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m m m I ( I ill " ,[hre - i sWq OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ; -'t b, m, . . m,Play in the eam Jefferson JUNE 6, 1968 SECTION---B ,asmm rc [] ml m] m County Pony League got under- ~ 1 way Sunday evening at the Pony "2 ~ UAi m i League diamond at the Legion )MI * ' m [, a field with the Pirates and Sen- -- s P o R T s s E c T I O m ,mIJi LI P(,ators meeting in the opening bat- DON RENTCH SPORTS EDITOR ,m m -- m ou on t p y an 11-6 seer . o~ptrrE LOCAL ^NO SECT,ONAL COV~.A~E AMERICAN LEAGUE ,m . =,r r m In the second round of,action ~ ~ STANDING ,v T~AM~ I m im Mi mi m m m Tuesaay evening the orioms eu- ~~. -." ".-~.-:-:-~. i / ~,ed the Reds by a 3-2 scor- ~!:~!~[.~2::[~!~!~.:.:.~i~:ii::~i~!~i~!@~i~i.~:i!~i~!i!.{i:!}.:~J;~!~%:i.:~!~i~.`.~!" Car, s 2 0 I The Shepherdstown High Card-I m~o~o~olo~mM,~ this evening (Thursday) at 6 p. ~)!":~"~-~:".:=.'~:} ::!.:):.)i':::i:~.-.::::~:?'i:.~i-::.;'~bSj;~,~}. Astros l 0 [inals who had rolled to a 7-3 re-[ COUNTY SOFTBALL LEAGUE times at bat, and Chrisman a m when the Reds and Pirates ~ ~.: ;:-!~;:: v ".~'i ';.!:?:::/.:/.:(.;::-:'.'::.~':':::::~':.ih "" :,~,~ ~, ,~ " ~~!~.~ Twins 0 1 [ cord and the Sectzon 4 champmn i mVnT ~|~R~ STANDING OF TEAMS t.omer and single and .Tones had tangle. Then on Sunday, June 9 ~~ Mets 0 " 2 . ship by defeating the Charles lvmwvl I~l~l~ll~ll 'ream W L. two singles, the Senators and Orioles will - --O--- I Town High batsmen, came to the [ Kast,e's 6" 1 Chrisman and Mike Waiters meet ':: '~!':.~i RESULTS OF GAMES PLAYED end of the tou.rnameat trail Satur- ~ ~ a ~ hmited the Halltown team to League action will take /)lace ~~!i Astros 24 Mets2 " day afternoon on the BerkeleYl - Wi'l'~: ~ ~ seven hi.ts, with Waiters who re- each 'l~uesday, Thursday and'Sun ~t" ~" ~dl'~J~~/~~ ~~i! e.~a~ ~u m * I Springs High d*iamond when they [ ~/~,n.~, a u tiered the victory, getting credit day eveninus from now until Auz- )~ ~ ~~#"1~ ~ ~ Cnrds 10 Motu 2 I were stopped by the Martlnsburo I I ~]~'~1 I .~m. u a for the victory. Frye went the ust 11. ".~h~ -.-- .~ ~/V~-!~: ~ )H~gh bats,a.en by a 3-0 score inI ~[~1~'~ uro~,~-.a ~ a distance for the Halltown team In the opening game Sundav ~[l[~W~ ,~.~o ~,~" t the semi-finals of Region 4 play.I ~ ~ .~]~,1 ~=.~,=~,~.u ~ ~ and gave up nine hits the Pirates scored four times i~l ~ .-1-. ~.~1~9[~ ~(!) ~, o rv*~ -nr~ .~,~ [The victory moved MartinsburgI ~ ~. ~S"o~~ ~ ~ In the second game Herbie the first frame on a walk an er- ~~ June 6 - Cards vs Astros [ ,into the regional finals against [ ~~ ""a #~ " ~ Furr of Julians and Don I anham ror and two home runs, the first ~~~] June 7:. Twlns vs eMts [ Keyser H!gh. on the Shepherds-[ -~k ~l~ ~r~',T'?~ar 9 of Ka%lle~s engaged in a pitche.r~s by B Moler and the second by ~ ~~ june ~u - .~xs~ros vs t;arustown High ~ield Monaay after- I ' ~ ,Im~ l uuel, eacn giving UD (m,y six hits M Cra.i, with tw#, m nl,~.