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THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2000 D9 GIT P "" . Lj-r? mem HORSE RACING HOOSIER PARK TONIGHTS ENTRIES First Post 6:45 D.m. Briefly Sports n J lili II i I 1 I sin ? i , THE HOME TEAMS Today 27 Friday 28 Saturday 29 Sunday 30 Monday 1 Tuesday 2 Wednesdays COMPILED BY BETH MURPHY BASKETBALL High schools get 30-second timeouts Effective next high school basketball season, 20-second timeouts have been increased to 30 seconds,-; J as determined by the National Federation of High ,' School Associations basketball rules committee. ' The change in Rule 5-12-1 results in three full and'"' two 30-second timeouts for regulation. ' ' Also, the NFHS will require basketball officials to '-' -meet with coaches and team captains before every game to stress good sportsmanship. The coaches, in turn, must assure the officials that the players know j they need to behave themselves. -i A similar rule was adopted by the NFHS wrestling j rules committee two weeks ago. ; Pj I at j j at i i Milwaukee; j Milwaukee i I Milwaukee ! ! . 1 7p-m. I 7:30 p.m. j j TBA' I j x lat i fat r n I i M4 Columbus i ! Columbus i 1 I I 1 6:30 p.m. j 16:30 p.m. j j srn I i 1 1 1 : fe. I Toledo i Toledo I Toledo j Columbus! Columbus! Columbus - ' " 1 17 p.m. I 7 p.m. j 2 p.m. ;7p.m. j7p.m. 12 p.m. fi j j Tennessee I i ! I r j j 7:30 p.m. j j I j , BASEBALL i",:"r; AMERICAN LEAGUE Tampa Bay at Anaheim, Fox Sports Net, 9 p.m. ' "" " NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago Cubs at Houston, WGN, 3 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA PLAYOFFS Milwaukee at Pacers, TODAY'S EVENTS AND INFOLINE CODES To get results from the StarNews InfoLine Service, call 624-INFO (4636) and enter the code listed before each event. H.S. RESULTS BOYS BASEBALL Anderson Highland 6, Conneraville 0 WP: Jason Knowing (, 1 H, 6 K, 4 IP). Notable: AH's Matt Kapuscinski (2-for-2). David Yony (HR). Cory Harvey (HR). Ben Davis 10, Ritter 0 WP: Evan Montgomery (1 H, 6 K). Notable: Montgomery (3 H, 2B, HR, 4 RBIs), Mark Naaman (BD, HR). Bishop Chatard 9, Manual 3 WP: A.J. Prickel (BC reliever 3 innings. 8 K) Notable: BC's Scon Hamilton (2-tor-3). Brebeuf Jesuit 11, Knightstown 1 WP: Jay Brant (3-0). Notable: Tom Drew (BJ. 3 RBIs): R.J. Bnggs (BJ, 2 2Bs). Broad Ripple 9, Hamilton Hts. 6 ' WP: Kevin O'Donnell (2-0. 5 IR 4 K). Notable: Kenny Sanders (BR) 3-for4, 3-run HR, 4 RBIs; Cory Wade 3-for4. , Cathedral 8, New Palestine 4 WP: Michael Lauck (50). Notable: Lauck (C, 3-for4, 2B, 3 RBIs). Center Grove 5, Avon 4, 8 Innings WP: Gilfox (50). Decatur Central 6, Pike 4 WP: Matt Elder (30, 10 K). Hamilton SE 6, Brownsburg 5, 8 inn. WP: Kory Bucklew (2 IP, 2 K, 0 BB, 2 plckoffs). Notable: Bucklew (2-for4. 3 RBIs, including 2-run game-tying single in seventh). Lawrence Cen. 12, Franklin Cen. CN WP: Jon Wse (30, 5 K), Notable: LC'S A.J. Stanly (2-for-3. 3 RBIs). Lebanon 5, Plainfield 3 WP: Kyle Lesley (2-1). Lutheran 8, Lapel 7 WP: Thomas Zimmer'(1-1. 5 K). Notable: Nick Longworth (3-for4, 3 RBIs. HR). Martinsville 12, Bloomington South 1, 5 inn. WP: Kenny Gieresbach (0 hits, HR). Notable: Tanner Freeman (2 HRs), Craig Pem-berlon (HR). Mooresville 6, North Putnam 4 WP: Andy White (1-2). Notable: Jeff Allen (M. 2-for-3, 2B. 2 RBIs). Noblesville 4, McCutcheon 3, 8 inn. WP: Todd Racine (1-0, 1 IP, ER). Notable: Brian Lortz (N) 7 IR 7 hits, 2 ER, 9 K as starter; Brad Salyer game-winning 2-run double in bottom 8th. North Central 3, Kokomo 0 WP: Alex Wrneveld (1-1, CG, 1-hit shutout). Notable: Cory Eyler (NC) RBI-double in 1st. n Meridian 7, Bloomington N. 3 P: Shawn Payne (3-1, CG, 5 hits, 0 ER, 8 K). Notable: Mike Schmitz (PM) 2-run HR in 4th. Pendleton Heights 10, Shenandoah 4 WP: Kyle Atkinson (4 IR 4 K). Notable: James Campbell (3-for-5, 3 R, 2 HRs, 4 RBIs) Scecina 13, Northwest 3, 5 inn. WP: Anthony Kelshaw. Notable: Matt Fey (S, 2-for4, two 3Bs, 5 RBIs); Michael Sgro (S, 4-for4, 2 RBIs). Southport 7, Columbus North 0 WP: Dan Harmon (6 IR 1 H, 5 K). Whlteland 7, Indian Creek 5 WP: Kirk Waltz (10). Notable: Tim Cooper (W, 2-for-3, 3B, RBI). Zionsville 5, Park Tudor 3 WP: Nate Wall (30, 5 23 IP, 5 hits, 2 K). GOLF Bishop Chatard 169, Ben Davis 170. Medalist: Popchess (BD) 37. Greenwood 175. Plainfield 186. Co-medalists: Chris Spear (G), Brian Moreman (G),43. Mooresville 164, Whitdand 207. Medalist: Justin Rupp (M) 39. North Central 166, Speedway 169, South-port 181. Medalist: Dan Wilmes (NC) 37. Ritter 180, Scecina 183. Co-medalists: Mike Crist (S), Shawn Kelly (S), 41. Westfield 165, Park Tudor 176. Medalist: Aaron Hanlin (W) 36. Zionsville 156, Clinton Prairie 184, Clinton Central 184. Medalist: Tad Sacheck (Z) 37. LACROSSE North Central 10, Carmel 7. Notable: Brett Hershey (NQ 5 goals. Westfieki 2. Zionsville 1. Notable: Dan Adcock (W) 2 goals. TRACK & FIELD At Arlington Arlington 79, Northwest 48 No information given. At Beech Grove Plainfield 92, Ritter 42, Beech Grove 33 100-Bymes IR) 11:51; 20O-Bymes (R) 23:75; 400-Lee (P) 53.6; 800-Orender (P) 1:57.94; 1;600-Moore (BG) 4:58.6; 3:200-Moore (BG) 1107.36; 110H-Messer (P) 16.64; 300H-EdwarrJs (Pj 43.5; SP-Brown (P) 44-3; D-Brown (P) 127-9: HJ-Anderson (P) 5-6; U-Bymes (S) 20-7.75, PV-Statford (P) 10 400fi-Plainfieki 46.0; 1;600R-Plainfiekl 3:44.11; 3,2uOR-Beech Grove 6:46.85. At Manual Cathedral 124, Covenant Christian 43, Manual 35, Lutheran 32 100-Brown (M) 11.6; 200-Truitt (CC) 24.11; 400-Peterson (Carh) 54.9; 800O'Hara (Cath) 2:12.2; 1,ek)fJ-Banister (Cath 5:02.9; 3,200-Corsarl (Cath) 10:42; 110H-Bkjbee Cath) 16.05; 300H-8igbee (Cath) 34.15; SP-Rtae (Cath) 406; D-Barger (L) 107-6; HJ-Wilkinson (Cath) 6-2; U-Brown M) 18.9; PV-dkt not compete; 400R-CathedraJ 48.7; 1600R-Cathedral 3:40.9; 