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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2004 - 7 Giants Continued from Page 6 spring with three ground outs to the mound and a strikeout.... Brett Tomko efficiently retired nine of the 10 hitters he faced in his Giants debut, giving up only a homer to the Cubs' Corey Patterson in a 6-6 tie at Scottsdale. As for wearing a new uniform? "All I know is it was black and it was getting hot out there," Tomko said. ... Cody Ransom started at shortstop and hit a solo homer. Ransom, who is out of minor- Digest Continued from Page 6 Registration forms are available at the City of Ukiah. Ukiah Women's Athletic Association meeting The Ukiah Women's Athletic Association will be holding a women's slow-pitch softball meeting for the 2004 season at Wright Stuff Pizza on Wednesday, March 17, at league options, is trying to pin down the final utility spot. ... Robert Stratton, a nine-year minor leaguer known for his prodigious power as well as his strikeout totals, wowed the crowd with a tape-measure blast. The home run, estimated at 440 feet, hit the party tent well beyond the left field wall. ... Infielder Francisco Santos hit a bloop single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to tie the game and Daniel Ortmeier struck out to end it. The overflow crowd of 11,385 booed when it was announced the game would not continue due to a lack of Cubs pitchers. Sharks Continued from Page 6 after the first period, I thought we played a pretty solid game." DiMaio stretched the lead to 3-0 midway in the second period, converting a pass from Jere Lehtinen on a two-on-one. The Sharks were upset over a third-period play resulting in a minor knee injury to defense- man Tom Preissing. He was racing Dallas' Brenden Morrow in an effort to touch the puck behind San Jose's net 2004 CIF STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAM SCORES (TOP 10): 1. Bakersfleld 170.5, 2. Clovls 93.5, 3. Poway 82.5, 4. Calvary Chapel/SA 79, 5. Turlock 73, 6. Hughson 69, 7. Clovls West 63, 8. Temecula Valley 62, 9. La Costa Canyon 54,10. Northvlew INDIVIDUAL PLACERS: 103 pounds—1. Joe Cisneros (9), Bakersfleld, 2. Justin Paulson (10), Calvary Chapel/SA, 3. Caleb Flpres (10), Northview, 4. Filip Novachkov (10), Framont, 5. Juan Archuleta (10), Sultana, 6. Keith Juengst (10), Valhalla, 7. David Navarette (12), Temecula Valley, 8. Joey Fieo (9), Ponderosa. 112—1. Brian Moreno (11), Foothill, 2. Cory Borges (11), Hughson, 3. Brett Land (10), Bakersfield, 4. John Gurich (12), Gilroy, 5. Curtis Schurkamp (12), Escalon, 6. Brandon Zoetewey (11), De La Salle, 7. Jimmy Savala (10), Clovis, 8. Andre Phillips (11), Elk Grove. 119—1. Mlcah Ferguson (11), Del Oro, 2.T.J. Dillishaw (12), Bret Harte, 3. Billy Exline (12), Turlock, 4. Sabi Masuta (12), Madera, 5. Rudy Ramirez (12), De La Salle, 6. Bryan Osuna (11), Calvary Chapel/SA, 7. Elijah Nacita (10), Bakersfield, 8. Kyle Bank (12), Dana Hills. 125—1. Steven Juarez (12), Hanford, 2. Kyle Lopez (12), Norte Vista, 3. Billy Murphy (10), Hughson, 4. Teddy Astorga (12), Perris, 5. Marcos Orozco (12), Vacaville, 6. Dustin Rocha (11), Lemoore, 7. Joaquin Carlos (12), Mitty, 8. Anthony Torres (11), Exeter. 130—1. Nathan Morgan (12), Bakersfield, 2. Jason Williams (12), Clovis, 3. Aaron Mendenhall (12), Hughson, 4. Tony Fracchia (12), Vacaville, 5. Jon Glavin (12), Woodcreek, 6. David Christian (11), San Ramon, 7. Ryan Vidaurri (12), Fallbrook, 8. Jonathan Honny (11), James Logan. 