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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - April 20, 1982, Frederick, Maryland Scorecard sports the Post Frederick my. Tuesday april c-2 major leagues american league Eastern league Eastern Louis i 5 York 6 5 new York Milwaukee 3 2 .222 3 s Philadelphia 3 s Western so n Diego e Francisco 5 Angeles 4 Kanizai 4 3 Fame not Seattle late not games Philadelphia 2. Montreal Francisco at san Toronto at los Angeles Detroit City games California at Seattle n Minnesota at Oakland n Only games games Philadelphia Krukow 1-1 at tuesday s games Baltimore Flanagan 0-1 at Boston Ojeda 0 Toronto Leal 2-0 at Milwaukee Caldwell 0 . Kansas City Blue 1-1 at Detroit Bajema 1 Blyleven 1-0 at Texas Hough new York Morgan 1-0 a Chicago California Moreao m at Seattle Perry i Inesta Williams 2-4 at Oakland sorriso . Wednesday s games Kansas cite at Detroit. . Minnesota at Oakland. . Baltimore at Boston. 6p.m. Toronto at Milwaukee. 7 . Cleveland at Texas new York at Chicago. California a Seattle majors Kansas City Detroit a r b by a ruin of 2010 Leatoa of Poquette ii 2000 Cabell in 4000 Gibson of 4010 Herndon do 3010 Woc Kais c 0000 Heber pm 4010 Parral c 4120 brakes 3b 3122 Hon non 3b 3010 Keller 3b 3000 Gwi imn if trans is we ukr total 32 2 i 2 total Wathao Brett 3b aliens in Wert Protis of bus a do mania White Chicago Bird 1-2 at new York Scott . Is. Louii Martin m at Pittsburgh Rhode no . Cincinnati Pastore 1-0 at Atlanta Boggs 1 . San Francisco Gaie 1-0 at Sao Diego Curtis Houston Ruble 0-1 at los Angeles Valen wednesday s games Philadelphia at Montreal. . Chicago at new York . St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at Atlanta. . San Francisco at san Diego. . Houston at los Angeles. . College baseball mount St. Mary s atom by first game Mem .100 010 1-3 7 0 umbc.202 001 1-5 0 Clark and Mckenna Bucci. Smith is and Bella 2b uh8c j. Usilton. G. L Silton. Clark 3b none or Mem Mckenna us by a. Usilton. Second game msm.000 002 0-2 6 2 uhbc.050 000 7 4 Wolfe Jod Mckenna j. A silk and Bella 3b none 3b none he. Non. Re 20 a r b by 4010 4130 3112 4000 2000 1000 1000 1000 2010 harfosd.100 021 000-4 5 1 0000 fcc.100 1611 Ooi-u15 3 4 1 2 1 poo Nice. Baraer Gillies log bract 3000 6 and fires Loae Wood Aad Day. Browning 23 i 3020 Long. Dennis 3b Zimmermen or 32 3 103 acc Novak. Harford at acc Kansas City 001 000 2 Detroit 000 001 021-3 City 1, de troit 2. City 4. Detroit Whitaker. Or Manin Wilsoa Gibson in h h he 3b so Kansas City 5 40022 Frost n-3 21101 was Berry l.0-1 12-3 4 2 2 0 0 Detroit Pashnick 7 82211 Saucier k.2-1 Sosa s.2 3 0 r b r n 01 Garcia 1 Powell Iso Griffin tools. .375124 totals. . Baseball to at Cato tin tj.505 02-1315 2 catoctin.001 5 11 Garvis Aad Dewitt. Howard Maze. Hurt 3 Aad Clark. 23 Wilson. Spect 33 hot Jeff Huashan. Liganor Eatna unganose.103 131 6 kc.001 002 2 2 Cutsail Aad Thompson. Rippeon. Harlev Dryson s and Diggins. 23 a Means. 3ood Walkersville Williamsport 4011 walkehsville.252 010 0-1010 1 3100 willumsport.150 203 1-11 i 1 toy. Spi Laan 2 snit 6 and Snith. Joh Soj to Jive cd. Hebb Davis 23 Johnson. Remsburg. Morris 33 Sone or Beys Doublet Mike Stitt Jack Ford m Over Dave Humerick . 1w Mike Dillon a life Weant o Over Ryan 11-10 Bill Mason Jerry Burgess my Over Chuck Nash Chril Gauss ci.1m Gurla singles Maureen Mccreevy m Over Margie stitely Gretchen Beal i Ever Jean Orndortf 10 Giru doubles Belt hate Beth m Over Susan Hill . Ifr3 Perri Hows Catherine Hill m Over Lori Warthen Lisa Koontz ci.10-3 Debbie Abraham Mary ire Lin cd Over Judi Scott Michelle Barratt my. 10-4 Frederick 7, so 3 Frederick downed South Hagerstown 7-3 in Tennis action monday at Frederick. The cadets Are now 10-0. Boys singles John Eiker f Over Umont 10-5 Austin Pearre f Over serum 1w boys doubles Clark and Breichner s Over Ken Smith and Dan Chavez 10-5 Cole and Geibert s Over Dave Doermann and John girls sides Amy Lebherz i f won by default Majida Ohlke f Over