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Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), June 20, 1979, p. 14

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Free Press Wednesday 1B79 Vans drop twoStation wins with Barnes homers Vans Welding dropped a pair of decisions In Acton Industrial Softball action this week slipping them back behind Family Cleaners in the overall standings Van lost a 10 heart breaker to Family in a Sunday night first place battle and were doubled by J and Sports In Wednesday night action In other games Family Cleaners nipped Halton Hills Electric Van outlasted Station Hotel 8 Station came from be hind to subdue J and T Sports ID and Hills Electric In one the most lightly contested contests of the industrial year a two out last inning double by Chuck scored Ai Avery who had singled o give Family Cleaners a 10 win and sole possession of top Each team left seven men stranded on base In the match with Vans holding the best scoring chance With men on se cond and third base in the seventh Inning and no body out a Chuck strikeout and two infield retired the side Station 11 J In other Sunday night action Station Hotel came back from a io6 seventh inning deficit scoring unanswered runs for the win Station took the contest lead In the third inning as a walk to Larry and singles by Terry Industrial ball Acton Industrial Softball League Team T A Family Cleaners 14 Vans Welding 12 JnndTSports Electric Construction Station Hotel Georgetown Industrie I Fastball League PL IV Acton 12 4 Publishing 13 Hornby 10 7 CS Plumbing 1 Peel Police 12 12 l CrichtonBros 1 CurwoodPkg 12 1 11 Scores of last week June 12Curwood Hornby 4 innings June 13Homby DRG Curwood Peel Police C and S Crlchton June 14 Acton June 17Peel Police Acton It Crlchton PhllpGCS2 Hornby Curlew and George scored a run The Station lead was short lived as J and T pounded out four runs in the bottom of the third Singles by Ray Graham Bruce Cunningham and Dave Mills and a home run by Jim Cooney ac counted for the Sports- en scoring Station evened the con test in the fourth Inning as James Morris and Charlie McGinn singled and Sid Barnes hit one of three homers he re corded on the weekend A single run In the top of the fifth put Station on top briefly but a five run bottom of the fifth re gained control for J and T Singles to Steve Bennett Larry King Dave Allen and Ray Graham and a Ken double ac counted for the scoring Station picked up a single run in the sixth as Charlie McGinn crossed the plate but J and T re gained the four run lead as Dave Mills singled and scored Five runs In the last Inning gave Station a one run lead which held up over the final half inning Six Holder singles and a Sid Barnes second homer of the game did the damage for Station giving them their second win of the campaign Electric Three runs in each of the third and fourth in lifted Hills Electric to a 74 win over Construction scored first as Rick Coe hit the games second pitch over the fence for a home run The Construction workers extended their lead in the third inning Coe and Peter touched the plate on a Danny Allen triple In the bottom of the third inning a Jamie Vickery home run double and two base error Denis Lefebvre and Gardiner crossed the plate to even the score regained the lead the top of the fourth as Rick Is tea reached on an error and scored It was to bo the last time would hold the lead Bill Boyd Brian Jennings and Denis Lefebvre crossed the plate for Electric in the fourth giving them a two run lead and a single run in the sixth inning produced the final J and Vans J and T Sports re versed a decision of a week earlier revenging a 104 loss at the hands of Vans scoring a win of their own Vans scored first counting three times in the top of the third inning as Ken Pilgrim Doug Wilson and Daryl Whitten crossed the plate but the lead was short lived J and T pounded out seven hits and runs in the bottom of the third as 11 batters went to the plate The Sportsmen added another run in the fourth inning as Ray Graham found his way around the bases Vans got a single run back in the sixth as Daryl singled and scored on a Jim James triple J and T added three more seventh in ning runs to take control of the match before Vans added one last tally Vans Station 8 Last placed Station Hotel sent Vans right to the wire Saturday night before failing on the bottom end of a score A Sid Bames three run homer in the first inning gave Station an early jump on Vans but runs in each of the innings second through fifth put Van back In the contest Whitten walked and scored for Von in the second two runs crossed the plate in the third as a walk and singles by Ken Pilgrim and Ian Campbell pro duced A single by BUI McGralh and a pair of wild pitches scored an other Welders run in the fourth and three markers in the fifth gave Van seven runs after five innings Station remained even with Vans at hat point To accompany their Ihree first inning counters Station added a third inning single run off a Welders error a pair of fourth inning runs off a second Van mistake and a George triple Station pulled