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E12 The Arizona Republic Wednesday, March 22, 1995 Scoreboard Tennis Golf Latest Line iPRESSLlNE 271-5656 Sports news is available 24 hours a day on Pressline. Call 271-5656 and . enter the code for the information you want Republic scores 90 1 0 AP Network Sports 99 1 0 NCAA basketball 9606 NHL scores 9611 NCAA schedule 9615 NHL news 9603 NBA news 9602 ALscores 9614 NBA scores 9609 NLscores 9613 Fishing line 3474 U.CIndvRarlck 4 41,977 18. JaneGeddes 5 138,940 19. Marianne Morris 4 $38,642 20. Liselotte Neumann 5 $38,361 21. MlssleMcGeorge 5 $38,060 22. Brandle Burton 5 $35,072 23. Colleen Walker 4 $32,293 24. MartaFlgueras-Dottl - 5 $31,723 25. Mlchele Redman 4 $29,975 26. MegMallon 4 $29,892 27. MltzlEdge 4 $27,744 28. Sherrl Slelnhauer 5 $27,286 29. DaleEggeling 4 $24,513 30. Kim Williams 4 $24,481 31. AmyAlcott 3 $23,231 32. Tammle Green 4 $22,451 33. Kelly Robblns 4 $22,297 34. Lisa Klggens 5 $22,127 35. Deb Richard S $20,310 36. LaurlMerten 4 $19,132 37. NancyLooez 3 $19,119 38. BarbMucha 3 $17,957 39. Julie Larsen 4 $17,773 40. Trlsh Johnson , 4 $17,298 40. Caroline Pierce 4 $17,298 42. Gall Graham 4 $16,600 43. Lisa Walters 5 $16,481 44. Julllnkster 4 $14,916 45. Karen Weiss 4 $14,783 46. Stephanie Maynor 4 $13,912 47. Patty Sheehan 4 $13,790 48. Martha Nause 4 $13,752 Transactions ClevelandMorris Williams ATTHE HILLS OF LAKE WAY, TEXAS, par 72 Final round results TEAMS 1, Nevada-Las Vegas, 286-292-289 867; 2, Texas, 280-290-302872; 3, Oklahoma, 289-288-296873; 4, Georgia Tech, 292-291-294 877; 5, Texas Christian, 301-285-291877; 6, Oklahoma State, 291-291-298880; 7, ARIZONA, 296-294-292882; 8, Florida, 296-295-294885; 9, ARIZONA STATE, 288-303-296 887. INDIVIDUALS 1, Grant Masson, Ok., 211; 2, Stewart Clnk, Ga.Tech, 214; 3, Chris Riley, UNLV, 215; 4, Brad Elder, Texas, 216; 5, tie, Sam Hulsey, Ga.Tech, Brent Wolf, Texas Christian and Chris Couch, Fla. 217; 8, Jeff Fahrenbruch, Texas, Mike Vance, UNLV, Doug Roecker, Texas Christian and Josh McCumber, Fla., 218; 12, Robby Skinner, Texas, Beniamin Nlcolav, Arizona, Chad Campbell, UNLV, Alan Bratton, Ok. State and Todd Demsev, ASU.219, ASU SCORES Chris Hanell, 222; Joey Snyder, 224; Scott Johnson, 229; Larry Barber, 231; Pat Perez, 234. UA SCORES Matt Bergstrom, 222; Rory Sab-batlnl, 224; Tim Beans, 225; Ted Purdy, 226; Chris Berry, 232. Junior Golf Association DESERT MASHIE SPRING CLASSIC BOYS 10 and Under Boolle, Matthews, Phoenix, 65; 11-12 Matt Brooks, Mesa, 127; 13-14 Adrian Lamb, Phoenix, 147; 15-16 Michael Garcia, Phoenix, 145; 1 7-1 8 Tony Chrlstensen, Mesa, 141 . GIRLS 10 and Under Allssa Kucka, Phoenix, 74; 11-12 Megan McGuiness, Scottsdale, 143; T3-14 Blair O'Neal, Tempe, 159; 15-18 Amylou Dueck, Mesa, 152. LPGA Money Leaders Through March 19 Player 1. Beth Daniel 2. Laura Davies 3. DawnCoe-Jones 4. Pat Bradley 5. Barb Thomas 6. Dottle Mochrle 7. Betsy King 8. Annlka Sorenstam 9. Hlroml Kobayashl 10. Val Skinner 11. JoanPltcock 1 2. K atle Peterson-Parker 13. Rosle Jones 14. Helen Altredsson 15. KrlsTschetter 16. Chris Johnson Trn Money 4 $183,041 4 $156,932 5 $130,103 5 $126,585 $93,912 $88,134 $75,240 $73,103 $64,425 $61,556 $59,955 $57,801 $57,088 $53,623 $51,000 $50,003 QSEi SD (GEO SB $ ID Lipton Championships AT K EY BISCAYNE, FLA. MEN Fourth round tingles Pete Sampras (1), Tampa, Fla., def. Bernd Kar-bacher, Germany, 6-2, 6-3; Wayne Ferreira (8), South Africa, def. Todd Woodbrldge, Australia, 6-7 (8-10), 6-4, 6-2; Mats Wilander, Sweden, def. Jan Slemerlnk, Netherlands, 6-4, 6-2; Magnus Larsson (12) , Sweden, def. Paul Kllderry, Australia, 6-3, 7-6 (8-6); Jonas Borkman, Sweden, def. Karsten Braasch, Germany, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1; Andrei Med-vedev (10), Ukraine, def. Mark Woodtorde, Australia, 6-3, 5-7, 7-6 (8-6); Andre Agassi (2), Las Vegas, def. MaliVal Washington, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., 6-3, 6-4; Jaime Yzaga, Peru, def. Thomas