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Sports Classified B1 • THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2011 • THE BAY CITY TIMES •

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Runners flock to Bay City for St. Pat’s race

A record 4,820 runners participate in the 38th annual event ANTHONY FONTANA afontana@bc-times.com | (989) 894-9641

BAY CITY — Ann Gasta knew the possibilities were endless. With a few tweaks here and there, Gasta believed the Al Kayner/St. Patrick’s Day Road Race could become one of the most popular events in Michigan. Since taking over as race director seven years ago, Gasta has

watched the event evolve into just that. At the 38th annual event last Sunday, a record 4,820 participants stormed downtown Bay City to shatter 2010’s entry record of 4,034. “Every year it seems like we gain an upwards of 1,000 participants,” Gasta said. “It’s nice to see the hard work of everyone involved pay off at such a great event.” In order to attract more participants, Gasta has been vocal in spreading the word. “A big part of it has been marketing,” Gasta said. “It all boils down to people needing to know where and when the race takes place and

all the other general information. “Once that information is passed along to people, they pass it along to people they know. It’s a big snowball effect.” Overall winner Derek Stone, 23, of Bay City enjoys particpating because of the large crowd. “People come out of their houses to watch all the runners go by,” Stone said. “As a runner, it’s always nice to hear people cheering for you as you get closer to the finish line.” Despite chilly temperatures and rain in the forecast, Gasta wasn’t ALICIA DALE | THE BAY CITY TIMES nervous the weather might scare Runners race down Center Avenue in the 38th annual Al Kayner/St. Patrick’s Day participants away. Race on Sunday afternoon in downtown Bay City. The event had nearly 5,000 See RACE, B2 participants.

On to the Final Four Western’s dream season will continue at the Breslin Center

Standish-Sterling football coach to be honored Saturday Paul Walderzak set to join high school coaches Hall of Fame

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DAVISON — Bay City Western is Breslin-bound. And those are words most thought would never be spoken. But the Warriors continue to be the talk of the town, taking their magical postseason run to the Final Four after a 60-49 victory over Orchard Lake St. Mary’s in the Class A state quarterfinals on Tuesday. “It feels like reaching an unattainable goal,” Western junior Matt Costello said. “I can’t describe the magnitude of it. There’s so much energy around Bay City right now, it’s crazy.” Western (24-2) takes on Detroit Southeastern, which knocked off No. 1-ranked Romulus 73-51 in the quarterfinals, in the semifinal at MSU’s Breslin Center at 2:50 p.m. Friday. The Class A state championship is set for 4 p.m. Saturday. Southeastern (22-3) poses a mighty challenge with Mr. Basketball finalist and MSU-bound Brandan Kearney, fellow Division I recruit Percy Gibson and sharpshooter Ed Brown, who scored 21 points in the win over Romulus. But a Western program that has had virtually nothing but struggles

STANDISH — It’s taken a lot of time, hard work and help, but Paul Walderzak is finally walking where many strive to be but few actually end up. The longtime Standish-Sterling football coach joins the elite of his profession on Saturday as a 2011 inductee into the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame. “It’s a great honor to be recognized by your fellow coaches,” Walderzak said. “It’s a tremendous honor, and I’m pretty excited about it.” Walderzak has tallied a 154-117 Paul Walderzak record in his 29 seasons pacing the sidelines for the Panthers, in addition to beginning his 32nd year as the school’s track and field coach. The induction banquet is set for 6 p.m. Saturday at the Four Points Sheraton in Ann Arbor, where University of Michigan football coach Brady Hoke is scheduled to serve as the keynote speaker. “A lot of people don’t realize the stability that he brings,” said Ben Welmers, Standish-Sterling athletic director. “A lot of people look up to Paul. “He’s been here so long that he’s kind of an icon. He’s not only a football coach, but he coaches track and teaches. I don’t think he gives himself much credit for the respect he’s brought to this area. He’s a very modest man.” A standout during his prep days at Saginaw Arthur Hill, he played on the famed 1973 team that outscored opponents 443-0 on its way to the Class A state title. Walderzak followed that up with a four-year collegiate career at the University of Nebraska, where he helped the Cornhuskers to a pair of top-10 finishes, including time spent as the No. 1-ranked team in the country. He is a member of the Arthur Hill and Saginaw County halls of fame, but it is his

See WESTERN, B3 Bay City Western’s Tyler Ellis drives to the basket against Orchard Lake St. Mary’s defender Daniel Furlong in a Class A quarterfinal game Tuesday night at Davison High School. Bay City Western won, 60-49.

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Wild weekend down, another coming up at NCAAs

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For the second straight year, the NCAA tournament had a wild first weekend filled with upsets, buzzer beaters and virtuoso performances by star players. And, for the second straight Butler forward Matt Howard, right, collides with Pittsburgh forward Nasir Robinson in a third-round game Saturday. ALEX BRANDON | THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

three No. 1 seeds. Upset specialists Butler, Marquette and Virginia Commonwealth have made it through, setting up another potential mid-major break-

through. And there are still plenty of stars, from The Jimmer to King Kemba and D-Will of the desert. It should be a fun week. Here are a few things to keep an eye on while you’re planted in that worn down recliner: See NCAA, B4

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Delta men’s soccer refuses to go down without a fight Former team captain is working to get sport reinstated

Since that announcement, the men’s soccer team is doing its best to show there is support for their team in the Saginaw Bay area. Fernando Suarez, the team’s captain last season, has been traveling to different businesses in the area and asking for support. ZACHARY REICHARD “I have been going around Bay zreichard@bc-times.com | (989) 894-9635 City, going to businesses and talking to owners. The people I have FRANKENLUST TOWNSHIP — talked to have been pretty supWhen Delta College announced it portive. They ask what they can would discontinue the volleyball do to help,” Suarez said. and men’s soccer programs while Suarez, 28, said team members establishing baseball and womhave been encouraged to get their en’s soccer teams, the university families involved, and get them said it was doing so because it to send emails to board members reflected the interest of the comexpressing their support for the team. munity.

The cause gained a bit of a boost at the March 8 Delta board meeting when Delta President Jean Goodnow announced the program will continue next season Fernando as a tranisitional Suarez season. Delta Athletic Director Greg Mallek declined to comment on the volleyball and men’s soccer programs. The long-term goal of the group, Suarez said, is to reinstate both sports that are being discontinued while also adding baseball

and women’s soccer to the varsity landscape. Delta student Hannah Olgine heard about the team’s plight while in class and decided to get involved. Olgine said the group is working to get more people at Delta’s board meetings and come up with fundraising ideas to support the team. The group is working on a petition for Delta students to sign showing their support, and Olgine said some professors at Delta have agreed to pass them around their classes. Suarez said he expects the petition to reach beyond just Delta’s campus, with soccer players going to their neighborhoods.

“Most likely we’re going to have the guys and girls on the team going around their neighborhood asking for signatures,” Suarez said. The next chance for the group to state its case is at the April 19 board meeting. Olgine said the group will be working to get as many soccer supporters there as possible. Both Olgine and Suarez are supporting the cause despite both leaving the campus soon. Olgine is in her final semester this spring and Suarez has used up his two years of eligibility with Delta. “I’m just doing this because it felt wrong,” Suarez said.

Spirit set for postseason

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SAGINAW — What does Josh Shalla, the new Saginaw Spirit single-season goals leader, remember about playing in the most exciting Spirit playoff game at The Dow Event Center? “A good four or five periods, I just sat right in the middle of the bench,” Shalla said. Shalla was a member of the Guelph Storm in the 2009 playoffs, the last time the Spirit and Storm faced off in a first-round series. Game 2 at The Dow went to two overtimes before the Spirit finally pulled out the home win, 7-6. Two years later, the series is the same — Saginaw vs. Guelph and the first round starts Friday night at The Dow — but everything is different for Shalla and two of his teammates. Shalla is one of three Spirit players who have played for the Storm, along with forward Mathew Sisca and defensemen Ben Chiarot. More Spirit players used to play for Guelph than any other Western Conference team. Shalla was traded to Saginaw three months later, arriving as a seldom-used forward, and morphing into one of the league’s highest goal scorers. And rest assured, he won’t be spending nearly as much time on the bench this series, as the Spirit look to advance to the second round for the second time in franchise history. Saginaw’s first series win was the 2009 Guelph series. “I remember Saginaw was a really hard-working

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Runners head down Center Avenue in the 38th annual Al Kayner/St. Patrick’s Day Race on Sunday afternoon in Bay City. The event had a record-setting turnout with nearly 5,000 competitors.

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From B1 — Record number turn out to run best costume,” Gasta said. “There is only so much “Some of the costumes you can control,” Gasta are very elaborate so that said. “By race day, I had could be something we pretty much given up on trying to predict the weath- look into.” On the men’s side, New er because it’s something Lothrop’s John Strycker you just can’t control.” won his fourth 5K masters, The record number finishing in 17 minutes, 55 of runners and walkers seconds. Cortland Seaver, showed the event isn’t of Freeland, was victorijust for fair-weather participants. The tradition-rich ous in the 8K with a time of 25.16. Jackson’s Brian event is one that participants look forward to every Olsen was the masters champion in 25:16. Monyear. “We have people that will trose native Rick Huber won the 5K walk in 27:47. do this race and that is it Bad Axe’s Rod Craig was for the year,” Gasta said. the masters champion, fin“It’s an event that people ishing in 28:18. get together with their On the women’s side, friends and family to cel16-year-old Kirsten Olling ebrate St. Patrick’s Day.” Gasta said the event dis- of Breckenridge won the 5K run in 18:14. Midland’s tributed $23,000 to 15 different charities in 2010. She Jill Gushow was the masters winner, finishing in expects this year’s total to 21:26. Lansing’s Amanda surpass that mark. Diapolo won the 8K in “With so many more 29:47 while Jackson’s participants, I would say Martha Olsen won the that number grew as well,” masters division in 33:33. Gasta said of the proceeds. Mayville’s Debbie Topham Even with the event won her ninth 5K walk in taking place nearly five 10 years with a 29:16 finmonths after Halloween, ish. Vassar’s Lynette Heinmany participants wore lein won her third straight costumes such as Batman masters division with a and Superman. It’s an idea time of 30:28. Complete that Gasta would like to results are available at expand. mlive.com. “There was a board Age group awards will be member that suggested mailed in the next three to we hand out a prize for four weeks, Gasta said.

Sting drop second straight

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and missed a point after try with emergency kicker Zac Nichols. This week, the Sting will SAGINAW — This time, the Saginaw Sting will have have kicker Chris Kollias available, when they kick a kicker. off at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at And if Thursday’s game The Dow Event Center. Kolagainst Eastern Kentucky lias was injured two weeks goes the way the last two ago and missed Monday’s Sting games have, that game because of a work could make all the differobligation. ence. The Sting also will have The Sting lost their second straight one-point game another offensive weapon back for the first time in Monday night in Canton, 53-52, dropping their record two weeks. Receiver Chuck Dowdell missed the Hunto 2-2. tington game because it Like their 38-37 loss was the day before his pro to Huntington March 13, day at Grand Valley State, the Sting were forced into unsuccessful two-point con- and missed Monday night’s game because of a class. version attempts throughLeveille said he will suit up out much of the game, and Thursday. those missed opportunities After this week, all of the ultimately proved the differSting’s remaining nine reguence. lar-season games are sched“We struggled on extra uled for Friday or Saturday. points for the secondLeveille said having games straight game,” said Saginaw Sting head coach Vince on weekends should allow most of his players to be Leveille, who took over the coaching duties on an inter- available moving forward. Thursday’s roster could im basis after the dismissal of John Mize last Thursday. be slightly different, Leveille said, as the team plays “Not having a kicker didn’t after a short three-day turnhelp us.” around. In Monday’s game, the A bright spot in Monday’s Sting never trailed until six game was former SVSU seconds left in the game, linebacker John Jacobs. In when Canton quarterback his indoor football debut, Tavares Woodley threw a Jacobs led the team with touchdown pass to Ryan five tackles and a pass Brinson, and Brian Kover made the extra point to put breakup. “For his first indoor footthe Cougars ahead. ball game, he played great,” The Sting made only Leveille said. 2-of-8 two-point attempts, FOR THE BAY CITY TIMES

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Derek Stone of Bay City, 23, runs in the lead at the 38th annual Al Kayner/St. Patrick’s Day Race on Sunday afternoon in downtown Bay City. Stone finished first in the 5-kilometer race.

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team,” Shalla said. “They outbattled us and they won the series. So hopefully that happens this series.” Sisca is the most recent acquisition from the Storm, coming over in October in exchange for the draft pick, and knows nearly their entire roster. “I have a couple of pains back there, pains and aches,” Sisca said. “But I can’t take any stupid penalties, talking to my friends in a playoff matchup. And you definitely don’t want to lose to your old team.” Chiarot is the other member of the trio to play in that series, and his game two contribution was more pronounced than Shalla’s — he took the boarding penalty in double overtime that allowed former Spirit defenseman T.J. Brodie to score the game-winner. This years’ series also provides a chance to examine what’s turned into a decidedly successful trade for the Spirit. The Spirit acquired Shalla and four draft picks in exchange for defenseman Adam Comrie and a pick. Shalla turned from a 14-goal scorer to a 32-goal scorer the next season and a 47-goal scorer this season. Comrie played only one season with Guelph before turning pro this season. “He made that deal worth it,” Spirit coach and General Manager Todd Watson said. Sisca said there’s a level of camaraderie among the three former Storm players. “It’s funny how we bond,” Sisca said. “You talk about how many memories you had in Guelph. But hopefully we have better memories here in the playoffs now.”

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Zion Lutheran boys capture state basketball championship

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This was Eischer’s first year back coaching the team. Having previously coached the team for BAY CITY — The Zion Lutheran about 15 years he took over again Cougars boys basketball team fin- this season after their old coach, his son Matthew Eischer, left to ished third in the state last year. The Cougars decided to top that take a new job in Grand Rapids. The team cruised through Midthis year. The Bay City-based team land-Bay City-Saginaw Lutheran capped an unbeaten season with their first Michigan Lutheran Youth League play with an unbeaten record. The Cougars compiled a Athletics state championship. 14-0 record and claimed league “It feels very special,” Zion and regional titles before winning coach Dave Eischer said. “Winning the state tournament was our state. The Cougars are made up of goal at the start of the season and 10 high school-age players from finishing on top was great.”

