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.02 FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL I Television Today's schedule AUTO RACING 7 p.m. — Work) ol Outlaws Auto Racing. Winged Thunder, TNN, cable 34 BASEBALL 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Chicago . Cubs at Cincinnati, W6N. ^ p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at Houston, WTBS. cable 15. GOLF 2 pjn. — Senior PGA Golf, St. Luke's Classic, ESPN, cable 38. • 3 pjn. — PGA GoH, Byron Nelson Classic, USA. cable 30. HORSE RACING 2:30 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing, Galtorette Handicap and other races TBA. ESPN2. cable 39. ' 4 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing. Black-Eyed Susan Stakes and Havre de Grace, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 6 p.m. — NHL Playoffs. Ottawa at Washington. ESPN, cable 38. TENNIS Noon — Men's tennis, Italian Open. ESPN, cable 38. Hockey NHL playoffs SECOND ROUND (Beat-of-7) Thursday, May 7 Washington 4, Ottawa 2 Dallas 3. Edmonton 1 Friday, May 8 Buffalo 3, Montreal 2 (ot) St. Louis 4, Detroit 2 Saturday, May 9 Washington 6, Ottawa 1 Edmonton 2, Dallas 0 Sunday, May 10 Buffalo 6. Montreal 3 Detroit 6, St. Louis I Monday, May 11 Ottawa 4, Washington 3 " Dallas 1. Edmonton 0(ol) Tuesday, May 12 Buffalo 5, Montreal 4 (2ol) Detroit 3, St Louis 2 (2ot) Wednesday, May 13 Washington 2, Ottawa 0. Washington leads " series 3* I Dallas 3. Edmonton 1, Dallas leads series 3*1 Thursday, May 14 ' Buffalo 3, Montreal 1, Buffalo wins series 4*0 Detroit 5, St. Louis 2, Detroit leads series 3*1 Friday, May 15 ' Ottawa at Washington, 6p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, May 16 : Edmonton at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday, May 17 St. Louis at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Monday, May 18 Washington at Ottawa. 6 p.m. (ESPN2), if nee- 'essary Dallas at Edmonton, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN), if necessary Tuesday, May 19 Detroit at St. Louis, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN), if necessary Wednesday, May 20 1 Ottawa at Washington, 6 p.m., it necessary Edmonton at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN2), if necessary Thursday, May 21 SL Louis at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN), if necessary Basketball SERIES SET The Chicago Bulls will meet the Indiana Pac- rs lor the Eastern Conference title fo< the sec- nd time in lour years. The Pacers knocked the ew York Knicks from the playoffs Wednesday ight with a 99-68 victory and the Bulls advanced with a 93-84 win over Charlotte. Each eries was won in five games. The Los Angeles akers and Utah Jazz moved Into the Western Conference finals with fifth-game victories on uesday. SHUT DOWN The Indiana Pacers held (he New York Knicks without a basket for a six-minute stretch of the ourth quarter Wednesday, night to turn a 73*73 e into an 87-75 lead. By the time Patrick Ewing scored for New York to break the spurt with 1:43 eft, it was too late for Ihe Knicks who lost 99-88 ind were eliminated from the Eastern Confer* ince semifinals in five games. SUPER STARTS Tim Duncan of San Antonio and Keith Van Horn of New Jersey were unanimous choices on NBA All-Rookie team announced Wednes* lay. Duncan and Van Horn, both forwards, were oined on the first team by guard Brevin Knight ind center Zydrunas llgauskas. both ol Cleve* and, and guard Ron Mercer of the Boston Celtics. The second team included Philadel* jhia's Tim Thomas, the Los Angeles Clippers' /aurice Taylor, Denver's Bobby Jackson and Sedric Henderson and Derek Anderson ol Cleveland. SOME DAY Dennis Rodman had 21 rebounds on his 37th birthday as the two-time defending champion Chicago Bulls eliminated the Charlotte Hornets rom the playoffs Wednesday night with a 93*84 victory. SPEAKING "We do not get rattled, we make plays and we do not beat ourselves. That's the way this leam was built." — Indiana guard Mark Jackson after his triple double eliminated New York from the ilayoffs Wednesday night. The Pacers beat the (nicks 99*88 to advance to the Eastern Conference finals. NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 16 LA Lakers at Utah, 2 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, May 17 Indiana at Chicago, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Monday, May 18 LA Lakers at Utah, 7:30 p.m. (TNT) Tuesday, May 19 Indiana at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. (TNT) Friday, May 22 Utah at LA Lakers, 9 p.m. (TNT) Saturday, May 23 Chicago at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, May 24 Utah at LA Lakers, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Monday, May 25 . Chicago at Indiana. 