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02 WEDNESDAY. MAY 27, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule 1 BASEBALL 1:20 p.m. — Major Leagues, Philadelphia at Chicago Cubs, WGN. 8:30 p.m. — Ma|or Leagues, Los Angeles al Houston, ESPN, cable 38. *:30 p.m.—Major Leagues, San Diego al Arizona or Kansas City at Anaheim, ESPN, cable 36. BASKETBALL 8 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Indiana at Chicago, NBC, cable 3,13. TENNIS 9 a.m. — French Open, USA, cable 30. Baseball Standings ;. AMERICAN LEAGUE ; . East Division W L Pel, GB New York 35 10 .778 — Boston 29 20 .592 8 Toronto 27 24 .529 11 Tampa Bay 23 27 .460 14'A Baltimore 23 28 .451 15 Central Division : ' W L Pet GB Cleveland 29 21 .580 — Minnesota 22 27 .449 6V4 Detroit 19 28 .404 8% Chicago 19 29 .396 9 Kansas City 18 31 .367 10'A West Division W L Pel GB Texas 31 18 .633 — Anaheim 25 24 .510 6 Seattle 23 28 .451 9 Oakland 21 29 .420 10% Monday's Games Cleveland?, Detroit 4 Toronto 7, Boston 5 Oakland 8, Tampa Bay 2 N.Y. Yankees 12, Chicago White Sox 0 Kansas City 6, Anaheim 4 Minnesota 9, Texas 3 Seattle 12, Baltimore 4 Tuesday's Games Tampa Bay 7, Oakland 2 .Baltimore 8, Seattle 3 Toronto 5, Boston 2 Cleveland 9, Detroit 2 N.Y. Yankees 7, Chicago White Sox 5 Wednesday's Games Minnesota (Milton 3-4) at Texas (Burkett 3-4), 1:35 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Mendoza 3-1) al Chicago White Sox (Eyre 1-5), 7:05 p.m. Kansas City (Rosado 0-4) at Anaheim (Olivares 2-1), 9:35 p.m. Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 38 14 .731 — New York 27 20 .574 8VS Philadelphia 23 25 .479 13 Montreal 18 32 .360 19 Honda 17 34 .333 20 <A Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 32 19 .627 — Chicago 28 22 .560 3'A SI. Louis 25 24 .510 6 Milwaukee 24 25 ,490 7 Pittsburgh 24 28 .462 BVS Cincinnati 23 29 .442 9% West Division W L Pet. GB San Diego 32 20 .615 — San Francisco 30 22 .577 2 Los Angeles 25 26 .490 6'A Colorado 22 29 .431 9'A Arizona 16 35 .314 15 'A Monday's Games San Francisco 3, Cincinnati 1 Colorado 6, St. Louis 1 Los Angeles 4, Houston 3,10 innings Philadelphia 5, Montreal 3,14 innings Atlanta 9, Chicago Cubs 5 Arizona 3, San Diego 2 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games San Francisco 5, Cincinnali 2 N.Y. Mats 10, Florida 6 Atlanta 9, Montreal 3 Houston 13, Los Angeles 2 Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 2 San Diego 12, Arizona 1 Wednesday's Games San Francisco (Gardner 3-2) at Cincinnat (Pn'est 0-0), 11:35 a.m. Philadelphia (Grace 2-5) at Chicago Cubs (Gonzalez 3-4), 1:20 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Yoshil 3-1) al Florida (Meadows 4 4), 6:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Dreifort 2-4) at Houston (Bergman 4-2), 6:35 p.m. Montreal (Vazquez 1-5) at Atlanta (Maddux 6 2). 6:40 p.m. Pittsburgh (Schmidt 7-1) at Milwaukee (Woodard 3-2), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Kile 5-5) at St. Louis (Stottlemyre 5 4), 7:10 p.m. San Diego (Hitchcock 2-0) at Arizona (An.Benes 3-4), 9:35 p.m. American League DEVIL RAYS 7, ATHLETICS 2 TAMPA BAY OAKLAND abrhbl 3100 4121 5030 3000 5111 5020 4010 5220 4232 Winnlf McCkncf Boggs3b McGrtflb Srrenlo dh DaMrtzrl DiFlcec Stocker ss Cairo 2b Hndrsn If KAbbotss Bmigal ss Grieve rf Stairs dh Giambi 1b Blwers3b Spiezio 2b Hindi c Chrstns d Mcfifne ph 38 714 4 Totals abrhbl 5000 0000 3100 4000 3112 4020 4010 4010 3010 2000 0000 Totals 38 714 4 Totals 32 2 6 2 Tampa Bay 002 Oil 120—7 Oakland 200 000 000—2 E-Cairo (7), Blowers (4), Spiezio (6), Mohler (1). DP—Oakland 1. LOB—Tampa Bay 10, Oakland 8. 2B—Stocker (6), Giambi (8). HR— McCracken (3), Sorrento (5), Cairo (3), Stairs (8). CS—DaMartinez (4), Spiezio (2). S—McCracken, DiFelice. IP H RER BB SO Tampa Bay ArrojoW,7-3 5 52217 Aldred 1-31 0000 ALopez 12-3 0 0 0 1 3 Mecir 00000 RHemandez 00011 Oakland Candiotti L.4-5 94312 Small 01011 Mphler 10012 Fetters 32210 Taylor 10000 Candiotti pitched lo 2 batters in the 6lh, Small pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. HBP—by RHemandez (Hinch), by Arrojo (KAhbott). PB-Mnch. Balk—Arro]o. Umpires—Home, Cederstrom; First, Brinkman; Second, Cousins; Third, Welke. T—3:03. A—9,801 (45,177). ORIOLES 8, MARINERS 3 BALTIMORE SEATTLE abrhbl abrhbi ByAdsnct 3110 Cora2b 3110 Hmndsll 5111 ARdrgzss RPImrlb 5110 GrlyJrcl Carter dh 5111 Seguitb HAImr2b 4122 EMrtrudh EDavisrf 1101 GHillll Surhoflll 0000 RDavis3b CRpk'en3b 4131 DWilsnc Wbsterc 4012 Duceyrl todickss 4110 Totals 35 811 8 Totals Baltimore 015 020 000—8 Seattle 001 000 002- DP—Baltimore 1, Seattle 2. LOB—Baltim 5, Seattle 5. 28—ByAnderson (4), Webster,., Bordick (9). HR—Carter (4), GHill (8). SB— RPalmeiro (4), RAIomar (4), Cora (6). CS— RAIomar (3). Ducey (1). SF—EDavis. 