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B4 Wednesday, May 17,1995 The Salina Journal Basketball NBA playoffs All Times CDT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Be«t-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, Orlando 94 Thursday, May 11 Indiana 97, New York 95, OT Phoenix 118. Houston 94 Friday, May 12 Orlando 110, Chicago 101 LA Lakers 92, San Antonio 85 Saturday, May 13 Houston 118, Phoenix85 Indiana 98, New York 84, Indiana leads series 3-1 Sunday, May 14 Phoenix 114, Houston 110 San Antonk) 80, LA Lakers 71 Chicago 106, Orlando 95 Tuesday, May 16 Orlando 103, Chicago 95, Orlando leads series 3-2 •LA Lakers 98. San Antonio 96 (OT), San Antonio leads series. 3-2 'Houston 103, Phoenix 97, Phoenix leads series, 3-2 Wednesday, May 17 Indiana at New York, 7 p.m. (TNT) Thursday, May 18 Orlando al Chicago, 7 p.m. (TNT) San Anlonio at LA Lakers, TBA (TNT) Phoenix at Houston, TBA (TNT) Friday, May 19 New York al Indiana, 7 p.m. (TNT), il necessary Saturday, May 20 L.A. 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), If necessary Indiana at New York, TBA (NBC), if necessary NBA summary MAGIC 103, BULLS 95 Chicago (95) Kukoc 2-6 1-2 5, Pippen 4-13 1-6 10, Longley 3-6 1-2 7, Armstrong 6-16 5-6 18, Jordan 15-28 8-8 39, Perdue 0-1 2-2 2, Buechler 4-4 0-0 8, Harper 1-3 0-0 2, KerrO-1 0-0 0, Wennington 211 0-0 4. Totals 37-89 18-26 95. Orlando (103) Scott 7-18 3-4 22, Grant 10-134-4 24, O'Neal 7-20 9-19 23, Hardaway 8-17 2-2 19, Anderson 2-9 0-0 4, Bowie 1-2 2-2 4, Royal 0-3 2-2 2, Shaw 2-2 0-4 5. Totals 37-84 22-37103. Chicago 29 21 20 25- 95 Orlindo 25 18 35 25-103 3-Polnt goals-Chicago 3-15 (Pippen 1 -3, Armstrong 1-4, Jordan 1-4, Harper 0-1, Kerr 0-1, Kukoc 0-2), Orlando 7-18 (Scott 5-9. Shaw 1-1, Hardaway 1-3, Grant 0-1, Anderson 0-4). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Chicago 57 (Pippen 11), Orlando 65 (O'Neal 22). Asslsts-Chlcago 24 (Kukoc 6), Orlando 25 (Hardaway 11). Total fouls-Chicago 27, Orlando 18. Flagrant foul-Scott. A-16,010 (16,010). LAKERS 96, SPURS 96 Los Angeles (98) Ceballos 6-15 6-10 20, Campbell 5-14 7-10 17, Divac 3-8 2-4 8, Peeler 6-113-415, Van Exel 7-22 6-8 22, Lynch 1-2 0-0 2, Bowie 2-5 1-1 5, Jones 3-6 0-0 9. Totals 33-83 25-37 98. Sin Antonio (96) Elliott 8-18 5-7 22, Cummlngs 1-3 2-2 4, Robinson 9-22 15-17 34, Johnson 4-12 1-4 9, Del Negro 2-4 0-0 4, Reid 1-1 0-0 2, Rodman 59 1-1 11, Person 0-4 0-0 0, Rivers 4-9 O-o tO.Totals 34-82 24-31 96. Los Angeles 29 26 21 12 10—98 San Antonio 24 25 20 19 8—46 3-Point goals—Los Angeles 7-20 (Jones 3-4, Ceballos 2-7, Van Exel 2-7, Divac 0-1, Peeler 01), San Antonio 4-15 (Rivers 2-4, Robinson 1-2, Elliott 1-7, Person 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Los Angeles 58 (Divac 15), San Antonio 59 (Robinson 17). Assists—Los Angeles 19 (Van Exel 7), San Antonio 22 (Johnson 12). Total fouls—Los Angeles 21, San Antonio 31. Baseball Texas League All Times COT First Half Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Arkansas (Cardinals) 23 13 .639 Shreveport (Giants) 23 14 .622 'A Jackson (Astros) 14 21 .400 B'A Tulsa (Rangers) 13 23 .361 10 Western Division S.Antonio (Dodgers) 23 16 .590 El Paso (Brewers) 19 20 .487 4 Midland (Angels) 19 20 .487 4 Wichita (Royals) 16 23 .410 7 Tuesday's Games Wichita 4, Jackson 3 San Antonio 4, Shreveport 0 El Paso 2, Tulsa 1,13 innings Midland 4, Arkansas 2 Wednesday's Games Jackson at Wichita, 12:15 p.m. Shreveport at San Anlonio El Paso at Tulsa Midland at Arkansas Wranglers WICHITA 4, JACKSON 3 Jackson 100 010 010 - 3 6 0 Wichita 001 010 101-4 86 WP -Wallace (2-1). LP - Evans (1-3). 2B - J: Mora 2, Montgomery; W: Damon. HR - J: Johnson; W: Damon, Martinez. State college ALL-KCAC First Team P - u-Jarid Caldwell, fr., Friends; u-Jason Dana, sr., Kansas Wesleyan; u-Chad Boden- steln, so., Tabor, u-Corky Guy, sr., Tabor. C - u- Josh Robertson, so., Friends; Joe Roche, sr., Kansas Wesleyan; Jason Thompson, jr.. Tabor. 1B - u-Chris Reed, jr., Friends. 2B - u-Scott Freund, so., Tabor. SS - Aaron Myers, jr., Tabor. 3B - Mark Wagers, so., Friends; Gunnar Klckhaefer.jr., Kansas Wesleyan. Infield-Utility - Guy Mclntire, jr., Kansas Wesleyan; Chris Roque, jr., Ottawa. OF - u-Sean Spoontz, fr, Bethany; u-Tony Esposito, sr., Friends; u-Beau Basler, jr., Ottawa; u-Kyle Hayden, sr., Tabor. DH - u-Brad Flaming, jr., Tabor. • u-denotes unanimous choice. Honorable Mention Bethany - Dan Kirkpatrick, 1B. Friends Allen Hemngton, SS; Brent Landgren, Utility. Kansss Wesleyan - Kevin Curtis. SS. Ottawa -Will Conard, 2B; Dave Dawson, C; Kyle Gardner, 3B; Chris Thompson, P. Sterling - Darryl McKinney, P; Luis Salazar, OF; Troy Smith, 1B; Pat Williams, 3B. Tabor - Sean O'Brien, 1B; Chad Speer, OF. Player Of The Year Beau Basler, Ottawa. Co-Coaches Of The Year