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CB SUNDAY, APRIL 8. 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL Televigjon Today's schedule SUNDAY, APRIL 8 AUTO RACING 11:30 a.m. — NASCAR, Winston Cup, Virginia 500, FOX, cable 4. 1 p.m. — IRL, Grand Prix ol Miami, ABC, cable 10. 3 p.m.- — CART, Grand Prix ol Long Beach, ABC, oaSle 10. 3:30'|im. — NHRA, SummitRacing.com Nationals, ESPN, cable 38. 5 p.51.'— Dayton Indy Lights Series, ESPN2, cable 39: 7 p.m.'— NHRA, SummitRacing.com Nationals, ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL Noon — Major Leagues, Atlanta at Florida, WTBS, cable 25. 12:30 p.m. — Major Leagues, Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia, WGN, cable 7. 1 p.m. — Major Leagues, Minnesota at Kansas City, KMBC, cable 9. 7 p.m. — Major Leagues, San Francisco at Los Angeles, ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 11:30 «.m. — NBA, New York at Miami, NBC, cable 3. 2 p.m.— NBA, Portland at Sacramento, NBC, cable 3. . ^ 4:30 p.m. — NBA, Los Angeles at Minnesota, NBC, cable 3. BOXING 6 p.m. — Robbie Pedan vs. Hector Velasquez, FSRM, cable 55. FOOTBALL 3 p.m. — XFL, New York-New Jersey at Birmingham, TNN, cable 34. GOLF 3 p.m. — PGA, The Masters, CBS, cable 12, 13. HOCKEY 2 p.m. — NHL, Philadelphia at Bullalo, ESPN2, cable 39. Basketball NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB y-Phila"delp>ia 53 23 .697 — x-Miami . 45 30 .600 7'A x-NewYbrk 45 30 .600 7'/4 x-Orlando 41 35 .539 12 Bosion 35 42 .455 WA New Jersey 26 61 .338 27V4 Washington 18 58 .237 35 Central Division W L Pet. GB x-Milwaukee 48 28 .632 — x-ToronIo 43 33 .566 5 x-Charlolle 42 35 .545 S'A Indiana 35 40 .467 12% Detroit 29 47 .382 19 Cleveland 26 50 .342 22 Atlanta 23 63 .303 25 Chicago 12 63 .160 35 'A WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pel. GB x-San Antonio 53 22 .707 — x-Ulah 60 26 .658 3 'A X -Dailas 49 27 .645 4% Minnesota 45 30 .600 8 Houston 42 35 .545 12 Denver 37 40 .481 17 Vancouver 22 55 .286 32 Pacific Division W L Pel. GB x-Sacramenlo 51 24 .680 — x-LA Lakers 51 25 .662 1 x-portland 48 28 .632 3 'A Phoenix 47 29 .618 4'^ Sealtle 41 36 .532 11 LA Clippers 28 48 .368 23 'A Golden State 17 58 .227 34 x-ciiriched piayoll spot y-clinched division . . Friday's results Philadelphia 96, Cleveland 88 LA Lakers 100, Boston 96 Toronto 108, Orlando 100 Miami 81, Charlotte 76 Indiana 100, Chicago 93 Minnesota 101, Phoenix 88 Sacramento 118, Vancouver 90 LA Clippers 113, Milwaukee 110 (ol) Portland 122, Golden State 91 Saturday's results • Boston-102, Washington 100 'Phoenix 102, Cleveland 98 Detroit.97, Charlotte 92 Utah 116, Dallas 103 Houston 110, Atlanta 97 Denver 98, Vancouver 97 San Anionio at LA Clippers, (n) Sunday's games New York at Miami, 11:30 a.m. Indiana at New Jersey, Noon Chicago at Toronto, 2 p.m. Portland at Sacramento, 2 p.m. LA Lakers at Minnesota, 4:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Sealtle. 6 p.m. San Anionio at Golden Stale, 8 p.m. NBA summaries JAZZ 116, MAVS 103 UTAH (116) Malone 9-21 13-17 31, Marshall 9-12 2-2 21, Polynlce 1-2 0-0 2, Russell 4-10 7-12 18, Stock- tort 6-12 2-2 16, Vaughn 1-2 0-0 2, Ostertag 1-4 0-b 2, Startis 6-12 2-2 16, Manning 3-3 3-4 9. Totals 40-76 29-39 116. DALLAS (103) Howard 7-13 10-10 24, Nowitzki 7-16 7-7 22, Booth 3-3 3-4 9, Finley 5-10 3-3 14, Nash 3-7 4-4 12, Bradley 1-11-2 3, Eisley 3-6 2-2 9, Maxwell 36 0-0 8, Najera 1-10-02. Totals 33-63 30-32 103. Utah 17 31 36 32—116 Dallas 21 21 30 31—103 3-Poinl Goals—Utah 7-10 (Russell 3-4, Starks 2-4, Stockton 1-1, Marshall 1-1), Dallas 7-18 (Nash 2-3, Maxwell 2-3, Eisley 1-2, Finley 1-5, Nowitzki 1-5). Fouled out—None. Rebounds— Utah 45 (Malone 11), Dallas 35 (Nowitzki 9). As- sisls-Utah 26 (Stockton 13), Dallas 23 (Nash 11). Total louis—Utah 28, Dallas 31. Techni­ cals—Polynice, Howard. Flagrant louis—Polyn­ ice, NowilzkL A—18,187 (18,187). CELTICS 102, WIZARDS 100 BOSTON (102) Walker 10-24 6-828, Pierce 7-12 1-6 15, Blount 0-1 0-0 0, Paiacio 7-10 0-0 14, Slith 3-8 3-6 10, Polapenko 1 -5 0-0 2, Herren 3-6 0-0 9, E.Wiiliams 7-9 5-7 20, Battle 2-3 0-0 4, McCarty 0-1 0-0 0. Tolals40-79 15-27 102 WASHINGTON (100) Alexander 8-19 4-5 21, Laettner 5-10 1-2 11, White 3-3 6-1312, R.Hamiilon 14-25 9-9 38, Prol- il 2-6 4-4 8, Mic.Smilh 2-4 0-0 4, P.Jones 1-2 2-2 4, Vanlerpool 1-6 0-0 2. Totals 36-75 26-35 100. Boston 27 29 23 2^102 Washington 31 25 26 18—100 3-Poinl Goals—Boston 7-24 (Herren 3-6, Walker 2-8, E.Williams 1-3, Slith 1-5, McCarty 0-1, Paiacio 0-1), Washington 2-9 (R.Hamiilon 1-3, Alexander 1-4, Laettner 0-1, Vanlerpool 0-1). Fouled oul—None. Rebounds—Boston 43 (Walker .13), Washington 56 (Laettner 9). As- sisls—Boston 23 (Walker 7), Washington 16 (Prolit 8). Total louis—Boston 23, Washington 20, Technicals—Walker, Mic.Smith. A—18,046 (20,674). PISTONS 97, HORNETS 92 DETROIT (97) J.Smith 4-17 3-3 11, Williamson 7-13 0-3 14, B.Waliace 2-4 5-8 9, Atkins 8-15 6-6 25, Slack- house 11 -30 7-7 30, Buechier 2-4 0-0 4, Moore 1 3 0-0 2, Cleaves 0-1 0-0 0, Barros 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 36-88 21-27 97. CHARLOHE (92) Mashbum 7-23 2-3 18, P.Brown 2-6 1-1 5, Campbell 7-11 6-6 20, Davis 8-13 2-3 20, Wesley 3-11 2-2 8, Magloire 1-3 0-4 2, Robinson 3-5 2-2 8, Coleman 2-7 5-6 9, James 1 -3 0-0 2, Thorpe 01 0-0 0, Recasner 0-3 0-2 0. Totals 34-86 20-29 92, Detroit 20 26 25 26—97 Charlotte 18 19 26 29—92 ! 