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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - May 24, 1976, Clearfield, Pennsylvania PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PROGRESS, Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pa., Monday, May 24, 1976 Srock Takes Late Model Thriller at Speedway By BANTLEY MYERS Clearfield Speedway Writer Dave "Grumpy" Srock won the Clearfield Speedway's late model feature Saturday night in a thrilling race with 19 other strong racing machines. Ken Confer took his first cadet feature, Clate Husted was too much for the coupes and John Heaton was first in the novice division. Twenty finely-tuned and humming late models were in the starting line when the green flag flew for the 25-lap feature. Srock was in the fifth row to begin but slipped into the third spot quickly and was pushing leader Bud Garvey and Larry Mitchell from the second spin around the half mile oval until the 14th lap. Nestor Peles' spinning car, 100-L, made for a restart on the 11th lap but Srock couldn't get past Mitchell until the 14th. One lap later Grumpy had Car 77 in front and gradually pulling away from the rest. Ten cars were actually in contention most of the time. The drivers stayed pretty much in a single line lap after lap as they roared around the track. About 50 yards separated Bud Garvey in front and Paul Wagner in the 10th position for half the race. Once Srock got to the front in the parade he moved out to a commanding edge over the rest. Last week s winner, Clate Husted, could do no better than sixth in the terrific, crowd-pleasing event. It wasn't until the 20th lap that Pokey White and Dick Gill squeezed by Bud Garvey and stayed there for second and third place. Mitchell refused to give ground to Clate for fifth. The beauty that Mitchell drives was third for 15 laps before Pokey and Gill took him. Again it was a fast-paced race with only the one restart to detract from the speedway action. The front ten were Indians Lose 12-11 In Home Run Derby WILCOX - Sam Wallace, who drove in five runs, and Jerry Bickel blasted two home runs apiece, but a ninth inning rally by the Clearfield Indians fell short and Wilcox held on for a wild 12-11 JC League win yesterday afternoon. There were 28 hits in the slugfest, including seven homers and six doubles. For Wilcox, Andy Anderson belted two home runs and Rich Polinski one to offset the circuit blows by Wallace and Bickel. Clearfield's Dan Heichel and Steve Harper and Wilcox' Andy Anderson each had three hits. It wasn't a good day for pitchers as only Bill Anderson, who put out the fire in the ninth for Wilcox, was effective. Loser Tom Kirsch and Harper split the mound duties for the Indians. Don Launer started for the hosts and Bunny Braun struggled into the ninth before Bill Anderson saved the day. Bickel's first roundtripper leading off the second inning staked Kirsch to a 1-0 edge, but Wilcox went in front for keeps in the third when Bob Feldbauer walked, Polinski doubled and Mike Shutika singled. The winners made it 4-1 in the fourth on a hit batsman, two Indian errors and Feldbauer's double. In the fifth, Clearfield scored a pair. Todd Wise walked and came around when Heichel doubled and the relay to third was off target. Barry Covey chased home Heichel with a sacrifice fly. Polinski got one of those runs back with a home run. Again, Manager Pete. Beish's Tribe pulled to within a run at 5-4 via Dan Danko's single, a balk and Wise's hit in the sixth. Wilcox then chased Kirsch as Andy Anderson homered to deep center, Feldbauer doubled and Frank Steinbach singled. Bickel saved a run when he picked Feldbauer off second, but Shutika singled off Harper and Bill Anderson reached base on an error as the seventh Wilcox run scored. A single by Harper and a home run by Wallace left