4010 3011 4000 3110 4112 4000 4010 2000 31 3 6 If (7) IP H RER BB SO Baltimore Erickson W.5-5 8 51138 Ponson 1 12211 Seattle FasseroL.5-2 22-3 7 6 6 1 5 BWells 21-3 3 2 2 1 0 Stocumb 2 10022 Tallin 1 00000 Ayala 1 00001 WP—Slocumb. Umpires—Home, Meriwethen First, Evans: Second, McCoy; Third, Johnson. T—2:44. A—31,464 (59,084). BLUE JAYS 5, RED SOX 2 TORONTO BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl AGnazss 4110 DLewiscf 4020 Green rf 4000 Bragg rf 3000 nsecolf 4110 MVghnlb 4000 tawart cl 0000 Jflrson cfh 3111 -Dlgdo 1b 3222 Leyrta dh 1000 tanleydh 4133 O'Lrylf 4120 prgue 3b 4000 JnVnlin 3b 4000 oCruz cf 3000 Hltberg c 4010 (LBwn c 4010 Bn|min ss 3011 Grbeck 2b 3000 Merloni 2b 1000 Cmngsph 1000 KJohns 2b 0000 Totals 33 S B 5 Totals 32 2 7 2 "oronto 401 000 000—5 Boston 010 000 100—2 OP—Toronto 2, Boston 2. LOB—Toronto 4, Boston 5. 2B—AGonzalez (13), CDelgado 2 13), Stanley (8), DLewis (10). 3B—O'Leary 2 3). HR—Stanley (9), Jefferson (3). SB— lanseco (13), DLewis (6). IP H RER BB SO Toronto Guzman W.3-6 7 62227 Risley 0 10000 Plesac 1 00001 RaMyersS,12 1 00000 Boston AveryL.1-1 4 65522 Corsi 2 10012 kflahay 1 00002 Eckersley 1 10000 "lordon 1 00002 Risley pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. WP—Guzman. Umpires—Home, Culbreth; First, Craft; Second, O'Nora; Third, Rellly. T—2:44. A—27,668 (33.871), INDIANS 9, TIGERS 2 DETROIT CLEVELAND abrhbi abrhbl BLHntrcf 4120 Loltoncf 4110 JOIveMb 1011 Dnslonss 1000 Randa 3b 3011 Vizquel ss 3100 Hggnsn rf 5000 Whiten cf 1000 ToClrklb 3010 Justice dh 5120 Manlolb 1000 Thome 1b 4122 LGnzlzll 4020 MRmrzrl 5221 Easley2b 2010 GilesII 5122 Ctlnolto2b 2010 SAImrc 2100 Tmbrtndh 4020 Brdersc 1000 Bako c 4000 Frymn 3b 2122 DCruzss 3110 DaBell2b 4032 Totals 36 2 (2 2 Totals 37 914 9 Detroit 000 000 101—2 Cleveland 103 140 OOx—9 E—MRamirez (5). LOB—Detroit 10, Cleveland 9. 2B-^IOIiver (6), ToClark (11), LGonza- lez 2(15), Justice (17), Thome (18), MBarnirez 2 (11), Giles (3), DaBell (7). HR—Fryman (8). SB—BLHunler (16). SF—Randa, Thome. IP H RER BB SO Detroit Worrell L.2-6 32-3 7 5 5 2 2 Duran 1-333300 Keagle 0 11110 Bochtler 2 00002 Runyan 1 20000 ToJones 1 10000 Cleveland JrWright W.3-3 7 10 1 0 1 6 Assenmacher 1 10000 Morman 1 11112 Duran pitched to 3 batters in the 5th, Keagle pitched to 3 batters In the 5th. HBP—by Keagle (SAIomar). Umpires—Home, Barrett; First, McClelland; Second, Garcia; Third, Hirschbeck. T—3:05. A—42,372 (43,863). YANKEES 7, WHITE SOX 5 NEW YORK CHICAGO abrhbl 4110 3200 4123 4010 4121 5110 4121 3000 3001 1000 1011 Knblch 2b Jeter ss O'Neill rl BWIIms cf Raines dh Curtis II Brosius 3b Girardi c Sojolb Strwbrph SveumIb Totals New York Chicago Drham 2b Crdero Ib FThmsdh Belle II Vnlura 3b MOrdz rf Cmeron cf O'Brien c Norton ph Kreuter c Sncpek ss abrhbl 4100 5010 2001 1 2 0 3 1 1 1 4 0 3 1 3 0 1000 0000 4110 36 710 7 Totals 30575 010 010 131—7 020 000 210—5 E—Sok> (1). DP—New York 2. LOB—New York 13, Chicago 10. 2B—Knoblauch (7), Raines (5), Brosius (13). HR—O'Neill (4), Ventura (6), Cameron (2). SB—Knoblauch (11), Jeter (12), Brosius (4), MOrdonez (3), Cameron (6). S—Girardi, Durham. SF—FThomas, Belle. IP H RER BB SO New York Pettitte 6 44373 Nelson W.2-1 1 21111 Stanton 1-30 0 0 0 0 MRiveraS.10 12-3 1 0 0 1 2 Chicago Parque 4 52251 CCastillo 2 00020 FoulkeL.1-1 2 34400 Karchner 1 21101 Peltitte pitched to 2 batters in the 7th, Nelson pitched to 1 batter in the 8th, Parque pitched to 4 batters In the 5th. HBP—by Karchner (Girardi), by Foulke (Jeter), by Parque (Brosius). Umpires—Home, Denkinger; First, Foster; Second, Reed; Third, Tschida. T—3:40. A—14,596 (44,321). National League METS 10, MARLINS 6 NEW YORK FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl McRaecf 2111 Dnwdycl 5110 Gilkeyll 3110 Rnteriass 4121 Piazzac 5020 Kctsayrf 4120 Olerudtb 4123 ZeileSb 4111 BaergaSb 4230 FloydII 3100 AlfonzoSb 5220 RJcksntb 4124 Huskey rf 5125 Zaun c 4000 ROrdzss 5110 Cunsell2b 3000 Mlicki p 1000 Ojala p 0000 Bhanonp 2111 DLeeph 1000 Tatum ph 1000 ALtkin p 2000 Rojasp 0000 Dmpstrp 0000 Berg2b 2010 Totals 37101510 Totals 36696 New York 100 009 000—10 Florida 400 010 010— 6 DP—Florida 4. LOB—New York 8, Florida 4. 2B—Olerud (9), Baerga (11), Allonzo (8), Huskey 2 (10), RJackson (3). 3B—Dunwoody (1), Kolsay (2). HB—RJackson (2). SB—Rente- ria2(17). SF—McRae. IP H RER BB SO New York Mlicki 4 75512 Bohanon W.2-1 4 11103 Rojas 1 10000 Florida ALarkinL,2-5 5 10 6 6 4 3 Dempster 1 34420 Ojala 3 20012 Mlicki pitched to 2 batters in the 5th, ALarkin pitched to 5 batters in the 6th. WP—Mlicki. Umpires—Home, Quick; First, West; Second, Kellogg; Third, Danley. T—2:49. A—14,749(41,855). GIANTS 5, REDS 2 SAN FRAN CINCINNATI abrhbl 5110 4213 Javier cl Mueller 3b BondsH Kent2b Hayes Ib CrJnes rl DHmtncf SSnchz ss BJhnsn c Rueler p Jhnstne p RRdrgz p SReed p Benard ph Nenp Totals RSndrscf Slllvan p 2000 GWhilep 3011 Nnnallyph 4010 Wtklns if 3000 BLrkin ss 0000 DYng 1b 3000 4111 abrhbl 3110 0000 0000 1000 4 0 4 0 40 3000 1 0 0 WGme 3b Nieveslf 4 1 3110 BBoone 2b 40 0000 Frdyce c 2 0 0000 Tbnsee c 2010 0000 Rmlngrp 2000 1000 LHrris rf 2010 0000 32 S 6 S Totals 35 2 9 2 San Francisco 100 000 400—5 Cincinnati 110 000 000—2 E—Mueller (5). DP—San Francisco 1. LOB— San Francisco 6, Cincinnati 8. 