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FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 1:20 p.m. — Makx League Baseball, Montreal a! Chicago Cubs. WON. 6:35 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Philadelphia at Atlanta, WTBS, cable 15. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA Basketball, LA Lakers at Cleveland, TNT, cable 41. 8 p.m. — NBA Basketball, Denver at Utah, FSN, cable 55. BOXING 7 p.m. — Boxing, Felix Trinidad vs. Mahenge Zulu; Frankle Llles vs. Andrei Schkalikov, Show- time, cable 70. QOLF 3 p.m. — Senior PGA GoH, The Tradition, ES- PN, cable 38. HOCKEY 8:30 p.m. — NHL Hockey, Boston at Buffalo, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 10 ».m. — Women's tennis, Family Circle Magazine Cup, ESPN, cable 38. Noon — Tennis, Davis Cup, Russia vs. Unit. id Slates, ESPN, cable 38. Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. 08 Boston 2 0 1.000 — Baltimore 2 1 .667 'A " Tarnpa Bay 2 1 .667 'A . Toronto 1 1 .500 1 New York 0 1 .000 1Vi Central Division W L Pet. GB Cleveland 2 0 1.000 — ..Chicago 1 1 .500 1 Minnesota 1 1 .500 1 . Detroit 1 2 .333 1V4 Kansas City 1 2 .333 1% West Division W L Pet. GB ' Anaheim 1 0 1.000 — Texas 1 1 .500 'A Oakland 0 2 .000 114 ,, Seattle 0 2 .000 114 Wednesday's Games > Baltimore 10, Kansas City 1 Toronto 3, Minnesota 2 Tampa Bay 11, Detroit 8 Boston 2, Oakland 0 . Cleveland 9, Seattle 7 Anaheim 4, N.Y. Yankees 1 ' ' Thursday's GamM •, Boston 6, Oakland 3 '. .Minnesota3,Toronto2 Tampa Bay 7, Detroit 1 i 'Baltimore 4, Kansas City 3 . Texas 20, Chicago White Sox 4 ,., N.Y. Yankees at Anaheim, (n) Friday's Games ', < Texas (Helling 5-9) at Toronto (Ju.Guzman 3'8), 6:05 p.m. ' Chicago White Sox (Baldwin 12-15) at Tampa ,' Bay (Gorecki 1 -0), 6:05 p.m. . Detroit (Sanders 6-14) at Baltimore (Drabek 12-11), 6:05 p.m. ' . Kansas City (Haney 1 -2) at Minnesota (Radke 20-10), 7:05 p.m. Boston (Lowe 2-6) at Seattle (Cloude 4-2), ' 9:05 p.m. , . Cleveland (Burba 11 -10) at Anaheim (McDowell 3-3), 9:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Mendoza 8-6) at Oakland (Haynes 3-6), 9:35 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 1 1 .500 — •New York 1 1 .500 — Philadelphia 1 1 .500 — Florida 1 2 .333 V4 Montreal 0 2 .000 1 Central Division W L Pet. GB Pittsburgh 2 0 1.000 — i a/Louis 2 0 1.000 — i Chicago 2 1 .667 Vi Milwaukee 1 1 .500 1 • Cincinnati 1 2 .333 114 Houston 1 2 .333 114 West Division W L Pel. GB Colorado • 3 0 1.000 — 1 San Diego 2 1 .667 1 • San Francisco 2 1 .667 1 '.Los Angeles 0 2 .000 2V4 Arizona • 0 3 .000 3 Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 0 ' Chicago Cubs 10, Florida 3 San Diego 10, Cincinnati 9 ' Houston 7, San Francisco 6 Colorado 6, Arizona 0 Thunday's Games Chicago Cubs 8, Florida 7 Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 3 St. Louis 8, Los Angeles 5,12 innings Cincinnati 5, San Diego 1 Philadelphia 6, N.Y. Mets 5 Milwaukee 6, Atlanta 6,11 innings San Francisco 9, Houston 2 Colorado 6, Arizona 4 Friday'* Games . Montreal (Vazquez OX)) at Chicago Cubs (Trachsel 8-12), 1:20 p.m. Milwaukee (Mercedes 7-10) at Florida (Ludwick 1-5), 6:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Nomo 14-12) at Cincinnati (Weathers 1-3), 6:05 p.m. . Pittsburgh (Loalza 11-11) at N.Y. Mets (Reed . 13-9), 6:40 p.m. Philadelphia (Grace 3-2) at Atlanta (Neagle • 20-5), 6:40 p.m. Colorado (Wright 8-12) at Houston (Lima 1-6), 7:05 p.m. San Diego (Langston 2-4) at St. Louis (Aybar , 2-4), 7:10 p.m. San Francisco (Gardner 12-9) at Arizona (Suppan 0-0), 8:05 p.m. American League ORIOLES 4, ROYALS 3 KANSAS CITY BALTIMORE : ' ' abrhbi abrhbl • Damon d 5141 ByAdsn d 2001 , Oflrmn 2b 4022 Hmnds rf 4012 JKIngfb 4000 RAImr2b 3000 1 Palmer3b 4010 Bainesdh 4131 Vitiellodh 4010 RPImrtb 3000 '. EnYng rf 4000 CRpken 3b 3000 Mcfrlne c 4110 Rboulel pr 0100 : 'Haltwlf 3000 Surhofflf 3000 FMrtnzss 3100 Hoilesc 4010 Bordickpr 0100 OGIIen ss 3000 Carter pfi 0100 ' Totals 35 3 9 3 Totals 29 4 5 4 Kansas City 001 000 200—3 Baltimore 000 000 004-^t . Two outs when winning run scored. • E—OGuillen (1). DP—Kansas City 2, Baltimore 1. LOB—Kansas City 9, Baltimore 8.2B— Damon 2 (2). HR—Balnes (1). SB—Damon 2 (2), Olferman (1), ByAnderson (1). CS—ByAn- denwn (1). S—Halter. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Rapp 7 20063 . Whisenant 1 00000 JMtgmL,0-1 2-334420 Baltimore , Key 551125 TeMathews 11-31 1 1 0 1 Rhodes 2-321 100 Mills 1 00002 Orosco 2-31001 1 ABenitezW.1-0 1-30000 1 DEVIL RAYS 7, TIGERS 1 DETROIT TAMPA BAY abrhbl abrhbl . BLHntrcl .4121 McCknd 5131 Roberts II 3010 Cairo 2b 5110 Hggnsn rf 2010 Boggs 3b 4121 ' ToCIrk 1b 3000 McGrtf 1b 3111 Easley 2b 4010 Srtenlo dh 3011 Incvgladh 4'0 00 DaMrtzrf 3100 Randa3b 3000 RiBtlrll 4110 JOtverc 3000 Difelicsc 4123 . BRpknss 3000 Slockerss 4010 " Totals 28 1 S 1 Totals 357127 Detroit 100 000 000-1 Tampa Bay 000 100 Wx-7 OP—Detroit 1, Tampa Bay 2. LOB—Detroit 5, Tampa Bay 7. 