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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 19

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THE BAYTOWN SUN W*Ue«d«y. April ». 11 Srorrhoiml Major Leagues NATIONAL LEAGUE EaatDtvWon W L Pet. New York ......... 7 SI, Louis .......... 7 Pittsburgh ........ 5 Montreal .......... 5 Chicago ........... 3 Philadelphia ...... 3 GB 3 3 4 6 7 ...... 7 West Division .700 .700 .MS .455 .300 .300 San Francisco 10 4 .714 Hodston 9 4 .692 '•• Snn Diego 7 7 500 :i ' Allanla 5 7 .417 4 '•Cincinnati •) 6 .400 4 ' l.osAngcles 4 11 .267 6'; Tuesday's garnet Montreal 8. Philadelphia 2 *• Chicago :i, St Louis 2 San Diego ni Cincinnati, ppd , fold weather New York 7, Pittsburgh I Houston:!. Atlanta2 San Francisco 10, Los Angeles 3 Wednesday's games 1 S;m Diego (Hawkins II-2) al Cm ' cinnuti iDenny l-oi Philadelphia K'iirllon 0-21 al Montreal (HeskclhO-21 St. LOuis I Ownhey 1-Ui at Chicago iSandeYsonlM i "Los Angeles (Valenzuela III at San Francisco cGanrclls2-l I Houston I Kneppcr :!•(!» at Atlanta iSmilli 1-0] Thursday's games Montreal at Chicago Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, i n' Cincinnati al Houston. I n > New .York at St. Louis. <n I Ailhutaut Los Angeles, (in AMEEUCAN LEAGUE East Division No* york-. . . Iliilfimore' Uoslon -l>rtroil .T Clevi-land Toronto Milwaukee W 9 . .« . B . . . .7 . . .li n . . . . 5 L 4 1, (; i; c, ii 7 Pet. 692 .571 571 5:m 01 HI 42'J .417 GB P.. p.. 2 •i'- ;ji ,, 3' L . • • • West Division California Oakland •Texas,. :...... K:ins:is City . . . -Miniu'solu.'. . . . 'Si;allk> . . .9 . . . .» . , . . 7 7 . ...7 . . . 5 li li i; 7 « 9 .BOO .571 .5:t« 51 K) .4117 .:I57 i . 1 P.•> 3'-j Tuesday's games Chicago:), Milwaukee-I lialtimoreS. Cleveland 2 Texas ni. Toronto 1 Boston li. Detroit -I New York 5. Karwu City I California 5, Oakland I MlnnetoU7,Se*ltlel W«k*Md»y'i (MOM Texas (Maion 1-0) at Toronto <Sli«bO-3) Minnesota (Butcher o-2> at Seal tie (Moo re 1-1) Chicago (Seaver 1-2) at Milwaukee(Wegmant-Oi. in) Baltimore (McGregor l-ll at Cleveland (Schrom2-1). (n) Detroit (Xanana 1-1) at Boston (Hunt 1-1), <nl New York lltasmussen 1-0) at Kansas City I Leonard 2-0). (n) Oakland (Codlroll 2-1! at Callfor- nlnlWill l-l), (ni Thursday'* game* Cleveland at New York, (n I Seattle at Oakland, I n) 23-5A standings W L Pet. GB Deer Park (1M) .111 1 .909 N'..Shore 115 Bi ft :i .727 2 Sterling (14-9i f> 5 54(5 4 l.ee (9-131 6 5 .MO •) S Houston I lfi-7) . .5 B .455 5 llayhurnl 10-12) .. ..1 8 273 7 Pasadena (U-121 .. .3 8 273 7 l)obie(C.|5i ;i 8 27:i 7 Tuesday's games I.cc 12. Doble 10 South Houston:!. Sterling2 Deer Hark 7. Hayburn 0 North Shores. Pasadena 6 Friday's games North Shore at Sterling. 4 p ni I.ecat Riiyhurn. 4::iOp.m. Pasadena iit Deer Park, 7pm South Houston at Dobie, 7::llip m. League leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting U8 at batsJ-Kay. Pittsburgh. .4K1: Galarraga. Montreal. .440; Knight. New York. .417; (Jarner. Houston. .412; Backman. N'cw York. M'J. Runs—Leonard, San Francisco. 12; Uoran. Houston. 10; Orsulak. 1'ittsburnh. Id: WClark. San Fran- ciscc. 1": n arc tied with a. RBt- Leonard. San Francisco. 15; Carter. New York, 14; Garner. Houston. 12; Hay. Pillsburgh. 12; CJDavis. Houston. II. Hits—Leonard. San Francisco. Ill; Kay. Pittsburgh. Ill; Gladden. San Francisco. IB; Bass. Houston. l(>. Doran. Houston. Hi; Gwynn. San Diego. 1(>; WClark. San Francisco. I*; MoMr**l, S; Gwynn, San Dtoftt. 