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Catalina Express and Straight Up Builders Get Wins CATALINA EXPRESS WINS THE FIRST GAME OF FRIDAY, JULY 13.PREVIOUSLY UNDEFEATED BRAVO'S LANDSCAPING LOSES THE SECOND GAME. STRAIGHT UP BUILDERS SCORED MANY RUNS. BY PATTI ENGEL Glenmore Hotel versus Catalina Express The first game featured Glen- more Hotel and Catalina Express. Catalina Express started off strong with three runs. Two more fol- lowed in the bottom of the sec- ond. In the third, Glenmore Hotel got on the board with three base . - - hits and an error that scored three runs, followed by the two run hom- er from Jorge Hernandez to tie the game, Catalina Express regained the lead with a run in the bottom of the inning. Defense ruled the next two in- nings. Glenmore Hotel tied the game in the top of the sixth. Cata- lina Express answered back with a rally that put together six base hits, two walks and an error to have six cross the plate to regain the lead. The lead see=sawed again in the top of the seventh. Glenmore Ho- tel had four runs home when San- tiago Martinez hit an inside the park home run to score three runs and regain the lead. With time expired, Catalina Express got their last at-bat, and made the most of it. With one out, Catalina Express scored two to win the game. Final score was Glenmore Hotel 13, Catalina Ex- press 14. For Glenmore Hotel, Billy Boyd was three for three with a walk. Santiago Martinez also col- lected three hits. Sean Amoroso, Jorge Hernandez, Jim Amoroso and Edmundo Vega all had two hits. Mario Jimenez, Jr., Phil Lo- pez, Garrett Amoroso, Michael Rodriguez and Dehler Amoroso all contributed one hit'. For Catalina Express, Eddie Hall was three for three. Justin Hernandez also collected three hits. Josh Flynn had two hits. With one hit each were Chuy Sil- las, Adam Nelson, Curtis Hall, the radio KISL, Avalon's own radio sta- tion presents the following home- grown shows: Afterglow. Sundays and Mon- days 7-8 p.m. Relax and be in- spired with the masterful sounds of classic jazz hits. The Wade McDonald Show. Tuesdays 6-8 p.m. Down to earth and sounds of nature from the heart and soul. The African Nomad. Tues- days 8:30-10 p.m. Travel the Afri- can continent with botanist, surfer, and traveler Pete Dixon. The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn. Monday, Wednesday- Friday 8-9 p,m. An excursion to the inner sanctum of the soul of rock and roll. Ladies' Night. Thursdays 6-8 p.m. Stroll through the garden of great female artists from yester- day, today and tomorrow. Johnny B-Side with Johnny. Thursdays 8-10 p.m. Listen to the other side of Rock that you thought you knew. KISSEL Radio Hour with Freakdog. Fridays, 9 a.m.-mid- night. Music, thoughts, deep thoughts and music ... and one heck of a night. Tea-n Time. Saturdays 4-6 p.m. Teens-only take charge of the radio waves with music, gossip and good advice. Rapidly Rotating Records. Saturdays and Sundays 6-7 p.m. Toe tapping 78 rpms from the '20s and '30s. KISL's longest running show ! Radio Free Catalina with Stev-o, Rambo and Friends. Saturdays, 9 p.m.-midnight. Mu- sic, all things Avalon and ... any- thing else discussed. Beatles on the Rock. Sun- days 9-12 a.m. (rebroadcast Tues- days-Thursdays, 9 a.m.-noon). A slow-working espresso shot of the Beatles. Jay Jay con Queso y Alex. Sundays, noon-2 p.m. When these three ingredients combine you get a full meal of music and... Random Tape. Brought to you by David Weinberg, it is like drop- ping a box of photographs and picking up one at a time. Joey Hall and Bart Glass. Straight Up Builders versus Bravo's Landscaping The second game of the night was between looking for a win Straight Up Builders, and un- defeated Bravo's Landscaping. Straight Up Builders ended the first with two runs. A small time out followed while Cookie the Dog ran the outfield. Straight Up Builders continued the offensive drive with another six runs in the second before Mar- co Gallegos hit the dirt at second and still threw out Allan Vega to end the inning. Straight Up Build- ers added one more in the third. Larry Hernandez showed his great reflexes at pitcher to rob Kenny Engel of the base hit. In the bottom of the fourth Bravo's ,-_ndscaping got on the board witli :Vgeston Leonhardi's two RBI hore run. One more run followed. 3ravo's Landscaping added anothx run in the fourth. Straight Up tuilders had two more cross the plae in the sixth before Allan Vega vas again robbed, this time by Kenay Engel catching the pop fly out of bounds. The game continued to be all Straight Up Builders, with another six runs in the seventh. Joe Her- nandez led off the seventh for Bra- vo's Landscaping with a home run. An out later, Robert Reyes hit an mm, Margarita Ponce Madsa Morones Matt Butch Cassandra Ponce thnturdav. Ju 21 Alexa Clsneros Dun'on Hall Ethan Madncovlch Feltcia Bogard Yannlck Walker Turtle Castellance Marina Walker ,OtP & Pare Birthdays Sunday. July 22 Cameron Campbell- Brenna Thompson Conner Jorge Torres Adam Pool Andre Morano Trevor Smith Lillian Guerrero W0dnetdav. July 25 Zane Tones Helen Howard Judy Escoto Butch Rinehart Chell Leyva Miles Radde Katrina Lee Nancy Kellogg Jodle Moran Marly Sampson Jenlece Neville Laude Hill Anniversaries r.alm, amal Jeff & Tdsh Kroeker Dessert Island 417 Crescent Ave Cre=m ..e on your Sui|arloaf Video 40 Oesz.nt Ave G one fru o. II1' your Idrthdayl ,' inside the park homer for the sec- ond run Of the inning. Straight Up Builders added to their lead with a run in the eighth, followed by five more in the ninth. Two of the runs came from Mickey Mann's inside the park home run. Bottom of the ninth, and Bob Kennedy started with his fourth hit of the game. Bravo's Land- scaping continued to struggle of- fensively, and only one run scored. The game ended with the score Bravo's Landscaping 7, Straight Up Builders 23. For Bravo's Landscaping, Bob Kennedy was four for four. Weston Leonhardi and Joe Hernandez col- lected two hits. Marco Gallegos, Dave Hubert, Robert Reyes, Ken- ny Engel and Gilberto Gamboa all had one hit. For Straight Up Builders, Beto Martin was four for four. J.D. Laflin also had four hits. Larry Hernandez, Mario Jimenez Sr., Mickey Mann and Juan De La Cruz collected three hits. Isaac Felix and Allan Vega had two hits, while Dustin Cookman and Mario Chavez contributed one hit. Schedule for Friday, July 20 6 p.m.--Bravo's Landscaping versus Glenmore Hotel 7:45 p.m.--Catalina Express versus Straight Up Builders Standings Bravo's Landscaping--3-1 Catalina Express--2-2 Glenmore Hotel--l-2-1 Straight Up Builders--l-2-1 Top Batters Justin Hernandez--.824 Eddie Ha11--.692 Bob Kennedy--.667 Josh Flynn--.647 Garrett Amoroso--.600 Jim Amoroso--.571 Weston Leonhardi--.571 Marco Gallegos--.556 Santiago Martinez--.538 Beto Martin--.533 Now. open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner from m3oam until Io:cx:,l'nn. After dinner DJ Thursday thrrmgh Sunday. .............................. : ......... riaa;, Jub' 2o: 26:"i7 THE CATAMNA ISLANDER :_a_