Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 18, 1998 · Page 13
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tHE URIAH DAILY JOURNAL Snorts WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18,1998 — 13 DAY IN SPORTS NBA National Basketball Association At A Glance AH Time* PST By Ttw Ataoclated Pratt EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic DMtlon • W Miami 45 NewYorV , 36 New Jersey 34 Washington 34 Orlando 33 Boston 29 Philadelphia 24 Central Division Chicago 49 Indiana 45 Charlotte 41 Atlanta 39 Cleveland 35 Detroit 30 Milwaukee 29 Toronto 14 WESTERN CONFERENCE MIBweat Division W x-Utah 48 it-San Antonio 44 Houston 34 Minnesota 33 Vancouver 15 Dallas 15 Denver 8 pacific Division x-Sealtle 49 X-I.A. Lakers 45 x-Phoenlx 44 Portland 36 Sacramento 26 LACtlppers 15 Golden State 14 L Pet QB 21 .662 — 29 .554 81/2 32 .515 11 32 .515 11 32 .506 11 1/2 36 .446151/2 40 .375 20 17 .742 20 .692 31/2 24 .631 71/2 25 .609 8 30 .536 13 1/2 35 .462 16 1/2 36 .446 19 1/2 50 .219 34 L 16 21 31 32 49 51 59 15 19 21 28 41 50 51 x-ollnched playoff berth. Monday's Games Detroit 103, Miami 90 Charlotte 109, Denver 87 Utah 102, Minnesota 96 Chicago 86, New Jersey 72 San Antonio 96, Milwaukee 85 Seattle 101, LA. Lakers 89 Tuesday's Games Denver 90, Washington 69 Atlanta 117, Toronto 105 New York 100, Philadelphia 96 Orlando 99, Vancouver 92 Chicago 90, Indiana 84 Dallas 99, Boston 93 Houston 96, Milwaukee 91 Phoenix 107, Sacramento 80 Cleveland 96, Portland 82 LA. Clippers 107, Golden Slate 102 Wednesday's Games Vancouver al Miami, 4:30 p.m. Philadelphia at DetroM:30p.m. Utah at Charlotte, 5 p.m. Sin Antonio at Minnesota, 5 p.m. LA. Clippers at Seattle, 7 p.m. Phoenix at LA. Lakers, 7:30 p.m. Thursday's Games Indiana at Washington, 4 p.m. Denver at Toronto, 4 p.m. Portland at New York, 4:30 p.m. Opando at New Jersey, 4:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. Golden State at Dallas. 5:30 p.m. Batten at Houston. 5:30 p.m. Cleveland at Sacramento, 7:30 p.m. NCAA Pet GB .750 — .677 41/2 .523 14 1/2 .508 15 1/2 .234 33 .227 34 .11941 1/2 .766 — .703 4 .677 51/2 .563 13 .368 24 1/2 .231 34 1/2 .215351/2 NCAA Basketball Tournament ^Al A Glance ,By»The Associated Prate lAlkTImet PST EAST REGIONAL 'Flrlt Round Thursday, March 12 lAtiThe Hartford Civic Center •Hartford, Conn. 'North Carolina 88, Navy 52 •North Carolina Charlotte 77, Illinois-Chicago 62 'P rlrtceton 69, UNLV 57 Michigan Slate 83, Eastern Michigan 71 At The MCI Center Washington Washington 69, Xavier 68 Richmond 62. South Carolina 61 If' ..,' '-'. • ' Indiana 94, Oklahoma 87, OT Connecticut 93, Falrtelgh Dickinson 85 Second Round Saturday, March 14 At The Hartford Civic Center Hartford, Conn. North Carolina 93, North Carolina Charlotte 83, OT Michigan State 63, Princeton 56 At The MCI Center Washington Washington 81, Richmond 66 Connecticut 78, Indiana 68 At Greensboro Contemn Oreentboro, N.C. Regional SemHIneU Thurtday, March 19 North Carolina (32-3) vt. Michigan State (22-7). 