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B2 JTUESDAY. MAY 19, 1993 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule i BASKETBALL 7:30 p.m. - NBA Playoffs, Indiana at Chicago, TNT, cable 41. BOXING 8 p.nv — Boxing, Wayro McCultough vs. Juan Polo-Perez; Merqul Sosa vs. Ray Berry, 5?! HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. - NHL Playoffs, Detroit at St. Louis, ESPN, cable 38. Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB New York 28 9 .757 — Boston 27 15 .643 3VS Tampa Bay 20 22 .476 10 '/i Baltimore 20 23 .465 11 Toronto 20 23 .465 11 Central Division W L Pet. GB Otvetend 23 19 .548 — Minnesota 18 24 .429 5 Chicago 17 24 .415 5Vi DW*t 15 24 .385 6V4 Kansas City 16 26 .381 7 West Division W L Pet. GB T«»as 26 16 .619 — Anaheim 21 21 .500 5 Seattle 21 22 .488 5% Oakland 19 23 .452 7 Sunday's results Texas 1. Cleveland 0 Boston S. Kansas City 3 patroit 4. Anaheim 3 NY Yankees 4. Minnesota 0 Tampa Bay 7, Baltimore 3 Oakland 9. Chicago While Sox 7 Toronto 4, Seattle 3 •'•' ' " Monday's results Seattle 9. Toronto 4 Oakland 14. Chicago White Sox 0 Detroitl I.Anaheim 2 ; l«mpa Bay 6, Baltimore 3 . ,.'" Tuesday's games * Tampa Bay (D.Springer 1-6) al Toronto (Wiltams 3-2). 6:05 p.m. Chicago While Sox (Bers 1-4) at Boston (Saberhagen 5-1). 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Johns 0-1) at NY Yankees (Cone 51). 6:35 p.m. Cleveland (Ogea 1-2) at Kansas City (Rapp 33), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Sager 1-0) at Minnesota (Radke 4-3), ;7*5-.p.m. "- SaaWe (Johnson 3-8) at Texas (Hailing 6-1), "7:35'p.m. ' Oakland (Rogers 6-2) at Anaheim (Finley 4-1), ••3:05 p.m. - NATIONAL LEAGUE • :, East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 32 13 .711 — flew York 20 19 .513 9 Philadelphia 20 21 .488 10 .Montreal 15 27 .357 15 'A '-Florida 15 30 .333 17 Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 27 16 .628 — 'Chicago 25 18 .581 2 'Milwaukee 22 20 .524 4V4 St. Louis 21 21 .500 S'A Cincinnati 21 22 .488 6 Pittsburgh 20 24 .455 7% West Division 1 W L Pet. GB San Diego 29 14 .674 — San Francisco 25 19 .568 4% Los Angeles 21 22 .488 8 Colorado 19 26 .422 11 ; Arizona 12 32 .273 17 14 Sunday's results Chicago Cubs 10, Cincinnati 1 St. Louis 13, Florida 4 , Houston 8, Atlanta 1 Colorado 2, Milwaukee 1 Los Angeles 6, Montreal 3 San Diego 3, Philadelphia 1 San Francisco 4. NY Mets 2 Arizona 8. Pittsburgh 2 • Monday's results Atlanta 4. Hasten 0 Florida 7. SL Lcuis 3 Amona 9, Pitefcurgn 2 ", Cdcnsdo 3. Milwaukee 5 Tuesdays games ' •- CinorreS (Tcmdo 5-! and Wrehesler 2-1) at NY Mets (Scf^rcn 0-1 and Jones 2-3), 2, 4:10 p.m. • Houston (Schourek 1-1) at Montreal (Perez 2- ,3),:6:05p.m. St. Louis (Petkovsek 2-1) at Philadelphia ' "(Green 3-3), 6:05 p.m. San Diego (Hamilton 3-3) at Pittsburgh (Silva 4-3), 6:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Park 4-1 ) at Chicago Cubs (Trachsel 4-1), 7:05 p.m. San Francisco (Estes 3-5) al Milwaukee (Eldred 0-3), 7:05 p.m. •American League ' - MARINERS 9, BLUE JAYS 4 .SEATTLE TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl Cora2b 2211 Stewart cf 4000 jAgdgzss 4121 SGreenrf 5110 -.GrlyJrcf 5123 Cnsecolf 2100 . Segii 1b 5000 CDkjdo 1b 5000 '-EMrtnzdh 5130 Stanley dh 3010 GHStf 4000 TFmdz2b 4 1 f 1 'Amarallf 1000 Sprgue3b 2011 RDavis3b 4110 Fltcherc 4010 Ducey rf 4210 Grbeck ss 2122 Mrzanoc 4124 jjobto 38 912 9 Totals 31 4 7 4 ',; Seattle 040 320 000—9 /Toronto 012 100 000—4 ••" E— Sprajue (8). DP— Seattle 2. LOB— Seat- '"jle 7, Toronto 9. 2B— ARodriguez 2 (10), ; EMartnez 2 (13), Majzano (2), SGreen (7), , "TFemanoez (12), Grebeck (4). 3B— Marzano .- .HJ1). HR— Gritley Jr (16), Grebeck (2). SB— Co• ra (<), Canseco (12). CS— ARodriguez (4), ' Ste*art (7). , - IP H RER BB SO . ' Seattle ' fctoude 22-3 53343 " «8pq(|anc W.3-0 31-3 1 1 1 4 4 'Timlin 2 10010 -. Avals 1 00001 „• Toronto ' . Clemens L4-5 5 10 9 9 3 5 ". "Cwertat 4 20026 ..' T— 3:07. A— 28.125(51.000). '• ATHLETICS 14, WHITE SOX 0 ^AtOANB CHICAGO •-,(. abrhbl abrhbl • «<i*sn d 4111 Drtiam 2b 4000 : IfcDnW d 2000 MOrdz rt 4000 5110 FThmsdh 4000 5331 Belle 1) 4000 «!*«•*! 5344 Vntura3b 3010 •'.16«<*i 1C 4111 Crdaro 1b 4020 gHlraw.34 1011 Cmeronci 3010 fttebot* 5220 aBrienc 3010 : ftM2»a> 5 1 2 4 Canaoti 3010 .-«*!» c 5112 4110 45 14 17 14 Total* 32 0 6 0 OaWwrf 012 022 520—14 . .0*c*gs 000 000 000— 0 2). DP— Chcagol.LOB— Oak- t IB—Henderson (6), Grieve (V,, &#atn (1), KAbbott (5), o ("!}. 38-eiowers (1). HR— 5), Madartane (1). SB- n 2 (14). VwoJ (2). Bournigal (1). IP H RER BB SO 60014 52-3 10 7 7 1 4 11-34 5 4 0 0 £***» 2 32204 -14,3*7(44,221). TKJEB811, AHQEL82 'ft*** VMmMe -.!«* •brhW 4000 4010 2600 1 0 u 0 -j I I 0 1 (I u 0 4 !