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D2 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL' SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule BASEBALL Noon — Ma|or League Baseball, Chicago Cubs at Florida, WQN. ••.35 p.m. — Makw League Baseball, Milwaukee at Atlanta, WTBS, cable 15. 7:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Chicago White Sox at Texas, WON. I p.m. — Major League Baseball, Colorado at Arizona, FSN, cable 55. GOLF 3 p.m. — Senior PGA Golt, The Tradition, ES- PN, cable 38. HOCKEY 1 p.m. — NCAA Hockey Championship, New Hampshire vs. Michigan, ESPN2, cable 39. 7 p.m. — NCAA Hockey Championship, Ohio State vs. Boston College, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 10 «.m. — Women's tennis, Family Circle Magazine Cup, ESPN, cable 38. T-2:07. A-38,623 (48.262). BLUE JAYS 3, TWINS 2 MINNESOTA TORONTO Bbrhbl 4000 3211 3010 4001 3000 2000 1010 4000 3000 4010 31 242 ab r h bl 1000 3000 2010 4000 4000 4000 4000 2220 3133 3000 Totals 31 2 4 2 Totals 30 3 6 3 Minnesota 000 001 010—2 Toronto 020 010 OOx-3 LOB—Minnesota 7, Toronto 6. 28—Molltor (1), Sprague (1). 3B-^loCruz (1). HR—Gales (1), JoCruz (1). Nixon ct Gates 2b Molitor dh Merced 1b MCdvalt Lawtonrf Ochoaph Coomer3b Slnbchc Stewart It Crespolt TFmdz 2b SGreenrf Cnsecodh Stanley 1b FKcherc Sprgue3b JoCruzcf AGnzIz ss Totals IP H HER BB SO Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay Boston New York W 1 1 t 0 0 Central Division Chicago Cleveland Detroit Kansas City Minnesota W 1 1 1 1 0 West Division Anaheim Oakland Seattle Texas W 0 0 0 0 Pet. 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 Pet. .000 .000 .000 .000 Minnesota Tewksbury L.0-1 6 53322 Swindell 1 10011 Trombley 1 00002 Toronto Clemens W.1-0 7 21133 Escobar 1 11112 RaMyersS,1 1 10000 Tewksbury pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. HBP—by Clemens (Steinbach). WP— Swindell. Umpires—Home, Coble; First, Ford; Second, Hendry, Third, Young. T—2:24. A—41,387(51,000). Today's schedule THURSDAY, APRIL 2 BASEBALL Hesston at Brown Mackie, 3 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Emporla State, 4 p.m. Kansas City at Baltimore, 6:05 p.m. SOFTBALL Abilene at Ell-Saline, 4:30 p.m. TRACK » FIELD SE Saline at Hays, 3 p.m. Huffman 3. Hockey FGrciaSb 4111 Teltordp 0000 Cdlierss 3000 DeHarip 0000 FCdva p 3000 Lmgst ph 1000 MWkns p 0000 Andrws 3b 3000 MSmith ph 1000 Widger c 3000 Loiselle p 0000 CPerez p 2010 Bennett p 0000 Spovallcl 1000 Totals 33 4 7 4 Totals 29 0 5 0 Pittsburgh 000 000 310—4 Montreal 000 000 000-0 DP—Pittsburgh 1, Montreal t. LOB—Pittsburgh 6. Montreal 6.28—Womack (1), Santangelo (1). S—Allensworth, Grudzielanek. DEVIL RAYS 11, TIGERS S DETROIT TAMPA BAY Tuesday's results Chicago White Sox 9, Texas 2 Kansas City 4, Baltimore 1 Detroit 11, Tampa Bay 6 Cleveland 10, Seattle 9 Wednesday's results Baltimore 10, Kansas City 1 Toronto 3, Minnesota 2 Tampa Bay 11, Detroit 8 NY Yankees at Anaheim, (n) Cleveland at Seattle, (n) Boston at Oakland, (n) Thursday's gsmm Boston (WakefiekJ 12-15) at Oakland (Rogers 8-7), 2:15 p.m. Minnesota (Hawkins 6-12) at Toronto (Henl- gen 15-10), 6:05 p.m. Detroit (Worrell 4-8) at Tampa Bay (Saunders 4-6), 6:05 p.m. Kansas City (Rapp 5-8) at Baltimore (Key 1610), 6:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Sirotka 3-0) at Texas (Sole 13-12), 7:35 p.m. NY Yankees (Wells 16-10) at Anaheim (Hill 9- 12),9:05p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pel GB Atlanta 1 0 1.000 — New York 1 0 1.000 — Florida 1 1 .500 <A Montreal 0 1 .000 1 Philadelphia 0 1 .000 1 Central Division Pittsburgh St. Louis Chicago Houston Milwaukee Cincinnati W 1 1 1 1 0 0 Pel 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 West Division GB 'A 14 t 1V4 GB W L Pet. Colorado 2 0 1.000 San Diego 2 0 1.000 — San Francisco 1 1 .500 1 Los Angeles '0 1 .000 1 'A Arizona 0 2 .000 2 Tuesday's results NY Mels 1, Philadelphia 0,14 Innings San Diego 10, Cincinnati 2 Atlanta 2, Milwaukee 1 SL Louis 6, Los Angeles 0 Florida 11, Chicago Cubs 6 San Francisco 9, Houston 4,13 innings Colorado 9, Arizona 2 Wednesday's results Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 0 Chicago Cubs 10, Florida 3 San Diego 10, Cincinnati 9 Houston 