IRVINC DAILY NIWS Swday, My 3, 1977 SEaiONIV YMCA Twins double up Elks, 11-3 The Twins skinned the Elks, 11-3, recently in YMCA first-' and second- ade league action. Levi y ripped out a pair of triples for the Twins, while teammates Jeff Perkins, Jimmy Lucas and Steven Warner had a thr««-bagger each. Matt Talbott and Clint Davis hit a double each. YMCA first- and s^nd- grade league action. David Ikidson, Jeff Slough, Drew Randall and Kent Wagnon hit a double each for the Panthers, while Gerald Kilian hit a two-bagger for the White Sox. Cats 19, Athletics 9 YMCA first- and second- grade league action. Kyle Kirkpatrick hit a home run for the White Sox. Darren Arterbury, Clint Parsons, Mark Milbum, Mark Mc- Qelland, Gint Mullins and Aaron Colby hit a double each for the Cats. Padres Giants 3 The Padres doubled up the Giants, 6-3, recently in YMCA first- and second- g ade league action. Gary arrifon, Glenn Harrell and Russell Stewart hit a homer each for the Padres. Tommy Scroggins hit a triple for the Giants, and Matt Jones and Jamie Wisdom hit a two-bagger each for the Giants. Stingerà IS, Giants 16 The Stingers stung the Giants, 15-10, in recent YMCA first- and sec^d-, grade league play. John Rose hit a triple for.the, Stingers, and Dale Wilson slap^ out a homer for tlM Giants. Angels 13, Chiefs 2 The Angels scalped the Chiefs, 13-2, in r«:eiit YMCA first- and second- grade league action. Jason S turdy lead the Angels at the plate with three base hits on the day. The Cats mauled the Athletics, 19-9, recently in YMCA first- and second- frade league action. Rob- )ie Campbell belted out a homer for the Athletics. Gint Parsons and Greg Corre hit a triple each for the Cats, while mates Mike McClelland and Darrin Arterbury were good for doubles. IRVING DAILY NEWS Panthers 14, White Sox 1 Cats 7, White Sox 2 Sports The Panther clawed the White Sox, 14-1, recently in Ttie Cats nabbed the White Sox, 7-2, recently in Jaguars maul Clippers Daily News Photo AUSTIN BOUND — Bobby Winstead, center, led the pack in the recent Irving Association of Insurance Agents Youth Golf Classic with a 73 over the Irving Golf Course. Greg Roberts, right, was the runner-up witi, a 77 and Ricky Bautista, not pictured, took third at 78. ^ott Harms, left, was the novice division winner for boys 14 and under with an 83. Winstead, Roberts and Bautista will now go to Austin for the state tournament with hopes of making the final five from Texas to the national tournament in California in August. Mavericks crunch Colts The Mavericks busted the Colts, 14-4, recently in Irving Girls Softball League major division ac tion. Wilette Miller had the game’s only extra-base hit for the Colts with a triple. 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Keri McFarlan slapped out a home run for the Jagurars, while teammate Liz Olivers was good for a triple and a double. Vicki Pendergrass hit a two-bagger for the Jaguars. Debbie Sapp was the winning pitcher. Oklahoma Sundevils 2, Irving Demons 1 The Falcons skinned the Comanches, 11-6, recently in IGSL major division play. Cynthia Brown The Sundevils cursed the Demons, 2-1, recently in the IGSL junior tournament. Cindy Hyser had the pme’s only extra-base rap or the Demons with a triple. Sherri Connell picked up the win as she gave up six hits. slapped out a triple for the Falcons, and teammate Linda Hudson slapped out four base hits on the day, Sharlotte Baughman rapped out a two-bagger for the Comanches. Charlene Little picks up the win for the Falcons, and Donna McDonald took the loss. Irving Sluggers 9, Ridgiea Bows 2 The Sluggers slugged the Bows, 9-2, recently in IGSL junior tournament. Joannie Christopher led the Sluggers at the plate with a pair of base hits. Trina Lyons picks up the win for the Sluggers as she pitched a no-hitter. The Blazers burned the Saints, 8-6, recently in IGSL major league play. Sandra Logan, Brenda Minchew and Paula Habacek hit a triple each for the Blazers, while Ann Tyler slapped out a three-bagger for the Saints. Logan was the winning hurler, and Cathy Vanderpool took the loss. Irving Patriots 9, Arlington Eagles 1 Hurricanes oust Yanks The Hurricanes blew over the Yankees, 7-4, recently in YMCA fifth- and sixth-grade league action. Tim Vaiciulis had the game’s only extra-base hit for the Yankees with a double. Don Wright led the Hurricanes at the plate with two hits on the afternoon. Ed Krueger was the winning pitcher, and Joe Pauletti was held responsible for the Yankee loss. Hawks 13, Raiders 4 The Hawks clawed the Raiders, 13-4, recently in YMCA fifth- and sixth- grade division action. Steven Doyle belted out a triple for the Raiders, while Ty Matkin and Brian Morse slapped out a double each for the Hawks. 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