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2B DETROIT FREE PRESS SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1997 - 5 sr i vj' vs Angels sign Fielder; are owners after Schott? Former Tiger Cecil Fielder, who has 302 career home runs, signed a one-year contract Friday with Anaheim, replacing designated hitter and former Tiger Tony Phillips. Fielder, 34. batted .260 with 13 homers and 61 RBIs in 98 games last season with New York. He has driven in 940 runs in his 12-year career with Toronto, Detroit and the Yankees. The Angels did not re-sign Phillips, who had been their primary DH. "Last year was a mental block," Fielder said. "That's over with. My head is fine now." MORE BASEBALL: Harold Baines, 38, who hit .301 with 16 home runs and 67 RBIs last season as designated hitter for Baltimore and the Chicago White Sox, agreed to a one-year, $1.15-million contract with the Orioles. . . . The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that major league owners might use Marge Schotfs problems with General Motors as leverage to force her to sell the Reds. Schott has admitted claiming 57 auto sales that never occurred in order to meet her sales quota with General Motors and retain a Chevrolet-GEO dealership. . . . Florida Marlins third baseman Bobby Bonilla underwent surgery on his left wrist to repair ligament tears. The World Series champions traded infielder Kurt Abbott (.274. 6 homers, 30 RBIs) to Oakland for right-hander Eric Ludwick. . . . The Yankees agreed to a $900,000, one-year contract with outfielder Tim Raines; one year, $2.5 million for third baseman Scott Brosius; and two years, $1.8 million for left-hander Graeme Lloyd. . . . A few former Tigers also signed: Left-hander Mike Myers (0-4, 5.70 ERA in 1997) agreed to a two-year deal worth $1,325,000 with Milwaukee. Catcher Brian Johnson signed a one-year contract worth $1 million with San Francisco. He had two homers and 18 RBIs last season for Detroit Kansas City agreed to a one-year, $300,000 deal with shortstop Orlando Miller (.234 last year). LllGL Mark Grimmette of Muskegon and Brian Martin of Palo Alto, Calif., won their third World Cup doubles event of the season, leading from the start at Calgary, Alberta. The doubles team, which increased its overall World Cup points lead to 13, is in prime position for a spot on the 10-member U.S. Olympic team that will be announced Saturday for the Games at Nagano, Japan. College Football.- New Mexico hopes to pick a new coach by Sunday; Western Michigan head coach Gary Darnell is one of three finalists. . . . Wisconsin running back Ron Dayne will return for his junior season. He rushed for 1,463 yards and 15 touchdowns on 249 carries in 1997. TELEVISION: Kevin Cosgrove, a senior producer at ABC's "Good Morning America," was suspended for a month without pay for using a racist term when discussing a planned segment on Golden State Warriors guard Latrell Sprewell. Cosgrove admitted making the remark and "expressed deep, sincere regret," ABC spokeswoman Eileen Murphy said. The show decided to interview well-known black Americans for a story on Sprewell, who is black, after he was suspended by the NBA for a year for attacking coach P. J. Carlesimo. The New York Daily News said Cosgrove went to two talent booking agents and said, "The bosses want spades for the Sprewell segment" Romulus topples top-ranked River Rouge Melvin Hicks scored 17 points as Romulus (3-0, 1-0) upset top-ranked &ouge at home, 67-64, Friday night in their Mega Red boys basketball ' game. w Junior guard Brent Darby led the panthers (2-1, 1-0) with 23 points, and senior forward Charles Kage contrib-Ju$ed 13. However, Romulus' balanced scoring and the containment of i Rouge forward Duez Henderson t made the difference. ! Senior forward Brandon DeYam- pert added 15 points for Romulus. CatfcoBc . BaiiNUfham Drolhsr Rm 84, Harpsr Woods ' Bfetop Cassetur S3: Jon Poyer had 30 points and 18 rebounds, and J.P. Sullivan had 21 'points for Brother Rice (3-1). Calvin House scored 18 for Gallagher (0-4). Detroit DePorras 75, Detroit East Orthotic 54; Teremun Johnson scored 20 points to lead ' Jh Eagles (2-0). Aloysius Anagonye added 16 rebounds. 