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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 20

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Features CLOV1S, NEW MEXICO, Sutidny, May 9, 1905, Page 20 With Carlsbad In District 2-A A Games in front scoring two -Jerry Boyd and Dickie Johnston scored four more rtirk chasing a triple and scored on Johnston's six runs but iust couldn't fi e t gled Bunten walked and Brent! Uoyd. 2-4. .- on a homer by Mitch Atch- drove them in with a triple. Buzz Sweat, the Catif starting line single. 'enoueh stpam tin tn nvpHakn rimvo thpm in with a double ' i Of Carlsbad. Atchley drove in Johnston scored on a wtld pitch.jpltcher, from the mouU Sweat Carlsbad collected one run in'S, Isbul's leml P iSonston collected his fourth hli , B , U/Z S T r "D . "I" 8 *«f t)A*.i»*i«,.i.i *..t_* t__j _ t-f /*i^,u.t*i-*j ^_j -:.. _..«_ i._ iu*i M*. » u.. T *»_. 11 .. *.,.i. , ... . .. . c * loi/au o icciu. ,/uuM.Mun luijeinu ma ivui m mi niffjipp aiKj jjrn Polk was th<* . n ' 1 Wh ° Iead ^-™ "^ —--—.-—. .. ««•• *IV.»*l%r • Wllitl Cl VJ\JU UIC B IS?JSL^Hll %•: J Clovis scored In the third innin | Carlsbad scored six runs in the:was relieved by Larry Maxwell, the fifth, two in the s top of the third on four hits and Clovis scored two runs in the more in the seventh fh**A*ttir**Ilr6 I frti* t»M-s nV\ T? trt»r»M tl n»v /\M **« *4stt i ^1 nr.l— .-»„..._ _. „„ „ 11 _ fourth on livron fiun en's dou- sixth and two In tenth. Floyd WilHam Wa,tover th, *" t* »u»«*.» i T "r"" 0 - ' "-luvis at-ureu m tne inira inmnjinree warns. itourin on nyron mm en s ciou- uovis gave ; rJ tne « rat inning Carlsbad on singles by Wendell Brent.; In the fourth the Cavemen'ble. Brent drove in Binten with bottom of the ftoswell WinF " H6W ' wri " m 1 AA Track Title ; » CAR i SBAD (UPD-Outstanci- ran the 120-yard high hurdles in! ; Ittg performances in field events ing the :14.5 mark set in 1963 ,-afid team depth in track events i by Morris Fielder of Las Cruces ; ^Saturday gave Roswell top i Las Cruces was third in the i ': honors in the District 2AA track meet with 79, followed by Carls-1 '. meet - |bad 44, Artesia 17, Alamogordo I Roswell compiled 98 teamj 7 and Clovis 3 ' •points, edging out second placel Broad jump — i. Clarence Hobbs, with 94. ,Williams, Las Cruces, 22-8 1-2 Roswell athletes picked up i ' T ° lc ! record 22 ' 5ub y N ' S ' Hurd of first place in four of the sixtf ," son * on the event in the field events. Although Roswellp , . w ? 1Q ?. me of :14 - 4< took only two firsts out of thej^S oVTi T y To 6 S T milh ,' 12 track events, the team picked lpj!?hnrt fo , * Urd ' •up enough second and third f\. - , •place points to stay on top. nn ^'n CUSir r- \ m ™ ™ s ner Records were set in four u° ,u " r < fi', V r u" n events. Clarence Williams of Las '' I " l)hs -, lla) : 6 . ' 2 :,? Gar - v Powcll « afvcinn. son was safe at first on a field-! right field wall. ? a gallant try in the er's choice. Estes tripled, driving Leading hitters for Clovis were Clovis won (he second game, lie_ seventh, scoring in Wiliamson, Mike Reynolds sin-: Brent with 3-4. Johnston. 