July 4, 1992
David Warady of Huntington Beach won Friday's stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace, completing the 52.3 miles from Beaver to Monroe, Utah, in 9 hours 46 minutes 54 seconds. In winning his fifth stage, Warady increased his overall lead over Helmut Schieke of Germany to 4:46:59. Schieke was fourth in the stage in 11:44:31. The 64-day, 3,000-mile race continues today with a 28.5-mile stage from Monroe to Salina, Utah.
July 22, 1992
Kellee Booth of Coto de Caza won her first-round match of the Women's Western Golf Assn. junior championship Tuesday at Blackhawk Country Club in Madison, Wis. Booth, who will be a junior at Santa Margarita High in the fall, defeated Sarah Hilmoe of Coon Rapids, Minn., 6 and 5, to advance to the round of 16 today. Monday, Booth qualified first by shooting an even-par 72. The two other Orange County players lost in match play Tuesday.
August 11, 1992
Jeff Woodland of Australia made a 20-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole Monday to beat La Habra's Bob May in the completion of a playoff in the Ben Hogan Tour's $125,000 Wichita Classic in Wichita, Kan. Woodland and May finished the 54-hole event Sunday tied with 12-under-par, 204 totals. They played five extra holes before darkness postponed the finish to Monday at the Reflection Ridge Golf Club course.
July 28, 1992
Rob Kish of Port Orange, Fla., led the men's division of the Race Across America Monday as the riders reached Texas. Kish, who has finished second in the race the past two years, passed through time station No. 20 in Canyon, Tex., at 5:37 p.m. PDT. The town is 1,256 miles into the race, which started Friday in Irvine and ends in Savannah, Ga. Paul Solon of San Francisco was in second, passing through Canyon 41 minutes after Kish.
July 18, 1992
Scott Gibson of Huntington Beach and Tiger Words of Cypress each finished with four-day totals of 298, 19 shots behind the winner after Friday's final round of the Tournament of Champions at the Horseshoe Bend Country Club in Roswell, Ga. Patrick Vadden of Louisville, Ky., shot a final-round 69 to win the tournament with a total of 279. Gibson shot 76 and Woods 77 in the final round.
August 4, 1992
Matt Priess, an All-Orange League catcher from Brea-Olinda High School, has signed a letter of intent to attend Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, his father said. Priess, a member of the North team in the Orange County all-star game, had 29 hits, including 11 doubles, last season for Brea-Olinda, which tied Valencia for the Orange League title. Priess had planned to attend UC Irvine until the Anteaters dropped their program last spring.
June 27, 1992
David Warady of Huntington Beach won his second consecutive stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace, completing the 47.55 miles between Kelso, Calif., and Stateline, Nev., in 7 hours 53 minutes 23 seconds Friday. Warady, who began the day in fourth place, 2:25.45 behind leader Al Howie of Scotland, moved to third, 1:53.40 behind. Helmut Schieke of Germany is second, 32.24 behind Howie. The 64-day, 3,000-mile race continues today with a 35.5-mile stage from Stateline to Las Vegas.