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B2 SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule AUTO RACING 6:30 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing, Winston Cup Sehes, Pontiac Excitement 400, ESPN, cable 38. 8 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, True Value 500k, TNN. cable 34. 9 p.m. — CART Auto Racing, pole qualifying lor Detroit Grand Prix. ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL 11;30 a.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World Series, Southern California vs. Arizona Stale, CBS, cable 5,12. Noon — Major League Baseball, Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs, FOX, cable 4. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Kansas City at Houston, KMBC, cable 9. 7:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, San Diego at Texas, IX, cable 28. BASKETBALL Noon — Women's basketball, Women's World Championship ol Basketball, United Stales vs. Brazil, NBC. cable 3.13. GOLF 1:30 p.m. — LPGA Golf, Michelob Light Classic, ESPN2, cable 39. 3 p.m. — PGA Golf, Kemper Open, CBS, cable 5.12. 4:30 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf. Nationwide Championship, ESPN, cable 38. HORSE RACING 1:30 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing, True North Handicap, Just A Game Breeder's Cup and Riva Ridge, ESPN, cable 38. 3:30 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing. The Bel- mom Stakes, ABC, cable 9,10. TENNIS 2 p.m. — Tennis, French Open, NBC, cable 3, 13. Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB New York 42 13 .764 — Boston 34 24 .586 9VS Toronto 30 30 .500 14V4 Baltimore 29 31 .483 15'/i Tampa Bay 25 34 .424 19 Central Division W L Pet. GB Cleveland 35 24 .593 — Minnesota 26 32 .448 8'A Chicago 24 34 .414 10'/i Kansas City 22 36 .379 12'A Detroit 21 35 .375 12V4 West Division W L Pet. GB Texas 36 23 .610 — Anaheim 31 26 .544 4 Seattle 26 33 .441 10 Oakland 24 33 .421 11 Thursday's results Toronto 9, Detroit 6 Chicago White Sox 7, Kansas City 1 Oakland 6, Texas 1 Boston 9, Baltimore 1 NY Yankees 6, Tampa Bay 1 Cleveland 3, Minnesota 2 Anaheim 6, Seattle 2 Friday's results Chicago Cubs 6, Chicago White Sox 5,12 innings Pittsburgh 6, Minnesota 1 Cincinnati 2, Cleveland 1 Philadelphia 8, Toronto 7 Montreal 5, Tampa Bay 2 NY Mats 9, Boston 2 Baltimore 3, Atlanta 2 NY Yankees 5, Florida 1 Kansas City 3, Houston 0 Milwaukee 7, Detroit 3 Texas 8, San Diego 7 Colorado at Anaheim (n) Los Angeles at Seattle (n) Arizona at Oakland (n) Saturday's games Atlanta (Millwood 7-2) at Baltimore (Mussina 4-2), 12:15 p.m. NY Mets (Jones 4-3) el Boston (Wakelield 62), 12:15 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Eyre 1-5) at Chicago Cubs (Tapani 7-3), 12:15 p.m. Florida (Sanchez 3-1) at N.Y. Yankees (Mendoza 3-1), 3:05 p.m. Arizona (An.Benes 4-5) at Oakland (Oquist 23), 3:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Reyes 0-1) at Seattle (Fassero 5-2), 3:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Portugal 2-1) at Toronto (Guzman 3-6), 3:05 p.m. Montreal (Moore 2-5) at Tampa Bay (Arrojo 83), 5:35 p.m. Cleveland (Wright 4-3) at Cincinnati (Remlinger 3-6), 6:05 p.m. Minnesota (Milton 3-5) at Pittsburgh (Cordova 6-3), 6:05 p.m. Kansas City (Rosado 14) at Houston (Lima 62), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Florie 3-1) at Milwaukee (Karl 5-2), 7:05 p.m. San Diego (Hitchcock 3-0) at Texas (Burkett 35), 7:35 p.m. Colorado (Kile 5-7) at Anaheim (Olivares 2-2), 9:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 42 19 .689 — New York 32 23 .582 7 Philadelphia 27 30 .474 13 Montreal 23 36 .390 18 Florida 17 42 .288 24 Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 35 24 .593 — Chicago 35 24 .593 — Milwaukee 29 28 .509 5 Pittsburgh 30 30 .500 5V4 SL Louis 29 30 .492 6 Cincinnati 28 33 .459 8 West Division W L Pet. GB San Diego 37 24 .607 — San Francisco 37 24 .607 — Los Angeles 29 30 .492 7 Colorado 26 34 .433 1014 Arizona 19 41 .317 17V4 Thursday's results San Diego 5, Houston 1 Colorado 5, Arizona 2 Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 2 Friday's result San Francisco 3, St. Louis 2 Saturday's game San Francisco (Rueter 7-3) at St. Louis (Slol- tlemyre 6-5), 7:10 p.m. National League GIANTS 3, CARDINALS 2 SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl DHmtn cf 5120 DeShds 2b 5010 Mueller3b 2100 RLnkfdcf 5110 Bonos If 4100 McGwr tb 4122 JKenlSb 5022 BJrdanrl 4000' Javier rl 5010 GaettiSb 3000 Snow 1b 4011 Mabry If 3010 BJhnsnc 4010 Clayton ss 2010 Aurilia ss 3000 Lmpkin c 2000 Poote p 0000 Pgnozzi c 1010 SReed p 0000 Bttnlld p 0000 RRdrgzp 0000 BRHnlrph 1000 Nen p 0000 Aybar p 1010 Hrshsrp 2000 Painter p 0000 RSnchz ss 1000 Gant ph 0000 Crshore p 0000 McGeeph 1000 Bmlley p 0000 Totals 35 3 7 3 Totals 32 2 8 2 San Francisco 003 000 000—3 SL Louis 200 000 000—2 E—Clayton (10). DP—San Francisco 2. LOB—San Francisco 11, St. Louis 11. 