Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper by by Ancestry
The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California • Page 83

The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California • Page 83

San Bernardino, California
Issue Date:

I PICTURE PERFECT ENTERTAINMENT Ports down Quakes, 5-4 WlBluJQQimwmnm LIVE RTS PY-PEH-VIEW SUPER SYSTEM DOWN 0 With Built-in De scrambler PAYMENT YEARS OF CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE 714882-2351 1200 E. Highland Ave. Son Bernardino OPEN 7 DAYS HESIDEMTlAi SATELLITE OF AMERICA Also effective was Ports starter Sid Ro-berson, who had a 1.61 ERA in his last 11 outings. The Quakes are 15-21 in the second half and in last place in the Southern Division of the Cal League, 5'i games behind the High Desert Mavericks. The Quakes are 50-55 overall. The Ports are 22-16 in the second half (59-47 overall) and in first place in the Northern Division. The Quakes took a 4-0 lead into the sixth with a run in the first inning and three in the fourth. Quakes notes Catcher Lee Henderson rejoined the Quakes Saturday from Double-A Wichita, almost two months after he was swapped for Pedro Lopez, who will now return to Wichita from the Quakes. Henderson was hitting .268 in 123 at-bats before being promoted to Wichita, where he hit Just .176 in 74 at bats. Lopez was hitting .252 In 103 at bats with the Quakes. The San Diego Padres announced they will conduct open tryouts for prospective major-leaguers Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Rancho Cucamonga Sports Complex for anyone over 18 years of age. By DOUG PAMLLA Special to The Sun RANCHO CUCAMONG A The Quakes have yet to figure out the Stockton Ports, or the sixth inning for that matter. A five-run sixth inning gave the Ports all they needed Saturday to edge the Quakes, 5-4, before 5,104 at the Epicenter. It was the second consecutive victory for the Ports in the series and they are now 9-2 against the Quakes this season. Friday night, the Ports used a six-run sixth inning en route to a 12-5 victory. In both games the Quakes were caught between a tired starter and an ineffective reliever. On Saturday, Quakes starter Fernando Hernandez (5-3) was relieved by Joe Strong after allowing two runs and loading the bases. Strong then threw a wild pitch for a run and gave up a two-run single to Todd Samples. "I thought Fernando threw the ball real well tonight. Then he hit the wall real quick," Quakes manager Keith Champion said. utrv uj WEEKDAYS WEEKDAYS AFTER 12PM AFTER 3PM GREEN FEE CART PER PLAYER GHEEN FEE CART PER PLAYER Excellent Turf grass Conditions Open to Public Virtually Vandal Proof We Can Deliver And Place On Ground. Use It Immediately. Mint Storage On Your Own Property. ALUMINUM STEEL SUPER STtONC aOOtS REFRIGERATED UNITS AVAILABLE (909) 886-0669 3380 Little Mountain Dr. San Bernardino s.iiijmi.i'.'Jii.ii.iiii.E' Excluding Holidays, Expires 83193. 