7, San Francisco 6 Colorado 6, Arizona 0 Thursday's games Chicago Cubs (Gonzalez 11-9) at Florida (Medina 0-0), 12:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Schmidt 10-9) at Montreal (Hermanson 8-8), 12:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Part 14-8) at St. Louis (Politte 00),;12:40 p.m. San Diego (Ashby 9-11) at Cincinnati (Cooke 9-16), 6:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Portugal 0-2) at N.Y. Mats (Letter 11-9), 6:40 p.m. Milwaukee (Karl 10-13) at Atlanta (Glavine 147), 6:40 p.m. San Francisco (Ruetar 13-6) at Houston (Halama 0-0), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Astacio 12-10) at Arizona (Anderson 4-2), 8:05 p.m. American League ' ORIOLES 10, ROYALS 1 KANSAS CITY BALTIMORE •brhbl Damon d 4010 Otfrmn2b 3010 Hanson 2b 1000 HMrrls 1b 4000 PaJmer3b 3111 Hattec3b 1000 Pndltondh 4000 Sutton II 3000 EnYng rf 3010 Mcfrlnec 3000 FMrtnzss 3000 abrhbl abrhbl BLHntrcf 4100 McCknd 5230 Roberts dti 4111 Cairo 2b 5 2 3 t Hggnsnrt 5331 BoggsSb 4221 ToClrklb 5132 McGrfHb 4134 LGnzIz if 4133 Srrento dh 5011 Easley2b 3010 OaMrtzrt 5011 Randa3b 5011 Flhertyc 5110 Csnovac 3000 RIBrlrlf 4221 Bailee pr 0100 Stacker ss 5121 JOIverc 1000 BRpkn ss 3010 CUnotto 2b 1000 Totals 38(138 Totals 4J111810 Detroit 300 010 211- 8 Tampa Bay 200 401 13x-11 E-Casanova (1), Arroio (1). LOB—Detroit 10, Tampa Bay 10.2B—ToClark (1), LGonzalez (2), McCracken (1), Boggs (1), McGriff (1). 3B— Stacker (1). HR—RIButler (1). SB—BLHunter (1), McCracken (1). CS-BRipken (1). IP H RER BB SO Detroit MoehlerUM 32-3 10 6 6 0 0 Sager 12-3 3 1 0 0 0 Runyan 2-300012 Florie 1 11100 Brocall 1-34331 0 Duran 2-300012 Timpt Bay Arro)oW,1-0 6 84416 RTatls 1-332210 ALopez 1 11120 Meclr 2-300000 RHemandez 1 11111 HBP—by RHemandez (Easley), by Arrojo (Roberts). WP—Brocail. Umpires—Home, Reilly; First, McClelland; Second, Hlrschbeck; Third, Garcia. T-3:3t.A-30,109 (45,200). National League ROCKIES 6, DIAMONDBACKS 0 COLORADO ARIZONA abrhbl 5010 0000 4120 1010 3321 5143 4122 5010 4010 4010 4010 0000 39616 6 Pittsburgh FCordovaW,1-0 MWilkins Loiselle Montreal CPerez L.0-1 Bennett Telford DeHart H RER BB SO 62-3 7 3 3 1 6 1-301110 t 00000 1 00000 Bennett pitched to 2 batters In the 8th. HBP—by Bennett (AMartin). PB—Widger. Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Davidson; Second, Hallion; Third, Gorman. T—2:27. A—31,220(46,500). Arizona AnBenes L.0-1 Sodowsky Brow RSpringer 61-3 2-3 1 1 abrhbl 3000 4000 4010 3000 3000 4000 3010 3000 2010 0000 1000 0000 30 0 3 0 002 000 301—6 000 000 000—0 E—Castilla (1), Diaz (1). DP—Colorado 1, Arizona 2. LOB—Colorado 10, Arizona 6. 2B— LWalker 2 (2), Bichette 2 (2), Helton (3), NPerez (1). HR—Castilla (3). SB—TLee (1). CS—Lansing (1), Castilla (1). Using 2b Bales 2b Burks cf CGdwincf LWIkerrf BchetteK Castilla 35 Helton 1b JReedc NPerez ss Thmsnp McElryp Totals Colorado Arizona DWhite cf JBellss TLeelb MWIms3b Bredelf KGrcia rf Fbrgasc DiazSb Blair p Olson p Crjnes ph Daalp Totals PADRES 10, REDS 9 SAN DIEGO CINCINNATI abrhbl QVeras 2b 3100 Stynes II 4224 5120 5111 0000 4111 4110 0000 0000 0000 3112 4221 3000 0000 1000 Nnnally rf WGme3b EduPrz 1b RSndrs cf Tbnseec Frdycec BBcone2b abrhbl 5220 5121 4223 5110 4100 3112 1100 5040 1001 0000 0000 2012 2000 0000 0000 1000 0000 1000 0000 Totals 361010 9 Totals 39913 9 San Diego 012 007 000—10 Cincinnati 510 000 300- 9 E—Nunnally (1). DP—Cincinnati 1. LOB— San Diego 4, Cincinnati 8. 2B—GMyers (1), Gomez 2 (2), Nunnally 2 (2), WGreene (1), Taubensee (1), BBoone 2 (2). HR—SFinley (1), Camlniti (1), WGreene (1). SB-SFinley (1). SF—Reese. IP San Diego JHamiltonW,1-0 51-3 SFinley cf Gwynn rf Cminiti 3b Hffman p Joyner Ib GVghn If Htctick p Bhmgrp Sheets 3b GMyrsc Gomez ss JHmtn p Miceli p Mouton If LHrris ph Dmjsnss CaseyIb Hmischp GWhite p Sllivan p DYngph RJrdanp ABoone ph Umpires—Home, Quick; First, DeMuth; Second, Darling; Third, Poncino. T—2:50. A—47,484 (48,500). MLB payrolls NEW YORK (AP) — Payrolls and average salaries for the opening day rosters ol the 28 major league teams. Figures were obtained by The Associated Press from management and player sources and Include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses. In some cases, parts ol salaries deferred without