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BASEBALL 3 Binkiewicz HRs help stop Michigan BATTLE CREEK, Mich. Notre Dames Joe Binkiewicz hit three home runs and four other players had multiple hits as the Irish notched an 11-6 victory Thursday night over Michigan. Binkiewicz had a lead-off homer in the second inning and followed it up in his next at-bat binkiewicz with another homer to give the Irish a 2-0 lead Notre Dame stranded runners at third base m three different innings while the Wolverines crept back into the game, taking a 5-4 lead in the top of the eighth. A pair of Michigan errors to go with an Irish five-hit rally gave Notre Dame a 9-5 lead in the eighth, with Binkiewicz going to bat again. Michigan coach Bill Freehan, who intentionally walked the Notre Dame captain the previous inning, brought in left-hander Chris Newton specifically to pitch to Binkiewicz. The strategy failed as Binkiewicz sent Newton's second pitch over the right field wall to give the Irish an 11-5 lead. Never in my life have I seen a guy on a tear like this one, said Irish coach Pat Murphy of Binkiewicz. The best hitters weve had here have never had a streak like this. Binkiewicz, hitting just .167 through the first 14 games of the season, has hit .563 with nine home runs and 22 RBIs in the past 10 games to raise his average to 429 He is the first Notre Dame player to hit three homers in a game on two occasions. He also hit three against Evansville earlier this season. Notre Dame is 22-12 while Michigan dropped to 21-16. The Irish travel to Indianapolis this weekend for Saturday and Sunday double-headers against Butler. Notre Dam 030 300 2703) 15 Michigan 000 300 230 6 9 4 Oava Snnm Alan Waiania (7) (W 7 4) and Mika Coaa Danms Konuszew8ki Enc Hemtschei (3) Terry Wood (6) Todd Manon (7) (i 2-2) Chris Newton (8) ErC Pefsmger (9) and Mike Matheny 28 Irv Smith (NO) Frank Jacobs (ND) Enc Dana ptlis (ND) mP Joe Binkiewic (ND) 3 Matheny (M) S.B. Sox work overtime, make Expos pay again ROCKFORD, 111. South Bend continued its extra-inning heroics Thursday night with a 3-2 victory over Rockford. Charles Poe delivered a run-scoring single with two out in the top of the 12th inning to break a 2-2 deadlock. The White Sox have beaten the host Expos in extra innings in two of their three games so far. Poes hit pushed pinch-runner Rogelio Nunez across the plate with the game-winner. Dan Monzon reached on a walk and was forced at second when Nilson Robledo hit into a fielder's choice. Horace Gaither singled to advance Robledo to second base, and South Bend manager Tommy Thompson elected to replace him Robledo with Nunez. Poe singled to left to send Nunez home, but Gaither was thrown out attempting to advance to third on the play. Reliever Keith Shepherd, 1-0, picked up the victory on a night in which White Sox hurlers blanked the Expos in every inning but the eighth Starter Jason Bere turned in a brilliant six-inning stint, fanning nine and limiting Rockford to Ran-don Wilsteads single in the third. Bere fanned six of the 11 men he faced and allowed only two base runners over the final three innings he worked. John Hairston slugged an RBI-smgle to score Kerry Valne as South Bend gave Bere a 14) lead in the fourth inning. Rockfords Martin Martinez matched Bere pitch for pitch until the seventh. He escaped unscathed in the seventh inning when Hairston was thrown out at the plate attempting to score on Monzon's fly County official believes Tigers will take offer DETROIT (AP) - A Wayne County