135-M. Lewis Gonzalez (11), Turlock, 2. Patrick 6:30 p.m. All women interested in playing softball are welcome to attend. Sports Attic basketball tourney The 17th annual Sports Attic Basketball Tournament is scheduled for March 19-21 at the Ukiah High School gym. All teams are assured two games and the entry fee is $175. Proceeds benefit the Ukiah High School basketball program. To register, send a check Aleksanyan (12), Calvary Chapel/SA, 3. Jeff Cox (12), OaKdale, 4. Jesus Sllvar (12), Santiago/Cor, 5. Eric Brooks (11), Shasta, 6. Jimmy Klrkemo (12), M.L King, 7. Kipp Bowman (11), Temecula Valley, 8. Elwin Warsh (11), Poway. 140—I.Troy Tlrapelle (12), Clovls, 2. David Juaregui (12), Calvary Chapel/SA, 3. Spencer Swarts (12), Poway, 4. Dominic Del Luca (11), Ayala, 5. Benny Garcia (12), Manteca, 6. Octavio Lucatero (12), San Benlto, 7. Nathan Bingham (12), Antioch, 8. Adam Doupe (12), Elk Grove. 145—1. Alex Hen-era (12), Bakersfleld, 2. Chris Martinez (12), Clovis West, 3. Jordan Danz (11), Ponderosa, 4. David Acosta (12), North Torrance. 5. Coby Fielding (12), Buchanan, 6. Gabriel Trujillo (12), Greenfield, 7. Jon Clark (12), De La Salle, 8. Ricky Torculas (12), NMC. 152—1. Ryan Williams (12), La Costa Canyon, 2. Bobby Pease (12), Los Gatos, 3. Sam McGeorge (12), Northvlew, 4. Glenn Rhees (12), Atascadero, 5. Mike O'Hara (12), Redlands East Valley. 6. Jerry Doud (2), Natomas, 7. Austin Cronan (11), for $175 along with a team roster to the Sports Attic (108 W. Standley Street, Ukiah, Calif., 95482) by March 11. Call Rick (463-1706) at the Sports Attic for more information. City Men's Softball League The City of Ukiah Community Service Department's 2004 men's softball league season will begin soon. An informational meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on March 18 at The Pub in for an icing call. Preissing slid skate-first into the end boards, and the Sharks claimed Morrow used his stick to knock Preissing off-balance. "I think it's a cheap play to try and put your stick through the guy's feet," Thornton said. "I think it's dangerous whenever you're taking guys off- balance in that situation." No penalty was called. Three fights ensued, including one with Morrow initiated by Mark Smith seconds after Preissing's fall. Morrow said there was no intent to injure. "I don't think I got him," Ukiah. League play is scheduled to begin May 3. Team fees are $450 for the sponsor fee and $25 per player (checks payable to the City of Ukiah). Registration forms are available at the Ukiah Civic Center. The priority registration deadline for returning team sponsors is March 26 and the general deadline is April 16. Player fees will be collected from team managers at the first game. Register early, as space is limited. For additional information, call 4636713. Morrow said. "I think I may have gotten his stick. It looked to me like he just lost an edge." Preissing was holding an icebag on his left knee after the game, but said the injury was not serious. The Sharks were still reeling from Friday night's injury to their second-leading scorer, Marco Sturm, on a similar play against Colorado. Sturm slid skate-first into the end boards, resulting in a season-ending ankle injury. San Jose coach Ron Wilson said the two plays could be a message to the league to adopt no-touch icing. PAL Karate The Sheriffs Youth Karate Program (PAL) at the Redwood Health Club is holding classes on Tuesday nights through March, starting at 5 p.m. for ages 4 through 6,5:30 p.m. for ages 7 through 12 and at 7 p.m. for teens and adults. No RHC membership is required for participation. PAL fetches a yearly $5 insurance and administrative fee per student. Deputy Mike Tobin is the class instructor. The Redwood Health Club is located at 3101 S. State Street in Ukiah. Call 468- "If there's anything positive, it's that the higher-ups in the league will understand that automatic icing ... you'd have a unanimous vote from the coaches and players." Wilson said. Notes: The Stars had four 13-game home unbeaten stretches in (heir history, three when the franchise was in Minnesota. ... Sharks C Brad Boyes made his NHL debut. Boyes was called up from Cleveland of the AHL to replace Sturm, who was placed on injured reserve on Saturday. 