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B2 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS SPORTS MONDAY, JUNE 12,2006 • SCOREBOARD local Calendar 9). Tuesday Baseball Larks vs. Sallna at Larks Park. 7:30 p.m. (1- Junlor Legion at Saltna, TBA (DH). Renegades at Phllllpsburg, 6:30 p.m. (DH). Wednesday Baseball Larks vs. Wichita Twins at Larks Park, 8 p.m. (DH). Legion at Pueblo (Colo.) tournament, TBA. Junior Legion vs. Dodge City at TMP field, 6 p.m. (DH). Thursday Baseball Legion at Pueblo (Colo.) tournament, TBA. Junior Legion at Russell tournament, TBA. Friday Baseball Larks vs. Southwest (Mo.) Slashers at Larks Park. 7:30 p.m. (1-9). Legion at Pueblo (Colo.) tournament, TBA. Junior Legion at Russell tournament, TBA. Renegades at Norton, 6:30 p.m. (DH). Saturday Baseball Larks vs. Southwest (Mo.) Slashers at Larks Park, 6p.m. (DH). Legion at Pueblo (Colo.) tournament, TBA. Junior Legion at Russell tournament, TBA. Renegades In Western Kansas Invitational, TBA. Sunday Baseball Larks vs. Southwest (Mo.) Slashers at Larks Park, 7:30 p.m. (1-9). Legion at Pueblo (Colo.) tournament, TBA. Junior Legion at Russell tournament, TBA, Renegades In Western Kansas Invitational, TBA. Baseball Major league standings American League East Division W L Pet GB Boston 36 25 .590 — New York 35 26 .574 1 Toronto 34 28 .548 Z^h Baltimore 29 35 .453 8'A Tampa Bay 26 37 .413 11 Central Division W L Pet GB Detroit 40 23 .635 — Chicago 38 24 .613 1V4 Cleveland 30 32 .484 9V4 Minnesota 28 34 .452 11V4 Kansas City 16 45 .262 23 West Division W L Pet GB Texas 34 29 .540 — Oakland 32 31 .508 2 Seattle 31 34 .477 4 Los Angeles 27 35 .435 6Vz Sunday's results Boston 5, Texas 4 (Game 1) Texas 13, Boston 6 (Game 2) Oakland 6, N.Y. Yankees 5 Detroit 10, Toronto 5 Minnesota 4, Baltimore 0 Tampa Bay 8, Kansas City 2 Seattle 6, L.A. Angels 2 Cleveland 10, Chicago White Sox 8 Today's games Tampa Bay (Kazmlr 7-4) at Detroit (Verlander 7-4), 6:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Contreras 6-0) at Texas (Koronka 4-3), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Benson 6-5) at Toronto (Janssen 5-3), 6:Q7-p,m. Kama's' Qity (Keppel 0-1) at LA. Angels (E.Santana 5-3), 9:05 p.m. Tuesday's Games Cleveland (Byrd 5-4) at N.Y. Yankees (Wang 6-2), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (McClung 2-8) at Detroit (Rogers 8-3), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Loewen 0-0) at Toronto (Halladay 7-1), 6:07 p.m. Chicago While Sox (Garland 4-3) at Texas (Loe 3-5), 7:05 p.m. Boston (Schilling 9-2) at Minnesota (J.San- lana 6-4), 7:10 p.m. Seattle (Mover 3-5) at Oakland (Blanton 5-6), 9:05 p.m. Kansas City (Snyder 0-0) at L.A. Angels (Jered Weaver 3-0), 9:05 p.m. National League East Division W L Pet GB New York 39 23 .629 — Philadelphia 33 30 .524 6V4 Atlanta 30 34 .469 10 Washington 30 34 .469 10 Florida 23 37 .383 15 Central Division W L Pet GB St. Louis 37 25 .597 — Cincinnati 36 27 .571 1 Vi Houston 32 32 .500 6 Milwaukee 30 34 .469 8 Chicago 26 36 .419 11 Pittsburgh 25 39 .391 13 West Division W L Pet GB Los Angeles 35 28 .556 — Arizona 34 29 .540 1 San Diego 32 31 .508 3 San Francisco 32 31 .508 3 Colorado 30 32 .484 4V4 Sunday's results Washington 6, Philadelphia 0 Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati 3 Houston 14, Atlanta 4 St. Louis 7, Milwaukee 5 L.A. Dodgers 6, Colorado 5 Florida 7, San Diego 3 Pittsburgh 7, San Francisco 5 N.Y. Mets 15, Arizona 2 Today's games Colorado (Francis 4-5) at Washington (Ortiz 5-4), 6:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Jackson 0-0) at Cincinnati (Harang 7-4), 6:10 p.m. Tuesday's games Atlanta (Smoltz 4-4) at Florida (J.Johnson 44), 6:05 p.m. St. Louis (Carpenter 4-3) at Pittsburgh (Perez 2-7). 6:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Glavine 9-2) at Philadelphia (Madson 6-3), 6:05 p.m. Colorado (Fogg 3-4) at Washington (O'Connor 3-3), 6:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Davis 3-4) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 8-2), 6:10 p.m. Houston (Peltitle 5-7) at Chicago Cubs (Marshall 3-4), 7:05 p.m. San Francisco (Wright 5-5) at Arizona (Gonzalez 1-0), 8:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Sele 3-0) al San Diego (Park 3-3), 9:05 p.m. Major league boxscore American League Devil Rays 8, Royals 2 TAMPA BAY KANSAS CITY ab r h bl ab r h bl JLugo ss 5111 DJesus cf 4010 Crwfrd If 5233 Grdzln 2b 4021 Cantu 2b 5010 Mnlkw 1b 4011 Gomes dh 4332 Stairs dh 4000 Huff 3b 4131 Teahen 3b 4020 ToPerz 3b 0000 Brown If 4000 Baldelli d 5041 Cosla rl 4010 Bmyan rl 3000 Beiroa S3 4110 Hollins rf 1000 Bako c 3120 Paul c 5120 TLee 1b 3000 Totals 40 8 17 6 Totsll 35 2 10 2 Tampa Bay 012 101 111—8 Kansas City 000 000 200—2 DP—Tampa Bay 2, Kansas City 1. TP— Kansas City 1. LOB—-Tampa Day 9, Kansas City 8. 2B—Gomes (11), Baldelli (1), Paul (5), Bako (2). HR—JLugo (4), Crawford 2 (8). Gomes 2 (17), Huff (3). SB—Mlantkiewlcz (2). CS—Crawford (5). IP H HER BB SO Tampa Bay Shields W.2-0 6 60015 Meadows 1 32210 RLugo 1 10000 TyWalker 1 00000 Kansas city Elarton L.1-8 4H 64441 Gobble 2« 62203 JoPeralta 1« 3 2 2 0 0 Umpires—Home, Ron Kulpa; First, Dale Scott; Second, Dan lassogna; Third, Bob Davidson T—2:57. A—17,792 (40,765). Major league llnescores American League Game 1 Red Sox 5, Rangers 4 Texas 100 012 000—4 8 0 Boston 011 000 003—6 11 1 Millwood, Mahay (7), Feldman (7), Otsuka (9) and Bara|as; Beckett, Rlske (6), Delcarmen (8) and Varitek. W—Delcarmen 1-0. L—Otsuka 2-2. HRs—Texas, Mench (11). Boston. DOrtiz (18), MRamlrez (16). Game 2 Rangers 13, Red Sox 6 Texas 140 001 331—13 22 1 Boston 000 004 110— 6 12 0 Wasdin. Mahay (6), Bauer (7), Corey (B) and Laird: Pauley, Tavarez (6), Seanez (7), Foulke (8) and Mlrabelll. W—Wasdin 1-0. L—Pauley 02. Athletics 6, Yankees 5 Oakland 011 201 010—6 8 0 New York 200 030 000—S 5 2 Zlto, Calero (8), Street (9) and Kendall; Chacon, MMyers (6), Proctor (6), Smith (7), Famsworth (7), MRivera (B) and Posada. W— Zlto 7-3. L—Farnsworth 2-4. Sv—Street (14). HRs—Oakland, Swlsher (17), DJohnson 2 (6). New York, Posada (8). Tigers 10, Blue Jays 5 Detroit 100 025 020—10 12 0 Toronto 010 012 100— 590 Robertson, Grill! (6), Zumaya (7) and (Rodriguez: Taubenheim, Rosarlo (5), Tallet (6), Chulk (6), Schoenewels (8), Frasor (8) and BMolina. W—Robertson 6-3. L—Taubenheim 03. Sv—Zumaya (1). HRa—Detroit, IRodrigue: (5). Toronto, Rlos (12), Glaus (19), Hillenbrand (11), BMolina (5). Twins 4, Orioles 0 Baltimore 000 000 000—0 3 0 Minnesota 000 202 OOx—4 8 1 Bedard, Brltton (6), Rleal (7), BChen (8) and RaHernandez; Lirlano, JRincon (8), Nathan (9) and Mauer. W—Liriano 5-1. L—Bedard 5-6. HH—Minnesota, Momeau (14). Mariners 6, Angels 2 Seattle 010 030 200—6 10 1 Los Angeles 100 000 100—2 4 2 FHernandez and RRivera; JtWeaver, Romero (6), HCarrasco (7), Shields (9) and JMollna, Napoli (9). W—FHemandez 6-6. L— JfWeaver 3-9. HRs—Seattle, Ibanez (12), Reed (3). Indians 10, White Sox 8 Cleveland 012 041 110—10 11 3 Chicago 002 000 000— 8 12 0 Westbrook, JaDavis (9), RBetancourt (9), Wlckman (9) and VMartlnez; FGarcIa, Tracey (6), Montero (9) and