official says hes confident the county will be able to entice the Detroit Tigers to select a Detroit site for a new Tiger Stadium I'm 95 percent sure we can offer the Tigers the best financial deal around and I'm 95 percent sure they will take the best financial deal they get, Wayne County deputy executive Michael Duggan said Thursday. He said the team clearly was set last year to pick a site outside the city, but the countys efforts were able to make Detroit the preferred location. Duggan estimated a new stadium would cost up to $125 million, exclusive of land acquisition. He said the cost figures will determine whether Tiger Stadium is renovated or a new stadium is built nearby. OMENTAL SI'A Steam Batfi a Hot Tub Now Employ Now Managonwnt ISS2 IU. 131 SotfA TV Rhrart I (616)279-6231 IRISH FANS! Introducing... South Bend Crfhune Irish Sports Resort A PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO NOTRE DAME SPORTS BY AMERICAS MOST EXPERIENCED FIGHTING IRISH REPORTERS. ONLY $28.00 PER YEAR. TO SUBSCRIBE OR FOR MORE NFO. CALL 236-1799 TONIGHTS GAME WHO: South Bend White Sox (4-2) vs Rockford Expos (1-5) WHERE: Marmelli Field. Rockford, III WHEN: 7pm PROBABLE STARTERS: Jon Jenkins (1-0) vs Corey Powell (0-1) GAME NOTES: Jenkins allowed only three hits while while blanking Kane County over eight innings in his first start Powell worked six innings but was tagged for a couple ot home runs and a loss in his first start South Bend went into action last night leading the league with 13 steals Rogelio Nunez was tied for the individual lead with five steals The forecast for Rockford tonight calls for rain and temperatures m the 40s to right. But Robledo doubled South Bends margin in the eighth, tagging Martinez for a home run over the left-field wall to make the score 2-0 Don Pengny replaced Bere but couldn't protect the lead. Rockford rallied for two runs in the eighth, the only inning this season in which the Expos have managed to score more than one run. Mike Weimerskirch singled and Randon Wilstead doubled to set up the Expo rally. Ted Ciesla drove in the first run with a fielders choice and Robert Fitzpatrick tied the game with a Texas-league single that fell in front of Valne in nght. South Bond 3, Rockford 2 SOUTH BEND D StooeonJd Poe K V0r)e ft CoughimH Romo) )fe HQitttoA dh Solimme lb olk lb Monior 2b Robledo c Nunerc Go fiber ss Totals South Bend Rockford r h bi ROCKFORD ob r ft 0 Murov db it ft I 1 MotierB Cf i 0 I 0 0 WwwrjkifcttM 3 1 0 7 0 WHstaod lb 5 I t t 0 Csta 2b S 0 ft I 0 Ffttoatnck c SO ft 1 0 Mohnoski 3b SO 1 9 0 OUurphvrt ? 0 0 3 9 0 0 Colton S 0 1 Sill 9 10 0 S 9 2 0 41 3 9 3 TotaH 42 7 7 on too oio Qoi-3 000 000 020 000-7 E-Volrtf Goittor Caftan OP-RocktanJt LOB South Bend 7 Rockford II ?B Coughlin ffiHttod HR Robledo IM SB-Voine (7) Motorgll) Wnmerskirch (3) SAC-Momon Weimerskirch South Bend Bere Perignv Cortdod lockieor K Stoefttrdf 1-4) Rocktard Morltnei Cotans Boiler (Lftll 1 2 I', Vi 2Vj 9 2t to 5 0 0 0 I 1 0 1 Marian nips St. Joe on Brendels single Tribune Photo RON RYBACK Matt Buczkowski of Adams slides into second as Riley's Jon Papp tries for the tag LaSalle is stranger atop NIC standings PB-Fitiodtock HBP Voir) ibv Mortawi) Romos bv Col (Ins) Bolk-4Aor1ln U Everttt, Crow T 3 33 A 251 By FORREST MILLER Tribune Sports Writer SOUTH BEND An unfamiliar face sits atop the Northern Indiana Conference baseball standings today. LaSalles Lions, keyed by Carl Macon's three-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning, moved to 4-0 