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i.C—LUBBOClj-AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Saturday Morning, April 5. 1975 Herd Throws Into Deadlock, Stuns CHS By CARTER OROSOVELL Avalanche-Journal Sports Staff It's called getting 'snuch up oh. Surprised when you weren't expecting anything unusual. Coronado knows the feel- Mustangs entered Frd TWO-WAY STRETCH — At left, Tech catcher Tom Haley reaches for SMU's Jack Speako who reaches for the plate. And, just seconds ufter the scene, umpire Mel Neese veacheel for air in calling the SMU runner out at the plate. Action came in the second inningofFriday's game, won by SMU 20-14. The umpire's call disagreed with the signal flashed in the background by an SMU -player. Haley had taken a throw from the outfield in m airing thet agon Speake. (Staff Photo by Gary Davis) : . mg. The —-*. n , day's doubieheader with Here- Iford with a 16-game winning streak and stretched it to 17 I with a 10-2 opening-game victory. But Hereford, in the' 4- AAAA cellar, bounced back to throttle Coronado 5-2 in the nightcap to end the sti-eak and drop the Mustangs into a tie for [the league's top spot with Monterey. .'•,." Coronado and Monterey leac 4-AAAA with 54 marks. The teams will battle April 11 in tihe final twin bill of the first half If Coronado .had taken two g;a,mes from Hereford, it woult have needed just a split witl Monterey to take the first-hal title outright. Tlie-i-Hprd, now 7-10 for the season and 1-5 in league play 'jumped '-Jo a second game ihird inning. Martinez. Hurler a 4-0 lead in the with a four-run "ori'es and Mike Crim-' followed with hrce-base hit to score Dudding. Coronado rallied after two vere out in the fifth to cut the deficit to 4-2i . . Joe Bavnharl h,it a high chop- ler to Dud'ding at third. He jcat it out for a hit and then vent .to .second ,on Budding's >ad throw. Arterburn singled to drive in Barnhart, stole second and came home on a double to right by Bill Eady. Hereford's final 'run came in ihe .sixth when Grim lined a triple lip the alley in right center and'later scored on a pas sed ball. . ; Coronado, now 19-2, threat ened.in.the seventh tyneri Barn hart led off by reaching on *- fieloing error by Budding am Arterburn beat out a sacrifice- bunt attempt for ,a single But Eady hit a double pi a. and Kenny Blackwell 'bounced to third for the final out. Grim went the distance To: •Hereford, allowing six hits walking three and striking ou x. He is now 3-3. Cherry, who ent the first three innings far ic Mustangs, was the loser. He 3-1. Eady finished up. Covonado took a 2-0 lead in ic first inning of the opener vheii Blackwell i-apped a two- un homer over the rightfield ence and was never headed. The Mustangs got two more uns in ilie third. Catcher Jimmy Vaughn reached base on a ielding error by second base- lan Pete Hale. Barnhart dou- jled over the bag at third and Arterburn hit a sacrifice fly to iglit to score Vaughn. A double by Blackwell drove Barnhart in. Three' Hereford errors, a double steal, a single by Danny Hoiton and a sacrifice fly to Lubbock Christian Drops DEC Twice In Twin Bill (Continued l-'rotn pjvge One) p.m. Lowrey Field contest today. center, allowing Weaver to In tlie V-bmplcte opener. Cox command in was in hurling ', his second straight shutout. He walked none and fanned seven -in- tipping his record to 5-1. .LCC got a run in the first on singles