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DB SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule AUTO RACING 11 a.m. — NHRA Drag Racing, Mopar Parts Nationals. TNN, cable 34. Noon — NASCAR Auto Racing, Busch Grand National Series, Corestates Advantage 200, ES- PN; cable 38. Noon — SCCA Trans-Am Auto Racing, Metro-Dade Homestead Trans-Am, TNN. cable 34. - 12:30 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, time trials lor Indy 500, ABC, cable 10. 2 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, time trials tor Indy 500, ESPN2, cable 39. 4 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, time trials lor Indy 500, ESPN, cable 38. 4 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing, Mopar Parts Nationals, TNN, cable 34. BASEBALL Noon — Major League Baseball, Kansas City • at Boston, KMBC, cable 9. 12:20 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati, WGN. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Seattle at Toronto, ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 2:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Indiana at Chicago, NBC. cable 3,13. GOLF 2 p.m. — PGA Goll, Byron Nelson Classic, ABC, cable 10. 2 p.m. — Senior PGA Goll, St. Luke's Classic, ESPN, cable 38. 3 p.m. — LPGA Goll, McDonald's LPGA Championship, CBS, cable 5,12. HOCKEY 1 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, St. Louis at Detroit, FOX. cable 4. SOCCER . 2 p.m. — Major League Soccer, Los Angeles at Columbus, Univision, cable 58. TENNIS 11:30 p.m. — Men's tennis, Italian Open, ES- PN, cable 38. Hockey NHL playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Thursday, May 7 . Washington 4, Ottawa 2 - Dallas 3, Edmonton 1 • , - Friday, May 8 • Buffalo 3, Montreal 2 (ot) " SI. 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 (2ol). Detroit 3, St. Louis 2 (2ot) • - Wednesday, May 13 - Washington 2, Ottawa 0 Dallas 3, Edmonton 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 Dallas 2, Edmonton 1, Dallas wins series, 4-1 Sunday, May 17 ' St. Louis at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Tuesday, May 19 Detroit at St. Louis, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN), if necessary Thursday, May 21 SI. Louis at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN), if necessary Basketball NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 16 Utah 112, LA Lakers 77, Utah leads series 1 -0 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 Utah al LA Lakers, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Monday, May 25 Chicago at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Tuesday, May 26 LA Lakers at Ulah, a p.m. (NBC), if necessary Wednesday, May 27 Indiana al 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 al Chicago, TBA (NBC), it necessary LA Lakers at Ulah, TBA (NBC), if necessary NBA summary JAZZ 112, LAKERS 77 LA LAKERS (77) Horry 2-4 2-2 7, Fox 5-9 2-2 15, O'Neal 6-16 7-16 19, Jones 2-6 2-2 6, Rsher 1-31-43, Van Exel 1-9 4-6 6, Bryant 4-14 8-12 16, Btount 1-2 0-0 2, Campbell 1-4 1-23, Barry 0-6 0-0 0, . Rooks 04 OX) 0, Bennett 0-10-00. Totals 23-78 27-46 77. 'UTAH (112) Malone 11-21 7-8 29, Russell 4-7 2-310, Foster 5-7 0-010, Homacek 0-31-11, Stockton 3-5 3-4 9, Eisley 6-81-114, Ostertag 1-2 0-0 2, Morris 3-6 2-310, Carr 5-10 0-010, Anderson 3-846 10, Keele 1-2 34 5, Vaughn 1-10-02. Totals 43-8023-30112. LA Lakers 13 22 30 12— 77 Utah 24 37 30 21—112 . 3-Point goals—Los Angeles 4-23 (Fox 3-5 Horry 1-1, Rsher 0-1, Jones 0-2, Barry 0-4, Van Exel 0-5, Bryant 0-5), Utah 34 (Morris 2-2, Eisley 1-1. Anderson 0-1). Fouled out—None. Re- 'bounds—Los Angeles 56 (Blount 9), Utah 68 (Anderson 11). Assists—Los Angeles 12 (Van Exel 3)> Ulatl 31 (Stockton, Eisley 9). Tola louls—Los Angeles 23, Utah 30. Technicals- Los Angeles coach Harris, Van Exel. Flagran louls—Jones, Van Exel. A—19,911 (19,911). Baseball 2-1). LP—Smith (4-3). HR—TT: Bard. MVC tournament MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE At Evansville, Ind. Wednesday's results Southwest Missouri Slate 12, Illinois Stale 11 Wichita Stale 6, Creighton 4 Indiana Stale 8, Evansville 5 Thursday's results Evansville 5, Creighton 2 (Creighton elimlnat- o) Wichita State 12, Illinois Stale 1 (Illinois State liminated) Southwest Missouri State 16, Indiana Slate 6 Friday's results Evansville 11, Indiana Stale 10 (Indiana State liminaled) Wichila Slate 19, Southwest Missouri Stale 9 Evansville 11, Southwest Missouri State 10 Southwest Missouri State eliminated) Saturday's result Championship Wichita Stale 22, Evansville 6 (Evansville elim- nated) MVC linescore WICHITA STATE 22, EVANSVILLE 6 Wichita State 014 530 072 - 22 18 0 vansville 000 300 030 - 6 13 3 Bauer, Bluma (7) and Preston; Brown, Leger 4), Kremer (5), Molina (8) and Hodges. W-Bauer (4-1). LP-Brown (6-7). S-Bluma 10). 2B-WS: Blue, Hill, Hooper 2; E: Pembroke, ;arroll. 3B-E: Connors. HR-WS: Blue, Mag- ess; E: Hodges, McMillin. State college Friday's game SONOMA STATE, CALIF. 5 FORT HAYS STATE 4 ort Hays Slate 000020101— 4 12 0 xmoma State 000 001 04x — 5 8 0 Brungardt, Field (8) and Sigg; Meixner, Ball (7) nd Ciraulo. WP — Ball (7-0). LP — Field (4-2). B — FH: Ysac; S: Ciraulo, Vogel. Junior varsity Friday's games SALINA SOUTH 13, TMP-MARIAN 3 TMP-Marian 000 21 — 3 6 3 Salina South 166 Ox — 13 11 0 WP — Vinduska. LP — Gottschalk. 