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Park Forest Star (Newspaper) - July 26, 1984, Park Forest, Illinois C-8 the Star thursday july 26, 1964 Vikings finally push aside Andrew by Greg Canfield in typical fashion underdog Andrew 6-10-3 once again gave Homewood Flossmoor 14-5-3 All it could handle monday night. For the first time in four attempts however it was the Vikings who came out on top. Paced by a 12-hit attack the top seeded Vikings eliminated the thunderbolts from the Joliet Catholic regional 7-4. Previously the teams had tied twice and Andrew had captured a 7-6 decision. A we just did no to get the hits it Bolt coach Don Gardner said. A they hit the Ball harder than we did and More than we Pitcher Brian Ahern and a couple outstanding defensive plays were the reasons Andrew was held to Only four hits. Although he suffered control problems in the second inning ahem managed to go the distance. With a runner on second and one oat in the fifth left fielder Dave Johnson made a sensational diving catch of Emo Bonaminio a wickedly hit line drive. When Rick of Neill followed with a doable to right Center the play became even More important. Ahern received More help in the sixth from Erie havens who made a diving catch in right. Of jumped on to Bolt starter Steve Otto quickly scoring two runs in the Bottom of the first. Mark Santiago opened with an infield hit but was gunned Down by Jeff Carajohn while trying go to third on Chris Hengert a single to Center. Henger advanced to second on the play however and scored on Aherns Boyajian still a Champ n in competitive cycling continued from Page c-7 As the greatest result of cycling. When the competitive part of her j Hobby comes to an end Boyajian plans to stay a on her wheels. A some sports have a finite life a she explained. A but cycling is a life Long sport. You Start As a child and can continue As Long As you want. J racing is a year to year proposition for me. Each year i just set goals and evaluate my racing time with Randall vies i in cd a meet a continued from Page c-7 Chicago District Golf association tournament at Medinah country club. Janet Randall of Flossmoor country club will be playing in the championship flight of this years tourney. After a Brilliant career at Homewood Flossmoor High school Randall has signed a letter of intent to attend the University of missis Sippi. A a Ronald Wensing of Hazel Crest carded a Hole in one on the 168-Yard 11-th Hole at the Shady Lawn course in Beecher. Chad to see sox Brewers Chicago Heights Park District will Taka a group to Cornish a Park on August 10 to watch the whits sox taks on the met walks bus wars Gams Tim is 7 30 and the bus will in a commission is Park at 5 45 prior to the Gam the sox and by was will compost in a Hom run hitting Comsat the $12 i includes Gam tick bus transportation and refreshments on the bus fans can sign up for a limited number of tickets at the Park District recreation Center monday through Friday Between 8 30 and 5 pm time i need for personal commitments. I Hope to continue for a Long Boyajian a 1984 record proves that she May be talented enough to Sta it in racing for awhile. At the Illinois time trials in Walnut she set a personal record for 25 Miles with a time of 1 09.34. She has also finished third eighth and fifth twice in previous National Competition. Boyajian will continue racing through the Middle of october when she will take her training indoors for the Winter. Although Boyajian would like to see More people get involved with cycling she does t think Competition is the most important thing for Many people. A i enjoy the Competition and the peaceful rides a she said. A the movie a breaking away brought about a significant awareness in bicycle racing. I think As More people get involved with personal sports Well see More participation in Cycle Chad Grid coaches needed the Chicago Heights Park District is looking for coaches with previous experience or knowledge of football to assist the fall Flag football program. Boys in sixth seventh and eighth grades will be placed on teams according to size and weight. Interested persons can Register by phoning 755-1351 Between office hours 9 . And 5 . Or by stopping at the Chicago Heights recreation Center 1400 Chicago Road. Double to right Center. Ahern then came Home on Tom Ryan a double to left. It was the first of three hits for Ryan. Andrew tied the game in the