St. Jean 10-9 girls doubles Polly Tansey and Julee Young f Over Nichols and Hendrickson 10-3 Sally Robey and Carol Stevens f Over Snyder and Bowers 10-1 mixed doubles James Babb and Debbie Raley Al Over Minick and Carpenter 10-5 Startari and Nisi s Over Renaldo Bowins and 10-5 Brunswick 5-5, Clear Spring 0-0 Brunswick Defeated Clear Spring in boy s and girl s ten Nis monday afternoon at Brunswick. The railroader boys Are now 4-1 on the year and the girls Are unbeaten after five matches. Boy s singles mile Price b Over Bryan Brown 10-1 Scott Green b Over Chris Hun Winsett 10-2 boy s doubles Arthur Heffner Mike rur Oer b Over Carbaugh 1b-0 Tim Price Chris Cusack b Over Seebert bakery cd. 10-6 Charles Switlicki Mark Switlick by Over Howell Morsuo 10-5 girl s singles Lori Daugherty b Over b. Holt Croaa 10-1 Leah Over Lori 10-2 girl s doubles Crystal Cunningham Beth Danner b Over . Pm Laurie Folu Trina Sigler b Over Cindy Holman Joy Gilbert 10-2 Darlene James Angie Weddle b Over Chris Cap Santo Susan Hardin 10-3 nil National hockey league playoffs at a glance by the press All times est div atonal flail Best of seven thursday april is Boston 4, Quebec 2 . Rangers 5, islanders 4 Chicago 5, St. Louis 4 Vancouver 3. Los Angeles z Friday. April 16 Boston a Quebec 4 . Islanders 7. . Rangers 2 is. Louis 3. Chicago 1 los Angeles 3, Vancouver of sunday s games Quebec 3, Boston 2. Of. Boston leads series 2-1 Chicago 6, St. Luis 5. Chicago leads series 2-1 . Islanders 4. . Rangers 3, of. Islanders Lead series 2-1 Vancouver 4. Los Angeles 3, of. Vao Coaver leads series 2-1 monday s games Boston at Quebec. . St. Luis at Chicago. . . Islanders at . Rangers. . Quebec at Boston . . Rangers at . Islanders . Chicago at St. Luis. . Los Angeles at Vancouver. . Friday s games Boston at Quebec. . If necessary St. Louis at Chicago. . If necessary . Islanders at . Hangers. . If necessary Vancouver at los Angeles . If necessary sunday april 2s Quebec at Boston. . If necessary . Rangers at . Islanders . If necessary Chicago att. Louis. . If necessary los Angeles at Vancouver. . If necessary Aba .344102 Palmer Vaughn. Davis. Taylor. 110-5 m Frederick at Martinsburg first game frederics.000 01-i 56 martt5s3urg.j03 14-1114 1 Smith. Selby 15 Aad Everly Newell and Hamilton 2b-f-Fossett m-3rowa. Hartley Cirg. Stapleton. Hoffman. Or Whitt Moseby Bonnell 1 Barfield. To h s he by so Toresz Stieb 5 74231 4 3001 Sonny Habey s 3 3 2 0 Hurst a. L l i l l 3 1 1 3 Stieb pitched to 1 a Sis. A-27jss. Ling Anore downed North Carrol 5-0 in boys action but lost 5-0 in girls action monday at Ling Anore. Boy s singles Mark Buriell l Over hike Klinef Eabe reer 10-5 Chad Castillo in Lover san Davis. 10-3 boy s doubles Terry Brayboy and Jim Witt l Over Bair Aad Teddy Delap aide and Doug Cooke la Over Shaffer and girl s Siala Herian no Over Amy Hawthorne Hayes n Over Kay Marks la. 10-5 girl s doubles Miller Aad Fraser n Over he Adios and Char Castillo 10-7 Haynes and Harper n Over Trish Hercado and Bari Kidwell 10-5 Clarke and Hamilton n Over Raines and Lexi College Tennis Aba Leaden by the associated press the final National basketball association regular season scoring rebounding assist and Field goal percentage leaders scoring g Fig Ftp at Gervia. A m3 555 2551 32.3 Malone. Ban 81 945 630 2520 31.1 Dantley. Utah ii 904 84 3457 30.3 a glib Den 82 s5i 372 25.4 Erving Phil 81 a 411 1174 24.4 Abdl abbr. La 76 753 312 23.8 Williams. Sea 773 320 23.4 King. Is 740 352 23.2 free. Is 78 650 1783 22.9 Bird. Bos 77 "11 328 1761 22. Kebo Lailai g def Tot at m alone. Hoi n 558 630 11ss 14.7 Silna. Sea s2 223 815 1038 12.7 b. A Flims m 82 347 658 1005 12.3 ton pin part 7 663 921 11.7 Lucas. By 80 274 629 903 11.3 assist g 79 78 79 68 82 no. 762 743 667 my 652 38-none Fowler. Him brow Osbo. Ean Ikra. Rockv1lle Frederick Community College remained in a tie for first in the Njaa Region xxx standings with Phila in Dejesu is hat this u Eck Rich of Maszk 3b Cuayo 3b a dial c Dernier d trullo 2b p Fanner Montreal 4110 p.112cs 4000 office 4121 a Scot 4010 a White 3000 Daws a 1000 Oliver 4021 Carter 4000 Cro Aart 2000 Mills 3 3000 Speier 0 0 0 s Fragata total 33 z t 2 Tou 3000 1010 3910 1000 4000 3000 3000 3010 3000 2000 i top oco 0 1000 1000 Middletown 4-t, Cato tin m Middletown Defeated Catoc tin in boys and girls Tennis monday afternoon at mid Xor Tutsi of woke o dle town. Both teams won by 4 Intoc no to Jan Echt hns 5 atonal 3. A Bur. Office. 