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' V" ' , - - ' , . T r c THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1 998 19C Sheffield's I ffirticipants Ironman survives weather f . it (' mm i performance reassuring Jennifer Malone Area notes Spring Break 98 Shoot Out: Boca travel baseball club presents round robin tournament April 6-1 1 for ages 14 and under, 12 and under, 10 and under and 8 and under. Four games guaranteed. Fee: $275 per team. Call Ron 551-5741. Randy Galley baseballhockey camp: Combination camp at Boynton Beach Little League Field for children ages 5-12 April 6-10. Fee $85 ($68 residents) for both camps, $50 baseball ($40 residents) and $50 hockey ($40 residents. Call Wendy Hollien 375-6232. Forest Hill Spring Break tournament: Registration ongoing for 1 6 and under tournament April 6-11 at Forest Hill high school. Four games guaranteed. Fee: $200. Call Russ 686-8853 or John 689-9845. Basketball JCC Maccabi games try-outs: Try-outs today from 3:30-5 p.m. and Monday from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Boca Raton JCC for 13-14 boys team to participate in the games in North Carolina In August. Call Matt Baker (561) 852-3196. 3-on-3 tournament: Round robin tournament on Saturday to benefit Class of 2000 at W.T. Dwyer high school. Three games guaranteed. Call 746-2405. Footballcheerleading Riviera Beach NFL football camp: Registration ongoing for event on April 9-11. Hall of Fame and Super Bowl Champ Tony Dorsett, Louis Oliver, Reidel Anthony, Warrick team won the Southeastern re-gional tournament in Atlanta to'1 qualify for the national event. .' ' The team, which includes auto' mechanics, attorneys, city work-, ( ers and salesmen, has been cor); . sistently ranked in the top three in the state since its founding more than 10 years ago by Tim Butts " former semi-professional player. "What makes this team so unique is that we all come frojn different backgrounds," Express team member Ivan Zigler saicl. "We play off each others' skills." The team is looking for corporate sponsors to support another title run. For more information, call Zigler at (561) 416-8939 L.O.S.T. Run returns Saturday: The seventh annual L.O.S.T. run is 7:30 a.m. Saturday at the Lake Okeechobee Port Mayaca recreation area. Registration is $12 in advance and $15 the day of the race. Call Bo Thomson at 221-1419. To report sports news and area ; events, call Jennifer Malone at (561) ; 820-4440, or (800) 432-7595 ext. 4440. Send faxes to (561) 820-4481 or e-mail Jennifer malonepbpost.com. John Holloway said it's Murphy's Law that the weather will be nice for 22 days of a 23-day vacation. It just happened that the one day of bad weather was the day Holloway competed in his third Ironman distance event. Holloway, 43, a chemist from Palm Beach Gardens, finished 30th in the Ironman New Zealand on March 15 after overcoming torrential rains, hail and a 50-plus mph wind. He finished the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and 26.2-mile run in 12 hours, 6 minutes. "I found out quickly that the cycling was beyond my abilities. New Zealand has rough terrain for a Floridian. The mountains are very steep . . . and it is very technical riding with some nasty inclines." Holloway said in retrospect, the cycling was his strongest event for the day. Though it was his slowest time for 112 miles, he said the gravel and tar roads caused 15-20 percent of the 652-man field to change flat tires. Holloway escaped that same fate. He couldn't escape the problems in the water though. The waves in the bay were 3-4 feet, which blocked the course markers. "It is usually my worst event," Holloway said. "The wind started to pick up halfway through the race and I couldn't see the buoys. I probably swam an extra half-mile when I got off course." Although his goal was 11 hours, Holloway said he was pleased with his finish because of the horrible weather. "It's a little disappointing but given the conditions (it) made for smaller accomplishments." Delray football team wins national event: The Delray Express flag football team won the U.S. Hag and Touch Football National Championships in Kissimmee in January. The men, ranging in age from 23 to 37, finished first out of more than 20 teams. After finishing as the state runner-up the past three seasons, the i Dunn and many other NFL stars scheduled to attend. Free. Volunteers needed. Call Tom Adams 845-4070 after 5 p.m. or stop by the Wells Gym in Riviera Beach. Palm Beach Gardens youth league: Summer flag league beginning June 13. Registration through May 15. Call 775-8278. Golf Elks tournament: Four man scramble with shotgun start