Enqvlst (13), Sweden, 6-2, 7-6 (7-5). Second round doubles Byron Black, Zimbabwe, and Jonathan Stark, Medford, Ore., def. David Rikl, Czech Republic, and Jan Slemerlnk, Holland, 7-6 (7-4), 6-1; Patrick McEnroe, Oyster Bay, N.Y., and Jim Grabb, Tampa, Fla., def Jim Pugh, Manhattan Beach, Calif., and Greg Van Emburgh, Naples, Fla., 7-6 (7-5), 7-5; Grant Connell, Canada, and Pat Gal-braith, Tacoma, Wash., def. Marcos Ondruska and Grant Stafford, South Africa, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. Third round doublet Todd Woodbrldge and Mark Woodtorde, Australia, def. Lan Bale and John-Laffnle de Jager, South Africa, 7-5, 6-2; Mark Knowles, Bahamas, and Daniel Nestor, Canada, def. Stefan Edberg and Henrlk Holm, Sweden, 7-5, 3-6, 7-6 (8-6). WOMEN Fourth round singles Steffi Graf (2), Germany, def. Judith Wlesner (13) , Austria, 6-0, 6-1; Klmlko Date (7), Japan, def. Lisa Raymond, Wayne, Pa., 6-4, 6-1; Anke Huber (8), Germany, def. Krlstle Boogert, Netherlands, 7-6 (7-0), 61; Natasha Zvereva (6), Belarus, def. Naoko Sawamatsu (10), Japan, 6-1, 4-6, 6-2; Jana Novotna (3), Czech Republic, def. Larlsa Neiland, Latvia, 6-3, 6-3; Rachel McQuillan, Australia, def. Lindsay Davenport (4), Murrieta, Calif., 7-6 (7-3), 6-2; Gabrlela Sabatlnl (5), Argentina, def. Amanda Coetzer (14), South Africa, 6-1, 6-1; Marianne Werdel Wltmeyer, San Diego, def. Ines Gorrocha-tegul (15), Argentina, 6-1,6-4. Second round doubles Nicole Bradtke and Krlstlne Radford, Australia, def. Rita Grande, Italy, and Joanette Kruger, South Africa, 7-6 (7-2), 6-2; Kyoko Nagatsuka and Al Suglyama, Japan, def. Melanle Bernard and Caroline Dellsle, Canada, 7-5, 6-1; Elna Relnach, South Africa, and Irlna Splrlea, Romania, def. Krlstle Boogert and Nicole Muns-Jagerman, Netherlands, 6-3, 6-2; Katrlna Adams and Zlna Garrison Jackson, Houston, def. Anke Huber and Claudia Porwlk, Germany, 6-2, 7-5; Yayuk Basukl, Indonesia, and Nana Mlyagl, Japan, def. Liezel Horn, South Africa, and Dominique Monaml, Belgium, 6-4, 6-3; Laura Golarsa, Italy, and Eugenia Maniokova, Russia, def. Maalke Koutstaal, Netherlands, and Nicole Pratt, Australia, 6-2, 6-2; Katerina Maleeva, Bulgaria, and Natalia Medvedeva, Ukraine, def. Elena Llkhovtseva, Kazakhstan, and Danielle Scott, Newport Beach, Calif., 6-0, 6-4; Meredith McGrath, Midland, Mich., and Larlsa Neiland, Latvia, def. Ei llda and Hlroni Nagano, Japan, 7-5, 6-0; Lorl McNeil, Houston, and Nathalie Tauzlat, France, def. Silvia Farina, Italy, and Nancy Feber, Belgium, 6-3, 6-2; Sabine Appolmans, Belgium, and Miriam Oremans, Netherlands, def. Sandra Cec-chlnl, Italy, and Caroline Vis, Netherlands, 6-4, 6-4; Jana Novotna, Czech Republic, and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, Spain, def. Nicole Arendt, Gainesville, Fla., and Christina Singer, Germany, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4; Amanda Coetzer, South Africa, and Ines Gorro-chategul, Coronado, Calif., def. Audra Keller, Memphis, Tenn., and Louise plemlng, Australia, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2; Lindsay Davenport, Murrletta, and Lisa Raymond, Wayne, Pa., def. Karln Kschwendt, Lumexbourg, and Claire Wood, England, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2. Casablanca Open AT CASABLANCA, MOROCCO Men's first round singles Gilbert Schaller (1), Austria, def. Jordl Burlllo, Spain 6-4, 6-3; Emlllo Alvarez, Spain, def. Thierry Guardlola, France 7-6 (7-2), 6-0; Felix Mantilla, Spain, def. Nuno Marques, Portugal, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4; Ronald Agenor, Haiti, def. Jordl Arrese (7), Spain, 6-3, 6-7 (5-7), 6-3; Jose Altur, Spain, def. Mahamed Ridaoul, Morocco, 7-5, 5-7, 6-3; Gulllaume Raoux, France, del. Oscar Martinez (6), Spain, 7-5 4-6,6-1 ; Franco Davln (5), Argentina, def. Francisco Rolg, Spain, 6-3, 6-2; Marc Goellner (8), Germany, def. Bohman Ulihrach, Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-4; Aman-uel Couto, Portugal, def. Karlm