33 scores 3nq ule rid Agni does roat so Mai news. Are 4-2 on the year with the too too 2 second Gace Frederick 000 23 5 i 5 masks Sung 21 55-15 2 Fossett Aad Naylor Hamilton. Barrel 4 Aad Birtler. Haa Ilaa 33-f-Smith or Prince Geores by beating _ Montgomery Rockville 6-3, in women s Tennis monday afternoon. The cougars Are now 6-1 on the year. Singles Over 6-3. H Adams h Over Barbara Long 6-2. Katby let Treiko Over Adas h. Karen of Over put Row 7-6, 6-2 Carol Tracey f Over Del Croissa 6-7. 6-3. 6-1 Geader Soa b.j.s-2. Tennis i h 3 is s3 so Ciri Stic Farmer Sadr Rosa us a--.0.102. Middletown girls even at 3-3. Joba Dai crr i m t Over w Jef Kate at Rcck c. 1h due of Rama in i or Spaur Nahra drab la Batt Biaas i Over so maker loaf 7-5.6-4 Leth Criddie in Trail f Over Adas 1.6-0. 6-7.6-1 Tracey ton Psia f Over Feld Saa Trace Refl Sis Jel a Consolation Salob. Moore. A Johnson la Cheeks. Phil Archibald. Bos Niioka. La Field goal percentage Fig Fra Fol Gilmore. Chi 546 837 .652 , pc 3s5 644 .613 b. Williams. No 513 my .5s2 Abdul Jabbar. La 753 1301 .s7j Natt. Port 515 894 .576 Boston Marathon Woad i Oisten. Boston a the top 2i women finishers if the Kwh running of the Boston Marathon monday 1. Charlotte Teske. West Gera any. 2. Jacqueline Greao. Canada 3. Eileen g. Claugus. Sacral Recto Ca lit. 4. Siki Sweigart. Doriea. Conn. 2-.3s.4j. 5. Sailer Kay Durtschi. Page be. Ore. 6. Katby a. Molitor. Houston. 7. Julie isphording. Cicinnati 1. Zaava Shmueli. Israel. 9. Shirley j. Fiaker. Somerset. . 10. Nancy Hie Zicai Buffalo. . 11. Henrietta fear. Adj aria. 12. Sarab d. Scina. Sew York. O. Cyan a v. Lor Tanoai. Charlottes vile. A. 14. Andrea h. Ray. Over lao Park. Kan., 15. Linda j. Federal . Wash. 16. Marilyn a. Hnvlik. New York. 17. Kiffel Burns. Fifty Jiz. Art. In. Kare a. Cossaboon hold. Victor. . Is. Kitty a. Console. Seat. Ohio. 20. D. Cosgrove. Cincic Aati a. Jacobe c. Mcraey. Aucilia. 22. Sasan f. Spica. N Twloa upper Falls. Mass. 23. a. Barbato new Larille. Kiss. 24. Maddy a Raeling. Herrick. . J4. 25. Bea Dii Liger. Blacks Barf. A. First scoreboard the University of Pennsyl Vania s Franklin Field used the first stadium football scoreboard in 1835. Cougars route Harford 19-4 an 11-run sixth inning was the highlight of the Day for Frederick Community College As the cougars ripped Harford 19-4, in local College baseball monday afternoon at acc. The cougars Are now 12-8 on the year. Acc led 8-4 going into the last of the sixth when it opened up its 11-run scor ing spree. Brian Dennis led the cougars in that inning with a three run double. Randy Zimmerman and Jim Rigby also had a double in that inning for the cougars at 17 men batted. Mike Wood was the winning acc pit Cher. He went the distance giving up five hits fanning nine and walking five. Dave Novak was the leading hitter for acc with three hits and five Bis. Rigby also had three hits for the cougars and Davey Long Dennis and Chris Day each drove in three runs. Purse changed in Pamlico race Baltimore a Maryland Rac ing stewards ordered a purse redistribution monday after hearing evidence about three races in which a Colt ran under the name of a lesser competitor from the same barn. The ruling issued at Pamlico race course where the stewards Are working the current meeting said jockeys fee also would be readjusted but that the parimutuel payoffs made at the time of the races would not be affected. Stewards said their still incomplete investigation confirmed that or. Be App by who had run Well