1964 Game Reports, BC Interior     

1964 Vancouver, Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley 
1964 BC Interior 
1964 Vancouver Island   

SLOCAN-ARROW LAKES SENIOR LEAGUE

(June 7)   Rookie hurler Lloyd Waterer led Nakusp to a 9-3 win over Winlaw in its league opener Sunday. Straight up from Junior ball, Waterer went the full nine innings with a six-hit effort and nine strikeouts. Long blows by Waterer, Leno Zanier and Don Magnus powered the offense. R. Koratoff took the loss, also allowing six hits. He fanned seven and walked five.

R.Koratoff (L) and xxx
Waterer (W) and xxx

(June 28)   Nakusp blew a 5-2 lead, but raliied in the seventh with four runs to top Slocan City 11-8 in Sunday action at Nakusp. Eddie Smith, Alan Hoshizaki and Brian Hoshizaki each had three hits to pace the winners. Lloyd Waterer, who came on in the fifth inning, picked up the pitching win. R. Phillips and J. Wood each had two hits for Slocan City.

N. Jeffs, R.Cherenko (4), W.Storgard (7) and Osis
P. Savage. Waterer (W) (5) and  H.Yanagisawa

(July 4)   Saturday at Slocan Park, Nakusp rang up its third straight win crushing the host nine 19-10 with Brian Hoshizaki, Mike Rushton and Lloyd Waterer providing the punch at the plate. Nakusp belted 16 hits, to just eight for the losers.

P.Popoff, F.Jmaeff, N.Zaitsoff and W.Cherenko
Savage, B.Hoshizaki, D.McQuair and H.Yanagisawa

(July 5)   After running up 19 runs Saturday, Nakups had to settle for just two on Sunday at New Denver, but still came away with a victory, 2-1 over the Combines. The thriller featured a pitching duel between Lloyd Waterer, who picked up his third win of the season, and Jack Kelly. Waterer yielded just four hits, but hit five batters. He fanned six. Kelly gave up just five hits, hit a batter and struck out eight. Brian Hoshizaki and Alan Hoshizaki led the winners each with two hits. Mike Rushton drove in the winning run.

Kelly (L) and W.Wright
Waterer (W) and Yanagisawa

(July 12)   A two-out double in the bottom of the ninth inning drove in the winning counter as Winlaw shaded Nakusp 2-1 Sunday in Slocan Valley-Arrow Lakes baseball action. Sam Fillipoff knocked in the winner with a sharp drive to score Alec Pereversoff who went the distance on the hill for Winlaw besting Lloyd Waterer for Nakusp, which suffered its first loss of the season.

Waterer (L) and xxx
Pereversoff (W) and xxx

(July 26)    Slocan Silver Kings erased an early 4-0 deficit to rally for a 7-6 victory to end Winlaw's four game winning streak. Reg Cherenko, who relieved starter Win Storgard in the fifth, picked up the win. The pair were combed for 11 hits while the winners gained just seven off Alec Pereversoff and Pete Kabatoff. Doubles by F.Bjerg, T. O'Neall, Vic Osis and Reg Cherenko powered the Silver Kings.

Storgard, R.Cherenko (W) (5) and xxx
A.Pereversoff, Kabatoff (L) and xxx

(August 2)   Even with four players and their coach sidelined, and an injury during the game, Nakusp came through with a 15-7 triumph Sunday to capture the championship of the Slocan-Arrow Lakes Baseball League. Timely hitting by Hiro Yanagisawa and Leno Zanier and strong pitching relief by Lloyd Waterer paced Nakusp to the crown. Waterer took over for starter Pat Savage in the second inning and held New Denver to four hits the rest of the way. Nakusp had Jackie James, Ed Smith, Brian Hoshizaki and coach Fred Desrochers down with the mumps and Derek McQuair away. They lost Dave Walker in the third inning when hit in the eye by a pitch and taken to hospital. After five stitches, he was reported to be doing fine. The semi-final playoffs were set to begin August 9th.

Nesbitt, Kelly and Wright
Savage, Waterer (W) (2) and H.Yanagisawa