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4 The Des Moines Register B Wednesday, February 16, 2000 Sports Roundup Sports BASKETBALL MEN MOMMY Ooma. Nebraska M IOWA JUNIOR COLU6H km Western 109. EKswonh 106 (OT) Watdorf 74. Canon JV 63 BUT ConfeeScut 59. Seton Ha SO Delaware 90, Hartford 77 Lafayette 71, Stony Brook. 69 181, Colgate 47 Rutgers 79. Albany. N Y 60 Si Francis. NY 82. Sacred Heart 7 SOUTH Attorn St 69, Alabama MM 65 Bethune-Cookman 69 Moraan St 64 Ct M Chanaston 83, Georgia Southern 67 uwpq a n. Honda a&m 61 DavKHon 104. ChalQnooga 71 ETSU 65. The Citadel 53 liberty 76. Charleston Southern 60 Mariiall 78. Ohm 72 Md f astern Snore 59. Hampton 58 N Carolina AST 69. Delaware St 55 N C "WilmmQton 66. Belrnont 58 nVHlhweyem St. 60. Nienolls St. 4t Radford 73. Coastal Carolina 72 S Carolma St 89. Howaid 60 Southern U 79, Alabama St 69 UNC -Greensboro 75. W Carolina 53 VMI 78. Appalachian St 69 Woftonl 85, Furman 75 MNWEST Bait St 89, Akron 68 Detroit 80. Siena Heights 71 E Michigan 72. Cent Michigan 59 SOUTHWEST Tenas Southern 71, Ark. -Pine Shift 62 Tutea 75, Rice 33 OH. TOP 25 . 1 St Francis (tad.) 26-4: 2 MxlAmeoca Nwrene (Kan.) 27-3: 3. Albertson (Idaho) 23-5: 4 Huntmgton (Ind ) 27-3: 5 Embry- HHjoie (Ha) Z3-5: f. XL Antra 23-7; 7 hut (s o ) 18-6, 1. trier CIIH 22-7: 9 Con eqrrJB (Ore ) 21-6: 10 Tit-State (Ind.) 19-9: it Mount Vernon Naarene (Ohiol 22-6: II NWtbvuileu 1-f, 13. Oickirrson Sate (tl 01 19-5. 14. Newman (Kan.) 23-5. 15 Aournas (Mrch ) 21-8: 16 Oregon Tech 22-6: 17. Siena Heights (Mich.) 23-6: 16 Robert Moms- m ) 2J-8: 19 Parm Beach Atlantic HJT 21-9: 20. Bethel (mdl 23-7: 21 Jamastown IN D ) 18-8 22 Kansas Wesleyan 19-, 23 MMbgan (Tenn.) 18-9: 24. Mount senano (wis) 113 zs. 00m 17-7 uA JUNIOR COLLEGE OTYTSKW I TOP 21 1i Barton County. Kan. (11) 26-1: 2 Southwest Missouri state 25-2: 3 Allegany (Md ) 25-1: 4 Sottwadeii 25-4; 5 San Jaomo (Texas) 23-3 . Mim Hills 25-1; 7 Shelby State (Tenn) 23-4: & Tallahassee (F) ?4-3; 9 Sheridan (Wyo) 26-1: 10 Paara4rnando(Ha)25-2; 11 Snow (Utah) 23-4, .12. Vmcennes (Ind,) 20-4; 13. Three (WeT5 (Mo ) 23-2; 14 Monroe (N Y ) 25-2. 15. Midland (Texas) 23-4: 16 Norrheast Mrs sissippi 21-4:17 JohnC Calhoun State (Ala ) 23-4; IB Connors Slate (UWa. zit 19. Oiakwsa-Waiton (Fla.) 21-4; 20. Otney Cen tral (111 ) 20-6 JUNIOR COLLEGE 0W TOP 15 . I. Arken Technical (S.C ) 27-0; 2 Owens romm 24-2: 3 CCBC-Oundalk Md 23-2 4 Lackawanna (Pa ) 20-2; 5. St. Lours-flo Valley (Mo I 23-4. 6 Moraine valley li Z5-3; Row State (Okla ) 20-6. 8. nutwood 18- 9 Rhode Island 19-2: 10 Wallace State (Ala ) 20-5, 11 Mott I Mich ) 22-4; 12 Danville Area (11 1 1 7-8: 13 Naugaluck Valley (Conn. 20-2; 14. Beaver County (Pa ) 23-4, 15. Brown Mackie (Kan.) 20-6 IOWA CONFERENCE BiierM Vrsta ., Coe" Uoperfam I utrier Wirftwg Simpson 9 9 William Pem .. ...8 10 Central 7 11 Dubuque r....S 13 lores 4 13 Cornell ... .3 15 21 1 15 7 14 e 12 11 12 10 12 10 9 13 8 14 7 15 7 14 4 18 WOMEN MONDAY IOWA COLLEGE Grand View 87, Bnar did 71 IOWA JUNIOR COLLEGE Iowa Lakes 69. Dakota Wesleyan 65 Waldorf 103. Central JV 66 TOPIS (14) Ouke 69. Wake Forest 38 IOWA CONFERENCE Simpson Wenburg .. miner . Cornell 12 Central 10 Coe a Buena Vfsta 9 Uooer Iowa 7 11 Dubuque 12 lorn - 4 14 Wmam Penn... 2 16 18 4 16 6 16 8 16 6 10 12 11 11 tO 12 10 12 9 13 6 16 3 19 NAIA DtV. N TOP 25 1. St Francis (Ind.) 24-1; 2. Shawnee State lOhro) 23-1: 3 Northwest Nazarene (Idaho) 26-4: 4. iriar OfN 22 5 Holy family (Pa ) 25-3; f . NuHiweUen 14; 7. St Todays Calenmr Basketball COLLEGE MEN 7-05 Drake at Bradley 705 Iowa at Purdue 800 towa State at Kansas COLLEGE WOMEN 600 Kansas it rowj Slate Television 11:30 im., ESPN2 Auto Racing: NASCAR Bused and Craftsman Truck Qualifying, 6 00, ESPN Basketball: Georgia Tech at Maryland 6:30. ESPN2 - NHL' New York Aa no-era at Honda 7O0. KGAN. K1MT. KYTJU. KDSM Basketball: fowa at Purdue 700. Fox Sports Chicago Basketbat. DePaul at Marquette 8:00. KCRS, KMTV, WOI towa State B Kansas 8:00 ESPN - Bastetba Honda Stat) at Oute Radio MlTS lASXTTBAU. 615 towa at Purdue, Hawkeye networti 7.30 Iowa Stale at Kansas, Cyctom network WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 5:30 Kansas at towa Stale, Cyclone network 24-1; 8 Central Methodist (Mo ) 24-6. 9 Bethany (Kan ) 20-4: 10 Uidenwood Mo) 23-5; 11 Albertson Idaho 21-6; 12 Jamestown (N O ) 184; 13 South Dakota lech 15-10; 14 Oho Domrmcan 23-7, 15. MiHIgan (Tenn.) 23-5: 16. Dakota State (S O ) 17-7; 17 Midland Lutheran Neb 19-9; 18. Holy Names (Calif.) 21-9: 19. Cardinal Stritdi wis. 21-S; 20 Peru sate (Neb 20-6; 21 Sterling (Kan.) 21-5: 22. St Thomas Aouinas (NY.) 17-6; 23. Malone (Ohio) 18-6; 24 Western Oregon 10-13; 25. tie, Mary (N.D.) 17-8, Southern Oregon 15-13 BOYS GREATER DES MOINES Dallas Center -Grimes 63. ADM (Adel) 59 (OT) Wn9rset86,Cniston46 STATE West Delaware 76. Lew-Mar (Marion) 46 GIRLS MONDAY GREATER DES MO WES Bonduram-farrar 47. Ogden 37 CLASS 1-4 DISTRICTS, FIRST ROUNO AT ADAIR Walnut 69. Adw-Casey 51 ATAFTON East Union 58. Onent-Macksburg 41 AT ALBURNETT Albumen 82. Central City 34 AT aELLEVUE MARQUETTE BeUevue Marquette 39. Andrew 37 AT BUFFALO CENTER North towa (Buffalo Center) 56. war (Crystal Lake) 38 AT oWJNGTON NOTRE DAME Fort Madison Aquinas 31, Burlington Notre Dame 30 ATBUSSEY Twin Cedars (Bussey) 48 Cardinal (Ekton) 38 AIHWHUAN Paton-Clwrdan 47. East Greene 28 AT CLARKSVILLE fiedericksburg 57, Clarksville 36 AT CUNTON MATER DEI Bennett 43, Cknton Mater Dm 31 AT CORYDON Wayne (Corydon) 80. Seymour 20 ATESSU South Page 53, Essex 51 ATEVERIY Hams-Lake Park 62, Clay Central-Everly 56 (01) AT EX1RA Elk rtarHamoalfton 59. txira 39 AT FENTON Sentral (Fenton) 69. CWl (Corwilh) 49 At GtOHGE George-LitrJe Rock 67. Spalding (Granville) 43 AT SUDDEN Glidden-Ralston 39. Ar-We-Va (Westside) 35 AT GRUNDY CENTER Grundy Center 60. Alden 37 AT uUTHnlt CENTER Guthhe Center 63. Eartham 37 AT HOLSTEIN Garva-Hotstem 51, River Valley (Correction- vnie)4(U!) AT HUBBARD HubbarrJ-RarJcrrtte 81. Northeast Hamilton 33 AT HUU Boyden-HuH 69, Remsen-Omon 44 AT JANtSVILLc Janesvitle 57. Alkson-Brrstow 40 ATKALONA towa Mennnfre (Kalonal 38 Keota 35 AT KEOKUK CARDINAL STRTTCH Keokuk Cardinal Stntch 96. Fox Valley (Mil ton) 25 AT K1NGSLEY Kingsley-Pierson 38. Aurelia 36 AT LANSING Kee (Lansing) 49. North Winneshiek 43 AT LENOX Lenox SeVillisca 