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BY DOUG RUTTER
Brunswick Shores Post 445 took
advantage of six errors by Burgaw
Post 165 in a 9-4 American Legion
baseball win Friday night at the
West Brunswick High School field.
With just five hits in the game.
Brunswick Shores rode the solid
pitching of starter Scott Gore and re
liever Brian Ricker. They combined
for 14 strikeouts
Gore got the win after giving up
four runs and six hits in 6. 2/3 in
nings. The hard-throwing, right-han
der recorded 10 strikeouts and issued
six walks. Ricker held Burgaw hit
less while striking out four batters.
Nobody had more than one hit for
Brunswick Shores, which scored
seven unearned runs. Ken Ickes and
Darrell Cavanaugh led Burgaw with
two singles apiece.
The victory snapped a three-game
losing skid for Post 445, which had
lost Monday at Warsaw and Tuesday
to Whiteville. Bnmswick Shores im
proved to 2-5 with the win.
The hosts jumped out to a 1-0
lead in the first inning. Lead-off hit
ter Gregg Mott was hit by a pitch
and scored from third on a two-out
wild pitch by Post 165 pitcher Chris
Burgaw tied the score at I-1 in
the top of the second when Cava
naugh singled and scored on an in
field throwing error.
Post 445 took the lead for gtxnl
with two runs in the bottom of the
second inning. Wayne Branch
reached base on an error and scored
on another wild pitch, liric McMa
han walked and scored on an error.
Burgaw trimmed Brunswick
Shores' lead to 3-2 in the sixth when
Gore issued a bases-loaded walk to
Wirth Wells. Gore avoided further
damage by getting Lee Stone to
ground out to end the inning.
Post 445 pulled away with four
runs in the bottom of the sixth. Jason
Bracey singled and scored on a base
hit by McMahan. Eric Johnson, who
reached base on an error, scored
from third on a double steal.
With runners at second and third
and two outs, Burgaw decided to is
sue an intentional walk to Gore.
However, Pearce's 3-1 pitch sailed
over the head of catcher Kevin Cus
McMahan scored easily from
third, and Mott came all the way
home from second base when Cus
son threw to second in an attempt to
get Gore, who took two bases after
ball four rolled to the backstop.
Gore left the game in the seventh
inning after giving up three straight
hits and two unearned runs to Post
Brunswick Shores closed out the
scoring with two runs in the seventh.
Bryan Fleming walked ?rv.i scored
ts Error-Prone Burgaw
from second on an infield error, center into a double play. The runner
Branch later scored on a wild pitch. at second base thought the ball was
Brunswick Shores benefited from going to fall for a hit but he was
three base-running mistakes by Bur- doubled up.
gaw that spoiled several scoring op- Brunswick Shores had three road
portunities. Post 165 had runners games scheduled this week. Post
picked off in the third and fifth in- 445 was slated to visit Whiteville
nings with runners in scoring posi- Tuesday night. Winter Park Wednes
tion. day and Bladenboro Friday.
The visitors also had the bases Game Summary
loaded with no outs in the second Burgaw. 0 I 0 0 0 I 20 0?4 6 6
when Post 445 converted a fly to B. Shores I 2 000 4 2 OX?9 54
Shores Splits With Post 10
Brunswick Shores Post 445 and Wilmington, which fell to 6-2.
Wilmington Post 10 split their On Sunday, Eric Faulk pitched a
home-and-home American Legion one-hitter to lead Post 10 to a 13-3
baseball series Sunday and Monday, win in Wilmington. Faulk had eight
with each team winning on its home strikeouts and Shawn Gallagher had
Held. three hits to lead Post 10.
Post 445 edged Post 10 2-1 In league action last Tuesday.
Monday night, getting a complete- Whiteville Post 137 rolled to a 10-1
game. HX-hit performance from win over Brunswick Shores in
pitcher Eric Johnson, a rising junior Shallotte. Tony Rhodes pitched a
at West Brunswick High School. four-hitter for the winners.