3200R-Cathedral 10:09.47. VOLLEYBALL Cathedral 15-15, Southport 8-2 GIRLS SOFTBALL Avon 7, North Central 3 WP: Lulich. Bishop Chatard 4, Perry Meridian 2 WP: Andrea Krerner (10-1, CG, 13 K, 3 H). Notable: Kristyn Tekulve (2-RBI HR). Carmel 3, Zionsville 2 WP: Lindsay McNaughton (50, CG, 3 H, 0 ER, 13 K). Notable: Stephanie Nagy (C) game-winning RBI-single in 6th. Decatur Central 1, Lawrence North 0, 9 inn. WP: Mary Btessing (CG). Franklin 2, Martinsville 0 WP: Shannon Carson (2-hit CG, 11 K). Notable: Natalk) Pryor, Autumn Lawson 1 RBI each for Franklin. Harrison 8, Hamilton SE 2 WP: Lawson. Lutheran 19, Tech 0, 6 Inn. WP: Bobbi Pfe (5-2, 9 K). Notable: Amy Metzger 2-for4, 5 RBIs. Monrovia 5, Plainfield 1 WP: Kristina Stanley (4-1, 12 Ks). Notable: Erin Long (M, 2-for4, 2B). New Palestine 10, Shelbyville 0 WP: Melissa Morris (1-1). Notable: Megan Ennis (NR 3-for-3, 2 2Bs, RBI). Noblesville 5, Westfield 1 WP: Jennifer Knotts (7-3, 4 H, 9 K). Park Tudor 10, Eastern Hancock 0, 6 inn. WP: Alyssa Brune (11-1, CG, 11 K, 0 BB). Notable: PTs Brittany Fteck (2 RBIs), Kim Thompson (2-for-2, 3 R). Roncalli 10, Ritter 0, 5 inn. WP: Netaa Renick (perfect game, 9 K). Notable: Megan Crist (2-for-2, 3 HBIsj. Trt-West 23, N. Montgomery 2, 5 inn. WP: Brittany McDonald (70, 2 IP, 1 hit, O ER, 4 K). Notable: Leslie Harrison (TW) 4-for4, 2 doubles, 2 HRs. 6 RBIs. Warren Central 8, Pike 1 WP: Kellianne Moore (2-hit CG, 15 K). Notable: Moore (2-for-3, 3 RBI, 2B). TENNIS Bishop Chatard 4, Roncalli 1 Cathedral 4, Brebeuf Jesuit 1 Center Grove 4, Warren Central 1 Decatur Central 4, Manual 1 Greenwood 5, Ben Davis 0 Lawrence Central 4, Franklin Central 1 Martinsville 4, Indian Creek 1 Mooresville 5, Franklin 0 New Palestine 3, Beech Grove 2 Perry Meridan 5, Hamilton SE 0 Pike 4, Northwest 1 Ritter 4, Arlington 1 Triton Central 5, Speedway 0 TRACK & FIELD At Beech Grove Plainfield 79, Beech Grove 44 100-Pierson (BG) 13.54; 200-Mason (P) 28.49; 400-Mason (P) 1:01.04; 800-Vbung (BG) 2:44.1; 1.600-Baker (P) 5:52.6; 3500-Mason (P) 12:28.7; 100H-Reynolds (P) 17.58; 300H-Reynolds (P) 51.38; SP-Rauer (P) 32-1; D-Rauer (P) 96-8; HJ-Smith (P) 50; U-Pterson (BG) 14-2.3; 400R-Plaineld 54.25; 1;600R-PlainfBld 4:42.24; 3;2O0R-Beech Grove 11:21.9. At Lawrence North Hamilton SE 68, Lawrence North 55 100-Thomas (LN) 12.5; 200-Thomas (LN) 26.7; 400-Green (LN) 1:02.6; 800-At-kinson (LN) 256.1; 1,600-Delty (LN) 5:14.1; 3,200-Bucci (HSE) 11:45.9; 100H-Lugo (HSE) 15.9; 300H-Salterfield (LN) 49.0; SP-Meyer (HSE) 42-7; D-Meyer (HSE) 1594; HJ-Fbrd (LN) 5-0; U-Montgomery (HSE) 15-6; 400R-HSE 504; 1600R-LN 4:14.9; 3200R-HSE 10:134. At Manual Covenant Christian 70, Manual 45, Lutheran 38 100-Heuss (CC) 12.4; 200-Heuss (CC) 27.7; 400-Sheeram (CC) 1:09.5; 800-Lin-chum (L 2:48.5; 1,600-Murphy (CC) 6:04.2; 3,200-Murphy (CC) 13:30.89; 100H-Cross (M) 17.8; 300H-Breece (CC) 54.11; SP-Hacker (M) 27-5; D-Heuss (CC) 76-9; HJ-Breece (CC) 4-6; U-Haselden (CC) 15-5; 400R-Covenant Christian 56.5; 1600R-LU-theran 5:03.0; 3200R-Manual 14:15.28. At Noblesville Carmel 90, Cathedral 56, Noblesville 10 100-Grundy (Cath) 12.9; 20u-Grundy (Cath) 27.3; 400-Farley (Cath) 1:00.7; 800-Groth (Carm) 2:21.6; 1,600-Urick (Carm) 5:11.0; 3,200-Huddleson (Carm) 11:139; 100H-Ste(fel (Carm) 15.4; 300H-Steffel (Carm) 46.0; SP-Taytor (Carm) 38-0; D-Taytor Carm) 124-8; HJ-Clark (Cath) 54; U-Hizer (Cath) 15-3; 400R-Carmel 53.9; 1600R-Ca-thedral 4:09.1; 32uOR-Carmel 9:52.6. COLLEGE RESULTS MEN BASEBALL , Butler 15. Marian 9 E. Illinois 12-15, Ball St. 108 Franklin 10. Eariham 5 Hanover 14-13, Spalding 1-6 Illinois 8, Indiana St. 3 Indiana 6, vaplaraiso 5 St. Joseph's 6-5, Grand Valley St. 4-6 WOMEN LACROSSE Wrttenberg 15, Eariham 2 SOFTBALL Bradley 4-2, Butler 3-3, (1st game, 8 inn.) , Manchester3-1,r-ranklin04 i St. Joseph's 8-9, Huntington 2-1 TRACK AND FIELD DRAKE RELAYS At Des Moines, Iowa (all race distances in meters) MEN'S DECATHLON Standings 1, Kamau Sullivan, Indianapolis, Ind., 4,006 points. 2, Jeff Sander, K&K Track Club. 3,909. 3, Kip Janv-rin, K&K Track Club. 3,878. 4, Jacob Pred-more, Washington, 3,843. 5, Travis Geoptert. Northern Iowa, 3,736. 6. Brad Swanson K&K Track Club, 3,607. 7, Doug Hill, Indiana State, 3,547. 8. Sean Cteirk, Central, 3,480. 9, Chris Wineberg, Onctnnat, 3,459. 10. Mike Yoder. Cincinnati, 3,342 11, Franz Petter. Nebraska, 3,128. 12, Nate Parker, Central Michigan, 2.826. Chad Gillespie. Doane. withdrew. 1001. Janvrin, 10.7 seconds, 874. 2, Geoptert, 108. 852 3, Sullivan, 10.9, 830. 4 (lie), Gillespie, Yoder. Parker and Sander, 110, 808. 6 (tie). Wineberg. Swanson and Predmore, 11.1, 786. 11. Clark, 11.3. 744 12 (tie), Petter and Hill, 11.4, 723. Long jump 1, Predmore, 23-10, 878 2. Sander. 2310, 876. 3, Sullivan, 23-9, 871. 4. Janvrin. 22-5K, 778. 5, Clark, 22-2"., 757. 6 (tie), Gilespie and Hill, 22-1, 755. 8, Geopfert, 21-9, 727. 9, Swanson, 21-7v., 716. 10, Parker, 21-3K, 693 11 (tie), Yoder and Wineberg, 20-7, 646. 13, Petter. 20-3K, 626. Shot put 1, Geoptert, 44 feet, h inch, 693. 2, Brad Swanson, 43-5'., 682. 3, Sullivan, 42-3)4, 661. 4, Petter, 41-7. 648. 5, Janvrin, 41-31, 642. 6, Hill, 39-9, 614. 7 Sander, 39-6, 609. 6, Predmore, 39-2V4, 6-3 9, Parker, 37-10, 579. 10, Wineberg, 36-w., 546. 11, Clark, 35-6'4 536. 12, Yoder, 32-10i, 487. High jump-1, Sullivan, 6-8i, 850. 2, Sander, 6-7.4, 822. 3, Clark, 6-5, 767 4, Predmore. 64, 740. 5 (tie), Janvrin and Hill, 6-114, 687. 7, Swanson, 644. 661. 8, Wineberg, 5-1 1, 636. 9 (tie), Geoptert and Yoder, 5-10, 610. 11, Petter. 5-7K, 560. 12, Parker, no height. 400-1, Janvrin. 48.3. 888. 2. Geopfert, 49.2, 845. 3, Wineberg, 49.4. 836. 4, Predmore, 49.5, 831. 5. Sander. 50.4. 790. 6 (tie), Sullivan and Yoder. 50.5, 785. 8, Hill, 51.0, 763. 9. Swanson, 51.1, 758. 