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More Gooden gets needed help DETROIT (AP) — Helped by «eellent defensive support, Dwight Gooden won again on the Mad as the Cleveland Indians boat the Detroit Tigers 2-1 Hiureday night, It was their fourth win in five games. Gooden (7-6) is 5-2 in nine road •tarts this season and 80-54 in bis career. Against the Tigers, he Went seven innings for the third time this year, giving up five hits and one walk with five strikeouts. He appeared to get stronger as be went along, getting all his •trikeoute from the fifth inning on. Mike Jackson got the last two qata for his 35th save in 40 chances. Sandy AJomar and Enrique Wilson, the last two batters in Cleveland's order, each singled off Justin Thompson (10-13) in the third and scored on Kenny Lofton's double into the left-field corner for a 2-0 lead. INDIANS 1, TIGERS CUCVKLAND Uftooef Vfequclu DETROIT WhiUnlf MKmrzrf «t 3 4 3 0 4 3 4 4 3 i r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .1 h 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 b< 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Barteecf Hggnsclf Encracrf ToClrklb Euley2b LCnzlidh GAJvrr3b Randa3b Bakoe •b 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 4 r 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 hi 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 bi 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Friday, Sept 4.1998 Page 10 Ironwood tennis team net win over Cards The Ironwood girls tennis team rolled unchecked in the Michigan-Wisconsin Conference as they blanked Wakefield 74) on the local courts Thursday evening. The win over the Lady Cards added to Ironwood'a 6-1 romp over Ashland Tuesday for a 2-0 conference record. For Wakefield the loss was the second straight in league play. Only in the fourth singles were the visitors able muster a challenge, but Red Devil Brooke Tait came back to defeat Wakefield's Alicia Berg 8-6, 6-0. All other matches saw the Red Devils notch easy victories. Sweeping the other singles matches were: at No. 1 Jill Cisewski blanked Cindie Jansseh 6-0, 6-0; Heather Asunto did likewise to Mandy Negro, 6-0, 6-O; and Niki Tibaldo over Krista Ni- 'emi 6-1, 6-0. 'In doubles Ironwood No. 1 pair of Kim Kauppi . and Heidi Fletcher defeated Rae Ann Bek- kaia and Erin Adams 6-1, 6-0; Adrienne Polich and Casey Kichak blanked Laura Ritter and Amy Marczak 6-0, 6-0 and Amy Jacobson and Cassie Novascone topped Connie Van Kley and Amy Mattson 6-2, 6-0. In exhibition play Wakefield captured three of five encounters, In singles, Ironwood's Marie Pumala defeated Emily Mercure 6-3, 6-2; Janelle Engel (W) defeated Jami Mieloszyk (I) 6-2, 6-1; Christel Janssen (W) topped Gina Slanzi (I) 7-5, 6-2; and Mercure came back to defeat Carlin Fitzgerald (I).6-3, 6-3. Ironwood took the only doubles exhibition as Brandy Lehto and Cassie Lewis defeated Jamie Gerbig and Becky Miljevich 6-0,6-3. Ironwood visits Phillips Tuesday, while Wakefield travels to Hurley in M-W contests. Ashland defeats Hurley Associated Presa Pblderfh •Ahnre *WU«n2b 3120 DCruzu 3010 Ctlnottoph 1000 Totafa 31 1 7 1 Total* 34 1 7 1 CWrelaad OOS OOO 000—3 DMrott 001 000 000—1 E—GAtatm (19). DP—Detroit 1. LOB— Clrrclaod 5. Detroit 8. 