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The Facts (Newspaper) - November 10, 1998, Clute, Texas THE FACTS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1998 x 5t Jt NL Rookies of the Year 1947 Robnson Brooklyn 1948 Alvin Boston 1949 Don Brooklyn 1950 Sam Jethroe Boston 1951 Willie Mays New vort 1952 Joe BiacK 1953 Jim 1954 Voon S Lauis 1955 Bit Virdan Si 1956 1957 1958 CereCa Snr Francisco 1959 1961 S if Ll 1962 C 1963 Ptf Rose 1966 r 196 1966 1969 197C Car 1972 1973 Gsi Run for the Arts Training Schedule W tSOL 2 2 20 S t 1 6 i 1 13 4 S 1 3 9 r a 19 3 2 1 rr e iass 3t v IMS r Corace director for the Run for the Arts Will Lindgren has prepared training schedules for runners who want to finish the shorter 5K mile or the longer 10K mile distance on Saturday Jan 2 1999 CA 39 t fy 3 San S Las Run for the Arts SK Training Schedule Nov 915 Monday Off i Today 2 mites Wednesday Nov 11 2 miles Thursday Nov 12 2 miles Friday Nov 13 Off Saturday Nov 14 2 miles Sunday Nov 15 Off j Total 8 Run for the Arts 10K Training Schedule Weekl Hov 915 Monday Off Today 2mfles Wednesday Nov 11 2 miles Thursday Nov 12 2 miles Friday Nov 13 Off Saturday Nov 14 2 miles Sunday Nov 15 2 miles Total Mites 10 GOLF Final PGA Tour Statistics ROUTE VEDRA BEACH Fla AP Final PGA Tour statistical leaders 1 David Duval 2 Tiger Woods 3 Davis Love III 4 Jim Furyk 5 Mark OMeara 6 Nick Price 7 John Huston 8 Ernie Els 9 Jesper 6982 10 Singh Driving 1 John Daly average on two measured drives per round 2 Tiger Woods 3 Harrison Frazar 4 Fred Couples and Scott McCarron 6 7 Barry Cheesman 8 Vance Veazey 9 Phil Mickelson 10 Kelly Gibson Driving Accuracy 1 Bruce Fleisher percent 2 Urry Mije 3 Jeff Maggert 4 Hal Sutton 5 Tim Loustalot 6 Joe Durant 7 Fred Funk 8 Scott Gump and Lee Porter 10 Tom Byrum tf CB lass 221 i Basion Soatie uig 221 T 13 221 S 3S erj Labonte 221 5 5 Vite Skirner 221 1C 1 10 Chemung K rra 221 11 22i Chad Little Spokane fos 221 12 fBi Wisconsin 221 Sweeny Continued from Page IB 13 Dale 221 1 2f Warc Bunon South Boston 15 Mayfield Fora 221 ISli 3T3 221 ili Steve Pak East 221 18 31 Lepage 221 19 25i Tea Wusgrave Franklin 221 20 Wallace St Louis 221 21 Spencer Berwick 221 22 Michael 221 23 johnny Benson Grand 221 24 KicKy Rudd va 221 25 139 Sick Craven Newburgh Pontiac 221 26 27 Sill Elliott Ford 221 2 30 Dave Marcis Wausau Chevrolet 221 28 33 Robert Asheville Ford 221 29 41 Kyle Petty Randleman 221 30 6 Derrike Cope Spanaway Pontiac 221 31 Brett Bodine Chemung Ford 221 32 136 John Andretti Indianapolis Pontiac 221 33 126 Gary Bradberry Chelsea Ford 219 34 Wallace St Louis Ford 218 35 29 Dallenbach Basalt 21B 36 12 Jeff Green Chevrolet 217 37 19 Jerry Nadeau Fort 217 38 43 Darrell Pontiac 213 39 l32 Morgan Shepherd Conover Chevrolet 197 crash 40 11 Joe Nemechek Lakeland 179 engine 41 16 David Green Chevrolet 155 engine 42 24 Sterling Marlin Columbia Chevrolet 139 engine 43 7 Bobby Labonte Corpus Christi Tenas Pontiac 134 engine Time of Race 2 hours 57 minutes 42 seconds Does not count two red Mag periods totaling Winners average speed mph Margin of victory about 10 car Caution flags 5 for 68 laps Lead changes 12 among 8 drivers Lap leaders irwin i Jarrett 237 38 Andretti 3941 Marcis 42 51 52 Jarrett 5374 75 7686 Gordon 87192 Skinner 193210 Jarrett 211 214 Gordon 215221 Final point standings Gordon Martin Mayfield Earnhardt Hamilton 1 Hal Sutton 62 total in distance and accuracy categories 2 David Duval 66 3 Duffy Waldort 70 4 Bradley Hughes 71 5 Hick Price 72 6 John Huston 76 7 Dudley Hart 91 8 Blame 96 9 Dan Forsman IOC 10 Brandel Chambiee 108 in 1 Hal Sutton percent 2 Tom Lehman 3 Dan Forsman 4 Steve and David Duval 6 Steve Jones 7 Mark S Kirk Triplett 9 Bradley Hughes 10 Duffy Waldorf 1 Rick Fehr per green reached in regulation 2 Stewart Cink 3 Davis Love III 4 John Huston 5 Dave Stockton Jr and David Duval 7 Steve Strieker 8 Eaks 9 Jim Furyk two players tied at 1 David Duval per round 2 Davis Love III 3 John