The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on April 26, 1992 · Page 40
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SUNDAY, April 26, 1992 The Sun C3 - rtitrit b fiv It F - ' "jy twite 'llPl f; A i mum AP WIREPHOTO Dennis Conner leads Stars & Stripes to its second wire-to-wire victory in three days, cutting Americans lead to 4-2 in the best-of-13 defender finals. Conner pulls out easy victory; New Zealand one win from finals By Bernie Wilson The Associated Press SAN DIEGO It was another nice day off San Diego just nice enough for Dennis Conner to counterattack in the America's Cup defender finals but so nice that it was absolutely miserable for Italian skipper Paul Cayard on the challenger side. Aided by the light breeze that he masters, Conner fought back on Saturday by steering Stars & Stripes to its second wire-to-wire victory in three days. Stars & Stripes made a key move on the first leg and beat Bill Koch's America1 by 2 minutes, 18 sec onds to cut Americans lead to 4-2 in the best-of-13 defender finals. The breeze died on the final leg of both courses, and Stars & Stripes literally rode the current across the finish line to complete the eight-leg, 20.03-mile course in 3 hours, 27 minutes, 30 seconds. "Clearly this is what the defense needs to do a great job against whatever challenger ends up being the boat one of us has to race," Stars & Stripes tactician Tom Whidden said. "Today was pretty well sailed by both boats." "Dennis did a remarkable job today as he usually does in these conditions," Koch said. Cayard, meanwhile, sat de jectedly at the wheel of II Moro di Venezia as he watched a huge lead dissolve in the dying wind on the challenger course. New Zealand, which had trailed from the start, found enough wind to cross the line 2:38 ahead of II Moro and take a 4-1-lead in the best-of-9 series. Cayard, who has vehemently opposed New Zealand's use of a bowsprit, flew a red technical protest flag and later filed a protest that was being heard Saturday night. If the victory is upheld, the Kiwis can clinch a spot in the America's Cup match with a victory today. 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Road test. $21.95 additional for semlmetalllc pada. $5995 Most U S. 8 Foreign Cars WAd. FRONT END Align front-end Set camber, caste A toe where applicable tnspecl for worn parts. Road test. $2895 Most US A Foreign Cars WAd PERFORMANCE GAS CARTRIQC 1 Installation included Most U.S. S Foreign Cars. $10995 if PAIR WTHIS AD WORLD CLASS PROTECTION Lube chassia, drainl Aj AAP on & aao up 10 s qii SI 3 01 m wi. ia 10 V I f waste oil diSDOsat. V Mott U S & loreign cart wrao, Spirit defeated in ninth, 5-4, in 'wild' game with Modesto The Sun MODESTO Sal Urso's wild pitch the fifth of the game by the Spirit pitching staff allowed Modesto to score the deciding run in the bottom of the ninth inning and emerge with a 5-4 victory over San Bernardino in the California Leaue on Saturday. San Bernardino held a 4-1 lead after 3 'A innings before succumbing for the seventh time in nine games on the current road trip, which concludes with an afternoon game at John Thurman Field today. 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Brett Hendley sacrificed Gates to second, but reliever George Glinatsis struck out Eric Booker for the second out. Ernie Young was intentionally walked and Carlos Salazar was unintentionally walked to load the bases. Urso came on for Glinatsis, and his second pitch went to the backstop. Gates scored the winning run. San Bernardino scored single runs in each of the first four innings against Modesto starter Curtis Shaw. Eddie Diaz, Pat Gar- rigan and Paul Brannon each drove in runs for San Bernardino. Spirit starter Jeff Borski held the lead until the sixth, when a two-run homer by Booker tied the score. Borski allowed four runs and six hits. He walked five and struck out four. Glinatsis came on in the seventh. He gave up three hits and four walks in 2 innings and took the loss, his first decision of the season. Joe Martinez (1-0) got the victory for Modesto with four shutout innings of relief. The Spirit has the Cal League's worst record at 5-12. , Mavericks lose again to San Jose, 3-1 The Sun SAN JOSE Left-hander Luis Galindez saw another solid effort go for naught as three unearned runs beat him and the High Desert Mavericks 3-1 Saturday night in San Jose. Galindez (0-2) entered the game with an earned-run average of 1.89 and lowered it with seven innings without allowing an earned run. He gave up six hits and six walks and struck out five. San Jose scored three times in the fifth inning to erase a 1-0 High Desert lead. High Desert made two errors. Julio Bruno drove in Steve Gill in the fourth inning for the Mavericks' only run. The Mavericks were limited to six hits, five of them singled, by three San Jose pitchers. Bruno had a single and a double for High Desert, which fell to 7-9, three games back of Palm Springs in the Cal League's Southern Division standings. San Jose improved to 7-8. 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