KO spurs discussion of weight, rematch

By wire services
Published October 10, 2005

LAS VEGAS - Soon after Jose Luis Castillo 's fourth-round knockout of Diego Corrales late Saturday, talk began of a contractually mandated third fight.

Corrales, who won the first fight, made no excuses, praising Castillo for landing a shot he didn't see. But his promoter and others around him complained Castillo had an advantage because he did not get down to the 135-pound lightweight limit. As a result, Corrales kept his titles.

Castillo weighed 1381/2 on Friday, but the fight went on after negotiations. He weighed 147 Saturday, Corrales 149.

Corrales' promoter, Gary Shaw said he shouldn't have let the fight happen, saying the next time, he would pull his fighter.


Davenport wins 50th

Lindsay Davenport became the 10th to win 50 titles, beating Amelie Mauresmo 6-2, 6-4 at the Porsche Grand Prix in Filderstadt, Germany. She took a 5-1 first-set lead in 17 minutes. Mauresmo, denied her 400th win, broke for a 4-2 lead in the second. But Davenport won the final four games.

TASHKENT OPEN: Michaella Krajicek , 16, sister of 1996 Wimbledon champ Richard Krajicek , won her first title, beating Uzbekistan's Akgul Amanmuradova 6-0, 4-6, 6-3 in Uzbekistan. Krajicek won the first set in 21 minutes and broke for a 4-2 lead in the third. COLLEGES

FSU shuts out BC

India Trotter had a goal and an assist in host Florida State's 3-0 women's soccer win over Boston College. Kirsten van de Ven and Holly Peltzer also scored against the Eagles, who had allowed only three goals in 11 games coming in. ... Melanie Booth , Daniela Sanchez and Megan Kerns scored in host Florida's 3-0 win, which ended Vanderbilt's 12-game win streak. ... Ashley Banks and Amanda Cicchini scored second-half goals in host West Virginia's 2-0 win over USF. ... Jennifer Visser , Sandra Vargas and Marie Moeller scored in host St. Thomas' 3-0 win over Eckerd.

MEN'S SOCCER: James Goodwin scored in the 10th minute as host Syracuse beat USF 1-0, USF's first Big East loss in six games. WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Host Villanova used runs of 9-2 and 17-7 to win the first two games then ended the third with a 4-1 run to beat USF 30-23, 30-19, 30-26. RUNNING

American takes marathon

American Deena Kastor won her first marathon, the Chicago Marathon, in 2:21:25. The 2004 Olympic bronze medalist held off Romania's Constantina Tomescu-Dita by five seconds. Kenya's Felix Limo won the men's race in 2:07:02, the world's fastest time this year and seven seconds faster than Kenyan Benjamin Maiyo .

BOSTON HALF-MARATHON: Cele Rodriguez , who became a U.S. citizen in September, won. The native of Mexico City finished in 1:04:08, 12 seconds faster than Kenya's Samuel Ndereba . Ukraine's Nataliya Berkut won the women's race in 1:12:20, 35 seconds faster than American Jen Rhines . ET CETERA SPEED SKATING: American Apolo Anton Ohno earned golds in the 1,000 and 3,000 meters at a World Cup short-track event in Seoul, South Korea. Afterward, the U.S. team said Ohno had been suffering from an intestinal virus. SAILING: America's Cup holder Alinghi won the Louis Vuitton Act 9 by finishing third and fifth in its races in Trapani, Sicily. The 14-series regatta helps determine seedings for the 2007 America's Cup. Alinghi's 56 points tied American BMW Oracle , but the Swiss won three of four head-to-head races. GYMNASTICS: Americans Chellsie Memmel and Alicia Sacramone won at the Pan-Am championships in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Memmel, who won the all-around Saturday, won the beam and uneven bars, Sacramone the vault and floor. HORSES: Jockeys Luis Garcias and Ryan Fogelsongers suffered back and neck trauma in falls. Garcias' horse fell, and Fogelsongers' horse jumped over it. CYCLING: Germany's Erik Zabel won the Paris to Tours classic. Zabel, who also won in 1994 and 2003, finished the 157.2-mile course in 5:37:23 to edge Italy's Daniele Bennati in a sprint finish.