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m m m wrm " W - -,' i y- THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 19C Ironman survives weather For participants Sheffield's Baseball pumiiii . iiniiiiiiijiwiir' ",.t),.. , !w mi' ."in Si performanc reassuring Jennifer Malone Area notes team won the Southeastern re gional tournament in Atlanta to qualify for the national event. The team, which includes auto mechanics, attorneys, city workers and salesmen, has been con' sistcntly ranked in the top three jn the state since its founding more than 10 years ago by Tim Butts, a former semi-professional player. "What makes this teain so unique is that we all come from different backgrounds," Express team member Ivan Zlgler said. "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 hi9 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 Si i ft 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. Flag 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 Area results Golf Dave Llvetey, Watt Palm Beech Country Club, Hole 7, 119 yerdi, J-iron. Table Tennis By Dan Grazlano Palm Stack 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 tomorrow'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. , "I Ie 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. ...... ,ITl. "Anybody would be nervous," Medina said. Its 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." Mirlttgt Rldgt Soil Club. Shamblt format. I, Wabbar, Marcinka, Ralnhart, McEiroy 110; 1, Kui-ctial, Schuallar, Ooalha, Johniton III. MONDAY SUNDAY Howerd Perk Community Center. Round Robin Teurnement. 1, M. Retertkl II. 2; C. Sing 17; 3, Mettl Leuonen 12, 4, L. Shahnatarien II, 5, J. Ham-merimlth 10, I, E. Nicholt ; 7, A Simmon 6, 1, M. Rocce 5; , S. Franklin 4; 10, V. Mardoc 3. Tennis TUESDAY Greenecre Bowl - No-tP double every Setur-day, 9 p.m., 112. . . . Laier Bowling every Saturday, 10 p m.-l a.m.; Family Leier Bowl, 12:30-3:30 p.m, every Sunday. . . . NASCAR Wlniton Cup leegue itarti Jen. 26; limited ipaca available. . . . Kereoke In the lounge, Jen. 14, 20 end 21, 9 p.m. Call (561) 961-0100. Jemon Seech Bowl - Cell (561) 22S-269S. Jupiter Lone - Bottle ot the Titan 1 p.m. today ... Rock 4 Bowl Friday! 10 p.m. . . . Jackpot Soturdeyi et 9 p.m. . . . weekdey ipeclel 1-5 p.m. 510 per lene . . . Femlly ipecieli 11 e m. to 1 p.m. Saturdey and Sunday. . . . Senior Swlngtlme bowling every Wedneidoy et I p.m. Three gemot, red pin, prliei end lunch 66.75. . . . Healthy Kldi Dey, April 4, 10 e m. -3 p.m. . , , Buck Night, Sundey end Thundey otter 9 p.m. Call (561) 743-9100, Lentene Lenei - No-top tournement, p.m. every Saturday, 510. Call (561) 515-7934. Port St. Lucie Lenei - Cell (561) 461-5390. Sterduit Lone - Cell (113 ) 467-1100. Stuerl Lenei - Wer ol the Tltem, I p.m. today. Call (561) 286-9700. Verde Troplcena - No-tep fun tournement, 1:30 pm. today. Entry lee 110. . . . Sundey, rent-e-lene from 9 e.m. to I p.m. Two hour lor SIO. . . . Rock-N-Bowl Saturday Irom 10 p m. to 1 e.m. Three hour tor S14. Cell (561) 613-5424. Vlte - Winter hour: wedneidoy, Pridey, Setuf-dey end Sundey, 1:30 a.m.