The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 23, 1998 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Publication:
Location:
Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, May 23, 1998
Page:
Page 12
Start Free Trial
Cancel

B2 SATURDAY. MAY 23. 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule AUTO RACING Noon — CART Auto Racing, Motorola 300 ABC. cable 9,10. 12:05 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing. Bused Grand Natranal Series. Carquesl Auto Parts 300. WTBS. cable 15. 3 p.m. — NASCAR Racing, Craftsman Truck Series. Yellow Freight 200. TNN, cable 34. 7 p.m. — Dayton Indy Lights Auto Racing, championship, ESPN2. cable 39. 8:30 p.m. — USAC Auto Racing, mkjgets. ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Chicago Cubs at Atlanta. WTBS. cable 15; WON. ft p-m. — Major League Baseball, Tampa Bay at Seattle, fX. cable 28. BASKETBALL 2:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Chicago vs. InoV ana. NBC, cable 3.13. ; BOWLING 1 p.m. — PBA Bowling. Johnny Petraglia Open, CBS. cable 5,1Z FOOTBALL 11:30 p.m. — Arena Football, New York at Albany, ESPN2, cable 39. GOLF 2 pjn. — PGA Golf, MasterCard Colonial. CBS. cable 5.12. 3 p.m. — LPGA Golf, Skins Game. ABC. cable 9,10. 4:30 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf. Bell Atlantic Classic, ESPN, cable 38. 4:30 p.m. — Women's NCAA Golf. Division I 'Championship. ESPN2, cable 39. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Buffalo at Washington. ESPN, cable 38. HORSE RACING 6:30 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing, races TBA, ESPN2. cable 39. LACROSSE 11 a.rn. — NCAA Lacrosse, Maryland vs. Loyola. Md., ESPN2. cable 39. 2 p.m. — NCAA Lacrosse. Syracuse vs. -Princeton, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 8:30 a.m. — Team tennis. World Team Championship. ESPN2. cable 39. Baseball Semi-pro . SALINA BLAZE MEMORIAL DAY TOURNAMENT Friday's game 7 p.m. — Salina Blaze 5. Wichita Twins 1 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. SAUNA BLAZE 5, WICHITA TWINS 1 Wichita 100 000 0 — 1 3 1 ' Salina 000 401 x — 5 9 1 WP — Frey (1-0). LP — Grimm (0-1). S — Sanchez (1). 2B — S: Wasinger, Willey. HR — S: Wasinger. NCAA Tournament NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL AT WICHITA Thursday, May 21 Arizona State 8, Arkansas 4 . Oklahoma State 13. Georgia Tech 4 - Wichita State 7, SE Missouri State 4 Friday's Results Georgia Tech 14, SE Missouri State 4 (Southeast eliminated) Arkansas 3, Wichita Stale 2,11 innings Oklahoma State 13, Arizona State 8 Today's Games 11 am. — Wichita State (56-6) vs. Arizona State (35-22) 3 p.m. — Georgia Tech (39-21) vs. Arkansas (38-20) 7 p.m. — Oklahoma State (40-19) vs. Wichita Slate-Arizona State winner GEORGIA TECH 14, SE MISSOURI STATE 5 Georgia Tech 115 000 412— 14 19 0 SE Missouri Stata 101 000 102 — 5 8 0 Yankosky, Mitchell (9) and Prince. Sweann- gen, Debrock (3). Wolsey (7), Schetfer (8) and Hoehner. WP - Yankowsky (11-1). LP Swearingen (7-6). 2B - GT: Brooks (8), Honsy- cutt (18); SE: Kinsolving (13), Yount (12). 3B SE: Lane (1). HR - GT: Brooks (12), Donaghey 2 (10), Honeycutt (14), Hood (9); SE: Johnson (13). Kinsolving (14). Marino (21). ARKANSAS 3, WICHITA STATE 2 (11 innings) Wichita State 002 000 000 00 — 2 7 2 Arkansas 00010000101—3 4 4 Foral, Bluma (9). Bauer (11| and Preston. Morianty. Quamstrom (11) and Caldwell WP - Ouamstrom (5-2). LP - Bauer (4-2). 2B-WS: Ryan (13). HR-AK: Nye (15). OKLAHOMA STATE 13, ARIZONA STATE 8 Arizona State 000000512— 8 6 1 Oklahoma Stale 410 016 01x—13 12 2 Lowery. Crumpton (6). Friedberg (8). Milner (8) and Jones. Bludau. Hunt (8). Praia (8) and Puffinbarger. Holliday (9). WP - Bludau (4-3). LP - Lowery (8-6). 2B - AS: Beinbrink (22). Moreno (14); OS: Lucas (16), Putfmbarger (4). HR - AS: Halvorson (2). Moreno (8), OS: Me- Cullough (9). 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 12. Citadel 3 Friday, May 22 Citadel 5, Fordham 1, Fordham eliminated Virginia Commonwealth 14, Southern California 4 South Alabama 2, Clemson 1 Saturday, May 23 Game 7 — Southern California (41-16) vs. Clemson (43-15). 10a.m. Game 8 — Citadel (37-23) vs. Virginia Commonwealth (45-14), 2 p.m. Game 9 — South Alabama (41-17) vs. Game 7 winner. 6 p.m. Atlantic I Regional At Coral Gables, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Texas Tech 6. North Carolina 2 South Carolina 21. Florida International 9 Miami 17. Bowling Green 6 Friday, May 22 Florida International 13, Bowling Green 7, Bowfing Green eliminated North Carolina 6, Miami 5 South Carolina 9,. Texas Tech 8 Saturday, May 23 Miami (47-10) vs. Texas Tech (44-19), 11 a.m. Florida International (41-23) vs. North Carolina (40-22). 2:45 p.m. South Carolina (44-16) vs. MianVTexas Tech winner,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? Friday, May 22 Auburn 3, Liberty 2. Liberty eliminated Florida Stale 27, Delaware 6, Delaware eliminated ; Game 6 — Rutgers (33-14. Oklahoma (41-18), 7 p.m. Saturday, May 23 Florida State (51-18) vs. Oklahoma (42-18), 10 a.m. Auburn (44-17) vs. Rutgers (33-15), 2 p.m. Aubum-Rutgers winners vs. Flordia State-Oklahoma loser. South I Regional At Gainesville, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Richmond 12, Baylor 10 Wake Forest 14, Illinois 12 Rorida 12, Monmouth, N.J. 8 Friday, May 22 Illinois 13, Monmouth, N.J. 2, Monmouth eliminated Baylor 10. Florida 5 Wake Forest 6, Richmond 5 Saturday, May 23 • Game? — Florida (43-16) vs.Richmond(41- 16-1), 11 a.m. Game 8 — Illinois (40-20) vs. Baylor (41-191), 2p.m. Game 9 — Wake Forest (32-21) vs. Game 7 winner, 6 p.m. South II Region Thursday, May 21 Tulane 11. Southwestern Louisiana 5 Cal St. Fullerton 16. Harvard 1 LSU 18, Nicholls Stale 4 Friday, May 22 Harvard 6, Nicholls State 5. 