Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on May 2, 1993 · Page 9
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1993 — A-9 SCOREBOARD Baseball Bearcats- B»Th» AN TlffiM PDT AMERICAN LEAGUE High school baseball Little League Mraft Baton Toronto Cleveland W L Pet. OB 15 t .682 14 S .809 1 19 0 .891 1V4 13 11 .642 2V4 10 11 .478 4 1 14 .304 «Vt 8 16 .348 7 WMt Dtvtalon W L Pet GB Cetfemta 13 7 .650 Chicago u g .eoo 54 TMM 11 11 .soo 3 11 12 .478 354 10 14 417 5 • 14 .301 554 Oakland 7 12 .388 tfA Bvtu nicy's QflniM Botlon 3, Canon* 1 Mtaneeota S, Detn* 2 New Yo* B. 8MMI 2 Cleveland 1, Oakland 0 Mrfrmukee 4, Texas 3. 12 Innlngt Chicago a. Toronto 2 Kane** City 8. BkMmora 4 Sunday'* OamM Cetfroml* (Flnl«y 2-1) at Botlon (Darwin 0-4), 10:05 e-in. NORTH BAY LEAGUE Montgomery Rancho Cotate Ukiah Plner Senta ROM NORTH Ctoverdtle Ketseyviie Fort Bragg Wills Clear Lake Lower Lake Upper Lake YEAR W L 10 7 12 7 10 7 0 7 7 6 5 11 COAST LEAGUE 1 YEAR W L 0 3 11 4 0 4 7 4 10 5 0 4 a s NBL W e e e 4 4 2 NCLI W 5 4 4 4 4 3 0 L 3 4 4 5 5 7 L 2 2 2 3 3 5 7 A'l Dodger* Blue Jays MM White Sox Giants uklah Lions PV Health Okwt Savings Bar* McDonald's Bfolwf L.P. Valey Paving NBA South Uklih North Ukllh W L W L NORTH COAST LEAGUE III Round VaUy Andcnon Vitay Mwidodno Point Arena Powr Valley YEAR W 8 2 6 1 4 1 NCLIH L W MMMMU (OMhtfM 4-1) M Detroit (Moon 2-1). 1MB «-m. OAKnd (B.WM 1-0) M Ctovctand (N*gy 14), 1035 am. KMM* dy (Con* 04) M Brtlmof* (SuicKt* 2-2), IMS am. Toronto (Hwrtgtn 3-1)« Chtet0o (MeOowtH W). 1146am. High school Softball MIHVBUMV tnegnwi x-a; m IVMV \nvn u-i;, KMO pjn. NATIONAL LEAGUE Gael Dhrklon W L Pet GB PMMetohl* 17 6 .773 81 Lot* 14 10 .583 4 MontreeJ 13 11 .642 6 Chicago 11 12 .478 VA Pittsburgh 11 12 An 654 Florida 10 13 .438 754 New York 8 13 .381 8Vt Weet Division W L Pet. OB Houston 15 8 .852 — BanFrandeco 18 0 .840 — Atlanta 12 14 .482 4% Ban Diego 10 12 .455 4V4 C*>dnn«T g 14 .301 8 Colorado 8 14 .364 6Vt Lot Angeles 8 15 .348 7 •Muiday'e Oamee Late Oamee Not Included St. Louis 10, Atlanta 3 Cincinnati 0. Chicago 4 San Frandeco 7, Montreal 3 Houeton 7. Prntburgh 3 Colorado at Florida, (n) Phladelphla at Los Angeles, (n) New York at San Diego, (n) Sunday'* Game* St. Louis (Cormier 1-2) at Atlanta (Avery 1-2), 10:10 a.m. Chicago (Morgan 1-4) at Cincinnati (Smiley 0-3). 11:15 am. Pittsburgh (Cooke 0-1) at Houston (Kile 1-0). 1135 a.m. Philadelphia (Mulholland 2-3) at Los Angeles (Her- shlser 3-2). 1:05 p.m. New York (Qooden 2-3) at San Diego (Benee 4-1), 1A5 p.m. Montreal (BottenfieW 1-2) at San Francisco (Burkett 5-0), 1:06 p.m. Colorado (Henry 1-2) at Florida (Armstrong 2-2), 5:05 p.m. NORTH Ctoverdale Fort Bragg Upper Lake Lower Lake Ketoeyvlle Clear Lake Wilts NORTH Anderson Valley Laytonvlle Mend od no Potter Valley Round Valley Point Arena COABT LEAGUE YEAR W 10 0 8 8 2 5 7 COAST LEAGUE YEAR W 4 4 2 6 1 1 1 Nl L 3 4 3 4 3 6 6 III ;LI w 6 3 4 4 2 2 1 NCL III L 2 5 2 2 2 8 Vff 2 2 1 1 1 1 L 1 2 3 3 3 6 5 L 0 2 1 1 1 2 Pony League American League Twins Angels White Sox Rangers A's Blue Jays Red Sox National League Mets Dodgers Qlants Pirates Braves Cardinals W 4 4 2 2 . i 1 0 W 3 3 2 4 1 0 L 0 2 1 3 4 4 L 0 0 1 4 5 T 1 0 2 0 Q 0 0 T 0 1 0 0 By Tin Associated Praw All Tlmee PDT Fww HOUIW (Beet-of-6) Friday, April $0 New York 107, Indiana 104. New York leads series 1-0 Chicago 114. Atlanta 00. Chicago toad* MriM 1-0 Seattle 09. Utah 85. Seattle toad* series 1-0 LA Liken 107, Phoenix 103, LA Laker* lead eeriet 1-0 Chartotte 09. Boston fit 20?. eerie* tied 1-1 Portland 105, San Antonio 98, eerie* tied 1-1 New Jeney 101. Cleveland 00. eerie* tied 1-1 LA Cltpere 05. Houtlon 83. lerlM tied 1-1 Sunday, May 