Jarrod Titus. Ottawa; Derik Dukes, Friends. State college GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA DISTRICT VII TEAM Fort Hays State's Selections First Team - Chay Glllespie, sr., C, 3.64 GPA (Economics). Second Team - Hank Humphreys, sr., OF, 3.86 GPA (Mathematics). High school REGIONAL PAIRINGS CLASS 5A Today's Games At Dean Evans Stadium Highland Park 2, Salina South 1, game sus pended after four innings because of rain. Topeka Seaman (12-5) vs. Salina Central (316), ppd. rain Thursday's Games Highland Park (4-9) vs. Salina South (12-6), completion of suspended game, 3 p.m. Topeka Seaman (12-5 vs. Salina Central (316), following first game. Regional championship, following second game. CLASS 3-2-1A Monday Results Sylvan 4. Faim'eld 1 Lincoln 5, Ell-Saline 3 Today's Games At Dean Evans Stadium Southeast of Saline (10-6) vs. Lincoln, 3 p.m Sacred Heart (14-4) vs. Sylvan, 5 p.m. Regional championship, 7 p.m. Softball Junior college ALL-REGION VI TEAM First Team P - Nicole Mealman, Johnson County; Lisa Cartler, Cloud County. C - Kathleen Myska, (ansas City Kansas. 1B - Susie Hlzey, Neosho County. 2B - Claudia Becho, Colby. 3B - Allison McCabe, Cowley County. SS - Rochelle Breceda, Independence. DP - Allison Hunter, Johnson County. OF - Amy Crotts, Johnson County; Colleen Farmer, Butler County; Debbie Terrell, Kansas City Kansas. Utility - Kathleen Apolzer, Cloud County; Jodl McCracken, Cowey County. Second Team P - Megan Snyder, Kansas City Kansas; Christy Oreskovic, Barton County. C - Liz Bainer, Butler County. 1B - Emily Stetehter, Barton County. 2B - Sarah Shappel, Johnson County. SB - Elizabeth Anthony, Johnson County. SS Amanda Bamlord, Barton County. OP - Came Jixon, Barton County. OF - Tracy Taylor, Cowey County; Kim Manthei, Kansas City Kansas; Amy Mackert, Independence. Utility - Tina Maclntyre, Colby; Regan Holt, Barton County. Honorable Mention Allen County - Rachel Rockers, 3B; Tanya Hoak. OF. Barton County - Tracy Larson, P; Chastity Harmon, 3B. Brown Msckte - Tami Graham, OF. Butler County - Joni Jahnke, 2B; Jodi Regehr, P. Cowley County - Nlckl Anderson, P; Missy Lee, OF. Dodge City - Cathy Wallace, OF. Johnson County - Shawna Seaton, OF. Kansss City Kansas - Angle Flat- le, 2B. Neosho County - Candi Hughes, SS. High school KANSAS FASTPITCH SOFTBALL ASSOC. STATE RANKINGS Clsss 6A 1. SM Northwest, 2. BV Northwest, 3. Topeka Washbum Rural, 4. Olathe South, 5. Wichita Northwest. Clsss 5A 1. BV Stilwell, 2. Independence, 3. Maize, 4. Wichita Carroll, 5. Salina South. Class 4A 1. Baxter Springs, 2. Haven, 3. Columbus, 4. Santa Fe Trail, 5. Topeka Hayden. Class 3-2-1A 1. Sliver Lake, 2. Sacred Heart, 3. Southeast of Saline, 4. Rossville, 5. Oxford. High school REGIONAL PAIRINGS AND RESULTS CUSS 5A Monday's Games Salina Central 17, McPherson 0 Salina South 7, Salina Central 1 CLASS 3-2-1A Today's Game Sylvan 12, Lincoln 1 Thursday's Games At Bethany College, Llndsborg Sacred Heart (17-3) vs. Lincoln, 4:45 p.m. Southeast of Saline (11-5) vs. Ell-Saline (511), 4:45 p.m. Class 5A Regional Monday's Results SALINA CENTRAL 17 MCPHERSON 0 Salina Central 200 203 (10) - 17 15 1 McPherson 000 000 0 - 0 0 7 WP - Van Emburgh (5-0)). LP - McCormick. 3B - SS: VanEmburgh. SALINA SOUTH 7 SALINA CENTRAL 1 Salina South 400 201 0 - 7 7 2 Salina Central 000 000 1 - 1 3 0 WP - Reed (18-1). LP - C. Wilson (7-4). LINCOLN 12, SYLVAN 1 Sylvan 100 00 - 1 10 0 Lincoln 056 1x - 12 12 1 WP - Jensen. LP - Dohl. 3B - L Gruber. HR - L: Jensen. Hockey NHL playoffs All Times CDT CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 6 Quebec 5, NY Rangers 4 Washington 5, Pittsburgh 4 Sunday, May 7 Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 3, OT New Jersey 5, Boston 0 Detroit 4, Dallas 3 St. Louis 2, Vancouver 1 Toronto 5, Chicago 3 San Jose 5, Calgary 4 Monday, May B NY Rangers 8, Quebec 3 Philadelphia 3, Buffalo 1 Pittsburgh 5, Washington 3 New Jersey 3, Boston 0 Tuesday, May 9 Detroit 4, Dallas 1 Vancouver 5, St. Louis 3 Toronto 3, Chicago 0 San Jose 5, Calgary 4, OT Wedneaday, May 10 NY Rangers 4, Quebec 3 Buffalo 3, Philadelphia 1 Washington 6, Pittsburgh 2 Boston 3, New Jersey 2 Thursday, May 11 Chicago 3, Toronto 2 Detroit 5, Dallas 1 Calgary 9, San Jose 2 Vancouver 6, St. Louis 1 Friday, May 12 Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 2 Washington 6, Pittsburgh 2 New Jersey 1, Boston 0, OT NY Rangers 3, Quebec 2, OT Saturday, May 13 Chicago 3, Toronto 1, series tied 2-2 Calgary 8, San Jose 4 St. Louis 5, Vancouver 2 Sunday, May 14 Dallas 4, Detroit 1 Quebec 4, NY Rangers 2 Philadelphia 6, Buffalo 4, Philadelphia wins series 4-1 Pittsburgh 6. Washington 5 New Jersey 3, Boston 2, New Jersey wins series 4-1 Monday, May 15 Detroit 3. Dallas 1, Detroit wins series 4-1 Vancouver 6, St. Louis 