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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 15

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THE BAYTOWN SUN ThurxUy. April 24, 1 5-B Scoreboard K..-.-1,. Major leagues NATIONAL. LEAGUE New York 2, KanutCity J California 5, Oakland 0 L 3 4 4 7 7 7 IAM no 4 S 7 8 7 11 Pet. .700 .638 .556 .417 .364 .364 .714 .667 .533 .385 .364 .313 GB _ ft IV. 3 3'* 314 i,i. 2'i 4'* 1V4 6 NewYork ......... 7 St. Louis ...... •? Pittsburgh ........ 5 Montreal .......... 5 Chicago .......... 4 Philadelphia ...... 4 West Division Houston .......... 10 San Francisco ____ 10 San Diego ......... 8 Atlanta ........... 5 Cincinnati ......... 4 Los Angeles ....... 5 .. .„. Wednesdiy't game* San Diego 7, Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 5, Montreal 4 Chicago 6, St. Louis 0 Los Angeles 6, San Francisco 4 Houston 3, Atlanta 2 Thursday 'i garnet Montreal (Smith 1-1) at Chicago lSulc!i»eo-3) Philadelphia (Rawley 1-1) at Pittsburgh I Rhoden 2-0), (n) Cincinnati (Solo 1-1) at Houston (Madden 1-0), In) New York (Darling 1-0) at St. LouisiForschl-0), (n) ' Atlanta (Mahler 1-3) at . Los Angeles (Hershiser 1-2), <n> Friday's games Montreal at Chicago Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. I n ) Cincinnati at Houston, (n) New York at St. Louis, ( n) San Francisco at San Diego. ( n ) Atlanta at Los Angeles. ( n ) AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. NewYork ........ 10 4 .7U Detroit ............ 8 6 .571 Cleveland <H«alon (Hi) at New York (Guldry 2-0), (n) Seattle (LangstonO-2) at Oakland (Rljol-Ol, (n) Friday'* gaoM* Cleveland at New York, (n) Chicago at Detroit, (n) Toronto at Baltimore, (n) Milwaukee at Texas, (n) Boston at Kansas City, (n) California at Minnesota, (n) Seattle at Oakland, (n) 23-5A standings Deer Park (18-4) N.Shore(15-6)... Sterling (14-9)... Lee (9-13) S.Houston (16-7). Rayburn (10-12) . Pasadena (9-12) . Dobie (6-15) .8 3 .S S 6 S .5 6 .3 8 .3 8 .3 g W L Pet. GB .909 .727 2 .546 4 .546 4 .455 S .273 7 -273 7 .273 7 Cleveland .. Baltimore.. Boston Toronto .... Milwaukee . ..10 8 . ..7 ...8 .8 .6 5 GB West Division .538 333 533 .400 385 California ID 6 .625 — Texas 8 6 571 1 Oakland 8 7 533 p.. Kansas City .7 8 467 2' .. Minnesota 7 9 438 3 Seattle 6 9 .400 3'-j Chicago 4 10 .286 5 Wednesday's games Texas 9. Toronto 8 Seallle 4. Minnesota 3. 10 innings Chicago 2. Milwaukee l Cleveland 5. Baltimore 1 Detroit 3. Boston 1 Tueaday's garnet Lee 12, Dobie 10 South Houston 3, Sterling 2 Deer Park 7. Rayburn 0 North Shore 8, Pasadena 6 Friday's games North Shore at Sterling, 4 p.m. Lee at Rayburn. 4:30 p.m. Pasadena at Deer Park. 7 p.m South Houston at Dobie. 7:30 p.m. Softha City leagues Tuesday's games Memorial 12,1st Bapt. 6 1st Bapt. Highlands .. 013 200-6 Memorial Blue 116 Wx-12 WP - Etheridge. LP - Little. flR - Memorial: Brooks. Bayt. Colts 12, Blue Birds 0 Birds 000 000-0 Colts 160 llx-9 WP — Dobbs LP — Badillo CB Church 12, Wooster 2 Wooster Bapt.. 000 02- 2 Church of Christ 700 05—12 WP — Calma. LP — Sisson. Brothers 10,1st Bapt. 10 The Brothers 302 005 u-io 1st Bapl. Highlands 202 033 0-lu HR - Isl Bapt.: Keeble. Little i2t.Tieman i2>. 