Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Bedford Gazette Newspaper Archives Apr 4 1990, Page 4

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Daily Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - April 4, 1990, Bedford, Pennsylvania Gazette sports april Bedford Runnin rebels get heroes Welcome along vegas strip univ teammates David Stacey Cvijanovich and Chris Jeter show off their Mcaa championship rings in Las vegas a Las vegas a thousands of people lined downtown glitter Gulch and the glitzy Las vegas strip tuesday evening to Welcome Home College basketballs new National the univ Runnin crowds in the downtown area brought the Parade to a Stop As they crushed around the four convertibles carrying the rebel the Thomas Mack where the rebels was packed of a Welcome Home ceremony following the names of univ Runnin rebel players flickered across strip marquees and residents of this City of remained in a party Mode following monday nights 10373 Victory Over Duke for the National the rebels arrived on a charter flight shortly after 3 Edt at a restricted area of Mccarran International the arrival was closed to the Public because several thousand people mobbed the univ players on their arrival Home following the West regional last rebel coach Jerry Tarkanian said monday nights Victory was just beginning to sink i feel real Good Tarkanian i Felt too emotionally drained last night to real Benton tosses second no hitter Kormanski on hits mount Union Martinsburg Tracy Ben ton pitched her second no hitter in three outings this Spring and also knocked in five runs to propel Bedford to an 180 win Over Central Benton struck out 14 batters in the five inning contest and Al Lowed three the Only out made by Central on other than a strikeout was on a first inning after no hitter trac Benton second no hitter in 90 Benton faced was Able to connect in fair she was great said Bison coach Amy it was an exceptional Day for her All Benton had two doubles in her three trips to the also going 23 on the Day were Debbie an Derson and Amy we hit Well As a we seemed to have most of our hits in a and this time the third inning was our Ray the bosons scored 12 runs in the she said the Isons needed to make some defensive adjustments due to Angie Diehl was particularly effective switch ing from shortstop to Shes a real capable athlete Able to play Well out of her Normal Ray now the bosons visit Southern Fulton Bedford Central 0 Bedford 00 18 10 Central 000 0 0 b Benton and Smith c Rhodes and 2b Brenton 3b Tussey Mountain 12 mount Union 3 mount Union Tussey Mountain ran its season record to softball 31 tuesday with a 123 Breeze at mount coach Don who started seven underclassmen continued to be some what surprised with the Progress his Young team is we played everyone we had dressed who was he we Are not by any Means a Good bal club right we Are just trying to win a few games against certain were very pleased that we Are making a Little Susan making her third pitching Al Lowed Only one hit a single by mount unions Huffnagle in the third Kormanski also helped herself at the plate with three Denise Shope had and Shawna Black added Angie contributed a two run double for the and knocked in three runs with three Tussey plays at Southern Huntingdon on Tussey Mountain 12 mount Union 3 Tussey Mountain 004 070 mount Union 002 100 1 to Susan Kormanski and Denise my Gill land and 2b Mangie Southern Fulton 23 Northern Bedford 12 Loysburg Northern bed Fords season delayed due to the panthers extended stay in the Pisa basketball proved not to be what coach Mike erode hoped As no dropped a 2312 contest to Southern each Side issued 18 and erode noted that the difference in the game was they had More clutch hits than we did at crunch each Side used two but none Able to locate the dish consistently in the Windy it was a Tough Day for that for Ive never seen anything like said Stacy Decker had two hits for Jodi Gordon had three hits for Southern and Karen Strait and Melissa Weller had two the two teams will play a rematch Friday at Southern Fulton 23 Northern Bedford 12 Southern Fulton 034 113 11 Northern Bedford 200 023 5 7 of Karen Steph Mills 6 and Jodl no Stacy Amy Clouse 6 and Mary Cathy Rightenour up 38 Noamy Muthler no hits Southern Fulton Everett opens with rout at Forbes Loysburg Mark Muthler threw a no hitter against Southern Fulton in a 41 contest tuesday to get his second win of season and lift Northern bed Ford to a 30 Muthler was also an offensive scoring the Black panthers second run in the first and Dou bling in the fifth to drive in Gary it was his that spelled doom for the the closest they got to a base hit was a difficult ground Ball to deep Short in the which was ultimately scored As a throwing or he kept the Ball Down and mixed his pitches no coached King commented of Muthler performance in blustery the panthers scored two runs in the first primarily with the Benefit of four a run in the fifth came on Steeles triple and Muthler Herman Hofacker scored the final run in the sixth on a double Southern Fulton scored its run without Benefit of a hit in the the indians combined a wild pitch and infield error to get across the Northern will try to remain undefeated in hosting Central Ful Northern Bedford 4 Southern Fulton 1 Southern Fulton 000 100 0 1 0 2 Northern Bedford 200 011 of Ruppenthal and no Muthler and 2b 3b baseball Mark Muthler Everett 14 Forbes Road 2 Hustontown Everett overpowered Forbes Road 142 in the opener to the warriors baseball season with Jerry Beck pitching three shutout innings for the Travis Sams excelled offensively for the getting three hits and five rib in addition to scoring two a seven run outburst in the third by Everett put the game out of reach and eventually forced use of the the warriors outhit Forbes Road 113 and got major contributions from Corey Reffner and Mike Greenwald with two hits each and from Micah Lingenfelter and Kevin who each knocked in two for a first we didst look said coach Bob we were making Good Contact at the he said Beck looked Sharp considering the cold and Ben Layton did a Good Job relieving in the final two Everett hosts Shanksville thursday and then hosts Shade Friday in a game that was originally scheduled to take place next Everett Forbes Road 2 