2B — TMP: Billingei; SS: Nave. 3B — SS: McClain. ffl — TMP: Hammerschmidt; SS: C.Pemble- on. SALINA SOUTH 13, TMP-MARIAN 3 TMP-Marian 003 00 — 3 7 2 Salina South 313 51 — 13 12 1 WP — C.Pemblelon. LP — Creamer. 2B — TMP: Creamer, Hammerschmidt; SS: Engel, Tibbits. HR — SS: C.Pembleton. Track & field 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 Slate 11, Missouri 8 (Missouri elim Inated) Oklahoma 10, Texas A&M 4 Texas Tech 11, Baylor 4 Saturday's results - Texas A&M 8, Baylor 5 (Baylor eliminated) Oklahoma 9, Oklahoma State 4 (Oklahoma Stale eliminated) Texas A&M 11, Texas Tech 7 Sunday's games Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech, 1 p.m. Championship Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma-Texas Tech winner 7p.m. Big 12 linescores OKLAHOMA 9, OKLAHOMA STATE 4 Oklahoma 001 421 001—9 15 0 Oklahoma Slate 000 001 021 — 4 8 Hoerman, Pascucci (6), Manwell (7), Park (7 and Belts; Praia, Hunt (5), Bludau (7) and Holli day. WP—Hoerman (7-4). LP—Praia (5-3) HR—O: Hart, Park, Elsey. TEXAS A&M 8, BAYLOR 5 Baylor 020 021 000 —5 9 5 TexisAiM 050 020 10x —8 11 Bergman, Visker (7), Scott (8). Bradford (B and Polk; Possum, Russ (6) and Sandusky WP—Fossum (11-2). LP—Bergman (7-7). S— Russ (1). TEXAS A4M 11, TEXAS TECH 7 Texas Tech 000002104—711 6 TexasA&M 132 003 02x —11 14 2 Smilh, Nelson (8) and Bard; Scarcella, Welle (9), French (9) and Sandusky. WP—Scarcella I Today's schedule SUNDAY, MAY 17 BASEBALL Kansas City at Boston, 12:05 p.m. Big 12 results COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Saturday's finals results from the Big 12 Outdoor Championships, held at the Audrey J. Wallon Track. MEN Individual results Decathlon — 1. Henrichs, N, 7390.2. Strinde- berg, M, 7355. 3. Madden, T, 7343. 4. Meyer, ASM, 7290.5. Guy Emry, N, 6895.6. Morris, K, 6846.7. Ware, ASM, 6836. Shot put — 1. Melson, N, 59-5%. 2. Roesler, ', 57-9.3. Adam Jenkins, T, 56-5'A. 4. Sisney, :S, 55-7.5. Lowrance, A4M, 55-6%. 6. Wamn, N, 55-5. 7. Price, M, 55-3 'A. 8. Pelerson, KS, 53-9%. WOMEN Individual results Heptathlon — 1. Mason, K, 5571.2. Kvalvik, t/l, 5346.3. Szlenoakova, IS, 5271.4. Sommer- eldt, M, 5107. 5. Aholt, M, 5065. 6. Hudson, ASM, 4951. 7. Moran, M, 4949. 8. Hudson, MM, 4875. Triple jump — 1. Bowers, B, 44-5.2. Clariett, \&M, 42-3%. 3. Ingram, N, 42-2'A. 4. Polk, TT, 1-8.5. West, KS, 39-3%. 6. Miller, M, 38-11 V4. . Prebyl, N, 38-4'A. 8. Banks, A&M, 37-3%. MVC results CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Results Salur- day from the Missouri Valley Conference track meet (all race distances in meters): MEN Team scores Northern Iowa 59, Southern Illinois, Illinois State 36, Wichita Slate 36, Indiana Slate 23, Southwest Missouri State 10, Drake 4. Individual results Steeplechase—1. Brock, Northern Iowa, 9:02.58. 2. Strydom, Wichita Stale, 9:06.87. 3. Birkmeier, Illinois Stale, 9:17.01. 4. Parks, Southern Illinois, 9:28.41. 5. Rushing, Southern Illinois, 9:34.36. 6. Pelipren, Indiana State, 9:44.22. 10,000m run—1. Bailey, Illinois Slate, 31:45.76.2. Kepler, Northern Iowa, 31:54.69.3. Parks, Southern Illinois, 31:57.32. 4. Timar, Northern Iowa, 32:02.00. 5. Staples, Southwest Missouri State, 32:08.25.6. Semelroth, Northern Iowa, 32:12.66. Hammer throw—1. Barrett, Illinois State, 2089. 2. Jarboe, Illinois Slate, 195-1. 3. Cook, Wichita State, 188-1.4. Davis, Indiana Slate, 1731.5. Wignall, Illinois State, 170-8.6. Sandusky, Southern Illinois, 168-10. Long jump—1. Young, Indiana Slate, 25-5 M. 2. Vartack, Wichita State, 24-9 '/<. 3. Bowers, Southern Illinois, 24-7'A. 4. Jeraldo, Southern Illinois, 24-3y.. 5. McKee, Southern Illinois, 2311.6. Jackson, Indiana State, 23-3 'A. Pole vault—1. Rovan, Northern Iowa, 17-1 'A. 2. Boxley, Wichila State, 16-9V4.3. Pauli, Northem Iowa, 15-9%. 4. Mull, Wichila State, 15-9*. S. Mischke, Northern Iowa, 15-5U. 6. Gayde, Indiana Slate, 14-6. Javelin—1. Resmer, Southern Illinois, 201-1. 2. Rovan, Northern Iowa, 200-1. 3. Olson, Southern Illinois, 190-11.4. Lovelace, Southern Illinois, 182-4. 5. Mulll, Wichita State, 1784. 6. Lovelace, Southern Illinois, 170-2. WOMEN Team scores Wichita State 58, Indiana State 31, Southwest Missouri Slate 31, Illinois State 27, Southern Illinois 26, Bradley 18, Drake 15, Northern Iowa 1. Individual results 3,000m run—1. Hill, Bradley, 9:56.72. 2. Menser, Indiana Stale, 10:05.48. 3. Swartz, Wichita Stale, 10:12.60. 4,. French, Southern Illinois, 10:21.99. 5. Boucher, Wichita Stale, 10:24.73.6. Thilges, Northern Iowa, 10:27.40. 10,000m run—1. Monaco, Southern Illinois, 3725.73. 2. Zimmerman, Bradley, 37:43.37. 3. Beste, Illinois Stale, 37:52.68. 4. Sudbeck, Drake, 38:27.46. 5. Decker, Indiana State, 39:09.45.6. Simon, Illinois Slate, 39:21.38. Javelin—1. Alexander, Wichita State, 176-10. 2. Eagan, Wichita Slate, 168-7. 3. Akin, Southwest Missouri State, 142-8.4. Parkinson, South- em Illinois, 133-0. 5. Fletcher, Illinois Stale 1312.6. House, Drake, 124-2. Shot put—1. Miller, Northern Iowa 47-8'A. 2. Jackson, Wichita Stale, 46-10%. 3. Wheeler, Illinois State, 44-9%. 