New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 30, 2000, Page 10

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May 30, 2000

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas May SCOREBOARD BASEBALL AfflMfKMft LMffllM AtAQianos ByThaAaaodatadPreaa AIITtmeeCDT laatDMalon W L Pot QB ktston 28 18 809 Yew York 28 19 698 bronto 27 25 519 4 Jattlmore 22 26 458 7 fampaBay 18 33 327 Central Division W L Pet OB Chicago 28 21 571 Cleveland 25 22 532 2 ansasCrty 26 24 510 3 Minnesota 23 28 461 8 Jetrolt 17 29 370 Wast Division W L Pet QB Seattle 25 22 532 taahelm 27 24 529 Texas 25 24 510 1 Oakland 25 26 500 1 I Saturdays Games Yankees 8 Boston 3 Seattle 6 Tampa Bay 3 petroft 4 Toronto 3 Minnesota 10 Texas 5 Chicago White Sox 14 Cleveland 3 Dakland 4 Baltimore 0 ansas City 6 Anaheim Innings Sundays Games iToronto 12 Detroit 7 Tampa Bay 14 Seattle 4 Oakland at Baltimore rain Anaheim 8 Kansas City 4 Minnesota 4 Texas 3 Cleveland 12 Chicago White Sox 3 Boston 2 Yankees 0 i Mondays Games Anaheim 3 Cleveland Innings Yankees 1 BelHrnora 6 Ikrnpa Bay 1 Texas Regan 38 at Detroit Weaver 1 Chicago 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Liberty 8468 in season opener rjn a tearful pregame ceremony thf Comets raised their third straight WNBA championship thinner inscribed No 3 for No in honor of Comets point guard Kim Perrot who lost her flight with cancer last Aug 19 Cooper entered the game with career points A 3pointer with to play put her over for her career She finished with 19 putting her at Swoopes got the Comets start ed in the first half and the defending champions led 4033 at halftime They built a 6650 lead with to play before the Liberty made their final charge with a 100 run cutting the mar gin to 6660 with left But the Comets recovered before a sellout crowd of Swoopes also had three blocked shots and six rebounds Tamika Whitmore led the Liberty with 15 points while Sue Wicks had 14 The Comets started 2for13 from the field before Swoopes heated up with 15 firsthalf points and rallied the Comets to the half time lead their biggest to that point Trailing 2115 the Comets went on a 132 run with Swoopes scoring nine consecutive points with a steal and layup two free throws a 3pointer and two more free throws The game was a rematch of the 1999 WNBA championship series The Comets beat the Liberty 5947 last Sept 5 for their third straight WNBA championship New York guard Teresa Weatherspoons 50foot shot at the buzzer in Game 2 gave the Liberty a 6867 victory and forced the series to the third game Woods wins Memorial BY DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer DUBLIN Ohio AP Tiger Woods broke new ground Monday in the Memorial Along with successfully defending a title for the fijgt time in 10 tries and becoming the first repeat champion in the 25year history of the Memorial managed to win with hardly any fist pumps even fewer dramatics tyot that it mattered And not that he didnt try flaying the kind of golf that has left even tourna mesnt host Jack Nicklaus shaking his head Woods cruised to his 19th PGA Tour victory with a 2under win the raindelayed Memorial by five shots at 269 I needed to shoot a good front nine to increase my lead and make sure the guys didnt have a said Woods who made three birdies inside 4 feet on the front dBrnie Els and Justin Leonard wound up tied for first in the BFlight Els got to within four strokes before his lone bogey inia round of 7under 65 Leonard holed a lob wedge from 81 yards for eagle on No 5 in his round of 68 giving him his best finish since a tie for third in the Canadian Open last September This is like tying for first in the other tournament going Leonard iSaid Els If it wasnt for Tiger Id be in good posi But Woods made his tee time and the rest of a cool gray day at Muirfield Village quickly lost its sus pense The only question was the margin of victory Woods who began the final round with a six stroke lead squandered a chance to break Tom Letunans tournament scoring record by failing to matte birdie on any of the par 5s Needing a par on the 18th to tic mark of 268 Woods blasted a 7iron from 156 yards so for over die 18th green that it bounced off the cart path and wtnt 20 yards up the hill finishing clow to the clubhouse than the green He wound up with a bogey That was one of the went shots IVe ever Woods said to rnany proams but wow t M WOODS events and has finished out of the top 10 just twice in his last 25 tournaments around the world He joined Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw with 19 career victories on the PGA Tour Woods finished at 269 and won giving him more than million this year already the second highest in PGA Tour histo ry behind his 99 season and making him the first player to go over million in career earn ings In his own mind he can get bet Els said In everyone elses mind hes as good as we want him to Mike Weir had a 69 to finish fourth at 276 boosting his bid to become the first Canadian to make the Presidents Cup team Steve Lowery paired with Woods and trying to make up six shots instead had a 73 and was at 278 along with Paul Azinger 66 and Steve Flesch who earned enough money to qualify for the British Open Thats about what the final round amounted to consolation prizes Woods won for the fourth time this year giving him 12 victories over the past two seasons with the second half of 2000 still to come The last player to win this much was Nicklaus who had 14 victories in the 1972 and 73 seasons The final round was about as easy as it comes The closest anyone came to Woods was when Els birdied the 15th get to 15 under and Woods made his only bogey at the 13th to drop to 19 under But Woods answered with a birdie on his next hole Els bogeyed the par3 16th and order was restored Not that anybody was holding their breath Woods is now 172 worldwide in tournaments where he has held at lean a share of the 54hole lead and the lixstroke advantage at the start of the final round wwnis largest linceTusnioestroke lead in the 1W7 Masters Woods wm for the llth time la hii Ian 20 tour to win at Pinehurst No 2 last par missing a short putt oo the 17th and wound up two strokes behind Payne Stewart 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titans ended in the most ignoble way at when Sampras doublefaulted on match point Ever the stranger in a strange SAMPRAS land at Roland Garros Sampras had asked the umpire at 66 in the fifth set whether they play a tiebreaker now No the umpire said no tiebreaker At the French unlike the Open the fifth set is played out in games Sampras never won another point He watched Philippoussis serve his 23rd ace in taking a 76 lead at love before Sampras fell at love in the fhial game r Sampras looked the picture of misery and weariness at the end though he denied that fatigue was a factor WELLS FARGO With our 7month CD you get a great rate and a little extra Introducing the Wells Fargo 7Month CD A new CD that offers you a guaranteed high rate but with a little extra no penalties after 6 days from the date of Initial deposit Plus with additional qualified services you can earn up to APY Open a 7month CD and one other new qualified service and you earn a bonus rate on your CD Open a 7month CD and 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