10 innings, Nicholls St. eliminated LSU 15, Southwestern Louisiana 6, Southwestern Louisiana eliminated Cal State-Fullerton 10, Tulane 6 Saturday, May 23 LSU (44-17) vs. Cal State-Fullerton (46-15), 11 a.m. Harvard (35-11) vs. Tulane (48-14). 3 p.m. Today's schedule SATURDAY, MAY 23 BASEBALL Columbia. Mo. at Salina Blaze. 7 p.m. NCAA Midwest Regional. Wichita Kansas City at Texas. 7:30 p.m. TENNIS Salina Central at Class 5A state tournament. Wichita Southeast of Saline at 3A state tournament, Hillsboro LSU-Cal State-Fuilerton loser vs. Harvard-Tulane winner. 7 p.m. Central Regional At College Station, Texas Thursday, May 21 Rice 11. Oral Roberts 1 Mississippi State 7, Washington 6 Texas ASM 17. North Carolina-Charlotte 0 Friday, May 22 Oral Roberts 20, North Carolina-Charlotte 13. N.C.-Charfotte eliminated Washington 20. Rice 11 Texas A&M 4. Mississippi State 3 Saturday, May 23 Rice (46-16) vs. Mississippi State (38-21). 11 a.m. Oral Roberts (45-19) vs. Washington (40-16). 3p.m. Texas A&M vs. Rice-Mississippi State winner. 7 p.m. West Regional At Stanford, Calif. Thursday, May 21 North Carolina State 12. Long Beach State 3 Alabama 8. Minnesota 2 Loyola Man/mount 6. Stanford 2 Friday, May 22 Standford 19. Minnesota 1. Minnesota eliminated Long Beach State 19, Loyola Man/mount 9 Alabama (44-17) vs. North Carolina State (4021) Saturday, May 23 Games, times TBO High school STATE PAIRINGS Pairings for the Kansas state high school baseball tournaments beginning May 29: CLASS 6A At Wichita Friday, May 29 11 a.m. — Wichita Southeast. 13-9, vs. Olathe East, 13-9; 1:30 p.m. — BV North, 12-10, vs. Manhattan, 18-2:4 p.m. — Olathe South, 13-9. vs. Wichita Heights, 18-4; 6:30 p.m. — Dodge City, 13-9. vs. Lawrence High, 14-6. Saturday, May 30 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. — Wichita Southeast- Olathe East winner vs. BV North-Manhattan winner; Olathe South-Wichita Heights winner vs. Dodge City-Lawrence High winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Championship. CLASS 5A At Salina Friday, May 29 11 a.m. — Valley Center, 14-8. vs. Great Bend. 15-7; 1:30 p.m. — St. Thomas Aflumas. 15-7, vs. Arkansas City, 15-7; 4 p.m". — Shawnee Heights, 12-10, vs. Wichita Carroll, 166; 6:30 p.m. — Topeka Seaman. 9-12, vs. Fort Scott, 17-3. Saturday, May 30 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. — Valley Center-Great Bend winner vs. Shawnee Heights-Wichita Carroll winner; Aquinas-Arkansas Crty winner vs. Topeka-Seaman-Fort Scott winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Championship. Class 4A At Manhattan 11 a.m. — KC Ward, 18-3, vs. Marysville. 129; 1:30 p.m. — Pratt, 16-5. vs. Spring Hill, 17-6; 6:30 p.m. — TopeRa Hayden, 16-3, vs., Chanute, 16-7; 4 p.m. — Scott City. 18-5, vs. Augusta, 16-7. 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. — KC Ward-Marysville winner vs. Pratt-Spring Hill winner; Topeka Hayden-Chanute winner vs. Scott City-Augusta winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Championship game. Class 3A At Topeka Friday, May 29 11 a.m.— Galena, 14-8, vs. Silver Lake. 17-1; 1:30 p.m. — SE Saline. 15-7, vs. Neodesha, 122; 4 p.m. — Jeff West, 13-6. vs. Central Heights. 16-3; 6:30— Hoisinglon, 9-11, vs. Oxford. 19-1. Saturday, May 30 10 a.m.. 12:30 p.m. — Galena-Silver Lake winner vs. SE Saline-Neodesha winner; Jeff West-Central Heights winner vs. Hoisington-Oxford winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Championship. Class 2-1A At Emporia Friday, May 29 11 a.m. — Minneola. 6-8. vs. Elkhart, 20-2: 1:30 p.m. — Canton-Galva. 15-7. vs. Pittsburg Colgan. 17-5: 4 p.m. — Sylvan. 11-5. vs. Thayer, 14-6: 6:30 p.m. — Central Burden, 14-7, vs. Rossville. 19-3. Saturday, May 30 10 a.m.. 12:30 p.m. — Minneola-Elkhart winner vs. Sytvan-Thayer winner: Canton-Galva- Pittsburg Colgan winner vs. Central Burden- Rossville winner. 3 p.m, — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Championship. Tennis High school CLASS 5A STATE TOURNAMENT At Wichita Friday's results Singles Quarterfinals — Stroer. Salina Central, def. Oxler, Wichita Carroll. 6-0. 6-1: Watkins. SM Aquinas, def. Jason. Mettlmg. Winfield. 7-6 (70). 6-1; Zovic. Topeka West. def. Denny. Winfield. 6-1,6-0: Steven, Wichita Kapaun. def. Marti, Buhler. 6-3, 6-0. First round — Strcer. Salina Central, del. Derstein. El Dorado. 6-0. 6-0: Oxler, Wichita Carroll, def. Mebed. Topeka West. 6-2. 6-0; Jason. Mettling. Winfield. def. Wesley, Great Bend. 6-0. 6-1: Watkins, SM Aquinas, def. Wright. Wichita Kapaun. 5-7,6-4.6-1; Zovic. Topeka West, def. Pringle, Maize, 6-1. 6-1; Denny, Winfield, def. Porter, Salina Central, 7-5, 7-6 (7-4): Steven, Wichita Kapaun, def. T. Monley. SM Aquinas. 6-1, 6-1; Marti. Buhler. del. Todd. El Dorado. 6-0.6-1. Losers' bracket (first round) — Pringle. Maize, def. Porter. SC. 9-3. Doubles Quarterfinals — Johnson-Heidebrecht. McPherson, def. Dater-Buckner. Maize. 