1st Bapt. 7, 1st Bapt. Bay. I 1st Bapl. Bay! 100 102 v-t lit Bapt. Highlands. JM MO—x-7 WP - Little. LP - Mlxon. HR Highlands: Little, Earl*. Bayt: King. CtemtaUoe Building 14, BMs t Clementine 001 265—14 Blels 040 110— fi WP - Martin. LP - Barrera. tad Bapt. IS, Aftoo Place 7 2nd Baptist 12 67—25 Alton Place l 15— 7 WP — Hightower. LP — Deluna. HR — 2nd Bapt.: Bruner, Bonczynski, Jones. Ott Motors 7, Alliance Bible 0 Ott Motors def. Alliance Bible by forfeit. Pro-Ad 7, Raiders 0 Pro-Ad def. Raiders by forfeit. Memorial 13,1st Christian 1 1st Christian Church 000 1— 1 Over the Hill 273 1—13 WP - Kimmey. LP — Hemphill. Grace 11, Trinity Tabernacle 4 Trinity Tabernacle 210 010—4 Grace Methodist 206 30x—11 WP — Knight. LP — Bonin. lit Bapt. >, Trinity Episcopal 2 Trinity 010 001 0—2 1st Bapt. Crosby 401 102 x—8 WP — Leweliyn. LP — Carr HR — 1st Bapt.: Turner. Randall's S, Bayt. Motors 4 Bayt.Molors 021 001 0—4 Randall's Home-Health 005 001 x—6 WP - Veselka. LP — Hooks. Cruisers 6, Crack-up 2 Crack-up 000 002—2 Cruisers OO4 101—6 WP - Dickens. LP - Parker. Memorial Red 18, Bayt. Colts 3 Memorial 1211 04—18 Bayl. Colts 1 00 02— 3 WP — John. LP - Dobbs. HR Memorial: Hines. Half Pints 15, Li'l Rascals9 Li'l Rascals 221 -Ix— 9 HallPints 352 50—15 WP — Goodman LP — Crawford. Comets 26, Outlaws 0 Outlaws 0 00— 0 Cornels 13 10 3—26 WP - Mitchell. LP — Copeland. HR —Comets: Mendoza, Ward <2i. Fillies 23, Terminators 3 Terminators l 20— 3 fillies 15 44—23 WP - McCormick. LP — Sjolander. HR — Filiies: McCune <2i. Fanesliel. Aces 27. Stars 6 Aces 22 5-27 Stars 06— 6 WP - Boddie. LP - Cline Lightning Bolts 15, Scorpions 4 Scorpions 400— 4 Lightning Bolls 66.1—15 WP - BOMC. LP - Gonitiex. BUke'i It, ShaoUB«SUn 11 Shooting Stars ......... 112 70—11 Bill Blake's Bunch ..... 203 07—12 WP - Sterling. LP - Cernosek. HR — Stars: West (2). Bunch: Johnson. Woodhoilov I, X-Ral 7 Woodhollow ......... 000 200 4-8 X-Ral ............... 301 200 2—7 WP - Spears. LP - Storm. HR — Warriors: Board. X-Ral: Ford, Hlnchcliff. Royal nuah », K*H Service* ( Royal Flush ............ 105 021—9 KtH Services .......... 100 430—8 WP — Sneed. LP — O'Reilly. Morgan's 1C, Mobay Misfits 10 Morgan's .............. 003 49—16 Mobay ................. 420 31—10 WP-Hillier. LP- Wright. City Slickers S, H* H Plumbing 4 H&H ................ 002 000 2—4 City Slickers ........ 060 01J x— 8 WP — Ellenberger. LP — Thibodaux. HR — Wilkey. Rebels 14, Canaan's 6 Cannan's ............. 102 030— 6 Mine & Yours Rebels.. 602 330—14 WP - Maslerson. LP — Angel. Bay. Brewers 10, Clippers 4 Brewers ........... 012 322 0—10 Clippers ........... 200 002 0—4 WP — Bonds. LP — Cuning. Tigers 7, Angels 1 Tigers .............. 100 240 0—7 Angels .............. 000 100 0—1 WP — Soloman. LP — Smith. J.L. Rebels 13, Wrecking Crew 5 Rebels ............. 380 002 0—13 Wrecking Crew ... 000 050 0— 5 WP - Gesford. LP — Mezzell. HR - Rebels: Cornelius. Eagles 8, Exxon BOP Blues 4 Exxon ................. 102 001—4 Eagles ....... ......... 034 001-8 WP — Gonzalez. LP — Scbmaus Bandits 20, Conoco 3 Bandits ................ 717 14—20 Conoco ................ 100 11— 3 WP - Perkins. LP — Hudgins HR — Bandils: Dick Specialties 7, Wap Wap 6 Texas Specialties ...... 012 004 — 7 Wap Wap .............. oil 31X— 6 WP - Wenske. LP - York. HR Wap Wap: Redus Arrow Redi-Mlx 17, XX Outs 7 Arrow ................ 450 503—17 XX Outs .............. 790 000—7 WP - Estes. LP - Hines. KMCO 10, BOP Lakers 5 Lakers ................ 103 100- 5 KMCO ................ 422 02X-10 WP — Brady LP - Delgado. MBPP'u, Wap Wap 8 MBPP ................ 505 211 — 14 Wap Wap ............. 620 000- 8 Requests are being taken Ticket requests for the 57th Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Houston on July 15 will be accepted by mail. They must be postmarked between May 1 and May 15. Sports briefs Fans wishing to apply for tickets should send a self- addressed, stamped envelope to: All-Star Game, P.O. Box 300128, Houston, 77230-0128. No money should be sent with the request. There is a limit of one request per household. Requests will be selected by random drawing the week after the deadline. Bowling elections set The Baytown Women's Bowling Association will hold its annual open meeting at 7 p.m. today at the Houston Lighting and Power Building. 