The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 25, 1986 · Page 17
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
April 25, 1986

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 17

Publication:
Location:
Baytown, Texas
Issue Date:
Friday, April 25, 1986
Page:
Page 17
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 17 article text (OCR)

THE BAYTOWN SUN Friday, April 2S, U Scoreboard City standings As o< April 11 MONDAY Mcn'lA Angels Mine & Yours ................ Baiyt, Brewers ............... Carman ...................... Tigers ...................... Men's B Anahuac Rangers ............ Bayt. Runners ............... Bad News .................... Blazers .............. Shifters ...................... Men's C Mine i Yours ................ Morgan's Patrol ............. Bill Blake's Bunch ........... Group W Cable .............. The Mob ..................... Seagull ...................... Zachary BOP ................ Southern Sales ............... Co-Rec The Wall ..................... Is! Presbyterian ............. Kxxon Expos . ..... Night Liles ................... Gulf Coast Hospital .......... Rhodes Vending .............. Women's B 4 C On Our Own .................. Carinan's Chance ............. G raphic Assurance ........... Group W Satellites ........... Challengers ................ Hayl Busters ......... ...... Hayl Stars .................. Medi 1'lex Mashers. . . . TUESDAY Men's B Memorial Ked ............. Randall's .................. Crack-up ................ Uavtown Colts ............ Blue Birds .............. BayKmn Motors ........... Cruisers .............. Men's Church C North 1st Bap! Bayt Boys l'R Church of Christ ....... The Brothers . ..... . ..... Is.1 Bapl. Highlands ........ Vvooster Hapt ....... ....... Men's Church C South Is! Hupt Crosby ..... Memorial Hlue Mi-mono! < >TH ..... ...... 1st Hnpl Highlands <J race Methodist ........ Trinity Tabernacle . . I si Christian Church ..... 1 nmty Kpiscopal ..... Co-Rec i >U Motors I'lL-mentlne Bids ....... Haiders I'ro-Ad Bill's Video Alton Place Aces l!iiil Bapt Alliance Hible WEDNESDAY Men's A Tigers Ar.Bi-N t'ltppvrs Caimans H.ivtuu n Brewers Mint- A Your* Men's CEast .1 I. Rebel!N rifkin£ Crt'u Kxvin Bdl' Uiui-a l it y Slick«-rs Mill Plumbing Oilmen Men's C West Mine i Yours Kilt services X-llal Marian's Patrol Mobay Misllls Hill BJake's Bunch Nhootinn Star* . . Wcmtlholln* Warriors Industrial KMCt) . . Arrow Kt^ii Mix IVxjb Spi-ci-iKies XX i lut> W;,p \\,,p BIIPl.,iki-rs \1HPP THURSDAY Men's B Haytovui HunluTN . IllariT:. Ha\ t<m n Colts I'rutst'r* Blur Hints An.ihu;tf K;inger> !)<.' Us Men's Church B Mc-mori.il Hi-d W L ..4 0 .2 2 ..2 2 ..1 3 ..1 3 2 2 1 3 \ 2 A \ .4 1 .4 I .3 2 .3 2 .1 4 .1 4 .0 5 1 0 .0 I 0 I .0 1 .2 0 .1 0 . I 0 .1 1 .0 0 .0 1 .0 1 .0 2 3 U .2 1 2 1 -2 1 2 1 .11 3 0 -1 4 1 4 1 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 3 .0 4 .V 4 5 0 4 1 4 1 3 2 2 3 1 4 1 4 j U 4 1 1 4 I 4 II 5 .i I) 5 II 3 2 3 2 3 U 2 I 2 1 I 1 1 2 5 U 4 II tad Bapt z 3 CBMets 2 3 CB Bapt. Saints i j 1st Bapt. Bay town 1 3 Redeemer Lutheran 0 4 WoBMo'iCburth CBBapt 3 1 " Trinity Tabernacle 2 0 CB Methodist 2 l Memorial Bapt 2 i WoosterBapt l 2 Critters i 3 The Sisters 0 3 FRIDAY Men's C North Stallions 4 I Mobay Misfits 4 1 Eagles 4 1 Bayt. Community Church 2 3 WireNuts 2 3 Lucas Painting 2 3 Mobay Poly Carb 2 3 Shooting Stars 0 5 Men's C Sooth H&H Plumbing 5 0 GroupWCable 4 1 Poo) & Spas 3 2 Pub Si Cue 2 3 West Gamblers 2 3 1st Church o( God 2 3 The Nuggets l 4 TEC l 4 5-pltch Roadrunners 3 l Bandits 3 l Half Pints 2 l Blue Jays 2 2 Bears .. 