2B—RSanders (3). Fordyce (4), LHarris (7). HR—Mueller (5), BJohnson (2), Nieves (2). SB—Bonds (10). CS—Bonds (5), RSanders (1), IP H RER BB SO San Francisco RueterW.6-3 6 52211 1 30003 2-3000 1 0 1-300000 Johnslone RRodriguez SReed NenS,12 1 10000 Cincinnati Remlinger L.3-6 7 55555 Sullivan 1 10011 GWhite 1 00001 Rueler pitched to 1 batter in the 7th, Johnstone pilched lo 2 batters in the 8lh. Umpires—Home, Winters; First, Poncino; Second, Rippley; Third, Darling, T—2:45. A—16,096 (52,953). BRAVES 9, EXPOS 3 MONTREAL ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Sntnglo 2b 4030 Weiss ss 4100 Vidro 2b 1100 Lckhrt 2b 4210 Grdzln ss 5000 Whlers p 0000 i Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 BASEBALL Kansas City at Anaheim, 9.-30 p.m. i/Grero rl 4011 ChJnes 3b 2221 RWhilecf 4121 Glrrgalb 4223 'ellord p 0000 OGIIen 1b 1000 Widger c 4010 Tucker rl 5000 AndrwsSb 4121 JLopezc 4114 RPerez II 4020 GerWm II 3110 McGire 1b 3000 AJones cf 4031 MBtsta p 2000 Neagle p 3010 Kllnep 0000 Calherp 0000 Mrdcai ph 1000 Grflnno 2b 0000 MVIdes p 0000 Slovallcl 0000 'olals 36 311 3 Totals 34 911 9 Montreal 000 001 011—3 Atlanta 200 011 50x—9 E—McGuire (2). DP—Montreal 1, Atlanta 2. LOB—Montreal 8, Atlanta 8. 2B—Santangelo 12), VGuerrero (7), Andrews (6), RPerez (1), ChJones (11), AJones (8). HR—RWhite (6), Andrews (10). Galarraga (16), JLopez (12). S— beagle. IP H HER BB SO Montreal MBatista L.1-2 52-3 7 4 4 2 4 Kline 1-300000 MValdes 1 45521 'eltord 1 00012 Atlanta Neagle W.7-1 7 71114 Gather 1 21101 Wohlers 1 21111 HBP-by MBafela (GerWilliams). Umpires—Home, Meals; First, Tata; Second, Davis; Third, Bell. T—2:44. A—28,662 (50,528). ASTROS 13, DODGERS 2 LOS ANGELS HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl EcYng2b 4020 Biggio2b 3011 Vzcaino ss 4000 Glerrez ss 1000 Castro ss 0000 DeBell rf 2100 Shlfieldd 4010 Hidalgo cf 2000 DReyes p 0000 Spiers 1b 4222 Bonilla 3b 3000 Phillips 1b 1000 Knerho3b 1000 Berry 3b 2301 Mndesi cl 3111 Alou If 4222 Cedeno cl 1000 Everett cl 2112 Karros Ib 3120 Esebloc 4232 Esnrichtb 1010 Bogarss 4110 Hlndswlf 4021 Rynldsp 4111 CJhnsn c 4000 Mgnnte p 0000 Valdes p 2000 3ruske p 1000 THwrd rl 0000 Totals 35 2 9 2 Totals 33131111 Los Angeles 010 100 000—2 Houston 020 080 30x—13 E—Bonilla (6), Karros (3), Berry (3). DP—Los Angeles 1, Houston 1. LOB—Los Angeles 6, Houston 2.2B—Alou (14), Bogar (1). 3B—Kar- ros (1), Spiers (2), Alou (4). HR—Mondesi (12). CS—Sheffield (3), Everett (6). SF—Biggio. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles IValdes 1,4-6 42-3 8 10 9 4 2 Bruske 21-3 3 3 3 1 1 DReyes 1 00001 Houston Reynolds W.5-3 B 72207 Magnanle 1 20001 WP—IValdes, Bruske. Umpires—Home, Reliford; First, Schrieber; Second, Montague; Third, DeMuth. T—2:34. A—16,251 (54,370). BREWERS 3, PIRATES 2 PITTSBURGH MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl Wmack 2b 5000 Vina 2b 4000 MaMlz II 3110 Cirillo 3b 3010 AMrtin II 1110 Bumitz rf 4010 Kendallc 3030 Nilsson Ib 3010 KYng 1b 4000 Owens pr 0100 Alnswrtcl 3001 Wckmnp 0000 JGIIen rl 3011 MMyrs p 0000 Rincon p 0000 Nwlield ph 0000 Loiselle p .0000 Hmelin ph 1010 Ramirez 3b 3000 Drjksn pr 0100 Plcvich ss 3000 Grssom cl 4020 FCdva p 2000 Jenkins If 4120 Chrstns p 0000 Mlheny c 3011 Dssensp 0000 Hughes pr 0000 TWard rf 1000 JsVnlin ss 4012 Karl p 2000 Lorefla Ib 1000 Totals 31 2 6 2 Totals 33 310 3 PlttsburghOOO 100 010—2 Milwaukee 000 000 102—3 One out when winning run scored. E—Cirillo (5). DP—Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 1. LOB—Pittsburgh 8, Milwaukee 7. 2B—JGuillen (14). SB-AMartin 2 (7), Kendall (7). CS—Grissom (5). SF—Allensworth, JGuillen. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh FCordova 6 71118 Christiansen 1-30 0 0 0 1 Dessens 2-300000 Rincon 1 00002 Loiselle L.1-4 1-332200 Milwaukee Karl 7 51022 Wickman 12-3 1 1 1 2 2 MMyersW,2-0 1-30 0 0 0 0 FCordova pitched to 4 batters in the 7th. HBP—by Loiselle (Matheny). Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Davidson; Second, Gorman; Third, Halllon. T—2:56. A—12,272 (53,192). PADRES 12, DIAMONDBACKS 1 SAN DIEGO ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl QVeras 2b 4231 AFox 3b 4020 Gomez ss 1010 Brede rl 4120 SFinlsy cf 4211 DWhile cf 3010 Cminiti 3b 3124 YBnlez II 1010 GvnolaSb I I 0 0 TLee Ib 3000 GVghnll 5011 FRdrgzp 0000 GMyrsc 5121 Fbrgasph 1001 MaSwylb 5131 Valdezp 0000 RRivra rl 5223 Dllucci II 3000 Sheets ss 4100 JBellss 2010 KBrwn p 3110 Tlmaco p 0000 EWIms ph 1000 Miller rf 2020 CReyesp 0000 Stinnettc 4000 Stnkwc 2b 4010 Suppan p 0000 Brow p 1000 TBIsIa ss 2000 Totals 41121612 Totals 34 110 1 San Diego 205 040 001—12 Arizona 000 000 010— 1 DP—San Diego 3. LOB—San Diego 8, Arizona 7. 2B—Gomez (12), Caminiti 2 (6), MaSweeney (3), Brede (6). 3B—RRivera (!)