10, Parker, 51.5, 741. 11, Clark, 53.2, 667. 12, Petter, 55.8, 562. WOMEN'S HEPTATHLON Standings 1, Barbara Szlendakova, Iowa Slate. 3,216. 2, Mellanee Welly. WkMa State, 3,190. 3. Millicent Sylvan, Alcorn Slate, 3,153. 4, Neisha Tliompson. McKendree, 3,140. 5, Kate Livesay. Nebraska, 3,135. 6, Carrie Pollock, Romecville, IH., 2,964. 7, Susan Klitz, Doane, 2,841. 8, Laura Borland, Drake, 2,831. 9, Kelly Drjlan. Lewis, 2,786. 10, Jill Osenbaugh, Central, 2,624. 11, Peggy Ba-kalyar, Drake, withdrew. 100 hurdles 1, Sytan, 13.8, 973. 2, Welty, 14.0, 945. 3, Szlendakova. 14.1, 931. 4, Lwesay, 14.3, 903. 5, Thompson, 14.4. 890. 6, Pollock, 14.5. 876. 7, Borland, 14.7, 850. 8, Klitz. 14.8, 836. 9, Dctand, 15.3, 772. 10, Osenbaugh. 16.3, 649. 11. Bakalyar, 17.5, 516. High jump 1, Welty, 5-7K, 879. 2 (lie), Sylvan and Livesay, 5-6!4, 842. 4, Szlendakova, 5-5H, 806 5 (Del, Thompson, Pollock. Do-Ian and Osenbaugh, 5-3, 736, 9, Bakalyar, 5-11. 701. 10, Klitz, 4-11)4, 632. 11, Borland, 4-10, 599. Shot put 1, Thompson, 384, 640. 2, Klitz, 37-5)4. 622. 3, Borland, 35-8i, 588. 4, Osenbaugh, 354. 580. 5, Sylvan, 34-514, 562. 6. Welty, 33-7)4, 546. 7, Sztendakova, 334, 540. 8, Uvesay, 32-7, 525. 9, Pollock, 31-71, 505. 10, Dolan, 29-6H, 467. 200-1, Szlendakova, 24.2. 939. 2, Thompson, 24.9, 674. 3. Livesay, 25.0, 865. 4, Pollock, 25.2, 847. 5, Welty. 25.5, 820. 6, Dolan, 25.6, 811. 7, Borland, 25.8, 794. 8. Sylvan, 26.0, 776. 9, Klitz, 26.3, 751. 10, Osenbaugh, 27.4, 659. TRIPLE-A BASEBALL INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pet GB Buffalo (Indians) .....13 5 .722 PawlucketiRedSox) 9 7 .563 3 Scranton (Phillies) 9 9 .600 4 Syracuse (Blue Jays) 7 8 .467 4V4 Rochester (Orioles) 6 10 .375 6 Ottawa (Expos) 4 9 .308 614 Southern Division Durham (Devil Rays) 12 4 .750 Charlotte (White Sox) 7 8 .467 4)4 Norfolk (Mets) 9 11 .450 5 Richmond (Braves) 4 16 .200 10 Western Division Louisville (Reds) 13 6 .684 INDIANS (Brewers) .11 7. .611 1VS Columbus (Yankees) 9 7 .563 Z'h Toledo (Tigers) 5 11 .313 6)4 Wednesday's Results Louisville 3, INDIANS 1 Norfolk 7. Chariolte 5 ScrantorvWilkes-Barre 7, Ottawa 4 Pawlucket 9, Buffak) 8 Durham 2, RKhmond 1 Syracuse 3, Rochester 2 Totedo 9, Columbus 4 Today's Games Norfolk at Chariolte Ottawa at Pawlucket Richmond at Durham Syracuse at Rochester Toledo at Columbus Tuesday's Results Indianapolis 10, Columbus 0 Louisville 2, Toledo 0 Norfolk 10, Chartotte 4 ScrantonWilkes-Barre 3, Ottawa 2 Buttalo 6, Pawtucket 1 Durham 4, Richmond 3, 10 innings Syracuse 9, Rochester 3 PRO BOXING UPCOMING BOUTS National TV in parentheses Today: At The Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, Al Cole, Spring VaJley, N Y, vs. Frankie Swindell, Nashville, Tenn., 10, heavyweights; Shannon Briggs. Brooklyn, N.Y, vs. Sedreck Fields, Richmond, Va., 10, heavyweights. Friday: At Foxwoods Resorts Casino, Mashantucket, Conn. (ESPN2), Dana Rosenblatt. Maiden, Mass., vs. James Crawford, Grinnell, Iowa, 10, middleweights. At Blackham Coliseum, Lafayette, La.f Ricky Guiles, Loraine, Ohio. vs. Vince Phillips, Pensacola, Fla, 12, for Guiles' NABO junior welterweight title; Jason Papilkxi, Broussard, La., vs. Lavell Finger. St. Louis, 8. junior middleweights; Earl Butler, St. Martinville, La., vs. Segundo Mercado, Ecuador, 8, light heavy wetghts. CYCLING U.S. OLYMPIC TRACK TRIALS At Frisco, Texas MEN'S INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT (top four advanced to finals): 1. Erin Hart-well, Indianapolis, Saturn, 4 minutes, 38.002 seconds; 2. Mike Tillman, Santa Monica, Calif.. LEquipe Chevral, 4:47.697; 3. Adham Sbeih, Granite Bay, Calif., Navigators, 4:34.697; 4. Kent Bostick, Oak Ridge. Tenn., Shaklee, did not finish; 5. Colby Pearce, Boulder, Colo., Shaklee, 4:46.159; 6. Jame Carney, Flagstaff, Anz Shaklee, 4:49.269; 7. John Mi, Martinez, Calii.. unattached, 4:50.340; 8. Dae Baitey, San Francisco, Pedal Alpine, 4:53.985; 9. Daniel Larson, Gainesville, Fla., Cy Science, 5:01.075; 10. Rory McAdams, Piano, Texas, Team Texas, 5:02.359; 11. Joey D Antoni, Raleigh, N.C., Team Cajun Cyclist, 5:07.027; 12. Joseph Miller, Boukler, Colo, Tokyo Joe's Pepsi, 5:08.364; 13. Adam Burke, Denton, Texas, CCCCD, 5:10.288; 14. Eric Gerolstein, Satellite Beach, Fte, unattached, 5:11.183; 15. Teran Martin, Piano, Texas, Team UPS, 5:14.003; 16 Doug Pence, Northbrook, III., Northbrook Bicycle Club, 5:16.695; 17. Terry Lott, Colorado Springs, Colo, Eastside Wheelman, 5:27.843; 18. Drew Nelson, Hills-boro, Ore, Riversedge Athletic Club, 5:34.332 Non U.S. Competitors (not eligible for U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Track Cycling): Gary Alexander, Canada, Biasport CalgaryBC, 4:59 076 MEN'S INDIVIDUAL OLYMPIC SPRINT QUALIFYING (top four advanced to finals): 1. Team UPS (Johnny Barios, Redlands, Calif ; Marceto Arrue, Re-dlands, Calif.; Sky Christopherson, Tucson, Ariz ), 47.002; 2. USA 1 (Christ Springer, Los Gatos, Calrt, unattached; Marty Nothstein, Trexlertown, Pa, autotrader.com; Jonas Carney, Redwood City, Calif., Shaklee), 47.147; 3. Shaktee (Lars Madsen, Canada; Jim Fisher, Canada; Doug Baron, Canada), 47.904; 4. Superdrome.com 2 (Joshua Weir, Indianapolis; Giddeon Massie, Lansdale, Pa.; Jo-siah Ng. Oceanside. Calif ), 48.214; 5. In-tersrjc4Canada (Keith Bruneau, Canada; Tyler Hansen, Canada; Kyle Hudson, Canada), 49.196; 6. Composite 1 (Jeff Labauve, Frisco, Texas; Jeff Soft, Los Altos. Calif.; Adam Wilk, Piano, Texas, unattached), 49.488; 7. Composrte 3 (James Hibbard, Morgan Hill, Calii.; Eric Swaidner, Cotorado Springs; Bobby Walthour, Carmel, Calit.), 59.787, 8. Tri-State Veto (Andy Lakatosh. Terx-lertown, Pa.; Mike Beers, Tafton, Pa.; A.J. Smith, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla), 50.579; 9. Super-drome.com (Nathan Rogut, Irving, Texas; Mark Guerin, Colorado Springs; Kirk White-man, Brooklyn, N.Y), 50.858; 10. Bankstown Sports (Danny Wilson. Piano, Texas; Jason Beauregard, New Cumberland, Pa.; Jeff Hopkins. Australia), 50959; 11. Composite 4 (Edu-wardo Cocina, Miami; Chad Rodekohr, Winder, Ga.; Todd Launt, Irving, Texas), 51.029; 12. Hammer Racing Ryan Watson. Los Angeles; Scott Cook, Colorado Springs: Stephen Prokoprw, Gypsum, Coto.), 51.957; 13. Composite 2 (Keith Thorarinson, Canada; Chris Bentley, Canada; Scott Williams, Canada), 52.329; 14. Rchardson Bike Mart (Murray So-lem, Canada; Tim Goodwin, Lewisville, Texas; Steen Madsen, Canada). 