5; Lcwwrd, San Fraaclaco, i; RReynokta. PHt- •burth, S; UaretkMiwtOft. TiijlM Cototnan. St. Leult, I; Moreno, Atlanta, 1; 17 arc IM with 1. HMM raM-Daw*on. Montreal, 4; Garner, Houston, •»; Kn!gni, New York. 4; Leonard, San Franckwo, 4; Parker, Cincinnati, 4. SWOT MM* — Doran, Houston, 7; EDavil, Cincinnati, 7; Duncan. Los Angeles, 6; Herr, SI. Louis, 5. MThompson, Philadelphia. S. Pitching (1 declskms)-29 are tied with 1.000. StrikMuU -Welch. Ixra Angeles. 25; Gooden, New York, 22; Ryan. Houston. 22; Scott, Houston. 22; Krukow, San Francisco, 20. Save»-DSmlth, Houston. 5; Worrell, St. Louis, 3; Burke. Montreal, 2; Franco, Cincinnati, 2; Kerfeld. Houston. 2; Minion, San Francisco. 2; Orosco, New York, 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting HBnt batsl-ReJackson. California, .457; Allanson, Cleveland, .455; OHrlen. Texas. .422; Slaught, Texas, .4)2: Hen drlck, California, .409. Runs-OBrlen. Texas. 15. DaKvans, Detroit, 13; Downing. California, 13; Phillips. Oakland. 12; Puckett, Minnesota. 12. RBI—Downing, California. 15: Canseco. Oakland. 14; Tarlabull. Seattle. 14; Bell. Toronto. 12: 4 are lied with 11. Hits—Joyner, California. 20: OUricn. Texas. 19: Phillips. Oakland. 19; Puckclt. Minnesota, IS: 4aretledwilh 18. Doubles—Law, Kansas City. 7: Tabler. Cleveland, 7; Roggs. Boston. G; Kuckner. Boston, fi: White. Kansas City. 6. Triples-Tolleson. Chicago. 2: Trammell. Detroit. 2; 36 are lied with 1. Home runs—11 aretiedwilh4 Stolen bases- RHenderson. New York. 9; Cangfilosi, Chicago, 8. Gibson, Detroit. 5; Shelby. Haltimore. 5: Wiggins. Baltimore. 5. Pitching tl decisions!—28 are tied with i.ooo. Strikeouts—Viola. Minnesola. 26: Hursl. Boston. 25; Morris. Detroit. 25; Ilijo. Oakland. 25: Candioltl. Cleveland. 22. Saves —Aase. Baltimore. 4: Hernandez. Detroit. 4; Righetli. New York. 4: Camacho. Cleveland. :i: llenke. Toronto, 3; JHowell. Oakland. :); Quisenberry. Kansas Citv. 3. NHL playoffs Alternative offered for baseball haters , Afrit 17 N.Y. Rangers 4. Washington 3. OT Satwday. April It Washington 8. N.Y. Rangen I U«Mtey, April 11 Washington «. N.Y. Rangers 3, Washington leads series 2-1 "iitniir«-r. April n Washington at N.Y. Rangers Frtrtay, April» N.Y. Rangers at Washington Sunday. April 17 Washington at N.Y Rangers. If necessary Tu««Uy, April» N.Y. Rangers at Washington. If necessary Adams DtvUton Hartford vs. Montreal Thursday, April 17 Hartford 4. Montreal I Saturday. April 1* Montreal 3. Hartford 1 Monday. April 31 Montreal 4, Hartford 1, Montreal leads series 2-1 Wednesday, April 23 Montreal at Hartford Friday, April » Hartford at Montreal Sunday, April 27 Montreal at Hartford, if necessary Tuesday. April 29 Hartford at Montreal, if necessary Morris Division Toronto vs. St. Lou Is Friday, April 18 St Louis n. Toronto I Sunday. April 20 Toronto 3. Si. l-oulso Tuesday, April 22 Toronto 5. St. Louis 2. Toronto leads series 2-1 Thursday, April 24 St. 1-ouis at Toronto Saturday, April 26 Toronto at St. l.ouis Monday, April 2* St. Louis al Toronto, if necessary Wednesday, April 30 Toronto al St. Louis, if necessary 4 ±lole player' lifts Capitals to 2-1 lead Those who dislike Major League Baseball typically find fault with its 162-game schedule. Why, they ask, must teams play six months to determine playoff representatives? I guess it's for the same reason that high schools like Robert E. Lee and Ross S. Sterling must pass a 14-game test to prove themselves. That's just the nature of the sport. Baseball champions have always been ones who are able to survive the