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B2 MONDAY. MAY 18, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 1 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Oakland al Chicago White Sox, WON. BASKETBALL 7:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, LA Lakers at Utah, TNT, cable 41. Baseball Wrangler linescores WICHITA 16, TULSA 14 Tulsa 101 019 200 — 14 16 1 Wichita 542 301 10x — 16 19 4 WP —Ray (1-1). LP — Smilh(M).S —Santiago (5). 2B — T: Morris, Mateo, Barkett W: Brown, McNally, Medrano 2. 3B — W: Quinn. HR — T: Morris; W: Lewis 2, Brown. Saturday's game WICHITA 13, TULSA 3 Tulsa 000 001 200 — 3 10 2 Wichita 400 115 11x — 13 16 1 WP — Gooding (1-2). LP — Glynn (2-3). 2B — T: Morris, Maleo, Barkett; W: Brown 2, Evans. 3B — W: Quinn. HR — W: Gonzalez, Shirley. 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 Slate 3 Friday's results Oklahoma Slate 11, Missouri B (Missouri eliminated) 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 State eliminated) • Texas A&M 11, Texas Tech 7 ' . Sunday's results " Texas Tech 4, Oklahoma 3 (Oklahoma elimi- A&M Championship Texas Tech 14, Texas A&M 7 (Texai eliminated) Big 12 linescores TEXAS TECH 4, OKLAHOMA 3 Texas Tech 301000000 — 4 7 0 Oklahoma 020 001 000 —3 10 1 ' Allison, Ralston (6) and Bard; Smith, McCur- taln (1), Denney (5), Manwell (9), Park (9) and Belts. WP-Allison (3-2). LP—Smith (3-4). S— Ralslon (5). HR—TT: Bard; 0: Park, Montenegro. TEXAS TECH 14, TEXAS ASM 7 TexasA&M 000330010—712 3 Texas Tech 180 310 lOx —14 18 1 ' Caple, Holle (2), Possum (5), Russ (8) and Sandusky; Cooper, Stewart (5) and Buckley. WP — Stewart (2-0). LP-Caple (7-1). HR— A&M: Kuzmic; TT: Landreth, Austry. Juco all-conference KANSAS JAYHAWK COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONFERENCE WESTERN DIVISION First team Catcher — Chris Finnegan, so., Hutchinson. First base — Les Graham, so., Butler County; Josh Kuecker, so., Colby; Steven Neal, so., Pratt Second base — Edwin Rodriquez, so., Garden City; Mike Done, fr., Seward County. Shortstop — Tim Olson, tr., Hutchinson. Third base — Luke Wheeler, so., Seward County. Designated hitter — Josh Kuecker, so., Colby. Outfield — Kevin Murphy, so., Butler County; Nolan Parker, so., Hutchinson; Scon Cadwallader, fr., Seward County. Pitcher — Ryan Schmidt, so., Barton County; Jody Harris, so., Hulchinson; Mike Done, fr., Seward County. Coach of the year — John Brugi, Hutchinson; Galen McSpadden, Seward County. Most valuable player — Josh Kuecker, so., Colby. Freshman of the year — Chris Rnnegan, Hutchinson. Honorable mention Josh White, Barton County; Mark Breeding, Colby; Heath Craig, Cloud County; Nate Gufley, Barton County. Softball Juco all-conference KANSAS JAYHAWK COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONFERENCE WESTERN DIVISION First team Catcher — Brooke Houston, Dodge City. First base — Sabrina Ritter, Pratt Second base — Laurie Meissner, Butler County. Shortstop — Michelle Simons, Colby. Third base — Becky Hildebrand, Butler County. Designated hitter—Kalhy Shenelelt, Dodge City. Utility — Kelly Blake, Cloud County. Outfield — Rae Lynn Skibbe, Cloud County; Angle Potter, Dodge City; Rae Polk, Garden City. Pitcher — Terrisa Eckmann, Colby; Danielle Damron, Dodge City. Coach of year — Lorin Miller, Cloud County. Most valuable player — Rae Lynn Skibbe, Cloud County. Freshman of the year — Danielle Damron, Dodge City. Second team Catcher — Shelly Guillot, Cloud County. First base — Melissa Williams, Barton County; Danelle Huske, Cloud County; Jerre Cable, Garden City. Second base — Kelly Horak, Barton County. Third base — Jamie Dame, Barton County. Utility — Maria Kramer, Pratt. Outfield .— Sondra Geffert, Barton County; Kelly Cooper, Dodge City; Deysha Foster, Hutchinson; Elissa Schellhardt, Pratt. Pitchers — Lynette Doty, Cloud County; Dara Umscheid, Pratt. Honorable mention Rusty Clemen, Colby; Carrie Cassida, Cloud County; Stacey Martinez, Colby; Lora Sander, Barton County; Kristi Salts, Cloud County. 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), II necessary Friday, May 29 Chicago at Indiana, TBA (NBC), il necessary Utah at LA Lakers, TBA (NBC), if necessary Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, TBA (NBC), If necessary LA Lakers al Utah, TBA (NBC), if necessary NBA summary BULLS 85, PACERS 79 INDIANA (79) Mullin 1-40-02, D.Davis 54 0-2 10, Smils 410 1-2 9, Jackson 5-12 2-2 12, Miller 5-14 4-5 16, McKey 1-3 2-4 4, A.Davis 3-3 6-8 12, Rose 3-8 0-0 7, Best 34 1 -2 7. Totals 304616-2579. CHICAGO (85) Plppen 1 -9 2-4 4, Kukoc 2-11 0-0 4, Longley 4104-412, Harper 6-9 3-515, Jordan 11-28 9-10 31, Wennington 1-3 0-0 2, Rodman 34 5-1011, Burrell 1-30-02, Brown 0-1 4-4 4, Kerr 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 2941 27-37 85. Indiana 22 18 17 22-79 Chicago 16 21 27 21—85 3-Point goals—Indiana 3-12 (Miller 24, Rose 1-1, Best 0-1, Mullin 0-2, Jackson 0-2), Chicago 04 (Burrell 0-1, Kerr 0-1, Pippen 0-2, Kukoc 02). Fouled out—Kukoc, Rodman. Rebounds- Indiana 53 (A.Davis 11), Chicago 54 (Rodman 10). Assists—Indiana 15 (Jackson 6), Chicago 19 (Pippen 7). Total fouls—Indiana 28, Chicago 25. Technical—Rodman. A—23,844 (24,119). NBA draft order NEW YORK (AP) — The order of selections for the 1998 NBA Draft to be held June 24 at General Motors Place in Vancouver: First round 1. LA Clippers 2. a-Vancouver 3. Denver 4. Toronto 5. b-Golden State 6. Dallas 7. Sacramenlo 8. Philadephia 9. c-Mlhvaukee 10. Boston 1l.d-Detroit 12. e-Oriando 13. Orlando (from Washington) 14. Houston 15. Orlando (Irom New Jersey) 16.f-NewYork 17. Minnesota 18. Toronto (from Portland) 19. Milwaukee (from Cleveland) 20. Atlanta 21. Charlotte 22. LA Clippers (from Miami) 23. Denver (from Phoenix) 24. San Antonio 25. Indiana 26. LA Lakers 27. Seattle 28. Chicago 29. Utah a-Vancouver has option to convey pick to Detroit. If Detroit receives pick, it may be conveyed to Philadelphia. b-Pick might be conveyed to Orlando or Utah c-Pick may be conveyed to Denver. d-Detrofl might have option to convey pick to Philadelphia. e-Pick may be conveyed lo Golden State or Utah. (-Toronto has option to receive pick. Second round 30. Dallas (Irom Toronto) 31. g-Vancouver 32. Seattle (from Denver) 33. h-LA Clippers 34. Chicago (from Golden State) 35. Dallas 36. Sacramenlo 37. i-Philadelphia 38. {-Boston 39. Milwaukee 40. Detroit 41. Houston 42. Orlando 43. Washington 44. k-New York 45. LA Lakers (from New Jersey) 46. Minnesota 47. Toronto (from Portland) 48. Cleveland 49. Atlanta 50. Charlotte 51.j-Miami 52. San Antonio 53. Dallas (from Phoenix) 54. Denver (from Indiana) 55. Denver (from Seattle) 56. g-LA Lakers 57. l-Utah 58. Chicago g-LA. Lakers have the right to swap their pick for Vancouver's pick. h-Thls pick will be conveyed to Philadelphia, Detroit or Seattle. i-This pick might be conveyed to Detroit or Seattle. {•Boston's pick (or Miami's pick if Boston exercises its right to swap picks with Miami) might be conveyed to New York or Vancouver. k-LA Lakers have the option to receive this pick. l-Thls pick might be conveyed to Orlando. USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pet GB Connecticut 5 2 .714 — Long Island 3 4 .429 2 Columbus 2 4 .333 2'A New Hampshire 1 6 .143 4 Today's schedule MONDAY, MAY 18 BASEBALL Class 3A Regional at Gypsum Ell-Saline & Salina Sacred Heart al Class 2-1A Lincoln Regional SOFTBALL Class 5A Regional at Bill Burke Park Ell-Saline at Class MA St. Marys Regional TENNIS Salina Central & Salina South at Class 5A McPherson Regional SE Saline at Class 3-2-1A Neodesha Regional GOLF Salina Central & Salina South at Class 5A Great Bend Regional Salina Sacred Heart at Class 2-1A St. Marys Regional Mid-Atlantic Division Atlantic City Camden Washington New Jersey W 6 5 4 3 Pet QB .750 — .625 1 .500 2 .429 2 Hockey NHL playoffs ' ; SECOND ROUND (Beet-of-7) '. : Thursday, May 7 • Washington 4, Ottawa 2 ' Dallas 3, Edmonton 1 ^ • Friday, May B Buffalo 3, Montreal 2 (ol) 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 3, St. Louis 2 (2ot) Wednesday, May 13 Washington 2, Ottawa 0 Dallas 3, Edmonton 1 Thursday, May 14 Buffalo 3, Montreal 1, Buflalo wins series 4-0 Detroit 5, St Louis 2 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 3, Detroit 1, Detroit leads series 3-2 Tuesday, May 19 Detroit at SL Louis, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, May 21 St. Louis at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN), if necessary Basketball NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Bost-of-7) Saturday, May 16 Utah 112, LA Lakers 77, Utah leads series 1-0 Sunday, May 17 Chicago 85, Indiana 79, Chicago leads series 1-0 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) Southern Division W L Pet GB Jacksonville 6 .857 .556 .500 .000 Tampa Bay 5 4 Atlanta 4 4 Raleigh 0 6 Sunday's results Connecticut 99, Tampa Bay 95 Jacksonville 126, Atlanta 113 Washington 120, New Jersey 101 Monday's game Columbus at Raleigh, 6:30 p.m. Auto racing NASCAR results CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Results Saturday night from the 14th annual running of The Winston all-star event at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with starting position in parentheses, driver, hometown, type ol car, laps completed, reason out If any, and money won (total Includes any previous winnings Irom No Bull Twin 25s and Winston Open): 1. (5) Mark Martin, Balesville, Ark., Ford, 70, $257,500. 2. (3) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Pontiac, 70, $100,000. 3. (7) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford, 70, $57,500. 4. (14) Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford, 70, $30,000. 5. (16) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 70, $27,000. 6. (6) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Term., Chevrolet, 70, $25,000. 7. (1) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford, 70, $73,000. 8. (11) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 70, $21,500. 9. (13) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Chevrolet, 70, $20,500. 10. (17) Rich Bickle, Edgerton, Wis., Ford, 70, $19,500. 11. (B) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 70, $19,000. 12. (4) Jell Gordon, Vallejo, Calif., Chevrolet, 70, $83,500. 13. (10) Kenny Irwin, Indianapolis, Ford, 31, wreck, $16,000. 14. (2) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Chevrolet, 31, wreck, $28,000. 15. (12) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 31, wreck, $18,000. 16. (20) Jeremy Mayfield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 12, drive train, $77,0%. 17. (9) Darrell Wallrip, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet, 9, engine, $18,000. 18. (18) John Andretti, Indianapolis, Ponliac, 9, wreck, $18,000. 19. (19) Dale Earnhardt Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet, 9, wreck, $18,000. 20. (15) Ernie Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Ponliac, 2, wreck, $18,000. Busch results NAZARETH, Pa. (AP) — Results Sunday of the Busch Series Rrst Union, with finishing position, starting position in parentheses, driver, hometown, car, laps and reason out, H any: 1. (2) Tim Fedewa, Holt, Mich., Chevrolet, 200. 