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B2 Tuesday, May 16,1995 The Salina Journal Basketball NBA playoffs All Tlmee CDT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Bett-of-7) Saturday, May 13 Houston 110, Phoenix 85 Indiana 98, New York 84, Indiana leads series 3-1 Sunday, May 14 Phoenix 114, Houston 110, Phoenix leads series 3-1 San Antonio 80, LA. Lakers 71, San Antonio leads series 3-1 Chicago 106, Orlando 95, series tied 2-2 Tueiday, May 16 Chicago at Orlando, 6 p.m. (TNT) L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. (TNT) Houston at Phoenix, 9:30 (TBS) NBA defense NEW YORK (AP) — The 1994-95 NBA All- Defensive teams as selected by the NBA head coaches with first-team votes In parentheses and total points. Voting was done a 2-1 basis: First Team Forwards — Scottie Plppen, Chicago (22) 46: Dennis Rodman, San Antonio (15) 35. Center — David Robinson, San Antonio (10) 27. Guards — Gary Paylon, Seattle (19) 43: Mookle Blaylock. Atlanta (11) 32. Second Team Forwards — Horace Grant, Orlando (6) 18; Derrick McKey, Indiana (3) 13. Center — Dikembe Mutombo, Denver (10) 26. Guards — John Stockton, Utah (4) 14: Nate McMillan, Seattle (2) 13. Baseball Big 8 standings RNAL Conference All Games W L W L Oklahoma 20 7 37 12 Oklahoma State 18 10 39 15 Iowa State 13 12 25 22 Nebraska 13 13 34 20 Kansas State 13 14 27 22 " Kansas 9 17 22 31 Missouri 7 20 19 34 Big Eight Tournament At Oklahoma City Thursday - Iowa State vs. Nebraska, 11 a.m.; Oklahoma State vs. Kansas State, 3 p.m.; Oklahoma vs. Kansas, 7:30 p.m. Friday - OU-KU loser vs. OSU-KSU loser, 11 a.m.; OU-KU winner vs. ISU-NU loser, 3 p.m.; OSU-KSU winner vs. ISU-NU, 7:30 p.m. College rankings BASEBALL AMERICA TOP 25 DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — The top 25 college baseball teams as determined by the! staff of Baseball America magazine with records through May 14, and previous rankings: Record Pv» 1. Cal State Fullerton 49- 9 1 2. Auburn 46- 9 2 3. Wlchltl Stats 51-13 6 4. Southern California 38-18 7 5. Florida State 43-13 3 t. Oklahoma 37-12 5 7. Clemson 46-10 4 8. Texas Tech 45-11 8 9. Miami 40-13 9 10. Central Florida 48-11 12 11. Tennessee 43-13 13 12. Rice 39-15 11 13. LSU 42-14 10 14. Oklahoma State 39-15 15 15. Texas 41-15 16 16. Pepperdlne 34-17 18 17. Stanford 32-21 19 18. Florida Int. 49- 9 14 19. James Madison 40-13 20 20. Long Beach State 34-21 22 21. Fresno State 39-20 17 22. Texas ASM 37-18 23 23. South Alabama 39-13 24 24. Mississippi 37-18 25 25. Alabama 35-20 — Wranglers JACKSON 5, WICHITA 2 Jackson 003 000 020 - 5 6 2 Wichita 101 000 000 - 2 6 2 WP - Mllcki (2-0). LP - Evans (0-2). 2B Chavez (J); Martinez (W). HR - Montgomery, Nevers (J); Damon (W). A - 5,014. High school REGIONAL PAIRINGS CLASS 5A Today'* Games At Dean Evan* Stadium Salina South (12-6) vs. Highland Park (4-9), 3 p.m. Topeka Seaman (12-5) vs. Salina Central (316), 5 p.m. Regional championship, 7 p.m. CLASS 3-2-1A Monday Results Sylvan vs. Fairfield at Sylvan Lincoln 5, Eli-Saline 3 Wednesday Games At Dean Evan* Stadium Southeast of Saline (10-6) vs. Lincoln, 3 p.m. Sacred Heart (14-4) vs. Fairneld-Sytvan winner, 5 p.m. Regional championship, 7 p.m. CLASS 3-2-1A REGIONAL First Round LINCOLN 5, ELL-SAUNE 3 Ell-Saline 010 110 0 - 3 8 2 Lincoln 100 202 x - 5 10 4 WP - Kobbeman (4-1). LP - White. 2B - Gebhart (L). 3B - Honing (L), Taylor (E). Golf High school CLASS 5A REGIONALS AT MCPHERSON Turkey Creek Q.C., PIT 70 Team Scores (Top three quality tor state) Hays 302, Maize 331, Great Bend 339, McPherson 350, Salina Central 355, Buhler 360, Valley Center 373, Salina South 379. State Qualifiers 1. Wes Slmoneau, Hays 37-37-74 2. Chris Hendrikson, Hays 35-39-74 3. Chris Brungardt, Hays 38-39-77 4. A.J. Pyle, Hays 37-40-77 5. Jason Gentilcore, Hays 39-38-77 6. Matt Cline, Salina Central 39-41-80 7. Jeff Pankewfch, McPherson 39-41-80 8. Roll* Anderson, Great Bend .... 40-40-80 9. Aaron Torczynski, Maize 39-43-82 10. Greg Younger, Maize 41-41-82 Other Salina Central Scores Tony Aft, 42-44-86; Chris Bowman, 47;47-94; Jeff Morrison, 50-46-96; Andy Frank, 4952-101; Ryan Rackley, 47-59-106. Stlina South Scores Greg Ewy, 48-46-92; Taylor Lewick, 4153-94; Ryan McCall, 50-45-95; Craig Kuder, 53-45-98; Ryan Williams, 44-55-99; Kyle Harbaugh, 49-51-100. (Clan 5A State Toumiment, Miy 22, Sunflower Hills G.C., Bonner Springs) CLASS 4A REGIONALS AT HAYS Smoky Hill C.C.,Pir 71 Team icorei (Top two quillty for state) Lamed 335, Ulysses 335, Colby 338, Hoisington 347, Goodland 360, Hugoton 368; Thomas More Prep-Marian 369, Scott City 380. Medalists 1. Klein, Ulysses 77 2. Elliott, Goodland 78 3. Racette, Lamed 80 4. Rttter, Hoisington 82 5. Madsen, Ulysses 83 6. Underwood, Lamed 83 7. Rohn, Colby 83 