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B4 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, APRIL 30,2006 SCOREBOARD Local Calendar Today Fort Hays Baseball vs. Nebraska-Kearney at Larks Park. Noon (DH). Softball vs. Mesa State at Tiger Stadium, 11 a.m. (DH), Monday Hays High Track & field (V) at Hutchlnson, 3 p.m. Baseball (9th) vs. Dodge City at HHS field, 4 p.m. (DH). Boys' golf (JV) at Great Bend, 3 p.m. Girls' soccer (V) at Wichita North Cup. vs. Andover Central, 3:30 p.m. Tuesday Hays High Baseball (V) vs. Garden City at HHS field, 4 p.m. (DH). Baseball (JV) at Sallna Central. 4 p.m. (DH). Softball (V-JV) vs. Liberal at Dusty Glassman Ball Park. 2 p.m. (DH). Girls' swimming (V) at Hutchinson, 3:30 p.m. Boys' tennis (JV) at Great Bend, 3 p.m. Boys' goll (JV) at TMP Invitational, at Smoky Hill Country Club, 9 a.m. Track & Held (JV) at Hays High Invitational, 3 p.m. TMP-Marian Boys' goll (V) at TMP Invitational, at Smoky Hill Country Club. 9 a.m. Baseball (V-JV) at Scott City, 4 p.m. (DH). Softball (V-JV) vs. Scott City at TMP field, 4 p.m. (DH). Wednesday Hays High Girls' soccer (V) at Wichita North Cup, TBA. Thursday Hays High Baseball (V) vs. Liberal at Western Plains Diamond Classic, at HHS Held, 7 p.m. Girts' swimming (V) at Newton, 4 p.m. Boys' tennis (V) at Hays High Invitational, at HHS & city courts, 3 p.m. Boys' goll (V) at Junction City, 3 p.m. Boys' golf (JV) at WaKeeney-Trego, 9 a.m. & at Colby, 3 p.m. TMP-Marlan Boys' goll (JV) at Trego Invitational, at WaKeeney, 9 a.m. Friday Fort Hays Baseball vs. Regis at Denver, time TBA (1-9). Softball at RMAC Championships, TBA (if qualify). Hays High Baseball (V) vs. Goodland at Western Plains Diamond Classic, at HHS Held, 3:45 p.m. & vs. Sallna Central, at HHS field, 8 p.m. Softball (V-JV) at Salina South, 4 p.m. (DH). Track & field (V) at Salina Central, 3:30 p.m. TMP-Marlan Baseball vs. Lyons (V-JV) at TMP field, 4 p.m. (DH). Softball (V-JV) vs. Goodland & Pratt, 3 p.m. (two single games), at TMP field. Boys' golf (V) at Ellsworth Invitational 3 p.m. Track & Held (V) at Russell Relays, 3:30 p.m. Saturday Fort Hays Baseball vs. Regis at Denver, time TBA (DH). Softball at RMAC Championships, TBA (if qualify). Hays High Baseball (V) vs. Word of Life at Western Plains Diamond Classic, at HHS field, 3 p.m. Boys' tennis (V) at Garden City, 8:30 a.m. Girts' soccer (V) at Wichita North Cup, TBA. Sunday Fort Hays Baseball vs. Regis at Denver, time TBA (1-9). Softball at RMAC Championships, TBA (If qualify). Track & Held at RMAC Championships at Gunnison, Colo., all day. Baseball Major league standings American League East Division W L Pet GB Boston 14 10 .583 — New York 12 10 .545 1 Toronto 12 10 .545 1 Baltimore 13 12 .520 1% Tampa Bay 10 14 .417 4 Central Division W L Pet GB Chicago 15 7 .682 — Detroit 15 9 .625 1 Cleveland 13 11 .542 3 Minnesota 9 14 .391 6% Kansas City 5 16 .238 9% West Division W L Pet GB Los Angeles 12 11 .522 — Texas 12 12 .500 % Oakland 11 12 .478 1 Seattle 10 15 .400 3 Friday's results Cleveland 7, Texas 6 Detroit 9, Minnesota 0 Toronto 7, N.Y. Yankees 2 Baltimore 5, Seattle 2 Tampa Bay 5, Boston 2 Oakland 5, Kansas City 3 Chicago White Sox 8, L.A. Angels 5 Saturday's results Detroit 18, Minnesota 1 N.Y. Yankees 17, Toronto 6 Seattle 8, Baltimore 6 Texas 7, Cleveland 5 Oakland at Kansas City (ppd, rain) Boston 9, Tampa Bay 6 Chicago White Sox at L.A. Angels (N) Today's games Minnesota (Lohse 1-1) at Detroit (Rogers 32), 12:05 p.m. Toronto (Chacin 4-0) at N.Y. Yankees (Mussina 3-1), 12:05 p.m. Boston (Schilling 4-0) at Tampa Bay (Kazmir 2-2), 12:15 p.m. Seattle (Moyer 0-2) at Baltimore (RLopez 12), 12:35 p.m. Oakland (Blanlon 2-2) at Kansas City (Elarton 0-4), 1:10 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Garland 2-1) at L.A. Angels (Santana 2-0), 2:35 p.m. Texas (Padilla 2-1) at Cleveland (Westbrook 2-2), 7:05 p.m. National league East Division W L Pet GB New York 16 7 .696 — Atlanta 9 14 .391 7 Philadelphia 9 14 .391 7 Washington 8 16 .333 8% Florida 6 16 .286 9 Central Division W L Pet OB Cincinnati 17 7 .708 — St. Louis 16 8 .667 1 Houston 15 8 .652 1V4 Chicago 13 9 .591 3 Milwaukee 13 11 .542 4 Pittsburgh 7 18 .280 10% West Division W L Pet OB Colorado 14 10 .583 — San Francisco 13 10 .565 % Los Angeles 11 