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B2 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS SPORTS MONDAY, JUNE 19,2006 SCOREBOARD Local Calendar Today Larks vs. Dodge City at Larks Park, 7:30 p.m. (1-9) (Montana Mike's) Tuesday Baseball Larks at El Dorado, 7 p.m., (1-9) Legion vs. Great Bend at Larks Park, 6 p.m., (DH) Junior Legion at Great Bend, TBA Wednesday Baseball Larks at El Dorado, 6 p.m., (DH) Renegades vs. Stockton, at Larks Park, 6:30 p.m., (DH) Thursday Baseball Legion vs. Lamed at Larks Park, 6 p.m., (DH) Friday Baseball Larks vs. Nevada at Larks Park, 7:30 p.m., (1-9) Junior Legion at John Bolllg Tournament, TBA Renegades at Smith Center, 6:30 p.m.. (DH) Saturday Baseball Larks vs. Nevada at Larks Park, 6 p.m., (DH) Legion at Garden City, 5 p.m., (DH) Junior Legion at John Bolllg Tournament, TBA Renegades at Manhattan, TBA Sunday Baseball Larks vs. Nevada at Larks Park, 7:30 p.m. ( 1 -9) Legion at Lamed, 2 p.m., (DH) Junior Legion at John Bolllg Tournament, TBA Baseball Major league standings American League East Division W L 39 28 38 29 37 32 32 39 29 41 Central Division W L 46 24 44 25 34 34 31 37 19 49 West Division W L 38 31 38 32 34 37 31 38 Pet .582 .567 .538 .451 .414 Pet .657 .638 .500 .456 .279 Pet .551 .543 .479 .449 GB — 1 3 9 11 V4 GB — IVi 11 14 26 GB — V4 5 7 Boston New York Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay Detroit Chicago Minnesota Cleveland Kansas City Oakland Texas Seattle Los Angeles Sunday's results Florida 4, Toronto 1 Washington 3, N.Y. Yankees 2 N.Y. Mais 9, Baltimore 4 Chicago White Sox 8, Cincinnati 1 Minnesota 8, Pittsburgh 2 Philadelphia 8, Tampa Bay 5 Milwaukee 6, Cleveland 3 Kansas City 7, Houston 4 Texas 10, Arizona 7 Detroit 12, Chicago Cubs 3 San Diego 7, L.A. Angels 3 Seattle 5, San Francisco 1 Oakland 5, L.A. Dodgers 2 Boston 10, Atlanta? Today's games Washington (Armas 6-3) at Boston (Snyder 0-0), 6:05 p.m. ).at Cleveland , &ms^m-- 1 phla (Myers 4-3), 6:05 p.m. Detroit (Bonoerman 6-4) at Milwaukee (Davis 4-4), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Haren 6-5) at Colorado (BKim 3-4), 8:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (Escobar 5-7) at San Francisco (Cain 5-5), 9:15 p.m. Tuesday's games Chicago Cubs (Maddux 7-6) at Cleveland (Lee 5-5), 6:05 p.m. Washington (Hernandez 5-7) at Boston (Wakelield 4-8), 6:05 p.m. Florida (Willis 3-6) at Baltimore (Cabrera 4-3), 6:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Mussina 8-3) at Philadelphia (Lidle 4-6), 6:05 p.m. Arizona (Batista 6-4) at Tampa Bay (Hendrickson 3-7), 6:15 p.m. Toronto (Towers 1-8) at Atlanta (Sosa 1-9), 6:35 p.m. Minnesota (Radke 5-7) at Houston (Oswalt 63), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Miner 2-1) at Milwaukee (Villanueva 0-0), 7:05 p.m. San Diego (Thompson 2-2) at Texas (Padllla 6-4), 7:05 p.m. St. Louis (Mulder 6-4) at Chicago White Sox (Vazquez 7-4), 7:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Wells 0-0) at Kansas City (Redman 3-4), 7:10 p.m. Oakland (Loaiza 2-3) at Colorado (Jennings 5-6), 8:05 p.m. Seattle (Pineiro 5-7) at L.A. Dodgers (Penny 7-1), 9:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Lackey 4-4) at San Francisco (Morris 4-7), 9:15 p.m. National League East Division W L Pet GB New York 43 25 .632 — Philadelphia 34 35 .493 9V4 Washington 32 39 .451 12% Florida 29 37 .439 