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F B-2Digest THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Tuesday, March 21,1989 ----- NBA standings NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION EASTERN CONFERENCE . Atlantic Division W L Pet CB New York 44 21 .677 - PrBladeiphia.. 35 30 .531 9 Boston. 33 31 .516 I0'i Washington 30 34 .469 13'J New Jersey 23 43 348 2m Charlotte.... 16 49 . 246 21 Central Division W L Pet GB Cleveland. 41 17 .738 Detroit 45 17 .726 lift Milwaukee. 41 22 .651 6 Atlanta. 39 26 .600 9 Chicago 37 26 . 587 10 Indiana II 46 .281 294 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB Utah 41 24 .631 - Houston 36 28 . 563 4'i Denver 35 30 .538 6 'Dates 31 33 .484 9Vi San Antonio II 47 .277 23 Miami 10 54 .156 30'4 Pacific Division W L Pet GB LA. Lakers. 45 19 .703 - Phoenix 41 23 .641 4 Seattle 37 27 .578 8 Golden State 37 27 . 578 8 Portland 31 32 .492 13'ft Sacramento 19 46 .292 26'i LA. Clippers.. 13 S .203 32 Night game not included SUNDAY'S GAMES Golden State 124, Charlotte 117 New York 128, Milwaukee 104 Cleveland 101, New Jersey 91 Atlanta 113. LA. Lakers 111 MONDAY'S GAMES Boston 119, San Antonio 108 New York 129, Philadelphia 109 Cleveland 103, Washington 97 Miami at Phoenix, night Charlotte at Sacramento, night DaUas at Portland, night TUESDAY'S GAMES Indiana at New Jersey, 7:30 pm Detroit at Atlanta, 8 p.m. Boston at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Denver at Houston, 1:30 pm Utah at Seattle, 10 p m. Chicago at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m. Portland at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. NBA box score SUNDAY'S GAME ' Hawks 113 Lakers 1 1 1 ATLANTA (113) - Levingston 1-2 0-0 2, Wiklns 15-25 2-4 33, Malone 4-14 64 14, Rivers 10-17 6-6 27, Theus 4-9 2-2 10, Cerr 1-4 0-0 2, Koncak 0-1 1-2 1, Battle 7-13 4-7 18. Webb 3-4 04 6. Bradley 0-10-0 0, Tdbert 04 0-O0. Totals 45-90 21-29 113. LA. LAKERS (111) - Green 4 9 8-10 16, Worthy 8-16 2-6 18, Abdul-Jabber 2-7 0-0 4, Johnson 7 17 14 16 29, Scott 8-17 4-5 21, Thompson 2-4 2-2 6, Cooper 3-6 0-0 7, Wooi- ridge 3-5 4-6 10. Totals 37-81 35-45 111. Atlanta 20 34 33 26-113 L.A. Lakers 31 31 27 23-ITI 3-Point goais WiHuns, Rivers, Johnson, Cooper. Fouled out Koncak. Rebounds-Atlanta 46 (Malone II), Los Angeles 61 (Green 14). Assists-Atlanta 29 (Rivers, Webb 6), Los Angeles 26 (Johnson 13). Total fouls-Atlanta 28, Los Angeles 21. TechnicalsLos Angeles coach Riley, Los Angeles megai defense, Atlanta coach Frateno. A 17,505. NBA leaders NEW YORK The NBA Individual scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage and assist leaders through March 19: Scoring G FG FT Pts Avg Jordan, Chi 62 759 490 2031 32.8 Malone, Utah 65 655 565 1879 28.9 Edis, Sea 64 664 305 1752 27.4 Drexler.Port SH 625 325 1598 27.1 English, Den. 65 754 250 1760 27.1 Wikins, Atl. ... 63 658 348 1682 26.7 MuHin, G.S 64 646 369 1679 26.2 Berkley, Phil 61 540 459 1568 25.7 Chambers, Phoe ..64 609 392 1635 25.5 CHaiuwoaHou 605 344 ,5M 24 3 Cummings, MH 63 606 287 1499 23 8 Tripucka,Char 58 473 348 1319 22.7 Johnson, LAI -...59 401 1331 226 Malone, Wash McHale, Bos Ewing, NY Rictwnond, G.S Person, Ind j. E.Johnson, Phoe. . King, Wash 548 253 1350 22 5 530 343 1403 22.3 556 297 1 409 22 0 519 308 1372 21.8 63 ..64 63 -.62 554 193 1341 21.6 169 1117 21 5 285 1291 20.8 52 454 62 502 Field Goal Percentage FG FGA Pet Rodman, Det. . Berkley, PhD. .. Parish, Bos Ewing, N.Y. .. McHale, Bos. .. Nance, dev. ... . 244 408 .598 . 540 936 .577 . 470 819 .574 . 556 973 .571 . 530 955 .555 . 422 763 .553 . 759 1375 .552 Jordan, Chi. .. Stockton, Utah 394 723 . 545 Daugherty.Clev 438 807 .543 Thorpe, HOU 387 720 .538 Rebounding G OH Def Tot Avg Olaiuwon, Hou 64 Parish, Bos 63 267 588 264 533 317 432 305 461 217 493 855 134 797 12.7 749 12.3 766 120 710 109 682 10.7 681 10.5 627 100 Barkley, Phil. .. ...61 Malone, Atl. . Malone, Utah 65 Oakley, N.Y 64 Eaton, Utah 65 Cage, Sea 63 B Williams, N.J 58 Thorpe, Hou 64 Laimoeer, Det 61 575 9 9 413 629 483 595 98 9.8 No. Avg. 881 13.6 Stockton, Utah .... Johnson, LAL K Johnson, Phoe. . Porter, Port. .. Thomas, Det - McMillan, Sea Jackson, N.Y Price, Clev. Floyd, Hou Lever, Den Cheeks, PN .. 127 120 9.7 90 89 88 86 8.3 7.7 7.7 Team Offense G 65 64 64 64 , 63 Pts. 7725 7569 7537 7449 7219 7304 7195 7133 7199 7080 6909 6881 6973 6827 6832 6694 6568 6743 6121 6713 6905 6689 6754 6714 6287 Avg 118 8 1183 117.8 116.4 New York Phoenix Golden St Portland -.. L A. Lakers ... Philadelphia ... Seattle Atlanta Cleveland Milwaukee .... Washington ... Houston Boston Indianapolis ... Chicago Detroit 114.6 114.1 112.4 111.5 . 64 . 64 . 65 . 64 . 63 . 63 110.8 110 6 1097 1092 1090 1084 1068 1063 105.9 1054 1049 104.9 1046 104 5 1039 1033 982 . 63 . 62 . 64 . 65 . 64 . 66 . 64 . 65 . 