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Friday, June 9, 1989 Page 6B Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet CB L10 Sk Horn Away 1 OrMw I I Co p 1 1 0 VanakM 1 jmkalv DNfcan d I TakO ant Tatatt filial laIMn Mt Ma tm-t CM M aja I OP San FiMnt CWeMM I. SwFcandKsaCkKMMt 1 kantlngar. uiionmr -. wmim UrikoUI. IP N in MM : H N RHMSO 4 4 t J IK I I 0 1 ! I J MI t 0 a. a 4 1 I I t Ml I I a IH I I 1 1110 1 Taaao. M-iy, vt aim u Mm. I p-nv Chicago 33 24 .579 6-4 Won 1 17-12 16-12 Montreal 31 26 .625 3 6-4 Lost 2 16-13 15-15 New York 29 27 .518 3V 5-5 Lost 1 17-10 12-17 St. Louis 27 28 .491 5 4-6 Won 2 16-14 11-14 Philadelphia 21 34 .382 11 3-7 Won 3 12-16 9-18 Pittsburgh 21 34 .382 11 2-8 Lost 7 11-13 10-21 Wast Division W L Pet CB L10 Sk Home Away Cincinnati 33 24 .579 7-3 Won 2 19-13 14-11 Houston 34 25 .576 9-1 Won 317-18 SanFran. 33 26 .559 1 5-5 Lost 2 16-10 17-16 SanDlego 30 31 .492 5 4-6 Lost 3 13-13 17-16 LosAngeles 28 29 .491 5 4-6 -Won 1 15-11 13-18 Atlanta 24 34 .414 9Vi 4-6 Lost 1 15-17 9-17 Thursday's Gaines Cincinnati 3, San Franclico 2 St. Louis 7, Montreal 2 Philadelphia 15, Pittsburgh 11 Chicago 5, New York 4, 1 1 Innings Houston 7, San Diego 6, 10 Innings Only games scheduled Friday's Games St Louis (DeLeon 7-3) et Chicago (Sanderson 6-3). 2:20 p.m. Philadelphia (Youmans 1-3) at Montreal (De Martinez 5-1), 7:35 p.m. Naw York (Fernandez 4-2) at Pittsburgh (Drabek 3-5). 7:35 p.m. Atlanta (Lllllqulst 4-3) at Houston (Forsch 1-1), 8:35 p.m. Cincinnati (Rljo 5-2) at Los Angeles (Herahlser 7-4), 10:35 p.m. San Olego (Hurst 5-4) at San Francisco (D. Robinson 3-4), 10:35 p.m. Saturday's Games Cincinnati at Los Angeles, 3:20 p.m. Ssn Diego at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. St. Louis at Chicago, 4:05 p.m. New York at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Philadelphia at Montreal, 7:35 p.m. Atlanta at Houston, 8:35 p.m. Sunday's Games Philadelphia at Montreal. 1:35 p.m. New York at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. St. Louis at Chicago, 2:20 p.m. Atlanta at Houston, 2:35 p.m. Cincinnati at Los Angeles, 4:05 p.m. San Diego at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division Cook a 1 1 I 1 LaCoaa L I 1111 um i t i OJaduon 4 U s 1 1 4 1 OajHa WI 1 H 1 t 1 4 rVontoVIl I I 1 LaCaMpMchodtolbanonNiffvjMi. wf cook. Lamm. Umptrab Home Rung; Pint, kannart; Sacond, aVacklanrJat. Tnt-ox Snoot. 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Chicago 7 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Boston (Smlthson 2-4) at New York (Dotson 2-3), 7:30 p.m. Seattle (Zavaras 0-1) at Cleveland (Candlottl 6-3), 7:35 p.m. Detroit (Tanana 5-5) at Toronto (Stleb 4-3), 7:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Clutterbuck 2-3) at Baltimore (Tlbbs 2-0). 8:05 p.m. Chicago (Reuss 4-2) at Minnesota (Rawley 3-5), 8:05 p.m. California (McCasklll 7-1) at Kansas City (Lelbrandt 3-6). 8:35 p.m. Oakland (Stewart 10-2) at Texas (Hough 3-6), 8:35 p.m. Saturday's Gamas Detroit at Toronto, 12:10 p.m. Boston at New York, 4 p.m. Seattle at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m. Milwaukee at Baltimore, 7:35 p.m. California at Kansas City, 8:05 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 8:05 p.m. Oakland at Texas, 8:35 p.m. Sunday's Games Boston at New York. 1:30 p.m. Milwaukee et Baltimore, 1:35 p m. Seattle at Cleveland. 1:35 p m. Detroit at Toronto, 1:35 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota. 2.15 p.m. California at Kansas City. 2:35 p.m. Oakland at Texas. 8:35 p.m. Stcond, Quick; Third. Davri. T-3:. 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Arkamat I Saturday, J una I Wail Otvilan Gamt 3 - Toxat 7, Long Btach State 1 Gama 4- Miami Fla. & Loultlano Stat, 1 Sunday, Juna 4 Gama 5 - ArkantM 7, North Caroilrw 3, North Carolina aiminattd Gamal-Florida Statu wlcnlta saw 0 FSaXl B'ham results Game 7 - Louisiana Slate I Long Beach State 5, Long Beach State eliminated Game - Texas 11 Miami Fla 2 Tetatt 42 5 11 S New Varti CNcaga no no loi e4 Ml Ml 0 1-5 One out wtten wirmlng run scored. E-Magadan 1 Darling, Mc Knight LOB -New York 5, Oitcago 12 n-Jeftorles I WINtarson, Ramov Mauilli. HR-Mtlendon 151. Hjohnson (I3. McReynoids (7) Game t - Wichita State 1 Arkansas 4 Arkansas eliminated Game 10 - Louteiana State 4, Miami, Fla i Miami, Fla. eliminated Wednesday, June 7 Gama II - Wichita State 7, Florida State TlMrtday, Juna 0 Game 12 - Texas 12, Louisiana State 7, Uwisienfe St. eliminated Friday, June Game 13 - Florida State. 