2L I iff mm sizzling hot tire values DaiK3KIISD-nKI BECAUSE SO MUCH IS RIDING ON YOUR TIRES. mm -ti Spirit makes it two in row over Mavs By James Curran Sun Sports Writer SAN BERNARDINO For much of the season, Fiscalini Field has been more suitable for the High Desert Mavericks than for its home team. But when the San Bernardino Spirit outlasted High Desert, 9-7, in a California League game in front of 3,086 fans on Saturday, the Mavericks suffered their second defeat at Fiscalini Field in as many nights. High Desert won its first six games at Fiscalini this season. Even with the two wins, the Spirit is 3-9 against the Mavs. The Spirit scored nine unanswered runs after High Desert had taken a 3-0 lead going into the bottom of the third. Tim Demerson and Roger Burnett both had two runs and two RBI for San Bernardino. Michael Figga hit a solo HR in the seventh, his 14th of the season and his second in the series. Burnett, the No. 9 hitter in the lineup, was especially pleased with his performance. "About the last two or three games I wasn't hitting well," Burnett said. "It was time to get back up. I was seeing the ball really well." High Desert rallied for four runs in the ninth off John Sutherland and Todd Malone. Mac Suzuki got the final two outs for his sixth save. Carlos Perez (4-6) settled down after early trouble, allowing three runs and six hits with five strikeouts and six walks. "I enjoyed the way Carlos came back." said Spirit manager Greg Mahlberg. "That and any kind of. clutch hitting is needed to beat a top team like High Desert." The first-half champion Mavericks (20-16, 64-40) fell out of first place in the Southern Division, while San Bernardino improved to 15-20 in the second half, 47-57 overall. Edinson Renteria scored twice and drove in a run for High Desert. Tim Clark, Kerwin Moore and Jesus Tavarez both scored once and had an RBI. Mavericks starter Barry Parisotto (5-5) retired the first eight batters before the Spirit battered him with six hits and seven runs. Parisotto pitched 3V innings with four strikeouts and a walk. With two outs in the third, five consecutive Spirit batters reached base. Included in that rally was a two-run single by Steve Phillips and another RBI hit from Demerson. San Bernardino forged ahead with five more runs in the fourth. Burnett and Sean Twitty both drove in two runs in the rally. SpiritMavericks notes A doubleheader of two seven-inning games today will finish the four-game series. Steve Shoemaker (7-3, 3.99) will pitch Game 1 for the Spirit at 4:05 p.m., while the Mavericks will counter with Kip Vaughn, who will be making his first appearance with High Desert. Gerry Stafford (5-4, 5.75) will start Game 2 for the Mavs, while the Spirit has not named its starter. Cal league statistics The MichetinXH4 Steel Radial is a premium all-season tire that sets new standards for mileage and even wear without sacrmang gnp or comfort. FEATURES: full depth tread grooves and sipes new rubber compound extra rubber in the sidewalls and under the tread "SR" speed rating. ADVANTAGES: longest mileage Michelin tire, backed by an 80,000 Mile Limited Treadwear Warranty quiet, comfortable ride. SlZEaAVAILABLE: P15580SR-13. P18580SR-13, P18575SR-14, P19575SR-14, P20575SR-14, P20575SR-1S, P21575SR-15, P22575SR-15, P23575SR-1S, P18570SR-14, P19570SR-14, P20570SR-14, P21570SR-14, P20570SR-15, P21570SR-1S. P20565SR-15 