Krusi Colt pitcher, Terry Valenzuela, got his first taste of defeat in the 1970 Little Coast League season at the hands of Woodstock. Valenzuela, and batterymate Don Ratto, had the host Seals baffled through the first five stanzas, including four and two thirds innings of no-hit ball. Unfortunately, a gaffe a Colts outfielder enabled Woodstock to score two runs and take the lead. Previously unbeaten Krusi would never recover. Final score: Woodstock 5 – Krusi 2. On this early July outing, Terry Valenzuela ended up with nine K’s and just three walks. Steve Ford was the winning pitcher striking out two and walking one in his five innings of work.