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Page 16 SCHEDULE THURSDAY BASKETBALL SCHOLASTIC BOYS District 6 Class A Consolation al Central Cambria Nigh School Conemaugh Valley vs. Saltsburg, 7:30 p.m SCHOLASTIC GIRLS District 6 Class AA Consolation al Central Cambria High School Marion Center vs. Westmont Hilltop 6pm FRIDAY WRESTLING SCHOLASTIC WPIAL Class AAA Southwest Regional; at Robert Morris College with Indiana, Derry PIAA Class AA Southwest Regional! at University ot Pittsburgh at Johnstown with Elderton, United, Ligonier Valley PIAA Class AAA Northwest Reglonals at Clarion University with Punxsutawney SPORTS ON AIR THURSDAY Subject to change 1 p.m. — Exhibition baseball: Tigers vs Pirates, WCC.S-AM 11 60 1:30 p.m. — Golf: Barefoot Classic, first- round coverage, GLF 4 p.m. — PGA golf: Genuity Championship, first-round coverage, USA 5:30 p.m. — Auto racing: NASCAR Today WDAD-AM 1450 • 6 p.m. — Scholastic girls' basketball: District 6 Class AA playoffs. Marion Center vs Westmont Hilltop, WCCS-AM 1 160 I 7 p.m. — College basketball: Penn State at Iowa, ESPN, WCNS-AM 1480 ; 7:30 p.m. — Scholastic basketball: District 6 Class A playoffs, Saltsburg vs. Conemauoh Valley, WCCS-AM 1160 : 7:30 p.m. — NHL hocksy: Sabres at Flyers ESPN2 ' 8 p.m. — Auto racing: PRN Garage Pass WDAD-AM 1450 i 8 p.m. — NBA basketball: Suns at Spurs, , 9 p.m. — College basketball: Cincinnati at South Florida, ESPN : 10:30 p.m. — College basketball: California at UCLA, FSP FRIDAY ; 4:30 a.m. — Golf: Dubai Desert Classic, second-round coverage, GLF ' 7:45 a.m. — Auto racing: World of Racing WDAD-AM 1450 8:45 a.m. — Auto racing: Motorsport Report, WDAD-AM 1450 1 p.m. — Spanish League soccer ESPN2 ' 1:30 p.m. — Golf: Barefoot Classic, second- round coverage, GLF ; 4 p.m. — PGA golf: Genuity Championship, second-round coverage, USA 5 p.m. — NASCAR auto racing: Qualifying for UAWS-Daimler/Chrysler 400, FSP .' 5:30 p.m. — Auto racing: NASCAR Today WDAD-AM 1450 \ 7 p.m. — Scholastic basketball: WPIAL championship, FSP : 7 p.m. — College basketball: PSAC toura- ment, IUP vs. TBD, WCCS-AM 1160 ; 7:30 p.m. — ECHL hockey: Toledo at Johnstown, WODZ-AM 850 ; 3 p.m. — NHL hockey: Penguins at Rangers, ESPN, WLCY-FM 106 3 WPXZ-FM 104.1 8 p.m. — Auto racing: PRN Garaga Pass WDAD-AM 1450 9 p.m. — Scholastic basketball: WPIAL championship, FSP 9 p.m. — Boxing: Lopez vs. Buchannan, junior middleweight, ESPN2 • 10 p.m. — World of Outlaws auto racing: Silver State Shootout, TNN SOCCER ' U.S. SCHEDULE (Won 2, Lost 1) • Saturday, Jan. 27 — United States 2, China Saturday, Feb. 3 — Colombia 1, United States 0 . a-Wednesday, Feb. 28 — United States 2, Mexico 0 • Saturday, March 3 —vs. Brazil at Pasadena Calif., A p.m. .• a-Wednesday, March 28 — vs. Honduras at San Pedro Sula, Honduras, 8:30 p.m. : a-Wednesday, April 25 — vs. Costa Rica at Kansas City, Mo., 7:30 p.m. • a-Saturday, June 16 — vs. Jamaica at Kingston, Jamaica, 2 p.m. - a-Wednesday, June 20 — vs. Trinidad and Tobago at Foxboro, Mass., 7:30 p.m. a-June 30-July 4 — vs. Mexico at Mexico City a-Sept. 1 — vs. Honduras at Washington, 10a.m. a-SepL 5 — vs. Costa Rica at San Jose, Costa Rica a-Sunday, Oct. 7 — vs. Jamaica at Foxboro, Mass. a-Nov. 10-11 — vs. Trinidad and Tobago at Port-cf-Spam, Trinidad a-Wortd Cup qualifier WEDNESDAY'S SUMMARY : UNfTED STATES 2, MEXICO 0 •Mexico Q Q — Q '< United Stales 0 2 — 2 ! First half— Hone. Second half— 1, United States, Josh Wolff • (Mathis), 47th minute. 2, United States, Eamie -Stewart (Wolff), 87th minute. : Yellow Cards— Marquez, Mex, 36th; Wolff, ; US, 40th; villa, Mex, 56th. United States, Wolff . (4Q).Red Cards — None. Referee— Rodolfo Sibrian, El Salvador. Linesmen— Vladimir Fernandez, El Salvador, Raul Cartfona, El Salvador. . Attendance at Columbus, Chic— 24,624. Lineups ' Mexico — Jorge Campos; Claudio Suarez, • Rafael Marquez (Victor Ruiz 691fi), Salvador .Carmona (Miguel Zepeda 56th), Alberto Macias; Marco A. Ruiz, Pavel Pardo, German ,' Villa, Braulio Luna (Jesus Arellano 75th); Luis < Hernandez, Francisco Palencia. ; United Slates— Brad Friecfel; Eddie Pope, • David Regis, Tony Sanneh, Jeff Agoos; Chris ."Armas, Claudio Reyna (Clint Mathis 43rtJ), •Cobi Jones, Eamis Stewart; Joe-Max Moore '' (Carlos Llamosa 79th), Brian McSride (Josh •Wolff 15th). ; ON THIS DATE MARCH 1 , 1973 — Robyn Smith becomes the first woman jockey to win a stakes race when she • rides North Sea to victory in the Paumonok « Handicap at Aqueduct Race