by Carter, Davis and R6<lney Gardner's two-out high infield hopper. DBC starter southpaw Pete Torres saw his •mates committ four errors be- Ihjnd him in the third frame tout three of the four runs LCC got were eventually earned. JPHS Golfers Take Lead Davis, a southpaw hitter play-jBustos walked and stole second, ,ng wiili a pulled hamstring, with Ray's throw sailing into •ipped a triple to left, center and relay man Steve Maddox threw the ball into DBC's dugout, faking it 2-0. John Harris was hit bv a pitch and Gardner singled to left. Louis Perez bounced to tirst and, after getting one out, Danny Davis threw the ball into left field allowing Harris to score. Gardner stole third and scored on a wild pitch. Meanwhile. Ric Weaver, who had walked and stole second, took third when DBC catcher Darrell Ray overthrew Torres on the wild pitch. Andy The Indians knotted the game with-a 3-1 mark and had allowed only tltrce earned runs in 26 frames. He walked seven, fanned five and picked two runners oft' first. In the nightcap, DBC struck quickly off Harris as Larry Hogue singled and Maddox reached on an error. Hal Shelley forced Maddox at second with Hogue scoring and then Teddy Dowell bounced into a double play. David Artrio led off by reading base on a' throwing error by Horonado "second baseman David Arterburn. Mustang pitcher Travis : Cherry fa'rined the next AVO batters, but 'then Harvey Torres singled and Roy Martinez singled to drive in Artho. Third baseman Mike Dudding then got'a bad-hop single ovei Arterbum's head to drive in LCC knotted the score in the .'irst on a walk to Carter, a throwing error on losing pitcher Bob Smith on a picket! play and. Davis' double to left. In the second the Chaps scored on Louis Perez's single, Weaver's walk and consecutive sacrifice bunts by Andy Bustos and Worth. The Indians knotted the game in the fifth against Harris, now 6-3. Jack Daniell reached on an error with one out, Jim Darden singled and David Robinson's high hopper went through Weaver's legs at first, allowing the run to score. : PLAIN VI Is W (Special!-- The) - Plainview A golf team, paced] ' -by the shooting of John Home. " 'took the District 4-AAAA lead - away from Monterey Friday on '. the Plainview Country Club golf Plainview Blanks Westerners Twice In Loop Doubieheader .. ; Plainview trailed by one • stroke ^oing into Friday's round ' but Ubbccl a low :;02 total to • Slontorcy's 30l> and look a :;.stroke lead. With one round remaining in district com petition. - the Bulldogs lead with a 1557 i overall team total, followed by - ilonterey with .15GO. ' x Home led Plainview's A team ^ith a 72. qualifying him for second fedalLst honors. Kob Kin- pa'id of Plainview's B team took medalist honors with a 70. \ Teams following Plainview And Monterey in the golf standings are Coronado B 15SS. Coronado A 1C3S. Lubbock High A. ptiTO, Hereford A 1GS7. Plainview R '17:t5. Lubbock High E J805 and Hereford B 1872. PLAINVIEW (Special)—Plain- and Valcnte Chavez was imen- view took both ends of a doub- tentionally walked. Steve West- leheadcr from Lubbock High Friday 1-0 and 4-0 to drop the Westerners into a tic for last place in 4-AAAA's first-half race. Plainview, snapping a four- game losing streak, is now 13-U for the season and closes its first-half play with a 4-4 record, cood for third place. Lubbock is now 13-7 for the season and 1-5 in league action. Tbe Westerners