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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL

Masters

the lip on the 15th, and steady pars the rest of the way until the 18th.

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years. Only five others have won majors in three straight seasons since the Masters began in 1934.

Then it was off to Butler Cabin, where Woods slipped the green jacket on Mickelson’s shoulders.

“Great playing,” Woods told him.

Clark holed a bunker shot from across the 18th green for birdie that left him alone in second with a 69.

Woods, trying to become the first player to twice defend his title at the Masters, could only blame his putter. He had two eagle putts inside 15 feet on the back nine and missed them both, and he had seven three-putts this week. He holed a 25-foot birdie on the 18th hole that just about made him curse, although it gave him a 70 and a tie for third.

Joining him at 4-under 284 were Couples (71), Retief Goosen (69), Chad Campbell (71) and Jose Maria Olazabal, whose 66 was the best score all week on the super-sized course.

But it was Couples who had the best chance to chal- lenge Mickelson, and had he won it would have been espe- cially poignant.

This is the 20-year anniver- sary of Nicklaus’ stunning back-nine charge to win his sixth green jacket at age 46. Couples was poised to become the oldest Masters champion, and he hung with Mickelson until his putter betrayed him.

First came a three-putt on the 11th, his 3-foot par putt spinning around the cup. On the 14th hole, Couples had a 4-foot birdie putt to pull with- in one shot. It caught the lip and spun 6 feet away, and he missed that one, too.

Mickelson poured it on with an eagle chip that caught

If Woods bothers to watch the highlights, it should look awfully familiar.

The last time Augusta National was overhauled to add length, Woods built a big lead and let an All-Star cast of contenders collapse around him with shots into the woods and the water.

The course was stretched even more for this Masters — at 7,445 yards, the second- longest in major champi- onship history. And Mickelson played it impecca- bly. The longest par putt he had all day — besides the meaningless one on the 18th hole — was the 5-footer he made after a solid bunker shot on the 10th.

“I knew it was going to be a tough day,” Mickelson said. “Fred and I kept saying how much fun it was to be in the final group at the Masters. I was sorry to see what hap- pened at 14. I think we would have had a great duel coming down those last four holes.”

Mickelson won for the 29th time on the PGA Tour, tying him for 17th on the career list.

And he became the first Masters champion since Sandy Lyle in 1988 to win the week before coming to Augusta. Mickelson captured the BellSouth Classic last week by 13 shots.

This one was closer, but it sure didn’t seem that way.

He took a one-shot lead into the final round by making the fewest mistakes Sunday morning, when the rain-

Giants

picked up the loss in a 6-1 defeat after allowing three home runs in seven innings.

Continued from Page 6

begin a career under one man- ager. Jones has hit 303 under skipper Bobby Cox, passing Jimmie Foxx and Connie Mack (Philadelphia A’s). Mickey Mantle hit 320 under Casey Stengel and Chipper Jones leads the way with 331 under Cox.

Schmidt who threw 121 pitches in seven innings, struck out four in a row during one stretch, striking out the side in order in the fourth. He started the season opener last Monday at San Diego but

Schmidt doubled and scored in the second. He struck out 10 to mark the 24th time he has had 10 or more in his career.

Notes: Smoltz, facing one of only five teams he had a losing record against, needs eight strikeouts to tie Hall of Famer Bob Feller (2,581) for 23rd place on the all-time list. ... Braves leadoff hitter Marcus Giles drew his 10th walk of the season after start- ing the day with the major league lead. He walked in his final four plate appearances Saturday. He left Sunday’s

Athletics

Continued from Page 6

His 2.95 ERA in 15 games against Oakland coming in had been his lowest against any team he faced at least 10 times.

save.

Eric Chavez hit his third homer and drove in three runs for Oakland, and Mark Ellis had three hits and two RBIs.

Joel Pineiro (1-1) allowed six runs — five earned and 10 hits in seven innings, drop- ping to 8-4 against Oakland.

Seattle hit only five balls out of the infield in the first seven innings against Harden. Beltre’s line drive well over shortstop Bobby Crosby’s glove with two outs in the fifth inning was his first hit in eight career at-bats against him.