at 8 a.m. on Sunday. April 5. Cost: $50 per player. Call Ted Vache 683-8240 or Arlie Wills 967-1 926. Swinging for scholarships tournament: Tournament April 5 at Cypress Creek Golf and County Club. Call 736-1259. WCFL tournament: Four-man scramble at Wellington Country Club on Saturday. Registration at 1 p.m. Fee: $80 single, $300 foursome. Call Joe Piconcelli 793-3334. Gymnastics Jazzerkamp: Week-long program April 6-10 at Congress Middle School for children ages 5-16. Fee $85 ($68 residents) for both camps, $50 baseball ($40 residents) and $50 hockey ($40 residents. Call Wendy 375-6232. Girls in Motion: Ongoing registration for girls interested in dancing including modern, creative, jazz, ballet and disco. Attire is black leotard and tights. Fee: $25 per person. Practice at Tate Recreation Center Mondays and Wednesdays from 5-6:30 (ages 4-7) and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7:30 (ages 8 and up.) Call Mary DeGraf-fenreidt 845-4075. Hockey Atlantis Skateway travel league: Tryouts for roller hockey league forming for ages 12 and under. Call 433-8721. JCC youth floor league: Ongoing registration for league for grades pre-k through sixth. Program begins April 5 and ends June 7. Fee: $70 members. $105 non-members. Area results Golf Dave Livesey, West Palm Beach Country Club, Hole 7, 189 yards, 3-iron. By Dan Graziano Palm Beach Post Staff Writer MELBOURNE It looks as if somebody hit the "on" switch on Gary Sheffield just in time. A week ago, Sheffield was limping around with his injured big toe and creaky back, and there was talk of his possibly starting the season on the disabled list. Now, he's killing the ball. "I think it's just a credit to how good a hitter he is," Marlins second baseman Craig Counsell said. "He could have five home runs right now, seriously, in like 30 at-bats." Sheffield hit two long fly balls Saturday that would have been homers had they not died in the howling Melbourne wind. Add those to the one he hit Friday in Kissimmee, the one he hit here last week and another that fell just short of the 410-foot sign in Kissimmee's center field, and the man is as hot as can be. Just in time for the season opener Tuesday. "I feel a lot better," Sheffield said. "I don't know how it's going to be, once the season does start, but for now I feel all right." His back isn't bothering him much. And the toe injury is so old that he'd learned how to play through that pain. So, barring anything terrible happening in today's game or Monday's workout, Marlins fans can count on seeing a healthy and hot Gary Sheffield in the lineup Tuesday. And what a relief that is to his manager. "He's swinging it good right now," Jim Leyland said. "He's got three home runs the last two days, under normal circumstances." That was the talk of the post-game clubhouse those two balls the wind ate up. Marlins first base coach Tommy Sandt was poking fun, but then got serious. "You go home tonight, you know you hit two," Sandt said. Neither funky, nor cold: Rafael Medina had given up five earned runs all spring before Saturday's start against Houston. Saturday, he gave up nine in four innings.. Nine. Neuf. Nueve. IX. In four innings. "He wasn't real good," Leyland said. "The whole staff today wasn't very good." Maybe not, but Medina certainly didn't get things started very well. He gave up a walk, a hit and a walk to start the game, then served up a meatball that Dave Clark hit out of the park for a grand slam. It was 4-0 before he recorded an out. "The hitters looked like they knew which pitches I was throwing," Medina said. "I think my fastball had the same speed as it's had before, they just hit them today. "It was not a good day for me." Medina will make his major-league debut when . he starts Thursday, in the third game of the season, against the Cubs. He's still trying to get his parents, Orlando and Martina, to Miami from Panama, and he's hoping their visas go through in time for them to see his debut. "Anybody would be nervous," Medina said. "It's the first time in the major leagues, in front of all those people. I know it's going to feel strange, but it's also going to be great. You always dream about this day happening." Table Tennis Heritage Ridgt Golf Club. Shamble format. I, Webber, Marcinka, Reinhart, McElroy 120; 2, Kus-chel, Schueller, Goethe, Johnston 118. MONDAY SUNDAY Howard Park Community Center. Round Robin Tournament. 1, M. Reterski 18, 2; C. Sing 17; 3, Matti Lauonen 12; 4, L. Shahnasarian 11; 5, J. Hammersmith 10; 6, E. Nichols 9; 7, A. Simmons 6; 8, M. Rocca 5; 9, S. Franklin 4; 10, V. Mardoc 3. Tennis TUESDAY Greenacres Bowl No-tap doubles every Saturday, 9 p.m., $12. . . . Lazer Bowling every Saturday, 10 p.m.