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Condoowners left in a lurch after developer pulls out BY TIFFANY L PARKS STAFF WRITER

When LII Path glances around her

subdIVisIon, she doesn t see the rusted paInt can near the edge of the road, the toppled pile ofbncks or homemade street Sign She sees the future 'If yon can VisualIze It, Its gOIng to be beautIful' SaId Path, loolung beyond the dead shrubbery outSIde her home 'ThIS IS not a rotten place to lIve, but we Will be happy when

It s fimshed ' Path and her husband, near the northeast corner and Geddes m The Villas Creek WIth only a handful of


Ed, lIve of Beck at Maple the spa-

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OhlO-based developer ClasSIC TraditlOn Homes has stopped constructlOn on the project and ISlookmg for a new buyer to take over the subdlVlslOn, WhIChwas set to mclude 52 umts The condos start at $230,000

Rusted pamt cans Walt for a painter outSide of The VJ!las at Maple Creek, an unfinished condominium community at Beck an~ Geddes

'They were all ready to sod (the grass) and then boom, they were gone, saId Ed Path, while Lil chimed m, It's the story of MIchigan We have to be patlent ' At the subdiVIslOn, two bmldmgs With four condos each have been completed while a third, unfimshed buIldmg Sits empty With debns tucked mSIde the open garages The subdlVlSlOll s mam street, Shepherd Lane, Winds around the PLEASE SEE CONDOS, A6 BILL BRESLER I STAfF PHOTOGRAPHER

Teacher union head decries trustee's call for salary cut BY TONY BRUSCATO STAFF WRITER


Jeanlne Lowe was among many who offered Todd Caccamo a big hug and warm Wishes dUring hiS welcome home party Wednesday night

Welcome home, patriot Well wishers turn out to greet Caccamo on return from Iraq BY KURTKUBAN STAFF WRITER

As he looked around the room at all the famIly members, fnends and other well Wishers, It was pretty clear to Todd Caccamo that he was a world away from the war torn streets of Baghdad where he had been less than two weeks earlIer The Canton TownshIp trustee was at a welcome home party Wednesday mght at

BaIley's Pub and Gnlle m Canton Caccamo left the Board of Trustees and hIS home lIfe a lIttle over a year ago after re-enlIstmg In the U S Mannes, so he could help Amenca m Its fight agaInst terrOrIsm Caccamo's Wife, Kay, and Canton Computers owner Jason Lewkut organIzed the party The usually outspoken Caccamo seemed overwhelmed by the gathermg All mght long people took turns greetmg hIm Some brought hIm gifts, other, offered hugs

It almost feels lIke I never left,' SaId Caccamo, who was amazed by how many people showed up "You get used to bemg m a war zone It was almost normal to see burned out bmldmgs and rubble everywhere So when I got home and sawall the green grass and nlCe homes, It was almost surreal 1m defimtely IlVlng m the present" Caccamos enlIstlnent ends June 1, at PLEASE SEE IRAQ, A3

Lecture to debunk myths about Muslim women ay TIFFANYL

woman MCWS member Sayeed MallIck saId SOCIetyIS rIddled With falsehoods about the treatment of women m Islam 'We respect our women," he 'aId We put them m hIgh esteem and we don't explOlt them" The lecture, WhICh IS scheduled from 2 30 P m to 4 30 pm, IS open to everyone The



The MuslIm Commumty of Western Suburbs Will present ItS thIrd semmar to the Canton commumty on May 19 at the Canton PublIc LIbrary The lecture Are Women m Islam Oppressed or LIberated?' Will feature Dr Mumra CurtIS, who IS an AmerIcan Mushm

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Canton Pubhc LIbrary IS located at 1200 S Canton Center Road MallIck saId the MCWS hIghly encourages attendance from non-MuslIms "ThIS IS mamly for them, he SaId "We want to hIghlIght what the creator of woman says about women and our roam objectIVe IS to welcome people of all faIths and belIefs The free event ISbemg

