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B2 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS SPORTS THURSDAY, JUNE 22,2006 SCOREBOARD Local Calendar Today Baseball Legion vs. Lamed at Larks Park, 6 p.m., (DH) Friday Baaebalt Larks vs. Nevada at Larks Park, 7:30 p.m., (1-9) Junior Legion at John Bolllg Tournament, at HHS field, 5:45 p.m. & 8 r3.m. vs. Garden City & Goodland 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, at HHS field, 1:45 p.m. & 4 p.m. vs. Sallna and Colby 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, at HHS field, 2:30 p.m., vs. Russell Baseball Major league baseball American League East Division W L Pet GB Boston 42 28 .600 — New York 40 30 .571 2 Toronto 39 32 .549 3'/z Baltimore 33 40 .452 10% Tampa Bay 31 41 .431 12 Central Division W L Pet GB Detroit 48 25 .658 — Chicago 46 25 .648 1 Minnesota 35 35 .500 11% Cleveland 32 39 .451 15 Kansas City 21 49 .300 25Vz West Division W L Pet GB Oakland 39 33 .542 — Texas 38 34 .528 1 Seattle 36 37 .493 3>6 Los Angeles 32 40 .444 7 Wednesday's results Milwaukee 4, Detroit 3 L.A. Angels 6, San Francisco 3 Boston 9, Washington 3 Chicago Cubs 9, Cleveland 2 (7 innings, rain) Baltimore 4, Florida 0 N.Y. Yankees 5, Philadelphia 0 Tampa Bay 3, Arizona 2 Toronto 6, Atlanta 3 Houston 5, Minnesota 3 San Diego 3, Texas 2 Chicago White Sox 13, St. Louis 5 Kansas City 6, Pittsburgh 4 Oakland 3, Colorado 2 (11 Innings) Seattle 8, L.A. Dodgers 5 Today's games Arizona (Eg.Gonzalez 0-0) at Tampa Bay (Shields 3-0), 11:15 a.m. San Diego (Hensley 4-5) at Texas (Millwood 8-3), 1:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Maholm 2-5) at Kansas City (Elar- ton2-8), 1:10 p.m. Florida (Olsen 6-3) at Baltimore (Benson 85), 6:05 p.m. Toronto (Burnett 0-1) at Atlanta (H.Ramirez 2-2), 6:35 p.m. Minnesota (Liriano 6-1) at Houston (Clemens 0-0), 7:05 p.m. St. Louis (Reyes 1 -0) at Chicago White Sox (Garcia 8-4), 7:05 p.m. Seattle (F.Hernandez 7-6) at L.A. Dodgers (Tomko 5-6), 9:10 p.m. I •;•'.'.. Friday's games Florida (Moehler 5-5) at N.Y. Yankees (Wang j 7-3), 6:05 p.m. ""' (li ""''' ' Philadelphia (Madson 7-4) at Boston (Beckett 8-3), 6:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Harang 7-5) at Cleveland (Westbrook 6-3), 6:05 p.m. St. Louis (Carpenter 6-3) at Detroit (Verlander 8-4), 6:05 p.m. Washington (Patterson 1-0) at Baltimore (R.Lopez 4-8), 6:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Glavine 10-2) at Toronto (Janssen 5-5), 6:07 p.m. Atlanta (Smoltz 4-5) at Tampa Bay (Fossum 2-3), 6:15 p.m. Milwaukee (Bush 4-6) at Kansas City (Keppel 0-3), 7:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Marmol 1-1) at Minnesota (J.Santana 7-4), 7:10 p.m. Houston (Pettitte 6-7) at Chicago White Sox (Contreras 7-0), 7:35 p.m. Texas (Koronka 5-4) at Colorado (Francis 56), 8:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (E.Santana 7-3) at Arizona (En.Gonzalez 2-0), 8:40 p.m. Seattle (Meche 7-4) at San Diego (Peavy 48), 9:05 p.m. Oakland (Blanton 7-6) at San Francisco (Schmidt 6-3), 9:15 p.m. National League East Division W L Pet GB New York 44 27 .620 — Philadelphia 35 37 .486 9V4 Florida 30 38 .441 12'/a Washington 32 42 .432 13% Atlanta 30 42 .417 14% Central Division W L Pet GB St. Louis 42 28 .600 — Cincinnati 39 33 .542 4 Houston 37 35 .514 6 Milwaukee 36 37 .493 7% Chicago 28 43 .394 14'/z Pittsburgh 26 47 .356 17% West Division W L Pet GB San Diego 38 33 .535 — Los Angeles 36 35 .507 2 Arizona 36 36 .500 2% Colorado 36 36 .500 2% San Francisco 36 36 .500 2% Wednesday's results Cincinnati 6, N.Y. Mets 5 Today's game Cincinnati (Milton 4-3) at N.Y. Mets (P.Mar- tinez 6-3), 12:10 p.m. Friday's games Pittsburgh (Perez 2-9) at