3-P.oinl Goals—Delroit 4-10 (Atkins 3-5, Stackhouse 1-5), Charlotte 4-8 (Mashbum 2-2, Davis 23, Wesley 0-1, Recasner 0-1, Campbell 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Detroit 61 (B.Wallace 24), Chariotle 58 (P.Brown 13). As­ sists—Delroil 19 (Slackhouse 6), Chariotte 24 (Wesley 7). Total louis—Detroit 17, Chariotte 24. Technicals—Oelrojl Illegal Delense, J.Smith, Mashbum. A—16,655 (19,925). SUNS 102, CAVS 98 PHOENIX (102) Robinson 7-13 3-4 19, Marion 10-22 5-6 25, Tsakaiidis 0-1 2-2 2, Kidd 6-22 4-6 17, Eiie 0-6 22 2, Gugliotta 1-2 0-1 2, Delk 4-8 2-3 10, Dei Negro 3^ 0-0 6, Rogers 6-8 2-3 17, Santiago 1-2 00 2, Totals 38-90 20-27 102. CLEVELAND (98) Harpnng 6-16 7-8 20, Weatherspoon 6-10 8-8 20, Mihm 4-7 2-2 10, Miller 4-14 8-10 16, Person 2-4 0-0 4, Coles 2-4 0-0 4, Ungdon 3-6 4-4 10, Traylor 0-1 1-2 1, Murray 6-10 0-0 13. Totals 3372 30-34 98. Phoenix 19 27 33 23—102 Cleveland 28 26 18 26— 98 3-Point Goals—Phoenix 6-12 (Rogers 3-4, Robinson 2'-3, Kidd 1-3, Eiie 0-2), Cleveland 2-8 (Murray 1-2, Harpnng 1-4, Miller 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Phoenix 49 (Marion 10), Cleveland 53 (Weatherspoon 9). Assists— Phoenix 21 (Kidd 9), Cleveland 22 (Miller 8). Total (ouls—Phoenix 24, Cleveland 25. Techni­ cals—Phoenix coach Skiles, Robinson. A— 18,910 (20,662). ROCKETS 110, HAWKS 97 ATLANTA (97) Henderson 7-12 0-214, Johnson 0-3 0^) 0, Mohammed 5-9 5-5 15, Teny 9-21 4-5 23, Knight 27 0-0 4, Wright 6-13 2-3 14, Glover 7-12 2-2 17, Maloney 3-5 0-0 6, Mottola 1-6 2-2 4. Totals 4088 15-19 97. HOUSTON (110) Anderson 2-7 0-0 5, Tliomas 4-12 6-7 14, Ola- juwon 12-17 2-5 26, Francis 9-21 6-8 28, Mobley 7-15 7-7 21, Cato 2-4 0-0 4, Norris 1-7 0-0 2, Langhi 1-3 0-0 2, Buliard 3-9 0-0 8. Totals 41-95 21-27 110. Atlanta 23 29 24 21— 97 Houston 33 21 26 30—110 3-Point Goals—Atlanta 2-12 (Glover 1-2, Terry 1-7, Johnson 0-1, Maloney 0-2), Houston 7-20 (Francis 4-8, Buliard 2-6, Anderson 1-3, Norris 01, Mobley 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Atlanta 45 (Mohammed 8), Houston 67 (Thomas 13). Assists-Atlanta 20 (Knight 7), Houston 29 (Norris 8). Total touts-Atlanta 19, Houston 13. Technicals—Henderson, Francis. A—12,213 (16,285). NBA leaders How to E-mall us: Harold Bechard sjiibechard @ saljpurnal.com Erik Bonar. sjebonar@saljournal.com Bob Davidson ........s|bdavidson@saljournal.com Arne Green s]argreen@sal|ournal.com . Larry Moritz sjimoritz ©fialjournal.com Ctiristlan D Orr sjcorr® salJournal.com Troy Paienske sjtpalenske @ saljournai.oom Scoring G FG FT PTS AVG iverson. Phi. 67 720 557 2090 31.2 Slackhouse, Del. 73 707 607 2172 29.8 Bryant, LAL 64 664 449 1837 28.7 O'Neal, UL 69 755 452 1962 28.4 Carter, Tor. 69 708 358 1919 27.8 Webber, Sac. 63 720 304 1746 27.7 McGrady, Ori. 71 725 401 1904 26.8 Pierce, Bos. 76 636 521 1930 25.4 Jamison, GS 75 726 326 1836 24.5 Martjury, NJ 67 563 362 1598 23,9 Matone, Utah 74 617 490 1726 23.3 Walker, Bos, 75 644 230 1718 22.9 Payton, Sea. 74 668 261 1690 228 Garnelt, Min. 75 669 336 1690 22.5 Robinson, Mil. 71 647 241 1587 22.4 Nowitzki, Dai. 75 551 412 1659 221 Duncan, 5A 75 636 377 1655 22.1 Allen, Mil. 76 575 328 1661 21.9 Finley, Dal. 75 649 219 1590 21.2 McOyess, Den. 70 577 304 1458 20.8 FG Percentage FG FGA PCT O'Neal, LAL 755 1317 .573 Weils, Por. 387 726 .533 Camby, NY 290 550 .527 Szczerbiak, Min, 428 847 .505 Wallace, Por. 554 1098 .505 Miles, LAC, 295 586 .503 Stockton, Utah 298 598 .498 Matone, Utah 617 1240 .498 Duncan, SA 636 1284 .495 McDyess, Den. 577 1165 .495 Rebounds G OFF DEF TOTAVG Mutombo, Phi. 70 289 668 957 13.7 B. Wallace, Del. 73 273 651 924 12.7 O'Neal, LAL 69 277 596 873 12.7 Duncan, SA 75 238 684 922 12.3 McDyess, Den. 70 240 605 845 12.1 Gamett, Min. 75 206 661 867 11.6 Marion, Pho. 72 189 581 770 10.7 Brand, Chi. 67 266 423 689 10,3 Davis, Tor. 72 250 468 718 10.0 O'Neal, Ind. 74 231 493 724 9.8 Assists Q AST AVG Kidd, Pho. 70 688 9.8 Stockton, Utah 75 664 8.9 Van Exel, Den. 71 600 8.5 Bibby, Van. 76 618 8.1 Jackson, NY 76 617 8.1 Payton, Sea. 74 596 8.1 Miller, Cle. 75 593 7.9 Brandon, Min. 71 538 7.6 Mariiury, NJ 67 506 7.6 Cassell, Mil. 71 535 7.5 Coach of the year BOYS 1978 —Keith Riley, Hill City 1979 — Bob Mannebach, Saiina Sacred Heart 1980 — Randy Wetzel, Ell-Saline 1981 — Denny Wahlgren, Saiina Central 1982 —Bill Engslrom, Lindsborg 1983 — Denny Wahlgren, Saiina Central 1984 —Keith Riley, Hiii City 1985 — Jerry Livingston, Golden Plains 1986 — Doug Reusink, Northern Valley 1987 —Btyce Heinz, Wheatland 1988 — Scott Stein, Abilene 1989 — Ron Davis, Ellsworth 1990 — Mike Hanson, McPherson 1991 — Doug Reusink, Northern Valley 1992 —ScoltSlein, Abilene 1993 —Darrell Keiiey, Beloit 1994 —Mike Henson, McPherson 1995 —Darrel KnoiL Hiiisboro 1996 —Jude Steckiein, Sylvan 1997 —Steve Wedel, Abilene 1998 —Keith Riley, Hiii City 1999 — Kim Lohse, Hanover 2000 — Joe Hertel, TMP-Marian 2001 — Larry O'Connor, Brewstor GiRLS 1978 — Vem Laubhan, Saiina South 1979 — Marvin Johnson, Lindsborg 