2B—Lofton (28), SAlo- •wr (24). SB—Encarnacion (4). CS—Fryman »<8>.S—Loftoo. • IP H RER BB SO CWWaad OaadcnW.7-6 7 51115 ' foal* 1-300 00 0 8fU«d 2-310001 faMliinnlii l 1-300 0 0 0 MJ>ekwoS.35 2-310000 Detroit 8 62226 1 10002 HBP—by Gooden (GAhram). Umpire*—Home. CWora; First, McCoy. Sec- cod. Meriwether; Third. Evan* T—2:34. A—14.605 (46,945). Milwaukee Brewers' shortstop Mark Loretta can't catch a ball at second base after it.h(t_ the back of Colorado Rockies' Larry Walker in the fourth inning Thursday in Milwaukee. Walker was safe, but the Brewers went on to win 7-3. Brewers keep hitting Rockies MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee pitcher Brad Woodall hom- ered and pitched six strong innings, and Dave Nilsson hit a pair of two-run homers Thursday night in the Brewers' 7-3 victory over the Colorado Rockies. Woodall (7r8), who got his first victory, against Colorado after two losses, struck out seven and allowed three runs on nine hits. John Thomson (8-10), who did not allow a hit until the fourth inning, gave up six hits and five •runs in six innings. • Milwaukee broke a 2-2 tie with three runs in the fifth on home runs by Woodall and Nilsson. Woodall's first career home run, a solo shot to right, put the Brewers up 3-2. Mark Loretta walked with two outs and Nilsson followed with his second two-run shot of the game, his fifth in seven games. Burnitz hit a two-run homer, his 32nd, in the eighth, to make it 7-3. BREWERS 7, ROCKIES 3 COLORADO MILWAUKEE Sampras, Agassi look to collide DUmtncf NPereus Bchettelf LWlkerrf CastUla3b Heltonlb Ln»mg2b Slrtmttc Batesph Thmftnp KAbbotph Lakamcp McElryp JReedph Total. Colorado tbrhbi 5030 Vina2b 41 20 Lorettasa 4010 Niliwonlb 3120 CiriUoSb 412 2 JaVntinM 3000 BumiUrf 1011 Gnwomcf 3000 Jenkimlf 1000 Mthenyc 2000 Wodallp 1000 Wthenp 0000 MMyrap 0000 CFoxp 1000 Wckmnp 35 3 1 1 3 Total. 100 abrhM 4000 3320 4224 3010 1000 4122 4010 4000 2000 2111 1 01 0 0000 0000 0000 32 710 7 101 OOO— 3 NEW YORK (AP) — While neither had a smooth trip in the second round, both Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras stayed on their path to a quarterfinal collision at the U.S. Open. Neither was that sharp. Agassi •t times appeared disinterested •a winning shots by his opponent went whizzing past. Sampras looked befuddled as he was outplayed in the second set. But by the end of Day 4 at the National Tennis Center, both were in the third round. Sampras beat wild card Paul Goldstein of Rockville, Md., 7-6 (7-4), 2-6, 6-3, 6-3, and Agassi outlasted Guillaume Raoux of France 6-3, 6-2, 6-7 (6-8), 3-6, 6-1. Today, Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna and past U.S. Open champions Steffi Graf and Monica Seles were scheduled for their third-round matches. "I was real frustrated at myself for a period of the fourth set for not executing my shots in that tiebreaker, and I lost my serve U.S. Open highlights NEW YORK (AP) — Highlight* of Thurda/i play in the $14 million U.S. Open lennu championship*: Wcttther: Partly cloudy and mild with atughof78. R«*ult«: Men: No. 7 Alex Corretja advanced to