~a-d June 11 - Mets vs Twins [ noon. [ $ ~t ~ ~~-~ Dehnonleo's 5 Feagans 2 and each getting four strikeouts. They added four more runs in the ~':::'~.:::::b~)v-:~:".:(:.;:.::.~.:m:.:::fi~:':.:"-:.':?:::,::.v: -, . ~ ~,~ ~~ -- O -- Mzke Cox, who was on the i iBl~lll,~'x~ ~ Kastle s 11 Jayeees 4 But Ka~tle s managed to push second on a walk and three hits " """''"':""-"-'-' " er ' . " Aft having the formal open/ mound for Martmsburg and Vm-I - . ~' - we~ End6 H~ltown 5 o~ er single runs in the lrst and Then after adding another run in /ItFI~.TT ~'t~ h eoldnm evm- /',-c~,~t~ hi, ing raineo out the afternoon of, tor Holmes, ace of the Cardinal i # !~ i /] Junans a wimt s 3 third f "ames wnim Iulians seer-, the th)r " d t~- take a" 9-~a ],~,~ ~ha )Wn' . a .^~ ;.m. ~ +. tot. ~. .vv May 30,action in the Jefferson mound staff were locked ~n a real l,~ ~ ~L~ GAMES FOR JUNE 9 ed only on:e ~n the t)urth ,Tones ~ Senators broke into the scorinz ,ks;"Wi~ umuo~+~t~' m~l '~==~l:~::"~ ~r~"~ l:~=~;:~.~- County Little.Baseball League got lpitchers ,duel un~, the seventhI'~: ~'~/.~ ~ Kastle's vs Delmonico and Jay- had two of the s~, Kastle hits, I column with four runs on five ~ ; ~,f ~ ~ --; --~' ~-'t~. underway l, rmay. ~v~ay 31, at 6 p. [ frame wnen ~wo ~nepnerdstown I . "~5~ ~i eees vs Wllt's at Hallto~ field and t'olen ann ~. t;nrisman eacn [ walks and a base hit by J Lan- va who spen~ many years nere ano maoe ms m. when the )kstros and Met~ [ errors, followed by two base hits, [ ~ ~:'~"~ ,H We~* ~,a a ~ had doubles. Mike Waiters made I caster ' at the old Thomas Jefferson IIotel tangled on the Aemrican League one by Ron Byers and another[ ~~~.- " :ah~s"vs "Italitown'~ai" 17ar'k I}la" a fine catch for Kastle's to help The'Pirates made it 11-4 in the :was serving as West Virginia's Racing Steward. diamond in Ranson and as far [ by Bob Sprinkle, opened the gates [ ~/~~" ~ a "" " " save the victory for them ] sixth and the Senators came back ,ends us his check for $11.00 to take care of twoas the Mets were concerned they I and let the Bulldogs move in for,lll~ .~~'. -- O -- ' Sunday, June 2 Donnie Lanham ~ with two in the 8th, Craig was tickets and asks us to give them to a couple of would have been better off had ] victory. I "milllI~l " As a result of the rains of Sun pitched the Kastle team to an t the w, inning pitcher for the Pit- h nnf ~ ~enr,q fn hnv +horn ~:}~]i~'~ n o-mr +h~ it rained also Friday because they I This game was undoubtedly one I . m ~o, a~o~-, ~o ~,~.- ~,~ ~o *offer 11-4 victory over the Jaycees, ates whDc J Lancaste took the llnur o.n ~ ,h,~ -f~de 4,~ ~,m,~n, ,h~f suffered a 24-2 trouncing at the] of the best pitching exhlb~tmns [ AI' ~ ~, u.f~hM! ~ . hmi~ing them to lust five hits [ loss eor the genatorS IS 'hamo t~wn' wh~n~vm" h~ hn.q th~ ~nr~rtun- hands of the Astros. [ of the season and Cox gave up [ ~1 U ll- /%.it unusually heavv Sunday, Mav 26 two each by Steeley and Doyle ] In the 'battle Tuesday evening ""~ While the Astros did recewe only three hits, ~wo of them to o. py lluuuw ~uu ~ " " a ] ' i and Juno 2 with every ~eam nlav- nd one by Hines. ] between the Orioles and Reds, great p~tehlng from J Breeden John Skinner and the other to i . " . [ [ A ! ~ h.