Huston 4 Stewart Cink 5 Dave Stockton 6 Tiger Woods 7 Paul Azinger and Fred Couples 9 Lee Janzen and Scott 1 Davis Love III holes per eagle 2 Fred Couples 3 Kenny Perry 4 Tiger Woods 5 John Huston 6 Nick Price 7 Scott McCarron 8 Ted Tryba 9 Tim Herron 10 Chris DiMarco 1 Keith Fergus percent 2 Len Mattiace 3 Kirk Triplett 4 Fuzzy Zoeller 5 Justin Leonard 6 Craig Parry 7 Steve Strieker and Stewart Cink 9 Billy Mayfair 10 Esteban Toledo 1 John Huston 151 total in all categories 2 David Duval 240 3 Davis Love III 252 4 Fred Couples 304 5 Scott 305 6 Jim Furyk 316 7 Hal Sutton 321 8 Skip Kendall 337 9 Bob Tway 342 10 Steve Jones 353 c High School Top 10 3 Chicago 2 07 71 J 5 1 Y 3 1 a in a 7pm i v at Bay i al Pittsburgh inant but supporting cast including Theresa Fontenette Chantra Horton Candice Williams and Laura Jolly came to the forefront and showed why the Lady Bulldogs are a serious playoff threat We rely on everybody the depth is Holcomb said Sweeny 293 will need every bit of its depth tonight as it challenges Wimberley 278 in the Class 3ARegion IV quarterfinals at Victoria Stroman High School The match is scheduled for Wimberley is definitely a step up from our last match but I think we match up really well with Holcomb explained They have two main hitters that they go to often and they like to attack from the outsides whereas we tend to go to the They have a powerful game but I feel like we can have some success at the net on defense whether it be a block or just getting a hand on the ball Wimberley plays like some of the teams in our district so we will have to be on top of our said Holcomb One of the teams in district Stafford fell to Wimberley in three games in the area round of the playoffs Although the Lady Bulldogs handled Stafford easily in the regular season and Wimberley struggled a bit with the Lady Spartans Holcombs not looking for an easy match You cant really take any stock in she said The playoffs are a different story Youve got to play every game like it could be your Holcomb said practice went well Monday and she doesnt expect any nervousness when the match commences tonight It was our first playoff game Saturday and I think we just had to get the jitters out We then realized we were in the playoffs for a reason and got down to Holcomb said Weve got to come out on fire and take control against Wimberley The girls know they are here for a reason and I know well be ready to Alvin Continued from Page IB SA 13 190 i 9 GREAT DAYS NOVEMBER 1998 Date Velocity 8 Time Of Max F Curr Su Tu Th Sa Sun Th Fn Ss Tt 0 Th I Sa i Su S g 2t S 26 g 27 S J 7 2 5 fS 23 S 20 1 8 1 6 S 1 1 1 1 2 1 6 1 8 20 1 g 21 0 20 1 9 S 1 8 14 1 2280 5 B 609C 7 12t 8 8p 25p 2 05a 12203 225o 306p 4 30p 5 603p 748p 843D 6380 FQ 1 060 Jackets to their furthest advancement to date the regional finals when she was a junior and Alvin lost to Clear Lake We really had a good team that Garza recalled We had two 6footers and three 59ers and we had a great athletic team that year But I keep telling the kids we werent near as talented and skilled as the team I have right now Sometimes I think if I was in the stands watching us warm up I wouldnt think Wow this team is just going to come But you know the kids just come out and work Garza attributes her teams success to its willingness to do whatever she asks and the players respect for themselves and each other Garza hears stories about the tribula tions other coaches go through with stub horn individualized players Alvin she says doesnt have that problem or any other problem for that matter I tell them every day that theyre all quality the coach said They all go to church and theyre all well mannered and I dont have any problems Its a coachs dream to have kids like that I hope to keep my program like that where those are the kids I can get to where I dont have to take the good athlete with the bad attitude Weve got quality kids and Im real proud of them Being a child is