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Friday, July 24, 1998 The CATALINA ISLANDER Page 7 I I byLOLO SALDANA The three teams to advance in Avalon Kid Baseball's tournament are Catalina Auto & Bike, Exchange and Fred & Sally's. After the day's play, a coin toss was held by all three teams to determine which two teams would play on Wednesday, July 22. The winner of the toss was Catalina Auto & Bike who drew a bye. They will play at 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 26 for the tourna- ment championship. Their oppo- nent will be the winner of Wednesday's game between Exchange and Fred & Sally's. Sunday's tournament games started with league champs Fred & Sally's playing and defeating Rotary by a score of 9 to 2. Win- ning pitcher Justin Hernandez allowed only two hits, which were for second by TYLER ENGEL In the first game of the day last week Vons defeated Fine Line by a score of 8 to 5. With this win Vons moved into a tie for second place. For Fine Line Vicki Rogers went .three for thre~ and with two hits each were Erica Cushing and Pam Albers. For Vons Patti Engel, Rosa Valenzuela, Cindy Rinehart and Alison Adkins each had two hits. In the second game of the day last week SCICo continued its undefeated streak with a victory over Harbor Marine by a score of 16 to 5. For Harbor Marine Angel Campbell had two hits. For SCICo Diana Leonhardi and Jani Eisenhut each went four for four. Ofelia Jimenez had three hits, including one home run and Tracy Mires, Lupe Sanchez, Kai Aquinde and Bonnie Hardey all collected two hits. LEAGUE STANDINGS SCICo 10-0 Vons 4-5-1 Fine Line 4-5-1 Harbor Marine 1-9 both to Cooper Cameron. Team- with a score of 13 to 10. Winning mates Marques Rome and catcher pitcher was Tanner Engcl. Philip Juan Carlos had two hits each. gopez led the hitting attack with In the second game it was three hits, while Tanner Engel, Catalina Auto & Bike playing and Loren McMahon and Mitch Car- defeating Antonio's pizza by a rol each had two hits. For Lions score of 11 to 7. Kurt Lockwood Richard Alegria got two hits. was the winning pitcher who also collected two hits on offense. Tournament Schedule Teammates Rigo Pedroza and Sunday, July 26 Chris Atherr provided more 12:30p.m.: Bellflowerv. Allstars power at the plate. For Antonio's 3 p.m.; Chris Bogard and Quillian I.opez Catalina Auto & l~l -e']~'~-v. winn-er of each had two hits. W'~nesday's game The day's final game was between Lions ,and Exchange. Following the final game on Both teams proved strong in hit- Sunday there will be the drawing ting but it was Exchange that out- for Dodger tickets as well as the lasted Lions in the final inning presentation of awards. Island by TOM SUTHERLAND Island Express played their best game of the summer beating Brown's Bikes 52 to 15. Gabby Morones and Shelley Kennedy led the Express team in scoring with 15 and 14 points each. Chelsea McDonald's re- bounding and defense were also instrumental in the victory. Moni- ca Seals led Brown's Bikes with six points. The second game tightened up the league standings as Hamilton Cove forfeited to King Neptune, which caused a two-way tie for fir$t, pJac~.J~land Express and Express for first ilton Hamilton Cove each hold records of three wins and one loss. The last game of the evening saw the High Tide Traders defeat the Catalina Seniors with a score of 39 to 20. Katie Marincovich, Kelly Shelton and Kelly Kratzer led High Tide Traders with eight points each. Veronica Reyes and Dawn Sampson scored eight points each to lead the Catalina Seniors. A tie exists for second place in league among High Tide Traders, King Neptune Scuba and Brown's Bikes all of which have two wins and two losses, followed by Ava- lon Seniors with four t~s~ This Sunday, July 26, at Ava- lon Community Church, Pastor Ron Eroen will be returning to the pulpit with a sermon entitled "A Firm Foundation" taken from 1 Corinthians 3:1-23. There is Pre-service Worship and Prayer starting at 9:15 a.m. Eroen returns and the Traditional Service will begin at 10 a.m. Nursery care is provided and Sunday school will begin at 10:30 a.m. The Celebration Service will be held on Wednesday, July 29, with Worship at 6:30 p.m. and Bible study at 7 p.m. Bible Church meets at 346 Catalina The Catalina Bible Church, During the week, small groups which is located at 346 Catalina of the church members meet in Ave holds its Sunday morning homes. gathering at 9:30 a.m. Other church services include The open-style service focuses prayer meetings, home churches on prayer needs, praise reports, and Spanish groups. worship songs and an interactive For more information, call biblical teaching time. 510-0073. "The Enchanted Marketplace" The Landing Bar & Grill Fine dining -Fantastic view -14 microbrews on tap Live Entertainment Friday & Saturday nights Kona Ken' s Casual patio dining and cocktails at- E1 Encanto Coffee House at- Laff Lounge Mary Schickling & Top Comics Thursday - Sunday, 9pm .510-8646 Avalon's Only Beachside Bar & Restaurant with full cocktail service on the sand beach rentals volleyball kayaking snorkling Open Daily at 11am Closed Saturday, July 25, for private party Re-opens 6pm Saturday evening for BBQ REGGAE IN JULY Every Friday 2pm - 7pm - Friday, July 24 - LION HEART