/00 2111 1000 4020 2010 20 I 0 MIX DETROIT BLHnUcf Robtrtidh Hggmnrt TiCkklb Mtriolb TrrtotnU JOVwc DCru/u CDna«)2b abrhbl 6340 5321 3011 2014 1010 3123 4010 1000 4130 5010 4331 1000 Mnril Tot* J9111910 OtO 100 000— 2 130 MO OOx-11 E—ToClark (3). DP—Anaheim 2. LOB—Ana- helm 7, Detroit 12. 2B—Fielder (9), BLHunter 2 (6), Higglnson (11). 3B—Walbeck (2). HH— DvHollins (6), Easley (9), DCruz (1). SB—BL- Hunter (14), Roberts (5). SF—ToClark, Easley. IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Watson L.3-4 3 10 7 7 2 1 DeLucia 12-3 4 4 4 3 1 Cadaret 31-3 5 0 0 0 3 Detroit MoehlerW,4-3 7 72212 Duran 1 00011 Bochtler 1 10000 T—2:50. A—10,236(46,945). DEVIL RAYS 6, ORIOLES 3 TAMPA BAY BALTIMORE abrhbl DaMrtz rf 4012 4111 5010 5011 McCkncI McGrfHb Srrento dh Flhertyc Ldsma 2b Sleeker ss Winn If ByAdsncf Hmndslf RAImr2b RPImr 1b EDavisdh 1 0 CRpkenSb 1 0 Carter rf 1 1 Wbsterc 3 I Surhoffph Bordick ss Baines ph Totals 00 abrhbl 5121 4011 2011 3000 3000 4000 4000 3110 1000 2110 1000 32 363 101 300 010-6 000 020 100—3 Totals 34 610 6 Tampa Bay Baltimore E—Flaherty (3). DP—Tampa Bay 1. LOB— Tampa Bay 8, Baltimore 7. 2B—Stocker (4), ByAnderson (2). SB—DaMartinez (4), McCracken (7), Boggs (1), Winn (1), ByAnderson (4). CS—Winn (2). S—Ledesma. IP H RER BB SO Tampa Bay Saunders 42-3 4 2 2 3 4 ALopezW,1-1 31-3 2 1 1 0 1 RHernandez S,7 1 00000 Baltimore DrabekL,3-5 4 65511 Rhodes 3 20024 Munoz 1-321110 Orosco 12-30 0 0 0 1 T—3:22. A—15,033 (48,262). National League ROCKIES 8, BREWERS S MILWAUKEE COLORADO abrhbl abrhbi Vina2b 3100 NPerezss 3100 Cirillo3b 2110 CGdwind 4211 JsVntinss 4010 LWlkerri 5020 Nilssonlb 3110 Bcheltell 5221 Lorettalb 0000 Caslilla3b 4113 Bumitzrl 3121 Helton 1b 4110 Jenkins II 4112 Using 2b 3120 DrJksncf 3000 JReedc 4022 Grssom ph 1000 Astacio p 2000 Hughes c 3011 Kilepr 0000 Juden p 2000 DeJean p 1000 Patrick p 1000 McElryp 0000 Hmellnph 1000 Dlpotop 0000 Totals 30 5 7 4 Totals 35 811 7 Milwaukee 200 300 000—5 Colorado 013 120 10x—8 E-^sValenlin (10), Juden (1), CGoodwin (1). DP—Milwaukee 1, Colorado 4. LOB—Milwaukee 4, Colorado 8. 2B—Bumitz (10), Jenkins (4), LWalker 2 (20), Helton (11), Lansing (9). HR-CGoodwin (1), Castilla (17). SB—Lansing d). IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee Juden L.5-2 42-3 8 7 6 3 4 Patrick 31-3 3 1 1 1 2 Colorado Astacio W.4-5 5 65523 DeJean 2 10011 McElroy 1 00012 DipotoS,9 1 00010 T—2:45. A—48,026(50,381). BRAVES 4, ASTROS 0 ATLANTA HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Weissss 4010 Biggio2b 4020 Grtfnno2b 5110 DeBellrf 4000 CUnes 3b 5030 Alou II 4000 Glrrga Ib 5011 Bern/ 3b 4000 JLopez c 4000 Hidalgo d 4000 AJonesd 4120 Gterrezss 3010 GerWmrt 4220 BWgnrp 0000 DBtsta» 2012 Spiers Ib 4010 Glavine p 3011 Asmus c 3010 Tucker ph 0000 Hmptn p 2010 Calherp 0000 Bogarph 1000 HoweH Ib 1010 Totals 36 412 4 Totals 34 0 7 0 Atlanta 120 100 000—4 Houston 000 000 000-0 E—Hidakjo (2). DP—Houston 1. LOB—Atlanta 9, Houston 11. 2B—Graffanino (5), AJones (5), DBaufeta (2), Biggto (17), Howell (5). S—Weiss. SF—DBautista. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Glavine W,6-2 7 50048 Gather 1 00000 Ligtenberg 1 20003 Houston Hampton L.6-2 7 11 4 3 0 3 Scanlan 2-310010 Nitkowski 1-30001 0 BWagner 1 00003 T—2:47. A—22,119(54,370). MARLINS 7, CARDINALS 3 FLORIDA ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Dmvdycf 5011 Claytatss 4020 Rritenass 5220 McGeecl 3000 Kptsayrf 4111 McGwrlb 4111 Piazzac 5122 BJrdanrt 4110 Floyd II 4110 Gaetti 3b 3000 ZeileSb 4111 Gantll 3001 DLeelb 2100 BRHntrlf 1000 Cunsell2b 2012 Pgnozzlc 2000 JSnchzp 3000 Bmtleyp 0000 JPwell p 0000 RLnkld ph 1111 DHvwdSb 4000 Aybarp 1000 Mabryph 1000 Lmpkinc 1010 Totals 34 7 9 7 Total! 32 3 6 3 Florida 100 400 200—7 SI Louis 000 100 101—3 E—Clayton (8). DP—SI. Louis 1. LOB—Florida 6, St. Louis 5.2B—Henteria (7), Kotsay (11), Counsell (9), BJordan (10). 3B—Piazza (1). HR—McGwire (17), RLankford (5). SB—Renteria 2 (12). S-^ISanchez. IP H RER BB SO Florida • JSanchezW,3-1 71-3 5 2 2 3 2 JPowell 12-3 1 1 1 0 1 St. Louis AvbarL,2-3 31-3 7 5 5 2 2 CKing 12-30 0 0 0 0 Acevedo 1 00002 Croushare 2 22231 Brantley 1 00001 T—2:43. A—36,820 (49,676). DIAMONDBACKS 9, PIRATES 2 PITTSBURGH ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl Wmaek2b 3010 AFoxSb 5000 AMitn II 4000 JBell ss 5230 Kendall c 4130 DWhite cl 4242 KYng 1b 4 0 0 0 TLee Ib 4121 TWardcf ,4021 Stnkwc2b 1112 JGIIenrt 4000 MWIms3b 4221 Strange 3b 4000 Dllucci If 4012 Collier ss 3110 Stimettc 3021 Ueberp 1010 Brederf 4000 Sanlordph 1000 Blair p 3000 MWknsp 0000 YBnlezph 0100 Osik ph 1000 Olson p 0000 Totals 33281 Totals 379159 Pittsburgh 001 001 000—2 Arizona 401 000 22x—9 E—Womack (7), Stinnett (1). DP—Pittsburgh 3, Arizona 1. LOB—Pittsburgh 7, Arizona 8. 28—TWafd (4), JBell (6), MWilliams (9). 38— Dellucci (1). HR—OWhite (7), MWilliams (8). SB—Womack 2 (16). DWhite (8). S—Lieber. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Lieber L.1-6 6 10 5 5 1 1 Tabaka 1 32210 MWilkins 1 22221 Arizona BlairW,1-7 7 72120 HSpringer 1 10002 Olson 1 00001 T—2:20. A—42,48) (48,500). College polls COLLEGIATE BASEBALL TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The top 25 learns in the Collegiate Baseball poll, with records through May 17, point totals and previous ranking (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports information directors): Record Pit Pvi I.Miami, Fla. 46-9-0 490 2 2. Stanford 41-12-1 488 1 3. Wichita Stale 55-5-0 487 4 4. Florida 42-15-0 484 3 5. Louisiana Slate 42-17-0 482 5 6 Southern California 40-15-0 480 7 7. Rice 45-15-0 478 9 8. Cat Stale Fullarton 44-15-0 472 8 9. South Carolina 42-16-0 470 6 10. Florida Slate 49-18-0 469 10 11. Auburn 43-16-0 465 14 Today's schedule TUESDAY, MAY 19 BASEBALL Cleveland at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. Salina Central & Salina South at Class 5A Topeka Washbum Rural Regional SOFTBALL Class 3A Regional at Gypsum Salina Sacred Heart at 2-1A Alma Regional 12. Texas ASM 13. Alabama 14. Oklahoma 15. Washington 16.Tulane 17. Arizona State 18. Clemson 19. Georgia Tech 20. Long Beach State 21. Baylor 22. Minnesota 23. Oral Roberts 24. Delaware 25. Texas Tech 43-1M 43-16-0 40-184 39-15-0 47-13-0 34-21-0 42-14-0 38-20-0 37-20-1 40-18-1 45-13-0 44-18-0 43-8-0 43-184 462 12 461 11 457 13 456 19 452 21 449 17 448 18 444 15 443 — 441 16 440 22 433 25 432 24 430 — BASEBALL AMERICA DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — The Top 25 college Baseball America magazine with records through May 17 (tie games are not included In records): Record Pva I.Miami, Fla. 46-9 2 2. Wichita Slate 55-5 5 3. Stanford 41-12 1 4. Florida 42-15 3 5. Louisiana State 42-17 4 6. Southern California 41-15 7 7. Rice 45-15 11 8. Auburn 43-16 15 9. Texas AIM 43-18 9 10. Alabama 43-16 8 11. Florida Slate 48-18 10 12. Cal State Fullerton 44-15 12 13. South Carolina 42-16 6 14. Washington 39-15 19 15. Arizona Stale 34-21 14 16.Tulane 47-13 17 17. Texas Tech 43-18 21 18. Clemson 42-15 13 19. Baylor 40-18 16 20. Oklahoma 40-18 18 21. Minnesota 45-13 — 22. South Alabama 39-17 20 23. Wake Forest 41-21 — 24. Arkansas 37-19 — 25. Long Beach Stale 35-14 — COLLEGIATE BASEBALL DIVISION II TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Collegiate Baseball Division II poll, with records through May 17, and point totals (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports information directors): Record Pts LKennesaw State 58-4-0 480 2. Tampa 42-14-0 462 3. Central Missouri Slate 39-6-0 450 4. West Georgia 41-15-0 432 5. Alabama-Huritsville 41-17-0 412 6. Cal Stale Chico 35-16-0 396 7. St. Joseph's, Ind. 38-17-0 384 8. SlU-Edwardsvilie 38-15-0 362 tie. Barry 38-20-0 362 10. Delta State 39-12-0 338 11. North Alabama 39-12-0 300 12. Indianapolis 39-14-0 290 13. Florida Soulhem 37-21-0 280 14. Fort Hays State 44-14-0 279 15. Millersville 37-14-0 273 16. Mount Olive 34-23-0 248 17. Missouri-Si. Louis 32-15-0 220 18. Columbus State 34-27-0 210 19. Armstrong Atlantic Slate 38-21-0 188 20. New Haven 29-9-1 166 21. Presbyterian 40-18-0 154 22. North Florida 32-21-0 122 23. Mass.-Lowell 30-9-0 116 24. West Virginia Stale 30-13-0 114 25. Texas A&M-Klngsville 38-20-0 106 NCAA I regionals East Regional At Clemson, S.C. Thursday, May 21 Soulhem California (40-15) vs. Fordham (2718), 10a.m. Clemson (42-14) vs. Citadel (36-22), 6 p.m. Virginia Commonwealth (44-13) vs. South Alabama (39-17), 2p.m. Atlantic I Regional At Coral Gables, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Miami, Fla. (46-9) vs. Bowling Green (34-19), 6:30 p.m. South Carolina (42-16) vs. Florida International (40-22), 2:45 p.m. North Carolina (39-21) vs. Texas Tech (43-18), 11 a.m. Atlantic II Regional At Tallahassee, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Florida State (49-18) vs. Liberty (32-27) Auburn (43-16) vs. Rutgers (32-14) Delaware (43-8) vs. Oklahoma (40-18) South I Regional At Gainesville, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Florida (42-15) vs. Monmoum, N.J. (30-19), 6 p.m. Wake Forest (41-21) vs. Illinois (39-19) Baylor (40-18-1) vs. Richmond (40-15-1) South II Regional At Baton Rouge, La. Thursday, May 21 Louisiana State (42-17) vs. Nicholls State (2832), 6:30 p.m. Cal Slate Fullerton (44-15) vs. Harvard (3410), 2 p.m. Tulane (47-13) vs. Southwestern Louisiana (39-20), 10a.m. Central Regional At College Station, Texas Thursday, May 21 Rice (45-14) vs. Oral Roberts (44-18), 11 a.m. Texas A&M (43-16) vs. North Carolina Charlotte (43-17), 7p.m. Washington (39-15) vs. Mississippi State (37-20), 3 p.m. Midwest Regional At Wichita, Kan. Thursday, May 21 Wichita State (55-5) vs. Southeast Missouri Stale (32-22), 7 p.m. Georgia Tech (38-20) vs. Oklahoma State (3819), 3 p.m. Arizona