2. (27) Jeff Purvis, Clarksville, Tenn., Chevrolet, 200. 3. (7) Mike McLaughlin, Waterloo, New York, Chevrolet, 200. 4. (6) Matt Konseth, Cambridge, Wis., Chevrolet, 200. 5. (9) Joe Bessey, Scarborough, Maine, Chevrolet, 200. 6. (21) Ed Berrier, Winslon-Salem, N.C., Ford, 200. 7. (13) Jason Keller, Greenville, S.C., Chevrolet, 200. 8. (5) Elliott Sadler, Emporla, Va., Chevrolet, 200. 9. (10) Glenn Allen, Cincinnati, Chevrolet, 200. 10. (16) Ted Christopher, Plainville, Conn., Chevrolet, 200. 11. (12) Mark Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 200. 12. (8) Dick Trickier, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Chevrolet, 200. 13. (15) Jeff Green, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 200. 14. (4) Kevin Lepage, Shelbume, Vt, Chevrolet, 199. 15. (19) Mike Dillon, Lexington, N.C., Chevrolet, 199. 16. (14) Phil Parsons, Detroit, Chevrolet, 199. 17. (37) Mark Krogh, Kamiah, Idaho, Chevrolet, 199. 18. (23) Hermie Sadler, Emporia, Va., Chevrolet, 199. 19. (20) Patty Mcise, Jacksonville, Fla., Ford, 199. 20. (11) Shane Hall, Fountain Hill, S.C., Chevrolet, 199. 21. (25) Wayne Grubb, Mechanics*, Va., Chevrolet, 198. 22. (30) Jeff Krogh, Kamiah, Idaho, Chevrolet, 198. 23. (43) Ron Homaday Jr., Palmdale, Calif., Chevrolet, 197. 24. (26) Bryan Wall, Sandown, N.H., Ford, 197. 25. (39) Mike Olsen, North Haverhill, H.H., Chevrolet, 196. 26. (41) Glenn Sullivan, Westbury, N.Y., Chevrolet, 194. 27. (40) Barney McRae, Colchester, VI., Pontiac, 192. 28. (1) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet, 188. 29. (31) Mark McFariand, Winchester, Va., Chevrolet, 182. 30. (36) Mike Cope, Pinellas Park, Fla., Chevrolet, 180. 31. (34) Matt Mutter, Chardon, Ohio, Ponliac, 168. 32. (28) John Preston, Wyalusing, Pa., Ford, 165. 33. (22) Buckshot Jones, Montkello, Ga., Pon- liac, 140, accident. 34. (24) Andy Santerre, Cherryfield, Maine, Chevrolet, 114. 35. (32) Joey McCarthy, Randolph, N.J., Chevrolet, 99. 36. (3) Elton Sawyer, Chesapeake, Va. Ford, 98 engine. 37. (18) Tracy Leslie, Mount Clemens, Mich., Chevrolet, 80, accident. 38. (35) Blaise Alexander, Monloursville, Pa., Chevrolet, 80, accident. 39. (29) Mike Stefanik, Coventry, R.I., Chevrolet, 51, vibration. 40. (33) Martin Truex, Mayetta, N.J., Chevrolet, 41, handling. 41. (42) Ed Spencer, Danville, Pa., Chevrolet, 30, accident. 42. (17) Randy LaJoie, Norwalk, Conn., Chevrolet, 5, accident. 43. (38) Kevin Grubb, Mechanics*, Va. Ford, 2, brakes. NHRA results ENGLISHTOWN, N.J. (AP) — Results Sunday from the Mopar Parts Nationals, the eighth of 22 events In the $30-million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series, at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park: Top fuel Joe Amato, 4.614, 319.90 del. Cory McClenathan, 4.660, 314.39. Funny car John Force, 4.845, 323.89 del. Jim Epler 11.796,77.33. Pro stock Jeg Coughlin, 6.932, 198.52 del. Mike Ed wards, foul. Pro stock bike Angelle Seeling, 7.286,180.72 del. Greg Un derdahl, 7.394,161.59. Indy 500 lineup INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The lineup for th May 24 Indianapolis 500, with driver, homelow or country, car number, chassis-engine and fou lap average qualification speed around the 2'A mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway track In mp (w-tormer winner; r-rookie): Row 1 1. Billy Boat, Phoenix, No. 11, Dallara-Aurora 223.503 2. Greg Ray, Piano, Texas, No. 97, Dallara Aurora, 221.125. 3. Kenny Brack, Sweden, No. 14, Dallara-Au rora, 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, Dallai Aurora, 219.982. Row3 7. Scott Sharp, East Norwalk, Conn., No. Dallara-Aurora, 219.910. 8. Davey Hamilton, Las Vegas, No. 6, Force-Aurora, 219.748. 9. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Caplstran Calif., No. 21, Dallara-Aurora, 216.900. Row 4 10. Scott Goodyear, Canada, No. 4, G Force Aurora, 216.357. 11. w-Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. 91, Dal lara-Aurora, 218.288. 12. Mark Dlsmore, Greenfield, Ind., No. Dallara-Aurora, 218.096. RowS 13. r-J.J. Yeley, Phoenix, No. 44, Dallara-A rora, 218.044. 14. Marco Greco, Brazil, No. 16, G Force-A rora, 217.953. 15. Jack Miller, Carmel, Ind., No. 40, Dallar Infiniti, 217.800. Row 6 16. John Paul Jr., West Palm Beach, Fla., N 81 .Dallara-Aurora, 217.351. 17. Eddie Cheever, Tampa, Fla., No. 51, DC lara-Aurora, 217.334. 18. Buzz Calkins, Denver, No. 12, G Force-A rora, 217.197. Row 7 19. r-Andy Michner, Ann Arbor, Mich., No. 1 Dallara-Aurora, 216.922. 20. Jim Guthrie, Albuquerque, N.M., No. 53, Force-Aurora, 216.604. 21. r-Robby Unser, Santa Fe, N.M., No. 5 Dallara-Aurora, 216.534. RowS 22. r-Jack Hewitt, Troy, Ohio, No. 18, G Force Aurora, 216.450. 23. r-Sleve Knapp, Salem, Wis., No. 55, Force-Aurora, 216.445. 24. r-Donnle Beechler, Sherman, III., No. 98, Force-Aurora, 216.357. Row 9 25. Johnny Unser, Sun Valley, Idaho, No. Dallara-Aurora, 216.316. 26. (-Jimmy Kite, Stockbridge, Ga., No. 7, Da lara-Aurora, 219.290. 27. Jell Ward, San Juan Capislrano, Calif., N 35, G Force-Aurora, 219.086. Row 10 28. w-Arie Luyendyk, Netherlands, No. 5, Force-Aurora, 218.935. 29. r-Stan Wattles, Sewall's Point, Fla., No. 1 Riley&Scott-Aurora, 217.477. 30. Raul Boesel, Brazil, No. 30, G Forea-lnfii ti, 217.303. Row 11 31. Stephan Gregoire, France, No. 77, Force-Aurora, 217.036. 32. Mike Grail, Los Angeles, No. 10, G Force Aurora, 216.704. 