52.533; 15. Team Corima (Al Whatey. Houston; Garth Blackburn, Houston; Nick Chenowth, Dallas), 52.580; 16. Team Spincycle (John Johanssen, Webster, Texas; Bob Ostrom, Houston; Patrick Bartell, Katy, Texas), 53.075; 17. Team UPS 2 (Teran Martin, Piano, Texas; Jared Beesley, Dallas; Jay Robertson, Flower Mound, Texas), 54 863 WOMEN'S MATCH SPRINT QUALIFYING (200 meter time trial): 1. Jennie Reed, Kirkland. Wash, Team UPS, 11.609; 2. Tanya Lindenmuth, Trexlertown, Pa, Team UPS, 11.805; 3. Tammy Thomas. Vazoo City, Miss, unattached, 12.103; 4. Nra Reinhart, Macgunie. Pa, Saturn, 12.141; 5. Becky Quinn, Ouakertown, Pa, Shaklee, 12.174; 6. Suzanne Marshall, Redwood City, Calif, 12 524; 7. Shan Rayray, Federal Way, Wash, Pista Elite, 12,787; 8. Ashley Kimmet, Bethlehem, Pa, East Coast Veto, 13.000; 9. Emily Thurston, Portland, Ore, MACBike Central, 13.106; 10, Jeanne Farrell, Washington Cr, Pa, The Sports Team, 13.223; 11. Martha Dunne, Coronado,. CaSf, Team Redlands, 13.230; 12. Annette lanson, Belleview, Wash, Saturn Belleview, 11509. FIRST RACE,S5,000,Cond. Pee. Meredith Hall Unblemished Deaton 2-1-2 4-1 Anderson 3-M 10-1 Sugg 2-1-3 8-1 Noblel 9-56 15-1 Cullipher 1-4-1 3-1 Irvine Jr 1-1-1 9-5 HaynesJr 4-1-2 6-1 yes Its True Tsadu Cam Bam Mam Fun of Lite April Gram SECOND ,$5,400,Cond. Trt. Hoosier Legend Eash 4-7-6 15-1 Let's Goferit Riegle 106-3 4-1 CuUpher 4-1-5 12-1 Nisonger 10-7-5 20-1 HaynesJr 1-7-8 2-1 Ryle 4-54 15-1 Pkxiano 3-5 8-1 Taylor 6-1-4 7-2 MDder 8-3-3 20-1 Love Me Mconsville Special TJ'sMike Lucky Boy MissTarrimy Wil Sites Daisv Do Roht Oi s Miss Dakota Putnam 3-7-9 6-1 THIRD.S4.000.Cond. Pee. Baba Wawa Irvine Jr 96-9 20-1 Tg s Director Curtin 36-3 6-1 Bacon HM Mike Binkiey 8-2-4 15-1 L Dees Lenny Barnes 3-7-2 3-1 Armbro Tanner Putnam 8-3-9 10-1 Crazy Stacy Macomberjr &6-2 15-1 Praine Beau Cullipher 4-7-9 201 Lucky Luciano Binkiey 2-2-X 4-1 Bolero Perego Luther 9-1-6 8-1 ErvsGuy Cross 1-5-2 95 FOURTH,$4,000,Cond. Trt. Air Touched Lewis 2-7-5 4-1 B J Stariett Bewitching Karen OleErma Daddy Bg Bucks Just Bet Max Hdd Till Friday Gomthruthisagain Dever 7-4-3 15-1 Eash 4-1-8 2-1 AvenaltiJr 2-36 15-1 Cross 7-5-9 15-1 Allen 94-2 6-1 Cooper 7-3-4 8-1 Brumbaugh 46-2 101 Curtin 2-95 3-1 sierra Diamond Clatter Hanover Beckksy 2-X-X 12-1 FIFTH.$5.000.Cond. Pee. Hard Water Putnam 6-2- 10-1 I See Spots Cooper 2-1-4 15-1 Samoo . Harper 4-1-3 7-2 Command Code Irvine Jr 1-2-1 3-1 Hard Rocket Cafe Allen 36-2 9-2 Fortunato Curtin 8-14 12-1 Scootin Tootinstar Macomber Jr 4-5 20-1 MyManus HaynesJr 4-2-1 8-1 Cc Top Mar Carter 1-3-1 2-1 SIXTH,S4,000,Cond. Pee. Panostats Macomberjr 76-4 8-1 Chartiebegood Binkiey 5-96 15-1 Joe Bowler Putnam 33 15-1 Oyster Shooter Curtin 36-5 3-1 Baleys N Cream Mattingly 7-3 12-1 Showtime Klyde HaynesJr 6-36 10-1 Knight Falcon Binkiey 36-2 6-1 Ronson Russell 66-1 12-1 Ekaris Hometown Irvine Jr 35-7 7-2 Top Shell Ccns3-106 4-1 SEVENTH,S6,000,Cond. Pee. Buck Run Buck ConradB-106 15-1 Brooklets Carson Allen 2-2-9 4-1 Letter of Marque Barnes 5-5-3 8-1 A Girt Named John Beanblossom 8-5-2 15-1 Dead-Eye Viking Stonier 8-5-7 12-1 im us bio Sammy Jet HaWghs Dawn Here Comes Elvis Irvine Jr 6-7-7 3-1 Holtenback 6-2-7 10-1 Cullipher 9-36 7-2 Cross 34-5 6-1 Curtin 11 -86 8-1 Peles Shock Proof EIGHTH.$5.000.Cond. Pee. Fluster HaynesJr 5-2-5 12-1 Umpbob Curtin 2-2-2 6-1 Kiwi Seelster N Irvine Jr 74-2 10-1 Sky Classic Cooper 1-5-3 31 The Maestro Nisonger 3-54 12-1 Keep Mum Evers 2-1-3 7-2 Wiz White Harper 8-36 15-1 Whitewater Cam Macomberjr 54-2 8-1 Gene Carter Anderson 2-1-2 4-1 NINTH,$12,000,Cond. Trt. River City Son Stidham 1-8-1 15-1 Noblettes Finale Dever 3-5-3 8-1 Goodbye Modell Pkxiano 2-24 6-1 Redhol Fillypepper Mc llmurray 4-3-1 10-1 Italian Crown Wilson 2-1-3 8-1 I'mDamGoog Anderson 2-1-5 3-1 Claude's Lastlady Irvine Jr 2-1-9 4-1 Lassie's Goal OMara 1-2-2 7-2 TENTH,$3,000.Clmna Pee. Hesperus Hanover Luther 5-36 4-1 Incredible V O Eash 64- 8-1 Fifth Affair Jate's Big Dog Light Switch Adios Springfield Greg's Hoot Renegade Viking Crankshaft Rambo Robbv Cullipher 8-7-5 15-1 Barnes 2-74 10-1 Shultz 56-7 6-1 Coblentz 3-97 15-1 Deaton 3-34 8-1 Cullipher 7-24 3-1 Picaano 2-56 7-2 Dillander 644 10-1 ELEVENTH,S5,000,Cond. Pee. unry inedest Anderson 7-2-2 Battlin Sis Curtin 3-3-1 CasHeton Gal Icey Street Lincoln Room N'vinbble Lucky Raider Cross 8-1 0-3 HaynesJr 9-3-3 Nickeils 8-33 Adam 6-5-3 Wrobbel 4-2-2 KEENELAND WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS 1 10 Domain (S.Sellers) $8.00 5.20 2.80; 8 Here Comes Chelsie (J.Bailey) $5.60 3.00; 5 Betroth (C.Perret) $2.40. Exacta (106) $57.00. Trtfecta (106-5) $161.20. 2 3 Gold Mover J.Bailey) $6.40 3.80 3.20; 2 Lazer Storm (M.St. Julran) $3.40 3.20; 6 Western Justice (W.Martinez) $6.60. Daily Double (10-3) $33.60. Exacta (3-2) $19.60. Trifecta (3-26) $317.00. 3 5 Storm's Path (P.Day) $9.20 3.80 3.20; 3 Canfield (M.Sn) $3.00 2.60; 8 Showmewhatsdue (RJohnson) $6.00. Scratched Lesson in Leavin', Fratman. Pick-3 (10-3-5) 3 Correct $121.60. Trifecta (5-36) $296.60. Exacta (5-3) $30.40. 