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More THE DAILY GLOBE. Ironwood. Ml — Friday, Sept. 11.1998 Page 10 Daily Glob»«J*rmr<( Laura tronwood's Heather Asunto concentrates on a return during play Thursday at Ironwood against Lakeland. No results were available on the Michigan-Wisconsin Conference meet at press time. Ironwood JVs bite Bulldogs On a,beautiful night for football, Ironwood s junior varsity defeated visiting Hancock 38-7. Ironwood opened up the scoring on its first drive with Robert Stempihar running, in from the six. The two-point try was no good and Ironwood led 6-0. Hancock came right back and scored on its second play from scrimmage, a 42-yard run by tailback Brad Anderson. A kick put the Bulldogs up 7-6. The Red Devils defense started to take hold and Ironwood mustered two more scores before half. Fox hits home run NEW YORK (AP) — Fox's decision to preempt its prime-time programming to show Mark McGwire break Roger Maris' record paid off with the highest regular-season baseball rating in 16 years. The 12.9 rating Tuesday night was the highest since Aug. 23, 1982, when ABC posted a 13.4 for "Monday Night Baseball." A ratings point represents 994,000 households on Fox, which drew about 43.1 million viewers. Stempihar ran one in from the. eight to make it 12-7. Fullback Nick Niemi took a pass from ; Josh Hakamaa and rumbled 45 yards for the touchdown. Stempihar ran in that conversion, making it 20-7 at half. The Red Devils drove 50 yards in five plays to open the second half. Stempihar scored from the seven to make it 26-7. Ironwood capitalized on a Han-" cock fumble in the fourth quarter. Niemi ran in a short TD to make the score 32-7. The final Devil score came from tailback Jay Jakeway as he swept right for the touch. Defensive standout were linebacker Matt Rooni and corner- back Kyle Anderson with fumble recoveries, and lineman Adam Wennersten with a blocked punt. Also playing well were Sam Greshan and Jerad Grotberg. "Their score kind of woke us up. It was shocking," said Ironwood coach Gordy Erickson. "We responded because we played great defense the rest of the game." The Devils next game will be Tuesday at Ashland, Hurley volleyballers tops Bayfie.d The Hurley volleyball team picked up Indianhead Conference wins over Bayfield and Butternut this week. The team is showing tremendous potential and will only be getting better and better at developing their skills," said coach Jamie Stiffarm. On Thursday, Hurley topped Bayfield 15-2, 15-8, 15-2. Sara Tarasewicz led the Midgette servers with four aces. Maria Gotta and Brea Trcka led Hurley's net play with several kills. Hurley beat Butternut 15-10, 15-8, 15-0 on Tuesday. The ladies played well. There was an all-around great team effort," said Stiffarm. This team is really on the move toward great accomplishments this aeaoon." '..., ,. _ Hurley's junior varsity beat Bayfield 15-1, 15-10, 15-9; and Butternut 15-11, 15-4, 8-15. Daily Globe Scoreboard Detroit College Football Wake Forut 26, Navy 14 NFL Sunday, BcpL 13 B*ltjmor« it N«w York JeU, 1:U1 p m. Buff*la it Miami, 1:01 p m. Carolina m New Or If an*. 