41 AT LEON UnevMe-Clio 40, Central Decatur 37 AT MADRID Madrid 56, Van Meter 50 AT MANILLA IKM (Manilla) 77 Charter Oak-Ute 21 AT MAHTENSDALE Martensdale-SL Marys 47 0 M Christian 30 AT MAYNARO West Central (Maynard) 51 . GarnavMo 22 AIMtLCMtR Melctier-Oaltas 58. Russell 35 AT MONDAMM West Harrison 38. Whitmg 21 AT MOULTON Moultpn-Udell61. Moravia 28 AT MURRAY Lamoni 50. Murray 39 AT NEW LONDON Danville 56, New London 47 AT NEW SHARON North Mahaska 47, Tn-County (Thomtwrg) 43 AT NEWELL NeweH-Fonda 63. Pomeroy-Palmer 43 AT NORTH ENGLISH English Valleys (North English) 46, BGM (Brooklyn) 42 AT PRESTON Preston 93, East Central (Miles) 26 AT REMSEN ST. MARY'S Remsen St Maiy's 53 Uwlon-Bronson 46 AT RICEVILLE Ricevitle 55, Nora Spnngs-Rock Falls 34 AT ROCKWELL CITY Rockwell City-Lytton 80, Laurens-Marathon 45 AT ROCKWELL Rockwttt-SwalerJale 66, Mason City Newman 21 AT SAC CITY Sac City 55. Albert City-Truesdale 31 ATSCHALLER Scttailw-Cresnand 65, Stonn Lake St. Mary's 3 AT SHEPF1ELO CAL-Oows 56, SCMT (Sheffield) 36 AT SIDNEY Farragut 60. Sidney 38 ATSPRINGVUI SpnngvMe 49, Lisbon 42 AT STANTON Nishna valley (Hasbngs) 43, Stanton 42 ' AT SULLY LynnvMe-Sully 69, Pleasantville 37 ATTERRN. Lakeland (Tent) 58. Graettmger 32 AT TREYNOR Treynor60, Fremont-Mms (TaborJ 20 AT TRIPOLI TnpoH 75, Greene 43 AT VENTURA Ventura 56. Norttrwood-Kensett 40 AT VICTOR HLV (Victor) 59, 6MG (Garwm) 39 AT WATERLOO WALNUT RIDGE Waterloo Walnut Ridge North Tama 52 ATWAYLANO Waco (Wavtand) 44. Highland IRfverside) 36 AT WEST BENO West Bend-Maltard 54, Twin River Valley (Booe)52 AT WEST POINT farfifM Mahanshi 50. West Point Marquette 44 AT WHEATLAND Catarmis-WheatJand 59, Okn 31 IBA EaatDhrittoa y-Oes Moines.. x-Faroo-Moor x-Saskatchewan Roctiesler West Otrotoa y-Oakota. x-Biack Hills .. x-Maqic City... W I PcL 61 25 11 i1 14 ... 9 27 ... 8 28 W I .694 .600 314 .250 16 222 17 PcL 68 29 6 .829 22 13 .629 7 18 17 .514 11 15 20 .429 14 12 23 343 17 x-Winnipeg. .... x-Biltings y clinched division: a playoff berth Monday a Game Magic City 116. Des Moines 107 Tuesday's Gams None scheduled Today's Gam Fargo at Magic City End Regular season First Round Playoffs (BeH-of-Threel Eastern Conterenca Friday's Game 7:15 0s Moines vs. Billings saumfctv'i Game 705 fargo-ntoornead vs Saskatchewan Sunday's 6ames 2:35 faroo-Moortiead vs. Saskatchewan 6:15 Des Moines vs. Billings Monday s Games 705 Fargo-Moorhead vs. Saskatchewan, B ny 7:15 Des Moines vs. Billings. If necessary Western Conference Saturday's Game 8:30 Dakota vs Winnipeg Sunday 1 Gam 2 05 Black Hills vs. MaoK City Mondsy i Gwm 7 05 OakoG vs Winnipeg Ittntey t GMtt 7-05 ftack Hrtts vs, McHpc City Watttmday's Ganwt 7D6 Dakota vs. Winnipeg, rt necessafy ft HiHs vs. Mgtc City, rt necessary BASEBALL Texas Christian 14. Txas Tech 4 M6TEM Wmots Si 7-2, Minnesota 6-3 (lit game 8 mnmgsj HOCKEY NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE EASTERN CONFERENCE Auto Raqng mew w I hi rp TSTW Newjsrsey - 3b 15 6 4 80 M VI PMadelpriej 29 16 10 1 67 H E N V Rangers 2 25 8 3 59 B Pittsburgh ..... X 26 5 S 60 B M it r isonuers id m d i sa Nortteasl W I T NT Pis Toronto Ottawa . 