~ ~l k ins at least two games and some Dave Jones again led the hitt- the Orioles won the game m the ', o~ "~, ~"". and a five ll-hit attack on the [ Vaughn Russell, .whfl.e Holmes [ ~u ~,u~u 3 ~,~u~ three And as a result of the act- ing for Kasfle's with two singles ] 7th frame with an unearned run. ' o*or wroso ells oItne t'rles olzer -' was ivin up onl live hits to ",~ " . . . g Y g. part of six of the rune players, it [ . .g ,?. g ~,Y . - [ By John Elwood ion, the standings as of this date Kastle s scored four run,s ,in the t Three walks and an mfmld grou- !, agams ms caDDy s advice and mr a a ~ron. was actually errors and the 21 / me mar~lrrsvurg oarsmen, ~wo to/- show the Kastle team leading the first frame to take a 4-1 lead and I noer proouced the winning score. s~t~ a full swing and pray the wind ceases," saidv " " walks which the Met pateher gave ]Byers and tw t SW~nkle'hat la 1 lronlcauy' 1 " was a Dad throw ]-(- - -(- - the seven teams m the circuit the sta ed m fr nt all the war y y y.], The Orioles scored a run i. n he saw his shot fall in a trap. q guess,he up t! . p yed the key re e m ~, u.i",~:o +~,~ ~+o~ ~ ~ Last week was a rather hetic with three, more victories to run Detmonico s also chalked up, ~he firs~ frame on a doable by " ood Lord didn't hear me." "Coum De, cracked me ~eclswe win oy me Astros.I 0~ "'?Z~"'~ :'Y,~:~)' .~;'~/and exciting one as we held our their numaer or wins to six as three victoris in the hast week, ] uracciam and a single by D. r r,sevenm zrame wmcn startea me . - . - ~ ~ ~, 2' but m my church, when we pray we keep Breeden hurled four h~tless and/~ro,~,sh victo,~, ,'all- H meslflrst Member-Member Event and against only one defeat, defeating the Jaycees by an 8-5 Smallwooo ,nd from t .en townI scoreless innings for the Astros / h-a six and h.a oave- u- I at ran pretty true to form as .the The Kastle team chalked up a score on Wednesday, May 22 m a I the.p h ,iame ood and before B. Hayes collected the first / oni" "~'h-r~" hits whe"~" ~i~i "'ba~ I first round leaders 'held on to pair of victories in a doublehead- game which was rained out May u. ~wius engage(t in a ~itcher'$ . y ~ ee n t s . due ~RWf~ftD +he ~ ~ ~h~rles Town Le ion hit and later scored the first ] h t ~,a .i+ ~,~ h~ i, [ thmr leads for the most part. er attraction at the Halltown d.la- 19; then coming back on Sunday ! 1. r ~ : ; ~ .~ T ~r. ~^ ~ ;.~ Met run. In this frame the Mets ) to,~, I After the firing had ceased the mend, edging Julmns m a close May 26 for a 10-3 vaetory over the I hen m the s~xth the Orlot~ ~ ~gm. ~.~g,~ .~.~ xLu. a~, ,a; ~$~,# *,also picked up another ,run on a [,^'~l't~. ~.~ ~ t-~ ~ I eventual winners were the team 2-1 decision in a make-up game West End Gulf Team. Their third 1 scorea another run without ev~ eague ann rest r rmay mgnt nurma tnree walk, fielder's choice and stolen l ~^~,~-o~ss[ ~"~ " :~.