Saturday, October 11, 2003

Verplank, Flesch tied for lead at 23-under par

Enquirer staff, wire reports

Northern Kentuckian Steve Flesch and Scott Verplank shared the lead at the 90-hole Las Vegas Invitational Friday with the third-lowest 54-hole scores in PGA Tour history.

Flesch, seeking his second victory this year, wasn't satisfied. "I don't want to sound like sour grapes; I just know what it could be," he said after a 6-under 66 at the TPC at Summerlin course. "Conservatively, it could be another 10-under par."

Verplank shot a 66 at Southern Highlands to join Flesch at 23-under 192.

LPGA TOUR: Annika Sorenstam, newly qualified as the 100th member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, had a 2-under 70 for her first 18 holes and followed with a 69 that left her in a five-way tie for second, two shots behind Se Ri Pak, in the Samsung World Championship at the Woodlands, Texas.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Hale Irwin, Dana Quigley and Rex Caldwell shot 4-under 68s to share the first-round lead of the Turtle Bay Championship. Jan Stephenson was tied for 74th after an 80.

Elder 28, St. Xavier 7
Princeton 14, Lakota East 7
Conner 29, Dixie Heights 16
Colerain 44, Hamilton 24
Wyoming 40, Deer Park 13
Turpin 54, Goshen 13
Reading 38, Indian Hill 32 (3OT)
Winton Woods 16, Loveland 15
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CovCath finishes third in state
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Today's schedule

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Bucks braced for big battle
Clarett sues Ohio State, seeks $2.5M in damages
MU offense aims for 40-plus points vs. lowly Buffalo
Soldier trades war nightmares for college football dream
Panthers wary of 1-3 Irish
Michigan's rally stuns Gophers
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