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PAGE B2 Petoskey May 1, 2000 Northmen tie for second at own invitational Vra mm 'J Ik il 1 I Rockford wins 7-team event NORTHMEN Continued from page Bl "Both Jarod and Pat showed their ability to change their games when needed and they both showed a lot of Tramontini said. At No. 1 singles, Petoskey's Aaron Sunday defeated Bart Kmiec, Harper Woods Notre Dame, 6-0, 6-0; lost to eventual champion Matt Llewellyn, Fremont, 7-5, 3-6, 6-2; and then downed Mike Ivey, Holly, 6- At No. 2 singles, Petoskey's Andy Ruemenapp defeated Josh Pergande, Essexvilleiarber, 6-2, 6-0; defeated Rory Vidal, Rockford, f4, 6-2; and in the finals lost to Justin Hamilton, Fremont, 2-6, 7-5, 6-3. "Both Aaron and Andy lost a tough three-setter to a Fremont player," Tramontini said.

"Hopefully, they can rum things around in a few weeks at the regionals." In doubles, Petoskey's Joe Carson and Jonathan Meyer, who usually play No. 3, moved up a notch to claim runner-up honors at No. 2. Carlson-Meyer opened with a 2-6, 7- 5, 6-3, win over Russell Anderson-Casey Laymon of Holly; defeated Alex Zaki-John Carstens, Marquette, 2-6, 7-5, 6-2; and in the finals lost to Duncan Purvis-Kyle Martin, Rockford, 6-1, 6-0. "They both played great come-from-behind tennis to become flight runner-up," Tramontini said.

At No. 1 doubles, Petoskey's Mike Rhoads and Chris Sciamanna defeated Ryan LaDuke-Brandon Aries-baum, Notre Dame, 6-2, 7-5; lost to Tony Hernandez-Ryan Ward, Holly, 7-5, 6-2; and lost to Leif Sovinski- Mountain. RIGHT: Northmen sophomore Andy Ruemenapp sets up for a backhand return. Ruemenapp placed second in the No. 2 singles division and the Northmen tied for second overall.

(NEWS-REVIEW photos by Eric Gaertner) Boyne Falls: LEFT: Petoskey's Joe Carlson (left) strokes a forehand return Saturday, while his No. 2 doubles partner Jonathan Meyer looks on. Carlson and Meyer won a thrilling three-setter against Holly in this match of the Petoskey Invitational at Boyne area sports Northmen hockey boosters to meet The Petoskey Northmen Hockey Boosters are in the process of forming and will hold their first meeting 7:30 p.m. today, Monday, at the Petoskey High School cafeteria. The boosters will be funding the recently approved sport for a minimum of two years.

In addition, the boosters will assist with game management and crowd control with the program administered by the school. Home games will be played at Griffin Arena. For more information, call Barb Green, 348-6966; or JoAnne Deery, 347-5678. DISC GOLF Petoskey League Final registration for the new Petoskey Disc Golf League will be held at the River Road Sports complex p.m. today, Monday.

Discs will be available for purchase. The complex is also the course location and league play will begin immediately following registration. For more information call the Petoskey Department of Parks and Recreation, 347-2500. SLOW PITCH North Emmet coed PELLSTON The North Emmet Coed Slow Pitch League will hold its final meeting 7 p.m. Thursday, May 18, in the Brass Rail Restaurant at the Pellston Airport.

The league has six teams already finned up and this will be the last chance for other teams to enter. For more information call 539-7628. GOLF Springbrook couples WALLOON LAKE The Springbrook Hills Monday Evening Couples League will meet 7 p.m. today, Monday, at the clubhouse. All interested couples are asked to attend.

Singles are also encouraged to attend and an effort will be made to find a partner. For more information call Frank at 535-2413, or 582-1717. Springbrook Ladies Tuesday WALLOON LAKE The Springbrook Hills Ladies Tuesday Morning Golf League is holding an organizational meeting 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 9, at the clubhouse. All previous league members and newcomarvtre Welcome and asked' to attend.

