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Page 16 SCOREBOARD Saturday, February 22, 2003 SCHEDULE TRANSACTIONS NHL NBA SATURDAY BASKETBALL SCHOLASTIC BOYS District E Class AA playoffs At Hollidaysburg Junior High School Blairsville vs. Mount Union, 2:30 p.m. At Central Cambria High Schnnl Ligonier Valley vs. Cambria Heights, 4 p.m. District 6 Class A playoffs At Purchase Line High School Harmony vs. Conamaugh Valley, 1 p.m. Penns Manor vs. Bishop Carroll, 2:30 p.m. At Central Cambria Line High School Saltsburg vs. Williamsburg, 2:30 p.m. At Hollidaysburg Junior High School Homer-Center vs. Juniata Valley, 1 p.m. COLLEGIATE MEN IUP at Slippery Rock. 8p.m. Fairleigh Dickinson at St. Francis. 7 p.m. Rutgers at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. COLLEGIATE WOMEN IUP at Slippery Rock, 6 p.m. Boston College at Pittsburgh, noon Fairleigh Dickinson at St. Francis, 3 p.m. HOCKEY COLLEGIATE College Hockey East Championships At Board man, Ohio Semifinals Slippery Rock vs. TBD, noon Pitt Johnstown vs. TBD, 2:30 p.m. SWIMMING SCHOLASTIC BOYS AND GIRLS WPIAL Finals at University of Pittsburgh with Indiana, Derry SWIMMING AND DIVING COLLEGIATE MEN AND WOMEN PSAC Championships At West Chester With IUP WRESTLING SCHOLASTIC WPIAL Class AAA Sectional Championships at Penn-Trafford High School with Indiana competitors WPIAL Class AA Championships at Trinity High School with Derry, Elrjerton competitors District 6 Class AA Championships at Tyrone High School with Blairsville, Ligonier Valley, Marion Center, United competitors. District 9 Class AAA Championships at Clarion University with Punxsutawney competitors. SUNDAY BASKETBALL COLLEGIATE MEN Duquesne at Massachusetts, 2 p.m. COLLEGIATE WOMEN Xavier at Duquesne, 2 p.m. SPORTS ON AIR SATURDAYBASKETBALL Moor — Collegiate men: Purdue at Ohio State, WTAJ-TV10 Noon — Collsgiate men: Miami (Ohio) at Buffalo, FSP Noon — Collegiate men: Georgetown at Miami, ESPN Noon — Collegiate men: Fresno State at Creighton, ESPN2 1 p.m. — Scholastic boys: Homer-Center vs. Juniata Valley, WCCS-AM 1160 2 p.m. — Collegiate men: SI. John's at Connecticut, KDKA-TV 2 (Joined in progress on WTAJ-TV 10 at approximately 2:15 p.m.) 2 p.m. — Collegiate men: Xavier at Dayton, ESPN 2:30 p.m. — Scholastic boys: Blairsville vs. Mount Union, WCCS-AM 1160 2:30 p.m. — Scholastic boys: Saltsburg vs. Wiiliamsburg, WLCY-FM 106.3 3 p.m. — Collegiate men: Wisconsin- Milwaukee at Southern Illinois, ESPN2 4 p.m. — Collegiate women: Fairleigh Dickinson at St. Francis, WLYE-AM 850, WBZV-AM 1400 4 p.m. — Collegiate men: North Carolina State at Duke. KDKA-TV 2, WTAJ-W 10 4 p.m—Collegiate men: Wisconsin at Iowa, ESPN 5 p.m. — Colleigiate men: Bowling Green at Illinois-Chicago. ESPN2 5:30 p.m. — Collegiate men: Stanford at UCLA, FSP 6 p.m. — Collegiate women: IUP at Slippery Rock, WCCS-AM 1160 7 p.m. — Collegiate men: Rutgers at Pittsburgh, FSP, WDAD-AM 1450 7 p.m. — Collegiate men: Fairleigh Dickinson at St. Francis, WBZV-AM 1400 7 p.m. — Collegiate men: Memphis al South Florida, ESPN 8 p.m. — Collegiate men: IUP at Slippery Rock, WCCS-AM 1160 8 p.m. — NBA: Bulls at Heat, WGN 9 p.m. — Collegiate men: Penn State at Minnesota, FSP 9 p.m. — Collegiate men: Missiouri at Colorado, ESPN 9:30 p.m. — Collegiate men: Hawaii at Kent State, ESPN2 Midnight — Collegiate men: Tulsa at Gonzaga, ESPN BOXING 10 p.m. — Heavyweights, Tyson vs. Etienne, Showtime FIGURE SKATING 1 p.m. — Four Continents Championship. WTAE-TV 4, WATM-TV 23 GOLF 9 a.m. — PGA Europe: Malaysian Open, third-round coverage, GLF 3 p.m. — PGA: Nissan Open, third-round coverage, USA 3 p.m. — Canadian: Canadian Tour Challenge, third-round coverage, WTAE-TV 4, WATM-TV 23 1 6 p.m. — Champions: Verizon Classic, second-round coverage, CNBC ', HOCKEY , 3 p.m. — NHL: Blues al Penguins, FSP, WLCY-FM 106.3 ' 7:30 p.m. — ECHL: Toledo at Chiefs, WLYE- AM 850 MOTOR SPORTS 1 p.m. — NASCAR Busch Grand National: Rockingham 200, FX, WDAD-AM 1450 3 p.m. — NASCAR Winston Cup: final practice for Rockingham 400. FX • 11:30 p.m. — NHRA: Qualifying for Checker Shuck's Kragen Nationals, ESPN2 ] RODEO i 4 p.m. — PBR: Coverage from Anaheim, Calif.,WJAC-TV6, WPXI-TV11 SKIING 2 p.m. — Freestyle World Championship, WPXI-TV11 WRESTLING 11 