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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1998 D3 HIGH SCHOOL TRACK HONOR ROLL V HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD: STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW Boys 100-METER DASH Newman, Salina Central (5A) 10.40 Appelhans, Hill City (2A) 10.44 Moore, Hays (5A) 10.57 Essllnger, Concordla (4A) 10.60 Felver, Goodland (4A) 10.70 Wilson, Oakley (3A) 10.79 •Dlckson, Southeast-Saline (3A) . .10.60 Pfeller, Colby (4A) 10.87 Pruden, Smith Center (3A) 10.92 Carson, Clay Center (4A) 10.94 200-METER DASH Appelhans, Hill City (2A) 21.24 Newman, Salina Central (5A)... .21.40 Moore, Hays (5A) 21.41 Felver, Goodland (4A) 21.77 Pfeifer, Colby (4A) 21.92 Esslinger, Concordia (4A) 22.00 Dickson, Southeast-Saline (3A) . .22.25 Sheets, Colby (4A) 22.31 Young, Salina South (5A) 22.46 Bricker, Lucas-Lumy (iftj 22.50 Carson, Clay Center (4A) 22.50 400-METER DASH Newman, Salina Central (5A) 49.28 Carter, Oakley (3A) 49.31 Dickson, Southeast-Saline (3A) . .49.67 Felver, Goodland (4A) 50.07 Whitney, Russell (4A) 50.20 Chance, Bennington (1A) 50.40 Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 50.62 Bossert, Colby (4A) 50.93 Rush, Brewster (1A) 51.00 Sheets, Colby (4A) 51.10 800-METER RUN Bishop, Smoky Valley (4A) ... .1:54.65 Sanders, Smoky Valley (4A) .. .1:56.78 Ca.Smith, Ellsworth (4A) 1:58.10 Bohm, TMP-Marian (4A) 1:59.10 Moos, Salina Central (5A) 1:59.50 Bossert, Colby (4A) 1:59.60 Schom, Salina Central (5A)... .1:59.70 Heller, Chapman (4A) 2:00.27 Ebert, Salina South (5A) 2:01.20 Porter, Quinter (2A) 2:01.60 1,600-METER RUN Bishop, Smoky Valley (4A) ... .4:22.31 Ca.Smith, Ellsworth (4A) 4:29.17 Moos, Salina Central (5A) 4:30.52 Orozco, Ellsworth (4A) 4:30.64 Cole, Russell (4A) 4:34.38 Lamia, Salina South (5A) 4:34.90 Porter, Quinter (2A) 4:35.72 Bossert, Colby (4A) 4:36.10 Pingel, Beloit (4A) 4:36.17 Foltz, Abilene (4A) 4:39.60 3,200-METER RUN Orozco, Ellsworth (4A) 9:58.26 Tedford, Goodland (4A) 10:00.95 Co.Smith, Ellsworth (4A) 10:03.60 Cole, Russell (4A) 10:13.66 Craig, Southeast-Saline (3A). .10:14.05 Moos, Salina Central (5A) ... .10:16.96 Chatfield, Belleville (3A) 10:17.81 Engelbert, Beloit (4A) 10:19.63 Porter, Quinter (2A) 10:20.42 Kendall, Phillipsburg (3A) ... .10:21.06 110-METER HURDLES Paul, Chapman (4A) 14.00 Carter, Oakley (3A) 14.23 Cullens, Sharon Springs (1A)... .14.46 Penn, McPherson (5A) 14.60 Carlson, Atwood (2A) 14.62 Hein, TMP-Marian (4A) 14.70 Reitz, Goodland (4A) 14.78 Worcester, Hill City (2A) 15.02 Getting, Tesco«(1 A) 15.05 McGinnis, Beloit (4A) 15.10 300-METER HURDLES Carter, Oakley (3A) 38.31 Paul, Chapman (4A) 38.80 Riley, Hill City (2A) 39.58 Kolman, Hillcrest (1A) 40.50 McGinnis, Beloit (4A) 40.50 Stiles, McPherson (5A) 40.50 Bieker, TMP-Marian (4A) 40.70 Kohl, Ellis (2A) 40.90 Belts, Southeast-Saline (3A) ... .41.05 Young, Salina Central (5A) 41.11 400-METER RELAY Hill City (2A) 43.21 Hays (5A) 43.30 Salina South (5A) 43.30 Salina Central (5A) 43.68 Goodland (4A) 43.69 Concordia (4A) 43.70 McPherson (5A) 43.80 Oakley (3A) 43.82 Colby (4A) 43.88 Smith Center (3A) 44.00 T FOOTBALL 1,600-METER RELAY Colby(4A) 3:25.74 Salina South (5A) 3:27.50 Hays (5A) 3:28.72 Oakley (3A) 3:28.80 Salina Central (5A) 3:28.83 Hill City (2A) 3:30.10 Ellsworth (4A) 3:30.90 Quivira Heights (1A) 3:31.20 Chapman (4A) 3:31.40 Brewster (1 A) 3:31.90 3,200-METER RELAY Salina Central (5A) 8:13.06 Smoky Valley (4A) 8:13.12 Chapman (4A) 8:17.10 Quivira Heights (1A) 8:25.10 Sharon Springs (1A) 8:25.10 North Central (1A) 8:25,91 Hoxle (2A) 8:28.80 Ellsworth (4A) 8:28.91 Wheatland(IA) 8:30.30 Herington (3A) 8:30.90 DISCUS Thompson, Beloit (4A) 194-7 Jones, Logan (1A) 182-6 Zimmerman, Concordia (4A) 162-7 Phllpot, Norton (3A) 161-3 Letoumeau, Concordia (4A) 159-2 Butler, Salina South (5A) 158-3 Joy, Hillcrest (1 A) 157-6 Fell, Lucas-Luray (1A) 156-5 Heri, Hays (5A) 156-5 Danielson, Lenora (1A) 154-9 HIGH JUMP Honas, Ellis (2A) 6-8'A Kruse, Washington (2A) 6-7 Vi Dolton, Lucas-Luray (1A) 6-6% Hale, McPherson (5A) 6-6 Miller, Tescott(1 A) 6-6 Zotti, Herington (3A) 6-6 Barta, Smith Center (3A) 6-5 Faylor, St. Francis (2A) 6-5 JAVELIN G.File, Beloit (4A) 216-8 Letoumeau, Concordia (4A) 209-11 Rohr, Hanover (1A) 208-9 Joy, Hillcrest (1 A) 202-5 Riedy,Hope(1A) 198-2 Heri, Victoria (2A) 195-6 Schwarz, Southeast-Saline (3A). .187-4 Smith, Osbome (2A) 185-3 Thompson, Beloit (4A) 181-5 Siemsen, Belleville (3A) 179-6 LONG JUMP Newman, Salina Central (5A) 23-4 Gray, Beloit (4A) 22-4'A Ziegler, Trego (3A) 22-2% Moore, Hays (5A)' 22-2 O'Hara, Hill City (2A) 22-1% Cullens, Sharon Springs (1 A) 22-1 Wlson, Oakley (3A) 21-6 Randolph, Hoxie (2A) 21-5% Barta, Smith Center (3A) 21-4% McGinnis, Beloit (4A) 21-4% POLE VAULT Milhon, Russell (4A) 14-3% Lewis, Concordia (4A) 14-3 Young, St. Francis (2A) 14-3 Breault, Concordia (4A) 13-9 Goseland, Chapman (4A) 13-9 Kindel, Concordia (4A) 13-8 Klima, Belleville (3A) 13-7 Baker, Washington (2A) 13-6 Stites, McPharson (5A) 13-6 Tuttle, Quinter (2A) 13-6 Welsh, Sharon Springs (1 A) 13-6 Werth, Quinter (2A) 13-6 SHOT PUT Thompson, Beloit (4A) 64-6 V> Letoumeau, Concordia (4A) 56-9 Butler, Salina South (5A) 56-2% Shaver, Hays (5A) 55-2 Philpot, Norton (3A) 54-5% G.File, Beloit (4A) 53-6'A Zimmerman, Concordia (4A) 53-4 Heri, Hays (5A) 52-6% Joy, Hillcrest (1 A) 52-0 Bums, Clay Center (4A) 51-8% TRIPLE JUMP Gray, Beloit (4A) 45-4% Cullens, Sharon Springs (1 A).. .45-0% Koehn, Canton-Galva (2A) 44-3 Huntsinger, Mankato (2A) 44-1 % O'Hara, Hill City (2A) 43-10 Randolph, Hoxie (2A) 43-8 McGinnis, Beloit (4A) 43-7'A Vogel, Hillsboro (3A) 43-2'A Long, Quinter (2A) 43-1 % Barta, Smith Center (3A) 43-0'A Jueneman, Hanover (1A) 43-0'A 100-METER DASH Kuhn, Smith Center (3A) 12.05 Milum, Minneapolis (3A) 12.45 Teeter, Grinnell (1A) 12.50 Schneider, Abilene (4A) 12.60 Stams, TMP-Marian (4A) 12.60 Degenhardt, Russell (4A) 12.70 Glaser, Quivira Heights (1 A) ... .12.70 Stuart, St. Francis (2A) 12.74 Bradley, Downs (1 A) 12.80 Courtney, Oakley (3A) 12.80 Wilcox, Marion (3A) 12.80 200-METER DASH Degenhardt, Russell (4A) 25.27 Kuhn, Smith Center (3A) 25.70 Frost, Salina Central (5A) .25.90 Anderson, Concordia (4A) 26.00 Eck, St. John's Beloit (1 A) 26.00 Brockman, Clay Center (4A) ....26.12 Milum, Minneapolis (3A) 26.39 Cook, Obertin (3A) 26.45 Glaser, Quivira Heights (1 A) ... .26.60 Wilcox, Marion (3A) 26.60 400-METER DASH Teeter, Grinnell (1 A) 59.00 Eck, St. John's Beloit (1 A) 59.64 Grace, Beloit (4A) 59.96 Anderson, Concordia (4A) ... .1:00.00 J.Williams, Salina Central (5A) .1:00.00 Holzwarth, St. Francis (2A) —1:00.20 Stephenson, Colby (4A) 1:00.28 Milum, Minneapolis (3A) 1:00.29 Strecker, Hays (5A) 1:00.30 Crayton, Moriand (1A) 1:00.50 800-METER RUN Dubols, Russell (4A) 2:22.70 Pederson, McPherson (5A) .. .2:24.10 Stephens, Colby (4A) 2:24.90 Block, Clay Center (4A) 2:25.12 Rome, TMP-Marian (4A) 2:25.80 J.Williams, Salina Central (5A) .2:26.39 Nelson, Solomon (1A) 2:26.50 Pratt, Salina South (5A) 2:26.70 Ferguson, Clay Center (4A) .. .2:26.90 Welsh, Sharon Springs (1A) .. .2:27.60 1,600-METER RUN Nelson, Solomon (1A) 5:25.20 Dubois, Russell (4A) 