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CSt FRIDAY. MAY 22, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule " X AUTO RACING 4 |un. — CART, pole qualifying lor Motorola 300,'ESPN2, cable 39. 7 p'jn. — World ol Outlaws, Channellock Spring Classic, TNN, cable 34. BASEBALL 6:30 p.m. — Chicago Cubs al Allanta, WTBS, cable 15;WGN. - • ' BASKETBALL ' .9 p.m. — Utah al LA Lakers. TNT, cable 41. BOXING 7&> p.m. — Bronco McKart vs. Ronald Weaver, ESPN, cable 38. GOLF Noon — NCAA Women's Championship, ES- PN! cable 39. 2 p.m. — Senior PGA Bell Atlantic Classic ESPN, cable 33. 3 p.m. — PGA MasterCard Colonial, USA, ca bte30. Basketball Dallas al Detroit, 6:30 p.m., it necessary (ES- N) Saturday, June 6 Bullalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m., it necessary ESPN) Sunday, June 7 Detroit at Dallas, 1 p.m., il necessary (ESPN) Auto racing NBA playoffs NASCAR Today's schedule CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) . Saturday, May 16 Utah 112. LA Lakers 77 Sunday, May 17 .Chicago 85, Indiana 79 , Monday, May 18 Uiah 99, LA Lakers 95, Utah leads series 2- Tuesday, May 19 Chicago 104, Indiana 93, Chicago leads series 2$ Friday, May 22 Utah at LA Lakers, 9 p.m. (TNT) Saturday, May 23 Chicago at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) > Sunday, May 24 Utah at LA Lakers, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Monday, May 25 Chicago at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Tuesday, May 26 LA Lakers at Utah. 8 p.m. (NBC), il necessary Wednesday, May 27 Indiana al Chicago, 8 p.m. (NBC), il necessary Friday, May 29 Chicago at Indiana. TBA (NBC), it necessary Utah at LA Lakers, TBA (NBC), if necessary < Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, TBA (NBC), il necessary LA Lakers at Utah, TBA (NBC), if necessary . i PLAYOFF LEADERS Through May 19 ' ' Scoring G FG FT PTS Jordan, Chi. O'Neal, LAL Mabrie, Utah Hardaway, Mia. Kemp, Clev. Smith, All. Paytpn, Sea. P,ice, Char. Houston, N.Y. Miller,' Ind. Duncan, SA Olajuwon, Hou. Robinson, S.A. Rider, Port. Douglas, N.J. McDyess, Phoe. Stoudamire, Port Johnson, S.A. llgauskas, Clev. Jones, LAL 119 127 120 42 33 39 87 82 76 70 73 39 57 28 23 31 25 61 28 55 Hodman, Chi. Robinson, S.A. Willlarns, N.J. McSyess, Phoe. Mulombo, Atl. Oivac, Char. Malohe, Utah Olajuwon, Hou. B. Grant, Port. Willis, Hou. Rebounds G OFF DEF 58 41 20 18 13 25 22 9 18 18 Assists Jackson, tnd. Sloudamire, Port. Douglas, N.J. Blaylock, All. Kidd, Phoe. Maroury, Minn. Stockton, Utah Paytbn, Sea. Wesley, Char. Hardaway, Mia. Hockey G AST COCA-COLA 600 LINEUP CONCORD. N.C. (AP) — The lineup lor the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR Winston Cup race Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with car number, driver, hometown, type ol car and qual- fying speed in mph: 1. (24) Jett Gordon. Vallejo, Calit., Chevrolet. 182.976. 2. (22) Ward Burton, South Boston. Va., Pontiac, 182.624. 3. (43) John Andretti. Indianapolis, Pontiac, 182.217. 4. (2) Rusty Wallace, SI. Louis, Ford, 181.947. 5. (6) Mark Martin, Batesville. Ark., Ford, 181.635. 6. (18) Bobby Labonle, Corpus Christi, Texas, Pontiac, 181.458. 7. (90) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.. Ford, 181.318. 8. (78) Gary Bradberry, Chelsea. Ala., Ford, 181.178. 9. (75) Rick Masl, Rockbridge Balhs, Va., Ford, 181.087. 10. (88) Dale Jarretl, Hickory. N.C.. Ford, 180.989. 11. (50) Randy LaJoie, Norwalk, Conn., Chevrolet, 180.953. 12. (12) Jeremy Mayfield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 180.826. 13. (7) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 180.741. 14. (33) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet. 180.729. 15. (91) Kevin Lepage, Shelburne, VI., Chevrolet, 180.681. 16. (98) Rick Bickle, Edgerton, Wis., Ford. 180.349. 17. (96) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 180.331. 18. (36) Ernie Irvan, Salinas, Calil., Ponliac, 180.210. 19. (9) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford, 180.168. 20. (35) Todd Bodine. Chemung, N.Y., Pontiac, 180.162. 21. (23) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford, 180.102. 22. (13) Jerry Nadeau, Danbury, Conn., Ford, '180.006. 23. (41) Steve Grissom. Gadsden, Ala., Chevrolet. 179.904. 24. (97) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Ford, 179.820. 329 32.9 25. (30) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., 319 29.0 Pontiac, 179.736. 318 26.5 26 - I 42 ) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., 130 26.0 Chevrolet, 179.665. 104 260 27- (77) Robert Pressley. Asheville. N.C., 9924'.8 Ford, 179.647. 240 24.0 28. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., 205 22 8 Chevrolet, 179.623. 211 211 29. (44) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontiac, 232 2L1 "9.611. 186 20.7 30 - ( 4 °) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., 102204 Chevrolet, 179.575. 