• HR—RRivera (1). SB—QVeras (9), SFinley (4) Sheets (4). SF—SFinley, Caminiti. IP H RER BB SO San Diego KBrown W,<t-3 6 91116 CReyes 1 10001 Arizona Suppan L.1-5 21-3 9 7 7 1 2 Brow 21-3 3 4 4 3 1 Telemaco 21-3 2 0 0 0 1 FHodriguez 1 00001 Valdez 1 21100 Umpires—Home, Wendelstedt; First, Layne Second, Rieker; Third, Holbrook. T—2:21. A—»!,204 (48,500). 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 State (41 21-1), 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 30 Southern California (44-16) vs. Louisiana State (46-17), 12:30 p.m. Florida (46-16) vs. Mississippi State (41-21) 6:30 p.m. Junior college NJCAA WORLD SEREIS At Grand Junction, Colo. Saturday, May 23 Indian Hills (Iowa) 13, Central Fla. 7 Brevard College (N.C.) 9, Meridian (Miss.) 4 Grayson County College (Texas) 8, DeKalb (Ga.) 7,10 innings Maple Woods (Mo.) 11, Dixie College (Utah) 1 6 innings Sunday, May 24 Mehdian 4, Central Florida 1 (Central Florida eliminated) Dixie 10, DeKalb 0, 7 innings (DeKalb elimi nated) Cowley County (Kan.) 14, San Jacinto (Texas 4,7 innings Monday, May 25 Maple Woods 10, Grayson College 7 Meridian 12, Dixie 4 (Dixie eliminated) Brevard 6. Indian Hills 3 Tuesday, May 26 San Jacinto 8, Grayson College 7 Indian Hills 13, Meridian 5 (Meridian elirrwial d) Cowley County 18, Maple Woods 4 Wednesday, May 27 San Jacinto vs. Meple Woods, 4 p.m. CDT Brevard vs. Cowley County, 8:30 p.m. CDT Basketball NBA draft NEW YORK (AP) — The order of selections or the 1998 NBA Draft to be held June 24 at General Motors Place in Vancouver: First round 1. Los Angeles Clippers 2. a-Vancouver 3. Denver 4. Toronto 5. b-Golden State 6. Dallas 7. Sacramento 8. Phlladephia 9. c-Milwaukee 10. Boston 11. d-Detroit 12. e-Orlando 13. Orlando (from Washington) 14. Houston 15. Orlando (from New Jersey) 16. (-New York 17. Minnesota 18. Toronto (from Portland) 19. Milwaukee (from Cleveland) 20. Atlanta 21. Charlotte 22. Los Angeles Clippers (Irom Miami) 23. Denver (from Phoenix) 24. San Antonio 25. Indiana 26. Los Angeles Lakers 27. Seattle 28. Chicago 29. Utah a-Vancouver has option lo convey pick to Derail. If Detroit receives pick, it may be conveyed o Philadelphia. b-Pick might be conveyed to Orlando or Utah c-Pick may be conveyed to Denver. d-Detroit might have option to convey pick to 'hiladelphia. e-Pick may be conveyed to Golden State or Utah. f-Toronto has option to receive pick. Second Round 30. Dallas (from Toronto) 31.g-Vancouvar 32. Seattle (Irom Denver) 33. h-LA. Clippers 34. Chicago (Irom Golden State) 35. Dallas 36. Sacramento 37. i-Philadelphla 38. j-Boston 39. Milwaukee 40. Detroit 41. Houston 42. Orlando 43. Washington 44. k-New York 45. LA. Lakers (Irom New Jersey) 46. Minnesota . 47. Toronto (Irom Portland) 48. Cleveland 49. Atlanta 50. Charlotte 51.j-Miami 52. San Antonio 53. Dallas (from Phoenix) 54. Denver (from Indiana) 55. Denver (from Seattle) 56. g-L.A. Lakers 57. l-Utah 58. Chicago g-LA. Lakers have the right to swap their pick lor Vancouver's pick. h-This pick will be conveyed to Philadelphia, Detroit or Seattle. i-This pick might be conveyed lo Detroit or Seattle. {•Boston's pick (or Miami's pick if Boston exercises its right to swap picks with Miami) might be conveyed to New York or Vancouver. k-LA. Lakers have the option to receive this pick. I-This pick might be conveyed to Orlando. Women's World UNITED STATES 95, JAPAN 89 At Karlsruhe, Germany Group B JAPAN (89) Hagiwara 9-15 2-2 22, Murakami 2-2 0-0 4, Kato 8-16 7-9 24, Hamaguchi 1-5 5-6 7, Oyama 5-10,3-315, Kamakami 1 -2 0-0 2, Yoshiyama 221-25, Okazato 0-2 0-0 0, Nagata 4-9 2-4 10. Totals 32-63 20-26 89. UNITED STATES (95) Williams 7-12 0-1 14, Staley 2-7 2-2 7, Leslie 6-6 2-2 14, Smith 6-11 1-1 16, McCray 6-6 0-0 12, Bolton 1-3 0-0 3, Azzi 0-2 0-0 0, Milton 5-8 00 10, Holdsclaw 9-15 1-5 19. Totals 42-71 6-11 95. Halftime—United States 44, Japan 43. 3-point goals—Japan 5-12 (Hagiwara 2-3, Kato 1-3, Oyama 2-4. Okazato 0-1, Nagata 0-1), United States 5-13 (Staley 1-4, Bolton 1-3, Smith 3-5, McCray 0-1). Rebounds—Japan 14 (Kato 11), United Slates 31 (Holdsclaw 8). Fouled cut- None. Assists-Japan 14 (Kamakami 4), United States 16 (Holdsclaw, Leslie 4). Total fouls— Japan 14, United States 23. Golf PGA SUCCESS INDEX The following points system by AP golf writer Ron Sirak ranks players based on top-three finishes on the PGA Tour over the last 52 weeks. It begins with the 1997 Memorial and ends with the 1998 Colonial. Five points were awarded for a first-place linish, three lor a second and one for a third. Triple points were awarded for the four major championships and double points for the Tour Championship and the Players Championship. Rk. Player 1st 2nd 3rd Pis I.Justin Leonard 3 2 1 43 2. David Duval 5 1 0 39 3. Ernie Els 3 1 0 28 tie. Davis Love III 3 0 2 28 5. Tiger Woods 2 2 2 18 tie Mark O'Meara 1 1 0 18 tie. Fred Couples 1 2 1 18 B.Greg Norman 2 2 1 17 9. Jeff Maggert 0 4 1 15 10. Phil Mickelson 2 1 1 14 tie. Jesper Parnevik 1 t 0 14 12. Vijay Singh 2 1 0 13 tie. JimFuryk 0 3 1 13 14. Billy Maylair 1 2 0 11 15. Colin Montgomerie 0 1 1 10 tie. Mark Calcavecchia 2 0 0 10 World