BLK I S1 e.M InrliuKs un to trrt I CnArxi UD The Sun SUNDAY, August 1, 1993 Kaleidoscope By George, holdout bothers more than just Colts' QB JefTW. George knows why he's not in training camp with the Indianapolis Colts. But, his absence is not costing him $4,000 a day. "I don't miss the food or the dorm living," said George, 29. "I don't miss the accommodations in Anderson. George has never been to Anderson, and he's never played football and doesn't un-, derstand the game. What he does have, however, is the same first and last name as the Colts quarterback, Jeff S. George, who has been a holdout from training camp since July 15. He's being fined $4,000 each day of his absence and the total reached $64,000 on Friday. "When I first came to Indianapolis my friends all told me, 'Oh, you've got a great name for this George said. "Now they me if I changed my name to Jack Tru- deau, my business would probably start doing a lot better." Trudeau is the Colts' backup quarterback. Jeff W. George is a distributor for Johnson Johnson Orthopedics replacement hips, knees and other joints. "We mainly cater to older people and quarterbacks," he said. POUNDINO AWAY AT THE DEFENSE: Colts rookie running back Roosevelt Potts, on -weighing in at 260 pounds, which is about 20 pounds more than offensive linemen Kirk and Ron Solt. "It doesn't matter what your weight is as long as you can tote the ball." NOT EXACTLY A VOTE OF CONFIDENCE: Add Potts: Said Colts coach Ted Marchibroda: "We're willing to give him the benefit of the as long as he shows us what he can do." HE'S ALWAYS LOVED PUBLICITY: Baseball superstar Reggie Jackson on the Reggie! bar making a comeback: "We thought it was worth doing from a novelty aspect It was a -good publicity idea." HE'S GREEN WHEN IT COMES TO QOLF: "Toni Kukoc, a three-time European basketball -player of the year, says his greatest challenge from joining the Chicago Bulls may come off "the court: "Everyone plays golf here. So I will have to learn." Sports in brief Reports: Lewis increasing intensity of his workouts In the weeks before he collapsed and died, Celtics csptsin Reggie Lewis wss increasing the intensity of his workouts, according to two published reports Saturday. The Boston Herald reported Lewis had at least one session of full-court running and shooting drills, on July 17 with Northeastern University student Sean Curran. And on the day he died, Lewis was planning to play basketball with a group of former college players who expected a full-court game. The Boston Globe reported. "We had it all lined up. It was going to be -up and down, a competitive run," said Bobby 'Francis, a former Boston College and Salem jState player. The reports appear to contradict a issued Thursday by Lewis' widow, Donna Harris Lewis, who said her husband had been careful not to exert himself while 'uncertainties remained about his health. WORLD RECORD SET IN 2-MILE RUN: JChalid Skah of Morocco set a world record in the 2-mile run, shaving nearly a second off the previous mark. Skah, 26, finished