175 194 31. (92) Elliott Sadler, Emporia.Va., Chevrolet. 77 m3 179.569. 55 183 3 2 - I") B relt Bodine, Chemung, N.Y.. Ford, 71 17J 179.539. 71 '178 33. (94) Bill Elliott. Dawsonville, Ga., Ford. 156 17.3 "9-521. „ , 69 17.3 3l) - ( 3 1) M ' ke Skinner, Susanville, Calif., 186 16.9 Chevrolet, 179.515. 35. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, TOT AVG 179.444. 145 14 5 36. (5) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christi, Texas, 127 14^1 Chevrolet, 179.366. 42 14.0 37. (21) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., 53 133 Ford, no speed, provisional starter. 51 i2j 38. (99) Jell Burton, Soulh Boston, Va., Ford, 96 1Q.9 no speed, provisional starter. 130 1o!e 39. (26) Johnny Benson, Grand Rapids, Mich., 54 10,8 Ford, no speed, provisional starter. 43 10^8 40 - ( 4 ) Bobt| y Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., 53 106 Chevrolet, no speed, provisional starter. 41. (16) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford, no speed, provisional starter. 42. (81) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, no speed, provisional starter. 43. (1) Darrell Wallrip, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, no speed, provisional starter. FRIDAY, MAY 22 BASEBALL Kansas City at Texas, 7:30 p.m. Wichita Twins at Salina Blaze, 7 p.m. TENNIS Salina Central al Class 5A state tournament, Wichita Southeast ot Saline at Class 3A slate tournament, Hillsbora TRACK Salina Soulh. Salina Central at Class 5A regional, Salina Stadium, 4 p.m. Sacred Heart al Class 1A regional, Emporia Stale, 3 p.m. Southeast of Saline, St. John's Military at Class 3A regional, Smith Center, 3 p.m. Ell-Saline al Class 2A regional, Onaga, 3 p.m. AVG AVG 9.6 9.5 8.3 8.3 7.8 7.6 7.3 7.0 6.7 6.6 Denver al St. Louis, 7 p.m. New Orleans at Green Bay, 7 p.m. Oakland al Dallas, 8 p.m. Indianapolis at Seattle, 9 p.m. San Francisco at San Diego, 9 p.m. Sunday, August 9 Minnesota al New England, 6:30 p.m. WEEK 2 Thursday, August 13 Tampa Bay at Miami, 7:20 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, August 14 Atlanta at Detroit, 6 p.m. Carolina at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. New York Giants at Jacksonville, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. 7 p.m. New Orleans at Denver, 8 p.m. Chicago at Arizona, 9 p.m. Saturday, August 15 Washington at Tennessee, noon • Baltimore at New York Jets, 4 p.m. American Bowl, San Francisco vs. Seattle at Vancouver. Canada, 7 p.m. (CBS) Kansas Cily at Minnesota, 7 p.m. St. Louis at San Diego, 10 p.m. Sunday, August 16 Oakland at Green Bay, 2 p.m. (FOX) Monday, August 17 Indianapolis at Cincinnati, 6:30 p.m. American Bowl, Dallas vs. New England at Mexico City, 7 p.m. (ABC) WEEK 3 Thursday, August 20 New York Giants at New York Jels, 7:20 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, August 21 Buffalo at Chicago, 6 p.m. Saturday, August 22 Atlanta vs. Pittsburgh al Morgantown, W.Va., 6 p.m. Detroit al Cincinnati, 6:30 p.m. Minnesota at Carolina, 6:30 p.m. New England at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Jacksonville at Kansas City, 7 p.m. Dallas at St. Louis, 7 p.m. San Diego at Indianapolis, 7 p.m. Tennessee at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Seattle at Arizona, 9 p.m. Sunday, August 23 Miami al SarvFrancisco, 3 p.m. (FOX) Monday, August 24 Philadelphia at Baltimore, 6:30 p.m. Green Bay at Denver, 7 p.m. (ABC) Tampa Bay at Oakland, TBA WEEK 4 Thursday, August 27 Dallas al Jacksonville, 7 p.m. (CBS) Detroit at Indianapolis, 7:30 p.m. Friday, August 28 Green Bay at Miami, 6 p.m. Washington at Buffalo, 6 p.m. Cincinnati at Atlanta. 6:30 p.m. Baltimore at New York Giants, 7 p.m. New York Jets at Chicago, 7 p.m. SI. Louis al Kansas Cily, 7 p.m. San Diego at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay at New Orleans, 7:30 p.m. San Francisco al Seattle, 9 p.m. Satuday, August 29 Denver at Tennessee, noon Arizona at Oakland, 3 p.m. Philadelphia al New England, 7 p.m. Carolina at Pittsburgh, 7:20 p.m. (ESPN) 7 p.m. - Arizona State (35-21) vs. Oklahoma State (39-19). ARIZONA STATE 8, ARKANSAS 4 Arkansas 120000 100—4 12 2 Arizona Stale 000 002 60x—8 11 2 Walling, Vent (7) and Caldwell. Mills, Crumpton (7), Kramer (7) and Jones. WP - Kramer (72). LP - Walling (10-4). 2B - AK: Kirby (12), Jester (7), Lundquist (18); AS: Hinske (27), Meier (9), Moreno (13). HR - AS: Phelps (4). OKLAHOMA STATE 13, GEORGIA TECH 4 Oklahoma State 150000340—1314 4 Georgia Tech 002 001 100— 4 10 5 Smith, Dreier (8), Bergman (9) and Holliday. Crowder, Wrigley (2), Young (7), Aaron (7), Prather (7) and McQueen. WP - Smith (6-3). LP - Crowder (11-4). 2B - OS: Gasparino (17), Lucas (13), Holliday (14), Hill (13); GT: Boggs (4), Hood (19). 