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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 19, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioMadeira wine cellar team champions Hie Madika Wink cellar Knothole baseball team Defeated Indian Hill Little keds i ft-1 july 12 at Mariemont Hall Tower Park to rapture the Eastern Cincinnati District six i -\1ajor Knothole baseball championship for nine year Olds. Pitchers Andy Breeden and c Hild Bruffey combined efforts to pitch a no hitter. Leading Madeira s hitting attack was Andy Breeden with three hits. Third baseman Mark Caesar second baseman Tommy Marotto and first baseman Jeff niemants verdries rapped out two hits apiece. Catchers Steve Gardner and Brian cordon performed Well behind the plate. The team includes from left bark Row Ceorge Atkins. Chad Bruffey Brian cordon Jeff niemants verdries Billy Schoonover Middle Creg m ebb. Andy Breeden Mark Caesar Kris Berry Steve Gardner front. Eary Salemme David Yengich Paul willing Tommy Marotto. District six league consists of i i teams from Madeira Fairfax Kenwood Indian Hill Mariemont. And Terrace Park. After regular season play a round Robbin tournament was held among the top three teams in the standings All of whom will participate in the creater Cincinnati Knothole tournament. Final standings were Madeira wine cellar 11-3 Indian Hill Little Beds. 10-4 Mariemont Central Trust. 9-4. St. James co City champs beat guardian Angel 4-2 following two sundays of postponements because of rain the co Northeast Champ ion so i p game was Laveo on july 4 at st. Vincent Ferrer Field guardian Angel it. Washington National division Winner pounded out 13 hits As they downed american division Winner Pope John xxii i Middletown 19 to 1. Kevin Rogers pitched All the Way for the winners As he scattered 6 hits in pitching the Victory. Dave Schirmer with two doubles and a single Steve Smith with three singles and John Feldman with a pair of singles led the a attack. De Watson with three singles and John Welshofer with a single and double had 5 of Pope Johns 6 hits. Sunday at Randy Buck memorial Field in it. Healthy Guardia n a no 1 lost a heart breaker As Rogers pitched super baseball for 11 innings before dropping a 4-2 decision to st. James unite Oak in the co City championship finals. Rogers gave up just 7 hits As he again pitched All the Way a a guardian Angel took a 2-0 Lead in the Bottom of the first inning when Jay Rosenfeldt and Robby Sauler walked and Jeff Gardner a line single loader the bases with none out. Kevin Rogers sacrifice Fly to deep left Field scored the first run and left runners on second and third. Steve Kings perfect squeeze bunt gave a a 2-0 Lead. St. James Cut the margin to rein 2-1 on a walk and a double in the fourth. A single error and walk loaded the bases in the top of the seventh and a squeeze bunt tied the score for st. James. With the score tied at 2-2 in st. James scored twice on 2 hit batsmen a double and a squeeze bunt to close out the scoring. In a preliminary game Pope John will bound ced Back to Chalk up a 12-3 win Over Northwest league runner up Lillie Flower. It. Airy for the third place trophy. Bill Kelly scattered nine nits in pitching the Victory. De Watson with 3 hits Tom Long with two infield hits and Dennis Braun with a double had the six Pope John hits. Pope John took advantage of 12 bases on balls a hit batsman and 6 Little Flower errors in posting the Victory. A Silverton kiwanis top Rutterer a league in a 17-0 no hitter Ove the Royal blues last Friday the Silverton kiwanis won the Rutterer a league championship. The combination of Steve Reule Shofer and Ron Lynn was almost perfect. Facing Only 2 More than the minimum of 18 batters the combo racked up 15 strike outs allowing Only 2 batters to get As far As first base one on a walk and one hit Batter. Fielding play of the Quot game was Indian Hill new students Indian Hill elementary schools will be open for registration of students new to the school during the month of August. Parents Are asked to Register students As soon As possible. The offices of the a Rake Shawnee and Wyandot schools will be open daily for registration. Registration of Junior or senior High school students May be completed at the school offices after aug. 15. Turned fit few Silverton shortstop Tony Reusch when he robbed Steve routhers of an extra base hit in the 4th inning by catching his head High line smash. Leading the 15 hit attack for Silverton was Jeff Krimmer with a Home run 2 doubles and a single Steve Reule Shofer 2 Home runs and a double Kevin Deardorf a triple double and a single Brian Hindersman 2 doubles and