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r THE PALM BEACH POST SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1987 5C Roundup Andretti likes Reverse order of Mid-Ohio Palm Beach Post Wire Services Michael Andretti likes the odds in today's International Race of Champions round at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. Andretti will start from the pole position in the 70-mile race around the 2.4-mile, 15-turn road course, but not because he earned the top qualify- ng spot in the race for identically prepared Chevrolet Z-28 Camaros. He has the pole because he finished last in the first of four 1987 IROC events, going out in a crash on the second lap at Daytona Beach in F ebruary. The starting lineup is in reverse order of the Daytona finish, putting Andretti and road racer Scott Pruett on the front row and winner Geoff Bodine and Dale Earnhardt in the back of the 12-car field. The race is Scheduled to start at 1 p.m. and will be telecast by ABC on Sunday at 5 p.m. . . . Winston Cup drivers wanting to test at Daytona International Speedway and Alabama International Speedway at Talladega will be out of luck in June because both super-speedways will be closed for the construction of stronger safety fences, track officials said. New engine rules take effect for the July 4 Firecracker 400 at Dayto na, and several stock car teams have been trying to schedule tests at Daytona or Talladega. At Daytona, the construction work includes the installation of two more strands of 1-inch-thick galvanized cable on the front-stretch fence. The same cable Was what kept Bobby Allison's car from flying into the grand stand during an accident at Tal ladega last month. At Talladega, extra safety cable is being in-Stalled on the backstretch fencing. Allison, Geoff Bodine, Buddy Baker, Bobby Hillin Jr., Dale Earnhardt, Greg Sacks and others have tried to book testing time at Daytona and Talladega. Woodson may not join Steelers i Rod Woodson of Purdue, the Pittsburgh Steelers' first choice in the April NFL draft, has moved to Los Angeles to study under a leading track coach to improve his style as a hurdler, his agent said. Steelers spokes man Dan Edwards said Friday that the player and his agent, Eugene Parker of Fort Wayne, Ind., have not indicated whether Woodson intends to play corner-back in the NFL this year as the Steelers hope, or compete in track. Woodson is training under Chuck Debus at the Los Angeles Track, Club, whose members have set 27 American and two world records. Parker said Woodson's interest in track is not necessarily a ploy to pry a higher salary out of the Steelers. The Green Bay Packers re leased quarterback Joe Shield, who had signed with the Packers Nov. 18, 1986. He did not get into any games at quarterback, but was the holder for placekicker Al Del Greco. ... A judge has moved former Brigham Young linebacker Steve Sanders' court date to June 12 after a defense attorney requested more time to work out his client s plea bar gain agreement on drug pre scription charges. Pazienza challenges for IBF title Vinny Pazienza will challenge International Boxing Feder ation lightweight chamnion Greg Hau- pen Sundav in Providence. R.I. Haugen, 28, will receive S300.000. twice as much as Pa zienza, for the first defense of his title. The scheduled 15-round fieht will be televised