Stale (34-21) vs. Arkansas (37-19), 11 a.m. West Regional At Stanford, Calif. Thursday, May 21 Stanford (41-12-1) vs. Loyola Marymount (3321-1), 9p.m. Alabama (43-16) vs. Minnesota (45-13), 5 p.m. Long Beach State (37-20-1) vs. North Carolina State (39-21), 1 p.m. Big 12 all-conference BIG 12 CONFERENCE First team First bate — Charley Carter, Baylor. Infield — Keith Ginter, Texas Tech; Corey Hart, Oklahoma; Griffin Moore, Missouri; Derek Watnan, Oklahoma; Craig Kuzmic, Texas A&M. Catcher — Josh Bard, Texas Tech; Josh Holllday, Oklahoma Slate. Outfield — Ryan Fry, Missouri; Willy Hill, Oklahoma; Jason Tynar, Texas A&M; Jon Topolski, Baylor. Designated hitter — Casey Bookout, Oklahoma. Utility — Jason Jennings, Baylor. Pitcher — Kip Wells, Baylor; Ryan Rupe, Texas A&M; Casey Possum, Texas A&M; Geoll Geary, Oklahoma; Shane Wright, Texas Tech; Danny Praia, Oklahoma Stale; Chris George, Missouri. Second team First bass — John Scheschuk, Texas A&M. Infield — Kevin Jordan, Texas Tech; Billy Gasparino, Oklahoma Stale; Jose Montenegro, Oklahoma; Bill Uelmen, Iowa Slate; Jason Hum, Texas Tech. Catcher—Scott Sandusky, Texas A&M. Outfield — Mark Cridland; Clinl Wyrick, Colorado; Ryan Ruiz, Texas Tech; James Blair, Baylor; Aaron Hunk, Iowa Stale. Designated hitter — Tony Lucca, Oklahoma Slate. Pitcher — Justin Stine, Oklahoma; Jon Adkins, Oklahoma Slate; Matt Smith, Oklahoma Stale; Kevin Olsen, Oklahoma; Eric French, Texas A&M; Andy Silva, Kansas State. Honorable mention First base—Shawn Leimbek, Iowa Stale. In- fleld — Eric Nelson, Baylor Brian Schmidt, Nebraska; Kevin Lucas, Oklahoma State. Catcher — Josh Dimmick. Kansas. Outfield — Jeremy Dodson, Baylor; Eric Sommerhauser, Kansas Stale; Marc Fournler, Oklahoma Slate. Designated hitter — Richard Park, Oklahoma; Jake Epstein, Missouri. Pitcher — Matthew Schuldl, Nebraska; Scott Dunn, Texas; Monty Ward, Texas Tech; Steve Larkin, Iowa State; Thorn Dreier, Oklahoma Slate. Awards Player of the year—Jason Jennings, Baylor. Coach of the year — Mark Johnson, Texas A&M. Newcomer of the year — Craig Kuzmic, Texas Tech. Freshman of the year — Matt Smith, Oklahoma State. High school CLASS 3A REGIONAL LYONS 7, CHASE COUNTY 8 Chase County 000 040 20 — 6 6 5 Lyons 203 001 01 — 7 11 3 WP — Ueket. LP — C. Cahoone. 2B — CC: Wells;L:Ueker2. SE SALINE 14, MARION 4 SE Saline 320 045 — 14 13 2 Marion 002 110 — 4 7 7 WP — While. LP — King. 2B — SES: Myers, Chrisman.HR —SES: White. CLASS 2-1A REGIONAL SYLVAN 16, ELL-SALINE 6 Ell-Saline 000 222 - 6 6 7 Sylvan 433 006 - 16 13 3 Lantz, Bennlnghoven (3) and Wagner, An- dares (2); C.Melllerand Sheldon. WP-C.Melller. LP—Lantz. 2B-ES: Lantz, Willis; S: Meyer. 3B-ES: Kohart; S: C.Meltler. HR-ES: Benninghoven. SACRED HEART 10, LINCOLN S Lincoln 200 003 0 - 5 4 2 Sacred Heart 302 005 x - 10 9 4 Gebhart, Ro.Obermueller (2), Mail! (6) and J.Obermueller, Gebhart (2); Staton, Ryan and J.Jaquay, WP-Ryan. LP-Ro.Obermueller. 2B-L: J.Obermueller. 3B-SH: Schmidt, Neuman. SYLVAN 13, SACRED HEART 7 Sacred Heart 005 020 0 - 7 82 Sylvan 052 042 x - 13 14 3 Schmidt, Bechard (2), Ryan (4) and JJaquay; D.Meltler and Wehrman. WP-D.Meltlar. IP-Ryan. 2B-S: Meyer. 3B-S: D.Meitler, C.Meltler. Softball High school CLASS SA REGIONAL SALINA SOUTH 13, McPHERSON 1 McPherson 100 00— 1 2 6 Salina South 272 2x— 13 10 E Schrage, Parks (6) and Schmidt; Harbaugh, Campbell (4) and Graham. WP—Harbaugh. LP—Schrag. 2B—M: Kalzer; SS: Wahlgren, Snavely. 3B—SS: Heinrlch. TOPEKA WEST 5 SALINA CENTRAL 0 Topeka West 004 000 1 — 5 7 0 Salina Central 0000000—0 2 2 Pierce and Grieve; Moreen, Herman (3) and Wilson. WP—Pierce. LP—Moreen. SALINA SOUTH 5, TOPEKA WEST 0 Salina South 0050000—5 7 2 TopekaWest 0000000—0 1 2 Mitchell end Powell; Pierce and Grieve. WP— Mitchell. LP—Pierce. 2B-SS: Kerbs. CLASS 2-1A INMAN 4, ELL-SALINE 2 Ell-Saline 000 100 1 — 2 4 2 Inman 013 000 — 4 8 3 WP—Graves. LP—Taylor. 2B—I: Neuleldt. 3B—I: Graves. LINCOLN 5, SYLVAN 4 Sylvan 000 101 020— 4 5 2 Lincoln 200 000 021 — 5 9 4 WP—Obermueller. LP—Dohl. 3B—S: Dohl. INMAN 28, LINCOLN 10 Lincoln 1 12 301 2— 10 11 2 Inman 4(10)2 651 x—28 16 1 WP—Graves. LP—Rosebrook. 2B—L: Ja.Rosebrook, Lyne; I: Neuteldt. 