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B2 SATURDAY. MAY 16, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule •' AUTO RACING : Noon — IRL Auto Racing, time trials lor Indy 500, ABC, cable 9,10. 1 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, time trials lor Indy ;500, ESPN, cable 38. | 3 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing, Pro Stock Challenge, TNN, cable 34. ' 4:30 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, time trials tor 'Indy 500, ESPN2, cable 39. | 6:30 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing. Winston Cup Series, The Winston, TNN, cable 34. 9 p.m, — USAC Auto Racing, Silver Crown 'series, ESPN2, cable 39. ; , BASEBALL tt p.m. — Major League Baseball. Chicago 'Cubs at Cincinnati, WGN. , 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at Houston, WTBS, cable 15. ^ p.m. — Major League Baseball, Montreal at Los Angeles, IX, cable 28. BASKETBALL ,. 2:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, LA Lakers at Utah, •MBC, cables. 13. *' *.-. BOWLING J j p.m. — PBA Bowling, Greater Detroit Open, .CBS, cable 5,12. '" J 1 BOXING !. 7 p.m. — Boxing, Kenny Keene vs. Rocky Cannon, ESPN2, cable 39. FOOTBALL •• j[1:30 p.m. — Arena Football, Milwaukee at Arizona. ESPN2, cable 39. GOLF 1 'p.m. — PGA Golf, Byron Nelson Classic, ABC, cable 9,10. ' ) p.m. — LPGA Golf, McDonald's LPGA Championship, CBS, cable 5,12. 4:30 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf, St. Luke's Classic, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY . 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playofls, Edmonton at Dallas. ESPN, cable 38. HORSE RACING -11 a.m. — Thoroughbred racing. Schaefer Handicap. Pimlico Distaff and Sir Barton Stakes, ESPN, cable 38. . 2 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing, Maryland Breeders' Cup and The Dixie. ESPN2, cable 39. 3:30 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing, The Preakness Stakes. ABC, cable 9,10. SOCCER Noon — Major League Soccer, DC United at NV/NJ, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 11:30 p.m. — Men's tennis, Italian Open, ES- PN, cable 38. Baseball Big 12 tournament BIG 12 CONFERENCE At Oklahoma City Thursday's results Texas Tech 5, Oklahoma 1 Baylor 7, Missouri 3 Texas A&M 4, Oklahoma State 3 Friday's results Oklahoma Stale 11, Missouri B (Missouri eliminated) Oklahoma 10, Texas A&M 4 • Texas Tech 11, Baylor 4 Saturday's games Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech, 11 a.m. Oklahoma State vs. Baylor, 3 p.m. Loser ol 11 a.m. gama vs. winner ol 3 p.m. game, 7 p.m. Big 12 linescores • OKLAHOMA 10, TEXAS A&M 4 Texas A&M 100 120 000— 4 9 1 Oklahoma 010 105 03x —10 14 0 • Ward, Caple (6), Fossum (8) and Sandusky; Geary and VanHom, Betts (5). WP—Geary (121). LP—Ward (7-4). HR—ASM: Kuzmic; 0: Bookout, Shackelford. OKLAHOMA STATE 11, MISSOURI 8 Oklahoma State 037001000 — 1113 0 Missouri 100 310 300— 8 15 2 Pearson, Bergman (6), Dreier (7) and Puffinbarger; Calliar, Jamison (3), George (3) and Sihwieder. WP—Pearson (6-2). LP—Callier (65£ S—Dreier (2). HR—OS: Roossien (5); M: Moore 2, Epstein. TEXAS TECH 11, BAYLOR 4 -Baylor 010 010 200— 4 14 0 Texas Tech 321 200 03x —11 14 2 Jennings, Marcom (4), Outlaw (8) and Loeb; 'Ward, Allison (7), Stewart (8), Ralston (8) and Bird. WP—Ward (6-4). LP—Jennings (10-4). S—Ralston (4). HR—B: Jennings; TT: Ginter, Bard. MVC tournament At Evansvllle, Ind. Wednesday's results Southwest Missouri State 12, Illinois Stale 11 Wichita State 6, Creighton 4 Indiana State 8, Eransville 5 Thursday's results Evansville 5, Creighton 2 (Creighton eliminated) Wichita State 12, Illinois State 1 (Illinois State eliminated) Southwest Missouri State 16, Indiana State 6 : , Friday's results Evansville 11, Indiana State 10 (Indiana State eliminated) .. Wichila Slate 19, Southwest Missouri Stale 9 Evansville 11, Southwest Missouri State 10 (Southwest Missouri State eliminated) ' - Saturday's games Championship ' Wichita State vs. Evansville, 2 p.m. Wichila State vs. Evansville, 7 p.m. (II necessary) MVC linescores - ,: ' WICHITA STATE 19 ''•SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE 9 '£N Missouri State 000 041 031 — 9 13 2 •Wtehita State 020 835 (Ox — 19 13 1 - Crist, Doctor (4), Frey (5) and Hale, Robertson (8); Bryan. Robertson (8) and Preston. WP — jn/an (B-2). LP — Crist (3-1). 2B — SMS: Hoist, -.Srjiith; WS: Hooper. Sorensen, Hayes. 3B — •WS: Davis. HR — SMS: Curry, Smith, Collier; ,WS: Preston S, Davis. •State college ,•' : FORT HAYS STATE 10 ;.:; CAL STATE LOS ANGELES 3 fen Hays State 202 130 020 — 10 14 2 -£al State LA 000 200 001 — 3 7 0 > Cleveland and Sigg; Russell, Bums (4), Soliz ,(8i, Burks (8). Sena (8), Leos (9) and Lucas. WP ~-^ Cleveland (8-1). LP — Russell (5-6). 28 — TH: Ysac; CSLA: lanni. Joyce. HR — FH: Vasquez 2, Wasinger; CSLA: Gibbons, Joyce. High school SAUNA SOUTH 19, TMP-MARIAN Z -TMP-Marian 020 00 — 2 64 Salina South 880 3x — 19 172 ;> B.Schumacher and J.Schumachan Tomlins •af|fl St. Clair. WP — Tomlins. LP — D. Schu- Wacher. 2B — SS: Stein, Tomlins. HR — SS: '.•Ptflregel. .' SALINA SOUTH 22, TMP-MARIAN 4 TMP-Marian ooo 31—466 Salina South 145 (12)x — 22 18 1 .