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c i Page 16 Wednesday, June 16, 1982 3POET3 Men's Softball In the first game Tuesday night, Cloverdale Nursery picked up their first win of the season while handing C]overdale Auto Parts their first loss, 4 to 3. Winning pitcher Larry Kramer gave up three runs in the first two innings, and then shut out the Auto Parts the rest of the way. Two of their runs came in the first inning on Jim Lynd's homer following the first of Stan Domenichelli's three hits. Cloverdale Nursery picked up .tWo runs in the fourth on hits by Lenny Thrash, and Terry Hampton and a cacrifice fly by Sam Meeker. The Nursery won the game in the sixth on two un-earned runs. Hampton led off weith his second it of the game, Dennis Kelso followed with a bunt single, after a strike out, Tony Lewis' ground ball went through the infield for a two run error. Jim Manion and Lenny Thrash chipped in with two hits each. In the second game, Chemwest came from behind in the seventh inning to defeat Angeli Vineyard's Vintage 10 to 8. It was a back and forth game with Vintage leading 6 to 3 at the end of five innings, primarily on two homeruns by Mike Wlodarczyk. But, in the top of the sixth, Chemwest tied it up on a walk, a double by Joel Morgan, a triple by Rob Stratton and a double by Jim Bald. Vintage's Jim Wirt then led off their sixth with second homerun of the season to put intage back in the lead going into the seventh. Craig Potts led off with a double and then losing pitcher Morris Lovato, got a bad break as he struck out the next hitter, only to have him reach first when the catcher couldn't handle the pitch. Lovato retired the next two batters, but the tying run scored on the second out and then Gary Carlson singled in the go ahead run and Joel Morgan's fourth hit of the game, a two run homer, put the game out of reach. The game was played un'der protest from the sixth inning on, when a Vintage batter was called out for not reporting in to the score keeper The winning pitcher was Bob Vick and aiding the Vintage cause was Clint Kemp with a 3 for 4 night and three runs scored. The first game Thursday night was forfeited to Cloverdale Bowl when the Pomo Braves were un- able to put nine players on the field. The forefeit threw the league into a virtual four way tie for first. Cloverdale Auto Parts and Clover- dale Bowl each have four wins and one loss. Chemwest and the Pomo Braves are three and one, but have make up game to play. The second game had Lengner and Sons handing G&R Lumber their fifth straight loss 7 to 6. Lengner rocked losing pitcher Chris Hamner for three runs in the first inning on hits by Steve Vesper, Mark Viget, Tom Lombardi and Gary Borgna. It looked like Lengner was on the way to an easy win as they added a run in the third and two more in the fourth and Gary Borgna had only given up one hit to G & R. G & R woke up in the fifth and scored three runs and two errors and a couple of hits by John Cavallo and Evan Dresser. In the bottom of the fifth Lengner picked up what proved to be the winning run on two infield errors and a sacrifice fly by Ben Antolini. G & R almost pulled it out in the seventh after Robert Davis had struck out the first two hitters, G & R put together five consecutive singles to score three runs and had runners on the first and third before Davis could get the final out. Gary Borgna was the winning pitcher with relief from Davis. Frank Davis led Lengner with two hits and an RBI, Mark Wiget and Ben Antolini each had a double and RB|. Gtl Jojola drove in two runs for G & R. Little league news Senior League May 8 - Rotary Club Mets defeated the Louisiana-Pacific Dodgers 13 to 1. Winning pitcher - Lonnie Wise. Hitters for the Mets: Mark Monson lx2, Tom Coon lxl, Jeff Adams 2x4 (Triple), Tracy