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Bay City’s Zion Lutheran Church and Auburn’s Grace Lutheran Church, eight of whom are seniors with one junior and one sophomore. Per the rules of their league, none of them play high school basketball for their schools. The team has been in the league off and on for about 20 years and has consistently played for the last 10, Eischer said. “It feels really good to make history and to forever remember,” team captain and senior Tyler Eischer said. In addition to the younger

Eischer, some other team members included Travis Jaskiewicz, Nathan Morford, Nolan Finborski and Austin Pichiotino, best known as Bay City Western’s quarterback. The state championship was held on the weekend of Feb. 2527, and consisted of two elimination games on Saturday then the finals on Sunday. Zion cruised through its elimination games with a 64-27 win over St. John’s Rochester and a 69-34 victory over Trinity Utica. The Cougars then clinched the

title with a 65-35 win over previously unbeaten St. Lorenz of Frankenmuth. “It was a pretty exciting game,” Dave Eischer said. “They led after the first quarter which the first time all year that we trailed. It was a new experience but little by little we kept gaining ground.” Last year the Cougars qualified for the national “Tournament of Champions” for the first time, but despite this year’s state title a return trip won’t happen because the tournament was canceled this year because of a lack of entries.

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Fennville basketball players bow their heads during a moment of silence for teammate Wes Leonard prior to a district game.

Fennville’s Wes Leonard earns All-State honors

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Western basketball team members celebrate Tuesday’s Class A state quarterfinal victory over Orchard Lake St. Mary’s. The Warriors advance to Friday’s Class A semifinal against Detroit Southeastern at the Breslin Center in East Lansing.

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From B1 — Warriors are just two wins away from a Class A state championship had virtually nothing but struggles Mary’s was the latest chapter in the outset of the fourth quarter to in its 38-year history is suddenly Western’s turnaround saga. put the game in hand. on top of the world. The Warriors Costello, the 6-foot-9 junior who Havercamp finished with 11 entered this season with just four has committed to play at MSU for points, while Tithof and Haag winning campaigns and only one 2012-13, provided the push that each had six. district title. vaulted Western past St. Mary’s. Haag and David Kolanek took Now they own their first disIn a game that was waiting for a turns guarding St. Mary’s standtrict crown since 1991, their first hero to step forward from either out Allen Robinson, containing the regional championship ever and side, Costello answered the call, senior who was coming off a Bay County’s first final four berth scoring 16 of his 31 points in a 34-point performance in the since Bay City All Saints captured stunning 24-7 third-quarter run regional final. Robinson finished back-to-back state titles in 1974that broke open a 20-20 halftime with 20 points but was never able 75. And Western’s past struggles deadlock. to break loose. are now ancient history. “We knew,” Watz said of the run. Now the Warriors head to Bre“I tell the guys that every sec“There’s a look he has that let’s slin, continuing to gain believers ond that goes off the clock, that’s you know it’s coming. It wasn’t along the way. something that’s behind you. You just him, but he leads us. And that “Those people in the stands can’t think about what’s behind was nice to see right there.” believe in us or they wouldn’t you,” Western coach Chris Watz St. Mary’s (15-10) never got be here,” Western senior Aaron said. “You can’t dwell on a bad closer than 11 points the rest Tithof said. shot or a turnover. And I think it’s of the way, and Western started “We always believed we could the same thing with the history of attacking from all angles. Aaron (get to the Final Four in Breslin). the program. That’s not something Tithof hit two big 3-pointers, Ryan Coming in, we knew it would be a we can dwell on right now.” Haag sank a pair of shots and tough road. But that was our goal, The quarterfinal win over St. Brandon Havercamp dominated and now we’re going there.”

WALDERZAK

From B1 — ’A lot of people don’t realize the time he puts in, and that’s why he’s successful’ contributions and success at even in the weight room working college and Cole is about to graduStandish-Sterling for which he will with kids and coaches. That 2008 ate while accepting a track and field be most remembered. team that went to the state (semischolarship to Central Michigan “Paul’s a great guy,” said Andrew finals) was a very special group of University, youngest son Clay just Pratley, football coach and athletic kids, but I’ve had great kids all the completed his freshman year on the director for Ogemaw Heights. “He’s way through.” gridiron for the Panthers. very passionate about the kids, and He’s even been fortunate to have “I plan on coaching next year,” he’s a great educator. For him to coached one of his own. Walderzak said. “We’ll see how accomplish what he’s accomplished Cole Walderzak just completed things go. I’m retiring from teaching in the classroom, on the track and his three-year varsity career, which this year. I’m hoping things go good on the football field, he’s just a included all-league honors as a and I could possibly coach through great guy. It’s a great honor, and it’s senior. Clay’s high school years, but that’s well deserved.” “I’ve spoken with a lot of coaches yet to be seen.” Following his playing days at and some say don’t coach your kids “One thing I don’t think a lot of Nebraska, Walderzak moved back and some say do,” Paul Walderzak people realize is that Paul is the to the area and accepted a teachsaid. “All I can say is that for me, consummate coach,” Welmers said. ing position at Standish-Sterling in and I believe for Cole, too, that it “He runs after-school weight lifting 1978. It would be the first and last was a good experience. We both programs. That leads to success on teaching position he would hold. learned a lot about each other. We the field, and he developed that. We “There’ve been a lot of special grew up together and shared things now have middle school and high moments,” Walderzak said. “Not that are special.” school weight lifting programs after all of them have been on the game It may not be the only opportuschool. He’s a year-around coach. A field, either. A lot of things that hap- nity he has to coach one of his own lot of people don’t realize the time pened that are the best memories kids. he puts in, and that’s why he’s suchappened on the practice field or While daughter Ellen is already in cessful.”

VICKSBURG — Wes Leonard’s parents quietly unwrapped the package. The contents — a framed All-State certificate bearing their son’s name — provided a brief moment of joy, followed by more pain. “It was a dream come true,” Jocelyn Leonard said in a telephone interview Tuesday. “But it’s a mixed feeling.” If Wes was alive to hear the news that he had been voted to The Associated Press Class C All-State team, Gary and Jocelyn Leonard believe he would’ve deflected credit to his teammates. “He wasn’t about himself,” Jocelyn Leonard told the AP last week at Vicksburg High School shortly after Fennville’s season-ending loss to Schoolcraft in the regional semifinals. “He was a good kid.” The world found that out this month. The 16-year-old Leonard made a game-winning shot to lift his beloved Blackhawks to a 20-0 record on March 3, then collapsed seconds later. He was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The Ottawa County medical examiner determined Leonard died of cardiac arrest due to an enlarged heart. The stunning and tragic death drew national attention to Fennville, a western Michigan town of 1,400 not far from Lake Michigan. Leonard was a football and basketball star in the tiny community and he didn’t act like one on or off the court. Fennville Area fire Chief Lowell Winne said the kid he coached in middle school football matured into a young man who made everyone better the moment he walked into a room. He said his peers wanted to be like him. “Everybody — the community, our archrivals, the media — has been unbelievably great to us,” Gary

Leonard said quietly, staring at the floor in Vicksburg High School after he and his wife visited Fennville’s locker room. “But this is just so hard.” The Leonards, who were relieved last week when their 13-year-old son was given a clean bill of health from a cardiologist, hope to create a cause in their late son’s name to become a part of his lasting legacy. Leonard was voted to the All-State team shortly after his death, receiving enough votes from a 10-person panel of Michigan sportswriters. The 6-foot-2 junior averaged about 20 points, nine rebounds and three assists in his final season. “He could’ve scored at least 30 points a game, easily, if we left him in the post,” Fennville coach Ryan Klingler said this week. “But we needed him on the outside to run our team this season and he accepted his role like the true leader he was for us.” Klingler shared coach of the year honors with Schoolcraft’s Randy Small, whose team eliminated Fennville in the regional finals. His wife has already found a place to display the certificate. “I will get to enjoy it at some point,” Klingler said in a voice little louder than a whisper. Fennville athletic director Tony Petkus gave Klingler credit for holding the team together to win a district championship, and for gracefully handling his role as the go-to voice for what became a national story. “He and Wes were very close, so it was a huge challenge for him to fight through his own emotions and still lead the team,” Petkus said. “What he did was remarkable.” Jocelyn Leonard said she’s “doing better,” but her husband and Klingler have been distraught. “It’s so hard to see my husband and Ryan still struggling to much,” she said. “It’s tough.”

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Babcock not overly concerned with Vancouver’s lead over Wings ANSAR KHAN

To have any shot at the top spot, the Red Wings needed to beat the Canucks on Wednesday DETROIT — Coach For complete results of at Joe Louis Arena. VanMike Babcock isn’t Wednesday’s game, go to mlive.com/ couver entered the game conceding the Western redwings leading Detroit by eight Conference race to the points. Each team has Vancouver Canucks, but Next: Maple Leafs nine games remaining. finishing first is not the at Red Wings, “The key is just to Detroit Red Wings’ main 7 p.m., Saturday, worry about our own focus. FSD game,” Detroit forward They want to tighten • For more coverage, Kris Draper said. “If we up defensively, play betgo to mlive.com/ can keep winning and redwings ter from start to finish at put ourselves in a situhome and get healthy. ation to catch them and “I’m not worried about ter on the road, I still win the West, then great. anything except getting think it’s a benefit at play- The focus is on fine-tunoff to a good start and off time. So the higher ing our game and getting trying to win,” Babcock you can finish, the better ready for the postseason.” said. “You’d like to finyou feel about yourself Entering the game, the ish as high as you can. going in (to the playoffs). Red Wings led the season It’s important to have “Now, that doesn’t series 2-1, losing only 6-4 home-ice advantage. Even though we’ve played bet- guarantee you anything.” on the road. FOR THE BAY CITY TIMES

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Pittsburgh’s James Neal (18) forces his way past Detroit’s Brian Rafalski to take a shot on goalie Joey MacDonald, left, in overtime Monday in Detroit. The Penguins defeated the Red Wings, 5-4, in a shootout.

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Leyland says Rhymes wins job at second DICK SCANLON FOR THE BAY CITY TIMES

LAKELAND, Fla. — Will Rhymes was named the Tigers second baseman Tuesday, but he really won the job last year. The Tigers made the decision Tuesday morning when they optioned Scott Sizemore and four other players to Toledo. “I basically told (Sizemore) I thought because of what Will did Nationals at the major league level last at Tigers year, I felt that Next: 6:05 p.m., he deserved today, FSD the first crack,” • For more coverage, go manager Jim to mlive.com/tigers Leyland said. “I’m sure he didn’t like it, but he handled it like a professional, and I really believe if the situation were reversed, Scott Sizemore would have felt the same way, that he deserved a shot first.” The 5-foot-9 Rhymes hit .304 in 54 games for the Tigers at the end of last season, his first taste of the big leagues. “Obviously I was very proud of that, but it’s 200 (actually 191) at bats. It’s a good start, and I was happy that I ended up where I did and I felt good about my time,” Rhymes said. “But it was not even two months. It’s a sample, hopefully a representative sample.” Rhymes will bat second against right-handers and perhaps against some left-handers. Leyland would not commit to Rhymes being in the starting lineup March 31 when the Tigers open the regular season against the New York Yankees and left-hander CC Sabathia. With Carlos Guillen starting the season on the disabled list, the second-base competition came down to Sizemore, who has more power,

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New York Mets baserunner Angel Pagan is forced out by Detroit Tigers second baseman Will Rhymes on a ground ball off the bat of David Wright in the first inning Tuesday in Lakeland, Fla. Rhymes has won the second base job for the Tigers, according to manager Jim Leyland. and Danny Worth, who turns a better double play. But Leyland considers Rhymes a “nice little sparkplug for us,” and said his performance in August and September put him over the top. “You’re supposed to reward people for success,” Leyland said. “What did the guy do not to reward that opportunity? To me he got an opportunity last year, he took advantage of that, and he’s done nothing to lose another opportunity, in my opinion.” Rhymes is hitting .271 in 15 games this spring. “I came in this spring pretty confident in my ability in how I played last year and my entire

NCAA Sweet Sixteen action begins today

Dynamic duos

Regional, Thursday in Anaheim, Calif. This one’s worth Jon Leuer and Jordan Tay- watching just to see what Arilor, Wisconsin. Leuer is a big zona’s Derrick Williams will banger, but also has a deft do next. Throw in the defendtouch from the perimeter. ing national champions and Taylor is difficult to keep out it’s time to let the couch mold of the lane, can also shoot around you for 21⁄2 hours. outside and has a knack for BYU vs. Florida, Southeast making big plays. Nice com- Regional, Thursday in New bination. Orleans. One word: Jimmer. Kyle Singler and Nolan Well, that and watching to Smith, Duke. Smith became see if CBS announcer Gus the first player to lead the Johnson gets fired up when ACC in scoring and assists, Fredette starts pouring ’em while Singler is as multiin. dimensional as they come. Best names They won a title together. Matt Howard and Shelvin There’s only 16 teams left Mack, Butler. Howard is the in the NCAA tournament, kind of guy who could get but still some pretty memohis teeth knocked out and rable names around the not even slow down. Mack bracket. Check ’em out: has quietly become one of Buzz Williams, Marquette the best guards in the coun- coach. Has the hair to try. They’re both winners, match. too, as evidenced by the past Shaka Smart, VCU coach. two NCAA tournaments. Hard-to-forget name is going to be heard a lot for some of Marquee matchups the bigger jobs out there. They’re all marquee at this Jimmer Fredette, BYU point, right? Well, some have guard. His first name has a little more pizzaz than oth- become a noun, a verb and ers. Here’s the ones you need an adjective. to make sure to at least get Kawhi Leonard, San Diego the DVR rollin’ for: State. The player whose first Ohio State vs. Kentucky, name sounds like a HawaiEast Regional, Friday in ian island is a stud. Newark, N.J. There’s going MoMo Jones, Arizona to be so many athletes on the guard. OK, so his real name floor it’s going to look like an is Lamont. We just like sayAll-Star game. Soaring dunks ing MoMo. and 3-pointers will be flying Now you’re set. Kick back in from everywhere. Strap in and enjoy. It’s going to be and enjoy. fun — even if your bracket is Arizona vs. Duke, West in pieces.

career, and feeling if I came in and played my game, just did what I do, that I’d be on the team,” he said. “My goal coming into camp was not to be on the team but to get ready for a big-league season.” Sizemore, who started last season’s opener at second base, split the season between Detroit and Toledo whole recovering from ankle surgery in October of 2009. Sizemore was one of five cuts Tuesday. Outfielder Clete Thomas and relief pitcher Robbie Weinhardt were also optioned to Toledeo, and reliever Fu-Te Ni and catcher Max St. Pierre were reassigned to the minor league camp.

