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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, April 09, 1984, Page 6, Image 6

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6The Daily Tar HeelMonday, April 9, 1984 Clemson gets vengeance by downing Tar Heels, 5-1 By LEE ROBERTS Staff Writer They say vengeance is sweet, and Clemson got vengeance Sunday after noon in Boshamer Stadium before 2,500 fans and a cable TV audience, defeating North Carolina, 5-1. The victory put the Tigers into first place in the ACC race and repaid the Tar Heels for their 3-1 ninth-inning come-from-behind victory a week before at Clemson. "We wanted to rise to the occasion to play North Carolina," Tiger starter and winning pitcher Scott Parrish said. "Especially after last week." Things looked good for North Carolina at the start. B.J. Surhoff led off the game with a double off the top of the right field wall and scored on a Mike Jedziniak single. In the second, Scott Johnson and Mitch McCleney singles and a walk to Glenn Liacouras loaded the bases with one out and it looked like lights out for Parrish. But the junior right hander pop ped up Surhoff and induced a Walt Weiss grounder to end the inning to escape without any damage, still down only 1-0. "We didn't capitalize on the hits we got today," UNC coach Mike Roberts said. "Clemson capitalized on the hits they got, and that's why they won." Starter Gordon Douglas, normally a reliever but starting for the sore-armed Scott Bankhead, shut down Clemson un til the fourth. The Tigers' Jim McCollom followed a walk to Brooks Shumate with a towering home run to left field to make it 2-1, Clemson. McCollom' s home run was only the Tigers' second hit of the day. After a Tiger run in the seventh made it 3-1, the Tar Heels mounted a threat in the bottom half. Liacouras and Surhoff singles put two runners on with one out, and the Boshamer crowd livened up in anticipation. Parrish, however, would hear nothing of a Tar Heel rally, getting two quick outs. "Parrish did a very good job today," Roberts said. "He got the outs when he needed them." Two errors and a tired Douglas pro duced another Clemson run in the eighth 2 Terrific Films for a 4-1 lead, and the sophomore righthander left the game. "We wanted to go as long as possible with Gordon," Roberts said. "He did an outstanding job." Clemson got another run in the ninth for the final margin and that was more than enough for Parrish, who recorded his 20th college victory. "1 was happy to get those insurance runs in the late going," Parrish said. "They (UNC) were racking me up in the early going, and I saw how they came back last week." The crowd was buzzing in anticipation of another comeback by UNC after Saturday's thrilling 10-inning, come-from-behind win over Georgia Tech. But Parrish put the Tar Heels down in order in the ninth to wrap up his sixth win of the year and put Clemson in first place by half a game. The Tigers are now 10-2 in ACC play, while North Carolina is 9-2. Saturday's 6-2 victory over Georgia Tech produced one of the most exciting finishes of the season. North Carolina had come from behind in the eighth to earn a 2-2 tie and extra innings. Three consecutive singles by the Yellow Jackets had put UNC starter Roger Williams down 1-0 in the second inning. Pete Geist hit a home run in the third to put Georgia Tech ahead, 2-0. The Tar Heels scratched back, though. A Glenn Liacouras grounder scored a run in the fourth to make it 2-1, and Jeff Hubbard knocked in Surhoff in the eighth to chase Yellow Jacket starter Stu Rogers and tie the score at two. Then came the bottom of the tenth. With one out, Surhoff reached on a Keith Kerver error. Walt Weiss singled, and an intentional walk to Hubbard loaded the bases and brought up Todd Wilkinson. The senior, who was hitting .457 over his last nine games, drove a 1-1 slider over the roster board in left-centerfield for a grand slam and the victory. The Boshamer crowd went wild, as did Wilkinson's teammates. "I got all of it," Wilkinson said of loser Keith Fleming's slider. "The