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'B2 Thursday, May 18,1995 The Salina Journal Basketball NBA playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CDT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 13 Houston 118, Phoenix 85 Indiana 98, New York 84 Sunday, May 14 Phoenix 114. Houston 110 San Antonio 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, OT, Phoenix leads series 3-2 Wednesday, May 17 New York 96, Indiana 95, Indiana leads series 3-2 Thursday, May 18 Orlando at Chicago, 7 p.m. (TNT) Phoenix at Houston, 7:30 p.m. (TNT) San Antonio at LA. Lakers, 10 p.m. (TNT) Friday, May 19 New York at Indiana, 7 p.m. (TNT), it necessary Saturday, May 20 L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, TBA (NBC), II necessary Houston at Phoenix. 2:30 p.m. (NBC), il necessary Sunday, May 21 Chicago at Orlando, TBA (NBC), il necessary Indiana at New York. TBA (NBC), il necessary NBA summaries KNICKS 96, PACERS 95 Indiana (95) D.Davis 1-2 0-0 2, McKey 3-8 5-6 11, Smte 12-16 4-5 28, Jackson 1-5 0-0 2, Miller 8-20 4-6 23, Mitchell 0-4 4-4 4, Workman 5-6 0-0 10, A.Davls 2-8 3-4 7, Ferrell 1-41-2 3, Scott 2-4 005. Totals 35-77 21-27 95. New York (96) • Oakley 2-10 9-9 13, Smith 5-9 0-0 10, Ewing 8-21 3-4 19, Harper 6-11 0-0 16, Starks 7-14 02 15, Bonner 2-3 0-0 4, Mason 3-7 7-8 13. H.Davis 1-3 0-0 3, Anthony 1-2 0-0 3. Totals 358019-2396. Indiana 28 22 24 21—95 N«w York 34 19 17 26—96 3-Polnt goals—Indiana 4-15 (Miller 3-11, Scotl 1-2, Jackson 0-1, McKey 0-1), New York 7-14 (Harper 4-7, Anthony 1-1, H.Davis 1-2, Starks 1-4). Fouled out—McKey. Rebounds- Indiana 53 (A.Davis 9), New York 44 (Oakley 13). Assists—Indiana 22 (Miller 6), New York 18 (Starks 7). Total louls—Indiana 26, New York 27. Technicals—None. A—19,763 (19,763). LATE TUESDAY NIGHT LAKERS 9B, SPURS 96 (OT) Los Angeles (98) Ceballos 6-15 6-10 20, Campbell 5-14 7-10 17, Divac 3-8 2-4 8, Peeler 6-11 3-415, 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. San 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 0-0 lO.Totals 34-82 24-31 96. Los Angeles 29 26 21 12 10—98 San Antonio 24 25 20 19 8—96 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. Technicals—Reid. Divac, Rodman, Del Negro. A—35,888(34,215), ROCKETS 103, SUNS 97 (OT) Houston (103) Chilcutt 0-2 0-0 0, Horry 4-12 0-111, Olajuwon 14-31 3-3 31, Drexler 0-6 4-8 4, Smith 7-16 2-2 21, Brown 6-11 3-315, Elie 5-16 5-515, Cassell 2-5 0-0 6. Totals 38-99 17-22 103. Phoenix (97) Barkloy 8-22 1-6 17, Green 2-9 7-12 11, Kleine 3-9 0-0 6. Johnson 10-17 8-11 28, Person 6-14 0-0 15, Majerle 3-8 2-3 10, Tisdale 0-2 0-0 0, Schayes 3-8 2-2 8, Perry 1 -2 0-0 2, Ainge 0-2 0-0 0.Totals 36-93 20-34 97. Houston 28 21 27 16 11—103 Phoenix 24 27 28 13 5— 97 3-Point goals—Houston 10-32 (Smith 5-11, Horry 3-9, Cassell 2-3. Chilcutt 0-1, Drexler 0-1, Elie 0-7), Phoenix 5-22 (Person 3-9, Majerle 24, Johnson 0-1, Tisdale 0-1, Green 0-2, Alnge 02, Barkley 0-3). Fouled oul—Brown. Rebounds—Houston 58 (Olajuwon 16), Phoenix 79 (Green, Barkley 20). Assists—Houston 23 (Smith 7), Phoenix 24 (Johnson 8). Total fouls- Houston 31, Phoenix 23. Technicals—Barkley, Phoenix delay of game, Houston illegal defense. A—19.023(19,023). NBA Today By The Associated Press SCOREBOARD Thursday May 18 Orlando at Chicago (7 p.m. CDT). The Magic have a 3-2 lead in the series and look to send Michael Jordan his earliest playoff exit since 1988 when Detroit knocked eliminated the Bulls in the Eastern Conference semifinals. STARS Shaquille O'Neal, Magic, had 23 points, 22 rebounds and five blocked shots as Orlando beat Chicago 103-95 to take a 3-2 lead in the best-of- 7 series. Nick Van Exel. Lakers, scored 22 points, including a 3-pointer with 10 seconds left in regulation and another 3-pointer with 0.5 left in overtime to give Los Angeles a 98-96 win over San Antonio, Hakeem Olajuwon, Rockets, had 31 points and 16 rebounds as Houston beat Phoenix 10397 in overtime to force a sixth game in their best-of-7 series. STAYING ALIVE Nick Van Exel's running 3-pointer with 0.5 left in overtime gave the Los Angeles Lakers a gage victory over San Antonio on Tuesday night and forced a sixth game at the Forum Thursday night.... The defending champion Rockets improved their record in games lacing elimination to 6-0 over the past two seasons with a 103-97 overtime win in Phoenix, sending