-l a.m.; Family Lazer Bowl, 12:30-5:30 p.m. every Sunday. . . . NASCAR Winston Cup league starts Jan. 26; limited space available. . . . Karaoke in the lounge, Jan. 14, 20 and 28, 9 p.m. Call (560 968-0100. Jensen Beach Bowl - Call (S61) 225-2695. Jupiter Lanes Battle of the Titans 1 p.m. today. . . . Rock & Bowl Fridays 10 p.m. . . . JacKpot Saturdays at 9 p.m. . . . Weekday specials 3-5 pirn. $10 per lane . . . Family specials 1) a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. . . . Senior Swingtime bowi-ing every Wednesday at 1 p.m. Three games, red pin, prizes and lunch So. 75. . . . Healthy Kids Day, April 4, 10 a.m. -3 p.m. . . . Buck Nights, Sunday and Thursday after 9 p.m. Call (561) 743-9200. Lantana Lantt No-tap tournament, 8 p.m. -every Saturday, $10. Call (561) 585-7934. Port St. Lucia Lanes - Call (561)461-5390. Stardust Lanes - Call (813) 467-1800. Stuart Lanes War of the Titans, 1 p.m, today Call (561) 286-9700. Verdes Tropicana No-tap fun tournament, T :30 p.m. today. Entry fee $10. . . . Sunday, rent-a-lane from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Two hours for $10. . . . Rock-N-Bowl Saturdays from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Three hours for $16. Call (561) 683-5424. Vista Winter hours: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 8:30 a.m. -close; other days, noon-midnight. ... Cosmic Laser Rock-n-Bowl, every Friday, 11 p.m.; $10. . . . Saturday country laser bowl, midnight pizza and soda, $10. . . . Karaoke on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday nights. . . . No-tap tournament every Thursday at noon. Call (561 i 683-5200. Eastepointe Country Club. Gross: 1, Gohen 86; 2, Sulentic 88. Net: I, Krovis 73, 2, Spiess 74; 3, Gillson, Myers 75; 4, Stichman 77; 5, Savrann, Zelmick, Alex ander, Jeske, Jacobson, Caplan 78. Palm Beach National Golf Club. Ladles Club Championship. Handicap division; ), S. Fullington 140; 2, S. Willey, Ann Longo 145. Scratch division: 1, P. Locke 159; 2, L. Lesik 162. Men's senior: I, 8. Ferrieri 137; 2, B. Cook, Oick Willey 139. Match-play championship. Winner: 1, C. Howell; 2, J. Blanken-ship. First flight: I, J. Knepper; 2, R. Selty. Second flight: 1, J. D'Ercole; 2, J. Pankey. Third flight: 1, K. Moore; 2, E. Foley. Ironhorse Mens Club Championships. Championship flight: Bergsma d. Coffey 1 up. A flight: Erick-sen d. Herbst 3 and 1. B flight: Ferazzoli d. Lonborg 3 and 2. C flight: Morris d. McGroth 1 up. O flight: Frans d. Magon 1 up. OD fiight: Weinberger d. Reisman 3 and 2. V J Call Yale at 689-5747 ext. 340. Motorsports Moroso Motorsports Park: Test and tune, grudge and street racing Wednesday and Friday nights 6-1 1 p.m.; t.T. bracket racing Saturdays 5 p.m. -midnight; outlaw street Palm Beach County Women's Tennis Association B-2 North: Mission Bay 6, Polo 0, Patch Reef 6, Boca Pointe Athletic 0; Woodfield 4, Newport 2; Addison 4, Racquet Club 2; Seasons 4, Boynton 2; St. Andrew's 3, JCC 3. Standings: Seasons 98, Patch Reef 87, Mission Bay 83, Boynton 82, St. Andrew's 55, Woodfield 45, Polo 44, JCC 42, Racquet Club 42, Addison Reserve 36, Newport Bay 34, Boca Pointe Athletic 26. A-2 South: Woodfield 6, Boca West 0; Boca Pointe Athletic 4, International Tennis 2; Boynton 4, Addison Reserve 2; Seasons 3, Boca Bath and Tennis 3; Newport Bay 5, Boca Del Mar 1; Delray 5, Racquet Club I; Quail Ridge 10, Boca Raton Tennis 2; Patch Reef (bye). Standings: Delray Beach 110, Boca Bath & Tennis 103, Patch Reef 94, Seasons 93, Boynton 85, Woodfield 80, Racquet Club 78, Newport Bay 71, Quail Ridge 70, Boca Pointe Athletic Club 59, International Tennis 59, Addison Reserve 45, Boca Raton Tennis 42, Boca Del Mar 37, Boca West 6. drag racing one Sunday each month. Call b2-i4U0. Outdoors Boating skills and seamanship classes: Classes at Santaluces high school from 7:30-9:30 p.m. every Mon day and Wednesday through May 4. Fee: $35 for Coast Guard books. Call Ed Greenfield 965-4655. MONDAY Lost Lake Hobesound. Men's Day. Blue Front: I, Arena, Schlauch, Brennan, Glynn. Back: ), Webster, Allen, Mueller, Searls. Overall: I, Thomas, Straw, Norton, Hoc h man. Gold: Front: Bystrom, Varone, Gihard, Sullivan. Back: Copeland, Fro-cione, Cornelia, Halstead. Overall: Urban, Fyfe, Larman, Dilovenzo. Lost Laka Hobesound. Ladies Day. 1, Deninger; 2, Brennan; 3, Olofsson. Ladies 9 Holt. 1, Sequino; 2, Cornelia; 3, Cantalupo. Couples. 