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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THS ItTHBRIDO! HERALD Monday, Otlober H, 1971 Sugar Kings split, Red Devils triumph UP TO GRAB Oakland A's Joe Ructi goes high In the nrnlh inning Bundoy to grab ur-game losing streak by rlrop- mg the Mets 4-2 while Sunday ight in Di-umheller the local lub held the shirt end of a 3 decision. In Saturday's contest, four layers shared the scoring to jive the Sugar Kings their first ictory after five starts. Peter McMahon, Marty Max- :ell, Dave Litchfield and Don termer pumped in a goal each or the Sugar Kings, who open ed a 3-1 lead in the first period ,nd a 4-2 margin after the sec- md. Dave Rell and Ron Bignell epiied for Edmonton, who ired 35 shots at Ted Stokes in he Tollbridge net. Brent Mason started in goal for Edmonton out was replaced hy Randy Frost after the first period. The pair combined for 22 laves. Edmonton served 13 of K pen lUies, including one major I each team. Sunday, the Drumheller Fal cons took a 3-1 lead after Hi first period and extended it t 7-2 after the second to defea the Kings. Dwight Klimek, Fred Hucu' Ryan Wecker, Gary Bembreige Trent Currie, Ken Nelson, Gran Pushic, Dale Booth and Gran Ferby shared scoring honor for the winners while TOT O'Donnell scored twice for th losers with singles coming froi Brenl Clelland, Litchfield ar Renner. Drumheller took six of the T minor penalties. Garth Keayi far j of the Falcons and Wayne Ha of the Sugar Kings were tagg 1 .UP THRUSH DRIVING LAMPS ORLON MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY 421 5tfi St. S., Lethbridge Phone Field gnnl and three converts. Mike Oliver paced the Elks with a pair of majors while Brian Heninger chipped in with a single touchdown. In another east division con- test, the Raymond Cornets pick- ed up their fifth league victory affer six starts by dropping the Milk River Ridge Riders 21-12. Drew Galbraith led the Comets' attack with a touch- two converts and a sin- gle. Randy Olsen and Steven Acuni chipped in with a touch- down each. Murray Clelland and Fret Behrens managed a touchdown apiece in a losing cause. Meanwhile in west division action on the weekend, Clares- holm gained sole possession of first place by blanking St. Mary's 14-0. Jeff Lindsay and Bnan Hud- dle scored a touchdown each while Bill Morkin booted two singles for winners. tn another league match, High River upset the Vulcan Cougars 21-20 and moved into a second place tie with the Cougars in the west division. T-arry Larson led High River with two touchdowns while Phil fnvin chipped in with a touch- i down and a single. Hob Frazicr also managed two converts. For Vulcan, Tom Ellis scor- 1 a pair of majors and a pair of converts while Rod Anclrec- kow contributed a touchdown. In exhibition play, Royd Hun- ter scored two majors and added three converts to lead the Nanton Knight.s to a win over the Cardston Cougars. Rick Shearers ami Don Pfrce vil aidr'd with a major each. goals by Roper Lamourea with two, Ian McPhee and D Eastcott. Tn Red Deer a goal by Terry Wi f t chen at of stride n- death overtime gave Red Deer 5-4 win over Cat- Box scores Brant Sim. Ciord Adone caught that hall. Bob Flocktlart Glir Williams said that it was the provided earlier goals for ipst catch he'd ever seen in a rted Devils, matching Calga World Series game, giving it a seller rating than Willie Mays' much-publicized catch of a hall hit by Vic Wertz in the 1954 classic. The game was still In doubt though, because the had a Fiustlcrs runner on second base aftero---------- Ilegan's diving stop of Gero- nimo's knee-high drive to his right. Hal McRae hit Ihe fourth straight shot off Hunter, a single that drove home Perez with the Cincinnati rnn. Williams called on Rollie Fin- gers to pitch to pinch-hitter Ju- Bando, 3b lian Javier who was retired on a harmle-ss foul hall to Hegan. The reserve first baseman clutcherf the ball arid hugged it to his chest while the A's ral- lied around Fingers and pumped hands. SAME SCENE SATURDAY The scene was similar Satur- day when the American League champions heat the favored Na- gary Canucks Move fans a iiuw ay night. Gont Dillon, Barry Lassilcr, 1 Dale Blngham and Reg Kinch B were Hie other marksmen who gave the Rustlers their fiflli i n in six starts. s Don Eastcott's goal with c little more than a minute ilic Canucks blew a S-l sad on first-period goals by eUire, Dale Eloschuk and Ian lacFhce. Calgary was leading fc-2 into the final period but Las-iter and Kinch scored 14 sec-ncls apart, giving Red Deer a -3 lead and setting the o play forced tire overtime Eastcolt's tying marker. ELRICH TIRE p SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 CANADIAN LEAGUE Eaitern Division 'WESTERN CONFERENCE: _ W L T F A W L T h PIS Montreal 13 9 a 0 353 iJ7 13 luffalo 1 0 r fl-nj HP. O.ik- RE-ROOF NOW... 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