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- 62 FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL Television EEoday's schedule _ BASEBALL •JM$0 p.m. — Ma|or League Baseball, Atlanta •TaTCWcago Cubs, WON. "" " "2:80 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World Series, Florida State vs. Arizona State, ESPN, I /able 38. • - 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Chicago ••"•White Sox at Detrort, WGN. 0,", fc30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World , Series, Miami, Fla. vs. Long Beach State, ES- PN2, cable 39. 9'vi BASKETBALL • . 8 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Chicago at Indiana, NBC, cable 3,13. t.~ !' • GOLF To (42:30 p.m. — PGA Golf, The Memorial Tour' Jiament, ESPN, cable 38. ""'Z'lSO p.m. — LPGA Golf, Wegman's i?Rochester International, ESPN2, cable 39. /n. i- . HOCKEY * • 6:30 p.m. — NHL PlayoHs. Dallas at Detroit, 1 C CSPN, cable 38. r .; f- TENNIS , ..' 9 a.m. — Tennis, French Open, USA, cable Baseball Standings Atlanta •*u - ' v' AMERICAN LEAGUE , East Division ~ • • ' W L Pet. GB ^•"New York 36 11 .766 — . ,Boston 29 21 .560 814 Toronto 27 25 .519 1114 u. Baltimore 24 28 .462 1414 '.'Tampa Bay 23 28 .451 15 Central Division •" W L Pet. GB ..ffCleveland 30 21 .588 — .Minnesota 23 27 .460 614 t<l Chicago 21 29 .420 B'/i '' 'Dftroit 19 29 .396 914 s,Kansas City 19 31 .360 1014 West Division *HlV- W L Pet. GB ..jf.Tfixas 31 20 .608 — .^Aftaheim 25 25 .500 514 »•'Seattle 24 28 .462 7% 'in Oakland 21 29 .420 914 , ,• Wednesday's Games Minnesota 6, Texas 5 Chicago White Sox 12, N.Y. Yankees 9 Kansas City 4, Anaheim 0 •^wOnly games scheduled • , Thursday's Games „ Chicago White Sox 11, Detroit 7,10 innings Cleveland 6, Toronto 2 Seattle 5, Tampa Bay 2 - Baltimore 5, Texas 2 n ' 'N.Y. Yankees 8, Boston 3 ' •• Friday's Games .... .Chicago White Sox (Bare 2-5) at Detroit '• (Sager 2-1), 6:05 p.m. - '"'Cleveland (Colon 3-3) at Toronto (Clemens 5- fc,y5)i 6:05 p.m. , r .S'eattle (R.Johnson 4-3) at Tampa Bay (Saun- -OideVs 1-4), 6:05 p.m. ' '--Texas (Sele 8-2) at Baltimore (Johns 0-1), "SJHpjn. Boston (Lowe 0-3) at N.Y. Yankees (Cone 6- V 11)16:35 p.m. , -. Oakland (Stein 1 -2) at Kansas City (Repp 4-4), "7:05 p.m. . -' .Anaheim (Finley 4-2) at Minnesota (Hawkins .q.AjtJi 7:05 p.m. - : NATIONAL LEAGUE --- East Division *;' i. W L Pet. GB 39 15 .722 — 28 20 .583 8 •-Philadelphia 25 25 .500 12 Montreal 19 33 .365 19 -•.''Florida 17 35 .327 21 •>•-! , Central Division '- , W L Pet. GB 'Houston 32 20 .615 — -, phicago 28 24 .538 4 St. Louis 27 24 .529 414 " Milwaukee 25 25 .500 6 Clianclnnati 24 29 .453 814 r ,.?ittsburgh 24 29 .453 8% West Division -vi. W L Pet. <3B San.Diego 33 20 .623 — ' 'Sfin.Francisco 30 23 .566 3 Los Angeles 26 26 .500 614 Colorado 22 31 .415 11 Arizona 16 36 .308 1614 Wednesday's Games Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 5 Philadelphia 10, Chicago Cubs 5 N.Y. Mets 8, Florida 2 Los Angeles 3, Houston 1 Atlanta 2, Montreal 0 Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 2,10 innings •St. Louis 2, Colorado 1 ,S,an Diego 6, Arizona 4 Thursday's Games (SI. Louis 4, Colorado 1 - , Philadelphia 8. Chicago Cubs 7 /'"Montreal 9, Atlanta 5 - ^! Cincinnati at Los Angeles (n) i -.,: Arizona at San Francisco (n) Friday's Games Atlanta (Glavine 7-2) at Chicago Cubs (Wood -5-2), 2:20 p.m. - N.Y. Mets (Reed 5-2) at Philadelphia (Beech •1C).'6:05 p.m. -^onlreal (Perez 4-3) at Pittsburgh (lieber 2- 16fc«:05 p.m. Florida (Hernandez 3-3) at Milwaukee (Juden 5-3),'7:05 p.m. • Houston (Hampton 6-2) at Colorado (Astacio '4-6)," 8:05 p.m. -Cincinnati (Tomko 5-3) at Los Angeles (Park 4r3), 9:05 p.m. St. Louis (Petkovsek 2-1) at San Diego (Hamil 'ion 3-5), 9:05 p.m. ,. /Arizona (Blair 2-7) al San Francisco (Estes 3 ' .QjjK35p.ni. American League "' WHITE SOX 11, TIGERS 7 y'<n - 10 Innings CHICAGO DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl "DrtTamJb 5111 Barteecf 4000 . -fatuso ss 5001 Tmbrln If 1113 - .FThmsdh 6010 Randa3b 5000 ' " 4110 Hggnsnrf 5110 VnluraSb 4121 ToClrkdh 5000 Snopek rf 0100 Easley 2b 5110 Crdero 1b 4332 LGnzIz If 4110 JAbbottrf 3110 Mantolb 3230 MOrdzrt 0000 JOtverc 2011 Cmeron cf 3101 Bako c 1001 Norton 3b 0100 DCruz ss 3000 • Kreuterc 4124 Cllnotto2b 1111 Totals 38111110 Totals 39796 'Chicago 110 000 050 4—11 ;, Detroit 000 011 005 0— 7 , E—Cordero (4), Manto (1), JOIiver (3). DP— Detroit 1. LOB— Chicago 7, Detroit 4. 2B— Cordero 2 (5), Higginson (13), Manlo 2 (2). , ,HB— Cordero (5), Tomberiin (2). SB— Durham (11), FThomas (3). S— MOrdonez. SF— Camso, Bako. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Sirolka 81-3 7 4 3 0 5 iPdul'ke 1-31 2200 KarphnerW.1-1 1 1-3 1 1 1 00 ' ' Detroit 'JThompson 72-3 9 4 4 1 4 Florie 0 13320 Brocail 1-31 0000 pilranL.0-1 1 01110 To'jones 1-303340 •Bpchtler 2-300001 Florie pitched to 3 batters in the 8th, Duran pitched to 1 batter in the 10th. - L H'BP— by Foulke (Manto). WP— Sirotka, .jihompson, Bochller. 'Umpires — Home, Brinkman; First, Cousins; Second, Culbreth: Third, Cooper. , ,.,1—3:17. A— 10,634 (46,945). • * '' YANKEES 8, RED SOX 3 •*BOSTON NEW YORK abrhbl 5130 5010 abrhbl 4330 4110 4122 2000 4111 3000 0000 5121 4110 f uavm ID 4010 Totals 38 313 3 Totals 348114 Boston 000 120 000-3 201 210 02x-8 ), MVaughn (4), DSveum (2). i UP—Boston 1, New York 1. LOB—Boston 9, York 11. 2B—O'Leary (11), Bragg (11), i J^Oioblauch 2 (9), O'Neill (16). HR—MVaughn Leyritz (8), Strawberry (6), Posada (6). •DLewis (7), Knoblauch (12), DJeler (13), ill (6). CS—Varitek (1). SF—O'Neill. Totals . Boston " NJwYork Knblch2b DJeter ss O'Neill rf BWIImscf Stmbrdh Raines If Curtis If Posada c Sop 3D DSvm 1b 38 313 3 Totals IP H RER BB SO Boston Vakefleld L.6-2 31-3 7 5 4 4 2 Wasdin 22-3 2 1 1 1 0 arkley 12-322120 larces 1-300010 New York 3WellsW,7-1 7 10 3 3 1 5 itanlonS.5 2 30002 WP—Wakelield. PB—Varitek. Umpires—Home, Clark; First, Hlrschbeck; Second, Barrett; Third, Joyce. T—3:12. A—42,182 (57,545). INDIANS 6, BLUE JAYS 2 CLEVELAND TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl .ofloncf 3100 AGnzlzss 4000 Vlzquel ss 5020 SGreen rl 4010 uslicedh 4211 Cnsecolf 4000 Thome 1b 5010 CDIgdo 16 4010 MRmrzrf 5332 Stanley* 4111 iileslf 4012 TFmdz2b 3000 SAImrc 4000 Grbeck2b 0000 ; rymn 3b 4020 Crespo ph 0000 DaBell 2b 3010 Sprgue 3b 3111 Fltcherc 3010 JoCruzcf 3000 Totals 37 611 5 Totals 32 2 5 2 Cleveland 110 120 100-6 Toronto 010 010 000—2 E—SGreen (4). DP—Toronto 1. LOB—Cleveand 10, Toronto 5. 2B—Vizquel (10), Thome 19), MRamirez (12), Giles (4), Fryman (10), SGreen (9), CDelgado (14). 3B-Vizquel (3). HR—MRamirez (9), Stanley (10), Sprague (5). IP H RER BB SO Cleveland BurbaW.6-4 72-3 4 2 2 1 8 Assenmacher 1-300000 MJackson 1 10000 Toronto Carpenter L.1-1 6 75433 Risley 3 41131 HBP-by MJackson (Crespo). WP-Carpener, Risley. PB—SAIomar. Umpires—Home, Reed; First, Tschida; Second, Denkinger; Third, Foster. T—2:44.A-30,282(51,000). ORIOLES S, RANGERS 2 TEXAS BALTIMORE sbrhbl abrhbl TGdwincf 4000 ByAdsncf 5110 McLmr2b 4020 Hmndsrl 4011 Greerlf 4000 Balnesdh 2010 JuGnlzrf 4000 RPImMb 4000 WCIarktb 4110 RAImr2b 3330 Stevens dh 3000 Surnotfll 4120 Alicea ph 1000 CRpken 3b 4011 Hslmanc 3020 Wbsterc 4013 Cedenoss 3000 Bordickss 4010 FTatis 3b 3122 Totals 33272Totals 345115 Texas 000 010 010—2 Baltimore 010 201 10x—6 LOB—Texas 4, Baltimore 8. 2B-Haselman (4), Rails (5), Hammonds (10), Baines (10). 3B—ByAnderson (2). HR—FTatis (1). SB— RAIomar 2 (6). CS—McLemore (4), Hammonds (2). IP H RER BB SO Texas WittL,4-3 51-3 7 4 4 2. 2 Crab-tree 2-300000 Bailes 1 31111 .evine 2-31 0000 Sanderson 1-30 0 0 0 0 Baltimore DrabekW,5-5 7 72205 OroscoS.3 2 00000 Drabek pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. WP—Witt. Umpires—Home, Garcia; Rrst, Hlckox; Second, McClelland; Third, Event!. MARINERS S, DEVIL RAYS 2 SEATTLE TAMPA BAY abrhbl abrhbi Cora 2b 5000 McCkn cf 5020 ARdrgzss 5121 Cairo 2b 5010 GrfyJrcf 4110 Boggsdh 4020 SeguMb 3110 McGrfHb 3020 EMrtnzdh 4123 MKellyll 4000 .Hill If 4111 DaMrtz rf 4120 Amarallf 0000 BSmithSb 3010 RDavis 3b 4010 Winn ph 1000 DWilsn c 4010 DiFlce c 3000 Ducey rl 2000 Srrento ph 1112 Stacker ss 4000 Totals 35 5 9 5 Totals 37 211 2 Seattle 301 100 000—5 Tampa Bay 000 000 002—2 E—BSmitn (5). DP—Seattle 1, Tampa Bay 1. LOB—Seattle 6, Tampa Bay 9. HR—ARo- drlguez (20), EMartinez (8), GHIII (9), Sorrento 6). SB—ARodrfguez (8), Amaral (4). IP H RER BB SO Seattle MoyerW.3-5 8 80014 Gajkowski 1-32 2 ' 2 0 1 Ayala 2-31 0000 Tampa Bay JJohnson L.2-2 32-3 7 5 5 02 Santana 31-3 1 0 0 3 3 Yan 110000 Ruebel 1 00002 WP—Ayala 2. Umpires—Home, Craft; First, O'Nora; Second, Reilly; Third, Cederstrom. National League CARDINALS 4, ROCKIES 1 COLORADO ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl NPerezss 4020 Gantll 4000 Burks cl 5010 McGee II 0000 Bchette If 4000 DeShds 2b 3000 LWIkerrl 4010 McGwMb 2110 CastillaSb 4000 RLnkfdcf 4120 Clbmn 1b 3110 BJrdan rl 4122 Lskanlcp 0000 Mabry3b 3121 VnWalph 1000 Clayton ss 2011 McElry p 0000 Pgnozzl c 3000 Using2b 2000 Mrckerp 1000 Mnwmc 2011 BRHnlrph 1000 JReed c 2010 Frsctre p 0000 JmWglp 2000 Painterp 0000 Helton tb 1000 CKing p 1000 Totals 34 1 7 1 Totals 28 4 8 4 Colorado 000 100 000—1 St. Louis 000 202 OOx—4 E—Mabry (4). DP—Colorado 2, St. Louis 1. LOB—Colorado 10, St. Louis 4. 2B-NPerez (11), Burks (14), JReed (4), BJordan (14), Mabry (7). SB—Colbrunn (2). CS—DeShields (8), Clayton (4). IP H RER BB SO Colorado JmWright L.4-5 52-3 7 4 4 4 2 Leskanic 11-30 0 0 0 2 McElroy 1 10001 SL Louis MerckerW,4-3 5 51115 Frascatore 11-30 0 0 0 0 Painter 0 10020 CKing S,2 22-3 10004 Painter pitched to 3 batters in the 7th. HBP—by CKing (Lansing). Umpires—Home, Williams, C.; First, Rapuano; Second, Dreckman; Third, Pulli. PHILLIES 8, CUBS 7 PHILA CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbi Glnville d 5220 BBrwn cf 5120 Jtleries II 5230 Mmdni 2b 3210 SRden3b 5120 Sosarl 3121 Brogna 1b 4123 MaGce 1b 5133 Lbrttialc 4011 HRdrgzll 4000 Abreu rl 4223 Beck p 0000 Amarorf 1000 Hrdtkeph 1000 MLewis2b 4000 Blauserss 3110 Rlafordss 3000 JHmdz3b 4111 Schllngp 2000 SMrtnzc 2011 Dodd p 0000 White ph 1000 Hudler ph 1000 Mieske II 0000 Sprdlin p 0000 MClark p 3000 KJrdan ph 1000 BPtisn p 0000 Wnston p 0000 TAdms p 0000 MLeilrp -0000 Servaisc 1000 Totals 39 812 7 Totals 357116 Philadelphia 010 002 302-8 Chicago 500 200 000—7 E—Abreu (4), MaGrace 2 (3), JHemandez (2) DP—Philadelphia 1. LOB—Philadelphia 8 Chicago 7. 2B—Morandini (8), Sosa (10), Ma Grace 2 (14), JHemandez (5), SMartinez (5) HR—Abreu 2 (4), MaGrace (7). SB—Brogna (5). SF—Brogna, Lieberthal, Sosa. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Schilling 5 10 7 7 3 Dodd 1 00011 Spradlin 1 00001 Winston W.2-0 1 00001 MLeiterS,10 1 1001 Chicago MClark 61-3 8 6 6 2 5 BPatterson 0 10000 TAdams 12-30 0 0 0 1 BeckL.1-1 1 32100 BPatterson pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. WP—MClark. Balk—Dodd. Umpires—Home, Marsh; First, Bonin; Second Hohn; Third, Hernandez. EXPOS B, BRAVES S MONTREAL ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Sntngloll 5010 Weiss ss 5100 Vidro2b 3210 LckhrtZb 5140 Today's schedule FRIDAY, MAY 29 BASEBALL SE of Saline vs. Neodesha, Class 3A state tournament, Topeka, 1:30 p.m. Class 5A slate tournament, Evans Stadium, 1:30 p.m. Oakland at Kansas City, 7p.m. GOLF Saline County 4-Ball Tournament, Sallna Country Club SOFTBALL Salina South vs. Independence, Class 5A state tournament, ECRA, 5 p.m. Sacred Heart vs. Oswego, Class 2-1A state tournament, Emporia, 7 p.m. TRACK Stale high school meets, Wichita, 8:30 a.m. Grero rf 5221 ChJnes 3b 2101 Imer 1b 5123 Glrrga 1b 4121 rbina p 0000 Klesko II 3112 White cl 5132 JLopez c 4010 rdzlnss 4122 Tuckerrf 4011 Mddxp 0000 AJonescf 3010 cGirelb 1000 DeMrtzp 2000 Vidgerc 4000 GerWmph 1000 ndrwsSb 2110 Lglnbrp 0000 avano p 1000 Embre p 0000 line p 0000 Edmnd p 0000 ennett p 0000 Pride ph 1000 vngstph 0000 Whlersp 0000 Perez ph 1000 Rocker p 0000 elford p 0000 rdcai ss 0100 otals 36 912 8 Totals 34 510 5 Montreal 000 010 224—9 Hants 011 002 100—5 E—Grudzielanek (12), Weiss (4), Lockhart (3). iP—Montreal 1, Atlanta 3. LOB—Montreal 6, tlanta 8. JB—Fullmer 2 (22), Grudzielanek (6), ockhart (12), Galarraga 2 (11). HR—RWhite 7), Klesko (8). SB—RWhile (10), Widger (1). IS—Lockhart (2). S—Pavano. SF—ChJones, lesko. IP H RER BB SO Montreal avano 51-3 7 4 4 2 4 line 1-31 0000 lennett 1-300000 elford 12-311010 MMadduxW,1-1 1-300000 Jrblna 1 10000 Atlanta DeMartinez 6 31113 Ugtenberg 2-3221 12 •mbree 1 12210 Edmondson 1-320 0 0 0 WohlersL,0-1 2-334420 Rocker 1-310001 HBP—byTelford (AJones). WP—MMaddux. Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Bell; Second, Meals; Third, Tata. T—3:12. A—31,416 (50,528). Late Wednesday ROYALS 4, ANGELS 0 KANSAS CITY ANAHEIM abrhbl abrhbl Damon c! 5120 Ersladlf 4000 Offrmn2b 2200 Edmnd cl 4020 HMm'sdh 3100 Salmondh 3000 'aimer3b 4023 NMrtlndh 1000 Kinglb 4000 Fielder 1b 4000 Conine If 3000 DvHlns3b 4020 )ye rf 2001 GAndsn rf 4000 asano c 3000 Nevin c 3010 lalterss 4010 BghmnZb 3000 DSrcna ss 3000 otals 30 4 5 4 Totals 33 0 5 0 (ansasdty 100 002 010—4 taahelm 000 000 000-0 E—Palmer (10), DvHollins (5). DP—Anaheim . LOB—Kansas City 8, Anaheim . 2B—Palmer (11), Halter (6). SB—Damon (9), onine (1). S—HMorris. SF—Dye. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City osadoW,1-4 9 50005 Anaheim livaresL.2-2 7 44360 oLucia 1 00010 adaret 1 10000 Olivares pitched to 2 batters in the 8lh. Umpires—Home, Scott; First, Phillips; Sec- nd, Roe; Third, Merrill. T—2:19. A—17,810 (45,050). PADRES 6, DIAMONDBACKS 4 SAN DIEGO ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl QVeras 2b 4220 Dllucti II 4000 SFinley cl 5333 DWhite cl 4000 Gwynn rf 3023 TLee 1b 5120 RRivra rf 1000 MWIms 3b 4111 •miniti 3b 4000 JBell ss 5021 GvnolaSb 1000 Miller c 5130 Vghn If 4020 YBnlez rt 3010 MaSwylb 4000 Bredeph 1010 Myrs c 3000 TBIsta 2b 3121 hrngr p 0000 Sdwsky p 0000 Hman p 1000 Fbrgas ph 1000 omezss 5020 EVIdzp 0000 Ichckp 1000 FRdrgzp 0000 Wlmsph 1100 Slinnettph 1000 Vail p 1000 AnBnes p 1010 -Hmdzc 1010 AFox2b 2010 otals 39 612 6 Totals 39 414 3 San Diego 100 030 200-6 Arizona 110 100 100—4 E—Caminiti (7), YBenitez (1). DP—San Diego . LOB—San Diego 11, Arizona 13. 2B— OVeras (6), SFinley (12), Gwynn (9), GVaughn 9), Gomez (13), JBell (9), Miller (1), TBatista 2). 3B—SFinley (4), TLee (1). HR—MWilliams ,10). S—AnBenes. SF—Gwynn. IP H RER BB SO San Diego Hitchcock 4 83211 WallW,2-1 2 20021 Boehringer 12-3 3 1 1 1 3 Hoffman S,15 11-3 1 0 0 0 2 Arizona AnBenes L,3-5 6 74415 Sodowsky 1 22220 EValdez 2-320001 FRodriguez 11-31 0 0 1 0 WP—AnBenes. Balk—Sodowsky. Umpires—Home, Layne; First, Rieker; Second, Holbrook; Third. Wendelstedt. T—3:14. A—42,844 (48,500). Texas League First Hall Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Arkansas (Cardinals) 34 20 .630 — Jackson (Astros) 25 28 .472 8V4 Shreveport (Giants) 25 28 .472 8!4 Tulsa (Rangers) 23 29 .442 10 Western Division San Antonio (LA) 30 22 .577 — Midland (Angels) 27 26 .509 3V4 El Paso (Brewers) 25 28 .472 5 14 Wichita (Royals) 22 30 .423 B Thursday's Games Arkansas 2, Shreveport 1 Tulsa 5, Jackson 3 San Antonio 8, Midland 5 El Paso 7, Wichita 5 Friday's Games Arkansas at Shreveport Jackson at Tulsa San Antonio at Midland Wichita at El Paso EL PASO 7, WICHITA 5 Wichita 030 200 000 —5 40 El Paso 430 000 OOx —7 10 0 W—Beck (3-5). L—Ray (1-2). 2B—EP: Cor rea. W: Lewis, Stewart. HR — W: Pellow (12). College World Series At Rosenblatt Stadium Omaha, Neb. Friday, May 29 Florida State (53-18) vs. Arizona Stale (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. MOST APPEARANCES I.Texas 2. Southern Cal 3. Arizona Stale tie Oklahoma State 5. Miami 6. Florida State 7. Arizona 8. LSU tie Northern Colorado tie Stanford 11.CalState-Fullerton tie Oklahoma 13. Clemson College BASEBALL AMERICA ALL-AMERICA LIST OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The 1998 All-Americi team announced by Baseball America maga zine: First team C—Sammy Serrano, Stetson, .457 Avg., 1 IRs, 68 RBIs. 1B—Eddy Furniss, LSU, .413,27, 75. 2B-Je» Pickler, Tennessee. .445,7,61. SS—Adam Everett, South Carolina, .375,13, 3. 3B—Aubrey Huff, Miami, .414,20,93. OF—Bubba Crosby, Rice, .394,25,91. OF—Mike Curry, South Carolina, .400,16,46. OF—Eric Valent, UCLA, .336,30,73. DH—Damon Thames, Rice, .422,26,113. UT—Brad Wilkerson, Florida, .349,23,69; 10, 4.45 ERA. SP—Jeff Austin, Stanford, 12-4,3.11. SP—Seth Etherton, Southern California, 12-3, .85. SP—Mike Fischer, South Alabama, 11-1, .31, one save. SP—Alex Santos, Miami, 14-1,2.74. RP-Josh Fogg, Florida, 7-2,2.05,13 saves. Second team Eric Munson, C, Southern California; Jason Hart, 1 B, SW Missouri St.; Xavier Nady, 2B, Cal- omia; Zach Sorensen, SS, Wichita SL; Paul Day, 3B, Long Beach St.; Clinton Johnston, OF, /anderbilt; Kevin Mench, OF, Delaware; Jeff Ryan, OF, Wichita St.; Pat Magness, DH, Wl- hlta St.; Brandon Inge, Va. Commonwealth, JT; Matt Burch, SP, Va. Commonwealth; Ryan Rupe, SP, Texas A&M; Jeff Weaver, SP, Fresno it.; Kip Wells, SP, Baylor; Jack Krawczyk, RP, Southern California. Third team Josh Bard, C, Texas Tech; Casey Bookout, B, Oklahoma; Willie Bloomquist, 2B, Arizona St.; Bobby Hill, SS, Miami; Brant Ust, 3B, Notre Dame; Chris Magruder, OF, Washington; Tar- mel Sledge, OF, Long Beach St.; Jason Tyner, OF, Texas A&M; Pal Burrell, DH, Miami; Jason ennlngs, UT, Baylor; Nate Bump, SP, Penn St.; Benilo Flores, SP, Cal St.-Fullerton; John Hendricks, SP, Wake Forest; Shane Wright, SP, 'exas Tech; Robbie Morrison, RP, Miami. Junior college NJCAA WORLD SERIES 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, Innings Sunday, May 24 Meridian 4, Central Florida 1 (Central Florida eliminated) Dixie 10, DeKalb 0, 7 Innings (DeKalb elimi- lated) Cowley County (Kan.) 14, San Jaclnto (Texas) i, 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 eliminat- d) Cowley County 18, Maple Woods 4 Wednesday, May 27 San Jacinto 7, Maple Woods 6 (Maple Woods liminated) Cowley County 14, Brevard 11 Thursday, May 28 San Jacinto 8, Brevard 6 (Brevard eliminated) Indian Hills 17, Cowley County 7,5 innings High school STATE PAIRINGS Pairings for the Kansas state high school >aseball tournaments beginning May 29: CLASS 6A At Wichita Friday, May 29 11 a.m. —Wichita Southeast, 13-9, vs. Olalhe East, 13-9; 1:30 p.m. — Blue Valley North, 120, vs. Manhattan, 18-2; 4 p.m. — Olathe South, 3-9, vs. Wichita Heights, 18-4; 6:30 p.m. — )odge City, 13-9, vs. Lawrence, 14-6. Saturday, May 30 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. — Wichita Southeast- Olathe East winner vs. Blue Valley North.Man- attan winner; Olalhe South-Wichita Heights winner vs. Dodge City-Lawrence winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Champi- mship. CLASS 5A At Salina Friday, May 29 11 a.m. — Valley Center, 14-8, vs. Great Bend, 15-7; 1:30 p.m. — St. Thomas Aquinas. 5-7, vs. Arkansas City, 15-7; 4 p.m. — Shawnee Heights, 12-10, vs. Bishop Carroll, 166; 6:30 p.m. —Topeka Seaman, 9-12. vs. Fort Scott, 17-3. Saturday, May 30 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. — Valley Center-Great Bend winner vs. Shawnee Heights-Bishop Carroll winner; Aquinas-Arkansas City winner vs. Topeka-Seaman-Fort Scott winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Championship. CLASS 4A , At Manhattan 11 a.m. — Kansas City-Ward, 18-3, vs. Marysville, 12-9; 1:30 p.m. — Pratt, 16-5, vs. Spring Hill, 17-6; 6:30 p.m. — Topeka-Hayden, 16-3, vs., Chanute, 16-7; 4 p.m. — Scott City, 16-5, vs. Augusta, 16-7. 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. — Kansas City Ward- Marysvilie winner vs. Pratt-Spring Hill winner; Topeka Hayden-Chante winner vs. Scott City- Augusta winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Championship game. CLASS 3A At Topeka Friday, May 29 11 a.m. — Galena, 14-8, vs. Silver Lake, 17-1; 1:30 p.m. — Southeast-Saline, 15-7, vs. Neodesha, 12-2; 4 p.m. — Jefferson West, 13-6, vs. Central Heights, 16-3; 6:30 — Hoisington, 9-11, vs. Oxford, 19-1. Saturday, May 30 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. — Galena-Silver Lake winner vs. SE-Saline-Neodesha winner; Jefferson West-Central Heights winner vs. Hoisington- Oxford winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. —Championship. CLASS 2-1A At Emporia Friday, May 29 11 a.m. — Minneola, 6-8, vs. Elkhart, 20-2; 1:30 p.m. — Canton-Galva, 15-7, vs. Pittsburg Colgan, 17-5;4pm — Sylvan Grove, 11-5, vs. Thayer, 14-6; 6:30 p.m. — Central-Burden, 147, vs. Rossville, 19-3. Saturday, May 30 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. — Minneola-Elkhart winner vs. Sylvan Grove-Thayer winner; Canton- Galva-Pittsburg Colgan winner vs. Central-Burden-Rossville winner. 3 p.m. — Consolation game. 5:30 p.m. — Championship. Basketball 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 98 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 Wednesday, May 27 Chicago 106, Indiana 87, Chicago leads series 3-2 Friday, May 29 Chicago at Indiana, 8 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. (NBC), if neces- ary NBA summary Wednesday's game BULLS 106, PACERS 87 INDIANA (87) Mullin 2-6 3-3 8, D.Davis 3-5 2-4 8, Smits 3-11 6-6 12, Jackson 2-7 0-1 5, Miller 5-10 2-3 14 McKey 2-5 2-2 6, A.Davis 2-7 8-1112, Best 1 -8 11-1214, Hoiberg 2-7 2-2 6, West 1 -1 0-1 2. To lals 23-67 36-45 87. CHICAGO (106) Pippen 7-12 6-9 20, Kukoc 8-13 2-2 19, Long ley 3-6 1-1 7, Harper 3-6 3-4 9, Jordan 12-20 3 4 29, Rodman 1-2 0-0 2, Burrell 1-4 2-2 4 Buechler 0-4 0-0 0, Kerr 1-3 2-2 4, Wennington 4-8 0-2 8, Simpkins 1-4 2-2 4. Tolals 41-82 21 28 106. Indiana 16 16 24 31— 87 Chicago 29 28 30 19—106 3-Poinl goals—Indiana 5-11, (Miller 2-4, Mullin 1-2, Jackson 1-2, Besl 1-2, Hoiberg 0-1), Chica go 3-9, (Jordan 2-4, Kukoc 1-2, Pippen 0-1 Buechler 0-1, Kerr 0-1). Fouled out—A.Davis Wennington. Rebounds—Indiana 45 (Smits A.Davis 7), Chicago 56 (Pippen 8). Assists—In diana 13 (Jackson 5), Chicago 27 (Pippen Kukoc 7). Total fouls-Indiana 29, Chicago 32 Technicals—D.Davis, Pippen, Rodman. Fla grant louls—Mullin, D.Davis. A—23,844 (24,119). NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 16 WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS UNITED STATES 77, SENEGAL 48 SENEGAL (48) Diakhate 0-4 0-0 0, Ndiaye 4-9 0-0 6, Mbengue 2-9 0-0 4, Sarr 1-5 2-2 5, Kane 4-9 412, Lo 1-5 0-0 2, Sy 0-2 0-0 0, Dlop 2-101-2 , Fall 2-4 3-3 7, N.Gueye 1-3 0-0 2, A.Gueye 11-2 3, Ndong 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 18-6511-13 48. UNITED STATES (77) Williams 8-17 3-4 19, Staley 1-5 0-0 3, Leslie -12 2-3 14, Smith 2-7 1-1 5, McCray 7-10 0-0 4, Azzi 2-6 2-3 6, Milton 2-5 4-4 8, Holdsclaw 1 0-2 2, Wolters 3-4 0-0 6, Campbell 0-1 0-0 0. 'otals 32-7012-17 77. Senegal 24 24—48 United States 47 30—77 3-Polnt goals—Senegal 1-7 (Sarr 1-3, Dl- khale 0-1, N.Gueye 0-3), United States 1-10 Staley 1-4, Williams 0-1, Azzi 0-2, Smith 0-3). 'ouled out—None. Rebounds—Senegal 31 Kane 6), United States 50 (Williams 16). As- Ists—Senegal 3 (Kane, Sy, Diakhate), United States 13 (Staley, McCray 4). Total fouls— ienegal 17, United States 12. Women Softball High school STATE PAIRINGS Pairings for the Kansas state high school softball tournaments starting May 29: CLASS 6A At Wichita Friday, May 29 Reid A: 5 p.m. — Manhattan, 14-8, vs. Olalhe East, 22-0; 7 p.m. — Olathe South, 18-4, vs. Derby, 18-3. Reid B: 5 p.m. — Garden City, 146, vs. Wichita Northwest, 21-0; 7 p.m. — Washbum Rural, 16-6, vs. SM Northwest, 18-4. Saturday, May 30 11 a.m. — Manhatlan-Olalhe East winner vs. Olathe South-Derby winner; Garden City-Wichl- a Northwest winner vs. Washbum Rural-SM Northwest winner. 1 p.m. — Consolation, Field B. 2 p.m. — Championship, Reid A. CLASS 5A At Sallna Friday, May 29 Field A: 5 p.m. — Independence, 8-12, vs. Salina South, 20-2; 7 p.m. — Bishop Carroll, 184, vs. Shawnee Heights, 18-4. Field B: 5 p.m. — SI. Thomas Aquinas, 15-7, vs. Maize, 20-2; 7 3.m. — Great Bend, 17-5, vs. Arkansas City, 18- Saturday, May 30 11 a.m. — Independence-Salina South winner s. Bishop Carroll-Shawnee Heights winner; Aquinas-Maize winner vs. Great Bend-Arkansas City winner. 1 p.m. — Consolation, Field B. 2 i.m. — Championship, Field A. CLASS 4A At Manhattan Friday, May 29 Field A: 5 p.m. — Burlington, 20-2, vs. Chapman, 7-16; 7 p.m. — Columbus, 19-4, vs. Marysville, 17-5. Field B: 5 p.m. — Pratt, 20-3, 's. Basehor-Linwood, 14-7; 7 p.m. — DeSoto, 9-2, vs. Mulvane, 17-6. Saturday, May 30 Field A: 10 a.m. — Burlington-Chapman winner vs. Columbus-Marysville winner; Reid B: 'ratt/Basehore-Linwood winner vs. DeSolo-Mul- vane winner. 1 p.m. — Consolation, Field B. 2 p.m. — Championship, Field A. CLASS 3A At Topeka Friday, May 29 Field A: 5 p.m. — Osage City, 6-10, vs. Mis- iion Valley, 19-3; 7 p.m. — Lyons, 15-7, vs. Riverton, 15-7. Field B: 5 p.m. — Hoisinglon, 0-12, vs. St. Marys, 18-3; 7p.m. — CaneyVal- ey, 11-11, vs. Wichita Collegiate, 16-4. Saturday, May 30 11 a.m. — Osage City-Mission Valley winner r s. Lyons-Riverton winner; Hoisington-St. Marys winner vs. Caney Valley-Collegiate winner. 1 >.m. — Consolation, Field B. 2 p.m. — Championship, Field A. CLASS 2—1A At Emporia Friday, May 29 Field A: 5 p.m. — Inman, 5-11, vs. Elkhart, 14; 7 p.m. — Sallna Sacred Heart, 14-5, vs. Oswego, 15-4. Field B: 5 p.m. — Rossville, 10-9, vs. Elk Valley, 19-2; 7 p.m. — Frontenac, 15-7, vs. Udall, 17-4. Saturday, May 30 11 a.m. — Inman-Elkhart winner vs. Sacred Heart-Oswego winner; Rossville-Elk Valley winner vs. Frontenac-Udall winner. 1 p.m. — Consolation, Reid B. 2 p.m. — Championship, Reid A. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 23 Butlalo 2, Washington 0 Sunday, May 24 Detroit 2, Dallas 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 4, Buflalo 3 (ot), Washington leads sen'es 2-1 Friday, May 29 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, May 30 Washington at Buflalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Golf eter Jacobsen avid Toms avid Frost im Herron Larry Mize ob Estes ifarkWiebe arry Cheesman iriike Brisky illy Mayfair rank Llckliter teve Lowery 3len Day esper Pamevlk Doug Tewell Glen Hnatluk 'dward Fryatt ;iark Dennis Meal Lancaster 5 hil Slackmar ell Sluman /ijay Singh uzzyZoeller "ommy Armour III Esteban Toledo <elth Fergus 3rad Faxon JavidOgrin Lanny Wadkins ack Nlcklaus ImFuryk David Edwards . im Carter Bob Friend 'ommy Tolles )avtd Duval Paul Goydos ohn Cook Rinker Steve Flesch eft Maggert : red Funk Scott McCarron Stuart Appleby Stewart Cink Scott Hoch oe Ozakl Wayne Grady Roger Mallble Skip Kendall R.W.Eaks lurtis Strange Robert Karlsson PGA THE MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Rrst round scores Thursday from the $2.2 million The Memoria Tournament played on the par-72 (36-36) 7,163-yard Murfield Village Golf Club: Steve Pate 32-34—66 Trevor Dodds 34-32—66 Joey Sindelar 35-31—66 Davis Love III 33-33-66 Kirk Triplet! 34-33—67 Andrew Magee 34-33—67 Craig Sladler 33-34—67 Payne Stewart 34-33—6; Ted Tryba 34-33—6; Ernie Els 35-32—6; Greg Kraft 34-33—67 Mark Brooks 33-35-68 Lee Janzen 32-36—68 Harrison Frazar 34-34—68 Len Mattiace 35-33—68 Fred Couples 37-31—68 Steve Jones 36-32—68 Tom Lehman 33-35—6i Mark Calcavecchia 33-35—66 Dan Foreman 34-35—69 Brent Geiberger 34-35—69 John Huston 35-34—69 Jay Haas 35-34-«9 Gabriel H{ertstedt 35-34—69 Brett Ouigley 33-36—69 Justin Leonard 34-35—69 Doug Martin 36-34—70 BobTway 34-36—70 Kevin Sutherland 34-36—70 Tom Byrum 35-35—70 Robert Damron 35-35—70 Mike Hulbert 33-37—70 Phil Mickelson 33-37—70 Tiger Woods 33-37—70 Brad Elder 35-35—70 Bobby Wadkins 37-34—71 Brandel Chamblee 35-36—7 Steve Strieker 37-34—7 Don Pooley 36-35—71 Jeff Gallagher 37-34—7 Brad Fabel 34-37—7 Frank Nobilo 36-35—7 Nick Faldo 33-38-7 Kenny Perry 34-37—71 Chris Perry 35-36—7 Scott Verplank 37-35—72 36-36—72 37-35—72 34-38—72 36-36—72 35-37—72 36-36—72 37-35—72 39-33—72 35-37—72 36-36—72 35-37—72 37-36—73 36-37—73 37-36—73 38-35—73 38-35—73 37-36—73 37-36—73 36-37—73 35-38-73 36-37—73 36-37—73 37-36—73 39-34—73 38-35—73 35-39—74 37-37—74 38-36—74 36-38—74 37-37—74 33-41—74 37-37-74 37-37—74 40-34—74 37-37—74 37-37—74 38-36—74 37-37—74 38-36—74 34-41—75 36-39—75 37-38—75 3M9—75 3649—75 38-37-75 38-37—75 40-35—75 38-38—76 39-37—76 39-37—76 39-37—76 35-42—77 39-38—77 42-35—77 40-37—77 39-39—78 41-39-80 39-42—81 Billy Andrade Dudley Hart Jerry Kelly Hajime Meshiai LPGA ROCHESTER INTERNATIONAL ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Scores Thursday alter the first round of the $700,000 LPGA Rochester International, played on the 6,162- yard, par 35-37—72 Locust Hill Country Club: Joan Pltcock 33-34—67 Molra Dunn 31-36-67 Dawn Coe-Jones 31-37—66 Brandie Burton 34-34—68 Janice Gibson 34-36—70 Heather Daly-Donofrio 35-35—70 BarbWhitehead 35-36—71 Usa Walters 34-37—71 Kris Monaghan 33-38—71 Meg Mallon 35-36—71 Jenny Lidback 35-36—71 Hlromi Kobayashi 32-39—71 Betsy King 34-37—71 Juli Inksler 35-36—71 Shelley Hamlln 37-34—71 Jennifer Feldott 36-35—71 Alicia Dibos 34-37—71 Eva Dahllof 34-37—71 tancy Scranton 34-38—72 Jancy Harvey 34-38—72 Vicki Fergon 33-39—72 Dale Eggeling 35-37—72 Beth Daniel 36-36—72 Tina Barrett 35-37—72 Karen Noble 36-36—72 lue Thomas 35-38—73 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 36-37—73 Nancy Ramsbottom 35-38—73 Dottie Pepper 36-37—73 'ammie Green 36-37—73 Sail Graham 37-36—73 Jane Geddes 36-37—73 Marta Flgueras-Dottl 35-38—73 Cindy Figg-Currier 36-37—73 Ji Hyun Sun 36-37—73 Julie Piers 36-37—73 Cristie Kerr 36-37—73 Loris Kane 36-37—73 irika Hayashlda 37-36—73 Dina Ammaccapane 35-38—73 Colleen Walker 35-39—74 iherri Sleinhauer 37-37—74 Hollis Stacy 36-38—74 'earl Sinn 35-39—74 Alice Miller 36-38—74 Missie McGeorge 36-38—74 Sally Little 35-39—74 losie Jones 34-40—74 Chris Johnson 36-38—74 Cindy Flom 36-38—74 Allison Finney 35-39—74 Jerilyn Britz 34-40—74 tenci Bowen 35-39—74 Michelle Wooding 35-39—74 Kristal Parker 35-39—74 Se Ri Pak . 3341—74 Jill McGIII 34-40—74 Catriona Matthew 36-38—74 Mardi Lunn 37-37—74 Chris Greatrex 37-37—74 Amy Fruhwirth 36-38—74 Kristi Coats 36-38—74 Jean Bartholomew 37-37—74 Anna Acker-Macosko 38-36—74 Recreation SPR MEN'S SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL League 7 — D&S Drywall 17, Proto Print 13; Outlaws 23, BSS Saw 17; Signal 116, Shooter's Big Daws 5. League 8 — Kennedy & Coe LLC 19, Salina Regional Health Center 17; KS Cellular/Kinner 11, Bandits 9; Pennlngton Chiropractic 23, Accurate Electric 5. League 9 — Great Plains R&D 13, D&M Mini Storage 4; The Brotherman 8, Arrow Shoot 2; Voo Doo Children 8, Blue Beacon 7. WOMEN'S SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL League 4 — Two Rivers Vending/Roto Rooter 18, Grease Monkey 0; Bennington State Bank 10, Kennedy & Coe LLC 0; SRHC-2 12, Habco 7; Crow's Nest 11, Lookin' For A Win 3. Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Voided option on RHP Nerlo Rodriguez and placed him on 15-day disabled List, retroactive to May 26. BOSTON RED SOX—Activated SS Nomar Garclappara from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned RHP Joe Hudson and INF Keith Johns to Pawtucket of the International League. Recalled LHP Brian Berkley from Pawtucket. DETROIT TIGERS—Recalled OF Klmera Bartee and INF Bill Ripken from Toledo of the International League. Optioned RHP Greg Keagle to Toledo. Placed INF Bip Roberts on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled C Raul Casanova from his rehabilitation assignment and optioned him to Toledo. NEW YORK YANKEES—Designated RHP Willie Banks for assignment. Recalled RHP Todd Erdos from Columbus of the International League. TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS—Activated IF Bobby Smith from the 15-day disabled list. Placed LHP Wilson Alvarez on the 15-day disabled list. National League HOUSTON ASTROS—Activated 1B Jeff Bagwell from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned INF Daryle Ward to New Orleans of the PCL BASKETBALL United States Basketball League LONG ISLAND SURF—Announced the resignation of Ivorie Manning, coach. Named James Ryans coach and Ron Moore assistant coach. FOOTBALL National Football League CINCINNATI BENGALS—Signed TE Damian Vaughn to a two-year contract. Canadian Football League TORONTO ARGONAUTS—Signed DL Tony Daniels and OL Jermaine Haley. Arena Football League GRAND RAPIDS RAMPAGE—Activated OL- DL Jerome Brown and OS Shannon Culver from the injured list. Signed QB Sparky McEwen. Placed QB Corey Pullig, WR-LB Lovell Pinkney, DS Anthony Bridges and WR-LB Shane Garret! on injured reserve. HOCKEY National Hockey League NHL—Fined Buffalo Sabres F Miroslav Satan $1,000 for high-sticking Washington F Chris Simon on May 25. SAN JOSE SHARKS—Re-signed Darryl Sutler, coach, and Paul Baxter, assistant coach. Named Roy Sommer coach and Nick Fotiu assistant coach ol Kentucky ol the AHL SPORTS DIGEST Stanford's Austin named college player of the year By The Associated Press OMAHA, Neb. — Stanford pitcher Jeff Austin had to listen to his answering machine over and over before it sunk in that-he was Baseball America's college player of the year. "I played the message two or three times before I could believe it," Austin said Thursday. "I was surprised. I didn't keep up with the news going on out there. I was just playing and concentrating on what I needed .. ICTIM to do." AUSTIN Austin, a junior who went 12-3 and posted a 3.11 ERA, started 18 games, completing eight. He recorded 136 strikeouts in 133 innings, allowed 118 hits and issued only 32 walks. While he said he was honored to receive the award, Austin said he was frustrated that his Stanford team didn't make it to the College World Series. The Cardinal was a consensus No. 1 much of the season but lost in the West regional. Auto racing FORT WORTH, Texas — Texas Motor Speedway is "smooth, smooth, smooth," after being improved to resolve drivers' complaints, general manager Eddie Gossage said Thursday. The track spent between $2 million and $3 million to improve drainage, increase banking on two turns and resurface the entire 1.5-mile oval with a finer aggregate asphalt, Gossage said. Drivers complained after last month's NASCAR Texas 500 that turn four was too tight. Water seeping through the asphalt changed the first turn into a giant puddle. Now Gossage says a month of intense construction has made the track ready for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck race on June 5 and an IRL race the next day. Basketball fiOSTON — Antoine Walker of the Boston Celtics and the team's two first-round draft picks last year have been named in a civil rights suit filed in federal court. Records in the case were impounded at the request of both sides, and the team and lawyers for the three defendants declined comment. A motion has been made to dismiss the suit, according to one of the lawyers, citing the public record of the suit filed April 15. In addition to Walker, the Celtics' No. 1 draft pick in 1996 and their leading scorer this season, the defendants are guards Ron Mercer and Chauncey Billups and a fourth man, Michael Ervin, who is not in the NBA. The plaintiff was listed as Jane Doe. Her lawyer, Margaret Burnham, and Ervin's lawyer, Willie Davis, did not return calls seeking comment. KARLSRUHE, Germany — Natalie Williams scored 19 points and had 16 rebounds, leading the United States past outgunned Senegal 77-48 Thursday in the Women's World Championships. The Americans completely dominated Senegal with an 50-31 edge on the boards, including 22 offensive rebounds. Lisa Leslie and Nikki McCray each had 14 points for the U.S. Aminata Kane led Senegal with 12 points. The Americans (3-0) will now move to Group E play in Bremen Saturday, and will face China (1-2), Spain (2-1) and Russia (3-0) in that order. Cycling CARPI, Italy — Laurent Roux of France won the 12th stage of the Tour of Italy on Thursday and wrested the overall lead from favorite Alex Zuelje. Roux covered the 125 miles from San Marino to Carpi in 4 hours, 37 minutes, 8 seconds, much of it in a steady rain. He beat Germano Pierdomenico and Sergey Smetanine in a sprint to the finish line. Tennis ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia's John Roddick upset second-seeded Sebastien DeChaunac of Mississippi Thursday and the Bulldogs' Hisham Hemeda knocked off third-seeded Michal Chmela in the second round of the NCAA men's individual tennis championship. Roddick beat DeChaunac 3-6,76 (7-5), 6-4 and Hemeda surprised Chmela 6-4,6-1. In another upset, eighth-seeded Mike Bryan of Stanford, which captured the team title from Georgia on Tuesday, lost to UCLA's Vincent Allegre 64,6-2. The other top seeds, however, won,' including No. 1 Pavel Kudrnac of Oklahoma State, who easily beat Jeff Williams of New Mexico 6-1,6-3. General PROVO, Utah — Brigham Young is campaigning to overturn an NCAA ruling regarding Sunday sports events that could prohibit Cougar athletes from competing, the Deseret News reported Thursday. The newspaper said the Mormon church- owned school has enlisted 35 other colleges and universities to its cause. The NCAA requires 30 universities to request an overriding vote within 60 days. BYU President Merrill Bateman said the goal is to get 100 schools to sign the request. On April 22, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors eliminated the "BYU Rule," a 35-year-old policy that prohibited scheduling postseason tournament championships on Sunday. Joining BYU's campaign to reverse the ruling is Campbell University, a Baptist school in North Carolina. 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