2B—Boggs (2), Sorrento (2). 3B—Difellce (1). HR—BLHunter (1). CS— Roberts (1), Higglnson (1). IP H RER BB SO Ortrplt WoHell 1,0-1 61-3 4 2 2 1 5 Runyan 0 12210 BochUer 1-35331 0 Brocail 1-300000 Tojones 1 20002 Tampa Bay Saunders 6 51127 YanW.1-0 3 00025 TWINS 3, BLUE JAYS 2 MINNESOTA TORONTO abrhbl abrhbi Nixon d 410 Samuel II 3000 Lawlon rl 3100 Crespo It 0000 MoBlor dh 4013 TFmdz 2b 3001 Ortiz 1b 3010 SGreen rl 200 Ochoa ph 1000 Cnseco dh 4010 Merced tb 0000 Stanley 1b 3010 MCdva If 4020 Dalesndro 1b 0000 TWlkerSb 2000 Frlcherc 3001 Gates 2b 1000 Sprgue 3b 3100 CoonwrSb 4010 JoCruzd 3000 Today's schedule FRIDAY APRIL 3 BASEBALL Kansas City at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Southeast of Saline at Salina Central, 4:30 p.m. Sacred Heart at Lincoln, 3 p.m. SOFTBALL Kansas Wesleyan at KCAC Round Robin, Ottawa TDAPIr 1 HAt*l\ Salina Central at Hays, 3 p.m. JvVntin c 4010 AGnzIz ss 4010 Mearesss 3110 Total! 33 3 8 3 Totals 28 2 3 2 Minnesota 000 000 030—3 Toronto 000 100 100—2 E— Meares (1), TFemandez (1). DP— Minnesota 2, Toronto 3. LOB — Minnesota 5, Toronto 7. SB— MCordova (1), Coomer (1), Canseco (1). 3B— Molitor (1). SB— SGreen (1), AGonza- lez(1). SF— Fletcher. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota Hawkins 61-3 2 2 2 5 4 Trombley 1-30 0 0 2 0 Guardado W.1-0 1-30000 1 AguileraS.1 2 10000 Toronto Hentgen 7 40011 Escobar LO-1 2-33331 1 Plesac 1-300000 Quantrlll 1 10000 RED SOX 6, ATHLETICS 3 BOSTON OAKLAND abrhbl abrhbl Grcprrss 5121 Hndrsnlf 5000 JnVn«n3b 5 1 0 McDnldd 5020 MVghn 1b 401 Grieve rf 3100 Leyritz dh 411 Stairs dh 3120 Cmngs dh 000 Mitchell dh t 0 0 0 Varltekc 5 1 0 Giambi 1b 3121 Buford d 410 Blwers 3b 3011 O'Lry If 201 Spiezio 2b 4000 DLewls rf 301 Hinch c 1001 Sadler2b 1001 Mgdanph 1000 Jffrsonph 1000 Molina c 0000 Bnjmin 2b 1110 Bmigal ss 3000 Mack ph 1000 Totals 35 611 6 Totals 33 3 7 3 Boston 000 300 210—6 Oakland 010 101 000—3 E— Gardaparra (1). DP— Boston 1, Oakland 1. LOB— Boston 9, Oakland 8. 2B— Buford (1), Benjamin (1), Giambi (1). SB-Cummings (1), McDonald 2 (2). CS— Garciaparra (1). SF— Sadler, Hlnch. IP H RER BB SO Boston Wakefield 52-3 6 3 3 1 3 WasdlnW,1-0 1 10001 Avery 1-300000 Corsi 1 00011 Gordon S,2 1 00001 Oakland Rogers 51-3 4 3 3 5 1 Taylor UO-1 2-322200 Groom 11-32 0 0 0 1 Small 2-321 1 00 Fetters 1 10003 RANGERS 20, WHITE SOX 4 CHICAGO TEXAS •brhbl abrhbl Drham2b 4111 RKellyd 6122 Cmeroncf 4112 McLmr2b 5220 Frazierph 1000 TGdwincf 0000 FThmsdh 5000 Greerlf 6222 Belle If 4000 JuGnlz rf 5234 VnturaSb 4120 Cedeno2b 1011 MOrdzrf 2110 WCIarkfb 6230 Norton 1b 4011 IRdrgzc 4234 O'Brien c 3010 Slmmsdh 3112 Kreuterc 1000 Stevens dh 2222 Carusoss 2000 Elsterss 3421 Sierra ph 0000 FTatisSb 4221 Snopek ss 1010 Alicea 3b 1000 Totals 35 4 84 Totals 46202319 Chicago 002 002 000- 4 Texai 001 500 (10)4x— 20 E— Belle (1), Ventura 2 (2), McLemore (1), FTaBs (1). DP— Chicago 2. LOB— Chicago 8, Texas 6. 2B— Ventura (1), IRodrlguez (1), Elster (2). HR— Cameron (1), JuGonzalez (1), IRo- drlguez (1), Slmms (1), Stevens (1), Elster (1). CS— Durham (1). SF— Durham, IRodriguez. IP H RER BB SO Chicago SlrotkaL,0-1 32-3 9 6 4 0 0 TCastillo 11-31 0 0 0 2 CCastillo 12-3 3 3 3 0 3 Hizzo -0 46620 Fordham 11-36 5 5 1 1 Texas Sole W, 1-0 5 64223 PavlikS.1 4 20014 National League CUBS 6, MARLINS 7 CHICAGO FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl Uhnsn d 5110 Royd II 3212 Mmdnl 2b 3011 Rnterla ss 300 Sosarf 5000 RJcksnlb 5 2 1 MaGcelb 3100 Shffieldrf 4 23 HRdrgz If 4 0 2 0 Berg pr 0000 Pscottap 0000 Kotsayd 4 20 BPIrsn p 0000 CJhnsn c 400 JHmdzph 1010 Cunsell2b 3000 Beck p 0000 Booty 3b 3011 Blauserss 4221 Medina p 2000 OrieSb 5120 JSnchzp 0000 Huston c 4224 Cnglosi ph 1000 JeGnzIz p 0000 Allnsca p 0000 Tlmaco p 2000 Dmsbr p 0000 Alxndrph 1112 DLeaph 0000 VnRyn p 0000 JPwell p 0000 BBrwn If 0000 Mieske If 1000 Totals 38 8 12 8 Totals 32 7 8 7 Chicago 010 402 001—8 Florida 600 100 000—7 E— RJackson (1). DP— Chicago 2, Florida 1. LOB-'Chicago 8, Florida 9. 2B— Orie (3), Sheffield (1), Kotsay (1). 3B— LJohnson (2). HR— Houston (1), Alexander (1), Floyd (2), Sheffield (2). SB-Renteria (1). S-Kotsay. IP H RER BB SO Chicago JeGonzalez 0 36640 Telemaco 5 21134 VnRyn 1 00000 Pisciotta 1-320000 BPIrsn W.1-0 1 2-3 0 0 0 1 0 BeckS.1 1 10012 Florida Medina 5 75534 JSanchez 1 22211 Alfonseca 1 10001 Darensbourg 1 00002 JPowellL,0-1 1 21102 CARDINALS 6, DODGERS 5 LOS ANGELS ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl EcYng 2b 5010 Clayton ss 4210 Vzcainoss 6110 DeShds2b 7012 Piazza c 6010 McGwrlb 4123 ZeileSb 3112 RLnkfdd 6031 Mndesl rf 4010 BJrdan rf 4000 Rdnsky p 0000 Busby p 0000 Drilort p 1000 DHwrd 3b 1000 Prince ph 1000 Ganlll 5231 FLnkrd p 0000 Gaetti 3b 2010 Knerkolb 4010 Btlnlldp 0000 Castro 3b 1000 McGee rf 2010 HlndswH 3000 Lmpkinc 8131 Bruske p 0000 Pditte p 2000 Osunap 0000 DaBellSb 1000 Dvraux ri 0000 BRHntr ph 1100 WGrerolf 1000 Lopperp 0000 THbbrd of 3111 Pgnozzi ph 1000 Luke rf 2110 Frsctre p 0000 Park p 2000 Painler p 0000 Guthrie p 0000 Acvedo p 1110 THwrdlf 2112 Totals 44 5 9 5 Totals 478168 Lot Angeles 000 012 002 000—5 St. Louis 100 100 030 003—8 Two outs when winning run scored. E— EcYoung 3 (3), Clayton (2). DP— St. Louis 1. LOB— Los Angeles 10, St. Louis 14. 