1980 —Joe Ortiz, Lincoln 1981 — John Hollman, McPherson 1982 — Mike Ronen, Natoma 1983 —Kevin Jlika, Norton 1984 — Grace Welch, Canton-Galva 1985 — Dick Switzer, Concordia 1986 —Terry Maddux, Ellsworth 1987 — Mike Weatherman, Sylvan 1988 — Becky Cartson, Hiiisboro 1989 — Mike Wealherman, Sylvan 1990 — Jim Campion, Southeast of Saline 1991 — JellYoxali, Kensington 1992 — Robert Young, St. John's Beloit 1993 — Mike Weatherman, Sylvan 1994 —Bill Lowry, Northern Valley 1995 —Becky Carlson, Hiiisboro 1996 — Ken McClanahan, Ciilton-Clyde 1997 — Scolt Schf.etor,'McPherson 1998 — Scott Schaeler, McPherson 1999 — Nick Linn, Smith Center 2000 — Darrel Woitors, Osborne 2001 — Brian Johnston, Grinneii High school boys HEART OF AMERICA SPORTS JAMBOREE WHITE 103, RED 100 RED Graber (Saiina South) 7 3-5 19, Kueker (Concordia) 2 0-0 5, Bright (Macksviiie) 3 2-4 9, Rice (While City) 4 0-0 9, Cook (Solomon) 0 0-0 0, Brown (Mankato) 3 0-0 6, Waggoner (Beloit) 2 00 4, Germann (Ciilton-Clyde) 6 0-0 16, Keilnor (Hays) 3 0-0 8, Kasper (Sylvan) 3 3-4 10, Tietjens (Waconda East) 3 2-4 8, Siemsen (Quivira Heights) 4 1-4 9. Totals 40 11-21 103. WHITE Campion (Saiina Central) 3 2-3 9, Bartz (Concordia) 5 0-0 12, Hammersmith (White City) 2 1-2 5, Johnson (Solomon) 0 0-0 0, Borgmann (St. John's Beloil) 5 0-0 14, Sliles (Cialiin) 6 3-5 15, Woiters (St. Francis) 3 4-4 10, Trautlelter (SE Saline) 2 0-0 4, Miller (Golden Plains) 2 2-2 6, Buehler (North Central) 5 0-1 13, Cheney (Sylvan) 1 0-0 2, Heiier (Chapman) 5 0-0 10. Totals 39 12-17 100. Red 57 46 - 103 White 52 48 - 100 3-point goals - R 12 (Graber 2, Kueker 1, Bright 1, Rice 1, Germann 4, Keitner 2, Kasper 1), W10 (Campion 1, Bartz 2, Bergmann 4, Buehler 3). Total louis - R 19, W13. Fouled out - None. Technical fouls - None. High school girls HEART OF AMERICA SPORTS JAMBOREE WHITE 93, RED 82 RED Tischhauser (Saiina Central) 8 3-3 19, Adam (Tipton) 8 4-6 20, Mollhagen (Quivira Heights) 5 0-0 11, Dechant (Saiina South) 4 0-0 10, Turley (Trego) 1 3-4 5, Giiielt (Mankato) 2 0-1 4, Kepka (Wilson) 0 0-0 0, Kanak (Ellsworth) 2 3-4 7, Schlesener (Hope) 2 0-0 4, Messersmith (Southeast ol Saline) 1 0-2 2. Totals 33 13-20 82. WHITE Williams (Clay Center) 5 1 -211, Dohl (Sylvan) 8 4-9 20, Erb (Otis-Bison) 2 4-6 8, Dighlon (Macksviiie) 4 1-2 10, Sloggett (Sylvan) 3 0-0 6, Aspegren (Pike Valley) 2 0-0 4, Richmeler (Scott City) 3 0-0 6, Thompson (Scolt City) 2 7-9 11, Weese (Sacred Heart) 3 3-4 9, Whaiey (Chapman) 3 0-0 8. Totals 35 20-32 93. Red 43 39 - 82 White 40 53 - 93 3-poinl goals - R 3 (Dechant 2, Mollhagen 1), W 3 (Whaiey 2, Dighton 1). Turnovers - R 21, W 21. Total fouls - R 23, W 14. Fouled out - None. Technical fouls - None. Baseball Today's schedule SUNDAY, APRIL 8 BASEBALL Minnesota at Kansas City, 1 ;05 p.m. SORBALL Jayhawk Challenge at Burke Park, 9 a.m. Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Half Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Tulsa (Rangers) 3 0 1.000 — Wichita (Royals) 2 1 .667 1 Arkansas (Angels) 1 3 .250 Shreveport (Giants) 0 3 .000 3 Western Division W L Pet. GB San Antonto (Mariners) 3 0 1 .000 — Round Rock (Astros) 2 1 .667 1 Midland (Athletics) 1 1 .500 VA Ei Paso (D'backs) . 0 3 .000 3 Friday's results Wichita 7, Arkansas 5,12 innings Round Rock 9, Midland 6 Tulsa 9, Shreveport 2 San Antonto 6, El Paso 4 Saturday's results Wichita 3, Arkansas 1 San Antonio 10, Ei Paso 6 Round Rock 6, Midland 5 Tulsa 9, Shreveport 1 Sunday's games Wichita at Arkansas, 2 p.m. Midland at Round Rock Tulsa at Shreveport El Paso at San Antonto Wranglers linescore Friday's game WICHITA 7, ARKANSAS 5 Wichita 000 300 020 002 - 7 14 0 Arkansas 000 212 000 000 - 5 13 0 WP — Viiiano (1 -3). LP — Suarez (0 -1). 2B — W: Calderon 3; A: Quinlan 2, Molt. 38 — A: Amezaga. Big 12 linescores NEBRASKA 10, TEXAS 8 Texas 040 001 012 0 — 8 13 3 Nebraska - 211 010 201 2 — 10 IS 2 Simpson, Jordan (6), Frizzeii (9) and Anderson, Hubele; Komine, Ott (8) and Morris, Rivera. WP-Ott (2-0). LP—Frizzeii (3-2). NEBRASKA S, TEXAS 4 Texas 000 103 000 — 4 9 0 Nebraska 000 000 140 — 5 10 0 Montos, Jordan (8), McGough (8) and Anderson; Ridrigue, Hale (6), Conte (8), Ott (9). WP— Conle (1 -1). LP—Monies (6-3). S-Ott (4). TEXAS TECH 12, iOWA STATE 2 Iowa State 100 100 0 — 2 6 0 Texas Teeh 000 203 7 — 12 15 0 Bomer, Peterson (7), Bell (7) and Wickham; Roberson and Arnerich. WP—Bomer (3-4). LP— Roberson (7-3). HR—TT: Alvarez, Arnerich, Smith. TEXAS TECH 9, iOWA STATE 3 Iowa State 000 200 100 — 3 8 1 Texas Tech 031 041 000 — 9 12 0 ' Mincks, Twedt (5) and Wickham; Phillips and Arnerich. WP—Phillips (9-2). LP—Mincks (2-2). HR—IS: Conway; TT: Rainey, Landry. OKLAHOIiAA 13, MISSOURI 9 Oklahoma 301 413 010 — 13 17 1 Missouri 304 002 000 — 9 12 1 Mix, Coose (3) and Roberts (7); Kiter, Dale (4) and Bauer (9). WP-Coose (4-2). LP-Kiler (13). S—Roberts (3). KANSAS STATE 13 OKLAHOMA STATE 8 Kansas State 006 401 101 — 13 14 1 Oklahoma State 300 013 100 - 8 13 1 Meicher, Lundwall (6), Day (7) and Cavender, Scelto; Baker, Miller (3), Oakes (4), Heal (7), Row (9) and Oakes, Bouris. WP—Meicher (1-2). LP- Baker (6-2). S—Day (3). HR-KS: Weishaar 2; OS; Scott. TEXAS A&M 5, KANSAS 2 Kansas 000 002 000 - 2 5 0 Texas A&M 210 000 200 - 5 10 2 Wilcher, Thompson (8) and DeiChiaro; Moore, Ponder (6), Ramsey (6), Russ (9) and Meyer. WP—Moore (5-0). LP-Wilcher (1-6). S-Russ (5). HR-A&M: Alexander, Sepulveda. MVC linescores WiCHiTA STATE 25, BRADLEY 8 Wichita State 150 420 (13) — 25 17 2 Bradley 112 103 0 — 8 10 11 Keiter, Kertis (6), Banick (7) and Owen; Baker, Sam Hamel (4), Stockweli (7), Paiar (7) and Corey. WP — Keller (5-3). LP — Baker (2-2). 