30 21 6 3 20 9 2 63 23 2S 8 2 56 18 24 15 4 56 I ..0 28 7 3 50 W L T RT Per aytona 500 offers peek at heralded rookie class Florida Washington ., Camera .. Tampa Bay Atlanta ...31 ..27 .24 ..12 ...11 WESTERN CONFERENCE St Louis Detroit .. ltashville Chicapo . ,.,.35 J4 .-.,20 ...u.n m Q Winston Cup veterans J i r nt pis i lmpresseu uy incoinini: NASCAR first-timers. 6 0 76 6 1 75 6 5 51 7 2 47 T NT Pis Colorado .... Edmonton .. Calgary Vancouver . Pacias .......77 '...20 23 -i 17 W 22 8 22 15 28 6 28 10 I T 63 82 56 49 RT Pts Phoenix ......30 20 6 1 Dallas ,.: 31 20 5 2 Los Angeles 26 22 7 3 San Jose .74 29 7 7 Anaheim 24 26 8 1 67 Note Overtime losses count as both a loss and a regulation tn Monday 1 Gams Anaheim 4. Chicago 3 Carolina 5. Toronto 2, , . ; Detrort 3, Phoenix 1 Los Angeles 4, Calgary 3 (OT) Montreal 4, Florida 1 Pittsburgh 3, Vancouver 0 ' Tuesday 's Games N Carolina at Ottawa N Colorado at Wasfnngton N Philadelphia at New Jersey N San Jose at N Y. Islanders N N Y Rangers at Tampa Bay N Atlanta at SI Louis N Edmonton at Nashville Today's Gams -6:30 Boston at Toronto ' 630-ftittaloal Pittsburgh -6:30 Montreal at Atlanta 6:30 N V Rangers at Florida 6:30 Vancouver at Oetrort-7 30 Los Angeles at Chicago 7-30 NaslrvHle at Dallas 9:30 Calgary at Anaheim AICMtaao.NI. Ananemi . .1 1 Chicags 2 1 2-l First Period 1. Chicago. McAmmond 13 (Sullivan), 1:53. 2. Anaheim. Cullen 11 (Miller, Dorutol. M4. 3. Chicago. Amonte 25 (Muonov Dazel. 19 59 iddi ' SecoMj Period 4. Anaheim. Rucchin 11 (Olausson, Selannel. 9:42 (pp). 5, Chicago, Amonte 26. 1056 (sh). nurd pnwd a, Anaheim, MWef 6 (VistinevsW, Donato), 11:31 7, Jvianem. Oonato 8 (Cullen. MiKerL 1 750 6rltea Anaheim. Roussat 6-3-2 (78 shots 25 saves). Chicago, ThrMud 13-20-5 (Ol). UNITED STATES LEAGUE East W t, 81 F GA Pts USAUndef-18 79 11 3 155 115 61 Green Bay ..74 13 4 165 132 52 Waterloo 73 17 3 148 145 49 Rochester 17 21 4 112 128 38 Cedar Rapids. 13 25 2 97 153 28 Dubuque 12 26 3 100 166 27 Thunder Bay 13 30 1 117 194 27 West W I SL 6E BA PN From Register Wire Services Daytona Beach, Fla. They have yet to run a race this season and already the NASCAR Winston Cup rookie class has been anointed one of the sport's best Jeff Gordon calls it "a pretty impressive class." Bobby Labonte says "it's an incredible class of rookies,'' Defending series champ Dale Jarre tt is even more impressed: "I think this is probably the best rookie class that we've ever seen come into Winston Cup." Come Sunday in the Daytona 500, those will be hollow praises. What the veterans say and what they do is different. While they might be impressed with what the rookies have done elsewhere, they aren't awed. They won't be too helpful on the track, especially this week at Daytona International Speedway, where drafting partners are critical to passing. Dale Earnhardt Jr., the two-time defending Grand National champion, knows his past means little to the Cup veterans. All they see is a rookie. "We've been here just a couple of races and we haven't proven our equipment," Earnhardt said. "We haven't proven myself as a driver. We haven't proven ourselves as a in mi hi. n . inn iiii wMpnp.iiiiii,ii J J. i wjp 'i