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More THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml —Tuesday, Sep}. 15, 1998 Page 10 Daily Globe Scoreboard Eagle Bluff Scores — I •••* (In.-s D.m ;m*l " IV.lim-s l.uill.iw :)H Low.NYl T.inv H. m.lt" .111.1 I.J.IIH Si mr-n.ik :il. Hill lYc'ci.n and Shirley McOnnaM 34, (it-ni- H.i:i'.tsln anrl Lruir.i H:i niiii'.-h :I4 Men's Scramble Sept .t- Score* — Chris IVruli'. VYrn 'Illll, Tom (JilnrV'n. S-r.ink Wil-mt ill". Frank Kt.ino. C.vio Kant". Moon S.iin. Kr.ink K«|iruek .'12. M irv Itnr SralT. Wavni' M:uh>>. .hrn KIPK. .Jne Zylmski i'2 Ilirdif* — Tom (;,ij;ii'>n. N'.i HI it 13; Vern Mill. Nn 1.1. KranK St.iri", No' \2 &. 16, <M-P'> K.lDlo. No IS, Wayne Mathis. Nil \'2 & IT. .!,*•*>•• Imski.N'o 14 S*nior League Sept <l Scores — itunyn 1 Mrt Jml^;i'H. • W.-iyn«. Muthis. Trim C.u.Tii.n. Marl" ' Whilky 31; Mall Ammiori. Karl i \VrItunki-r. Vern Hill. Tonv Co~si :u CloKst to Pin — Don l.gillnw. - ,No lu ^ Longest Putt — Karl \Vrltimk- " <r. Nn 17 Men's Scramble Si-pi 10 : Team standings — K/arik St. mo. j. l-'a.-ciil IVrtili'. 1'iiTTi' llernadmi'. , Hale Kenipcn 3). Amy M i//on...lirn , Kri-v. Man,' IturtrafT, ' Kus.-, l.un- tiijn-n 34. Tfil (rt;u'kiru>, ll.vn l-'orti 1 , Frank Kojinick ,M. Jim Kiiiu, .Joe . Zylmski, l.lnyil Wertan<-n 34 '. Birdies — 1'ascal IVrlilv. No It. . Frank Stano, N.I J'J. D.ile Keni|M-n. No l">. 1'n-rre [Icrn.nluie. No 17. Aniy Mrtzznn. No l."i; Ku clgri-n. No 17. Ti-it C.i.ickirvi. No l.'i, ' Jrn- Zylmski, Nil \2 Cl.VSS I) 1 AuKm, 1L11- i >C il 2 I!,.pul Kiver -I .1 :i San^iliuk 4 >J I M,,mre 50' 5 G.nl.iril St M.i'rv 5 ii' Ii V.*!.-r 5 o 7 Mi.-AuSahle '".-I « Kil-.-.'.i'.l, II '.' llriliai.-Mac-pr. • I-')' I'l Sl .L.sep.h Ml. 4-1 llonorahlc Mention: <'irn Na,!..,,i 1-1- 21. Sl .l.'-,-|,h !. Mir!,!-: HI Catholic 31' I'l. l'». Trout Creek '.! 1 I" Men.lun •-• 11. Colon '.I 1 11.1. ('rv.-t.il K 1'ui, .,: Park '2 1 ii; Cahen 2 1 lr..a M..iint..in N.nlh IVikmr 21 I. Pan..-da!--i.•!!. •- 2 1 'J."h:um. ~l,u NATION AI.C'ONKK Kasl W I. I Pel. I'F PA 1 i' i .".(lit lil 52 1 II r ,fm -IS 4-1 1 il no* ) '2\ 71 1 ") 01)0 ]2 ">5 J I) (UNI :t-l 7(i Cenlrwl 'i (i I HVl lil 3-1 » • (i ) .'I'm (i;» :<s -I 1 0 O'.H) ,Ti (Hill 47 72 (KiQ '22 54 Wl- Junior Football Today llurli'v nl W.iki-fieM Hc^si-mt-r :i: himwoor! Sept. 22 VS':ikefirlil at Hi-s^enuT TrnnwiK'd at Hurley Ironwood ill Wakefieltl Hrs~i-nifr it Hurlev Ott. I Tark Falls at Ironwood Oct. 6 I[.in>viKMl at Ncssemrr W.ikelHId at Hurley Oct. 13 flurN'V :ll lr'inwo<xl Ilesvemer nt W.iki-nel.l Oct. 19 WiikeHeld nt Inmwnod Oct. 20 Hurlrval llessi-nier Nii '2 » <i i i«n) -1:1 :n M-" 2 (• nl i.K)i) Sl -in I'.u (1 2 u (ii.li* 2S ;ts Hi [. 'I 2 o <Hn> -]S lil,' Monday's Game S.in I r..LKi-i.i .