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For most college coaches the glory of playing days has long ago surrendered to the harried life along the sidelines Not Sue Manahan She's one of the lucky ones — an athlete who has combined playing and coaching careers And she has been a success at both Manahan is the first-year head softball coach at East Carolina She has directed her team to a 32-7 record — best in the state — enter ing this weekend's NCAIAW tournament in Graham Once the college season ends Manahan will grab her glove and bat and head for Richmond Va where she has spent the last five summers playing for the Stompers one of the area's top women's softball teams "I'm basically a utility player now" she said "because I don't usually come in until late in the season" Despite her divided responsibilites Manahan played well enough c)61) Tennis Tips By Keith Rothschild USPTA Instructor receiver No second chance on serve return In one respect returning serve is more important than getting your serve in You don't have a second chance So in a match forget form Mentally tell yourself you're going to return it over the net and make it land in court Think positively about a good return Physically watch the ball as your opponent serves it as it comes over the net as it bounces as you hit it If the serve is hard to handle aim for the center of the court in the middle of your possible angles of return You'll have more room for error As you gain confidence in returning serve aim deeper and closer to the sidelines to take the initiative away from the server Deep down the center is also effective (Keith Rothschild a certified USPTA instructor is the tennis director at Raleigh's North Hills Club His tips for beginners and intermediates appear in The News and Observer on Sundays) Durbin captures Firestone bowling ' AKRON Ohio (UP!) — Mike Durbin won his second title in the $200000 Firestone Tournament of Champions with a 233-203 victory Saturday over defending champion Steve Cook Durbin of Chagrin Falls Ohio won the event in 1972 and Saturday's victory was the 10th of his career Cook of Roseville Calif was the top-seeded player and finished 240 pins in the lead Friday night Sanderson grabs lead Sanderson grabbed the lead in the first round of the Cap-8 Tennis Tournament Saturday afternoon The Spartans the defending champs lead Broughton by one point 12-11 with Millbrook in third with 9 points The singles semifinals and doubles finals will be held Monday beginning at approximately 3:15 at the Optimist Park tennis courts adjacent to Sanderson High School Team scores: Sanderson 12 Broughton 11 Mil !brook 9 Athens 3 Cary 3 Enloe 3 Smithfield-Selma 1 Garner O SINGLES Flight 1: Loyd (M) won by default Moreland (E) d J Johnson (S-S) 61 7-6 D Matthews (ID d Fontaine (C) 16 6-2 6-2 Russell (S) d Barfield (A) 6-1 6-0 Flight 2: Atkinson (M) won by default Mee-king (E) d Liungren (C) 7-6 4-6 6-3 Martinez (S) d Mustafa (A) 6-1 6-2 Venable (B) d Howard (S-S) 6-1 6-1 Flight 3: Catines (M) d Levy (G) 6-1 64 Decker (C) d Hedspeth (A) 641-6 7-5 Anthony (S) d Andrade (E) 6-0 6-0 P Matthews (B) el Ouflaw (S-S) 6-264 Flight 4: Pope (M) won by default Rousseau (A) d Ward (C) 6-3 7-6 Harris (B) d Barr (E) 6-3 6-1 Luke (S) d E Johnson (S-S) 6-2 6-0 Flight 5: Rudolph (B) d Morris (S-S) 6-2 6-1 Joyce (M) d Green (G) 6-3 6-3 Watkins (A) d Parikh (El 6-0 6-1 D Bradsher (S) d Flintom (C ) 6-1 6-0 Flight 6: Moreland (B) won by default Batts (C) d Tobisben (M) 6-1 5-7 6-2 Bunn (S-S) Malone (A) 6-1 6-3 Daigle (S) d May (E) 6- DOUBLES First round Flight 1: D Mar Mews-Venable (B) won by default Atkinson-Catines (M) d