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Straight Up Builders undefeated in Coed Softball ,, BY PATTI ENGEL We have reached the halfway point of the Co Ed Softball sea- son. The new bathrooms are open, and are a very appreciated new building. The first game of the night was a thriller down to the wire. Lobster Trap took on Pebbly Beach Building Supply. Louis Mansanas opened the game with a double, followed by a triple from Chuy Sillas, then a triple from Aurora Felix. Aurora scored on the sacrifice fly, and the Lobster Trap had three on the board at the end of one. For Peb- bly Beach Building Supply, Robert Reyes took advantage of the wide open right field to hit an inside the park home run with a runner on. The Lobster Trap kept the lead with two more runs in the second. I-n the third the bats went wild for The Lobster Trap. A total of ten hits, including an inside the park homer from Mickey Mann, and an inside the park Grand Slam from LOuis Mansanas put another nine up. Pebbly Beach Building Sup- ply was keeping it close, with six hits, a walk an error and another inside the park homer from' Rob- eft Reyes to have seven cross the plate. Pebbly Beach Building Sup- ply crept closer in the fourth, with three more runs scored in the in- ning. With another run in the fifth, .Pebbly Beach Building Supply was down by one run. In the sixth inning time expired, but the inning was completed. With two outs and two runs in, Marie Chavez hit a line drive into left field. Manny Hernandez was rounding third to score wher the great throw from Josh Flynn to the equally great tag from Johnny Rome had Marmy out at the plate. Down by three, Peb- bly Beach Building Supply had two runs score before the third out was recorded. In a game that came down to the last out, The Lobster Trap held on to win l 6-15. For Pebbly Beach Building Supply, Joe Hemandez and Josh Butte both collected three hits. Robert Reyes, Beto Martin, John- ny Rome and Christina Butte all had two hits. With one hit each were Josh Flynn, Robby McCor- mick and Dustin Cookman. For the Lobster Trap Louis Mansanas and Manny Hemandez had three hits. Chuy Sillas, Jimmy Felix, Mickey Mann, Marie Ramirez, Aurora Felix, Susan Budd and Jenny Boys all collected two hits. Marie Chavez and Armando Pi- mentel each contributed one hit. The second game of the night was between the undefeated Straight Up Builders and the Catalina Cookie Co. Straight Up Builders got off to a fast start with four runs in the first. Catalina Cookie Co. answered back with a run. Straight Up Builders kept up the pressure .with two more runs in the second, and four in the third. Catalina Cookie Co. put an- other run on the board in the third. Straight Up Builders got one more in the fourth, then Catalina Cookie Co decided to make it a game and scored six in the bottom of the in- ning. Straight Up Builders wasn't giving up the lead, and added two runs in the fifth and another in the sixth. With time expired Catalina Cookie Co got another run across the plate, but fell short of the win. Final score Catalina Cookie Co 9, Straight Up Builders 14. For Catalina Cookie Co, Shawn Hall had three hits. Aaron Wood, Larry Hernandez, Nick Flores and Scotty Rohlfson all had two hits, while Bart Glass, Yolanda Perez and Samantha Penhall contributed one hit. For Straight Up Builders, Isaac Felix was four for four. Jus- tin Hernandez, Jose Cuevas and Ed Arnold all collected three hits. Jorge Hernandez and Maria Reyes had two hits. Frank Rojo and Cas- sandra Burch contributed one hit each. Lancers From page "1 FEB. 5, 1970 The Sugar Loaf has received several letters in response to the article in the Jan. 15 issue, with regards to a possible name change for the Lancers. Mr. Keith Andersen, class of '68 writes, "First of all as for the name and symbol in the future use of spirit, flags, rings and travel bags, I would suggest holding another contest--similar to that when the insignia was selected and drawn up for the school blazers. This insignia could then be sent to the Josten's Jewelry company, with which the school has been do- ing business for some years, and asked ifa new mold could be made in replica. This would require very little effort from the student coun- cil and I'm sure that Josten's'would be more than happy to oblige. "Sec(mdly, if a new name was inevitable, there shouldn't be any more printings of the Lancer Spirit flags and the surplus could be auctioned off to sentimental- ists like me. The ones the classes have now could be sold to any interested class member. I think the senior class should keep theirs and bury it as always in their time capsule in