1:01 p.m. . Chicago atPilUbunih. 1:01 p.m. Cincinnati ttLVtroil, 1:01 p.m. Karuas City M Jacksonville, 1:01 p.m. Minneaola atSt. Louix, 1:01 p.m. Philadelphia at AtJanU, 1:01 p.m. San Difgo it Tenne«a««. 1:01 p.m Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 1:01. p m. Arizona at Seattle, 4:15 p.m. Dallaa at Denver, 4: 15 p m. New York GianU at Oakland, 4:15 p.m. Indiana poll* at New En^Uni-l, B:20p.m. Monday, Sypt. 14 Saa Pranciaco at Wa^hinjfton, 8:20 p.m. Anaheim Texaa Seattle OakJand 55 ?i .377 Weat Diviafon W L Prt. 80 65 78 67 66 78 66 79 GB .552 — 13V 14 ,458 .455 x-eUncried division tjtle Thuraday'a Game NY. Yanke«a 8, Toronto 5 ', Only fame acheduled Friday 1 • Game. Seattle (Fiuuero 10-12 arid Cloude 8-10) at Kanaiu City (Barber 2-2 and Appier 0-0), 2. 605 p.m. Detroit (Powell 3-6) at Boston (Sa- berhajen 12-7). 7:0.1 p m. Chicago White So* (Abbott 1-0) at Cleveland (Naffy 13-9), 7:05 p m. Texaa (StotUemyre 3-3) at Tampa Bay (Saundera 4-14). 7:05 p.m. Anaheim (Finley 11-6) at Bait. • more (Erickaon 14-11), 7:35 p.m. Toronto (Clemen* 18-6) at N.Y. Yankeea (Irabu 11-8). 7:35 p.m Oakland (Kogt-n 13-7) at Minnesota (Tewkabury 7-9), 8:05 p.m. National League Faat Division W L Pet. GB Tampa Bay; 24, 25, 28, 27, Baltimore. AWAY (7): Sept. 14. 15. New York; 16, 17, B.tltirmire; 1H. 19, 20. Chicnpo. TEXAS (171 — HOME (5): Sfpt. Hi. 17. Anaheim; 18. 19, 20, Oakland. AWAY (12): Sept. 11. 12. 13, Tumpa Buy; 14. 15. Baltimore; 21, 22, 23. Anaheim: 24. 25. 26, 27. Seattle. TORONTO (IB) — HOME (6): Sept. 21, 22. 23, Baltimore; 25, 26, 27 Detroit. AWAY (10): Sept. 11, 12, 13, New York; 14, 15. Cleveland; 16, 17. Detroit; 18. 19. 20, Tampa liny. K-B<»*lon ha* one makeup fame which has not yet been rescheduled. Michigan Prep Basketball Thunday'a R««ulta Calumet 46. Iro&wood 31 C'arney-Nadeau 47. SUphenson 32 £«canah« 63,« 45 Ewen-Trout Creek 41, Ijkr Linden 33 Houston 4J, Iron River Went Iron County 38 Iron Mountain 52, Gwlnn 29 Iron MLB N DicLinmor. M. Hark Rjver-Harria 4fi lahpcmJRc We*twood 62, lahpem- ing49 KJnjflford 67. Gladrtone 36 L'An»« 45, P»ine»dale -Jtffr ra 38 Negaao«« 7B, Muniainj 37 Norway 39, Manituqu* 16 Ontonafoo 4i, Barafa 32 Pcrw«rm North Central 42, Cooka Bit Bay da Hoc 36 Atlanta NewYork rhila Montreal Florida 93 82 68 57 48 54 65 78 00 99 .633 .558 .466 383 .326 • — 11 24V, 36 45 Central Divialon Hovi.ston Chichi,'" St.Uiun Milwauke Cin Pitt W 34 82 72 « 69 67 66 L r.3 65 74 78 80 79 Pet. .639 558 491 .463 .456 .455 GB — 12 2U'i 25 27 27 Weat Diviaion SanDtrpo SF ' IA Colorado W 92 79 75 70 " L 55 67 72 78 Pet. .626 .541 .510 473 GB — 12',^ 17 2 2 'A Rcpublk-Michicamra* 70, Wa- Rock-Mid Pcninaula 4H. Engadine 30 Rt Ignaa 71, Rudyard M X Baseball American League W I NewYork 103 Katioa 82 Toronto 78 Baltimore 73 TampaBay 56 