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BASEBALL Wisconsin State Journal, Monday. July 12 1999 4D Monroe duo perfect; Sauk gets 1st loss Canseco to miss at least 6 weeks HOME TALENT LEAGUE ALL-STAR NOTES Tom Smargiassi and Mike Marti combined for a six inning perfect game, the first in the Home Talent League this season, as host Monroe thumped Argyle. 16-0 in a Western Section game Sunday. Smargiassi tossed the first four innings, striking out two. while Marti pitched two innings, striking out one.

to gain the win. -2 13 -1 11 Mt 0 Ar9V Monona Pontey ater 7 NOtSTtH waunaudd 19 Cross Piams P'ne a Edr 4 Asnton v.doietoct i 12 MS 50 2 SauA Prri, 3 Coenovid 3 QeedaBvrg 3 Vo2onsarue IlKMand Cent 5CTH Godfrey tfeewnon Bp Lien (4) and Broge S'-iargias, -4Aorti (5) ondBa "oecK- wW Marti Godtve. Laading "fr Andeflon 23. W.rt 31 HO) Jo. Kundert iMl.

Newcomer (At). 23 Anderson 2. Aift Ba noecK- Beutel (M). Dodgeville 16, Hollandale 4: Chad James pitched a complete game and Brian Bradley drove in three runs as Dodgeville hammered host Hollandale. James -iv out five and walked two.

noun i mmrm 7 3 "OUanddJa 1 2 WIOW 4 Livingstatl 5 4 Muscoda 4 Argyle 1 I Blent nardwiat 4 4 NOV, fnr't 4 SOUTHEAST 5CCTWN I nn-son 3 3 7 Siougnlon 4 As.H0" 4 Annewarar 5 Oregon 4 UHca 3 Edgorfon 1 II Con Atkinson Jk 3 1 1 2 1 1-403 030 Associated Press Jose Canseco, picked for Tuesday's All-Star Game for the first time since 1992. had back surgery Sunday in Miami to repair a herniated disc and will be sidelined for at least six weeks Canseco. 35. who leads the American League with 31 home runs, was operated on for 1 hour. 30 minutes by Dr Tom Tolli Canseco.

Tampa Bay designated hitter, left Friday's game in the eighth inning with intense back pain. Canseco, a six-time all-star, also missed the game because of injuries in 1989 and 1992 American League manager Joe Torre picked Baltimore's Harold Baines to replace him for Tuesday's game at Fenway Park in Boston. Baines. 40. is batting 345 with 19 home runs and 63 RBI Bochy will start Schilling: San Diego Padres manager Bruce Bochy said he is leaning toward picking Philadelphia's Curt Schilling over Arizona's Randy Johnson as the National Leagues starting pitcher Tuesday But a source familiar with the selection process, which declined to be identified, stated Schilling will be Bochy choice.

"It would be his first (All-Star Game) start and he started his career with the Boston organization." Bochy said of Schilling, who has 13 wins. Johnson is 9-7. but has been victimized by lack of run support in four recent losses. Bochy will announce his deci- Brewers' Geoff Jenkins (5) is congratulated by Marquis Grissom after hitting a two-run home run off Tigers starting pitcher Brian Moehler Studying pays off for Jenkins C. James and E.

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Leadkej MeOors Brodie, (Oi 34 Kmae 24 Lancaster tO) 34 E. Janid, O) 44 Jamas 35. Smttn ID) 25 J. Hegoand OM 24 Scnneider (H) 2x4 NX Brodiev. LoncoAter, Thenarn trx J.

Gartnwotte 3B Kjttoe 3 G. James 2. Braoie Spure i. Doescner (HL J. sion today in Boston In another all-star development.

Bochy was told by the NL office that Mark McGwire has to start at first base since he was voted in by the fans. Bochy wanted to use McGwire as his DH Houston's Jeff Bagwell will fill the role instead Bochy's likely batting order will be Cincinnati's Barry Larkin Colorado's Larry Walker. Chicago's Sammy Sosa. McGwire. Arizona's Matt Williams.