long run. The same is true for basketball and football. There are no one-day tests for teams in these sports. They must prove themselves over a certain period of time, before they are allowed to continue. In stark contrast to those athletic endeavors is track and field. This, my friends, is a once-in-a- season situation. Runners and jumpers either make the grade on a particular day, or they move to the sideline and contemplate next season. Talk about pressure. While teams in baseball and football have time to recover from slumps, and then make their surge to the playoffs, the same can't be said for track and field athletes. If they happen to have a bad day. there is no recovery period. Last week's District 23-5A meet was the testing ground for boys and girls learns from the eight league schools. All of their meets in previous weeks were mere warm-ups for the main event. Obviously, Lee and Sterling prepared well. For when it came time for their final examination Friday night, there were few failures. The region meet May 2-3 at San Jacinto College Central will feature 15 individuals and six relay teams from Baytown. That's quite good, considering the other six schools will send 21 total of 24 individuals and four relays. Talk about domination. Not only did Sterling's boys and girls teams earn varsity district championships, but its freshman boys also placed first. Lee's junior varsity boys David Berkowitz By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .As a "role player," John Barrett is thoroughly enjoying his part with the Washington Capitals these days. "It's nice to be in a situation that's positive, where everyone is looking ahead," says Barrett, a low-profile but high-intensity player for the Capitals in their NHL playoff series with the New York Rangers. Not normally accustomed to scoring goals from his defensive position, Barrett had two in Monday night's 6-3 victory that gave the Capitals a 2-1 lead in their best-of-seven Patrick Division final. Game 4 will be played tonight in Madison Square Garden, one of two Stanley Cup playoff games on tap. In the other, Montreal plays at Hartford holding a 2-1 lead in the Adams Division final. In action Tuesday night, Calgary defeated Edmonton 3-2 to take a 2-1 lead in their Smythe Division final and Toronto beat SI. Louis 5-2 to take a 2-1 advantage in the Morris Division. Just last month, Barrett was in a "depressed situation" as a member of the Detroit Red Y^ings, a team with the worst record in the league that was obviously going nowhere. But he was acquired by Washington in a trade along with G're'g' Smith that turned his career in a new direction. ' Sirice coming to the Capitals, Barrett has been lauded by General Manager David Poile for his "robust, aggressive style of'play and a lot of enthusiasm both on and off the ice." However, he waited until the Stanley Cup playoffs to score his NHL playoffs first goals for Washington. "I'm not too accustomed to scoring goals," Barrett said. "I'm happy just being a role- player. I like to pass. I don't think I'll change my game at this stage." SMYTHE DIVISION Flames 3, Oilers 2 At Calgary, Joel Otto scored the go-ahead goal at 7:32 of the third period to lead Calgary past Edmonton, the two-time Stanley Cup champion. Otto passed to Jamie Macoun and then took the puck back in front of Edmonton goaitender Grant Fuhr before scoring the game-winner. The Flames began the third period with a 2-1 lead, but lost it when Glenn Anderson's backhand shot beat