Kahne

loose there at the end.”

Denny Hamlin was fourth, his first career top-five finish.

Continued from Page 6

from the pole position.

Stewart had been the one cruising ahead of the field until lap 302. That’s when the reigning Cup champion came up behind the lapped car of rookie J.J. Yeley on the back- stretch. That allowed Kahne to catch up and even nose ahead, though he didn’t offi- cially lead until a few laps

later. Kahne

crept

alongside

Stewart and was on the cham- pion’s bumper several times before finally taking the lead. Kahne went around Stewart in the fourth turn at the end of lap 307 and made the final pass right at the line.

“It was fun racing like that. Obviously, if there had been 80 laps to go, neither one of us would have been racing each other that way,” Stewart said. “Definitely, he was better. We weren’t. We were extremely

Kevin Harvick was fifth, followed by Jeff Burton, Scott Riggs, Joe Nemechek, Mark Martin and Bobby Labonte.

Martin, the 47-year-old Roush driver who initially hadn’t planned to race this season, had his fifth top-10 finish and is fourth in points. Martin insists that this will be his last full-time Cup season no matter what happens.

Carl Edwards was in the second spot on lap 257 when he got loose, spun out of con- trol and was done for the day. He missed hitting the back end of Stewart’s passing car by mere inches.

Edwards led 50 laps, one more than his Roush Racing teammate Greg Biffle, who was knocked out by Kurt Busch, their teammate from a year ago.

Edwards and Biffle won the two Nextel Cup races held at Texas last year.

Busch, the 2004 Cup cham-

SPORTS

MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2006 – 7

delayed third round was com- pleted in cool, mostly calm conditions. Mickelson shot 70 and was at 4-under 212, the highest 54-hole score to lead the Masters since 1989. Couples shot 72, making two birdies on the final four holes to get into the final group.

The possibilities were end- less.

Ten players were within three shots of the lead, a list that included Woods and Singh. Ten more were within five shots of Mickelson.

But no one did anything to bring Augusta National to life with the drama so many expected.

There was a five-way tie for the lead early in the final round — Mickelson, Couples, Campbell, Rocco Mediate and Miguel Angel Jimenez — all at 4 under before making the turn. But it didn’t last.

Mickelson took the outright lead with a long pitch to the par-5 eighth that checked up 2 feet behind the hole for birdie, and everyone else either stalled or spiraled, none worse than Mediate. He hit three balls into Rae’s Creek on the par-5 12th — two from in front of the green, one from the bunker behind it — and made 10.

Campbell had a three-putt bogey on the 11th and hit into the water on the 15th trying to reach the green in two. Jimenez fell out of the chase with bogeys on the 10th and 12th, and Clark was lurking until a bogey from the bunker on the 12th.

Mickelson was untouch- able, just like Woods was in 2002 after the first big course renovation.

Lefty did his way, putting two drivers in the bag — one that favors a fade, the other that favors a draw.

game in the seventh with a sore right quadriceps. ... Injured Giants closer Armando Benitez, nursing a left knee injury, threw on the side for about 20 minutes and believes his mechanics are coming along well. Benitez hopes to throw a bullpen Tuesday and live batting prac- tice sometime next week. ... Schmidt, who broke into the big leagues with the Braves in 1995, hit his seventh career double for his 53rd career hit in 12 seasons. ... Andruw Jones took over the National League lead for RBIs with 12. ... Matheny snapped an 0-for- 15 streak with his infield sin- gle in the eighth.

Richie Sexson doubled to left-center with two outs in the sixth, but Harden struck out Carl Everett.

Notes: A’s C Jason Kendall had two hits. He had one hit in his first five games entering Sunday. ... Beltre was 3-for-23 this season before his single. ... Oakland is 5-2 for the sec- ond time in three seasons. Seattle is 3-4 for the second straight year.

pion who won his Busch Series debut Saturday, got stuck in the pit for nearly a minute during his first stop because of a problem with the jack lifting the car.