second although it had no hits. Suddenly unable to find the plate Ahern walked the bases loaded with nobody out. He managed to get a strikeout and pop out Only to have a displayed pop up allow the tying runs to score. A Brian has had a tendency to get wild before a coach Steve Ehren explained. A generally he has been Able to work his Way oat of a strange Chain of events enabled the Vikings to Send seven men to the plate in the third and yet Only score one run. A single a walk and a hit Batter loaded the bases with one out. Tim Walton followed with a Bloop hit to Center but because the runners baseball Homewood baseball Bab runt a a Quot highlights malarial a Vic scored twin in the Bottom with seventh to a do Homewood fir department. 4-3. And claim the i Agu tin the win was the 11th straight for thl Agu champs and the 12th in 13 Gam material held a 2-1 old going into the seventh but Mik Harrison doubled Horn Brad mahr and Brad Morgan to give fir department a 3-2 advantage Dav Mclean led Oft the Bottom of the seventh with a walk and moved to second on Kerry person s sacrifice material tied the connect when Jeff Corse. Brent seals and Pat Keuy came up with consecutive singles Andy flagger sent the Winner Home with a safety to deep right Center Mclean corned the win in Relief of seals who had allowed Only four hits and on unearned run before the seventh pitching keyed the late season surge for material seals allowed lust two ruts in his last two outings prior to to fir department Gam Mclean finished with a 6-0 season record and never allowed More than three runs in a single contest the remainder of the championship roster include Keith Giffney. Garrick Nielson. Brad Kaminski. Mark Anderson Jim Debolt. Brad Dud i and de Kap Alzy a Sci material also received Strong contribution from persons and Mik Oliver from the 13-year-old league material is managed by Art seals Jack Dom my Kevin Mott and Jon Klem combined for a seven hitter As the a 2 National league All stars toppled the #2 american league am stars. 14-7 Ryan Garrity was three for three and scored twice commy David Klein. Jon Klein and Tony Harmon also scored twice Mike Welsh ripped a key trip and Ben Hardy. Scott Marshall and Mott also tallied clutch runs Kevin Pierce singled in the winning run in the fourth John Krus Maki and Jim Storrs turned in Stellar defensive performances Matte som Olymeta Fields twins Astro cubs cards sox Vannesa a s. Marathon forms available Cpd offers club in August entry forms for America s Marathon Chicago 1064 a available through the Marathon office selected health clubs and athletic equipment stores in the Chicago area the 26 2 mile race. Sponsored by Beatrice will be held sunday. October 21 forms May be obtained by sending a sell addressed stamped envelope to America s Marathon Chicago. 214 w Erie. Chicago 60610. Or by calling the Marathon hotline at 961-0660 Hazel Crest Park District will offer a sports club for softball and soccer in August at the James Seine sport Complex the softball program will run from to to 11 30 a in on monday and wednesday and the soccer on tuesday and thursday at the Sam Tim both programs for grammar school age youngsters will begin the week of August 6 there is $10 entry fee Tor each program More information May a obtained by calling 335-1509 Olympia Terrace youth association tee baft Jon Tkv Parucka and grog Haldane bothered for the bengals in their 21-3 win Over the chiefs defensive stars in the Dolphin we Over the bears were Danny roast. Chris Bergman and j r Cou Ieon in the Cowboy Over the chiefs. Demon Brown hit two Home run Power hitters Tor the raiders in their Over the jets Atar Matt Callahan. Steve Wegrzyn and Peter Mcintyre Greg Frier a tripled for the dolphins in their 28-20 Victory Over the Cowboy the see Hawks edged the raiders behind Dallas Tupper s hot Bat offensive stars Tor the seen awk a in thee 19-16 Over the Vikings Atar Erie Skowronski and Teddy Boyle Terry Brown s two grand slam homers helped the bears overcome the chiefs. 21-19 minors Ricardo Lucio struck out 13 in the Phillies 15-7 we Over the dodgers the giants beat the cardinals. 