12 .476 2% Arizona 11 13 .456 3 San Diego 6 14 .364 5 Friday's results Chicago Cubs 6, Milwaukee 2 Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 6, Houston 4 N.Y. Mets 5, Atlanta 2 Colorado 3, Florida 2(10 Innings) Washington 8, St. Louis 3 L.A. Dodgers 3, San Diego 0 San Francisco 10, Arizona 2 Saturday's results Cincinnati 8, Houston 3 St. Louis 2, Washington 1 Milwaukee 16, Chicago Cubs 2 San Francisco 3, Arizona 2 Colorado 8, Florida 7 N.Y. Mats 1, Atlanta 0 Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 2 L.A. Dodgers at San Dlego(N) Today's games N.Y. Mets (Zambrano 1-2) at Atlanta (Davles 1-2), 12:05 p.m. Colorado (SKIm 0-0 or Asencio 0-0) at Florida (Mttre 1-2), 12:06 p.m. Houston (Buchholz 1-1) at Cincinnati (Ramirez 1-0), 12:15 p.m. Philadelphia (Floyd 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Perez 1-3), 12:35 p.m. Washington (Day 1-2) at St. Louis (Suppan 12), 1:15 p.m. Milwaukee (Capuano 3-2) at Chicago Cubs (Zambrano 0-1), 1:20 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Lowe 1-1) at San Diego (Park 1-1), 3:05 p.m. Arizona (Webb 3-0) at San Francisco (Cain 12). 3:05 p.m. Major league boxscores American League Friday Athletics 5, Royals 3 OAKLAND KANSAS CITY ab r h bi ab r h bi Kotsay cl 5000 Costa cl 2010 Swlsher II 4000 EGrmn cl 2010 EChavz 3b 3000 Grdzln 2t) 4000 Thmas dh 4010 MiSwy dh 4112 Payton rf 4110 Grffnno pr 0000 Crosby ss 3100 RSndrs rf 5121 DJnson 1b 3110 Mntkw 1b 5020 Kendall c 2111 Brown H 3010 MEIlis 2b 3124 Teahen 3b 3000 Berroa ss 4000 Buck c 2000 Stairs pn 1110 Totals 31 5 6 5 Totals 35 3 9 3 Oakland 002 300 000—5 Kansas City 100 100 001—3 DP—Oakland 1, Kansas City 1. LOB—Oakland 6, Kansas City 11. 2B—Payton (3). MEIlis (4), Costa (4), RSanders (4), Mlentklewlcz (5). HR—MEIlis (2), MiSweeney (2), RSanders (4). SB—Brown (3). SF—Kendall. IP H RER BB SO Oakland Haren W.1-2 8 82216 Calero '/, 11120 Saarloos S,1 X 0 0 0 1 1 Kansas City Mays L.0-3 3 % 45550 Gobble 3 % 0 0 0 1 4 LHudson 1 00000 Sisco 1 20001 HBP—by Haren (Brown), by Haren (Buck). WP—Mays, Sisco. Umpires —Home, Andy Fletcher; First, Mike Rellly; Second, Jeff Kellogg; Third, Jerry Meals. T—2:51. A—12,203 (40,785). Major league linescores Saturday American League Tigers 18, Twins 1 Minnesota 000 010 000— 1 7 1 Detroit 324 204 21 x—18 23 0 CSilva, FLIriano (3), Craln (6), JRIncon (7), Nathan (8) and Mauer; Veriander, Seay (8), Gril- II (9) and IRodriguez. W—Veriander 3-2. L— CSilva 1-4. HRs—Detroit, Granderson (4), MOr- donez (5), CGuillen 2 (5). Yankees 17, Blue Jays 6 Toronto 203 010 000— 662 New York 412 231 31x—17 15 1 Towers, McGowan (3), Marcum (5), Chulk (7) and BMolina; RaJohnson, Sturtze (6), Villone (7), Smith (9) and Posada. W—RaJohnson 4-2. L— Towers 0-5. HRs—New York, Damon 2 (3), Ja- Giambi (8), Posada (3). Mariners 8, Orioles 6 Seattle 000 016 010—8 10 1 Baltimore 013 001 100—6 15 1 FHernandez, RSorlano (6), Sherrill (7), Putz (7), Guardado (9) and Johjima; BChen, Brower (6), ERodriguez (6), Williams (7), Rleal (8) and RaHernandez, RChavez (7). W—FHernandez 13. L—Brower 0-1. Sv—Guardado (3). HRs— Seattle, CEverett (4), Beltre (1). Baltimore, CPat- terson (3). Rangers 7, Indians 5 Texas 300 004 000—7 11 1 Cleveland 000 020 030—S 12 0 ' Millwood, Alfonseca (8), Otsuka (9) and Bara|as; Carmona, 07040 (6), Slocum (8), Graves (9) and VMartlnez. W—Millwood 2-2. L—Carmona 1-2. Sv—Otsuka (1). HRs—Texas, Wllkerson (3). Cleveland, Broussard (5). Red Sox 9, Devil Rays 6 Boston 000 004 104—9 10 0 Tampa Bay 112 001 010—6 8 0 DINardo, Tavarez (6), Foulke (7), Papelbon (9) and Varitek; Waechter, Harper (6), Lugo (6), TyWalker (9), Micell (9) and THall. W—Foulke 21. L—TyWalker 0-1. Sv—Papelbon (10). HRs— Boston, MRamlrez (4). Tampa Bay, Gomes (11), THall (2), Norton (1). National League Reds 6, Astros 3 Houston 020 000 010—3 7 1 Cincinnati 000 420 OOx—6 12 1 Pettitte, Borkowskl (6), Springer (8) and Ausmus; Harang, Mercker (8), Weathers (9) and LaRue. W—Harang 4-1. L—Pettitte 1-4. Sv— Weathers (8). HRs—Houston, Lane (5). Cincinnati, Auritia (4). Cardinals 2, Nationals 1 Washington 000 100 000—1 9 1 St. Louis 100 000 01 x—2 5 0 LHernandez, Rauch (8) and Schneider; Carpenter, Looper (8), Isringhausen (9) and YMollna. W—Looper 2-0. L—Rauch 0-1. Sv—Isringhausen (7). HRs—Washington, JGuillen (2). St. Louis, Pujols (14). Brewers 16, Cubs 2 Milwaukee 304 123 003—16 16 2 Chicago 000 000 110— 270 DDavis, Capellan (7), Demaria (9) and DMiller; Rusch, Aardsma (3), Ohman (6), Novoa (B) and HBIanco. W—DDavis 1-2. L—Rusch 1-4. HRs—Milwaukee, Weeks (1), Hardy (4), CaLee (9), Fielder 2 (5), BHall (4). Giants 3, Diamondbacks 2 Arizona 000 200 000—2 7 1 San Francisco 001 000 101—3 6 0 JuCruz, Aquino (6), Lyon (7), LVizcaino (8) and CSnyder; Hnnssy, Fassero (7), Kline (8), Benitez (9) and TGreene. W—Benltez 1-0. L— LVizcaino 0-2. HR—San Francisco, Alou (7). Pirates 3, Phillies 2 Philadelphia 000 100 010—2 7 1 Pittsburgh 001 200 OOx—3 6 0 Lldle, Cormier (7), Geary (8) and Lieberthal; Maholm, Marte (8), STorres (8), Gonzalez (9), RHernandez (9) and Paulino. W—Maholm 1-3. L—Lldle 2-3. Sv—RHernandez (2). HRs— Philadelphia, Rowand (3). Pittsburgh, Burnltz (5). Rockies 8, Marlins 7 Colorado 004 102 100—8 13 1 Florida 001 400 200—7 10 4 Fogg, Asencio (5), Mesa (8), Fuentes (9) and Ojeda; JVargas, Nolasco (3), Messenger (5), Wellemeyer (7), FGerman (9) and Treanor, Ollvo (9). W—Asencio 1-0. L—Messenger 0-1. Sv— Fuentes (5). HRs—Colorado, Atkins (4). Florida, Wllllngham (5). Mets 1, Braves 0 New York 000 001 000—1 5 0 Atlanta 000 000 000—0 6 0 TGIavlne, Mailman (8), BWagner (9) and Lo Duca; Thomson, Vlllarreal (7), Remlinger (8), Cormier (9) and Pratt. W—TGIavlne 3-2. L— Thomson 0-1. Sv—BWagner (7). HR—New York, Lo Duca (1). •PMiVsV^sjrvWfHVsl NBA playoffs First round (Best-of-7) Thursday's results Indiana 107, New Jersey 95 Chicago 109. Miami 90, Miami leads series 2-1 Denver 94, Los Angeles Clippers 87, Los Angeles leads series 2-1 Friday's results Cleveland 97, Washington 96, Cleveland leads series 2-1 Sacramento 94, San Antonio 93, San Antonio leads series 2-1 Los Angeles Lakers 99, Phoenix 92, Los Angeles leads series 2-1 Saturday's results New Jersey 97, Indiana 88, series lied 2-2 Dallas 94, Memphis 89, OT, Dallas leads series 3-0 Milwaukee 124, Detroit 104, Detroit leads series 2-1 Los Angeles Clippers at Denver (n) Today's games Miami at Chicago, noon Phoenix at Los Angeles Lakers. 2:30 p.m. Cleveland at Washington, 6:30 p.m. San Antonio at Sacramento, 9 p.m. Hockey NHL playoffs First round (Best-of-7) Thursday's results Ottawa 5, Tampa Bay 2 Detroit 4, Edmonton 2 Anaheim 3, Calgary 2, OT, series lied 2-2 San Jose 5, Nashville 4, San Jose leads series 3-1 Friday's results Carolina 3, Montreal 2, series tied 2-2 Philadelphia 5, Buffalo 4. series tied 2-2 Dallas 4, Colorado 1, Colorado leads series 3-1 Saturday's results Edmonton 3, Detroit 2, Edmonton leads series 3-2 New Jersey 4, N.Y. Rangers 2, New Jersey wins series 4-0 Ottawa 3, Tampa Bay 2 (Ottawa wins series 4-1) Anaheim at Calgary (N) Today's games Philadelphia at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Colorado at Dallas, 1 p.m. Montreal at Carolina, 6:30 p.m. San Jose at Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Track & Field Prep results Trl-State Relays at Goodland Team scores Boys Scott City 86, Ulysses 76, Colby 74, Goodland 36 Girls Colby 92, Ulysses 68, Goodland 58, Scott City 49 Individual results Boys Shot put — 1. Doxon, Goodland, 43-9; 2. Miller, Scott City, 43-1; 3. Ochoa, Ulysses 42-5; 4. Stringham, Ulysses. 39-5'/?; 5. Henderson, Goodland, 39-5 '/<. Javelin — 1. Stover, Colby, 129-6; 2. Ochoa, Ulysses, 127-1; 3. Parker, Colby, 125-0; 4. Numrlch, Scott City, 123-1; 5. Stringham, Ulysses, 121-2. Long jump — 1. Chelemedos, Scott City, 19-9; 2. McCoy, Colby, 1B-10'/j; 3. Irvin, Ulysses, 17-10%; 4. Munerloh, Colby, 17-9%; 5. Vera, Ulysses, 17-7W. Pole vault — 1. Saltier, Scott City, 11-0; 2. Munderloh, Colby, 10-6; 3. Ochoa, Ulysses, 100; 4. Monies, Ulysses, 9-6; 5. Wilkens, Goodland, 9-6. 110m hurdles — 1. Alexander, Ulysses, 15.49; 2. Grimes, Ulysses, 17.53; 3. Medellin, Scott City, 18.56; 4. Everette, Ulysses, 18.59. 1,800m hurdles — 1. Mason, Goodland, 4:52.10; 2. Thompson, Scott City, 4:54.46; 3. Kendrick, Scott City, 5:02.80; 4. Baden, Colby, 5:04.91; 5. Lubbers, Ulysses, 5:31.13. Discus — 1. Stover, Colby, 127-6; 2. Doxon, Goodland, 126-11; 3. Miller, Scott City, 1105; 4. Garcia, Ulysses, 103-11; 5. Numrich, Scott City, 98-8. High jump — 1. Chelemedos, Scott City, 60; 2. John, Scott City, 5-4; 3. Lohr, Goodland, 54. Triple jump — 1. Chelemedos, Scott City, 40-9%; 2. Munderloh, Colby, 39-11%; 3. McCoy, Colby, 36-6'/2; 4. Vera, Ulysses, 35-7; 5. In/In, Ulysses, 35-2 V6. 