14 points and four blocks. East Catholic is 1-2. Detroit Loyola 87, Detroit Holy Redeemer 82 (OT): Jamaal Harrison had 27 points for Loyola t t2-lb Willie Moore added 19 points and Dallas j tcgan 16. Reggie Gardner had 30 points and 16 Vebounds, and Dedreck Lindsay added 25 points ' for Holy Redeemer (3-1). ,' Hamtramc SL fTorian 58, Taylor LM A Lift i 55: Cric Gutowski scored 25 points, and Steve Simmons added 13 for St. Rohan (2-1, 1-0 C-D). I Bert Boyle ss scored 19 points for Light & Life. I Madnon HetaMt Bahoo Foley 57. Alen Park T.' ' ' "iT- i Detroit Cooky's Patrick Wilford, right, strips the ball from Mackenzie's Richard Bryant during the third period. Cooley defeated Mackenzie, 69-56. Lutheran Westtand 65, Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 60: Brad Woehlke scored 19 points, and Ryan Ollinger added 15 for Westland (2-2. 2-0). Jason Ehlfeldt scored 17 points for Northwest (3-1, 1-1). Other games GABRIEL B. TAITDetroit Free Press CahrM 41: Dan Birkett scored 23 points, and I i Pat Cavanaugh added 10 points for Bishop Foley 2lfcVinnie Nojrgacomo and Ryan Cosgrove , -each had 10 points for Cabnni (2-1). I Redford Cethoic Central 74, Orchard Lake SL j Mary 66 (OD: Nick Moore scored 20 points, and j Clms Young added 19 points for Catholic Central j (29)- Jermaine Gonzales scored 19 points for 5 St. Mary (0-3). j Redford SL Agatha 82, Warren Immaculate ) Conception 40: Ian Wincher had 17 points, and I Wesley Shaw had 13 points for St. Agatha (3-1). j Nicholas Lewkewicz had 16 points for Immacu-I lalfrConceotion (0-3). j Hovel Oak Shrine 67, Watarford Our Lady of t Hw Lakes 53: Kevin GoodCourage scored 24 points, and Scott Wisniewski added 14 points 1 aod.17 rebounds for Shrine (3-1). Marc Surrv : piers scored 12 points for Lakes (3-1). ; l-D Jesuit 68, Dearborn Divine Child 54: .' Vetce Alexander scored 22 points for Jesuit (3-i li: Matt Lapshaw led Divine Child with 16 ; points. ! - ; Detroit PSl j Detroit Cass Tech 80, Detroit Southwestern 57: Hilton Napoleon had 24 points and 15 rebounds, and Marlon Williamson and Javon Clark scored 15 points each for Cass (4-0, 4-0 J Southeast). Southwestern is 0-4, 0-3. i Detroit Central 70, Detroit Western 57: Anto-jiio Gates scored 26 points to lead the Trailblaz-,es (5-0. 4-0). Jimmy Twyman had 15 points and J3. assists. Marcus Smith scored 19 points for 'Western (0-4. 0-3). J Detroit Communication Media Arts 71, ' Detroit Crockett 28: Carl Page had 20 points ' and-11 rebounds for CMA (2-2, 2-2 B-C-D). Ricardo Thomas had 17 points. Crockett (1-2, 1-j 2) was led by four players with six points. ! Detroit Cooley 69, Detroit Mackenzie 56: i Delvar Barrett had 18 points and 11 rebounds, 1 and De Shawn Chapman added 16 points for ! Cooley (AO. AO West). Richard Wright led . Mackenzie (2-2. 2-1). Detroit Finney 78, Detroit Denby 77: Ruben , Edwards hit two free throws with three seconds remaining for Finney (2-2 East). Terrell Riggs had .' 23 points. 