5:27.27 Pederson, McPherson (5A) .. .5:29.00 Ferguson, Clay Center (4A) .. .5:29.46 J.Williams, Salina Central (5A) .5:33.70 Stephens, Colby (4A) 5:35.00 McCumber, Salina South (5A) .5:36.82 Hodgson, Washington (2A)... .5:37.30 Moore, Marion (3A) 5:38.10 Pratt, Salina South (5A) 5:38.80 3,200-METER RUN Cott, Clay Center (4A) 11:55.10 Ferguson, Clay Center (4A) . .12:07.49 Taylor, Marion (3A) 12:22.71 Dietz, Osbome (2A) 12:27.52 Walter, Norton (3A) 12:29.60 Ross, Golden Plains (1A) ... .12:32.27 Brady, SE-Saline (3A) 12:36.65 Stever, McPherson (5A) 12:37.00 Smith, McPherson (5A) 12:37.20 Catlln, Clay Center (4A) 12:38.54 100-METER HURDLES Eck, St. John's Beloit (1A) 14.66 Ruggiero, Smoky Valley (4A)... .14.80 Cox, Norton (3A) 15.20 Baldwin, McPherson (5A) 15.30 Ferris, Abilene (4A) 15.60 Robinson, Hays (5A) 15.60 Charbonneau, Phillipsburg (3A) . .15.82 Beydler, Trego (3A) 15.84 Chaffee, Clay Center (4A) 15.89 Heinrich, Grinnell (1A) 15.90 300-METER HURDLES Eck, St. John's Beloit (1A) 45.19 Ferris, Abilene (4A) 45.80 Ruggiero, Smoky Valley (4A)... .46.29 Baldwin, McPherson (5A) 46.90 Latham, Triplains (1A) 47.26 Cox, Norton (3A) 47.50 Sowers, St. Francis (2A) 47.50 Ohlde, Clay Center (4A) 47.60 Wiley, TMP-Marian (4A) 47.60 James, McPherson (5A) 47.90 400-METER RELAY TMP-Marian (4A) 50.10 Clay Center (4A) 50.41 Salina Central (5A) 50.81 McPherson (5A) 50.90 Smith Center (3A) 51.00 Hillsboro (3A) 51.10 Beloit (4A) 51.20 Russell (4A) 51.30 Goodland (4A) 51.40 Trego (3A) 51.60 800-METER RELAY Clifton-Clyde (2A) 1:48.99 Pike Valley (1 A) 1:49.30 St. Francis (2A) 1:49.80 Plainville (2A) 1:50.40 Wilson (1A) 1:50.80 Hillsboro (3A) 1:51.02 Washington (2A) 1:51.57 Hoxle (2A) 1:51.90 Downs (1A) 1:52.20 Oakley (3A) 1:52.40 1,600-METER RELAY Hillsboro (3A) 4:06.90 Salina Central (5A) 4:07.00 Colby (4A) 4:07.30 Beloit(4A) ..4:08.20 Russell (4A) 4:09.20 McPherson (5A) 4:10.20 Clay Center (4A) 4:10.34 Concordia (4A) 4:11.98 Abilene (4A) .4:12.10 St. Francis (2A) 4:12.88 3,200-METER RELAY TMP-Marian (4A) 10:03.60 Clay Center (4A) 10:10.40 Oakley (3A) 10:13.00 Salina South (5A) 10:27.30 Marion (3A) 10:33.30 Goodland (4A) 10:34.86 Smith Center (3A) 10:35.50 Beloit (4A) 10:37.44 Ellsworth (4A) 10:40.33 Obertin (3A) 10:41.60 DISCUS Holloway, Russell (4A) 149-9 Brosius, Concordia (4A) 146-0 Dutt, Abilene (4A) 134-11 Powell, Salina Central (5A) 131-5 C.Triplett, Logan (1A) 128-9 Patterson, Smoky Valley (4A) ...125-9 Rilfel, Abilene (4A) 125-9 McCarren, Clifton-Clyde (2A) .. .123-8 Ade, Southeast-Saline (3A) 123-6 Leek, Washington (2A) 121-9 HIGH JUMP Manning, White Rock (1 A) 5-7 Robinson, Weskan(1 A) 5-7 Robinson, Hays (5A) 5-6 Abrams,Tesco«(1A) 5-4 Barrett, Jewell (1 A) 5-4 Ohlde, Clay Center (4A) 5-4 Nelson, Lenora (1 A) 5-3 Bennett, Marion (3A) 5-2 Cox, Norton (3A) 5-2 Schieke, St. Francis (2A) 5-2 JAVELIN StClair, Ellsworth (4A) 134-4 Parks, Moriand (1A) 134-2 Oetinger, Clay Center (4A) ... .132-10 Corwin, Osborne (2A) 131-11 Barrow, McPherson (5A) 131-6 Ade, Southeast of Saline (3A) .. .131-3 James, McPherson (5A) 128-7 Williams, Norton (3A) 128-7 Hagedom, Hanover (1 A) 128-2 Johnson, Colby (4A) 128-0 LONG JUMP Teeter, Grinnell (1 A) 18-4 Eck, St. John's Beloit (1 A) 18-1 % Chartier, McPherson (5A) 18-1 Frost, Salina Central (5A) 17-9 Vanek, TMP-Marian (4A) 17-5% T.Williams, Salina Central (5A) .17-5% Bowman, Clifton-Clyde (2A) .. .17-1 % Adam,Tipton(1A) 16-11'A Ostmeyer, Quinter (2A) 16-9% Bennett, Marion (3A) 16-9'A Hein, Hillsboro (3A) 16-9'A SHOT PUT C.Triplett, Logan (1A) 48-5'A Holloway, Russell (4A) 46-1 Raney, Pike Valley (1A) 