have lost four straight games and five of their last six. Plainview had only one and five baserunncrs in first seven innings off Lubb.icl pitcher Kenny Toney """ Plain view's Freddie wos almost as tough, hit the ii-ook then singled to left for .he winning run. Lubbock's only serious threat in the game came in the seventh inning when Keith Stone •cached base on a fielder's choice ard moved to third cm a steal and an infield groundout. But Clark McMillan grounded out to end the inninc. Plainview's Morris Surloy went the distance in the second game, pitching a ono-hitter, to Kerbo scored Plainview's ini- .ial run in the first inning when he walked and later scored ivhen Smith dropped John Daniel's popup. Kcrbo tripled in the- third and .,corsd on a passed ball by McMilton to give the Bulldogs a 3-0 lead. Lubbock Wini LD Games WOLFFOKTH (Special)—Lubbock's senior division all-stars advanced to the 'finals of their division in the West Texas state Little Dribblers basketball playoffs Friday as they took two victories in the Frenship gym. Lubbock downed Hale Center 54-29 in its first-round game and then later defeated Idalou 45-28. Wayne Williams and Winston Gipson paced Lubbock in the second win with 18 and 17 points, respectively. Lubbock will play for the senior division championship at 8:30 p.m. to-/ day. ,. 1 In other senior-division action Friday, Idalou nipped Bovina 26-25 in a first-round contest. Bovina played Hale Center in another contest late Friday night. In today's action, the winner of the Bovina-Hale Center game will meet Idalou at 11:45 a.m. Then the winner of the 11:45 IcretorJ ab i' It i Iii G'oronarlo ab r K rl> Torres ss 3120 Bamlmvt of 322 Martinez n -1000 Arterburn 2b 2 0 0 Ourtdlnz »b 3 I a 0 Hady ss •! 1 1 MCrlm Ib 1010 Blackwell n S i 2 ?ttta«l rf : 3 0 0 0 Foster Ib 301 Bale ill a 0 1 0 Whiteiide. rl 300 Artlio V :i 0 0 0 Hoiton U :! 2 2 Nieman c! 2000 Broadi 3b 321 ACrim c 2000 Vauzhu c 311 Foster ph 1000 Crawford pr 0 1 0 "~ rr Dli t 0 0 0 ..Sals 2(i 2 5 1 Totals 27 10 10 Haretord MO 200 0- Coronado 202 312 x- E—Hale 121 Eady. Hoiton. Dudding. t Crim. Pittanl. LOB—H-G; C-2. DP—Core nado 2B—Barahart Bloekwcll. Vauem 3E—Ea<ly HH—Blackwell. SB—Hoiton (2 Broach (21. SAC—Arterturn. SP—.Vrt- center by Barnhart accounted 'or Coronado's three fourth-inning runs. In the fifth,-Eady tripled to right center and scored, on'-Jimmy Foster's single to put Coronado up 8-2. In the,sixth, Hol- .on singled and later'scored on a double steal, John Broich singled and Jimmy Vaughn drove him home with a double to close the Mustangs' scoring.'" Hereford's two runs came in the fourth on an error by Hoi- ton and an infield groimdout by Mike Pittard. Blackwell went all the way for Coronado to up his record to 4-0. He gave .up five hits, walked three and struck out nine. Roy Martinez was the loser for Hereford. He is 2-5. '• irarlinez <U --5> « 10 in •"' BlnuktveU IV. 4-Di T 5 -' I PB—A. Crim. SECOND ti.UUI llerclurif ab r h rlil Coronauo aiiv lirhl 'Cams 2b -1110 Bamhari. cl 4 1 21 0 Martinez is :) 1 1 .1 Ai'cibura 2b 4 L .31 m i> n i " iv Ea<iy sa -i> 4 o a i n" '111 a 1 1 2 Blackwell 3b 3 0 0 0 if Fc-ilor Ib :j 0 0 0 Foster Ib 3 (11 0 Kln» S 3000 Hoiton If 3000 D Artho ir 2100 XeuSBiit rt :i 0 0 0 M.Artho it .1010 "poker c 3000 A.Cnmc SOOOOhcrnnp 0000 Branch S3 3000 CYawford !>r 0000 Tolals ?7 5 8 4 Totals 28 3 6 3 Hereford OW OM 0-5 Ooronatio 000 020 0—2 B—Torres. Arterburn. Dutfdins. LOB— ..