in 8 minutes, 12.17 seconds at the meet in Hechtel, Belgium. The previous record was set by Said Aouita on May 28, 1987, at Turin, Italy. MARTINEZ, GARRISON JACKSON IN FINAL: Top-seeded Conchita Martinez swept into the final of the U.S. Women's Hard Court Championships in Stratton Mountain, with a dominating straight set victory over fourth-seeded Manuela Maleeva-Fragniere. In the other semifinal, fifth-seeded Zina Garrison Jackson benefited from some questionable line calls to beat Beate Reinstadler, Martinez, the world's sixth-ranked player, overpowered Maleeva-Fragniere in every aspect and won 6-1, 6-2. AULBY PERFECT IN WINNING PBA EVENTS 'Mike Aulby grabbed a piece of PBA history, becoming the third player to win a tournament by rolling a 300 game as he won the $140,000 Wichita Open. Aulby, the top seed, needed perfection in beating David Ozio of Vidor, Texas, 300-279 in Jhe title match. It was the second title of the 6eason and 22nd of his career for Aulby, 33, of Indianapolis. to PERNFORS, MARTIN ADVANCE: Jlikael Pernfors of Sweden beat Petr Korda of Jhe Czech Republic, 7-6 (7-4), 7-5, in the semifi- of the $1.65 million Canadian Open tennis tournament in Montreal. The victory put Pernfors, a former top-10 $layer on an injury comeback, in position to Vin a tournament for the first time since 1988, when he won in Scottsdale, Ariz. In today's final, Pernfors will face 13th- ieeded Todd Martin, who drubbed unseeded fellow American Richey Reneberg, 6-3, 6-4. BRIEFLY NOTED: Dommiic Moblllo scored in the 58th minute to lead Canada to a 2-1 victory jjver Australia in a World Cup soccer qualifying match in front of a crowd announced at 57,775 at Commonwealth Stadium. Mafnii Custafston of Sweden and Carlos Costa of Spain earn won two matches to reach the final of the rain-troubled Dutch Open clay-court championships in Hilversum, Netherlands. From Sun News Services Roar of the crowd i fh Sun publishes letters to ths Sports editor on Sat-ordaya. Send letter to The Sun, Roar of the Crowd, 399 No. Street, Sen Bernardino, Ca. 92401, or fax to (909) 3S4-0327. Include your name, address end a daytime telephone number. 1 ouarts Quaker State 10VV-30 weight oil and quality oil Met-Add ji .99 lor waste oil disposal. Otter Eras nn w. core TTPF QOVOION 'XH4 80.000 m4e madwear hmdad warranty Saa atom lor Induded Upon Bequest MX4 LTXMS MXV4 STEEL RADIAL STEEL RADIAL 1 STEEL RADIAL 50,000 MILE 60,000 MILE 40,000 MILE MStWLMnorwuwWWARfuiiTY mtstoa inatEo rflfaowlAfi wAMwrrr WWStON leilTEO rRCAmEAR waMwirv CALL FOR LOW, LOW WINSTON PRICES ON MICHELIN' TIRES. 98 SALE Pair Installed 99 I UJInston "lalill Store Stockino Numben Only. Sale ends B1493 LIFETIME WARRANTY Quality macks by GabneT MM SALE Pair InstalM I uji7 Store StorJung NurrJjers Only Sue ends in 493 LIFETIME WARRANTY OujUrfy mads by GaLVMT 40,000 MILE LIMITED TREADWEAR WARRANTY -SR' RATIO STEEL BELTEO RADIAL FOR SPEED UP T0 112 MPH BLACKWALL 17570SR-13 $30.34 18570SR-13 31.30 18570SR-14 33.38 195770SR-14 35.32 BLACKWALL 15SSR-12 $17.98 155SR-13 23.68 165SR-13 25.72 16SSR-1S 30.98 fwiNSTON 44 2-3 334 43 1-7 179 3-5 191 17 7-3 199 