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a-c THE BAYTOWN SUN SwMby, April*?. Srorrlnuu Dobte (7-15) Pi .« I .1 * .ass ? .1M S •T9C1. TEC M. Itrat Chivch ol God by Major Leagues NATIONAL LEAGUE W L NewYorfc ......... 9 SI. Louis .......... 7 PhUwteipttl* ...... 6 PltUtxirgh ........ S Montreal .......... 6 Chicago ........... S Wttt Division Pet. .750 .538 .455 .429 .385 GB 3'i 4 4't 1>M It, Dobte 10 South H«ttto>l,Stcritac! Deer P«rk 7, FUyburn 0 North Shore », Paudeiu 6 rrWtjr'sgwM North Shore 1*. Stcrllnc 2 RayburnS. Lee 2 Deer Park 7, Pasadena 1 Dob* S. South Houston 5 Houston 11 5 .688 — San Francisco—10 6 .625 i San Diego.. 9 V .563 2 Atlanta 6 9 .400 4'= Cincinnati 5 8 .385 4 1 * Los Angeles 6 12 .333 6 Friday's games Montreal 4, Chicago?, 11 innings Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3 • Houston 3, Cincinnati 1 NewYork9,St. Louisfl San Diego 9. San Francisco 8. 12 Innings Atlanta 4. Los Angeles 1 Saturday's games New York (Fernandez l-Oi al Si, Louis < Cox 0-0) Philadelphia (Hudson 1-11 alPitt- • sburgh (McWilliamsO-11 Montreal lYoumans 0-2) at Chicago i Hoffman o-o I Cincinnati (GuJlickson 0-11 at . Houston (Scott 1-2), (n) Atlanta (Palmer 1-1) at Los Angeles (Honeycutt0-2). in) San Francisco (Mason 1-U atSan Diego (Show 0-11, (n) AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB New York 12 4 .750 — Detroit 8 7 .533 3'- Baltimore 8 8 .500 4 Boston 8 8 .500 4 Cleveland 7 8 .407 4'-j • Toronto 7 9 .438 5 Milwaukee 6 8 .429 5 West Division California 10 7 588 — Texas 8 1 533 Oakland 9 8 529 Kansas City 8 8 500 Minnesota. 8 9 471 Seattle 7 10 .412 Chicago 5 10 .333 4 Friday's games New York ID. Cleveland 3 Chicago 9, Detroit 7 Toronto 2. Baltimore 1.10 innings Milwaukee 11, Texas 1 Kansas City 6, Boston 0 Minnesota 7. California 4 Oakland 11. Seatlle2 Saturday's games Chicago (Bannister 1-2 > at Detroit (Terrell2-1) Cleveland (Candiotti l-li at New York (Whitson 1-1) Seattle (Wilcox 0-3) at Oakland IAndujarl-1) Toronto (Key 0-1) al Baltimore (Flanagan 1-2). (ni Boston (Nipper 1-2) al Kansas City (Saberhagen 1-1). (n) Milwaukee (Leary 1-11 al Texas (Correa 1-11, (n) . California (SuUon 0-2) at Minnesota (Viola3-11. in) Texas League EASTERN DIVISION W L Pel. GB •Shreveport 12 4 .750 — Arkansas y 6 .600 V • Jackson 6 9 .400 5 1 Tulsa 4 12 250 8 WESTERN DIVISION Midland 11 7 611 — San Antonio it) 8 .555 1 Beaumont 9 9 '.500 2 El Paso 0 12 .333 5 Friday's games . Midland 13. Beaumont 4 San Antonio 5. El Paso 4 Shreveport 4. Arkansas 1 Tulsa?. Jackson6 Saturday's games Beaumont at Midland El Pascal San Anlomo Shreveport at Arkansas (2) Jackson at, Tulsa 23 : 5A standings City leagues Deer Park (19-4) N.Shore 116-6)... Sterling < 14-10) . Lee (9-14 > S.Houston 116-81. Rayburni 11-121 . W .11 ..9 ..6 6 . . 5 ..4 L 1 3 G 6 7 8 Pet. .917 .750 .500 .50U .417 .333 GB — 2 5 5 6 7 THURSDAY'S GAMES . CB Bapt IS, CB Methodtot II I Bapt 059 1-15 Melh 224 4-12 WP — Watson. LP — Jones. HR — Bapt.: Brumley. Trinity 11, Crittert 4 Trinity 311 24-11 Critters 002 02- 4 WP — Mueller. LP - Watson. HR - Trinity: Sultis. Critters: Watson. Tbe Sisters 13, Woo*ter Bapt. 4 The Sisters 463 0—13 Wooster 202 0— 4 WP — Land. LP — O'Connor. HR — The Sisters: Land. Memorial It, Wooster Bapt. 8 Memorial 378—18 Woosters 242— 8 WP — Elliott. LP — O'Connor. HR-Wooster: Ford. CB MeU 9, Redeemer 6 MeLs 202 002 3—9 Redeemer 000 000 6-6 WP — Jones. LP — Brockman. 1st Baptist 13, Alliance 1! Alliance Bible 361 10-11 1st Bapt 016 15-13 WP — Schmidt. LP — Gates. 