-2. C-S. DP—Hereford. 2B—Hady. SB— M. Crim (2). SB— Arterburn. . 11* H 1C ER B15 Sit irn <W. 5-3) 7 « 3 2 3 6 Cliern 1 (L. :i-ll * •! 4 0 Eady 1 - P 0 AVERAGE HOME VALUE UP 10% IN 1974* Investing in a home of your own is always a iiriari move. Bu> it's o move you should make very carefully. A REAtTOR con help you moke the most of your money. It's his professional responsibility to know where the mortgage credit is most easily available and interest rales most favorablt. Make a wnart move. Contact o REALTOR today. LUBBOCK BOARD OF REALTORS REALTOR EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY • occording la o notional lurvey at single family hamit conducted by tfc* NoKmtal Aiiotial^an ol R«cl1ari. twice — Wells singled, moved up on sacrifice by Chavez and scorec on Westbrook's infield hit to shortstop. game vvill meet Lubbock for the championship. The Mid-Cities North and Mid-Cities South teams took victories in Friday rounds. Aft er drawing a bye, Mid-Cities no Golf Meet (Continued from Page Oue) ; almost as lougn. UMUVMJI^J runs and four hits through [Mikc Hill. Dave's brother, four„. , _ . _ . p i,-,iiHor7 fi*nr» ~m fr»pr rtntlTIP' fi I.ubbock ab i b. rbi !>lninvle» ab r h rbl McMillan r£ 4000 Kciho If 4 1 1 Q Jill mo ss 2010 VCliavcz sa 3 0 0 0 Toney p 4010 OAom nr 0 0 0 0 iininson -ito 3010 SWitBrk. 3b 3 0 (7-:;t. but! Longoriai Rick Alexande and Mark of Cororuulo of i.ho first seven frames. In the bottom of the eighth putted 10 feet, holing a ["'arlutm If leno el Green 31) KLonr e Barru.i rf Totals Alexander paced the CHS B ir.ani to ii '.',\0 total in Friday's A followed round. Coronado a .'US total. '• Jarrett's low total pnced !-ub- &>ck Higl Plainview A to a ?>2;; round. B shot the seventh Lwesl rounds, a .".2S. folowed bj S areford A's 335, Lubbock Tiigh r Avith a :;65 and Hereford B's 367. Monterey's o team, whidi w'not competing in the district Standings, shot a 319 in Fri- fla'y's round. went all the way and lost it for LublW't-U. He is 3-H. Lubbock had men on base in every inning but the second, but never got a man past second base. Toney got LIIS' only hit. a two-out single in thej^rst MMM^Mn^HMMM^MOM^Ma^MW^^ Friday's Scorecard *!or:ir- fWlll;iims TK.\M I.KAUKlt^ A--r:<jbby Chnif . oici! WC;I||ICITL'I| P. Rllsly Itnv Tt. liKY A- -lluilii-';- I't ^! UPX r.obon^oij 77. fm 6S-7 -141 72-69—14 70-72—M2 Kim | Voull'-T 7ii Jeff Ke> ^f'Ol.'ONADO B -Wc-l; AlcMinilr-i 7;l. | flowiii'il N'onon 7i>, llru« Iticc .-0, I'-nn^ •Fil-1 Miller ttl. Del U'ells 77. "' COlLdN \l 10 A— James c\jmf. f '-, i'.o>s| IniSkomlrill !-V. Roacr Mf-Milli.n S'J. Roll- I rt' Ilislikin S!l. liavld Cii"\\r''ril ivl. . lUGH A— Slur* Jarrell 73. .li;nnins.-. 81, Lclarul ICclls' 711. s Knblrilt 87. -•HEUKI'Tjltl) A~i"iirlis Slocnioi "S, itrf, I'ailneti So. tieorM Yoakum ili, Jiills' Worrl 63. Tommy Albraciu :M ' ' 'i.Ul'-llOf'.K nrfJII B— Buddy r.Vouder 'M. -'Hano Uiiniirrz 00 Rudy Moreno 87. Wurk Erynn 68. Jolin David.-ion 100. ''irONTKRBV B(iwrt Co nine tin I,'. -Ilonnic Krro^rr S3. Jolui Moore 75. Boytl ilonk K: 'Juim McClurc 8U. Mtkc Bcch 78. Uulfjila 108; Plillndclnlna ;iT irihvaukce 10!i. New York nil AH.V KAST rr.\Yin r Kentucky IDS. New Voi'k I'll 1'UO HOCKKV Mil. Xi:w York Range™ o, Ailanu 2 WIIA Chicago o. New Ensliind 1 cor.r.i:r;i; I-.ASWJAI.I. Texas Ai^vi 1:1. Hou.ilon - SMU -1). Tcxa-; Tocli 1-1 1.O; "i-'i. nnlla.