Wilcox could be a keeper

the New York Knicks. He had Heat at Pistons FOR THE BAY CITY TIMES five rebounds in For complete results of the final two minWednesday’s game, go AUBURN HILLS — utes of that game. to mlive.com/pistons Chris Wilcox has 12 Wilcox also made games left in his curNext: Pistons at a nice outlet pass rent contract. Cavaliers, 7:30 p.m. to Rodney Stuckey The way he is playFriday, FSD for a fast-break ing right now will help • For more coverage, go bucket that tied the him earn a new conto mlive.com/pistons game at 95-all, then tract for next season, scored the winning even if that might not basket on a dunk be with the Pistons. with less than a minute remaining. Wilcox has averaged 14.5 points and 5.8 rebounds while shooting Wilcox then followed that up with 26-for-33 (78.8 percent) from the 18 points Sunday in a loss to Atlanta. field in his past four games. He is in “He’s been outstanding,” Pisthe final year of a two-year contract tons coach John Kuester said. “The with the Pistons, who have 11 games things that we’ve been working on remaining after Wednesday’s home during practice has carried over to game against the Miami Heat. what we’re doing in the games. He’s “I just know these last games, just got to continue to keep that I’ve got to go out and finish focus. He’s one of the guys who can strong,” he said.Wilcox had his play above the rim, and he’s done an best game of the season Friday outstanding job that way.” when he had 13 points and 12 Wilcox is averaging 6.5 points and rebounds in a 99-95 victory over 4.5 rebounds this season. CHRIS IOTT

Wis.-Green Bay eliminates Spartans The Horizon League champions extended their winning streak to 25 WICHITA, Kan. — Adrian Ritchie games. The Phoenix are 34-1. scored 20 points off the bench, Julie Poor shooting plagued fourthWojta added 18 as Wisconsin-Green seeded Michigan State, which shot Bay defeated Michigan State, 6537.3 percent from the field and 56, Tuesday night to advance to the committed 25 turnovers. Kalisha NCAA women’s tournament region- Keane led the Spartans (27-6) with al semifinals for the first time. 20 points. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Coaches see Lions joining NFC North contenders NEW ORLEANS — After losing 19 straight games in the NFC North, the Detroit Lions have won two straight — including a 7-3 win over the eventual Super Bowlwinning Green Bay Packers. The head coaches in the division have taken notice of Detroit’s rise and now believe the NFC North will be competitive from top to bottom. “We spend a lot of time on our division games and I’ll put our division up against anybody’s,” said Packers TOM head coach Kowalski Mike McCarthy. “I think it’s very obvious that Detroit has improved their personnel. With the high picks they’ve had, they’ve done a good job of late. They have a lot of positives, from their offensive perimeter which is going to be one of the better ones in the league. It’s just the consistency at quarterback. It’s hard to play with three quarterbacks and they did a helluva job playing with three quarterbacks.” “In our division, it’s hard to win without the right guy under center. Green Bay is a great example of that,” said Minnesota head coach Leslie Frazier. While the Lions are waiting for Matthew Stafford to stay healthy — and join the production of guys like Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Chicago’s Jay Cutler — the Vikings are still looking for their quarterback. A good quarterback can cover up a lot of ills. There’s a reason people do whatever they can to find that franchise quarterback,” Frazier said. “The Green Bay Packers are world champs — man, it’s hard to say that,” said Bears head coach Lovie Smith. “When you have the world champion in your division and Minnesota was in an NFC championship game not long ago and everybody wants to talk about the improvements that Detroit has made, it’s a tough division. It’s a quarterback division — with tough defense. From top to bottom, you’ve got to be ready. We think we match up well within the division.” With the Packers winning the Super Bowl last year, some forget that it was the Bears who won the NFC North. All the coaches believe the competition will only get better and, for a change, it will include the Lions. “I think we have gained a little bit of confidence in our division,” said Lions head coach Jim Schwartz. “We played Chicago — they were a final four team — and we played them really close, less than a touchdown both times. We split with Green Bay and played a tough game at Lambeau and we haven’t played a good game out there in awhile. It’s business as usual in the NFL — everybody’s good, everybody’s dangerous and every coach can find a way where every team can potentially beat them.” McCarthy believes the Lions will take a big step up when Stafford stays healthy and in the huddle. “I think they’re a young, excellent football team that is going to be much improved next year,” he said. “Any time you play with a number of different quarterbacks, it’s going to affect your team. I think once they get Matthew healthy and get more consistency there, they’re definitely going to be a challenge for us.” While quarterbacks might grab the headlines, the NFC North also is becoming a haven for pass rushers. The Bears added Julius Peppers last year, the Packers have Clay Matthews and the Lions revamped almost their entire defensive line and are now led by Ndamakong Suh, defensive rookie of the year.


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SPORTS THE BAY CITY TIMES

Menard proving he’s fast – not just a wealthy name

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already led a career-high 49 laps this season — he led 28 in 2008 — and has two top-10 finishes after scoring just eight of them through his first 147 races. Labbe, who began working with Menard at the start of last season with RPM, praised his driver for a dedicated work ethic and commitment to learn as much as he can about the car. “He’s a really, really smart kid,” Labbe said. “He gets in early, spends a lot of time with myself and the two engineers and asks a lot of questions. He’s trying to learn the simulation side of it. I told him he needs to stop letting people knock him around on the track, and he’s working really hard on that. I told him he needs to be perfect on pit road, and he spends a lot of time practicing getting onto pit road, understanding the timing lines. He’s trying to get better at everything he does. You push him, but he FILE | THE ASSOCIATED PRESS takes it well.” Paul Menard stands by his car after qualifying for the NASCAR Daytona 500 in February. A fifth-place finish Sunday at Bristol Motor Menard gives a lot of Speedway — just his third top-five in 151 career starts in NASCAR’s elite Sprint Cup Series — moved him up one spot to fifth in the credit to Labbe, who had standings. He’s the highest ranked RCR driver and has been the highest-finishing RCR driver in three of four races this year. nothing at RCR when they made their move in December. But because “I feel bad for Paul, ing for one of NASCAR’s we’ve had issues with that. him back to a ninth-place RPM was cutting back from because everybody looks top teams has finally given We’ve brought it to the finish. He was OK with a four teams to two, and the at him as a fortunate son, Menard the opportunity to attention to the people that 17th-place finish at Phoethe kid who has a billionshow he’s talented. mattered, and it kind of nix, but Labbe said Monday economy had led to layoffs at other teams, Labbe was aire dad who just buys He could have had the seemed like it fell on deaf if not for a bad crew chief able to hand-pick his team him rides,” said crew chief skills of seven-time chamears sometimes. call near the end of the members from a deep pool Slugger Labbe, who moved pion Richard Petty, but so “Richard wants the race at Las Vegas, Menard of talent. with Menard from RPM to long as he was in mediocre No. 27 team to succeed. would have finished far His group worked hard RCR. to substandard equipment, He’s very personally invest- better than the 12th he through the short offseason “I hope sooner or later nobody would have known. ed in it, and it’s cool to be earned. on starting RCR’s fourth people start looking at him With RCR, Menard is cera part of.” Then came Sunday at team, and the depth of the as Paul Menard the race tain that Labbe is getting Menard has shown prom- Bristol, where Menard led car driver, not the fortunate full access to team owner ise right from the start at 35 laps while driving down organization has given Labbe time to spend attenson.” Richard Childress’ toolbox. RCR. a cylinder for more than tion on details — a luxury On-track results are the “I’ve got all the confiHe led 11 laps in the half the race to finish a only way to change percep- dence that Richard is going Daytona 500 and was in career-best fifth. His previ- they didn’t have at undertion, and Menard is working to give me what I need,” position to make a run at ous best at Bristol was 16th funded RPM — and have cars ready to race when hard to prove himself. But Menard said. “In the past, the win until the typical in 2008. they arrive at the track. there’s no denying that driv- without getting into details, late-race chaos shuffled All told, Menard has

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Shame on all those people who accused Paul Menard of milking his family fortune for a ride in NASCAR. Of course, that’s exactly what it looked like as Menard sputtered along, failing to put up any reasonable results while racing free of job security issues. Armed with sponsorship from his father’s chain of home improvement stores, Menard always had a healthy list of teams willing to give him a car despite four winless seasons at NASCAR’s top level. Funding from Menards, a Midwest-based chain, got the driver a job first at Dale Earnhardt Inc., then Yates Racing, last season at Richard Petty Motorsports and now Richard Childress Racing. But the August hiring by RCR was met with criticism: Money was the only thing Menard had that qualified him for a ride with such a prestigious organization. Well, through the first month of his new job, Menard is getting the last laugh. His fifth-place finish Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway — just his third top-five in 151 career starts in NASCAR’s elite Sprint Cup Series — moved him up one spot to fifth in the standings. He’s the highestranked RCR driver, and has been the highest-finishing RCR driver in three of four races this year. Not too shabby for the new driver at an organization that put three in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship last season.

PGA Tour organizers consider ending Q-school path to making the grade

DOUG FERGUSON

These are the stories and the emotions of Q-school for those who earn a ticket to the PGA Tour. And this is what the PGA Tour wants to take away. “I don’t think I necessarily like that,” said J.B. Holmes, speaking from experience. Holmes went straight from Kentucky to the Walker Cup to all three stages of Q-school and had his PGA Tour card. Two months later, he won the Phoenix Open. And then there’s Rickie Fowler. He also made it through Q-school on his first try at age 21.

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Someone’s dream comes true every December. It could be an All-American from a golf powerhouse or a guy who has been toiling on the minitours for longer than he cares to remember. It could be someone as old as Allen Doyle (48) or as young as Ty Tryon (17). Some of them are so choked up they can’t speak. Others are so excited they can’t stop talking.

12 UAB 52 12 Clemson 70

16 UTSA 70 16 Alabama St. 61

Cleveland Charlotte, N.C.

Sweet 16

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5 West Virginia 84 12 Clemson 76

West Virginia 63

Elite Eight

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Kentucky 4 Kentucky 59 13 Princeton 57

11 Marquette 66

Newark, N.J.

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April 2

San Antonio

7 Washington 68 10 Georgia 65

Washington 83

9 Tennessee 45

April 4

Richmond 69

12

Morehead St. 48

Louisville 61 Morehead St. 62

Fri.

Houston

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Georgetown 56

6

VCU 74

11

Purdue 76

Purdue 65 St. Peter’s 43

14

Florida State 71

Texas A&M 50 Florida State 57

7 10

Notre Dame 57

Notre Dame 69 Akron 56

15

Houston

Duke 73

Pittsburgh 70

Butler 71 Thurs.

Arizona 70

Thurs.

Arizona

Cincinnati 58

Anaheim, CA

Temple 64

New Orleans

Wisconsin 70

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Wisconsin 72

4

Belmont 58

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11

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BYU BYU 89

San Diego St. 71

16

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UCLA 65

BYU 74

3

Wofford 66

14

UCLA 78 Michigan St. 76

7 10

Florida 79

2 15

Florida Florida 73

UC-SB 51

Tampa, Fla.

7 Temple 66 10 Penn State 64

Kansas State 65

Gonzaga 67

UConn UConn 69

1

UNC Asheville 51

Wisconsin

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3 UConn 81 14 Bucknell 52

Pittsburgh 74

2

Denver

6 Cincinnati 78 11 Missouri 63

3

Butler

Michigan 71

Texas 69

4 13

Florida State

UNC 86

4 Texas 85 13 Oakland 81

2 San Diego St. 68 15 N. Colorado 50

5

Tucson, Ariz.

5 Arizona 77 12 Memphis 75

Vanderbilt 66

Richmond 65

Houston Fri.

Duke 8 Michigan 75

8 9

VCU

Championship Game

UNC

16 Hampton 45

Illinois 59

UNLV 62 Illinois 73

VCU 94

Syracuse 62

1 Duke 87

1 16

SOUTHWEST

Marquette 66 Marquette

2 UNC 102 15 LIU 87

Kansas 73

Richmond

Kentucky 71

3 Syracuse 77 14 Indiana State 60

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Kansas

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Washington

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Washington

Ohio State 98

8 Geo. Mason 61 9 Villanova 57

6 Xavier 55

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Third Round

16 UNC Asheville 81 16 Ark. LR 77

Denver

Tampa, Fla.

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First Round

Dayton, Ohio

According to the PGA Tour media guide, Q-school has been around since 1965. A record 57 players earned PGA Tour cards in 1983. But as the minor leagues took root, tour officials began taking away the number of cards offered at Q-school and giving more to the top Nationwide players. The thinking was they proved themselves over an entire season. The next move appears to be radical. The policy board has given preliminary approval to a concept that essentially would end

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Cleveland

Second Round

Ten months later, he birdied the last four holes at Celtic Manor to earn an improbable halve in a critical singles match at the Ryder Cup. Why take away an opportunity like that? Because of all the other stories that don’t have such a happy ending. “There is some charm to that,” David Duval said of Q-school. “But history shows that romanticism, as attractive as it may be, leads to failure 10 months later when you lose your card and you’re back in the cycle.”

Q-school as we know it. At the end of the regular season in Greensboro, N.C., the top 125 in the standings would go to the FedEx Cup playoffs and the money list would be closed for the year. The next 50 or 75 players would join the top 50 or 75 players from the Nationwide Tour to play the “Finals Series,” comprised of three tournaments that amount to a different kind of playoffs. The top 50 players from those three tournaments would earn their cards for the next season.