Bagwell. Mike Piazza of the New York Mets. Milwaukee's Jeromy Bumitz and Ari zona's Jay Bell. Soriano is Futures MVP: Alfonso Soriano, a New York Yankees farmhand, hit two home nins and was the most valuable player of the All-Star Futures Game, a prelude to the major league All-Star Game at Fenway Park The shortstop, who plays at Class AA Norwich, drove in five runs as the World team beat the United States. 7-0.

in a seven-inning game involving minor league prospects. It was part of five days of All-Star Game events, starting last Friday with FanFest. A celebrity hitting challenge, featuring actors Matt Damon and Kevin Costner. also was held Sunday The final event before Tuesday's All-Star Game is the home run derby tonight. The World had 11 hits, while the U.S.

managed just three ninth as Cottage Grove squeeked by host Poynette. 010 003 0 -5 Verona 11, New Glarus 1: Nick Krohn tossed seven strong innings and Pat Kelter drove in seven j-uns as host Verona crushed New Glarus. 001 100 000 2 Herr jnd Romans. Oadewan and fcwtlarrion. Rddewan Leading letters aor ICG) 24 Soman, ICG! 23.

Nevar Miller 24 strau (CGi. Stepnenson I 311 II kxenn. )03 2M A 0n ants S. or Krorw; and Kirtt Ml Will Abbott retire soon? McFarland 7, Cambria 5: Elliot Brakmanis hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning as host McFarland defeated Cambria. Brakmanis' home run gave McFarland a 6-5 lead and McFarland added another run on a double by Corey Egner McFarland's Ed Feldner drove in three runs on a pair of home nins.

ft! 140 210 5 10 1 33 MS 43H-7 3 Detroit Free Press Milwaukee Brewers lett-hander Jim Abbott is said to be contemplating retirement Abbott. 31. who was born with a deformed right hand and is 2-8 with a 684 ERA this season, is expected to discuss his situation with the Brewers during the all-star break, which begins today. Abbott was the losing pitcher in Saturday's 9-3 loss to the Detroit Tigers, a team Abbott grew up watching. Li IHttart Ror NG 2j) 9cr NO lal (NO) 23.

nurgtmkt iVl 25. Ktrtw (V) 34 Wi.jdei Vj 22 MB ttr 1 iB Burgensne. t)node vt. Blanchardville 10, Muscoda 6: Troy Ruegsegger hit two home runs and drove in four runs as host Blanchardville defeated Muscoda on Saturday i I 100 20 MJ I 1 KMl 5. Htnui (2) and K.

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Porodtt (B) 35- fluogsooncr (B) 2x3 MR S. B.J. (M). 2 28 -y Norton (I). Northern Section Cross Plains 6, Sauk Prairie 5: Todd Cushman's two-out single in the bottom of the seventh inning scored Brett Hewuse with the winning run as host Cross Plains beat Sauk Prairie.

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Klu-Sarlonj (CP). 28 Mowma. Waunakee 19, Reedsburg 5: Brian Damon and Rich Wachholz each hit two home runs and had lour RBI as Waunakee poundea host Reedsburg. Jenfctn and Smodama Smith, Kleinorook iS) and Yffri. Klemarook Jenkins.

Leading hitters Zukxe (C) 3x3. Near, C) 3x5. Fetdner Mi 24 Cropo (Mi 24 Brakmon.s 34 Wl Feldner 2 Brakmanis. 34 Vftri (M). 2B Neary 2.

Egner IM). Sun Prairie 11, Rio 4: Tony Be-nisch hit a three-run home run and Rob Hamilton combined with Kasey Feiner on an 11-hitter as Sun Prairie cruised to a victory over host Rio By Harry Atkins Associated Press DETROIT Geoff Jenkins had never faced Brian Moehler before, so he watched a little videotape before Sunday game with Detroit. It was a good move. Jenkins hit a two-run home run and Hideo N'omo had another strong outing to lead the Milwaukee Brewers to a 3-2 win over the Tigers. The Brewers won two of three games against the Tigers as the former American League team played its final game in Tiger Stadium Detroit will open a new ballpark.

Comerica Park, next season. "I'm not a slave to videotape, but since it was the first time I ever seen him, it was valuable." Jenkins said. "It gave me an idea of where he likes to throw the ball He's the kind of pitcher where you just want to see the ball and drive it up the middle." Nomo (7-2, cut by the New York Mets and Chicago Cubs before tlif Brewers signed him April 29. allowed both runs and eight hits in 6- innings, lowering his ERA to 3.95 He struck out six and walked two. "That was another gutsy performance." Brewers manager Phi! Garner said.