-, llllill^l 0-L' Texas 18. Baslor B Arkansas 5. Rice 0 .Sam Houston ft-14. Ui.ho.i l'-j Pan .\niei-;ran .'!-0. TC'U l-J Ixiuislaiin Tech S-l. ur-ArliK^tnri 'J-ll Monterey Onlimlsi [ta>ketli«l] Amcrlcun League Wualiam Steel i2 Waslern Body Work A/TKCS WIN TOURNKV ' Robertson smashed IS Crccvslon Drlllinit 2S. I'lains Kntioiial 22 , Kireft^hlcra four-footer on his last one. Wciskopf, apparently regaining the form that won him seven titles in founr countries in 1973. also three-putted once. That was on the 14th hole, a par-five. And he made par on the hole. With the wind behind him. he needed only an eight iron for his second shot to the green. Tom Webkorif e Hill . Trevino Terry Leslie Billy Zlobro Jerry Heard Chi Clii Rodriguez Jnhimy Miller }Jobbv Xii.'i^ols Ken SU11 Or.-iliam Mnr.-li ]joti MH. L :,-;en;(Qle I.ou Gi'aiiam BoLby Cole .Terry McCJce ^tillcr B^rlici l!c\> E. Smilh flit Jlorsnn Ton;' Jai.'Vlii) i Mnurice Kamhuii^ I Torn \\Mlsr.n Forre.-t Vczler Ma^on Rudolph Sam Adams I Mike McCulloujih 1 Mike w.vnn bale Douglass Joe Tnmnn Flandy Er>kint Clary Pla: cr tlob Charles .M Geiberjcr Cud Allin Mike Mot-Icy Gai-y Oi'Cli r.6n Ccrrado Bert Yanc-cy Gene Litllcr JJIS ; U 0 0 Daniel Ib 30*0 :i 0 0 0 Burton c( 3000 L o o o \vn« c :; o i 0 :; 0 I 0 Gaitinu' 2l» 3000 3000 Wells rf '-! 0 0 0 :!li tt 1 0 UinBoria P 2000 J Wslbl-k Pl> a 0 0 0 Tolals ;I7 1 3 1 ooo oun oo~o ooo ooo 01—a. \Vestbrock. Jaime Ct>. Pftrhain, LOB Lubbock 6. Plalnvicw 7. loser of the Mid Citie will meet the Daliiart Lonn-.no i.\V. ">-') s> '' ° i^.vcy (L. 7-3J T'.j :'. L HBP—Jaime "(by Lonsono). SECOND GAMJi ak r h rlil 1'lalnvlr.w c 2000 Ke/bo It 2000 VCIinve* , Ic.MJILin alnio ty ab r fi :! 3 'J I 201; 3 0 J 0 SWstbrk 3b 301 3000 Daniel Hi Parliam If 3000 Barton cf Sodcno cT I C 0 0 Wall c Green 2b 3 0 0 n Odom uv Dulry rf ^000 Cinither 21 Smltli v 1000 Wells rl Totals il) 0 1 B 'lolills 000 1! 0 0 ^11 200 •-'1 4 7 Wr.st Jim Tumor Entcrpri;:cs . Mr. Trophy <15, Day r»rus ^2 Sieve Jlclr.yl; Bob Menne Don Bios t,ce Elder Rorl Fimscth 72-70—142 71-71—U2 7-l-SS—14L 7S-70— M 72-71—1.1 73-n—H (iO-7'1—H; 77-B7--M i '.-7i. •!• 7S-K-11 7)-7|/ -Ml Tfiia—M5 73-70—Ho Tp-.Tj. 1 —145 ":'•?:;—us 77-(B—I-1S 7,i-70-W5 7!-75—MB 7-/-7-1—MS 7i'-70 -llli .70-76-146 7f.-7l— 1-M 73-71 — 140 ~J-74— 71-76—H7 T; 7^—1-1" 77-70-141 73-Ti—147 77-70—141 7-1-73—147 76-72—148 000 000 0—( HS 101 o:a x—s E~Sniith, LOB^Lubbock -1. Plainvie 3 DP—Lubljock 2. Plainview j. 3C—Kc bo. SB—G.iitlier. SAC—V. Chavez. Dalhart 44-24 in a first round match before falling to Mid-Ci ties North. In major division action to day Mid-Cities North and South will* meet at 9:15 a.m. Dalhart which clipped Lubbock 26-24 in a second-round game, will mee nyder at 8 a.m. The " " ' ame .- — Snyder winner at :i:30 p.m. in emifinal game. Then t Cities winner will play t Mid Cities winner at 9:45 p.m or the major division cro\vn. Mid Cities took two wins m unior-division action Friday. It owned Dalhart 43-26 and later efeated Seminole 41-37 to each the finals. Seminole drubbed t,ubbock 52-14 in a first round game. Dalhart defeated Lubbock in the second-round game 31-5 Seminole will meet Dalhart at 10:30 a.m. today in the semifi nals. Then the winner will play Mid-Cities at 7:15 p.m. for the division championship. SmUli H K Kit 1JB S Surlcy UV. 5-11 1 IDJl'—llMton (by Sniilh). PB-—M'cMi Collectors Items! 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