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THE BAY-TOWN SUN RSS wins JV finale vs. Dobie The Ross S. Sterling junior varsity baseball team, with help from pitcher Scott Parker (3-2), compiled a season record of 17-52 add a District 23-5A mark of 84-2 after a 3-2 victory over Pasadena Dobie Monday at Winnie Brown Fieid. __ Sports briefs Parker struck out eight and aided the offense with a pair of triples. Jimmy Hart drove in Greg Pyron with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Sterling was coming off a 12-0 victqr.y over Pasadena Saturday: Pitcher Dean Hanks im-. proved his record to 5-0-1 in the district and 8-0-1 for the season. Hanks sent 11 of the 16 batters he faced back to the dugout with strikeouts. Marshall McKay led Sterling with two doubles and four: Tuns batted in. Hanks had three hits and Pyron two as Sterling collected 10.- • • Epperson paces REL PASADENA — Richie Epperson • drove in three runs with three> hits Monday night to help Robert-E. Lee earn a 7-4 victory over Pasadena High in a District 23-5A 1 junior varsity baseball game. • Dave -Ward had a triple and single to help Lee end its season on ahigh note. The team finished with, a. 10-4 record in the district and a. 15-5-1 mark overall. Ronnie Ganske, l-l, was the winning pitcher. Joe Ganey came on in the fifth inning to get the savei Spurs fire Fitzsimmons SAN ANTONIO { AP) — Cotton Fitzsimmons says he is taking his. firing as coach of the San Antonio Spurs in stride and plans to remain in the National Basketball Association. "Naturally, you're disappointed,'" Fitzsimmons said Monday after the Spurs announced he had been fired after two. seasons. "But I'm a professional and somebody has to take the heat when the team doesn't succeed," he" said. "I'm the one who has to take that and I accept that fully." Fitzsimmons, 54, said he has "no ill feelings whatsoever. I hope the change will be nothing but beneficial." Fitzsimmons compiled a 76-88 record during his two years with theSpurs. HeTed the team to the playoffs both 'years, but the Spurs were eliminated each time in the first round'. ' ' Wiscqnsin coach dies MA'DISON, wis. CAP) — Coach ' Dave McClain, who brought winning football back to Wisconsin and took the Badgers to 'three bowl games in four yearSf is dead at age 48 of a heart attack. • McClain suffered a cardiac arrest in a Camp Randall Stadium sauna Monday afternoon following 1 , a. workout on a stationary bicy.cHe. -He was pronounced deadatSt. Mary's Hospital. Assistant coach Fred Jackson, who. Of ten worked out with McClain, jsaid the coach occasionally expressed concern that both his .brother and father had died of h,eart problems. Stunned Badger players, who had participated Saturday in the squad's annual spring intras- quad game, gathered with assistant,coaches in a room near McClain's office at mid-afternoon after, word was received of his Horse may be bumped LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Garden State Stakes winner could be bumped Kentucky Der- by;f»£iwugh horses with more eaiw^-show up for the 112th RurTfor the Roses. The number of probable Derby hopefuls rose to 18 on Monday. The maximum Derby field is 20, with excess entries pared on the basis of money won in graded races under a formula instituted this year. Fobby Forbes, a son of 1976 Derby winner Bold Forbes, has earnings of $263,470. So \ f 20 horses with more grad•ed earnings are entered on Thursday, Fobby Forbes* empty saddlebags — In the eyes of the Kentucky Racing Commission — will make his trip to Louisville meaningless. Scoreboard ROMS. Sterling (U-M, M) KATTtNG A* R H McMullen I I I Ad»mt .. » a 4 HlgftlnboUiam H J * Comcjtux 5 0 t Schlmmlng 73 17 27 Taylor 79 Sallnaj Vasquez Walsh McNetly Tflton Torres Sapplngton Gore Cervenka Parker Lozada 51 Hemmenway Gamer ToUIi NATMtULLJCAGUE P«rt Wart* K*U*r W*MA*rfani Wteo Midway 