Pierzynskl. W—Westbrook 6-3. L—FGarcIa 7-4. Sv—Wickman (9). HRs— Cleveland, Michaels (5), Hafner (18), VMartlnez (10), Belllard (4). Chicago, Cintron (2), BrAnder- son (5). National League Nationals 6, Phillies 0 Philadelphia 000 000 000—0 3 0 Washington .003 100 02x—6 9 0 Hamels, Sanches (6), Geary (7), Condrey (8) and Fasano; Hill, Bray (8), SRivera (9) and Pick. W—Hill 1-1. L—Hamels 1-1. HRs—Washington, Flck(1), Ward (4). Cubs 9, Reds 3 Chicago 000 020 250—9 12 0 Cincinnati 000 010 110—3 5 1 Marmol, Aardsma (7), Ohman (7), Eyre (8), Novoa (9) and Barrett; Milton, Weathers (8), CHammond (8), RiWhlle (9) and Ross. W—Marmol 1-0. L—Milton 4-3. HRs—Chicago, Nevin (2), Cedeno (2), NPerez (1). Cincinnati, Dunn (20), BPhlllips (7), Ross (7). Astros 14, Braves 4 Atlanta 012 010 000— 411 1 Houston 432 005 OOx—14 17 0 HoRamlrez, Vlllarreal (2), Paronto (4), McBrlde (5), Reitsma (6), Yates (6), Remllnger (8) and McCann, Pratt (B); WRodriguez, Sampson (7), TreMiller (8), Barzllla (8), Borkowski (9) and Munson. W—WRodriguez 8-3. L—Ho- Ramlrez 2-2. HRs—Atlanta, Renterla (8), CJones (7), Francoeur (13). Houston, Lane (10), Munson 2 (3), Cardinals 7, Brewers 5 St. Louis 211 300 000—7 9 0 Milwaukee 111 200 000—5 7 1 Suppan, TJohnson (5), Hancock (5), Flores (7), Wainwrlght (8), Isringhausen (9) and YMoll- na; Bush, Capellan (5), Kolb (8) and Moeller. W—Hancock 3-2. L—Bush 4-6. Sv—Isringhausen (20). HRs—St. Louis, YMolina (2). Milwaukee, Weeks (6), BHall (15), Fielder (10). Dodgers 6, Rockies 5 Los Angeles 200 200 002—6 10 0 Colorado 100 002 200—5 12 0 DLowe, Broxton (6), DBaez (8), Salto (9) and Martin; Cook, Mesa (8), Fuentes (9) and Torrealba. W—DBaez 4-3. L—Fuentes 1-1. Sv—Salto (4). HRs—Los Angeles, Kemp 2 (6). Colorado, Helton (5). Marlins 7, Padres 3 Florida 020 130 001—7 14 1 San Diego 200 000 010—3 12 1 Moehler, Messenger (8), Tankersley (B) and Ollvo; Peavy, Sweeney (6), Cassidy (9) and Bard. W—Moehler 4-5. L—Peavy 4-7. Sv— Tankersley (1). HRs—Florida, Uggla (10), CRoss (3). Pirates 7, Giants 5 Pittsburgh 000 110 050—7 12 2 San Francisco 010 003 100—5 10 1 Maholm, Capps (7), STorres (8), Grabow (8), MGonzalez (9) and Paulino; Schmidt, Accardo (7), Worrell (B), Hennessey (B), Kline (9) and Alfonzo. W—Capps 2-1. L—Worrell 2-2. Sv— MGonzalez (11). HHs—Pittsburgh, JBaulista (6). San Francisco, Alou (9), Durham (5). Mets 15, Diamondbacks 2 New York 300 480 020—15 15 0 Arizona 000 011 000— 281 PMartinez, Oliver (6), Fellciano (8), HBell (9) and RCastro; RuOrtiz, Jarvis (4), Aquino (6), LVIzcaino (7), Valverde (8), Julio (9) and CSny- dev (8), JEstrada. W—PMartinez 6-2. L—RuOr- tiz 0-5. HR—Arizona, JEstrada (5). Larks linescores Sunday Hays 4, Southwest Slashers 0 Hays (4-2, 3-2) 000 000 202 — 4 8 0 Southwest 000 000 000 — 0 B 2 Springslon, Elam (5), Monterey (B) and Day; Tiegs. Reagan (8), Harden (8) and Wasllowski. W — Elam (1-0). L — Tlegs. Sv — Monterey (2). Saturday Game 1 Southwest Slashers 2, Hays 1 Hays (3-1, 2-1) 000 001 0 — 1 61 Southwest 000 101 x — 000 101 x — 2 3 2 Johnson, Drobeck (6) and Day; Kelsey and Pena. W — Kelsey. L — Drobeck (0-1). 2B — Doke, Southwest. Game 2 Southwest Slashers 3, Hays 1 Hays (3-2,2-2) 000 000 1 — 1 4 1 Southwest 001 020 x — 3 7 0 Grijalva, Drobeck (4) and Washburn; Turmall, Speak (6) and Peterson. W — Turmall. L — Grijalva (0-1). Sv — Speak. 