Interest are discounted to reflect present-day values. Team Payroll Average Baltimore $68,988,134 $2,555,116 NY Yankees 63,460,567 2,440,791 Cleveland 59,583,500 2,127,982 Atlanta 59,536,000 2,126,286 Texas 55,304,595 1,975,164 St. Louis 52,575,000 1,752,500 Seattle 52,027,136 1,676,295 Boston 51,647,000 1,780,931 NYMets 49,517,999 1,650,600 Chicago Cubs 49,433,000 1,830,852 Toronto 48,866,000 1,738,071 Los Angeles 47,970,000 1,654,138 Colorado 47,434,648 1,694,095 San Diego 45,368,000 1,744,923 Houston 40,629,000 1,451,036 San Francisco 40,570,833 1,560,417 Anaheim 38,702,000 1,290,067 Chicago White Sox 36,640,000 1,473,600 Philadelphia 34,370,000 1,227,500 Florida 33,434,000 1,238,296 Kansas City 32,962,600 1,177,232 Milwaukee ' 32,393,012 1,117,000 Arizona 30,571,500 1,054,190 Minnesota 26,162,500 1,090,938 Tampa Bay 25,317,500 873,017 Detroit 22,725,000 783,621 Cincinnati 21,995,000 758,448 Oakland 20,063,000 668,767 Pittsburgh 13,352,000 476,857 Montreal 9,162,000 352,385 Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Ptl OF QA x-New Jersey 4520 9 99203144 x-Phitedelprtla 38 24 11 87 216 173 Washington 34 28 11 79 195 186 NY Rangers 22 35 18 62 184 213 NY Islanders 25 38 10 60 191 209 Florida 21 40 12 54 177 229 Tampa Bay 17 47 9 43 142 233 Northeast Division W L T Pts OF GA x-Pittsburgh 36 21 17 89 204 171 Boston 34 26 13 81 194 170 Montreal 35 29 10 80 219 189 Buffalo 32 26 15 79 187 165 Ottawa 28 31 13 69 168 179 Carolina 30 35 8 68 182 196 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Ptl GF QA x-Dallas 43 18 11 97 214 143 x-Detrolt 40 20 15 95 227 179 x-SI. Louis 40 26 8 88 223 178 Chicago 29 33 12 70 180 181 Phoenix 28 32 12 68 193 202 Toronto 26 39 9 61 171 214 Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA 37 22 16 90 215 186 34 28 11 79 208 198 29 35 10 68 186 203 30 37 7 67 182 199 24 36 13 61 194 218 24 38 11 59 180 227 22 39 13 57 203 253 H HER 8B SO Miceli Hitchcock Boehn'nger Hoffman S, Cincinnati Hamisch. GWhite Sullivan L.0-1 RJordan Belinda 11-3 0 11-3 1 51-3 0 2-3 1 2 Hitchcock pitched to 1 batter in the 7th, GWhite pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. WP—Sullivan. Umpires—Home, Bonln; First, Hohn; Second, Hernandez; Third, Marsh. T—2:53. A—13,706 (52,953). Colorado Thomson W, 1-0 McElroy Arizona Blair L.0-1 Olson IP H RER BB SO 3 0 12 1 3 32 1 4 1 ByAdsncf RAImr2b OGIIenSb EDaviedh RPImMb Carter rl Surhotllf CRpken3b Rboulet 3b Hmndslf Wbsterc Bordickss Total! abrhbl 5001 4121 0000 4120 3111 3110 1000 4114 0000 3111 4332 4100 35101110 WP—Blair. Umpires—Home, DeMuth; First, Darling; Second, Ponctno; Third, Quick. T—2:48. A—43,758 (48,500). CUBS 10, MARLINS 3 CHICAGO FLORIDA abrhbl LJhnsn d 5010 Blauserss 3310 MaGce 1b 4210 Sosa rt 4222 Orte3b 4134 HRdrgz H 4000 Mleske If 0100 Servaisc 4112 Mmdni 2b 4012 MClark p 2000 JHmdz ph 1000 TAdms p 0000 Alxndrpl) 1000 Beckp 0000 36101010 abrhbl 5111 4020 4110 2010 4011 4000 4110 3000 1000 1000 0000 1000 0000 0000 0000 1011 34 3 83 202 010 005-10 000 100 011— 3 Floyd II Hnteria ss Esnrich 1b ShfSeld rt Kotsaycf CJhnsnc Cunsell2b Booty 3b FHrdiap DLeeph Ojalap Cnglosl ph Dmsbr p Hnrqez p GGnzIz p Zaunph Totals ASTROS 7, GIANTS 6 SAN FRANCISCO HOUSTON abrhbl 5131 4120 5100 3001 4124 0000 0000 0000 3010 4130 3100 3000 1000 x-Colorado Los Angeles Edmonton San Jose Calgary Anaheim Vancouver x-clinched playoff berth Tuesday's results Washington 5, NY Islanders 2 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 Montreal 3, Carolina 3, tie Wednesday's results San Jose 3, Pittsburgh 2 Buffalo 4, Los Angeles 0 NY Islanders 4, Tampa Bay 0 Boston 4, NY Rangers 2 Carolina 4, New Jersey 0 Montreal 4, Florida 3 St. Louis 6, Toronto 4 Detroit 2, Colorado 0 Dallas at Calgary (n) Edmonton at Vancouver (n) Phoenix at Anaheim (n) Thursday's games Tampa Bay at Washington, 6 p.m. San Jose at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Colorado at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Basketball Baylor Texas ASM Missouri Oklahoma Texas Tech Oklahoma State Kansas Iowa State Texas Nebraska W 10 10 4 6 6 5 3 3 2 1 0 W 25 27 19 21 23 18 15 11 7 13 12 DHmtncf Mueller 3b Bonds If Kent 2b Hayes Ib Jhnstne p RRdrgz p Tvarez p Javier rt Mayne c Aurilia ss Hrshsr p Snowtb Biggio2b DeBell rt Bgwell Ib Spiers 3b Berry 3b Aloulf Everett cf Gterrez ss Asmusc Hmptnp DCIark ph Miner p Howell ph BWgnrp Totals Totals Chicago Florida E—Booty 2 (2). DP-Chicago 1, Florida 1. LOB—Chicago 6, Florida 7. 