Everett 137 30 14 11 0 Forbes Road 000 11 2 32 e Jerry Ben Layton 4 and Kevin Cody Clark for House 3 and 2b Melcah Corey Brandon Collins Mcconnellsburg 13 Tussey Mountain 4 Saxton Mcconnellsburg used a six run rally in the fifth inning to defeat Tussey tuesday the behind Pitcher Fred held the spartans to a 44 through four before Mcconnellsburg erupted in the we had Good ballgame until the fifth said to coach Glenn i dont know if Fred tired since this was the second time Hes pitched against if they started getting Good timing on either we sort of fell apart in the fifth inning and never the titans got nine hits against but were unable to take full advantage of their we had the bases loaded in the first two innings and get anybody said the turning Point May have come with two out and the bases loaded in the when fresh Man Travis grouse relieved Mcconnellsburg starter Kelly grouse got out of the Jam in the then held to score less Over the final five he slammed the door on said he pitched very Dan Woomer and Thad Oneal had two hits each for Dan Shawn Lynch and Seiders had three hits each for the and Jason Gor Don and grouse had you have to give Mcconnellsburg they always make said is at Forbes Road on Mcconnellsburg 13 Tussey Mountain 4 Mcconnellsburg 211 060 3 1317 Tussey Mountain 130 000 4 9 m Kelly Travis grouse 2 and Jason to Fred Scott Clark Dan Woomer Dennis Mills 7 and Dan Woomer Clark 2b Mkelly 3b Imdan Woomer ize what had it really hit me this our kids played their Best game in their biggest he i told our kids before the game it would come Down to the last and i was hoping wed have that last a Parade was planned tuesday night through downtown glitter Gulch and along the Las vegas a Welcome Home ceremony was set for the Thomas Mack where the rebels strip marquees which feature top names in the entertainment world carried messages of con along with the names of the rebel Las vegas metro police braced for a second night of Rowdy ism As rebel faithful celebrated their first National championship in three trips to the final police closed Maryland the main Street through the univ monday night because of the the Street was reopened after crowds thinned one officer suffered a minor in jury and one person was arrested after some 800 people gathered at Tarkanian celebrity sports across from police said 800 people lounge at one another person was injured when Cut with a broken Beer bottle at cheers bar and near the some car windshields were broken at the Thomas where thousands of fans gathered to watch the at least two thrown Beer bottles hit police cars in front of the slots a fun Casino on the More than Las vegans who went to Denver for the basketball classic headed Home late monday and Early More than 500 returned on four charter flights in the predawn among those on hand at the teams Headquarters hotel in Den ver were Nevada Harry Reid and Richard Bob mayor Ron Lurie and Sig a Las vegas advertising executive and Media adviser to president Denver Stapleton Airport echoed with chants of rebels As fans headed for flights it was meant for us to be Lurie said As he waited for his we proved we were weve been demeaned All said boxing promoter Bob also waiting for a we just destroyed this was a tribute to the coach and the the Mcaa really did a number on univ this returning fans were greeted by signs throughout the Airport Hail ing the rebels As the new toll Booths at the facility featured Handwritten signs with the final Hatcher sent to reds for two prospects a Billy who didst figure to play much As the Pittsburgh pirates fifth was traded tuesday to the Cincinnati reds for pitching Prospect Mike Roesler and infielder Jeff the Deal was completed More than a week after the two sides began and was finalized after the pirates backed off their initial demand for Pitcher Norm pirates general manager Larry formerly the reds farm said Hatcher initially asked to be traded in after Bobby Bonilla was moved from third base to right its no secret that for us to be our three outfielders Andy Van Bonilla and Barry Bonds must get at bats among Doughty Reynolds is going to get his a bats and that leaves Only 100 to 125 a bats for the fifth Billy Hatcher asked me if he want going to be a starting out or if he want going to get More if i would consider trading i dont have any problem with him feeling that Way and i have honoured that the pirates obtained from the Houston astros last 18 for outfielder Glenn Wil in 27 games with the he batted with one seven Bis and two stolen he was hitting with no homers and three Bis this Hatcher left the team tuesday to Fly to where his was in and split the 1989 season Between the reds and their class aaa Nash Ville farm both players were in the reds major league Camp this the 205pound a was 01 with a Era in 17 reds appearances and was 64 with 10 saves and a Era at Richardson hit with one Homer and 25 Bis in 88 games at Nashville and with two homers and 11 Bis in 53 games in Roesler will join the pirates in Bradenton on Richardson was temporarily the teams class a Salem farm club until a roster spot develops at class aaa but i like his fastball he throws it 92 Miles per hour and he has a hard Slider and Good deception on his Doughty said of Hes got a Chance to Start the season with us we have a few Days to look at i put him in a class with Randy Kramer and Rookie Scott pitchers who Are just about ready to pitch on the major league manager Jim Leyland said the pirates wont decide on their 12 Man pitching staff until the next Toast exhibition game the pirates have 10 pitchers on their roster and 11 in including who Hast Al Lowed an earned run in five exhibition appearances but is on the Buffalo right were certain about nine pitchers and the other three will come from five including a couple at Doughty theres a Chance one or two might pitch at then join us in new York in Pittsburgh pirates Catcher Mike Lavalliere cracks his Bat while hitting against the Texas rangers in tuesdays exhibition Jeff King and Jay Bell homered for the pirates and had three hits each As they Defeated the Lethander Bob Patterson earned the win in a

Search all Bedford, Pennsylvania newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for April 4, 1990

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.