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Tuesday, May 26 .LA Lakers at Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC), if necessary Wednesday, May 27 Indiana at Chicago, 8 p.m. (NBC), if necessary Friday, May 29 • "Chicago at Indiana, TBA (NBC), if necessary .Utah at LA Lakers, TBA (NBC), il necessary Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, TBA (NBC), if necessary , LA Lakers at Utah, TBA (NBC), il necessary : NBA summary Wednesday's game BULLS 93, HORNETS 84 CHARLOTTE (84) Mason 7-13 2-2 16, Rice 13-21 2*2 30, Divac •3-103-49, Wesley 7-12 0*016, Phills 0-3 0-0 0 Beck 3-5 0-0 6, Armstrong 2*5 0-0 5, Curry 0*2 ; 2-2 2. Totals 35*71 9-10 84. CHICAGO (93) • , Pippen 5-16 5-6 16, Rodman 4-8 0-0 8, Long -ley 3-9 7-8 13, Harper 2-5 0-0 4, Jordan 15-21 3-433, Kukoc 1-2 0-0 2, Kerr 5-9 4-4 15, Brown " 0-2 0-0 0, Wennington 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 36*8. 19*2493, ••Qhartotte 29 16 25 14—«4 • Chicago 26 23 24 20—93 J-Point goals—Charlotte 5*12 (Wesley 2-3 r flice 2*5, Armstrong 1-1, Cutry 0-1, Phills 0-2' . Chicago 2-11 (Kerr 1 -1, Pippen 1 -5, Harper 0*2 Jordan 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds— Charlotte 36 (Divac 15), Chicago 53 (Rodmar 21). Assists—Charlotte 22 (Mason, Divac, Wes , ley" 5), Chicago 20 (Pippen, Longley 5). Tola fouls—Charlotte 22, Chicago 15. Technicals- Curry, 2; Hice; Jordan. Ejection—Curry. 23,644(24,119). NBA today Friday, May 15 - • SCOREBOARD No games scheduled. The Bulls welcome the ' Indiana Pacers to Chicago on Sunday (or the IKS] game of the Eastern Conference finals. . ' STARS <• Wednesday , •• Mark Jackson, Pacers, had 22 points, 13 as • sists and 14 rebounds — the first triple double in the' Pacers' playoff history — as Indiana defeat s ed the New York Knicks 99*88. "•..Michael Jordan, Bulls, scored 33 points oi 15-of-29 shooting, as Chicago advanced to thi • Eastern Conference finals with a 93*84 win ove Charlotte. ; • " SAME STORY - The Chicago Bulls delealed the Charlotte Hor . nets 93*84 Wednesday to advance to the Easl -rj'm Conference finals for Ihe eighth lime in 1i years. The only years they missed were in 1993 [ 94' when Michael Jordan was "retired," an "agjin in 1994*95, when he had just relume . Iron baseball. Chicago eliminated Charlotte i - five games. Today's schedule Baseball Late boxscores WEDNESDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE METS 4, PADRES 3 NEW YORK SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl McRaed 3120 SFMeycf 4000 MFrco 3b 5131 Gvnola 2b 4000 JFmco p 0000 Gwynn rl 4120 Gilkeytf 5000 JoyneHb 4010 Oterudlb 4120 GVghnll 4233 Baerga2t> 4113 GMyrsc 3000 Beckerrf 3010 EWImsph 1000 ACstilloc 4010 Sheets3b 3000 ROrdz ss 4000 Gomez ss 2000 BJJnesp 4000 MaSwyph 1000 LLopez3b 0000 CHeyesp 0000 JHmtn p 2000 VnRyn p 0000 OVeras2b 1000 Totals 36 410 4 Totals 33 3 6 3 New York 300 010 000—4 San Diego 000 100 002—3 E—Olerud (3), GMyers (2). DP—New York 1. LOB—New York 9, San Diego 4. 2B—McRae (6), MFranco (3), GVaughn (6). HR—Baerga (1), GVaughn 2 (10). SB—McRae (7). CS— ACaslillo (2). IP H RER BB SO New York BJJones W.2-3 8 4111-7 JFrancoS,7 1 22201 San Diego JHamilton L.3-3 6 84445 VanRyn 1 00000 Reyes 2 20003 Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Bell; Second, Meals; Third, Tata. T—2:25. A—14,929 (59,772). DODGERS 9, PHILLIES 4 PHILA LOS ANGELS abrhbl abrhbl ilnvillecf 4210 EcYng2b 2000 Jflenes II 3221 Castro ss 1110 Rolen 3b 4011 Mndesl rf 5224 Brogna 1b 3022 Piazzac 5110 Lbrthal c 3000 FLnkrd p 0000 Abreu rl 3000 Karros 1b 4100 MLewis 2b 4010 Zeile 3b 3233 Rlalord ss 3000 Luke If 3000 YPerezp 0000 THbbrdfl 1000 Nye p 0000 THwrd cf 4120 "Green p 1000 WGrero ss 3001 Gomes p 0000 Park p 3011 AArias ss 1000 Clontz p 0000 Cedenoph 1110 Prince c 0000 Totals 29 4 7 4 Totals 35 911 9 Philadelphia 100 002 010—4 Los Angeles 000 302 13x-9 E—Lieberthal (3), MLewis (3). DP—Los Ange- es 2. LOB—Philadelphia 3, Los Angeles 7. 2B—THoward (3), Cedeno (3). HR--Jefferies (1), Mondesi 2 (8), Zeile (7). SB—EcYoung (15). SF—-Brogna, WGuerrero. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia TGreenL,3-3 6 86634 Gomes 1-30001 0 YPerez 2*3 0 0 0 0 1 Nye 133303 Los Angeles ParkW.4-1 7 63333 Clontz 1 11100 FLankford 1 00010 TGreen pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. Umpires—Home, Quick; First, West; Second, Kellogg; Third, Danley. T—2:41. A—28,604(56,000). BREWERS 8, DIAMONDBACKS 3 MILWAUKEE ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl Vina2b 4220 DWhitecf 5111 Cinllo 3b 5122 AFox 3b 2100 Loretta ss 5021 JBell ss 3110 Bumitzrf 4 t 1 t TLeetb 3 0 1 f Grssom cf 4121 Ollucci If 3021 DrJksnd 0100 Stinnettc 3010 Nilssonlb 3010 Brederf 3000 Hmelinlb 1112 MWImsSb 1000 Jenkins If 5031 Slnkivc2l! 4010 Hughes c 4100 Blair p • 1000 Juden p 2000 TBtsIa ph 1000 Owens ph 1000 Sdwsky p 0000 MMyrs p 0000 Coreyp 0000 Wckmnp 1000 YBnteph 1000 Totals 39 814 8 Totals 30 3 7 3 Milwaukee 010 120 022—8 Arizona 000 200 100—3 E—AFox (1), JBell (6). DP—Milwaukee 1, Arizona 1. LOB—Milwaukee 10, Arizona 7. 2B— Bumitz (9), Jenkins (2), Dellucci (5). 3B—Vina (4). HR—Hamelin (1), DWhite (5). CS—AFox (1). S—Juden, Blair. SF—Bumitz. TLee. IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee Juden W.5-1 7 63336 MMyers 2*3 1 0 0 1 1 WickmanS.t 1 1*3 0 0 0 0 1 Arizona Blair L.0-7 7 94332 Sodowsky 1 42201 Corey 1 12210 HBP-by Juden (Stinnett). WP—Juden. Umpires—Home, Montague; First, DeMuth; Second, Reliford; Third, Schrieber. T—3:19. A—40,230(48,500). Texas League First Halt Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Arkansas (Cardinals) 24 15 .615 — Shreveport (Giants) 21 17 .553 2V. Tulsa (Rangers) • 19 20 .487 5 Jackson (Astros) 17 23 .425 7'/i FRIDAY, MAY 15 BASEBALL TMP-Martan at Salina South. 4:30 p.m. Kansas City at Boston. 6:05 p.m. SOFTBALL Salina Central at Hays. 4 p.m. SWIMMING Class 6-5-4-3-2-1A Stale Championships at Manhattan, 2 p.m. TRACK & FIELD Heart of America League at Peabody, 3 p.m. Cottonwood Valley League at Cottonwood Falls, 3:30 p.m. 1*70 League at Salina, 3:30 p.m. NCAA League at Beloit. 4 p.m.. Western Division Midland (Angels) 21 19 .525 — San Antonio (Dodgers) 20 19 .513 V4 El Paso (Brewers) 20 20 .500 1 Wichita (Royals) 15 24 .385 5'A Wednesday's results Midland 8. Arkansas 6 El Paso 10, Jackson 5 San Antonio 4, Tulsa 2 Thursday's results No games scheduled Friday's games Tulsa at Wichrta, 7:15 p.m. Shreveport at San Antonio El Paso at Arkansas Midland at Jackson Big 12 tournament BIG 12 CONFERENCE At Oklahoma City Thursday's results Texas Tech 5, Oklahoma 1 Baylor 7, Missouri 3 Texas ASM 4. Oklahoma State 3 Friday's games Oklahoma State vs. Missouri, 11 a.m. Texas MM vs. Oklahoma, 3 p.m. Baylor vs. Texas Tech, 7 p.m. Big 12 linescores BAYLOR 7, MISSOURI 3 Missouri 010 000 110 —3 9 0 Baylor 001 003 03x —7 13 2 Stine, Dale (6), Kiler (6) and Polk; Wells, Out* aw (8), Bradford (8) and Schweider. WP—Wells 134). LP—Stine (6-5). S—Bradlord (3). HR— M: Epstein, Fry; B: Polk, Carter. TEXAS A&M 4, OKLAHOMA STATE 3 Oklahoma State 000 010 011 — 3 12 1 Texas A&M 201 100 OOx — 311 0 Smith, Bludau (5} and Holliday; Rupe, French 9), Possum (9) and Sandusky. WP —- Rupe ,10-4). LP — Smith (5-3). S — Fossum (2). 2B — OS: Gsparino, Holliday. 3B — A&M: Truitt HR — OS: Lucas; A&M: Kuzmic. TEXAS TECH 5, OKLAHOMA 1 Oklahoma 000 100 000 —1 7 1 Texas Tech 011 020 01x —5 7 1 Olsen. Manwell (5), McCurtain (8), Pascucci |8) and VanHom, Belts (7); Wright and Bard. WP—Wright (13-2). LP—Olsen (10-1). MVC linescore WICHITA STATE 12 ILLINOIS STATE 1 Wichita State 017 012 010 — 12 12 1 Illinois State 010000000— 1 8 0 Foral, Lee (8) and Preston, Diggs (8); Forystek, Snoke |3), Gramah (6), Burkhart (7) and Duncheon. WP—Foral (10*1). LP—Forystek (6* 3). 28—WS: Hooper, Ryan, Blua 2. 38—WS: Hayes. HR—WS: Sorensen. State college SONOMA STATE, CALIF. 6 FORT HAYS STATE 5 Sonoma State 300 110 010 — 6 15 1 Fort Hays State 010 000 040 — 5 11 3 Avila, Goucher (9) and Ciraulo; Scogin, Klassen (6) and Sigg. WP — Avila (10*2). LP — Scogin (5-2). S — Goucher (3). 2B — S: Kowes 2; FH: Lopez. 3B — S: Franzi. HR — FH: Vasquez, Ysac. High school CANTON-GALVA 7 SACRED HEART 2 Canlon-Galva 000 201 4 — 7 6 3 Sacred Heart 002 000 0 — 2 4 2 B.Peterson and Pavlovich; Staton and J.Jaquay. WP - B. Peterson. LP - Staton. 2B CG: L Peterson, B. Peterson, Pavlovich; SH: Ryan, J.Jaquay. 3B - CG: B. Peterson. CANTON-GALVA 15, ELL-SALINE 8 Canlon-Galva 411 005 4 — 15 16 5 Ell-Saline 020 600 0 — 8 7 7 Williams, Helm (4) and Helm, Pavlovich (4); Schoshke and Wagner. WP - Heim. LP - Schoshke. 