- fiottschalk, Unrein (4) and Hedge; Charvat, Moody (4) and St. Clair. WP — Moody. LP — Gottschalk. 2B — SS: Moody. ". -CLAY CENTER 5, CONCORDIA 4 Clay Center 110000201— 5 6 3 Cqncordia 201 010 000 — 4 9 4 - WP — Anderson. LP — Murdock (2-2). 2B — •QJ: Hayworth; C: Forshee. 3B — C: Peterson. ;ftH — CC: Anderson; C: Peterson. .. 'CONCORDIA 2, CLAY CENTER 1 •Clay Center 10000000— 1 2 3 Concordia 010 000 01 — 2 5 0 '; WP — Applebee (4-2). LP — Anderson. 2B — CO: Anderson, Hayworth. Softball High school ••QLAY CENTER a, JUNCTION CITY 1 Junction City 000 000 1 — 1 5 2 (Jlsy Center 102 003 x — 6 10 3 ". WP — Halner. LP — Cervera. 2B — JC: Conary. 3B — CC: Leonard 2. •CLAY CENTER 8, JUNCTION CITY 6 Junction City 303 000 0 — 6 7 4 Clay Center 210 002 3 — 8 8 1 . WP — Brockman. LP — Upshaw. 2B — CC: Lohmeyer 2. 3B — JC: Cervera. - HILLSBORO 18, CANTON-GALVA 3 Hillsboro 813 15 — 18 16 4 Canton-Galva 002 01 — 3 4 4 WP — Duerksen. LP — Middleton. 2B — H: Jost; CG: Helm. 3B — CG: Helm, Unruh. CANTON-GALVA 4, HILLSBORO 3 Hillsboro 200 001 0 — 3 12 3 Canton-Galva 004 000 x — 4 9 2 WP — Wedel. LP — Cowan. 2B — H: Clark, Janzen; CG: Unruh. Hockey NHL playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Thursday, May 7 Washington 4. Ottawa 2 Dallas 3, Edmonton 1 Friday, May B 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 1 Monday, May 11 Ottawa 4, Washington 3 Dallas 1, Edmonton 0(ot) Tuesday, May 12 Buffalo 5, Montreal 4 (2ot) Detroit a St Louis 2 (2ot) Wednesday, May 13 Washington 2, Ottawa 0, Washington leads series 3-1 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 Washington 3, Ottawa 0, Washington wins series 4-1 Saturday, May 16 Edmonton at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday, May 17 St. Louis al Delroit, t p.m. (FOX) Monday, May 18 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 Edmonton at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN2), H necessary Thursday, May 21 St. Louis at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN), if necessary Basketball 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 al LA Lakers, 9 p.m. (TNT) Saturday, May 23 Chicago at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, May 24 Ulah 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), II necessary Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, TBA (NBC), it necessary LA Lakers at Utah, TBA (NBC), if necessary USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pet. GB Connecticut 4 2 .667 — Long Island 3 4 .429 1V4 Columbus 2 3 .400 114 New Hampshire 1 5 .167 3 Mid-Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Atlantic City 6 2 .750 — Camden 5 3 .625 1 New Jersey 3 3 .500 2 Washington 3 4 .429 2'A Southern Division W L Pet. GB Jacksonville 5 1 .833 — Tampa Bay 4 3 .571 114 Atlanta 3 3 .500 2 Raleigh 0 6 .000 5 Friday's results Atlantic City 130, New Hampshire 87 Atlanta 114, Camden 104 New Jersey 134, Washington 80 Saturday's games Columbus at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. • Tampa Bay at New Hampshire, 6:30 p.m. Auto racing NASCAR lineup CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — The starting lineup lor Saturday night's 14th annual running of The Winston all-star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with car number in parentheses, driver, hometown, type of car and qualifying speed in mph (final starting spot will go to winner of Winston Open qualifying race): t. (94) Bill Elliott Dawsonville, Ga., Ford, 142.084. 2. (5) Terry Labonte, Corpus Chrisli, Texas, Chevrolet, 141.380. 3. (18) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Chrisli, Texas, Pontiac, 141.201. 4. (24) Jeff Gordon, Vajlejo, Calif., Chevrolet, 141.068. 5. (6) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark., Ford, 140.968. 6. (40) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet, 140.932. 7. (88) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford, 140.453. 8. (21) Michael Waltrlp, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 140.101. 9. (1) Darrell Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 140.052. 10. (28) Kenny Irwin, Indianapolis, Ford, 139.767. 11. (7) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 139.601. 12. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 138.772. 13. (4) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Chevrolet, 138.756. 14. (99) Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford, 138.556. 15. (36) Ernie Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Pontiac, 138.126. 16. (2) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 137.694. 17. (98) Rick Bickle, Edgerton, Wis., Ford, 137.070. 18. (43) John Andretti, Indianapolis, Pontiac, 135.401. 19. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet, no speed. Track & field Big 12 results COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Friday's results Irom the Big 12 Outdoor Championships, held at the Audrey J. Walton Track. MEN Team scores Nebraska 24, Oklahoma Slate 12. Iowa State 10, Kansas 9. Texas Tech 8, Oklahoma 5, Kansas State 4, Texas A&M 3. Colorado 2, Texas!. Individual results Hammer throw — 1. Erdkamp, N, 197-0. 2. Warren. N, 195-t. 3. Russell, K, 189-5.4. Oliveto, 0, 186-6. 5. Peterson, K, 183-10. 6. Jacob, A&M, 183-6. 7. SchmiU, K, 180-8. 