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i u u m m -r - i i-"i i r r"-" 1 - f ir y , ' , ' . r t y f a ' , r , r f r f r I- THE PALM BEACH POST MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1998 XC W Golf 1 Golf scores United top Revolution in shootout Bud Allin, $5,200 75-72-71-218 2 Jack Klefer, $5,200 76-71-71-218 2 Tom Jenkins, $5,200 73-73-72-218 2 Don Bies, $5,200 72-74-72-218 2 John D. Morgan, $5,200 73-73-72-218 2 Al Geiberoer. $5,200 76-70-72218 2 Major accomplishment for Hurst's second win The Associated Press 4f I (" t" J! ' I ft "V The Associated Press WASHINGTON Brian Kamler tied the score in the 88th minute and then got the game-winner in the fourth shootout round as D.C. United beat the New England Revolution 2-1 Sunday. : Almost half of the 22,263 fans at RFK Stadium rooted noisily for former D.C. United forward Raul Diaz Arce and the Revolution, but United goalkeeper Scott Garlick stopped Diaz Arce s shootout attempt in the fifth round. United, the two-time defending MLS champion, improved to 3-0. The Revolution, 0-6 at RFK, appeared headed for victory in their season opener after Imad Baba beat Garlick in the 54th minute. Kamler, a late substitution, scored his second goal in 20 career games on Jaime Moreno's cross. ' Diaz Arce, the MLS top career scorer with 38 goals in 50 games, was traded in the off-season so United could fit their payroll under the league's salary cap. Burn 2, Crew 1: Dante Washington scored in the 66th minute to lead Dallas (2-0) over Columbus (1-1) in front of 10,216 in the Cotton Bowl. LPGA Tour Nabisco Dinah Shore Sunday's scow after the final round of the SI million tournament in Rancho Mirage, Calif, played on Mission Hills' 6,460-yard, par-72 Dinah Shore Tournament Course a-denotes amateur Pat Hurst, 1150,000 68-72-70-71-281 -7 Helen Dobson $93,093 70-74-71-67-282 -6 Laura Davies S60.385 75-70-70-68 - 283 -5 Helen Alfredsson 160,385 ...70-73-70-70 -283 -5 Donna Andrews 538,998 71-72-71-70-284 -4 Liselotte Neumann $38, 998 . 69-71-71-73-784 -4 Annika Sorenstam $27,928 . . 76-71-69-70- 286 -2 Karrie Webb $27,928 71-72-70-73- 286 -2 Dottie Pepper $22,393 73-72-74-68 - 287 -1 Sherri Steinhauer $22,393 ..69-76-71-71-287 -1 Amy Fruhwirth $18,438 ...73-71-73-71-288 -E Dawn Coe-Jones $18,438 . . 70-72-74-72-288 -E Catrlona Matthew $15,670 . 75-74-70-70-289 1 Penny Hammel $15,670 ...73-72-71-73 - 289 1 Nancy Lopez $15,670 71-71-73-74 - 289 1 Meg Mollon $13,658 75-69-76-70-290 2 a-Beth Bauer 76-70-72-72 - 290 2 Lorie Kane $12,147 76-71-74-70- 291 3 Rosie Jones 112,147 75-66-78-72-291 3 JoAnne earner $12, 147 ...73-72-73-73 - 291 3 M. Spencer-Devlin $12,147 . 72-70-76-73-291 3 Lisa Hackney $12, 147 71-71-73-76 - 291 3 a-GracePark 77-73-71-71-292 4 Emilee Klein $9,256 76-74-73-70- 293 5 Juli Inkster $9,256 74-75-74 70 -293 5 Cindy Figg-Currler $9,256 . 