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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Knights derail Stephenson, 14-8 Bray leads fourth-quarter scoring drive as Norway improves to 2-1 By RON DEUTER Sports Editor NORWAY — Norway overcame game-ending injuries to two starters and held off potent Stephenson 14-8 Friday night in nonconference football at Ronberg Field. With fullback Jake Pedrotti exiting after just two carries, and tailback Jorden Neumann leaving in the third quarter, quarterback Isaac Bray engineered a nine-play, 83-yard drive for the game’s go-ahead touchdown with under three minutes to play. “It’s the kids that stepped up,” Knights coach Bob Madigan said. “We’ve lost four players in the past two weeks and kids have just stepped up and played. I can’t say enough. They played with a lot of heart here today.” Bray, who passed for 112 yards and one touchdown, completed passes to Austin Grayvold for 16 yards and Daniel Bal for 15 yards before picking up 20 more on a keeper. Grayvold, Bill Hansley and Bill Bourg kept the chains moving inside Eagle territory before Bray capped the drive with a one-yard plunge. Stephenson, which scored 36 and 41 points in entering the game 2-0, had 2:45 to work with after the

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NORWAY’S DANIEL BAL looks to elude Stephenson tacklers after catching a pass from Isaac Bray early in the second quarter Friday evening. The play went for 26 yards and gave Norway its first first down of the game. Norway score. Taking over at their own 42 yard line, the Eagles moved near the 20 before facing fourth and four in the final minute.

Austin Grinsteiner completed a screen pass, but the receiver slipped and went down a yard short of a first down.

While the slippery turf aided in the game’s final stop, it was Norway’s defense which kept the Knights in the ballgame

throughout the first half. Stephenson was first and goal from the seven on their second possession of the game and couldn’t punch it

in. Nolan Lukasik was dropped for a two-yard loss on fourth down from the one. (Continued on page 6-B)

Trojans stun Hurley Nordics pound Aberly’s pick six lifts Forest Park, 13-12 CRYSTAL FALLS — Derek Aberly’s 84-yard interception return in the third quarter lifted Forest Park to a 13-12 win over Hurley in a Great Western Conference cliffhanger Friday at Dick Metlach Field. Hurley had two red zone possessions late in the contest — including first and goal at the one — but couldn’t score. “It was an exciting, thrilling game,” said Forest Park coach Bill Santilli. “What a game.”

With three minutes to go, Hurley’s Mike Henning ripped off a 54-yard run before being hunted down a yard from the goal line by the Trojans’ Austin Snell. The Midgets fumbled the center-quarterback exchange on the next play and Forest Park’s Carlton Isaacson recovered. But it was far from over. The Trojans punched the ball to the seven and punted poorly. The

Midgets took possession at the Forest Park 20 with plenty of ticks left. Two runs and an incompletion left the Midgets with fourth and seven. Ray Tomasik and Steven Hallman finally sealed the upset with a sack. “Hurley has an exceptional team this year,” Santilli said. “I think the fans got every cent of their admission price.” The Midgets jumped to (Continued on page 6-B)

Flivvers Munising, 48-6 now 3-0

MUNISING — North Dickinson improved to 30, defeating Munising 48-6 in Mid-Eastern Conference football Friday. The Nordics led 34-6 at halftime behind three touchdown runs by Dominic Christian and a 63-yard punt return by Ken Pekarek. Munising’s only score came on a 53-yard pass from Austin Kelto to Ryan Walther in the second quarter. The Mustangs managed just 81 yards of offense and two first downs. “We played very aggressive defense — pretty happy with the effort,” said Nordics coach Joe Reddinger. Tim Hruska was North Dickinson’s leading rusher with 124 yards on 11 carries. He scored on a 17yard run in the second quarter and a 70-yard knockout sprint in the third. Christian finished with 94 yards on 13 carries. Matt Schultz added a 33yard TD run. Rain fell off and on during the contest, limiting the Nordics to just two pass

attempts. “We moved the ball well on offense,” Reddinger said. Dominic Christian and Jonas Christian led the defense with seven tackles each. Derek Wagner had six and Dylan Davio four. The Nordics (3-0, 2-0) travel to Stephenson on Friday, Sept. 14, for a conference game. North Dickinson 21 13 14 0 — 48 Munising        0 6 0 0— 6 1st quarter ND — Dominic Christian, 11 run (kick failed), 7:55. ND — Tim Hruska, 17 run (Ken Pekarek run), 5:44. ND — Pekarek, 63 punt return (Brad Gustafson kick), 3:17. 2nd quarter ND — Christian, 6 run (Gustafson kick), 10:49. ND — Christian, 17 run (kick failed), 7:34. MUN — Ryan Walther, 53 pass from Austin Kelto (pass failed), 5:52. 3rd quarter ND — Matt Schultz 33 run (kick failed), 6:29. ND — Hruska, 70 run (Cody Berg, pass from Pekarek), 3:43. Total offense: ND, 410 yards (410 rushing, none passing); Munising, 81 yards (5 rushing, 76 passing). Individual rushing: ND, Hruska, 11-124; Christian, 13-94; Derek Wagner, 6-66; Schultz, 4-64. MUN, Hayes 4-20. Passing: ND (Pekarek) 0-2-0. Munising (Kelto) 5-8-0-76.

RHINELANDER, Wis. — Kingsford, with Reed Larson running for 136 yards on 18 carries and scoring two touchdowns, spilled Rhinelander 34-12 in non-conference football Friday. Coach Chris Hofer’s unbeaten Flivvers trailed 6-0 in the second quarter and held a 1312 edge in the third quarter. In the second quarter, Kingsford claimed the lead on touchdown runs from Adam Michaud (three yards) and Larson (28). Gabe Swanson followed Larson’s score with the PAT kick and 13-6 halftime lead. Rhinelander’s second short scoring plunge of the game closed the difference to 13-12 in the third quarter. The Flivvers opened things up when Aidan Wienke recovered a blocked field goal attempt and rambled 58 yards to the Hodag 22. Two plays later, Sean (Continued on page 6-B)

Brooks, IM unload on Wykons Theresa Peterson/The Daily News Photo

NORTHERN ELITE’S JORDAN Zawada looks for room to run during Friday’s non-conference game against Westwood. Zach Zychowski (left) and Trent Heath (31) flank Zawada.

Predators downed by Westwood NIAGARA, Wis. — Northern Elite Predators, unable to stop Zach Rankinen, bowed to Westwood 46-0 in non-conference football Friday at Ropele Field. Rankinen covered one, 60, 17 and 30 yards for four scores. Francois Montbrun added the other touchdowns including a 75-yard kick return to open the second half. Three turnovers derailed Northern Elite scoring opportunities. A Joey Swanson to Domenic Spigarelli pass to

the three-yard line was nullified by a penalty. That play was followed by a fumble recovered by Westwood. “There’s nothing to do but put this behind us and move forward,” Predators coach Ben Laarman said. “I haven’t lost faith in what this team can accomplish. We need to get back to basics and improve on the fundamentals of football.” Westwood improved to 2-1 on the season while Northern Elite fell to 0-3. The Predators visit Florence on Friday.

Westwood 16 14 16 0 — 46 Northern Elite 0 0 0 0 — 0 First quarter WWD — Montbrun 4 run (Rankinen run), 7:05 WWD — Rankinen 1 run (Clisch pass), 1:26 Second quarter WWD — Rankinen 60 run (Run failed), 8:21 WWD — Rankinen 17 run (Montbrun run), 3:59 Third quarter WWD — Montbrun 85 kick return (Montbrun run), 11:26 WWD — Rankinen 30 run (Clisch to S. Olson pass), 8:00 First downs — Westwood, 21; Northern Elite, 6 Rushes-yards — Westwood, 39-366 (Rankinen 17-228); Northern Elite, 27-73. Comp-Att-Int-Yards — Westwood, Clisch 3-5-0-31; Northern Elite, 5-91-40.

Mountaineers ground game breaks through in shutout IRON RIVER — Iron Mountain, behind Paul Brooks’ 194 yards rushing and three touchdowns, rocked West Iron County 39-0 in non-conference football Friday at Nelson Field. “I thought we got off to a great start,” Mountaineers coach Robin Marttila said. “Paul Brooks had a heck of a game. It was a great team win.” Brooks picked up his three scores and 168 yards in the first half as the Mountaineers pulled ahead 33-0. Coach Mike Berutti’s Wykons, winless against the Mountaineers since 1991, suffered four turnovers — three in the first half. Brooks plowed 54 and one yards to put the Mountaineers up 13-0.

Taylor Huotari hiked the margin to 19-0, intercepting a pass to set up his 36-yard scoring run. In the second quarter, Zach Jacobs — nephew of the WIC coach — traveled 13 yards on a quarterback keeper for a 25-0 cushion. Brooks recovered a Wykon fumble and followed with a 32-yard touchdown to close the halftime blitz. In the third quarter, Jacobs and James Christiansen hooked up on a fiveyard scoring pass. Christiansen recovered a fumble, WIC’s fourth turnover, in the third quarter. Late in the fourth quarter, Tyler Stafford’s 39yard scoring run was nulli-

fied by a holding penalty. On Friday, Iron Mountain (2-1) hosts Negaunee and West Iron County (1-2) entertains Ironwood. Iron Mountain 19 14 6 0 — 39 West Iron 0 0 0 0 — 0 First quarter IM — Paul Brooks 54 run (Brooks kick), 9:04. IM — Brooks 1 run (kick failed), 5:18. IM — Taylor Huotari 36 run (pass failed), 2:40. Second quarter IM — Zach Jacobs 13 run (pass failed), 8:36. IM — Brooks 32 ru (Andy Michaud from Jacobs), 1:56. Third quarter IM — James Christiansen 5 pass from Jacobs (kick failed), 4:04. Statistics Total offense — Iron Mountain 361 (283 rushing, 78 passing), West Iron County 174 (134 rushing, 40 passing). Rushing — IM, Brooks 17-194; Huotari 5-54; WIC, Alec Schmelebeck 6-55. First downs — IM 16, WIC 8.


2-B — The Daily News, Iron Mountain-Kingsford, Michigan Saturday, September 8, 2012

SPORTS Scoreboard Cross country Saturday, Sept. 8 Norway at Superior Central Invitational

Volleyball Saturday, Sept. 8 Norway at Gladstone Invitational Florence at Auburndale

Boys soccer Saturday, Sept. 8 Kingsford at Northland Pines Iron Mountain at Wausau Invite

Prep football

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VIJAY SINGH WATCHES his tee shot on the eighth hole during the second round of the BMW Championship PGA golf tournament at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Ind., Friday.

Singh has one-shot lead Woods, McIlroy in second at BMW championship CARMEL, Ind. (AP) — Vijay Singh keeps giving himself chances to end four years without a PGA Tour victory. He made four birdies around the turn Friday for a 6-under 66 in the BMW Championship, putting his name atop the leaderboard for the second time in his last four tournaments. It won’t get any easier the rest of the way. Tiger Woods was one shot behind. So was Rory McIlroy. Going into a storm-filled weekend at Crooked Stick, four players who have reached No. 1 in the world were among the top six.

“I’ve got to keep it going,” Singh said. “I’ve been playing well for two days for a while now, but I need four days of good playing. Sooner or later, I think four days is going to happen. And hopefully, it starts this week.” Woods started slowly and finished strong, with birdies on his last two holes for a 67. McIlroy, coming off what he called one of the best ball-striking rounds of his life, had to overcome four bogeys for a hardearned 68. Joining them one shot out of the lead was Ryan Moore, who had a 66 and seems to play well in the BMW Championship no

matter which state it is held. Lee Westwood (65) and Indiana native Bo Van Pelt (69) were two shots off the lead. Singh was at 13-under 131 on Crooked Stick, a Pete Dye course that is vulnerable to low scoring because of rain over the last several days. The second round was played early Friday to beat approaching thunderstorms, and the times were pushed back slightly Saturday to recover from whatever rain falls overnight. McIlroy and Woods are both going for a PGA Tourleading fourth win of the year.

Angels beat Tigers Bobcats White Sox fall to K.C. Royals, 7-5 ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Pinch-hitter Alberto Callaspo drove home pinch-runner Peter Bourjos with a two-out single in the ninth inning, and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Detroit Tigers 3-2 Friday night for their ninth win in 10 games. Kendrys Morales had a triple, a double and a oneout single that started the ninth-inning rally for the Angels, who have won 13 of 16 overall to surge back into the AL wild-card race. Erick Aybar beat out a s lo w tw o - o u t g r o u n d er against Octavio Dotel (53), advancing Bourjos to second. Callaspo then pinch-hit for slumping AllStar Mark Trumbo and drove a rolling grounder past Detroit shortstop Jhonny Peralta into left field, scoring the speedy Bourjos. Max Scherzer pitched eight outstanding innings for Detroit, but Ervin Santana matched him into the seventh for Los Angeles. ROYALS 7, WHITE SOX 5 CHICAGO (AP) — Lorenzo Cain hit two home runs, including a tie-breaking, two-run shot in the ninth inning for Kansas City. Salvador Perez also hit a two-run homer for the Royals, who won their sixth straight against the White Sox. Chicago hit three home runs: Alexei Ramirez hit a two-run shot and Dewayne Wise and A.J. Pierzynski hit solo shots homers. Kelvin Herrera (2-2) pitched out of a bases-loaded jam in the eighth inning for the Royals. Johnny Giavotella led off the ninth with a single off Addison Reed (3-2). Cain followed with a deep home run to left center, giving the Royals a 7-5 lead. His seventh home run of the season gave him his first career twohomer game. Greg Holland pitched the ninth for his 12th save in 14 chances. White Sox left the bases

loaded in the first and eighth. YANKEES 8, ORIOLES 5 BALTIMORE (AP) — Alex Rodriguez hit his 300th home run with the Yankees, Russell Martin and Steve Pearce also h o m e r e d , a n d N e w Yo r k regained sole possession of first place in the AL East by defeating Baltimore. The Yankees built a 7-0 lead in the fifth inning against rookie Wei-Yin Chen (12-9) and held on for their third win in nine games. New York had lost eight of 11 to the Orioles, including the opener of this four-game series. Adam Jones, Robert Andino and Manny Machado homered for the Orioles, who got three hits from Nate McLouth but missed a chance to move ahead of the Yankees for the first time since June 7. Rodriguez chased Chen with a two-run drive in the fifth — the 645th home run of his career. ARod, who also singled, extended his hitting streak to 11 games — his longest run since a 12gamer in 2009. Phil Hughes (14-12) allowed three runs, two earned, in six innings to break a streak of five straight road losses since June 15. CUBS 12, PIRATES 2 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Travis Wood gave up just one hit over six innings and Chicago stopped a six-game losing streak with a win over mistake-prone Pittsburgh, which made seven errors in its worst defensive night in over a quarter-century. Wood (5-12) ended an eightgame skid of his own, striking out five and walking three to win for the first time in more than two months. Starlin Castro had three hits, including the 500th of his career, and drove in four runs for the Cubs. Alfonso Soriano added three hits and three RBI as Chicago took full advantage of o n e o f t h e w o r s t d e fe n s i ve nights in Pittsburgh's 130-year history. The Pirates had not made seven errors in a game since 1985 and finished one shy of the club record set in 1939. It was the first seven-error game in the majors since Atlanta in a 2004 loss to Colorado. A.J. Burnett (15-6) struggled against one of baseball's worst batting orders, though having his teammates give the Cubs extra out after extra out certainly didn't help. Burnett allowed seven runs — three earned — and eight

blanked

FLORENCE, Wis. — Crandon struck for 20 second-quarter points and clipped Florence 33-0 in Northern Lakes Conference football Friday at Landry Field. “We didn’t play very good football,” Bobcats coach Dan Robinson said. “We couldn’t sustain drives.” After a scoreless first quarter, Crandon (3-0) rolled into halftime with a 20-0 cushion. The Cardinals added touchdowns in the third and fourth quarters. Florence posted 137 yards total offense — 106 rushing and 31 passing (5-17). Cole Dollar rushed for 32 yards on nine carries; Louie Garcia, 28 on 9, and Drew Seibold, 23 on three. Garcia made 11 tackles, followed by Kyle Abbas, seven, and Dollar, six. Florence had one turnover in the game and Crandon zero. The Bobcats (1-2 overall, 1-1 NLC) and rival Northern Elite will clash Friday at Landry Field. Crandon 0 20 6 7 — 33 Florence 0 0 0 0 — 0

Friday’s Scores Cedarville 49, Brimley 0 Forest Park 13, Hurley, Wis. 12 Engadine 44, Rock Mid Peninsula 26 Gogebic Miners 50, Baraga 6 Iron Mountain 39, West Iron County 0 North Dickinson 48, Munising 6 Ironwood 20, Houghton 6 Ishpeming 23, Calumet 6 Westwood 46, Northern Elite 0 Kingsford 34, Rhinelander, Wis. 12 L’Anse 45, Ontonagon 6 LL-Hubbell 30, North Central 24 Marquette 7, Sault Ste Marie 0 Negaunee 36, Gladstone 34 Newberry 20, Bark River-Harris 14 Northland Pines/Phelps, Wis. 50, Hancock 14 Norway 14, Stephenson 8 Pickford 36, Indian River-Inland Lakes 14 Rapid River def. Stockbridge, forfeit St. Ignace def. Rudyard, forfeit Appleton East 19, Wausau West 18 Bonduel 14, Iola-Scandinavia 6 Crivitz 40, St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena 0 La Crosse Central 17, Holmen 14 Lao./Wabeno 68, Menominee Indian 0 Milwaukee King 40, Milwaukee Bradley Tech 0 Peshtigo 42, Coleman 6 Wausaukee 50, Gillett 20 West De Pere 45, Marinette 6

Mini golf Keyes Lake Mini Golf results after three rounds of the fall league: Standings — 1. The Filling Station One (Matt Wilcox-Bud Weier); 2. WeBe-Clubbin (Bo Owen-Bill Tuck); 3. Sweet & Sassy (Debbie Quick-Dan Peterson); 4. The Filling Station Two; 5. Tavern on Central; 6. Dina Mia Florence; 7. Northern Lites One; 8. Northern Lites Two; 9. Frog Spotters; 10. Hole In Ten and Mt. Olive Lutheran; 12. Appearance Plus; 13. Too Much LO.F.T.; 14. State Bank of Florence; 15. The Frosty Goat; 16. Par-Tee Girls. Holes in one — Stephen Lehmann, Mt. Olive Lutheran, five.

Bowling RECREATION LANES Wednesday Senior Citizens Standings: Team Four and Road Runners 5, Mountaineers and Team Three 2. HIM male: Dave Forstrom 520, Dave Oom 502. HIM female: Jerry Pirlot 356, Emma Wontor 310. HIG male: Dave Oom 200, Dave Forstro 192, Dick Smiecinski 179. HIG female: Jerry Pirlot 152. HTM and HTG: Team Four, 2056 and 709. DOUG’S HILLTOP Doug Maes League League leaders (27): Steeno’s 18, Northstar and Country Bar 15. HTG and HTM : AH 1036 and 2782. HIG: Steve Pancheri 257, Larry Luthardt 245, Mike Mikolajczyk 236, Dom Cherubini 227, Ron Branback 224, Joe Sgrecci 223, Randy Forcey and Steve Havens 222, Dan Coppens 219, Guy DeCremer 211. HIM: Randy Forcey 635, Larry Luthardt 609.

U.S. Open tennis NEW YORK (AP) — A look at Friday’s play at the $25.5 million U.S. Open tennis championships: WEATHER: Mix of sun and clouds, hot and humid. High of 86. ATTENDANCE: 20,673. WOMEN’S RESULTS: Semifinals: No. 1 Victoria Azarenka beat No. 3 Maria Sharapova in three sets to advance to her second Grand Slam final of the year. Azarenka will face No. 4 Serena Williams, who defeated No. 10 Sara Errani in straight sets. It will be the sixth U.S. Open final for Williams, who has won three. Azarenka won her first Grand Slam title this year at the Australian Open. MEN’S RESULTS: Doubles: Bob and Mike Bryan defeated Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek to win their 12th career Grand Slam title, equaling the record set by John Newcombe and Tony Roche. ON COURT SATURDAY: Men’s semifinals: No. 2 Novak Djokovic vs. No. 4 David Ferrer, No. 3 Andy Murray vs. No. 6 Tomas Berdych. Women’s final: No. 1 Victoria Azarenka vs. No. 4 Serena Williams.

Racing NASCAR-Sprint CupFederated Auto Parts 400 Lineup After qualifying; race Saturday At Richmond International Raceway Richmond, Va. Lap length: .75 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 127.023 mph.; 2. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 126.981; 3. (78) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 126.91; 4. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 126.808; 5. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 126.79.

6. (55) Mark Martin, Toyota; 7. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota; 8. (20) Joey Logano, Toyota; 9. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota; 10. (2) Brad Keselowski, Dodge, 126.547. 11. (22) Sam Hornish Jr., Dodge; 12. (83) Landon Cassill, Toyota; 13. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet; 14. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet; 15. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota; 16. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford; 17. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford; 18. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford; 19. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford; 20. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet.

Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB 78 60 .565 — New York Baltimore 77 61 .558 1 Tampa Bay 76 62 .551 2 63 76 .453 15 1/2 Boston 62 75 .453 15 1/2 Toronto Central Division W L Pct GB 74 63 .540 — Chicago 73 64 .533 1 Detroit Kansas City 62 76 .449 12 1/2 Cleveland 59 79 .428 15 1/2 56 82 .406 18 1/2 Minnesota West Division W L Pct GB Texas 82 56 .594 — Oakland 76 60 .559 5 75 63 .543 7 Los Angeles 67 71 .486 15 Seattle Friday's Games N.Y. Yankees 8, Baltimore 5 Tampa Bay 3, Texas 1, 11 innings Toronto 7, Boston 5 Cleveland 7, Minnesota 6 Kansas City 7, Chicago White Sox 5 L.A. Angels 3, Detroit 2 Oakland at Seattle, late Saturday’s Games Kansas City (B.Chen 10-11) at Chicago White Sox (Sale 15-6), 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 13-4) at Baltimore (J.Saunders 1-1), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (McAllister 5-6) at Minnesota (De Vries 4-5), 7:10 p.m. Texas (Darvish 14-9) at Tampa Bay (Archer 0-2), 7:10 p.m. Toronto (Laffey 3-5) at Boston (Matsuzaka 1-4), 7:10 p.m. Detroit (Verlander 13-7) at L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 11-9), 9:05 p.m. Oakland (Bre.Anderson 3-0) at Seattle (Iwakuma 6-3), 9:10 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB 85 53 .616 — Washington 79 60 .568 6 1/2 Atlanta Philadelphia 67 71 .486 18 New York 65 73 .471 20 Miami 62 77 .446 23 1/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Cincinnati 83 56 .597 — St. Louis 74 63 .540 8 72 65 .526 10 Pittsburgh 67 70 .489 15 Milwaukee Chicago 52 86 .377 30 1/2 Houston 43 95 .312 39 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB San Francisco 77 60 .562 — Los Angeles 73 65 .529 4 1/2 Arizona 68 71 .489 10 65 74 .468 13 San Diego Colorado 56 81 .409 21 Friday's Games Chicago Cubs 12, Pittsburgh 2 Philadelphia 3, Colorado 2 Miami 9, Washington 7, 10 innings Atlanta 3, N.Y. Mets 0 Houston 5, Cincinnati 3 Milwaukee at St. Louis, late San Diego 6, Arizona 5 Dodgers at San Francisco, late Saturday’s Games Miami (Buehrle 12-12) at Washington (Detwiler 9-6), 1:05 p.m. Atlanta (Medlen 7-1) at N.Y. Mets (Hefner 2-5), 4:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Capuano 11-10) at San Francisco (M.Cain 13-5), 4:05 p.m. Cubs (Samardzija 8-13) at Pittsburgh (Ja.McDonald 12-7), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Chatwood 4-4) at Philadelphia (Hamels 14-6), 7:05 p.m. Houston (B.Norris 5-11) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 11-7), 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Fiers 8-7) at St. Louis (Westbrook 13-10), 7:15 p.m. Arizona (Miley 14-9) at San Diego (C.Kelly 1-0), 8:35 p.m. Friday’s Linescores AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 011 000 000—2 6 0 Los Angeles 200 000 001—3 8 0

Scherzer, Dotel (9) and Avila; E.Santana, S.Downs (7), Richards (7), Jepsen (8), Frieri (9) and Iannetta. W—Frieri 3-0. L—Dotel 5-3. HRs— Detroit, Fielder (25), Avila (8). NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 103 003 500—12 12 0 Pittsburgh 000 000 020— 2 4 7 T.Wood, Al.Cabrera (7), Russell (8), Marmol (9) and Clevenger; A.J.Burnett, Ju.Wilson (6), Leroux (6), Takahashi (7), McPherson (8) and Barajas, McKenry. W—T.Wood 5-11. L— A.J.Burnett 15-6.

Pro basketball WNBA Friday’s Games Phoenix 91, Connecticut 82 Los Angeles 96, Washington 68 Chicago 92, New York 83 Minnesota 97, Atlanta 93, OT Indiana 82, San Antonio 78

Pro football National Football League All Times EDT Sunday’s Games Indianapolis at Chicago, 1 p.m. Jacksonville at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Miami at Houston, 1 p.m. New England at Tennessee, 1 p.m. Washington at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Atlanta at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m. St. Louis at Detroit, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Seattle at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. San Francisco at Green Bay, 4:25 p.m. Carolina at Tampa Bay, 4:25 p.m. Pittsburgh at Denver, 8:20 p.m. Monday’s Games Cincinnati at Baltimore, 7 p.m. San Diego at Oakland, 10:15 p.m.