7:38 Connecticut (31-4) vs. Washington (20-9), 6:59 p.m. glonal Championship "—-r, March 21 i winners, 3 p.m. SOUTH REGIONAL First Round Friday, March 13 At Rupp Arena Lexington, Ky. Syracuse 63, lona 61 New Mexico 79, Butler 62 Oklahoma Stale 74, George Washington 59 Duke 99, Radford 63 At The Georgia Dome Atlanta Kentucky 82, South Carolina State 67 Saint Louis 51, Massachusetts 48 Michigan 80, Davidson 61 UCLA 65, Miami 62 Second Round Sunday, March 15 At Rupp Arena Lexington, Ky. Duke 79, Oklahoma State 73 Syracuse 56, New Mexico 46 At The Georgia Dome Atlanta Kentucky 88. Saint Louis 61 UCLA 85, Michigan 82 At Troplcana Field St. Petersburg, Fla. R to) onAi S win fin MS Friday, March 20 Duke (31-3) vs. Syracuse (26-8), 4:39 p.m. . Kentucky (31-4) vs. UCLA (24-8), 6:59 p.m. * Regional Championship Sunday, March 22 Semifinal wtnnera, 2 p.m. MIDWEST REGIONAL Flrat Round Friday, March 13 At The Myriad Oklahoma City Valparaiso 70, Mississippi 69 Florida Slate 96, Texas Christian 87 Rhode Island 97, Murray State 74 Kansas 110, Prairie View 52 At The United Center Chicago Western Michigan 75, Clemson 72 Stanford 67, College of Charleston 57 Purdue 95, Delaware 56 Detroit 66, St. John's 64 Second Round Sunday, March 1$ At The Myriad Oklahoma City Valparaiso 83. Florida State 77 Rhode Island 80, Kansas 75 At The United Center Chicago Stanford 83, Western Mlchloan 65 Purdue 80, Detroit 65 At The Kiel Center St. Louis Regional Semifinals Friday, March 20 Purdue (28-7) vs. Stanford (28-4), 5:05 p.m. Rhode Island (24-8) vs. Valparaiso (23-9), 7:25 p.m. Regional Championship Sunday, March 22 Semifinal winners, 11:40 a.m. WEST REGIONAL First Round Thuredtv, March 1J At Arco Arena Maryland 82, Utah State 68 lltUxMl 64, South Alabama 51 tnmols Slits 82, Tennessee 81. OT Arizona 09. Nteholls State 60 At BSU Pavilion ~ .Idaho jlnla 82, Temple 52 165, Northern Arizona 62 Utah 85, Ban FrtncHco 68 Arkansas 74, Nebraska 65 ••nnrtrt njiaanrt ovcona nauna Saturday, March 14 HI AfCO ATWM *UCf*MMMltOf CAllf• Maryland 67. Illinois 61 Arizona 82, Illinois State 49 At BSU 'Pavilion West Virginia 75, Cincinnati 74 Utah 75. Arkansas 69 At Arrowhead Pond •mea^ataaBaam fCahIM nnvnvjini* WIT* Regional Semtflnatt West Vrrgjnla (24-6) vt. Utah (27-3), 5:05 p.m. Arizona (29-4) vt. Maryland (21-10), 7:25 p.m. I winners, 12:40 p.m. THE FINAL FOUR AtTheAlemodome SM Anlbnto First Nurdi 28 starts at 11:42 a.m. .. East champion vs. West champion South champion vt. Midwest champion NetlonM Championship Monday, March 30 Semifinal winners, 6:18 p.m. NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament At A OUne« ByTheAaaociatedPra** All Tlrmt PST EAST REGIONAL Flrat Round Friday, March 13 Al Norfolk, Va Nebraska 76, New Mexico 59 Old Dominion 92, SI. Francis, Pa. 39 At Raleigh, N.C. Youngslown St. 91, Memphis 80 North Carolina SI. 69, Maine 64 At Tuct'on, Ariz. Virginia 77, Southern Methodist 68 Arizona 75, Santa Clara 63 At Storre, Conn. Connecticut 93, FalrtkjkJ 52 George Washington 74, Georgia 72 SACOfw Round Sunday, March IS At NonoHti VA> Old Dominion 75, Nebraska 60 At nMMQili N.C. North Carolina State 88, Youngstown Stale 61 AtTue*on.Arlz. Arizona 94, Virginia 77 At Storm, Conn. Connecticut 78. George Washington 67 Regional Semifinal* At Dayton, Ohio Saturday, March 21 Old Dominion (29-2) vs. North Carolina State (23-6), 11:30 a.m. Arizona (23-6) vs. Connecticut (33-2), 2 p.m. ffwOlofUn CtMHnpfOnsnlp Monday, March 23 Old Domlnlon-N. Carolina St. winner vs. Arizona- Connecticut winner, 5 p.m. MIDWEST REGIONAL Flrat Round Friday, March 13 At LuDbock, Taxaa Notre Dame 78, Southwest Missouri State 64 Texas Tech 87, Grambling State 75 At Tueealoaea, Ala. UCLA 65, Michigan 58 Alabama 94, North Carolina-Greensboro 46 sajturday, March 14 At Wett Lafayette, Ind. Colorado State 61, Drake 75 Purdue 88, Washington 71 At Rueton, La. Clemson 60, Miami 49 Louisiana Tech 86. Holy Cross 58 Second Round Sunday, March 15 At LubbocK, Taxat Notre Dame 74, Texas Tech 59 Al Tuscatoosa, Ala. Alabama 75, UCLA 74 Monday, March 1« At Watt Lafayette, hid. Purdue 77, Colorado State 63 At Ruston. La. Louisiana Tech 74, Clemson 52 Regional BemHInaf* Attubboek, Sat .Texae r, March 21 9 a.m. a.m. Louisiana Tech (28-3) vt. Alabama (24-9), 9 Notre Dame (22-9) vs. Purdue (22-9), 11:30 Regional Champtonahlp Monday, March 23 Louisiana Tech-Alabama winner vs. Notre Dame- Purdue winner, 4:30 p.m. MIDEAST REGIONAL FlrM Round Friday, March 13 At Chapel Hill, N.C. Florida International 59, Marquette 45 North Carolina 91, Howard 71 Saturday, March 14 At Knonflle, Tenn. Western Kentucky 86, Stephen F. Austin 76 Tennessee 102, Liberty 56 At Am**, Iowa Rutgers 79, Or Iowa State 79, Rutgers 79, Oregon 76 79, Kent 76 p.m. 7:30 p.m. At Champaign, HI. UC Santa Barbara 76, Vanderbllt 71, OT Illinois 82, Wisconsin-Green Bay 58 Second Round Sunday, March 15 At Chapel Hill, N.C. North Carolina 85, Florida International 72 Monday, March 16 At KnoxvRle, Tenn. Tennessee 82, Western Kentucky 62 At Amee, Iowa Rutgers 62, Iowa State 61 At Champaign, ID. Illinois 69, UC Santa Barbara 65 Regional SemMnale AtNeehvUle.Tenn. Saturday, March 21 Tennessee (35-0) vs. Rutgers (22-9), 5 North Carolina (28-6) vs. Illinois (20-9), Regional Chernplonehlp Monday, March 23 North Carolina-Illinois winner vs. Tennessee-Bulgers winner, 6:30 p.m. WEST REGIONAL Fl ret Round Friday, March 13 At Iowa City, Iowa Kansas 72, Tulane 66 Iowa 77, Massachusetts 59 Saturday, March 14 At Stanford, Calif. Arkansas 76, Hawaii 70 Harvard 71, Stanford 67 At Gainesville, Fla. Virginia Tech 75, Wisconsin 64 Florida 65, Montana 64 At Durham, N.C. Louisville 69, Utah 61 Duke 92, Middle Tennessee State 67 Second Round Sunday, March 15 At Iowa City, Iowa Kansas 62, Iowa 58 Monday, March 16 At Stanford, Cam. Arkansas 82, Harvard 64 At Gainesville, Fla. Florida 89. Virginia Tech 57 At Durham, N.C. Duke 69, Louisville 53 Regional Sefntftnala AtOaWandLCalH. Stturdn, MMrcti 21 Florida (23-8) vt. Duke (23-7). 7 p.m. Kansas (23-8) vs. Arkansas (20-10), 9:30 p.m. Regional Champlonahlp Monday, March 23 Semifinal wlnnere Kansas-Arkansas winner vt. Florida-Duke winner, 9 p.m. THE FMAL FOUR At Kemper Arena Kanaaa City, Mo. National Semifinal* Friday, March 27 Mioosst Cn8ffip(oo vs. W0st cnsniplon, TBA East champion vs. Midwest champion. TBA National Ch tvnpfonshlp Sunday, March 29 Semifinal winners, 5:30 p.m. NHL At A Glance AH Time* PST By TtM Ateocleted Prm* EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division