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Sharples shows stuff in
October 10, 1988
BY LISA GILBERT
Warren Sharples showed why he
is Michigan's first-string goalie in
the team's annual intrasquad game
Friday night, leading the White team
to an 11-4 victory over the Blue.
Sharples, last year's team Most
Valuable Player, was backed by
outstanding play from first-year
player Denny Felsner and sophomore
"Sharples could be the best goalie
in the (Central Collegiate Hockey
Association) this year," said senior
co-captain Todd Brost. "It makes a
big difference to have him back there
to cover up your mistakes."
SHARPLES said: "We got a lot
of good bounces and they got a lot of
bad bounces. It's unfortunate that it
was such a blowout. This team has a
lot of depth, and tonight we didn't
Before fans even were settled in
their seats, White had grabbed the
lead. Junior Ryan Pardoski scored an
unassisted goal on a breakaway less
than 15 seconds into the game.
Blue scored a short-handed goal to
tie the game, 1-1, as first-year player
Mike Helber - brother of Wolverine
junior Tim Helber - slapped a hard
shot past Sharples into the left-hand
corner of the net.
Another first-year player, walk-on
Franz Herbert, gave White the lead it
never relinquished when he stole a
pass, evaded the defender, and
connected from 10 feet away.
WHITE began to break open the
game in the second period. After
sophomore Kent Brothers and junior
Mike Moes exchanged goals, White
capitalized on a Blue penalty. Junior
Alex Roberts scored on a power play,
and first-year player Denny Felsner
added another goal within a minute.
Herbert added insult to injury with
his second goal, this one in a short-
handed situation, putting the White
Brost scored his first goal of the
night to narrow the margin to 6-3 at
the end of two periods. Brost finished
with two goals and two assists.
The White offense simply
overwhelmed the Blue in the final
period. Ballantine put in two goals
and an assist. Senior co-captain
Myles O'Connor, Felsner and
Brothers also chipped in. with goals.
"It's hard to say what our top
lines are," coach Red Berenson said
after the game.
Despite the one-sided score, Brost
was optimistic. "The intensity level
was higher than any other year that
I've been here. It's a good sign; we're
ready to play."
Berenson agreed. "You'd never
know it was an intrasquad game from
the amount of hitting and contact.
We're anxious to move on to some
Michigan officially begins its
season this Friday and Saturday
nights against CCHA foe Miami of
FROM STAFF REPORTS
The Michigan men's soccer club
shut out Ball State Friday, 6-0.
The Wolverines scored first 16
minutes into the game on a Doug
Junior Eric Moore put Michigan
up, 2-0, with 10 minutes left in the
The score stayed that way until
the second half. Moore got his
second goal of the contest just five
minutes into the half to extend
Pete Dewhurst, Dave Aver, and
first-year student Jason Cardosis all
added goals to complete the scoring.
Goalkeepers Ray Kochey and Eric
Johnson shared the shutout for
"Our seniors really came through
for us today," said Michigan head
coach Mike Ruddy.
Good-bye, says Jose Canseco to Boston and his third
home run in the American League play-off series.
Oakland swept Boston in four games.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - The
Oakland Athletics, showing off the
pitching and power that made them
baseball's winningest team this
season, completed a four-game sweep
in the American League playoffs by
beating the Boston Red Sox, 4-1,
Jose Canseco, the major-league
leader in home runs, tied an A.L.
playoff record with his third home
run of the series, and Dennis
Eckersley, the leader in saves, set a
major-league playoff mark with his
fourth save as he finished a four-
hitter for Dave Stewart and Rick
The Athletics returned to the
World Series for the first time since4
1974. Game 1 will be Saturday night
in either New York or Los Angeles.
Oakland posted the first four-game
sweep since 1976, when Cincinnati's
Big Red Machine rolled over the New
York Yankees in the World Series.
The Athletics also got some long-due
revenge against Boston, which swept
Oakland out of the 1975 playoffs and
ended its run of three consecutive4
The Red Sox, whose longest
losing string during the regular
season was four games, picked a bad
time to duplicate that streak. The
Athletics dominated Boston this year,
going 13-3 and winning all eight in
Oakland, giving them 15 victories
over the Red Sox in the last 16
meetings in Oakland.
Canseco, the major-league hom4
run leader with 42, hit a solo shot in
the first inning and tied George
Brett's A.L. playoff record. Canseco
has hit five home runs in 26 career
at-bats against loser Bruce Hurst,
including one in Game 1.
Stewart made the early lead stand
up, allowing only Jim Rice's RBI
grounder in the sixth. Stewart left
after Ellis Burks' leadoff single in th
eighth and Honeycutt immediatel
got Marty Barrett to ground into a
double play. Eckersley pitched the
ninth to get his fourth save in as
Dwight Evans, the only player on
either team who participated in
Boston's 1975 playoff victory over
Oakland, did not help the Red Sox.
He struck out with the bases loaded
to end the first inning and fann
with the tying run on second base to
end the sixth.
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