41 62 ICanuaCity 6A MinnwoU 6.1 Pet. 715 ..wa B8 534 72 .503 M ,:;89 Central Oiviaioa W L Pet. SO 64 .B.M1 79 8O GB 21 30'/i 47 GB Thurarlay'a (iamea CoKiniiio.'l. Fli-rnla 1 ixi« Antrrleq 4, San Die^'o .'J AthinlA 7, Montreal 4 N.Y. Met* 7. I'hiUdclphia 5 (,'hicaKo Ci:l»« 5, 1'jtt^ljur^h 2 Si, i»um 8, (-incirm^ti 7 Hou^Uin 7. Milwaukee 1 Only gamfa scheduled Frlday'a Garnet Milwaukee ( PuUiyher 2-2) at Chi- cannCuhatWrneert 1-3), 3 20 p m. N.Y Mct« (Jonea 9-7) at Montreal (Pav»no4-8), 7.05 p m Pittalmrgh (I'etera 7-9) at I'hiU- dnlphia (I^>ewer 6-6), 7. OS p m. Arizona (Sodowjtky ri-5) »t Cincinnati (Tnmko 11-11), 7.05 p ni Florida (Ojnla 2-4) at Athinla (Smoltz 14-31.7 40 p m St. I>iui» (Morria 5-4) At Hrajiton 'Hamnt/m 11-6). M 05 p m I.OM Anjfi-leJi Ulohnnon 6-9) at San Dii-ifo (Hamilton 12-12), 10 05 p m Colorado (Writfhl 9-12) at Hun Frnnciico (Hfr.shiwr 91(1), 1035 National League W L Pel. GB 82 6. 1 ) .558 ~ Ni-wYork 82 (55 .558 — SanFnin 79 67 .541 2Vj Schedule CHICAGO (15) — HOME (6): Sept II, 12. 13, Milwaukee; 18, 19. 20. Cincinnati. AWAY <H): Sept. H, 15, 16. 17, Sun Diejjo; 22, 23, Mil- wauki-r. 2a. 26, 27, Houslon. NKW YORK (15) — IIOI.TE (5); IS. 19, 20, Florida; 22.' 23, Montreal AWAY (10): Sept 11. 12. 13, Montreal; 14. 15 (21, 16, Houston; 25, 26. 27. Allantn. SAN FRANCISCO — (16) — HOME (10): Sept. 11. 12, 13, Colorado. 18. 19, 20, Lo« Anjielea; 21, 22, 23. 24, PitUhur^h. AWAY (B): S.'jit, 14. lf>. 1«, Ai-uona; 25, 26, '11, Colorado. League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE HOME RUNS—McC.wire, St. Ix)ui.s, 62; Sosft, Chicago, 58; (}Vaui;hn. San Dip^o, 48; CmLilla, Colorado, 43; Cmlr.rra^a. Atlanta, 43; AJou, Houston, 38; V(Juerrero, Montreal, 35. . AMERICAN LEAGUE HOM!-; RUNS—Griffey Jr. Scat- lie. 50; Belle. Lhicajfo, 45; Cnnaeco, Toronto, 42, JuGonialpz, Texaj, 41. }<l'»lmeir«, Baltimore. 41; ARod- ri^ue?,, Seattle,, 39; MHamirei, CleveUnrl, 36 transactions BASEBALL OAKLAND ATHLETICS—An- nouncrd a two-y«ar affiliatiMi a^pemenl with Vascouver of tht K:L. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Announced an aiTiliation acramwnt with Hickory °! ^" South Atlantic l*A%Vt FOOTBALL CINCINNATI BENGALS— Signed WR Willi*»on. MIAMI DOLPHINS—ArtiTaUd WR Nat* Jftcquet from th« praclic« •i|uud. Signed RB Jun« Bo«tic, OT Matt R«era and WS Aatwuao Wyatt to the practice ftquad. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS— Relpiinpd CIS Terry Billupa from th« practice xjuad. Signed LB Shawn Htuckcy Ui the practiot *quad. FVo- moted L*rry Cook from regional scnm u> director ofcc^eg» Koutinf. NEW YORKGIANTS-Siffned TE Andy |!HUX« to the practica aquad. Waivid TE Orant Baynham from the practice Bqu&d. HOCKEY (IO.STON BRUINS-Signed C Knc Nickulan and D DennU Vuke. CAROLINA HURRICANES— Siifnrd (J Anurs Irb« u> a one-year contrnct. DALLAS STARS—Sipicd D Si-r(j.