L.A. Dodgers (Tomko 5-6), 9:40 p.m. Major league boxscore Interleague Royals 6, Pirates 4 PITTSBURGH KANSAS CITY ab r h W ab r h bl JBIsia cl 4120 DJesus If 3000 JWIson ss 4020 Grdzln 2b 4121 Casey ib 3001 Mntkw 1b 3110 Bay II 4000 Brown rf 4221 Burnitz rf 3000 Stairs dh 4011 CWIson rf 1000 Teahen 3b 3122 FSnchz 3b 4110 Berroa ss 4011 Randa dh 3100 Bako c 4000 Castillo 2b 4121 Gthrght cl 3120 Palino c 4012 Totals 34 4 8 4 Totals 32 811 6 Pittsburgh 120 001 000—4 Kansas City 000 004 02x—6 E—Teahen (8), MWood (1). DP—Pittsburgh 1, Kansas City 2. LOB—Pittsburgh 9, Kansas City 5. 2B—JBautlsta (7), FSanchez (22), Castillo (12), Mienlklewlcz (17), Brown (17). HR—Teahen (4). S—DeJesus. IP H HER BB SO Pittsburgh Snell 5'A 74422 Capps V, 10001 Marie 1 10002 STorres L.2-4 1 22201 Kansas City MWood &'/, 7422 1 Atfeldt '/, 0 0 0 1 1 Dessens W.4-6 1 '/> 0 0 0 0 1 Burgos S,11 1 1001-1 HBP—by MWood (Casey 2). Umpires—Home, Joe Bilnkrnan; First, Jeff Nelson; Second, Deriyl Cousins; Third. Tim Timmons. T—2:39. A—15,501 (40,785). Major league linescores Interleague Brewers 4, Tiger* 3 Detroit 020 010 000—3 8 2 Milwaukee 100 001 20x—4 0 0 Robertson, Zumaya (7), Rodney (8) and VWIIson: Capuano, Kolb (8), BShouse (8), Capellan (8), Turnbow (9) and Moeller. W—Capuano 8-4. W—Capuano 8-4. L—Zumaya 3-1. Sv—Turnbow (21). HR—Milwaukee, Weeks (7). Angels 6, Giants 3 Lot AngelM (AL) ..001 002 030—4 11 0 San Francisco 020 000 100—3 11 1 JfWeaver, Shields (7), FrRodrlguez (9) and JMollna, Napoll (8); Lowry, JSanchez (7), Correla (7), Accardo (8), Kline (8), Hennessey (9) and TGreene. W—Shields 4-4. L—Accardo 0-1. Sv—FrRodrlguez (17). HR—Los Angeles, JRIvera (8). Orioles 4, Marlins 0 Florida 000 000 000—0 3 1 Baltimore 000 100 30x—4 10 0 Nolasco, Messenger (8) and Ollvo; Bedard, Ray (9) and RaHemandez. W—Bedard 7-6. L— Nolasco 5-4. HR—Baltimore, JvLopez (6). Devil Rays 3, Diamondbacks 2 Arizona 000 020 000—2 S 0 Tampa Bay 021 000 OOx—3 9 0 Webb, LVIzcaino (7), Choate (7), Lyon (8) and JEstrada; Shields, Camp (8), Meadows (9) and THall. W—Shields 4-0. L—Webb 8-3. Sv— Meadows (1). Red Sox 9, Nationals 3 Washington 001 000 101—3 7 1 Boston 040 014 OOx—9 16 0 Hill, Stanton (6). SRIvera (7). Majewskl (6) and Schneider; Lester, Seanez (7), Delcarmen (8), Tavarez (9) and Varitek. W—Lester 2-0. L— Hill 1-2. HR—Boston, DOrtiz (21) Yankees 5, Phillies 0 New York (AL) 000 010 130—5 11 0 Philadelphia 000 000 000—0 3 0 JSWright, Villone (6), Proctor (7). Famsworth (8), MRivera (9) and Posada; Hamels. Fultz (8). Geary (8), Condrey (9) and Fasano, Coste (8). W—JSWright 4-4. L—Hamels 1-3. White Sox 13, Cardinals 5 St. Louis 120 001 010— 5 11 1 Chicago (AL) 451 210 OOx—13 16 0 Marquis, Looper (6), Wainwrlghl (7), Thompson (8) and YMoilna; Buehrle, Thornton (8), Jenks (9) and Plerzynski. W—Buehrle 8-4. L— Marquis 9-5. HRs—St. Louis, Taguchl (2), Edmonds (7), TIPerez (1). Chicago, Thome (23), Konerko (18), Crede (13), Uribe (8). Blue Jays 6, Braves 3 Toronto 004 000 110—6 8 1 Atlanta 000 012 000—3 7 1 Lilly, Speier (7), Frasor (8), Schoenewels (8), BRyan (9) and Zaun; THudson, McBride (8), Paronto (8), Ray (9) and McCann. W—Lilly 7-7. L—THudson 6-6. Sv—BRyan (19). HR—Toronto, VWells (18). Cubs 9, Indians 2 (7 Innings) Chicago (NL) 108 000 00—9 13 0 Cleveland 100 001 Ox—2 6 1 CZambrano, Ohman (7) and HBIanco; Sabathla, Mu|ica (3), FCabrera (6) and VMartinez. W—CZambrano 6-3. L—Sabathia 5-4. Astros 5, Twins 3 Minnesota .'. 