the «econd round and No. 1 Pet* Sampras. No. 6 Cre|f Ru»«d»ki, Nu. 8 Andre Ageuui, No. 9 Karol Kuc»--. ai.d No. 12 Jonaa Bjorkman advance*' 10 the third round. Women: Seeded wcond- niund winner* were No. 1 Martina Hingii. No. 2 Lindiay Davenport, No. 4 Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, No. 5 Venus Williams, No. 7 Conchita Martinei, No 10 Nathalie Tauiiat, No. 12 Mary Pierce and No, 13 Amanda Coetzer. Stat of the Day; Pete Sampras committed 43 unforced errors in splitting the first two sets with Paul Goldstein. He committed only 14 in sweeping the last two. Quote of the Day: "It was a strange feeling when you realize that for ju»t changing your mind you are still alive." — Marc Rosset, who was originally scheduled to return to his native Switzerland on Swissair 111. early," Agassi said. "He played well in the fourth. 1 just had to turn it around there at the end.' Sampras said Goldstein was only part of his problem. "I felt I wasn't really at my best, but it is one of those days that he is just going to find a way to get through it, and I did," the world's top-ranked player said. "I certainly feel I can play better than I did today." Also advancing into the third round were defending champion and third-seeded Patrick Rafter, No. 6 Greg Rusedski, No. 9 Karol Kucera, No. 12 Jonas Bjorkman and No. 14 Goran Ivanisevic. Seventh-seeded Alex Corretja finally completed his first-round match, defeating Italy's Gianluca Pozzi 2-6, 6-3, 7-5, 7-5. In women's second-round matches on Thursday, winners included No. 1 Martina Hingis, No. 2 Lindsay Davenport, No. 4 Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, No. 5 Venus Williams, No. 7 Conchita Martinez, No. 10 Nathalie Tauzi- at, No. 12 Mary Pierce, No. 13 Amanda Coetzer and No. 15 Anna Kournikova. Milwaukee OOO 23O Ota— 7 E—Bichette (11), NilMoo (8), Mathrny (8). DP—Colorado.2. Milwaukee 2. LOB—Colorado 7, Milwaukee 3. 2B—LoretU (25), Gri»- sorn (25). HR—CMtUla (39), NiUsoo 2 (9), Burnitz (32), Woodall (1). SB—LWalker (11). , IP H REB BB SO ASHLAND, Wis. — Ashland defeated Hurley 5-2 in Michigan- Wisconsin girls tennis action here Thursday. The Oredockers picked up three two-set victories in singles competition, and two more in doubles play. At No. 1 singles, Ashland's Kristina Ladd beat Carrie Mattson 6-1, 6-1. Hurley's Adrienne Lei no picked up a win at No. 2 singles, beating Beth Klobucher 6-1, 2-6,6-1. Also winning for Ashland were Katie Miller over Gina Ludwikowski 7-5, 6-2; and Jessie Kessler over Kelly Saippa 6-4, 6-2. HurleyV other win came at No. 1 doubles, where Kris Zanella and Stephanie Giancola defeated Traci Colgrove and Christelle Helary5-7,6-4,6-3. "Kris and Stepanie won an ex- citing three-set match by dominating the net," said Hurley coach Bonnie Leino. "After losing the first set, they used an aggressive net game to take the next two." Other Ashland victories included: Rachel Caven and Janelle Ryberg over Erica Hanson and Emily Gihbons 6-2, 6-3; and Lisa Ladd and Naomi Orensten and Jenny Kern and Candice Barto 6-0, 6-0. Leino was happy with the good performances and hustle showed by the Hurley squad. Hurley is 0-2 in conference play, having