rookie Calgary goalie Mike Vernon. NORRIS DIVISION Maple Leafs 5, Blues 2 At Toronto, Wendel Clark, Rick Vaive and Russ Courtnall all scored within one minute and 42 seconds late in the third period to lead the Maple Leafs over the Blues. The game was tied l-l after one period on goals by Doug Gilmour for St. Louis and Vaive for Toronto. Greg Paslawski put the Blues on top with the only goal of the second period, then Toronto's Tom Fergus tied it 2-2 with a power-play goal 40 seconds into the third period. Clark then jammed the puck behind Blues goaitender Rick Wamsley at 13:49 of the third period to give the Maple Leafs their first lead of the night. grabbed a district title, as did Lee's girls in the combined JV-freshman meet. What I will remember most from the varsity district meet are the kind words that opposing coaches had for one another. In particular, Sterling's Drew Dunlap and Lee's Gene Bosse couldn't hide their respect for the other guy in town. "Lee deserves a lot of credit," Dunlap said, only minutes after his boys wrapped up their fifth consecutive district championship. "Gene does such a great job of coaching them. He has some good athletes, and he really gets the most out of them." Although Bosse can be a man of few words, his actions often speak loud enough. It wasn't uncommon to see him shake Dunlap's hand or give a Sterling athlete an encouraging pat on the back following a particularly impressive performance in the district meet. Can you imagine football coaches Jim Stroud of Lee and Gaylard Fenley of Sterling race across the field to compliment each other on their first-half touchdowns'? Or how about Sterling's Woody Walker offering an approving nod in the direction of Lee's Jim Ledbetter when the Ganders take a lead in the closing seconds of their basketball game' 1 I guess there is just something different about the sport of track and field. Something that offers non-baseball lovers an alternative. Foley, Wadkinspace Pirates past Red Sox BASKETBALL CHAMPS THE LITTLE Dribblers' pink team recently placed first in the Mont Belvieu Sports Association's basketball league with an unblemished record. Team members are (from left, front row) Misty Davis, Rhonda Peterson, Kacey Follis and Jessica King. (Top row) Coach Brenda Smith, Kerrie Dillard, Ginger Johnson, Randi Harrell, Gene Johnson, Coach Linda Kaderli and Brent Kaderli. Kenny Foley hurled a one- hitter and Billy Wadkins went 2- for-;i as the West League Pirates topped the Red Sox 9-H Tuesday night. Slade Marquardt went 2-for-:i as well. Steven Winter took the loss. Orioles 9, Indians 2 Joe! Fayle struck out five for the win, while Jeff Warner led the baiting. Carey Laday look the loss. Chargers 6, Hornets 4 Kristi Garcia went 2-for-2 to lead the Chargers. Cardinals 9, Astros 8 David West pitched a no-hitter for the win, while Matt McRaney stole home for the winning run. Tony Webster had a double. Twins 15, Braves 5 Jason LePage went 2-for-4 and slapped a triple for the Twins. Chris Wade got the win and Jason Estrada the loss. Little League Gators 12, Cubs 9 The Gators' Jason Sieker and Ryan Herrington combined to pitch a one-hitter. Aaron Batla hit a double and single Thomas Beets pitched a one-hitter but took the loss. Giants?, Dodgers6 Travis Bryant struck out four to gain the victory, while Robbie Savage led the hitting with a l- for-2 night. Bobby Scott and Dennis Odneal went I-for-2 as well for the Dodgers. Falcons 11, Eagles 6 The Falcons' Matthew Storm hit two triples and