28— JKenl (20), HLankford (13), Clayton (11). HR— McGwire (28). SB—Javier (4). S—Clayton. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Hershiser W.6-3 6 62254 Poole 1-300000 SReed 1 10010 RRodriguez 1 10001 NenS,17 2-300002 SI Louis BotlenfieldL,1-3 3 43333 Aybar 21-3 1 0 0 2 0 Painter 2-30001 1 Croiishore 2 20002 Brantley 1 00000 HBP—by Hershiser (Gaelti). Umpires—Home, West; First, Danley; Second, Kellogg; Third, Quick. T—3:09. A—43,239 (49,676). Interleague ROYALS 3, ASTROS 0 KANSAS CITY HOUSTON abrhbi abrhbl Damon d 4000 Biggio 2b 4010 Oftrmn 2b 4110 DeBell rl 4010 JKing 1b 3110 Bgwell tb 4010 Palmer 3b 4121 Alou If 4000 Conine It 3000 Everett cl 3010 Dye rl 4000 Spiers 3b 4010 Fasano c 3011 Gterrez ss 3020 LRivra ss 3011 Asmus c 3010 Belcher p 2000 Schrek p t 0 0 0 Mackph 1000 Phillips ph 1000 JMIgm p 0000 Nlkwsk p 0000 DHenry p 0000 DCIark ph 1000 Totals 31 3 6 3 Totals 32 0 8 0 Kansas City 100 000 002—3 Houston 000 000 000—0 E—Offerman (8). OP—Kansas City 1, Houston 1. LOB—Kansas City 6, Houston 9. 2B-^JK- ing (7), Palmer (12). S—Belcher, Ausmus, Schourek. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Belcher W.5-6 8 70013 JMtgmS.tO 1 10010 Houston Schourek L.2-4 7 21148 Nitkowski 1 11101 DHenry t 31100 Nitkowski pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Davidson; Second. Gorman; Third, Hallion. T—2:36. A—27,895 (54,370). PHILLIES 8, BLUE JAYS 7 PHILADELPHIA TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl Glnvillecl 5131 JoCruzct 3110 Jtferies If 5110 SGreen rf 4222 SRolen 3b 4232 Cnseco II 4000 Brognalb 5011 Slewart II 1000 Lbrthalc 5220 CDIgdolb 5011 KJrdandh 4210 Stanley dh 4111 Abreu rf 5022 TFmdz 2b 2100 MLewis2b 3010 Sprgue3b 3100 AAriasss 5011 KLBwnc 3112 AGnzIz ss 4000 Totals 41 815 7 Totals 33 7 6 6 Philadelphia 200 002 022—8 Toronto 010 300 102—7 E—SRolen (8), Brogna (2), Lieberthal (5), SGreen (5). DP—Philadelphia 2, Toronto 1. LOB—Philadelphia 10, Toronto 6.2B—Jelfen'es (11), Brogna (15), Lieberthal (8), SGreen (12), KLBrown (6). HR—SGreen (12), Stanley (12). SB—Abreu (6), SGreen (13), CDelgado (1). IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia TGreenW,4-4 7 55455 MLeiterS,11 2 12213 Toronto Hentgen 61-3 10 4 4 1 1 VanRyn 2-300000 RisleyL,0-3 1-3222 1 0 Quantrill 12-3 3 2 1 0 2 HBP—by Quanlrill (MLewis), by Ouantrill (SRolen), by TGreen (Sprague). WP—TGreen. Umpires—Home, Brinkman; First, Cousins; Second, Barrett; Third, Culbreth. T—3:00. A—31,176(51,000). YANKEES 5, MARLINS 1 FLORIDA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbi Dnwdy cf 4000 Knblch 2b 4022 Rnleria ss 4000 Brosius 3b 4000 Kolsay rf 4000 O'Neill rf 4120 ZeileSb 4130 TMrtnz 1b 2011 Floyd If 3010 BWIIms cl 3100 OLeelb 3000 Slrwbrdh 3111 RJcksn dh 2010 Curtis If 3100 Zaun c 3000 Girardi c 3110 Cunsell 2b 3 0 0 0 Sojo ss 3001 Totals 30 1 S 0 Totals 29 5 7 5 Florida 000 000 100—1 New York 000 001 22x—5 E—Floyd (4), Knoblauch (6). DP-Florida 1, New York 1. LOB—Florida 3, New York 9.2B— Zeile (9), RJackson (5), O'Neill (18), Girardi (2). HR—Strawberry (9). SB—BWilliams (11), Strawberry (6). CS—Floyd (7). IP H RER BB SO Florida Fonlenot L.0-3 62-3 7 3 3 4 4 FHeredia 1 02222 Edmondson 1-30 0 0 2 0 New York Pettitte W.7-5 9 51014 HBP—by Edmondson (Knoblauch). WP— Fonlenol 2. Umpires—Home, Kaiser; First, Scott; Second, Welke; Third, Cederstrom. T-2:41.A-28,085 (57,545). ORIOLES 3, BRAVES 2 ATLANTA BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl Weiss ss 4010 ByAdsn cf 4010 Lckhrtdh 3010 EDavisrf 3111 ChJnes3b 4000 Carter dh 3 1 1 t Glrrga 1b 4020 RPImr 1b 3010 Klesko II 4111 RAImr2b 2010 JLopezc 4000 SurMII 3000 Tucker rl 4010 CRpkenSb 3000 AJones cf 4000 Wbsler c 3111 Grflnno2b 2111 Rbouletss 2000 Totals 33 2 7 2 Totals 26 3 6 3 Atlanta 001 000 001—2 Baltimore 101 100 OOx—3 DP—Atlanta 1, Baltimore 1. LOB—Atlanta 6, Baltimore 2. HR—Klesko (9), Graffanino (2), EDavis (10), Carter (5), Webster (4). CS— RPalmeiro (5). IP H RER BB SO Atlanta NeagleL,7-3 8 63333 Baltimore Erickson W.6-6 9 72224 Umpires—Home, Meriwether; First, Evans; Second, McCoy; Third, Johnson. T—1:53. A—48,039 (48,262). CUBS 6, WHITE SOX 5 CHICAGO (A) CHICAGO (N) abrhbl abrhbl Drham2b 6000 Alxndr3b 5030 Caruso ss 6010 Mmdni2b 4100 TCstillop 0000 MaGcetb 4110 FThmsIb 5210 Sosarf 4222 Belle If 4221 Blauserss 5130 Vntura 3b 5022 HRdrgz If 2013 Crdero rf 5110 Lowery d 1000 Krchnrp 0000 JHmdzcf 3000 Snopek ss 0000 TAdms p 0000 MOrdz d 5011 Hrdtke ph 1000 Kreuterc 4021 Beckp 0000 Parque p 1000 Mieske ph 1000 Bldwin p 0000 Mlhllnd p 0000 JAbbolt ph 1000 Servais c 5000 Frdhm p 0000 Trchsel p 2000 Foulke p 0000 BBrwn d 3121 Norton ph 1000 Simas p 0000 Cmeron d 1000 Totals 44 510 5 Totals 40 612 6 Chicago (A) 200 003 000 000—5 Chicago (N) 003 020 000 001—6 No outs when winning run scored. DP—Chicago (A) 2, Chicago (N) 1. LOB— Chicago (A) 7, Chicago (N) 15. 