Subberfie;d lx4" (Double), David Wilson lx3. ,Second game of the day, the Peilegrini Chevron Cubs 13, the Lions Club A's 12. Matt Lemley was the winning pitcher. Hits for the Cubs: Paul Garloff lx4, Matt Lemtey 2x4, Vern Simpson 3x4 (Triple), Steve Moore lx3, Matt Wicker lx4, Doug Lingner lxl. Ma.y 10 the Cubs beat the Dodgers 10 to 9 in extra innings. Winning pitcher was Steve Moore, Hits for the Cubs: Vern Simpson lx3 (Triple). Matt Wicker lx4. The May 12 game ended with the Mets defeating the A's 22 to 10. David Wilson picking up the win. Hits for the Mets: Tom Coon lx3, Charlie Delfino lx4, Lonnie Wise lx2, Jay Lowe lxl, Jeff Smith 2x5 (Home Run), Tracy Stubberfield " 3x5, Jeff Adams 3x4 (Triple & Double). John Niaman 2x5 (Double). May 15 the Dodgers 10 and the A's 5. Winning pitcher Shad Uselton. Dodgers hits: Tim Edens lx3, Matt Cole 2x4, Todd Rowland lx2, Leo Delgado lx2 The second game on the 15th the Mets defeated the Cubs 13 to 4. Lonnie Wise the winning pitcher Hits for the Mets: Tom Coon 2x4, Lonnie Wise lx3, John Niaman lx4, Tracy Stubberfield 2x3, Mark Monson lxl. May 17 the Cubs 10and the A'sk 7. Winning pitcher, Matt Lemley. Hits for the Cubs: Paul Garloff Ix5, Matt Lemley lx3, Matt Wicker lx4. On the 19th the Dodgers defeated the Mets 8 to 4. Shad Uselton was credited with the win. Hits for the Dodgers: Shad Uselton lx2, Todd Rowland lx3 (Double) Gary Bate 2x4 (Double), Brandon Doble 2x3. May 22nd the Dodgers beat the Cubs 4 to 0. Todd Rowland the winning pitcher. Hits for the Dodgers: Steve Wineland lx3. May 24th, Louisiana-Pacific Dodgers 11 the Lions Club A's 3 Winning pitcher Shad Uselton. Dodgers Hits: Shad Uselton lx3 (Triple), Todd Rowland lx3 (Triple) Matt Cole lx4, Bill Caldwell 3x3, Tim Edens '2x4 (Double). On May 26 the Rotary Club Mets defeated the Pellegrini Chevron Cubs 8 to 7. Lonnie Wise the winning pitcher. Hits for the Mets: John Niaman lxl, Tracy Stubberfield lx4, Lonnie Wise lx4, Jeff Smith lx3 (Triple). Charlie Delfino lx3, Jeff Adams lx4. June 5 the Cubs defeated the A's 8 to 5. Steve Moore was the winning ,00d%00VAY pitcher Hits for the Cubs: Doug Garloff 3x3, Matt Lemley lx2, James Chappell lx2. The second game on the 5th the Dodgers beat the Mets by a score of 7 to 4. Todd Rowland picking up the win. Dodger Hits: Shad Uselton lx4, Todd Rowland - 2x3, Steve Wineland lx4, Dave McCarty lx3, Leo Delgado 2x3, Bill Caldwell lx3. Monday, June 7 the Mets IS and the A's 8. Winning pitcher Charlie Delfino. Hits for the Mets: Tom Coon 2x5. Jay Lowe 3x4, Charlie Delfino Ix5 (Triple), Tracy Stubberfield 2x4. Lonnie Wise 2x4 (Double). June 9, the Cubs defeated the Dodgers by a score of 8 to 6. Matt Women's In the first game Universal Painting defeated Tenax 7 to 4. Winning Pitcher was Brenda Odiorne. Kelly Mills was 2 for 3 and Debbi Davis was 2 for 4 for Tenax. Jane Carlton had a perfect night at bat going 4 for 4 for the winners. Century 21 defeated Jr. Samples 11 to 6. Jo Dinning and Bev Wasson each had 3 hits for the winners. Hitting for Jr. Samples was Sondra Wirt going 4 for 4 at the plate. Faye Bill was the winning pitcher In the last game of the night Lemley was credited v Cubs Hits: Paul Lemley 2x5, Vern Minor League June lst: Dilley defeated the Pirates 15 to 9. Joey Simili lxl Grossman 1x2. June 3rd: Cloverdale ment Yankees over Lumber Company Yankee hitters Brian Johnson 2x3, June 5th: RedwOOd Pirates beat the Yankees seven to four. Courtesy Automotive 21 to 5. picked up the win hitting of Sharon 6 at the plate. went 4 for 4 for tive. Games continue June 20th with John' Playing Century Painters vs. and Tenax playing League Painting 2-1, Courtesy Samples 1-2, 0-3. Joe Di Maggio league On Sunday, June 13, Clover- dale's Joe Di Maggie swept a 'doubleheader from Rancho Cotati. In the first game, Cloverdale