The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on April 16, 1989 · 55
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Bee Sports staff i UC Davis extended its winning streak to eight games Saturday sweeping a baseball doubleheader 1 from visiting CSU Hayward 5-3 and 4 4-2 In the opener the Aggies' Brent i Haley pitched no-hit ball until giving up a leadoff single to Katon Frates t in the seventh '' Steve Cecil went 5 for 8 in the two games driving in three runs for 'I UCD 16-23-2 overall and 11-10 in the i Northern California Athletic Conference Hayward fell to 9-31 and 4-14 In other college baseball: 1: Mike Frame threw a four-hitter 3 and Bill Cramer and Mark Gieseke hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning as Sacramento State ' (28-12) beat the host University of 1 San Francisco 6-0 I Donnie Rea threw the first ! nine-inning no-hitter in San Jose State history leading the Spartans ' past Pacific 4-0 in Stockton Rea walked three and struck out four for San Jose State (33-8 6-2) I Lance Dickson's complete game helped Arizona to a 7-3 win '! over visiting California and sole possession of first place in the Pacific' 10 Conference Southern Division Arizona improved to 32-12-1 overall and 15-5 in the conference Cal is 28-17 and 7-13 Brian Keyser struck out a Ca 10 in 8 innings of relief and Paul Carey and David Hol brook had four hits each as Stanford beat host Southern California 15-5 in a Pac-10 Southern Division game : Brett Jenkins formerly of Cordova t High School had three hits for USC (10-10 31-17) Stanford improved to I 19-22 and 7-13 1 Gerald Rucker drove in three t t rtins in the second game as Sacramento City College defeated host Santa Rosa 7-1 to gain a split of a Cammo Norte Conference doubleheader The Bear Cubs won the opener 74 but SCC (26-9 12-4) moved into sole possession of first place in the CNC by winning the second game I Jeff Pintar went 4 for 4 doubled twice and drove in two runs as American River College defeated visiting Modesto 12-3 in a CNC game I In high school action: St Fran- ' cis The Bee's top-ranked softball team ran its record to 25-0 with three wins at the Napa Tournament Christine Haag allowed two hits in a 5-0 win over Justin-Siena and then combined with Shelly Chambers for a no-hitter in a 10-0 victory over 1 Vacaville The Troubadors also were awarded a forfeit win — In prep' j baseball Michael Brown drove in 1 the winning run in the seventh in- fling as host Vacaville defeated No 8 El Camino 2-1 Three Casa Roble pitchers combined on a one-hitter as the fourth-ranked Rams beat visiting " Hiram Johnson 6-1 NORCAL BRIEFS UC Davis' win streak reaches 8 i Associated Press i !t : ' BOSTON — For the men it's the 1 presence of the first three finishers 1 from last year's dramatic race For 1 the women it's the first confronta- 1 tion in four years between the world's two fastest marathoners For Boston it's the makings of a classic race The rematch Monday of Kenya's 1 Ibrahim Hussein Tanzania's Juma ! Ikangaa and Ireland's John Treacy I the 1-2-3 finishers in the 1988 Boston ! Marathon offers intrigue But the 1 rare pairing of Ingrid Kristiansen 1 s and Joan Benoit Samuelson appears i to overshadow it I - Kristiansen owns the fastest woman's marathon time 2 hours 21 ' minutes and 6 seconds and has been saying for four years that she is capable of becoming the first woman to break the 2:20 mark Samuelson the 1984 Olympic gold medalist and American record holder at 2:21:21 has beaten Kristiansen in their only two meetings at the Los Angeles Games five years ago and at Chicago in 1985 where she set the US record Associated Press After 39 years of failure the United States is flirting with making the World Cup soccer finals But no one is taking success for granted Strong recent performances have made the United States a favorite to be one of two teams from its zone to advance to Italy next summer "In our neck of the woods we've achieved parity" US National Team coach Bob Gensler said - Two of the