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MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1986" -THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- PAGE 29 Curren latest victim I McEnroe continues winning streak (ROM STAR WIRE SERVICES 'P OP-SEEDED John McEn- ; roe, playing what he called his best match in the $279,000 WCT Scottsdale (Ariz.) Open, beat third-seeded Kevin Curren 6-3, 3-6. 6-2 Sunday to win the singles championship in this first-ever event. I The title was McEnroe's third straight in his last three tournaments and was worth $44,000 and 220 computer ranking points. ' The 27-year-old lefthander from Cove Neck, N.Y.. previously won the Volvo-Los Angeles and the Txansamerica Qpen in San Francisco last month. '" "I'm very happy with what's happened. I didn't expect to win all these tournaments." said McEnroe, the world's top-ranked player from 1981-84 who returned to the tour last August after a six-month break. ,Californian wins race "" Callfornian Bill Donakowski won the men's division of the $000,000 Twin Cities Marathon la St. Paul, Minn., and a spot on the U.S. team at the 1987 World Championships in Rome. Kim Rosenquist, of Spokane, Sports In Brief McEnroe Wash., set a course record with an official time of 2 hours, 32 minutes and 30 seconds to win the women's division of the 26.2-mlIe race. Hoosier hooters win Freshman forward Sean Shape rt had an unassisted goal and David Carlson added a scoring head shot off a corner kick later as Indiana beat visiting Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2-0 In a rainy college soccer game. The Hooslers improved to 8-3-1. Swimmers honored Carmel's Bill Mathews and Heidi Hafner have been honored as Indiana's outstanding male and female swimmers for 1986. The honors were announced at the annual awards banquet of Indiana Swimming, Inc., at University of Indianapolis. Mathews, a double winner for Indiana in last spring's Big Ten championships here, also is senior state champion in the 100 freestyle. Hafner, formerly of Anderson and a senior at Carmel high School, was third in the 100 backstroke in this year's Senior Nationals. Josh Mikesell of Crawfordsville and Steve Blge-low of Fort Wayne received Chairman's Awards honors. Trlscha Zorn received the James Hartzer Memorial Award, honoring an athlete who has overcome major obstacles. Zorn. who is legally blind, won 1 1 gold medals in international competition this past summer. The Championship Coaches' Award went to Carmel's Ray Lawrence, while Jay Chambers, girls high school coach at Zions-ville received the James Clark Memorial Coaches' Award. Golf tourney postponed The final two rounds of the $300,000 Pensacola (Fla.) Open were postponed by rain and the tournament will be shortened to 54 holes. Ernie Gonzalez (128) leads Joey Sindelar (129) by one stroke heading Into the final 18 holes, scheduled to begin this morning. n - t'jj Pacers plan benefit Bernstein, Glldden win 1 Kenny Bernstein won the Castrol GTX Fallnationals and clinched his second straight Na- tional Hot Rod Association Winston Funny Car world championship at Firebird International Raceway in Phoenix. Bernstein was timed in a track-record 5.590 seconds at 259.89 mph. Bob Glldden. of Whiteland. Ind., won his 51st career NHRA Pro Stock title and Dick LaHaie added his fifth Top Fuel win. Glldden set a track record in the final round 7.460 seconds at 185.58 mph. Berger wins Grand Prix Gerald Berger of Austria won the Mexican Formula One Grand Prix without making a pit stop and prevented Nigel Mansell of Britain from winning the drivers' championship. In posting his first Grand Prix victory, Berger won with a time of 1 hour, 33 minutes and 23 seconds over the 180.377-mlle course In his Bennetton car. The Indiana Pacers will con duct a benefit practice and scrimmage tonight at Franklin College's Spurlock Center from 7 to 9 o'clock. Admission is $1 at the door with proceeds going toward the Franklin Fire Fund. Fires destroyed a men's dorm and seriously damaged the administration building in the spring of 1985. Names in the games Anson Mount, 60, a sports and religion editor for Playboy Magazine who had written forecasts for each football season In the