nationally by NBC. Haugen is 19-0-1, and Pazienza is 22-0. . . . Brockport State Colleee in New York named former University of Illi nois assistant Dan Smith head men's basketball coach. Smith, 34, coached on Lou Henson's teams from 1980-83 and 1986 87. ... The University of Wis consin put two more shells into the chamDionshiD rounds of the 85th annual Intercollegiate Rowing Association Kegatta in Liverpool, N.Y., but Navy gained Dertns in lour events. Navy will compete in six cnam nionship events today on Onon daga Lake Edda Piccini of Movion nitv won the eold medal by a single pin in the ladies' singles event of the World Ten-n;n Rnwlina ChamDionshins at Tali Bowl in Helsinki, Finland, with a six-game total of M& cho nwprased 209 to edge Ji Vonn l.pe of Seoul. South Korea, who was second with a 1,258 total Nellie Glandon of Columbus, Ohio, earned the the bronze medal with 1.247. COMPILED BY KATHY SHEEHY ETC Morse leads McDonald's Championship by one Palm Beach Post Wire Services WILMINGTON, Del. - Cathy Morse of Palm Beach Gardens shot a second-round 70 Friday to retain a one-shot lead in the $500,000 LPGA McDonald's Championship. Morse, a former captain of the University of Miami golf team, was at six-under-par 136 for 36 holes, one shot ahead of Sherri Steinhauer. Golf f TV: Channels 12, 10, 1 p.m. Steinhauer, who had to go back to qualifying school to make this year's tour, added a two-under-par 69 to her opening 68 for a two-round total of 137. Sherri Turner, also seeking her first victory, was at 138, two strokes off the pace, after a 71. Amy Alcott, who has won 26 tournaments in a 13-year career but is winless this year, was alone at 139 after a 71. Also in contention for the $75,000 first prize is Betsy King, the LPGA Tour's No. 2 money winner, who is tied at 140 after a 68 on the 6,366-yard DuPont Country Club course. Also at 140 are Shirley Furlong, Laurie Rinker, Lori-Garbacz, Barbra Mizrahie and Lauri Peterson. Furlong had the day's best round, a 67, while Rinker and Garbacz had 69s, Mizrahie a 71 and Peterson a 72. Defending champion Juli Inkster shot a second-round par 71 to tie Rosie Jones, Alice Ritzman, Patti Rizzo and Marci Bozarth at one-under 141. Morse described her round of 17 pars and one bird as "really boring" "I had three putts that lipped out. I missed only one green." Perry takes lead in Kemper Open POTOMAC, Md. Chris Perry, the son of former major-league pitcher Jim Perry, shot a five-un-der-par 66 to take the second-round lead in the $700,000 Kemper Open. Play was suspended due to darkness with 50 players still on the course. Because play was stopped by rain Thursday, half the 156-man field had to complete the first round before the second 18 holes could get underway. TV: Channels 4, 34, 4 p.m. The second round was scheduled to be completed today. Perry, whose previous best finish was a tie for 10th last October at the Walt Disney World Classic, was at 10-under-par 132 after 36 holes. That was one stroke better than Howard Twitty, who shot a 67 to finish at 133. Kevin Clearwater shot a 66 and was at 134, while George Burns, who shot a 67, was at 136. Doug Tewell, Scott Simpson, Jay Haas and Denny Hepler were next at 137. First-round leaders Greg Norman of Australia and Tom Kite were still on the course when play was called. Norman, the defending champion, was five under par