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Daily News (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Page 4 the daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia a saturday april 28 1990 baseball bearcats and trojans win hornets beaten bosons reversed by Huntingdon Good pitching Good defense and clutch hitting usually equals a win and that what Bob and the Hunting Don baseball team got yesterday As they avenged an earlier setback to the same Clearfield squad with a thrilling 75 win on the losers Diamond we played solid defense particularly in the infield said Fultz we turned a crucial double play to Stop one rally and Cut Down a runner at the plate to squelch another i am really pleased with our Effort and execution Huntingdon scored in the first inning when Shane Reed got on base with a fielders Choice stole second went to third on a Flynall to Center and scored on an error the cats struck for four runs in the fourth inning on four hits winning Pitcher Boe Wilson singled David Hanks walked John Yerace Laid Down a perfect sacrifice to Advance the runners to second and third with one out Andy Lynn ripped a single to score Wilson As Hanks moved to third with two out Reed and Mike Wityk singled in two runs and Huntingdon had the Lead 50 the bosons now 73 on the year g three runs in the Bottom of the fourth inning on four hits and an error to Cut Hunting dons Lead to just two 53 Clearfield tied the game in the Bottom of the fifth inning with two runs on three hits in past contests Huntingdon has had a problem scoring runs late in games As the cats have lost three one run Deci sons this year yesterday however it was a different Story As the visitors scored the Lead run in the sixth when Lynn doubled to right Canter Field with two out and Lynn at third and Reed at first Wityk singled to left scoring Lynn with the Lead run Huntingdon got the insurance run they needed in the top of the seventh with perfect execution Jon Mykut doubled to left moved to third on a groundnut to second and scored on a sacrifice Fly off the Bat of Hanks freshman Boe Wilson made the 75 hold As he struck out two batters in the Bottom of the seventh for the hard earned win for Huntingdon Boe really brought it when he had to said Fultz Andy Lynn gave the squad a lift coming off the Bench for two hits and some exciting base running late rally tops Guilfoyle 52 mount Union rallied for two runs to tie in the sixth inning then pushed across three for the win the next Frame to overcome Bishop Guilfoyle 52 Fri Day at Altoona veterans memorial Field mount Union has now won three in a Row improving to 84 on the Spring and 54 in Blair county league play the loss dropped Guilfoyle to 500 55 Overall and 44 in the league the trojans who had lost 31 at Home to the marauders on apr 9 trailed 20 five innings through the rematch coach Nick Imperioli said i think that the first time this year that weve played a Strong offensive seventh inning its certainly a Good sign to pull it out in really pleased the kids Hung in there and didst quit Trojan starter Rob Cramer had to be pulled in the fourth inning when he suffered a slight hamstring pull he had struck out four walked four and allowed four hits and Only one earned run lefty Andrew Saulen came in and handcuffed Guilfoyle the rest of the Way he struck out six walked one and didst give up a hit by lefty Mike cac Ciotti lost an eight hitter that featured seven strikeouts the marauders scored in the second inning on a Lead off walk to Dom Corson and Jason Hatch opposite Field Dou ble Over George Bilge is head in left Field Hatch stroked a Lead off single in the fourth was sacrificed to second and scored on a two out error by buddy Tress who has moved from Center Field to third base since Scott Knapp or has apparently left the squad Bill Rice reached base on a sixth inning error and Bilgor was hit by a pitch they were going for a double Ste Al when the Ball was thrown into left Field allowing Rice to score Bilger came Home with the tying run on Ron Blairs clutch rib single Mark Jaymes led off the Trojan seventh with a base hit and Tress walked Many Ger gel stroked an rib single and moved up to second on the throw to Home plate trying to get Jay Mes Tress was out when a Trojan squeeze bunt was botched Rob Boozel picked up the rib anyway when he Ham mered a triple to right and Bilges lined single drove in the final run Shives Homer Sparks pirates a tired Juniata Valley baseball team playing for the third time in As Many Days suffered its fourth straight loss yesterday by a 122 count at Williamsburg the setback drops the hornets to 17 for the Spring they will try to rebound when they visit no league Philipsburg monday our pitchers arc extremely tired explained Hornet coach Rick Wilson we were putting the Ball where we wanted it but there was no pop it was totally Flat we just get any body out were hitting the Ball Well and got a Good Effort offensively the biggest problem right now is that when we get base runners were striking out too much and taking ourselves out of scor ing situations but the younger kids arc starting to come along