5. OT, Vancouver leads series 3-2 Chicago 4, Toronto 2, Chicago leads series 3-2 Calgary 5, San Jose 0, Calgary leads series 3-2 Tuesday, May 16 NY Rangers 4. Quebec 2, NY Rangers win series 4-2 Pittsburgh 7, Washington 1, series tied 3-3 Wednesday, May 17 Chicago at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Calgary at San Jose, 9:30 p.m. St. Louis at Vancouver, 9:30 p.m. Thursday, May 18 Washington at Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 19 Toronto at Chicago, 7:30 p.m., il necessary Vancouver at St. Louis, 7:30 p.m., if necessary San Jose at Calgary, 8:30 p.m., il necessary Auto racing Indy 500 PRACTICE SPEEDS OF THOSE YET TO QUALIFY INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Top practice speeds of drivers who have nol yet qualified for the May 28 Indianapolis 500, listing driver, hometown or country, car number, chassis-engine, and best speed in mph (r-rookle; slowest in tentative line up Is Eliseo Salazar at 225.023): 1. r-Cartos Guerrero, Mexico, No. 22,1995 Lola-Ford, 229.838 mph. 2. Adrian Fernandez, Mexico, No. 10, 1995 Lola-Mercedes, 228.566. 3. r-Christian Fittipaldi, Brazil, No. 1ST, 1995 Reynard-Ford, 227.923. 4. Al Unser Jr., Albuquerque, N.M., No. 1T, 1995 Penske-Mercedes, 227.261. (tie) Eric Bachelart, Belgium, No. 19.1994 Lola-Ford, 227.261. 6. Stefan Johansson, Sweden, No. 16T, 1994 Penske-Mercedes, 226.598. 7. Scott Sharp, East Norwalk, Conn., No. 41T, 1995 Lola-Ford, 225.881. 8. Johnny Parsons, Brownsburg, Ind, No. 64, 1994 Reynard-Foid, 225.293. 9. r-Jelf Ward, San Juan Capistrano, Calil. No. 44,1993 Lola-Ford. 225.253. 10. Marco Greco, Brazil, No. 55, 1995 Lola- Mercedes, 225.124. 11. Emerson Fittipaldi, Brazil, No. 2. 1995 Penske-Mercedes. 225.011. 12. r-Davey Hamilton, Boise, Idaho, No. 95, 1994 Reynard-Ford. 224.770 SCOREBOARD TODAY'S SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 BASEBALL Seattle at at Kansas City SE-Sallne. Sacred Heart at 3-2-1A regional 13. Dean Hall. Squaw Valley, Calif., No. 99, 1995 Lola-Ford, 224.573. 14. Davy Jones, Tahoe, Nev., No. 77T, 1995 Lola-Ford, 223.792. 15. Lyn St. James, Daytona Beach, Fla., No. 99T, 1994 Lola-Ford, 221.179. 16. r-Franck Freon, France, No. 92,1992 Loa-Menard, 218.845. 17. Jim Crawford, Scotland, No. 96,1994 Reynard-Ford, 217.045. 18. r-Michael Greenfield, Freeport, N.Y., No. 42,1993 Lola-Greenfield, 215.326. Golf Junior varsity SALINA CENTRAL 5 V4 SALINASOUTH2V2 Sykes, SS del. Dreler, SC, 1-up; Abbott, SC del. Schafer, SS, 1-up; Payne, SC del. Weaver- Ing, SS, 1-up; Freeland, SS def. Davis, SC, 1- up; Morris, SC def. McFall, SS, 1-up; Bahr, SC def. Meek, SS, 1-up; Ryan, SC def. Adam, SS, 1-up; Keam, SS and Fields, SC, even. Track Big Eight AMES, Iowa (AP) - Results Tuesday from the Big Eight Conference track meet: MEN Team Scores Nebraska 181'4, Iowa State 180',"5, Oklahoma 108, Kansas 89, Kansas State 78, Colorado 63, Missouri 49, Oklahoma State 20. Individual Results 100m dash - 1. Nwankpa, IS, 10.24; 2. Thompson, IS, 10.53; 3. Topps, N, 10.54; 4. Lisk, K, 10.56; 5. Fields, KS. 10.68; 6. Atkinson, 0.10.69. 200m dash - 1. Nwankpa, IS, 20.81; 2. Fields, KS, 21.09, 3. McFailane, 0, 21.17; 4. Fish, N, 21.22; 5. Thompson, IS, 21.32; 6. Harjo, 0,21.39. 400m daih - 1. McFarlane, 0, 45.58; 2. Davis, C, 46.07; 3. Coleman, K, 46.54; 4. Chapman, 0, 46.57; 5. Kite, 0, 46.67; 6. Martin, K, 46.78. 800m run - 1. Wilmes, M, 1:50.55; 2. Jones, N, 1:51.15; 3. Duffy, 0,1:51.38; 4. Henning, N, 1:51.41; 5. Lamme, N, 1:51.68; 6. Leach, IS, 1:51.74. 1500m run - 1. Cox, K, 3:40.1; 2. Wild, OS, 3:42.7; 3. Tolgyesi, N, 4:46.4; 4. Larabee, 0, 3:50.5; 5. Jansen, N, 3:53.0; 6. Williamson, M, 3:53.4. Steeplechase - 1. Drozdov, IS, 8:43.04;2. Miller, N, 8:45.94; 3. Wells, C, 8:47.14; 4. Bon- sail, N, 8:58.92; 5. Drahelm, N, 9:11.74; 6. Long, K, 9:30.26. 5000m run - 1. Goucher, C, 14:00.30; 2. Robinson, IS, 14:07.88; 3. Drozdov, IS, 14:09.44; 4. Cox, K, 14:11.65; 5. Brooks, IS, 14:14.95:6. Iteffa, N, 14:18.36. 110m hurdles - 1. Hibler, N, 13.73; 2. Livingston, KS, 13.88; 3. Strim, IS, 14.25; 4. Blackshire, 0, 14.49; 5. Kendall, OS, 14.52; 6. Woods, IS, 14.73. 400m hurdles - 1. Hibler, N, 50.65; 2. Strim, IS, 50.71; 3. Davisson, IS, 51.15; 4. Trainor, N, 51.65; 5. Buchanan, 0, 51.95; 6. Dodd, IS, 52.95. 400m relay - 1. Iowa State, 40.06: 2. Oklahoma, 40.28; 3. Nebraska, 40.45; 4. Kansas State, 40.94; 5. Oklahoma State, 42.35; 6. Missouri, 55.96. 