8. Weslen- dort, T, 176-0. 10,000m run — 1. Lempirikany, IS, 29:39.53. 2. Njenga, TT. 29:40.09.3. Boor, N, 29:49.05.4. Carlsen, OS, 31:14.28. 5. Lane, OS, 31:28.23. 6. Framme, OS, 31:30.50. 7. Friedberg, C, 31:37.38. 8. Puffins, K, 31:40.89. Decathlon (Through 5 events) — 1. Hen- rictts, N. (3914). 2. Madden, ASM, (3837). 3. Morris, K. (3786). 4. Mayer, A&M, (3784). 5. Weiler, K, (3713). 6. Strindeberg, M,(3642). 7. Dennard, KS, (3631). 8. Votruba, N, (3621). 9. Olson, C, (3590). 10. Ware, A&M, (3531). 11. Today's schedule SATURDAY, MAY 16 BASEBALL Kansas City at Boston, 12:05 p.m. SWIMMING Class 6-5-4-3-2-1A Stale Championships al Manhattan, 2 p.m. Prenge/, K, (3514), 12. Emry, N, (3487). 13. Conkling, 0, (3407). 14. Malmstrom, K, (3312). WOMEN Team scores Colorado 31, Nebraska 27, Kansas State 23, Baylor 22, Texas Tech 15, Missouri 8, Texas MM a, Oklahoma State 8, Iowa Slate 6, Kansas 5, Oklahoma, 3. Individual results Hammer throw — 1. Seller, KS, 209-4.2. VI- sosky, C, 196-10. 3. Cumyn, IS, 191-11. 4. Whitham, KS, 190-1. 5. Wibbels, N, 180-8. 6. 'rice, N, 179-1. 7. Heldt, N, 178-6. 8. White, M, 171-11. 3,000m run — 1. Smith, C, 9:38.57. 2. Em- Strom, B, 9:43.20. 3. Turner, TT, 9;52.13. 4. Meyer, M, 9:58,82. 5. Wiseman, N, 9:59.12. 6. Burroughs, C, 10:08.24. 7. Dingley, OS, 10:10.88. 8. Delozler, 0,10:14.55. 10,000m run — 1. Gruia, C, 35:42.72.2. Wet- erhus, KS, 35:48.45. 3. Smith, B, 36:01.86. 4. Jeverstam, B, 36:34.37.5. Daniel, TT, 36:43.87. 6. Blackmer, N, 36:53.15.7. Allen. M, 37:15.18. 8. LoPresti, K, 37:18.22. Long jump — 1. Ingram, N, 21-4. 2. Carter, ASM, 20-OV4. 3. Vaughn, OS, 19-9V4. 4. Polk, TT, 19-9.5. Mason, K, 19-8'/4.6. Bowers, B, 19- 4'A. 7. Hayes, 0,19-4'/.. 8. Prebyl, N, 19-2. Heptathlon (through 4 events) — 1. Szlen- dakova, IS, (3267). 2. Kvalvik, M, (3244). 3. Mason, K, (3186). 4. Moran, M, (3048). 5. Aholl, M, 3033). 6. Hudson, A&M, (3023). 7. Hudson, A&M, (3022). 8. Sommerfeldl, M, (2946). 9. Mounday, K, (2825). Hamel, K, (2663). 11 Sailer, M, (2593). High school NCAA LEAGUE At Belolt BOYS Team scores Beloit 156, Ellsworth 119, SE Saline 84, Minneapolis 81, Russell 63, Belleville 52. Individual results High jump -1. Naslund, BT, 6-2; 2. Smith, E, 6-0; 3. Eilert, BT, 5-10. Long |ump - 1. Gray, BT, 21-314; 2. McGln- nis, BT, 20-3 '/-; 3. Pemberton, R, 19-6; 5. Betts, SES.19-1. Javelin -1. File, BT, 193-2; 2. Schwarz, SES, 187-4; 3. Thompson, BT, 181-5. Discus-1. Thompson, BT, 194-7; 2. Rensink, M, 147-10; 3. Davis, SES, 134-11. Pole vault-1. Milhon, R, 14-3'/<; 2. Milum, M, 11-6; 3. Stefak, E, 11-0. Shot put - 1. Thompson, BT, 61-5«; 2. File, BT,51-9;3. Schulle, R,50-8'/4. 3,200m relay - 1. Southeast of Saline, 8:50,38; 2. Ellsworth, 8:59.92; 3. Beloit, 9:02.19. 110m hurdles - 1. Betts, SES, 15.54; 2. McGinnis, BT, 15.88; 3. Thurston, M, 16.77. 100m dash - 1. Dickson, SES, 10.91; 2. Eta- mann, BV, 11.48; 3. Meall, M, 11.53. Triple lump - 1. Gray, BT, 45-4'A; 2. McGIn- nis, BT, 43-3V4; 3. Wiley, BV, 41-6V.. 1,600m run - 1. Ca.Smith, E, 4:29.17; 2. Orozco, E, 4:30.64; 3. Cole, R, 4:34.38; 6. Craig, SES, 4:44.55. 400m relay - 1. Minneapolis, 44.96; 2. Russell, 45.55; 3. Belleville, 45.75. 400m run -. 1. Dickson, SES, 49.67; 2. Whitney, R, 50.37; 3. Sherman, E, 51.33. 300m hurdles - 1. McGinnis, BT, 41.02; 2. Betts, SES, 41.81; 3. Thurston, M, 41.91; 6. Un- naman, SES, 45.48. 800m run -1. Ca.Smith, E, 2:04.07; 2. Pingel, BT, 2:05.86; 3. Endsley, E, 2:11.95; 4. Pope, SES, 2:12.57. 200m dash - 1. Dickson, SES, 22.46; 2. Eta- man, BV, 23.32; 3. Meall, M, 23.75. 3,200m run - 1. Orozco, E, 10:05.38; 2. Cole, R, 10:13.66; 3. Co.Smith, E, 10:13.99; 4. Craig, SES, 10:20.64. 1,600m relay - 1. Ellsworth, 3:33.30; 2. Minneapolis, 3:33.76; 3. Beloit, 3:39.48. GIRLS Team scores Russell 150, Beloit 145, Ellsworth 69, Minneapolis 61, Southeast ol Saline 48, Belleville 47. Individual results High lump - 1. Raab, BT, 5-0; 2. Nuss, R, 410; 3. Chapman, BT, 4-10. Long Jump -1. Chapman. BT, 15-9'A; 2. Doering, M, 14-4%; 3. Davidson, R, 14-2%. Shot put - 1. Holloway, R, 46-1; 2. File, BT, 35-2 '/i; 3. Ade, SES, 34-11. Javelin-1. Ade, SES, 122-4; 2. File, BT, 1064; 3. Farlee, BV, 105-0. Discus - I. Holloway, R, 146-3; 2. Ade, SES, 122-8; 3. File, BT, 113-4. Triple jump -1. Balluch, BT, 33-1; 2. Kyler, E, 30-3; 3. Prochaska, M, 30-2'A. 100m hurdles - 1. Sander, R, 17.26; 2. Holoway, BT, 17.27; 3. Kyler, E, 17.37. 3,200m relay - 1. Ellsworth, 10:40.33; 2. Be- toil, 10:46.44; 3. Russell, 10:56.13. 100m dash - 1. Degenhardt, R, 12.87; 2. Milum, M, 13.01; 3. Spradlin, R, 13.30. 1,600m run - 1. Dubois, R, 5:27.27; 2. Jackson, SES, 5:46.48; 3. Brady, SES, 5:52.59. 400m relay - 1. Beloit, 51.97; 2. Russell, 53.51; 3. Belleville. 55.84. 400m run-1. Grace, BT, 59.96; 2. Milum, M, 1:00.29; 3. Mealifl.BT, 1:01.64. 300m hurdles - 1. Warren, BT, 48.36; 2. Dubois, R, 49.48; 3. Sander, R, 49.59. 800m run - 1. Dubois, fl, 2:22.70; 2. Christensen, E, 2:37.41; 3. Dolezal, E, 2:38.67. 200m dash - 1. Degenhardt, R, 26.21; 2. Milum, M, 27.24; 3. Warren, BT, 27.65. 3,ZOOm run - 1. Brady, SES, 12:36.65; 2. Irwin, R, 12:46.11; 3. Back, E, 13:31.71. 1,600m relay - 1. Beloit, 4:10.44; 2. Russell, 4:13.26; 3. Ellsworth, 4:35.93. CHEYENNE CONFERENCE At Logan BOYS Team scores Northern Valley 118V4, Logan 106, HerrxJon 100, Kensington 82, Eastern Heights 64, Palco 44W.Lenora 11, Moriand 10. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Mussman, NV, 17.06; 2. Pelkey, H, 17.73; 3. Marintzer, H, 18.02. 300m hurdles — 1. Pelkey, H, 43.99; 2. Cox, NV, 44.52; 3. Mussman, NV, 46.38. 100m dash — 1. Hammond, NV, 11.92; 2. Thuriow, P, 12.00; 3. Beckman, K, 12.07. 200m dash — 1. Howland, P, 24.11; 2. Beckman, K, 24.12; 3. Hammond, NV, 24.64. 400m dash — 1. Riener, H, 55.62; 2. Leitner, H, 55.63; 3. Bohm, K, 56.13. 800m run — 1. McElroy, Lo, 2:15.37; 2. Gottschalk, Lo, 2:15.88; 3. Webb, Lo, 2:19.29. 1,600m run — 1. Gottschalk, Lo, 5:10.68; 2. Knowles, EH, 5:13.89; 3. Basgall, H, 5:17.37. 3,200m run — 1. Basgall, H, 11:40.10; 2. Webb, Lo, 12:18.50; 3. Thalheim, NV, 12:21.89. 400m relay — 1. Northern Valley, 45.43; 2. Palco, 45.65; 3. Kensington, 46.42. 1,600m relay — 1. Hemdon, 3:50.71; 2. Logan, 3:51.43; 3. Northern Valley, 3:57.57. 3,200m relay — 1. Logan, 9:44.32; 2. Eastern Heights, 9:58.67; 3. Hemdon, 10:16.49. Shot put — 1. Dibble, K, 50- '/<; 2. Hogan, NV, 46-5«; 3. Jones, Lo, 45-2 'A. Discus — 1. Jones, Lo, 182-6; 2. Hogan, NV, 151-11:3. Danielson, Le, 145-11. High /ump — 1. Bohm, K, 6-0; 2. Slate, K, 510; 3. Miller, EH, 5-10. Long lump — 1. Bohm, K, 19-11; 2. Miller, EH, 18-4; 3. Marintzer, H, 1B-2V4. Triple |ump — 1. Miller, EH, 41-1V4; 2. Molzahn, EH, 38-6; 3. McElroy, Lo, 38-5. Javelin — 1. Lambert, P, 171-7; 2. Born, M, 160-1; 3. Molzahn, EH,'l46-11. Pole vault — 1. McElroy, Lo, 10-0. GIRLS Team scores Northern Valley 113, Kensington 93, Logan 83, Lenora 77, Eastern Heights 60, Moriand 52, Palco 28, Hemdon 20. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Gassmann, Le, 18.24; 2. Crayton, M, 18.47; 3. Ballhazor, P, 18.93. 300m hurdles — 1. Gassmann. Le, 54.79; 2. Hudson, K, 55.34; 3. Kroner, NV, 58.30. 100m daih — 1. Conaway, K, 13.81; 2. Smith, NV, 13.82; 3. Sanson. Lo, 13.99. 200m dash — 1. Conaway, K, 28.95; 2. Smith, NV, 29.38; 3. Tubbs, NV, 29.42. 400m dash — t. Tubbs, NV, 1:03.37; 2. Sanson, Lo, 1:04.21; 3. Craylon, M, 1:04.68. 800m run — 1. Sanson, Lo, 2:44.83; 2. Heer, EH, 2:46.51; 3. Cox, NV, 2:51.42. 1,600m run — 1. Oslmeyer, NV. 6:12.42; 2. Heer, EH, 6:12.43; 3. Cash, H, 6:25.11. 3,200m run — 1. Ostmeyer, NV, 14:46.07; 2. Cash, H, 15:25.78; 3. Jansonius, Lo, 16:15.37. 400m relay — 1. Kensington, 54.43; 2. Mor- iand, 54.73; 3. Northern Valley, 55.22. 1,600m relay — 1. Moriand, 4:33.78; 2. Northern Valley, 4:34.94; 3. Logan. 4:43.65. 800m relay — 1. Northern Valley. 1:56.23; 2. Kensington, 1:56.32; 3. Moriand. 2:02.14. Shot put — 1. Triplell, Lo, 47-5 V.; 2. Triplet!. Lo,38-8;3. Nech, K, 31-'A. Discus — 1. Triplet!, Lo, 128-4; 2. Nech, K, 118-0; 3. Robinson, EH, 100-6. High jump — 1. Nelson, Le, 4-10; 2. Smith, NV, 4-9; 3. Gassmann, Le, 4-7. Long |ump — 1. Fischer, Le, 15-6 % ; 2. Rice, K, 15-2%; 3. Holer, K, 15-2. Triple Jump — 1, Nelson, Le, 32-1; 2. Bien- holl, EH, 31-8; 3. Fischer, Le, 31-6. Javelin — 1. Parks, M, 125-6; 2. Knipp, P, 92%; 3. Robinson, EH, 87-7. Pole vault — 1. Wilhelm, NV, 7-0; 2. Solomon, NV, 6-0; 3. Malek, NV, 5-6. TWIN LAKES LEAGUE At Downs BOYS Team scores Lincoln 145, Lucas-Luray 104, Wilson 102, Downs 82, Tipton 49, Chase 42, Sylvan 11, Natoma 4. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Soukup, W, 16.3; 2. Williams, L, 18.04; 3. Wilson, LL, 18.42. 300m hurdles — 1. Soukup, W, 43.85; 2. Williams, L, 46.54; 3. Betts, W, 48.26. 100m dash — 1. Bricker, LL, 11.56; 2. Abell, L, 11.59; 3. Soukup, W, 12.08. 200m dash — 1. Bricker, LL, 23.27; 2. Romesburg, L, 24.53; 3. Conn. 0, 24.98. 400m dash — 1. Bricker, LL, 52.6; 2. Abell, L, 55.93; 3. Vohs, D, 57.25. 800m run— 1. Koster, W, 2:17.61; 2. Median, LL, 2:20; 3. Koster, W, 2:20.93. 1,600m run — 1. Heskett, T, 4:53.62; 2. Mettlen, U, 4:59.43; 3. Koster, W, 5:09.64. 3,200m run — 1. Heskett, T, 11:16.47; 2. Kern, C, 11:45.07; 3. Gardner, L, 12:08.03. 400m relay — 1. Lincoln, 46.95; 2. Downs, 48.43; 3. Wilson, 49.58. 1,600m relay — 1. Lincoln, 3:46.75; 2. Wilson, 3:51.77; 3. Downs, 4:17.53. 3,200m relay — 1. Lincoln, 9:16.99; 2. Wilson, 9:18.34; 3. Downs, 10:33.9. Shot put — 1. Kobbeman, L, 43-2 %;2. Stum- ma, D, 41-11 V4; 3. Parsell, C, 41-2%. Discus — 1. Fell, LL, 156-0;'2. Parsell, C, 129-0; 3. Stumma, D, 129-8. High Jump — I. Dolton, LL, 6-4; 2. Kobbeman, L, 5-4; 3. Cole, L, 5-4. Long |ump — 1. Bricker, LL, 19-7; 2. Dolton, LL. 19-6'/.; 3. Ruthsirom, D, 18-7%, Triple jump — 1. Timbers, T, 39-3; 2. Doyla, T, 34-8; 3. Bells, W, 33-8W. Javelin — 1. Mermls, W, 167-10; 2. Alexander, C, 154-10; 3. Feil, LL, 148-11. Pole vault— 1. Heller, S, 10-0; 2. (tie) Cushing, D & Herman, L, 8-0. GIRLS Team scores Downs 131, Tipton 90, Natoma 77, Lincoln 68, Wilson 62, Sylvan 59, Lucas-Luray 33, Chase 1. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Berkley, D, 16.49; 2. Schoen, D, 16.76; 3. Kepfca, W, 17.28. 300m hurdles — 1. Kepka, W, 49.46; 2. Adam, T, 49.63; 3. Schoen, D, 52.22. 100m dash — 1. Bradley, D, 13.13; 2. Stull, N, 13.2; 3. Soukup, W, 13.32. 200m dash — 1. Bradley, D, 27.88; 2. Soukup, W, 28.26; 3. Dohl, S, 28.85. 400m dash — 1. Dohl, S, 1:02.79; 2. Doyle, T, 1:02.92; 3. Gasper, T, 1:03.54. 800m run — 1. Gasper, T, 2:35.2; 2. Zamrzla, S, 2:39.67; 3. Placek, W, 2:44.85. 