Track in New York. ', 1986 — Billy Cunningham, Tom Heinsohn iand Red Hclzman are named to the Basketball J Hall of Fame. i 1988 — Wayne Gretzky ol the Edmonton JOilers becomes the NHl's all-time assist .leader, breaking the longtime mark of Gordie • Howe. In his ninth season, Gretzky picked up i assist No. 1,050 in a game against the Los '.Angeles Kings. Gretzky takes 681 gamss to surpass the record that took Howe 1,767 games to set 1994 — NBA referee Steve Javie ejects Indiana radio analyst Mike Rice in the third quarter of the Pacers' 106-94 victory over the ' Portland Trail Steers. Scoreboard NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W i. T OL Pis GF GA Philadelphia 33 19 10 2 78192 168 New Jersey 31 17 12 3 77210154 Pittsburgh 32 22 72 73209 194 N.Y. Rangers 26 32 4 1 57197 219 N.Y. Islanders 17 38 5 3 42143 204 Northeast Division W L T OL Pis GF GA Ottawa 36 17 8 2 82199 151 Buffalo 34 23 5 1 74169 147 Toronto 29 22 10 4 72194 162 Boston 26 24 6 7 65170 193 Montreal 22 34 5 4 53159 188 Southeast Division W L T OLPts GF GA Washington 32 20 10 1 75177 158 Carolina 27 24 83 65160 169 Florida 17 32 8 8 50152 196 Atlanta 18 33 10 2 48167 220 Tampa Bay 16 38 6 3 41154224 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T OL Pts GF GA Detroit 39 16 6 4 88197163 St. Louis 39 16 7 2 87210148 Chicago 27 29 5 3 62176 186 Nashville 25 29 8 2 62151 163 Columbus 20 31 7 6 53146 187 Korfhwesl Division W L T OLPts GF GA Colorado 40 12 9 2 91211 146 Vancouver 33 21 5 5 76201 188 Edmonton 3024 9 271180176 Calgary 22 25 11 4 59154 178 Minnesota 22 29 8 3 55133 154 Pacific Division W L T OLPts GF GA San Jose 34 19 10 0 78171 139 Dallas 35 22 5 2 77178 156 Phoenix 29 21 12 2 72169 162 Los Angeles 28 26 8 1 65201 189 Anaheim 18 34 8 5 49150 198 Two points fora win, one point fora tie and overtime loss. Wednesday's Games Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 2 Columbus 5, Phoenix 2 N.Y. Bangers 4, Florida 2 Toronto 2, San Jose 1 Edmonton 5, St. Louis 3 Vancouver 5, Dallas 4 Detroit 3, Anaheim 1 Thursday's Games San Jose al Ottawa, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay at Boston, 7 p.m. Toronto at Washington, 7 p.m. Buffalo at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Carolina at N.Y. Islanders, 7:30 p.m. Columbus at Nashville, 8 p.m. Los Angeles at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Minnesota at Calgary, 9 p.m. Friday's Games Carolina at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m. Atlanta at Florida, 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at N.Y. Rangers, 8 p.m. Minnesota at Edmonton, 9 p.m. Detroit at Phoenix, 9 p.m. St. Louis at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Dallas at Anaheim, 10:30 p.m. CANADIENS 4, PENQUINS 2 Pittsburjh 0 i 1 2 Montreal 11 2—4 First Period—1. Montreal, Campbell 7 (Petrov, Koivu), 1S:49. Penalties—Kovalev, Pit (hooking), 7:44; Kasparaitis, Pit (unsports- manlike conduct), 11:54; Petrov, Mon (roughing), 11:54; Stevens, Pit, double minor (elbowing, roughing), 17:29. Second Period—2, Montreal, Campbell 8 (Traverse, Koivu), 10:49 (pp). 3. Pittsburgh, Oliwa 1 (Lemieux, Jagr), 16:22. Penalties— Krdina. Pit (high-sticking), :44; Linden, Mon (interference), 1:58; Soughner, Pit, major (fighting), 4:19; Belanger, Mon, minor-major (unsportsmanlike conduct, fighting), 4:19; Lartdry, Man (holding), 7:03; Hrdina, Pit (holding), 9:48; Oliwa, Pit (roughing). 13:29; Montreal bench, served by Petrov (too many men), 18:31. Third Period—4, Montreal, Koivu 10 (Kilger, Dykhuis). 12:49.5, Pittsburgh, Jagr 33,16:50. 6, Montreal, Koivu 11 (Petrov, Oykhuis), 17:53. Penalties—McKenna, Pit, major (fighting), 3:28; Souray, Mon, minor-major (roughing, fighting), 3:28; Laukkanen, Pit (cross- checking), 18:03; Kasparaitis. Pit (charging); Koivu, Mon, double minor (slashing, cross- checking), 18:03. Shots on goaf—Pittsburgh 6-14-8—28 Montreal 17-9-13—39. Missed Penalty Shot—Rucinsky, Mon 4-19 second. Power-play Opportunilies—Pittsburgh 0 of 5; Montreal 2 of 6. Goalies—Pittsburgh. Aubin 17-11-0 (39 shots-35 saves). Montreal, Theodore 15-52-3 (28-26). A—21,273 (21,273). Referees—Rob Snick. Brian Murphy. Linesmen—Don Henderson, Jean Morin BLUE JACKETS 5, COYOTES 2 Phoenix 10 1—2 Columbus 11 3—5 First Period—1, Columbus, Heinze 20 (Knutsen, Selivanov), 2:45 (pp). 2, Phoenix, Roenick 25 (Numminen, Tkachuk), 11:55 (pp). Second Period—3, Columbus, Vyborny 9 (Heinze, Kron), 1:44. Third Period—4, Columbus, Aubin 13 (Kron, Grand-Pierre), 7:35.5, Columbus. Quint 2 (Heinze), 9:17. 