Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on May 6, 1993 · Page 9
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 9

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, May 6, 1993
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1993 — 9 Wildcat; Continued from Page 8 Spurting, one of the quickest players on the team, stole second and third, then scored the game- winner when Imhoff singled sharply to left Clary and Whiterock also deserve much of the credit for Wednesday's win. Clary, who was battling the flu, pitched the first 4% innings and allowed only five hits and three earned runs while striking out four. Whiterock entered in the fifth inning and mowed down the Prospectors, striking out seven and allowing only one hit to get the victory. "He was just blowing them away," Falgout said of Whiterock's exploits. "It was like a college pitcher throwing against high school kids. He was just awesome." Spurting, who is hitting .298 on the year, went 3-for-3. OJ. Johnson went 3-for-4 and got his 20th hit of the year to reach the .400 batting mark. Parker, who has been scorching the baseball all season long, may have set a Ukiah IV record with his 29th hit of the season Wednesday. Parker, who hit a two-run homer in the first inning, is hitting a red-hot .537 with 18 RBIs and IS runs scored. Falgout, who had considered not returning as IV head coach next year after his Wildcats got off to such a bad start, may be changing his mind now that the 'Cats are virtually unbeatable. UHS golfers get NCS at-large bid Ukiah High School's golfers will play in next Monday's 15-team North Coast Section GIF Championship Tournament, teeing off at 7:30 a.m. in a shotgun start at Santa Rosa's Fountain Grove course. Making up the six-man Ukiah team, barring any last minute change, will be Spencer Webb (79.4), Peter Mirata (79.8), Brady Wildberger (82), Donald McMullen (84), Joey Wildberlger (86) and Matt Park (85). Ukiah coach Rowland Nielson returned home from Dublin late last night with one of four at-large bids tendered outstanding teams in the NCS besides the designated automatic league champion entries. Miramonte, Amador Valley, Ukiah and San Ramon were selected as at-large teams, in that order. San Ramon won the fourth at-large bid over Fortuna. Ukiah, which earned one Invitational Tournament championshilp and three seconds, finished second in the North Bay League with two losses. One was by one stroke to Santa Rosa in a nine-hole match, the other an 18-hole match to Newman on Newman's home Fountain Grove course, the same course being played Monday. Newman, which finished behind Ukiah in several tournaments on foreign courses during the season, won by eight strokes at Fountain Grove. North Gate, along with Newman, Monte Vista and other Bay Area/NCS golfing powers, loom the teams to beat. Ukiah and Newman will be joined in the NCS Championships by Coastal Mountain Conference Champion Willits, which won its title by finishing second this past Monday to Mendocino in the CMC Tournament. IAINBOW RAINBOW Track- Continued from Page 8 record with a throw of 121-2. McCall then triple-jumped 30-7% to win that event as Santa Rosa's girls triumphed, 107-16, over a flat and thin Ukiah team. The varsity boys' meet was somewhat closer, with Ukiah's Josh Heady a double-winner and Sean Ussery and Simon Titen single-event winners. But again it was all Santa Rosa, 94-40. The Ukiah junior varsity track- sters salvaged a win for Ukiah on depth, helped by two firsts by Adam West and wins by Eli Mervine, Chris Kraemer and Eric Rowney in individual events. VARSITY BOYS Santa Rosa, led by distance ace SCOREBOARD Baseball By The Associated Preee All Time* PDT AMERICAN LEAGUE Es*l Dlvlelon Detroit Boston New York Toronto Cleveland Milwaukee Baltimore California Chicago Texas Seattle Minnesota Kansas City Oakland Baltimore 3, Kansas City Weal Dlv W 16 16 15 14 12 11 10 lilon W 14 15 15 13 11 11 8 L 10 11 11 13 15 14 15 L 10 11 11 14 IS 16 15 Pet .615 .593 .677 .519 .444 .440 .400 Pet. .563 .577 .577 .481 .423 .407 .348 OB — V* 1 ZA 4* 4'/( 5V, OB — 2?A 4 4'A svt Wednesday's Games Minnesota 0 4. Detroit 3 Chicago 3. Milwaukee 1 Cleveland 3, CaKomla 6. Seattle 2 New York 2 Boston 3. Oakland .1 Tnas 7. Toronto^* 1 • i i. :. •• • ' NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING— Bonds, San Francisco, .432; Galarraga, Colorado, .394; Vizcaino, Chicago, .355; Merced, Pills- burgh, .347; Lansing, Montreal, .345; Alou, Montreal, .343; Magadan. Florida. .341. RUNS— Bonds, San Francisco. 30; MaWllliams. San Francisco. 25;Dykslra, Philadelphia, 23;EYoung. Colorado. 20; Blggk), Houston. 20; King. Pittsburgh. 19; Kruk, Philadelphia. 19. RBI— Bonds. San Francisco, 29; Galarraga, Colorado, 27; Grace, Chicago, 23; Hayes, Colorado. 22; MaWllliams, San Francisco. 22; DHolllns, Philadelphia. 