4 6 Ministorm (J.Bailey) $6.60 3.80 3.00; 9 Queen Livia (R MigJiore) $4.00 3.40; 4 Princess T (PDay) $4.60. Pick-3 (3-5-6) 3 Correct $97.20. Trrtecta (6-94) $171.80. Exacta (6-9) $22.20. a-Coupled. 5 1 Croupier (W.Martinez) $5.60 360 2.40; 2 Enquiry Woman (R.AIbarado) $7,40 340; 4 Hummingbird Red (M.St. Julien) $2.80. Pick-3 (6-6-1) 3 Correct $10150. Superfecta (1-24-3) $770 20. Trifecta (1-24) '$86.60. Exacta (1-2) $33.60. 6 3 With Flair (M.St. Julien) $4.60 2.80 2.40; 2 Blarin Speed (R AIbarado) $450 3.20; 7 Twosassyforme (JJohnston) $4.40. Scratched Affirmed Judgement. Pick-3 (6-1-35) 3 Correct $43.40. Trifecta (3-2-7) $218.80. Exacta (32) $17.40. 7 1 Grand Hope (RDay) $6.20 2.60 2.20; 7 Crucible (R AIbarado) $2.40 2.20; 2 He Be Irish (M.St. Julien) $2.80. Scratched Lead Em Home. Pick-3 (1-36-1) 3 Correct $37.80. Trifecta (1-7-2) $43.00. Exacta (1-7) $11.00. 8 Elkhom Stakes 7 Drama Critic (J.Bailey) $10.00 5.00 4.20; 3 Craigsteel J.Santos) $4.80 4.00: 1 Dixie's Crown (M.Smith) $4.40. Pick-6 (56-1-35-1-7) 6 Correct $3,886.70, 5 Correct $27.90. Pick-3 (35-1-7) 3 Correct $99.40. Trifecta (7-3-1) $237.20. Exacta (7-3) $61.40. 9 3 Ekundu (S.Sellers) $5.40 3.20 2.80; 5 Bocelli (RAIbarado) $4 00 3 80; 8 Dakota Prospect (C Hoverson) $10.00. Pick-3 (1-7-3) 3 Correct $123.40. Exacta (3-5) $20.40. Superfecta (3-56-10) $2,848.80. Trifecta (3-56) $669.60. Daily Double (7-3) $34.60. Attendance 10,505. $4,486,334. $5,676,624. Handle $1,190,290. Total Handle $11,353,248. . SPORTSMAN'S PARK WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS 1 6 Daz Her (E.Perez) $7.20 3 80 3.20; 7 Wrlchie Woman (A.Juarez, Jr.) $6.20 4.40; 4 Melis Metis (J.Campbell) $3.80. Exacta (6-7) $57.80. Trifecta (6-74) $349.20. 2 3 Playboy Alter Dark (L.Meche) $12.80 6.00 3.80; 4 Demond At Large (J.La Sak) $3.80 2.80; 8 Under Blue (RSibille) $2.60. Scratched Dakotah, Boyzboyzboyz. Daily Double (6-3) $57.20. Exacta (34) $52.40 Superfecta (348-5) $2209.60. Trifecta (34-8) $154.40. 3 1 Our Man Santa (FArguelk), Jr.) $19.20 8.40 6.80: 5 Crafty Egyptian (C.Silva $8.60 7.60; 7 vote of Honesty (C.Emigh) $6.60. Exacta (1-5) $131.40. Trifecta (1-5-7) $786.40. 4 3 Polish Penny (R Sibille) $1 1 .40 5.00 2.40; 6 Devil's Affair (M Guidry) $3.20 2.10; 1 Madam Moyra (T.Molina) $2 20. Exacta (3-8) $31 20. Trifecta (31) $72.20. 5 1 Breecty Mkiey (A Juarez, Jr.) $6.60 4.00 2.80; 3 Shamtrak (LMartinez) $12.60 4.80; 5 Herscher (C.Silva) $2.60. Scratched Star Befever, Summernight Secret. Exacta (1-3) $28.20. Trifecta (1-3-5) $78.20. 6 1 a-Gok) Zenith (L.Sterling, Jr.) $6.60 5.50 4.00; 1 a-Wild About U (J.Campbell) $6.60 5.60 4.00; 2 Fire and Icy (MGuidry) $4.60. Scratched Sassy Acres. Pick-3 (3-1-1) 3 Correct $210.80. Trifecta (1-2-3) $82.20. Exacta (1-2 $31.20. a-Coupled. 7 2 All That's True (LMeche) $27 80 15.00 7.40; 7 Chastity (E.Perez) $30.80 5.60; 3 Mon Baiser (G.Macias) $2.80. Pick-3 (1-1-2) 3 Correct $186.40. Trrtecta (2-7-3) $1,002.40. Exacta (2-7) $420 60. 8 4 Ed s Shorty (E.Perez) $7 00 4.60 3.80; 7 Brother Bob (M.Guidry) $6.80 5.60; 2 Dads Tester (A.Juarez, Jr.) $11.80. Pck6 (1-3-1-16-24) 4 Correct $106.40. Pick 3 (1-24) 3 Correct $310.80. Superfecta (4-7-2-9) $3,387.40. Trifecta (4-7-2) $1,063.00. Exacta (4-7) $60.80. 9 1 So Distant (A. Juarez. Jr.) $10.20 4.80 300; 7 Spy On Me (G.Macias) $6.60 4.00; 2 Sarah Cabrini (S.Miller) $3.00. do-Wastin' Daylight IS), dh Take a Tket, Wastin' Daylight (6). Pick-3 (24-1) 3 Correct $984.80. Exacta (1-7) $54.00. Trifecta (1-7-2) $185.00. Daily Double (4-1) $50.00. Attendance unavailable. Track Handle unavailable. AUTO RACING SPEEDROME USAC MIDGETS Heat race winners Norm bung, Joe Justice. Feature 1. David Fuhrman, 2. Daryl Campbell, 3. Brad Kuhn, 4. Matt Lux, 5. Joe Justice, 6. Bobby Smith, 7. Chariks Bush-or, 8. Milch Humphries, 9. Geoff McGill, 10. Andy Anderson. BABY GRANDS Heat race winners Kent Baledge, Chad Ramsey. Feature 1. Kent Baledge, 2. Chad Ramsey, 3. Don Napier, 4. Evan Jackson, 5. Jon Byrd II, 6. Donnie Adams, 7. Matt Goodnight, 8. Donnie Stroub, 9. Matt Maner, 10. Jason Atkinson. KENYON CARS Heat race winners Ron Gregory, Bobby East, Feature 1. Ron Gregory, 2. Billy Wease. 3. Scott Thoman, 4. Ted Beach, 5. Justin Allgaier, 6. Bobby East, 7. Shawn Stout, 8. Mike Nigh, 9. Charlie Bushor, 10. Andy O'Gara. Home dates in bold ' if necessary HOCKEY NHL PLAYOFFS New Jersey at Toronto, ESPN2, 6 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, ESPN, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Colorado, ESPN2, 9 p.m. CHL PLAYOFFS Ice at Columbus, WKLU-101.9 FM, 7:35 p.m. 1518: Indiana State update GOLF 1613: Pro golf update HOCKEY 1513: Ice update 1603: NHL update HORSE RACING 1522: Hoosier Park SOCCER 1514: Blaze, Blast updates TENNIS 1611: Pro tennis update A-LEAGUE SOCCER Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA San Diego 3 1 0 13 7 4 Orange County 3 2 5 13 6 4 El Paso 10 15 4 2 Bay Area 1 0 0 4 0 0 Seattle 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vancouver 0 0 0 0 0 0 Central Division W L T Pts GF GA U.S. Pro 40 1 2 0 4 3 7 Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 Milwaukee ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Minnesota 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee 0 0 0 0 0 0 BLAST 0 2 0 0 0 2 Northeast Division W L T Pts GF GA Long Island 1 0 0 4 2 1 Connecticut 0 0 0 0 0 0 Montreal 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rochester 0 0 0 0 0 0 Toronto - 0 0 0 0 0 0 Boston 0 3 0 0 3 6 Atlantic Division W L T Pts GF GA Charleston 2 0 0 8 3 0 Hampton 1 0 0 4 2 0 Hershey 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 Raleigh 0 0 0 0 0 0 Richmond 0 1 0 0 0 2 Atlanta 0 2 0 0 0 3 Wednesday's Result Long island 2, Boston 1 Friday's Game Connecticut at Richmond Saturday's Games BLAST at Tennessee, 7:30 p.m. '.