8 MONTROSE VOICE / SEPTEMBER 27, 1985
Tennis Club Completes 1st Round of Championships
By Rich Corder
After a complete week of early rounds, the
Houston Tennis Club championship
results and next opponents are as follows.
Level I: Dick Cotten defeated Donny
Helley 6-0, 6-0, and now plays Shy Willie
who beat J. Ryan 6-3, 7-6 (7-5). Randall
Dickerson defeated Rick Hadnot 6-2, 6-3
and will meet No. 1 seed Jim Kitch who
defeated Ron Bell 6-1, 3-6, 6-2
Level II: J.C. Barrera defeated Rich
Corder 7-5, 6-2 and met Tiny Tim, who
defeated David Garza 6-7 (4-7), 7-5, 6-3.
Barrera then beat Tim in the semi-finals
7-5, 3-6, 6-3. Newcomer Xavier beat
another newcomer Marty by defeault,
then met David Robicheaux, the No. 1
seed, winning in straight sets 6-2, 6-2.
Robicheaux defeated Danny Casillas 6-3,
6-4 in the first round.
Level III: Pat Power defeated David Les
ter 6-1, 6-4 to get started, then beat 007
Garza 6-2, 7-5 to make it to the finals.
Garza defeated Boom Boom Heiland 6-1,
5-7,6-3 in the first round. Joel defeated Bill
Santaiti in the first round 6-1,2-6,7-6 (7-2).
Sebastian Velez beat Eddie Chavez in the
first round and will meet Joel in the semifinals. Velez and Joel are scheduling their
match with the winner to meet Power for
Level FV: No. 1 seed Eugene Brown
cruised past Gabe Herpin 6-0, 6-0 in the
first round. Dan Jackson beat Thomas
Cortez 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 to then meet Brown.
Brown won the first set 7-3 in a tie breaker
and took the second set 6-1. Jerel Shaw
knocked off Rick Massey 6-2, 6-2. Marcus
Lee defeated Rick Knapp 6-3, 6-1. Lee
defeated Shaw in the semi-finals 6-2, 7-6.
Brown and Marcus will meet for the title.
Level V: No. 1 seed Steve Bearden came
from behind to beat John Murphy 4-6, 6-3,
Outdoor Group Visiting Ranch
The Houston Outdoor Group (HOG) is venturing into Boeme, Texas, Sept. 27, for a
primitive backpacking trip. It is to take
place through Sept. 29 on a 5000 acre
ranch with hills, lakes and creeks.
On Oct. 5, the HOGs will have a potluck
covered dish dinner and movie. Participants should bring a dish that will feed
four to six persons.
For information on HOG or any
planned activities, call Jim at 680-3144 or
Larry at 521-3641.
Bacchus Finally Wins One While
Herricanes Remain Undefeated
Bacchus Boozers, with a 14-7 win over
Undercover, gained their first victory
after three weeks of play in Houston
Women's Softball's fall season. The Boozers winning streak was shortlived when
they suffered a 7-3 defeat at the hands of
the Ducks. The Boozers remain in the
basement of both the A Division and the
The Herricanes remain undefeated, Division A leaders, and league leaders with a
5-2 win over Coffee Beans.
Sport reins as the leader of the B Division. They trounced SoftTouch 17-2 after
barely losing to Coffee Beans 8-7.
Herricanes appear to have a comfortable two game lead in the A Division, but
Sport is followed by a mere half game by
MCCR Angels in the B Division. The
Angels fell to Hollywood Bears 8-2 in a
non-division contest. The Bears also
defeated Division A second-place holder
Marion and Lynn's Rebels 13-4.