1600m relay - 1. Oklahoma, 3:06.29; 2. Kansas, 3:09.06; 3. Nebraska, 3:09.89; 4. Iowa State, 3:10.03; 5. Colorado, 3:15.70; 6. Missouri, 3:15.77. Discus - 1. Wilson, IS, 184-11; 2. Lepsis. C, 183-11; 3. Singleton, C, 166-9; 4. Relchert, K, 165-0; 5. Sumner, M, 162-4; 6. Schepers, K, 161-0. High Jump -1. Margalit, KS, 7-V4; 2. Broxterman, KS, 7-V4; 3. Johannsen, K, 7-'A; 4. Malesev, N, 6-6%; 5. Jones, M, 6-4%. Triple jump -1. Thomas, N, 53-3'A; 2. Douglas, 0,52-9'A; 3. Peters, IS, 52-3%; 4. Booker, 0,51-5%; 5. Prebyl, N, 50-6'/<; 6. Topps, N, 49-11%. Decathlon - 1. Vacek, N, 7,107;2. Paulsen, N, 6,957; 3. Jeffrey, KS. 6,869; 4. Gamham, N, 6,740; 5. Prenger, K, 6,564; 6. Bamett, IS, 6,389. WOMEN Team Scores Nebraska 198'A, Colorado 154, Kansas State 115, Kansas 94, Iowa State 76, Oklahoma 42, Missouri 34, Oklahoma 18 'A. Individual Results 100m dash - 1. Shafer, K, 11.4; 2. Travis- Miller, N, 11.4; 3. Owens, KS, 11.5; 4. Hall, N, 11.8; 5. Person, 0,11.9; 6. Radske, IS, 12.0. 200m dash -1. Greene, KS, 23.37; 2. Hope, KS, 23.86; 3. Shafer, K, 23.87; 4. Porter, N, 23.91; 5. Travis-Miller, N, 24.20; 6. Person, 0, 24.35. 400m dash - 1. Green, KS, 51.93; 2. Hope, KS, 52.37; 3. Porter, N, 52.78; 4. Holloway, K, 54.21; 5. Croom, N. 54.47; 6. Freeman, 0, 55.17. 800m run - 1. Smith, C, 2:08.87; 2. Betancourt. KS, 2:09.85; 3. Howerton, K, 2:11.88; 4. Elrod, IS, 2:11.92; 5. Davis, M, 2:12.45; 6. Stanish, C, 2:13.38. 1500m run - 1. Smith, C, 4:19.71; 2. Stalling, N, 4:25.55; 3. Raveling. C, 4:26.59; 4. Haremza, M, 4:27.15; 5. Shepherd, N, 4:32.42; 6. Moore, 05, 4:34.29. 5000m run -1. Roberts, C, 16:43.20; 2. Fairclough, IS, 16:46.94; 3. Mazzitelli, N, 16:51.41; 4. Burroughs, C, 17:13.89; 5. Pounds, IS, 17:17.80; 6. Reyes, 0,17:2.27. 10,000m run - 1. McNrtl, C, 35:26.24; 2. Marx. KS, 36:09.35; 3. Clyde, C, 36:15.09; 4. Schneider, M, 36:56.84; 5. Reyes, 0, 37:47.29; 6. Heeb, 37:58.59. 100m hurdles -1. Scott, C, 13.49; 2. Farquahar, C, 13.53; 3. Dyson, 0,14.09; 4. Hammon, N, 14.18; 5. Russell, C, 14.26; 6. Showalter, KS, 14.40. 400m hurdles - 1. Russell, C, 58.31; 2. Steele-Slavens, K, 58.38; 3. Dyson, 0,1:02.25; 4. Hammon, N, 1:03.42; 5. McKinney, N, 1:04.15; 6. Coyne, IS, 1:04.45. 400m relay -1. Kansas, 45.10; 2. Nebraska, 45.14; 3. Kansas State, 45.29; 4. Oklahoma, 46.69; 5. Colorado, 46.90; 6. Iowa State, 47.17. 1600m relay - 1. Nebraska, 3:38.00; 2. Kansas State, 3:43.04; 3. Colorado, 3:45.41; 4. Kansas, 3:47.27; 5. Oklahoma, 3:48.77; 6. Oklahoma State, 3:52.68. High lump -1. Wentland, KS, 5-11 Y<; 2. Dykstra, KS, 5-7 'A; 3. (tie) Blomstedt, N, and McMillan, OS, 5-5'/4; 5. Brewer, IS, 5-5'A; 6. Goodwin, C, 5-5%. Triple jump - 1. Martial, N, 44-10'/<; 2. Henry, N. 42-0; 2. Bryant-Wans, K. 40-6 'A ; 4. Lewis, N, 39-5'/4; 5. Ekiko, C, 38-9; 6. Bourland, N, 387%. Discus - 1. Mitchell, N, 161-0; 2. Cumyn, IS, 152-2; 3. Nelson, IS, 149-7; 4. Nortey, IS, 1457; 5. Thompson, N. 143-5; 6. Scharton, N, 1395. Heptathlon - 1. Sterun, C, 5,360; 2. Blomstedt, N, 5,200; 3. Wilder, K, 4,570; 4. Mounday, K. 4.333; 5. Seller. M, 3,643. High school EISENHOWER LEAGUE At Wakefleld BOYS Team Scores Wakelield 145, Benninglon 114, Centre 80, Tescott 80, White City 60, Hope 39, Solomon 48. Individual Results 800m run - 1. Stoddard, W, 2:11.00; 2. Simonson, W, 2:13.70; 3. Cole, B, 2:14.20. 200m daah - 1. Elser, W, 23.52; 2. Ecklund. B, 24.15; 3. Kahnt. WC, 24.56. 3200m run - 1. Methvln, C. 11:35.46; 2. Severson, W, 11:48.76; 3. Abrams, T, 11:54.51. 3200m relay - 1. Wakefield, 8:43.43; 2. Ben nlngton, 8:49.36; 3. Centre, 9:38.52. 400m relay - 1. Wakefield, 46.13; 2. Tescott, 47.70; 3. White City, 48.30. 1600m relay - 1. Bennlngton, 3:34.58; 2. Waketield, 3:34.69; 3. Centre, 3:50.77. Long jump - 1. Christian, T, 19-4Y<; 2. Harmison, WC, 19-4'/.; 3. Swank, S, 18-5'/.. Shot put -1. Lee, WC, 44-2 V4; 2. Ecklund, B, 43-5; 3. Castillo, C, 39-9 </i. High |ump - 1. Razak, S, 6-0; 2. Simonson, W, 5-10; 3. Murry, B, 5-4. Javelin - 1. Hammersmith, WC, 135-11; 2. Wampler, WC, 123-6; 3. Perron, T, 117-6. Pole vault - 1. Bruhl, S, 12-0; 2. Snook, W, 11-0; 3. Brown, W, 10-6. Triple Jump - 1. Razak, S, 40-2'/.; 2. Christian, T. 38-5W; 3. Smith. B, 38-«. Discus - 1. Rohrer, H, 121-5; 2. Castillo, C, 116-7:3. Wonser, C, 113-7. 110m hurdles - 1. Hedstrom, C, 16.17; 2, Brown, W, 17.37; 3. Peterson, T, 18.37. 100m dash - 1. Elser, W, 11.58; 2. Ecklund, B, 11.98; 3. Snook, W, 12.23. 1600m run -1. White, W, 5:12.62; 2. Methvin, i, 5:16.85; 3. Seifert, B, 5:20.55. 400m dssh -1. Daniels, B, 53.66; 2. Ross, B, 54.18; 3. Lloyd, W, 54.63. 300m hurdles - 1. Hedstrom, C, 42.54: 2. Brown, W, 43.97; 3. Modrell, B, 45.81. GIRLS Team Scores Wakefleld 107'A; Tescott 99, Solomon 86, Centre 77, White City 63, Bennlngton 59, Hope 21 'A. Individual Result* 200m dash - 1. Witty, W, 28.66; 2. McClure, T,28.91;3. Garretl, 6,29.19. 3200m run - 1. Johnson, WC, 14:00.63; 2. Weiland, B, 14:17.31; 3. Vlnduska, C, 15:04.39. 800m relay - 1. Solomon, 2:01.35; 2. Wakefield, 2:012.59; 3. White City, 2:01.91. 400m rslay - 1. Waketield, 56.34; 2. Solomon, 57.08; 3. Hope, 59.74. 