Butler’s calm demeanor leads to last-second wins MICHAEL MAROT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

INDIANAPOLIS — Matt Howard stood at the free-throw line Saturday with 0.8 seconds left and a whole nation waiting to see if Butler could eliminate another No. 1 seed. He made it look easy. Buzzer-beating shots and last-second free throws have become a way of life for Butler recently, sustaining two consecutive runs into the NCAA’s regional round and turning the Bulldogs into the Ice Men. “There was no question he (Howard) was going to make that free throw. You just knew it,” coach Brad Stevens said Sunday. “It’s really, really hard to do that, but Matt stepped up and did it.” Whatever it takes, Butler almost always seems to get the job done. Before Howard’s free throw and intentionally missed second shot sealed Saturday’s bizarre victory, it was Andrew Smith’s inadvertent tip to Howard for the layup winner against Old Dominion. Before that, it was Howard’s pick at mid-

court that gave former teammate Gordon Hayward an open look for a half-court heave that nearly beat Duke in last year’s title game. And before that, it was Hayward’s rebound to seal the Final Four win over Michigan State and before that it was Hayward’s steal to preserve a second-round win over Murray State. How does Butler do it? They say they simply focus on all the little things and making big plays part of their regular routine. “I’ve just been fortunate to be in the right position,” Howard said. “You can’t get much easier than a layup and a free throw.” Teammates and coaches have different explanations for the last-second heroics. Shooting guard Shelvin Mack, whose foul with 1.4 seconds left Saturday nearly cost Butler the game, believes the success is a direct result of Stevens’ calm, confident sideline demeanor. Mack believes that resonates with a veteran team and has helped the Bulldogs to stay composed when others come unglued.


B6 THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2011

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On Television • 3 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Arnold Palmer Invitational. • 6:30 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour Kia Classic. SATURDAY Auto Racing • 1 p.m. (SPEED) NASCAR Racing Nationwide: Fontana, Qualifying. • 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) NASCAR Racing Nationwide: Fontana. • 1:30 a.m. (SPEED) Formula One Australian Grand Prix. MLB Baseball • 4 p.m. (ESPN2) Preseason Chicago Cubs at Texas. High School Basketball • 10 a.m. (FSD) MICHIGAN Class D, Final. • 12 p.m. (FSD) MICHIGAN Class A, Final. • 4 p.m. (FSD) MICHIGAN Class C, Final. • 10 p.m. (FSD) MICHIGAN Class B, Final. (Same-day Tape) Women’s College Basketball • 12 p.m. (ESPN) NCAA Tournament, Regional Semifinal. • 2 p.m. (ESPN) NCAA Tournament, Regional Semifinal. • 9 p.m. (ESPN) NCAA Tournament, Regional Semifinal. • 11:30 p.m. (ESPN2) NCAA Tournament, Regional Semifinal. College Basketball • 1 p.m. (5) NCAA Division II Tournament, Final. • 4:20 p.m. (5) NCAA Tournament, Regional Final. • 6:55 p.m. (5) NCAA Tournament, Regional Final. NBA Basketball • 8:30 p.m. (WGN-A) Chicago at Milwaukee. • 12:30 a.m. (FSD) Indiana at DETROIT. (Same-day Tape) Boxing • 9:45 p.m. (HBO) Yuriorkis Gamboa vs. Jorge Solis, Featherweights. Golf • 9 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Tour Open de Andalucia. • 12:30 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Arnold Palmer Invitational. • 2:30 p.m. (25) PGA Tour Arnold Palmer Invitational. • 6:30 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour Kia Classic. NHL Hockey • 7 p.m. (FSD) Toronto at DETROIT.

BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct y-Boston 50 19 .725 Philadelphia 36 34 .514 New York 35 35 .500 New Jersey 22 47 .319 Toronto 20 50 .286 Southeast Division W L Pct x-Miami 48 22 .686 x-Orlando 45 26 .634 Atlanta 40 31 .563 Charlotte 28 41 .406 Washington 17 52 .246 Central Division W L Pct y-Chicago 51 19 .729 Indiana 31 40 .437 Milwaukee 28 41 .406 Detroit 25 45 .357 Cleveland 13 56 .188

GB — 141/2 151/2 28 301/2 GB — 31/2 81/2 191/2 301/2 GB — 201/2 221/2 26 371/2

NBA WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct GB x-San Antonio 57 13 .814 — x-Dallas 49 21 .700 8 1 New Orleans 40 31 .563 17 /2 1 Memphis 39 32 .549 18 /2 1 Houston 37 34 .521 20 /2 Northwest Division W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 45 24 .652 — Denver 42 29 .592 4 Portland 41 30 .577 5 Utah 36 35 .507 10 Minnesota 17 54 .239 29 Pacific Division W L Pct GB y-L.A. Lakers 51 20 .718 — Phoenix 35 34 .507 15 Golden State 30 41 .423 21 L.A. Clippers 27 44 .380 24 Sacramento 17 52 .246 33 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division Tuesday’s Games Chicago 114, Atlanta 81 Portland 111, Washington 76 L.A. Lakers 139, Phoenix 137,3OT Wednesday’s Games Indiana at Charlotte, 7 p.m. New Jersey at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Memphis at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Miami at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Sacramento at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. Utah at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. Orlando at New York, 8 p.m. Golden State at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Toronto at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Washington at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. San Antonio at Denver, 10:30 p.m. Thursday’s Games Minnesota at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. New Orleans at Utah, 9 p.m. Friday’s Games Sacramento at Indiana, 7 p.m. New Jersey at Orlando, 7 p.m. Charlotte at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at New York, 7:30 p.m. Memphis at Chicago, 8 p.m. Minnesota at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. Washington at Denver, 9 p.m. New Orleans at Phoenix, 10 p.m. San Antonio at Portland, 10 p.m. Toronto at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.

NCAA MEN’S TOURNAMENT EAST REGIONAL At The Prudential Center Newark, N.J. Regional Semifinals Friday, March 25 North Carolina (28-7) vs. Marquette (2214), 7:15 p.m. Ohio State (34-2) vs. Kentucky (27-8), 9:45 p.m.

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THURSDAY MLB Baseball • 5 p.m. (ESPN2) Preseason Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs. • 6 p.m. (FSD) Preseason Washington at DETROIT. College Basketball • 7:15 p.m. (5) NCAA Tournament, Connecticut vs. San Diego State. • 7:27 p.m. (WTBS) NCAA Tournament, Brigham Young vs. Florida. • 9:45 p.m. (5) NCAA Tournament, Arizona vs. Duke. • 9:57 p.m. (WTBS) NCAA Tournament, Butler vs. Wisconsin. Golf • 10:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Tour Open de Andalucia. • 3 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Arnold Palmer Invitational.. • 6:30 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour Kia Classic. FRIDAY Auto Racing • 7 p.m. (SPEED) NASCAR Sprint Cup: Auto Club 400, Qualifying. • 2 a.m. (SPEED) Formula One Australian Grand Prix. MLB Baseball • 1 p.m. (ESPN) Preseason Atlanta at Philadelphia. • 4 p.m. (WGN-A) Preseason Seattle at Chicago Cubs. Women’s College Basketball • 8 p.m. (ESPN2) NCAA Division II Tournament, Final. College Basketball • 7 p.m. (5) NCAA Tournament, Marquette vs. North Carolina. • 7:27 p.m. (WTBS) NCAA Tournament, Richmond vs. Kansas. • 9:45 p.m. (5) NCAA Tournament, Kentucky vs. Ohio State. • 9:57 p.m. (WTBS) NCAA Tournament, Virginia Commonwealth vs. Florida State. NBA Basketball • 7:30 p.m. (FSD) DETROIT at Cleveland. Boxing • 10 p.m. (ESPN2) Erislandy Lara (15-0, 10 KOs) vs. Carlos Molina (17-4, 5 KOs) in a light middleweight bout. Golf • 10:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Tour Open de Andalucia.

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SOUTHEAST REGIONAL At New Orleans Arena Regional Semifinals Thursday, March 24 Florida (28-7) vs. BYU (32-4), 7:27 p.m. Butler (25-9) vs. Wisconsin (25-8), 9:57 p.m. SOUTHWEST REGIONAL At The Alamodome San Antonio Regional Semifinals Friday, March 25 Kansas (34-2) vs. Richmond (29-7), 7:27 p.m. Florida State (23-10) vs. Virginia Commonwealth (26-11), 9:57 p.m. WEST REGIONAL At The Honda Center Anaheim, Calif. Regional Semifinals Thursday, March 24 San Diego State (34-2) vs. Connecticut (28-9), 7:15 p.m. Duke (32-4) vs. Arizona (29-7), 9:45 p.m.

NCAA WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT PHILADELPHIA REGIONAL Second Round Monday, March 21 At Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pa. DePaul 75, Penn State 73 At Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham, N.C. Duke 71, Marist 66 Tuesday, March 22 At Harry A. Gampel Pavilion Storrs, Conn. Connecticut 64, Purdue 40 At Comcast Center College Park, Md. Georgetown 79, Maryland 57 DAYTON REGIONAL Second Round Monday, March 21 At Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee 79, Marquette 70 At St. John Arena Columbus, Ohio Ohio State 67, Georgia Tech 60 At Huntsman Center Salt Lake City Notre Dame 77, Temple 64 Tuesday, March 22 At John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville, Va. Oklahoma 88, Miami 83 SPOKANE REGIONAL Second Round Monday, March 21 At Maples Pavilion Stanford, Calif. Stanford 75, St. John’s 49 At The Pit/Bob King Court Albuquerque, N.M. North Carolina 86, Kentucky 74 At McCarthey Athletic Center Spokane, Wash. Gonzaga 89, UCLA 75 Tuesday, March 22 At Cintas Center Cincinnati Louisville 85, Xavier 75 DALLAS REGIONAL Second Round Tuesday, March 22 At Ferrell Center Waco, Texas Baylor 82, West Virginia 68 At Intrust Bank Arena Wichita, Kan. Wisconsin-Green Bay 65, Michigan State 56 At Auburn Arena Auburn, Ala. Georgia 61, Florida State 59 At CenturyTel Center Shreveport, La. Texas A&M 70, Rutgers 48

CLASS C ALL-STATE FIRST TEAM Dwaun Anderson, Suttons Bay, 6-3, Sr. (Player of the Year) London Burris, Muskegon Western Michigan Christian, 5-9, Sr. Kody Chandler, Schoolcraft, 6-0, Sr. Gabe Eppert, Ishpeming, 6-3, Sr. George Goodman, Saginaw Buena Vista,

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Goodell confirms Lions’ appeal

Friend: Bonds had me research steroids

Commissioner Roger Goodell says an appeal has been filed after the NFL ruled last month that the Detroit Lions violated the league’s policy against tampering. The league ruled last month the Lions must forfeit their upcoming seventhround draft pick and exchange fifthround picks with Kansas City because of violations last year involving players under contract with the Chiefs.

A star government witness in the Barry Bonds perjury trial took the stand Wednesday morning and testified that the slugger ordered him in 1999 to research the effects of a steroid. Steve Hoskins and Bonds grew up together in San Mateo County. As adults, Hoskins had a bitter falling out with Bonds while serving as his business partner. Under questioning from federal prosLawrence Taylor gets probation ecutor Matt Parrella, a jittery Hoskins The teenage girl at the center of the testified that in 1999 Bonds ordered him sex-crimes case against football great to research the benefits and side effects Lawrence Taylor made a surprise appear- of the steroid Winstrol. ance at his sentencing Tuesday, eager to Salazar returns after losing eye declare that he should be behind bars. She was denied the chance to speak Atlanta Braves minor-league manager in court, and Taylor was sentenced to Luis Salazar returned to camp Wednessix years’ probation, as agreed when he day, two weeks after being struck in the pleaded guilty in January to sexual mis- face by a foul ball and losing his left eye. conduct and patronizing an underage “I’m very fortunate to be alive,” Salaprostitute. zar said. “God gave me a second chance in this life, and I’m going to take advanDez Bryant ejected from mall tage of it.” Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez BryHe hopes to join his Class A Lynchant was ejected from an upscale Dallas burg team in April near the start of the shopping mall after a dispute over the Carolina League season. sagging pants worn by him and some MLB team values up 7 percent companions. A Tuesday police statement says offiForbes’ annual report finds the avercers working off-duty Saturday as secu- age value of Major League Baseball rity at NorthPark Center encountered teams has increased 7 percent from last Bryant and three companions and asked year to an all-time high of $523 million. them to pull up their trousers, Bryant The New York Yankees, worth $1.7 launched into a profanity-laced tirade billion, lead the way for the 14th straight that prompted the officers to escort the year since Forbes began valuing franfour from the mall. chises in 1998. Only three teams’ values didn’t increase: the New York Mets, San Diego Padres and Cleveland Indians.

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NEW ORLEANS — There’s no telling how long the NFL’s work stoppage will last — or whether the 2011 regular season will start on time. While the labor dispute with players was the “primary focus” of two days of owners meetings, according to Commissioner Roger Goodell, the league also carried on with business as usual, discussing rules changes that included moving kickoffs up 5 yards to the 35, and using replays on all scoring plays. “We are certainly planning on having a full season,” Goodell said at a news conference closing the two-day meetings. “That’s our objective, and we’re going to work as hard as we can to make that become a reality.” Whenever games do resume, kickoffs will look slightly different because the starting yard line changed, and coverage players now will be limited to lining up 5 yards or fewer from the spot of the kickoff — part of a proposal that passed 26-6. Owners did not change where touchbacks will go (that’s still the 20, not the originally proposed 25) or the number of players allowed in a blocking wedge (that remains at two, not the proposed zero). Joshua Cribbs, the Cleveland Browns’ standout returner, wasn’t thrilled by the changes, tweeting: “Essentially taking returners out of the game ... injuries will still take place, then what move it up again, or eliminate it all together.” Team owners also voted 30-2 to make all scoring plays reviewable by the replay official and referee. The replay official now can call for the referee to review any scoring play. Previously, replay officials only could order reviews in the final two minutes and in overtime. Another proposal, adopted unanimously, gives the commissioner the power to approve or deny requests to change the color of the playing field from green.

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Izzo to serve as NCAA studio analyst Final Four-seasoned coach Tom Izzo will serve as a studio analyst for the NCAA tournament this week. Izzo, who led Michigan State to six of the last 12 Final Fours and the 2000 national championship, will work in the Atlanta studio for the regional semifinals Thursday and Friday on CBS and TBS.