and 1 think we can work out of that Williamsburg scored three times in the Bottom of the first inning before Valley came up with a single tally in the second with two out Bill arc Nicman walked Brian Weyer singled and Bill Keller walked to Load the bases bran Neman scored when Adrian galloways grounder was booted by the pirates Williamsburg erupted again in the Bottom of the second scoring fou More runs Doug Shives provided the fire works As he boomed a three run Homer deep to left he pulled a Many Rupert curve that was Low and away the hornets got their final run in the top of the third As Steve Taylor led off with a walk and scored on Ruperts triple to left the pirates added four More in the Bottom of the third then ended the game with a single tally in the fifth Matt Baker singled stole second and third and scored on an error Baker picked up the Mound Victory in Relief of Shives the pair combined to strike out eight walk three and give up just our hits Rupert started and lost for the Hor nets three Valley pitchers struck out two walked three and surrendered 13 base hits Shives and Shawn lower provided a huge portion of the offence for the win ners with three hits and four Bis apiece Baker added a pair of hits for the winners four different hornets had hits softball rockets win bearcats nipped trojans lose Southern ends Busy week with 108 win the Southern Huntingdon girls soft Ball got to the 500 Mark yesterday with a 108 win Over Host Altoona improving the rockets record to 55 on the year Southern finished a Busy week with a 32 record Larry Steeles squad fell behind Early in the contest by a score of 41 after three innings however unlike in some previous games the remainder of the game belonged to the visitors As they outscored the Mountain Lions 94 the rest of the Way for the win Southern got to starting Pitcher Teresa Maurer for three runs in the fourth inning on three hits Wendy Clark and Michelle Dell singled to Start the inning Sherry Coons sacrificed the runners to second and third and Tanya Wilson singled to score both runners Wilson moved to third on a wild pitch and scored on a sacrifice Fly the rockets took the Lead for keeps in the fifth inning scoring five runs on four hits two walks and two passed balls Dell and Peterson had rib sin Gles in the uprising the rockets enjoyed a 97 Lead after five innings Michelle Dell who had three rats in the contest drove in the rockets tenth run with a groundnut after Clark tripled with one out in the sixth inning Stephanie Peterson went the distance for the winners walking just one Mountain lion and giving up eight hits Teresa Maurer went All the Way for Altoona striking out one rocket and issuing three walks she was touched for ten hits we played like a tired team said coach Larry Steele however today we really concentrated the entire game we made plenty of errors 10 but they came in groups and really didst Hurt us As much As they could have i thought we played pretty Well the rockets with just one starting senior Are Idle until next week when they travel to mount Union we need to get to the practice Field and work on some of the finer Points of the game were getting by on pure athletic ability now we need to work on our fundamentals said Steele were a team that has to make our own Breaks and were now starting to do that i am really looking Forward to the remainder of the year mounties win on late rally Huntingdon played four games this week and All four contests were decided by one run the bearcats split the four Nai biters including yesterdays 32 loss to Philipsburg the cats fall to 38 on the year and 36 in the Mountain league the mounties improve to 82 for the season and 81 in the circuit keeping them near the top of the North pm division standings the bearcats offence was stymied by p0s Erica Bradley a Junior fire Bailer she is the younger sister of Juniata College hurler Kate Bradley also a Junior coach Pete Sellers stated Bradley is one of the Best pitchers we have faced so far this season she limited us to just five hits and really was Tough when we had scoring opportunities we had run ners on second and third in both the fifth and seventh innings without scoring Huntingdon was Able to scratch across single runs in the first and second frames As it built a 20 Lead the Bear cats took advantage of Phili burgs shaky defense in the opening inning two of the first three batters reached on infield errors Amy Cunningham was retired for the second out but Alyson Grissinger was Able to score on the play the cats had the first two runners reach base in their next at Bat Jen car per walked and Amy Householder Fol Lowed with a single Barb Moore hit a Fly Ball to Center which was turned into a double play when Carper strayed too far away from the base Steph Kyper hit a ground Ball which the mountie firs baseman displayed the miscue allowed Householder to score Heather states kept Philipsburg at Bay until the sixth Frame two singles and an error plated one run and left two runners on base Jena Kephart hit a two run double which gave the mounties the 32 Lead which they held onto Sellers added Overall this