Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, May 01, 1996, Image 13

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Lullt, it í ; »Liir.t? - .. Pa\e A-11 High and tight Dillon's Cory Birkenbuel avoids a pilch by Deer Lodge Wrangler hurler Ray Peterson during Sunday's double-header home opener in Dillon The Cubs won three games and lost one for the weekend J P Piufl phtoio The American Legion base­ ball Dillon Cubs are off to a .1-1 nonconference start following a pair of double-headers over the weekend. The Cubbies opened the season Saturday m Three Forks with a sweep of the Gall­ atin Valley Outlaws. Sunday in Dillon, Deer Lodge earned a rare win over Dillon to gam a split of a twin-bill. At Three Forks, Dillon ace Danny Podunovich went the seven inning distance in the opener for a 12-6 win. He fanned 13 batters while walk- ingjust five and allowed six hits. The Outlaws scored four runs in the first inning when Podunovich allowed four of his walks, shortstop .Josh Allen booted a ball and Derrick Flikkema stroked a single bat­ ting in the nine hole. Podunovich then settled down to turn in a solid performance. Dillon rocked Outlaw pitch­ ing for 13 hits. Zane Gibbons, Kevin Duggan, Mike Rooley and Brett Maki all rapped two hits. Gibbons collected a double and a triple. Chris Metcalfe posted the 3- 1 win in the closer with a five inning performance that limited Gallatin to three hits. Mark Stonebreaker allowed just one hit in two innings of relief work to pick up the save. The game was scoreless un­ til the top of Dillon’s order ral­ lied with two out in the fifth inning. Maki and Podunovich stung consecutive doubles and Gibbons walked. Rooley rapped a two-run double to end Dillon’s 'Coring. Dillon managed m-t three other hits. Sunday in Dillon, the ( ub> played a double with the D c -r Lodge W ranglers and tried to give the opener away Dillon com m itted 10 error.' for tín­ game leading to m o d of the W rang le r’s runs, but Dillon overcome the defensive lapses with a late inning dinger from Bret Maki. ‘ In the first game we had nine or ten errors,\ said Dillon skipper Gail Whitworth. “That's inexcusable. I don’t really have an answer as to why that hap­ pened. We just didn’t get it done.” Dillon led 7-6 when Metcalfe took the mound at the top of the seventh. Metcalfe walked the first batter then retired the next two on strikes. A single moved the base runner to third and then he scored on a balk to tie the game, 7-7. Metcalfe struck out the next Wrangler to end the half inning. With one out in the bottom half ofthe inning Josh Allen hit a single and then Maki took the next pitch out of the yard to give Dillon a 9-7 win. Aaron Tash, a sixteen-vear- old first-year Cub, started the opener on the mound. Whitworth liked what he saw. “Aaron Tash did an outstand­ ing job. He didn’t get any sup­ port really,” said Whitworth. “Like I mentioned, we had some errors but the kid just threw the ball really well. He will be one of our starting pitchers through the regular season.” Deer Lodge sent Ray Peterson, their ace, to the mound in the weekend finale. Whitworth on the other hand worked four hurlers in the seven inning game. In addition, a lot of rookies got some time in the field. “I tired a lot of different guys that we really haven’t