18 rebounds and four blocks, and Gorey Robinson added 20 points. Jonell Huguely ' Scored 28 points and Steve Monroe 19 for : Denby (1-2). Detroit Mumford 59, Detroit Cody 47: Lamar ! Gentry scored 20 points, and Clark Headen added 14 points and 17 rebounds for Mumford (30). Alton Marks scored 18 points for Cody. ' Detroit Northwestern 48, Detroit King 46: - Kayonte Mabin had 19 points, and Quartez ; Vickerson added 11 points for Northwestern (2- 1).-Alfred Myler grabbed 14 rebounds. Kennan , Weir had 21 points for King (1-3). Detroit Pennine 80, Detroit Northern 58: j Martese Lee had 21 points and 10 assists, ' Hillary Marks had 18 points and 15 rebounds aTd Cor dell Maxwell added 13 and 10 rebounds for Pershing (30, 30 East). Anthony Weaver led i Northern (3-1. 3-1) with 18 points. 1 Detroit Radford 72, Detroit Henry Ford 55: Jason Washington scored 23 points, and Omar Sigler added 22 for Redford (2-2 West). Damon .flolvdell had 19 points to lead Ford (0-3). -1 Detroit Renaissance 63, Detroit Douglass 60: Ijaron Griffin scored 14 points, and Darvin Lewis added 12 points for Renaissance (4-0. 3-0). Sidney Bonner and Antnony narris scored t points apiece for Douglass (21, 2-1). Detroit Rogers 69, Detroit Commerce 52: Randall Reed had 21 points and eight assists for Rogers (2-2, 1-2 B-C-D). Michael Murray added 19 points and 13 rebounds. Quinton Coleman scored 18 for Commerce (OA 04). Detroit Southeastern 70, Detroit Osbom 50: Romare Christian nao ti poims onu bounds, while Shad nek Canady added 20 points for Southeastern (4-1, 3-1 East). Cephus Harris topped Osborn (1-4. 1-3) with 13 points. 1) with 10 points. Crosse lit 59, Carleton Airport 57: Terry Nichels (14 points) hit a three-pointer as time expired for Grosse lie (1-2). Luke Baker scored 18 for Airport (04). Monroe Jefferson 82, New Boston Huron 66: Josh Scharf had 32 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds to lead Jefferson (2-2). Aaron Cox scored 23 points, and Joe Richards added 18 for Huron (1-3). Kensington Valley HartJand 49, Nov! 31: Dan Robison scored 15 points, and Ben See added 14 for Hartland (1-3. 1-1). Ben Cunninghan scored 11 for Novi (1-2, 1-1). Macomb Area Center Law 61, ML Clemens 46: Frank Kot-sonis scored 20 points, including six three-pointers to lead Center Line (34)). Adam Geigle had 15 points to lead Mt. Clemens (0-4). Fraser 53, EastpoMe East Detroit 33: Chris McCarty had 19 points, and junior guard Jim Sorgi added 16 points to lead Fraser (3-0, 2-0 White). Josh Nycz scored 20 points for East Detroit (0-3, 0-2). Imlay City 72, Algonac 71: Dave Kircus scored 27 points, and Mike Guerin added 15 points for Imlay City (4-0, 2-0 Blue). Nathan Maroney had 23 points and eight steals, and Sam Dobbs had 22 points for Algonac (2-2, 0-2). Marys vile 47, Marine City 45: Brad Morenko and Kyle Volker scored 12 points each to led Marysville (3-1, 1-1 Blue). Ross Poorman led Manne City (1-3, 1-1). ML Clemens CMrrtondale 53, SL Clair 49: Danny Fisher had 20 points to lead Clintondale (2-1, 2-0 Blue). Matt Zimmer had 14 points for St. Clair (3-1, 1-1). ML Clemens L'Anse Creuso 62, Warren Mott 58: Steve Duncan scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter for L'Anse Creuse (4-0, 2-0 White). Ryan Hoover added 16 for Creuse. David Rice led Mott (2-2, 1-1) with 21 points. ML Clemens L'Anse Creuse North 70, Utica Eisenhower 50: Courtney Davis scored 28 points, and J.T. Lujinski added 19 points, 16 rebounds and 10 blocks for North (1-3. 1-0 White). Jason Herron scored 20 to lead Eisenhower (1-3, l-O). Port Huron 68, Port Huron Northern 66: Tony Washington hit two free throws with six seconds left for Port Huron (1-2). Neal Fields had 25 points. Matt Shock had 24 points for Northern (1-3). RosevMe 78, Utica 66: Joe Behnke had 18 points, and Lashun Gatewood added 16 points for Roseville (3-1. 