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The Michigan Daily
BROWN'S SIX POINTS IGNITE MICHIGAN
Icers manage one of two at OSU
Twins batter Cards
in Series clincher
By IAN RATNER
Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS - The split is in
fashion with the Wolverine hockey
team this season. For the third
consecutive weekend, Michigan split
a pair of games, beating Ohio State
in Columbus on Friday evening, 5-
3, before falling to the Buckeyes, 6-
3, in Saturday's affair.
Michigan (3-3) has failed to win
two on the road since a December
13-14, 1985 meeting versus Miami.
The opportunity for a sweep alluded
the Wolverines as the Buckeyes (1-3-
2) broke a 3-3 tie 55 seconds into
Saturday night's third period with a
shorthanded goal en route to a 6-3
Buckeye rookie Don Oliver scored
the goal on a breakaway and Ohio
State followed with two more
unanswered goals during the third
"WE WENT into the third
period hungry and confident,
thinking we could pull it out," said
Michigan head coach Red Berenson.
"But that shorthanded goal really
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Ohio State head coach Jerry
Welsh concurred, "That (goal) was
the turning point. It was a
backbreaker for them."
The Buckeyes opened the scoring
on Saturday night with a power play
goal midway through the first
period. Ohio State scored again four
minutes later when Michigan
defenseman Gary Lorden's giveaway
in his own zone precipitated a wild
scramble around the net and a goal
for the Buckeyes.
Michigan's Rob Brown answered
back for the Wolverines at 17:24 of
the first. He added another goal to
open the second period scoring,
giving Brown four goals and two
assists for the weekend.
OHIO STATE'S Derek
Higdon capitalized on a power play
situation with Brown in the penalty
box to put the Buckeyes ahead, 3-2.
Michigan's Mark Sorenson, who
was suspsended for Friday night's
game, completed the second period
scoring at 18:34 with a blistering
slapshot that beat Ohio State
goaltender Todd Fanning.
But Fanning, who replaced Roger
Beedon following the first period of
Friday night's game, proved to be
the difference for the Buckeyes. After
yielding two goals in the second
period of Friday's game, Fanning
stoned the Wolverines for the
remainder of the weekend.
"I got to give Fanning a lot of
credit," said Bereson. "We had a lot
of chances to score but we couldn't
put it past him. I thought he played
a strong game."
Not to be denied, Michigan goalie
Warren Sharples was equally
impressive in goal while turning
away 73 shots over the two games.
Sharples displayed a quick glove
hand and came up with numerous
saves on his back.
"BOTH NIGHT'S Sharples
was extremely stingy in scramble
situations," said Welsh. "He made
some incredible saves."
Sharples was not as impressed
with his performance. "I thought
they got some flukey goals," said
Sharples. "We outplayed them
overall and I think we deserved to
win both games."
Both games were marked by an
excessive amount of penalties and
some shoddy play on both sides. The
Buckeyes and Wolverines combined
for 109 penalty minutes highlighted
by Brown's moving pick which
leveled Buckeye captian Andy Forcey
and his decapitation attempt of Scott
Syring which drew Brown a five-
minute major penalty.
"There were too many
unneccassary penalties on both
teams," said Berenson.
Yet Berenson was pleased with
the team's effort despite Saturday's
loss. "Overall, I think our team
came to play both games, " said
Berenson. We're playing with alot of
confidence on the road. We could
have won both games and that's a
hell of a lot better than last year and
the year before."
From staff reports
Frank Viola pitched eight
innings allowing two runs as the
Minnesota Twins brought its first-
ever World Championship home to
the Minneapolis Metrodome last
night, beating the St. Louis
Cardinals 4-2 in Game 7.
Viola, making his third straight
start on three days rest, was named
MVP of the World Series.
Reliever Jeff Reardon set down
the Cardinals in order in the ninth
to preserve the victory.
This series marked the first time
the home team has won every
game. Minnesota had the best
home record in the majors in 1987,
going 60-25 at the Metrodome."
Greg Gagne hit a two-out infield
single with the bases loaded in the.
bottom of the sixth inning and Dan
Gladden doubled in Tim Laudner in
the eighth, providing Minnesota
with its final two runs.
Danny Cox, the starter in
Game 5 and pitching in relief of
starter Joe Magrane, started the
sixth by walking the first two
batters before being replaced by
Todd Worrell - his earliest entry
into a game this year.
After catcher Tim Laudner struck
out, Roy Smalley, celebrating his
35th birthday, pinch hit for
Lombardozzi and walked, loading
the bases. Leftfielder Dan Gladden
struck out, but Gagne beat out an
infield single to score Brunansky
and put the Twins ahead.
Dan Gladden doubled in Tim
Laudner in the bottom of the eighth
with one out. Tommy Herr's relay
from rightfielder Jose Oquendo
bounced in front of Steve Lake
allowing Laudner to score.
The Cardinals jumped out to a
2-0 lead in the second , after
stringing together four singles off
First baseman Jim Lindeman
started the inning with a single, and;
centerfielder Willie McGee singled.
him to second. Designated hitter
Tony Pena followed with a single
to left, scoring Lindeman and two
outs later, catcher Steve Lake
singled in McGee.
Minnesota came right back in
the bottom of the inning, however,.
keeping the capacity crowd in the
game after the first two batters
reached base against Magrane --
the first rookie since Mel
Stollemyre in 1964 to start a
Designated hitter Don Baylor
was hit by a pitch, and rightfielder
Tom Brunansky singled him to.
second. After first baseman Kent
Hrbek struck out, catcher Tim
Laudner singled to left and
leftfielder Vince Coleman gunned
Baylor at the plate.
Second baseman Steve
Lombardozzi followed with a single,
that scored Brunansky, slicing the
Cardinal lead in half.:-
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