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Dave Villwock races to 10th overall Gold Cup unlimited hydroplane title in Detroit | Northwest Briefs
Dave Villwock has won his fifth straight Gold Cup title and 10th overall on the Detroit River. The hydroplane series' all-time winningest...
DETROIT — Dave Villwock has won his fifth straight Gold Cup title and 10th overall on the Detroit River.
The hydroplane series' all-time winningest driver earned his 67th title Sunday with an average speed of 151.089 mph in the U1 Spirit of Qatar.
Steve David finished second and filed an appeal that was dismissed. David claimed Villwock cut in front of him on the second lap.
Three teams had blowovers during the same event for the first time in hydroplane racing since 2007.
J. Michael Kelly was third, followed by Jon Zimmerman, Mark Evans and Jimmy Shane.
• PGA professional David Phay of Whidbey Golf and Country Club won the 25th Rosauers Open Invitational at Indian Canyon Golf Course in Spokane after a 19-under 194. He won by a stroke over last year's champion Corey Prugh, a former Washington Husky from Spokane's Manito Golf & Country Club. Phay birdied the last hole for the win.
• Chris Killmer of Bellingham parred the fourth playoff hole at the Canadian Tour Players Cup championship while Vince Covello bogeyed his hole giving the former Husky his first Canadian Tour victory.
They ended regulation at 15-under 269 after each fired a 2-under 69 in the final round at Pine Ridge Golf Club in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
• Liz Bogus scored the only goal as the host Pali Blues handed the Sounders Women a 1-0 loss. The teams will meet Sunday in the Western Conference championship match at 1 p.m. at Cal State Fullerton's Titan Stadium.
• Cyd Okino, who just completed her freshman year at Washington, was recently named to the National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Team.
• Eastern Washington cornerback T.J. Lee III was a unanimous selection as the Eagles placed four players on the preseason All-Big Sky Conference team. Lee was joined on the team by offensive tackle Will Post, wide receiver Nicholas Edwards and wide receiver Brandon Kaufman.
Compiled from sports-information reports and other sources.