Alami, Morocco, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2; Rodolphe Gilbert, France, def. Mehdl Tahlra, Morocco, 6-3, 6-2; Steng Schalken, Netherlands, def. Younes El Aynaoul, Morocco, 6-2, 6-3. Pan am games AT MAR DEL PLATA, ARGENTINA Medals Country G S United States 137 113 Cuba 63 48 Canada 36 42 Argentina 24 34 Mexico 12 13 Brazil 10 13 Colombia 5 15 Venezuela 8 5 Chile 2 4 Puerto Rico 1 1 Guatemala 1 1 Trinidad & Tobago Ecuador 1 Virgin Islands - 3 Uruguay - 2 Nicaragua - 1 Peru - - Bahamas - 1 Costa Rica - 1 Paraguay - 1 Jamaica El Salvador - 1 Netherlands Antilles - 1 Panama - 1 Antigua Bermuda Dominican Republic - - St. Vincent - -Suriname Tot 321 153 127 114 51 41 37 29 13 Basketball MEN Brazil 101, UNITED STATES 98 Rhythmic gymnastics INDIVIDUAL ALL-AROUND 1, Yordanla Corrales, Cuba, 36.675 points; 2, Tamara Levlnson, Silver Spring, Md., 36.200; 3, Jessica Davis, San Anselmo, Calif., 35.850; 4, Cecilia Schtutman, Argentina, 35.625; 5, Gretchen McLennan, Canada, 35.600; 6, Luciana Eslava, Argentina, 34.675; 7, Erin Burkett, Canada, 34.575; 8, Yamile Sotolongo, Cuba, 34.475. Track and field MEN 110 hurdles 1, Roger Kingdom, Monroesvllle, Pa., 13.39 seconds; 2, Emllio Valle, Cuba, 13.40. 3, Courtney Hawkins, Houston, 13.54; 4, Eric Batle, Cuba, 13.72; 5, Walmes De Souza, Brazil, 14.03; 6, Miguel Soto, Puerto Rico, 14.09; 7, Mathew Love, Jamaica, 14.16; 8, Wagner Marseille, Haiti, 14.30. Javelin 1, Emeterlo Gonzalez, Cuba, 260-1; 2, Edgar Bauman, Paraguay, 258-2; 3, Todd Reich, Fresno, Calif., 255-4; 4, Ovldio Trimlno, Cuba, , 251-10; 5, Rodrigo Zelava, Chile, 243-4; 6, Edward Kamlnski, La Grange, Ga., 237-2; 7, Rlgoberto Calderon, Nicaragua, 228-3; 8, Maurlclo Sllva, Argentina, 215-6. WOMEN 100 hurdles 1, Alluska Lopez, Cuba, 12.68; 2, Donalda Duprev, Canada, 13.16; 3, Odalys Adams, Cuba, 13.1 7; 4, Allison Williams, Pittsburgh, 13.30; 5, Carmen Bezanllla, Chile, 13.45; 6, Lesley Tashlin, Canada, 13.45; 7, Joyce Melendez, Puerto Rico, 13.77; 8, Maria Martinez, Chile, 14.09. Long lump 1, Nlukra Montalvo, Cuba, 22-7V4,- 2, Andrea Avlla, Argentina, 21-4; 3, Jackie Edwards, Bahamas, 21-4; 4, Lalza Carrlllo, Cuba, 20-5; 5, Dawn Burrell, Houston, 20-2 '; 6, Tamara Cuffee, Fairfax, Va., 19-11; 7, Monica Castro, Chile, 19-4V4, Shot put 1, Connie Price-Smith, Bloomlngton, Ind., 62-103; 2, Ramona Pagel, San Diego, 60-8'i; 3, Yumileldis Cumba'Jay, Cuba, 60-7'.,; 4, Belsls Laza, Cuba, 60-1; 5, Ellsangela Andrlano, Brazil, 54-1 1 'A; 6, Georgette Reed, Canada, 52-10; 7, Alexandra Amaro, Brazil, 52-4; 8, Ana Comaschl, Argentina, 43-8. 10 Km walk 1, Graclela Mendoza, Mexico, 46:31.93; 2, Michelle Rohl, La Grange, Calif., 46:36.52; 3, Francisca Martinez, Mexico, 47:44.78; 4, Maria Bermeo, Colombia, 48:29.02; 5, Holly Gerke, Canada, 48:46.69; 6, Mlrlan Ramon, Ecuador, 50:13.15; 7, Geovanna Morelon, Bolivia, 51:04.38; 8, Janice McCaffrey, Canada, 53:26.97; 9, Lldla Car-rlego, Argentina, 55:32.56; 10, Teresa Valll, Brooks-vllle, Colo., DQ. HEPTATHLON 100 hurdles 1, Jamie McNealr, Lafayette, Ind., 13.18 (1,097 points); 2, Magaly Garcia, Cuba, 13.25 (1,087); 3, DeDee Nathan, Bloomington, Ind., 13.86 (998); 4, Esther Medema, Canada, 14.21 (949); 5, Alelandra Garcia, Argentina, 14.32 (934). High Jump 1, Jamie McNealr, Lafayette, Ind., 5-9 (941); 2, DeDee Nathan, Bloomington, Ind., 5-9 (941); 3, Alelandra Garcia, Argentina, 5-8 "i (903); 4, Magaly Garcia, Cuba, 5-3 (759); 5, Esther Medema, Canada, 5-2'a (724). SHOT PUT 1, DeDee Nathan, Bloomington, Ind., 45-10 (792); 2, Magaly Garcia, Cuba, 42-2 (717); 3, Jamie McNealr, Lafayette, Ind., 42-0 (715); 4, Esther Medema, Canada, 36-9 (609); 5, Alelandra Gar-da, Argentina, 35-0'.. (573). 