6-4.6-3: Humphrey-Roth, Topeka West. def. Biby-Fluis, Winfield, 7-5, 6-3; Dick-Josh Mettling, Winfield. def. Wilson-Jones. Salina Central. 6-2. 7-5; Lamb-Hoffman. Salina Central, def. Ritchie- Wilkins, Wichita Kapaun. 6-1.6-1. First round — Johnson-Heidebrecht. McPherson. def. Idol-Browning, Paola, 6-4, 6-1; Dater-Buckner, Maize, def. Fowler-Johnson, Pittsburg, 6-2. 7-5; Humphrey-Roth. Topeka West, def. Havens-Ekholm, McPherson, 4-6. 75, 6-2; Biby-Fluis. Wintield. def. Nguyen-Giang. Liberal. 6-2, 7-6 (7-2): Dick-Josh Mettling. Winfield, del. Fisher-Schauner, Maize, 6-0,6-1: Wilson-Jones. Salina Central, def. Rush-Johnson. SM Miege. 6-3.6-4; Ritchie-Wilkins. Wichita Kapaun, del. Brown-Schlorholtz, Independence. 61. 6-4; Lamb-Hoffman. Salina Central, def. R. Monley-McCarthy, SM Aquinas. 6-0. 6-4. Note: Semifinals and finals today, starting at 10a.m. Golf PGA COLONIAL FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Scores Friday after the second round of the S2.3 million Mas- terCard Colonial, played on the 7,010-yard, par- 70 Colonial Country Club course: Harrison Frazar 64-67—131 Mark Calcavecchia 68-65—133 Kenny Perry 68-65—133 JimFuryk 66-67—133 Steve Flesch 68-66—134 Jelf Sluman 67-67—134 Tom Watson 68-66—134 PhilBlackmar 66-68—134 John Cook 68-66—134 Rocco Mediate 67-68—135 BradFabel 67-68—135 Tommy Armour III 70-65—135 David Ogrin 71-64—135 Doug Martin 67-69—136 Bruce Lietzke 67-69—136 Clark Dennis 68-68—136 Brian Henninger Dan Foreman Dan Pohl Jerry Kelly David Duval Lanny Wadkins Frank Nobilo Brandel Chamblee Craig Parry Kirk Triplet! David Frost Scotl McCarron Stuart Appleby Lee Rmker Fulton Allem Glen Day Steve Jones Jim Gallagher BobTway Jim Carter Corey Pavin John Huston Tom Kite Gabnel Hjertstedt Scott Verplank Steve Lowery Joey Sindelar Rck Fehr Skip Kendall Brent Geiberger Peter Jacobsen Jay Don Blake Robert Damron Dave Stockton. Jr. Len Mattiace Stewart Cink David Toms Justin Leonard Dudley Hart Kevin Sutherland Neal Lancaster H.W. Eaks Mike Brisky •Payne Stewart Scott Hoch Fred Funk Billy Andrade Nick Price Blaine McCallister 70-66— 136 69-67—136 70-66—136 67-69—136 66-70—136 66-71—137 69-68—137 68-69—137 68-69—137 69-63-137 68-69—137 70-67—137 68-69—137 69-68—137 69-69—138 72-66—138 69-69—138 69-69—138 67-71—138 67-72—139 73-66—139 70-69—139 69-70—139 7M9— 139 70-69—139 70-69—139 69-70—139 70-69—139 68-71—139 70-69—139 69-70—139 72-68—140 74-66—140 71-69—140 71-69—140 68-72—140 71-69—140 68-72—140 69-71—140 69-71—140 67-73—140 70-70—140 68-72—140 67-73—140 75-65—140 71-69—140 71-69—140 69-71—140 Basketball NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 16 Utah 112, LA Lakers 77 Sunday, May 17 Chicago 85, Indiana 79 Monday. May 18 Utah 99. LA Lakers 95. Utah leads series 2-0 Tuesday, May 19 Chicago 104. Indiana 98, Chicago leads series 2-0 Friday, May 22 Utah 109, LA Lakers 98, Utah leads series 3-0 Saturday, May 23 Chicago at Indiana. 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, May 24 Utah at LA Lakers, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Softball High school 1-70 ALL-LEAGUE First team Pitchers — Sara Mitchell, sr., Salina South; Shana Hill. sr.. Manhattan Catchers — Ashley Wilson, sr., Salina Central; Jess Blubaugh, |r.. Manhattan Infielders — Jamie Conrad, sr., Manhattan; Jessica Watson, sr., Salina South; Maria Cuevas. sr., Topeka High; Leah Wahlgren, jr., Salina South; Bre Huff, so., Topeka High. Outfielders — Katie Benton. jr.. Manhattan; Ricky Cervera. sr., Junction City; Staci Conrad, so., Manhattan; Andrea Heinrich. sr., Salina South." Utility — Erin Pierce, fr.. Topeka West; Megan Skinner, sr.. Topeka High. Second team Pitchers — Kelley Upshaw. so., Junction City; Jacey Gore, sr., Topeka High. Catchers — Dena Boiler, sr., Junction City; Tonja Risener. fr.. Junction City. Infielders — Megan Marn, sr., Manhattan; Andrea Willey, jr.. Salina Centra; Tiffany Asbury, jr., Junction City; Kelly Malstrom, so., Topeka West. Outfielders — Kendra William, sr., Topeka High; Keri Cervera, so.. Junction City; Tai Kerbs, sr., Salina South. Utility — Danielle Fairchild. so.. Manhattan; Katie Graham, jr.. Salina South. CLASS 4A REGIONAL At Council Grove Semifinals Chapman 2. Council Grove 1 Abilene 6. Nickerson 1 Championship Chapman 5. Abilene 1 STATE PAIRINGS Pairings for the Kansas state high school softball tournaments starting May 29: CLASS 6A At Wichita Friday, May 29 Field A: 5 p.m. — Manhattan. 14-8. vs. Olathe East. 22-0; 7 p.m. — Olathe South, 18-4, vs. Derby, 18-3. Field B: 5 p.m. — Garden City, 146. vs. Wichita Northwest. 21-0; 7 p.m. — Topeka Washbum Rural. 16-6. vs. SM Northwest, 184. Saturday, May 30 11 a.m. — Manhattan-Olathe East winner vs. Olathe South-Derby winner; Garden City-Wichita Northwest winner vs. Topeka Washburn Rura!-SM Northwest winner. 1 p.m. — Consolation, Field B. 2 p.m. — Championship, Field A. CLASS SA At Salina Friday, May 29 Field A: 5 p.m. — Independence. 8-12, vs. Salina South. 20-2: 7 p.m. — Wichita Carroll. 18-4. vs. Shawnee Heights. 18-4. Field B: 5 p.m. — St. Thomas Aquinas, 15-7, vs. Maize, 20-2:7 p.m. — Great Bend. 17-5. vs. Arkansas City. 184. Saturday, May 30 11 a.m. — Independence-Salina South winner vs. Wichita Carroll-Shawnee Heights winner; Aquinas-Maize winner vs. Great Bend-Arkansas City winner. 