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Spring Hill's McWilliams tops winners in tennis open

More than 120 players competed in 16 divisions of singles and doubles last weekend in the Spring Hill Tennis Open, a tournament that raised nearly $3,000 for the Spouse Abuse Building Fund at the Hernando County Rape Crisis Center.

Ken McWilliams of Spring Hill was the men's open singles winner, Steve Koehler and Dennis Kolean of Spring Hill were the men's open doubles champions, and Brooksville's Marion Walker teamed with Homosassa's Kathy Bromead to win women's doubles.

Matt Lai of Spring Hill was the boys high school winner and Kenzie Zook of Brooksville was the girls prep champion. (For complete results, see For the Record.)

More tennis: Nutrition, sports psychology and the game of tennis are among the topics for a Ladies Day workshop being held in conjunction with Light n' Lively Doubles tournament at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel.

The program will be presented by pro Pam Shriver, who is president of the St. Petersburg-based Women's Tennis Association Tour Players Association, and tennis coach Julie Anthony.

The workshop for area players is scheduled from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 25. Cost is $28, which includes lunch and quarterfinal-round tickets to the tourney. Call (813) 535-4511.

High school basketball: Hernando High senior Rodney Addison finished his three-year varsity career with 1,005 points, surpassing the 1,000-point barrier in the Leopards' final game.

Addison, a forward who scored 489 for a 16.2 average this past season, had 22 points in Hernando's Class 3A sub-regional playoff loss to St. Petersburg Lakewood last week.

NASCAR coverage: Radio station WWJB-AM (1450) in Brooksville will begin carrying this year's entire schedule of NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing.

In addition to the live broadcasts, WWJB also will air NASCAR LIVE, a telephone call-in show hosted by Eli Gold from 6-8 p.m. each Tuesday during the racing season, and daily five-minute NASCAR updates at 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Coverage begins at 1 p.m. Sunday with the Pontiac 400 from Richmond, Va. (For broadcast schedule, see For the Record.)