4-4. and.3.2. on the four hit pitching of "~ ~~~ " ' Sean Shelley. Shelley struck out seven and walked five. This 1-2. n ,, M Davicl Mar ' Cruces broad-jumped 22-8 1-2 to T"" ,-', , .. 'eclipse a jump ol 22-5 bv X.s. o , ,7, „ 0J| ™. Anderson ' Hurd of Carlsbad in 1964.- i ™ !1 : J" 1 ; 9 ', 2 - , D ' ane ? atle : Gary Johnson of Roswell high- '"° bl ^ m ' l - 2 -*U Y °"ngblood. • jumped 6-1, topping the old dist rict mark of 6-0 set by Donnie , n ,, Malone of Artesia last "year »"";. R ? swc11 - 12 ' fi 2 ltk>l Ronny Sowell of Artesia set a • , \i" TSt0ckto "; , Las Ci ; ut;es new mark in (he shot put with ;an ,,. , ernes - 'l°bbs. 12-6. a toss of 56 - 4 1-2. The old re- Hlgl JL Jum .!? ~ l ' Gai '- v John - .coi-d was set by Paul Smith of 1° "', Ronswe1 !' ^, 1; , (o!d record . Roswell in 1964 when he threw f± by , Do " me Malone Artpsia 55-3. Don Jackson of Las Cruces !„'' v c M^ l^' !lobbs 6-0. 3. N.S. Hurd. Carlsbad. 5-11. ' Shot Put -- 1. Ronny Sowell. Ark-sin. 56-4 1-2. iold record. 35-:] by Pan! Smith. Roswell. l.-i)4i '_' Miko Kas'ner. Roswell. 51-!! :; Torry Co:>n>. Ro.swell. §•• • • Hitters MATSON HITS 70' MARK 'brings Shelley's season record to 5-1 C.'irlsl)iul started the scoring in the second getting otu- run on two hits before Clovis could halt the ('avi-mt'ii. rio\ is sror< d t\vo runs on two M!> and a .v.icrifin> and one pr- rnr in .u'o ahead in the fourth in- nine Wendell Brent and Jerry !'io\d sinpleii ;IIH| Johnston was COLLKGK STATION'. Tex.son said. "I can't bend down Mamali^a could tell IK- uas n'.-,,! f? () .'d hnnv to score tl — Massive Randy Mat- on it very well. But it did not goins to sec a nvoid son. his left knee tightly band- affecting my throwing " "1 can always tell hu IIUM aged because of ligament iron- Matson said he had no idea bihties on his 'warrmip.- Ma- hies, threw the 16-pound shot he would be up to a world rec- malign said ' \Vh.-n he |.I.|>|KM! 70 feet, seven inches Saturday ord. that one >a wariruj. in-, tnat for a new world record. . . - went near the ttii I Hi!.- . !,<• I was hoping for around f,7. , , Ills toss made snatnbles of [ thought I would fall off .some ,.'•(. , • '' '' \ wI in iir'it'hef () fa!lT,ir r |han l^™^\ L Wi | s ll , irowi " >! wa - v \ "" u! " ll " f" nu: ' Matson had e\er thrown the " U ' ,,T', *"" ' Wenl Mills " n maill> ""' ''"""' ' ' j ro|1 | K1 j] n|1 '"' ( '>' Hi' said before the o n hi x M^cund ii\ !!•• i,; ' year .started, he thought he thiosx w.i »'>,",,",, -,<.>••, . r,;. -, "I wa> goinu fur 70 on that wuld be luc-ky it he got tn that time w;i- tae M' op,| !>. one." Matxin said at the south- "alias Long's existing world the wot Id had CMM seep | i( .\' \\i-st. coiileri'tice track meet record. 67-10. to hi", own (V.» •. i>! l,^ 1 mcr,-!' As the Ai.M sophomore made lu.s remark, officials v. e r e measuring the heave. Alter the M.