1 p.m. — Consolation. Field B. 2 p.m. — Champonship. Field A. CLASS 4A At Manhattan To be announced. CLASS 3A At Topeka Friday, May 29 Field A: 5 p.m. — Osage City, 6-10. vs. Mission Valley. 19-3; 7 p.m. — Lyons. 15-7, vs. Riverton, 15-7. Field B: 5 p.m. — Hoismgton, 10-12, vs. St. Marys, 18-3:7 p.m. — Caney .1111. vs. Wichita Collegiate, 16-4. Saturday, May 30 11 a.m. — Osage City-Mission Valley winner vs. Lyons-Riverton winner; Hoisington-St. Marys winner vs. Caney-Collegiate winner. 1 p.m. — Consolation. Field B. 2 p.m. — Championship, Reid A. CLASS 2-1A At Emporia Friday, May 29 Field A: 5 p.m. — Inman, 5-11, vs. Elkhart, 141; 7 p.m. — Salina Sacred Heart. 14-5. vs. Oswego, 15-4. Field B: 5 p.m. — Rossville, 10-9, vs. Elk Valley, 19-2; 7 p.m. — Frontenac. 15-7, vs. Udall. 17-4. Saturday, May 30 11 a.m. — Inman-Elkhart winner vs. Sacred Heart-Oswego winner; RossviHe-Elk Valley winner vs. Frontenac-Udall winner. 1 p.m. — Consolation, Field B. 2 p.m. — Championship, Field A. Recreation SPR MEN'S SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL League 1 — Big Donkeys 7. Great Plains Fabrication 3; Commerical Electric 6, Dynasty 3; Craw's Nest Stallions 7, Exide 0. League 10 — Kenison Liquor/Car Shoppe 15, Waldo Warriors 10; Bud Light 15, Paramount Bar 5; AMBUCS 13, Peacock Lounge 3. League 11 — Ludes Plumbing 7, Outrageous Paintball 4; Exide 110, Edy's Ice Cream/McDonald's 5; Perry's Retail Liquor 15, Ball Bangers 10. League 12 — Doug Bradley Trucking 16, Philips Lighting 6; Crank It 18, Rapid Lawn 7; Tony's 13. Smoky Hill ANG Range 8. WOMEN'S SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL League 5 — Boomer's Sports Bar 11, Formerly Bouncers 10; B&K Prescription Shop 14, Salina Sports Medicine 7; Kinnet 13, Kin Folks 3. Hockey 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) HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD REGIONALS High school regionals CLASS SA At Salina Stadium BOYS Team scores Hays 103, Salina South 92, Salina Central 86, Buhler 81, Topeka Seaman 57, Great Bend 52, McPherson 47, Topeka West 38. Individual results • Discus - 1. Butler, SS, 152-3; 2. Hert, H, 149-5; 3. Shaver, H, 140-1; 4. Lewis, TW, 133-6. High Jump - 1. Kanitz, M, 6-4; 2. Hale, M, 6-2; 3. Polk, TW. 6-0; 4. Dewell, H, 6-0. Javelin - 1. Johnston, TW, 169-7; 2. Ross, SS, 167-8; 3. Krug. SC, 164-6; 4. Cochran. TS, 164-5. Long jump -1. Newman. SC, 21-9'/.; 2. Moore, H. 215'.; 3. Pledger, TW, 20-9'i; 4. Jackson. SS, 20-71'.. . Pole vault - 1. Slites, M, 12-9; 2. Cikanek, B, 12-6; 3. Brungardt, H, 12-3; 4. Hoffman, B, 12-3. Shot put - 1. Butler, SS. 56-2'i; 2. Hert, H, 51-0^'.; 3. Martin, B, 50-10; 4. Shaver, H, 50-9. Triple |ump - 1. Jackson, SS, 42-2V.; 2. Zahn, B, 417; 3. Meier. TS. 41-5'i; 4. Schroeder, GB, 41-2V.. 100m dash -1. Newman. SC, 10.4; 2. Moore, H, 10.8; 3. Young, SS, 11.0; 4. Lawrence, SC. 11.1. 110m hurdles - 1. Goeri, B, 15.5; 2. Mitchell, H, 15.5; 3. Insley, H, 15.7; 4. Garcia. TW, 15.8; 5. Bishop, SC, 15.9; 6. Peoples. SS. 16,2 200m dash - 1. Newman. SC. 21.4; 2. Moore, H, 21.8; 3. Young. SS, 22.6; 4. Swanson, B, 22.6. 300m hurdles - 1. Slites, M. 40.5; 2. Crane. GB. 40.7; 3. Young, SC. 41.3; 4. Maska. H, 41.4. 400m dash - 1, Newman. SC, 50.4; 2. Augusiine. H. 51.8; 3. Rommger. SS. 52.5; 4. Bates, TS, 52.7. 800m run - 1. Williamson, B, 1:59.5; 2. Moos, SC, 1:59.5; 3. Schom. SC, 1:59.7; 4. Ebert, SS. 2:01.2. 1,600m run - 1. Vawter, TS. 4:30.0; 2. Moos, SC, 4:33.3; 3. Lamia, SS, 4:34.9; 4. Sullivan, GB, 4:37.6. 3,200m run - 1. Vawter. TS. 9:59.7; 2. Bartles, GB, 10:16.9; 3. Davis, B. 10:18.7; 4. Parr, GB, 10:19.6; 5. Muth. SS. 10:40.2. 400m relay - 1. Hays, 43.3; 2. Salina South, 43.3; 3. Buhler, 43.8; 4. McPherson, 43.8. 1,600m relay - 1. Salina South, 3:27.5; 2. Great Bend, 3:2B.1; 3. Buhler, 3:28.8; 4. Hays, 3:29.3. 3,200m relay - 1. Topeka Seaman. 8:16.2; 2. Great Bend. 8:16.5; 3. Salina Central. 8:27.5; 4. McPherson, 8:33.1:6. Salina South. 9:40.3. GIRLS Team scares Buhler 103. McPherson 102, Great Bend 90, Salina Central 65. Hays 53, Topeka Seaman 47, Topeka West 35. Salina South 32. Individual results Discus - 1. Carter. GB, 141-0; 2. Powell, SC, 131-5; 3. Hartig. GB, 118-7:4. Miller, B. 116-4: 5. StarJet SS 1161 High |ump - 1. Schraeder. B. 5-4; 2. Robinson. H. 5-2; 3. (tie) Banker. B. and Johnson. TS. 5-0. Javelin- 1 Komarek.GB, 138-9: 2. Barrow. M, 128-1: 3. Roomson, H, 121-3:4. James, M. 120-3: 5. Powell Sc' 117-6. Long jump - 1 T.Williams. SC, 17-5'.: 2 Chartier, M, 17-3'..; 3. Hoffman, H. 16-7'j, 4. Baieno. B. 16-4',, Shot put - 1. Carter, GB, 39-11: 2, Sladel. SS. 38-10 1/2; 3. Hartig. GB. 38-3'i; 4 Barrow, M. 37-7', Triple jump - 1. T.Williams. SC. 36-0, 2 Harman H 34-8'.; 3. Shields. B, 34-4; 4. Robinson, H, 34-3 ; , 100m dash - 1. West. TW, 12.6: 2. Ciarta. B. 12.7 3 Raya, B, 13.0; 4. Strecker, H. 13 2. 100m hurdles- I.Baldwin. M. 15.3: 2. Baker, B 1553. Robinson. H. 156: 4. Chronister. SS. 164 6 Bixby SS. 16.8 200m dash - 1. Frost. SC. 25.9; 2. Butler. GB 26 5 3 Lamott, TS, 26.6; 4. Raya, B. 26.9. 300m hurdles - 1. Baldwin, M, 47 9.2. James. M, 48.8; 3. Baker, B, 49.2; 4. McClendon, TS, 49 7 6 Chromsler SS. 50.5. 400m dash - I. Mans, B. 59.0; 2 Strode, TW, 59.3; 3 J.Williams, SC, 1:00.0; 4. Slrecker. H. 1:00 3. 