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SPORTS The Daily Tribune, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Friday, May 3, 1991 2B r Sports log- i f "S Associated Press WATCH IN' WATSON: Tom Watson watches his drive on the 18th hole at the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving, Texas, Thursday. Watson is the first-round leader at five-under-par. Watson grabs lead In Nelson Classic IRVING, Texas (AP) - Tom Watson carded a 5-under-par 65 Thursday that staked him to the first-round lead in the Byron Nelson Classic. Lanny Wadkins chipped in for an eagle in a bogey-free round of 66 that put him in a tie for second with Emlyn Aubrey and Mark Wiebe. And Ray Floyd was in a large group at 67, just two off the pace. A 2-hour, 20-minute afternoon ' thunderstorm delay left 27 players stranded on the course by darkness. They marked their positions and were to return today to complete first round play. None appeared to have a chance to move among the leaders. DMX seminar for new riders slated NEKOOSA - A new riders seminar will be held Saturday at the Central Wisconsin BMX track, 1350 Point Basse Ave., Nekoosa. Registration will be from 1 to 1 : 30 p.m. and the seminar will continue to 4 p.m. Boys and girls , of any age are invited to attend, but those attending should wear long-sleeved shirts and long Eants. They should also bring elmets and their bicycles, which need chain guards, fenders and reflectors removed. There will be a $5 charge to cover insurance costs. In addition, all minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For more information, call 325-5127. The BMX season will open May Assumption athletic meeting scheduled WIS. RAPIDS -The regular monthly meeting of the Assumption High School Athletic Association will be at the school at 7 p.m. Monday. The main item on the agenda will be a discussion on the election of officers. Bryan Reffner wins State Park feature RIB MOUNTAIN - A red-hot Bryan Reffner of Wisconsin Rapids picked up his first late model feature victory of the season on a cold night at State Park Speedway here Thursday night. The defending track champion easily outdistanced Necedah's Tim Sauter in the 30-lap event and capped an evening that included victories in the trophy dash and a heat race. Neil Knoblock of Schof ield held off Keith Witt of Rudolph to win his second sportsman division feature of the season, and Wausau's Bobby Kempf notched his second bomber feature victory of the season. Sheffield sued over baseball card show MILWAUKEE (AP)-A baseball card dealer has sued Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Gary Sheffield, saying he failed to appear at a card show Feb. 2. Steve Panlener, president of MVP Sportscards in Milwaukee, claims in the suit filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court that he lost money in arranging for Sheffield to appear. Panlener also claims he "sustained damages to his reputation before the public and before other dealers and distributors." Also named in the suit is Prime Time Sports Marketing, Inc. of t '-T " TTTi-iTu - '--1 flii For updated national sports information 24 hours a day, including scores, Injury reports, game previews and summaries, and sports news. Cost is 75 cents per minute. Forest Km, N.Y., the firm that handled arrangements for Sheffield's appearance at the show. The complaint filed Monday says Sheffield was paid $1,000 in advance and was to receive $5,000 more when he arrived in Milwaukee for the show. Panlener also says he bought Sheffield airline tickets worth $608 and they went unused. Bucks split playoff purse 1 1 full ways MILWAUKEE (AP)-The Milwaukee Bucks voted 11 full shares of $6,562.50 as the split up their National Basketball Association playoff purse of $91,875. Milwaukee, which had the fourth best Eastern Conference record, was eliminated in a 3-0 first-round sweep by the Philadelphia 76ers. Full shares were voted Thursday to Frank Brickowski, Jeff Grayer, Steve Henson, Jay Hum- E' s, Frank Kornet, Larry tkowiak, Brad Lohaus, Fred rts, Alvin Robertson, Dan Schayes and Jack Sikma. Four players who were with the team a portion of the season got half shares of $3,281.25 Greg Anderson, Lester Conner, Dale Ellis and Ricky Pierce. Ellis and Pierce were traded for one another in February. Portions of a full share were also distributed among club personnel. Anders Jarryd falls MUNICH, Germany (AP) -Udo Riglewski defeated Anders Jarryd 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) in the third round of the BMW Open. Top-seeded Ivan Lendl was within two games of advancing against Goran Prpic, 3-6, 6-4, 4-1, when rain forced the suspension of the match. Agassi tops Chang ROSWELL, Ga. (AP) - Top-seeded Andre Agassi defeated Michael Chang 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 and second-seeded Pete Sampras beat Aaron Krickstein 6-4, 6-1 in the round-robin AT&T Challenge. In another match, Brad Gilbert defeated David Wheaton 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-3. Seles posts win HAMBURG, Germay (AP) -Top-seeded Monica Seles beat Regina Rajchratova 6-2, 6-0 and second-seeded Steffi Graf defeated Julie Halard of France 6-2, 6-3 to advance to the quarterfinals of the Hamburg Open. Dave Kindred wins Red Smith Award NEW YORK ( AP) - Dave Kindred of The National, a sports columnist for more than 20 years, was named the 1991 winner of the Associated Press Sports Editors' Red Smith Award for lifetime achievement. Kindred, 50, is the 11th winner of the award, which was first awarded in 1981 to recognize "extended and meritorious labor in the art of sports writing." Before coming to The National, Kindred wrote for the Atlanta Constitution, The Washington Post and the Louisville Courier-Journal. Sports history 10 YEARS AGO May 3, 1981 Sunday, no paper. 25 YEARS AGO May 3, 1966 Freshman Gene Tuxhorn carded a 41-44 for an 85 to share medalist honors and lead the Lincoln High School golf team to a triangular victory over Stevens Point and Antigo at the Stevens Point Country Club. Pemiher nine falls By Sally Winkels Tribune Correspondent PITTS VILLE - Ryan Hauke provided the offense and Scott Gebelein threw a three-hitter as the Stratford Tigers took one from the Pittsville Panthers on a windy Thursday evening in Pittsville, 7-3. Hauke's three-run shot that cleared the fence in left started the scoring in the top of the first inning and his run-scoring single in the third proved to be the game-winning RBI. Stratford added two more in the fifth frame as the leadoff man reached and went to third on the next pitch when a Panther threw the ball out of play for a two-base error. With two runners in scoring position, a pinch-hit single brought both runners in. Meanwhile, Gebelein, after giving up a lead-off single to Aric Apache nine hangs on for win COLBY Cruising along with a 10-1 lead in the third inning made coach Bill Hembrook and the Auburndale High School baseball team feel pretty good. Fortunately, the Apaches were able to overcome a seven-run inning by Colby and get a 14-11 Cloverbelt Conference win here Thursday. "This has been a real comedy routine this year," Hembrook said. "We've had three pracitices in the last three weeks. When we can get outside, we have games to make up. We have to play." The Apaches committed a total of six errors, including four in the fifth when the Hornets plated seven runs. After the Apaches scored single runs in the first two innings to take a 2-1 lead, they broke loose for eight in the third. In the big inning, Gary Meyer Poirfl Continued from Page IB Hilgendorf, Van Ert and Sterz-inger (1:01.75). Hilgendorf picked up third-place points in the long jump (12-9V4), while Casey was third in the 100-meter dash (16.03) and Hamilton finished third in the 1,600-meter run (7:15.85). Scheppa crossed the line third in the 400-meter dash (1:20.47). Picking up fourth-place points for Port were Jenny Lee in the high jump (4-2) and Aquel in the 400-meter dash (1:37.12). Boys Wild Rose ran away with the title, racking up 106 points. Port finished with 32, while Adams-Friendship had 19. Derek Dykstra was the only OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE CARPET & FURNITURE CLEANING The newest wave in aerobic exercise is the Step Reebok, combining the high intensity of stair climbing with the low impact and safety of walking and is gentle on the joints. Come join the fun!!! 3 Month Total Fitness Membership $ggoo Includes our "new" Step Aerobic Classes Hours: Monday thru Friday . 