4. Joy, Illinois Stale, 44-8.5. Oliver, Southwest Missouri State, 42-9. 6. Owens, Indiana Slate, 41-8. Pole vault—1. Bowers, Indiana State, 11-1 % 2. Welty, Wichita Slate, 10-9%. 3. Simmons, Wi- chila Stale, 10-9%. 4. Siler, Illinois State, 109%. 5. Nitzsche, Southern Illinois, 10-2.6. Johnson, Drake, 9-6%. Long lump—1. Walklns, Southwest Missouri State, 18-10. 2. Butler, Southwest Missour State, 18-9VS. 3. Taylor, Indiana Slate, 18-8V. 4. Ryan, Indiana Stale, 18-8. 5. Garrett, South' west Missouri State, 18-8.6. Broland, Drake, 18 7V4. High school 1998 REGIONAL SITES Friday, May 22 CLASS 6A At Derby — Derby, Emporia, Junction City Manhattan, Topeka High, Topeka Washbum Rural, Wichita East, Wichita Southeast. At Overland Park — KC Schlagle, KC Wash inglon, Lawrence High, Leavenworth, Olalhe East, Olathe North, Olalhe South, SM North west. At Stltwell — KC Harmon, BV North, BV Northwest, BV Slilwell, SM East, SM North. SM South, SM West. At Wichita — Dodge City, Garden City Hutehinson, Wichita Heights, Wichila North, Wi chita Northwest, Wichita South, Wichita West. CLASS 5A At El Dorado — Andover, Arkansas City, Col feyville, El Dorado, Fort Scott, Independence Pittsburg, Winlield. At Newton — Goddard, Liberal, Maize, Newton, Valley Center, Wichila Carroll, Wichita Campus, Wichila Kapaun. At Salina — Buhler, Great Bend, Hays, McPherson, Salina Central, Salina Soulh, Topeka Seaman, Topeka West. At Overland Park — KC Turner, KC Wyandotte, Lawrence Free State, SI. Thomas quinas, Paola, SM Miege, Shawnee Heights, opeka Highland Park. CLASS 4A At Abilene — Abilene, Baldwin, Belolt, Sanla e Trail, Chapman, Clay Cenler, Concordia, Council Grove, Ellsworth, Gardner-Edgerton, esston, Smoky Valley, Louisburg, Ottawa, pring Hill, Wamego. At Fredonla — Labetle County, Augusta, lurtington, Chanute, Columbus, Douglass, Freonia, Anderson County, Girard, lola, Prairie lew, Mulvane, Osawatomie, Parsons, Rose Hill, Circle. At Sabetha — Atchison, Maur Hill, Basehor- Linwood, Bonner Springs, DeSolo, Hiawatha, lollon, KC Piper, KC Sumner, KC Ward, Lansng, Marysville, Perry-Lecompton, Sabetha, "onganoxie, Topeka Hayden. At Scott City — Andale, Chaparral, Clearwa- er, Colby, Goodland, Haven, TMP-Marian, lugolon, Kingman, Larned, Nickerson, Pratt, Russell, Scott City, Ulysses, Wellington. CLASS 3A At Cheney — Northern Heights, Belle Plaine, 'aney, Cheney, Chase County, Conway Springs, Eureka, Halstead, Herington, Hillsboro, outhweslem Heights, Bluestem, Marion, Medi- Ine Lodge, Oxford, Wichila Collegiate. At Hoyt — Ml. St. Scholastica, Pleasant ikjge, Atchison County, Mission Valley, Eudora, Morton, Royal Valley, Immaculata, McLoulh, Jeff Vest, Oskaloosa, Riley County, Rock Creek, St. riarys, Nemaha Valley, Silver Lake. At Mound CHy — NE Arma, Baxter Springs, E Cherokee, Cherryvale, Erie, Galena, Hum- Midi. Lyndon, Jayhawk Linn, Neodesha, Osage City, Pomona, Central Heights, Riverton, Wellsville, Yales Center. At Smith Center — Belleville, Cimarron, •Ilinwood, SE Saline, Hoisington, Holcomb, .akin, Lyons, Minneapolis, Norton, Oakley, Oberiin, Phillipsburg, SJ Mililary, Smith Cenler, "'ego. CLASS 2A At Dodge City — Bucklin, Caldwell, Elkhart, 3arden Plain, Greensburg, Hulchinson Trinity, nman, Stanlon County, Kinsley, Fairfield, rieade, St. John, Spearville, Sterling, Subletle, Syracuse. At Hill City — Atwood, Dighton, Ellis, Hill City, loxie, Leoli, Lincoln, Mankato, Ness City, Osbome, Otis-Bison, Plainville, Ouinter, SI. Francis, Stockton, Victoria. At Onaga — Wabaunsee, Valley Heights, Ell- Saline, Burlingame, Canton-Galva, Clifton- Clyde, Goessel, Jackson Heights, Moundridge, Onaga, Rossville, Troy, Valley Falls, Washing- on, Wathena, Jell North. At Pleasanton — Alloona Midway, Central Burden, Berean Academy, Fronlenac, Hartford, rVesl Elk, Marmaton Valley, Olpe, Peabody, Pittsburg Colgan, Pleasanton, Sedan, Sedgwick, Udall, Unionlown, Remington. CLASS1A At Marysville — Axtell, Baileyville, SJ Beloit, Jenninglon, Bern, White Rock, Waconda East, Cenlralla, Hillcresl, Midway Demon, Downs, Elwood, Frankfort, Glasco, Hanover, Highland, Jewell, St. Xavier, Linn, Miltonvale, North Cen- ral, BV Randolph, Pike Valley, Solomon, "escott, Waketield, Welmore. At Emporia — Bunion, Cedar Vale, Cbetopa, Crest, Dexter, Gridley, Hamilton, Hope, Central Christian, Lebo, LeRoy, Little River, Elk Valley, Centre, Madison, Marals des Cygnes, Kansas Deaf, Oswego, Flinlhills, St. Paul, Salina Sacred Heart, Soulh Haven, Thayer, Waverly, White Ity, Wichila Independent, Williamsburg. At Hays — Eastern Heights, Northern Valley, Cheylin, Brewsler, Ouivira Heights, Clallin, Wheatland, Grinnell, Healy, Hemdon, Jennings, <ensinglon. LaCrosse, Lenora, Logan, Lucas- iray, Moriand, Naloma, Palco, Ransom, Gold- n Plains, Sharon Springs, Sylvan, Tipton, Utica, Weskan, Wilson, Triplains. At Dodge City — Argonia, Ashland, Atlica, azine, Chase, Coldwater, Cunningham, Deer- eld, Fowler, Hanston, Haviland, Ingalls, Jetmore, Soulh Barber, Lewis, Macksville, Minneo- a, South Gray, Moscow, Norwich, Pratt Skyline, 'retty Prairie, Protection, Rolla, Pawnee Heights, Satanla, Stafford, Tribune. Golf PGA scores IRVING, Texas (AP) — Scores Saturday alter he third round of the $2.5 