2B— EcYoung (1), RLankford (2), Gant 2 (2). HR— Zeile (1), THubbard (1), THoward (1), McGwire (2), Gant (1). SB— Mondesi (1), Clayton (1). S— WGuerrero, Clayton, DHoward. IP H RER BB SO Lot Angelas Park 42-3 7 2 2 5 6 Gulhrie 1-300000 Bruske 2 00002 Osuna 0 23100 Radinsky 1 20010 Dreifort 3 30013 FLankford 1,0-1 2-323300 St. Louis Politte 5 21134 Bottenfield 2 42202 Busby 1 00000 Looper 1 22200 Frascatore 1 00021 Painter 1 00011 AcevedoW.1-0 1 10000 PIRATES 4, EXPOS 3 PITTSBURGH MONTREAL abrhbl abrhbl Wmack 2b 5012 Grdzln ss 5000 Kendall c 3010 Snlnglo d 5000 AMrtin If 4000 VGrero rf 3222 JaMrtz p 0000 Fllmer 1b 4130 Chrslns p 0000 RWhlte II 4021 Dssens p 0 0 0 0 Vidro 2b 2000 loiselle p 0000 Mrdcai 2b 0000 KYnglb 4020 DeMayph 1000 Alnswrl d 3000 Urbina p 0000 JQIIen rf 4120 Andrws 3b 4010 FGrcla3b 4110 Widgerc 3000 Collier ss 4121 Hrmns p 2000 Schmdl p 1000 Mddux p 0000 Ward If 2111 DeHart p 0000 Lvngst ph 0000 Telford p 0000 Slovall d 0000 McGire ph 1000 Totals 34 4 10 4 Totals 34 3 8 3 Pittsburgh 000 010 300—4 Montreal 011 010 000—3 E— Kendall (1), Hermanson (1). LOB— Pittsburgh 6, Montreal 8. 28— Fullmer (1), RWhite (1). HR— VGuerrero 2 (2). SB— Livingstone (1). CS— Allensworth (1). S— Schmidt, Vidro. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Schmidt W.1-0 6 73315 JaMartinez 2-300022 Christiansen 1-30 0 0 0 0 Dessens 1 10000 Loiselle S.I 1 00001 Montreal Hermanson 5 51114 Maddux L.0-1 11-33 3 3 0 2 DeHart 2-31 0000 Telford 1 10000 Urbina 1 00001 REDS 5, PADRES 1 SAN DIEGO CINCINNATI abrhbl abrhbl QVeras 2b 2010 Stynes If 4111 SFinleyd 4000 Rmlngrp 0000 Gwynn rf 4010 Shaw p 0000 CmlnitiSb 4000 Nnnalryri 4220 GVghn If 4000 WGme 3b 3222 Cnlrcco 1b 2110 EduPrz 1b 3000 MaSwy ph 1000 RSndrs d 3021 Wngert p 0000 BBoone 2b 4010 Hlchckp 0000 Frdycec 3000 Kroon p 0000 Belinda p 0000 Gvnola ph 1000 Wtkins II 1000 CHmdz c 4010 Reese ss 3000 Gomez ss 3021 Cooke p 2010 Ashbyp 2000 Tbnseec 1000 JoyneMb 1000 Totals 32 1 6 1 Totals 31 5 9 4 San Diego 010 000 000—1 Cincinnati 000 210 02x-5 E— WGreene (1), Reese (5). DP— San Diego 1 , Cincinnati 1 . LOB— San Diego 6, Cincinnati 5. 2B— Gomez (3), Nunnally (3), BBoone (3). HR-Stynes (1), WGreene (2). SB-OVeras (1), RSanders (1). IP H RER BB SO San Diego AshbyL,0-1 6 53337 Wengert 1 00001 Hitchcock 2-342201 Kroon 1-300000 Cincinnati Cooke W.1-0 6 41103 Belinda 11-31 0 0 1 1 Remlinger 0 10000 ShawS,1 12-3 0 0 0 0 0 PHILLIES 6, METS 5 PHILA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Glnville cf 5131 AHonzo 3b 3000 Jfferieslf 5021 Baerga2b 4110 MLeitrp 0000 Gllkeylf 4000 Bttallcop 0000 Olerudlb 3222 Rolen 3b 4210 Huskey rf 3110 Lbrthalc 3001 Becker cf 4113 Brognalb 4121 Spehrc 3000 MLewis 2b 4011 MFrco ph 1000 Abreu rf 4011 ROrdz ss 4010 Rlafordss. 3100 ALeiterp 2000 Prtugal p 2110 Wndell p 0000 Hudlerph 1000 Cookp 1000 Wnston p 0000 Hudek p 0000 Sprdlin p 0000 McRae ph 1000 Selcik ph 1000 Amaro If 0000 Totals 36 6 11 6 Totals 33565 Philadelphia 000 111 210—6 New York 000 200 003—5 LOB— Philadelphia 8, New York 4. 2B— Glanville (1), Rolen (1), Brogna 2 (2), Portugal (1). HR— Olerud (1), Becker (1). SB— Relaford (2), Huskey (1). CS— Jefferles (1). SF— Lieberthal. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Portugal W.1-0 5 32225 Winston 2-300000 Spradlin 11-30 0 0 1 2 MLeiter 1 22202 BonalicoS.1 1 11100 New York ALeiter L.0-1 6 73314 Wendell 2-332210 Cook 1-300000 Hudek 2 11111 GIANTS 9, ASTROS 2 SAN FRAN HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl OHmtnd 5000 Blggio2b 4100 ADiaz d 0000 DeBel! rf 3110 Mueller 3b 5330 BgwelMb 3011 Bonds If 5220 BerrySb 3001 Benard II 0000 Alou If 2000 Kent2b 4332 Hidalgo cf 3000 Javier rf 5145 Bogarss 2010 Jhnsonc 3010 Nlkwskp 0000 Snowlb 4021 Everett ph 1000 RSncnz ss 4011 JCbrra p 0000 Rueterp 3000 DCIarkph 1000 SReedp 1000 TMillerp 0000 Ortiz p 1000 Asmus c 3000 Hlama p 1000 Gterrezss 2000 Totals 40 9 16 9 Totals 28 2 3 2 San Francisco 103 021 020—9 Houston 001 010 000—2 E—Kent (2). DP— San Francisco 2, Houston 1. LOB— San Francisco 9, Houston 11. 2B— Bonds 2 (2), Kent 2 (3), Javier (2), Snow (1), HSanchez (1), DeBell (4). 3B— Kent (1). SF— Snow, RSanchez, Berry. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco HueleiW.1-0 5 3 2 2 6' 3 SReed 2 00012 Ortiz 2 00034 Houston HalamaL,0-1 4 96623 Nitkowski 2 41111 JCabrera 2 32200 TMiller 1 00000 BREWERS 8, BRAVES 6 11 Innlnga MILWAUKEE ATLANTA ab r h bi ab r h bi Vina 2b 6241 Weiss ss 3110 Clrillo 3b 4212 Blliard ss 2000 Jahalb 5110 Grffnno2b 5000 Burnitzrf 4225 ABUrp 0000 Grssom d 6020 Edmnd p 0000 JsVntin ss 6120 ChJnes 3b 5132 Nwfieldll 3010 Glrrga 1b 5231 Hmelin ph 1000 JLopez c 5111 Wckmn p 0000 GerWm rl 5122 DJones p 0000 Klesko II 5010 Hughes ph 1000 AJones d 5000 MMyrs p 0000 Glavine p 1000 AReyes p 0000 DBtsta ph 1000 Mtheny c 3010 DeMrtz p 0000 CFox p 0 0 0 0 Pride ph 1000 Owens II 0000 Embre p 0000 Loreltaph 0000 Gather p 0000 GMrtnz II 1000 Whlers p 0000 Kartp 1000 Ukhrt2b 0000 Levis c 2000 Totals 43 814 8 Totals 43 611 6 Milwaukee 000 110 002 04-8 Atlanta 100 001 002 02—8 E— JsValenlin (1), Belllard (1). DP— Milwaukee 2. LOB— Milwaukee 10, Atlanta 5. SB- Weiss (1), Galarraga (1). HR-Cirillo (1), BurniU 2 (2), ChJones (1), Galarraga (1), JLopez (1), GerWilliams (1). SB— Vina (1), Grissom (1). CS— Grissom (1). S— Karl, Levis. IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee Karl 5 51106 CFox 2 11103 Wickman 1 00001 DJones 1 22201 MMyersW,1-0 11-30 0 0 1 1 AReyes 2-332202 Atlanta Glavine 5 82223 DeMartinez 2 00001 Embiee 2-31 001 0 Gather 11-32 2 2 0 2 Wohlers 1 10012 AButlerL,0-1 1-31221 1 Edmondson 2-312101 ROCKIES 6, DIAMONDBACKS 4 COLORADO ARIZONA abrhbl sbrhbl Lnsing 2b 5010 DWhlte d 5120 Burks cf 3211 JBell ss 3111 OeJeanp 0 0 0 0 TLeelb 5010 Dipoto p 0000 MWIms 3b 5123 LWIker rf 4120 Fbrgas c 4000 Bchetle If 4113 YBnlez II 4010 Caslilla 3b 4000 KGrcia ri 4000 Clbmnlb 4121 TBIsla2b 4130 NPerez ss 4110 BnAdsn p 1000 Mnwm c 3010 Brede ph 1000 Aslacio p 2000 Manuel p 0000 McElryp 0000 CrJnesph 1010 Veres p 0000 FRdrgz p 0000 Vn Wai ph 1000 CGdwin d 1000 Totals 35 6 9 S Totals 37 4 11 4 Colorado 100 013 001—6 Arizona 002 020 000—4 DP— Arizona 1. LOB— Colorado 4, Arizona 10. 2B— LWalker (3), TLee (1), CrJones (1). 3B— NPerez (1). HR— Burks (1), Bichette (1), Colbrunn (1), JBell (1), MWilliams (1). S— BnAn- derson. IP H RER BB SO Colorado Aslacio W, 1-0 51-3 8 4 4 0 6 McElroy 1-31 0000 Veres 1-30001 1 DeJean 2 10001 Dipoto 5,1 1 10001 Arizona BnAdsn L.0-1 6 65514 Manuel 2 10010 FRodriguez 1 21101 Late Wednesday AMERICAN LEAGUE RED SOX 2, ATHLETICS 0 BOSTON OAKLAND abrhbl abrhbl Grcprr ss 4000 Hndrsn If 3010 JnVnlin 3b 3011 Mgdan 3b 4000 MVghn 1b 4020 Grieve rf 4010 Jffrson dh 3010 Stairs dh 3010 Leyritz dh 1000 Giambi 1b 4010 O'Lry If 4010 Spiezio 2b 3000 Httberg c 4000 Hlnch c 3000 DLewls d 4110 McDnld d 3000 Bragg rf 3111 Bmigal ss 2000 Sadler 2b 3000 Mack ph 1000 Wood ss 0000 Totals 33 2 7 2 Totals 30 0 4 0 Boston 000 010 100—2 Oakland 000 000 000—0 E— Spiezio (1). LOB— Boston 7, Oakland 6. 2B— Bragg (1). SB— Henderson (1). S— Spiezio. SF— JnValenlin, Bragg. IP H RER BB SO Boston PMartinez W.1-0 7 300211 Eckersley 2-31 0000 Gordon S,1 11-300001 Oakland Candiotti L.0-1 7 72103 Mohler 1 00002 TJMalhews 1 00001 INDIANS 9, MARINERS 7 CLEVELAND SEATTLE abrhbl abrhbl Lofton d 5 0 1 1 Cora 2b 2110 Vizquelss 5020 ARdrgzss 3101 Justicedh 5110 Grfyjrd 4100 MRmrzrf 4323 SeguMb 5235 Thome 1b 4110 Buhner ri 5010 Frymn 3b 4310 RWIkns dh 4000 SAImrc 3133 GHilllf 4210 Brders c 2000 DWilsn c 2000 Berroa II 3020 RDavis 3b 4011 Giles II 1012 Dnston 2b 4000 EWilsn 2b 1000 Totals 41 9 14 9 Totals 33 7 7 7 Cleveland 020 320 002—9 Seattle 001 031 011—7 E— RDavis 2 (2). DP— Seattle 1. LOB— Cleveland 9, Seattle 9. 2B— Vizquel (1), Justice (1), Fryman (1), SAIomar 2 (3), Segui (3). HR— MRamlrez 2 (2), Segui 2 (2). SB— Vizquel (2). S— Cora. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland JrWrightW,1-0 5 44442 Plunk 2-311120 Morman 11-300001 Mesa 1-311110 Assenmacher 2-311110 MJacksonS,2 1 00001 Seattle Mover L.0-1 42-3 11 7 5 0 2 Bullinger 21-3 1 0 0 2 2 Spoljaric 1 00001 Slocumb 1 22212 ANGELS 4, YANKEES 1 NEW YORK ANAHEIM abrhbl abrhbl Knblch2b 2000 Erstad 1b 5011 Jeterss 4000 Edmnd d 4000 O'Neill ri 3010 Holl!ns3b 2010 BWIIms d 4130 Salmon ri 3010 TMrtnzlb 3010 Flelderdh 3120 CDavisdh 3000 GAndsnlf 4000 Curtis II 3000 NMrtin2b 4110 Broslus3b 4000 Wlbeckc 4122 Girardic 2000 DSrcnass 4131 Raines pli 1000 Totals 29 1 5 0 Totals 33 4 11 4 New York 000 001 000—1 Anaheim 000 400 OOx— 4 DP— New York 1, Anaheim 1. LOB— New York 8, Anaheim 9. 2B— Salmon (1), NMartin (1), OlSarclna (1). 3B— Walbeck (1). CS— CDavis(1), Curtis (1). IP H RER BB SO New York Pettitte L.0-1 6 94433 Holmes 1 2-3 2 0 0 0 0 Lloyd 1-300000 Anaheim CFInleyW,1-0 7 41167 Holtz 1 10010 PercivalS,1 1 00001 College OTTAWA 1, KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 Kansas Wesleyan 000 000 0 — 0 50 Ottawa 100 000 Ox — 1 80 W — McDonald. L— Holmes. OTTAWA 11, KANSAS WESLEYAN S Kansas Wesleyan 300 010 1—5 91 Ottawa 021 044 x— 11 16 2 W — Cobbs. L — Ybarra. 