1, Miliki-Nar-dozzt, Larmon-Kenny; 2, Churchill-ConneM. High rollers Family Fun Fishing Day: Saturday, April 18 at Lake Ida park from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 625-5122 or 243- WEDNESDAY MEN 7250. Running, Track Racewalking TUESDAY Spring Splash SK Run: April 1 1 along Flagler Drive. Men and women of all ages welcome. Divisions are in 4 year Intervals from 1 4 and under to 60 as well as a wheelchair division. Call 835-7025. Run for the Future SK: Sunday, April 19 at Florida Atlantic in Boca Raton. Race time 7:30 a.m. Fee: $ 15 in advance, $20 day of race. Call 487-2233. Hershey track and field meet: Ongoing registration for A-3 North: Seaview 6, North Palm Beach 0; Jupiter Ocean and Racquet Club 6, Jonathan's Landing 0; Ballenisles 6, Wycliffe 0; Wellington 6, Admirals Cove 0, Palm Beach Gardens 5, Ibis 1; PGA 4, Village Tennis 2; Jupiter Bay 4, Mayacoo 2. Standings: Wellington 94, Jupiter Ocean 8, Racquet 93, Ballenisles 79, Seaview 79, PGA 77, Palm Beach Gardens 73, Jonathan's Landing 71, Mayacoo 63, Jupiter Bay 63, North Palm Beach 62, Village Tennis 49, Wycliffe 48, Ibis 44, Admiral's Cove 27. A-3 South: Seasons 5, Polo 1; Woodfield 5, St. Andrew's 1; Racquet Club 5, Boynton I; Broken Sound 5, Addison Reserve 1; Boca Grove 6, Delray 0; Newport Bay 5, international Tennis I; JCC 4, Patch Reef 2; Glen Eagles (bye). Standings: JCC 108, Newport 101, Seasons 101, Woodfield 95, Patch Reef 82, Glen Eagles 81, Polo 69, Racquet Club 68, Broken Sound 61, St. Andrew's 58, Boca Grove 53, International Tennis 50, Delray 44, Boynton 43, Addison Reserve 34. B-3 North: North Palm Beach 6, Palm Beach Gardens 0; East Pointe 4, Village 2; Breakers west 4, Ballenisles 2; Seaview 4, Ibis 2. Standings: North Palm Beach 89, Breakers West 82, Seaview 72, East-pointe 70, Ballenisles 54, Ibis 54, PGA 42, Village 36, Palm Beach Gardens 19. B-3 South: Woodfield 6, Polo 0; Seasons 3, Patch Reef 3; Broken Sound 5, Boca Pointe 1; Boca Falls 6, Newport Bay 0; Delray 5, JCC I; Mission Bay 4, St. Andrew's 2. Standings: Delray 97, Woodfield 84, Patch Reef 76, JCC 55, St. Andrew's 52, Seasons 50, Newport Bay 48, Broken Sound 46, Boca Falls 44, Mission Bay 41, Polo 37, Boca Pointe 31. participants in meet at Palm Beach Lakes nign scnooi on May 23. at 9:30 p.m. Ages 9-14. can utt-iuzs. Soccer Micro Soccer Program: At Pierson Park on Saturday mornings for ages 4-15. Season runs April 18 through May 16. Fee: $30. Call Andrew Phillips bbl) fau-uj4d. MLS soccer camp: April 6-10 from 6-9 p.m. at Okee-heelee Park. Play SAFE for ages 5-1 1 and ATTACK for ages 12-18. Fee: $87. Each camper will receive an evaluation and a free companion ticket to an MLS game. Spring clinic: April 6-10 at the International Soccer Game Don Carter's Lake Worth Cramer 279, Kaye 279, Seabridge 275, Chopper 268, Goldberg 267, Bhs-sick 267, Fielding 265, Lebowiti 259, Fusani 859, Thomas 257, Ceberek 257, Barrier 257, Davies 256. Greenacres Bowl Richards 278, Wisk 278, Nies-man 268, Dougherty 268, Gorman 268, Mac Donald 267, Heater 265, Covert 265, Calhoun 263, French 261, Jimmy "D" 258, Morris 256, Belt 248. Jupiter Lanes Lestage 300, De Marco 298, Watson 290, Voytek 289, Seay 289, Blanchard 288, Booth 279, Fraccacreta 279, Barnhizer 279, Cavaleri 27v, Byrd 279, Ballard 279, De Bauwe 278, Shadfx 27S. Eiter 271, George 278, Kisner 277, Schulter 277, Roberts 277. Verdes Tropicana Grudfnsky Jr. 300, Schllnger 779, Dixon 278, McDowell 278, Kanrler 268, Fracca-crata 267, Grudinsky 259, Dyar 258, Jackson 256 Vernon 257, Locklair 257, Shieler 257, McMahon 7U Series Oon Carter's Lake Worth - Kaye 725, Kadet 77J. Costa Jr. 710; Peteone 705, Knepper 704, Corwin 699, Goldberg 683, Barber 671, Fielding 667, Burst 66?, Seabridge 664, Davis 656, Lebowiti 651. Greenacres Bowl Wisk 733, Jimmy "D" 716, Dougherty 709, Belt 708, Morris 702. Jupiter Lanes Booth 795, Voytek 762, Roberts 762, Cantor 752, Lestage 746, Byrd 743, Zimmer 741, Biscotf 735, De Marco 731, Ballard 731, Kisner 730, Miller 723, Fraccacreta 714, Barnhizer 714, Brezicki 707, Shadix 703, Creech 701. . Verdes Tropicana Dixon 726, Fraccacrata 711, Schlinger 704, Dyar 701, Grudinsky Jr. 687, McMahon 680, Borges 678, Blackwell 676, Locklair 672, Ci-vitello 666, McDowell 665, Petrides 665, f-ndd 464 Nicholas 662, Olson 661, Wade 660, Crum 660, Jackson 659, Phoenix 655, Bentz 650. WOMEN Game Don Carter's Lake Worth Gauger 234, Lichauco 232, Dyar 230, Smimo 220, Vanualken 217, Shi vie 215, Sherman 215. Greenacres Bowl Lasky 266, Racine 255, Van Dyne 252, Ferreira 236, Wagner 235, Simons 232, Helmes 227, Newman 226, Kovar 775, Blake 274, Dougherty 223, Roche 222, Wurster 721, Lent 3i9. Mercer 217, Reis 215, Drawdy 214, Fogarty 214. Jupiter Lanes De Rham 279, Cox 277, Lapsley 1 266, Ballard 264, Pizzi 257, Miller 254, Hughes 247. 