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B2 TUESDAY. MAY 26, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television today's schedule BASEBALL 6:35 p.m. — Maior League Baseball, Montreal at Atlanta, WTBS, cable 15. HOCKEY 7 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Detroit at Dallas, ES- PN, cable 38. TENNIS 9 a.m. — Tennis, French Open, USA. cable 30. Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division New York Boston Toronto "Tampa Bay Baltimore W 34 29 26 22 22 Central Division Cleveland Minnesota Detroit Chicago Kansas City W 28 22 19 19 18 West Division Texas Snnheim ^eattle 'Oakland w 31 25 23 21 Pet. .773 .604 .520 .449 .440 Pet. .571 .449 .413 .404 .367 Pet. .633 .510 .460 .429 GB 7 11 1414 15 GB GB 6 BV4 10 Carter II 1000 Amarallf 1100 CRpkenSb 4121 RDavlsSb 4024 Wbsterc 3000 DWilsnc 3011 Bordickss 3000 Duceyrf 4100 Rboutetss 1000 Totals 33484 Totall 37121512 Baltimore 002 000 200— 4 Seattle 410 322 OOx—12 E—RDavis (12). DP—Baltimore 1, Seattle 3. LOB—Baltimore 5, Seattle 9. 2B—Cora 2 (10), Griffey Jr 2 (12), EMartinez (17), GHill (12). HR—ByAnderson (5), CRipken (4), ARodrlguez (19). SB—Cora (5), Ducey (1). SF—RDavis, DWilson. IP H RER BB SO Baltimore NRdrozL,0-2 11-3 5 5 5 2 0 Rhodes 2 53332 Munoz 22-3 4 4 4 0 2 Mills 1 00002 Chariton 1 10003 Seattle SwiftW,3-3 6 62221 BWells 1 2-2201 Spoljaric 1 00001 Gajkowski 1 00010 HBP-by Munoz (Ducey). WP—NRodriguez, Chartton. Umpires—Home, Johnson; First, Merrwethen Second, Evans; Third, McCoy. T—2:57. A—28,375 (59,084). Today's schedule TUESDAY, MAY 26 GOLF Class 6A Stale Tourament al Garden City Class 5A State Tournament at Winfield Class 4A Slate Tournament al Hesslon Class 3A State Tournament at Junction City Class 2-1A State Tournament at Salina Municipal G.C. Sand Greens State Tournament al LaCrosse 6:30 p.m. Semi-pro linescore •SALINA 7, OLATHE 6 Salina 600 100 0 — 7 7 1 Olathe 400 100 1 — 6 8 2 WP—Gardner. LP — Ziebell. S — Merritt. 2B — S: Talley; 0: Jorganson. Softball •'•'•• Sunday's results 'Toronto 5| Cleveland 0 ' NY Yankees 14, Boston 4 'Detroit 8, Chicago White Sox 4 "Kansas City 8, Texas 3 Baltimore 2, Oakland 1 "'Seattle 3, Tampa Bay 1 i. Minnesota 9. Anaheim 1 Monday's results "Cleveland?, Detroit 4 'Toronto 7, Boston 5 r Oakland 8, Tampa Bay 2 NY Yankees 12, Chicago White Sox 0 -••Kansas City 6, Anaheim 4 .'Minnesota 9, Texas 3 "Seattle 12, Baltimore 4 Tuesday's games 1 Tampa Bay (Arrojo 6-3) at Oakland (Candiolti 4/4), 2:15 p.m. 'Baltimore (Erickson 4-5) at Seattle (Fassero 5- H 5:35 p.m. ;..Detroit (Worrell 2-5) at Cleveland (Wright 2-3), 6:05 p.m.. ''Toronto (Guzman 2-6) at Boston (Avery 1-0), 6:05 p.m. NY Yankees (Pettille 6-4} al Chicago While fiox (Castillo 1-3), 7:05 p.m. INDIANS 7, TIGERS 4 DETROIT CLEVELAND abrhbl abrhbl 4120 Lofton cl 5011 3000 vlzquel ss 5000 1010 Justice dh 3000 4121 Thome 1b 3110 4011 MRmrz rf 4331 4000 Giles H 2100 4222 SAImrc 3001 4010 Frymn 3b 4121 4010 DaBell 2b 4122 3000 35 4104 BLHntrcf Robertsdh Ctlnottodh Hggnsn ri ToCIrk 1b LGnzIz If Easley 2b Randa3b Bakoc DCruzss Totals Detroit Cleveland Totals NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Atlanta rlewYorX Philadelphia Montreal Florida '/ Houston 'Chicago St. Louis Milwaukee Pittsburgh Cincinnati W 37 26 23 18 17 Central Division Pet. .725 .565 .479 .367 .340 GB Vh 12!* 18 19'A W 31 28 25 23 24 23 Pet. GB .560 .510 .479 .471 .451 West Division W 31 29 25 22 16 Pet. .608 .569 .500 .431 .320 3 S'A 7 7V4 evs GB 33 7 9 6 101 000 101-4 010 103 20x—7 E—ToClark (5). DP—Cleveland 1. LOB—Detroit 4, Cleveland 8.2B—Higginson (12), DaBell (6). HR—Easlsy 2 (14), MRamlrez (6). SB—BL- Hunler (15), Lofton (14), Vizquel (8). CS—BL- Hunter (4). SF—SAIomar. IP H RER BB SO Detroit FCastillo L.2-2 51-3 6 5 5 5 6 Runyan 2-321100 Bochtler 1' 11000 Quran 1 00000 Cleveland NagyW,6-2 7 83301 Mesa 1 10001 MJackson 1 11101 Runyan pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. WP—Bochtler. Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck; First, Barrett; Second, McClelland; Third, Garcia. T—2:44. A—43,342 (43,863). ATHLETICS 8, DEVIL RAYS 2 TAMPA BAY OAKLAND abrhbl 4000 3121 4000 2011 4010 3000 1000 2000 3110 3000 OaMrtzrf McCkncf BoggsSb McGrfftb MKelfyff Srrento dh Flhertyc DiFlcec Ldsma ss Cairo 2b 2 S'A 9 14'A San Diego §an Francisco Los Angeles Colorado Arizona Sunday's results ' Florida 4, Pittsburgh 3 Atlanta 2, Chicago Cubs 1 Cotorado-3, Cincinnati 1 Montreal 5. Philadelphia 4 NY Mets 8. Milwaukee 3 San Francisco 9, SI. Louis 6, 17 innings Arizona 8, Los Angeles 5 Houston 5, San Diego 2 Monday's results Son Francisco 3, Cincinnati 1 Colorado 6, St. Louis 1 Los Angeles 4, Houston 3, 1 0 innings Philadelphia 5, Montreal 3, 14 innings Atlanta 9, Chicago Cubs 5 . Arizona 3, San Diego 2 Tuesday's games NY Mets (Mlicki 1-3) at Florida (Larkin 2-4), G:05 p.m. San Francisco (Rueler 5-3) at Cincinnati (Remlinger 3-5), 6:05 p.m. Montreal (Batista 1-1) at Atlanta (Neagle 6-1), 6:40 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cordova 5-3) at Milwaukee (Karl 52), 7:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Valdes 4-5) at Houston (Reynolds 4-3), 7:05 p.m. San Diego (Brown 3-3) at Arizona (Suppan 14), 9:05 p.m. "American League <• ROYALS 6, ANGELS 4 KANSAS CITY ANAHEIM ' Hndrsn If KAbbotss Bmigalss Grieve rt BfwersSb Bllhom 3b Mcfrinec Stairs dh Spread 2b Voigtlb Chrstns cl Totall H RER BB SD abrhbl 5031 4000 1010 4100 2100 0000 4223 4131 3221 3010 3101 Totals 29 2 5 2 Totall 33 812 7 Tampa Bay 000 001 001—2 Oakland 001 213 10x-S E-Cairo (6). DP—Tampa Bay 2, Oakland 2. LOB—Tampa Bay 3, Oakland 7.2B—McCrack- en (15). HR—Macfaflane 2 (3), Spiezio (6). SB—Henderson (17). S—VolgL SF—McCracken, McGritl. IP Tampa Bay Ruobel L.,0-1 41-3 6 4 3 3 2 Santana 11-34 3 3 0 0 Yan 11-31 1 1 1-1 Mecir 1 10001 Oakland OquistW,1-3 8 41116 Groom 1 11101 HBP-oy Yan (Grieve). WP—Oquist. Umpires—Home, Welke; First, Cederstrom; Second, Brinkman; Third, Cousins. T—2:49. A—13,199 (45,177). YANKEES 12, WHITE SOX 0 NEW YORK CHICAGO Ibrhbl KnblchZb 2310 Bush 2i> 1000 Jsterss 4331 Sojo ss 1000 O'Neill rt 5243 BWIImscf 5234 Strwbrdh 3110 Posadac 5112 Cults II 4000 BrosiusSb 5012 Sveum 1b 5000 3220 DPtrsn p Witlph IRdrgzc Alices II Stevens dh Elslerss Cedenoss FTatis 3b otals 38 912 9 Totall InnesoU exa» E—FTatis (7). DP—Texas 1. LOB—Minnesota 4, Texas 3. 2B—Molilor (9), JvValentin (4), FTatis (4). HR—Shave (1). CS—Shave (2). IP H RER BB SO Minnesota Morgan W.2-1 71-3 5 3 3 0 3 arrasco 2-310001 gullera 1 00001 Texas Oliver 1,2-5 32-3 9 9 6 1 4 evlne 41-3 3 0 0 1 0 Patterson 1 00000 WP—OOliver, Levine. Umpires—Home, McKean; Rrst, Joyce; Sec- nd, Clark; Third.-Hickox. T—2:23. A—30,887(49,166). National League ROCKIES 6, CARDINALS 1 COLORADO ST. LOUIS abrhbl 5120 4031 5111 3100 4100 3013 Mabry 3b 1010 Clayton ss 5000 Lmpkin c 4110" 3110 1011 0000 Drham2b JAbbcM Crdero 1b FThmsdh Belle If Norton 3b Vntura 3b Snopek2b MOrdzrl Cmerond O'Brien c Caruso ss Totalt ibrhbl 2000 1000 4010 2000 2000 1000 3000 1000 4010 4010 4020 4010 32060 . Damon d BffrmnZb Rtorrisdh Palmer 3b Jtdng 1b Coninoll Dyerf Fasanoc .Hallerss abrhbl 5131 3100 5001 3100 4130 2001 3001 3110 4110 32 6 8 4 abrhbl 4000 4120 3100 4120 0000 3114 4000 4020 4000 4000 34 4 7 4 000 050 010-4 400 000 000-4 Erstad If Edm/idcf Salmon dh Fielder 1b Mshore rt GAnosnrl Wlbeckc Shipley 3b Bghmn2b DSrcna ss Totals Totals Kansas City Anaheim tE— Halter (4), Erslad (1), Edmonds (2). DP— Kansas City 1, Anaheim 1. LOB— Kansas City 6, Anaheim 5. 2B-OKing (4), Edmonds (16). HR— GAnderson (4). SB— Olferman (10), JKing (2). CS— Damon (7). SF— Conine, Dye. IP H RER BB SO •'Kansas City Belcher W.3-6 JMtgm S,8 Anaheim KHill L.7-3 Hasegawa Percival . Umpires—Home, Merrill; First, Scott; Second, Phillips; Third, Roe. T—2:30. A—21,065 (45,050). MARINERS 12, ORIOLES 4 BALTIMORE SEATTLE ByAdsnd Hmndsrf BaSnesdh EOavis dh HPImr Ib RAImr2b Sitrhotll! abrhbl 3221 3100 3011 1000 "4011 4020 3000 Cora2b Huson 2b AHdrgz ss GrtyJrcf SeguMb EMrtnzdh GHill II abrhbl 5220 0000 5222 4222 4221 4121 3121 Totals 40121412 New York 600 204 000—12 Chicago 000 000 000— 0 E—Cameron (1), Caruso (10). DP—New York 1, Chicago 2. LOB—New York 6, Chicago 10 2B-O'Neill (14), O'Brien 2 (6). 