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April 9, 2001
The Masters
Master of them all
[AP photo]
Duval shares the lead. So does Mickelson. But neither derails Tiger Woods, who shoots 16 under and is the reigning champion at four majors.

Hubert Mizell
Woods' trophies are four the ages
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Freeze the moment. Cherish the experience. This is beyond greatness. Surpassing all sports wonderworkers from all generations. Even before Sunday, he was king of the world, but now Tiger Woods rules history.

Late birdies boost DiMarco
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- To see Chris DiMarco falter Sunday was probably not much of a surprise. Masters rookies typically have a hard time, and DiMarco appeared out of his league contending for the title.

Sixteen? Driving lessons
Errors off the tee on the par-3 hole prove costly to Duval and Mickelson.

Amen corner
WHO HELD ON FOR DEAR LIFE: Tournament winner Tiger Woods nearly holed his second shot at the 11th for eagle but settled for birdie, then gave it back with bogey at 12 before a two-putt birdie at 13; runner-up David Duval made three straight pars; Phil Mickelson followed a bogey at 11 with a par and a birdie.

Devil Rays
Martinez: 16 strikeouts, 3-0 win
The Rays (1-5) total 17 strikeouts against two Boston pitchers, tying team record.

After talk, Williams returns to lineup
BOSTON -- Game-time temperature was 42 degrees Sunday, but there was a thaw in the standoff between Rays manager Larry Rothschild and centerfielder Gerald Williams.

Up next: at Jays
SCOUTING REPORT: The Jays are built around offense, and Tampa Bay fans saw the fury of which they are capable last week when the Jays scored 11 runs in back-to-back games.

Around the AL
Sabathia impresses in debut for Indians

Baseball briefs
TV announcer Hudler hospitalized with brain aneurysm

Around the NL
Cardinals' Ankiel back in control

Story of season: close, but a loss
The Lightning's gains show up, just not on the scoreboard, in a closing 2-1 defeat to the Capitals.

Pro football briefs
Orlando falls 23-6; hosts playoff opener Saturday

NBA briefs
Another wild Heat-Knicks ending favors Miami

Racing briefs
IRL youth reigns asHornish edges Fischer

Sports briefs
UF rolls for record win streak

Warrior cherishes wearing jersey
Osceola's Michelle Mione wants to continue playing for as long as possible.

Choosing only one can't be done
Gaither's Bryce Wegerle and Plant's Bobby Boswell know a lot about each other.

Changes sought for private schools
The battle between public and private schools will reach another level this week as the representative assembly of the Florida High School Activities Association gathers in Gainesville to discuss proposed changes in the rules that govern athletic programs.

Lack of wind hurts Suncoast Raceweek
The season's final regatta turns into a test of patience on Tampa Bay.

Daily fishing report
Kenny Garrett and teammate Larry Mastry had taken up position near Long Boat Key, looking for a big king mackerel in the Billy's Stonecrab and Seafood Restaurant Spring Kingfish Tournament.

Horse racing
Sword Dance line adds a stakes win
Nearly three decades ago, Waldemar Farms in Williston was sitting on top of the racing world. Owner Howard Sams and his son Tim had the great stallion What a Pleasure, who was the sire of 1975 Kentucky Derby winner Foolish Pleasure and one of 1976's best 3-year-olds, Honest Pleasure.

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