\v (!u«ev and D Dan K*cimer to oni'-yrar contrnctl NKW.,JERSEY DEVlLS-A«r««i lei t.'rm* with C D«ni« Pedenoo, D Sheldon Souray and RW Steve Rrnlr NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Ac- qu'.rriS LW Nic 3»audoin frora th« Colorado Avalanche for ca*h coniid- rrationfl, I'llOKNIX COYOTES-Siirn«d O Scott l^m^kow to a on*-y«ar oou- tract TAMi'A BAY LIGHTNING— Named K»vin Kl«in vie* pnaident of torjx.rat* aalp< and »«rvice, IXinna Ferria director of bujine** rl«:ve!i.pmcnt, Parrinh I^mb «pon- Mir.thip coordinator. Phillips, Ashland beat up on young Cardinal netters WAKEFIELD — Wakefield's young Cardinals continued to find the going rougti in Michigan-Wisconsin Conference play here Thursday when they dropped a doubleheader to Phillips and Afihland 6-1 and 7-0. But despite the setbacks, the Carda continue to show improvement. Krista Niemi, Wakefield's No. 3 singles registered the team's initial conference victory agasint Phillips, taking a tough three-Bet battle from Christina Podhora 6-7, 6-4, 6-4. Also in singles Mandy Negro dropped a hard fought 6-3, 6-4 battle to the Loggers' Tina Pipkorn, Alicia Berg fell 8-6, 6-2 to Jenny Morey, and No, 1 Card singles player Cindie Janssen dropped a 6-0, 6-0 decision to PamWendorf. In doubles, Phillips No. 1 duo of Heather.Quelle and Laura Hahn turned back Rae Ann Bekkala and Erin Adams 6-3, 6-0; Krissy Bogdonovic and Emily Rasmussen defeated Laura Ritter and Mxl. Ikola 6-1, 6-0; and freshmen Connie Van Kley and Amy Mattson proved competitive before falling to Nicole Stankey and Jessie Grappa 6-4, 6-1. The Cards swept the exhibition singles matches against the Loggers with Emily Mereure outlasting Steph Balsis 6-4, 2-6, 6-4; Janelle Engel topped Sam Suchy 1-6, 6-1, 7-5; Christel Janssen de- tisioned Chastity Haroldson; and Becky Miljevich outlasted Kristin Grant 9-7, 6-3 Vicki Keaki and Jamie Gerbig dropped the only doubles exhibition encounter 6-1, 6-0, to Jenny Hertlein and Nikki Peterson. Ashland swept the singles with Wakcfield. Kristina' Ladd defeated Cindie Janssen 6-2, 6-0; Beth Klobucher turned back Mandy Negro 6-1, 6-1; Katie Miller edged Krista Niemi in a tight battle 6-4, 7-5; Jessie Kessler got by Alicia Berg, 6-3, 6-0. In doubles Traci Colgrove and Christelle Helary defeated Bekkala and Adama 6-2, 6-0; Rachel Cavcn and Janelle Rydberg turned back Ritter- Ikola 6-2, 6-1, while Naomi Orensten-Lisa topped Van Kley-Mattson 6-1, .6-1. Ashland took two exhibition singles: Both Sto'arzyk won a close 6-3, 7-6 contest from Christel Janssen and Rebecca Or*n- sten nipped Becky Miljevich 6-3. The teams split exhibition doubles: Emily Mercure-Janelle Engel blanked Ekaterina Straha- rova (exchange student from ByelorussiaVWhitney Sutarek. 