Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 27, 1974 · Page 7
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Perry Pitcher Carstens Unbeatable in 4-0 Triumph Over Carroll PERRY — Perry righthander Rick Carstens was unbeatable here Wednesday night as he scattered four hits and fanned 20 Carroll batters in a 4-0 victory. The 6-foot 2-inch Bluejay, who recently fanned 19 in a triumph over Lake City. managed three strikeouts every inning except the first when Ted Nam was thrown out on a grounder to first baseman Kevin Mack. The Tigers' Lonnie Lehrkamp also pitched well, allowing seven hits and fanning three, but was touched for single runs in the (Sports GlancesI fourth and sixth and two runs in the fifth. Perry's first run, the only one they needed as it turned out, came as Tim Keenan singled, stole second and third and came home on a pass ball. Perry made it 3-0 In the fifth as Randy Ingalls led off with a double and scored on a two-out single to center by Jeff Thorpe. Thorpe later scored on a pass ball. The final run scored in the sixth as Jim Lenz walked and Timei Herald, Carroll, la. v Thursday, June 27, 1974 / Kevin Bailey singled. Then an infield out scored Lenz. Carroll threatened four times in the game. In the first, Todd Buck reached base on Perry's only error, went to second on a pass ball and third on a ground out, but was stranded. In the third, the Tigers got their first two hits of the game as Tom Reiter singled with one out. After Tom Reiman fanned, Buck lined a single to put runners at first and second. But Carstens then struck out Nam to end the threat. In the sixth, Nam doubled to deep left center with two out, but was left on as Eric Siemer struck out. And in the seventh, Todd Pettitt singled to start the inning. Then Lehrkamp walked, but Carstens ended things in short order with three straight strikeouts. Carroll, now 2-3 in Midwest Conference play, hosts Lake City in another league game Friday night. The Tigers' overall record is 5-6. Perry is now 4-1 in loop play and 5-6 overall. Box Score: Carroll AB R H BI Reiman, 2B 2 000 Bernholtz, PH 1 000 Buck.CF 3 0 1 0 Nam.LF 3 0 1 0 Siemer, RF 3 000 Pettitt, SS 3 0 1 0 Beyer, PR o 0 0 Lehrkamp, P 2 0 0 Bock, C 3 0 0 Petersen, IB 3 0 0 Reiter, 3B 3 0 1 Totals 26 0 4 Perry AB R H Ingalls, 2B-SS 4 1 1 Carstens, P 3 0 1 Moyer, SS-1B 2 0 0 Thorpe, 3B 3 1 1 Lapp, C 2 0 0 Keenan, CF 3 1 2 Peters, LF 1 0 0 0 Lenz, LF 0 1 0 0 0 Bailey, RF 3 020 0 Mack, IB 2 0 0 0 0 McMichael,PH....l 0 0 1 0 Totals 24 4 7 2 0 Innings: Carroll 000 000 0-0 Perry 000 121 x-4 BI E—Carroll 2, Perry 1. 0 LOB—Carroll 6, Perry 6. 0 2B-Carroll. Keenan, Ingalls, 0 Perry. 1 Pitching Summary: 0 IP H BB 90 R ER 0 Lehrkamp, (LP) 673 342 0 Carstens, (WP)..7 4 1 20 0 0 Cardinals Are Champs The Cardinals, coached by Dale Hanson and Harry Rotert, captured the Major Little League baseball championship Wednesday night with a 10-0 blanking of the Braves. The Cardinals finished the season with a 12-2 record and over the past two seasons have won 26 and lost two. The Orioles finished second, one game back at 11-3. They romped past the Mets, 19-2, as Paul Wiedemeier slammed his ninth homer of. the year, tops in the league. Bob Roetker also homered for the Orioles. The A's nipped the Cubs, 7-6, as Roger Bock tripled and Kevin Ausman doubled for the winners. And in one other game, the Dodgers dumped the Yanks, 8-5. LL Standings Major (Final) W. L. Cardinals 12 2 Orioles 11 3 Yanks 9 Braves, 8 A's 6 Mets 6 Dodgers,,.