41-4% S.Triplett, Logan (1A) 40-10 Stadel, Salina South (5A) 39-8'A Comeau, Plainville (2A) 38-7% Brosius, Concordia (4A) 38-3'A Bruna, Hanover (1 A) 37-8'A Barrow, McPherson (5A) 37-7% C.File, Beloit (4A) 37-4% TRIPLE JUMP Ferris, Abilene (4A) 37-3% Teeter, Grinnell (1A) 37-0% T.Williams, Salina Central (5A) .. .36-0 VanScoyoc, Clay Center (4A) . .35-7% Adam,Tipton(1A) 35-7% Anderson, Phillipsburg (3A)... .35-5% Bennett, Marion (3A) 34-11 % Llchty, Quinter (2A) 34-10% Robinson, Hays (5A) 34-10'A Clay Center to contend for a third straight title Tigers have qualifiers in 13 of 17 events; Russell also a factor in Class 4A By ARNE GREEN The Salina Journal STATE TRACK AND FIELD MEET SCHEDULE Eck, St. John's Beloit (1A) '.34-10 NBC, Turner will form own league Games are expected to start in the fall of 1999 and played on Sundays By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Shut out of the recent NFL television contract, NBC and Turner Sports announced Wednesday night that they will form their own league. NBC Sports anchor Hannah Storm read a statement making the announcement at halftime of the Chicago Bulls-Indiana Pacers playoff game. "General Electric and Time Warner announced tonight after several months of extensive study that NBC and Turner broadcasting are moving forward toward the creation of a new professional football league," the statement said. "We have agreed upon a clear vision of a working model and have appointed Dick Ebersol of NBC and Harvey Schiller of Turner Broadcasting to spearhead this effort. Both parties anticipate a complete announcement this fall." Under the latest NFL television deal signed in January, Fox, CBS, ABC and ESPN agreed to pay at least $17.6 billion in the next eight years for rights to the league's football games. NBC, which had been broadcasting professional football for the last 33 years, and Turner, which had been doing games for eight years, passed on their chances to remain in the NFL. Soon after, the networks announced that they were exploring the possibility of starting a new BRIEFLY league in the fall of 1999. The league, which would be owned by the two networks, would likely have between 10 and 12 teams in major U.S. cities. Its games are expected to be played on Sunday afternoons on NBC and Sunday nights on Turner's TNT. The league could also play games on additional nights on either TNT or TBS. Since the AFL merged with the NFL, other attempts at forming rival leagues have failed, including the World Football League, the United States Football League and the Canadian Football League's efforts to build up U.S. interest. And, after losing out to Fox on an NFL package four years ago, CBS explored an alternative pro football league, then scrapped the idea. WICHITA — If Clay Center's girls don't repeat as champions again this weekend at the Class 4A state track meet, it will not be from lack of opportunities. The other contenders might have more can't-miss gold medal prospects, but the key to the Tigers' success or failure comes down to sheer volume. "We've looked at the teams, and the ones we continue to come back to are Marysville, Russell and Girard," said Clay Center coach Tyler Nelson, whose Tigers outscored runner-up Girard 51-39 for the title last year. "Marysville is probably the favorite. They have some good athletes. "We're there. We have probably more entries than any other teams there. We've covered all but four events. But what it comes down to at state is that you still have to have great athletes who perform well." The all-class state meet starts at 8:30 a.m. Friday