3B-^leler (4) HR—BWilliams (6).-SB-O'Neill (5), Cameron (5). IP H RER BB SO New York Irabu W.4-0 9 60056 Chicago Navarre L,4-5 1-356520 Fordham 31-3 4 2 2 2 0 TCastillo 21-3 4 4 4 0 0 CCaslillo 1 00003 Simas 2 1001 WP-Navarro. Umpires—Home, Tschida; First, Denkinger Second, Foster; Third, Reed. T—2:37. A—19,812(44,321). TORONTO BLUE JAYS 7, RED SOX 5 BOSTON abrhbl abrhb AGnzlzss 5110 DLewiscf 4010 SGreenrf 5121 Bragg rf 3 1 0 Cnsecolf 4221 MVghn Ib 5110 Stewart d 0000 Jtlrson* 31 1 CDIgdolb 3210 Leyritzdh 0000 Stanley dh 4011 O'Lrylt 4010 Sprgue 3b 4011 JnVntm 3b 3000 Fllcherc 4031 Httbergc 3113 JoCruzcf 4111 varitekc 1000 Grbeck 2b 4000 Bnjmin ss 4120 LemkeJb 3000 Merloni ph 1010 Totall 37 712 6 Totall 34 5 8 5 Toronto 000 230 110—' Boston 000 400 001—J DP—Toronto 1, Boston I. LOB—Toronto ' Boston 7.2B—CDelgado (11), Fletcher (9), Je ferson (8), O'Leary (10), Benjamin (8), Merlo (3). HR—SGreen (9), Canseco (17), JoCruz (3 Hatteberg (5). IP H RER BB SO Toronto HanlgenW,7-3 7 6442 Plesac 2-30002-2 00010 1 0 2 scobar aMyersS,11 11-32 1 Boston Martinez L.5-1 72-312 7 7 1 8 asdln 1-3 0 0 0 0 D arces 1 00002 Escobar pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. n B-Hatteberg. Umpires—Home, RBilly; First, Culbteth; Sec- id, Crafl; Third, O'Nora. T—2:59. A—32,342 (33,925). TWINS 9, RANGERS 3 INNESOTA TEXAS abrhbl aaresss 5111 cklngtl 5111 olilordh 5122 comer Ib 5112 )choa rf 4010 .awtoncf 4100 have3b 4133 WlkerZb 3110 Vntinc enS,11 Cincinnati amisch L.4-1 raves White elinda TGdwind McLmr2b Greerlf Slmmsrf JuGnlz rf Hslman c WCIark 1b Levine p abrhbl 4010 4012 3010 1000 3000 1000 3000 0000 0000 1000 2000 2110 3010 2000 1101 3110 33363 008 100 000-9 ODD 000 030—3 HICAQO 3rwncf mdni 2b rt aGcetb Rdrgzlf IPerez ss Jurted Wlterr! ;astilla 3b lelton Ib Bchettelf CGdwincf Jising 2b (nwmc Trrmsnp Reedph /eresp Gantlf DeShdsZb Mb RLnkfdcf BRHnlrrf abrhbl 3000 4010 3111 3000 4000 4020 4010 4000 1000 1000 1000 0000 0000 otals 38611 6 Totall 32 1 5 1 Colorado 310 000 110-6 St. Louis 100 000 000-1 LOB—Colorado 10, St. Louis 7. 2B-Burks 3 13), LWalker (23), Bichette (18), Manwan'ng (3), Mabry (6). HR—McGwire (25). SB-DeShields 11 I.Clayton (12). Busby p Lowep McGeeph CKingp Frsctrep 38611 6 Totall Colorado Thomson W.3-5 Veres St. Louis Busby L.5-1 Lowe CKing IP 7 2 42-3 21-3 1 1 H RER BB SO HBP—by Busby (Castilla). Balk—Thomson. Umpires—Home, Dreckman; First, Pulli; Second, Williams, C.; Third, flapuano. T—3:00. A—(2,038 (49,676). DODGERS 4, ASTROS 3 LOS ANGELES HOUSTON abrhbl 4110 Biggio2b 4122 Spiers3b 3131. Everettrl 5000 Alou If 5010 Phillips Ib 5020 Esebio ph 4120 Hidalgo d 3011 DCIark rt 0000 DHenry p 0000 EcYng2b Vzcainoss Shffield rt Bonilla3b Mndesi d Karros 1b HlndswH 'rincec Esnrichph (nerkoph Rdnskyp Nomop Dsunap Jederioph Bruske p CJhnsnc Totall Lot Angelei Houston Berry pn 0000 Scanlan p 2000 Ntkwskp 0000 1000 0000 1000 37 412 4 Glerrez ss Asmusc LJmap DeBell rf Totall abrhbl 5110 4121 6000 3131 5000 1000 2000 2010 0000 1000 0000 0000 4021 2010 3000 1000 39 310 3 200 100 000 000 200 100 0-3 DP—Houston 1. LOB—Los Angeles 11 Houston 17. 2B—Sheffield (13), Mondesi (12) Spiers (10), Gutierrez (10). 3B~Alou (3). HR— Vizcaino (3), Sheffield (8). SB—Sheffield (6) Ausmus (5). S—Vizcaino, Nomo. IP H RER BB SO Lot Angeles Nomo 62-3 8337 Osuna 11-31 0 0 1 Bruske W.1-0 1 1000 Radinsky S,9 1 00011 Houston Lima DHenry Scanlan L.0-1 Nitkowski 7 10 3 3 4 2 0000 2-321 1 1 1-30001 HBP-by Bruske (DeBell), by Nomo (Aus mus). WP—Nomo. Umpires—Home, DeMuth; First, Relilord; Sec ond, Schrieben Third, Montague. T—3:35. A—34,079 (54,370). GIANTS 3, REDS 1 SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl DHmtnd Mueller 3b Bonds II KentZb Hayes Ib Benardrl Aurilla ss Maynec Hrshsrp Ctjnas ph Nenp 3010 3100 2113 4000 4000 4020 4000 4000 3110 1000 0000 CINCINNATI RSndrs d LHrrisll BLrkinss Tbnseec DYng Ib abrhb 3010 4010 4110 4010 Totall 32 3 5 3 San Francisco Cincinnati 400 300 200 300 000 000 1 00 1 00 000 1 0 0 30 1 4 003 000 000—. 