0441 for more information. Ukiah Dolphins The Ukiah Dolphins Swim Team offers year-round training and competition for all pool-safe swimmers under the age of 18. For more information, contact Coach Lee Panttaja at 462-3707. •To plate an annotimrmetit in the "Cortnniinin Spin u Difte.it." toiiiiHt Tin- Uiiah Daily Join mil Spot r.t Department hv phone at 4f>8-.t5IN. You nun- til so mint win listing l<> JW S. School Stic 954N2. e-mail it to mljspitrtsQ p at4f>K-3544. Hntnae tlic "Co is a FREE senice, no ,if naiantecs ta frequency of n listing's appearam Journal. To assure your event nn plrasf contact either our classified f4f>X-35J5) or tin- play advertising (468-3510) departments • Sports DifirM" he made on tin 1 in The l)ail\ SCOREBOARD (12), Laguna Creek, 4. Tyler Bernacchl (12), Clovls East, 5. Bobby Green (12), A.B. Miller, 6. Dustin Noack (12), Clovis West, 7. Kyle Dubbs (11), Vacaville, 8. Evan Barbre (12), Vista. 171—1. Jake Varner (11), Bakersfield, 2. Michael Drake (11), Elk Grove, 3. Marcus Garcia (12), Tulare, 4. Ryan Nejal (12), Scripps Ranch, 5. Jimmy Stormo (11), San Jacinto, 6. Kyle McGraw (12), Monte Vista, 7. Bryan leva (12), Madera, 8. Jake Baldwin (12), Foothill. 189—1. Mike Hurst (11), Grace Davis, 2. Jeff May (12), La Costa Canyon, 3. Mitch Monteiro (10), Paso Robles, 4. Arman Kucukkoseoglu (11), Ayala, S.James Smith (12), Mlramonte, 6. Robbie Basinger (12), West Valley, 7. Will Schneider (12), Clovis West, 8. Jaymeson Davis (12), Rancho 'Buena Vista. 215—1. Brandon Halsey (12), Rancho Buena Vista, 2. Colton Nichols (11), Poway, 3. Erik Nys (11), Red Bluff, 4. Lonny Garbrlck (12), Woodcreek, 5. Josh Marquez (12), Bakersfleld, 6. Jon Woody (12), Yuba City, 7. Rdbby Smith (11), San Ramon, 8. Kody Nielsen (12), Ventura. 275—1. Wade Sauer (12), Nevada Union, 2. Alex Mack (12), San Marcos, 3. Marcus Moore (12), Hogan, 4. Nathaniel Skaggs (12), Rancho Bernardo, 5. Gaberial Moore (11), Granite Hills, 6. Ernie Shaw [12), Palo Verde, 7. Nick Ketelsleger (12), Ayala, 8. Corey Bell (12), Modoc. Sunday 1. Stanford (26-1) did not play. Next: vs. Washington State, Thursday. 2. Saint Joseph's (27-0) did not play. Next: vs. Xavier or St. Bonaventure, Thursday. 3. Duke (25-4) did not play. Next: ACC quarterfinals, Friday. 4. Gonzaga (25-2) vs. Santa Clara. Next: vs. Pepperdine or St. Mary's, Calif., Monday. 5. Mississippi State (25-2) did not play. Next: vs. Vanderbllt or Mississippi, Friday. 14. North Carolina (18-9) did not play. Next: ACC quarterfinals, Friday. 15. Southern Illinois (25-4) lost to Southwest Missouri State 80-74. Next:TBA. 16. North Carolina State (19-8) did not play. Next: ACC quarterfinals, Friday. 17. Wisconsin J21-6) did not play. Next: Big 10 quarterfinals, Friday. 18. Illinois (22-5) beat Ohio State 64-63. Next: Big 10 quarterfinals, Friday. 19. Georgia Tech (22-8) did not play. Next: ACC quarterfinals, Friday. 20. Memphis (21 -6} did not play. Next: vs. Saint Louis or Southern Mississippi, Thursday. 21. Kansas (20-7) beat Missouri 84-82. Next: Big 12 quarterfinals, Friday. 22. Arizona (19-8) beat Arizona State 106-81. Next: vs. Southern California, Thursday. 23. Utah State (25-2) did not play. Next: Big West semifinals, Friday. 24. Syracuse (21-6) beat No. 7 Connecticut 6756. Next: Big East quarterfinals, Thursday. 