020 100 000—3 6 1 Houston 100 001 12x—5 9 1 CSilva, JRIncon (7), DReyes (8), Lohse (8), Eyre (B) and Mauar; WRodrlguez, Quails (7), Wheeler (8), Lidge (9) and Munson, Ausmus (9). W—Wheeler 1-4. L—Lohse 2-5. Sv—Lidge (19). HR—Houston, Berkman (20). Padres 3, Rangers 2 San Diego 100 001 001—3 8 2 Texas 000 110 000—2 6 1 CYoung, Embree (6), Adkins (7), Linebrink (8), Holfman (9) and Piazza, Bowen (8); Millwood, Otsuka (9) and Laird. W—Linebrink 4-2. L—Otsuka 2-3. Sv—Hoffman (18). HR—San Diego, Piazza (9). ; •; . Athletics 3, Rockies 2 (11 Innings) Oakland 000 100 001 01—3 B 1 Colorado 010 000 100 00—2 9 0 Zlto, Street (8), Calero (10) and Melhuse; Cook, Fuentes (9), Mesa (10), King (11), RRamlrez (11) and Torrealba. W—Calero 1-1. L—King 1-3. HRs—Oakland, Swisher 2 (19). Mariners 8, Dodgers 5 Seattle 001 100 240—8 14 0 Los Angeles (NL) ..010 004 000—5 9 .0 Washburn, JMateo (7), RSoriano (8), Putz (9) and Johjima, RRivera (7); Billingsley, Beimel (6), Broxton (7), DBaez (7), Kuo (8) and Martin. W— JMateo 4-0. L—DBaez 4-4. Sv—Putz (12). HRs—Seattle, Johjima (6), Reed (5), CEverett (9). Los Angeles, Saenz (6). National League Reds 6, Mets 5 Cincinnati 102 010 002—6 12 1 New York 100 010 300—5 12 1 Mays, CHammond (7), Standridge (8), Coffey (9) and LaRue, JaValentin (8); Soler, HBell (6), Oliver (7), Heilman (8), BWagner (9) and Lo Duca, RCastro (9). W—Standridge 1-0. L— BWagner 3-1. Sv—Coffey (5). HRs—New York, Reyes (7), JoValenlin (6). College World Series linescores UNC 6, Cal State Fullerton 5 North Carolina 004 020 000—6 13 1 Cal State Fullerton 021 000 200—5 14 2 Bard, Hovls (7), Carignan (8), Miller (9) and Johnson; Roemer, Estes (5), Jorgenson (6), Paul (9) and Curtis. W—Bard 9-3. L—Roemer 13-2. Sv—Miller (1). HR—Cox 2(15), Federowlcz (11). Oregon State 5, Rice 0 Rice 000 000 000—0 5 0 Oregon State 003 001 10x—5 7 0 Crow, Bramhall (3), McDanlel (7) and Lehmann; Turpen, Paterson (7) and Canham. W—Turpen 3-0. L—Crow 8-2. HR—McFeely (4). Basketball WNBA standings Eastern Conference W L Pet GB Connecticut 8 3 .727 — Indiana 9 4 .692 — Washington 7 4 .636 1 Detroit 6 4 .600 1% New York 3 9 .250 5% Charlotte 2 8 .200 5V4 Chicago 1 11 .083 7V4 Western Conference W L Pet GB Los Angeles 9 3 .750 — Houston 8 5 .615 1% Sacramento 6 5 .545 2% San Antonio 6 5 .545 2% Seattle 6 7 .462 3% Minnesota 5 6 .455 3% Phoenix 4 6 .400 4 Wednesday's results Indiana 77, Chicago 55 New York 72, Washington 66 Phoenix 87, Seattle 80 Sacramento 75, San Antonio 69 Los Angeles 75, Houston 55 Today's games Detroit at Charlotte, 10:30 a.m. Minnesota at Connecticut, 6 p.m. Friday's games Washington at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Connecticut at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Houston, 7:30 p.m. San Antonio at Seattle, 9 p.m. Los Angeles at Sacramento, 9 p.m. Indiana at Phoenix, 10 p.m. USBL Tournament Schedule •t Dodg« City Civic Center Friday'* first round 11 a.m. — Long Island Primetlme vs. Nebraska (Kearney) Cranes. 2 p.m. — Oklahoma Storm vs. Albany Pa- troons. 8 p.m. — Brooklyn Kings vs. Kansas Cagerz 8 p.m. — Dodge City Legend vs. NEPA Breakers Saturday'* temlflnal* 6 p.m. — Long Island/Nebraska winner vs. Oklahoma/Albay winner. 8 p.m. — Brooklyn/Kansas winner vs. Dodge City/NEPA winner. Sunday's championship 3 p.m. — Semifinal winners. World Cup standings (x-Mvtneed to Mcond round) First Round Group A W L T OF GA Pti x-Germany 300 8 2 9 x-Ecuador 210536 Poland -120 2 4 3 Costa Rica 030390 Friday, June 8 At Munich, Germany Germany 4, Costa Rica 2 At Qelsenklrchen, Germany Ecuador 2, Poland 0 Wednesday, June 14 At Dortmund, Germany Germany 1, Poland 0 Thursday, June 15 At Hamburg, Germany Ecuador 3, Costa Rica 0 Tueaday, June 20 At Berlin Germany 3, Ecuador 0 At Hanover, Germany Poland 2, Costa Rica 1 Group B W L T GF GA PU x-England 201527 x-Sweden 102325 Paraguay 120223 Trinidad 021041 Saturday, June 10 At Frankfurt, Germany England 1, Paraguay 0 At Dortmund, Germany Trinidad and