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Karpuk's fastball lifts Heels over Wake
By S.L. PRICE
Staff Writer ;
The confrontation came in the top of
the fifth inning. Bill Merrifield, Wake
Forest's Ail-American slugger, walked to
the plate with one solo home run in the
third under his belt and the Tar Heels up
Greg Karpuk's fastball had been clock
ed at ,90 m.p.h. during the game, and
when Merrifield came to bat, the UNC
righthander had his pitches clicking
four of the last Deacon batters had struck
"He's got an idea out there," a
California Angels' scout said. "He knows
how to pitch."
Karpuk blew one fastball by Merr
rifield, the fastball hitter. On the next
pitch, another fastball, Merrifield swung
and nearly fell down. 0-2. The third
pitch, a curve, just missed low.
Then Karpuk reached back and pulled
out the same pitch that had given him
nine strikeouts on the way to a 12-8 Tar
Heel victory. Fastball. Merrifield swung,
missed and walked back to the Wake
Backed by a solid seven innings' work
by Karpuk, and the bats of third
baseman Jeff Hubbard and Drex
Roberts, the UNC baseball team held off
a five-run surge by the Demon Deacons
in the eighth inning to take their second
ACC win on the year.
After Merrifield's solo shot in the
third, the Tar Heels roared back in the
bottom of the inning. Left fielder Jon
O'Leary bounced a single through the
hole between shortstop and third, stole
second on the first pitch to shortstop
Walt Weiss, and then moved to third on
Weiss' sacrifice bunt.
UNC coach Mike Roberts called for
the suicide squeeze, but Drex Roberts
missed the pitch, and O'Leary was gun
ned down at third. One out. Roberts
singled to the right side of second base
and then scored on Hubbard's single.
Catcher B.J. Surhoff then plowed a
hard-hit single up the middle to score
Hubbard, first baseman Pete Kumiega
singled to move Surhoff to third,' and
Scott Johnson walked to load the bases.
Second baseman Mike Jedziniak crack
ed a rolling shot down the third base line,
Wake third baseman Harry Newsome
blew the throw to first base and three
more runs scored. 5-1, UNC.
Karpuk blanked the Deacons in the
fourth, and the Tar Heels bounced back
with three more runs, two on Hubbard's
towering 370-foot blast over the right
field fence. Hubbard was three-for-four
on the day.
( Karpuk cruised through the middle in
nings with hardly a problem, keeping the
Wake batters off balance with his curve
ball and changeup, and then using the
fastball as his out pitch.
But in the seventh, Karpuk tired and
gave up two Deacon runs. On two walks,
three singles and a double in the eighth,
Karpuk's replacements Tom Reed and
Brad Powell gave up five runs.
But the Tar Heels held on, scored two
more runs in the eighth to seal the win,
and raised their overall record to 22-4.
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UNC's Drex Roberts comes in safe with first run of game
... Roberts led the Tar Heel hitting attack to a 12-8 win
Kelvin Bryant stars for USFL 's Stars, leads league in rushing
From staff and wire reports
Former North Carolina tailback Kelvin
Bryant is making a name for himself in a
league that many thought would be domi
nated by the heroics of ex-Georgia running
back Herschel Walker.
After three weeks of play, Bryant has
emerged as the early rushing leader in the
fledgling United States Football League as
a result of consecutive 100-yard-plus
Monday night Bryant turned in his best
performance of the season, carrying the
ball 27 times for 177 yards to lead his
team, the Philadelphia Stars, to a 3-0
"(Bryant) .is extremely durable and
shows no reluctance to carry the ball,"
head coach Jim Mora said.
Bryant has rushed for 342 yards in 69
carries this season, -more than twice the
total of Walker, who has been limited to
65 yards or less in each of the New Jersey
Two Atlantic Coach Conference teams
will try to keep their hopes alive in the
NCAA basketball tournament tonight
when Virgina and N.C. State compete in
the West Regional semi-finals.
The Wolfpack will take on the
Cinderella Utes of Utah in the first half of
a doubleheader at Ogden, Utah. The
Wolfpack has won five consecutive games
on dramatic comebacks and last-second
heroics. The Runnin' Utes enter the game
at 18-13 and fresh off a stunning upset of
It will be a battle of the Big East co
champion and an ACC co-champion when
the Virginia Cavaliers face the Boston Col
lege Eagles in the second West game. 1 he
Cavs will continue their quest to give
Ralph Sampson his first national cham
pionship, while B.C. will look to better its
Midwest runner-up status of 1982.
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