~ ~"~.~ .~^~.~lof Dr Earl Allara and Marshall which was to have been played victory came Sunday June 2, getting a hit. But the Reds came ass. The old red-head just keeps rollin on and base / ---~ +*:Y: ~'~ ~au~tm ~::'~:~ll i Brown who came in with a round May 19 and then coming back .in when they downed Feagans by a right back to make it 2-2 by push J. Richard led the Astros in ~ a,n~UM~'ke"~ot~Zthe t~o oD~o~n~ I f 66 which was 1 stroke better the second game to eke out an 5-2 score, ling over tworuns an three hits, . - scoring with two doubles and a ) catcher- cut short the br'~ef~ off - [ than their previous round of 67. 11-10 victory over the Halltown T. Hardy pitched the Delmonico,all of tnem aoumes. DOAH DOWNS keeps rolling along as the single while Dunn C Anderson ( ~ ;ve s~.arks "lTheir two rounds were 133 or ]1 batsmen, team to wictory on l~ay 22, hurl- G. Mills limited the Orio)es to track no matter what .the competition is. and J. Breeden each had two I strokes under par, as they teamed In this latter ~ame a nrotest lng f, lve shutout frames before rest. two .~ and he fanned 16, ended its 10-day venture into afternoon rac-hits for the Astros. ! I up beautifully to beat M. Black wa~ lodged after ~t disputed play ~he Jaycees pushed over two runs wmm ~mallwood fanned 15 of rec~r,q h~n,qlo ~ - 1 0-~1 47~ ]t was the lar~The Astros moved into a 1-0 ) ~aros score me r secqn c .n- i ford and C. Clendening by 2 shots and a decision will have to b~ in the sixth frame and three [ the Reds batsmen and gave up "~ ~- firs ' 1 secutlve wcTory, Downing me . ~ more in the seventh But their ~ive nits )11 ~+o.~ z~ ~9o~ ---~ ~.- m^ Z~l~ A3q~ t permd cad added four ( In 3rd place was Cal Shoemaker made late was to wh tner Hall- . : I " 1 ~- n ~m,~ ~, n.~ ra.~ ~Q~ + +~,o I more ~ln the second and then e}s ?~.z. [and John Duffy who ;nosed ou* town's complaint will be ruled rauy ten snort ot victory. ] more runs ~n the third and ~hree ~ .~ ~. ~.~ Z~.~ h,~,o ~ ~.~ Jim Brand in a sudden death play In this game Halltown jumned run m the fo,Jrth, added two more [ Sunday, June 2 l~ichard broke . m th fourth. They real big inn-l.~c~.~ ~ .~ v.a ;off on the 2nd extra hole when into a bi~ 7-1 first ~eriod lead g /up a 2-2 ball game between Del- busy at their ypewrkers a~ nenan- . in, however was the 8th when -- ".~ - - ~-Y . " J. Duffy who missed a short one and the- added two more runs ~,n run inning in me s~xm. monieD and Feagans, with a long S early this week two of our favorite racing-they score eight runs on just two . "~ine t;a. ras scovea mree u mes :on the 19th hole made up for it the second to all l~ut sew u" tlae On Monday, May 24, Delmonico I home run in the bottom of the 'alter Haight of The Post and Joe Kelly of The ~ hits. ! m ~nef~rst ~rame on+~nree~. ! by firing a beautiful shot to the battle But ~hey didn't clo~ the ~orea a 10-3 victory over the ninth with two men aboard This On urda J n a u~au,~ uy ,~-,~, ~,~,=~,west EnD t~ulr softballers, with was e x in (TURN TO PAGE 2-B) I ! ;at] y u e I, the tbv Dorsev and' W Taylor i green and 2 putting to give his door tight enough, and Kastle s ', th . dec'd!,g blow in the -lwlnsanct ~;aras WhO were to ~ ~ . " -- " " ~ " : team 3rd place money, came on stron, enough in thex azuy .