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UNC Handball Finishes 6th, Bth
BY JONATHAN HART
STAFF WRITER
When most Chapel Hill residents think
of the phrase ‘i>'ae cup,” their minds gravi
tate toward large, frosty mugs of beer. But
last weekend at Fetzer Gym, the phrase
took on a different meaning as the Caro
lina Team Handball Club hosted the Caro
lina Blue Cup Tournament.
The Carolina Blue Cup Tournament is
ranked by the United States Team Hand
ball Federation as the third-best tourna
ment in the nation, according to CTHC’s
faculty advisor John Silva. The tourna
ment field consisted of 10 teams, winding
two from UNC.
The CTHC team finished sixth this
weekend, while Carolina Blue, a team con
sisting of UNC alumni, finished eighth.
Garden City capped their third straight
Carolina Blue Cup with a 20-14 victory
over Winnipeg Select. The Swim and Sport
Club of New Jersey beat the New York
City Team Handball Club 17-13 for the
bronze medal.
“I thought we played really well,” said
Silva, a professor in the Department of
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sive slack at the plate.
“I think my defense will be there; I just
need to pickup the offense a little,” Boone
said. “We lost a lot of pop from last year in
Cookie (Massey), (Chris) Madonna, and
Manny (DaSilva.)
“I think everybody on the team needs to
step it up a little bit.”
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“The Garden City game was a close game
the whole way. They opened up a lead near
the end and we weren’t able to close it.”
CTHC beat West Point Gold 19-14 in
the first game of the preliminary round. It
dropped the second game to Garden City
21-16, but beat Ohio State 23-9.
“The Ohio State game was a little bit of
a mismatch," Silva said. He said the team
used the game to practice little-used offen
sive setups.
CTHC played SSC in the final game of
Saturday’s action. The two teams went
back and forth the entire way, with SSC
scoring the go-ahead goal on a breakaway
with 40 seconds left. CTHC got the ball
back, but left-winger Michael Blum’s shot
with eight seconds on the clock hit the post,
giving SSC a 23-22 victory.
“It was a great game,” said Blum, a
history major from Wiesbaden, Germany.
“It came down to the last shot at the end,
and I didn’t make it.”
CTHC played West Point Black in the
fifth-place game Sunday. Both CTHC and
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of Army’s victories was a 23-18 triumph
over Carolina Blue.
“Army comes out ready to play, and we
know that,” Silva said.
West Point jumped out to a 4-0 lead, but
UNC cut it to 10-7 at halftime. With more
than three minutes left, West Point held a
19-15 lead. CTHC came back with three
goals to cut the deficit to 19-18, but Silva
missed a last-second shot, saddling CTHC
with its second straight one-goal loss.
“One thing about this team is that they
are veiy talented,” Silva said. “They play
together pretty well and there is no quit in
them.
“The Army coach said we out-hustled
them. That’s pretty rare, because Army
takes pride in their hustle.”
Left back Matt Johnson was the leading
scorer for CTHC throughout the tourna
ment with nine goals against West Point
Black and 11 goals against SSC.
CTHC is looking for more players to
join the squad. Silva said students, faculty,
and staff members are all eligible, espe
cially those who played “throwing sports”
such as baseball and basketball. Interested
people should call Silva at 962-5176.
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Marlin Holds Off Earnhardt to Win Daytona 500
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Sterling
Marlin savored beating Dale Earnhardt on
Sunday nearly as much as he enjoyed win
ning his second straight Daytona 500.
After making a desperate tire stop late in
the race, Earnhardt did everything but pass
Marlin in the final 11 laps at Daytona
International Speedway, coming up two
car lengths short after a dramatic charge
from 14th place.
“I knew there was a lot of cars on the
lead lap and I didn’t think he had enough
time," Marlin said of Earnhardt’s bid to
finally win NASCAR’s premier race in his
17th try. “But, with about eight laps to go,
(crew chief Tony) Glover come on the
radio and said, You’d better go because
he’s coming.’
“But I knew with about three laps to go,
if we didn’t blow no tires or anything like
that, we had it won.”
Marlin, whose only Winston Cup victo
ries have come in stock car racing’s Super
Bowl, became the first repeat winner since
Cale Yarborough in 1983 and 1984.
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track but gained the lead after beating
Marlin out of the pits on lap 161 by about
two feet.
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lap 181, muscling past Earnhardt on the
low side of the banked two-mile oval at
about 190 mph as the two dove toward the
third turn.
The Intimidator did everything he could
to catch Marlin’s orange No. 4, getting
nearly up to his rear bumper on lap 199.
But Marlin had control and kept it, shaking
off Earnhardt to win by 0.61 seconds.
“This is the Daytona 500,” Earnhardt
said. “I’m not supposed to win the damn
thing, I don’t reckon.
“I needed a little help to get by Sterling.
He had a strong race car today and he
deserved to win.”
Pole-sitter Dale Jarrett, in his first race
replacing injured Ernie Irvan in the Robert
Yates Racing Ford, wound up fifth, fol
lowed by Michael Waltrip, Steve Grissom,
Hendrick Motorsports teammates Terry
Labonte and Ken Schrader, and Morgan
Shepherd.
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