-cloie; other deyt, noon-midnight. . . . Coimic Leier Rock-n-Bowl, every Friday, 11 p.m.; 510. . . . Soturdoy country laier bowl, midnight pine end tode, 110, , . , Kereoke on Wednetday, Saturday and Sundey nlghtt, ... NO-tap tournament every Thundey et noon. Cell (341) M3-5200. aitapainta Country Club. Oram 1, Gohan 16, 2, Sulantlc II. Natl I, Kravll ?3; 1, Splotl M; 3, Ollnon, Wyan 75, 4, Stlcnman 77, 5, Savrann, Zalmlck, Alax-andar, Jk. Jacobion, Caplan 71. Palm Saach National Ooll Club. Ladlat Club Champlomhlp. Handicap dlvlilam 1, S Fullington HO, I i. Wiiiay, Ann Longo 143. Scratch dlvlilam I, p. Locka IS; 2, L. LaUk 112. Man'i lanlari I, S Farnarl 137; 2, B. Cook, Dick Willay 139. Watch-play champlomhlp. Wlnntr; 1, C. Howall, 2, J. Siankan-ihip. Pint tlighti I, J. Knappar; 2, H. Salty. Sacond flight. I, J. D Ercola; 2, J. Pankay. Third flighti I, K. Moora; 2, E Folay. Ironhona Mam club Champlomhlpi. Champion-hip lllghti Bargima d. Cotiay 1 up. A flight: Eric. tan d Horbit 3 and I. S flight: Faranoll d. Lonborg 3 and 2. C flight: Morrn d. McGrath I up. 0 flight: Prani d. Magon 1 up. DO flight: Walnbargar d. Naiiman 3 and 2. MONDAY High rollers Uott Laka Hoboiound. Mon't Day. Slua Pront: 1, Art.ia, Schlauch, Brannan, Glynn. Back: 1, wab-liar, Allan, AAualltr, Saarli. Overall: I, Thomai, Straw, Horton, Hochman. Gold: Pront: Byitrom, Varona, Oihard, Sullivan. Back: Copaland, Pro-clona, Cornolla, Halitaad. Ovarall: urban, Pyfa, Larman, Dilovamo. Loit Lakt Hoboiound. Ladlai Day. 1, Oanlngan 2, Brannan; 3, Olotuon. Ladlai Hola. 1, Soqulno; 2, Cornaiia; 3, Cantalupo. Couplti. I, Miukl-Nar-donl, Larmon-Konny; 2. Churchlll-Connotl. MEN TUBSOAY Spring Brtak 98 Shoot Out: Boca travel baseball club presents round robin tournament April 6-11 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 6-1 1 at Forest Hill high school, Four games guaranteed, Fee: $200. Call Russ 686-8853 or John 689-9845. Basketball JCC Maooabl games try-outss 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. Footballcheerleadlng Riviera Beach NFL football camp: Registration ongoing for event on April 9-11. Hall of Fame and Super Bowl Champ Tony Dorsett, Louis Oliver, ReWel Anthony, Warrick 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 967-1926. 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 Plconcelll 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. Call Yale at 689-5747 ext. 340. Motorsports Moroso Motorsporta Park: Test and tune, grudge and street racing Wednesday and Friday nights 6-1 1 p.m.: E.T. bracket racing Saturdays 5 p.m.-midnight; outlaw street drag racing one Sunday each month, Call 622-1400. Outdoors Boating skills and seamanship classes: Classes at Santaluces high school from 7:30-9:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday through May 4. Fee: $35 for Coast Guard books. Call Ed Greenfield 965-4655. Family Fun Fishing Day: Saturday, April 18 at Lake Ida park from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 625-5122 or 243-7250. Running, Track R8C6W8lKln Spring Splash BK Run: April 1 1 along Flagler Drive. Men and women of all ages welcome. Divisions are In 4 year Intervals from 14 and under to 60 as well as a wheelcnalr 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 participants In meet at Palm Beach Lakes high school on May 23. at 9:30 p.m. Ages 9-14. Call 835-7025. Soccer Micro Soccer Program: At Plerson Park on Saturday mornings for ages 4-15. Season runs April 18 through May 16. Fee: $30. Call Andrew Phillips (561) 790-0343. 