6-0,6-0, while Ashland'sVeronica Houle-Rebecea Orensten won over Vicki Keski-Jamie Gerbig in a tiebreaker 6-3, 7-6. The loss dropped Wakcfield M-W record to 0-5, Wakefield moves out of the arena to the Negaunee Invitational where they will meet:Marquette, Menominee, Kingsford, Gladstone, Negaunee, Westwood and. West Iron County on Saturday and return to loop play traveling to Lakeland on Tuesday. HHS splits doubleheader The Hurley Midgettes pounded out a 5-2 tennis victory over visiting Phillips Thursday, after falling to Lakeland 7-O. The highlight of the Lakeland meet was Hurley's No. 1 player, Carrie Mattson, stretching Sacha Metropolis to three sets, before losing the third set 6-4. Metropolis won 6-2,5-7, 6-4. "It was encouraging to watch the girls rebound from the defeat to play so strongly in their second match of the day," said coach Bonnie Leino. No. 1 doubles Kris Zanella- Stephanie Giancola, No. 2 Erica Hanson-Emily Gibbons and No. 3 Gina Ludwikowski-Amber Soffi- etti all won. In No. 2 singles, Adrienne Leino improved to 3-1 by topping Tina Pipkorn, 6-1,6-0. No. 3 singles performer April Johnson downed Christina Pod- hora, 6-1, 6-2. Phillips' Pam Wendorf nipped J.Iattson 6-4, 6-2, and Jenny Morey went to three sets against Jenny Wright in No. 4 singles, winning 5-7, 6-1, 6-4. For Lakeland, th*,- winners were: Maggie Hogan, No. 2 singles; Sarah Coon, No. 3; Chri*- tiaan Hendrickson, No. 4; and the doubles teams of Sandi Koski-Katie Trickey, Briea P&ller- Emily Barling and Erin Franken—Alycia Keller-Czuppa. In exhibition play against Phillips, Hurley's Kelly Saippa-An- drea LaMarche downed Nikki Peterson-Jenny Hertlein 6-1,6-1. Other winners for Hurley were the doubles teams of Jenny Kern-Maria Grasso and Candice Barto-Shannon Ofstad. Johnson-Weisinger-Miller-Roehm win ONTONAGON — The team of Duncan Johnson, Scott Weisinger, Pat Miller and Griff Roehm won the annual Lake Superior Shoot-Out at the Ontonagon Golf Club as part of the Labor Day festival. The Johnson-Weisinger-Miller- Roehm team shot a hot seven-under to take the championship. They were followed by the team of Huck Freimuth, Jim Greiser, Gene Fiszer and Dave White. Consolidation in Flight A was Harrington, Rundman win Hansen Memorial ONTONAGON — The Ed Hansen Memorial Run, a Sunday event of the Ontonagon Labor Day Festival celebration, set a record attendance for the event. Nearly 100 runners participated in the five-kilometer and 10K events which originated in 1980 to honor one of the founders of the 41-year-old festival. A new runner to the event, Jim Harrington, of Marquette, won the 10K run in a time of 34:24. Harrington led all the way, but did not break the record set by Pat Lencioni of 32:31 in 1989. The first woman to break the tape in the 10K was Joan Rund- man, Ishpeming, in a time of 41:05. Rundman owns the women's record in the event with a 39:27 run in 1993. The youngest winner in the 5K event was 14-year-old David Hilden, of Marquette, in 20:54. The winner of the women's 5K was Shawn Opplinger, Hancock, who holds the record for the race at 18:56 set in 1995. Dean Juntunen repeated his wheelchair event win in 24:01 for thelOK Chairman of the event Bill Kilmer said the Ed Hansen is drawing more runners- from many states and thanked all those who assisted in the event. Top