|,x Waslnniiti.n 10 Sunday, Sept. 20 OI'KN All.inl:i, Carilma, New l Iri.-ans. San Frannsi u !>• 'Ir-ni .il Minnesota, I 01 |i TII Uri'i-n U.LV .it <'i:umnati. . 1 01 l.i.lianap.jlM .(I Ni-w York Jet.- 1(11,, m l'iUst,nri:li .it M.-.1.111, 1 if] f III Sl l.,iai.- a! IlnlTnl... 1 01 ]> m - San UM-CIP al Kansas City. 1 (II I'"i Tpnncisee ril .\,w Knuiiiml. 1 01 Cii:c.n:o it T:uil|i:< Hay. -I 05 Ji m. •llalliiiiori' at .Jacksonville. 4 15 [! m 1), 'liver ;il Oakland, -I 1 ~> ',' m I'liil.nlelphM :il Ariwin.i. S 'JO p m. MondHV. Sept. lil , Dallas .11 Neil Ynrk CJiant.-:. S 20 Prep Basketball Tue*div Kwcn-Trtmt Creek al Hniiuliton Maremsco at WakefieM l,akc Linden at ()nton:iL:on W.itcrsmvrl :it BpsspmiT > Thursday Wiitersmrtl at M.ireniscu Wesl Iron County at IrunwiNHl • Ewen-Trout Creek ai'Onlnnaiinn Wakefield at HuUKhlnn U.P.S.S.A. Prep Poll KVsulls ofthis wot'k'5 U 1' Sports wnters-S|>flrt.srasterfl hi^ll sell .'baskethall poll arp fcilfowrd. tiy rec- . urd. 1 * and poll point-s: Claw ABC ..'l.SauttSl.- Miinr-:i-() •2 \\Vstwcxxl 4-0 ,'] Ni'Raunpf4-O '4 Mari|uullP 4-1 ; . 1 ,1 K* can.•< ha 4-1 Olhprs rpcejvmR vote*- St IROS* n M. 1Z; Irrm Mountain :|-0, fi. • L'Ansc 4-0. H; KinKsfiin! .'!-!. :! Clam) D , I Ra|jnl River 4-0 'J'Jl'ITlT.t'J-l il C'xrnry fs'arlpnu !!• I ' 4 lYclarvillo :)-! " ,1 Hr.^si-nipr.L!-! Othrr r«t:rivini,' vnlc.s: Nnrth Dick insnn 2-1.,1.1; Kwcn-Trnul ; 2-1, la.OnlonaKon 2-1, :i Michigan Prep Poll Thi- Ki|i 1(| li-ams in Ihc ati-d I'ri-ss hinh .st-li,«]| pirls liankpl- • Ijal] |Mill. wilh rrtcinJH in pari'nth "srs Totals an- liasr-ri on I. 1 ) rwimr. 1 ; for a first (ilnci- voip. 14 for upcoml. «-lc CLASSC 1 KalamazimCnrsln (2-1) 2 H.irlxr S[jrini:s i,'1-'2J .1 Slirllivi.l -Hi 4 itlciSl luililir. i,").l ) S.indusky i-l-O) I! Mitliii^an I,'i-ntrr i :l-0i 7 Rvdliircl Ilish [1 i(l.:ti 5 HIPI lirnilKon (4-01 Miintori i:t-0i III (1 liapi.^'lljilsK-l Oi llnnnrahlp Mention: St I i-l-l i 17. I.'AIIM-' l-lli 17. I'ari-hmpiil M-l'i 14. Tliri-.- (laks Itivrr Vall.-y i">-(li 14. Krpi-l.iiKl i:l Ol It, l.shppni m^' \Vi>slwcHiil i:l II !l. ll.incnr 14-1 .4, Klklnn-l'iiipon-ll.iy I'nrt i-|.() Ncwayco i :i 1 ^ S. iron Mminlain i:t-(H 7. Sn.ttvilli- Mason (aiiinlv Ci-nlr.il i-l-Oi t;. |{i-:nlni-k 'IMil r N.-i:,iiin.-i' I4-H- ,1. M.ircrllin i.l-ll/ l.:n,-'iln Ak-nna "« o L\ i-l 2 I, C.is.-'Cilv 'il-l > 1 !-">, Michigan Prep Poll • Tin- ti'ii 10 icji rn> in the A_--<K - t- J • ali-il I'ri'S.i linrl) .srhixi] f<M> witfi rrcor(is in p.iri'ntiu'.- .nri} tia.^i-d on l> poinls f< iil.U'v vntt-, 1-1 (or si-conrl. t- ClJVSS CC 1 ( YnstanUne < 2-0 ' 2 Wrmti-mnrp I'rcsc"H '2 3 Nf^.iuni <• ' '2 (l tlM.ll (lull. •S Totals r a first- ' C ,' 4(1 "' -V2 :(7 4 'lid K!kln-IV !ly|il'2-(»l :t7 n rts- iihil rcc- 84 T2 4H 24 l.S fi. H7 r>i 4S :i:i 21 >ck,-,'k fKTl* krl- lic- nf. 1 ; n.l. fiS 1 h 1 ''" ! ., ' •11 42 37 :(7 2M ins (Mil 1,-y rii- -1 1 M. -un II V •'• '•1. ins 1 Sr.pkms \'2 -0 (> rapac'2-0) 7 ( i w i n n i '.' (1 ' S llarlfnnl i2-»i !