Harenza, Colby 83 Coulter, TMP-Marlan 83 (Class 4A State Tournament, May 22, Ter- radyne G.C., Andover) AT CLAY CENTER Clay Center Country Club Par66 Teim Scores Marysvllle 298, Topeka Hayden 303. Ellsworth 305, Abilene 315, Chapman 315, Clay Center 319, Wamego 331, Concordia 334, Council Grove 354. State Ouillflers 1. Luke Johnson, Hayden 70 2. Came Padden. Marysville 73 3. Jonathan Sells, Marysville 73 4. Ryan Peschka, Ellsworth 74 5. Ben Coleman, Abilene 74 6. Dave Ferrell, Marysville 75 7. Mitch Edwards, Chapman 75 CLASS 3A REGIONALS AT HERINGTON Herlngton Country Club Par 72 Team Scores Wichita Collegiate 303, Medicine Lodge 311, Hesston 311, Lyons 326, Ellinwood 335, Eureka 340, Herington 341, Hlllsboro 345, Northern Heights 354, Marion 358, Halstead 396. '•Top three teams qualify for state State Qualifiers 1. Clint Winchester, Hesston 70 2. Mike Rothwell, Collegiate 72 3. Zac Burton, Herington 73 4. Garrett Simon, Collegiate 73 5. Aaron Relswlg, Marion 74 6. Nate Sherman, Medicine Lodge 74 7. Justin Miltner, Medicine Lodge 74 8. Bret Beitler, Hesston 76 9. Aaron Simon, Collegiate 78 10. Scott Flenner, Lyons 79 AT BELLEVILLE Republic County Recreation, Par 71 Team Scores (Top three quality for state) Nemaha Valley 311, Horton 313, Belleville 323, Rossville 331, Philllpsburg 353, St. Marys 354, Smith Center 372, Beloit 393, Rock Creek 410, Minneapolis 415. State Qualifiers 1. Steven Ruscho, Nemaha Valley . 38-37-75 2. Chad Knudson, Horton 36-40-76 3. Matt Schuetz, Horton 39-37-76 4. Brandon Nordhus, Nemaha V... 39-39-78 5. Tim Mock, Belleville 38-40-78 6. Jason Dove, Horton 41-38-79 7. Mike Hynek, Nemaha Valley.... 42-37-79 8. Dave Kohake, Nemaha Valley .. 39-40-79 9. Jason Mueting, Nemaha Valley.. 41-39-40 10. Mike Bell, Rossville 39-42-81 Jeremy Melton, Belleville 44-37-81 Brad Couture, Belleville 41-40-61 Jason Buessing, St. Marys 43-38-81 AT WaKEENEY Big Creek G.C., Par 70 Team Scores (Top three qualify for state) Southwestern Heights 322, Trego Community 330, Lakin 330, Leoti 347, Cimanon 357, Oberlin 360, Hoxie 372, Norton 380, Oakley 381, Hoi- comb 397, Plainvllle 405,. State Qualifiers 1. Brad Alexander, SW Heights.... 37-35-72 2. Taylor Trogstad, Trego 38-35-73 3. Ryan Warden, Lakin 38-37-75 4. Matt Seba, Loot! 40-41-81 5. Skip Cox, SW Heights 46-35-81 6. Joel Mermls, Trego 41-41-82 7: Jason Johnson, SW Heights 40-43-43 8. Blake Beymer, Lakin 38-45-83 9. Paul Kltzke, Oberlin 41-42-83 10. Chris Gllleland, Lakin 43-41-84 (Class 3A State Tournament, May 22, Hes- iton Municipal G.C.) CLASS 2A-1A REGIONALS AT HALSTEAD Wedgewood G.C., Par 70 Team Scores (Top three qualify for state) Ness City 346, Kinsley 347, '-Qulvira Heights 357, Sacred Heart 357, Remington 360, Clatlin 369, Burrton 374, Hulchlnson Trinity 401, Inman 428. '•Fifth player had lower score. State Qualifiers 1. Travis Roth, Remington 76 2. Anson Selb, Ness C'rty 79 3. Cain Frazier, Sacred Heart 81 4. Dae Van Pelt, Q.Helghts 81 5. James Schremmer, Clallln 82 6. Blake Seib, Ness City 82 7. Derek Boggs, Kinsley 85 8. Chad Consldlne, Bunion 86 9. Jim Carlson, Kinsley 86 10. Matt Swager, Kinsley 87 Ryan Prickett, Sacred Heart 87 Other Sacred Heir! Players Kevin Evel, 92; Chris Mergen, 97; Chris Ash, 100; Ben Breault, 108. AT ATWOOD AtwoodC.C.,Pir72 Teim Scores (Top three qualify for state) Ellis 330, Hill City 334, Atwood 358, Osborne 389, Quinler 396, Stockton 401, Kensington 495. State Qualifiers 1. Chris Mickelson, Ellis 76 2. Nathan Budig, Hill City 76 3. Blake Matzke, Ellis 81 4. Jake Worcester, Hill City 82 5. Ashley Healon, Ellis 82 6. Jason Kanak, Atwooo 83 7. John Peckham, Hill City 87 8. Quenton Breese, Oulnter 87 9. Jen Randel, Osbome 88 10. Justin Law, Hill City 89 (Clui 2-1A State Tournament, Miy 22, Sallna Municipal G.C.) SAND GREENS REGIONALS AT DOWNS Downs Country Club Team acores (Top three qualify for state) Downs 310, Mankato 316, Waconda East 328 State Qualifiers 1. Ortman, Mankalo 70 2. Schreuder, Downs 70 3. Berkley, Downs 75 4. Staley, Downs 78 5. Beck, Mankalo 79 6. Tonne, Tiplon 79 7. Wlnkel, Waconda East 80 8. G. Rader, Waconda East 81 9. Welsh, Miltonvale 81 10. Jorgenson, Valley Heights 82 Pacey. Mlttonvale 82 AT DIGHTON Dlghton Golf Club Team Scores (Top three qualify for state) SCOREBOARD TODAY'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY, MAY 16 BASEBALL Seattle at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. Salina South, Central at 5A regional at Evans Stadium, 3 p.m. Dlghton 303, LaCrosse 306, Jetmore 353, Lucas-Luray 372; Logan 378, Cheylin 382. State qualifiers 1. William, Jetmore 69 2. Grammon, Logan 71 3. M. Urban, LaCrosse 73 4. Bever, Dighton 74 5. Fagerqulst, Dlghton 75 6. Price, Dighton 75 7. Baldwin, LaCrosse 78 8. J. Urban, LaCrosse 