a home run to lead the way. Chris Fadal, Mike McCune and Charlie Triloar each added three hits. Mustangs 10, Hawks 6 Michael Nicula hurled a no- hitter for the win. Cedar Bayou keeps its unblemished record The Cedar Bayou tennis team, thanks to strong doubles play, remained undefeated as it nipped Baytown Junior 48-41 Tuesday afternoon at the Baytown courts. Stephen Spears and Ronald Garrett slammed Reggie Brasher and Jay Winkler 8-2, Matt Henderson and Eddie Maa were 8-3 winners over Brian Foster and Homar Ramirez, and Alan Green and Russell Brock blasted Blake Warren and Charlie Valdes 8-2. In singles, Baytown's Quang Hoang slipped by Kevin Fox- Junior tennis worth 9-7, Britt Hurst nipped Kevin Franta, Junior Escotrias took a 9-8 (5-3) win over Chris Estrada and Chris Alton tripped up Chad Brown 8-3. H.Mann 51, Gentry 40 Sean Aguilar defeated Brent Spell 8-6, the Mustangs' Brian Sparkman slipped by Jason Hill 9-8 (5-1), Tom Fortney defeated Rex Miller 8-5 and Phi Nguyen aced Darron Biddle8-l). In doubles, David Schuble and Mark Madison teamed up to hand Kelly White and Richard Hall 8-6. Scott Hiebert and Thomas Truitt were 8-6 winners over Shannon Lurkin and Mike Cole and Renade Clenton and Greg Creel lost to Chad Jennische and Jason Christian 8-3. C. Bayou 45, Baytown 41 In girls action, Kishna Wristers won 8-6 over Tammy Russell and Leslea Roberts defeated Kelli Burgess 8-6 for the Goslin singles victories. Deb- bie Haynes won 8-J over Misty Cryer and Charlotte Knox slammed Lori Hardy 8-3. In doubles, Mary Fields and Mira Fields teamed to hand Kelly Mullins and Beth Holder an 8-6 loss while Sherri G ilium and Bethany Dornburg defeated Kristie Piepho and Megan Casey 8-6. Liz Lawton and Heidi Weber won 5-2 over Graceanne McKay and Crissy Brookshire for the Bear win. Ganske leads REL to 16-4 triumph over Dobie's JV ; PASADENA —Ronnie Ganske had two doubles, a single and drove in three runs to lead Robert E. Lee to a 16-4 District 23-5A victory over Pasadena Dobje in junior varsity baseball action Tuesday night. The game ended early because of the 10- run rule. ' Other batting leaders for Lee were Dave Ward with two hits and four RBI, Juan Galvan with two hits and three RBI, and Chuck Goodman with a home •run*, -; Mike Torrence, 5-2, was the Avinnin'g pitcher. Lee is 8-3 in 'district play. RSS> JV wins 7-3 Kenny Martinez and Scott Parker had two hits each to lead Ross S. Sterling's junior varsity baseball team to a 7-3 victory pvtr South Houston Tuesday night at Winnie Brown Field. Pitcher Dean Hanks recorded the wln,° and improved his record Sports briefs to 4-0 in District 23-5A and 7-0 overall. Sterling is 6-3-2 in the district and 15-4-2 for the season. O'Grady is disciplined HOUSTON (AP) - Steve Novak, the lawyer for pro golfer Mac O'Grady, says his client will appeal a six-tournament suspension and $5,000 fine issued by PGA Tour Commissioner Deane Beman. Beman slapped the penalty on the outspoken O'Grady on Tuesday in response to bitter personal attacks of the commissioner by O'Grady as reported in newspaper interviews. Tuesday's action, issued from the site of this week's tour event, the Houston Open, was the stlf- fest imposed in Beman's 12 years as commissioner. CfeVCR. Nt «• to Pvts ft S«via Cwter fv SwiMiiig Poets Make your pool a party, not a problem Bring your pool toBioGuard 422-2554 t. t-J I * DEALS ON WHEELS SUV CLASSIFIED 1. Matt or taring to Til* •Act • A •uu onwnms MAN. MM* rant

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