1 Pickett 246, Galganskl 243, Griggs 238, Earie 135, 1 Gates 233, Sheirs 232, McGregor 227, Joyce 226, Hor- ' nick 225. ' Verdes Tropicana - LeFebrve 256, Phelffer 255, , Lee 255, Galganski 249, Hoff 246, Costa 241, Ineyon ; 235, Willis 234, Wade 233, A rand a 223, Miller 224, Davis 277, Palmer 722, Dennis 720. ' Series Don Carter's Lake Worth - Smimo 637. , Greenacres Bowl van Dyne 658, Lasky 456 , Ferreira 636. 1 Jupiter Lanes De Rham 697, Ballard 666, Booth 634. Galganski 629, Pizzi 626, Hughes 625, Wade 415. Academy in Palm Beach Gardens. Alex Adams as guest THURSDAY coach. Call Gary Walker 624-0634. Spring Break soccer camp: Camp held at PGA National soccer field from April 6-10 from 9 a.m. to I2:3up.m. Ages 6-18 welcome. Registration ends Apni 6. can Family Golf Center. Mixed league. A: Gross: A. Riordon 60; Net: M. Fattuta 55. B: Gross: G. Barko-vits 64, Net: T. Sparrow 55. C: Gross: C. Laberge 65; Net: J. Noble 56. D: Gross: N. Shannon 73; Net: L. Slavid 55. Mayacoo Lakes. Member-guest. Gross: 1, Marriott, Schatz, Chadwick and Walsh; 2, Gilchrist, Piatt, Wainwright and Nicholson. Net: 1, Gerlach, Stone, Grimpel, Gordon; 2, Foxx, Applefield, Sch'appa, Matuiuski; X Bennett, Simpson, Markey, Kunfz; 4, Olivierf, Cutler, DeCarlo, Carfagna; 5, Schroeder, Davis, Deppen, Grimpel (blind); 6, Sleuman, Norton, Collins, Wenham; 7, Canuso, Clinton, Callahan, Beck. Long drive: Nicholson, Norton, Wagner. Straight drive: Foxx, Liebman. In the circle: Stone. Lucerne Lakes. Three best scores. A: Becker, Weiner, Cowan, Collier -18. B: Thibert, Quinn, Richmond, Paglia -17. C: Garamella, H. Glanzrock, Rinck, Golkow-17. Aberdeen Golf 4 Country Club. A flight: 1, Taub, Klatman 27; 2, M. Bass, Berlandgero 30; 3, G. Siege), Carter 31. B flight: 1, Feiner, Urbinato 28; 2, Glasgall 30; 3, Finkelstetn, Lurie, Shusner 3V C flight: 1, Preiss 26, 2, Sobel 28, 3, Dobro, Klein 29. 9 Holers: 1, Fitch 20; 2, Horowitz 22; 3, Vasquez, Mayers 23, Fountains Country Club, WGA. Low Net. Class A: 1, Stein 67; 2, Wasserman 70; 3, Michelson 74; 4, Rabb, Kreiger 76. Class B1: 1, Stang 70, Dorn 74, Harsip 75, Wagner 76. Class B2: 1, Gold 78; 2, Kaplan 82. Class C: 1, Brlskman 76; 2, Friedlander, Kramer 77, 3, Wolpin 78; 4, Levlne 79. Eastepointe Country Club. Throw Out Tournament. A fiight: 1, Haps, Kurncluh, Kaplan 50. Falls Country Club. Ladies Day. A flight: Kugier, Gladstone 70; Katz, Hahn 71; B flight; Goldstein, Braus 67; Barashch, Cogan 68; C flight: Kotcher, Aal 71, Simons, Solomon 74. 9 Hole Net, 1 best ball. Rubinstein, Siegel, Willis 42. North Palm Beach Country Club, MGA. Class A: George, Rumbaugh, Hull, Know 83; Sabella, Klar, Conway, Midgley 86; Vigmostad, Southall, Hart-man, Banim 87. Class B: Hoyt, Yount, Bookman, Tesher 81; S. Adams, Creagan, Wilcox, Hoodwln 82; Rives, Padgett, Axley, Abare 84. Closest te Pin 11: Kenny 4-9. Palm Beach National. Women's Association, Net Championship. Class A: 1, Kelley 137; 2, Couture 140. Class B: 1, Lobel 135, 2, lan.ro 144. Class C: 1, Amorelli 137; A It man 145. Claw D: 1, Norrts 146, 2, Iscovitz 159. Ballenisles, WGA. One, two and thre best ball, south and east courses. First Might: P. Biesenbach, J. Cramer, M. Fischer, D. Riggi 122. Second flight: L. Jerd, V. Kerr, G. Weiss, S. Whitener 123. Third flight: G. Noah, D. Henderson, M. Janove, M. Shater 122. Fourth flight: $. Greenborg, B. Haydu, H. Israel, E. Sheft 172. Heritage Oakes Golf Ctub, WGA. Low gross, low net. A: Gross: Durmn 83, Net: Wigiser 66. B: Gross: Reid 91; Net: McElroy 64. C: Gross: Dowbiggin 98, Net: Bowman 67. D: Gross: Izzo 104, Net: Dow 69. 19 Club Championship, men. Championship flight: Webber. A flight: Dosdourian. B flight: Ft no-more. C flight: Leach. O flight: Cooper. I flight: Carroll. F flight: Davis G flight: Goethe. H flight: Jensen. Women. Championship flight: Toney. A flight: Crowley B flight: Jacius. C flight: McKellar. O flight: Cotcher. f flight: Schmaihoti. F flight: Parker. The Breakers Ocean Ladies Golf Assoc. Ryder Cup. 1, Adter, Taylor 63; 2, Stephen, Baxter 65; X Phillips, Vinnick, Ansin, Mumo 70. EasterSpring camp: Camp at Florida Atlantic University from April 6-9. Day camp (ages 8-17) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost $85. Half-day camp (ages 5-7) from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost $45. Call Kos Donev at bbi 2.yt--5t 1 1. Delray Beach Spring Break camp: April 6-10 from I m 9 a.m. to 1 p.m at Miller Field. Fee: $70. Call 272-2SOU. Softball Palm Beach County summer leagues: Organizational meetings April 6-8 from 6-7:30. Leagues begin play May 1 1. Call 966-6654. Caloosa Park Renegades: Travel team looking for Quality athletes. Call 734-8286. I Spring Swing tournament: April 18 