33. Billy Roe, Gilbert, Ariz., No. 33, Dallara-Aura, 217.835. Salina Speedway Saturday's results IMCA MODIFIED A feature — 1. Paul Dutton, Wichita; 2. Darn Fergusson, Great Bend; 3. Dave Hardesty, nnapolis. B feature — 1. John Rawson, cPherson; 2. Joe Cleveland, Benninglon; 3. Shepard, Manhattan. C feature — 1. eveland; 2. Greg Caldwell, Salina; 3. Ricky anness, Abilene. Heat winners—Darwin Fer- isson; Dutton; Kenny Cross, Salina; Tim chevarria, Mllford; Jamie Bogart, Salina. STRICTLY STOCK A feature—1. Jeff Welsh, White City; 2. John ohler, Beloil; 3. Brad Whithom, Hutchinson. B ature — 1. Jerome Thomas, Grandview aza; 2. John McCarrell, Chapman; 3. Jeff Vood, Salina. Heat winners — Welsh; Danny torrlson, Bennlngton; Jeff Miller, Junction City; onny Robins, Minneapolis. MINI STOCK A feature — 1. G.W. Fuller, Tescott; 2. Billy uller, Salina; 3. Jerry Hedberg, Undsborg. B etrture — 1. Jeremy Hedberg, Undsborg; 2. ryan Hickman, Barnard; 3. Ron Rouse, Salina. eat winners—B. Fuller; G.W. Fuller; Gary Uty, Salina. PRO STOCK A feature — 1. Daryt Fergusson, Great Bend; Kenny Fuller, Salina; 3. Dwight Housh, Glen Ider. Heat winners — Daryl Fergusson; John egnoche, Clyde. Golf PGA results IRVING, Texas (AP) — Final scores and mon- y winnings Sunday of the $2.5 million GTE Byon Nelson Classic on the 6,924-yard, par-70 PC at the Four Seasons Resort and the 6,846- aid, par-70 Cottonwood Valley Golf Course: ohn Cook, $450,000 66-68-66-65—265 -lal Button, $186,667 66-65-68-69—268 red Couples, $186,667 66-67-63-72—268 Harrison Frazar, $186,667 64-68-66-70—268 leve Strieker, $100,000 67-72-65-65—269 jcott McCarron, $83,750 66-72-68-64—270 3 hll Mlckelson, $83,750 66-6S-69-67—270 Job Friend, $83,750 63-70-68-69—270 Tim Herron, $67,500 6W9-67-66—271 Clark Dennis, $67,500 67-72-63-69—271 Im Carter, $67,500 6848-66-69—271 Tiger Woods, $52,500 65-71-6947-272 Bob Estes, $52,500 6648-70-68—272 off Sluman, $52,500 67-67-69-69-272 'hil Blackmar, $41,250 694949-66—273 Kirk Triplet!, $41,250 69-704747—273 Mark O'Meara, $41,250 67-69-69-68—273 im Furyk, $41,250 66-704849—273 Phil Tataurangl, $29,250 7048-6848—274 Bob Tway, $29,250 70464949—274 ~>eter Jacobsen, $29,250 70484749—274 edTryba, $29,250 6648-70-70-274 ay Don Blake, $29,250 674849-70—274 ">ayne Stewart, $29,250 684748-71 —274 Steve Jones, $17,513 69-704947—275 Brad Fabel, $17,513 70494848—275 Dan Foreman, $17,513 67-714948—275 Gabriel Hjertstedt, $17,513 7046-7049—275 Steve Resch, $17,513 71464949—275 Corey Pavin, $17,513 70474949—275 RussCochran,$17,513 6847-70-70—275 cm Kite, $17,513 69-7046-70—275 ommy Armour III, $17,513 67-7246-70—275 Glen Day, $17,513 68-7047-70-275 We Heinen, $11,547 7049-7047—276 en Mattiace,$11,547 7146-7049—276 Bonnie Hammond, $11,547 66-70-70-70—276 Blaine McCallister, $11,547 65-7249-70—276 ustin Leonard, $11,547 684949-70—276 Chris DiMarco,$11,547 67-7148-70—276 Robert Damron, $11.547 6845-72-71—276 Esteban Toledo, $11,547 724746-71—276 iuy Hill, $7,613 7049-7147—277 Ben Crenshaw, $7,613 7049-7048—277 R.W. Eaks, $7,613 66-734949-277 Larry Mlze, $7,613 6949-7049—277 Doug Martin, $7,613 6948-70-70—277 Tom Watson, $7,613 64-70-72-71—277 Scott Gump, $7,613 65-7049-73—277 Trevor Dodds, $7,613 68-7145-73—277 Tom Byrum, $5,883 68-71-7049—278 Vance Veazey, $5,883 69-7049-70—278 Willie Wood, $5,883 6948-70-71—278 Rocco Mediate, $5,883 67-70-70-71—278 Craig Stadler, $5,883 714749-71—276 Ronnie Black, $5,883 734646-73—278 Jeff Maggert, $5,525 69-70-7149—279 Chris Perry, $5,525 67-70-7349—279 Mike Hulbeit, $5,525 714849-71—279 Don Pooley, $5,525 67-71-70-71—279 Lee Rinker, $5,525 694849-73-279 Kenny Perry, $5,525 67-7246-74—279 Ben Bales, $5,225 65-74-70-71—280 Frank UcWiter, $5,225 65-72-72-71—280 Craig Barlow, $5,225 6948-72-71—280 Ernie Els, $5,225 6949-71-71—280 Fulton Allem, $5,225 69-7049-72—280 Paul Goydos, $5,225 724649-73—280 Nolan Henke, $5,050 7544-70-72—281 Mike Springer, $4,925 7148-71-72—282 Tom Pemice Jr., $4,925 7346-71-72—282 Glen Hnatiuk, $4,925 6849-72-73—282 Jim McGovem, $4,925 7147-71-73—282 David Frost, $4,750 68-71-74-72—285 David Ogrin, $4,750 67-72-72-74—285 Richard Coughlan, $4,750 7048-74-73—285 Omar Urestl, $4,625 6948-79-71—287 John Daly, $4,625 67-71-70-79-28; Jeff Gallagher, $4,550 6949-74-76-288 Seniors results BELTON, Mo. (AP) - Scores Sunday afte the final round of the $1 million Saint Luke's Seniors Classic, played on the 6,539-yard, par-7 Loch Lloyd Country Club: Larry Zegler, $150,000 6947-72—208 Tom Shaw, $88,000 7346-70—209 Isao Aoki, $60,000 70-7348—21 Walt Morgan, $60,000 7545-71—21 Hugh Baiocchi, $60,000 7545-71—21 Bob Murphy, $38,000 7249-71—212 Bruce Summerhays, $38,000 68-70-74—212 Rik Massengale, $27,500 73-7248—21: Jesse Palino, $27,500 764948—21: Bob Duval, $27,500 71-71-71—21: Tom Wargo, $27,500 7148-74—21; Dana Quigley, $19,750 72-72-70—2t Jerry McGee, $19,750 73-70-71—2V Jim Dent, $19,750 7548-71—21- Fred Gibson, $19,750 65-74-75—21 Frank Conner, $16,000 7945-71—21: David Graham, $16,000 7448-73—211 Mike McCullough, $16,000 72-70-73—21: Don January, $11,829 74-71-71—21: Walter Hall, $11,829 7848-70—21: Ed Dougherty, $11,829 7847-71—21: Jim Colbert, $11,829 72-72-72—21: Joe Inman, $11,829 7648-72—21: Dave Eichelberger, $11,829 73-71-72—21: Lee Trevino,$11,829 7449-73—21: Dave Stockton, $8,700 78-7148—21 Harold Henning, $8,700 76-70-71—21 Bob E. Smith, $8,700 71-72-74—21 Tom Jenkins, $8,700 73-70-74—21 John Mahaffey, $8,700 7646-75—21 Buzz Thomas, $6,463 76-7349—21, John Paul Cain, $6,463 76-71-71—21 Don Bles, $6,463 7649-73-21 Leonard Thompson, $6,463 7649-73—21 Charles Coody, $6,463 71-73-74—21 John Schroeder, $6,463 