800m run - 1. Burrell. TS, 2:24.1; 2. Pederson. M. 2:24.3; 3. Reif, GB, 2:25.2; 4. Thurman. GB. 2:25.8; 5. Pratt, SS, 2:28.6; 6. J.Williams, SC, 2:34.1 1,600m run - 1. Burrell. TS, 5:24.7; 2. Pederson. M, 5:29.0; 3. Davis, TW. 1.36.2; 4 Dunn. GB. 5:39.5; 5 Ross. SS. 5:58.3. 3,200m run - 1. Dunn. GB. 12:29.5; 2. Stever, M, 12:37.0; 3. Schroeder, B, 12:45.6; 4. Davis. TW. 12:51.7; 5. McCumber, SS, 13:00.2. . 400m relay - 1. Buhler. 50.5; 2. McPherson. 50.9; 3. Salina Cenlral, 51.4; 4. Hays, 52.1; 5. Salina South. 52.5. 1,600m relay - 1. Salina Central, 4:07.0; 2. Buhler. 4:07.9; 3. McPherson, 4:10.2; 4. Topeka Seaman. 4:10.9. 3,200m relay - 1. Great Bend, 10:12.20; 2. Salina South. 10:27.3; 3. Buhler, 10:38.8; 4. McPherson, 10:44.6; 5. Salina Central, 11:02.8. CLASS 2A At Onaga BOYS Team scores Washington 120, Clifton-Clyde 77. Canton-Galva 69, Wabaunsee 62, Wathena 59, Jeff North42, Valley Heights 24, Valley Falls 19, Goessel 17, Moundridge 17. Onaga 16, Troy 15, Jackson Heights 11, Ell-Saline 8, Rossville 2. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Kruse, Washington. 15.7; 2. Stoppel, Washington, 16.0; 3. Unrau, Goessel, 16.3; 4. Roth, Wabaunsee, 17.3. 300m hurdles — 1. Janzen, Canton-Galva, 42.2; 3. Baker, Washington, 42.3; 3. Kruse, Washington, 43.0; 4. Muchow. Ell-Saline, 43.9. 100m dash — 1. Zeller, Wabaunsee, 11.3; 2. Gibbs, Washington, 11.3; 3. Chavey, Clifton-Clyde, 11.4; 4. Crane, Canton-Galva, 11.5. 200m dash — 1. Chavey, Clifton-Clyde. 23.2; 2. Zeller, Wabaunsee, 23.6; 3. Gibbs, Washington, 23.6; 4. Crane, Canton-Galva, 23.7. 400m dash — 1. Gibbs, Washington, 52.0; 2. Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde, 52.1; 3. Zeller, Wabaunsee, 52.2; 4. Newton, Wathena, 52.7. BOOm run — 1. Noll, Jeff North, 2:03.0; 2. Heuertz, Valley Falls, 2:05.0; 3. Anderson, Canton-Galva, 2:05.5; 4. McCrory, Wathena. 2:06.7. 1,600m run — 1. Heuertz, Valley Falls, 4:38.7; 2. Nicholl, Jeff North, 4:40.7; 3. Oney, Wabaunsee, 4:41.2; 4. Cutting. Moundridge, 4:43.7. 3,200m run — 1. Cuffling, Moundridge, 10:21.0; 2. Oney. Wabaunsee, 10:32.6; 3. Nicholl, Jeff North, 10:35.3; 4. Wabaunsee, 10:41.4. 1,600m relay — 1. Clifton-Clyde, 3:34.8; 2. Wathena. 3:36.6; 3. Jeff North, 3:41.2; 4. Canton-Galva, 3:41.3. 3,200m relay — 1. Wathena, 8:34.2; 2. Goessel, 8:39.0; 3. Wabaunsee, 8:39.7; 4. Jeff North, 8:41.1. Shot put — 1. Anderson, Cliflon-Clyde. 48-2%; 2. Nightengale, Canlon-Galva, 46-10; 3. Williams, Valley Heights, 46-3Vi; 4. Fairfield, Jackson Heights, 44-11. Discus — 1. Williams, Valley Heights, 152-1; 2. Walter, Washington, 140-4; 3. Sibley, Canton-Galva, 136-0; 4. Cormier, Jackson Heights, 134-1. High jump — 1. Kruse, Washington, 6-4; 2. Clary. Troy, 6-2; 3. Beeson, Clifton-Clyde, 6-0; 4. Windholz, Ell- Saline, 6-0. Long jump — 1. Ross, Onaga, 20-6; 2. Helms. Canton-Galva. 19-10Vi; 3. Kruse, Washington, 19-9VI; 4. Jarrett. Troy. 19-8%. Triple jump — 1. Ginavan, Wabaunsee, 43-5; 2. Koehn, Canton-Galva, 42-5Vi; 3. Stoppel, Washington. 39-2?i; 4. Beeson. Clifton-Clyde, 39-2. Javelin — 1. Drake. Wathena, 173-11; 2. Schwartz. Washington. 165-6; 3. Bechard, Clifton-Clyde, 158-9; 4. Stemfort. Valley Heights, 153-9. Pole vault — 1. Baker, Washington, 13-0; 2. Kietfer, Clifton-Clyde, 12-6; 3. Bauman, Wathena. 12-6; 4. Nieman, Jeff North, 12-6. 400m relay — 1. Clifton-Clyde. 45.1; 2. Canton-Galva, 45.1; 3. Wathena, 46.2; 4. Washington. 46.4. GIRLS Team scores Clifton-Clyde 97, Washington 78, Moundridge 76, Jackson Heights 54. Rossville 50. Valley Heights 40, Wathena 34, Troy 32, Jeff North 30, Goessel 10, Onaga 8, Valley Falls 8, Ell-Saline 7, Wabaunsee 2. Canton-Galva 1. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Holloway, Moundridge. 15.6; 2. Bowser, Jackson Heights, 15.7; 3. Campbell, Troy, 15.7: 4. Schmitz, Jackson Heights, 16.4 300m hurdles — 1. Bowser. Jackson Heights. 47.3:2. Moddelmog, Moundridge, 49.1; 3. Campbell, Troy, 50.2; 4. Mitchell, Rossville, 50.5. 100m dash —1. Reddick. Rossville, 13.0; 2. Bauman, Wathena. 13.0; 3. Tremblay, Clilton-Clyde, 13.1; 4. Charbonneau, Clifton-Clyde, 13.3. 200m dash — 1. Bauman. Wathena. 27.0; 2. Charbonneau. Clifton-Clyde. 27.5; 3. Lytle. Rossville. 27.5; 4. Bowser. Jackson Heights. 27.7; 6. Marshall, Ell-Saline, 28,9. 400m dash — 1. Peters. Goessel. 1:02.0; 2. Baskerville. Washington, 1:04.5; 3. White, Ell-Saline, 1:04.8; 4. Childs. Jackson Heights, 1:05.2. Note to readers A complete list of regional results for Classes 5A through 1A will appear in Sunday's Salina Journal. 800m run — 1. Koehn. Moundridge, 2:27.5; 2. Hodgson, Washington, 2:29.6; 3. Roth, Rossville, 2:34.3; 4. Froelich, Rossville. 2:35.0. 1,600m run — 1. Koehn, Moundridge. 5:31.7; 2. Froelich, Rossville, 5:34.7; 3. Hodgson. Washington. 5:37.3; 4. Boeh, Troy, 5:41.3. 3,200m run — 1. Koehn, Moundridge, 12:41.5; 2. Uhlrich, Washington, 12:43.6; 3. Kantack, Clifton-Clyde, 12:49.8; 4. Oslrander. Jeff North, 13:00.1. 400m relay — 1. Clifton-Clyde, 52.1; 2. Washington, 52.1; 3. Wathena, 54.1; 4. Valley Heights. 54.2 1,600m relay — 1. Moundridge, 4:19.1; 2. Washington, 4:32.5; 3. Jeff North. 4:31.4; 4. Wathena, 4:31.6. 800m relay — 1. Clilton-Clyde, 1:50.1; 2. Washington, 1:51.8; 3. Valley Heights, 1:55.3; 4. Jeff North, 1:55.8. Shot put — 1. Palmaleer, Valley Heighls. 37-9Vi; 2. McCarren. Clifton-Clyde, 34-6 >1; 3. Ouellette, Washington. 