2B — Klngrey, Roberts, Southwest. Basketball NBA Finals Schedule / results Dallas vs. Miami Thursday, June 8 Dallas 80, Miami 80 Sunday, June 11 Dallas 99, Miami 85, Dallas leads series 2-0 Tuesday, June 13 Dallas at Miami, 8 p.m. world CUB EMILIO MORENATTI / Associated Press Australia's Craig Moore, right and Japan's Naohiro Takahara challenge for the ball during their World Cup Group F soccer match in Kaiserslautern, Germany earlier today. Australians shock Japan in Group F Mexico scores two second-half goals in 3-1 victory over Iran KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany (AP) — Australia found a perfect time to score its first World Cup goals. Three of them — in the last nine minutes. Substitute Tim Cahill scored twice late Monday and John Alois! got one in stoppage time as the Socceroos shocked Japan 3-1 their Group F opener. The Aussies didn't appear capable of even tying the game after falling behind in the first half. But Cahill equalized when he picked up a loose ball off a throw-in and beat Japan goalkeeper Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi with a right-footed shot in the 84th minute. Kawaguchi erred in coming out of his net. Five minutes later, with the Japanese clearly off- balance, Cahill scored from 20 yards with a right- footed shot. Although the stunned Japanese pushed up for a second goal, it was Australia's Aloisi who found the net in the final seconds, finishing off the comeback for his nation's first World Cup win. Australia's only other trip to the World Cup was in 1974, when it failed to score a goal in losing to host West Germany and East Germany and tying Chile 0-0. Shunsuke Nakamura gave Japan a lead hi the 26th minute, floating a cross from 25 yards that sailed in over the head of Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer. Schwarzer failed to grab the ball when he crashed into a group of players. Japan forward Naohiro Takahara made contact With Schwarzer as the two jumped, but there was no foul and Schwarzer walked off at halftime shaking his head. Japan is in its third straight World Cup. Co- hosts in 2002, the Japanese lost 1-0 in the round of 16 to eventual semifinalist Turkey Mexico's grieving goalkeeper kept things close, then the scorers took over at the World Cup. Goalkeeper Oswaldo Sanchez, who flew home Thursday for his father's funeral and rejoined the team in Nuremberg, was tested early by Iran. He held firm, then the highly ranked Mexicans got two second-half goals for a 3-1 victory Omar Bravo scored his second goal of the match in the 76th minute and Mexico's Brazilian-born striker Antonio Naelson, known as Zinha, headed in a clincher in the 79th. It was only the second win in a World Cup game in Europe for Mexico. Sanchez, who was given flowers and condolences from the Iranian team before the match, turned hi a solid outing just 24 hours after returning from Mexico — so much so that coach Ricardo Lavolpe said the keeper appeared "to have an angel watching over him." Sanchez was mobbed by his teammates after the win. "In the first half, everyone was very nervous," Lavolpe said through a translator. "We weren't getting possession of the ball, hi the second half, the team stabilized. We had more possession and that's why we won the game." Added Zinha: "It's just one match, nothing more." In Leipzig, Arjen Robben scored the only goal as the Netherlands opened its World Cup campaign with a 1-0 victory over Serbia-Montenegro. Later Sunday, Portugal beat Angola 1-0 in Cologne in the other Group D match. hi Nuremberg, Iran and Mexico struggled through a chaotic first half played at a frantic pace. Bravo's first goal was offset by defender Yahya Gol- mohammedi's score, but Mexico dominated the second half as Iran faded. "At