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Maybe Fairfield's baseball team would
;have been better off if it had taken a 5-1
' loss to North Carolina at Boshamer
Stadium Wednesday and gone on back to .
' The Stags insisted on fighting back,
' scoring four runs in the seventh to tie the
game at 5-5.
They shouldn't have done that, because
if the rally lit a fire under the Stajs, it set
toff an inferno under the Tar Heels.
Carolina scored 12 runs in the bottom of
the eighth and won in a walk, 17-5.
"Strange things just started
happening," said Tar Heel first baseman
Joe Reto, who, had two booming home
runs in the inning. "I've never seen any
thing like that."
The' Tar Heels battered Fairfield pit
chers Dave Caseria and Chris Tiso for
seven hits, all for extra bases, in the
inning. Reto had two homers, Mitch
McCIeney and Byron Spooner each had a
homer, Scott Bradley and Pete Kumiega
had doubles, Chris Pittaro had a triple
and the Stag outfielders had trouble
catching their breath.
"The guy just threw the fastbails in
there," Reto said of Tiso, who served up
the second home run ball. "It just kind of
came in there and said, 'Hit me! "
Carolina got off quickly with four runs
in the bottom of the first. After Pittaro
and Bradley had singled, Reto walked
and Kumiega hit into a force play, driving
in Pittaro. Freshman Drex Roberts then
sliced a three-run homer over the left
field fence to make it 4-0 Tar Heels.
. Carolina added another run in the second
when Bradley homered to left.
Fairfield scored in the third when Pete
.CiardieHo singled home Dave Rosenfeld.
.Then the Stags scored four times in the
seventh on three singles and four walks
and tied the game when reliever Bill
Musser walked Mike Delia Vecchia and
forced in the tying run. Ron Huffman
came on to pitch and got the final out,
eventually picking up the win.
Carolina's eighth started quite inno
cently, when Spooner tapped out to the
second baseman. McCIeney, the number
nine hitter, then homered to left to give
Carolina a 6-5 lead and set off the fire
works. After Pittaro struck out and Bradley
reached first when hit by a pitch, Reto hit
his first homer. Kumiega doubled,
.Roberts was hit by a pitch and Schuler
walked. Jeff Hubbard then reached on an
error which allowed two runs to score.
Spooner then hit his three-run shot.
. McCIeney walked, Pittaro tripled him in,
Bradley doubled Pittaro in . then Reto
homered again. In all, it came out 12
runs, seven hits, one error and Carolina's
17th victory against sue losses.
The Tar Heels played against Princeton
Wednesday night and face the New York
Yankees at 2:05 p.m: today here. .
', . Cy CLIFTON CANNES .
It's an advantage to Virginia, James
Worthy said. If anything, it would be an
edge to Virginia, Dean Smith said. It's not
a plus for either team, Terry Holland
The North Carolina Tar Heels and the
Virginia Cavaliers will do battle for the
third time this year in the semi-finals of the
NCAA championships Saturday afternoon
in the Phihddphia-Spcctrurn. The Wahoos
have come from big deficits to win twice
63-57 in Charlottesville and 80-79 in .
' N.C. State coach Jim Valvano has
said that Virginia will not beat the Tar
Heels a third time. AH the media types
have said it was virtually impossible to
.beat UNC three times in a season. Vir
ginia's Terry Gates said he'd rather play
Kansas State than play Carolina a third
"It doesn't make any difference who
we play," Worthy said at a press
conference Wednesday. "We might change
'some things offensively since we've
played them twice, but we won't do too
. "They know that they have beaten us
twice, so it seems Eke to me that would
give them the advantage," he said.
"We played two of our better games
of the year against Virginia, and they came
back and won both these games,"
Coach Smith said. "If anything, there
has to be an advantage to Virginia by;
beating us twice." .
"It might be an advantage if it were
during the regular season," Coach Hoi-
. land said. "But it wouldn't be a factor in
a final four situation."
, Both coaches seemed to avoid talking
about the confrontations in the conference
game at Chapel Hill. The end of the game
saw a bench-clearing brawl. Throughout
t the game shoving matches prevailed until
the hotter heads prevailed at the game's end.
"From that game we just have to re
member how well we played and yet still
lost," Smith said.
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like the one with Virginia and the ones in
the West regional. "Out there they let us
play more than the officials in the ACC
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Holland said that the officiating
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out (Ralph) Sampson."
The 7-foct-4 Sampson scored 43
points and grabbed 24 rebounds in two
games 'against the Tar Heels this year.
"We know what Sampson likes to do
and we will try to limit that," Worthy said.
"Whoever is around will help Sam
(Perkins) with Sampson, but sometimes
you can concentrate on him too much.
You can't do that when they have guys
like (Jeff) Lamp and (Lee) Raker."
Raker is "very much a doubt,"
Holland said. He injured his thigh,
v among other things, and has played
.sparingly since the ACC tournament.
r Holland said if he does play he will be
' rested often. Raker has not practiced all
week and probably will not work out today.
UNC center Pete Budko sprained his
ankle again in practice Tuesday and may
not be able to play in the tourney. "1
hope we'll have him available to play
some," Smith said. "We need him for
defense and shot-blocking."
Reserve Chris Brust has tendonitis
and has missed the last two days of prac
tice. If Brust cannot play, junior transfer
Jeb Barlow would be counted on for
playing time. Smith said.
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