2B — WS: Waiter, Hawkins 2, Erstad, Sorenson 2, Smarsh, HR — WS: Evans; B; Ohiand, Gecan, Hensel. WiCHiTA STATE 17, BRADLEY 7 Wichita State 053 033 3 — 17 17 0 Bradley 111 110 2 - 7 8 4 Tetuan, Hottovy (6) and Becker; Hensel, Gilbertson (6) and Fuenle. WP — Tetuan (3-2). LP - Hensel. 2B — WS: Wrighl, Erstad, Sorensen, Smarsh; B: Jager, Edgecombe. 3B — WS: Becker. HR — WS: Wright; B: Jager, Gecan, Sullivan, Moretock. State college KANSAS WESLEYAN 14, STERLING 4 Sterling 020 002 - 4 4 3 Kansas Wesleyan 230 009 - 14 14 1 Riner, Hauck (4), McCoy (6), Henderson (6) and Thompson; Carniey and Schattenberg. WP — Camiey (5-3). LP — Riner (5-4). 2B — KW: Bethge. 3B — KW: Loschke, HR — S: Craco; KW: Mendoza, Bethge, Schallenberg, Lohmeyer. KANSAS WESLEYAN 11, STERLING 3 Sterling 003 000 0 - 3 11 4 Kansas Wesleyan 300 530 x - 11 10 1 Back, Henderson (5), McCoy (5) and Thompson; Mendoza, Kmet (4) and Bethge. WP — Kmet (3 -1). LP — Back (4-3). 2B — S: Craco, Conway; KW: Bethge. HR — S: Cariin, Lytle. FORT HAYS STATE 18, REGIS 3 Fort Hays State 030 722 4 - 18 20 1 Regis 001 110 0 - 3 11 1 Floyd, Well (6), EyIar (7) and Garcia, Goodaia; Carney, Warren (6) and Wasingor. WP — Floyd (7-1). LP — Carney (7 -1). 2B - FH: Yoachim, Pedrique; R: McCoy, Wasinger, Esgro. 3B — R: Goodman. HR —FH: Hurtado2 FORT HAYS STATE 11, REGIS 6 Fort Hays State 100 033 4 - 11 17 1 Regis 300 100 2 - 6 10 0 Curran, Eyiar (7) and Garcia; Engeis, Kelly (5), McGraw (6), Tenney (7) and Wasinger. WP — Curran (6 -1). LP — McGraw (2-2). 2B — FH: Patty 2, Sanlangelo 2, Qreher, Giislrap, Garcia; R: Burke, Snow, Adams. HR — FH: Patty, Hurtado. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T OL Pts GF GA z-NewJersey 48 19 12 3 111 295 195 x-Phiiadeiphia 42 25 11 3 98 238 206 x-Pitlsburgh 41 28 9 3 94 275 252 NY Rangers 33 43 5 1 72 250 290 NY Islanders 21 61 7 3 52 185 268 Northeast Division W L T OL Pts GF GA y-Ottawa 48 21 9 4 109 274 205 x-Bullalo 46 29 5 1 98 217 182 x-Toronto 37 29 11 5 90 232 207 Boston 36 30 8 8 86 227 249 Montreal 28 40 8 6 70 206 232 Southeast Division W L T OL Pta GF GA y-Washington 40 27 10 4 94 231 210 x-Caroiina 38 31 9 3 88 208 219 Florida 22 38 13 9 66 200 246 Atlanta 23 45 12 2 60 211 289 Tampa Bay 24 46 6 5 59 200 278 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T OL Pta GF GA y-Detrolt 49 20 9 4 111 253 202 x-St. Louis 43 22 12 5 103 249 195 Nashville 34 36 9 3 80 186 200 Chicago 29 40 8 4 70 207 242 Columbus 27 39 9 6 69 186 230 Nortliwest Division W L T OL Pta GF GA z-Coiorado 51 16 10 4 116 266 190 x-Edmonton 38 28 12 3 91 239 220 x-Vancouver 36 27 11 7 90 237 234 Calgary 27 35 15 4 73 195 233 Minnesota 25 38 13 5 68 166 206 Pacific Division W L T OL Pts GF GA y-Dallas 48 24 8 2 106 241 187 x-SanJose 39 27 12 3 93 213 191 x-Los Angeles 37 28 13 3 90 249 226 Phoenix 35 27 17 3 90 214 212 Anaheim 25 40 11 5 66 187 241 Note—Two points lor a win, one point for a tie and overtime loss. x-clinched playoN spot y-ciinched division z-ciinched conterence Friday's results Carolina 3, Atlanta 2 Ottawa 4, NY islanders 3 New Jersey 5, Boston 2 Buffato 2, Washington 1 Minnesota 3, Columbus 2 Toronto 1, Chicago 0 Phoenix 5, Anaheim 2 Saturday's results Dallas 5, San Jose 4 (ot) Delroit 4, Cotorado 3 Philadelphia 4, Pittsburg 3 (ot) Ftorlda 3, NY Rangers 0 Ottawa 5, Toronto 3 Boston 4, NY Islanders 2 New Jersey 2, Montreal 0 SL Louis 1, Nashville 0 Los Angeles at Calgary, (n) Edmonton at Vancouver, (n) Sunday's games Pittsburgh at Carolina, 12:30 p.ni. Colorado at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Bulfaio, 2 p.m. Chicago at Columbus, 2 p.m. Tampa Bay at Washington, 2 p.m. San Jose at Anaheim, 7 p.m. End of regular season NCAA I tournament NCAA i MEN First round At Worcester, Mass. Friday, Marcli 23 Cotorado College 3, St. Lawrence 2, 20T Maine 5, Minnesota 4, OT At Grand Rapids, Mich. Saturday, Marcti 24 Michigan 4, Mercyhurst 3 . Wisconsin 4, Providence 1 Quarterfinals At Worcester, Mass. Saturday, March 24 Boston College 3, Maine 1 North Dakota 4, Colorado College 1 At Grand Rapids, Mich. Sunday, Marcfi 25 Michigan 4, St. Cloud St. 3 Michigan St. 5, Wisconsin 1 THE FROZEN FOUR At Albany, N.Y. Semifinals Tfiursday, April 5 Bosion College 4, Michigan 2 North Dakota 2, Michigan St. 0 Championship Saturday, April 7 Boston College 3, Nortl] Dakota 2, OT Auto racing NASCAR trucks ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 250 1. (2) Scolt Riggs, Dodge, 250 laps, $35,660. 2. (14) Travis Kvapii, Chevrolet, 250, $28,275. 3. (6) Terry Cook, Ford, 250, $18,190. 4. (1) Joe Ruttman, Dodge, 250, $14,500. 5. (12) Randy Tolsma, Chevroiel, 250, $11,250. 6. (22) Mall Crallon, Chevroiel, 250, $9,200. 7. (23) Rick Crawlord, Ford, 250, $8,650. 