seen, some of the younger players and so fourth,” said Whitworth. ‘That’s not an excuse. I just wanted to see what they could do.” Dillon actually out-hit Deer Lodge with 8 raps to the Wran­ glers five. But Deer Lodge got the most out of their hits, whacking three homers, a double and a single for nine runs. Dillon managed just two runs in their first defeat of the year. “We’re just looking forward to a good season,” said the Dil­ lon manager. “I think this is going to be a better ball club than we had last year. Last year we did win the league and then came up one game short. We didn’t make the state tour­ nament for the first time in six years. I think we have some­ thing to prove.” See “By the Numbers” for box scores. Lö s ? u â f ô a m n i s x s B S Area sports statistics at a glance i i ì i Í } U p c o m in g S p o rtin g E v e n ts... Thursday, April 25... Dillon at Livingston, 2:30 p.m. Tennis —The Dillon doubles teams will get a good test against the quality Livingston and Hardin pairs. The Dillon singles will have to work on their game and confi­ dence to help the Imdy Beavers down the road at divi­ sional and state. Friday, April 26... Dillon at Anaconda, 9:30 a.m. Golf—Dillon as well as most of the golf teams around the state has only gotten in one of three scheduled matches. The last two meets have been snowed out. Hopefully, the sun will shine on the Anaconda Invitational. Saturday, April 27... Dillon at Butte, 9:00 a.m. Track and Field —Bulldog Memorial stadium's 10 lane rubberized track beckons tracksters to the Butte Central Invitational. Dillon at Anaconda, 9:00 a.m. Tennis —The Anaconda Invitational provides opportu­ nity for the Dillon netters to get some court time, pending the weather. Dillon at Three Forks, 10:00 a.m. American Legion Baseball —Snowed out of their opener, the Cubs will try again versus the Gallatin Valley Outlaws in a nonconference double header. Danny Podunovich will take the hill for the opener and either Chris Metcalfe or Mike Rooley will start the second game. 12-C Track and Field Fireman’s Invitational —Lima and Sheridan will be among the many teams hosted by Twin Bridges at the annual Fireman's Invitational Track and Field Meet. Sunday, April 28... Deer Lodge at Dillon, 1:00 p.m. American Ix*gion Baseball —The Dillon pitching staff has swelled to 1-1. What skipper Gail Whitworth needs to determine is which ones are throwers and which are pitchers. “We’re going to get some of the younger guys in there and get their feet wet to see what they can do,\ said Whitworth. Tuesday, April 30... Dillon at Butte, 4:30 p.m. Track and Field—The Dillon upperclassmen head to Butte for a time trials meet w i t h the area Central A teams. Dillon at Bozeman, 3:00 p.m. 'Prack and Fiold--The novice and freshman compete in a meet at Bn/emnn, Dillon at Butte. 3:30 p.m. Tennis - The l.atlv B* ;ra-r- take on tie- AA L.ith Bull­ dog-.. BASEBALL DILLON 12R 13H 2E GALLATIN 6R 6H 7E Dillon pitching— Dnnny Podu novich (W, 1-0) 7LP, 6H, 13K. 5BB. Dillon hitting— Brett Maki, c, 2-4; Danny Podunovich, p, 0-4; Zane Gib­ bons, lb, 4-4; Justin Reeder, lb, 0-1; Mike Rooley, If, 2-2; Shown Taylor, rf, 0- 1; Clint Hilton, rf. 1-4; Seamus Patton, If, 0-1; Kevin Duggan, 2b, 2-4; Jared Yezir.n, 2h, 0 0; Cory Birkenbucl, cf, 1 2; Todd Mnki, cf, 0-1; Craig Howells, 3b, 1-2; Josh Allen, ss, 0-2; Anron Tash, ss, 0-1. Extra base hits—2B-—Gibbons; 3B— Gibbons. DILLON 3R6H IE GALLATIN 1R4H OE Dillon pitching—Chris Metcalfe 'W 1- 0. 