> Vprninnlvillp MV(2-0) Id Coodruh I'J-o') Itliai.n2.0. 1 Muski-Kiin <"<"! '2 Oi 31 •'!" 11 1:1 11 .1 "' •IS .'>. I'eu-amnAVpMiitialiallMH 42 • 1 .Slcjilirnsnri (2 O' 4 Trav Cily St K i2 Ol ". St Iciiacoi2-0) (! (iiihlpslL'-lll 7 .Ioni'.svillc(2.0' H rmrinviHo-Shwn i 2-0? <J SanifCrppkl'J -(» II) Harpi-r WIMNJS '2 -(II CLASS Ol) 1 l.:iwrpnrp.2.(li- :.il,llVcr Won,lsll(,lri-2-ll' :) .Ihnsliri; l.wsln (2-().' 4 Hvssrmrr i 2(1 :, Mmi2(li K Kulton M.(llii'2 07 Kiiii:sluii(2-0 S Kinilp N Iliirnn ' 2 0 > •',) MrndnlK I-l 1 10 Har.iiM 'II' 1 [.aki- Linden i 2-0) 2 r'owli'r (2-0)1 .1 N.irtl> Dickinson (2 Oi 4 iUuU' Creek Sl r<2-OI .1 Centrrlinr St C :)' 't r.ricadin* 1 < 2-0' 7 DeTour (2 •(>> .S Ml I'l.MsiinlSII 12-01 !) North Central (2-1).'. 1(1 lli'illonl St A i2 Oi NFL 41 .11 2S 22 17 .Hi 1:1 . f .t •lit •Hi :!s :i4 :i2 2- r > 17 \> M i; i'i 41; 40 :n :io 22 i:t 12 in s A.MKKICAN CONKKHKNCE Ki.s! W L T Pet Mia 2 0 01 On( NIC 1 1 0 .11 K lluf 0 2 0 Ol)< Inilv 0 2 (t (ID* NV.( 0 2 (1 (.()( Onlml .I.K 2 0 I! 1 (X!< I'm 2 u o i oo< Hall 1 1 0 filll Cm 1 1 I) Till! Tenn 1 1 I) :"i(« West Den 2 I) I) ] IKK SD 2 o ii 1 out SIM 2 0 01 OIH KC 1 1 o -,l)l Oak 1 1 0 .lor 1'K PA Tin :i:i 2 1 2:1 21 ri:i 40 IKI •l.'. :i;i .17 2 Ti :I7 :iu •IH .11 ill) 27 (•'.J !i 2^) 2 1 71 1 1 4 I 2'J 2 N 4 .1 Sl Unas 7. IM^Iiurfit. 3 N Y M.-ts 7. Houston -1. l:) in- run L: s Ail7nn.i It, Kan Krnncisrn '2 S.m DIC-KCI-I. Oic;ifc«> Cubs.') L..- Anp'lfs 4. <"o!ur«do 1 Tueiday'i Games N V Mi-is i Hoynoso 7-1 and loiter 1". :"i' :it lluusL:m iRt-ynolds 1S-8 .met ll.imn 0-0>. '2.4 05 p m. 1'illslmi-!;!! il-oil-cr 8-13 and Silva <>••!' .H S! Unas lOslxirnv 4-3 and Ajliiir-4 (>!.'J.C. Hlpin Fluntl.l iMnlin.l 1 4i :ll Montreal iitmrni.in ;!-»>.'7 05 |i rn. Milw.uikri- iK.ul y-U'i "I Cincin- n.m ilS.-mlinj!" 1-151. 7:05 p m. l'hil;i<li'H>!na (Orti-n B-]0) si At- I.mi.I iMillwWKl 15 81. 7:40 p.m. S.in Fr:incj.-.ai (Kui'Icr 15-9J at Ar- i.Min.i Tcli-maciifi-;V. 10 03 p m. (Vl.j^elo'Kili- 11-16)at l.os Ar.gi" U'n 'l':irk l:) H>. 10 05 p.m. Cliu-;<C<! t'ulii (Tapani '18-71 at S.m l)i.-i:<)iHrown IH-til. 1005p.m. Wild Card Race American L«apu« W L Pet. GB riustiin 83 65 501 — Torunlo 81 69 .540 .'! Texas 79 70 530 4'A Schedule I1OSTON '14i — HOME (8)- De- troil. '21 t'2:, '22. 2J. Tampa Hay. 24, 2.x if,. '21, Maltimnre. AWAY (6): Sept. 15. New York; If.. 17, Baltimore; 18. 19. 20, Chicago. TORONTO H21 — HOME (S):. Sept 21, '2'2, 23. Baltimore: 25. 26. 27 rXroit. AWAY (61: 15, Cleveland; lii. 17. Detroit; IS, 19. 20. Tampa Hay. TKXAS u:l> — HOME <5>: Sept.- 16. 17. Analieim; IS. 1». 