65 San Antonio Utah L.A. Clippers ... New Jersey Dallas Sacramento Charlotte Miami Team Defense G 65 62 64 63 63 64 63 64 65 Pts. 6479 6283 6498 6575 6579 6714 6706 6825 6933 6915 6936 7048 7291 7188 7099 7034 7162 7164 7184 7324 7118 7282 7J98 7479 7556 Avg Utah Detroit Cleveland Chicago Milwaukee Dallas - . Boston LA Lakers ... Atlanta Houston Seattle Miami New Jersey .... Sacramento .... Philadelphia .... Washington ... San Antonio ... tndianapoks Phoenix Charlotte Portland New York Golden St L.A. CHppers .. . Denver . 997 1013 1015 1044 1044 104 9 106 4 1066 106 7 108 0 1084 . 64 . 64 66 65 64 63 64 . 64 64 . 65 . 63 . 64 . 64 . 64 . 65 110 I 110 5 110 6 1109 1117 1119 1119 112 3 1127 113 0 1131 115 6 1161 116 2 CBA playoffs First Round (Best-of-seven) EASTERN DIVISION Albany vs. Wichita Falls Friday, March 17 Afcany 113. Wichita Fans 111 titiirrliw Marrti II I Wichita Fans at Albany, Albany leads series i-v Tuesday, March 21 ' Albany at Wichita Fans , Tutsa vs. Pensacala Tuesday, March H Tutsa 113 Pensacoia 103 tuufauulaw Marrti 1$ Tulsa 114, Pensacoia 99, Tutsa leads series 2-0 Tuesday, March 21 Tutsa at Pensacoia WESTERN DIVISION Rapid City vs. Cedar Rapids CiaiHaw Marrti Ft Rapid ply 96. Cedar Rapids II, Rapid City leaos series i-v Tuesday, March 21 Cedar Rapids at Rapid City Quad City vs. Rocktord Thursday, March 16 Quad City 118, Rockford 117, Quad City 'eads series 1-0 Saturday, March Quad City 105, Rocktord 101, Quad City eads series 2-0 Tuesday, March 21 Quad City at Rockford NCAA tournament All Times EST EAST REGIONAL First Round At Greensboro, N.C Thursday, March 16 Siena 86, Stanford 78 Minnesota 86, Kansas State 85 West Virginia 84, Tennessee 68 Duke 90, South Carolina State 69 At Providence, RJ. Friday, March 17 N. Carolina State 81, South Carolina 66 Iowa 87, Rutgers 73 Georgetown 50, Princeton 49 Notre Dame 81, VanderbHf 65 Second Round At Greensboro, N.C Saturday, March Duke 70, West Virginia 63 Minnesota 80, Siena 67 At Providence, RJ. x Sunday, March 19 Georgetown 81, Notre Dame 74 N.C State 102, Iowa 96 Semifinals At East Rutherford, N J. Friday, March 24 Minnesota 19-1 1 vs. Duke, 26-7, 7:41 p.m. Georgetown 28-4 vs. N.C State 224, 30 mintues after first game Championship At East Rutherford, NJ. Sunday, March 26 Georgetown-N.C. State winner vs. Minnesota-Duke winner 4:05 p.m. SOUTHEAST REGIONAL First Round At Nashville, Tenn. Thursday, March 16 Louisiana Tech 83, LaSale, 26-5, 74 Oklahoma 72, East Tennessee State 71 Virginia 100, Providence 97 Florida State 97, Middle Tennessee St. S3 At Atlanta Friday, March 17 Michigan 92, Xavier 87 South Alabama 86, Alabama 84 North Carolina 93, Southern U. 79 UCLA 84, Iowa State 74 Second Round At Nashville, Tenn. Saturday, March II Oklahoma 124, Louisiana Tech 81 Virginia 104, Middle Tennessee St. 88 At Atlanta Sunday, March 19 Michigan 91, South Alabama 82 North Carolina 88. UCLA 81 Semifinals At Lexington, Ky. Thursday, March 23 Oklahoma 30-5, vs. Virginia 21-10, 7:41 pm Michigan 26-7 vs North Carolina 29-7, 30 mintues after first game Championship At Lexington, Ky. Saturday, March 25 Oklahoma-Virginia winner vs. Michigan-North Carolina winner, 1:58 pm MIDWEST REGIONAL First Round At Indianapolis Thursday, March 16 Louisville 76, Arkansas-Little Rock 71 Arkansas 120, Loyola Marymount 101 Illinois 77, McNeese State 71 Bat State 68. Pittsburgh 64 At Dallas Friday, March 17 Syracuse 104, Bucknen si Colorado St. 68, Florida 46 Missouri 85, Creighton 69 Texas 76, Georgia Tech 70 Second Round At Indianapolis Saturday, March II linois 72, BaH St. 60 Louisville 93, Arkansas 84 At Dallas Sunday, March 19 Missouri 108, Texas 89 Syracuse 65, Colorado St. 50 Semifinals At Minneapolis Friday, March 24 Illinois 29-4 vs. Louisville 24-8, 8:09 p.m. Missouri 29-7 vs. Syracuse 29-7, 30 min tues after first game cnampionsnip At Minneapolis Sunday, March 26 Illinois-Louisville winner vs. Missouri- Syracuse winner, 1:15 p.m. WEST REGIONAL First Round At Boise, Idaho Thursday, March 16 Aritona 94, Robert Morris 60 Clemson 83, St. Mary's, Calif. 70 Nevada-Las Vegas 68, Idaho 56 DePaul 66, Memphis State 63 At Tucson, Ariz. Friday, March 17 Evansvle 94, Oregon State 90, OT Seton Hat 60, SW Missouri State 51 Indiana 99, George Mason 85 Texas-El Paso 85, Louisiana State 74 Second Round At Boise, Idaho Saturday, March IS Nevada-Las Vegas 85, DePaul 70 Arizona 94, Clemson 68 At Tucson, Aril. Sunday, March 19 Seton Han 87, Evansville 73 Indiana 92, UTEP 69 Semifinals At Denver Thursday, March 23 Seton Hall, 28-6, vs. Indiana, 27-7, 8:09 pm Arizona, Tt-i. vs. Nevaoa-ias vegas, 28-7, 30 mintues after first game. Championsnip At Denver Saturday, March 25 Arizona-UNLV winner vs. Seton Hall-In diana winner, 4:05 p.m. THE FINAL FOUR At Seattle Semifinals Saturday, April 1 East champion vs. West champion Southeast champion vs. Midwest cham pion tnampionsnip Monday, April 3 East-West champion vs. Southeast-Mid west champion, 9:08 pm NCAA Division II AH Times EST South Region At Jacksonville, Ala. Sunday, March 19 Final Jacksonville St., Ala., 89, Tampa 67 Quarterfinals At Springfield, Mass. March 23 Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 24-6, vs. South east Missouri State, 24-5, 1:05 pm Jacksonville St., Ala., 26-4, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 24-6, 3:05 p.m. UC-Riverside, Calif., 27-4, vs. Millersvile, Pa 2fr6. 