~m .~tu,~ me we- extra finning Dattle anti it was his ',have met on Thursday afternoon t a~ue~;,x urm fe^~n.~ne sa~ n +~n i In the battle for the last pay- home stretch to go ahead in .the tory. aria ~ray ~al~ing the lossfor second hit of the game, and only ] . ~wu to a,m =. wu u up west ~nQ ' " n the formal opening of league . " " D " 'the fifth one whrch B Gray gave I "la-" ~'^~--" the rQns ]game's scoring with three more off position was the teams of . 6th rrame. The Kastle team push- "~-lm e L' 1,-' y o=~o.~ a' ~a'me p~ayeu ~- o ; +~.^ ~,~ +~ Nnlznd znd .T Hines a~ainst Sam ad ~xro~ ft.r,~ ~n,n~ (~ th~ tn.~th .U~" UIII~O IIICIV~II lilt(} a l-u up 111 tll /llil~ llllLlllg~. - I a make-up game and the Cards ] "~"~ rm X ~iq~,~ "~'~,~ -~ ~r~tl~ ":'-~- ~'e ~':.^''~'- ~^"i'~'~"-~ ,'~.~- ~ ,"~.~.'"'~'~ first frame lead, added three Feagans moved into a 2-0 lead rolled to a 23-1 victory over the I "'- on more in the thwd. In the fourth in the first frame on three walks TW" u*u DIU prO canoe In, u,e mree more an me slxm . . ins. e " frame West End moved back into by Hardy and a base hrt But Four from Jeffe~0n of Sam Gilman whose par on thLED HITTING ATTACK am en I e e J. McDonald hurled four.hit l~ ~+.o ~]~ ~ *h,~ ,m-~nat-, the g e withtwo runs, but then t h lardy s ttl d down and ~1 I : ~ ball at the Twins and except for~ " " " ~ ~ =--= ~-:-a" Meredtth Polen, Dave Jones and Delmomco scored a total of six 'held the Feagans batsmen ~ore- llg /;~l~ ~O1~ W1/1'11111~ ~.:UIIIUIII b" " t . I] ] .v~ ~VV1 0[ @ r 2. ] ii i i' ] i a double by D Alger and two in~0mV Awar0e umees ,o. L~ n--ola ,a T.~. Browny ChrLsman led the Kastle runs m the last two frames to get less the rest of the way The Del- - -- -- - ~ field grounders which permitted I hitting attack, Polen collecting a [the victory. S. Itough had a home monlco team pushed over single h~ tn mese contests ,it seems ma~ ~ ~ .'m to score, would have had a . : home run and triple in three [ run for West End in the sLxth to TURN TO PAGE 2-B U I 1 @ ] [ =J v,v4 I l 1 shutout Four Jefferson County boysa com mauon oz a mw nana cap ~~ - --- - ] At the same time the Cards lwere among those awarded de-per ana a n}gn one seems .~o oe m I~ ~ ~ were belting three twins pitchers ) grees during the 9~h annual corn ~ne .~s.tem tnatis prov~ngsucce~ [ .