Busch dropped to 40th place and two laps down by time he got back on the track.

He was still a lap down when he bumped Biffle from behind on lap 83 and sent the No. 16 Ford into the wall.

COMMUNITY DIGEST — CONTINUED FROM PAGE A-6

The Ukiah dolphins will be holding a swim and water polo combination camp April 24-28 at Ukiah High School. The clinic starts at 5:30 p.m. each evening, is for safe swimmers, and should serve as an introduction to both sports.

Coaches Sue Maurer and Rick Cleland will be giving 45 minutes of basic instruction in each sport for the cost of $25 for the week.

Please call Maurer at 391-8277 or Cleland at 463-1551 for further infor- mation.

Call for Ukiah Valley youth soccer coaches

The Ukiah Valley Youth Soccer League is in need of coaches. If you would like to become a head coach or an assistant coach for a competitive boys or girls soccer team pleas call the soccer hotline at 467-9797 so the UVYSL can get back to potential coaches with more details.

Spring break sports and fitness camp for girls April 17-20

Is your daughter in second through eighth grade? Has she got plans for spring break?

Bring her to Ukiah High School for the sixth annual Girl Scouts Sports and Fitness Camp. Local female coaches and athletes will work with the girls on skills in basketball, soft- ball, volleyball, swimming, soccer, gymnastics, dance, and much more.

Camp will be from April 17 - 20, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM daily. Cost is $45 per

girl, or $35 for registered Girl Scouts, for four full days. Financial assistance is available. Look for flyers in the schools soon.

For more information about this camp, to request a registration pack- et, or to find out about other Girl Scout activities, please contact Connie Krantman at 463-2888 or 800-764- 7322.

Entry level clinic for soccer referees

There will be an entry level soccer referee clinic May 15-18, from 6-9 p.m., and May 20 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Nokomis School.

For more information, call Friedhelm Engeln at 485-7308.

Spring break hoops camp at Pomolita

Open to boys and girls ages 7-17, a week-long spring basketball camp will offer players an opportunity to build a solid foundation of basketball skills. Each day is filled with fundamental skills, progression drills, easy to understand instruction, as well as games and fun competitions. From beginners to advanced players this camp will be a great experience.

The camp will be held at the Pomolita Gym April 17-21. Tuition for a full day camp, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., is $135. For the half-day camp, tuition is $85.

Low income discounts are available through the City of Ukiah. For more information, please call 463-6714.

Scorekeepers and umpires needed

Would you like to earn extra cash in the summer evenings while being in the center of the game you love? The Redwood Empire Officials Association, in conjunction with The City of Ukiah Community Service Department, would like to announce that there will be two informational meetings about becoming a member of the association. As a member you will be eligible to officiate in various sports activities in Ukiah.

Pay begins at $21 per hour for umpires and $12 per hour for score- keepers.

You may choose from one of the two meetings scheduled for Sunday or Monday, April 9th or 10th from 7 - 8:30 p.m.

Both are held at the Ukiah Valley Conference Center in the Chenin Blanc room.

For more information, call 463-6714.

To place an announcement in the “Community Sports Digest,” contact The Ukiah Daily Journal Sports Department by phone at 468-3518. You may also mail your listing to 590 S. School Street, Ukiah, Calif., 95482, e-mail it to udjsports@pacific.net, or fax it to us at 468-3544. Because the “Community Sports Digest” is a FREE service, no guarantees can be made on the frequency of a listing’s appear- ance in The Daily Journal. To assure your event maximum publicity, please contact either our classified (468-

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    or display advertising (468-

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    departments.