20. Oakland AWAY IS). IS, Baltimore; 2ll 22. 2:). Anaheim; 24. 25. 26. 27. S*- American Hast I3iv W L Pet. GB vNewYmk l(!l 44 703 — Hu-lun" h.l C>5 ,1lil 21 '-/I'lironlii Kl~ (ill .540 21 n.illiinure 77 72 - 517 27 **j Tamp.iH.iy 5^ 90 3112 -1H C'entral Division W 1. Pet. GH I'li-veland . *2 fiH 5"i4 — One,11411 71 7h 477 ll"j KansasCity I'.S Hi) 45U 14 Minni-«nla C,-, (-4 43li 17'.-.- llelruil r >7 !')!( 3SO 2li West Division W L Pet. GB Anaheim .SI <iS 54-t — Texas 7^1 70 .'i30 2 Oakland (ill HO 4!!3 12 SiMltie (is fill 450 12'v X I'hrii hnl I|IVIMIMI tilli: Monday's Gumrn Clevel.ilnMi. Toronto 3 Ariahrtrn 4. Tarn|ia Hay 2 Hallininrr- 1. Texas 0 N Y Yankees:!, lli.slon 0 Seiiiile 111. Minnesota 3 Chica,:.. While Sox 17. Delruit Ifi, l'2ir.mn K s Kansas (My Hi. Oakland (i - Tuesd»y's Games Seal lie (Ahlxitl MO al Minni'sola i U.iilrii;iie^ -15 t. ] 15 p rn Oakl.iod 'Holers 14-71 ill Kansas Hi;. (R;i|i[i II-ID. 2 05 p m Chiiaco While Sox iSirotk'a 12-141 al Di-lroil i(!remmi;er 5-KI. 705 1 p m Tor.inlo iSti.b 1-1 i :it Cleveland H'dloii 13-K'. 7 05 |i in Anaheim '-hiilen 1-21 al Tampa Hay lArmio 13-ia>. 7 05 p in T. xa> 'l.i.aua 3-4 ,il Hallimore ll'imson 7-H>. 7 Da [i m Huston iW:«kelie|[| 15-Si :il N Y Yankee^ Mer«'inlM-ck 0-(». 735 p rn National League Kuxt Divisiun W I. Pet. GB x All - !J(i 55 (iilG — NewY..rk HI r;7 55(i 12 I'lul.i 70 HO 4H7 25t-j Muntn-al lill 91 31)7 3*i Finn.1.1 -I!) 1112 .125 47 Control Division w i, PCI. C;B x Him '.!<; 55 li.Hi — i hu-,ki:.i K.I i;7 r>5c, 12 Sl I.IMI i> 74 7li .|!)3 21 '--• MiKv.mkee 71 SO .|7(1 25 Cm (i!) M2 -157 27 1'itl 07 H2 450 2H West Divisioii W I. Pet. GB x S!) id 5li (i2!) — SI' Ml 70 5:13 H'j I-A 77 71 510 |H C.il.u ido 72 MO 174 23'-j Ari/.ir.a lil) ill ;|<17 ;m x-rlin. lu-d division till.' y-clini h. (I p!a\uirin.rth Mondiiy'.s Gil mo* Mr.mrr.d 4. ITorid.i 2 Miliv.iuki'1- '2. Cin.-mnali 1 All nil,i -1. I'hiladelplita 2 Chicago National I>«ac>i« W L Pet. GB 84 (57 .556 — • NewYork 8! R7 .556 — S;lnFran '. SO 70 533 3Vj ' Schedule CHICAGO' 'i 1 1) — HOME en- is, IS), 20, Cincinnati. AWAY (8) Se|it. 15. l(i. 17. San Diego; 22, 23, Milwaukee: 25, 2fi, 27, Houston. NEW YORK (11) — HOME <5): IS. 1<>. 20, Florida; 22, 23, Montreal AWAY (6). 15(2), 16. Houston; 25.2fi.27, Atlanta. . SAN FRANCISCO — <12) — HOME (7), 18, 19, 20. Los Anfrcli-s; ' 21. 22. 23, 24. Pittsburgh. AWAY IS) Sept 15. 16, Arizona; 25, 26. 27, f 'oliirailo. League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE HATTIN(7— LWalker. Colorado, 357, Olerurl. New York, 342; Hichelle. Cnlnrado. .339; I'iazza. New York, 330. Cirillo. Milwaukee] 32U. Hicino, llouslon. .328; V'Cuer- rero. Montreal. .327; Kendall. Pil.Li- Imrjili, .327 Rill— Sosa. Chicago, 14.S; Castilla. <!olorado. 137, McGwire. Kt. I-ouis. KM; Durniti. Milwnukee. 