Fontaine-LiunOren (C) 6-4 3-6 7-6 Russell-Martinez (5) d J Johnson-Howard (S-S) 6-1 6-4 Mrseeland-Meekins (E) d Barfield-Rousseau (A) 1-6 6-3 7-5 Flight 2: Loyd-Pope (M) d Bunn-Morris (5-5) 6-2 6-1 Decker-Ward d Mustafa-He:Smyth (A) 6-1 6-2 Luke-Anthony (S) d Andrade-Barr (E) 6-1 6-4 P Matthews-Harris (B) won by default Flight 3: Stone-Logan (M) won by default Graham-Graham (B) d Bingham-Rioberger (C) 6-1 6-3 Floyd-Curtis (A) d Jamieson-Aitord 646-2 Baird-Coggins (5) won by default' Semifinals Flight 1: D Matthews-Venable (B) d Atkin son-Catines (M) 6-2 6-7 6-3 Russell-Martinet (Sid Moreland-Meekins (E) Flight 2: Pooe-Loyd (Mtd Decker-Ward (C)6- 2 6-1s Luke-Anthony IS) d P Matthews-Harris Flight 3: GrahbrnGrahim (11) d Stone-Logan (PA) 44 1-5 74 Baird-Coodins (5) d F10Y0 Curtis (A) 6-3 74 I' - last season to gain ASA MI-America honors and win the national home run title Manahan joined ECU as head coach this year after seven years as softball and basketball coach at Douglas Freeman High School in Richmond She believes her experience as a player has helped her become a more understanding coach "Last year was the first time I'd played in the outfield in my life" she said "Now I can relate to what my outfielders are experiencing "I think it helped me to be used in a utility role too I've been exposed to a lot of different situations now" When Manahan assumed the coaching reigns at ECU this season she inherited a talent-ladened team that finished third nationally under coach Mita Dillon in 1981 "I stepped into an ideal situation here" Manahan said "The biggest negative thing I heard was that I was stepping into some big shoes" but -Durbin led all the way Saturday Durbin who also finished in the top five on six other occasions in the T of C took a commanding lead with four strikes in a row midway through the match but nearly lost it with an open in the ninth But Durbin rallied with three strikes in the 10th frame for his 30- pin victory Durbin needed to defeat a hard-charging Ted Hannahs Zanesville Ohio to reach the final match With the $40000 first prize Durbin jumped from 19th to third on the PBA money list with $65060 Anthony remains in first place with $108440 Manahan has filled those shoes The most difficult part of her job she said is deciding which 10 players to put on the field "It's a matter of putting it together" she said "of developing that closeness" When Manahan talks about her Lady Pirates words such as "defense" "aggressiveness" and "consistency" pop up "We try to play very aggressive defense" she said "and be aggressive on the bases We want to keep the pressure on the other team as much as possible "We try to make the consistent play on defense rather than the spectacular And we try to sacrifice individual goals for team Evert Lloyd rips Jaeger From Ohms Dispatches AMELIA ISLAND Fla — Chris Evert Lloyd took four straight love games in the second set from Andrea Jaeger and went on to win the match 6-3 6-1 in the finals of the $250000 Murjani Women's Tennis Association Championships Saturday Lloyd avenged a clay court loss to the 16-year-old Jaeger at Hilton Head Island SC two weeks ago by beating her on clay here and picking up the $32000 first prize Connors reaches finals LAS VEGAS Nev — Top-seeded Jimmy Connors overcame a sluggish start Saturday to defeat Sandy Mayer 4-6 6-2 6-1 while No 7 seed Gene Mayer overwhelmed Mark Edmondson 6-0 6-1 to advance to the finals of the $370000 King Classic Iloffstetter wins race CHAPEL HILL — Gary Hoffstetter who made the wrong turn in the Great Raleigh Road Race several weeks ago made the right turn Saturday to win the Chapel Hill 12000 And the guy he