n; -r CHRIS O'MKAKAAssoaATED Press Dale Earnhardt Jr. is one of several rookies trying to qualify . this week for Sunday's Daytona 500 in Daytona, Fla. team." It is the same for the other seven rookies Matt Kenseth, Dave Blaney, Scott Pruett, Stacy Comp-ton, Mike Bliss, Jeff Fuller and Ed Berrier. That's despite their combined two Grand National titles, 22 Grand National victories, nine Truck series wins, two CART victories, a World of Outlaws sprint car championship and three wins in the 24 Hours of Daytona. Unless any has a year similar to Tony Stewart's record-breaking, three-victory campaign last season, all of them will need much of the year to earn that respect The one thing they have to show is consistency," Kyle Petty says of the first-year Cup drivers. "Whether they're consistently good or consistently bad, it doesn't make any difference." Trnckin' at Daytona The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races on Daytona's high banks for the first time on Friday. Previously, the biggest tracks the truck series has competed on were the 2-mile ovals in Brooklyn, Mich., and Fon-tana, Calif. Ron Barfield, who has driven a stock car at Daytona, said, "Bill Elliott told me that your grandma could drive qualifying at Talladega, and this is just a little bit harder than Talladega. It will be a little different when you put all of the trucks out there at the same time." Nike, CART sign deal Nike Inc. has signed a licensing deal to distribute T-shirts, shorts, jackets and other clothing adorned with CART logos. The athletic shoe giant didn't disclose the value of the deal with the open-wheel series. Company officials said the agreement, which isn't exclusive, runs through 2002 and lets Nike sell items that feature the logo of any team or driver in CART racing. Nike said the first clothes bearing CART logos should hit stores by early June, in time for the G.I. Joe's 200 race in Portland. Omaha .... 29 11 3 127 103 61 Lincoln 29 13 1 151 101 59 Des Moines 27 14 2 169 139 56 Snwt Falls ...26 14 3 165 127 55 Twin Cities .....22 15 7 153 134 51 SmwCAV 20 19 4 125 119 44 Fargo-Moorhead 15 26 4 142 170 34 Note Losses, shootout losses erjoal total defeats: a SI is worth one notnt. Too 8 teams with best records, in any division, quality lor peyons. Wednesday's Game 7D5 Waterloo at Green Bay Baseball WRESTLING NCAA 01V. HI TOP 38 FINAL 1. Aoosouro: 2. Wartftwr 3. SUNY- Brockport; 4 Wrsconsin-La Crosse; 5 Pacific (Ore l; 6. Lycomino; 7. Delaware Vahev; 8. mm Vista; 9. Lens; 18. Luther: 11. Upsw 12. Aunustana (III): 13. College ot New Jersey, 14. Spnngtield (Mass.); 15. Montctair St.: 16 Norwich m y. 17. SI John's (Mmn. ; 18 Ml SI Joseph; 19 Lawrence: 20. Ohio Northern; 21. Yors (Pa.); 22. Olivet; 23. Wtsconsrn-Fau Claire: 24. Messiah: 25. Wilkes. 26 Wisconsm-Whnewater; 27. Ithaca; 28 King's (Pa.); 29. Williams; 30. Wisconsm-Platteville. HIGH SCHOOL THURSDAY ANKENY 39, AMES 19 AT AMES 103 Mesander pinned Metmer, 344: 112 wmg omned Brett, 2:14: 11 Young won oy technical tan over Marker, 15-0; 12S Dvorak Deal Muehe. 13-2; 130 Young Am Deal Nunket. 