77 9. Stanley, Dlghton 79 10. Jones, LaCrosse 80 (Sand Greens Stele Toumiment, May 22, LaCrotie G.C.) Cycling Tour of Italy MAROTTA, Italy (AP) — Top finishers Monday of the third stage ol the Tour of Italy cycling race — 99.8 miles from Spoleto to Marotta: 1. Mario Cipolllni, Italy, Marcatone Unc-Sae- co, 3 hours, 56 minutes, 11 seconds, 23.358 mph. 2. Johan Capiot, Belgium, Ceramiche Refin, same time. 3. Giuseppe Citterio, Italy, Akl-Glplemrne, same time. 4. Jan Svorada, Slovakia, Lampre-Panaria, same time. 5. Nicola Minall, Italy, Gewiss-Ballan, same time. 6. Giovanni Fidanza, Italy, Team Poltl, same time. 7. Silvio Martinello, Italy, Marcatone Unc-Sae- co, same time. 8. Massimo Strazzer, Italy, Navigare Blue Storm, same time. 9. Marco Villa, Italy, AZmore e Vita-Galatron, same time. 10. Mario Manzoni, Italy, Bresdalat, same lime. 11. Peter Van Petegem, TVM-Verzekeringen, same lime. 12. Francois Simon, France, Castorama, same time. Alio 19. Michael Andersson, Sweden, Sicasal- Acral, same time. 32. Jasper Skibby, Denmark, TVM-Versek- eringen, same time. 34. Rolf Sorensen, Denmark, Maglifldo MG- Technogym, same time. 65. Georg Totschnig, Austria, Team Poltl, same time. 77. Bo Hamburger, Denmark, TVM-Verzerk- eringen, same time. 83. Stephen Hodge, Australia, Festina-Lotus, same time. 88. Tony Rominger, Switzerland, Mapel-GB, same time. 148. Andrew Hampslen, Boulder, Colo., Banesto, same time. Softball High school REGIONAL PAIRINGS AND RESULTS CLASS SA Monday's Gamei Salina Centrall, McPhersonO Salina South 7, Salina Central 1 CLASS 3-2-1A Today's Game Sylvan at Lincoln, 3:30 p.m. Thursday's Games At Bethany College, Llndsborg Sacred Heart (17-3) vs. Sylvan-Lincoln winner, 4:45 p.m. Southeast ol Saline (11-5) vs. Ell-Saline (511), 4:45 p.m. Tennis High school CLASS 5A REGIONAL At McPherson TEAM SCORES McPherson 11, Salina Central 10, Buhler 5, Salina South 4, Great Bend 3, Hays 2, Liberal 1. SINGLES First Round Krehbiel, SC, received bye; Toews, SS, del. Schleis, L, 6-7 (8-10), 6-3, 6-2; Newcomer, SS, del. Rowe, GB, 6-4, 6-2; Lewis, B, del. Altman, H, 6-2,6-4. Vincent, M, del. Ballou, SC, 6-2, 6-4; Lewis, GB, del. Whlteomb, L, 6-3,5-7,6-1; Breeden, H, del. Votruba, B, 6-3, 6-3; Turner, M, received bye. Quarterflnali Krehbiel, SC, del. Toews, SS, 64, 64; Newcomer, SS, del. Lewis, B, 6-4, 6-1; Vincent, M, del. Lewis, GB, 6-3, 6-4; Turner, M, del. Breeden, H, 6-1,6-1. Semifinals Krehbiel, SC, del. Newcomer, SS, 6-1, 6-3; Turner, M, del. Vincent, M, 6-2,6-1. Championship Krehbiel, SC, del. Turner, M, 6-2,6-3. Third Place Vincent, M, del. Newcomer, SS, 6-1,6-1. DOUBLES Firtt Round Sexton-Huseman, SC, received bye; Graver- Hauck, H del. Heinrich-Prosser, GB, 34,6-1,63; Cross-Delp, GB, del. Allton-Harold, B, 6-1,75; Morgan-Peterson, SS, del. Gallagher- Nguyen, L, 6-0,64. Johnson-Penner, M, def. Harmon-Kaiser, H, 6-1, 6-0; Gooch-Murphy, L, def. Horn-Roth, SS, 6-2, 6-0; Brown-Heidebrecht, M, def. Kelley- Yamevich, SC, 6-2, 6-4; Mammlnga-Balzer, B, received bye. Quarterfinals Sexton-Huseman, SC, def. Graver-Hauck, H, 6-2, 6-0; Cross-Delp, GB, def. Morgan-Peterson, SS, 6-3, 3-6,6-2; Johnson-Penner, M, def. Gooch-Murphy, L, 6-0, 6-2; Mamminga-Balzer, B, def. Brown-Heidebrecht, M, 6-1,64. Semifinals Sexton-Huseman, SC, def. Cross-Delp, GB, 6-0, 64; Mamminga-Balzer, B, def. Johnson- Penner, M, 4-6, M, 6-2. Chimplonihlp Sexton-Huseman, SC, def. Mamminga-Balzer, 8,6-1,6-2. Third Plice Johnson-Penner, M, del. Cross-Delp, GB, 6-3, 6-4. CLASS 4A REGIONAL AT RUSSELL Tssm Scores Smoky Valley 10, Concordia 7, Abilene 4, Ellsworth 3, Colby 2, Scott City 2, Chapman 0, Russell 0. State Qualifier! SINGLES Championship Joel Welch, Hoisington, del. Kelly Bielefeld, Abilene, 6-2, 64. Third plies Matt Palmquist, Smoky Valley, def. Scott Ptacek, Colby, 44,6-4,6-1. DOUBLES Championship Matt Sandbo-Brandon Nelson. Smoky Valley, def. Mike Engle-Ben Retter, Concordia, 6-4,6-2. Third plice Justin McKee-Lung Huang, Goodland, def. Ryan Paget-Justin Gorman, Scott City, 6-2,64. CLASS 3A REGIONALS AT CIMARRON Teim scores Meade 14, Southwestern Heights 7, Trego Community 6, Norton 5, Ness City 3, Cimarron 0. SINGLES Chimplonihlp Matt Thomas, Meade, def. Dan Johnson, Norton, 74,6-2. Third pltce Mark Thomas. Meade, def. Darren Murphy, Trego, 6-3 6-3. Doubles Championship Brandon Classen-Kory Unruh, Meade, def. Preston Brokers-Chris Keith, SW Heights, 6-3, 6-3. Third piece Brad Delnes-Monty Schneider, Trego, def. Tim Stoecklein-Donny Reinert, Ness City, 6-1,6-2. AT HESSTON TEAM SCORES Hesston 11, Belleville 6, Sacred Heart 6, Sterling 6, Southeast of Saline 4, Hutchlnston Central Christian 2, Hutchinson Trinity 1. SINGLES First Round Brown, St, def. Pardee, B, 6-2,6-1; Seblts, H, del. Relnoso, SH, 