at Cessna Stadium. Track preliminaries and several field event finals are set for the first day with all track finals and the remaining field events on Saturday. Clay Center, which has qualifiers in 13 of 17 events, is again strong in the distances, led by Sara Ferguson and Stephanie Cott. Ferguson, the defending state champion in the 1,600 meters, qualified in both that event and the 800. Cott, won her regional in the 3,200 after finishing third at state a year ago. Nicole Ohlde is among the top qualifiers in the high jump and also made it in the 300 hurdles. Erica Chaffee will run the 100 hurdles, Kari Brockman the 200-meter dash and Abbey Block the 400, with Cindy VanScoyoc in the triple jump. Megan Oeting was a regional champ in the javelin and all three relay teams qualified. "It's just a matter if we move high enough," Nelson said. "Marysville could easily score 60 points. That's an awful lot of points to put together if you don't have three or four firsts." Marysville is led by freshman Courtney Bruna in the 100, 200 and 100 hurdles. Kendra Wecker, another freshman, was a regional champ in the javelin. Russell is led by senior thrower Andrea Holloway, the defending state champion in both the shot put and discus. The Broncos also are well represented on the track by Jessica Degenhardt in the 100 and 200, plus Leslie Dubois in the 800 and 1,600. Smoky Valley's Mary Ruggiero is the defending state champion in the 100-meter hurdles and also qualified in the 300 hurdles. Abilene's Abbey Ferris also qualified in both hurdles events. KSHSAA STATE MEET SCHEDULE At Cessna Stadium, Wichita Friday 8:30 a.m. — 4A boys long jump; 6A boys triple jump; 5A girls high jump; 5A pole vault; 4A girls discus; 6A girls shot put; 5A boys javelin. 9 a.m. — 4-5-6A girls 100m hurdles. 9:20 a.m. — 4-5-6A boys 110m hurdles. 9:45 a.m. — 4-5-6A girls 100m dash. 10 a.m. — 4-5-6A boys 100m dash; 5A boys long jump; 4A girls triple jump; 6A girls high jump; 5A girls discus; 4A boys shot put; 6A boys javelin. 10:15 a.m. — 4-5-6A boys 400m relay. 10:35 a.m. — 4-5-6A girls 400m relay. 10:55 a.m. — 4-5-6A girls 400m dash. 11:15 a.m. — 4-5-6A boys 400m dash. 11:30 a.m. — 6A boys long jump; 5A girls triple jump; 4A boys high jump; 6A pole vault; 6A girls discus; 5A boys shot put; 4A girls javelin. 11:40 a.m. — 4-5-6A girls 300m hurdles. 12:05 p.m. — 4-5-6A boys 300m hurdles. 12:30 p.m. — 4-5-6A girls 200m dash. 12:55 p.m. — 4-5-6A boys 200m dash. 1:15 p.m. — 4-5-6A girls 1,600m relay. 1:30 p.m. — 6A girls long jump; 4A boys triple jump; 5A boys high jump; 6A boys discus; 4A girls shot put; 5A girls javelin. 1:45 p.m. — 4-5-6 boys 1,600m relay. 3 p.m. — 1-2-3A girls 100m hurdles; 1A girls long jump; 3A boys triple jump; 2A boys high jump; 1A pole vault; 3A girls discus; 1A boys shot put; 2A girls javelin. 3:20 p.m. — 1-2-3A boys 110m hurdles. 3:45 p.m. — 1-2A girls 800m relay. 4:05 p.m. — 1-2-3A boys 100m dash. 4:20 p.m. — 1-2-3A girls 100m dash. 4:30 p.m. — 2A girls long jump; 1A boys triple jump; 3A girls high jump; 3A boys discus; 2A boys shot'put; 1A girls javelin. 4:35 p.m. — 1-2-3A boys 400m relay. 4:55 p.m. — 1-2-3A girls 400m relay. 5:15 p.m. — 1-2-3A girls 400m dash. 5:35 p.m. — 1-2-3A boys 400m dash. 6 p.m. — 1-2-3A girls 300m hurdles; 3A boys long jump; 2A boys triple jump; 1A girls high jump; 3A pole vault; 2A girls discus; 3A girls shot put; 1A boys javelin. 6:25 p.m. — 1-2-3A boys 300m hurdles. 6:55 p.m. — 1-2-3A girls 200m dash. 7:15 p.m. — 1-2-3A boys 200m dash. 7:35 p.m. — 1-2-3A girls 1,600m relay. 