11 White). Mike Brinich had 23 points to lead Utica (3-1, 1-1). SL Clair Shores Lake Shore 46, New Baltimore Anchor Bay 37: Andy Scnvo scored 17 points, and Joe Kohl added 14 points for Lake Shore (30, 2-0 Gold). Rich Brown scored 14 points for Anchor Bay (1-2, 1-1). Utica Ford 63, Romeo 59: Jeremy Resmer scored 24 points to lead Ford (3-1, 1-1). Sean Bothwell and Aaron Rienas scored 18 points each to lead Romeo (2-1, 0-1). Warren Woods Tower 45, Warren Ljncoin 29: Nick Evola had 16 points to lead Woods Tower (2-2, 2-0 Gold). Jeremy Lifshay had seven points for Lincoln (0-2). City (04. 0-1). Ypslanti 55, Wayne 51: Derrick Bird scored 21 points, and Andre Brooks added 16 points for Ypsilanti (2-1, 1-0 Red). Brian Williams scored 24 points for Wayne (2-1, 0-1). Ypsilanti Willow Run 64, Dearborn Heights Robichaud 50: Shannon Watson scored 12 points for Willow Run (2-0). Peter Brooks scored 14 points for Robichaud (2-2). Metro ! Hamtramck 74, Grosse Points Woods University Liggett 67: Eli Warren had 27 points and 14 rebounds for Hamtramck (3-1, 30). Brian Bruen-ton topped Liggett (2-2, 1-2) with 25 points. AHen Park Inter-City Baptist 77, Dearborn Falrlans Christian SO: Ryan Newsome scored 16 points, and Troy Fisher and Jason Marshall each added 14 for Inter-City (40). Don Smith scored 24 points for Fairlane (0-3). Ann Arbor Huron 46, Staring Heights Stevenson 33: Ramal Hunter scored 17 points for Huron (30). John Bracci scored 12 points for Stevenson (0-3). Ann Arbor Pioneer 68, Plymouth Canton 66: LaVell Blanchard scored 33 points for Pioneer (2-2). Dan McLean had 22 for Canton (0-3). Canton Agape Christian 86, Western Wayne Christian 49: Jason Helton had 20 points for Agape (3-2). David Tatum had 19 points for Western Wayne (0-3). Detroit Benedictine 80, Covert 67: Khalil Taylor scored 32 points for Benedictine (1-3). Javell Clay had 17 to lead Covert (3-1). Ecorse 81, Detroit Urban Lutheran 51: Nate Ward scored 22 points for Ecorse (1-3). Jamie Harris added 14 points. Aaron Adams led Lutheran (1-3) with 17 points. Harper Woods Notre Dame 75, Sterling Heights 48: Whitney Robinson scored 24 points while Dan Hamlin and Andy Dold each added 10 for Notre Dame (30). Paul Kondratowicz led Sterling Heights (2-1) with 12. Whom Christian 67, Rochester Hills Christian 66: Jeremiah Gross scored 31 points, and Marcus Krachenfles added 18 for Wixom (4-3). Wyandotte Mt. Carmel 62, Royal Oak Eaton Academy 39: David Cerda scored 17 points, and Henry Cerda added 13 for Mt. Carmel (1-1). Ian Lindeen led Eaton (0-3) with eight Hockey Waled Lake Western 6, Howell 4: Justin Robinson scored his 10th goal of the season to lead Western (4-5). Howell is 2-6. Tigers, first-round pick Anderson agree Six months after the Tigers made him their first-round draft pick, pitcher Matt Anderson agreed to contract terms Friday. Anderson, a right-hander, had been given a take-it-or-leave bonus offer of $2,505 million. He has been invited to spring training as a non-roster player. "'It's been six months since I've been drafted," Anderson said. "I'm ready to start playing for them. It doesn't matter where they send me." "I think well have to take a look at him first," said Tigers assistant general manager Steve Lubratich. "I think he'll get his feet wet in A-ball and well take it from there." His father Larry said both sides were satisfied. "The signing bonus and other perks made it attractive," said Larry Anderson, who said the overall package was increased from the last negotiations with the Tigers. Matt Anderson, 20, was 10-1 with a Western Athletic Conference-best 1.82 ERA in 28 games for Rice. In 7414 innings, the 6-foot-4 Anderson allowed 44 hits, 26 walks and struck out 97. Sports writer George Sipple contributed to this report. HOCKEY: The Plymouth Whalers acquired former Sudbury defenseman Paul Mara, Windsor Spitfires left wing Rick Smith and a 1998 first-round European draft pick. Smith is a native of Brighton. TODAY Mega Huron Flat Roefc 57, Monroe St Mary's camonc Central 46: Dustin Hall and Joel Morgan scored 12 and 11 points respectively to lead R Rk (2-2. 