the Indians down jut 7-6 in the seventh, but Andy Anderson got those two back for Wilcox by slugging another homer to dead center. The hosts closed out their scoring in the eighth on a hit by Bill Anderson, a walk, Braun's two-run double to center and Andy Anderson's single. Clearfield made it very interesting in the ninth. Heichel singled. Wilcox muffed a force attempt. Harper singled for an RBI. Wallace homered for three ribbies. Bickel homered. All of a sudden, it was 12-11. When Danko walked, Bill Anderson relieved Braun. Mike Stewart sacrificed the tying run to second, but Wise grounded out and Kirsch skied to center. The loss was the second for Clearfield, both high-scoring affairs. The Indians will try to avenge their opening 7-6 setback to Ramey Wednesday night at the Driving Park. Wilcox, bolstered by several players from the defunct Fox Township team, is off to a 2-0 start. CLEARFIELD -11 Heichel, cf Covey, 2b Beish,2B Harper, rf, If, p Wallace, 3b Bickel, c Danko, lb. If Putt, If Stewart, rf Wise, ss Kirsch, p, lb Totals AB 4 1 2 4 5 5 3 3 1 4 5 37 H RBI 3 0 WILCOX-12 AB A. Anderson, ss Feldbauer, 2b Steinbach, cf Polinski, 3b Shutika, c B. Anderson, If, p T. Launer, lb Eckert, rf Luslnski, rf D. Launer, p Braun, p, If Totals Clearfield Wilcox E-Covey, R 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 12 021 205-11 14 212 23x-12 14 5 6 5 4 4 1 0 3 2 39 RBI 4 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 4 2 010 002 Wise 2, Kirsch, Feld bauer, Polinski; 2B-Heichel, Covey, Feldbauer 2, Polinski, Braun,- HR- Wallace 2, Bickel 2, A. Anderson 2, Polinski; SAC-Covey, Stewart, A. Anderson; SF-Covey; SB-Harper, B. Anderson; SO-Kirsch, 2 in 5 Innings (Faced 3 batters In 6th). Harper, 2 In 3, D. Launer, 3 in 6; Braun, 1 in 2 (Faced 6 batters in 9th); B. Anderson, 0 In 1; BB-Kirsch 4, Harper 4, D. Launer 3, Braun 1, B. Anderson 0; W-D. Launer (1-0); L-Kirsch (0-1). Janesville Braves Grab Sole Possession of Lead in AAVSL The Janesville Braves moved into first place of the Moshannon Valley Men's Softball League yesterday by sweeping a doubleheader from Madera VFW, 17-5 and 19-5. Elsewhere around the circuit Madera Moose split with Janesville's Jets, Glen Richey played even with Brisbin in a doubleheader and Ramey and Houtzdale Moose both won a game in their twinbill. The Braves, now 3-1 after the second weekend of action, copped the opener 17-5 behind powerful hitting that resulted in 24 safeties. Joe Webb paced the attack with a homer, double and single but was aptly aided by Bud Lefebvre and Bill Ric-ciotti, each with a pair of singles and a double; George McCoy, who rapped two triples and a single; Jim Minalko, who singled twice in addition to doubling and tripling; George Holobinko, who singled and doubled, and Frank Stewart, who banged two basehits. For Madera VFW in the BATH ABODE 310 W.Beaver Ave. STATE COLLEGE OPEN: MON.-SAT. 9:30 - 5:30 238-3992 Be A Shrewd Shopper- FIRST CHECK Spinelli Ford Sales 552 State St. Phone 236-2840 Curwensville RUSTIC ACRES DISCOUNT FURNITURE Oklahoma-Salem Rd. DuBois 371-2632 first game Jim Thomas, Tom Leyo and Frank Hopnick each had two singles. In the nightcap Janesville's Braves romped to a 19-5 win with 23 hits. Leading the way was Ricciotti with a double and two singles. Banging out two singles each were Lefebvre and Russ Wills. Collecting doubles and singles were Stewart, McCoy, Webb and Roger Kuhn. Mihalko and Dan Ludwig each rapped two doubles. For the Vets Francis Zapsky smashed three basehits, Ed Hawkins, Jim Thomas and Rabb each doubled and singled, and Hopnick had two singles. The other Janesville squad, the Jets, didn't fare as well as their counterparts as they went down 9-7 before rebounding in the second game to top the Madera Moose 9-5. Pacing the Moose in the win was Tom Hensal with a homer and