122; Ainu, Houston, 122; Bicru-lU?, 'Colorado. 1 t'J; GVnughn. San Die«o. 116. Gnlnrraga. Atlanta, 116 IIOMK RUNS— Sosii.ChicaKO,(i2. McGwire. St. Louis, t!2; GVaughn, Sao Diego. 49; Caslilla, Colorado. 43. Galarraga. Atlanta. 43; Aluu, Houston. 3H, VGuerrero, Monlrent. 37. Hurnitz, Milwaukee, 37. AMERICAN LEAGUE RATTING— nWilham.1. New Ynrk, .337; MVnughn, Hoston. .330; DJ.-ler. New York. 326; IRrxIrijfu. e^. Texas. 325; Garciapam. Boston. 321, Helle, Chicxgo, .320; .IviC.unzalcz. Texas. .319; O'Neill. New Ynrk. 319. RItl— .luGonialez, Texas. 151; Helle. Chicago, 137; Griffey Jr. Sean!.'. 127; MRamircz, Cleveland, 124; Ul'almeiro, Baltimore, 117; AHodriRup?., Seattle. 116: TMartin- ez, NewYork. 115. HOME RUNS— Griffey Jr Seattle. 51; Helle. Chicago, 45; JuGonza- lez, Texas, 42. Rl'Hlmeiro, Balti- •llliirK. 42; Can.srco, Toronto, 42. AR- odnguez. Seattle, 3'J, MRamirpz, (Mevelaml.37. -STOl.KN B,\SES— Henderson, Oakland. Ii2: Ixiflon. Cleveland 54. BASEBALL AL-«-Susp,>nik-il Ni>w York Van- kivs Op' D.'irry] Strawberry three (Mmi's and Toriinto Ulue Jay.i RHP Hill Kislcy twn Carries for their actions m a Si!|)t 11 jr^roe Fined Slniwlxjrry S1,(MX). Ni'w York 2B limner IJu.sh S, r >(M) .ind undi.icluaed j<muimt.s ID Riplny, N ( . w York conch Don /.imnirr, and Toronto mHnager Tim Julinsnri White Sox edge Tigers DETROIT (AP) — Ray Durham and Craig Wilson hit back-to- back homers to start the 12th as the Chicago White Sox took a wild 17-16 win over the Detroit Tigers on Monday night. Albert Belle had five RBIs and a career-high five hits, including three doubles. He topped 1,000 RBIs in his 10-year career. Wilson, playing only his sixth game, drove in five runs with four hits, including two homers. Wilson is 13-for-25 (.520) with three homers and eight RBIs since being called up from the minors Sept. 5. The Tigers used 10 pitchers and the White Sox used eight to tie the record for most pitchers in an extra-inning game. Detroit pitchers walked 11 batters, while Chicago pitchers walked only one. Detroit had a season-high 22 hits and Chicago scored a season-high 17 runs on 19 hits. Each team committed five errors leading to seven unearned runs. The White Sox blew 5-0, 12-8, and 15-12 leads in the game. Durham led off the 12th with his 18th homer, a shot to right off Doug Bochtler (0-2). Wilson hit the next pitch into the upper deck in left field. Scott Eyre (3-7) pitched two innings, allowing an unearned run in the 12th. Trailing 15-12 with two outs in the 10th inning, the Tigers tied it on Damion Easley's RBI single' and Bobby Higginson's two-run homer off Bob Howry. Juan Encarnacion tripled with one out and scored on Easley's single. Higginson, who entered the game in an O-for-14 slump, had four RBIs. WHITE SOX 17,TIGERS 16, 