came up with two runs in the bottom of the seventh to defeat Rancho Cotati 2-1. Zach Vail and Kevin Weer held Rancho Cotati to four hits and Weer picked up the win. Markos Woody led the Cioverdale hitters with two hits in three tries. Jim Vice, Tim Persons, and Jeff Law- son also collected singles for Cloverdale. In the second game, Cloverdale held off a late rally and defeated Rancho Cotati 9-8. Cloverdale hammered Rancho Cotati pitching for 11 hits. Clover- dale was led at the plate by Jim Vice, Doug L emley, and Rich Rowland who each collected two hits, Lemley's included a long double off the left center field fence.Jerry Beebe had a double for Cloverdale, Dale Wilson, Tim Per- sons, Kevin Weer, and Glenn Johnson also singled. Dan Wirt picked up the win, striking out three and giving up six hits in five innings. Next Sunday, June 20, Clover- dale travels to Healdsburg to play in a double header beginning at 12:30 Golf No00tes By Cecil .Smith The Appreciation Day Tourna- ment had a large tournout with eighty four players going after the first prize, which was a round of golf with a power cart for two, plus dinner at the Silverado Country Club at Napa. Theresa Boucher was winner for the ladies and Jim Book took honors for the men. Each shot net fifty nine. Our "couples doubles" played last Tuesday evening had fifty four golfers burning up the course to' the tune of low gross, forty one going to Beulah McCaffery-Ken Venable. Low net, Fritz Kennedy- Phil Rce 29. High gross, the fun score, went to "Papa" Rege-Bea Sloan and we won't report their score because it is all for fun anyway. Ann Kately-John Kately tied Rena Phillips-Bill Wade at 30s/. Doreen Venable-Art McCaf- fe W , 31. Helen Kennedy-Sam Nor- gard, Klssie Bellil, Mary smith-Ce- cil Snith all ties at 31%. Mury Halverson-Charlie Mudd, Edith Turpin-Zlp Barbieri ties 31t/. Jac- quie McCulllough-Buxx Passartno, 34.Norma Passartno-Bob McCul- lough 34V=. Melba Rice-Jim Clark, 35. Alyce Bldwell-Cliff Petersen. 35V,. Naomi Petersen-Duke Bid- well, 36. Anita Mulgrew-John Pe- terson, Ollie Bandlera-Bill Cooper tied 36s/4. June Jones-Stacy Belll, 39. Committee for the next torrid tourney to be played on June 22 will be grace and Charles Mudd, Maebelle and Bill Cooper. Adamae and Gane Rege, Ollie and Ralo Bandiera. Fritz Kennedy and Jim Clark. Now that we have all those scores posted and promptly for- gotten, we shall get to things of more importance which I like to label as short shots from the rough. I am real happy to report that Hidden Valley Lake. Golf and L;ountry Club has )us s|inea as their Pro, none other than my goocl friend sometimes partner in Pro- Ares, Bob Whitham. Bob has had a world of experience and for some- time was one of the Pros at our local Club at Healdsburg. Lately, he has been associated with Moun- tain Shadow down at Rohnert Park. We are real happy to see Bob at this excellent golf layout since he has great talent and is a great teacher, besides being an affable young gnetleman. We wish him all the luck in the world in this new venture and may his tenure last as long as he wishes! Other short shots that come to mind are the plans for our local course. They are not in the process of plugging and sanding the greens and according to those in charge, the City is doing away with more hay along the fairways. Also more grass is to be planted on the many bare spots and more sprinkling systems to be added. Now if we could just get a little work done on the cart paths, it would be a great help. This short shot is not a happy one and concerns that wild Irish- man, Art Rosen. It is reported at "couples doubles" that he had taken suddenly ill that day and had been removed to the hospital. We hope it is not serious and wish him well. 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