2B—MaGrace (1), Sosa (1), Orie (2), Servals (1). 3B—Counsel! (2). HR-Orie (1), Floyd (1). CS—Renteria (1). S-MCIark. SF-Orie. Totals Kansas City 010 000 000— 1 Baltimore 500 202 01 x—10 E-WMoms (1), Palmar (1), RPalmeiro (1). DP—Kansas City 1. LOB—Kansas City 5, Baltimore 3. HR—Palmer (1), CHipken (1), Hammonds (t), Webster 2 (2). Kansas City Rusch 1,0-1 Pittsley Whisenant Bevil Baltimore EricksooW,1-0 IP H RER BB SO Chicago MClark W.1-0 TAdams Beck Florida FHeredia 1,0-1 Ojala Darensbourg Henriquez GGonzalez IP 7 1 1 5 2 1 H RER BB SO 1-3 2-3 1 1 1 Rusch pitched to 2 batters in the 5th. Umpires—Home, Clark; First, Joyce; Second, Craft; Third, McKean. WP—Darensbourg. Umpires—Home, Williams, C.; First, Rapuano; Second, Drackman; Third, Pulli. T—2:51. A—16,877(41,855). PIRATES 4, EXPOS 0 PITTSBURGH MONTREAL abrhbl abrhbl Wmack2b 5022 Grdzlnss 3010 Kendall c 4010 Snlnglocl 4010 AMrtin H 3110 VGrero rf 3000 KYng 1b 3000 Fllmer Ib 4000 Alnswrtd 3110 RWhitelf 3020 JGIIen rf 4111 Vidro 2b 2000 abrhbl 2210 4100 3100 3011 0000 4113 4110 4120 4011 2010 1000 0000 1000 0000 Totals 35 611 6 Totals 32 7 8 5 San Francisco 000 240 000—« Houston 400 010 02x—7 DP—Houston 2. LOB—San Francisco 6, Houston 7. 2B—DHamilton (1), Mueller (1), Mayne (1), Spiers (1), Gutierrez (1). HR—Hayes (1), Alou (1). SB—Aurilia (1), Bigglo 3 (3). IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Hershiser 6 55533 Johnstone 2-30001 0 RRodriguez 1-31 1 1 1 0 TavarezL,0-1 1 21000 Houston Hampton 6 86647 Miller W, 1-0 2 20002 BWagnerS.1 1 10001 RRodriguez pitched to 1 batter in the 8lh. HBP—by Hershiser (Blggio). WP—Hershiser. PB—Mayne. Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Bell; Second, Meals; Third, Tata. T—3:04. A—13,719(54,370). Late boxscore TUESDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE ROCKIES 9, DIAMONDBACKS 2 COLORADO ARIZONA abrhbl 5120 0000 0000 4011 1200 4111 5241 5335 4021 4000 5000 3000 0000 0000 40 913 9 DWhite cf RPmgrp JBell ss TLeelb MWIms 3b Bredelf KGrcia rt Fbrgas c DiazSb AnBnesp Sdwsky p Browp CrJnes If Lnsing 2b Lskanic p Dlpoto p Burks cf CGdwin cl LWIker rt Bchette If Castilla 3b Mellon 1b NPerez ss Mnwmc Kilep VnWalph Bates 2b Totals 40 913 9 Totals 31 2 6 2 Colorado 010 002 510—9 Arizona 000 001 001-2 DP—Colorado 2. LOB—Colorado 6, Arizona 5. 2B—Burks (1), Helton 2 (2). HR—Castilla 2 (2), TLee(1), KGarcla(l). ab r h bl 4010 0000 3000 4131 4000 4010 4111 2000 3000 2000 0000 0000 1000 Colorado KileW,1-0 Leskanic Dipolo H RER BB SO Big 12 linescores KANSAS 6, BAKER S Baker 500 000 0 — 5 12 3 Kansas 301 001 1 — 6 8 3 Smith, Speer (4), Presser (6), Gar* (7) and Cooper; Martinez, Aucklund (1), Betlis (7) and Dimmick. WP — Bettis (1-0). LP — Presser (01). 2B — B: Walker, Aldrete; K: Wyrick, Dimmick, Levins. HR — K: Nelson. BAKER 9, KANSAS 8 Baker 321 000 3 — 9 10 2 Kansas 004 010 3 — 8 8 1 Bruse, Cook (4), Garvin (7) and Cooper; Williams, Bettis (5), Smart (7) and Wedd. WP — Cook (4-0). LP — Williams (1-1). S — Garvin (2). 2B — B: Rives; K: Wilhelm. 3B — K: Wyrick 2. HH —8: Battle, Atdrele. MVC linescore WICHITA STATE 19, BETHANY 2 Belhany 010 000 100 — 2 4 4 Wichita State 321 004 90x — 19 20 1 Cant/ell, Slrassburg (4), Regan (5), Witt (6), Bemal (6) and Schraden Humphrey, Dobson (4), Neubauer (5), Lee (6), Scboenholer (7), Hayes (8), Troutman (9) and Preston, Stallbaumer (8). WP — Humphrey (2-0). LP — Cantrell (3-2). 2B — B: Schmelser; WS: Hill, Hooper, Sorensen. 3B—WS: Ryan, Hayes. HR — WS: Preston. State college FORT HAYS STATE 14 PANHANDLE STATE, OKLA. 0 Panhandle State 000 00 — 0 3 4 Fort Hays State 080 6x — 14 8 0 McDade and Lewis; Ours, Ketley (4) and Sigg. WP - Ours (4-0). LP - McDade (1-3). 2B P: Kennedy; FH: Reid 2, Ysac. HR — FH: Russell. FORT HAYS STATE 14 PANHANDLE STATE, OKLA. 0 Panhandle State 0000000- 0 3 2 Fort Hays State (11)11 001 x — 14 12 0 Crandall, Barnett (1) and Lewis; Ranson, Scogin (3), Brown (5), Watchman (6) and Moore. WP - Ranson (3-1). LP — Crandall (0-3). 2B — P: Goodnight; FH: Frase, Vasquez. 