"He didn't have his best stuff, but he battled out there He constantly continues to amaze me. He's so tough and he really competes out there." Nomo has won six of his last seven decisions. Brewers closer Bob Wickman worked the ninth inning for his 18th save in 20 chances. Luis Polo-nia. a former Madison Muskies Sun Protrl 020 1)2 001 -n 12 2 II 4 200 020 000 Momilton Ko Feiner '7 and Ko Feirer; Dunn, Guer All-star rosters National League Pitchers: Andy Ashby Padres Kent Bottenfield.

Cardinals Paul Byrd. Phillies. Mike Hampton. Astros; Trevor Hoffman Padres Randy Johnson. Diamondbacks Jose Lima Astros.

Kevin Millwood. Braves; y-Robb Nen. Giants Curt Schilling. Phillies Billy Wagner, Astros. Scott Williamson Reds Catchers: x-Mike Piazza Mets Mike Lieberthal.

Phillies David Nilsson. Brewers. Infielders: Jeff Bagwell. Astros; x-Jay Bell. Diamondbacks; Sean Casey Reds Alex Gonzalez Marlins.

Jeff Kent Giants; x-Barry Larkin. Reds x-Mark McGwire. Cardinals Ed Sprague Pirates. x-Matt Williams. Diamondbacks Outfielders: Jeromy Burnitz, Brewers Luis Gonzalez Diamondbacks Vladimir Guerrero xy-Tony Gwynn.

Padres Brian Jordan Braves Gary Sheffield. Dodgers. x-Sammy Sosa, Cubs; x-Larry Walker Rockies rero (41. Dunn (II and Jeveni, Poop (). Hamilton, Dunn Leading hitters Ko.

Feiner (S1 22. Catkins (SPi 2x4 T. Beniscn ISP' 24 Vitense iSP) 23. Engelhart 23. Henhe HI 23.

Mora (Hi 25. MH tenlsch Mara 2B Guerrero (Ri, Nolan (XI. Marshall 3. Deerfield 2: Nick Hensen grounder scored the decisive run with one out in the top of the ninth inning as Marshall edged host Deerfield. American League Pitchers: David Cone Yankees.

Roberto Hernandez Devil Rays Pedro Martinez Red Sox Mike Mussina, Orioles, Charles Nagy. Indians, Troy Percival Angels; y-Mariano Rivera. Yankees Jose Rosado Royals John Wetteland Rangers. Jeff Zimmerman Rangers Catchers: Brad Ausmus, Tigers; x-Ivan Rodriguez Rangers. Infielders: x-Roberto Alomar, Indians.

Ron Coomer Twins Tony Fernandez. Blue Jays x-Nomar Garciaparra Red Sox: John Jaha Athletics Derek Jeter Yankees Jose Otferman, Red Sox Rafael Palmeiro Rangers x-Ca! Ripken Orioles, x-Jim Thome, Indians Omar Vizquel, Indians Outfielders: Shawn Green Blue Jays x-Ken Griffey Jr Mariners, x-Kenny Lofton, Indians Magglio Ordonez White Sox x-Manny Ramirez, Indians: B.J Surhoff, Orioles. Bernie Williams. Yankees Designated hitter: xy-Jose Canseco. Devil Rays Harold Baines, Orioles starters, will not play player, and Brad Ausmus walked with one out.

Bobby Higginson hit a deep fly ball to center field, where Marquis Grissom raced back and caught it. Dean Palmer grounded to third to end the game Moehler (7-9) allowed three runs (one earned) in seven innings. He gave up six hits, struck out four and walked three. With two outs in the second. Marquis Grissom reached when his hot shot to third bounced off Palmer's chest for an error It proved costly as Jenkins connected on a 1-1 pitch for his 14th home run.

a drive off the facing of the second deck in right. After the Tigers tied it. Brian Banks' fourth-inning bloop single to right scored the decisive run. 124 2M 0-17 II VVownokot oedson. 22 010 I'M 101 3 10 4 200 -1 Min, 5cnneaer ana wacnnon.

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Waterloo 10, Monona 6: Trevor Holzhueter drove in five runs and Marc Burbach added a two-run single as host Waterloo upended Monona. 000 001 123- 1 12 2 00) 0 30 10 12 1 Nesting :7) and vernoge Mourer. Setr Ouckert (0) qndNenmer rj Maurer 4x4, Wocnnota (W) 3x4 B. Stantk fW) 3x4. Damon 'W) 2x4, c.