74-72-77-70-293 5 Becky Iverson $9,256 74-72-77-70 - 293 5 Barb Mucho $9,256 72-75-74-72- 293 5 Tammie Green $9,256 72-72-76-73 - 293 5 D. Ammaccapane $9,256 . . 75-73-71-74 -293 5 Michelle McGann $9,256 . . 74-71-72-74293 5 Mayumi Hirase $9,256 73-69-73-78 - 293 5 Hiromi Kobayashi $6,964 . . 77-71-77-69 - 294 6 Tina Barrett $6,964 76-73-74-71-294 6 Maggie Halpin $6,964 72-77-74-71-294 6 Gail Graham $6,964 71-75-74-74 - 294 6 Alison Nicholas $6,964 75-70-75-74-294 6 Jane Geddes $6,964 73 75-71-75 - 294 6 Dana Dormann $6,964 73-74-72-75 4 6 Amy Alcott $5,832 74 75-75-71-295 7 Jan Stephenson $5,832 73-74-75-73- 295 7 Cindy McCurdy $4,705 76-75-75-70 - 296 8 Kim Saiki $4,705 72-77-75-72-296 8 Jane Crafter $4,705 70-79-75-72 -296 8 Patty Sheehan $4,705 72-76-74-74-296 8 Michele Redman $4,705 . . . 75-73-73-75-296 8 Joan Pitcock $4,705 73-73-75-75-296 8 Pat Bradley $4,705 75-71-74-76-296 8 Kelly Robbins $4,705 72-74-72-78 - 296 8 Vicki Fergon $3,421 75-74-77-71-297 9 Deb Richard $3,421 73-77-75-72-297 9 Dale Eggeling $3,421 75-76-72-74-297 9 Julie Piers $3,421 73-71-79-74-297 9 Brandie Burton $3,421 71-72-73-81-297 9 Jenny Lidback $2,711 ...76-74-74-74-298 10 M B. Zimmerman $2,711 .76-72-74-76 - 298 10 Kathryn Marshall $2,711 .73-73-75-77 - 298 10 Lisa Walters $2,711 73-74-73-78 -298 10 Tina Tombs $2,258 75-73-77-74 - 299 11 R. Hetherington $2,258 . . 68-77-79-75 299 11 Cindy Rarick $1,932 77-73-77-73-300 12 Betsy King $1,932 73-74-79-74-300 12 Karen Weiss $1,932 75-75-75-75-300 12 Val Skinner $1,731 76-72-74-79-301 13 Susie Redman $1,579 76-74-78-74302 14 Patti Rino $1,579 72-76-80-74-302 14 Nanci Bowen 51,579 76-74-77-75-302 14 Shelley Hamlin $1,454 . . . 77-72-77-77303 15 Trish Johnson $1,454 .... 75-72-76-80-303 15 Marianne Morris $1,378 .74-76-81-73-304 16 Lisa Kiggens $1,378 75-75-75-80 30S 17 Beth Daniel $1,278 74 73-79 80- 306 18 Senior Tour Southwestern Bell Dominion Sunday's final scores and relation to par from the $1 million tournament in San Antonio on the par-72 ( 36-36), 6,835-yard Dominion Country Club course: .it 1 - 1. ! , " I .... I( I 1 hi... iL, I Jim Ferree, $3,900 74-75-70 -219 3 Dave Hill, $3,900 74 74-71-219 3 Ray Arinno, $3,900 75-73-71-219 3 Bruce Summerhays, $3,900 ..76-72-71-219 3 Dan Wood, $3,900 73-74-72219 3 Brian Barnes, $3,900 71-73-75 -219 3 Dick Hendrickson, 53,900 . . . 73-71-75 -219 3 J.C.Snead, $2,720 71-78-71-220 4 Jimmy Powell, $2,720 75-73-72-220 4 Larry Mowry, $2,720 72-75-73-220 4 Joe Jimenez, 52,720 71-76-73220 4 Lee Elder, $2,720 72-75-73-220 4 Dick Goetz, $2,000 76-72-73- 221 5 Ray Carrasco, $2,000 73-74-74221 5 David Graham, $2,000 76-70-75 - 221 5 Larry Ziegler, 52,000 72-73-76-221 5 Miller Barber, 52,000 72-73-76 -221 5 Tommy Aaron, 52,000 70-74-77 - 221 5 Butch Baird, 52,000 72-71-78 -221 5 Rocky Thompson, $1,500 72-77-73 222 6 Kurt Cox, 51,500 72-75-75222 6 Harold Henning, $1,500 75-70-77 - 222 6 Noel Ratcliffe, $1,150 77-71-75-223 7 Don January, $1,150 74-73-76-223 7 Bruce Devlin, $1,150 75-71 77-223 