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8 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, April 7, 1986
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Petersons wMs in playoff
By D. A. VELLIQUETTE
DURHAM Freshman golfer
Katie Peterson eagled the final hole in
the Duke Spring Invitational to force
a playoff for individual honors, which
she eventually won, to lead the Tar
Heels to a team victory Sunday.
Trailing Wake Forest's Brenda Cor
rie by four strokes after the 17th hole,
Peterson wasn't even thinking of
winning the tournament. "I was just
trying to finish well," she said, "but
when she (Corrie) hit her shot off the
green, I started thinking, 'maybe.' "
Peterson's second shot landed just
four feet from the hole on the par-five
hole, while Corrie's landed in the sand
trap. Peterson sank her putt to finish
three under par for the day. Corrie
struggled to a double bogey, missing a
short putt that would have given her
the first-place trophy.
On the second hole of the sudden
death playoff, Peterson sank a birdie
putt to win the tournament. "One of
Katie's best characteristics is that she
is able to keep her composure," said .
coach Dot Gunnells. "I think we're
looking at the first of many wins for
her. She's awfully strong for a
Peterson finished with a 71 for a total
score of 214. Kelly Beck and Donna
Andrews both shot one-under-par 73
to finish with a total of 228. Suzy
McGuire shot a 77 to tie at 231 with
Kandi Kessler, who shot a final day 80.
As a team, the Tar Heels finished two
under par to win by four strokes in a
field Of 13 teams. The University of
Alabama placed second, and Duke was
UNC golfer Kandi Kessler was
recently named to the Curtis Cup Team,
which consists of the six top amateur
players in country. The Curtis Cup
Team plays biennially against teams
from England and Ireland.
Reid sparkles in All-Star game
COLLEGE PARK, Md. J.R.
Reid stole the show Saturday night in
the 13th annual McDonald's Capital.
Classic all-star basketball game here.
Reid, the national high school player
of the year who has committed to attend
UNC in the fall, scored 29 points and
pulled down 17 rebounds in his Capital
all-star team's 127-118 loss to the U.S.
squad. His 29 points tied the scoring
record for the Cap Classic with another
relatively well-known player former
Louisville All-America Darrell Griffith.
Reid said afterwards that he was
feeling better about his life in general
since his commitment. "I really haven't
had any coaches calling me trying to
get me to change my mind," Reid said.
"Lately, IVe just trying to work in
school and get mentally ready for
Reid said he would like to attend
summer school at UNC. However, he
said UNC coach Dean Smith is encou
raging him to play with some U.S.
Junior National teams overseas.
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Contrary to popular belief, there are
really only seven tennis teams compet- .
ing in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
One other team plays on an entirely
different level, so much so that in regard
to tennis ACC might as well stand for
All Clemson Conference.
The Tigers, currently ranked fourth
in the country, have won an incredible
52 of 53 dual matches against ACC
opponents in a streak stretching back
to 1979. They certainly did nothing to
blemish that mark Sunday, totally
outplaying North Carolina and handing
the Tar Heels their worst loss of the
season, 9-0, at the UNC Tennis Center.
The domination was close to com
plete, with the Tigers losing only two
sets out of 20 in the entire match. Mark
DeMattheis was able to take the first
set 6-3 off Clemson's Brian Page who
is ranked 21st in the country but plays
No. 3 for the Tigers but succumbed
6-4, 6-0 in the last two sets, although
not without a fight.
DeMattheis, who can always be
counted on for an entertaining match,
had a break point early in the third set
against Page and hit a scorching
forehand that appeared to have caught
the baseline. Page called it out to
DeMattheis' disbelief. On the next
point, DeMattheis sarcastically called
Page's volley, which fell 20 feet inside
the court, "Out!" Page won that game
and proceeded to reel off the next five
games to take Clemson's closest singles
"They are just an outstanding team,"
said UNC coach Allen Morris, whose
team still finished with an above .500,
4-3 mark, for the ACC and has an 1 1
13 record, overall. "They are
tournament-tough, and this year they
have a realistic chance at winning the
That goal is what 25-5 Clemson has
been pointing for all season, according
to sophomore No. 1 player Jay Berger.
"Ever since our first meeting this season
we've talked about winning the
NCAAs," said Berger, who after last
year's freshman season went on to upset
three consecutive pros and appear in
the final 16 of the U.S. Open, where
he lost to Yannick Noah in four sets.
"We're a weird team. Everybody's a
little eccentric. But we work hard, and
111 be extremely disappointed if we
don't win the NCAAs."
Berger looked like a good bet at the
NCAA individuals as well Sunday, as
he lambasted UNC's No. 1 player, Jeff
Chambers, 6-2, 6-0. Berger, who has
been rumored to be turning pro after
this season, was up 4-2 in the first set
before running off eight consecutive
games for a convincing win. "Jeff beat
me 6-0, 6-0 when I was nine years old
in a junior tournament," Berger said
with a smile. "I guess I'm still trying
to get revenge."
Chuck Kriese, the man behind Clem
son's national success in recent years,
said he didn't expect his star player to
play nearly so well. But he has grown
used to top-flight performances. "Seven
teen of our 25 wins this season have
been over top 20 teams," Kriese said.
"We can win the NCAAs. We just have
to make the chips fall our way."
The Tigers did that against UNC.
Only one other match besides DeMat
theis' was close, as Jimmy Weilbaecher,
who has been playing well of late,
extended Kent Kinnear to 6-4, 7-6 at
No.v 4 singles.
In the other singles, 9th-ranked
nationally Richard Matuszewski wal
loped David Pollack at No. 2, 6-1, 6
3. Greg Boynton defeated UNC's Jon
Coss 6-2, 6-2 at No. 5 and Vince Van
Geldren beat Koley Keel 6-2, 6-0 at
In doubles, Clemson swept all three
matches in what has become a tradition
for the Tigers, who have won the
majority of doubles in 29 of 30 matches
this season. Keel and Coss managed to
take the first set off Kinnear and
Geldren 7-5 before losing at No. 3
doubles 6-3, 6-3.
Despite the loss, Morris was happy
with his team's conference play.
"They've lost to a lot of teams this
season, but they've never lost hope," he
said. "We've been playing with three
boys who have absolutely no experience
at all at Nos. 4-6, and I think everyone
has done a super job considering our
The Tar Heels will finish their regular
season this week with a home match
against West Virginia Wednesday and
away matches against South Carolina
and Furman Friday and Saturday. "I'm
really not worried about those
matches," Morris said. "I just want to
get us on an up beat for the ACC
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