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\\Then nt-ar1v d Qozen Pi me lth J J h '1cf )( 1 coaches told the Plymouth Canton Boaid oi EducatlOn Tuesday they would gIve up theIr salarIes to keep athletIC dIrector Terry Sawchuk from bemg laId off, Trustee Richard HamKucharslu used the moment to challenge teachers to do the same Ham -Kucharslu, who has drawn the wrath of the PIVlllouth-Canton EducatlOn As,ocIatlOn for callmg on teachers to take a one-tIme 6percent pay cut to help balance a defiCIt budget, dldn t do much to bUIld BilL BRESLER 1 STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER relatlOns With the umon Union preSident Chuck Portelli for upcommg contract accused a school board trustee talks of bargaining m public "I have recommended we do that dIStnctWlde, not only to save Terry S.twchuh but the other 73 peo pie who receIved pmk slIp, a couple of weeks ago; Ham-KucharskI SaId And With that Simple correction, we would be able to save support programs .md connnue to bave the athletIC program For US, the largest expense m our budget IS,alarles across the board' At that,pomt, board PresIdent Barry Simescu cut off Ham-KucharskI by tellIng hIm 'That s mappropnate at thIS tIme' P-CEA PreSident Chuck Portelh was ViSIblyupset durmg Ham-Kucharslu's speech, and was fummg afterward Hell, yes, It'S bargaInmg m publIc," PortellI saId Bargammg should not be done m a publIc settmg It should be done at a bargammg table and not between a board member and the pubhc He should be domg It at the bargammg table, and hes not even on their bargaImng team Contract bargammg between the diStnct and the 1,100 teachers has yet to begin Supermtendent ,T1In Ryan saId Ham-Kucharslu's comments dldi\t make hIS Job eaSIer "I thmk It hurts, because the umon gets Into a bargammg pOSition where they aren t gomg to take that; Ryan SaId I don t thmk It s helped our mterestbased bargammg where we all SIt at the same table and try to solve problems' tbruscato®hometownllfe











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Canton's Eric Hughes, one of three managers at the Texas Roadhouse believes the restaurant will find Its niche with a location In Westland's CIVIC center area they took full advantage of Crazy Hat Day donnmg everythmg from an allIgator head to big pmk bows ThiS Fnday, employees Will test what they ve learned durmg an InVItatIOn-only rehearsal dmner All tips will go to the non profit Westland Commumty FoundatiOn whiCh provides student scholarships and

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Texas Roadhouse looks for niche Westland s newest steakhouse draws Its mspiratIOn from deep m the heart of Texas So what if it s based out of Lomsville, Ky Employees bustled this week mSide the new Texas Roadhouse, dartmg past a cactus and ignormg a Wilhe Nelson poster as they prepared for the big day The ISO-employee 239-seat restaurant will open at 4 p m Monday on Ford Road east of Newburgh, In a pnme spot on one of Westland's busiest stnps Never mmd that many Michigan residents are saddlmg up and movmg to places lIke Texas to find Jobs Canton resIdent Ene Hughes, one of three managers, beheves the new restaurant wIll thrIve nght here m the wild, wild West-land We re not an overpneed steakhouse, he said Popular items mclude the Killer Ribs from the appetizer menu, Hughes said Our nbs are very popular he said We have fall-off-the-bone tender nbs Even though Texas Roadhouse Will be up agamst SImIlar competItIOn from estabhshed eatenes hke LongHorn Steakhouse and Famous Dave s - to name Just two - Hughes predicts it will find itS mche 'We chose Ford Road because of the traffic count and the great centrallocatlOn, he said As worker" traIned thIS week they found time to enJoy themselves On Monday,



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Mallory responded to a tele phone InqUiry by Ed Path, who was lookIng for a status update on the development We currently are workIng With the bank to find a buyer for the commumty, Mallory wro+e It IS our desIre and the bank s that the commumty be completed, so we both are seekIng a buyer who has the ablhty to bUild and sell the remammg umts There are some prospectIve purchasers, but none are very serIOUSat the moment ClasSICTraditiOn has other developments In Westland, YpsIlanti and Taylor At the end of hIs letter, Mallory apologized for not beIng more specific and said he would pass along more InformatIon as It became aVaIlable He also wrote that he assumed the bank would contInue to seek a buyer With us for another 60-90 days If there are no serIOUSprospects by then, I beheve the bank Will take con trol ofthe proJect" The Paths who hved In a condo off of Palmer and Lotz before mOVIngto Maple Creek In late 2005 were so taken by the plans for the SIte that they traveled to OhiO to see a model of their condomInIUm They say they aren t womed about the rest of the subdlVlsiOn beIng developed, they are more concerned about the Immed,-

CONDOS FROM PAGE Al largely-vacant parcel, but tapers off east of the completed bUildIngs Unhke other developments near the IntersectIOn, there s no splashy sIgnage annOunCIng the subdlVlsiOn s presence It s an eyesore really, said Helen McNamara, who bought a Maple Creek condo about a year ago There s nothmg happemng' LIke the Paths, McNamara would hke the development to be completed but has no complaInts about her specIfic property and IS snllimpressed by ItS cathedral cellmgs, French doors walk In closets, fireplace and arched Windows McNamara moved to Canton from ClInton TownshIp to be closer to her adult grandchll dren She says she toured a lot of places before makIng a final deCISiOnon Maple Creek We had an expectatiOn that (the subdlVlslOn) would gradually go on and on," she said The workmanshIp IS good but It seems lIke whoever was domg It ran out of money' Buck Mallory of the ClasSIC Tradltlon Homes development team did not return calls for thl< story In a letter dated Apn130,