College football

Big Ten schedule All Times EST Saturday, Sept. 8 New Hamp. at Minn., 12 p.m. (BTN) Penn State at Virginia, 12 p.m. (ABC) UCF at Ohio State, 12 p.m. (ESPN2) Air Force at U-M, 3:30 p.m. (ABC (ESPN2)) Indiana at Massachusetts, 3:30 p.m. (ESPN3) Iowa State at Iowa, 3:30 p.m. (BTN) Mich. St. at C. Michigan, 3:30 p.m. (ESPNU) Purdue at N.D., 3:30 p.m. (NBC) Wis. at Oregon State, 4 p.m. (FX) Nebraska at UCLA, 7:30 p.m. (FOX) Vanderbilt at N’western, 8 p.m. (BTN) Illinois at Arizona State, 10:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Golf PGA-BMW Championship At Crooked Stick Golf Club Course Carmel, Ind. Purse: $8 million Yardage: 7,497; Par: 72 Second Round 65-66—131 Vijay Singh Ryan Moore 66-66—132 Rory McIlroy 64-68—132 Tiger Woods 65-67—132

Transactions BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBS—Claimed RHP Jason Berken off waivers from Baltimore. Placed RHP Blake Parker on the 60-day DL. MILWAUKEE BREWERS— Recalled INF Taylor Green from Nashville (PCL). CYCLING USADA—Announced Italian cyclist Gabriele Guarini accepted a two-year suspension for committing an antidoping rule violation in May, 2012. FOOTBALL National Football League NFL—Reinstated New Orleans LB Jonathan Vilma, New Orleans DE Will Smith, Cleveland LB Scott Fujita and free agent DL Anthony Hargrove after a three-member appeals panel ruled Commissioner Roger Goodell did not have jurisdiction to hear the players’ appeals of their punishment for their roles in the New Orleans Saints bounty program. HOCKEY National Hockey League BOSTON BRUINS—Agreed to terms with F Brad Marchand on a fouryear contract.

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6-B — The Daily News, Iron Mountain-Kingsford, Michigan Saturday, September 8, 2012

In brief

SPORTS

... Norway Knights

Earnhardt on tonight’s pole

Youth hockey: Swap dates IRON MOUNTAIN — Dickinson Amateur Hockey Association (DAHA) will hold an equipment swap during hockey registration on Thursday, Sept. 13, and Tuesday, Sept. 18, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. All equipment should be labeled with name and price, and delivered to Mountain View Ice Arena on Thursday, Sept. 13, between 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Swap forms can be found on the Web site at www.dahahockey.com. Questions should be directed to Deb Davis at davis@norwaymi.com. “Don’t miss this opportunity to pick up some new equipment and turn your used equipment into cash,” Davis said. “DAHA always accepts donations of equipment of any size.”

MSU golf: Ellis brothers named EAST LANSING — Big Ten Conference’s preseason list of “Golfers to Watch” for the 2012-13 season included Michigan State seniors Dan and Dave Ellis. The Ellis twins from Negaunee placed second and third, respectively, behind Iron Mountain’s Jim Markell in the 2012 U.P. Golf Championship at Pine Grove Country Club. Dan Ellis completed one of the best single seasons in Spartan golf history last year. He became the 12th Spartan to earn PING All-Region honors, in addition to being a Cleveland Golf/Srixon AllAmerica Scholar. The Spartans open the season this weekend at the Northern Intercollegiate in Sugar Grove, Ill.

USOEC: License plate MARQUETTE — Michigan residents who cheered local athletes as they competed valiantly at the 2012 Olympic Games can now purchase a new license plate to show their support for Team USA. Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced the availability of the redesigned plate which features bolder USA lettering and the phrase “Go Team USA” along the bottom. For each sale of the $35 plate, $25 benefits student athletes training at the U.S. Olympic Education Center (USOEC) at Northern Michigan University in Marquette. When the plates are renewed, the additional $10 goes entirely to the USOEC.

Scotch golf: Event Thursday IRON MOUNTAIN — Pine Grove Country Club’s “Scotch golf” will take place Thursday. Tee times and dinner reservations should be made with the pro shop.

Running: Jacobs’ marathon MINOCQUA, Wis. — Iron River’s Fred Jacobs posted a sub four-hour time in Minocqua’s No Frills Marathon. Jacobs finished 19th overall and fourth in the age 50-59 division with a 3hour, 39-minute clocking. Jacob Keehan of Oxford won the No Frills Marathon in 2:50.10.

Volleyball: Flivv JVs win KINGSFORD — Kingsford junior varsity volleyball team remained unbeaten by beating North Dickinson 3-0 (25-17, 25-22, 15-12). The 4-0 Flivvers were led by the hitting of Sammy Lindeman, Maria Wiltzius and Abby Michaud, according to Coach Jerry Roberge. Leading the servers were Keylyn Reed, Lacey Walsh and Nikki Roberge. “Bonnie Huse had several blocks and Erika Ellis did a nice job of setting,” Roberge said.

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Dale Earnhardt Jr., center, celebrates after winning the pole after qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Va., Friday. Jeff Gordon qualified second for tonight’s race.

Jets air it out, but fall to Lakes By Keith Shelton For the Daily news POWERS — It was a wild one alright. Eventually, the North Central Jets just had too much to overcome and fell to the Lake Linden-Hubbell Lakes 30-24 Friday night. It wasn’t for lack of effort on the part of Jets’ sophomore sensation Rob Granquist. Abandoning the run early on, the Jets of head coach Kevin Bellefeuil leaned so heavily on the young quarterback’s arm, it’s a wonder it didn’t fall off. Granquist did his best to lift the Jets atop his shoulders, dropping back to pass an astounding 41 times and

completing 18 passes for 255 yards and three touchdowns. “That’s a 15-year old kid going back in the pocket. Guys are blitzing him, they’re hitting him and receivers aren’t catching every throw he makes,” Bellefeuil said. “He made some throws that they didn’t make that could have been big plays for us. That’s not to say they didn’t work hard though. “I can’t say enough bout Rob. He stood in there and the job. There’s a lot of good things to come from Rob Granquist.” The Lakes rushed for 198 yards, scoring on their first two possessions for a 16-0 lead after one quarter.

It was then that the Jets fueled up and took to the skies. Granquist, whose first three passes went errant, hit three in a row on the ensuing drive, including a 27-yard zip to Josh Granquist to get North Central on the board. From then on, it was all air. Granquist to Granquist, Granquist to Devin Woodrazka and Granquist to Nick Sexton. The strategy paid off initially, as a second Granquist to Granquist touchdown pass gave the Jets a 24-22 lead just before halftime, but the Lakes prevailed. North Central travels to Bark River-Harris Friday. LL-Hubbell 16 6 0 8 — 8 16 0 0 — N. Central

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... Trojans slip past Hurley, 13-12 (Continued from page 1-B) an early 12-0 lead, with Roman Lupino scoring on an 81-yard pass from freshman James Sukanen in the first quarter and Lupino adding a four-yard TD run in the second. Forest Park answered with a 46-yard scoring pass from Jeff Johnson to Snell to trail 12-6 at halftime. Dominating in time of possession, Hurley moved deep into Forest Park territory mid-way through the third. That’s when Forest Park’s defensive pressure forced a slightly wobbly pass that was pilfered by Aberly, who followed some alert blocks to take it to the house. “He made a great pick,” Santilli said.

With the score tied 1212, Johnson delivered what proved to be the game-winning kick. “That just sent us out with some momentum. We played with so much heart. We played like we could compete in the fourth quarter,” said Santilli. Hurley totaled 423 yards on offense to 172 for the Trojans. Aberly and Zach Painter had nine tackles apiece to pace the Forest Park defense and Tomasik had seven. Forest Park (3-0, 1-0) is scheduled to play at Ontonagon on Friday. Hurley 6 6 0 0 — 12 Forest Park 0 6 7 0 — 13 1st quarter H — Roman Lupino, 81 pass from James Sukanen (run failed), 7:36. 2nd quarter

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H — Lupino, 4 run (run failed), 7:10. FP — Austin Snell, 46 pass from Jeff Johnson (kick failed), 6:22. 3rd quarter FP — Derek Aberly, 84 interception return (Johnson kick), 6:13. Total offense: Hurley, 423 yards (318 rushing, 105 passing). Forest Park, 172 yards (108 rushing, 64 passing). Rushing: Hurley, 49-318. Forest Park, 29-108 (Ray Tomasik, 12-44; Dennis Mongar, 7-40). Passing: Hurley, 2-9, 105 yds., 1 TD, 1 int. Forest Park (Johnson), 3-7, 64 yds., 1 TD.

(Continued from page 1-B) Grinsteiner and Travis Wangerin looked ready to hook-up for a long touchdown on the Eagle’s next possession when Grayvold stepped in at the last second for an interception. “We should have been up 14-0 at the half,” Stephenson coach Chad Brandt said. “You can’t do that against a good team because Norway is not going anywhere. “Their kids played so hard tonight. They gave themselves opportunities, and they cashed in on those opportunities. We did not cash in on our opportunities.” Stephenson was 17 yards away from the end zone ahead of Norway’s final drive, when a pressured Grinsteiner threw incomplete into the endzone on fourth and six. Grinsteiner had only one second-half completion after eight in the first half. “I was deathly afraid of Lukasik, Wangerin and that quarterback,” Madigan said. “But we had a great day here and the kids really earned it.” Donny Houle, a mighty 130-pound force all night on defense, led Norway with nine tackles. Neumann had eight. Riley Johnson had a fumble recovery on a muffed punt in the second quarter. Scoreless at halftime, Norway plowed down the field on the opening possession of the third quarter. Neumann carried the bulk of the workload on the 66-yard drive before Bray

launched a 26-yard ariel to Grayvold down the right sideline. Grayvold bobbled the ball a little but held on as he came down in the endzone. He also hauled in the two-point try. Stephenson answered on the next drive, going 67 yards with Grinsteiner sneaking in for a two-yard score, and then running in for two more. “It was quite a game,” Madigan said. “A good hard-fought game. Good tackling, good hitting. Our line held up. Coach Duval, he just did phenomenal job on offense.” Neumann led Norway’s rushers with 54 yards on 13 tries before exiting. Bray added 51 yards, 20 coming on his sneak during the fourth quarter drive, and another 21 coming off a well-executed option play in the first quarter. Knights (2-1) open MidPeninsula play Friday at Manistique. Stephenson 0 0 8 0 — 8 Norway 0 0 8 6 — 14 First quarter No scoring. Second quarter No scoring. Third quarter N — Austin Grayvold 26 pass from Isaac Bray (Grayvold pass from Bray), 7:54. S — Austin Grinsteiner 2 run (Grinsteiner run), 2:23. Fourth quarter N — Bray 1 run (run failed), 2:56. Statistics Total yards — Stephenson 289 (198 run, 91 pass); Norway 251 (139 run, 112 pass). Rushing leaders — S: T.J. Raether 14-98, Nolan Lukasik 1882; N: Jorden Neumann 13-54, Bray 8-51. Receiving leaders — S: N. Lukasik 1-48, Travis Wangerin 419; N: , Daniel Bal 3-54, A. Grayvold 2-42. Passing — S: Grinsteiner 9-14-91-01; Bray 7-10-112-1-0. Interceptions — N: Austin Grayvold. First downs — S: 15; N: 12. Penalties — S: 2-20; N: 2-10.

... Kingsford now 3-0 (Continued from page 1-B) Ryan ripped off 15 yards for the touchdown. Swanson added the PAT kick. In the fourth quarter, Larson scooted 27 yards for a touchdown. With two minutes remaining, Tony Lorenzoni

went seven yards for a score. Swanson added PAT kicks on both scores. Kingsford (3-0) hosts La Crosse Central on Friday. Rhinelander dropped to 03. Kingsford 0 13 7 14 — 34 Rhinelander 6 0 6 0 — 12


The Daily News, Iron Mountain-Kingsford, Michigan Saturday, September 8, 2012 — 7-B

SPORTS

Movie choice didn’t help Marquette’s soccer chances with Mountaineers ScuttleBu(r)t ... Major tactical error by Marquette Coach Matt Tebo prior to Tuesday’s boys soccer match with Iron Mountain. Tebo played the 1995 movie “Grumpier Old Men” on the team’s bus trip from Marquette to Commemorative Field. Everybody knows the 1993 “Grumpy Old Men” was a far better flick with Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon and Ann-Margaret. Not even Sophia Loren

FIRST BAPTIST, 1301 Frank Pipp DriveÐSunday School 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Preaching Service 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 p.m. FIRST COVENANT CHURCH, 125 East H St. Ð Sunday 8:15 and 10:30 a.m., Sunday School for all ages 9:30 a.m. Youth Group 6:00 Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 Barrier free entrance. NORTHERN LIGHT CHRISTIAN CHURCH (full gospel) Corner of Pine Mountain Road and U.S. 2 Ð 9:00 a.m. Pre Service Prayer; 10:00 a.m. Sunday Service SS MARY AND JOSEPH (Catholic) 414 Prospect Ave. Ð Sat. 5:15 p.m.; Sun. 8 and 10 a.m. FIRST EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1210 S. Stephenson Ave. Ð Worship- Thursday 6:00 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. June, July & August MOUNT OLIVE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN, corner of H and Stockbridge Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. Bible Class & Sunday School 10:15 a.m., Wednesday Worship 6:30 p.m. TRINITY UNITED METHODIST, 808 Carpenter Ave. Ð Sunday Worship 9:15 am No Sunday School; Nursery available for Sunday School & 10:30 am Service. Rev. Paul Mallory, Pastor FIRST UNITED METHODIST, 108 4th St. Ð Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Rev. Walter Reichle ST. MARYÕS ORTHODOX, 311 West D St. Ð 5:30 p.m. Sat. Vespers, Divine Liturgy 10:00 a.m., Matins 9:00 a.m. Sunday IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH, 506 BlaineÐ Saturday 4 p.m.; Sunday 9 and 11 a.m. HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 221 West B St. Ð Sunday Service 9 a.m., MESSIAH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, 724 River Ave. Ð ÊSunday Worship 10:45 a.m., ChildrenÕs Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Midweek Worship 6 p.m. NEW HOPE CHURCH (Church of God). 614 S. Carpenter. ÐÊSun. Morning Worship Service 10 a.m.; Sun. School 9 a.m. 1st Monday of each month Prayer Service: 6:308:00 pm, Tuesday Bible Study 7:00 pm OUR SAVIOURÕS LUTHERAN CHURCH, Corner of Kimberly & H: Reverend Lee Liverance; Reverend Lori Liverance Sat. 5:00 p.m., Sun. Service 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. - Fellowship Hour at 9:30 a.m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, N3770 Pine Mtn. Road Ð Song Service 9:50 a.m., Adult & ChildrenÕs Sabbath School 10:00 a.m., Worship Service 11:15 a.m. CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH 617 S. Stephenson Ave. Rev. Steve Petry. Sunday Worship 9:45 am. Nursery provided. Call 779-9055 for information. SALVATION ARMY, The Bread of Life Center - 212 Woodward Ave.

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could save “Grumpier Old Men” and, apparently, inspire Marquette. During my post match interview with Tebo, one of the Marquette players told the coach he wasn’t

AMERICAN MARTYRS (Catholic) 908 W. Sagola Ð Saturday 4:15 p.m.; Sunday 8 and 10:15 a.m. REDEMPTION HILL, 332 S. Carpenter Ð Worship Service - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - 10:30 a.m. Barrier Free Access Pastor Alex Tunnicliff & Pastor Ron Wolfe ST. MARY QUEEN OF PEACE (Catholic) 432 Edsel st. Ð Saturday 4:30 p.m.; Sunday 8 and 10 a.m. Handicap Accessible Air Conditioning. BALSAM STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 324 Balsam St. Ð Sunday School for all ages 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.; Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Pastor Larry Neargarth774-9422OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN, 420 W. Breitung Ð Sunday Worship Services: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study - Sunday 10:00 a.m. Pastor Thomas Mackey FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 395 Hamilton Ave. Ð Sunday Worship Service; 9:00 a.m. No Sunday School. Nursery provided. Free Community Meal every Monday-5:00-5:30 p.m. ACTS 2:38 APOSTOLIC ASSEMBLY, 184 Pyle Drive North Ð 8:00 a.m. Daily Bible Study MARANATHA ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 920 S. Carpenter Ð Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH, 1295 Pyle Dr. Sunday School9:30 a.m.; Worship-10:30 a.m.; Afternoon Worship-1:30 p.m.; Discovery Bible Club-7:00 p.m. Wed. ABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH, 610 Carpenter Ave. (Inside the Birchwood Mall) Worship Service - Sunday:10:00 a.m.; Wednesday: 6:00 p.m. Potluck each time we meet. Nursery & transportation are available.

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impressed with the movie selection. I will credit Tebo for praising the Mountaineers in beating his Redmen. He also threw down the gauntlet, telling the Mountaineers to enjoy this one and expect a battle in the rematch. Coach Rob Bogaudo’s Mountaineers, deadlocked 2-2 after regulation and overtime, posted a 5-4 advantage in penalty kicks to beat the Redmen for the first time in program history.

That’s quite an accomplishment with Marquette the measuring stick for any U.P. soccer program. And now that Kingsford outlasted Iron Mountain on Thursday, who knows what will happen when the U.P. soccer tourney arrives ... Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker, at the unveiling of his Miller Park statue, on why he never left Milwaukee: “I don’t know. It was a parole thing.” ... BOOK MARKS ... Author

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SPORTS

Bounty suspensions lifted NFL reinstates Vilma, 3 others

Jerry Truit (left) and Warren Wickman captured the Felch Horseshoe League playof f championship.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Jonathan Vilma, Scott Fujita and Will Smith are back in the NFL. For now. The suspensions of those players, plus unsigned free agent Anthony Hargrove, for their roles in New Orleans’ pay-for-pain bounty scandal were lifted Friday by a three-member appeals panel. The league reinstated them all a few minutes later. The Saints’ Smith and Fujita, now with the Cleveland Browns, probably will play in Sunday’s season openers. Vilma can at least rejoin teammates and coaches in New Orleans — and get paid — even if the linebacker is not yet ready to play because of knee problems. And Hargrove can start talking to NFL teams about giving him another shot, after he was cut by the Green Bay Packers. Still, there’s no telling

THE SUSPENSIONS of four players in the NFL’s bounty investigation — Jonathan Vilma, Anthony Hargrove, Will Smith and Scott Fujita — have been lifted by a three-member appeals panel. how long the reprieve will last. Coming just two days before the first full slate of NFL games this season, the ruling is a setback for Commissioner Roger Goodell and the league. But while the decision allows the players to rejoin their teams, it does not permanently void their suspensions. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Goodell would “make an expedited determination of the discipline imposed” for violating the league’s bounty rule. “Until that determination

is made, the four players are reinstated and eligible to play starting this weekend,” Aiello said. Vilma, who had been suspended the whole season, tweeted: “Victory is mine!!!! -stewie griffin” Added Fujita: “I’m overwhelmed with all the support. Thank you so much everyone. Can’t tell you how much it means to me.” The ruling does not affect New Orleans coach Sean Payton, suspended for the season, interim coach Joe Vitt (six games) or general manager Mickey

Loomis (eight games). While the panel did not address the merits of the NFL’s bounty investigation, it found that Goodell overstepped his authority in hearing the players’ appeals of their punishments for participating in the Saints bounty program, which paid cash bonuses for hits that injured opponents. The panel’s decision states that Special Master Stephen Burbank, not Goodell, should discipline players for receiving money from a pool that paid for big plays.

Packer defense up against Niners’ No. 1 picks Leonard Johnson (above), for a third straight season, chalked up the most wins in the Felch Horseshoe League. Felch Horseshoe League’s top players this season were Jack Vanenkevort, Darrell Larson, Warren “Windy” Wickman, Don Smith, Brandon Shiverski, Leonard Johnson, Ron Oman and Jerry Truit.

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — After more than 20 years as a head coach or defensive coordinator in the NFL, Dom Capers knows some statistics are more telling than others. One stat, in particular, caught his attention. The Packers’ defensive guru’s first impression of the revamped San Francisco 49ers offense, the one he

will see Sunday in the season opener, is summed up by the number one. It is loaded with first-round draft picks. From quarterback Alex Smith to tight end Vernon Davis to the receiving duo of Michael Crabtree and veteran addition Randy Moss, Capers has some concern about how his defense stacks up against the 49ers

Vikings bid to host Super Bowls past 2018 EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have made a formal bid to host a Super Bowl. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello confirmed Friday that the team has applied to host either the 2018, 2019 or 2020 Super Bowls. The 2018 game will be awarded at league meetings in May 2014, and the 2019 and 2020 Super Bowls will be

picked at the same forum the following two years. This season’s championship game is set for New Orleans, with the 2014 Super Bowl going to New Jersey and 2015 headed to Arizona. The 2016 and 2017 games will be awarded next May. Minnesota last hosted a Super Bowl in 1992. A new $975 million stadium is

going to be built in downtown Minneapolis for the Vikings. The hope is to open it in 2016. Southern cities have hosted most Super Bowls since the grand game began in 1967, but the NFL has also rewarded markets that built new stadiums with Super Bowls, even in northern climes. Before the New York Giants and New York Jets

Lions fan gets probation DETROIT (AP) — A federal judge in Detroit has sentenced a 35-year-old Detroit Lions fan to three years’ probation for phoning in a bomb threat to the Louisiana Superdome during the New Orleans Saints’ playoff win over the Lions in January. Shawn H. Payton of Jackson pleaded guilty in June transmitting threats to injure in interstate communications. Prosecutors say Payton twice called the Superdome during the Jan.7 game.

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in this matchup of NFC heavyweights. “(And) you have three of them in the offensive line,” Capers said Friday. “You pick that high (year after year), you’re going to get pretty good.” Capers is optimistic the defense has improved and can return to being one of the league’s stingiest units for giving up points. The

Packers ranked in the top 10 during Capers’ first two years as coordinator in 2009 and ‘10 (No. 2) before falling to 19th last season. Notes: The Packers ruled out DB Davon House, RB James Starks (toe) and LB Jamari Lattimore (ankle) for the opener. BJ Raji, who had an ankle injury in last week’s final preseason game, is probable.


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Redettes stifle Flivvs By RON DEUTER Sports Editor KINGSFORD — Hunter Vitala scored seven of her game-high 19 points in the first quarter, and Marquette built a lead it never lost in a 48-41 physical and turnover-ridden Great Northern Conference girls basketball game here Friday night. “We knew they were going to come after us, mix in some different things” Marquette coach Ben Smith said. “We did a better job with (the pressure) this year than we did last year, but they just play so hard. They are pretty relentless.” The Flivvers, led by Carlee Benzie’s 16 points, helped force Marquette into 28 turnovers. But 24 giveaways of their own, and 24-

Trojans topple Nimrods Gussert scores 29 CRYSTAL FALLS — Forest Park built a 27-9 halftime lead and cruised past Watersmeet 59-34 in non-conference girls basketball Friday at Eddie Chambers Gymnasium. Lexi Gussert’s 29 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and four assists led the unbeaten Trojans. Gussert scored 10 in the opening quarter. “We started off a little flat, then got rolling,” Forest Park Coach Jeff Syrjanen said. “In the second quarter we really had it going.” Forest Park sophomore Kelsi Hendrickson tallied seven points, three assists and three steals. Sierra Robarge added three steals. “Kelsi Hendrickson had a nice floor game,” Syrjanen said. “Everybody played a lot of minutes.” Michaela Burke paced Watersmeet with 21 points. Forest Park (6-0) visits Florence on Tuesday. Forest Park won the junior varsity game. Watersmeet 4 5 10 15 — 34 Forest Park 11 16 14 12 — 59 WATERSMEET: Burke 21, Ryskey 7, Zelinski 4, McGeshick 2. FT: 2-8. F: 12. FOREST PARK: Stankewicz 4, Bawyn 7, Hendrickson 7, Gussert 29, Grandahl 1, Jaeger 3, Robarge 2, Nylund 2, Bradley 4. FT: 9-17. F: 9. 3-point FG: Stankewicz, Hendrickson, Gussert 3, Jaeger, Burke 5, Ryskey. FG shooting: Watersmeet 13-28, Forest Park 22-73. Rebounding: Forest Park 27 (Gussert 10, Bawyn 4, Nylund 4), Watersmeet 22.

Gremlins belt WIC IRON RIVER — Houghton bounced back from its first loss of the year with a vengeance, holding host West Iron County to single digits in all four quarters of a 57-25 rout. “We’ve had a good week and a half of practice and I thought we had strong defensive intensity. We set some defensive goals before the game and the girls met the goals,” Houghton coach Julie Filpus said. One of those goals was limiting WIC guard Kylee Erickson. She led the Wykons in scoring, but with just nine points. “We didn’t execute very well,” Wykons coach Mike Dallavalle said. “And credit Houghton’s defense.” On the offensive end, Houghton had a 24-12 lead by the half and expanded it (Continued on page 6-B)

GNC Girls HooPs — Poor shooting, turnovers sink Kingsford percent shooting doomed Kingsford’s attempt to play catch-up. “I saw a lot of good things we did out there, I really did,” Flivvers coach Mike Cross said. “In the second half I saw the intensity out there that we needed to come out with to win the game. But I do think we have to get better offensively. We have to be able to K I N G S F O R D ’ S C O U R T N E Y Q U A L L E Y d r i v e s put the ball in the hole.” against Marquette’s Elizabeth Kurin during the (Continued on page 6-B) second half of Friday night’s Great Nor thern

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Conference basketball game. Kingsford’s Sam Fleming (10) trails the play.