Figure Skating France offers championships to Japan France is offering the 2012 world figure skating championships to Japan as a sign of solidarity after its recent deadly earthquake and tsunami. The 2012 worlds are scheduled for Nice from March 26 to April 1 but the French Ice Sports Federation has asked the International Skating Union to let Japan organize them.

5-9, Sr. Dylan Schuette, Hanover-Horton, 6-5, Sr. Edmond Shinevarre, Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central, 5-9, Sr. Marcel Smith, Melvindale Academy for Business and Tech, 5-9, Sr. Travon Baker, Detroit Consortium Prep, 5-11, Jr. Wes Leonard, Fennville, 6-2, Jr. Monte Morris, Flint Beecher, 5-10, So. Co-Coaches of the Year: Ryan Klingler, Fennville Randy Small, Schoolcraft SPECIAL MENTION (nominees receiving two or more votes from the 10-member panel): Marshall Leipprandt, Ubly; Taron Ramsey, Melvindale Academy for Business and Tech; Sean Sheldon, Traverse City St. Francis Coach: Seth Coffing, Lincoln-Alcona HONORABLE MENTION (nominees receiving one or no votes from the 10member panel): Donnovan Aleman, Genesee; Alex Beeler, L’Anse; Daniel Bolster, Dundee; Taylor Borst, Mancelona; Brandon Crawford, Montabella; Brendan Green, Burton Bentley; Nic Greenwood, Clinton; Charley Helmer, Montabella; Malik Houston, Saginaw Buena Vista; Vincent Hunter, Detroit Consortium Prep; Michael Kamp, Bridgman; Austin Marine, LeRoy Pine River; Brandon Moore, Montague; Jon Moore, Jackson Vandercook Lake; Luke Morrison, Elk Rapids; Tanner Nichols, White Pigeon; Spencer Nielsen, Jonesville; Matt O’Brien, Maple City Glen Lake; Luke Ryskamp, Schoolcraft; Scott Smith, Sand Creek; Carl Snyder, Fife Lake Forest Area; Sam Spink, Hanover-Horton; Landon Spitzley, Pewamo-Westphalia; Alex Storm, Marlette; Jimmy Van Nortwick, Meridian; Dan Vear, Hillsdale; Jordan Walker, Madison Heights Bishop Foley; Derrick Washington, Saginaw Buena Vista; Janis Zicans, Holton Coaches: Cam Gatrell, Montabella; Mike Miller, Bridgman; Dave Osborne, Montague; Paul Varner, Jackson Vandercook Lake

CLASS D ALL-STATE FIRST TEAM Jordan Chartier, Eben Superior Central, 6-3, Sr. (Co-Player of the Year) Garrison Glowniak, Marine City Cardinal Mooney, 6-0, Sr. Joe Larson, Chassell, 6-3, Sr. Drew Janer, Bay City All Saints, 6-3, Sr. (Co-Player of the Year) Randy Moore, Marcellus Howardsville Christian, 6-0, Sr. Durant Vega, Wyoming Tri-unity Christian, 5-10, Sr. Calvin Amey, Carsonville-Port Sanilac, 6-3, Jr. Christopher Hass, Pellston, 6-4, Jr. Lucas Landis, Mason County Eastern, 6-3, Jr. Tyler Walden, Fulton, 5-11, Jr. Coach of the Year: Cary Chartier, Eben Superior Central SPECIAL MENTION (nominees receiving two or more votes from the 10-member panel): Austin Karbowski, Waterford Our Lady; Connor McLeod, Cedarville; Drew Perrin, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian; Sami Shalabi, Ann Arbor Central Academy; Ryan Watz, Morrice HONORABLE MENTION (nominees receiving one or no votes from the 10member panel): Stone Beckwith, Beal City; Joey Blauwkamp, Wyoming Tri-unity Christian; Brett Bovee, Morenci; Travis Byard, Au GresSims; Jalen Carter, Big Rapids Crossroads Academy; Justin Denney, Genesee Christian; Nick Doyle, Manistee Catholic Central; Tim Dunstan, Dollar Bay; Shane Hentkowski, Posen; Collin Hewitt, Harbor Light Christian; Blake Hohlbein, Adrian Lenawee Christian; Corey Hungerford, Fulton; Kevin Kraatz, Allen Park Inter-City Baptist; Christian Novak, Bear Lake; Derek Pistulka, Rapid River; Josh Puroll, Boyne Falls; Jason Ribecky, Muskegon Catholic Central; Malachi Satterlee, ClimaxScotts; Tyren Sheppard, Kalamazoo Phoenix; Peter Sullivan, Hillsdale Academy; Stephen

MSU hires CCHA commish to coach Michigan State hired a new men’s hockey coach Wednesday, tapping Central Collegiate Hockey Association commissioner Tom Anastos. “He’s never failed at anything he’s done,” Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis said in a telephone interview.

Soccer Ochocinco tries out for MLS team NFL star Chad Ochocinco has started his tryout with Kansas City’s MSL soccer team. Ochocinco began his four-day trial on Wednesday with Sporting Kansas City, moving fluidly on the field on a cold day. More than 40 media members were on hand to watch the locked-out NFL player.

Sykes, Litchfield; Joe Wall, Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary Coaches: Steve Hentkowski, Posen; Mark Keeler, Wyoming Tri-unity Christian; Mike Showalter, Bay City All Saints

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NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pt x-Phila. 72 44 19 9 97 Pittsburgh 73 42 23 8 92 NY Rngrs 74 40 30 4 84 New Jersey 73 34 35 4 72 NY Islndrs 74 29 33 12 70 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pt Boston 72 40 22 10 90 Montreal 74 40 27 7 87 Buffalo 73 36 28 9 81 Toronto 74 33 31 10 76 Ottawa 73 27 37 9 63 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pt x-Wash. 74 43 21 10 96 Tampa By 73 39 23 11 89 Carolina 73 34 29 10 78 Atlanta 72 30 30 12 72 Florida 73 29 34 10 68

GF GA 232 195 213 181 216 179 155 186 208 235 GF GA 217 176 200 187 216 208 195 225 167 227 GF GA 203 180 216 222 205 217 202 238 182 199

AUTO RACING NASCAR SPRINT CUP JEFF BYRD 500 Sunday At Bristol Motor Speedway Bristol, Tenn. Lap length: .533 miles (Start position in parentheses) 1. (12) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 500 laps, 132.6 rating, 47 points, $192,416. 2. (1) Carl Edwards, Ford, 500, 120.1, 43, $184,691. 3. (6) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 500, 135.6, 43, $159,861. 4. (11) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 500, 95.2, 40, $142,161. 5. (4) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 500, 107.2, 40, $94,925. 6. (15) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 500, 115.1, 39, $147,136. 7. (20) Kurt Busch, Dodge, 500, 107.7, 37, $140,150. 8. (2) Greg Biffle, Ford, 500, 97.3, 36, $106,375. 9. (10) Kasey Kahne, Toyota, 500, 105.6, 35, $117,383. 10. (21) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 500, 98.2, 35, $129,975. 11. (22) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 500, 79.2, 33, $98,600. 12. (9) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 500, 92.9, 32, $98,125. 13. (16) Bobby Labonte, Toyota, 500, 88.4, 31, $117,845. 14. (7) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 500, 84.8, 30, $126,086. 15. (14) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 500, 75.5, 29, $120,066. 16. (5) David Ragan, Ford, 500, 80.7, 28, $96,775. 17. (8) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 500, 94.2, 28, $101,175. 18. (23) Brad Keselowski, Dodge, 500, 66.9, 26, $112,408. 19. (13) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 500, 80.4, 25, $129,583. 20. (17) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 498, 63.3, 24, $96,675. 21. (24) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 498, 57.2, 23, $122,389.

NHL WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pt 73 43 21 9 95 74 39 25 10 88 72 39 25 8 86 73 33 29 11 77 73 32 32 9 73 Northwest Division GP W L OT Pt y-Vancouver 73 47 17 9 103 Calgary 75 37 27 11 85 Minnesota 74 35 31 8 78 Colorado 72 28 36 8 64 Edmonton 73 23 40 10 56 Pacific Division GP W L OT Pt San Jose 73 42 23 8 92 Phoenix 75 40 24 11 91 LA 73 41 26 6 88 Anaheim 72 40 27 5 85 Dallas 72 38 25 9 85 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division Detroit Nashville Chicago Columbus St. Louis

GF GA 237 209 193 173 234 202 199 223 202 216 GF GA 238 172 227 216 185 207 203 254 176 240 GF GA 211 191 215 208 199 177 204 208 203 202

Tuesday’s Games Washington 5, Philadelphia 4, SO Colorado 5, Columbus 4, SO Boston 4, New Jersey 1 N.Y. Rangers 1, Florida 0 Carolina 4, Ottawa 3 Buffalo 2, Montreal 0 N.Y. Islanders 5, Tampa Bay 2 Nashville 3, Edmonton 1 Toronto 3, Minnesota 0 Phoenix 2, St. Louis 1 Wednesday’s Games Vancouver at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Florida at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Anaheim at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Calgary at San Jose, 10 p.m. Thursday’s Games Montreal at Boston, 7 p.m. Atlanta at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Ottawa at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Edmonton at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Anaheim at Nashville, 8 p.m. Toronto at Colorado, 9 p.m. Columbus at Phoenix, 10 p.m. San Jose at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. Friday’s Games New Jersey at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Florida at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m. Washington at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Vancouver at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Carolina at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.

NCAA DIVISION I TOURNAMENT East Regional At Bridgeport, Conn. Friday, March 25 Semifinals Minnesota-Duluth vs. Union, N.Y., 3 p.m.

22. (3) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 498, 69.7, 22, $113,645. 23. (18) Joey Logano, Toyota, 497, 67.2, 21, $95,675. 24. (36) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 497, 69.9, 20, $124,283. 25. (37) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, 497, 50.2, 19, $100,933. 26. (35) Travis Kvapil, Ford, 496, 47.4, 0, $97,683. 27. (29) David Gilliland, Ford, 495, 67.3, 18, $96,322. 28. (41) Tony Raines, Ford, 494, 45.1, 16, $90,625. 29. (31) Bill Elliott, Chevrolet, 493, 39.5, 15, $85,025. 30. (26) David Reutimann, Toyota, 493, 40.3, 14, $110,583. 31. (28) A J Allmendinger, Ford, 493, 43.8, 13, $118,311. 32. (42) Andy Lally, Chevrolet, 491, 34.6, 12, $90,800. 33. (25) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 488, 42.5, 11, $131,225. 34. (19) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 482, 57.6, 0, $89,200. 35. (27) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, engine, 456, 55.4, 9, $125,308. 36. (30) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 441, 33.4, 8, $108,314. 37. (43) Casey Mears, Toyota, 427, 48.9, 7, $81,050. 38. (40) Dennis Setzer, Dodge, suspension, 336, 26.8, 6, $81,000. 39. (33) Robby Gordon, Dodge, accident, 127, 51.6, 5, $80,950. 40. (38) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, brakes, 97, 38.2, 4, $80,875. 41. (34) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, brakes, 72, 30.4, 0, $80,800. 42. (32) Landon Cassill, Toyota, brakes, 36, 32.4, 0, $80,720. 43. (39) Michael McDowell, Toyota, brakes, 35, 29.6, 1, $80,289. Top 12 in Points 1. Ku.Busch, 150; 2. C.Edwards, 149; 3. T.Stewart, 138; 4. R.Newman, 138; 5. P.Menard, 136; 6. Ky.Busch, 133; 7. J.Johnson, 130; 8. J.Montoya, 126; 9. D.Earnhardt Jr., 124; 10. M.Truex Jr., 123; 11. M.Martin, 123; 12. K.Kahne, 122.

GOLF TRANSITIONS CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday At Innisbrook (Copperhead Course) Palm Harbor, Fla. Purse: $5.5 million Yardage: 7,332; Par: 71 Final (a-amateur) Gary Woodland (500), $990,00067-68-67-67 — Webb Simpson (300), $594,00067-67-67-69 — Scott Stallings (190), $374,000 66-70-66-70 — Brandt Snedeker (135), $264,00072-64-67-70 — Marc Turnesa (90), $180,125 68-67-73-66 — Martin Laird (90), $180,125 66-70-68-70 — Roland Thatcher (90), $180,12568-67-69-70 — Chris Couch (90), $180,125 69-64-70-71 — Justin Rose (90), $180,125 70-65-65-74 — Brendon de Jonge (90), $180,12569-66-66-73 — Yale vs. Air Force, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 26 Minnesota-Duluth-Union, N.Y. winner vs. Yale-Air Force winner, 6:30 p.m. West Regional At St. Louis Friday, March 25 Semifinals Michigan vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 5:30 p.m. Boston College vs. Colorado College, 9 p.m. Saturday, March 26 Michigan-Nebraska-Omaha winner vs. Boston College-Colorado College winner, 9 p.m. Northeast Regional At Manchester, N.H. Saturday, March 26 Semifinals Miami (Ohio) vs. New Hampshire, 4 p.m. Merrimack vs. Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 27 Miami (Ohio)-New Hampshire winner vs. Merrimack-Notre Dame winner, 8 p.m. Midwest Regional At Green Bay, Wis. Saturday, March 26 Semifinals North Dakota vs. Rensselaer, 1:30 p.m. Denver vs. Western Michigan, 5 p.m. Sunday, March 27 North Dakota-Rensselaer winner vs. Denver-Western Michigan winner, 5:30 p.m.

OHL PLAYOFFS FIRST ROUND (Best-of-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE Thursday Game Belleville at Mississauga, 7:30 p.m. Brampton at Niagara, 7 p.m.

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Sunday At JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Wildfire Golf Club Phoenix Purse: $1 million Yardage: 6,613; Par: 72 Final Round Karrie Webb, $150,000 71-67-66 — 204 -12 Paula Creamer, $85,110 69-70-66 — 205 -11 Brittany Lincicome, $85,110 67-68-70 — 205 -11 Cristie Kerr, $55,362 69-68-69 — 206 -10 Angela Stanford, $44,561 66-66-75 — 207 -9 Mindy Kim, $36,459 69-67-72 — 208 -8 Morgan Pressel, $28,627 70-71-68 — 209 -7 Sun Young Yoo, $28,627 69-70-70 — 209 -7 Seon Hwa Lee, $24,036 69-69-72 — 210 -6 Sarah Jane Smith, $20,344 71-73-67 — 211 -5

Kingston at Oshawa, 7:05 p.m. Friday Game Oshawa at Kingston, 7:30 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE Thursday Game Erie at Windsor, 7:05 p.m. Friday Game London at Owen Sound, 7:30 p.m. Guelph at Saginaw, 7:11 p.m. Plymouth at Kitchener, 7:30 p.m.