6-1,6-1; Koehn, HCC, def. Finney, HT, 6-1, 6-2; O'Haloran, H, def. Pinto, HCC, 6-0,64: Ludwick, S, def. Scofield, B, 64, 64. Quirterflnili Brelsford, SH, def. Brown, 6-1,64; Seblts, H, def. Koehn, HCC, 6-3, 6-1; O'Halloran, H, def. Cowles, HT, 6-2,6-1; Currie, SES, del. Ludwick, 5,6-1,6-1. Semifinals Brelstord, SH, def. Seblts, H, 6-2,6-1; Cunte, SES, def. O'Halloran, 8,6-1,6-1. Championship Brelsford, SH, del. Currie, SES, 6-2,64. Third Place O'Halloran, S, def. Seblts, H, 6-3,6-4. DOUBLES First Round Wltt-Koehn, HCC, def. Garcia-O'Callaghan, HT, 6-1,64; Gasper-Holzmelster, SH, del. Conrad-Jordan, HCC, 64,6-2; Woudstra-Caywood, S, def. Strelt-Flnan, SH, 7-5,8-1; Morris-Davis, B, def. Nelson-Palacle, HT, 7-5,6-3. Quartertlnili Yoder-Lakln, H, def. Wltt-Koehn, HCC, 6-4,62; Williford-Caywood, S, def. Gasper-Holzmels- ter, SH, 64,6-1; Hardenburger-Cottam, B, del. Woudstra-Caywood, S, 6-4, 24, 6-4; Morris- Davis, B, del. Hartzler-Rempel, H, 34,6-2,6-4. SemHInili Yoder-Lakin, H, def. Williford-Caywood, S, 61, 6-2; Hardenburger-Cottam, B, def. Morris- Davis, 6,5-7,6-1,6-1. Championship Yoder-Lakin, H, def. Hardenburger-Cottam, B, M, 6-1. Third Place Willilord-Caywood, S, def. Morris-Davis, B, 63,6-3. Track Big 8 results AMES, Iowa (AP)—Results Monday from the Big Eight Conference track meet (all race distances In meters): Men Team Scores 1,ISU54.2,NU32.3,KSU28.4 (lie), KU and OU 25. 6, CU 16. 7, MU 15. 8. OSU 0. 10,000—1, Ian Robinson, ISU, 30:45.32. 2, Steve Brooks, ISU, 30:50.29. 3, Jon Cooper, CU, 30:56.49. 4, Ricky Cron, CU, 30:57.45. 5, Ryan Clive-Smith, KSU, 31:10.54. 6, Simeon Wright, ISU, 31:15.25. Shot put—1, Josh Hagedom, ISU, 58 feel, 10 inches. 2, Tim Wilson, ISU, 57-7%. 3, Sam Sumner, MU, 56-11%. 4, Harold Cronin, MU, 53-7%. 5, Michael Retehert, KU, 53-7. 6, Matt Lepsis, CU, 53-5. Pole vault—1, John Bazzoni, KU, 17-4'A. 2, Marty Riley, OU, 17-y 4 .3, Nick Johannsen, KU, 17-V<. 4, David Cosper, OU, 164V4. 5 (tie), Chris Duffy, OU, and Sean Buckley, NU, 16- 4y<. Jivelln—1, T.J. Turner, KSU, 232-7. 2, Bob Soltys, NU, 220-9.3, Nick Kutovy, NU, 219-4.4, Jeff Dleterich, KU, 216-9.5, Aarcn Larson, KSU, 212-2.6, Jeff Kiser, KSU, 190-11. Long lump—1, Robert Thomas, NU, 27-1 14. 2, Gogo Peters, ISU, 25-8 V.. 3, Raymond Booker, OU, 254. 4, Richey Madison, ISU, 25-0 V.. 5, Marshall Gray son, KSU, 24-3V4. 6, Steve Duren, KSU, 23-11. Decathlon (tlrst-day standings)—1, Bill Vacek, NU, 3,894 points. 2, John Bamett, ISU, 3,658. 3, Gene Paulsen, NU, 3,632. 4, Nathen Prenger, KU, 3,596.5, Matt Jeffrey, KSU, 3,592. 6, Jim Gamham, NU, 3,550. 7, Chad Johnson, KU, 3,295. 8, Travis Penet, KU, 3,250. 9, Dan McCcol, MU, 3,234. 10, Brent Mehthoff, MU, 3,175.11, Chris Olson, CU, 3,073. Women Team Scores 1, NU 53. 2, CU 34. 3, ISU 23. 4, KSU 19. 5, KU12.6,OU6.7,OSU5.8, MU4. 3,000—1, Mutty Raveling, CU, 9:31.62. 2, Patty Roberts, CU, 9:37.27. 3, Jo Fairclough, ISU, 9:38.69.4, Shelly Moore, OSU, 9:47.24.5, Theresa Stalling, NU, 9:47.78.6, Sarah Mutton, Okalhoma, 9:52.44. Jivelln—1, Amy Baker, KU, 167-8.2, Kirsten Schultz, KSU, 155-11. 3, Kristen Schultz, KSU, 154-8. 4, Marl-Anne Daykln, CU, 143-4. 5, Brandy Lervold, NU, 133-1. 6, Mitzl Noelker, MU, 123-8. Long lump—1, Angee Henry, NU, 20-10. 2, Tashika Lewis, NU, 20-9.3, Trina Radske, ISU, 20-33/4. 4, Nicola Martial, 19-6'A. 5, Gwen Wenttand, KSU, 19-6'A. 6, Heather Steriln, CU, 18-11. Shot put—1, Paulette Mitchell, NU, 52-11.2, Tressa Thompson, NU, 50-8%. 3, Heather Nelson, ISU, 49-10. 4, Kris Cumyn, ISU, 47-3. 5, Tonya Roach, CU, 46-'A. 6, Melcha Warren, OU, 42-4. High school NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS LEAGUE AT CHAPMAN BOYS Team Scores Abilene 116, Clay Center 113, Chapman 99, Concordia 90, Wamego 75, Marysvllle 62. Individual Shot put -1. Bums, CC, 49-8; 2. Barrett, CH, 48-7 'A; 3. Cavendar, CC, 47-9 H. Discus -1. Elliot, CH, 136-3; 2. Peterson, CC, 136-3; 3. Kruse, M, 133-5Mr. Javelin -1. Wisdom, CO, 180-8; 2. Cyr, CO, 180-7; 3. McLaughlln, A, 1634. High Jump - 1. Spllker, CC, 6-1; 2. Battles, CH, 64; 3. Stroda, CH, 5-10. Long Jump -1. Pipes, A, 19-4%; 2. Hanke, M, 19-3'/.; 3. Helneke. A, 19-1V4. Triple jump -1. Plannenstiel, CH, 41-1 %; 2. Bradford, M, 40-6'A; 3. Daisy, CH, 39-6%. Pole vault - 1. Schnelle, A, 14-0; 2. Keam, CO, 12-6; 3. Zumbrunn, CH, 12-0. 3,200-1. Cunningham, CC, 10:11.90; 2. Fin- Cham, W, 10:35.0; 3. Reynolds, A, 10:43.40. 110 hurdles - 1. Phllllmore, W, 15.40; 2. Adams, CO, 15.50; 3. Laas, CO, 15.80. 3,200 ralsy - 1. Clay Center, 8:37.10; 2. Chapman, 8:44.70; 3. Wamego, 8:48.40. 100 - 1. Carver, A,m 11.30; 2. Nevlns, CO, 11.40; 3. Bnjna,M, 11.40. 1,600 -1. Cunningham CC, 4:40.70; 2. Hageman, A, 4:46.60; 3. Carroll, CH, 4:49.60. 400 relay - 1. Abilene, 44.70; 2. Concordia, 45.30; 3. Marysvllle, 45.40. 