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D6 Sunday, May 14,1995 The Salina Journal Basketball NBA playoffs i All Tlmei CDT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Bett-of-7) Saturday, May 6 • San Antonio 110, LA. Lakers 94 Sunday, May 7 Indiana 107, New York 105 , Orlando 94. Chicago 91 Monday, May 8 San Antonio 97, LA. Lakers 90, OT Tuesday, May 9 • New York 96. Indiana 77 • Phoenix 130, Houston 108 Wednesday, May 10 Chicago 104, Oriando 94 Thursday, May 11 Indiana 97, New York 95, OT Phoenix 118, Houston 94 Friday. May 12 Oriando110. Chicago 101, Oriando leads series 2-1 LA. Lakers 92, San Antonio 85, San Antonio leads series 2-1 Saturday, May 13 Houston 118, Phoenix 85, Phoenix leads series 2-1 Indiana 98, New York 64, Indiana leads series 3-1 Sunday, May 14 Phoenix at Houston, noon. (NBC) San Antonio at LA. Lakers, 2 p.m. (NBC) Orlando at Chicago, 4:30 p.m. (NBC) Tuesday, May 16 Chicago at Orlando, TBA (TNT) LA. Lakers at San Antonio. TBA (TNT) Houston at Phoenix, TBA (TNT) Wednesday, May 17 Indiana at New York, 7 p.m. (TNT) Thursday, May 18 Orlando at Chicago, 7 p.m. (TNT), if necessary San Antonio at LA. Lakers, TBA (TNT), if necessary Phoenix at Houston, TBA (TNT), it necessary Friday, May 19 New York at Indiana, 7 p.m. (TNT), if necessary Saturday, May 20 LA. Lakers at San Antonio, TBA (NBC), if necessary Houston at Phoenix, 2:30 p.m. (NBC), if necessary Sunday, May 21 Chicago at Orlando, TBA (NBC), it necessary Indiana at New York, TBA (NBC), if necessary NBA summaries PACERS 98, KNICKS 84 Now York (84) Oakley 4-11 3-5 11, Smith 5-9 0-0 10, Ewing 10-174-625, Harper 4-11 2-212, Starks 4-131211, Mason 2-3 1-4 5, H.Willlams 0-1 0-0 0. H.Davis 2-51-1 6, Anthony 1-5 2-2 4. Totals 327514-2284. Indiana (98) D.Davis 4* 0-0 8, McKey 4-9 3-311, Smlts 916 7-8 25. Jackson 3* 2-2 9, Miller 6-135-5 21, A.Davis 1-4 34 5, Workman 0-2 4-6 4, Scott 25 0-1 4. Mitchell 4-73-411. Totals 33*8 27-33 96. New York 21 23 17 23-84 Indians 24 19 34 21-98 3-Point goals-New York 6-18 (Harper 2-3, Starks 2*, Ewing 1-1, H.Davis 1-2 Oakley 0-1, Anthony 0-3), Indiana 5-11 (Miller 4*, Jackson 1-3. McKey 0-1, Workman 0-1). Fouled cut-None. Rebounds-New York 39 (Oakley 10), Indiana 53 (Smits 11). Assists-New York 23 (Harper 10), Indiana 23 (Jackson 11). Total fouls-New York 24, Indiana 24. Technicals-An- thony, New York illegal defense, Indiana illegal defense. A-16,678 (16,530). ROCKETS 118, SUNS 85 Phoenix (85) Barkley 0-10 5* 5, Green 3-8 6-6 12, Kleine 4-6 M 8, Johnson 4-66-614, Person 1*0-03, Tisdale 4-9 2-2 10, Ma|erte 1-4 1-2 3, Schayes 1-2 2-2 4, Ainge 5-8 0-0 12, Perry 5-9 0-0 10, Puffin 2-4 0-1 4. Totals 30-76 22-25 65. Houston (118) Chilcutt2-3 0-0 5, Horry 7-101-117, Olajuwon 16-27 4-5 36, Drexler 8-14 4-4 23, Smith 3-10 5612, Brown 4-6 0-0 9, Cassell 4-6 2-210, Jones 1 -21 -2 3, Elie 1 -41 -2 3, Tabak 0-2 OX) 0. Totals 48-8618-22118. Phoenix 21 19 18 27- 85 Houston 29 33 25 31-118 3-Point goals-Phoenix 3-14 (Alnge 2-5, Person 1-4, Barkley 0-1, Green 0-1, Rutfin 0-1, Ma- jerte 0-2), Houston 8-20 (Drexler 3-5, Horry 2-4, Chilcutt 1-1, Brown 1-1, Smith 1-6, Cassell 0-1, Elie 0-2). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Phoenix 42 (Green 9), Houston 51 (Olajuwon 11). Assists-Phoenix 19 (Barkley, Johnson, Ainge 4), Houston 25 (Drexler 8). Total fouls-Phoenix 20, Houston 22. A-16,611 (16,611). FRIDAY LAKERS 92, SPURS 85 San Antonio (85) Elliott 6-16 2-3 16, Rodman 1-21-43, Robinson 14-27 6-8 34, Del Negro 1-4 0-0 2, Johnson 1-91-2 3, Person 2-71 -1 6, Anderson 0-3 0-0 0, Reid 1-4 2-2 4, Rivers 4-8 4-414, Cummings 12 1-2 3. Totals 31-82 18-26 85. LA Lakers (92) Campbell 2-9 4* 8, Ceballos 8-16 3-5 22, Dl- vac 5-11 4* 14, Peeler 3* 0-0 6, Van Exel 918 3-4 25, Jones 4-10 2-2 10, Bowie 2-4 0-0 4, Lynch 1-11-2 3, Smith 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 34-77 17-25 92. San Antonio 11 32 22 20-85 LA Lakers 28 25 23 16-92 3-Polnt goals-San Antonio 5-16 (Rivers 2-5, Elliott 2-6. Person 1-4, Del Negro 0-1), Los Angeles 7-16 (Van Exel 4-8, Ceballos 3-4, Divac 01, Jones 0-1, Peeler 0-2). Fouled out-D'rvac. Rebounds-San Antonio 59 (Robinson 13), Los Angeles 51 (Divac 13). Assists-San Antonio 20 (Johnson 8), Los Angeles 19 (Van Exel 8). Total fouls-San Antonio 23, Los Angeles 24. Techni- cals-Reid, Campbell, Los Angeles illegal defense. A-17,505 (17,505). stayed with number 23 Friday night in Chicago's 110-101 loss to Oriando. Baseball Big Eight OKLAHOMA STATE 12 KANSAS STATE 4 Oklahoma State' 000 122 007 - 12 17 1 Kansas State 010 101 001 - 4 9 3 WP - Bell (11-3). LP - Yanz (4*). 2B - OS: Champoux; KS: Poepard, Decker. HR - OS: Light, McNamara. KANSAS 13, ORAL ROBERTS 6 Oral Roberts 102 030 000 - 6 9 2 Kansas 212 204 20x - 13 17 3 WP - Lyons (1-1). LP - Klrkman (1*). 2B OR: Duncan, Pearce 2, Starkweather; K: Igou, Kliner. Wilmot. 3B - K: English, Headley. HR OR: Dinsmore; K: Wilhelm 2. KANSAS 13, ORAL ROBERTS 7 Oral Roberts 061 000 0 - 710 4 Kansas 311 224 x - 13 16 1 WP - VanGilder (2-5). LP - Blundell (2-3). 2B - OR: Duncan, MacLean, Pearce; K: Headley, Kliner 2. 3B - K: Igou. HR - OR: Harrington, MacLean; K: Byrd, Igou, Kliner 2. Missouri Valley WICHITA STATE 4, CHEIGHTON 0 Crelghton 000 000 0 - 0 1 0 Wichita Stale 020 020 x - 411 0 WP - Drumrighl (11-2). LP - Fassbender (64). 2B - WS: Blake. HR - WS: Thomas. WICHITA STATE 19, CREIGHTON 12 Creighton 244 001 100 - 12 12 1 Wichita State 512 710 03x - 19 19 0 WP - Wyckoff (6-0). LP - Foye (2-1). 2B - C; Stick; WS: Stine, Adams, Reese, Young. 