the series back to Houston (or Game 6 Thursday night SITTING Dennis Rodman was not in the starting lineup, but did play Tuesday night, scoring 11 points with 15 rebounds, as San Antonio lost to the Los Angeles Lakers 98-96 in overtime Tuesday night. SORRY SHOOTING Charles Barkley missed 11 straight shots at one stretch Tuesday night and finished 8-tor-22 with just 17 points as Phoenix lost to Houston 103-97 in overtime. SWEEPING THE GLASS Shaquille O'Neal had 22 rebounds as Orlando took a 3-2 lead In Its best-of-7 series with Chicago with a 103-95 win Tuesday night. SITE Trustees of the Basketball Hall of Fame In Springfield, Mass., have agreed to move It to a new site. No definite site or plan has been worked out, the hall's president, Joe O'Brien, said Tuesday. He said trustees Intend to hire a consultant and come up with a plan by their fall meeting. Rookie of year NEW YORK (AP) — Voting results for the NBA Rookie of the Year as selected by a national panel of sportswrtters and broadcasters: Grant Hill, Detroit 43 Jason Kidd, Dallas 43 Glenn Robinson, Milwaukee 15 Eddie Jones, L.A. Lakers 2 Brian Grant, Sacramento 1 Juwan Howard, Washington 1 Year By Year Winners 1953—Don Melneke, Fort Wayne 1954—Ray Felix, Baltimore 1955—Bob Pettrt, Milwaukee 1956—Maurice Slokes, Rochester 1957—Tom Heinsohn, Boston 1958—Woody Sauldsberry, Philadelphia 1959—Elgin Baylor, Minneapolis 1960—Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia 1961—Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati 1962—Walt Bellamy, Chicago 1963—Terry Dischinger. Chicago 1964—Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati 1965—Willis Reed, New York 1966—Rick Barry, San Francisco 1967—Dave Blng, Detroit 1968—Earl Monroe, Baltimore 1969—Wes Unsold, Baltimore 1970—Lew Alcinder. Milwaukee 1971—Dava Cowens. Boston and Geoff Petrie, Portland 1972—Sidney Wicks, Portland 1973—Bob McAdoo, Buffalo 1974—Ernie DIGregorio, Buffalo 1975—Keith Wilkes, Golden Stata 1976—Alvan Adams, Phoenix 1977—Adrian Dantley, Buffalo 1978—Walter Davis, Phoenix 1979—Phil Ford, Kansas City 1980—Larry Bird, Boston 1981—Darrell Griffith, Utah 1982—Buck Williams, New Jersey 1983—Terry Cummlngs, San Diego 1984—Ralph Sampson, Houston 1985—Michael Jordan, Chicago 1986-Patrick Ewing, New York 1987—Chuck Person, Indiana 1988—Mark Jackson, New York 1989—Mitch Richmond, Golden State (990—David Robinson, San Antonio 1991—Derrick Coleman, New Jersey 1992—Larry Johnson, Charlotte 1993—Shaquille O'Neal, Orlando 1994—Chris Webber, Golden State 1995—Grant Hill, Detroit and Jason Kidd, Dal- Chris Ford By The Associated Press ' The coaching record of Chris Ford, who was fired as coach of the Boston Celtics on Wednesday: Regular Season Year Team W L Pet. 1990-91 Boston 56 26 .683 1991-92 Boston 51 31 .622 1992-93 Boston 48 34 .585 1993-94 Boston 32 50 .390 1994-95 Boston 35 47 .427 Totals 222 188 .541 Playoffs Year Team W L PcL 1990-91 Boston 5 6 .455 1991-92 Boston 6 4 .600 1992-93 Boston 1 3 .250 1994-95 Boston 1 3 .250 Totals 13 16 .448 Junior World COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - Players Invited to the 1995 USA Men's Junior World Championship Team Trials to be held June 9-11 with height, position, hometown and school: Shareef Abdur-Rahlm, 6-9, f, Marietta, Ga., California; Glendon Alexander, 6-6, f, Carrollton, Texas, Newman Smith HS; Maceo Baston, 6-9, I, Dallas, Michigan; Louis Bullock, 6-2, g, Laurel, Md., Michigan; V/nce Carter, 6-6, /, Daytona Beach, Fla., North Carolina; Luther Clay, 6-9, f, Pittsfield, Maine, Purdue. Nathaniel Davis, 6-9, f, Queens, N.Y., Gulf Coast C.C.; Taymon Domzalski, 6-10, c, Rosweft N.M., Duko; Tim Duncan, SI. Croix, Virgin Islands, Wake Forest; Bobby Joe Evsns, 6-9, c, McKlnney, Texas, Oklahoma; Danny Fortson. 6-7, f, Pittsburgh, Clnc.,matl; Tremaine Fowlkes, 6-7, f, Los Angeles, California. Kevin Gametl, 6-10, I, Chicago, Farragut Academy; Doug Gottlieb, 6-1, g, Tustln, Calif., Notre Dame; Malt Harpring, 6-6, f, Dunwoody, Ga., Georgia Tech; J.R. Henderson, Bakers- 'ield, Calif., UCLA; Steve Houston, 6-1, g, The Colony (Texas) HS; Trajan Langdon, 6-4, g. Anchorage, Alaska, Duke. Jelani McCoy, 6-11, c,'San Diego, UCLA; viike Maddox, 6-8, f, Atlanta, Georgia Tech; Stephon Marbury, 6-1, g, Brooklyn, N.Y., Georgia Tech; Brad Miller, 6-11, c, Kendallville, Ind., ^urdue; Charlie Miller, 6-7, f, Miami, Indiana, Sam Okey, 6-7, t, Cassville, W>«. iMuvmsin. Ryan Ferryman, 6-7, f, Oak Park, Mich., Dayton; Paul Pierce, 6-6, I, Inglewood, Calif., Kansas; Ricky Price, 6-6, g, Carson, Calif., Duke; Mark Sanford, 6-8, f, Dallas, Washington; Curtis Staples, 6-3, g, Roanoke, Va., Virginia; Terrell Slokes. 