a single Ron Lynn a Home run and a triple. For Steve and Ron this was their second shutout in a week. The first was 19-0,3 hitter against the Crim Grren Fin a she d on to the Hiat a a 2-0, , Greg Gates and by Nagle held the Naves 1 a hit a single by Bramble. Sons last sunday in up was Steve Reule Shofer. A Homer a rolling hits for Silverton triple a double a single Ron Lynn a Homer a double a single Kevin Deardorf a triple a single Tim ringers a triple and a single. Brian Hindersman 2 doubles Jeff Krimmer a double and a single and John gunning Homer. Hitting for the Crimson were j. Adcock 2 doubles and c. Waven a single. Quot it in a game played wednesday night the Silverton Bunch rolled Over the bro a 24-9. Pitching for Silverton was Reule Shofer and Lynn giving up five hits. Mike Flowe a triple and a double. M. Schlie a single t. Galinari a single and b. Louis a double. Banging out 18 Silverton was Kevin Deardorf 2 homers a triple and a double Ron Lynn 2 homers a triple a single Steve Reule Shofer 2 homers and a triple John gunning 2 triples Brian Hindersman 2 singles Jeff let cd a Homer Tim ringers a triple and Jeff Krimer a single. In a pitching Duel the dark Nagle Jim Coopman and Marty Meyer each had singles off Navy pitchers Hunt and Edwards. In a second game the dark Green scored 11 runs off 11 hits to beat the Olds 11-zip. Brad Conroy and Mike Blomer combined to hold the golds to 2 hits a pair of singles by Dave Krus and Andy Giordelli. Conroy and Sears homered for the greens with Gates Coopman Nagle Blomer and Nolte rounding out the hitting. Tim Gibson pitched for the golds. Greg Gates and Daral Sears pitched a one hitter against a Cui Emp for an 8-i Victory Ovington and were on the Mound for acc temp with spa Corelli coming up with the Lone nit. Big guns for the greens were Gates and Nagle with a pair of singles each followed by Joel Wilson Ryan Nolte Mike Blomer Doug Jones and Todd Komiensky All with singles. In. The fourth contest the greens bested the Crimson 15-8. Nagle and Gates again shared Mound duties for the Victory. Marty Meyer banged out a pair of singles with Gates slamming a double and Nagle and Nolte each getting singles. A toe Kelly and Jack Adcock a pitched for the Crimson a sticking the Ball for the Crimson was Jeff Martin and Trent Boehm each with singles Chris Warren a pair of singles and Scott Purdin with a double and single. Football registration registration will be held for football players and cheerleaders at Sycamore or. High school Cooper rd., july 23, 4 . Jaycees take Knothole title by Carol Cunningham in District 7 Knothole action the Jaycees won the class a title beating Millers 17-7. Power hitting for the jct a were Tim Williams going 4 for 5, Jerry James 3 for 4 and ber Nie Veste ring John Heisenberg Mike Markley and Tommy Bauer turning in 2 hits each. Tommy Bauer was the winning Pitcher for the jct a. For Millers Fred Woolwine and Steve Smith had 3 hits each with Frank learn contributing 2 hits. In class a the a it a a a continued their winning ways heating the Defi 12-1, and st. Joki i 12-2. In the del game Tim Rice struck out 11 and allowed Only 3 hits for the jct a. Hitters for the jct a were Greg Hull with 3 hits and Vida Murray Tim Rice Todd Lyons and Bobby Cunningham with 2 hits apiece. For the del Sean Bryant collected a single and play a Fine third base. In the st. John contest Vada Murray held st. Johns to Only 2 hits whiffing 8 batters. For the jct a George Albers cleared the bases with a Long double Vada a Murray had j hits Maurice Mccown. 2 Hite and Greg Hull and Tim Rice with a hit each. For st. John Greg Hudson and t. Murphy had hits. Mitch Wiebell pitched a line game for st. John with Greg Hudson turning in an excellent game As Catcher. In other action Deer Park Fel Derat beat Beacon Hill behind hitting by Casey Schneider Doug Zang Tim Englert and Mike area boys go the distance in Marathon four life area boys participated with about 800 others in the Toledo Marathon june 18. A certified Marathon is 26 Miles 385 Yards. Steve Anders a. 1977 graduate of Deer Park High school ran the distance in 3 hours 5 minutes. Dave Coffey and Doug Bintzler finished within one minute of each other Dave having the Edge with 3 hours 33 minutes and Doug in 3 hours 34 minutes. Chuck Johnson came in in 3 hours 39 minutes. Steve was a member of the Cross country and track teams while at Deer Park. Chuck a 1978 graduate of Deer Park was a member of the track team. Dave will be a senior at Deer Park next year and is a member of the Cross country and track teams. Doug will be a Junior at Sycamore High school next year and is a member of the Cross country