Mountaineers come up short MANISTIQUE — Iron Mountain cooled off after a fast start and bowed to Manistique 38-35 in Mid-Peninsula Conference girls basketball Friday. “We got off to a great start and then Manistique changed defenses,” Mountaineers coach John Hogberg said. “We couldn’t hit our shots.” The Mountaineers claimed a 21-20 halftime lead but the Emeralds pulled ahead 28-25 after three quarters. Manistique, behind point guard Kyra Lauzon’s gamehigh 18 points, owned a 36Theresa Peterson/The Daily News Photo 28 lead late in the game. NIAGARA’S JENNA CARLTON looks to make a bounce pass into the lane Lauzon hit eight of nine while Gillett’s Kelsey Hischke defends. from the free throw line and added seven rebounds. Iron Mountain rallied to within 36-32 as Sarah Pirkola popped in five of her team-high 11 points. A Pirkola triple closed the gap to 38-35 with 11 seconds to go. The Mountaineers misfired on another 19 points for the Tigers. learned something from this M&O girls hoops game. We had the lead up G i l l e t t a l s o w o n t h e scoring attempt with six seconds left. N I A G A R A , W i s . — until the final seconds.” jayvee game. Freshman Katie Brule, Niagara fell to Gillett 44-35 Niagara (3-3) travels to Gillett outscored the called up for this varsity in overtime in M & O Con- Badgers 11-2 in overtime. Laona on Tuesday. ference girls basketball FriMelinda McDonald and Gillett 6 9 7 11 11 — 44 game with the frosh team 10 6 7 10 2 — 35 not playing, tallied eight day. M a r a h H a r v a t h e a c h Niagara GILLETT: DeJung 7, Rotter 4, The Badgers, with two chipped in eight points and Schroeder 5, Brennan 6, Meunier Mountaineer points. AllHischke 19. FT: 9-18. F: 11. U.P. guard Katelynn Johnstarters sidelined, were led Kayla Evans added seven 3, Fouled out: none. b y J e n n a C a r l t o n ’ s 1 1 for Niagara. Leading scorer NIAGARA: Wagener 1, Evans 7, son netted five points in her 11, McDonald 8, Harvath season debut. points. Brooklyn Wolosyn and sen- Carlton 8. FT: 2-7. F: 16. Fouled out: “Katelynn played really Carlton. “I was proud of the girls ior leader Kaitlyn Lundin FG: Meunier, Carlton. w e ll and looked pretty for the four quarters,” said were both out with concus- 3-point FG shooting: Gillett, 17-59. Niaggood,” Hogberg said of the ara, 16-43. Niagara coach Laura Gun- sion symptoms. Rebounds: Gillett, 27. Niagara, senior who injured her wrist derson. “Hopefully they Kelsey Hischke tossed in 35 (Wagener 9, Harvath 6). during the volleyball season. “It was good to have her on the floor.” The Mountaineers (0-6,

Shorthanded Badgers suffer overtime defeat

Bobcats swamp Lakers NLC girls hoops

FLORENCE, Wis. — Florence breezed 15-0 in the first quarter and downed White Lake 45-15 in Northern Lakes Conference girls basketball Friday. “We moved the ball well and worked together as a team,” Florence Coach Amy Johnson said. “We also played good defense.” Maddy Doll scored all of her team-high 10 points in the first half. Tessa Merhalski and Aly Young each added eight first-half points. Brooke Soderberg and Merhalski each posted five

seconds left and Wabeno edged Goodman-Pembine 38-36 in Northern Lakes Conference girls basketball. The Patriots, who suffered their first league loss, White Lake 0 5 4 6 — 15 carried a seven-point lead Florence 15 21 5 4 — 45 i nto the fourth quarter. WHITE LAKE: Schewe ShayVee 3, Boyd 4, Deisinger 8. FT: L o g r o l l e r s ’ S t e p h a n i e 3-13. F: 16. Fouled out: Strasser then took charge Baehman. FLORENCE: Glime 4, Roff 4, with 13 of her 19 points. Soderberg 8, Merhalski 8, Young “She killed us,” GP 8, Joerns 3, Doll 10. FT: 7-14. F: 12. Coach Dennis Bilski said. 3-point FG: Merhalski 2. Rebounding: Florence 33 (Young “We led the whole game,” 9, Doll 7). Courtney Goyak’s 13 points topped the Patriots Wabeno 38, (5-2 overall, 3-1 NLC), Goodman-Pembine 36 P E M B I N E , W i s . — who visit Stephenson on Geanna Harrison converted Thursday. two free throws with three (Continued on page 2-B)

steals. Bobcats (1-4 overall, 1-3 NLC) host Forest Park on Tuesday. Florence won the junior varsity game 38-12.

MPC Girls HooPs — Emeralds notch first win

0-3) host Negaunee on Tuesday. “We’re 0-and-6 but it’s not due to lack of effort,” Hogberg said. Manistique (1-4) broke into the win column. “It was our first win, so it’s obviously a good feeling for us,” said Emeralds coach Kelly Spettel. “We played well down the stretch, and we were very disciplined on offense. We finally took better care of the basketball.” Spettel, calling Johnson one of the best players in the conference, said her girls did a good job of keeping her under wraps. “(Johnson) can be absolutely deadly from the three-point line, and we shut her down tonight,” she said. “We just really focused on making sure she didn’t get any open looks.” Iron Mountain nipped Manistique 46-45 in the jayvee game. Iron Mountain 12 9 4 10 — 35 10 10 8 10 — 38 Manistique IRON MOUNTAIN: Truscott 2, Johnson 5, Pirkola 11, Bogaudo 2, Brule 8, Gerhard 7. FT: 9-15. F: 15. MANISTIQUE: Cook 3, Lafayette 7, Lauzon 18, Bosanic 2, Morrison 4, Hoholik 4. FT: 12-13. F: 18, Fouled out: Carlson. 3-point FG: Pirkola 2, Lauzon 2, Lafayette, Cook. Rebounding: Iron Mountain 24 (Brule 8, Gerhard 7).

Miners ‘outplay’ Knights NEGAUNEE — Bailey home to host Stephenson Grayvold scored 14 points Friday, Dec. 21. Summary (field goals, for Norway in a 62-41 MidPeninsula loss to Negaunee free throws, total points) NOR — Matonich, 2-0-5; Evosehere Friday night. vich, 4-0-8; Mattson, 2-0-4; ConNorway (4-2, 2-1) fell ery, 3-1-6; Grayvold, 6-2-14; behind by double digits in Casanova, 1-2-4. Totals, 18-5-41. NEG — Blake, 2-0-5; Wilber, 4-0the first quarter and could 10; Hakala, 6-0-15; Erva, 1-0-3; never recover, trailing by 28 Veale, 1-2-4; LaFreniere, 1-3-5; Randall, 1-0-2; Cappoferri, 1-0-3; after three quarters. R. Anderson, 5-4-14; Claussen, 0“They just outplayed us,” 1-1. Totals, 22-10-62. by quarters: Knights coach Carli Kelly Score NOR 11 8 7 15 — 41 said. “They shot really well. NEG 24 13 17 8 — 62 FG shooting: NOR, stats n/a; They weren’t missing. 22 of 40 (53 percent); FT “We didn’t look ready to NEG, shooting: NOR stats n/a; NEG, play tonight, and I’ll take 10 of 13 (79 percent); Rebounding, NOR stats n/a; NEG, 30 the blame for that.” (Rosalie Anderson, Aubri RomThe Knights return to back, 5).

Carney third quarter takes toll on North Dickinson CARNEY — CarneyNadeau broke open a close game in the third quarter and went on to defeat North Dickinson 68-32 in Skyline Conference girls basketball Friday. The Nordics trailed 28-

21 at halftime before Carney pulled away. “Their defense really harassed us and caused a lot of turnovers,” said North Dickinson coach Mike Roell. “We had no rhythm on offense at all.”

The Nordics got nine North Dickinson claimed p o i n t s f r o m E l i z a b e t h the jayvee game. Charlevoix. The Nordics (0-2, 0-5) “We’ve got to do some host North Central on Tuesthings better,” Roell said. day. “We need to be more aggres- N. Dickinson 9 12 6 5 — 32 Carney 12 16 23 17 — 68 sive on defense. We’ll get NORTH DICKINSON: Nelson 2, Rotter 6, L. Steele 3, Starnes 4, there.”

Jacobson 6, Charlevoix 9, Stroud 2. FT: 12-20 F: 11. CARNEY: Charlier 17, J. Dani 8, Murray 18, Eichhorn 11, Baumler 5, Wery 7. A. Dani 2. FT: 9-11. F: 16. 3-point FG: Rotter 2, Charlier, J. Dani 2, Murray, Eichhorn. Rebounds: ND, 39 (Stroud 11, Jacobson 7). FG shooting: ND, 9-45.


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Prep basketball: IM frosh wins

Boys basketball Friday’s results Brimley 73, Harbor Light Christian 13 Almond-Bancroft 59, Menominee Indian 51 Antigo 56, Northland Pines 32 Ewen-Trout Creek, Mich. 72, Hurley 63 West De Pere 77, Marinette 42

IRON MOUNTAIN — Iron Mountain built a 24-9 halftime lead and defeated Kingsford 43-27 in freshmen boys basketball at Mountaineer Gymnasium. Kyle Johnson, 14; Ryan Michaud, 11, and Tanner Huotari, 10, led the Mountaineers in scoring.

Girls basketball

Tech hoops: Hoyt at 1,000 HOUGHTON — Senior point guard Sam Hoyt joined an elite club of Michigan Tech women basketball players as she became the 21st player in women’s basketball (AP Photo/Nathan Bilow) history to eclipse the 1,000 Two-time Olympic champion Seth Wescott (front) climbed back on top point mark. of the FIS Snowboarding World Cup podium, taking a photo finish win in The Arkansaw, Wis., the USANA Snowboardcross Cup over Australia’s Alex Pullin. Iron Rivnative currently has 1,050 er’s Nick Baumgartner, third a week ago, finished seventh in blizzard points for the Huskies. Hoyt conditions at Telluride, Colo. excels in the classroom as well, carrying a 3.94 grade point average in mathematics secondary education. Former Iron River resident Mary Fisher (1,250 N E W Y O R K ( A P ) — National Labor Relations on the league’s actions Friday. points from 198 to 1987) is also in Tech’s “1,000- A n t i c i p a t i n g a p o s s i b l e Board, claiming the players’ The moves were made after the antitrust suit, the NHL has association has bargained in sides held a bargaining teleconpoint club.” ference, following two days of brought its labor fight against bad faith. The NHL said it believes talks that included federal hockey players to federal the union’s executive board is mediators. court. Players’ association speThe league on Friday filed a seeking authorization to give class action suit in U.S. District up its collective bargaining c i a l c o u n s e l S t e v e F e h r , CRYSTAL FALLS — Court in New York, seeking to rights, a necessary step before meanwhile, declined to comForest Park Sports Boosters establish that its now 90-day players could file an antitrust ment on the lawsuits or to Elementary Basketball lockout is legal. In a separate lawsuit. confirm the union’s plans Tournament, open to boys move, the NHL filed an unfair NHL deputy commissioner regarding a so-called disand girls in grades 5-6, will labor practice charge with the Bill Daly declined to comment claimer of interest. take place Saturday, Jan. 12, and Sunday, Jan. 13. The two-division, eightteam tournament invites girls and boys teams in NEW YORK (AP) — As Ellis leads Bucks grades 5-6 to participate. POWERS — The North Detroit kept coming back, Joe CLEVELAND (AP) — Entry fee is $50, with a Central girls shook off a Johnson figured the game Thursday, Jan. 3, sign-up slow start Friday night, could come down to a last Monta Ellis scored a season-high 33 points, Brandeadline. posting a 50-22 basketball shot. For a roster form and triumph over the Munising It did and he knew it was don Jennings added 16 and more information, contact Mustangs. in as soon as it left his hands. t h e M i l w a u k e e B u c k s Dwaine (Dobie) Anderson Johnson made a jumper defeated the Cleveland CavNorth Central led 8-6 at 906-875-2124, 875- after the first quarter and from just inside the arc as a l i e r s 9 0 - 8 6 o n F r i d a y 4660 (fax) o r 23-11 at halftime of the time expired in the second night. The win gave Milwaudanderson@fptrojans.org. Central U.P. Conference overtime, giving the Brookkee a season-high fourlyn Nets a 107-105 victory outing. “We didn’t shoot very over the Pistons on Friday game winning streak and was the Bucks’ ninth well tonight,” said Jets’ night. straight victory over the Johnson finished with 28 coach Nikki Laurila. “They IRON MOUNTAIN — played a decent man-to-man points for the Nets, scoring Cavaliers.Thunder 10th Kiwanis Ski Club will meet (defense) and we were rush- their final five in the second straight Oklahoma City 113, at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the ing our offense, especially extra period. He faded backPine Mountain clubhouse. in the first quarter. We did a ward after launching the Sacramento 103 — Kevin Durant scored 31 points, little better in the second jumper over Tayshaun Prince Serge Ibaka added 18 points quarter. We got the ball into in something of a victory trot. and 11 rebounds and the “The coaches and, like I Oklahoma City Thunder beat the post and they were foulsay, my teammates have the the Sacramento Kings for ing quite a bit.” The Jets (5-1 overall, 4- confidence in putting the ball their 10th straight win. FLORHAM PARK, N.J. It’s the franchise’s longest (AP) — Tim Tebow might 1 CUP) hit 14-of-60 field in my hands down the stretch, not be done in the wildcat g o a l s a n d c o l l e c t e d 2 7 then I have to come up big for winning streak since November 1996, when it won 11 in us,” Johnson said. steals. after all. a row as the Seattle SuperGerald Wallace added a “Defensively, I thought New York Jets coach Rex Sonics. Ryan reversed his decision we did a great job,” said season-high 25 points and 10 LAKERS 102, WIZARDS Friday, saying the backup Laurila. “We did a great job rebounds, Deron Williams 96 — Kobe Bryant scored 30 quarterback could possibly rotating in our zone. They scored 17 points and Andray points, reserve Jodie Meeks participate in the wildcat- d i d n ’ t g e t m a n y o p e n Blatche had 16 for the Nets, added 24 and the Lakers who blew a 17-point lead, snapped a four-game losing style offense and on special looks.” Morgan Wells paced the missed their first six shots in streak. teams as the personal punt Slowed by foul trouble, protector at Tennessee on Jets with 14 points. Darcy the second overtime, and still Dwight Howard finished with Monday night. On Thursday, Rochon added 12 points managed to win their second 12 points and 14 rebounds, Ryan said Tebow would be and nine rebounds. Dana straight. and the Lakers improved to Brandon Knight scored 22 10-14. the backup to Mark Sanchez, Rochon had 11 points and points and Rodney Stuckey but only in the conventional eight steals. Munising (3-1 overall had 19 for the Pistons, who 103 with 10.5 seconds left. offense as he continues to Knight missed a jumper, recover from two broken played its CUP opener with- dropped their third straight. Detroit led 103-100 in the but the Nets’ Kris Humphries out Emily DesJardins, who’s ribs. believed to be out with an second overtime before Wal- tipped it right to Kyle Singler lace drove into the lane to get under the basket, who tied it Achilles tendon injury. The Jets, who also won the Nets on the board. John- with 5.8 seconds to go. The the jayvee game 43-30, son put them in the lead with Nets got the ball into JohnRAMSAU, Austria (AP) travel to North Dickinson a basket in the lane, making it son, who was well defended 104-103, and after Greg by Prince before stepping — Sara Takanashi of Japan Tuesday. Monroe wasn’t close on two back for the long jumper that won a World Cup ski jump Munising 6 5 2 9 — 22 8 15 12 15 — 50 free throws, Johnson added a had to be reviewed to see if it for the second time this sea- N MCentral unising — Gendron 5, son, extending her lead in McLaren 4, Sowa 8, Cromell 4, free throw that made it 105- was a 2-pointer or a 3. Immel 1. FT: 3-5; F: 20; Fouled the standings. out: McLaren; 3-point field Americans Lindsey Van goals: Sowa 2, Gendron. North Central — M. Wells 14, and Jessica Jerome were SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A the timing and purpose of Wells 1, LaBonte 4, Dana fourth and fifth Friday. B. Rochon 11, Darcy Rochon 12, deal proposed by Nike Inc. the special session, but World Cup champion Sarah Faccio 2, Campbell 6. FT: 22-30; to create hundreds of jobs in rather than head out on holiHendrickson of the U.S. F: 17; Fouled out: LaBonte. Oregon in exchange for a day vacations, the state’s finished seventh. guarantee that the state won’t part-time legislators met in change a favorable corporate Salem on four days’ notice tax structure prompted state to consider whether to give (Continued from page 1-B) Wabeno won the jayvee lawmakers to approve emer- the world’s largest athletic gency legislation Friday. shoe and apparel company game. By The Associated Press Critics have questioned the assurances it demanded. 4 10 7 17 — 38 The U.S. Open tennis Wabeno Good-Pemb. 8 13 7 8 — 36 tournament is moving the G O O D M A N - P E M B I N E : women’s final to Sunday Moloney 8, Seidel 4, Stankevich 9, Parr 2, Goyak 13. FT: 4-10. F: and men’s final to Monday 9. in 2013, building in a day W A B E N O : H a r r i s o n 1 0 , 2, Nygard 3, Prassof rest ahead of each title McLaughlin er 19, Waube 4. FT: 9-10. F: 13, 3-point G: Prasser 3. match for the first time.

NHL files suit, labor charge

Youth hoops: FP tourney

North Central girls post rout

Pistons lose in 2OT

Ski jumping: Kiwanis meeting

Pro football: Rex’s reversal

Ski jumping: U.S. 4th, 5th

Oregon approves tax deal for Nike

Tennis: U.S. Open change

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Friday’s results Calumet 62, Painesdale Jeffers 31 Chassell 40, Lake LindenHubbell 38 Forest Park 59, Watersmeet 34 DeTour 37, Cedarville 29 Houghton 57, West Iron County 25 L’Anse 66, Baraga 49 Mackinaw City 75, Harbor Light Christian 30 Manistique 38, Iron Mountain 35 Marquette 48, Kingsford 41 Ontonagon 35, Dollar Bay 31 Pickford 47, Engadine 35 Powers North Central 50, Munising 22 Sault Area 53, Cheboygan 33 St. Ignace LaSalle 84, Rogers City 23 Almond-Bancroft 35, Menominee Indian 33 Coleman 43, Peshtigo 24 Crandon 64, Phelps 55 Florence 45, White Lake 15 Hurley 63, Wakefield-Marenisco, Mich. 29 Newman Catholic 56, Edgar 51 Northland Pines 45, Antigo 30 Three Lakes 54, Laona 44

Wrestling Saturday, Dec. 15 Iron Mountain, Norway at Marquette Varsity Challenge

College football FBS Bowls All Times EST Saturday, Dec. 15 New Mexico Bowl At Albuquerque Nevada (7-5) vs. Arizona (7-5), 1 p.m. (ESPN) Famous Idaho Potato Bowl At Boise, Idaho Toledo (9-3) vs. Utah State (102), 4:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Pro football National Football League All Times EST Thursday’s Game Cincinnati 34, Philadelphia 13 Sunday’s Games Green Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Minnesota at St. Louis, 1 p.m. Indianapolis at Houston, 1 p.m. N.Y. Giants at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Washington at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Jacksonville at Miami, 1 p.m. Denver at Baltimore, 1 p.m. Carolina at San Diego, 4:05 p.m. Detroit at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. Seattle vs. Buffalo at Toronto, 4:05 p.m. Kansas City at Oakland, 4:25 p.m. Pittsburgh at Dallas, 4:25 p.m. San Francisco at New England, 8:20 p.m. Monday’s Game N.Y. Jets at Tennessee, 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 22 Atlanta at Detroit, 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 23 Tennessee at Green Bay, 1 p.m. Indianapolis at Kansas City, 1 p.m. New Orleans at Dallas, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Houston, 1 p.m. Oakland at Carolina, 1 p.m. Buffalo at Miami, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. New England at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. St. Louis at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. San Diego at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Denver, 4:05 p.m. Chicago at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. N.Y. Giants at Baltimore, 4:25 p.m. San Francisco at Seattle, 8:20 p.m.

Pro basketball National Basketball Assoc. All Times EST Friday’s Games Toronto 95, Dallas 74 Indiana 95, Philadelphia 85 Orlando 99, Golden State 85 L.A. Lakers 102, Washington 96 Milwaukee 90, Cleveland 86 Brooklyn 107, Detroit 105,2OT Houston 101, Boston 89 Minnesota 113, New Orleans 102 Oklahoma City 113, Sacramento 103 Phoenix 99, Utah 84 Memphis at Denver, 10:30 p.m. Saturday’s Games Golden State at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Cleveland at New York, 7:30 p.m. Orlando at Charlotte, 7:30 p.m. Indiana at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Washington at Miami, 7:30 p.m.

Brooklyn at Chicago, 8 p.m. Dallas at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Boston at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Memphis at Utah, 9 p.m.

College hockey Friday’s Scores MIDWEST Miami (Ohio) 1, Ohio St. 1, OT, Ohio St. wins SO 1-0 North Dakota 6, Michigan Tech 1 Lake Superior 3, N. Michigan 0 W. Michigan 4, Michigan 1 Wisconsin 4, Ala.-Huntsville 1 St. Cloud St. 5, Colorado College 3 Denver 1, Bemidji St. 1, OT Minn. St.-Mankato 6, Neb.Omaha 3

Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Named Dave Joppie hitting coach for Pawtucket (IL); Rich Gedman hitting coach for Portland (EL); Nelson Paulino hitting coach for Salem (Carolina); Paul Abbott pitching coach and Tim Hyers hitting coach for Greenville (SAL); Noah Hall hitting coach for Lowell (NYP); Darren Fenster manager, Dick Such pitching coach and Tom Kotchman coach of the Gulf Coast League team; and Aly Gonzalez coach for the Dominican Summer League team. KANSAS CITY ROYALS— Agreed to terms with OF Xavier Nady on a minor league contract. NEW YORK YANKEES— Agreed to terms with INF Kevin Youkilis on a one-year contract. Designated LHP Josh Spence for assignment. TEXAS RANGERS—Announced C Konrad Schmidt cleared waivers and was assigned outright to Round Rock (PCL). National League CINCINNATI REDS—Named Ronnie Ortegon major league assistant hitting coach, Ryan Jackson minor league hitting coordinator, Jim Riggleman manager for Louisville (IL), Delino DeShields manager for Pensacola (SL), Jose Nieves manager for Dayton (MWL) and Eli Marrero manager for the Arizona League team. Promoted Nick Krall to director of baseball operations, Jeff Graupe to director of player development, Sam Grossman to director of baseball research and analysis, Jeff Taylor to special assistant to the general manager and John Morris to special assistant to the general manager. Named Reed MacPhail baseball operations assistant and Will Harford professional scout. HOUSTON ASTROS—Named Dyar Miller minor league pitching coordinator, Ralph Dickenson minor league hitting coordinator, Craig Bjornson roving pitching instructor and Jeff Albert roving hitting instructor and Brendan Verner minor league strength and conditioning coordinator. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS— Agreed to terms with INF Ty Wigginton on a two-year contract. WASHINGTON NATIONALS— Promoted manager Brian Daubach and hitting coach Mark Harris from Hagerstown (SAL) to Potomac (Carolina) and Tripp Kiester from the Gulf Coast League to Hagerstown. Named Patrick Anderson manager of Gulf Coast League Nationals and Gary Thurman outfield/baserunning coordinator. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association HOUSTON ROCKETS—Reassigned F Terrence Jones and FC Donatas Motiejunas to Rio Grande Valley (NBADL). FOOTBALL National Football League JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS— Waived WR Kevin Elliott. Signed OL Austin Pasztor from the practice squad. Signed WR Jerrell Jackson to the practice squad. COLLEGE METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Accepted Quinnipiac and Monmouth as conference members beginning July 1, 2013. APPALACHIAN STATE— Named Scott Satterfield football coach. CALIFORNIA—Named Pierre Ingram running backs coach. GEORGIA TECH—Announced the NCAA has certified freshman G Solomon Poole’s eligibility to begin playing this season. INDIANA STATE—Named Mike Sanford football coach. LIMESTONE—Named Bobby James football coach. LOUISIANA TECH—Named Skip Holtz football coach.


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1532 - Caregiver

Niagara Senior Center Director

Approx.18 hrs per wk. Duties: bookkeeping, program planning & daily office routines. Must be able to work well w/older persons, be well organized & good people skills a must. Send letter of interest & resume by: 1/15/13 to: Niagara Senior Citizens LTD, Attn: Joetta, 569 Washington Ave., Niagara, WI 54151

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2 years experience, clean MVR. 100% company Paid Blue Cross Blue Shield. Apply in person at: Zeeb Trucking 905 E. Breitung Ave., Kingsford, MI

Live-in Caregiver/household Mgr, $400+- wk, plus free rm & bd - Gwinn, 906-346-9282 or 906-362-0675

3006 - Apartments Unfurnished

5504 - Other Animals

FOR RENT IN IRON MOUNTAIN: Upper two bedroom duplex apt. in quiet, exclusive location. Private storage & laundry area, yard maint and garage included. Call Don 563-9239, 563-5484 evenings. IM 1 bdr apt. $400 + utilities. 2 bdr apt. $550 + electric. Security & restrictions. 282-1740, 774-2344 IM- Huge1 bedroom upper. Appliances & heat included. $400+ Sec.dep, lease, restrictions. 396-2001 Large very clean & quiet 2 bd with full bath. Located at: 400 Fairbanks St., Iron Mtn. Free water/ sewer, garbage pickup & maintenance. Security deposit, references. 906-428-4701 & 906-420-4057 Norway: Newly remodeled 1 & 2 bds. $425 includes utilities, gargage. Exc. location. 906-563-8189

Umbrella Cock-a-too Parrot & cage. $1,000. 906-239-2294

3008 - Houses for Rent 2 bd. house Norway appliances/ washer/ dryer hookup $425 plus utilities & sec. rest.906-282-7420

3 bedroom house: 915 Fairbanks St., Iron Mtn. $625 per mo. 906-779-1908 906-396-0420

3006 - Apartments Unfurnished A-1 tenant wanted for an A-1 completely remodeled 1 bd apt. Heat & water included. $350-$450 mo. Security, lease. Available Jan. 1st. Downtown Iron Mountain Days 906-774-0676, Eves 906-774-4869 2 bd apt 1st floor, appl heat, water, sec. Free laundry. Restr, lease. $515. 945 Woodward, also 1 bd apt w/garage $495. 774-7700 days 563-5709 nights EFFICIENCY UPPER 1 bd apt. $250 month. Credit check. References. Restrictions. Lease. 774-3463.