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 Academy In Palm Beach Gardens. Alex Adams as guest 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 12:30 p.m. Ages 6-18 welcome. Registration ends April 6. Call 775-8278. 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 (56 1 ) 297-37 1 1 . Delray Beach Spring Break camp: April 6-10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m at Miller Field. Fee: $70. Call 272-2500. 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. Spring Swing tournament: April 18 at Jlmmie Green field at 9 a.m. Fee: $ 1 50. Call Sue Warner 533-7359 ext. 100. Riviera Beach ladles league: Ongoing registraion for season begins April 20. Fee: $350 per team. Registration ends April 15. Call Mary DeGraff 845-4075. SwlmmlngWatersporta North County Spring Break Camp: Registration 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 end drowning prevention. Free. Call Aiyse Limerick 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 sges 12-19. Prectices 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 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 mommg a week and plays one weekday morning per week. Try-outs are Mar. 30 at 10:30 at tne Tennis Learning Center in Boca Raton. Free. Call (561) 477-9660. Junior camps: Full-day and ha'd-day camp specializing but not limited to tennis. Spnng Break camp Apnl 8-10: Bummer league camp June-August. Call (561) 477-9660. North County tournament: Hard court tournament for m., I and womens smg'es and doubles Aonl 1 1 -1 2 at tne International Tennis Resort in Deiray Beach. Fee- $20 smgies$30 per team doubles. $30 open tmg'es$50 per team open doubles. Call Debbie Leslie 746-4766. Miscellaneous WPB Bike Club: Time tnal senes on Apnl 5 at L Wortn Per Registration at 6 15 a m. Can 712 0166 Junior Olympic Bolng tournament: Palm Beach County Ponce Atretic Assoc. tournament at Lake Worth h gh chool on Saturday. Winner will advance to RegO"al Junior 0iymp.es m Onando. Gene'al ctm.ss.on $7m nrg-s ot $10 Ca'i Deputy Michael LeStrar-ge 688-3075. Palm Beach Caunty Woman' Tannll Aitoclatlon B-2 North: Million Bay 6, Polo 0; Petch Root I, Boce Pointe Athletic 0; Woodliaid 4, Newport 2, Ad-dlton 4, Racquet Club 2; Seatom 4, Boynton 2; St. Andrew'l 3, JCC 3. Standing!! Seaionl 91, Patch Reel 17, Minion Bay 13, Boynlon 13, St. Andrew'l 35, Woodlleld 45, Polo 44, JCC 42, Rocquet Club 42, Addiion Reierve 36, Newport Bay 34, Boca Pomie Athletic 26. . . A-2 South: Woodlleld 6, Boca Wait 0, Boca Point Athletic 4, Internetlonel Tennii 2; Boynton 4, Addiion Reterve 2; Seetoni 3, Boca Bath and Tennii 3; Newport Bay 3, Boca Del Mar I; Delray 3, Racquet Club 1; Quell Ridge 10, Boca Raton Tennii 2; Patch Reef (byel. Standlngi: Dalray Beech 110, Boce Beth t Tannl 103, Patch Real 94, Seaioni93, Boynton IS, Woodlleld 10, Pecquet Club 71, Newport Bay 71, Quail Ridge 70, Boce Pointe Athletic Club 39, In-ternetionel Tennii 59, Addiion Reierve 45, Boce Reton Tennii 42, Boce Del Mer 37. Boce Welt 6. WBONBSDAY A-3 North: Seavlow 6, North Palm Beach 0; Jupiter Oceen end Rocquet Club 6, Jonathan ! Landing 0; Bellanlllei 6, Wyclltt 0; Wellington 6, Admlrell Cove 0; Peim Beech Gerdeni 3, ibii 1: PGA 4, village) Tennii 2; Jupiter Bay 4, Mayacoo 2. Standing!: Wellington 94, Jupiter Oceen I, Racquet 93, Bellanlllei 79, Seaviaw 79, PGA 77, Pelm Beech Garden! 