400-1. Carver, A, 51.50; 2. Remprecht, CC, 51.60; 3. Bradford, M, 52.00. 300 hurdles -1. Leas, CO, 41.20; 2. Islseng- rnay, W, 42.00; 3. Shum, M, 42.20. 800 - 1. Spllker, CC, 2:01.60; 2. Carroll, CH, 2:04.04; 3. Hageman, A, 2:05.70. 200-1. Green, CC, 23.2; 2. Nevlns, CO, 23.40; 3. Brierton, A, 23.50. 1,600 relay -1. Clay Center, 3:30.80; 2. Abilene, 3:32.50; 3. Wamego, 3:35.10. QIRLS Team Scores Chapman 150, Clay Center 108, Concordia 74, Marysvllle 73, Abilene 66, Wamego 53. • Individual Shot put -1. Albers, CH, 38-2 'A; 2. Duncan, A, 334%; 3. Schmltt, CO, 32-7. Discus - 1. Brosius, CO, 107-4%; 2. Charbonneau, CO, 107-0 VS; 3. Graves, A, 104-10*. Javelin - 1. Stohs, M, 129-3; 2. Larson, CO, 111-0;3. Longhofer.CH, 110-7. High lump - 1. Alber, CH, 4-10; 2. Gunter, CH,4-10;3.Hynek,W,44. Long (urnp - 1. Crump, CH, 16-3; 2. Beauchamp, CC, 164; 3. Rock, CH, 154%. Triple |ump - 1. Bathurst, CH, 33-4%; 2. Halter, M, 32-0; 3. Price, M, 31-9V.. 3,200-1. Thayer, A, 11:56.4; 2. Temple, M, 12:00.90; 3. Banker, W, 12:0220. 100 hurdles -1. Morgan, CH, 16.50; 2. Johnson, A, 16.60; 3. Demanette, CO, 17.10. 3,200 ralsy - 1. Wamego, 10:13.80 (meet record); 2. Clay Center, 10:22.10; 3. Marysvllle, 10:36.00. 100 - 1. Beauchamp, CC, 12.60; 2. Slcard, CO, 12.90; 3. Stroda, CH, 13.20. 1,800-1. Temple, M, 5:16.50 (meet record); 2. Thayer, A, 5:21:40; 3. Walquist, CC, 5:26.70. 400 rally - 1. Clay Center, 51.30; 2. Chapman, 51.90; 3. Marysville, 53.40. 400 - 1..Ferguson, CC, 1:03.50; 2. Bathurst, CH. 1:03.50; 3. Walquist, CC, 1:03.60. 300 hurdles -1. Johnson, A, 48.90; 2. Stroda, CH, 49.30; 3. Tegethofl, M, 49.60. 600 - 1. Temple, M, 2:24.90; 2. Stallard, W, 2:26.70; 3. BartJett, CH, 2:32.90. 200-1. Beauchamp, CC, 26.4; 2. Slcard, CO, 26.7; 3. Brockman, CC, 27.5. 1,600 rally - 1. Clay Center, 4:13.10; 2. Chapman, 4:15.0; 3. Wamego, 4:24.0. NCAA MEET AT MINNEAPOLIS BOYS Team Scores Beloit 166, Belleville 101, Ellsworth 39, Minneapolis 37, Southeast ol Saline 32. Individual Results Pole vault-1. Slemsen, BV, 12-6; 2. Hanson, BV, 12-0;3. Klima, BV, 11-0. High |ump - Swarz, BV, 6-2; 2. Helus, E, 64; 3. Lange, BT, 5-10. Jivelln -1. File, BT, 211-7; 2. Thompson, BT, 1824; 3. Dunbeck, BV, 160-2. Long lump - 1. J.Heldrick, BT, 234%; 2. Thompson, BT, 20-4%; 3. Sell, BV, 19-8%. Triple lump -1. Heidrick, BT, 46-2; 2. Thompson, BT, 42-2; 3. Dollotf, M, 40-5%. Shot put - 1. Thompson, BT, 504%; 2. Seyfert, BT, 48-7; 3. Anderson, BT, 46-1. 110 HH - 1. Gaut, SE, 14.64; 2. Phelps, BV, 14.65; 3. Popelka, BV, 14.69. 100 - 1. Litton, BV, 10.92; 2. Lange, BV, 10.96; 3. Rakaskes, BV, 11.33. 3200 rally - 1. Belleville, 8:30.84; 2. Beloit, 8:57.86; 3. Ellsworth, 6:59.56. Dlicut -1. Thompson, BT, 160-6; 2. Seyfert, BT, 145-10; 3. Dunbeck, B, 143-10. 1600 -1. Blcchllnger, M, 4:35.20; 2. Kohrs, E, 4:38.22; 3. Anderes, SE, 4:55.15. 400 rally - 1. Beloit, 44.41; 2. Belleville, 44.77; 3. SE-Sallne, 48.29. 400-1. Grace, BT, 52.76; 2. Rakaskes, BV, 53.46; 3. Lange, BT, 54.5. 300 IH - 1. Gaut, SE, 40.27; 2. Popelka, BV, 42.05; 3. Vogan, SE, 43.29. 600-1. Blanding, BT, 2:04.10; 2. Bendure, BV, 2:04.61; 3. Lull, BT, 2:09.19. 200-1. Lange, BT, 23.20; 2. Litton, BT, 23.36; 3. Nelson, M, 24.61. 3200 -1. Kohrs, E, 10:19.8; 2. Blochlinger, M, 1057.38; 3. Chatfleld, BV, 11:01. 1600 rally - 1. Beloit, 3:32.92; 2. Belleville, 3:33.01;3. Ellsworth, 3:39.11. GIRLS Team Scores Belleville 103, Southeast of Saline 101, Minneapolis 74, Beloit 59, Ellsworth 17. Individual High lump -1, Keeler, SE, 54; 2. Trout, M, 51;3. LeFort,SE,5-1. Jivelln -1. Woodman, BV, 116-4; 2. Carlson, M, 103-7; 3. McGavren, M, 100-4. Shot put - 1. Woodman, BV, 404 V4; 2. Hoi- way, BT, 35-4'/<; 3. Ade, SE, 344W; 4. Under, SE, 33-11. Triple lump - 1. Gronewaller, BT, 35-4: 2. Shupe, M. 34-11; 3. Breault, M, 344%. Discus - 1. Woodman, BV, 148-10; 2. Fouls, SE, 113-8; 3. Ritlel, SE, 110-10; 4. Harian, SE, 102-2. Long Jump - 1. Nelson, M, 15-11%; 2. Shupe, M, 15-7%; 3. Keeler, SE, 154%. 100 HH - 1. Davis, 16.05; 2. Blgham, E, 16.12; 3. Sasser, BV, 16.19. 100-1. Westphal, BV, 12.60; 2. Walters, BT, 13.08; 3. Deneke, BT, 13.56; 4. Garretson, SE, 13.57. 800 ralsy - 1. Belleville, 1:50.54; 2. SE- Sallne, 1:54.93; 3. Ellsworth, 1:55.96. 1,600-1. Lund, SE, 5:56.74; 2. Keeler, SE, 5:59.01; 3. Monica), SE, 5:59.07. 400 ralsy -1. Belleville, 54.31; 2. SE-Saline, 54.83; 3. Beloit, 55.05. 400-1. Spllchal, BV, 1:02.69; 2. Breault, M, 1:02.84; 3. Bowell, BV, 1:05.07. 300 IH -1. Davis, 48.00; 2. Sasser, BV, 48.66; 3. Chancy, M, 50.02; 4. Keeler, SE, 50.46. 800-1. Christians, BT, 2:33.03; 2. Wendall, BT, 2:33.03; 3. Keeler, SE, 2:35.70. 200 -1. Westphal, BV, 27.34; 2. Shoemaker, M, 27.73; 3. Walters, BV, 28.45. 3,200 -1. Lund, SE, 13:26.93; 2. Monical, SE, 13:36.01; 3. Mehl, BT, 13:39.93. 