the Senior Lawn. Jim Smith the man who screened the Lancer flags would be willing to make new prints, provided he was given enough notice and coopera- tion from the student leaders." Mrs. Harry Hanover writes from Long Beach, "I suggest the name "Islanders." The present name "Lancers" can be changed to "Islanders" by adding "IS" and add a straight line to the "c" - Hence, Avalon Islanders or when Avalon is left off, Islanders. Catalina: 00e/4it00 Art Show and Sale atlhe Catalina Island Country Club Don't miss this special event featuring nine acclaimed plein air painters and their interpretations of Catalina's "Wild Side." Saturday, June I1, 2011 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. Catalina Country Club eistration ]normation online catalinaconservancg.or 5 Calendar From page 5 Catalina Island Museum (310} 510-2414; www.catalinamuseum.org 4 Annual 4M 0f July Parade, Rreworks Dirlay, Dinner at the Casino Ballroom The golf cart parade down Crescent Avenue begins at lpm. Enjoy a BBQ buffet dinner & music of the USC Marching Band in the Casino Ballroom with premium balcony viewing for the fireworks display over Avalon. Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce (310) 510-1520; www.CatalinaChamber.com '16 13th Annual Gold Star Dive Skin and scuba divers search for gold stars in Casino Point Underwater Park. This event is a fundraiser for the Sheriff's Department S.T.A.R. (Success through Awareness and Resistance) Program and the Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber. For more info call the LA County Sheriff's Dept (310) 510-0174 AUGUST 8/6-'1o/31 Before  Was Marilyn: Marilyn Memree on Catalina Island Born to an emotionally unstable mother, uncertain of her father's identity and shuffled off to live in the homes of rela- tives, an orphanage and a succession of foster homs, the early life of Norma leane Baker is hardly the background expected of one of the screen's most enduring legends. "Before She Was Madlyn" represents the first major exhibition documenting the early life of Marilyn M6nroe, and exhibits for the first time photographs from not only the Catalina Island Museum's own archive but from archives throughout the U.S. Candid and often disturbing, the exhibition exam- ines in detail the year Norma Jeane spent on Catalina Island Catalina Island Museum (310) 510-2414; www.catalinamuseum.org 6/20-S/2S Summer Day Camp 2011 - see June far description City of Avalon Recreation Department (310) 510-1987 6/28-8/25 Summer Beach Bingo (each Tueay & Thursday) - see June for description City of Avalon Recreation Department (310) 510-1987 6/29-8/24 Kid's Fishing Derby (each Weesday) - see June for description 8/13 Catalina Island Women's Forum Wioe Festival 16th annual fundraiser featuring over 80 wineries, delectable hers d'oeuvres and smooth jazz. Net proceeds help support mentoring and scholarship programs. Tickets are available at the Chamber of Commerce (310] 510-1520; www, CatalinaCbamber.cor 8/29-8/30 21st Annual Church Mouse Marlin Invitational Non-profit marlin fishing tournament, all proceeds donated to Catalina youth. Over $825,000 has been raised over the last 20 years! Captain's meeting Sunday, August 28th; fishing Monday and Tuesday, August 29-30. For more information call (310) 467-2371 or visit www.ChurchMouse.org. SEPTEMBER Date TBA Zane Grey Invitational Marlin Tournament Striped marlin fishing tournament limited to a maximum of 45 teams. Boasting a cash purse over $350,000, anglers engage in friendly competition over the four day event. Offshore Toumaments, Inc, (714) , . 258-0445; www.catahnaclassic.com Date TBA Avalon Billfish Classic 100% release marlin tournament using circle hooks only. Offshore Tournaments, Inc. (714) 25.8-0445; www.catalinaclassic. con1 Date TBA Catalina Classic Southem California's largest billfish toumamentl 50 teams will compete for more than $250,000 in cash and prizes. Offshore Toumaments; Inc. (714) 258- 0445; www.catalinaclassic.com. - 9/.16-9/.18 53rd Annual Festival ef Art Artists from all Over the countp] exhibit = along Crescent Avenue and sell theirvorks of fine art, sculpture, fine crafts & photog- raphy. Catalina Art Association (310) 510- 2788; www.catal inaartassociation.org OCTOBER ................... 6, 9, 13, 16, 20-23 The Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival This three weekend event features 30 different Calendar, Page 9 &BLAIR 310.510.0250 310.510.8957fx 8 ! Friday, May 20, 2011 The CATAUNA ISLANDER hi, Ililllllli|llllliillllll emmmmnnnFililmunlmlllll--- IT ..... Ilil [i |lNi00|m0000 ..................... n ........ II .................... I IIII .... I