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May 31, 2001
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After dominating the LPGA Tour for the past two seasons, Karrie Webb is winless this year.

Cart won't give Martin advantage
The opinions are coming from more than just the Supreme Court, and some compelling arguments have been made on both sides of the Casey Martin issue.

LPGA players support Martin's use of cart
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- There was plenty of reaction among LPGA Tour players about the Supreme Court ruling on Casey Martin, who will be allowed to ride a cart in PGA Tour events.

Five Who Could Beat Annika
1. Karrie Webb: The defending U.S. Women's Open champion dominated the LPGA Tour the last two years and is Sorenstam's No. 1 rival.

Gary Shelton
Stubborn PGA Tour ends up looking bad
In the case of Casey Martin, the first thing you need to know is this: All parties involved will survive.

Devil Rays
Lopez ripped again
Ace's slump reaches six starts as A's bomb Rays 15-2.

Rolls graduates to full-time Devil Ray
OAKLAND -- The moment passed without ceremony, but Damian Rolls officially became a full-fledged member of the Rays organization Wednesday.

Bourque hype at full speed
Sentiment favors 22-year vet's pursuit of first Stanley Cup.

Barnaby signs on for three years
DENVER -- Matthew Barnaby said he liked what he saw last season in the two months he spent with the Lightning.

Snow sparks Sixers' comeback
Injured Sixers guard guts out 18-point night, hits key jumpers in final minutes of 89-88 win in Game 5.

Baseball briefs
Marlins get behind new park plan

NFL briefs
Jaguars sign receiver Dawkins

College sports roundup
SEC athletic directors agree to avoid Friday night games

PBA strikes 3-year TV deal with ESPN
ESPN and the Professional Bowlers Association last week signed a three-year television deal with a three-year option that will increase payoffs in the prize fund.

Valderrama is punished twice
Mutiny midfielder Carlos Valderrama will miss Saturday's home match against Kansas City because of a red card he received after Saturday's 4-0 loss to Miami.

After slump, Rudd now contends
At one point in his career, Ricky Rudd couldn't seem to lose.

Daily fishing report
As water temperatures climb into the upper 80s, different tactics can be used to increase bites. Recently, midday action has been as good as at any other time, but that's about to change during June. In about two weeks, the sun, when at its highest point, will force numerous fish to take a siesta. Expect this through August.

Lancers named all-state
Three Seminole Presbyterian players were named to the Class A All-State first team.

TC hires Leto boys JV coach
Greg Finkel will have a very tough act to follow as he takes over for Karim Nohra.

Gladiators show form of last season in victory
ST. PETERSBURG -- One-year wonders? Headed back to the bottom?

Gatorade names Warhawk nation's best
The awards keep rolling in for Seminole's Casey Kotchman.

Shark takes one step forward
Anthony "Rocky" Velasco graduates from Riverview today and has a plan for the future ... if he does not have another seizure.

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