000 100 000— BBooneSb Nnnally rt GWhite p Belinda p Hmischp EduPrz ph Graves p Wtkinsrt Totals E—LHarris (2). DP—San Francisco 1. LOB— an Francisco 6, Cincinnati 4. 28—Senan) (3), aubensee (15). HR—Bonds (12). IP San Francisco erehiserW,4-3 8 1 5 2 1-3 0 12-3 1 H RER BB SO 41117 00001 43343 00002 0000 000 HBP—by Hershiser (RSanders). WP—Her- hiser. Umpires—Home, Darting; First, Winters; Sec- nd, Ponclno; Third, Rippley. T—2:22. A—17,980^52,953). BRAVES 9, CUBS S ATLANTA abrhbl 4110 OGIIenss 4141 Lckhrt2b 4224 ChJnes 3b 4000 Glrrga 1b 3000 Tucker rt 4000 JLopezc Pride II GerWm II AJonesd 3000 0000 0000 0000 Mllwodp 1000 DBlsta ph 1000 Gather p 0100 2000 0000 2000 32 5 7 5 Embre p Whlersp abrhbl' 5010 5141 3110 5112 3320 5132 2122 2000 5141 2001 1000 0000 0000 0000 Totall 38 918 9 001 100 030—5 010 310 13x—9 Ixndr 3b Instra p Plrsn p scolta p uslon ph (Mizc ervais c apanip llhllnd p rdtke 3b olals Chicago Mania DP—Chicago 1, Atlanta 1. LOB—Chicago 4, llanla 11. 2B—BBrown (9), Lockhart 3 (11), Galarraga (9), Tucker (15), JLopez (7), Pride (2), Uones (7). 38—AJones (2). HR—Sosa 2 (11), Lopez (11). CS—Morandlni (1). SF—Pride. IP H RER BB SO Chicago apaniL,6-3 52-3 11 5 5 2 2 Mulholland 1-310001 leenslra 1 21103 JPatterson 1-31 2 2 1 0 3 isciotta 2-331110 Atlanta Millwood W.7-1 7 52216 Gather 2-32331 1 Embree 1-300000 Wohlers 1 00022 WP—Millwood, Wohlers. Umpires—Home, Danley; First, Quick; Second, West; Third, Kellogg. T—2:58. A—33,704 (50,528). NCAA ICWS COLLEGE WORLD SERIES At Oklahoma City Thursday, May 21 . Arizona t, Oklahoma Stale 0 Washington 1, Massachusetts 0 Michigan 7, Texas 2 Fresno Stale 6, Nebraska 1 Friday, May 22 Arizona 8, Washington 0 Fresno State 8, Michigan 0 Saturday, May 23 Oklahoma Slate 6, Massachusetts 0, Massa- husetls eliminated Nebraska 2, Texas 1, Texas eliminated Oklahoma State 3, Michigan 1, Michigan elim- ated Washington 3, Nebraska 1, Nebraska eliminat- Sunday, May. 24 Arizona 5, Oklahoma Slate D, Oklahoma Slate iminated Washington 3, Fresno Stale 1 Fresno Stale 6, Washington 1, Washington iminated Monday, May 25 Championship Fresno Slate 1, Arizona 0 PHILLIES 5, EXPOS 3 PHILADELPHIA MONTREAL abrhbl 7121 Vldro2b 5010 Grdzlnss 0000 VGrero rf "7020 Rimer 1b 6013 RWtiile d 7010 McGirell 5010 AndmsSb 3010 MHbrd c 3000 Moore p 5120 MVIdesp 1211 Slovall ph Glnville cl Bones II Sprdlin p Rolen 3b Irogna 1b Lbrthalc MLewisSb Hudlerrl Abreurf Valord 33 'rtugal p Selcik ph MLeitr p KJrdanph Somes p Amaro If olals Philadelphia Montreal 0000 Tellord p 0000 Kline p 1000 Lvngstph 0000 Benneltp 1110 51 513 5 Totals 49 313 3 001 200 000 000 02—5 003 000 000 000 00-3 abrhbl 5000 6110 6122 6030 5010 6020 6020 '6121 2000 0000 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000 E—Rolen (8), Portugal (1), Andrews 2 (9). DP—Philadelphia 5, Montreal 2. LOB— Philadelphia 12, Montreal 8. 2B—Brogna (13), jeberthal (6), Portugal (2), Fullmer 2 (19). HR— VGuerrero (9), MHubbard (1). CS—Rolen (2), MLewis (3). S—Portugal, Selcik, Bennett. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia 'ortugal 8 73304 MLeiter 2 30020 GomesW,3-1 3-20001 SpradlinS,1 1 10003 Montreal Moore 7 83333 MValdes \ 00001 Tellord 1 00020 Kline 1 10000 Bennett L.1-3 4 42213 HBP-by Portugal (RWhlte). WP—Portugal. Umpires—Home, Hallion; First, Crawford; Second, Davidson; Third, Gorman. T—3:38. A—9,621 (46,500). DIAMONDBACKS 3, PADRES 2 SAN DIEGO ARIZONA abrhbl 4000 4010 3000 3110 3112 3010 3000 2000 1000 0000 QVeras 2b SFinleycf Gwynnrf CmWU3b GVghn II CHmdz c EWImsIb Sheets ss MaSwy ph Gomez ss Ashbyp abrhbl 4000 4110 3110 3011 4000 0000 3121 3000 3000 2010 1000 0000 0000 Totals 29 2 4 2 Totals 30 3 6 2 San Diego ' 020 000 000-2 Arizona 110 000 01X-3 E—Ashby (1). DP—Arizona 2. LOB—San Diego 2, Arizona 5. 2B-DWhite (13), TL.ee (9) JBell (8). 3B—SFinley (3). HR-GVaughn (16) JBell (6). SB—DWhile (10). IP H RER BB SO San Diego Ashby L.5-4 8 63226 Arizona AFox 3b Dllucci II DWhila cl Tteelb Fbrgasc Olson p JBell ss Brederf Slnkwc2b Daalp 3000 TBlsta ph HPmgrp Stinnett c 29 2 4 2 Totals RSpringerW.3-2 1 0000 Olson S,5 1 0000 WP—Ashby. Umpires—Home, Holbrook; First, Wendelst 'edt; Second, Layne; Third, Rieker. T—2:12. A—45,367 (48,500). NCAA I CWS College World Series At Rosenblatt Stadium Omaha, Neb. Friday, May 29 Florida State (53-18) vs. Arizona State (38-22 2:30 p.m. Miami, Fla. (50-10) vs. Long Beach Slate (41 21-1). 