United States' major adversaries in the North Central American and Caribbean federation have been removed FIFA has barred Mexico from the World Cup for using over-age players in qualifying for the Under 20 championships and Canada already has been eliminated I don't think theo is a favorite (14 the zone)" Gans1Pr said "If any OMMilMME COMING ATTRACTIONS TODAY BASEBALL — Major league: Atlanta at San Francisco (2) Candlestick Park 12:05 orn California League: Modesto at San Jose 2 pm Palm Springs at Stockton 1 pm Reno at Salinas (2) 1 pm College: San Jose State vs Pacific at Lodi noon BICYCLING — Tour of Mahn Mahn County Civic Center on San Pedro Road off Highway 101 10 an to 5 pm CREW — California State Championships women Lake Na toma all day California at Redwood ShoresStanford Rowing Classic all day GENERAL — Spring Boat Show at Marina Village Alameda 10 am to 7 pm HORSE RACING — Thoroughbreds at Golden Gate Fields Albany 12:30 pm simulcast at Cal Expo MOTOR SPORTS — VORRA off-road racing at Prairie City OHV Park racing 11 an RODEO — PRCA Pro Rodeo Gold County Fairgrounds Auburn 2 pm Red Bluff Round Up Sun Country Fairgrounds Red Bluff I pm RUGBY — Bay Area Invitational Women's Tournament Golden Gate Park Polo Fields 8 an SOCCER — Causeway Cup third-place match at 4 pm championship match at 6 pm Hornet Field Sacramento State SOFTBALL — Sacramento State at CSU Northridge noon American River at Sierra College Tournament all day TENNIS — UC Irvine women at Stanford 1 ort TRACKFIELD — Ed Adams Invitational Salinas 10 am MONDAY BASEBALL — Major league: San Diego at San Francisco Candlestick Park 7:05 pm California League: Modesto at San Jose 7:15 pm Salinas at Stockton 7:30 pm BASKETBALL — NBA: Seattle at Golden State Oakland Collseum Arena 7:30 pm GENERAL — Spring Boat Show at Marina Village Alameda noon to 7 pm GOLF — Sacramento City at Merced noon SOFTBALL — Prep: El Camino at Johnson 3:30 pm TENNIS — Sacramento State men at Sonoma State 2 p m TUESDAY BASEBALL — Ma Or league: San Diego at San Francisco Candlestick Park 7:35 pm California League: Palm Springs at Modesto John Thurman Field Modesto 7:30 pm San Jose at Reno 7 pm Salinas at Stockton 7:30 pm College: CSU Chico at Sacramento State 2 pm: Santa Clara at UC Davis 2:30 pm USF at San Jose State 1 pm St Mani's at Stanford 230 pm: Calif ornia at Pacific 3 pm Junior college: American River at Santa Rosa 2:30 pm Solano at Sierra 2:30 pm Cosumnes River at Yuba 2 pm Sacramento City at San Joaquin Delta 2:30 pm Prep: (Games at 3:30 pm) Capital Athletic: Casa Roble at Bella Vista San Juan at Nevada Union Grant at Placer Metro: Cordova at Johnson: Sacramento at Kennedy: Burbank at Chris-ban Brothers Sierra Foothill: Lindhurst at Mesa Verde: River Citv at Rio Linda Golden Empire: Center at Bear River Galt at Fol som: Golden Sierra at Lincoln Non-league: Yuba City at Oak mont BASKETBALL — NBA: Portland at Sacramento Arco Arena 7:30 pm GENERAL — Spring Boat Show at Marina Village Alameda noon to 7 pm GOLF — Golden Valley Conference meet at Baywood CC Eureka 10 am SOCCER — Sacramento State vs Sacramento Senators enhibition Hornet Field Sacramento State 7:30 pm SOFTBALL — UC Davis at Sacramento State (2) noon Sacramento City at Modesto (2) 2 pm American River at San Joaquin Delta (2) 2 pm Prep: (Games at 3:30 pm) Capital Athletic: Placer at Bella Vista Nevada Union at Casa Roble Sierra Foothill: Encina at Ponderosa Rio Linda at River City Capital Valley: Oakmont at Roseville El Camino at Loretto Golden Empire: Folsom at Galt Lincoln at Golden Sierra Metro: McClatchy at St Francis: Johnson at Burbank Delta: Woodland at Valley Elk Grove at Davis - TENNIS — College: College of Notre Dame menwomen at UC Davis 2 pm: Sacramento State women at CSU Hayward 2 pm Utah men at Stanford 130 pm Junior college: Sacramento City women vs Merced at Trail-head Park 2 pm Merced men at Sacramento City 2 pm American River men at San Joaquin Delta 2 pm San Joaquin Delta women at American River 2 pm Sierra men at Contra Costa 2 pm