1 2 Li'l Rascals 0 4 Minor League Tigerettes 5 0 Blue Angels 4 I SuperStars 3 l Mustangs 2 l Roadrunners .2 2 Silver Dollars 2 2 Cool Kids 1 2 Swingers 1 3 Purple Fixes l 3 Pizza Kids U 3 Rainbows 0 4 Junior League Fillies :) o Royals 3 1 Comets 2 l Angels 1 2 Terminators l 3 Outlaws 0 2 Senior League Lightning Bolls 3 1 Scorpions 22 Aces 2 2 Stars 1 3 • San Jac Supercross April 21 Results Age 9-11 Cruiser 1 J.R. Murray. 2. B.J Weaver. 3 Chuck Rickard Age 13-14 Cruiser 1 Chris Jennngs. 2 Wesley Wooley; 3. George Rickard Age 7 Intermediate 1 Lee Graham. 2 Kevin Esies. 3 Kenneth Bovle Age 7 Girls 1 Niki Murray. 2 Libby Grace Age 9 Intermediate 1. Jason Lant/. 2 Scott Freeman. 3 Ken Loggins Age 10 Expert 1. J R Murray. 2 Chris Rickard. :) IJanr.y Cornwell. Age 11-12 Girls I JulieDotson. 2 Tessa l.antz Age 12 Novice 1, Jerry Swartz: 2. Donny Akers. ?, Js-iOnCorley Age 12 Intermediate I Buddy Howell. 2 Chuck Kickard. 3 Jason Foster Age 12 Expert 1 Stephen (Jibbs. 2 Jason Tor tonce. 3 Tommv Wood Age 13 Girts 1 Kim Wilson; 2 Alison Tatum Age H Intermediate 1 Carl Tyler. 2 Cesar Martinez. 3 Randy Dyer Age 15 Expert 1 Todd Mitchell. 2 Bnen Vilz: 3 Chris Jennings. Age 16 Novice 1 Bryan Parsons; 2 Arthur Gon- jales, 3 Wesley Wooley Age 17 I over Expert I Marshall Stems. 2. George Jones. 3 Mark Gibbs April 19 Results Age 4 Intermediate 1 Paul Yeagley. 2 Krica Gearing. 3 F.ihan Baker Age 6 Expert 1 Noel Baker. 2 Lee Graham. 3 Jonathan Gearing Age 7 Girls 1 Niki Murray. 2. Ulna Boul Age 8 Intermediate 1 Aaron Lewis. 2 Shaun Chicli'ster. 3 Joey Spates Age 9 Novice 1 Ken Loggins. 2 Michael Can- ooa; 3. Cr«lg Price. 1. Jessica Gearing; 2- Jaquellne Chldester. 1. Jason Lantz; 2. Jason Seiker; 3. Darry! Cannon. A«e 10 Expert t. J. Rat Murray; 2. Danny Cornwell; 3. Chris Rickard. Age 11 Novtec L Donny Akers; 2. Chad Kitchens; 3. Brent Midkiff. Age 1Z Novice 1. Jerry Swartz; 2. Jason Inman; 3. Joe Burton. Age 12 Intermediate 1. Willie Gillespiei 2. Chuck Rickard; 3. Danny Chamlee. Age 12 Expert 1. Stephen Gibbs; 2. Bubba Stark; 3. Benjy Boul. Age 14 Intermediate 1. Carl Tyler; 2. Doug Procter; 3. Richard Wooley. Age 14 Expert 1. Chris Jennings; 2. Cecil Parker; 3. Shawn Latta. Age 15 Novice 1. Marc Schmack; 2. Jimmy Brown; 3. Kris Walker. Age 15 Expert 1. Mike Hoadley; 2. Steven Nettles; 3. Craig Van Winkle. Age 16 1 over 1. William Atkinson Jr ; 2. Marshall Siems; 3. Mark Gibbs & Steven Powers (lie). Age 9-11 Cruiser 1 . J Rat Murray ; 2. Erik Hanson, 3. Chuck Rickard. Age 13- 15 Cruiser 1. Briev Vitz; 2. Shawn Latla; 3 Doug Procter Age 33 li over Cruiser 1. G.K. Jennings. 2. Mike Sieker: 3 Frank Cassidy. April 17 Results Cruiser 1 Shawn Latla; 2. J. Rat Murray. 3 George Rickard. Age 4 Novice 1 Christopher Radney; 2. Jonathan Wyman. Age 7 Expert 1 Brandon Licatino. 2 Joey Spates; 3. Niki Murray. Age 10 Intermediate 1 Jason Lantz; 2. Ken Loggins; 3. Jason Sieker. Age 10 Ex pert !. J Rat Murray. 2. Danny Cornwell; 3 Chris Rickard. Age 11-13 Girls 1 Kim Wilson; 2. Julie Dotson: 3. Tessa Lantz Age 12 Intermediate I Benjy Boul: 2 Willie Gillespie: 3 Stacc Tyler. Age 14 Intermediate 1 Steven Gibbs: 2. Handy Dyer; 3 Carl Tyler. Age JS Expert 1 Steven Nettles. 2. Shawn Latta: 3 Ralph Winters Age 16 A over Expert 1 George Jones. 2 . A reel I Jacob: 3. Mark Gibbs Detroit t Baltimore S Bocton 8 Cleveland 7 Toronto 6 Milwaukee 5 < .571 3>// 7 .533 3 7 .533 3 7 .500 3V, 9 .400 5 t .3*5 5 .f25 .571 .500 .467 .438 .438 .286 Baseball Major Leagues NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division L Pet. GB New York SI Louis 7 5 S83 1' Pittsburgh ..55 .500 2' Chicago 5 7 417 Philadelphia 5 7 417 Montreal S 8 3K5 West Division Houston HI 5 6fi7 — San Kranci>co 10 :> 667 — San Diego R 7 5:13 2 Cincinnati . .T 7 417 3'_• Atlanta 5 a 357 4 1 .. Los Angeles . . .6 11 35'.! 