at Jimmie Green field at 9 a.m. Fee: $ 1 50. Call Sue Warner 533-7 JS9 ext. 100. Riviera Beach ladles league: Ongoing registraion for A-1 North: Ballenisles 5, Ibis 1, Wellington 3, Jupiter Ocean and Racquet 3; Heritage Oakes 5, iron-horse 1; Howard Park 3, PGA 3. Standings: Wellington 67, Ballenisles 67, Heritage Oakes 58, PGA 57, Ibis 47, Ironhorse 41, Jupiter Ocean and Racquet 40, Howard Park 25. A-1 South: Delray 5, Broken Sound 1; Racquet Club 5, International 1; Seasons 4, Addison 2, Boynton 4, Boca West 2. Standings: Racquet Club 86, Seasons 64, Delray 57, International Tennis 55, Boynton 54, Boca West 35, Addison 34, Broken Sound 13. B-1 North: Palm Beach Gardens 6, Admiral's Cove 0; Everglades 5, Howard Park 1; Seaview 5, Tennis Club 1, North Palm Beach 5, Heritage Oakes 1; Wellington 4, PGA 2; Jupiter Ocean and Racquet 3, Frenchman's Creek 3. Standings: Seaview 82 (inc.), Everglades 80, Tennis Club 74 (inc.). North Palm Beach 70 (Inc.), Jupiter Ocean & Racquet 69 (inc.), Ballenisles 69 (inc.), Wellington 68, PGA 60, Frechman's Creek 56, Heritage Oakes 50, Howard Park 36, Palm Beach Gardens 34, Admiral's Cove 20 (inc.). B-l South: Seasons 3, Woodfield 3; Newport Bay 5, Boca Point Athletic 1; South County Regional 6, Racquet Club 0; Quail Ridge 6, Boca Grove 0; Patch Reef 3, Boca Bath and Tennis 3; J C C. S, Broken Sound 1; St. Andrew's 5, Boynton 1; Boca Raton Tennis 4, Glen Eagles 2. Standings: Boca Raton Tennis 110, Quail Ridge 107, Seasons 96, JCC 91, Newport Bay 88, Patch Reef 86, Woodfield 80, Glen Eagles 74, Racquet Club 68, St. Andrew's 60, South County Regional 59, Boca Point Athletic 57, Boca Bath and Tennis 49, Boca Grove 48, Boynton 4), Broken Sound 34 (all inc.). South Palm Beach Sonlor Tennis League. Standings: Men: Flight one: Kings Point 179, Isle of San-daifoot 148, Huntington Pointe 147. Whisper Walk 124, Platina 100, Boca Century 58. Flight two: Red: Boca Chase 188, Lakes of Delray 168, Boca Teeca 133. Las Verdes 93, Kings Point 90, Lexington 83. White: Newport Cove 187, Huntington Lakes 166, Huntington Pointe 151, Lakes of Delray 92, Whisper Walk 83, Emerald Pointe 77. Blue: Platina 201, Huntington Pointe 179, Whisper Walk 164. Boca Century 119, Las Verdes 78, Newport Cove 15. Grem: Huntington Lakes 230, Emerald Pointe 149. Boca Chase 129, Huntington Pointe 125, Lakes of Delray 111, Las Verdes 12 Women: Flight one: Kings Point 147, Huntington Pointe 133, Whisper Walk 104, Huntington Lakes 48 Flight two: Red: Huntington Pointe 168, Lakes of Delray 155, Boca Century 154, NewportIsles 101, Kings Point 88, Emerald Pointe 88, Platina 72, Whisper walk 64. White: Boca Century 181, Las Verdes 168, Lakeridge 82, Huntington Lakes 51, Huntington Pointe 42 Blue: Huntington Lakes 174, Whisper Walk 105. Emerald Pointe 100, Lakes of Delray St, The Rackets 38 season begins April 20. Fee: $350 per team. Registration ends April 1 5. Call Mary DeGraff 845-40 Cb. SwimmlngWatersports THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Marlins left fielder John Cangelosi gives a couple of fans something to cheer about with his catch at the wall. North County Spring Break Camp: Registration Marlins report WEDNESDAY Family Golf Center. Ladies Loaguo, tow gross. A: G. Dumas 62, M. Piath, R. Gore, M. McGeehan 65. B: J. Noble 63, E. Anderson 66. C: L. Pitt 75, T. S-panski 76. Ballonislos Country Club, MGA. Two best bath of four. Blue toes: Walpo, Forbes, Robinson, Tyson 124; ostrov, Liwrt, Fields, Starke 125; Griffin, Hardman, Finara, McMahon 121. White toes: Strompf, Alexander, Charles, Immordtno 116; Ka- dan, Pinstem, Issow, Dtpiero US. Nimeiman, Weiss, Sackett, Hollander tZ2, cook, Ronsler, Marcus, Sol omon 174, Hack, Horsey, Goldberg, Lopmto 124; Gunn, Weiman, Stewart, Sturvis 126 The Palts Country Club. Falls Duplicate winnors. FRIDAY NS winners: 1, Goldman, Siskmd, 2. Aarons. Ra- chosky lW winners; I, Davis, Sachs; I Abramson, Saistone. Doiray Beach Golf Ctub, MGA. Member -Guest. Championship flight: 1, Jackson-Snnriey 58; 2, Hodgkms-Lund 60, 3, Bozzuto-Pauietti 43, 4, Oxen-ham-Mihlroth 64 First flight: 1, Asbury-Wtse 57, 2, Vouiovsky-Pitts 58 X Reiston-Weithaus 58: 4. Haus- Mar. 28 through April 4 for the aquatics camp April 6-1 0 in Jupiter. Open to ages 9-12. Camp 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost $90. Call 745-0839. April Pool's Day: Saturday, April 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lake Lytal. Festivities include game, water safety and drowning prevention. Free. Call Alyse Limenck 233-1429. Gaines Park swimming and water safety class: Month-long session on Saturdays beginning April 4 for adults 19 and older. Class