million Byron Nelson Classic, played on the 6,924-yard, par-70 TPC at Las Colinas and 6,846-yard, par-70 Cottonwood Valley course: Fred Couples 66-67-63—196 -larrison Frazar 64-68-66—198 Hal Button 66-65-68—199 John Cook 66-68-66—200 Bob Friend 63-70-68—201 Jim Carter 68-68-66-202 Clark Dennis 67-72-63—202 Payne Stewart 68-67-68—203 Jeff Sluman 67-67-69—203 Phil Mickelson 66-68-69—203 Sieve Strieker 67-72-65—204 Trevor Dodds 68-71-65-204 Jim Furyk 66-70-68—204 Jay Don Blake 67-66-69—204 Scott Gump 65-70-69—204 TedTryba 66-68-70—204 Bob Estes 66-68-70—204 Glen Day 68-70-67—205 Peter Jacobsen 70-68-67—205 Tim Herron • 69-69-67—205 Ronnie Black 73-66-66-205 Tommy Amour III 67-72-66—205 BobTway 70-66-69—205 Kenny Perry 67-72-66—205 Tom Kile 69-70-66-205 Mark O'Meara 67-69-69-205 Tiger Woods 65-71-69—205 Esteban Toledo 72-67-66—205 Russ Cochran 68-67-70-205 Robert Damron 68-65-72—205 PhilTataurangi 70-68-68—206 Chris DiMarco 67-71-68—206 Lee Rinker 69-68-69—206 Scotl McCarron 66-72-68—206 Corey Pavin 70-67-69—206 Justin Leonard 68-69-69—206 Blaine McCallister 65-72-69—206 Steve Flesch 71-66-69—206 Kirk Triplet! 69-70-67—206 Donnie Hammond 66-70-70—206 Gabriel Hjertstedt 70-66-70—206 Tom Watson 64-70-72—206 Dan Foreman 67-71-69—207 Phil Blackmar 69-69-69—207 Paul Goydos 72-66-69—207 Craig Stadler 71-67-69-207 Rocco Mediate 67-70-70—207 Brad Fabel 7049-68—207 Willie Wood 69-66-70—207 Doug Martin 69-68-70—207 Len Mattiace 71-66-70—207 Don Pooley 67-71-70—208 Larry Mize 69-69-70—208 John Daly 67-71-70—208 Fulton Allem 69-70-69—208 Mike Hulbert 71-68-69—208 Vance Veazey 69-70-69—208 Sieve Jones 69-70-69—208 R.W. Eaks 66-73-69-208 Ernie Els 69-69-71—209 Craig Barlow 69-68-72—209 JimMcGovem 71-67-71—209 Frank Lickliler 65-72-72—209 Glen Hnaliuk 68-69-72—209 Ben Bales 65-74-70—209 Mike Heinen 70-69-70—209 Nolan Henke 75-64-70—209 Ben Crenshaw 7049-70—209 Tom Byrum 68-71-70—209 Chris Perry 67-70-73—210 Tom Pemice Jr. 73-66-71—210 Guy Hill 70-69-71—210 Jeff Maggert 69-70-71—210 Mike Springer 71-68-71—210 David Ogrin 67-72-72—211 Richard Coughlan 70-68-74—212 Jell Gallagher 69-69-74—212 David Frost 68-71-74—213 Omar Uresti 69-68-79—216 Seniors scores BELTON, Mo. (AP) — Scores Saturday's afle the second round of the $1 million Saint Luke's Seniors Classic, played on Ihe 6,539-yard par70 Loch Uoyd Country Club: Larry Ziegler 69-67—136 Bruce Summerhays 68-70—138 Tom Shaw 73-66—139 TomWargo 71-68—139 Fred Gibson 65-74—139 HughBaiocchi 75-65—140 Walt Morgan 75-65—140 Bob Murphy 72-69—141 John Mahatfey 76-66—142 Bruce Cramplon 75-67—142 David Graham 74-68—142 Mike McCullough 72-70—142 DonKlenk 71-71—142 Bob Duval Jim Dent (ermit Zarley .ee Trevino lerry McGee Bobby Slroble 'om Jenkins sao AoW lob E. Smith : rank Conner lohn Schroeder oe Inman Dave Eichelberger Dana Oulgley im Colbert Ihuck Thorpe Don Maddox Charles Coody ohn Morgan Ed Dougherty Don Bies lesse Palino .eonard Thompson ton January Ilk Massengale Waller Hall Billy King larold Henning .ee Elder Jalvin Peele Miller Barber Ed Sneed lohn Jacobs lohn Paul Cain Job Lunn Dick Hendrickson Gibby Gilbert DeWitt Weaver iruce Lehnhard (urt Cox tay Arinno Dave Stockton Orville Moody 3uzz Thomas Homero Blancas Jimmy Powell BobWynn Butch Baird Rod Curl Jack Rule Jr. Babe Hiskey Ben Smith 'eter Oosterhuls Walter Zembriski Jerry Heard Bruce Devlin 3ob Zimmerman David Lundslrom -lank Cooper Don Massengale Chuck Milne Bobby Mitchell Rives McBee Mike Fetchick Pete Brown 71-71—142 75-68—143 74-69—143 74-69—143 73-70—143 72-71—143 73-70—143 70-73—143 71-72—143 79-65—144 76-68—144 76-68—144 73-71—144 72-72—144 72-72—144 72-72—144 72-72—144 71-73—144 78-67—145 78-67—145 76-69—145 76-69—145 76-69—145 74-71—145 73-72—145 78-68—146 77-69—146 76-70—146 75-71—146 74-72—146 73-73—146 71-75—146 77-70—147 76-71—147 76-71—147 75-72—147 73-74—147 81-67—148 76-72—148 75-73—148 74-74—148 78-71—149 77-72—149 76-73—149 79-71—150 76-74—150 75-75—150 79-72—151 80-72—152 78-74—152 77-75—152 83-70—153 80-73—153 80-73-153 76-78—154 75-79—154 81-74—155 83-73—156 80-76—156 77-79—156 81-76—157 78-79—157 80-82—162 83-84—167 94-88—182 LPGA scores ROCKLAND, Del. (AP) — Scores Saturday after Ihe third round ol the $1.3 million McDonald's LPGA Championship, played on the 6,386-yard, par-71 DuPonl Country Club course: Jsa Hackney 70-66-69—205 Se Ri Pak 65-68-72—205 Chris Johnson 69-71-67—207 Emilee Klein 72-67-68—207 Donna Andrews 71-67-69—207 Wendy Ward 71-67-69—207 Meg Mallon 71-69-68—208 Kelly Robbins 69-71-68—208 Jane Geddes 69-69-70—208 Lisa Walters 6649-73—208 lull Inkster 70-71-69—210 "ammie Green 72-68-70—210 KarrieWebb 71-73-67—211 ennylidback 70-73-68—211 oanneMortey 7349-69—211 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 71-70-70—211 Annette DeLuca 70-70-71—211 DaleEggeling 68-69-74—211 n at Bradley 72-73-67—212 Catriona Matthew 74-70-68—212 'al Hurst 71-73-68—212 Catrin Nilsmark 69-73-70—212 Nancy Scranton 73-73-67—213 Lone Kane 72-73-68—213 CarinKoch 71-73-69—213 Susie Redman 68-76-69—213 Kris Tschetter 71-71-71—213 Maggie Halpin 73-73-68—214 Joan Pitcock 69-75-70—214 'enny Hammel 70-73-71—214 Michelle Esljll 72-70-72—214 Rachel Helherington 71-71-72—214 Maria Hjorth 71-70-73—214 Diane Barnard 72-74-69—215 