adrenaline was really pumping, and I don't remember how I felt rounding the bases, but after I crossed home plate I felt great." ACADAMY AWARD NOMINATIONS BEST SCREENPLAY - Julius J. Epstein BEST ACTOR - Tom Conti 'A witty comedy with bittersweet bite !" -PaviJ Ann. NEtt'SNXEEK Fri. & Sat. 11:45 HAIR : 4 filmed in North Carolina A VARSITY EXCLUSIVE 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:10 THE COMEDY SMASH OF THE YEAH! TOM HANKS DARYL HANNAH EUGENE LEVY & JOHN CANDY ft i m fiSol 7:15 1 Si 9:25 J "-t: 1,11 ""'',' , rizy BUY ONE Medium 2-ingredient pizza, get one of equal or less value for $2.00 Medium 3-ingredient pizza, get one of equal or less value , for $1.00 Medium 4 ingredient pizza, get one equal or less value FREE Expires 43084 one selection per coupon Reg. crust only DELIVERY ONLY 968-UNC1 .' . W,::; ' : Clt' fi-,- r . .. Kilt Irt 111 r "l-"1! 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NC 27609 919872-4830 ' old mncro 1 . UK3CBSEXS.J Equal Opportunity Employer MFH BP ltp lmU (Tar Ihti Y JLkJ Scoreboard Baseball UNC 6, Georgia Tech 2 Ga. Tech UNC 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 8 2 0 I 0 4 6 6 0 Leading hitters: Ga. Tech Geist 2-4 (HR), Kerver 2-3; UNC Hubbard 2-4, Wilkinson 1-5 (HR, 4 RBI) WP Douglas (4-3). LP Fleming (1-1) Records: Georgia Tech 24-8, (ACC 4-5) Clemson 5, UNC I Clemson UNC 0 0 0 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 15 7 3 0 01 6 2 Leading hitters: Clemson McCollom 3-4 (2b, HR, 2 RBI), Shumake 1-3 (RBI), Spears 1-1; UNC Surhoff 2-5, Liacouras 1-3, Jedziniak 1-4 (RBI) WP Parrish (6-1). LP Douglas (4-4) Records: Clemson 28-12, (ACC 10-2), North Carolina 32-9, (ACC 9-2) UNC 9, Davidson 0 Singles: Chambers d. Hayes Dallas 7-5, 6-3; Hcarn d. Mark Nottingham 6-0, 6-4; Sarner d. Craig Hall 6-2, 6-2; Stewart d. John Hackett 6-2, 3-6, 6-2; Jay Pulliam d. Bob Nichols 6-2, 6-2; Bach d. Trip Caldwell 7-5, 64. Doubles: Chambers-Hearn d. Dallas-Sedge Gray 7-5, 6-3; Stewart-DeMattheis d. Hall-Hackett 6-3, 6-0; Sarner Bach d. Caldwell-John Meyer 6-1, 6-2. Golf Furman Invitational I Greenville, S.C. t. Wake Forest (894), 2. aemsoa (895), 3. South Carolina (898), 4. North Carolina (900), 5. N.C. Stale (901) Individual leaders: 1. Jeff Lankford (NCS) 216; 2. Jim Macfie (Clem) 217; 3. Davis Love (UNC) and Greg Sweat (SO 219. Other UNC finishers: Kurt Beck 225, Todd Thiele 229, Bryan Sullivan 230, Jack Nicklaus II 246. Women's Golf Duke Spring Invitational Furman 924, N.C. State 931, UNC 946, South Carolina 946 (tie) Medalist: Dottie Pepper (Fur) 223 Low UNC scorers: Kristie Kama! 234, Page Marsh 234, Kandi Kessler 234. UNC Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Johns Hopkins 4, UNC 3 2 2 Softball 0 1 03 1 0 14 Goals: UNC Smith Haus, Ford; Johns Hopkins Odenthal 2, Scott, Tucker Assists: UNC Martel; Johns Hopkins Scott, Wood Shots on goal: UNC 43, Johns Hopkins 36 Records: UNC 4-2, Johns Hopkins 6-0 George Mason Invitational at Fairfax, Va. East Carolina 9, North Carolina 2 North Carolina 1, George Mason 0 North Carolina 9, LaSalle 5 Record: North Carolina 16-6 Calendar Today Tennis UNC 7, South Carolina 2 Singles: Jeff Chambers (UNC) d. Acioly 7-5, 2-6, 7-5; Wayne Hearn (UNC) d. Ashby 7-6, 6-3; Petkovich d. Ron Erskine (UNC) 4-6, 6-2, 6-1; Josh Sarner (UNC) d. Barker 6-4, 6-3; Eddie Stewart (UNO d. Cooke 64. 64; Heller d. Mark DeMattheis (UNO 4-6, 6-0, 64. Doubles: Chambers-Hearn (UNC) d. Acioly-Ashby 6- 0, 64; Erskine-DeMattheis (UNO d. Petkovich-Heller 7- 5, 64; Sarner-Robbie Bach (UNO d. Barker-Avedikias 6-3,6-2. BASEBALL vs. Liberty Baptist, 7 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium Tuesday BASEBALL vs. Campbell, 3 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium LACROSSE vs. Duke, 8 p.m. at Astroturf field MEN'S TENNIS at Duke, 2 p.m. WOMEN'S TENNIS at Virginia, I p.m. 1 Wednesday BASEBALL vs. Wake Forest, 3 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium SOFTBALL vs. Winthrop College, 3 p.m. at Finley field m I I I r mm w a7M ELLIOT ROAD at E. 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