been defeated in its opener against Lakeland Tuesday. Hurley hosts Wakefield Tuesday and a doubleheader against Lakeland and Phillips on Thursday. IMS runners come in second uL,8-10 McElroy Milwaukee WoodallW.7-8 Weather* MMyers CFox Wickman 5 2 1 0 1 0 6 9 1 1-3 2 0 0 2-3 0 1 0 3317 0000 0010 0000 0001 Leskanic piUhed to 1 batter in the 8th, MMy- en pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Umpirea—Home, Hirachberk, M.; Fir«t, Froemming; Second, Bucknor; Third, Vanover. T—2i45. A—12,327(53,192). Schedule cools KINGSFORD — The Ironwood girls cross country team game up one point short of its third win in as many meets this season, finishing second to Calumet, 27-28, at the Kings ford Invitational here Thursday. The defending Class C U.P. champion Red Devils got a good showing from a talented crew, but came up just short. Leading the Ironwood was Jennifer Chiantello, who finished fourth; followed by Ginger Polich, fifth; Nicole Chiantello,. eighth; Jenny Buerger, ninth; Diane Corcoran, 10th; Anna Hagstrom, 13th; and Katie Dean, 18th. Ironwood will get another crack at Calumet at the West PACj meet Oct. 8. Trisha Nylund from Crystal Falls was the individual winner. Lacey Sirdenis led the girls junior varsity with an eighth place finish. Ironwood travels to Mellen for the Copper Falls Invitational at the state park there on Saturday. McGwire, Sosa Midgettes win Hurley Invite Daily Globe Scoreboard cisketball GlrlaPrep Basketball ••. Carney 55, Rock-Mid Peninaula 'jg Cryitml FaiLn ForMt Park 55. !Urk Rirer-rUrrij 34 Eb«n 50, rUoublic-Micliigammr 40 Engadine 51, Cookj Hi* Bay dp Noe45 Ew»n-Trout Creek •»•!, Ironwtxxi M GUflJlon* 45, ManuU.^ue 27 Hancock 49. Baraji 4« Iron Mtn N Diciunson 4«, SUpiMnaon 44 . Iron Rir«r Wtat Iron County 6fi, CalunvrtM Uhpuming 61. Lake Undfn 4O int W««twood 53. Marquc- K) o«»ford 40, Norway 22 L'Ao*f 59, Houghton M. OT Jl«nomir.«» 49, Munlaing 36 N«fmun««M, KafanaU 39 P»in««d«i»-J«IT«n 77, Wnlrrs- P<U»k«y 66, Tr»»*r« City On Couple't L*affu« Scores — Ixiw Grow: flcnr^e and De< Dee Koderman 3f>. Don ant) Dolores Ludlow M Low Net: Sieve and Margaret Kozlnwski 34; (i^ne and Edith Sam :lf>; Chn.- I'erlile and Ellen Saiilim .'IS; Laura Ha- nou*ek ami (lene EI:i:tvi.sto !!fi Senior L^Hjfue .Septenilwr 2 Scorei — Don I.udlow. Hill TIJI- pott, Wayne Muthi* ^10, t'tins }Yr- tile, Hun7.it' McOint.'k'<'n, du" Krone, Marv KurirrnfriM. C!o*e«t to Pin: NVi JR. Don Forte Longemt Putt: No 17. Matt Mcn'il League Auifu.-st a i Team •tanking* — 1 Tixld Ilr.iupr nncl Mill r.nlnrno il.'fc.it,'(I 2 KU.SJS Luiiii^i-en and Fioh JOIU-H ;i up with '2 hnlen left; :t. Paul Hurma und Hert Innes, 4 [\>n I.uilUiw an«l Krank Slano; T, Lurry and So.lt Knrluon. fi Tom Urmia anil t'arl Sauter; 7. Riy Kalian and Jmy Ot•on. 8, Illll Velin and Don Korle; !t. Arny Mazznn ami Mernn- llililx'ln: 10 .Jack Dul'ra anil Klnin IVrlri New Orleans at Si Ixiuis. 1.01 p m I'ilLsbuj-jjh at l^ltimnrr. 101 p m Senltle Ht Philadelphia, 1:01 p m. Tampa Bay at Minnesota, 1 01 p m Ti'nne:,scc Hi Cincinnati. 1:01 p m Wflshin^ton Hi New York (jinnu. 1.01 p m. Arizrma at Dallas, 4:05 p m HufTalo at San UicfjO, 4:15 p m. Miami at Indianapoli.i, -1 1 T> p m. Nrvr York Jet-l at San rninci.