Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jul 24 1973, Page 9

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 24, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaBridgeman joins staff of All Star prep cagers Columbia Florence morning news tuesday july Columbia Bridgeman of West Florence will replace Taft Wilson of Hart Seville As an assistant coach on the South basketball squad for the 26th annual game next tuesday in Columbia s Carolina coliseum. Watson is being replaced because he is no longer in the High school coaching ranks. He will become head basketball coach of Francis Marion College this fall. The lop basketball and foot Ball players from the 1973 seniors in slate schools gather in Columbia wednesday to begin practice for the games. The North South games Are annual features of the summer game is scheduled for tuesday night in Carolina coliseum with the football game to follow Friday night aug. 3, in Williams Brice stadium starting time for both games is 8 . Ball squads and the two 12 Man basketball squads have been instructed to report not later than 10 a.m., wednesday at the the University of South Carolina s Rex Enright athletic Center. The teams will be housed on the University Campus and will the football game is return . Ning to the University of South Carolina stadium this year after several years at High school stadiums in the Colum Bia area. Coaches for the All Star games will meet in Columbia at 3 ., tuesday to prepare for. The arrival of lie 90 All Star players the following morning. Players for the iwo 33 Man foot Jerry Waters of Charleston s Middleton High school will coach the South basketball All stars with Reggie Christopher of Rock Hill directing the North. Christopher s assistant will be Danny Broom of boiling Springs. Dalton Rivers of James k. Byrnes High school at Duncan will head the North football staff with Leon Maxwell of Bamberg Ehrhardt As head coach of the South. Rivers assistants Are Bob Blanton of Blacksburg and Bill Phillips of Greenville s Wade Hampton High. Assisting Maxwell will be Ladson Cubbage of Mcclenaghan High at Florence and Julius Derrick of Conway. The South Carolina athletic coaches association clinic gets underway monday with Dean Smith of the University of North Carolina this year s basketball lecturer. After two Days of basketball. Lou of North Carolina slate University and four of his assistants will direct the football phase of in clinic. Girls softball results the girls softball league continued in full swing As he season neared completion. Last thursday. Overbite racked up another win Over Albert s red White 17-7 and Eaddy co. Han ded Calculi Harrell their first loss 15-5. Karen Mclellan pit Ched her first win and Denise Mccutcheon accepted the lose. Laurens Francis went three for four and Amy Rabon. Yuvonne Howard and Candy Gibson Al went two for four for overbite Albert s offence was led by Rachelle Edmonds with two hits for three trips to the plate. Teresa Mcdonald homered singled and pitched the win for Kaddy co. Backed by the three for three Hilling of Teresa Courtney and two for two Mark of Van Springs. For Calculi Harrell. Pam Register and pit Cher Joann Costas hit two for three and Lynn Mccants and Lauren Collins powered a perfect three for three. Last Friday s game showed Albert s its first Victory Over the Quincy team. 8-1. Denise Mccurl Lilii aimed the attack and Lisa Hales collected two of the Winner s three Hils including a final inning double. Renee Russ held Down the Mound and led the offence Al iwo for three in cause. The graft hut kept on keeping Vii in the mite division As it Rock s Texaco 11-6. Truanne Moore chalked up Mother one hit Victory behind he iwo for two triple and double i left fielder Tammy Calculi. Sherry Johnson was the Star Ling loser for Rock s As Teresa. Issac got its Only hit. In the second mile game. Army Navy dealt pet milk its fifth straight loss in the Besl defensive showing of the year. Susan Cruickshank and Tracy 1 Rick combined to allow Only four hits and one run for Pel while Navy picked up three runs on four hits including a triple by Robin Bacote. Valerie Hartly pitched the loss while Meg Williams. Susan Mims. Jenny Lanier and Julie Flowers were responsible for the pet Hils. Flowers played Good defense for pet milk while