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it The Cuba Free Press II]IIIIII011 .... Sports IB June 17, 2004 Wildcats 'crush' Bourbon 7 Chris Case photo Cuba 12 & Under Wildcats softball team put a licking on the Bourbon Crush Monday night at the hlgh school softball field. scored 18 runs in the first inning without recording an out and went on to wln 30-7 in four Innings of play. Wildcat team crosses the plate 18 times in the first inning By Chris Case Assistant Editor Suffering from a rash of troubles on the mound and also behind the plate Monday night, the Bourbon Crush were pounded 30-7 by the Cuba 12 & under softball team. Down 2,0, the Cuba Lady Wildcats batted through their lineup three times in the first inning without recording a single out. After putting 18 runs on the board, Coach Nancy Montgomery finally called a merciful end to the inning, sending her team back onto the field to give Bourbon a chance to bat again. The Crush gave up 12 walks, four hits, and beaned two batters in the first inning alone. They never did get hn out as their pitch- ing staff failed to keep the ball in the strike zone and passed balls allowed the Wildcat runners to have their way on the base paths. In the second inning, after Bourbon picked up three more runs in their half, Cuba stormed back with seven runs to make the score 25-5. A seven run rule was then installed to allow both teams a chance at the plate. With Kylie Ettinger on the mound, the Wildcats shut down the Crush in the third inning, ending the frame with a 1-4 double play from Ettinger to Haylee Bess at second base and not allow- ing a run. Bess led off the bottom of the inning with a single arm later came around to score. The Lady Cats picked up five more runs in the third behind two hits, two walks, an error, and a hit batter. In the fourth inning, with Kaliann Rikard pitching in relief, the Crush plated two runners after drawing three walks and pick- ing up a single. Moving from catcher to left field, Mariah Montgomery threw out a runner at the plate to save a run in the inning, and later combined with Bess at second to doable off a runner and end the game. Ettinger, who started the game on the mound, pitched three two runs, a innings complete, allowing four walks, , hits, five and hit batter. She struck out three and picked up the win. In relief, Rikard pitched one inning. She gave up a hit, two runs, and three walks. For Cuba's offense, Danielle Watring knocked two singles, had two walks, two runs scored, and two RBIs; Bess singled, had three walks, was hit by a pi{ch, and scored four times; Ettinger singled three times, walked, scored fourruns, and picked up three RBIs; Taylor Albert walked two times, scored three times, and had an RBI; Montgomery was hit by a pitch, walked twice, and scored three runs; Kaliann Rikard singled, with three walks and four. runs scored; Katy Pilkenton scored four times, with two walks and was hit by a pitch; Knylti Hewkin was hit, walked twice, andscored three runs with an RBI; Shelby Dorf singled twice, led the team With four RBIs, scored a pair of runs, was hit and walked; and Brittney Barrick walked two times, scored, and drove in a run. www.cubafreepress.com Mlseourl Dept. of Conservation photo hunters Will have the same number of days to hunt and most other early-migrating birds this year. Chris Case photo Leadoff hitter Danielle Watring slapped two singles, walked twice, scored twice, and drove in two runs Monday. Cuba barely gets by Newburg The Cuba 12 & under soft- ball team earned their first vic- tory of the season Sunday afternoon by narrowly holding off Newburg 15-14. The Lady Cats traveled to Newburg for the afternoon game, opening up things with a seven run lead' in the first inning. That lead wouldn't hold, though, as Cuba gave up five runs in the bottom of the first to make the score 7-5. ,,rvation Commission ou00. plated another seven early birdseasons 15 through Nov. 28. Daily limit three. Possession limit six. The population status of the blue-winged teal will not be known until late June. If the blue-winged teal breeding pop- ulation index is below 3.3 mil- lion, teal season will be closed. If the population index is at least 3.3 million but less than 4.7 million there will be a nine- day teall season Sept. 11 through 19 with a daily limit of four andpossessionlimit of eight. If the population index is 4.7 million or greater there will be a 16-day season Sept. 11 through 26 with the same lim- its. The Commission also approved changes and clarifi- cations to the Wildlife Code of Missouri, effective March 1, 2005. These include reducing the statewide daily limit on trout and the daily limit in trout parks fronx,five to four. Further details of regulation changes will be outlined in the 2005 hunting and fishing regu- lation guide books, available next year. runs in the second inning to open up a comfortable 14-5 lead before squandering it all away in the third. They gave up two rurts to Newburg in the bottom of the second, then scored one run of their own in the third before allowing the home team to bring another seven runners across the plate. Cuba finally earned the last out and the one-run victory. Cuba Athletic Boosters Golf Totmmment Sunday, June 27th, 2004 , Format: 4-person scramble 12 p.m. registration; 1 p.m. scramble Cuba Lakes Golf Club I Door Prizes I Cash .Prizes Awarded By Flight I "loin in a day of golf and fun! ,1) All oroceeds benefit Cuba Athletic Programs & Scholarships. Cost: $2201) INto ($55 per person) Includes goP; cart, food & drink ticket Hole Sponsor: $100 or Cart Sponsor: ....Yes, I would like to play; sign me up at $220 per team. My team members arc" .....--.Yes, I would like to help and be a hole sponsor for $100. , --.-.---Yes, I would like to help and be a cart sponsor for $50. .....--Yes, I would like to donate an item for a door prize. ;ON CITY-- hunters will have the number of days to hunt and most other early- birds this year. As ;year, however, the length teal seasonor whether will be an early teal sea- at all--won't be known the Missouri Department gets results of surveys now under- meeting June 3, the Commission frameworks identical year's 'for most early bird hunting sea- They include: Dove--Sept. 1 through 9. Includes mourning, collared and white- doves. Daily limit of 12 aggregate. Possession 24. and Virginia Rails-- 1 through Nov. 9. Daily lossession limit of 25 in Common Snipe--Sept. 1 Dec. 16. Daily limit of Possession limit 16. :an Woodcock--Oct. Name Phone Number  yablc to Cuba Adaletic Boomn Please return form and t'ecs to Cuba Athletic Bcasters, c/o Becky Ncss, 401 Prospect, Cuba, MO 65453. If you have any que.tions, please call 5Z-885r2986. 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