3B-OS:Foumier(3). HR-GT: Honeycutt (13), Brooks (11). WICHITA STATE 7, SE MISSOURI STATE 4 SE Missouri Stale 103 000 000— 4 65 Wichita State 001 401 01x—7 81 Spille, Huesgen (4) and Berry; Chrislensen, Troutman (3), Bluma (7) and Preston. W— Troutman (4-0). L—Spille (11-2). Sv — Bluma (11). 2B—SEM: Johnson (19); WS: Preston 2, Hayes. HR—SEM: Bourbon (8), KinsoMng (13); WS: Sorensen (16). Stale (37-21-1), 5 p.m. Game 6 — Alabama (44-17) vs. North Carolina 40-21), 9p.m. High school AU-l-70 LEAGUE First team Catcher - Clete Wilson, sr., Salina Central. Inflelders - Todd Just, sr., Salina Central; Shaun Puvogel, i/., Salina South; Boomer Berry, jr., Topeka West; Blake Johnson, sr., Manhattan; John Lugo, jr., Junction City. Outfielders - Bobby Barlow, jr., Salina Central; Jake Carlson, sr., Manhattan; Mike Converse, sr., Manhattan; Stephen Downey, Jr., Topeka West; Dan Newton, jr., Manhattan. Designated Miter - Robbie Watkins, sr., Topeka High. Utility - Kenny Swart, sr., Topeka West. Pitchers - Doug Hill, sr., Salina South; Blake Johnson, sr., Manhattan; Ryan Weigel, sr., Manhattan. Second team Salina athletes only Catcher - Tray SL Ctair, Jr., Salina South. Inflelders - Brian Lamone, sr., Salina Central; Ryan Tomlins, jr., Salina South; Jason Meysenburg, jr., Salina South. Outfielder - Matt Moody, soph., Salina South. Pitcher - Todd Just, sr., Salina Central. Softball High school CLASS 4A REGIONAL At Clay Center CLAY CENTER 12, CONCORDIA 0 Semifinal Clay Center 503 004— 12 15 1 Concordia 000 000— 0 22 W—Halner. L—Lagasse. 2B—CC: Halner, Brackman 2. 3B—CC: Beauchamp. HR—CC: Crimmins. MARYSVILLE 6, WAMEGO 5 Semifinal Marysville 011 022 0— 6 7 4 Wamego 300 110 0—593 W—Hamel. L—Thorsell. 2B—M: McCormack, Wilson; W: Divine. 3B—W: Langston. NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS Saturday, May 23 •Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday, May 24 Detroit at Dallas, 1 p.m. (FOX) Monday, May 25 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Tuesday, May 26 Detroit at Dallas, 7 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, May 28 Washington at'Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) . ' Friday, May 29 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, May 30 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday, May 31 Dallas at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Wednesday, June 3 Detroit at Dallas, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ES- PN) Thursday, June 4 Washington at Buffalo. 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Friday, June 5 Salina Speedway CRUISER POINT STANDINGS 1. Kenny Cross/Bart Tannahill 2. Aaron Suchy/Darin Schark 3. Justin Carlgren/Ron Jacobson 4. (tie) Gary Utley/Dale Cross 4. Shane Meeks/Chad Markley Football Baseball Texas League WICHITA 11, SHREVEPORT9 Shreveport 003 421 201 — 9 10 3 Wichita 112 000 16x —11 14 2 W—Grundy (2-3). L—McMullen (4-1). 2B—S: Woods, Charles, Ramirez; W: Gonzalez, Prieto. HR—S: Bonds, Glendenning. WICHITA 8, SHREVEPORT 6 Wednesday's game Shreveport 100 005 000 — 6 11 2 Wichita 520 001 OOx— 8 11 2 W—Calero (0-1). L—Grilli (2-6). Sv—Santiago (6). 2B—S: Woods, Leach; W: Stewart, Prieto. HR—W: Lewis, Febles. Semi-pro NFL PRESEASON SCHEDULE Friday, July 31 Seattle at Dallas, 8 p.m. Saturday, August 1 Hall ol Fame Game, Pittsburgh vs. Tampa Bay al Canton, Ohio, 6 p.m. (ABC) American Bowl, Green Bay vs. Kansas City at Tokyo, Japan, 9:15 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday, August 2 New England at San Francisco, 5 p.m. WEEK1 Thursday, August 6 New York Jels al Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Friday, August 7 Arizona at Detroil, 6 p.m. Tennessee at Allanta, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, August B Bullalo at Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Baltimore, 6:30 p.m. Jacksonville at Carolina. 6:30 p.m. Miami at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Kansas City vs. Tampa Bay at Norman, Okla., 7p.m. Cincinnati at New York Giants, 7 p.m. SALINA BLAZE MEMORIAL DAY TOURNAMENT Friday's game 7 p.m. — Salina Blaze vs. Wichita Twins Saturday's games . 10 a.m. — Olathe Outlaws vs. Wichita Jets 1 p.m. — Wichita Twins vs. Columbia, Mo. 4 p.m. — Olathe Outlaws vs. Wichita Twins 7 p.m. — Salina Blaze vs. Columbia, Mo. Sunday's games 1 p.m. — Wichita Jets vs. Wichita Twins 4 p.m. — Columbia Mo. vs. Olathe Outlaws 7 p.m. — Salina Blaze vs. Wichila Jets Monday's games Noon — Columbia, Mo. vs. Wichita Jets 3 p.m. — Salina Blaze vs. Olathe Outlaws NCAA Tournament MIDWEST REGIONAL AT WICHITA STATE Thursday's Results Arizona State 6. Arkansas 4 Oklahoma Stale 13, Georgia Tech 4 Wichita State 7, SE Missouri Stale 4 Today's Games 11 a.m. - Georgia Tech (38-21) vs. SE Missouri State (32-24). 