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Ith all the fuss over the Bloomfield Hdls school bond vote and school board electIOn, an Important event was passed over SIr Graves Ghastly has died Adnuttedly, I thought he had died years ago, but I have smce learned that he passed on recently at age 94 OffiCIally he was Lawson Demmg, but to all of us Saturday afternoon fans from the late 1960s to early 1980s he WIll always be SIr Graves - or as m~ then-young nephew used to say, Sir Grapes SIr Graves delJghted hIS fans WIth some of the cormest TV ever seen on TV Interspersel:! WIth ancient horror films, hke The Mummy and The WolfMan, Sir Graves wolJid entertllIn us WIth songs and Jokes WIth the aId of an Greg assortment of helpers hke Cool GholJi, TillIe Trollhouse, The Glob and Barnba. Kowalski -All of them looked suspICIously i1ke SIr Graves The Jokes were awful The songs dreadful And the set - a cardboard coffin m a httle graveyard - was about as cheesy as you could get No matter SIr Graves was fun He was a gentle vampIre He had good manners and never spoke 111 of anyone He was campy m hIS own way, but he never attempted to be hip or sly He even preferred to show the clasSICold horror mOVIes,where nary a drop of blood was shown and there was no such thmg a senal kIller They had class So dId he And look what we've got now Sir Graves used to be on Saturday afternoons m a TV land that eXisted long before cable Now we have dozens of channels that essentially show nothmg These Saturday afternoons, I mJght fhp over to Fox news, or MSNBC or CNN, as I am a news JunkIe But for the most part the shows featore people yelilng at each other or otherwise engaging m verbal mudfests There doesn t seem to be any room anymore for honest debate oflegltlmate dIsagreement Now, many shows are JUst


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Plymouth's EvanBropheyISupended by Sudburys Justin Donatiduring the second period of Fridaynight s Game5 of the OHLChampionshipSeries The Whalerswon 4-3, In overtime to take a 3-2 lead heading Into tOnight'sGame6 In Sudbury

Whalers on brink of OHLchampionship Collins' OT game-winner nets 3-2 lead in series BY ED WRIGHT STAFF WRITER

FolloWIng 73 mmutes of high-mteusity hockey, a frandfue-rreord 8: shok Ull goal and a countless number of near UllSses,the Plymouth Whalers saw the hght Fnday mght The red hght And they couldn't have been happIer - or more reheved Dan Collms' goal WIth 6 26 left m overbme earned Plymouth a 4-3 VIctory over Sudbury m Game 5 of the Ontario Hockey Leagoe's

ChamplOushlp Senes POSSIbly the most exCltmg contest ever played at the Compuware Sports Arena - espeCla1lyconSldenng the !ugh stakes mvoh ed - wa.:. WItnessed by 3,359 sure-to be-hoarse-bySaturday-monung fans The VVha.lers,who are now JUst 60 sohd mmutes of hockey away from claumng possessIOn of the J Ross Robertson trophy fur the first nme smce 1995, will pack themselves and a 3-2 senes lead mto a bus and travel to Sudbury for Game 6 on Sunday mght A Wolves' VIctory

will force a Game 7 on Tuesday mghtat7 05p m atthe Compuware Sports Arena. A Whalers wm will earn Plymouth a coveted OHL tItle and a trIp to Vancouver for the MemonalCup After what transpIred Fnday mght anythmg ISpOSSIble The Whalers outshot the Wolves, 81-35, but still had to sweat out the wm after blowmg a 3-1 tlurd penod lead "You always get a httle nerv OllS



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Altogether, the lanky southpaw gave up eIght Ints and struck out five while ISSwngJUStone free pass Both pItchers may owe a couple After two mmngs ofThurSl!ay's of their teammates steak dIuners cross-eampus showdown between Canton and Salem, It appeared as IT - or at least Happy Meals - after they snuffed out rallies WIth stera fuse may be blown m the Rocks' hng defeUSlvc effurts Inthe see scoreboard one!, Salem nght fielder Jusnn Over the final five mmngs, the Horger threw out Canton's Will scoreboard was barely needed. TIdwell at the plate to help squelch In a game that qmcklyevolved from a slngfest mto a pItchers duel, a Cluef upnsmg In the slXlh, Canton returned the the ChIefs prevailed, 6-5, to favor when left fielder Kyle Gnng nnprove their record to 8-9-1 overfielded Kyle Powell's SlUgleand all 'The Rocks dropped to 7-11 gunned down Rock shortstop Ten ofl:/Ie game's 11nms crossed Heath Parhng - the potentlal the plate m the first two frames, tymg run - at the plate. winch ended WIth the two nvals Canton Jumped to a 2-0 lead m knotted at 5-all Canton pushed the first when Blame Paden and across th!>game-WlUUer m the BarathledoffWIthsmgles No 3 fourth wJ1en Brad Baraths fielder's Intter Kyle Gnng then l81d down a chOIce grt;lunder scored Cody BakIta,-wfio hitd reacliedon an sacrdiCe bunt befure MIlus brought Paden and Barath home WIth a error Semor nght-hander Dan sharply Int smgle MIlus earned the wm m rehef for Salem answered WIth three m Its the Cluefs after coohng off the half of the first when the first two Rocks' hats over the final 5 2 batters - Parhng and Powellmmngs MIlus reTIred 16 of the 21 walked, settmg the table fur sophobatters he faced, striklng out three more center fielder Sam Ott's while yteldIngJust three Ints three-run, oppoSlte-field home run After a shaky start that was hampered by a couple of ill-tuned The Cluefs talhed three unearned nms m the second on an =rs, Salem semor left-hander Brad Way settled down and temRBI smgle from Barath and a coupered the ChIefs' bats After glVlng ple of Salem errors The Rocks knotted the game at 5-all when up five ruus (oulytwo earned) m Powell npped a two-run smgle the first two mmngs, Way held That set the stage for Baraths Canton m check WIth the excepUon game-WInmng fielder's chOIce of an unearned run m the fourth.