2b — KW: Taylor 2, Lamkin; 0: Pighetti. HH — KW: McBroom. Junior college BROWN MACKIE S, HESSTON 2 Hesston 000 110 0 — 2 5 5 Brown Mackie 210 020 x — 5 32 W — Morgan, 1-0. L — Newleld. 2B — H: Swartzendruber; BM: McFariing. HR — BM: Miller. BROWN MACKIE S, HESSTON 1 Hesslon 100 000 0 — 1 44 Brown Mackie 010 040 X — 5 52 W — Dinkel, 1-0. L — Creech. 2B — BM: Gillund. High school ELL-SALINE 13, INMAN 0 Ell-Saline 515 02 — 13 12 0 Inman 000 00— 0 14 WP - Benninghoven. LP - Alexander. 2B ES: Kohart, Anderes 2; 3B - ES: K.Hatdesty, ELL-SALINE 17, INMAN 3 Ell-Saline 762 20 — 17 14 2 Inman 001 11— 3 25 WP - Lantz. LP - Janssen. 2B - ES: Kohart, Benninghoven, Anderes, Merrilield, Bertrand; I: Oard. 3B - ES: Weigel. Somali Junior college BROWN MACKIE 11, HUTCHINSON 3 Brown Mackie 200 010 8 — 11 13 1 Hutchinson 000 120 0— 3 50 WP - McDonald (4-5). LP - Roberts. 2B - BM: Bellies. 3B - BM: Settles. HR - BM: Dale (1). BROWN MACKI6 8, HUTCHINSON S Brawn Mackie 400 101 2 —8 14 3 Hutchlnson 400 001 0 — 5 61 WP - Dale (4-4). LP - Roberts. 2B - BM: Betties; H: Allen, Roberts. 3B - BM; McDonald, Betties, Wright. HR - BM: Dale (2). Freshmen SALINA SOUTH 9, McPHERSON 2 McPherson 000 000 2 — 2 3 1 Salina South 240 210 x — 9 6 5 WP-Edwards. 3B-SS: Baldwin. SALINA SOUTH 17, McPHERSON 4 McPherson 130 0 — 4 1 0 Salina South 210 (14) — 17 8 1 WP-Tucker. 2B-SS: Ferguson 2, Peterson. Basketball NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet OB x-Miami 52 22 .703 — New York 41 33 .554 11 New Jersey 37 38 .507 1414 Orlando 37 37 .500 15 Washington 36 37 .493 15'A Boston 32 41 .438 19V4 Philadelphia 27 46 .370 24 >A Central Division y-Chicago 56 17 .767 — y-lndiana 51 22 .699 5 y-Chartotte 46 26 .639 9'A Atlanta 43 29 .597 12Vi Cleveland 42 31 .575 14 Detroit 34 40 .459 22 V4 Milwaukee 32 41 .438 24 Toronto 15 57 .208 40'A WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet OB y-Utah 54 18 .750 — y-San Antonio 51 23 .689 4 y-Minnesota 38 35 .521 16VS y-Houston 37 36 .507 17% Dallas 19 55 .257 36 Vancouver 16 56 .222 38 Denver 9 64 .123 45% Pacific Division y-Seattle 55 18 .753 — y-L.A. Lakers 53 20 .726 2 y-Phoenlx 48 25 .658 7 y-Portland 40 32 .556 14% Sacramento 26 47 .356 29 L.A. Clippers 16 57 .219 39 Golden State 16 58 .216 39% x-clinched division, y-clinched playoff berth. Wednesday's Games 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 Indiana 111, Minnesota 108 New York 81, LA. Clippers 70 L.A. Lakers 117, New Jersey 106 Golden State 104, Houston 94 San Antonio 103, Miami 89 Seattle 107, Dallas 86 Friday's Games Toronto at Washington, 6 p.m. LA. Clippers at Philadelphia, 8:30 p.m. Indiana at Charlotte, 6:30 p.m. Houston at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. LA. Lakers at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Boston at Detroit, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Denver at Utah, 8 p.m. Dallas at Portland, 9 p.m. Seattle at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Milwaukee at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. NBA summaries PACERS 111, WOLVES 108 MINNESOTA (108) Gamed 11-19 2-2 24, Mitchell 7-11 8-8 22, Parks 3-9 0-0 6, Peeler 5-16 0-0 14, Marbury 290-05, Roberts 7-9 2-7 16, Jordan 1-21-2 3, Porter 5-10 0-012, Williams 1 -2 4-4 6. Totals 4287 17-23108. INDIANA (111) Mullin 8-13 0-0 17, D.Davis 3-7 2-2 8, A.Davis 11-221-3 23, Miller 8-133-4 21, Jackson 7-111316, McKay 3-5 0-0 6, Best 2-6 2-2 6, Croshere 2-5 2-2 6, Hose 4-7 0-0 8. Totals 48-89 11-16 111. Minnesota 16 24 30 38—108 Indiana 35 25 30 21—111 3-Polnt goals—Minnesota 7-15 (Peeler 4-8, Porter 2-4, Marbury 1-1, Gamett 0-1, Mitchell 01), Indiana 4-15 (Miller 2-5, Jackson 1-3, Mullin 1-5, Best 0-2). KNICKS 81, CLIPPERS 70 L.A. CLIPPERS (70) Murray 5-15 2-2 14, Wright 4-10 0-0 8, Austin 6-11 6-8 18, Robinson 3-10 1-1 9, Martin 1-755 7, Closs 1-2 0-0 2, Smith 2-8 0-0 5, Richardson 3-71-2 7, Collins 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-70151870. NEW YORK (81) Houston 5-12 7-7 17, Johnson 9-16 2-2 21, Oakley 7-13 3-317, Starks 5-130-011, Ward 16 0-0 2, Mills 2-5 0-0 5, Cummings 4-12 0-1 8, Childs 0-2 0-0 0, Thompson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 337912-1381. L.A. Clippers 18 15 20 17—70 New York 23 16 25 17—81 3-Point goals—Los Angeles 5-20 (Robinson 22, Murray 2-8, Smith 1 -3, Wright 0-1, Richardson 0-2, Martin 0-4), New York 3-8 (Johnson 1-1, Starks 1-2, Mills 1-2, Ward 0-1, Houston 0-2). LAKERS 117, NETS 106 LA. LAKERS (117) Fox 3-8 2-2 8, Horry 2-5 3-4 7, O'Neal 18-26 14-20 50, Jones 3-7 0-0 6, Fisher 1-21-2 4, Van Exel 5-101-212, Bryant 7-11 5-9 20, Campbell 4-6 2-210, Barry 0-2 0-0 0, Blount 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 43-77 28-41 117. NEW JERSEY (106) Gill 3-9 0-0 6, Van Horn 7-14 0-014, Seikaly 25 4-8 8, Kittles 5-14 6-617, Cassell 8-14 2-4 18, Galling 