33-9Vi; 4. Junod. Jackson Heighls, 32-3'«. Discus — 1. McCarren, Clifton-Clyde. 123-8; 2. Leek, Washington. 121-9; 3. Palmateer, Valley Heights, 119-2; 3. Leduc, Clifton-Clyde, 99-11. High jump — 1. Davis. Jeff North, 5-2; 2. Darveaux, Valley Falls, 5-2; 3. Euler. Wathena. 5-2; 4. Schrag, Moundridge, 5-2. Long jump — 1. Bowman. Cliflon-Clyde, 17-1 Vi; 2. Childs, Jackson Heights. 16-1112: 3. Holloway. Moundridge, 16-8Vi; 4. Reddick. Hossville, 16-6. Triple jump — 1. Childs. Jackson Heights, 34-7; 2. Bowman, Clifton-Clyde, 34-6 V>; 3. Holloway. Moundridge, 337 W; 4. Campbell. Troy. 32-9',!. Javelin — 1. Palmateer, Valley Heighls, 122-5; 2. Lervold, Clifton-Clyde, 115-0; 3. King, Onaga. 112-3; 4. Kinsey, Troy, 110-3. CLASS 3A At Smith Center BOYS Team scores Not provided by meel manager. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Carter, Oakley, 14.9; 2. Grandclair, Hoisington, 15.8; 3. Belts. SE Saline. 15.9: 4. Stewart. Smith Center, 16.0. 300m hurdles — 1. Carter, Oakley, 40.8; 2. Thurston. Minneapolis. 41.3: 3. Wittfong, Norton, 41.4: 4. Bells. SE Saline, 41.4. 100m dash — 1. Dickson. SE Saline, 10.9; 2. Wilson. Oakley, 10.9; 3. Pruden, Smith Center, 11.1: 4. Farringlon Smith Center, 11.2. 200m dash — 1. Dckson, SE Saline. 22.3; 2. Prosser, Ellmwood, 22.5; 3. Pruden. Smith Center, 22.7; 4. Farnng- ton. Hoisington. 23.0. 400m dash — 1. Carter. Oakley. 49.9; 2. Dickson. SE Saline, 51.5; 3. Broeckelman, Oakley. 51.8: 4. Wren. Belleville, 52.4. 800m run — 1. Burgess, Smith Center. 2:04,2; 2. Jacobs. Phillipsburg, 2:04.2; 3. Pavkov, SE Saline. 2:08.3; 4. Rose. Oakley, 2:11.4. 1,600m run — 1. Andereck, Hoisington, 4:46.2; 2. Franco. Lakin. 4:50.1; 3. Craig, SE Saline, 4:52.9: 4. Hoops. Belleville. 4:54.5. 3,200m run — 1. Kendall, Phillipsburg. 10:22.1; 2. Craig. SE Saline, 10:31.9: 3. Andereck. Hoisington. 10:32.2; 4. Hoops. Belleville, 10:35.6. 400m relay — 1. Hoisington, 43.9:2. Smith Center. 44.0: 3. Minneapolis, 44.8; 4. Oakley. 44.9. 1,600m relay — 1. Oakley. 3:28.8; 2. Ho,smglon. 3:31.8; 3. Smith Center, 3:33.4; 4. Minneapolis, 3:33.7. 3,200m relay — 1. Smith Center. 8:40.5: 2. Phillipsburg. 8:46.6; 3. Oakley. 9:07.4; 4. Cimarron. 9:09.6. Shot put — 1. Philpol. Norton, 51-9 : 4; 2. Tharp, Smilh Center, 49-11; 3. Montgomery. Smith Center. 49-10'j; 4. Eberie, Trego, 49-7. Discus — 1. Philpot, Norton, 153-10; 2. Gwennap, 1476; 3. Rensink. Minneapolis. 142-3; 4. Dennis, Oakley, 1419. High jump — 1. Sana. Smrth Cenler, 6-4, 2 Baalman. Oakley. 6-2; 3. (tie) Steiner. Oakley 4 Hommon, Smith Cen- ter, 6-2. Long jump — 1. Ziegler, Trego, 21-5 3 .'«; 2. Barta. Smith. Center, 21-3: 3. Fytle. Hoisington, 20-8%: 4. Wil- ' son, Oakley, 20-4. Triple jump — 1. Fyfle, Hoisington, 42-9; 2. Broeckelman, Oakley, 42-0; 3. Barta, Smith Center, 41-8>1; 4. Ziegler. Trego. 41-7Vi. Javelin — 1. Siemsen, Belleville, 179-6; 2. Schwarz, SE Saline, 177-1; 3. Zerr, Oakley, 176-7; 4. Huncovsky, Belleville, 167-0. Pole vault — 1. Schmidt, Hoisington. 13-0; 2. Schneider, Hoisington, 13-0; 3. Jennings, Phillipsburg, 13-0; 4. Pound. Lyorjs; 1 : 2-6. • ' ' ' '*- . GIRLS Team scores Not provided by meet manager. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Cox, Norton, 15.2; 2. Jennings, Lakin, 15.5; 3. Charbonneau, Phillipsburg, 16.0; 4. Anderson. Phillipsburg, 16.2. 300m hurdles — 1. Jennings, Lakin, 47.2; 2. Schneider, Hoisington, 47.2; 3. Cox, Norton, 47.5; 4. Hladek. Trego. 49.0. 100m dash — 1. Kuhn, Smith Center. 12.4; 2. Milum. Minneapolis. 12.8; 3. Schneider, Hoisington, 12.9; 4. Reed, Lakin, 13.2, 200m dash — 1. Kuhn. Smith Center. 25.7; 2. Milum, Minneapolis, 26.6; 3. Reed, Lakin, 26.6; 4. Schneider, Hoisington, 27.1. 400m dash — 1. Reed, Lakin, 1:00.6; 2. Milum. Minneapolis, 1:00.7; 3. Huncovsky, Oakley, 1:01.1; 4. Banda. Holcomb, 1:02.5. 800m run — 1. Coles, Cimarron, 2:31.4; 2. Huncovsky. Oakley, 2:32.9; 3. Doubek, Cimarron, 2:36.3; 4. Jackson, SE Saline, 2:37.60. 1,600m run — 1. Walter, Norton, 5:40.3; 2. Dykstra, Lakin. 5:43.0; 3. Jackson. SE Saline, 5:48.0; 4. Hurley, Belleville, 5:57.1. 3,200m run — 1. Walter, Norton, 12:29.6; 2. Knobbe, Cimarron, 12:31.9; 3. Brady. SE Saline, 12:40.8; 4. Dykstra, Lakin, 12:46.1. 400m relay — 1. Hoisington, 50.9; 2. Smith Cenler, 51.0; 3. Trego, 51.6:4. Oakley, 52.7. 1,600m relay — 1, Oakley, 4:14.1; 2. Cimarron, 4:16.1; 3. Hoisington, 4:18.1; 4. Smith Center, 4:20.1. 3,200m relay — 1. Cimarron, 10:12.9; 2. Oakley, 10:13.0; 3. Hoisington, 10:33.1; 4. Smith Center, 10:35.5. Shot put — 1. Finch, Smith Cenler, 36-',i; 2. Hall, Lakin, 35-1 Hi; 3. Ade. SE Saline. 35-2V 4 ; 4. Hansen, Belleville. 34-44 ft. Discus — 1. Ado. SE Saline, 114-8; 2. Hall, Lakin, 1085: 3. Christiansen, Ellmwood, 103-0; 4. Rhodes, Norton. 101-6. High jump — 1. Cox. Norton, 5-0; 2. (tie) Elwood, Ober- 1m & Vogel, Phillipsburg, 5-0; 4. Malsam, Trego, 4-10. Long jump — 1. Jennings. Lakin, 15-9; 2. Anderson. Phillipsburg. 15-5Vi: 3. Cook, Oberlin, 15-1 ?;; 4. Perez, Lakin. 14-10. Triple Jump — 1. Jennings, Lakin, 35-4 3 .: 2. Hladek, Trego. 33-9 ',-; 3. Dreiling. Holcomb. 33-5'.i; 4. Anderson, Phillipsburg, 32-10'i. Javelin — 1. Williams. Norton, 128-7; 2. Ade. SE Saline, 124-11; 3. One. Phillipsburg. 114-2; 4. Alefs, Ellmwood. 