after 35 holes and Kite was nine under after 33. Crampton leads in Seniors event DALLAS - Bruce Crampton parlayed an eagle putt and a sand wedge shot into a record eight-un-der-par 64 and a three-shot lead after the opening round of the $200,000 Senior Players Reunion Pro-Am Tournament. Crampton's score on the soggy, 6,804-yard Bent Tree Country Club bettered the tournament record of 65 held by Billy Casper and Peter Thomson. Chi Chi Rodriguez, seeking his fourth consecutive victory, and John Brodie carded five-under par 67s. X I r ' I u i ft; - , IS4" . a , THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cathy Morse hits out of the bunker on the 15th hole en route to a one-under-par 70, and the second-, round lead Friday in the LPGA McDonald's Championship. ; ,r Kemper Open Scores Mcdonald's Championship Scores Reunion Scores Chris Perry Howard Twitty Keith Clearwater George Bums III Jay Haas Denny Hepler Scott Simpson Doug Tewell Ray Floyd Mike Hulbert Mar McCumber Mike Reid Bobby Wadkins Dave Ban Bill Bntton Russ Cochran Joey Sindelar J.C. Snead Roger Maltbie Mike McCullough Bill Rogers Dave Rummells Tom Sieckman Payne Stewart John Adams Charles Boiling Chip Beck Steve Elkington John Riegger Tony Sills Fred Wadsworth Bob Eastwood Dan Foreman David Frost Jim Nelford Ken Green Brad Greer Gary Koch Robert Lohr Rocco Mediate Mike Sullivan Leonard Thompson Duffy Waldorf David Canipe Bobby Cole Buddy Gardner Tom Garner Bob Gilder Vance Haefner 66-66132 John Mahaffey 72-72144 66- 67133 Tim Morris 70-74144 68 66134 Nick Price 73-71 144 69- 67136 Bruce Soulsby 71-73144 67- 70137 JayDelsIng 70-75145 67- 70137 Mike Donald 74-71145 70- 67137 GaryHallberg 73-72145 69-68137 Joelnman 77-68145 68- 70138 Mark Lye 68-77145 68- 70138 Andrew Magee 72-73145 66-72138 GeneSauers 73-72145 69- 69138 Ray Stewart 74-71145 71- 68139 Rex Caldwell 73-73 146 70- 70140 RickDalpos 70-76146 7268140 EdFiori 73-73146 70-70140 Woody FiUhugh 72-74146 70- 70140 LonHinkle 71-75146 71- 69140 Greg Ladehoff 72-74146 74- 67141 KenMattiace 74-72146 70- 71 141 John McComish 70-76 1 46 72- 69141 Antonio Cerda 72-75147 71- 70141 Trevor Dodds 73-74147 70- 71141 Clarence Rose 72-75147 66-75141 TedSchuIz 72-75147 73- 69142 Mike Smith 73-74147 66-76142 BillGlasson 73-75148 71- 71 142 Dan Haildorson 73-75148 69- 73142 Gil Morgan 76-72148 70- 72142 David Peoples 71-77148 72- 70142 Robert Wrenn 71-77148 71- 71 142 Richard Zokol 70-78148 68- 75143 Blaine McCalllster 70-79149 69- 74143 David Ogrln 73-76149 7 1 -72 1 43 Jay Don Blake 75-75 1 50 70- 73143 Jim Carter 79-71 150 72- 7 1 1 43 Brian Claar 75-75 1 50 71- 72143 Barry Jaeckel 76-74150 70- 73143 MikeMcGee 73-77150 73- 70143 Bill Sander 71-79150 71- 72143 Don Shirey 76-74 1 50 70-73143 Dennis Trixler 70-80150 72- 71 143 Bill Israelson 67-84151 72- 71 143 TedLehmann 73-78151 73- 71144 EdSneed 73-78151 72-72144 BillButtner 78-74152 75- 69144 JeflSluman 74-78152 72- 72144 Bobby Clampett 78-75153 76- 68144 Ernie Gonzalez 80-73153 73- 71 144 PatMcGowan 80-73153 Brett Upper 74-79153 David Edwards 78-76154 Gary Marlowe 71-83 154 Tony Grimes 77-81 158 Mark Calcavecchia 78 WD Charles Coody 77 WD Hubert Green 76 WD Jim Simons 78 WD Scott Hoch 65 DNF Tom Kite 64 DNF Larry Mlze 67 DNF Denis Watson 70 DNF Sandy Lyk 67 DNF Greg Norman 64 Kenny Perry 69 DNF Sam Randolph 69 DNF Ed Dougherty 70 DNF Mike Bender 