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Women's Basketball
vs. Indiana
Friday, 6:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPdORTS
Monday, February 2, 1987

Wrestling
vs. Minnesota
Friday, 8:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

e Michigan Daily

Page 9

Wolverine

icers buck Broncos

at Yost

By PETE STEINERT
If Friday's 6-5 loss to Western
ichigan in Kalamazoo broke the
ockey team's hearts, it is a sure
et that Saturday night's game
rended them back together.
After going seven weeks without
win at Yost Ice Arena, Michigan

treated a crowd of 4,401 to a
delightful 9-4 rout of the Broncos.
"We've been winning some big
games on the road," said Billy
Powers, "and they (the fans) don't
get to see them. It was good
tonight. The crowd (third largest of
the season) seemed to be a little

bigger than usual, too, so maybe
that's a good sign."
THE VICTORY marks the
third straight weekend in which
Michigan has pummeled an
opponent. In the last three series it
has outscored the other team 32-18.
"We're starting to gel together,"

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Michigan forward Brad McCaughey fires a shot at Western Michigan's Bill Horn in the second period of the
Wolverines' 9-4 win Saturday night at Yost Ice Arena. McCaughey scored his 21st and 22nd goals of the season
over the weekend.
Penn St. pins grapplers

said freshman Mike Moes, who
scored a goal each night. "Everyone
knows their job now, and we're
relaxed even when the game picks
up and gets faster."
"We were crushed from last
night's game," Michigan head
coach Red Berenson said, "and it
was important that we bounced
back."
The weekend split leaves
Michigan in seventh place in the
Central Collegiate Hockey
Association (11-21 overall, 10-18
in the league), three points behind
sixth-place Ohio State. The
Buckeyes gained two points on the
Wolverines by sweeping Miami.
NINE DIFFERENT players
contributed to the Wolverines'
highest goal output of the season.
Myles O'Connor and Rob Brown
assisted on four and three of the
goals respectively.
"They seemed to have a lot
better balance this time around,"
Western head coach Bill Wilkinson
said. "It looks like Red has juggled
his lines up, and they come at you
pretty good with four lines."
"The thing is we're no longer a
one-line team," Berenson said.
"You no longer can shut down
(Brad) Jones and expect to shut our
team down."
It was Brad McCaughey who
beat goalie Bill Horn at the 9:08
mark of the first period and put
Michigan out in front to stay.
WARREN SHARPLES,
making his seventh consecutive
start in goal, held the Broncos in
check early when the game was still
close.
He and the rest of the
Wolverines held Western to a
dismal two-for-13 on its power
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"Our penalty killers did an
excellent job," Berenson said. "The
power play looked sharp. The
goalkeeping was sharp. For the
most part it was a good team
effort."
John Bjorkman and Joe
Lockwood scored late in the second
period to build the Wolverine lead
to 7-3.
Then, goals by Jones and Jeff
Norton in the first five minutes of
the third period gave Michigan a
comfortable six-goal lead. At that
time backup goalie Tim Makris
relieved Sharples for his first action
since the team reinstated him at the
end of the first semester.
"THE ONLY thing that taints
it (Saturday's win) is last night,"
said Berenson, "and that's still in
our minds because a split just isn't
enough in this particular week."
Friday night Michigan blew a 5-
3 lead heading into the third period.
The Wolverines had outplayed

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Western much the way they did
Saturday up until the last 10
minutes of the game.
That is when the Broncos scored
three unanswered goals to pull out a
come-from-behind victory.
The winning goal came at 15:34
when the Broncos' ever-present
Wayne Gagne intercepted an errant
pass in the Wolverines' end and fed
a wide open Jeff Kick in front of
Sharples.
"Last time they were here they
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By LIAM FLAHERTY
A tough week didn't get any
asier for the Michigan wrestling
quad. Top-ranked Penn State
verpowered the Wolverines 36-6
aturday at Crisler Arena.
The Wolver'ines are 'tiiIir iing
cope with the serious car cash
at put teammate Mike Murdoch
n the hospital over a week ago.
"It's been a hard week of practice
or everyone," said Michigan coach
3ale Bahr. "I haven't gotten much
leep myself."
BAHR, HOWEVER, was
tot looking to make excuses for his
cam.
"(Penn State) is a real fine
,cam," said Bahr, "one of the most
>alanced in the country."
The Nitanny Lions proved
leserving of their lofty ranking,
howing talent from top to bottom.
The Wolverines could only
manage victories in two of ten
matches.
Michigan's 134-pound stalwart
ohn Fisher won his match 6-3,
Defeating Tim Flynn in a close
ontest. Fisher avenged a loss he
uffered to Flynn two years ago as a
Freshman.
JOE PANTALEO was
Michigan's other winner, taking
:own Glenn Koser 8-5. Bahr was
pleased with Pantaleo's
performance, stating simply that he
had "wrestled real well."
Beyond those two performances
it was an evening better forgotten
byC the Wolverines.
Penn State dominated the rest of
th matches holding the Wolverines

to low point totals. Most of
Michigan's points came on escapes
given up by the Nittany Lions,
which in turn resulted in more Penn
State take downs.
The score was not the only area
where the Wolverines suffered a
"loss.: Senior 150-pounder Tony
Latora went down with what Bahr
calleda "probable fracture to the
knee area."
WITH TOP 126-pounder Doug
Wyland already suffering from
mononucleosis, the Wolverines
could ill afford another injury. Said
Bahr, "(We're left with) seven or

eight kids who haven't wrestled
much."
The coach; however, struck an
optimistic note concerning the
injuries. "At this point in time we
hope Tony's not seriously hurt," he
said, "and we hope to have Wyland
back real sa n."-
The inability of the Wolverines
to compete with Penn State was a
dissapointment but Bahr remains
hopeful for the future.
"I thought it could be an
outstanding match," he said, "but
we'll be strong once everyone's
back in." I

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