2B - CG: L. Peterson, Pavlovich 2. 3B - CG: B. Peterson. SACRED HEART 14, ELL-SALINE 0 Ell-Saline 000 00 — 0 4 3 Sacred Heart 345 2x — 14 11 2 Bertrand, Hindman (3), Walker (4) and Wagner, Ryan and JJaquay. WP - Ryan. LP Bertrand. 2B - SH: Ryan, Earley, Neuman. 3B SH: Ryan. BELOIT 16, LINCOLN 3 Beloit 303 56— 13 15 1 Lincoln 201 00— 3 56 WP—Barnetl. LP—Maili. 2B—B: Niewald, Cox, Odle, Melton, Edgington; L: J.Obermueller. 3B—B: Cox. HR—-L: Biggs, R.Obemueller. BELOIT 6, LINCOLN 4 Beloit 20000202—6 72 Lincoln 10001200—4 95 WP—Jermark. LP—Gebhart. 2B—L: Biggs, H.Obermueller 2. HR—L: R.Obermueller. SALINA SOUTH 11, JUNCTION CITY 4 Salina South 0120332 — 1117 2 Junction City 001 002 1 — 4 10 1 WP — Hill. LP — Barnes. 2B — SS: Puvogel, Meysenburg 2; JC: Lugo 2, Legarreta. HR — SS: Puvogel; JC: Folbelig. JUNCTION CITY 7, SALINA SOUTH 6 Salina South 302 001 0 — 6 5 4 Junction City 500 110 x — 7 11 1 WP — Figuera. LP — Ascher. S — Devine. 2B — SS: St. Clair, JC: Barnes. HR — SS: Puvogel, St. Clair. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH 25, JUNCTION CITY 3 JunctionCity 111 00— 336 Salina South 144 (16)x —25 14 2 WP - Engel. LP - Courlois. 2B - JC: Graham, Nelson; SS: Nave. 3B - SS: Blake, Hertzenberg. HR - SS: Tibbits, B.Pemblalon. SALINA SOUTH 13, JUNCTION CITY 3 JunctionCity 001 02— 3 54 Salina South 013 54 — 13 16 2 WP - B.Pembleton. LP - Byrne. 2B - JC: Reich; SS: McClain. 3B - SS: Tibbits. HR - SS' C.Pembleton, Nave. Softball High school SE SALINE S, CHAPMAN 3 IE Saline 302 000 0 — 5 6 3 Chapman 100 200 0 — 3 6 3 WP — Scanlan (9-3). LP — Edwards. 2B — SES: Schwarz; C; Trower. Grunz. 3B — SES: Dupes. SE SALINE 14, CHAPMAN 4 IE Saline 200 075 — 14 14 2 Chapman 300 001 — 4 5 5 WP — Schwarz (6*1). LP — Foltz. 2B — SES: Dupes; C: Riflel, Whaley. HR — SES: Johnson. ELL-SALINE 20, BELOIT 1 Ell-Saline 884 —20 9 1 Beloit 100— 121 WP - Taylor. LP - Franklin. HR - ES: Allison Scott. ELL-SALINE 9, RUSSELL 8 Ell-Saline 201 410 01 —9 6 4 Russell 60020000 — 864 WP - Taylor. LP - Finkbinder. 2B - ES: Scott. SALINA SOUTH 8, HUTCHINSON 0 Salina South 005 102 0 — 8 11 1 Hulchinson 0000000 — 0 03 WP - Mitchell (10-0). LP - Johnson. 2B - SS: Wahlgren. Heinrich. 3B - SS: Kerbs. HUTCHINSON 3, SALINA SOUTH 2 Salina South 000 001 001 —2 10 3 Hutchinson 100000002 — 3 71 WP - Johnson. LP - Harbaugh (7-2). 2B — SS: Heinrich, Lamb, Graham, Jahnke; H: Kre- als, Lyman, Green. Golf PGA scores IRVING, Texas (AP) — First round scores Thursday from the $2.5 million GTE Byron Nelson Classic played at the 6,924-yard, par 3535—70 TPC at the Four Seasons Resort and the 6.846-yard, par 34*36-70 Cottonwood Valley Golf Course: Bob Friend . 30*33—63 Tom Watson 3t-33—64 •farrison Frazar 31*33—64 Blaine McCallister 34*31—65 Tiger Woods 33-32—65 Scon Gump 29-36-65 FrankLJckliler ' "" "32-33—65 Ben Bales 33*32—65 Phil Mickelson 31-35—66 Hal Sutton 34-32—66 Scott McCarron 31*35—66 John Cook 32*34—66 DougBarron 31*35—66 R.W. Eaks ( 32-34—66 Bob Estes . 33*33—66 Fred Couples 33*33—66 Jim Furyk • 32*34—66 Ted Tryba 32*34-66 Donnie Hammond 32*34—-66 John Adams 32-35—67 Rocco Mediate 34*33—67 Dan Foreman 34-33—67 Chris Perry 34-33—67 Jay Don Blake 33*34—67 David Ogrin 32*35-67 John Daly 33-34—67 Clark Dennis 33*34—67 Tommy Armour III 34-33—67 Steve Strieker 34-33—67 Jeff Sluman 32-35—67 Kenny Perry 34-33—67 Mark O'Meara 34-33—67 Don Pooley 32*35—67 Chris DiMarco 32*35—67 J.L. Lewis • 34-33—67 Robert Damron 33*35—68 Dave Barr 34*34—68 David Frost 34*34-68 Justin Leonard 35-33—68 Payne Stewart 34-34—68 Tom Byrum 33*35—-66 Mike Brisky 33-35—68 Hugh Royer 36*32-68 Chris Zambri 33*35-68 Jim Carter 34-34—68 Trevor Dodds 33-35—68 Glen Day 33*35-68 Russ Cochran 33-35—68 Glen Hnatiuk 36*32—68 Keith Nolan 34*34—68 Grant Waite 31*38—69 Mark Camevale 33*36—69 Tim Herron 33*36—69 Tom Lehman 33-36—69 Ernie Els 35*34—69 Steve Jones 33*36—69 Jell Maggert 35-34—69 David Toms 35*34—69 Craig Barlow 33*36—69 Lee Rinker 35*34—69 Omar Uresti 34*35—69 Barry Cheesman 35*34—69 Franklin Langham 36-33—69 Jeff Gallagher 33-36—69 Sonny Skinner 35-34—69 Doug Martin 36-33-69 David Edwards 33*36—69 Fulton Allem 34-35—69 Kirk Triplet! 35*34—69 Larry Mize 36*33—69 Phil Blackmar 35-34—69 Clarence Rose 34-35—69 Willie Wood 35*34—69 Tom Kite 34-35—69 Steve Jurgensen 34*35—69 Vance Veazey 34-35—69 Mike Heinen 34-36—70 Hajime Meshiai 34*36—70 Pele Jordan 33-37—70 Paul Stankowski 35-35—70 Bob Tway 36-34—70 Corey Pavin . 