3B WS: Adams. HR - C: Stick: WS: Adams, Me- Collough, Taylor, Young. • Shocker coach Gene Stephenson achieved his 1000th career win in game one as Wichita Stale clinched their ninth consecutive Missouri Valley Conference title with the sweep. Stephenson, the 13th collegiate coach to reach 1000 victories, has an 18-year record to dale of 1001-305-3. Juco COLBY 6, COWLEY COUNTY S (10 Innings) Cowley County 000 201 011 0 - 5 10 0 Colby 020 001 020 1 - 6 10 4 WP - Thomas (7-0). LP - Rutledge. 2B - CC: Loving; C: Rheem. HR - CC: Douma, Fowler; C: Holmes, Pearce 2, Leisge. COWLEY COUNTY 14, COLBY 8 Colby 310 000 013 - 8 14 2 CowleyCounty .112 015 40x - 14 12 1 WP - Talburt. LP - Sereno (24). S - Stewart. 2B - C: McKinney, Pearce 2, Leisge; CC: Spivey. HR - C: Leisge; CC: Douma, Spivey. • The Region VI championship series deciding game will be played today at 1 p.m. The winner will host the District championship series next weekend. Auto racing SCOREBOARD TODAY'S SCHEDULE SUNDAY, MAY 14 BASEBALL California at Kansas City, 1:35 p.m. SALINA RADIO/TV Ney, H, 50.35; 3. McCurdy, R, 50.82. Tom Purtzer Corey Pavin Mike Standly Mark O'Meara Scott Hoch Payne Stewart Curt Byrum Tony Sills John Mahaffey Steve Jones Howard Twftty Nick Faldo Tom Byrum Ray Stewart Jay Williamson John Daly David Ogrln Tom Watson Tim Loustalot Bob Estes Steve Gotsche John Cook Dave Stockton Scott Simpson Dillard Pruitt Roger Salazar Steve Elkington Harry Taylor Woody Austin Ben Crenshaw Dennis Paulson Omar Uresti Billy Mayfalr Jerry Pate Bart Bryant Brian Henninger Steve Lowery Jim Carter Brad Bryant Paul Goydos Ed Humenlk Robert Hoyt Mike Smith Larry Nelson Donnie Hammond Bob Gilder Mark Wiebe Brian Claar Chris DIMarco John Sikes Steve Pate Kawika Cotner Ronnie Black Mark Camevale Lee Rinker J.P. Hayes 68-65-71-204 70-65-70-205 66-71-68-205 68-66-71-205 70*1-71-205 68-66-7t-205 67-72-66-205 67-66-72-205 71-68-66-205 68-64-73-205 67-68-71-206 66-71-69-206 69-68-69-206 65-69-72-206 66-68-72-206 68-65-73-206 72-67-67-206 68-71-67-206 69-67-71-207 67-68-72-207 66-69-72-207 71-66-70-207 71-67-69-207 69-69-69-207 69-70-68-207 69-70-68-207 71-68-68-207 70-69*8-207 67-69-72-208 70-67-71-208 68-67-73-208 71-66-71-208 66-70-70-208 72-66-70-208 69-69-70-208 67-72-69-208 72-67-69-208 68-71-69-208 70-69-69-208 69-67-73-209 69-67-73-209 66-69-74-209 70*7-72-209 70-69-70-209 70*9-70-209 70*7-73-210 70*7-73-210 67-70-73-210 65*9-76-210 68*9-74-211 70-68-73-211 69*9-73-211 69-70-72-211 67-72-73-212 68-71-75-214 68-71-76-215 Scoring leaders NEW YORK (AP) — The NHL playoff scoring leaders through May 12: Player, Teim Sullivan, Cal Leetch, NYR Richer, NJ Juneau, Was Kovalev, NYR Frands, Pit Bondra, Was NemcHinov, NYR Bassen, Que Brlnd'amour, Phi Hunter, Was Konowalchuk, Was Cotfey, Del Courtnall, Van Fleury, Cal Dahlen, SJ RobMlle, Pit Jones, Was Bure, Van Titov, Cal Murphy, Pit Nolan, Oue Plvonka, Was Housley, Cal Track GP G A PTS PIM Seniors scores CLIFTON, N.J. (AP) - Scores Saturday after the second round of the $950,000 Senior PGA Tour 1995 NFL Cadillac Golf Classic played on the 6,816-yard, par-72 (36-36) Upper Montclalr Country Club: 69-66-135 70*6-136 70*7-137 68*9-137 69*9-138 69*9-138 67-71-138 NBA today SCOREBOARD Sunday, May 14 Oriando at Chicago (4:30 p.m. CDT). The Magic have a 2-1 lead in the besl-ol-7 Eastern Conference semifinal after their victory at the United Center on Friday night, overcoming Michael Jordan's 40-point effort. STARS Friday - Shaquille O'Neal, Magic, had 28 points and 10 rebounds to offset Michael Jordan's 40-polnt night as Oriando beat Chicago 110-101 to take a 2-1 lead in their best-of-7 Eastern Conference semifinal - Nick Van Exel, Lakers, had 25 points and eight assists in Los Angeles' 92-85 victory over San Antonio, cutting the Spurs' series lead to 2- I in the West. STRIPE Oriando scored its final nine points on free throws to break a 101-101 tie and defeat Chicago 110-101 Friday night. The Magic, who made only 67 percent of their free throws this season, made 30 of 39 (77 percent) in the game, including Shaquille O'Neal's e-for-10. SLOW START San Antonio scored Just 11 points on 5-for-20 shooting and were outrebounded 18-8 in the first quarter of its 92*5 loss to the Lakers on Friday night. SWINGS Michael Jordan had 29 first-half points Friday night, but cooled off in the second half with just II points and several miscues as Chicago lost to Ortando 110-101. STAYING WITH 23 Michael Jordan once again played with number 23 Friday night, but despite his 40-point performance, Chicago lost to Oriando 110-101 to fall behind in the series 2-1. SLOPPY San Antonio had 23 turnovers, including 12 steals by Los Angeles, in its 92-85 loss to the Lakers on Friday night. SABONIS IS COMING An/Idas Sabonis said Friday he's ready to come to the NBA nine years after he was a first- round draft pick of the Portland Trail Blazers. Sabonis was a member of the Soviet Union's gold medal team in the 1988 Olympics. He averaged 22.6 points, 13.2 rebounds, 2.6 blocked shots and 2.4 assists per game in the Spanish League last season. SURGERY Denver Nuggets forward LaPhonso Ellis underwent successful surgery Friday for a cyst in his lejt knee. The surgery was similar to the one performed last Nov. 22, when Ellis underwent bone grafting of a large cysl in his ngnl knee. He sustained a stress fracture in the knee during a pick-up basketball game before the start of the season. SPEAKING "It has nothing to do with the outcome of the game or anything else. Who cares about what number he wears? We don't just sit around and say, 'Oh, he's wearing that number tonight, so this Is how we are going to play." - Bulls guard Steve Kerr on teammate Michael Jordan, who Indy qualifing INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Partial lineup for the May 26 Indianapolis 500, listing driver, residence, car number, chassis-engine, and four- lap qualification average speed in mph (r-rookle; more qualifications on Sunday and on May 2021): Row 1 1. Scott Braylon, Coldwater, Mich., No. 60, 1995 Lola-Menard, 231.604. 