6. (18) Bryan Rellner, Chevrolet, 250, $8,600. 9. (19) Ricky Hendrick, Chevroiel, 250, $7,550. 10. (13) Nathan Haseleu, Ford, 250, $10,500. 11. (15) Carlos Contreras, Dodge, 249, $8,450. 12. (7) Rick Carelii, Chevrolet, 247, $8,315. 13. (27) Jason While, Ford, 247, $8,265. 14. (30) Ronnie Hornaday, Chevrolet, 224, $7,215. 15. (3) Bobby Hamilton, Dodge, 221, rear end, $9,315. 16. (5) Biiiy Bigiey, Chevrolet, 211, $8,490. 17. (28) Larry Gunselman, Ford, 209, $7,040. 18. (20) Chuck Hossleld, Ford, 20B, $7,990. 19. (17) Dennis Setzer, Chevrolet, 203, S7,940. 20. (8) Jack Sprague, Chevrolet, 200, engine, $8,515. 21. (32) Jason Thom, Chevrolet, 180, too slow, $8,165. 22. (4) Ted Musgrave, Dodge, 174, $6,840. 23. (29) Nathan Buttke, Chevroiel, 156, engine, $6,815, 24. (24) Lance Hooper, Ford, 154, engine, $7,790. 25. (10) Jimmy Hensley, Chevrolet, 164, rear end, $8,140. 26. (33) Coy Gibbs, Chevrolet, 146, engine, $7,715. 27. (21) Unce Norick, Chevrolet, 139, $6,690. 28. (34) Jason Small, Chevroiel, 95, accident, $6,665. 29. (9) Ken Schrader, Chevrolet, 93, accident, $6,615. 30. (36) Michael Dokken, Ford, 92, transmission, $6,590. 31. (31) Jon Wood, Ford, 82, rear end, $6,140. 32. (11) Richard Landreth, Ford, 79, suspension, $6,115. 33. (16) Bobby Doltor, Chevroiol, 64, engine, $6,090, 34. (35) Ricky Sanders, Ford, 55, accident, $6,065, 35. (25) Ryan McGlynn, Chevrolet, 46, steering, $6,040. 36. (26) Morgan Shepherd, Ford, 31, brakes, $6,015. NASCAR lineup VIRGINIA SCO I. (24) Jell Gordon, Chevrolet, 94.087 mph. 2.(2) Rusty Wallace, Ford, 93.994. 3. (99) Jell Burton, Ford, 93.980. 4. (28) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 93.901. 5. (77) Robert Pressley, Ford, 93.896. 6. (12) Jeremy Mayfieid, Ford, 93.803. 7. (25) Jerry Nadeau, Chevrolet, 93.789. 8. (33) Joe Nemechek, Chevroiel, 93.766. 9. (55) Bobby Hamilton, Chevrolet, 93.756. 10. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, 93.715. II. (50) Rick Mast, Chevrolet, 93.701. 12. (66) Todd Bodine, Ford, 93.576. 13. (88) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 93.567. 14. (19) Casey Atwood, Dodge, 93.562. 15, (29) Kevin Han/ick, Chevroiel, 93.616. 16, (20) Tony Stewart, Ponliac, 93.497. 17. (9) Bill Elliott, Dodge, 93.460. 18, (32) Ricky Craven, Ford, 93.419. 19, (31) Mike Skinner, Chevroiel, 93.396. 20.(7) Mike Wallace, Ford, 93.396. 21. (26) Jimmy Spencer, Ford, 93.336. 22. (92) Stacy Compton, Dodge, 93.336. 23. (11) Brett Bodine, Ford, 93.313. 24. (18) Bobby Labonte, Pontiao, 93,299. 25. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 93,281. 26. (10) Johnny Benson, Pontiac, 93,161. 27. (44) Buckshot Jones, Dodge, 93.148. 28. (27) Kenny Wallace, Pontiac, 93.125. 29. (1) Steve Pari<, Chevrolet, 93.020. 30. (96) Andy Houston, Ford, 92.992. 31. (40) Steriing Mariin, Dodge, 92.960. 32. (36) Ken Schrader, Ponliac, 92.960. 33. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 92.956. 34. (93) Dave Blaney, Dodge, 92.628. 35. (15) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet, 92.792, 36. (6) Merit Martin, Ford, 92.642. 37. (21) Elliott Sadler, Ford, provisional. 38. (22) Ward Burton, Dodge, provistonal. 39. (5) Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, provisional. 40. (43) John Andretti, Dodge, provistonal. 41. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, provisional. 42. (4) Kevin Lepage, Chevroiel, provisional. 43. (14) Ron Homaday Jr, Pontiac, provistonal. CART lineup LONG BEACH GRAND PRiX 1. (3) Helto Castroneves, Honda Reynard, 68.556,103.343. 2. (8) Kenny Brack, Ford Lola, 69.097,102.534. 3. (55) Tony Kanaan, Honda Reynard, 69.223, 102.347. 4. (6) Cristiano da Malta, Toyota Lola, 69.312, 102.216. 5. (1) Gil de Ferran, Honda Reynard, 69.344, 102.169. 6. (27) Darlo FranehittI, Honda Reynard, 69.366,102.136. 7. (16) Michel Jourdain Jr., Ford Lola, 69.589, 101.809. 8. (40) Jimmy Vasser, Toyota Reynard, 69.807, 101.491. 9. (39) Michael Andretti, Honda Reynsrd, 69.853,101.424. 10. (11) Christian Flltipaldi; Toyota Lola, 69.999,101.213. 11. (33) Alex Tagllani, Ford Reynard, 70.013, 101.193. 12. (26) Paul Tracy, Honda Reynard, 70.073, 101.106. 13. (7) Max Papis, Ford Lola, 70.093,101.077. 14. (12) Nicolas Minasslan, Toyota Lola, 70.099,101.068. 15. (77) Bryan Herta, Ford Reynard, 70.146, 101.001. 16. (5) Tore Takagi, Toyota Reynard, 70.202, 100.920. 17. (32) Patrick Carpentler, Ford Reynard, 70.272,100.820. 18. (18) Scott Dixon, Toyota Reynard, 70.303, 100.775. 19. (17) Mauricto Gugelmin, Toyota Reynard, 70.670,100.252. 20. (66) Alex Zanardi, Honda Reynard, 70.675, 100.245. 21. (25) Max Wilson, Phoenix Lola, 70.683, 100.233. 22. (20) Roberto Moreno, Toyota Reynard, 70.769,100.112. 23. (52) Shinji Nakano, Honda Reynard, 71.871,98.677. 24. (22) Orioi Sen/la, Ford Lola, 71.919,98.511. 25. (19) Michael Kniriim, Ford Lola, 71.974, 98.436. 26. (51) Adrian Fernandez, Honda Reynard, 72.403, 97.852. 27. (21) Luiz Garcia Jr., Ford Lola, 76.483, 92.632. 28. (4) Bnjno Junqueira, Toyota Lola, 99.916, 70.908. IRL lineup INFiNiTi GRAND PRiX 1. (35) JeH Ward, G Force-Oldsmobile, 201.551 mph. 2. (2) Greg Ray, Dallara-Oidsmobne, 199.893. 3. (91) Buddy Laztor, Dallara-Oidsmobito, 199.432. 4. (21) Felipe Giallone, G Force-Oldsmobiie, 199.211. 