2-0). David Lehmann led St. Mary's (2-2, 2- Dearborn 64, Dearborn Fordson 48: Colin Wilkinson and Colin 0'Donnell each scored 16 points for Dearborn (4-0, 1-0 White). Carlos Smith had 25 points and 11 rebounds for Fordson (3-1, 0-1). Highland Park 78, Woodhaven 66: Marcell Willis scored 21 points, and Ervin Johnson added 15 for Highland Park (2-0, 1-0 White). James Driscoll scored 30, and Dave Pratt had 17 for Woodhaven (2-1, 0-1). Lincoln Park 70, Redford Union 62: Dave Parish scored 17 points, and Louie Jasso added 16 for Lincoln Park (1-1, 1-0 Blue). Nick Dye scored 22 points for Union (0-3, 1-1) Redford Thurston 69, Aden Park 47: Bryan Swan had 14 points and 14 rebounds for Thurston (2-1, 1-0 Gold). Josh Boven added 12 points and seven assists. Nick Gout led Allen Park (0-3, 0-1). South gate Anderson 66, Gibraltar Carlson 46: Sivad Howard had 20 points and 10 rebounds for Southgate (1-2). Jeff Kvalevog added 13 points. Adam Ruffner had 10 points for Carlson (0-4). Trenton 60, Dearborn Heights Crestwood 39: Jeff Raishans scored 24 points to lead Trenton (1-2, 1-0 Gold). Richard Lee had 20 points and 14 rebounds for Crestwood (1-3. 0-1). Wyandotte Roosevelt 62, Garden City 27: Dwayne Justice had 18 points, and Damien Mata added 10 points for Roosevelt (3-1, 1-0 Blue). Dan Fairchild had five points for Garden TODAY'S TV HICHUGHTS Noon (BED College basketball: Louisville vs. Georgia Tech. 12:30 O M NFl: Buffalo at Green Bay. 2:00 (3D College basketball: North Carolina at Florida State. 2:00 HPS College football: Division I-AA Championship, McNeese State vs. Youngstown State. 3:00 (BED Volleyball: NCAA women's championship, Penn State vs. Stanford. 4:00 0 OS) NFL: St. Louis at Carolina. 4:00 3D College basketball: Texas at Illinois. 5:00 (EES) College basketball: Michigan State at South Florida. 6:00 ISf 2 College football: Las Vegas Bowl. Air Force vs. Oregon. 7.-00 CIED ABL: Phila. at San Jose. 7:30 CUE) Pistons: Philadelphia at Detroit. 7:30 Q NHL: Ottawa at Montreal. 7:30 CEfFS College basketball: Tulsa at Kentucky. 8:00 O Figure skating: Champions Series Final (taped). 9:30 HE1 College basketball: Fresno State at Minnesota. 9:30 CUES College basketball, Massachusetts vs. Colorado. 10:30 O NHL: Toronto at Phoenix. Midnight (EES College basketball, Syracuse vs. Nevada-Las Vegas. TODAY'S RADIO HIGHLIGHTS 1 p.m. College basketball: Tennessee-Chattanooga at Michigan, WJR-AM (760), WTKA-AM (1050). 3:30 Hockey: Redford Catholic Central vs. Birmingham Brother Rice, WSDP-FM (88.1) 5:00 College basketball: Michigan State at South Florida, WXYT-AM (1270). 7.-00 College basketball: Eastern Michigan at Toledo, WEMu-FM (89.1). 7:30 Pistons: Philadelphia at Detroit, WWJ-AM (950). 7:30 Vipers: Detroit at Michigan, WDFN-AM (1130). 7:30 Whalers: North Bay at Plymouth, WSDS-AM (1480). 7:30 OHL: Windsor at Sarnia, CKLW-AM (800). 11:30 College basketball: Detroit Mercy vs. Grambling, WQBH-AM (1400), WPON-AM (1460). AREA EVENTS , College basketball Michigan vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga, 1 p.m., Crisler Arena. Ann Arbor. 1-313-764-0247. Basketball Pistons vs. Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m., the Palace. 1 248-3770100. Hookey Whalers vs. North Bay, 7:30, Compuware Sports Arena, Plymouth, 1-313-453400. 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