6:30 p.ro. Saturday, May 30 Southern California (44-16) vs. Louisian Slate (46-17), 12:30 p.m. Florida (46-16) vs. Mississippi Stale (41-21 ,031,280. 6, Jeremy Mayfield, $1,003,461. 7, ale Jarred, $893,270. 8, Jimmy Spencer, 800,361.9, Ken Schrader, $798,011.10, Terry ibonte, $776,855. 11, Jeff Burton, $749,150.12, Bobby Hamilton, 745,760.13, Bill Elliott, $686,495.14, Chad Lit- 9, $667,196. 15, Ernie Irvan, $642,965. 16, icheel Waltrip, $594,835. 17, John Andretli, 584,305. 18,. Joe Nemechek, $581,151. 19, ed Musgrave, $575,551. 20, Ricky fludd, £63,915. Salina Speedway POINT STANDINGS IMCA MODIFIED 1. Oarrick Klima, 182; 2. Brian Kndell 175; 3. a) Tim Echevarria & Dave Hardesty, 171; 5. ohn Rawson, 161. PRO STOCK 1. Dusty Kuntz, 190; 2. Kenny Fuller, 187; 3. aryl Fergusson, 185; 4. Dwight Housh, 184; 5. ohn Begnoche, 182. STRICTLY STOCK 1. Ronny Robins, 189; 2. Danny Morrison, J4; 3. Jerome Thomas, 164; 4. Raymond Fiest 62; 5. (tie) Tony Mllholland & Jeff Welsh, 160. MINI STOCK 1. G.W. Fuller, 199; 2. Corey Lagroon, 192; 3. erry Hedberg, 172; 4. Gary Ulley, 167; 5. Jeremy Hedberg, 163. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 23 Buffalo 2, Washington 0, Buffalo leads series •0 Sunday, May 24 Detroit 2, Dallas 0, Detroit leads series 1-0 Monday, May 25 Washington 3, Buffalo 2, (ot), series tied 1-1 Tuesday, May 26 Detroit al Dallas, 7 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, May 28 Washington at Bulfalo, 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 al Delroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Wednesday, June 3 Delroit at Dallas, 6:30 p.m., II necessary (ES- 'N) Thursday, June 4 Washington at Bulfalo, 6:30 p.m., If necessary ESPN) Friday, June 5 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ES- PN) Saturday, June 6 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m., if necessary ESPN) Sunday, June 7 Detroit at Dallas, 1:30 p.m., if necessary (FOX) 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 Tuesday, May 19 Chicago 104, Indiana 98 Friday, May 22 Utah 109, LA Lakers 93 Saturday, May 23 Indiana 107, Chicago 105 Sunday, May 24 Utah 96, LA Lakers 92, Utah wins series 4-0 Monday, May 25 Indiana 96, Chicago 94, series lied at 2-2 Wednesday, May 27 Indiana at Chicago, 8 p.m. (NBC) •Friday, May 29 Chicago al Indiana, TBA (NBC) Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, TBA (NBC), it necessary NBA summary PACERS 96, BULLS 94 CHICAGO (94) Pippen 5-10 2-7 12, Kukoc 8-10 0-1 18, Long ley 5-8 0-010, Jordan 12-27 3-4 28, Harper 4-6 5-6 13, Wennington 1-1 2-2 4, Rodman 2-5 0-0 4, Burrell 1-2 0-0 2, Kerr 1-1 0-0 3. Totals 39-7C 12-2094. INDIANA (96) Mullln 1-10 0-0 3, D.Davis 6-8 0-0 12, Smits 10-17 6-7 26, Miller 5-11 2-2 15, Jackson 3-9 0 0 8, Rose 3-5 0-0 6, McKay 2-61-16, A.Davis 4 7 0-2 8, Best 4-8 0-010. Totals 38-81 9-12 96. Chicago 27 27 23 17—94 Indiana 24 24 21 27—96 3-Point goals—Chicago 4-9 (Kukoc 2-3, Kerr 1-t, Jordan 1-3, Pippen 0-1, Harper 0-1), Ind ana 11-18 (Miller 3-5, Jackson 2-2, Rose 2-2 Best 2-4, McKey 1-2, Mullin 1-3). Fouled out— Longley. Rebounds—Chicago 46 (Rodman 16 Indiana 39 (Mullin 9). Assists—Chicago 20 (Pippen 10), Indiana 23 (Jackson 7). Total fouls- Chicago 22, Indiana 20. A—16,560(16,530). Auto racing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The lop 20 the NASCAR Winston Cup points and mone standings through May 24: Points I, Jeff Gordon, 1,590. 2, Jeremy Mayfield 1,563. 3, Rusty Wallace, 1,559. 4, Mark Marti 1,504. 5, Terry Labonle, 1,461. 6, Dale Jarrett 1,455. 7, Bobby Labonle, 1,339. 8, Jimm Spencer, 1,313. 9, Ken Schrader, 1,292. 1 Dale Earnhardt, 1,269. I1, Bill Elliott, 1,260. 12, tie, Jeff Burton am Michael Waltrip ',,252. 14, Johnny Benson 1,222.15, Ward Burton, 1,202.16, Ernie Irva 1,186.17, Bobby Hamilton, 1,173.18, Brett Be dine, 1,153.19, Ted Musgrave, 1,134.20, Cha Little, 1,119. Money 1, Dale Earnhardt, $1,563,575.2, Mark Marti $1,530,190. 