32-36—70 Peter Jacobsan 36-34—70 Nick Price 33-37—70 Ben Crenshaw 35-35—70 Jonathan Kaye 34*36—70 Craig Parry 35*35—70 Brent Geiberger 35*35—70 Richard Coughlan 35-35—70 Steve Lowery 34-36—70 Neal Lancaster 36-34—70 Brad Fabel 35-35—70 Tommy Tolles 33*37—70 P.H. Horgan III 34-36—70 Dudley Hart 34-36—70 Billy Ray Brown 32-38—70 Gabriel Hjertstedt 34-36—70 Stewart Cink 36-34—70 Brian Henninger 32-38—70 Phil Talaurangi 34*36—70 Jason Hill 35*35—70 Brett Ouigley 34-36—70 Guy Hill 35*35—70 Steve Flesch 36-35—71 Scott Varplank 36*33—71 Larry Rinker 38-33—71 Craig Stadler 33-38—71 Duffy Waldorf 37*34—71 Mike Springer 34*37—-71 Lennie Clements 34-37—71 Jim McGovem Spike McRoy Len Malrjace MarkWiebe Mark Calcavecchia Mark Brooks Andrew Magee David Sutherland Mike Hulbert Kent Jones Chip Back Frank Nobilo John Morse Chris Smilh Billy Maytair Paul Goydos Stuart Appleby Dave Stockton Kevin Sutherland Esteban Toledo .ee Porter .anrry Wadklns Guy Soros Bobby Wadkins tonnie Black Olin Browne .oren Roberts ).A. Weibring Aike Standly Kawika Coiner 'om Pemfce Jr. loel Edwards lay Haas Michael Bradley Nolan Henke ain Steel Perry Arthur Mike Weir Kelly Gibson David J. White 'roy Reiser Vayne Grady Brandel Chamblee 'aul Earnest Bruce Lietzke Jim Stalder 36*35—71 35-36—71 J8-35—71 34*37—71 35*36-71 35*36—71 34*37—71 35-36—71 34-37—71 32*39-71 35*37—72 36*36—72 36*36—72 35*37—72 34*38—72 37*35-72 35*37—72 34-38—72 33*39-72 33*39—72 36-36—72 37-36—73 39-34—73 35-38—73 37-36—73 36*37—73 35-38—73 35*38-73 37*36—73 35-38—73 36*37—73 35-39—74 37*37—74 3440—74 36-39-75 37-38-75 38*37—75 37-38—75 38-37—75 39*36—75 3441—75 33-43—76 40-37—77 3642—78 3840—78 41-43—84 LPGA scores WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Rrst round scores Thursday from the S1.3 million McDonald's LP- GA Championship played at the 6,386-yard, par 35-36—71 DuPont Country Club: Se Ri Pak 31-34—65 jsa Walters 32*34—66 Hollis Stacy 32*36—68 Susie Redman 35*33—68 Michelle McGann 34-34—68 Dale Eggeling 36*32—68 Heather Dary-Donofrio 35*33—58 Joan Pitcock 35-34—69 Chn's Johnson 36-33—69 Nancy Harvey 34*35-«-69 Jane Geddes 35-34—69 Kim Saiki 36-33-69 Kelly Robbins 32-37—69 Vickie Odegard 33-36-69 Cat-in Nilsmark 36*33-69 Barb Mucha 35-35—70 Cindy McCurdy 33-37—70 Jenny Lidback 36-34—70 Jull Inksler ' 33*37—70 'enny Hammel 34-36—70 Beth Daniel -34-36—70 Michele Redman 34*36—70 Lisa Hackney 35-35—70 Annette DeLuca 33-37—70 KrisTschetter 37-34—71 Patti Rizzo 35-36—71 Meg Mallon 37*34—71 Betsy King 35*36—71 Laurel Kean 37-34—71 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 35-36—71 (alhy Guadagnino 35-36—71 Dana Dormann 36-35—71 Dawn Coe-Jones 35-36—71 Donna Andrews 35-36—71 Karrie Webb 35*36—71 Shan! Waugh 36*35-71 Wendy Ward 36-35—71 Marianne Morris 36-35—71 Carin Koch 35*36—71 Pat Hurst 37*34—71 Maria Hjorth 34-37—71 Rachel Hetherington 35*36—71 Tracy Hanson 36*35—71 Jackie Gallagher-Smith 34-37—71 Amy Fruhwirth 34-37—71 Helan Alfredsson 34*37—71 Val Skinner 36*36—72 Uissie McGeorge 37*35—72 Tammie Green 36-36—72 Maria Figueras-Dotti 36*36—72 Vicki Fergon 35-37—72 Michelle Estill 36*36—72 Michelle Dobek 36-36—72 jura Davies 35-37—72 Pat Bradley 36*36—72 Missie Berteotti 35*37—72 Danielle Ammaccapane 34*38—72 Cnartotta Sorenstam 34*36—72 Kristal Parker 34-38—72 Emilee Klein 34*38—72 Lorie Kane 36-36—72 Eva Dahllof 37-35—72 Diane Barnard 37-35—72 Sherri Steinhauer 37-36—73 Nancy Scranton 40-33—73 U'selotte Neumann 37-36—73 Martha Nause 35*38—73 Caroline McMillan 37-36—73 Tracy Kerdyk 38-35—73 Trish Johnson 37-36—73 Maggie Halpin 36-37—73 Gail Graham 38-35—73 Cindy Figg-Currier 37-36—73 Judy Dickinson 35*38—73 Nanci Bowen 37*36—73 Kristi Albers 35*38—73 Jean Zedlitz 36-37—73 Annika Sorenstam 35-38—73 Alison Nicholas 37-36—73 Joanne Morley 38-35—73 Lisa Kiggens 36-37—73 Wendy Doolan 36*37—73 Palty Schremmer. 