single. Other top stickers were Jim Gossar, a triple and single, and Larry Kitko and Jack Gardner, three singles apiece. For the losing Jets Mike Solen doubled and singled, Norm Dobish homered and singled and Mike Dobish homered. The second round found the Jets being led by John Solen's trio of singles. Mike Dobish, Dan Genesi and Mike Solen chipped in two singles each. For the Moosemen Jim Gossar's rapped a homer and single while Roland Swope and Larry Kitko both singled twice. Homers were abundant in the Glen Richey - Brisbin twinbill as the Richey's won the opener 11-5 before falling 10-5. In Glen Richey's win Jerry Mays smacked a homer and single, Bill Mosley rapped two singles and a double, Ron Clark and Ed Duez each RAYMOND L. COUDRIET 2ND & PINE STS. OFF. 765-9675 RES. 765-3280 "See me for all your family insurance needs." Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Slale Faim Insurance Companies Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois STATE 'ARM INSUHANCI banged out a pair of one-baggers and Bob Selfridge rang out two doubles. For Brisbin G. Thompson, F. Thompson and T. Lobb all homered. In the nightcap Jerry Dixon clouted a roundtripper for Glen Richey while for Brisbin, Kephart had two singles and F. Thompson had two doubles. The other doubledip, with Ramey losing 7-5 in the first before coming around for a 10-4 decision, also was highlighted by heavy swinging. For Ramey in the opener Chuck McCulley, Duane Pataky and Ira Srock all singled two times. For the Houtzdale Moose Lon Rasubler had a two-run homer while Jack Berg, Darrell Kephart, Ron Slogaski and Bill Sherwood each had two hits. For the Moose in their loss Joe Washell and L. Kasubick both had a pair of singles. In Ramey's offensive barrage Tom Janowiak and Carl Baer Jr., had three hits while McCulley, Pataky and Srock all had two hits. Janesville Jets 000 411 1-7 8 2 Madera LOOM 203 011 2-9 14 3 BRADY (1-1) and Washel, J J; MICK (1-1) and Gardner, MM. + + + Madera LOOM 001 211 0-5 7 4 Janesville Jets 620 010 x-9 17 3 LECERF (0-1) and Padllsky, MM; LEADIS (1-1) and Washel, JJ. + + + Brisbin 010 100 3- 5 11 1 Glen Richey 101 900 x-11 17 2 THOMPSON (0-1) and Sankey, E; DUEZ (1-0) and Mays, GR. + + + Brisbin 102 340 0-10 13 3 Glen Richey 122 000 0- 5 4 0 LOBB (2-0) and Natale, B; L. MAYS (0-1) and M. Mays, GR. + + + Madera VFW 000 OOS 0- 3 12 Janesville Braves 017 351 x-17 34 REBO (0-1) and Socoskl, VFW; RICCIOTTI (2-0) and Stewart, JB. + + + Janesville Braves 510 170 5-19 23 Madera VFW 200 020 1- 5 14 LUDWIG (1-1) and Ricclotll, JB; VANISH (0-1) and Vanish, VFW. + + + Ramey 000 221 1-5 10 2 Houtzdale LOOM 202 012 x-7 12 2 DUGAN(l-O) and Kephart, HL; ELLING (0-1) and Srock, R. + + + Houtzdale MooseOlO 010 2- 4 9 1 Ramey 021 014 x-10 14 2 KASUBICK (0-1) and Keohart, H; CARL BAER SR. (.1-0) and Carl Baer Jr., R. Mclaughlin photography Portraits of Distinction" CLEARFIELD, PA. 765-5081 ROBERT GREENAWALT CAMPER SALES Rt. 322 4 Miles E. of Philipsburg 342-4442 Eoetry in motion as they ummed and thumped past the stands. It was a" race to remember. Confer got in his first licks at being the cadet feature winner. Kenny's Car 69, a neat red and white job, was never in trouble for first place after Spencer Husted played bump with a few others and got knocked into last place. Only nine cars were in the field to answer Barry Williams starting flag in the 20 lap cadet hummer. Dan Davis, a heat winner, had mechanical difficulty on the pace lap and went for the pits. Spencer Husted actually Smith Is Fourth In Tourney WILKES-BARRE - Ron Smith of Clearfield was the only area wrestler to place Saturday in the 13-14 age division of the U. S. Kids Federation State Wrestling Tournament at Wilkes College. Over 195 entrants participated in the age group while there were 1,176 state participants in the