a.m. — Scholastic, District 9 Class AAA and AA championships, WPXZ-FM 104.1 YACHTING 7 p.m. — America's Cup, race 6, ESPN2 BASEBALL EXHIBITION PIRATES SCHEDULE Tliursday, Feb. 27 Philadelphia vs. Pittsburgh al Bradenton, Fla.,1:05 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28 Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland (ss) at' Winter Haven, Fla., 1:00 p.m FRIDAY'S MOVES AUTO RACING NASCAR—Fined Peter Sospenzo, crew chief for Joe Nemechek, 52,000 lor using illegal springs. Fined Dennis Connor, crew chief for Jack Sprague, S1.000 lor using external probe heaters. Fined James Ince, crew chief for Johnny Benson, S500 for illegal underpans. Fined Chris Carrier, crew chief lor Mike Skinner: Mike Beam, crew chief for Jeff Green: and Tony Gibson, crew chief for Steve Park, $500 lor illegal fuel lilteis. Fined Raymond Fox, crew chiel lor Elliott Sadler, S250 lor using illegal lender braces. BASEBALL American League KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Agreed to terms with RHP Shawn Sedlacek, RHP Wes Obermiieller, OF Alexis Gomez, C Ronny Paulino, SS Alejandro Machado, RHP Kyle Snyder and RHP Ian Ferguson on one-year contracts. MINNESOTA TWINS—Agreed to terms with C Rob Bo'.ven, RHP Jon Pridie, LHP Brent Hoard, RHP Willie Eyre, INF Jose Morban, 18 Justin Morneau, 1B Todd Sears, OF Lew Ford and OF Mike Ryan on one-year contracts. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Agreed to terms with OF Ron Gant on a minor league contract. National League MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Agreed lo terms v/ith LHP Shane Nance and RHP Matt Childers on one-year contracts. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association ATLANTA HAWKS—Signed G Jermaine Jackson for the remainder of Ihe season and G-F Brandon Williams to a 10-day contract. BOSTON CELTICS—Waived F Ruben Wolkowyski. NEW YORK KNICKS—Placed G Charlie Ward on the injured list. Activated G Frank Williams from the injured list. PHOENIX SUNS—Activated F Tom Gugliotta from the injured list. National Basketball Development League HUNTSVILLE FLIGHT—Signed G Curtis Staples and C Ike Nwankwo. Waived C Giannis Giannoulis. NORTH CHARLESTON LOWGATORS— Signed G Corey Benjamin. Waived G Norm Richardson. Women's National Basketball Association SEATTLE STORM—Named Jessie Kenlaw and Jenny Boucek assistant coaches. FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS—Released CB Ashley Ambrose, WR Shawn Jefferson and DT Shane Dronett. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Released WR Donald Hayes. NEW YORK JETS—Named Mike Canales wide receivers coach and Pep Hamilton offensive assistant. Canadian Football League MONTREAL ALOUETTES—Signed OL Paul Lambert to a three-year contract. OTTAWA RENEGADES—Re-signed OT Seth Dittman to a two-year contract. WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS—Signed RB Rayshawn Askew and RB Joe Gunn Jr. HOCKEY National Hockey League ATLANTA THRASHERS—Assigned F Ben Simon to Chicago of AHL. BOSTON BRUINS—Recalled S Shaone Morrisonn from Providence of the AHL. COLORADO AVALANCHE—Recalled LW Brad Larsen from Hershey of the AHL. FLORIDA PANTHERS—Recalled LW Eric Beaudoin from San Antonio of the AHL. LOS ANGELES KINGS—Assigned LW Kip Brennan to Manchester of the AHL. MONTREAL CANADIENS—Assigned D Francis Bouillon to Hamilton of the AHL. NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Reassigned G Rick DiPietro and RW Eric Godard to Bridgeport of the AHL. Recalled G Stephen Valiquette from Bridgeport. NASHVILLE PREDATORS—Activated F Domenic Pittis from injured reserve and reassigned him to Milwaukee of the AHL. PHOENIX COYOTES—Reassigned 0 Drake Berehowsky and G Jean-Marc Pelletier to Springfield of the AHL. ST. LOUIS BLUES—Recalled D Christian Backman from Worcester of the AHL. TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING—Activated D Stan Neckar from injured reserve. Assigned RW Sheldon Keefe to Springfield of the AHL. LACROSSE Major League Lacrosse NEW JERSEY PRIDE—Acquired MF Greg Traynor, MF Joe Ghedina, the rights to D Todd Rassas and a 2003 lirst round college draft pick from Long Island for MF Jay Jalbert and A Chris Massey. National Lacrosse League NLL—Suspended Buffalo F Kerry Susfieski for one game and fined