Hole-in-one Canton reSident Rocco Varalallirecorded hiSfirst career hole-In-on on ApFlI 30 on the 137-yard17th hole at Ea~le Crest Golf Course In YpSilanti Varalalliused a pltchln~ wed~e for hiSace and finIshed with a nIne-hole round of 37

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Former Canton track-' and-field standout Dave CalilleISburnln~ up the track at Lansing CommunIty College On May9 at the AqulAas TwilightOpen Track Meet In Grand Rapids, the college sophomore established la new LCCrecord In the 200-meter dash With a lime of 2147 seconds The effort qualified Calillefelr the National JUnior College Track Meet In Coffeyville, KanCall1lewas also a member of the LCC400relay conlln~ent that set a new school record With~ time of 42,71 The former Chief capped his memorable day by Winnln~ the 400-meter da~h In 48 66 The meet inclUded top-notch athletes from Michiganand Ohio.





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The DIstnct 27 baseball and softball brackets have been released for the twoday tournament that WIll mclude Plymouth, Canton and Salem on May 29 and June 2 In the baseball competItIOn, Plymonth WIll square off agamst host L1voma Stevenson on Tuesday, May 29, at 4 30 P m The WInner WIll take on Salem, whlCh drew a first-round bye, m a semIfinal matchup set for Saturday, June 2, atl230pm On the other SIde of the brackets, LlVoma ChurchIll and L1voma Franklm WIll playa pre-dIstnct contest on May 29 at 2 30 P m The wmner WIll take on Canton, WhICh drew a first-round bye, m a semIfinal game set for June 2 at 10 am The champlOnshlp game WIll be played June 2 at 3 p m In the softball tonrney, Plymouth WIll take on host Stevenson on May 29 at 2 30 P m The VIctor WIll battle Salem, whlCh drew a first-round bye, m a sermfinal clash set for June 2 at 10 a m On the other SIde of the brackets, Churchill and Franklm WIll square off m a pre-dIstnct showdown on May 29 at 4 30 P m The WInner WIn tangle WIth Canton, whIch drew a first-round bye, m a semIfinal game set for June 2 at noon The champlOnshlp tIlt WIll commence at2pm

spring/summer basketb)lll and volleyball leagues Youth and adult basketballlea~ues Willbegin June 4 and last 10 weeks plus playoffs The re~lstratioh deadline ISMay 29 The youth team fee IS$850 and Includes one-practice per week Youth indiViduals may sign up to play on a house team The adult l team fee IS$750 and a4ult Individuals may also sl~n up to play on a house t$m for $85 80th adult and indiVidualfees Include ~ Jersey , Adult cooedvolleyball, lea~ues also start June'4 and run for 10 weeks plqs playoffs The re~lstratlon deadline ISMay29 Thej volleyball leagues play on Mondays or Wednesda~ and the cost Is $510 pe~ te~~~th volleyballcllnlc~ are also available for bolts and girls between the abes of 9 and 14. The beginner class Is set for Wednesdays from 5'30-6 30 p m an~ the Intermedlate/advanFed class ISon Wednesdays from 6 30-7 30 p m The fee IS$80 for eight wee'ks and classes start June ~

MU softball falls 8ethel College (Ind.) ended Madonna's softball season Wednesday wltl1a 7-2 win In the NAIAReQlon VIIIchampionship rounilm 8attle Creek The Pilots> (43-8), ranked 21st nallonai, also beat the Crusadhrs 3-0 earlier In the day a~d moved on to the NAIA national tournament, beglnnIn~ May18 In Decatur, Ala Between the two MU-Bethel~ames,.lhe Crusaders earned a 4-3 victory over Marian The Crusaders finIsh the season Witha 34-16 overall mark and for the second straight year were defeated In the championship round of the re~lonal. l