13 Atlanla 30 40 .429 14 Central Division W L Pet GB St. Louis 42 26 .618 — Cincinnati 37 32 .536 5V4 Houston 36 34 .514 7 Milwaukee 35 35 .500 8 Chicago 26 42 .382 16 Pittsburgh 26 44 .371 17 West Division W L Pet GB Los Angeles 36 33 .522 — San Diego 36 33 .522 — Arizona 35 34 .507 1 Colorado 34 35 .493 2 San Francisco 34 35 .493 2 Sunday's results St. Louis 4, Colorado 1 Today's games Oakland at Colorado, 8:05 p.m. Tuesday's games Cincinnati (Ramirez 2-5) at N.Y. Mats (Trachsel 4-4), 7:10 p.m. Major league boxscores Interleague Royals 7, Astros 4 KANSAS CITY HOUSTON ab i h bl ab r h bl EGrmn cl 2000 Biggio 2b 5110 DJesus cl 1000 Lamb 1b 5001 Grdzln 2b 4111 Burke cl 4031 RSndrs rt 4112 Brkmn rf 3110 Brown If 4110 Ensbrg 3b 3000 Grtlnno 3b 3010 TreMllr p 0000 Dssens p 0000 Quails p 0000 Goble p 0000 Wheelr p 0000 Stairs ph 0100 PrWIsn If 4112 Burgos p 0000 Asmus c 4010 Mnlkw tb 4113 AEvrtt ss 4010 Berroa es 4000 Peltitle p 1000 Buck c 4121 OPImro rt 1100 Dckwrt p 1110 Teahen 3b t 0 0 0 Total* 32 7 8 7 Totals 34 4 8 4 Kansas City 000 004 003—7 Houston 000 011 200—4 DP—Houston 1. LOB—Kansas City 1, Houston 7. 28—Grudzielanek (13), Brown (16), Duckworth (1), Biggio (24). Burke 3(11), Ausmue (10). HR—RSanders (9), Mlentklewicz (2), Buck (4), PrWIIson (7). S—EGerman, Duckworth, Pettitte. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Duckworth 5« 6 2 2 t 3 Dessens 1 'A 22220 Gobble W.2-1 1 00000 Burgos S,10 1 00001 Houston Peltitle 7 64406 TreMlller « 00002 Quails L.3-2 323310 Wheeler 'A 00000 WP—Duckworth. Umpires—Home, Phil Cuzzl; First, Brian O'Nora; Second, Chuck Meriwether; Third, Mike Muchllnskl. T—2:47. A—39,887 (40,976). Major league llnescores Intertegaue Nationals 3, Yankees 2 New York (AL) 000 001 010—2 S 0 Washington 000 010 002—3 6 1 Wang and Posada; O'Connor, Majewskl (8) and Ftak, Schneider (8). W—Ma|ewskl 3-2. L—Wang 73. HR—Washington, Zimmerman (10). White Sox 8, Reds 1 Chicago (AL) 000 001 223—8 14 1 Cincinnati 000 000 001—1 4 0 Garland, Montero (9) and Plerzynskl; Harang, Mercker (7), Yan (8), Bums (9) and LaRue. W— Garland 6-3. L—Harang 7-5. HHs—Chicago, Dye (20), Garland (1). Marlins 4, Blue Jays 1 Toronto 010 000 000—1 9 0 Florida 011 020 OOx—4 8 1 Halladay, Speier (7), BRyan (8) and Zaun; Johnson, Tankereley (6), CMartlnez (7). Kenslng (8), Borowskl (9) and Olivo. W-^Johnson 6-4. L—Halladay 8-2. Sv—Borowskl (11). Twins 8, Pirates 2 Minnesota 000 000 143-a 11 0 Pittsburgh 000 100 001—2 6 1 JoSantana, JRincon (8), Eyre (9) and Redmond; OlPerez, STorres (8), Vogelsong (9) and Paulino. W-JoSantana 7-4. L—OlPerez 2-9. HRs—Min- nesota, THunter (10). Pittsburgh, Bay (20). Mets 9, Orioles 4 Baltimore 010 002 100—4 10 3 New York (NL) 000 041 40x—9 9 0 Loewen, Britton (5), Birkins (7), Williams (7), Rleal (8) and JvLopez; TGIavine, Felidano (7), Bradford (7), DSanchez (8), Heilman (9) and RCastro. W—TGIavine 10-2. L—Loewen 0-2. HRs—New York, Wright (15), RCastro (3). Phillies 8, Devil Rays 5 Tampa Bay 012 000 110—5 10 1 Philadelphia 002 040 20x—8 13 1 McClung, Camp (5), Harper (7), Corcoran (7), Meadows (8) and Paul, THall (8); Madson, Cormier (7), Rhodes (8), Gordon (8) end Fasano. W—Madson 7-4. L—McClung 2-10. Sv—Gordon (19). HRs—Tampa Bay, Crawford (10), Branyan (8). Philadelphia, Howard (23). Tigers 12, Cubs 3 Detroit _..600 220 020—12 13 0 Chicago (NL) 001 100 001— 3 5 1 Rogers, Grllll (9) and VWilson; Prior, Novoa (4), Ohman (8), Dempster (9) HBIanco, and Nevln (9). W—Rogers 10-3. L—Prior 0-1. HRs—Detroit, Granderson (10), VWilson (2), CGuillen (9), Thames (14), Shelton 2(14), Inge 2 (15). Chicago, ARamlrez (12), Nevtn (4), HBIanco (2). Rangers 10, Diamondbacks 7 Arizona 220 002 010— 791 Texas 500 200 03x—10 15 1 Gonzalez, Madders (6), LVIzcalno (8), Choate (8), Lyon (8) and JEstrada; Loe, Castro (3), Benott (6), Mahay (7), FCordero (8), Otsuka (9) and Barajas, Laird (9). W—FCordero 6-4. L—LVTzcalno 2-3. Sv—Otsuka (13). HRs—Arizona, ShGreen (7), Byrnes (11), OHudson (3). Texas, MYoung (5). Brewers 6, Indians 3 Cleveland 011 100 000—3 13 0 Milwaukee 002 001 003—6 10 0 Byrd, Carmona (7), RPerez (8), RBetancourt (8) and Laker, VMartinez (6); Jackson, Gonzalez (4), Kolb (7), BShouse (6), Tumbow (9) and Moeller. W—Tumbow 4-3. L—RBetancourt 0-3. HRs—Mil- waukee, Koskie (9), CaLee (23), Fielder (13). Athletics 5, Dodgers 2 Los Angeles (NL) 000 011 000—2 9 0 Oakland 010 400 OOx—5 12 0 Sele, OPerez (5) and SAIomar, Blanton, Street (9) and Kendall. W—Blanton 7-6. L—Sele 3-2. HR—Los Angeles, Garclaparra (8). Padres 7, Angels 3 San Diego 100 300 021—7 14 0 Los Angeles (AL) 200 010 000—3 6 1 Park, Unebrlnk (7), Adkins (9), Embree (9) and Bard; Colon, Romero (8), Donnelly (8), Gregg (9) and Napoli. W—Park 5-3. L—Colon 0-3. HRs— San Diego, Cameron (4), AGonzalez (9). Mariners 5, Giants 1 San Francisco 100 000 000—1 6 2 Seattle 003 010 01x—5 11 0 Wnght, Wonell (7) and Alfonzo; Moyer, Putz (9) ' and Johjlma. W—Moyer 4-6. L—Wright 5-7. Red Sox 10, Braves 7 Boston 100 101 061—10 13 0 Atlanta 002 000 320— 7 15 0 Schilling, Delcarmen (7), Lopez (7), Seanez (7), Timlin (8), Papelbon (8) and Varitek; Smoltz, McBride (8), Paronto (8), Remllnger (8), Ray (9) and McCann. W—Seanez 2-0. L—McBride 1-1. Sv— Papelbon (23). HRs—Boston, Youkilis (9), DOrtlz (20), MRamirez (17). Atlanta, Francoeur(15). National League Cardinals 4, Rockies 1 Colorado 001 000 000—1 7 1 St. Louis 201 100 OOx—4 9 0 Fogg, TMartin (6), Cortes (7), Dohmann (8) and Clossen Carpenter, Floras (8), Walnwright (8), Is- rlnghausen (9) and YMolina. W—Carpenter 6-3. L—Fogg 4-5. Sv—Isringhausen (24). HR—St. Louis, Rolen (9). Larks linescores Game 1 Larks 6, Slashers 1 Joplln 000 010 0 — 1 41 Hays (8-4, 6-4) 310 011 X — 6 11 0 Brundridge, Harden (5) and Peterson, Wasilowskl (5); Springston, Grijalva (7) and Sodolak. W —Springston (1-0). L —Brundridge. 2B — Day, Hays. Game 2 Larks 8, Slashers 2 Joplln 002 000 0 — 2 4 1 Hays (9-4, 7-4) 203 201 X — 8 7 1 Thurman, Ozbun (4) and Bernard; Crow, Elam (3), Monterey (6) and Day. W — Elam (20). L — Thurman. HR — Stovall, Hays. Basketball NBA finals Schedule / results Dallas vs. Miami Sunday's result ' Miami 101, Dallas 100 (OT), Miami leads series 3-2 Tuesday's game Miami at Dallas, 8 p.m. Thursday's game Miami at Dallas, 8 p.m., If necessary NBA boxscores Heat 101, Mavericks 100 (OT) DALLAS Howard 8-17 9-11 25, Nowitzki 8-19 4-5 20, Dtop 1-2 0-0 2, Terry 13-23 5-5 35, Dev.Harris 2-12 2-2 6, Dampler 2-2 1-2 5, Griffin 1-20-02, Mbenga 0-0 0-0 0, Van Horn 0-10-0 0, Daniels 2-3 0-0 5. Total* 37-81 21-25 100. MIAMI Walker 2-71-2 6, Haslem 1-3 0-0 2, O'Neal 6-12 2-12 18, Williams 3-6 0-1 9, Wade 11-28 21-25 43, Posey 2-6 4-4 10, S.Anderson 1-2 2-2 4, Paylon 35 1-1 8, Mourning 0-0 1-2 1. Totals 31-69 32-49 101. Dallas 