1600m relay - 1. Wakefield, 4:27.42; 2. Solomon, 4:39.95; 3. Tescott, 4:55.95. High Jump -1. Grlesl, B, 4-11; 2. Weinbrenner, T, 4-8; 3. Schultz, H, 4-6. Javelin -1. Johnson, S, 102-10; 2. McClure, T, 90-0; 3. Nipper, T, 88-8. Long Jump -1. Johnson, S, 14-4; 2. Combs, C, 13-9; 3. Kahns, C, 13-6'/<. Shot put - 1. Brunner, C, 36-4; 2. Cam- pazano. WC, 31-4; 3. Nipper, T, 31-V4. Triple lump -1. Schmidt, WC, 31-4; 2. Griest. B, 30-9; 3. Pike, W, 27-3'/«. Discus - 1. Nipper, T, 97-3; 2. Campazano, WC, 94-9'A; 3. Rziha, C, 92-5. 100m hurdles - 1. Muchow, T, 17.78; 2. Inman, W, 18.02; 3. Garrett, B, 18.52. 100m dish -1. Witty, W, 13.97; 2. Garrett, B, 14.12; 3. Dittman, WC, 14.40. 1600in run -1. J.Nelson, S, 5:52.87; 2. LNel- son, S, 5:53.11; 3. Weiland, B, 6:05.54. 400m dssh - 1. Inman, W, 1:04.23; 2. McClure, T, 1:05.84; 3. Witty, W, 1:08.08. 300m hurdles - 1. Combs, C, 52.84; 2. Muchow, T, 53.13; 3. Schmidt, WC, 54.24. 800m run -1. L.Nelson. S, 2:40.48:2. J.Nel- son, S, 2:41.76:3. Vinduska, C, 2:49.59. Etc. WOfT 100-METER DASH Litton, Beloit (3A) 10.92 Basgall, Hays (5A) 10.96 Lange, Beloit (3A) 10.96 David, Northern Valley (1A) 10.99 Maxwell, Quinter (2A) 11.02 Barta, Smith Center (3A) 11.07 Greig, Osbome (2A) 11.10 Bates, Hill City (2A) 11.11 Wright, Triplalns(1 A) 11.12 Mom'ssey, Phillipsburg (3A) 11.13 200-METER DASH Maxwell, Quinter (2A) 22.40 Lange, Beloit (3A) 22.50 Hooper, Goodland (4A) 22.56 Greig, Osbome (2A) 22.64 Mom'ssey, Phillipsburg (3A) 22.73 Levin, Kensington (1A) 22.76 Cunningham, Waconda East (1A) 22.85 Barta, Smith Center (3A) 22.87 Keller, Southern Cloud (1A) 22.90 Litton, Beloit (3A) 22.91 400-METER DASH Maxwell, Quinter (2A) 50.00 Spangler, Colby (4A) 50.00 Hooper, Goodland (4A) 50.47 Keck, Goodland (4A) 50.90 Towns, Stockton (2A) 50.93 Larson, Salina Central (5A) 50.95 Basgall, Hays (5A) 50.99 Clint Rush, Brewster (1A) 51.31 Undholm, Smoky Valley (4A) .. .51.45 Carver, Abilene (4A) 51.50 600-METER RUN Augustine, TMP-Marian (4A) . .2:01.12 Spilker, Clay Center (4A) 2:01.60 Zimmer, TMP-Marian (4A) ... .2:01.87 Bishop, Smoky Valley (4A) ... .2:02.10 Blanding, Beloit (3A) 2:02.45 Houltberg, Salina South (5A) . .2:02.55 Hodge, Hlllsboro (3A) 2:02.60 Bendure, Belleville (3A) 2:03.03 Carroll, Chapman (4A) 2:03.06 Doze, Brewster (1A) 2:03.50 1,600-METER RUN Houltberg, Salina South (5A) . .4:25.82 Blochlinger, Minneapolis (3A) . .4:35.20 Kohrs, Ellsworth (4A) 4:36.24 Wellman, McPherson (5A) ... .4:36.63 Zimmer, TMP-Marian (4A) ... .4:36.97 Cunningham, Clay Center (4A) .4:40.70 Glenn, Norton (3A) 4:41.77 Mann, Quinter (2A) 4:43.13 Bishop, Smoky Valley (4A) 4:44.20 Mitchell, Smith Center (3A)... .4:44.72 3,200-METER RUN Houltberg, Salina South (5A) . .9:51.69 Blochlinger, Minneapolis (3A) . .9:52.29 Wellman, McPherson (5A) ... .9:56.48 Goossen, Hillsboro (3A) 9:57.70 Kohrs, Ellsworth (4A) 10:07.10 Cunningham, Clay Center (4A) 10:08.31 Reynolds, Abilene (4A) 10:12.39 Bowen, Goodland (4A) 10:13.14 Burbach, Trego (3A) 10:19.79 Lawson, Hillcrest (1A) 10:23.11 Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Traded Jack Volgt, outfielder, to the Texas Rangers for John Dettmer, pitcher. Assigned Dettmer to Rochester of the International League. Delsg- nated John Shea, pitcher, for new assignment. CLEVELAND INDIANS-Sent Ruben Amaro, outfielder, outright to Buffalo of the American Association. NEW YORK YANKEES-Agreed to terms wtth Jim Leyritz, catcher-Melder, on a one-year contract. TEXAS RANGERS-Asslgned Eric Fox, outfielder, to Oklahoma City of the American Association. National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Agreed to terms with Ramon Martinez, pitcher, on a one-year contract. MONTREAL EXPOS-Placed Cliff Floyd, Infielder, on the 60-day disabled list. ST. LOUIS CARDlNALS-Assigned Allen Watson, pitcher, and Scott Hemond, catcher-Infielder, to Louisville of the American Association. Released Tim Hulett, Infielder. 110-METER HURDLES Kolarik, Hays (5A) 14.40 Gaut, Southeast of Saline (3A) . .14.64 Phelps, Belleville (3A) 14.65 Popelka, Belleville (3A) 14.69 Dennis, Oakley (3A) 15.00 Cunningham, Waconda East (1A) 15.03 Claycamp, Hillcrest (1 A) 15.13 Myers, Beloit (3A) 15.17 Vogan, Southeast of Saline (3A) .15.28 Braun, Russell (4A) 15.34 300-METER HURDLES McDonald, Phillipsburg (3A) ... .39.65 Kolarik, Hays (5A) 39.72 Gaut, Southeast of Saline (3A) . .40.27 Grubb,QuiviraHeights(1A) ....41.00 Scott, Washington (2A) 41.13 Laas, Concordia (4A) 41.20 Cunningham, Waconda East (1A) 41.25 Riley, Hill City (2A) 41.38 Schmidt, TMP-Marian (4A) 41.62 Piroutek, Smith Center (3A) 41.66 400-METER RELAY Goodland (4A) 43.68 Beloit (3A) 44.41 Salina South (5A) 44.66 Abilene (4A) 44.70 Belleville (3A) 44.77 McPherson (5A) 44.89 Quinter (2A) 44.94 Hays (5A) 45.03 TMP-Marian (4A) 45.08 Colby (4A) 45.10 Northern Valley (1A) 45.10 Oberiin(3A) ' 45.10 1,600-METER RELAY Hays(5A) 