36*37—73 Colleen Walker 35-39—74 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 36*38—74 Patty Jordan ' 36*38—74 JoAnne Camer 38*36—74 Brandie Burton 37-37—74 Amy Benz 39-35—74 Amy Alcott 35-39—74 Leslie Spalding 36*36—74 Catriona Matthew • 36-38—74 Kathryn Marshall 37-37—74 Natascha Fink 3242—74 Stefania Croce 36*38—74 Alice Ritzman 39*36-75 Kim Williams 37-38-*-75 Tina Tombs ,-„ 36*39---75 Jan Stephenson " "37*38—75 Patty Sheehan 38*37—75 Kris Monaghan 38*37—75 Nancy Lopez • 36*39—75 Allison Rnney 36-39—75 Elaine Crosby 36-39—75 Janice Moodie 38*37—75 Peggy Gustalson 37-38—75 Julie Piers 38-37—75 Smriti Mehra 37-38—75 Kris Hanson 39-36—75 Alicia Dibos 38*37—75 Corinne Dibnah 37*38—75 Doltie Pepper 41-35—76 Alice Miller 40*36—76 Sally Little 40-36—76 Cindy Flom 3640—76 Jill Briles-Hinton 3640—76 Tina Barrett 36-40—76 Diane Daugherty 38*38—76 Angle Ridgeway 40*36—76 Mardi Lunn 37-39—76 Kelli Kuehne 39*37—76 Cristie Kerr 39-37—76 Becky Iverson 38*38—76 Jennifer Feldott 37-39—76 Helen Dobson 39*37—76 Luciana Bemvenuli 37-39—76 Mary Beth Zimmerman 40*37—77 Melissa McNamara 38*39—77 Hiromi Kobayashi 39-36—77 DebbyPinneH 39*38—77 Karen Weiss 38-39—77 teyumi Hirase 38-39—77 Kristi Coals 39-38—77 BarbWhitehead 40-38—78 Bosie Jones 40-38—78 Shelley Hamlin 3741—78 Piper Wagner 40-38—78 ErikaWicofl 39*39—78 Shirley Furlong 3940—79 tain Kangas 3940—79 Sherri Turner 4041—81 Adele Snyder 3943—62 Leta LJndley 4240-82 High school COTTONWOOD VALLEY LEAGUE At Herlngton Team scores Two man — Herington 161, Sacred Heart 62, Council Grove 168. Four man — Council Grove 310, Herington 319, Chase County 331, Sacred Heart 356. Six man — Council Grove 478, Herington 480, Chase County 513, Sacred Heart 518. Medalists 1. Tyner, CG, 74; 2. Engle, CC, 75; 3. Collins, CG, 75; 4. Stuart, H, 79; 5. Roberts, H, 79; 6. Mergen, SH, 80. Sacred Heart scores Ryan Pricketl 82, Mikel Knlpp 83, Andy Roomer 88, Eric Evel 89, Ryan Hellmer 96, Chris Taylor 99, Kevin Autl 103, Jeff Jasper 112. Tennis Big 12 women NEW MEXICO 5, KANSAS STATE 3 NCAA Central Regional At Provo, Utah Singles No. 1 — Dorodnova, KS, del. Friganovic, 6*2, 6*3; No. 2 — Pospisitova, KS, del. Shorlall, 2-6, 6*1, 6-4; No. 3 — Gutierrez, NM, del. Pam* poulova, 6*3, 6*3; No. 4 — Novotna, KS, del. Miles. 6*3, 6*1; No. 5 — Alekhova, MM, def. Piliptchak, 2*6, 6-2, 6*1; No. 6 — Gerwin, NM, def .Watson, 64,7*6 (7-3). Doubles No. 1 — FrIganovic-Shortall, NM, def. Dorod* nova-Pospisilova, 84); No. 2 — Gerwin-Gutfer* •ez, NM, won by default over Novotna- Piliptchak; No. 3 — Hites-Alekova, NM, def. 'ampoutova-Watson, 8-5. General AP sportlight May 15 1876 —Vagrant, ridden by Robert Swim, wins he second Kentucky Derby by 2 lengths over Creed moor. 1918 — The Preakness Is run In two divisions. War Cloud, ridden by Johny Loftus wins the first, and Jack Hare, Jr., ridden by C. Peak, wins the second. 1937 — War Admiral, ridden by Charles <urtsinger, battles Pompoon head-to-head from the top of the stretch and wins the Preakness by a head. 1948 — Citation, ridden by Eddie Arcaro, wins the Preakness Slakes by 5'A lengths over Vulcan's Forge. 1971 — Canonero II, ridden by Gustavo Avila, posts a 1 'A lengths victory over Eastern Reel in the Preakness Stakes. 1981 — Len Barker of Cleveland pitches the lirst perfect game in 13 years as the Indians beat the Toronto Blue jays 3-0 at Municipal Stadium. 1990 — Petr Kllma ends a bizarre NHL marathon in Boston. His goal at 15:13 of the third overtime wins the longest game in Stanley Cup final history for the Edmonton Oilers — a 32 series opening victory over the Bruins in a game delayed 25 minutes by a lighting problem. 1993 — Prairie Bayou, ridden by Mike Smith, rebounds from a second-place finish In the Kentucky Derby to become the first gelding to win the Preakness in 79 years. Letters of intent STERLING ATHLETE —Tata Wyatl PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Abilene HS. SPORT —Football. POSITION —quarterback. HQT-WGT —6*1,175. ATHLETE —Matt Nedham. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Abilene HS. SPORT —Football. POSITION—wide receiver. HGT-WGT —5*10,185. CLOUD COUNTY ATHLETE —Anya Walker. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Beloil Memorial HS, Wis. SPORT — Women's basketball. POSmON —guard. HGT-5-6. STATS — 11.6 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 4.4 spg, 2.7 apg. NOTES — All-Big 8 Conference and Beloit ATHLETE —Tyisha Evans. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Beloit Memorial HS, Wis. .