The Winnipeg Goldeyes are back to their winning ways. After losing the final game of a three-game series to the Laredo Lemurs and then being swept in a three-game series by the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, the Goldeyes got back on the road and beat the Sioux Falls Canaries 5-1 Monday night. With the win, the Goldeyes improved to 11-6 on the season and remained in first place in the American Associations North Division, a game ahead of second-place St. Paul and two-and-a-half games up on third-place Fargo. A great start by Justin Garcia and a homer and three runs batted in from Casey Haerther gave Winnipeg a 9-2 record in 11 road games this season "Its big to get another W and end that four game losing streak," Goldeyes pitching coacvh Jamie Vermilyea told Paul Edmonds on the TSN 1290 post-game show. "We got a great start from Garcia, got some timely hits and scored more runs than they did." The Goldeyes opened the scoring in the second inning when Leonard Davis walked and then scored on a Casey Haerther single and an error by Steve Domecus. After Haerther, who went to second on the Domecus error, stole third, Luis Alen singled to drive in Haerther and give Winnipeg a 2-0 advantage. After Sioux Falls made it 2-1 in the third, the Goldeyes added a run in the eighth on a Haerther home run. In the ninth, Alen singled, Nate Samson tripled him home and then Samson scored on Fehlandt Lentinis sacrifice fly. The Goldeyes, got a lot of production from the bottom half of the lineup. No. 5 hitter Haerther went three-for-four with two runs scored and one driven in; No. 6 hitter Tim Smith went two-for-four; No. 7 hitter Luis Alen went two-for-four with a run scored and a run driven in; and No. 9 hitter Nate Samson had that huge triple in four trips, scored one run and drove one in. Haerther, meanwhile, hit his fourth home run of the season and his third in the past three days. "The hitters came through for us today," said Vermilyea. "Garcia was very good. I thought we might get a complete game out of Justin. He pitched very well and we got some runs for him." Garcia (3-0, 3.38 ERA) got the win, while Kyle Ruwe (2-2, 3.00 ERA), the junk-ball pitcher for Sioux Falls, pitched a complete game and suffered the loss. The Goldeyes and Canaries will play Game 2 of this four-game series on Tuesday in Sioux Falls. Game time is 7:05 and can be heard live at TSN 1290 with Paul Edmonds. Michael Irvin Jersey . The native of Mont-Tremblant, Que., captured a World Cup downhill event Saturday, his second this year and fifth career victory on the circuit. Larry Allen Jersey . -- Lou Brocks shoulder-to-shoulder collision with Bill Freehan during the 1968 World Series and Pete Roses bruising hit on Ray Fosse in the 1970 All-Star game could become relics of baseball history, like the dead-ball era. http://www.cowboysfootballgearshop.com/larry-allen-jersey/ . Perhaps Carroll was so prepared for a break because he believes there is very little the Seattle Seahawks need heading into the off-season. "I dont see anything that we need to add. We just have to get better," Carroll said. Jason Witten Cowboys Jersey .Y. - New Orleans forward Anthony Davis was chosen Friday to replace the injured Kobe Bryant in the NBA All-Star game that will be played in his home city. Demarcus Lawrence Cowboys Jersey . The head of USA Boxing came out swinging Tuesday with an open letter to Tyson -- a former Olympic hopeful himself -- that accuses the former heavyweight champion of trying to poach fighters who might be candidates for the U. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Joseph Viviano threw three touchdown passes in the first half and Harvard cruised to a 31-17 victory over Georgetown on Friday night.Viviano connected with Brian Dunlap for a 17-yard touchdown on the Crimsons opening drive, and finished 15 of 21 for 210 yards. Anthony Firkser had five receptions for 147 yards, including scoring catches of 11 and 75 yards.Jake McIntyre kicked an 18-yard field goal and Cam Tripp threw a 10-yard TD pass to Cody Chrest to stretch Harvards leaad to 31-7 early in the fourth quarter.ddddddddddddHarvard (3-0) held Georgetown (3-1) to 265 yards of total offense, but gave up two big plays. Tim Barnes threw a 76-yard score to Brandon Williams in the first quarter, and Isaac Ellsworth ran for a 74-yard touchdown with 2:08 remaining.The Crimson, who average 500 yards of offense, had 535 yards against the Hoyas. ' ' '