2 Indiana at New York, 930 a.m. LA Laken at Phoenix, noon. Atlanta at Chicago, 230 p.m. Utah at Seattle, 8 p.m. Monday, May 3 Homton at LA Clipper;, 730 p.m. Houston at LA Clipper*, 730 p.m. NHL playoffs By The Aeeedated Preee All Tlmee PDT DIVISION SEMIRNAL8 (Beet-ol-7) Wedneedey. April 28 NY blander* 6, Washington 3, NY Islander* win series 4-2 Montreal 8. Quebec 2, Montreal wins serie* 4-2 Thureday, April 29 Detroit 7, Toronto 3, serkM tied 3-3 Vancouver 4. Wlnnk»g3, OT, Vancouver wtn* serlet 4-2 Los Angeles 0. Calgary8, Los Angeles wlnssertes4-2 Toronto 4, Detroit 3, OT, Toronto wins series 4-3 Sunday, May 2 NY Islanders at Pittsburgh, 10 am Los Angeles at Vancouver, noon. Buffalo at Montreal, 430 p.m. Monday. May 3 St. Louis at Toronto, 430 p.m. Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League TEXAS RANGERS— Optioned B«n|l Gil, shortstop, to Tulsaofthe Texas League. Recalled Jeff Bronkey. pitcher, from Oklahoma City of the American Association. Lewis' home run ignites Giants SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Darren Lewis would have settled for a sacrifice bunt. Instead, he homered to ignite a six-run first inning that carried the San Francisco Giants past the Montreal Expos 7-3 Saturday for their fifth straight win. Lewis came up wanting to bunt to advance Wille McGee, aboard with a leadoff double. But when the count reached 3-1, San Francisco manager Dusty Baker took off the bunt sign and allowed Lewis to swing away. "I got the run over and in. I'll take it," said Lewis, whose two-run homer off Jimmy Jones was his first of the year. "I don't hit many home runs. This was a situation where I got lucky and it went out of the ball park." It was the beginning of a first- round knockout of Jimmy Jones, (4-1), who gave up six runs on seven hits and got only one out before being pulled in favor of Jeff Shaw. Jeff Brantley (2-1) pitched six innings, giving up three runs on seven hits for the victory. There were some tense moments in the fourth when both teams came onto the field after Brantley threw over the head of Frank Bolick. Only words were exchanged, however. Montreal reliever Jeff Shaw had thrown over Matt Williams' head in the second inning and hit Robby Thompson in the back in the third. Shaw denied throwing delib- erately at either Williams or Thompson. Both sides were warned by the umpires after Brantley's pitch and there were qo further incidents. Moises Alou hit a solo homer and John Vanfler Wai hit a two-run homer in the Expos sixth. That was all Montreal got in losing for the fourth time in five games. McGee led off the Giants' biggest inning of the season with a double. Lewis, after failing to sacrifice, followed with the homer, only his third since coming to the Giants prior to the '91 season. Will Clark, whose average clipped to .198 after he went hitless in five at-bats Friday night, blooped a double to left and went to third on Williams' single. Continued from Page A-8 But the home team was not through. After holding the Mustangs scoreless in the top of the seventh, the Bearcats had a rally of their own. After scoring four runs in the inning, with runners on second and third with two out, Bearcat shortstop Kristi Strickler smacked a grounder between the first and second baseman. The rally ended when Stickler's would-be-hit was fielded on a fine play by the Mustang second baseman. The Bearcats were led at the plate by left fielder Jasmyne Olson who reached base four times on three walks and a base hit. First baseman Jennifer Todd went 3-for-4, right fielder Laura Craig went 3-for-4 and third baseman Stacy Todd chipped in with her 2-for-3 effort. "We were hitting," said coach