113-9. CLASS 1A REGIONAL At Emporia State University BOYS Team scores Burrton 87. Madison 47, Little River 42, Lebo 41. Waverly 36. Uarais des Cygnes 34, Colony-Crest 31, Oswego 29. Hope 24, Central Christian 24, South Haven 22, Williamsburg 21. Sacred Heart 20. St. Paul 19, Lefloy 16, Flinthills 16, Centre 15, Kansas School for the Deal 10, Hamilton 8, Chetopa 7, Thayer 4. White City 1. Individual results 110m hurdles— 1. Dreiling, Waverly. 15.2; 2. Blubaugh. Colony-Crest 154: 3 Branom. Madison. 16.0; 4. Evins. Lebo, 16.6. 300m hurdles — 1. Blubaugh, Colony-Crest, 42.4; 2. Dreiling. Waverly, 42.4: 3. Ervm. Waverly. 43.2; 4. Branom. Madison. 44.2 100m dash — I Crager. St. Paul. 11.1; 2. Hughes, Hamilton, 11.2: 3. Cnqui. MDC, 11.2; 4. Harris, KSD. 11.4. 200m dash — 1. Cnqui. MDC. 23.5:2. Crager. St. Paul, 23.7: 3. Bailey. Central Christian, 23.8: 4. Driver. Wiltems- Ourg. 239 400m dash — 1. Bailey. Cenlral Christian. 51.8; 2. Burk- ooll. MDC. 52.5; 3. Fmdley, Burrton. 52.6:4. Hughes. Thayer. 54.4, 800m run — 1 Smith. Burrton. 2:02,0: 2. Fuller, Oswego, 2 03.9. 3 Cavitt. Oswego. 2:05.6: 4 Thompson, Colony- CresL 2:09.1. 1,600m run — 1. Smith. Burrton. 4:45.5; 2. Day, South Haven, 4:48.1; 3. Peters, Lebo, 4:48.2; 4. Ellwood, Little River, 4:51.3. 3,200m run — 1. Smith, Burrton, 10:30.6; 2. Rodina. Williamsburg, 10:38.6; 3. Kennedy, Madison, 10:49.2; 4. Stinebaugh. Williamsburg, 11:02.2. 400m relay — 1. Marais des Cygnes, 46.0; 2. Sacred Heart, 46.3; 3. LeRoy, 46.4; 4. Hope, 46.9. 1,600m relay — 1. Burrton, 3:37.5; 2. South Haven, 3:38.0; 3. Lebo, 3:38.4; 4. Central Christian. 3:40.1; 5. Sacred Heart, 3;43.9. .3,2QOm relay -•* Oswego, 8:37.3; 2. Burrton, 8:42.0; 3. Lebo, 8:43.7; 4. Central Christian, 8:48.5. Shot put — 1. Johnson. Burrton, 5W14; 2. Cordell, Little River, 48-0 Vi; 3. Barker. Colony-Crest, 46-8; 4. Bametl, KSD, 44-8. Discus — 1. Johnson. Burrton, 159-6; 2. Cordell, Little River. 148-10; 3. Rochelle, Little Rrver, 133-4; 4. Hudson, Madison, 131-4. High jump — 1. Chnstiansen, Lebo, 6-6; 2. Cheever, Madison. 6-2; 3. Allen, Madison, 6-0; 4. McCammon, Wa- verty, 6-0. Long jump — 1. Ryan, Sacred Heart, 20-9; 2. Brunner. Centre, 20-8; 3. Dennis, Flinthills. 20-6'i; 4. Wnitehurst. Madison, 20-6. Triple jump — 1. Fischer, LeRoy. 42-5; 2. Brockmeier. Hope. 42-3; 3. Dennis, Flinthills, 40-9"?; 4. Whitehurst, Madison, 39-10. Javelin — 1. Riedy. Hope, 179-2; 2. Rochelle, Little River, 178-0; 3. Mayfield. Chetopa, 173-4; 4. Howie, Little River, 172-8. * Pole vault — 1. Manche. Burrton. 13-3; 2. Dreiling, Wa- verty, 12-6; 3. Lane, Lebo, 12-6; 4. Howard, Williamsburg, 11-6. GIRLS Team scores Madison 65. Williamsburg 60, Utle River 57, Colony Crest 46, South Haven 39, LeRoy 34, Lebo 30, Marais des Cygnes 30, Centre 27, Burrton 22, Hamilton 20, Sacred Heart 20, Central Christian 18, Oswego 13, Cedar Vale 10. Waverly 9, Kansas School for the Deal 6, Flinthills 5, Hope 4. St. Paul 4, White City 3, Dexter 2, Thayer 2, Gridley 1. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. McClain, Madison, 15.7; 2. Thach, Burrton, 16.8; 3. Hiben. Oswego, 16.8; 4. Gillespie, Lebo, 17.3 300m hurdles — 1. McClain. Madison, 48.4; 2. Oswalt, Little River, 49.2; 3. Hiben. Oswego, 49.4; 4. Cope. Lebo, 49.7. 100m dash — 1. Bedenbender, LeRoy, 12.6; 2. Blubaugh, Colony-Crest, 12.6; 3. Halterman, Centre, 13.0; 4. Crager, St. Paul. 13.3. 200m dash — 1. Morris, Williamsburg, 26.4; 2. Bedenbender, LeRoy, 26.7; 3. Blubaugh, Colony Crest, 27.1; 4. Hatterman, Centre, 28.0 400m dash — 1. Bedenbender, LeRoy, 59.7; 2. Mitchell, Little River, 1:01.6; 3. Ryan, Sacred Heart. 1:02.5; 4. Burke. Hamilton, 1:05.6. BOOm run — 1. Ellwood, Little River, 2:34.0; 2. Ellis. Cedar Vale. 2:36.80; 3. Ryan. Sacred Heart, 2:36.8; 4. Lev- enngton. Flinthills. 2:38.3. 1,600m run — 1. Biery, Cenlral Christian, 5:46.6; 2. Silvey, Williamsburg, 5:54.7; 3. Suelter. Sacred Heart, 5:58.0; 4. Owens, Centre, 5:58.4. 3,200m run — 1. Silvey. Williamsburg, 12:13.9; 2. Biery, Central Christian. 12:41.5; 3. Owens. Centre, 13:21.4; 4. McClelland, Madison. 13:33.5; 5. Dye, Sacred Heart, 13:58.4. 400m relay — 1. Madison, 52.5; 2. Colony-Crest. 53.4; 3. Marais des Cygnes, 53.6; 4. Lebo. 54.9. 1,600m relay — 1. Madison. 4:28.3; 2. Lebo. 4:32.3; 3. Waverty, 4:37.3; 4. Marais des Cygnes. 4:38.9. 800m relay — 1. Williamsburg, 1:50.7; 2. Marais des Cygnes, 1:54.6; 3. Lebo. 1:57.5; 4. South Haven, 1:57.7. Shot put — 1. Holomek. Soulh Haven. 34-4 3 i; 2. Rhodes, Colony Crest. 34-2; 3. Newsum, KSD, 33-01;; 4. Talkington, Hamilton. 31-7'2. Discus — 1. Talkington, Hamilton. 109-8; 2. Chavez. Williamsburg, 108-11; 3. Holomek, South Haven, 103-8; 4. Alexander. MDC. 96-10. High jump — 1. Wine, Madison. 5-2; 2. Jackson. South Haven. 5-0; 3. Johnson. South Haven. 5-0; 4. Rhodes, Colony-Crest, 4-10. Long jump — 1. Danner. Burrton, 17-9 J j; 2. Mitchell, Little River, 16-11; 3. Hatterman. Centre. 16-7%: 4 Allison MDC, 16-3'4. Triple jump — 1. Cordell, Little River, 34-5';: 2. Wine, Madison. 33-10'.?; 3. Reichard. Williamsburg, 33-6; 4. Danner, Burrton, 33-3'.