21 30 20 22 7—100 Miami 24 19 27 23 8—101 3-Polnl Goals—Dallas 5-19 (Terry 4-9, Daniels 1-1, Dev.Harris 0-1, Van Horn 0-1, Howard 0-3, Nowitzki 0-4), Miami 7-17 (Williams 3-5, Posey 2-5, Payton 1-1, Walker 1-4, Wade 0-2). Fouled Out— Dtop, Haslem. Rebounds—Dallas 54 (Howard 10), Miami 49 (O'Neal 12). Assist*—Dallas 13 (Daniels 4), Miami 14 (Wade, Williams 4). Total Fouls—Dallas 38, Miami 26. Technical*—Dallas coach Johnson, Miami Defensive Three Second. A—20,145. (19,600). world CUP FERNANDO LLANO / Associated Press Brazil goalkeeper Dlda makes a save during the Brazil vs. Australia Group F soccer match Sunday at the World Cup stadium In Munich, Germany. Brazil satisfied with performance By TALES AZZONI ASSOCIATED PRESS MUNICH, Germany — Brazil's lackluster performance against Australia was good enough for coach Carlos Alberto Parreira and his players. Brazil beat the Socceroos 2-0 Sunday and advanced to the second round, but again the defending champion failed to Impress. "There was one key issue today: We looked better physically and tactically," Parreira said. "As I have said before, our group is very difficult, because all of the teams have different styles." The victory was Brazil's ninth consecutive at the World Cup and the five-time champions haven't been eliminated in the first stage since 1966. Brazil was coming off a below-average outing in the 1-0 win over Croatia, and can secure first place in Group F with a draw against Japan on Thursday "We're going to improve with every game. The World Cup is a marathon, not a sprint," Ronaldin- ho said. "Brazil is capable of playing nice soccer and the team is getting stronger with every game." The two-time FIFA world player of the year was heavily marked and couldn't get any of his moves to work. Australia played tightly from the start, keeping Ronaldinho and the rest of Brazil's "magic quartet" in check for the second straight match. "We had to play a patient match," Kaka, another member of the foursome, said. "The team is evolving and we're growing together in every way" "It was our most difficult match so far," added Adriano, who netted his first World Cup goal with a left-footed shot from the top of the penalty area in the 49th minute. Fred, who came in for Adriano in the 88th minute, closed the scoring a minute later after a shot by Robinho rebounded off the post. In other games, it was South Korea 1, France 1, and Japan 0, Croatia 0. Australia, which beat Japan 3-1 in its opener, challenged Brazil several times during the match and had several chances to get on the board. "It's not about winning one game, it's about winning the competition," Roberto Carlos said. "We're on the road to our sixth title — the team is on the right track." Brazil, ranked No. 1 by FIFA, hadn't scored as few as three goals in its first two World Cup matches since the 1990 tournament in Italy, when a Diego Maradona-led Argentina eliminated its South American rival in the second round. "That first half, I thought we were magnificent," Australia defender Lucas Neill said. "We restricted them to pretty much nothing. But tomorrow you're going to read in the papers and it's going to say 20." In Leipzig, Park Ji-sung scored the equalizing goal in the 81st minute to grab a crucial point for South Korea after Thierry Henry had given France the lead in the ninth. Park poked the ball