Moore, "but we were also making errors and mental mistakes." The five-inning nightcap went far smoother for the softball 'Cats. After giving up a run in the top of the third, they posted six in the bottom of the inning to take the lead for good behind the pitching of freshman Carrie Freeman. The Mustangs scored one in the fourth and two more in the fifth, but it was not enough. Freeman also chipped in at the plate, going l-for-2 with two RBIs, and Strickler went 2-for-3 in the nightcap. *** "We hadn't played in quite a while and that probably hurt us more than anything," said Potter baseball coach Fred Austin after his team committed 11 errors in 12 innings of play. Things started out well for the baseball Bearcats. After giving up a run in the top of the first, outfielder Todd Huey walked and Andy Whiteaker hit a home run to right-center field for a 2-1 lead. Round Valley rallied big in the top of the third, scoring five runs, and never looked back. They scored seven more in the final three innings, pounding out eight hits and utilizing 10 Potter Valley walks and eight errors for a final of 13-3. "We had a combination of errors in the infield and outfield both, but most were on flies," Austin said. The nightcap was much more competitive, but the end result turned out to be the same. After giving up four runs in the top of the first, the 'Cats rallied for three in the bottom of the inning. The Mustangs came back with two more in the top of the second and the 'Cats came back with one of their own for a 6-4 Mustang lead. After surrendering three more in the top of the third, the Bearcats ral- lied for four more before both pitchers settled down. Scoreless fourth and fifth innings for both teams ended the score at 9-8. The Bearcats outhit the Mustangs in the nightcap, 9-4, but were hurt by more costly walks and errors. Whiteaker went 4-for-6 at the plate in the doubleheader, hitting for the cycle. Third baseman Craig Jacobsen also went 4-for-6. The Bearcat teams will next travel to Anderson Valley to play another league doubleheader starting at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. Rancho Continued from Page A-8 runs in the first three innings and held Rancho Cotate scoreless over the final three innings to win, 6-4, Friday at Ukiah High School. Jeff Clary pitched the first four innings for Ukiah and allowed four hits, three earned runs and one walk while striking out four. Brian Delfin held the Cougars scoreless for three innings, allowing only three hits and striking out three to pick up the save. Brian Camp, who had a great day behind the plate for the JV 'Cats, went 2-for-2 with a run and two stolen bases. Delfin went 2-for-3 with a triple and a run. Teammates Dan Parker and T.J. Belfanti each had an RBI. Ukiah scored twice in the first inning to take a 2-1 lead. Camp singled and advanced on a single by Tod Ehmann. Dan Parker reached safely on a fielder's choice that saw Camp get caught in a rundown between third base and the plate. Camp eluded the Cougars for almost a full minute before finally getting tagged out. Ehmann advanced to third during the rundown and scored after a passed ball. A single by Belfanti scored Parker with the second run. Ukiah added three more runs in the second inning. Delfin led off with a triple. A Rancho Cotate error, a walk to Camp and singles by Ehmann and Parker brought home the three runs. Ukiah's JVs, which are currently on a six-game winning streak, are now 4-5 in the NBL and 8-6 overall. Ukiah freshmen 6 Willits JVs 3 The Ukiah freshman baseball team upped its record to 4-8-1 on the season with a 6-3 victory over the Willits junior varsity Thursday in Ukiah. Jaymen Cooper