Tobago 0, Sweden 0, tie Thursday, June 15 At Nuremberg, Germany England 2, Trinidad and Tobago 0 At Berlin Sweden 1, Paraguay 0 Tueaday, June 20 At Cologne, Germany Sweden 2, England 2, tie At Kalserslautem, Germany Paraguay 2, Trinidad and Tobago 0 Group C , W L T GF GA Pta x-Argentina 201817 x-Nalherlands 201317 Ivory Coast 120563 Serbia-Montenegro 030 2 10 0 Saturday, June 10 At Hamburg, Germany Argentina 2, Ivory Coast 1 Sunday, June 11 At Leipzig, Germany Netherlands 1, Serbia-Montenegro 0 Friday, June 16 At Gelsenklrchen, Germany Argentina 6, Serbia-Montenegro 0 At Stuttgart, Germany Netherlands 2, Ivory Coast 1 Wednesday, June 21 At Frankfurt, Germany Netherlands 0, Argentina 0, tie At Munich, Germany Ivor/ Coast 3, Serbia-Montenegro 2 GROUP D W L T GF GA Pta x-Portugal 300519 x-Mexico 111 434 Angola 012122 Iran 021261 Sunday, June 11 At Nuremberg, Germany Mexico 3, vs. Iran 1 At Cologne, Germany Portugal 1, Angola 0 Friday, June 16 At Hanover, Germany Mexico 0, Angola 0, tie Saturday, June 17 At Frankfurt, Germany Portugal 2, Iran 0 Wednesday, June 21 At Gelsenklrchen, Germany Portugal 2, Mexico 1 At Leipzig, Germany Iran 1, Angola 1, tie Group E W L T GF GA Pts x.ltaly 2 0.1 ,,5,. ,1. .'7 x-Ghana 210436 Czech Republic 120343 United Slates 021261 Monday, June 12 At Gelsenklrchen, Germany Czech Republic 3, United States 0 At Hanover, Germany Italy 2, Ghana 0 Saturday, June 17 At Cologne, Germany Ghana 2, Czech Republic 0 At Kalserslautern, Germany Italy 1, United Stalest, tie Thursday, June 22 At Hamburg, Germany Italy 2, Czech Republic 0 At Nuremberg, Germany Ghana 2, United States 1 Group F W L T GF GA Pts x-Brazil 200306 Australia 110333 Croatia 011011 Japan 011131 Monday, June 12 At Kalserslautern, Germany Australia 3, Japan 1 Tuesday, June 13 At Berlin Brazil 1, Croatia 0 Sunday, June 18 At Nuremberg, Germany Japan 0, Croatia 0, tie At Munich, Germany Brazil 2, Australia 0 Today's game At Dortmund, Germany Japan vs. Brazil, 2 p.m. At Stuttgart, Germany Croatia vs. Australia, 2 p.m. Group G W L T GF GA Pta Switzerland 101 204 South Korea 101 324 France 0021 12 Togo 020140 Tueaday, June 13 At Frankfurt, Germany South Korea 2, Togo 1 At Stuttgart, Germany France 0, Switzerland 0, tie Sunday, June 18 At Leipzig, Germany France 1, South Korea 1, tie Monday, June 19 At Dortmund, Germany Switzerland 2, Togo 0 Friday, June 23 At Cologne, Germany Togo vs. France, 3 p.m. At Hanover, Germany Switzerland vs. South Korea, 3 p.m. Group H W L T GF GA Pta x-Spaln 200716 Ukraine 110443 Tunisia 011 35 1 Saudi Arabia 011261 Wedneaday, June 14 At Leipzig, Germany Spain 4, Ukraine 0 At Munich, Germany Tunisia 2, Saudi Arabia 2, tie Monday, June 19 At Hamburg, Germany Ukraine 4, Saudi Arabia 0 At Stuttgart, Germany Spain 3, Tunisia 1 Friday, June 23 At Berlin Ukraine vs. Tunisia, 10 a.m. At Kalserslautern, Germany Saudi Arabia vs. Spain, 10 a.m. Second Round Saturday, June 24 Game 49 At Munich, Germany Germany vs. Sweden, 10 a.m. Game 60 At Leipzig, Germany Argentine vs. Mexico, 2 p.m. Sunday, June 25 Game 61 At Stuttgart, Germany England vs. Ecuador, 10 a.m. Game 62 At Nuremberg, Germany Portugal vs. Netherlands, 2 p.m. Monday, June 26 Game 63 At Kalaeralautern, Germany Italy vs. Group F second place, 10 a.m. Game 64 At Cologne, Germany Group G winner vs. Group H second place, 2 p.m. Tueaday, June 27 Game 55 At Dortmund, Germany Group F winner vs. Ghana, 10 a.m. Game 56 At Hanovef, Qei many Group H winner vs. Group G second place, 2 p.m. QUARTERFINALS Friday, June 30 Game 67 At Berlin Germany-Sweden winner vs. Argentina-Mexico winner, 10 a.m. Game 58 At Hamburg, Germany Game 53 winner vs. Game 54 winner, 2 p.m. Saturday, July 1 Game 59 At Qelsenklrchen. Germany England-Ecuador winner vs. Portugal- Netheriands winner, 10 a.m. Game 60 At Frankfurt, Germany Game 55 winner vs. Game 56 winner, 2 p.m. Semifinals Tueaday, July 4 At Dortmund, Germany Game 57 winner vs. Game 58 winner. 