2B—Belle (20), MOrdonez (9), Blauser (6), HRodriguez (12), BBrown (11). HR—Sosa (17), BBrown (6). CS—Sosa 2 (7). S—Parque, Alexander. IP H RER BB SO Chicago (A) Parque 4 75553 Baldwin 1 10021 Fordham 11-31 0 0 2 0 Foulke 2-300000 Simas 2 10021 Karchner 2 10022 TCastilloL,1-2 0 11100 Chicago (N) Trachsel 72-3 9 5 5 2 4 TAdams 11-30 0 0 1 3 Beck 2 00003 Mlhllnd W.2-1 1 10000 Parque pitched to 2 batters in the 5th, TCastil- lo pitched to 1 baiter in the 12th. Umpires—Home, Williams, C.; First, Rapuano; Second, Dreckman; Third, WendelstedL T—3:50. A—38,097 (38,884). PIRATES 6, TWINS 1 MINNESOTA PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl Nixond 4000 Wmack2b 4010 Gates 3b 4010 AMrtin If 4110 Molilor 1b 4011 Kendall c 4120 TWIker2b 4000 KYnglb 3120 MCdva II 4000 Alnswrt d 2222 Lawton rf 3010 JGIIen rt 4121 JvVnlin c 3010 ARmrz 3b 3001 PMres ss 3000 Plcvich ss 4022 Morgan p 2110 Silva p 3000 Naulty p 0000 Grdado p 0000 Merced ph 1000 Crrasco p 0000 Totals 32 1 5 1 Totals 31 612 6 Minnesota 001 000 000—1 Pittsburgh 000 012 03x-6 DP—Minnesota 2. LOB—Minnesota 4, Pittsburgh 5. 2B—Lawlon (12), JGuillen (17), Pol- covich (7). SB—KYoung (4). IP H RER BB SO Minnesota Morgan L.2-2 6 83314 Naulty 2-31 0000 Guardado 1-30 0 0 0 0 Carrasco 1 33320 Pittsburgh Silva W.6-3 9 51107 HBP—ty Morgan (Allensworth). Umpires—Home. Tata; First, Davis; Second, Bell; Third, Meals. T—2:17. A—28,446(47,972). Today's schedule SATURDAY, JUNE? BASEBALL Salina Blaze at Lindsborg, 1-3 p.m. Great Bend at Satina Falcons, 6-8 p.m. Kansas City at Houston, 7:05 p.m. METS 9, RED SOX 2 NEW YORK BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl McRaecf 5000 DLewisrf 2000 Gilkey II 5331 JnVnlin 3b 4000 Piazza c 0000 Grcprr ss 3000 ACstilloc 3211 MVghnlb 4232 Olerud 1b 4233 Leyrilzdh 3000 Tatumtb 1000 Bulordcf 4000 irga2b 5021 Bnjmin2b 3010 Allonzo3b 3001 Varitekc 3010 MFrcodh 4000 BraggII 2000 Huskey rf 2110 LLopezss 4112 Totals 36 911 9 Totals 28 2 5 2 New York 102 300 300—9 Boston 000 100 001—2 E—PMartinez (1). DP—New York 4, Boston 1. LOB-New York 5, Boston 4. 2B—Gilkey (12). HR—Gilkey (3), ACastillo (2), Olerud (6), LLopez (1), MVaughn 2 (17). SB—Huskey (6). SF—Alfonzo. IP H RER BB SO New York ALeiterW.6-3 6 41143 Wendell 1 00001 Clonlz 1 00010 Hudek 1 11102 Boston PMartinez L.6-2 4 86614 Barkley 2 33311 Wasdin 3 00003 Barkley pitched to 4 batters in the 7th. HBP—by Barkley (Huskey), by PMartinez (Piazza). Umpires—Home, Cjark; First, Cratt; Second, McKean; Third, Joyce. T—2:37. A—32,214 (33.871). REDS 2, INDIANS 1 CLEVELAND CINCINNATI abrhbl abrhbl Loftoncf 4010 RSndrscf 4110 Vizquel ss 3000 Stynes If 2010 JusticeII 4000 BLrklnss 4011 Thome 1b 4111 Tbnseec 4010 MRmrzrt 3020 DYnglb 4000 Dnston pr 0000 WGme 3b 3010 SAImrc 4000 BBoone2b 4140 Frymn 3b 4010 Nnnally rf 3010 DaBell 2b 3000 Nieves ph 1000 Nagy p 3000 Shaw p 0000 Mesa p 0000 Hmisch p 2000 Mrman p 0000 LHrris ph 1001 Plunk p 0000 Graves p 0000 Wlkins rf 0000 Totals 32 1 5 1 Totals 32 210 2 Cleveland 000 001 000—1 Cincinnati 100 000 10x—2 DP—Cleveland 1. LOB—Cleveland 7, Cincinnati 9.2B—MRamirez (14), BBoone (22), Nunnally (9). HR-Thome (15). SB—Ounslon (6). CS—WGreene (3). IP H RER BB SO Cleveland NagyL,7-3 62-3 9 2 2 2 1 Mesa 1-300000 Morman 2-310010 Plunk 1-300000 Cincinnati HamischW.6-1 7 41138 Graves 1 00000 ShawS,17 1 10001 Umpires—Home, Hernandez; First, Marsh; Second, Bonin; Third, Hohn. T—2:37. A-^13,532 (52,953). BREWERS 7, TIGERS 3 DETROIT MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl BLHnlrd 5000 Vina2b 3111 RandaSb 5020 Cin!lo3b 4231 Hggnsn rf 4111 Bumitz rf 3210 ToCIrk 1b 3000 Grssomcf 4123 Easley2b 4010 Nilsson 1b 3011 LGnzlzlf 4220 Loreltalb 0001 JOIverc 3022 Jenkins If 3000 DCruzss 3010 Mthenyc 4000 FCstillo p 1000 JsVntin ss 3110 Ctlnottoph 1000 Eldredp 2000 Worrell p 0000 AReyes p 0000 Bailee ph 1000 Nwlield ph 1000 Runyan p 0000 Wckmn p 0000 Crowp 0000 Tmbrtn ph 1000 Totals 35 3 9 3 Totals 30 7 9 7 Detroit 010 001 100—3 Milwaukee 004 000 12x—7 E—Burnitz (4). DP—Detroit 1, Milwaukee 1. LOB—Detroit 9, Milwaukee 3.2B—Easley (15), LGonzalez 2 (17), Cirillo (12), Grissom 2 (11), JsValentin (9). 38—Cirillo (1). HR—Higginson (10). CS—Vina (7). SF—Loretta. IP H RER BB SO Detroit FCastillo L.2-4 3 44425 Worrell 2 00005 Runyan 12-32 1.1 0 1 Crow 11-33 2 2 1 0 Milwaukee EldredW,2-4 52-3 7 2 2 3 3 AReyes 11-31 1 1 1 1 WickmanS,3 2 10003 Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck, M.; First, Froemming; Second, Gregg; Third, Vanover. T—2:50. A—14,559 (53,192). RANGERS 8, PADRES 7 SAN DIEGO TEXAS abrhbl abrhbl OVeras 2b 4011 TGdwin cf 4220 Gwynndh 5130 McLmr2b 4110 Moutondh 0000 Greerlf 4110 GVghn If 3000 JuGnlz rl 3123 CminitiSb 4100 WCIarklb 5121 Joynertb 5121 IRdrgzc 4021 SFinleycf 5021 Stevens dh 5020 HRivra rf 2310 Cedeno ss 4110 MaSwyph 1010 FTatis3b 4121 CHmdz c 5010 Gomez ss 5123 Totals 397136 Totals 378156 San Diego 022 002 100—7 Texas 120 301 10x—8 E—Caminitl (9), JuGonzalez (1). LOB—San Diego 11, Texas 12.2B—Gwynn 2 (17), Joyner (13), SFinley (15), Gomez (14), Greer (10), Ju- Gonzalez (19), WCIark (11). HR^JuGonzalez (19). CS—Mouton (2). SF—JuGonzalez. IP H RER BB SO San Diego KBrown 5 11 6 6 4 3 WallL.2-2 2 22220 Miceli 1 20002 Texas DOIiver 62-3 9 6 6 1 10 Crabtree W.3-0 1-311011 Bailes 1-310000 DPatterson 2-300010 Wetleland S,15 1 20001 T—3:02. A—37,903 (49,166). EXPOS 5, DEVIL RAYS 2 MONTREAL TAMPA BAY abrhbl abrhbl Sntnglo If 4000 McCkn cf 4000 Vidro 2b 5220 Laker c 0000 VGrero rf 5233 Cairo 2b 4021 Fllmerlb 4112 Boggs3b 4010 McGirelb 0000 McGrtMb 3100 RWhite cl 3020 Srrenlo dh 4010 Lvngsldh 4000 BSmithss 1001 Grdzln ss 3020 DaMrtz rf 4000 Mrdcai ss 0000 MKelly II 3000 Widgerc 4000 DiFlcec 2000 Andrws3b 4020 Winncf 1110 Totals 36 512 5 Totals 30 2 5 2 Montreal 000 210 200—5 Tampa Bay 000 000 011—2 E—BSmith (6). DP—Montreal 1, Tampa Bay 3. LOB—Montreal 7, Tampa Bay 5.2B—VGuer- rero (10), RWhite (12). HR—VGuerrera (11), Fullmer (4). SB—RWhite (13), Winn (4). CS— Grudzielanek (1). SF—BSmith. IP H RER BB SO Montreal HrmnsW,4-4 5 30016 Kline 2 00011 MMaddux 1 21102 MBatisIa 1 01111 Tampa Bay White L.0-2 5 73322 ALopez 2 32001 Yan 1 10000 RHernandez 1 10010 Umpires—Home, Garcia; First, Cooper; Second, Roe; Third, Merrill. T—2:32. A-24,025 (45,200). Late boxscore THURSDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE ANGELS 6, MARINERS 2 ANAHEIM SEATTLE abrhbl abrhbl Ersladlb 5111 Cora2b 4010 DvHIns 3b 3010 ARdrgz ss 3100 Shipley3b 1000 Grlyjrd 3112 Edmndcl 4020 Segui 1b 4010 Fielderdh 3010 EMrtnzdh 3020 NMrtin dh 0100 DWilsn c 4010 GAndsn H 5011 Ducey rl 4000 Wlbeckc 4230 RDavis3b 4000 OPImro rl 4 1 t 1 Amaral If 3000 Bghmn 2b 3011 Huson ph 1000 DSrcna ss 4122 Totals 36 613 6 Totals 33 2 6 2 Anaheim 001 200 111—6 Seattle 200 000 000—2 E—Baughman (2). DP—Anaheim 1, Seattle 1. LOB—Anaheim 10, Seattle 8. 2B—Walbeck 2 (4). 3B—OPalmelro (1). HR—Erstad (13), DiS- arcina (2), Griffey Jr (22). SB-Cora (7), ARo- driguez (11). CS—DvHollins (2). S-OPalmeiro, Baughman. IP H RER BB SO Anaheim KHillW.B-4 7 52225 Hollz 0 10010 HasegawaS.1 2 00004 Seattle Cloude 1,3-4 61-3 9 4 4 1 5 McCarthy 1 01130 Timlin 2-320000 Ayala 1 21111 Hollz pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. HBP—by KHill (ARodriguez). PB—DWilson. Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck; First, Hickox; Second, Reilly, Third, McClelland. T—3:04. A—23,709 (59,084). Texas League First Half Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Arkansas (Cardinals) 38 23 .623 — Jackson (Astros) 31 30 .508 7 Shreveport (Giants) 28 32 .467 9V4 Tulsa (Rangers) 25 35 .417 12% Western Division San Antonio (Dodgers) 35 25 .583 — Midland (Angels) 31 30 .508 4'A El Paso (Brewers) 29 32 .475 6V4 Wichita (Royals) 25 35 .417 10 Thursday's results Wichita 6, San Antonio 2 Jackson 5, Shreveport 3 Tulsa 6, Arkansas 3 El Paso 8, Midland 6 Friday's results San Antonio 12, Wichita 1 Jackson 3, Shreveport 1 Arkansas 6, Tulsa 1 Midland 4, El Paso 3 Saturday's games Wichita at San Antonio, 7:05 p.m. Shreveport at Jackson Tulsa at Arkansas El Paso at Midland College World Series At Rosenblatt Stadium, Omaha, Neb. Friday, May 29 Arizona Stale 11, Florida State 10 Miami, Fla. 3, Long Beach Stale 1 Saturday, May 30 Louisiana Slate 12, Southern California 10 Mississippi State 14, Florida 13 Sunday, May 31 Arizona State 9, Miami, Fla. 2 Long Beach State 7, Florida Stale 4, Florida State eliminated Monday, June 1 Louisiana State 10, Mississippi State 8 Southern California 12, Florida 10,11 Innings, Florida eliminated Tuesday, June 2 Long Beach State 6, Miami, Fla. 3, Miami eliminated Southern California 7, Mississippi State 1, Mississippi Slate eliminated Wednesday, June 3 Arizona State 14, Long Beach State 4, Long Beach Stale eliminated Thursday, June 4 Southern California 5, Louisiana State 4 Friday, June S Southern California 7, Louisiana State 3, Louisiana Stale eliminated Saturday, June 6 Championship Arizona State (41-22) vs. Southern California (48-17), 11:30 a.m. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 7 LOUISIANA STATE 3 Southern California 000 031 21x —7 11 0 Louisiana Stale 000000030 — 3 81 Penney, Lane (8) and Munson; Thompson, Demouy (7), Guillory (8) and Cresse. WP—Penney (84). LP—Thompson (12-5). HR—USC: Ensberg, Davidson; LSU: Leaumont. Semi-pro linescore HAYS 25, SALINA 4 Hays 80(11) 020 4 — 25 18 2 Salina 10 1 011 0 — 4 8 3 Switala, Carlin (6) and Aldridge; S.Talley, Karst (3), Merrick (3), Ray (5), Jahnke (7) and R.Talley. WP — Switala. LP — S.Talley. 2B — H: Thompson 3, Russ; S: Jackson, Garvey. HR — H: Thompson, O'Neal. American Legion SALINA HAWKS 6, GREAT BEND 3 Salina 202 020 0 — 6 7 3 Great Bend 100 000 2 — 3 4 2 WP — Forsberg (1-0). LP — Rusco. S — Schoshke. 2B — S: Cooper 2, Pemblelon. GREAT BEND 12, SALINA HAWKS 9 Salina 001 133 1 — 9 10 4 Great Bend 310 332 x — 12 B 2 WP — Keeley. LP — Engel (0-1). 2B — S: Seymour, McClain; GB: Rusco. 