73, Jonethan'i Landing 71, Mayecoo 63, Jupiter Bay 61, North Palm Beech 63, Village Tennii 49, Wye-line 41, ibii 44, Admirer Cove 27. A-3 South: Seeiom 5, Polo I, woodfieid 5, St. Andrew'l I; Pecquet Club 3, Boynton I; Broken Sound 3, Addiion Reierve I; Boce Grove I, Deirey 0; New- Sort Bey 3, Internetlonel Tennii I, JCC 4, Petch eef 2; Glen Eegle (bye). Standlngi: JCC 101, Newport 101, Seaioni 101, Woodlleld 9S, Petch Reel 12, Glen Eaglei ll, Polo 19, Pecquet Club 61, Broken Sound 61, St. Andrew'l 31, Boce Grove S3, Internetlonel Tennii 30, Deirey 44, Boynton 43, Addiion Reierve 34 13 North: North Pelm Beech 6, Pelm Beech Gerdeni 0; Eeit Point 4, Village 2; Breeken Weit 4, Beiieniiiet 2; Seeview 4, ibii 2. Stendlngi: North Pelm Beach 19, Breeken Weit 12, Seeview 72, Eeit-pointe 70, Beiieniiiet 34, Ibii 34, PGA 42, Vlllege 36, Pelm Beach Gerdeni 19. B-3 South: Woodliaid 6, Polo 0; Seeiom 3, Petch Reel 3; Broken Sound 3, Boce Pointe 1; Boce Fein 6, Newport Bey 0, Deirey 5, JCC I; Million Bey 4, St. Andrew'l 2. Stendlngi: Deirey 97, woodlieid 14, Petch Rial 76, JCC 55, St. Andrew'l 52, Seeiom 50, Newport Bey 41, Broken Sound 46, Boca Fell 44, Minion Bey 41, Polo 37, Boce Pointe 31, THURSDAY A-l North: Beiieniiiet 5, Ibii I; Wolnngion J, Jupiter Oceen end Pecquet 3; HerlUg Oekei 3, iron-hone I; Howerd Perk 3, PGA 3, Stendlngi: Wellington 47, Bellenitiai 67, Heritege Oeke SI. PGA 37, Ibii 47, ironhorie 41, Jupiter Oceen end Pecquet 40, Howerd Perk 23. A-l South: Deirey 5, Broken Sound 1; Pecquet Club 5, internetlonel 1; Seaioni 4, Addiion 2, Boynton 4, Boca Wait 2. Standlngi: Racquet Club 16, Seeiom 64, Deirey 57. internetlonel Tennii 55, Boynton 54, Boce Wett 35, Addiion 34, Broken Sound 13. . , B-l North: Pelm Beech Gordon I. Admirel Cove 0, Everglede 3, Howerd Park I; Seeview 3, Tenni Club 1; North Palm Beach 5, Heritage Oekei 1; Wellington 4, PGA 2; Jupiter Oceen end Pecquet I, Frenchmen' Creek 3. Stendlng: Seeview 12 line ), Everglede 10, Tenni Club 74 line 1, North Pelm Beech 70 line. I, Jupiter Oceen 4 Racquet 69 (inc ), Beiienmel 69 line I, Wellington 61. PGA 60, Prechmen' Creek 56, Heritege Oaxei 50, Howerd Perk 36, Pelm Beech Gerdeni 34, Admireri Cove 20 (Inc, I. B-l South: Seeiom ), Woodlleld 3; Newport Bey 5, Boce Point Athletic t; South County Regionel 4. Pecquet Club 0, Quell Ridge 6, Boce Grove 0, Petch Reel 3, Boce Be'h end Tennii 3, J C C. S, Broken Sound I; St. Andrew'l 5, Boynton I; Boce Reon Tennii 4, Glen Eegiei 3. Stendlngi: Boce Raton Tennii 110, Quell R dge 107, Seeion 96, JCC 91, Newport Bey N. Petch Reet 16, Woodliaid M, Glen Eegle 74, Pecquet Club 61, St. Andrew 0, South County Regionel 59, Boce Point Athletic 37, Boce Bath and Tenm 49, Boce Grove a, Boynton 41, Broken Sound 34 (an inc I. South Peim Beech Senior Tenni Leegue. Standing: Men: Plight one: Kingt Pomt 179, llle ol Sen-de'oot 141, Huntington Po.nte 147, Whuper weik 124, Pletlne 100, Boce Century 51 Plight twe: Red: Boca Cheie 111, Lekei of Deirey in, Boca Teece 131, Lei Verdel 93, Kmgi Point 90, Lexington 11. White: Newport Cove 117, Huntington Lexel 166, Huntington Pointe 131, Lekei of Delrev 92. Wh.iper Walk It Emereid Po.nte 77 Blue: Pietme 201. Huntington Pomte 17 wnnper Weik 14. Boce Century 119 Le Verdel 71, Newport Cove IS Green: Huntington Loxei 210, Emereid Po.nte 149, Boce Cheie 129 Huntington Po.nte 125. Lekei ol Deirey 111, Lei Verdel 12 Women: Plight ene: Kingl Po.nt 147, Hunt"g.on Po.nt. ill, Wh.toer Weik 104, Hunting-ton Lekei 41 Plight two: Red: Huntington Pomte 161. Lexet of Deirey 155, Boce Cen.ury 154, Newport, in 101. K.ngt Po.nt M Emereid Po.nte be. ".tin. 72, Wh.tper Walk 64 White: Boce Cen.ury Ml l.i verdet let. Laxenoge 12. Hunt.ngton Lekei 51. Hunt.ngton Po.nte 42 Blue. Hunt.ng'on loxm 174, Whiutr weik 105, Emereid Po.nte 100. Loxe ot Deirey ee The Racket FRIDAY " A-4 D.vitten. Boce Be'h 4 T.nn.t S. B. I Po.