6, Phoenix, Doan 18 (Roenick, Nectar), 16:44. 7, Columbus, nmander 1 {Kron, Wright), 18:44 (en). Shots on goal—Phoenix 7-11-9—27 Columbus 11-12-11—34. Goalies—Phoenix, Burke. Columbus Denis A—18,136 (18,007). MAPLE LEAFS 2, SHARKS 1 San Jose 01 D — 1 Toronto 10 1—2 First Period—1, Toronto, Corson 8 (Perreault, Belak), 13:49. Second Period—2, San Jose, Ricci 12 (Thornton, Sundstrom), :46 (pp). Third Period—3, Toronlo, Berezin 20 (Perreault), 3:44. Shots on goal—San Jose 5-12-22—39 Toronto 15-5-8—28. Goalies—San Jose, Shields. Toronto Joseph. A—19,207 (18.800). RED WINGS 3, DUCKS 1 Detroit 10 2 3 Anaheim o 0 1 1 Rrst Period—1, Detroit, Duchesne 6 (Lidstrom, Yzerman), 4:32 fpp). Second Period—None. Third Period—2, Detroit, Larionov 8 (Lapointe, Lidstrom), 6:25 (pp). 3, Detroit Verbeek 13 (Larionov, Lapointe), 16:28 (pp). 4, Anaheim, Trtov 7 (Crowley, Ronnqvist), 19:50.' Shots on goal—Detroit 14-7-13—34 Anaheim 3-11-11—25. Goalies—Detroit, Legace. Anaheim. Giguere. A—15,761 (17,174). LEADERS Through Feb. 27 GP G A PTS Sakic,Col 63 36- 52 88 Janr, Pit 62 32 50 82 Konlev.Pit 62 39 38 77 Fleury, NYR 62 30 44 74 Palffy.LA 54 29 41 70 Allison, Bos 63 25 45 70 Forsberg.Col 55 23 46 69 Strata, Pit 62 22 47 69 Bure,Fla 64 43 25 68 Robitaille, LA 63 30 38 68 Weight Edm 64 17 51 68 Audette, Att 58 29 37 66 Yashin, Ott 63 28 38 66 RANGERS 4, PANTHERS 2 Florida oo 2—2 N.Y. Rangers 12 1 4 First Period—1, New York. Leelch 16 (Gusarov, Messier), 6:46 (pp). Second Period—2, New York, McCarthy 7 (Johnsson), 3:30. 3, New York, Nedved 24 (Hlavac, Johnsson), 18:20. Third Period—4, Florida, Adams 8 (Sillinger, Prospal), 8:24. 5, New York, Dvorak 19 (Hlavac), 10:36. 6, Florida, Adams 9 (Boyle Sillinger), 19:10 (pp). Shots on goal—Florida 11-8-21—40 New York 15-11-8—34. Goalies—Florida, Luongo, Kidd. Mew York McLean. A—18,200 (18,200). OILERS 5, BLUES 3 St. Louis 11 1—3 Edmonton 12 i — 5 First Period—1, Edmonton, Weight 18 (Comrie), 3:08 (pp). 2. St. Louis. Young 32 (Turgeon), 16.35 (pp). Second Period—3, Edmonton, Poli 10 (Murray), 4:51. 4, Edmonton, Horcoff 8 (Smith, Carter), 6:41. 5, St. Louis, Young 33 (Reasoner), 11:16(sh). Third Period—6, St. Louis, Turgeon 26 (Khavanov), 7:49. 7, Edmonton, Grier 15 (Moreau), 11:20. 3, Edmonton, Cleary 10 (Weight. Zholtok), 19:50 (en). Shots on goal—SI. Louis 5-9-2—16 Edmonton 8-6-10—24. Goalies—St. Louis, Turek. Edmonton, Salo A—16,346 (17,100). CANUCKS 5, STARS 4 Dallas 11 2—4 Vancouver 12 2 5 Rrst Period—1, Vancouver, Naslund 37 (Ohlund, Bertuzzi), 2.24 (pp). 2, Dallas. Langenbrunner 8 (Van Allen), 19.24. Second Period—3, Vancouver, D.Sedin 17 (H.Sedin, Ohlund), 9:54. 4, Dallas, Zubov 9 (MacLean, Keane), 12:18. 5, Vancouver Sehaefer13(Cassels), 19:44. Third Period—6, Dallas, Marshall a (Lukowich, Hogue), 10:39. 7, Vancouver Jovanovski 9 (Klatt, D.Sedin), 11:30. B. Vancouver, Pederson 4 (Cooke). 14:46. 9, Dallas, Modano 22 (Hull, Sydor), 19:46. Shots on goal—Dallas 8-6-8—22 Vancouver 5-7-13-^25. Goalies—Dallas, Belfour. Vancouver Cloutier. A—18,103(18,422). ECHL Northeast Division W L T Pis GF GA x-Trenton 39 14 3 81 171 124 Charlotte 27 20 11 65200 203 Richmond 30 24 4 64 178 179 Roanoke 29 24 4 62 173 155 Greensboro 24 29 7 55 184 219 Northwest Division W L T Pis GF GA Peoria 34 14 9 77 180 145 Toledo 34 21 6 74 232 215 Dayton 33 18 5 71 184 158 Johnstown 23 28 6 52158 181 Wheeling 19 30 7 45 155 203 Southeast Division W L T Pts GF GA South Carolina 33 18 5 71 188 159 Tallahassee 31 20 6 68199 168 Pee Dee 31 21 5 67 192 176 Florida 28 23 6 62 186 196 Greenville 28 27 3 59 174 183 Augusta 27 25 5 59187 199 Southwest Division W L T Pts GF GA Louisiana 31 20 6 68 183 169 Mississippi 30 24 4 64 179 163 New Orleans 2821 8 64189188 Arkansas 26 18 12 64 162 177 Mobile 29 26 4 62 192 193 Jackson 28 23 6 62 147 166 Baton Rouge 25 23 8 58 165 179 Pensacola 24 28 4 52 171 199 Birmingham 24 29 3 51 180 232 x-clinched playoff berth. NOTE: Two points are awarded for a victory; overtime and shoolout losses earn one point and are referred lo as lies. Wednesday's Game New Orleans 3, Florida 2 Thursday's Garao Roanoke at Trenton Friday's Games Toledo at Johnstown, 7 p.m. Baton Rouge al Tallahassee Richmond al Pee Dee Greenville at South Carolina Roanoke at Trenton Charlotte at Augusta Birmingham at Arkansas Louisiana at New Orleans Wheeling at Peoria Pensacola at Mobile Jackson at Mississippi BOXING FIGHT SCHEDULE Nalional