him an undisclosed sum for his role in a light during a game vs. New York on Feb. 16. Suspended Columbus D Tyler Francey for one game and fined him an undisclosed sum for his role in a fight during a game vs. Rochester on Feb. 15. Fined Calgary D Scott Forbes an undisclosed sum for delivering an illegal body check in a game vs. Vancouver on Feb. 2. NEW JERSEY STORM—Traded D Doug Nogonash to the Ottawa Rebel for a 2003 entry draft eighth round pick. SOCCER Major League Soccer METROSTARS—Named Nicolrno Di Benedetto manager of public relations and business operations. COLLEGE DUQUESNE—Named Mark Jackson assistant baseball coach. FLORIDA—Named Mike Locksley running backs coach and recruiting coordinator, Larry Fedora outside wide receivers coach, Dwayne Dixon inside receivers-light ends coach and assistant head coach, Joe Wickline running game coordinator and defensive backs coach Mike Woodford will also coach special teams. ON THIS DATE FEB.22 1969 — Barbara Jo Rubin becomes the first female jockey to win a race at an American thoroughbred track when she rides Cohesian to a neck victory over Reely fleeg in the ninth race at Charles Town in West Virginia. 1980 — The U.S. Olympic hockey team stuns the Soviet Union with a 4-3 victory in the medal round of the Winter Games in Lake Placid, N,Y. Captain Mike Eruzione scores the game-winning goal midway through the final period. 1981 — Rookies Peter and Anton Stastny each score eight points as the Quebec Nordiques beat the Washington Capitals 11-7. Peter scores four goals and four assists, and Anlon has three goals and five assists. 1988 — Mersey Hawkins scores 63 points as Bradley beats Detroit 122-107. Archie Tullos scores 49 points for the Titans. 1988 — Bonnie Blair wins the second U.S. gold medal at the Winter Olympics in world- record time, beating Chrisla Rolhenburger of Easl Germany by 02 seconds in Ihe 500-meler speed skating. 1990 — Lionel Simmons scores 27 point; to move into fourth place of Ihe NCAA Division I scoring list at 3,024 and becomes only Ihe fifth player lo score 3.000 poinls as Ihe Explorers beal Manhattan 100-60. EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T OLPIs GF GA New Jersey 36 16 4 4 80 156 120 Philadelphia 31 1611 2 75 141 125 N.Y. Islanders 29 23 6 2 66 165 163 N.Y. Rangers 25 30 7 2 59 167 193 Piftsburgh 24 27 4 5 57 155 175 Northeast Division W L T OLPtS GF GA Ottawa 38 16 7 1 84 199 138 Toronto 34 21 4 1 73 175 145 Boston 28 24 6 2 64 174 166 Montreal 24 24 7 7 62 158 177 Buffalo 17 30 7 5 46 128 161 Southeast Division W L T OLPts GF GA Washington 28 24 7 3 66 172 166 Tampa Bay 25 21 10 5 65 168 169 Florida 18 2211 9 56 142 178 Carolina 18 29 9 6 51 132 175 Atlanta 20 31 4 4 48 157 209 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T OLPts GF GA St. Louis 31 17 8 5 75 196 161 Detroit 31 17 9 3 74 181 152 Chicago 24 2410 3 61 148 147 Nashville 22 24 9 4 57 139 150 Columbus 22 30 6 2 52 158 188 Northwest Division W L T OLPts GF GA Vancouver 35 16 9 0 79 184 152 Colorado 28 1511 6 73 175 149 Minnesota 29 22 8 1 67 143 133 Edmonton 26 21 6 7 65 163 167 Calgary 18 3010 4 50 134 179 Pacific Division W L T OLPts GF GA Dallas 34 12 14 1 83 183 120 Anaheim 28 21 8 4 68 150 150 Los Angeles 26 27 4 4 60157 167 Phoenix 23 25 8 4 58 151 161 San Jose 22 28 6 5 55 164 179 Two points for a win, one point for a tie and overtime loss. Friday's Games Los Angeles 4. Buffalo 1 Tampa Bay 2, Carolina 2, tie N.Y. Islanders 4. Colorado 1 New Jersey 3, Boston 2 Phoenix 2, Dallas 2, lie San Jose 6, Columbus 0 N.Y. Rangers 6, Anaheim 2 Saturday's Games St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 3 p.m. Nashville at Ottawa, 7 p.m. Detroit at Washington, 7 p.m. Toronto at Montreal, 7 p.m. Florida at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Vancouver at Edmonton, 10 p.m. Sunday's Games Boston at N.Y. Islanders. 