3 p.m. - Wichita State (57-5) vs. Arkansas (3720). TOURNAMENT GLANCE (Double-elimination) East Regional At Clemson, S.C. Thursday, May 21 Southern California 10, Fordham 6 South Alabama 2, Virginia Commonwealth 1 Clemson 23, Citadel 3 Friday, May 22 Game 4 — Fordham (27-19) vs. Citadel (3623), 9 a.m. Game 5 — Southern California (41-15) vs. Virginia Commonwealth (44-14), 1 p.m. Game 6 — Clemson (43-14) vs. Soulh Alabama (40-17), 6p.m. Atlantic I Regional At Coral Gables, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Texas Tech 6, North Carolina 2 Soulh Carolina 21, Florida International 9 Miami 17, Bowling Green 6 Friday, May 22 Game 4 — Florida International (40-23) vs. Bowling Green (34-20), U a.m. Game 5 — Miami (47-9) vs. North Carolina (39-22), 2:45 p.m. Game 6 — South Carolina (43-16) vs. Texas Tech (44-18), 6:30 p.m. Atlantic II Regional At Tallahassee, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Oklahoma 6, Delaware 3 Rutgers 17, Auburn 15 Florida State 10, Liberty 7 Friday, May 22 Game 4 — Liberty (32-28) vs. Auburn (43-17), 10a.m. Game 5 — Florida State (50-18) vs. Delaware (43-9), 2 p.m. Game 6 — Rutgers (33-14) vs. Oklahoma (4118), 6 p.m. South I Regional At Gainesville, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Richmond 12, Baylor 10 Wake Forest 14, Illinois 12 Florida 12, Monmouth, N.J. 8 Friday, May 22 Game 4 — Monmoth, N.J. (30-20) vs. Illinois. (39-20), 10a.m. Game 5 — Florida (43-15) vs. Baylor (40-191), 2 p.m. Game 6 — Wake Forest (42-21) vs. Richmond (41-15-1), 6p.m. South II Regional At Baton Rouge, La. Thursday, May 21 Tulane 11, Southwestern Louisiana 5 Cal St. Fullerton 16, Harvard 1 LSU 18, Nicholls State 4 Friday, May 22 Game 4 — Nicholls State (28-33) vs. Harvard (34-11), 11a.m. Game 5 — LSU (43-17) vs. Southwestern Louisiana (39-21), 3p.m. Game 6 — Cal State Fullerton (45-15) vs. Tulane (48-13), 7p.m. Central Regional At College Station, Texas Thursday, May 21 Rice 11, Oral Roberts 1 Mississippi State 7, Washington 6 Texas A&M 17, North Carolina-Charlotte 0 Friday, May 22 Game 4 — Oral Roberts (44-19) vs. North Carolina-Charlotte (43-18), 11 a.m. Game 5 — Rice (46-15) vs. Washington (3916), 3 p.m. Game 6 —Texas ASM (44-18) vs. Mississippi Stale (38-20), 7 p.m. West Regional At Stanford, Calif. Thursday, May 21 North Carolina State 12, Long Beach State 3 Alabama 8, Minnesota 2 MARYSVILLE 5, CLAY CENTER 3 Championship ClayCenter 110 001 0—3 12 2 Marysville 111 200 x —5 82 W—Nelson. L—Brackman, 2B—CC: Beauchamp; M: Nleffeld. Recreation SPR scores MEN'S SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL League 7 — Outlaws 18, Signal One 8; D&S Drywell 17, Shooters Big Dawgs 3; B&S Saw 15, Pronto Print 5. League 8 — Pennington Chiropractic 12, Bandits 4; Kansas Cellular 9, Kennedy & Coe 8 League 9 — Exide Extreme 15, Blue Beacon 2; Voo Doo Children 12, Arrow Shoot 2; The Brothermen 14, Great Plain R&D 8. WOMEN'S SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL League 4 — SRCH-2 10, Kennedy & Coe 7; HABCO 19, Grease Monkey 2; Two Rivers Vending/Roto Rooter 14, Crow's Nest 13; Bennington State Bank 10, Lookin' for a Win 6. Brando! Chambtee Clark Dennis Joey Sindelar Dan Forsman Grant Waite Kirk Triplet! Steve Jones Peter Jacobsen Jim Gallagher Hapme Meshiai Frank LicMiter Blaine McCallister Lee Rinker Fulton Allem Jeff Maggerl Tom Kite Frank Nobito Kevin Sutherland Neal Lancaster Steve Lowery RickFehr Dan Pohl Brent Geiberger Mike Brlsky Scott McCarron Russ Cochran Jeff Gallagher Tommy Armout III Justin Leonard John Huston Gabriel Hjertsledt Mike Reid Brian Henninger Scott Verplank Keith Clearwater Mark Brooks Vijay Singh Billy Andrade Nick Price Greg Kraft Dave Stockton Dave Stockton Mark Wiebe Len Matllace David Toms Craig Stadler David Ogrin Mike Hulbert Nick Faldo Fred Couples Paul Goydos Mike Standly Wayne Grady Jay Don Blake Glen Day Tommy Tories Tom Byrum David Edwards Brad Faxon Brad Elder Corey Pavin Lee Janzen D.A. Welbring Robert Damron . Bill Glasson Billy Mayfair Omar Urestl Fred Funk Loren Roberts Ben Crenshaw Brett Quigley Olin Browne Billy Ray Brown Scott Simpson David Sutherland Esteban Toledo Duffy Waldorf Trevor Dodds Rod Curl Phil Mickelson Steve Pate Tennis College women NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS At South Bend, Ind. GEORGIA 5, KANSAS 3 Singles 1. Hunt, K, del. Castellano, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3; 2. Venkatesan, G, del. Sim, 6-3, 6-2; 3. Reid, G, del. Sell, 6-3, 6-3; 4. Sues, K, del. Grey, 2-6,61,6-3; 5. van de Walle, G, del. Sidorova, 6-2,61; 6. Mellis, G, del. Sekulov, 6-3,6-3. Doubles 1. Hunt/Sim, K, del. Caslellano/Grey, abandoned; 2. Red/Venkalesan, G, del. Sidorova/Sues, 8-6; 3. Chiller/Sell, K, del. Mellis/van de Wale, 8-6. 