3B — S: Pembleton, Miles, Nave. Notes — Paul Cooper had 2 hits in the opener to pace the Hawks to a doubleheader split with Great Bend. Chris Pembleton was 4-5 in the doublehader. Dustin Forsberg gave up one hit in his first win ol the season and five strikeouts. The Hawks will return to action Monday against Russell at Matson Field for a 6 p.m. doubleheader. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Thursday, June 4 Washington 3, Buffalo 2 (ot), Washington wins series 4-2 Friday, June 5 Detroit 2, Dallas 0, Detroit wins series 4-2 STANLEY CUP FINALS (Best-of-7) Tuesday, June 9 Washington at Detroit, 7 p.m. (FOX) Thursday, June 11 Washington at Detroit, 7 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, June 13 Detroit at Washington, 7 p.m. (ESPN) Tuesday, June 16 Detroit at Washington, 7 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, June 18 Washington at Detroit, 7 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Saturday, June 20 Detroit at Washington, 7 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Tuesday, June 23 Washington at Detroit, 7 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Basketball NBA playoffs NBA FINALS (Best-of-7) Wednesday, June 3 Utah 88. Chicago 85 (ot) Friday, June 5 Chicago 93, Utah 88, series tied 1-1 Sunday, June 7 Utah at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. (NBC) Wednesday, June 10 Ulah al Chicago, 8 p.m. (NBC) Friday, June 12 Utah al Chicago, 8 p.m.. if necessary (NBC) Sunday, June 14 Chicago at Utah, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (NBC) Wednesday, June 17 Chicago at Ulah, 8 p.m.. if necessary (NBC) NBA summary BULLS 93, JAZZ 88 CHICAGO (93) Pippen 7-13 7-7 21, Kukoc 6-16 0-2 13. Longley 2-2 0-0 4, Jordan 14-33 9-10 37. Harper 1-4 1-2 3, Rodman 1-1 1-2 3, Kerr 1-5 4-4 7, Burrell 2-5 0-0 5, Wennington 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 34-80 22-27 93. UTAH (88) Russell 4-7 0-011, Malone 5-166-916, Foster 0-1 M 0, Homacek 7-11 4-4 20, Stockton 4-500 9, Elsley 4-10 0-0 9, Morris 1-2 0-0 2, Anderson 4-7 4-5 12, Carr 1-2 0-0 2, Ostertag 3-4 1-1 7, Keele 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 33-67 15-19 88. Chicago 23 27 20 23—93 Utah 20 26 27 IS—88 3-Point goals—Chicago 3-16 (Burrell 1-2, Kerr 1-4, Kukoc 1-6, Harper 0-1, Pippen 0-1, Jordan 0-2), Ulah 7-13 (Russell 3-5, Homacek 2-3, Elsley 1-2, Stockton 1-2, Anderson 0-1). Fouled out—Homacek. Rebounds—Chicago 43 (Kukoc, Rodman 9), Utah 46 (Malone 12). Assists—Chicago 17 (Pippen 4), Utah 22 (Stock- Ion, Elsley 7). Total fouls—Chicago 21, Ulah 28. A—19,911 (19,911). Golf PGA scores POTOMAC, Md. (AP) — Top 10 scores Friday after the second round of the $2 million Kemper Open, played on the 7,005-yard, par-71 TPC at Avenel: Fred Funk 64-66—130 Stuart Appleby 70-63—133 Chris DiMarco 68-65—133 Craig Parry 67-66—133 Brad Elder 71-63—134 Clark Dennis 70-65—135 Justin Leonard 68-67—135 LeeJanzen 71-64—135 Brian Kamm 69-66—135 Joe Durant 69-66—135 Seniors scores ALPHARETTA, Ga. (AP)—Top 10 scores Friday after the first round of the $1.35 million Nationwide Championship on the par-72 (36-36), 6,778-yard Golf Club of Georgia: Gary Player 33-34—«7 Gil Morgan 32-35—67 Jose Maria Canizares 36-32—68 Kermit Zartey 34-34—68 Kurt Cox 34-34—68 Bob Eastwood 33-35—68 Ray Floyd 34-35—69 Tom Wargo 33-36—69 Tom Shaw 34-35—69 Dwlght Nevil 33-36—69 Tennis French Open FRIDAY'S RESULTS PARIS (AP) — Results Friday of the French Open tennis championships at Roland Garros stadium: MEN Singles Semifinals Carlos Moya (12), Spain, del. Felix Mantilla (15), Spain, 5-7,6-2,6-4,6-2. Alex Correlja (14), Spain, del. Cedric Pioline, France, 6-3,6-4,6-2. Mixed Doubles Championship Venus Williams, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and Justin Gimelstob, Key Biscayne, Fla., def. Serena Williams, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and Luis Lobo, Argentina, 6-4,6-4. SATURDAY'S FEATURED MATCHES PARIS (AP) — Schedule of matches Saturday ol seeded players at the French Open tennis championships: Play begins at 8 a.m. CDT Monica Seles (6), Sarasota, Fla., vs. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (4), Spain. Track & field NCAA I results BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Results Friday in the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the University at Buffalo: MEN Team scores Stanford 39, UCLA 27, Arkansas 2514, Southern Methodist 24, Texas Christian 20, Georgia Tech 18, Louisiana State 16, Arizona 15, Long Beach State 13, Nebraska 12 <6, Kansas Stale 10, Colorado State 10, Iowa 9, Alabama 8, Clemson 8, Oklahoma 8, Penn State 8, Wisconsin 8, Southern California 8, Michigan 8, Minnesota 7, Oregon 7, Arizona State 6, Colorado 6, Fresno State 6, Missouri 6, Pennsylvania 6, Vlllanova 6, Washington State 6, Florida 5, Georgia 5, Utah State 5, Boston U. 4, Tennessee 4, Portland 4, Northeast Louisiana 4, Washington 4, South Carolina 4, Eastern Michigan 3, Oklahoma Stale 3, Florida International 3, Brawn 3, California 3, Illinois 3, Texas 3, North Carolina State 2, Norfolk Stale 2, Texas El-Paso 2, Princeton 2, Hampton 2, Manhattan 2, DePaul I.Montana Slate 1. Individual results Discus—1. Malone, Colorado State, 200-2.2. Forst, Louisiana State, 195-7. 