5. (4) Sam Homlsh Jr., Dallara-Oldsmobiie, 199.172. 6. (14) Eliseo Saiazar, Dallara-Oldsmobiie, 199.110. 7. (15) Sarah Fisher, Dallara-Oldsmobiie, 198.313. 8. (8) Scott Sharp, Dailara-Oldsmobiie, 197.968. 9. (28) Mark Dismore, Dallara-Oldsmobiie, 197.717. 10. (92) Stan Wattles, Dallara-Oldsmobiie, 197.567. 11. (7) Stephen Gregoire, Daiiara-Oidsmobile, 197.395. 12. (98) Billy Boat, Dallara-Oldsmobiie, 197.011. 13. (99) Davey Hamilton, Daiiara-Oidsmobile, 196.145. 14. (9) Jerel Schroeder, Dallara-Oldsmobiie, 195.413. 15. (12) Buzz Calkins, Daiiara-Oidsmobile, 195.378. 16. (51) Eddie Cheever Jr., Daiiara-lnfiniti, 195.234. 17. (6) Jon Hert), Daiiara-Oldsmobite, 195.094. 18. (27) John Hoilansworth Jr., G Force- Oldsmobile, 194.380. 19. (3) Al Unser Jr., G Force-Oldsmobile, 193.775. 20. (88) Airton Dare , G Force-Oldsmobile, 193.281. 21. (55) Shigeaki Hattori, G Force-Oldsmobile, 192.938. 22. (10) Robby McGehee, Daiiara-Oidsmobile, 192.875. 23. (24) Robbie Buhl, G Force-inliniti, 192.802. 24. (31) Casey Mears, G Force-Oidsmobile, 192.485. 25. (30) Brandon Erwin, G Force-Oldsmobile, 191.462. 26. (32) Didier Andre, G Force-Oidsmobile, 187.878. Sodbali State college FORT HAYS STATE 9, REGIS 8 Regis 100 520 00 - 8 11 4 Fort Hays State 201 050 01 - 9 13 4 Wade, Hayashi (5) and Lee; Sander and Varnum. WP — Sander (7-11). LP — Hayashi. 2B — FH: Meissner, Boiler. FORT HAYS STATE 6, REGIS 3 Regis 000 210 0 - 3 6 1 Fort Hays State 200 004 x - 6 8 2 Erstad, Ballard (6) and Lechuga, Lee; Rolhe- meyer and Varnum. WP — Rothemeyer (10-8). LP — Erstad (6-2). 2B — FH: Vamum. 3B — R: Tippets, Tennis State women COLORADO CHRISTIAN 6 FORT HAYS STATE 3 Singles No. 1 — Fitzgerald, CC, del. Imming, 6-3,6-2; No. 2 — Greene, FH, del. Milton, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3; No. 3 — Musser, CC, del. Brown, 6-2,6-0; No. 4 — Kaiser, FH, deL Sconnichsen, 3-6,7-6 (7-5), 64; No. 5 — Kielian, CC, del. Frank, 6-4,6-3; No. 6 — Brittln, CC, dot. Augustine, 6-7 (7-1), 7-6 (75), 6-2. Doubles No. 1 — Fitzgerald-Musser, CC, del. Imming- Brown, 8-3; No. 2 — Millon-Sconnichsen, CC, del. Groene-Kaiser, 8-5; No. 3 — Frank-Mc- Daniei, FH, del. Kleiian-Brittin, 9-8 (7 -1). MESA STATE 5 FORT HAYS STATE 0 Singles No. 1 — James, M, del. Imming, 6-3,6-3; No. 2 — Brownson, M, del. Groene, 6 -1 ,6-2. Doubles No. 1 — James-Pacini, M, del. Imming-Brown, 8-0; No. 2 — Montoya-Llster, M, del. Kaiser- Groene, 8-2; No. 3 — Brownson-Garrettson, M, del. Frank-McDaniel, 8-0. Track & field state college ALEX FRANCIS RELAYS At Hays MEN Team scores Fort Hays State 246«, Nebraska-Kearney 208, Ctoud County 60 y., Colby 47, Dodge City 43 y4, Cotorado College 23 %, Garden City 23, McPherson 6. Fort Hays State results 100m dash — 1. Moore, 10.75; 6. Hoiecek, 11.28. 110m hurdles — 5. Hoiecek, 15.34; 6. Hansen, 16.42. 400m hurdles — 3. Hansen, 58.60; 4. Hoiecek, 59.89. 400m dash — 1. Wurtz, 48.81; 4. Brobst, 50.71. 800m run — 3. Moos, 1:56.53.1,500m run — 1. Parker, 4:06.00; 2. Dexter, 4:07.02; 3. Fouls, 4:07.04.5,000m mn — 1. Parker, 16:01.08.10,000m run — 1. Dexter, 33:06.17; 3. NIchol, 34:11.71; 6. Oney, 36:29.20. 400m relay — 2. Fort Hays State, 41.99. 1,600m relay — 2. Fort Hays State, 3:16.64. 3,200m relay — 1. Fort Hays State, 7:58,35. Sprint medley relay — 1. Fort Hays Slate, 3:38.83. Steeplechase — 5. HursI, 10:26.75; 6. Haines, 11:07.58. Hammer throw— 1. Meyer, 151-4; 4. Jones, 142-5; 5. Cooper, 1417. Discus — 2. Jones, 155-3. Long jump — 4. KieNer, 21-3 W. Triple )ump — 2. Stockweli, 433 'A; 4. Ostmeyer, 42-9. Pole vault — 2. Marconnet, 15-0; 3. Rogers, 13-6; 4. Hollman, 13-6; 5. Kielfer, 13-0. Shot put — 1. Manning, 54-9y.; 2. Joy, 47-4; 4. Hogan, 45-9; 5. Zohner, 44-8 'A. Javelin — 1. Kindler, 219-0; 2. Capo, 195-11; 3. Joy, 190-2; 6. Allen, 178-6. High lump — 3. Hoiecek, 6-2. WOMEN Team scores Fort Hays Slate 263, Nebraska-Kearney 165, Cloud County 83, Cotorado College 45, Colby 36, Garden City 28, Dodge City 12. Fort Hays State results 100m dash -1. Kuhn, 12.06; 2. Fehrenbach, 12.21; 3, Butter, 12.33; 5. Hoy, 12.96.100m hurdles — 1. Prewitt, 14.03; 4. Ruggiero, 16.41; 6. Miles, 17.01. 400m dash — 1. Grace, 59.69; 3. Funk, 1:00.99. 400m hurdles — 3. Ruggiero, 1:09.40; 5. Wollram, 1:11.13. 800m run — 1. Hunoovsky, 2:18.60; 3. Sullivan, 2:26.56; 6. Rail, 2:30.26. 1,S00m ran — 2, Sullivan, 4:59.25. 5,000m run — 2. Isaacson, 20:42.52; 4. Shirii, 21:48.47.10,000m ran — 1. Taytor, 40:30.50; 3. Heigert, 42:33.02. 400m relay — 1. Fort Hays State, 47.24.800m retay — 1. Fort Hays State, 1:42.85. 1,600m relay — 1. Fort Hays State, 3:59.47. 3,200m relay — 1. Fort Hays State, 10:06.77. Steeptechase — 2. Stein, 12:48.70; 4. Famner, 13:16.70. Sprint medley relay—1. Fort Hays State, 4:21.74. Hammer throw — 4. HIII, 132-2; 5. William, 132-2. Discus — 5. William, 123-10. Long Jump - 1. Prowltl, lO-S'A; 4. Teeter, 17-5'A. Triple jump — 2. Shields, 35-8; 6. Teeter, 34- W. Pole vault—2. Ruggtero, 9-0; 3. Lewis, 8-6. Shot put—2. Hill, 45-4; 6. William, 39-9». Javelin — 1. Griffin, 135-S; 3. Parks, 132-2; 5. Miles, 126-3. High jump — 2. Robinson, 5-4; 5. Eck, 4-8; 6. Albers, 4-8. FRIENDS INVITATIONAL At Wichita Kansas Wesleyan results MEN 40Om relay — 2.42.4 (Rnch, Morton, Tubbs, Peugh); 40Dm dash — 1. Peugh, 48.74; 5. Tubbs, 50.44; 8. McCoroiIck, 52.41; 100m dash — 3. Peugh, 10.5; 200m dash — 1. Peugh, 21.41; 1,600m relay — 1. 