2 p.m. Wednesday, July B At Munich, Germany Game 59 winner vs. Game 60 winner, 2 p.m. Third Place Saturday, July 8 At Stuttgart, Germany Semifinal losers, 2 p.m. Championship Sunday, July 9 At Berlin Semifinal winners, 1 p.m. MLS standings Eastern Conference W L T Pta GF GA D.C. United 8 1 5 29 27 12 Kansas City 642 20 17 15 Columbus 463 15 11 19 New England 3 4 5 14 15 15 New York 2 2 7 13 15 17 Chicago 2 5 5 11 15 19 Western Conference W L T Pts GF GA FC Dallas 7 2 3 24 24 16 Houston 6 3 3 21 20 16 Colorado 5 4 3 18 16 18 CD Chlvas USA 5 5 2 17 20 17 Real Salt Lake 3 7 2 11 16 19 Los Angeles 2 10 2 8 10 23 NOTE: Three points for vlcloiy, one point for tie. Wednesday's results D.C. United I.Chicago0 New England 1, Columbus 1, tie CD Chlvas USA 1, Colorado 1, tie Saturday's games CD Chlvas USA at Columbus, 6:30 p.m. Kansas City at D.C. United, 6:30 p.m. Colorado at FC Dallas, 7:30 p.m. New England at Real Salt Lake, 8 p.m. Houston at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. Sunday's game New York at Chicago, 6 p.m. Wednesday's games Columbus at New York, 6:30 p.m. FC Dallas at New England, 6:30 p.m. D.C. United at Kansas City, 7:30 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Chicago, B p.m. Houston at CD Chivas USA, 9:30 p.m. Softball Prep honors All-State softball Class 5A First team Branne Daugherty, P, St. Thomas Acqulnas _Jacey Juden, P, Ark City 'Grace Toelkes, P, Shawnee Heights Andrew New, C, Shawnee Heights Kashllia Young, C, Ark City Laura Adamson, IF.,'Ark City All Millar, IF, Ark City Danl Lambrecht, IF Hays High Kristen Walson. IF. Wlnileld Brooke Allen, OF, Shawnee Heights Carlelgh Berry, OF, Mill Valley Kelly Pruitt, OF, Sallna South Cat White, UTIL, Mill Valley Second team Tori Rogers, P, Blue Valley West Sarah Wedel, P, Salina South Breayle Tacket, P, Wlnfield Alicia Iriwin, C, Salina South Brittney Hile, C, Blue Valley West Amanda Bowker, IF, Winfield Tessa Early, IF, Salina Central All Pfannenstiel, IF, Hays High Erin Leslie, IF, Mill Valley Rachel Baxter, OF, Bishop Miege Carry Brand, OF, St. Thomas Aquinas Kasey Tallaferro, OF, Shawnee Heights Chloe Jackson, UTIL., Hays High. Class 4A First team Ashley Spalding, P, Augusta Heather Davis, P, Ft. Scott Chelsee Eck, C, Andale Kelby Freeman, C, Pratt Kaillin Martin, IF, Andale Kristen Schnittker, IF, Hugoton Britta Gustafson, IF, Hugoton Sharlle Staab, IF, TMP-Marian Amy Schneider, OF, Andale Becky Dlehl, OF, Mulvane Mackenzie Salzman, OF, Eudora Melissa Borthwick, UTIL., Ulysses Second team Kendra Roles, P, TMP-Marian Marlssa Poppe, P, Girard Kayla Sears, C, Augusta Katie Gottschalk, C, TMP-Marian Amy Phillips, IF, Mulvane Kelsey Epperson, IF, Eudora Maddle Holub, IF, TMP-Marian Alex Zordel, IF, Baldwin Tara Roberts, OF, Mulvane Brittany Fowler, OF, Ft. Scott Taryn Dean, OF, Pratt Leslie Ford, UTIL., Prairie View local Results Hays Renegades Game 1 Hays 12, Stockton 2 (4 Innings) Stockton 001 1—225 Hays (5-6) 704 1 — 12 9 1 Post and Galloway; Clair, Konz (3), Nelson (4), Wlckham (4) and Sanders. W • Clair (2-0). L — Post. 2B — Willhoft, Clair, Hays. 3B — Clair, Hays. • T.C. Clair went 2-for-3 with a double, a triple and a run scored for the Renegades, while Gus Konz was 2-for-2 with a run scored. Game 2 Hays 12, Stockton 5 (4 Innings) Stockton 311 0 — 642 Hay* (6-6) 061 6 —12 9 4 Bland! and Krlley; Hart and Wlckham, Sanders (3). W — Hart (1-1). L — Biandt. 