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SPORTS
July 3, 1992
Tiger Woods of Cypress fired a final round two-under 70 Thursday to win the boys' 15-18 division of the ProGear San Antonio Shootout, his second consecutive American Junior Golf Assn. title. Woods finished the three-round tournament with a six-under 210, six shots ahead of John Lawrence of Houston and Marcus Jones of Graham, Tex. Woods began the round with a one-shot lead over Lawrence, who finished with a three-over 75.
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SPORTS
July 14, 1992
Keri Phebus established a strong baseline game despite windy conditions and beat Laura Glitz, 6-4, 6-3, in opening-round play Monday in the $150,000 Pathmark Classic at the Crossroads Corporate Center in Mahwah, N.J. Phebus, ranked No. 2 among U.S. players 18 and under in 1990, had three service breaks in the second set. The 18-year-old from Corona del Mar High School, who will attend UCLA this fall, concluded the 85-minute match with a forehand lob winner.
SPORTS
August 22, 1992
David Warady of Huntington Beach enters today's final stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace with a 5-hour 4-minute 33-second lead over Milan Milanovich of Switzerland. Warady was 10th in Friday's stage, completing the 49.2 miles from Washington to South Orange, N.J., in 10:30:29. Milanovich was fourth in 7:53:03. Emile Laharrague was the winner in 7:14:19. The race, which began June 20, concludes with a 30-mile stage from South Orange to New York City's Central Park.
SPORTS
August 18, 1992
Tiger Woods of Cypress extended his lead to 10 strokes at the Insurance Youth Golf Classic, by shooting three-under-par 69 Monday on the Pinehurst Country Club No. 7 Course in Pinehurst, N.C. Woods, 16, who will be a junior at Western High School this fall, has a three-day total of 207. Michael Jones of Mesa, Ariz., is in second at 217. Two players are tied for third, 14 shots behind Woods.
SPORTS
August 12, 1992
Anne Mall of Laguna Niguel defeated Betsy Miringoff of La Costa, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2, in a third-round match of the U.S. Tennis Assn. girls' 18 national championship at San Jose. Mall will face Julie Steven of Wichita, Kan., in a fourth-round match today. Steven, seeded sixth, has not lost a set in her three matches. Sue Ewart of Seal Beach and defending champion Amy Fruhwirth, a graduate of Cypress High School, qualified for match play at the U.S.
SPORTS
July 8, 1992
Chris Hunt has signed a free-agent contract with the Angels and has reported to the team's Rookie League club in Boise, Ida., said Bob Hunt, his father. Hunt, who graduated from Orange Lutheran in 1987, hit .338 with 34 runs batted in and six home runs last season at Cal Poly Pomona. He was a first-team All-California Collegiate Athletic Assn. catcher and was named the school's male athlete of the year.
SPORTS
June 28, 1992
Nicole Elliott of Dana Point upset top-seeded Sandra DeSilva of San Marino, 6-2, 6-0, in a quarterfinal tennis match in the girls' 18 division of the Southern California junior sectional championships Saturday at Los Caballeros Racquet and Sports Club in Fountain Valley. Elliott, The Times county player of the year after reaching the Southern Section finals, will face Anne Mall of Laguna Niguel in a semifinal match at 11 a.m. today.
SPORTS
July 10, 1992
Three Orange County football pioneers--Kenny Fagans, Mickey Flynn and Dick Hill--will be honored with the Orange County Sports Assn.'s Football Heritage Award. Fagans was the CIF Southern Section commissioner from 1954-75; Flynn, former standout running back at Anaheim High School, still holds the county record of 13.9 yards per carry, and Hill, who was a coach at Santa Ana Valley and Santa Ana high schools, set the county record for victories with 196.
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