-irn, 4:l. r j p m. Oakland at Kansas City. H'20 p n\ Monday'a ffilme New England at LX^nv-.-r, -S 20 Rapid Ri»«r 71, Pow*n North Cmtroi 35 ' 8t Jfnuc* 70. N«wb«rry46 fUuit Su M»ri« 87, AJp*na 24 football Eagle Bluff Man'* Scramble S»pl. 27 — Don I.udl.rw, J:m Kinj;, Marv BurjpafT31; Boh Jonei. Lloyd W*rL>i»n, Chuck Penna. Ku»< lain- 3.1; Chnj Fertile, Hill Tip- Burni* McQaifttrn. Marian r 33. — Jim Kin;, No 10, Marr Harfrtff. Na 15. Don Ludlow, H« )6 mn4 I*. Chuck IVnnah..le. H». IS; RUM l^indrren, Hn Ifi; •VKM MrC/uiKil'n. No 13. HitrUn Sy«rLfUr. No 15, fl'J! Tipp»u. No. U Wisconsin Prep Football IinndueUU.rrivit7() f'olemsn 27, OcnnUi 14 Ij<on«.W*hTVJ '2h. J^-na H I'ark K.ill. M, O>ip]M-wa Falls Mrl)oncll8 College Foiithall N f,irr)lina Si :ri, dln.i i: :il Virginia l:>. Auhurn 0 N Iowa J.'l, K Mirhjkran 1(1 N Mulu^Kn .'.«.:Si r'Miicm, III I) W Mirliiifan ,17. N Iltin<;i.< i:l Aru.'inH 27, Hawaii fi NFL Sunda Alf»n(« nl ("af f>4'[/-<(it *tt fJr . I 'i ] [ National League Kn»t Divltlnn w L Pet. c,n Atlanta !)1 •(<) C.1O — NrwVurk 77 fin .Sfifl 14 I'd.l.i rwi 7'4 ,471 M Montreal ;,:) rtH :i7(i ;i8',i Klorida 47 Oil [l.'lfi 44 Ontral Diviiiion W L Pet. OR Houston M 52 .fi'J^I — OIK-.H:,, 7.S M ,157 10 Milwaukee t;« 74 471 VI Cm Bf, 7, r i 4let 2:) J'llt M 74 4IS4 2:1 Went Di viftion w L j'ct. (;n Sanliic^'ii '.Ml ".') Ii4,'l -- .S.inFr.in 71! (!4 '-l.'l 14 I.A 70 70 , r i(MJ 2V '•,i|,,r.nln M 77 4",4 2\':'.'i A/I/.UM ,';(! H~> .'!i>7 • .'U"> Thurndny'ii (ram/-!! An/.in,i I. f'lllsl.iir^li (I Milwaukee 7. Color, nlii ,'l Onlv i;anli^ •ihi-dulecl Monlfal 'llerniannon 1^-10) at Klnri<fii iMe,«lN»n 10 10), 7 O.'j ji in «'lnr,n;rp Ciihi 'Mark V-l.'U «l JMr.ildirnh 'S, hmidt 1 I IOJ, 7 ().'> |< in Atlanta (Glavine 18-5) at N.Y MetJ !l^it«r 13-51, 7:40 p m I'hiladi'Uihia (Kc)ii!lin|{ 13-V2) at Milwaukee (Wrxxiard 9-9). H:OS p.m Cincinnati (Harnisch 10-<i) at St. I.OUH (Holtrnfield 4.fi>, H:10 p m. Sun DienolHilchcock S-6) at Colorado Uunrs 7-7). 9.05 p.m Houston (Lima 14-6) fit Arizona 'Telenincil .1-8), 10 OT) p nt. San Kranciscn (F>U'« 7-H) at I^os Anxi'le-i (Ilreifiirt 7-11!). 10 OS p m. American Eait Div W L Pet. GB y.No.wYork M 3S. .723 — Ilomon HI SI .SH7 IS'.4 Ti>roriln 74 Gfi .5^9 26'A Haltmiorc H!) 70 .4!>fi 31 Tampaltay , r )4 S5 .',\HH 46 Central Division W L Pet. GB Devi-land 77 fi'2 .f;. r )4 — K;msa:i(,'ity (14 7"i AM 13 Minneshta C>2 77 ,4-lfl 15 Detruil ,'j,'l 87 37'j 24 '/i Weil Divialon W L. Pet. GB Anaheim 77 ' f>o , r », r iO — Texan 74 fif, .5.T2 2'A Oakland 64 7« .4, r i7 13 .Seattle S.I 7fi 4, r i7 13 y-clmchfd plnyofT tn-rth Mir,ni'sola , r i. Tamji* Day 4. 112 in- Cleveland 'I, Detroit 1 T«irunlo 4, HoMim M. II inninK'^ Kriday'a Gamea Cleveland (Nagv 12-'.l) nt IVtroit 1 (ini,-jnxler 4-7 i, 7 (l. r . p.m. llo»I.Hi 'W.ikefield ITi-fil «t Toronto il'lenl^rn !!• 10), 7 O.'j p m. Mlnn'csiilK (KixiriKiH-z 4-:l> at TcxaalS.-le If,. Ill I. H M p m. NY Yankee, Olernandez SJ-41 »l Chirann Wlnte Sox LSirolka 12-i:l), K.I NHaji ('ity t Ha pp 1 1 I 1 1 at AHA- lieimdlill :> St. 10 OS p m IlalLiinnre (Cu/rnnn H-14) «t Seat- lie lS|Hiljanc 4 .1). 