1 p.m. Anaheim at Carolina, 1:30 p.m. New Jersey at Pittsburgh, 3 p.m. Buffalo at Tampa Bay, 5 p.m. Dallas at Chicago, 7 p.m. Calgary at Phoenix, 7 p.m. Nashville at Toronto, 7:30 p.m. Atlanta at Edmonton, 8 p.m. SI. Louis at Minnesota, 8:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Colorado, 8:30 p.m. Columbus at Vancouver, 10 p.m. ECHL EAST COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE NORTHERN CONFERENCE Northeast Division W L T Pts GF GA Atlantic City 32 10 11 75 199 154 Greensboro 32 17 5 69 178 157 Roanoke 31 19 4 66 199 187 Trenton 29 17 8 66 179 154 Reading 27 24 4 58 207 225 Charlotte 27 24 2 56 184 184 Richmond 26 28 3 55 186 195 Northwest Division W L T Pis GF GA Toledo 35 12 8 78 184 150 Peoria 37 13 3 77 177 134 Lexington 27 23 6 60 153 170 Cincinnati 26 19 6 58 187 160 Johnstown 21 28 8 50 165 194 Dayton 19 27 9 47 145 181 Wheeling 20 30 3 43 139 198 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Southeast Division W L T Pis GF GA Columbia 37 20 1 75 210 164 Florida 30 15 10 70 193 179 South Carolina 32 19 4 68196 177 PeeOee 30 20 5 65 190 160 Greenville 21 28 5 47 159 196 Columbus 18 28 8 44 145 212 Augusta 18 32 4 40 148 196 Southwest Division W L T Pts GF GA x-Louisrana 31 14 10 72 202 169 Mississippi 32 20 4 68 184 161 Pensacola 31 19 6 68 185 181 Arkansas 28 18 8 64 184 182 Jackson 26 21 7 59 157 163 Baton Rouge 15 32 9 39 152 204 x-clinched playoff spot NOTE: Two points are awarded for a victory; overtime and Shootout losses earn one point and are referred to as ties. Friday's Games South Carolina 4, Greenville 1 Columbia 5. Charlotte 0 Lexington 3. Reading 2, OT Richmond 4, Pee Dee 1 Trenton 6, Johnstown 1 Toledo 3, Wheeling 1 Roanoke 3, Greensboro 2 Arkansas 1, Jackson 0 Florida 7, Columbus 4 Baton Rouge 3, Pensacola 2, OT Peoria 3, Dayton 2, SO Saturday's Games Greenville at Augusta Mississippi at Baton Rouge Greensboro at Columbia Columbus at Florida Toledo at Johnstown, 7:35 p.m. Atlanlic City at Peoria Trenton at Richmond Pee Dee at Roanoke Charlotte at South Carolina Lexington at Wheeling Sunday's Games Dayton at Cincinnati Baton Rouge at Arkansas Greensboro at Augusta Pensacola at Mississippi Greenville at Pee Dee Atlantic City al Peoria Toledo at Reading SOCCER MAJOR INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE Eastern Conference W L Pel GB Philadelphia 20 7 .741 — Cleveland 14 14 .500 6!4 Baltimore 12 16 .429 S'/i Harrisburg 12 18 .400 m Western Conference W L Pet GB Milwaukee 23 5 .821 — Kansas Cily 14 14 .500 9 San Diego 12 19 .387 12^ Dallas 7 21 .250 16 Friday's Games Cleveland 16, Harrisburp, 8 Kansas City 17, Baltimore 6 Saturday's Game Milwaukee al Kansas GB — 5% 6 10 10 13 18 GB — V4 B'A 10 17 19 19!4 27'/j GB — 5& 8& 10V4 14& 26 31 GB — 2 7K 8 12'/4 13& 17K EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet New Jersey 37 19 .661 Boston 31 24 .564 Philadelphia 30 24 .556 Orlando 27 29 .482 Washington 26 28 .481 New York 23 31 .426 Miami 18 36 .333 Central Division W L Pet Detroit 37 17 .685 Indiana 37 18 .673 New Orleans 30 27 .526 Milwaukee V 27 .500 Atlanta 20 34 .370 Chicago 19 37 .339 Toronto 17 36 .321 Cleveland 10 45 .182 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Divisinn W L Pet Dallas 43 12 .782 San Antonio 37 17 .685 Minnesota 35 21 .625 Utah 32 22 .593 Houston 28 26 .519 Memphis 16 37 .302 Denver 12 43 .218 Pacific Division W L Pet Sacramento 38 18 .679 Portland 35 19 .648 Phoenix 30 25 .545 L.A. Lakers 29 25 .537 Golden State 25 30 .455 Seattle 23 30 .434 L.A. Clippers 19 34 .358 Friday's Games Toronto 92, Phoenix 89 Orlando 110, Chicago 96 Washington 89, New Jersey 86 Philadelphia 119, Cleveland 99 Dallas 100, Houston 85 Minnesota 103, Detroit 96 New Orleans 125, Memphis 123, OT Seattle 88, Milwaukee 58 Golden State 111, New York 107 L.A. Lakers 92, Portland 84 Saturday's Games New Orleans at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Miami, 8 p.m. Memphis at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Indiana al San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Denver at Utah, 9 p.m. Milwaukee at Portland, 10 p.m. Atlanta at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. COLLEGE BASKETBALL FRIDAY'S SCORES MEN EAST Brockport 63, Cortland St. 47 Brooklyn 84, Medgar Evers 68 Brown 83. Columbia 70 Bucknell 70, Lafayette 53 Case Reserve 77, NYU 75 Clarkson 56, Skidmore 55 Colgate 73. Navy 52 Fredonia St. 52. Geneseo St. 50 Hamilton 79, Vassar 66 Holy Cross 68, American U. 66 lona 98, St. Peter's 89 Lehigh 59. Army 52 NYCCT 66, John Jay 61 New Paltz 74. Potsdam 66 Old Westbury 64, Stevens Tech 61 Oswego St. 75, Buffalo St. 57 Penn 82, Harvard 66 Princeton 70. Dartmouth 60 RPI 83, Hobart 76 Rider 50, Loyola, Md. 44 Roberts Wesleyan 89. Malone 81 Rochester 71 . Chicago 54 Union, N.Y. 81 , St. Lawrence 60 Washington, Md. 98. Carnegie-Melton 63 Wesley 71, Gwynedd-Mercy 60 Yale 70, Cornell 52 SOUTH Emory 81, Brandeis67 Jacksonville St. 78, Georgia St. 76, OT Kentucky Christian 129. Free Will Baptist 59 Sewanee 73, Millsaps 69 MIDWEST Bellevue 80, Kansas Newman 63 Bemidji St. 69, Northern St., S.D. 68 Buena Vista 75, Lutner 73 Cedarville 84, Shawnee St. 58 Cent. Iowa 68, Dubuque 55 Concordia, St.P. 88, Minn.