5 Thursday's games Chicago 7. Montreal 5 Philadelphia 4. Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 3. Houston 0 New York j. -SI Louis 4, 10 innings Los Angeles 6. Atlanta 3 (inly games scheduled Friday's games Montreal il'ibbs 2 -Oi at Chicago Kckersley U-l • Philadelphia i K Gross u-2 < at PH- tsburijh t Keuschel 2-11. im Cincinnati "Browning 0-1 ! at Hou.ston t R\ an 2-2 i. i n i New York idooden 2U> at St Louis i!lortonO-l >. mi San Francisco iGotl 0-0> at Son Diego i Thurmond 1-11.1 nf Atlanta 'Johnson 2-01 at Los Angeles c Welch 2-0'. i n > AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB . York 11 4 733 — California ......... 10 6 Texas ............. 8 6 Oakland ........... 8 8 KansasCity ....... 7 8 Minnesota ......... 7 9 Seattle ............ 7 9 Chicago ........... 4 10 Thursday 'i games New York 2, Cleveland l Seattle 3, Oakland 1 Friday's Games Cleveland (Candiottl 1-1) at New York (Niekro 1-0), (n) Chicago (Dotson u-2) at Detroit (Petry 1-2), (n) Toronto (Alexander 2-1) at Baltimore (Davis 1-0), (n) Milwaukee (Hlguera 1-1) at Texas (Guzman 1-2), (n) Boston (Boyd 1-1) at Kansas City (Leibrandl2-0), (n) California (Slaton 2-0) at Minnesota (Blyleven 1-0), (n) Seattle (Young 2-1) at Oakland l Haas 3-0), (n) NBA playoffs First round (Best-of-flve) Eastern Conference Chicago vs. Boston Tuesday, April 22 Boston 122, Chicago 104. Boston wins series 3-0 Detroit vs. Atlanta Tuesday, April 22 Detroit 106. Atlanta 97. Atlanta leads series 2-1 Friday. April 25 Atlanta at Detroit Sunday, April 27 Detroit at Atlanta, if necessary New Jersey vs. Milwaukee Tuesday, April 22 Milwaukee 118. New Jersey 113. Milwaukee wins series 3-4) Washington vs. Philadelphia Thursday, April 24 Washington 116. Philadelphia ill. series tied 2-2 Sunday, April 27 Washington at Philadelphia Western Conference San Antonio vs. Los Angeles Lakers Wednesday, April 23 Los Angeles Lakers 114. San Antonio 94. Los Angeles wins series :i-0 Sacramento vs. Houston Tuesday, April 22 Houston 113, Sacramento 98. Houston wins series 3-0 Portland vs. Denver Thursday, April 24 Denver 116. Portland 112. Denver wins series 3-1 Utah vs. Dallas Wednesday. April 23 Utah 100. Dallas 98. Dallas leads series 2-1 Friday, April 25 Dallas at Utah Sunday. April 27 Utah at Dallas, if necessary YMCA GYMNASTS MEMBERS OF Baytown YMCA's gymnastics team are (from left, front row) Jody Pentecost, Brent Pentecost and Brian Pentecost. (Back row) Lan Fuller, Kevin Rhoads and James Cupps. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) Understanding the game of baseball From Page 1-B "You mean boring," she said. "No, I mean that baseball players aren't just standing around all the time," I said. "They're constantly making decisions." "You mean like where to scratch themselves next?" she asked. Fighting off the impulse to throw a table lamp, I said, "No. There are countless decisions that a baseball player has to make in every game. On every pitch, an infielder has to decide whether to play off the line or guard it. An outfielder has to decide, based on who's at the plate, whether to move in a few steps or to move back. The manager has to decide if the pitcher has had enough, and whether it's time to take him out and bring in a new one. He has to decide whether to bring in a left- hander or right-hander. These decisions are made by everyone on the team before practically every pitch." "Oh," she said. I felt that I was