- Ckjnnectait at Hampton Roads Raleigh at Atlanta Toronto at Pittsburgh Orange County at El Paso OLYMPIC SOCCER MEN 2000 QUALIFYING TOURNEY FINAL ROUND At Hershey, Pa. (Top Two Teams Quality) GROUP D W L T GF GA Pts x-Untted States 10 13 0 4 x-Honduras 1 1 0 2 3 3 Canada 0 110 2 1 x-advances to semifinals April 21 United States 3, Honduras 0 April 23 Honduras 2, Canada 0 Tuesday's Result United States 0, Canada 0, tie GROUP E W L T GF GA Pts x-Mexk 10 14 1 4 x-Guatemala 10 13 2 4 Panama 0 2 0 1 5 0 x-advances to semifinals April 21 Guatemala 2, Panama 1 April 23 Mexico 1, Guatemala 1 Tuesday's Result Mexico 3, Panama 0 SEMIFINALS Friday Mexico vs. Honduras, 4:30 pm United States vs. Guatemala, 7 p.m. THIRD PLACE Sunday Semifinal losers CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday Semifinal winners MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER Eastern Division W L T Pts GF GA NY-NJ 2 4 0 6 6 12 Miami '1 2 3 6 4 5 New England 1 2 3 6 7 8 D.C 1 4 0 3 8 14 Central Division W L T Pts GF GA Tampa Bay 4 3 0 12 14 6 Dallas 3 3 0 9 8 11 Chicago 2 3 1 7 11 12 Columbus 2 3 1 7 8 13 Western Division W L T Pts GF GA Kansas City 6 0 1 16 12 4 Los Angeles 4 0 2 14 14 6 Colorado 3 3 0 . 9 8 11 San Jose 2 3 1 7 8 8 NOTE: Three points for a win and one point for a tie. Wednesday's Result Tampa Bay 4, San Jose 0 Today's Games No games scheduted Friday's Games Tampa Bay at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. PRO TENNIS ATP OPEN SEAT GODO At Barcelona, Spain Men's Singles, Second Round Nicolas Lapentt (3), Ecuador, d. Felix Mantilla, Spain, 6-3, 60; Tommy Haas (9), Germany, d. Juan Antonio Marin, Costa Rica, 6- 3, 7-5; Greg Rusedski (7), Britain, d. Karim Alami, Morocco, 6-3, 3-6, 62; Juan Carios Ferrero, Spain, d. Fernando Vicente, Spain, 7- 6 (3), 6-2; Andreas Vinciguerra, Sweden, d. Salvador Navarro, Spain, 64, 7-6 (6); DomWk Hrbaly (13), Slovakia, d. Alberto Berasategui, Spain, 7-5, 7-5; Magnus Norman (2), Sweden, d. Rainer Schurter, Germany 7-6 (6), 6-3; Gaston Gaudio, Argentina, d. Alex Corretja (6), Spain 06, 6-3, 6-3; Richard Krajicek, Netherlands d. Fernando Meligeni (16), Brazil, 7-5, 6-1; Marc Rosset, Switzerland, d. Hicham Arazi (15), Morocco, 4-6, 64, 64; Carlos Moya, Spain, d, Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1), Russia, 6-2, 7-6 (4); Younes El Aynaoul (8), Morocco, d. Francisco Clavet, Spain, 7-5, 7-6 (6); Fabrics Santoro, France, d. German Puentes, Spain, 6-2, 64; Sergi Bruguera, Spain deg. Sargis Sargsian, Armenia, 6-3, 6-3. 8 basketball players face discipline ! 1 Providence College plans to punish eight basketball j players involved in a fight that led to criminal assault J charges against four players. ,,,- The school, citing confidentiality rules, did not re-" lease names. The Providence Journal Wednesday reported that all are basketball players. "' A school disciplinary committee on Tuesday found , ,' the students in violation of college standards of con-' j duct. The students could face punishments ranging .' from being banned from varsity sports to being sus-; J pended for a year. ' The basketball players charged with assault are guard Donta Wade, 21, forward-centers Llewellyn"' Cole, 24, and David Murray, 22, and guard Ja- " maal Camah, 21. They have all pleaded innocent, The fight occurred this month at an off-campus ,; ' apartment. v Charlie Woollum retired Wednesday after six seasons as William & Mary's basketball coach. " X Donnie Marsh, 44, an assistant basketball ' r' " coach at Virginia Tech the past three years, took over Florida International's program Wednesday. HOCKEY ;IJ Neilson apologizes for remarks 3 Philadelphia coach Roger Neilson apologized on ' Wednesday for criticizing the Flyers' management "b when he told a Toronto radio station that the team ' ' " didn't want a cancer patient who is a friend of Eric Lindros behind the bench right now. ' ' Neilson said Tuesday's remarks were made in jest ' ; and he didn't intend it to become a distraction for the1' Flyers, who open their playoff series against the Pittjff burgh Penguins today. ' 5 Neilson, who is recovering from a stem-cell transplant for bone marrow cancer, met with team officials" this week. After consulting with his doctor, the team decided to keep interim coach Craig Ramsay behind" the bench and have Neilson assist the team. ' " The New York Islanders got their fourth set of owners in the past six seasons when two computer executives and hockey novices bought the team u from New York Sports Ventures for an estimated $190 million. Charles Wang is president and chief executive officer of Computer Associates, one of Long Island's big-" gest firms. His partner in the sale is Sanjay Kumar, the chief operating officer of the company. Nassau ' v County Executive Thomas Gulotta said he and Wang discussed plans for a new arena to replace NaS-' sau Coliseum. TENNIS K Top seed Kafelnikov falters Top-seeded Yevgeny Kafelnikov of Russia flew in just four hours before his opening match Wednesday at the Barcelona Open in Spain and was eliminated by Carlos Moya 6-2, 7-6 (4). Kafelnikov, second in the' world rankings, lost 11 of the first 15 games of the ! clay-court match, falling behind 5-1 in the second set; before recovering to force the tiebreaker. m Moya reached the third round, as did two-time r; French Open champion Sergi Bruguera, Nicolas.. .:! Lapentti and Gaston Gaudio. " Fifth-seeded Cedric Pioline pulled a back muscle-: in practice Monday and had to withdraw. BOXING ,' Tyson-Savarese bout rescheduled f; The Mike Tyson-Lou Savarese fight will be June 24, more than a month later than originally sched-1 ; uled. A site for the bout is still to be determined, Ty-son spokesman Peter Seligman said Wednesday. Tyson was initially to have fought Savarese on May , 20 in Milan, Italy. );,h A