For rent 3 bdr home kingsford. Finished basement 2 car garage. $625 + util. Will discuss appliances. References required. 906-774-9466 IM- Executive house, furnished, utilities included. Rent by the month for $785. Call 906-774-9540 Newer 2 bedroom 1-1/2 bath 2 car garage in Kingsford. $675 a month security required. 906-774-7510 Nice 2 bdrm home: 701 East D St. Appliances, washer/ dryer. $460 mo.+ security & utilities. 906-282-1334 Norway: 2 bdrm. at 551 15th Ave. Washer/ dryer, dishwasher. $475. Restrictions. 906-282-1824. Norway: 3-1/2 bedroom house, new carpet throughout. $425 + security. Restrictions. 906-396-5321

3019 - Commercial Space Iron Mtn. 200 Fairbanks- 860 sq. feet, handicap accessible, plenty of parking, ideal location. $670 per month includes utilities. 906-282-6542

4500- Garage Sales

5500 - Dogs 2 Purebred beautiful female Shih Tzu pups Shots & wormed, Tri color. $350. 906-828-1474

6000 Miscellaneous Antique table, 3 leaf, 6 chairs, new upholstery $300.00, Hi-back Pump Organ $1000.00. Call 715 589-2343 THINKING ABOUT CHRISTMAS GIFTS?

SEIKO WATCH.

Womens, new in box. $225. Call for details. 779-0792.

6008 - Sporting Goods Like new Ruger 9mm stainless hand gun. 2 clips, 2 holsters, 40 rounds of ammo. $425. New Rossi .17 cal single shot. $175. Call 906-221-9365

Mathews Z7 Extreme Hunting Bow 2010. 70lbs. DW RH, QAD Ultra Rest Pro, Apex 4 pin lighted sight, limb saver stabilizer, black bow sling, Kwikee quiver, 29-1/2” draw length, peep sight. Asking $800 OBO. Never been hunted. 906-201-2392

2011 Prime Shift hunting bow. ATA 30”, 70lbs DW, 29” draw, never been shot. Asking $700 OBO. 906-201-2392

6028 - Musical Items 5’ Baby Grand Piano Kawai 1991 Model GE-1 satin walnut. Exc.cond. $6700. Call 906-563-2020

6044 - Wanted to Buy Wanted size 6 winter girls clothes in good condition. Please call 906-221-9690

6046 - Nifty $250 Bear Paw antique snowshoes. Made in 1944. $125. 906-221-7705

6064 - Nifty $100 Aluminum Frame Folding Cot with Mattress $25. (906) 396-0601 Amana Refrigerator Works great. Excellent condition. $100 Firm. 779-1751 Avon Cape-Cod Ruby Red collector coffee mugs; 8 available at only $5 each. 906-776-1164 Avon Cape-Cod Ruby Red collector large goblets; 8 available at only $5 each. 906-776-1164 Barbie Doll original box, never opened. Last week firm @$25, this week very firm @$20. 774-7938. Beige Artesian Round Bowl Toilet with Insulated Tank $25 (906) 396-0601 2 big bags of baby girl clothes. $30 takes all. 906-779-0580 Big Barbie doll house $20. Vtech Little Smart A-Z talking $10. Phonics talking writing desk $10. 779-0580 1 black authentic mens Movado watch, black leather band, like new, real nice. $50. 906-221-2714. Black knee boots. Size 6. Brand new. Made in USA. $10. 715-548-0973. Black & light blue life jacket. $8. 906-779-0580 Blues Clues Memory Game. $5. Pooh Candy Land game $5. 779-0580 Blue’s Room Plug-N-Play TV $6. 906-779-0580 Body Solid Home Gym all stations bench 350 pounds Olympic plates two bars. $100. 715-336-2357 Boys black Biore snowboard helmet $20. 779-5046 Brand new childs kitchen with shopping cart full of food. $30. 779-0580 Children’s Atomic skis. 80 cm in length, red in color. $40. Call 563-5452 Collection of HO Scale Model train cars. $100.00. 221-2501 Collection Of Old Steins. $100.00 221-2501 Complete Set US Divers Scuba Regs $100. 906-399-4176. DC Men’s snowboard boots. Size 8. Good shape. $40. 906-774-7925 Demon Brass handle Sword, steel blade, $100. (906)233-9539 Discovery toys Zip track, great shape. $20. Alphabet sonic phonics $15. 906-779-0580. Dive tanks $55. Good condition. 906-399-4176. Elmo’s World Plug-n-Play TV $6. TV Learning adventures, great adventures Plug-n-Play $6. 906-779-0580 (2) Exterior 32” Metal Doors w/frames $35 ea, (2) Interior 36 & 32” Wood Doors w/ frames $15ea. (906) 396-0601

6064 - Nifty $100

7006 - Vans

Flatware set, 50 piece, made by Oneida. Stainless steel. New in box. Lifetime wrnty. $100. 715-548-0973. FOR SALE: Antique 100 year old baby crib $85 or best offer. 906-438-2271. 55 Gallon Aquarium, stand,filter and some accessories for $70. Call (906)396-8847. Gil ski boots Roxy size 22.5 Roxy skiis & binders, size 110 skiis. $100. 906-774-4084. Girls pink Pryme snowboard helmetsigned by Nick Baumgartner $25. 779-5046

2003 GMC Safari- 8 pass. van. AWD, 4.3L V6, LOADED. Exc. cond. 111,300 miles. $6,495OBO. 282-8188. 1999 Mercury Villager, 131K. $2000 OBO. 906-396-7071

Green Packer earrings; 12 pair available. $4 pair. Great gifts but won’t last long. 906-776-1164 Hanging mirror with green trim- glass size is 11” wide by 19” long $10. 906-221-2714. Heavy Duty Metal shelving unit 36” wide, 86” high. $75. 906-774-1342. Holiday gold sequined dress-Brand Scala-size 8, short, has straps. $25. 779-5046 Hooked on Phonics learn to read $10, brand new. Fun with spelling, $10, brand new. 906-779-0580. Leap Pad learning system. $25. 906-779-0580 Like new kid t-shirts sizes 6-8 Chuckie Cheese, ect. $10 takes all.906-779-0580 Mens leather 8 ball jacket. Red, black, white size large. $75. 715-528-5588. New ladies black laceup zippered fashion vintage boots. Size 9-1/2. Now $25. 906-776-1164 1- peoples weight scale. Great shape. $10. 906-221-2714. 4.3” Portable digital TV $50. 906-779-0580 Presto Salad Shooter. New in the box. $35. 715-548-0973. Princess and the Frog Wii game $5. Toy Story 3 Wii game $5. 563-5452 Princess CD player (portable) w/ Princess headphones in good condition; I paid $35 asking $10. 563-5452 Princess CD player w/ jewelry storage inside works in very good condition; Pd. $50 will sell for $20. 563-5452 Princess play zip up purses(2) in very good condition; paid $10 each asking $5 for both. 563-5452 Princess: quilt/sheets (twin) $20, fleece blanket (twin), jewels pillow (2 sets) $15, all bought at Kmart. Very good cond. 563-5452 Princess TV game works well, paid $25 will sell for $10. 563-5452 4 P225-60-16 tires, 2 like new, 2- 50% left. $100 OBO. 715-528-5588. RCA Digital to Analog Converter Box $40. (906) 396-0601 Read w/me & 2 DVD’s $15. Womens 10 speed bike $35. 906-779-0580. Sagging sofa saver. Custom made sofa saver, lets you keep your furniture. Only $25. 906-776-1164 Sharp Convection/ Microwave mounts above range works great. Exc.condition. $100 Firm 779-1751 Size 10 Kids red dress $4. Sz 8 purple dress w/ flowers. $4. 779-0580 Size 6X girls kids Christmas dress $4. 779-0580 Snorkel fins, never used SZ L. $20. New never used Snorkel $15. 906-399-4176. Stainless Steel Kitchen Double Sink $40. (906) 396-0601 Standard weight set. 415 pounds of plates, three bars. $60 obo. 715-336-2357 Stereo Stand with Glass Door $35. (906) 396-0601 Talking Alphabet Learing Center $10. Power touch learning system with a bunch of games $25. 779-0580 Tinkerbell Enter the World of Fairies, Tinkerbell & Great Fairy Rescue, Tinkerbell & Lost Treasure 3-DVDs all $10. 563-5452 Toy Story 2(DVD) and Toy Story 3(DVD) both for $5. Cinderella 1,II and III(3-DVDs) all for $10. 563-5452 Umbrella stroller $5. 1 girls bike $25. 906-779-0580 Vintage Holly Berry Set of Milk Glass dishes, stemware and glasses. $100.00. 221-2501 2 Wheel chairs $40 each. 906-779-0580. 1 white plug in pole lamp. Great shape. $15. 906-221-2714. Women’s Columbia Jacket XL Green/ Blk/ White. Excellent Condition $40. 282-2972 Women’s Short Columbia Jacket XL Excellent Condition $20. 282-2972 2XL Oneil Drysuit $100. Good condition. 906-399-4176. 3’x3’ standing metal desk with compartments & drawers, on wheels. $25. 906-2509280, 906-774-0719

7000 - Autos 2000 Buick Lesabre. 117,000 miles. New tires, runs great. $4,250. 906-282-6393 2008 Chev. Impala Super Sport.V-8, 5,500 miles. Loaded. Original owner. $22,900. 906-282-8000. 2000 Chev Malibu 4dr., Gold, lower miles A/C,tilt,cruise,$3,495 w/wrnty. 906-361-0597 715-251-4788 89 Chevy Corsica. $1,000. Great runner w/new muffler, newer brakes, tires & more. Remote starter. 715-548-0210 2002 Dodge Intrepid. Runs good. 120,000. New brakes, plugs, head lights. $2,700 OBO. 906-828-9115 1998 Dodge Neon. 110,000 mi. Runs good. $1200 obo. Call 906-221-2459 2005 Dodge Stratus SXT. V6 auto, 74k. Exc. cond. power train wrnty. 906-361-0597, $6595 715-251-4788 2008 Impreza Premium w/$6K (non-Blue Book) extras. 48K, Asking $14,995. Incl. All extras & warranties 235-0887 1999 MAZDA MIATA Convertible 1.8 Liter engine- 46,416 miles. New tires and new battery 5 speed Manual transmission AM/FM/CD Bose sound System Emerald Green with Tan Top. Call 906-2214335 after 4pm. 2009 Mazda 3 5 speed, 49,000 miles. Great gas mileage. Asking $13,500. 906-282-7407 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis loaded, good condition 118K miles, $4200 OBO 779-5876 2001 Oldsmobile Silhouette. Loaded. Low miles. For parts or repair only. $1200 OBO. 906-221-7705 2005 Pontiac G6 4dr. V6 auto, maroon, exc. cond. 75k. Power train wrty. $7995. 906-3610597, 715-251-4788 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT. Sunroof, air, dark green, $1995 Sharp car! 906-3610597, 715-251-4788 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT. Lower miles. Loaded. $6,795 w/ power train wrnty. 906-361-0597, 715-251-4788 2008 Saturn Aura Like new, 13k mi, $16k email please: elkmeadow @hughes.net

7002 - Trucks 2001 Chev Silverado 4 dr, x-cab, 2wd, 5.3 eng, 121,000 miles. Asking $5500 OBO. 906-221-3949 1990 Chevy Crew cab 4x4 w/Western Plow & cargo cap. Runs great. $2,500 OBO. 779-5793. 2000 Chevy Silverado Reg. cab 8’ box. 165K mi. 90 day power train wrty $4895. 906-3610597, 715-251-4788 2004 Chevy Silverado Z-71 Ext. cab 4x4. 116,000 miles. $9,000 OBO. Call 906-221-0814 1997 Dodge Dakota 2 wheel drive, 90K. $2,000 OBO. 906-396-7071 2003 Ford Ranger. V6 4wd, 5 spd. 97,000 miles with capper. New tires & brakes. $6,500. 906-282-6393 1995 GMC Sierra Ext Cab. Newly rebuilt 350 motor w/ 28,000 mi. Runs great! $3500. (906) 221-5246 2006 Silver Toyota 4 runner. 51K miles. New condition. $24,000. 774-2897

7004 - SUVs 2002 Chevy Tahoe. 100,000 miles, great condition, 1 owner, many extras including 4 wheel drive, remote start. $9,000 OBO. (906) 774-1531

2000 Ford Expedition. Leather, 6 disc CD, remote start, power windows, seats etc. Asking $3500OBO. Call Anytime. 906-221-9611 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Hemi V-8 leather, nav, towing pkg, gold 34,000 miles. Best offer. 906-221-3996 1997 Toyota 4-Runner SR5. High mileage, 4 wheel drive. $3,100. Call 906-563-9377 or 906-396-5742

7006 - Vans 2003 Chevrolet Venture Van equipped for Handicap Use. Electric wheel chair ramp; hand controls for accelerator & brakes; driver’s seat swivels to allow wheel chair transfer; wheelchair anchors; onstar; air & stereo front & back; electric sliding doors, 51,700 miles, business opportunity, $15,000 obo. Can email pics. 906-774-3211 or email: grolson@ chartermi.net 1998 Chevy Venture. V6, auto, 7 pass, fully loaded. Runs excellent.180K $1,600 906-282-3582 1993 Ford Econoline 5.8L. 107,000 miles. Runs great! $2,500 906-282-1471

7008 - 4-Wheel Drive 1998 JEEP Wrangler Lifted, black, hard top, 3” Sky Jacker Rock Ready lift, new BFG 33” KM2 tires, 4.0L V-6, new front rock crawler bumper. Only 78,000 miles. Asking $10,000 OBO. A Must See! 906-201-2392

7010 Antiques/Classics 1975 Buick LeSabre Cust. convert. Indy 500 pacecar. Triple white. Orig. 1 owner, 62K. $16,900. 906-221-0664 1984 Cad Eldorado. Ivory, white roof. Orig. Ariz. 1 owner, 4.1L V8, Like new. $5,900. 906-221-0664

7012 - Motorcycles 2004 Harley Dyna Wide Glide. Showroom condition. Extras incl. Only 3500 miles. $12,500. 906-282-6995 2002 Harley V-Rod. 12,500 miles. In Excellent Condition. New tires. $8,450 OBO. 906-774-7315 2005 Suzuki DR-Z125 off road dirt bike, 4 stroke. $1,500. 906-396-4968 2006 Suzuki Katana. Black. 15 K miles. Recent tune-up & ready to ride. $2000. 616-710-5698 2005 Victory Hammer 250 rear tire.100”, 6 spd., 5,000 miles. $6,500. 906-774-0698.

7014 - ATVs 2004 Suzuki Elger 400 4x4. 2,337 miles. $2,500. 906-396-1481.

2005 Yamaha YFZ 450cc. Professionally rebuilt motor, only rode a few times after. The oil injection has been transferred like the new YFZ’s. Sweet wheeler, no time to ride. $3,000. 906-201-2392

7016 - Boats/ Access. 12’ Aluminum fishing boat,

everything included. 4hp Evinrude motor, gas tank, anchors, oars, life jacket, emergency paddle & floatation pad, plus trailer $650 firm. If interested call 715-759-5173. 30’ 1993 Celebrity 290 Sport.w/alum trlr.Twin 350 I/OS. GPS, radar, air/HT, slps 6, $25,000 906-774-7654 18’ Fishing/ tubing boat. 50HP Mercury outboard. Depth finder & more! $1,200. 715-251-4788 or 906-361-0597 1990 Starcraft boat w/ trailer. Nearly new 2006 60hp Suzuki 4 stroke motor. Downrigging, 2 depth finders, outboard power tilt. Asking $5,500. 906-779-1633

7019 - Campers 1996 Jayco Eagle 314BH Trailer is 31 ft. Sleeps 8. New awning Great shape. Asking $7995. 774-1026 2008 Jayco Jayflight camper. Excellent condition. Sway bars, low miles. $10,500. (906) 221-5246

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7022 - Parts & Accessories ATC Black Fiberglass Truck Topper w/Canoe Rack. Fits newer Silverado Crew Cab. Only used for 2 weeks. Paid $1600 will sell for $1000. Call 906.250.9512

7024 Miscellaneous 2000 Club Cadet tractor with 4’ front snow blower & cab. Model 7205 diesel, 160 hours Hydrostatic. Asking $11,000 obo. 906-396-9670 For Sale: 383 Stroker Race Motor. Low hours. $3000. (906) 221-5246

7024 Miscellaneous 1989 International Bus; 6.9 Diesel, Automatic Too many new parts to list!! 187,000 miles Runs & Drives Great! $3,500 OBO. Call for more details906-282-1044 906-779-9779

7032 Snowmobiles 2000 Indy Touring 500 liquid cooled 2 up hand & thumb warmers cover excellent condition. Asking $1600. Sled bed aluminum 2 place trailer, salt shield. Very good condition. $600. Will sell seperate. Call Scott. 906-239-0362 1991 Polaris Indy 500 rebuilt engine, newer clutch, good shape. Runs great! $825 obo. 906-774-3294

7034 - Heavy Machinery Clark Forklift. 8,000 lb. lift, single mast, Continental 6 cylinder, pneumatic tires, converted to LP gas. $4,500. 906-774-9776 MS/Gasner Iron Mule. Perkins diesel. $8500 obo. 715-856-5729

7038 - Utility Trailers FOR SALE: 2006 United enclosed trailer 18’. $7,000 OBO. Call 906-221-3434.

Legals STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF DICKINSON NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate FILE NO. Decedent’s Trust Estate of Faye E. Dykstra Date of Birth: September 10, 1924 TO ALL CREDITORS: NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent Faye E. Dykstra, who lived at 1820 Mary’s Way, Kingsford, MI 49802, and who died on October 29, 2012, established the Faye E. Dykstra Trust Dated July 9, 1997. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Elaine Divine, current trustee within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice. December 12, 2012 Attorney Suzanne M. Fleury P47895 P.O. Box 743 Iron Mountain, MI 49801 906-774-3759 Co-Trustees Name Elaine Divine P.O. Box 42 Norway, MI 49870 906-774-6136 Pub#015-57 December 15, 2012 STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF DICKINSON NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate FILE NO. D12-165-DE ESTATE OF: TERRY A. PETERSON, DECEASED Date of birth: 9-19-1957 TO ALL CREDITORS: NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, Terry A. Peterson, who lived at 1021 Quinnesec Avenue, Quinnesec, Michigan died 11/13/2012. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Leah Peterson, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at P.O. Box 609, Iron Mountain, MI 49801 and the named/ proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice. Date Dec. 11, 2012 Attorney name Peter Kivisaari Bar no. P25570 702 Norway St., P.O. Box 203 Norway, MI 49870-0203 (906) 563-8100 Personal representative name Leah Peterson W4936 Main Street, P.O. Box 63 Vulcan, MI 49892 (906) 239-2024 Pub#016-24 December 15, 2012

GABRIELLE LUDWIG

Transgender cager keeps head high S A N T A CLARA, Calif. (AP) — The women’s basketball team at Mission College expected the bleachers to be full and the hecklers ready when its newest player made her home court debut. In the days leading up to the game, people had plenty to say about 6-foot-6inch, 220-pound Gabrielle Ludwig, who joined the Lady Saints as a mid-season walkon and became, according to advocates, the first transsexual to play college hoops as both a man and a woman. Coach Corey Cafferata worried the outside noise was getting to his players, particularly the 50-yearold Ludwig. A pair of ESPN radio hosts had laughed at her looks, referring to her as “it.” And online threats and anonymous calls prompted the twoyear college to assign the Navy veteran of Operation Desert Storm a safer parking space next to the gym and two police guards. Last week, Ludwig gathered her 10 teammates at practice and offered to quit. This was their time to shine, she told the group of 18-, 19and 20-year-olds. She didn’t want to be a distraction for the team. The other women said if Ludwig, whom they nicknamed “Big Sexy” and “Princess,” didn’t play, they wouldn’t either. Didn’t she know she was the glue holding the team together? “Then let’s just play basketball,” she replied solemnly, looking each teammate in the eye. A lifelong basketball lover, Ludwig has been helping coach and working out with the Saints since the beginning of the school year, but she only received conference clearance to compete on the last day of November. She took the court as No. 42 the next day, scoring three points on four free throws in about seven minutes of play. Last weekend, during her first home game, she scored eight points in 11 minutes, Facebook friend requests from the opposing team — and not a single heckle. “I got exactly what I always wanted, just to fit in and be normal like everyone else,” Ludwig said.


6-B — The Daily News, Iron Mountain-Kingsford, Michigan Saturday, December 15, 2012

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SPORTS

IM dominates Gladstone First bowling win of season IRON MOUNTAIN — Iron Mountain boys took their first match of the season in dominating fashion, winning 39 out of a possible 40 points to beat Gladstone in the U.P.

High School Bowling Conference. The Mountaineers swept the Baker match with games of 165 and 197. The boys then rolled a 1012 team game, averaging 202 per man. With the match well in hand, coaches Pete Tomassoni and Pete Flaminio

were able to substitute freely. All nine bowlers competed and captured individual points. The team tossed 846 for its second team game and 792 in the third. Al Tomassoni topped the Mountaineer scoring drive with a 675 on games of 215248-213. Following were

Odin Stevens, 588 (214, 213) and Anthony Cazzola, two-game total of 360 (205 game). Zack Black and Forrest Nelson rolled high games of 192 and 186, respectively. The Mountaineers travel to Ishpeming today to take on Escanaba. Match starts at 1:30 p.m. (Central time).

Area bowling standings, statistics Iron County Little League recently completed work on the Senior League Field in Crystal Falls to provide for irrigation of the field. The Northwoods Chapter of Thrivent Financial contributed to the project with a check to cover the cost of the installation of the electrical service necessary to operate the irrigation system. Chris Sholander (left) accepted the check on behalf of the Iron County Little League from James Quayle of the Northwoods Chapter.

Matthews expected back for Packers GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The Green Bay Packers expect to have linebacker Clay Matthews back in the lineup Sunday against the Chicago Bears and coach Mike McCarthy couldn’t be happier about it. “I thought he looked good all week,” McCarthy said Friday after the Packers held their last practice before the game. “I look for Clay to play and make an impact in the game.” Matthews practiced the last three days without incident. The team’s top pass rusher has missed the last four games because of a recurring hamstring injury. “It’s different speed when you’re out there at game speed, but I think he’s had a good week of practice building up, so I’m anxious to see him out there playing,” defensive coordinator Dom Capers said. The first-place Packers (9-4) are looking to clinch a second straight NFC North title by beating the secondplace Bears (8-5). Capers and McCarthy both suggested Matthews could have his playing time limited against Chicago. “Potentially,” McCarthy said. “I think it would be smart to watch his reps. It’s something that we’ve talked about with him personally and just a number of guys coming back (from injuries). This is a very important game, but there’s more left to be played after this game.”

Bears’ Cutler appears ready LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler appears ready to play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. Cutler went through a full practice on Friday despite knee and neck problems and was officially listed as probable. The Bears ruled out receiver Earl Bennett (concussion), cornerback Tim Jennings (shoulder) and Brian Urlacher (hamstring) for the second straight week. Green Bay could be forced to make some more changes on their offensive line. Right guard Josh Sitton had a hip injury flare up and was held out Friday. He is questionable for the game. “After talking with Josh, I’m not real concerned about it,” McCarthy said. Offensive lineman T.J. Lang is probable after missing Green Bay’s last game with an ankle injury. Lang had been moved from left guard to right tackle after Bryan Bulaga suffered a season-ending hip injury last month. But Lang might be returning to his former spot Sunday since the coaches have liked what they have seen from undrafted rookie Don Barclay at right tackle after Lang was injured. Lang is in favor of starting again at left guard.

Basketball champs

An Iron Mountain fourth grade boys basketball team captured the championship in Iron Mountain’s Youth Basketball Tournament. Pictured, front row, from left: Caleb Evosevich-Hynes, Luke Powell, Dante Basanese and Eli Lofholm. Back row: Blake Julian, Joey Dumais, Foster Wonders, Br yce Pietrantonio and Michael Savain. Not pictured are coaches Matt Wonders and Dale Powell.

... Wykons-Gremlins girls (Continued from page 1-B) from there, getting a balanced effort with three girls in double figures. Elisa Jurmu led the way with 18 points, while Kelsie Richards added 11 and Natalie Datto 10. “With these girls, it’s been a challenge in our first three games to get them to have some patience on offense,” Filpus said. “I thought tonight we were more patient and a little more selective in the shots that we took.” “We tried to defend them with a zone and they made seven threes in the game,”

Dallavalle said. “They were more intense than us, ran the floor better.” West Iron won the JV game. West Iron County (1-3, 0-2 West PAC) plays at Kingsford Monday. Houghton 16 8 17 16 — 57 West Iron 8 4 9 4 — 25 Houghton — Alexa Johnson 6, Natalie Datto 10, Ashley Laux 3, Kelsie Richards 11, Elisa Jurmu 18, Sydney Dillinger 7, Jada Riutta 2; FT: 18-24; Fouls: 15; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Johnson 2, Datto 2, Richards 2, Jurmu 1. West Iron County — Sydnie Mazurek 1, Kylee Erickson 9, Emily Christensen 2, Sierra Rasmussen 4, Megan Miatech 9; FT: 5-11; Fouls: 21; Fouled out: Miatech; 3-point field goals: Erickson 2.