6:35 p.m. North Caroline central, 25-4, vs. sacred Heart, Com., 22-9, 8 30 pm March 24 Semifinals Wisconsin-Milwaukee-Southeast Missouri State winner, vs. UC-Riverside, Calif.-MiltersviHe, Pa. winner, 6:35 p.m. North Carolina Centrai-Sacred Heart, Conn, winner, vs. Jacksonville St., Ata.-Ken-lucky Wesleyan winner, 8:35 p.m. March 25 Third Place Semifinal losers, 6 05 p m. Championship Semifinal winners, 8:05 p.m. NCAA women All Times EST EAST REGIONAL First Round Wednesday, March 15 St. Joseph's 82, Vanderbitl 68 La Sane 72, Connecticut 63 James Madison 94, Providence 74 West Virginia 66, western Kentucky 57 Second Round Saturday, March Tennessee 91, La Salle 61 Sunday, March 19 Virginia 81, West Virginia 68 Ohio State 81, James Madison 66 Long Beach State 84. St. Joseph's 65 Semifinals At Bowling Green, Ky. Thursday, March 23 Virainia. 21-9, vs. Tennessee, 31-2 Ohio State, 24-5, vs. Long Beach Stale, 29-4 Championship Saturday, March 25 Virginia-Tennessee winnver vs. Ohio St -Long Beach St. winner, noon MIDEAST REGIONAL Fa-Si Round Wednesday, March II Temple 90, Holy Cross 80 Georgia 90. T em -Chattanooga 69 Ok Dominion 66. ViKanova 41 Rutgers 95. Southern Mississippi 73 Second Round Saturday, March a North Caroline St 75, Rutgers 73 Clemson 78. Georgia 65 Sunday, March 19 Auburn 88. Temple 54 Mississippi 74. Od Dominion 58 Reds Michael Reds 4, Tigers 3 PLANT CITY, Fla. Terry McGriff's solo homer in the seventh inning off reliever Mercedes Esquer proved the game-winning run Monday. The Reds jumped to a 3-0 lead in the fifth when Ken Griffey led off with a triple off Dave Beard. McGriff then hit a sacrifice fly. Jeff Treadway singled, then scored on Herm Win-ningham's double. Barry Larkin singled to score Win-ningham. The Reds went ahead, 4-0, on McGriff's homer. The Tigers rallied for three runs in the ninth off reliever John Franco, who gave up four singles and a walk. The good Rookie right-hander Scott Scudder overpowered the Tigers for five innings, striking out four and allowing just three hits . . . Chris Hammond, Rob Dibble and Tim Birtsas all pitched one scoreless inning of relief. The bad Franco suffered his first bad inning of the spring, allowing three runs on four hits, though he struck out semifinals At Auburn, Ala. Thursday, March 23 Clemson, 20-10, vs. Auburn, 29-1 Mississippi, 22-7, vs. North Carolina State, 244 Championship Saturday, March 25 Clemson-Auburn winner vs. Mississippi vs. N Carolina St., 6 p.m. Championship At Auburn, Ala. Saturday, March 25 Semifinal winners, TBA MIDWEST REGIONAL First Round Wednesday, March 15 Tennessee Tech 77, South Carolina 73 Purdue 91, Arkansas 63 Oklahoma State 93, Miami, Fla. 63 Illinois State 100, Northwestern State, La. 79 Saturday, March Yj Iowa 77, Tennessee Tech 75 Stanford 105, Illinois St. 77 Sunday, March 19 Louisiana State 54, Purdue 53 Louisiana Tech 103, Oklahoma St. 71 Semifinals At Ruston, La. Thursday, March 23 Louisiana Tech, 30-3, vs. Louisiana State, 19-10 Iowa, 27-4, vs. Stanford, 27-2 Championship Saturday, March 25 Louisiana Tech-LSU winner vs. towa-Stanford winner, I pm. WEST REGIONAL First Round Wednesday, March IS Bowling Green 69, Cincinnati 59 Montana 82, FuHerton State 67 Washington 87, Hawaii 79 Nev.-Las Vegas 67, Utah 53 Second Round Saturday, March H Maryland 78, Bowling Green 65 Stepnen F. Austin 73, Washington 63 Texas 83, Montana 54 Nev.-Las Vegas 84, Colorado 74 Semifinals At Austin, Texas Thursday, March 23 Maryland, 27-2, vs. Stephen F. Austin, 30-3 Nevada-Las Vegas, 27-6, vs. Texas, 264 Championship Saturday, March 25 Maryland-Stephen F. Austin winner vs. UNLV-Texas winner, 10 pm THE FINAL FOUR At Tacoma, Wash. Semifinals Friday, March 31 Mideast champion vs. Midwest champion East champion vs. West champion Championship Sunday, April 2 Mideast-Midwest champion vs. East-West champion. Women's Oiv. II Semifinals March 24 At Cleveland, Miss. Bentley, Mass., 30-2, vs. Cal Poly-Pomona 27-5 Delta St., 28-4, vs. Central Missouri, 29-3 Third Place March 25 Semifinal losers Championship March 25 Semifinal winners NIT All Times EST v Second Round Monday, March 20 Alabama-Birmingham 64, Richmond 61 ViHanova 76, Perm State 67 Connecticut 73, California 72 Ohio State 85, Nebraska 74 St. Louis 73, Wisconsin 68 Michigan state 79, Wichita State 67 Tuesday, March 21 Oklahoma St 17-12, at St. John's, 16-13, I p.m. Pepperdine, 20-12, at New Mexico, 21-9, 9:35 p.m. Third Round March 22-24 Teams, sites and times TBA Semifinals March 27 At New York Teams and times TBA Championship March 29 At New York Semifinal winners, 9 p.m. Third Place Semifinal losers, 7 pm NAIA tournament At Kansas City, Mo. All Times EST Quarterfinals Friday, March 17 East Centre Okla. 77, Siena Heights, Mich. 67 Central Washington 87, Wheeling Jesuit, W.Va. 78 Wis.