2nd Bapt. 19. CB Saints 2 2ndBapl 564 40-19 Saints 100 01— 2 WP — Stevens. LP — McGagg. HR — 2nd Bapt.: Hillier, Tanner. Jones. Martin. Memorial Red 18, CB Bapt. 5 CB Bapt 00 1 40— 5 Memorial Bapt 4410 Ox—18 WP - John. LP — Busby. HR Memorial: Smith.CB: Blalock. Blue Jays 8, Bandits 7 Bandits 015 1—7 BlueJays 323 x-8 Purple Pixies 11, Rainbows 10 Rainbows 500 5—10 Pixies 155 x—11 WP — Pulcher. LP — Burns. Silver Dollars 8, Swingers 5 Swingers 500 00—5 Dollars 115 10-8 WP — Dunaway. LP — Moore. HR — Swingers; Boyett. Coy. Silver Dollars: Jones. Anahuac Rangers 7, DeltsO Anahuac Rangers def. Delts by forfeit. Cruisers 5, Blazers 2 • Blazers 000 002—2 Cruisers 020 102—5 WP — Dickens. LP — Russell. Bayt. Runners 7, Blue Birds 0 Baytown Runners def. Blue Birds • by forfeit. Bayt. Colts 10, Anahuac Rangers 9 Rangers 201 600 0- 9 Colts 351 100 0-10 WP — Dobbs. LP - Church. HR — Rangers: Lamb. Lightning Bolts23, Stars0 Bolts 100 13—23 Stars 00 0—0 WP - Pagel. LP - Hensley. HR — Bolts: Bird. Aces 10, Scorpions 0 Scorpions 000 00—0 Aces 604 Ox—10 WP - Baddie. LP — Kennedy. HR — Aces: Czerwonka. FRIDAY'S GAMES Pool 4 Spas 10, The Nuggets 8 The Nuggets 100 025— B Pool i Spas 301 24x—10 WP — Stark. LP - William. HR — Tool & Spas: LaMarr. Mobay 4, Stallions 3 Stallions 001 020—3 Mobay Misfits 300 001—4 WP — Wright. LP — Baker. Royals22, Angels IS Royals 009 13-22 Angels 129 6-18 WP — Muckenfuss. LP — Archer. HR — Angels: Landry. Henderson. Superstars 10, Pizza Kids « Pizza Kids 120 1—4 Superstars 415 x—10 WP — Sitarski. LP — Juarez. Group W Cable 14, Pub 4 Cue 2 Pub & Cue 020 00—2 Group W Cable 446 Ox—14 WP — Lopez. LP — Edwards. H4H n. W««t K4HPiumbta« 4*1 08-22 WectGamblen 000 01-1 WP — Thibodaux. LP — West. HR — Aces: Van Victor, Footenot, Linares. Ea«tas J. Itabay P«ly Cart 1 Mobay 000 Oil 0-2 Eagles 000 030 x—3 WP — Garcia. LP — Estes. LUCM Paint** «, Shootim SUn 7 Lucas 230 111 0—8 Stars 301 300 0—7 WP — Griffith. LP — Cemosek. HR-Stars: West. Baytown Church », Wire NuU S Wire Nuts 131 00-5 Baytown Comm. Church 022 13x—8 WP — Singleton. LP - Rhodes. HR-BCC: Singleton. City leagues High Tides Team high series — Bombers 2,559. Team members: Chris Campa, Thomas Clevenger. Glen Henson, David Rogers. Team high game — Missed Pins 898. Team members: Dean Hestey, Carol Thornton, Glen Thornton, John Smizer. Individual high series — Sara Fulmer 561, Cecil Powell 638. Individual high game — Chris Campa 223, Cecil Powell 242. Note: John Smizer bowled a 234 with a 142 Tverage. Classy Ladies Team high series — Coming Back 3,032. Team members: Kim Schells, Clare Piepho, Elizabeth Hartshorne. Kathleen Watkins, Donna Halvorsen. Team high game — Coming Back 1.116. Individual high series — Susan Gregory 625. Individual high game — Susie Arnold 230. Morning Stars Team high series — No. 14 Pin Tappers 2,286. Team members: Mary Kirkham. Aline Foxworth. Maria Saphos, Carol Ware. Team high game — No. 14 Pin Tappers 789. Individual high series — Marsha Hanson 527. Individual high game — Alice Phillips 201. Bay Mixers Team high series — Jo Mama's 3,118. Team members: Dan McGrew, Jo McGrew. Kellie Carter. Bill Hatlield, Ray Tillman. Team high game — Transformers 1,101. Team members: Lonnie Whitfield. Laura Whitfield, Larry Brockelman, Hattie Brockelman. Lawrence Frank. Individual high series — Penney Serda 573, Ray Tillman 669. Individual high game — Hattie Brockelman 217. Joey Ferguson 245. Hurricane Mixers Team high series — High Times 3.075. Team members: Don Houska. Elaina Little, Brenda Houska, Charlie Little, Cecil Powell. Team high game — Dutch Holland Olds 1 082. Team members: Al Hotchkiss. Barbara West, Kuth Lucas. Daphna Hotchkiss. Harold West. Individual high series — Brenda Houska 571. Dick Hagen 599. Individual high game — Ruth Lucas 234, Chevy Miller 224. Hurricane Outcast Team high series — Assorted Nuts 3,279. Team members: Cindy Davis, Bob Davis. Curtis Guidry, Vickie Guidry. Donny Wilson. Team high game — Assorted Nuts l.)45. Individual high series — Rosie Jamison 544. Donny Wilson 651. Individual high game — Rosie Jamison 197. Ray Allen 268. Notes: Ray Allen bowled 100 pins over average game and 150 over average series and Donny Wilson bowled 100 pins over average game ard 150 pins over average series. Wood Winds Team high series — Coming Back ' 3.111. Team members: Vicki Romero. Vicki Torres. Vic Robinson, Cherry Johnston. Joe Torres. Team high game — Coming Back 1.133. Individual high series — Mary Jo Carlson 569. Joe Torres 628. Individual high game — Gladys Kolrla 222. Harold Slewarl 243. B.F.D. Team high series — Three Too Much 2,019. Team members: -Mike Taylor, Chris Romero. Joe Torres. T«wat hie* game — Three Too Much 114. Individual W«h series Cora Shivers (17, Joe Torres 714. Individual hifh game - Dolly Tlm- mlas 22«, Don Istrt JS4. U.S. ttaalMtasd Team high series — O' HeU 3,0*2. Team members: Kathy Cannon. Hank Wilson, Betty Hill, John Cannon, Al Hill. Team high game — O' Hell 1,142. Individual high series Kathy Cannon 550, Ricky Martin 706. Individual high game — Pat Swanson 207, Leo Munoz 278. Thursday MorBtDg Trio Team high series — Bush Wackers 1,733. Team members: Teresa Wehmeyer, Marie Bush, Christina Statum. Team high game - Bush Wackers 631. Individual high series — Christina Statum 522. Individual high game — Christina Statum 190. Best UtUe League io Texas Team high series — Late Comers 2,442. Team members: Helen Kinnamon, Frances Ray, Vanicc Wallace Maudie Roberts. Team high game — Alley Bugs 884. Team members: Leara Padgett, Betty Whatley, Hazle Sledge, Cherry Cannon. Individual high series — Helen Kinnamon 517. Individual high game — Leara Padgett. Note; Leara Padgett bowled 103 pins over ave. Helen Kinnamon bowled 103 pins over ave. Ma 4 Pa Team high series — Friday Night Special 3.185. Team members: Hatlie Brockelman, Herschel Badgett. Debbie Badgetl, Larry Brockelman, Jake Singer. Team high game — Friday Night Specials 1,131. Individual high series — Glynaria McNees 620. Ken Burrell 651. Individual high game — Glynaria McNees 214. Ken Burrell 246. Golf SWC Tournament Laurie, Savage lone news on cage front LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (API First-round scores Friday in the Southwest Conference golf tournament at Pleasant Valley Country Club I par is 72): Jorge Coghlan. A&M 35-36-71 Mike Standly, Houston 34-37—71 Roque Baecker, Tech 36-36—72 Steve Jackson, Houston... 36-36—72 Brad Wilhile, TCU 36-37-73 Chip Carter. SMU 36-37—73 JaimeGomez. Houston ...37-36—73 Jeff Maggert, A&M 37-36—73 Jim Sorenson, TCL' 37-36—73 Marc Pendaries, Houston.37-36—73 Mike Swartz. Arkansas... 38-35—73 Gavin Munro. TCU 37-37—74 John Daly. Arkansas 38-36—74 John Sadie, Arkansas 38-36—74 John Sinovic. SMU 39-35—74 Kyle Coody, Texas 38-36—74 Pete Jordan. TCU 39-35—74 Peley King. Arkansas 36-38—74 Flint Nelson, A&M 38-37—75 Paul Mayo, Ai.M 38-37-75 Tray Tyner. Houston 38-37—75 Bob Estes. Texas 37-39—76 Brian Nelson, Texas 37-39—76 Chris Hudson. Tech 40-36—76 Russell Beiersdrf. SMU... 39-37-76 Todd Franks. Texas 37-39—76 Brad Lardon. Rice 41-36—77 Dale Akridge, Tech 39-38-77 Jon Christian. Rice 39-38—77 Lee Hartman. Baylor 39-38—77 Sean Pappas. Arkansas.. .40-37—77 Sieve Reding. TCU 35-42-77 Team Totals Houston 289. TCU 294. Texas A&M 294. Arkansas 2S5. Texas 302, SMU 303. Texas Tech 306, Rice 313 and Baylor 316. Houston Open THE WOODLANDS (API — Second-round results Friday in the Professional Golfers Association S500 000 Houston Open, played on the par-72. 7.042-yard Woodlands' TPC course: Calvin Peete 65-70—135 Wayne Grady 65-72—137 Nick Faldo 68-69-137 Tom Watson 69-68—137 Mike Sullivan 75-63—138 Jay Haas 68-70—138 Loren Roberts 69-70—139 Craig Stadler 69-70—139 Mike Hulbert 67-72-139 Bruce Lietzke 68-72—140 Curtis Strange 72-68—140 Charles Boiling Jr 73-67-140 Brelt Upper 69-72—141 Steve Pate 70-71—141 By DAVID BERKOWITZ The news concerning local high school basketball players earning college scholarships is that there is no news. Since the completion of the 1965-86 season for girls and boys, few pens have touched letter-of- intent papers. Coaches at Ross S. Sterling and Robert E. Lee had nothing to report this week concerning seniors receiving offers or accepting same. The only moves involving signings came from The Sun area. Barbers Hill's Sandy Laurie has received a scholarship to attend Blinn College in Brenham and Deer Park's Kristi Savage will get a full ride to Wichita State University. Both signed letters of intent Friday. Laurie, a first team all-District 20-3A point guard who helped lead Barbers Hill to post-season play last season, visited Blinn recently and liked what she saw. The senior was also a first team all-region choice, and she started for the South team in last weekend's Class 2A-3A all-star game in Waco. "I talked with the coach (Wayne Williams), and he said Sandy was the type of point guard he was looking for," Barbers Hill Coach Louie Johnson said of the 5-foot-5 Laurie, who averaged 14 points and five assists per game last season. Blinn was ranked among the top 20 junior college teams in the nation last season. Savage, a first team all-district selection in 23-5A last season, should get a chance to contribute at Wichita State as a freshman. "I visited with the coach there, and she lost a lot of kids this year," Deer Park Coach Sonja Hogg said. "There will probably be six or seven freshmen who could step in and see playing time." A 5-7 post player, Savage is a tough defensive player who led the Deer in rebounding last season. Other colleges who showed interest in her were University of Houston, Indiana University and Sam Houston State University. Savage joins Pasadena High's Boyd Fluellen as the only District 23-5A players who have signed Astros set up showdown with win With an 8-2 major league victory over the Dodgers Friday night, the East League Astros are tied for first place with the ^Giants. Those teams are set to 'square off Monday night.. Pitcher James Tharp struck -out seven and teamed with J.D. "Sellers to earn the win. Robby Roy led the Astros with two hits, - including a double. Tharp had a 1 double and drove in two runs. ' Leading the Dodgers were Larry ~_ Martinez with a double and John -Rodriguez with a single and "RBI. Martinez was thelosingpit- ; cher. Tigers 4, Texans 1 - Cory Rountree hurled a two' hitter and fanned seven for the "win. He also had two hits and ;drove in a run. Chad Sigers and -Jesse Nieto helped with run' scoring singles. '. Leading hitters for the Texans .'were Darryl McDermand with a •double and Dana Davis with an -RBI single. Davis also struck out height, but got the loss. Gators 8, Hawks 7 ; Jason Sicker pitched a one•hitter for the victory and smack- led a double and knocked in two Little League runs for the Gators. Aaron Batla and James Bell also had hits. Alex Benoid paced the Hawks with a single and two RBI. Chris Cole and Chris Clark also had hits. Mustangs 10, Bears 9 Michael Nicula had an inside- the-park home run and two RBI to pace the Mustangs. Jeremy Clifford and Jerry Lemon aided the offensive attack. Leading the Bears was Bryan Maley with two doubles, a single and three RBI. Eddie Cox got the win and Thomas Beets took the loss. Owls 13, Cougars 9 Eric Couch collected three hits to pace the Owls to victory. Lions 12, Eagles 9 Brett Smith pounded out two single and a double to help the Lions earn a victory. , Indians 20, Padres 2 'Chad Irwin, Brandi Langley and Todd Lopez were the leading hitters in this game. Kade Johnson was the winning pitcher. ATLANTA HAWK Kevin Willis tries to block a shot by Detroit's Isiah Thomas during Friday night's NBA game in Pontiac, Mich. Atlanta won the game 114-113 in double overtime. (AP photo) Mayo's homer key | Thomas Mayo crushed a three-run homer to lead Robert E. Lee's junior varsity baseball team to an 8-5 District 23-5A victory over Pasadena Ray burn Friday night at Memorial Field. Lee was to take a district record of 9-3 into Saturday's 1 p.m. game at Deer Park. Pete Eschberger improved his pitching record to 4-1 as he struck out 10 and gave up eight hits. Mike Torrence earned the save. Aiding Lee at the plate were Ronnie Ganske with three hits and Juan Galvan with two. Nephrology Consultants, P.A. announces the opening of offices at BAYTOWN DIALYSIS CENTER . 4500 North Main Baytown, Texas 77521 For the diagnosis and treatment of kidney related diseases... Diabetcs-Hypertension-Renal Stones -Dialysis-Transplantation. C.G. Barcenas, M.D. W.B. Etberidge, M.D. F.U.P. Henry Muniz, M.D. ty^iinn (947-9507 NORTHLEAGUE Reds 12, Royals 4 Brian Anderson and Joel Butler combined to drive in six runs to lead the Reds. Geoff Morgan paced the Royals. Matthew Cessna took the win and Morgan got the loss. Angels 3, Phillies 1 Clint Shelby drove home the winning runs with a bases- loaded triple. John Shipp struck out seven for the win and Michael Jahnke drew the loss. WEST LEAGUE Red Sox 13, Yankees 3 Steven Winter pitched a no- hitter and struck out eight for the win. He also led the Sox at the plate wiih three hits. The Yankees' Aaron Malco took the loss. Frank Bevenour and Jason Riley kept a Sox run from being scored by turning a double play. Cowboys 4, Hornets 1 Aaron Harris and Shane Turpens hit homers for the Cowboys. The Hornets' Jacques Slade ripped a triple. Cubs 16, Falcons 4 Zebby Moore had four hits in support of winning pitcher Randy Thibodaux. Aaron Delgado took the loss. REFINERY & CHEMICAL PLANT WORKERS. DRYWALL FINISHERS and SANDBLASTERS.. If you have worked in any of the above fields 25 years or more as a craftworker, operator or laborer, in operations, maintenance or construction, and have difficulty breathing or have lung cancer, you IWY be suffering from an occupational disease. If you have an occupational disease, you MAY have a legal remedy to recover money damages. No charge for initial visit. To obtain more information calt: The Law Offices of Herschel L. Hotoson, Ph.D., J.D. Certified Industrial Hygnnist - American Boxd ot Indust/lal Hygiene Certjfied Safely Professional - Bo»rd ot Certified Safety Professorate ot the Americas Ph D • Enwonmenlal Health, University ot Oklahoma. School of Public Heallti J 0 • Law. South Texas College ot Law Offices at 3339 Fairview Pasadena, TX 77504 713/947-0640 NOT CERTIFIED BY THE TEXAS BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION scholarships. The 6-5 Fluellen recently accepted an offer from Angelina College in Lufkin. Several other district players hope to continue their careers at the collegiate level, although nothing definite has come their way. Sterling guards Karen Williams and K-Kay Thompson have paid visits to several schools. Williams, The Sun's player of the year last season, has visited San Jacinto College North, Kilgore College and Angelina. Thompson has worked out at San Jacinto. "I think she can play somewhere and contribute," Ranger Coach Patti Rau said of Williams, who was the team's.leading scorer the past few seasons. "Really, there has not been as much contact as I had thought there would be at this point. I've been a little discouraged about that." On the boys' side, Sterling's Robbie Jannise and Lee's Jim Walstead look to be college basketball material. But neither have received much attention, according to their coaches. Jannise was fitted with a cast several weeks ago, after sustaiaing a cracked bone in his leg. Pasadena Dobie's Zul-Tan Jackson is reportedly headed for University of Montana. He helped lead the Longhorns to a 25-11 record last season. At Lee College, Coach Mike Hefley is hot on the trail of Alief Hastings' Roderick Brown, the 6-6Vfe forward told Hefley Wednesday night that he was leaning toward siging with LC, but nothing further has developed. Thus far, Hefley has recruited two players. Guard Jimmy Tolden of Texas City and forward Mark Dearman of Woodville have signed letters of intent. Texas Junior College Athletic Conference foe San Jacinto College recently signed all-state player Eddie Cumbo. The 6-3 guard from Houston Wheatley averaged 24 points per game in leading his team to the state Class 5A tournament last season. He was also nominated to several all- America teams. Webb, Davis team leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spud Webb was "Mr. Inside" for Atlanta and Brad Davis "Mr. Outside" for Dallas as the two teams advanced to the second round of the NBA playoffs. Webb drove the lane and drew a foul from Detroit's Kelly Tripucka with three second's left in the second overtime on Friday night, then hit both free throws to give the Hawks a 114-113 victory over the Pistons and a 3-1 triumph in the best-of- five series. NBA playoffs Dominique Wilkins scored 38 points and Randy Wittman 29 for Atlanta, while Detroit got 30 from • Isiah Thomas. Dallas beat Utah 3-1 with a 117-113 victory in Game 4 as Davis hit all eight of his shots from the field, including five straight from three-point territory. Davis scored 15 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter. The second round of the playoffs started Saturday, when Denver traveled to Houston for the first game of their best-of-seven series. On Sunday, Washington is at Philadelphia in the fifth and deciding game of their first-round series. Dallas is at the Los Angeles Lakers and Atlanta at Boston in second-round openers. 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