21; Bagwell, Houston, 19; Sabo, Cincinnati, 19. HITS-Oalarraga, Cotorado,41 ; Bonds, San Francisco, 38; Blauser, Atlanta, 36; MaWllliams, San Francisco, 36;Gwynn, San Diego, 36; Alou, Montreal, 35; Vizcaino. Chicago, 33; Grace. Chicago, 33; Butler, Los Angeles, 33 DOUBLES— Bonds, San Frandsco, 11; Galarraga, Colorado. 10; Lansing. Montreal, 8; Bagwell, Houston, 8; DHolllns, Philadelphia, 8; Anthony, Houston, 8; Bjggb, Houston, 8; Grace, Chicago, 8; MaWllliams. San Francisco. 8; Gwynn, San Diego, 8. TRIPLES— Martin, Pittsburgh, 4; Clayton, San Francisco. 3; VanderWal, Montreal, 3; 13 are tied with 2. HOME RUNS— MaWllliams. San Francisco, 9; Bonds, San Francisco, 8; Sosa, Chicago, 6; Hayes, Colorado. 6; Sheffield, San Diego. 6; Daulton, Philadelphia, 6; 9 are tied with 5. STOLEN BASES— ACote, Colorado, 14; Carr, Florida, 13; EYoung, Colorado, 12; DLewis, San Francisco, 12; Nikon, Atlanta, 12; Zack Barrett, who won the 1600 in 4:46.2 and the 3200 in a fine 9:58, had no one to match Ukiah's Heady. Heady won the 110-highs in 15.9 seconds and the long jump at 20-8. He did not run the 300-intermediate hurdles. Ukiah's Sean Ussery "exploded" in the 12-pound shot to win that event at 45-VS , his best this year, if not for his career. However, Santa Rosa had a true hero in Matt Aune. The big football and basketball standout placed in the shot (41-9) and won the discus at a very good 146-7. Titen won the high jump for the 'Cats on fewer misses at 5-4 on a cold day for Ukiah's only other individual victory. Titen also ran a personal best for a fourth in the 1600 at 4:54. Rogert Rozelski ran a personal best of 4:48.4 in the 1600 for third, just two seconds back of Barrett. Mike Long had a personal record of 2:08 in the 800, finishing second. Distance runner Roberto Olea placed seconnd in the 400 sprint in 53.4, while Mike Sankovich was second in the 200 in 24.8, with teammate Mike Matthews third. Andy Sluis also had a busy and productive day with a third in the long jump at 16-3/2, third in the high jump at five feet and a tie for second in the 3200 in a photo finish with teammate Dwight McKell. They were each given a tie. Peter Chiang was third in the 110-highs, eight seconds back of Heady as Ukiah's boys managed just four firsts, four seconds and eight thirds in individual events. VARSITY GIRLS Charlotte Scott won the 400 in 1:06.1, Ukiah's only other victor besides De Los Santos. Scott also had one of Ukiah's six thirds as she ran her own pace in the 3200. With hurdler Katie Schweitzer and others out with injuries, Ukiah's girls were hard pressed to gain thirds by Julia Fawson in the 300-hurdles, Marta Costello in the 100, Chris Pintane in the 1600 and Jennifer Andress in the discus. Ukiah's normal discus leader, Chris De Los Santos, reportedly went unplaced, fouling on her throws. JUNIOR VARSITY Adam West and Sean Rough went 1-2 in the long jump, a half- inch apart at 17-0 and 16-ir/i. West led Chris Thompson and Ryan Young to a sweep of the 100 in 11.9. Young and Rough were also 1 -2 in the high jump. Eli Mervine won the 1600 in 5:34 and Chris Kraemer took the discus at 115-7. AGRICULTURAL^ • • •» ~™ ™ ™ ~™~^ SERVICES • EXPERTS WITH A COMMITMENT TO QUALITY SAVE TIME, WATER & $$$ FREE DRIP IRRIGATION WORKSHOP SATURDAY, MAY 8TH 10:00-11:00 a.m. & 2:00-3:00 p.m. 10am How You Can; • Use less water • Grow fewer weeds & more vegetables 1 Save time! 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STRIKEOUTS— Smoltz, Atlanta. 39; GMaddux, Atlanta, 39; Armstrong, Florida, 35; Rijo, Cincinnati, 35; Drabek, Houston, 34; Benes, San Diego, 32; Schilling, Phlladebhia, 32. SAVES— MtWIIIIams, Philadelphia. 11; Stanton, Atlanta, 10; LeSmlth, St. Louis. 10; Harvey, Florida, 8; Myers, Chicago, 8; Beck, San Francisco, 7; Belinda, Pittsburgh. 6. High school baseball 4DHSOW! Remember Mom with a gilt If em Radio Shack! These lour items on sale Irom W6/93 lo 5/9/93 ON ANY PURCHASE OF 100 OR MORE! 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St. Louis 3 Los Angeles 6, New York 5 Thursday'* Oamea ClnclnnatKBelcher 1 -3) at Houston (Drabek 3-3). 6:05 p m Atlanta (Smoltz 2-3) at Colorado (Nied 3-2), 6.05 p.m. Only games scheduled FrWay'e Qamee San Diego (Bene* 4-2) at Chicago (Morgan 2-4), 1 St. Louis (Megrane 2-2) at Philadelphia (Greene 2-0), ' Montreal (Nabholz 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Tomlln 1-2), 435 D m. Florida (Hough 2-2) at New York (Qooden 3-3), 4*0 P ' cindnnatl (H(o 3-1) at Howton (Swindell 4-2), 6:05 D ITU Atlanta(Avefyt-2)atColorado Los Angeles (Ke.Qrosi 2-2) at 1-0), 736 p.m. Rancho Cotate Finer Montgomery Ursulln* Santa Rosa Ukiah W 13 12 8 3 3 4 NBL W 10 8 5 3 3 1 Little League North Ukleh Ukiah Lions McDonald's Glno't PV Health Savings Bank Broiler L.P. Valley Paving Leaders By Th* Associated Preea AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTINQ-OIWUd. Toronto, .416; OUpn, Detroit. .394; MVaughn. Boston, .391 ; LJohnson. CWcago, .370; Cooper, Boston, .357; Lofton, Cleveland, .361; Qulnta- f\9> Botton 351 RUNS-Fryman. 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