- ,--. I ~.1 i,L'~ ~ [ @ ! i It, ~ ~ for a total of eight 'hits mencement exercises held May ~m. z wu ,u~p o,~=,lu,c~p .meal ~e : II n)HH~ r' nn n [ n I IAII ~ n H i~11 ~ { o I[fl I I[ ![ ~ ! = - - - - - I I Although the Cards managed112 at the University in Morgan- too ot~en out m.e'nom at tne~m Iilillllll immmmmllllll~l mmllmllliui i~kuj~t~~- -a i ~I~ [ ~~~~~ll~l to collect only eight" bats off 0f town. parSame ~lme anatoo often hasl Slng aproven nero t [ idlsaast" L LI ru r LUJ muru ! three of the Twins pitchers ten They were James William Van rous I think in our next one a ' -- " - l walks, plus a wild pitch and sev- [ Evera, of Charles Town, and Dav- '. ~ I I ~=,W~.~Im~.~ I smarter sezec mn ot partners zs m I eral errors, made it possible for lid Stanley Derr and RObert Lem- t [ m m the easy Card victory. J. Jones len Keller, both of Shepherds- ne oneylng. - . II m ets try ana a more led the Cardinal hitting with a town, received B. A. degrees and e ? II m me l'tiIl a'll~l ~lOtlDl~, WllU~ d. 1J I1~11,1 y d ~ . ~ " ; m mm McDonald had t~o triples and B Shepherdstown, received a Master l atl 'S .to all of the money finish-II I I Hou=h - a hl. *.d e~.nc,lo "I of Arts a.=~.~ ers ana a,so my manKs tor ~ne I I i;~~ ~[~~" m m~ii~ ] The Cards moved out qui~'k to a I Speakers for the commence- also r aas wh%:eaa~ is~re ~re ma l m m g plans ~o LO t e Wl u m~i~ 17-0 first inning .lead and stayed ]merit ceremonies were Governo~ in ";" -^"~ soon ' "[ [ ~~ ~~~ | in front all the way ] Hulett C Smith and WVU Presi- ' ~.'a;'~2 "%"* " . . . I m ~ ~~ I I Monday evening, "June 3, the |dent James G. Harlow. ,x2nex ,lunffa Y.owe 2 11 ~~~, I ) no home and home match. II m Also on Saturday we have a match /," ,Creek Huds MartinsSu 0Its To between a veteran M. Blackford[I / [ ,o,:I-- and a youngster ,in M. Romaine[[,| ,0. : ght Wi w.o are battling in the finals for [ " " " refuse fO dr,veo Volkswogen be ouse P0urth 5frat n,Baked0n Ms0 the Handicap Championship of I I ly, we n'the[p"ou 1 the club. should be quite a I| I ,o0 " yOo "-rTO0 mateh and I would hesitate to ; refusetodr,veaVo!kswagenbecause Wins To 5ta seToLeague p,ick a winner at th, is time Comell ! ',Ore eight kids and it isn t big enough, you [,on out and root far your favorite.I, , s rn ath ers o r At ~J~ns time I would also hke y p y. [ TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE tt and limited them to just f u . . " . "j . ~ ~ i :i[ "~ ~.~ | Y0 zo congratumze me Hlgn bcnool ,U refuse to drive o Volkswagen because STANDING OF TEAMS [ hits as they dropped their first o'" "he~r fi - "or [ m | If,~,me in fmlr ~ g z~ ~am on t * ne pen - :fancy enough, thots for you to decide. I Team,L. [ mance In winning all of theirII ! Jt ' " 11~ ~UII~ 'I~IAMI~LIt OVt2:l- LWU ltlal~ . . If you refuse to drwe a Volkswaflen be- l Ma tlnsburg 4 0 fin the fir~ frame, and ~n mora matches wRh relative ease. i m J ] -- "' ~ '9 SyO, a + +,~.~,~tic tr,~---; HO- [ Bakerton 4 1 [ in the fifth and that was enough Move over you Basketballers,[ m m i Sleepy Creek 3 1 [fo~- ictorv In +h~ . eond flame nd make ,room for another un-II m f- retuIly. Shepherdstown 3 2 I Sleepy Creek"raii?iexl--fer- a run defeated squad. Nice, work, fell-I| I i you can drwe o Volkswagen all over [ LeetoWn ~ 3 ] and then ,rid the samo thin~, in ows and also to you ~Gene . for [ mM II hn etumd infw affirm[in mw dme i~ chirt } t Without shiftin [Martinsburg 701 Club 1 3 (the sixth-" but this ~was "not all the time you put in with the[,##~.u~ .