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But even though the Panthers managed to get two more runners on with two outs, they were stranded when Gebelein threw a groundout pitch to end the game. Stratford plated seven runs on six hits while Pittsville scored three times on three hits and had three errors. The Panthers, 3-2 in the Marawood conference, will host Spencer Monday. and Thad Schmitt singled and scored on an RBI-double by Chad Weinfurter. Scott Pankratz singled home Weinfurter to give the Apaches a 5-1 lead. An error and a double by Todd Stoffel plated another run. Freshman Kyle Stoffel drew a walk and Matt Cherney followed with a two-run single. The Apaches got on top 10-1 with a two-run double by Meyer and a sacrifice fly by Schmitt. The Apaches got four runs, three unearned, in the sixth to seal the victory. Weinfurter picked up the win, lasting four innings before tiring in the fifth. He gave up eight runs on seven hits and seven walks. 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Continued from Page IB team of Amy Martin, Deana Jones", Jepson and Lisa Huebl (13:15.04); the 800-meter relay team of Jennifer Kohlbeck, Jolene Dupee, Amy Brandt and Lisa Grossman (2 : 06) ; the 400-meter relay team of Brandt, Dupee, Wilke and Grossman (57.23); and the 1,600-meter relay team of Christa Groshek, Grossman, Hartsough and Kohlbeck (4:51). Picking up second place for the Panthers were Deb Ruckwardt in the discus (66-5) and the shot put (24-7); Jevaltas in the 100-meter dash (14.14); Stascak in the 400-meter run (1:08.61) and Martin in the 3,200-meter run (15:12). Boys Even without senior Chad Lilly, the Panthers turned back Spencer 100-38. Freshman Denniston was a Pittsville triple winner, taking the Getting fourth-place points were Frost in the triple jump (32-11) and the 1,600-meter run (5:34), Andres in the 110-meter high hurdles (22.66), Chris Haferman in the 400-meter dash (59.93), Dave Rokus in the 300-meter low hurdles (56.95) and Jagodzinski in the 200-meter dash (26.06). The Blackhawks will next participate in the Nekoosa Invitational Thursday. Oh Main Attraction Spring Special Just Say "Color Me Perfect' Colors Frosts Cellophanes Midway 20 Off Expires 3-31-91 Not valid with any other offer. Rapids Mall 421-0100 WW (Carrier S ! ill. We Aren't Comfortable Until You Are. LOSE WEIGHT jlpj)gg)gj IS Saturday, May 4, 1991 ' Mead Inn Weight. 10 a.m.-12; Smoking 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Special '49 per person For further information call collect 708-803-2533 WW Hypnotherapist 25 years experience. Author of book "Weight No More" Hypnosis Institute Registration accepted at door. Saylor pitched the first four innings to get the win. The Cardinals, visitors in the nightcap even though they were playing on their home field, Tumped out to an 8-0 first inning lead and then survived a 10-run explosion by Cashton in the third. Heesch, who was 2-for-3 in the first game, was 3-for-4 with a double in the nightcap. Saylor was 2-for-3 in the first game and hit a double in the second contest, while Bartels was 2-for-2 and Bolcerek was 3-for-3 in the opener. Brian Decorah had a double in the nightcap. Saylor pitched the final two innings to save the nightcap win. He set down all six batters he faced, four by strikeouts. 100-meter dash (12.02), the triple jump (39-3) and the 200-meter dash (24.2). Double winners were Ed Twinn in the high jump (5-6) and in the long jump (19-Iiy4); Shane Rucker in the discus (131-10) and the shot put (45-10); and Chris Grorich in the 110-meter hurdles (17.99) and the 300-meter hurdles (48.1). Ted Skeeba won the pole vault by clearing 11-0, while Wilke was second at SH). The 400-meter relay team of Grorich, Skeeba, Twinn and Denniston came in first in 47.8, while the 1,600-meter relay team of Wilke, Sean Caeflish, freshman Chad Lilley and Dave Adams won in 4:41. The Panther 3,200-meter relay team of Jeremy Brody, Brian Korslin, Lilley and Dave Adams came in second in 10:13.01, while Lilley was second in the 400-meter dash (59.78). Caeflish was second in the high jump (5-4), while Garth Fossen finished second in the discus (119-0) and the shot put (37-9). Skeeba was second in the 100-meter dash (12.31) and the 800-meter run (2:14.68), while Wilke came in second in the 110-meter hurdles (19.67). Twinn picked up second-place points in the 200-meter dash (24.27) and Korslin was second in the 3,200-meter run (12:43). You Can Do It SEE A NEW SLIMMER YOU JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER 3 Months Unlimited Toning omy$6900 Buy Any 1 Package, get the 2nd at V4 price or bring a friend and split the cost. 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