2B — Willhoft, Hays. 3B — Karat, Hays. HR — Will- holt, Hays. • Tanner Willhoft went 2-for-3 with a home run, a double and a run scored In the nightcap. The Renegades travel lo Smith Center on Friday lor a 6:30 p.m. doubleheader and to Manhattan on Saturday. John Bolllg tournament at HHS/IMP fields Friday's games at HHS field 3:30 p.m. — Garden City vs. Goodland 5:46 p.m. — Hays vs. Garden City 8 p.m. — Hays vs. Goodland at TMP field 3:30 p.m. — Russell vs. Sallna 5:45 p.m. — Sallna vs. Colby 8 p.m. — Colby vs. Russell Saturday's game* at HHS field 11:30 a.m. — Garden City vs. Sallna. 1:45 p.m. — Hays vs. Sallna 4 p.m. — Hays vs. Colby at TMP Held 11:30 a.m. — qplby vs. Goodland 1:46 p.m. — Goodland vs. Russell 4 p.m. — Russell vs. Garden City Sunday's games at HHS field or Lark* Park 10 a.m. — Sallna vs. Goodland 12:15 p.m. — Colby vs. Garden City 2:30 p.m. — Hays vs. Russell TV calendar Today COLLEGE BASEBALL 4p.m. E3PN2 — NCAA DMslon I. World Series, gams 13, teams TBA, at Omaha, Neb. (It necessary) 7:30 p.m. ESPN2 — NCAA Division I, World Series, game 14, teams TBA. at Omaha, Neb. (it necessary) GOLF 3p.m. USA — POA Tour, Booz Allen Classic, first round, at Potomac, Md. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6:30 p.m. TBS — Toronto at Atlanta 7p.m. ESPN — Minnesota at Houston Friday BOXING 8p.m. ESPN2 — Light mlddlewelghts. Joachim Al- clne (26-0-0) vs. Javier Mamanl (28-4-1), at Montreal 10p.m. SHO — Featherweights, Gamaliel Diaz (205-2) vs. Roberto Guerrero (17-1-1); super mid- dlewelghts, Andre Dlrrell (7-0-0) vs. Marcus Don Hall (11-1-0); super mlddlewelghts, Anthony Dlrrell (8-0-0) vs. James Morrow (9-2-2), at Oakland, Calif. EXTREME SPORTS 11 p.m. USA — Dew Action Sports Tour, Panasonic Open, at Louisville, Ky. (same-day tape) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6p.m. TBS — Atlanta at Tampa Bay 7:30 p.m. WON — Houston at Chicago While Sox SOCCER 8:55 a.m. ESPN — FIFA, World Cup, llrst round, Saudi Arabia vs. Spain, at Kalserslautern, Germany ESPN2 — FIFA, World Cup, tlrst round, Ukraine vs. Tunisia, at Berlin 1:55 p.m. ESPN — FIFA, World Cup, first round, Togo vs. France, at Cologne, Germany ESPN2 — FIFA, World Cup, first round, Switzerland vs. South Korea, at Hannover, Germany Transactions Baseball American League BOSTON RED SOX— Acquired RHP Jason Johnson and cash from the Cleveland Indians for a player to be named or cash. Optioned RHP Kyle Snyder to Pawtucket of the IL. Announced OF Dustan Mohr elected free agency rather than accept an outright assignment to Pawtucket of the IL. CHICAGO WHITE SOX— Announced OF Brian Anderson dropped his appeal of the five- game suspension he received for his role In a bench-clearing altercation in a May 20 game against the Cubs. DETROIT TIGERS— Named Ramon Perez director of Dominican Republic scouting. TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS— Placed RHP Ruddy Lugo on the 15-day DL. Recalled LHP Jon Swllzer from Durham of the IL. Designated 3B Sean Burroughs for assignment. TEXAS RANGERS— Agreed to terms with LHP Daniel Herrera and LHP Patrick Donovan. TORONTO BLUE JAYS— Optioned RHP Francisco Rosarlo to Syracuse of the IL. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS— Placed LHP Terry Mulholland and RHP Russ Ortiz on unconditional waivers. Placed OF Scott Hairston on the 15-day DL. Recalled RHP Casey Dalgle from Tucson of the PCL. HOUSTON ASTROS — Purchased the contract of RHP Roger Clemens from Round Rock of the PCL. PITTSBURGH PIRATES— Agreed to terms with RHP Brad Lincoln. SAN DIEGO PADRES— Agreed to terms with INF Chad Huffman, OF Cedrlc Hunter, LHP Nathanial Culp, RHP Andrew Underwood and RHP Timothy Bascom. Basketball National Basketball Association SAN ANTONIO SPURS— Traded C