Woody’s Saturday Night Mixed League leaders (28, first half champs): Lugnuts 21, Toilet Bowlers 19, Beans & Weenies 16. HTM: 2615 Beans & Weenies. HTG: 917 Just Here For Drinks. HIG men: 228 Mike Turner, 212 Jeff Fredricks, 207 Tom Princing. HIG women: 181 Kim Mastie, 178 Erin Franz, 172 Amy Fabri. HIM men: 598 Tom Princing, 586 Kevin Hanttula HIM women: 500 Kim Mastie, 478 Mary Hanttula, 477 Connie Yates. Men’s Commercial League leaders (16): GH Heating 11, Williams Redi Mix 8.5, SherWood Sign 8. HIG: Thomas Princing 247, Joseph Takala 247, Bob Conibear 241, Steven West 241, Fred Stoor 236, Dan Davison 236, Thomas Lato 235, Joe Vrancic 235, David Sherby 233, Curtis Olexa 225, Robert Miller 224, Bruce McKinnon 220, Keary Beck 216, Donald Conners 211. HIM: Thomas Princing 681, Joe Vrancic 655, David Sherby 632, Thomas Lato 631, Dan Davison 614, Robert Miller 606, Curtis Olexa 603, Fred Stoor 602.

Doug’s Hilltop Tuesday Major Standings: Marcouillers Foods 60, Northern MI Bank 60, Forward Financial CU 55, Steeno’s 54, White House 41. HIM-HIG: Laura Champagne 558/204, Megan Harvath 549/212, Kathy Westrich 546/193. Niagara Sunday Mixed Dec. 9 standings (49): Doug’s Hilltop 33, Pit Stop 26, Schwedersky 24. HIG men: Don Behnke 249, Dan Trulock 218, Mike Mikolajczyk 213. HIM men: Mike Mikolajczyk 609. HIG women: Tracey Dabb 217, Andr e a Ro m it t i 1 9 1 , T r is ha Peterson 184. HIM women: Tracey Dabb 552, Susan Champeau 490, Crystal Branback 474. Niagara Sunday Mixed (Dec. 2) HIG men: Phillip Towns 222, Glen Blosser 215, Dan Peterson 205. HIG women: Sue Mikolajczyk 215, Crystal Branback 207, Cindy Vivio 195. HIM men: Mike Mikolajczyk 574, Phillip Towns 561, Dan Peterson 558. HIM women: Sue Mikolajczyk 559, Crystal Branback 530, Cindy Vivio 482. Ladies Classic League leaders (91): Doug’s Hilltop 61, Audrey’s Ravs 55, Cafe Java 48. HIG: Lil Olson 219, Terri Rose 193, Shannon Brown 180. HIM: Lil Olson 532, Carla Towns 513, Susan Champeau 498.

Recreation IMK Junior Major League leaders (36): Monster Energy 25, Pin Killers 22, Strikers X 20. HIM boys (2 games): Ian

Driscoll 229, Daeton Black 181, Lucas Cavalieri 178. HIM girls: Brooke Fornetti 222, Amber Niemi 216, Amanda Jensen 165. HIG boys: Ian Driscoll 121. HIG girls: Brooke Fornetti 134, Amber Niemi 120. HTM and HTG: Monster Energy 925 and 469. Kingsford Prep League leaders (30): Monstars 20.5, Destroyers 17.5, The Big Boom 17. HIM boys (2 games): Eli Salin 151, Levi Fiorucci 141, Josh Freeman 129. HIM girls: Danielle Pavlat 213, Lizzy Ryan 130, Lexi Jacko 128. HIG boys: Eli Salin 80. HIG girls: Danielle Pavlat 107. Iron Mountain Bumper Buddies HIM boys (2 games): Conlan Cramer 283, Alexander Wilson 264, Caeden Wilcox 263, Shane Kuzmic 256. HIM girls: Amelia Stohl 241, Isabelle Tregillis 208. HIG boys: Conlan Cramer 145. HIG girls: Amelia Stohl 127. Iron Mountain Prep League leaders (21): Bears 17.5, Packers 15, The Wimpy Kids 13. HIM boys (2 games): Zach Spera 221, Gabe Celello 155, Levi Barr 154, Gabe Richtig 149. HIM girls: Zoe Spera 125, Brooke Nelson 92, Kensie St. John 92, Annika Stohl 81. HIG boys: Zach Spera 163. HIG girls: Zoe Spera 63. Businessmen’s League leaders (180): IM Automotive 112.5, Antoine Room 109, Bob’s Beer Buddies 98.5. HTG: Bob’s Beer Buddies 1042. HTM: IM Automotive 2964. HIG: Dave Ford 268, Jeremy Fayas 256, Pam Rostagno 245, John Lewis 244, Kevin Hanson 238, Peter Tomassoni 230, Al Powers 226, Craig Burkman 219, Steve Werlinger 216, Dave Oom 215, Dean Ruhl 215. HIM: Jeremy Fayas 738 (256243-230), Dale Ford 696, Kevin Hanson 675, Craig Burkman 649, Peter Tomassoni 608, Al Powers 604, Pam Rostagno 602. Merchant Industrial League leaders (42): ProTech 28, EK Iron 24, Grailer Welding 223. HTG and HTM: RAS Distributing 1041 and 2867. HIG: Joe Reddinger 258, Dave Senger 237, Pete Tomassoni 236, Bob Corsi 234, Brad Senger 234, Dick Ring 232, Bill Burby 229, Jared Cudnohufsky 222, Justin Fayas 215, Dave Stohl 213, Mark Crockford 212, Pete Flaminio 211, Gene Edlund 211, Steven Jacques 210, Joe Marotz 210. HIM: Joe Reddinger 662, Bill Burby 635, Tom Johnson 608. Friday Senior Citizens

League leaders (98): What’s Thomas 4-5-10, Everett Thomas Left 64, No Pro’s 49. 6-10 & 4-5-7, Jerry Timm 3-6-7HIM men: Mark Stuart 533, 10. Dick Smiecinski 509, Art Pavlat Major League 487. League Leaders: Pete’s Pro HIM women: Shirley Decker S h o p 2 7 , B o b & J e r r y ’ s 2 7 , 463, Ann Gardiner 403, Jerry Robinson’s Tree Farm 26, Shift Pirlot 400. Work 25. HIG men: Dick Smiecinski 188, High Team Game: Recreation Mark Stuart 187, Art Pavlat 176. Lanes 662. HIG women: Jerry Pirlot 186, High Team Series: Recreation Shirley Decker 178, Thelma Lanes 1821. Rodman 151, Ann Gardiner 149. High Individual Game: Shirley HTM and HTG: Hits & Misses Decker 204, Kaye Whaley 188, 2204 and 753. Christine Tedeschi 182, Barbara Friday Night Church Fredericksen 182. Standings (42): We’ve Been High Individual Series: BarFramed 29, Brooklyn Trouts 25, bara Fredericksen 530, Shirley Alley Cats 24. Decker 518, Kaye Whaley 507. HIM men: Chris Kazianka 544, Converted Splits: Stacey Long Phil McAfee 450. 3-10, Julie Trulock 3-10, ChrisHIM women: Brittany Lucas tine Tedeschi 6-7. 459, Abby Moore 381, Patty Kingsford Bumper Buddies Johnson 369. HIM boys (2 games): Austin HIG women: Brittany Lucas Swanson 276, Ethan Schahczins157, Abby Moore 145, Maria ki 250, Gabe Riedl 248, Ezra HilKiszonas 139. yard 237. HIG men: Chris Kazianka 223, HIM girls: Kayte Dishaw 258. Phil McAfee 160. HIG boys: Gabe Riedl 152, HTM and HTG: Alley Cats 1652 A u s t i n S w a n s o n 1 4 6 , E t h a n and 592. Schahczinski 139, Cardel MorMonday Afternoon Ladies ton 137. Team Standings:  Gutter Girls HIG girls: Kayte Dishaw 152. 33, Alley Kats/ForstromHeating Wednesday Senior Citizens 24, K & S Girls 22. League leaders (105): P&M 58, Team Scratch Game: K & S Mountaineers 57. Girls 649. HIM men: Dave Forstom 457. Team Scratch Series:  K & S HIM women: Jerry Pirlot 425, Girls 1866. Dolly Vivio 367. Team Hdcp Game:  Pit Stop HIG men: George Mortl 174, 902. Dave Forstrom 173. Team Hdcp Series:  Pit Stop HIG women: Jerry Pirlot 155, 2531. Dolly Vivio 139, Ann Gardiner Individual S c r a t c h 128. G a m e :    S a n d y W a l k e r 2 0 1 , H T G a n d H T M : 5 o f U s 2 1 3 2 K a r i n L e s s a r d 1 9 7 , S h i r l e y and 737. Decker 193. Converted split: Ben Smithson I n d i v i d u a l S c r a t c h S e r i e s : 4-7-10. Jeanett Jedrzejewski 494, Darcy Callaway 485, Karin Lessard 482. Individual Hdcp Game: Jill Businessmen’s Gerard 254. League leaders (98): Bink’s Individual Hdcp Series:  Caryn Coca Cola 62.5, USA Demolition Warden 700. 56.5. Converted splits: P J Buenger HTG: LaFaive BP 1061. 3 - 6 - 7 - 10, Darcy Callaway  3 HTM: Peterson Electric 2957. -  9 -  1 0 a n d 3 - 1 0 , M e l i s s a HIG: Mike Lieber 235, Dave Lucas  3 - 10, Jenna Ford   5 Skog 221, Jim Peterson 215, - 10,  Betty Colavecchi 3 - 10 John Degenaer 213, Al Trudeau twice, Cheryl Forstrom 3-10, 208, Dante Mendina 204, Scott Karen Salzwedel  2 - 7, Marie VanWolvelaere 203. W e r n e r   3 - 1 0   &     4 -   5 , HIM: Jim Peterson 604, Mike Sandy Walker   3 - 7.                                   Lieber 601. Sunday Mixed Couples Victory Standings: Wolf Pack 32-10, League leaders (98): Music in Oldskool 28-14, Need a Woman Motion 57, Lofholm’s Lumber 24-18, No Shows 22-20, Strike 54. Outs 21-21, T-N-T 19-16, Gotta- HTG and HTM: Lofholm’s 799 gaf 13-29. and 2155. HTG and HTM: Need a Woman HIG: Amy Stanchina 200, Pam 699 and 2051. Meneghini 186, Gee VanWolveHIG men: Russ Hagberg 235, laere 175. Harrold Fischer 212, Ted Gar- HIM: Pam Meneghini 483, Patvaglia 211. ty Blanchette 469, Amy StanchiHIM men: Russ Hagberg 593, na 468. Harrold Fischer 567, Steve Converted splits: Shirley GenJacques 554. dron 5-8-10, Georgeanne VanHIG men handicap: Russ Hag- Wolvelaere 5-7, 5-10; Kathy berg 291. Morrison 6-7, Kelly Hebert 5-7, HIM men handicap: Russ Hag- Sue Mikolajczyk 5-6-10. berg 761. Thursday Women’s Recreational HIG women: Melissa Maki 174, League leaders (56): Benishek Claudia Marx 156, Ruth Hag- & Cecconi 33, Norway Dental berg 141. 29. H I M w o m e n : M e l i s s a M a k i HTG and HTM: Norway Dental 457, Claudia Marx 419, Tina 519 and 1449. Martinson 406. HIG: Lynn Porthouse 192, Amy HIG women handicap: Melissa Dixon 182, Letty Lantagne 180. Maki 236. HIM: Karen Zimmerman 506, HIM women handicap: Vicky Denise DeCremer 498, Lynn Steger 673. Porthouse 493. Converted splits: Barbara

Mike’s on Main

... Flivv girls basketball (Continued from page 1-B) After Marquette built an eight-point lead in the first quarter, the Flivvers were unable to close the gap and trailed by nine at halftime. The deficit could have been worse, as Vitala went to the line to shoot four free throws as a result of a foul and a technical on the Kingsford bench. Benzie was whistled for her fourth foul of the half, and disagreement from Cross on who the foul was on led to the technical. But Vitala made only one of the four attempts. Benzie, despite the foul trouble, played major minutes after halftime, scoring 11 of her 16 and coming up with several steals before finally fouling out late in the game. “Benzie played really hard,” Smith said. “Even with four fouls, she still effected the game tremendously, and did it without fouling. We knew coming in we’d have to try to find an answer for her, try to limit her as best you can.” Benzie closed the third quarter with a fast-break layup and drew a foul. The three-point play helped fuel Kingsford to a 10-2 run into the final frame, bringing Kingsford within five at 3429. But every time Kingsford got close, Marquette responded. Liana Storm hit a triple to end Kingsford’s push, and hit several free throws in the final minutes as Kingsford threatened again late. Storm

scored eight of her 10 in the fourth quarter. Courtney Qualley, scoring 12 for the Flivvers, drove in for lay-up with 1:10 to play to bring Kingsford within six. But again Marquette had an answer at the line. “Defensively, I thought we gave them fits, in the second half especially” Cross said. “We just have to put the ball in the basket. We got big production again from Benzie and Qualley, but we have to have some other kids step up a bit and hit some outside shots.” Coach Smith was pleased with the Redettes performance at the foul line where they went 16-for-25. “We were more confident from the free throw line tonight,” he said. “It’s always tough playing them in here, or at our place. They are always super-well prepared. They have athletes that know what to do.” Marquette improved to 3-2 (2-0 GNC). Marquette took the jayvee contest 57-46, while Kingsford earned a 39-30 victory in the frosh game. Kingsford (4-2, 1-1) hosts West Iron County Monday. Marquette 12 12 8 Kingsford 4 11 9

16 — 48 17 — 41

MARQUETTE: Vitala 19, Storm 10, Seibert 5, L. Kurin 4, Iwanski 4, E. Kurin 3, Huebner 3. FT: 16-25. F: 14. KINGSFORD: Benzie 16, Qualley 12, Bianco 4, Tresedder 3, Fleming 2, Larson 2, Smith 2. FT: 12-20. F: 22. FO: Benzie, Fleming. FG shooting — M: 14-42 (3-pt: 4-14); K: 14-58 (3-pt: 1-10). 3-pt FGs — M: Vitala, Storm, E. Kurin, Huebner; K: Bianco. Rebounding — M: 34 (E. Kurin 7); K: 45 (Qualley 8).

This is a puzzle titled with a theme. Find the listed words in the grid. They may run in any direction, but they always run in a straight line. Some letters may be used more than once when words intersect. Mark off each word as you find it, and when you have completed the list, there will be a number of letters left spare. Arrange these to spell out a descriptive phrase related to the theme.


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Iron Mountain’s state championship coach concerned with complacency ScuttleBu(r)t ... Iron Mountain’s John Novara has coached Portland High School to 90 victories in 14 seasons including Michigan’s 2012 Division 5 state title. So what happens down the road? “In my mind right now I’m thinking we don’t want to get complacent,” Novara told the Lansing State Journal. “They always say once you get there, that’s the easy part, staying there is the

FIRST BAPTIST, 1301 Frank Pipp DriveÐSunday School 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Preaching Service 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 p.m. FIRST COVENANT CHURCH, 125 East H St. Ð Sunday 8:15 and 10:30 a.m., Sunday School for all ages 9:30 a.m. Youth Group 6:00 Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 Barrier free entrance. NORTHERN LIGHT CHRISTIAN CHURCH (full gospel) Corner of Pine Mountain Road and U.S. 2 Ð 9:00 a.m. Pre Service Prayer; 10:00 a.m. Sunday Service SS MARY AND JOSEPH (Catholic) 414 Prospect Ave. Ð Sat. 5:15 p.m.; Sun. 8 and 10 a.m. FIRST EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1210 S. Stephenson Ave. Ð Worship- Thursday 6:00 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. June, July & August MOUNT OLIVE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN, corner of H and Stockbridge Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. Bible Class & Sunday School 10:15 a.m., Wednesday Worship 6:30 p.m. TRINITY UNITED METHODIST, 808 Carpenter Ave. Ð Sunday Worship 9:15 am No Sunday School; Nursery available for Sunday School & 10:30 am Service. Rev. Paul Mallory, Pastor FIRST UNITED METHODIST, 108 4th St. Ð Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Rev. Walter Reichle ST. MARYÕS ORTHODOX, 311 West D St. Ð 5:30 p.m. Sat. Vespers, Divine Liturgy 10:00 a.m., Matins 9:00 a.m. Sunday IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH, 506 BlaineÐ Saturday 4 p.m.; Sunday 9 and 11 a.m. HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 221 West B St. Ð Sunday Service 9 a.m., MESSIAH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, 724 River Ave. Ð ÊSunday Worship 10:45 a.m., ChildrenÕs Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Midweek Worship 6 p.m. NEW HOPE CHURCH (Church of God). 614 S. Carpenter. ÐÊSun. Morning Worship Service 10 a.m.; Sun. School 9 a.m. 1st Monday of each month Prayer Service: 6:308:00 pm, Tuesday Bible Study 7:00 pm OUR SAVIOURÕS LUTHERAN CHURCH, Corner of Kimberly & H: Reverend Lee Liverance; Reverend Lori Liverance Sat. 5:00 p.m., Sun. Service 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. - Fellowship Hour at 9:30 a.m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, N3770 Pine Mtn. Road Ð Song Service 9:50 a.m., Adult & ChildrenÕs Sabbath School 10:00 a.m., Worship Service 11:15 a.m. CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH 617 S. Stephenson Ave. Rev. Steve Petry. Sunday Worship 9:45 am. Nursery provided. Call 779-9055 for information. SALVATION ARMY, The Bread of Life Center - 212 Woodward Ave.

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hard part. “So we’ll talk to the kids after we relish this win a little and talk to the kids about what got us here and continue those things and maybe add to it a little bit.”

AMERICAN MARTYRS (Catholic) 908 W. Sagola Ð Saturday 4:15 p.m.; Sunday 8 and 10:15 a.m. REDEMPTION HILL, 332 S. Carpenter Ð Worship Service - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - 10:30 a.m. Barrier Free Access Pastor Alex Tunnicliff & Pastor Ron Wolfe ST. MARY QUEEN OF PEACE (Catholic) 432 Edsel st. Ð Saturday 4:30 p.m.; Sunday 8 and 10 a.m. Handicap Accessible Air Conditioning. BALSAM STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 324 Balsam St. Ð Sunday School for all ages 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.; Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Pastor Larry Neargarth774-9422OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN, 420 W. Breitung Ð Sunday Worship Services: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study - Sunday 10:00 a.m. Pastor Thomas Mackey FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 395 Hamilton Ave. Ð Sunday Worship Service; 9:00 a.m. No Sunday School. Nursery provided. Free Community Meal every Monday-5:00-5:30 p.m. ACTS 2:38 APOSTOLIC ASSEMBLY, 184 Pyle Drive North Ð 8:00 a.m. Daily Bible Study MARANATHA ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 920 S. Carpenter Ð Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH, 1295 Pyle Dr. Sunday School9:30 a.m.; Worship-10:30 a.m.; Afternoon Worship-1:30 p.m.; Discovery Bible Club-7:00 p.m. Wed. ABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH, 610 Carpenter Ave. (Inside the Birchwood Mall) Worship Service - Sunday:10:00 a.m.; Wednesday: 6:00 p.m. Potluck each time we meet. Nursery & transportation are available.

GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH -815 Iron St.: Norway 906-563-1366 Sunday worship - 10:30 a.m. Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Pastor Michael J. Langlais FOUNTAIN OF LIVING WATERS PENTECOSTAL HOME CHURCH, N2028 Curry Rd. Norway. Sunday at 10:00 a.m. For more information call: 563-9848 Pastor Ellen Gendron BETHANY LUTHERAN (ELCA), 130 Odill Drive-Norway Holy Communion WorshipSunday 8:45 a.m.; Sunday School All Ages-10:00 a.m.; Ladies Bible Study- 4th Monday-6:00 p.m.; MenÕs Breakfast/Study-Thursday6:30 a.m. Pastor Kate Schruba, 563-8472. www.norwaybethany.org GRACE UNITED METHODIST, 130 Odill Drive-Norway Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.; Sunday School All Ages: 10:00 a.m. Fellowship Refreshment 10:0010:15a.m. Rev. Irene White (906) 563-8917 www.gbgm-umc.org/norwaygrace ST. MARYÕS (Catholic), 401 Main Ð Saturday 4 p.m. Evening Mass; Sunday 10:00 a.m. Father Timothy Ekaitis FIRST PENTECOSTAL, 729 Norway St. Ð Sunday 1:30 p.m.; CHURCH OF CHRIST 405 N. Balsam St. Bible Study- Wednesday p.m. FIRST BAPTIST, 421 Iron St. 2:00; Worship; Sunday-3:00 Norway Ð Early Worship 8:30 Thursday, 6:00. Minister Dave a.m.; Fellowship Time 9:30; Grant Host of Let The Bible Speak Sunday School Pre-K thru Adult WLUC TV6. 10:00 am; Late Worship 11:00 Call for info-779-9477 a.m.; Wed. night 6:00 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST AWANA. Pastor Andy Filizetti OF LATTER DAY SAINTS, 2001 563-5500 Woodward Ave. Ð Sunday 9 a.m NORWAY BAPTIST, 721 FAMILY BAPTIST CHURCH, Norway St. Norway, MI Sunday Breitung Ave .Sun. school 9:30 School 10:00 a.m.; Sunday a.m., Worship Services 10:45 a.m., Worship Service 11:00 a.m.; Wednesday Night Service 6:30 5 p.m. Wed., 6:30 p.m. Bible Study Prayer & ChildrenÕs Club. p.m. Pastor Brent Belford

Portland (13-1), a school near Lansing with 10 straight winning seasons, held off West Catholic 12-9 for the state title. Novara played Mountaineer varsity football under Coach Tom Wender. Rick Olds and Charlie Novara, John’s dad, tutored him at the jayvee ranks. During this season’s state playoffs, Portland ran one of Brick’s plays, a “quick X pass,” for points ... “1641 Parkview” can

relax during the 2013 college football season. Veteran Lansing journalist Tim Staudt thinks Michigan State “can just about fall out of bed next fall and be 7-1 after eight games.” Staudt, writing in the Lansing State Journal, figures a record “absolutely no worse than 8-4 and with some decent improvement, better than that.” ... Iron Mountain’s Julie (Greenleaf) Siegler helped

out at the Big Ten Championship football game in Indianapolis. Julie, who also assisted with last year’s Super Bowl, was in charge of Nebraska’s band and cheer at Lucas Oil Stadium. Wisconsin routed the Cornhuskers to reach the Rose Bowl. “Kids were gloomy by the end of the night but they had a good time,” said Julie, a regular when it comes to promoting Indianapolis sporting events ...

UW-Marinette men’s basketball coach George Hayes, looking to keep his team academically eligible, sends the Buccaneers to the library two nights a week for 90 minutes. “The biggest question is always will we be able to keep everybody for the full year,” said Hayes, whose roster shows players from China, Chicago, Milwaukee and other locations ... (bangeli@ironmountaindailynews.com)

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8-B — The Daily News, Iron Mountain-Kingsford, Michigan Saturday, December 15, 2012

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Champ credits Crystal Falls ‘Strongman’ Dana Skytta cites Jim Butler for a ‘new life’ By BURT ANGELI Sports Writer IRON MOUNTAIN — The lightweight champion in the North American Strongman Nationals credits one of the U.P. Strongman organizers for his success. Dana Skytta of Republic captured the national amateur title in Tunica, Miss., after placing ninth the previous year. Jim Butler, Bill Santilli and Lee Nylund direct the annual U.P. Strongman at Runkle Lake Park in Crystal Falls. Skytta placed third in the 2009 U.P. Strongman, middleweight; first in 2010, lightweight; second in 2011, heavyweight, and first in 2012, heavyweight. “Jim Butler loaned me his equipment and gave me a new life as a strongman

REPUBLIC-MICHIGAMME High School grad Dana Skytta captured the North American Strongman Nationals. putting on the U.P. Strongman in Crystals Falls,” Skytta said. In the under-200 pounds division, Skytta competed in seven events over two days:

Tigers, Sanchez agree on contract Source reports 5 years, $80 million DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Tigers have made another major move to help their quest to win a World Series for the first time since 1984. Right-handed pitcher Anibal Sanchez agreed to an $80 million, five-year contract with the Tigers, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press on Friday. The person, speaking on condition of anonymity because the agreement hasn’t been finalized, said Sanchez is scheduled for a physical Monday. Sanchez was a part of Detroit’s four-man rotation that led the franchise to World Series this year. He had a 1.77 ERA in 20 1-3 innings over three postseason starts, but was 1-2 because Detroit was shut out in each of his losses. “He was big for us in the playoffs, I just wish we scored a couple more runs for him and for our team,” Tigers catcher Alex Avila said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. “He’s a big-time pitcher.” The Tigers acquired the 28-year-old Venezuelan in July from Miami along with second baseman Omar Infante for right-hander Jacob Turner and two minor leaguers. As a free agent he

also was pursued by the Chicago Cubs. Sanchez got off to a shaky start ANIBAL with the SANCHEZ Tigers, but improved toward the end of the regular season and finished 4-6 with a 3.74 ERA for Detroit. He is 48-51 with a 3.75 ERA since making his major league debut with the Marlins in 2006. Justin Verlander leads Detroit’s rotation, which also includes Max Scherzer, Doug Fister and Sanchez. The Tigers pitched well in the playoffs, but their bats let the team down when San Francisco swept them in the World Series. Detroit was shut out twice, scored just three runs in the two other games and had the thirdlowest batting average in Series history at .159. Detroit addressed a need last month by signing outfielder Torii Hunter to a $26 million, two-year deal and this week, the franchise made sure it didn’t have to find another starting pitcher. “It’s definitely big for us to know Sanchez is coming back,” Avila said. “He makes us better and makes our rotation really deep.”