4-11 6-814, Harris 1-3 0-0 3, Cage 3-4 0-0 6, Douglas 7-13 1-2 15, Evans 1-4 1-1 3, Vaughn 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 42-93 20-29 106. L.A, Lakers 34293024—117 New Jersey 26222236—106 3-Poinl goals—Los Angeles 3-11 (Fisher 1-2, Bryant 1-2, Van Exel 1-4, Fox 0-1, Horry 0-1, Barry 0-1), New Jersey 2-6 (Kittles 1-3, Harris 1-3). SPURS 103, HEAT 89 MIAMI (89) Ma|erte 3-11 6-7 13, Strickland 6-18 4-8 16, Causwell 1-2 0-0 2, Lenard 5-15 4-5 15, Hardaway 6-16 7-7 21, Mills 1-6 2-2 4, Barry 1-2 0-0 3, Conlon 1-3 6-6 8, Murdock 3-7 0-2 7, Walters 0-0 0-0 0, Lang 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-80 29-37 89. SAN ANTONIO (103) Duncan 11-20 0-0 22, Robinson 8-17 5-10 21, Perdue 6-8 2-3 14, Jackson 5-9 2-2 15, Del Negro 4-11 1 -3 9, Geary 2-5 1 -3 6, Williams 4-7 4-6 12, Herrera 2-2 0-0 4, Rose 0-0 0-0 0, Burton 0-1 0-0 0, Lohaus 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 42-80 15-27 103. Miami 25 20 19 25— 89 San Antonio 28 23 21 31—103 3-Point goals—Miami 6-24 (Hardaway 2-7, Barry 1-1, Murdock 1-1, Lenard 1-5, Majerle 1-7, Mills 0-3), San Antonio 4-11 (Jackson 3-7, Geary 1-2, Duncan 0-1, Burton 0-1). Swimming High school HAYS 95, SALINA SOUTH 88 200 medley relay-1. Hays, 2:03.57; 2. South (Durst, Wilson, ALampe, Harding), 2:15.48; 3. Hays, 2:29.89. 200 freestyle - 1. B.Manila, H, 2:12.63; 2. Rucker, H, 2:33.80; 3. Schumacher, SS, 2:37.82; 4. Jacobs, H, 2:53.65; 5. Hawkins, SS, 3:06.19. 200 Individual medley - 1. Sprock, H, 2:46.31; 2. Harding, SS, 3:07.13; 3. Braun, H, 3:10.90; 4. Brenneman, SS, 3:11.52; 5. Garsl, SS, 3:30.69. 50 freestyle -1. B.Manila. H, 25.79; 2. A.Lampe, SS, 27.38; 3. Bllese, H, 29.64; 4. Wilson, SS, 30.12; 5. Spencer, SS, 33.61. Diving - 1. Nelson, SS, 157.70; 2. J.Lampe, SS, 140.70; 3. Clower, SS, 121.45. 100 butterfly - 1. M.Manila. H, 1:06.85; 2. A.Lampe, SS, 1:08.40; 3. Sprock, H, 1:18.01; 4. Bliese, H, 1:19.71; 5. Garsl, SS, 1:44.82. 100 freestyle - 1. M.Manila, H, 59.45; 2. Durst, SS, 1:08.71; 3. Schumacher, SS, 1:10.95; 4. Tonne, SS, 1:15.49; 5. Ruder, H, 1:18.74. 500 freestyle -1. Marker, H, 5:59.22; 2. Rucker, H, 7:05.99; 3. Harding, SS, 7:11.81; 4. Brenneman, SS, 7:43.45; 5. Braun, H, 7:53.98. 200 freestyle relay - 1. Hays, 1:50.07; 2. South (A.Lampe, Wilson, Tonne, Schumacher), 1:59.27; 3. Hays, 2:03.53. 100 backstroke - 1. Marker, H, 1:08.62; 2. Durst, SS, 1:15.84; 3. J.Lampe, SS. 1:34.72; 4. Yosai, SS, 1:47.57; 5. Gilreath. H, 1:57.30. 100 breaslstroke - 1. Wilson, SS, 1:23.01; 2. Hart, H, 1:24.99; 3. Tonne, SS, 1:27.18; 4. Hawkins, SS, 1:40.01; 5. Braun, H, 1:43.42. 400 freestyle relay - 1. South (Schumaker, Harding, Brenneman, Durst), 4:58.95; 2. Hays. 5:16.05; 3. South (Spencer, Garsl, Kmetz, Cartson), 5:45.02. HAYS 104, CENTRAL 77 200 medley relay - 1. Hays, 2:03.57; 2. Central (Weis, Crawford. Fairbanks, Martin). 2:23.10; 3. Hays, 2:29.89. 200 freestyle - 1. B.Hantla, H, 2:12.63; 2. Schmltt, SC, 2:28.89; 3. Rucker, H, 2:33.80; 4. Jacobs, H, 2:53.65; 5. A.DeVere, SC, 2:59.29. 200 Individual medley - 1. Fairbanks, SC, 2:43.01; 2. Sprock, H. 2:46.31; 3. Braun, H, 3:10.90; 4. Allred, SC, 3:19.38; 5. Kempton, SC, 3:32.56. 50 freestyle -1. B.Hantla. H, 25.79; 2. Bliese, H, 29.64; 3. Crawford, SC, 32.26; 4. Wels, SC, 32.38; 5. Gilreath, H, 42.59. Diving - 1. Wolfe, SC, 130.10; 2. Hartman, SC. 113.05; 3. Norris, SC, 112.15. 100 butterfly - 1. M.Hantla, H, 1:06.85; 2. Sprock, H, 1:18.01; 3. Bliese, H. 1:19.71; 4. Allred, SC, 1:48.18. 100 freestyle - 1. M.Hantla, H, 59.45; 2. Schmitt, SC, 1:08.28; 3. Martin. SC, 1:14.19; 4. Ruder, H, 1:18.74; 5. Tumquist, SC, 1:23.66. 500 freestyle -1. Marker, H, 5:59.22; 2. Rucker, H, 7:05.99; 3. Wels, SC, 7:26.43; 4. Braun, H, 7:53.98; 5. Kempton, SC, 8:06.03. 200 freestyle relay - 1. Hays, 1:50.07; 2. Hays, 2:03.53; 3. Central (Schmltt, Crawlord, Martin, Tumquist), 2:13.16. 100 backstroke - 1. Marker, H, 1:08.62; 2. Fairbanks, SC, 1:15.09; 3. A.DeVere, SC, 1:33.37;4.Gilrealh, H, 1:57.30. 100 breaststroke - 1. Hart, H, 1:24.99; 2. Crawford, SC, 1:27.36; 3. Martin, SC, 1:28.13; 4. Braun, H, 1:43.42; 5. Berquist, SC, 1:57.13. 400 freestyle relay - 1. Central (Schmitt, Weis, Allred, Fairbanks), 4:48.18; 2. Hays, 5:16.05; 3. Central (Tumquist, B.DeVere, A.De- Vere, Ediger), 5:30.78. Golf PGA Seniors THE TRADITION At ScoHsdale, Ariz. Tom Wargo Jose Maria Canizares Hale Irwin David Graham Dick Hendnckson John Bland John D. Morgan Jimmy Powell Jim Colbert John Jacobs Terry Dill Larry Ziegler John L Schroeder Bob Dlckson Gil Morgan Leonard Thompson George Archer Simon Hobday Vicente Fernandez Jack Nlcklaus Billy King Kermit Zarley Graham Marsh Isao Aoki Jerry McGee Mike Hill Dave Stockton Ray Royd Bob Eastwood J.C. Snead 34-34—68 34-35—69 34-35-69 35-34—69 37-33-70 36-34—70 36-34—70 33-37—70 35-35—70 35-36—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 32-39—71 36-35—71 36-35—71 36-35-71 32-39—71 36-35-71 36-36—72 37-35—72 36-36—72 34-38—72 37-35—72 40-33—73 39-34-73 38-35—73 37-36—73 39-34—73 37-36—73 PGA FREEPORTMCDERMOTT At New Orleans Par 72 Glen Day 30-34—64 Jay Delslng 33-33—66 Steve Flesch 30-36—66 Tommy Armour III 32-35—€7 D.A. Weibring 35-32—67 Duffy Waldorf 32-35—67 Niclas Fasth 33-34—67 Blalne McCalllster 33-34—67 Kelly Gibson 35-32—67 Trevor Dodds 33-34—67 Frank Uckliter 32-35—67 Tommy Tolles 35-33—68 Neal Lancaster 35-33—68 Russ Cochran 35-33—68 Kirk Triplet! 