probably was the Best game we played in a couple of years we had a couple running mis takes which really Hurt our chances the Junior varsity bearcats dropped an 188 decision to fall to 53 on the season Huntingdon will Host its Cross county rival mount Union on monday the game will be the beginning of a Busy week for the cats who play everyday Bellefonte is 177 Winner fridays mount Union at Bellefonte game started out As a slug est then the red raiders called on Ace Lori Walash for Relief of starter Monica Haldeman and she pulled the plug on the Trojan attack while mount Union was blanked through its last three a bats Bellefonte continued to put runs on the Board and finished with a five inning 177 Moun Tain league win the Trojan losing Streak reached five As they dipped to 47 on the season and 36 in the league the red raiders sport an 111 Overall record and Lead the league standings with a 101 Mark the trojans led on two different occasions in the Early going Keli Dunkle smacked a two run triple in the first Bellefonte put six on the Board in its half of the Frame sparked by two run singles off the bats of Crissy sports and Shannon Connolly mount Union came Back with five in the second to regain the Lead 76 Sherri Allen had an rib single Dunkle was hit by a pitch and Jody Huffnagle walked Burks Caps botox rally Over Oakland Boston up Ellis Burks lofted a two out two run single just Over the outstretched Glove of Oakland second baseman Mike Bordick to Cap a three run rally Friday night and give the Boston red sox a 76 Victory Over the Oakland athletics Burks who had Only three hits in his previous 28 a bats came through against loser Gene Nelson 11 to hand the world Champion As their first Road loss in Rune decisions in the ninth Jody Reed walked and Mike Greenwell singled to Chase Mike Norris after Nelson was brought in Dwight Evans forced Greenwell but Tony Penas fourth hit of the game a single scored Reed and sent Pinch run Ner Randy Cutcher to second Bill Bucklers slow ground out moved the runners into scoring position for Burks who hit a 21 pitch to Center Field Jeff Reardon 10 pitched the ninth to earn the Victory Oakland was Down 30 through five innings before coming Ron Hassels first Homer of the year Carne off Dennis lamp with two out in the sixth Oakland added an unearned run off reliever Lee Smith in the eighth Oakland starter Scott Sanderson worked 5 innings mariners 4 orioles 3 Baltimore up Seattle Catcher Dave Valle hit a two run Home run and Ken Griffey or added an rib double to Power the mariners to a 43 Victory Friday Over the slumping Balti More orioles erikhanson2qoutdueledjeffbal lard 03 As the mariners won their third straight game and five of their last seven Hanson pitched a three hitter Over eight innings striking out eight walking two Mike schooler pitched the ninth inning to pick up his fourth save of the year and the 52nd of his career tying a club record set by Bill Caudill the orioles lost their fourth in a Row Jeff Leonard singled across an insurance run off Relief Pitcher Gregg Olson in the eighth inning after Ballard had Given up six hits in 7 innings indians 7 twins 2 Cleveland up Joey Belle Candy Maldonado and Carlos Baerga hit two run homers Friday night Lead ing the Cleveland indians to a 72 Vic tory Over the Minnesota twins Bud Black 20 pitched eight shutout innings before giving up Bac Toback Solo homers to Fred Manrique and Kir by Puckett Black limited the twins to six hits struck out fear and walked none before giving Way to Cecilio Guante the indians Are 40 at Home in 1990 Belle who entered the game hitting 083 gave Cleveland a 20 Lead in the second inning when he hit a two run Homer off David West 13 Cory Snyder had reached base before Belle clubbed his first Homer of the year his first of three hits Maldonado and Baerga hit their Home runs in a four run Cleveland fifth Jerry Browne led off with a grounder to shortstop Greg Gagne who dropped the Ball for one error then threw into the Cleveland dugout for a second error that left Browne at second one out later Baerga drilled a 21 pitch Over the Centerfield Fence for his first major league Home run West then walked Snyder before Maldonado gave Cleveland a 60 Lead with a Home run to Center his fourth Homer of the year and reds Cincinnati up Chris Sabos two out single drove Home Mariano Duncan with the winning run in the ninth inning Friday night lifting the Cincinnati reds to a 32 Victory Over the Montreal expos Duncan opened the inning with a walk off Drew Hall 12 and stole second before coming Home on Sabos hit Beard leads by 2 in senior event Frisco Texas up Frank Beard looking for his first Victory on the senior tour posted a 6under 66 Friday that gave him a two shot Lead Over Bobby Nichols and Walt Zembriski in the opening round of the reunion prom Beard joined the senior tour last May and has two second place finishes to his credit since then his 66 bettered his previous Best round this year by two shots a lightning packed storm delayed play for an hour and seven minutes after Beard had played 12 holes and when he returned to the Ston Briar country club course the