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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL orts FRI., JUNE 12-SAT., JUNE 13, 1998 — A-11 THE DAY IN SPORTS Ukiah's Schamber wins 500 A Main at Lakeport Speedway NBA National Basketball Association . ptoyoff Glance By The Associated Press All Times POT IFJNALS (B»s1-of-7) Utah vs. Chicago (All gnrwa televised by NBC) Wednesday, June) 3 Utah 88. Chicago 85. OT Friday, June 5 Chicago 93. Utah 88 Sunday, June 7 Chicago 96. Utah 54 Wednesday, June 10 Chicago 86. Utah 82. Chicago leads series 3-1 Friday, June 12 Utah at Chicago. 6 p.m. Sunday, June 14 'Chicago at Utah, 4:30 p.m.. it necessary Wednesday, June 17 Chicago al Utah. 6 p.m., if necessary Womack, Pittsburgh, 23; Blgglo, Houston 23- Renleria. Florida. 19: Stynss. Cincinnati. 14; DeShlslds. St. Louis. 14; RWhlte. Montreal. 13; Clayton. St. Louis. 13. PITCHING (8 Decisions)—GMaddux, Atlanta, 9-2. .818,1.69; Millwood. Atlanta. 8-2, .800, 4.07; Schmidt. Pittsburgh. 8-2. .800, 3.51; Glavlne, Atlanta, B-2. .800. 2.37; Lima, Houston, 7-2. .778. 2.99; Trachsel, Chicago, 6-2. .750. 3.86; Hampton. Houston. 8-3. .727. 2.88; Tapani, Chicago, 8-3. .727. 4 09. STRIKEOUTS—Schilling. Philadelphia. 134; Wood. Chicago, 98: Stottlemyre. St. Louis. 93: KBrown. San Diego, 86; RMartinez. Los Angeles, 85: Reynolds. Houston. 82; Nomo. New York. 78. SAVES—Nen. San Francisco, 19; Hoffman. San Diego, 18; Shaw. Cincinnati. 17; BWagner, Houston. 16; Beck. Chicago. 16; Urblna. Montreal. 15; JFranco. New York. 14. American League At A Glance By The Associated Press All Times PDT East Division NHL National Hockey League Playoff Glance . By The Associated Press AH Times PDT STANLEY CUP FINALS Tuesday, June 9 Detroit 2, Washington 1 Thursday, June 11 DeVoit 5. Washington 4, OT, Detroit leads series 2-0 Saturday, June 13 Detroit at Washington, 5 p.m. (ESPN) Tuesday, June 16 Delroit at Washington, 5 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, June IB Washington al Detroit, 5 p.m., rl necessary (FOX) Saturday, June 20 Detroit at Washington. 5 p.m., il necessary (ESPN) Tuesday, June 23 Washington at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary (FOX) New York Boston Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay Central Division Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Delroit Kansas City West Division Texas Anaheim Oakland Seattle W 46 37 32 31 27 W 38 29 26 23 23 W 39 36 28 28 L Pet. 14 26 33 34 37 GB .767 — .587101/2 .492161/2 .477171/2 .422 21 L Pet. 26 34 37 38 40 GB .594 — .460 8 1/2 .41311 1/2 .377131/2 .365141/2 The Daily Journal A huge turnout of forty box stocks took time trials with visitor Kyle Hirst lowering the track record to 11.148. Hirst returned to capture the trophy dash. "Movin"' Mike Carlson beat newcomer Mike Sedano in Heat One, while Bradley Terrell led Kyle Kepford to the Heat Two checkered. Mitchell Anthony held off "Flyin"' Brian Retzloff in Heat Three, while Tyler Asker led Damn Sullivan in Heat Four. C-Main No. 1 was captured "Hustlin"' Dustin Caldwell over "Dangerous" Daniele Zimmerman, while Terrell took C-Main No. 2 over "Cagey" Casey Thompson. Don Ford • L Pet. GB 25 .609 — 27 .571 2 1/2 36 .438 11 38 .424 12 MLB National League At A Glance By The Associated Press All Times PDT East Division Allanla •New York