Yankees hit with luxury tax fine NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees have been hit with an $18.9 million luxury tax by Major League Baseball, the 10th consecutive year they will pay a penalty for their spending. The Yankees finished with a $222.5 million payroll for purposes of the tax, according to figures sent to teams Thursday and obtained by The Associated

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250-pound axle clean and press — “I’ve been training this event hard,” Skytta said. “I knew I was good at it but I wanted a shot at the national record of

nine reps.” He settled for seven. 760-pound yoke carry to 600-pound frame carry — “I was confident and attacked the yoke passively and then aggressively,” said Skytta, winning the event in a “mind blowing” 23 seconds after a top practice time of 38 seconds. 350-pound Husafeldt stone carry for distance — Despite not training for this event, Skytta went over 300 feet and prevailed for the second straight year. “I don’t own the implement and using other things that weigh that much like a sand bag just don’t cut it for me,” he said. 330-pound Atlas stone over 54-inch bar — Skytta, second overall entering this event, made one rep but missed two to finish third. 175-pound circus dumb bell — “This event was the one I focused on more than any other,” Skytta said. “I had very little experience

with this apparatus.” A tip from a competitor helped Skytta with one successful attempt. 600 to 700-pound car deadlift — Skytta lost the lead to Chase Karnes after this event where organizers changed the height and added 100 pounds to the car. Skytta backs out after feeling pain on two attempts. Strongman Fitness Suicide Medley (carry 230pound sand bag, 230pound keg, 360-pound duck walk and drag a 600pound sled 50 feet for time) — “This was the event I was most excited for,” Skytta said. “I could show off my speed because I knew I was the fastest man there and also show my endurance and agility. Typically, the guys I compete against are shorter, wider and thicker than me. After the medley I collapsed and didn’t move much for five to 10 minutes. ”

Skytta or Karnes would be announced as the winner at the banquet. “All I knew was I gave it everything I had and left everything I worked for on the field that day,” he said. At the banquet, Skytta’s “guts danced around in his body” until he was named the champion. “I’ll never in my life forget this overwhelming feeling of accomplishment,” Skytta said. Skytta credited many people including his parents, Dennis and Carla Skytta. “This national championship is for the people who have helped me pave the way for my success,” he said. Skytta was a track & field standout at Republic Michigamme High School and Lake Superior State University. In addition to Crystal Falls, Skytta has also won “Strongman” honors at Alpena, Detroit , Flint and Mount Pleasant.


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Saturday, January 19, 2013 

North Dickinson upends Norway By ron deUTer Sports editor FELCH — North Dickinson is finally a winner. Behind double-doubles from Elizabeth Charlevoix and Miranda Jacobson, the Nordics claimed their first win of the season with a 5955 non-conference decision over Norway Friday night at Carl F. Lemin Gymnasium. “The kids really came on,” North Dickinson head coach Mike Roell said. “It was a great team effort. They handled the pressure well enough to win. There was great passing throughout the game, and everybody contributed down the stretch.” Charlevoix poured in 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds, following up a 15-point effort against Forest Park earlier in the week. Jacobson added 14 points with a game-high 15 rebounds. “Charlevoix really had a big first quarter to keep us in the game,” Roell said. “She had a great night. And Jacobson was strong on the boards.”

Girls BasketBall — Charlevoix, Jacobson key first victory Lexi Steele was a third Nordic to reach double figures, scoring 10 points. She busted a 44-44 tie early in the fourth quarter with a 3pointer that put North Dickinson in front for good. Norway, with Bailey Grayvold scoring 26 points, couldn’t get any closer than a bucket after Steele’s triple. Every time Norway threatened to tie, the Nordics found an answer. It was a one-score game heading into the final minute when Charlevoix gave the Nordics a little breathing room by putting in a tough, off-balance lay-up. Rachel Conery, scoring 12 for the Knights, quickly answered with a jumper. But with time winding down, the Knights were forced to foul

on the next North Dickinson possession. Jacobson found herself at the line with a chance to make it a four-point game again. She missed both but recovered her own shot and quickly put it back in for two with about 30 seconds to play. Steele added another clutch free throw for the Nordics in the final seconds, and Norway simply couldn’t hit on its end, despite several attempts during their last couple of possessions. “Our defense has definitely been getting better,” Roell said. “I’ve been noticing in practice we’ve been getting better, seems like we’re taking it more serious.” Norway led by a basket after one quarter and looked to be headed to the halftime locker room with an even bigger lead. But the Nordics got a couple of big unanswered treys by Chelsey Stroud and Jacobson to knot the game 25-25 at the break. As the third quarter progressed it became clear Norway was not going to be

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NORTH DICKINSON’S Elizabeth Charlevoix drains a first-quarter shot Friday while being defended by Norway’s Leah Mattson (left) and Heather Evosevich at Carl F. Lemin Gymnasium. Charlevoix finished with a double-double of 17 points and 10 rebounds in the Nordics’ first victory of the season, 59-55. able to shake the Nordics. Jacobson and Steele both converted difficult layups with free throws late in the frame, Steele’s 3-point play

put the Nordics up 40-38. An inside basket by Marissa Jauquet in the final half minute allowed North Dickinson to head into the fourth

with the lead. Baskets by Grayvold and Leah Mattson early in the fourth brought Norway (Continued on page 6-B)

Patriots move past Bobcats

Forest Park survives scare

Big fourth quarter

North Central falls short, 46-44

FLORENCE, Wis. — Goodman-Pembine outscored Florence 16-4 in the fourth quarter and rolled to a 44-27 Northern Lakes Conference girls basketball decision Friday. Rachel Stankevich scored 16 points and Courtney Goyak added 15 for Coach Dennis Bilski’s Patriots. Florence trailed 28-23 entering the fourth quarter. “We handled pressure pretty well for three quarters,” Bobcats coach Amy Johnson. “But in the fourth quarter we made some poor decisions.” The shorthanded Bobcats also felt the effects of the flu, a player out with a concussion and another injury Friday. “My girls ran out of gas a little bit with the things they’re dealing with,” Johnson said. “But they (Patriots)

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GOODMAN-PEMBINE’S Courtney Goyak (44) and Marissa Moloney (4) battle Florence’s Lauren Joerns and Kasey Roff (12) for the ball in Friday’s Northern Lakes Conference basketball game. played well and the post players had some nice offensive rebounds.” Aly Young’s seven points led Florence. The Patriots (10-3 overall, 6-2 NL) face Elcho in

Pembine on Tuesday. The Bobcats (1-10, 1-7) visit Laona on Thursday. Goodman-Pembine defeated Florence 25-15 in the junior varsity game. Good-Pem 7 15 6 16 — 44

Florence 7 10 6 4 — 27 GOODMAN-PEMBINE: Moloney 4, Seidel 4, Stankevich 16, Parr 5, Courtney Goyak 15. FT: 12-25. F: 10. FLORENCE: Glime 4, Soderberg 2, Young 7, Joerns 3, Dumke 4, Seibold 2, Doll 5. FT: 7-14. F: 18. 3-point FG: none.

POWERS — Forest Park fell behind early but rallied for a 46-44 win over North Central in Skyline Conference girls basketball Friday. “It was a battle. We’re very happy to have a win,” said Forest Park coach Jeff Syrjanen, his Trojans improving to 12-0 overall and 8-0 in the conference. “It’s a tough place to play.” Lexi Gussert led Forest Park with 33 points, seven rebounds, four steals and four blocked shots. Morgan Wells paced the Jets with 15 points and Baylee Wells added 11. North Central, solving the Trojans’ trapping defense, took a 19-10 lead after the first quarter. Forest Park switched to a full-court press and zone defense and pulled to within 25-24 by halftime, lifted by Gussert’s half-court bomb at

the buzzer. A turning point came mid-way through the second half as the Trojans sank three free throws after a technical foul to gain a fivepoint cushion that held nearly to the end. The final margin was the closest of the fourth quarter, as the Jets went to the free throw line with 0.3 seconds remaining and trailing by four. “North Central is a good team,” Syrjanen said. “They played very hard.” Forest Park shot just 16 of 53 from the floor (30 percent), but did connect on eight of 20 three-pointers — six of them by Gussert. Kendra Campbell contributed four points and four steals and Samantha Nylund had five rebounds. “It was intense,” said Jets coach Nikki Laurila. “People actually commented to (Continued on page 2-B)

WIC girls bow to Gremlins Waara triggers WIC boys By Brandon Veale For The daily news HOUGHTON — Their exams behind them, the Houghton girls ran off their nervous energy by running the floor and running away from West Iron County 6442 in WestPAC play Friday. “I thought we ran the floor. We’d still like to see our ‘1’ (point guard) catch an inbounds pass and accelerate even more. The wings got out wide, Elisa (Jurmu)

got down the floor and I thought that created some good opportunities for us,” Houghton coach Julie Filpus said. The Gremlins (10-1, 3-1 WestPAC) applied consistent pressure, starting on a 10-2 run and never trailing. Alexa Johnson hit a pair of first-quarter threes and pumped in 11 points off the bench, all in the first half. “Her 11 in the first half gave us a big boost, and

again, we can look at our stat sheet and say we had very good balance tonight,” Filpus said. It wasn’t quite as good balance as Tuesday, when the Gremlins came within a point of putting all five starters in double figures, but they did have three at 10 or above, including a teamhigh 18 from Elisa Jurmu and 10 more from Kelsie Richards. (Continued on page 2-B)

Nets 22 in 2nd half L’ANSE — West Iron County, down by seven points to start the fourth quarter, rallied past L’Anse 63-58 in a West PAC boys basketball barn burner Friday. Coach Dan Schive’s Wykons, who trailed by 15 points in the second quarter, roared back behind Austin Waara’s 22 second-half points.

In the fourth period, West Iron went on a 9-1 run to erase the Hornets’ lead. L’Anse tied the score with 2:22 remaining but a Waara basket put West Iron in front. Adam Newby and Brock Hopkins followed with free throws. “There was still a hangover from last night,” said Schive, referring to Forest Park thumping the Wykons on Thursday. “We didn’t get into any rhythm until the

second half. “Everybody contributed tonight, everybody helped.” West Iron checked L’Anse to one fourth-quarter field goal. The Wykons converted 16 of 19 free throws in the game and 10 of 12 in the final period. Waara led the Wykons with 25 points. Newby chipped in 12 while Tyler Stafford and Hopkins had nine each. (Continued on page 2-B)

Remembering a U.P. Sports Hall of Fame sports promoter CRYSTAL FALLS — The community of Crystal Falls mourns the loss of a U.P. sports promoter and well-known businessman, Malcolm McNeil, who passed away on Jan. 6. The name, “McNeil Oilers,” on basketball jerseys, softball uniforms and bowling shirts has been coupled with sports success spanning over 75 years. Malcolm’s father, Henry, started the McNeil Oilers in the 1930s, financially backed by the McNeil Mobil Service station formerly at the junction of U.S. 2 and 141 in Crystal Falls.

In the ’50s, Malcolm originated the Crystal Falls Legionnaires independent basketball team after he returned home from service in the U.S. Army stationed in Korea. From that time forward, he was the owner-operator of the McNeil Mobil gas station and the motivating force behind decades of McNeil Oilers teams, as well as the Eastside All-Stars, West Iron County McNeil Oilers and the popular “Buzzy Bandits” coached by Buzzy Galbraith. Besides hosting the best teams in the U.P. and launching the highly suc-

Malcolm McNeil ‘man of generosity, integrity, sincerity’ Forest Park High School athletic director dwaine (dobie) anderson was asked to offer his thoughts on Malcolm Mcneil:

MALCOLM McNEIL cessful Tournament of Champions held each year (Continued on page 6-B)

“I first became associated with Malcolm as his Sunday morning Milwaukee Sentinel delivery boy back in the mid 60’s. Upon my graduation from high school, he asked me if I would like to work at his gas station, McNeil’s Mobil. I worked there through my four years of college and then for 11 more years after that (15 years total).

I also began playing basketball for the Oilers in 1969 and continued to play well into the 80’s. So between Malcolm being my boss, and also playing for the Oilers, we had a long, a very friendly relationship throughout the years. The thing that stands out most to me about Malcolm was the way he treated other people. He was a man of generosity, integr ity and m o s t o f a l l , s i n c e r i t y. He treated everyone as family. He was fun to be around, especially if he hit you with one of his famous “Mac Back

Slaps.” If you were his employee or played on one of his many teams, he wanted everyone to mesh together, respect each other, and have fun. Malcom was a very successful business man and sponsor because of his tremendous work ethic and his love and respect for other p e o p l e . H e g a v e m a n y, many people the opportunity to continue playing basketball, softball and bowling. “He created tons of memo r i e s fo r a l l o f u s t o t a l k about for years to come. He was a GREAT!! man. We will all miss him.”


2-B — The Daily News, Iron Mountain-Kingsford, Michigan Saturday, January 19, 2013

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In brief Manti Te’o: ‘Not involved’ NEW YORK (AP) — ESPN says Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o maintains he was never involved in creating the dead girlfriend hoax. He said in an off-camera interview Friday night: “When they hear the facts they’ll know. They’ll know there is no way I could be a part of this.” The comments were Te’o’s first public remarks since Deadspin.com reportBrandon Veale/Daily Mining Gazette Photo ed that his girlfriend not HOUGHTON’S ALEXA JOHNSON pursues West Iron only didn’t die but, in fact, County’s Sydnie Mazurek as she brings the ball never existed. down the floor in the first half of Friday’s WestPAC game at Houghton. The Gremlins won 64-42.

College hockey: Tech in shutout

HOUGHTON (AP) — Michigan Tech freshman goalie Pheonix Copley made 25 saves Friday as the Huskies shut out Bemidji State 4-0 in the Western Collegiate Hockey League. ... Wisconsin goalie Josh Rumpel made 26 saves as the Badgers shut out Miami (Ohio) 1-0 to extend their men’s college hockey winning streak to seven straight games. ... Northern Michigan continued its 2013 unbeaten streak with a 4-2 victory over Ohio State. NMU is 30-1 in 2013.

Bowling: Black bows IRON MOUNTAIN — Iron Mountain Black girls dropped two U.P. High School Bowling Conference matches to Escanaba A and Westwood. In the first match, Yana Stevens took two points (168, 178) and Courtney Rietveld had one (134 game). Emily Maule added games of 135, 133. In the second match, Mackenzie Beam (127, 141) and Breann Brown (122, 126 games) each registered two points; Stevens, one (151) and Rietveld, one.

Finlandia: New league HANCOCK — Finlandia University has been accepted into the Great South Athletic Conference (GSAC). The Lions non-affiliated women’s sports teams will join the GSAC in 2013-14, with the current 2013 softball team obtaining immediate entrance.

Badgers: Booster meeting NIAGARA, Wis. — Niagara Athletic Booster Club will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Any questions, contact Lisa Anderson at 715-2511826.

Ski jumping: Kiwanis meeting IRON MOUNTAIN — Kiwanis Ski Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the clubhouse.

College football: Manziel speeding

... WIC-Houghton girls (Continued from page 1-B “What opened things up for us is hitting some threes. Between that and attacking the rim aggressively, I think that helped propel us above 60,” Filpus said. West Iron got within two on the first possession of the second quarter, but the Gremlins came right back down the floor and hit Natalie Datto for a triple within seconds. That shot started a 17-4 run that essentially put the game away. Houghton got points from five players in the spurt, while all West Iron had to show for the stretch was two pairs of free throws from Emilie Christenen. Christensen, who posted a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds, was a bright spot for coach Mike Dallavalle’s Wykons. Despite the outcome, Dallavalle said it felt a little more competitive than the teams’ first meeting, a 5725 Houghton win in Iron River Dec. 14. “I did not feel like this was a 22-point loss,” Dallavalle said. “We didn’t always have a good end result, but at least we went to the rim.” One bright spot was rebounding, where West

Iron had a narrow advantage. “That’s all well and good, but we need to finish. If we get offensive rebounds we need to get to the freethrow line or finish down low,” Dallavalle said. West Iron’s main backcourt threat, Kylee Erickson, drew a tough assignment in 5-foot-10 freshman guard Sydney Dillinger. Erickson had just two triples but did post a game-best 19 points. “By putting Dillinger on Erickson, just with the height and wingspan, we thought it disrupted her. She did have a three that was probably seven feet behind the arc. I guess we probably have to respect that. I think she played a pretty good game offensively,” Filpus said. Houghton 15 17 12 20 —  64 West Iron 11 9 7 15 — 42 Houghton — Elisa Jurmu 18, Alexa Johnson 11, Kelsie Richards 10, Blaire Zenner 8, Sydney Dillinger 5, Natalie Datto 5, Ashley Laux 4, Noelle Polakowski 3; FT: 9-16; Fouls: 17; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Johnson 3, Polakowski 1, Datto 1. W e s t I r o n C o u n t y —  K y l e e Erickson 19, Emilie Christensen 13, Sierra Rasmussen 4, Alexis Golfis 2, Cassilyn Pellizzer 2, Megan Miatech 1, Sydnie Mazurek 1; FT: 16-22; Fouls: 14; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Erickson 2.

... WIC-L’Anse boys (Continued from page 1-B) James Veker scored 30 points to pace L’Anse (3-5, 0-4). “We played very well for three quarters and in the fourth quarter we did a poor job of executing on offense and Waara got very hot in the second half,” L’Anse coach Mike Ostermeyer said. “I thought we panicked and we didn’t execute. We didn’t get (James) Veker touches late in the game.” Veker played in just his second game back from an ankle injury. “He was getting inside. He posted up very well and for the most part, our guards got

him the ball in spots where he could score,” Ostermeyer said. West Iron (7-3 overall, 31 West PAC) hosts Hancock on Tuesday. L’Anse won the junior varsity game. West Iron L’Anse

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W e s t I r o n C o u n t y —  A u s t i n Waara 25, Adam Newby 12, Brock Hopkins 9, Tyler Stafford 9, Alex Ralston 4, Andy Ridolphi 3, Joe Pisoni 1; FT: 16-19; Fouls: 19; Fouled out: none; 3point field goals: Waara 3. L ’ A n s e —  J a m e s V e k e r 3 0 , Daniel Perrow 11, Jacob Ostermeyer 6, Keith Denomie 4, Joey Hansen 3, Jonny Magaraggia 2, Chris Johnson 2; FT: 12-14; Fouls: 17; Fouled out: Hansen, Perrow; 3-point field goals: Perrow 2, Veker 2.

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel recently got a speeding ticket near Dallas and a local judge IRON MOUNTAIN — t h o u g h t i t n e w s w o r t h y Kingsford and Detroit Jesuits enough to post something will meet at 1 p.m. Sunday at on Facebook. Mountain View Arena.

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M&O boys hoops LENA, Wis. — Niagara scored 28 points in the second quarter and breezed past Lena 65-35 in M & O Conference boys basketball Friday. The Badgers were led by Jordan Zawada with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Three others reached double figures: Zach Walker, 14, and Joey Swanson and Colin Anderson, 11 apiece. “It was a good team effort, good balanced scoring,” said Niagara coach Jim Hoogland. Leading 14-10 after the first quarter, the Badgers switched to multiple defenses and grabbed a 42-16 advantage by halftime. “We got our running game going and kind of overmatched them,” Hoogland said. Niagara (10-5, 7-3) travels to Crivitz for a conference game Tuesday. The Badgers also won the jayvee game. Niagara 14 28 15 8 — 65 Lena 10 6 6 13 — 35 NIAGARA: Walker 14, Swanson 11, Liebergen 3, Anderson 11, Zychowski 6, Oratch 2, Zawada 18. FT: 14-16. F: 18. LENA: Marquardt 10, Jagiello 2, O’Harrow 7, Heimke 14, Haney 2. FT: 10-16. F: 12. 3-point FG: Walker 2, Zawada, Marquardt 2, Heimke 3. FG shooting: Niagara, 24-53; Lena, 10-48. Rebounds: Niagara 41 (Zawada 11, Anderson 7) Lena 19.

MSU defense out for OSU COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Michigan State coach Tom Izzo knows that to stop Deshaun Thomas is the surest way to stop No. 11 Ohio State. “Thomas is shooting the lights out. He’s been really effective,” Izzo said during preparations for his 18thranked Spartans’ home game against the Buckeyes tonight (5 p.m. ESPN). “We’ve got to contain Thomas.” The 6-foot-7 junior leads the Big Ten in scoring (by more than two full points) at 20.3 points a game. He hasn’t been held below 14 points all season, and he’s been between 16 and 24 points in each of his last 10 games. “I’m a mismatch nightmare out there,” he said Friday. “They go small, I can post them up. If they go big, I can go around them or pick and pop. It’s sort of a challenge.”

Bulls beat Celtics in OT

BOSTON (AP) — Marco Belinelli made a gamewinning jumper with 3.1 seconds left, Jimmy Butler scored six points in overtime and the Chicago Bulls extended their Friday night road show by beating the The Trojans host Iron Boston Celtics 100-99. Carlos Boozer had 19 Mountain in a non-conferpoints and 20 rebounds, ence game Monday. and Joakim Noah added 14 Forest Pk 10 14 8 14 — 46 points and 13 boards as the North Cent 19 6 6 13 — 44 FP: Hendrickson 3, Campbell 4, B u l l s w o n t h e i r 1 4 t h Gussert 33, Robarge 3, Isaacson straight road game on a Fri3. FT: 6-11. F: 16. NC: M. Wells 15, B. Wells 11, day. They haven’t lost since D a r c y R o c h o n 8 , L a B o n t e 3 , April 2011. Dana Rochon 7. FT: 8-17. F: 13. Rajon Rondo scored a 3-point FG: Hendrickson, G u s s e r t 6 , R o b a r g e , D a r c y season-high 30 points for Rochon 2. Boston before fouling out FG shooting: FP: 16-53; NC, 17with 1:16 to play in overtime. 56.

... Forest Park-North Central (Continued from page 1-B) me that it was one of the most intense girls games they’d been to in a while. It was a very loud atmosphere. It was a hard-fought battle for Forest Park, and I don’t know that anyone played them that tough this year. I’m very proud of my girls.” The Forest Park jayvees won, 35-22, also staying undefeated.

Badgers Scoreboard Boys basketball whip Wildcats Transactions Friday’s results Ironwood 61, South Shore, Wis. 34 Rudyard 61, Rogers City 33 Sault Area 67, Newberry 42 West Iron County 63, L’Anse 58 Niagara 65, Lena 35 Suring 70, Coleman 30 Monday, Jan. 21 Florence at Goodman-Pembine (Goodman)

Girls basketball Friday’s results Baraga 46, Painesdale Jeffers 41 Bark River-Harris 58, Ewen-Trout Creek 45 Forest Park 46, North Central 44 DeTour 46, Brimley 42 Hancock 46, Chassell 29 Houghton 64, West Iron County 42 North Dickinson 59, Norway 55 L’Anse 66, Dollar Bay 42 Ontonagon 54, Lake LindenHubbell 49 Pickford 54, Cedarville 31 St. Ignace 62, Cheboygan 24 Wakefield-Marenisco 76, Butternut, Wis. 34 Goodman/Pembine 44, Florence 27 Laona 38, Phelps 35 Wabeno 58, Three Lakes 29 Monday, Jan. 21 North Dickinson at Kingsford West Iron County at Norway Iron Mountain at Forest Park Carney-Nadeau at North Central

Prep hockey Sunday, Jan. 20 Detroit Jesuits at Kingsford, 1 p.m.

Pro basketball National Basketball Association All Times EST Friday’s Games Chicago 100, Boston 99, OT Philadelphia 108, Toronto 101, OT Indiana 105, Houston 95 Charlotte 106, Orlando 100 Brooklyn 94, Atlanta 89 Memphis 85, Sacramento 69 San Antonio 95, Golden State 88 Washington 112, Denver 108 Oklahoma City at Dallas, late Saturday’s Games San Antonio at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Sacramento at Charlotte, 7 p.m. Memphis at Chicago, 8 p.m. Houston at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Golden State at New Orleans, 8 Cleveland at Utah, 9 p.m. Milwaukee at Portland, 10 p.m. Washington at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 Sunday’s Games L.A. Lakers at Toronto, 1 p.m. Dallas at Orlando, 6 p.m. Boston at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Oklahoma City at Denver, 8 p.m.

College hockey Friday’s Scores MIDWEST Alaska 5, Notre Dame 4 Bowling Green 3, W. Michigan 2 Ferris St. 2, Michigan St. 1 Michigan Tech 4, Bemidji St. 0 Minnesota 5, North Dakota 1 N. Michigan 4, Ohio St. 2 St. Cloud St. 5, Denver 2 St. Scholastica 5, Wis.-River Falls 2 Wisconsin 1, Miami (Ohio) 0 FAR WEST Minn. Duluth 3, Colorado College 2

Golf Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Friday Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Purse: $2.7 million Yardage: 7,605; Par: 72 Second Round 67-69—136 Justin Rose, England Jamie Donaldson, Wales 67-70—137 Fern.-Castano, Spain 70-67—137 Thorbjorn, Olesen, Den. 68-69—137

San Jose at Calgary, 6 p.m. Pittsburgh at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. Dallas at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Edmonton at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Chicago at Phoenix, 10 p.m.