79 74 70 67 18 11 12 6H 31 28 14 51 33 1 18 19 7 11 6 3 t IS « 3 3 IS 3 0 3* a 31 20 S 3 3 17 7 6 3 9 4 0 Gore 20 0 o Adams 28 7 34 19 Schlmmlng 12 0 12 7 Torres 34.7 34 18 McNccly 46 0 4* 2H Garner 38 7 43 32 Hemmenway 30 5 4 ToUla 1*5.0 17« 10« «M 1JO IM PITCHING H R ER ERA 0 000 9 2 19 4 233 13 262 19 289 Ifi 325 a 0 0 0 1 1 4 4 3 0 2 0 I •1 I 0 l> 1 0 0 23 T 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 1 n 0 t HK Ml M AV| 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 M 11 S 15 11 4 1 2 7 4 1 3 « 3 0 91 0 0 I 0 1 1 S 11 7 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 8 1 0 a 1 MO MO .-» 400 •m SM .310 300 .288 277 272 150 220 2M 214 214 17« 121 000 .MS New York. cj 1>Hkf4 Phil«MpfcUi Chlca«e Montreal Pltutwrih .... W«*l KotMoo San Franci*co San DKRO Atlanta W ,11 L Pet GB 7M - iOO 4 .7 .7 .7 ..« tH Cincinnati IJ S II 8 .10 9 7 10 » 13 ..S !<) BB SO W 700 2*0 0 15 18 » 62 41 I Pet ooo 6M 000 371 .500 .000 56 112 U 10 Robert E. Lee 7» 579 1", (II V, »1 »'; U1 S<, SI Loul»5. S«fl FraociK-o 4 IJ innings Chlc*(04. San Diego ] LXM ADfclMl. PHIiburgn I Only game* scheduled TiM*d«V» fam«« New York I Darling I o< it Allan- la i Mahler Mi Houston ( Ryan ) 1 . j i Philadelphia i Rawley M. n. Montreal t Smith 12 .11 Oncm nail (Solo 2-1 1. mi Chicago (Satellite I J' at San Diego (Hoy 1 0-0 1. <n> Pltltburgh < Shorten 1 I > at I^H Angeles I Hershl»er 2-li < n i SI I.OUU IPorsch M al San Francisco H.aCouO-Oi TV , 10 N BrattflM* Canyon CUUtlX I Sweeny 1 PralriUnd ' ) Goiuale* < Frisco i Gilmer « Yoakum 7 Hooka I X entity 9 Bollng ID (Mlrm CLASS XA 1 Schulenburg 2 f'ranktton 1 Pottioom 4 M'.Hap i Del^on A Harmony 7 llollidjy » Merkel 9 Whitrwrighl in Shin«r CLASS IA 1 C'olmennell 2 Cayitga J Simm* James flo-*i«- 4 K ollett S. C'hlco 6 Burton 7 Snook I! Archer City . Oilers 9 rally ties Calgary nylnglon Crawford Bonin Moak Connealy Pompa Hamilton Busby Mason Reddell Johnson Gray . Kramer Ward Allen. Totals. Eschberger Moak Busby Crawford Robertson Totals BATTING AB R H 7G 18 31 6 0 2 71 18 20 67 8 18 7'J 15 21 61 12 16 71 10 16 !> :l 2 23 3 i :!7 7 8 .. 71] 21 IS 19 3 4 ... 51* 4 10 7 0 1 200 000 M2 122 IM PITCHING IP H R ER U 3 0 0 U 62.0 59 :1H .-« 67.7 72 50 39 12 3 15 18 12 18.7 30 25 l!> 156.0 16C 133 98 2B S 0 4 7 3 1 2 IJ 1 a .1 2 I II 0 ERA 000 3.B3 4 03 681 7 11 4.39 T HR RBI SB Avg AM ERIC AN LEAGUE Eaat DtvUton W L Pet 10 !«•] )«V4 14-7 t*-4 111 2 14 4 IV4 !*•« 145 I) S 10 J 17 j 14-7 16-2 ',« 4 lit 1 4 i 1 1 I 111 IV) » I 122 1V4 ivi »-4 114 •> 7 4 0 1 1 0 I 0 0 IJ 1 1 u 0 0 0 0 9 19 2 10 10 9 9 9 0 r, 4 3 :i 7 u a u 90 6 0 7 5 4 3 10 I) II 5 5 l) 0 0 0 0 n 407 .13,1 281 288 265 362 225 222 217 .216 214 210 169 143 .000 MO .255 BB SO W L Pet. New York Boston Cleveland Detroit. Baltimore Toronto Milwaukee .12 . 9 9 9 9 » ..7 529 500 144 West Division GB 23-5A standings 1 43 o 41 41 11 15 92 101 9 U .000 444 .500 333 200 .391 Lee College (38-27,7-9) BATTING Walker Sims DeLcon Moore Easley Bookmyer Trcvlno Hoke Tanton . . Bingham Reynolds Zelgler Others Totals AB 2»<J . 195 . 151 H6 . 93 . 178 . 179 127 . 196 . 128 125 f.2 . 14 1733 R 44 :I7 34 I'J 14 39 35 26 30 27 20 9 1 33S H 75 64 47 26 28 53 53 35 ,il 31 27 7 1 4M 2B 17 II <t 5 2 !* 11 7 9 5 4 1 1 91 T 0 u 0 0 0 s HR RBI 7 7 1) 1 U 7 1 2 6 2 0 I 0 34 ': 119 46 26 8 11 24 29 32 4U 13 16 3 I BM SB Avg 16 ; U 11 3 10 15 7 0 10 2 0 ] 82 359 328 311 302 .301 298 296 .276 .260 242 .216 135 .07! .2*7 PITCHING Black Fruge Anderson Ledesma Koster Liltlejohn Farrell Treadway .. Total* IP S) II! 79.7 . . 65.3 36.3 1x7 55.3 69.3 36.7 437J H 56 82 59 48 36 51 80 43 4S3 R 2o 34 34 23 22 37 45 30 2S5 ER 16 25 26 1C 16 27 35 24 1*6 ERA 2.44 2.82 3.58 3.B8 4.04 4.39 4 54 589 3. SI BB 30 23 35 15 22 20 29 15 190 SO 33 41 43 13 21 30 4O 24 247 W 6 R 6 3 3 4 5 3 3i L G 2 4 i 3 3 3 3 17 Pet. .500 .800 .600 .50U .500 .571 .625 .500 .» California .12 7 M2 Oakland II 8 579 i Texas 9 8 529 2 Kansas City a 9 471 i Minnesota 811 121 4 Seattle 7 12 vat 5 Chicago 6 II 11:1 s Monday's games No games scheduled Tuesday's games Minnesota (Butcher IK>> jr N t .w York I Guldry 3-01. i n i Kansas City (Leonard 21 i at Detroit i Tanana 2-1 >. i n i California iMcCaski!! 