3, Bobby Labonle, $1,357,850. Jell Gordon, $1,229,790. S, Rusty Wallac Tennis French Open HOW SEEDED PLAYERS FARED PARIS (AP) — How the seeded players tared Monday at the French Open tennis champi- nships al Roland Garros Stadium: MEN Singles First round Pete Sampras (1), Tampa, Fla., del. Todd riartin, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., 6-4,6-3, 6-3. Marcelo Rios (3), Chile, del. Brett Steven, New 'ealand, 7-5,6-2, 3-6,6-3. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (6), Russia, del. Mose Navarra, Italy, 6-4,4-6,6-1,6-4. Thomas Muster, Austria, del. Jonas Bjofrnan 7), Sweden, 6-3,6-3,6-3. Todd Woodbridge, Australia, del. Karol Kucera 9), Slovakia, 1-6,6-2,6-4,6-3. Carlos Moya (12), Spain, del. Sebastian Gros- ean, France, 7-5, 6-1,6-4. Albert Cosla (13), Spain, del. Kenneth Carlsen, Denmark, 6-3,6-2,6-2. Felix Mantilla (15), Spain, del. Wolfgang Schranz, Austria, 6-2,6-4,6-2. WOMEN Singles First round Martina Hingis (1), Switzerland, del. Maria Anonia Sanchez Lorenzo, Spain, 6-2,6-1. Jana Novotna (3), Czech Republic, del. Anne Millet, Midland, Mich., 7-5,6-4. Venus Williams (8), Palm Beach Gardens, : la., del. Tamarine Tanasugam, Thailand, 6-3, 6-1. Sylvia Plischke, Austria, del. Irtna Spiitea (9), Romania, 6-2,6-4. Iva Majoli (10), Croatia, del. Pavlina Stoyano- va, Bulgaria, 6-3, 6-1. Emmanualla Gagliatdi, Switzerland, del. Nathalie Tauzial (12), France, 4-6,7-5,6-4. Anna Kournikova (13), Russia, del. Amelia dauresmo, France, 6-2,6-4. Taliara Panova, Russia, del. Lisa Raymond ;16), Wayne, Pa., 6-3,6-4. TUESDAY'S FEATURED MATCHES PARIS (AP) — Matches Tuesday involving seeded players al the French Open: All courts begin play at 4 a.m. COT Gustavo Kuerten (8), Brazil, vs. Charles Aul- ray, France Annabel Ellwood, Australia, vs. Monica Seles (6), Sarasota, Fla. Sabine Appelmans, Belgium, vs. Mary Pierce (11), France Jana Kandarr, Germany, vs. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (4), Spain Sandrine Teslud (14), France, vs. Samantha Reeves, Monona, Wis. Mariano Zabaleta, Argentina, vs. Petr Korda 2), Czech Republic Alex Corretja (14), Spain, vs. Karim Alami, Morocco Amanda Coetzer (5), South Africa, vs. Patty Schnyder, Switzerland Alex Calatrava, Spain, vs. Michael Chang (11), ilercer Island, Wash. Kimberiy Po, Incline Village, Nov., vs. Lindsay Davenport (2), Newport Beach, Calif. Alberto Berasalegui (16), Spain, vs. Grant Stafford, South Africa Sebaslien Lareau, Canada, vs. Pat Rafter (4), Australia, comp. of susp. match Nicolas Lapentti, Ecuador, vs. Richard Kra- iicek (10), Netherlands Conchita Martinez (7), Spain, vs. Magalie Lamarre, France Recreation SPR scores SALINA PARKS & RECREATION MEN'S SLOWPITCH League 13 — McDonalds 16, Playa's Club 5; Bennington State Bank 16, Thundeftoltz 5; BMB 24, GordinsAuloia. League 14 — Double Trouble 11, SAS DX 3; JJ's Carpentry 9, House ol Sight & Sound 3; The Guzzlers 18, Crash Test Dummies 6. League 15 — Emmanuel Foursquare 15, The Stunners 7; Salina Fire 22, Crestwood Crush 10, Called Out 17, Midwest Business 2. ' WOMEN'S SLOWPITCH League 6 — C.STB.S. 8, Subway 7; B & K Bonding 32, Green Lantern 5; McPherson 14, Perry's Auto Repair 11. League 7 — Fubars 11, Incognito 3; Raytheon 13, American Legion Post 29 8; Cole & Cooper 11,Hartey«Honda10. General Transactions BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM ANGELS—Placed LHP Allen Wai- son on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled INF Frank Bollck from Vancouver of (he PCL. BOSTON RED SOX—Sent OF Trot Nixon to Pawtucket of the International League. Recalled INF Keith Johns from Pawluckel. Moved RHP Kerry Lacy from (he 15-day to the 60-day disabled list. CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Activated RHP Matt Karchner Irom the 15-day disabled list. Desig- naled LHP Larry Casian for assignmenl. Fired Mike Pazik, pitching coach, and Ron Jackson, batting instructor. Named Nardi Contreras pilch- ing coach and Von Joshua batting instructor. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Aclivaled RHP Hipolilo Pichardo and 1B-OF Hal Mom's tram the 15-day disabled list. Oplioned LHP Jamie Walker to Omaha ol the PCL. Placed OF Emle Young on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 22. T SEMI-PRO BASEBALL Blaze outlast Olathe, win fourth tourney title Salina jumps to early 6-0 lead, but has to withstand Olathe rally in the seventh Py PAUL MOGENSON Hie Saliita Journal Four Memorial weekend tournaments, four championships. The Salina Blaze held off a seventh inning rally to post a 7-6 victory over tjie Olathe Outlaws Monday afternoon in the team's annual Memorial Day.Tournament at Dean Evans Sta- (\iurn. ". The victory gave the Blaze a 4-0 record in the tournament and piarked the fourth consecutive year fhey have won the title. The Blaze actually wrapped up the Sunday night with their victory over the Wichita Jets. After three lop-sided victories Friday, Saturday and Sunday the Blaze had a struggle on their hands in the tournament finale. Salina jumped to a 6-0 lead in the top of the first inning on two walks and four Olathe errors. Jason Santangelo highlighted the rally with a two-run single. But Olathe fought back. "Honestly, I didn't expect this tough of a game from them," Blaze coach Warren Olson said. "Especially when we jumped out to a 6-0 lead. But then our bats went dead. "I know we had a lot of help in the first, but we were stinging the ball." Olathe's generosity ended and the Outlaws' rally began after the top of the first. starting pitcher Dave Gor- don a issued a couple of walks and gave up three hits in the bottom of the first as the Outlaws made it 6-4 . Salina added a run in the top of the fourth on Ryan Wasinger's single that scored Jackie McBroom. Olathe kept pace in the bottom of the fourth. Bill Breshears scored when shortstop Santangelo double- clutched his throw to first that would have been the third out, allowing a run to score. Olson pulled Gardner after four innings and summoned Casey Ray, who pitched a scoreless fifth. Closer Clint Merrick replaced Ray in the sixth. Merrick, who pitched for Kansas State last spring, set Olathe down in order in the sixth, but got into trouble in the seventh. With one out and two on by way of walks, Merrick gave jip a run scoring single to Mark Meier. Another walk loaded the bases. But Merrick got Breshears on a called third strike and Parrish Lutz on a fly to left to close it out. "They've got a better ball team this year," Olson said of Olathe. "He (Olathe coach D.A. Kramer) has been improving each year. "Still, I wanted to experiment a little more. We wanted to get Casey and Clint some work. We're expecting Clint to become our closer." Mike Jackson had two of the Blaze's seven hits. The Blaze, members of the Walter Johnson League with Olathe, Baldwin City, the Wichita Twins, Wichita Jets and Lindsborg Black Sox, return to action Sunday with a non- league doubleheader at Kearney, Mo. SPORTS DIGEST Fresno State wins softball championship By The Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY — Nina Lindenberg hit a home run and Amanda Scott held Arizona to three singles as Fresno State defeated the Wildcats 1-0 to win the NCAA Women's College World Series on Monday. The victory gave Fresno State its first national championship in any sport and ended the Wildcats' hopes of winning a third straight title. Fresno State had lost four previous softball championship games and had lost three games against Arizona this season. Lindenberg led off the sixth inning by hitting Nancy Evans' first pitch over the left-field fence and ending the pitcher's streak of scoreless in-' ningsat38. Auto racing INDIANAPOLIS — Eddie Cheever's victory .in the Indianapolis 500 was worth $1,433,000 from the richest purse in auto racing history. Cheever, , who beat former Indy winner Buddy Lazier to the checkered flag by 3.19 seconds on Sunday, was honored at the annual Victory Dinner on Monday night. The purse of $8,722,150 broke the record of $8,612,450 last year, when Arie Luyendyk took . home