38 — FH: Breshears, LeCluyse. KANSAS NEWMAN 13 KANSAS WESLEYAN 2 Kansas Newman . 22063 — 13120 Kansas Wesleyan 002 00 — 2 50 Banks, Gebhard (4) and Quick; Spencer, Watson (4) and Talley. WP — Banks. LP — Spencer. 2B — KN: Quick, Hamilton; KW: McBroom, Taylor. HR — KN: Topping, Jarrett 2. KANSAS NEWMAN 7 KANSAS WESLEYAN 4 Kansas Newman 0021130 — 7 51 Kansas Wesleyan 200 200 0 — 4 74 Ferry, Sweitzer (6) and Quick; Favor, Figel (4), Gardner (6) and Washington, Heckathorn (6). WP — Ferry. LP — Figel. 2B — KN: Jarrett, Blair; KW. HR — KN: Topping. Juco linescores HUTCHINSON 11, BROWN MACKIE 1 Brown Mackie 000 01 — 1 4 5 Hutahlnson 700 13 — 11 8 1 WP — Metzler. LP — Green (2-3). 2B—BM: Terrazas; H: Gotten 2, Garcia. HUTCHINSON 14, BROWN MACKIE S Brown Mackie 002 030 0 — 5 9 5 Hutchinson 103 228 x — 14 12 3 WP — Figueroa. LP — Curt Norris (0-1). 2B — BM: Strong, Shriver; H: Mondl, Garcia, NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB x-Miaml 52 21 .712 — New York 40 33 .548 12 New Jersey 37 35 .514 14V4 Orlando 37 37 .500 15% Washington 36 37 .493 16 Boston 32 41 .438 20 Philadelphia 27 46 .370 25 y-Chlcago y-lndiana y-Charlotte Atlanta Cleveland Detroit Milwaukee Toronto Central Division 56 17 .767 50 22 .694 46 26 .639 43 42 34 32 15 26 29 31 40 41 57 .597 .575 .459 .438 .208 5'/4 9V4 12Vi 14 22'A 24 40 V« WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division y-Ulah y-San Antonio y-Minnesota y-Houston Dallas Vancouver Denver y-Seattle y-LA Lakers y-Phoenix y-Port)and Sacramento LA Clippers Golden State W 54 50 38 37 19 16 9 Pet. GB .750 .685 4V4 16 17 3514 38 4514 .528 .514 .260 .222 .123 Pacific Division 54 18 .750 52 20 .722 48 25 40 32 26 47 16 56 15 58 .658 .556 .356 .222 .205 2 614 14 2814 38 39% x-clinched division y-clinched playoff berth Tuesday's results LA Lakers 11 4, Toronto 105 Indiana 128, LA Clippers 106 San Antonio 95, New York 78 New Jersey 105, Atlanta 90 Charlotte 101, Philadelphia 93 Cleveland 93, Orlando 86 Miami 121, Boston 95 Chicago 106, Detroit 101 (ot) Phoenix 97, Houston 86 Dallas 104, Vancouver 101 Seattle 88, Utah 86 Milwaukee 94, Golden State 69 Wednesday's results Philadelphia 112, Washington 91 Atlanta 105, Toronto 91 Cleveland 92, Detroit 90 Boston 98, Orlando 87 Milwaukee 106, Denver 100 Utah 98, Portland 89 Thursday's games Minnesota at Indiana, 6 p.m. LA Clippers at New York, 6:30 p.m. LA Lakers at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Golden State at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Miami at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at Seattle, 9 p.m. NBA summaries SIXERS 112, WIZARDS 91 PHILADELPHIA (112) Thomas 1-9 0-0 2, Coleman 11-21 6-6 30, Ratliff 4-6 0-0 8, McKie 3-7 0-1 7, Iverson 11-21 7-10 30, Snow 4-8 1-1 9, Williams 3-4 0-0 6, Smith 4-7 7-815, Parker 2-2 0-0 5. Totals 43-85 21-26112. WASHINGTON (91) Howard 7-11 3-4 17, Webber 5-15 3-5 13, T.Davis 1-2 0-0 2, Cheaney 1-7 4-4 6, Strickland 5-12 3-4 13, Murray 7-16 3-3 18, Wallace 1-1 01 2, Grant 1-3 0-0 2, Whitney 0-2 0-0 0, Eackles 3-10 2-2 9, Shammgod 2-4 3-4 7, Ham 1-2 0-1 2. Totals 34-85 21-28 91. Philadelphia 25 30 25 32—112 Washington 21 21 23 26- 91 3-Point goals— Philadelphia 5-12 (Coleman 24, Parker 1-1, McKie 1-2, Iverson 1-2, Thomas 0-2, Snow 0-1), Washington 2-14 (Murray 1-7, Eackles 1-3, Webber 0-1, Strickland 0-1, Whitney 0-2). Fouled out— None. Rebounds- Philadelphia 54 (Coleman 11), Washington 51 (Webber 9). Assists— Philadelphia 21 (Iverson, Snow 61. Washington 15 (Strickland 6 ). Total louls— Philadelphia 22, Washington 18. Techni- cals— Coleman, Eackles. A— 19,713 (20,674). CELTICS 98, MAGIC 87 BOSTON (98) Walker 7-17 1-4 18, Knight 5-10 0-0 10, De- Clercq 1-3 0-2 2, Minor 5-10 0-010, Barros 4-10 6-8 17, McCarty 5-12 2-2 13, Mercer 5-12 0-0 10, Tabak 4-61-2 9, Edney 3-4 34 9. Totals 398415-2298. ORLANDO (87) Outlaw 5-10 3-7 13, Grant 7-13 2-5 16, Schayes 2-4 0-rj 4, Anderson 4-16 10-13 16, Harper 1-5 1-2 3, Benolt 5-101-1 13, Price 0-6 0-0 0, Strong 6-12 5-817, Wilklns 0-1 0-0 0, Ollie 1-2 1-2 3. Totals 31-79 23-36 87. Boston 28 17 20 33-98 Orlando 26 14 20 27—87 3-Polnt goals—Boston 5-15 (Walker 3-6, Barros 1-3, McCarty 1-5, Mercer 0-1), Orlando 2-12 (Benoit 2-4, Harper 0-3, Anderson 0-5). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Boston 57 (Walker 15), Orlando 56 (Grant 9). Assists—Boston 25 (Barros 10), Orlando 14 (Outlaw 4). Total fouls- Boston 26, Orlando 21. A—17,248 (17,248). BUCKS 106, NUGGETS 100 MILWAUKEE (108) Gilllam 5-8 8-11 18, Curry 5-10 5-6 15, Johnson 1-3 2-2 4, Perry 7-13 4-5 18, Allen 7-164-4 21, Lang 0-1 0-0 0, Feick 3-5 0-0 6, Brandon 15 2-2 4, Honeycutt 7-9 1-1 20. Totals 36-70 2631106. DENVER (100) Fortson 8-13 8-11 24, Ellis 6-165-616, Garret! 2-7 0-0 4, Goldwire 4-142-211, Alexander 9-15 1-1 23, Newman 4-134-512, Jackson 4-80-08, Wolf 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 37-87 20-25 100. Milwaukee 27 21 28 30-108 Denver 28 25 21 28—100 3-Point goals—Milwaukee 8-16, (Honeycutt 56, Allen 3-8, Feick 0-1, Brandon 0-1), Denver 614, (Alexander 4-7, Ellis 1-3, Goldwlre 1-4). Fouled out—Fortson. Rebounds—Milwaukee 46 (Gllliam 9), Denver 48 (Ellis 11). Assists— Milwaukee 27 (Perry, Allen 7), Denver 21 (Alexander 6). Total louls—Milwaukee 24, Denver 22. A—11,101 (17,171). CAVS 92, PISTONS 90 CLEVELAND (92) Henderson 2-102-2 6, Kemp 8-1910-14 26, II- gauskas 7-13 2-216, Person 5-8 1-214, Knight 5-9 4-5 14, Sura 2-5 3-6 7, Polapenko 2-4 3-6 7, Anderson 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 32-70 25-37 92. DETROIT (90) Hill 5-15 6-8 16, Reid 1-2 2-2 4, B.Williams 69 0-2 12, Dumars 6-12 0-0 15, Hunter 7-13 0-0 17, J.Williams 4-4 1-2 9, Slackhouse 3-9 0-0 6, Mahom 5-6 0-0 10, Sealy 0-01-21. Totals 3770 10-16 90. Cleveland 20 26 20 28—92 Detroit 22 24 19 25—90 3-Polnl goals—Cleveland 3-10 (Person 3-6, Knight 0-1, Kemp 0-1, Sura 0-2), Detroit 6-13 (Huntet 3-6, Dumars 3-7). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Cleveland 48 (Kemp 14), Detroit 41 (B.Williams 8). Assists—Cleveland 21 (Knight 15), Detroit 23 (Hill 10). Total fouls-Cleveland 16, Detroit 24. Technicals—B.Williams, Stackhouse. Ejections—Slackhouse. A—17,846 (22,076). HAWKS 105, RAPTORS 91 TORONTO (91) McGrady 5-8 1-1 11, Camby 3-11 0-0 6, O.MIIIer 2-3 0-0 4, Christie 6-11 1-1 14, Billups 2-7 0-0 5, Wallace 2-8 1-2 5, Trent 6-16 2-2 14, Williams 1-3 2-2 4, D.Brown 5-9 OX) 12, Gamer 0-2 0-0 0, Slater 3-5 7-8 13, Thomas 1-31-3 3. Totals 36-86 15-19 91. ATLANTA (105) C.Brown 5-8 4-4 14, Henderson 8-167-10 23, Mutombo 4-5 4-412, Corbin 3-81-1 8, Blaylock 6-13 0-0 16, Recasner 5-12 0-0 12, A.MIIIer 2-4 4-4 8, Barry 2-2 0-0 4, Crawtord 2-6 0-0 4, Anderson 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 39-79 20-23 105. Toronto 23 24 17 27- 91 Atlanta 30 31 22 22—105 3-Point goals—Toronto 4-10 (D.Brown 2-3, Christie 1-2, Billups 1-4, Williams 0-1), Atlanta 716 (Blaylock 4-7, Recasner 2-5, Certain 1-3, Anderson 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Toronto 50 (McGrady, Camby 9), Atlanta 47 (Mutombo 10). Assists—Toronto 16 (Christie 3), Atlanta 23 (Blaylock 8). Total louls—Toronto 17, Atlanta 17. A—10,441 (21,570). JAZZ 9B, BLAZERS 69 PORTLAND (89) Wallace 6-11 6-7 18, B.Granl 4-11 0-4 8, Sabonis 4-6 0-0 8, Augmon 4-11 5-6 13, Stoudamire 8-16 3-3 22, O'Neal 0-2 3-4 3, Williams 3-13 0-0 6, G.Grant 2-4 2-2 7, Cato 2-4 0-1 4. Totals 33-79 19-27 89. UTAH (98) Keele 1-4 2-2 4, Malone 9-1811-12 29, Foster 1-40-02, Homacek 11-16 7-9 31, Stockton 5-8 3-314, Ostertag 4-7 0-0 8, Elsley 3-6 0-0 8, Russell 0-7 0-0 0, Anderson 0-40-00, Morris 1-3 002. Totals 35-77 23-26 98. Portland 28 19 18 24—89 Utah 25 18 28 27—98 3-Point goals—Portland 4-16, (Stoudamire 39, G.Grant 1-2, Wallace 0-2, Williams 0-3), Utah 5-13, (Homacek 2-3, Elsley 2-4, Stockton 1-1, Morris 0-1, Russell 0-4). Fouled out—Cato. Rebounds—Portland 53 (B.Granl 14), Utah 46 (Ostertag 9). Assists—Portland 17 (Stoudamire 6), Utah 26 (Stockton 9). Total fouls—Portland 26, Utah 24. Technical—Malone. A—19,911 (19,911). Softball Big 12 linescores WICHITA STATE 1, KANSAS 0 Kansas 000 000 0 — 0 7 3 Wichita State 000 000 1 — 1 3 0 Kowal and Johnson; Malsi and Mikelson. WP — Maosl (7-7). LP — Kowal (8-11). 2B — K: Johnson, True. 38 — WS: Gates. KANSAS 4, WICHITA STATE 1 Kansas 000 210 1 — 4 8 t Wichita Stale 0100000— 1 5 2 McPhail and Johnson; Grimsley and Black. WP — McPhail (10-10). LP — Grimsley (4-5). 