5 1P, 3 H , 5K, 6BB; Mark Stonebreaker 'Save. 1- 2IP. 1H. OK, IBB. Dillon hitting -Brett Maki, t, 2-3; Danny Podunovich, rf. 1-3; Shaw n Tay­ lor, ph, 0-1, Zane GibUins, lb, \ - l , Mike Roolrv, If, 1-3; Clint Hilton, 3b, 0-2; Craig Howells, 3b, 0-0; Kevin Duggan. 2b, 0-4; Cory Birkenbucl, cf, 2-3, Chris Metcalfe, p. 0*1, Mark Stonebreaker, p. 0-1, Josh Allen, s«, 0-2; Aaron Tosh, w, 0-1. Extra base hits ... 2B B. Maki, Podunovicjt, Rooley. DEER LODGE7R5H IE DILLON 9R 1 III 10E Dillon pitching— Aaron Tash 3 2 3lP, 3H. 6K, 3BB; Josh Allen 2 1/3IP. 1H. 3K, 4BB. Chris Metcalfe <\V 2-0, HP. 1H, 3K, IBB. Dillon hitting—Brett Maki. c. 3-1; Danny Podunovich. rf, 2-4; Clint Hilton, 3b, 1-3; Znne Gibbons, If. 1-3; Kevin Duggan. 2b, 1*3; Kevin Duggan, 2b, 2- 4; Cory Birkenbucl, cf, 0-3; Justin Reeder, lb, 0-3; Todd Maki, If. 0-1; Anron Tash, p, 0-1; Chris Metcalfe, p, 0-1, Josh Allen, ss, 1-3. Extra base h i t s 2 R B Maki. Podunovich. HR--B. Make DEER LODGE 9R 5H 2E DILLON 3R8H3E Dillon pitching—Zane Gibbon* * L 0- 1 '2IP, 2H. 3K. 3BB; Chri* Might 2 3IP. 1H. OK. 2BB; Clint Hilton 1 1’31P. 1H. IK, IBB; Brett Maki 3IP, 1H, 3K. 3BB. Dillon hitting— Brett Maki. c. 0-4; Danny Podunovich. rf, 0-4, Clint Hilton. 3b, 1-3; Zane Gibbons, p, 2-3; Kevin Duggan, 2b, 2-3; Cory Birkenbucl, cf, 0- 2; Josh Allen, ss, 2-3; Chris Metcalfe, lb. 0. ] ; Aaron Tash. 3b, 0-1 ; Pat Knapp. H. 0-1; Shawn Taylor. 2b. 0-1; Seamus Patton, If, 0-1. Extra base hits— 2B—Gibbons. BOWLING 79th Men’s State Bowling Championships at Missoula «Arca results through May 25> Class A singles--!. Dave Buihtv. Mi1-- «rula. 824; 2. Wait Torgwm. Iaht v. n i s , 3, Jim Watkins. Dillon. 804 Class C All-Events--1. Chris Co-.k. Hot Springs. 2.228; 2. Mike M«>onrv. Ihilon. 2 . 208 . 3 , Clint P: rtrvî’. Belgrad«'. 2, jo.\* King Pin HIGH GAME und ; team — Donna Hansen, 2» *9, G D Ekvtnc, *69. HIGH SERIES « ind . team * — I-au ra Bruw m 5.H--. C & D Elec t n:, 2.4*3 McDougal, 515; Quality Floors/Hair Care, 2,475; HIGH GAME (ind.; team)— Bonnie McDougal, 190; Quality Floors/ Hair Care, 851. Thursday Night Mixed HIGH GAME (men; women; team)— Sam Steams. 213; Pam Mathson, 204; Davis Ranch, 705; HIGH SERIES (men; women; team)—Sam Stearns, 575; Pam Mathson, 502; Dillon Body Shop, 1,936. Treasure State HIGH GAME 'men, women; team)— JimPiutt, 201;Holy Hnithcox, 179;Dell Mercantile, 862; HIGH SERIES (men; women; series »—Jim Watkins, 591; Holy Haithcox, 474; Dell Mercantile, 2,513. TENNIS Anaconda Dual Anaconda 5, Dillon 1 SINGLES *1 —Heather Yeoman. Anaconda, def Jenny Gordon, 8-3. »2—Melinda Riley, Anaconda, def Lacey Smith, 8-3. *3—Becky Phillip, Anaconda, def Kristy Po/.egii, 8-5 •4— Holly Cozhv, Anaconda, def. Kay Gluekert, 8-4. DOUBLES *1- Gariy Nicld-Dawn Shafer. Dil­ lon. def. Britney Else-Sasha Lovshin. 8- o. *2—Donni Doucet-Heidi Dodd. Ana­ conda, def. Sarah White-Bobbie Skin­ ner, 8-1. Junior Varsity SINGLES—Amanda Arbour, Dillon, dof. Sarah Davidson, 8-1; Amy Zadow, Dillon, def. Danielle McGuire, 8-0; Ann ■luntunen. Anaconda, Shandra Bisson, 8-2. Trary Welch. Dilion, def. Hailey Halfcy, 8-2; Drca ShafTcr, Dillon, def. Katie Casey, 8-4; Alison Schaeffer. Dil­ lon. def. Shavonne Maes. 8-2. DOUBLES—Tashn Hilton-Kyndn Ltrsun, Dillon, def. Shavonne Maes- Kelly Stevenson. 