6-0, g. Philadelphia, Maryland. Damon Stringer, 6-0, g, Cleveland, Ohio Stale; Maurice Taylor, 6-9,1, Detroit, Michigan; Robert Traylor, 6-8, c, Detroit. Michigan; Wayne Turner, 6-3, g, Chestnut Hill, Mass., Kentucky; Antoine Walker, 6-8, f, Chicago, Kentucky; Samaki Walker, 6-9. c, Columbus, Ohio, Louisville. Jerod Ward, 6-9, f, Clinton, Miss., Michigan; Bonzi Wells, 6-5, f, Muncie, Ind., Ball State; Albert White, 6-6, f, Inkster, Mich., Michigan; Jahi- di White. 6-9, c, SI. Louis, Georgetown; Steve Wojciechowski, 5-tt, g, Sevema Park, Md., Duke; Tim Young. 7-1, c, Santa Cruz, Calif., Stanford. Baseball League leaders By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING—Murray, Cleveland, .426; McLemore, Texas, .400; CDavis, California, .392; Baerga, Cleveland, .375; Ramirez, Cleveland. .369; EMartinez, Seattle, .357: Carter, Toronto, .357. RUNS—Berroa, Oakland, 23; ByAnderson, Baltimore, 20; JnValentln, Boston, 19; Belle, Cleveland, 19; McGwire, Oakland, 19; Sprague, Toronto, 18; Palmer, Texas, 18. RBI—MVaughn, Boston, 25; McGwire, Oakland, 25; Sorrento, Cleveland, 21; Ramirez, Cleveland, 19; Palmeiro, Baltimore, 19; CDavis, California, 19; Sprague, Toronto, 18; RAIomar, SCOREBOARD TODAY'S SCHEDULE THURSDAY, MAY 18 BASEBALL Seattle at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. Colorado at Atlanta. 6:40 p.m. SOFTBALL Class 3-2-tA regional at Llndsborg. Toronto, 16; White, Toronto, 18; Murray, Cleveland, 18. HITS—McLemore, Texas, 30; Carter, Toronto, 30; White, Toronto, 29; CDavis, California, 29; Murray. Cleveland, 29: Baerga, Cleveland, 27; RAIomar, Toronto, 27. DOUBLES—DISareina, California, 10; Belle, Cleveland, 10: Oliver, Milwaukee, 8; Slelnbach, Oakland, 7; Sierra, Oakland, 7; 8 are tied with 6. TRIPLES—White, Toronto, 4; DISareina, California, 3; ByAndereon, Baltimore, 3; ACole, Minnesota, 2; JeClark, Minnesota, 2; RAIomar, Toronto, 2; 23 are tied with 1. HOME RUNS—MVaughn, Boston. 10; McG- wire, Oakland, 8; Berroa, Oakland, 7; Fielder, Detroit, 7; Ramirez, Cleveland, 6; Sprague, Toronto, 6; Sorrento. Cleveland, 6; RAIomar, Toronto, 6; Palmeiro, Baltimore, 6; Tettleton, Texas, 6. STOLEN BASES—Knoblauch, Minnesota, 9; Nixon, Texas, 7; RHenderson, Oakland, 7; Uohnson, Chicago, 6; Tinsfey, Boston, 5; MVaughn, Boston, 5; RAIomar, Toronto, 5; McLemore, Texas, 5. PITCHING (2 Decisions)—16 are tied with 1.000. STRIKEOUTS—Appier, Kansas City, 41; RJohnson. Seattle, 36; Hanson, Boston, 27; Stottlemyre, Oakland, 26; Rogers, Texas, 25; Finley, California, 25; Brown, Baltimore, 24. SAVES—LeSmilh, California, 7; Werteland, New York, 5; Aguilera, Minnesota, 5; Eckersley, Oakland, 5; Ayala, Seattle, 4; RHemandoz, Chicago, 4; Russell, Texas, 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—Larkln, Cincinnati, .425; Karros, Los Angeles, .416; Glrardl, Colorado, .397; TG- wynn, San Diego, .390; Tarasco, Montreal, .380; Butler, New York, .377; Offerman, Los Angeles, .375. RUNS—DHollins, Philadelphia, 22; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 21; Offerman, Los Angeles, 18; Bichette, Colorado, 17; Larkin, Cincinnati, 17; TGwynn, San Diego, 17; CpJones, Atlanta, 16; Rnley, San Diego, 16; McGritf, Atlanta, 16. RBI—MaWilliams, San Francisco, 23; Monde- si, Los Angeles, 20; King, Pittsburgh, 20; Glrar- di, Colorado, 19; Bichette, Colorado, 19; Gant, Cincinnati, 19; Karros, Los Angeles, 18. HITS—Karros, Los Angeles, 32; Larkin, Cincinnati, 31; TGwynn, San Diego, 30; Gilkey, St. Louis, 29; Girardf, Colorado, 29; Bichette, Colorado, 29; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 27; Tarasco, Montreal, 27; MaWflams, San Francisco, 27. DOUBLES—LanMord, St. Louis, 10; McRae, Chicago, 9; Karros, Los Angeles, 8; Grace, Chicago, 8; Tarasco, Montreal, 7; Alou, Montreal, 7; 9 are tied with 6. TRIPLES—Larkin, Cincinnati, 3; Grudzielanek, Montreal, 2; JLopez, Atlanta, 2; Gonzalez, Houston, 2; Offerman, Los Angeles, 2; McRae, Chicago, 2; DeShlelds, Los Angeles, 2; Hayes, Philadelphia, 2; Bonllla, New York, 2. HOME RUNS-MaWllllams, San