10 O.'i p m Tampa Miiy (Arrojo 1^. I 1) at Oakland (JUynen 10 til. 10 M p m. ST. LOUIS (AP) — Finally, there's someone who can shut down Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa: the schedule-maker. The sluggers' teams took Thursday off, and the home-run race resumes tonight. McGwire, who needs three homers to break Roger Maris' record of 61, returns home as the St. Louis Cardinals begin a three-game series against Cincinnati. The Chicago Cubs and Sosa, who has 56 homers, play at Pittsburgh. Since Maris doesn't seem to stand a chance, the greater drama may be whether McGwire can stay ahead of Sosa. And then there's this tantalizing question: How many homers will Mighty Mac hit? The pause in the rcce allowed time for a little back-to-school math: — With 23 games remaining, McGwire is averaging a home run every 2.4 games. At that pace, he'll hit 69 homers. — McGwire homered 15 times last September. If he duplicates that finish, he'll hit 70. Crash claims LaMotta NEW YORK (AP) — Former middleweight champion Jake LaMotta lost his second son this year, among the 229 people who died Wednesday night in the Swissair crash off Nova Scotia, the New York Post reported today. Joe LaMotta, 49, president of LaMotta Foods Inc., was headed to Geneva to promote the family business' new line of LaMotta Tomatta Sauce. His brother, Jake Jr., died at age 51 in February of cancerJ "My only two sons died in the same year," Jake LaMotta told the Post. "What is God trying to tell me?" LaMotta, who was portrayed by Robert DeNiro in Martin Scorcese's 1980 film, "Raging Bull," has four daughters with hin ex-wife, Vicki. The 76-year- old former boxer held the middleweight title from 1949 to 1951. The Hurley girls swept the top four places in winning the Hurley Invitational cross country meet at the K-12 School here Thursday. The Midgettes outpaced South Shore, 16-43. Brianne Rowe won the race, followed by fellow Midgettes NMU crushes St. Francis MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) — Melvin Williams rushed for three touchdowns, and James Randle ran for two more as Northern Michigan held St. Francis to minus-11 rushing yards in a 58-0 win Thursday. It was the teams' Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference opener. The Wildcats' point total set a home scoring record, breaking the previous 1996 record of 52 points against Saginaw Valley State. It was Northern's most points in a game since beating Northwood 60-7 in 1987. MTU 44, Northwood 34 At Midland, Bryan Wedan ran for 226 yards and three touchdowns Thursday ns Michigan Tech rolled up 511 offensive yards in a 44-34 VilFC victory over Northwood. Danielle Ladwig, second; Steph Innes, third; Kayla Anderson, fourth; Mary Trone, sixth; and Erika Basom, seventh. Bayfield won the boys' competition, 25-30, over South Shore. Hurley didn't finish enough runners to qualify for a team score. Hurley's Kyle Elsemore won the race, followed by teammate Bryan Sokolowski in second. Other Midget finishers included Nolan Salzmann, sixth; and Russ Ratkowksi, ninth. Amanda Kutz placed first in the girls junior varsity race. Columbia Ski Jackets Now In Stock! 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