7 Bob E. Smith, $1,150 73-72-78223 7 Billy King, $880 74-75-75224 8 Homero Blancas, $880 73-76-75-224 8 Walter Zembriski, $880 72-76-76224 8 Fred Gibson, $760 75-73-78-226 10 Bobby Nichols, $660 79-74-75- 228 12 Ben Smith, $660 73-75-80- 228 12 Gene Littler, $660 76-71-81-228 12 Lou Graham, $580 75-78-82-235 19 Bill Johnston, $540 80-79-81-240 24 Nike Tour Louisiana Open Sunday's scores after the final round of the $300,000 tournament in Broussard, La. played on the 7,004-yard, par-72 Lt Triomphe Country Club course: John Wilson, $54,000 73-65-67-69-274 Steve Flesch, $34,050 71-71-70-67-279 Doug Dunakey, $24,750 69-74-71-68-282 Esteban Toledo, $18,750 74-74-71-64 - 283 Charlie Rymer, $10,607 75-74-68-67-284 David Berganio, $10,607 71-72-73-68 284 Woody Austin, $10,607 68-75-72-69 - 284 Joey Snyder, $10,607 71-78-67-68-284 Emlyn Aubrey, $10,607 71-70-72-71-284 Eric Booker, $10,607 75-70-68-71284 Deane Pappas, $10,607 72-72-66-74-284 Danny Briggs, $5,250 73-71-69 72 285 Kevin Johnson, 54,650 76-73-69-68 2B6 Sean Murphy, 54,650 72-72-72-70-286 Pat Bates, 54,650 73-71-72-70-286 Fran Quinn, 54,035 75-71-73-68287 Chris Couch, $4,035 70-80-69-68 - 287 Jelf Julian, $3,525 76-74-72-66 - 288 KawikaCotner, $3,525 75-71-74-68-288 P.J. Cowan, 53,525 72-76-71-69288 Geoffrey Sisk, 53,525 72-74-70-72-288 Bradley Hughes, 52,700 77-73-66-71-289 Curt Byrum, 52,700 76-72-68-71-269 Mike Helnen, 52,700 74-72-71-72289 Chris Zambri, $2,700 70-74-71-74289 Keith Fergus, $2,700 70-73-72-74 289 Brian Bateman, $2,700 70-73-71-75289 Steve Schneiter, $2,700 73-73-67-76-289 Adam Spring, $1,860 76-72-73-69-290 Scott Dunlap, $1,860 77-71-71-71-290 Mike Sposa, $1,860 73-73-73-71-290 Michael Clark, $1,860 69 60-70-71 290 Mark Hensby, $1,860 77-72-69-72-290 Michael Walton, 51,860 73-73-71-73290 Steve Hart, 5540 77-72-74-72295 Robert Floyd, 5360 75-74-77-75-301 Hooters Tour Jackaroo Classic Sunday's final scores and money winnings of the 5100,000 tournament in Peachtree, Ga. played on the 6,739-yard, par-72 Whitewater Country Club course: Garrett Willis, 515,000 65-71-69-66 271 Zoran Zorkic, 58,500 71-68-65-70-274 Scott Gardner, 54,500 70-72-67-66-275 Scott Kammann, 54,500 68 69-71-67 275 Chris Winchip, 53,320 73-67-68-68 - 276 Brian Slevin, 52.400 71-69-69-69 -276 Dave Poteet, 52,250 73-68-71-67 - 279 Dicky Thompson, 52,250 68-70-71-70 279 Chad Campbell, 51,956 66-72-72-68 - 280 Eric Meichtry, 51,956 68-75-69-68 - 280 Scott Medlin, 51,956 71-67-73-69 280 Todd Bailey, 51,956 65-75-70-70 280 Mark Wilson, 51,750 73-67-68-73 281 Peter Dyson, 51,625 75-70-69-68282 Kelly Sellers, 51,625 71-70-71-70282 Greg Sweatt, 51,625 67-69-75-71282 Jason Caron, 51,625 73-70-67-72-282 Jason Buha, 51,450 70-71-73-69283 Marlon Dontzler, 51,450 71-68-72-72 - 283 Chris Wilson, 51,450 66-72-72-73-283 Rob Bradley, $1,160 72-72-71-69-284 Michael Woodson, $1,160 69-69-75-71-264 Tyler Williamson, $1,160 70-72-69-73-284 Louis Brown, 51,160 