54-17. vs. Wichita State, 44-14, 0: 10 p m BIRMINGHAM. 1 AP) - Here are the results from Thursday nighrs races at the Birmingham Race Course Racing will resume Friday at 7 p m Racel-lmiteTOyards, MaktenJyr tup, Ckn My CaelKU Rvckty) 7JOM03JIO TrauHed ljms (BuctWian, LOO 7.46 BaMad Tattw (Crews) J0 (l-)SJM0 1 1 Ml 0MJJ0 Trttcte( l-e-J) sn;. 01 Trtivcta Bom SStUO Time 1:47 J Race 2-1 mite 70 yards, 3 . Up; Ctm Gen Merit! (Verdeur) AM 3.20 2J0 r f Warner) 4JJ0 3J0 jaadv Uwrance) 3.20 i(MS40J0 (9-2) IrtJJO a M) 01I3J0 tl TrMacltt Baa SSLf OoOy DeuMe M) tlMO tweracet; SVi 1 Baldski't Ace Buckley 15-1 2 Son ol Venus Crews 5-2 3 Light de Fuse Buchanan 10l 4 Socond Okie Soto 20-1 5 Great OMitKlion Johmon IM 4 P.J 's DoubieaOulnnO-l 7 Wawjrlng Redwood FeoXler 9-2 0 Reasobit Lowrance H 9Modei Lad Warner 3-1 W Hide Your Eyes Wirth IM Rar S - SX300 pumi CaBemeTiQ, IX 3 veett eld and upwaO wjaacli have fiat wan a race at 1909; 5 Ivrlenaa 1 1 Limbo Lrrrvited Crews 12-1 w 2 Crafty Ride Schleni 2-1 3 Pacific Road Lowrance 15-1 4$ S Prince Price 4-1 5 He's My Guy Foster 20-1 Buy a Prosiwcl Singh S-l 7 alerter Pride Jones 20-1 0 Rebels View Warner 7-2 Race taUOO punei tVlalaan OalmtwB, SIO400; J years eld and iawaU; 4 turtetw 1 Mawr's Slipper Connolly 20-1 2 Fatty's Fantasy Perei 10-1 3 Beautiful Greek Bourque S-2 4 Distinctive Cnarm aQuinn tVI 5 So Fire So Good Lowrance 0-1 ePondoll Reeves 4-1 7 Divorce Torres 2-1 0 C4mino Oei Aner Broussard 1 1 9 Dream South Wirth 10-1 Race 7 12,700 puna; Claerning, 04000; Fien and Mavet, 3 years oM ond ttpwerrj wtHch have never wen Bsree races; One mHe 1 Lucradance Broutsard 4-1 2 PtMfor of Attorney Soto 0-1 3 Lovely Dutchess Brown e-l 4 Witch of Dixieland Torres S-2 5 Dors Gal Gomai 2-1 4 Roman Toga Lowrance 101 I Karen's Rakn Bwrque 10-1 Race - K200 parse; Adewanca. 3 years eMnetf price af UODOer lets In 1 100 and 11 $vlertengs 1 Satellite Buchanan 2-1 2 Bass Gonrge Gomel 4-1 3 Tug Acktci 0-1 4 Famous Card Jones KM 5 Crowned Socially Tamln 4-1 0 Rock House Bourque 9-5 Race 9 - taLM pur fwe races; 5 1 Fleet Tony Torres 101 2 Tappin' Out a Tune Bcejrque 12-1 3 Elusive Treasure Gomel 5-2 4 Century Cowttoy Lowrance 5-1 5 Bama Ribof Acksel 101 4 Purple Rain Johnvxi 9-2 7 Mai s Treasure Dupuis 4-1 0 Youthful Confidant Crews 01 9 Dover's Pride Anderson 15-1 W Prince 04gger Montiei 4-1 LvtVtV'J Briefly J ax's A tkinson wins triathlon Brand! Atkinson, a ninth grader at Jacksonville High School, took first place among senior girls at the Ironkid Triathlon in Atlanta on May 21. Besides winning a gold medal, she also won a trip for herself and her parents to Dallas where Brandi will compete in the Ironkid nationals this September. Atkinson, a member of the Anniston Swim League, competed in the girls' senior division. The event, held at South DeKalb Community College, included a 200-yard swim, a six-mile bike ride and a 1.5-mile run. Atkinson finished first with a time of 34 minutes, 47 seconds. Brandi's mother, Judy Atkinson, said her daughter won the competition by four seconds. She said the meet was run in heats and they did not learn of their victory until the final award was announced. "There was no way of knowing who won until the very end," said Mrs. Atkinson. "You sat there and they gave out all these awards. The last one they gave out was in her age group. You're sitting there ... it was something else." Brandi won her heat easily, but trailed slightly after the swimming portion. She made up her ground during the bike portion, taking a nine second lead going into the run. Mrs. Atkinson said 173 boys and girls from ages 7 to 14 competed in junior and senior devisions at the triathlon. Two other members of the Anniston Swim League will attempt to qualify for the Ironkid nationals at an upcoming district meet in Augusta, Ga. Clay Cabaniss, a Wellborn student, will attempt to qualify in senior boys and Rob Smith, who attends Donoho, will attempt to qualify in junior boys. Turner to Montevallo