from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Registration ends April 2. Call 835-7095. Strokes clinic: Program will focus on four competitive swimming strokes, as well as starts and turns. Clinic is April 7-10 from 3-4 p.m. Fee: $ 1 daily for Lake Lytal team members and $2 for non-swim team members. Call 233-1429. West Palm Beach youth water polo: Ongoing registration for ages 12-19. Practices Mondays and Thursdays at Gaines Park Pool from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon. Fee: $10 a month. Call 835-7095. Tennis Palm Beach County Women's Assoc. south: League try-outs from B-2, B-l and A-3 doubles. Practice one morning a week and plays one weekday morning per week. Try-outs are Mar. 30 at 10:30 at the Tennis Learning Center in Boca Raton. Free. Call (561 ) 477-9660. Junior camps: Full-day and hald-day camp specializing but not limited to tennis. Spnng Break camp Apnl 6-10: summer league camp June-August. Call (561) 477-9660. North County tournament: Hard court tournament for mti .s and womens singles and doubles Apnl 1 1 -1 2 at the International Tennis Resort in Delray Beach. Fee: $20 singles$30 per team doubles. $30 open singies$50 per team open doubles. Call Debbie Leslie 746-4766. Miscellaneous WPB Bike Club: Time tnal senes on Apnl 5 at Lake Worth Pr. Registration at 6:15 a.m. Call 712-0166. Junior Olympic Boxing tournament: Palm Beach County Police Atnietic Assoc. tournament at Lake worth high school on Saturday. Winners will advance to Regional Junior Olympics in Orlando. General admission $7m nng-side $10. Call Deputy Michael LeStrange 688-3075. A-4 Division. Boca Bath & Tennis S, Boca Pointe Country 1, Seasons 4. Mission Bay 2, Broken Sound 4, Boca West 2, Racquet Ctub A Polo 2; Patch Reef 4, St Andrew s X Woodfield 3, Boca Del Mar 3. Standings: Seasons 109. Boca Bath 8. Tennis 89, Patch Reef 88. St. Andrew s 86, Racquet Club 83, Mission Bay 74, Polo 71, Boca Country 69 (inc.), Boca Del Mar 42, Boca Pomte Athletic 47 (inc.). Woodfield 54, Boca west 40, Broken Sound 37, Boca Pomte 32. man-DeCarli 50 Second flight: I, Chwai'k Sr -La-manna 56, 1 $'acheczyk-Bobrick 57; 3, McGreth-Cusack 57. 4, Hetponn-Kornteld SI Lmm alrivo: Sheirs 615, Dt Pasquamonio 411, Pickett em, onggs 606, Hornick 602 Verdes Tropicana Galganski 645, Costa 64? , Miller 441, Lee 637, LeFebrve 623, Pfeiffer 622, Hoff 603. JUNIORS (BOYS) Game Jupiter Lanes - Schebler 254, Miller 248. Gold stein 217, DeMerac 2)6, Smith 216, Sophmos 177. Verdes Tropicana Shoemaker 214, Granger ?0 Howard 198, Catabian 189. Series Jupiter Lanes - Schebler 730. Miller Ml 65 Smith 640, Goldstein 620, Sophinos 413. JUNIORS (GIRLS) Game - Jupiter Lanes - Paxton 198, Miller 184, Amos 10? Galganski 38. - . ; Verdes Tropicana deCrenier 214. Series - ' Jupiter Lanes Miller 533, Amos 485, Galgansk-332 verdes Tropicana - deCrenier 571. .1 SENIORS (MEN) Game Don Carter's Lake Worth Tollman 744. Cart-in- gotn 239 Briekman 235, Ha r ley 235, Aeolino 732, An- ' dreoni 226, Hard 225, Rosen 219, Kohn 2 '9, Weinreb ' 2)6, Briekman 214, Weinreh 2)4. Adler 215. EMas 7' Greenacres Bewt Hochmen 277, Rusignuolo 1 247, Turner 744, Rodgers 744, Broifmen 744. Went ) 744, Tencer 243, Santamaria 738, Meiman 734, Good man 735, Locker 233. Miller 732, Knoch 278, Gerieck -227, Arlan 275, Brownstein 723, Becker 773. Herre 777, Rocco 772, DeCast.le 221, Tretber 219, Turner . 219, Home 216. Schmidt 216, DireMor 215. Mero" ' 215, Hiibert 215, Keller 213. Jupiter Lanes Napoli 257, Hewitt 233 Hubbanj ; 232, JeskO 231, Hallberg 227, Byrd 223. Sievert 272 McGuire 2)2, Callahan 212, Musii 210 Verdes Tropicana Deigrego 245, Bevaqua 3M - Harak 733, Bankheed 232, Reuter 231, Prsco 23. , Ostuw 225, Hoffman 221. Series , Den Carter's Lake Worth - Tail man 244, Heerer, , , '3 Greenacres Bewt Rusignuolo 439. Hochmar 627, Broitman 427, Meiman 424, Keller 60S. Brown . stein 400 . Jupiter Lanes - Triop 660, Hewitt 433, Napofi 428 e Musl 412. Callahan 594. Hallberg 574. S evert 5- , Ptnder 572 Verdes Trepicana - Harak 40, Ostuw 678, P- vecque 417, Bankheed 59. Torfce 594, Falcone 5f Reuter 581. De'greoo 577, Hughes 575. SENIORS (WOMEN) - Game Den Carter's Lefce WertSj Eisner 211, DeMarco 204 Greenacres Bewt - Kowaisky HI, Hat? 2CJ .