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Legion crew hands By DUANE E. HARRIS Sports Editor "Timmy hadn't pitched in three years and he did a fine job pitching against Covington," commented Coach Jackie Kupper following the Ameican Legion's win over Covington Thursday, June 6. Although Ponchatoula was outnumbered and outsized, crying towel to Covington Ponchatoula moved on to defeat Covington in a spectacular 18-6 game. "The guys couldn't have done any better," remarked Coach Kupper. Chances are he was right. All nine Legion Players scored and over half of those nine scored twice or better. Ponchatoula had only two scoreless innings and that was when Covington placed their bets. But Ponchatoula You're nwtec/to a BACHELOR PARTY.. Doily Patton and Sylvester Staflone shne in RHINESTONE. Christopher Lambert swsngs tn GREYSTOKE: THE LEGEND OF T,4RZAN, LORD OF THE APES, Everyone L talking about TOP SECRET A Nattonal Cable Exclusive 1130 Roma Ave... Cable TV. Villa Roma Plaza Not just more H a m m o n d Your choice. 345-7801 already had four runs to boot. Gene Lipscomb opened the initial frame with the team's first run. Gene was the only player to score in the "war up" inning. Gene also scored in the second inning behind Timmy Disher who opened up the frame and Mike Hutches who followed the trend, immediately scoring a run. "We rested back." explained Steve Hebert. "We just let off a little in the third and fourth innings," added Steve. Ponchatoula played the odds, opening the door slightly for Covington. But no sooner had Ponchatoula opened it did they close it behind them for good. Pat Miller, Jeremy Robinson, Steve Hebert and Chris Miller totaled the runs THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, JUNE 13, 1985, PAGE for the Ponchatoula in the fifth inning. By the fifth inning's end Ponchatoula led 9-4. Covington put the pressure on but it only angered Ponchatoula into p'lang harder scoring five runs in the sitl, inning. Those superior scorers setting the standard were Asa Faulkner, Pat Miller, Scott Kupper, Jeremy Robinson and Steve Hebert. Asa scored his first, Pat added his second, Scott listed his first, Jeremy pulled home his second and Steve wrote up his second. Ponchatoula never slacked up. "When they play hard it's for the whole game," commented Coach Kupper who silently pulled for his team to score 12 runs in three innings. "Overall they did a fine job and showed some real talent over the larger team," finished Coach Kupper. You'll admit, no less than a fine display of talent was at hand; and they proved it by scoring 18 runs taken on only eight hits. 17 walked batters and only three " errors. Seventeen walked batters? What a way for a team to attempt to pitch a no hitter game! Walking on three occasions were Pat Miller and Jeremy Robinson. Scott Kupper, Steve Hebert, Timmy Disher, and Mike Hutches were walked twice each as Gene Lipscomb, Asa Faulkner and Chris Miller were held to one each. Jeremy Robinson and Pat Miller returned from last week's fateful game excelling as the team's leading scorers with three runs each followed by Gene Lipscomb. Asa Faulkner. Steve Hebert and Timmy Disher with two each Scott Kupper, Chris Miller and Hutches went the distance scoring run each. Asa Faulkner was credited as team's leader in hits with two as Lipscomb, Pat Miller. Scott Ku Jeremy Robinson, Steve Hebert Timmy Disher attributed one crack each, Ponchatoula had really scoring 18 runs on eight hits and errors in five frames. Yes. all of successful scoring, hitting and took place in five innings. Now that Coach Kupper has a team again, he may very well give packing peppers more often to c team into the championships to come. you don't think so, then take a look the mile wide grin on his face their next winning twi-night game. of Sp Hebert's roads of success FROM PAGE Land arts lands victory o, Third place Kiwanis plunked down their bets on the Land of Sports game held Friday, June 7 when they lost to last place Land of Sports 19-18 in an extremely challenging game. it seems that the past week hab been a real pace setter and these two teams proved it beyond a shadow of a doubt. The teams actually had players bat up to six times! As a result, Land of Sports pulled off the surprise win by scoring 19 runs on 18 hits in which there was three doubles, three stolen bases, nine strike outs and 17 team RBrs. Although Kiwanis totally vanquished them statistics wise, the runs just never made it to the board. Kiwanis proudly boasted scoring 18 runs taken on a whopping list of 28 hits in which there were se.ven doubles, six walked batters, four strike outs and 14 team RBrs. The game was so close, Chad Rousell tied it for Land of Sports, followed by Jeff Menzer who added his third run to the