-Crookston 73 Defiance 88, Thomas More 81 Dickinson St. 79, Black Hills St. 75 Grand View 58, Northwestern, Minn. 57 Jamestown 82. Dakota St. 64 Loras 66, Simpson, Iowa 62 Mary 77, SiTanka-Huron 76 Minn.-Duluth 93, Minn. -Morris 47 Minn.-Moorhead 86, Winona St. 76 Minot St. 74, S. Dakota Tech 64 Peru St. 94, York, Neb. 81 Wartburg 80, Upper Iowa 67 SOUTHWEST Trinity, Texas 76, DePauw 60 FAR WEST CS Bakersfield 70, UC Davis 58 Carroll, Mont. 99, Montana Si-Northern 70 Fort Lewis 66, Mesa, Colo. 49 San Diego 75, St. Mary's, Cal. 57 San Francisco 78, Santa Clara 65 WOMEN EAST Brockport 63, Cortland St. 53 Brown 71, Columbia 67 Bucknell 71, Lafayette 67 Buffalo St. 50, Oswego SI. 48 Clarkson 64, Skidmore 56 Colgate 76, Navy 65 Cornell 61, Yale 53 Dartmouth 77, Princeton 61 Geneseo SI. 72, Fredonia St. 53 Harvard 84, Penn 80 Holy Cross 65, American U. 55 James Madison 71, Hofstra 60 Lehigh 62, Army 51 Manhattan 72, Marist 63 Molloy 67. Baptist Bible 62 Muhlenberg 96, Washington, Md. 82 Niagara 74, Fairfield 61 Oneonla 80, N.Y. Tech 43 RPI 71, William Smith 56 Rider 72, lona 58 Rochester 78, Chicago 57 Siena 80, Canisius 70 Stevens Tech 63, Old Westbury 37 SOUTH East Carolina 72, UAB 69 Marquette 79, Louisville 76 Old Dominion 71 , Drexel 57 Radlord 70, N.C.-Asheville 60 South Florida 69, Charlotte 59 TCU 69, Southern Miss. 63 Tulane 65, Houston 62 MIDWEST Cincinnati 71, DePaul 67, OT Dickinson St. 59, Black Hills St. 49 Minn.-Duluth 69, Minn. -Morris 29 Minn.-Moorhead 73, Winona St. 62 NYU 80, Case Reserve 55 Saint Louis 64, Memphis 56 Wartburg 64, Upper Iowa 52 Wheaton, III. 65, Millikin 56 Xavier 65, SI. Bonaventure 45 SOUTHWEST DePauw 74, Trinity, Texas 72 FAR WEST Mesa, Colo. 78, Fort Lewis 61 Montana 62, Montana SI. 53 Whitworth 70, Lewis & Clark 57 AUTO RACING NASCAR SUBWAY 400 LINEUP After Friday qualifying; race Sunday At North Carolina Speedway Buckingham, N.C. Lap length: 1.017 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (77) Dave Blaney, Ford, 154.683 mph. 2. (10) Johnny Benson, Pontiac, 154.553. 3. (6) Mark Martin, Ford. 154.429. 4. (40) Sterling Marlin. Dodge, 154.422. 5. (9) Bill Elliott, Dodge, 154.416. 6. (32) Ricky Craven, Ponliac, 154.377. 7. (42) Jamie McMurray, Dodge, 154.279. 8. (2) Rusty Wallace, Dodge, 154.201. 9. (88) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 154.182. 10. (18) Bobby Labonte, Chevrolet, 154.046. 11. (38) Elliott Sadler, Ford, 154.039. 12. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet, 154.033. 13. (16) Greg Bilfle, Ford, 153.916. 14. (25) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 153.884. 15. (22) Ward Burton, Dodge, 153.819. 16. (41) Casey Mears, Dodge, 153.696. 17. (23) Kenny Wallace, Dodge, 153.683. 18. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 153.542. 19. (31) Robby Gordon, Chevrolel, 153.509. 20. (4) Mike Skinner, Ponliac, 153.471. 21. (12) Ryan Newman, Dodge, 153.439. 22. (15) Michael Wallrip, Chevrolet, 153.336. 23. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 153.310. 24. (01) Jerry Nadeau. Pontiac, 153.035. 25. (1) Steve Park. Chevrolet, 153.022. 26. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 152.958. 27. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, 152.932. 28. (21) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 152.811. 29. (19) Jeremy Mayfield. Dodge, 152.798. 30. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge. 152.792. 31. (5) Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 152.754. 32. (43) John Andretti, Dodge,'152.728. 33. (20) Tony Stewart, Chevrolel, 152.715. 34. (0) Jack Sprague, Pontiac, 152.614. 35. (49) Ken Schrader, Dodge, 152.607. 36. (7) Jimmy Spencer, Dodge, 152.556. 37. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolel, Provisional. 38. (99) Jefl Burton, Ford, Provisional. 39. (30) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, Provisional. 40. (54) Todd Bodine, Ford, Provisional. 41. (14) Larry Foyt, Dodge. Provisional. 42. (74) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, Provisional. 43. (37) Derrike Cope, Chevrolet, Provisional. BUSCH ROCKINGHAM 200 LINEUP After Friday qualifying; race Saturday At North Carolina Speedway Rockingham, N.C. Lap length: 1.017 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (37) David Green, Pontiac, 154.429 mph. 2. (1) Jamie McMurray, Dodge, 154.318. 3. (10) Scott Riggs. Ford, 154.046. 4. (38) Kasey Kahne, Ford, 153.419. 5. (57) Jason Keller, Ford, 153.317. 6. (99) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet, 153.G67. 7. (2) Ron Hornaday Jr., Chevrolet, 152.888. 8. (21) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 152.868. 9. (92) Todd Bodine, Chevrolet. 152.862. 10. (23) Scott Wimmer. Chevrolel, 152.715. 11. (20) Mike Bliss, Chevrolet, 152.696. 12. (48) Shane Hmiel, Chevrolet, 152.258. 13. (26) Kevin Grubb, Dodge, 152.18?. 14. (12) Kerry Earnhardt, Chevrolet. 152.012. 15. (5) Brian Vickers, Chevrolet, 151.949. 16. (46) Ashton Lewis Jr.. Chevrolel, 151.772. 17. (43) Johnny Sauter, Chevrolel, 151.716. 18. (25) Bobby Hamilton Jr., Ford, 151.502. 19. (7) Randy LaJoie. Chevrolet, 151.239. 20. (59) Slacy Compton, Chevrolet, 150.959. 21. (13) Carl Long, Dodge, 150.729. 22. (60) Stanton Barrett, Ford, 150.425. 23. (56) Tim Sauter, Chevrolet, 150.407. 24. (19) Chad Blount, Dodge, 150.098. 25. (79) Joe Aramendia, Chevrolet, 149.957. 26. (18) Coy Gibbs, Chevrolet, 149.920. 27. (54) Hermie Sadler, Chevrolet, 149.877. 28. (4) Mike Wallace, Chevrolet, 149.540. 29. (22) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 149.498. 30. (27) Hank Parker Jr., Ponliac. 149.443. 31. (0) Morgan Shepherd, Chevrolet. 149.157. 32. (96) Brad Baker, Chevrolet, 148.975. 33. (70) Robby Benton, Chevrolel, 148.896. 34. (08) Jody Lavender, Ford, 148.377. 35. (71) Ron Young, Chevrolet, 148.077. 36. (77) Brad Teague, Ford, 147.196. 37. (73) Jason Schuler, Ford, Provisional. 38. (49) Chris Bingham, Ford, Provisional. 39. (39) Joe Buford, Ford, Provisional. 40. (16) Larry Gunselman, Chevrolet, Provisional. 41. (44) Mike Harmon, Chevrolet, Provisional. 42. (84) Brian Weber, Chevrolet, Provisional. 43. (52) Mike Potter, Ford, Provisional. CART ST. PETERSBURG GP (1UALIFYING After Friday qualifying; race Sunday Al Street Course, 1.806 miles St. Petersburg, Fla. (Car number in parentheses) 1. (2) Sebastien Bourdais, Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:01.676, 105.415. 2. (1) Bruno Junqueira, Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:01.918, 105.003. 3. (20) Oriol Servia, Ford-Cosworth/Lola. 1:02.062.104.760. 4. (55) Mario Dominguez. Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:02.280,104.393. 5. (32) Patrick Carpenlier. Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:02.350.104.276. 6. (9) Michel Jourdain Jr.. Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:02.512,104.006. 7. (51X) Adrian Fernandez, Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:02.719,103.662. 8. (34) Mario Haberfeld, Ford- CoswortWReynard. 1:02.720,103.661. 9. (33) Alex Tagliani, Ford-Cosworth/Lola, 1:02.822,103.492. 10. (3) Paul Tracy, Ford-Cosworth/Lola, 1:03.031,103.149. 11. (12X) Jimmy Vasser, Ford- Cosworth/Reynard, 1:03.438,102.487. 12. (15) Darren Manning. Ford- Cosworth/Reynard, 1:03.448,102.471. 13. (31) Ryan Hunler-Reay, Ford- Cosworth/Reynard. 1:04.347, 101.040. 14. (19) Joel Camathias, Ford- Cosworth/Lola. 1:04.773, 100.375. 15. (4) Roberto Moreno, Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:04.946, 100.108. 16. (7) Ttago Monteiro Ford- Cosworth/Reynard, 1:05.170, 99.764. 17. (5X) Rodolfo Lavin, Ford- Cosworth/Reynard, 1:05.210, 99.702. 18. (27) Patrick Lemarie, Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:06.232, 98.164. 