75 1-3 4.17 54 3-4 4J3 St 1-1 5J5 Make) 42 41 Row, Scott 145 144 Sttfwrlanct Jcnn S3 S3 Shotmakar.S 94 93 SuMiRar 14 91 PtcK. Carta 77 74 Grimes. Miki SI 44 4 FergusoaJirn 23 20 ManwTodd 49 7) How, James St 92 TREAD DESIGN MAY VARY. LIMIT 4 TIRES PER CUSTOMER PER MONTH 4 1-1 4.00 irHTMrunrninu 12 1-3 4.14 49 42 2-7 US 14 1-7 ill i -Free Installation' 40,000 MILE LIMITED TREADWEAR WARRANTY SMOOTH RIDING. LONG WEARING STEEL RADIAL AT A GREAT PRICE Ma MAVERKXS BATDNO fTkroeeAi Frktey'i Game) AB HR RBI An TEAMUTTSM rnrwife TlNraoiri tenet) AB HWStn Cuomongi J571 SC 109 II 100 JM HotiOejert Ml 447 999 IS 171 J9J RivtrwH JW 553 1004 9odmm 3515 S5S 979 nmxn Mottmo ic ui fsi is ii ommva isn soi ms PKmSemw 3199499 amm Senjwe Ui! SOt 57 151 J5I SanBernono 34S) 504 192 9 II lit BaMnMd 3595 430 909 74 13.253 MXVKXMI. UTTMS LEADERS WUmmtnntttnurwnil Ml Ml An CHrfcHd 3D 75 111 I ft JS9 MS 41 17 1 47 J55 is its i ii jo W. Hoi 300 SI 103 I SI JS0 Smm.Rc 307 41 7 40 JO Potj.RJv 47 130 4 S3 J35 SWMki.Slk 250 37 I 42 la BoyUiPw 91 1 40.125 Turner. Sbr 32 54 104 14 S3 .323 KOTCO.H0 301 41 It 74 Jll MrfertrtSi 2D 47 10 4 33 Jll 43 Month Nationwide Warranty WJJLTEWALL P205r75R-15 $37.98 P215775R-15 39.20 41.22 P23S775R-15 41.98 WHOEWAJJ. P155780R-13 $21.98 P185780R-13 31.92 P18575R-14 32.94 P19575R-14 33.98 Reneis, Edn Toaw.Jotm Tavarez. Jesus Malirioski.OrU Samuels, Scott Moore, Kerwin Martinez, Ramon Torres, Tony Gouvha, Sean 390 74 139 I 93 1st 111 44 99 17 75 111 95 II 39 I II JOS 3M II 117 34 91 J03 313 71 93 55 197 245 45 74 1 47 179 137 10 4 15 177 234 IS 44 41 174 373 91 102 31 173 354 45 91 3 34 151 243 34 57 1 24 135 75 14 II 0 7.147 FREE CV BOOT INSPECTION AV0I0 COSILY RtPAlHS FROM WORN BOOTS JT JV SALE $89 2nd Boot. Same Ail 12 Price utvn P205775R-14 34.98 TREAD DESIGN MAY VARY LIMIT 4 nRES PER CUSTOMER PER MONTH MAVERtaCSPirOMIO TZAMOTOmS ERA HR SO ShOW Ncwfiiir Jim 459 402 9 24 SS3 Slf SSEr 421 IP BB SO WL ERA II I I I 14 1.74 41 33 70 II 5-1 1.94 30 29 13 21 4-2 3J0 139 141 31 II IM 174 30 37 9 II 1-1 410 91 109 21 44 S-4 4.22 4t 50 IS 27 4.69 Stockton 345 137 HWiDesert i.H 9B Riverside 4.27 9H SanJose 4J7 9 Modesto AM 907 Sanedno 4.41 927 331 100 397 sn 449 450 425 703 470 497 3N 111 504 107 34 5 26 SIS I 22 522 125 60,000 MILE LIMITED TREADWEAR WARRANTY 60,000 MILE LIMITED TREADWEAR WARRANIY Vmrtman.Ryan Person, Robert Spencer, Stan Partsono, Barry KerM, George Patterson, Jim Juetsoard, Jarod StaHard, Garry Wiry, Skip 40,000 MILE LIMITED TREADWEAR WARRANTY Picrinn CVeHev 4J4 111 RXuamonoa 53 59 33 42 5-4 4.70 SO 42 39 37 3-1 SJ3 41 73 37 29 5-4 5.75 13 II 3 10 1-2 7.43 53 41 23 SO S-0 7J7 440 711 S54 MS 417 MO SHunhk) AN 971 DISCDRUM CQ95T BRAKE SERVICE 01 Oal7Ks AS Low Stmt mmflllc psdt utra Replace Brake Pads or Shoes Wort Ugtri Truoka Resurface Rotors or Drums tnM r' Inspect other Components and Refill Brake Fluid Test Brake System FREE INSPECTION ESTIMATE before any work begins We stock Raybestos1 products, the Best in Ihe Industry. We have a Brake Job for your i Import or Domestic car or truck yfauitiSi We know Anti-Lock Brakes tAdditional parts services are often needed at substantial extra coat. OUAKES BATTING rrtreuen Motif's Game) SMOOTH. 