Rosemary York led the winning defense. The game remained scoreless for the first three innings before pet scored on two hits and Navy tied in up at i -1 pet was then held with iwo runners on. Then singles by Wendy Williams and Josephine Wright and the triple by Bacote gave Navy the winning margin. Rock s Texaco moved Inlo. Undisputed second place last Friday As they Defeated Mangum s Navy 15-7. Sherry Johnson fired the win and Susan Cruickshank looped the loss. Kathlene Jackson and Karen Barlow went 2 for 4 Wilh 2 singles and 2 doubles respectively for Rock s while Penny Sellers went two for three for the losers. Rock s exploded with Good base running and powerful Hilling in the unrelenting win. The final game of the week gave Craft hut their fifth straight with an 11-1 decision Over Worsham s Sunico. Craft hut hurler Druanne Moore allowed Only two singles by Worsham s Catcher Diane Snipes and Short fielder Donna Moore while Cecile Newsome and Michele Bryant went one for one for the winners. Norma Miner pitched the loss. Pel milk broke their losing Streak by taking a three two win Over Florence restaurant Supply in further Mike action. Pet lied up restaurant sup ply at one after two innings and two Afler three scoring the win Ning run on iwo final innings nil by Julie Flowers and Jenny Lanier. Von broach played con Sis ant defense for the losers As Vicky Touchberry took the loss. Willa Welch allowed Only a single by Terry Gainey and a Homer by broach in the win As pet milk combined to play Brilliant defense. Al the plate for pet. Susan Mims went two hits for three times Al hat. Sheralon could l pull out the next game As Navy became victorious in a Good seven two Ball game. Tracy Irick was again on the Mound for the winners allowing Only one hit by third baseman Sharon Miles while Kara Taylor took her first loss fors Hearton. Dyne la Hemmingway led Navy on offence Wilh a flawless iwo for iwo accomplishment. Army Navy got off to an Early one Zero Lead but Pul the game out of reach on Good defense and a big four run second inning. In Small Fry action. Oreo fell to Eaddy co. Saturday 21-9. Teresa Mcdonald gained her fifth win and Terry Miller looped the loss. Mcdonald also led the winning offence with 3 doubles and a single followed by Hes a Riddick Wilh a three for four Day s work. Renee Russ and Marva Grant carried the big Slick Wilh a Homer double and single and three singles suits Price Don Richards shirts Price Arrow Short sleeve Halbrook sport Coats off Singleton s men s shop downtown respectively. Oreo continued to have problems monday As Calculi Harrell Caine out on top in a close 18-13 decision. Joanne Costas gathered another win on the Mound and Renee Russ was the Startin Gloser. Costas also led the hitting Wilh a perfect two for two followed by the two for four Mark of Collins. Laura Cockfield and Melody Small world for Calculi 1 Harrell. For oreo Terry Miller Well two for four and Lisa Cribb iwo for three at the plate. Over Nile continue to Lead the Small Fry division As they remained undefeated with a 22-11 win Over glad stones. Francis again took the Mound for the winners and combined her three for four Balling with a iwo for three Mark by Candy Connie Culledge and Karen Mclellan for Over Nile. Debbie Barfield Well All the Way for glad stones and joined Tracy Elvis Lisa Wheeler and Shannon Smith in collecting choir Only Hils. Monday s mite action handed Sheraton a seven three Victory Over pet milk with Worsham s Sunico retaliating on tuesday to the tune of 16-3 Over the same Sheraton team. Kara Taylor took the win and loss in the Back to Back affair. Robin Jordan and Darlene Hudson blasted the two winning hits for Sheraton in the 1 it milk win while Valeric Harlley manned the Mound ant complimented the two for two batting of Vicky Benlon and two for three Mark of Willa Welch with a two for iwo offence her self. In the Worsham s rout. Norma Miner pitched the win and paralleled the two for three Hil Ling of Eloweese Douglas at the plate while Cindy cause connected on a perfect iwo for two Mark for the losers. Rock s Texaco continued to come on Strong As they Streng thened their second place position with a 17-7 working wer of Florence restaurant Supply. Sherry Johnson accepted another win on the Mound and Vicky Touchberry another loss. Leading