The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on June 19, 1985 · Page 22
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WEDNESDAY. Jl'NE 15. IMS- McEnroe to face stiff early test THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- PACE 21 f ROM STAR WIRE SERVICES J OHN McENROE won t have any time to grt warmed up in his bid for a third straight Wimbledon crown, since he plays his opening match Monday against tough Aus tralian Peter McNamara. McEnroe, a 26 year old New Yorker, has reached the final for the last five seasons, but will find McNamara a more difficult oppo nent man a number of clay court special ists he might have drawn. McEnroe's first seeded opponent should be American Johan Kriek. a finalist at Queen's Club last week. In the wo Sports In Brief per V McEnroe men's singles, the joint top seeds Chris Evert Lloyd and Martina Navratilova both drew fellow Americans. Evert Lloyd will play Mary Lou Piatek. of Munster. Ind.. while Navratilova opens against Lisa Bonder. Men's third seed Jimmy Connor, who beat McEnroe in the 1982 final, faces Sweden's Stefan Simons-son in his opening match. Second seed Ivan Lendl opens against American Mel Purcell. Jennings Co. wins Jennings County outlasted Blackford at Richmond. 9 6. to gain this weekend's Indiana high school baseball tourney finals at Indianapolis. The winners scored six runs in the fourth inning on four hits, two walks and an error and got the winning tally in the next frame when Tom Kirchner led off with a double and scored on a wild pitch by Chris Landis. Jennings County (307) plays South Bend Washington in Friday night's opener of the three-game finals. In the other game in Bush Stadium. Kokomo plays Whiteland. rf.s mint Massimino Villanova Coach Rollie Massi-mino probably will sign a contract to become the coach of the New Jersey Nets within the next two days, team President Bernie Mann said. However. Massimino said he still is considering whether he wants the job. "I would say there is a good shot that he will be the Nets' next coach." said Mann during an inter view at Brendan Byrne Arena. Mann said Massimino. who guid cd Villanova to the NCAA basketball title this past season, has been of fered the job of replacing Stan Al-beck, but has not signed a contract. H iilllins demoted Alan Wiggins, coming off his second rehabiliation stop for drug treatment, has agreed to report to the San Diego Padres' Las Vegas affiliate in the Pacific Coast League. Padres' president Ballard Smith said efforts to trade the second baseman will continue. Banks, Spivey lead U.S. Willie Banks and Jim Spivey head a pair of American teams announced by The Athletics Congress to compete in separate meets in England and at Berkeley. Calif. Banks set a world record in the triple jump and Spivey is the US. 1.500 meter champion. Banks will head a team of American men and women selected from last weekend's national championship meet at IUPUI to compete against teams from Australia. Cana da, Japan and New Zealand in the Pacific Conference Games at Berkeley on Saturday and Sunday. Spivey, a former Indiana University runner and a 1984 Olympian, will head a team of American men in a dual meet this week against England's national team in Birming ham. England. The only runners named to participate in both meets were Indiana's Jon Thomas in the 400 hurdles and Eugene Sanders of Greenville, Miss., in the 800. Kratzert tops field Fort Wayne professional Bill Kratzert shot an 8 under par 63 to tie a course record and win the Mad Anthony's Hoosier Celebrities golf tournament at Fort Wayne's Orchard Ridge Country Club. Fred Couples was second with a 66 and there was a three way tie at 67 for third between US. Open champion Andy North, Fuzzy Zoeller and John Mahaffey. Sayre, Frederick uin ml John Sayre of the University of Chicago Track Club and Jane Frederick of Athletics West captured the national decathlon and heptathlon championships in the Indiana University Stadium at IUPUI. Sayre. third at the halfway mark of the lOcvent competition, totaled 8.381 points. 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