WEDNESDAY BASEBALL — Major league: San Diego at San Francisco Candlestick Park 1:05 pm California League: Palm Springs at Modesto John Thurman Field Modesto 7:30 pm San Jose at Reno 7 pm Salinas at Stockton 7:30 pm College: San Jose State at CSU Hayward 2:30 pm Prep: (Games at 330 pm) Metro: Sacramento at Johnson McCiatchy at Cordova Capital Valley: Highlands at El Dorado Roseville at Oakmont: Rio American° at Mira Loma Jesuit at El Camino Delta: Elk Grove at Woodland Valley at Foothill HORSE RACING — Thoroughbreds at Golden Gate Fields Albany1230 pm simulcast at Cal Expo GENERAL — Spring Boat Show at Marina Village Alameda noon to 7 pm SOFTBALL — Butte at Cosumnes River (2) 2 pm TENNIS — Sacramento State men at Santa Clara 2 pm Utah men at California 1:30 pm TRACKIFIELD — Prep: (Meets at 330 pm) Loretto and Jesuit at Mira Loma Bella Vista and Grant at Nevada Union Del Campo at Casa Roble Mesa Verde at Ponderosa Encina and River City at Del Oro Galt and Colfax at Lincoln: Center at Marysville Bear River and Folsom at Golden Sierra Davis at Yuba City: Woodland at Foothill VOLLEYBALL — Cabrillo men at American River 7:30 pm THURSDAY BASEBALL California League: Palm Springs at Modesto John Thurman Field Modesto 7:30 pm Salinas at Stockton 7:30 pm San Jose at Reno 7 pm Junior college: San Joaquin Delta at American River 2:30 pm Merced at Sacramento City 230 pm Prep: (Games at 3:30 pm) Capital Athletic: Casa Roble at Grant San Juan at Nevada Union Golden Empire: Colfax at Since the 1985 America's Marathon-Chicago Kristiansen has run four marathons and won them all — at Boston in 1986 at Chicago in 1986 and at London in 1987 and 1988 Meanwhile Samuelson beset with hip knee and back injuries and having given birth to a daughter in October 1987 has been limited to one marathon placing third at New York last November That's why Kristiansen also the world-record holder on the track at 5000 and 10000 meters and owner body feels this is going to be a cakewalk they are sadly mistaken" The United States opens its final round home-and-home schedule today in Costa Rica It will play the return match April 30 in Fenton Mo and play host to Trinidad & Tobago on May 13 and Guatemala on June 10 It will resume its schedule July 9 in El Salvador and in Guatemala on Oct 8 The final games will be played at a US site yet to be determined against El Salvador on Nov 5 and in Trinidad & Tobago on Nov 19 The United States last played in the World Cup in 1950 — when it was invited Since FIFA instituted qualifying for the 1954 Cup the United States has missed the quadrennial event After a successful Olympic qualifying performance an encouraging but not victorious Olympic showing and a third-place finish in the world Center Bear River at Folsom Marysville at Golden Sierra GENERAL — Boat and Recreation Show Monterey Fairgrounds Monterey at day Spring Boat Show at Marina Village Alameda noon to 7 pm GOLF — El Macero Invitational (UC Davis host) Yo lo Fliers GC 9 am: Santa Rosa at Sacramento City noon HORSE RACING — Thoroughbreds at Golden Gate Fields Albany 12:30 pm simulcast at Cal Expo SOFTBALL — Nevada-Las Vegas at USF 1:30 pm Santa Rosa at American River (2) 2 pm Prep: (Games at 3:30 p m) Capital Athletic: Placer at Grant San Juan at Nevada Union Sierra Foothill: Encina at Ponderosa Del Oro at Rio Linda Golden Empire: Folsom at Bear River: Galt at Lincoln Golden Sierra at Marysville Metro: McCiatchy at Kennedy Sacramento at Johnson: Cordova at St Francis Capital Valley Loretto at Oakmont Delta: Yuba City at Woodland: Valley at Elk Grove Non-league: El Dorado at El Camino TENNIS — Startslaus State women at UC Davis 2 pm Modesto women at Sacramento City 2 pm Sacramento City men at Modesto 2 pm Merced men at American River 2 pm Napa at Sierra 2 pm TRACKFIELD — Mt SAC Relays college all day Prep: Kennedy Burbank and Christian Brothers at Hughes Stadium 3:30 pm FRIDAY SATURDAY sic confrontations BASEBALL Major league: California at Oakland Oakland Coliseum 7:35 pm California League: Riverside