a record $1,568,150 for his second victory at Indy. Cheever's winnings were almost as much as he earned in his previous eight Indy starts combined, when his best finish was fourth in 1992. . Baseball PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Pirates reliever Jeff Tabaka sustained a fractured jaw and likely will go on the disabled list after being punched during a hotel lobby fight, apparently in a disv . pute over a card game. Eyewitnesses traveling with the Pirates said Tabaka and reliever Marc Wilkins scuffled in the lobby of the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee after the team arrived Sunday night from a weekend series in Miami. Before th players could be separated, Tabaka was struck in the jaw. He required surgery on Monday and wil be out indefinitely. The argument apparently began during a card game on the Pirates' flight. •. from Miami to Milwaukee and carried over to the; hotel. Tabaka and Wilkins share an apartme'nt in suburban Pittsburgh during the season. Football MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Vikings are officially for sale again, owners decided Monday. Owners will not consider bids less than novelist Tom Clancy's failed $200 million offer, and they hope to complete a sale of the team by late July, according to co-owner Jaye Dyer. Dyer said the own 7 . ers hope to receive NFL approval to finalize a deal at the league's meeting in late July. The group alsp decided on Monday to deal only with prospective" * 4 buyers who can demonstrate their ability to come- up with the money, not agents. Clancy's bid was presented through an agent representing an investment group, and Clancy ultimately was unable to back up his offer with the money. Golf VIRGINIA WATER, England — Colin Montgomerie made a 10-foot birdie putt at the final hole Monday for a 1-stroke victory in the Volvo PGA Championship. Montgomerie shot a final round 69 to win the tournament with a total of 14-under-p^ar. 274. Montgomerie took a 1-shot lead into the final" round at Wentworth, but fell behind on the back nine as Gary Orr, Dean Robertson, Ernie Els and r Patrik Sjoland held the lead at various times. A " '' four-man playoff with Els, Orr and Sjoland loomed after Montgomerie hit a poor tee shot at the 18th.",- But the Scot hit his third shot within 10 feet and' ' rolled in the pLitt for the victory. Sjoland, Els arid Orr finished one stroke back. •'"-'•. Hockey WASHINGTON — Todd Krygier blasted a shot past Dominik Hasek's glove side 3:01 into overtime Monday night to give the Washington Capitals, a ST 2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres, tying the Eastern Conference finals at one game apiece. Andrei. '. - Nikolishin, falling to the ice in the corner, made the pass to Krygier, who had found space between^ the circles for the open shot and his first goal of ,', the playoffs. The Capitals appeared to have the victory in hand until Esa Tikkarien deflected the .puck into his own net with 56 seconds remaining in reg-. ulation. With Adam Gates in the penalty box after'.' a marginal tripping call, Tikkanen got his stick on Matthew Barnaby's slapshot and misdirected the puck right between goaltender Olaf Kolzig's legs. Running BOULDER, Colo. — Favored Kenyans Simon ..•>-. Rono and Jane Omoro won the men's and women's elite races, but Kenyans failed to sweep the team competition in the 20th Bolder Boulder 10-kilometer road race Monday. The 1-2 finish of Rono and- ;j teammate Hezron Otwori helped give Kenya the' '•• men's team title, but China placed three finishers 'in the top 13 to claim the women's team crown. The Bolder Boulder adopted a team format for this; year's race amid much controversy, including ac : ^ cusations of racism because the dominant Kenyans were limited to three male runners and three fe-. _•,. male runners, as were all other teams except tHfe J ' United States, which at first was granted unlimited participation. The policy subsequently was modified, with Americans also limited to three runners. 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