Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 4, 1974 · Page 6
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Knight Problem: Pitching By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Pitching is the big question mark as Kuemper's baseball learn opens its season tonight at 8 p.m. against Aurelia at Carroll Stadium. "Our whole season will depend on how our pitching staff comes around." said Knight coach Lou Galetich. whose club went 15-10 a year ago. Two pitchers — lefthander Dean Heisterkamp and righthander Steve Garbier — have decided to pass up their final year of competition. A year ago. Heisterkamp was the club's top pitcher in wins with six. led in strikeouts with 65 and led in innings pitched with 56 and two-thirds. His earned run average was a good 2.09. Garbier, on the other hand, was only 2-3. but gave up only seven earned runs in 32 innings worked. His earned run average was a sparkling Times Herald, Carroll, la. jr Tuesday, June 4, 1974 O 1.52 to lead the staff. This year's staff consists of veterans Alan Kohorst and Mike Gute and newcomer Tom Nurse, all righthanders. Kohorst was 4-2 on the varsity a year ago with 2.33 earned run average and was 4-2 on the junior varsity team. Gute worked only four innings on the varsity last year, allowing no runs in four innings, but was 5-0 on a 12-4 j v squad with an outstanding earned run mark of 0.26. Kuemper's strong point is the infield where everyone returns and an outfield where two of three starters are back. ''We are basically experienced at every position." remarked Galetich. "We have infielders who can play almost anywhere and our outfield is a good one speed-wise." Third baseman Phil Baldus 10-Run Inning Sparks Tigers, 12-2 Carroll sent 17 men to the plate in the third inning and erupted for 10 runs and went on to a 12-2 victory over Manning here Monday night at Carroll Stadium in a game called after 4Vb innings because of the 10-run rule. The Bulldogs' starting pitcher Brian Lage had retired the first six batters he faced as his teammates had built up a 2-0 lead going into the bottom of inning No. 3. But the Tigers exploded as Todd Pettitt led off with an infield single and went to second on a wild throw to first. Catcher Larry Bock walked then leadoff hitter Todd Buck sacrificed Pettitt and Bock to second and third. A walk to Lonnie Lehrkamp loaded the bases then Ted Nam walked to force in the first Carroll run. Pete Marz then stroked a single to right center that got through the right fielder's leg. allowing three runs to score, making it 4-2 Tigers. Eric Siemer continued his hot bat as he has now hit safely in all three games by singling home Marz to make it 5-2. Carroll loaded the bases again on walks to Jeff Petersen and Pettitt then Brock greeting reliever Gary Graner with a two-run single down the right field line to make it 7-2. Pettitt scored on a pass ball moments later to make it 8-2 and Kirk Wenck put the finishing touches on the big inning by delivering a two-run single to make it 10-2. Carroll got its final two runs in the fourth as Petersen scored on a wild pitch and Pettitt scoring on a bloop single to center by reserve Tom Reiter. For the second straight game, Marz was superb on the mound for the Tigers as he allowed just three hits, two to Keith Stribe, while striking out 13 and walking only two. Marz now in 10 innings this year has not allowed an earned run and has fanned 23 batters. Manning got its first run in the opening frame as Jim Mohr reached base on an error, went to second on a pass ball and scored on a single to left by Graner. Their second run came in the third inning as Jim Karsten walked and came around on a single by Stribe that got through the legs of center fielder Buck. The Tigers, now 1-2 on the young season, travel to Denison for a game Wednesday night at 8 p.m. Box Score: Manning Karsten, 2B Stribe, CF Mohr, C Graner, SS-P Wiese, LF Rowedder. IB Reinke, 3B Hinners, RF Lage.P AB R H BI 2 3 3 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Potthoff . SS-P Totals Carroll Buck, CF Reiman.CF Lehrkamp, 2B Peterson, 2B Nam, 3B Marz, P Siemer. RF Beyer, PR Petersen, IB Pettitt, SS Bock, C Wenck, LF Reiter, LF Totals Innings: Manning Carroll 1 0 19 2 AB R H 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 