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BOYS TRACK RESULTS Whitaker) 3 39 2 W L Western 3 45 B3 DUAL-MEETRECOROS Plymouth 3 2 Western 0 5 SALEM 72 JOHN GLENN65 Thursday et salem Shot put 1 Henley (JG) 49 3 2 BOZlg"n (JG) 42 5 3 Jim Crabill IS) 41 9 Discus 1 Henley (JG) 136 5 2 BOZigian (JG) 134 0 3 Courtney FraZier (5) 11811 High jump 1 Jace Bearden (5) 6 2 2 Ian Thornton IJG) 6 2 Ross DavIS (5) 6 2 LonQJump 1 Jace Bearden (5) 19 1 2 C Jackson (JG) 18 115 3 Bm Efremov (5) 18 115 Pole vautt 1 J P Truesdell (5) 12 0 2 Lawrence IJG) 110 3 Lockhart IJG) 10

PLYMOUTH96.67 W L. WESTERN41.33 Thursday at Plymouth Shot put I Sam RIChards (P) 44 leet 115 Inches 2 5axson (WLW) 41 615 3 Corey Gomall (P) 40 1 Olscus. 1 Gerald Lou (P) 136 10 2 Derek Bradford (P) 1211 3 Calo (WLW) 113 0 Long lump 1 Kassell (WLW) 12 1 50 2 Mack (WLW) 19 1150 3 Nate Gholston IP) 197 High Jump 1 MarVin Whitaker IP) 5 10 2 Ohngren (WLW) 5 B 3 (tie) Kassell (WLW) Pawan Dahlwal (P) Mike Hanchett

IP) 53 Pole vault 1 Ben Ambrose (P) 111 2 Andrew Sheperd (PliO 6 3 Jake 2awaskl (P) 10 0 3 2DD-meter relar 1 Plymouth (Anthony


3 200-mete"elar 1 Salem B 43 B6 2 John Glenn 9 05 B4 110high hurdles 1 Baze Elremov IS) 15 24 2 Aletunmobl (JG) 15 31 3 Anthony (JG) 16 26 100 dash 1 Ian Thornton (JG) 1116 2 DawkinS (JG) 1129 3 Adam Kashoro (5) 1155 800 relay 1 John Glenn 1 34 02 2 Salem 13B 55 1,600 run 1 Craig Cowing IS) 45409 2 E Volstromer 4 54 77 3 A Volstromer 45511 400 relay 1 John Glenn 4451 2 Salem 4512 400 dash 1 Curllss (JG) 5136 2 KeVin Cope IS) 5276 3 Grant Stone (5) 53 69 300 hurdles 1 Bm Efremov IS) 41 67 2 Anthony IJG) 42 B6 3 Scott 0 Connor (5) 4351 800 run 1 Rob CurtIS (5) 2 1146 2 Wood IJG) 211 50 3 DeVin deBear (5) 21565 200 dash 1 DawkinS (JG) 2319 2 Adam Kashoro IS) 2310 3 Marks (JG) 2409 3,200 ru .. 1 Mike Charara (JS) 1106 20 A Volsromer IS) 1106 31 3 Jason Smith (5) 1106 39 1,600 relay 1 Salem 3 32 86 2 John Glenn 3 3727 Salem s dual meet record 3 2 CANTON815 WAYNE MEMORIAL55 5

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Kyle Wallath) B 33 1 W L Western B 35 110high hurdles 1 NICk PleSCia (PI 165 2 Stoloff IWLW) 1B5B 3 Ross (WLW) 1814 100 dash 1 Jenanan Caldwell (P) 112 2 Morelli (WLW) 1139 3 Connor McKmney (P) 114 SDOrelay 1 W L Western 1 31 Plymouth was dIsqualified 1600 run 1 Justin Huey (P) 441 1 Matt Lewandowski (P) 4 44 3 Mahakran (WLW) 44615 400 relar 1 W L Western 45 25 (Plymouth dISqualified) 400 dash 1 Mike Hanchett IP) 524 2 Schnalble (WLW) 52 93 3 MarVin Whitaker (P) 5319 300 hurdles 1 Nate Gholston (P) 41 69 1 Mack (WLW) 4455 3 NICk Plese" (P) 4496 BOOrun 1 Kyle Wallath (P) 2 09 1 Justin Huey (PI 210 3 Andrade (WLW) 111 200 dash 1 Jenanan Caldwell (P) 23 59 1 Malik RICh (P) 2415 3 Probst (WLW) 1416 3,200 run 1 Derek Lax (P) 1015 2 Anthony Scaparo (P) 10 17 3 Patnck Slavens (P) 10 31 1600 relay 1 Plymouth (M ke Hanchett Nate Gholston Kenneth Lomske Marv n