3. Waltz, Washington Slate, 194-10. 4. Hagberg, Manhattan, 193-2. 5. LJndsey, Washington, 193-1. 6. Allen, Iowa, 191-10.7. Sullivan, UCLA, 188-1. 8. Snyder, South Carolina, 187-4. 400m relay—1. Texas Christian, 38.04. 2. Louisiana Stale, 38.24. 3. Fresno Slate, 38.94. 4. UCLA, 38.96. 5. Clemson, 39.07. 6. South Carolina, 39.08. 7. Norfolk Slate, 39.61602. 8. Florida, 39.61607. 400m hurdles—1. Taylor, Georgia Tech, 48.14. 2. Brawn, Oklahoma, 49.38. 3. Archer, Vlllanova, 49.46.4. Murdock, Utah Stale, 49.81. 5. Hines, Clemson, 50.46. 6. Davis, Florida International, 52.20.7. Carter, Hampton, 1:07.62. 800m run—1. Robinson, Texas Christian, 1:46.04. 2. Krummenacker, Georgia Tech, 1:46.40.3. Martin, Pennsylvania, 1:47.10.4. Peterson, Missouri, 1:47.14. 5. Strutzel, UCLA, 1:47.15. 6. Gray, Brown, 1:47.27. 7. Nduwimana, Arizona, 1:47.69. 8. True, Illinois, 1:47.80. Hammer throw—1. Charireitag, Southern Methodist, 237-2. 2. Johansson, Southern California, 236-11.3. Laiho, Arizona Slate, 234-6.4. Tlson, Southern Methodist, 227-3. 5. Connolly, Stanford, 227-1. 6. Travis Nutter, California, 224-9. 7. Ejdervall, Texas El-Paso, 220-7. 8. Strand, Stanford, 218-9. Steeplechase—1. Kerr, Arkansas, 8:36.9. 2. Mortimer, Michigan, 8:40.42. 3. Batliner, Colorado, 8:40.87. 4. Davis, Oregon, 8:41.95. 5. Bothwell, Portland, 8:42.13.6. Sloan, Oklahoma State, 8:43.33. 7. Broe, Alabama, 8:45. 8. Galeana, Montana State, 8:45.20. WOMEN Team scores UCLA 40, Southern Methodist 31, Brigham Young 29, Nebraska 24, Pittsburgh 23, Arizona 20, South Carolina 18Vz, Texas A&M 13, Stanford 12V4, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 12%, Southern California 12. Georgia 12, Florida 12, North Carolina 11, Illinois 11, George Mason 10, Michigan 10, Wisconsin 10, Texas 10, Baylor 9, Washington 8, Louisiana 8, Louisiana Tech 8, West Virginia 7V4, Texas El-Paso 7, Miami, Fla. 7, Kansas 6, Houston 6, Tennessee 6, Texas Christian 6, Minnesota 6, Boston U. 6, Colorado State 6, Texas Southern 5, Bradley 5, Ten- nessee-Chatanooga 5, Appalachian State 4, Ohio 4, Auburn 4, Weber Stale 4, Bowling Green State 3, Oregon 3, Kent State 3, Dartmouth 3, Syracuse 2, Virginia Tech 1, Ohio State 1, Notre Dame 1, Wyoming 1, Iowa State 1. Individual results 5,000m run—1. Skieresz, Arizona, 15:37.77. 2. McGregor, Michigan, 15:50.14. 3. Ryan, Boston U., 16:07.84. 4. Hill, Bradley, 16:08.72. 5. Maughan, Weber Slate, 16:09.58. 6. Rogers, Dartmouth, 16:12.33. 7. Kujak, Wisconsin, 16:14.89.8. Emstrom, Baylor, 16:15.36. Triple jump—1. Smith, Pittsburgh, 45-10'A. 2. Bowers, Baylor, 44-81'.. 3. Gamble, North Carolina, 43-11Y4. 4. Simmons, UCLA, 43-3W. 5. Christopher, North Carolina, 43-3. 6. Han, Bowling Green Slate, 43-2%. 7. Ingram, Nebraska, 42-6Y4.8. Porter, Ohio Slate, 42-4. 400m relay—1. Texas, 42.76. 2. Louisiana State, 43.02. 3. Texas Christian, 43.69. 4. UCLA, 43.82.5. Georgia, 44.07.6. Illinois, 44.2. 7. Florida, 44.34.8. North Carolina, 44.8. 400m hurdles—1. Jolivet, Texas ASM, 55.24. 2. Harrison, Illinois, 55.87.3. Danvers, Southern California, 56.35. 4. Onanuga, Texas-El Paso, 56.46. 5. Allen, Miami, Fla., 57.88. 6. Williams, Brigham Young, 58.29.7. Bell, Syracuse, 58.56. 8. Rembert, Nebraska, 59.15. 800m run—1. Clark, Florida, 2:02.16.2. Howell, South Carolina, 2:03.66. 3. Langerholc, Southern California, 2:04.16.4. Earl, Pittsburgh, 2:04.61. 5. Harrelson, Appalachian State, 2:04.63.6. Slanifer, Georgia, 2:04.64.7. Castro, Texas-El Paso, 2:06.05. 8. Reho, Southern Methodist, 2:07.45. Pole vault—1. Maran, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, 12-5'.7. 2. Slewart, Nebraska, 12-5 Vi. 3. Henley, Tennessee, 12-5V4.4. (tie) Feinstein, Stanford & Ouackenbush, West Virginia, 12- 1'A. 6. (lie) Nixon, South Carolina & Serrano, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, 12-1 </i. 8. Gallagher, Kent Slate, 12-1'/i. Javelin—1. Dean, Southern Methodist, 184-8. 2. McCoy, Louisiana Tech, 176-11. 3. Chimko, Minnesota, 176-11. 4. Gudjonsdotti, Georgia, 175-6.5. Randhelovic, Southern Methodist, 17310.6. Eisenlauer, Texas ASM, 172-4.7. Kreiner, Kent State, 171-11. 