3,200m relay — 1. Scott City, 9:23.66; 2. Colby, 9:28.19; 3. Ulysses, 9:58.67. 100m dash — 1. Simmering, Colby, 11.25; 2. Henderson, Goodland, 11.43; 3. Mason, Goodland, 11.58; 4. Morales, Goodland, 11.58; 5. Porras, Ulysses, 11.80. 400m relay — 1. Ulysses 46.39; 2. Colby, 46.67; 3. Goodland, 47.98. 400m dash — 1. Morales, Ulysses, 54.13; 2. Snow, Scott City, 54.42; 3. John, Scott City, 56.61; 4. Stephens, Colby, 56.88; 5. Elliot, Ulysses, 57.85. 600m run — 1. Stein, Ulysses, 2:03.18; 2. Thompson, Scott City, 2:03.71; 3. Kendrick, Scott City, 2:04.74; 4. Mason, Goodland, 2:09.58; 5. Sporing, Colby, 2:12.50. 3,200m run — 1. Baden, Colby, 11:02.30; 2. Chavez, Scott City, 11:40.60; 3. Arnberger, Colby, 11:47.70; 4. George, Scott City, 11:54.70; 5. Metcall, Ulysses, 12:19.80. 300m hurdles — 1. Grimes, Ulysses, 43.92; 2. Parker, Colby, 47.36; 3. Kuntzsch, Scott City, 47.76; 4. Medellin, Scott City, 48.81; 5. In/In, Ulysses, 48.87. 200m dash — 1. Simmering, Colby, 23.41; 2. Henderson, Goodland, 23.85; 3. Anderson, Ulysses, 24.29; 4. Elliot, Ulysses, 24.40; 5. Saltier, Scott City, 24.89. 1,600m relay — 1. Ulysses. 3:39.30; 2. Colby, 3:42.30. Girls Shot put — 1. Tedlord, Goodland, 32-9; 2. Stevenson, Ulysses, 31-11; 3. McFann, Scott City, 31-5; 4. Smith, Goodland, 30-7; 5. Rasmussen, Colby, 28-6 V4. Javelin — 1. Kersenbrock, Colby, 96-5; 2. Young, Colby, 88-0; 3. Bri Moral, Ulysses, 87-4; 4. Bra. Moral, Ulysses, 79-0; 5. Robinson, Scott City, 78-8. Discus — 1. Rasmussen, Colby, 102-B; 2. Stevenson, Ulysses, 101-8; 3. Smith, Goodland, 100-5; 4. Young, Colby, 97-8; 5. J. Stephens, Colby, 97-4. High jump — 1. Zerr, Ulysses, 4-10; 2. P. Stephens, Colby, 4-8; 3. Kile, Scott City', 4-8; 4. Billlnger, Goodland, 4-8; 5. Rielcheck, Goodland, 4-6. Long jump — 1. Smith, Ulysses, 14-6 V4; 2. Murray, Goodland, 14-3 'A; 3. Branscum, Ulysses, 14-1; 4. Holavach, Scott City, 14-0%; 5. Martin, Colby, H-OVfe. Pole vault — 1. Shelond, Goodland, 9-0; 2. Myers, Ulysses, 9-0; 3. Mason, Scott City, 9-0; 4. Hess, Scott City, 7-6; 5. Amthor, Goodland, 66. 100m hurdles - 1. Murray, Goodland, 17.01; 2. Zerr, Ulysses, 17.21; 3. Ariel, Colby, 18.38; 4. Turner, Scott City, 18.63; 5. Myers, Ulysses, 19.27. 1,600m run — 1. J. Stephens, Colby, 5:51.49; 2. Baird, Colby, 5:58.99; 3. P. Stephens, Colby, 6:02.61; 4. Scheuerman, Scott City, 6:14.82. 400m dash — 1. Mason, Scott City, 1:01.63; 2. Billlnger, Goodland, 1:04.49; 3. Weaver, Colby, 1:06.08; 4. Long, Ulysses, 1:07.79; S. Rletcheck, Goodland, 1:08.20. 800m run — 1. Antillon, Ulysses, 2:41.67; 2. Mason, Scott City, 2:42.20; 3. Gray, Ulysses, 2:45.18; 4. Thomas, Goodland, 2:46.29; 5. Stephens, Colby, 2:49.71. 3,200m run — 1. J. Stephens, Colby, 12:35.15; 2. Balrd, Colby, 12:51.46. Triple Jump — 1. Henry, Colby, 31-3%; 2. Smith, Ulysses, 30-7'/ 2 ; 3. Martin, Colby, 28-6; 3. Kite, Scott City, 27-11'/.; 5. Branscum, Ulysses, 27-8. 3,200m relay — 1. Scott City, 10:50.30; 2. Ulysses, 10:56.12; 3. Goodland, 11:27.55. 100m dash — 1. Barker, Colby, 12.54; 2. Blllinger, Goodland, 12.58; 3. Dempewoll, Colby, 12.64; 4. Robinson, Scott City, 12.90; 5. McLemore, Goodland, 13.27. 400m relay — 1. Colby, 54.02; 2. Goodland, 55.02; 3. Ulysses, 57.00. 300m hurdles — 1. Murray, Goodland, 51.78; 2. Zerr, Ulysses, 52.47; 3. Gray, Ulysses, 53.07; 4. Turner, Scolt Cily, 53.42; 5. Coon, Colby, 55.29. 200m dash — 1. Dempewoll, Colby, 27.19; 2. Moral, Ulysses, 27.99; 3. McLemore, Goodland, 29.38; 4. Griffith, Scott City, 30.06; 5. Echles, Scott City, 30.07. Qulnter Invitational Team scores Boys Hill City 101, Qulnter 93, St. Francis 79 1/3; Ellis 63, Weskan 46 1/3, Hoxle 45, Brewster 40, Wheatland 331/3, Winona-Triplains 21, Ransom-Western Plains 20, Rexford-Golden Plains, 16, Grlnnell 0, Healy 0, Almena-Northern Valley 0. Girls St. Francis 92, Hoxle 74, Ellis 69, Weskan 66, Hill City 48, Rexford-Golden Plains 39, Ransom-Western Plains 36V!), Healy 30, Grinnell 29, Wlnona-Trlplalns 28, Brewster 15, Wheatland 14, Almena-Northern Valley 8, Qulnter 3. Individual results Boys Shot put — 1. Erbert, Ellis, 43-8; 2. BreU, Triplains, 43-2; 3. Erwln, Hoxle, 42-7; 4. Gross, Western Plains , 47-2; 5. Spressor, Gol. Plains, 