-Eeu Claire 88. Hastings, Neb. 73 St. Mary's, Texas 81, College of Idaho 66 Semifinals Saturday, March E. Central, Okla., 58, Wis.-Eau Claire 56 St. Mary's, Texas 60, Central Washington 58 Championship Monday, March 20 E. Central, Okla., 254, vs. St. Mary's Texas 27-5. night NAIA women At Kansas City, Mo. All Times EST Quarterfinals Friday, March 17 St Ambrose 90. Doane 69 Claflm. S C 91, Central State. Ohio 85 Arkansas Tech 78. Waylend Baptist 66 Southern Nazarene 92, Western Washington 68 THE FINAL FOUR Semifinals Saturday, March Claflm 90, St Ambrose 89 Southern Nazarene 73, Arkansas Tech 57 Championship Monday, March 20 Clathn, S C., 35-0 vs. Southern Nazarene, 35-2. night report Paolercio three. The quote From Reds' announcer Joe "The Old Left-hander" Nuxhall, on why left-handed pitchers have a reputation for being flakey: "Because we're not right-handed, I guess." The box DETROIT CINCINNATI abrhbl ebrhb' Pettiscf 50 10 Larkinss 20 11 Lovu3b 3 0 0 0 HarnmondpO 000 WhitakerJb 3 100 Trilto lb 1000 Nokesc 3 110 Sabo3b 40 10 LyimH 3 0 0 0 EDaviscf 1000 Esquerp 0 0 0 0 Harrisss 2 0 10 Hennemanp 0 0 0 0 Denielslf 30 10 Beanpn 1111 Youngbldlf 1000 Morelandlb 3 0 0 0 ONeilrf 2 0 0 0 Brognalb 1 0 0 0 Sniderrf 100 0 Lemonrf 40 10 Griffey lb 3110 Pedriquess 40 11 Dibblep 0 0 0 0 Beard p 2 0 10 Birtsas p 0 0 0 0 Bergmanlf 2 0 11 Francop 0 0 0 0 McGriff c 2 112 Oester 2b 10 0 0 Treadwy 2b 2 I 1 0 Scudder p 10 0 0 Winnghm cf 2 1 1 1 Totals 34 3 7 3 Totals a 4 I 4 Detroit 000 000 003-3 Cincinnati 000 030 Krx-4 E-Pedrique. DP-Detrolt 1. LOB-Detroit 7, Cincinnati 3. 2B-Pettis, Wirmngh-am 3B-Griffey.HR-McGriff (D.SB-Sa-bo. SF-McGritf. IP H R ER BB SO BeardL.0-2 5 5 3 2 2 2 Esquer 2 2 110 2 Henneman 1 1 0 0 0 1 Cincinnati Scudder W, 1-0 5 3 0 0 0 4 Hammond 1 0 0 0 0 0 Dibble 1 0 0 0 0 Birtsas 1 0 0 0 0 1 Franco 1 4 3 3 1 3 HBP-Lovutk) by Scudder, Nokes by Hammond. T-2:ll. A-6,596. Hockey NHL standings NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA x-Washington 37 26 10 84 273 231 x-NY Rangers 36 30 8 80 293 279 .-Pittsburgh 36 31 7 79 316 320 Philadelphia. 33 33 7 73 282 259 New Jersey 25 37 12 62 254 297 NY Islanders 24 44 5 53 240 301 Adams Division y-Montreal 50 18 7 107 295 211 x-Boston 33 27 14 80 266 235 .-Buffalo 34 32 7 75 270 280 x-Hartford 33 35 5 71 269 269 Quebec 25 41 7 57 249 314 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division W L T Ptl GF GA .-Detroit.... 32 30 12 76 293 293 SI Louis 28 34 12 68 258 270 Minnesota 26 32 15 67 245 261 Chicago 25 37 12 62 279 309 Toronto 25 43 6 56 237 319 Smythe Division y-Calgary 48 16 9 105 325 209 x-Los Angeles 37 30 6 80 350 314 ..Frtmonton 36 31 8 80 308 288 Vancouver.. 32 34 8 72 229 224 Winnipeg 24 38 11 59 mi J x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division title SUNDAY'S GAMES Hartford 3, Boston 2 Philadelphia 8, Toronto 6 Edmonton 3, N Y. Islanders 2 Chicago 5, Detroit 3 MONDAY'S GAMES N.Y. Rangers 7, St. Louis 4 New Jersey 3, Vancouver 1 Buffalo 4, Winnipeg 1 Minnesota 7, Pittsburgh 2 TUESDAY'S GAMES N.Y. Islanders at Calgary, 9:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Edmonton, 9:35 p m. Baseball Exhibition baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE W Pet. Toronto Cleveland Minnesota Kansas City Texas New York Oakland .. Milwaukee Seattle California Chicago 14 14 ..... 10 9 9 . 10 10 10 8 8 11 7 7 ..... 5 .778 .737 .588 .563 .563 .556 .526 .476 .471 .444 .440 .412 .412 .294 Pet. .706 .688 .556 .533 .526 .526 Detroit Boston NATIONAL LEAGUE W St Louis .... San Diego .. Cincinnati .. Atlanta 12 , 11 10 8 . 10 . 10 . 8 , 7 , 7 . 7 Los Angeles . Pittsburgh San Francisco Philadelphia New York Houston Montreal .421 .412 .389 .368 .333 .263 5 S Chicago .. NOTE: Split-squad games count in standings, ties do not SUNDAY'S GAMES N.Y. Mets 4, St. Louis 1 Philadelphia 4, Kansas City 3 Pittsburgh 6, Toronto 2 Boston 7, Cincinnati 2 Los Angeles 4, Houston 1 Montreal 16, N Y. Yankees 8 Minnesota 3, Atlanta I Detroit 7, Chicago White Sox 5 Texas 14, Baltimore 10 Oakland 7, Milwaukee (ss) 1 Cleveland 5, Chicago Cubs (ss) 4 Chicago Cubs (ss) 6, Milwaukee (ss) 0 San Diego 8, Seattle 6 San Francisco 12, California 7 MONDAY'S GAMES At St. Petersburg, Fla. Pittsburgh (ss) 000 080 0W-1 3 1 St. Louis 000 001 001-2 7 0 Madden, Reed (4), Landrum (7), Gofl (9) and LavaDiere, BilarOeHo (7); Heinkel, DiPino (3), Worrell (6), Peters (7) and Pena, Zeile (6). W-Pefers, 1-0. L- Gott, 2-1. At winter Haven, Fla. Kansas City 220 OTI 340-TJ H 1 Boston 001 032 002- I 10 I Gubicza, Sanchez (6), Luecken (8) and Macfarlane, Owen (6); Boyd, Lamp (5), Bolton (7), Woodward (8), L Smith (9) and Gedman, Marzano (9). W Sanchez 2-0. L-Lamp 0-1. HR-Boston, Reed (I). At Clearwater, Fla. New York (N) 200 100 010-4 II Philadelphia 202 101 OOx-i 1 Fernandez, Leech (7) and Lyons, Lom-bardl (7); Freeman, O'Neal (6), McWiKams (9) and Nieto. W-Freeman. 