beat this time was the runner who won the Raleigh event Kevin Brower Hoffstetter of Pittsburgh Pa finished over a minute ahead of Brower winning the 12000-meter event in 36:35 Brower finished in 37:47 Kevin Amigh of Raleigh finished third at 38:36 Judy Eddy 41 of Durham won the women's division in 45:51 a national class record time Nancy Rehrer of Clemson University was second at 47:30 Driver takes Garner run Jim Driver of the North Carolina Road Runners Club won the Garner Road Race Saturday running the 10000-meter event in 32:46 Susan Johnson also of the Raleigh club took the women's event in 43:39 Trentini banquet set The Tony Trentini Foundation banquet will be held tonight at the Wake Forest community house at 7 o'clock The foundation provides scholarships for Wake Forest-Rolesville High students in memory of Trentini a former Wake Forest High and college coach For ticket information call 556-3134 K-1 —I Oak Ridge Golf Center A flST DISCOUNT MUFFLERS AMERICAN ANO FOREIGN CAR SPECIALIST SA NGSA! IM1 1111111111 Mc Coming soon! fraltstmg y - 1 TM meohadblik -oft co 114 tmest name& A m awtomOteve aartar Lighted Driving Range Lighted Modern Miniature PGA Golf Instruction (Private and Groups) Pro Shop US Hwy 64-E 212 ml Eat! of Tower Shp FITS 902 Downtown Blvd 13 Blocks Pewit el Peace so 821-0233 IN AND OUT IN 30 MINUTES IN MOST CASES Sa OM DAILY AD 8AT13-6 PM P Copyrtglit 0 1982 Netneke AT PARTICIPAINCI MANY DEALERS SMALL CARS FOREIGN C FOREIGN CARS CUSTOM DUALS HEAVY DUTY SHOCKS CUSTONI PIPE COOING InstsIId Teamed 390814111 rariel L102A goals" The Lady Pirates' team batting average has hovered around 355 most of the season Much of the credit goes to ECU's outfield one of the finest around Mitzi Davis Cynthia Shepard Fran Hooks and Yvonne Williams are the starters and all are hitting over 400 Leslie Bunn and Melody Ham provide strength off the bench Davis leads the team with a 490 batting average five home runs and 39 RBI going into the state tournament Shepard is close behind at 484 a team-leading nine homers and 24 RBI Second baseman Ginger Bothermel and shortstop Jolanda Clayton give the Lady Pirates a smooth double-play combination Maureen Buck the leading LLJr:ZBE The Nevis and Cheraw Raleigh N C Sun April 25 1982 98 hitter in last weekend's ECU Invitational is a fixture at third base while Sherry Stout and Tammy Parham split time at first Midway through the season Manahan found herself with two first-rate catchers — Hooks and Shirley Brown Hooks a scholarship basketball player at ECU joined the softball team at the conclusion of the cage season By then Brown had already established herself as the starter forcing Manahan to find another position for Hooks Hooks a versatile athlete quickly took her place in left field where she has performed well Brown has teamed with pitcher Jeannette Roth to give the Lady Pirates a sterling battery Roth's record is 23-5 with a 226 ERA — a low figure in women's softball Her first year as a college coach has been an invaluable experience Manahan said Her team's have played well though she says it hasn't clicked as well as she believes it can "Our obvious goal is to win the national championship" said Manahan "At the beginning of the season our goal was to improve with every game "I think we've become more consistent as the season has progressed" ECU has been the dominant women's team in the state this season losing only one game to UNC Charlotte With the MAW Regionals and Nationals both coming up in Graham in the next few weeks the Lady Pirates will get a chance to find out just how good they really are C7617 1111111 SW:DAY MAY 2 nder coach Alta Dillon in 