3:28.14 Clay Center (4A) 3:30.80 Quinter (2A) 3:31.00 Stockton (2A) 3:31.64 Thomas More Prep-Marian (4A) 3:31.91 Abilene (4A) 3:32.50 Beloit (3A) 3:32.92 Belleville (3A) 3:32.98 Salina Central (5A) 3:33.81 Brewster (1 A) 3:34.30 3,200-METER RELAY TMP-Marian (4A) 8:22.81 Salina Central (5A) 8:27.37 Chapman (4A) 8:27.92 Belleville (3A) 8:28.74 Hillsboro (3A) 8:29.05 Colby (4A) 8:29.70 Salina South (5A) 8:32.66 Brewster (1A) 8:34.33 Smith Center (3A) 8:34.60 Hays (5A) 8:34.62 DISCUS Simoneau, Smith Center (3A) .. .182-0 Levin, Kensington (1A) 181-7 Thompson, Beloit (3A) 160-6 Randle, Hays (5A) 158-8 Cross, Russell (4A) 158-5 Philpot, Norton (3A) 158-5 Milleson, Smoky Valley (4A) ... .156-5 Seyfert, Beloit (3A) 156-0 FOOTBALL National Football League NFL-Named Sue Roblchek director of special events planning and Don Renzulll director of special events operations. CAROLINA PANTHERS-Slgned Dwlght Stone, wide receiver-kick returner, to a one-year contract. DETROIT LIONS-Re-slgned Willie Clay, safety. MIAMI DOLPHINS-Signed Louis Oliver, safety, to a two-year contract. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS-Signed Chris Thomas, wide receiver. HOCKEY National Hockey League DALLAS STARS-Sent Zac Boyer, right wing, and Travis Richards, defenseman, to Kalama- zooofthelHL NHL-Fined Andy Van Hellemond, referee, an undisclosed amount for disallowing a goal by Quebec's Joe Sakic in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the New York Rangers. VANCOUVER CANUCKS-Slgned Bert Robertsson, defenseman. Central Hockey League WICHITA THUNDER-Announced the resignation of Doug Shedden, coach. COLLEGE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BASKETBALL COACHES-Named Oklahoma coach Kelvin Sampson, Florida State coach Pat Kennedy and Musk- Ingum coach Jim Burson to the board of directors. BALDWIN-WALLACE-Named Victoria Brault volleyball coach and assistant Softball coach; Kristle Stacy swimming coach and Ronald Wise golf coach. CASE WESTERN RESERVE-Named Karen Chambers Softball and women's volleyball coach. EAST CAROLINA-Named Lane Odom men's assistant basketball coach. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL-Announced that Ed Rlggan, men's assistant basketball coach, has been reassigned within the athletic department. Belsel, Victoria (2A) 155-5 McKee, Goodland (4A) 154-10 HIGH JUMP Lavy, Southern Cloud (1A) 7-0 Robinson, Hays (5A) 6-8 Poling, St. Francis (2A) 6-7 Dinkel, Hill City (2A) 6-6 Bishop, Smoky Valley (4A) 6-5 Druse, Marion (3A) 6-4% Keller, Southern Cloud (1A) 6-4 Razak, Solomon (1A) 6-4 Ruder, Victoria (2A) 6-4 J.Sears, Colby (4A) 6-4 JAVELIN File, Beloit (3A) 236-2 Lehning, Logan (1A) 212-6 Huckett, Washington (2A) 187-10 Tubbs, Colby (4A) 184-11 Wisdom, Concordia (4A) 184-8 Cyr, Concordia (4A) 182-11 T.Thompson, Beloit (3A) 182-8 Aggson, Concordia (4A) 179-10 Dunback, Belleville (3A) 179-1 M.Thompson, Beloit (3A) 177-5 LONG JUMP Heidrick, Beloit (3A) 23-0% Keck, Goodland (4A) 22-10 Hooper, Goodland (4A) 22-8'A Parks, Russell (4A) 22-3'A Coellner, Salina South (5A) ... .22-2'/2 Tinker, Goodland (4A) 21-8'A Kolarik, Hays (5A) 21-6 Clint Rush, Brewster (1 A) 21-6 Keller, Southern Cloud (1A) .. .21-4'/ 2 Hancock, Salina Central (5A) . .21-3% POLE VAULT Schnelle, Abilene (4A) 15-1 Schmidt, TMP-Marian (4A) 14-0 Schmidtberger, TMP-Marian (4A) .14-0 Poling, St. Francis (2A) 13-11 Keam, Concordia (4A) 13-6 Bell, Hill City (2A) 13-3 Manley, Washington (2A) 13-3 Yardley, McPherson (5A) 13-3 Greig, Osbome (2A) 13-0 SHOT PUT Simoneau, Smith Center (3A) . .60-1 % Levin, Kensington (1A) 58-5% Beisel, Victoria (2A) 55-8 Cross, Russell (4A) 55-8 Staab, Plalnville (3A) 55-5% Lehning, Logan (1 A) 54-2 Vosburg, Smoky Valley (4A) .. .53-3% Bums, Clay Center (4A) 52-5 Manning, Norton (3A) 52-3% Seyfert, Beloit (3A) 51-10 TRIPLE JUMP Keck, Goodland (4A) 47-2% Heidrick, Beloit (3A) 46-2 Look, Quinter (2A) 44-2 Lavy, Southern Cloud (1 A) . ...43-8'/4 Brown, St. John's-Beloit (1 A).. .43-2% Pfannenstiel, Chapman (4A) 43-1 Thompson, Beloit (3A) 42-11 Sites, Chapman (4A) 42-9% Scanlon, Trego (3A) 42-9 Randolph, Brewster (1 A) 42-7 GIRLS AREA HIGH SCHOOLTRACK HONOR ROLL 100-METER DASH DeLong, Russell (4A) 12.54 Beauchamp, Clay Center (4A) .. .12.57 Westphal, Belleville (3A) 12.60 Bowman, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 12.62 Waller, Waconda East (1A) 12.68 Under, Salina South (5A) 12.71 Ganoung, Plainville (3A) 12.72 Fraiser, Sharon Springs (1A) —12.75 Timm, Atwood (2A) 12.80 Sicard, Concordia (4A) 12.83 200-METER DASH Timm, Atwood (2A) 26.20 Beauchamp, Clay Center (4A) .. .26.27 Under, Salina South (5A) 26.37 Pruter, TMP-Marian (4A) 26.54 Aspegren, Pike Valley (1A) 26.62 Bowman, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 26.67 Sicard, Concordia (4A) 26.70 