8-2; Hillary Stonclake- Angie Lalikcr. Dillon, def. Heather N’ ichols-Lisa Cortright, 8-5; Sarah Davidson-Katie Casey. Anaconda, def. Rachel Hend-Mindy Walter, 8-5. Livingston Triangular Livingston 5, Dillon 1 SINGLES *1—Jenny Gordon, Dillon, def. An­ gela Kalar. 8-4. #2—Jcnnv Myrstol. Livingston, def. Livingston Triangular JV SINGLES—Shannon Bums, Living­ ston, def. Tracy Welch, 8-4; Melanie Spicer, Livingston, def. Drea Shafer, 8- 0; Melanie Spicer, Livingston, def. Shandra Bisson, 8-1; Alison Schaeffer, Dillon, def. Cara Russell, 8-3; Sara Egeland, Livingston, def. Amy Zadow, 8-2; Tracy Welch, Dillon, def. Emilee Nciminen, 8-2; Drea ShafTcr, def. Nastasia Shannon, 8-1. DOUBLES—Tasha Hilton-Kynda Larson, Dillon, def. Nicole Ehresmann- Adricnnc Ehromann, 7-6 ( 10-8); Hillary Stonelake-Angie Lalicker, Dillon, def. Ryah Young-Kelli Whithorn, 8-3; Rachel Head-Mindy Walter, Dillon, def. Gomez- Maes, 8 J ; Jari Boehler-Shannon Bums, Livingston, def. Sarah Whito-Bobbic Skinner, 8-3; Jaci Boehler-Shannon Burns, Livingston, def. Hillary Stonelake-Angie Lalicker, 7-6 (9-7/; Melanie Spiccr-Cara Russell, Living­ ston, def. Rachel Head-Mindy Walter, 8-2; Alison Schneffer-Amanda Arbour, 8-3. TRACK AND FIELD Whitehall Booster Club Track and Field Meet Girls loam scores—Boulder 157 1/2, Enr.ts 92 1/2. Whitehall 88, Shcndan 79. Harrison 63. Twin Bridges 35, Wil­ low Greek 7. (Area results) 1.600 relay— 2, Twin Bridges. 4:45.95; 5. Sheridan. 5:03.24. Triple jump— 1, Amy Braach, Sher­ idan. 32-4 1/2; 2. Allison Jensen, Sheri­ dan. 32-9. 4. Emilv Jensen, Sheridan, 30-9. 400 relay—5, Twin Bridges. 57.76. 3.200— 5, Jacqueline Mauere. Sher­ idan. 16 : 22.08 Shot put—4, Amy Braach. Shoridn, 30-0; 5, Susan Goodman, Twin Bridges, 27-4. Long jump— 3, Sarah Wildish. Twin Bridges. 24-4 V2. High jump—-2, Emily Jensen. Sher­ idan, 4-8; 4, Hie» Saroy Wildish and Deena Lowdcr, Twin Bridges, 4-6. 200—6. Alli*on Jensen. Sheridan, 29 -84., 400— 1, Emily Jensen, Shcndan, 1:07.98 800 — 1, Amy Braach, Sheridan, 2:44.03; 3, Becca Johnson, Twin Bridge*. 2:49 98; 6, Susan Goodman, Twin Bridge*. 2:59.07. 1,600—4, Becca Johnson, Twin BOO—1, Elex McAlear, Twin Bridges, 2:13.52. 400—6, Ted Kubica, Twin Bridges, 1:02.33. 200—2, Scott Probst, Twin Bridges, 24.90. 100—4, Scott Probst, Twin Bridges, 11.97. Twin Bridges Fireman’s Invitational Track and Field Meet Boys team scores —Whitehall 58. Philipsburg 51, Sheridan 48, Lima 38, Ennis 36, Twin Bridges 28, Harrison 11. (Area results) Triple jump—2, Dare! Scott, Lima, 38-10; 3, Mike Walter, Sheridan, 38-9 1/2; 4, Jon Nyhart, Twin Bridges, 37-3 1/4; 5, Casey Lamorcaux, Lima, 36-3 1/ 2 . Discus—3, Jared Edmisten, Sheri­ dan, 120-9 1/2. 110 hurldes—2. Scott Lane, Sheri­ dan, 17.42; 4, Guy Duffncr, Lima, 20.00. 100— 1, Darel Scott, Lima, 11 60; 4, Scott Probst, Twin Bridges. 11.80. 1,600 relay — 1, Twin Bridges, 3;53.65; 3, Lima, 4:01 17. 400 relay— 1, Sheridan, 48.30; 3, Lima, 49.18. Long jump— «, Mike Walter. Sheri­ dan, 17-10 1/4. 300 hurdles—1, Scott Lane, Sheri­ dan, 41.73; 5, Guy DulTner, Lima. 49.82. 800— l.Elex McAlear, Twin Bridges, 2:12.34: 2, Greg Lcarv. Sheridan. 2:14.96. 