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DuChomt, Wachholz, vVotson M. Strutz, Batter Connors. Middleton 11, Cazenovia 9: Jamie Guerrero singled in two runs in a six-run third as Middle-ton beat Cazenovia CorcnovW JOT 0 JO 220 9 Ti MKJdteton 134 114 Ma 11 13 3 Juttman. Grift (4), SmcWo (7) and Scnmitt; Kruft Snot for (71 ondFarrtM. KruJl.

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2B Justmon 2. Sucnla Wandt-rfJflBj Cloorv Arena 0, Pine Bluff 5: Dave Lo-benstein tossed a complete game and Wes Larson had two-run single in a six-run second inning as host Arena beat Pine Bluff. Copeland delivers win for surging Black Wolf 1 1 DEJD Come Play the Spectacular ii oir v'vir Wilderness Woods at Substantial Savings. BBmBsaa Best Makeover Course of Wl STA TE JOURNAL Bouar. Leading mtters Bauer (M) 25, Scneors (Mi 35, Gouyvlt (Ml 23.

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Southeast Section Utica 9, Orfordville 1: Scott Hestness tossed a complete game and Dave Sprout drove in four runs as host Utica beat Weekday Early Bird Special Twilight 1 Just MS NORTHERN LEAGUE MonLfav-Thursdav Before a.m. Every Day After 3pm Mm Biuff 1J 000 310 10 4 OrtordvUe 4 1 Both Specials Include art. Sleeve Of Balls Range Balls Musi Prrseni This Coupon to Reccixe Special Expires July 22. Tee Times Required Not valid with any nther utters or discounts 608-253-GOLF (4653) HWY. 12 WEST TO WISCONSIN DELLS or Exit 2 off 190-sU UtiCO 02 134 44 11 Vodaora Toubi 171 ond Lowson.

Holcomo OA HesT Arena tot lit box I IS Arnoson, Dunr -7) and Stomn; LoOonitein and WH-tiams, BoHwofl (7. Looortstotn Arnoson. Leadtntj hitters Gordon iPBI 3x5- Kronti PB 2x Br.nk (PV 2x4. Larson (A) 4x5. Potti (A) 4x1 A.

Kratmor (A) 2x1 Stonev 'A; 2x5. 2S Gordon 2, Dunr (PBi. Ederer (A), Larson. Richland Center 11, Ashton 9: Dave Peterson hit a two-run double and Don Molitor added a two-run single highlighting an eight-run sixth inning as Richland Center beat host Ashton ness and Truiutf Hestness Stoddard. Leading Niters Martin (U) 34 Olson (12) 3x5, Stokes IU) 23 Saroui 3x3.

Norttley (Ut 33, Spike (Ul 24 MR Martin. Nerthey 2B Olson. Stoughton 9, Whitewater Mickey Ramsden singled in two-runs in the five-run seventh inning and Paul Wuebben pitched a complete game as host Stoughton edged Whitewater JULY 22 -25, 1 MB 200 II 11 2 020 00 1 200 000 111 SIX 9 17 0 A'eciisor na KoXotrJOkV and Millar Schu 2N HI 14 1 HWwhetm, Kaus and Moor; ML kriwcwi (J), "taw and Zifglir 'At HMMftfftfn. Schwn. Leading httlen Petwon (UC 24 K.OUS (C) 25.

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AoHtor (PXJ. AMNer ToHefsor Black Earth 9. Mazomanie 2: Tom Curtis drove in four runs with two home runs and Mike Brunner doubled three times as Black Earth defeated host guys won't even hustle." Black Wolf starter Dave Meyer allowed one run on six hits in eight innings against the Dukes (16-23) at bay. Meyer allowed a solo homer run to Anthony Lewis in the fourth and rolled until the eighth when the Dukes put runners on the corners with one out. Meyer's final pitch his 117th was his biggest.