For more information, call Barb, 347-1495. SDrinsbrook senior men WALLOON LAKE The Springbrook Hills Monday Morning Senior Men's Golf League will hold a meeting 9 a m. Monday, May 8, at the clubhouse. All returning members as well as perspective members are asked to attend. If unable to attend call Frank at 535-2413, or at 582-1717.

ty Maloney for organizing the concession; Lisa Snyder and Katie Dug-gan for helping coach Gene Champion run the Rotary Park site; Tom Olsen, Katie Berger and Molly McBride for running the junior varsity tournament; and Natalie Knibbs and Rachel Tramontini for running the main site at Boyne Mountain. Petoskey 6, Marquette 2 The Northmen swept all four singles matches in Friday's victory over Marquette, improving to 7-0 on the season. Singles results: 1 -Aaron Sunday over Derek Herveat, 6-4, 6-0; 2-Andy Ruemenapp over Tony Tucker, 6-1, 6-0; 3-Pat Maloney over Jay Jurkovich, 6-0, 6-0; 4-Jarod Dain-oviec over Josh Anderson, 6-0, 6-0. "Again, our singles lineup contin victory over first two games in the rematch at Comerica Park. loss snapped a four-game winning streak for Chicago, which had won 10 of its previous 11 and still has the AL's best record at 17-8.

The Tigers trailed 3-1 but scored twice in the ninth off Bill Simas, pressed into the closer's role in part because of Bob Howry's three-game suspension from the brawls. Chris Singleton's RBI single off Tigers starter Hideo Nomo broke a 1-1 tie in the eighth, and Ray Durham added a run-scoring single off Todd Jones to make it 3-1 in the ninth. But singles from Damion Easley and pinch-hitter Luis Polonia and Shane Halter's sacrifice set the stage Sparky honored; Tigers flights, Fremont two and Marquette one Also Saturday, a junior varsity doubles tournament was held at the Petoskey High School Courts. Twelve teams took part and in a all-Petoskey final, Chris Hutchinson and Jacob Olsen defeated Brad McBride and Peter Walstrom by a pro set score of 8-3. Hutchinson-Olsen took Pool 1 honors with 35 points, while McBride-Walstrom won Pool II with 28 points.

The Petoskey team of Alex Brede and Donovan Irish placed eighth overall. Marquette, Holly, Iron Mountain and Fremont were also represented. Tramontini acknowledged the help of Eric Baumgartner of Boyne Mountain for use of the facility; Mar rally for 4-3 game road trip. "I like to believe that if we believe in this team, good things are going to happen," Detroit's Robert Fick said Sunday after the Tigers beat the White Sox 4-3 in 12 innings. "These guys care about each other.

We're going to be all right" 1 Fick hit a tying two-run double in the ninth before Bobby Higginson's game-winning RBI single in the 12th gave the Tigers just their second win in their last 13 games. It was also Detroit's first win in six tries the last two weekends against Chicago. The White Sox outscored the Tigers 30-12 in a three routs at Chicago and won a pair of low-scoring, one-run decisions in the Age II. heavy: l-Kmtina Kelly. 2 Rick Mason, 3-Scan Nigh, 4-Raymund Love.

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Age rU. Kgaaars. I Kyk PxarinaV'wv UrtanaaDaevaa Several area participants among placers in State Games at Cam Swanson, Fremont, 4-6, 6-2, 7-6(7-5). At No. 3 doubles, freshmen Bill Cusenza and Michael Gano of Petoskey lost to eventual champions Mark Lepech-Nate Devos, Rockford, beat Chris Cavalieri-Frank Vance, Iron Mountain, 6-1, 6-1; and took consolation honors by downing Nick Rose-Joe Martina, Notre Dame, 6-1, 6-2.

At No. 4, freshmen Rick Shoskey and Brendan Carson of Petoskey lost to Travis Cousineau-Tim Farmer, Fremont, 6-3, 2-6, 7-6; beat Garett Savage-Bucky LaPlaunt, Essexville-Garber, 6-2, 6-4; and then took consolation honors by defeating Tim Formolo-Matt Rossato, Iron Mountain, 6-4, 6-2. On the day, Rockford won three ericks and taught them how to play the game right," Gibson said. "You also taught us how to act. And, using me as a test case, I know that was quite a challenge." Harry Atkins is The Associated Press sports editor for Michigan.

He may be contacted at The Associated Press, 300 River Place. Suite 2400. Detroit. Mich. 48207.

Tigers 4, White Sox 3, 12 innings DETROIT (AP) A come-from-behind win over the now-hated Chicago White Sox doesn't mask the fact that the Detroit Tigers finished April with a major league-worst 6-17 record. But it sure left them feeling better as they head into May and a seven- Age 16: 1 Stephen Yu. 2 Stephen Wegner. 3-Jennifer Kim, 4-Nicole Chamhen. Age 18: 1-ScuU tongtoo, 2-Jackie Wu.

