ISC results for Sat

ISC results for Sat

Post by Al Dor » Mon, 18 Aug 1997 04:00:00

73      A       8:00pm  W-69 Abbotsford BC Fast as Flight  -3
vs L-65 Midland MI Explorers -2
WP: Dave Todruk  6IP, 1ER, 6BB, 14K
Shane Kirkwood (W) 1IP, 1H
WC: Randy Cline
LP: Doug Sleep 6.2IP, 2ER, 5H, 1BB, 11K
LC: Gary Doyle
Leading Hitters, Fast as Flight: Mike Larabee 1-2, RBI
Mark Kwak 2-3, 2B, 3B
Brent Giochetti reached on a fielders choice, went to 2b on a SAC
bunt, scored on Mike Larabees 2b.
Notes: This BC-based team continues to amaze.


79      A       8:00pm  W-73 Fast as Flight -0
vs W-74 Victoria Legends -7
WP: Rick Smith 0.0IP
Derrick Coleman (W) 6IP, 4H, 2BB, 6K
WC: Doug Chase
LP: Shane Kirkwood (L) 5.2IP, 4ER, 3H, 2BB, 6K
David Todonuk 0.0IP, 1ER, 2H
Trevor Klein 0.1IP, 2ER, 2H, 1K
LC: Randy Cline
Shane Kirkwood tired in the 6th and he hit Gary Hermson with a pitch
on an
0-2 count.  Hermson scores on a single by Keith MacKintosh.  Kevin
hit his 2nd HR, a 3 run shot.  

Notes:  Rick Smith started on the *** for Victoria, but after one
called illegal, the coach pulled him out of the game and replaced him
Derrick Coleman.  This was a hard fought, well played game, with the
tied 0-0 going into the 6th inning when the Legend's bats got very hot
they charged ahead to a 7-0 mercy.

Saturday, August 16
81      A       2:00pm  L-78  Owen Sound Tiremen -2
vs W-79 Victoria Legends -3
WP: Derrick Coleman 0IP, 1ER, 1H
Korrey Gareau (W) 8IP, 1ER, 5H, 3BB, 12K
WC: Barrie Penman
LP: Frank Cox  5IP, 4H, 2BB, 6K
Brad Underwood (L) 3IP, 1ER, 3H, 4K
LC: Darryl Sprung
Leading Hitters, Legends, Rick Elias 2-4
Gary Hermson 2-4
Kevin Bobnoke's 8th inning single plated Rick Elias for the winning

82      A       4:00pm  L-77 Tampa Bay Smokers - 6
vs W-80 Larry Miller Toyota -2
WP: Darren Zack 0.0IP, 1ER, 2H, 1BB
Todd Martin (W) 6IP, 1ER, 2H, 1BB, 7K
Craig Newton 1IP, 2K
WC: Todd Garcia
LP: Peter Meredith (L) 0.1IP, 4ER, 4H, 1BB
Dwayne Dyck 6.1IP, 2ER, 4H, 1BB
LC: Chip Ehlers
Leading Hitters, Smokers, Todd King, 3-4, 3B
Steve Schott 2-4
David Boys 1-4, HR, 3RBI
Barry Kahlar 2-3, HR, RBI
David Boys 3Run HR highlighted a 4Run 1st inning. The Smokers never
after that.
LMT: Kyle Magnuson 2-3
Notes: Before the game got underway, Peter Porcelli, Jr., GM of the
called for the protest committee.  They met behind home plate at the
and it appeared Porcelli had a major complaint about the illegal
being called.  (It was later reported that Porcelli had filed a letter
the ISC just prior to the game to the effect that he has requested
that the
contract for the 1998 ISC's scheduled for Clearwater FL, be cancelled.
report was NOT able to be substantiated at the time of this report.)

83      A       6:00pm  W-77 The Farm -7
vs W-78 Green Bay All Car -2
WP: Jody Hennigar (W) 7IP, 2ER, 7H, 1BB, 5K
WC: Tim Wahl
LP: Michael White (L) 2.1IP, 4ER, 4H, 1BB, 1K
Mike Piechnik 4.2IP, 3ER, 7H, 1BB, 6K
LC: Mark Sorenson
Leading Hitters: The Farm, Steve King 2-4, HR, 2RBI
Tim Hildebrandt 2-4
Tim Wahl 1-3, HR, 2RBI
Brian Neveau 2-4, RBI
Chris Dallarwalk 1-3, HR, 2RBI
Green Bay hit early and were 2-0 over the Farm after one inning but
then the
Farm scored early and often. Chris Dallarwalk's 2nd inning 2Run HR was
GWRBI.  Steve King's solo HR in the 5th and Tim Wahl's solo in the 7th
the other big blows
Green Bay: Brian Paton 2-4
Adam Smith 2-3

84      A       8:00pm  W-81 - Victoria Legends -3
vs W-82 - Tampa Bay Smokers -2
This was probably the most exciting game of the tournament yet!
The illegal pitch was not an issue for this game and Korry Gareau of
Victoria threw heat for 8 strong innings, as did the Zee-Man, Darren
Tied 2-2 in the bottom of 8, Legends catcher Barry Pennman hit a
Home Run to end the game and send the large crowd into a state of joy.
was a shame that somone had to lose this one but the Smokers did, and
Legends move on to play Green Bay All Car at noon on Sunday.

Sunday, August 17
85      A       Noon            W-84 - Victoria Legends
vs L-83 Green Bay All Car
86      A       ****            W-83 - The Farm Tavern
 vs W85
87      A       ****            L-86 if first loss vs W-86

NOTE: The 1999 ISC World Tournament was awarded to Sioux City Iowa.

-Al Doran