8:05 p.m. — 1-2-3A boys 1,600m relay. Saturday 8:30 a.m. — 4A girls, 4A boys, 5A girls, 5A boys, 6A girls, 6A boys, 1A girls, 1A boys, 2A girls, 2A boys, 3A girls & 3A boys 3,200m run; 1A boys long jump; 5A boys triple jump; 4A girls high jump; 2A pole vault; 1A girls discus; 2A girls shot put; 3A girls javelin. 10 a.m. — 3A girls long jump; 1A girls triple jump; 2A girls high jump; 4A boys dis-. cus; 5A girls shot put; 6A girls javelin. ' • 10:30 a.m. — Exhibition girls pole vault. 11:10 a.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A girls 100m hurdles. 11:30 a.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 110m hurdles. 11:50 a.m. — 1-2A girls 800m relay. 12 noon — 3-4-5-6A girls 3,200m relay; 5A girls long jump; 6A girls triple jump; 1A boys high jump; 2A boys discus; 1A girls shot put; 4A boys javelin. 12:30 p.m. — 4A pole vault. 12:55 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 3,200m relay. 1:30 p.m. — 2A boys long jump; 3A girls triple jump; 6A boys high jump; 1A boys discus; 6A boys shot put; 3A boys javelin. 1:55 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A girls 100m dash. 2:15 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 100m dash. 2:30 p.m. — 4A girls, 4A boys, 5A girls,, 5A boys, 6A girls, 6A boys, 1A girls, 1A . boys, 2A girls, 2A boys, 3A girls & 3A boys 1,600m run. 3 p.m. — 4A girls long jump; 2A girls triple jump; 3A boys high jump; 5A boys discus; 3A boys shot put; 2A boys javelin. 3:50 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A girls 400m relay. 4:20 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 400m relay. . • * 4:45 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A girls 400HL * dash. 5:05 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 400tn. dash. -' ' 5:30 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A girls 300m hurdles. 5:45 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 300m hurdles. 6 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A girls 800m run. 6:25 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 800m run. 6:45 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A girls 200m dash. 7 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 200m dash. 7:15 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A girls 1,600m relay. 7:55 p.m. — 1-2-3-4-5-6A boys 1,600m relay. Beloit's LeeAnne Grace won the 400 at the Abilene regional after finishing second at state last year. Grinnell in hunt for 1A crown Grinnell will try to ride the multi-event scoring ability of Merry Teeter and Crystal Heinrich to its second Class 1A title in three years. Teeter won four events and Heinrich one with a second-place finish at last week's regional, and both expect to score well at state. "I think we have a real good chance," said Grinnell coach Lynn Heinrich. "We know Bern is going to be tough and St. John's Beloit should be, but I think we should place. "(Teeter and Heinrich) had their best times at regionals. I think they're coming along real well." Teeter is the favorite to repeat as state champ in the long jump. She also has one of the top marks in the triple jump, 100-meter dash and 400. Heinrich, who missed last year's state meet with an injury, won the 100-meter hurdles at regionals and finished second to Ashley Latham in the 300 hur- dles. St. John's Beloit has a three- event threat in sophomore Lindsay Eck. Eck won regional titles in the long jump, 100-meter hurdles and 200-meter dash. She fell at.re- gionals and did not qualify to defend her 300-meter hurdles title. In the shot put, Chris Triplett's mark of 48-4 % is the best in Kansas since 