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FAT MAN'S IN FINAL WITH CITY MATTRESS

Fat Man's won two games Sunday at the Audubon Recreation Center and will meet City Mattress in Tuesday's championship contest of the Amherst Kiwanis Tournament.

In its opener, Fat Man's ripped the Eldredge Club, 16-6, behind Mike Cerny's two-run homer, and three runs batted in apiece from Kevin Sykes and Dave Jager. Don Hassett homered for Eldredge. Fat Man's then edged the Cheektowaga Black Sox, 4-2, as Sykes pitched a seven-hitter and Brian Blarr lined a two-run double.

City Mattress gained a spot in the final with an 11-5 win over the Eldredge Club as Scott Yudess homered, doubled and drove in six runs. Bob Schmid allowed three hits over six innings to earn the win.

Fat Man's and City Mattress will meet for the title at 2:30 p.m., and the Black Sox and Cheektowaga Travelers meet in the noon consolation game.

The Travelers beat the Cards, 4-3, as Steve Catania's seventh-inning single snapped a tie and drove in the winning run. Brian Komanski struck out eight in a complete-game performance.

AAABA: Jack Adkins (5-2-1) beat Town Enterprise, 11-8, as Mike Doctor, Chuck Alf, Jack Ray and Rocky Gocella drove in two runs apiece. . . . Mark Greene fired a three-hit shutout as Pignataro's Tax (2-5-1) blanked BFI, 10-0. Paul Kellner had three hits for the winners. . . . Mike Panzarella's two-run single in the bottom of the seventh scored Dave Mahoney and John Teaman, allowing Town Boys Club to salvage a 2-2 tie with Leib's in a game called by darkness after eight innings. Pitchers Tom Rybak (Town Boys) and Sam LaDuca each went the route and allowed five hits. Each team is 5-2-1. . . . Stacy Behrens' second straight shutout lifted Royal Printing over Jurek Post, 7-0. Tom Lesniak hit a leadoff home run and Paul Feltman added a two-run shot in the third inning for the Royals. Each team is 4-4.

Muny AAA: Bill Welgoss had three hits and six RBIs as Ed Taylor outscored Ken-Hy, 12-8. Steve Hollins scored four runs for the winners. Sean Evans had three hits for Ken-Hy.

International AA: The Dobmeier Pirates blasted Club K.C., 18-1, as Dave Carver totaled three hits, and Dave Weber and Tim Greger each had three RBIs. . . . Bob Ziolkowski allowed five hits as Amvets Post 45 (6-0) ripped Gramma Mora's, 13-3. Val Zimniewicz had three hits and Tom Fries cracked a two-run triple for the winners. . . . Jim Guercio pitched a five-hitter as Nice Construction beat Troop Electric, 7-3.

Erie-Niagara: Lockport DMI tipped Lockport Bus, 4-3, as the winning run scored on a ninth-inning error. John Loiars scattered eight hits and Jim Voutour had two doubles for DMI (6-4). Bobby Hartz had three hits for Bus (9-5-1). . . . Alden (8-5) swept Lancaster H&H, 10-6 and 7-3, as Bob Hay allowed one hit in two innings after relieving Paul Wojiechowski in the opener and pitched a five-hitter in the nightcap. In the first game, Joe Bauth had three hits and four RBIs, and Rich Landers tripled twice. Jim Steffan had three hits and drove in four runs in the nightcap.

Lake Shore: Todd McTigue hit a two-run homer and Wayne Lewis' seven-hit, 11-strikeout pitching led Orchard Park (7-1) over the West Seneca Kandefers, 6-1.

Central: Winning pitcher Jeff Lavery (7-1) hit a two-run triple to lead Freedom over Holland, 12-4. Lavery allowed four hits through eight innings before giving up four runs on five hits in the ninth. Jeff Austin added three hits for Freedom (10-3). . . . Bob Synor's four hits and four RBIS powered East Aurora (2-6) over Friendship, 12-4. The winners also got two hits, two RBIs and two runs from Jeff Miranda. . . . Tim Johnson's fifth hit of the game, a two-run single in the top of the ninth, gave West Falls enough of a cushion to survive a Delevan-Arcade rally and post a 7-6 win. Winning pitcher Ron Closson had three RBIs for West Falls (8-1). D-A (5-4) got three hits from Shawn Holden.

American Legion: Phil Gangi pitched a one-hitter, striking out eight, and John Terreri hit a run-scoring single in the fifth to lift Kensington (1-3-1) over LaSalle, 2-1.

CEBA: Brandon Evancho scored the winning run on a seventh-inning throwing error, lifting Woodlawn (2-2) past Hamburg, 4-3. Matt Raines and Rickie Foit had three hits apiece in support of Aaron Antes' complete game.

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