19. (11) Roberto Gonzalez, Ford- Cosworth/Lola, 1:06.799, 97.331. GOLF BOXING FIGHT SCHEDULE National TV in parenthese Feb. 22 At The Pyramid Arena, Memphis, Tenn. (SHO) Mike Tyson, Calskill, N.Y., vs. Clifford Elienne, Balon Rouge, La., 10, heavyweights. At Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim. Calif., Orlando Salido, Mexico, vs. Armando Cordova, Panama, 10, featherweights; Martin Castillo, Mexico, vs. Valerio Sanchez. Mexico, 10, super flyweights. MISSAN OPEN Friday At Riviera Country Club Los Angeles Purse: $4.5 million Yardage: 7,222, Par 71 (35-36) Second Round Charles Howell III 69-65—134 Nick Price 68-67—135 LenMattiace 69-67—136 RichBeem 73-65—138 Stephen Ames 70-69—139 K.J.Choi 70-69—139 David Duval 69-70—139 Duffy Waldorf 70-69—139 Fred Funk 65-74—139 Aaron Baddeley 69-71—140 Mike Weir 72-68—140 Corey Pavin 72-68—140 Tiger Woods 72-68—140 Stewart Cink 73-67—140 Sob Estes 69-71—140 Hidemichi Tanaka 72-68—140 NiclasFaslh 75-66—141 Brandt Jobe 74-67—141 Steve Strieker 72-69—141 Cameron Beckman 68-73—141 Steve Elkinglon 68-73—141 Lee Janzen 70-71—141 Robert Allenby 72-69—141 Brenden Pappas 74-67—141 JellSluman 68-74—142 Craig Parry 76-66—142 Kevin Sutherland 72-70—142 Arron Oberholser 73-69—142 Skip Kendall 71-71—142 Jay Haas 73-69—142 Fieti Couples 74-68—142 Phil Tataurangi 72-70—142 Dan Forsman 76-66—142 Loren Roberts 72-70—142 Angel Cabrera 75-68—143 Glen Hnatiuk 69-74—143 Chris Smith 74-69—143 Bob Bums 73-70—143 Pat Perez 74-69—143 Chad Campbell 73-70—143 Joe Acosta, Jr. 71-72—143 Shaun Micheel 74-69—143 Craig Barlow 72-71—143 Billy Mayfair 72-71—143 Steve Flesch 74-70—144 Peter Lonard 75-69—144 Jerry Kelly 73-71—144 David Berganio, Jr. 75-69—144 AlexCejka 73-71—144 Greg Chalmers 72-72—144 JimFuryk 74-70—144 John Cook 74-70—144 Shigeki Maruyama 74-70—144 Bernhard Langer 72-72—144 Marco Dawson 72-73—145 Esteban Toledo 75-70—145 Ben Crane 71-74—145 Roccrj Mediate 73-72—145 Darren Clarke 71-74—145 Craig Stadler 76-69—145 Tom Byrum 76-69—145 JeffBrehaut 73-72—145 Paul Siankowski 75-70—145 Jeff Maggert 72-73—145 Pat Bales 72-73—145 Per-Ulrik Johansson 74-71—145 Carl Peitersson 77-68—145 Scott Verplank 75-70—145 Scott Hoch 74-71—145 Davis Love III 76-69—145 David Gossett 75-70—145 Otin Browne 72-73—145 Brian Gay 71-74—145. J.J. Henry 72-73—145 Failed to qualify Hory Sabbalini 75-71—146 Colin Montgomerie 75-71—146 Brent Geiberger 73-73—146 Andrew Magee 73-73—146 Scott McCarron 74-72—146 Tom Lehman 75-71—146 Toshi Izawa 74-72—146 Glen Day 75-71—146 Eduardo Romero 76-70—146 Jim Carter 75-71—146 Tom Pernice, Jr. 74-72—146 Doug Barren 76-70—146 Larry Mize 73-74—147 GeneSauers 73-74—147 Spike McRoy 71-76—147 Luke Donald 72-75—147 Mark O'Meara 73-74—147 Carlos Franco 75-72—147 Yasuharu Imano 72-75—147 Neal Lancaster 77-70—147 Stuart Appleby 74.73—147 Ian Leggalt 75-72—147 Mark Brooks 75-72—147 Tim Pelrovic 77-70—147 Billy Andrade 76-71—147 JeffSanday 73-74—147 Jonathan Kaye 76-72—148 Heath Slocum 71-77—148 Kirk Triplet! 71-77—148 David Toms 75-73—148 Joe Durant 74-74—148 Matt Gogel 78-70—148 Carl Paulson 77-71—148 Kenichi Kuboya 76-72—148 Frank Lickliter II 78-71—149 Sergio Garcia 73-76—149 Robert Damron 75-74—149 Robert Gamez 73-71—149 Sieve Lowery 75-74—149 Tim Clark 75-74—149 Thomas Level 74-76—150 Chris DiMarco 74-76—-150 Brad Faxon 75-75—150 AkioSadakala 76-74—150 BobTway 76-74—150 David Sutherland 76-74—150 NolahBegaylll 74-76—150 KanameYokoo 78-72—150 Chris Riley 75-76—151 Justin Leonard 78-73—151 Joel Edwards 80-71—151 Briny Baird 75-76—151 JoseCoceres 74-78—152 Craig Perks 77-75—152 BradSherly 80-72—152 Michael Campbell 77-75—152 John Ray Leary 84-68—152 Jay Williamson 76-77—153 J.L Lewis 78-75—153 Jonathan Byrd 79-75—154 Geoff Ogilvy 79-75—154 J.P. Hayes 77-78—155 Paul Dietsche 75-80—155 Michael Fergin 79-77—156 PaulAzinger 83-73—156 HalSutton 77-80—157 Jose Maria Olazabal 80-78—158 Garrell Willis 80-82—162 MALAYSIAN OPEN Saturday At Mines Resort and Golf Club Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Purse: $1.1 million Yardage: 6,785, Par: 71 Second Round ArjunAtwal, India 62-65—127 Relief Goosen, South Africa 66-64—130 Ted Oh, South Korea 64-67—131 Fredrik Andersson, Sweden 62-69—131 Thammanoon Srirot. Thailand 63-69—132 Padraig Harrington, Ireland 66-66—132 Daniel Chopia, Sweden 65-68—133 Lee Westwood, England 66-67—133 Emanuelle Canonica, Italy 67-66—133 Prayad Marksacng, Thailand 68-66—134 Brad Kennedy. Australia 68-66—134 Liang Wen Chong, China 68-66—134 Yen Wei Tze, Taiwan 