34-34—68 Scolt Gump 35-33-68 Brian Henninger 34-34—68 Jim Carter 34-34—68 Jeff Gallagher 35-33—68 Tennis College BETHANY 9, FRIENDS 0 Singles 1. Walker, B, del. Mainzer, 7-6,6-4; 2. Nelson, B, del. Whitworth, 6-4, 6-4; 3. Placek, B, del. Fox, 6-1, 6-0; 4. Kellerman, B, del. Lourenslus, 6-1,6-3; 5. Ryan, B. del. Auten, 6-0,6-1; 6. Tooley won by default. Doubles 1. Walker-Ptacek, B, del. Mainzer-Whilworth, 6-1, 4-6, 7-5; 2. Nelson-Cross, B, del. Louren- sius-Auten, B r 6-3,6-0; 3. Tooley-Bailey, B, won by default. Track High school ALEX FRANCIS RELAYS At Haya BOYS Team Scorea St John 53, Hill City 53, Hays 51, SE-Saline 50, Quinler 38, Thomas More Prep-Marian 38. Individual Reaulta 110m hurdles—1. Welszbrod, St. John, 15.78; 2. Belts, SE-Saline, 16.29; 3. Bieker.TMP, 16.61. 3,200m run -1. Craig, SE-Saline, 10:35.46; 2. Porter, Quinter, 10:35.49; 3. Graham, Scott City, 10:58.75. 3,200m relay — 1. St. John, 9:02.51; 2. Scott City, 9:08.84; 3. Thomas More Prep, 9:09.68. 1,600m run — 1. Craig, SE-Saline, 5:00.44; 2. Dolst, Sterling, 5:05.39; 3. Porter, Quinter, 5:09.10. 400m relay — 1. Hill City, 44.63; 2. St. John, 45.47; 3. Ness City, 46.06. 100m dash — 1. Appelhans, Hill City, 10.98; 2. Dickson, SE-Saline, 11.17; 3. Prosser, Ellinwood, 11.18. Pole vault — 1. Worth, Quinter, 12-9; 2. Slaab, TMP, 12-3; 3. Davignon, Hill City, 12-3. Javelin — 1. Schwerz, SE-Saline, 175-3; 2. Bollz, Sterling, 168-6; 3. Alper, St. John, 164-0. Discus — 1. Philpot, Norton, 161-3; 2. Herl, Hays, 149-2; 3. Dechant, TMP, 14 5-8; 4. Schwarz, SE-Saline, 144-10. Long jump—1. Moore, Hays, 21-10; 2.0'Hara, Hill City, 20-111/2; 3. Riley, Hill City, 20-91/2. Shot put — 1. Herl, Hays, 50-51/2; 2. Shaver, Hays, 48-41/2; 3. Zohner, Hill City, 46-3; 9. Schwarz, SE-Saline, 42-7. Triple jump — 1. Alper, St. John, 41-23/4; 2. Bailey, Scott City, 40-73/4; 3. Long, Quinter, 39-10. High jump — 1. Liggett, Greensburg, 6-0; 2. Weiszbrod, St. John, 6-0; 3. Long, Quinter, 5-10. GIRLS Team Scorea Thomas More Prep-Marian 76, Hays 50, Scott City 35, Norton 34, SE-Saline 33, Plainville 32. Individual Results 3,200m run — 1. Brown, TMP, 13:15.50; 2. Me- Candless, Scolt City, 13:31.89; 3. Week, Kingman, 13:44.60; 4. Brady, SE-Saline, 14:06.02. 3,200m relay — 1. Thomas More Prep, 10:57.00; 2. Scott City, 11:00.10; 3. Kingman, 11:21.90. 100m hurdles — 1. Eck, SJ-Beloit, 15.22; 2. Long, TMP, 16.56; 3. Robinson, Hays, 16.73. 400m relay — 1. Thomas More Prep, 53.07; 2. Hill City, 54.72; 3. Hays, 55.53. 1,600m run — 1. Walter, Norton, 5:53.19; 2. Allison, Greensburg, 5:54.40; 3. Funk Ness City, 6:02.02; 6. Jackson, SE-Saline, 6:11.45. 100m dash — 1. Eck, SJ-Beloit, 12.97; 2. Starns, TMP, 13.12; 3. Long, TMP, 13.27. 400m dash — 1. Funk, Ness City, 1:02.38 2. Vanek, TMP, 1:04.11; 3. William, Norton, 1:05.94; 5. Jackson, SE-Saline, 1:08.31. Pole vault — 1. William, Norton, 6-3. Shot put — 1. Comeau, Plainville, 35-51/2; 2. Ade, SE-Saline, 34-73/4; 3. Munich, Hays, 33113/4. Long Jump — 1. Hoffman, Hays, 16-2; 2. Fehrenbach, Ness City, 16-13/4; 3. Starns, TMP, 15-111/2.. Javelin — 1. Ade, SE-Saline, 125-1; 2. William, Norton, 112-8; 3. Comeau, Plainville, 111-8. High jump — 1. Robinson, Hays, 5-2; 2. Allison, Greensburg, 4-8; 3. Stout, Plainville, 4-8. Discus — 1. Comeau, Plainville, 106-8; 2. Ade, SE-Saline, 108-2:3. Lorett, Scon City, 1077. Triple jump — 1. Lichly, Quinler, 34-1 3/4; 2. Burton, Hill City, 32-51/4; 3. Presad, TMP, 32-2 SPORTS DIGEST i Auto racing [_ FORT WORTH, Texas — When it comes to fix} ing up superspeedways, $517,000 must not go very far. That's how much the Texas Motor Speedway spent trying to solve problems Winston Cup dri-! vers had with the 1.5-mile oval during the debut | race last year, only to be told after a practice sesf sion Thursday that everything seemed to be the ; same. Not only did many drivers have the same . complaints as a year ago. They also grumbled ! about a new problem — a bump that several called "a crater." But, with just two days to go before the Texas 500, there's not much more that can — or will — be done. So drivers might as well adopt Dale Jarrett's attitude and learn to live with it. Basketball NEW YORK — The agreement that allows NBA teams to sign their own free agents without theif