72-65-74-73-284 Steve Gilley, SI, 160 76-69-66-73 - 284 Todd Pinneo, 5938 71-73-74-47 285 Steve Shriver, 5938 69-71-77-68 285 Mike Swartz, 5938 70-73-74-68 -285 Howard Mash, 5530 71-70-79-71-291 RANCHO MIRAGE Pat . Hurst's golf shoes were sopping wet, a clue that she was a champion and had broken a vow. After winning the Nabisco Di-,-Pah Shore, Hurst was finally ' coaxed into the lake by the cheering gallery on the 18th green Sun--; day. ; A day earlier, she promised .' that if she won, she would forego ;the traditional winner's dip into . the murky water surrounding the green because she couldn't swim. Shortly after rolling in a 4-foot 'par putt to hold off the charging '"Helen Dobson by one shot, Hurst , nervously waded into the lake. "That was peer pressure," Hurst, smiling, said of her brief walk into the water. "I wasn't going to get in over my head when I don't know how to swim." She didn't even make it to knee-deep before hopping back onto dry land. Hurst's second career victory was very significant because it came in the Dinah Shore, the ; LPGA's first major of the year and 'the tournament the women golfers equate to the men's Masters. "After making that putt on 18, the pressure is off, I've won a major, and I just couldn't ask for anything more right now." "' The former NCAA champion at San Jose State, Hurst, 28, outlasted a throng of international ' challengers. She shot a closing 71 to finish seven-under-par. Dobson, a Briton, won a tour-' nament in her 1993 rookie cam-' paign and has finished in the top 10 just once since. She shot a five- under-par 67 to keep the pressure on Hurst. But Hurst, who kept hitting ' fairways and sinking putts all week despite rain and gusty winds, re-.' fused to yield the lead she held or shared since the first round. ' Helen Alfredsson of Sweden, a two-time winner this year, finished tied for third with Laura Davies of England at five-under. Alfredsson shot a 70 and Davies a 68 in the final round at Mission Hills Country Club. Liselotte Neumann of Sweden, last week's winner at Phoenix, shot 73, and Donna Andrews 70 to finish three shots behind Hurst. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Although Pat Hurst can't swim, she upheld tradition by getting wet in the lake at the 18th green after winning the Dinah Shore. Washington's game-winner came when he took a through ball from Jason Kreis and drove a shot into the far corner of the net. It was his second goal in as many games. Dallas' Gerell Elliott tied it in the 39th, redirecting a shot by Kreis after it got past Juergen Sommer, the No. 3 goalkeeper on the U.S. national team. The Crew went ahead 1-0 in the 12th minute when Brian McBride took a pass from Brian Maisonneuve and beat Burn goalkeeper Garth Lagerwey inside the near post. LATE SATURDAY Rapids 3, Clash 2 (shootout): Marquis White scored twice to lead Colorado past host San Jose. It was the second consecutive