1981 - keep the pressure on the other 4 k "I stepped into an ideal situation team as much as possible ere" Manahan said "The big- We try to make the consistent ''''' - 77' lit Ea BE - CO":0111f111 est negative thing I heard was play on defense rather than the lat I was stepping into some big spectacular And al we try to sacri- hoes" lice individu goals for team 1 11 I A T 4: - SICDAY MAI 'If 2 if I 4 Evert Lloyd i'llidliv Ap::: "111)s 8 'f1p P :Iva mums - 9 o l Aron News Despatches f ' rpleQUAMT ar PaCULIS' ' ' ' q AMELIA ISLAND Fla - Chris A-A Af Evert Lloyd took four straight love ' - '' 3 ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' ' games in the second set from 61°11h drea Jaeger and went rips Jaeger on to win FnArigno LUMBER ------- --i-E------- the match 6-3 6-1 in the finals of - m1011 " Tennis Association Championships 0-------- the $250000 Murjani Women's 12' 14' 16' '''''I'"11-11 ---o07 SIZE 10' so Saturday 1 74 2 09 2 44 2 79 it---41- Lloyd avenged a clay court loss it eaolior2 1 to the 16-year-old Jaeger at Hilton Head Island SC two weeks ago 2"x6" 279 3 34 384 4 4 47 447- by beating her on clay here and 2"x8 347 469 84 584 picking up the $32000 first prize ---:rtairMoii -''''' -"'--- ' -- 341This2221212ArEiThi ' 2"x10" 4 39 5 89 6 74 777 1 Connors reaches finals LAS VEGAS Nev - 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111 hit it If the serve is hard to Brower winning the 12000-meter Water Saver SIZE 81 10' 12' mrt in the middle of your possi- event in 36:35 Brower finished in Dre room for error 37:47 White Toilet ' 21)(4' 159 L 209 244 ing serve aim deeper and closer Kevin Amigh of Raleigh finished ve away from the server Deep third at 38:36 2"x6IS 249 317 429 Judy Eddy 41 of Durham won ' 39" SPTA instructor is the tennis the women's division in 45:51 a : 2"x8" 354 444 609 club His tips for beginners and national class record time 649 ' and Observer on Sundays) Nancy Rehrer of Clemson UM- - Seat 4"x4" 344 549 654 versity was second at 47:30 - Driver takes Garner run estone bowling Jim Driver of the North Carolina 58"x4Ix81 4k'-'16 i I L but -Durbin led all the way Satur- Road Runners Club won the LANDSCAPE 11-11 Exterior ilive fomrakt day Garner Road Race Saturday run- TIES Plywood 1411 - 0 - -vimrico Durbin who also finished in the ning the 10000-meter event in top five on six other occasions in 32:46 2-99 EA SIDING tr) t Whole House E-Z Breeze i the T of C took a commanding Susan Johnson also of the Ra- pi ytti lead with four strikes in a row mid- leigh club took the women's event 1 I 1111 lit '' ' Erne FAH F ' piece - IP way through the match but nearly in 43:39 lost it with an open in the ninth Paint or stain to enhance it's 111114 But Durbin rallied with three Trentini banquet set SPLIT RAIL natural wood beauty Awe gaol strikes in the 10th frame for his 30-Concrete pin victory The Tony Trentini Foundation FENCMG Corrute gad Plastic Pipe Durbin needed to defeat a hard- banquet will be held tonight at the GRAVEL MD 10' Roll -- 229 charging Ted Hannahs Zanes- Wake Forest community house at 98410' SECTION ville Ohio to reach the final 7 o'clock 1 2 9 40 lb bag 100' Roll - 2199 match The foundation provides scholar- - ' VIM& With the $40000 first prize Dur- ships for Wake Forest-Rolesville - bin jumped from 19th to third on High students in memory of Tren- Oil Base the PBA money list with $65060 tini a former Wake Forest High 1 4 REG 8c PANK Anthony remains in first place and college coach For ticket infor- WOOD 411111" WOOD STAIN Nir hi-07 Ill 015 with $108440 mation call 556-3134 11 99 EA Irk '27: te) - 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