^. Cubs TT. 5 6 8 ....6 8 ....4 10 ....0 14 Senior League Games In Senior Little League games tonight, the Knights of Columbus take on Grouse Cartage on field six at 6 p.m. and Kiwanis meets Uptown in the stadium at 8 p.m. On Sunday, the Knights of Columbus will meet Uptown at 6 p.m. on field six, while Kiwanis and Legion will go against each other at 8 p.m. in the stadium. If Sunday's games are rained out, they will not be made up according to league commissioner Bob Beeson. Halbur Girls Romp The Halbur girls softball team used the long ball Wednesday night to whip the Breda Zekerettes, 18-8, in five innings at Halbur. Mary Herbers led the attack with three homers, yearn mates Jean Naberhaus andJWcki Wittrock added two and one respectively. Sandy Eischeid was the winning pitcher, whije Jolene Pudenz took the loss. Easy Win for A's • • The Carroll A's whitewashed the Carroll Keggers, 11-0, in five innings Wednesday night as Denny Mayer and Randy Kluver homered for the A's. Bill Bernholtz took the victory, while Bruce Story suffered the defeat. ,. Arcadia Triumphs . 'Arcadia clipped;the Roselle Trio Tavern jy^ih slow pitch play Wejpsday night at Jocks Win Lidderdale outslugged Halbur, 14-11, in girls softball at Lidderdale Wednesday night as winning pitcher Sue Daniel homered. US-Russia Track International socializing will turn into on-the-field competition Friday when United States and Russian teenagers begin seeking track and field victories for themselves and their countries. The competition is restricted to men 19 or younger and women 18 or younger. It will be the third annual junior meet involving the men. The Soviets won the first meet in 1972 at Sacramento, Calif., 124-108, and last year at Odessa, the United States won 123-108. In the first meeting between the women last year, the Russians won, 74-71. The teams were feted this week in Austin, Tex., at a fish fry, barbecue and rodeo and reception at the governor's mansion. Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League GB Boston Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee New York Oakland Chicago Texas KansasCity Minnesota California 40 29 36 33 35 33 36 34 33 33 35 37 West 40 32 34 33 37 36 34 35 29 40 30 44 Pet. .580 .522 .515 .514 .500 .486 .556 .507 .507 .493 .420 .405 4 41, 41, 5'2 6'2 34 3'2 41, 9> 2 11 Thursday's Games Boston (Moret 1-1) at Cleveland (J. Perry 5-7), N Milwaukee (Slaton 7-8) at Detroit (Coleman6-8),N Oakland (Holtzman 8-8) at Kansas City (McDaniel 1-2), N Minnesota (Decker 7-6) at Chicago (Bahnsen7-7),N Texas (J. Brown 6-4) at California (Ryan 9-6), N Only games scheduled St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal Pittsburgh Chicago NewYork ;;Qene Huelshorst picked up victory. The loss went to Lefty Brincks. HRWins HR Cleaners whipped Glidden, 18-7, in women's softball at Mount Carmel Wednesday night. Kathy Berger and Chris Conley cracked home runs and Sherrie Pudenz and Ruth Nepp'el added triples for the winners. HR Cleaners' next game is July 2 against Darlene's Lounge at Northside Park. Game time will be 7 p.m. LosAngeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego National League East W L Pet. GB 37 33 .529 — 38 34 .528 — 33 31 .516 l' 29 40 .420 7'/ 2 28 39 .418 7'/ 2 29 41 .414 8 West 49 24 .671 — 41 29 .586 6'/ 2 40 32 .556 8 " 2 36 37 .493 13 33 42 .440 17 33.44 .429 18 CLEARANCE Thursday's Games Cincinnati (Kirby 5-4) at Atlanta (P. Niekro 8-5), N Chicago (Frailing 5-6) at Montreal (Me Anally 5-6), N St. Louis (McGlothen 10-3) at New York (Sadecki 4-2), N San Francisco (Barr4-3) at San Diego (Jones 4-11), N Only games scheduled MILE AWHILE UK* CASE POWER&EQUIP.H; SET YOUR'BEARIM6S* ON i SAID: "DO YOU BELIEVE IM CLUBS FOR WOMEN;-? JUST WHEN THEY GET TOO DO6eSONE OVERBEARING. CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT THEY PLEASE YOU ALL THE TIME. FOLLOW-* THE CROWD Pre- Entire Stock of Men's SPORT COA TS^ e and SUITS V3 Solids Plaids Stripes OFF K£ * '-48. 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