~mr~ ~ ~,w v~, ~,v~.w. v~ w. | ~" . < I Rid~ewav 1 3 ~. ' boys. Too bad Chey never got an Oll this new o TlOn Tne autOmatic STICK --O-- trots in oth parts of W, V r tries " r~l: ] [battle base hits by Ted Johnson Ro .~ ~= ~.= ~ff T -arab+ +n r. i l selection than this. Wide tack S p,tattersalls, window panes- even ! True volkswagen rasmon, a rug w n t SUNDAY S RESULTS,and Bob Madison produced the I n " '-'- --don -each light o. !,-o i. ~hort m tU }t~ r. . . I ~ mlnu me male memoersnm ott m ,=, . " ,uOTic stICK SnltT Will oellver up TO'ZO Mar~lnsaurg OltS ~leepy Creek run wnlcn DroKe up the overt,me - S 0 [ 2 I 'battle It was -'s^ Madison's~ the club that the .team match [ I sleeves and his favorite collar style. Ties to make the most of everyone, m ,a gouon ot gos, use very iime Oil, ana . a, u with Martinsburg is here at F ther' 0 '-,:, [Ridgeway 3 Martlnslmr.g 701 Club/double in the ninth whieh sent I "oll-w ,n ,h, ,', 11 as well. Stock Up For & . I I1,the Rakerton team off to the .=.'11 I i st because we ve made it eas to drive, Bakerton 6 Shepherdstown a three run rally whmh knotted the 11~ Y [ " [ " : ' . ]ported in your sheet of events[ I --THEY RE ALL PERMANENTLY PRESSED. m me ' re- O score ana sent the game mm . an we re about to make it any p t i + -': ~ ] ' " i that ~as mailed to you. Just an[,m k}l flnx~ "~,'G~,'~a r~r ~mt leone|at w~ [ The aamnsourg OltS, m~mly| overtime. ]oversi=ht,v Remember ' " ""' ""Y v -- Ion the strength of the l itching/ J, immy Minghini struck out 16,o. ,o oll I 'l ) i me people will shll retuse to orwe l arm of Paul Creek, chalked upland allowed only two hits aS|with Martinsbur II I,II I ~w lgens I their fourth consecutive victory| Ridgeway broke into .the win ] " n,~ ~.~11 I % :on't win them all I Sunday when they downed Sleepy[ column by downing the 701 Club I II . I I Creek by a 4-2 score And the| 3-1. II ~ i| ~p % J Irl Ii )victory kept them a half game~ D. Roberts was three-for4ourl ~. ~ II ill A~i ,-l']J ! ] ~:head of the on-charging Baker-| to pace Ri4gmvay which managed l - I i [ L r -I /i !B l h I dire- V-Ikswa-en Inc. ton ba=smen who also-chalked up| seven h its off Greg Basey, who [ I HIRED IT |I I I 1 ,| [I I gl It 1 I --v ~ 9 struck O 3 ~I A'II 3-- &VA their fourth vlctory Sunday by ed-| ut 1 / vuommuvuc ! II I,I, 11, 4 '1, k ! 031 Valley Avenue ging Shepherdstown by a 6-5 score| Jim Sn~i%h and Bob Davis [ m II . ii mIJq I 11 II mlBmmlr I WINCHESTER, VA. in an ,ll,inaaing battle. [hammered out three safeties a-I .fl WArn Aae I II I ~[L ~[ ~M M4|I S' ,111 i ~,~- In ~the Mar~insburg, Sleepy| piece to. spark a 19-hit attack as / ~~ I I I ' | Creek engagemen Creek struck-/Leetown drubbed Kearneysville,/ iI m out 11 of the Morgan county hit-| 14-5. 1 *V./ I II L I I /HI /I I"