He induced Lewis to hit into a double play "I just try to keep us there until we finally do come alive and we end up getting the win." said Meyer. Dukes starter Juan Williams was as masterful as Meyer, shutting out Madison for 72 3 innings before the Black Wolf broke through. The game was tied at 1-1 when Danny Lewis lined Williams' first pitch just over the outstretched glove of shortstop Kenny Krey to drive in Chad Roper, who had doubled off the wall in right-center one batter earlier. Duluth-Superior went ahead. 2-1.

on Ira Smith sacrifice fly off Madison reliever Joe Stutz in the 10th. The Black Wolf tied the game in the bottom half when Lewis knocked in Darren Doskocil with a single off Cannon. "It starting to come together and happening." Lewis said. Much like the Black Wolfs mocher Wueoben Alecfcson. Leading tatters vasoerg (S) 3x4 UM S1 2x3.

OM 5 35. Romsden iS: 34 Wueeoer Si 2x4 Muehlemarm is, 2x4 2B Liddanens (Wl, Knetscn (W), iceenn (S) Vosberg. Uh. Mueniemann Oregon 9, Milton 0: Oregon won by forfeit over Milton Milton told the HTL Friday that they were done for the season. Fort Atkinson 4, Jefferson 3: Davin Lescohier doubled home the winning ru inthe fifth inning and Dan Lescohier pitched seven strong innings as Fort Atkinson upset host Jefferson.

Stock Eortti 010 020 220 13 3 000 100 001 2 4 3 Mertet Zwettte, 5 and Cowtev; Ode Seveso- 9 By Nick Zizzo Sports reporter Jason Copeland had his wish granted Sunday afternoon at Warner Park. The Madison Black Wolf third baseman strode to the plate with runners on first and second with one out in the bottom of the 11th inning against Duluth-Superior. I was looking for a ball up. Somewhere where I could drive the ball, hit the ball in the outfield somewhere." said Copeland, who signed with Madison in late June after being released from the Detroit Tigers farm system. "It was a good pitch." Little did Dukes reliever Kevan Cannon know he would serve up the very pitch for which Copeland was wishing Copeland drove Cannon's 0-1 offering down the left-field line to score Donnie Harris with the winning run as the Black Wolf came back to defeat the Dukes.

3-2. in a Northern League game before 1.715 spectators Bronson Heflin (2-3) pitched a perfect 11th to pick up his second consecutive win. Cannon (2-2) lost for the second game in a row. The victory' was Madison's season-best fourth in a row and kept them two games behind division-leading Schaumburg (18-22) with four games to play in the season's first half Madison (15-23) plays at Sioux Falls in a four-game set. starting with two today.

Sunday's game was tied at 2 entering the bottom of the 11th when Harris struck out to open the inning. He reached first when Cannon's third strike got past catcher Sean Mulligan. Jermaine Swinton sacrificed Harris to second and. after an intentional walk to Jason Imrisek. Copeland delivered "Probably the biggest play was Jermaine's bunt, and probably a lot of fans won't realize the credit goes to him He got (Harris) into scoring position and allowed Copeland to get his hit." said Black Wolf manager Al Gallagher, whose team won its first extra-inning game in eight tries.

"You got another veteran (Harris) that struck out and ran the ball out even though he struck out. Some I The Legendary Stars pjB ond Amble Zwettter DoyW Leading mtters Brunner 8E5 36. Tur, tBO 25. iCurtrt BE 3.5. Arjer BE! 3x4 Ml Curtii 2. BE Brunner 3. Eastern Section Cottage Grove 5, Poynette 2: Dave Herr outpitched Cam Rade-wan. while Andy Nevar hit a two-run home run in the top of the Fort Atkinson 40l 021 900 4 1 .020 000 901 3 I 3 Oan escohier E.enson 0', and Cai'an. Kkja. M.

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vTl 1-3. in a Rock River League game Sunday Kreitzman and Helgerson hit their home runs during a seven-run second inning, while Pliner hit his during a four-run third inning. 4 0 0 1 It! I B- Mil 4 0 0 0 14 3 0 I HI ft i 4 12 4 5 0 3 3 5 113 3 0 0 3 3 4 3 2 1 37 3 14 3 Evipisct Cores 26 Wvnerrf ScMnitirf SrnnTilf A. LewSdh Vunigor agon ir, Cromnlb Itre S5 OoAjth-Superior Presented By: ROCK RIVER LEAGUE son Creek walked home with the winning runs in beating Madison Big Ten Pub Sterwald allowed three runs on six hits, striking out seven and walking two. Johnson Creek scored the winning run in the bottom of tne eighth when John Mueller singled and walked home three batters later.

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