1982. Jamie Nelson of Solomon, a second-place finisher at state in the 1,600 last year, won the Seneca regional in both the 1,600 and 800. The high jump could turn out to be a duel between defending champion Mackenzie Manning of White Rock and Carrie Robinson' of Weskan. Etc. In Class 3A, Smith Center's Erica Kuhn took first in both the 100 and 200 at the Smith Center regional while Norton's Jill Cox won the 100 hurdles. Lindsay Walter of Norton won both the 1,600 and 3,200 in the regional ... In Class 2A, St. Francis won a regional title at Hill City, led by Heather Sowers' first-place finishes in both hurdles events. State / County well represented FROM PAGE D1 Quisenberry to be inducted in Royals hall KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dan Quisenberry, who led the majors in saves from 1979-85, will be inducted into the Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame on Saturday before a home game against Oakland. Quisenberry, QUISENBERRY ^^8 for a malignant brain tumor. Royals officials have asked fans to bring donations of canned goods for a food drive as a tribute to Quisenberry. Between 1979 and 1988, Quisenberry, known for his "submarine" style of pitching, set a Royals record with 238 saves. That record has since been broken by Jeff Montgomery. Quisenberry retired in 1990. Chiefs sign 7th-round draft choice Warfield KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs have signed cornerback Eric Warfield to a three-year contract, the team announced Wednesday. Terms of the contract were not released. Warfield, 22, played three seasons for Nebraska, gaining 107 tackles, five interceptions, seven pass deflections and three blocked kicks. The 6-foot, 192- pound Warfield also returned an interception 28 yards against Tennessee in the Orange Bowl last season to secure the national title. Warfield was picked up by the Chiefs in the seventh round of the 1998 draft. He becomes Kansas City's first player signed from this year's draft. K-State's Dorodnova falls in quarterfinals SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Kansas State's Yana Dorodnova lost to fourth-seeded Vanessa Webb of Duke Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA singles championships at the Notre Dame's Courtney Tennis Center. Webb defeated porodnova 6-1, 6-3. Dorodnova, a senior from Moscow, Russia, won her first three matches to earn All-America honors. "It was unfortunate that this is my last match in college tennis, but I'm not too upset because it was a good tournament and she (Webb) is a good player," Dorod- nova said. "She uses a lot of topspin from the baseline and she also likes to come in. She's pretty successful at the net. My goal was to win rounds and become an All-American, and I accomplished that goal." Dorodnova was the first Kansas State player to win a match in the NCAA singles championships and the second player in school history to earn All-America honors. "It is a tremendous accomplishment for Yana," Kansas State coach Steve Bietau said. "There are a lot of schools in our conference and in the nation that have never had a player advance this far. I am really proud of Yana and was she has accomplished for herself and for her school." From Staff and Wire Reports "We're not going to change anything that we have been doing," Edwards said. "A lot of the kids continue to improve, and our thinking is we haven't peaked yet." Junior Michael Butler was a state medalist in the discus last year when he finished third, and is in contention to medal in both the shot put and discus this year. The