Thursday at Wayne Shot put 1 NICk Moores (C) 4611 25 2 Bryanl(WM) 454 3 Gorrlng (WM) 44 325 Discus 1 NICk Moores (C) 146 10 2 Steve Paye (C) 142 10 3 Hassen (WM) 1191 Hlghjump 1 Ene Thornton (C) 65 2 Bryanl(WM) 5 6 3 (lie) Kerth 2ech (C) and Mills (WM) 5 3 Long jump 1 Okemd, Oparaeke (C) 19 10 5 2 Freeman IWM) 19 9 5 3 Powell (WM) 1905 Pole vauR 1 Chns McGlnms (C) 12 10 2 Joe Massel (C) 12 0 3 Bnan Rakovlbs IC) 110 3 ZOD-meter run 1 Canton (Marcus Sylvester Keith Zech Josh Hurst Scott 2ech) B 35 3 2 Wayne B 360 110high hurdles 1 Powell (WM) 15 4 2 Tim Belcher IC) 154 3 Rykalsky (C) 169 100 dash 1 Crowe IWMI 113 2 NICk Moores IC) 111 3 Freeman IWM) 11B BOOrelar 1 Wayne 1 341 2 Canton (Ryan Randall Shenf Hassamen Tim Belcher Andrew Manuel) 1 35 6 1,600 run 1 Ene 2ech (C) 4 49 6 2 Duncan SPitz (C) 4 51 5 3 Scholfield IWM) 4540 400 relay 1 Wayne 459 2 Canton (Ryan Randall Rohn Gaudl OCle LeWIS Tosln Adedell) 415 400 dash 1 Andrew Manuel (C) 51 0 2 Crowe (WM) 51 2 3 Josh Elim (C) 54 3 300 hurdles 1 Tim Belcher (C) 415 2 Powell (WM) 42 2 3 Shenf Hassamen (C) 453 800 run 1 LewIS (WM) 2 03 5 2 Scott 2ech (C) 2 07 6 3 Josh GodWin (C) 20B 200 dash 1 Andrew Manuel (C) 23 5 2 Baskin (WM) 23 6 3 Freeman (WM) 245 3,200 run 1 Greg Reed (C) 10 45 2 2 Kyle Clifton (C) 10 50 6 3 Scholfield IWM) 10 53 2 1 600 relar 1 Wayne 3 35 B 2 Canton (Sher f Hassalnen Tim Belcher Josh [tlm Scott 2echl 3 361 Camon 5 dual meet record 5 1

08SERVERLAND 80VS TRACK BESTS SHOT PUT NICk Moores (Canton) 52 3 50 Bryan Henley (John Glenn) 50 4 Adam Gorrlng (Wayne) 50 2 Jon Robinson (Churchill) 48 1075 Steve Paye (Canton) 46 1 KeVin Wengert (Franklin) 45 11 Mike Wood (Franklin) 45 7 Alex Edwards (Lutheran Westland) 45 4 25 Matt Broome (Stevenson) 44 115 Wardell Fuqua (Canton) 44 915 DISCUS Steve Paye (Canton) 150-9 Bryan Henley (John Glenn) 150 6 NICk Moores (Canton) 14710 Matt 8roome (Stevenson) 1413 Robert Pennywltt (RU) 13B 11 Mike Wood (franklin) 138 B Thomas Myers (Churchill) 138 6 Gerald Lou (Plymouth) 136 10 2ach BOZlg"n (John Glenn) 134 0 Brad Doak (Stevenson) 133 0 HIGH JUMP Enc Thornton (Canton) 6 8 Mitchell White (Stevenson) 6 4 Jacob McDonald (Churchill) 6 3 Jace Beardon (Salem) 6 2 Israel Woolfork (Franklin) 6 2 Ian Thornton (John Glenn) 6 2 Ross DavIS (Salem) 6 0 Patnck York (Stevenson) 6 0 MarVin Whitaker (Plymouth) 5 10 Phillip Grasshof (Clarencevllle) 5 10 Wyatt Stahl (Stevenson) 5 10 Justin Floyd (RU) 510 LONGJUMP Myles White (Stevenson) 22-3 Marcus Bennett (lhurston) 22 2 5 Billy GutOWSki(Churchill) 211 5 Dave Simor (Stevenson) 21 5 5 Alan Freeman (Wayne) 20 6 5 Renaldo Powell (Wayne) 20 3 Mike Sylvester (Franklin) 20 2 25 Nate Serglson (Stevenson) 20 0 5 Israel Woolfork (Franklin) 19 B Enc Thornton (Canton) 19 7 Nate Gholston (Plymouth) 19 7 Jace Beardon (Salem) 191 POLEVAULT Denk Peterman (Churchill) 14 0 Mike Sylvester (Franklin) 13 9 Joe Tessner (Churchill) 13 9 Ben Ambrose (Plymouth) 13 0 Ryan Langdon (Canton) 13 0 Chns McGmms (Canton) 12 6 Joe Massel (Canton) 12 0 Bnan Rakovltls (Canton) 12 0 J P Truesdell (Salem) 12 0