Francisco, 8; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 7; Sosa, Chicago, 6; Bichette, Colorado, 6; Gant, Cincinnati, 6; CpJones, Atlanta, 5; LWalker, Colorado, 5; GHill, San Francisco, 5. STOLEN BASES—Sheffield, Florida, 10; Veras, Florida, 9; Larkin, Cincinnati, 9; DeShlelds, Los Angeles, 8; DSanders, Cincinnati, 8; Weiss, Colorado, 8; Mouton, Houston, 7. PITCHING (2 Decisions)—20 are tied with 1.000. STRIKEOUTS—Schilling, Philadelphia, 33; Fassero, Montreal, 30; Smote, Atlanta, 27; GMaddux, Atlanta, 27; RMartinez, Los Angeles, 26; Neagle, Pittsburgh, 24; Benes, San Diego, 24; Portugal, San Francisco, 24. SAVES—Slocumb, Philadelphia, 9; Rojas, Montreal, 6; BRuffln, Colorado, 6; Myers, Chicago, 6; Henke, SI. Louis, 6; Beck, San Francisco, 5; Franco, New York, 5. Cal's Countdown By The Associated Press A look at Cal Ripken counting down to Lou Gehrig's record ot 2,130 consecutive games played: CAL-endsr: The Baltimore Orioles next play Thurday night at home against Detroit. CAL-culatlng: Ripken h-js played in 2,027 straight games. He neerls 104 more to break Gehrig's mark. CAL-lbrating: Ripk'jn's longest hitting streak in his career was 17 games, accomplished three times. Texas League By The Associated Press First Half Eastern Division W L Pet. GB ArtMisas (Cards) 24 13 .649 — S'.reveport (Giants) 24 14 .632 14 Jackson (Astros) 14 22 .389 9V4 Tulsa (Rangers) 14 23 .378 10 Western Division S.Antonio (Dodgers) 23 17 .575 — El Paso (Brewers) 19 21 .475 4 Midland (Angels) 19 21 .475 4 Wichita (Royals) 17 23 .425 6 Wednesday's Games Shreveport 3, San Antonio 2,13 innings Wichita 3, Jackson 2 Tulsa 5, El Paso 4 Arkansas 4, Midland 1 Thursday's Games No games scheduled Wranglers WICHITA 3, JACKSON 2 Jackson 020 000 000 - 2 7 1 Wichita 000 102 OOx - 3 8 3 WP - Fyhrie (3-2. LP - White (2-3). 2B Bridges (J); Murphy (W). HR - Sisco (W). A 1,417. College scores By The Associated Press TOURNAMENTS Atlantic Coast Conference Clemson 10, Maryland 0 Florida St. 6, Viginia 0 North Carolina 4, Wake Forest 1 Big East Conference First Round Providence 5, Vlllanova 0 Colonial Athletic Association First Round N.C.-Wilmlngton 6, William & Mary 1 George Mason 11, Old Dominion 6 Richmond 10, East Carolina 3 Metro Conference First Round N.C. Charlotte 9, Va. Commonwealth 0 S. Mississippi 9, Tulane 3 South Florida 6, Louisville 1 Wilson Sun Belt Conference First Round Lamar4, Arkansas St. 3 South Alabama 6, New Orleans 2 Jacksonville 4, Ark.- Ultle Rock 2 NAIA Great Plains Region Luc-bock Christian 2, Ottawa, Kan. 1 Junior college ALL-JAYHAWK CONFERENCE EASTERN DIVISION First Team C - Adam Virant, so., Fort Scott. 1B - Scott Douma, so., Cowley County. 2B - Junior Spivey, fr., Cowley County; Ivan Sanabrta. so., Independence. SS - Cam Guthrie, so., Allen County; Justin McConlco, fr., Kansas City Kansas. 3B - Luis Garcia, fr., Fort Scott. DH Aaron Simpson, so., Independence. OF - u- Frank Gappa, so., Fort Scott; Clark Jones, so., Allen County; Pat Loving, fr., Cowley County; Tyler Wlndholz, so., Kansas City Kansas; Andy Devltt, fr., Neosho County. P - Jarrett Enrtght, so., Cowley County; Mike Simmons, so., Johnson County; Shane Hicks, so., Kansas City Kansas; Pat Driscoll, so., Neosho County. Honorable Mention Allen County - Brad Shorter; Scott Leon. Colteyvllle - Mike Kralik. Cowley County Curtis Church; Jeremy Griffin; Chris Brown; Derek Miller. Fort Scott - Joel Gonzales; Gabriel Arroyo; Matt Brewer. Independence Frankle Garcia; Angel Martinez. Johnson County - Adam Hoist; Matt Porter. Ksmas CKy Kansas - Tom Patton; Jason Botos; Brandon Spless. Neosho County - Matt Muller; Jeremy Bonczynskl. WESTERN DIVISION First Team C - Scotl Sandusky, fr., Seward County. IB Pat Martin, so., Butler County. 2B - Gary Martin, so., Barton County. SS - u-Scott Harrell, so., Hulchlnson. 