TV in psrenlheses March 2 At Turning Stone Casino, Verona, N.Y., Ivan Robinson, Philadelphia, vs. Andre Cray, Columbus. Ohio, 10, welterweight; Jacqui Frazier-Lyde, Philadelphia, vs. Genevia Buckhaller, Columbus, Miss., 6, super middleweights; Laila Ali, Los Angeles, vs. Bethany Payne, Allanta, 6, super middeweights. Al Texas Station Gambling Hall & Casino Us Vegas (ESPN2) Tony Marshall, Guyana, vs! Alex Bunema. Congo, 10, middleweight5. March 3 At ManrJalay Bay, Las Vegas (PPV), Evander Holyfield, Atlanta, vs. John Ruiz, Methuen Mass., 12, for Holyfteld's WBA heavyweight litle; Tim Austin. Cincinnati, vs. Jesus Perez. Colombia, 12, for Austin's 1BF bantamweight title; Misuel Angel Gonzalez, Mexico, vs. Manuel Gomez. Mexico, 10, welterweights. March 10 At Caesars Palace, Las Vegas (HBO). Shane Mosley. Pomona, Calif., vs. Shanhan Taylor, Australia, 12, for Mosley's WBC welterweight title. March 16 At Blue Horizon, Philadelphia (ESPN2), Lamar Murphy, Miami, vs. Efren Hinojosa, Lakeside. Calif., 12 lightweights. March 17 At Silver Staar Casino, Philadelphia, Miss., Ray Mercer, Absecon, N.J.. vs. Shermari Williams. Las Vegas, 10, heavyweights March 23 At Texas Station Gambling Hall and Hotel (SHO), Las Vegas, David Tua, New Zealand, vs. Danell Nicholson, Chicago, 12, heavyweights: Clifford Elienne, Baton Rouge, La., vs. Fres Oquendo, Chicago, 10. heavyweights. At SportsCenter, Owensboro. Ky.. (ESPN2), Clarence "Bones" Adams, Henderson, Ky.. vs. Yobert Ortega, Venezuela. 12, for Adams' WBA super bantamweight title. March 24 At MGM Grand. Las Vegas (HBO), Oscar De La Hoya, Whittier, Calif., vs. Arturo Gatti, Jersey City, N.J., 12, weltenveights. At Munich, Germany (HBO), Wladimir Klitschko, Ukraine, vs. Derrick Jefferson, San Dieoo, 12, for Klitschko's WBO heavyweight title. March 29 At Cobo Arena, Detroil, James Toney, Detroit vs. Saul Montana, Mexico. 10, cruiser- weishts. March 30 At the Convention Center, Fort Worth, Texas (ESPN2), Paulie Ayala, Fort Worth, vs. Genaro Garcia, Mexico, 12, WBA bantamweight title. COLLEGE BASKETBALL WEDNESDAY'S SCORES MEN EAST Babson 83, W. Connecticut 75 Boston College 67, St. John's 62 Dayton 83, Fordham 70 Delaware St. 70, Albany, N.Y. 58 FredoniaSt. 71, Hamilton 70 Froslburg St. 99, Bethany.W.Va. 83 Georgetown 74, Rutgers 58 Rhode Island 86, Duquesne 75 Richard Stockton 60, Baruch 58 St. Bonaventure 78, George Washington 73 St. Lawrence 81, Alfred 79 Temple 60, La Salle 58 Villanova74, Seton Hall 55 Williams 77, Suffolk 68 SOUTH Arkansas 66, Alabama 63 Belmont Abbey 88, Anderson, S.C. 70 Charlotle 90, DePaul 66 College of West Va. 99, Knoxville 94 Florida 72. Vanderbilt 62 Florida St. 69. Georgia Tech 59 Georgia 94, Mississippi St. 73 Kenlucky 90, Auburn 78 LSU 78, Mississippi 77, OT Lindsey Wilson 66, North Greenville 60 Marshall 63, Bowling Green 55 Miami 73, West Virginia 66 Morgan St. 87, N. Carolina AST 83 North Carolina 76. N.C. Slate 63 North Georgia 96, Souwern Wesleyan 82 Queens, N.C. 108, Limestone 88 Southern Miss. 74, Memphis 55 Virginia 84, Clemson 65 MIOW5ST Ball St. 81, Akron 62 Cent. Michigan 64, E. Michigan 57 Indiana 89, Minnesola 53 Iowa St. 80, Texas Tech 63 Kansas 77, Kansas St. 65 Kent St. 99, Buffalo 65 Miami (Ohio) 76, Ohio 72 NW Missouri St. 79, Pittsburg St. 64 Nebraska 97, Texas A&M 69 Northwestern 75. Michigan 70 Saint Louis 76, Tulane 66 W. Michigan 67, N. Illinois 62 Washburn 66, Missouri Southern 61 SOUTHWEST Houston 66, Marquelte 64 Oklahoma 86, Colorado 67 Oklahoma St. 71, Baylor 68 FAR WEST Long Beach St. 78, UC Riverside 52 TOURNAMENTS CVA Coherence Quarterfinals Longwood 81. Mount Olive 68 ECAC III Metro Quarterfinals NYU 70, Rutgers-Newark 64 ECAC III Upstate First Round Geneseo St. 95. Rochester Tech 79 RPIGI.CortlandSt. 56 Trans America Athletic Conference First Round Florida Atlantic 70, Campbell 65 UCF 100, Jacksonville St. 57 WOMEN EAST Amhersl 84, Fraroingnam St. 48 Bowdoin 61, E. Connecticut 53 Cortland St. 62, St. Lawrence 60 James Madison 68, American U. 51 Mount St. Mary, N.Y. 66, RPI 54 Richard Stockton 90, St. Joseph's N Y 79 OT Rutgers-Camden 71. York, N.Y. 32 Springfield 60, S. Maine 49 Swarthmore 66, Gwynedd Mercy 55 Wellesley 56, MIT 49 SOUTH Belmont Abbey 83, Barton 50 Centre 87, Thomas More 86 East Carolina 59, William & Mary 56 Lindsey Wilson 64, Union, Ky. 61 Loyola, NO 51, Tougaloo37 Old Dominion 93, Va. Commonwealth 82 TuskegeeBB, Lane 61 MIDWEST Cent. Missouri 95. Pittsburg St. 91, 20T Defiance 90, Penn St.