BASEBALL MLB SPRING TRAINING Tuesday’s Games Philadelphia 5, Toronto 4 N.Y. Mets 7, Detroit 4 Florida 3, Minnesota 0 Baltimore 6, N.Y. Yankees 2 Washington 3, Houston 1 Oakland 10, Cincinnati 8 Seattle 9, Chicago White Sox 5 L.A. Dodgers 2, Chicago Cubs 1, 10 innings Milwaukee 7, San Diego 0 Cleveland 7, Arizona 3 Tampa Bay 7, Boston 4 L.A. Angels 14, Kansas City 6 Wednesday’s Games Philadelphia vs. Tampa Bay, 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. St. Louis, 1:05 p.m. Houston vs. Pittsburgh, 1:05 p.m. Florida vs. Atlanta, 1:05 p.m. Kansas City vs. Cleveland, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers vs. Chicago White Sox, 4:05 p.m. San Francisco vs. L.A. Angels, 4:05 p.m. Cincinnati vs. San Diego, 4:05 p.m. Oakland vs. Chicago Cubs, 4:05 p.m. Arizona vs. Texas, 4:05 p.m.

Toronto vs. N.Y. Yankees, 7:05 p.m. Baltimore vs. Minnesota, 7:05 p.m. Seattle vs. Colorado, 9:40 p.m. Thursday’s Games Atlanta vs. Toronto, 1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. Philadelphia, 1:05 p.m. Boston vs. Florida, 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay vs. Houston, 1:05 p.m. St. Louis vs. N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m. Texas (ss) vs. Cincinnati, 4:05 p.m. Colorado vs. L.A. Dodgers, 4:05 p.m. Milwaukee vs. L.A. Angels, 4:05 p.m. Kansas City vs. Seattle, 4:05 p.m. Oakland vs. Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Chicago White Sox vs. Chicago Cubs, 5:05 p.m. Washington vs. Detroit, 6:05 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. San Diego vs. Texas (ss), 9:05 p.m. Cleveland vs. San Francisco, 10:05 p.m. Friday’s Games Pittsburgh vs. Tampa Bay, 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Florida, 1:05 p.m. Atlanta (ss) vs. Philadelphia, 1:05 p.m. Baltimore vs. Minnesota, 1:05 p.m. Seattle (ss) vs. Chicago Cubs, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (ss) vs. Arizona (ss), 4:05 p.m. San Diego vs. Cincinnati, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Angels vs. Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Cleveland vs. Milwaukee, 4:05 p.m. Detroit vs. Atlanta (ss), 6:05 p.m. St. Louis vs. Washington, 6:05 p.m. Houston vs. N.Y. Yankees, 7:05 p.m. Toronto vs. Boston, 7:05 p.m. San Francisco vs. Kansas City, 9:05 p.m. Texas vs. Colorado, 9:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (ss) vs. Seattle (ss), 10:05 p.m. Arizona (ss) vs. Chicago White Sox, 10:05 p.m.


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Direct care workers needed! for MediLodge of Sterling CMH training required. Drug We are looking for appli cants that are committed testing done. Call 892-4361 to caring for and enhancing the lives of our elders. Entertainers Wanted Come join our Four Star $1000 a week could be team. Contact Suzy yours! Fun, energetic envi Kohlhoff, DON at 989ronment. Make your own 654-2496 or fax resume schedule. Great travel op to Suzy Kohlhoff at portunities. Apply within at 989-654-3297 Saginaw Deja Vu, 6530 Bay Rd. MACHINIST wanted. Manual Horizontal / Vertical Mills, Vertical CNC , Manual Lathe. Send resume to: PO Box 515 Sebewaing, MI 48759

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VICTOR ALIANTE Yorkies, $500. Yorkie-poos Dachshunds, mini, long and SENTRY DOGS & Maltipoos, toysize, non short hair, 6 weeks, $199. German Shepherd pups, 11 shed. $375+ 989-225-1367. Call (989) 674-2178. weeks, AKC, excellent for German Shepherd pups - companion, protection & police K9s. (989) 482-6447. AKC, guarantee! blackforestK9kennels.com (810) 631-6185 JACK RUSSELL PUPS Calm, vet checked. $175$300. (989) 426-1536

Westipoos, mini Dachshunds Chihuahuas, Pugs, $250 & up. 989-529-4307.

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2)No needles Wendy’s 3)No blood We are looking for aggres - 4)Lots of places to work; sive individuals to fill our hospitals, grocery stores, growing need for managers. clinics, drug stores etc. Restaraunt, retailing, or Dorsey Schools can make it happen for you. business management Call now and ask us how! background is helpful. Salary ranges, Manager: 888.222.7415 $35,000-$50,000, Saginaw MI Assistant Managers : $20,000-$35,000. Excellent fringe benefit package. Starting salary commensu rate with experience. Send resume to: Manwen Inc. 350 St. Andrews Rd. Suite 130, Saginaw, MI 48638.

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Contracting, Roofing

Heating, Plumbing, Air

SUPERIOR EXTERIOR Roofs, remodeling. All home improvements! 891-0962.

HARDING BUILDERS specializing in roofing, siding, windows & gutters. Call (989) 662-2600.

A & B Plumbing & Heating, Resid ent ial/ Com mercia l New and Remodel, Service and Repair. (989) 686-5514.

Convalescent Care

Home Repair, Improvement

Landscaping, Lawns,Trees AFFORDABLE Lawn/tree cuts and spring clean-ups, etc. (989) 860-7371 Geno’s Lawn Care for: Odd jobs /snow plowing. Insured. 662-2306, 233-9501

Bath, Addition, Plaster, Assisted Living, respite care, adult day care. Rate Tile,Painting. David Sajdak Construction call 684-1599 as low as $1600 per month. Auburn Care Ctr. 662-4499. General Remodeling & repairs. No job too small! Roofs, windows, kitchens, baths. Call Jim, 225-0787. Interior/Exterior Painting, textured ceiling, wallpaper, drywall repair 989-293-8444 Interior Remodeling Bryden’s Electric

Painting, Decorating, Papering

Electric, Wiring

Electrical Work - Old / New No job too big/too small Call 892-4746.

Garages, additions, etc . licensed, insured. M&R Builder 989-662-7358

You Buy, We Apply Painting & Wallpapering. Free es timates, insured. 686-7704

BLACK LAB PUPS 8 weeks, $200 989-313-1514

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Bay Optical, 106 N. Erie. Boneless chicken breasts Sight is a precious gift, see $1.59/lb. Chicken legs us. (989) 686-6400. $.59/lb. Ribeye Steaks $5.99/lb. Ground Chuck Bingo - Fri. 10 a.m. Hard $2.19/lb. Bush Light 30 pack cards and paper specials. $15.99 + dept. Meats & AMVETS Post 22, 520 N. Mooore, 893-5413 Pine. #A04041.

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Downtown Bay City’s annual "Welcome Spring" Open House is going on Friday-Sat. For details on 43 businesses’ in-store specials and promotions visit: downtownbaycity.com

Polka Dance - Sun, March 27th, LFA Hall, 2323 Amelith Rd. Music by Squeezebox. Dancing 4-8, $7. 686-0987 Rebecca Owen has moved to a new salon, Hot Head Salon. Call 989-859-4392.

Estate Sale - Saturday, March 26 9-4 p.m. 707 Riverrock Trivia Night, every Thurs. 7 p.m.- ? Eat, Green Ave. off Center Ave. drink and think. 894-5500. Happy 55th Anniversary Rummage Sale and Bake Mom & Dad, Love, Connie. Sale. Sat. 3/26, 9-3pm. Holy Trinity Fish Fry, 1004 Amvets Post 22. 520 N. Pine, Wenona. 4-7:30 p.m. $8.50. across from Meijer. New AFC Home, Hamp ton Twp. (989) 501-6333 NEED SOME WORK DONE AROUND THE HOUSE? Check out the ads in our Service Directory.

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SUVs

HUGE SALE! 704 S. Jackson Fri 9-3. Puzzles, half off winter clothes, lots of trinkets.

Chevy 2004-2008 Impala, low miles, 6 to choose, from $7,400. Bay Cars 797-0311.

TRANSPORTATION INDEX • Auto Finance, Insurance • Auto Transport Share • Cars Domestic • Cars Import • Classic, Antique • Crossovers • Heavy Trucks, Equipment • SUVs • Tires, Parts, Accessories • Trucks For Sale • Utillity Trailers • Vans For Sale • Wanted Vehicles • Motorcycles, Service

PONTIAC 2010 Vibes, sev eral to choose from, start ing as low as $12,569. McArdle Midland, 989-695-9611. CHEVY 2010 - Impala. LS, white, certified, 18,000 mi., clean, $14,990. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590.

SUVs

CHEVY 2010 - Malibu. Blue, certified, air, CD, $15,990. Martin Chevrolet 989-7814590.

Auto Finance, Insurance REPOS No Bank Financing Necessary Call 810-686-2776

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PONTIAC 2005 - AZTEK. Black, chrome wheels, automatic, loaded, $5990. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590.

Trucks

DODGE 2008 - Dakota, Crew Cab, Big Horn. Great Truck, BUICK 2004 - Rendezvous . $18,590. Martin Chevrolet Tan Air, tilt, power win- 989-781-4590. dows, CD, $8900. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590. Ford 1996 F-150 - 6 cyl. automatic, new tires, starter and brakes, no rust, $2,200. Call (989) 225-8420.

Vans DODGE 2008 - Avenger CHEVY 2006 Suburban LS, DODGE 2007 Caravan, load SXT, black, sporty, air, CD & new car trade, ready for the ed, 139,000 hwy. mi., nice, more. $10,990. Martin Chev$5,950. 989-497-8474. family, no hassle price rolet 989-781-4590. $15,346. McArdle Midland, 989-695-9611.

DODGE 2008 - Grand Caravan. Blue, Sto & Go, loaded, FORD 2005 - Taurus SE. Green, runs great, automat- CHEVY 2007 - Thaoe. Silver, $17,900. Martin Chevrolet ic, air, $5990. Martin Chev- 4x4, automatic, air, CD and 989-781-4590. BUICK 2008 - Lacrosse CX, rolet 989-781-4590. more. $21,590. Martin Chevburgundy, automatic, air, rolet 989-781-4590. power seat, $13,550. Martin Pontiac 1986 Parisienne, Chevrolet 989-781-4590. black 4 door, 73,000 original miles, $2,500 or best offer. (989) 684-4061. $CASH FOR CARS$ Any Condition, cash on the spot. 989-326-1938.

Wanted Vehicles

BUICK 2008 LaCrosse CXL, 1 owner, low miles, extra clean, no hassle price $16,199. McArdle Midland, 989-695-9611.

PONTIAC 2008 - G6. 4 door, black, air, tilt, CD & more, $10,990. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590.

CHEVY, 2001 - 06 Malibu15 to choose! from $3,800. Bay Cars 737-8690.

PONTIAC 2008 - G6. Convertible, black, loaded, sporty, $16,590. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590.

Saturn 2001-07 Low miles. CD’s. From $3700. Bay Cars 737.8690

Crossovers

Bargain Times CHINA - 98 Piece Contour small floral, $75. 893-9835 CHOPPER- RIDE-ON Electric nice $99 460-3485. DESK - OFFICE- WALNUT TOP, nice $60 992-6159. DOOR - 1965 Corvair $99. Call (989) 941-1943. DRESSER - 6 - DRAWER. WALNUT $65. 992-6159. DRYER- electric with cord. Nice. $75. 316-2423. FREEZER - Upright. Nice. Works great. $80. 316-2423

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FRIDGE Amana 21 cf, black, nice. $75 989 686-2871 GLOBE (World) Talking. Like new $50 460-3485. HOOD - 1992 S-10 PICKUP Like new $75. 992-6159. LAWNMOWER - $75. Call (989) 684-1292 MOTORCYCLE Helmet - $65 (989) 684-1292 ORGAN & BENCH - Thomas Spinet $50. 893-9835 PATIO SET - Wood, $80 (989) 684-1292

SEAT - Front 1964 Impala $99. (989) 941-1943

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Appliances Kitchen Aid side by side great condition water/ice in door $400 989-832-7428

Moving Sale - Thurs. - Sat. 8-5, 4099 Creekwood Circle, Bay City. China hutch, sofa sleeper, roll top desk, porch furniture, much more. Sewing Room Sale - Yard goods, quilts and crafts books, craft punches & sweat shirts. 1906 3rd., St. Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-4.

Jewelry, Diamonds Buying old gold jewelry, reusable or scrap. Columbus Coin Jewelry, 812 Columbus Kawkawlin Pawn: Top $$$ paid : Any GOLD Broken dented OK. 671-2277

Miscellaneous Items Craftsm an 10" Table Saw, belt driven, table extension. $595. 989-846-4359.

Sporting Goods CROSS BOW - Horton Hunter Supreme 150 lbs plus Burris Red Dot Scope & many extras $400 (989) 673-4081. TAYLOR MADE DRIVER R-9. Like New. $150. 989-684-7867 or 529-7478

Antique, Art, Collectable

Wanted Bargain

CASH FOR ANTIQUES 1 piece or Whole Estate. Cash paid for diabetic test Frank’s Antiques, Lapeer strips. Up to $15 per 100 strips. Call 989-494-1946. Call 810-667-1676.

Auctions, Auctioneers Butler Auction Services 989-799-4181 www.rodbutler.com

DIABETIC TEST STRIPS NEEDED - For helping diabetics without insur ance. Cash paid up to $15/100 strips. Call Bob at 989-708-8098

Computers

Estate Sales

SEAT - Rear 62-65 Chevy. 2 $99 (989) 941-1943

SKATES - Inline, Crossfire, size 11, nice. $80. 460-3485.