even with Van s In the bottom of the fifth inning as they added a single run off of a Sid Barnes angle Vans added two runs in lop of the seventh inning as Ian Campbell and brought runs across the plate Station attempted to regain ground in the bottom of the seventh as Ttrry Curlew reached and scored but the Holders ran short leaving men on second and third Family Electric It was a much closer meeting than the first time Family and Electric meiOM for Family but the Hills squad fell shy in a bid to upset the league leaders Two unanswered runs in the bottom of the seventh inning allowed the Cleaners a win A Stan Kruk In the first inning gave an early lend but Family came back in the bottom of the Inning to grab control The two teams ex changed runs In the third inning with Karl Killingbeck scoring for the Cleaners and Gary Pickles crossing for Electric In Ihe fifth inning Family extended their lead to four runs as Vince Thornton and Avery reached the plate In the top of the sixth Inning Electric made their comeback bid scoring four times to even the count Sparky Copel and Dennis Lefebvre Stan Kruk and Bill Boyd reached home for Halton Hills Fred Crawford scored to regain the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning but Electric re taliated with one of their own in the seventh An single and a Cliff Briton triple in the bottom of the seventh re stored the Cleaners lead and Family and pitcher Vince Thornlon held off a last ditch effort by the Electricians to grab a 98 win Action in the Acton In dustrial Softball League eases over the next couple of weeks This Wednesday Halton Hills Electric meets Vans Welding in an 8 start Regular Sunday night action is postponed this week to make room for the Acton Merchant tournament Attention L Members BRANCH 197 ACTON BEEF BARBEQUE TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE BAR UNTIL THURSDAY JUNE 21 Dont Miss This Annual Event AB Food land Atoms destroy league opposition Acton A and County Atoms continue to romp over league competition In the past week the locals added to their three win no loss record with a dumping of and a pastetng of Hilisburgh In tournament play on Saturday the A B Food- land team suffered their first defeat an 1 setback at the hands of Six Nations In the win over Puslinch Acton got home from Bill Botet and David Bantams edge Eramosa remain unbeaten in league Acton Mackenzie inning scores rounded the base Bantams scored A single run in the third Eramosa got one run a pair of wins in Tri and a pair of fourth in back in the top of the county ball action this counters including second inning as Todd week leaving them Rob second Wiseman scored feated on the year homer of the game gave The Bantams The bantams topped the Buildall team 11 runs regained their two run In through four innings lead in the bottom of the by last Tuesday evening Four fifth inning second inning as Brian and then subdued errors allowed the Wong led off the inning Eramosa at home bantams to produce their and scored Monday night final three runs as Ver- the Ponsonby Duval and Tim match the locals scored Evans crossed the plate five first inning runs and Ponsonby scored single runs in the first and third for the bantams is next Monday night at p when will be the visitors Evan collected Scott Williams and Bill three hits for the locals in shared the the contest while Pat pitching duties for the A Johnson Scott Williams team and Michael Williams connected twice each TOD Evan six for six performance at the team plate led the Acton squad in their drowning of Hayter Milton Kinsmen squirt homered tripled twice girls rep team destroyed doubled and singled on Acton two occasions Rob Murray and Shawn McFadden also homered for the locals Scott Williams and brother Mi he Williams split the pitching duties for Acton striking out batters in the five inning game Scott fanned six batters while Mike sent eight down swinging Their only loss to date came at the Atom Softball where Six Nations scored an 11 1 Evan scored the only Acton run of the game on a solo home run effort then added three more in the second as they their competition A pair of walks a bunt and hits by Rick Green Innings and three seventh scored pulled to within one run again in the fourth inning as Wise man again reached base the visitors and inning counters Gordlc McArthur was the winning pitcher for ley and Brian Demone Acton with Fred Kopperl accounted for Actons doing the job in relief first inning scoring while Aeton coach Stci a walk and back to back Marshall has bet homers by Mark Duval and Rob Vermeulen ac counted for second Acton rallied late In the contest scoring four sixth Inning runs to give them the win and keep their rccord unblemished This weekend the ban Marshall has been tarns will be in Baden pleased with his teams trying to record their performance to date first tournament win Drexlers score win Drexlcr Construction Seniors of the Intercounty Fastball Our base running and bunting have been a big part of the team strong offense cited Marshall and their defensive play has 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