John Gudeman (Stevenson) 116 110-METERHURDLES Myles White (Stevenson) 141 Baze Efremov (Salem) 141 RICOWalker IRU) 150 Nate Gholston (Plymouth) 15 3 Hammed Aletunmobl (John Glenn) 15 3 Marcus Bennett (Thurston) 15 5 Renaldo Powell (Wayne) 15 5 Andrew LaBerge (Churchill) 15 6 Jacob McDonald (Churchill) 15 B Mark 2ehner (Churchill) 15 9 300 HURDLES Andrew laBerge (Churchill) 39 2 Myles White (Stevenson) 39 4 Tim Belcher (Canton) 40 5 Jacob McDonald (Churchill) 412 Bm Efremov (Salem) 416 Nate Gholston (flymouth) 411 Renaldo Powell (Wayne) 42 2 Shenf Hassamen (Canton) 42 5 RICOWalker (RU) 42 5 Kyle Ramthun ILuth Westland) 42 5 100 DASH Ian Thornton (John Glenn) 10 6 Larry Dawkms (John Glenn) 106 Steve Eldeh (Stevenson) 108 JaJuan Marks (John Glenn) 11 0 Janer"n Caldwell (Plymouth) 111 Daran Carey (Churchill) 111 Casey Wolfe IWayne) 111 Connor McKinney (Plymouth) 112 John Stewart (Clarencevllle) 112 Mike Schatz (Luth Westland) 112 Josh Palka (Luth Westland) 112 200 John Stewart (Clarencevllle) 22 6 DaVid St Amant (Churchill) 22 6 Andrew Manual (Canton) 22 7 Larry DawkinS (John Glenn) 221 Dan Cragel (Stevenson) 22 8 Steve Eldeh (Stevenson) 229 Josh Palka (Luth Westland) 22 9 Billy Gutowski (Churchill) 23 0 Nate 5erglson (Stevenson) 23 0 Casey Wolfe (Wayne) 23 0 Darell Myree (Franklin) 23 0


John Stewart (Clarencevllie 49 5 DaVid St Amant (Churchill) 50 2 Dan Cragel (Stevenson) 50 5 Andrew Manual (Canton) 51 0 Jacob McDonald (Churchill) 514 Curtis Jackson (John Glenn) 514 Andrew LaBerge (Churchill) 515 Derek Buskey (Stevenson) 516 Billy GutOWSki(Churchill) 518 KeVin Cope (Salem) 52 3 Kyle Wallath (Plymouth) 52 3

Josh Palka (Luth Westland) 52 J Kyle Osborne (Stevenson) 52 3 800 Matt Rzpeka (Stevenson) 157 6 KelVin LewIS (Wayne) 2 00 9 Scott 2ech (canton) 2 013 Kyle Wallath (Plymouth) 2 02 0 Mike Gibbons (Stevenson) 2 03 4 Bnan Robertson (thurchlll) 2 05 0 Justin Huey (Plymouth) 2 06 4 Mark Waterbury (Churchill) 2 06 4 DaVid St Amant (Churchill) 2 06 0 Spencer Lyle (Luth Westland) 2 06 4

1,600 Matt Rzepka (Stevenson) 4 29 B Patnck Slavens (Plymouth) 4 312 Rob Curlls (Salem) 4 379 Enc 2ech (Canton) 4 38 2 Justin Huey (Plymouth) 4 41 0 Spencer Lyle (Lutheran Westland) 4 40 1 Brandon Grysko (Churchill) 4 42 3 Br"n Robertson (Churchill) 4 43 7 Anthony Scaparo (Plymouth) 4 43 9 Matt Lewandowski (Plymouth) 4 44 0 3,200 Patnck Slavens (Plymouth) 10 01 0 Anthony Scapa,. (Plymouth) 10 10 8 Rob Curtis (Salem) 10 113 Derek La*(Plymouth) 10 13 9 Duncan Spllz (Canton) 10 16 3 Joe Vanlone (Churchill) 10 21 B Brandon Grysko (Churchill) 10 294 KeVin deBear (Salem) 10 321 Mike Green (Stevenson) 10 32 3 Evan SIrena (Franklin) 10 33 6 400 RELAY Livonia Stevenson 44 0 Plymouth 441 Westland John Glenn 44 4 LIVOnia Frankhn 44 7 Plymouth 44 9 BOO RELAY Llvoma Stevenson 130 5 Llvoma Churchill 1 309 Westland John Glenn 1321 Lutheran Westland 132,7 L1voma Franklm 1 32 8 1,600 RELAY Livonia Churchill 3 24 5 LIVOnia Stevenson 3 271 Canton 3 315 Salem 3 327 Wayne Memonal3 33 B 3,200 RELAY lIvoma Churchill 8 14 6 Llvoma Stevenson 8150 Plymouth B 2B 0 Canton B 315 Lutheran Westland 8 33 3