SCOREBOARD

NBA

y-New Jersey Philadelphia Boston Toronto New York Southeast Division

W 47 35 32 26 22

y-Miami Washington Orlando Atlanta Charlotte

W 50 39 32 24 22

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    • 27.649

    • 37.513

      10 1/2

    • 44.421

      17 1/2

    • 52.316

      25 1/2

55 .286

28

54 .289

25

L Pct GB

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    • 45.416

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ENCE

W

L Pct GB

62

15.805 —

46

30.605 15 1/2

37

40.481 25

36

40.474 25 1/2

35

41.461 26 1/2

Central Division

z-Detroit x-Cleveland Milwaukee Indiana Chicago

x-San Antonio x-Dallas x-Memphis New Orleans Houston Northwest Division

W 59 58 44 37 33

Denver Utah Seattle Minnesota Portland

W 43 37 33 32 21

L Pct GB

18 .766

19 .753

1

33 .571

15

39.48721 1/2

44 .429

26

L Pct GB

    • 34.558

    • 39.4875

      1/2

    • 43.4349

      1/2

    • 45.416

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WESTERN CONFER Southwest Division

ENCE

Pacific Division

y-Phoenix x-L.A. Clippers L.A. Lakers Sacramento Golden State

W

L Pct GB

50

26 .658

44

32 .579

6

41

37 .526

10

41

37 .526

10

30

46 .395

20

Colorado 12, San Diego 4 Sunday’s Games Philadelphia 6, L.A. Dodgers 3, 1st game

  • L.

    A. Dodgers 6, Philadelphia 2, 2nd game

  • N.

    Y. Mets 3, Florida 2

Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 3 Arizona 7, Milwaukee 0 Houston 7, Washington 3 Colorado 10, San Diego 4 San Francisco 6, Atlanta 5 Chicago Cubs 8, St. Louis 4 Monday’s Games L.A. Dodgers (Perez 0-0) at Pittsburgh (Duke 0- 0), 10:35 a.m. Washington (Patterson 0-0) at Houston (Rodriguez 1-0), 11:05 a.m. Milwaukee (Ohka 0-0) at St. Louis (Mulder 0-0), 1:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Myers 0-0) at Atlanta (Thomson 0- 0), 4:05 p.m. Tuesday’s Games N.Y. Mets at Washington, 10:05 a.m. Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs, 11:20 a.m. San Diego at Florida, 1:15 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Pittsburgh, 4:05 p.m. Colorado at Arizona, 6:40 p.m. Houston at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m.

East Division

Boston Tampa Bay Toronto Baltimore New York Central Division

W 5 3 3 2 2

Cleveland Detroit Kansas City Chicago Minnesota West Division

W 5 5 2 2 1

Oakland Los Angeles Seattle Texas

W 5 3 3 2

AMERICAN LEAGUE

L Pct GB

L Pct GB

    • 1.833

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    • 3.4002

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    • 2.714

    • 3.5001

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1 .833

3 .500

2

3 .500

2

4 .333

3

4 .333

3

4 .333

3

5 .167

4

4 .429

2

5 .286

3

Yardage: 7,445; Par: 72 Fourth Round Phil Mickelson, $1,260,000 70-72-70-69 — 281

Tim Clark, $756,000 70-72-72-69

  • 283

Jose Maria Olazabal, $315,700 76-71-71-66 284 Retief Goosen, $315,700 70-73-72-69—284

Tiger Woods, $315,700 72-71-71-70— 284 Fred Couples, $315,700 71-70-72-71— 284 Chad Campbell, $315,700 71-67-75-71

284

Angel Cabrera, $210,000 73-74-70-68—285

Vijay Singh, $210,000 67-74-73-71 — Stewart Cink, $189,000 72-73-71-70—

Mike Weir, $161,000 71-73-73-70

285 286 287

Miguel

Angel

Jimenez,

$161,000

72-74-69-72—

287 Stephen Ames, $161,000 74-70-70-73

Arron Oberholser, $129,500 69-75-73-71 Billy Mayfair, $129,500 71-72-73-72 — 288 Geoff Ogilvy, $112,000 70-75-73-71— 289 Scott Verplank, $112,000 74-70-74-71—289 Rod Pampling, $112,000 72-73-72-72—289

287 288

Nick O’Hern, $91,000 71-72-76-71 — 290 Stuart Appleby, $91,000 71-75-73-71— 290 David Howell, $91,000 71-71-76-72 — 290 Robert Allenby, $67,200 73-73-74-71— 291 Davis Love III, $67,200 74-71-74-72— 291 Mark Hensby, $67,200 80-67-70-74 — 291 Jim Furyk, $67,200 73-75-68-75—291 Darren Clarke, $67,200 72-70-72-77— 291

