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PORTS THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, JUNE 13, 1985, PAGE THIRTEEN ion surprises Hammond By DUANE E. HARRIS Sports Editor guys don't give up. They play that's why we're in second commented American Legion Jackie Kupper in reference team's performance Sunday. 9 when the Legion team came in the game to win 12-4. Kupper backed his statement that the Ponchatoula Legion Was )icked to hold seventh place. pleasant surprise, the holds second place with a 4-I St. Paul, which remains Was a surprise upset for remarked Coach Kupper. had four college players on two collegiate pitchers, and fell behind 4-I in the third frame. Jeremy Robinson pitched the initial three frames before Coach Kupper ordered Scott Kupper to the mound. From then on. Hammond couldn't stop the inevitable. The Legion players visioned sights of victory over the powerful Hammond team. But when Scott hit the mound the entire game changed. Almost every player took to the baseline on successful raps. While at the mound. Scott struck out eight batters and allowed only one scratch siflgle, He never walked one batter. In fact, Scott may very well be on of the area's hottest collegiate all-stars to come, if he persists. Anyway. Hammond was unable to stop Ponchatoula Ordinarily the story is just the opposite. "We're determined to lead them all." said Kevin Wells who proudly spoke on behalf of his team. Without a doubt, the Leqion players made an overwhelming effort worth much admiration. In just three innings, Ponchatoula ran in 11 runs at the plate and held Hammond to only a single in the same span. "Hammond didn't know what hit them. l'd like to see how they write that game up." commented Coach Kupper. Gene Lipscomb, Timmy Disher, Kevin Wells and Mike Hutches touched off the fourth innlng which gave them the lead for the first time 5-4. For the fifth frame, Gene, Kevin and Mike returned scoring a run each, joined by Asa Faulkner and deremy Robinson. who also added a run each making the score 10-4. Steve Hebert made his dramatic debut in the final frame, scoring his first run of the game. He was followed by Timmy Disher, adding his second run to the scorebooks. mgg|mggggiUggigieagiinanmggmggigiggngaigiaim I Jaycees shatter KFC record By DUANE E. HARRIS Sports Editor During Friday night's dispute between first place KFC and third place Jaycee team. season firsts were set in the Dixie Youth league: KFC suffered their first loss in their 12 season games and the Jaycees became the first team to defeat them this season. Called off due to intense lightning produced by an unsportsmanlike thunderstorm, the game was called during the fourth frame when the Jaycees led KFC 4-2. The fans fumed in anger and the coaches threatened protest against the game officials. KFC took the lead early but it was soon taken away on a John Foggleman double for the Jaycees. The two teams were evenly matched but consecutive strike outs put KFC in a tight position. 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Todd led the team in runs with three, in hits with three and finished as Wolfe's winning pitcher. Others leading the pack were Chris Daniels, Scott Kemp and Bradley Michelli with two runs each as Daniel Hoover, Scott Lemoine, Wesley Younger, Bubba Edwards and Kevin Crowe each added one. In hits, Todd LeBourgeois led with three, Chase Temple, Scott Lemoine and Chris Ourso rapped out two each as Daniel Hoover, Wesley Younger, Bubba Edwards and Kevin Crowe attri- buted one each. Daniel Hoover scored the game's only home run as Todd, Scott, Bubba and Chris listed the game doubles. "It's up to the pitcher. Really the pitcher can control what happens," remarked CNB pitcher Chucky Martin who pitched the final two innings. In response, CNB held a smooth percentage at the mound striking out I I batters, walking seven and allowed 13 hits through the combined efforts of Chucky, Jay Robertson and Mike Puma. Jay and Scott Price led CNB in scoring with two runs as Glen Bridges, Chad Roberts and Mike Puma added one each to the books. Chucky Martin led the team in hits with three; Scott Price, Jay Robertson and Aaron Sharp rapped out two each as Glen Bridges added one single. Aaron Sharp also achieved as the team's only batter to crack out a double, led in RBrs and sacrificed the only play ,La 294-2864 for CNB. Good going Aaron, Overall, CNB brought in seven runs taken on 19 hits in which one was a double, eight strike outs, nine walked hatt rs, a sacrifice and four team RBrs. =,,ae before that. Really, under tre circumstances, when an umpire calls the game for climatic conditions, there should be no argument," explained "'Mrs. Baseball." Margie Lessard who dealt with the unsportsmanlike conduct exhibited following the game in her own honored way. Be that as it may, both teams played an excellent game. It was "'far from boring" as pointed out by youth baseball umpire Asa Faulkner. For the Jaycees, Brad Berner finished as the winning pitcher. Brad also pitched the entire four frames where he struck out a whopping eight batters and walked only four. In addition. KFC was held down to only three hits. Scoring superior for the Jaycees were Jason Wagner. Mike Ribera. Brad Berner and David Probst as each attributed one run each. John Foggleman was the only player in the game to rap out a double, Mike addition, Jason, Bobby Wolfe and john Foggleman were the only Jaycee players to list hits in that game. It was "a fate worse than death" for KFC. Losing your first game in twelve to conditions like those could be quite a heartbreaker. Chris Flannagan and Lenny Miller were the only KFC batters to score as Jim Woods and Lenny were the only players to list a hit. Chris, Bobby Lee, Corey Rogiun and Gene Ferrant were each walked once for KFC as prime pitcher Stephen Perrin sacrificed the only game play. Stephen and Jim Woods listed the team's RBrs as Chris Flannagan, Lenny Miller, Shane McMorris, Bobby Lee, Robert Foster and Shane Blodgett each listed strike outs. KFC finished scoring two runs taken on three hits, four walked batters, a sacrifice, eight strike outs and two team RBrs. Ribera and Brad Berner stole the bases The winners were credited with for the Jaycees and Brad joined scoring four runs on three hits in which Johnathan Picou as the team's only one wasa double, two stolen bases, two walked baiters, walked batters, three strike outs and John Foq.eman led the team in four teamRBl's. RBI's with two as Jason Wagner and Mike Ribera each added one. In • Citizens sluggers 00!00upgraderecord , Citizens sluggers climbed further up i[ii l last place Pan Foods was defeated 16-6. "I can outhit them," said Citizen player Stephanie Wald in reference to her team. Stephanie didn't lead the team in hits but she led in walks, racking up three. Citizens Coach Ralph Landry sent two pitchers to the mound during their victorious match. Jarrid Ryan pitched six strike outs at the mound for three frames while Charlie Landry opened up the remaining three with three strike outs. Jarrid walked four and Charlie added six to the walked batter list. .... ! Surprisingly enough, five Citizens ''' ......  w players led in scoring and all but two scored. Leading were Bryan Wolfe, Brandon Wagner, Jayme Berthelot, B.J. Schilling and Ethan Mclntire with two runs each. Attributing the remaining six were Jarred Ryan, Kelly Perrin, Charlie Landry, David Burdett, Brandon Robertson and Curtis Kennedy. Stephanie Wald and David Burdett listed over six batters put oul at third during their private clash against Siidell Tuesday, June 11. (Times Photo by Duane E. Harris) led the way in walks with three each as Bryan Wolfe, Brandon Wagner, Jarred Ryan, Kelly Perrin, B.J. 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