• Antiques, Art, Collection • Appliances • Auctions, Auctioneers • Baby Items, Toys • Bargain Corner • Building Supplies • Business Office Equip. • Cameras, Supplies • Clothing • Computers • Crafts, Bazaars • Estate Sales • Exercise Equipment • Firewood, Heating Sup. • Flowers • Garage Sale • Handicap Equipment • Home Electronics • Household Goods • Jewelry, Diamonds • Machine, Tools, Indust. • Miscellaneous Items • Moonlight Bargains • Musical Merchandise • Pools, Hot Tub, Access. • Refrigeration Equip. • Restaurant Equipment • Sport Trading Card • Swaps, Wanted • Wanted Bargain • Yard Equipment

Quality Used Dell computers, Discount Office Furnishing, 892-1886 , 405 Garfield A ve

CHEVY 2011 - Traverse. AWD, LT, Gold mist, air, CD, $26,900. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590.

Nissan 2004 Armada SE DODGE 2008 - Magnum. Sil- 4x4, 124,000 mi, gray/gray, ver, 43,000 mi., air, CD, 8 cyl, automatic, $4500, $14,990. Martin Chevrolet contact: armadase@ 989-781-4590. msn.com or 217-650-7014.

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$1000 Mopeds HAVE FUN & SAVE GAS! Stevens 684-9872. 1999 Harley FXD t w in cam 88, mint condition, too many extras to list, $8,000 or best. (989) 686-7216.

MCARDLE MIDLAND THE TRI-CITIES #1 CERTI FIED PRE-OWNED DEALER! www.mcardlemidland.com

CHEVY 2003 - Cavalier. Yellow, 2 door, automatic, air, 54,000 miles, $6390. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590.

FREE PICKUP Rifkin is buying junk cars Call 989-752-7646.

Motorcycles, Service CHEVY 2010 - HHR Black, 2 LT, automatic, loaded, sharp, $12,990. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590.

CADILLAC 2008 STS, all wheel drive, premium wheels, Cadillac Certified, $25,661. McArdle Midland, 989-695-9611.

FREE PICKUP ! Paying cash for cars. Same day pick up. 989.737.7835

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Bay Valley Condo Estate Sale. Fine & antique fur nishings, sterling, glass, china, more! Tools, benches, ammo, 100+ vintage milita ry models (unasembled). Call 684-4164. By appoint ment only. G & J Estate Sales LLC ESTATE SALE 1518 Saint Marys Ct. , Essexville, off Borton, east of Pine. Sat. 3/26 9-6 & Sun., 3/27 11-3. Very clean, antiques, furniture, jewlery, china, sewing items, tools, work bench. 50% off 3/27. Cash only!

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Homes For Sale All Real Estate advertis ing in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Amend ments Act, the Michi gan Civil Rights Act, and the Bay City Code which make it illegal to advertise any prefer ence, limitations or dis crimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, mental or physical handicap, familial status, height, weight or an intention to make any such prefer ence, limitation or dis crimination. Familial sta tus includes children un der the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people secur ing custody of children under 18. The newspaper will not knowingly accept any ad vertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. To report dis crimination, call the Of fice of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban De velopment (HUD) at 1800-669-9777. The HUD TTY telephone number for the hearing impaired is 212-708-1455.

INDEX • Aircraft Sales • ATV, ORV • Bicycles, Services • Boat Rent Charter • Boat Slips, Docks At TOP PRODUCERS INC. We can help with all your • Boats, Motors, Access. real estate needs 686.4500 • Campers, Trailers, Rent • Campers, Trailers, Sale Call Harris/Bush Realty • Camping Sites for all your real estate needs. 892-4521 • Motor Homes Rent • Motor Homes Sale • Personal Watercraft Lots For Sale • Sail Boats • Snowmobile Accessories Frankenlust Twp.’s

Boat Slips, Docks

FIREWOOD - by the Semi load! 20 full cords. For price please call (989) 426-6852

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• Building Plans, Bids • Business For Sale • Comm-Indust • Condo’s, Townhouses • Cottage, Resorts • Exchanges • Farms Acreage Sale • Home Inspections • Homes For Sale • Income Property • Industrial Warehouse • Lakeshore Open • Lots For Sale • Mobile Home Site Sale • Mfg. Homes Sale • Miscellanious Services • Mobil Homes Sale • Mortgages, Contracts • Northern Mich Prop. • Open Houses • Out City, State • Suburban Country • Time Share Sale • Wanted To Buy • Waterfront Property

newest home building sites. Irish Acres from $19,900, all utilities. Brennan Realty 860-5507 or (989) 894-7008

Mobile Home Site, Sale

Bay Manor Apartments Our Large 1 and 2 bedroom apartments includes free heat and water. Free month with approved credit! Pet friendly. Call or visit us for details! 3465 Kiesel Bay City 989-684-7450 ∫

• Ammenities_Rental • Apartment Furnished • Apartment Unfurnished • Condos, Townhouses • Duplex For Rent • Farms Acreage Rent • Garage, Park, Storage • Homes, Furnished • Homes, Unfurnished • Mfg. Homes Rent • Mobile Home Site Rent • Moble Homes Rent • Office Space Rent • Out City, State Rent • Rental Services • Resorts, Cottages • Retail Space Rent • Room For Rent • Roommate Wanted • Senior Rent • Suburban, Country • Wanted To Rent

Apartment Furnished

SPRING SPECIAL Homes for sale. Bring in this ad and get $1,000.00 off on one of our homes. Many to choose from. Financing available. Lot Rent specials. Oakside Mobile Home Park 989-631-4700 BAY VILLAGE ESTATES 989-893-0491 VICTORIA WOODS 989-496-3170 FREELAND Mobile Home Park 989-695-9730

BAY VALLEY APTS Beautiful, safe, quiet country area. Mo. to mo. Lease.

No Security deposit. Re modeled 1-2-3 bedrooms & studios. Large wonderful pool. Laundry. Carports. Children & pets welcome. Near Delta & SVSU. Start ing at $450/mo. Furnished Available. 989 684-2298

Office Space, Rent PLAZA WEST 2 Mile and Midland Rd. Large or small space for your business needs. 989-684-8142

Bradley House Age 50 with disability or 62 years of age. Rent based on income. $200 Move in bonus. 893-2007

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE / Storefront , 1,700 sq. ft., off street parking, 702 SalzCenter & Johnson area 1-2 burg, Bay City 989-895-1121 bedroom apt. & studio $260-$450. Heat & water paid, no pets. 892-4571.

Room For Rent

Clean 1 bedroom upper. West side. $325/mo. + de posit. No pets or smoking. Water included. 252-6526

Clean eastside, kitchen, bath, parking, cable, $120 weekly, 928-2818.

NORTHLAND MOTEL CLEAN, fresh, 1 bedroom, Best rate in town, daily and heat, water included, non weekly rates available. smoking, no pets, $395+ de Call 989-928-0897 posit. 892-0615, 909-0119.

Tuscola Motel - Lowest FREE HEAT & CARPORT ALL Utilities lower, $95 wk. Village Square Apartments Rate in town, daily and weekly available. 928-5732. Stop in & Check out our up. Near Meijer Walmart No Spacious Two Bedrooms pets. 686-0078 or 781-0447 Starting as low as $535. 989-895-5731

Apartment Unfurnished

$190 moves you in No rent due until 4-1-11 & $20 off per month for 2011 on select 1 bedrooms (989) 892-2751 markmanagemntco.com

MOVE-IN SPECIAL for Seniors at Garfield Manor, All utilities & rent included. Call for appointment, 892-4213 Open 1-5pm.

1 bedroom upper, all utilit ies paid except lights, $405, 901 E. Indiana 989-450-2325

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HISTORIC DISTRICT 1 and 2 bedrooms. Heat and water included! Call about our specials! Sheridan Arms 1300 Center, 893-7061

Mutual Estates Light, bright, large modern 2 bedroom basement unit. Heat paid. 3444 Northway. $495/mo. 989-798-6010

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BUICK - 2011 Lucerne, CXL, loaded, 150 miles, full power. $29,900. 684-8493.

CHEVY 2008 - Trailblazer. 3LT, white, 52,000 mi., loaded, $18,690. Martin Chevrolet 989-781-4590.

MERCHANDISE

Moving/Estate Sale Furniture, household items, hunting and fishing items, grandfather clock, misc. 1905 Madison Ct., off Fre mont, 1/2 block east of Michigan, Cash only. Thurs. & Fri. 9-4, Sat. 9-12.

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215 McLellan 2 bedroom upper. $475/month. Call A.S.A.M. 892-1600. 401 N. CHILSON - 1 bedroom, many updates. Must See! No pets. 892-7035

West side Nice 2 bedroom 1004 N. Chilson. Must have references. $550 + deposit. 989-326-1938. No dogs.

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12457A

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64836A

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29941

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PG5412

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11G2583A $33,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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5789

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PG5405

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5750

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‘08 29k

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‘09 34k

30197A

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‘10 11k

30167

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‘05 63k

64110B

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‘05 74k

64900A

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‘04 115k

30328A

$15,770 Young Chevrolet

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‘08 46k

11G4146P $42,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘07 53k

30030

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‘07

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‘08 26k

10G5466A $47,777 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘05 83k

11G3125A $13,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘04 87k

11G1111A $13,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘05 67k

30354

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PG5661

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‘08 41k

PG5702

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‘08 36k

11G1728A $27,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘09 19k

10G4691A $29,477 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘10 20k

11G2076A $34,495 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘07 30k

29670

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‘06 48k

30327

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‘07 45k

11G919A

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‘07 26k

JA1639

$21,750 Jay Chevrolet

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‘08 26k

11G4001P $28,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘91 54k

10G4044P $5,995

248-707-1577

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Yr

Mi.

Avalanche

‘04 144k

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30242A

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‘04 107k

5674A

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‘09 20k

64388A

Avalanche

‘09 29k

P5670

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‘10 36k

11G4106P $18,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘07 50k

JB3857

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‘11 19k

11G4094P $19,477 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘92 179k

10G4237A $5,995

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‘05 127k

5765

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‘01 169k

550A

$1,995

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JA1691

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‘99 162k

5719

$2,995

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‘99 96k

5692

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‘98 290k

64801A

$1,880

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‘03 186k

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‘03 115k

5630

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7406A

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5770A

$7,995

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30011

$4,991

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30337A

$3,990

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‘07 69k

63999A

$7,994

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‘99 234k

30333

$5,886

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‘07 58k

07414A

$8,990

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‘02 173k

JX11T516A $6,990

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5603D

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12057A

$6,995

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5748

$9,995

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‘99 147k

5664

$7,995

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5693

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PG5610

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‘04 130k

7231A

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63761A

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‘02 122k

12519A

$9,995

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JA1695

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‘01 153k

5616

$9,995

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PG5644

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‘05 95k

J11T216A $10,450 Jay Chevrolet

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‘09 35k

PG5617

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‘05 165k

6577B

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65292A

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30297

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64407A

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P5623

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PG5598

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‘04 109k

5681A

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64754A

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‘10 13k

30166

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11G1908A $13,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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07345A

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30227

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7381A

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P5514A

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65128A

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Mi.

WebID

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‘06 77k

5786A

$9,995

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‘08 77k

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PG5494A

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‘10 51k

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‘07 28k

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11G894A

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‘00 95k

5784

$6,995

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‘08 94k

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‘05 73k

64084A

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5768

$5,995

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30235A

$9,994

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29847

$10,885 Young Chevrolet

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JB3906A

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‘08 36k

P5677

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‘08 26k

10G248A

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30359

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P5238B

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10G4138P $17,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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10N1603P $19,695 Lafontaine Nissan

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10N1550P $19,695 Lafontaine Nissan

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P5518

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P5695

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P5191

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29729

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30299

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30022

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‘10 27k

29974

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11G1507A $30,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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11N968A

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11N1658P $31,995 Lafontaine Nissan

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5792

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PG5347

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10G2000A $16,595 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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64252A

$14,991 Young Chevrolet

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‘07 42k

5793

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‘10 15k

11G649A

$54,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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‘09 31k

JB3854

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PG5635

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‘08 38k

5788

$18,995 Applegate Chevrolet

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11G241A

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‘03 68k

63909A

$6,995

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‘03 71k

12363A

$6,995

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‘08 100k

63710B

$8,794

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‘06 93k

11N1659P $9,995

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‘07 76k

07373A

$10,900 Martin Chevrolet

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‘05 60k

7187A

$10,990 Martin Chevrolet

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‘08 85k

11G4112P $11,495 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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JX11C464 $11,990 Jay Chevrolet

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‘07 55k

12437A

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10N1575P $12,995 Lafontaine Nissan

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‘07 39k

29936

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Avenger

Mi.

WebID

Price

Dealer

‘08 70k

P5444A

$11,990 Martin Chevrolet

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Avenger

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30358

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Caliber

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10G4347P $12,588 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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P5566

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$8,995

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Dakota

‘03 67k

30357

Dakota

‘06 62k

10G4155A $17,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

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62722B

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7348A

$9,990

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30363

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30341

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Mi.