7648-74—21 Bobby Stroble, $6,463 72-71-75—21 Bruce Crampton, $6,463 7547-76—21 Ray Arinno, $4,900 74.74.71—2) John Jacobs, $4,900 77-70-72—21 Ed Sneed, $4,900 71-75-73—21 KermitZartey, $4,900 7449-76—21 Don Klenk, $4,900 71-71-77—21 Kurt Cox, $4,000 75-73-72—22 Dick Hendrickson, $4,000 75-72-73—22 DeWitt Weaver, $4,000 8147-72—22 Don Maddox, $4,000 72-72-76—22 Babe Hiskey, $3,300 77-7549—22 Bob Lunn. $3,300 76-71 -74—22 Chuck Thorpe, $3,300 72-72-77—22 Butch Baird, $2,560 79-72-71—222 Bruce Lehnhard, $2,560 76-72-74—222 Gibby Gilbert, $2,560 73-74-75—222 Lee Elder, $2,560 75-71-76—222 John Morgan, $2,560 7847-77—222 Homero Blancas, $2,050 79-71 -73—22 Jimmy Powell, $2,050 76-74-73—22 Orville Moody, $2,050 77-72-74—22 Miller Barber, $2,050 73-73-77—22 Calvin Peele, $1,800 74-72-78—224 Billy King, $1,700 7749-79—225 Jack Rule Jr., $1,600 78-74-74-226 Bruce Devlin, $1,450 75-79-73-227 Bob Wynn, $1,450 75-75-77—227 David Lundstrom, $1,250 83-73-72—228 Walter Zembrtski, $1,250 80-73-75-228 Jerry Heard, $1,050 76-78-75—229 Ben Smith, $1,050 83-70-76-229 Bob Zimmerman, $910 81-74-76—231 Hank Cooper, $910 80-76-75—231 Chuck Milne, $790 81 -76-75—232 Peter Oosterhuls, $790 80-73-79—232 Rod Curl, $700 80-72-81—233 Bobby Mitchell, $660 78-79-78—235 Don Massengale, $620 77-79-80—236 Rives McBee, $580 . 804240—242 Mike Felchlck, $540 83-84-81 —248 LPGA results WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Final scores and oney winnings Sunday of the $1.3 million Mc- tinald's LPGA Championship on the 6,386- rd, par-71 DuPont Country Club course: Ri Pak, $195,000 6548-7248—273 Jonna Andrews, $104,666 714749-69—276 sa Hackney, $104,666 70-6649-71—276 <arrie Webb, $62,145 71-7347-66—277 endy Ward, $62,145 714749-70-277 eg Mallon, $39,467 714948-70—278 hris Johnson, $39,467 69-7147-71—278 milee Klein, $39,467 724748-71—278 «trin Nllsmark, $29,110 69-73-70-67—279 ellyRobblns, $29,110 69-7148-71—279 an Pitcock, $23,180 69-75-7046—280 nnette DeLuca, $23,180 70-70-7149—280 ne Geddes, $23,180 69-69-70-72—280 ammie Green, $19,691 7248-70-71—281 sa Wallers, $19,691 6649-73-73—281 aria HJorth, $17,402 71 -70-7348—282 uli Inkster, $17,402 70-7149-72—282 Ichele Redman, $15,767 70-71-74-68—283 arln Koch, $15,767 71-7349-70—283 Johnston-Forbes, $15,767 71 -70-70-72—283 anice Moodie, $13,558 7549-7347—284 elen Dobson, $13,558 76-70-70-68—284 at Hurst, $13,558 71 -7348-72—284 ennyUdback, $13,558 70-7348-73—284 ana Dormann,$11,579 71-74-74-66—285 ichelle McGann, $11,579 68-74-73-70—285 ancy Scranton, $11,579 73-7347-72—285 usie Redman, $11,579 68-7649-72—285 ale Eggellng, $11,579 6849-74-74—285 Vendy Doolan, $9,365 73-72-71-70—286 Ickie Odegard, $9,365 69-74-73-70—286 nnika Sorenstam, $9,365 73-71-71-71—286 achel Hetherington, $9,365 71-71-72-72—286 orie Kane, $9,365 72-7348-73—286 risTschetter, $9,365 71-71-71-73—286 oanne Moriey, $9,365 734949-75—286 herri Stelnhauer, $7,093 73-73-71-70—287 etsy King, $7,093 71-73-72-71—287 .Spencer-Devlin, $7,093 74-71-70-72—287 selotte Neumann, $7,093 7349-73-72—287 laggle Halpln, $7,093 73-7348-73—287 fchelle Estill, $7,093 72-70-72-73—287 alrlona Matthew, $7,093 74-7048-75—287 awn Coe-Jones, $5,168 7149-80-68—288 ally Little, $5,168 76-70-7349—268 ancy Lopez, $5,168 75-71-71-71—288 Laura Davles, $5,168 72-73-72-71—288 indy McCurdy, $5,168 70-74-72-72—288 M.FIgueras-Dotti, $5,168 72-72-71-73—288 at Bradley, $5,168 72-73-67-76—288 :indy Figg-Currier, $3,794 73-73-7449-289 im Salkl, $3,794 arb Mucha, $3,794 )iane Barnard, $3,794 Helen Alfredsson, $3,794 Va Dahllof , $3,1 07 D.Sorenstam, $3,107 69-74-74-72—289 70-74-72-73—289 72-7449-74—289 71-71-73-74—289 72-74-72-72—290 72-72-71-75—290 Caroline McMillan, $2,499 73-72-75-71—291 (risti Albers, $2,499 73-71 -76-71—291 <ris Monaghan, $2,499 7549-73-74—291 Beth Daniel, $2,499 70-74-73-74—291 Missie Berteotti, $2,499 72-70-74-75—291 Hollis Stacy, $2,028 68-78-75-71—292 Hole-in-one WHO — Dee Norn's. WHERE — Salina Country Club. WHEN — Sunday, May 17, 1998. HOLE — No. 4. DISTANCE — 129 yards. CLUB USED — 5-wood. WITNESSES — Ruth Morris, C.L Clark, Conla Clark. Track A field Big 12 results COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Sunday's finals re- ults from the Big 12 Outdoor Championships, leld at the Audrey J. Walton Track. MEN Team scores Nebraska 155, Baylor 101, Texas 93'A, Okla- loma 68'A, Kansas State 66'A, Colorado 63, Missouri 59, Kansas 57, Texas A&M 57. Individual results 100m dash — 1. Topps, N, 10.29. 2. Harris, S, 10.35. 3. Miller, TT. 10.36. 4. Wilson, 0, 10.38.5. Brown, N, 10.39.6. Stalen, N, 10.42. 200m dash — 1. Couls, B, 20.71.2. Smith, B, 20.79. 3. Black, KS, 20.90.4. Staten, N, 20.91. 5. Topps, N, 20.92.6. Price, A&M, 20.93. 400m dash — 1. Couls, B, 45.39: 2. Melbourne, KS, 45.84.3. Davis, C, 46.04.4. Bragner, B, 46.58. 5. Lannefors, A&M, 46.64. 6. Shade, M, 47.33. 800m run — 1. Peterson, M, 1:47.78. 2. Davis, B, 1:49.43. 3. Galas, KS, 1:50.32. 4. Schafer, C, 1:50.47.5. Terry, B, 1:51.57.6. Gru- ber.K, 1:51.63. 1,500m run — 1. Goucher, C, 3:43.23. 2. Larabee, 0, 3:47.52. 3. Farrow, IS, 3:48.78. 4. Cooper, B, 3:50.75. 5. Kimbell, T, 3:51.41. 6. Young, OS, 3:51.95. 5,000m run — 1. Goucher, C, 14:07.51. 2. Njenga, TT, 14:22.10. 3. Boor, N, 14:22.72. 4. Larabee, 0,14:35.12.5. Farrow, IS, 14:38.36.6. Wells, C, 14:40.07. 110m hurdles — 1. Wade, A&M, 13.51. 2. McAfee, B, 13.79.3. Mazlur, B, 14.00.4. Patterson, K, 14.02.5. Hamilton, T, 14.05. 6. Powell, A&M, 14.14. 400m hurdles — 1. Brown, 0, 48.98. 2. Watts, B, 49.45. 3. Clarke, 0, 51.13.4. James, 0, 51.22. 5. DePass, C, 51.56. 