8. Powell, UCLA, 170-7. Football 8-man rosters KANSAS 8-MAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION ALL-STAR ROSTERS At Trojan Stadium, Belolt WEST SQUAD Shawn Smith, Hanston; John Wiese, Sylvan; Aaron Tassert, Spearville; Justin Bearley, Kensington; Erik Moody, Protection; Phillip Knoebler, Spearville; Gabe Schllckau, Norwich; Jake Fahrenbruch, Coldwaler; Caleb White, Minneola; Jeremie Frazier, Haviland; Brad Shank, Hanslon; Cody Howland, Palco; Shad Mangan, Tribune; Dustin Dibble, Kensington. Jamie Castandeda, Lewis; Brett Rolfs, Quivira Heights; Brett Hammond, Northern Valley; Tyson Clark, Attica; David Miller, Wilson; Zach Dechant, Ransom; Dam's Lewallen, Triplains; Josh Nelson, Little River; Reese Deewall, Cold- waler; Mario Najera, Satanta; Josh Boor, Sylvan; Dustin Latham, Triplains; Mike Mueller, Pratt Skyline; Ryan Binlord, Haviland. Head coach — Joe Hoover, Spearville. Assistant coaches — Randy Liebelt, Satanta; Jeff Blaltner, Haviland; Scot Cure, Lewis. EAST SQUAD Mike Goltl, Tescott; David Rziha, Centre; Nick Jefferson, Pike Valley; Cody McMahan, Hope; Kody Thaxton, Crest; Selh Langston, Pike Valley; Shane Ohlde, Linn; Andy Klocke, BV Randolph; Kyle Johnson, Burton; Kyle Peters, Linn; Brad Rush, Dexter; Kent Jacobson, Hope; Eric Detweiler, Axtell; Marcus Findley, Burrton. Kevin Steiner, Centre; Gavin Garman, Mankato; Justin Barker, Crest; Adam Crank, Flinthills; Matt Nadlng, Chelopa; Aaron Albers, Midway Denton; Alex Stegall, Pretty Prairie; Shannon Uglow, Mankato; Brian Wagner, St. Paul; Andrew Niewald, SJ Beloit; Kam Gaston, Waconda East; Marcus Meeker, South Haven; Jeremy Blanton, Midway Denton; Ben McKinley, Axtell. Head coach — Curtis Christians, SJ Belolt. Assistant coaches — Bud Peterson, Centre; Jim Anderson, Tescolt; Keith Kresln, Waconda East. Recreation SPR scores SALINA PARKS & RECREATION BASEBALL Juniors League 2 — Gypsum Valley Bandits 10, Salina Phillies 8; Scorpions 8, Hannebaum Grain Orioles 1. Midgets League 2 — Salina Sox 9, Ferco Phillies 5; Mavericks 10, Salina Yankees 6. Pee Wee League 2 — Team »2 12, Oakhurst Athletics 3; Salina Athletics 13, Team «3 8. SOFTBALL Men's lastpltch BMB 12, Bonilla's 11; Renezvous Bar 13, Ex- ide Motivator's 0. Youth fastpitch 16 & under — Salina Stealers 6, Assaria Angels 1; Thunder 6, Remax Bombers 0. 14 & under — Heavenly's Angels 11, Shriners 3; General Air 13, Better Than Boys 0; Salina Strikers 17, Salina Stealers 0. Men's slowpltch League 11 — Perry's Retail Liquor 5, Edy's Ice Cream/McDonalds 2; Outrageous Paintball 10, Ball Bangers 9; Ludes Plumbing 17, Exide I 6. League 12 — Doug Bradley Trucking 13, Crank It 4; Philips Lighting 17, Smoky Hill ANG Range 6. Women's slowpltch League 5 — Salina Sports Medicine 13, Ross Truck Line 3; Formerly Bouncers 17, BSK Prescription Shop 7; Boomer's Sports Bar 8, Kansas Cellular/Kinnet 2. Youth slowpltch 18 & under — Griffiths Magic 15, Noon Optimist Hot Shots 12. 16 & under — Sycho Defies 8, Purple People Eaters 5; Bennett's Babes in Blue 23, Blue Angels 4. 10 & under — Salina Sliders 11, Tony's Spice Girts 4; Noon Optimist 8, Jim Reynolds Construction 7. Horse racing Belmont odds The field for Saturday's 130th Belmont Stakes, with post position, horse's name, jockey's name and odds: 1. Hanuman Highway Santos 30-1 2. Thomas Jo McCarron 30-1 3. Basic Trainee Bravo 99-1 4. Chilito Davis 30-1 5. Parade Ground Day 20-1 6. Classic Cat Velazquez 15-1 7. Limit Out Samyn 10-1 8. Real Quiet Desormeaux 6-5 9. Hot Wells Borel 30-1 10. Raffle's Majesty Chavez 20-1 11. Victory Gallop Stevens 7-2 12. Yarrow Brae Smith 20-1 13. Grand Slam Bailey 6-1 General Transactions BASEBALL American League AL—Suspended Anaheim Angels manager Terry Collins and Kansas City Royals manager Tony Muser for eight games, Kansas City SS Felix Martinez lor five games, Anaheim RHP Jack McDowell lor four games, Anaheim C Phil Nevin for three games; Anaheim RHP Rich DeLucia and Anaheim LHP Mike Holtz for two games, Kansas City RHP Jim Pitlsley and Kansas City RHP Scott Service for two games, and Anaheim INF Frank Bolick and Anaheim OF Damon Mashore for one game lor their parts in a brawl on June 2. Fined Kansas City coaches Rich Dauer and Jamie Quirk, and Anaheim coach Joe Maddon an undisclosed amount. Kansas 8-Man All-Star Game PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS WEST Howland, Palco (6-4,190) Frazier, Haviland (6-5, 215) Schlickau, Norwich (6-2. 245) Latham, Triplains (6-2,195) Mangan, Tribune (6-3,190) Moody, Protection (6-3, 165) Tassel, Spearville (5-11, 210) Smith, Hanston (6-0,190) WEST Mueller, Pratt Skyline (6-3, 225) White, Minneola (6-2, 225) Boor, Sylvan (5-10, 180) Binford. Haviland (6-1, 175) Hammond, N. Valley (5-8, 170) Lewallen, Triplains (5-9, 170) Shank, Hanslon (5-8, 170) Nelson, Little River (5-11, 170) KIckoH - 1 p.m. Where - Trojan Stadium, Beloit Coaches - West's Joe Hoover, OFFENSE POS EAST WR (6-2, 195) McMahan, Hope G (5-10, 185) Rziha, Centre C (6-1, 200) Rush, Dexter G (5-10, 175) Albers, Midway Denton WR-TE (6-4, 227) Thexton, Crest QB (5-10, 155) Detweiler, Axtell FB (6-1, 200) Peters, Linn HB (5-8,165) Steiner, Centre DEFENSE POS EAST DE (6-2, 227) Klocke, BV Randolph DT-NG (6-2, 225) Johnson, Burrton DT-DE (6-0, 215) Crank, Flinthills DE-OLB (6-3,190) Niewald, SJ Beloit LB-MLB (6-3, 210) Wagner, St. Paul LB-OLB (6-0,190) Jacobson, Hope S (6-0, 180) Garman, Mankato CB-S (5-11, 165) Scribner, Flinthills Spearville; East's Curtis Christians, SJ Beloit. SPORTS DIGEST Redwings back in finals By The Associated Press DETROIT — The Stanley Cup will go through- Detroit — again. Larry Murphy and Sergei Fedorov scored and Chris Osgood notched his fifth career playoff shutout as the Red Wings defeated the Dallas Stars 2-0 Friday night to wrap up the Western Conference title in six games. The defending Stanley Cup champions advanced to the finals for the third time in four years. Detroit will open the best-of-7 champi- . ' onship series Tuesday night against the Eastern Conference champion Washington Capitals at Joe Louis Arena. The Stars won the Presidents' Trophy for hav- .