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ICm Tarlam 3-Daaatl Akavk Age II. kg I Jofta Kaarry. 2 Taaa i ues to lead the way as six of eight sets went 6-0," Tramontini said. Doubles: 1-Mike Rhoads and Chris Schimanna (P) over Mike Madosh and Steve Mell, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4; 2-Joe Carlson-Jonathan Meyer (P) over Alec Zaki-John Carstens, 6-4, 6-4; 3-Craig Hartz-Nick Thiery (M) over Bill Cusenza-Michael Gano, 2-6, 7-6 (7-5), 7-5; 4-Ryan Markowski-Tony Cass (M) over Rich Shoskey-Brendan Carson, "Things were close in all four doubles matches," Tramontini said. "We missed our No.

1 doubles team, but moving teams up a notch gives them good experience for later." The Northmen host Cadillac Tuesday, May 2, then go to Cadillac on Thursday, May 4, for a Big North Conference tournament White Sox for Fick in the home half. He fisted an inside pitch from Simas for a bloop double down the left-field line that scored both runners. "I didn't hit it hard; I just got lucky," Fick said. "My plan was to just go up there and make contact and get at least one of those runs home." Detroit loaded the bases with two out, but a long drive by Juan Gonzalez was hauled in by left-fielder Jeff Abbott on the warning track near the 395-foot sign in left-center. Scott Eyre (1-1) walked Brad Aus-mus to lead off the bottom of the 12th.

One out later, Gonzalez hit an infield single and Higginson followed with a single to center. Indian River Adah ami. heavy: I Joda Dveht. 2-Ejlhrr Drrws. Adall woatca, light: l-Aagie Paps.

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BC l-Aara I EmRoak. Adair. BB l-Scaai Leagswa. 2 Carts SPARKY Continued from page Bl ceremomes. Still, Anderson refused to be drawn into any debate.

"I have no rights, ever, to judge what they might do, Anderson said. "I wouldn't do that I've never taken any backdoor shots." Kirk Gibson, who hit two homers in the fifth and deciding game of the 1984 World Series against San Diego, wasn't surprised at Anderson's good manners. "You took a group of young mav TAE KWON DO and black belt divisions according to rank, age, and weight The national finals are scheduled for New Orleans in June. For more information on the Straits Area Tae Kwon Do call (906) 673-87 IS or (906) 495-5350, Results of the state games in Indian River Beginner fcvmtc Afn 5-1: l-Ajfua Batrv 2 Tony Drrwj, CSttnnc NVrjm. Afn 7 I Uvb Miller.

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2 CVk mi Flrt Aft 15. I-Ahrs larniatt. 2 Mcaartfc. Tr4 rfor. 1MII OrTt Indian River: The Tae Kwon Do Association's Michigan State Games were held recently at Inland Lakes High School.

Shown receiving their Adult Beginner Forms medals are Kristina Koteskey (bowing) of Petoskey. Chester Psiezolkonskl, Indian River, Robert Taylor. South Lyons: and Angela Papi. Wolverine. A total of 195 competitors took part (Courtesy photo) INDIAN RIVER The Amateur Athletic Union Tae Kwon Do Association's (ASUTKDA) Michigan State Games were held recently at Inland Lakes High School, hosted by the Straits Area Tae Kwon Do Academy.

A total of 195 competitors took part in the event Many students from Indian River, St Ignace. Petoskey and Kinross top won honors at the state event and went on to compete at the Region 6 AAUTKDA qualifier in Lake Orion that drew more than 200 competitors from Ohio, Indiana. Wisconsin and Michigan. Jill Shivcly. an assistant instructor from the Indian River area, claimed first places in three events at the qualifier.

Others placing at the qualifier from the area: Bob Coffey was firM in forms, second in points, and third in Otymptc sparring in the adult inter-rnediate division. Also. Cameron Coffey, first in forms, second ia point, first in Olympic sparring; Chelsea Coffey, first in forms, first ia rxxnt, first in Otympc spumnf; Gavin Turbm, first in forms, second in point, third in Olympic sparring; Travis Howard, third point sparring; Jenny SifL first in Mack belt forms; second in point sparring; Trent Bum, second in forms, first in point, second Olympic sparring in adult beginner division. Also. Kevin Bojle.

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