Alexandria High School catcher Ken Turner has signed a grant-in-aid to play college baseball next year with Montevallo. Turner, a member of The Anniston Star's All-Calhoun County baseball team, batted .397 this past season for the Valley Cubs. He was a member of the area all-star team that participated in the Lions Club statewide tournament. He survived cuts all the way to Decatur. Turner signed with the Falcons on June 2. Roberson corrected White Plains pitcher Mike Rober son's name was misspelled in Thursday's Anniston Star. Roberson was named to the All-County County 1A-3A baseball team. He hit .320 last season. Mordecai on All-South team South Alabama shortstop Mike Mordecai made the Converse-American Baseball Coaches' Association All-South Region baseball team for the third consecutive year. The 1989 team was announced Thursday by Mississippi State baseball coach and ABCA South Region chairman Ron Polk. Two players from Auburn and one from Alabama also made the team. Auburn first baseman Frank Thomas, a first-round draft pick of the Chicago White Sox, was also named to the team, along with teammate Clark Preble while Cary Williams was the lone representative from Alabama. Thomas hit a SEC-leading .403 clip with 19 homers and 83 RBI. Williams paced the Crimson Tide in seven offensive categories this past year, including batting average (.367), home runs (16) and RBI (61). Ventura sparks Barons Robin Ventura hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning to help the Birmingham Barons to a 6-4 rain-delayed victory over the Charlotte Knights. Ventura's home run came in the top of the fourth after Dan Wagner reached on an error. Aubry Waggoner walked and Wagner scored on a ground ball. Ventura then hit his home run to make it 4-1. NBA From 1B fourth. They had checked the scoring barrage of Joe Dumars, who had scored 26 of his 1989 playoff-high 33 points in the first half. Visions of duplicating last June's Finals when the Pistons won the first game before the Lakers won four of the next six started appearing. But at the end of the third period, adrenalin subsided and reality emerged. The Pistons scored the first 10 points of the fourth and appeared headed for a blowout, taking a 102-95 lead with 4:31 left. In a remarkable display of guts and determination, the Lakers' lesser lights refused to crumble. Before the Pistons could check the momenteum, the Lakers, behind Cooper, Campbell, Mychal Thompson and A C. Green, closed to within 106-104 with 32 seconds left. THE PISTONS COULD not get off a decent shot, settling for an Isiah Thomas airball. With no player gaining possession, the 24-second clock expired and the Lakers had a chance to tie or win with eight seconds left. After a timeout, James Worthy drove to the basket and was fouled by Dennis Rodman with only two seconds left. Yet Worthy, the Lakers' leading scorer throughout the playoffs and an 80.7 percent free-throw shooter through the first 12 postseason games, missed the first free throw. "It just didn't fall," Worthy said. "I went through my normal ritual, shot it and it just rimmed out. It felt good. It wasn't the crowd. There were no distractions. "It just wasn't my night to make it." After another timeout, Thomas received the inbound pass and was immediately fouled. He made both to give the Pistons a three-point lead with one second left. The Lakers did not gain possession in their final chance to force an overtime. The Lakers made only two of 14 fourth-quarter shots and their 13 points over the final 12 minutes tied a league playoff record. "The team stepped forward," Riley said later. "We really felt we could win the game. We just had a tough time converting shots in the fourth quarter. "I'M PROUD OF THE team. I've been proud of them for the 10 years they've been here." Riley then raised eyebrows by saying, "I'm encouraged. I look at it in the proper perspective. I know some may say it sounds bleak, but I think we gave Detroit a lot to think about. I think we'll show big time (at the Forum)." In both regular-season games against the Pistons, Magic was either debilitated or out altogether. Detroit swept both games, and many are expecting a four-game sweep with Scott unlikely to be fit enough to return