game in which the Clash rallied from a two-goal deficit in the second half, only to lose in a shootout. Galaxy 3, MetroStars 2: Cobi Jones scored twice, including the winner in the 79th minute, as Los Angeles defeated New York-New Jersey in front of 11,921 at the Rose Bowl. Country Club course. It was Trevino's 28th Senior Tour title overall, the best on the circuit and one more than he had won on the PGA Tour. Trevino hadn't won an event since the Emerald Coast Classic in Novem Lee Trevino, $150,000 69-69-67 -205 -II Mike McCullOugh, $88,000 67-73-67 - 207 -9 Dave Eichelberger, $60,000 ...68-74-67 - 209 -7 Jay Sigel, $60,000 70-71-68 - 209 -7 Dave Stockton, $60,000 71-67-71209 -7 Jim Colbert, $40,000 69-71-70 -210 -6 Jose Maria Canizares, $32,000 . 73-71-6721 1 -5 Dana Quigley, $32,000 74-67-7021 1 -5 David Lundstrom, $32,000 ... .69-70-72 -211 -5 Leonard Thompson, $25,000 . . 73-70-69-212 -4 Ray Floyd, $25,000 72 68-72 -212 -4 Terry Dill, $17,144 70-73-70-213 -3 John L. Schroeder, $17, 144 ... 68-75-70-213 -3 Larry Laorettl, $17,144 76-67-70-213 -3 Buzz Thomas, $17,144 75-66-70-213 -3 John Jacobs, $17,144 70-71-72-213 -3 Jim Albus, $17,144 73-68-72-213 -3 Tom Worgo, $17,144 72-68-73213 -3 George Archer, $17,144 70-69-74 - 213 -3 Bob Dickson, $17,144 70-67-76-213 -3 Bob Eastwood, $11,375 73-70-71-214 -2 Frank Conner, $11,375 68-74-72214 -2 Tom Show, $11,375 74-68-72-214 -2 Jim Barker, $11,375 68-70-76-214 -2 Vicente Fernandez, $9,120 75-72-68-215 -1 Walt Morgan, $9,120 73-73-69-215 -1 Joe Inmon, $9,120 72-71-72-215 -1 Simon Hobday, $9,120 73-69-73-215 -1 Bruce Crampton, $9,120 74-68-73-215 -1 Bobby Stroble, $7,220 72-72-72-216 E Jerry McGee, 57,220 72-71-73 -216 E John Bland, $7,220 73-70-73 -216 E Walter H. Hall, $7,220 71-71-74 -216 E John Paul Cain, $7,220 68-73-75-216 E Charles Coody, $6,150 73-74-70-217 1 Gay Brewer, $6,150 74-68-75 -217 1 ber 1996. "This is special because there were so many people behind me this week. I feel like a local," said Hurst, who shot 68-72-70-71. Hurst, who earned $325,299 last year to finish 19th on the money list, got $150,000 for the win in the $1 million Dinah Shore. Trevino wins first title since 1996: Lee Trevino won his first title since 1996, winning the $1 million Southwestern Bell Dominion PGA Senior Tour tournament in San Antonio by two strokes. Trevino shot a five-under-par 67 to finish at 1 1 -under 205 on the par-72, 6,835-yard Dominion Trevino, who won $150,000 on Sunday, got five birdies in winds that gusted as high as 20 mph. "I love winning and the competition," said Trevino, 58, who won back-to-back Dominion titles in 1991 and '92. "It doesn't feel any different though. I played well today and putted well. I pride myself on being a good wind player." I " ..,':'s jcjL, (($' MX ! i;?"""- " 'es. ' ' ... The newly redesigned 1998 Lincoln Continental. . . . ...... , . . . . 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