67 DNF Mark Brooks 68 DNF LeeTrevino 7 1 DNF Peter Jacobson 72 DNF Loren Roberts 73 DNF Fred Couples 69 DNF Hale Irwin 70 DNF Curtis Strange 68 DNF Brian Tennyson 71 DNF Donnle Hammond 70 ONF Jack Renner 74 DNF Lanny Wadkins 70 DNF Jim Gallagher 72 DNF Kenny Knox 71 DNF GaryKrueger 71 DNF Perry Arthur 70 DNF Phil Blackmar 70 DNF Larry Ringer 72 DNF Tim Simpson 70 DNF Brad Faxon 72 ONF Doug Johnson 72 DNF Steve Jones 73 DNF Wayne Levi 69 DNF David Hobby 76 DNF John Home 69 DNF Webb Helntzelman 7 1 DNF Jelt Lewrs 72 DNF Harry Taylor 75 DNF Robert Thompson 75 DNF T.C. Chen 74 DNF Akl Ohmachl 74 DNF George Archer 72 DNF Cathy Morse 66-70136 Dot Germain 74-72146 Jill Briles 77-73150 Sherri Steinhauer 68-69137 Rebecca Bradley 74-72146 Sandra Palmer 74-76150 SherriTumer 67-71 138 TerriCarter 73-73146 Dale Eggelmg 73-77150 Amy Alcott 68-71139 Janice Gibson 71-75146 Cathy Johnston 76-74150 Barbra Mizrahie 69-71140 Susan Smith 73-73146 Lenore Muraoka 75-75150 Lorl Garbacz 71-69140 Martha Foyer 76-70146 Therese Hession 75-76151 Laurl Peterson 68-72140 Kim Bauer 70-76146 Karen Permezel 77-74151 Betsy King 72-68140 Jody Rosenthal 73-73146 Kristl Albers 77-74151 Laurie Rinker 71-69140 Barb Bunkowsky 75-72147 Cindy Mackey 75-76151 Shirley Furlong 73-67140 Cindy Ferro 76-71147 Lauren Howe 75-76151 Alice Ritzman 69-72141 Laura Hurtbut 74-73147 Margaret Ward 76-75151 Juli Inkster 70-71141 Donna White 75-72147 Penny Hammel 73-78151 Pattl Rizzo 68-73 141 Deb Richard 74-73 147 DonnaCaponl 74-77151 RosieJones 71-70141 Missle Berteotti 74-73147 Sarah LeVeque 73-78151 Mard Bozarth 68-73141 Barbara Pendergast 72-75147 Terry-Jo Myers 77-75152 MrtzlEdge 73-69142 Cathy Gerrlng 73-74147 Nicky LeRoux 77-75152 Penny Pulz 70-72142 Leslie Pearson 70-77147 Kerri Clark 78-74152 JerifynBriU 71-71142 LeAnn Cassaday 76-71 147 JoAnnWasham 74-78152 Cindy Ranck 69-73142 Pat Bradley 76-71147 Cathy Reynolds 75-77152 Allison Finney 70-72142 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 73-74147 Kris Monaghan 79-73152 Nancy Taylor 71-71 142 Bonnie Lauer 74-74148 Nancy Ledbetter 76-76152 Cindy Hill 71-72143 Susie Beming 72-76148 Patty Jordan 78-74152 Kathy Baker 70-73143 Denlse Strebig 73-75148 Sara Anne Tlmms 75-77152 Linda Hunt 70-73143 Lynn Adams 73-75148 Julie Cole 79-74153 Sally Little 72-71 143 Carolyn Hill 74 74148 Nancy Rubin 76-77153 Tammie Green 71-72 i43 JoAnne Carrier 76-72148 Barb Thomas 75-78153 Connie Chilleml 74-69143 Robin Walton 75-73148 Laura Baugh 77-76153 AyakoOkamoto 70-73143 Mindy Moore 74-74148 Vicki Tabor 81-72153 HeatherFarr 71-72143 Janet Anderson 76-72148 Betsy Barrett 77-76153 Patty Sheehan 68-76144 Martha Nause 74-74148 Missie McGeorge 75-78153 Nancy Lopez 72-72144 Silvia Bertolaccint 75-73148 Deedee Roberts 76-78154 Hollis Stacy 74-70144 Cathy Marino 72-76148 Patti Berendt 73-81 154 AmyBenz 71-73144 Susie McAllister 78-70148 Kathy Whitworth 80-74154 Marta Figueras-Dottl 73-71 144 M.J.Smith 72-76148 Marlene Hagge 77-77154 Colleen Walker 74-70144 Kathryn Young 75-73148 Sue Ertl 79-76155 Lisa Young 71-73144 Debbie Austin 79-76155 Kelly Leadbetter 72-72144 Failed to qualify Cindy Figg-Cuirier 77-78155 Kathy Postlewalt 70-74144 Alice Miller 74-75149 Pat Meyers 78-78156 Tammy Fredrickson 72-72144 Shelley Hamlin 73-76149 Marlene Floyd 79-77156 Vicki Fergon 70-74144 Dawn Cos 76-73149 Loretta Alderete 78-78156 Chris