rankings NEW YORK (AP) — Official World Golf Rank Ing based on players' performance throughou the world through May 24. The ranking is computed on a two-year rolling basis weighted toward the current year. Players earn points basec on linish and strength of field: Res Points 1. Ernie Els SAf 12.38 2. Tiger Woods USA 11.73 3. Davis Love III USA 10.67 4. Greg Norman Aus 9.98 5. Colin Montgomerie Sco 9.91 6. Justin Leonard USA 8.84 7. David Duval USA 6.72 8. Nick Price Zim 7.67 9. Tom Lehman USA 7.66 10. Phil Mickelson USA 7.55 11. Mark O'Meara USA 7.48 12. Jumbo Ozaki Jpn 7.19 13. TomWaison USA 6.70 14. Fred Couples USA 6.57 15. Vijay Singh Fij 6.57 16. LeeWeslwood Eng 6.32 17. Jim Furyk USA 6.07 18. Scott Hoch USA 5.64 19. Mark Calcavecchia USA 5.62 20. Jesper Parnevik Swe 5.56 High school CLASS 6A At Southwind Country Club, Garden City Par 71 Team scores 1. Garden City 322 (Kirby Schimke 78, Chris Becker 78, Sean Villarreal 82. Ryan Berry 84 Adam Fuller 69, Dan Dreiling 91); 2. Shawnee Mission South 323 (Byron Shultz 72, John Bivona 83, Brendan Rielly 84, Todd Catron 64, Scott McCoy 85, Alex Montgomery 99); 3. Shawneo Mission East 324 (Eric Clancey 77, Man Latham 82, Evan Mayhew 82, Doug Farchmin 83, Joe Pryor 83, Ridge Harrison 86): 4. Hutchinson 325; 5. Lawrence 326; 6. Manhattan 331; 7. Leavenworth 332; Wichita Southeast 332; 9. Wichita Northwest 338; 10. Shawnee Mission West 344; 11. Olathe South 351; 12. Junction City 353. Individual medalists 1. Byron Shulte, Shawnee Mission South, 72; . Monte Hertach, Hutchinson, 75; 3. Chris Marhall, Stitwell-Blue Valley, 76; 4. Jason McCfen- on, Wichita Southeast, 76; 5, Eric Clancey, >hawnee Mission East; 77; 6. T.J. Vilkansas, Manhattan, 77; 7. Toby Leonard, Leavenworth, 77; 8. Andrew Argetsinger, Wichita East, 78; 9. :hris Becker, Garden City, 78;, 10. Kirby chlmke, Garden City 78; 11. (tie) Nick Long, eavenworth, 79; Pal Brlscoe, Hutchinson, 79; 3. (tie) Joe Beaudel, Hutchinson, 80; Mike Samp, Lawrence, 60; John Welker, Shawnee Mission West, 80; 16. (lie) Brett Buxton, awrence, 81; Matt Mayer, Wichita Northwest, it; 18. (tie) Sean Villarreal, Garden City, 82; Ty Sittins, Lawrence 82, Matt Wertzberger, Man- attan, 82, Matt Latham, Shawnee Mission East, 2, Even Mayhew, Shawnee Mission East, 82; Ip Moore, Wichita Southeast, 82; Byran Mil- lerger, Olalhe North, 82; Ted Mussatto, Stilwell- Blue Valley, 82. CLASS SA At Quail Ridge Golf Club Winfleld Team scores 1. Kapaun Mount Carmel 299 (Fernandez 74, Velson 74, Ferguson 75, Krsnlch 76, Novascone 77, Bishop 82); 2. St. Thomas Aquinas 304 Gencarelli 71, O'Donnell 77, Peal 77, Nivens 9, Asbury 80, Meserve 81); 3. Bishop Carroll 10 (Wright 76, Carney 77, Walker 77, Brown 0, Coakley 84, Shulte 840; 4. Sallna Central 111; 5. Andover 315; 6. Shawnee Heights 315; '. Topeka West 322; 8. Fort Scott 325; 9. Pitts- )urg 327; 10. Great Bend 332; 11. McPherson 333; 12. Arkansas City 339. Individual medalists 1. Gencarelli, St. Thomas Aquinas, 71; 2. San- taularia, Lawrence Free Slate, 73; 3. Nelson, <apaun, 74; 4. Fernandez, Kapaun, 74; 5. Paterson, Lawrence Free State, 74; 6. Tyler Alt, Salina Central, 75; 7. Williams. Topeka West, '5; 8. Sienklewicz, Bishop Miege, 75; 9. Fergu- on, Kapaun, 75; 10. Ryan Rackley, Salina Cen- ral, 76; 11. Long, Andover, 76; 12. Davenport, Fort Scott, 76; 13. Wright, Bishop Carroll, 76; 14. teilch, Kapaun, 76; 15. Ben Mitchell, McPheron, 76; 16. (tie) Peal, St. Thomas Aquinas; Hill, Liberal; Pat Dreler, Salina Central; Carney, Bish)p Carroll; Barberich, Pittsburg, 77. Other Sallna Central scores — Jamie Bar- nail 83, Adam Lebahn 89, Steve Wilson 89. CLASS 4A At Hesston Municipal Golf Course Par 71 Team scores 1. Ellsworth 309 (Ryan Peschka 74, Pat Hammel 76, Justin Maddux 79, Mark Kohls 83, Chris Worrell 92, Judd Bircher 80); 2. DeSoto 314-86 Nick Meyer 79, Ben Laster 76, Jim Nolan 97, John Biggerslatl 86, Lane Erickson 77, Scott Cramer 82); 3. Augusta 314-89 (Scott Sayre 71, Marshall Roney 71, Gunner Swendson 86, Mike Nor* 86, Jim McNutt 91, Matt Wedan 89); 4. Gamett 316-85; 5. Abilene 316-68; 6. Thomas More Prep-Marian 320; 7. Holton 322; 8. Kingman 325; 9. Council Qrove 328; 10. Wellington 330; 11. Ottawa 333; 12. Hiawatha 338. Individual medalists 1. Scott Sayre, Augusta, 71 (won playollj; 2. Marshall Roney, Augusta, 71; 3. Graig Sells, tarysville, 72 (won playoff); 4. Phillip Williams, Hollon, 72; 5. Jeff Kolb, Larned (won three-way playoff), 73; 6. Nick Underwood, Lamed, 73 (fin- shed second in three-way playoff); 7. John Sparry, Hesston, 73; 8. Tyler Bacon, Circle, 74 won playoff); 9. Ryan Peschka, Ellsworth, 74; 10. Justin Buchman, Gamett, 75 (won playoff); 1. Jeremy Brady, Clearwater, 75; 12. (tie) John Kerbs, Abilene, 76; Ethan Harrington, Gamett, '6; Ben Laster, DeSoto, 76; Pat Hammel, •llsworth, 76; Pat Amon, Hollon, 76; Tim Helm, (ingman, 76; Jared Beets, Ottawa, 76; 19. (tie) lory Horton, Council Grove, 77; Lane Erickson, JeSolo, 77; Matt Brungardt, Thomas