fast-growing Federation. Smith placed fourth at 135 where Larry Kostelac of Carlisle was champ. Of the eighteen 13-14 All-Area Western Pennsylvania Finals champs crowned at Sharon last month, only two , could claim titles over the weekend in the classy Tourney. Joey Throckmorton of Waynesburg � at 90 and Terry Williams of Mill Hall at 145. The top four in each weight will move on to Erie for the Region II finals. The region covers an eight-state area. The state champs will also represent Pennsylvania in a quadrangular match June 5 at Cleveland Ohio featuring squads from the Buckeye State, Michigan and Canada. The placewlnners: 70-1. Jim Bresnak Bethlehem; 2. Phil Greenburg, Milton; 3. Mark Dytosick, Bethlehem; 4. Scott Wentz, Duncansville. 75-1. Gary Raucci, Churchill; 2. Neal Ickes, Boswell; 3. Dave Billig, Allentown; 4. Mark Carter, Dallas. 80-1. Craig Troyer, Fort LeBouef; Barry Awtrey, North Star; 3. Tom Clemente, Kingston; 4. Bill Fltz-Simmons, Berwick. 85-1. Kenny Nellls, Glenshaw; 2. Rick Alioto, Churchill; 3. Bill Goodlll, Erie; 4. Terry Wane, Erie. 90-1. Joey Throckmorton, Waynesburg; 2. Richy Roberts, South Wllliamsport; 3. Tim Clvlls, Altoona; 4. Stan Baker, Erie. 95-Tom Carr, Erie; 2. Kralg Nellls, Glenshaw; 3. Jim Olmstead, Lock Haven; 4. Roger Manlni, Tatomy. ' 100-1. Dave Malles, Lancaster; 2. Art Amelio, Saucon Valley; 3. Alan Franks, Uniontown; 4. George Chase, Erie. 105-1. Scott Webster, Athens; 2. Ron Costello, Erie; 3. Clem Wandrlsco, Carnegie; 4. Jay Patterson, Wilkes-Barre. 110-Gary Siegel, Mountalntop; 2. Clay Loutzenhelser, Greenville; 3. Tim Noughton, Erie; 4. Frank Snyder, Bethlehem. 115-1. Keith Coleman, Allentown; 2. Lewis Burke, Punxsutawney; 3. Matt Azlnger, Milton; 4. Bill Wolfe, Carlisle. 125-1. Jim Thatcher, Saucon Valley; 2. Brian Key, Wllliamsport; 3. Rich Ruppert, North Schuylkill; 4. Greg Leathers, Waynesburg. 135-1. Larry Kostelac, Carlisle; 2. Les Hampton, Tyrone; 3. Dan Corbln, Erie; 4. Ron Smith, Clearfield. 145-1. Terry Williams, Mill Hall; Chad Menzle, Ligonler Valley; 3. Matt Fornicola, Mountainvlew; 4. Mark Bonaccorsi, Bethel Park. 155-1. Bill Stidfole, Mount Union; 2. Sam Costanzo, Fort Washington; 3. Tom Barrett, Forest Hills; 4. Gary Nivens, Erie. s 175-1. Larry Cox, Lock Haven; 2. Kurt Hertz, North Allegheny; 3. Jim' Merrltts, Hollldaysburg; 4. John Stelyn; Bethlehem. Hwt-1. Bob Muth, Maplewood; 2. Ray Leskowskl, Kingston; 3. Tom Slowey, Bethlehem; 4. Chip Jablonskl, Warsaw. Mt. Loop Opens Tonite, 4 Games Set The Mountain Baseball League swings into action tonight with ail eight teams to play. The openers send McKenzie's Tire Service Colts of Clearfield to Hep-burnia,- Ramey to Coalport, Beccaria to Curwensville and Woodland to Genna. On Thursday, the teams which travel tonight will play their home openers, McKenzie's against Coalport, Ramey against Curwensville, Beccaria against Genna and Woodland against Hepburnia. Net Champs SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. (AP) - Tom Liebenduth of North Allegheny and Kathy Jordan of Upper Merion have won top honors in the PIAA tennis championship. Liebenduth, the No. 2 seed, captured the title Saturday with a 6-1,6-7,6-3 victory over Pete Tschernoff of Bishop McDevitt. The second-seeded Miss Jordan won the girls' championship by beating No. 1-seeded Berta McCallum of Mount Lebanon, 7-6, 6-1. In doubles competition, Lower Merion's Dave Ber-man and Oleh Hnatiuk came from behind to beat Pat Monaghan and Dick Marks of Harriton, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. Cathy Kolankiewicz and Sue Seay of Mont Lebanon defeated the Iroquois team, 6- 3, 6-0, in girls doubles. Meeting OSCEOLA MILLS - The Little Baseball Mothers Club of Osceola Mills will meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Osceola Mills VFW Home. made the best race of the