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May 9, 1986

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May 9, 1986 I Bellevue Community College Sports I 1 Page "i I qll Helmsman split twinbill with EC(: twice in the fifth inning as Matt O'Rourke by Bob Kelly Special to the Advocate After a week of rain delays the skies opened up for the much anticipated doubleheader between the division leading Bellevue Helmsmen and the defending champion Edmond Titons. The Helmsmen split the series to maintain their two game lead. "We are never happy with a split," said coach Bob Albo, "but we will settle for one against this team." Two crucial errors led to a pair of unearned runs that cost the College the first game, 3-1. The game was a pitching duel between Bellevue's Howard Hilde and the Titon's pitcher who only gave up three hits. Tom Garrett's single in the fifth inning scored pinch runner Mark Linden for the Helmsmen only run. In the nightcapthe Helmsmen scored doubled home Jim Murphy. One batter later, O'Rourke scored on a wild pitch. Helmsmen pitcher Carl Shaw, (who was drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the Amateur draft) never relinqushed the lead. Shaw went the distance only giving up one run on three hits to earn his fifth victory of the season. Albo was very pleased with Shaws effort. "This game was one of his best efforts of the year," said Albo. Today the Helmsmen are schuduled to play a doubleheader at home against the Shoreline Samurais. The Helmsmen will then travel to Olympic tomorrow for another twinbili. at home. With Pierce on Sunday, Centralia Tuesday at Banerwood Park, Tocoma Friday, and Green River Saturday. "We like playing at home. We have outstanding support from our fans and we hope that it continues," said Albo. NWAA CC Standings All Standings through May 4th . Baseball Women Tennts Bellevue 12-4 Edmonds 10-6 Bellevue 4-0 Skagit Valley 5-7 Skagit Valley 2-1 Shoreline 2-11 Shoreline 1-2 Olympic 1-11 Everett 0-4 Golf Mens Tennis Bellevue 5-0 Green River 4-0 Green River 4-1 Bellevue 2-2 Tacoma 2-3 Skagit Valley 2-2 Everett 1-4 Everett 0-4 Shoreline 0-4 '    Graphic by Barbara Arend ! NWAACC i "; track championships Fri.16th & Sat. 17th at Spokane CC photo by Brian Humphrey A disgusted Mark Linden, 31, takes advise from coach Bob Albo. Advocate classifieds are so cheap 20 a word Come to Advocate Office (v-5) Behind the Theatre even he can afford them THE WORLD S YOUR CAMPUS Discover an exciting way to study around the world, visiting Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, India, Egypt, Turkey, Greece and Spain; Students, parents and faculty are invited to come aboard the S.S. UNIVERSE for an OPEN.HOUSE durtng its call tn Seattle. Take a tour of our floating campus and view the slide presentation describing the Semester at Sea program. Wednesday, May 14 3:00 P,M. - 7:00 P.M. Port of Seattle, Pier 28 if you are unable to attend and would like more information, write: Semester at Sea Institute for Shipboard Education University of Pittsburgh 2E Forbes Quadrangle Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15260 or call: Toll-free (800) 854-O195