halftime, I insisted that they play more offensively than in the first half," Iran coach Branko Ivanovic said. At Leipzig's 43,000-seat Zentral Stadion, more than half the fans wore orange shirts in support of their team. They saw the Netherlands' Robben, prematurely balding at 22 — but playing with a veteran's savvy — slide Robin van Persie's pass into the net on a breakaway The Netherlands' win put it in first place along with Argentina in Group C, considered to be the toughest of the first round. Argentina beat Ivory Coast 2-1 Saturday "If half the stadium is orange again in Germany, you feel it is an honor again to play for your country It is special to play," Netherlands captain Edwin van der Sar said. Besides scoring the only goal, Robben couldn't be caught under a scorching sun and made sure the Serbians always had to keep plenty of players back. "I was lucky he was on our side today," Netherlands cb'ach Marco van Basten said. "We always...:.' create a lot of chances, but not a lot of goals." Serbia's players were disgusted by coach Hija Petkovic's defensive tactics. Midfielder Ognjen Koroman called them "cowardly" "I don't see any logic starting an opener at the World Cup with such a closed formation." Koroman said. "If we attacked them from the start, we could have scored. We also might have lost by several goals, but at least it wouldn't be in such a cowardly fashion." hi Cologne, Portugal had a harder tune than expected against World Cup newcomer Angola, one of its former colonies. Portugal scored early, but failed to impress for most of the match, and by the end the players were listening to the jeers of a crowd frustrated by their sluggish play Pauleta scored his record 47th goal for Portugal in the fourth minute, tapping in after captain Luis Figo sliced through the Angolan defense and drew out the goalkeeper. The players displayed no bad blood after their bruising encounter five years ago in which four Angolans were ejected for dirty tackles and the game had to be abandoned 20 minutes from the end. "It was a tough game. The early goal calmed us down and we could have got three or four more," Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said. "But in the second half, the Angolans improved, and at times they were better than us." Thursday, June IS Dallas at Miami, 8 p.m. Sunday, June 18 Dallas at Miami, 8 p.m. (If necessary) Tuesday, June 20 Miami at Dallas, 8 p.m. (II necessary) Thursday, June 22 Miami at Dallas, 8 p.m. (if necessary) NBA Finals boxscore Mavericks 99, Heat 85 MIAMI Walker 8-16 0-0 20, Haslem 3-6 0-0 6, O'Neal 2-5 1-7 5, Wade 6-1911-14 23, Williams 3-10 4-5 11, Posey 2-6 1-1 7, Paylon 1-4 0-0 2, Mourning 4-4 3-511, S.Anderson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-70 20-32 85. DALLAS Howard 6-121-115, Nowltzki 8-16 10-11 26, Diop 0-0 1-21, Terry 6-15 3-5 16, Griffin 0-0 0-0 0, Dampler 2-3 2-3 6, Stackhouse 6-11 3-3 19, Dev.Harrls 4-10 3-3 11, Van Horn 2-3 0-0 5, Daniels 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 34-70 23-28 99. Miami 17 17 24 27—85 Dallas 18 32 32 17—99 3-Polnt Goals—Miami 7-17 (Walker 4-7, Posey 2-4, Williams 1-4, Paylon 0-2), Dallas 8-19 (Stackhouse 4-5, Howard 2-3, Van Horn 1-2, Terry 1-6, Dev.Harrls 0-1, Nowllzki 0-2). Fouled Out—Posey. Rebounds—Miami 44 (Wade 8), Dallas 50 (Nowilzki 16). Assists—Miami 16 (Payton, Williams 4), Dallas 23 (Terry 9). Total Fouls- Miami 23, Dallas 27. Technicals—Miami Defensive Three Second, Wade, Dallas Defensive Three Second 2. A—20,459. (19,200). Carolina at Edmonton, 7pm (If