hitters for Rock s included Karen Barlow Angle Galloway and Denise Davis who All went two for three. Sharon sessions soiled Johnson s no hitter with the Only single for Flo. Rest. Supply. The Craft hut got a scare wednesday As last place pet milk almost pulled off a tremendous upset falling Short by one run. 6-5. Of giving the hut their first loss. Druanne Moore steadied the win and Barfield led the offence for Craft hut As Willa Welch took the loss. Meg Williams got two Hils for two trips to the plate for Pel milk. The final two mile games Friday saw Rock s Romp Sheraton 22-1 and Navy overpower Florence restaurant Supply 15-3. Going to Kansas City three new York Yankee players relax in the Yankees locker room before leaving for the All Star what do you do when your Best typist ii swept off her feet by a tall dark stranger and str Vij. 1 v 345 w. Cheves St. Phone 662-9347 Sheraton Pitcher Kara Taylor Andrea Delaire and Robin Jor Dan picked up the Only hits for the losers while Teresa Issac homered and tripled Angie Galloway and Pitcher Renee Kennedy doubled and singled and Karen Barlow singled twice to capture the Rock s win. Reliever Tracy Irick gained the Navy Victory backed by the Homer and triple of Robin Bacote and two for iwo Mark of Rosemary York and Detra Graham. Elaine Thor Nhill and Denise Krvin picked up the Only iwo hits for Florence rest. Supply As Vicky touch Berry looped the loss. Florence restaurant Supply continued to he inc victim of despair this time at the hands of the Craft hut 17-4. Druanne Moore fired the win and Janet Richburg led the Hilling Wilh a first inning Homer and fifth inning single. Von broach tripled and doubled and Debbie Rogers blasted two for three for Pitcher Vicky Touchberry in inc losing cause. Rock s did it again in the final game thursday animating Wor Sham s Sunico 13-3. Renee Ken Nedy pitched Brilliant no hit Ball for the win As Sherry John son homered and Dydra Young and Karen Barlow singled for the winning offence. Norma Miner was the. Loser for Wor Sham s. The action became hot and heavy in the Small Fry division with important standing fluctuations Laking place. Albert s red White became a leading second place contender Wilh exc Ellen wins Over Eaddy co. Nine six and Calculi Harrell 13-8. Denise Mccutchon fired both wins to tighten up the league results. Teresa Mcdonald was the loser for Eaddy co. As Teresa Courtney led the losing offence. Missy Dullon and Lisa Hales again Hil Well for Albert s with a two for four for the winners. In the Calculi Harrell game Pitcher Joanne Colas led he losers with a Home run and 2 singles fora perfect three for three and Missy Dutton again led the win ners with a three for four. Denise Mcculcheon also powered he offence with a three for three tally. Over Nile remained the Craft hut of the Small Fry division. Tuesday by demolishing Eaddy co. 14-4. Laurene Francis Pil Ched the win and Connie Gulledge led the Hilling with iwo doubles and a single for overbite while Teresa Mcdonald was again on the Mound for Eaddy co. And Kristy Anderson Well iwo for three Al the Plale. Calculi Harrell got Back on the winning track with double victories Over glad stones 14-7 and 22-10. Leading hitters mite division i. Kara Taylor Sheraton motor inn .600 Hudson Sre Arfon .571 3. Rosemary Yorac Navy i. Dyne a Hemmingway Navy 5. Sharon sessions Flo rest. Supply .530 b. Robin Jordan Shear Foo ,500 7. Julie Oliver Shearson .500 Small Fry division a Connie Gulledge Over Nile .737 3. Lauren Collins Calculi a Harrell 3. Laurene Francis .646 4. Joanne Colas Calculi to Harrell -.411 s Tracy .591 4 Luann Hirrell a indy co. .5s3 7. Miss Dullon Albert s red t Wrisle .583 b. Canov Gibson Overnice .571 i. Hes a Ekko co. Js5 10. Karen my Belfari Over Nile ii. Debbie bar lid glad stones 12. Kristy Anderson Eaddy co. .500 13. Teresa Mcdonald Eaddy co. I 14. Mary Keele Over Nile .500 game in Kansas City tuesday. From left Are Catcher thur non Munson Pitcher Sparky Lyle and Bobby Muncer on the guitar. Evert to play in roses Charlotte. . Teenage Tennis wonder Chris Evert will join australian evonne Goola Gong and 30 Oiler women professionals in the four roses Tennis classic Here september 10-Ki. Chris ranks third he Lind Yvonne in International Slan dings. 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