3B - Aaron Christensen, so., Hutchinson. DH - John Arnold, so., Seward County. OF - u-Tyler Bain, so., Seward County; Richard DeLaRosa, so., Barton County; David Aguilera, so., Butler County. P - u-Corey Brittan, so., Hutchinson; Eric Smith, so., Butler County; Mickey Maestas, so., Garden City; Ryan NatiVidad, so., Seward County. Honorable Mention Barton County - Bryan Robinson; J.B. Slaton; Brian Soarcello. Butler County - Jarrett Welch; Anthony Brown. Dodge City - Ryan Haskeii. Garden CHy - Paul Levins; Matt Clark. Hutchinson - Adam Hust; Oscar Contreras; Chris Hesse; Matt Podjenski. Pratt - David Henry; Brad Hobbs. Sewerd County - Jeff Redmon; Bobby Barbee. High school REGIONAL PAIRINGS CLASS 5A Friday's Games At Dean Evsns Stadium Salina South (12-6) vs. Highland Park (4-9), 3 p.m. (Game will resume with Highland Park leading South 2-1 in the top of the fifth.) Topeka Seaman (12-5) vs. Salina Central (316), 4 p.m. Regional championship, 6 p.m. CLASS 3-2-1A REGIONAL Monday Rssults Sylvan 4, Falrfield 1 Lincoln 5, Ell-Saline 3 Saturday's Games At Dean Evsns Stadium Southeast of Saline (10-6) vs. Lincoln, 1 p.m. Sacred Heart (14-4) vs. Sylvan, 3 p.m. Regional championship, 5 p.m. CLASS 4A REGIONAL AT ULYSSES First round - Scott City 9, Ulysses 5; Lamed 7, Hugolon 6. Championship - Lamed 8, Scott City 0. Golf Seniors money PONTE VEDRA, Fla. (AP) - Leading money winners on the Senior PGA Tour through the NFL Golf Classic, which ended May 14: Tm Money 1. Ray Floyd 10 $667,167 2. Jim Colbert 11 $531,498 3. Bob Murphy 10 $422,367 4. Dave Stockton 11 $387,060 5. George Archer 11 $332,648 6. Lee Trevino 10 $309,997 7. J.C. Snead 10 $286,569 8. Bob Charles 9 $278,630 9. Jim Albus 11 $271,618 10. Jim Dent 11 $246,265 11. Tom Wargo 12 $245,384 12. Jack Nlcklaus 4 $238,500 13. Larry Gilbert 11 $237,128 14. Rocky Thompson 12 $221,216 15. Isao Aoki 6 $206,548 16. Larry Ziegler 11 $174,128 17. Dave Eichelberger 11 $173,107 18. Graham Marsh 7 $167,773 19. Jay Sigel 10 $165,751 20. Dale Douglass 10 $165,294 Tennis German Open BERLIN (AP) — Results Wednesday of the $806,000 German Open women's tennis tournament: Singles Second Round Arantza Sanchez Vicario (1), Spain, del, Nathalie Tauziat, France, 6-2,6-3. Gabriela Sabatini (4), Argentina, del. Angelica Galvadon, Mexico, 6-4,6-0. Kimlko Date (6), Japan, del. Silke Meier, Germany, 6-0,8-4. Natalia Zvereva (7), Belarus, del. Sandra Waechtershaueser, Germany, 6-0,6-3. Mary Joe Fernandez (8), Key Biscay™, Fla., del. Barbara Rittner, Germany, 6-2,6-2. Irina Splriea, Romania, def. Amanda Coetzer (10), South Africa, 7-5,6-4. Julie Halard (12), France, def. Radka Zrubakova, Slovakia, 7-5,6-1. Nicole Bradtke, Australia, def. Ines Gor- rochategui (14), Argentina, 4-6,6-2,6-4. Sablne Hack, Germany, def. Martina Hingis (16), Switzerland, 6-3,1-6,6-3. Petra Begeraw, Germany/del. Jana Kandarr, Germany, 4-6,6-1,7-5. Andrea Temesvari, Hungary, del. Meilen Tu, Northridge, Calif., 6-3,7-6 (7-4). NCAA men ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Results Wednesday In the NCAA men's Division I Individual tennis champshlps at the Dan Magilf Tennis Complex In Athens. Big Eight Result* Singles First Round Enrique Abaroa, Kansas, del. Eric Talno, UCLA, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. Marc Bauer, Colorado, del. Maxay Jlmlnez, South Carolina, 6-0,6-7 (7-4), 6-2. NCAA women MALIBU, Calif. (AP) - Results Wednesday from the NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships played at Pepperdlne University: Big Eight Results Singles First Round Dina Birch, San Diego, del. Karlna Kureglan, Kansas St., 7-5, 7-6 (7-1). Wendy Crabtree, Notre Dame, del. Nora Koves, Kansas, 4-6,7-5,7-5. Hockey NHL playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CDT CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS (Best-of-7) Sunday, May 14 Dallas 4, Detroit f Quebec 4, N.Y. 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, SI Louis 5, OT, Vancouver leads series 3-2 Chicago 4, Toronto 2 Calgary 5, San Jose 0, Calgary Isads series 32 Tuesday, May 16 N.Y. Rangers 4, Quebec 2, N.Y. Rangers win series 4-2 Pittsburgh 7, Washington 1, series tied 3-3 Wednesday, May 17 Toronto 5, Chicago 4, OT, series tied 3-3 Calgary at San Jose, (n) St. Louis at Vancouver, (n) Thursday, May 18 Washington at Pittsburgh. 