cadet biggie. Spence got put back to the rear of the pack for a spinout on the fifth lap and then got turned around into the fence later for another lapse in racing time. Husted poured on the coals and passed everyone but Confer the final 10 laps. Clate Husted really showed the many chilled fans what his coupe Car 72 can do. Clate literally ran away with the feature, just as he had done in the heat race earlier. It was strictly "no contest" with Clate having a good quarter track distance between him and Pokey White. Bruce Taylor got walloped early in the coupe feature and manged to draw no closer than third. Last week's winner, Mark Osborne, didn't make the feature this time after running poorly in the heat. The novice gang had 21 cars in the pits and it was mayhem on the track when they all got together for a 12-lapper in winding up the night's program. After a few red flags for spinouts, crashes, loose bumpers, hoods awry and whatnot, it was Heaton fighting off the strong challenges of Frank Little and Lynn Stiver for the checkered flag and the number one prize. All in all, "it was a great night for track thrills even though the night made watching the races a bit on the cold side. Next weekend will find regular racing in all four classes on Saturday night and then a special 50 Late Model Invitational on Sunday for the Memorial Day Holiday. The turnout of late models makes the Clearfield Speedway one of the greatest tracks in this part of the country. Next week's races should prove even more exciting and advice to the wise says come early for choice seats in the grandstand or on drive-in, sit-in row. Rams Salvage Split With Rocket Club RAMEY - After DuBois' Mike Lepionka stopped Ramey 6-1 the Rams bounced back to clobber the visiting Rockets 12-5 to earn a split in yesterday afternoon's JC League doubleheader. The fireballing Lepionka held Ramey to just three hits in the opener while fanning 11 and walking just three. Two of the Ram hits came off the red-hot bats of Rob and Scott Viehdorfer, each with one double. The third safety was a single by losing hurler Jdhn Vigne, who gave up all six runs in the third frame. But the Ramey bats didn't stay cold for long as the Rams pounded a trio of DuBois pitchers for 12 hits and as many runs in the nightcap. Once again it was the hitting of the Viehdorfers that paced the Ramey attack, each coming through with a double and homer for a total of three RBI's. After starting pitcher Chuck Abbott gave DuBois a 3-0 lead in the "first the""Rams came back to bail their lefty out of trouble with a five-run outburst of their own. Rob Viehdorfer and Gary Folmar, who earned the win in relief, opened the rally with walks, followed by George Coval's run-scoring single, Vigne's RBI basehit, a two-run double by Scott Viehdorfer and Tom Janocko's run-producing two-bagger. In the second Ramey widened the gap to 8-4 with a lead-off homer by Rob Viehdorfer and Vigne's two-run roundtripper the same frame. Scott Viehdorfer added his solo shot in the fifth as Ramey went up by the score of 9-4 before turning over three more runs late in the contest. Ramey's next outing is Wednesday at Clearfield. STANDINGS: Wilcox 2-0; Ramey 2-1; DuBois 1-2; Clearfield 0-2. Janocko, If 3 0 0 0 Godin,2b 2 0 0 0 Coval.ph 10 0 0 Totals 24 1 3 1 DuBois 006 000 0-6 5 3 Ramey 000 000 1-1 3 6 2B-Goulthread, R. Viehdorfer, S. Viehdorfer; DP-DuBois (1); SO- Leplnka 11 in 7 Innings; Vlgne 4 In 2 1-3, Martell 1 in 4 2-3; BB-Leplnka 3; Vlgne 3, Martell 1; W-Leplnka (1-0); L-Vigne (01). DUBOIS - 6 AB Gouldthread, cf Muth,2b Mamula, If Lepionka,p Hanslovan, rf Frantz, 3b Dickey, ss Smith, lb Martino, lb Lazar, c Totals Patkalltsky, If Folmar, ss R. Viehdorfer, c Martell, 3b, p R. Sherkel, cf Vigne, p, 3b S. Viehdorfer, lb 3 2 3 4 3 2 1 3 29 RAMEY -1 AB H RBI 2 0 DUBOIS-5 AB