3:25.91 (Tubbs, Mc- Comiick, Martin, Peugh); Shot put — 2. Morton, 49-3; 3. Wright, 47-5; Discus — 2. Morton, 1495; 6. Wright, 133-8; Long jump — 6. Finch, 299; Tripte |ump — 2, Rnch, 45-5; High jump — 1. Rnch, 6-2; 3. Uggelt, 5-10; Pole vault — 6. Freeman, 12-6; Hammer throw — 3. Morton, 122-10; 4. Wright, 118-2. WOMEN 400m relay — 3. 51:51 (Soldi, Henderson, Daughtry, Tolbert); 400m dash — 3. Daughl^, 1:03.14; 100m dash — 2. Tolbert, 12:.33; 400m hurdles — 6. Soldi, 1:16.4; 200m dash — 1. Tolbert, 26.2; 6. Daughtry, 27.6; Long jump — 1. Henderson, 16-7; Triple jump — 5. Henderson, 32-7; Hammer throw — 6. Caspar, 83-3. Golf PGA scores THE MASTERS Tiger Woods 70-66-68-204 Phil Mickelson 67-69-69—205 Marti Caicavecchia 72-66-68—206 Chris DiMarco 65-69-72—206 Angel Cabrera 66-71-70—207 David Duval 71-66-70-207 Ernie Els 71-68-68—207 Rocco Mediate 72-70-66-208 KirkTripiett 68-70-70—208 LeeJanzen 67-70-72—209 Jose Maria Olazabal 70-68-71—209 Brad Faxon 73-68-68—209 Steve Strieker 66-71-72-209 JimFutyk 69-71-70—210 Bemhard Langer 73-69-68—210 Miguel A. Jimenez 68-72-71—211 Toshilzawa 71-66-74—211 Darren Clarke 72-67-72—211 PaulAzinger 70-71-71—212 Stuart Appleby 72-70-70—212 Jen Maggert 72-70-70—212 Tom Scherrer 71-71-70—212 Vijay Singh 69-71-73—213 Dully Waldort 72-70-71-213 John Huston 67-75-72—214 Tom Lehman 75-68-71—214 JesperPamevik 71-71-72—214 Hal Sutton 74-69-71—214 Marii O'Meara 69-74-72—215 David Toms 72-72-71—215 Mike Weir 74-69-72—215 Padraig Harrington 75-69-72-216 Scott Hoch 74-70-72-216 Steve Jones 74-70-72—216 Justin Leonard 73-71-72—216 Chris Perry 68-74-74—216 Marif Brooks 70-71-77—218 Fred Couples 74-71-73—218 Shingo Kalayama 76-70-73—218 Bob May 71-74-73—218 Loren Roberts 71 -74-73—218 Caries Franco 71-71-77—219 Jonathan Kaye 74-71-74—219 Robert Ailenby 71-74-75—220 Franklin Langham 72-73-75—220 Dudley Hart 74-70-78—222 Steve Lowery 72-72-78—222 SUNDAY'S TEE TIMES 10:05 a.m. — Steve Lowery 10:15 a.m. — Robert Alienby, Dudley Hart 10:25 a.m. — Caries Franco, Franklin Langham 10:35 a,m, — Mari( Brooks, Jonathan Kaye 10:45 a.m. — Fred Couples, Shingo Katayama 10:55 aim. — Bob May, Loren Roberts 11:05a,m. — Justin Leonard,ChrisPerry 11:15 a.m. — Scott Hoch, Steve Jones 11:25 a.m. — Mike Weir, Padraig Harrington 11:35 a.m. — David Toms, Mark O'Meara 11:45 a.m. — Jesper Pamevik, John Huston 11:55 a,m. — Tom Lehman, Hal Sutton 12:05 p.m. — Dully Waldort, Vijay Singh 12:15 p.m. — Stuart Appleby, Paul Azinger 12:25 p,m. — JeH Maggert, Tom Scherrer 12:35 p,m. — Darren Clarite, Toshi Izawa 12:45 p.m. — Jim Furyk, Miguel A. Jimenez 12:55 p.m. — Steve Strieker, Bemhard Langer 1:0S p.m. — Joe Maria Olazabal, Lee Janzen 1:15 p,m. — Kiri< Tripiett, Brad Faxon 1:25 p.m. — Angel Cabrera, Rocco Mediate 1:35 p.m. — Emie Els, David Duval 1:45 p.m, — Mark Caleavecchia, Chris DiMarco 1:55 p.m. — Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson High school boys SOUTHERN CLOUD INVITATIONAL At Glasco CO., par 66 Team scores Bennington 310, Tipton 326, Mankato 341, Downs 355, Waconda East 365, Southern Cloud 366, Riley County 397. Medalists 1. Crist, B, 67; 2. Ahters, B, 71; 3. Gary, D, 78; 4. Krier, T, 78; 5. Hurd, M, 78; 6. Murrow, T, 80; 7. Schlaelli, WE, 80; 8. Thompson, WE, 80; 9. Griel,T,81;10. Caiy, D, 82. NORTON INVITATIONAL At Hill City Team scores Hoxie 158, Smith Center 166, Norton 169, Stockton 172, Oakley 174, Goodland 183, Phillipsburg 186, Quintet 189, Hill City 189, Northem Valley 191, Colby 198 Medalists 1. Hubbard, SC, 37; 2. Sutton, H, 38; 3. Non- dort, H, 38; 4. Gasper, H, 39; 5. Cikanek, S, 40; 6. Ziertein, SC, 40; 7. GoeU, 0,40; 8. Bums, N, 41; 9.Seheriing,G,41;10. Bolt, N, 41. Boxing Fight schedule April 14 At the Theater at Madison Square Garden, New Yori< (HBO), Bernard Hopkins, Philadelphia, vs. Keith Holmes, Washington, 12, tor Hopkins' IBF and Holmes' WBC middleweight titles. April 19 At the New Haven (Conn.) Coliseum, Vemie Torres, Pensacola, Fla., vs. Neddy Garcia, Mis- ston, Texas, 12, lor the vacant WBO Juntor bantamweight intercontinental title; Junior Jones, Brooklyn, N.Y., vs. Manuel Sepeda, Austin, Texas, 10, Juntor lightweights. April 20 At Cincinnati (ESPN2), Bronco McKart, Monroe, Mich., vs. Cartos Bojorqusz, Mexico, 10, junior middlweights. April 21 At Johannesburg, South Africa (HBO), Lennox Lewis, Britain, vs. Hasim Rahman, Baltimore, 12, tor Lewis' WBC-iBF heavyweight titles. April 27 At Caesars Lake Tahoe, Stataiine, Nev. (ES- PN2), Pemeil Whitaker, Nortoik, Va., vs. Cartes Bojorqusz, Mexico, 10, juntor middlewelghts. April 28 At Cardiff (Wales) International Arana (SHO), Joe Calzaghe, Britain, vs. Mario Veil, Gemiany, 12, tor Calzaghe's WBO super middleweight title; Richie Woodali, Britain, vs. Toks Owoh, Britain, 12, tor the vacant WBU super middleweight title. At Manhattan Center, New Yori( (HBO), Andrew Lewis, Guyana, vs. Lany Mariis, Wilmington, Del., 12, tor Lewis' WBA welterweight titte; Julio Diaz, Coachslla, Caiit., vs. Juslo Seencio, New Yorti, 