12 inning* CHICAGO DETROIT •b r h bi «b r h bi Drham2b 5223 BLHntrcf 7131 CWilsonss 7445 LGnzlnih 7110 FThmsdh 5110 Encrncrf 6554 tkllelf 8155 ToClrklb 513 1. Vntura3b G 0 1 0 Barteepr 0100 Crrferolb 6 2:1 1 JWoodlb 2000 MOrdzrf 5 2 i 0 Easley2b 7212 JAbbottcf 5221 Hggnanlf 7234 Cmeroncf 2000 Randa3b 6134 Mchadoc 3112 Bakoc 4110 Nortonph 0100 Berrtmph 1000 Kreuterc 1000 Siddallc 0000 Carunopr 0100 DCruiss 4110 Jhnsonc 1000 Ctlnotto2b 2010 Total* 64 171917 Totals 58162216 Chicago 050 010 6OO 302—17 Detroit 013 013 202 301—16 E—Durham (15). Belle (7). MOrdonez (41, BLHunler (4). DCrui (11). DP—Detroit 1. LOB—Chicago 15, Detroit 8. 2B—Belle 3 (45). ToClurk 2 (33), Randa 2 (20). 3S—Encarna- cion (3). HR—Durham (18), CWilscn 2(3), Encamacion (5), Higfinrwn (23), Randa (8). SB—Durham (35), CWitson (II, MOrrfonei (8). BLHunter (39). S—Durham. SF—Durham, Encarnacion. IP H RER BB SO Snyder CCastillo Navarro Bradford BWard Sirr.aa Howr)- EyreW.3-7 Detroit JThompoon S;iger FCaalillo MAnderson S.intima Crow Hrocail Runynn BochtlerL,0-2 Brim son Several members of the Range Barracuda swim team were given the Kiwanis Achievement Award for posting the most improved times throughout last season. Winners include, from left: first row, Elsa Schroeter and Tracy Pajula; second row, Lara Schroeter, Joanna Pollack, Chasz Cameron and Josh Oliver; third row, Bridgette Kapets, Monica Sanders, Jack Gibbons, Tom Talaska and Jon Marnati. Devils run 'best race' MELLEN, Wis. — The Iron- wocxJ girls cross country team got back to its winning ways, taking the Copper Falls Invitational here over the weekend. "It was our best race of the year," said Ironwood coach Bruce . Beckman. "Only 56 seconds separated our top five girls. That is outstanding. We had an excellent week of practice and it paid off with a win over a strong Park Falls squad." Ironwood won the 10-team event with 30 points, followed by Park Falls with 47 and Amery with 57. Park Fall's Leslie Patterson won the race. The Red Devils were led by Chelsea Finco's second place finish. Diane Corcoran was fifth, followed by Ginger Polich 1 , .sixth; Jennifer Chiantello, eighth; Katie Strong, ninth; Jenny Buerger, 18th; and Nicole Chiantello, 26th. Mercer's girls team was led by Dara Olson's 36th place. Suzie Richard was 57th. Mercer boys 7th Mercer's boys' team took finished seventh with 149 points, well behind a strong 1-2 finish by Ashland (52) and Prentice (77). Ironwood placed 12th with 319. Mark. Lalonde, of Park Falls, won. Mercer's Bob Arent took sixth, followed by teammates Andy Roeder, 24th; Jeff White, 31st; James Kichak, 49th; and Matt Schlueter, 72nd. Ironwood's varsity results included: Ben Musselman, 41st; Jeremy Hakamaa, 51st; Tim Routheaux, 73rd; Mike Pieschel, 76th; Einar Manki, 78th; and Cameron Gardner, 84th. Ironwood's next race is Thursday at the'Calumet Invitational. Other results included: t'.irit junior vanity — 1 Jennifer S«jbl (I), 2. Anna Hagstrom (I). 