losing her. I feared that she would soon turn her full attention back to the notorious and, to her, more interesting paperwork. "It's not easy to explain," I said. "But baseball is a lot more complex and difficult than it appears to be on television. You almost have to have played the game to really understand what I'm talking about." • "I have played it," she said. "There's nothing complex or difficult about it at all. If you hit the ball you run to first. If you miss the ball, you go back and sit down." "I'm not talking about softball in high school gym class," I said. "We're talking about real baseball where there are hit-and-runs, sacrifice bunts and squeeze plays. Real baseball has stolen bases, curve balls, knuckle balls and designated hitters." Unfortunately, the discussion was over. I'll probably never know if my point was made, but hers was. Thinking about it, if you hit the ball you run to first. If you miss the ball, you go back and sit down. My wife understands baseball. Rebels will host San Jacinto Saturday From Page 1-B Misc Transactions BASEBALL American League New York Yankees — Placed B'jtch Wynegar. catcher, on the 15- day disabled lisl retroactive to April 21. Called up Phil Lombard!, catcher, from Columbus ot the International League. National League Pittsburgh Pirates — Signed U L Washington, shortstop, to a minor league contract with Hawaii o! the Pacific Coast League. Houston Astros — Placed Jim Deshaies. pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list. Called up John Mizerock. catcher, from Tucson of the Pacific Coast League St. Louis Cardinals — Reactivated Danny Cox. pitcher, from Ihe 21-day disabled list. Optioned Kurt Kepshire. pitcher, to Louisville of the American Association. capturing another in a long line of crowns. They are 12-2 in league play, with six games remaining. "There was a time not too long ago when we were probably the better team," Smith said. "After the Laredo tournament, I felt like we were the best team there. "Everyone was performing at a level that made us competitive with everybody. We played some pretty strong non-conference teams, and we played them well." But, ill timing as it may have been for the Rebels, something happened once league activity began. After splitting doubleheaders with Laredo and Blinn College, the Rebels proceeded to lose games in pairs to San Jacinto, Alvin Community College and, last but not least, Texas Southmost College. Yes, the same Texas Southmost team 'that was 2-22 before LC visited Brownsville. "When we lost to Southmost, we realized we were in last place. We knew we were bad," Smith said. Since then, the Rebels' play has been up and down. "We've just got to go out and play baseball," Smith said. "We know who they will pitch against us, and we know their personnel inside and out. We're the underdog now." State blue cat mark is set Dayton U^TIRE 9O DAYS Dayton Tire By JIM KYLE The state record for blue catfish has been erased after less than three months. Sammie Roberson of Cold Springs pulled out a 71-pound blue from below the dam at Lake Livingston. The 70-pound, 4-ounce blue caught at Lake Texoma has dropped to second on the state record list. . . Marsha Helmuth of Baytown caught the second tagged striped bass from Trinity Bay. The fish weighed 7 pounds. Marsha returned the tag to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department iny\ustin. . . Area lakes' larger black bass are starting to move off nests into deeper water. Some small bass are still in shallow water. Cfappie are moving deeper, too Lake Livingston: Crappie are Outdoor report found