Basketball* The Baltimore 13-and-under AAU team has won...

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July 18, 1991

Basketball

* The Baltimore 13-and-under AAU team has won its first three games in the national tournament in Roanoke, Va. Baltimore defeated Missouri, 76-58, Charlotte, N.C., 56-41, and Oakland, Calif., 70-54. Tommy Polley and Daniel Schick have been the leading scorers at 17 and 16 per game, respectively.

TENNIS

* Martina Navratilova and her former companion, Judy Nelson, watched in court the videotape that recorded their signing of a cohabitation agreement in 1986. Nelson is suing the tennis star for half of the assets accumulated during their seven-year relationship, which Navratilova broke off earlier this year. The nine-time Wimbledon singles champion gave daylong depositions in the case Tuesday and yesterday.

Navratilova and her attorneys contend she wasn't aware the agreement called for a 50-50 split of the $5 million and $10 million accrued during the relationship.

Cycling

As the Tour de France paused for a mid-race break, Greg LeMond was a heavier favorite than ever. Last year, on the way to his third title, LeMond capitalized on the mountain stages to make up a deficit. This year, he heads into the first mountain stage today already in the lead, and experts are wondering if anyone can stop him.

"It's expected that Greg is the favorite," said France's Ronan Pensec, a former teammate. "He wears the yellow jersey and he controls the race."

Flying through

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