Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 3, 1975 · Page 57
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 57

Lubbock, Texas
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Thursday, April 3, 1975
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8-D—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Thursday Evening, April 3, 1975 Line Drives Fail Fall; Tech Splits With Wildcats By WALT McALEXANDEB Avalanche-£0urn»l Sports Staff Texas Tech was forced to settle for its second douWcheader split in as many days Wednesday as the Red Raiders' line drives failed to fall in the nightcap. With Jerry Lee and Lloyd Cummings combining for a two-hitter in the opener, the Raiders roared to a 5-0 victory, evening their season's mark al 15-15. But in the nightcap, Abilene Christian struck for five runs in the first two frames and, v/'M centerfielder Roy ChurchiF chasing down seven Texas Tech shots, managed to hold on for a 6-5 verdict. The Raiders will regroup today and plan their tactics for a three-game SWC series with SMU, beginning at 3 p.m. Friday. In the opening game \Vcdnes day, Lee, who was ticketed to throw only ?.0 pitches in prepar ation for Friday's action, had a no-hitter through four frames and had walked just one batter . Bill Whitaker ruined the no hit bit with a single to righ with two down in the fifth against Cummings and then Randy Overall singled to righ leading off the seventh. , Tech got the only rim i needed in the first when Brya Cowan, who had an 11-gume hitting streak snapped in th second game, walked, took sec ind on a passed ball and score on Mike Bewley's two-out dou ble to left. Kim Nikkei singled in Bewlej in the third and Cowan score on an error in the fourth, mak ing it 3-0. In the sixth, Gar; Sims beat out his second infiel hit of the day, went to secom on a passed ball and took thirc on a wild pitch as Ronnie Matt son walked. Mattson stole sec ond and took third when Bew ley's sacrifice fly scored Sims And Stan Lambert's secon wild pilch of the day platei Mattson, making it 5-0. In the finale, ACC, now 8-1G started quickly off Mark Le Pori. Churchill walked and the in quick order Reid Huffma tripled to the right field corne and Alan Lakatta singled, mak ing it 2-0. ACC came back in the secon as Terry Underwood and Chu rchill beat out infield nubber sandwiched around Whitaker' line shot to right and then La] a'tta's two-out double to the lef field corner cleared the bases. Tech came back for two un earned runs off winner Calvi Bankes in the second as Gar Long reached on an error, Jim Horton was hit by a pitch Nikkei singled for a run an Tom Haley's fly to center ne ted the second. AGO nbrhrbllecb abrhr Churchill cl 3000 Cowon Ib 321 lackey 2b a 0 0 0 Sims dh 412 Huflntan ss 3000 Mattson ss 210 Sullivan Uh 1000 Bewlcy r( 311! Und«woo<l c 3 0 0 0 Foster 3b 201 Overall It 3010 Horton cl 402 Uecie rt 3 0 0 t) Nikkei H 402 Wiiitaier 3b 3010 Haley c -'01 .'Hamilton lu 2000 Cabtle -l> 300 Lakatta ph 1000 Tolalg 25 0 - 0 Totals 27 5 II ACC MO W° 0- Yoch 101 102 \-5 K—Horton. Nikkei. Hamilton, Underwood :; Churchill. Foster. LOB— ,VCC 6, Tcoh lL DP—T-'ch 1. IB— Bewley. Overall. f?B —Cowan. Malison 2. SB"—Bewley. Iff II It KB BB SO Lambert (L, 2-3) 6 It 5 3 6 7 Lcc (L. 3-1) 4 00011 Cummlnzs 3 20010 \VP—Lambert 2. PS— Underwood 2. SAVE—Cummings. ACC got its