-Behrend 59 Gannon 73, Wayne, Mich. 67 Hilfsdate 85, Ferris St. 78 Miami (Ohio) 72, Bowling Green 59 Missouri 78. Colorado 61 Sterling 65, Friends 61 Toiedo 70. Buffalo 59 W. Michigan 86, E. Michigan 33 SOUTHWEST Baylor 74. Kansas St. 57 Kansas 75, Texas ASM 62 Oklahoma 65, Texas 54 Oklahoma St. 77, Nebraska 66 Texas Tech 68. Iowa St. 60 TOURNAMENTS Big South Conference First Round Charleston Southern 65. Radford 60 Elon 67, Winthrop 53 High Point 65, Coastal Carolina 60 Liberty 57, N.C.-Asheville 49 DAC-10 Tournament Championship Huron 63, Mayville St. 60 ECACTII Metro First Round Montclair St. 75, Hunter 58 ECAC South First Round W. Maryland 82, Franklin & Marshall 80. OT Great Lakes Valley Conference First Round SlU-Edwardsviile 59, Indianapolis 58 NCAA Division 111 Playoffs First Round Maryville. Tenn. 77, Christopher Newport 65 Ohio Weslyn 67, Lake Forest 55 St. Thomas. Minn. 69, Claremont-Mudd 59 Peach Belt Conference First Round Columbus Si. 79, Augusta SI. 63 Francis Marion 69, Kennesaw 57 SIA Conference First Round Albany. Ga. 72, Clark Allanta 69 NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS MEN'S DIVISION II INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The top regional teams in the NCAA Division II men's college basketball, with records through Feb 25- East 1. Queens, N.C. 22-4 2. Salem International 21-5 3. West Chester 20-6 4. Edinboro 20-6 5. Longwood 19-7 6. Charleston. W.Va. 20-6 ' 7. Bloomsburg 19-7 8. Pfeiffer 19-7 9. West Virginia Tech 18-8 10. Fairmont Slate 20-9 WOMEN'S DIVISION i) INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The top regional learns in the NCAA Division II women's college basketball poll, with records through Feb. 27- East LShippensburg 22-4 2. West Chester 22-4 3. Bloomsburg 21-5 4. Pittsburgh-Johnstown 24-3 5. Miliersville21-5 6. West Liberty State 22-4 7. Queens (N.C.) 22-4 8. Shepherd (W.Va.) 20-6 EXHIBITION BASEBALL EXHIBITION Thursday's Games Detroit vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla 1:05 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Tampa Bay at St. Petersburg, Fla., 1:05 p.m. New York Yankees vs. Toronto at Dunedin Fla., 1:05 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Cleveland at Winter Haven Fla., 1:05 p.m. Georgia Tech vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee, Ha. 1:05 p.m. Florida State vs. Florida at Viera, Fla,, 1 05 p.m. Arizona vs. Colorado at Tucson, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Oakland vs. Milwaukee at Phoenix, 3:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco at Scottsdale, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Seattle vs. San Diego at Peoria, Ariz., 3'05 p.m. (charity) Minnesota vs. Boston at Fort Myers Fla 7:05 p.m. Montreal vs. New York Mets at Port St Lucie, Fla., 7:10 p.m. Friday's Games Baltimore vs. St. Louis at Jupiter, Fla., 12:05 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Detroit at Lakeland, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Cleveland (ss) vs. Cincinnati (ss) at Sarasota, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Kansas City vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater Fla., 1:05 p.m. Toronto vs. New York Yankees at Tampa Fla., 1:15 p.m. Cleveland (ss) vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay vs. Florida at Viera, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Houston vs. Los Angeles at Vero Beach, Fla 1:05 p.m. Seattle vs. Anaheim at Tempe, Ariz., 2:05 p.m. Chicago While Sox vs. Arizona at Tucson Ariz., 3:05 p.m. Milwaukee (ss) vs. Oakland at Phoenix, 3:05 p.m. San Francisco vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz., 3:05 p.m, Milwaukee (ss) vs. Colorado at Tucson, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. New York Mets vs. Montreal at Jupiter, Fia 7:05 p.m. Cincinnati (ss) vs. Minnesota al Fort Myers Fla., 7:05 p.m. Saturday's Games Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati at Sarasota, Fla 1:05 p.m. Texas vs. Boston at Fort Myers, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Atlanta vs. Tampa Bay at St. Petersburg Fla., 1:05 p.m. Philadelphia vs. Toronto at Dunedin Fla 1:05 p.m. Cleveland vs. Detroit at Lakeland, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Florida vs. Houston at Kissimmee, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. Baltimore a! Fort Lauderdale Fla., 1:05 p.m. Los Angeles vs. New York Mets al Port St Lucie, Fla., 1:10 p.m. Montreal vs. Si. Louis at Jupiter, Fla., 1:10 p.m. Kansas City vs. New York Yankees at Tampa Fla., 1:15 p.m. Arizona vs. Chicago White Sox at Tucson, Ariz.. 3:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (ss) vs. Milwaukee al Phoenix, 3:05 p.m. Anaheim vs. Oakland at Phoenix. 