-Dowier 203 Berd 701 Solomon 700 Leonard leg. Go . mer 198, Freedmen te. Brassier 14, O Conner 5 Novy 15 Mushel 15. Ginsberg t4, Goodman 11 -Cecer m Sachs 11, umen 10, Goldstein WO Nicksofl 10 Jverter Lanes Akins 209. Be uk erne 201 Munn t8 woodward t7 Verdes Trenfcena Lombertfo 27. Gez 71 Kerbai 203. Schomaker 202. Kapien 200, Anson if? Series Oen Carter Lake Worth - McDonald 5)4, Res seis 5)3 Greenacres Beerf - Kowaisky 55t Bard 575 Jveter Lanes Hammond 538, Munn 5 12, AMn 41 Betkemo aU verdes Trepfcana Lombard 547, Caomps M2 Anson 52, McAreie 5 Area resvts taken deity St em Sl-6 38 p m at (St)l S7-4 Fax resetts anytime te IUU )-. Please inctwde dates tor an events wfcc e submitted b 8 p m. Prtdey. Resetts envst be se emned vrthM a week at the evens. Trap and Skeet Knntak, Clarke Closest to Nn: Chwaiik Sr., Shirley Closest the pm 3: Pitcher, Winters 4: Hodgk.ns, Shook. Ilk Katz, Knowtei 17: Markowiti-Pauietti THURSOAY MAR. 71 HIGHLIGHT: Saturday's 11-1 loss to the Houston Astros included few, if any, Marlins highlights, so the highlight for the day came from a former Martin. When Astros outfielder Moises Alou was announced as a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning, the Space Coast Stadium crowd erupted in a standing ovation for the 1997 Marlins MVP. Alou hit a sacrifice fly to left that brought in Tony Eusetrio with the 1 1th Houston run of the game. LOWUGHT: Pick one. Could be the grand slam Astros outfielder Dave Clark hit before Rafael Medina recorded an out. Could be the two walks that set that it up. Could be the double Clark hit off Medina in the fourth to give him six RBI for the day. Best pick, though, may be left-handed reliever Kirt Ojala's walk of left-handed-hitting Astros pitcher John Halama in the fifth. Nice. PROSPECT WATCH: First baseman Derrek Lee went 2-for-3 with a single and a bloop double, but it was the out he made that may have been most encouraging. Lee's sixth-inning fly ball to left would have been a home run but for the moody Space Coast Stadium wind, which was blowing in hard from left Saturday and stole two home runs from Marlins nght fielder Gary Sheffield as well. QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I'm not getting any hits, so I might as well take some away," Marlins outfielder John Cangetosi. who made two sensational catches in left field, one an over-the-shoulder Willie Mays job on Richard Hidalgo' fly ball to the wail in the fourth. Dan Graziano Paim Beach Trap 4 Sheet Club. Champion: Schmtdthorst 76x100 B Class: Liberia 71H00 C Class: Kearney aixiOO D Class; Wimmer S7xl00. High Lady: Mayer 49x100. west Palm Boack- Led. Ladiet unmbit k. Grave. P Stoodie, T Massa, P Lake 77, S Gilbert, T Lamb. M Burdick, M Famsworttt T7. B. Chisari, I. Charlnd. J Davis. M VrebH 77 Shuffleboard Lake Wartft MuakimI gm Cntu l4im M MONDAY h4S. Class A: Hubbard. Bomk 34, GnHin. D'ck'O 3 McDermott 3 i Class B: L-nnaverta 34. Cook, AMen Logan 35"i, W.nneil l Class C: Green 32 DeLOOM 331. Br u I port 35. Rmaidi. Sikora 37 Class Dr Kaarncy 34. Kaufman 3 ftiscaveo. Lioman 37 " Yt Bch LaOiO Gtf AuociatlM. AA lliftt: 1, G Tnkrw. 30 1 N Perry 31, X G Wag-man 31 A Might: 1, l Cnbantf 28 l, 2 E Arbusto 7, X M H.rsch 30 B H'fht: 1. S Bedn 20 t 2, M Jowdv 78 3. A Cape td t. J Devin JO C flMht: 1. E Graot 28 x I M $turm j. i j Schorr 7 D flifftt: I. George, L. Roth 31, 1 D Guman 32. Hole-in-one Southeast B league. Centwry VHtage 9, Delray Beach 7, Lake worth 11. Lakeside Village S, Briny Breezes 8, Sterling Village 8 Standing: Century Village 23. Lake Worth 20. Sterling Village (9. Defray Beech 17, Bnny Breezes 14. Boynton Beach HI Lakeside Village 7. Bowling What's Happening AMF Beynte Beect Summer leagues now forming . . Moonlight Bowling every Saturday. S'gn-m 8 45 p m ... Frdey ite Live every Friday 10 3 a m . 7 Call 734-1500 Be"e Glade Bewt - CaM 54U OOJ-Teos Oe Carter's Beca Rate - CaM 5M 348 7177 Dew Carter's Lake Wertfc - L.ghtnmf S'r.kes" light and sound hew Fndav. HI 30-2. and Saturday. 12 30-1 . . Co'ora ma Tuesday, noon S7 money shots . . . Buck N ght. Sunday 9pm -close. II game Prta Bowt, every Wednesday, 5-H) p nr. and Saturday. I S p m . . ftAoeni'pht bowling epm Saturday ft )2 Cain San -7Q0C Fort Fierce Bowl - Pewi Scratch Sweeoer. 2 p m today Entry fee w.nner guaranteed 000 No touring PBA or PWBA bowters Cati (51) 4S4-134J iecb Brawartfei, md an ior.nat Coutrv Ctub l Hole 2 U5 vrH 7 .ron Pot Oeeim. Hr.tV9 R.09 &ot Cob o 2 For Participants Information should be sent by FAX (561-820-4481) or mall to: For Participants. 77 Palm Beach Pott Sports Department. P.O. Box 24 700, West Palm Beach. Fla. 33416-4700. at least one week In advance of publication. Please Include a date for the announcement to be terminated. Hems will be used on a space-available basis. MONDAY Davd View, cost Lanev Kot 1 J.i -ov 4- Iron Jacfc Brewer i, inde Spring Country Club West. Meie 2. Us yards. J-4r r 4lkisBfc Ji, i8fc..4Pu.i-n iiaawnVJjSiifcaV,,) AVH n.iAI ttaaar$atJk0ttt0mJta4a4aKti SJB)!V,:fltee-i. VJ.J ly, fci k fc

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