3B—L: Lyne; I: Thiessen, Graves. HR—I: Schmitt. Hockey NHL playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Sunday, May 17 St. Louis 3, Detroit 1, Detroit leads series 3-2 Tuesday, May 19 Detroit at St. Louis, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Basketball NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Sunday, May 17 Chicago 85, Indiana 79, Chicago leads series 1-0 Monday, May 18 Utah 99, LA Lakers 95, Utah leads series 2-0 Tuesday, May 19 Indiana at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. (TNT) Friday, May 22 Utah at LA Lakers, 9 p.m. (TNT) NBA summary JAZZ 99, LAKERS 95 LA LAKERS (95) Fox 2-71-2 7, Horn/0-21-21, O'Neal 14-2138 31, Jones 5-10 8-9 19, Fisher 4-9 4-5 12, Blount 2-2 34 7, Bryant 3-10 34 9, Van Exel 412 0-0 9, Campbell 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 34-74 233495. UTAH (99) Russell 2-6 6-8 10, Malone 12-18 9-15 33, Foster 34 0-0 6, Homacek 2-7 6-611, Stockton 9-12 3-5 22, Elsley 04 M 0, Ostertag 0-1 04 0, Anderson 4-6 0-0 8, Morris 2-61 -2 5, Carr 14 00 2, Keele 0-0 2-2 2. Totals 35-68 27-38 99. LA Lakers 29 21 21 24—95 Utah 24 25 21 29—99 3-Point goals—Los Angeles 4-16 (Fox 2-6, Jones 1-2, Van Exel 14, Bryant 0-1, Fisher 0-3), Utah 2-9 (Stockton 1 -1, Homacek 1 -3, Russell 01, Eisley 0-2, Morris 0-2). Fouled out—Blount. Rebounds—Los Angeles 50 (Blount 10), Ulan 45 (Russell, Malone 7). Assists—Los Angeles 20 (Fox 7), Utah 21 (Stockton 6). Total fouls- Los Angeles 34, Utah 29. Technicals—Los Angeles illegal defense, Malone, Foster. A— 19,911 (19,911). USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pet GB Connecticut 5 2 .714 — Long Island 3 4 .429 2 Columbus 2 5 .286 3 New Hampshire 1 6 .143 4 Mid-Atlantic Division W L Pet GB Atlantic City 6 2 .750 — Caroden 5 3 .625 1 Washington 4 4 .500 2 New Jersey 3 4 .429 2'A Southern Division W L Pet GB Jacksonville 6 1 .857 — Tampa Bay 5 4 .556 2 AUanra 4 4 .500 2'/4 Raleigh 1 6 .143 5 Sunday's results Connecticut 99, Tampa Bay 95 Jacksonville 126, Atlanta 113 Washington 120, New Jersey 101 Monday's result Raleigh 122, Columbus 106 Golf High school CLASS SA REGIONAL Golden Belt Country Club At Great Bend Par 71 Team scores McPherson 330, Salina Central 331, Great Bend 335, Buhler 340, Salina South 349, Liberal 354, Hays 356, Newton 357. Individual nwdilliui 1. Klima, Great Band, 75; 2. Rackley, Salina Central, 76; 3. Dreiling, Hays, 78; 4. Stephenson, McPherson, 79; 5. (tie) Mitchell, McPherson & Cornell, Buhler, 80; 7. (lie) Dupy, Salina South & Hill, Liberal, 81. 9. (tie) Alt, Salina Central & Breruikoler, Newton, 82. Other Salina Central results Adam Lebahn 85; Steve Wilson 88; Jamie Barnet! 94; Pat Dreier 102. Other Salina South results Cain Frazler 88; Craig Kuder 89; Kyle Jensen 91; Derek Lilly 91; Ryan Shriver 91. CLASS 4A REGIONALS At Clay Center Country Club Team qualifiers Abilene 314, Council Grove 318. State qualifiers 1. Sells, Marysville, 74; 2. Morton, Council Grove, 75; 3. Thayer, Abilene, 76; 4. Johnson, Hayden, 77; 5. Tyner, Council Grove, 77; 6. An- gulano, Abilene, 78; 7. Wyatt, Abilene, 78. At Fredonla Country Club Team qualifiers Augusta 316, Anderson County 332. State qualifiers 1. Sayre, Augusta, 76; 2. Roney, Augusta, 78; 3. Rapalina, Parsons, 79; 4. Bauck, Anderson County, 80; 5. Swendon, Augusta, 80; 6. Harrington, Anderson County, 81; 7. Nordin, Augusta, 82. CLASS 3A REGIONALS At Big Creek Golf Club, WaKeeney Team qualifiers Oberiin 330, Smith Center 331, Lakin 333. State qualifiers 1. Trogstad, Trego, 71; 2. Aten, Oberiin, 75; 3. Davidson, Smith Center, 75; 4. Vollertson, Ober- iin, 76; 5. Hoover, Phillipsburg, 77; 6. Johnson, Southwestern Heights, 77; 7. Carroll, Holsing- ton, 77; 8. Sander, Cimarron, 77; 9. Schillelbein, Lakin, 80; 10. (tie) McCormick, Lakln & Glassman, Oakley, 81. At Lyons Town and Country Club Team qualifiers Wichita Collegiate 327, Elllnwood 341, Medicine Lodge 342. State qualifiers 1. Kadel, Lyons, 75; 2. Lunsford, Medicine Lodge, 77; 3. Rheem, Wichita Collegiate, 79; 4. Bina, Hillsboro, 80; 5. Mathewson, Wichita Collegiate, 81; 6. Elkourl, Wichita Collegiate, 82; 7. Long, Ellinwood, 83; 6. Pschlgoda, Hillsboro, 83; 9. Bowman, Elllnwood, 83; 10. (lie) Klrkpatrick, Ellinwood; Simpson, Medicine Lodge S Isaac, Wichita Collegiate, 85. CLASS 2-1A REGIONALS At Ellis Country Club Team qualifiers Ellis 314, Ness City 337. State qualifiers 1. Mickelson, Ellis, 74; 2. Neumann, Ellis, 74; 3. Base, Ness City, 79; 4. Bihlmaler, Osbome, 81; 5. Wilson, Osbome, 81; 6. Fisher, Ellis, 82; 7. Caskey, Ness City, 82. At Lincoln Country Club Team qualifiers Downs 288, Waconda East 324, Mankato 327. State qualifiers 1. Schmilt, Downs, 67; 2. Foster, Downs, 71; 3. Doane, Downs, 73; 4. Vrbas, Mankato, 73; 5. Maili, Lincoln, 74; 6. Miller, Waconda East, 77; 7. Long, Downs, 77; 8. Schlaefli, Waconda East, 79; 9. Streit, Tipton, 80; 10. Stevens, Downs, 81. At Stockton Team scares Stockton 339, Hoxle 341, Atwood 363, Hill City 366. State qualifiers 1. Perez, Stockton, 80; 2. Hammond, Northern Valley, 81; 3. Fektt, Hoxie, 82; 4. Bellerive, Stockton, 83; 5. Terry, Atwood, 83; 6. Kames, Hoxie, 83; 7. Look, Stockton, 86. At St. Marys Country Club Par 70 Team scores Sacred Heart 349, Washington 363, Valley Heights 365, Cenlralia 367, Rossvilte 372, Onaga 411, Linn 441. Individual medalists 1. Donovan, Rossville, 73; 2. Mergen, Sacred Heart, 74; 3. Dean, Washington, 79; 4. Allen, Centralia, 82; 