2. Arie Luyendyk, Netherlands, No. 40, 1995 Lola-Menard, 231.031. 3. Michael Andretti, Nazareth, Pa., No. 6,1995 Lola-Ford, 229.294. Row 2 4. Mauricio Gugelmin, Brazil, No. 18, 1995 Reynard-Ford, 227.923. 5. Stan Fox. Janesville, Wis., No. 91, 1995 Reynard-Ford, 226.588. 6. Eddie Cheever, Aspen, Colo., No. 14,1995 Lola-Ford, 226.314. Row 3 7. Paul Tracy, Canada, No. 3,1995 Lola-Ford, 225.795. 8. r-Alessandro Zampedri, Italy, No. 34.1994 Lola-Ford, 225.753. 9. Bryan Herta, Valencia, Calif., No. 4, 1995 Reynard-Ford, 225.551. Row 4 10. Danny Sullivan, Aspen, Colo., No. 17, 1995 Reynard-Ford, 225.496. 11. r-Gil de Ferran, Brazil, No. 8, 1995 Reynard-Mercedes, 225.437. Spanish GP BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Lineup for Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix on the 2.937-mile Circuit of Catalunya with driver, country, car, time and leader's average speed: 1. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Benetton- Renault, 1 minute, 21.452 seconds, 129.846 mph. 2. Jean Alesi, France, Ferrari, 1:22.052, 128.860. 3. Gerhard Berger, Austria, Ferrari, 1:22.071, 128.830. 4. David Coulthard, Britain, Williams-Renault, 1:22.332,128.422. 5. Damon Hill, Britain, Williams-Renault, 1:22.349,128.395. 6. Eddie Irvine, Ireland, Jordan-Peugeot, 1:23.352, 126.50. 7. Johnny Herbert, Britain, Benetton-Renault, 1:23.536,126.571. 8. Rubens Barnchello, Brazil, •Jordan-Peugeot, 1:23.705,126.315. 9. Mika Hakkinen, Finland, McLaren-Mercedes, 1:23.833,126.122. 10. Nigel Mansell, Britain, McLaren-Mercedes, 1:23.927,125.981. 11. Martin Brundle, Britain, Llgier-Mugen, 1:24.727,124.791. 12. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, Sauber- Ford, 1:24.802,124.681. 13. Mika Juhani Salo, Finland, Tyrrell-Yamaha, 1:24.971,124.433. 14. Gianni Morbidelli, Italy, Footwork-Hart, 1:25.053.124.313. 15. Olivier Panis, France, Ligier-Mugen, 1:25.204, 124.093. 16. Jos Verstappen, Netherlands, Simtek- Ford, 1:25.827,123.192. 17. Ukyo Katayama, Japan, Tyrrell-Yamaha, 1:25.948,123.021. 18. Takl Inohue, Japan, Footwork-Hart, 1:26.059,122.60. 19. Pierlulgl Martini, Italy, Minardl-Ford, 1:26.619,122.066. 20. Kari Wendllnger, Austria, Sauber-Ford, 1:27.007,121.521. 21. Luca Badoer, Italy, Mlnardi-Ford, 1:27.345,121.051. 22. Domenlco Schlattarella, Italy, Simtek- Ford, 1:27.575,120.733. 23. Andrea Montermlnl, Italy, Pacific-Ford, 1:26.094,120.022. 24. Bertrand Gachot, France, Pacific-Ford, 1:28.858,118.990. 25. RobertL Moreno, Brazil, Forti-Ford, 1:28.963,118.849. 26. Pedro Paulo Diniz, Brazil, Fortl-Ford, 1:29.540,118.083. George Archer Lee Trevino Dave Stockton Isao Aoki Larry Zlegler • Al Gelberger Ray Floyd Bob Murphy Bob Charles Rocky Thompson Don Bles Dale Douglass Kermlt Zariey Jerry McGee Mike Still Chi Chi Rodriguez Tony Jacklin Tom Wargo Walt Morgan Bruce Summerhays Arnold Palmer Bob Dlckson DeWitt Weaver Oeane Beman. Dave Eichelberger Dick Lotz Jim Dent Billy Casper Bud Allln Mike Joyce Butch Balrd Larry Laoretti Jack Kiefer Orville Moody Bruce Crampton Bob Betley Homero Blancas J.C.Snead Bruce Devlin John Brodie Jimmy Powell Gene Littler Bob E. Smith Charles Goody Roy Abrameit Robert Landers Walter Zembrisk! Gibby Gilbert Ed Sneed Bob Leaver Don Davis Bobby Mitchell Marion Heck Dick Hendrickson John Paul Cain 65-73-138 69-70-139 68-71-139 .66-73-139 69-71-140 68-72-140 70-70-140 74-67-141 71-70-141 71-70-141 67-74-141 72-70-142 69-73-142 73-70-143 73-70-143 72-71-143 72-71-143 71-72-143 69-74-143 69-74-143 69-74-143 70-73-143 73-71-144 71-73-144 70-74-144 68-76-144 74-71-145 73-72-145 73-72-145 72-73-145 70-75-145 69-76-145 77-69-146 74-72-146 74-72-146 74-72-146 72-74-146 71-75-146 71-75-146 76-71-147 74-73-147 74-73-147 74-73-147 73-74-147 78-70-148 76-72-148 74-74-148 74-74-148 LPGA scores WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Scores Saturday after the third round of the $1.2 million LPGA Championship, played on the 6,386-yard, par- 71 DuPont Country Club course: Laura Davles 68-68-69-205 Kelly Robbins 66*8-72-206 Parry Sheehan 67-68-72-207 Marianne Morris 67-71-70-208 Dottie Mochrie 67-70-71-208 Allison Finney 71-68-70-209 Julie Larsen 71-66-70-209 Barb Thomas 70*6-73-209 Rosle Jones 72-71-68-211 Val Skinner 73*9*9-211 Pat Bradley 71-70-70-211 Tammie Green 69-72-70-211 BarbMucha 71-69-71-211 Michelle Estlll 72-73-67-212 Nancy Lopez 73-71-68-212 Dale Eggeling 72-72-68-212 Joan Pitcock 75-66-71-212 Colleen Walker 70-70-72-212 Betsy King 69-71-72-212 Kathy Guadagnino 72-73*6-213 Marta Figueras-Dottl 71-73*9-213 Kris Tschetter 73-69-71-213 Trish Johnson 71-71-71-213 Jane Geddes 71-71-71-213 Nanci Bowen 71-71-71-213 Meg Mallon 70-72-71-213 Karen Noble 74*8-72-214 Lori Garbacz 71-71-72-214 KrisliAlbers 71-71-72-214 Annika Sorenstam 71-71-72-214 Chris Johnson 72-69-73-214 Becky Iverson ' 67-70-77-214 Helen Allredsson 72-74*9-215 Nancy Scranton 71-75-89-215 Susie Redman 73-71-71-215 Michele Redman 75*8-72-215 Lisa Klggens 70-70-75-215 High school MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hill City BOYS Team Scores Smith Center 135, Hill CHy 108, Norton 68Vi, Stockton 60, Osbome 59 Vi, Victoria 49, Trego 27, Philllpsburg 22, Plalnville 17, Ellis 11. Individual Result* Shot put - 1. Slmoneau, SC, 60-1 V4; 2. Belsel, V, 55-8; 3. Staab, PI, 55-5%. Dltcut -1. Simoneau, SC, 152-2; 2. Philpol, N, 145-9; 3. Belsel, V, 144-4. Javelin - 1. Roberts, HC, 162-5; 2. Jirak, S, 161*; 3. Couse, 0,156-2. Pole vault -1. Bell, HC, 13-0; 2. Grelg, 0,126; 3. Beek, HC, 12-0. Triple Jump -1. Williams, N, 39-8 %; 2. Rlley, HC, 39-5%; 3. Ruder, V, 394. 