in claiming races at the Meadowlands in november raced under the name of Sun Dandy in three claimer in Maryland. Sun Dandy had done poorly against claimer losing by 44 lengths at Suffolk Downs prior to moving to Maryland. As Sun Dandy or. Pea toppy finished third at Bowie race course on feb. 24 after going off at 98-1 Odds. He won his next two starts at Bowie on March 6 and at Pamlico on March 17, each at about 5 Odds. Or. Pea toppy again As Sun Dandy was scratched from a claiming race at Pamlico on March 31 when a horse identifier noted that the entry s lip Tattoo did not correspond with the number listed for Sun Dandy. Trainer Ray Stifano reportedly told stewards that the mix up occurred because name tags on the bridles of the 4-year-old Colts were wrong. Stewards said the disqualifications in the three races were with the concurrence and consent of pal Meadow farm owned by Joseph n. Palladino and John j. Flynn of Saugus Maine. Sun Dandy and or. Pea toppy will be permitted to race stewards said pending the outcome of the investigation. Baker seventh at Boston Boston Terry Baker of Hagerstown finished seventh in the Boston Marathon monday. Baker who won the Cherry Blossom 10-Kilometer run in Washington d.c., last week turned in a time of David Shafero Middletown was 100th area Roundup Hecht s goal gives mount stick win Emmitsburg my. Marge Hecht quicks ticked a feed from Mary Lawless with 25 seconds to play for mount Saint Mary s College s third goal in the last of the game As the Home standing lady mountaineers nipped Wilson col lege 10-9 in women s Lacrosse. sports scored four goals for Wilson and Vicky Brewer tallied with left As the visiting stickers grabbed a commanding 9-7 Lead. The mount battled Back to within one when Mary Lawless tallied with to go and tied the score off the ensuing Drew 12 seconds later As Hecht connected after a Solo run. The Effort set the stage for Hecht s Winner and third Marker of the game. Mary Beth Quinn and Lawless had two goals each for the lady mountaineers while Grace Gallagher Maureen Tejeski and Jenny Ruch scored one apiece. Mount nine loses twice Baltimore Jeff Usilton slugged a two run Home run and a two run Dou ble in the first game and was the win Ning route going Pitcher in the second contest As he led the University of Mary land Baltimore county baseball team to a 5-3 and 5-2 sweep of visiting mount St. Mary s College on monday. Jim Mckenna s Solo round tripper in the seventh inning capped a four for four plate performance by him in the first game but the run was too Little and too late. John Allegra hit a two run single to account for All of the mountaineers second game runs. Randy Wolfe was the Mound victim of two errors while giving up three walks and three hits in the second inning As Umbac scored All of its runs. Mount St. Mary s has a 4-15-1 record. It will play next on thursday at 3 . Against visiting Western Maryland col lege. Fac wrestlers reach finals Lancaster a. Two wrestler from the Frederick county mat Clu have advanced to the championship round of the Middle Atlantic wrestling tournament in the athletic Cong res. Barry Moses 140 Junior and Bria Gressley 100 midget will now wrest in the Middle Atlantic tac Champion ships to be held at Penn state Ogontz Campus soon. Moses advanced to the finals Anc finished second while Gressley Wai third in his weight class in the Region tournament at Franklin Marshall col lege recently. There were nearly wrestlers in the regional and no More than 231 Coult Advance to the Middle Atlantic tac tournament. Femc had 10 wrestlers in the tournament. Quill Flag round a Intima a pinned Geouge intermediates 77-Tressler f dec. Robinson n-0 dec. Leishman 1-0 advanced a dec. Sulmonte 4-fl in Heinback a pinned Serrano a pinned Miles 50 Quarter Nali bantams a pinned Hoffman 4s midgets f dec. Smith la Junior 115-Henry a pinned modes 20 intermediate a pinned d. Tressler 30 semifinal midget a dec. Doing 5-2 my. Joy pinned