6. McAfee, B, 51.83. Steeplechase — 1. Sloan, OS, 8:52.30. 2. Hughes, M, 8:52.30. 3. Wells, C, 8:55.50. 4. Too, IS, 9:00.20. 5. Pirtle, M, 9:08.50. 6. Mac- Dowel], M, 9:09.20. 400m relay — 1. Baylor 39.62.2. Texas Tech 39.65. 3. Oklahoma 39.68. 4. Nebraska 39.77. 5. Texas A&M 39.90.6. Kansas Stale 40.64. 1,600m relay — 1. Baylor 3:01.84. 2. Oklahoma 3:04.32. 3. Texas 3:06.34. 4. Kansas State 3:06.71. 5. Texas A&M 3:07.78. 6. Missouri 3:08.88. Pole vault — 1. Duffy, 0,174V4.2. Romlto, K, 17-3. 3. Miller, K, 16-10V4. 4. Davis, T, 1610%. 5. Nachtigal, N, 16-10*. 6. Richmond, N, 164V4. Triple Jump — 1. Hercules, T, 52-8%. 2. Smith, K, 52-1.3. Lovelace, T, 51-1 </i. 4. Prebyl, N, 50-5 1 /4.5. Thomas, M, 50-4. 6. Stairs, N, 48- 5V4. Discus — 1. Singleton, C, 181-7.2. Erdkamp, N, 179-2.3. Peterson, KS, 175-8.4. Westendorf, T, 171-11. 5. Warren, N, 170-7. 6. Meinke, M, 170-5. Javelin — 1. Russell, K, 247-7. 2. Re, M, 244-7. 3. Gumm, N, 219-7. 4. Mott, T, 219-3. 5. Warren, N, 215-0.6. Grasha, A&M, 206-2. WOMEN Team scores Texas 151, Nebraska 113, Baylor 98%, Kansas Stale 77, Iowa State 69 'A, Texas A&M 66 'ti, Colorado 60, Oklahoma 52. Individual results 100m dash — 1. Backus, T, 11.25.2. Vaughn, T, 11.35.3. McGruder, T, 11.52.4. Lafayette, B, 11.55.5. Horton, 0,11.65.6. Brown, 0,11.69. 200m dash — 1. Backus, T, 22.73.2. Vaughn, T, 23.17. 3. McGruder, T, 23.33. 4. Reid, T, 23.40. 5. Lafayette, B, 23.46. 6. Haddad, T, 23.49. 400m dash — 1. Reid, T, 51.21.2. Brown, T, 51.56. 3. Nelson, B, 51.92. 4. Cargill, 0, 52.25. 5. Jordan, B, 52.33.6. Cooper, B, 53.47. 800m run — 1. Diaz, T, 2:05.82.2. Croom, N, 2:06.97. 3. Tinker, 0, 2:07.82. 4. Roepke, IS, 2:08.89.5. Thompson, OS, 2:09.03.6. Bresnan, IS, 2:09.81. 1,500m run — 1. Diaz, T, 4:20.25.2. Smith, C, 4:22.59. 3. Turner, TT, 4:24.29. 4. Smith, C, 4:25.81. 5. Sweeney, T, 4:29.03. 6. Grady, IS, 4:30.04. 5,000m run — 1. Smith, B, 16:53.56. 2. Wet- terhus, KS, 16:59.74. 3. Emstrom, B, 17:02.03. 4. Wiseman, N, 17:10.04.5. Smith, C, 17:11.10. 6. Pounds, IS, 17:23.92. 100m hurdles — 1. Vaughn, T, 13.22. 2. Jo- iivet, A&M, 13.34. 3. Carter, A&M, 13.46. 4. Rembert, N, 13.59. 5. Peters, TT, 13.77. 6. Ka- manl, B, 13.84. 400m hurdles — 1. Jolivet, A&M, 55.83. 2. Rembert, N, 55.96. 3. Svensson, IS, 59.86. 4. Meisinger, N, 1:00.65. 5. Ohaeri, A&M, 1:01.38. 6. Cooper, C, 1:02.98. 400m relay — 1. Texas 43.64. 2. Baylor 44.31.3. Oklahoma 44.67.4. Texas A&M 45.12; 5. Nebraska 45.58.6. Texas Tech 46.04. 1,600m relay — 1. Baylor 3:29.11. 2. Oklahoma 3:31.81. 3. Texas 3:31.94. 4. Nebraska 3:32.80. 5. Kansas St. 3:40.30. 6. Texas Tech 3:42.10. High jump -1. Aldrtch, T, 6-K. 2. Wallace, T, 5-8. V>. 3. Elbert, IS, 5-8*. 4. Anderson, KS, 5-7.5. (tie) Szlendakova, IS & Rose, B, 5-7. Pole vault— 1. Mason, K, 12-5 V4; 2. Anderson, KS, 12-5'A; 3. Stewart, N, 11-7V<; 4. Branson, K, 11-7W; 5. Harris, 0,11-7V«; 6. Robblns, 08,11-1%. Shot put — 1. Thompson, N, 59-7; 2. Griebel, IS, 51-7'/4; 3. Cumyn, IS, 50-1 V<; 4. Seller, KS, 48-11; 5. Trofholz, N, 47-3%; 6. Heldt, N, 46-11. Javelin — 1. Elsenlauer, A&M, 170-9; 2. Eklof, T, 166-2; 3. Holloman, M, 161-10; 4. Whllham, KS, 158-3; 5. Webster, 0, 1544; 6. Wellings, IS, 151-4. MVC results CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Results Sunday from the Missouri Valley Conference track meet: MEN Team scores 1, Northern Iowa 138, Illinois Slate 127, South- em Illinois 105, Indiana State 104, Wichita State 63, Southwest Missouri State 61, Drake 52. Individual results 100m dash—1. Reid, Southwest Missouri State, 10.19.2. Pendelton, Illinois State, 10.27. 3. (tie) Wells, Wichita Stale & Adam, Northern Iowa, 10.41. 5. Ward, Northern Iowa, 10.42. 6. Brown, Indiana State, 10.52. 200m dash—1. Pendelton, Illinois State, 20.58.2. Wells, Wichita Slate, 20.90.3. Archer, Southern Illinois, 21.05.4. Adam, Northern Iowa, 21.12. 5. Ward, Northern Iowa, 21.13. 6. Williams, Drake, 21.25. 400m dash—1. Wescom, Illinois State, 47.13. 2. Winslow, Indiana State, 47.70. 3. Archer, Southern Illinois, 48.21.4. Wilson, Southern Illinois, 48.45.5. Bradley, Northern Iowa, 49.38.6. Workman, Illinois State, 50.13. 800m run—1. Botha, Wichita Stale, 1:51.90. 2. Sand, Drake, 1:52.50. 3. Potter, Northern Iowa, 1:53.30. 4. Wescom, Illinois Stale, 1:54.55. 5. Holbrook, Indiana Slate, 1:54.62. 6. Swan, Drake, 1:54.63. 1,500m run—1. Birkmeler, Illinois State, 4:01.01. 2. Gabrielson, Drake, 4:07.03. 3. Beasley, Southwest Missouri State, 4:07.28. 4. Csillag, Northern Iowa, 4:08.16. 5. Govero, Southwest Missouri State, 4:08.30. 6. Haack, Drake, 4:08.50. 5,000m run—1. Bailey, Illinois State, 14:55.04. 2. Parks, Southern Illinois, 14:55.99. 3. Levente, Northern Iowa, 14:58.64.4. Carlson, Southwest Missouri State, 15:02.37.5. Gunn, Indiana Stale, 15:11.65. 6. Schendel, Drake, 15:12.27. 110m hurdles—1. Herring, Indiana State, 13.87.2. Martin, Indiana State, 14.17.3. Porter, Indiana Slate, 14.20.4. Clayton, Northern Iowa, 14.40.5. Dell'Aringa, Southern Illinois, 14.60.6. Slelk, Southern Illinois, 14.77. 400m hurdles—1. Noel, Illlinols State, 51.64. 2. MacLagan, Northern Iowa, 52.48.3. Johnson, Indiana State, 53.86. 4. Martin, Indiana State, 54.05. 5. Boettcher, Northern Iowa, 54.18. 6. Morehead, Southwest Missouri State, 55.92. 400m relay—1. Southwest Missouri State, 40.54.2. Northern Iowa, 41.12.3. Indiana State, 41.52. 4. Southern Illinois, 42.21. 5. Wichita State, 42.26. 1,600m relay—1. Southern Illinois, 3:11.89.2. Illinois State 3:12.58.3. Drake 3:13.21.4. Northem Iowa, 3:13.41. 5. Indiana State 3:19.33. 