source close to the negotiations, speaking on cons dition of anonymity, said the fight could still be held in Milan. Glasgow, Scotland, is also being considered. ;,v No official reason was given for the postponement, but Tyson reportedly needed more time to prepare. The former heavyweight champion last fought Jan. 29 when he stopped Julius Francis in the second round at Manchester, England. FOOTBALL Player's wife shot him 'accidentally' ,t - Auburn tight end Lorenzo Diamond, hospitalized, in fair condition after being shot in the abdomen, told police Wednesday he was accidentally shot by his wife. Diamond, 20, a sophomore from Biloxi, Miss., underwent surgery at East Alabama Medical Center in Opelika. ' Police said the pistol was recovered from the trunk of the Diamonds' car and that Diamond has declined.; to pursue any charges against his wife, Delphine. . . Kyle Orton, a junior quarterback from Altoona, , Iowa, has announced his plans to sign with Purdue in February 2001. Orton threw for 1,100 yards and 13 touchdowns at Southeast Polk High School last yeari "His first love all along was Purdue," said his father, Bryon Orton. "He feels, and I concur, that Purdue's style of offense fits his skills best." Orton is the second junior to announce his plans to sign with Purdue The other is Peru (Ind.) running 1 back Brandon Jones. CYCLING Indy's Hartwell wins Olympics trial race Erin Hartwell of Indianapolis won the men's individual pursuit in the U.S. Olympic track trials Wednesday night in Frisco, Texas. Hartwell's time of 4 minutes, 38.002 seconds was almost 10 seconds faster than runner-up Michael Tillman. Z TRACK AND FIELD Defending decathlon champ trails Kip Janvrin, seeking his sixth consecutive decathlon title at the Drake Relays, was third after the first ', day. Indianapolis' Kamau Sullivan, who trained under Janvrin for two years in Warrensburg, Mo., took ' the lead Wednesday with a career-best 4,006 points. -Jeff Sander, who trains under Janvrin now, was second with 3,909. Janvrin had 3,78. v, SPORTS ON THE AIR WTTV-4, WEDJ-107.1 FM, WIBC-1070 AM, 7 p.m. Sacramento at LA. Lakers, TNT, 9:30 p.m. FOOTBALL ARENA Orlando at Carolina, TNN, 7 p.m. GOLF PGA, Houston Open, Fox Sports Net, 3 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA 1508: Pacers update 1604: NBAWNBA update FOOTBALL NFL 1506: Colts update COLLEGE MEN 1504: Indiana update 1505: Purdue update 1507: Notre Dame update 1516: Ball State update 1517: Butler update NHL PLAYOFFS SEMIFINALS (Best of 7; x-tf necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA vs. PITTSBURGH Today: at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Saturday: at Philadelphia, 2 p.m. Tuesday: at PJtsburah. 6 om. Thursday, May 4: at Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m. x-Sun., May 7: t Philadelphia, 11 am. x-Tuesday, May 9: at Pittsburgh, 6 n. x-Thur., May 11: at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. x p.m. TORONTO vs. NEW JERSEY Today: at Toronto, 6 p.m. Saturday: at Toronto, 6 p.m. Monday: at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Wed., May 3: at New Jersey. 6 p.m. x-Saturday, May 6: at Toronto, 6:30 n. x-Monday, May 8: at New Jersey, 6 p.m. x p.m. x-Wed May 10: at Toronto, 6 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE DALLAS vs. SAN JOSE Friday: at Dallas, 6 p.m. Sunday: at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday: at San Jose, 9 p.m. Friday, May 5: at San Jose, 8:30 p.m. . x-Sunday, May 7: at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 9: at San Jose, 9 p.m. x-Thursday, May 11: at Dallas, 7 p.m. COLORADO vs. DETROIT Today: at Colorado, 9 p.m. Saturday: at Colorado. 2 p.m. Monday: at Detroit, 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 3: at Detroit, 6 p.m. x-Friday, May 5: at Colorado, 7 p.m. x-Sunday, May 7: at Detroit, 11 a.m. x-Tuesday, May 9: at Colorado, 7 p.m. H.S. PAIRINGS BASEBALL CITY TOURNAMENT Monday Broad Ripple vs. Ritter at Mozzell Sanders Park, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday Northwest at Arlington, 4:30 p.m. May 5 Ritter-Broad Ripple winner at Scedna, 4:30 p.m. Cathedral at Manual, 4:30 p.m. Tech at Arlington-Northwest winner, 4:30 p.m. Heritage Christian at Bishop Chatard, 4:30 p.m. May 6 Ritter-Broad Rippte-Scecina winner vs. Cathedral-Manual winner at Manual, 2 p.m. Tech-Arlington-Northwest winner vs. Heritage Christian-Chatard winner at Chatard, 2 p.m. May 12 At Victory Field Championship game, time TBA MARION COUNTY TOURNAMENT MayS Perry Meridian at Speedway, 4:30 p.m. Roncalli at Decatur Central, 4:30 p.m. Franklin Central at Lutheran, 4:30 p.m. Beech Grove at Pike, 4:30 p.m. Lawrence North at North Central, 4:30 p.m. Warren Central at Park Tudor, 4:30 p.m. Lawrence Central at Southport, 4:30 p.m. Brebeuf Jesuit at Ben Davis, 4:30 p.m. May 6 At Pike Perry Meridian-Speedway winner vs. Ron-calli-Decatur Central winner, 10 a.m. Roncal-Decatur Central winner vs. Franklin Central-Lutheran winner, 11:30 am. Morning winners, 3 p.m. At Holder Field Lawrence North-North Central winner vs. Warren Central-Park Tudor winner, 10 am Lawrence Central-Southport winner vs, Brebeuf-Ben Davis winner, 11:30 a.m. Morning winners. 