at Modesto John Thurman Field Modesto 7:30 pm Stockton at San Jose 7:15 pm Bak erslield at Salinas 6:30 pm College: San Francisco State at UC Davis 2 pm San Diego at USF 2:30 pm UCLA at Stanford 230 pm Prep: (Games at 3:30 pm) Capital Athletic: Nevada Union at Casa Roble Del Campo at Placer Beta Vista at Grant Metro: Christian Brothers at Kennedy Johnson at Burbank Sacramento at McCiatchy Sierra Foothill: Ponderosa at Mesa Verde Rio Lin da at Del Oro Capital Valley: Rio American° at Highlands: Oakmon at Jesuit Roseville at Mira Loma El Cameo at El Dorado Delta: Woodland at Davis Yuba City at Valley Foothill at Elk Grove Nonileague: Cordova at Beyer (Modesto) BASKETBALL — NBA: Denver at Golden State Oakland Coliseum Arena 7:30 pm GENERAL — Boat and Recreation Show Monterey Fair grounds Monterey all day Spring Boat Show at Manna Village Alameda noon to 7 pm GOLF — El Macero Invitational (UC Davis host) Vol° Fliers GC 9 am HORSE RACING — Thoroughbreds at Golden Gate Fields Albany 12:30 pm simulcast at Cal Expo SOFTBALL — Sacramento State at CSU Hayward 1:30 pm UC Davis at Humboldt Stale 6 pm Prep: (Games at 3:30 pm) Metro: Johnson at McClatchy St Francis at Bishop Manogue Sierra Foothill: River City at Mesa Verde SWIMMINGDIVING — San Joaquin Delta at American River 2:30 pm Sacramento City at Modesto 2:30 pm College of Mahn at Sierra 2:30 pm TENNIS — Sonoma State men at UC Davis 2 pm UC Santa Cruz men at Sacramento State 2 pm USC men at Stanford 1:30 pm: UCLA men at California 1:30 pm TRACKFIELD — Mt SAC Relays college all day American River and Santa Rosa at Sacramento City 2 Rm Prep: (Meets at 3:30 pm) Chico Invitational (Grant) Del Oro Invitational (Center Del Campo Mesa Verde Nevada Union River City) VOLLEYBALL — Collegiate Club Nationals UC Davis all day BASEBALL — Major league: California at Oakland Oakland Coliseum 1:05 pm California League: Riverside at Modesto John Thurman Field Modesto 730 pm Bakersfield at Salinas 6:30 pm Stockton at San Jose 5 pm College: Sacramento State at CSU Northridge 1 pm UC Davis at San Francisco State (2) noon San Diego at USF (2) noon UCLA at Stanford 1 pm Junior college: Modesto at Sacramento City 1 pm: Amen-can River at Merced 1 pm Yuba at Mendocino (2) noon Cosumnes River at Contra Costa (2) noon: Sierra at Mann (2) noon BASKETBALL — NBA: Los Angeles Clippers at Sacramento Arco Arena 7:30 pm BILLIARDS — Sacramento Queens vs Las Vegas women's pro league Great American Billiards 5536 Garfield Ave 2 pm GENERAL — °High Sierra" Hot Air Balloon Rally mass ascension at Mammoth Meadow off Old Mammoth Road at sunrise and landing near MammothJune Lake Airport two hours later Fisherman's Festival Bodega Bay all day: Boat and Recreation Show Monterey Fairgrounds Monterey all day Spring Boat Show at Marina Village Alameda 10 am to 7 pm HORSE RACING — Thoroughbreds at Golden Gate Fields Albany 12:30 pm simulcast at Cal Expo MOTOR SPORTS — NASCAR 100 auto race Stockton 99 Speedway gates open at 5 pm racing at 8 pm Cal Pro Stocks and Sprints Series at Petaluma Fairgrounds Speedway gates open at 3 pm racing at 5 pm RUGBY — Capitol Cup at Greenbriar Farms Rugby Fields B Division Tournament at 8 an (16 teams) Old Boys Division Tournament at 8 am Our teams) Northern California High School playoffs at 9:30 am (six teams) SOFTBALL — Nevada-Reno at Sacramento State 1 pm UC Davis at Humboldt State noon San Joaquin Delta at Sacramento City (2) 1 pm TENNIS — Cal Poly SLO men at UC Davis 2 pm UC Davis women at Fresno State 1 pm UCLA men at Stanford 1 pm USC at California women at 9 am and men at 1 pm TRACK — Mt SAC Relays college all day Stantord Twilight Collegiate Open 5 pm Prep: (Meets at 10 am) Dewey Halden Relays at UC Davis (Christian Brothers Davis Grant Kennedy Jesuit Woodland) Colfax Invitational (Marysville) Sacramento County Invitational at American River College (Burbank Foothill Mesa Verde Loretto McCiatchy) TRIATHLON — Slide Ride 'n Jibe at North Lake Tahoe: skiing (Iwo giant slaloms) bicycling (from Squaw Valley toward Truckee) and