Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 12, 1974 · Page 12
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Dodgers Trim Knights, 6-2 FORT DODGE — Fort Dodge came up with four runs in the third inning and added two more in the fourth and downed Kuemper, 6-2, here Tuesday night in a game that was played in one hour and 12 minutes. The victory lifted the Dodgers to 3-1, their lone loss coming to Prairie of Cowrie, while the Knights fell to 1-2, heading into a Midwest Conference game Friday night at home against Jefferson. Dave Hanson was superb on the mound for the Dodgers as he allowed just four hits and struck out nine in raising his season record to 3-0. He also contributed a big bat by singling twice and scoring once. Kuemper starting pitcher Alan Kohorst got Randy Kolbe to fly out to start the third, but then Kelly Warren walked and JHanson singled to put runners Carroll Daily Times Herald at first and third. The next batter, Dan Shupe, then reached base on a fielder's choice as Warren was out trying to score from third. With two out, Steve Davis singled to load the bases. Then Kim Gullickson singled home the first two runs of the night. After Joel Shipman reached 1 on an error, Neil Bartholow singled home two more runs to make it 4-0. The Dodgers padded their lead to 6-0 in the next frame as Kolbe slammed a solo homer over the right field fence for the fifth run. Their final run came home as Warren walked, Hanson singled and a fielder's choice by Shupe that allowed Warren to score. The Knights got their lone Wednesday, June 12, 1974 runs in the fifth as Joe Roetker and Larry McLellan singled to open the inning. Both moved up a base on a wild pitch. Then with Jeff Hunter batting, Roetker tried to score on a ground ball, but was thrown out at the plate. After John Heithoff fanned. Kohorst was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Then Tim Roetker, who has had a hot bat lately, singled home McLellan and Hunter. The Knights' only other scoring threat was in the seventh as Mark Hermsen singled and Heithoff was hit by a pitch with two out. But Hanson got Tim Roetker to ground out to end the game. Box Score: Kuemper Page 13 AB R H BI Roetker, T.,3B 4 0 1 2 Rupiper, LF 3 0 0 0 Gute.SS 2 0 0 0 Nurse, RF 3 0 0 0 Roetker, J..C 3 0 1 0 McLellan, CF 3 1 1 0 Hunter, 2B 3 1 0 0 Heithoff, IB 2 000 Kohorst, P 1 0 0 0 Hermsen, P 1 0 1 0 Totals 25 2 4 2 Fort Dodge AB R H BI Shupe, IB 3 1 0 0 Davis, 2B 3 1 1 1 Gullickson, SS 3 1 1 2 Shipman, C 3 0 0 0 Bartholow, RF 2 0 1 2 Macek.SS 3 0 0 0 Kolbe, LF 3 1 1 1 Warren, CF 1 1 0 0 Hanson, P 3 1 2 Totals 24 6 6 4 Innings: Kuemper 000 020 0-2 Fort Dodge 004 200 x-6 E—Kuemper 3, Fort Dodge 0. LOB—Kuemper 6, Fort Dodge 4. HR-Kolbe, Fort Dodge. DP—Kuemper 2. Pitching Summary; IP. H..R..ERBB SO Kohorst (LP) 466420 Hermsen 200010 Hanson (WP) 742219 More Sports on Page 14 Traded The Baltimore Colts traded defensive end Roy Hilton to the New York Giants for running back Joe Orduna and a future draft choice. 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DINETTE LYSOL Cleaner & Disinfectant Reg. $268.00 3 ONLY A Great Bu> Reg. $1.10 66 RECLINER *79 00 Reg. $109.95 FREE Delivery Just In Time For Father's Pqj Hefty Swing by Greg -Staff Photo Here's a close-up view of. Greg Gute. son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gute of Carroll, who takes hefty swing at ball in Tuesday's T- Ball League. Greg's team, the Indians, downed the Pirates, 25-20. Sports Glances LL Results Todd Pettitt fired a one-hitter and struck out 14 and Randy Heller collected two hits as the Knights of Columbus blanked Kiwanis, 4-0, in Senior League play Tuesday night to run their record to 5-0. Pettitt, who has now fanned 46 batters in 19 innings, allowed only a clean single to Scott Neppl in the sixth inning. Uptown remained in second-place at 4-1 by downing the Elks, 5-1, behind the pitching of Brad Edwards who ran his record to 3-0. Jeff Kruse tripled for the losers. In one other Senior League game, the Legion topped Grouse, 6-5, as Jim Collison slammed a two-run double in the bottom of the eighth to win the game. Terry Ruchti had a two-run double for Grouse. In Minor League play, Sernetts remained unbeaten Little League Standings Seniors W. L. KC's 5 0 Uptown 4 1 Legion.. 