The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on April 22, 1994 · Page 31
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 31

San Bernardino, California
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Friday, April 22, 1994
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Local colleges Ogden leads SBVC, 19-6 The Sun BARSTOW Sophomore left fielder Steve Ogden hit two home runs, including a three-run shot, as part of a four-run, four-RBI performance for the San Bernardino Valley College baseball team as it ripped Barstow 19-6 in a Foothill Conference game Thursday. Sophomore right-hander Jason Manus allowed three runs and eight hits in six innings to pick up the victory for the Indians (13-5, 20-14). Manus struck out five with three walks. Freshman center fielder O.J. Lynch and freshman second baseman Ron Malszka also hit solo homers for SBVC. CAL STATE WINS: SAN BERNARDINO Junior catcher Chris McMillan hit two home runs, scored four times, drove in five runs and scored the winning run of the game with two out in the bottom of the tenth inning as Cal State San Bernardino outlasted CS Dominguez Hills 9-8 in a California Collegiate Athletic Association baseball game at Fiscalini Field on Thursday. Junior second baseman Gary Frank doubled in McMillan, who reached base on an error for the Coyotes (4-17, 14-27). SBVC ties for Foothill title The Sun AZUSA The San Bernardino Valley College men's track team finished their regular season tied with Citrus as the champions of the Foothill Conference, after finishing second in the conference championships Thursday. The Indians had a score of 78, ten behind first place Citrus. The top two individual finishers of each event move on to compete in the Southern California preliminaries next month in San Diego. Eric Alvarado finished first in the 10,000, Craig Worthington placed first in the triple jump, Jomo Londen placed first in the high jump, Jerome Edwards placed first in the 400 meters, and '.he 1600-meter relay team of Andre Moss, Erric Nettles , Glen Penland and Edwards finished first at 3:21. The men finish 7-1. In the women's meet, freshman Janette Harwick moves on to the preliminaries. 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The loss cut to one-half game the Hawks' lead over the Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks in the race for the best record in the conference. All three have 25 losses; Atlanta has one game remaining and Chicago and New York two each, including a season-ending game Sunday at Chicago. KNICKS 130, 76ERS 82: Patrick Ewing 26 points and 15 rebounds as New York routed visiting Philadelphia and matched the largest victory margin in franchise history. The Knicks go into their final two games again enmeshed in controversy. Earlier Thursday, reserve forward Anthony Mason was suspended indefinitely for questioning coach Pat Riley's coaching strategy. HORNETS 95, CELTICS 89: Charlotte's playoff hopes ended de 7HI p-IT N i APWIREPHOTO NBA ROUNDUP spite a victory at Boston in which Alonzo Mourning had 21 points and 11 rebounds. Miami clinched the final Eastern Conference berth. ROCKETS 126, MAVERICKS 100: Hakeem Olajuwon had 21 points and 14 rebounds despite sitting out the fourth quarter as Houston defeated Dallas to clinch the second-best record in the NBA. Seattle is 61-19, Houston 58-22. WARRIORS 121, KINGS 96: Golden State's rout of visiting Sacramento clinched sixth place in the Western Conference. JAZZ 122, BLAZERS 111: Jeff Hornacek scored 23 points as Utah beat visiting Portland for its sixth win in seven games. From Sun News Services 94U.D. SE Baseball (Limit 10) I I I 84 lOppS $J 150 Finest hooioan w pack (Limit 5) Your Headquarters For Pogs & Supplies MUST PRESENT COUPON Expires 5294 I I 22310 Barton Rd., Ste. D Grand Terrace j $4 50 ! Ill JLo, II I II Spirit outslugs Storm, 12-7 By DOUQ PADILLA Sun Sports Writer LAKE ELSINORE This was as ugly as it gets, even for the California League, where scoreboards frequently read 'tilt' and games last long into the night. The Spirit defeated the Lake Elsinore Storm, 12-7, before 4,377 at the Lake Elsinore Diamond in a game that had plenty of drama, save a late rally by the Storm. There were fights, ejections, plenty of errors and even a monster home run, the first long-ball to be hit over the Diamond's 36-foot-high right-field wall. The trouble began early, when Spirit starter Chad O'Laughlin allowed four runs in the bottom of the second inning. He then threw two consecutive pitches high and inside to the Storm's Jay Simpson, who took exception and began shouting at O'Laughlin. Spirit catcher Andy Allanson wrapped up Simpson from be hind, causing both benches to empty. With players standing llinu, causing uuiii umicims iu empty. With players standing around shouting, Allanson Pair of fives By PETE MARSHALL Special to The Sun RANCHO CUCAMONGA In the last two games, the Riverside Pilots' nightmares have come in five-run blocks. On Wednesday night, the Ran-cho Cucamonga Quakes scored five runs in the ninth to scare Riverside before falling. Thursday night, the Quakes scored five runs in both the first and eighth innings to crush the Pilots 10-3, before 5,964 at the Epicenter. Sean Mulligan, the