wind had shifted to the North and was blowing at 30 Miles per hour the temperature also dropped 11 degrees in 30 minutes after the passage of the storm Beard however Hung on to play the final six holes in 1over bog eying the Tough par4 18th Nichols and Zembriski both shot their 68s Early in the Day before the winds kicked up Zembriski birdied five out of six holes beginning at the par4 fourth while Nichols did no have a Birdie putt longer than eight set the group at 3under included Bruce Crampton and Chi Chi Rodriguez while Charles Coody who teamed Dale Douglass to win last weeks legends of Golf shot a 71 defending Champion Don Bies had a 74 second in two Days West gave up a single to Belle and walked Keith Hernandez before Leav ing the game for Tim Drummond who got the final two outs Brewers 9 tigers 6 Detroit up Rookie Greg Vaughn hit a game tying two run Dou ble and scored on a single by Glenn Braggs to Cap a five run sixth inning Friday night that carried the Milwaukee Brewers to their eighth win in nine games a 96 Victory Over the Detroit tigers Paul Molitor activated from the disabled list before the game doubled to left to Start the five run sixth Gary Sheffield blooded a single to Center that shortstop Alan Trammell dropped after a Long run Molitor stopping at third Robin Yount singled to draw Mil Waukee up to 63 Greg Brock bounced a ground Rule double into the left Field seats to make it 64 and Vaughn tied the score with his ground double Down the left Field line reliever Edwin Nunez walked by surhoff intentionally and Braggs turned starter Jack Morris 22 into the losing Pitcher with a ground rib single to left to Cap the rally Milwaukee added extra runs in the seventh and eighth a two out double by Dave Parker and Brocks ground rib single to left made it 86 and Park ers sacrifice Fly which came after a walk to Dale Sveum Gary Sheffield single and a Force out hiked the Lead to 96 Bill Krueger 10 won it with three innings of one run Relief although it took the big inning to keep the Brewers starting pitchers unbeaten 70 record intact Chuck Crim went 2a innings to pick up his second save expos 32 that gave the Victory to Rob Dibble who pitched the final 1 innings for the reds the expos had tied the score 22 in the eighth with one out Spike Owens singled his third hit of the game to Chase starter Tom Browning Norm Charlton relieved and gave up a single to Pinch hitter Junior Noboa who was replaced by Pinch runner Otis Nixon then fired a wild pitch that moved the runners to second and third Charlton walked Delino Deshields to Load the bases and was replaced by Rob Dibble Marquis Grissom followed with a two run single the reds took a 10 Lead in the first inning Chris Sabo was Safe on third baseman Tim Wallachy error raced to third on Zane Smiths wild Pickoff throw and scored on Barry Larkins on out single Montreal threatened i the fourth when Marquis Grissom led off with a double and took third on a Tim Raines Fly Ball to Center but Browning struck out Tim Wallach and Andres Galarraga to retire the expos Cincinnati took a 20 Lead in the seventh on a Solo Home run by Rolando Roomes a on out shot deep to left Field for his first Homer of the year mets 1 astros 0 Houston up Frank Viola and two relievers combined on a three hitter and Mark Carreon blasted a Home run Friday to lift the new York mets to their fifth straight Victory 10 Over the Houston astros Viola 40 allowed bunt singles by Eric Yelding in both the third and fifth innings before leaving with muscle spasms i his lower Back he did not walk a Batter and struck out five in lowering his Era to 132 Wally Whitehurst worked 1 innings and John Franco worked the final 1m to record his sixth save Carreon hit the first pitch Over the left Field Fence leading off the fourth inning to give new York a 10 Lead it was his third Homer of the season Mark Portugal who allowed one run and seven hits in eight innings dropped to 13 the astros who have been shut out in three of their last five games managed to get runners As far As second base three times Yelding stole second in the third but Gerald Young flied out the end of the inning in the fifth Yelding reached with two out stole second but was thrown out trying to steal third it was Only the fifth time in 38 attempts that the mets have thrown out a runner attempting to steal in the eighth Yelding singled with one out and moved to second on a groundnut but Alex Trevino struck out Phillies 7 braves 1 Atlanta up carmelo Martinez broke a tie with his third career grand slam Friday night and Dennis Cook scattered four hits Over seven innings leading the Philadelphia Phillies to 71 Victory Over the Atlanta braves with the game tied 11 and one out i the eighth Len Dykstra was hit by a pitch from Mike Stanton 03 and Tom Herr singled von Hayes then singled to Knock out Stanton and Load the bases Martinez then drilled a 11 pitch from reliever Rick Luecken for his first Homer of the year Cook 30 walked two and struck out two before giving Way to Jeff Parrett who allowed two hits Over the final two innings the Phillies added two runs in the ninth on an rib single by