2-1: I3s lucner lAm beat Lonw, 15-2: 140 Winkey (Am) won by technical tan over Bumgnt 19-1: 145 Hanson beat Matson, 6-5: 152 Heitzman (Am) beat Becker. 15-3; 160 Cole (Am) heat Wondenm, 94: 171 Fuchhnan pinned Lar son, 2:59: 189 Leonard beat Kmke(, 7-J; nwt bogie pinned Grove, :55. TENNIS "Helping Us Build Our Business" Brian Buresh I coo Recruiting Resources, Inc. L mn The Des Moines Register has played a key rote in helping our experienced staff face the challenge of entering a competitive market as a new business. The utilization of The Des Moines Register, and its resources, has helped us build name recognition throughout the state as a search firm that focuses on the engineering and sales fields To Get Results, GLL 515-2848141 elje Des Hlotncs Jlcptstcr ASM AMR0 WOULD TOURNAMENT Open ending The length of Mike Hampton's stay with the New York Mets won't be decided until after the season. The ace pitcher said Tuesday he had cut off talks on a contract extension until after the season. The 27-year-old left-hander, sec ond to Arizona's Randy Johnson in National League Cy Young Award voting last season at Houston, is eli gible for free agency after the World Series. Ticket Sales sear Preseason ticket sales for St Louis games have surpassed 2.3 million and could challenge the franchise record of 2.5 million set last year. Sales spiked after Cincinnati s acquisition of Ken Griffey Jr. In the two days following the trade, the Cardinals sold 10,000 tickets to the six games against the Reds. Only standing room remains for the Oct 1 matchup between Mark McGwire and Griffey. Dealing Montreal signed sec ond baseman Wilton Guerrero to a one-year contract Minnesota pitcher Brad Radke rejected the team's offer of a three- year, $21 million contract extension, wanting a $24 million deal instead. Mucus NHL Awards ESPY Awards ESPN, which already named Michael Jordan its athlete of the century, made him the network's athlete of the decade Monday night at the ESPY Awards in Las Vegas. Jordan won both male athlete of the decade and pro basketball player of the decade in the eighth annual show. Tennis player Steffi Graf was named female athlete of the decade. Tiger Woods was selected as golfer of the decade and of the year. He was also named male athlete of the year. The female athlete of the year was Mia Ilaitim, who played on the U.S. women's soccer team that was also selected as team of the year. Mark McGwire won baseball player of the decade, while Evander Bolyfield was fighter of the decade and Jerry Rice was football player of the decade. Iowa native Kurt Warner was the pro football athlete of the year and breakthrough athlete of the year. Mogilny injured Alexander ' Mogilny, who has 15 goals and 13 assists for Vancouver this season, will miss up to two weeks with a separated shoulder. Merit raise Kirk Mulier,' who joined Dallas two months ago, j received a raise on Tuesday for this season and a one-year contract for , next season. - Flyers get Odjick Phiiadel-. phia on Tuesday acquired left wing Gino Odjick from the New York r Islanders for left wing Mikael ; Andersson and a draft pick. -j STANDINGS in Sports Roundup -. Soccer Women's league forms A, group led by Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks said it has , raised $40 million from cable televi-,' sion to start a women's league. .', The league of 8 to 10 teams would ' start play in April 2001. Salaries would average $40,000 for a five- month season. j Major League Soccer said it may submit a rival plan for a league to the U.S. Soccer Federatioa ' AT ROTTERDAM. IKTHERUKDS Flnf ramtfMicotas fcscude. franc, boat David fttnosl Germany, 6-4. 