=""'=~--"'==~""'---------------------GIRLS TRACK RESULTS PLYMOUTH 94 W L. WESTERN 43 Thursday at PIymoulh Shot put: 1 Johnson (WLW) 3lfeet B 50 Inches 2 Chrystlen Guyton (P) 30-4 3 Loney (WLW) DIscus: 1 Johnson (WLW) 95 2 2 Nicole Ambrose (P) 79-4 3 Juhe Hersey (P) 716 Longjwnp.1 StephameOkolo(P) 16-375 2 Meftah (WLW) 15-675 3 Jill Morton (P) 15 2 25 Hlqhjump. 1 Bnttany Petty (P) 411 2 Marguc


Salem coach Joe Nora. We lost to Central 4-1 earher m the year, so It shows how much Improvement we've made smce then"

Salem led 1-0 thanks to a goal from Lmdsay Newton The Vlkmgs kIl0tted the contest at 1all Wlth 10 mmutes to play Jlll Slabey dId a great Job m goal for us; added Nora 'She made seven saves' PLYMOUTH 2, W L WESTERN 1·

On Wednesday, the Wlldcats won thanl", to goals from Chelsey Q:umlan (unassIsted) and Kelly Dobbs, who was asSIsted by Val Klemmer Bnttany Warner earned the VICtory between the pIpes for Plymouth

River Rats edge Warriors, 7-5 'The Plymouth-Canton-Salem boys lacrosse team dropped a 75 deCISIonto Vlsltmg Ann Arbor Huron Thesday mght m a game played at the Plymouth HIgh School Jumor varsIty stadlUm 'The RIver Rats led 3-2 after one quarter, 4 2 at the half and 6-5 Wlth 15 mmutes to play 'The setback dropped PCS to 6-7 The hlghhght of the game for

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Ruark tallIed career goal No 101 to tie John Moylan for the PCS career goal-sconng record Ruark timshed Wlth two netfinders as dId DeVIn Murphy NlOk Cote had one goal for the Wamors Ruark and Connor

dommated Bedford to even theIr record CaItlyn Adams netted the shutout m goal for the Wlnners CaItlyn played outstandmg; SaId PCS coach Dave Medley "I knew from past expenences

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STYLISTS NEEDED FOR SALONS IN THE WESTLAND CANTON AND PLYMOUTH AREASI We are currently lookmg for talented licensed halrstyl IStS who are nterested n hav ng fun while earn ng great money working In our beaut fur high potential locations In the Westland Canton and Plymouth areas We need hard work Ing styl sts who want to make a lot of money to JOn our team so that we can handle the growth that our salon IS expenencmg

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Instructors The Frankel Jewish Academy We are now accepting applications for cert fled • FT Chem,lstry • FT College GUidance • FT BIble • FT English/History Masters Degree (or It s eqUivalent) IS reqwred or emall [email protected] org The Frankel JeWish Academy IS an Equal Opportunity Employer

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PAINTER NEEDED Exper ence necessary Res dentlal/commerclal Call KeVin 3138157726 PAINTERS HELPER EXPERIENCED A & J CollISion 24680 Telegraph Southfield PAtNTERS NEEDEO Must be 18 years or older $8 $12/hr Call Mike Byrne (248) 941 3620


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PROOUCTION TECHNICIANS Our exceptional growth and stab I ty cont nues and has created a need fo Producllon Techs 10 our Plymouth manufac tur ng faCIlity Qualified candidates WI I have a relat ed assoc ate degree and/or at least two years of hands on experience operating ma ntamlng and adjust ng manufacturing equipment to maXimize productIOn output while maintaining quality and safety Th s IS a 24/7 operat on With various shifts/schedules potentially ava lable We offer a com pet live benefits package ncludlng Medical With Health Savings Accounts Dental Other Insurances 401 K With company match and morel Team or ented ndlvlduals only Send resume to AUn PT *14 emall [email protected] com


RECRUITER Forge Industr al Staffmg In liVOnia s h nng a PM recru ter Duties nclude recrultmg for IOdustr a positions hlr ng or enta tIOns test ng communlcat 109 w/cllents the requIre ments Include no felony background ability to pass a drug screen val!d drl ver s license Emall resume to [email protected] or fax to 248 474 5799 Job code 4444 RESIOENTIAL WORKER Needed at a shelter Part Time pos t on Midnights Ffl Sat & Mon 3 11 30PM Mall resume to WCFC Attn J Monroe 30600 M chlgan Ave Westland M148186 HOOFERS Exp roofers needed cammer clal exp a plus No sub con tractors Call 248 437 2900

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