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 74-71-70—215 Annika Sorenstam 73-71-71—215 Maria Figueras-Dotti 72-72-71—215 Charlotte Sorenstam 72-72-71—215 Liselotte Neumann 73-69-73—215 Helen Allredsson 71-71-73—215 Michelle McGann 68-74-73-215 Michele Redman 70-71-74—215 Helen Dobson 76-70-70—216 Wendy Doolan 73-72-71—216 Betsy King 71-73-72—216 Barb Mucha 70-74-72—216 Cindy McCurdy 70-74-72—216 Vickie Odegard 69-74-73—216 Missie Berteotti 72-70-74—216 Nancy Lopez 75-71-71—217 Sherri Sleinhauer 73-73-71—217 Laura Davies 72-73-72—217 Kris Monaghan 75-69-73—217 Janice Moodie 75-69-73—217 Alison Nicholas 73-71-73—217 Beth Daniel 70-74-73-217 Kim Saiki 69-74-74—217 Michelle Dobek 72-74-72—218 Eva Dahllol 72-74-72—218 Sally Little 76-70-73—219 NCAA Central regional SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Results Saturday Irom NCAA Men's Golf Central Regional al Ihe par- 71, 6,691-yard Oak Hills Country Club. The top 10 teams advanced to Ihe NCAA championships. Team scores Houston 283-281-281—845 Oklahoma 284-283-282—849 Northwestern 282-290-282—854 Texas Christian 292-282-282—855 Nebraska 266-282-289—857 Minnesota 287-284-291—862 Oklahoma Slate 292-286-286-864 Ohio Stale 291-283-290—864 Miami, Ohio 293-288-286—667 Kent 287-297-284—868 Texas A&M 282-289-300-871 Kansas 289-286-298-873 Arkansas 305-282-287—874 Tulsa 291-298-285-874 Texas-Arlington 286-292-297—875 Wichila Slate 292-296-289-877 Drake 296-300-284—880 Southern Methodist 295-294-292—881 Baylor 297-289-297—883 Texas 294-298-296-888 Toledo 297-301-296—894 High school 1998 REGIONAL SITES Monday, May 18 CLASS 6A At Manhattan (Stagg Hill GC) - Emporia, Junction City, Manhattan, Topeka High, Topeka Washbum Rural, Wichila East, Wichila Heights, Wichita Southeast At Olathe (Heritage GC) - KC Schlagle, KC Washington, Lawrence High, Leavenworth, Olathe East, Olalhe North, Olathe South. Al Shawnee (Tomahawk Hills GC) - BV North, BV Northwest, BV Slilwell, SM East, SM North, SM Northwest, SM South, SM West. At Wichita (Sims Park) - Derby, Dodge dry, Garden City, Hutehinson, Wichila North, Wichila Northwest, Wichila Soulh, Wichita West. CLASS SA At Great Bend (Golden Belt CC) - Buhler, Great Bend, Hays, Liberal, McPherson, Newton, Salina South, Salina Central. At Independence CC - Arkansas City, Colleyville, Fort Scott, Independence, Paola, Pittsburg, Winlield. At Bonner Springs (Sunflower Hills GC) KC Turner, Lawrence Free State, SI. Thomas Aquinas, SM Miege, Shawnee Heights, Topeka Highland Park, Topeka Seaman, Topeka West. At Wichita (Pawnee Prairie GC) - Andover, Wichita Campus, El Dorado, Goddard, Maize, Valley Cenler, Wichila Carroll, Wichila Kapaun. CLASS 4A At Clay Cenler CC - Abilene, Beloit, Chapman, Clay Center, Concordia, Council Grove, Marysville, Sanla Fe Trail, Topeka Hayden, Wamego. At Colby CC - Colby, Ellsworth, Goodland, Hugoton, Larned, Russell, Scotl City, TMP-Mar- ian, Ulysses. At Fredonla GC - Augusta, Burlington, > Chanute, Columbus, Fredonla, Anderson County, Girard, lola, Labetle County, Parsons. At Holton CC - Atchison, Basehor-Unwood, Hiawatha, Hollon, KC Ward, KC Piper, KC Sumner, Labetle County, Lansing, Sabatha. At Ottawa CC - Baldwin, Bonner Springs, DeSoto, Gardner-Edgerton, Louisburg, Os- awalomle, Ottawa, Perry-Lecompton, Prairie View, Spring Hill. At Wellington GC - Chaparral, Circle, Clearwater, Hesston, Kingman, Mulvane, Nickerson, n ratt, Rose Hill, Wellington. CLASS 3A At Lyons CC - Cheney, Elllnwood, Eureka, •lafslead, Herington, Hillsboro, Lyons, Marion, Medicine Lodge, Minneapolis, Wichila Colle- late. At Mound City (Sugar Valley GC) - Baxter Springs, Caney, Cherryvale, Erie, Galena, Lyndon, Jayhawk Linn, Neodesha, NE Arma, Pomona, Riverton, SE Cherokee, At Seneca GC - Belleville, Alchlson County, Morton, Immaculata, Jen West, Ml. SI. Scholas- lea, Nemaha Valley, Northern Heights, Osage City, Oskaloosa, Rock Creek, St. Marys. At WaKeeney (Big Creek GC) - Cimarron, Hoisington, Holcomb, Lakln, Norton, Oakley, Oberiin, Phillipsburg, Smith Center, Southwest- em Heights, Trego. CLASS 2-1A At Ellis CC - Claflin, Ellis, Grinnell, Kinsley, tass City, Osbome, Plainville, Qulnler, QuMra Heights, SJ Belolt. At PltUburg (Crestwood CC) - Crest, Fran- enac, Hamilton, Madison, Marmaton Valley, Oswego, Pittsburg Colgan, Pleasanton, Uniontown. At Pretty Prairie (The Links) - Burrton, Caldwell, Berean Academy, Goessel, Hutehinson Trinity, Inman, Pratt Skyline, Pretty Prairie, Rem- ngton, Wichila Independent. At St. Marys GC - Cenlralia, Centre, Hanover, Linn, Onaga, RossviBe, Salina Sacred Heart, Valley Heights, Washington, Williamsburg. At Stockton (Rooks County CC) - Atwood, Eastern Heights, Golden Plains, Hill City, Hoxie, <enslngton, Lenora, Moriand, Northern Valley, Stockton. At Syracuse (Tamarisk GC) - Cofdwaler, Elkhart, Leoli, Minneola, Protection, Soulh Gray, Stanlon County, Sublette, Syracuse, Tribune. SAND GREENS At Cottonwool! Falls CC - Chase, Chase County, Franklort, Humboldt, Jewell, Peabody, Riley County, Yates Center. At Dighton GC - Cheylin, Dighlon, Fowler, Jetmore, LaCrosse, Logan, Lucas-Luray, Wilson. At Lincoln GC - Downs, Glasco, Lincoln, Mankato, Millonvale, Tipton, Waconda East, White Rock. STATE