2li M Toronto (Sleib 0-31. i n i Seattle i Moore 1-1 .11 BiiHtnn t Hurst 1-2). m) Baltimore (McGregor l-i> at Chicago (Scaver 2-21. <n> Cleveland (Schrom 3-1. .it TOXJS i Mason l-Ol, in) Oakland iCodlroli l-'l' al Milwaukee i Wegmanfl-1 . • n i High school poll LAREDO tAPi - Here is the latest Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association baseball poli. released through the Larerto Mom ing Time's, for games through April 27: CLASS SA 1. Houston Waltrip 25-<) 2 Nacogdoches. xin 3 S. Grand Prairie 23-2 4 Dallas Jefferson 21-2 5. Round Rk Weslwood J] :l 6 Duncanvllle... . a-:i 7 Arlington S.Houston. 18-2 8. Abilene Cooper :>i>-.i 9. Lubbock Monterey 21-1 10. Victoria Stroman. is-.l CLASS -IA l.C.Chr. Fl. Bluff 21-1 2. L C-Mauriceville 18-2 3. Brenham 19-3 4. Waco Richfield 21-1 Deer Park <I94' S Shore i!«-«! SlerUnKi 14 10; S IfoujtrMi ' l*> B i Kayhurn > ll-r^i w Pet. JI7 Tiij SOO 5on 417 131 1VJ IM Pa»adena .9-11, . . Tuetday'i games l>«r Park al Ueo. 7pm Slerllnn Jl Pa»art*na 7 JO p m Ooni* al Niirin Shore. 7 :»> p m Hayburn ji Snuih Houston < w p m FrMay» games Slerhnij JI Dohir 7 311 p m Pasadena at l^f 7pm South li.JuaKiu ji Deer I'arfc ? p m Norlh Shore al Ravhurn i ui p m Local calendar following i« 3 list of Junior LH| lege and nijih schotil jihlrlic pv^nix this -*p<-)i invnlvmK Bai,!ir*n ^ team* TUESDAY Baseball Slerlin« varsity vs pjuden.. 7::io p ni Pasadena Mrmr.ruJ Pielil Lee varsiiy vs Uct-r I'.irk 7 p m . Memorial Field Sterling jumtir vjriiu v, Pasjdenj, 1 pm Umnif Hr»«ri Field Golf Sterling. Lee girls in Ki-gion 111 Tournament, all day Clear l.jkc Country Club WEDNESDAY Baseball Lee College vs Alvm (*onimunn •. College in. l p.m . Alvtn THURSDAY Gdl Sterling boyi in Kegion III Tour nament. all day. Chambers County GolfCourse By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When they needed it most, the Edmonton Oilers found the confidence of a champion. Edmonton, the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion, rallied from a 2-0 second- period deficit for a 5-2 victory .Monday night to even the best- of-seven series with the Calgary Flames at 3-3 The championship of the N'HL's Smythe Division will be settled in Edmonton on Wednesday night with the winner to meet either Si. Louis or Toronto for the Campbell Conference title Also on .Monday, the Maple Leafs evened their Norns Division series at 3-3 against the Blues with a 5-3 triumph at Toronto In action tonight, the Hartford Whalers meet the Canadiens in Game 7 at the Montreal Korum to decide the Adams Division ti tie The winner will play the New York Rangers L Patrick Division) for the Wales Conference championship. At Calgary, the Flames took a 2-0 lead on goals by Joe Mullen and John Tonelli »:> seconds NHL playoffs apart in the second period. (f not for some brilliant goaltending by the Oilers' Grant Fuhr. the Flames would have scored several more limes. Edmonton's Gienn Anderson scored the game-winner 7:24 into the third period after Wayne Grelzky look the puck away from Calgary's Hakan Loot) in the Oilers' zone and took off on a three on-two break Maple Leafs 5, Blues 3 At Toronto, Walt Poddubny, who was benched in Game 5. •scored the game-winning goal with 7:.15 remaining and Dan Daousl added an empty net goal with 4A seconds left as Toronto forced a decisive seventh game with St Louis. Game 7 will be played Wednesday night in St. Louis Toronto's forward line of Pud- ilutany. Mirostav Frycer and Peter Ihnacak was benched most of the fourth game and split up in the fifth game when Pod- dubny was not included