Heinzer wins 3rd
LILLEHAMMER, Norway - Franz Heinzer became the second skiier ever to clinch three successive World Cup downhill titles Saturday by taking an insurmountable lead with one event left in the season.
The 30-year-old from Switzerland sealed his third straight crown, achieved previously by only Austrian star Franz Klammer, who went on to win five titles in all (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1983.)
Saturday's race, over the testing 3,150-meter course with a vertical drop of 820 meters, was won by Austrian Armin Assinger in an aggregate time of 1 minute and 43.13 seconds.
Park defends WBA
SEOUL, South Korea - Park Young-kyun of South Korea stopped Thanomjit Kiat Kriengkrai of Thailand with two secods left in the fourth round Saturday to defend his World Boxing Association featherweight title.
Park is now 25-1-1.
Bowe vs. Ferguson?
WASHINGTON - Riddick Bowe will make the second defense of his heayvweight title against Jessie Ferguson on May 22 in RFK Stadium, according to published reports.
CSI 7th in JC meet
HUTCHINSON, Kan. - Paul Jarrett hit a 3-point basket with seven seconds left as the College of Southern Idaho nipped Odessa, Texas, 86-84 for seventh place in the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament Saturday.
Southern Idaho finished the season 36-2.
Judge ends tourney
with a victory
Ben Melmeth scored 16 and Justin Henderson added 12 as the Bulldogs downed the Baltimore City league champion Towson Catholic 53-46 in consolation play.
Melmeth was named to the All-Tournament first team and recieved awards for most free throws and most blocked shots. Tim Gardner was awarded for most assists of the tournament. Roman Catholic, who narrowly defeated Judge in the opening round, was the tournament champion.
Friday, Judge defeated Bishop Walsh 59-46.