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TUCSON COMES FROM BEHIND TO DEFEAT COLORADO SPRINGS

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Juan Guerrero's fly-out brought home the game-winning run as Tucson came from behind in its last at-bat for the second straight game to defeat Colorado Springs 5-4 in Pacific Coast League action Sunday night at Tucson.

The Toros got two runs in the bottom of the eight inning to win it against Jim Czajkowski (4-3). Ray Montgomery doubled home Scott Makarewicz to tie the game 4-4, setting up the Ken Ramos score off Guerrero's fly-out.Montgomery also had an RBI double in the 5th inning, scoring Ramos who had doubled. Montomgery then scored on one of three singles by Roberto Petagine.

Stars 11, Cannons 9

At Las Vegas, Keith Lockhart hit a game-winning three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth to lift the Stars over the Cannons.

With two outs, Lockhart fouled off two pitches off losing pitcher Jeff Nelson (1-4) before hitting his third homer of the season.

Firebirds 2, Dukes 1

At Phoenix, Tom Lampkin's two-run home run in the sixth was enough to give the Firebirds a win over the Dukes.

Dan Carlson (6-5) pitched 7 1-3 shutout innings, allowing six hits while striking out five and walking two. Tony Menendez allowed one unearned run in the ninth, but registered his seventh save.

Tigers 7, Canadians 0

At Vancouver, the Tigers capitalized on sloppy fielding and Russ Brock struck out five and allowed just three hits as the Tigers defeated the Canadians.

Brock (2-3) pitched eight innings for the victory, which snapped the club's five-game losing streak.