over France goalkeeper Fabien Barthez and out of the reach of defender William Gallas, who tried to clear the ball before it crossed the goal line. France captain Zinedine Zidane, who has said he will retire from all soccer after the World Cup, may have played his last match. He picked up his second yellow card of the tournament and will miss the remaining group game against Togo. In the 32nd minute a header from France's Patrick Vieira appeared to have crossed the goal line before South Korea's goalkeeper caught it. The Mexican referee waved play on. Henry profited from a favorable bounce after Sylvain Wiltord's blocked shot fell into his path. He took a stride and coolly shot past goalkeeper Lee Woon-jae for France's first World Cup goal since it won the 1998 final. South Korea leads Group G with four points from two matches, with France in second place with two points. Third-place Switzerland has one point and plays Togo today Croatia, yet to score at the World Cup, had the best chance when Japan captain Tsuneyasu Miyamoto brought down Dado Prso in the area. Darijo Srna's penalty was saved by Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi. Both teams had chances to win the match but solid goalkeeping on both sides left the teams with just one point with one match remaining. • Hays Legion wins one at tourney BY THE HAYS DAILY NEWS PUEBLO, Colo. — After a pair of run-ruled losses on Thursday, the Hays Legion bounced back to gets Its lone Tony Andenucio Memorial tournament win Friday against defending champion Las Vegas, 22-13. Hays started the game down 70 in the first Inning but put on a ferocious rally after that. "The team finally showed me that they could play with the big boys," said head coach Lyle Befort. "We hit the ball very well, but our defense and pitching needs to improve. I did not go down to Colorado to win the tournament, but expected to be in each of those games. We got down early and struggled to come back." The Eagles finished 1-5 at the tournament dropping their final three games, 17-1 to Farmington, N.M., 9-7 to Albuquerque and 16-4 to Burk Burnett, Texas. "We came out of this tournament knowing what it will take to be successful In Kansas for the rest of the summer," Befort said. "We should be a different ball team now since we came back, and I am looking forward to a good winning streak starting with Great Bend on Tuesday." Hays is now 5-14 and plays host to Great Bend at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at Larks Park. NHL: Home teams 11-2 in Game 7 CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 No so fast. Edmonton's Fernando Pisani scored a short-handed goal in overtime to win Game 5. The Oil- ers romped to a dominating 4-0 victory in Game 6. Now, it's winner take all — and the resurgent Oilers seem much fresher, much quicker, much more determined. "I think we're all embarrassed by the way we played," Hurricanes defenseman Glen Wesley said after returning from Edmonton. The only team that squandered a 3-1 lead in the finals was De- : tToit, which actually won the first three games against Toronto in 1942 — then lost the next four. Those Red Wings also are one of the three teams that jumped out to a 2-0 lead and didn't win the cup. When the finals go to Game 7, the home team is 11-2. The 1971 Montreal Canadiens were the most recent road team to capture the cup hi a decisive game. Just as the Oilers fed off the enthusiasm of their fans hi Alberta, Carolina is counting on its crowd to be a major factor in the last game of the season. Lad y Luck hel ? s Kan sas City past Astros Hockey Stanley Cup Finals Schedule / results Carolina v*. Edmonton Monday, June 19 Edmonton at Carolina, 7 p.m. 3M Performance 400 At Michigan International Speedway (Start position In parentheses) 1. (1) Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 129, $205,364. 