in the league race and 7-2 1 overall with a 6-2 triumph Thursday over Washington at Coveleski Stadium. Adams junior right-hander Todd Gorski had pitched a three-hitter in the opener to beat Riley, 4-0, in the opener of the two NIC match-ups at Coveleski. LaSalle 6, Washington 2: John Urbanski, effective as both a starter and a stopper for the Lions this season, turned in innings of nohit rebef for his sixth victory after going the distance to beat Riley on Tuesday Washington had a lot of chances against LaSalle lefty starter Todd Herman, who walked nine to go with four hits, four wild pitches and a balk. But the Panthers stranded nine runners and made some costly base-running mistakes. It was Macons 3-run double up the nght-center gap in the sixth that broke a 2-2 tie Eric Wade followed with another RBI double Macon got a chance to start when Bill Hoofnagle was sick, and hes earned his place in the lineup, said LaSalle coach Scott Sill This team really gets along well together Macon also had a single in the fifth, and scored the tying run on a double by Jamie Veith Washingtons Trevor Moreno took the loss after turning over the bases-loaded, no-out jam to Terry Litka ui the sixth Litka got Bryan Hauteman to hit into a force play at the plate before Macon delivered the game-winner. Mike Freel had two of Washingtons four hits. The Panthers scored both their runs in the fourth without a hit on two walks, two wild pitches, an error, a stolen base and Morenos squeeze bunt. Washington coach Rick To-maszewski ordered four intentional walks two to Gary Sobieralski The Panthers dropped to 4-5-1, including 1-2 in the NIC. Washington 000 200 02 4 1 LaSaJto 001 OU a 6 10 2 Trevor Morano (L 1 3) Tarry Litka (6) Mika Wimberly (6) and Kevin Put Todd Harman John Urbanski (W 6-1) and Dave littrail 2B Mika Fraal (W) Danma Copatand (L) Carloa Macon (L) EncWade(l) Jamie Veith (L) Records Washington 4-5-1 (1-2 in NIC) LaSalta 7-2-1 (4-0 m NIC) CONSIDERING ENUSTWG M THE MIUTlim CALL US FIRST 255-2107 Center For Peace and Mon-Violence CBIDaS aasnicciBSRgj) wanasai UBVi Adams 4, Riley 0: Gorski pushed his record to 5-0 and Adams' to 8-3 with his three-hitter. The Eagles scored twice without a hit in the third, then locked it up with two in the seventh on a hit by Matt Buczkowski, a walk to Tim Guyer, a hit by Mike Lackman and a fly ball from Gorski. We put a pretty nice game together, admitted Adams coach Len Buczkowski. Guyer had an unusual day at the plate two walks, a sacrifice bunt and a hit-by-pitch for no official at-bats. Lackman and Mike Kryder had two hits each for Adams. Justin Chapman took the loss on a six-hitter Were in an offensive slump. Weve got guys who should be hitting the ball, but theyre not," said Riley coach John Nadolny, his club 5-3 overall and 1-2 in the league Adam 002 OOO 24 6 C R"y 000 000 00 3 1 Todd Gorki (W 5-0) and Rob Eggers justm Chapman (I 2 i) and Marcus LaSane ?B Mike Golden and Mike Kryder (A) Record Adam 63(2 m NiC) Riley 5-3 (i 2 m NIC) SOUTH BEND Jay Brendel singled home Mark Smadeeki in the top of the eighth inning to lift Marian to the victory over host St Joseph's, 2-1, in high school baseball Thursday. Winning pitcher John Huemmer went the distance, striking out nine Indians. Huemmer escaped a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the eighth, getting the final batter to fly out. Marian 100 000 0i 2 6 0 St Josephs 0OO 003 001 4 2 John Huemmer (W) ro jay Brenoei Phil Hammond Scott Lmdborg (5) Mark Coipeen (7) (i 2 3) and Chris Hickay 