3 1 0 0 2 2 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 20 12 101 0 0 3 1 BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 8 7 00-2 0010 2X-12 E-Manning 4, Carroll 1. LOB— Manning 4 , Carroll 4. Pitching Summary: II'..H..R..ER..BB..SO Lage(LP) 2.2 4 8 4 4 3 Graner 02201 0 Potthoff 1.1 2 2 2 2 0 Marz(WP) 5 3 2 0 2 13 heads the returning infielders. He batted .314 last year and was second in the club in RBIs with 12. Jeff Hunter, the second baseman last year, was a .254 hitter and led the team in runs batted in with 13 and homers with two. The other returning veterans are shortstop Gute and first baseman John Heithoff. The catcher will be Joe Roetker, who played sparingly a year ago, but who figures prominently in Galetich's plans this season. The outfielders are Larry McClellan, Russ Rupiper, Mark Hermsen and Nurse. With the return of much experience, Galetich thinks his club will be better offensively. "We should be a good offensive club, hitting-wise. We should better last year's average of .263." Schedule: June 4—Aurelia, Home June 7—Perry, Home June 10—Lake City, Away June 11—Fort Dodge, Away June 14—Jefferson, Home June 17—Carroll, Away June 18—St. Edmond, Away June 20-23—Lewis Central Tournament June 24—Lake City, Home June 26—Denison, Home June 28—Jefferson, Away June 29—Perry, Away July 1—Carroll. 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No Down Payment Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East Boston Milwaukee Baltimore Cleveland New York Detroit W 27 24 24 24 25 23 L 23 22 25 25 27 25 Pet. .540 .522 .490 .490 .481 .479 GB 2' 2' 1 2 >2 3 3 West Oakland Kansas City Texas Chicago California Minnesota 29 25 25 22 24 21 21 25 25 23 27 25 .580 .500 .500 .489 .471 .457 4' 5' 4 4 '2 •2 6 N Wednesday's Games Kansas City at Baltimore, Texas at Cleveland, N Oakland at Detroit, N California at Milwaukee, N Boston at Minnesota, N New York at Chicago, N National League East Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal Chicago New York Pittsburgh W 28 26 21 19 21 18 L 23 22 21 26 29 28 Pet. .549 .542 .500 .422 .420 .391 GB — '2 24 6 64 7' 2 West Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego 37 29 27 27 27 18 15 20 24 25 27 38 .712 .592 .529 .519 .500 .321 — G'.i! 9>2 10 11 21 N Wednesday's Games St. Louis at San Francisco Atlanta at Philadelphia, N Montreal at Houston, N Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, f Chicago at San Diego, N Only games scheduled Mound Staff, Vets -Staff Photos Kuemper hopes to open its baseball season tonight at 8 p.m. at home against a tough Aurelia club. In the top photo are three pitchers and a catcher coach Lou Galetich is counting on for the season. From left, veteran pitchers Alan Kohorst and Mike Gute and newcomer Tom Nurse and catcher Joe Roetker. In bottom photo, are three other veterans returning. They are from left. Phil Baldus, John Heithoff and Mark Hermsen. At far right is Galetich. Missing from picture is Jeff Hunter, a regular second baseman a year ago. Sports Glances Rierson New ISU Coach AMES — Clair Rierson was named Iowa State University's new baseball coach today replacing Cap Timm. For the past several years, Rierson has served as an assistant under Timm. LL Results The Cardinals came from a 4-0 first inning deficit and went on to pound the Braves, 14-9, in Major Little League play Monday night. The Cardinals, coached by Dale Hanson and Harry Rotert, are now 7-0 on the year and 25-0 over the past three seasons. Leading the way in the victory Monday were Mike Brincks and Jerry Tegels who had triples and pitcher Dave Gute who added a double. • Losing pitcher Ken Knight socked a two-run homer and a single for the Braves, now 5-2 for the season. The Yanks took over sole possession of second-place at 6-1, just one game back of the Cardinals, by blanking the Dodgers, 1-0, on the two hit pitching of Cork Masching. John Bernholtz led the winning Yanks with a single. The Orioles ran their record to 4-3 as they whipped the Mets, 12-8, as Jerry Wiedemeier had a double and a single for the winners. Duane Vanderheiden collected a triple and Craig Augustus and Steve Nurse doubles for the Mets, now 2-5. In another game, the Athletics overpowered the winless Cubs, 15-1, as Ron Bellinghausen smacked