-'e Country 1 Seeion, . M li on Bay I, Srbe Sound 4 Boca weit I Pecquet Cub 4. Poio t Petch Reel 4 St Andrew I, woodt.e d 1. Boce Dei Mer I Stendlngi: Seewnl 109 Boce Bam 4 Tenn,, (I, Pa-ch Reel M St And-ew i Pecquet Club 11. M ll.on Bev 74 Polo 71. Boce Country 69 ,nc , Boce Dei Twer 61, Boce Po n-e A.n.e..c t; (,ne ). Wood' e.d 5. Boce we.t 40. Broken Sount 37. Boce Pomte 13 family Golf Contor. Mliod loagua. A: Gram A. rtlordon 60; Nat: M. Pattuta 51 1: Oroin G. Barko-vita 64, Natl T. Sparrow S3. C: Orom C. Ltfrgt til Nat: J. Nobii 56. 0: Oram N. Shannon 73; Nat: L. "Hiayacaa Lakal. Mambor-f uait. Oram 1, Marriott, Scnau, Chadwlck and vVallh; 2, Ollchrlit, Piatt, Aalnwright and Nlcholion. Not: I, Gorlach, Stona, Grimpal, Gordon; 2, Po, Appiofioid, Schiappa, Matuiuikl; 3, Bannatt, Simpion, Markay, Kunti; 4, Olivlarl, Cutlar, DaCarlo, Cartagna; 3, Schroadar, Davit, Dappan, Grimpal (blind); I, Siauman, Norton, Collins, Wanham; 7, Canuio, Clinton, Callahan, Back. Long drlva: Nlcholion, Norton, Wagntr. Straight drlva: Po, Liobman. In tha clrcla: Stona. Lucarna Lakai. Thraa bait icorai. A: Backar, Wainar, Cowan, Collier -IS. B: Thibort, Quinn, Richmond, Paglia -17. Ci Garamella, H. Glamrock, Ptlnck, Oolkow -17. Abordaan Oolf 4 Country Club. A flight: 1, Taub, Klatman 27; 2, M. Ban, Barlandgaro 30; 3, 0. Sio-gal, Cartar 31. S flight: 1, Famar, Urblnato 21; 2, Giaigall 30; 3, Finkeiiteln, Luria, Shumer 31. C flight: I, Pram 26, 2, Sobal 21. X Dobro, Klein 2t. Helen: I, Fitch 20; 2, Horowlti 22; 3, vaiquet, Mayan 23. Fountain! Country Club, WOA, Lew Naf. Clau A: I, Stein 67; 2, Wanarman 70; 1, Mlchelion 74; 4, .abb, Kreiger 76. Clan SI: I, Stang 70, Dorn 74, Hariip 73, Wagner 76. Clan S3: 1, Gold 71; 2, Kepien 2. Clen C: I, Srlikmen 76; 1, Prledlender, Kramer 77, 3, Wolpin 71; 4, Levlne n. Baitapolnte Country Club. Threw Out Tourna-ment. A flight: I, Hapi, Kurncluh, Kaplan SO. Pall Ceuntry Club. Ledlei Day. A flight: Kugiar, Oladitone 70; Kati, Hahn 71; B flight: Golditain, Breui 67; Baraihch, Cogan 61; C flight: Kotcher, Aal 71; Simont, Solomon 74. t Hale Net, t belt ball. Rubimtain, Siegel. Willii42. North Palm Beach Ceuntry Club, MOA. Clan A: George, Rumbaugh, Hull, Know 13; Sabelle, Kler, Conwey, Midgiey 16; Vigmoited, Southail, Hert-men, Benim 17. Clou B: Hoyt, Yount, Bookman, Tether II; S. Adami, Craegan, Wilcox, Hoodwln 12; Rival, Padgett, Axlay, Abare 14. Cleieit tt Pin 111: Kenny 4-1. Palm Beech Natlenel. Women' Anecletlen, Net Champlomhlp. Clan A: I, Keiiey 137, 2, Couture 140 Clou B: 1, Lobel 135; 3, lenlro 144. Clsu C: I, Amoroin 137, 2. Aitmen 145. Clan D: 1, Norm 146, 2. Iicoviti is. Ballenliloi, WOA. One, two end three belt ball, leuth end eeit couriei. Pint flight: P. Bieienberh, J. Cremer, M. Fiicher, 0. Riggl 122. Second flight: L Jerd, V. Kerr, G. Went, S. Whitener 123. Third flight: G Noon, D. Henderion, M. Janove, M. Shaier 122. Fourth flight: S. Greenberg, S. Haydu, H. Ureal, i Snett 122. Heritage Oekei Golf Club, WOA. Lew greu, lew net. A: Gran: Durnm 13, Nat: Wiglier 66. B: Orotl: Reid ; Net: McElroy 64. C: Orom Dowbiggln N; Nat: Bowman 67. O: Oram mo 104; Nat: Dow 61. late Club Champlomhlp, men. Champlomhlp flight: Webber. A flight: Ooidourien S flight: Pino-more C flight: Leach. 