Johnson 73-72145 Sally Quinlan 75-74149 Nancy White 79-78157 Beverly Klass 71-74145, Elaine Crosby 73-76 149 Sherrin Smyers 79-78157 Beth Daniel 71-74145 Nancy Scranton Brown 74-75 149 Lort West 80-78158 KimShipman 73-72145 JaneCrafter 72-77149 Murie Breer 78-80158 Ok-HeeKu 74-71 145 Mary Murphy 72-77149 Sharon Barrett 80-78158 Val Skinner 75-70145 Karin Mundinger 76-74150 a-Debbie Silverberg 84-75159 MB Zimmerman 72-73145 Debbie Massey 72-78150 Dianne Dailey 80-79159 JaneGeddes 72-73145 Beth Solomon 72-78150 Stephanie Farwlg 79-82161 Susan Sanders 72-74146 Adele Lukken 75-75150 a-amateur Bruce Crampton John Brodie Chi Chi Rodriguez RafeBotts Harold Henning Bob Charles Orville Moody Dave Hill Bobby Nichols George Lannlng Peter Thomson Miller Barber Mike Fetchik Butch Baird Don Massengale Gay Brewer Gary Plaer Jack Fleck Jimmy Powell Billy Casper Fred Hawkins Roland Stafford Bob Brue Ben Smith Charles Owens Al Kelley Ray Montgomery Walt Zembriski Doug Sanders Quinton Gray Doug Ford Bob Erickson Tom Thornton Bob Rawlins Chuck Mehok Fred Haas Jim King Gene Littler Tommy Aaron Jim Cochran Jerry Barber Bill Johnston Al Chandler Arnold Palmer Tommy Bolt Mike Souchak Dick King Gordon Jones J.C. Goosie 31- 3364 32- 3567 32- 3567 35-3368 35-3368 35-3469 35-3469 33- 3669 34- 3569 37-3370 34- 3670 35- 3570 33- 3871 37-3471 37- 3471 36- 3571 36-3571 35- 3671 34- 3771 36- 3672 36-3672 34- 3872 36-3672 38- 3472 35- 3772 34-3872 34- 3872 36- 3672 36-3773 35- 3873 36- 3773 35- 3873 36- 3773 36-3773 32-4173 38-3573 36-3773 35- 3974 36- 3 74 38-3674 35-3974 37- 3774 37-3774 37- 3875 38- 3775. 37- 3875 34-4175 38- 3775 37-3875 Leonard's Corbitt named to All-State second team Post Staff and Wire Reports JACKSONVILLE - Palm Beach Post Player of the Year Cord Corbitt of John I. Leonard was named to the second team of the Class AAAA All-State baseball team selected Friday by the Florida Sports Writers Association. Corbitt, a senior pitcher, led the Lancers to the state semifinals with an 11-2 record and was just as dominant at the plate, hitting .471. Scott Voronsoff of Twin Lakes, a senior who hit .551 and had a .750 slugging percentage, was named to the third team. Greg Kennard, a senior who teamed with Corbitt to give John I. Leonard the best 1-2 pitching combination in the area, received an honorable mention, as did junior Tony Bellinato of Spanish River, who hit .387. First team Pitchers Chris Myers, Tampa Plant, senior; David Sorokowski, Miami Southridge, senior; Richard Santiago, Melbourne Palm Bay, senior; Catcher Pedro Gonzalez, Miami American, senior; Inflelders Travis Fryman, Gonzalez Tate, senior; Ricky Gutierrez, Miami American, junior; Jeremy Mathews, Sandalwood, senior; J.R. Showalter, Sarasota, senior; Outfielders Derek Bell, Tampa King, senior; Robert Shipman, Winter Haven, senior; Greg Blosser, Sarasota, sophomore; Utility Ray Noriega, Miami Southwest, senior; Designated hitter Darryl Kennedy, Winter Haven, senior. Second team Pitchers Jerry Santos, Miami Columbus, senior; Cord Corbitt, John I. Leonard, senior; Todd Byler, Sarasota, senior; Catcher Mario Linares, Orlando Colonial, senior; Inflelders Enrique Antonini, Miami Southridge, junior; David Holbrook, Orlando Colonial, junior; Shane Letterio, Lake Mary, senior; Chris Wisman, Pinellas Park, senior; Outfielders Todd Harrison, Gainesville Buchholz, senior; Keith