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 The Morning Call

 Wednesday, August 7, 1985




Coplay in Tri-Co final

Of The Morning Call

The Coplay entry in the Tri-County League has an identity crisis. Overshadowed by the borough's successful Junior and Senior Legion teams and by Gilbertsville in its own league this summer, manager Bob Bartholomew's crew feels its accomplishments have gone unnoticed.

But after an 8-3 victory over Upper Perk in the third and deciding game of a Tri-Co semifinal series last night at Sammy Balliet Stadium, Coplay still has a chance to make everyone take notice.

Coplay will begin a best-of-three series with regular season champ Gilbertsville at 6 p.m. tomorrow at the Boyertown Junior High East field for the postseason title. Gilbertsville has won 17 in a row, including two lopsided victories over Coplay last week in the regular season championship series.

But if it can get the excellent defensive play which produced three double plays last night and an 11-hit offensive attack which produced eight runs, perhaps Coplay can prevent Gilbertsville from repeating as postseason champs.

"If we play the way we're capable of playing - like we did tonight whose team now owns a 23-9 record. "No question, we didn't play our best against them last week.

"Sure, we respect them. They're an outstanding team. We haven't beaten them in the two years we've been in the league. Still, we're glad to have another shot at them."

For awhile last night, it didn't look as though Coplay would get its chance for revenge. Upper Perk jumped out on top in the first inning when Pete Hoff singled, stole second and scored on Tom Cichocki's double. Then in the second, Todd Swenk belted a long home run over the left-field fence for a 2-0 Chief lead.

But Coplay roared back in the bottom half of the second, bunching five singles and a walk to score four runs. Chuck Mondschein and Jeff Snyder each singled in runs, while Randy Remaly delivered a two-run hit.

Then with two out in the third, Coplay tacked on four more runs. Snyder belted a two-run doubled over centerfielder Jim Stratton's head and Scott Weidner followed with a run-scoring triple to right. Weidner then scored on a wild pitch to make it 8-2.

Meanwhile, Coplay righthander Jim Emerick continually battled control problems but was aided by double plays in the third, fourth and sixth innings. All three were started by second baseman Eric Csencsits who teamed with shortstop Remaly on two of the plays.

Upper Perk got a run back in the top of the seventh on Bob Graber's RBI- single, but with two men onEmerick got cleanup hitter Joe Ricapito on a strikeout and retired Swenk on a long fly to right which summed up the entire night for the Chiefs.

"We hit the ball hard a lot of times, but always right at somebody," said Upper Perk player-manager Graber, whose team finished at 23-9.

Meanwhile, Coplay would like to stop being held hostage by Gilbertsville.

"We just haven't gotten a lot of recognition this year, thanks in part to Gilbertsville," said Bartholomew. "We know the other teams in Coplay have been successful this year. We'd like to go out and show the people around here that we can play this game, too."



From The Morning Call -- August 7, 1985

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