In other action in week three of the WSL
season, Latin Express was defeated by
Undercover and SoftTouch, 8-2 and 3-2,
4 Ranch Hands
5 Kindred Spirits 1
6 Street Cats
7 611 III
9 Bacchus II
10 BRB Cowboys
12 Kindred Spirits II
13 Too 611
15 Al's Pals
16 Sally's Shooters
18 Yard Dogs
SportsVoice Calendar & Standings
Regular Weekly Events
SUNDAY: Frontrunners. Memorial Park Tennis Center
Houston Tennis Club 9am-Noon, Homer
Ford Tennis Center
Houstons Women's Softball League
competition, 9am-6pm, Heights-Lyons Field,
Shepherd at 13th
Women's Bowling League 5pm, Stadium
W.W.B. Bowling League 7:30pm, Post
MONDAY: Frontrunners, Golf Center, Hermann Park
MSA Men's Bowling 9pm, Stadium Bowl
TUESDAY: Frontrunners. Memorial Park
MSA "Fun Volleyball League." 7pm
WEDNESDAY: Houston Tennis Club plays
7:30pm Homer Ford Tennis Center
MSA Pool League, 8pm, in sponsors'
THURSDAY: Frontrunners, Memorial Park
MSA Mixed Bowling League 9pm. Stadium Bowl
Sept. 15.22.29: Houston Tennis Club Singles
Oct. 12-13: Annual Texas-OU Tennis Classic, Dallas
Oct.: Texas-OU Football Weekend, Dallas
Nov. 9-11: Houston Tennis Assn, "Hou-Tex
6-4. Paul Brown beat Steve Chesney, 7-6
(7-3), 0-6,6-1. Brown is now scheduling his
quarterfinals match with Bill Green. The
winner will meet Bearden. Randy Miller
beat Joe D. 6-2, 6-3. The results of the
Miller-Rick Martinez match was unavailable at press time. No. 2 seed Steve Bryant
defeated newcomer Rudy Garcia 6-0, 6-1
and will face either Miller or Martinez in
Level I: Cotten or Willie will play Dicker-
son or Kitch
Level II: Barrera vs. Xavier
Level III: Power vs. Joel or Velez
Level IV: Brown vs. Lee
Level V: Green or Brown vs. Bearden to
meet Bryant or Miller—Martinez
Signing Up for
The Oak Lawn Tennis Association
(OLTA) is hosting the sixth annual Texas-
OU Classic October 11-13. Entry forms
have been received in Houston and Rick
Hadnot is coordinating the participants,
providing entry forms, and information.
Hadnot can be reached by calling 526-
Again this year the competition will be
in Singles A, B, C and Doubles A and B.
Entry fee is $18 for singles and $22 per
team in doubles.
OLTA provides housing and transportation as requested by entrants. OLTA
brought 19 players to Houston forthe 1985
Texas Cup competition. The Houston Ten-
niB Club is hoping to top that number for
the trip to Dallas.
Bacchus I Still
Leads in Pool
Bacchus I continued to hold to the top spot
in the MSA Billiards League following the '
I9th week of competition, despite losing 10
games in the Wednesday meeting, Sept.
18. They now have 15 wins and 4 losses in
the match column.
Results of Sept. 25 action will appear
Following Bacchus I, at one match back
with a 14 and 5 match record each, are The
Barn, Lipstick and the Ranch Hands.
The Ranch Hands had been slowly
inching their way up the standings and
trailed Lipstick by only 12 games after 19
weeks, says league secretary Dennis Lord.
MSA Pool League
Standings. Summer League
FOLLOWING WEEK 19
TEAM This Week. Matches so tar. Total games
1 Bacchus I 5-10 15-4 175-110
2 The Barn 10-5 14-5 189-96
Houston Tennis Club
matches through Sept. 22
TOP TEN LADDER
1 Jim Kitch 6 J.C Barrera
2 Randall Dickerson 7 Rich Corder
3 Rick Hadnot 8 Rick Dupont
4 Donny Kelley 9 Shy Willie
5 Ron Bell 10 Armi Albanza
1 Tiny Tim 6 Sebastian Velez
2 Oscar Martinez 1 #007
3 David Heiland 8 Larry Jarvis
4 Richard Pregeant 9 Rick Massey
5 Ron McCauley 10 Steve Bearden
1 Eddie Chavez 6 Billy Green
2 Thomas Cortez 7 Steve Bryant
3 Joe L. 8 Roy Mendiola
4 Rick Knapp 9 John Murphy
5 Gabe Herpin 10 Paul Brown
1 Daiwid Hendrickson 6 Mike Holloway
2 Oscar Ysassi 7 Randy Miller
3 Steve Chesney 8 Joe D
4JV Klinger 9 David Moskowitz
5 Rick Martinez 10 Howard Brown
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