100m dun - 1. Barta, SC, 11.35; 2. Simoneau, SC, 11.36; 3. Greig, 0,11.40. 440y rally - 1. Hill City, 45.95; 2. Stockton, 46.19; 3. Smith Center, 46.24. High jump -1. Dlnkel, HC, 6-2; 2. Ruder, V, 6-0; 3. Anderson, PI, 6-0; 3. Riley, HC, 6-0. Long lump -1. Blllinger, V, 20*; 2. Williams, N, 20-7%; 3. Speagle, SC, 20-3 Vi. 3200m run - 1. Glenn, N, 10:41.18; 2. Burbach, T, 10:53.43; 3. Smith, 0,11:18.70. 2 mile relay - 1. Smith Center. 8:49.03; 2. Norton, 8:53.39; 3. Ellis. 9:23.76. 110m hurdles - 1. Dlnkel, HC, 16.60; 2. Couse, 0,16.86; 3. Ross, PI, 17.30. 1600m run -1. Glenn, N, 4:43.99; 2. Helman, HC, 4:49.75; 3. Mitchell, SC, 4:52.66. 400m dull -1. Towns, S, 51.41; 2. Wood. S, 52.32; 3. Proudon, SC, 52.38. 300m hurdles - 1. McDonald, Ph, 40.19; 2. Piroutek, SC, 41.69; 3. Hlley, HC, 42.15. 200m dilh -1. Barta, SC, 22.87; 2. Greig, 0, 23.41; 3. Slmoneau, SC, 23.54. 800m run - 1. Beckman, SC, 2:06.13; 2. McReynolds, S, 2:07.32; 3. Helman, HC, 2:09.13. Mile relay -1. Stockton, 3:33.5; 2. Smith Center, 3:35.08; 3. Trego, 3:39.94. GIRLS Team Scores Norton 109, Plalnville 100, Smith Center 93, Stockton 72, Philllpsburg 46, Victoria 41, Trego 35, Ellis 34, Hill City 24, Osbome 3. Individual Results Shot put -1. Roeder, N, 39*K; 2. Ward, N, 380; 3. Jacobs, V, 37-4. Discus -1. Reusink, N, 107-4; 2. Roeder, N, 103-10; 3. Shuttleworth, PI, 102-6. Javelin -1. Roeder, N, 118-3; 2. Kepka, HC, 114-5; 3. Shuttleworth, 106-7. 3200m run - 1. Flene, SC, 13:00.4; 2. Heartung, T, 13:05.72; 3. Jackson, Ph, 13:16.02. 880y relay - 1. Plalnville, 1:53.73; 2. Stockton, 1:53.17; 3. Norton, 1:55.50. 1600m run - 1. Spies. T, 5:33.36; 2. Rene, SC, 5:46.33; 3. Stull, PI, 6:12.73. 300m hurdln - 1. Rorabaugh, E, 47.75; 2. Lambert, SC, 48.84; 3. Beckman, SC, 50.65. High jump -1. Littlejohn, Ph, 5-2; 2. Miller, N, 5-0; 3. Vogel, Ph, 5-0. Long Jump -1. Kems, PI, 16-4; 2. McDonald, S, 15-9; 3. Ward, N, 15-%. Triple jump - 1. Burton, HC, 32-3; 2. Rorabaugh, E, 32-2; 3. Bouchey, Ph, 31-4%. 100m hurdles - 1. Rorabaugh, E, 16.80; 2. Lambert, SC, 17.37; 3. Beckman, SC, 17.47. 100m dash-1. Ganoung, PI, 13.30; 2. Kems, PI, 13.32; 3. Bouchey, Ph, 13.49. 440y relay -1. Stockton, 53.16; 2. Plalnville, 55.74; 3. Phillipsburg, 54.99. 400m dsih - 1. McKinley, N, 1:01.39; 2. Ptacek, V, 1:03.12; 3. Wood, S, 1:03.25. 800m run -1. Spies, T, 2:25.06; 2. McKiniey, N, 2:26.95; 3. Flene, SC, 2:30.77. 200m dun -1. Ganoung, PI, 27.05; 2. Ward, N, 27.56; 3. Kuhn, SC, 27.95. Mile relay - 1. Stockton, 4:22.41; 2. Norton, 4:24.06; 3. Plalnville, 4:28.29. Golf Hockey PGA scores IRVING, Texas (AP) - Scores Saturday after the third round of the $1.3 million Byron Nelson Classic, on the 6,899-yard, par-70 (35-35) TPC at the Four Seasons: 69-61*5-195 65-65*8-198 68-67-64-199 63*9-67-199 67*6*7-200 67-68-66-201 65*9-67-201 66*7*8-201 65*6-70-201 68*6*8-202 64*9-69-202 67*9-67-203 71-66-66-203 68-66-69-203 64-70-69-203 68*6*9-203 65*6-72-203 70*6-68-204 65-71-68-204 67-68*9-204 66-69*9-204 66-71-67-204 68*7-69-204 70-65-69-204 68*6-70-204 Ernie Els Robin Lee Freeman Fuzzy Zoeller Glen Day Mike Heinen Brandel Chamblee D.A. Weibring Craig Stadler Kenny Perry Gil Morgan Jay Don Blake Scott Verplank Jeff Maggert Mark Brooks Mark Calcavecchia Bob Tway Doug Martin Justin Leonard Joe Ozaki Jl. Lewis Mark Wurtz Charlie Rymer Loren Roberts Brelt Ogle Emlyn Aubrey Jesper Parnevik Keith Fergus Jeff Sluman 68-66-70-204 67*6-71-204 67-67-70-204 NHL playoffs All Times CDT CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS (Best-of-7) Thursday, May 11 Chicago 3, Toronto 2 Detroit 5, Dallas 1, Detroit leads series 3-0 Calgary 9, San Jose 2, San Jose leads series 2-1 Vancouver 6, St. Louis 1, Vancouver leads series 2-1 Friday, May 12 Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 2, Philadelphia leads series 3-1 Washington 6, Pittsburgh 2, Washington leads series 3-1 New Jersey 1, Boston 0, OT, New Jersey leads series 3-1 N.Y. Rangers 3, Quebec 2, OT, N.Y. Rangers lead series 3-1 Saturday, May 13 Chicago 3, Toronto 1, series tied 2-2 Calgary at San Jose (n) St. Louis at Vancouver (n) Sunday, May 14 Detroit at Dallas, 2 p.m. (FOX) N.Y. Rangers at Quebec, 2 p.m. (FOX) Buffalo at Philadelphia, 2 p.m. Washington at Pittsburgh, 2 p.m. New Jersey at Boston, 6:35 p.m. Monday, May 19 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m., if necessary Toronto at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Vancouver at St. Louis, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. MID-STATE LEAGUE At Hays BOYS Team Scores TMP-Marlan 134, Russell 81, Holsington 65, Pratt 61, Lamed 34. Individual Results 800m run - 1. Augustine, TMP, 2:01.12; 2. Frayser, H, 2:03.16; 3. Zlmmer, TMP, 2:04.97. 200m daih -1. Barker, P, 22.77; 2. Parks, R, 22.99; 3. Welgel, TMP, 23.59. 3200m run -1. Loving, L, 10:23.36; 2. Mason, H, 10:43.69; 3. Dayton, H, 11:05.52. 