-», , SPORT — Women's basketball. POSITION —guard. HGT —5*4. STATS—12.2 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 3.3 apg, 3.1 spg. NOTES — All-Big 8 Conference, first team all- area and will play in Wisconsin Coaches All-Star game. BARTON COUNTY ATHLETE — Emalie Manning. PREVIOUS SCHOOL - SE Saline HS. SPORT —Softball. POSITION —outfielder. HGT —5*4. NOTES — Two year starter lor Southeast and an honor roll student. Transactions BASEBALL American League TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS—Purchased Ihe contract ol 3B Scott McClain from Durham ol the International League. Designated RHP Dan Carlson for assignment. National League CINCINNATI REDS—Recalled RHP Danny Graves from Indianapolis of the International League. Optioned OF Pat Watkins to Indianapolis. FLORIDA MARLINS—Placed RHP Antonio Alfonseca on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP Manuel Barrios from Charlotte of the International League. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Optloned RHP Cliff Polite and C Eli Marrero to Memphis of the PCL Recalled RHP Sean Lowe and RHP Curtis King from Memphis. FOOTBALL National Football League CINCINNATI BENGALS—Signed CB Artrell Hawkins to a three-year contract. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Agreed to terms with CB Cordell Taylor; OB Jonathan Quinn; RB Tavian Banks; DT Harry Deligianls; C John Wade; DE Lemanzer Williams; FB Kevin McLeod; WR Alvis Whined; LB Brandon Tolbert. HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING Lampe, Nelson to represent Salina at state meet :$outh's Lampe will .compete in two individual events; Nelson will dive By The Journal Staff -; -MANHATTAN — Salina will be rep- Iresented by two athletes at the season- ;epding Kansas State High School •Swimming and Diving Champi- lonships, which begin today at the ^Kansas State University natatorium. -1 -Salina South junior Amanda Lampe "will swim two individual events when the meet begins with preliminary races at 2 p.m. South senior Sarah Ann Nelson acheived the qualifying standard in diving and will compete in that event starting with preliminary dives at 7 p.m. today. Lampe will swim the 50-yard freestyle and the 100 butterfly — the same two individual events she swam at last year's state meet. "The last two times Amanda swam the butterfly, she really picked up on her time in the first 25 yards," Salina coach Keith Smith said. "If she goes out in the way she has the last two times, she should be faster. She has been showing that initial surge, or tempo you could call it, and by the time she hits that first wall I can tell if she is going to have a good swim." Lampe placed 21st in the 50 freestyle at last year's state meet and 29th in the butterfly. The fastest 16 finishers in today's preliminary races qualify for Saturday's competition, with the top eight swimming in the finals and the next eight in the consolation race. Diving semifinals begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, while the championship and consolation races in swimming events are scheduled for 12:30 p.m. "This is a little different for us, going with only one person and no relays in the swimming events," Smith said. "We are focused on one person and getting into medal position and swimming some personal records. I also know that Sarah Ann has been throwing some difficult dives lately." This is Nelson's first time qualifying for the state meet. Athletes from all school classifications compete together in one state meet for swimming and diving. SPORTS DIGEST Chang beats Sampras in third round of Italian Open By The Associated Press ROME —"\Vhen little Michael Chang hits more aces than big Pete Sampras, you know it's not the No. 1 player's day. Chang defeated Sampras 6-2, 7-6 (8-6) Thursday in the third round of the Italian Open, ending Chapter One in Sampras' latest adventure on clay courts. Chapter Two begins May 25 when Sampras bids for the French Open title, the only Grand Slam he has not won. The task won't be easy judging by his final performance on the red clay of the Foroltalico. CHANG After getting by in his first two matches of the tournament, he made too many unforced errors — 37 to only 13 by Chang — and could not depend on his favorite weapon — his serve — to pull out the match against the No. 15 seed. "I got off to a bad start," said Sampras, who had his serve broken in the opening game. "By the middle of the second set I felt good, got a good rhythm. But the difference was he played the important points better." Chang is no slouch on clay. He won the French Open in 1989. Basketball CHICAGO — Jim Cleamons has returned to the city where he helped the Chicago Bulls win four world championships. His new job is to turn a . new women's pro team into a winner. Cleamons was introduced Thursday as the first head coach of the Chicago franchise in the American Basketball