Philadelphia Montreal Florida Central Division Houston Chicago Pittsburgh 'Milwaukee St. Louis Cincinnati West Division W 45 36 29 25 19 W 40 38 33 31 30 28 L Pet. 21 25 33 39 46 GB .682 — .590 6 1/2 .468 14 .391 19 .29225 1/2 L Pet. 24 26 32 31 34 38 GB .625 — .594 2 .508 7 1/2 .500 8 .469 10 .424 13 W 41 41 33 27 21 GB LPct. 25 .621 25 .621 — 32 .508 7 1/2 39 .409 14 45 .318 20 Sa'fi Diego Jijin Francisco vj:os Angeles Colorado •Ajizona '"•f Thursday's Games .Montreal 7, N.Y. Yankees 5 3*Y. Mels 5. Florida 3 Anaheim 10, Arizona 5 .Only games scheduled Vrlday's Games JO. Mels (Yoshl 4-2) al Florida (Dempster 0-2), 4:05 •Milwaukee (Karl 5-3) at Pittsburgh (Cordova 6-3), € ston (Lima 7-2) at Cincinnati (Remlinger 3-7), p.m. Chicago Cubs (Tapani 8-3) at Philadelphia (Schilling ~SH), 4:35 p.m. 'Montreal (Vazquez 1-6) at Atlanta (Maddux 9-2), 4:40 t ouis,(Siotllerayre 6-5) at Arizona(Benes 4-6), - p.m. . 2*' rado (Kile 5-8) at tbl AngeleaKMItakl 1-4), 7:05 p.m. San Francisco (Rueler 7-3} at San Diego (Hitchcock 3-1), 7:05 p.m. •Saturday's Games oilcago Cubs (Gonzalez 5-5) at Philadelphia (Portugal 2-1), 10:15 a.m. St. Louis (Mercker 5-4) at Arizona (Anderson 4-6). 1:05 p.m. •Colorado (Wright 4-6) at Los Angeles (Dreilort 4-5), "JX5 p.m. )-N,.Y. Mets (Reed 7-3) at Florida (Meadows 4-5), 4:05 ' Milwaukee (Juden 5-5) al Pittsburgh (Schmidt 8-2). 4:05 p.m. Houston (Reynolds 7-3) at Cincinnati (Klingenbeck 01), 4:05 p.m. Mjxilreal(Johnson 0-1) at Atlanta (Glavine 8-2). 4:10 pjn. San Francisco (Gardner 5-2) at San Diego (Hamilton 4-7), 7:05 p.m. Sunday's Games Montreal at Atlanta, 10:10 a.m. Houston at Cincinnati, 10:15 a.m. Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia, 10:35 a.m. Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, 10:35 a.m. St/Louis at Arizona. 1:05 p.m. Colorado at Los Angeles, 1:05 p.m. San Francisco at San Diego, 1:05 p.m. MY. Mets at Florida, 1:35 p.m. National League Leaders BATTING—Olorud, New York, .357: MaGrace, Chicago, .349: Gwynn, San Diego, .346: BJordan, St. Louis, .343; Bichette, Colorado, .343; Kendall, Pittsburgh, .342; Alou, Houston, .341. RUNS—Bigglo, Houston, 58; ChJones, Atlanta, 56; Galarraga, Atlanta, 56; Glanvllle, Philadelphia, 53; : "McGwire, St. Louis, 52; Sosa, Chicago, 49; Mueller, San Francisco, 46; LWalker, Colorado, 46. J3BI—McGwire, St. Louis, 76: Galarraga, Atlanta, 66; C&slilla, Colorado, 61; Alou, Houston, 56; GVaughn, ''San Diego, 56; Sosa, Chicago, 56; Bichette, Colorado. 53. HITS—Bichette, Colorado, 93; Glanville. Philadelphia, 90; MaGrace, Chicago, 84; ChJones, Allanla, 82; £osa, Chicago, 81; Bigglo, Houston, 81; Galarraga, '•Atlanta, 80. ^UBLES—Fullmer. Montreal, 28; LWalker, "Colorado, 27; BBoone, Cincinnati, 22; JKenl, San Francisco, 22; Biggio, Houston, 21; Bichette, Colorado, 21; Bonds, San Francisco, 21. TRIPLES—OeShlelds, St. Louis, 6; Glanvllle, Philadelphia, 5; Collier, Pittsburgh, 4; NPerez, Colorado, 4; AJones, Atlanta, 4; Hollandsworth, Los Angeles, 4; Vina, Milwaukee, 4; Alou, Houston, 4; SFinley. San Diego. 4. HOME RUNS—McGwire, SI. Louis, 30; Galarraga, Atlanta, 25; Castilla, Colorado, 22; GVaughn, San Diego, 22; Sosa, Chicago, 20; ChJones, Atlanta, 17; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 14; Alou, Houston, 14; Bonds, San Francisco, 14. STOLEN BASES—EcYoung, Los Angeles, 26; Thursday's Games Montreal 7, N.Y. Yankees 5 Anaheim 10. Arizona 5 Oakland S, Seattle 2 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Baltimore (Mussina 4-3) at Toronto (Guzman 3-7). 4:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Arro|o 8-3) al Boston (Wakefield 6-3), 4:05 p.m. Cleveland (Wright 5-3) at N.Y. Yankees (Mendoza 41), 4:35 p.m. Delroit (Florle 4-1) al Kansas City (Rosado 1-5). 5:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Eyre 1-6) at Minnesota (Milton 35). 5:05 p.m. Anaheim (Olivares 3-2) at Texas (Burton 4-5), 5:35 Seattle (Moyar 3-6) at Oakland (Candlotti 4-7), 7:35 p.m. Saturday's Games Cleveland (Burba 8-4) at N.Y. Yankees (Cone 8-1), 10:15 a.m. Seattle (Johnson 5-5) at Oakland (Stein 2-3), 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Johnson 2-3) at Boston (Avery 3-1), 2:05 p.m. Baltimore (Drabek 5-6) at Toronto (Carpenter 2-2), 4:05 p.m. Detroit (Thompson 4-6) at Kansas City (Rapp 5-5), 5:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Slrotka 8-6) at Minnesota (Tewksbury 3-7), 5:05 p.m. Anaheim (Washburn 1-0) at Texas (Sele 9-3), 5:35 p.m. Sunday's Games Tampa Bay at Boston, 10:05 a.m. Cleveland at N.Y. Yankees, 10:35 a.m. Delroit al Kansas City, 11:05 a.m. Chicago White Sox at Minnesota, 11:05 a.m. Seattle at Oakland, 1:05 p.m. Baltimore at Toronto, 5:05 p.m. Anaheim at Texas, 5:05 p.m. MLS Major League Soccer At A Glance By The Associated Press All Times PDT Thursday's Game Chicago S, San Jose 2 Friday's Games No games scheduled Saturday's Games Miami at New York-New Jersey, 4 p.m. Washington D.C. al Columbus, 4:30 p.m. Sunday's Games Chicago at New England, noon Voted BEST FESTIVAL of Sonoma County for '94 thru 97 "Celebrating the 20th Anniversary" HEALTH & HARMONY MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL '98 All four transferred to the B- Main. Bobby "Fooled Around and Fell In" Lovrin out-dueled Derek Holt for the B-Main, both earning a hall pass to the A- Mairi. Terrell, Brenden Fanucchi, and Retzloff rounded out the B- Main top five. Early in the A-Main, it looked as if Kyle Hirst had the kart to beat as he cut through traffic on his way to the front (and a probable post-race teardown) but he slipped off the track during a passing maneuver and settled for ninth. Meanwhile, rookie driver Tyler Asker drove a strong race at the front of the field and held off all comers, capturing his first A-Main victory. Points contender Scott "the Shot" Sabol took second over Danny Marcin. Marcin was disqualified in post race inspection giving "Rockin"' Roman Rose third. Lovrin drove from the back row to claim fourth and Justin "Lightning Bolt" Holt rounded out the top five. Keith Nelson set fast time in the 125cc division but Jason Mclntosh took the Trophy Dash hardware home. Kenny Grinols earned the Heat One victory over double dipping Kyle Hirst, while Richard Page beat out fellow Ukiahan Nelson for Heat Two. Grinols captured the B-Main over Anthony Guida, as both transferred to the A-Main. Jack • Ell took command in the A- Main, capturing his first A-Main of the year. Hirst took second over Nelson. Mclntosh and Kyle Medina rounded out the top five. Trever Cummins was only 0.07 seconds off his track record in the 500cc division, setting fast time for the field. Thomas Mattos captured the Trophy Dash. Dan