200 1, Magaly Garcia, Cuba, 23.67; 2, Jamie McNealr, Lafayette, Ind., 24.25; 3, DeDee Nathan, Bloomington, Ind., 24.66; 4, Esther Medema, Canada, 25.15; 5, Alelandra Garcia, Argentina, 26.22. Total through four events 1, Jamie McNealr, Lafayette, Ind., 3,710; 2, DeDee NathanBloomlngton, Ind., 3,649; 3, Magaly Garcia, CubC 3,576; 4, Alelandra Garcia, Argentina, 3,188, 5, Esther Medema, Canada, 3,155. College baseball Slx-Pac California ARIZONAST. Stanford UCLA Southern Cal ARIZONA W L Pet. GB 1 .833 2 .714 Vi 3 .625 1 5 .444 2V, 6 .333 3"i 7 .222 4V Home teams In capital letters College basketball Favorite Points Underdog NIT QUARTERFINALS VIRGINIATECH 6 MARQUETTE 4 Thursday NCAA REGIONALS SOUTHEAST At Birmingham, Ala. Kentucky 13 North Carolina 9 WEST At Oakland, Calif. New Mexico State South Florida Arizona State Georgetown Maryland Ucla Friday EAST Connecticut Mississippi State 6Vj At East Rutherford, N.J. Wake Forest 1 Oklahoma State Tulsa Massachusetts MIDWEST At Kansas City, Mo. Kansas Arkansas 11 Virginia Memphis NBA Favorite San Antonio INDIANA Chicago ATLANTA PHILADELPHIA CLEVELAND MINNESOTA UTAH LA LAKERS NHL Favorite Points 2Vj 14 4'l 7 2 7 1 11 1 Underdog NEW JERSEY La Clippers BOSTON Miami Golden State Sacramento Dallas Denver Portland Goals Even- Vj 1-lVa 1-IVa l-l'j lVi-2 1-1 Vi Va-1 Underdog HARTFORD New Jersey Boston Florida Winnipeg Edmonton St. Louis Philadelphia NY RANGERS QUEBEC MONTREAL DETROIT DALLAS CALGARY Basketball College men NIT SECONDROUND Monday's results South Florida 75, Coppln State 59 Virginia Tech 91 , Providence 78 Washington State 83, Illinois State 80 Canlslus 55, Bradley 53 Marquette 70, St. Bonaventure61 New Mexico State 92, Texas-El Paso 89, OT Tuesday's results PennSt. (18-10) at Nebraska (18-13), (n) Ohio Univ. (24-9) at Iowa (20-1 1), (n) QUARTERFINALS Today's games New Mexico State (25-9) at Virginia Tech (22-10), 5:30 p.m. South Florida 18-U) at Marquette (19-11), 7:30 p.m. Thursday's garnet Washington State (18-11) at Canlslus (20-12), 5:30 p.m. Penn St.-Nebraska winner vs. Ohio Unlv-lowa winner, TBA NAIA Division I Monday's late results AT TULSA, OKLA. Championship Birmingham-Southern 92, Pfelffer, N.C.76 College women NAIA Division I AT JACKSON, TENN. Monday's Semifinals SE Oklahoma 75, Lipscomb 74 Southern Nazarene 54, Southwestern Oklahoma 48 Tuesday's Final Southeastern Oklahoma (29-4) vs. Southern Nazarene, Okla. (29-2), (n) Fishing Bassmaster MegaBucks Monday's late results LAKE MURRAY, COLUMBIA, S.C. 1, Hobson Bryan Jr., Tuscaloosa, Ala., 5 fish, 25 pounds, 5 ounces; 2, Tom Blffle, Wagoner, Okla., 5, 24-3; 3, Gerald Beck, Lexington, N.C., 5, 23-15; 4, Carl Maxfleld, N. Charleston, S.C, 5, 23-0; 5, Scott Martin, Leesvllle, S.C, 5, 21-0; 6, Shaw Grlgsby Jr., Gainesville, Fla., 5, 20-14; 7, Johnny Lesesne, Marietta, Ga 5, 20-12; 8, tie, Robert Tucker, Sachse, Texas, and Clark Wendlandt, College Station, Texas, 5, 20-6; 10, Jimmy Houston, Cookson, Okla., 5,20-1, Junior colleges Baseball Monday's late results Butler, Kansas4-5, Phoenix College 3-3 Central Arizona 8, Arizona Western 7 Glendale 14, DuPage, III., 4 SEES mm Hockey NHL WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division W L T Ptt GF GA Calgary 12 12 5 29 93 84 . Edmonton 12 13 2 24 80 93 Vancouver I 10 8 24 82 92 Los Anoeles 9 13 5 23 84 104 San Jose 10 13 2 22 59 80 Anaheim 7 16 3 17 61 95 Central Division W L T Pts GF GA . Detroit 18 6 2 38 100 57 . thlcaoo 16 9 2 34 102 66 St. Louis 15 9 2 32 96 74 Toronto 13 11 5 31 81 81 . Dallas 10 13 4 24 83 74 , Winnipeg 9 14 4 22 78 99 . EASTERN CONFERENCE . Atlantic Division W L T Pts GF GA Philadelphia 16 9 3 35 95 80 NY Rangers 13 12 3 29 78 74 Washington 11 11 6 28 71 67 . New Jersey 11 12 5 27 76 75 , Florida 11 15 3 25 73 81 Tampa Bay 11 IS 2 24 73 80 NY Islanders 9 15 3 21 68 85 Northeast Division W L T Pts GF GA Quebec 19 6 3 41 107 72 Pittsburgh 19 8 2 40 119 98 . Boston 14 11 2 30 81 65 Buffalo 11 10 5 27 63 65 Montreal 10 13 5 25 72 95 . Hartford 10 14 4 24 68 79 . Ottawa 4 18 4 12 58 86 . MONDAY'S RESULTS Washington 5, HarrtordO i Quebec 5, Florida 4, OT k Philadelphia 8, Montreal 4 . tdmontonS, Calgary 2 , fc Los Angeles 5, St Louis 3 TUESDAY'S RESULTS j. Pittsburgh at Buffalo, (n) . Ottawa at Washington, (n) . Toronto at Vancouver, (n) , Chicago at San Jose, (n) LosAnoelesat Anaheim, (n) TODAY'S GAMES . Philadelphia at Hartford, 5p.m. . Florida at Montreal, 5:30p.m. , Boston at Quebec, 5:30 p.m. New Jersey at NY Rangers, 5:30 p.m. , Winnlpega1Detrolt,5:30p.m. . Edmontonat Dallas, 6 JOp.m. St. Louis at Calgary, 7:30p.m. ; Nordiques 5, Panthers 4, OT Florida 2 1 1 0-4 Quebec 1 3 0 1-5 - First period 1, Florida, Mellanby 9 (Smith), 3:40. 