely disappointed in not winning the 100-yard dash he has two more chances. It was just one of those unfortunate things. Dennis got a rather slow start and ran out of running room at the tape. Over-all I think the boys did real well." Rowland's two "other chances" will come next weekend in the "Little State" and a week later in the real State Meet. The Wildcats spent • the night in Corpus and will arrive back in Del sometime today: UVALDE—Fans who braved the late night hours and remained on the scene,-albeit edgy, to view -the District 14-AAA West Zone baseball contest at Uvalde between the host Coyotes and the visiting 'Del Rio Wildcats are still talking about the conversation piece that went 16 innings. The topics of conversation were two bits of extraordinary conservation turned in by relief pitchers Mike Dishman for Uvalde and Ceasar Sotelo for Del Rio. The Coyotes won the 4 hour and 45 minute high school diamond gem 6-5 in the. bottom of the 16th inning on a daring delayed dash by leadoff man Oscar Mireles. The Uvalde catcher opened the 16th stanza with a three-base hit and came home on Jay Harpole's sacrifice on a unique bit of base running. Harpole's grounder was fielded deanly by Del Rio second baseman Jorge Mas who faked the runner at third before wheeling to make a throw to first. As Mas made his pivot Mireles broke for the plate and slid in under Mas' change-of-direction throw. Sotelo, coming on in relief of starter Jerry Lee pitched 12 scoreless innings before his ill-fated 13th. The burly right-hander faced 43 batters before Mireles manipulated his delayed steal and gave up only four hits and the lone run. Dishman came on in relief of starter Gary Ferguson in the fifth frame and went 12 scoreless Innings to pick up the victory on six scattered hits to earn for the Coyotes a share of the Western zone lead with Kerrville who was idle Friday. Del Rio coach Bob Denlson started Jerry Lee, the Wildcats other veteran pitcher. Lee had a slight problem with his control but.allowed only two earned runs in his stint. He moved out to first base when Sotelo came in and was given a base on balls four times with teammates on the paths. Lee and the Del Rio defense sparked by Jorge Mas and Turi Ramirez at second and short and Mario Hernandez, the catcher, kept the Cats in the ball game right up until early Saturday morning. Brilliant defensive tactics by the Coyotes also kept the game going when Del Rio left runners stranded time after time in the extra innings. The Wildcats made up a 5-0 deficit in the top of the seventh inning to send the contest into overtimeA In that, final frame Mike McDonald worked Dishman for a walk and Mario Hernandez singled. Lee walked and Sotelo .was safe on a force out. With twb outs, Ramirez got his precious single and promptly stole second and third. Ramirez tied up the game at 5-alI when he darted home safely on a passed ball but Rob Henderson was out at third base on attempted theft after successfully stealing second TOd third. The followed nine innings and Uvalde's game winning run by Mirelez in the 16th. Bob Foster Scores Unanimous Decison SATURDAY NIGHT LEADER-This 29-lb. yellow catfish was the late Saturday night leader in its division of the Open Fish with'Minnows contest being held by a co-op of local bait stands. John Bates and N.D. Mclntyre of Midland, visiting Amistad Lake on a bass fishing trip set out a bank line Saturday baited with a Del Rio minnow. Less than an hour later the Midland fishermen ran the line and harvested the fine catfish. The contest will close at 6 p.m. today and awards prizes for catfish, white and black bass and crappie. (Photo Courtesy Fisherman's Headquarters) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Astros Tripped, 3-2 Rio Tracksters Miss at Regional BRENHAM-The Brackettville Tiger thinclads failed to qualify any of its five contestants for the upcoming Texas State finals in Saturday's Region IV meet. Mario Jaso came close running a 51.1 quarter-mile heat but was beaten but of the runnerup spot. Joe Rose finished fifth in the intermediate hurdles with 42.1 and Gilbert Castro ran out in the mile with 4:57. The Tiger mile relay unit of Jaso, Rose, Grover Neuman and Ricky" Goodloe was seventh in posting its best mark of the season with 3:36. Baseball Standings (Through Friday) National League East Division Major League Standings American League W. L. Pet. GB Montreal 6 4 .600 Ms St. Louis 10 7 .588 — New York 7 5 .583 % Pittsburgh 9 7 .563 Vfe Philadelphia 