TOURNAMENT SITES Tuesday, May 26 Class 6A - At Garden City, Southwind CC. Class SA - At Winfield, Quail Ridge CC. Class 4A- At Hesslon GC. Class 3A - Al Junction City, Rolling Meadows GC. Class 2-1A - At Salina Municipal GC. Sand Greens - At LaCrosse Country Club. Tennis Big 12 women KANSAS 5, ARIZONA 2 Singles No. 1 — Hunt, K, del. Maes, 5-7,6-4,6-2,- No. 2 — Miringotl, A, del. Sim, 6-1, 7-5; No. 3 — Sell, K, del Allegro, 7-5,6-4,7-6 (7-5); No. 4 — Sues, K, del. Gough, A, 6-2, 6-1; No, S — Sidorava, K, del. Buczkowska, 6-2, 7-6 (7-1); No. 6 — Abel, A, del. Chiller, 6-1,7-5. Doubles No. 1 — Hunl-Sim, K, del. Maes-Buczkowska, 8-5. High school 1998 REGIONAL SITES Monday, May 18 CLASS 6A At Garden City - Derby, Dodge City, Garden City, Hulchinson, Wichita Northwest, Wichila Soulh, Wichila West. At Lawrence - KC Schlagle, KC Washington, Lawrence High, Leavenworth, Olathe East, Olathe North, Olalhe Soulh, Topeka High. At SM Northwest - BV North, BV Northwest, SM East, SM North, SM Northwest, SM South, SM West, BV Slilwell. At Wichita East - Emporia, Junction City, Manhattan, Topeka Washbum Rural, Wichita East, Wichila Heights, Wichita North, Wichila southeast. CLASS 5A At Maize - Andover, Goddard, Liberal, Newton, Valley Center, Wichita Carroll, Wichila Campus, Wichita Kapaun. At McPherson - Buhler, Great Bend, Hays, McPherson, Newton, Salina Central, Salina South. At Topeka West - Lawrence Free State, St. Thomas Aquinas, Paola, SM Miege, Shawnee Heights, Topeka Highland Park, Topeka Seaman, Topeka West. At Wlnfleld - Arkansas City, Cofleyville, El Dorado, Fort Scott, Independence, Pittsburg, Winlield. CLASS 4A At Parsons - Labetle County, Augusta, Baldwin, Chanule, Columbus, Gardner-Edgerton, lo- la, Ottawa, Parsons. At Pratt - Chaparral, Haven, Hesslon, Kingman, Lamed, Nickerson, Pratt, Circle, Ulysses, Wellington. At Russell - Abilene, Chapman, Clay Center, Colby, Concordia, Ellsworth, Goodland, Smoky Valley, Russell, Scott City. At Topeka Hayden - Atchison, Maur Hill, Bonner Springs, DeSolo, Hiawatha, KC Sumner, Lansing, Marysville, Topeka Hayden, Wamego. CLASS 3-2-1A At Cimarron - Cimarron, Greensburg, Haviland, Southwestern Heights, Meade, Ness City. At Hoisington - Belleville, Clallin, Elllnwood, Hoisington, Norton, Trego. At Wichita Collegiate - Conway Springs, Hutehinson Trinity, South Barber, Fairfield, Sterling, Wichita Collegiate. At Neodesha - Berean Academy, SE Saline, Hillsboro, Immaculata, Neodesha, Oskaloosa. STATE TOURNAMENT SITES Class 6A - Al Topeka, Kossover Tennis Center and Washbum Rural. Class 5A - At Wichila State University. Class 4A - At Hulchinson Community College. Class 3-2-1A - At Hillsboro Sports Complex. Auto racing Winston Open CONCORD, N.C. (AP) - Results Saturday from the Winston Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with starting position in parentheses, driver, hometown, type of car, laps completed, reason out if any, and money won: 1. (1) Jeremy Mayfield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 50, $59,096. 2. (6) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevrolet, 50, $27,296. 3. (2) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford, 50, $46,096. 4. (8) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin flapids, Wis., Ford, 50, $22,196. 5. (9) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontlac, 50, $20,096. 6. (11) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Ford, 50, $17,896. 7. (28) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet, 50, $15,146. 8. (10) Hut Stricklin, Calera, Ala., Chevrolet, SO, $15,096. 9. (24) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford, 50, $13,796. 10. (7) Wally Dallenbach, Basalt, Colo., Chevrolet, 50, $13,696. 11. (12) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., Pontiac, 50, $12,396. 12. (17) Robert Pressley, Asheville, N.C., Ford, 50, $11,596. 13. (30) Rick Mast, Rockbridge Baths, Va., Ford, 50, $10,096. 14. (14) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 50, $10,696. 15. (19) Kenny Wallace, SL Louis, Ford, 50, $10,296. 16. (20) Kevin Lepage, Shelburne, VI., Chevrolet, 50, $10,196. 17. (3) Johnny Benson, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ford, 50, $11,196. 18. (18) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford, 50, $10,096. 19. (27) Jerry Nadeau, Danbury, Conn., Ford 50, $9,546. 20. (23) Steve Grissom, Gadsden, Ala., Chevrolet, 50, $9,596. 21. (16) Todd Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Pontiac, 50, $9,696. 22. (29) Dave Marcis, Wausau, Wis., Chevrolet, 50, $9,196. 23. (5) Mike Skinner, Susanvllle, Calif., Chevrolet, 49, $10,296. 24. (25) Randy MacDonald, Canada, Ford, 49 25. (15) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Chevrolet, 48, $9,496. 26. (21) Gary Bradberry, Chelsea, Ala., Ford, 48, $9,096. 27. (4) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pontl- ac, 39, engine, $10,196. 28. (13) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 19, handling, $9,296. 29. (26) Billy Slandrldge, Shelby, N.C., Chevrolet, 14, handling, $8,596. 