boardsailing (three triangular courses) all day VOLLEYBALL — Collegiate Club Nationals UC Davis all day This year's Boston Marathon should have plenty of drama of world bests at several distances on the roads is oozing confidence at gaining some revenge against Samuelson While Kristiansen is not totally dismissing Samuelson as a serious contender she is not overly concerned about her two-time conqueror "I don't think Joan is fit enough to run under 2:25" the Norwegian said "But she's a tough runner However running (more than) 32 minutes for 10K (kilometers which Samuelson did in winning in Tyler Texas last Sunday) is not good" The men's race meanwhile not only could come down to a furious finish among Hussein Ikangaa and Treacy but could also feature Japan's Takeyuki Nakayama and Kunimitsu Itoh and Ethiopia's Abebe Mekkonen Last year Hussein a three-time winner of the Honolulu Marathon and the 1987 New York City Marathon champion outkicked Ikangaa for a one-second victory in the closest finish in the race's 92-year history The winning time of 2:08:43 was the second-fastest in Boston history Us takes aim at World Cup finals indoor championships in January a new confident attitude seems to have developed on the US National Team "To put us in the World Cup will make us a legitimate host to the 1994 World Cup" striker Brent Goulet 24 said "For the players who stuck it out in soccer when there really was nowhere for them to play in this country for all these players for us to keep their dream alive is so important" And now the US team believes it can fulfill those dreams Self-confidence was firmly installed during the indoor championships in Holland where the United States beat European and South American powers that were not of World Cup caliber "What we got out of the indoor championships is that they're human and that we have the skill Goulet said We can beat those teams" The Sacramento Bee Sunday April 181989 ti'7 aking tough road to Derb I Western Playboy gets bumped hangs on in Blue Gras4: Associated Press LEXINGTON Ky — A quarter of a mile from home in Saturday's Blue Grass Stakes jockey Randy Romero was telling himself that this would be the easiest $250000 race he ever won Then it became the hardest Just when Western Playboy and Romero were about to ramble past Dispersal at the top of the stretch the leader in the Keene land race swerved from his position on the rail If Western Playboy hadn't been in the way trying to pass Dispersal might have gone all the way to the outside fence and on into the grandstand Instead the undefeated Louisiana Derby winner bumped Western Playboy hard knocking Romero's colt sideways A couple of strides later Dispersal came over and bumped Western Playboy again though not as hard this time Undaunted Western Playboy who had been running in a straight line in the middle of the track before the first bump shook off these intrusions and went on to a half-length HORSE RACING beautiful He belongs in the 1etitucky Derby A mile and a quarter should be his best distance" - victory before 26330 fans on a raw overcast day Garden State Stakes at Cherry The second straight victory for Hill NJ — Faultless Ensign re Western Playboy will probably earn bounded from a crushing 20-length him a start in the Derby loss in his last start holding off four Western Playboy's half-length vic- other horses in the stretch to claim tory came six years after his sire the 8150000 race at Garden State Play Fellow won the Blue Grass Park Dispersal trying to win the Blue The half-length victory was the Grass for trainer Bud Delp and own- fourth in five starts for Faultless Eners Harry and Tom Meyerhoff 10 sign and may have renewed his years after their Spectacular Bid did hopes for the Kentucky Derby it finished nine lengths ahead of The lightly raced son of Blue En-Tricky Creek who was a neck ahead sign had been an undefeated Derby of his stablemate Feather Ridge contender entering his last start 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