Cougars could also score field event points from Luke Ross in the javelin and regional champion Ronnie Jackson in the triple jump. South's effort on the track will be led by Chris Young and Rob Rominger. Young qualified in the maximum four events and Rominger will run in three. Both will compete on South's 400 and 1,600 relays. Southeast of Saline's boys contingent is led by sophomore sprinter Jon Dickson. A double winner at regional, Dickson will compete in three events — the 100, 200 and 400 dashes — at the 3A state meet. The Trojans have a quality distance runner in Daniel Craig, while teammate Josh Betts will run in Friday's preliminaries in both hurdle races. The Sacred Heart boys, competing at the 1A state meet for the first time, have regional champion Jeremy Ryan in the long jump. Ryan will also run on the Knights 400 relay team. • Central's Tammy Williams and Christina Frost, and Southeast's Jody Ade each qualified for three events this weekend, and each will go into at least one event as a favorite after winning a regional title last week. Williams was a double winner in both the triple and long jumps, while Frost had her season-best time in winning the 200 dash. They will be among six Central girls competing at state, and all six could possibly return next season. "We've got some potential to do something with the girls," Goodwin said. "Plus, we don't have any seniors qualified and that's what is so amazing." Central junior Honesty Powell went nearly 15 feet beyond her previous personal best when she threw 131-5 and finished second in the discus at regional. The discus is one of three field events Ade will compete in for the Trojans. She was a 3A regional champion in the discus, finished second in the javelin and was third in the shot put. Southeast will also be represented by distance runners Kelly Jackson (1,600 run) and Leslie Brady (3,200). ;t The South girls will be represented in three events, with their top medal opportunity coming from senior Alison Stadel in the shot put. "We're awfully young on the girls side and when we get into that kind of a regional, it is going to be tough," Edwards said. "To ask a young team that did so v well at league to match that two weeks in a row is expecting a lot. We "got a lot of personal records, so what more could you ask for." Sacred Heart will have two individuals competing at state, including sophomore Heather Ryan running in Friday's 400 dash preliminaries and Saturday's 800 run. Ell-Saline's lone qualifier was junior Bridget White, who will have to make it through Friday's preliminary competition in the 400 dash. Vidricksen fires record 63 at Salina Country Club By The Journal Staff Salinan Bob Vidricksen had a record-setting round of golf Wednesday on his home course of Salina Country Club, establishing an 18-hole course record. Vidricksen's round of 31-32—63 bettered the previous record of 64, set by professional golfer Steve Gotsche of Great Bend at the 1993 Kansas Cellular Pro-am. Par at the SCC course is 36-35—71. "I was kind of lucky," Vidrick- sen said. "I didn't have any eagles and I birdied all the par 5s. I made some lucky shots to make pars at 14 and 15. "This is the best score I have ever had. I played real well on the front and then made some pressure putts on the back." Vidricksen had plenty of witnesses, playing in a fivesome with Ron Dawson, Chris Vogel, Frank Roth and Tyler Alt. "It was a competitive round," Vidricksen said. "I owe something to those guys, because they were very supportive."

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