Quakes' third-leading hitter and second on the team in RBI, started the clinching eighth-inning rally with an RBI single. Derrek Lee capped it with a three-run double. Mulligan had made the final out with two runners on in both the fourth and sixth innings. "Mulligan had opportunities to do what we did in the eighth, but he came up in the eighth and got it done," Quakes manager Tim Flannery said. Uitmltri reuwb of may cowiii Golf r tir At lirvBC TU AM AC DAI U CDOIU1C S. SOUTHERN CAUFORNIA'S FINEST COURSES PC Wist Nicklw hurl Indian Wells Golf Resort Mission Hills North G.C. Ook Volley Golf Club to QuinloCinus i Dunes Moieno Volley Ranch G.C. Mottiolt's Desert Springs , . . aorf many mar BUY ONE GET ONE FREEl punched Storm pitcher Jeff Schmidt in the head. Allanson was ejected, his second ejection in two nights, as were O'Laughlin, Schmidt and Storm reserve outfielder De-mond Smith. "He has a chip on his shoulder," Schmidt said of Allanson. "He's 32 and in the Cal League. "Hey, I'd have a chip on my shoulder too." Spirit manager Greg Mahl-berg was upset with Simpson, who also instigated an incident Monday that led to the ejection of Spirit pitcher Sandi Santiago. "Twice he's the instigator and my pitchers get ejected," Mahl-berg said. "That guy is an idiot. He's stupid. "Then somebody pops off to Allanson. Allanson looks like the bad guy in this and that's not the case at all. He's trying to restrain a guy. Simpson, in my opinion, is one of the stupidest players in the league." "I've got to protect myself," oiiupMjii bciiu. 1 iuiu j ijaugu- lin) 'Just be careful and don't come in here again.' I wasn't gives Quakes Quakes starter Jared Baker (2-0) had a rough start, but settled down Innp pnnupn tn mak his Simpson said. I told (O Laueh- down long enough to make his pitch count last five innings and record the win. "I was going to give him the opportunity to get through the fifth and get the win," Flannery said. "He did a fine job. It was his best fastball of the season." Flannery did make a trip to the mound in the fifth, because Baker wasn't using that fastball. "I don't mind walks, but a 3-2 changeup to a guy hitting a buck-88 (isn't good)," Flannery said. Reliever Craig Hanson continued his impressive season, pitching three innings, allowing only two hits and striking out five. "Hanson has done a tremendous job," Flannery said. "He not only saved the bullpen but didn't FRL, APRIL 22 7:00 P.M. vs. Modesto (GATES OPEN 6M p.m.) SAT., APRIL 23 7:00 P.M. vs. Modesto (GATES OPEN 6M p.m.) DON'T r.i.ii.wii-i ii Mi i ii eg COMCAST ORDER NOW! ONLY $39.95 Ch. 37 796-5522 350-2344 San Bernardino FontanaBloomington I AAALA C 199 Tm Warner Sportj. a subdivision ot Time TVKO fct a regtilerKl Mrwca mark ot Time Warner FRIDAY, April 22, 1994 The Sun C3 going to charge the mound. I was just trying to state my case." Spirit notes The Storm changed its locker room policy before Thursday's game and will not, for the time being, allow any reporters into the team's dressing area. Storm general manager Kevin Haughian, who made the decision, said the move was not made because one of the team's beat writers is female. Cindy Martinez Rhodes covers the team for the Riverside Press Enterprise. "I don't think so," Haughian responded when asked if the move was made because there was a female reporter in the locker room. "I spoke to Cindy and I understand her frustration. I don't know how big facilities handle this type of situation. I have been around smaller facilities while I have been in this business. I am trying to get a stadium built here and that was one of 28 things dropped on my . desk this morning. I will do some research to see how big facilities handle this type of thing." The move was in response to an incident Wednesday when Storm player George Airas request-' ed his postgame interview with three reporters, including Martinez Rhodes, take place in a hallway outside repuners, muiuumy mailmen ni des, take place in a hallway outsi the dressing area. 10-3 victory give up any runs. "He looks like a guy who coi : a "He looks like a guy who could come in and spot-start. Riverside starter Jose Sanchez (0-3), who gave up the runs in the first inning, took the loss. ; The Quakes got a scare when first baseman Jason Thompsoi) was hit by a pitch on his elbow in the eighth. "He's going out there even if he has a cast on it," Flannery said. Quakes notes Second baseman Homer Bush, the league's leading hitter, and center fielder Chris Prleto were rested with injuries Thursday. . . . Quakes right-hander Rich Loiselle (3-0, 2.84 ERA) will face right-hander Kyle Se-bach (0-2, 5.11) when Lake Elsinore comes into the Epicenter for a three-game series starting tonight. SAN BERNARDINO FTM PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL CLUB SPIRIT MINI RAT NIGHT!!! Hie first 500 lads 14 and under receive free Spirit Mini Bat compliments of the San Bernardino Spirit! MAJOR LEAGUE WKTSTR AND NIGHT! The first 500 kids 14 tod under receive free act of Major League aouvenir vtnstbands Compnxnents of San Bernardino Spirit Baseball MISS THE FUN!!! i m Warner Entwiiomeot Company. L P At rtghtt retefm). Enttriatomeni Company. LP. FighMfi tubtoel to change.

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