2B — K: Holland 2; WS: Kleckner. HR — WS: Johnson. General Transactions BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM ANGELS—Acquired INF Craig Shipley from St. Louis for INF Chip Hale. Designated INF Robert Eenhoorn lor assignment. MINNESOTA TWINS—Signed RHP Hector Carrasco to a one-year contract. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MILWAUKEE BUCKS—Released F Jeff Nordgaard. Acitvated G Terrell Brandon from the injured list. PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS—Suspended G Isaiah Rider one game for showing up late to practice. SAN ANTONIO SPURS—Signed F Brad Lohaus to a 10-day contract. FOOTBALL National Football League GREEN BAY PACKERS-Signed DE Eric Curry. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS-Re-signed RB Marrio Crier, DL Chad Eaton and C Juan Porter. T PRO FOOTBALL DeBartolo moving to regain control of 49ers Team president Policy may be on the way out; Walsh, Montana could be headed to help run the front office By DENNIS GEORGATOS TTie Associated Press SANTA CLARA, Calif — The tangled 49ers' ownership picture appears to be clearing and it looks familiar — Eddie DeBartolo could soon regain control of the club and possibly install Bill Walsh and Joe Montana in the front office. The odd man out may be team president Carmen Policy. "There definitely is a move afoot for Eddie to get the team back," one club source said Wednesday, speaking on condition of anonymity. The moves could bring order back to a team wracked by organizational disarray for months. Last December, DeBartolo, facing the threat of a gambling fraud indictment, resigned as 49ers chair- i I man and CEO and turned over operational control of the team to his sister and Policy. The plans to transfer ownership hinge on whether the NFL approves a deal by which DeBartolo would gain full ownership of the franchise in return for giving up his share in the family-owned Edward DeBartolo Corp., Sports Illustrated reported. It added that the deal could be finalized this week, Walsh, who coached the 49ers to three Super Bowl wins and has served as a consultant the past two years, might replace Policy. Montana, who won four Super Bowls as the team's starting quarterback, would be brought in as a minority owner and hold unspecified front-office responsibilities. Team officials declined to comment. But DeBartolo and his sister, in a statement released thorough the Edward J. DeBartolo Corp., said they were still in the process of determining the team's future. "No decision, tentative or final, has been made regarding when, how, or even if, a future ownership or management change could occur," the statement said. The two specifically denied any deal or transfer of ownership had been worked out, and they did not address speculation that Walsh and Montana were on their way in and Policy was on the way out. "Definitive business decisions, if any, will be formally announced by the two of us, not made public through leaks, rumors and unnamed sources who claim to be close to our family," the statement said. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the transfer, if it takes place, would go through the normal process for team sales, with a full investigation and a vote by the other 29 teams. But the transaction is said to be simple. "The way I understand it is that it is more of a paperwork transaction," DeBartolo's brother-in-law, Buzz Papalia, told the San Francisco Examiner. "I think he has agreed to give up his share of the DeBartolo corporation in exchange for her interest in the team." DeBartolo and his sister, Denise DeBartolo York, own equal parts of the Youngstown, Ohio.-based real estate development company, the nominal owner of the 49ers. SPORTS DIGEST Salaries on the rise Opening day average salary In Major League Baseball: .40 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 Mole - Figures were obtained from management and player sources . pro-rated shares ol signing bonuses. In some cases, parts ol salaries deferred without interest are discounted lo reflect present-day values. Source. APnsearch AP/Ed Do Qaserb ' Basketball CHICAGO — Michael Jordan has been advised to stop discussing his uncertain future. He spoke for 20 minutes Tuesday night and said nary a word about it. That allowed someone else to