Gouldthread, cf 3 F. Lepionka, ph 1 Mamula, cf, p 0 Muth, p, 2b 2 K. Karoleskl, If 2 Dickey,ss 2 Hanslovan, ph 1 Frantz, cf, p 1 Blskey, ph 1 Martino, lb 3 Lazar, lb 1 Smith, c 4 Schaffer, rf 4 Guthrldge, 3b. 3 Dlvlns,2b, If 3 Totals 31 RAMEY-12 AB R. Viehdorfer, cf 4 Folmar, ss, p 3 Sherkel, rf.ss 3 Coval,c 3 Vlgne, 3b 3 Tubo, 3b 1 S. Viehdorfer, 3b, rf Janocko, If Godln,2b Abbott, p Martell, 3b Totals DuBois Ramey 310 520 3 4 1 2 31 000 112 R 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 12 1- 5 6 X-12 12 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 RBI 1 H RBI 0 0 2 B-Gouldthread, Dlvlns, Hanslovan, S. Viehdorfer, R. Viehdorfer, Sherkel, Tubo, Janocko; HR-Muth, Dlckev, R. Viehdorfer, S. Viehdorfer, Vlgne; DP-DuBols-1; SO-Muth o In 1-3 Innings, Frantz 3 in 6, Mamula 0 In 2-3; Abbott0 In 1 1-3, Folmar2 in 5 2-3; BB- Muth 2, Frantz 1, Mamula 1; Abbott 2, Folmar 0; W-Folmar (1-0); L-Muth (0-1). Shain, Osceola in Wins PHILIPSBURG - Shain Industries and Osceola Mills opened up their season with doubleheader sweeps while Mo Valley copped its league debut in Sunday's Philipsburg Teener League action. Shain pummeled the Elks 29-1 and 29-0 for its opening day victories under long-time coach Bill "Keno" Beezer, who is stepping down after this season. In the first game, John Zelenky whiffed 15 en route to a three-hitter and slugged a pair of triples and two singles m the process. Pat Coval rapped two doubles and a single as well. In game two, Shain blasted out 22 hits while riding Larry Dobo's one-hit effort to the other triumph. Dobo yielded a fourth-inning double to the Elks' Mark Sudik as the only safety. Pacing the hot-handed winners were Dobo with two doubles and a single, Merle Lonjin, Al Ailliams, Mark Panik and Chris Fye with three singles each, Pat Coval with a double and a single, and Doug Wagner with a pair of safeties. At Osceola Mills, the hosts swept a pair from Port Matilda 7-0 and 18-1. In the opener, Mark Bezilla fired a three-hit shutout and used Kevin Wigfield's two singles and Kurt Bryan's double as batting support for the win. In the second game, Osceola exploded for 14 hits while Bryan fired an 11-strikeout, three-hitter as well. Bryan helped his own cause with a triple and two singles while Drew Albert's two doubles and two singles, Greg Sidorick's three-bagger and trio of singles, and Mike Bezilla's double provided the bulk of the hitting for the winners. Sparked by Chris Sherkel's three-hitter and Jim Supenia's first-inning two-run homer, Mo Valley romped over Ibberson's Drug Store 12-4. Sherkel fanned 14 and walked eight as he received support from Supenia, who also singled, John Hawkins andScottCharney with a pair of hits apiece, Andy Powell with a double and Paul Leskavansky's double. The second game was postponed due to the fact that umpires did not show. Standings: Shain 2-0, Osceola Mills 2-0, Mo Valley 1-0, Ibberson's 0-1, Port Matilda 0-2, Elks 0-2. Shain 854 010 9-29 16 2 Elks 000 001 0- 1 3 9 ZELENKY (1-0) and Coval, SI; CARPIN(0-1),T. Harris(3), McQulllen (6) and Sudik, Welker (6), E. + + + Shain 162 706 7-29 22 3 Elks 000 000 0- 0 IB DOBO (1-0) and Fye, SI; B. HARRIS (0-1), T. Harris (3) and Sudik, E. + + + Port Matilda 000 000 0-0 3 4 Osceola Mills 104 002 x-7 6 0 REESE (0-1) and Bennett, PM; BEZILLA (1-0) and Sldorlck, OM. + + + Port Matilda 001 000 0- 1 3 4 Osceola Mills 119 502 x-18 1 4 3 HALL(O-I), Bennett (3) and Bennett, Hall (3), PM; BRYAN (1-0) and Sldorlck, OM. + + + Mo Valley 212 0 52 0-12 9 I Ibberson's 000 001 3- 4 3 4 SHERKEL (1-0) and Hawkins, MV; WILSON, (0-1), B. Williams (4) and Fetzer, 1. LATE MODEL DIVISION First Heat-1. Pokey White; 2. Bud Garvey. Second Heat-1. Dick Gill; 2. Dave Srock. Semi-I. Bob Wearing; 2. Paul Wagner. Feature-1. Srock; 2. White; 3. GUI; 4. Garvey; 5. Larry Mitchell; 6. Clate Husted; 