33-35-68 34-34—68 35-34—69 35-34—69 34-35—69 35-34-69 34-35—69 33-36-69 33-36-69 34-35—69 35-34-69 34-35—69 34-35-69 34-35—69 36-33—69 33-36-69 34-35-69 35-34-69 35-34—69 36-34—70 33-37—70 37-33—70 35-35-70 35-35—70 36-34—70 34-36—70 35-35—70 36-34—70 37-33—70 35-35—70 36-34—70 37-33—70 34-36—70 35-35—70 36-35—71 38-33—71 37-34—71 37-34—71 34-37—71 37-34—71 34-37—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 33-38—71 34-37—71 34-37—71 35-36—71 36-35—71 37-35—72 37-35—72 35-37—72 36-36—72 38-34—72 34-38—72 39-33—72 35-37—72 36-36—72 36-36—72 37-36—73 35-38—73 35-38-73 36-38—74 36-38—74 37.37—74 36-38—74 37-37—74 38-36—74 36-39—75 35-40-75 37-38—75 38-37—75 41-35—76 38-38—76 36^0—76 36-40—76 38-38—76 37-39—76 37-39—76 38-40—78 3642—78 38-40—78 LPGA Golf PGA COLONIAL SCORES FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Scores Thursday after the first round of the $2.3 million Mas- terCard Colonial, played on the 7,010-yard, par 35-35—70, Colonial Country Club: Game 1 — Loyola Maiymount (33-21-1) at Stanford (41-12-1), (n) Friday, May 22 Game 4 — Game 1 loser vs. Minnesota (4514), 1 p.m. Game 5 — Game 1 winner vs. Long Beach Harrison Frazar Phil Blackmar Jim Furyk David Duval Lanny Wadkins Jerry Kelly Scon Hoch BobTway Bob Estes Jim Carter Rocco Mediate Brad Fabel Doug Martin Bruce LJetzke Jeff Sluman R.W. Eaks Craig Parry Skip Kendall Payne Stewart David Frost John Cook Stuart Appleby Steve Flesch Paul Stankowski Mark Calcavecchia Guy Boros Stewart Cink Dudley Hart Kenny Perry Tom Watson 31-33—64 32-34—66 34-32—66 33-33—66 34-32-66 33-34—67 33-34-67 33-34—67 35-32—67 33-34-67 34-33—67 35-32-67 34-33-67 35-32-67 35-32-67 33-34-67. 38-32-68 33-35-68 36-32-68 34-34—68 36-32-68 34-34—68 34-34-68 35-33-68 32-36-68 36-32—68 35-33-68 34-34-68 36-32—68 34-34—68 CORNING CLASSIC CORNING, N.Y. (AP) — Scores Thursday alter the first round of the $700,000 LPGA Coming Classic, played on the 6,062-yard, par 36-36— 72 Coming Country Club: Tammie Green Sara Hallock Colleen Walker Stephanie Lowe Brandle Burton Hollis Stacy Susie Redman Anne Marie Palli jane Geddes Kristi Albers Vickie Odegard Helen Alfredsson Jan Stephenson Kim Shipman Nancy Ramsbottom Dottle Pepper Melissa McNamara Penny Hammel Kim Bauer Catrin Nilsmark Cristie Kerr Robin Wallon Laurie Rinker-Graham Kris Monaghan Missle McGeorge Sally Little Jenny Lldback Gail Graham Beth Daniel Dawn Coe-Jones Danielle Ammaccapane Kelli Kuehne Michele Redman Cathy Mocketl Kathryn Marshall Emilee Klein Maria H|orth Vicki Goetze-Ackerman - Susan Florin Corinne Dibnah Sue Thomas Laura Baugh Lisa Walters Betsy King Calhy Johnston-Forbes Nancy Harvey Pat Bradley Nanci Bowen Amy Benz Shanl Waugh Kristal Parker Mhalri McKay Joanne Morley Mardi Lunn Amy Fruhwirth Natascha Fink Alicia Dibos Heather Daly-Donofrio 32-35—67 34-33—67 35-33—68 34-34—68 34-34—68 34-35—69 34-35—69 33-36—69 31-38—69 34-35—69 34-35-69 36-33-69 34-36—70 34-36—70 35-35—70 34-36—70 34-36—70 35-35—70 32-38—70 34-36—70 36-34—70 37-34—71 34-37—71 35-36—71 34-37—71 35-36—71 36-35—71 38-33—71 34-37—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 . 37-34—71 35-36—71 36-35—71 35-36—71 36-35—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 33-38—71 34-38—72 36-36—72 33-39—72 35-37—72 36-36—72 36-36—72 35-37—72 35-37—72 37-35-72 34-38—72 35-37—72 37-35—72 37-35—72 35-37—72 36-36—72 37-35—72 36-36—72 34-38—72 AREA FISHING REPORT CEDAR BLUFF RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 61 degrees, water is clear at 4-5 teet on the main lake. Lake level is 1.4 feet below conservation level. Black bass — Good to excellent on spinner baits, pig & jig and plastic lizards in shallow water around Hooded brush. Anglers are reminded to be on the lookout lor tagged largemouth bass, 2-6 pounds. Channel catfish — Slow, no reports of cattish being caught. Grapple — Excellent on small jigs or minnows/bobber combo fished along flooded salt cedar lines up in any of the major coves. Many nice white crappie are being reported and can be tound in a little cloudier water towards the upper end of the lake. Blacks run 9-12 inches and are in the clearer coves of the lower end ol the lake. White bass & wipers — Good to excellent as whites and wipers are concentration at the moulhs ol major coves, along the dam, and over main lake points in the early morning or at sundown. Hot activity is possible when schools are located in deep water, these fish are suspended at 12-15 leet deep. Big jigs and shad imitation lures best. White bass average 1-3 pounds and wipers up to 4 pounds. Walleye — Slow, but numerous small 10-12 inches walleye being caught by crappie anglers with an occasional larger walleye caught. GLEN ELDER RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temper- alure is 67 degrees, lake level at conservation pool, releasing 400 cubic leet per second. Channel catfish — Fair with some being harvested with limblines and Irotlines using live bait on the upper end ol reser voir. Shoreline anglers have been havinc fair success lakewide. Some using live bail while others using shad sides anc other prepared baits. Crappie - Good while still gelling a lew reports of fish being caught in anc around