1962 Ontario Game Reports      


(July 3)  A strong relief stint by Bob Elvins and four hits by Maw Mori paced Honest Ed's to an 8-3 triumph over Presswood Packers.  Elvins snuffed out a Presswoods' rally in the fifth inning then pitched shutout ball the rest of the way, fanning eight.  Joe DiFlorio and Sumio Tomihiro each added two hits for the winners. Tom Holmwood cracked a homer for Presswoods and Eber Hall had two safeties.



Dryden Red Sox
Kenora Legion
Sioux Lookout Combines

(June 6) Dryden Red Sox handed Sioux Lookout Combines their sixth straight defeat Wednesday in Kenora & District Senior Baseball League action at Dryden taking a 7-4 victory. The Sox have won four of five games. Centre fielder Hugh Norman poked a triple and double for the winners while playing coach Barton Bradley had a pair of singles. Right-hander Bob Crawford came on in relief of starter Lorne McDonald to pick up the mound triumph, his third without a loss. Ken Keenan took the loss.

(June 10) Dryden Red Sox romped to another pair of wins Sunday, crushiung Keewatin 9-3 and 10-1.
In the opener, catcher Barry Young clouted a homer for the winners. Bob Ames had a double and single for Keewatin. Bob Crawford collected his fourth win in as many starts with a three-hitter. Right-hander Jack Salmon took the loss. Marvin Forsythe relieved in the fourth. Bob Essery was the pitching victor in the second game with a route-going performance besting Forsythe who made the start for Keewatin. Ames had three hits, one a double, for the losers.

(June 10) First place Kenora Legion kept their unbeaten streak intact Sunday with a pair of wins over Sioux Lookout, 6-2 and 14-2. The Legionaires now boast a record of 10-0. Out-hit 13 to 9 in the first game, Kenora managed to sneak away with the victory as Len Kondrat, the winning pitcher, helped his own cause with the homer run in the third inning. Lefty Ken Keenan took the loss. With the help of six Sioux Lookout errors and bases on balls, Kenora ran away with the second game as southpaw Ernie Surkan fired a six-hitter to collect his fifth win in as many starts this season. The Combines used three hurlers with starter Eddie Gunnar taking the defeat.