Gressley 20 intermediate a pinned Taylor 30 Flat bound Cou Outon juniors 115-Miles f pinned Myers 30 intermediate 77-Knusdson a dec. D. Prejsler 9-8 second bound Consolation Bantam a pinned Hoffman 35 midget f dec. Sunday 12-4 Junior my dec. Miles 6-0 intermediate a pinned Taylor midget a dec. Doing 4-1 100-Gresslej f dec. Nokle 7-0 Finau Junior 140-Heaveriy is pinned Moses acc baseball Camp mount loses two Frederick Community College will serve As Host for a baseball Day Camp during the upcoming summer. There will be two one week sessions. The first session will be held from june 21-25 and the second from june 28-july 3. For further information Contact either acc baseball coach Rhett Ross or the school. Softball meeting the Frederick county women s soft Ball league will hold a meeting at thursday at the City recreation Center. All team managers and team representatives Are urged to attend. Vetrone named Philadelphia a Bob Vetrone a Veteran sports writer has been named an administrative assistant to the big 5 College basketball program Here officials said monday. Vetrone 56, worked for the bulletin when the Philadelphia newspaper folded Jan. 29. He has also done Public relations work for the Philadelphia 76ers of the National basketball association and radio commentary for big 5 games. The big 5 is an informal City league that includes teams from St Joseph a Villanova Temple Lasalle and the University of Pennsylvania. In softball Murray named top Al player new York a first basemen Eddie Murray of the Baltimore orioles and Andre Thornton of the Cleveland indians shared american league player of the week honors with Chicago White sox Rookie Pitcher Salome Barojas in the first three tie Ever in the voting. Murray batted .600 on 12 hits in 20 at bats As he hit in All five games last week. The hits included three doubles a triple and a Home run for a slugging percentage of he went into the week leading the Al in hit Ting at .553. He also led the league with 21 hits 35 total bases six doubles and a .564 on base percentage. Thornton who spent most of the 198 season on the sidelines Vith a knee in jury hit .480 for the week with 12 hits including two doubles and three hone runs. Be had nine runs batted in and 23 total bases hitting in Ell five . Chicago s 24-year-old Relief Pitcher Barojas Pic cd up four saves n is Many appearances last week. The right hander pave up Only one unearned run As he walked one Batter and struck out four. Others nominated for the Honor were Texas Pitcher Danny Darwin. 2-0, Era Seattle Pitcher Bannister. 1-0, 0.00 Eha new Yort a Sec will Taf emas a Jilie a Andolph. Xifo Kansas City outfielder Amos Otis. Cd Viand third baseman Toby to Leah. .440 Detroit first baseman Edo. Caln Lam and California outfielder Don Baylor .283. Nolan Ryan Nolan Hyan the strikeout Ace of the Houston astros led the National Lea True to wild Pilate j. In 3dm 36. Leonard almost ready for Stafford fight area softball Buffalo . A sugar Raj Leonard sparred for six rounds monday afternoon and after a Light workout on a Speed bag said he s almost ready for the May 14 defense of his world welterweight boxing title against Roger Stafford. I m 3 Little be told reporters. But i think by next week there will be a major change in my condition. I feel very orioles lose to farm team Rochester . Cliff steel and Don Wal Chol combined on an Ciucht hitter and Rich Jones slugged a three run Homer in the fourth inning to Pace the Rochester red wings to a 6-0 Over the american league Baltimore orioles in an exhibition baseball game monday. Steel took the win for the International league red wings pitching the last sir innings after Viechel went three. 