brushpiles located in coves anc cre,eks scattered around the reservoir 10-12 leet of water. Also have had some reports of males moving up into shallot water in preparation of spawning activi ties'. Small jigs or bobber and minnow combination working best. Mill Cree produced some nice fish over this pas weekend. V. Walleye — Good numbers ol walleye eing reported at this time. Some anglers re having success catching them in less tan 5 feet of water on the Cawker City ats, while other anglers are reporting ice fish being caught off the breaks of IB old river channel. All sizes are being eported. Nightcrawlers working best •ifting or anchoring over structure and oilers are catching fish with shallow run- ing crankbaits. White bass — Fair lo good with some nglers catching whites while trolling in nd around Marina Cove and off the am. Also receiving reports of whites be- ng caught close to the Cawker Cause- 'ay. KANOPOLIS RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature \s 64 degrees, lake level is 4% feet above conservation level. Lake is muddy lut clearing some and releasing 329 cubic feet per second. Crappie — Good to excellent on jigs and minnows around the marina docks, he Yankee Run docks, off the dam and n (he outlet area. Fish are moving to the shallow brush and brushpiles. The spawn is in full swing. Flatheads — Good on trotline in the river bailed with live sunfish and large minnows, up to 40 pounds. While bass — Fair with some being taken oil the dam and up the river on white jigs and roadrunners. KIRWIN RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 67 degrees, lake level is 1.8 feet above conservation level. Channel catfish — Fair with traditional baits on trotiines and rod and reel in flooded timber in both arms, also some being caught incidentally by crappie and walleye anglers. Crappie — Excellent on jigs and minnows in shallow spawning areas lakewide. also fish altractors and deep water covering well at times, limits common, 1-2 pounds average. Largemouth bass — Very good to excellent on a variety of artificials near shallow flooded cover, murkier water towards upper end best, 13-18 inches average Walleye — Mostly fair to very good on jig & worm in the Bow Creek Arm and Dog Town area, also a lew being taken incidentally by crappie and bass anglers in flooded timber lakewide. Some are sublegal. running just shy of the 15 inch es legal length, 4-6 pounders common. Wipers — Fair on a variety of artificial baits lakewide. Some being caught incidentally by crappie and bass anglers and by shoreline fishermen stillfishing worms on the bottom, 1-2 pounds. LOVEWELL RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 68 degrees, lake level is 1 foot above conservation level, releasing 500 cubic feet per second. Channel catfish — Good as trotliners on the west end who are having good success with live bait. Some nice channel catfish and a few flatheads have been reported. Shoreline anglers off the State Park, Oak Hill and Cabin Point areas also catching a few with shad sides and stink baits. A few being caught at the outlet. Crappie — Slow but still not much angling for crappie at this time, but some anglers have caught a few in Marina Cove in shallow with bobber and jig combination. Walleye — Fair to good with many sub-legal sized fish running 15-16 inches still being caught lakewide in shallow water using nighlcrawler and jig combination. Most legal walleye have been caught off major shallow water points. Spinner rigs tipped with crawlers used by drifters have been produclive. Some trailers catching a few legal fish on the south side of reservoir. White bass & wipers — Good with only a few scattered white bass reports at this time. Some being caught off the dam and weigh less than 2 pounds. Several nice wipers being reported over 4 pounds being caught off major points drifting wilh nightcrawlers. SEBELIUS RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 69 degrees, lake is 1 '/. inches above conservation level. Channel catfish — Good to excellent with traditional baits on setlines in the up per end of the reservoir, 4-10 pounds average. Crappie — Good using minnows anc jigs in Hooded brush in 2-6 feet of water in upper end of reservoir and coves lakewide. Some being caught otf fishing dock in Leota Cove with early morning best, '^-1 pounds. Largemouth bass — Excellent on jigs and spinnerbaits in flooded brush throughout the lake, some of the belle success occurring in the backs of coves and off points in the coves, shallow grassy flats are producing well at times 13-17 inches average. Wipers — Fair to good and excellent at limes casting bucktail jigs in the lower end near the dam and in Leota Cove. Saugeye — Fair to good with jig & worm on the road beds, also casting twister tail jigs In the upper ends of coves and shallow nooks throughout the lake, many are