and Magic's status questionable at best. The last time the Lakers got swept in the Finals was in 1983 by the Philadelphia 76ers. That was when Worthy was out with a broken leg. Norm Nixon was hampered by a sore shoulder and Bob McAdoo was crippled by a. ,!oe injury. Belmont From 1B Downs and by a nose on a fast track in the Preakness. McGaughey considered scratching Easy Goer in the Preakness if it was an off track, but he said he would run, rain or shine, in the Belmont. "Belmont's a different kind of off track than Churchill Downs," McGaughey said. "Easy Goer's trained here and run here in slop, and it hasn't bothered him. "This' time, if the track is off, we're going to give it a try." Heavy rains fell during the week at Belmont with more expected on Friday. Sunday Silence, to be ridden by Patrick Valenzuela, will start from the No. 6 post with Easy Goer and his rider, Pat Day, right alongside in No. 7. The field, in post position order with odds, Irish Actor, 25-1; Imbibe, 12-1; Triple Buck, 15-1; Hawkster, 30-1; Rock Point, 12-1; Sunday Silence, 1-1; Easy Goer, 6-5; Le Voy-ageur, 50-1; Awe Inspiring, 6-5, and Fire Maker, 20-1. Easy Goer not only went off the favorite in both earlier races, but he also was the early favorite. All will carry 126 pounds, and Easy Goer will run as an entry with stablemate Awe Inspiring. Hawkster, trained by Ron McAnally and ridden by Marco Castaneda, is the only horse besides the big two who was in both the Derby and Preakness. Four other horses Irish Actor, Triple Buck, Rock Point and Awe Inspiring had experience in one of the two. Irish Actor, trained by LeRoy Jolley, was seventh in the Derby; then second by six lengths to Imbibe in the Peter Pan two weeks ago at Belmont. Triple Buck, to be ridden by Jose Santos, was ninth in the Derby before winning an allowance race here on May 25, and Rock Point, under Chris Antley, was third in the Preakness. Awe Inspiring, ridden by French Open From 1B The 17-year-old Chang, who saved three set points in the third set, became the youngest-ever men's finalist in Paris and is one step away from becoming the first American to win the French Open men's singles title in 34 years. With her bright aquamarine outfit, her hair tied with a white ribbon, and her squeals and grunts, Seles was the picture of youthful enthusiasm. After dropping the opening set, she shook off her inhibitions and beat Graf at her own game, driving the ball to the lines and drawing uncharacteristic errors from the racket of the normally aggressive West German. "In the first set, I was very scared," Seles said. "I still felt she wasn't beating me that easily. Afterward, I relaxed a little bit." Only when she got to the eighth game of the final set did Seles' strength and spirit break as she tired on the energy-sapping red clay and lost the last three games. "I was getting a little bit tired," Seles said. "We were 4-3, deuce, and I had the chance to win that game. But at that point I was totally exhausted." Exhausted or not, Seles proved if she ever needed to that the new era in women's tennis, so often dubbed the "Steffi and Gabby uub after Graf and Gabnela Sabatini, has a L U C.raio Pprrpt anrl a Ion IrainoH hti Mlanrrhoar was third in the Derby, then won the Jerseynewry,unger' and just as dan8erous member. Derby on May 29. The Yugoslav beat Chris Evert in the championship match of the Virginia Slims of are Houston in April and was 8-0 for the season coming into the French Open where she eliminated No. 4 seed Zina Garrison and No. 6 Manuela Maleeva. LEONARD HEARNS II JUNE 12, 1989 mm The three Triple Crown newcomers Imbibe, Fire Maker and Le Voyageur. Imbibe, trained by Tim Kelly, was second by three-quarters of a length to Fire Maker in the Withers before his Peter Pan victory. Fire Maker, ridden by Jerry Bailey, was fouryh in the Peter Pan after being trapped behind horses. On Thursday, she became the first player in eight months to take a set against Graf in a Grand Slam event. A victory in this tournament would be Graf's record-matching sixth straight Grand Slam title. UVE8 P.M.FR0M AtA tALA $29.95 $34.95 on Day-of-Evenl CALL TO ORDER! 236-7034 IMewChannels Cable Telev ision

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