BASEBALL COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE — Suspended Oakland RHP Gary Daley Jr. and free agent 1B Austin Gallagher 50 games for violations of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Agreed to terms with 2B Gordon Beckham and OF Alejandro De Aza on oneyear contracts. DETROIT TIGERS — Agreed to terms with RHP Doug Fister, RHP Rick Porcello, LHP Phil Coke, C Alex Avila, OF Brennan Boesch and OF Austin Jackson on one-year contracts. MINNESOTA TWINS — Agreed to terms with LHP Brian Duensing and C Drew Butera on one-year contracts. NEW YORK YANKEES — Agreed to terms with LHP Boone Logan on a one-year contract. National League CHICAGO CUBS — Agreed to terms with RHP Jeff Samardzija and LHP James Russell on oneyear contracts. MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Agreed to terms with RHP John Axford, RHP Burke Badenhop and RHP Marco Estrada on one-year contracts. PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Agreed to terms with 1B Garrett Jones and 1B Gaby Sanchez on one-year contracts. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association PHOENIX SUNS — Announced the team has agreed to mutually part ways with coach Alvin Gentry. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS — Named Bruce Arians coach. ATLANTA FALCONS — Promoted Steve Sabo to director of college scouting and Shepley Heard to regional scout. CAROLINA PANTHERS — Promoted Mike Shula to offensive coordinator, Richard Rodgers to special teams coordinator and Ricky Proehl to wide receivers coach. CHICAGO BEARS — Named Mel Tucker defensive coordinator, Matt Cavanaugh quarterbacks coach and Skip Peete running backs coach. CLEVELAND BROWNS — Named Michael Lombardi vice president of player personnel and Ray Horton defensive coordinator. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS — Signed DT Daniel Muir. NEW YORK JETS — Named John Idzik general manager and Marty Mornhinweg offensive coordinator. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS — Retained defensive coordinator John Pagano, defensive line coach Don Johnson, linebackers coach Joe Barry and assistant linebackers coach Greg Williams. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS — Released PK Billy Cundiff. HOCKEY National Hockey League DETROIT RED WINGS — Reassigned D Brian Lashoff to Grand Rapids (AHL). LOS ANGELES KINGS — Signed general manager Dean Lombardi, coach Darryl Sutter and president of business operations Luc Robitaille to multiyear contract extensions.

Pro football NFL Playoffs All Times EST Conference Championships Sunday, Jan. 20 San Francisco at Atlanta, 3 p.m. (FOX) Baltimore at New England, 6:30 p.m. (CBS)

College football College Football Bowls All Times EST Saturday, Jan. 19 RAYCOM College Football All-Star Classic At Montgomery, Ala. Stars vs. Stripes, 3 p.m. (CBSSN) East-West Shrine Classic At St. Petersburg, Fla. East vs. West, 4 p.m. (NFLN)

Pro hockey National Hockey League All Times EST Saturday’s Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 3 p.m. Ottawa at Winnipeg, 3 p.m. Chicago at Los Angeles, 3 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Boston, 7 p.m. Toronto at Montreal, 7 p.m. New Jersey at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Washington at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. Carolina at Florida, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Columbus at Nashville, 8 p.m. Phoenix at Dallas, 8 p.m. Colorado at Minnesota, 9 p.m. Anaheim at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Sunday’s Games Philadelphia at Buffalo, 12:30 p.m.

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3006 - Apartments Unfurnished

Range Bank is accepting applications for two Part-Time Teller positions available at our Kingsford Office. Primary responsibilities include general Teller work, cross-selling bank products and opening new accounts.

1 bedroom lower. Near St. Vinnies.Appliances, heat & water included. $375+Sec.dep, lease, restrictions. 396-2001 Clean 1 bd apts. Heat, water & electric included. $450mo., $450 sec. dep. Laundry, storage, secure locks, 805 Vine St. Niagara. 715-251-1388 For rent upper 2 bdr apt. $375 monthly plus security. For more information call 779-5112 Hillside Apts.: Totally remodeled: 2 bd lower $500 + utilities, laundry avail. 1 bd, $500 includes all utilities. 906- 282-3647 or 282-1096. IM 1 bdr apt. $530 includes all util. 2 bdr apts. $585 includes all util. Sec. & restrictions 282-1739, 774-2344 Iron Mtn: downtown, 1 bd. upper. Heat, water, sewer, stove, refrigerator. Very clean. Quiet. $325. Security deposit, references. Restrictions. 774-8321 Iron Mtn., 421 East B 2 bedroom apartment. $450 monthly. Call 906-282-4709 Iron Mtn: Ludington Street- 1 bedroom upstairs apt. $375/mo includes heat, water, electric. 906-774-9540 Norway: Newly remodeled 1 & 2 bds. $425 includes utilities, gargage. Exc. location. 906-563-8189

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There is an immediate opening for a full time millwright position for a Florence County sawmill. Duties include cutting/ welding, electrical, and mechanical trouble shooting. Hours will be afternoon shift and weekends when needed. Pay dependent on experience. Please send resumes to: Box J-3355 c/oThe Daily News P.O. Box 460 Iron Mtn., MI 49801

TRUCK AND TRAILER MECHANIC!

We have an opening for a night service mechanic. Wage depends on ability. Own tools required. We offer competitive pay, health insurance, 401K, holiday and vacation pay. Please apply at: The Great American Disposal Company 100 W. 11th Ave., Norway, MI 49870 WAITRESS/ BARTENDER Needed. Experience preferred. 715-324-5444 WORK FROM HOME for The Daily News! Experienced Grant Writer needed for Newspapers in Education Program. Apply in Person at: 215 E. Ludington St. Iron Mountain

3008 - Houses for Rent 3 Bdr, 1 bath house. $500 month rent. $500 security plus utilities, restrictions. Call 774-0243 2 bdrm house. Big yard/ garage. $500 a month includes stove & fridge. Call Tina 906-221-6273 For rent small 2 bedroom house. $395 month. Available March 1st. Call 906-458-2272 Newer 2 bedroom 1-1/2 bath 2 car garage in Kingsford. $675 a month security required. 906-774-7510 Norway: 2 bdrm. at 551 15th Ave. Washer/ dryer, dishwasher. $475. Restrictions. 906-282-1824. Small 2 bd house in Kingsford. Newly remodeled. $350 mo. Need references. 906-396-5550

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1528 - Part Time Wanted NWTC is looking for a Part-Time Mathematics Instructor to work at our Niagara Center. Please see website for complete details and to apply: www.nwtc.edu Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/ NWTCEmployment NWTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

3006 - Apartments Unfurnished A-1 tenant wanted for an A-1 completely remodeled 1 bd apt. Heat & water included. $350-$450 mo. Security, lease. Available now. Downtown Iron Mountain Days 906-774-0676, Eves 906-774-4869 2 bd. apt. Central air. Above Cuisine Art. $500 mo. +sec. dep. Includes heat & water. Refer. 906-221-1055 2 bd apt 1st floor, appl heat, water, sec. Free laundry. Restr, lease. $515. 945 Woodward, also 1 bd apt w/garage $495. 774-7700 days 563-5709 nights

3 bdrm apt. Westside. 3 blocks to school, shared laundry. $450 + dep. No utilities incl. 906-282-1869 2 bdr upstairs apt for rent. $575. Heat, water included. Washer, dryer.1 month deposit. Restrictions. 906-221-1597

1 bed lower 507 5th St., I.M. All utilities, free laundry. $475 mo. Lease, Security. 906-282-0652

5500 - Dogs Maltese & Poodle mix puppies. Non-shedding, 5-8 lbs, females $300. Call 906-875-3547.

6000 Miscellaneous

Alfred Angelo wedding gown, size 12. Never worn or altered. $300. Veil: $75. 563-8741. Marquette wire feeder welder, easy settings. $150 obo. 774-7550 ask for Shawn.

6046 - Nifty $250

7000 - Autos

50” Hitachi TV. Works Great, Looks Great! $225 or best offer. Call /text Sandy 396-1734.

2005 Dodge Stratus SXT. V6 auto, 74k. Exc. cond. power train wrnty. $5500. 906-3610597, 715-251-4788 2000 Ford Taurus SES 168,000 mi. Many new parts. $1500 obo. Runs good. Please contact 715-528-5249 2009 Mazda 3 5 speed, 49,000 miles. Great gas mileage. Asking $13,500. 906-282-7407 1992 Merc Benz 190e 2.3 4cyl.183,000 miles A good runner, clean car! Asking $1,600. 774-5401 2001 Oldsmobile Silhouette. Loaded. Low miles. For parts or repair only. $1200 OBO. 906-221-7705 2006 Pontiac G6 4 door automatic 3.5 V6. Very nice car. $7,495. ph 906-396-3622 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT. Lower miles. Loaded. $5,595 /power train wrnty.906-3610597, 715-251-4788

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6064 - Nifty $100 Amity Brand billfold. French tanned boa. Brand new in gift box. Made in USA. $45. 715-548-0973.

Beautiful 1940’s wedding gown. Beautiful beaded veil. $100. Also, box of antique books. $75. Call 906-542-3532 2011 Chevy Traverse 18 inch/ 6 lung Aluminum wheels! Great shape. $100. Rick 906-396-5850. Doll’s 60’s box $30. New Graco doll sttroller & doll $10. Box of Barbie dolls $20. 715-548-0634 Electric dryerGood condition. 906-221-2459 Farm house tale & 4 chairs, very little use. $100. 715-548-0149 FOR SALE: Antique 100 year old baby crib $85 or best offer. 906-438-2271. Goodyear Fortera tires 265/55/18. Great shape, came off 2011 Chevy Traverse, 25,000 mi. $100 OBO Rick 906-396-5850. HEALTH Rider total body aerobic fitness. Was $500, now $75. 906-779-2588 or 282-4595. Jack Stands 3 ton capacity each. New in the box. $40 firm for pair. 715-548-0973. Library table- light wood with drawer & shelf on bottom $75. Wicker hamper $15. 715-548-0149 Light Pine table can seat 6- $75. Only have 3 chairs to match. 715-548-0634 Magic Chef 5.5 cubic foot freezer with casters for moving around $75.00 call 779-9811 Nearly new humidifier used very little. $65. 715-251-1357 New! ATV or bike helmet. HJC-IS-33. Paid over $100 sell for $20. 774-4157 New size 11 little girls ice skates “Bauer” $20. 715-548-0634 New w/tags mens size 8 off-road riding boots waterproof 200 gram insulation brown camo very sturdy boots $30 OBO. call 779-9811 5 piece club aluminum pans for sale includes dutch oven, 2 frying pans, 2 sauce pans w/ covers. $40. 774-4157 Plano jumbo airliner #6508 telescopic fishing poles transport case extends lockable w/handle and wheels. $25 OBO 779 9811 Plexus medical air mattress with air pump. $100. 906-822-7200 Power House exercise weight lifting gym. $75 OBO. 774-8427 Prom dress by Aviena white w/turquise beads sz10-12 also clear 3” heels, sz 8. $400 new $100 used. 774-3975. Puppy for sale: 6 wks old Black Lab-Beagle-Golden Retriever mix. $100. obo 906-280-5874 Queen Ann chair. Tan & ottoman. $70. 715-548-0149 Sears exercise bike $75 OBO. 715-589-4113. Sears Kenmore natural gas dryer. $100. 906-250-1607. Sofa- large- comfortable $100. Non- smokers. Clean. 715-548-0634 Storage shelf unit $20Vinyl coated- 5shelves Folding table, metal. $25. Travel case $40. 715-548-0149 Wahl dog trimmerclipper $10. Choker collar, new $4. Pink pet- travel carrier $20. 715-548-0634 Weslo treadmill, WM 1501. Very good shape. $50. 774-8427 White toddler bed w/mattress. $25. 715-589-4113.

6008 - Sporting Goods 7000 - Autos Mathews Z7 Extreme Hunting Bow 2010. 70lbs. DW RH, QAD Ultra Rest Pro, Apex 4 pin lighted sight, limb saver stabilizer, black bow sling, Kwikee quiver, 29-1/2” draw length, peep sight. Asking $800 OBO. Never been hunted. 906-201-2392

2011 Prime Shift hunting bow. ATA 30”, 70lbs DW, 29” draw, never been shot. Asking $700 OBO. 906-201-2392

1997 Buick LeSabre Limited. Looks good and drives great. $1,695. 906-396-3622 2000 Buick Park Ave Ultra. Sunroof, leather, loaded,3.8L, low miles $2,595 /wrnty.906-361 -0597, 715-251-4788 89 Chevy Corsica. $800 Great runner w/new muffler, newer brakes, tires & more. 31 mi mpg. Remote starter. 715-548-0210 2002 Dodge Intrepid. Runs good. 120,000. New brakes, plugs, head lights. $2,700 OBO. 906-828-9115

7002 - Trucks 2004 Chevy Silverado. V-8 auto w/newer Western Plow $5,370. 906-361-0597, 715-251-4788 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab. 4wd. New tires, brakes. Runs Great! $4,000. 906-265-5416 97 Ford F150 4WD Supercab 150KAutomatic,A/C,pwr windows/ mirrors/ remote locks/cruise 6 disk CD player, new brakes,gas tank, fuel pump, starter. All synthetic lubes. Good rubber. $2,995. 906-265-1097 1994 Ford F150 4x4 Club Cab with topper. 124,000 miles. Runs good needs some work. $700. 563-5178 2008 GMC Envoy Denali 4WD, 64K, Fully loaded! NEW tires. Still under Warranty. $19,995. 760-217-0807 1995 GMC Sierra Ext Cab. Newly rebuilt 350 motor w/ 28,000 mi. Runs great! $3500. (906) 221-5246 2007 Pickup 4 WD Ext cab, extras, new front brakes. Asking $17,900. 906-221-6983 or 888-454-3910 2003 Silverado 1500. Ext cab. 78,000 miles, new Optima battery, great condition. $10,000. 906-396-0541 2006 Silver Toyota 4 runner. 57K miles. New condition. Was $32,000 now $22,500. 774-2897 2008 Toyota Tundra Double Cab, 4x4, only 9,600 miles. Mint condition! $21,995. 906-822-7713 1995 4wd pick-up truck, automatic. Ext. cab. Very nice condition. $2895. 906-3610597, 715-251-4788

7004 - SUVs 1979 Ford Bronco full size 400 C.I. Great shape, runs well. $2,500 OBO. Call 906-221-2236 2002 Ford Escape XLT 4WD V6, 4 spd auto O/D, trailer tow, power windows, locks & mirrors, grill guard, 6-Way drivers seat, hands free bluetooth, 6 CD player, 142,500 miles, (hwy.) 715-759-5743

2003 Ford Explorer. XLT,V-6, 7 passenger, sunroof, rear A/C. $5495 w/warranty. Blue. 715-251-4788 Hummer- 2006, totally loaded, sunroof, new tires & battery. Mint!!! asking $17,500 OBO. 906-828-1115 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V-8 auto. Leather, sunroof, heated seats,low miles $3,295 /wrnty.906-361 -0597, 715-251-4788 1990 Jeep Wrangler hard top. 5 spd. Needs some TLC. Fun! $2,995. 906-361-0597, 715-251-4788

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Florence’s Garrett Gollakner locks up Bark River’s Kyle Dowd in a high school wrestling match at Norway. Dowd recovered to pin Gollakner in the Bobcats’ 36-27 victory. Norway defeated Florence 48-27 as the Bobcats tallied pins from John Lemanski (135), Andrew Kelley (130), Tommy Lindow (215) and Gollakner (285), and a decision from Danny Jones (113).

Bowling Recreation Lanes Major League League Leaders: Shift Work 12, Tom & Jo’s 12, Jim’s Clean Sweep 12, Misfits 9, The Antoine Room 7, Bink’s Coca-Cola 7, Bob & Jerry’s 7. High Team Game: Recreation Lanes 617, Tom & Jo’s 582, Bob & Jerry’s 575. High Team Series: Recreation Lanes 1828, Tom & Jo’s 1683, Jim’s Clean Sweep 1631. High Individual Game: Linda Perron 194, Cheryl Richer 190, Kaye Whaley 181, Stacey Long 181. High Individual Series: Linda Perron 541, Kaye Whaley 507, Cheryl Richer 503. Converted Splits: Julie Trulock 5-7-9, Beth Niemi 3-6-7-10, TeLa Hereau 3-10. Monday Afternoon Ladies Standings: Forstrom Htg/Love M Alpacas/Rec. Lanes 10, K & S Girls 9, Pete’s Pro Shop/Rebels 7. Team Scratch Game: K & S Girls 670. Team Scratch Series: K & S Girls 1880. Individual Scratch Game: Belinda Burke 214, Sandy Walker 188, CJ Johnston 187. Individual Scratch Series: Sandy Walker 509, 501, Belinda Burke 488. Kaye Whaley Individual Hdcp Game: Belinda Burke 252. Individual Hdcp Series: Jenna Ford 651. Converted splits: Kaye Whaley 2 - 7, Betty Colavecchi 5 - 10, Amy Frank 5 - 10, Marie Werner 3 - 10, Jenna Ford 3 - 10, Sandy Walker 5 - 7 and 6 - 7 - 10. Friday Senior Citizens Standings (21): Leftovers 12, Hits & Misses 11. HIM men: Dick Waite 525, Rich Talo 505. HIM women: Shirley Decker 502, Carol Finnel 348. HIG men: Rich Talo 190, Dick Waite 189, Marsh Kesler 188, Jim Wilcheck 185, Art Pavlat 183, Mark Stuart 182. HIG women: Shirley Decker 182, Carol Finnel 144, Ann Gardiner 125. HTM and HTG: Hits & Misses 2311 and 819. Friday Night Church Standings (21): Brooklyn Trouts 21, We’ve Been Framed 10, Alley Cats 9. HIM men: Mike Brzoznowski 467, Chris Kazianka 461. HIM women: Brittany Lucas 453, Maria Kiszonas 395, Patty Johnson 392. HIG men: Mike Brzoznowski 191, Chris Kazianka 175. HIG women: Brittany Lucas 181, Maria Kiszonas 170, Patty Johnson 168. HTM and HTG: Brooklyn Trouts 1735 and 667. Sunday Mixed Couples League League leaders: Strike Outs 10-4, Oldskool 104, Need T-N-T 9-5. HTG and HTM: Need T-N-T 697 and 1967. HIG men: Steve Jacques 214, Bill Marx 202, Mike Wille 194. HIM men: Steve Jacques 582, Bill Marx 530, Mike Wille 530. HIG women: Tina Martinson 184, Melissa Maki 178, Billie Armbrust 169. HIM women: Melissa Maki 503, Tina Martinson 500, Billie Armbrust 417. Converted splits: Steve Jacques 3-6-7-10, Ted Garvaglia 6-8-10, Claudia Marx 5-7, Jerry Timm 5-6. IM Bumper Buddies HIM boys (2 games): Giovannie Saldana 276, Owen Walters 274, Pacey Olson 267, Riley Gauthier 259. HIM girls: Lindsey Sorensen 291, Isabelle Tregillis 264, Amelia Stohl 252. HIG boys: Giovannie Saldana 163, Conlan Cramer 148, Pacey Olson 143, Marcus Verrette 142. HIG girls: Lindsey Sorensen 172, Isabelle Tregillis 142. Wednesday Senior Citizens (Jan. 9) HIM men: Dave Forstrom 539. HIM women: Dolly Vivio 383. HIG men: Dave Forstrom 222. HIG women: Dolly Vivio 138. HTG and HTM: P&M 2233 and 786. IM Prep (Jan. 10) HIM boys (2 games): Zach Spera 260. HIM girls: Val Richtig 137. HIG boys: Zach Spera 133, Evan Tregillis 102. HIG girls: Zoe Spera 78. HTG and HTM: The Wimpy Kids 640 and 336. Businessmen’s League leaders (30): IM Automotive 23, Antoine Room 19, Bob’s Beer Buddies 19. HTG and HTM: Bob’s Beer Buddies 1028 and 2966. HIG: Pam Rostagno 256, Kevin Hanson 246, Dale Ford 244, Don Perron 242, Brandon Michaud 237, Kevin Hanson 236, Craig Burkman 236, Chris Rossato 235, Peter Tomassoni 232, Justin Fayas 227, Bob Corsi 226, Scion Petrick 222, Ben Gendron 221, John Lewis 218. HIM: Dale Ford 707 (244, 242, 221), Pam Rostagno 665, Craig Burkman 662, Bob Corsi 644,

Kevin Hanson 622, Peter Tomassoni 610, Brandon Michaud 607. Merchant Industrial League leaders (21): Town & Country 21, Pro Tech and Iron Ink 12. HTG and HTM: Pro Tech Lube & Wash 1002 and 2905. HIG: Kevin Hanson 279, Derek Edlund 266, Brad Senger 257, Pete Flaminio 257, Bob Corsi 246, Bill Burby 235, Brad Senger 235, Mike Meyer 220, Tom Johnson 212, Gene Edlund 210.’ HIM: Derek Edlund 751, Brad Senger 712, Kevin Hanson 699, Bob Corsi 693.

Doug’s Hilltop Niagara Sunday Mixed League leaders (14): Sally’s 10, Schwedersky 10, Doug’s Hilltop Lanes 7. HIG men: Mike Mikolajczyk 238, Scott Schwedersky 225, Dan Peterson 219. HIG women: Crystal Branback 199, Susan Champeau 171, Sue Mikolajczyk 168. HIM men: Glen Blosser 608, Mike Mikolajczyk 594, Scott Schwedersky 580. HIM women: Tracey Dabb 487, Susan Champeau 469, Crystal Branback 459. Niagara Sunday Mixed (Jan. 6) HIG men: Dan Peterson 246, Ron Branback 238, Mike Seda 220. HIG women: Tracey Dabb 191, Crystal Branback 174, Andrea Romitti 171. HIM men: Dan Peterson 677, Ron Branback 612, Mike Mikolajczyk 580. HIM women: Tracey Dabb 536, Crystal Branback 490, Sue Mikolajczyk 448. Tues. Ladies Major Standings: White House 10, Marcouillers Foods 9, Northern MI Bank 9, Forward Financial CU 7, Steenos 5. HIM: Kathy Westrich 549, Lil Olson 519, Sue Holmes 513. Ladies Classic League leaders (14): Doug’s Hilltop 12, Pit Stop 10, Cafe Java 9. HIG: Cindy Hansen 193, Terri Rugg 187, Terri Rose 168. HIM: Cindy Hansen 465, Trisha Peterson 465, Carla Towns 463. Doug Maes Third quarter: Country Bar 80, AH One 79, Steeno’s 77.5. HTG and HTM: AH One 1051 and 2838. HIG: Steve Pancheri 247, Randy Forcey 237, Dan Peterson 232, Don Behnke 226, Dom Cherubini 222, Ben Patterson 214, Guy DeCremer 213, Trevor Vassar 213. HIM: Steve Pancheri 670, Ben Patterson 639, Randy Forcey 620.

Mike’s on Main Victory Standings (14): Rialto Lanes 10, Lofholm’s 9. HTG and HTM: Mike’s on Main 730 and 2082. HIG: Carol Skog 182, Shirley Debernardi 178, Sue Mikolajczyk 173. HIM: Sue Mikolajczyk 478, Gee VanWolvelaere 460, Amy Stanchina 458. Converted spits: Debi Ferguson 5-7; Jeanette Elliott 5-10. All-mark game: Carol Skog. Businessmen’s League leaders (14): Bink’s Coca Cola 14, USA Demolition 10. HTG: Bink’s Coca Cola 1025. HTM: USA Demolition 2957. HIG: Mike Lieber 231, Paul Schultz 224, Wayne Dabb 210, John Degenaer 192, Alan Dabb and Dante Mendina 190. HIM: Mike Lieber 621, Paul Schultz 609, Wayne Dabb 558. Commercial League leaders (14): Norway Auto Parts 10, Mike’s On Main 9. HTG and HTM: Norway Auto Parts 974 and 2838. HIG: Neil Varda 230, Del Hamacher 226, Mike Lieber 225, Jacob Coppens 217, Brad Perry 216, Jerry Truitt 206, Beaks Stanchina 203, John Mattia Jr. 200, Gordon Loesch 191. HIM: Neil Varda 651, Del Hamacher 635, Brad Perry 629, Mike Lieber 618, Jerry Truitt 605.

Woody’s Men’s Commercial League leaders (12): Crystal Lumber 11, SherWood Sign 8, Iron Title 6. HIG: Thomas Princing 258, Wayde Floodstrand 245, Robert Miller 234, Jared Cudnohufsky 226, Keary Beck 225, Woody Skibo 224, David Sherby 217, Thomas Lato 216, Dan Davison 213, Donald Conners 212, Curtis Olexa 211. HIM: Thomas Princing 665, Wayde Floodstrand 650, Jared Cudnohufsky 629, Dan Davison 600.

Northwestern/Appliance rolls past First National Bank-IMK IRON MOUNTAIN — Dave Beauchamp’s 25 points led Northwestern Mutual/Appliance Furniture Mart to a 5843 win over FNB IMK in Iron Mountain-Kingsford Community Schools men’s basketball action. In other results: Back In Motion 70, Bimbo’s/Miller Lite 38 — Jan Felaiz led Back In Motion with 22 points. Big 10 Sports Bar 53, RN Charters/Hitch-NPost 51 — Tom Beck’s 22 points were not enough, while Jim Anderson netted 19 for Big 10. Garret Eye Center 47,

Men’s basketball M a r k e l l Company/Burgess Basements 37 — Beau Paquette scored 11 to lead the winners. Fleury Singler 76, D a l S a n t o Construction/Forward Financial CU 58 — Mike Swanson’s 17 led Fleury. Solberg’s/Steve Anderson Forest Prod. 47, The Junction 45 — Dan Paoli totaled 22 in the loss. Edward’s Automotive 51, Lakeside B&B/Florence Motor Sales 36 —

J.D. Edwards carried the victors with 17 points. Kris Johnson also scored 17 in a losing effort. Edward’s Body Shop 39, B&B Tire/Sol Blu 37 — Jason Kreski’s game-high 13 points paced B&B Tire. Nick Sorenson netted 10 to guide Edwards. Juice Promotions 87, Logo Sportswear 80 — Jake Polfus rung up 20 points, and Tom Granquist added 18 more to lift Juice. Northern Supply 86, Stewart Manufacturing 63 — Dave Smart pumped in 17 for Northern Supply.