40-10; 6. Lutters, Western Plains, 37-3. Discus — 1. Erbert, Ellis, 154-1; 2. Weeden, SI. Francis, 111-7; 3. Heler, Wheatland, 107-6; 4. Hiss, Ellis, 105-9; 5. Kessler, Hill Cily, 105-6; 6. Barton, Ellis, 103-5. Jsvelln— 1. Weeden, SI. Francis, 152-6W; 2. Amreln, Ellis, 141-0; 3. Erbert, Ellis, 138-9V4; 4. Jeffrey, Hill City, 137-10%; 5. Spresser, Gol. Plains, 133-4'/S; 6. Worth, Qulnler, 126-3. High lump — 1. Rogers, Gol. Plains, 6-6; 2T. Jeffrey. Hill City, 5-5; 2T. Pfaff, Western Plains, 5-5; 4T. Osburn, Weskan, 5-4; 4T. Crabtree, St. Francis, 5-4; 4T. Zerr, Wheatland, 5-4. Long jump — 1. Welter, Hill City, 21-2'/<; 2. Collett Brewsler. 19-7%; 3. McAtee, St. Francis, 18-11 14; 4. Wolf. Wheatland, 18-9; 5. Baker, Hoxie, 18-3VS; 6. Covington, Hill City, 18-2. Triple jump — 1. Welter, Hill City, 42-10 VS; 2. Zerr, Wheatland, 41-4, 3. Knoll, Hill City, 412%; 4. Collett, Brewster, 39-11'/<; 5. Selby, Brewster. 39-5%; 6. Barrett. Triplains, 37-7 W. Pole vault — 1. Crabtree, St. Francis, 120; 2. Wolf, Oulnter, 11-6; 3. Unruh, Weskan, 116; 4. Keller, Ellis, 11 -6; 5. Wolf, Oulnter, 11 -6; 6. Osburn, Weskan, 9-0. 3,200m relay — 1.Qulnter, 9:02.03; 2. Weskan, 9:15.18; 3. St. Francis, 9:19.54; 4. Hoxie, 9:26.28; 5. Western Plains, 9:57.23; 6. Hill City, 10:04.64. 110m hurdles — 1. Sower, St. Francis, 17.17; 2. Casey, Ellis, 11.12; 3. Gerstner, Hill City, 11.35; 4. Cox, Weskan, 11.37; 5. McAtee, St. Francis, 11.42; 6. Jenner, Western Plains, 11.52. 100m dash — 1. Johnson, Qulnter, 11.04; 2. Casey. Ellis, 11.12; 3. Gerstner, Hill City, 11.35; 4. Cox, Weskan, 11.37; 5. McAtee, St. Francis, 11.42; 6. Jenner, Western Plains, 11.52. 1,600m run — 1. Powers, Qulnter, 5:04.12; 2. Leman, Hill City, 5:16.87; 3. Grab, Triplains, 5:28.14; 4. Thlelen, Quinter, 5:29.22; 5. Popp, Hoxle, 5:32.34; 6. Bussell, St. Francis, 5:36.54. 400m dash — 1. RaselIHe, Hill City, 54.07; 2. Kennedy, Wheatland, 54.34; 3. Lewallen, Triplains, 56.99; 4. Small, St. Francis, 57.20; 5. Unruh, Weskan, 57.65; 6. Wolf, Wheatland, 58.18. 400m relay — 1. Hill City, 45.58; 2. Hoxie, 46.74; 3. St. Francis, 47.33; 4. Qulnter, 47.78; 5. Ellis, 47.88; 6. Western Plains, 48.44. 300m hurdles — 1. Johnson, Qulnter, 41.89; 2 Trevor, St. Francis, 43.87; 3. Knoll, Hill Cily, 43.91; 4. Miller. Hoxie, 43.92; 5. Kinen, St. Francis, 46.69; 6. Honas, Ellis, 47.50. 800m run — 1. Selby, Brewsler, 2:07.21; 2. Powers, Quinter, 2:08.57; 3. McKenna, Hoxle. 2:10.92; 4. Or.hs, Qulnter, 2:16.78; 5. Broeckelman, Gol. Plains. 2:19.59; 6. Thielen, Qulnter, 2:22.22. 200m dash — 1. Johnson, Qulnter, 23.27; 2. Casey, Ellis, 23.34; 3. Gerstner, Hill City, 23.67; 4. Jenner, Western Plains, 23.86; 5. Cox, Weskan, 24.13; .6 Mader, Qulnter, 24.27. 3,200m run — 1. Collett, Brewster, 10:42.45; 2. Herschberger, Weskan, 10:47.05; 3. Selby, Brewster, 10:52.75; 4. Lemon, Hill City, 11:03.22; 5. Simon, Qulnter, 11:03.76; 6. Joslyn. Hoxie, 11:17.52. 1,600m relay — 1. Hill City, 3:37.85; 2. Qulnter, 3:41.32; 3. Hoxle, 3:42.02; 4. Wheatland, 3:42.33; 5. St. Francis, 3:46.43; 6. Weskan, 3:47.49. Girls Shot put —- 1. Reichert, St. Francis, 333</i; 2. Smilh, Triplains, 32-2%; 3. Crabtree, St. Francis, 29-4'/>; 4. Pope, Hoxle, 28-9V4; 5. Rogers, Western Plains, 28-5%; 6. Sexson, Weskan, 27-9%. Discus— 1. Taylor, Ellis, 115/0; 2. Dohm, Grinnell, 102-7; 3. Reichert, St. Francis, 99-4; 4. Crabtree, St. Francis, 87-1; 5. Herman, Hill Cily, 86-9; 6. Goetz, Hoxle, 86-7. Javelin — 1. Weeks, Western Plains, 1036; 2. Pope, Hoxie, 96-8; 3. Vollbracht, Grinnell, 94-8; 4. Nlckelson, Hill City, 90-6; 5. Wearer, Wheatland, 89-2; 6. Herman, Hill Cily, 88-10. High jump — 1. Grafel, Healy, 5-3; 2. Patric, Ellis, 4-10; 3. Rehmer, Grinnell, 4-8; 3T. Pratt, Hoxle, 4-8; 5T. Weaver, Wheatland, 4-8; 5T. Lawless, Weskan, 4-8. Long Jump — 1. Nulton, Weskan, 15-7%; 2. Heim, Hoxle, 15-5%; 3. Allen, Brewster, 152; 4. Voorhies, St. Francis, 15-2; 5. Grafel, Healy, 14-11 %; 6. Harvey, Qulnter, 14-7. Triple jump — 1. Broeckelman, Gol. Plains, 35-3; 2. Alexander, Hill City, 32-10%; 3. Voorhies, St. Francis, 31-4%; 5. Goetz, Hoxie, 30-8%; 6. Okeson, Weskan, 30-3 14. Pole vault — 1. Ross, St. Francis, 8-0; 2. Hllburn, Norton, 8-0; 3. Nulton, Weskan, 7-6; 4. Wolf, Ellis, 7-0; 5. Kroeger, Ellis, 6-6. 3,200m relay — 1. St. Francis. 