Dykstra and a run producing double by Herr Philadelphia took a 10 Lead on the first inning on heirs second Homer of the year with one out Herr ripped a 20 pitch from Marty Clary Over the left enter Field Fence Atlanta tied the game 11 in the fourth with one out Mark Lemke doubled and scored on a single by Lonnie Smith Clary gave up five hits Over seven innings striking out eight while walk ing one from the mailbag apr 27 1990 Mapleton depot a sports editor i am writing in response to the the fifth turn column of apr 25 1990 also i am not a newcomer to Stock car racing i am in Complete agreement with the fact that something will have to be done to discourage refusal of tech inspections however i am also sure that Ray Mcgee is aware of this i dont believe he needs prompting or quotes from an old Rule Book from big Diamond raceway we found him to be a fair and cooperative person i believe he is quite capable of determining what to do about the situation he did not want to disqualify yet another Driver after hav ing to do so the previous week also dont think that there were not others who were going to refuse i also believe As you do that those Are the rules and should be accepted or pay the consequences these Drivers Are not troublemakers at either track nor do they complain to track officials about other cars and Drivers As a few locals do on a regular basis these opinions Are entirely my own and in no Way reflect those of the Drivers involved of yes one other thing it does not seem fair to ask a Driver or owner to be torn Down by a tech inspector no mat Ter How capable who builds motors for your Competition thank you m Joann Park with the bases loaded to plate two runs and Lori Miller and Dawn gamer Fol Lowed with rib singles the trojans were limited to Only two hits the rest of the Way by Balash who struck out three and walked three in a Relief role Trish Connolly two run Homer sparked a two out rally in the Raider third helped by three of the trojans eight errors Bellefonte added a run in the fourth on two walks an infield single and an rib hit by t Connolly the raiders and ended the game with three runs in the fifth on two errors and three straight hits including an rib single by Nell shivery and Cindy Brun Garts rib single that terminated play Bellefonte played errorless Ball the trojans twice left the bases loaded and stranded runners on third two other times Allen had three hits to Lead the Tro Jans Shehas hit safely in nine of her last 12 a bats Miller rapped out a pair of hits one of those a double Brungart and t Connolly both had three hits for the raiders who had 16 hits off Trojan right hander Kim Gilliland mount Union pays a return visit to Huntingdon on monday Robinson is named nabs top Rookie san Antonio Texas up the san Antonio spurs made Navy Center David Robinson the top pick in the 1987 Aba draft then waited two years while he completed his military commitment the wait was Worth it As Robinson guided the spurs to the Midwest Divi son title this season Robinsons individual Effort was not overlooked As he was named Friday the nabs Rookie of the year in excited about the Way things Are going Robinson said this is just one More thing in a great line of things that have happened to me this year All this sniff is coming so fast its almost hard to appreciate it right now i had no doubts about myself i always knew i could play i knew it was just a matter of time before i would make the kind of Impact i knew could the 7footl Robinson is the first unanimous Choice for the Eddie Gottlieb trophy since Ralph Sampson in 1984 he was also named Rookie of the month All six times this season Robinson received 92 votes from a nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters three from each league City and 11 National Media representatives he ranked 10th in the league in scor ing averaging 243 Points a game he finished second in rebounding behind Akeem Olajuwon of Houston with a 120 average and third in blocked shots with a 389 average i came into the season not knowing what to expect he said i just wanted to Start at a certain level and try to improve and i Felt like i did improve a lot of people just look at my num Bers and say Hes had a great year but i see myself everyday and i see the things i need to work on and see i have so much farther to go before in at the level where i can play consistently there were some who Saf d the two year Layoff would Hurt Robinson and that he had not been particularly impressive on the us olympic Basket Ball team but he led the spurs to the Midwest division Crown with a 5626 record which was 35 games better than the pre Vious year and the greatest single season Rise in Aba history i was Happy that everyone criticized my game because that took All the expect ions away he said i just came out and played this year has been a fun year a Good year this is great Honor i never expect anything i try to stay away from individual goals you tend to set yourself up for a lot of disappointment when you set a lot of individual goals i like to set goals that Are precise

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