sublegal, 18 inches length limit in effect. WEBSTER RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 68 degrees, lake level is 2'A feet above conservation level, releasing 51 cubic feet per second. Channel catfish — Good on trotiines baited with minnows fished in the flooded timber in western half of lake, tod and reel using cut bait lakewide and some being caught incidentally on lures along the dam. Crappie — Good on jigs and minnows in flooded cover in 2-6 feet of water, coves have been mosl productive, 10-13 inches. Largemouth baas — Fair to good, bass fishing pressure has been light, good success reported by a few anglers throwing a variety of artificials to shallow cover, 2V4 -4 'A pounds common, also some being taken incidentally by crappie fishermen. Wipers — Sporadic, excellent at times casting topwaler baits and jigs from boats and shore along the dam, early morning and late evening best. Also casting bucktail jigs during midday hours in flooded timber near shallow areas in lower end, master angler size fish common. Walleye — Mostly fair to very good casting crankbaits and twister tail jigs and working jig and worm combinations on the road beds and parking lots and in flooded brush in the mornings and evenings. Best reports coming west ol Marina Cove, ranging to B pounds, some sublegals, 15 inch length limit in effect. WILSON RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 63 degrees and clear, lake level is al conservation level, releasing 15 cubic feet per second. Channel catfish - Fair on shad giz- zarrjs, worms and live sunfish. Generally besl in Ihe river above the reservoir bu some are coming from the main lake and the outlet area. Crappie — Fair on minnows and smal jigs around Ihe marina and Marshal Cove docks, Ihe shallower brushpiles Fish are starting to show up In the backs of coves, 10-12 Inches. Striped bass — Good to excellent as anglers are catching stripers off the rocky points from Minooka to trie dam on large oadrunners and jigs, early mornings and evenings best. Some are coming from Hell Creek and trolling shad imitation crankbaits, 3-20 pounds. Walleye — Slow to fair with some be- ng caught off the rocky points on shimmy shad, roadrunners and crankbaits and Tolling shad imitations around the Minooka area, 4-8 pounds. White bass — Fair to good al times. Whites are still in the river spawning and Ihe river Is back down but still stained and anglers finally had good success over the weekend in the vicinity of Ihe old low water bridge well west ol the Bunker Hill bridge. Some whites are showing up on the dam and off the rocky points on white jigs, beetle spins and spinners, V4- 2 pounds. Black bass — Good on jerk baits, spinner baits and jigs in the creek areas, the back of coves and off the rocky points. The bass are in the spawning mode right now and thus are a bit harder lo catch, 3-4 pounds average. OTTAWA STATE RSHING LAKE General conditions — Water level is normal and clearing up. Channel catfish — Good on worms and prepared baits, mainly in the upper end. Blueglll — Fair around the piers and shoreline brush on bobber and worm, 79 inches. Largemouth bass — Fair to good at times on spinnerbaits or any flashy lure due to the stained water. Bass are very shallow in the brush and right on the shoreline. The lily pads are starting to show up and the bass will be moving into these areas. There are lots of smal fish, few to 6 pounds. Crappie — Excellent on minnows and jigs around Ihe piers and Ihe shoreline brushpiles, 9-11 inches. ROOKS STATE RSHING LAKE Largemouth bass — Good on plastic worms, spinnerbaits and a variety o crankbails in shallows along the dam am near flooded cover lakewide, fish over 15 inch legal length common. SALINE STATE FISHING LAKE Channel catfish — Slow to fair oi HOWARD SPORTS DIGEST Webber, Howard will not be prosecuted By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Former Washington Wizards teammates Juwan Howard and Chris Webber will not be prosecuted in connection with a sexual assault complaint filed after a party at Howard's house. "After a thorough and deliberate consideration of the facts and circumstances of this case, by the police and grand jury, it has been determined that prosecution is not warranted and this matter is closed," Montgomery County State's Attorney Robert L. Dean said Thursday. Howard, who is still with the Wizards, and Webber, who was traded last week to the Sacramento Kings in part because of his off-the-court problems, were named by a Connecticut woman in a complaint filed April 6 after a late party at Howard's house in Potomac, Md. Both players denied any wrongdoing, and the investigation was turned over to a grand jury. The panel heard testimony from many of the 40 or so people who attended the party, as well as the accuser herself. Howard and Webber did not testify, and their lawyers did not