5. Prickett, Sacred Heart, 84; 6. Johannes, Valley Heights, 86; 7. (tie) Utting, Centre; Williams, Valley Heights & Baxter, Ona- Other Sacred Heart results fiyan Hellmer 92; Mikel Knipp 99; Eric Evel 111; Andy RoemerDQ. SAND GREENS At Dlghton Country Club Team qualifiers LaCrasse 296, Dighton 296, Jelmore 324. State qualifiers 1. Stanley, Dighton, 59; 2. Felder, LaCrosse, 69; 3. Hamkins, Cheylin, 72; 4. Stephens, LaCrosse, 75; 5. Baalmann, LaCrosse, 75; 6. Dausel, Jetmore, 76; 7. Urban, LaCrosse, 77; 8. Lewis, Dighton, 77; 9. Stevens, LaCrosse, 77; 10. Shaffer, Dighton, 77. Track & field High school EISENHOWER LEAGUE At Bennlngton BOYS Team scores Tescott 182, Bennington 93, Wakefield 89, Centre 67K, White City 48'A, Hope 38, Solomon 19, SI. Xavier 15. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Getting, T, 15.05; 2. Miller, T, 15.30; 3. VanDoren, T, 15.84. 300m hurdlea — 1. Getting, T, 41.52; 2. Miller, T, 43.54; 3. Bruce, B, 46.56. . 100m dash — 1. VanDoren, T, 11.35; 2. Boiler, SX, 11.62; 3. Graves, T, 11.73. Zoom dash — 1. VanDoren, T, 23.14; 2. Chance, B, 23.87; 3. Gotti, T, 24.37. 40flm dash — 1. Esley, W, 53.29; 2. Golti, 54.98; 3. Boiler, SX, 55.22. 800m run — 1. Simonson, W, 2:10.80; 2. Klenda, C, 2:13.43; 3. EHIand, WC, 2:13.55. 1,600m run — 1. Klenda, C, 5:00.44; 2. Muk- windldza, WC, 5:05.18; 3. Jungel, S, 5:10.85. 3,200m run — 1. Mukwindldza, WC, 11:13.01; 2. Abrams, T, 11:26.19; 3. Smoot, W, 11:28.24. 400m relay — 1. Tescott, 45.63; 2. Hope, 47.03; 3. Bennington, 47.34. 1,600m relay — 1. Wakelield, 3:40.87; 2. Tescott, 3:54.04; 3. Bennington, 3:55.12. 3,200m relay — 1. Tescott, 8:50.38; 2. Wakefield, 9:22.05; 3. White City, 9:54.48. Shot put — 1. Gans, B, 46-2; 2. Warta, C, 45- 10'A;3. Doran.T, 42-6. Diacui — 1. Gans, B, 123-7; 2. Harmon, T, 118-1; 3. Warta, C, 114-2. High jump — 1. Miller, T, 6-4; 2. Simonson, W, 6-0; 3. Reitz, C, 5-10. Long Jump — 1. Getting, T, 21-2; 2. Brunner, C, 19-10'A; 3. Brockmeler, H, 19-2V4. Triple jump — 1. Getting, T, 424 'A; 2. Brockmeier, H, 41-5; 3. Brunner, C, 404*4. Javelin — 1. Riedy, H, 198-2; 2. Gans, B, 162-1; 3. Greene, B, 155-9. Pole vault — 1. Cole, B, 12-6; 2. Simonson, W, 10-6; 3'. Cullip, W, 10-0. GIRLS Team scores Tescott 126, Centre 92, Bennington 88, Hope 52, Solomon 47, Wakelield 46, White City 30, St. Xavier 20. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Nelson, T, 16.75; 2. McCready, B, 17.39; 3. Beneke, C, 20.59. 300m hurdles — 1. Nelson, T, 51.07; 2. Roland, B, 53.13; 3. Polotto, C, 56.74. 100m dash — 1. Hatterman, C, 13.09; 2. Larson, T, 13.26; 3. Bogart, B, 13.27. 200m dash — 1. Hatterman, C, 28.17; 2. Larson, T, 28.50; 3. Guimond, WC, 28.98. 400m oath — 1. Larson, T, 1:03.79; 2. Popelka, B, 1:05.78; 3. Eckland, C, 1:06.98. 800m run — 1. Nelson, S, 2:31.25; 2. Murray, 8,2:34.18; 3. Witty, W, 2:44.73. 1,600m run — 1. Nelson, S, 5:25.47; 2. Owens, C, 6:04.61; 3. Lewis, W, 6:13.19. 3,200m run — 1. Owens, C, 13:08.11; 2. Lewis, W, 13:08.73; 3.2ab, T, 14:55.50. 400m relay — 1. Bennington, 53.62; 2. Tescott, 53.71; 3. Solomon, 54.41. 1,600m relay — 1. Bennington, 4:24.78; 2. SI. Xavier, 4:38.74; 3. Wakelield, 4:48.69, 800m relay — 1. Wakefield, 2:03.98; 2. SI. Xavier, 2:04.62; 3. Hope, 2:05.63. Shot put — 1. Campbell, T, 314 y<; 2. Schultz, H, 314; 3. Abrams, T, 304 Vt. Discus — 1. Schultz, H, 92-5V4; 2. Saltkill, S, 87-2%; 3. Kahns, C, 85-6. High jump — 1. Abrams, T, 5-0; 2. Sch- lessener, H, 4-0. Long jump — 1. Abrams, T, 15-%; 2. Hatterman, C, 15-0; 3. Guimond, WC, 14-11 </i. Triple Jump — 1. Ryrl, H, 31 -0; 2. Hatterman, C, 31-0; 3. Danhova,W, 29-11. Javelin — 1. Williams, B, 93-9'A; 2. Schultz, H, 89-10; 3. Campbell, 89-3. Auto racing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The top 20 in the NASCAR Winston Cup points and money standings through May 3: Points I, Jeremy Mayfield, 1,457. 2, Terry Labonle, 1,421. 3, Jeff Gordon, 1,410. 4, Rusty Wallace, 1,384. 5, Mark Martin, 1,334. 6, Dale Jarratt, 1,295. 7, Dale Earnhardt, 1,223. 8, Jimmy Spencer, 1,184. 9, Bobby Labonle, 1,169. 10, Ken Schroder, 1,158. II, Bill Elliott, 1,139. 12, Michael Weltrip, 1,138.13, Ward Burton, 1,136.14, Jeff Burton, 1,110. 15, Johnny Benson, 1,079. 16, Bobby Hamilton, 1,070. 17, Chad Little, 1,061. 18, Emie Iran, 1,056. 19, Brett Bodine, 1,056. 20, Ted Musgrave, 1,007. Money I, Dale Earnhardt, $1,505,995.2, Mark Martin, $1,177,190. 3, Bobby Labonte, $1,155,300. 4, Rusty Wallace, $894,780. 5, Jeremy Mayfield, $868,415.6, Jeff Gordon, $799,840.7, Dale Jarrett, $757,070. B, Ken Schrader, $724,865, 9, Terry Labonte, $708,285. 10, Jimmy Spencer, $694,465. I1, Bobby Hamilton, $681,410.12, Jed Burton, $659,650. 13, Chad Little, $624,695. 14, Ernie Irvan, $575,415. 15, Bill Elliott, $569,095. 16, Michael Wallrip, $536,135. 