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May 13, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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el umw I)uaHc Makoviney sm;JJic'd a SOlO ho[lict tn the ])orient el lilt second mnmg and hi~ Shclhm t|ighcJinlbep, went on to beat Nolih Ihorston's Rams Ht a league game, 3-.2 ,.m loop Field. Makovincy was the second man up in the mnmg and ripped Ihe last pitch t~ right cenlcr. The ball rolled to the pole vaull pit area el [oop field '1 hc home run gave SIIcll,m a I-l) lead in lhc conlesl, Mike Johnson, who was the Wllining pitcher for Shelton, I>jaVc~ f h ~h' ,, Kctln l~ I il llif'rl )i-. Ray Makoviney I)tlalle Johnscln. Mike Bacon, Bill Null, Mike I)cn~tey, J im White, Meal t i ing, l)oug Johnson. Mark K nighl, I erry Herrei, I:hncr I)avidson. Pat Shonkwfler, "led Bourgaull, I)an Johns/ill, Mark Krise, (harley Vc'rt her, Sonns, l_e(;aull, :\ce thloslei. Nleve Shanks, Ken Ferrier, Glen Kingery. Ken t; 4 4 2 2 2 4 4 14 il t4 11 2 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 I I I ,\ t; 41 21 20 I g 28 33 21 40 31 18 36 15 1 3 3 4 0 2 2 0 I 0 1 Pitcher (; Johnson, Mike 9 Dorcy, Kevin 5 Knighl, Terry 4 K rumpols, Ray I I P So 48 36 27 20 15 I 2 3 singled in the third and nloved to second on a sacrifice. Ite was qrandcd on base when the next batter flew out. Johnson was keeping the Rams tinder control until the fifth inning. Up until the fifth, Johnson allowed only two baserunnc, rs. One made it on a walk and the other via error. In the filth, Thurston got to Johnson for three singles, tle also lhrew a wild pitch and two runs came in to give lhe visitors the lead, 2- I. Shelton came back to tie the 'itching i JUNIOR BILL BACON takes a cut at the ball in Saturday's nonleague encounter with Federal Way. The Climbers lost 5-1 on Loop Field. Bacon pitched three innings of relief. tt R Ill), A V t'.. RBI 1 x 1 I2 .43u 13 7 7 0 .333 5 6 4 I .300 3 5 4 0 .263 0 7 2 0 .250 1 8 5 1 ,241 5 5 ~ I .238 5