200— 1, Darel Scott, Lima, 24.44: 3. Scott Probst, Twin Bridges, 24.99. 1,600— 1, Greg Leary, Sheridan. 4:57.00; 2, Elex McAlear, Twin Bridges. 5:00.19. Javelin—2, Mike Walter, Sheridan, 145-6. High jump— 1, Mike Walter, Sheri­ dan. 5-10; 3, Mark Stosich. Lima, 5-6; 4, Guy Duffncr, Lima, 5-6; 5, Elex McAlear, Twin Bridges, 5-4 400— 1, Pete Hansen, Lima, 56.23; 2, Scott Probst, Twin Bridges, 56-24; 4, Ben Claypool, Sheridan, 100 02:5. Nick Scollard, Sheridan, 1:00.76. Girl« team »cores— Ennis 68, Sher­ idan 51, Harrison 45. Whitehall 36, Twin Bridges 23, Philipsburg 22. Lima 8 . (Area results) Javelin—3, Stacv Clark, Lima, 82-2 12 / . 300 hurdles— 1, Allison Jensen, Sheridan. 51.92; 5, Connie Krug. Lima. City Mixed HIGH GAME'men. w: :r, : Chris Bay, 224. Dibs legra Rarrv linggs C- -:-:n.:r‘.: , 7‘■ SERIES -min; w.-mmn: t.-nr- 'll 574; IV'»' l-gr.'n.. \. 195; : HIGH Licr-y .Smith, 8*6. 100 hurdlcs--2 . Allison Jensen. 1:01.68. *3 Jamie Harmon. Livings!:on., def. Shondan 800— 1, Amy Braach. Sheridan. Krisu■ Pozoga, 8-6. 300 hurdlos--1 , Allison Jensen, 2:44.38; 4, Susa n Goodman, Twin *4-—.Jan noe nier, I-lvirg-U def. Sheridar., 52 27. Bridges. 2:57.66. Kny G-luekcrt, h-0. 200—3. Allisori Jensen. Shendan. DOUBLES 30.22. B:il «1 — Sta ce y r erguson-Mcl issa Boys team aeore*—Boulder 224, 1,600—3. Susan Goodman. Twin Vori, Liviingston. def. C arlv N irid- Whitehall 89. En1is n 61. T^in Bridges Bridges, 6:32.72; 4 , Kara Koonce,, Shcr- D.awn S h afe■r. 8-4 ■I)e•en 57, Sbendar. 55. Harnwúñ 26 . Willow idan, 7:35.01. HendncK^o; « > — Ga5Me ¡ Spn nger- a Greek 6 400 relay— 4. Twin Bridges. 57 84; Livin '¡a Hiltu;i. g* ton, def. K),'r.da » Aren results» 5. Lima, 1:03.54. L ìrson-Tasf 8-2. ■-!)< I 600 relay - -2. Twin Bridge-. 400— 2, Emily Jensen, Sheridan. li Ex rubiti;->n~ -C'a5'‘ ■c Springer •■en a 3 53 52 i ''58.51; 3, Anna wyn Ballou. T wi n gndnckso-n. L:v;r:g*tcr, déf. Cany 400 rc3a\~—2. Sheridan. -1 [8.19, 5. Bridges, 1:12.76. N icid- Pawr S h.a fer. 8-2 Twin Bridges, 50 KS. Long jump— 2. Dona Lowdcr. Twin High jump— 2. Mike Waite r, Shen- Bridges, 14-3'4; 4, Emily Jrr.«e^,, Shcr* Hardin 5, Dillon 1 2 m. 5-10. idan, 23-9. S I N G L E S Tn pV jump-—] ..Mike Walt. ■r. Sher- High jump— 1. Emily Jensen. Sher- » 1 ■ A n r . • K-> .■ mi, H . - i e»’ 'ir.-. 40-3.4. Scott Probst, Twin Br-V’v'. idan. 4-10; 4. Dona Lowdcr. Tw in i, -. r y G ni ■r. s -9 3>-0. 6, Jur. Nvha rt, Twin Bridges. 37- Bndges. 4-0; Stac\ Clark. Lima. 4-0 tfj . - V i H - 2 3,200—5, Jnrqlsoline Maurer. Shrr- I M- ;8 .btx, : r- 3 . y [ark Slant! •ruakur. idan, 16:15.46. » .•: K---,x P ' g ..D ' -, c- f G ry *• i . • IV i-i,. ■ 4 Discus— i, Knd.io Hess. L-m?i. 81-5 .., ’ \\t h ' w K H:--;* -2. Jar ad Him-stc-r ' S8fp- 1 ’2. • 4 S i - i H X h - ; - ■ r Kr,\ - : O-'-: G60ÍL-1. Twin Bridget. 4:42 .SO; 3. i ;■ ■ < \ D O U B L E S Long jum .p-4 Ì W ;n Bridges. I v t ' J \ r ■’ 1 '2 6 ,M ’Vf Nv- ' -4 Waiter. Shf ridan. 4:52.57. TOO hurdle« — I. Alii sen Jcm *cr. » ; K ■■ • r ■ K e ’ ! t v K ■ ~ -, j-ir/;** I 2 Shcndan. 17.63. H ; . N .. T\ -, - «■** V - V i V . . . ; V tt Ir-' • Tr rie :u mp— 1. Amv Frar-t/'i. S’nur- - ■ : . i - , ; d g n . \ i i - i F-\d; v .h Shei _ ) ,,, t , V U \ s. •• - • ^ T ' V ; T w - B - - Monciny Afte rm«m Ladies HIGH SERIES ■ : — ■ 1“ •

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