2 3 Elks 2 4 Kiwanis 1 3 Grouse 1 4 f Majors W. L. : ;* Yanks 8 1' *•• Cards :.8 1 > Braves 6 3 X; Orioles 6 3 , Athletics 4 5 \Mets 2 7 \ : Dodgers 2 7 Cubs 2 7 -J Minors A- w - L " Protectors !...5 0 t Sernetts 5 0 < Pipers 4 1 ; Whales 3 2 v Batmen 3 2 , ^ Kanne 2 3 ' ^Hampsters 2 3 \ Paige, Wandel 1 4 . s i Bankers 0 5 ^ Jaycees 0 5 ^ ,: T-Ball w , S N TT. Ij. 0 ^ Bears 3 0 '«! Indians 2 1 .^ ~, Pirates 1 2 ^ 0 3 with a 13-5 triumph over the Bankers. ( Chris Wilkens, Rob Thielen and Randy Hoffman all had hits for Sernetts, now 5-0. The Protectors upped their mark to 5-0 by whipping the Hampsters, 10-3, as Jim Erickson slammed two homers and Doug Wiederin one for the winners. Teammate Leon Neppel added a double. The Whales got past Paige and Wandel, 17-15, despite Keith Janning's second grand slam of the year for the losers. The Pipers romped by the Jaycees, 11-1, as Dick Wittry had two doubles and Scott Biller and Brian Haverman one each for the winners. In one other game, the Batmen downed Kanne Mobil, 15-4. In T-Ball play, Dan Dreesen smacked two homers and a double as the Bears made it three in a row, beating the Elks, 27-21. And Jeff Helmkamp tripled and doubled to lead the Indians past the Pirates, 25-20. Merchants Win Dan Nurse, Dan Schmitz and Bruce Pettitt each banged out two hits as the Carroll Merchants downed the Carroll Royals, 5-2, Tuesday night. Consecutive hits by Nurse, Schmitz, Randy Bierl and Pettitt in the seventh broke a 2-2 tie. The winning pitcher was Ken Stickrod, while Harry Rotert took the loss. The Merchants are now 5-0 in league play, while the Royals are now 4-1 as Jim Short tripled and Terry Kasperbauer doubled for the losers. Means Wins Pair Carroll Means downed Little Gus' of Maple River, 3-2 and 3-0, Tuesday night as Jim Odendahl got the victories. Dan Owens got the loss in the opener and Harold Sibenaller in the nightcap. Bill Snyder collected four hits and Tom Sporrer and Dave Williams three each for the Means in the opener. Standard Wins 2 Breda Standard whipped the Coon Rapids Demons, 12-5, and 4-1, in slow pitch at Breda Tuesday night. Wilbur Stork pitched both victories,' while Joe Wellendorf took the defeats. Farmland Triumphs Farmland edged Mount Carmel, 4-3, at Mount Carmel as Denny Jacoby singled home Denny Wulkow with the winning run. Earlier winning pitcher Lynn Schapman had scored the tying run for the Hamrhers. Keggers Win The Carroll Keggers nipped Western Inn of Carroll, 2-1, in slow pitch Tuesday night. Dedham Bows Mel's of Halbur whipped Dedham Eastside, 6-1, Tuesday night as Glen Riesselman picked up the win and Bobby Hoffman took the loss. Dave Schultes homered for Dedham's only run. Main Tap Wins Main Tap defeated the Carroll A's, 5-3, Tuesday night as Pat Malloy got the win and Bill Bernholtz took the loss. WFLonWOI WOI-TV in Ames will televise eight World Football . League games beginning July llth with the New York at Jacksonville game. As of now, 78 per cent of the country will be watching the new league play. Big Bonus Bill Almon, the Brown University junior who was the first player selected in last week's pro baseball draft, has signed with the San Diego Padres for what the National League team called "a substantial bonus." ELKS CLUB STAG NITE Thursday June 13 Meeting night. Chicken of Steaks to order plus our Salad Bar. Serving from 7:00 to 9:30. 0

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