6-1; Fabric Sarrtorrj. francs, beat Kanm Alarm, i Morocco, 7-5. 6-4; Greg Airswrsta (7), Britain beat Karol Kucera, Slovakia, 6-2, 7-6. Fwtp Oewulf, Betgrurn, boat Goran tvarnsanc, uoana. 6-3, z-b, b-4; Jan Memennk. iertaras. beat Tnomas bnovtst ml. Sweden. 6-3. 7-6 7-6r. Sftbasnen Grosfsan. franc, beat Andrei Medvedev, Ukrame. i. 6-3. ST. JU0E MOOOfl JIT MEMPHIS, TENN. Mmi Smotas Fkal nm4 Atrotandw Popp. Germany, beat Tomas BehienrJ. Germany. 6-1, 7-5; Tomas Zib. Czecn Republic, beat Manors Hantschk. Germany. 6-3. 7-6 (2): Anore Sa. Brazil, beat Ronald Agenor, Haiti. 6-4. 6-1; Paradom Sncnapnan. Thailand, beat Cnstiano Carara, Italy, 4-6. 6-3. 6-4; Hare! Lew. Israel, beat James Sekulov, Australia, 6-4, 6-1; Marfc Woodtorde. Australia, beat Julian Alonso, Spam, 6-4, 6-2; Jett SatTenstem, U.S.. beat Frednk Jonsscm. Seden, 6-3. 7-6 (41; DavKte San- gumem. Italy, beat Antony Dupurs. France. 7-6 (S). 6-1; Orlm Stanoytctm. Bulgaria, beat Sebasnen lamau, Canada. 7-6 (10). j-b. is (5), HKbey Henetnrg, U S. beat Pam GokKtetn, Ui, tl-4, b-z. f ABEH 6HAN0 PRIX AT HANNOVER, GERMANY Wmim'i Slwriu Ftnt nmnt Anne-GaeWB Stctot Franc, beat AmeMe Cocrteiegx. franct, fr2, 6-1 Sonya Jevaseelan. Canada, beat 6ata Leon Garcia, Spain, 6-0, 6-1; Domsa Cnladkova, C2ecn Repubw:. beat Arnanda Hopmans, Imheriands. 6-4, 3, 6-3; Ttna Ptsntk. Stovema. beat Sfva fanna. ttafv. 7-6 141, 6-3; Mrnam Oremarts, Hetlwrunos, beat Inna Sotrtoa, Romania, El Report Rookie LeadersStandings POINTSREBOUNDS J ELTON BRAND Chicago 18.2 points, 9.7 rebs. per garml ASSISTS STEVE FRANCIS Houston 7.0 assists per gams THREE-POINT FG PCT. Um.mrw. i JAMES P0SEV Denver 37 ot 102, .363 EASTERN CONFERENCE WESTERN CONFERENCE ESPY AWARDS AT LAS VESAS. NEVADA Dttada Anna (1M0x Auto Racing Dale Earnhardt OasebaK Mark McGwire Pro Basketball Micnael Jordan tioimg Evtnder MoMwirJ Pro football jerry Kice bon iiqer woods HoeMY Mano LAmwui US. Male Orympan Micnael Johnson US. hmm OrympBB Bonnie Baa? Terms Pew Sampras Coach Manager pm jacuotH-Otteoe Team lti HorxM St ooroanTermessee womaal basketball Pro Team ctrcago Buns female Mmm-tm Oral Male Atrneta Mtcnari Jordan PwtanMra H Nn Yawp HI) Alternative Athlete Tony Hawk, skateboarder Atrto facmg Oak! Jarrett Baseball reoro Marrmez Men s cowge Basketball Ellon Brand: Women's College Basketbal Chamiom Hrtdsdaw: Men's Pro Basketball Tm Duncan: Women's Pro Basfcetba Cynttna Cooper: Bowftog Parker Bohn HI; Boimg Roy jones. jr ; wwege rootoai Micnael vie, pro Footbaa Kurt Warner: Men's Go Tiger Woods. Women's Goft jmi int-ster. Hockey Oomn Mase; Jockey Chns Anfley; Soccer Mia Hamm Men's Terms Andre Agassi Women's Terms imdsav Davenport: Men s Track A held Michael Johnson: Women's Track A Field Manon Jones. Memorable