10:57.14; 2. Hill City, 11:03.13; 3. Gol. Plains, 11:03.34; 4. Weskan, 11:31.33; 5. Wheatland, 11:33.25; 6. Western Plains, 11:49.85. 100m hurdles — 1. Welsh, Weskan, 17.39; 2. Grafel, Healy, 17.40; 3. Gfeller, Triplains, 18.22; 4. Schamberger, Hoxle, 18.34; 5. Keller, St. Francis, 1B.79; 6. Hunslcker, Ellis, 18.84. 100m dash — 1. Taylor, Ellis, 12.77; 2. Voorhies, St. Francis, 13.35; 3. Alexander, Hill • City, 13.45; 4. Nulton, Weskan, 13.49; ST. Vonlehe, Gol. Plains, 13.76; 5T. Hackney, Ellis, 13.76. 1,600m run — 1. Mlshler, Western Plains, 5:54.63; 2. McKlnney, Weskan, 6:02.93; 3. Rehmer, Grinnell, 6:03.45; 4. Wolf, Ellis, 6:08.92; 5. Nichols, Triplains, 6:13.80; 6. Gllle- spie, Wheatland, 6:18.43. 400m relay — 1. Gol. Plains, 55.42; 2. Brewster, 55.70;. 3. Weskan, 55.97; 4. Ellis, 57.03; 5. Western Plains, 59.91. 400m dash — 1. Ochs, Hoxle, 1:03.79; 2. Alexander, Hill City, 1:03.84; 3. Glenger, St. Francis, 1:06.79; 4. Taylor, Ellis, 1:07.48; 5. Harvey, Quinter, 1:07.82; 6. Staats, Gol. Plains, 1:07.90. 300m hurdles — 1. Grafel, Healy, 52.57; 2. Gfeller, Triplains, 53.21; 3. Lawless, Weskan, 53.30; 4. Goetz, Hoxle, 54.47; 5. Heim, Hoxie, 53.93; 6. Favnger, Hill City, 54.34. 800m run — 1. Ochs, Hoxie, 2:33.47; 2. Grace, St. Francis, 2:40.82; 3. McKlnney, Weskan, 2:41.25; 4. Rehmer, Grinnell, 2:44.39; 5. Spresser, Gol. Plains, 2:46.09; 6. Demmln, Hill City, 2:50.75. 200m dash — 1. Taylor, Ellis, 27.38; 2. Voorhies, St. Francis, 27.99; 3. Alexander, Hill City, 28.07; 4. Marin, St. Francis, 28.74; 5. Pleifer, Ellis, 28.91; 6. Rush, Brewster, 29.26. 3,200m run — 1. Mlshler, Western Plains, 12:52.93; 2. Wolf, Ellis, 12:56.09; 3. Gillespie, Wheatland, 13:10.84; 4. Nichols, Triplains, 13:14.65; 5. Helm, Hoxle, 13:56.95; 6. Eckols, Hill City, 14:14.24. 1,600m relay — 1. Hoxle, 4:25.56; 2. Gol. Plains 4:33.04; 3. St. Francis, 4:37.98; 4. Weskan, 4:41.33; 5. Hill City, 4:51.33; 6. Wheatland, 4:56.82. GOll Prep scores Hutchlnson Invitational Carey Park Golf Course Par: 71 Team scores Blue Valley West 293, Shawnee Mission South 301, Blue Valley Northwest 303, Maize 303, Wichita Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 305, Hays High 306, Wichita Bishop Carroll 306, Blue Valley 307, Shawnee Mission East 310, Manhattan 310, Salina South 311, Buhler 314, Arkansas City 315, Blue Valley North 315, Wichita Northwest 316, Dodge City 320, Garden City 323, Shawnee Heights 323, El Dorado 324, Shawnee Mission Northwest 324, Derby 326, Shawnee Mission North 327, Wichita Heights 329, Campus 332, Wichita East 332, McPherson 334, Lawrence 335, Hutchinson 338, Wichita Southeast 338, Junction City 344, Shawnee Mission West 344, Newton 349, Winfield 355, Great Bend 369, Topeka West 376, Sallna Central JV 387. Individual medalists I. Scott William, Shawnee Mission East, 68; 2. Josh Taylor, BVNW, 69; 3. Kyle Smell, BVW, 69; 4. Mike Green, BVW, 71; 5. Mike Rowe, WN, 71; 6. Drew Steffen, Hays High, 72; 7. Adam Blue, BV, 72; 8. Josh Russell, Maize, 72; 9. Aleks Spangler, SMN, 72; 10. Josh Weems, SMNW, 72. II. Nate Sargen, SMS, 82; 12. Mike Elafros, SMS, 72; 13. Tanner Clark, BVN, 73; 14. Drew Chadd, Carroll, 73; 15. Kyle Thacker, SMS, 73; 16. Nick Schlyer, Hays High, 74; 17. Kyle Tipton, Ark City, 74; 18. Trevor Hampton, BV, 74; 19. Clark Fry, Manhattan, 74; 20. Brandon Long, Ark City, 74. 21. Miles Chrlstenson, JC, 75; 22. Kevin Qulnley, SS, 75; 23. Tyler Harper, S. Heights, 75; 24. Rob Llppold, Kapaun, 75; 25. Chris Hermann, Carroll, 75. Other Hays High results Shelby Steffen, 79; Spencer Scott 81, Zach Patterson 87. Russell Invitational Team scores Pratt 341, Philllpsburg 365, TMP-Marian 365, Russell 367, Holslngton 367, Hays High JV 387, Elllnwood 392, Smith Center 318, Lamed 436. Individual medalists 1. Ben Eastes, Pratt, 81; 2. Cory Glnther, Russell, 82; 3. Cameron Werth, TMP, 85; 4. Danny Mason, Pratt, 86; 5. Kollen Cook, Holsington, 86; 6. Scott Krehblel, Pratt, 86; 7. Jeff Jarvls, Philllpsburg, 87; 8. Chris Schneider, Philllpsburg, 87; 9. Bronson Blasl, Pratt, 88; 10T. Tyler Hamlin, Russell, 89; 10T. Chris Delzer, Phllllpsburg, 89; 10T. Brent Schartz, Ellsworth, 89. Other local, area results TMP-Uartan 13T. Tyler Hallloan, 80; 1ST. Charles Carlson, 92; 26T. Nolan McNeil, 98; 26T. Shane Gottschalk, 98; 45T. Tanner Burkhart, 119. Hay* High JV 15. Zach Jordan, 91. 