2. (31) Cart Edwards, Ford, 129, $147,200. 3. (6) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 129, $146,991. 4. (10) Greg Biffle, Ford, 129, $115,300. 5. (25) Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 129, $98,350. 6. (4) Jlmmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 129, $128,386. 7. (37) Casey Mears, Dodge, 129, $122,183. 8. (2) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolel, 129, $137,436. 9. (13) Kurt Busch, Dodge, 129, $117,583. 10. (19) Kevin Harvlck, Chevrolet, 129, $119,936. 11. (12) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 129, $109,295. 12. (21) Denny Hamlin, Chevrolet, 129, $78,925. 13. (20) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 129, $121,416. 14. (15) Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, 129, $91,725. 15. (42) Ryan Newman, Dodge, 129, $118,683. 16. (11) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 129, $103,583. 17. (3) Brian Vickers, Chevrolet, 129, $96,175. 18. (24) Robby Gordon, Chevrolel, 129, $76,025. 19. (30) David Stremme, Dodge, 129, $99,783. 20. (40) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 129, $110,100. 21. (23) Travis Kvapll, Chevrolet, 129, $89,008. 22. (32) Elliott Sadler, Ford, 129, $102,458. 23. (41) Jamie McMurray, Ford, 129, $118,675. 24. (26) Sterling Marlin, Chevrolel, 129, $85,658. 25. (28) Michael Wallrip, Dodge, 129, $83,622. 26. (7) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 129, $99,670. 27. (8) Mark Martin, Ford, 129, $88,035. 28. (5) Bobby Labonte, Dodge, 129, $109.821. 29. (18) Scott Riggs, Dodge, 129, $72,675. 30. (33) Dave Blaney, Dodge, 129, $72,600. 31. (36) Scott Wimmer, Chevrolet, 129, $69,450. 32. (34) BUI Lester, Dodge, 129, $69,375. 33. (27) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 129, $77,300. 34. (29) Kevin Lepage, Dodge, 129, $70,150. 35. (35) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 129, $77,050. 36. (18) Jeremy MayfieW, Dodge, 129, $98,991. 37. (43) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 129, $68,950. 38. (39) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, 126, $68,850. 39. (9) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 86, $76,805. 40. (14) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 80, $103,340. 41. (17) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 58, accident, $122,666. 42. (22) Ken Schrader, Ford, 30, accident, $95,904. 43. (38) Derrike Cope, Dodge, 12, overheating, $68,127. Race Statistics Time of Race: 2 hours, 10 minutes, 19 seconds. Margin of Victory: Under Caution. Winner's Average Speed: 118.788 mph. Caution Flag*: Nine lor 37 laps. Lead Change*: 17 among 10 drivers. Lap Leader*: K.Kahne 1; J.Gordon 2-22; Kyle Busch 23-31; K.Kahne 32-35; J.Gordon 3645; K.Kahne 46; J.Gordon 47-55; K.Petty 56; J.Gordon 57-59; D.Earnhardt Jr. 60-61; J.Gordon 62-68; GBffle 69-79; D.Eamhardt Jr. 80; B.vlcken) 81-87; C.Edwards 88-112; K.Lepage 113; R.Sorenson 114-116; KKahne 117-129. Leaders Summary (Driver, Time* Lead, Lap* Ltd): J.Gordon, 5 times lor 60 laps; C.Edwards, 1 time lor 25 laps; K.Kahne. 