a two-run homer and Keith Peterson starred in the field. In games tonight, the Whales meet the Batmen at 5:30; the Hampsters take on the Jaycees at 6:30; the Protectors face Paige and Wandel at 6:30 and the Bankers tangle with Kanne Mobil at 6:30. OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. flPPLIflnCE CEflTER Carroll Phone 792-2525-lake City Phone 464-3281 The Pipers-Sernetts game has been postponed until Thursday night at 6:30. Fund Drive The Carroll Little League Fund Drive will be Tuesday. June llth, to raise money possibly for all-star uniforms, according to Commissioner Bob Beeson. Also, the fund drive is to help pay the cost of hats, t-shirts and other equipment which has gone up in price that wasn't included in the registration fee. Coaches Golf The Iowa Football Coaches Association held their annual golf tournament at the Carroll Country Club Monday. In the basketball division. Earl Robinson fired a 79 for low gross, while Ron Mueller shot a 69 for low net. Second in low net play was Lake City's Jim Knauss with a 71. In football, Charlie Lyle, an assistant for Earle Bruce at Iowa State, fired a 74 for low gross, while Bill Taylor shot a 70 for low net. In the administrators division, low gross honors went to Dick Textor with an 81 and low net to Jim March with a 72. In other sports class, Keith Chapman of Glidden-Ralston and Tom McLaughlin shared top honors in gross play with 80s, while LeRoy Wanderly had a 72 for low net. And in the guests division, Harley Lewiston, John Thomas and Bill Tryon shot 78s for top honors in gross play, while Wendell Frette carded a 70 for low net. Bubbles to Play Mr. Bubbles of Cedar Rapids, one of the outstanding 16 inch slow pitch Softball teams in the state, will play six games this Saturday and Sunday at Memorial Park in Breda. On Saturday, they will meet the Roselle Stars at 1 p.m.; the Carroll Merchants at 2 p.m.; Roselle Trio Tavern at 7 p.m. and the Breda Zekers at 8 p.m. On Sunday, the Cedar Rapids team will face the Templeton Juveniles at 1 p.m. and the Zekers once' again at 2 p.m. Try-Out Camp The Eighth Annual Major League Baseball Try-Out Camp will be held Friday, June 21st, at Ida Grove. The camp is open to boys from ages 16 to 22 and will start at 9 a.m. on the Godbersen Field. Anyone interested in participating should contact the Major League Baseball Camp at 216 Main in Ida Grove. Registration must be completed by June 15. Slow Pitch Ron Woerdehoff and Ed Rohner slammed three-run homers as the Breda Zekers routed Lanesboro, 13-3, in Northern League play of 16 inch slow pitch Monday night. Doug Polking was the winning hurler, while Dick Subbert took the defeat. In one other game, Ralston downed Glidden No. 1,5-4. Little League Standings Majors W..L. Cardinals Yanks Braves Orioles Athletics Mets Dodgers Cubs 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Bowling j Points ^ Hits and Misses League Team Standings The Hot Doas llardee's .............. ............... ' 4 Seasons .............................. 5' z The Doggies ............................ 5 MD's .................................. 4 Wenck Feeds .......................... 2 1 j Boozers ................................ 2 Unknowns .............................. 0 High Ind. Single GameWomen: Laura Cattermole ...................... 174 Connie Simons .......................... 152 Mickey Carver ........................ 151 Men: Steve Quandt .......................... 224 Bruce Pettitt .......................... 213 Bruce Pettitl .......................... 211 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Mickey Carver ........................ 398 Laura Cattermole ...................... 391 Connie Simons .......................... 3*5 Men: Bruce Peltitt .......................... 5* 9 Steve Quandt .......................... 535 Lornic Topp ............................ 508 High Team Single Game— The Hot Dogs .......................... «« The Doggies ............................ »»• The Hot Dogs .......................... 576 High Team Three Games- The Hot Dogs .......................... «» Doggies ................................ jo34 Wenck Feeds .......................... JS» •1 Seasons .............................. I 562

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