1,600 rally - 1. Belleville, 4:17.05; 2. Minneapolis, 4:18.34; 3. SE-Sallne, 4:22.63. HEART OF AMERICA LEAGUE AT BURRTON BOYS Team Scores Pretty Prairie 71, Goessel 69, Little River 65, Ell-Saline 58, Inman 58, Peabody 56, Burrton 49, Beran Academy 43, Central Christian 32, Trinity 24, Sedgwick 20, Canton-Garva 13. Ell-Saline results Shot put - 5. Damman, 46-5. Javelin - 1. Damman, 170-3. Long lump - 4. White, 202%. 110 HH - 3. White, 15.75.1,600-3. Martin, 4:58.41.400 - 2. Augustine. 54.80.300 IH 1. White, 42.59. 3,200 - Martin, 10:59.74. 1,600-ralay-3. (3:47.62). GIRLS Team Scores Little River 106, Ell-Saline 90, Inman 78, Berean Academy 67, Pretty Prairie 60, Sedgwick 48, Goessel 27, Central Christian 22, Burrton 8, Trinity 8, Canton-Gatva 3. Ell-Saline results Shot put - 1. Brindle, 354%. Discus - 2. Brindle, 1084; 6. Masden, 93-5. Long lump 2. Jensen, 164%; 4. Wallers, 15-2. Javelin -2. Griffin, 1244. Triple lump - 3. Walters, 3210%. 800raliy-6. (2:00.99). 1,600-1. Isaacson, 5:56.29.4. Schloshke, 6:23.40.400 relay - 6. (57.10). 400-5. White, 1:06.85. 100-2. Isaacson, 2:39.46. 3,200 - 1. Isaacson, 13:25.11; 3. Schloshke, 14:02.43.1,«00 rally 4. (4:48.33). TWIN LAKES LEAGUE MEET At Lincoln BOYS TeemScoree Lucas-Luray 126, Downs, 101K, Tlpton 96, Wilson 88, Lincoln 56%, Natoma 36, Chase 28, Sylvan 15. Individual Remits High jump -1. DoKon, LL, 64; 2. Major, W, 54; 3. Hotting, L, 54. Pole viutt - QradkJ, D, 94; 2. Rohrig, S, 94; 3. Ellis, D, 84. Long jump -1. Ward, LL, 19-10 %; 2. Moore, LL, 194%; 3. Amokfy, T, 18-2%. Discus -1. Stevens, D, 115-5; 2. Lathrom, T, 1114; 3. May, T, 107-10. Triple |ump - 1. Moore, LL, 38-3; 2. Doane. D, 364%; 3. Helnze, LL, 36-4 V,. ivslln - 1. Ward, LL, 176-7; 2. Maupln, N, 149-5; 3. Tonne, T, 1434. Shot put -1. Stevens, D, 40-4; 2. Soukup, W, 39-7; 3. Kobbeman, L, 38-2%. 3,200 relay - 1. Downs, 9:29.29; 2. Chase, 9:43.38; 3. Tlpton, 9:51.41. 100m -1. Brummer, T, 12:05; 2. Heinze, LL, 12.11; 3. Major, W, 12.19. 1,600m -1. Eschbaugh, W, 4:58.82; 2. Bretz, LL 5:11.41; 3. Schmidt, D, 5:19.70. 400m rally - 1. Lucas-Luray, 46.31; 2. Downs, 47.57; 3. Lincoln, 47.94. 400m - 1. Maupln, N, 53.06; 2. Brummer, T, 54.94; 3. Kasper, W, 56.02. 300m hurdles -1. Butts, C, 44.31; 2. Phelps, L 45.09; 3. Murphy, N, 45.31. 200m -1. Maupln, N, 24.27; 2. Brummer, T, 24.60; 3. Abell, L 24.63. 3,200m - 1. Bretz, LL 11.20.49; 2. Eschbaugh, W, 11:25; 3. Schmidt, D, 11:52.49. 1,600m ratay - 1. Tlpton, 3:46.32; 2. Wilson, 3:51.22; 3. Lucas Luray, 3:56.70. GIRLS Team Scores Downs 127, Wilson 110, Chase 91, Lincoln 58, Lucas-Luray 42, Tlpton 34, Sylvan 29, Natoma 24. Individual Results High lump -1. Sloan, W, 4-9; 2. Budke, T, 47; 3. Dougherty, LL, 4-5. Triple lump -1. Harris, D, 32-1; 2. Petz, W, 304; 3. Maupln, N, 304%. Snot put-1. Placek, W, 37-4%; 2. Stoan, W, 33-9; 3. Jenny Joy, D, 33-5. Jsvelln -1. Undsley, L, 114-10; 2. Budke, T, 105-9; 3. Doyle, T, 105-1. Discus -1. Heine, C, 97-2; 2. Kruger, S, 899; 3. Galtros, W, 87-9. 100m hurdles - 1. Harris, D, 16.75; 2. Julie Joy, D, 17.45; 3. Berkley, D, 17.81. 800m relay - 1. Chase, 1:53.65; 2. Wilson, 1:57.84; 3. Lincoln, 1:59.66. Long Jump -1. Maupln, N, 15-7%; 2. Harris, D, 15-3%; 3. Butts, C, 14-9%. 100m -1. Butts, C, 13.60; 2. Homewood, LL, 13.66; 3. Melli, L, 13.88. 1,600m - 1. Ptacek, W, 5:30.41; 2. Zamrzla, S, 5:55.45; 3. Becker, D, 5:57.52. 400m relay - 1. Downs, 53.66; 2. Chase, 54.83; 3. Wilson, 55.93. 400m 1. Heine, C, 1:03.34; 2. Maupln, N, 1:03.77; 3. Julie Joy, 0,1:03.92. 300m hurdles - 1. APtaeek, W, 50.90; 2. Jenny Joy, D, 51.63; 3. Berkley, D, 53.07. 800m -1. C.PIacek, W, 229.68; 2. Lockhart, L, 2:32.72; 3. Becker, D, 2:44.77. 200m - 1. Homewood, LL, 28.20; 2. Jenny Joy, D, 28.72; 3. Kasper, D, 28.92. 3,200m -1. Zamrzla, S, 13:26.54; 2. Bertram, C, 13:31.40; 3. Deb Soukup, W, 13:38.86. 1,600m relay -1. Chase, 4:33.94; 2. Wilson, 4:35.53; 3. Lincoln, 4:55.08. Etc. Transactions The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Optioned Jeffrey Hammonds, outfielder, to Bowie of the Eastern League. Assigned Jim Wawruck, outfielder, to Bowie. CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Purchased the contract of Rob Dibble, pitcher, from Birmingham of the Southern League. Optioned Atlee Hammaker, Isidro Marquez and Scott Ruffcom, pitchers, and Barry Lyons, catcher, to Nashville of the American Association. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Claimed Brook Fordyce, catcher, off waivers from the New York Mats. KANSAS CITY ROYALS-Placed Tom Gordon, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 8. Accepted the return of Chris Eddy, pitcher, from the Oakland Athletics and assigned him to Omaha of the American Association. MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Agreed to terms with Ricky Bones, pitcher, on a one-year contract extension through the 1996 season. NEW YORK YANKEES—Placed Paul O'Neill, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 7 and Dave Silvcstri, shortstop, retroactive to May 13. Sent Brian Boehringer and Jeff Patterson, pitchers, to Columbus of the International League. SEATTLE MARINERS—Traded Roger Salkeld, pitcher, to Cincinnati for Tim Belcher, pitcher, and assigned Belcher to Tacoma of the Pacific Coast League. Optioned John Cum- mlngs and Ron Villone, pitchers, and Greg Plrkl, Welder, to Tacoma, Designated Kevin King, pitcher, for assignment. Purchased the contract of Rafael Carmona, pitcher, from Port City of the Southern League. TEXAS RANGERS-Agreed to terms with Dean Palmer, third baseman, on a one-year contract. National Lesgue CHICAGO CUBS—Activated Richard Barker, pitcher, from the 15-day disabled list. CINCINNATI REDS—Acquired Roger Salkeld, pitcher, from the Seattle Mariners for Tim Belcher, pitcher. Assigned Salkeld to Indianapolis of the American Association. aORIDA MARLINS—Placed Chuck Carr. outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. HOUSTON ASTROS—Optioned Doug Bro- call, pitcher, to Tucson ol the Pacific Coast League and sent Ross Powell, pitcher, outright to Tucson. Traded Scooter Tucker, catcher, to the Cleveland Indians for Matt Williams, pitcher, and assigned Williams to Klsslmmee of the Florida State League. FOOTBALL National Football League HOUSTON OILERS-Released Ernest GMns, wide receiver. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Named Bob Ackles director of football administration. PITTSBURGH STEELERS-Signed Kendall Gammon, center. COLLEGE CAMPBELL—Named Susan Bemer assistant athletic director for compliance and academic services. ELIZABETHTOWN—Named Nancy Latlmore athletic director, effective July 1. ILLINOIS—Named Theresa Grentz women's basketball coach. MONTCLAIR STATE—Named Rich O'Connor associate head baseball coach. NORTH ADAMS STATE—Announced the resignation of Joseph Zavattaro Jr., athletic director. ROCHESTER—Announced resignation of Man; Ellen Burl, women's assistant basketball coach. SOUTH CAROLINA—Named Sue Curran assistant director and promotions director ol the Gamecock Club. Team Penske begins chase for Indy spots By The) Associated Pre»* INDIANAPOLIS — A museum relic turned back into a race car Monday as Team Penske began in earnest the hard work of finding a way to qualify drivers Al Unser Jr. and Emerson Fittipaldi for the May 28 Indianapolis 500. The Penske team, shut out in the first weekend of qualifications for the only time since it began coming to Indianapolis in 1969, has been struggling to get its new Penske-Mercedes cars to run fast enough to make the field for the biggest race of the season. Team owner Roger Penske has always said dire problems require dire solutions. Penske had the car in which Unser won the pole and race last year at Indianapolis shipped in from Downey, Calif., where it was on display in a small museum that is part of one of Penske's car dealerships. The team has retained ownership of all but one of its record 10 Indy winners and keeps them either in California or at Penske's Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich. "The car got here (Sunday) morning and we could have put it through inspection by late afternoon if the USAC tech people weren't busy with qualifying," said Penske crewman Vince Kramer as Fittipaldi "zoomed past the pits on the nearby 2 1 /2-mile oval. The 1994 Penske chassis had to be fit- ted with a 1995 Mercedes engine because the Mercedes powerplant it used a year ago, a specially built pushrod motor with a tremendous horsepower advantage, has been obsoleted by U.S. Auto Club rule changes. "All of our museum cars are maintained, lubricated and the engines run," Kramer said. "There really wasn't too much that we needed to do to adapt the (new) engine to the chassis. Just throw on some '95 pieces." Unser took the day off while the team began the search for speed with Fittipaldi at the wheel, trying a variety of chassis setups and wings, including some from 1993. The mood in the pits was serious as Fittipaldi, the Indy winner in 1989 and 1993, got on to the track with three hours remaining in the day's practice session. Under the watchful eye of Penske, he ran 58 laps with a top speed of 220.745 mph, making frequent stops in the pits for adjustments to the car. That's considerably slower than the top laps he and Unser have managed in the new cars. Unser hit 227.261 and Fittipaldi 225.011 last week in practice. But the team was happier by the end of the day. "Ws're going to make progress," Kramer said. "We're not really searching for