Phillips, Coconut Creek, senior; Marty Posey, Panama City Mo-sely, senior; Utility Hilly Hathaway, Sandalwood, junior; Designated hitter Kurt Abbott, Dixie Hollins, senior. Third Team Pitchers Jim Lucas, Cooper City, senior; Steve Georgiadis, Seminole, junior; John Pricher, Winter Park, senior; Catcher John Lee, Sarasota, junior; Infielders Ty Mueller, Fort Walton Beach, junior; Chuck Nissen, Lakeland, senior; Wade Norris, Plant City, senior; Ted Rich, Orange Park, senior; Outfielders Chad Hockett, Sarasota Ri-verview, junior; Joe Myrick, St. Petersburg Gibbs, senior; Scott Voronsoff, Twin Lakes, senior; Utility Derrick Pedro, Tampa King, senior; Designated hitter Paul Russo, Tampa Jefferson, senior. Local Corner Honorable Mention Pitchers Larry Carter, Plant City, senior; Rick Moser, Lakeland Kathleen, sophomore; Bart Brownfleld, Wolfson, senior; Steve Shaker, Lake Mary, senior; Bill Gregory, Sarasota, senior; Cullen Hartzog, Panama City Mosley, senior; Greg Kennard, John I. Leonard, senior; Danny Clark, Winter Haven, senior; Catcher Barry Sullivan, Seminole, senior; Inflelders Robbie Downing, Winter Haven, senior; Baylor Alexander, Wolf-son, junior; Gary Wood, Gainesville Buchholz, senior; Dave Ferreira, Sarasota, sophomore; Mike Emmons, Gonzalez Tate, senior; Dale Stevens, Longwood Lyman, senior; Jimmy Morse, Longwood Lyman, sophomore; Derrick Pedro, Tampa King, senior; Mike Tosar, Miami Columbus, senior; Outfielders Er-rol Watts, Sarasota, senior; Tony Bellinato, Spanish River, junior; Rob DiSano, Orange Park, senior. CBR finishes fourth at golf championships ANGOLA, Ind. - Rich McKillop shot a two-over-par 74 to lead the College of Boca Raton to a fourth-place finish in the 36th National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics golf championships. McKillop's four-day total of 283 was good enough for third in the individual competition. Teammate Peter Cherry, who also closed with a 74, finished in eighth place at 293. Huntingdon (Ala.) College, behind individual winner Joe Durant, beat Guilford (N.C.) College 1137-1162 for its third consecutive team title. Durant, a three-time All-America, had a four day total of 285, 11-under par. . The 72-hole tournament was held at Tri-State University's 6,648-yard Zollner Golf Course. Whaley advances to Assistants Championship NAPLES - Bill Whaley of Fort Lauderdale and Dean Prowse of Miami shared the honors in the eighth annual South Florida PGA Apprentice Championship golf tournament. Whaley, 29, was the low scorer with a 70 each day for a 140 on the 6,575-yard course at Wyndemere Country ft'ub. He advances to the PGA Assistants Championship Sept. 29-Oct. 2 in Brockton, Mass. Whaley, playing only to advance to the September event, is an assistant pro at Inverrary Country Club. Prowse, 25, is an assistant at Miami Shores Country Club and is a PGA apprentice. He shot a 72 and finished the event with 141. He won the Apprentice Championship and an $800 first prize. James Weeden, of Broken Sound Country Club in Boca Raton, shot a 68 and finished at 141. Weeden also was only playing for the right to advance for the national Assistants Championship. Mike Gorto of West Palm Beach Country Club and Jay Murray of Boca Del Mar Country Club both finished at 144. Junior Golf registration is at PGA National today PALM BEACH GARDENS -Registration for