3. Katie Dean (I), 6. Kwgan Jack»on (I), 8. Lnc«y Sirdenis (I), 9. ,Amanda Mmlanka (I), 10 Dru Mus»«lm»n (1), 11. Krintint S*jbl (I), 13. Ashley Jouatra (M). • Boy* junior vanity — 26. Stevie Kichak (M), 38. Matthew Nehnng (M), 45 Mitch Kowaleulu (Ml, 46. Ken Pt mhle (M), 49. Adam Silva (M), 58. Adam Tutt (M), 59. Bryan Stol- trnb*rg(M). Giri« junior high — 6. Mary Hafstrom (I) 10. Molly Ja«la (I), 15. Ashley Negro (I). 19. Nicole Neiwortki (I), 20. Alisha Salli U), 22. Megan Murphy (I),26. Aysha Gunter (I). Boy* junior hiffh — 2. Jaki- Tutt (M). 6. Ryan Gunardo, 16. Kevin Malloy, 20. Jack Johfljon, 43. Jo« Krugler. Packers lose Levens 5 •2-3 2 1-3 1-3 0 2-3 1 2 6 4 3 ' 2 1 1 3 9 5 3 2 2 0 0 3 1 4 3 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 4 1 1 1-3 1-3 1 1-3 1 1-3 1 2-3 1 BWard pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. ,JTh- ompson pitched to 3 hatters in the 5th,.Bocht- ler pitched to'3 batteri in the 12th. HBP—by Crow (MOrdoncz). WP—Snyder. Unipirea—Home, Meriwether; First. Evans; Second. McCoy; Third, Johnson. T—5:12. A—10,687 (46,945). GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Coach Mike Holmgren's worst fear was more than realized when Dorsey Levens went down with a broken right leg. After the Pro Bowl halfback missed all of training camp before signing a five-year, $25 million deal, Holmgren said: "I don't want him to pull a muscle. That would be disastrous, if we waited all this time and then all of a sudden something like that happened." Something much worse happened in Green Bay's 23-15 victory over Tampa Bay on Sunday. Levens broke his right leg and se- veruly sprained his right ankle when his leg got pinned under linebacker Derrick Brooks midway through the fourth quarter. Levens, who declined comment as he left the team's headquarters Monday with his leg in an immobilizer, could miss six weeks or more. Holmgren said he didn't regret using Levens so much — he got the ball 58 times in two games after not getting hit since the Super Bowl. "The injury that took place yesterday, anybody, you could have been in training camp for two years and that would have happened," Holmgren said. "So, one does not have anything do to with the other. I don't think we overused him." The fifth-year pro from Georgia Tech was rusty after missing training camp, averaging just 2.4 yards on 43 carries, but he also served as Brett Favre's favorite outlet for the dump pass, catching 15 balls in two games. "It's definitely a blow for this team," receiver Antonio Freeman said. 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