0UIET RADIAL DESIGN PERFECT FOR YOUR LIGHT TRUCK. 4X4 OR SPORT UTILITY TRUCK STEEL RADIAL P23575R-15 30X9.50R-15 4Pfl 70.98 31X10.50R-15 4PR 76.98 LT21585R-16 8PR 75.98 LT23585R-16 "SR" RATED STEEL BELTED RADIAL RATED FOR ALL TYPES Of WEATHER CONDITIONS WHITEHALL P185770SR-14 $49.98 P19570SR-14 58.94 P20570SR-14 62.76 P21570SR-14 65.94 P20570SR-15 66.98 P21570SR-15 68.98 P22570SR-15 72.68 -TR-RAIEOfOR UP TO 118 MPH SMOOTH RIDING. LONG WEARING STEEL BELTED RADIAL BLACKWALL 155TR-13 $33.78 165TR-13 35.94 17570TR-13 43.54 18570TR-13 45.84 18570TR-14 46.90 195770TR-14 50.98 20570TR-14 54.48 Prices Subject to Change Addft.l.UpfolU SomaSiral 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH lUfinstoiil HR RBI AVO 29 12 II 1 11441 17 4 10 1JS1 43 101 7 40 .344 30 4 II 0 7 J41 117 33 40 17 51 171 301 43 92 4 4199 319 94 43 .295 191 M11S 40 219 344 57 99 10 47 IM 715 20 60 32 179 394 SS 1 01 7 47 .273 234 It 42 7 40 145 42 5 II I 1162 120 19 31 1 11.251 103 35 26 1 9 152 II 4 10 1.IM Moore, Vinct GieseU.Merk Smith, Ira SkaetkAndy SUM, Dm Bream, Scott Pugh. Scott HardNu, Jason Mulligan, Sean DrWtwater, Sean Pearce, Jeff Manahan, Austin Lopez, Pedro Powia, Kan Ho pjymajiTls wijjI tM btiWrJ tor Vm WW 90 4yi 1 Sm Hon nufiagw fof WOiyiOUAI. PTTO LEADERS SO W-L ERA RobarjoaSfk 140 123 31 9- 2J1 WoMeaki.AU 15 44 It 52 1- 3 255 Bot.S II 54 7- 2-45 111 109 27 71 7- 7 US Burkt.Cv 119 104 114 7-1 111 Bredf.Mod 104 95 32 92 10- 1 3J9 94 101 19 SS 4-S 141 Broom. Sit 115 94 17 19 9- 4 3.53 Varderweete. Si 130 1(1 74 7- 4 159 BemmarvHd 92 IS It 74 I- 2 142 SPIRIT BATT1N0 (Thnwin Pridey-i Ownt) Al HR RBI Ave Turner, Brian 322 54 104 It S3 121 Twftty.Stan ISO II SO 11111 MamnaLAAamr 49 117 4 37 1A PMM.SMVI 91 15 27 1 14 174 322 41 12 7 41 1SS Ardanon. Sieve 299 3S 74 I 50 .247 Bumen.Roger 114 1 33 1 13 141 Demenon.Tlm 295 42 72 I 39 144 Lorry, 75 13 II I 140 Fmi.MKtwl 229 71 55 13 43 140 Scott, Tim 294 31 41 Hill Cervanm, Ray 141 Jl 31 IJ .193 MotouvMI 10 7 10 I 4.125 SPNhT PITO4R40 IP SO W-t ERA Petfaia.Rod 111 109 27 71 7-7 2JS OJUAKES PITCHR40 IP BB SO W-L ERA 20 1-0 1.77 wron, Joe 31 17 47 39 SS 99 Hernandez, Fern SI S4 Grzeiaayk.Ken 129 144 IS 39 4-1 IM 32 1-3 142 41 S-l 4 01 34 71 9-4 4.53 33 2-1 4J4 BARSTOW 1240W.Maln 256-8977 COLTON 2099 Washington St. 783-3195 FONTANA 9530 Sierra 18 350-1013 HESPERIA 15790 Main SI. 049-5599 ONTARIO 761 W. Holt 983-3559 REDLANDS 410W.Colton 793-0166 RIALTO 364 E. Foothill Blvd. 874-6120 SAN BERNARDINO 601 N. Waterman 888-6661 VICTORVILLE 14675 7th Street 2454131 OPEN MONO A thru FRIDAY TIL BOO PM Barnes, Jon 47 47 31 117 57 45 St 37 Brown, Jeff 71110 II Loiseae.Ridi si 43 24 Beckett. Robbie 43 to 70 Kerr, Jason II 17 I 31 90 l-l 5.05 43 1-4 SJ3 SO 5-4 54 34 3-5 100 10 3-4 4.93 7 0-1 11.57 0v9r 1 90 Frlmdty Neighborhood Wtntton Brring Your VfW nd Automotfn Swvte Ntwdt Throughout CmHtomlM UJinstonTirss Quality You Can Depend On, Service You Can Trust.

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

About The San Bernardino County Sun Archive

Pages Available:
Years Available: