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B2 MONDAY. JUNE 1,1998 SPORTS THE SAUNA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 2:30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World Series, Louisiana Slate vs. Mississippi Stale ESPN, cable 38. 6:30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World Series, Southern California vs. Florida ESPN cable 38. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at Milwaukee, WTBS, cable 15 FOOTBALL 6:30 p.m. — Arena Football, Orlando at New York, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 8 a.m. — Tennis, French Open USA cable 30. Baseta!! College World Series At Rosenblatt Stadium, Omaha Friday, May 29 Arizona State 11, Florida Stale 10 Miami, Ra. 3, Long Beach Slate 1 Saturday, May 30 Louisiana State 12, Southern California 10 Mississippi State 14, Florida 13 Sunday, May 31 Arizona State 9, Miami, Fla. 2 Long Beach State 7, Florida State 4, Florida State eliminated Monday, June 1 Louisiana State (47-17) vs. Mississippi Stale (42-21), 2:30 p.m. Southern California (44-17) vs. Florida (4617), 6:30 p.m. Semi-pro linescores KEARNEY, MO. 3, SAUNA 1 Salina 100 000 0 — 1 3 0 Kearney 300 000 x — 3 4 0 WP — Huff. LP — Frey (1-1). 2B — S: Jackson. KEARNEY, MO. 4, SALINA 3 Salina 012 000 0 — 3 9 2 Kearney 010 300 x — 4 5 1 WP — Stoner. LP — Holmes (1-1). S — Ranson. 28 — S: Willey; K: Wilfong. Notes — Kearney used good pitching and solid defense to sweep the Blaze. Aaron Willey and Mike Jackson had two hits each for Salina in the second game. Salina (4-2) will return to action Friday a! Dean Evans Stadium to play the Hays Larks in 7:30 p.m. start. LINDSBORG 10, EL DORADO 4 Lindsborg 220 103 002 - 10 14 0 El Dorado 120 001 000 - 4 6 3 WP - Green (2-0). LP- Metzler (0-1). 2B - L: Thomas, Spoonts 2, Brumble, Pate. High school STATE TOURNAMENTS CLASS 6A At Wichita Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Manhattan 13, Wichita Southeast 3 Wichita Heights 10, Dodge City 7 Consolation Dodge Cily 13. Wichita Southeast 5 Championship Manhattan 16, Wichita Heights 15 CLASS 5A At Salina Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Great Bend 8, Wichita Carroll 6 Fort Scott 4, Arkansas Cily 0 Consolation Arkansas City 21, Wichita Carroll 4 Championship Great Bend 6, Fort Scott 2 CLASS 4A At Manhattan Saturday, May 30 Semifinals KC Ward 14, Spring Hill 7 Topeka Hayden 7, Scott City 5 Consolation Spring Hill 17, Scott City 7 Championship KC Ward 6, Topeka Hayden 4 CLASS 3A At Topeka Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Silver Lake 5, SE Saline 4 Oxford 1, Central Heights 0 Consolation SE Saline 14, Central Heights 1 Championship Silver Lake 6, Oxford 3 CLASS 2-1A At Emporla Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Sylvan 8, Elkhart 2 Pittsburg Colgan 10, Central Burden 2 Consolation Elkhart 20, Central Burden 7 Championship Pittsburg Colgan 16, Sylvan 0 Softball High school STATE TOURNAMENTS CLASS 6A At Wichita Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Olathe East 3, Olathe South 2 Wichita Northwest 2, Topeka Washbum Rural 1 • Consolation Topeka Washbum Rural 2, Olathe South 1 Championship Clathe East 3, Wichita Northwest 0 CLASS 5A At Salina Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Salina South 2, Shawnee Heights 0 Maize 6, Great Bend 0 Consolation Shawnee Heights 6, Great Bend 2 Championship Maize 4, Salina South 0 CLASS 4A At Manhattan Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Columbus 2, Burlington 0 DeSoto 9, Pralt 3 Consolation Burlington 7, Pratt 0 Championship DeSoto 6, Columbus 1 CLASS 3A At Topeka Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Mission Valley 4, Riverton 2 St. Marys 9, Wichita Collegiate 1 Consolation Riverton 5, Wichita Collegiate 4 Championship St. Marys 5, Mission Valley 1 CLASS 2-1A At Emporla Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Salina Sacred Heart 11, Elkhart 1 Rossvillo 12, Udall 1 Consolation Udall 9, Elkhart 5 Championship Salina Sacred Heart 6, Rossville 3 Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 23 Buffalo 2, Washington 0 Sunday, May 24 Detroit 2, Dallas 0 Monday, May 25 Washington 3, Buffalo 2, (ol) Tuesday, May 26 Dallas 3, Detroit 1 Thursday, May 28 Washington 4, Buffalo 3, (ot) Friday, May 29 Detroit 5, Dallas 3 Saturday, May 30 Washington 2, Buffalo 0, Washington leads series 3-1 Sunday, May 31 Delroit 3, Dallas 2, Detroit leads series 3-1 Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Wednesday, June 3 Delroit at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, June 4 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Friday, June 5 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m., il necessary (ES- PN) Saturday, June 6 Buffalo al Washington, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Sunday, June 7 Detroit at Dallas, 1:30 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Basketball NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Sunday, May 31 Chicago 88, Indiana 83, Chicago wins series 4-3 NBA FINALS (Best-of-7) Wednesday, June 3 Chicago al Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC) Friday, June 5 Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, June 7 Utah al Chicago, 6:30 p.m. (NBC) Wednesday, June 10 Utah at Chicago,8 p.m. (NBC) Friday, June 12 Utah at Chicago, 8 p.m., if necessary (NBC) Sunday, June 14 Chicago al Ulah, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (NBC) Wednesday, June 17 Chicago at Utah, B p.m., il necessary (NBC) NBA summary BULLS 88, PACERS 83 INDIANA (83) Mullin 3-5 1-f 7, D.Davis 3-6 3-10 9, Smits 3-7 7-8 13, Jackson 3-8 34 11, Miller 7-13 4-4 22, A.Davis 2-4 3-4 7, McKey 1-41-23, Rose 3-4 13 7, Best 2-5 0-1 4. Totals 27-56 23-37 83. CHICAGO (88) Pippen 6-18 5-9 17, Kukoc 7-11 4-521, Longey 1-51-2 3, Harper 1-42-64, Jordan 9-25 1015 28, Rodman 1-40-2 2, Burrell 1-1 0-0 2, Kerr 3-7 2-211, Buechler 0-10-00. Totals 29-76 244188. ndlana 27 18 20 18—83 Chicago 19 29 21 19—88 3-Point goals—Indiana 6-16, (Miller 4-7, Jackson 2-4, Mullin 0-1, McKey 0-2, Best 0-2), Chicago 6-15, (Kukoc 34, Kerr 3-5, Rodman 0-1, Pippen 0-5). Fouled out—A.Davis. Rebounds—Indiana 47 (A.Davis 10), Chicago 60 (Pippen 12). Assists—Indiana 18 (Jackson 6), Chicago 18 (Jordan 8). Total fouls—Indiana 33, Chicago 30. Technical-Harper. A—23,844 (21,711). Women's World . UNITED STATES 79, SPAIN 68 SPAIN (68) Grande 3-6 0-0 6, Nieves 4-9 0-0 8, Alonso 35 2-2 8, Belen Alvaro 6-91-116, Cebrian 1-7 00 2, Sanchez 4-7 2-5 12, Aguilar 0-1 0-0 0, Valdemoro 1 -5 2-2 4, Valero 2-3 0-0 5° Pons 02 0-0 0, Ferragut 3-6 1-2 7. Totals 27-60 8-12 68. UNITED STATES (79) Williams 5-10 3-5 13, Staley 3-9 2-2 8, Leslie 10-181-1 21, Smith 3-81-28, McCray 3-71-1 7, AzziO-1 MO, Milton 2-21-1 5, Holdsclaw 4-9 33 11, Wolters 3-8 0-0 6, Bolton 0-6 0-0 0. Totals 33-7812-1579. Halltime score—United States, 37-33. 3-poinl goals—S 6-11 (Belen Alvaro 3, Sanchez 2, Valero 1), USA 1 -11 (Smith 1). Rebounds—S 23 (Valdemoro 5), USA 56 (Leslie 12). Fouled out—None. Assists—S 8 (Valdemoro 2), USA 15 (Staley 9). Total fouls—S 18, USA 20. A— 2,028. Track & field High school KSHSAA CHAMPIONSHIPS BOYS TEAM SCORES CLASS 6A Olathe East 60, Wichita Heights 41 'A, Olathe North 40, BV North 40, Junction City 37, SM South 34, Wichita Southeast 30, KC Schlagle 29, Hutchinson 25, BV Slilwell 21, Topeka Washbum Rural 21, Dodge City 20, SM West 20, Wichita North 18, Olathe South 16, Derby 15, SM North 15, Garden City 13, BV Northwest 12, Wichita South 12, Lawrence High 10, Wichita Wesl 10, Leavenworlh 6, SM Northwest 6, Emporia 3, Wichita East 2 Vi, Manhattan 1. CLASS SA Liberal 125, Salina Central 55, SM Miege 48, Goddard 37, Hays 35, KC Wyandotte 30, Salina South 30, Paola 28, Andover 18, Fort Scolt,16, El Dorado 15, McPherson 15, St. Thomas Aquinas 15, Winfield 15, Arkansas City 14, Wichita Canoll 12, Coffeyville 10, Topeka Seaman 10, Buhler 9, Newton 6, Independence 5, Shawnee Heights 4, Topeka Highland Park 4, Lawrence Free Stale 1, Pittsburg 1. CLASS 4A KC Sumner 53, Beloit 40, Concordia 38, Wamego 33, Goodland 30, DeSoto 27, Louisburg 23, Mulvane 23, Andale 22, Sabelha 21, Labette County 20, Ottawa 20, Chapman 18, Ellsworth 18, Hesston 18, Colby 17, Lansing 16, Gardner- Edgerton 12, Smoky Valley 11. Fredonia 10. Today's schedule MONDAY, JUNE 1 BASEBALL Anaheim al Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. Nickerson 10, Bonner Springs 9, Scott Cily 8, Baldwin 7'/«, Ulysses 7, Circle 6%, TMP-Marian 6, Marysvillfl 4'/«, Chaparral 4, Maur Hill A, Santa Fe Trail 4, Kingman 4, Russell 4, Burlington 2, Hugolon 2, Parsons 2, Anderson County 1, Girard 1, Holton 1, lola 1, Tonganoxie %. CLASS 3A Riley County 62, Oakley 45, Lyndon 44, Hois- inglon 40, Smith Center 32, Nemaha Valley 29, Royal Valley 24, WeMlle 20, Cheney 19, Norton 19, Central Heights 16, SE Saline 15, Halstead 14, Atchison County 13, Silver Lake 13, Baxter Springs 12, Chase County 12, Marion 12, Mission Valley 10, Oxford 10, Phillipsburg 10, Rock Cteek 10, Herington 8, Minneapolis 8, Oskaloosa 7, Northern Heights 6, Belleville 6, SE Cherokee 6, Ellinwood 6, Jayhawk Linn 6, Neodesha 6. Hills bora 4, Medicine Lodge 4, Trego 4, Pomona 2, Riverton 2, Southwestern Heights 1, Lyons 1. CLASS 2A St. John 87, Hill City 59, Hutchinson Trinity 36, SI. Francis 28, Ness City 26, Berean Academy 22%, Hoxie 22, Slanton County 22, Ellis 19, Bucklin 18, Quinler 17'A, Greensburg 15, Atv/ood 14, Caldwell 14, MankatoH Osborne 14. Washington 11, Valley Heights 10. Garden Plain 10, Sterling 10, Victoria 10, Clifton-Clyde 9, Wabaunsee B, Inman 8, Udall 8, Jeff North 8, Leoti 7, Meade 6, Walhena 6. Wesl Elk 4, Marmalon Valley 4, Moundridge 4, Valley Falls 4, Alloona Midway 1, Fairtield 1, Unionlown 1. CLASS 1A Bern 60, Burrton 48, Lucas-Luray 40, Ouivira Heights 30, Tribune 30, Sharon Springs 28'A, Hillcresl 26, Jetmore 26, Attica 18. Cenlralia 18, Coldwater 16, Ransom 16, North Central 15, Tescolt 15, Brewsler 12, Logan 12, Ashland 10, Protection 10, Bennington 8'/z, Lewis 8'A, Hanover 8, Lebo 8, Solomon 8, Frankfort 7, Whealland 7, Kensington 7, Hope 6, Macksville 6, Madison 6, Pawnee Heights 6, Clallin 4, Central Christian 4, South Barber 4, Rolla 4, Stafford 4, Cheylin 2, Crest 2, Jewell 2, Marais des Cygnes 2, BV Randolph 2, St. Paul 2, Waveriy 2, Northern Valley 1, Bazine 1, LeRoy 1, Linn 1, Minneola 1, Oswego 1, Williamsburg 1, Deerfield 'A. GIRLS TEAM SCORES CLASS 6A Le'avenworth 102, Junction City 39, Lawrence High 34, Olathe South 33!*, BV Northwest 32, Topeka High 31, Topeka Washbum Rural 30, Olathe North 26, Garden City 22 </i. Wichita West 20, BV North 17, SM East 16, BV Slilwell 16, SM Northwest 12, Wichita North 12, Wichita Southeast 12, Olathe East 11, SM West 11, SM South 10, Derby 8, Wichita Heights 8, KC Schlagle 7, Hutchinson 6, Manhattan 6, Wichita South 5. CLASS 5A Liberal 145, Great Bend 30, McPherson 30, Salina Central 27, Topeka Highland Park 27, SM Miege 26, Buhler 25VS, Goddard 24, Newton 24, El Dorado 21, Wichita Kapaun 20, St. Thomas Aquinas 17, Wichita Carroll 17, Valley Center 15, Hays 12V4, Lawrence Free State 12, Andover 10, Winlield 9, Arkansas Cily 6, Maize 6, Topeka Seaman 6, Topeka West 5, Paola 4, Shawnee Heights 4, KC Turner 2, KC Wyandolte 1, Salina South 1. CLASS 4A Marysville 50, Russell 36, Clay Center 33, Mulvane 28, Circle 28, Sabetha 27, Chanute 26, Ottawa 23, Smoky Valley 20, Perry Lecomplon 20, Girard 1,9, KC Sumner 18, Wamego 15, Colby 14, Haven 14, Lamed 14, Beloil 13, TMP-Marian 13, Clearwaler 12, OeSolo 12, Ulysses 11, lola 8, Nickerson 8, Rose Hill 8, Tpnganoxie 8, Andale 6, Concordia 6, Anderson County 6, Goodfand 6, Hiawatha 6, Abilene 5, Hugoton 4, Labelte County 2, Baldwin 2, Holton 2, Fredonia 1, Scott City 1, Wellington 1, Augusta </i, Council Grove 'A. CLASS 3A Hafsfaad 52, Conwayr Springs 40, Riley County 40, Cheney 33 'A, Lakin 32, Smith Center 26, Royal Valley 24, Central Heights 22, St. Marys 20, Ml. St. Scholastica 18, Hoisinglon 17, Immac- ulala 17, Cimarron 16, Hillsbora 16. Northern Heights 15, Medicine Lodge 14, Atchison County 12, Pomona 12, Oakley 11, SE Saline 10, Minneapolis 10, Nemaha Valley 9'A, Eudora 8, Maron 8, Rock Creek 6, Wichita Collegiate 6, Norton 1, Silver Lake 5, Phillipsburg 4, Trego 4, Wellsville 4, Baxter Springs 2, Holcomb 2, Jeff West 2, Belleville 1, Mission Valley 1, Eureka 1, Southwestern Heights 1. CLASS 2A Garden Plain 56, Clifton-Clyde 45, Pleasanton 40, Stanlon County 34, Moundridge 34, Bucklin 28, Jackson Heights 25, Plainville 25, Washington 22, Si Francis 20, Spearville 20, Quinter 19, Valley Heights 18, Frontenac 18, Hoxie 18, Olpe 18, Greensburg 10, Fairfipld 10, Berean Academy 9, Kinsley 8, Leoli 8, Osborne 8, Hartford 6, Goessel 4, Sterling 4, Tray 4, Inman 3, Hill City 2, Peabody 2, Pittsburg Colgan 2, Victoria 2, Wathena 2, Ness City 1, Valley Falls 1, Jeff North 1. CLASS 1A Grinnell 44, Bern 37, Baileyville 34, Williams, burg 33, SJ Betoit 28, Logan 21, Solomon 20, Tipton 20, Axtell 18, Macksville 16, Pratt Skyline 14, Pretty Prairie 14, Quivira Heights 13, Central Christian 12, Morfand 12, Weskan 12, Wetmore 12, Pike Valley 11, South Barber 10, Sharon Springs 10, Cenualia 8, Downs B, LaCrosse B, White Rock 7, Hanover 7, Jewell 7, Oswego 7, Golden Plains 7, Frankfort 6, Kensington 6, Little River 6, South Gray 6, BV Randolph 6, Ransom 6, Burrton 5, Crest 4, LeRoy 4, Cunningham 4, Madison 4, Natoma 4, Argonia 2, Hillcrest 2, Haviland 2, Jetmore 2, Wilson 2, Healy 1, Lewis 1, North Central 1, Sylvan 1, Tribune 1, Triplains 1. Auto racing NASCAR results DOVER, Del. (AP) — Results Sunday ol the MBNA Platinum 400 Winston Cup race at Dover Downs International Speedway, with starting position in parentheses, driver, hometown, type ol car, laps completed, reason out if any, and money won: 1. (4) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford 400 $89,950. 2. (37) Jeff Burton, South Boston. Va.. Ford, 400, $62,250. 3. (2) Jeff Gordon, Pittsboro, Ind., Chevrolet. 400, $79,350. 4. (36) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Christi, Texas, Pontiac, 400, $55,500. 5. (12) Jeremy Mayfield. Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 399, $42,325. 6. (5) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 399, $49,275. 7. (3) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark., Ford, 399, $40,780. 8. (19) Buckshot Jones, Tucker, Ga., Chevrolet, 399, $26,580. 9. (8) Ernie In/an, Salinas, Calif., Pontiac 398 $35,130. 10. (17) Terry Labonle, Corpus Christi, Texas, Chevrolet, 398, $43,430. 11. (7) Rick Mast, Lexington, Va., Ford, 398, $28,455. 12. (16) John Andretti, Indianapolis, Pontiac, 39B, $36,255. 13. (24) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford, 398, $31,165. 14. (21) Michael Waltrip. Owensboro, Ky, Ford, 397, $31,655. 15. (25) Ken Schrader, Fenlon, Mo., Chevrolet, 397, $32,905. 16. (29) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 397, $30,780. 17. <33) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Chevrolet, 397, $33,795. 18. (1) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 397, 539,680. 19. (20) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet, 396, $22,655. 20. (43) Darren Waltrip, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet, 396, $23,955. 21. (13) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Ford, 396, $29,955. 22. (22) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford, 396, $29,305. 23. (26) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 396, $29,455. 24. (15) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford, 395. $29,305. 25. (34) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet, 395, $33,205. 26. (6) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevrolet, 394, $28.555. 27. (18) Mike Skinner, Susanville, Calif., Chevrolet, 394, $21,405. 28. (42) Kevin Lepage, Shelburne, VI., Chevrolet, 394, $22,255. 29. (10) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pon- liac, 393, $28,105. 30. (33) Dave Marcis, Wausau, Wis., Chevrolet, 393, $17,955. 31. (27) Rich Bickle, Edgerton, Wis., Ford, 392. $24,905. 32. (41) Steve Grissom, Gadsden, Ala., Chevrolet, 392, $27,845. 33. (9) Kenny Irwin, Indianapolis, Ind., Ford, 391, $32,795. 34. (35) Gary Bradberry, Chelsea, Ala., Ford, 391, $17,745. 35. (32) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., Ponliac, 390, $27,545. 36. (11) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford, 390, $20,030. 37. (39) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Ford, 229, handling, $17,520. 38. (30) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 187, crash, $20,000. 39. (23) Robert Pressley, Asheville, N.C., Ford, 120, handling, $17,500. 40. (31) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 32, crash, $17,500. 41. (14) Johnny Benson, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ford. 9, crash, $24,500. 42. (28) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontiac, 9, crash, $24,500. 43. (40) Randy LaJoie, South Norwalk, Conn., Chevrolet, 9, crash, $24,500. CART results WEST ALLIS, Wis. (AP) — Results Sunday of the Miller Lite 200 CART FedEx Championship Series race, wilh starting position in parentheses, driver, hometown or country, make ol car, laps completed and reason out, if any: 1. (5) Jimmy Vasser, Las Vegas, Reynard- Honda, 200. 2. (10) Hello Castro-Neves, Brazil, Reynard- Mercedes, 200. 3. (7) Al Unser Jr., Albuquerque, N.M., Penske-Mercedes, 200. 4. (6) Dario Franchitti, Scotland, Reynard-Honda, 200. 5. (12) Bobby Rahal, New Albany, Ohio, Reynard-Ford, 200. 6. (24) Richie Heam, Henderson, Nev., Swift- Ford, 199. 7. (14) Paul Tracy, Canada, Reynard-Honda, 199. 8. (9)A'e*Zanardi, ija/y, Reynard-Honda, (99. 9. (23) Adrian Fernandez, Mexico, Reynard- Ford, 199. 10. (13) Scott Pruett, Crystal Bay, Nov., Reynard-Ford, 199. 11. (21) Bryan Herta, New Albany, Ohio, Reynard-Ford, 198. 12. (18) Mark Blunder!, England, Reynard-Mercedes, 196. 13. (2) Greg Moore, Canada, Reynard-Mercedes, 195. 14. (22) P.J. Jones, Rolling Hills, Calif., Reynard-Toyota, 195. 15. (25) Michel Jourdaln Jr., Mexico, Reynard- Ford, 194. 16. (19) Max Papis, Italy, Reynard-Toyota, 194. 17. (26) Tony Kanaan, Brazil, Reynard-Honda, 192. 18. (3) Andre Ribeiro, Brazil, Penske-Mercedes, 1B9. 19. (8) J.J. Lehto, Finland, Reynard-Mercedes, 119, overheating. 20. (16) Hobby Gordon, Orange, Calif., Reynard-Toyota, 118, crash. 21. (11) Mauricio Gugelmin, Brazil, Reynard-' Mercedes, 102, electrical. 22. (15) Gil de Ferran, Brazil, Reynard-Honda, 88, engine failure. 23. (20) Arnd Meier, Germany, Lola-Ford, 82, handling. 24. (17) Roberto Moreno, Brazil, Swift-Ford, 49, electrical. 25. (1) Palrick Carpentier, Canada, Reynard- Mercedes, crash. 26. (4) Michael Andretti, Nazarelh, Pa., Swift- Ford, crash. Salina Speedway SATURDAY'S RESULTS IMCA MODIFIED A feature — 1. Dave Hardesty; 2. Kenny Cross; 3. Joe Cleveland. B feature— 1. Frank Sell; 2. Kenny Sweet, Jr.; 3. Bert Colon. Heat winners — Cross, Cleveland, Darrick Klima, Darwin Fergusson. PRO STOCK A feature — 1. Dusty Kuntz; 2. Kenny Fuller 3. Scott Robins. Heat winners — Kuntz. Fuller. STRICTLY STOCK A feature — 1. Jeff Welsh; 2. John Kohler; 3. Tony Milholland. B feature — 1. Chris Mikesell; 2. Terry Eidet; 3. Mike O'Flannagan. Heat winners — Kohler, Ronny Robins, Danny Morrison. MINI STOCK A feature — 1. G.W. Fuller, 2. Billy Fuller; 3. Jason Baccus. B feature — 1. Squirt Belznen 2. Bob Murray; 3. Larry Garrione, Jr. Heat winners — Baccus, G.W. Fuller, Gary Utley, Brian Sellers. DWARF CARS A feature — 1. David Ratfurty; 2. Bud Lee; 3. Jeff Rallurty. Heat winners — Randy Davis, Clair.Splittstoesser, Wayne McMullen. Golf PGA results DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Final scores and money winnings Sunday from the $2.2 million Memorial Tournament played on the 7,163-yard, par- 72 Minefield Village Golf Club course: Fred Couples, $396,000 68-67-67-69—271 Andrew Magee, $237,600 67-71 -68-69—275 David Duval, $149,600 74-66-67-69—276 Jim Furyk, $105,600 74-68-67-68—277 B. Chamblee, $83,600 71-72-66-69—278 Davis Love III, $83,600 66-73-66-73—278 Tim Herron, $66,275 72-72-67-68—279 M. Calcavecchia, $66,275 68-69-72-70—279 Ted Tryba, $66,275 67-71-68-73—279 Ernie Els, $66,275 67-72-67-73—279 Craig Stadler, $46,640 67-73-70-70—280 Jesper Pamevik, $46,640 Robert Damron, $46,640 Glen Day, $46,640 Tom Lehman, $46,640 Frank Nobilo, $30,863 Bob Tway, $30,863 Justin Leonard, $30,863 Neal Lancaster, $30,863 Kirk Triplet!, $30,863 Chris Perry, $30,863 Bobby Wadklns, $30,863 Steve Lowe ry, $19,580 Dan Foreman, $19,580 Jay Haas, $19,580 Mark Wiebe, $19,580 Brett Ouigley, $19,580 Brad Fabel, $15,620 Steve Jones, $15,620 Larry Mize, $15,620 Billy Maylair, $12,477 Lee Janzen, $12,477 Sieve Strieker, $12,477 Nick Faldo, $12,477 John Cook, $12,477 Len Mattiace, $12,477 John Huston, $12,477 Fred Funk, $9,240 Stewart Cink, $9,240 Scott Verplank, $9,240 Harrison Frazar, $9,240 Edward Fryatt, $9,240 Trevor Dodds, $9,240 Greg Kraft, $7,040 Kenny Perry, $7,040 Bob Estes, $7,040 Joey Sindelar, $7,040 Brent Geiberger, $5,764 Mark Brooks, $5,764 Brad Elder, $5,764 Don Pooley, $5,148 Tiger Woods, $5,148 David Toms, $5,148 Doug Tewell, $5,148 Brad Faxon, $5,148 Phil Blackmar, $5,148 Jeff Gallagher, $5,148 Joe Ozaki, $4,884 Esleban Toledo, $4,884 Jim Carter, $4,884 Mike Hulbert, $4,752 Gabriel Hjertstedt, $4,752 Frank Lickliter, $4,752 Jeff Maggert, $4,620 David Edwards, $4,620 Kevin Sutherland, $4,620 Steve Pate, $4,532 Vrjay Singh, $4,466 , . David Ogriri, $4,466 Jeff Sluman, $4,400 Payne Stewart, $4,356 73-71-66-70—280 70-70-69-71—280 73-71-65-71—280 68-70-70-72—280 71-72-69-69—281 70-73-68-70—281 69-70-71-71—281 73-69-68-71—281 67-71-70-73—281 71-69-68-73—281 71-72-65-73—281 73-71-71-67—282 69-75-68-70—282 69-76-67-70—282 72-70-68-72—282 69-69-70-74—282 71-71-70-71—283 68-71-72-72—283 72-70-66-75—283 72-73-68-71—284 68-74-70-72—284 71-72-68-73-284 71-70-69-74—284 74-68-68-74—284 68-67-73-76—284 69-75-65-75-SB4 75-69-70-71—285 75-69-70-71—285 72-70-71-72—285 68-69-75-73—285 73-70-69-73—285 66-72-72-75—285 67-74-76-69—286 71-69-76-70—286 72-68-74-72—286 66-72-73-75—286 69-70-76-72—287 68-75-72-72—287 70-72-70-75—287 71-73-73-71—288 70-74-71-73—288 72-73-70-73—288 73-67-74-74—288 74-71-69-74—288 73-69-71-75—288 71-74-68-75—288 75-70-72-72—289 73-70-73-73—289 74-71-69-75—289 70-75-70-75—290 69-75-70-76—290 72-70-69-79—290 75-69-74-73—291 74-69-72-76—291 70-73-70-78—291 66-74-73-79—292 73-70-76-74—293 74-70-70-79—293 73-70-75-77—295 67-72-74-83-298 Seniors results SEWICKLEY, Pa. (AP) - Final scores and money winnings Sunday of the $1.1 million Pittsburgh Senior Classic on the 6,781-yard, par-72 Sewlckley Heights Golf Club course: Larry Nelson, $165,000 65-65-74—204 Bob Duval, $96,800 72-69-68—209 Jay Sigel, $79,200 72-66-72—210 Al Geiberger, $66,000 67-72-72—211 Hubert Green, $36,771 72-72-68—212 Bobby Stroble, $36,771 70-73-69—212 Ed Dougherty, $36,771 71-70-71—212 Gary Player, $36,771 72-69-71—212 Ray Floyd, $36,771 71-69-72—212 Gil Morgan, $36,771 73-67-72—212 John Bland, $36,771 72-66-74—212 J.C. Snead, $21,725 70-75-68—213 Fred Gibson, $21,725 73-71-69—213 Joe Inman, $21,725 68-72-73—213 Walt Morgan, $21,725 67-72-74—213 J.M. Canizares, $17,078 73-72-69—214 Bob Eastwood, $17,078 70-73-71—214 David Graham, $17,078 70-72-72—214 Frank Conner, $17,078 72-68-74—214 Rocky Thompson, $14,520 72-73-71—216 Dana Ouigley, $13,640 69-71-77—217 John Jacobs, $11,572 77-71-70—218 Lee Trevlno, $11,572 74-70-74—218 Dale Douglass, $11,572 71-72-75—218 Tommy Aaron, $11,572 71-72-75—218 George Archer, $11,572 71-71-76—218 Bob Murphy, $8,928 75-74-70—219 Bruce Crampton, $8,928 73-74-72—219 Tom Wargo, $8,928 70-76-73—219 Jim Colbert, $8,928 74-72-73—219 Bob Dickson, $8,928 73-70-76—219 Mike Hill, $8,928 71-70-78—219 Dick Hendrickson, $6,930 73-75-72—220 Jerry McGee, $6,930 75-72-73—220 Dave Eichelberger, $6,930 77-70-73—220 John Mahatley, $6,930 72-73-75—220 Leonard Thompson, $6,930 70-75-75—220 John Morgan, $5,610 72-76-73—221 Hugh Baiocchi, $5,610 74-73-74—221 John Scriroeder, $5,610 • 70-73-78—221 Mike McCullough, $5,610 71-72-78—221 Bruce Lehnhard, $5,610 75-67-79—221 Artis Pike, $4,840 75-76-71—222 Kermit Zartey, $4,840 76-67-79—222 Kurt Cox, $4,180 75-73-75—223 Billy King, $4,180 69-76-78—223 Terry Dill, $4,180 68-76-79—223 John Paul Cain, $4,180 72-72-79—223 Buzz Thomas, $3,300 78-74-72—224 Brian Barnes, $3,300 74-74-76—224 Roy Vucinich, $3,300 77-70-77—224 Bud Allin, $3,300 73-73-78—224 Ben Smith, $2,640 • 76-74-75—225 Chi Chi Rodriguez, $2,640 74-75-76—225 Bobby Nichols, $2,640 . 75-74-76—225 Don Bies, $2,200 76-76-74—226 Tom Jenkins, $2,200 ' 74-77-75—226 David Lundstram, $2,200 73-77-76—226 Bob E. Smith, $2,200 73-74-79-226 Chuck Milne, $2,200 71-71-84—226 Bob Charles, $1,705 74-79-74—227 Butch Baird, J1.705 78-74-75—227 Miller Barber, $1,705 77-73-77—227 Jim Albus, $1,705 73-75-79—227 Orville Moody, $1,375 74-77-77—228 Tom Shaw, $1,375 74-76-78—228 Arnold Palmer, $1,078 81-76-72—229 Larry Ziegler, $1,078 82-74-73—229 Larry Laoretti, $1,078 77-74-78—229 Jim Ferree, $1,078 80-69-80—229 Waller Zembriski, $809 77-76-77—230 Billy Casper, $809 74-77-79—230 Harold Henning, $809 68-82-80—230 Jim Dent, $809 81 -70-79—230 Fritz Gambetta, $682 77-76-78—231 County Four-Ball SALINE COUNTY FOUR BALL At Elks Country Club Par 71-70-71-212 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Vandegrilt-Brown 70-67-68-205 Vidricksen-Alt 69-67-70-206 Neuschafer-Robertson 70-70-66-206 Ryan-Norton 71-69-69-209 Cline-Hulleen 66-68-76-210 Jensen-Jensen 68-70-73-211 Vogel-Roth 70-70-74-214 Riddle-Newell 77-67-70-214 Dawson-Roth 72-71-72-215 Ring-Miller ' 72-71-73-216 Knox-Knox 75-66-76-217 Payne-Mitchell • 74-70-74-218 McArthur-Alt 71-71-77-219 Kindlesparger-Kindlesparger 70-72-78-220 Driver-Sorem 74-70-76-220 Loomis-Schefler 70-73-80-223 FIRST FLIGHT Moos-Jones 72-75-73-220 Simpson-Denning 77-71-73-221 Tuttle-Belt 73-73-76-222 Knipp-Fromdahl 78-67-77-222 Gibson-Ramage 72-75-76-223 Dupy-Shriver 71-78-74-223 Frohardt-lngrassia 78-70-76-224 Rittle-Robb 72-75-77-224 Brumley-Williams 75-70-80-225 Burch-Burch Peterson-Anderson Moline-Moline Plumer-Scheibmeir Jones-Rackley Redding-Morgan Slulterheim-Stuttemeim 79-69-77-225 77-72-78-227 76-71-81-228 76-73-79-228 76-73-80-229 76-73-82-231 75-74-83-232 SECOND FLIGHT Slainbrook-Miles 75-76-73-224 Martin-Pleschl 77-74-74-225 Lebahn-Silvers 78-75-76-227 Tingen-Lowen 77-73-77-227 Syring-Graham 76-75-77-228 McMurray-Hedge 80-74-74-228 Martln-Morrone 78-73-78-229 Nelson-Burke 79-74-76-229 Johnson-DeVoss 76-77-78-231 Robbins-Cordero 74-77-81-232 Peatling-Klingzell 78-76-79-233 Fair-Sanchez 77-74-83-234 Wilson-Lebahn 78-76-82-236 Danaher-Renz 77-78-82-237 Field-Bradshaw . 78-76-83-237 Lilly-Yamevich 76-79-84-239 Frazier-Frazier 77-76-88-241 THIRD FLIGHT Vidricksen-Barr 80-80-72-232 Simpson-Knight 79-78-76-233 Bamett-Bamett 77-79-78-234 Doucette-Alvarez 79-79-76-234 Crowell-Broughton 81-78-77-236 Butler-Smith 79-79-78-236 MacDonald-Fuller 79-79-78-236 Klein-Klein 80-76-83-239 Drake-Ginther 78-78-83-239 Woll-Carswell 84-74-82-240 Sitzman-Eilrich 80-78-84-242 Maddox-Kohte 82-78-82-242 Knipp-Buchholz 82-77-85-244 Enderby-Groff 81-78-87-246 FOURTH FLIGHT Ames-Stevenson 83-79-76-238 Schneider-Lambert 84-78-79-241 Kuder-Kuder 88-73-82-243 Payne-Frank 86-76-81-243 Lunnln-Abbott 83-81-80-244 Lamer-Latham 85-78-81-244 Boaz-Nelson 81-80-85-248 Miller-Ring 80-83-83-246 Raymer-Weldman 83-82-81-246 Sanchez-Johnson 81-80-85-246 Lawson-Dorf 89-73-85-247 McCall-Yost 85-77-85-247 McMahon-ltschner 78-83-87-248 Shearer-Pistora 85-77-88-250 Mitchell-Martin 88-75-90-253 Rudolph-Kellogg 79-84-90-253 FIFTH FLIGHT Ouderklrk-Cloutier 83-84-74-241 Stephens-D'Alanno 82-84-83-249 Nordstrom-Erickson 88-80-81-249 Fetter-Richardson 87-80-84-251 Finan-Treffer 84-85-84-253 Faleber-Wallace 86-87-80-253 Menard-McGinley 85-85-84-254 McMichael-Taylor 8343-88-254 Fiske-Fabrizius 85-81-89-255 Brown-Parks 91-77-87-255 Chaffee-Wemer 88-85-84-257 Hagmeier-Naylor 90-79-92-261 Heigele-Mundy 88-82-92-262 Greip-Greip 91-83-91-265 Jester-Vinson 99-82-94-275 Allen-Donovan 100-88-106-292 Huffman-Hrabe 108-91-94-293 Hole-in-one WHO —Jeremy Hopkins. WHERE — Green Valley G.C, Pratt. WHEN — Saturday, May 30,1998. HOLE — No. 7. DISTANCE —154 yards. CLUB USED —9-iron. WITNESSES — Jason Grilfin, Scott Griffin, Josh Wallace. Tennis French Open HOW SEEDED PLAYERS FARED PARIS (AP) — How the seeded players fared Sunday at the French Open tennis championships at Roland Garros Stadium: MEN Singles Third round Alex Corretja (14), Spain, del. Heman Gumy, Argentina, 6-1,5-7,6-7 (4-7), 7-5,9-7. Fourth round Felix Mantilla (15), Spain, def. Ramon Delgado, Paraguay, 6-2,6-2,64. Carlos Moya (12), Spain, def. Jens Knippschild, Germany, 6-3,7-5,3-6,6-4. Marcelo Rios (3), Chile, def. Albert Costa (13), Spain, 4-6, &4,6-3,6-3. WOMEN Singles Fourth round Martina Hingis (1), Switzerland, def. Anna Smashnova, Israel, 6-1,6-2. Venus Williams (8), Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., del. Henrieta Nagyova, Slovakia, 6-1,6-3. Lindsay Davenpdrt (2), Newport Beach, Calif., def. Sandrine Testud (14), France, 6-3,4-6,6-2. Monica Seles (fi),'Sarasola, Ra., def. Chanda Rubin, Lafayette, La., 6-1,6-4. Aranlxa Sanchez Vkario (4), Spain, def. Serena Williams, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., 4-6,75,6-3. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Placed RHP Scott Kamieniecki on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 23. CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Assigned LHP Larry Caslan outright to Calgary of the PCL National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Placed C Jorge Fabregas on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled OF Karim Garcia from Tucson of the PCL HOUSTON ASTROS—Placed OF Richard Hidalgo on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled OF Ray Montgomery from New Orleans of the PCL PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Designated RHP Matt Whiteside for assignment. Purchased the contract ol RHP Toby Borland from Scranton ol the International League. Promoted Ian development manager Rob Holiday to administrator for baseball development and scouting.. Midwest League ROCKFORD CUBBIES—Placed RHP Shane Sullivan on the disabled list. Texas-Louisiana League LUBBOCK CRICKETS—Signed OF Tito Landrum and OF Carlos Perez. Western Baseball League BEND BANDITS—Signed INF-OF Troy Bidwell. Traded OF Mark Lopez to the Richmond Roosters of the Frontier League for future consideration. PACIFIC SUNS—Placed INF Frank Valdez on the disabled list. Signed INF Bemie Nunez. FOOTBALL Canadian Football League SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS—Signed OT Phillipe White and OT Dan Rounds. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Acquired C-LW Dmitri Nabokov from the Chicago Blackhawks for LW Jean-Pierre Dumont and a 1998 fifth- round draft choice. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS—Signed D Michal Rozsival and RW Boris Protsenko. V SPORTS PUBLISHING Fitzgerald to publish own magazine on KSU sports By BOB DAVIDSON Tlie Salina Journal Tim Fitzgerald is bidding farewell to Purple Pride, the Kansas State sports magazine he has produced the past three years. But he's not turning his back on K-State. Not at all. Fitzgerald has announced plans to publish his own magazine focusing on Kansas State athletics — Tim Fitzgerald's Powercat Illustrated. "I wanted K-Staters to have a quality magazine for years to come," said FITZGERALD Fitzgerald, whose resignation as editor of Purple Pride is effective today. 'The best way to assure that happening is to produce a magazine owned and operated by K-Staters who share the same interest." Purple Pride was initially published by the Wichita Eagle Publishing Company. Fitzgerald was its first editor. IntelliSports of Overland Park purchased Purple Pride and two similar publications, Inside Mizzou Sports and Jayhawk Insider, in late 1996. "The current owner has no allegiance to any of the three schools," Fitzgerald said. "He has no ties to K-State. 1 can't tell what his plans are for the magazine. The best way to predict the future is to create it." Fitzgerald has secured financial backing for Powercat Illustrated. "We've got a number of K-Staters ... spread from Kansas City to western Kansas who share my interest and want to have a magazine that will be around for years to come for the school, the fans and the (athletic) programs." Fitzgerald said the new publication will debut in July with Wildcats '98, a 48-page preseason look at K-State's football team and its Big 12 Conference opponents. The cost will be $4.98 plus shipping and handling. A special first-year introductory rate of 26 issues for $25 to the magazine also will be available. The first regular issue is planned for August. Fitzgerald plans to publish 26 issues annually — once a week during football season (24 pages) and once every two weeks during basketball season. An early June issue and double issue in July are also scheduled. Purple Pride publishes 24 issues annually. Fitzgerald will write and design the magazine from his new home in Manhattan, where he will relocate this month. He will be assisted by his wife Becky, former Lifestyles Editor at the Journal, and writers and photographers who assisted him with Purple Pride. Fitzgerald also has written a book on K-State football that will be available in August called Wildcat Gridiron Guide: Past and Present Stories of Kansas State Football. SPORTS DIGEST Greene runs wind-aided 9.79 100 meters, wins 200 By The Associated Press EUGENE, Ore.— Kansas native Maurice Greene rah one of the fastest, and perhaps the nibst impressive, 100 meters ever Sunday, a wind-aided 9.79- second clocking at the Prefontaine Classic. Then he capped an exceptional afternoon by beating world record-holder Michael Johnson in the 200 meters in a barely wind-aided 19.88. Johnson, in far from top form, was third behind Obadele Thompson. "It shows that American sprinters are not playing anymore," Greene said. "We're out for business, and when I step on the track, I mean business." Greene, 23, wasn't the only young American sprint sensation to have a big afternoon. Marion Jones, 22, won the 100 in a wind-aided 10.77, then took the long jump with a leap of 23-11 K . Basketball BREMEN, Germany — Lisa Leslie scored 21 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked four shots as the United States remained undefeated in the Women's World Championships with a 7968 victory over Spain on Sunday. The Americans dominated the boards getting 20 offensive rebounds to just two for Spain, and outrebounding the Spanish 56-23 overall. The victory sets up a Group E championship game against unbeaten Russia on Monday. The winner will have the top seed going into the single-elimination finals in Berlin June 4-7. Football MARIETTA, Ga. — An autopsy of defensive tackle Leon Bender failed to explain why the second-round draft choice of the Oaklland Raiders died suddenly, police said Sunday. Bender, 22, who helped Washington State to the Rose Bowl last season, was found dead Saturday in the bathroom of his agent's home in this north Atlanta suburb. The 6-foot- 5, 300-pound Bender, the No. 31 choice overall in the NFL draft in April, had been in Atlanta for about two weeks and had been working out with his agent, Ter- nCKinciS ry Bolar, and a few other play- BENptR ers. Bender was staying at Bolar's house. Bender's mother, Antoinette Bender, said her son suffered from epilepsy. It was not known whether that condition might have contributed to his ' death. The body was sent to the state crime lab for further analysis. The results are not expected back for two to three months, Cobb County police spokesman Robert Quigley said in a recorded message to news media. Bender, from Santee, Calif., signed a five-year, $3.45 million contract with Oakland on May 12. OMAHA, Neb. — The new athletic director at Oklahoma said it is a "travesty" that the Sooners are not playing Nebraska in football every year, and said he wants to rekindle the old rivalry. Joe Castiglione moves from the athletic director post at Missouri to Oklahoma in July. He said he has talked with Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Byrne about lining up an NU-OU game in years in which the Big 12 Conference schedule doesn't pair the schools. Golf ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Hollis Stacy, a 17-time winner on the LPGA tour between 1977 and 1985, moved within two shots of leader Rosie Jones on Sunday before repeated rain delays postponed the Rochester International. Play will resume at 8 a.m. Monday. Hockey DETROIT — The "Vladinator" was back in the house. And the Detroit Red Wings were one victory away from the Stanley CUp Finals. With injured defenseman Vladimir Kon- stantinov watching from a private suite, Vyacheslav Kozlov broke a tie at 11:30 of the third period, lifting the Red Wings to a 3-2 victory over the Dallas Stars on Sunday in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals. Kirk Maltby and Steve Yzerman also scored for the Red Wings, who took a 3-1 lead in the best-of-7 series. Pat Verbeek and Sergei Zubov scored for the Stars. SEWICKLEY, Pa. — Mario Lemieux, who is threatening to sue Pittsburgh Penguins co-owner Roger Marino for deferred salary still owed him, says he has no hard feelings and won't play for any other team. Lemieux laughed off published reports in Canada that he might end his one-year retirement. At least two Canadian newspapers suggested last week that any lawsuit would be a ruse to free him from his ties to the Penguins, allowing him to sign a rich contract elsewhere. "Nope, no chance," Lemieux said while attending the Pittsburgh Senior Classic. "I played for one team my entire career. That's what I wanted. "Things are good now (in retirement). It's great. I love it. It's a different life, but I like it." The Penguins still owe Lemieux about $24 million in deferred compensation under the $42 million contract he signed in 1992. 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