4 limes lor 19 laps; G.Bif- tle, 1 time lor 11 laps; Kyle Busch, 1 time for 9 laps; B.Vickers, 1 time for 7 laps; D.Eamhardt Jr., 2 limes for 3 laps; R.Sorenson, 1 time for 3 laps; K.Petty, 1 lime for 1 lap; K,Lepage, 1 time for 1 lap. Point Standing* t. J Johnson, 2,285. 2. M.Kenselh, 2,221. 3. K.Kahne, 2,051.4. D.Eamhardt Jr., 2.020. S. M.Mar- tin, 1,989.6. T.Stewart, 1,928.7. J.Burton, 1,888; 8. K.Harvlck, 1,849. 9. D.Hamlin, 1,809. 10. Q.BHfle, 1,807. HOUSTON (AP) — The way the Kansas City Royals' season has gone, Doug Mientkiewicz doubted his fly ball in the ninth inning would actually be a home run. For a change, the Royals got the luck they needed. Mientkiewicz's three-run shot lifted the Royals to a 7-4 win over the Houston Astros on Sunday "I didn't think it was going out," said Mientkiewicz, who homered for just the second time this season. "That's the way the season has gone. When it headed out there, I just thought, 'Here we go again.'" Instead, the Royals took two out of three from the Astros, finishing a seven-game road trip with an encouraging 3-4 mark. "We've played really well on this trip," Royals manager Buddy Bell said. "That's the important thing." John Buck and Reggie Sanders also homered for Kansas City, which snapped a three-game home-run drought. The Royals also extended their error-less streak to eight games, a season high. The Royals blew a 4-1 lead, but rallied off Houston reliever Chad Quails (3-2) to win for the third time in nine games. Golf PGA scores U.S. Open At Winged Foot Golf Club, West Course Mamaroneck, N.Y. Purse: $6.8 million Yardage: 7,264; Par: 70 Final Round Ogllvy, $1,225,000 71-70-72-72—285 Furyk, $501,249 70-72-74-70—286 Montgomerie, $501,249 69-71-75-71—286 Mlckelson, $501,249 70-73-69-74—286 Harrington, $255,642 73-69-74-71—287 O'Hem, $183,255 75-70-74-69—288 Sluman, $183,255 74-73-72-69—288 Weir, $183,255 71-74-71-72—288 Strieker, $183,255 70-69-76-73—288 Singh, $183,255 71-74-70-73—288 Ferrle, $183,255 71-70-71-76—288 Imada, $131,670 76-73-69-71—289 Donald, $131,670 78-69-70-72—289 • Poulter, $131,670 74-71-70-74—289 Local results Junior Legion llnescores Hays 9, Pratt 8 Hey* (13-6) 000 702 0 — 9 9 0 Pratt ,400 022 0 862 Budke, Downing (6) and S. Rohleder; Scroksy andRuckle. W—Budke(1-1).L—Scrokey.2B — Coughlln, T. Rohleder, S. Rohleder, J. Klaus, D. Klaus, Hays; Galle, Pratt. 3B — T. Rohleder, Hays. Lamed 14, Hays 5 Lamed 203 011 6 — 14 14 1 Hayi (134) .230 000 0 — 5 88 Malott, D. Klaus (4), Downing (7) and S. Rohleder; Grahm and Chlsm. W — Grahm. L — D. Klaus (0-3). 2B—CoughBn, D. Klaus, Budke. Hays; Miller, Callahan, Lamed. 3B — Miller, Vralil, Hall, Lamed. HR — Callahan, Lamed. The Lamed loss gave the Junior Eagles a runner-up finish at the Russell tournament. David Klaus was 2-for-3 In the game and leadofl hitter Kelton Rule was 2-for-4 with two runs scored In the game. Against Pratt, Geoff Coughlln was 3-for-4 with one run and 1 RBI. Hays was 2-2 In the tournament and got its second win Friday agalsnt Stockton, 13-5, with Sam Rohleder moving to 3-0 on the season. Nwt action: Hays travels to Great Bend for a 6 p.m. doubleheader Tuesday before playing In Its own John Bolllg tournament this weekend. Hays Renegades llnescores Sunday's games Manhattan 10, Hays 0 (4 Innings) Hays (4-5) .................................. 