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Kite shoots matching pair of 32s

Updated: October 22, 2004, 12:43 AM ET
Associated Press

SONOMA, Calif. -- Dana Quigley walked the course in a rhapsodic haze Thursday, still enthralled by the improbable success of his beloved Boston Red Sox.

When he finally woke up, the Champions Tour's most durable player found himself in second place after the first round of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship with a 7-under 65, one stroke behind Tom Kite.

All of a sudden, the long-suffering Red Sox can't lose -- and one of their biggest fans can't play much better golf.

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