the Junior Golf School at PGA National will be today from 8-9 a.m. in the pro shop. The registration will be followed by a free, two-hour clinic by trick-shot artist Wedgy Windchester. Junior memberships are also on sale for $150, from June 15-Oct. 31. Tuition for the golf school is $100. IRCC's Reimsnyder named All-America FORT PIERCE - Left fielder Brian Reimsnyder of Indian River Community College was named Honorable Mention All-America by the National Junior College Athletic Association. Reimsnyder had a .435 average with 78 hits including 12 doubles, 10 triples, four home runs, 47 RBI and 57 runs scored. He led the Pioneers in average, hits, triples, runs and RBI. Reimsnyder is playing in a collegiate league in Virginia this summer and will continue his college career this fall at the University of Florida. Boca Raton's Shea drafted by Pirates Former Pope John Paul, Palm Beach Junior College and Universi ty of Florida catcher Ed Shea was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 29th round of the Major League Baseball amateur draft. Shea, of Boca Raton, hit .323 with six homers and 27 RBI last season, his senior year with the Gators. Shea, one of three area catchers on the Florida roster, played in 44 games and started 38. His average was third-highest among the Gators. Shea also had 10 doubles and scored 19 runs. Shea expects no problem coming to terms with Pittsburgh. He will' report to Bradenton Monday or Tuesday, then later be sent to Pirates' Rookie League team in Wa-tertown, N.Y. In Watertown, Shea may be reunited with Daryl Boyd, John I J Leonard graduate and former bat-' terymate at PBJC. "(I'm) very excited," Shea said.-"I'm looking forward to getting un-. der way." ' PAT LANGFORD; Fishing Report BY LESLIE GAINES OFFSHORE Sailfish action is picking up. Excellent numbers have been raised in the past couple of days.with many in the 6- to 7-foot range. The best bait is slow-trolled fresh ballyhoo. Another productive method is to rig a mullet or ballyhoo on a deep planer. Dolphin are also hitting, with most in the 5- to 12-pound class, but there are some occasional 30-pounders. Reports of wahoo and kingfish are scattered. INSHORE Whiting are hitting cut shrimp in the surf. Catching a bucketful is not hard to do. The bluefishing has finally slowed down, but you may still catch a few strays. Snook are still around in good numbers, but you must release them from now until the fall season in September. Trout action has been good in the Indian River and grass flat areas. Since snook and redfish seasons are both closed there is increased pressure on the trout. One of the best trout lures is the Boone Spinana. It comes in a variety of colors and can be worked as a surface plug. If you flick your wrist with the retrieve, then it will dive slightly. LAKE OKEECHOBEE Bass fishing has been good along the shorelines in the early morning hours. Black grape or tequila sunrise colored plastic worms are very good. As the day grows hotter the fish will seek shade or cooler deeper water. Use your depth finder to find rock piles or ledges where there may be a thermocline. A temperature gauge will come in handy. BEST BET Bass fishing is excellent at the Sawgrass Recreation Area for 2- to 4-pound fish. Live shiners and plastic worms will work well. 1

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