0000— 003 Manhattan .................................... 424 x — 10 7 4 Pitts and Sanders; Ballman and Dedlln. W— Ballman. L — Pitts. 2B — Ballman, McCarthy Manhattan. HH — Miter, Manhattan. Game notes Hays was held hltless against Manhattan In a game over after four innings by run rule. Manhattan scored four runs in the first, two in the second and four in the third. Colby 7, Hays 1 Colby ..................................... .001 312 0 — 7 7 1 Hays(4-fi) .............................. 000 010 0 — 1 32 Rogers, Dugger (5) and Gordon; Wllhofl, Karst (6), Sanders (7) and Wlckham. W — Rogers. L — Wllhoft. 2B — Krzychl, Rogers, Colby. Game notes Hays was held to three hits and one run by two Colby pitchers. Colby led 5-0 before Hays scored its run In the fifth. • Saturday's games Colby 22, Hays 2 (5 Inning*) Colby .................................... 008 (13)1—22 11 2 Hayi (4-3) ................................ 11000- 234 Schlck and Sager; Crispin, vonllntel (3), Wickham (4), Pitts (4), Sanders (5) and Sanders, Wlck- ham (5). W — Schlck. L — Crispin. 2B — Amberger, Colby. 3B — Carter, Stephens, Colby. HR — Kriss. Colby. Game note* Colby scored eight runs In the third and 1 3 In the fourth to overpower the Renegades In a game shortened to five Innings by run rule. Hays gave up 12 walks, with two hit batters, and committed four errors. Manhattan 23, Hay* 0 (4 Inning*) Manhattan ........................... .(12)66 0-23 « 0 H«y* (4-4) .................................. 0000— 0 16 Peloquln and Chakent; Hart, MoriU (2), Konz (4) and WIcKham. w — Peloquln. L — Hart. 2B — Gee 2, Mow, Chakent, Renner, Ballman, Pelo- quln, Manhattan. 3B — Chakent, Manhattan; Crispin, Hays. Manhattan scored 12 rune In the first Iming to win a game that ended alter four Innings by run rule. Hays was held to one hit, a trrlple by Andrew Crispin. Transactions Baseball National League CHICAGO CUBS—Activated RHP Mark Prior from the 60-day DL. Placed LHP Glendon Rusch on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 17. Agreed to terms with RHP Jeff Samardzlja. TV Calendar Today COLLEGE BASEBALL 6p.m. E8PN2 — NCAA Division I, World Series, game 8, teams TBA, at Omaha, Neb. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6 p.m. ESPN — N.Y. Yankees at Philadelphia NHL HOCKEY 7p.m. NBC — Playoffs, finals, game 7, Edmonton at Carolina. Tuesday COLLEGE BASEBALL 4p.m. ESPN2 — NCAA Division I, World Series, game 9, teams TBA, at Omaha, Neb. 7:30 p.m. E8PN2 — NCAA Division I, World Series, game 10, teams TBA, at Omaha, Neb. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6p.m. WON — Chicago Cubs at Cleveland 6 p.m. FSN — Pittsburgh at Kansas City NBA BASKETBALL 8p.m. D II* BC ~ Playo118 ' llnal8 ' 9*™ 8 > M*"" 1 * 2a.m. E8PN — Playoffs, finals, game 6, Miami at SOCCER • 8:65 a.m. ESPN - FIFA, World Cup, first round, Ecuador vs. Germany, at Berlin E8PN2- FIFA, World Cup, llrtt round, Costa Rica vs. Poland, at Hannover, Germany 1:68 p.m. i ESPN -FIFA, Work) Cup, fir«t round, 8w«- *" »•England, at Cologn*, Qermany ESPN2 - FIFA, WorW Cup. fytl round. Paraguay vs. Trinidad 8. Tobago, at Kaiserslautern, Germany

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