finishers (first-third places) in each age group included: M«n'» 10K; 15-19 — K«vin Kivi. Hurley; 20-29: Dean Kettri. Atlantic Mine; 30-39: Alex Mayer, Houghton, David Caa»i«re, Huffman Eilatei, Iliinoia; CHavio Ruil, Mexico; 40-49: Carl Mcrri»oa, Sturgeon Bay; Scott Me- Conrusll, Calumet; Jim Waterm, Ontonngun; 50-59: Eddie Rouaaeau, MUM City; Gary Gi- •nnur.iio, Norway; Gary Enprtrom, Ironwood; 60-69: Axlen Sunn, Iron River; Bob Rotuado, Ontonagoa. Women'* 10K; 14 and under AahJey Oliver, Ironwood: 20-29: Ginger Jackaoa Tetcak, Madiaon; 30-39: Cathy Puuri, Atlantic Mm*; Leah Nikula. Iroowood; Barbara Kudo, VCar- ouette; 40-49: AnftU Santini, Oil*; Sharon Tahtintn, We*t D*Moioe*, Iowa; 60-S9: Sandy Williamaoo. KCWMSMW County. Women'* BKi 14 and under: Emms Ltlli*, Maremaco. 12 year* old; Helen LiUie, Mar»- niico, Monica Sander*, Whit* Pin«; 20-2* Stawy Carmmella, Cladatotw; Julie litajurin, MorquetU; Pam Franti, Onton»jau; 30-3& Cindy NobU. MarquetU; Terry Penefor Soralle.. Green Bay, M«Ua*a Saatini, OnUm- agon; 40-49: Diane Majurin, Ontonafon {•); Carol Maki, White Pine; Sue Pencgor, Eaeaa- aba; 50-59: Roavmary Smith, Madiaon ('); Strnfon. Ewen; Llona South, Ventura, California; 60 and over: Patricia HiU, Onton- ajron and Barbara Smith, Dearborn. Men'* 5K: 14 and under: Neil Sander*, White Pine; Ben Miller, Marquette; Jacob Longhini, Woodbury, Minnesota; 15-19: Jam«a Murry, Marquette; 20-29: Patrick Soreile, Green Bay; David Smith. Atlanta, Ga.; Scott Fogebon, OakdaU, Ml; 40-49: Jim Burke, Crystal Fall»; Percy Dal«, Marquette; Dick Franti, Ocumagon. 50-59: Neil Kmiecik, Ironwood; Wayne Walma, Mat* City and Bill Wood, West Valley, Utah; 60-«9: George Orchard, Iron River; Arne Henderson, Hancock; Raymond Smith, Dearborn; 70 and over: Tom Clack, Elk Rapidi (*) and Bob Fyruli, Marqoe- tte. (*) — denotes new age group record. carded by Dan Lutz, Jerry Monk, Dan Floyd and Leonard Destrampe. Flight B was won by the team of Mel and Jim Sulkanen, Bill Paynter and Bob Raisanen. They were followed by the team of Carol Reid, John Hale, Mark and Jim Bobula and the team of Jack and Brad Robetton, Jerry Koski and John Reid. Flight C wa« won by Team C»- marich, comprised of George and Tony Csmarich and Ed and Joe Skoviak, They were followed by the team of Jim Daniels, Lou Gregory, Steve Polakowski and Flossie Strong and the team of Maurice Penegor, Bob Lukkari. and Ross Harry. Flight D was won by Team Brookina comprised of Dave Brookins, Tim Chascsa, Steve Butina and Rick Kenny. They were followed by the team of Keith Scott, Barbara Grie*er, Lee Ann and Jim' Jessup and the team of Peg Lutz, Bonnie Csmarich, Shirley Skoviak and Debbie Roberta. Columbia Ski Jackets Now In Stock! Adult & Kids Sizes AVwr A Columbia ^T -S»>n.swarComii!i HOBBY WHEEL INC. 1435E. Cloved and Dr. Irorrvrood, Ml (906) 932-3332 JUKT1CCAT $ SUZUKI We're Moving to HURLE^WI formerly NAPA U.S. 51 » 2nd Av«. 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