5 8 .385 3 Chicago 511 .313 4Vfe West Division San Francisco 13 4 .765 T- Atlanta 8 6 .571 3Mz Houston 9 '8 .529 4 Los Angeles 9 8 .529 4 Cincinnati 4 9 .308 7 San Diego 3 11 .214 8Vfe Friday's Results Montreal 3, Houston 2 New York 7, Chicago 6, 12 innings Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 6 Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 0 San Francisco 2, Pittsburgh 0 San Diego at Atlanta, .postponed, rain Saturday's Games Montreal 3, Houston 2 Los Angeles 5, Cincinnati 4 San Francisco 3. Pittsburgh 0 Chicago 7, New York 5 San Diego 3, Atlanta 2 St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 0 Sunday's Games >N . National League San Francisco (Marichal 3-1) at -Pittsburgh (Brites 1-1) New York (McAndrew 0-0) at Chicago (Jenkins 2-2) / Philadelphia(Short 1-3) at St. Louis (Cleveland 1-2) Montreal (Stoneman 1-1) at Houston (Billingham 2-0) San Diego (Kirby 0-2 and Roberts 0-2 or/Santorini 0-0) at Atlanta (Stone 0-0 and Niekro 11), 2 Los Angeles (Singer 1-4 and Downing 2-0) at Cincinnati (Gullett lr(i and Wiicox 0-0), 2. East W L Pet. GB Baltimore 9 4 .692 — Boston 9 6 .600 1 Washington 8 7 .533 2 New York 6 9 .400 4 Detroit 6 9 .400 4 Cleveland 5 9 .357 4 1 /? West Oakland 14 5 .737 — California 8 8 .500 4 1 /? Milwaukee 7 7 .500 $/ 2 Kansas City 8 9 .471 5 Minnesota 7 9 .438 5V 2 Chicago 6 11 .353 7 ' Friday's Results Baltimore 8, California 2 Kansas City 5, Cleveland 2 Oakland 9, Detroit 2 Boston 7, Chicago 1 New York 7, Minnesota 3 Milwaukee 4, Washington 0 Saturday's Games Baltimore (Cuellar 1-0) at California (Murphy 1-2), night. Kansas City 6, Cleveland 0 Boston 4, Chicago 2 Minnesota 11, New York 8 Oakland 5, Detroit 4 Washington 5, Milwaukee 4 Sunday's Games . Detroit (Lolich 2-2) at Oakland (Fingers 1-1) Baltimore (Palmer 2-0) at California (Maloney 0-0 or May 1-0) Cleveland (Hargan 0-2) at Kansas City (Bunker 0-1) Milwaukee (Lock wood 1-1) at Washington (Shellenback 1-J) Minnesota (Kaat 1-0) at New York (Peterson 2-1) Chicago (Forster 0-1 or Wood O.l 1 ) at Boston (Peters 2-1) HOUSTON (AP) - Ron Brand drove in the deciding run with a bases-loaded single in the ninth inning as the Montreal Expos shaded the Houston Astros 3-2 Saturday night. Brand's single, after Jim Fairey's pinch-single, an error by Houston reliever Fred Gladding and a hit batsman had filled the bases, gave the Expos a 3-1 lead in the top of the ninth. Winner Steve Renko checked the Astros on three hits until the bottom of the ninth, when Bob Watson led off with his third single. Mike Marshall then came out of the bullpen and yielded a single by Denis Menke, then .-. got Doug Rader and Cesar Ce!•:•: deno on successive force play i-:-: grounders as Watson moved $: around to score. John Edwards :f: filed out to end the game. Cubs Beat Nets CHICAGO (AP) - RSh Santo hit a two-run homer and scored three times to help the Chicago Cubs defeat the New York Mets 7-5 Saturday, despite a grand slam homer by Tommie Agee. Royals in Romp KANSAS CITY (AP) - Right-hander Mike Hedlund tossed a three-hitter for his third victory without a loss as the Kansas City Royals whipped Cleveland 6-0 Saturday. LA Nips Reds CINCINNATI (AP) - Manny Mota's run-scoring single in the ninth inning sent the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 5-1 victory over Cincinnati Saturday, extending their winning streak to five games. Bosox Rip Chisox BOSTON (AP) - George Scott rifled an eighth inning homer, breaking a tie and Billy Conigliaro added another homer as the Boston Red Sox whipped the Chicago White Sox 4-2 Saturday. . Cards Blank Phils . SI. LOUIS (AP) - Jerry' McNertney's first National League home run, a two-run < shot in thesecond inning, propelled the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-0 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies Saturday night behind the six-hit pitching of southpaw Jerry Reuss. , Giants Win PITTSBURGH (AP) - Left- hander Ron Bryant limited the Pittsburgh Pirates to three hits in pitching the San Francisco Giants to a 2-0 victory Saturday. The Giants took a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning when Dick Dietz singled off Pirate starter Bob Johnson and scored on Ken Henderson's double. Padres Victors ATLANTA (AP) - Clarence Gaston tripled in the eighth inning and scored on Ollie Brown's infield single as the San Diego Padres snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves Saturday. Nats Drop Brewers WASHINGTON (AP) Frank Howard stroked a two- out