Walter, Waconda East (1A) 26.75 Crick, McPherson (5A) 26.77 Westphal, Belleville (3A) 26.84 400-METER DASH Under, Salina South (5A) 1:00.38 Timm, Atwood (2A) 1:00.70 Crick, McPherson (5A) 1:01.19 L.Duell, Goodland (4A) 1:01.32 Splichal, Belleville (3A) 1:01.38 McKinley, Norton (3A) 1:01.39 Schultz, St. Francis (2A) 1:01.50 Wood, Stockton (2A) 1:01.62 Vanek, TMP-Marian (4A) 1:01.95 Triplet!, Logan (1A) 1:01.98 800-METER RUN Under, Salina South (5A) 2:20.29 Spies, Trego (3A) 2:24.77 Shields, Goodland (4A) 2:27.92 Lohse, Hanover (1A) 2:28.00 Young, Plalnville (3A) 2:28.02 Rene, Smith Center (3A) 2:28.38 McKinley, Norton (3A) 2:28.82 Thayer, Abilene (4A) 2:29.23 Halligan, Goodland (4A) 2:29.41 Racek, Wilson (1A) 2:29.68 1,600-METER RUN Thayer, Abilene (4A) 5:21.40 Spies, Trego (3A) 5:26.51 Walquist, Clay Center (4A) 5:26.70 Cassidy, St. Francis (2A) 5:28.10 Ptacek, Wilson (1A) 5:30.41 J.Nelson, Solomon (1A) 5:39.30 Isaacson, Ell-Saline (2A) 5:39.32 Fiene, Smith Center (3A) 5:40.94 Cott, Clay Center (4A) 5:42.16 LNelson, Solomon (1A) 5:42.46 3,200-METER RUN Thayer, Abilene (4A) 11:25.60 Cassidy, St. Francis (2A) 12:07.01 Walquist, Clay Center (4A) .. .12:09.20 Fiene, Smith Center (3A) 12:12.38 Allmon, Abilene (4A) 12:21.78 Owen, Chapman (4A) 12:22.30 Hein, TMP-Marian (4A) 12:24.62 Isaacson, Ell-Saline (2A) 12:25.31 Summerville, Marion (3A) ... .12:40.76 Burgess, White Rock (1A)... .12:42.48 100-METER HURDLES McDaniels, Goodland (4A) 15.70 Davis, Southeast-Saline (3A) 15.94 Lambert, Smith Center (3A) 15.94 Pruter, TMP-Marian (4A) 15.96 Bigham, Ellsworth (4A) 16.12 Helm, Hays (5A) 16.13 Morgan, Chapman (4A) 16.13 Rorabaugh, Ellis (2A) 16.16 Sasser, Belleville (3A) 16:19 Dunn, Oakley (3A) 16.20 300-METER HURDLES Pruter, TMP-Marian (4A) 46.71 McDaniel, Goodland (4A) 47.50 Lindsten, St. Francis (2A) 47.60 Stites, McPherson (5A) 47.74 Rorabaugh, Ellis (2A) 47.75 Davis, Southeast of Saline (3A) . .47.88 Terpening, Mankato (1A) 47.89 Tegtmeier, Hanover (1A) 48.32 Bechard, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 48.35 Lambert, Smith Center (3A) 48.35 400-METER RELAY Clifton-Clyde (2A) 50.73 Clay Center (4A) 51.10 McPherson (5A) 51.31 Salina South (5A) 51.54 Chapman (4A) 51.90 Goodland (4A) 52.10 Logan (1A) 52.12 Colby (4A) 52.30 Russell (4A) 52.35 Stockton (2A) 52.76 800-METER RELAY Clifton-Clyde (2A) 1:46.86 Logan (1A) 1:48.89 Salina South (5A) 1:49.70 Belleville (3A) 1:50.54 Stockton (2A) 1:51.10 Victoria (2A) 1:52.00 Plainville (3A) 1:52.23 Norton (3A) 1:52.57 Oakley (3A) 1:53.34 Hoxie(3A) 1:53.50 1,600-METER RELAY Salina South (5A) 4:09.24 Clay Center (4A) 4:13.10 McPherson (5A) 4:13.89 Chapman (4A) 4:15.00 Thomas More Prep-Marian (4A) 4:15.26 Logan (1A) 4:16.39 Belleville, (3A) 4:17.05 Stockton (2A) 4:17.82 Clifton-Clyde (2A) 4:17.88 Goodland (4A) 4:18.28 3,200-METER RELAY Salina South (5A) 10:01.24 Goodland (4A) 10:01.60 Clay Center (4A) 10:22.10 Thorn. More Prep-Marian (4A) 10:26.40 Salina Central (5A) 10:30.11 McPherson (5A) 10:34.11 Southeast of Saline (3A) 10:38.47 Beloit (3A) 10:43.41 Colby (4A) 10:44.90 Abilene (4A) 10:45.11 DISCUS Woodman, Belleville (3A) 152-11 Leiker, Hays (5A) 128-3 Holloway, Russell (4A) 126-5 Gile, Salina Central (5A) 121-4 Loewen, Hillsboro (3A) 120-7 Basel, Mankato (1A) 119-0 Charbonneau, Concordia (4A) .. .117-9 Hancock, Marion (3A) 117-3 William, Hoxle (3A) 116-4 Woods, Smith Center (3A) 115-10 HIGH JUMP Keeler, Southeast of Saline (3A) .. .5-8 DeLong, Russell (4A) 5-4 Miller, Norton (3A) 5-4 Schultz, St. Francis (2A) 5-4 Cox, Northern Valley (1A) 5-3 Lefort, Southeast of Saline (3A)... .5-3 Manning, White Rock (1A) 5-3 Albers, Chapman (4A) 5-2 Beems, Clifton-Clyde (2A) 5-2 Beran, TMP-Marian (4A) 5-2 Boldra, Hays (5A) 5-2 Davis, Colby (4A) 5-2 Hays, Salina South (5A) 5-2 Uttlejohn, Phillipsburg (3A) 5-2 Munsell, Colby (4A) 5-2 Okeson, Weskan (1A) 5-2 JAVELIN Hunter, Eastern Heights (1A) 129-8 Kepka, Hill City (2A) 127-4 Griffin, Ell-Saline (2A) 126-2 Johnson, Solomon (1A) 125-4 Nipper, Tescott (1A) 124-8 Longhofer, Chapman (4A) 122-8 Roeder, Norton (3A) 121-0 Larsen, Concordia (4A) 119-5 Havel, Concordia (4A) 118-7 Woodman, Belleville (3A) 116-4 LONG JUMP Beauchamp, Clay Center (4A) —17-1 Chartier, McPherson (5A) 16-9% Campbell, Hoxie (3A) 16-9 Lohse, Hanover (1A) .. : 16-9 Helm, Hays (5A) 16-8 Kems, Plainville (3A) 16-8 Lucas, Goodland (4A) 16-6% Jensen, Ell-Saline (2A) 16-6% Blake, Clay Center (4A) 16-5% Detrich, Chapman (4A) 16-5% SHOT PUT Woodman, Belleville (3A) 41-8 Roeder, Norton (3A) 39-8% Schemper, Northern Valley (1A) 39-3 'A Tripled, Logan (1A) 39-0 Holloway, Russell (4A) 38-11 Jacobs, Victoria (2A) 38-8 Albers, Chapman (4A) 38-5% Ward, Norton (3A) 38-5 Ptacek, Wilson (1A) 37-4% Brindle, Ell-Saline (2A) 37-3'A TRIPLE JUMP Lohse, Hanover (1A) 36-1 Gronewoller, Beloit (3A) 35-7 Shupe, Minneapolis (3A) 35-6% Campbell, Hoxie (3A) 35-2'A Breault, Minneapolis (3A) 34-10% Lichty, Quinter (2A) 34-4% Bowman, Clifton-Clyde (2A)... .34-3% Arensmen, Salina Central (5A) .. .34-3 Baker, Washington (2A) 34-0% Coleman, Hillcrest (1A) 34-0% Honor roll marks can be called in from 4-9 p.m. to The Journal office (1-800-8276363). Area track meets with six or more teams will be published. Either mail (333 S. 4th, Salina, Kan. 67401) or fax (913827-6363) the results to The Journal. SALINA RADIO/TV Wednesday, May 17 Television BASEBALL 2:30 p.m. - Chicago at San Francisco (ML) WON, cable 46 6:30 p.m. - Major League game ESPN, cable 25 9:30 p.m. - Major League game ESPN, cable 25 BASKETBALL 6 p.m. - NBA playoff game TNT, cable 27 HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. - NHL playoff game ESPN2, cable 47 GENERAL 10 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 25 5:30 p.m. - Sportscenler ', ESPN, cable 25 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight CNN, cable 30 12:30 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 25 Midnight - Calling All Sports CNN, cable 30 12:30 p.m. - Sports Latenlght CNN, cable 30 1:30 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, 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 r , 6:30 p.m. - SportsTalk WIBW, 580-AM SPORTS DIGEST Baseball • At Baltimore, one day after being cut from the Baltimore Orioles roster, Jack Voigt has a new home. The Orioles on Tuesday traded the right-handed outfielder to the Texas Rangers for right-handed pitcher John Dettmer. Dettmer, 25, who was pitching in relief at Class AAA Oklahoma City, will report to the Orioles' Class AAA Rochester affiliate in the International League. Dettmer opened the season with the Rangers and appeared in one game, a relief outing on opening day. In 12 lifetime major league contests, including nine starts, Dettmer has an 0-6 record with a 4.47 ERA. Basketball • At New York , the NBA expansion draft to stock the Toronto Raptors and the Vancouver Grizzlies will be held on June 24. The league announced Tuesday that existing teams will be able to protect eight players apiece. None of the teams will lose more than one player. The expansion clubs, entering the league for $125 million each, became official members on Tuesday. That designation makes them eligible to sign free agents who did not complete the season on any rosters. Cycling • At Loreto, Italy, Tony Rominger won the fourth stage of the Tour of Italy on Tuesday and strengthened his overall lead in the cycling race. It was the second stage victory in three days for the 34-year-old Swiss cyclist, who also won Sunday's race against-the-clock in Assisi. Football • At Davie, Fla., Louis Oliver, once a top- round Miami Dolphins draft pick, signed with the team Tuesday as a free agent. The 29-year- old safety agreed to a two-year contract with the Dolphins after a short stint at Cincinnati.Oliver will get $1 million cash and up to another $1 million in incentives for starting and Super Bowl play, said agent Drew Rosenhaus. Oliver played five seasons for coach Don Shula after Miami selected him in the 1989 draft. But two years ago, he held out through training camp before unhappily agreeing to a one-year contract. Olympics SPORTS HOTLINE ournal Call 825-6000 • At Winder, Ga., Somalia's Olympic track team won't train in Barrow County if it's not wanted, a Somali official says. "If they don't want us there, we won't force it," said Ah' Osman Ali, secretary general of the Somali Olympic Committee. The board of directors of the northeast Georgia county's chamber of commerce last week postponed a vote on a contract to host the Somali track team before the 1996 Games. Some county residents had objected because of the way Somalis treated U.S. soldiers in 1993, when troops were in the African nation to help deliver food and keep peace. They cited pictures of a Somali mob dragging an American soldier's body through the streets of Mogadishu. Tennis • At Rome, Pete Sampras, the top seed and defending champion, was knocked out of the Italian Open Tuesday, losing in straight sets to unseeded Fabrice Santoro of France. Santoro broke a listless Sampras in the first game of the match en route to a 6-3, 6-4 upset on the clay courts at the Foro Italico. Sampras also lost to Santoro in the first round of the 1992 Italian Open. "I dug myself a really big hole and I couldn't get out of it," Sampras said. • At Berlin, Martina Hingis, the 14-year-old Swiss sensation, rolled into the second round of the German Open on Tuesday by routing Spanish qualifier Maria Sanchez Lorenzo 6-4, 6-0. Sanchez Lorenzo replaced American Shaun Stafford, who dropped because of an injury. 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