0 flight: Cooper. flight: Carroll. P flight: Devil. 0 flight: Goaihe. H flight; Jenten. Waman. Chemplenihip flight: Toney. A flight: Crowley. S flight: Jeciul. C flight: McKeilar. 0 flight: Cotcher. flight: Schmeihoii. P flight: Parker. The Breokert Oceen Ledlei Oelt Auec. Ryder Cup. I, Adier, Taylor 63; 2, S'ephon, Baxter 65; 3. Phillip!, Vmnleh, Amln, Mumo 70 : ; ) i li Game Don Certer' Leke Worth - Cremer 379, Key. 279, Seabridge 273, Chapper 261, Goldberg 267, BHi-llck 267, Fielding 265, Lebowltl 259, Fuienl 259, Thomei 257, Ceberek 257, Berher 257, Devlet 256. , Oreenacrei Bowl - Rlcherdl 271, Witk 271, Nlet-men 261, Dougherty 261, Gormen 261, MecDoneld 267, Heeter Ui, Covert 26S, Celhoun 263, French 261, Jimmy "D" 251, Morrl 256, Belt 241, Jupiter Lene - Lettege 300, Do Merco 291, Wat-ion 290, Voytek 28V, Seey 219, Blancherd 2M, Booth 279, Fraccecrete 279, Bernhller 279, Cevelerl 279, Byrd 279, Bollard 279, Da Bauwe 271, Shedlx 271, Eiter 271, George 271, Kltner 277, Schulter 277, Robert! 277. Verdel Troplcana - Orudlmky Jr, 300. Schllnger 379, Dixon 271, McDowell 271, Kamler 261, Fraccecrete 267, Grudiniky 2S9, Dyer 251, Jeckion 2SI. Vernon 257, Locklelr 257, Shleler 257, McMehon 256, ''oon Carter' Leke Worth - Keye 725, Kedet 724, Coite Jr. 710; Peteone 703, Knepper 704, Corwin 691, Goldberg 613, Barber 671, Fielding 667, Buret 663, Seabridge 664, Devil 6S6, Lebowltl 6SI. Greenecrei Bowl - Wiik 733, Jimmy "O" 711, Dougherty 709, Bolt 701, Morrl 703. Jupiter Lene - Booth 793, Voytek 762, Robert 762, Centor 752, Leitege 746, Byrd 743, Zimmer 741, Bucofl 71S, DeMerco 731, Bellerd 731, Kltner 710, Miller 723, Freccecrete 714, Barnhlter 714, Sreilckl 707. Shedix 703, Creech 701. Verde Troplcena - Dixon 796, Praccacrata 711, Schllnger 704, Dyer 701, Orudlmky Jr. 417, McMehon 610, Borgei 671, Bieckweil 676, Locklelr 172, CI-viteiio 666, McDowell 665, Petrldet MS, Otdd 664. Nichoiei 662. Oiton 661, Wad 660, Crum 660, Jack-ion 6S9. Phoenii 655, Bonn 650. WOMEN Geme Don Certer' Leke Worth - Geuger 234. Llcheuco 232. Dyer 210, Smimo 220, vanuelkon 217, Shivley 215, Shermen 215. , Oreenecret Bowl - Leiky 266, Racine 255, Van Dyne 252, Ferre.re 216, Wagner 235. Slmom 232, Helmet 227, Newmen 226. Kover 223, Bieke 224, Dougherty 223, Roche 222, Wurtter 221, Lent 219, Mercer 217, Roil 213, Drewdy 214, Fogerty 214. Jupiter Lenei - Do Rhem 279, Cox 277, Leptley 266, Ballard 264, Pllll 257, Miller 254, Hughel 247, Plckatt 246, Galgentkl 243, Griggt 231, Earle 225, Getei 233, Shein 232, McGregor 227, Joyce 224, Hor- " verdel Trepleene - LeFebrve 256, Phelller 253, Lee 255, Ge.geniki 249, Holt 244. Coite 241, ineion 235, Willi 234. wede 213, Arende 221, Miller 224, Devil 222, Pelmer 222, Denml 220. "oon Certer' Leke Worth - Smlmo 617. Greenecrei Bowl - Ven Dyne 651, Lllky 656, F Vuplter'Lene - De Rhem 697, Bellerd 666. Sooth 614, Gigniki 429, Pilii 626, Hughel 625. Wede 615. Sneine'S. Di Peiquenton.o 611, Pickett 601, Griggt 604, Horn ick 602. verdel Trepleene - Geigentkl 