30. (22) Andy Hillenburg, Harrisburg, N.C., Chevrolet, 0, oil leak, $8,696. Indy 500 lineup INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The tentative, partial Ineup for the May 24 Indianapolis 500, listing driver, hometown or country, car number, chassis-engine and four-lap average speed around the 2%-mlle Indianapolis Motor Speedway track n mph (w-former winner; r-rookle; final qualifications on Sunday): Row1 1. Billy Boat, Phoenix, No. 11, Dallara-Aurara, 223.503 2. Greg Ray, Piano, Texas, No. 97, Dallara- Aurora.221.125. 3. Kenny Brack, Sweden, No. 14, Dallara-Aurora, 220.982. Row 2 4. Tony Stewart, Indianapolis, No. 1, Dallara- Aurora, 220.386. 5. Robbie Buhl, Indianapolis, No. 3, Dallara- Aurora, 220.236. 6. Sam Schmidt, Las Vegas, No. 99, Dallara- Aurora, 219.982. Row 3 7. Scott Sharp, East Norwalk, Conn., No. 8, Dallara-Aurora, 219.910. 8. Davey Hamilton, Las Vegas, No. 6, G Force-Aurora, 219.746. 9. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Caplstrano, Calif., No. 21, Dallara-Aurora, 218.900. Row 4 10. Scott Goodyear, Canada, No. 4, G Force- Aurora, 218.357. 11. w-Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. 91, Dal- ara-Aurora, 218.288. 12. Mark Dismore, Greenfield, Ind., No. 28, Dallara-Aurora, 218.096. Rows 13. r-J.J. Yeley, Phoenix, No. 44, Dallara-Aurora, 218.044. 14. Marco Greco, Brazil, No. 16, G Force-Aurora, 217.953. 15. Jack Miller, Carmel, Ind., No. 40, Dallara- Infinlti, 217.800. Row 6 16. John Paul Jr., West Palm Beach, Fla., No. 81, Dallara-Aurora, 217.351. 17. Eddie Cheevar, Tampa, Fla., No. 51, Dal- ara-Aurora, 217.334. 18. Buzz Calkins, Denver, No. 12, G Force-Aurora, 217.197. Row 7 19. r-Andy Michner, Ann Arbor, Mich., No. 17, Dallara-Aurora, 216.922. 20. Jim Guthrie, Albuquerque, N.M., No. 53, G Force-Aurora, 216.604. 21. r-Robby Unser, Santa Fe, N.M., No. 52, Dallara-Aurora, 216.534. RowS 22. r-Jack Hewitt, Troy, Ohio, No. 18, G Force- Aurora, 216.450. 23. r-Steve Knapp, Salem, Wis., No. 55, G Force-Aurora, 216.445. 24. r-Donnie Beechler, Sherman, III., No. 98, G Force-Aurora, 216.357. Row 9 25. Johnny Unser, Sun Valley, Idaho, No. 9, Dallara-Aurora, 216.316. 26. Billy Roe, Gilbert, Ariz., No. 33, Dallara-Aurora, 215.781. Busch lineup NAZARETH, Pa. (AP) — Lineup for Sunday's First Union 200 al Nazareth Speedway with starting position, car, driver, hometown, time in seconds and speed in mph: 1. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet, 28.003 seconds, 128.073. 2. (33) Tim Fedewa, Holt, Mich., Chevrolet, 28.137,127.945. 3. (38) Elton Sawyer, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 28.152,127.877. 4. (40) Kevin Lepage, Shelbume, Vt., Chevro- et, 28.155,127.864. 5. (66) Elliott Sadler, Emporia, Va., Chevrolet, 28.170,127.798. 6. (17) Matt Kenseth, Cambridge, Wis., Chevrolet, 28.194,127.687. 7. (34) Mike McLaughlln, Waterloo, N.Y., Chevrolet, 28.195,127.682. 8. (64) Curtis Markham, Fredehcksburg, Va., Chevrolet, 28.197,127.673. 9. (6) Joe Bessey, Scarborough, Maine, Ihevrolet, 28.199,128.558. 10. (99) Glenn Allen, Cincinnati, Chevrolet, 28.232,127.515. 11. (85) Shane Hall, Fountain Inn, S.C., Chevrolet, 28.244,127.461. 12. (37) Mark Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 28.247,127.447. 13. (57) Jason Keller, Greenville, S.C., Chevrolet, 28.356,126.957. 14. (10) Phil Parsons, Detroit, Chevrolet, 28.364,126.921. 15. (50) Jeff Green, Owensboro, Ken., Ford, 28.442,126.573. 16. (13) Ted Christopher, Plainville, Conn., Chevrolet, 28.450,126.638. 17. (74) Randy LaJole, Norwalk, Conn., Chevrolet, 28.482,126.396. 18. (63) Tracy Leslie, Mount Clemens, Mich., Chevrolet, 28.492,126.351. 19. (72) Mike Dillon, Lexington, N.C., Chevrolet, 28.498,126.325. 20. (14) Patty Moiso, Jacksonville, Fla., Ford, 28.584,125.945. 21. (77) Ed Berrier, Winslon-Salem, N.C., Ford, 28.630,125.742. 22. (00) Buckshot Jones, Monticello, Ga., Pontiac, 28.669,125.571. 23. (29) Hermie Sadler, Emporia, Va., Chevrolet, 28.687,125.492. 24. (47) Andy Sanlerre, Cherryfield, Me., Chevrolet, 28.731,125.300. 25. (83) Wayne Grubb, Mechanicsville, Va., Chevrolet, 28.752,125.209. 26. (73) Bryan Wall, Sandown, N.H., Ford, 28.769,125.135. 27. (4) Jeff Purvis, Clarksville, Tenn., Chevrolet, 28.870,124.697. 28. (89) John Preston, Wyaluslng, Perm., Ford, 28.879,124.658. 29. (51) Mike Slefanik, Coventry, R.I., Chevrolet, 28.880,124.654. 30. (56) Jeff Krogh, Kamiah, Idaho, Chevrolet, 28.888,124.619. 31. 82 Mark McFariand, Winchester, Va., Chevrolet, 28.908,124.533. 32. (41) Joey McCarthy, Randolph, N.J., Chevrolet, 29.063,123.869. 33. (0) Martin Truex, Mayetla, N.J., Chevrolet, 29.189,123.334. 34. (36) Mall Mutter, Chardon, Ohio, Ponliac, provisional. 35. (20) Blaise Alexander, Montoursville, Pa., Chevrolet, provisional. 36. (30) Mike Cope, Pinellas Park, Fla., Chevrolet, provisional. 37. (80) Mark Krogh, Kamiah, Idaho, Chevrolet, provisional. 38. (8) Kevin Grubb, Mechanicsville, Va., Ford, provisional. 39. (61) Mike Olsen, North Haverhill, N.H., Chevrolet, provisional. 40. (81) Glenn Sullivan, Westbury, N.Y., Chevrolet, provisional. 41. (5) Barney McRae, Colchester, VI., Pontiac, provisional. 42. (87) Ed Spencer, Danville, Penn., Chevrolet, provisional. 43.