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SPORTS

New era for Wings No Lidstrom DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Red Wings started practicing for this lockoutdelayed season without numbers or names on their jerseys. Red Wings general manager Ken Holland heard someone joke that the move was made to make it less obvious there was no No. 5 or Lidstrom out there in a winged-wheel sweater for the first time since the 1990-91 season. Holland smiled, but didn’t laugh. He isn’t sure what the new era will be like on the ice in Detroit. The Red Wings will open the season without seven-time Norris Trophy winner Nicklas Lidstrom, who helped them make 20 of their last 21 straight appearances in the Stanley Cup playoffs. With Lidstrom’s retirement along with the departures of Brad Stuart and Jiri Hudler, Detroit’s postseason streak might in jeopardy. “Either we are too old or we have no defense,” Henrik Zetterberg said of the chatter about the team. “The important thing is what we believe in here.” The Red Wings aren’t cocky about their chances

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DETROIT’S Henrik Zetterberg moves the puck during practice. this season going into the opener Saturday night at St. Louis. They, more than anyone, know how valuable Lidstrom was for the team and how good the Western Conference has become. “The mindset of how we’re going to play will not change that much, but then again, No. 5 is not going to be out there so we don’t really know how it’s going to turn out,” Zetterberg said. “It’s nothing wrong to say that. We just have to be honest about it. We have to take it as a challenge.” It’s not like Detroit is running on fumes. Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk are two of the world’s best players and the two goaltenders, Jimmy Howard and

Jonas Gustavsson, would be welcome on most rosters. Howard said it would be wrong to “write us off so soon.” The championship window the franchise has had, winning four Stanley Cups since 1997, including one four years ago, seemed to get slammed shut last summer. Lidstrom retired, Stuart made it clear he wouldn’t re-sign, Hudler left as a free agent and the team struck out after making offers to sign Ryan Suter and Zach Parise. Desperate to stay among the NHL’s best, Detroit offered 42-year-old Lidstrom a chance to play in this 48-game season. Lidstrom turned down the opportunity because he’s happy with his family in Sweden. Zetterberg is now the captain and coach Mike Babcock is confident the team is in good hands with its new, on-ice leader who learned from Lidstrom and Steve Yzerman. Babcock has said, more than once, that the 32-year-old forward will be very motivated to make sure the team is still good on his watch. “He’s seen it all,” Babcock said. “He’s like a coach on the ice.”

Brewers’ slugger injures right knee MILWAUKEE (AP) — The heavy-hitting Milwaukee Brewers offense is going to be missing a big bat when the season begins. First baseman Corey Hart is going to miss the next three to four months with an injured right knee that requires surgery, the team announced on Friday. Hart’s knee started to swell up during offseason workouts, and an MRI revealed a torn meniscus and other damage to the joint that will be surgically repaired by Dr. William Raasch on Tuesday. It’s difficult timing for the two-time All-Star, who is entering the final year of his contract. Hart had one of his best seasons last year, hitting .270 with 30 homers and 83 RBIs to help the Brewers lead the National League in home

Baseball runs and runs scored. Tigers avoid arbitration: The Detroit Tigers avoided arbitration with six players Friday, increasing their payroll by over $13 million while agreeing to terms with a talented group that includes right-hander Doug Fister and center fielder Austin Jackson. Right-hander Max Scherzer is the only Detroit player remaining whose case could go to a hearing next month. Fister, 18-11 since the Tigers acquired him in a midseason trade in 2011, will make $4 million this season. Jackson, the speedy outfielder who hit .300 last year, will make $3.5 million. Detroit also reached a $5.1 million deal with righthander Rick Porcello, a $2.95 million contract with catcher

COREY HART Alex Avila, a $2.3 million agreement with outfielder Brennan Boesch and a $1.85 million deal with left-handed reliever Phil Coke. Cubs, Samardzija reach one-year deal: Pitchers Jeff Samardzija and James Russell have agreed to one-year contracts with the Chicago Cubs and avoided arbitration. The deals were announced Friday. Samardzija’s salar y is $2.64 million and he could earn an additional $125,000 in perfor mance bonuses. Russell is set to earn $1.075 million next season.

Pro football Cavanaugh will try to get the most out of Jay Cutler after spending the past four seasons as the New York Jets’ quarterbacks coach, working with Mark Sanchez. The Jets have gone 14-18 the past two years. Cowboys add ex-Lions coach: The Dallas Cowboys have hired for mer Detroit head coach Rod Marinelli as defensive line coach. The Cowboys reported the move on the team’s website Fr i d ay. M a r i n e l l i wa s t h e defensive coordinator under Lovie Smith with the Chicago Bears, but decided not to stay on the staff of Smith’s replacement, Marc Trestman.

... Remembering Malcolm McNeil (Continued from page 1-B) in the Eddie Chambers Memorial Gym, McNeil organized, promoted and sponsored local competitions between the Oilers and entertaining cagers such as the Harlem Globetrotters, Boston Whirlwinds, Honolulu Surfriders, Wayne-Detroit AllStars, Iowa Ghosts, New York Harlem Chics, Texas Cow Girls, All-American Red Heads, The House of David, Harlem Clowns and AllAmerican Indians. These popular events filled bleacher seats and brought fans from throughout the Midwest to the Crystal Falls area. The Oilers, coached and managed by Allan and Dobie Anderson and more recently by Bryan LaChapelle, have won several significant titles over the years and have participated in the Gold Medal Classic tournament in Hermansville since 1953. Many U.P. sport aficionados will remember the Oilers’ 1973 Class A victories in the Negaunee and Her-

ness, at age 60, Bruce Arians finally is an NFL head coach. And he’s made it clear that he’s ready to run with it. Arians was introduced as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals on Friday, promising to build a team that’s “smart, disciplined, fast and physical — accountable, no excuses.” The man who went 9-3 as interim coach in Indianapolis after Chuck Pagano left to be treated for leukemia choked up when he talked about his family, saying of his wife “this is our 15th move.” M a t t h ew s o u t : D a l l a s Cowboys linebacker Anthony Spencer will play in his first Pro Bowl, replacing the i n j u r e d C l ay M a t t h ew s o f Green Bay.

mansville tournaments, two major independent basketball events in the U.P. The Oilers also won the first Baraga Holiday tourney in 1979 and repeated the following year. They took the Negaunee Class A in 1971 and the Iron Mountain-Kingsford Community School tournament in 1972 in Class AA, setting several records in the process. The victories in Baraga, Iron MountainKingsford, Negaunee and Hermansville are considered a basketball “grand slam” in U.P. independent play. In 1965, McNeil was the first person selected as Crystal Falls Man of the Year by the Lions Club. Other honors include Businessman of the Year in 1968, Sportsman of the Year in 1972, the President’s Award for Distinguished Citizenship from NMU in 1975, induction into the U.P. Sports Hall of Fame in 1985 where he later served as president, and numerous other civic and business honors. For Malcolm, promoting

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(Continued from page 1-B) back to a 44-44 tie ahead of Steele’s go-ahead trey. “The girls are fired up,” Roell said. “They deserve a win, and hopefully this will carry over. The confidence will help everybody out.” Norway slipped to 6-5 with the loss. “I saw one girl that was wanting to play tonight,” said frustrated Norway head coach Carli Kelly. “I don’t know where everybody else was, in la-la land or a picnic in the park. They were not here tonight. “We were weak by the Arians in charge: After basket. I don’t know how nearly 38 years in the busi- many missed layups we had

Bears hire defensive coordinator By The Associated Press The Chicago Bears hired Jacksonville’s Mel Tucker as their defensive coordinator to replace Rod Marinelli on Friday. Tucker spent the past four seasons as the Jaguars’ defensive coordinator and was assistant head coach this season. The Bears also hired Matt Cavanaugh as their quarterbacks coach and Skip Peete as their running backs coach on Friday along with two of Trestman’s assistants with the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes — tight ends coach Andy Bischoff and assistant defensive line coach Michael Sinclair.

MALCOLM MCNEIL (back row, right) and his Oilers won numerous men’s basketball tournament championships.

because we weren’t going up strong.” Norway took the jayvee contest 60-35. The Knights host West Iron County Monday. North Dickinson (1-9) plays at Kingsford. Norway 13 12 15 15 — 55 North Dickinson 11 14 17 17 — 59 NORWAY: Grayvold 26, Conery 12, Evosevich 6, Mattson 4, Casanova 3, DeBernardi 2, Matonich 2. FT: 7-17. F: 17. DICKINSON: NORTH Charlevoix 17, Jacobson 14, L. Steele 10, Stroud 8, Rotter 6, Jauquet 4. FT: 12-24. F: 14. FG shooting — N: 22-72; ND: 21-48. 3-pt FGs — N: Grayvold (3), Conery; ND: Rotter (2), L. Steele, Jacobson, Stroud. Rebounding — N: 34 (Grayvold 10); ND: 27 (Jacobson 15).

This is a puzzle titled with a theme. Find the listed words in the grid. They may run in any direction, but they always run in a straight line. Some letters may be used more than once when words intersect. Mark off each word as you find it, and when you have completed the list, there will be a number of letters left spare. Arrange these to spell out a descriptive phrase related to the theme.

sports and a serving the community as a “one-man Chamber of Commerce” for Crystal Falls went far beyond winning tournaments and titles. “I am thankful for the associations I have made in sports and the many friends I have all over,” said McNeil in a 1980 Iron Mountain News article. “This means more to me than all the titles I have won with my teams.” Malcolm McNeil leaves a personal legacy of more than 65 years of U.P. sports leadership. Throughout his life he told everyone how proud he was to be a part of U.P. sports history, and that Crystal Falls was the greatest town in the world. Crystal Falls is also proud of Malcolm McNeil. (Diane McNeil Emo provided information for this story. Malcolm McNeil’s family has established a McNeil Oilers Scholarship Fund in his honor. For more information or to make a donation, call 906284-1206 or 1201.


The Daily News, Iron Mountain-Kingsford, Michigan Saturday, January 19, 2013 — 7-B

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Norway High School wrestling on the rise with successful junior program ScuttleBu(r)t ... Norway High School wrestling continues to make great strides. Coach Nick Burklund reports the Knights graduate just two wrestlers this season, with five “committed eighth graders” in the youth program. “Norway wrestling is going in the right direction” said Burklund, citing 54 “junior wrestlers” directed by Tracy Haferkorn and Billy Burklund. “We have

FIRST BAPTIST, 1301 Frank Pipp DriveÐSunday School 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Preaching Service 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 p.m. FIRST COVENANT CHURCH, 125 East H St. Ð Sunday 8:15 and 10:30 a.m., Sunday School for all ages 9:30 a.m. Youth Group 6:00 Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 Barrier free entrance. NORTHERN LIGHT CHRISTIAN CHURCH (full gospel) Corner of Pine Mountain Road and U.S. 2 Ð 9:00 a.m. Pre Service Prayer; 10:00 a.m. Sunday Service SS MARY AND JOSEPH (Catholic) 414 Prospect Ave. Ð Sat. 5:15 p.m.; Sun. 8 and 10 a.m. FIRST EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1210 S. Stephenson Ave. Ð Worship- Thursday 6:00 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. June, July & August MOUNT OLIVE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN, corner of H and Stockbridge Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. Bible Class & Sunday School 10:15 a.m., Wednesday Worship 6:30 p.m. TRINITY UNITED METHODIST, 808 Carpenter Ave. Ð Sunday Worship 9:15 am No Sunday School; Nursery available for Sunday School & 10:30 am Service. Rev. Paul Mallory, Pastor FIRST UNITED METHODIST, 108 4th St. Ð Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Rev. Walter Reichle ST. MARYÕS ORTHODOX, 311 West D St. Ð 5:30 p.m. Sat. Vespers, Divine Liturgy 10:00 a.m., Matins 9:00 a.m. Sunday IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH, 506 BlaineÐ Saturday 4 p.m.; Sunday 9 and 11 a.m. HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 221 West B St. Ð Sunday Service 9 a.m., MESSIAH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, 724 River Ave. Ð ÊSunday Worship 10:45 a.m., ChildrenÕs Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Midweek Worship 6 p.m. NEW HOPE CHURCH (Church of God). 614 S. Carpenter. ÐÊSun. Morning Worship Service 10 a.m.; Sun. School 9 a.m. 1st Monday of each month Prayer Service: 6:308:00 pm, Tuesday Bible Study 7:00 pm OUR SAVIOURÕS LUTHERAN CHURCH, Corner of Kimberly & H: Reverend Lee Liverance; Reverend Lori Liverance Sat. 5:00 p.m., Sun. Service 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. - Fellowship Hour at 9:30 a.m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, N3770 Pine Mtn. Road Ð Song Service 9:50 a.m., Adult & ChildrenÕs Sabbath School 10:00 a.m., Worship Service 11:15 a.m. CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH 617 S. Stephenson Ave. Rev. Steve Petry. Sunday Worship 9:45 am. Nursery provided. Call 779-9055 for information. SALVATION ARMY, The Bread of Life Center - 212 Woodward Ave.

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some really good coaches that keep the kids constantly learning.” Norway earned runnerup to Gladstone in last week’s Ray Mariucci Invitational...

AMERICAN MARTYRS (Catholic) 908 W. Sagola Ð Saturday 4:15 p.m.; Sunday 8 and 10:15 a.m. REDEMPTION HILL, 332 S. Carpenter Ð Worship Service - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - 10:30 a.m. Barrier Free Access Pastor Alex Tunnicliff & Pastor Ron Wolfe ST. MARY QUEEN OF PEACE (Catholic) 432 Edsel st. Ð Saturday 4:30 p.m.; Sunday 8 and 10 a.m. Handicap Accessible Air Conditioning. BALSAM STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 324 Balsam St. Ð Sunday School for all ages 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.; Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Pastor Larry Neargarth774-9422OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN, 420 W. Breitung Ð Sunday Worship Services: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study - Sunday 10:00 a.m. Pastor Thomas Mackey FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 395 Hamilton Ave. Ð Sunday Worship Service; 9:00 a.m. No Sunday School. Nursery provided. Free Community Meal every Monday-5:00-5:30 p.m. ACTS 2:38 APOSTOLIC ASSEMBLY, 184 Pyle Drive North Ð 8:00 a.m. Daily Bible Study MARANATHA ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 920 S. Carpenter Ð Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH, 1295 Pyle Dr. Sunday School9:30 a.m.; Worship-10:30 a.m.; Afternoon Worship-1:30 p.m.; Discovery Bible Club-7:00 p.m. Wed. ABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH, 610 Carpenter Ave. (Inside the Birchwood Mall) Worship Service - Sunday:10:00 a.m.; Wednesday: 6:00 p.m. Potluck each time we meet. Nursery & transportation are available.

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From TNT late-night host Conan O’Brien, on why he had no desire to watch this year’s BCS title game: “I was home for the holidays, so I’ve had quite enough of the Fighting Irish.” ... Always a pleasure chatting with Breitung Township native Lenita Erickson, who supplied details on her co-executive producer role with The Learning Channel’s “The Sisterhood” (8 p.m. Tuesday).

More next week on Lenita’s reality television series and singing career. Last time I saw the vivacious Lenita she was in Las Vegas’ Orleans’ coffee shop attempting to break a nonstop talking record with Judy Erickson ... From Greg Pearson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: “The Packers’ fourth and 26 still hurts, but it just got beaten out by the Broncos’ third and 70” ... Milwaukee Bradley Tech

Coach Craig Bevilacqua regretted not being able to return for last Saturday’s Ray Mariucci Invitational wrestling tournament in Kingsford. The Kingsford grad cited “team issues and did not want to reward them with a “minivacation” to Kingsford. Bradley Tech, recently named Journal Sentinel Team of the Week, held a 14-0 dual mark in late December. Alabama Coach Nick

Saban, who collected a $310,000 bonus for beating Notre Dame and winning the BCS Championship, shows a $5.3 million annual salary. Tim Staudt of the Lansing State Journal points out that Michigan State plays a home and home with Alabama beginning Sept. 3, 2016, in Tuscaloosa. “1641 Parkview” is already sweating ... There’s more in my blog at ironmountaindailynews.com ...

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8-B — The Daily News, Iron Mountain-Kingsford, Michigan Saturday, January 19, 2013

OUTDOORS

‘Jig It’ tourney Michigan switches muskie stocking today at Antoine program to Great Lakes strain only Cash prize of $2,500 for largest fish IRON MOUNTAIN — The Jig It Ice Fishing Tournament takes place today at Lake Antoine from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration begins at 8 a .m. at Lake Antoine Park. All holes will be predrilled. Top prize for the largest fish is $2,500 cash, along with a number of other prizes that include power ice augers, portable shelters, fishing equipment and fishing packages. Cost is $30 per hole and each angler is allowed to purchase up to two

holes. There will be a special ice fishing area set up for kids, with prizes for participants, running from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. All fishing equipment and bait are supplied in the “Kid’s Koop” and the cost is $5 per child. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Dickinson-Iron Medical Care Access Coalition, which helps uninsured residents of the area with health care, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay area.

Ice improves in time for Wisconsin free fishing IRON MOUNTAIN — While strong winds and very cold weather helped refreeze ice on area lakes, the freezing combination also kept action outdoors to a minimum this week. Improved ice conditions are right on time for Wisconsin’s free ice fishing weekend, however. Residents and nonresidents of Wisconsin can fish without a license today and Sunday. Area bait shops reported little action this week. At Florence Sport and Bait in Florence, Wis., Pattie Teske said the few anglers going out were catching bluegill and crappies, but things were quiet. “There’s hardly a soul going out fishing,” Teske said. Tom Bean at Crystal Bait in Crystal Falls reported a slow week as well, but is hopeful things will pick up. “It should have formed a couple more inches of ice with the colder weather we had,” Bean said. “Lucky we got a little snow too, because it was glare ice out on the lakes.” The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources said walleye anglers continue to report sporadic action. Northern pike action has been fair and panfish anglers report some nice crappie, perch and bluegill being found suspended off the bottom in deeper water. For those looking to take advantage of the free fishing weekend in Wisconsin, nearly 20 of the DNR’s tackle loaner sites across the state have ice fishing tip-ups and jigging rods available for people to borrow. (In Florence County, the loaner site is the DNR Service Center/UW-Extension building, 5631 Forestry Drive, Florence.) People will need to use their own ice auger, take over an abandoned hole or ask the angler fishing near you on the ice to drill a hole or let you borrow their auger. The Michigan DNR reported the following fish-

Outdoors report ing conditions in the Upper Peninsula: Groveland Mine Ponds: High winds and rain made fishing difficult on Island Lake as it turned into an ice rink. Anglers may want to bring cleats for easier access. Bluegills were hitting on minnows, wigglers and wax worms in eight to 12 feet of water. Many were small but a good number of seven-inch fish were also taken. A few perch and black crappie were also caught. Both the East Lake and the West Lake had few anglers. The bite was slow with only small panfish caught by those jigging or using tip-ups. Lake Antoine: Was producing bluegill and perch for those jigging minnows and wax worms however many were small. Most are fishing on the northeast side. Those targeting northern pike were spear fishing and using tipups with large minnows on the north end of the lake. Little Bay De Noc: Rain and warmer temperatures deteriorated the ice. The weak spots, pressure cracks, shoreline and river mouths were all in rough shape. Most are traveling on foot if they go out. Almost all the fishing has been north of the Narrows. A Safety Reminder: the pressure crack that runs across the north end of Butler Island is ALWAYS DANGEROUS. Anglers should avoid this area at all times even in good conditions. Several four wheelers and snowmobiles have already gone through the ice. Overall, fishing was slow due to fewer anglers and no snow cover. The better catches were reported up at the head of the Bay near Garth Point when jigging wigglers and minnows in 10 to 13 feet of water. For walleye, those fishing well past dark did the best near Kipling, the Second and the Third Reef when jigging rapalas with minnows in 18 to 26 feet of water. Newberry: Inland lakes in the area including the Manistique Lakes had slow fishing most likely due to ice conditions. Much colder temperatures in the forecast will once again shore-up the ice. Cedarville and Hessel: Perch in Musky Bay were picking up before the warm up so colder temperatures should help with catch rates.

LANSING — Michigan’s muskellunge program turned a corner this past fall as the second crop of Great Lakes muskies produced at a Department of Natural Resources hatchery was distributed across the state in early November. The DNR has been raising muskellunge (for stocking) at state fish hatcheries for decades, but had always used northern muskies, one of two strains native to Michigan, for broodstock — the mature male and female fish that are kept separate for breeding purposes. This is the second year the DNR produced strictly Great Lakes muskies. Northern muskies are native to a few areas of the Upper Peninsula, while the population of Great Lakes muskies (also known as spotted muskies) is more widespread. The DNR began its program with northern muskies because broodstock were more readily available. As a result, numerous lakes in Michigan have been stocked with the northern-strain fish. “The Great Lakes strain of muskie is indigenous to most areas of Michigan, and there are fewer restrictions on where we can stock this strain,” said Matt Hughes, fisheries biologist at the Wolf Lake State Fish Hatchery in Mattawan, where the muskies were raised. “We want to rebuild our Great Lakes muskie numbers, so using this strain allows us to get them into more Michigan waters.” There’s another good reason to lean toward the Great Lakes muskies. Fisheries biologists have noted that as hatcheryreared northern-strain fish move downstream through the watershed, they often wind up in places where Great Lakes muskies are found. That could lead to breeding between the two strains and a genetic degrading of this unique fish. Biologists decided the outstanding Great Lakes muskie population that has developed in the Lake St. Clair system over the course of the last several decades could now serve as a source of broodstock. DNR Fisheries Division crews collected adult muskies this past May by electrofishing the Detroit River. The fish were spawned on site and the eggs were transferred to the Wolf Lake hatchery for rearing. The 1.2 million spawned eggs produced 550,000 fry, which were raised in the lab at Wolf Lake for approximately two months until they were 4 to 5 inches long. Roughly 45,000 of

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BRET TOLAN, A Michigan Department of Natural Resources' Fisheries Division employee at Wolf Lake State Fish Hatchery, scoops young muskellunge from a retaining pond to be placed on a stocking truck, bound for sites throughout Michigan. them survived and were transferred to four, lined 3⁄4acre ponds on the hatchery grounds. Of those, 3,000 fish were given to Wisconsin to supplement the genetics of their Great Lakes muskellunge program that also provides an additional backup broodstock supply for Michigan’s program. DNR personnel drained the ponds and collected just greater than 28,000 muskies (some in excess of 12 inches) which were transported to 18 sites across the state. Among those sites were Thornapple and Big Bear lakes, which will be stocked annually for 10 years in an attempt to create new broodstock lakes. “We won’t stock these fish in lakes that already have established natural populations,” Hughes said. “We don’t have a complete understanding of those genetics yet. Until we do, we won’t put them in places like the Antrim Chain of Lakes or the Indian River system that have good, naturally sustaining muskie pop-

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Fisher Lake ice derby Jan. 26 FLORENCE, Wis. — The Commonwealth Sportsmen’s Club will host an ice fishing derby Saturday, Jan. 26, on Fisher Lake in Florence. Participants are asked to meet at the public boat landing on Fisher Lake no later than 7 a.m. for registration. The derby will run from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Ice fishing equipment will be available for those not having their own. A separate area of the lake will be roped off and restricted to the youngsters. There will be a $100 prize for the largest fish and $50 for second-largest. Food and soda will be available.

ulations.” Switching to the Great Lakes strain fish was a huge undertaking in terms of management practices and was technically difficult. Muskies are challenging — and expensive — to raise in hatcheries. Hughes estimated the fish that have been stocked cost between $3 and $6 each to produce. Absolute eating machines, Hughes said muskies are fed heavily from the time they hatch to the time they are stocked. They begin on a commercial dry diet, being fed every 15 minutes, until they reach 2 weeks of age, when they want larger live feeds (like minnows or small fish) and become cannibalistic if they are not fed enough. “By the time they leave the lab they’re being fed every five minutes, 24/7,” Hughes said. The young muskellunge are transplanted to ponds pre-stocked with fathead minnows early in the year so the minnows have produced fry. Even then, however, the hatchery staff has

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to add graded minnows — costing an average of $3 to $6 a pound — until they reach about 6 inches in length. Then the staff switches over to randomly sized minnows, which are a lot less expensive ($2 to $3 a pound). “I have to check on the ponds every day to see how many minnows are left,” Hughes said. “For the first month, it is not uncommon to order a couple of thousand pounds of minnows every week.” Hughes said the ponds produced well this year, despite ongoing predation (by raccoons, herons, gulls, kingfishes, mink and the occasional cormorant). It appears the switch to Great Lakes muskellunge is going, in a word, swimmingly. “The muskie fishing community is supportive of the change,” said Will Schultz, who volunteers as part of the Michigan Muskie Alliance, which contributes both financially and with volunteer labor at the DNR hatchery. He said it’ll likely be 12 to 15 years before the fish that have been stocked in the proposed broodstock lakes can be used for an egg take. It will take that much time to have enough mature fish from several different year classes to provide the genetic diversity necessary for egg collection. “I think everyone is pretty happy,” Hughes said. “It’s been a pretty successful season, from egg take to harvest.” To learn more about how the Department of Natural Resources manages its fish production responsibilities, visit www.michigan.gov/hatcheries.


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