final—and win-j ng—run in the fourth, off re- ever Val Morin. Churchill cached on a two-out error by oah Castle at second and luffman's double to right rought the run home. The Raiders scored in the fth as Sims tripled to left cen er on the first pitch of the nning and Bewley's sacrifice y made it 6-3. In the sixth, the Raiders almost pulled it out. Nikkei sin- led with one down and Castle cached on a two-out error by rst-sacker Scotty Sullivan. !owan walked to load the sacks nd Sims's blooper to right cut he deficit to one. But Mattson's ine-drive- to left was hauled in y Wildcat shortstop Huffman nd ACC reliever Paul Walker etired Tech 1-2-3 in the sev- nth. Horton made an outstanding :alch in center and Bewlcy vhosc relay to Mattson anc hen to Haley cut down an ACC run at the plate in the seventh a circus grab in right, rame of the nightcap, also had The Raiders now stand 10- fhomo this year with six games G allremaining. WC GIVE J GRCEN STAMPS BRITANNICA JUNIOR ENCYCLOPAEDIA "FEATURING UNITED'S PROTEN \n TENDER BLADE CUT OF BEEF LB GREEN STAMPS TUB-O-CHICKEN CONTAINS • 2 LEGS .2 THIGHS 2 WINGS 2 BREAST QUARTERS PLUS GIBLETS Ace SECOND CA.M1! till T h rt>l Xedi Churchill cf 3320 Cowan Ib Huffman ss 4132 Kims dh I,nkntta dli 4024 Million ss SuMivan Ib 4000 liewlcy rf Nunez rt 3 0 0 0 I/WE 31) Ov.-rnK If 3000 .McMftJIan 3!) 0 0 0 0 Ho:t 2h 2000 TostCi- rii 1 (1 0 0 Underwood c 3 1 I 0 Horton c! Whilaker 3b 3110 Nikkei If Haley r r\isll^ 2b Total] 23 G 9 G Totuls ACC 231) Teen 020 E—Haley. Holl. Sullivan :. Castle: i,OB —ACC •). Toch ": 2B—l^ikallj. Huffman 2: 3R—Huffman. Sims; SB—Sln^: SF—Haley. Bewlcy. 11 Jlankes IW, :-( Fuller I iforin HBP—by Hankcs (Horloni. II I! Ell BB SO II 3 I 2 0 00001 65511 013 BALK- I .;. FH—Undcrwcxxl. SAVK— Fuller. Wednesday's Scorecard PRO BASKETBALL NBA fiealtlc 99, KC-Omaha M ItoMon M. Buffalo !>2 Washington 112 Houston So Detroit 07. Chicago S3 A Tl A Kentucky 68. Virginia fl New York U9. Memnhis 1)7 Utah 119. Indnoa 112 St. Loul lit. San liicza 110 1'RO HOTKEY .VHI, Vancouver 3. Vallfornla 0 Atlanta 3. Toronlon 0 I/os Anseles 5. SI. Ixmls 2 Montreal 6, Pittsburgh 0 Detroit 8 Washington 3 WHA Houston 7. Cleveland 6 Quebec 5. Minnesota 3 Vancouver 6. Winnlwg 4 LATI.V r.BAGCE SOFTBALL Clark 8. OrtKlnals 2 Aztecs 6. Veterans 2 Rookies 7. Luhbock Ford Traotor 5 Classics 14. Los L«tlno» 2 Clark 11. Tramps 6 Originals 16. Los Latlnoi 13 Veterans 16, Lubbock Ford Tractor 1 Kl Ray Lumberjacks 6. tloo^ics 3 si/)W rrrcH SOFTBAI^ 3. C. Roberts 13, Tfellowhouse Waclii- ticry 0 Raiders 23. rltlnvlew fi Reese 11, Budwelser 10 Blars 33, Rich Wlnw 8 Kentucky Fried Chlclccn IS. Famous Brand Shoes 3 Plalnvlew 24, Tellowhousc Machinery 7 Jludwolser iS. Rich Wln«» 2 Budweiser 10, Plijnvlew 3 Hub City MtU 14, Famous Brand 13 Red-Carpet H. olfrord-Hill 4 Hub City Mots 14, Red Carpel 11 Raiders 27. J. C. Roberts 6 Reese 10. Stars' S College Inn 18, Kentucky Fried Chicken MOR BASKKTBALI, One-Hour ^taftlnlzln^ 24. SnoduraBT- J>f»n«r 21 Farmer's Exchange i!>. Kawasaki Good Plain* National Dank 28, Western Body Precision nrilllnif 16, WaMiam Stei^l r> Monlgomery Motors 33. Jim Turner 31 Security Nttlonnl Bank M, Mr. Trophy ROOT BEER UB. RANCH STYLE FRESH FRYER! -PARTS- SPL/TBREAST. . . . . . . .LB.89<| DRUMSTKr/cs. ..... . .ta79<l 7H/GHS. . . . . 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