NHL

EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division

x-N.Y. Rangers x-Philadelphia New Jersey N.Y. Islanders Pittsburgh

Northeast Division

x-Ottawa x-Buffalo Montreal Toronto Boston

44

22

12

100

250

198

42

24

11

95

252

245

42

27

9

93

225

221

34

38

5

73 217 258

20

44

13

53 223 297

W

L OT Pts GF GA

29 35

14

72 220 252

W 50 48 40 37

8

108

298

194

6

102

264

236

9

89

230

231

L OT Pts GF GA

82 237 252

19 24 28

32

8

x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division z-clinched conference

Saturday’s Games Cleveland 108, New Jersey 102 Miami 99, Washington 86 Philadelphia 89, Chicago 75 Dallas 101, New Orleans 77 Utah 110, Portland 93 Denver 95, Golden State 92 Sunday’s Games Detroit 98, Indiana 73 New Jersey 95, Milwaukee 83 Charlotte 94, Toronto 88 Minnesota 84, Atlanta 83 New York 101, Boston 86 Orlando 93, Miami 84 San Antonio 83, Memphis 81 Seattle 116, Phoenix 114 Sacramento 86, Houston 77 L.A. Lakers 100, L.A. Clippers 83 Monday’s Games New York at Indiana, 4 p.m. Atlanta at Orlando, 4 p.m.

Washington at Philadelphia, 4 p.m. Cleveland vs. New Orleans at Oklahoma City, 5 p.m. Houston at Utah, 6 p.m. Denver at Portland, 7 p.m. Dallas at L.A. Clippers, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Toronto at Miami, 4:30 p.m. Minnesota at Memphis, 5 p.m. New Jersey at Chicago, 5:30 p.m. Seattle at San Antonio, 5:30 p.m. Phoenix at Sacramento, 7 p.m. Golden State at L.A. Lakers, 7:30 p.m.

BASEBALL

NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division

New York Atlanta Washington Florida Philadelphia Central Division

W 4 3 2 1 1

Milwaukee Chicago Cincinnati Houston St. Louis Pittsburgh West Division

W 5 4 4 4 3 1

Colorado San Francisco Arizona Los Angeles San Diego

W 4 4 3 3 1

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Saturday’s Games Florida at N.Y. Mets, ppd., rain Cincinnati 11, Pittsburgh 9 Milwaukee 5, Arizona 4 Chicago Cubs 3, St. Louis 2 L.A. Dodgers at Philadelphia, ppd., San Francisco 12, Atlanta 6 Washington 12, Houston 8

Saturday’s Games Toronto 8, Tampa Bay 4 Kansas City 4, Chicago White Sox 3 Boston 2, Baltimore 1 Cleveland 3, Minnesota 0 Detroit 7, Texas 0 Oakland 3, Seattle 0 L.A. Angels 3, N.Y. Yankees 2 Sunday’s Games Cleveland 3, Minnesota 2 Tampa Bay 5, Toronto 2 Boston 4, Baltimore 1 Texas 5, Detroit 3 Chicago White Sox 3, Kansas City 1 N.Y. Yankees 10, L.A. Angels 1 Oakland 6, Seattle 4 Monday’s Games Chicago White Sox (Garcia 0-1) at Detroit (Bonderman 1-0), 10:05 a.m. Baltimore (Bedard 1-0) at Tampa Bay (McClung 0-1), 4:15 p.m. Texas (Loe 0-1) at L.A. Angels (Lackey 0-1), 7:05 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Kansas City at N.Y. Yankees, 10:05 a.m. Toronto at Boston, 11:05 a.m. Seattle at Cleveland, 4:05 p.m. Baltimore at Tampa Bay, 4:15 p.m. Oakland at Minnesota, 5:10 p.m. Texas at L.A. Angels, 7:05 p.m.