-. Javelin — i. Prose, Little River, 144-10; 2. Rhodes. Colony-Crest, 130-2; 3. Chavez. Williamsburg, 127-8; 4. Ellis, LeRoy, 117-3. SPORTS DIGEST NFL plans to introduce flag football in Mexico By Bloomberg News NEW YORK — The National Football League is starting a flag football program in 30 private elementary and middle schools throughout Mexico City on Monday. The six-week program, known in Spanish as "NFL Tochito," is designed to increase the popularity the sport among Mexico's youth. The , league is conducting a similar program in Hamilj- ton, Ontario, May 31, and plans another for Japan this summer. The NFL expects almost 3,000 boys and girls to participate in the Mexico City pilot program this summer, with a special NFL Tochito exhibition planned at the American Bowl game on Aug. 17 in Mexico City. NFL International hopes to reach 30,000 children when it begins a national flag football program throughout Mexico in September. NFL Tochito is a five-on-five, non-contact program intended to teach the fundamentals of the game. In Hamilton, Ontario, players from the Buffalo Bills and the Canadian Football League's Hamilton Tiger-Cats are scheduled to teach flag football to boys and girls ages 8-14. Baseball BOSTON — Darryl Strawberry was in the New York Yankees starting lineup Friday night after he and pitchers Graeme Lloyd and Jeff Nelson appealed their suspensions for their roles in a brawl Tuesday night with the Baltimore Orioles. Strawberry already had served two of the three games for which he was suspended, but, with Tim Wakefield pitching for the Boston Red Sox, he was the designated hitter in the opener of the three-game series between two of the AL's top three teams. Cycling AUSTIN, Texas — Former world champion cyclist Lance Armstrong said most of the cycling community gave up on him the moment he was diagnosed with testicular cancer in October 1996. On Friday, as he continued his comeback in the Sprint 56K Criterium, his cancer in remission, he had the support of five-time Tour de France winner Miguel Indurain and three-time Tour winner Greg ' LeMond. Both were in town to help Armstrong raise money for cancer research. Indurain, 33, and LeMond, 36, have both retired from pro cycling and were only observers Friday as Armstrong, 26, competed in the criterium through downtown Austin. Today, Indurain and LeMond were to join Armstrong for a non-competitive charity ride. The event, known as the Ride for the Roses, was expected to draw 4,000 cyclists and raise money for the Lance Armstrong Foundation, which helps fund research to fight urological cancers. Football ATLANTA — Coca-Cola has renewed its agreement with the NFL to be its national soft-drink sponsor in a four-year deal worth $4 million a year — not the $36 million the league wanted. At lanta-based Coke had been paying $15 million a year for the rights, but the NFL opened talks in January demanding $36 million a year. The deal illustrates the diminishing value placed on being a sponsor. In five years, the NFL has gone from having eight major sponsors to more than 20, including three soft drinks and two beers. Losing Coke would have been a major blow to the NFL. Other companies, like McDonald's, Cotter's True Value Hardware Stores and Coke rival Pepsi Co., had already balked at the NFL's demand for higher sponsorship fees and left the league. DALLAS — A proposal is in the works to turn the Cotton Bowl into a domed facility. A proposal was presented Thursday to the Dallas Park and Recreation Board in which a non-profit foundation would be given one year to raise construction money and three more years to actually dome the stadium. If approved, the Cotton Bowl Dome Foundation would spend $140 million on renovation that would also include 80 luxury suites, 4,000 club seats and general repair work all over the 60-year-old stadium. Hockey KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Biopsy results on a brain tumor found in Kansas City Blades left winger Bill Armstrong show the growth was be- - nign, the team announced Friday. Armstrong, 31, was diagnosed with the tumor earlier this month during the Blades' second-round playoff series against Long Beach. Doctors at a London, Ontario, hospital cut the tumor May 15 from Armstrong's right frontal lobe, where the tumor had been growing for more than a year and had accumulated cysts and calcium. Armstrong suffered a mild concussion in the first-round playoff series against Utah and later complained of headaches, sleeplessness and neck aches. Tennis TULSA, Okla. — Oklahoma City University claimed its first NAIA national tennis title Friday, clinching it with two singles wins. Paulo Escalona's victory in a long match with Brigham Young-Hawaii's Wie-Yu Su and Alfonso Honrado's upset of top-seeded Ricardo Mena of Flagler helped put the Chiefs out of range with 29 team points. SPORTS HOTLINE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS EMAIL ADDRESSES Bob Davidson (sports editor) Harold Bechard (Big 12 sports) .. Arne Green (high school sports) . Tim Hosteller (copy editor/desk) . Larry Moritz (high school sports) . Troy Palenske (copy editor/desk) . .sjbdavidson@saljournal.com .. .sjhbechard@saljournal.com sjargreen@saljournal.com .. .sjthostener@saljournal.com sjlmoritz@saljoumal.com .. .sjtpalenske@saljoumal.com PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Brown Mackie athlelic 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 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9257 Kansas Sports Hall of Fame (Abilene) 800-696-7403 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 Slate University ticket office 316-978-3267

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free