65-69—134 Palrik Sjoland, Sweden 68-66—134 Gary Rusnak, United Stales 66-69—135 CHAMPIONS VERIZON CLASSIC Friday At TPC of Tampa Bay Lulz, Fla. Purse: $1.6 million Yardage: 6,783, Par: 71 (35-36) First Round Mike McCullough 34-33—67 Mark McCumber 32-36—68 Hale Irwin 33-35—68 Bruce Fleisher 33-35—68 Tom Kite 35-33—68 Andy North 32-37—69 Mike Hill 35-34—69 Graham Marsh 34-35—69 David Graham 36-33—69 Rocky Thompson 34-35—69 Bill Rogers 36-34—70 Jim Holtgrieve 35-35—70 Bruce Summerhays 34-36—70 Jay Sigel 35-35—70 Allen Doyle 37-33—70 Dana Quigley 34-36—70 Larry Nelson 35-35—70 Tom Wargo 35-35—70 James Mason 36-34—70 Doug Tewell 36-34—70 Lee Trevino 34-36—70 John Jacobs 36-34—70 Mark Pfeil 33-37—70 Bob Easlwood 34-37—71 Jim Thorpe 35-36—71 Walter Hall 35-36—71 Hubert Green 35-36—71 Gil Morgan 35-36—71 Jack Nicklaus 33-38—71 Rodger Davis 33-38—71 Des Smyth 34-38—72 David Eger 38-34—72 Howard Twitty 33-39—72 Stewart Ginn 33-39—72 Tom Watson 35-37—72 Christy O'Connor 35-37—72 Tom Jenkins 34-38—72 Dave Barr 34-38—72 Bobby Wadkins 37-35—72 Danny Edwards 36-36—72 Wayne Levi 36-36—72 Seiji Ebinara 36-36—72 Norm Jan/is 36-36—72 Dale Douglass 35-37—72 Jerry McGee 34-39—73 John Mahaffey 36-37—73 Gibby Gilbert 36-37—73 Bob Gilder 36-37—73 Fuzzy Zoeller 35-38—73 Gary McCord 39-34—73 Gary Koch 36-37—73 Morris Hatalsky 35-38—73 Charles Coody 38-35—73 Orville Moody 35-38—73 Jim Albus 37-37—74 Tom Purtzer 37-37—74 J.C. Snead 38-36—74 Joe Inman 36-38—74 Jim Colbert 37-37—74 Leonard Thompson 39-35—74 John Schroeder 35-39—74 Vicente Fernandez 35-39—74 Dave Stockton 36-38—74 Bob Murphy 38-36—74 John Bland 38-37—75 Walter Morgan 37-38—75 Ed Dougherty 36-39—75 Sammy Rachels 38-37—75 Isao Aoki 39-36—75 Gary Player 36-39—75 Bob Duval ; 37-38—75 Terry Dill 41-35—76 Bobby Walzel ' 36-40—76 Dick Mast 39-37—76 Mike Smith 39-38—77 Hugh Baiocchi 35-42—77 Jose Maria Canizares 40-37—77 Ben Crenshaw 36-41—77 Jim Dent 35-43—78 Dave Eichelberger 39-40—79 Ted Goin 36-43—79 ANZ LADIES MASTERS Friday At Ruyal Pines Resort, East Course Gold Coast, Australia Purse: $475,000 Yardage: 6,443, Par: 72 Second Round Karrie Webb, Australia 68-66—134 Laura Davies, England 67-68—135 Rebecca Stevenson, Australia 68-68—136 Brenda Ormsby, New Zealand 71-66—137 Janice Moodie. Scotland 68-69—137 Loiena Ochoa, Mexico 69-68—137 Patricia Meunier Lebouc, France 66-71—137 Johanna Head, England 72-66—138 Gwladys Nocera, France 71-67—138 Jennifer Rosales, Philippines 70-68—138 Nadina Taylor, Australia 71-68—139 Kelly Robbins, United States 72-67—139 Rachel Teske, Australia 71-68—139 Paula Marti, Spain 69-70—139 Alison Munt. Australia 68-71—139 Rebecca Coakley, Australia 70-69—139 Marlene Hedblom, Sweden 71-69—140 Suzanne Strudwick, England 71-69—140 Karen Pearce, Australia 73-67—140 Lynnelte Brooky, New Zealand 71-69—140 Yuka Shiroto, Japan 73-67—140 Iben Tinning, Denmark 72-68—140 Cecilia Ekelundh, Sweden 70-70—140 Anna Becker, Sweden 73-67—140 Helen Altredsson, Sweden 70-70—140 Miriam Nagl, Germany 71-69—140 Elisabeth Esterl, Germany 70-70—140 Mhairi McKay, Scotland 70-70—140 Also Shani Waugh. Australia 70-71—141 Fiona Pike, Australia 71-70—141 Jackie Gallagher-Smith, U.S. 73-69—142 Catrin Nilsmark. Sweden 73-70—143 Laura Diaz, United States 69-74—143 Natalie Gulbis, United Slates 69-74—143 FOOTBALL ARENA FOOTBALL LEAGUE American Conference Central Division W L Pel. PF PA Grand Rapids 3 0 1.000 177 154 Indiana 3 0 1.000 159 134 Dallas 2 1 .667 153 144 Chicago 0 3 .000 96 121 Western Division W L Pet. PF PA Los Angeles 3 0 1.000 192 173 Arizona 1 2 !333 119 140 San Jose 1 2 .333 170 152 Colorado 0 3 .000 148 160 National Conference Eastern Division W L Pet. PF PA Buffalo 2 1 .667 129 115 Detroit 2 1 .667 144 141 Las Vegas 1 2 .333 151 161 New York 0 3 .000 173 191 Southern Division W L Pel. PF PA Orlando 4 0 1.000 221 175 Georgia 2 1 .667 126 127 Tampa Bay 1 2 .333 166 135 Carolina 0 4 .000 122 223 Friday's Game Orlando 70, Carolina 42 Saturday's Games Buffalo al Georgia, 7:30 p.m. Las Vegas at New York. 7:30 p.m. Colorado al San Jose, 10:30 p.m. Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Chicago, 3 p.m. Dallas at Detroit, 3 p.m. Arizona at Indiana 3, p.m. Tampa Bay al Grand Rapids, 3 p.m.

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