10, tealherweights. May 4 At Uneansville, Conn. (ESPN2), Scott Pemberton. New Bedford, Mass., vs. Thomas Tate, Houston, 12 for Pemberton's NABF super middleweight title. Mays At Don Raskins Center, El Paso, Texas (HBO), Fernando Vargas, vs. Wilfredo Rivera, 10, junter mlddleweighls; Juan Lazeano, El Paso, Texas, vs. John-John Molina, Puerto Rico, 12, for Lazcano's NABF lightweight tllte. .At Philadelphia, Mississippi (SHO), Joel Casamayor, Cuba, vs. Edwin Santana, Lawrence, Mass., 12, for Casamayor's WBA super featherweight title; Acalino Freitas, Brazil, vs. Laszto Bognar, Hungary, 12, tor Freitas' WBO ju­ nter lightweight title; Jose Luis Castllte, Mexteo, vs. Juan Lazeano, Sacramento, Calif., 12, for Castillo's WBC lightweight title. May 11 At Savannah, Ga. (ESPN2), Tertonn Miilett, SI Louis, vs. Cartos Gonzalez, Mexico, 10, welterweights. May 12 At Madison Square Garden, New York (TVKO), William Joppy, Silver Spring, Md., vs. Felix Trinidad, Puerto Rico, 12, tor Jopp/s WBA middleweight titte. May 26 At Grand Rapids, Mich. (HBO), Floyd Mayweather, Grand Rapids, Mteh., vs. Caries Hernandez, El Salvador, for Mayweather's WBC super feathenvelght title. SPORTS DIGEST Greene looks to lower record By The Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas — Maurice Greene got his outdoor season off to a fast start Saturda;^, anchoring the HSI team's winning invitational 400-meter relay team in the Texas Relays. Greene and Jon Drummond, Bernard Wilson and Curtis Johnson finished in 37.88 seconds, the fastest time in the world this year and 0.48 seconds off the world mark of 37.40 set by the U.S. Olympic team in 1992. "I predicted 37.5 but I was clowning around at the end of the race. But it was a good showing," said Greene, who teamed with Drummond and Wilson on the U.S. Olympic gold-medal team in Sydney WARD WINS POLE AT HOMESTEAD — Jeff Ward slowed to a stop on pit road, pounded on the steering wheel twice, then tried jumping out of his car before crew members could get him completely unhooked from the seat. Ward was that eager to celebrate. Ward, a seven-time motocross champion who is winless in 34 Indy Racing League starts, won the pole for Sunday's Infiniti Grand Prix at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The only driver to break the 200-mph.mark, he qualified at 201.551 Saturday Greg Ray the 1999 IRL champion who had won seven of the previous 10 IRL poles, also will start on the front row. Ray's top speed was 199.893, followed by Buddy Lazier (199.432) and rookie Felipe Giaffone (199.211). SAINTS RUNNING BACK WILLIAMS CONTACTS TEXAS RANGERS — Ricky Williams has contacted the Texas Rangers about returning to baseball. A representative of the New Orleans' Saints running back made a call to • Rangers general manager Doug Melvin during the last week of spring training to discuss his interest, Rangers spokesman John Blake said Friday Williams has not played baseball since spending 12 games with Batavia of the Class A New York-Penn League in 1998. "It was a very preliminary call and we have not heard anything else," Blake said. "That's where it stands, and until we hear otherwise, we are not taking it very seriously" Saints general manager Randy Mueller said Williams had not mentioned basebaU in talks with the team. "It's all news to us," Mueller said. MCGWIRE WON'T BE BACK IN LINEUP UNTIL MONDAY — Mark McGwire, bothered by soreness in his surgically repaired right knee, won't be back in the St. Louis lineup until the Cardinals play their home opener Monday Manager Tony La Russa had said Friday he expected McGwire to start against Arizona Saturday but he changed his mind on the advice of doctors. McG­ wire won't be in the lineup against Randy Johnson today either, La Russa said, "unless something dramatic happens tonight — if some of this new medicine kicks in, and I don't expect it will." La Russa said McGwire was trying different medication in an attempt to ease the persistent soreness. McGwire is discouraged by the lack of progress in the knee this spring. EASTERN NAZARENE CANCELS BASEBALL SEASON — Eastern Nazarene canceled the rest of its baseball season after eight players were caught drinking, violating the conduct code at the Christian school. The loss of eight of the 17 players on the NCAA Division III team made it impossible for the squad to continue because a ninth player has been injured all spring, the school said. According to the school's Web site, students are expected to abstain from alcohol, drugs, tobacco, pornography extramarital sex, dishonesty and visiting the dorm rooms of the opposite sex except during open houses. The Crusaders were 9-2 when the season was scrapped Thursday They had 17 regular- season games left. BOSTON COLLEGE 3, NORTH DAKOTA 2, OT — The Boston College Eagles finally got it right. And of course, it wasn't easy Krys Kolanos scored at 4:43 of overtime as Boston College beat defending champion North Dakota 3-2 on Saturday night for the Eagles' second NCAA hockey championship and first in 52 years. It was BC's first title in any sport since the Eagles won their first hockey championship in 1949.

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