speed right now. We're searching for feel. You have to get the driver comfortable. " SALINA RADIO/TV Tuesday, May 16 Television BASEBALL 2:30 p.m. - Chicago at San Francisco (ML) WON, 6:35 p.m. - Colorado at Atlanta (NL) WTBS, 7 p.m. - Oakland at Chicago (AL) WON, BASKETBALL 6 p.m. - NBA playoffs: Chicago at Orlando TNT, 8:30 p.m. - NBA playoffs: LA Lakers at San Antonio TNT, 9:30 p.m. - NBA playoffs: Houston at Phoenix WTBS, HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. - NHL playoff game ESPN2, GENERAL 10 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, 5:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight CNN, 10:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, Midnight - Calling All Sports CNN, 12:30 p.m. -Sports Latenlght CNN, 1:30 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 46 cable 29 cable 46 cable 27 cable 27 cable 29 cable 47 cable 25 cable 25 cable 30 cable 25 cable 30 cable 30 cable 25 Radio BASEBALL 6:40 p.m. - Seattle at Kansas City (AL) KSAL, 1150-AM GENERAL 5:30 p.m. - KSAL Sports Talk Show KSAL, 1150-AM 6:30 p.m. - SportsTalk WIBW, 580-AM SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing • At Charlotte, N.C., The Kyle Petty Coors Light Charity Ride Across America ended its eight-day coast-to-coast run Monday with a celebration in heart of NASCAR country. The 3,100-mile trip by 49 core riders raised nearly $320,000 for the Winston Cup Racing Wives Auxiliary and other local charities after beginning May 8 in Santa Clara, Calif. Petty said he knew his caravan was close to home when the North Carolina Highway Patrol met the bikers at the state line for a 160-mile escort into Charlotte. '. When the half-mile caravan reached a rest area 25 miles from its final destination, some 200 additional cyclists, including team owner Felix Sabates and driving great Richard Petty, had blended into the group. Baseball • At Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Reds acquired right-handed pitcher Roger Salkeld from the Seattle Mariners on Monday in exchange for right-hander Tim Belcher. Salkeld, 24, was the third player selected in the June 1989 draft. He broke into the majors in 1993 with Seattle. Basketball • At Chicago, Kevin Garnett said Monday he has made himself available for the NBA Draft, but he will still play college basketball if he attains the necessary entrance test score. The 6- foot-11, 217-pound Garnett played his senior season at Farragut High School on Chicago's West Side after growing up in a small South Carolina town. He made the announcement at a news conference held at a local pizza parlor frequented by Garnett and his teammates. More than 50 national and local media interests were represented and there were plenty of Garnett's friends in attendance as well. • At Amherst, Mass., Marcus Camby, the University of Massachusetts sophomore center, has decided to forgo the NBA draft and remain in school at least one more year. Camby said he figures he can do better by waiting. "Deep down, I knew I wasn't ready and didn't want to go to the pros with people doubting me," he said Sunday. "When I go, I want to have confidence, and I want people to have confidence in me." The 6-foot-ll Camby said another factor in his decision was the large number of underclassmen turning pro. At least 13 sophomores and juniors have declared their intention to enter the draft. • At Storrs, Conn., Doron Sheffer said Monday he will remain at Connecticut for his final year of eligibility rather than returning home to Israel to play basketball or making himself available for the NBA draft. Sheffer issued a statement in response to specuation about his status for next season. • At Piscataway, N.J., Theresa Grentz played a lot of hunches in building the Rutgers' women's basketball program from nothing to a national power. Grentz, 43, played another one Monday, walking away from the Lady Knights' program after 19 years to take over as coach at Illinois. Hockey • At Baltimore, the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, owned by Disney Sports Enterprises Inc., signed an affiliation agreement Monday with Baltimore's newest entry in the American Hockey League. The expansion AHL team does not have a nickname yet but will take over as the Ducks' top minor-league team from the San Diego Gulls of the International Hockey League. The Gulls will move to Los Angeles next season and were dropped by the Anaheim organization. Horse racing • At Baltimore, the field for the Preakness Stakes grew to 12 on Monday with the addition of Star Standard and Pana Brass. Trainer Nick Zito will bring Star Standard to Saturday's race. Alfredo Callejas expects to enter Pana Brass. 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