1,600m run — 1. Shearer, N, 5:53.63; 2. Zam- rzla, S, 6:02.05; 3. Splitter, S, 6:11.1. 3,200m run — 1. Shearer, N, 13:32.96; 2. Urban, LL, 14.12.18; 3. Grauer, D, 14:29.23. 400m relay — 1. Downs, 53.56; 2. Lucas-Luray, 57.29; 3. Lincoln, 57.9. 1,600m relay — 1. Natoma, 4:19.22; 2. Tipton, 4:22.64; 3. Wilson, 4:29.17. 800m relay — 1. Downs, 1:52.65; 2. Wilson, 1:53.59; 3. Lincoln, 2:04.17. Shot put — 1. Keever, D, 36-7; 2. Larsen, L, 31-8%; 3. Page!, 0,29-9 </,. Discus — 1. Page!, D, 87-5%; 2. Larsen, L, 83-714; 3. Ozias, D.80-8. High lump — 1. Dohl, S, 4-10; 2. Zachgo, T, 4-8; 3. Lyne, L, 4-8. Long jump — I. Adam, T, 16-11 M; 2. Berkley, D, 16-1; 3. Maupin, N, 15-10V4. Triple jump — 1. Adam, T, 34-10'A; 2. Doyle, T, 30-8?.; 3. Zweitel, LL, 30-5. Javelin — 1. Maupin, N, 113-2; 2. Rathbun, N, 104-9; 3. Larsen, L, 97-10. 1-70 LEAGUE At Sallna stadium BOYS Team scores Junction City 153, Salina South 106, Salina Central 100, Manhattan 75, Topeka High 62, Topeka West 55. Individual results Discus -1. Butler, SS, 142-9; 2. Polansky, M, 134-9; 3. Harvey, TH, 125-10. High lump -1. Polk, TW, 6-2; 2. Kemp, TH, 60; 3. Chaves, JC, 5-10. Javelin - 1. Keller, TH, 170-0; 2. Beno'it, SS, 156-7; 3. Ross, SS, 155-0; 4. Krug, SC, 152-8. Long Jump - 1. Richard, M, 21-10%; 2. Thompson, JC, 21-3V<; 3. Newman, SC, 213%; 5. Jackson, SS, 20-6%. Pole vault - 1. Kimmel, TW, 12-6; 2. Slowe, M, 12-0; 3. Quinn, M, 10-0; 4. Reinert, SS, 9-6. Shot put - 1. Butler, SS, 52-9 V4; 2. Alexander, TH, 47-9 «; 3. Hamilton, JC, 46-%; 6. Nor- ris.SS, 42-10%. Triple Jump - 1. Rankin, JC, 43-10'A; 2. Grayson, TH, 42-2V4; 3. Jackson, SS, 41-1014. 100m dash - 1. Newman, SC, 10.69; 2. Young, SS, 11.00; 3. Brown, M, 11.16. 110m hurdles - 1. Chaves, JC, 15.58; 2. Peters, M, 16.20; 3. Bishop, SC, 16.27; 4. Newcomer, SS, 16.49; 6. DeHaven, SC, 17.90. 200m dash - 1. Newman, SC, 21.50; 2. Young, SS, 22,46; 3. Thompson, JC, 22.68. 300m hurdles -1. Young, SC, 41.85; 2. Peoples, SS, 41.88; 3. Bishop, SC, 42.13; 5. Newcomer, SS, 44.11. 400m dash - 1. Newman, SC, 49.28; 2. Robinson, JC, 50.49; 3. Smilh, JC, 51.52; 5. Romlnger, SS, 51.80. 800m run - 1. Lee, JC, 1:57.34; 2. Hill, JC, 1:58.13; 3. Sligge, M, 2:00.31; 4. Schorn, SC, 2:01.13. 1,600m run - 1. Lee, JC, 4:28.95; 2. Moos, SC, 4:30.52; 3. Lamia, SS, 4:42.06. 3,200m run - 1. Moos, SC, 10:27.64; 2. Gerdel, TW, 10:33.58; 3. Wienander, M, 10:41.42; 4. Lamia, SS, 10:47.87; 6. Aflholder, SC, 10:48.47. 400m relay -1. Junction City, 43.00; 2. Salina South, 43.55; 3. Manhattan, 43.93. 1,600m relay - 1. Junction City, 3:25.43; 2. Salina South, 3:27.75; 3. Salina Central, 3:29.61. 3,200m relay - 1. Junction City, 8:17.20; 2. Central, 8:20.99; 3. Topeka High, 8:30.27; 4. South, 9:03.80. GIRLS Team scores Manhattan 117, Junction City 114, Salina South 110, Topeka High 81, Salina Central 61, Topeka West 37. Individual results Discus - 1. Sladel, SS, 118-1; 2. Tysinger, TH, 113-3; 3. Station, M, 105-10. High lump -1. Wright, TH, 5-8; 2. Banks, JC, 5-4; 3. Walston, M, 5-0; 4. Taylor, SS, 4-10. Javelin-1. Powell, SC, 116-10; 2. Stadel, SS, 111-2; 3. Self, TW, 101-2; 4. Powell, SS, 101-0; 5. Mueting, SS, 99-7. Long |ump -1. Wright, TH, 17-10'A; 2. Frost, SC, 16-7%; 3. Banks, JC, 16-7; 6. Tieking, SC, 16-0. Pole vault - t. Poell, M, 7-3; 2. Shev, TW, 56. Shot put - 1. Stadel, SS, 39-8%; 2. Counsellor, TH, 36-%; 3. King, JC, 35-1 %; 6. Johnson, SS, 32-10VS. Triple |ump - 1. Banks, JC, 34-5; 2. Schmidt, M, 33-10'A; 3. Vilkanskas, M, 33-7 •/,. 100m dash - 1. McClendon, JC, 12.35; 2. Blake, M, 12.72; 3. Williams, JC, 12.81. 100m hurdles -1. Wright, TH, 14.84; 2. Chronister, SS, 16.49; 3. Kiroball, M, 16.70; 4. Bixby, SS, 16.95. 200m dash - 1. McClendon, JC, 25.56; 2. Frost, SC, 26.03; 3. Williams, JC, 26.96. 300m hurdles -1. Wright, TH, 47.99; 2. Kimbell, M, 49.44; 3. Chronister, SS, 51.29; 5. Pratt, SS, 52.26; 6. Fox, SC, 52.50. 400m dash - 1. Blake, M, 1:00.77; 2. Strode, TW, 1:00.88; 3. Wrencher, JC. 1:03.15. 800m run - 1. Williams, SC, 2:28.59; 2. Pratt, SS. 2:29.77; 3. Ross, SS. 2:34.37; 5. Denault, SS, 2:39.37; 6. Sealon, SC, 2:40.45. 1,600m run -1. Kirk, TH, 5:31.55; 2. Williams, SC, 5:33.70; 3. McCumber, SS, 5:36.82; 4. Pratt. SS, 5:38.80; 5. Ross, SS, 5:48.74. 3,200m run - 1. Kirk, TH, 12:19.10; 2. McCumber, SS. 12:54.02; 3. Olsen, M. 13:04.27; 4. Hernandez, SS, 13:35.30. 400m relay -1. Junction City, 49.68; 2. Topeka West, 51.09; 3. Manhattan, 51.33; 4. Salina South, 52.86. 1,600m relay - 1. Junction City, 4:09.09; 2. Salina Central, 4:09.59; 3. Manhattan, 4:13.41; 4. Salina South, 4:17.94. 3,200m relay - 1. Manhattan, 10:36.87; 2. Junction City, 10:54.36; 3. Salina Central, 10:59.14; 4. Salina South, 11:06.75. Soccer High school EMPORIA 3, SALINA RAGE 1 Emporia 21-3 Sallna Rage 01-1 E — Goldstein, 22nd; E — Speck, 25lh; E — Roman, 49th; S — Mammen, 591h. Tennis Big 12 women KANSAS S, NEW MEXICO 3 Singles No. 1 — Friganovic, NM, daf. Hunt, 6-2, 6-3; No. 2 — Sim, K, del. Shortall, 7-5,6-1; No. 3 — Sell, K, del. Gutierrez, 7-5,7-5; No. 4 — Hites, NM, del. Sues, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3); No. 5 — Alekho- va, NM, del. Sidorova, 7-5, 6-0; No. 6 — Sekulov, K, del. Gerwin, 6-1,3-6,6-3. Doubles No. 1 — Sidorva-Sues, K, del. Gamin-Gutierrez, 9-7; No. 2 — Chiller-Sell, K, del. Hites- Alekova, 8-4. Junior high MCPHERSON GIRLS INVITATIONAL Team scores McPherson 37, Roosevelt-Lincoln 23, South South 30, Ellinwood 25, Undsborg 20, Junction City 13, Fort Riley 11, Kanopolis 0. SALINA SOUTH 3, JUNCTION CITY 1 No. 1 singles — Morgan, SS, def. Padilla, 86; No. 2 singles — Nordstrom, SS, del. Johnstone, 8-5; No. 1 doubles — Rupp-Dlnkel, SS, del. Upshaw-Heldslab, 8-3; No. 2 doubles — Osbom-lvory, JC, def. Buyse-Adams, 8-6. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 4 KANOPOLIS 0 No. 1 singles — Krug, R-L, def. Allen, 8-2; No. 2 singles — LoVullo, R-L, def. Davis, 8-0; No. 1 doubles — Alsop-Collins, R-L, def. Henry-Sneath, 8-0; No. 2 doubles — Holmes-Slru- ble, R-L, def. Strone-VanBuren, 8-1. SALINA SOUTH 4, FORT RILEY 0 No. 1 singles — Morgan, SS, def. Barlow, 80; No. 2 singles — Nordstrom, SS, def. Waters, 8-6; No. 1 doubles — Rupp-Dinkel, SS, del. Emerich-Rodriguez, 8-5; No. 2 doubles — Buyse-Adams, SS. def. Pasmino-Pease, 8-6. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 4 JUNCTION CITY 0 No. 1 singles — Krug, H-L, def. Padilla, 8-7 (7-5); No. 2 singles — LoVullo, R-L, del. Johnstone 8-1: No. 1 doubles — Alsop-Collins, R-L, def. Heldstab-Upshaw, 8-1; No. 2 doubles — Holmes-Struble, R-L, del. Osboum-lvory, 8-1 SALINA SOUTH 4, KANOPOLIS 0 No, 1 singles — Morgan, SS, def. Allen, 8-1; No. 2 singles — Nordstrom, SS, del. Davis, ,80; No. 1 doubles — Rupp-Dinkel, SS, del. Henry-Sneath, 8-2; No. 2 doubles — Buyse- Adams, SS, def. Strone-VanBuren, 8-0. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 3 LINDSBORG 1 No. 1 singles — Krug, R-L, del. Kahler, 8-1; No. 2 singles — LoVullo, R-L, def. Pihl, 8-0; No. 1 doubles — Berry-Tangkawarow, L, def. Alsop-Collins, 84; No. 2 doubles — Holmes- Struble, R-L, def. Chamber-O'Connor, 8-0. McPHERSON 3, SALINA SOUTH 0 No. 1 singles — Taylor, M, del. Morgan, 8-1; No. 1 doubles — Crist-Schultz, M, def. Rupp- Dinkel, 8-2; No. 2 doubles — Lelchl-Buehrfe, M, del. Buyse-Adams, 8-1. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 2 ELLINWOOD 2 No. 1 singles — Birzer, E, def. Krug, 8-5; No. 2 singles — Stickney, E, def. LoVullo, 8-5; No. 1 doubles — Alsop-Collins, R-L, del. Schartz- Fryberger, 8-3; No. 2 doubles — Holmes-Struble, R-L, def. Miller-Charles, 8-4. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 3 SALINA SOUTH 1 No. 1 singles — Krug, R-L, del. Morgan, 8-7 (7-5); No. 2 singles — LoVullo, R-L, def. Nordstrom, 8-4; No. 1 doubles — 1. Rupp-Dinkel, SS, del. Alsop-Collins, 8-1; No. 2 doubles — Holmes-Struble, R-L, def. Buyse-Adams, 8-0. SALINA SOUTH 3, ELLINWOOD 1 No. 1 singles — Morgan, SS, del. Birzer, 8-3; No. 2 singles — Nordstrom, SS, def. Stickney, 8-6; No. 1 doubles — Rupp-Dinkel, SS, del. Schartz-Fryberger, 8-1; No. 2 doubles — Miller- Charles, E, del. Buyse-Adams, 8-6. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 2 McPHERSON 2 No. 1 singles — Krug, R-L, del. Taylor, 8-7 (7-5); No. 2 singles — LoVullo, R-L, del. Archer, 8-2; No. 1 doubles — Crist-Schute, M, del. Alsop-Collins, 8-2; No. 2 doubles — Leicht-Buehrle, M, def. Holmes-Slruble, 8-6. SALINA SOUTH 3, LINDSBORG 1 No. 1 singles — Morgan, SS, del. Kahler, 86; No. 2 singles — Nordstrom, SS, daf. Pihl, 80; No. 1 doubles — Rupp-Dinkel, SS, def. Berry-Tangkawarow, 8-4; No. 2 doubles — Chamber-O'Connor, L, del. Buyse-Adams, 8-3. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 4 FORT RILEY 0 No. 1 singles — Krug, R-L, del. Barlow, 8-3; No. 2 singles — LoVullo, R-L, def. Waters, 8-1; No. 1 doubles — Alsop-Collins, R-L, def. Emerich-Rodriguez, 8-1; No. 2 doubles — Holmes-Slnible, R-L, del. Pasmino-Pease, 8-3. Golf PGA scores IRVING, Texas (AP) — Scores Friday alter the second round of the $2.5 million Byron Nelson Classic, played on the 6,924-yard, par-70 (3535) TPC at Las Colinas and 6,846-yard, par-70 (34-36) Cotlonwood Valley course: Hal Button 66-65—131 Harn'son Frazar 64-68—132 Fred Couples 66-67—133 Robert Damron 68-65—133 Bob Friend 63-70—133 Bob Estas 66-68—134 JetlSluman 67-67—134 TedTryba 66-68—134 Phil Mickelson 66-68—134 Tom Watson 64-70—134 John Cook 66-68—134 Scott Gump 65-70—135 Russ Cochran 68-67—135 Jay Don Blake 67-68—135 Payne Stewart 68-67—135 Jim Carter 68-68—136 Jim Furyk 66-70—136 Tiger Woods 65-71—136 Mark O'Meara 67-69—136 Donnie Hammond 66-70—136 Gabriel Hierlstedt 70-66—136 BobTway 70-66—136 Doug Martin 69-68—137 Len Mattiace 71-66—137 Willie Wood 69-66—137 Frank Lickliter 65-72—137 Glen Hnatiuk 68-69—137 Blaine McCallister 65-72—137 Steve Flesch 71-66—137 Chris Perry 67-70—137 Rocco Mediate 67-70—137 Corey Pavin 70-67—137 Justin Leonard 68-69—137 Craig Barlow 69-68—137 Lee Rinker 69-68—137 OmarUresti 69-68—137 Larry Mize 69-69—138 Phil Blackmar 69-69—138 Paul Goydos 72-66—138 Glen Day 68-70—138 DonPooley 67-71—138 Phil Tataurangi 70-68—138 Chris DiMarco 67-71—138 Dan Foreman 67-71—138 Peter Jacobsen 70-68—138 Tim Herron 69-69—138 Emie Els 69-69—138 Craig Stadler 71-67—138 Seniors scores BELTON, Mo. (AP) — Scores Friday's after the first round ol the $1 million Saint Luke's Seniors Classic, played on the 6,539-yard, par 3535—70 Loch Lloyd Country Club: Fred Gibson 32-33—65 Bruce Summerhays 32-36—68 Larry