magazine's Pigskin Preview since 1957, died Saturday of kidney failure . . . Indianapolis senior tailback Kenny Gillum is the Heartland Conference football offensive player of the week after scoring six touchdowns in the Greyhounds' 58-12 win over Valparaiso. Indianapolis strong safety Marcos Johnson and Ashland tackle Greg Schnelzer share defensive player honors. "Neely scores two goals in 7-2 Bruin win FROM STAR WIRE SERVICES Off-season acquisition Cam Neely scored two goals and Tom McCarthy assisted on three to lead host Boston to a 7-2 victory over Hartford Sunday, the Bruins' first win of the NHL season. "The Bruins spotted the Whalers a goal by Tim Bothwell at 148 of the first period and then scored four straight goals to lead, 4-1 . at the end of two periods. '"'Pat Boutilier. acquired from ti)e, New York Islanders, tied the game at 1-1 in the first period and Neely, who came to the Bruins from . Vancouver, ended a power-play goal for Boston 16 seconds before the period ended. Neely got his second goal of. NHL Roundup the game at 13:36 of the second period and Michael Thelven followed with a power-play goal only 55 seconds later. CALGARY 4, BUFFALO 2 A disputed goal by Carey Wilson early in the second period turned out to be the game-winner as the visiting Calgary Flames posted a win. The goal, 17 seconds into the period, came on a quick shot Just under the crossbar. Referee Dave Newell consulted the goal judge before ruling the goal official. The victory was the first for Calgary on Buffalo ice. In nine previous visits, the Flames had managed Just one tie. WINNIPEG 5, EDMONTON 3 Jim Nill scored a power-play goal at 1 0:28 of the third period as the host Jets posted a come-from-behlnd victory. Edmonton defenseman Craig Muni was Just getting ready to return from the ice after a tripping call when Jet defenseman . Dave Ellett blasted a shot from the blue line. Winnipeg's Doug Smail tipped the puck once, then Nill redirected it past Oiler goal-tender Grant Fuhr. Small scored late In the game into an empty net to ice the victory. Jet center Dale Hawerchuk tied the game 3-3 with his second goal of the night at 4:18 of the third period. PITTSBURGH 4, CHICAGO 1 Doug Bodger scored two goals to lead the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins to their third win against no losses. The two teams skated a close game through two periods before Pittsburgh pulled ahead with two unanswered goals in the third period. CART Continued From Page 21 ed Rahal. whose 14th win of his short indy-car career pushed his season earnings to $1,107,169. "But you cannot Just sit back because you never know when traffic is going to change the completion of the race. Like I said, I wasn't holding anything back at the end." Quick pit work on Lap 69 enabled Sullivan to snatch second from Michael Andretti, who had held the No. 2 position most of the afternoon. "I couldn't figure out how I Went Into the pits ' in second place and came out in third but I guess he (Sullivan) had some great stops," stated young Andretti. Papa Andretti faded from real contention early-on, but soldiered his Hanna Car Wash Lola to fourth place. "The car was loose all day, we out-engineered ourselves," responded Mario, the only other driver with a mathematical chance at the CART crown. Roberto Guerrero recovered from an early spin In the True Value March and claimed fifth, while Geoff Brabham was sixth in the Valvoline Lola. Brabham was holding off Mario for fourth most of the race before being forced Into a late pit stop for fuel. Emerson Fittlpaldi wound up seventh in the Marlboro March, while Jan Lammers took eighth in the Machinists Eagle. Kevin Cogan was ninth in the 7-Eleven March and Arte Luyendyk rounded out the top 10 in the MCI March. Rick Mears, who started third in the Pennzoll PC-15Chevy, had his day end against the sec ond-turn wall after something failed In the front end. In the only other accident of consequence, Tom Sneva slid Into the Turn 3 fence in the Skoal Bandit. Neither driver was injured in a yellow-free after noon which saw Rahal cover the 198 miles in 93 minutes at an average speed of 119.693 miles per hour. 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