2, Quebec, Riccl 7 (Kamensky, Saklc), 15:54 (pij). 3, Florida, Belanger9(Lomakln, Garpenlov), , 17:03. 1 Second period 4, Quebec, Forsberg 5 (Nolan, ' Saklc), 1:28 (pp). 5, Quebec, Simon 2 (Forsberg, Foote), 3:49. 6, Quebec, Saklc 13 (Kovalenko, Foote), 14:57. 7, Florida, Svensson 1 (Garpenlov, Murphy), 19:40 (pp). Third period 8, Florida, Lindsay 5 (Barnes, Fitzgerald), 5:41. Overtime 9, Quebec, Nolan 18 (Forsberg, Simon), 2:33. Shots on goal Florida 7-17-10-2 36 on Thl-bault Quebec 10-12-5-3 30 on Fltzpatrlck. Power-play opportunities Florida 1 of 3; Quebec 2 of 3. A -13,013. ; Flyers 8, Canadiens 4 Montreal 0 2 2-4 Philadelphia 1 4-1 First period 1, Philadelphia, Dlneen4 (Therlen, ' Deslardlns), 14:03 (pp). Second period 2, Philadelphia, LeClalr 16 (Dy-khuls, Deslardlns), 7:15. 3, Philadelphia, Llndros 17 (Renberg, Therlen), 8:23. 4, Montreal, Keane 9 (Ronan, Daigneault), 11:23. 5, Philadelphia, Llndros 18 (Renberg), 12:27.6, Montreal, Savage 6 (Recchl, Schneider), 16:00. Third period 7, Montreal, Bellows 7 (Daigneault, Recchl), 14. 8, Philadelphia, LeClalr 17 (Renberg, Llndros), 3:52 (pp). 9, Philadelphia, Dl-neen 5 (Brlnd'Amour, Podeln), 4:15. 10, Montreal, Bellows 8 (Savage), 8:19. 11, Philadelphia, Brlnd'Amour 6 (Dlneen), 13:18 (sh). 12, Phlladel-, phla, Llndros 19, 18:52. Shots on goal Montreal 8-5-8 21 on Hextall. Philadelphia 17-9-13 39 on Roy. Power-play opportunities Montreal 0 of 1; Philadelphia 2 of 2. A 17,380. I Oilers 5, Flames 2 Caloarv 1 0 1-2 3 0 2-5 Edmonton - First period 1, Edmonton, Arnott 9 (Weight, ' Oliver), 5:48 (pp). 2, Calgary, Reichel 10 (Houslev, Nleuwendvk), 9:45 (pp). 3, Edmonton, Weight 3 (Pearson), 15:55. 4, Edmonton, Arnott 10 (Oliver), , 17:40. Second period No scoring. Third period 5, Edmonton, Arnott 11 (Oliver, Weight), 5:25 (pp). 6, Calgary, Nleuwendvk 12 . (Fleury, Housley), 16:12. 7, Edmonton, Kravchuk 2 . (Weight), 17.56. Shots on goal Calgary 20-6-9 35 on Ranford. ' Edmonton 15-11-11 37 on Trefllov. Power-play opportunities Calgary 1 of 9; Edmonton 2 of 9. A 14,060. Kings 5, Blues 3 St. Louis 1 2-3 1 1-5 Los Anoeles - First period 1, Los Angeles, Gretzky6, 10:06.2, Los Anoeles, Gretzky 7 (Cowle, McSorley), 15:43. Second period 3, Los Angeles, Shuchuk 1 (Svdor), 4:42. 4, Los Angeles, Granato 7 (Gretzky, Snell), 5: 16 5, St. Louis, Crelghton 8 ( Baron), 16:30. Third period 6, St. Louis, Houlder 4 (Anderson, Karamnov), 1:31. 7, Los Angeles, Granato 8 (Sydor), 19:39. 8, St. Louis, Maclnnis4 (Norton), 19:52. Shots on goal St. Louis 11-10-10 31 on Hrudey. Los Angeles 6-7-11 24 on Joseph and Casey. Power -play opportunities St. Louis 0 of 3; Los Angeles Oof 4. A 14,393. IHL WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L SL Pis GF GA . x-Denver 48 1 7 5 101 284 200 , PHOENIX 36 24 11 83 289 274 Las Vegas 39 27 4 82 278 236 San Diego 34 32 7 75 244 267 Central Division W L SL Pts GF GA - x-Mllwaukee - 39 24 8 86 295 277 . Atlanta 35 32 4 74 245 252 Houston 33 31 7 73 239 254 Minnesota 30 29 11 71 234 284 - Kansas City 32 37 4 68 249 271 " EASTERN CONFERENCE Northern Division W L SL Pts GF GA x-Kalamazoo 38 20 13 89 257 218 X-Detrolt 39 25 6 84 264 241 Chicago . 