necessary) Monday,'June 19 Edmonton at Carolina, 7 p.m. (if necessary) GOlf PGA scores Hockey Stanley Cup Schedule / results Carolina vs. Edmonton Monday, June 6 Carolina 5, Edmonton 4 Wednesday, June 7 Carolina 6, Edmonton 0 Saturday, June 10 Edmonton 2, Carolina 1, Carolina leads series 2-1 Monday, June 12 Carolina at Edmonton, 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 14 Edmonton al Carolina, 7 p.m. Saturday, June 17 Barclays Classic At Westchester Country Club Harrison, N.V. Purse: $5.75 million Yardage: 6,839 yards; Par: 71 Final Round Singh, $1,035,000 70-64-72-68—274 Scott, $621,000 65-72-69-70—276 Qulgley, $333,500 71-66-70-70—277 Andrade, $333,500 66-70-69-72—277 Pernlca, Jr., $201,968.75 70-71-70-67—278 Sluman, $201,968.75 69-69-72-68—278 Donald, $201,968.75 72-65-71-70—278 Jacobson, $201,968.75 67-68-72-71—278 Bonn, $155,250 76-64-72-67—279 Goggln, $155,250 73-68-68-70—279 Poulter, $155,250 72-71-65-71—279 McDowell, $132,250 70-68-71-71—280 Immelman, $115,000 72-71-67-71—281 Howell, $115,000 66-68-73-74—281 Imada, $97,750 73-66-75-68—282 Maggert, $97,750 71-71-70-70—282 Toms, $97,750 68-70-72-72—282 Faxon, $69,985.72 70-72-73-68—283 Lehman, $69,985.72 68-71-75-69—283 Ogllvy, $69,985.72 69-68-74-72—283 Mickelson, $69,985.71 70-70-71-72—283 Van Pelt, $68,985.71 71-69-70-73—283 Senden, $69,985.71 73-68-69-73—283 Appleby, $69,985.71 72-70-66-75—283 Watney, $45,856.25 71-69-74-70—284 Elklnglon, $45,856.26 71-69-72-72—284 Sutherland, $46,856.25 70-67-73-74—284 Slndelar, $45,856.25 68-68-73-76—284 Pavln, $35,773.22 73-69-72-71—285 Crane, $35,773.22 71-86-77-71—285 Roberts. $35,773.22 71-70-73-71—285 Weir, $35,773.21 69-70-74-72—286 Overton, $35.773.21 7S-65-73-72—285 Goosen, $36,773.21 71-72-69-73—285 Leonard, $35,773.21 72-70-68-75—285 Harrington, $26,497.92 74-66-75-71—266 Pampllng, $26,497.92 72-70-72-72—286 O'Halr, $26,497.92 70-69-74-73—286 Allen, $26,497.92 69-70-73-74—286 Lonaid, $20,497.91 73-67-71-76—286 Funk, $26.497.81 72-67-71-76—286 DIMarco. $20,126 70-70-76-72—287 Llckllter II, $20,125 70-67-77-73—287 Mahan, $20,125 Kaye, $20,125 Rollins, $20,125 Langer, $14,969.17 Perry, $14,969.17 Jones, $14,969.17 Green, $14,969.17 Azinger, $14,969.16 Oberholser, $14,969.16 Palmer, $13,248 Tway, $13,248 Hamilton, $13,248 Cook, $13,248 Ogllvie, $13,248 Barlow, $12,707.50 Olazabal, $12,707.50 Ridings, $12,707.50 Hayes, $12,707.50 Howell III, $12,420 Clark, $12,190 69-69-75-74—287 73-70-69-75—287 75-68-69-75—287 70-73-74-71—288 71-67-77-73—288 69-71-75-73—288 69-73-71-75—268 69-71-73-75—288 68-69-74-77—288 71-70-78-70—289 71-72-75-71—289 71-71-75-72—289 70-70-76-73—289 71-72-71-75—289 72-70-74-74—290 72-68-75-75—290 71-71-70-78—290 70-68-72-80—290 71-69-78-73—291 70-71-78-73—292 LPGA scores LPGA Championship At Bulle Rock Golf Course Havre De Grace, Md. Purse: $1.8 million Yardage: 6,896; Par: 72 Final x-won on first playoff hole xPak, $270,000 71-69-71-69—280 Webb, $163,998 70-70-72-68—280 Kim, $106,6016 66-71-71-71—281 Mlyazato, $105,501 68-72-69-72—281 Kerr, $57,464 66-74-74-68—282 Wle, $67,464 71 -68-71 -72—282 Ann, $57,464 69-70-71-72—282 Hurst. $67,464 66-71-72-73—282 Rankln, $34,174 68-73-74-68—283 Sorenstam, $34,174 71-68-75^6—283 Kim, $34,174 68-72-73-69—283 Ylm, $34,174 72-68.74-69—263 Ochoa, $34,174 68-72-71-72—283 Lee, $26,847 71-72-69-72—284 Lee, $26,847 70-71-70-73—284 Lao, $22,896 67-74-76-69—285 Ward, $22,696 68-74.70-72—286 Sleinhauer, $22,896 70-71-71-73—265 Cavalleri, $22,896 69-71-72-73—866 Qulbls, $10,216 72-73-72-69-286 Pettsrsen, $19,216 70-72-74-70—286 JO, $19,216 72-72-70-72—286 Fudoh. $19,216 69-74-71-72—866 Wright, $19,215 72-73-66-73—286 Diaz, $16,207 71-74-72-70—287 Young, $16,207 . 