in the lineup Bucks would like to change a trend By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee's piayoff record against Philadelphia can only get better, and the Bucks feel now is the time to sturt that improvement. Since the Bucks moved from the NBA's Western Conference to the Eastern Conference for the 1980-81 season. Milwaukee has lost to the 76ers four straight times in the playoffs. Each time the result has gotten worse. In 1981. the 76ers won four games to three. The following year it was 4-2, in 198;] it was 4-1 and last season Philadelphia swept the series in four games Bucks Coach Don Nelson says any revenge factor from last season's sweep is "an individual thing." "I wouldn't think it's very important in my life," he said. "What's important is that we've never beaten Philly. and they've beaten us four times since I've been coaching. I'm anxious to rectify that." Tonight, the Bucks and 76ers meet in Milwaukee in the opener of a best-of-seven, second-round series. In other games, the Atlanta Hawks are at Boston and the Denver Nuggets call on NBA playoffs Houston, with the Celtics and Rockets leading the respective series i-o Wednesday night's only game has Dallas at Los Angeles, with the Lakers leading 1-0 Bucks forward Terry Cummings says making amends for last season will play a role in how the Bucks approach the TBers. "But it's something that has to be controlled." Cummings satd. "I'm not concerned with revenge." center Paul Mokeski said. "I just want to win the series. [ don't want it to end like it did last year " Injuries could play a key role The TBers will play without center Moses Maione and guard Andrew Toney, but all-star guard Maurice Cheeks is expected to play despite a sprained ankle Maione has a broken bone under his right eye and Toney has foot and groin injuries. Charles Barkiey, who averaged 21 points. 17 rebounds and 7 assists m Philadelphia's 3-2 first- round victory over Washington, has helped filled the void TRACK CHAMPIONS CEDAR BAYOU'S eighth grade girls track and field team recently won the Bay Area League championship. Members of the team are (from left, front row) Wendy Street, Sonia Leal, Jennifer Jones, Rosemary Godfrey, Staci Mitchell and Julie LePage. (Middle row) Arin Garcia, Kirleen Richardson, Amy White, Nina Von Harpe, Karina Soviet Union wins MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet Union preserved its perfect record by beating Sweden — for its unprecedented 20th gold medal at the World Ice Hockey Championships — to regain the crown it lost last year to Czechoslovakia. The swift-skating Swedish team, a 3-2 loser Monday, captured the silver medal for the 12th time. Canada took the bronze, dropping from second place last year, after edging Finland 4-3 earlier Monday. Sergei Yashin, Vyacheslav Fetisov and Vyacheslav Bykov scored for the Soviets, who finished 10-0. Gooch and Amy Hamilton. (Back row) Coach Justine Andrus, manager Deadra King, Teri Sanders, Nicole Barnett, Tammy Russell, Adrienne Hammitt, Teresa Rollo and student teacher Jeannette Lloyd. (Sun staff photo by Carrie Pry or) NOTICE In the Sears Gigantic Lawn and Garden Sale Supplement that dropped Sunday, April 27, 1986, the ff36005 Blue-Labeled Weatherbeater 10 Low-Luster Satin and the #35005 Red- Labeled Weatherbeater 10 Semi-Gloss cans are switched in the photography. The Low-Luster Satin is sale-priced at $9.99 a gallon, regular $17.99, and the Semi-Gloss is $12.99 a gallon, regular $19.99. #»r*. *o«(M»ck «nd Co., tM4 Of tout IVIOMy (MKfc ELECT VIRGINIA "•INNY" KNOWUS County Commissioner - Precinct 4 - Chambers County HONEST CAPABLE Against Higher Taxes Against An Mated Budget 14V2 Years MaiageMit Exp 'Serving all o/ the people all o/ the rime" You«vgn AJtocoMRoaia wiu M gaum ymaAra LtSI SALE $14.71 131 • 91.31 I44.N M.S3 m.»

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