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Saturday, August 07, 2004 - Page updated at 12:00 A.M.
Northwest Sports Briefing
Woodinville High School didn't have to look far to find a qualified candidate to take over its girls basketball program. Steve Segadelli, a highly successful boys basketball coach, has been teaching at Woodinville for the past 17 years.
"I'm jumping back into the fires," said Segadelli, who has been out of coaching for 12 years, although he was involved in summertime Select Team coaching.
This will be his first shot at coaching girls basketball. He replaces Mike Cooney, who resigned after coaching the Falcons for four years and compiling a 30-52 record.
Segadelli, 55, coached boys basketball at Bishop Blanchet in Seattle for 10 years, then was the boys basketball coach at Woodinville for five years.
At Blanchet, Segadelli's teams won three Metro League championships and made four trips to the state tournament. He left Blanchet after his 1987 team beat Snohomish for third place as Metro League schools finished one-two-three in the AAA tournament.
Segadelli was named KingCo coach of the year in 1988 at Woodinville.
He teaches physical education and health at Woodinville.
Nick Batkoski and Shawn Lindsay each had two hits and Tim Lincecum gained the pitching victory as the Seattle Studs beat the Lake Havasu Heat of Arizona in the NBC World Series in Wichita, Kan. The Studs, who are 2-0 in the national semipro tournament, play today against Pueblo, Colo.
Washington teammates Erik Olson and James Lepp tied for seventh place at 282.
Top-seeded Michael Kogan joined Daniel Chu, Jaroslav Bulant and Victor Romero as quarterfinal winners are the 114th Washington State Open tennis tournament at the Seattle Tennis Center.
Top-seeded Kristina Kraszewski, Stacy McKenna and Story Tweedie-Yates were women's quarterfinal victors.
Washington State Open
At Seattle Tennis Club
Men's Open Singles (Quarterfinals)
Daniel Chu (5) beat Ryan Pang, 6-2, 6-3; Jaroslav Bulant (2) beat Eric Drew (8), 6-3, 6-0; Michael Kogan (1) beat Jesse Walter, 6-2, 6-3; Victor Romero (3) beat Jeremy Berman, 6-0, 6-4
Women's Open Singles (Quarterfinals)
Stacy McKenna (2) beat Zelijka Vidic (5), 6-4, 6-0; Story Tweedie-Yates (3) beat Kasey Knox, 6-1, 6-1; Kristina Kraszewski beay Agela Fry, 6-1, 6-0
Pacific Coast Amateur Championship
At Eugene, Ore.
(Played at the 6,855 yard, par 71, Eugene Country Club)
277 Michael Putnam, University Place, WA, 67-70-67-73; Andrew Martin, Melbourne, Australia, 71-67-71-68; Spencer Levin, Elk Grove, Calif., 66-71-70-70.
**(Putnam birdies second playoff for victory).
278 Joe Lanza, Bainbridge Island, 74-65-69-70.
279 Lindsay Bernakevitch, Vancouver, BC, 72-68-72-67.
280 Craig Doell, Victoria, BC, 74-65-71-70.
282 Erik Olson, Newcastle, Wash., 69-69-71-73; James Lepp, Abbotsford, BC, 71-73-66-72; Scott Gordon, Fair Oaks, Calif., 70-70-71-71.
283 James Love, Calgary, 72-71-71-69.
284 Ben Hayes, Paradise Valley, Ar, 69-71-71-73; Dustin Mills, Arvada, Colo., 70-74-71-69; Ryan Posey, Dallas, Texas, 72-69-71-72.
285 Liam Kendregan, Gresham, Ore., 74-68-68-75; Ryan Carter, Hacienda Heights, C, 74-69-70-72.
287 Casey Watabu, Kapaa, Hawaii, 73-71-74-69; Joshua Wooding, Riverside, Calif., 75-69-71-72.
289 Cameron Martin, Eugene, Ore., 76-72-70-71; Ryan Keeney, Redmond, Wash., 70-70-71-78.
290 Jason Bittick, Coto de Caza, Calif, 75-66-74-75; John Poucher, Santa Barbara, Cali, 71-74-72-73.
291 Kevin Larsen, Santa Barbara, Cali, 71-71-76-73; Roy Moon, North Hills, Calif., 75-70-71-75.
292 Adam Porker, Melbourne, Australia, 66-72-77-77; David Fern, Spokane, Wash., 75-68-77-72; Jake Ellison, St. George, Utah, 71-77-70-74; Kyle Stanley, Gig Harbor, Wash., 77-70-73-72.
293 Brendan Steele, Idyllwild, Calif., 74-71-74-74; Kyle Hudson, Eugene, Ore., 76-73-71-73.
At Everett Legion G.C.
Michael Leon, No. 9, 160 yards, 8-iron
2004-05 Seattle Thunderbirds schedule
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