May 1965 Champs

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May 1965 Champs - CLASS A BASEBALL Neptune Tops Middletown to Win...
CLASS A BASEBALL Neptune Tops Middletown to Win Title NEPTUNE - Steve OutiHol survived a rocky first inning and then went on to pitch Neptune Neptune to a 4-2 4-2 4-2 triumph over Middletown Middletown Township yesterday in a game that clinched a second straight Shore Conference A Division Division baseball championship and an undefeated 14-0 14-0 14-0 league season. Coach George Spillane's Fillers, Fillers, who have lost only once in 20 starts this season, put across single runs in the first and third innings to tie the game and clinched the decision on two in the fifth. Middletown hopped off to a j quick 2-0 2-0 2-0 lead on Bob Capalbo's j double, singles by Jim Griffin1 D-NORTII D-NORTII D-NORTII BASEBALL Shore Clinches (Press Photo) and Bill Kalkhof, and a Neptune Neptune error. The Fliers came right back for a run in the bottom of the inning on a walk to Bill Eckart, Ron McLaughlin's double and Ted Beekman's sacrifice fly. Bill Eckart singled, stole second second and tied the score on Pat Day's single in the third. Day opened the decisive fifth with a single, stole second and scored on Beekman's double double down the right field line. Terry Eckart then singled home Beekman. Cutillo, a ft-5 ft-5 ft-5 Flier basketball basketball star, struck out nine, walked walked two and gave up six hits. Dave (Dixie) Abdella hurled the! entire way for the losing Lions, j He also fanned nine, walked one i and tossed a six-hitter. six-hitter. six-hitter. Second place Middletown wound up with ' a 12-2 12-2 12-2 league record with both! losses to Neptune. j ! Brick Routs Rod Rank! BRICK TOWNSHIP - Brick Township High School's baseball team pounded out 18 hits off four Red Bank pitchers and beat i the Bucaneers 19-6 19-6 19-6 yesterday. ! The win put the Green Drag- Drag- j ons in a threeay tie for third 1 in the conference with Mon-: Mon-: Mon-: Monmouth Regional and Free-j Free-j Free-j mouth Regional and Freehold' Regional, all with 7-7 7-7 7-7 marks. In the fourth inning Glen Crown Lampa and Art Baumann singled singled and Steve Rabbitt walked to load the bases. Jay Scnd-ziks' Scnd-ziks' Scnd-ziks' bunt single scored Lampa. Ernie Baumann singled in Art Baumann and Rabbitt. Sendzik and Ernie Baumann scored on Al Zablosky's single. Bill Lar-kin Lar-kin Lar-kin singled Zablosky to third and stole second. Lampa's second second single of the inning sent Larkin and Zablosky home. Three errors, a balk and five singles scored seven runs in the sixth inning. Red Bank scored three runs in the fifth and three in the seventh seventh innings. After Tom Hartley and Gary Snover walked, Jamie Williams singled to score Hartley in the fifth inning. Pat Geroni's long single scored Snover and Williams. Williams. In the seventh Geroni singled, Rich Mosca walked and both scored on Jim Mottine's triple. Mottine came home on a bad throw. a at

Clipped from Asbury Park Press29 May 1965, SatPage 13

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)29 May 1965, SatPage 13
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