partly the parents raising them that way and all the coaches in my program we always enforced discipline And theyre always going to go out there and be more success ful when I ask them to do something Discipline is doing something that needs to be done immediately Thats something my kids have and its something great to have as a coach I wouldnt ask for any other Garza led the Lady Jackets 318 last year to the area round where they lost to Kingwood Tonights game against Deer Park 267 at Clear Brook High School represents the opportunity to push the pro gram to new heights We talked about that a little bit she said This is a game for us to increase the level of our program not just for this year but for the years to follow We want to get better each year and you want to get better than the year before at minimum They attained that first goal by winning one more game than they did last year Theyre real excited and focused on tomorrow This will be the second time Alvin has played at Clear Brook this year and the sec ond time it has faced the Deer We played Deer Park in Duncanville the first tournament of the season and lost to them in a real tight three Garza said It was 1614 in almost every one of them so it will be a good match for us to play them I saw them play Dobie two weeks ago and Deer Park has traditionally done well and picked up their play in the playoffs They play good defense and they have an outstanding hitter Angie Eppers they go to a lot Deer Park is a good team when they get on a hot streak Were like that too It can be an evenly matched game but we have to perform and they have to As long as the Lady Jackets perform as a team which they did last Thursday in over coming seven service errors to down Stratford 1513 154 then Garza is confi dent her team will be in the thick of victory Julie Goodson 12 kills vs Stephanie Denham six kills and Caley Smith five kills four blocks sparked an outstanding defensive effort that created much more solid play than in Alvins bi district win over La Porte Theyre just good competitors and com pete real well and they play other sports and that Garza said Theyre just used to playing and they love to play Thats something weve been working to establish in our program The ones who dont have the discipline watch the older ones who do and they want to conform They see if you want to stay in this program you have to work Tribute Continued from Page IB for the team Most golf tournaments always have a first through third prize and thats Bailey said And every tournament if he wasnt in first second or third place which wasnt very often he would say Man if they would of had one more place F would have So we have a prize today and were calling it The One More In the tournament Haley along with team mates Olen Murphy Bert Dahl and Ray Yearsley won the fourman scramble with a team score of 51 The three teams that followed all finished with a 53 The team of Jim Martin Tom Powell and Troy Meors won a scorecard playoff for second Glen Campbell Dustin Steger Floyd Anderson and Stuckey finished third while Todd Burdine Perales Jesse Garza and Tony Luna were fourth winners included Keith Wade who closest on both the No 4 and No 13 hole and John Wade who had the closest on No 10 Long drive winners were Billy Riggs Jr and Tony Barre TODAY NCAA basketball Illinois vs Wake Forest at New York NCAA basketball Temple vs Georgetown at New York Womens Golf Association to have clinic at Freeport Course The Brazoria County Womens Golf Association will conduct at clinic at 9 Saturday at the Freeport Golf Course Cost for the clinic is The association meets every first Thursday of the month The next meeting is Dec 3 The will also have play days at the Freeport course on Saturdays tee times 7 and and Tuesdays tee time 9 Wrestling show coming to Bwood The will have a pro wrestling card at 8 Saturday at High School Mark Von Erich will wrestle Bubba Monroe in the main event for the championship