- ing the best record in the NHL during the regular < < season (49-22-11), and had the best road record at ': 23-14-4. Still, the Red Wings were 2-1-2 against Dallas during the regular season and the Stars now are just 1-17-2 in their 20 visits to Joe Louis Arena since the franchise moved from Minnesota. Auto racing RICHMOND, Va. — Jeff Burton says it only looked like he spent almost 200 laps sizing up Dale Earnhardt Jr. before moving in for the kill. "He made me work. I mean, he made me work to win this race," said Burton, who stalked Earnhardt for most of the Hardee's 250 Busch Grand National on Friday night before passing him for good with 37 laps remaining. "I ran as hard as I could all night long," Burton said. Basketball RALEIGH — Schea Cotton, one of the nation's .•••„: top basketball recruits, has been denied NCAA eligibility to attend North Carolina State this fall, the university said Friday. Cotton had appealed an earlier NCAA decision invalidating a Scholastic Aptitude Test score that would have qualified him to play at the Atlantic Coast Conference school. VALPARAISO, Ind. — Homer Drew, who led Valparaiso on an NCAA tournament run that caught the imagination of the country, has signed „ a contract extension through 2005-06, school offi- -„: cials said Friday. Terms of the deal weren't re- • -\ leased. Drew, entering his llth year at Valparaiso, > has led the Crusaders to a 108-44 record and four straight Mid-Continent Conference regular season ' and tournament conference championships. The- • Crusaders also have made three consecutive trips to the NCAA tournament. Cycling MENDRISIO, Switzerland — Marco Pantani held to his overall lead in the Tour of Italy on Friday, ; while fellow Italian Gian Matteo Fagnini scored • his first stage victory. Pantani's closest rival in the cycling classic, Russian Pavel Tonkov, was 1 minute, 28 seconds back. The two rode together . slightly behind the lead pack Friday to save energy! for Saturday's 21-mile individual time trial, which Tonkov was favored to win. The 22-stage Giro ends Sunday in Milan. Football DENVER — Running back Terrell Davis said he "felt like a kid at Christmas." Wide receiver Rod Smith said "everybody just kind of fell out of their chairs." Offensive guard Mark Schlereth said "there were a lot of mouths dropping in that room." Denver Broncos players and coaches received their diamond-laden Super Bowl XXXII championship rings on Friday hi a 30-minute private ceremony at Bronco headquarters, the one that they all said they wanted to win for quarterback John Elway. After a few speeches, players " and coaches were told to open up the boxes containing the personalized rings. OAKLAND, Calif. — The Oakland Raiders have J: , released five-time Pro Bowl cornerback Terry Mc-~ fj ; Daniel. McDaniel's future with the Raiders was thrown into question when the team traded for Er-V ic Allen and drafted Charles Woodson, who will likely start. Veteran cornerback Albert Lewis also was expected to play a prominent role in the coming season. General OVERLAND PARK — The NCAA has signaled there could be changes made in its Division I initial-eligibility requirements, which some say are unfair to minorities and rural students. An NCAA subcommittee will inform member institutions of its research on the current standards beginning next month, and may propose legislative changes . this fall, NCAA officials said Friday. The standards, once known as Proposition 48 but, restructured and now known as Proposition 16, set a sliding scale of standardized college entrance exams and grade-point standards for Division I college freshmen athletes on scholarships. The requirements are used to determine whether incoming freshmen at Division I schools can compete their first year. WASHINGTON — The nation's capital awoke Friday for the last time to one of its longest running pleasures: a Shirley Povich baseball column gracing the sports pages of The Washington Post. It was vintage Povich, ruminating about baseball's past and present in grand style and skewering a fellow columnist's suggestion that Mark McG- wire's recent feats outshine those of Babe Ruth. "Whoa there. Give McGwire the last four years ... but don't confuse him with the guy who inspired such sobriquets as the Sultan of Swat and the King of Clout," the 92-year-old columnist said in the column he wrote Wednesday from home after a six- week absence due to illness. Povich died of a heart attack Thursday evening. 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