7. Wearing; 8. Jim Walker; 9. Butch Goss; 10. Paul Wagner. CADET DIVISION First Heat-1. Dan Davis; 2. Lew Cochran. Second Heat-1. Ken Confer; 2. Bob Roos. Feature-1. Confer; 2. Spencpr Husted; 3. Gary Davis; 4. Marv Hockenberry; 5. Roos; 6. Bob Kistler. COUPE DIVISION Heat-1. Clate Husted; 2. Bruce Taylor. Feature-1. Husted; 2. Pokey White; 3. Taylor; 4. George Sankey; 5. Bub Harnlsh. NOVICE DIVISION First Heat-1. Archie Hynd. Second Heat-1. Darrell Dleh.l. Semi-1. John Heaton. Feature-1. Heaton; 2. Frank Little; 3. Lynn Stiver. Crissman's Trounced By Jack's Jack's Distributing scored at least five runs in four times at bat to drub Crissman Excavating 29-4 in a Clearfield Old Town Softball League makeup game yesterday at Penelec Field. Mike Moore's four singles, Jerry Reinke's triple and two singles, Barry Moore's home run and single, John O'Link's triple and double and Tom Luzier's two doubles featured a 17-hit attack. Bill Moore doubled and singled and John Moore doubled for Jack's, which leveled its record at 1-1. Bill Collins scattered four hits for the victory. Crissman's, which fell to 0-2, got a double from Rick Sloppy. Jack's 061 589 0-29 17 4 Crissman's 110 010 1- 4 4 5 BILL COLLINS (1-1) and John Moore, Bob Moore (5), J; SENNETT (0-1), Evans (6) and Vadala, C. Sports Menu Baseball TODAY Moshannon Valley League Moshannon Valley at Glendale " Central Penn League Bellefonte at Bald Eagle Nittany Penns Valley at Bald Eagle Area Clearfield Senior LL Lions vs Bank 8. Trust Mo Valley Senior LL Coalport at Ramey Irvona at Glasgow Clearfield LL St. Charles vs Fulllngton's (6) CNB vs Harbison-Walker (8) Four-Leaf Clover LL Munson al Woodland Morrisdale-Hawk Run at Allport Lanse at Ouehanna Frenchvllle al Grassllat-Drlftlng Kylertown at Blgler Houtzdale Rec League Pirates vs Cubs Philipsburg Teener League Port Matilda at Elks Ibbersons at Osceola Mountain League McKenzie's at Hepburnia ^ ' Ramey al Coalport Beccaria at Curwensville Woodland at Genna TUESDAY Clearfield Senior LL Tafco vs Elks Curwensville Senior LL Central Hotel vs Stale Bank Clearfield LL Kurtz vs Dairy (6) Eagles vs Strattan (B) Curwensville LL Moose vs Curwensville Lions (C) Sanitary Milk vs Cheese (G) Mo Valley LL Redblrds at Ramey Van Ormer at Janesville Irvona at McCartney Glasgow-Blandburg at VFW Men's Softball TODAY Old Town League Moyer's vs K of C (6:30) West Side vs CCDC (8:30) West Branch League Allport at Munson Morrisdale at Plnchy TUESDAY Old Town League CNB vs St. Charles (6:30) Piper vs Jack's (8:30) West Branch League Over the Hill vs Cutoff Kylertown vs Wlnburne Girls Softball TODAY Moshannon Valley League Mo Valley at Glendale Area Little League Roundup STRATTANSHOCKS DAIRY Strattan Motors came up with three runs in the top of the sixth to knock off Clearfield Dairy 13-10 in a Clearfield Little League make-up Saturday at Kurtz Field. The loss by Dairy now means that there are no undefeated teams in the league after just one week of play. Nick Viehdeffer limited the Dairymen to four hits, two of them singles by Eric Hoover. Alan Fox stroked four singles, Chris Peterson three and Dan Lewis two for the Motormen in their initial win of the season. Standings: County National Bank 2-1, Eagles 2-1, Harbison-Walker 2-1, Clearfield Dairy 1-1, Strattan Motors 1- 1, St. Charles 1-1, FABCO 1-1, Lawdan 1-1, Kurtz Brothers 1- 2, Elks 0-2. Strattan 324 103-13 10 6 Dairy 310 330-10 4 6 VIEHDEFFER (1-0) and Lanlch, 5M; Hurley, BELL (0-1) and Bell, Hurley (3), CD. MOSLAK, MUNSON TOUGH Munson's Jim Moslak twirled a nifty three-hitter to down Morrisdale-Hawk Run 9-1 in a Four Leaf Clover Little League make-up scrap Saturday at Munson. Moslak whiffed seven and walked just one for his first victory of the year while Fred Vroman blasted a three-run homer in the first to provide the Munson crew with all