books that won the game for Land of Sports. Trey Landry, Brady Mathews, Chad Rousell and Jeff Menzer were the team's outstanding scorers with three runs each; following in second with two runs each were Jeff Yent and Devin Barringer as Andrew Perriloux, and Chris Reeves trailed with one each. In hits, Trey Lanc[ and Devi Barringer led with three each; Andrew Perriloux, Jeff Yent and Brady Mathews attributed two each as Tracy Canterbury, Mark Canterbury. Chad Rousel] and Jeff Menzer added one each. Brady Mathews and Devin Barringer handled the mound for Land of Sports where Brady and Devin combined striking out four, walking six and allowed a mere 28 hits. How about Kiwanis Club's Trey Harris? You know, the one man swat team? Trey proudly boasted four runs taken on five consecutive hits and also led the team in RBI's with three. Rusty Milton was not far behind. Rusty also brought home four runs but on two singles and two doubles. Other outstanding scorers for Kiwanis included Willie McCrory and Clay Thompson with three each as Scott Henderson, Philip Bougere, Paul Jackson and John Bazille each added one. Willie McCrory, Rusty Milton and Mike Hano each rapped out two doubles as Clay Thompson cracked off one. Naturally. Trey Harris led the team in hits with five: Scott Henderson, Rusty Milton and Mike Hano cracked off four each; Clay Thompson and John Bazille knocked out three eacl. Paul Jackson and Willie McCrory were credited with two hits each as Philip Bougere finished hilli Kiwanis end Land of s,fBs remain in their league positions. Clubs invited to join 4th events Any groups interested in participating in the 4th of July celebrations this year are urged to contact Ronnie Pert'in at 386-3016. Perrin heads the Ponchatoula Jaycee flagpole project, which will provide the II II I IIIII Bring DAD and The Family To Holiday Inn For A I III Father's Day Buffet Sunday, June 16 Salad Bar Select from an array of fresh salad greens, fruits , relishes, cheeses, breads and other accompaniments from our bountiful salad bar. Roast Tom Turkey with Cranberry Compote Roast Leg of Lamb with Mint Sauce Baked Ham with Glaze Sauce Choice Round of Beef Au Jus Southern" Fried Chicken Filet of Catfish Southern Cornbread Dressing & Giblet Gravy ireen Peas with Mushrooms-Candied Yams-Tiny Glazed Belgian Carrots Corn O'Brien-Potatoes Au Gratin Pumpkin Pie Fresh Fruit Ambrosia-Carrot Cake- lanana Pudding Iced Tea- Coffee $6 " 83" Children FREE Adults 4 to 11 Ch'iTcTr'en 11 am'to 3 pm and 5pro to 9:30 pm Under 4 Banquet Facilities Available Let us plan your next party. Call Elizabeth 345-0556 IIIII Highway 51 By Pass Hammond I I I I II I II I IIIII highpoint of Independence Day events when the nation's largest American Flag is hoisted in front of the Country Market. To celebrate, a day of children's games, races, ballgames and picnics is being, organize d by the local Jaycees. Av.) and the wardlise Rd. interchange off 1-55, Pistorius said. Construction should begin early next spring on Railroad Av. which will be widened to a 4 lane thoroughfare from W. Thomas St. to 1-12 with a turning lane along most of the route. The whole project may cost as much as $6 million, Pistorius said. Along with the new interchange Wardline Rd. and Columbus Dr. are to be widened to four lanes. This $2,400,000 project will extend from 1- 55 to the S.L.U. campus and will be completed early next year. Pistorius said. Tho tremendous amount of roadwork area or planned for the near future is the result of constant vigilance, Rep. Hebed said. "It's no secret that my friendship the governor is a great asset, but [ have to stay on top of things," ReP. Hebert said. "For example, when plans are being made I stay in close touch with D.O.T.D If a project is behind schedule l ask why." he said. "'We may very well be the most well" endowed district in the state, per-capita; for state road construction at this time, Hebert concluded. CARD OF THANKS I would like to use this means to commend our Ponchatoula Police Department. Withing the last six months ! have personally had two cases of Breaking and Entering with Theft involved. Both of these cases have now been solved and 95 percent of the stolen merchandise has been returned. This fast action and achievement was accomplished only by the persistant determination of the people involved in solving these cases- Both of the cases involved non-compensated overtime by the assigned officers. The solving of these cases clearly proves the efficiency and complex mechanical structure that our local dept. designed to handle cases of this nature. Special thanks to Chief Ernest Peltier and Patrolman Tommy Richardson assisted by Patrolman Elmel Schrr, idt and Melvin McGary. 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