OCTOBER 4. 1985/ MONTROSE VOICE 15
Rain Shortens Softball Games; Coffee Beans Win
Although many of the games scheduled
for week four play in the Women's Softball
League were cancelled due to last Sunday's rain, Coffee Beans managed to hand
the Latin Express another loss. The Coffee
Beans roasted the Express 14-1.
Winless with one tie, Latin Express comfortably holds on to its basement position
in the B Division. Coffee Beans, now with
two wins, is two games ahead of winless
Bacchus Boozers in the A Division.
Also, before the rains ended the day's
play, Ducks and B Division-leading Sport
managed a 4-4 tie.
Standings in the A Division are almost
certain to change after this coming week's
action. Fifth place Coffee Beans will challenge No. 4 Ducks at 9:00 a.m. The Ducks
will take on third place Hollywood Bears
at 11:00 a.m.. Number two Marion &
Lynn's Rebels will try to spoil Herricanes
Houston Tennis Club Ready for
Their Championship Matches
The players are all set for the championship matches for Houston Tennis Club
Singles for 1985. Five champions will be
crowned in the following levels of competition.
Level I: No. 1 seed Jim Kitch got a
default win into the finals to meet No. 2
seed Dick Cotten, as expected. Cotten
swept into the finals with a 6-1,6-0 victory
over long-time member Shy Willie.
Level II: The tournament committee
really missed it by putting Xavier Bazan
into this level. He upset No. 1 seed David
Robicheaux 6-2, 6-2 last week, and then
sent No. 2 seed J.C. Barrera packing this
week 6-1, 6-0.
Level III: No. 1 seed Pat Power is
ready, willing, and waiting for his championship match with No. 2 seed Sebastian
Velez. Velez won his semifinal match with
Joel, 6-1,6-4 and will meet Power this Sunday for the championship.
Level IV: No. 1 seed Eugene Brown is
in the finals with No.2 seed Marcus Lee.
They are both coming and going out of
town right now, so we don't know when
this championship match will be played.
Level V: Billy Green got a default win
from Paul Brown to meet No. 1 seed Steve
Bearden in the semifinals. Bearden pulled
it out 6-4, 5-7, 6-1. No. 2 seed Steve Bryant
met newcomer Randy Miller in the semis
and Miller got his name in the news, winning 6-4,6-2. Bearden and Miller play Sunday for the championship.
Level I: Jim Kitch vs. Dick Cotten
Level II: Xavier Bazan d. Barrera, 6-1,
6-0 for title
Level III: Pat Power vs. Sebastian
Level IV: Eugene Brown vs. Marcus
Level V: Steve Bearden vs. Randy
n Texas-OU Classic
Rick Hadnot reports that 21 players are
already planning to play in Dallas
October 12-13. He says there is plenty of
time remaining to enter. For information
or entry forms, call Hadnot at 526-0315.
Downtown Y Hosting Powerlifing
Tournament in November
The Downtown YMCA, 1600 Louisiana,
will host the Sixth Annual Edward S.
Hudson Memorial Powerlifting Championships on Saturday, November 9. The
event, formerly known as the Gulf Coast
Now 2nd Place
Taking advantage of losses by The Barn
and Lipstick, Ranch Hands jumped from
fourth to second in the MSA Pool League
standings. With 20 weeks of play completed and two weeks remaining, Bacchus
I remained the league leader.
Powerlifting Championships, will consist
of three lifts—full squat, bench press and
dead lift. Each contestant will have three
attempts in each lift.
The contests, for men and women, will
begin at 9:00 a.m. with participants checking in at 7:00 a.m. The entry fee is $20.
Trophies will be awarded to the top three
in each weight class, in the open and
novice. There will be five awards in the
master's and women's divisions.
This is the oldest powerlifting meet in
Texas and will be open to all spectators.
Admission is free.
For more information, contact John
Dettmann, at the Downtown YMCA, 659-
unbeaten record at 2:00 p.m.
Other A Division action will see Bacchus tackle Herricanes at 10:00 a.m.; Rebels meet Coffee Beans at 12:00 noon, and
Bears play Bacchus at 1:00 p.m.
In the B Division, MCCR Angles face
Undercover at 3:00 p.m. and Latin
Express at 6:00 p.m. Earlier in the day at
4:00 p.m., the Express will face Sport, and
No. 4 Undercover will face third place
SoftTouch at 5:00 p.m..
All games are played at Heights Lions
Field, Shepherd at 13th.
With the fall season nearing its end, the
league is accepting nominations for 1986
officers. Persons wishing to run for office
must turn in their names to league secretary Carolyn Collins.
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
Oct. 12-13: Annual Texas-OU Tennis Classic. Dallas
Oct.: Texas-OU Football Weekend, Dallas
Nov. 9-11: Houston Tennis Assn. "Hou-Tex
June 1986: Oak Lawn Tennis Assoc, hosts
Texas Cup Challenge, Dallas, competing
with Houston Tennis Club
Summer 1986: United Slates Olympic Festival, Houston
MSA Pool League
Standings, Summer League
FOLLOWING WEEK 20
TEAM This Week,
1 Bacchus I
2 Ranch Hands
3 The Barn
5 Street Cats
6 611 III
8 Bacchus II
9 Kindred Spirits I
11 BRB Cowboys
12 Kindred Spirits II
13 Too 611
14 The 611
15 Al's Pals
16 Sally's Shooters
19 Yard Dogs
far. Total games
Houston Tennis Club
matches through Sept. 30
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 7 #007 (Lou Garza)
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 Rick Martinez
2 Oscar Vsassi 7 Mike Holloway
3 Steve Chesney 8 Joe D.
4 J.V. Klinger 9 David Moskowitz
5 Randy Miller 10 Howard Brown
Women's Softball League
Coffee Beans 14, Latin Express 1
Ducks 4. Sport 4
other games postponed due to rain
Following Week 4
Won Lost Pet GB
Herricanes 5 0 1000 —
Marion & Lynns Rebels 3 2 .600 2
Hollywood Bears 2 2 . .500 2\".
Ducks 2>h 2tt .500 2M
Coffee Beans 2 3 400 3
Bacchus Boozers 0 5 .000 5
3 1 750 -
2\- IM .625 »
2 2 500 1
2 2 .500 1
•6 3'A .125 2%
Sunday. Oct. 6
Coffee Beans vs Ducks, 9am
Bacchus vs Herricanes, 10am
Ducks vs Hollywood Bears, 11am
Marion & Lynn's Rebels vs Coffee Beans. 12noon
Hollywood Bears vs Bacchus, 1pm
Herricanes vs. Marion & Lynn's Rebels, 2pm
MCCR Angels vs Undercover, 3pm
Latin Express vs. Sport. 4pm
Undercover vs Soft Touch. 5pm
MCCR Angels vs Latin Express, 6pm
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