28 Chns Saago (M) Danni Canoo (M) Tom Scott (Sj) Phil Masiati (SJ) Racords Manan 4-6-t St joaaphs6-6 J V scora St Joseph s 6 Manan 5 Elkhart Central 5, Mishawaka 0: Winning pitcher Jimmy Cobb pitched a one-hitter and struck out 13 batters to help the visiting Blue Blazers capture their first Northern Indiana Conference victory of the year Chad Sherwood had three hits and scored twice for Elkhart Central. Ryan DeBroka had the Cavemens lone hit with a single in the third inning Elkhan Cantrai 001 002 25 b 4 Mishawaka 000 000 0 0 i 4 jimmy Cobb (W 3-2) and Brad Harter Chadd Davis (L I 2) and Steve Treber 28 Chad Sherwood (E) Records Elkhart Central 5-4 (1-2 NiC) Mishawaka 3-4 (0-3 NIC) Penn 15, Elkhart Memorial 2: Penn scored seven runs in the first inning Steve Carter and Brian Scott each rapped out three hits and had three RBIs for the Kings-men Ty Dawson had three hits for Memorial. Penn 7n 503 35 30 0 Memorial 200 OOO 2 6 7 Larry Gabbard (W 2 3) Kent Parsons (5) Brian Scott (6) and Tj Kempt josh Caivm (5) MikeMaur er (L 2 4) Malt Toliver (tj Seen Phillips (4) and Jason Paulson AdamVe(4) 28 Steve Caner (Penn) 38 Steve Carter (Penn) ? Record Penn 7 3 (2 3) Elkhart Memorial 5- (2 5 NIC) LaVllle 4, Knox 1: Jason Master pitched a two-hitter and gave up no earned runs for the Lancers Joe Gzarnecki led the hitting attack with two hits and a RBI for the Lancers HIGH SCHOOL Kno 000 003 Ot 2 LaViiie 210 t x 4 4 3 Mike Cote (L) Chuck Phillips (i) and Will Fox Jason Masters (W 2-1 ) and Mark uoyd Records Kno 2-5-1 (i-i NSC) LaViiie 4-4 (2-0 NSC) LaCrosse 10, M.C. Marquette 6: LaCrosse posted two runs in each of the first three innings and added four in the fourth to cruise to the victory over Michigan City Marquette LaCrosse took the lead in the third on a Casy Mack RBI ground out, and Kevin Ketch-marks two-run single highlighted the fourth Ketchmark finished with three hits MC Marquette 410 QiJ 0 b 5 4 LaCrosse 222 400 0 ? j Scott PetiC (L) Chris O'bkey (4 I and Matt KjChd' 9k Br an WoniaK 'W 4-0) and Kevin weicnmarh 2B Br.an Won-ak (U Records LaCrosse 5 1 North Judson 13, Oregon-Dav- is 3: Brian G lisic had three hits and drove in three runs to help host North Judson roll past Oregon Davis Tim Brown added two sin gles and two RBIs for the Bluejays Oregon Oavis 200 00i 3 2 North Judson 4' 2 006 1 3 '4 Alien Davs (L) and Lance Campbell Ricn vost jw 1-0) and Br an Gi'Sic ?B EricGappa(N) Keiiy Snephetd Nj Records Oregon-Davis 2-t Norm judson 2 5 1 Churubusco 4, West Noble 1: Visiting Churubusco scored four runs on four hits to beat West Noble Jerry Partin slugged a solo home run for the winners Churubusco OOO 202 04 4 West Nob'e 000 00 0 1 4 ? jason Brown (W t i) Ryan 8eiev ne 161 (Si anc Jerry Partin Ritchie O Brian Sieve Wilkinson (7) ano Kris Knox hR Partin (C) Record Churubusco 3-J-t i2G-i NECC) Wes-Noble 2 9(14 NECC) South Central 13, Boone Grove 3: Steve Cox and Brian Leek each homered as host South Central powered past Boone Grove Boone Grove South Central Christian Barnes (L oi) Newcomb (5) and Randy Har 002 01 3 3 j 5o 2 1513 12 Mike MOlm (4) Bein Shreve6(A 2 1 ) Kyi Boyd (5i and Reed Schweirer 2B Brent Sommers (SC) 3B Andy Fookes iSCi hr Steve Cox (SC) Brian ueek SCi Records South Central 8 2 Boone G'oe j i mm mi NOT Y0UB rat ' zsmECxcimi brtnd SOUTH BEMD Bulkier Store Chandlara Seles A Service Harvey Pro Hardware Stan A Teds Lawnmower Sale The Mower Shop AROOS CSS Outdoor Equipment THE NEW TORO RECYCLER" LAWNMOWER. 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