Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
i inc I.EI Pee wee winners The Devil's Angels earned the 1974 pee wee division crown by defeating the Whizettes 8-1 in the championship recently. Members of the champion- ship club back row left to Tony Dimnik Shirley and Judy McDonnell Middle row left to Rae Ann Tina Dawn Nada Vidovic and Tammy McNeely. Front row left to Mary Robin Stilgoe and Margret Keenan. Missing from picture are Cindy Bernadette Anita Bluekens and Jenny Webkmg. Squirt titleholders The Cheetahs will reign as the squirt division champions for the 1974 season. The winning team consists back left to Lana Milford Leona Milford Rhonda Shelly Hales and May Kolesar Middle row left to Diane Darlene Shirley Sapsford and Valerie Vickers Front row left to Lynn Crystal Nordme .and Colette H off art h. Missing are Michelle Laura Tammi Kathy Donaldson and Stephanie Molnar. Fastball roundup Lcbor Club Athletics powered behind five home runs outlasted the York Farm Generals 12-9 in one of two Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League games staged Tuesday night George Jackci picked up the mound win giving up 15 hits in going the distance while starter Kaye Elhott suffered the loss Elliott along with reliever Joe Myndio allowed 12 base hits Bob Setoguchi paced the Athletics' assault with a pair of doubles and a single while Rich Deitzen chipped in with two home runs Solo homo runs went to Ken Terry Rhodes and Wally Hogg Wally Kruchkywich belted a double and a single for the Generals while team-mate Lloyd Yamagishi ripped two home runs and Bill Persley added three singles Elliott also blasted a solo home run in a losing effort In another tilt held last the Lethbndge Hotel Northstars blanked Picture Butte Rae Motors 10-0 Ron Zasadny earned his ninth decision of the season on the mound while Joe Tokai was tagged with the loss Ken Indzeoski stroked a double and single for the winners while Tom Beresnak added two singles and Wayne Nesbitt a home run Dan Tolley and Tokai poked out singles for the Butte In a pair of league games staged Pic-A-Pop managed a 1-1 draw with the Lethbndge Hotel Northstars but were dropped 2-0 by the Labor Club Athletics PITCHING Ron Zasadny Kaye Elliot Doug Hartley Phillips Joe Tokai George Jackci Tom Yip Greg Binning BATTING Wayne Shearer Ed Carpenter Bill Persley joe Myndio Tom Beresnak Wayne Nesbitt W L T SO 8 2 1 4 1 44 33 22 1------- 1 3 1 1 5 1 103 27 45 30 7 3 19 15 AVG. 448 444 435 409 400 400 MAJOR MEN'S FASTBALL STANDINGS W L Leth Hotel Northstars 8 2 York Farm Generals 5 4 Pict Butte Rae Motors 5 5 Labor Club Athletics 5 5 Pic-A-Pop 1 8 PIC. 17 11 11 10 3 City Hall continued their winning ways Wednesday as they 'ijwned the Robots 12-2 in a Commercial Men's Fastball League game IGA took a defaulted decision over the Money Movers in another contest Wednesday Other action saw Woolco dump Coughs 21-13 while Liberty shut out Smitty's 10-0 STANDINGS City Hall 28 Liberty 24 Robots 20 Woolco 12 Goughs 12 Money Movers 6 Smitty's 0 Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING w CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Ask about our Guarantee ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre Custom Engino Parts Ltd. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 Minor softball playoffs The Devil's and the Trimble-ette Astros are the reigning cham- pions in the Lethbndge Minor Softball League's 1974 season. The Cheetahs took the Squirt division and the Devil's Angels won the Pee Wee crown while the Astros walked away with this year's Bantam championship in playoff action over the weekend The Cheetahs lost to the Cougars 15-14 in a Squirt game last and had to come around the back way in the double knockout tourna- ment for the title They met the Cougars again in the championship and bested them 13-10 and 6-4 The Devil's Angels took the Pee Wee crown by downing the Whizettes 8-1 in the final game after the Whizettes had beaten the Angels 15-12 to stay in contention in the previous game The Devil's Angels had beaten the and the Diamond Streakers to get to the final while the Whizettes had to best the Knockouts and the Diamond Streakers The Trimble-ette Astros took the Bantam title after downing the Snoopy All-Stars 16-3 and 13-6 in a best of three championship series r-' Bantam champs The Trimble-ette Astros captured the 1974 Middle row left to Wilma Valer Kelly bantam girls' softball league title by defeating the Kathy Mary Ann Michelle Snoopy All-stars in the finals recently. 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