had a single, a double and «?w«d a run, and teammate Luke QenieUa added a mple and a run «$*$• %£ WW* ** Daniel Ingogliaeachhadahlt and a run, and Brian Dale also had a hit for Ukiah. Nathan Vagt picked up the victory, pitching two innings and allowing no earned runs with four strikeouts. Mike Ford and Adam Shura also pitched well for Ukiah. Clear Lake varsity 8 Willits varsity 5 A seven-run second inning was all Clear Lake needed in a 8-5 vie- FOTO FACTS tory over the Willits Wolverines Friday in Lakeport. A three-run double by Chris Fields highlighted the second- inning outburst. Pitchers Jesse Smart, Aaron Pickle and Adam Bruch combined to limit the Wolverines to only three hits. Daniel Morgan was the bright spot for the Wolverines, getting a triple and driving in three runs. By Mike Rogers Anyone who can load a camera, sight through the viewfinder and click the shutter can take pictures. It's the simplicity of taking pictures that has made it so popular. Nearly every family has at least one camera and takes pictures of family get-togethers and special occasions. You'll get more enjoyment....more satisfaction....from photography if you just take a little more interest in getting really fine pictures. Often the difference between an ordinary picture and a great one is a simple, minor detail. Start by studying your pictures to determine how they might have been improved. It always helps to use our "factory-fresh" film and expert photofinishing service. We'll advise you on any equipment changes you are contemplating, too. Quality Strvux Since 1949 TRIPLE S CAMERA 860 8. School, Ukiah, 462-3163 Jonathan C Hitzman M. D. Is pleased to announce that he is continuing to accept new patients for obstetrical care Family Medicine & Obstetrical Care 238-B Hospital Drive, Ukiah Phone: 463-2123 Please call for an appointment UKIAH FORD UNCOLN-MIRCURY MOTOR MEMOS by Bob Krause Journal Classifieds YOUR CATALYTIC CONVERTER One of the "hottest" replacement parts for the balance of the 90's is the catalytic converter. This is the part of the exhaust system which turns poisonous exhaust gases into harmless dioxide and water. Looking much like a muffler, its stainless steel casing contains chemical and/or metallurgical devices to react on the lethal elements of exhaust gas. Originally designed to have a 50,000 mile life span, they're doing much better when the vehicle is properly maintained. There are good reasons for practicing preventive maintenance. The vehicle owner who fails to keep the engine in tune, thereby destroying the inside of the converter, now has a vehicle that runs poorly and pollutes the air. If the owner does not replace the converter, the result could be burned valves due to back pressure in the exhaust system. At Ukiah Ford Lincoln Mercury, we're trained to deliver the service you expect. Our technicians have put hundreds of hours into formal training programs. They're staying up on the latest techniques for servicing your Ford, Mercury or Lincoln. Our technical Service Hotline lets technicians get advice directly from the factory engineers who created your car. So you can rest assured that your car will get the special attention it needs, when it needs it. Even when you are bringing your car in for routine maintenance, our technicians will use their extensive training to look and listen for potential problems... and get to them before they get to you. UKIAH FORD LINCOLN-MERCURY strives to exceed our customer's expectations. Our Service Department is open Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.. We are located at 1170 S. State St. in Ukiah. Phone 466-0091. 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