6. Wichita Stale 3:22.64. Discus—1. Jarboe, Illlonis Stale, 183 feet, 6 inches. 2. Thompson, Drake, 168-2. 3. Patz, Indiana State, 160-5. 4. Nordyke, Northern Iowa, 160-0. 5. Stevens, Indiana State, 155-11. 6. Cook, Wichita Slate, 154-7. Triple Jump—1. Crookendale, Southwest Missouri State, 51-V4. 2. Henry, Southern Illinois, 50-7 <A. 3. Young, Indiana Slate, 49-7 '/<. 4. Stapleton, Illinois Stale, 49-3V4. 5. Bowers, South- em Illinois, 49-1 'A. 6. Hughes, Southwest Missouri State, 49-1 'A. Shot put—1. Thompson, Drake, 54-11V4. 2. O'Neill, Northern Iowa, 52-6 'A. 3. Barrett, Illinois Slate, 50-10'A. 4. Sandusky, Southern Illinois, 50-6%. 5. Phillips, Indiana State, 49-5 V4. 6. Fribley, Indiana State, 47-5%. High jump—1. Berlin, Northern Iowa, 6-10.2. (tie) Halverson, Indiana Slate, & Green, Southwest Missouri State, 6-8.4. Lefever, Drake, 6-8. 5. (tie) King, Southern Illinois; Edwards, Indiana State & Closson, Indiana Slate, 64. WOMEN Team scares Indiana State 125V5, Southwest Missouri Slate 124'A, Illinois Stale 104, Wichita Slate 95, Southern Illinois 67, Drake 62'A, Bradley 41, Northern Iowa 25. 100m dash—1. Garrett, Southwest Missouri Stale, 11.71. 2. Watkins, Southwest Missouri Slate, 11.86.3. Williams, Illinois State, 11.93.4. Jackson, Indiana State, 12.01. 5. Williams, Southern Illinois, 12.06.6. Shittu, Indiana State, 12.08. 200m dash—1. Garrett, Southwest Missouri Slate, 23.40. 2. Lesions, Southwest Missouri State, 23.72.3. Williams, Illinois State, 24.20.4. Pommells, Southwest Missouri State, 24.25. 5. Watkins, Southwest Missouri State, 24.25. 6. Shittu, Indiana Slate, 24.72. 400m dash—1. Lesions, Southwest Missouri State, 54.64. 2. Pommells, Southwest Missouri Slate, 55.27. 3. Shittu, Indiana State, 56.21. 4. Zwagerman, Drake, 57.06. 5. Halterman, Indiana Stale, 57.59. 6. DeTiege, Wichita Slate, 58.59. 800m run—1. Leaf, Indiana State, 2:14.05.2. Nolden, Southern Illinois, 2:15.55.3. Under, Wichita State, 2:15.90.4. Kirk, Bradley, 2:16.14.5. Addington, Drake, 2:16.47. 6. Parsons, Southwest Missouri State, 2:17.04. 1,500m run—1. Menser, Indiana State, 4:35.07.2. Hill, Bradley, 4:36.60.3. Swartz, Wichita State, 4:44.44.4. Johnson, Drake, 4:46.21. 5. Cooper, Indiana Slate, 4:47.01. 6. French, Southern Illinois, 4:49.63. 5,000m run—1. Hill, Bradley, 17:47.21. 2. Sudbeck, Drake, 17:55.94.3. Monaco, Southern Illinois, 18:04.86. 4. Beste, Illinois State, 18:22.68. 5. Wise, Southwest Missouri Slate, 18:28.28.6. Boucher, Wichita State, 18:29.79. 100m hurdles—1. Walker, Indiana State, 14.23.2. Welly, Wichita Slate, 14.25.3. Ralzlaff, Northern Iowa, 14.33. 4. Wear, Northern Iowa, 14.50. 5. Bruecker, Indiana State, 14.56. 6. Pierce, Illinois State, 14.93. 400m hurdles—1. Bruecker, Indiana State, 1:10.53. 2. Runchey, Drake, 1:02.36. 3. Myhra, Indiana State, 1:03.30.4. Head, Drake, 1:03.46. 5. Butler, Southwest Missouri Stale, 1:05.23. 6. Divine, Drake, 1:06.15. 400m relay—1. Southwest Missouri Stale, 45.88. 2. Southern Illinois, 47.70. 3. Drake, 48.28. 1,600m relay—1. Southwest Missouri Slate, 3:42.09. 2. Indiana State, 3:46.98. 3. Drake, 3:50.10.4. Southern Illinois, 3:53.63.5. Northern Iowa, 3:56.77.6. Bradley, 4:27.80. Hammer throw—1. Panek, Wichita Slate, 199-2.2. Joy, Illinois State, 173-3.3. Myers, Indiana Stale, 167-1. 4. Fletcher, Illinois Stale, 165-3. 5. York, Northern Iowa, 163-9. 6. Stockham, Wichita State, 159-7. High jump—1. Dyal, Indiana Stale, 5-10V.. 2. Hill, Southern Illinois, 5-7%. 3. Pierce, Illinois State, 5-7%. 4. (tie) Rupert, Indiana State; Head, Drake & Bartickman, Southwest Missouri Slate, 5-5 V,. Discus—1. Joy, Illinois State, 181-0. 2. Wincell, Illinois State, 165-1. 3. Oliver, Southwest Missouri State, 156-11.4. Hyland, Indiana Stale, 156-8.5. Panek, Wichita State, 153-1.6. Evarts, Wichita State, 1534. Triple lump—1. Mapp, Illinois State, 40-5.2. Miller, Illinois State, 39-'A. 3. Haan, Illinois State, 38-8 %. 4. Hill, Southern Illinois, 384%. 5. Head, Drake, 38-2. 6. Scroggins, Wichita State, 374. General Transactions BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM ANGELS-Placed 2B Randy Velarde on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled INF Justin Baughman from Vancouver of the PCL ' OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Placed 3B Dave Magadan on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled 3B Mark Bellhom Irom Edmonlon of the PCL. TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS—Placed INF Bobby Smith on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 13. Called up RHP Eddie Gaillard from Durham of the International League. National League FLORIDA MARLINS-Recalled OF Todd Dunwoody, OF-1B Ryan Jackson and RHP Oscar Henriquez from Charlotte of the International League. LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Optioned INF Wilton Guerrero to Albuquerque of the PCL. Placed OF Trenidad Hubbard on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 14. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Recalled RHP Manuel Aybar from Memphis ol the PCL Optioned RHP Brady Raggio to Memphis. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Placed OF James Moulon on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled OF Ruben Rivera Irom Las Vegas ol the PCL FOOTBALL National Football League SEATTLE SEAHAWKS-Named Bill Ouinler pro scouting director. SPORTS DIGEST Clippers will draft first By Bloomberg News SECAUCUS, N.J. — The Los Angeles Clippers received the first overall selection in the National Basketball Association draft lottery, marking the 12th time in 14 years that the team with the worst record in the league hasn't won the top pick. The Vancouver Grizzlies actually won the lottery, however, they were ineligible for the first pick under terms of their expansion agreement upon entering the league in 1995. The Grizzlies instead get the second pick, followed by the Denver Nuggets, who had the worst record in the NBA this season at 11-71. Although the team with the league's worst regular season record has the highest probability of winning the first overall pick, it has happened only twice in the 14 years the lottery has been held.; The Clippers, who finished the third-worst record in the NBA this season at 17-65, jumped up to get the top pick for the first time since 1988, when they took Danny Manning. Auto racing ENGLISHTOWN, N.J. — Joe Amato, John Force, Jeg Coughlin, and Angelle Seeling won their respective pro categories Sunday at the Mopar Parts Nationals. The $1.5 million race was the eighth of 22 events in the $30 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series. Amato earned his second Top Fuel victory in a row and fifth at this event in a high-powered final round match-up against Winston points leader Cory McClenathan. Amato ran 4.614 seconds at 319.90 mph in his Tenneco Automotive dragster, while McClenathan was just a tick slower at 4.660 at 314.39. Amato also increased the national speed record in Top Fuel to 323.50 mph during a quarterfinal win over Doug Kalitta. Force was impressive in scoring his first Funny Car victory of the season. Force covered the quarter-mile in 4.845 at 323.89 in his Castrol GTX Ford Mustang to defeat Jim Epler. Force's national speed record was also the fastest in NHRA history. Jeg Coughlin claimed his first Pro Stock win of the season when Mike Edwards left the starting line too early. Seeling earned her first Pro Stock Motorcycle victory of the season. NAZARETH, Pa. — Tim Fedewa continued a run of success at Nazareth Speedway, driving to his second career NASCAR Busch Series victory Sunday in the First Union 200. Fedewa, who started second in a Chevrolet, took the lead from Jeff Purvis on the 175th of 200 laps over the .946-mile oval. He held off Purvis by 1.499 seconds. Fedewa's only other win came at Nazareth, in 1995. Series points leader Mike McLaughlin was third, Matt Kenseth fourth and Joe Bessey fifth. All drove ! Chevrolets. Ed Barrier overtook pole-sitter Dale : Earnhardt Jr. on lap 61 after Earnhardt was penalized and sent to the rear of the lead lap for running over the grass entering the pits. Baseball MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Brewers slugger John Jaha has been cited for drunken driving, authorities said Sunday. The Brewers' first baseman also was cited for excessive speed and non-regis- ; tration of a vehicle when he was stopped in suburban Elm Grove early Friday, Police Chief Jeffrey Haig said. Jaha refused to take a breathalyzer test, which is a violation in Wisconsin. As a result, he was required to take a blood-alcohol test. Those results won't be available for about two weeks. Jaha has been on the disabled list since he hurt his foot in an April 22 game. Golf ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — The First Tee program, launched six months ago with hopes of building 100 golf facilities for kids by the year 2000, got a major boost Sunday when the PGA of America gave $6 million. Half of the money, spread over : three years, will go toward administration and operation of the program. The other $3 million will be available to local PGA sections to develop First Tee facilities. The First Tee is supported by virtuf ally every organization in golf. The idea is to majie golf accessible and affordable to youngsters, par-'- ticularly minorities. Hockey ZURICH, Switzerland — Despite the room-trashing in Japan by some Team USA players, partici-' pation by the NHL in the next winter games wbuld be welcomed by the IOC president Juan Antonio' Samaranch. "Too much has been made of the ' • American players in Nagano," Samaranch said Sunday at the site of the World Championships of hockey. "These were young players, things happen. "We cannot approve of it, but you cannot condemn them to death. They were punished and now we have to look to the future." There was speculation that the IOC might not welcome professional hockey players back when the Olympics are next- contested in 2002 at Salt Lake City. Track & field CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — It's called a team championship and that's the way Northern Iowa won'--; the Missouri Valley Conference track title — as a team. Northern Iowa relied on its depth to offset Illinois State's front-end strength and won the men's outdoor championship Sunday for the second time in four years. Illinois State won six events to Northern Iowa's one first-place finish.' But the Panthers scored in 13 of the 14 events on Sunday's program and finished with 138 points.; Illinois State had 127. Indiana State edged indoor champion Southwest Missouri State by one point' for the women's title. Former Salina South stand-out Tricia Linder, who competes for Wichita State, placed third in the 800-meter run in a time of 2:15.90. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Brown Mackle 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) 785-628-8614 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 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-755-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978-3267

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