Rasho Nesterovic and cash to the Toronto Raptors for F Matt Bonner, F Eric Williams and a 2009 second- round draft pick. TORONTO RAPTORS— Released C Robert Whaley. American Basketball Association ABA — Granted an expansion team to the Benton Harbor-St. Joseph, Mich, area to begin play in the 2006-07 season. Announced team will be known as the Twin City Bailers. TWIN CITY BALLERS— Named Corey Sterling general manager. Football National Football League ST. LOUIS RAMS— Acquired QB Dave Ragone from the Cincinnati Bengals for an undisclosed draft pick. Arena Football League ORLANDO PREDATORS— Signed Jay Gruden, coach, to a contract extension through the 201 1 season. Hockey National Hockey League NHL BOARD OF GOVERNORS— Approved the sales of the St. Louis Blues and the Phoenix Coyotes. ATLANTA THRASHERS— Agreed to terms with F Brad Larsen, F Eric Boulton and F Cory Larose. BOSTON BRUINS— Named Don Sweeney director of player development. MINNESOTA WILD— Re-signed D Kurtis Foster to a one-year contract. NEW JERSEY DEVILS— Completed agreement to purchase Lowell franchise in the AHL SAN JOSE SHARKS— Declined their contract option on LW Scott Thornton. College ARKANSAS — Announced the resignation of Rose McLaughlin, assistant gymnastics coach. Named Todd Mann assistant swimming and diving coach. ARKANSAS STATE— Named Steve Johnson men's golf coach. CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE— Named Susan Anderson softball coach. DARTMOUTH— Named Jerry Foley women's swimming coach. GUILFORD— Named Michael Vile defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach MISSISSIPPI STATE— Named Nitra Perry women's assistant basketball coach. MISSOURI STATE— Named Dedric Ward wide receivers coach. MONTANA— Announced the resignation of Larry Krystkowlak, men's basketball coach to become an assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks. Promoted Wayne Tinkle from men's assistant basketball coach to men's basketball coach. MOUNT OLIVE— Named Mike Ingle athletic trainer. NORTHWESTERN— Announced the resignation of Jenny Halgh, women's soccer coach SOUTH CAROLINA STATE-Named Jamal Brown men's basketball coach. Sports History June 22 1918 — Molla Bjurstedt wins the women's U.S. Lawn Tennis Association title lor the fourth straight year, 6-4, 6-3 over Eleanor Goss. 1937 — Joe Louis knocks out Jim Braddock in the eighth round at Chicago's Comlskey Park to win the work, heavyweight title, which he would hold lor 1 1 years. 1938 — In a rematch portrayed In both countries as good vs. evil, Joe Louis knocks out Germany's Max Schmellng at 2:04 of the first round 81 " Stadlum lo ralain th8 n i 1949 — Ezzard Charles scores a 15-round unanimous decision over Jersey Joa Walcott at Comlskey Park In Chicago to win the vacant world heavyweight title. .u )S 7 u 9 ~ Uriy Holm88 81 °P« Mike Weaver In the 12!h round to retain the WBC heavyweight E tie at Madison Square Garden In NsTOrk 1994 — The Houston Rockete, led by Hakeem Ola uwon, win their lire! NBA title bLn™, New York 90-84 In Game 7 ol InV finals offi won gets 26 points, 10 rebounds, seven asslste and three blocks. """ 19W — Michael Moorer regains the IBF heavyweight title Irom Axel Schulz on a split decision In Frankfurt, Germany. F KSCA: Roles on 2nd team CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 "She's been very solid the last three years for us and as the shortstop this year was the anchor of our defense. She is kind of the fire starter and igniter for us. She's a great player that we'll miss a lot next year and we'll have some big shoes to fill." "It's pretty neat considering I was out for about half the season," Lambrecht said. "I was really surprised and pretty