League. Golf ROCKLAND, Del. —Not too many golf fans know the name Se Ri Pak, who shot a 6-under-par 65 Thursday to take the lead after the first round of the LPGA Championship. It appears evident that her anonymity may not last much longer. Pak, a rookie from Korea, birdied eight holes — including all three par 5s — for a one-shot advantage over Lisa Walters. Pak outplayed the two Hall of Fame stars in her threesome, Nancy Lopez and JoAnne Garner. Pak, 20, has only been playing golf for six years. Her best finish this year is an llth place. BELTON, Mo. — The Saint Luke's Classic opens today three months earlier than usual but missing eight of the senior tour's top 10 money-winners. Among the withdrawls are Hale Irwin, the only player on this year's senior tour with more than $1 million in winnings, plus Gil Morgan, Larry Nelson, Jay Sigel, Hubert Green, Ray Floyd and Vicente Fernandez. It's not because of the condition of the Loch Lloyd course, said defending champion Bruce Summerhays. "The course is wonderful, It's just in great shape," said Summerhays, who came from six strokes back on the last day and beat Hugh Baiocchi in a sudden-death playoff last year. "What happened is you had several of the major tournaments in a row. And Las- Vegas was four rounds. So you had three tourna-. ments out of four that had four rounds and people just got tired. It's probably in a bad time framework." Among those who are on hand are Jim Colbert a two-time winner and gallery favorite since he's a Kansas City native, Bob Murphy, Dave Stockton, Lee Trevino and Gibby Gilbert, whose three-day total in 1992 of 193 tied the record for the lowest 54-hole total ever on the Senior PGA Tour. Hockey MONTREAL — Donald Audette scored one goal and set up another as the Buffalo Sabres completed their sweep of the Montreal Canadiens with a, 3-1 victory Thursday night to reach the Eastern. Conference finals. Audette, who shares the team lead with 10 playoff points, gave Buffalo a 2-0 lead in the second period, and the Sabres never looked back for their first appearance in the conference: finals since 1980. ST. LOUIS — The Detroit Red Wings are once again proving to be a formidable obstacle to the St. Louis Blues' playoff aspirations. The Red Wings . are a game away from finishing off the Blues for , the third straight year in the playoffs. Detroit squandered a two-goal lead, but got it back for ' good on two goals and an assist by Sergei Fedorov in the third period for a 5-2 victory over the St. Louis Blues and a 3-1 series lead Thursday night. ZURICH, Switzerland — Sweden and Finland advanced to the gold-medal game of the World Ice Hockey Championships on Thursday, setting up only the third all-Scandanavian final in the history of the tournament. After winning the first leg 4-1 over Switzerland on Tuesday, Sweden cruised into the final with a 7-2 victory against Switzerland in the second leg of the semifinal on Thursday. Sweden won Tuesday's first leg 4-1. Finland, which beat Olympic champion Czech Republic 4-1 in the first leg, struggled to a 2-2 draw in the second. The Finns advanced with three of a possible four points. Tennis BERLIN — Martina Hingis routed French Open winner Iva Majoli in just 49 minutes Thursday at the German Open, beating the player who spoiled her bid for a Grand Slam sweep last year. Hingis, the top seed, swept to a 6-1, 6-2 win against the Croatian in a rematch of last year's French Open final won by Majoli. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Brown Mackie athletic department 785*825-5422 Bethany athletic department 785-227-3311 Fort Hays State athletic department 785*628*4050 Heart of America Sports Camps 785-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 785*862*7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924*9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800*676*9257 Kansas State University ticket office '. 800-221*2287 Kansas Wesleyan athletic department 785-827-5541 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 785*628*6614 Salina Municipal Qoll Course (clubhouse) 785*826-7450 Salina Parks & Recreation office .' 785*826-7434 Salina Parks & Recreation Information 785*826*7464 University of Kansas ticket office 800-344*2957 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-755-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978*3267

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