17, Ted Musgrave, $514,405.18, Ricky Rudd, $504,890.19, Ward Burton, $504,070.20, John Andretti, $500,205. NHRA leaders POINT STANDINGS Top Fuel 1, Cory McClenathan 699. 2, Joe Amato 630. 3, Gary Scelzi 505. 4, Mike Dunn 478. 5, Jim Head 474. 6, Larry Dixon 418. 7, Doug Kalitta 387. 8, Kenny Bernstein 370. 9, Bruce Server 362.10, Doug Herbert 335. Funny Car 1, John Force 670. 2, Chuck Etchells 571. 3, Cruz Pedregon 552.4, Ron Capps 535. 5, Tim Wilkerson 495.6, Tony Pedregon 487.7, Randy Anderson 379.8, Al Hofmann 374.9, Whit Bazemore 361.10, Dean Skuza 343. Pro Stock 1, Warren Johnson 689. 2, Jim Vales 532. 3, Jeg Coughlin 507.4, Mark Osbome 470.5, Kurt Johnson 439. 6, Mike Edwards 399. 7, Mike Thomas 331. 8, Pete Williams 317. 9, George Mamell298.10, Tom Martino 289. Pro Stock Bike 1, Matt Hines 412.2, Angelle Seeling 307.3, Paul Gast 271. 4, John Myers 255. 5, John Smith 245.6, Greg Underdahl 219.7, Gary Ton- glet 207. 8, David Schultz 193. 9, Tony Mullen 191.10, Brian Ayers 164. Salina Speedway POINT STANDINGS IMCA MODIFIED 1. Darrick Klima, 145; 2. Tim Echevarria, 139; 3. Brian Knoell, 136; 4. (tie) Darwin Fergusson, Dave Hardesty & John Rawson, 131. PRO STOCK 1. (tie) Kenny Fuller & Dusty Kuntz, 150; 3. (tie) John Begnoche, Daryl Ferguson, Dwight Housh & Scott Robins, 146. STRICTLY STOCK 1. Danny Morrison, 153; 2. Ronny Robins, 151; 3. Jerome Thomas, 136; 4. Tony Milholland, 130; 5. Raymond Rest, 127. MINI STOCK 1. G.W. Fuller, 159; 2. Corey Lagroon, 154; 3. Gary Ulley, 143; 4. Jerry Hedberg, 135; 5. Jeremy Hedberg, 127. Tennis High school CLASS 5A REGIONALS At McPherson Team scores Salina Central 15, McPherson 7, Buhler 5, Great Band 4, Salina South 3, Newton 2, Hays 0. Singles (Top four qualify for state) Championship — Stroer, SC, del. Marti, B, 63,6-1. Third place — Porter, SC, del. Wesley, GB, 64,6-2. Semifinals — Stroer, SC, del. Wesley, GB, 60,6-0; Marti, B, del. Porter, SC, 6-1,6-1. Quarterfinals — Stroer, SC, del. Livengood, SS, 6-0,6-0; Wesley, GB, del. Gregg, N, 6-1,46,7-6 (7-1); Porter, SC, del. Courtwrighl, N, 6-2, 64; Marti, B, del. Peck, GB, 6-0,6-2. First round — Stroer, SC, bye; Livengood, SS, del. Monloia, H, 6-1, 6-1; Wesley, GB, def. Elliott, M, 7-6 (7-5), 6-1; Gregg, N, def. Bits, H, 6-0,6-4; Porter, SC, def. Schroeder, B, 6-3,6-4; Courtwright, N, del. Buyse, SS, 6-1, 6-1; Peck, GB, def. Boxberger, M, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4; Marti, B, bye. Doubles (Top four qualify for state) Championship — Johnson-Heidebrecht, M, def. Lamb-Hoffman, SC, 6-2,1-6,6-3. Third place — Wilson-Jones, SC, def. Havens-Ekholm, M.6-2,6-1. Semifinals — Johnson-Heidebrecht, M, def. Havens-Ekholm, M, 6-0, 6-0; Lamb-Hoffman, SC, del. Wilson-Jones, SC, 6-2,1-6,6-3, Quarterfinals — Johnson-Heidebrecht, M, del. Franz-Anschutz, B, 6-0, 6-0; Havens- Ekholm, M, del. Roth-Burt, SS, 6-2,6-4; Wilson- Jones, SC, def. Kitch-Krebaum, GB, 7-5, 6-2; Lamb-Hoffman, SC, def. Coleman-Tripp, SS, 61,6-1. First round — Jonnson-Heidebrecnl, M, bye; Franz-Anschutz, B, del. Bums-Sauerwein, N, 2•6, 6-4, M; Havens-Ekholm, M, del. Fann-Und, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1; Roth-Burt, SS, def. Hardy-Wickizer, H, 6-0, 6-1; Wilson-Jones, SC, del. Tillberg- Froelich, N, 6-1, 6-1; Kitch-Krebaum, GB, def. Geist-Heeren, H, 6-1, 6-0; Coleman-Tripp, SS, def. Grippin-Cross, GB, 64, 6-0; Lamb-Hoffman, SC, bye. CLASS 4A REGIONAL At Russell Team scores Smoky Valley 15, Concordia 10, Abilene 3, Colby 3, Chapman 2, Goodland 1, Ellsworth 1, Clay Center 1, Scott City 0, Russell 0. Singles Championship — Bombardier, Con, del. Tal- bolt, SV, 7-6 (10-8), 6-2. Third place — Deal, Con, def. Sandbo, SV, 6-3,5-7,7-5. Doubles Championship — Nelson-Palmqulst, SV, def. Barclay-Biegert, SV, 64,7-6 (7-5). Third place — Duncan-Sheem, Ab, def. Jueneman-Mannebach,Col,6-1,6-2. CLASS 3-2-1A REGIONALS At Holsington Team scores Ellinwood 14, Clallin 14, Hosington 4, Trego 4, Belleville 1. State qualifiers Singles Championship — Musgrove, Clallin, def. Younker, Ellinwood, 6-0,6-0. Third place — Watkins, Ellinwood, def. Schuster, Trego, 6-1,6-1. Doubles Championship — Birzer-Joiner, Ellinwood, del. Klug-Connell, Clallin, 6-1,6-2. Third place — Urban-Liebl, Claflin, def. Habiger-Schartz, Ellinwood, 7-5,6-3. At Neodesha Team scores Neodesha 11, Hillsboro 7, Berean Academy 7, SE Saline 5, Oskaloosa 4, Immaculata 2. State qualifiers Singles Championship — Currie, SE Saline, def. Raney, Oskaloosa, 6-0,6-0. Third place — Hein, Hillsboro, def. Busenitz, Berean Academy 7-5,6-2. Doubles Championship — Ostroeo-Davis, Neodesha, def. Cook-Johnson, Neodesha, 6-3, 2-1 (default). Third place — Koehn-Busenitz, Berean Academy del. Hagen-Hafley, Hillsboro, 6-2,7-5. Fishing Local results KANSAS SMALL WATER BASS ANGLERS At Herington City Lake 1. Gary Cummings, Salina, 5 lish, 1,652 points; 2. Larry Kenison, Salina, 5 fish, 1,608 points; 3. Mike Morgan, Heringlon, 5 fish, 1,384 points. Big bass — Ron Greene, Salina, 20 inches. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Placed RHP Mike Mussina on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 15. Activated LHP Doug Johns from the 15-day disabled list. National League MONTREAL EXPOS-Optioned RHP Mike Johnson to Harrisburg ol the Eastern League. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Placed LHP Donovan Osbome on the 15-day disabled list. SPORTS DIGEST Enshrined The Associated Press World Golf Hall of Famer Sam Snead (far right) waves to the crowd during his introduction at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony Monday at St. Augustine, Fla. At left are the newest inductees, Nick Faldo (left) and Johnny Miller (center). Miller starred in the 1970s, while Faldo has made his mark this decade and the 1980s. Salina golfer shoots his age of 71 at Municipal By The Journal Staff When asked what was working for him Monday during a magical round of golf, Salina golfer Claude Wolf had a one-word reply: "Everything," he said. Wolf, who is 71 years old, shot his age Monday at the par 70 Municipal course. "It was mostly my putter," said Wolf, who has been playing at Municipal for four years and has a six handicap. "I hit everything well." Wolf had four birdies during his round. "I had a good round (Sunday)," he said. "I played well and shot a 75. Everything fell into place today. I felt like I was playing well, but I had no idea I'd shoot that well today. You never know who's going to be on the golf course." Baseball BALTIMORE — Mike Mussina was placed on the 15-day disabled list Monday for the second time this season and will be lost to the Baltimore Orioles until at least May 30. Mussina will be replaced on the roster by left-hander Doug Johns, who was activated off the disabled list and assigned by manager Ray Miller to start Tuesday night against the AL East-leading New York Yankees. Mussina sustained a broken nose and facial lacerations Thursday when hit by a line drive off the bat of Cleveland's Sandy Alomar. NEW YORK — David Wells, who became only' the 13th pitcher in modern major league history to throw a perfect game, won the AL Player of the Week award Monday. Wells went 2-0 with a 1.06 ERA for the week, ending with his perfect game against Minnesota on Sunday. Basketball NEW YORK — The NBA says it has been told that Latrell Sprewell plans to file a lawsuit seeking damages stemming from his suspension for , choking Golden State Warriors coach P.J. Carlesimo. "We have been informed by attorneys representing Latrell Sprewell that they are planning to file a lawsuit based upon a claim that Dean Feerick's arbitration award, which upheld a suspension of 68 games, somehow violated Sprewell's rights, the antitrust laws and the labor laws," said a statement Monday by Jeffrey A. Mishkin, the NBA's chief legal officer. "Any such claim would be totally absurd," the statement concluded. Sprewell attacked Carlesimo during practice on Dec. 1, resulting in a one-year suspension — the longest in NBA history. The Warriors terminated the remaining three years on Sprewell's $32 million contract. But arbitrator Peerick ruled March 4 that the contract termination and suspension were excessive. He ordered that Sprewell be reinstated by the Warriors and the suspension end on July 1. PHOENIX — The Phoenix Suns will renounce their rights to Kevin Johnson on July 1, opening up the possibility that the point guard will be in another uniform next season. "Kevin was a tremendous contributor to this team and the community over the last 11 years," team president Jerry Colangelo said in a statement Monday. "We will be retiring his No. 7 in the short-term future to represent all he has done." Said Johnson through the Suns: "I've been extremely blessed to have had the opportunity to play for one of the finest organizations in sports." Despite the amicable language of the announcement, it has been understood for months that Johnson wouldn't return. CHICAGO — A man who bet thousands of dollars on Northwestern basketball games that prosecutors say were fixed pleaded guilty Monday to gambling conspiracy charges. Brian Irving, 26, of San Francisco, became the third of four defendants in the case to plead guilty. He promised to help federal prosecutors by testifying if they call on him. Prosecutors say Wildcat players shaved points against Wisconsin, Michigan and Penn State in 1995 in an effort to help their opponents beat the point spread set by gamblers. Irving acknowledged in a plea agreement that while based in Reno, Nev., he placed thousands of dollars in bets as part of the scheme. 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