25. Louisville (19-8) did not play. Next: vs. East Carolina, Wednesday. Milwaukee New Orleans Cleveland Toronto Atlanta Chicago 33 33 27 27 20 18 29 30 36 36 42 44 .532 13 .52413 1/2 .42919 1/2 .42919 1/2 .323 26 .290 28 WESTERN CONFERENCE 6. Pittsburgh (27-3) did not play. Next: Big East quarterfinals, Thursday. 7. Connecticut (24-6) lost to No. 24 Syracuse 6756. Next: Big East quarterfinals, Thursday. 8. Oklahoma State (24-3) did not play. Next: Big 12 quarterfinals, Friday. 9. Kentucky (23-4) beat Florida 82-62. Next: vs. Auburn or Georgia, Friday. 10. Texas (21 -6) did not play. Next: Big 12 quarterfinals, Friday. 11. Wake Forest (19-8) did not play. Next: ACC quarterfinals, Friday. 12. Providence (20-7) did not play. Next: Big East quarterfinals, Thursday. 13. Cincinnati (21-6) did not play. Next: vs. No. 25 Louisville or East Carolina, Thursday. EASTERN CONFERENCE 'Atlantic Division Midwest Division Minnesota San Antonio Dallas Memphis Houston Denver Utah Pacific Division Sacramento L.A. Lakers Portland Seattle Golden State L.A. Clippers Phoenix W •14 42 39 38 36 33 31 W 46 41 30 27 25 25 21 L 19 21 23 24 26 30 32 L 16 21 32 35 35 36 42 Pet GB .698 — .667 2 .629 4 1/2 .613 5 1/2 .581 7 1/2 .524 11 .492 13 Pet GB .742 — .661 5 .484 16 .435 19 .417 20 .41020 1/2 .33325 1/2 Detroit at Seattle, late Memphis at Golden State, late Portland at L.A. Clippers, late Indiana at Denver, late Monday's Games Milwaukee at Philadelphia, 4 p.m. Cleveland at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. Phoenix at Dallas, 5:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Utah, 6 p.m. Tuesday's Games Denver at Washington, 4 p.m. Toronto at Indiana, 4 p.m. Orlando at Miami, 4:30 p.m. Boston at New York, 4:30 p.m. San Antonio at Memphis, 5 p.m. Philadelphia at Chicago, 5:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Houston, 5:30 p.m. Minnesota at Seattle, 7 p.m. Golden State at Sacramento, 7 p.m. New Jersey New York Boston Miami Philadelphia Washington Orlando Central Division Indiana Detroit W 38 29 28 27 25 20 18 L Pet GB 24 .613 — 35 .453 10 36 .438 11 36 .42911 1/2 38 .39713 1/2 41 .32817 1/2 47 .27721 1/2 W L Pet GB 46 16 .742 — 40 25 .615 7 1/2 Saturday's Games Miami 102, Sacramento 96 Memphis 98, L.A. Clippers 92 Philadelphia 97, Chicago 88 Cleveland 106, Milwaukee 97 Detroit 97, Denver 66 San Antonio 107, Phoenix 86 Portland 91, Utah 70 Sunday's Games Houston 101, Dallas 98 Toronto 84, New Orleans 76 New York 99, Washington 86 LA. Lakers 94, New Jersey 88 Sacramento 107, Orlando 90 Boston 80, Minnesota 77 ATTENTION COACHES! our game results! Phone (707) 468-3518 or make submissions to: The Ukiah Daily Journal Sports Department, 590 S. School Street; Ukiah, CA 95482, Fax (707) 468-3544, E-mail udjsports@paciflc.net. WE LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! The Ukiah Daily Journal is YOUR local newspaper! That said, we at the Journal love to hear from you regarding anything and everything that is of interest to you. Whether you want to acknowledge a job well done or air a grievance, the Letters to the Editor section is the place for you I Simply drop your letter off at: 590 S. School St., Ukiah, send your letter to: Letters to the Editor, P.O. Box 749, Ukiah, CA 95482, Fax to: 468-3544 are-mail to: udj@pacific.net It's that easy! The Ukiah Letter Policy The Daily Journal welcomes letters to the editor. Only letters that include a legible signature, return address and phone number will be considered. Shorter, concise letters will be given preference and names will not be withheld for any reason. All letters are subject to editing. URNAL

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