CALIFORNIA LEAGUE

North Division

San Jose (Giants) Modesto (Rockies) Stockton (Athletics)

W 4 3 1

Bakersfield (Rangers) 0

Visalia (Devil Rays) South Division

0

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Inland Empire (Mariners)

1

2 .333

2

Sunday’s Games

Rancho Cucamonga 4, Bakersfield 3 High Desert 10, Inland Empire 8 Lancaster 3, Lake Elsinore 2 Stockton 3, Modesto 0, 1st game Modesto 5, Stockton 2, 2nd game San Jose 1, Visalia 0 Monday’s Games High Desert at Rancho Cucamonga Lancaster at Inland Empire Stockton at San Jose Visalia at Bakersfield Tuesday’s Games High Desert at Rancho Cucamonga Lake Elsinore at Modesto Lancaster at Inland Empire Stockton at San Jose Visalia at Bakersfield

GOLF

THE MASTERS – SCORES

At Augusta National Golf Club Augusta, Ga. Purse:, $7 million

Southeast Division

y-Carolina Tampa Bay Atlanta Florida Washington

W

L

OT Pts GF GA

51

21

6 108 284 245

42

31

5

89 242 243

38

32

7

83 261 259

35

34

9

79 227 244

25

40

12

62 220 294

WESTERN CONFER Central Division

ENCE

z-Detroit x-Nashville Columbus Chicago St. Louis Northwest Division

45 25

8

98 242 221

32 41

4

68 204 265

24 40

13

61 199 266

21

42

14

56 192 277

W

L

OT Pts GF GA

54

15

8 116 287 196

x-Calgary Colorado Edmonton Vancouver Minnesota

Pacific Division

y-Dallas Anaheim San Jose Los Angeles Phoenix

44 24

10

98 209 194

42

28

8

92 272 243

39

27

13

91 251 246

41

30

7

89 243 238

37 35

7

81 224 207

W

L OT Pts GF GA

51

22

5

107

252

205

41

24

12

94

242

213

40

26

11

91

247

227

40

34

5

85 243 266

36 36

5

77 233 257

W

L OT Pts GF GA

Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss or shootout loss. x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division z-clinched conference Saturday’s Games Colorado 4, St. Louis 2 N.Y. Rangers 4, Boston 3, OT Anaheim 4, Los Angeles 2 New Jersey 3, Montreal 2 Atlanta 5, Carolina 2 Detroit 4, Columbus 2 Toronto 5, Philadelphia 2 N.Y. Islanders 5, Washington 0 Buffalo 6, Ottawa 2 Tampa Bay 1, Pittsburgh 0 Nashville 2, Chicago 1, SO Dallas 3, Phoenix 2, SO Vancouver 3, Calgary 2, OT Sunday’s Games Florida 6, Tampa Bay 3 New Jersey 3, N.Y. Rangers 2 St. Louis 2, Edmonton 1 San Jose 4, Dallas 1 Minnesota 5, Colorado 2 Monday’s Games Washington at Boston, 4 p.m. Ottawa at Montreal, 4:30 p.m. San Jose at Phoenix, 7 p.m. Anaheim at Vancouver, 7 p.m. Tuesday’s Games New Jersey at Carolina, 4 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 4 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m. Boston at Ottawa, 4:30 p.m. Edmonton at Detroit, 4:30 p.m. Florida at Toronto, 4:30 p.m. Atlanta at Tampa Bay, 4:30 p.m. Nashville at St. Louis, 5 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 5 p.m. Columbus at Dallas, 5:30 p.m. Phoenix at Colorado, 6 p.m. Anaheim at Calgary, 6 p.m.

The impact damaged the safety barrier in turn 3 and repairs were made during a 10-minute red flag.

“It was clear that we had a winning car,” said Biffle, who won last April before Edwards won the first fall race at the track.

While he came up short in Sunday’s Cup race, Stewart finally took a checkered flag at Texas in round two of the International Race of Champions on Friday night. He had been in 13 races on the track before then, including Cup, Busch and Indy Racing League cars.

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