71-76-70-71—287 Han, $16,207 68-73-76-71—287 Blomqvial, $16,207 71-71-70-76—?87 Scranton, $13,668 73-73-73-69—268 TamullS, $13,668 73-71-75-69—288 NASCAR results PoconoSOO At Pocono RACOTny Long Pond, Pa. Up length: 2.8 mfl»* (Stoft pOflMIoft In psrfi nth t tt t) 1. (1) Denny Hflmlln. Chevrolet, 200 laps, $220,100. 2. (2) Kurt flinch, Dodge, 200, $193,258. 3. (18) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 200, $182,311. 4. (4) Brian Vlckers, Chevrolet, 200, $117,850. , 5. (25) Man Kenseth, Ford, 200, $141,641. 8. (7) Greg Btffle, Ford, 200, $106,425. 7. (3) Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 200, $117,189. 8. (17) Scott Riggs, Dodge, 200, $80,125. 9. (5) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 200, $104,520. 10. (10) Jlmmle Johnson, Chevrolet, 200, $123,761. 11. (14) Ryan Newman, Dodge, 200, $114,933. 12. (23) Bobby Labonte, Dodge, 200, $110,911. 13. (12) Kevin Harvlck, Chevrolet, 200, $109,661. 14. (11) Dale Earnhardt Jr.. Chevrolet, 200.' $104,966. 15. (24) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 200, $104,500. 18. (31) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, 200, $68,275. 17. (20) Mark Martin, Ford, 200, $82,275. 18. (8) Jamie McMurray, Ford, 200, $110,900. 19. (38) Travis Kvapll, Chevrolet, 200, $85,683. 20. (13) Elllott.Sadler, Ford, 200, $97,908. 21. (42) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 200, $79,875. 22. (9) Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, 200, $81,175. 23. (26) Jeremy Mayfield, Dodge, 200, ' $97,266. 24. (15) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 189, $90,258. 25. (40) Carl Edwards, Ford, 199, $82,775. 26. (32) David Stremme, Dodge, 199, $87,783. 27. (30) Dave Blaney, Dodge, 199, $77,033. 28. (36) Michael Waltrlp, Dodge, 198, $74,672. 29. (21) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 198, $91,320. 30. (29) Ken Schrader, Ford, 197, $92,039. 31. (41) Kevin Lepage, Dodge, 197, $61,675. 32. (34) Jimmy Spencer, Chevrolet, 197, $61,525. 33. (37) Chad Chaffln, Ford, 186, $62,275. 34. (6) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 189, accident, $109,461. 35. (28) Robby Gordon, Chevrolet, 186, $60,975. 36. (35) Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 183, $68,750. 37. (19) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 181, rear end, $68,575. 38. (27) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 181, $92,525. 39. (39) Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 118, brakes, $60,325. 40. (33) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 68, accident, $68,175. 41. (43) Mike Garvey, Chevrolet, 67, suspension, $60,035. 42. (16) Sterling Martin, Chevrolet, 18, engine failure, $59,885. 43. (22) Casey Mears, Dodge, 1, accident, $94,255. Race Statistics Time of Race: 3 hours, 47 minutes, 52 seconds. Margin ot Victory: 1.328 seconds. ' Winner's Average Spped: 131.656 mph. Caution Flags: Seven for 28 laps. Lead Changes: 25 among 13 drivers. Lap Leaders: D.Hamlin 1-21; R.Newman 22; D.Hamlln 23-50; Ku.Busch 51-52; T.Kvapll 53; Ku.Busch 54-58; J.Burton 58-69; Ku.Busch 7074; B.Vickers 75-93; Ku.Busch 94; C.Edwards- 95; K.Kahne 96; T.Stewart 97-102; D.Hamlln 103-104; Ku.Busch 105-120; G.BHfle 121-130; Ku.Busch 131; D.Hamlin 132-137; M.Kenseth 138-139; G.BIffle 140-163; D.Hamlln 164-165; Kurt Busch 166; M.Kenseth 167; S.RIggs 168; C.Bowyer 169-176; D.Hamlln 177-200. Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, Laps Led): D.Hamlln, 6 times for 83 laps; G.Bif- , fie, 2 times for 34 laps; Kurt Busch, 7 times for 31 laps; B.Vickers, 1 time for 18 laps; J.Burton, 1 time for 11 laps; C.Bowyer, 1 time for 8 laps; '• T.Stewart, 1 time for 6 laps: M.Kenseth, 2 times for 3 laps; R.Newman, 1 time for 1 lap; T.Kvapil.' • 1 time for 1 lap; C.Edwards, 1 tlrrie for 1 lid;'! K.Kahne, 1 time for 1 lap; S.RIggs, 1 time for 1 lap. Point Standings: 1. J.Johnson, 2,145. 2. • M.Kenseth, 2,087. 3. M.Martin, 1,807.4. T.Stew- art, 1,888. 5. K.Kahne, 1,866. 6. D.Earnhardt Jr., 1,850. 7. J.Burton, 1,758. 8. K.Harvick, 1,715. 9. D.Hamlln, 1,682. 10. Kyle Busch, 1,669. Transactions Baseball American League BOSTON RED SOX—Recalled LHP Jon Lester from Pawtucket of the IL. Optioned RHP Craig Hanson to Pawtucket. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Recalled INF Ramon Vazquez from Buffalo of the IL Optioned INF Lou Merloni to Buffalo. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Acquired RHP Brandon Duckworth from Pittsburgh for cash considerations. Designated RHP Kyle Snyder for assignment. Optioned RHP Leo Nunez to Omaha of the PCL Added RHP Todd Wellemeyer to the 25- man roster. NEW YORK YANKEES—Activated RHP Shawn Chacon from the 15-day DL Designated RHP Scott Erickson for assignment. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Agreed to terms with RHP Chad Lee, OF Jermalne Mitchell, OF Toddric Johnson, LHP Branden Dewing, INF Mike Affrontl, 1B Greg Dowling, C Jacob Smith, RHP Patrick Currin and RHP Josh Morgan. National League COLORADO ROCKIES—Agreed to terms with OF David Christensen, RHP Craig Baker, OF Kevin Clark, C Michael McKenry, RHP Brandon Hynlck, RHP William Harris, RHP David Arnold, C Austin Rauch, RF Victor Ferrante, CF Anthony Jackson, RHP Michael Qibbs, RHP Andrew Graham, LHP Devln Collls, SS Matthew Repec, RHP Drew Shetrone, and 1B Joshua Banda. MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Recalled RHP Carlos Villanueva from Huntsville of the Southern League. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Placed C Mike Lieberthal on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 6. Recalled RHP Brian Sanches from Scranton/Wilkes- Barre of the IL. Announced ScrantorvWIIkes-Barre of the IL will move to Allentown for the 2008 season. WASHINGTON NATIONALS—Activated RF Jose Guillen from the 15-day DL. Optioned OF Mike Vento to New Orleans of the PCL College FRANKLIN & MARSHALL—Announced the resignation of Beth Elbon, women's basketball and golf coach. TV Calendar Today COLLEGE BASEBALL 6 p.m. E8PN2 — NCAA Division I, super region- als, teams and Bite TBA MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 8 p.m. ESPN — Chicago White Sox at Texas 9p.m. FSN — Kansas City at L.A. Angels NHL HOCKEY 7 p.m. NBC — Playoffs, finals, game 4, Carolina at Edmonton SOCCER 1:55 p.m. E8PN2 — FIFA, World Cup, first round, Italy vs. Ghana, at Hannover, Germany TuMday NBA 9p.m. ABC — Playoffs, finals, Game 3. Dallas at Miami 2a.m. ESPN — Playoffs, finals, Game 3, Dallas at Miami (delayed tape). MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 9 p.m. FSN — Kansas City at L.A. Angel» SOCCER 7:58 i.m. ESPM2 — FIFA, World Cup, lint round, South Korea vs. Togo, at Frankfurt, Germany 10;65 a.m. E8PN2 — FIFA, World Cup, first round, France vs. Switzerland, at Stuttgart, Germany 1:6$ p.m. ESPItt — FIFA, World Cup, llrst found, Brazil vs. Croatia, at Berlin WNBA 8p.m. E8PN2 _ charlotte at Washington

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