The Associated Press
Jul. 18, 1994
UENOHARACHO, Japan (AP) _ Feng Tseng-hsiu of Taiwan shot a 2-under-par 70 for a three-stroke victory in the Resorttrust Cleanup tournament Sunday.
Feng, who earned $90,000 for her first Japan LPGA tour title, had a 3-under 213 total on the Maple Point course.
CINCINNATI (AP) - Former San Diego State receiver Darnay Scott, selected 30th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals in the NFL draft, signed a three-year contract Sunday for $1.5 million, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The Houston Oilers agreed to terms Sunday with cornerbacks Cris Dishman and Darryl Lewis and offensive lineman Stan Thomas.
Dishman started all 16 games for the Oilers last season and tied for seventh in the AFC with six interceptions.
TORONTO (AP) - Steve Robertson of England beat Andre Rubeiro of Brazil by 7.97 seconds Sunday for his fourth Firestone Indy Lights victory of the season.
Robertson averaged 92.732 mph in the 42-lap race on the 1.78-mile, 11-turn temporary circuit.
SURFERS PARADISE, Australia (AP) - Hajime Nakatomi of Japan won the Gold Coast Marathon on Sunday in 2 hours, 15 minutes, 5 seconds.
Yuko Yamazoe of Japan took the women's division in 2:43:20.