20T. Tyler While, 84; 22T. Nathan WindhoU, 86; 4QT. Jack Jeter, 107. Philllpsburg 16T. Nam Nguyen, 92; 1ST. Melinda Schremmer, 93; 26T. William Keesee. 98. Russell 25. Chad Counts. 97; 31T. Colby Rohleder, 99; 37T. Jordan Harrison. 105; 37T. Cameron Hopper, 105. Smith Center 1ST. Jesse Mudd, 93; 22T. Chase Conway. 95; 47. Trever Haas, 127; 48. Jacob Scott, 128; 49. Brandon Wllg, 144. Transactions Baseball MLB—Suspended Colorado RHP Jose Mesa for lour games and fined him an undisclosed amount for Intentionally throwing at the head area of San Francisco's Omar Vlzquel and fined San Francisco RHP Matt Morris an undisclosed amount for Intentionally throwing at Colorado's Matt Holllday and fined San Francisco pitching coach Dave Rlghettl an undisclosed amount for Inappropriate actions during the game on April 22. Suspended New York Mets RHP Yusaku Iriki lor 50 games for testing positive for a performance enhancing substance In violation of Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. American League KANSAS CfTY ROYALS—Placed OF Shane Costa on the 15-day DL. Called up OF Kerry Robinson from Omaha of the PCL. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Placed RHP Rich Harden on the 15-day DL. National League NEW YORK METS—Placed RHP Brian Bannister on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Victor Diaz to Norfolk of the IL. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Placed LHP Ricardo Rincon on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF John Gall from Memphis of the PCL. Basketball National Basketball Association NBA—Suspended Miami G-F James Posey one game without pay lor his actions in a playoff game against Chicago on April 27. Fined Miami Heal C Shaquille O'Neal $25,000 for publicly criticizing officials after an April 27 game against Chicago. Football National Football League BUFFALO BILLS—Signed RB Anthony Thomas. GREEN BAY PACKERS—Traded WR Javon Walker to Denver (or a 2006 second-round draft pick. TV Calendar Today AUTO RACING 12:30 p.m. FOX — NASCAR, Nextel Cup, Aaron's 499, at Talladega, Ala. 6 p.m. ESPN2 — NHRA, Thunder Valley Nationals, linal eliminations, at Bristol, Tenn. (same-day tape) GOLF 12:30 p.m. CBS — LPGA, Glnn Clubs & Resorts Open, final round, at Reunion, Fla. 2 p.m. CBS — PGA Tour, Zurich Classic, final round, at New Orleans Noon TBS — N.Y. Mets at Atlanta 1:10 p.m. WGN — Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs 7p.m. ESPN — Texas at Cleveland MOTORSPORTS NBA BASKETBALL Noon ABC — Playoffs, first round, game 4, Miami at Chicago 2:30 p.m. ABC — Playoffs, first round, game 4, Phoenix at L.A. Lakers 6:30 p.m. TNT — Playoffs, first round, game 4, Cleveland at Washington 9 p.m. TNT — Playoffs, first round, game 4, San Antonio at Sacramento 2a.m. ESPN — Playoffs, first round, game 4, teams TBA (delayed tape) NFL FOOTBALL ' 10a.m. ESPN -- Draft, at New York NHL HOCKEY 1 p.m. NBC — Regional coverage, playoffs, conference quarterfinals, game 5, Colorado at Dallas 7:30 p.m. OLN — Playoffs, conference quarterfinals, game 5, San Jose at Nashville SOCCER Noon ESPN2 — MISL, Championship Series, final game, Baltimore vs. St. Louis Monday MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6 p.m. ESPN — N.Y. Yankees at Boston FSN — Kansas City at Detroit NHL 9 p.m. OLN — Playoffs, conference quarterfinals, Game 6, Detroit at Edmonton FHSU: Future looks bright CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 "We've been tight at the plate all year trying to compensate for defense and once again that was the case," Hadley said. Sophomore shortstop Alyson Garmatz was 2-for-4 while senior first baseman Michelle Reed was l-for-3 with an RBI. Reed, Brittany Parker and Emily Askins were all celebrating their final home weekend and had banners with all three of their numbers — 9,18 and 15, respectively — displayed on the center field fence. Game 2 had sophomore Kelsey Roberts pitching for Fort Hays, which had a three-run fifth inning to take a 3-1 lead late in the game. "Part of that inning I was telling them that I was sick of seeing the same swing over and over again with the same result," Hadley said. "If you're not happy with the result you gotta change something in the process. That was the bottom line and they rose to the challenge. We