Ziegler 34-35—69 Isao Aoki 35-35—70 Bob E. Smith 35-36—71 Bob Duval 36-35—71 Don Klenk 35-36—71 Ed Sneed 36-35—71 Charles Coody 33-38—71 Tom Wargo 35-36—71 Chuck Thorpe 39-33—72 Don Maddox 35-37—72 Dana Quigley 35-37—72 Jim Colbert 36-36—72 Bob Murphy 36-36—72 Mike McCullough 36-36—72 Bobby Stroble 35-37—72 Tom Jenkins 38-35—73 Rik Massengale 36-37—73 Jerry McGee 35-38—73 Miller Barber 36-37—73 Tom Shaw 38-35—73 Dave Eichelberger 36-37—73 Gibby Gilbert 36-37—73 CaMn Peete 37-37—74 Don January 37-37—74 David Graham 38-36—74 KermitZarley 39-35—74 Lee Trevino 37-37—74 RayArinno 36-38—74 Kurt Cox 36-39—75 Lee Elder 35-40—75 Walt Morgan 36-39—75 Bruce Crampton 36-39—75 Brace Devlin 38-37—75 Jim Dent 36-39 : -75 Hugh Balocchl 37-38—75 Bob Wynn 36-39—75 Dick Hendrickson 40-35—75 Jesse Palino 39-37—76 Buzz Thomas 36-40—76 Leonard Thompson 36-40—76 Harold Henning 37-39—76 Bob Lunn 38-38—76 Jerry Heard 38-38—76 Joe Inman 38-38—76 John Paul Cain 37-39—76 Jimmy Powell 40-36—76 Don Bies 38-38—76 John Mahalfey 38-38—76 Bruce Lehnhard 37-39—76 LPGA scores ROCKLAND, Del: (AP) — Scores Friday after the second round ol the $1.3 million McDonald's LPGA Championship, played on the 6,386-yard, par-71 DuPont Country Club course: Se Ri Pak 65-68—133 Lisa Walters 66-69—135 Lisa Hackney 70-66—136 Dale Eggellng 68-69—137 Donna Andrews 71-67—138 Wendy Ward 71-67—138 Jane Geddes 69-69—138 Emllee Klein 72-67—139 Tammie Green 72-68—140 MegMallon 71-69—140 Dawn Coe-Jones 71-69—140 Annette DeLuca 70-70—140 Chris Johnson 69-71—140 Kelly Robblns 69-71—140 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 71 -70—141 Maria Hjorth 71-70—141 Juli Inkster 70-71—141 Mlchele Redman . 70-71—141 Uselotte Neumann 73-69—142 Joanne Moriey 73-69—142 Michelle Estill 72-70—142 Missie Berteotti 72-70—142 KrisTschetter ' 71-71—142 Rachel Hetherington 71-71—142 Helen Altredsson 71-71—142 Catrin Nilsmark 69-73—142 Michelle McGann 68-74—142 Jenny Udback 70-73—143 Penny Hammel ' 70-73—143 Kim Salki ' 69-74—143 Vickie Odegard 69-74—143 Kris Monaghan 75-69—144 Janice Mcodie 75-69—144 Brandle Burton 74-70—144 Catriona Matthew 74-70—144 Krtsti Albers 73.71—144 Annika Sorenstam 73-71—144 Alison Nicholas 73-71—144 Marta Figueras-Dotti 72-72—144 Charlotte Sorenstam 72-72—144 Betsy King 71-73—144 KarrieWebB 71-73—144 Carin Koch 71-73—144 Pat Hurst ' 71-73—144 Tracy Hanson 71-73—144 Barb Mucha 70-74—144 Cindy McCurdy 70-74—144 Beth Daniel 70-74—144 Joan Pitcock 69-75—144 Susie Redman 68-76—144 Heather Daly-Donolrio' 68-76—144 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 74-71—145 Caroline McMillan 73-72—145 Wendy Doolan 73-72—145 Laura Dairies 72-73—145 Pat Bradley 72-73—145 Lorie Kane 72-73—145 DanaDormann 71-74—145 Marianne Morris 71-74—145 Sally Little 76-70—146 Helen Dobson 76-70—146 Nancy Lopez 75-71—146 Sherri Slelnhauer 73-73—146 Nancy Scranton 73-73—146 Maggie Halpln 73-73—146 Gall Graham 73-73—146 Cindy Flgg-Currier 73-73—146 Missie McGeorge 72-74—146 Michelle Dobek 72-74—146 Eva Dahllol 72-74—146 Diane Barnard. 72-74—146 Jackie Gallagher-Smilh 71-75—146 Hollis Slacy 68-78—146 High school NCAA LEAGUE At Russell Team scores Ellsworth 334, Belleville 341, Russell 382, Beloit 401, Minneapolis 409. Medalists 1. Sells, Bell, 79; 2. Welch, Belo, 80; 3. Peschka, E, 82; 4. Kohls, E, 82; 5. Hammel, E, 84; 6. Childs, Bell, 86; 7. Maddux, E, 86; B. Couture, Bell, 86; 9. Biroher, E, 88; 10. Hamlin, R, 90. NORTHWEST KANSAS LEAGUE Team scores Hoxie 346, Oberlin 353, Colby 361, Goodland 365, Oakley 379, Atwood 385, Quintet 428. Medalists 1. Vollertsen, Ob, 78; 2. Aten, Ob, 79; 3. Schalfer, H, 84; 4. Harrison, G, 85; 5. Pope, H, 86; 6. Johnson, C, 87; 7. Epp, C, 88; B. Karnes, H, 88; 9. Feldt, H, 88; 10. Terry, A, 89. .MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Smith Center Country Club, Par 71 Team scores 6 man scores — Smith Center 505, Plainville 544, Stockton 549, Ellis 551, Osborne 555, Phillipsburg 556, Norton 561, Hill City 571, Trego 588. 4 man scores — Smith Center 327, Osbome 352, Slockton 355, Phillipsburg 357, Plainville 362, Trego 370, Norton 379, Ellis 388, Hill City 388. 2 man scores — Ellis 156, Smilh Center 180, Norton 182, Plainville 182, Hill City 183, Stockton 194, Phillipsburg 199, Osbome 214, Trego 220. Medalists 1. Hoover, Ph, 76; 2. Newman, E, 77; 3. Phelps, SC, 78; 4. Davidson, SC, 78; 5. Mickelson, E, 79. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Purchased the contract ol RHP Bobby Munoz Irom Rochester of the International League.. Optioned C Charlie Greene to Rochester. BOSTON RED SOX—Placed RHP Brian Rose on 15-day disabled list. Recalled LHP Steve Avery from Pawtucket ol the International League. TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS—Recalled LHP Scott Aldred Irom Durham ol the International League. Optioned LHP Ramon Tatis to Hudson Valley ol the New York-Penn League. Transferred RHP Bryan Rekar Irom the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list, retroactive to March 31. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS-Claimed RHP Amaury Telemaco otl waivers Irom the Chicago Cubs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Relumed RHP Frank Lanklord to the New York Yankees lor cash. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Recalled RHP Brady Raggio Irom Memphis ol he PCL. Optioned RHP Sean Lowe to Memphis. FOOTBALL National Football League CLEVELAND BROWNS-Named Phil Neri director ot college scouting. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Re-signed LB Bryan Schwartz, LB Kevin Hardy and G Rich Tylski. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Named Tom Modrak director of foolball operalions. TENNESSEE OILERS-Agreed to terms with OL Evan Pilgrim. SPORTS DIGEST, Record throw The Associated Press Kansas State's Renetta Seller won the hammer at Friday's Big 12 Track and Field Championships in Columbia, Mo., with a throw of 209 feet and 4 inches. Seller's mark set a meet record. Baseball BALTIMORE — Mike Mussina, who sustained , a broken nose and cut face when struck in the ] face by a Sandy Alomar line drive Thursday j night, will not be placed on the disabled list. An ; optimistic Orioles manager Ray Miller, howeyer,; wouldn't say whether he expects his ace to be. ready. Basketball NEWTON, Mass. — Former Boston College;£ ketball coach Jim O'Brien and the school have settled a lawsuit in which he suggested racism,. | may have been a factor in the rejection of two re-J cruits. In the agreement, announced today by * ; Boston College, the school was allowed to detfef- | mine the financial settlement. Details were not i released. The school said O'Brien, now head ! coach at Ohio State, denied the suit was intended! to suggest Boston College was racist. The suit I contended that the school allowed admissions di-; rector John Mahoney "to conduct reviews of applicants with an apparent bias against Africato l & Americans." O'Brien offered full scholarships to recruits Elton Tyler and Jonathan DePina in -September 1996, but Mahoney rejected both because of what he said were suspected academic short-« comings. '"! Football STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — The Penn State Board of Trustees on Friday unanimously approved an.' $84 million project to add nearly 10,000 seats tQ^J Beaver Stadium to meet rising ticket demand-, '•• university President Graham Spanier said. Th£ expansion would give the college stadium capacity for 103,500 fans, making it larger than the University of Tennessee's Neyland Stadium, currently the largest on-campus college football stadium. But by the time Penn State's projected comple^ " tion date in 2001, the University of Michigan will have expanded Michigan Stadium to more than;".' 107,000 seats. The expansion includes the addi.' ' tion of a second tier consisting of chairback se 1 ats in the south end zone that parallels the north'ad- dition of 1991. It includes approximately 6,000 general seats and 4,000 club-level seats. At least'' 58 enclosed skyboxes in a three-level pavilion be« hind the east stands will also be built. Skybox 1 :';, 1 ;"'.; leases will cost $45,000 to $65,000 per year plus-the cost of game tickets, with five-, seven- and 10-ye§.r lease options available. .,. : .i Hockey NEW YORK — The blame for hockey's dismaJ' ratings this year can't be put at the feet of Fox'S'' promotion department. The network won the »> Grand Clio advertising award Thursday for pro:.; motional spots the network ran for its NHL cov-J erage. This marked the first time a network television campaign has won advertising's top !'' award. Fox's regular-season ratings fell 24 per- > cent from a high in 1996 and playoff ratings ai;g down as well. The network is in the middle of' •-..-/. talks with the league about whether to extend its $31 million a year contract, which ends after next season. ~ ! Tennis ROME — One day after surprising top-ranked^ Pete Sampras, Michael Chang was beaten Friday by unseeded Albert Costa 6-2, 6-1 in the quartej^fir nals of the Italian Open. In defeating Sampras, Xi the 14th-ranked Chang had outserved one of the'f game's big hitters. Against Costa, ranked No. 20v Chang struggled to hold service and repeatedly' • came up short on rallies from the baseline. Chang said part of his difficulty was an unspecified in-' jury to his left wrist. Costa's semifinal opponejiii today will be No. 12 seed Alberto Berasategui. No. 3 Marcelo Rios of Chile; who had dropped only : y. games through three matches, beat No. 11 Richard Krajicek 7-6 (11-9), 6-3. He faces Gustavo Kuerten of Brazil in the other semifinal. r '-C$ »" SARASOTA, Fla. — Karolj Seles, the father'aitd coach of women's tennis star Monica Seles, has lost his five-year battle with cancer. Seles, 64, -;j died Thursday. ..* : ~* <-!• 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 '' i >' Heart ol America Sports Camps 785-827-6229,, Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 785-862-7223 . '' , Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 1 ' u Kansas City Royals ticket oHice 800-676-9257 . r. Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2287 ]'• "' Kansas Wesleyan athletic department 785-827-5541 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 785-628-8614 ' , Salina Municipal Golf 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: , - r ; Wichila Greyhound Park 316-755-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978-3267

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