1600m relay - 1. TMP-Martan, 3:36.26; 2. Pratt, 3:39.70; 3. Hoislngton, 3:43.97. Shot put - 1. Doonan, H, 56-8; 2. Cross, R, 54-8; 3. Drelling, R, 47-3'/4. Long lump - 1. Parks, R, 22-3'/4; 2. Rohr, TMP, 20-1 Vi; 3. Jimenez, TMP, 19-9 Vt. Javelin -1. Fitch, L, 161-0; 2. Veatch, P, 1467; 3. Wann, R, 140-9. High |ump -1. Rohr, TMP, 5-8; 2. Steinert, R, 5-6; 3. Doonan, H, 5-4. Triple |ump -1. Rohr, TMP, 38*; 2. Rayner, R, 37-1014; 3. Sawyerwinnle, R, 37-'/4.' Pole vault - 1. Schmidt, TMP, 14-0; 2. Schmldtberger, TMP, 13*; 3. Flax, TMP, 12-6. Discus - 1. Drelling, R, 150*; 2. FHch, L, 137-2; 3. Doonan, H, 136-1. 110m hurdles'- 1. Braun, R, 15.34; 2. Schmidt, TMP, 16.24; 3. Eckholf, P, 17.09. 3200m reliy -1. Hoislngton, 8:32.02; 2. TMP- Marlan, 8:53.80; 3. Pratt, 9:04.11. 100m dash -1. Barker, P, 11.35; 2. Parks, R, 11.42; 3. Welgel, TMP, 11.66. 1600m run -1. Mason, H, 4:36.72; 2. Zlmmer, TMP, 4:38.20; 3. Loving, L, 4:44.12. 400m relsy - 1. TMP-Marlan, 45.08; 2. Russell, 45.29; 3. Pratt, 48.13. 400m dash - 1. Barker, P, 51.36; 2. Leiker, TMP, 52.72; 3. Weigel, TMP, 53.94. 300m hurdles - 1. Schmidt, TMP, 42.13; 2. Sloops, P, 42.24; 3. Wiley, TMP, 44.00. GIRLS Team Scores TMP-Marian 160, Hoislngton 93, Russell 60 'A, Lamed 27, Pratt 13 <A. Individual Results 800m run -1. Clawson, L, 2:28.01; 2. Vanek, TMP, 2:35.34; 3. Nell, R, 2:40.81. 200m dash - 1. Pruter, TMP, 26.54; 2. Degenhardt, R, 27.25; 3. Koester, H, 27.30. 3200m run -1. Heln, TMP, 13:10.20; 2. Herren, H, 13:27.52; 3. Robinson, TMP, 13:41.47. 1600m relay - 1. TMP-Marlan, 4:15.26; 2. Hoislngton, 4:22.84; 3. Russell, 4:23.53. Dlscui - 1. Clutter, H, 120-9; 2. Gullford, H, 119*; 3. Wallers, TMP, 101-10. High lump - 1. Beran, TMP, 5X1; 2. Desblan, TMP, 4-10; 3. Luetters, TMP, 4-8. Triple lump - 1. Taduran, TMP, 31-V4; 2. Bealby, R, 30-4 Vi; 3. Schmidt, TMP, 30-3. Shot put - 1. Guliford, H, 34-8%; 2. Clutter, H, 32-2Vi; 3. Frick, L, 31-9. Javelin - 1. Klein, R, 111-10; 2. Rorabaugh, H, 96-7; 3. Schmidt, TMP, 93-10. Long lump -1. Jacob, L, 15-10%; 2. Vanek, TMP, 15-7V4; 3. Beran, TMP. 15-1%. 100m hurdles - 1. Pruter, TMP, 16.25; 2. Kuhn, TMP, 16.45; 3. Long, TMP, 16.75. 3200m reliy - 1. TMP-Marian, 10:50.44; 2. Holsington. 11:13.65; 3. Russell, 11:35.00. 100m dash - 1. Mitchell, R, 13.13; 2. Long, TMP, 13.38; 3. Schneider, H, 13.43. 1600m run -1. Vanek, TMP, 5:48.84; 2. Hein, TMP, 5:49.94; 3. Herren, H, 6:09.87. 400m relay- 1. Russell, 52.35; 2. TMP-Man- an, 53.26; 3. Hoislngton, 54.31. 400m dash - 1. Baird, H, 1:03.58; 2. Boger, H, 1:04.37; 3. Rolo, P, 1:05.30. 300m hurdles - 1. Pruter, TMP, 46.71; 2. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE At Belolt BOYS Team Scores Hillcrest 135, Waconda East 74, Mankato 69, Southern Cloud 64, Jewell 59, SJ BeM 56, White Rock 38, Pike Valley 24. Individual Results Shot put - 1. Roblnett, J, 49-3 V.; 2. Hake, SJB, 45-4'A; 3. Topliff, J, 43-8%. Discus <• 1. Hake, SJB, 132-3; 2. Roblnett, J, 129-5:3. Enyeart, M, 120-1. Javelin -1. Skocny, H, 160-5; 2. KIndler, WR, 140-0;3. Garman.J, 133-2. High lump -1. Lavy, SC, 6-10; 2. Keller, SC, 6-2; 3. Garman, WR, 5*. Long |ump -1. Keller, SC, 20-3; 2. Lavy, SC, 20-2%; 3. Brown, SJB, 200. Triple lump -1. Lavy, SC, 43-B'/.; 2. Brown, SJB, 41-8¥4; 3. Lewis, J, 40-1. 100m dash - 1. Keller, SC, 11.16; 2. Genereux, H, 11.63; 3. Burgess, PV, 11.69. 110m hurdles - 1. Cunningham, WE, 15.03; 2. Claycamp, H, 15.13; 3. Genereux, H, 15.91. 3200m relsy - 1. Mankato, 8:46.19; 2. Hillcrest, 8:56.15; 3. Waconda East, 9:43.46. 1600m run - 1. Lawson, H, 5:00.44; 2. Reynolds, PV, 5:07.51; 3. Porter, SJB, 5:11.16. 400m relsy-1. Waconda East, 46.19; 2. Hillcrest, 46.94; 3. Jewell, 48.78. 400m daih -1. Brown, SJB, 53.53; 2. Revell, H, 56.41; 3. Lesovsky, H, 56.50. 300m hurdles - 1. Cunningham, WE, 41.25; 2. Claycamp, H, 42.60; 3. Remus, WE, 43.37. 800m run - 1. Uppold, M, 2:08.38; 2. Skudlarek, M, 2:11.73; 3. Henke, H, 2:17.41. 200m dath - 1. Cunningham, WE, 22.85; 2. Keller, SC, 22.90; 3. Claycamp, H, 23.34. 3200m run - 1. Lawson, H, 11:01.34; 2. Wilson, WE, 11:40.66; 3. Simmelink, WH, 11:44.25. 1600m relay -1. Hillcrest, 3:45.64; 2. Mankato, 3:45.90; 3. Waconda East, 4:14.81. GIRLS Team Scores Mankato 128, SJ Beloit 81, Pike Valley 74, Hillcrest 66, Waconda East 65, White Rock 59, Jewell 52, Southern Cloud 0. Individual Reaults Shot put -1. Basel, M, 34-8%; 2. Anderson, H, 31-10V4; 3. Shulda, H, 31-0. Discus -1. Basel, M, 110-5; 2. Kadel, J, 979; 3. Stone, WR, 93-3. Javelin -1. Basel, M, 103*; 2. Jermark, SJB, 93-9; 3. Chemey, H, 89-3. High (ump -1. Manning, WR, 5-3; 2. Barrett, J.5-0; 3. Walter, SJB, 4-10. Long Jump - 1. Vering, SJB, 15-11 %; 2. Chemey, H, 17-6'A; 3. Scheef, J, 15-5'/i. Triple lump - 1. Kolman, H, 33-11'A; 2. Schlaefll, M, 33*%; 3. Vering, SJB, 32-4%. 800m run - 1. Rallsback. M, 2:44.47; 2. Bradley, M, 2:52.50; 3. Simmelink, J, 2:53.84. 200m daih -1. Aspegren, PV, 26.62; 2. Walter, WE, 26.75; 3. Gaston, WE, 27.63. 3200m run - 1. Burgess, WR, 12.51.49; 2. Pumphrey, M, 13:29.16; 3. Rothchild, M, 14:39.61. 1600m relay-1. Mankato, 4:34.5; 2. SJ Be- lolt, 4:48.36; 3. Waconda East, 4:59.62. 100m dash -1. Walter, WE, 12.68; 2. Aspegren, PV, 12.93; 3. Gaston, WE, 12.94. 100m hurdles - 1. Kolman, H, 16.35; 2. Ter- penlng, M, 16.75; 3. Nlewald, SJB, 16.78. 800m relay - 1. Waconda East, 1:53.91; 2. White Rock, 1:59.09; 3. SJ Beloit, 1:59.25. 1600m run - 1. Rallsback, M, 5:57.34; 2. Burgess, WR, 5:58.28; 3. Pumphrey, M, 6:19.84. 400m relay -1. SJ Beloit, 54.31; 2. Waconda East, 54.47; 3. Hillcrest, 55.31. 400m dash -1. Underwood, WR, 1:05.03; 2. Schlaelli, M, 1:05.47; 3. Herrman, PV, 1:06.53. 300m hurdles - 1. Terpenlng, M, 48.47; 2. Kolman, H, 49.79; 3. Monty, SJB, 52.60. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY LEAGUE At Sharon Springs BOYS Team Scores Brewster 128, Sharon Springs 123, Tribune 71, Grinnell 60, Cheylln 52, Triplalns 36, Jennings, 32, Weskan 17, Utlca 16, Golden Plains 14, Healy6. Individual Reaults 200m dash - 1. Young, Trio, 23.52; 2. D.Wright, Trip, 23.55; 3. T.Wrtghl, Trip, 24.17. 3200m run - 1. Poe, SS, 10:55.43; 2. Doze, B, 11:07.19; 3. Young, U, 11:11.45. 400m relay - 1. Brewster, 46.78; 2. Sharon Springs, 47.23; 3. Grinnell, 47.37. 3200m relay - 1. Brewster, 8:35.17; 2. Jennings, 9:18.69; 3. Sharon Springs, 9:30.19. 1600m relay -1. Brewster, 3:35.97; 2. Sharon Springs, 3:44.68; 3. Tribune, 3:52.55. Shot put -1. Wolf, G, 45-9; 2. Wilkens, C, 451;3. Rail, 6,40-4. Discus - 1. Wolf, G, 129-2Vi; 2. Wilkens, C, 122-5V4; 3. Cullens, SS, 120-3Vi. Javelin - 1. Stams, B, 164-7; 2. Moyer, C, 153-2;3. McDaniel, SS, 151-0. Long Jump -1. Rush, B, 21-1 Vi; 2. Mangan, Trib, 20-5%; 3. Babcock, U, 19-10%. Triple Jump - 1. Randolph, B, 40-1; 2. Mangan, Trib, 39-8%; 3. Fleckenstein, J, 39-7%. High Jump -1. Moos, G, 6-3; 2. Fisher, SS, 511; 3. Randolph, J, 5-10. Pole vault -1. Poe, SS, 10-6; 2. Parks, SS, 10X1; 3. Welsh, SS, 9*. 110m hurdles - 1. Voorhles, C, 15.65; 2. Johnson, SS, 15.79; 3. Cox, W, 17.29. 100m daih -1. Young, Trib, 11.02; 2. Wright, Trip, 11.12; 3. Dlnkel, SS, 11.14. 1600m run -1. Poe, SS, 4:56.64; 2. Dickman, G, 5:03.76; 3. Doze, B, 5:05.50. 400m dash - 1. Rush, B, 52.28; 2. Young, Trib, 53.20; 3. Wright. Trip, 53.84. 300m hurdles - 1. Johnson, SS, 42.86; 2. Voorhles, C, 43.51; 3. Tuttle, Trib, 44.55. 800m run -1. Doze, B, 2:07.14; 2. Stams, B, 2:07.62; 3. Bailey, J, 2:06.71. GIRLS Team Scores Sharon Springs 107, Grinnell 97, Weskan 68, Cheylin 89, Golden Plains 32, Triplains 32, Healy 31, Tribune 27, Jennings 25, Utlca 25, Brewster 24. Individual Results 400m relay - 1. Grinnell, 53.04; 2. Sharon Springs, 55.17; 3. Weskan, 57.12. 600m relay -1. Grinnell, 1:57.23; 2. Sharon Springs, 1:59.10; 3. Weskan, 1:59.56. 1600m reliy - 1. Utica, 4:43.43; 2. Sharon Springs, 4:44.65; 3. Weskan, 4:51.11. 3200m run - 1. Luckert, B, 12:56.52; 2. Grund, SS, 13:44.90; 3. Robinson, W, 14:11.00. Shot put -1. Kuttler, Trib, 33-8; 2. Robinson, W, 32-3%; 3. Foster, U, 32-1. Dlicus -1. Jennison, H, 116-5; 2. Reids, GP, 103-10; 3. Kuttler, Trib, 94-10%. Javelin -1. Glasco, C, 88-2; 2. Collins, W, 859; 3. Jennison, H, 85-8. Long |ump -1. Fraiser, SS, 16-2; 2. Rogers, 15-11 %; 3. Okeson.W, 15-3. Triple lump -1. Mense, G, 33*'/i; 2. Heinrich, G, 32-9'/4; 3. Welsh, SS, 32-7%. High lump - 1. Wildeman, J, 5-0; 2. Dlnkel, SS, 4-11; 3. Okeson.W, 4-11. 100m hurdles - 1. Helnrich, G, 16.59; 2. Ochs, Trip, 16.95; 3. Cersovsky, H, 17.20. lOum dash -1. Fraiser, SS, 12.75; 2. Kahle. G, 13.12; 3. Poe, SS, 13.15. 1600m run -1. Grund, SS, 5:57.10; 2. Luckert, B, 5:58.81; 3. Beamer, G, 6:11.87. 400m dash -1. Burch, W, 1:06.34; 2. Pearce, SS, 1:08.06; 3. Albers, GP, 1:09.01. 300m hurdles -1. Ochs, Trip, 51.03; 2. Ochs, U, 53.30; 3. Robinson, W, 54.78. 800m ran - 1. Grund, SS, 2:40.92; 2. Beamer, G, 2:42.67; 3. Luckert, B, 2:48.16. 200m dash -1. Helnrich, G, 27.40; 2. Kahle, G, 27.56; 3. Ochs, Trip, 28.51. | S, 2:03.78; 3. Hodge, Hil, 2:07.05. 3200m run - 1. Willllord, S, 10:453; 2. Grassen, HII, 11:02.73; 3. Christner, Hes, 11:07.94. 1600m relay - 1. Smoky Valley, 3:36.10; 2. Lyons, 3:38.81; 3. Hillsboro, 3:38.82. GIRLS Team Scores Moundridge 91, Elllnwood 89, Hesston 64, Smoky Valley 58, Lyons 52, Sterling 42, Hills- bora 39, Nlckerson 33, Haven 30, Halstead 28. Individual Reaulta Shot put - 1. Buckaloo, N, 34-4; 2. Wlens, Hal, 32-3%; 3. Musolek, Hav, 32-3. High lump -1. Holloway, M, 5-1; 2. North, E, 4-11;Duerksen, Hil, 4-9. Long jump -1. Raney, Hes, 15-11K; 2. Nutter, SV, 15-4; 3. Willard, N, 14-9. Javelin - 1. Drees. E, 114-6; 2. Higgins, L, 111-9;3.Rippe, N, 107-0. 100m hurdles -1. Raney, Hes, 16.84; 2. Holloway, M, 16.88; 3. Savage, S, 16.97. 800m relay - 1. Ellinwood, 1:52.42; 2. Hesston, 1:54.04; 3. Smoky Valley, 1:57.55. Triple jump - 1. T.Holloway, M, 36-Vb; 2. D.Holloway, M, 33-2; 3. Nickel, Hil, 30-9K. Discus -1. Peter, E, 98-4; 2. Musalek, Hav, 94-11; 3. Buckaloo, N, 94-3. 100m daih - 1. Machennan, SV, 13.18; 2. Burr, E, 13.33; 3. Chlsm, Hes, 13.50. 1600m run -1. Zerger, M, 5:44.95; 2. Wikoff, L, 5:44.99; 3. Kruse, S, 6:03.72. 400m relay -1. Ellinwood, 53.44; 2. Hesston, 53.51; 3. Smoky Valley, 55.08. 400m daih - 1. Krone, S, 1:05.07; 2. White ,Hav, 1:05.30; 3. Moddelmog, M, 1:06.39; 300m hurdles - 1. T.Holloway, M, 48.44; 2. Sessler, E, 50.09; 3. D.Holloway, M, 51.68. 800m run - 1. Zerger, M, 2:30.85; 2. Bryant, E, 2:31.41; 3. Harder, Hil, 2:31.82. 200m dash - 1. Machennan, SV, 27.97; 2. Michaud, Hav, 28.78; 3. Chlsm, Hes, 29.01. 3200m run - 1. Duerksen, Hil, 13:37.4; 2. Imel, L, 13.37.7; 3. Lopez, L, 14:13.6. 1600m relay - 1. Moundridge, 4:23.37; 2. Ellinwod, 4:28.92; 3. Lyons, 4:35.21. Yachting America's Cup (Best-of-9) N. Zealand vs. Team Dennis Conner Saturday, May 6 Black Magic 1 def. Young America, by 2 minutes, 45 seconds Monday, May 8 Black Magic 1 def. Young America, by 4 minutes, 14 seconds Tuesday, May 9 Black Magic 1 def. Young America, by 1 minute, 51 seconds Thursday, May 11 Black Magic 1 def. Young America, by 3 minutes, 37 seconds Saturday, May 13 Black Magic 1 def. Young America, by 1 minutes, 50 seconds, Team New Zealand wins America's Cup 5-0 Tennis U.S. Clay Courts PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) - Results Saturday from the $289,250 ATP Tour Rolling Rock U.S. Clay Court Championships at Plnehurst Resort and Country Club: Singles Semifinals Javier Frana, Argentina, del. Magnus Larsson (1), Sweden, 6-4,4*. 