333 Ward Rd. The elections of a president, vice-president, treasurer and eight board members are on the agenda. There will also be the election of state and national Convention delegates for 1987. All 925 members of the association are invited to attend. Horse meeting planned The Greater Baytown Quarterhorse Association will hold a general membership meeting at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Wayne Gray Sports Complex. '• Professional trainer Dave Golden will be the guest speaker, and the general public is invited. On Saturday, Golden will conduct a riding clinic at the Baytown Fairgrounds. For more information on the events, call 424-8966. Spectators may race HIGHLANDS — Spectators are eligible to compete for cash, trophies and other prizes Saturday night at Battleground Speedway. .' Drivers will be able to take their cars and trucks onto the track to compete for the prizes. ' The Speedway opens at 5 p.m. ejvery Saturday during the season. Hot laps start shortly after 6 p.m. Visitors to the pit area are welcomed by drivers and crews of more than 100 race cars that can be seen on an a'verage night. Softball entries taken 5 The 1986 Men's Class C & D Bud Light Softball Tournament vyill be held May 10-11 at Baytown's Wayne Gray Sports Complex. ' The double-elimination tournament, sponsored by Baytown YMCA and Wismer Distributing Co., will be limited to the first 32 Raid teams. The fee is $95 per team, and it must be turned in by ' For additional information, contact Barb Trachte at the YMCA (427-1797) or Carl Theiss aSter 4 p.m. (450-2627). Morgan's pitching keys Angels' win Gerald Morgan sent 12 Padres back to the dugout with strikeouts to lead the Angels to an 8-3 North League victory Wednesday night in major league action. The Angels were led by hitters Wade Bazar (l-for-4, two RBI), Eric Hellman (l-for-2) and Bryan Brown (triple). ' A's7, Royals 6 Rudy Villarreal scored on a fielder's choice by Derrick Haggerty, who went 3-for-4 with six RBI, to lift the A's to victory. Haggerty also slammed a three-run homer. The A's were also led by C.T. Wade (2-for-2) and Villarreal (3-for-4). The Royals' Brent Emerson went 3-for-3 and drove in two runs. Lan Guenther tripled, and Terry Buckles had a hit and two RBI. Chad Morrison was the losing pitcher. Mets 19, Cubs 15 Kyle Novosad and Ax Little League Huron had minor II home runs. Huron, Chris Dehayas and Trent Sessions led the defense. WEST LEAGUE Wildcats 15, Falcons 6 Ryan Smith, who went 1- for-3, raced around the bases on errors to highlight the Wildcats' victory. Pitcher Mitchel Balinger picked up the win. Demertio Ramos suffered the minor 1 loss. Cowboys 8, Rams 6 Aaron Harris and Shane Turpen shared leading batting honors with 3-for-3 nights in the minor II contest. Steers 7, Cubs 6 Victor Schwamkrug fanned 10 batters for the minor 1 win. Joey Hodges went 2-for-3 and Beau Beavers circled the bases due to errors. Overtime victories tie series at 2-2 for Rangers, Whalers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Both the New York Rangers and Hartford Whalers did some overtime work, and it paid off in their respective National Hockey League playoff series. "We never quit tonight," left wing Don Maloney said