645. Cotta 642. Miner 641, Lee 637, LeFebrve 622, Ptoitfer 622, Holl 60! JUNIORS (BOYS) 'jupiter Lenei - Schebier 256, Miner 241, Ooid-t.n 217. DeMerec 216, Smith 216. Sophino 177. Verde Treptcene Snoemeker 214, Grengor 20), Howerd 191. Cetebien 119 '"JuVlter Lane - Schebier 730, Miller III 454, Smith .0, Goidlteln 420, Sophlnot 413. JUNIORS (GIRLS) 6 "ter Lene - Pexton leg, Miller 14, Amo III Geigentki ill verdet Trepleene - deCrenier 314. ''Jup'ter Lene - Miller 511, Amoi 415, Galgentkl . . Verdet Trepiceni - deCrenier S7I. SENIORS (MEN) Geme Oen Carter'! Lake Worth - Tollmen 246. Carrm-gom 239 Bnexmen 235 Honey 215 Aeo.me 212. An-dreom 226. Herd 225. Rolen 219, Kohn 2 9 Wenreb 2)1 Bnckmen 2'6. Wemre" 216, Adier 215, Enei 214. Greenecre Bevrl Hochmen 277. Rutignuole Hi. Turner 246. Rodgen 244. Broitmen 24. Worn 244 Tencer 241 Sentemene JM Melmen 216. Good-men 735 Locxer 211. M iier 232. Knech 12 Geneck 227 Arien 2!S. B'Ownt'e n 223. Sector 223. Herrell 272 Rocco 222, DeCetti'e 22'. Tra der 2'9, Turner 219 Home 2i. Scttm-d' He. Direkter US, Merot'e 21$, H'iDerl 215, Keiier 2'3. Jupiter Lene - Nop.' 157 Hewitt 333, Hubpa-d 233 uetxo 231, Hetlberg 227 Bvrg 223, S evert 221 McGu n 2'2. Ceiienen 1 Mut.i !0 Verde Trepicene De.grego 2x3. Beveoue 294. Here 133 Banxneed 232. ROu'er 231, Pntcb 225. Ot'uw 225. Hottmen 221. Serial Den Certer- Leke Wert - Tollmen Sea. Heereo 413 Oreenecret Been Ru gnueie 419 Hochmen 627. b-o 'men 627. Melmen 626. Keller 406. Brown-tie " too Jupiter Lene - Tr oo 6.0 how.h 631 Nepoi. 671 Mut i e Cenenen see. Henperg S'A S even M. P nder 521 Verde Trepieena Mreh eed. Otuw 621. Be-voqua tit Benxneed 9. Tetxe see. Feicene see tr, -e. V)' Oe orago 677 Hughe S7S SENIORS (WOMEN) gtne Deo Carter- Lake Wert - I tner in. Dewi'te 30 ereenecre Bexvt Kewe'txv tn. tl'l Itrl Dowt' Ki Be'e Ki oiee 20c leee'e 'eg Oo-m.r itt Freee.en tee. B'ett'er ite. O Conner te Nov 'ej Muvkoi ie G ibe-g tea Goco-en m Cetere 19! Seen Htl, Ut IPO. Go'dfen tec. N.txton tec Jup'ter Lene - Al n JCI. Beukeme JOS " teg wcoewe-e ei verae Trepicene Leb'ee no Get KI ka-he 2C3 Ste"-exer KI ni l' 3C Aneen i9 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Marlins left fielder John Cangelosl gives a couple of fans something to cheer about with his catch at the wall. Marlins report WIONISOAY Family Self Center. Ladiei League, lew gran. A: G Dumei 62, M. Pleth, R. Gore, M. McGeehen 65. B: J Noble 63. I Andenon 66 C: L. Pitt 73, T. 5a-pantki 76 Baiieniilei Ceuntry Club, MOA. Twe keif ball! af feur. Blue tee: Waipo, Forbe. Robmton, Tyion 124. Oi'rov. Lebeii, Field!. S'erke 133; Griffin, Herdmen, Pmara, McMahon 121 White teeti Sirompf. Alexander, Cherlo. Immord'no lie. HI-dan. Pmltein. mow. Dip, ere 111, Nimelman, Weil. Sackatt, Hoiienaer 112, Cook, Rontier. Mercut, Solomon 124, Heck, Honey, Goldberg, Loplnte 124; Gunn, wolmen. S'ewert, sturv-i 126 The Fain Ceuntry Club. Pall Duplicate winner. N'l winner: I, Goldmen. Sknd. 2. Aeron. Re-cneiky W winner: I. Devi. Seen, 2. Abremaon, Seii'one Deirey Beacb Oett Club, MOA. Member -Ouait. Champiemhip flight t. jockion-Shririey M. t Hodgk'ni-Lund 60, 3. Soltuio-Peule'ti 63. 4. Oxen-nam-M'hlroh 64 Pint flight! 1, Abury-Wie 57. 2. VeulOvky-P'"t 51. 1 Reit'on-Woitheul 3d. 4 Heu- men DeCerii SO Second flight: I, enwent Sr -La-manna 56. I S'echeictvk-Bobrick 37, 1 McGro'h-Cuaeck 57. 