Johnson struck out seven batters Whiteville took a 1-0 lead in the
to lead Post 445 to its second win in first inning on Jamie Townsend's
the last three games. Joey Medlin RBI single. Brett Harwood's two
drove in one run for Brunswick run triple highlighted a three-run
Shores, and Post 10 pitcher Mike filth inning for Post 137.
Maley balked the other run home. Gregg Mott's RBI single in the
Brunswick Shores improved to 3-6 bottom of the fifth trimmed White
in the Area 11 Eastern League. Maley ville's lead to 4-1, but Post 137 bat
and Tony Pigott combined on a five- ted around in the eighth and broke
hitter for defending league champ the game open with five runs.
To Be Offered
At Links Pool
An "aquacise" water aerobics
class will be held at the Lockwood
Folly Golf Links pool on Tuesday
and Thursday mornings from 9-10.
Participants should bring a hat for
sun protection, wear waterproof sun
screen and bring a container of wa
ter to drink during class.
There will be a $20 per month fee
or a $3 per class drop-in fee.
For more information, call Emma
T. McGraw at the Brunswick
County Parks and Recreation
Department, 253-4357 or 1-800
Guy Wescott of Bolivia earned
the top mileage award for bicycling
during the Brunswick County Parks
and Recreation Department's obser
vance of National Physical Fitness
Month in April and May.
He cycled 526 miles in April and
438 miles in May.
Bill Schuck of Long Beach re
ceived a top mileage award for
walking during both months, with
54.6 miles in April and 86.5 in May.
Linda Hankins received top
mileage award for running 95 miles
in May. No running logs were
turned in for April.
Participants were asked to keep
daily records of mileage in running,
bicycling or walking.
Evans Leads Bowlers
Waddell Evans rolled a 279 high
game and 636 scratch series to lead
the men in the Woodmen ot the
World League last Friday at Bruns
wick County Bowling Center in
Other high rollers included Bill
Shoemaker with a 229 high game
and 589 scratch series; Myron Cum
bee, 224, 566. Lee Harris. 222. 619:
Tom Haley. 219. 597; Chris Chap
pell. 214, 566; Mike Clardy. 213.
608; Mike Hardee. 213. 546; Billy
Lewis, 208, 561; Bob Fluegel, 208,
497; Ervin Stanley, 204. 530; Den
nis Harpster, 203, 569; and Michael
Among the women. Debbie Cum
bee rolled the high game of 215 and
Ellen Benton had the high scratch
series with 514. Cumbee had a 490
series, and Benton rolled a 201
Other top female finishers includ
ed Mimi O'Sullivan with a 193 high
game and 500 scratch series, Wanda
Evans with 190 and 470 and Regina
Lyles with 180 and 474.
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STAF* PHOTO BY DOUG RUTTER
POST 445 PITCHER Scott Gore struck out 10 batters Friday night
as Brunswick Shores heat Burlaw 9-4.
IN COED LEAGUE
Southporf Upsets Town Creek
Southpnrt "A" upset Town Creek Supply blasted Shell Point 18-4.
18-15 Saturday night in Brunswick Interdivision play begins this
Baptist Association Coed Softball Saturday at Supply and Southport.
League Division 2 play at Smithville No games are scheduled during the
Township Park in Southport. Fourth of July weekend.
It was just the third win in 10 Baptist Softball League
games this season for fifth-place Standings As Of June 24
Southport. while second-place Town DIVISION 1
Creek dropped to 6-4. Team Wins Losses
Division 2 leader Mount Olive re
mained undefeated Saturday with a
Gospel Brunswick 7 3
14-9 victory over Faith. Oak Island- eu^n'n ?
Bethel defeated Southport B" 12-4 Shell Point 5 5
in the night's final game. Jenn.es Branch 3
e e Soldier Bay I 9
In Division I. the top three teams DIVISION 2
won their games Saturday night at Team Wins Losses
Lockwood Folly Township Park in Mount Olive 10 0
Supply. Town Creek 6 4
Calvary remained in first place Faith 5 5
with a 14-13 win over Soldier Bay, Oak Island-Bethel 5 5
Gospel Center-Brunswick Islands Southport "A" 3 7
edged Jennies Branch 9-8. and Southport "B" I 9
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