1-0. L-Fernan-dez, 0-1. Sv-McWWams (1). HRs-New York, H.Johnson (I). Philadelphia, Herr (I). At Sarasota, Fla. Pittsburgh (ss) 000 200 101-4 1 1 Chicago (A-ss) 000 001 100-2 9 1 Walt, Walker (7), Robinson (I) and Prince; Hiftegas, Rosenberg (7), Pal (9) and Karkovice, Willard (5). W-Wafc, 2-0. L-Hil-legas 1-1. At vera Beach, Fla. Atlanta aw 100 2015 12 0 Los Angeles 111 002 001-6 14 0 PSmith, Sutter (7), Greene (I) and BenecSct; Leery, Fischer (7) and Dempsey, Reyes (7), Rice (9). W -Fischer, 1-0. L-Greene, 1-1. HRs-Atlanta, Thomas (1). Los Angeles, CGwynn ( 1 ), Scioscia ( 1 ). At West Palm Beach, Fla. Baltimore 000 000 000-0 I I Montreal . 0 000 00x-l 7 1 Bautista, Williamson (7), Thurmond (8) and NKbors, Gross, Vaktez (7), Burke (9) and Santovema. W-Gross, 24. L-Bautista. 1-1. Sv-Burke (2). J5 at Fart Lauderdale. Fla. Minnesota 000 072 m-i New York (A) . .WO 000 103-5 S 2 rin. R Smith (4), Cook (7), Pittman (8), J.WiKiams (9), Gonzalez (9) and Olson, Webster (8); Leiter, Noles (7), McCuHers (9) and Slaught, Quirk (7). W-R.Smith 1-0. L-i niter 1-1. HRs-Minnesota, Davidson (1), GaefH (2), Laudner (1), Sorrento (3). At Dunedln, Fla. . Houston " use kw i Toronto 020 101 0OX-4 9 0 Knepper, Mason (7), O.Smith (8) and Trevino; Cerutti, Henke (6), Wens (8), Ei-chhorn (9) and Borders. W-Ceruttl, 34. L-Knepper, o-l. HR-Toronto, Borders (4). At Yuma, Ariz. . . . Milwaukee 000 000 ow-i n San Diego 103 000 21K-7 12 2 Wegmen, Mirabela (4), Veres (5), Watkins (7) and Rodriguez, Engle (7); Hurst, Booker (7), M.Davis (9) and S.Atomar, Parent (6). W-Hurst, 3-1. L-Wegman, 0-2. HR San Diego, Martinez (5). At Mesa, Ariz. San Francisco 420 300 200-11 e o Chicago (N) 000 MO 103- 5 12 1 Wilson, Brantley (5), Sorensen (7), Mc-Clellan (9) and Manwaring; Harkey, Perry (4), Pico (6), Lancaster (8), Schiraldi (9) and Berryhill. W-Wilson, 14. L-Harkey, 0-1. HR San Francisco, Mitchell (1). At Palm Springs, Calif. 0.land 000 000 300-3 9 1 California 010 001 000-2 1 1 Wojna, Baiies (4), Skalskl (7), urosco (9) and Tingley, Skinner (7); Witt, Abbott (7) and Schroeder. W-Balles, 2-0. L-Abbott, 2-1. Sv-Orosco (1). HR-Oeveland, Snyder (2). TUESDAY'S GAMES Cincinnati vs. St. Louis at St. Peters burg, Fla., 1 pm Pittsburgh vs. Boston at Winter Haven, Flo 1 pm. Atlanta vs. Philadelphia at uearwaier, Fla., 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees iss) vs. w.r. imeis ai Port $t. Lucie, Fla 1:05 p m. Los Angeles vs. Montreal ai west rm Beach, Fla., 1:30 pm Toronto vs. Minnesota at urianoo, i-ia 1:35 p.m. Houston vs. Kansas city ai names uiy, Fla., 1:35 pm Milwaukee vs. sen uiego ai rumo, r- Iz. 3:05 pm. Oakland vs. 3an r-rancisco ai aeons- dale, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs vs. Seattle at tempo. Ariz 3:05 pm Cleveland vs. California at raim springs, Calif., 4:05 p.m. Boston vs. Detroit at LaKeiano, ria t.Mi p.m. Baltimore vs. N.Y. Yankees (ss) at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 7:30 pm Chicago White Sox vs. Texas at uaya- mon, Puerto Rico, 8:05 p.m. Soccer 1 MISL standings W L Pet GB 24 13 .649 21 17 .553 Vl 18 19 .486 6 18 19 .486 6 18 20 .474 m 15 20 .429 8 16 22 .421 IVi Dallas Los Angeles... Tacoma SUNDAY'S GAMES San Diego 4, Dallas 3 MONDAY'S GAMES No games scheduled TUESDAY'S GAME Los Angeles at Baltimore, 7:35 pm Deals BASEBALL American League Baltimore Orioles-Sent Juan Bell, thnrittnn: .inte Mesa. Mike Smith and Cesar Mepa, pitchers; Chris Hoiles, catcher, and Ralel Skeete, outfielder, to Rochester of the International League, opnonea Leo uomez, infie'der, to Hagerstown of the Eastern League Released Ken Landreaux, outfielder. Detroit Tigers-Assigned Mile Cuyler, outfielder; Pat Austin, Infielder, and Dan Dimascia, catcher, to Toledo ot me international League. Kansas City Royals-Purchased the contract of Nick Castaneda, first baseman-designated hitter, from Yucatan of the Mexi can League. Milwaukee Brewers-Placed Dale Sveum, shortstop, and Juan Nieves, pitcher, on the 21-day disabled list, retroactive to Sunday. New York Yankees Traded Steve Shields, pitcher, to the Minnesota Twins for Balvino Galvez, pitcher. Seattle Mariners-Sent Dave Hengel, outfielder, and Clint Zavaras, pitcher, to Calgary of the Pacific Coast League, and Jerry bott, catcner, ana ran it luiwiuii, himciubi, to Williamsport of the Eastern League. National League Chicago Cubs-Assigned Kevin Coff-man, pitcher, and Dwight Smith, outfielder, to Iowa of the American Association, and Shawn Boskie, pitcher; Derrick May, outfielder; Kelly Mann, catcher, and Greg Smith, infielder, to Charlotte of the Southern League. Sent Rick Wrona, catcher, and Dave Owen, infielder, to their minor league camp for reassignment. Los Angeles Dodgers-Sent Mike Mu-noz, John Wetteland and Mike Hartley, pitchers, Dave Henson, third baseman; Jose Vizcaino, shortstop, and Carlos Hernandez, catcher, to their minor league camp for reassignment. Pittsburgh Pirates Sent Brett Gideon, pitcher; Dann Bilardeik), catcher; Orestes Destrade. first baseman; Jeff Kino, infielder. and Jeff Cook and Bernie Tatis, outfielders, to their minor league camp for reassignment. San Francisco Giants Optioned Stu Tate, pitcher, and Charlie Hayes, infielder, to Phoenix of the Pacific Coast League. Assigned John Burkett, pitcher, outright to Phoenix, and Paul McOellan, Doug Robertson and Russ Swan, pitchers; Jose Pena, catcher, and Andres Santana, shortstop, outright to Shreveport of the Texas League. Sent Larry Sorensen, pitcher, to their minor-league camp for reassignment. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association Los Angeles Clippers Signed Ennls Whatley, guard, to a 10-day contract. Portland Trail Blazers-Signed anion Wheeler, guard, tor the remainder of the season. FOOTBALL National Football League Houston Oilers Signed Ceivin Magee, tight end. Kansas City Chiefs-Signed Greg Gaines, linebacker; Dan Saleaumua, nose tackle, and Troy Wokow, guard. COLLEGE Auburn-Announced that Sonny Smith, head basketbal coach, has resigned to accept the same position at Virginia Commonwealth. BYU Named Roger Reid head basketball coach. Dayton Fired Don Donoher, head basketbal coach. East Carolina-Named Ron Looper inside linebackers coach. Kentucky-Announced the resignation of Dwayne Casey, assistant basketball coach. Missouri-Named John Little swimming and diving coach. Etc. College results MEN'S TENNIS at Hilton Head S.C Xavier 9, Emory and Henry I Singles: Zern det Carr 6-1, 6-3, Kornen-derger det. Everett 6-2, 6-1, Berry def. Graham 7-6, 6-2, 6-3, Schilthte def. Bollon 6-3, 6-2, Stockhausen def. Miller 6-2, 6-2, Boezovich det Campbell 6-4, 6-2. Doubles: Zern-Kroenbert def. Evert-Graham 6-2, 6-2, Clark-Granger def. Carr-Bolton 6-4, 7-6, Sheehan-Stockhosen def. Campbell-Cooper 2-6, 6-1, 6 love Records: X 2-1. EH 3-1. Xavier's next match: at S. Carolina State on Tuesday. St. John's 8, Cincinnati 1 Singles: Boyer def. Bowman 6-1, 6-2, Matuf SJ def. Grimm 6-4. 6-4, Monks SJ Det. Helmers 7-5, 6-6, Correa SJ def. Mahan 6-3, 6-2. Cortale SJ def. Yates 7-5, 7-5, Polestino SJ def Tipp 7-6. 6-4 Doubles: Bowman-Grimm (UC) def. Correa-Stang 7-4, 6-7, 6-4, Matus-Polestino SJ def Yates-Hekners 6-4, 7-6, Boyer-Viliegas S J def Lewis-Schuiz 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 Records UC 2-4, SJ 1-0 UC's next game: at Eton Coiege Wednesday at 8:30 am MEN'S GOLF Jaguar Classic First Round Jones Creek Go II Course, Augusta GA Team scores: 1. USC-Aiken 304; 2. Augusta College 307 (blue team), 3. (tie) Eastern Kentucky, Northwestern 309, 5. Bat State 310; 6. Campbell University 311; 7. Wright State 314; 8. Georgia State 315; 9. (tie) Univ. of Akron, Youngstown State 317; II Ohio University 319. ,12. Alabama Birmingham 321; 13. Mercer 322, 14. Georgia College 331; 15. Univ. of Cincinnati 332; 16. Augusta College (white team) 333. Individual scores: Canter 81; Bisher 82; Ciampone 84; Marsh and Schreck 85. The Latest Line (Home team in CAPS) NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Favorite Points Underdog NEW JERSEY 4 Indiana ATLANTA 3 Detroit MILWAUKEE llvi Boston HOUSTON 8 Denver SEATTLE 4V Utah LA LAKERS 10 Chicago GOLDEN STATE I Portland COLLEGE BASKETBALL NIT TOURNAMENT Second Round Favorite Points Underdog ST JOHN'S Vn Oklahoma St. NEW MEXICO 8 Pepperdine NCAA TOURNAMENT Southeast Regional Semifinals At Lexington, Ky. Thursday, March 23 Favorite Points Underdog Oklahoma 6'1 Virginia West Regional Semifinals At Denver, Colo. Favorite Points Underdog Arizona Vi UNLV East Regional Semifinals At East Rutherford, N.J. Favorite Points Underdog Duke 10 Minnesota Midwest Regional Semifinals At Minneapolis, Minn. Favorite Points Underdog Illinois 3 Louisville Odd provided by. Jim Feist Sports, Las Vegas, Nev. Beulah results MONDAY AFTERNOON ' Weather showery. Track muddy. ! 1CA l UiVfl. (lil Patchadoo'lSe'xton) 5.20 2.60 2.60 Me Runt's Brother (Truiilo) 3.40 3.00 Chief Tonka (Stannard) 5 40 Off 1:31. Time 1:05 4-5. Perfecta (8-7) paid $13.80. 2nd-2,500, cl, 4YO up, Sf. Button Bit (Gehrl) 4.00 3.00 2.20 Helen's Cabrini (Matias) 4.40 3.20 Neavlt (Gonzalez) Off 2:03. Time :59 2-05. Scratched-Uncle Truitt. Daily Double (8-7) paid H5.80 Consolatin Double (8-3) paid 56.00. Perfecta (7-4) paid 131.20. 3rd-6,150, cl, 3,4YO, i'if. Elmo's Rtremnt (Grss) 16.80 6.40 3.60 Red Marble (TruiiBo) 3.40 2.40 Eddie's Pay Day (Gonzalez) 5.60 Off 2:27. Time 1:07. Scratched-Toldlu-cy. Perfecta (4-2) paid S39 80. 4th-2,600, cl, 4YO up, lmi.70yds. CndylndKd(Mts) 23.40 5.40 4.60 My Man Stormy (Gehrl) 3.40 3.00 Grinnell Express (Rohena) 4 80 Off 2:53. Time 1:45 4-5. Trifecta (9-4-8) paid S519 40. Sth-2,500, cl, 344YO, lmi.70yds. LveMeAlwys(Mrn) 5.20 3.60 3.20 Her Tracks (Rozman) 6.80 4.80 Elegant Baby ( Vergara) a.20 Off 3:20 Time 1:44 4-5. Scratched-Ra-mapoa, Everydaysapicnic. Perfecta (5-3) paid J34.60. SI 1st Half Twin Trifecta (5-3-10) paid SI 12.00. 