single in the ninth Inning, scoring Tim Cullen to give the Washington Senators a 5-4 vie- tory over the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday night. Twins Win NEW YORK (AP) - Harmon Killebrew's bases-loaded single drove in two runs and the Minnesota Twins added another, breaking an llth-inning tie and defeating the New York Yankees 11-8 Saturday. Aggies Upset FORT WORTH'(AP) ^ Pat Garden's bases loaded-none out single in the 10th inning drove in Roger Williams with the winning run as Texas Christian once again upset Texas A&M 8-7 Saturday. The victory completed a stunning sweep against the Aggies, who had entered the series riding a 12-game Southwest Confer ence baseball winning streak. By HUBERT MEELL Associated Press Sports Writer TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Aging Bob Foster stalked galloping Ran Anderson for 15 rounds Saturday night and scored an unanimous 15-round decision to retain one version of World lightheavyweight boxing championship. Heavyweight champion Joe Frazier shouted advice to the 26-year-old challenger, mostly "hook, Ray, please hook," but it didnt work. Foster was the aggressor in going the full 15 rounds for the first time in his career. Judge Floyd Golden scored it 145-138onthe lO-point must system, judge Bill Diaz called It 145-140 and judge Sam Kline made it a Foster sweep with a 148-139 card. Referee Lee Sala did not score the fight. Foster, who weighted 170% , improved his record to 43-5-0, but failed to score a 37th knockout. Anderson, 172Vz ,is now 336-1. Anderson, a 3-1 underdog, fired a left hook at Foster to open the first round and then became a one-man merry-go- round. Foster chased, the crowd booed and few exchanges developed until both men began to tire in the sixth round. With Anderson avoiding a conflict, the judges piled up points for the champion. The cocky Anderson shouted insults at Foster at the end of Insist ORIGIHAL EQUIPMENT VINYL ROOF To conceal Hail Damage to your Car. It costs less than straightening < INCREASE THE VALUE OF YOUR GAR $ 100. If Your Body Shop Can't Supply You With An ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT VINYL ROOF. .. SEE ' •' • '• I^ElE* « • , ,. ; . ISENHOUR SERVICE CENTER 1508 AVE. F the fifth and the referee Sala had to separate them after the bell It happened again at the end of the ninth, but Sala was able to keep order. Foster managed jack-hammer left hooks to Anderson's head when he occasionally caught his younger opponent, but the 32-year-old veteran couldn't take his man down in the nationally televised fight. Foster, of Washington, D.C., took the title from Dick Tiger in 1968 and Anderson of Akron, Ohio, is only the second contender to take him past the fourth round la six defenses. Acrowdof 4,112 paid 146,850 to see the fight at the Curtis Hixqn. Del Rio McDonald 2b Mas2b Hernandez c Lee p-lb Sotelo p Rosas If Ramirez ss Henderson rf Garcia cf Rodriguez 3b Stevens Ib Flynn If Barragan pr TOTALS Uvalde Mirelez c Harpole If Dishman 2b-p Ferguson p-2b Flores cf Sanchez ss Barrera 3b Morales rf Sobieski Ib A. Barrera ph Mariscal ph TOTALS ab 3 4 7 3 6 2 5 5 5 6 1 4 0 51 ab 2 5 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 1 4 58 r 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 r 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 h 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 8 h 1 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 bi 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 bi 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 6 DP-DR1, U1.LOBDR9, U 13. 2b-Garica, 3b-Mirelez. LP Ferguson Dishman Lee Sotelo Winner Sotelo. 420 12 4 5 355 12 4 1 Dishman, 023 5 5 15 253 137 Loser Di >000 0001 400 000 000 0-5 U 113 000 000 000 000 0-6 Diana Koch Edged In Regional Finals BRENHAM-Brackeltville High School senior Diana Koch sailed through the semi-final round he.re Friday afternoon to dispose of Diane Marek of Wallis in straight 6-0 sets to advance to the finals. In the championship match Saturday Miss Koch faced Silvia Flores of Skidmore and dropped the first set 6-3. In the second set the Tigerette tennis queen, who also holds the current title of Miss Kinney County, fashioned a strong comeback to even the match at 1-all with a 6-4 victory. But the Skidmore High School netter was not to be denied as she fought off the Southwest Texas' threat to take the match and Region IV title with a 6-4 margin. 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