in water 10-14 feet deep in creeks. Stripers are below dam up to 10 pounds. Sam Rayburn: Bass are fair along bank, taking cranks and worms. White bass and stripers along river channel. Toledo Bend: Bass catches are good on Ral-L-Traps and spin- nerbaits. Crappies can be found in holes, hitting jigs and minnows. Striped bass are in deep treelines along the channel. Lake Conroe: Bass are hitting worms on points. Good catches of crappie can be had on jigs and minnows. Trinity Bay: Nice trout are being taken along the shoreline. Wind is a hindrance, but fishing is good when it's fairly calm. SAME AS CASH Racial traction *53 97 fuel efficiency! Dayton Blue Ribbon IV Steel Belted Radial • Two steel belts tor strength and durability • Easv-roliing radial polyester cord body conserves gas 185/80R 1 3 /Bias-ply tires at budget prices! Dayton iThorobred Poly *26 " CUSTOM WHEEL Block. Silv«f ex Gold • Ckon ovrodynarnic **OP* with honeyconb panrm • Lot«t Sect i^nk Technology dit upatn broke generated hear TO mirvm n* f acKrtg acid to'We Reilly turns in best score I H^f-SEISfi: .THE WOODLANDS — Former Bay Ionian Mickey Reilly, now of The Woodlands, fired a 68 Wednesday in the Houston Open Pro-Am Tournament. jThe round, made up of five birdies and a bogie, was the low sdbre of the day for professional on amateur players. He shot 36 on; the front side of the Tournament Players Course and 32 on the back nine. Beilly is a former golf star at Robert E. Lee. He then went on toVplay at University of Arkansas. Dfiodgers gain 14-13 win ?An eight-run fifth inning rally by the West Chambers A's wfesn't enough to stop the West Chambers Dodgers from earning a 14-13 victory Thursday Sports briefs night in West Chambers County Pony League action. Grady Barber was the winning pitcher and Dugan Trevathan took the loss. Barber also hit a home run. In other league action, the West Chambers Cardinals defeated the Anahuac Texans 133. Chad Ernst was the winning pitcher and Ray Lewis suffered the loss. Games set for Tuesday are as follows: Cardinals vs. A's, 6 p.m., McLeod Park in Mont Belvieu; Highlands Pirates vs. Dodgers, 8 p.m., McLeod Park; and Texans vs. Highlands Cardinals, 6 p.m., at Highlands. •1C. '9C SALE PtKID °° BRIGHT ANODI7ED ALUMINUM FINISH Long-wearing, fuel efficient radial whitewalls! Dayton Tho>abt»d $•••1 l*n»d »od.ol lm/rM-14 |l*t/7H II HJM/7W-U M.4T 41. II •f.M lli/M* *34" i tt.'•**•)> >i.»| ..T^-7.' * r MARCH DIALS! Twtgfft* Protectors Dotoxo Chroma Truck Stop Pfato* F«U-wf Ufl Wroftcfc LONG'S TIRE N M M\ Ride off on a Deere. Enter our Deere Season Giveaway. Spring is just around the corner, so now is the time to visit your John Deere dealer to stock up on the latest equipment from Deere's complete lawn and garden line. And while you're there, go ahead and sign up for the Deere Season Giveaway, your chance to win a 100 Series Lawn Tractor, 21-inch self-propelled lawn mower, edgers, trimmers, blowers and a whole lot more. No purchase is necessary, and you don't even have to be present to win. One hundred lawn and garden prizes are up for grabs, so don't miss out on the action at your John Deere dealer. The Deere Season Giveaway. It starts March 1 at your local John Deere dealer. And remember, you can't win if you don't enter, so hurry and sign up today for your chance to win. Ei»y tomrn m Aprt 30, KM. M Participating John Deere Dealers Baytown Air-Cool Engine 3018N. Hwy. 146 Baytown, Texas 77520 (713)422-5188 « * p^k^Mng John Dm* DMtan. No puctaw ii «* to tonw*d 10 John 0m Convey; Ban* OUto.. Otfta,' i tor* r

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page