6th-2,600, cl, 4YO up, 1 l-Mmi. Swallow (Vergara) 6.40 4 40 3.60 Sunny Tracer (S.Truiillo) 5.80 3.60 Spartan Drums ( Tauzin) 7.00 Off 3:47. Time 1:46 1-5. Scrafched-Geronimo J., Johnny Canyon, T V. Legacy. Trifecta (7-6-3) paid 1183.00. SI 2nd Half Twin Trifecta (5-3-10-7-6-3) paid $3,921.07. ( 1 Ticket). 7th-2,600, el, 3YO up, kni.70yds. CaMeMarv(Godoy) 9.80 3.80 3.40 Jusf Enough (Vergara) 6.40 5.40 Chappy Boy (Zook) 5.40 Off 4:12. Time 1:45 1-5. Scratched-Mix-otogist. Perfecta (5-9) paid 579.40. Trifecta (5-9-4) paid Sl,36t.B0. 8th-2,50O, cl, 4YO up, 5 if. Lucy's Surprise (Costa) 7.00 4O0 300 Private Love (Wydick) 5.00 5.00 Vicarious Thrill ( Zook ) 3.20 Off 4:37. Time 1:06 3-5. Perfecta (3-4) paid 546.80. 9!h-3,4O0, cl, 3YO, 6f. llnsnShdw (Mts) 14.00 4.80 2.60 RickA.Stro(Kuzel) 360 220 Gemographer (Moranl z.iu Off 502. Time 1:11 3-5. Perfecta (5-4) paid $38 40. 10th-2,SOO, cl, 4YO up, 61. HIBIdPrncss(Wydck) 9.60 4.60 3.60 Time For Toasls (S.Truiillo) 16.00 4 80 Sailing Twister (Zook) 10.00 Off 5:28 Time 1:14 3-5. Late Double (5-4) paid $69.80. Pick Three (3-5-4) paid $314.60. Trifecta (4-1-2) paid $3,017.80. Attendance U13. Handle $292,132.00. Lebanon results MONDAY NIGHT Weather rain. Track good. 1st: Conditioned Pace, $1,300 Frh'sEncreIR Pvr Jr.) 3.00 3.60 2.80 Shardaye (D.Pfister) 5.80 5.80 SugarRoselJ.EssigJr.) 5.20 Time-23 4-5. 2nd: Conditioned Pace, $1,200 Brown Gazelle (E. Jennings (16.40 5.00 4.60 Max Attack ID. Miller) 3.20 2 20 Ozzoo(R.Thvps) 3.00 Time-2fl6 1-5. Daily Double: (8-9) $32.00. Qulnella: (6-9) $11.60. 3rd: Claiming Trot, $1 job Bill's Skipper (D.Cromer) 7.20 4.60 2.80 Chancey's Pride (E.Honious) 18.20 4.60 LadyLooAnn(J.EssigJr) 3.80 Time-2:08 3-5. Quinella: ( 1-5) S2.40. 4th: Conditioned Pace, $1,300 Dakota Bret (S.Noble) 3.00 2.20 2.40 Barny Way (M.McNabb) 6.40 5 20 Volunteer Dave (J. Smith) 5.80 Time-2:03 2-5. Trifecta: (7-4-1) $134.80. 5th: Conditioned Trot. $2,200 Boulder Hill (D Brumbaugh) 6.20 3 60 2.20 Final Four (B. Weaver) 3.20 2.40 Credibility Gap (R. Taubert) 2.40 Time-2:06 2-5. Pertecta: nt-oj sn.60. 6th: Claiming Pace, $1,500 Gktn'sPrde(K.AIbrtsn) 15.00 11.60 5.80 C Anne Marc (K. Holiday) 5.00 3.60 G.G. Messenger (J. Essig Jr.) 4.60 Time-203 Tntecta: (9-8-zi S84i.au. 7th: Claiming Pace, $1,200 Wave 0(D. Cromer) 13.00 5 80 3.20 Fritzie Demon (R. Paver) 7.80 3.40 Watta Slapstick (D.lvins) 2.60 Time-2:05 3-5. Twin Trifecta, first halt: (5-7-3) $58.40. 8th: Conditioned Pace, $1400 General's Ivy (M.Evers) 25.80 5.80 360 Pleased I'm Sure (5 Noble) 2.6U l Julie's Surprise ( D.S. Miller ) 3.00 Time-2 04 2-5. Trifecta: (64-7) $250 00. 9th: Conditioned Pace, $1,500 Purple Dynamite (D. Miller) 4.60 3.00 2.10 Tak About (R. Paver) 4.60 2.10 Wildest Dreams (K. Justice) 2.10 Time-2:05 4-5. Twin Trifecta, second haH: (7-9-4) $7,632.50. Perfecta: (7-9 ) 526.00. VJth: Conditioned Pace, $1400 Wzrd Of Ink (D. Brmbgh) 9.40 4.00 3.20 Dorothy Lane (K. Justice) 2.60 2.60 VanDancer I J. Hiteman) 6.60 Time-2:04 4-5. Perfecta: (4-3) 524.00. 11th: Claiming Pace, $1,200 Happy Mo (J. Smith) 17 40 5.00 3 40 O B 'S Falcon Eddie ID. Miller) 3.60 2 60 Clever Fella (J. Essig Jr.) 4.80 Time-2:04. Trifecta: (1-2-3) $317 40. Hande: $184,373. Attendance: 1,728. TALK SHOWS Sports View: Headline News, Storer Cable Channel 24, 5:54 p.m., 6:54 pm, 7:54 pm and 8:54 p.m. SportsTalk with Tim Moreland: WCKY-AM (1530), 6 p.m. SportsTalk with Bob Trumpy: WLW-AM (700), 6 pm. Sports Can: WIOK-FM (95 3), 7 p m. The Pete Gillen Show, WVXU-FM (91.7), 8 p.m. (Tues.) PRO BASKETBALL Indiana Pacers at New Jersey Nets, Channel 64, 7:30 p.m. Detroit Pistons at Atlanta Hawks, WTBS-Cabie, 8 p m. Chicago Butts at Los Angeles Lakers, WTBS-Cabie, 10:30 p m. BOXING Top Rank Boxing: Tony Thornton vs. Kevin Watts m a middleweight bout sched- (uted tor 12 rounds, from Atlantic City, N.J. ! (Live), ESPN, 9 p m. BASEBALL Cincinnati Reds vs. St Louis, WLW-AM (700), 1 pm. . I Horse mJ Racing J1 1 Harness Racing I TVRadio Sports digest Job at VCU goes to Sonny Smith Sonny Smith, head basketball coach at Auburn for II years, was hired Monday by Virginia Common-urpaith' Rams to reolace Mike Pollio. I lett a program that I loved," Smith said. "But I felt I could win quicker here than I could at Auburn." Smith, 52, has an overall 203-177 record in 13 years as a head coach, including two years at East Tennessee State. At Auburn his teams were 173-154 and Smith was Southeastern Conference coach of the year in 1984 and 1888. But the Tigers suffered thrnncrh a Hismal 9-19 record this year and failed to make the NCAA Sonny Smith playoffs for the first time in six years. Smith, a native of Roan Mountain, Tenn., has been an assistant coach at William & Mary, Virginia Tech and Pepperdine and coached high school ball in Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana and Kentucky. Margo Adams arrested . Margo Adams, the former girlfriend of Boston Red Sox third baseman Wade