3 p.m. May 12 At Victory Field Championship game, 6 p.m. SOFTBALL CITY TOURNAMENT Saturday At Metro Stadium Field 1: Ritter vs. Broad Ripple, 10 a.m.; Heritage Christian vs. Scedna, noon; Bishop Chatard vs. Northwest, 2 p.m. Field 2: Manual vs. Cathedral, 10 am.; Tech vs. Arlington, noon; Manual-Cathedral winner vs. Tech-Arlington winner, 2 p.m. May 6 At Metro Stadium Heritage Christian-Scecina winner vs. Chatard-Northwest winner, 1:30 p.m.; RMer-Broad Ripple winner vs. Tech-Arlington Manual-Cathedral winner, 1:30 p.m.; Championship game. 4:30 p.m. MARION COUNTY TOURNAMENT May 5 Lutheran at Franklin Central, 4:30 p.m. North Central at Pike, 4:30 p.m. Ben Davis at Speedway, 4:30 p.m. Brebeuf Jesuit at Lawrence North, 4:30 p.m. Warren Central at Perry Meridian, 4:30 p.m. Southport at Lawrence Central, 4:30 p.m, Beech Grove at Roncalli, 4:30 p.m. Park Tudor at Decatur Central, 4:30 p.m. MayS At Pike Lutheran-Franklin Central winner vs. North Central-Pike winner, 10 am Ben Davis-Speedway winner vs. Brebeuf-Lawrence North winner, 11:15 a.m. At Holder Field Warren Central-Perry Meridian winner vs. Southporl-Lawrence Central winner, 10 am Beech Grove-RoncaJli winner vs. Park Tudor-Decatur Central winner, 11:15 a m. May 13 At Pike Pike quarterfinal winners, 10 a.m. Holder Field quarterfinal winners, 11:15 am V Championship game, 3 p.m . GENERAL 11515: Point spreads 1627: Behind the scenes 1628: Transactions - AUTO RACING 1512: IRL update 1515: NASCAR update 1519: CART update 348: Speedrome 4771: Indianapolis Raceway Part BASEBALL 1541: Indians highlights 1601: Major league update LATEST LINE NATIONAL LEAGUE Favorite Odds Underdog ATLANTA 6-7 Los Angeles NYMETS 6-7 Cincinnati ST. LOUIS 7IW Milwaukee San Diego Everv6..PITTSBURGH Arizona 6-7 PHILADELPHIA HOUSTON 6-9 Chicago Cuba ! AMERICAN LEAGUE CHI WHITE SOX 5JS-6V! Baltimore ANAHEIM Detroit NBA Favorite Odds Underdog FIRST ROUND PLAYOFFS PACERS 7 Milwaukee LA LAKERS 10 Sacramento Friday PHILADELPHIA 414. Charlotte TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES, INC. TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Claimed INF Mart Lewis off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds. Designated RHP Tim Worrell for assignment. NEW YORK YANKEES Activated LHP Andy Pettitte from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned LHP Ed Yamall to Columbus of the International League. TEXAS RANGERS Placed LHP Mike Munoz on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled LHP Doug Davis from Oklahoma of the Pacific Coast League. National League CINCINNATI REDS-Recalled RHP Elmer Dessens from Louisville of the International League. Minor League Baseball MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-Named Scott Kravchuk assistant In special operations.' International League CHARLOTTE KNIGHTS Announced OF McKay Christensen was optioned to the dub by the Chicago White Sox. ROCHESTER RED WINGS-Optioned OF Luis Matos to Bowie of the Eastern League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA Fined Seattle SuperSonics G Gary, Payton $10,000 for failing to make himself .available to reporters, and Seattle $25,000 for failing to make their players comply with league media rules. CLEVELAND CAVAUERS-Announced the resignatton of Gary Briggs, trainer. NEW JERSEY NETS-Fired Don Casey, coach. FOOTBALL National Football League CINCINNATI BENGALS-Announced the retirement of LB Tom Tumulty. DETROIT LIONS-fle-signed S Corwin Brown, S Ryan Stewart and LB Scott Ko- GREEN BAY PACKERS Sjned K-P Travis Brawner. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS-Named Rk Mueller director of player personnel. Traded LB Chris Bordano to the Dallas Cowboys for CB Kevin Mathis. NEW YORK JETS-Signed G Kerry Jenkins. FB Jerak) Sowetl, G Semisi Heimult, T Jeff Pilon, C Keith Short and LB Dax Stroh-meyer. - TENNESSEE TITANS-Released LB Barron Wortham. ; HOCKEY National Hockey League ! OTTAWA SENATORS Asskjned D John Gruden and F Kevin Miller and Petr Schastli-yy to Grand Rapids of the IHL PHOENIX COYOTES-Announced the resignation of Dave Farhsh, Springfield Falcons (AHL) coach. Announced the contract of flori Wilson, Springfield assistant coach, will not be renewed COLLEGE '..BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES-Named John Swofford coordinator of the Bowl Championship Series for 2000. i EASTERN NEW MEXICO-Named Shawn Scanlan men's basketball coach. .. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL Named Donnie Marsh men's basketball coach. FRANCIS MARION-Amounced the retirement of Gerald Griffin, athletic'director and baseball coach, effective June 30. Named 'Murray Hartzler interim athletic director. NORTH TEXAS-Named Jeff Ray men's Associate basketball coach. .... ST PETER'S-Named Erin Fitzgerald women's soccer coach. TEXAS Announced freshman QB Adam Hall will transfer. TEXAS A&M-Named Buddy Wyatt defensive line coach. WILLIAM & MARY Announced the re-Iremenl of Charlie Worjllum, men's basketball 'coach. PRO BOWLING : - PWBA BOWL FOR BLINDNESS CLASSIC - At Mesa, Ariz. T ' Third round 'p t Anne Marie Dugoan, Edmond, Okla., 4-2, 5,421. 2. Michelle Feldman, Skaneatetes, N Y, '2-4, 5,402. 3. Kim Terrell, Oakland, 4-2, 5,313. 4. Leame Barrette, Pteasanton, Calif., "4-2, 5,301. 5. Maxine Nable, Australia, 4-2, -5,282. , 6, Debbie McMullen, Denver, 5-1, 5,261.- 7. Dana Miller-Mackie, Albuquerque, N.M., 4-2, 5,253. 6. Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev 3-3, 5,243. (tie) Jennifer Swan-m, Shelton, Conn., 4-2, 5,243. 10. Tennelle Grijalva, Orange, Calif., 3-3, 5,236. 11. Carolyn Dortn-Ballard, N. Richland Hife, Texas, 3-3, 5,233. 12. Lisa Bishop, Belleville, Mich, 4-2, 5,217. 13. Marianne DiRupo, Succasunna, NJ., 4-2, 5,131, 14. Jeanne Naccarato, Taco-"ma. Wash., 3-3, 5,129. 15. Cheryl Danels, W. Bloomteld, Mich., 2-4, 5,118. 16. Tiffany Stan-' brough, Oklahoma City, 3-3, 5,116. 17. Carol Gianotti-Block, Australia, 1-5, 5,110. 18. Aleta Sill Dearborn, Mich., 24, 6,077. 19. Lisa Wagnerf Bradenton, Fla 24, 5,068. 20. Tish -(Johnson, Northridge, Calif., 3-3, 5,065. 21. Dads Davidson, Las Vegas, 33, 5,063. 22. Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla., 24, 5,016. 23. Laura McMrty Daytona Beach, Fla., 24( 4,992. 24. Karen Stroud, Victoria, Texas, 1-5ii,957. i

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