More Prep, 77; Jonathan Ziolo, Kansas City Piper, 77. Other Abilene scores — Tale Wyatt 78, Tom Angulano 80, Austin Thayer 82, Shawn Wyatt 88, Dustln Benton 94. Other Thomas More Prep scores — B.J. Soil 78, Paul Prewo 80, Lee Hoffman 85, Ryan Jacobs 66, Doug Donner 87. CLASS 3A At Rolling Meadows Golf Course Junction City Team scores Wichita Collegiate 329 (Joe Ftheem 79, Chris Mathewson 81, Justin Turner 63, Justin Elkouri 86, Anthony Isaac 86, Scott Kice 89); Ellinwood 346 (Jeremy Long 79, Heath Bowman 66, Kody Kirkpatrick 85, Wayne Rush 96, Brad Fullbrighl 105, Damian Knopp 115); Smith Center 349 [Gage Zierlein 86, Matt Davidson 77, B.J. Ballhorst 93, Shawn Phelps 93, Cameron Conant 102, Phil Weltmer 108); Erie 355; Belleville 360; Oberlin 362; Lakin 369; Medicine Lodge 370; Nemaha Valley 374; Jefferson West 374; Caney Valley 389; Lyndon 393. Individual medalists 1. Mickey Carpenter, Neodesha, 76; 2. Travis Hurst, Erie, 76; 3. Chris McGown, Jayhawk-Linn, 77; 4. Sean Kadel, Lyons, 77; 5. Matt Davidson, Smith Center, 77; 6. Jeremy Long, Ellinwood, 79; 7. Joe Rheem, Wichita Collegiate, 79; 6. Kelly Hoover, Phillipsburg, 79; 9. Grant Vollertson, Oberlin, 60; 10. Chris Mathewson, Wichita Collegiate, 81; 11. Justin Turner, Wichita Collegiate, 83; 12. Taylor Trogstad, Trego, 83; 13. Kurt Childs, Belleville, 63; 14. Brett Aten, Oberlin, 84; 15. Mike Carroll, Hoisington, 84; 16. Mark Downing, Jefferson West, 85; 17. Selh Ogle, Cherryvale, 65; 18. Travis Glassman, Oakley, 85; 19. Kody Kirkpatrick, Ellinwood, 85; 20. Jerry Johnson, Southwestern Heights, 66. Other Belleville scores — Couture 89, Sells 89, Anderson 99, Poole 103, Hardenberger 121. Other Oberlin scores — Woolsey 97. Lincoln 101, Anderson 114, Fortine 120. CLASS 2-1A At Sallna Municipal GC, Par 35-35-70 Team scores Syracuse 311, Ellis 311, Wichita Independent 321, Hoxie 322, Ness City 330, Stockton 331, Sacred Heart 335, Elkhart 338, Pleasanton 339, Hutchinson Trinity 341, Washington 345, Pittsburg-Colgan 348. Individual medalists C.Mickelson, Ellis 32-39-71 Cline, Berean Academy 37-34-71 Kruslch, Pitt-Colgan 38-36-74 Ferguson, Wichita Indep. 36-38-74 Pope, Hoxie 36-39-75 Mathias, Syracuse 36-40-76 Eves, Sublette 38-38-76 Thompson, Syracuse 39-37-76 Mergen, Sacred Heart 36-41-77 Donovan, Rossville 39-38-77 Feldt, Hoxie 39-39-78 Jenkins, Elkhart 37-41-78 Neumann, Ellis 40-38-78 Perez, Stockton 40-38-78 Thaxton, Colony-Crest 39-39-78 Base, Ness City 40-39-79 Gale, Syracuse 39-40-79 Wilson, Osbome 38-41-79 Harder, Elkhart 43-37-80 Lyman, Syracuse 43-37-80 Other individual results ELLIS - Fisher 42-39-81, Luea 41-40-81 S.Mickelson 46-50-96, Schuster 49-50-99. ELKHART - Graybill 46-45-91, Boone 42 47-89, Bellomy 46-44-90, Coen 46-49-95. HOXIE - Karnes 47-39-86, Nondorf 41 43-84, Gasper 42-43-85, Schaler 46-39-85. HUTCHINSON TRINITY - Young 38-45-83 Smee 44-42-86, Godina 42-44-86, Mclnturf 41-45-86, Ybarra 57-56-113, Arnhold 61 60-121. NESS CITY - Caskey 42-39-81. Stoecklein 41-43-84, Sekavec 39-47-86, Nichepor 51 50-101, Booze 46-44-90. PLEASANTON - Ellis 40-47-87, Johnson 43 39-42, Hayes 43-43-86, Basora 43-46-89, Ral ty 43-41-84, Kluck 53-44-97. PITTSBURG-COLGAN - Lundy 48-49-97 Turner 45-48-93, Booshehri 43-43-86. Lloyi 48-47-95, Comeau 49-50-99. SACRED HEART - Prickett 50-40-90, Knipp 43-41-84, Roemer 45-43-88, Hellmer 49 46-95, Evel 43-43-66. STOCKTON - Bellerive 41-43-84, Look 43 46-89, Hageman 40-43-83, Muir 46-46-92 Foster 43-43-86. SYRACUSE - Schell 40-45-85, Schweterman 43-40-83. WASHINGTON - Dean 41-42-83. Chapin 41 44-85, Potts 47-49-96, Uhlrich 45-44-89. Wolf gang 48-45-93, Knedlik 46-42-88. WICHITA INDEPENDENT - Bloomer 40 41-81, Damiris 44-38-82, Norton 45-47-92 Metz 39-45-84, Spurrier 50-49-99. ATWOOD-Terry 44-46-90. CENTRALIA-Allen 41-47-88. CENTRE-Utting 42-41-83. FRONTENAC - Grant 46-48-94. INMAN - Martens 44-49-93. NORTHERN VALLEY - Hammond 42-42-84 ONAGA - Baxter 46^8-94. OSBORNE - Bihlmaier 41 -40-81. PRETTY PRAIRIE - Albnght 43-43-86. PROTECTION - Murphy 42-51-93. STANTON COUNTY - Brady 43-43-86. VALLEY HEIGHTS - Johannes 38-42-80, Williams 44-41-85. SAND GREENS AT LA CROSSE COUNTRY CLUB Team scores 1. Chase County 287 (Alexander 71, Palenske '1, Adcock 72, Ingalls 73, Watts 75, Tastove 18); 2. Downs 292 (Foster 71, Schmltt 73, /.Doane 74, Stevens 74, Long 84, C.Doane 88); 3. La Crosse 299 (Stevens 71, Urban 75, Felder 76, Stephens 77, Baalman 81, Randa 65); 4. Mankato 311, 5. Frankfort 312, 6. Dlghton 323, 7. Jetmore 336, 6. Waconda East 337, 9. Peabody-Bums 354. Individual medalists 1. Stanley, Dlghton, 68; 2. Foster, Downs, 71; I. Palenske, Chase County, 71; 4. Stevens, La Crosse, 71; 5. Alexander, Chase County, 71; 6. Adcock, Chase County, 72; 7. Schmitl, Downs, '3; 8. Ingalls, Chase County, 73; 9. Dressman, Frankfort, 74; 10. Stevens, Downs, 74; 11. V.Doane, Downs, 74; 12. Urban, La Crosse, 75; 3. Watts, Chase County, 75; 14. Webb, Manka- o, 75; 15. Anderson, Frankfort, 75; 16. Old, 'ates Center, 75; 17. Verbas, Mankato 75; 18. Felder, La Crosse, 76; 19. Hankins, Cheylin, 77; 20. Stephens, La Crosse, 77. Other Mankato scores — Gilletl 60, Freeman 81, Loomis 86, Dauner 88. Other Waconda Esst scores — Schlaefll 78, Miller 84, Ochs 87, Thomas 88, Thompson 90, Armknect 96. Lincoln —Melli S3 Tlpton— Streit88. Cycling Local results BROTHEHTON TIME TRIALS 1. Steve Glavin 24:08,2. Mike White 24:43,3. Ross Livingston 25:23, 4. Maurice Gosselln 25:45; 5. Ron Emmot 26:04; 6. Shawn Jones 26:16; 7. Mike Griffin 26:38; 8. Richard Heczko 26:39; 9. Lee Shaw 26:40; 10. Skip Elser 27:08; 11. Austin Elser 18:11; 12. Larry Slmonson. 