New Jersey Philadelphia Washlnolon N.Y. Rangers N.Y. Islanders Florida Tampa Bay W 40 35 30 21 22 18 14 L 17 20 25 29 34 36 43 T 9 10 11 17 9 12 9 Pts 89 80 71 59 S3 48 37 GF 186 193 178 187 167 157 125 GA 131 148 172 187 184 203 212 NofuMeUt Division Pittsburgh Montreal Boston Buffalo Ottawa Carolina W 34 32 29 27 27 26 L 19 25 24 24 29 32 T 14 9 13 15 10 7 Pts 62 73 71 69 64 59 OF 188 193 174 166 156 160 GA 156 167 160 156 164 177 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division Dallas Detroit St. Louis Phoenix Chicago Toronto Pacific Division Colorado Los Angeles Edmonton San Jose Vancouver Anaheim W 40 36 36 26 26 24 W 34 31 26 27 21 20 21 L 16 19 24 29 30 34 L 19 25 32 32 36 34 36 T 10 13 8 12 11 8 T 16 11 10 7 11 13 9 Pts 90 85 BO 64 63 56 Pts 84 73 62 61 53 53 51 QF 201 202 202 181 167 155 QF 203 194 174 163 191 176 158 GA 135 161 161 189 165 188 GA 172 177 192 176 236 205 205 TRANSACTIONS Tueeday _______ ^ __ By MM AcsocwMd PFMM BASEBALL OAI<LAND OTHLETICS-Sold the contract Of OF Ernie Young to the Kansas City Roytla. AJUgntd RHP Dave Tetaheder to their minor leegue camp. TEXAS RANGERS- Assigned RHP Joe* Ouiman to their minor-league camp. AfflZONADIAMONDBACKS- Assigned SS Danny Katten. RHP Jason Boyd. RHP Sen Ford. RHP Bryan Corey. RHP Held Comefut, C Rod Berate*. and C Mark Oebome to their mlnoMeeot* camp. BASKETBALL Monday's Qamee Washington 2, Phoenix 1 Boston 4, Tampa Bay 3, OT Calgary 3, Montreal 3, tie N.YRanger* 5, Ottawa 4 Philadelphia 4, Toronto 1 San Jose 2, Los Angeles 1 Tuesday's Gamea Chicago 5, Buffalo 3 Vancouver 4, Florida 2 Detroit 4, Edmonton 3 Dallas 4, Los Angelas 3 Wedneaday'aOarnea Edmonton at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m. Carolina at Washington, 4 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Ottawa, 4:30 p.m. Montreal at N.Y. Rangers, 4:30 p.m. Anaheim at New Jersey, 4:30 p.m. Vancouver at Tampa Bay, 4:30 p.m. Detroit at Toronto, 4:30 p.m. Dallas at San Jose, 7:30 p.m. Thursday's Gamea Florida at Buffalo, 4 p.m. Toronto at Boston, 4:30 p.m. Anaheim at Philadelphia, 4:30 p.m. Montreal at Chicago, 5:30 p.m. Colorado at Phoenix, 6 p.m. WASHINGTON WIZARDS- Activated P Juwan Howard from th* InhifeXl Ml. FOOTBALL National Football League CAROLINA PANTHERS-Agraed to lermt with WR Dwkjht Stone end OB Shane Matthews on one year GREEN BAY PACKERS— fie 'Signed TE Jeff Thomason to a three-year contract. Signed WR tee DeRamut. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS— Signed C Roman For* to a two-year contract. TENNESSEE OtlERS-Aoreed to lermt with RB Ricky Whittle on a mutttyear contract. HOCKEY National Hockey League CAROLINA HURRICANES— Sent RW Kevin Brown to New Haven of the AHL. DALLAS STARS— Signed D Richard Jackman and assigned him to Mtehfaan of the WL. NEW YORK RANGERS-flecaaed D Eric Calms, D Geoff Smith and C Marc Savard from Hartford of t>e AHL OTTAWA SENATORS-Sent D Radkn Blcanek to Manitoba of the IHL TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS— Traded D Par Gustafsson to the Ottawa Senators for a 1996 eight- round draft ptek. 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