contracts counting against the salary cap appears to be the major issue in negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement. The NBA exercised its option to reopen the contract, which had threje years to run. With the expiration of the agreement June 30 will come the possibility of a lockout by j the owners or at least a moratorium on signingsi The two sides met for the first time for about thrtee hours Wednesday, with the talks expected to las{ for months. The next session is not expected to be held for about three weeks. NORFOLK, Va. — One of four NBA referees convicted in an airline ticket scam was sentenced to three years' probation Thursday for tax evasion. Henry Clinger Armstrong, an NBA official for nine years, received a reduced sentence after a judge granted a request by the prosecutors. The 55-year-old Armstrong, of Virginia Beach, apologized to his family and friends before he was sen;- tenced and told the judge: "I just made a terrible mistake, and I will do whatever I have to do to right this ship." He admitted he swapped first- class airline tickets supplied by the NBA for cheaper tickets and pocketed the difference. He did not report on his taxes $160,464 in income from downgrading the tickets from 1989 through 1994, prosecutors said. Football NEW YORK — The Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos will cap the first weekend of the NFL season, facing the New England Patriots Monda^ night, Sept. 7 at Mile High Stadium. The game wjll be the first of three appearances for the Broncos; on the ABC Monday night telecasts. Their other; Monday night games will be against Kansas City Nov. 16 and against Miami Dec. 21. The first Sun!day of the season, Sept. 6, will feature two other! matchups between playoff teams from last seasop — Detroit at NFC champion Green Bay and Tampa Bay at Minnesota. The season's first Sunday nignt game, on ESPN, will match longtime rivals Oak-! land and Kansas City. I I MILWAUKEE — Sponsors haven't been quick |to castigate Reggie White or sever ties with a man > long seen as one of sport's true role models after! a fiery speech in which he used racial stereotypes! and condemned homosexuality. More than a we^k after his address to Wisconsin lawmakers, White's future as a pitchman seems secure. None of his ; sponsors have said they're dropping him and one, the makers of Edge shaving gel, says it's sticking by the Green Bay Packers star, That's in stark i contrast to a situation last year when sponsors ! promptly dumped golfer Fuzzy Zoeller over racial remarks aimed at Tiger Woods. ' Hockey PORTLAND, Ore. — The men's hockey team will not go with the rest of the U.S. Winter Olympic | athletes to the traditional White House reception] later this month because of the trashing of some i players' rooms in Nagano. "We do not think it appropriate that the hockey team be invited to the | White House because it would detract from the tfu- ly great achievements which occurred by various athletes in Nagano," USOC president Bill Hybl said Thursday. The U.S. Olympic team is to attend a White House reception on April 28. Soccer BRASILIA, Brazil — Hours after Pele said he would stay on as Special Minister of Sports, the President Fernando Henrique Cardoso said Thursday he will eliminate the job. Cardoso created the ministry for Pele. Presidential spokesman Sergio Amaral said that the government will eliminate the ministry as of June 15, giving its responsibity- ties back to the Education Ministry. Pele orginajly intended to take a leave of absence to do TV commentary at the World Cup in France. Pele has ! agreements with Brazil's Globo TV network and! French television. Earlier Thursday, Pele | spokesman Jose Natal do Nascimento said soccer's top figure would stay on until the government enacts a law he sponsored abolishing the reserve ! clause in soccer. ! Tennis HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — Lindsay Dav|- enport nearly joined the exodus of star players a;t the Family Circle Cup, escaping in three sets ; against Ruxandra Dragomir on Thursday. The top seed rallied from a 4-1 deficit in the third set to ! win 1:6, 6-3, 7-5 and reach the quarterfinals. "I wks- n't worried about being the next one," Davenport said. "But this has been a very odd tournament/' No. 2 seed Jana Novotna fell to Spain's Magui Serna, who had to finish a suspended match before i pulling off the third-round upset 3-6, 6-4,6-4. And in a morning match, Anne Miller beat former tralian Open champion Mary Pierce. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario and Conchita Martinez, two past Family Circle champions, lost opening matches • earlier this week. ! SPORTS HOTLIIME PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST ! 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