30 27 13 73 231 259 Cleveland 30 29 10 70 261 290 - Midwest Division W L SL Pts GF GA x-Peorla 47 16 8 102 285 215 .. x-Clnclnnatl 44 19 8 96 267 233 Indianapolis 28 36 6 62 232 283 ' Fort Wayne 26 36 7 59 240 288 K cllnchedpleyoff berth. NOTE Two points are awarded for a victory and one for a shootout loss. MONDAY'SRESULTS No games scheduled TUESDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta at Indianapolis, (n) . Las Vegas at Cleveland, (n) TODAY'SGAMES , Atlanta at Fort Wayne . Indianapolis at Kalamazoo Las Vegas at Detroit . Houston at Milwaukee ; NCAA Tournament . EAST REGIONAL Friday's Semifinals At Worcester, Mass. New Hampshire (22-9-4) vs. Denver (24-14-2), , 7:30 p.m. Clarkson (23-9-4) vs. Lake Superior State (22-11-6), 6p.m. Saturday's Regional Finals At Worcester, Mass. , - Maine (29-J-6) vs. New Hampshire-Denver winner, 2:30p.m. . Boston University (28-6-3) vs. Clarkson-Lake Superior State winner, 5:30p.m. WEST REGIONAL . Friday's Semifinals 1 At Madison, Wis. . Minnesota (23-13-5) vs. RPt (18-13-4), 3p.m. . Wisconsin (23-14-4) vs. Michigan State (25-1 1-3), 6 30 p m. Saturday's Regional Finals Colorado College (30-11-1) vs. Mlnnesota-RPI winner, 2:30 p.m. - Michigan (28-7-1) vs. Wisconsin-Michigan State . winner, 6p.m. , NATIONAL SEMIFINALS At Providence, R.I. Thursday, March 30 Boston University Clarkson-Lake Superior State winner vs. Colorado College Mlnnesota-RPI winner, TBA - Maine New Hampshire-Denver winner vs. Michigan Wisconsin-Michigan State winner, TBA . NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday, April 1 Semifinal winners, TBA Yacht racing America's Cup AT SAN DIEGO Semi-finals Citizen Cup for defenders - Mighty Mary, Leslie Egnot, vs. Young America, k evin Mahaney, pod., high winds. STANDINGS Young America, 3 points; Start & Stripes, 1; Mighty Mary, 1. Victories are worth one point. Young America began round with two bonus points and Start & t tripes with one. ult Vuitton Cup for Challengers Team New Zealand, Russell Courts, vs. oneAus-fralla, John Bertrand, ppd., high winds; NZL-39, Chris Dickson, vs. Nippon, Makoto Namba, ppd., high winds. STANDINGS Team New Zealand, 2 point; gneAustralla, 1; NZL-39, 1; Nippon Challenge, 0. Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE CINCINNATI REDS Released pitcher Pedro Borbon. NBA ATLANTA HAWKS Signed guard Ennls Wha-tley for the remainder of the season. CHICAGO BULLS Activated forward Larry Krystkowiak from the Injured list. Placed forward Jud Buechler on the Injured list. MIAMI HEAT Named Chris Wallace director of college and International scouting and Mike Stan-field director of ticket sales. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS Appointed Joe Car-bone strength and conditioning coach. NFL MIAMI DOLPHINS Traded wide receiver Mark Ingram to the Green Bay Packers for a 1995 fourth-round draft pick. PITTSBURGH STEELERS Signed defensive lineman Jeff Esters, wide receiver Corey Holllday and tight end Craig Thompson. NHL DALLAS STARS Recalled right wings Mark Lawrence and Grant Marshall from Kalamazoo of the International Hockey League. WASHINGTON CAPITALS Sent goaltender Byron Dafoe to Portland of the American Hockey League. Over 2000 new t used Dog racing Phoenix Greyhound Park By Frank Spinka Special for The Republic AFTERNOON HANDICAP FIRST RACE Twillte Urgent (8), Aztec Christie (6), GGB Speed Ball ( 1 ). SECOND RACE Picture Mia Star (4), BC Baby (6), Vena Davis (8). THIRD RACE Turbo Tracy (2), Tibia Pursuit (8), TV Fast Madison (3). FOURTH RACE RD'S Dexter (8), Twillte Design (7), Jolly Good Fella (5), PJ's Just Robert (2). FIFTH RACE Coldwater Elway (4), Fortunate Gent (3), Dea's Red Sonya (1). SIXTH RACE Coldwater Alison (2), Judge Brown (4), TV Atlanta (7). SEVENTH RACE PJ's Guessing (5), Pardon Me dolly ( 1 ), Big And Bonev (3). EIGHTH RACE Maricopa Tiger (5), Chry-soula (2), TV Agent Win (7), Ferfer (3). NINTH RACE Jaded Dancer (5), Paula Pay-less (3), RD's Crossbow (7). TENTH RACE Sally Cummin (8), TV Dake (6), Nevada Tyson (1). ELEVENTH RACE PJ'S Just Bee (2), TV Neon Delon (6), Mascot Katie (1 ), OR's Spotty (8). TWELFTH RACE Coldwater Jason (1), Danny's Reason (8), WD'S Amherst (7). THIRTEENTH RACE La Crema (2), Coldwater Lendl (4), Ole Four Forme (1), TV Edna (6). BESTBET Twillte Urgent (8) In the 1 st. AFTER NOON ENTRIES - Post time 1 p.m. FIRST -550 YDS, GR. D. GGB Speed Ball 9 Gadzook Gadget 9-2 CCStarllte 11 