28:19; 13. Dan Lawson 28:22; 14. Bill Shirk 28:46; 15. Rod Gruber 30:43; 16. Pete Sias 32:15. Next race, — 7 p.m., June 9. Tennis French Open HOW SEEDED PLAYERS FARED PARIS (AP) — How the seeded players fared Tuesday at the French Open tennis championships at Roland Garros Stadium: Men First Round Mariano Zabaleta, Argentina, del. Petr Korda (2), Czech Republic, 6-0,6-3,3-6,4-6,6-3. Patrick Rafter (4), Australia, del. Sebastian Lareau, Canada, 6-7 (5-7), 3-6,6-1,6-3,6-2. Gustavo Kuerten (8), Brazil, del. Charles Auffray, France, 6-0,6-2,6-2. Richard Krajicek (10), Netherlands, del. Nicolas Lapentti, Ecuador, 6-4,6-4,6-7 (2-7), 7-6 (7-5). Michael Chang (11), Mercer Island, Wash., del. Alex Calatrava, Spain, 7-5,6-3,6-2. Alex Corretja (14), Spain, def. Karim Alaml, Morocco, 6-3,6-2,0-6,6-4. Alberto Berasategul (16), Spain, def. Grant Stafford, South Africa, 4-6,7-6 (9-7), 6-3,6-1. Women First Round Lindsay Davenport (2), Newport Beach, Calif., def. Kimberly Po, Incline Village, Nov., 6-2,6-2. Arantxa Sanchez Vlcarlo (4), Spain, def. Jana Kandarr, Germany, 6-2,7-5. Patty Schnyder, Switzerland, def. Amanda Co- etzer (5), South Africa, 6-4,3-6,8-6. Monica Seles (6), Sarasota, Fla., del. Annabel Ellwocd, Australia, 6-0,6-2. Conchita Martinez (7), Spain, def. Magalie Lamarre, France, 6-1, 6-1. Mary Pierce (11), France, def. Sabine Appelmans, Belgium, 6-2, M. Sandrine Testud (14), France, def. Samantha Reeves, Monona, Wis., 2-6,6-2,6-3. Dominique Van Roost (15), Belgium, del. Magdalena Grzybowska, Poland, 7-5,3-6,64. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 23 Buffalo 2, Washington 0, Buffalo leads series 1-0 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 Dallas 3, Detroit 1, series tied 1-1 Thursday, May 28 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.ro. (ESPN) Friday, May 29 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, May 30 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) General Letters of intent BETHANY ATHLETE —Mark Talbott. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Smoky Valley HS. SPORT —Football, tennis. NOTES — Two-times all-league in football, two-times state qualifier In tennis, two-times Mid- Central League singles champion. ATHLETE — Traci L Talbott. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Smoky Valley HS. SPORT — Women's basketball, tennis. NOTES — Team leader in assists and steals, Mid-Central League singles champion, four- limes state qualifier. ATHLETE — Matthew Johnson. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Highland CC, BV Randolph HS. SPORT —Football, track. EVENT —Javelin. NOTES — Nemaha Valley League javelin champion, first-team all-league in football. ATHLETE —Andy Walker. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Pratt HS. SPORT —Tennis. NOTES — Two-limes state qualifier. ATHLETE — Brian Marthiliohni. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Coppell HS, Coppell, Texas. SPORT —Football. POSITION — Linebacker/defensive end NOTES — Named all-district sophomore, junior, senior seasons. Team captain his senior year and Defensive Line Player of the Year. ATHLETE — Shane Sanders. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Midwest City HS, Midwest City, Okla. SPORT —Football. POISmON— Guard NOTES —1995 team won the Class 6A state championship. 1996 team finished second in 6A playoffs. Named the team's Outstanding Lineman of the Year in 1994. Was named all-district and all-conference as a senior. ATHLETE — Joseph "Joey" Ginn. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Choclaw HS, Choctaw, Okla. SPORT —Football. POISITION — Outside linebacker. NOTES — Named all-District 6A-1 first team and Big All Cily honorable mention. Named team captain and Defensive Player of the Year as a senior. Led his team in tackles In 1996 and '97. ATHLETE — Jason Arnold. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Union HS, Tulsa, Okla. SPORT — Football. POISITION — Linebacker. NOTES — Named all-district honorable mention. CLOUD COUNTY ATHLETE — Ttisha Shoemaker. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Minneapolis HS. SPORT — Woman's basketball. POSITION — forward. HOT —5-10. STATS — 8.2 ppg, 5 rpg, 49 percent field goal shooting, 67 percent free throw shooting. NOTES —All-league NCAA. ATHLETE —Abbey Jordan. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Silver Lake HS. SPORT — Softball. POSITION — infielder. HOT —5-4. NOTES — All-Mid-East League. SPORTS DIGEST Abrams leads Stanford to NCAA tennis crown By The Associated Press ATHENS, Ga. — Geoff Abrams won both his singles and doubles matches Tuesday and Stanford completed an unbeaten season with its fourth consecutive NCAA men's tennis championship. Stanford (28-0) captured its 16th men's tennis championship, the most of any school, with a 4-0 victory over Georgia. The Cardinal shut out all four opponents in the 16-team, single-elimination tournament. The Cardinal established early momentum by winning the doubles point. Paul Goldstein and Ryan Wolters defeated Georgia's Hisham Hemeda and Sherif Zaher 8-2 and Abrams and Charles Hoeveler beat Joey Pitts and Michael Lang 8-4. In singles, Stanford sophomore Bob Bryan scored a quick 6-1,6-4 victory over Steven Baldas, who had beaten Bryan twice during the regular season. Abrams beat Pitts 6-3,6-0 and Mike Bryan clinched the title with a 7-5,6-3 victory over Hemeda. NEW YORK — Mark McGwire of the St. Louis Cardinals was selected as NL player of the week Monday after hitting eight homers from May 1824. McGwire, who leads the majors with 25 homers, had 15 RBIs last week and 10 runs, while hitting .423 (ll-for-26) with a 1.346 slugging percentage and .531 on-base percentage. McGwire, the NL player of the month for April, became the first player ever to hit 25 homers before June 1. It was the third NL player of the week award for McGwire, his second this season. Detroit's Damion Easley was chosen the AL player of the week, after batting .367 (ll-for-30) with four homers and 14 RBIs. Basketball COLUMBIA, S.C. — Eddie Fogler has been given a third straight extension of his five-year contract as basketball coach at South Carolina. With it came a $10,000 raise that pushed Fogler's base and supplemental salaries to $155,000 a year. The ' latest extension keeps the contract going until af- ', ter the 2002-03 season. . ; KARLSRUHE, Germany — Player of the Year Chamique Holdsclaw of Tennessee scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds Tuesday as the United States opened play in Group B of the Women's World Championships with a 95-89 victory over Japan. Five other players scored in double figures for the United States, which struggled throughout the first half before putting away the • much smaller Japanese. ', Football LOS ANGELES — Walt Disney Co. chairman Michael Eisner is the latest big name to declare. , interest in bringing an NFL franchise back to Los Angeles. Eisner believes the city should have an expansion team and he endorsed the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum as the place it could play. Eisner met earlier this month with league officials about getting involved in the effort to bring a team to Los Angeles. Hockey DALLAS — Bob Bassen, Greg Adams and Guy Carbonneau scored goals and Ed Belfour had 27 saves Tuesday night as the energetic Dallas Stars rebounded from an opening-game shutout to beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-1 and even the Western. , Conference finals. Games 3 and 4 of the best-of-7 series will be played in Detroit on Friday night ,, and Sunday. Goals by Adams and Bassen gave the Stars a 2-1 lead over the defending Stanley Cup *-. champions through two periods. Carbonneau -"' scored into an empty net with 11 seconds left after Detroit had pulled goalie Chris Osgood. The acrobatic Belfour took over the game in the third peri-' od and made 10 saves, including a pad save on a ; breakaway by Kirk Maltby at 11:11 after Mike Modano turned the puck over. Olympics Athletes would find it harder to sue for a berth in the Olympics and similar events under a pro- ' posed change in the federal law that governs amateur sports in the United States. The proposal from Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, would bar courts from issuing injunctions against the U.S. Olympic Committee over athlete participation within 30 days of the start of the Olympics, Paralympics or Pan American Games if the USOC formally declared it could not settle the dispute in time. Such a measure, part of a broad-based rewriting of the 20-year-old Amateur Sports Act, could have saved the USOC from one of its most embarrassing re-. cent moments — clearing the way for Tonya Harding to compete in the 1994 Winter Games after the' figure skater filed a $25 million lawsuit against the committee just days before the event began. • , Swimming LONDON — Irish swimmer Michelle Smith should not have to face charges of manipulating her drug test because no banned substances were found in her backup urine sample, her lawyer said Tuesday. Peter Lennon said Smith should be cleared on "reasonable doubt." He said the triple Olympic gold medalist will seek arbitration or go . to court unless FINA, swimming's ruling body, withdraws its accusations. 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