excited about it. It surprised me more than anything especially being injured but it turned out pretty well." Pfannenstiel paced the Indians offense and broke the single-season school record for hits. "All is going to be the leader next year," Rupp said. "She is probably the most improved player in a one year span I've had. If she gets the ball on the ground it's almost impossible to throw her She'll have to be the go-to girl next year, especially being the only returning infielder." Jackson remains undecided for where she will go to college in the fall but is weighing softball-playing options. "Chloe is the best defensively- skilled player that we've had for a long time," Rupp said. "She's got a strong arm and great speed and looks so smooth covering ground especially with the arm strength that she has." In a season that fell short of a Western Athletic Conference title or state tournament appearance, Rupp said he was pleased with the HHS representation on the all-state team. "I was pleased with three," Rupp said. "We're tickled to death. This just speaks out of respect for the program we've established in Hays. They know we have a quality program with good kids." Hays High finished 12-9 ending its season, Rupp's final one as head coach, in the first round of the 5A regional tournament. "A lot of people stepped up this year," Lambrecht said. "A lot of people just really stepped up in different positions. Mr. Rupp does a really good job. He really works hard to get everybody recognized and does such a good job for this team." , , Staab.and the Monarchs.tnoverJ upa/plasSjthis ye,ar but ,the. game j remained, the same she said. i "Just because we moved up and no one had heard of us and even though we moved up we were still the smallest school," Staab said. "It was awesome to get to the state championship and get this honor and it shows that we can still play great Softball in western Kansas." A utility player who spent time at third base, catcher and pitcher, Staab was the best hitter on the team with a .444 batting average and had a team-best 36 hits in 81 at- bats. She also led the team in stolen bases with 29. "Just like all the seniors, I didn't hold anything back," Staab said. "I knew I've never get to play for Alan again or play with my teammates or step on our home field ever again. Especially at state, it was just get out there and leave it all out on the field." Staab will be attending the NCAA Division m University of Dallas in the fall where she also hopes to play softball. Roles, the Monarchs ace pitcher for the past three years was 18-3 this season in which she gave up just 58 hits in 121 innings pitched and struck out 186 batters to just 11 walks on the season. Holub had one of the Monarchs' three home runs this season and also saw time on the mound where she was 1-1 in her rookie campaign. She was second only to senior Sara Stoecklein in RBIs on the team. TMP-Marian finished its season state runner up at 204 and also won it third straight Mid State Activities Association title. LARKS: Woytek gives up 3 hits CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 Fito Grtjalva pitched six innings for the no decision, allowing two unearned run? on four hits. Hays managed five hits in the opener with Dan Stovall and Christison each recording RJBfe. In Game 2, Hays starter Reed Woytek (0-1) gave up three runs in the third on just two of the Broncos' three hits for the contest. Garnet Broncos 3, Larks t (9 Inning*) Hay*(ir>6,7-6)....... !5oi 010 W—a 5 0 H Dorado <1W, 7-3) 109 pOI PI-3 » 3 Qrijaiva, Monterey (7) and 8qft&k Baxter (7) and Dtobens. W - BWdST-- (0-1). HH- Q«ms2

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