3:05 p.m. Seattle (ss) vs. San Diego at Peoria, Ariz 3:05 p.m. Colorado vs. San Francisco at Scottsdale, Ariz.. 3:05 p.m. Seattle (ss) vs. Chicago Cubs (ss) at Mesa, Ariz.. 3:05 p.m. Sunday's Games New York Yankees vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenlon, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Boston vs. Minnesola at Fort Myers Ha 1:05 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Texas at Port Charlotte Fla 1:05 p.m. Detroit vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, Fla 1:05 p.m. Houston vs. Kansas City at Haines City Fla 1:05 p.m. Toronto vs. Cleveland at Winter Haven Fla 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee. Fla 1:05 p.m. New York Mets vs. Florida at Viera, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Baltimore vs. Los Angeles at Vero Beach Fla., 1:05 p.m. SI. Louis vs. Montreal at Jupiter, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Oakland vs. Anaheim at Tempe, Ariz., 2:05 p.m. Milwaukee vs. Chicago While Sox (ss) at Tucson. Ariz.. 3:05 p.m. Arizona vs. Colorado (ss) at Tucson Ariz 3:05 p.m. San Diego vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., 3:05 p.m. San Francisco vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa. Ariz.. 3:05 p.m. Colorado (ss) vs. Chicago White Sox (ss) at Tucson. Ariz., 9:05 p.m SKI REPORT THURSDAY'S CONDITIONS LEBANON, N.H. (AP) —Ulest skiing conditions as supplied by SnoCounlry Mounlain Reports. Skiing conditions are subject to change due to weather, skier traffic and other factors. Be aware of changing conditions- NORTHEAST Pennsylvania Blue Knob — Thu 8:51a machine groomed snow 3D - 35 base 20 of 34 trails, 59% open sm. 9a-10p Hidden Valley — Trm 8:00a loose granular 12 - 26 base 12 of 26 trails. 46% open Thu- 9a-6p; Fri: 9a-10p Laurel f/ountain — Thu 8:DOa loose granular 35 - 45 base 13 ot 22 trails. 59% open, 2 of 5 lifts , Mon-Fri: 4p-10p; Sat: 9a-10p Seven Springs — Thu 3:02a machine groomed snow 36 - 54 base 30 of 31 trails 97% open. 11 of 14 lifts, sm. 9a-10p Ski Denton — Open Fri-Tue w/ 22 trails 5 lifts; Call 814-435-2115 New York Holiday Valley — Wed 5:00p loose granular 30 - 64 base 47 of 52 trails, S0% open. 13 ol 13 lifts. Mon-Fri: 9a-10p: Sat/Sun: 8:30a-10p Kissing Bridge — Thu 2a sany frozen granular 10-40 base 17 ot 36 trails, 47% open, 2 of 10 lifts , Mon-Thu: 9a-10:30p: Fri: 9a-12a- Sat:9a-10:30pSun:9a-8p Peek'n Peak — Wed 7:38p 1 new loose granular 28 - 52 base 25 ol 28 trails, 93% open. 5 of 9 lifts, sm. Mon-Fri: 9:30a-10p; Sat: 8:30a-1C:30p; Sun: 8:30a-10p TRANSACTIONS WEDNESDAY'S MOVES BASEBALL National League FLORIDA MARLINS—Agreed to Icims with RHP Hector Almonte, RHP A.J. Burnelt, RHP Jason Grilli, LHP Armando Almanza, LHP Geoff Goetz, OF Chad Mottola and C Mike Redmond on one-year contracts. MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Agreed to terms with LHP Valerio De Los Santos on a one-year contract. MONTREAL EXPOS—Agreed to terms with IfJF-OF Geoff Blum, RHP Britt Reames, INF Tomas De La Rosa, LHP Scotf Oowns and RHP Scott Strickland on one-year conlracts. American League ANAHEIM ANGELS—Agreed to terms with RHP Mike Fyhrie, Elvin Nina, Ben Weber and OF Nathan Haynes. CLEVELAND INDIANS-Agreed lo terms with SS Omar Vizquel on a two-year conlract extension. DETROIT TIGERS—Agreed to terms with RHP Adam Bernero, RHP Dave Borkowski, HHP Seth Greisinger, RHP Shane Heams, RHP Kris Keller, RHP Shane Loux, LHP Mike Maroth, LHP Matt Miller. LHP Adam Pettyjohn, RHP Luis Pineda, LHP Matt Perisho, INF Jermaine Clark, IMF Jose Macias and INF Pedro Santana, C Brandon Inge, OF Andres Torres, OF Chris Wakeland and OF Billy McMillon on one-year contracts. MINNESOTA TWINS—Agreed lo terms with OF Brian Buchanan, RHP Malt Kinney, RHP Willie Martinez, LHP Travis Miller and 2B Luis Rivas on one-year contracts. TEXAS RANGERS-Agreed to terms with RHP Brian Sikorski on a one-year contract. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHICAGO BULLS—Activated G A.J, Guylon from the injured list. Placed G Khalid EI-Amin on the injured list. DALLAS MAVERICKS—Signed G Vernon Maxwell. DENVER NUGGETS—Activated C Terry Davis from the injured list. Placed G Anthony Goldwlre on tha injured list. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS—Activated C Erick Dampier from the injured list. Placed F Chris Mullin on the injured list. Waived F Ruben Garces. HOUSTON ROCKETS—Signed G Sean Colson to a 10-day contract Placed F Malt Bullard on the injured list. MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES—Signed G Felipe Lopez (or the remainder of the season FOOTBALL National Football League CAROLINA PANTHERS—Released CB Eric Davis, FB William Floyd, LB Lee Woodall and OL Jems Dexter. DALLAS COWBOYS—Released CB Ryan McNeil and LB Joe Bowden. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Released CB James Hasty and DT Chester McGlockton NEW YORK GIANTS—Named Eric Studssville running backs coach. Signed P Rodney Williams. NEW YORK JETS—Announced the retirement of Bill Hampton, equipment manager. Named Clay Hampton equipment manager PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Offered contract tenders to K David Akers, CB Jason Bostic, CG Hank Fraley. LB Ike Reese, OL Ryan Schau. MLB Jeremiah Trotter and DE-DT Brandon Whiting. PITTSBURGH STEELERS—Released C Dermontti Dawson. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Waived QB Ryan Leaf, CB DeRon Jenkins, CB Darryll Lewis, RB Robert Chancey and G Kevin Gogan. Agreed lo terms with QB Dave Dickenson on a two-year contract. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS—Offered contract tenders to TE Itula Mill, LS Jean-Phil!ipe f>=f^e, TE Rufus French and S Maurice Kelly TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Signed LB Jamie Duncan, RB Rabin Abdullah. DT James Cannida, CB Brian Keltay, and C-G Todd Washington to one-year contracts XFL ORLANDO RAGE—Claimed G Derrick Turner olf waivers. Traded G Derrick Turner and OE Sterling Palmer to Chicago for DT Corey Mayfield. HOCKEY National Hockey League NHL—Suspended St. Louis Blues D Darren Rumble two games for kneeing San Jose Sharks F Mark Smith in a Feb. 26 game ATLANTA THRASHERS—Reassigned D Andrei Skopintsev to Orlando of the IHL. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS—Acquired G Steve Passmore from ihe Los Angeles Kings for a 2001 eighth-round draft pick. COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Recalled C Chris Nielsen from Syracuse of the AHL. NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Assigned C Jason Krog to Springfield of the AHL SAN JOSE SHARKS—Activated HW Matt Bradley from injured reseree. Placed C Mark Smith on injured reserve, retroactive to Feb 26. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Recalled D Todd Rohloff from Portland of the AHL. American Hockey League HERSHEY BEARS—Recalled D Kelly Perrautt from Quad City of the UHL. East Coast Hockey League JOHNSTOWN CHIEFS—Released G Shane Clifford. OLYMPICS USA HOCKEY—Announced Lou Vairo will return as coach of the national team. Named Don Waddell general manager. Art Berglund director of player personnel and Jim Johannson leam leader of the national team COLLEGE CINCINNATI—Named Dave Baldwin offensive coordinator. GEORGIA—Announced the retirement of Lewis Gainey. assistant athletic director for event management, effective May 31. MAINE—Named Rich Nagy defensive coordinator. MISSOURI SOUTHERN—Announced the resignation ol Amy Townsend, women's basketball coach. PENH STATE—Named Sob White associate director of development. ST. JOHN'S. N.Y.—Dismissed G Angela Stith from the women's basketball team. WASHINGTON—Named Tony Alford running backs coach. Thursday, March 1,2001 NBA XFL Sports desk hours are 8-11 p.m. Monday through Saturday. EAST CONFERENCE W L Pet PF PA Orlando 4 01.000 107 61 Birmingham 2 ? .500 59 67 NY/NJ i 3 .250 37 56 Chicago o 4 .000 64 99 WEST CONFERENCE W L Pet PF PA las Vegas 3 1 .750 69 24 Los Angeles 2 2 .500 76 74 Memphis 2 2 .500 49 70 San Francisco 2 2 .500 51 61 Saturday's Games Orlando 30, Birmingham 6 NY/NJ 13. Chicago 0 Sunday's Games Las Vegas 16, San Francisco 9 Memphis 18. Los Angeles 12 Saturday, March 3 Birmingham at San Frar.cisco. 8 p.m. Los Angeles at NY/NJ, 8 p.m. Sunday, March 4 Las Vegas af Chicago, 4 p.m. Orlando al Memphis, 7 p.m. EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB Philadelphia 43 16 .729 — New York 33 23 .589 %% Miami 34 24 .586 814 Orlando 30 26 .536 11V4 Boston 25 32 .439 17 New Jersey 20 39 .339 23 Washington 13 45 .224 29Vz Central Division W L Pel GB Milwaukee 35 21 .625 — Charlotte 32 26 .552 4 Toronlo 31 27 .534 5 Indiana 26 29 .473 SVi Cleveland 22 33 .400 12/ 2 Detroit 21 36 .368 14% Atlanta 18 40 .310 18 Chicago 9 47 .161 26 WESTERN CONFEREKCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB Utah 39 17 .696 — San Antonio 37 19 .661 2 Dallas 36 22 .621 4 Minnesola 34 24 .586 6 Houston 31 27 .534 9 Denver 30 29 .503 10K Vancouver 18 41 .305 22VS Pacific Division W L Pet GB Portland 40 18 .690 — Sacramento 38 18 .679 i L.A. Lakers 37 19 .661 2 Phoenix 34 22 .607 5 Seattle 29 29 .500 11 L.A. Clippers 20 40 .333 21 Golden State 16 42 .276 24 Wednesday's Games Indiana 99, Milwaukee 86 Toronto 95, Atlanta 88 Charlotte 91, New Jersey 88 Minnesola 111, Detroit 100 Philadelphia 79, Miami 69 Houston 95, Chicago 78 Utah 101, Vancouver 83 Orlando 97, Phoenix 91 Sacramento 122, Golden Stale 101 Denver 107. L.A. Lakers 101 Thursday's Games Seattle at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Boston at New York, 7:30 p.m. Phoenix at San Antonio, 8 p.m. Houston al Milwaukee. 8 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Portland. 10 p.m. Friday's Games Seattle at Indiana, 7 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Utah at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte al Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Toronto. 7:30 p.m. Cleveland at Orlando. 7:30 p.m. Miami at Detroit. 8 p.m. New York at Chicago. 8:30 p.m, Minnesola at Denver, 9 p.m. Sacramento at L.A. Clippers. 10:30 p.m. Saturday's Games L.A. Lakers at Vancouver, 3:30 p.m. Houston at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Allanta at San Antonio. 8:30 p.m. Chicago at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Denver at Phoenix, 9p.m. Golden State at Portland, 10 p.m. TENNIS DUBAI DUTY FREE Wednesday At Dubai, United Arab Emirates Purse: S1 million Surface: Hard-Ouldoar Singles Second Round Thomas Johansson, Sweden, def. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (3), Russia, 7-6 (4), 7-5. Andrei Medvedev, Ukraine, def. Patrick Rafter (5), Australia, 7-6 (1),4-6,6-1. Marat Safin (1), Russia, def. Julien Boutter, France. 7-5, 7-6 (5). Juan Carlos Ferrero (7), Spain, def. Jiri Novak, Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-4. Lars Burgsmulfer. Germany, def. Nicolas Escude. France. 6-2, relireri. Magnus Norman (2)! Sweden, def. Andrei Pavel. Romania. 1-6.6-3, 7-6 (2). Oominik Hrbaty, Slovakia, def. Bohdan Ulihrach, Czech Republic, 5-7.7-6 (3). 6-3. Max Mirnyi, Belarus, def. Vladimir Vollchkov, Belarus, 5-1, 6-4. ABIERTO MEX1CAKO PEGASO Wednesday AtAcapulco, Mexico Purse: Men. S700.000 Women. S170,000 Surface: Clay-Outdoors Men Singles First Round Guslavo Kuerten (1), Brazil, def. Felix Mantilla. Spain, 6-4, 6-1. Second Round Suilleimo Canas. Argentina, def. Hicham Arazi(8). Morocco, 6-3, 6-1. Sergi Bruguera. Spain, def. Albert Costa (5) Spain, 7-5, 6-3. Gaslon Gaudio (4). Argentina, def. Younes El Aynaoui. Morocco, 7-6 (4), 2-6, 6-3, Carlos Moya (3), Spain, def. Alberto Martin. Spain, 6-3. 6-3. Women Singles Second Round Nuria Llagostera. Spain, def. Virginia Ruano Pascual, Spain, 6-1,4-6,6-4. Elena Dementieva (2). Russia, def. Katarina Srebotnik. Slovenia, 6-4, 7-5. Corina Morariu (6). United States, def Sylvia Plischke, Austria, 6-2,6-1. Amanda Coetzer (1), South Africa, def. Maria Anlonia Sanchez Lorenzo. Spain, 6-4,6- Rita Kuti Kis. Hungary, def. Ana Isabel Medina Gam'gues, Spain. 6-4,0-6.6-4. Mariana Diaz Oliva. Argentina, def. Sandrine Testud (3), France, 6-2, retired. Paoia Suarez (4). Argentina, def. Patricia Wartusch, Austria. 6-1, 6-3. Angeles Montolio (7), Spain, def. Dally RanrJrianlely, Madagascar, 6-3,3-6.6-1. SYBASE OPEN Wednesday AtSanJose.Caiif. Purse: S400.000 Surface: Hard-Indoor Singles First Round Michel Kratochvil. Switzerland, def. Davide Sanguinetti. Italy, 6-2.6-0. Mark Philippoussis (3). Australia, def Markus Hantschk. Germany, 6-3,6-7 ,7). 6-3. Jose Acasuso. Argentina, def. Juan Balcells, Spain, 7-5.6-1. Goran Ivanisevic. Croatia, def. Cecil Mamiit, United Stales. 6-2.6-2. Second Round Sargis Sargsian. Armenia, def. Wayne Arthurs, Australia, 6-4,6-7 (5), 7-6 (2). Jan-Michael Gambiit (6), United States def Andy Roddick, United Slates. 7-6 (5). 7-6 (1). Greg Rusedski (8), Britain, def. Renzo Furlan. Italy, 6-3.6-2. STATE FARM CLASSIC Wednesday Al Scottsdale, Ariz. Purse: $565,000 Surface: Hard-Outdoor Singles Second Round Tina Pisnik. Slovenia, is even with Elena Likhovlseva (9). Russia, 6-6. susp., rain

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