6-3. Thomas Enqvist (2), Sweden, del. David Wheaton, Lake Mlnnetonka, Minn., 7-5,6-4. . Doubles Semifinals Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge (1), Australia, del. Bret Garnet, Camden, S.C., and Michael Tebbutt, Australia, 6-3,6-2. Alex O'Brien, Amarillo, Texas, and Sandon Stolle (2), Australia, del. Jakob Hlasek, Switzerland, and Brett Steven, New Zealand, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. Italian Open ROME (AP) - Results Saturday from the $800,000 Italian Open women's tournament (seedlngs in parentheses): Singles Quarterfinals Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (1), Spain, del. Shaun Stafford, Gainesville, Fla., 6-1,6-3. Helena Sukova (13), Czech Republic, del. Joanette Kruger, South Africa, 6-0, 6-3. Mary Pierce (2), France, def. Iva Majoli (8), Croatia, 6-4,2-6,7-6 (7-4). Semifinals Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (1), Spain, def. Helena Sukova (13), Czech Republic, 6-3,6-0. High school MANHATTAN INVITATIONAL Team scores Salina Central 48, BV Northwest 34, Topeka West 26, Emporia 26, Junction City 24, Manhattan 21, Topeka High 13, Salina South 10. Singles No. 1 - 1. Krehbiel, SC, def. Ahmed, BVNW, 6-2,6-4; 3. Kim, JC, def. Hoffman, M, 6-3,6-1. No. 2 -1. Hatter, E, def. Stoeckleln, M, 6-2, 63; 3. Ballou, SC, def. Schoenfeldt, TW, 7-6,6-1. Doubles No, 1 - 1. Huseman-Sexton, SC, def. Wllliams-Snell, TW, 6-2,6-1; 3. Kuntz-Heck, JC, del. Ahmed-Herbster, BVNW, 6-0, 7-5; No. 2 1. Yamevlch-Kelley, SC, def. Novak-Feimster, BVN, 2-6,6-4, 7-6; 3. Alexander-Johnson, TW, def. Engstrom-Sloan, JC, 6-0,6-2. Salina South results Singles No. 1 - 8. Newcomer, 0-3. No. 2-7. Jun, 12. Doubles No. 1 - 5. Morgan-Toews, 2-1; No. 2-6. Roth-Horn, 1-2. Swimming High school STATE SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS Diving Salina Results 22. Lisa Tripp, SS, 141.20; 36. Rebecca Miller, SC, 74.70. Cycling MID-CENTRAL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION At Elllnwood BOYS Team Scores Smoky Valley 138, Sterling 106, Lyons 92, Halstead 89, Hillsboro 47, Moundridge 36, Hesston 19, Elllnwood 16, Haven 12, Nlckerson 3. Individual Results Shot put - 1. Vosburg, SV, 48-5 V.; 2. Milleson, SV, 46-3; 3. Houghton, SV, 45-5%. Dlicuj -1. Milleson, SV, 146-5; 2. Stansbury, Hes. 142-9; 3. Tobias, L, 135-7. Pole vault - 1. Thompson, S, 11-5%; 2. Creach, Hal, 11-1; 3. Whiting, E, 10*. 110m hurdles -1. Schubert, L, 15.75; 2. Zubillaga, S, 15.81; 3. Suhler, L, 15.95. High jump - 1. Lewis, S, 6-3; 2. Bishop, SV, 6-3; 3. Littlejohn, Hal, 6-3. Long jump - 1. Clark, L, 21-4; 2. Uttlejohn, Hal, 21-0; 3. Prosser, E, 20-8. 3200m relsy -1. Hillsboro, 8:36.09; 2. Lyons, 8:45.90; 3. Smoky Valley, 9:02.53. 100m dash - 1. Guhr, M, 11.0; 2. Lindholm, SV, 11.16; 3. Clark, L, 11.36. Javelin -1. Littlejohn, Hal, 186-7; 2. Morrison, S, 165*; 3. Vosburg, SV, 162-0. 400m reliy - 1. Halstead, 45.30; 2. Lyons, 45.49; 3. Smoky Valley, 45.84. . 1600m run -1. Bishop, SV. 4:44.20; 2. Elliott, 3,4:49.25; 3. Williford, 5,4:51.97. 400m dish - 1. Guhr, M, 50.79; 2. Lindholm, SV, 51.45; 3. Peterman, Hav, 53.48. 300m hurdles -1. Suhler, L, 41.90; 2. Schubert, L, 41.91; 3. Zubillaga, S, no time available. 200m daih -1. Bishop, SV, 2:02.10; 2. Elliott, Tour off Italy PERUGIA, Italy (AP) - Results of the opening stage of the 2,359-mile Tour of Italy - a 127-mile leg from from Perugia to Temi: 1. Mario Cipollini, Italy, Mercalone Uno, 5 hours, 15 minutes, 53 seconds. 2. Mario Manzoni, Italy, Brescialat, same time. 3. Johan Caplot, Belgium, Cer. Refin, same time. 4. Giovanni Fldanza, Italy, Team Poltl, same time. 5. Francois Simon, France, Castorama, same time. 6. Nicola Minali, Italy, Gewiss, same time. 7. Rolf Sorensen, Denmark, Maglifido MG, same time. 8. Michel Lafis, Sweden, Amore e Vita same time. 9. Giiles Talmant, France, Castorama, same time. 10. Alessandro Bertolinl, Italy, Carrera Jeans, same time. 11. Silvio Martinello. Italy, Mercalone Uno, same time. 12. Francesco Casagrande, Italy, Mercatone Uno, same time. 13. Giovanni Lombard!. Italy, Team Polti, same time. 14. Pascal Richard, Switzerland, Magnitao MG, same time. 15. Nicola Loda, Italy, Magnifitio MG, same time. 16. Andrei Tiolertouii. Kazakhstan, Akl - Gip- iemme, same time. 17. Jim Van De Laer, Belgium, TVM Verzeker- Ingn, same time. 18. Claudio Chiappucd, Italy, Carrera Jeans, same time. Transactions BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBS-Signed Joe Magrane, pitcher, to a minor-league contract. FOOTBALL National Football League DENVER BRONCOS-Signed Shane Dronett, defensive end, to a one-year contract. HOCKEY National Hockey League DALLAS STARS-Hecalled Zac Boyer, right wing, from Kalamazoo of the IHL. Sunday, May 14 Television AUTO RACING 2 p.m. - Indianapolis 500 time trials ...... ........... ABC. cable 9. 10 BASEBALL 1:10 p.m. - San Diego at Chicago (NL) ................................ JTON. cable 46 12:05 p.m. - Cincinnati at Atlanta (NL) ................................. WTBS. cable 29 6:20 p m. - Baseball Tonight ................................................. ESPN, cable 25 6:56 p.m: - Montreal at New York (NL) ................................. ESPN, cab e 25 11 P .m.-Baseba,,Ton, a h, ..... — ...................... ESPN.cab.e25 11:30 a.m.- NBA Showtime Noon - NEfA playoffs: Phoenix at Houston ........ ... ............... NBC, cable 3, 3 2:30 p.m. - NBA playoffs: San Antonio at LA Lakers .......... NBC. cable 3, 3 5 p.m - NBA playoffs: Orlando at Chicago ......................... NBC, cable 3, 13 GOLF 1:30 p.m. - Senior Cadillac NFL Classic ............................. ..ESPN, cable 25 3 p.m - PGA Byron Nelson Classic .................................... ABC, cable 9, 10 2pm- LPGA McDonald's Championship .......................... CBS, cable 5, 12 2 p.m. - NHL playoff game HOCKEY F° x • <»*> ta "• 7 TENNIS Noon - USTA Claycourt Championships ............................... Prims, cable 24 GENERAL 10 a.m. - Sports Reporters .................................................... ESPN, cable 25 10 a.m. - Sports Today .......................................................... -CNN, cable 30 10:30 a.m. - Sportscenter .................................................. ..-ESPN, cable 25 6 p.m. - Sportscenter ............................................................. ESPN, cable 25 10 P p.m. - Sports Tonight ........................................................ j£NN- -£ » 10 p.m. - Sportscenter ........................................................... Esf " N ' ca ° e •£ Midnight - Sports Latenlght .................................................... -CNN, cable 30 1 a.m. - Sportscenter ............................................................. ESPN, cable 25. Radio BASEBALL 1:10 a.m. - California at Kansas City (AL) ............................. KSAL. 1150-AM. SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing • At Loudon, N.H., everything seems to be groovy on the.Busch Grand National NASCAR tour for Chad Little. Driving a car he didn't think was fast enough to win, Little found a groove late in the race Saturday and won the New England Chevy Dealers 250 at the New Hampshire International Speedway. Little, 32, won his third race of the season by finishing 1.65 seconds ahead of Elton Sawye. • At Barcelona, Spain, Michael Schumach- .er, mired in an early season slump, easily outgunned the competition Saturday to win the pole for the running today of the Spanish Grand Prix. Schumacher's qualifying time of 1 minute, 21.452 seconds in a Benetton-Renault was six-tenths of a second faster that than of Jean Alesi. His Ferrari was fastest in preliminary qualifying Friday. Boxing Cycling • At Glasgow, Scotland, British heavyweight Frank Bruno moved closer to his fourth shot at a world title Saturday night with a second-round knockout of American Mike Evans. ,. For the third consecutive bout, Bruno made quick work of a lightly regarded opponent. Evans was down once in the first round and twice in second, failing to rise in the final seconds of the latter round after Bruno hit him flush in the chin with a left hook. • At Berlin, heavyweight Felix Savon of Cuba won a record fifth gold medal at the World Amateur Boxing Championships on Saturday when his bout against an overmatched German bank employee was stopped in the second round. Savon, yet to lose in a major international tournament, dropped Luan Krasniqi with a right hand just seconds into the round. • At Perugia, Italy, Mario Cipollini of Italy put on a powerful closing sprint to win the opening stage of the Tour of Italy cycling race i Saturday. Golf • At Clifton, N.J., Al Del Greco is becoming as well-known for golf as football. The Houston Oilers placekicker won the Cadillac-NFL Players Golf Classic for the third straight year Saturday with a 2-foot par putt on the first playoff hole to beat Indianapolis Colts quarterback Browning Nagle. It was the second straight year Del Greco beat Nagle for the title and its $25,000 first prize and new car, both of which he will donate to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Tennis • At Pinehurst, N.C., Argentina's Javier Frana prevented the U.S. Clay Court Championships from turning into an all-Swedish title showdown by upsetting No. 1 seed Magnus Larsson 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 in Saturday's semifinals. The unseeded Frana move into Sunday's final and will take on another Swede, second-seeded Thomas Enqvist. Enqvist advanced with a 7-5, 6-4 victory over American David Wheaton. He has dropped just one set through the first four rounds of the event. General • At Asbury Park, N.J., Hall of Famer pitcher Sandy Koufax said he was misled by a collectibles dealer, but the dealer says it was all a misunderstanding. Koufax said he was upset that yarmulkes he had autographed had been sold by B&J Collectibles of Lakewood. Koufax said he had been told the skullcaps were to be presented to children at an awards ceremony at a Hebrew school. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 913-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913*82-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-422-1969 Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife. & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 913-628-8814 Salina Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Salina Parks & Recreation office 913-826-7434 Salina Parks & Recreation information 913-826-7464 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1150-AM) 800*08-1150 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (race results) 913-229-3636 University of Kansas ticket office 913-864-3141 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-755-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-689-3266 ournal •LINE* Call 825-6000 and punch In a category number Local Sports Scores 6000 Bob Roberts' Fishing Line (FISH) 3474 National Sports Update : 6765 Other Sports Categories 6200

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