allow them to be interviewed by police. Basketball _____ CINCINNATI — Spared jail, Xavier basketball player Darnell Williams says he will urge young audiences to avoid drinking and driving. Williams, the leading scorer for the Musketeers ! last season, avoided a jail sentence Wednesday by pleading no contest to a charge of failing a breath-alcohol test. His lawyer, J. Stephen Cox, said in court that Williams had been out with friends that night and felt he was in better shape than his friend to drive home. Baseball NEW YORK — Paul O'Neill, who could have certainly gotten richer playing somewhere else next season, will likely finish his career in Yankee pinstripes. The outfielder, who could have become a free agent after this season, agreed Thursday on a one-year contract extension that guarantees him $6.25 million. O'Neill gets a $750,000 signing bonus and $5.5 million next season, and the Yankees have a $6.5 million option for 2000. Boxing LAS VEGAS — The promoter of a proposed fight between former heavyweight champions George Foreman and Larry Holmes wants the bout to take place either in the Houston Astrodome or at a Las Vegas casino. Roger Levitt said he has talked with representatives of the Astrodome, the Las Vegas Hilton and the MGM Grand. Spokesmen for the casinos described the talks as very preliminary Both Foreman and Holmes are signed, according to Levitt, but no date has been set. • Cycling FRASCATI, Italy — Mario Cipollini sprinted to victory in the fifth stage of the Tour of Italy cycling classic Thursday and matched a record with his 23rd career win. Michele Bartoli moved into the overall lead, replacing Sergei Gontchar of Ukraine. GoH worms, liver and prepared baits, % pounds average. SHERIDAN STATE FISHING LAKE General conditions — Water temperature Is 62 degrees. Channel catfish — Good in bottom fishing with worms or cut sunflsh early or late along the dam or the creek channel at the upper end, 1-4 pounds. Largemouth bass — Good in shallow water lakewide using small plastic grubs, 1-5 pounds. Sunflsh — Good with worm/bobber combo in shallow water at each end of the dam or at upper end of lake, 6-9 inches. MILFORD RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature Is 67 degrees, water Is clear and normal, releasing 1,000 cubic feet per second. White bass — Fair on the dam with minnows and jigs and spinners, '/4-1 pound. Walleye — Good at rock points and mud/lats in 2-10 teet ot water on jigs and worms, 1-6 pounds. Grapple — Fair in the rocks and brush in 1 -8 feet of water on minnows and jigs, %-% pounds. Bass — Good in shoreline brush on jigs, worms and spinnerbaits, 1-5 pounds. TUTTLE CREEK RESERVOIR General conditions — Water temperature is 67 degrees, water Is murky and at pool, releasing 1,500 cubic feet per second. Channel catfish — Good on worms and shad bails in tailwalers and in the northern end of the lake, 1-5 pounds. Grapple - Fair to good on jigs and minnows In tailwaters and southern coves, %-1 pound. GEARY STATE FISHING LAKE Grapple — Good In 1-5 feel of water in brush and gravel on minnows and jigs, '/4-y« pounds. Bass — Good at the shoreline on jigs, worms and jerk baits, Vi-5 pounds. WASHINGTON STATE FISHING LAKE Grapple — Good on the shoreline on minnows and jigs, 'A-% pounds. Channel catfish — Good lakewide on cut bait, 1-4 pounds. J FORT WORTH, Texas — Rookie Harrison Frazar, extending his sudden hot streak, shot a 6- under-par 64 Thursday and grabbed the first- round lead in the haze and heat of the Master- Card Colonial. Frazar, 26, a former University of Texas roommate of reigning British Open champion Justin Leonard, toured the 7,010-yard, par-70 Colonial Country Club course in 31-33 and took a two-shot lead over David Duval, former champ Lanny Wadkins, Jim Furyk and Phil Blackmar. CORNING, N.Y. — For a former field hockey star, Sara Hallock sure can shoot a mean round of golf. Playing in only her second tournament on the LPGA tour, Hallock shot a 5-under-par 67 Thursday, tying Tammie Green for the first- round lead at the Corning Classic. Colleen Walker, Brandie Burton and Stephanie Lowe were one shot back at 68. Jane Geddes, who had seven, birdies before faltering with two bogeys and a double-bogey on the back nine, led a group of seven players at 69. Two-time defending champion Rosie Jones, who defeated Green in a sudden- death playoff last year, finished with a 1-over 73. Soccer David Regis probably will play for the United States in Sunday's exhibition game against Kuwait, just four days after becoming an American citizen. The former Frenchman might not start against Kuwait, but many think he will be in the starting lineup when the United States opens World Cup play against Germany on June 15. Regis, born in Martinique, was eligible for U.S. citizenship because his wife is American. 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