7 he first run Fame in the fourth when mite y lung scored after Dan Login know left a first "bak1 and Jose Morales t. Vic Rodrigus Logan to second and Jones Folb a with i Graham Grove in the repair in runs in the seventh on a Leonard 25, arrived Here monday about . And began out 90 minutes later. He said he has trained for we rfcs at Home in Palmer Park my. Here is the final he said. I just have to Sharpen it a Little Odell Leonard of Palmer Park. Leonard s Cousin went two aggressive rounds staying close and bulling Leonard into Corners. Taller faster Vic Tor Abraham of los Angeles on Leonard s timing and Speed. Wayne Beale of los Angeles honed Leonard s counter punching. Leonard sparred in Workmanlike fashion showing Speed and Power in flashes but mostly dancing around the ring and throwing punches in Light Flur Ries. He said he weighs 149 pounds now and would probably be just under the 247-Pound welterweight limit by weigh in. Leonard will train six Days a week at Torney and manager Mike Trainer said. Cato tin 18, . 2 Thurmont cat Oclin remained unbeaten in girls softball with an 18-2 win Over Clear Spring monday after noon. The game was called after 4vs innings because of the 15-run Rule. Brenda Fisher led the cougars 6-0 with three hits including a double. She drove in three runs. Barb Shriver and Mary Misner each had a Home run for Cal Oclin and Mary Bollinger added a triple. Sprint. Al mar. F.1 tar and . Williamsport banging out 13 hits and taking advantage of seven Walkersville errors Wiki Asport beat the Lions 15-3, in High school softball monday. For the Lions now 4-2, Lee Anne Sweadner went the distance walking two with no strikeouts. Mitzi Eyler bad two hits including a double for Walkersville and Sweadner also had two hits. Eyler s double was the Only extra base hit for the Lions. Gretchen Horine 2nd Janice Long drove in two of Walkersville s three runs. Salisbury utilizing a pair of big innings late in each game the Salisbury state College softball team swept visit ing mount St. Mary s College and 16 9 on monday. The mount was involved in a 4-4 dead lock through five and a half innings in the first game but the she gulls Laurie Ford singled with the bases loaded in the Bottom of the sixth to Chase Home three runners and Start off a six run explosion. In the second game Salisbury state bad a 6-0 first ining advantage wiped out by a six run mount top of the third. Mary to Campbell Nancy Twomey Colleen Jennings and Liz Ryan led the charge with rib singles and two More runs came in on bases loaded walks. Gattl mountst.hairs.102 010 j 5 12 1-11 s 3 xxx a. Ciup bib Aad Sec goal Aad Toiuo. 25 Caa Bdl Ash a Jford Graie h. m salisjb1ystati.no Xii 3 ism Giuca. M. Campbell 20 Aad Toaty. Sec Laas Feni. Coat j it 2b-Correira Zufle Laii Foni com m. Caa Pieu senior Ruth registration the Frederick 16-18 babe Ruth league will hold two registrations. The first will be from 6-8 ., thursday april 29 at Mccurdy Field and these cond will be from 10 . Until Nooi saturday May 1, also at Mccurdy Field. League tryouts will be held beginning at noon on May 8 at husky Park. A Frederick county 16-18 players Are Eligi ble and All persons interested in manag ing 16-18 teams should Contact Gordon Smith at 662-6011 or Ray Mangold at 662 4930 As soon As possible. Faa soccer the Frederick athletic association will hold its final registration for i Spring month soccer program this Satur Day at 9 . To 11 . At Baker Par near the Lake. The games will be playe at Grove Park. The program is for boys and girls at 7-h. Interested parents and adults arc Welcome. Hampstead Linga Aore won its first game of the year in girls softball monday afternoon by beating North Carroll 13-9. The lancers Are now 2-3 on the year. Theresa Kilby led the lancers with three hits including a triple and Chrys Sexton had a Home run. Of write m 3-3 7 7 in Zub i j pm Lill baseball i continued irom cd i after six innings because of the 10-run Rule. Jen Campbell got the win on the Mound for Fca. He fanned six and walked wily one. Doug Proctor had three hits in three plate appearances for the defenders and he also drove in five rims. Fca travels to Prospect Hail 7 Huri new coach Stillwater Owa

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