while Kevin Brown will take on Larry Green for the Texas heavy weight title Tickets are for general admission for ringside seats and for front row seats Tickets will be sold at Boot Center in Brazos Mall Call 2974699 for more information to vote on bylaw changes The Lake Jackson Girls Softball Association will have a meeting at 7 Tuesday Nov 17 at Jasmine Hall in Lake Jackson to vote on bylaw changes All board and association members are aged to attend Call Maria Miles at 2978633 for more informa tion Bwood Swim Boosters to meet The Swim and Dive Boosters will meet at 7 today in the vocational building next to the high school tennis courts on Drive All parents are encouraged to attend Sweeny Youth Basketball needs players for new season The Sweeny Youth Basketball League will have registration from to today and Nov 12 17 and 19 at Stewarts Grocery Store irt Sweeny The registration fee is for the first child and for each additional child in a family The league is for boys and girls through sixth grade Games begin Jan 9 Cubs Wood wins NL rookie award NEW YORK Kerry Wood was narrowly voted NL Rookie of the Year Monday capping a season in which he struck out 20 batters in a game and helped the Chicago Cubs make the playoffs for the first time since 1989 The 21yearold received 16 first place votes and 16 seconds to finish with 128 points in balloting by the Baseball Writers Association of America Colorado Rockies first base man Todd Helton got 15 firsts 14 seconds and two thirds for 119 points Arizona first baseman Travis Lee was next with 21 points and Atlanta closer Kerry Ligtenberg who received the other vote was fourth with 18 points Wood was 136 with a ERA in 26 starts striking out 233 in 166 23 innings He was even more impressive at Wrigley Field going 91 with a ERA in 13 starts during the regular season Baseball took notice of Wood on May 6 when he struck out 20 only Roger Clemens had done it in a game while pitching a against Houston Vols UCLA top BCS standings NEW YORK Whats a Wildcat to do Tennessee and UCLA were 12 in the latest Bowl Championship Series standings while the Kansas State Wildcats again failed to move into national title territory The Volunteers who replaced Ohio State at No 1 in this weeks Associated Press media poll and shared the top spot with Kansas State in the coaches poll took over first place in the BCS standings released Monday The Vols beat 3713 Saturday UCLA meanwhile moved up a spot to second place despite its 4134 win over Oregon State The Wildcats who added a touch down on a quarterback sneak to complete a 496 vic tory over Baylor moved from fourth to third place Ohio State 81 fell out of national title contention with a 2824 loss to Michigan State Hunter has Disease NEW YORK Catfish Hunter spent Monday the way he spends most days around his farm in Hertford hunting with one ol his sons Days after being diagnosed with Lou Disease the 52yearold Hall of Fame pitcher was not about to allow the illness to interfere with his daily routine Hunter will begin treatment for amy lateral sclerosis this week after doctors at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore con firmed his suspicions about his health ALS is a progressive ultimately fatal neurological condition that affects motor skills It is named for Gehrig the New York Yankees Hall of Famer who died from the disease in 1941 at age 37 Hunter began experiencing symptoms of ALS last March when his arms feJt weak Rhode Island nips TCU hoopsters PROVIDENCE Add Lamar Odoms name to the list of players who made special college debuts The 6footll sophomore hit the shot with seconds left and came within an assist of a triple double Monday night as No 23 Rhode Island beat No 25 Texas Christian 8785 in the inaugural CoSIDA Classic at the Providence Civic Center The smooth finished with 19 points 14 rebounds and nine assists Lee Nailon had 16 points for TCU
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