$7,995

Applegate Chevrolet

$27,590 Martin Chevrolet

WebID

Price

Dealer

Phone #

Grand Caravan

‘07 88k

30367

$10,665 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

H2

‘05 49k

11G886A

$26,777 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Grand Caravan

‘05 53k

30318

$11,994 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

H3

‘08 53k

64578A

$19,515 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Caravan

‘07 42k

64512A

$14,660 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

H3

‘06 93k

10N1572P $19,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Grand Caravan

‘10 30k

P5417

$16,900 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

H3

‘09 47k

10G4335A $22,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Grand Caravan

‘07 49k

P5498

$16,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

H3

‘08 39k

30269

$23,886 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Caravan

‘10 25k

P5588

$17,490 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

H3

‘08 52k

PG5688

$23,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Grand Caravan

‘08 22k

P5330

$17,590 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

H3

���08 34k

PG5682

$23,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Grand Caravan

‘08 37k

10G4143P $17,895 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

H3

‘07 53k

10N1569P $24,995 Lafontaine Nissan

Honda

Grand Caravan

‘10 26k

P5651

$24,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Journey

‘10 29k

P5332

$17,900 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Journey

‘09 49k

11N1688P $17,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Magnum

‘08 44k

PG5668

$15,950 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Neon

‘05 89k

30261B

$5,975

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Nitro

‘08 46k

PG5393

$15,800 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Ram 1500

‘05 114k

30325

$12,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Ram 1500

‘03 73k

11G2461B $14,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Ram 1500

‘07 63k

JA1647A

248-264-5125

Ram 1500

‘07 69k

10N1261P $23,995 Lafontaine Nissan

$19,990 Jay Chevrolet

866-735-0738

Ram 1500

‘10 35k

10G4334P $23,999 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Ram 1500

‘08 27k

7044A

866-764-3595

Ram Van 2500

‘95 78k

10N1469A $8,995

$25,990 Martin Chevrolet Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Ford Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID

Price

Dealer

Crown Victoria

‘92 59k

J11T520B $5,990

E-350

‘09 49k

29929

$18,992 Young Chevrolet

Jay Chevrolet

Phone #

WebID

Price

Dealer

$11,995 Applegate Chevrolet

866-735-0738

Yr

CR-V

‘08 43k

64611A

$19,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Prix

‘08 32k

PG5686

$14,950 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Civic

‘05 118k

12301A

$7,995

866-731-9231

Grand Prix

‘08 36k

JA1704

$14,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Civic

‘08 63k

J11C310A $12,995 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Grand Prix

‘08 31k

PG5561

$15,490 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Civic

‘09 35k

10N1584P $15,585 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Grand Prix

‘08 22k

JA1694

$15,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Odyssey

‘02 130k

J11C513A $8,990

248-264-5125

Grand Prix

‘08 22k

JA1696

$15,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Odyssey

‘03 70k

65347A

866-283-8626

Solstice

‘06 43k

11G4041P $14,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Odyssey

‘07 68k

09N1098P $21,999 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Torrent

‘06 70k

30035A

$13,440 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Torrent

‘08 46k

PG5493A

$16,880 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Torrent

‘08 38k

PG5625

$17,900 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Vibe

‘03 126k

5682

$7,995

866-731-9231

Vibe

‘09 30k

P5278A

$13,900 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Vibe

‘09 18k

65299A

$13,940 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Vibe

‘10 40k

30243

$13,966 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Vibe

‘09 26k

64294A

$13,988 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

WebID

Price

Applegate Chevrolet

Jay Chevrolet

$11,445 Young Chevrolet

Hyundai Model

Yr

Sonata Sonata

Jeep

Mi.

WebID

Price

‘07 45k

PG5620A

$11,990 Martin Chevrolet

‘11 36k

11G4049P $18,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

Mi.

Dealer

Edge

‘07 27k

30289

$18,660 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Model

Yr

WebID

Price

Dealer

Escort

‘98 171k

29451A

$2,477

866-283-8626

Cherokee

‘99 138k

5690

$6,995

Applegate Chevrolet

Expedition

‘06 118k

11G2824A $13,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Commander

‘06 49k

64176A

$15,855 Young Chevrolet

Young Chevrolet

Lafontaine Nissan

Model

866-283-8626

248-264-5125

Mi.

866-735-0738

$15,990 Martin Chevrolet

Phone # 866-764-3595 248-707-1577

Phone # 866-731-9231 866-283-8626

Applegate Chevrolet

Saab Model

Yr

9-7X

‘08 61k

Explorer

‘05 74k

11G4105P $13,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Commander

‘07 57k

29918

$15,994 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Explorer

‘08 65k

11G1966A $16,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Commander

‘08 36k

PG5590

$20,490 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Explorer

‘08 52k

11G2948B $20,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Commander

‘08 20k

P5674

$20,590 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Saturn

Mi.

Dealer

11N1646P $19,900 Lafontaine Nissan

F-150

‘01 109k

11G2057B $9,697

Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Commander

‘08 21k

P5676

$20,950 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID

Price

F-150

‘07 95k

J11T505A $9,990

Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Commander

‘08 21k

P5675

$20,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Aura

‘08 37k

30338

$12,994 Young Chevrolet

$12,994 Young Chevrolet

Dealer

Phone # 866-735-0738

Phone # 866-283-8626

F-150

‘06 40k

11G4161P $19,477 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Grand Cherokee

‘06 92k

65194A

866-283-8626

Aura

‘08 29k

65236A

$13,433 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

F-150

‘08 73k

10N1234P $23,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Grand Cherokee

‘07 92k

10G4258P $17,650 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Aura

‘08 37k

JA1697

$13,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

F-150

‘07 52k

JB3943

$29,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Grand Cherokee

‘08 27k

J11C313A $21,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Aura

‘08 33k

JA1698

$13,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

F-250

‘97 153k

62176A

$5,897

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Liberty

‘02 157k

11G2199B $6,995

Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Aura

‘08 33k

PG5687

$13,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

F-250

‘05 54k

530

$18,993 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Liberty

‘03 97k

65145A

$9,335

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Aura

‘08 39k

PG5684

$13,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

F-250

‘06 114k

11G2550A $24,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Liberty

‘08 51k

6878A

$16,900 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Aura

‘07 31k

JA1662

$13,995 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

F-350

‘03 74k

11N1619P $14,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Liberty

‘08 29k

PG5646

$18,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Aura

‘08 41k

PG5666

$14,390 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

F-350

‘99 111k

11N1020A $16,999 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Patriot

‘08 32k

PG5645

$16,590 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Aura

‘08 34k

PG5689

$14,950 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Five Hundred

‘06 67k

11G4115P $12,477 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Wrangler

‘08 37k

P5673

$19,250 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Aura

‘08 44k

11G4029P $14,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

Flex

‘09 40k

11G1631A $22,477 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Wrangler

‘07 25k

11G404A

$20,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Aura

‘09 26k

11G1793A $15,497 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Flex

‘10 15k

11N872A

866-735-0738

Aura

‘09 33k

65165A

866-283-8626

ION

‘03 55k

10G4350P $7,990

Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

ION

‘07 61k

5775

$8,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

ION

‘06 67k

5778

$8,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

Outlook

‘07 62k

11G2744A $18,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

Outlook

‘08 77k

11G1955A $18,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Outlook

‘07 42k

PG5701

$20,900 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Outlook

‘07 49k

PG5552

$22,900 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Outlook

‘07 65k

10G4436P $22,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Outlook

‘08 42k

PG5683

$23,950 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595 866-764-3595

$24,999 Lafontaine Nissan

Lincoln

Focus

‘04 107k

10G4036P $7,495

Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Focus

‘08 78k

10G5122B $10,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Focus

‘08 47k

10N1565P $11,799 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Focus

‘09 45k

11G4100P $12,695 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Focus

‘09 41k

10N1475P $12,996 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Fusion

‘08 39k

11G1194A $13,495 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Fusion

‘10 44k

11N1680P $16,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Mustang

‘03 88k

10G4203P $10,990 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Mustang

‘07 18k

10G4357P $20,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Mercury

Model

Yr

MKT

‘10 21k

Mi.

11G1686A $36,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

MKZ

‘08 26k

10G4116P $19,595 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

MKZ

‘08 56k

10N1533P $19,977 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Navigator

‘07 64k

JX11T512A $26,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Ranger

‘05 112k

5707

$5,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

Model

Yr

Taurus

‘05 123k

P5503A

$5,900

Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Cougar

‘99 1000k 30297A

Taurus

‘07 67k

30268

$8,990

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cougar

‘99 83k

Windstar

‘02 118k

10G3249P $5,895

Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Grand Marquis Grand Marquis

GMC Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID

Price

Dealer

Phone #

Mi.

WebID

Dealer

Phone #

Outlook

‘10 21k

PG5559

$24,590 Martin Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Outlook

‘09 35k

5678

$24,995 Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

10G4164A $6,995

Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

SC2

‘01 76k

P5703

$5,990

Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

‘99 77k

64898B

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

VUE

‘06 97k

PG5597A

$8,990

Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

‘08 55k

11N1684A $14,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

VUE

‘07 83k

PG5426A

$10,425 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Grand Marquis

‘09 48k

11G1905A $15,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

VUE

‘08 42k

64770A

$13,993 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Mariner

‘07 57k

10N1605P $15,875 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

VUE

‘08 34k

30115

$14,774 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Mariner

‘08 52k

10N1473P $19,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

VUE

‘08 47k

PG5378A

$15,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

VUE

‘08 26k

PG5577

$15,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

VUE

‘08 22k

P5652

$16,950 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

VUE

‘08 47k

11G2500A $16,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

VUE

‘08 14k

7056B

$16,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

VUE

‘08 36k

JA1663

$17,495 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

VUE

‘08 43k

11G2145A $17,677 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

VUE

‘08 30k

JA1703

$17,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

VUE

‘10 18k

PG5557

$18,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

VUE

‘09 26k

11G2988A $22,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

‘07 79k

11G1963A $23,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

11G2238A $24,577 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577 248-264-5125

Mitsubishi

248-707-1577

Model

Yr

‘08 33k

JA1626

‘10 26k

11G4118P $25,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

$24,850 Jay Chevrolet

Mi.

WebID

$5,330

Price

Dealer

Phone #

Acadia

‘08 48k

11G1440A $27,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Eclipse

‘07 58k

JA1675A

$14,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Acadia

‘09 16k

11G1079A $29,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Galant

‘03 126k

29876B

$4,698

866-283-8626

Acadia

‘10

65201A

$34,887 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Canyon

‘06 67k

30364

$10,440 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Envoy

‘02 100k

11G2222A $11,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

Nissan

248-707-1577

Envoy

‘05 116k

11G1249A $13,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Envoy

‘08 87k

11G2554A $15,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Envoy

‘06 70k

11G4045P $15,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577 866-283-8626

Envoy

‘08 47k

64670A

Envoy

‘08 35k

11G2850A $17,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

$16,994 Young Chevrolet

248-707-1577

Envoy

‘08 27k

10G4329P $17,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Envoy

‘08 30k

JA1677

$18,750 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Envoy

‘08 43k

JA1681

$18,950 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Envoy

‘08 54k

10N1476A $19,477 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Envoy

‘09 51k

10G4266P $19,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Envoy

‘07 33k

10G4318P $20,495 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577 248-264-5125

$25,450 Jay Chevrolet

Mi.

WebID

Yr

Altima

‘08 70k

11N1676P $12,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Altima

‘07 67k

10N1492A $13,999 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Altima

‘08 26k

11N1652P $16,900 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Altima

‘09 39k

10N1440P $16,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Maxima

‘06 49k

10N1318P $16,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Maxima

‘09 30k

11N1668P $23,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Maxima

‘10

11N1681P $30,999 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Pathfinder

‘08 69k

11N1682P $15,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Pathfinder

‘08 93k

10N926A

$25,850 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Quest

‘07 78k

11N1649P $13,995 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Xterra

‘08 32k

30276

866-283-8626

Envoy

‘08 30k

JA1680

‘05 98k

11G2731A $13,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Envoy XL

‘06 71k

11G2514A $14,395 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Oldsmobile

Envoy XL

‘05 63k

PG5696

866-764-3595

Model

Yr

Mi.

Price

Young Chevrolet

Model

Envoy XL

$15,900 Martin Chevrolet

Dealer

$18,994 Young Chevrolet

WebID

Price

Dealer

Phone #

Phone #

Sierra 1500

‘05 154k

5712

$6,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

Aurora

‘02 70k

30203A

$7,995

Young Chevrolet

Sierra 1500

‘05 157k

5710

$6,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

Aurora

‘02 70k

30203A

$7,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sierra 1500

‘05 138k

5709

$6,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

Bravada

‘02 144k

5583

$6,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

Sierra 1500

‘05 92k

5708

$7,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

Silhouette

‘02 247k

30172B

$2,994

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sierra 1500

‘01 141k

5546

$7,995

Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

Pontiac WebID

Price

Dealer

7306A

$6,990

Martin Chevrolet Applegate Chevrolet

Sierra 1500

‘00 106k

JX11T517A $12,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Sierra 1500

‘05 93k

10G3273A $13,495 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Sierra 1500

‘05 94k

7378A

$13,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

$14,880 Young Chevrolet

Sierra 1500

‘07 25k

30232

Sierra 1500

‘04 99k

11G2756A $14,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577 866-731-9231

$15,995 Applegate Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sierra 1500

‘07 75k

5611

Sierra 1500

‘09 45k

J11T521A $17,990 Jay Chevrolet

248-264-5125

Sierra 1500

‘07 20k

P5586

$18,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Sierra 1500

‘08 50k

30361

$20,884 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sierra 1500

‘08 38k

PG5612

$20,950 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

Sierra 1500

‘08 84k

11G3199A $20,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Sierra 1500

‘06 60k

10G1409A $23,995 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Sierra 1500

‘08 28k

30274

866-283-8626

Sierra 1500

‘08 46k

11G2712A $27,477 Lafontaine Buick GMC

$24,670 Young Chevrolet

248-707-1577

248-707-1577

Young Chevrolet

‘07 56k

Acadia

Phone #

Price

Acadia

Acadia

Dealer

$2,995

Acadia

WebID

Price

$15,885 Young Chevrolet

248-707-1577

Model

Yr

Aztek

‘05 149k

Mi.

866-283-8626

Phone # 866-764-3595

Aztek

‘05 94k

12376A

$7,995

Firebird

‘01 83k

64034A

$11,884 Young Chevrolet

866-731-9231

G5

‘07 51k

30033

$8,993

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

G5

‘07 17k

PG5608

$10,490 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

G5

‘09 29k

5661

$11,995 Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

G6

‘08 92k

65243A

$8,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

G6

‘07 84k

30362

$9,800

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

G6

‘08 45k

PG5342

$10,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

G6

‘08 40k

PG5429A

$11,990 Martin Chevrolet

866-764-3595

G6

‘08 54k

5766

$11,995 Applegate Chevrolet

866-731-9231

G6

‘07 50k

29832

$12,330 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

866-283-8626

248-707-1577

Toyota Model

Yr

Avalon

‘07 58k

Mi.

11N1683P $15,995 Lafontaine Nissan

WebID

Price

Dealer

866-735-0738

Camry

‘06 98k

10G5029B $10,997 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Camry Solara

‘08 41k

11G2046A $14,977 Lafontaine Buick GMC

248-707-1577

Corolla

‘09 43k

29750

866-283-8626

Corolla

‘09 36k

10N1582P $12,795 Lafontaine Nissan

866-735-0738

Corolla

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