The brother-sister team of Caitlin and Scott Patterson beat all of the all-men's teams in the 200-mile race of the weekend's Fireweed 400, Alaska's biggest bicycle race with 806 riders entered. Of those, more than 500 participated in the 200-mile race that began at Sheep Mountain Lodge and ended in Valdez.
Second-seeded Whitney Williams knocked off top-seeded Emma Lewis to win the women's A singles title and unseeded Ed Hendrickson upset second-seeded Jack Gunnill to claim the men's B singles title Sunday at the city tennis championship at the Delaney Park Strip.
Debbie Cropper and Jani Lane raced to victory Sunday in the 5-kilometer Boondocks Breakaway at Kincaid Park. Cropper paced the women in 22 minutes, 5 seconds, and Lane was the only runner to break the 20-minute mark in topping the men in 19:07.
What makes No. 18 at Eagleglen Golf Course special is that it can produce both something gorgeous and something ghastly on the scorecard. The 18th offers the golfer options -- there are myriad ways to play it well, or badly -- and makes him think.Doyle Woody
Bryce Walsh of Chicago and Michael McClintock of Wooster, Ohio, both broke the 24-hour barrier in the 400-mile Fireweed 400 bike race Saturday, but neither came close to the course record in the race that goes from Sheep Mountain Lodge to Valdez on the Glenn and Richardson highways.
Dimond Post 21 banged out two victories Saturday at Mulcahy Stadium to sit atop Pool A in the 16th annual BP Exploration American Legion baseball tournament, and West Warwick, R.I., won its game to sit atop Pool B.