21-7. Behind Dan Stanley s grand slam dorm Boisvert mad the difference for the phial in their 6-7 Ann Over the cub Doug suprenant pitched for the dodgers in their 7-3 Over the padre the padre beet the cardinals 13-4. As James Capron and Sieve Dennis homered Tom Disney and Tim Travagli tripled for the pirates in their 9-3 Ann Over the giants the hot bats of Tom and Der Disney helped the pirate trounce the cub. 20-2 majors five runs scored thanks to homers by by nets and Jason Genovese in the cardinals 8-5 Over the Phillies Mark debuted and Joey Valtero doubled for the dodgers in their 12-1 win Over the pirates save 15% our entire line of installed Wood fencing enclose your property with real Wood Beauty styles include split rail stockade Basket weave plus others1 Gates posts included a sat prices on Page a of july 28 a Odd a dub dds $20-$40 off installed garage doors flush Wood door Hardwood panels fibreboard honeycomb design co e for insulation prime painted $20 off 8 o 9 a a too $40 off �?T6 Quot too raised panel door embossed Stee a sed pan $20 it door with the look of Wood 8 out s primed Call Sears now1 $40 r off i Doof off door save i 5% applied blown in insulation reinstate your in floored attic the higher the a value the greater the insulating Power ask your seller for the fact Sheet on r values 800-Sa it of minimum Energy Tea credit for qualified Predicta Eppl Iai to the Predicta when installed in e principal residence bulk refers april 20 ib77 the credit ent Kunfi in 15% eth first $3000 spent in Eny qualifying product before Jon i i9ba to Maxi mum credit of $300 Sui it Leat $67 Mutt be Peru in qualifying Predicta during la years save 15% installed Glass Block windows help protect As Well As insulate your House with Impact and fire resistant Glass Block windows Quality for e t c when used As exterior windows vents extra bathroom remodelling from tile to fixtures Sears remodelling service will help bring new life to a drab Bath scene free estimates open a Seo Rachor save 10%. Bathtub refinishing. Free estimates let Sears authorized installers resurface your old Bathtub right in your home1 eliminates mess fuss of replacing it b be Bibb opa a rungs my met who ugh Fenesy suit a to Mimm tem in a a a Vic has Roebuck Amo co ism had to wait to see if it could be caught Carajohn had enough time to fire to the plate and get a Force. A give Carajohn some credit a praised Gardner. A the played unfortunately for the to bolts Carajohn do anything about the next play. When Johnson struck out and the Ball rolled a few feet from Home plate Ron Prete chose to throw to first instead of stepping on the plate and forcing the runner coming from third. His throw was in time but Scott Halls foot slipped off the bag and the Lead run came Home. The Vikings extended their Lead Broncos open slate saturday coming off an undefeated season in 1983 and rated sixth in the nation by pro football weekly the Chicago Heights Broncos open their 10th season with an exhibition game this saturday. The minor league football squad will take on the Mchenry county red devils at 4 . At Crown High school in Dundee. Coach Lee Albrecht will Start a Veteran lineup to try to keep the win Streak alive. The offence features John Lucas at Center Dennis Condon and Stan Nowacki at guards and John Martin and Mike Wright at tackles. Converted All league safety Mike Erbeck will be at quarterback handing off to Carl Perkins and Mike Henderson in the Backfield. Erbeck will be throwing to wide receivers Bill Quinones and Dan Debolt and tight end Walter Mosby. The leagues Best defense will started Schmeski and Steve Thornburg defensive ends Ralph Moore nos guard Pat Mclaughlin Garry Brown and Mike Buchmeier linebackers. Rookie Jim Kent will Start at linebacker in place of Max Albrecht who is still at College in Montana. Defensive backs include cornerback Rick manaois and Dominic Dimarco teamed with safeties Jim Yamka and Brian Burner who moved to defense this year from running Back. With 83 rookies and veterans in Camp. Albrecht Hopes to look at All of them in the exhibition season so he is Able to trim his roster to 50 by the Chicago metropolitan league opener on August 18. In the fourth on Aherns rib single to left and Ryan a run producing single Over third. Gary Delafuente had walked and havens had singled to open the inning. After of Neillis double in the fifth had chased Home Ray Palma with Andrewes third run Rich palmers Pinch hit single scored of Neill and the to bolts were Back in the game. They were unable to hold h f at Bay however As Bill Schoofs clutch two out single to right in the sixth scored Ryan and Walton with the clinching runs. 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