Performance Justin Leonard s Ryder Cup putt Breakthrough Atntew nun Warner, uwwtack Arhlele lance Armsrrono CoacrtVanager Joe Torre, tram ot me year U S Women's world Ujo soccer team: Female Alhlele ol year Me Hamm Male Atwele ol Vear Trger Woods. Arthur Ashe Award for Courage Oave Sanders. CoWmbme Htgn School coach and ttacher ATLANTIC W t rXT 01 WIDWtST W I PCT 68 MIAMI 30 17 .638 SAN ANTONIO 32 17 .653 NEW YORK ?9 IB .617 1 UTAH 29 18 .617 2 PHILADtLPHIA 27 22 .551 4 MINNESOTA 27 20 .574 4 ORLANDO 24 26 460 7Y, DENVER 21 27 .438 1QV BOSTON 21 28 .429 10 DALLAS 20 28 .417 11Vi NEW JERSEY 19 30 .388 12 HOUSTON 20 30 .400 12V WASHINGTON 15 34 .306 16 VANCOUVER 14 34 .292 17VE CENTRAL W I PCT 68 PACIFIC W I PCT 68 INDIANA 32 16 .667 PORTLAND 38 11 .776 CHARLOTTE 27 20 .574 4v LA LAKERS 37 11 .771 Vi TORONTO 26 21 .553 5 SACRAMENTO 30 18 625 7V DETROIT 25 23 .521 7 SEATTLE 31 20 .608 8 MILWAUKEE 26 24 320 7 PHOENIX 29 19 604 8 ATLANTA 19 28 .404 12 GOLDEN STATE 12 35 255 25 CLEVELAND 19 30 .388 13v LA CLIPPERS 11 38 .224 27 CHICAGO 10 37 .213 21V4 CAMPS SOCCER AT LAMONI Jam 11- flow and girts aqed 11 through 18 on the Graceand Coileqe campus m Umom Costrsfcfia Adrecount ol $ regislered by May IS A learn discount of $?0 is ottered when tour or more members at me same team register. Call 51b 784 414 or contact by t-mail at aoainFgracelanfl eau. TUESDAY'S 6AMES N - - New Yor at Toronto N Charlotte at PMarjelphia N New Jersey at Atlanta N LA Clippers vs. Miami N San Antonio at Cleveland N L A Lakers at Chicago N Denver at Minnesota N Milwaukee at Dallas N Detroit at Houston N Boston at Utah N Washington at Seattle N Portland at Golden State N Phoenix at Sacramento TODAY'S GAMES 6 00 Toronto at Indiana 6 30 LA Clippers at Orlando 6 30 Minnesota at New York 6 30 LA Lakers at Charlotte Golden State at Portland 9O0 Washington at Vancouver THURSDAY'S GAMES 6 30 Denver at Cleveland 700 Indiana at Milwaukee 7 30 Mian at Chicago 7 30 Detroit at Dallas 8O0 Sacramento at Utah. 9 p m Notes Honest maid gets $1,000 from coach From Rr.nisTrR Wirt. Sfrvkt.s A South Texas hotel housekeeper who'd been robbed last year did something nice for Toronto Coach Butch Carter and came away $1,000 richer for her kindness. After the Raptors' 112-95 loss to San Antonio earlier this month, Carter left behind a money clip loaded with $5,000 cash in his hotel room. When a 61-year-old housekeeper at the hotel, Tomasa Luna, found the clip and promptly turned it over to her supervisor, Carter decided to give ine woman a 1 ,000 reward. "I thought she deserved it," said Carter, who called Plaza San Antonio about the missing money a few days after checking out Luna wasn't available for comment Monday, but Kebecca Andrade, who supervxsi-s the hotel's nearly two dozen housekeepers, said Luna had been robbed of almost everything she owned last year. NBA ratings The television rating for the NBA AlkSlar Game was the lowest ever. NBC's coverage Sunday night got a 6.9 rating and 12 share, Nielsen Media Research said Tuesday. That was down .TTi percent from the List All Star Game, two years ago. 7

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