Stahr captured Heat One over Rob Cummins while Eddie Brown zipped to Heat Two victory over Zack Miller. In the A Main, it was "Rocket" Rick Schamber holding off young gun Brian McClish of Santa Rosa for the victory. Zack Miller held third. Continued from PageA-9 Ukiah side. In Sunday's doubleheader, Don Ford Electric again came out strong, out-hitting Redwood Empire out of Santa Rosa, 12-6 in an 8-7 win. In another closely-fought contest, the Ukiah side scored twice in the ninth for the come-from- behind win. With Tyson Dickinson and Johnston both on base, Pethel and Andy Furlong both singled in the scores for the win, the latter with two outs. Pethel finished 3-for-5 at the plate, while Dickinson finished 2-for-4. Johnston, who homered in the second inning, went 2-for- 3, as did Furlong, who also drove American League Leaders BATTING—(Rodriguez. Texas, .379; BWilliams, New York. .353; Segui, Seattle, .339; Erslad, Anaheim, .333; HMorris, Kansas Cily, .333: TWalker, Minnesota, .332; DJeter, New York. .329; O'Neill, New York, .329. RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle, SB; DJeter, New York, S3; Thome, Cleveland, S3; Durham, Chicago, 52; Grieve, Oakland, 50; ARodriguez, Seattle. 49; TGoodwin, Texas, 48; IRodriguez, Texas, 48; Knoblauch, New York, 48; JCora, Seattle, 48. , RBI—OuGonzalez, Texas, 80; Griffey Jr. Seattle, 60; Thome, Cleveland, 55; Belle, Chicago, 55; Easley, Detroit, 51; RPalmelro, Baltimore, 51; ARodriguez, Seattle, 49; O'Neill, New York, 49. HITS—IRodriguez, Texas, 89; Erstad, Anaheim, 88; ARodriguez, Seattle. 85; MVaughn, Boston, 83; McCracken, Tampa Bay, 82; JuGonzalez, Texas, 80; O'Neill, New York, BO. DOUBLES—Thome, Cleveland, 26; IRodriguez. Texas, 24; Justice. Cleveland, 22; EMartinez. Seattle, 22: JuGonzalez, Texas, 20; Belle. Chicago, 20; O'Neill, New York, 20. TRIPLES—Otferman, Kansas City, 7; DJeter, New York, 5; Durham, Chicago, 5; BWilliams, New York. 5; 8 are tied with 4. HOME RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle. 26; ARodriguez, Seattle, 22; JuGonzalez, Texas, 21: MVaughn, Boston, 19; Canseco, Toronto, 19; Easley, Delroit, 17; Thome, Cleveland, 17. STOLEN BASES—Henderson, Oakland, 25; TGoodwin, Texas, 23; Lolton, Cleveland, 20; BLHunter, Detroit, 18: Canseco, Toronto, 17; Stewart, Toronto, 16; Knoblauch, New York, 18. PITCHING (8 Decisions)—OWells, New York, 8-1, .889, 4.25; Cone. New York, 8-1. .869, 4.97; WWilliams. Toronto, 7-2, .778, 3.02; PMartinez, Boston. 7-2. .778, 3.46; CFinley, Anaheim, 7-2, .778, 2.65; Sele, Texas, 9-3, .750, 3.53; Arroio, Tampa Bay, 8-3, .727, 3.50; Helling, Texas. 8-3, .727, 4.62; Saberhagen, Boston, 8-3, .727, 5.03. STRIKEOUTS—RJohnson, Seattle, 115; PMartinez, Boston, 114; CFinley, Anaheim, 104; Clemens, Toronto, 87; Erlckson, Baltimore, 81; Colon, Cleveland, 75; Sele, Texas, 71; Guzman, Toronto, 71. SAVES—Perclval, Anaheim, 19; Gordon. Boston, 19; Wetteland, Texas, 18; RaMyers, Toronto, 16; MJackson, Cleveland, 13; MRivera, New York, 12; RHemandez, Tampa Bay, 12; Aguilera, Minnesota, 12. HEALTH EXPO Natural Foods Sampling Organic Wine Tasting Fine Arts & Crafts ECO-VILLAGE EXPO Goddess Temple Children's Activities Industrial Hemp Expo sat. - sun. June 13th-14th ' ° am ' 7 pm in two scores. Jarod Wilson, who recently returned from a shoulder injury that saw him miss