just need to do that on a more consistent basis." Anna Herl started the fifth with a double and later scored n Emily Herl's double. Garmatz singled in Emily Herl and scored on sophomore Heather Teater's double. "Game 2 was just another example," Hadley said. "We actually strung some things together and made some adjustments but that was just for one inning and you can't do that." Mesa State answered with a three-run homer with two outs by junior Shelby Mellinger. Phillips (9-6) got the win in relief for the Mavericks while Roberts (7-14) suffered the loss for the Tigers. Freshman third baseman Alex Eaton led the Tiger bats, going 2- for-4 with one run scored and one RBI. The Tigers will end their season at 11 a.m. today with Rockefeller and Roberts, respectively, pitching. "As much a disappointment as this is, anyone who has watched our program all year, wow, we're young and we're going to be very good next year," Hadley said. "The future is bright, it's ju,sta matter of getting kids'in this program that can compete. You gotta want to compete, you gotta love to compete and that's the attitude we're looking for. We'll tweak the physical but we gotta have the mental and emotional first and I think we have a good nucleus of that coming back." Game note: • Freshman catcher Hallie McMillen extend her hitting streak to a team-best nine games. Sports reporter Nabil Shaheen can be reached at (785) 628-1081 ext. 127 or by e-mail at \ nshaheen & daily news. net. HHS golfers take 6th BY THE HAYS DAILY NEWS HUTCHINSON — The Hays High School boys' golf team finished sixth Friday at the 36-team Hutchinson Invitational at Carey Park Golf Course. On a day rainy, soggy, stormy day, the Indians shot 306, with senior Drew Steffen shooting a one- over 72 for sixth place. "I asked the kids what their goals were and they wanted to be in the top five," Hays High coach Mark Watts said. "My goal was for them to be in the top 10." The day started out at 8 a.m. and because of weather, didn't end until 5:30 p.m. "The day started out with clear skies, but than played one hole and had an hour and a half rain delay," Watts said. Senior Nick Schlyer placed 16th for the Indians, finishing at 74. "It was a sloppy course and the kids really showed they were good mudders out there and they were able to grind it out in those conditions," Watts said. The Indians were the fourth- best Class 5A school, finishing behind champion Blue Valley West (293), Wichita Kapaun-Mt. Carmel (305) and tying with Wichita Bishop Carroll (306). "I am so pleased with Drew Steffen," Watts said. "He was one over and finished in the top six. That's great for his resume. And Nick has been playing well all season." Sophomore Shelby Steffen finished at 79 and two freshmen, Spencer Scott and Zach Patterson, shot 81 and 87, respectively. "The two freshmen had a tough day," Watts said. "You find out how much patience you have and it tells us where we are right now as far as 5A schools." The Indians will see more of that tough competition from Class 5A and 6A when they travel to Junction City on Thursday. TMP golfers finish 3rd BY THE HAYS DAILY NEWS RUSSELL — Paced by a third- place finish for junior Cameron Werth, the Thomas More Prep- Marian boys' golf team placed third in a windy Russell Invitational on Thursday. Werth shot 85 for the Monarchs. Pratt's Ben Eastes won the individual crown, shooting an 81, while Russell's Cory Ginther was second at 82. As a team the Monarchs finished with a 365. Pratt won with a 341, and runner-up Phillipsburg shot 351. Jeff Jarvis paced the Panthers with a seventh-place finish at 87. TMP-Marian junior Tyler Halligan finished in a tie for 13th place at 90, while junior Charles Carlson shot 92 to finish in a tie for 16th, rounding out the top 20 for the Monarchs. Freshmen Nolan McNeil and Shane Gottschalk finished in a tie for 26th, each shooting a 98, while freshman Tanner Burkhart shot a 119 to tie for 45th. The Hays High School junior varsity also competed, taking sixth out of 10 teams. Sophomore Zach Jordan led the Indians with a 91 for 15th place. The TMP-Mar- ian JV team finished fifth In its meet at Russell with a 322. Sophomore Ed Kim led the Monarchs with a 98 to tie for fourth place.

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