the firepower they needed. Bobby Rusnak chipped in with a triple and a double while Danny Timko doubled, Standings: Grassflat-Drifting 6-0, Quehanna 4-1, Kylertown 4-2, Frenchville 4-2, Allport 3-2, Munson 3-3, Lanse 2-4, Bigler 1-4, Woodland 1-5, Morrisdale-Hawk Run 0-5. MHR 100 000-I 3 5 Munson 330 12x-9 6 2 HUBLER (0-2) and Shaw, MHR; M. J. MOSLAK (1-1) and D. Moslak, M. 105 RUNS Offense was the name of the game in the Moshannon Valley Little League over the weekend as 105 runs were scored in the three games played, averaging out to 35 runs per contest. The Coalport Redbirds copped their opener 32-8 over a hapless Janesville crew, McCartney ripped Glasgow-Blandburg 25-15, and Irvona upped its log to 2-0 by tripping the Coalport Bluebirds 15-10. At Janesville, the Redbirds exploded for a pair of 11-run innings in their quest for defense of the 1975 crown. Pacing their 17-hit attack were Terry McGarvey with a home run, double, and single, Mike Vesnesky with three singles, Ron Jasper with a pair of doubles and single, Mike Spangle with a double and a single, Dan Haggerty and Rick Holt with two singles each, Joe Cusick with a roundtripper, and Pat Turchick with a three-bagger Darrell Selvage's home run and double and Ken Peach-man's four-bagger topped Janesville. Dennis Ball was very much in evidence for McCartney against invading Glasgow-Blandburg as he blasted three homers and seven RBI's and twirled a three-hitter. Terry Hunt smashed a home run, double, and single, Rick Davies and Bob Swatsworth each singled thrice, Leonard Rebar doubled and singled, and Jed Duncan rapped two safeties for the winners. Meanwhile, Hockenberry plunked a homer for the losers. Dave Rowles tossed a four-hitter while Pat Leyo stroked a double and a single to lead Irvona past the Bluebirds. Bill Peterson, Rich Caskey, Rowles, and Ivan Queen all stroked two singles while John Lloyd and Dave Hamilton each bopped doubles. Brian Rydbom smacked a triple and a single for the Birds. Redbirds 3 11 0 70 11-32 17 2 Janesville 2 3 0 00 3- B 57 Vesnesky, JASPER (1-0) (4), Turchick (6) and Spangle, Williams (5), CR; RICCOTTI (0-1), Delattre (4), Saupp (5), Dickson (6) and Peachman, J. + + + G-B 702 1 3 2-15 3 7 McCartney 307 4 11 x-25 1 8 3 TRAVENY (0-1) and Hommer, GB; BALL (1-0) and Swatsworth, M. + + + Irvona 106 341-15 12 6 Bluebirds 211 140-10 4 8 ROWLES(1-0) and Caskey, Leyo (4), I; BLAKE (0-1), Lalng (4) and Rydbom, CB. BUCSSHOOTCARDS The Pirates copped their second win in three years as they ripped the Cardinals 28-15 and the Phillies shellacked the Cubs 14-3 in the opening day games of the Houtzdale-Woodward-Brisbin Recreation League Saturday. The Bucs cracked 25 hits including Greg Majewsky's magnificent 6-for-6 effort with a triple, two doubles, and three singles. Also for the Pirates, Scott Evans blasted a pair of doubles and three singles, Brian Genesi and Ross Kitko each belted a double and two singles, Pat Reifer cracked three safeties, and both Dave Murarik and Mike Albright doubled. Meanwhile, Brad Kephart was playing havoc with the Buc pitching staff as he clouted a home run, a triple and two singles to pace the losers. Jeff Moore poked three doubles while Scott Kephart socked a pair of two-baggers and a single. Tony Waslosky smashed two doubles and two singles while Jim Leskavanski ripped a home run, a triple, and a single to support Randy Wilson's 11-strikeout effort for the Phils. The Cubs' Jack Sahlaney tripled. Cubs 000 120- 3 7 10 Phillies 404 42x-14 16 4 FREEBERG (0-1) and Lewis, C; WILSON (1-0) and Waslosky, P. + + + Cards 331 440-15 17 7 Pirates 84B 44x-28 25 3 LOV E (o-l), D. Kephart (4), McBrlde (4) and B. Kephart, C; Reller, STODART (1-0) (5) and Evans, P. There's something for everyone in The Progress. WEST SIDE DIST. 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