\-ioot si.\-mcii '^60-|ioiui(| Malson cl'ised mil tin- mo.-it labuhiu, event 1:1 t-not put hislojv. his coach. Kniile Hand, couid go ^^ • • vm ^ ^^ w* ^«» .\iavlu •;., I ho; U.iu SAX FRANCISCO iTPI'- I Ion i :•/ :;-;,•; |{.. ; .-,.•., < • "lad the I'l.^d'ili- hlankcd the Sar; H'ran- 1'itMn,:, • I'li.r- •.-,''.- • • ••! Cli.int 1 -' on Ihreo hits Sat r::'. - .!••.; ';• • • ••• • and hit a triple wr,i]i I;::, M.;! ;t .i :•••' • ; ' IH: the league U'adtru 1 I •>- v ••'••:•• >•. '• .• \ • • : ;• I-: their flMN ,!•',,;-,! \,; AstfOS, 11, CufaS, 6 f'.it I,had kiH-tti'd the score in ne tilth on two walks and a • ii:hl. bv (r,ir\ Fr\ 's double Jr,< \\ildcats « ame hack m the Drysdale Pitches Shutout 9-0 tl.e i '».•!;'•: on 1)|(. fj]| t , "t ^' V j'j' ai.d Don ('in. ' I '-.I 1 ! li.i'l l\vo men lei; ' .'<• ! -ii 'irjih.'mi stnlei! Major f l,i<iulir> Intirnaliiuml Oilmn, <~\n Atlcn f'h.i .t? Al,-,:: SF • K:. LA , ch M " W A,n^,n 44i!-'e!ay i Hobbs. 4.17 2. Las Cruces, :44.0 3. Ro.swell :44.1 ! r , '^'•'.'.!; 120-yard high hurdles- 1. Don ''I-, : N i;;'^ J a< -'kson. Las Cruces. :14.4. n Jl) ^ 2 Johnny Ziehl Las Cruces. r: '•':• ::•!,'; :14 '^. ; i Paul Gibson. Carlsbad. •-N y;» ;:i 14.6. 'Jackson ran :14.3 in pre•:. j.-, :», lims. Old record :14.5 by Morris 19631 Leon know :-.'•" Matsoi) said hi: v,;i> '^ weather was overcast 'The sua taixo .-ii.".iet;:!!i (jut of me 1 though' the w ini ... 1 ;n!'l I/..,; hir .-no. !>•.:: : .1;.h; ' \!!.-!' ; ,i~ ti.i.'d !!,:•..w u, a.r.iiDV.. i.. ..s^^-d i-.,i: !n v. i; i: ".i' : . ned a bit about Ir.* taped-up i),, sclak . sllli ,. k out w'uii ciiiouh t.. tin- ::,'•,! •Tiu- kr:.-..-\ real sort- M:.l ,„., „, (l!s cau .,. r ' Knudson Leads CHS FemS Mets. 4, Braves. 2 C ° lomal Tourne y Place Sixth «'l K. S I R ,, uu.sweli. FORT WORTH. Tex .fPl- ,„,,,.. - >hook ott the bojji-v bouses : 10.4 ,] Hi Lowerv . " . . 1() ., ^owtr\. . l{UT a ] (j. m 1!lutL , raln mterrup- (i " n SatUI ' da > tl) C0me lroni ])V ' W7 ' and on tiie ("aris iiolc- :!."i-:i5- • iik inn. and he 71 tha'. At Eastern Ii 'II SVK .ii>,?(i.i I'll! ;;!» six!' ,in;' it'\i'r.;."i huni'T, and 6rt<:> tn V..:k .M.-'.s and ,|;UK Ki> . ;., a 4-J \ i( ':ir\ i;; e; trst- M. •>• a,; MT Hi a\ i - .Satu: :i,r twms, 4, Chi ; 1 Ohirl. . . . ~ Ullll- II. III. d •ffallilllill l.raicllr - 18. * I'll, him; V*'»tllMial I 1-iiliUf — , , $, ., „ -... K - R»rt« ',': Buh' ''Mh- e!i 1 .'!! 7 Mi: '.aid da.-h -'•''•\'' :: Hubbs :51.8. 2. Joe •iac..h- Hobbs. Hick- Ho-well. , ... ,. hole onc-ui'.der-par total ot 2IM Lenia. wno ^^'I 1 ' N . k - Tne 27-vear-o!d wdio -,'arteii the round :52 1 .1 Dale " , >, Re^s, 10, Bucs, 1 of a iu-!,i of i:: t-an... a- lie IMTT SBrR<;i! ,,.,,,, .,., ,.ia! >,!atr 11 ack and 1- i ' ! d >•'•- Da - . held S.ituid... .;' -!.•::• \, .> Me\i=o 1'' ;.. > i: -:i!.i: d Huh St -inol .,i \: MINN}- \i'« Las Cruces. ID.;) (Jattis. Ro.swell. • Hi 4. l!::';)well. Alamoaordo. 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