4, HO(rift-Kornoid M LOAf drive: Krmiek. Clerke Cleteet to line: Chwel'k Sr . 5" r. lev CieeeM te the pm : P'icher, Wm.er Hi Hodgx.n. Snook eili Kett, Knewie. H7: Marhow'ii-PeuteM! Trap and Sheet MAR 21 TNUPtOAV "p.,m Beach Tree S.eet Club. Ch'meien: Scnm.d'ho-f Tex .00 B Cum. L 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 Marlln. When Astros outfielder Moles AJou 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 Eu$ebk 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'a walk of left-handed-hittlng Astros pitcher John Halama In the fifth. Nice. PROSPECT WATCH: First baseman Derrtk Lm 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 right fielder Gary Sheffield as well. QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I'm not getting any hits, so I m:git as well take some away," Martins outf eider John Cangelosl. who made two sensational eateries in let f eid Satu'day, one over-trie-snouider Willi Mays job on Richard Hidalgo's f y bail to the wail in the fourth. 5 r Dan Grazlano ria.t- MM ernev 6'X'w. w ' H.fh Ledy: Meref e IOC ShuffleboariJ MONOAV umi B league, iwwi v ,..ue t urn lli I Laxe wo" Laxei-de V II lexel n . -sw a. - t naoa I Stenetng. Ce-urv Jr ........ u : rvt- weit Palm Beech Leeee. Led.ee tcrmbe. K-Orove P Soeie. T Mane. P Lexe ft. S G 'bet. T Lome. M Bu'd'Ck, M Perniwerth 77, S Churi. I cnerie-d. J Dev M vrebil 77 Lone Wertk Municipal OeM Cowrie Ledie It Relet. Clou A: Hubbe'e. Bo nk 34. G""v p.cx e It McDermot So i Cum Bi L""eve"e 31 C oev Anen Lego 35 t. Wmnai, J Clau C- Green l v. Deceote U B'uipo" 55. R nee.. S xere 37 C'ete O (.earner 3. Aeutmen R ceeoe. L pmen 37 Borneo Beecti Ledie etf Aueciatie. AA Ptnt: 1. G Tente'tier 50 I N Perry ll. 5. G Weg-IW 31 A flight: I, I Otbone Hi t I Arkut'e 7 i, M M,rKn M t flight: I, s r. M I. M Ji MIA Ceee a 4 Oe. ne X C tt: I. I G-e-e n , I M t'urmex ltJ Scne.r PI 0 flight: 1. t George. L Rem II. t 0 G imen 32 B'eeie I S'e Laxe do V iiege 7 Bowling What'e Happening AMP BevnH- Beert - Su e- ' now ,reav x-ee- e t -v - - te-"" ag AX.,n I HolS)-ln-ont I 45 " " s L ' . McDoe d I'A Sno T CO' ' Oen Certwr-s Leva Werrk oa e y e - : . , r .4.,, eel lee Mill rt I X a nd - k u. . ixa - m OM "pHrllKI Paw -CO , -tlJH IT Den Cer-e- Leee e - X "I " e i ,m .-. teve e-d Se-ur- Jack B'Oworhet, n fc..r,gt Cev"r t'vb Wet. Ha I u re-d 7-, ran ear '1 X-l ev ixen Bjc SM S.-eev ! t ot ' P ite Bcw every eve-eev 3 1 Pa .,, b c?a Ge ' C 'e ft-e I For Participants Information should be sent by FAX (SSI 20 441 1) or mall to: For Partldpents. T Pim Butch Pvt Sports Department. P.O. Bos 24700. West Paim Beech. Fla. J41 4700. at least one week In advance of publication. Please Include a date for the announcement to be terminated. Items will be weed en space-avaiiabie basis. M w Lenet - He"tee IX. " 11 Ai M dli Bexe-e x! Veeet T'e-ene - L e-O S4T Ceo e SO. Ante' 79 eAcA'd ell A-ee -ettrtx eetny ren I 7A- ST b ex a Itet. -eee Pea rey evene Ie . ' ; 7e-e6 p.eeie mcvee aee e ev even w,(X xumi aa auemitxee ty I Praav Reewtn ewet be twb-vxxee w a eree at we event. g tn , a -0 Se-reev MOnOAV , (I it ,! 0OC i - pdu let'rt -eee I '(ll - ' Pet Pete l V ne j ' g m teeev Otv.6 Vie. at, k.ae. we 3. I t ye ee. e- Ire jec S'ewenbL 'd e Iprixg Cer"nr Civ Weev Me 1 te re-a. 5-rex .Mi) I x,e -ev ng pba v pBA bewn Ce'

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