Aztec Christie 6 CE'sRedCharter 5-2 ZekePotter 12 Coldwater Greg 8 Twillte Urgent 7-2 SECOND 550 YDS, GR. C. Wigwam Georgia 6 Doc's Dickinson 9 CD'sRedFlyer 12BCBaby 9-2 CRobby 7-2 DG's Hannah 11 Picture Mia Star 5-2 Vena Davis 8 THIRD 550 YDS, GR. D. Coldwater Hero 12 MaddogMlkey 6 Turbo Tracy 7-2 Green's Lock 11 TV Fast Madison 9-2 Wigwam Mc Bain 9 Ole Slippery Wet Tibia Pursuit 5-2 FOURTH - 550 YDS, GR. B. Coldwater Rexton 12 Jolly Good Fella 5-2 PJ's Just Robert 7-2 WD'sForever 8 Dizzy Dean 9 Twillte Design 6 MJ'sShark 11 RD's Dexter 9-2 FIFTH -550 YDS, GRC. Dea'sRedSonya 7-2 Ozone Marmalade 11 TVSuzyFord- - 9 Memphis Hlpshake 12 Fortunate Gent 8 MJ's Sundae 9-2 Coldwater Elway 5-2 GGB Mary's Ace 6 SIXTH-550YDS,GR. B. Starmaker 9-2 Taffy Pull 5-2 Coldwater Alison 8 WD'sKarmen 11 Shata Forfeit 12 TV Atlanta 9 Judge Browri 6 Dea's Slzzler 7-2 SEVENTH - 550 YDS, OR. D. Pardon Me Dolly 5-2 JC'sDot 12 Flags Flying 6 Rory 8 BlgAndBoney 9-2 Coldwater Spirit 11 PJ's Guessing 7-2 Evening Fog 9 EIGHTH -685 YDS, GRT PJ's Redhead 11 Maricopa Tiger 8 Chrysoula 5-2 CC Twister 9 Ferfer 6 TV Agent Win 7-2 Northern Rose 9-2 Spotted Gene 12 NINTH -S50 YDS, GRC Ole Hitch Hiker 11 Jaded Dancer 9-2 Sonic Spree 9 Western E xposur 5-2 Paula Payless 6 RD'sCrossbow 7-2 CD's Lady Astor 8 Twillte Byline 12 TENTH 550 YDS, GR. A. PGA Money Through March 19 Player 1. Peter Jacobsen 2. NIckFaldo 3. Kenny Perry 4. David Duval 5. MarkO'Meara 6.SteveElklngton 7.VliaySlngh S.PhllMlckelson 9. Loren Roberts 10. Corey Pavln 11. John Morse 12. Scott Simpson 13. Davis Love III 14. Steve Strieker 15. Mark Calcavecchia 16. Brad Faxon 17. Greg Norman 18. Tom Lehman 19. Bruce Lletzke 20. Ben Crenshaw 21. Duffy Waldorf 22. Jim Gallagher Jr. 23. MikeHulbert 24. Billy Mayfalr 25. BIIIGIasson Leaders Trn Money $690,351 $487,603 $433,666 $362,560 $320,303 . $291,310 $285,881 $265,763 $263,251 $256,856 $241,167 $208,620 $194,737 $187,777 $187,310 $185,511 $179,600 $165,770 $163,965 $159,142 $158,268 $155,769 $154,675 $153,777 $152,727 tip IKS0& tD$G Radlllac 12 RD's Shenandoah 6 EIGHTH 685 YDS, GR. A. Coldwater Madnes 12 TV Jackie's Boy 6 Glitzy Rose 7-2 Coldwater Sanity 5-2 PJ's Tick Tack 8 Doc's Will James 9 Island Odyssey 9-2 Cruiser Gene 11 NINTH 550 YDS, GR. B. TVLadyHanna 12 Coldwater Kragen 5-2 Junior Lesley 9-2 King's Eaual 9 Lone Star Man 6 RD's Fu Man S WR'sGoldle 11 Ole Platos 7-2 TENTH 550 YDS, GR. A. Dea's Show Girl 9-2 WD'sArazI La Bella Mamba 12 Card Carrier RD's Wolf 5-2 Elvsian Gail Norman 6 Rigid Grin 11 9 7-2 ELEVENTH -550 YDS, GR.D. Ole Buster Bill 5-2 Twillte Duetlme 8 DV My Lady Love 9 Jazz You Like It 6 Hlkarl Dollle 11 LexusLuke 7-2 Romany Rebel 9-2 DebbvMackKroll 12 T W E L FTH 550 YDS, G R. A. Cash Rebel 11 WD'sChaparral 6 Cinder Rlppin 9-2 Nevada Rhen 7-2 RD's Babe 9 Wigwam Clancy 8 Twillte Myword 12 Black Silhouette 5-2 THIRTEENTH -685 YDS, GR. B. Touch Of Blarney 9-2 Karl Allen 8 Nevada Annie 9 Green Crown 7-2 TV Country Law 12 Bringit Home Amy 5-2 Dick Sanders 6 KK'sSabrlna 11 MONDAY NIGHT'S RESULTS FIRST Nevada Bernle $2.60, 2.80, 2.40; Cour-chevel $5.80, 3.40; AR's Sweetpea $5.00. Q-(6-7)-$17.20, (7-6)-$20.40. TR-(7-6-2)-$428.00. SECOND - Sam Our Man $7.40, 4.80, 4.80; RD'S Tarantula $17.20, 6.20; Busy Buddy $6.60. Q-12-5)-$41.80, (5-2)-$82.20. TR-(5-2-6)-$2,306.60. DAILY DOUBLE - (7-5) $16.60. THIRD DJS Ben $13.20, 6.60, 9.00; Jumby Bay $7.40, 4.20; Lefty's Flash $4.40. Scratched Luvya Violet. Q-(5-7)-$29.20, (7-5)-$72.40. TR-(7-5-2)-$351.00. FOURTH - R D's Skittles $26.40, 12.80, 6.40; STS Blue Sky $21.80, 7.00; Wigwam Dash $4.20. Q-(6-7)-$175.20, (6-7)-$386.00. SUPERFECTA (6-7-5-all) $2,546.00. FIFTH Coldwater Stokes $11.40, 5.60, 3.40; Twlllte Oxmo $6.60, 3.60; RD'S Ruth Chris $3.00. Q-(l-8)-$58.20, l-8)-$94.60. TWIN TRI (1-8-2) $158.40. SIXTH - Wigwam Thug $11.20, 4.60, 5.60; Ole X Fifteen $5.80, 5.20; WD'S Vladmlr $4.00. Q-(2-4)-$21.80, (2-4)-$36.40.TR-2-4-7-$171.40. SEVENTH - RD'S Racln Rick $14.20, 8.80, 4.80; Wigwam Mouse $3.40, 2.60; PJ's Buster $4.60. Q-(l-2)-$17.60, (2-1)-$74.20. TR-(2-l-6)-$297.80. TWIN TRI (2-1-6) $13,561.50. EIGHTH - Twillte Cajole $15.40, 7.00, 6.00; Sllm-down Darrell $6.40, 3.80; Rapido Limbaugh $6.00. Q-(4-6)-S47.40, (4-6)-$100.40. SUPERFECTA (4-6-1-8) $2,935.80. NINTH - CD's Continental $19.20, 8.80, 6.00; San Tan Sport $5 60, 4.20; Wigwam Goldle $4.60. Q-(l-3)-$40.40, (3-l)-$56.40. TRI SUPER (3-1-8) $537.80. TENTH - SJ Leroy Brown $21.40, 9.80, 7.60; Coldwater Roman $5.40, 3.40; WD's Pronto $3.40. Q-(3-4)-$21.60, (4-3)-$73.80.TR-(4-3-7)-$325.00. ELEVENTH - Rapido Emll $15.80, 6.60, 5.20; Kid's Play $7.00, 3.60; Snuff Enough $3.20. Scratched Raw And Dry. Q-(2-8)-$48.80, (2-8)-$74.40. T R-I2-8-1 )-$331 .60, Carry-over $5,731 .89. TWELFTH - BJ's Volunteer $25.00, 7.00, 4.20; Rising Sunset $9.00, 4.00; STS Suny $2.60; Q-I3-U-$96.00. TR-(3-1-8)-$444.40. DAILY DOUBLE - (2-3) $110.60. THIRTEENTH - Janes Secret $7.40, 6.60, 4.60; Crank Start $4.00, 7.00; CD's Black Flash $6.40. Q-(l-B)-$36.60, (8-1)-$50.40, TWIN QUINELLA (1-3, 1-8) $1,759.40. SUPERFECTA - (8-1-5-3) $6,709.40. A 1,484. H $247,554.00. Broadcast H - $51 ,766.00, Trade A-6U.H-i7MUM. 0T8: - W. H - mMSM. vehicles available! Nevada Tyson 5-2 Da Da Pepper 12 La Bella Lad 9-2 TV Dake 8 Dea's Cowboy 6 GGB Sporty Girl 9 DV Deborah Debra 11 Sally Cummin 7-2 ELEVENTH - 550 YDS, GR D. Mascot Katie 7-2 Rags To Rags 12 PJ's Just Bee 9-2 TVNeonDeion 5-2 And Thunder Rose 11 DogDIglty 8 Maricopa Zip 6 OR's Spotty 9 TWELFTH 550 YDS, GR. B. Coldwater Jason 9-2 Valid Contender 7-2 Repo 12 KK'sAlicIa 11 Brillant Dlsglze 9 WD'sAmherst 8 Ragln Rocker 5-2 Danny's Reason S THIRTEENTH -685 YDS, GR.D. Ole Four Forme 8 Keep Rlghtontrak 9 La Crema 5-2 TV Edna 7-2 Risque Rosle 6 AR'sCandyCane 12 Coldwater Lendl 9-2 Mamies Rainbow 11 TONIGHT'S HANDICAP FIRST RACE RD's Miss Cookie (1), Enchanted Tazla (6), Maricopa Sparkle (7). SECOND RACE KK'S Jan Luv (3), Doc's Randy T (4), Wigwam Justine (5). THIRD RACE TV Ike (3), Ole Fottobetled (5), WD'sEarthGlow (4). FOURTH RACE Mouth Full (1), Boldly Brave (2), Purdlta's Gem (5), San Tan Shazam (7). FIFTH RACE TV Korntl K (6), WD'S Rattle-bone (8), Call Custard (5). SIXTH RACE Simply Bllmple (2), Hawkens Dream (5), Nodak Keelen (8). SEVENTH RACE Coldwater Ownby (5), RD'i Shenandoah (8), Disaster Master (2). EIGHTH RACE TV Jackie's Boy (5), Coldwater Sanity (6), Glitzy Rose (2), Island Odyssey (4). NINTH RACE Coldwater Kragen (5), Ole Platos (4), King's Equal (6). TENTH RACE RD'S Wolf (3), Rigid Grin (8), Dea's Show Girl (1). ELEVENTH RACE Ole Buster Bill (1), Lexut Luke (7), Jazz You Llkelt (6), Romany Rebel (4). TWELFTH RACE Cinder Rlppin (2), Black Silhouette (8), Nevada Rhen (6). THIRTEENTH RACE Green Crown (6), Karl Allen (5), Dick Sanders (4), Touch Of Blarney (1 ). BEST BET Coldwater Ownby (5) In the 7th. TONIGHT'S ENTRIES - Post tlm7:30 p.m. FIRST -550 YDS, GR.D. RD'SMIssCookle 5-2 PJ'S White Misty 9 VanLlngleMongo 12 Enchanted Tazla 8 DV Hot Toddy 11 Maricopa Sparkle 6 Becks Glntlzz 9-2 Barefoot Beauty 7-2 SECOND-550YDS,GR.C. RB's Feet Sing 9 Wigwam Justine 7-2 WD's Towner 5-2 Ivory Spence 8 KK'sJenLuv 9-2 Kiowa Holiday 12 Doc's Randy T 6 SC Magic Moment 11 THIRD -550 YDS, GR.D. DlgglnFeet 8 Ole Fit Tobetled 6 Mr Clary 9 Cactus Mr K Ball 12 TV Ike 5-2 Wigwam Punkln 7-2 WD'sEarthGlow 9-2 EKSklpper 11 FOURTH-550YDS,GR.B. Mouth Full 7-2 Purdlta's Gem 6 Boldly Brave 9-2 Pick Up Class 8 SJ Chopper 5-2 San Tan Shazam 12 Maricopa Mud 11 Coldwater Mario 9 FIFTH 550 YDS, GR. Coldwater Kookla 9 Ole Ball Me Out I pokleOkle 7-2 Doc's Mark Twain 11 C. Call Custard TV Kortnl K Staplcton WD'sRattlebone 6 5-2 II SIXTH -550 YDS, GR. Cool Carl 6 Simply Bllmple 5-2 CD Calun Louie 8 Almostarelndeer 12 Hawkens Dream Nevada Stlmpy WD'S Skyline Nodak Keelen 9-2 7-2 11 9 SEVENTH 550 YDS, Betty's Chicory 9-2 Disaster Master 9 TV Funny Man 5-2 GR. B. Coldwater Ownby DV Jolly Roger WD's Dusty Rose 7-2 11 I

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