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 19 .Toronto at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Vancouver at St. Louis, 7:30 p.m., if necessary San Jose at Calgary, 8:30 p.m., if necessary IHL playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CDT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Eastern Conference Friday, May 12 Kansas City 4, Kalamazoo 3, OT Sunday, May 14 Kansas City 5, Kalamazoo 3 Wednesday, May 17 Kansas City 4, Kalamazoo 2, Kansas City leads series 3-0 Friday, May 19 Kalamazoo at Kansas City, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 20 Kalamazoo at Kansas City, 7:30 p.m., If necessary Tuesday, May 23 Kansas City at Kalamazoo, 7 p.m., If necessary Wednesday, May 24 Kansas City at Kalamazoo, 7 p.m., If necessary Western Conference Friday, May 12 Denver 11, Milwaukee 4 Saturday, May 13 Denver 5, Milwaukee 1, Denver leads series 2-0 Thursday, May 18 Denver at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 20 Denver at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 21 Denver at Milwaukee, 5 p.m., It necessary Tuesday, May 23 Milwaukee at Denver, 9 p.m., If necessary Wednesday, May 24 Milwaukee at Denver, 9 p.m., if necessary Softball High school CLASS 3-2-1A REGIONAL Tuesday's Gsme Lincoln 12, Sylvan 1 Today's Games At Bethany College, Llnosborg Sacred Heart vs. Lincoln, 4:45 p.m. Southeast of Saline vs. Ell-Saline, 4:45 p.m. Regional championship following completion of semifinal contests. Auto racing Winston Cup DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Upcoming 1995 NASCAR Winston Cup stock car racing schedule, with winners ot previous events In parentheses, and driver point standings (x-non- points race): 1995 Winston Cup Schedule, Winners x-Busch Clash, Daytona Beach, Fla. (Dale Earnhardt). Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Fla. (Sterling Martin). Goodwrench 500, Rocklngham, N.C. (Jeff Gordon). Ponllac Excitement 400, Richmond, Va. (Terry Labonte). Purolator 500, Atlanta. (Jeff Gordon). Transouth Financial 400, Darlington, S.C. (Sterling Martin). Food City 500, Bristol, Tenn. (Jeff Gordon). First Union 400, North Wilkesboro, N.C. (Dale Earnhardt). Hanes 500, Martinsville, Va. (Rusty Wallace). Winston Select 500, Talladega, Ala. (Mark Martin). Save Mart Supermarkets 300, Sonoma, Calif. (Dale Earnhardt). May 20 — x-The Winston Select, Charlotte, N.C. May 28 — Coca-Cola 600, Charlotte, N.C. June 4 — Dover Downs International Speedway, Dover, Del. Driver Standings 1. Dale Earnhardt, 1,494. 2. Mark Martin, 1,485. 3. Jeff Gordon, 1,479. 4. Sterling Martin, 1,398. 5. Ted Musgrave, 1,338. 6. Rusty Wallace, 1,291. 7. Dale Jarrett, 1,233. 8. Bobby Hamilton, 1,222. 9. Terry Labonte, 1,204. 10. Morgan Shepherd, 1,177. 11. Bobby Labonte, 1,176. 12. Michael Waltrtp, 1,143. 13. Ricky Rudd, 1,137. 14. Ken Schrader, 1,119. (tie). Bill Elliott, 1,119. 16. Darrell WaJtrip, 1,115. 17. Steve Grissom, 1,088. 18. Derrlke Cope, 1,086. 19. Geoff Bodine, 1,051. 20. Brett Bodine, 1,043. Cycling Tour off Italy TORTORETO LIDO, Italy (AP) - Top finishers Wednesday of the fifth stage of the Tour of Italy cycling race — 112.8 miles from Porto Recanati to Tortoreto Lido: t. Filippo Casagrande, Italy, Bresdalat, 4 hours, 39 minutes, 2 seconds. 24.303 mph. 2. Rolf Sorensen, Denmark. Maglifido MG, same time. 3. Erik Breukink, Netherlands, ONCE, same time. 4. Mario Chlesa, Italy, Carrera Jeans-Tassonl, 4 seconds behind. 5. Luca Getfi, Italy, Bresdalat, 31 seconds behind. 6. Jan Svorada, Slovakia, Lampre-Panaria, 1:06 minutes behind. 7. Stelano Zanatta, Italy, Aki-Biplemme, same time. 8. Stefano Glraldl, Italy, Coramiche Refln, same time. 9. Jose Luis Arrieta, Spain, Banesto, same time. 10. Mario Mantovan, Italy, Carrera Jeans-Tas- sonl, same time. 11. Mario Clpolllnl, Italy, Mercatone Uno-Sae- co, 3:49 minutes behind. Others 33. Pascal Richard, Switzerland. Maglifido MG, 3:49 minutes behind. 39. Tony Rominger, Switzerland, Mapei-GB, same time. 44. Eugenl Berzin, Russia, Gewlss-Ballan, same time. 48. Georg Totschnlg, Austria, Team Poll!, same time. 75. Patrick Jonker, Australia, ONCE, same time. 94. Omar Pumar, Brazil, Bresclalat, same time. 126. Andrew Hampsten, Boulder, Colo., Banesto, 5:18 minutes behind. 138. Daisuke Imanaka, Japan, Team Polti, same time. 168. Stephen Hodge, Australia, Festina-Lolus, same time. Overall Standings (After five stages) 1. Rominger, 19 hours, 50 minutes, 39 seconds. 2. Maurizlo Fondriest, Italy, Lampre-Panaria, 51 seconds behind. 3. Casagrande, 1:07 minutes behind. 4. Berzin, 1:15 minutes behind. 5. Plotre Ugrumov, Latvia, Gewlss-Ballan, 1:28 minutes behind. 6. Davlde Rebellln, Italy, Maglifido MG, 1:45 minutes behind. 7. Pavel Tonkov, Russia, Lampre-Panaria, 1:45 minutes behind. 8. Masslmiliano Lelll, Italy, Mecatone Uno- Saeco, 1:49 minutes behind. 9. Wladimlr Belli, Italy, Lampra-Panarla, 2:07 minutes behind. 