(59) Ron Homaday, Jr., Palmdale, Call!., Chevrolet, 28.109, provisional. Soccer High school SALINA RAGE 6 LAWRENCE FREE STATE 0 Salina 51-6 Free State 00 — 0 First hall — S, Feyerherm, assiste Barnes, 10th minute; S, Rosales (Barnes), 23rd minute; S, Lorson (Feyerherm), 26th minute; S, Lorson (Feyerherm), 28th minute; S, Griffin, unassisted, 38th minute. Second half — S, Mammen (Feyerherm), 53rd minute. SALINA RAGE 4, MANHATTAN 1 Salina 13 — 4 Manhattan 10 — 1 First hall — S, Lorson (Feyemerm), 14lh minute; M, Rice, unassisted, 30th minute. Second half — S, Griffin, unassisted, 50lh minute; S, Feyerherm (Rutschmann), 58th minute; Feyerherm, unassisted, 62nd minute. General Meetings The Salina Area Catbackers will meet Thursday, May 21, Noon at KSU-Salina. Featured speaker will be David Campbell, associate head men's basketball coach. For reservations call Daran Neuschafer, 785-827-5150. SPORTS DIGEST Winning form The Associated Press Texas A&M's Larry Wade leads the pack as he clears the last hurdle in the second heat of the men's 110-meter hurdles pre? liminary race Saturday at the Big 12 Championships. Wade, who holds the conference record in the event, won his heat and will compete in today's finals. Auto racing NAZARETH, Pa. — Dale Earnhardt Jr. won his' second pole of the season and career in qualifying Saturday for the First Union 200 NASCAR Busph, Grand National race at Nazareth Speedway. Earnj- hardt, the 28th of 43 cars to try a lap on a 90-de-.V : ,; gree afternoon, drove his Chevrolet over the .94^ mile oval at a speed of 128.558 mph. Earnhardt . -,„ will enter the race today third in the series stands ings. ••• ° ENGLISHTOWN, N.J. — Kurt Johnson won the NHRA Pro Stock Challenge and Larry Kopp was!; a winner in Pro Stock Truck at the Mopar Parts Na> tionals on Saturday. In addition, Gary Scelzi, ,';., Cruz Pedregon, Johnson and Matt Hines were tKe qualifying leaders in their respective professional categories entering today's final eliminations at <» the $1.6-million race, the eighth of 22 events inihe $30 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series.«'<s SAN DIEGO — An MRI exam on Tony Gwynn/s twisted right knee showed no cartilage damage and the San Diego Padres batting star could be ''v back in the lineup in the next few days. Gwynri" " took himself out of Friday night's 7-6 win over'-" Philadelphia after reaching on an error in his •'"''" third at-bat. Team officials said Gwynn felt pain' " in his previous at-bat. Concerned there might be, damage to the meniscus, the team had Gwynn . "^ take an MRI Friday night. . /. „ Basketball NEW YORK — Turner Sports is the latest re^ ^ ported to be interested in hiring Marv Albert ta',-, broadcast NBA games, according to The New . York Times. "There have been preliminary indi-u cations of interest from Turner, although its NB-A announcing crew on TNT and TBS is complete, 1 ' •the newspaper reported today. No source was cit-" ed for the report. "Marv is certainly a talent, and I think it remains to be seen about his return," said Harvey Schiller, the president of Turner Sports. Albert, once the prime NBA broadcaster who also did New York Knicks' games, has been out of , work since pleading guilty last fall to a misde- _• . meanor assault charge in a sex case. NBC Sports fired him and he resigned from the Madison Square Garden Network. -,,T NEW YORK — Earl Manigault, a king of the ' city's public basketball courts whose heroin use- 1 deprived him of a professional career, has died. He was 53. The cause was congestive heart failure, said A hospital spokesman. Manigault had a history of heart disease. In the 1960s, Manigault established a reputation on the city's playgrounds as a formidable basketball player, who could ouj> play the likes of such contemporaries as Lew Alcindor, now known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Joe "The Destroyer" Hammond and Connie Hawkins, Manigault's acrobatics helped enhance New York's playground legend as a breeding ground, for young basketball stars. At 6-foot-l, his legend, includes his ability to perform the Double Dunk", a move in which he slammed the ball through the net, caught it as it dropped through, and still airborne, dunked it again. Manigault once dunked a ball backward 36 times in a row to win a $60 bet. Golf THAME, England — Colin Montgomerie had two birdie 2s on the back nine and shot a 3-under- par 69 Saturday for a share of the lead at the Ben- < son and Hedges Open. The Scot, playing his first J tournament since the Masters a month ago, wa^i tied on 206 with Ryder Cup teammate Darren \~g : Clarke and Italian Massimo Florioli going into 1 *.**! Sunday's final round of the $1.22 million event 3& the Oxfordshire. ,~J Tennis ROME — Playing the attacking tennis that •„.» earned him the No. 1 ranking before an injury,-^. Marcelo Rios beat Gustavo Kuerten on Saturday--! to reach the final of the Italian Open for the seq«£; ond straight year. Rios won 6-0, 7-5 in less than an' hour, leading the Brazilian to say: "Rios is the •*-* best player this year." Rios, ranked No. 3, will -^3; face unseeded but streaking Spaniard Albert ta in today's final. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST ~^— Brawn Mackie athletic department 785-825-5422 ""^ Bethany athletic department 785-227-3311 .'~_! 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