Boggs, was arrested Sunday for allegedly trying to shoplift a $258 coat, authorities in Costa Mesa, Calif., said. Adams, 33, was held by security officers at the South Coast Plaza shopping mall, police Lt. Alan Kent said. Adams was taken to the police substation at the mall, where she was cited ' for petty theft, a misdemeanor, Kent said. She was released after signing a promise to appear in court. This was not Adams' first run-in with the department store, Nordstrom's. In January, she pleaded guilty to eight counts of using an El Dorado Bank MasterCard that wasn't hers to run up $4,871 in charges at Nordstrom, Knott's Berry Farm and other businesses. She was ordered to make restitution and was placed on three years' informal probation. Gomez pressed to advance Ecuador's Andres Gomez survived a five-set challenge and Zina Garrison and Manuela Maleeva, seeded fifth and sixth in the women's draw, won in straight sets Monday night in the opening round of the International Players Championships at at Key Bis-cayne, Fla. The 15th-seeded Gomez joined Aaron Krickstein, seeded 10th among 128 men, in winning in five sets. He stopped Jan Gunnarsson of Monaco, while Krickstein came back to beat Brazil's Luiz Mattar. Garrison and Bulgaria's Maleeva, meanwhile, breezed through night matches at the International Tennis Center with Garrison beating Jennifer San-trock, 6-4, 6-0 and Maleeva defeating Australia's Jenny Byrne, 6-1, 6-3. . New Mexico case 'overkill' The investigation and indictment of former University of New Mexico athletic director John Koenig is a bad case of prosecutorial overkill, Koenig's attorney said Monday. "I think the theory seems to be, if you throw enough dirt at the wall some of it will stick, even if there is nothing there," David Norvell said. Norvell said Koenig, who now lives in Cape Girardeau, Mo., come to New Mexico for arraignment within the next couple of weeks. Koenig, 45, and two former associate athletic directors were indicted Thursday by a Bernalillo County grand jury. Koenig was named in 47 counts that included charges of fraud, making or permitting false public vouchers and criminal solicitation to commit fraud. 1 Earnhardt widens point lead Dale Earnhardt's second-place finish in Sunday's Motorcraft 500 stock car race increased his lead in the NASCAR Winston Cup standings. Earnhardt, who has rarA0A turn thirH-nlarp finishes to no alomz with his second, has accumulated 510 points through the first trio 9Q-Pvpnt season. Earnhardt is a Lilies 10V.l0 vyj. uik. three-time Winston Cup . . Chemung, N.Y., and Alan ivuiwicki oi ureemiew, Wis., are tied for second in the Winston Cup standings with 441 points apiece. Darrell Waltrip, whose victory in the Motorcraft 500 was his second of the year, is fourth with 436, while Sterling Marlin is fifth with 431. Ken Schrader leads the Winston Cup circuit in money-winnings with $281,080, followed by Waltrip ($280,125). Allison named ail-American Steve Allison of Wittenberg University and Norwood High School was named Division III first-team All-American by the National Association of Basketball Coaches Monday. Allison, among the school's leading all-time scorers, was previously named Ohio Athletic Conference player of the year. U.S. soccer match set The United States will play its second home World Cup qualifying match on May 13 against Trinidad and Tobago at El Camino Community College in Torrence, Calif. The United States, which last qualified for the World Cup in 1950, opens the five-team, double-round robin qualifying on April 16 at Costa Rica. The United States then hosts Costa Rica on April 30 at Fenton, Mo. Elsewhere . . . Kenyon College of Ohio captured the NCAA Division III swimming and diving title for a record 10th straight time. The Lords' winning streak, which began in 1980, sets the NCAA record for most consecutive titles in any sport in any division. Malcolm Elliot of Britain became the overall leader of the 26th Catalonian Week cycling race after he won the two sectors which divided the first leg Monday. Elliot's overall time was 2 hours, 21 minutes, 34 seconds, followed by Stephan Guay of France and Javier Quevedo of Spain. The Houston Oilers on Monday signed tight end Calvin Magee, an unrestricted free agent who has spent the last four years with the NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers. at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil South American heavyweight boxing champion Adilson "Maguila" Ro-drigues of Brazil won a unanimous decision over James "Quick" Tillis in a 10-round fight Monday night. Defendant Norby Walters suffered an arm injury en route to the courtroom Monday, forcing a one-day postponement in the trial of two sports agents accused of defrauding universities and threatening athletes. ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES . w. - champion. Geoff Bodine of i e r- r' l J

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