Wednesday night after New York's dramatic 6-5 overtime victory over Washington tied their Patrick Division final at two games apiece. "We're working hard, we have a lot of discipline and the guy in the net (John Vanbiesbrouck) is coming up big." The Whalers find themselves in precisely the same position as the Rangers: underdogs who have risen up to tie their series. Their latest effort resulted in a 2-1 overtime victory over Montreal on Wednesday night that tied their Adams Division final at 2-2. Ironically, both the Rangers and the Whalers won the opening games of their series and lost the next two before winning. They both resume with Game 5 Friday night with New York at Washington and Hartford at Montreal. In Stanley Cup action tonight, Calgary hosts the Edmonton Oilers holding a surprising 2-1 lead in their Smythe series over the two-time defending Stanley Cup champions and Toronto, also a surprising 2-1 leader in the Norris, entertains St. Louis. Rangers 6, Capitals 5 Bob Brooke, who tied the game with a goal late in the third period, scored the game winner 2:40 into overtime to lift the Rangers over the Capitals. The Rangers, who seemed a defeated team in the third period, rallied to tie the game 5-5 when Brooke connected from the slot at 17:25 of the third period to force the overtime period. Brooke, a right wing, then drove in a 30-footer from the right faceoff circle to beat Capitals goaltender Pete Peeters on his left side after stealing an errant pass from behind his own net by Washington defenseman Scott Stevens. NHL playoffs Whalers 2, Canadlens 1 Kevin Dineen scored an unassisted goal 1:07 into overtime, lifting the Whalers over the Canadians. Dineen picked the puck up in the neutral zone, stepped around defenseman Larry Robinson and lifted a wrist shot over Canadiens goalie Patrick Roy. Mats Naslund had scored a power-play goal with 7:38 remaining in regulation to tie the game. The puck popped out of a crowd of players in front of the net and Naslund lifted it over the outstretched glove of Whalers goalie Steve Weeks. Unlike the previous two games, both won by the Canadiens, the Whalers scored first. Dean Evason passed to Sylvain Turgeon, who went in alone on Roy. The shot from close range was partially deflected by Roy and stuffed into the net by Stewart Gavin at 13:53 of the first period. SMYTHE DIVISION Calgary finished 30 points behind Edmonton in the Smythe race, but is more than holding its own against the Oilers. The Flames have captured the series lead by scoring first and pressing the Oilers in all three zones, nullifying most of the scoring strength of stars such as Wayne Gretzky, Jari Kurri and Paul Coffey. Fast-skating Edmonton has been left playing catch-up, reversing a pattern established during the regular season when the Flames managed only one win and a tie in eight games against their provincial rivals. NORRIS DIVISION The Maple Leafs, who finished with the worst record of all the 16 Stanley Cup playoff teams, hope to continue the kind of play that brought them 3-0 and 5-2 victories in their last two games. The Maple Leafs, who swept Norris Division champion Chicago in three games in the first round, have not progressed this far in NHL .playoffs since 1978. YMCA GYMNASTS MEMBERS OF Baytown YMCA's gymnastics team are (from left, front row) Shelley Westendorf, Allison Crunk, Catherine Relyea, Tammy Murphy, Shelly Borel and Angle Troutman. (Back row) Rachel Cuoco, Melissa Thorson, Sabrina Smith, Amberly Tiner, Stacy Garcia and Michelle Brock. 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