offer an explanation on the biggest unanswered ques- • tion in the NBA. "He's not sure what's he's going to do," teammate Steve Kerr said. "I'm sure that there was an agenda for Michael — trying to keep • Phil (Jackson, the coach) around," Kerr said. ' "And obviously that doesn't look like it's going to work. He's frustrated. He probably has mixed emo-' tions. He still might want to play without Phil, but he might not want to say that right now." NEW YORK — Chicago Bulls guard Michael ^ Jordan was named the NBA's Player of the Month ' for March. Jordan led the league in scoring during ' the month, averaging 28.9 points per game. He also ' averaged 5.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists and two steals in • leading the Bulls to an NBA-best 13-1 record during the month. Jerry Sloan of the Utah Jazz has been named the NBA's Coach of the Month for March. Sloan guided the Jazz to a 15-2 record dur- ' ing the month, including a 10-2 road mark. PALO ALTO, Calif. — The women's professional American Basketball League plans to announce an expansion team next week. The new home of the Atlanta Glory also will be announced, in addition to the expansion team. Nashville, St. Louis and Chicago are among the ' cities in the running. The league currently has ;" nine teams. '•S CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — North Carolina's stu- ""; dent attorney general will investigate the case of Makhtar Ndiaye, the Tar Heel player who falsely accused an opponent of making a racial slur. Ath- ' letic director Dick Baddour said Wednesday the case was turned over to the attorney general by the Division of Student Affairs "to investigate .possible misconduct." In addition, the athletic department will assist Ndiaye in getting anger man-. agement counseling. PHOENIX — Arizona State athletic director Kevin White met with Utah coach Rick Majerus on Wednesday, two days after the Utes lost to : Kentucky in the NCAA championship game. After: talking with Majerus for about five hours at a San Antonio hotel and restaurant, White extended Ma-, jerus an offer to coach the Sun Devils, sources said. Majerus, 50, flirted with taking the ASU job, • before last season, but the timing wasn't right (he was courted in September, after Bill Frieder's sudden resignation), and contractual obligations to Reebok kept the coach in Salt Lake City. Boxing Floyd Patterson resigned Wednesday as New York's athletic commissioner amid reports he was suffering from memory loss so severe that he < couldn't remember his secretary's name or even • : the foe he beat for his first heavyweight title. Running BOSTON — Three-time world cross-country champion Lynn Jennings, expected to be the top American woman in the Boston Marathon, withdrew Wednesday from the April 20 race. Jennings, a bronze medalist at 10,000 meters in the 1992 Olympics, had planned to make her official marathon debut in Boston. "Because my prepara : tion for the Boston Marathon has not gone as well as I had planned, I am regretfully withdraw-, ing from the race," Jennings said. Skiing PORTLAND, Ore. — Picabo Street, emotionally- devastated by the severe leg and knee injuries suffered in a crash in the World Cup finals, said Wednesday she tentatively plans to come back to . ski in the 2002 Olympics. "But there's no telling what's going to happen," she said. "I still waver back and forth" Tennis SANTIAGO, Chile — Marcelo Rios, the newly annointed No. 1 tennis player in the world, returned to his native Chile on Wednesday to a flag- waving, chanting crowd and a presidential tribute. More than 5,000 people crowded a sprawling plaza as Rios arrived for a meeting with President Eduardo Frei. If ack ft field AUSTIN, Texas — Hays product Justin Robin^ ., son of Cloud County Community College and Mike Slomovitz of Akron each won two events in the Texas Relays decathlon competition Wednesday. Slomovitz and Robinson tied for the title in the high jump at 2.07 meters. Slomovitz won the . 100-meters title in 11.09 seconds, while Robinson won the 400 meters in 50.15. Slomovitz had 3,891 points to lead the decathlon competition after Wednesday's events. Robinson was third (3,713). 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