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Page 8- The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 20, 1986
Michigan reversal pins Purdue

'M' shines in relays

by SCOTT SHAFFER
With only three matches left
yesterday, the Purdue wrestlers led
Michigan, 15-11. But the Wolverines
had the Boilermakers right where
they wanted them.
Co-captain Kevin Hill beat Purdue's
Joe Urso 4-0 at 177 pounds to close the
gap to 15-14 before seniors Scott
Rechsteiner and Kirk Trost
dominatedetheir opponents and led
Michigan to a 22-15 victory over the
Boilermakers. The win was the
Wolverines' second of the weekend, as
they downed Illinois 31-9 Saturday.
DESPITE TRAILING after seven mat-

ches against Purdue, Michigan head
coach Dale Bahr was confident of a
victory. "Even if we are down by
seven or eight points going in to the
last three matches I think we can win.
"Those three guys (Hill,
Rechsteiner and Trost) are consistent
winners. Having them is like having a
savings account in the bank," said
Bahr.
Aside from the final three, William
Waters (118 pounds) and Rickey
Moore (142) also won both of their
weekend matches. Moore got his two
wins in particularly dramatic fashion,
squeezing out a 10-9 win against

Illinois' Keith Healy and then scoring
four points in the final ten seconds to
earn a victory against Joe Lilovich of
Purdue.
WATERS SCORED a technical fall
(wrestling stopped due to a 15 point
lead) over Mark Sanfilippo yesterday.
Bahr also pointed to the wrestling of
Tony Latora as a key to his team's
success. Latora went against two 150
pounders who both had notched vic-
tories over the Wolverines previously
and he came away with a win and a
draw. The win came over Illini Kirk
Azinger, who beat Latora at last
year's Big Ten meet.
"It felt good beating him," said
Latora. "When he beat me last year I
was coming off an injury. I didn't
think he was that much better than

me and I wanted to prove it."

By JEFF RUSH
Running what - Michigan
women's track coach James Henry
indicated was a low-key event,
Michigan surprised itself with a
number of firsts at the Michigan
Relays.
"We did not go in with high ex-
pectations, but the outcome was
very impressive," said Henry.
"We won a majority of the relays
and had a number of individual
firsts."
The Wolverines took the 880-yard
relay, the two-mile relay, the
sprint medley relay and the
distance medley relay. The
Michigan runners were especially
impressive intthe latter two relays,
winning by ten and 15 seconds,
respectively.
HENRY was especially pleased
with Dana McKeithen, a freshman

from Detroit Cass Tech who ran on
both the 880 relay and the sprint
medley relay winning com-
binations. In addition, McKeithen
set a personal best in winning the
60-yard dash in 7.21 seconds.
In the men's events, Thomas
Wilcher took up where he left off
last year, running to victories in
the 60-yard dash and the 60-yard
high hurdles. Coupled with Todd
Steverson's victory in the 600 yard
run, the men's squad made a
respectable showing at the
Michigan Relays.
Wilcher zipped to a 7.18 victory
in the high hurdles, defeating
Oliver Porter of Cleveland State by
.27 seconds. Wilcher's time
established a Michigan varsity
record, a new fieldhouse record,
and qualified him for the NCAA
meet.

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