10. Enrico Zaina, Italy, Carrera Jeans-Tas- sonl, 2:10 minutes behind. Others 12. Francois Simon, France, Castorama, 2:12 minutes behind. 17. Jonker, 2:37 minutes behind. 18. Sorensen, 2:38 minutes behind, 26. Totschnig, 2:55 minutes behind. 29. Breukink, 3:01 minutes behind. 46. Pumar, 4:16 minutes behind. 87. Hampsten, 18:21 minutes behind. 155. Hodge, 33:03 minutes behind. 184. Imanaka, 47:10 minutes behind. Etc. Transactions By The Associated Press AUTO RACING INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS ASSOCIATION—Announced the resignation of Harold J. Kelley Jr., president and chief operating officer. Named George Silvermann president BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Placed Jose Canseco, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 15. Recalled Tim VanEgmond, pitcher, from Pawtucket of the International League. NEW YORK YANKEES-^Agreed to terms wtth Pat Kelfy, second baseman, on a one-year contract. National League FLORIDA MARLINS—Signed Theron Truitt and Kumandac Miller, outfielders, to minor- league contracts and assigned them to the Marlins' mini-camp. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Assigned Pablo Cordero, Infielder; Brian Wallace, shortstop; Mark Gulseth, first baseman; and Derek Reid, outfielder, to Burlington of the Midwest League. Sent Notorris Bray and Rey Carujo, outfielders, from Burlington to extended spring training. Promoted Todd Wilson, infjelder, from Burlington to San Jose of the California League. Released Brian Zaletel, outfielder. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association BOSTON CELTICS—Fired Chris Ford, coach. USA BASKETBALL ,USA BASKETBALL—Named Renee Brown, Kansas women's assistant coach, and Nell Fortner, Louisiana Tech women's assistant coach, assistant coaches for the 1995-96 Women's National Team. HOCKEY National Hockey League BOSTON BRUINS—Fired Brian Sutter, coach. State college RMAC ALL-SPORTS STANDINGS Adams State (Colo.) 51%, Fort Hays State 51 <A, Western State (Colo.) 49'A, Mesa Stale (Colo.) 38'A, Nebraska-Kearney 37 V4, Chadron State (Neb.) 3114, New Mexico Highlands 31, Colorado School ol Mines 26, Fort Lewis (Colo.) Letters of intent BETHANY Sports-Football; baseball. Athlete-Mike Anderson. High school - Conroa (Texas). Position - Football: Offensive line. Ststs-Two-year starter. O-State takes on strange role of underdog By The Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY — State is in unfamiliar territory heading into the Big Eight baseball tournament. The Cowboys, winners of 14 straight titles, are underdogs. Gary Ward's team has lost six out of nine and 13 out of 23 leading up to Thursday's first-round tournament game against Kansas State. The Cowboys (39-16 overall, 18-10 Big Eight) are seeded No. 2. Defending national champion Oklahoma, which won four of five from the Cowboys this season, is the No. 1 seed. "I'd say we're not the favorite here. We're a very decided underdog," Ward said Wednesday. "We have lost the season series to Oklahoma University several times, which has given people the feeling that they might well be favored coming in," he said. "But I don't know that we have lost as many games around the season series, and that's shown a profound weakness in eyes of most pie." Oklahoma State won 29 of its first 32, then went 6-4. That stretch was followed by two straight losses to Wichita State, then the five-game series with Oklahoma. "Outside of Wichita State and Ok- AT OKLAHOMA CITY TODAY'S GAMES 11 a.m. - Iowa State vs. Nebraska. 3 p.m. - Oklahoma State vs. Kansas State. 7:30 p.m. - Oklahoma vs. Kansas. FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE 11 a.m. - Oklahoma-Kansas loser vs. Oklahoma State-Kansas State loser. 3 p.m. - Oklahoma-Kansas winner vs. Iowa State-Nebraska loser. 