wrestling and track teams. The winning time was 2 hours 23 minutes. Madeira Golf tourney july 30 Madeira recreation. Department is sponsoring its 14th annual Golf tournament sunday july 30, at time is Between 10 and 11 . Golfers should Call the club to secure their own times. The tournament is open to All Madeira residents and their guests. Participants pay their Green fees plus a $1 entry fee. Trophies Are awarded to the winners. A registration form is available at the municipal building or at the Golf course. Silverton bicycle inspections the Hamilton county bicycle safety inspectors will be in Silverton july 21 at the Layfield and in Montgomery july 25 at the municipal building. In both cities inspections will be conducted from 10 .-2 . The inspection program ends with the 22nd annual All Hamilton county bicycle championships. Save 20% on Woven Wood shades shop at Home decorator service act it decor a a custom draperies 7108 Bluff Ash r of o a j al a1 Cincinnati Ohio 46&6 o v 1 a i o a Sosa 33333333333 7v�i a a up no d 2nd prize Zenith am pm digital clock radio Stop in and Register at the Blue Ash building �0x1 and loan co. Through july 24th 1st prize Zenith color to 17&Quot portable Walnut Cabinet our savings and loan was chartered in 1908 and we Are now 70 years old and Quot growing Strong Quot. Stop in on july 24th for some birthday cake. The winners will be announced at 6 . All Are limited to present customers. Stop in and look Over our savings programs. Fisic members Blue ribbon club for savers. Of Jeff gifts to Oil visitors. Blue Ash buiidin0 amp loan Kenwood amp Cooper ads. Cincinnati Ohio 45242 791-1870 Srb my a. Al lor Federal Robby Jansen threw out two runners attempting to steal third base and Mike Jone and Keith William combining to limit Beacon to 4 hits. For Beacon Ballard Eck Horein Gand Hamilton had hit. The met Defeated Medicine shop behind a Well balanced attack. For the Meta. Tom Rose had ,5 hits Jim Temar Chris Case and Chris Green had .3 hits Brent Ashbrock had a Home Tun and Joe Holt Scott Hayes Sean Butler and Robbie Wessel All collecting hits. Robbie Robinson pitched a Good game for the met. I anal a he. Rolled up 2 victories beating a i. John 11-5 and a de it it 17-3. In the pee do game Gary Wilson Tony Giordullo. Ken Wilson Troy Wager Steve tates and Kelly Williams led panels hitting attack. In class a due collected three big wins Beati Ueen Lily rat her Ting tri Stair 8-6, Ken timid to 14-9 and the Jayree 11-2. Landon Black was the winning Pitcher against tri state fanning 13 batters. The win against Kenwood Bev. Was helped by the Home runs of Landon Black and Rick Cunningham Scott Farmer s 2 doubles with Haeufle Rick Wagner Eddie Woolwine Jim game and Chris Reed turning in singles for the Crane. Big hats for the Bev were Schlotman Doetze and Stamm with a double. Against the Jaycees Queen City s Scott Farmer had 3 hits Eddie Woolwine a single and triple Rick Cunningham a triple and Tim Stephen single. Aaron Boone half two hits for the Jaycee. Am him won Over tri male behind the doubles of Mark Davis Mike Smith. Of cog George and a triple by Hobby lawns. Singles were turned in for Gamma by Paul Abney Mike Finley Tim Zix a Lave Lingen. Den George and Joe rockers. Ren Thamann was the winning Pitcher for Gamma. For 1 n state Kriner and Kite had solid hit. In an extra inning game. Male a edged a it a a 13-12, hitters tor Staley s were Tom Beckham with 2 double and Todd Watts and Dave Moses with a double each with Gary Bauer collecting 3 hits. Bauer a and Moses shared the Mound for Staley a. No Sash hitters were Howie Wright Jim Elbrock and Scott Ragle All with doubles. 1 he Deer dark met won 2 this week beating the Jar Reed 9-0 behind Dave Neuer s one hitter and m strike out. Meta hitting Power earn from Steve Apke with 2 doubles Ken Wallrauch s rib double and Jav dings bunt single. The Meta second Victory came against a it no a with Steve Apke pitching and John Groh in snort rebel. Apke had 2 Kojs and scored two runs tor the Meta supporting hits came from Mike Callahan Madeira pee wee football registry there will be regret ration for pee wee football in Madeira for youngsters Ages 9-12, sunday july 23, 1-4 . At the Madeira train station to give the met a a is nu-sah.1 a Reg 5 3 on Large Lucite serving trays offer Good july 13,14, 15 looks like summer 78 will be our Best Ever. Northeast/9709 Montgomery rd./793-2544 beat blah Mathys Doug Workman Ada Levy Lasserre Bradley. Mgr 1 Mike Mcdonnell Marion e1senberg Edna Willet Clara Fessenden East central/4871 Cooper rd./891-9770 j9kl i a Mark Labonde Bill Davis. Asst. 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