the entire Mendocino College season, got the win on the mound. Wilson gave up thre runs in four innings pitched. The Ukiah side failed to keep the momentum going into the second game, losing 8-4. Pethel finished 2-for-2 at the plate, while Haliday went l-for-3. "Sunday was better," Dana said. "Once again we didn't pitch very well. In game one we gave up seven runs, four of them on wild pitches. "I think we're hitting well and right now, we're just getting to know each other. We're getting in some kids from outside the area and some of the kids that have redshirted (for the college team this past season). So they're just getting to learn each other and getting back into it." Don Ford Electric play two Schmidt more doubleheaders this weekend, hosting the Solano Mudcats at Mendocino College Saturday, starting at 11 a.m. and traveling to Elsie Allen in Santa Rosa Sunday to play the Redwood Empire also starting at 11 a.m. Continued from Page A-9 ence title. "His strength as a player was his hitting and his defense," Eagles assistant coach Jason Dana said. "He was one of our team leaders when he was here. During the first half of our championship year, he carried us offensively, batting .460. "Every game Bryan would have two or three hits, and he was an unselfish player." Schmidt, who reported to a Padres minor league side in Rancho Cucamunga in Southern California this week, batted .385 with the Cornhuskers this past season. •jump on the iitnev m^ _ Northbound * r 7 Jitney- Direct service on State Street Mendocino College 07:54 AM 08:54 AM Crossroads Transit Center -- — -- Grocery Outlet 07:48 AM 08:48 AM Library 07:43 AM 08:43 AM Safeway (S State St) 07:39 AM 08:39 AM Airport - --(1) 08:35 AM Plant Rd & State 07:25 AM 08:32 AM (1) June 14 to July 24 the first northbound trip will turn o Washington. The bus will turn east on Washington and t .... Southbound 7 Jitney- Direct service on State Street Mendocino College 08:05 AM 09:05 AM Crossroads Transit Ctr Arrive -- -Perkowski Printing 08:11 AM 09:11 AM Library/Standley 08:16 AM 09:16 AM Ukiah Theatre 08:20 AM' 09:20 AM Airport 08:25 AM 09:25 AM Plant Rd & State 08:28 AM 09:28 AM ^ •» effective June 14, 1998 09;64AM , 10:54 AM 11:54 AM „ ,» .. •- ••• -•• 09:48 AM 10:48 AM 11:48 AM 09:43 AM 1 0:43 AM 1 1 :43 AM 09:39 AM 10:39 AM 11:39 AM 09:35 AM 1 0:35 AM 11 :35 AM 9:32 AM 1 0:32 AM 1 1 :32 AM ff S State St at Laws travel past Comm len resume the normal route on State New This Summer effective June 15, 1998 1 0:05 AM 1 1 :05 AM 1 2:05 PM ,-> -* — — f •" 10:11 AM 11:11 AM 12:11 PM 10:16 AM 11;16AM 12:16 PM 10:20 AM 11:20 AM 12:20 PM 10:&5 AM 11:25 AM 12:25 PM 10:28 AM 11:28 AM 12:28 PM •»• ^•KES£X7/£££<_ MONDAY-FRIDAY 12:54PM 01:54PM __ •• "» •"* 12:48PM 01:48PM 12:43PM 01:43PM 12:39PM 01:39PM 12:35PM 01:35PM 12:32 PM 01:32PM 02:54 PM "" 02:48 PM 02:43 PM 02:39 PM 02:35 PM 02:32 PM mity Clinic then take Dora Street north to street. 01:05PM 02:05 PM „ _- -- -01:11 PM 02:11 PM 01:16PM 02:16 PM 01:20PM 02:20 PM 01:25PM 02:25 PM 01:28PM 02:28 PM r s^3- 7 * sixatf* e3* MTA now has 8 round trip runs between Plant Rd and Mendocino College. < z^ot^jp- For more info., call 462-1422 * t^\S*J i~Mi»i_M_O«iwA 03:05 PM — 03:11 PM 03: 16PM 03:20 PM 03:25 PM 03:28 PM t^/\^\ r^lfft.. 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