7:30 p.m. - Oklahoma State-Kansas State winner vs. Iowa State-Nebraska winner. lahoma, I haven't been dissatisfied with the general play of the ballclub," Ward said. "But you lose six out of seven to those people, and it's bigger than life." He noted that Wichita State and Oklahoma are good enough to contend for the national championship. "And if that's the case, let's not have a pity party," Ward said. "Let's get better and bring our level up to their level." Oklahoma (38-12, 217) begins tournament play Thursday night against sixth-seeded Kansas (22-31, 9-17). Sooner coach Larry Cochell has always downplayed the importance of winning a conference tournament, and hasn't changed his outlook now that his team is seeded No. 1. "Sure we would like to win it, but to say you have to win it?" he said. "We would like to finish first in the regular season, which we did. We would like to finish first in the Big Eight tournament. We would like to finish first in the tournaments we go to. But that's not something that we point to. We start pointing to the regionals." That worked last year. Oklahoma lost to the Cowboys in the Big Eight championship game, but wound up as a No. 1 seed in the regional and went on to the national title. Kansas coach Dave Bingham said there isn't a great deal of difference among the six teams at the tournament. That could mean a wide-open weekend, although he can't help pointing to Oklahoma State. "I've always got to consider Oklahoma State the favorite in Oklahoma City," he said. Iowa State coach Bobby Randall had a similar feeling. "They seem to have a magic spell over this thing," he said. "Nobody knows exactly what it is, other than they're good and then when they come in here they really play well and play tough baseball." The tournament begins Thursday morning with No. 3 seed Iowa State (25-22, 13-12) playing Nebraska (34-21, 13-14). 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The move is retroactive to May 15. The Red Sox recalled right-handed pitcher Tim VanEgmond from Triple A Pawtucket to take Canseco's spot on the roster. Boxing • At Atlantic City, Evander Holyfield, who retired briefly from boxing after being diagnosed with a heart ailment, says he's healthy, ,' in shape and confident heading into his first fight in more than a year. Holyfield (30-2, 22 knockouts) faces Ray Mercer in a 10-round tuneup Saturday. He said Wednesday his sights are set on joining Muhammad Ali as a three- time heavyweight champion. Cycling • At Tortoreto Lido, Italy, Filippo Casagrande, the youngest cyclist in the race, on Wednesday won the fifth stage of the Tour of Italy. Casagrande outsprinted such experienced opponents as Rolf Sorensen of Denmark and Dutchman Erik Breukink. The 21-year-old Italian scored his first victory as a pro, overtaking Sorensen 20 yards from the finish line in a four-way sprint in this resort along the Adriatic coast. Tony Rominger of Switzerland retained the overall lead. Hockey • At Boston, Brian Sutter was fired Wesnes- day after three seasons as coach of the Boston Bruins, including two in which the team was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs. No successor was named. The announcement came less than three hours after the Boston Celtics fired coach Chris Ford. The Bruins were beaten 4-1 in their playoff series against New Jersey, losing three games by shutouts. Tennis • At Rome, Goran Ivanisevic, Thomas Muster and Sergi Bruguera won matches today in the Italian Open. Ivanisevic, the No. 3 seed, rolled by unseeded Vince Spadea 6-4, 6-3. Muster, No. 7, had slightly more difficulty in overcoming Jan Siemerink of the Netherlands. Muster won 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 to bring his winning streak on clay to 24 matches. Bruguera, No. 8, also was taken to three sets by Jacco Eltingh, winning 6-2, 4-6, 6-4. • At Rome, Andre Agassi's comments to a courtside spectator is going to cost him $2,500. The world's top ranked tennis player was fined Wednesday for the exchange following Agassi's quarterfinal loss to Sergi Bruguera in last week's German Open at Hamburg. ATP Tour spokesman Nicola Arazi said Agassi was penalized for "unsportsmanlike conduct" for the remarks directed at a spectator who complained about the quality of the match. Leaving the court, Agassi cursed the man and said, "Are you going to get a knife and chase me now?" Agassi was referring to the April 1993 stabbing of women's star Monica Seles on the same court. • At Berlin, Arantxa Sanchez Vicario called in some outside help, then routed France's Nathalie Tauziat 6-2, 6-3 Wednesday to reach the third round of the German Open. The Spaniard, playing her first match since she regained the No. 1 ranking Monday, flew in her mother, Marisa, and her dog, Roland Garros, from Barcelona for some extra comfort and luck. 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