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C2 Friday, May 19,1995 The Salina Journal Baseball Major league standings By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Boston 14 5 .737 — z-9-1 Won 5 New York 10 8 .556 3Vi 2-4-6 Lost 3 Toronto 9 11 .450 5 'A 3-7 Lost 3 Baltimore 8 11 .4E1 6 4-6 Won 2 Detroit 8 12 .400 B'A 5-5 Lost 2 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Clevaland 12 6 .667 — 7-3 Lost 1 Milwaukee 10 10 .500 3 z-3-7 Lost 5 Kansas City 9 10 .474 3V4 z-4-6 Won 1 Chicago 8 11 .421 4V4 6-4 Won 2 Minnesota 7 14 .333 6% 3-7 Lost 1 West Division W L Put GB L10 Streak California 12 9 .571 — z-6-4 Won 1 Seattle 10 9 .526 1 z-4-6 Lost 1 Texas 11 11 .500 1VS 6-4 Won 4 Oakland 10 11 .476 2 6-43 Lost 2 Home Away 8-2 6-3 5-3 5-5 6-5 3-6 6-6 2-5 1-5 7-7 Home Away 5-1 7-5 5- 3 4- 5 2- 7 1- 6 5- 7 5- 5 6- 4 6- 8 Philadelphia Montreal Atlanta New York Florida Chicago Houston Cincinnati St. Louis Pittsburgh Colorado San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego W 18 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division L Pet GB L10 — z-8-2 3V4 z-6-4 4'/2 z-5-5 6% 5-5 10 2-8 Central Division L Pet GB L10 W 15 5 .750 12 9 .571 11 10 .524 9 12 .429 5 15 .250 7 .632 10 10 .500 9 10 .474 10 12 .455 6 13 .316 — 6-4 2% 4-6 3 z-8-2 3% 4-6 6 z-4-6 West Division W L Pet 13 8 .619 11 11 .500 10 10 .500 10 11 .476 GB L10 — z-6-4 2'/! 3-7 2'/z z-4-6 3 6-4 Streak Won 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Streak Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 2 Streak Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 4 Home Away 5-5 7-4 5-2 5-7 7-7 4-4 4-3 6-8 Home Away 3- 2 12- 3 5-4 7-5 6-7 5-3 5-5 4-7 2-11 3- 4 Home Away 4-4 8-3 2-7 8-3 3-5 6-5 6-6 4-6 1-7 5-6 Home Away 8-3 5-5 7-6 4-5 3-6 7-4 9-6 1-5 z-denotes first game was a win AMERICAN LEAGUE Wtdnssdiy's Garmi Boston 8, Milwaukee 2 Cleveland at New York, ppd, rain Baltimore 7, Detroit 4 Texas 12, Toronto 7 Seattle 4, Kansas City 0 Minnesota 7, California 3 Chicago 6, Oakland 4 Thursday's Gsrmt California 15, Minnesota 9 Boston 4, Cleveland 3 Baltimore 3, Detroit 2 Texas 6, Milwaukee 2 Chicago 4, Oakland 2 Kansas City, 3, Seattle 2,14 Innings Friday's Games Toronto (Cone 2-2) at Detroit (Moore 31), 6:05 p.m. Cleveland (Clark 2-1) at Boston (Smith 00), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Rhodes 1-2) at New York (McDowell 1-1), 6:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Sparks 0-0) at Texas (Oliver 0-0), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Darling 0-1) al Kansas City (Browning 0-1), 7:05 p.m. Seattle (Davis 2-0) at Minnesota (Radke 1-1), 7:05 p.m. California (Langston 2-0) at Chicago (Baldwin 0-1 ),7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Wednesday'! Games San Francisco 2, Chicago 1 Colorado 6, Atlanta 5 Houston 7, New York 2 Cincinnati 6, Montreal 2 Philadelphia 3, Florida 1,13 Innings Pittsburgh 3, Los Angelas 2 San Diego 2, St. Louis 1 Thursdiy's Gums St. Louis 4, San Francisco 2,10 Innings Atlanta 3, Colorado 2 New York 8, Houston 1 Pittsburgh al Los Angeles, (n) Friday's Games New York (Saberhagen 0-1) at Philadelphia (Ouanlhll 3-0), 6:35 p.m. Colorado (Rltz 2-0) at Cincinnati (Schourek 0-2), 6:35 p.m. Florida (Witt 1-2) at Atlanta (Avery 0-1), 6:40 p.m. Montreal (Martinez 3-0) at Houston (Kile t-2), 7:05 p.m. Chicago (Castillo 1-1) at Los Angeles (Candlottl 1-2), 9:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Liober 0-3) at San Diego (Hamilton 0-1), 9:05 p.m. St. Louis (Palacios 1-1) at San Francisco (Wilson 2-1), 9:05 p.m. American League ROYALS 3, MARINERS 2 (14 Innings) SEATTLE KANSAS CITY afarhbl abrhbl Cora2b 6010 Clemanri 6030 Strange 3b 6010 Godwin d 4000 Grtyjrd 4010 Nunlycl 3121 Buhner if 5000 Joyner Ib 3000 EMrtnz dh 5010 Hmelin dh 5100 TMrtnzlb 5221 Gaetti 3b 7131 Kreuterc 5000 Maynec 6020 So]oss 3011 Tuckerlt 6031 ARdrgzss 1000 Howardss 6010 ADiaz H 3 0 0 0 Lind 2b 4010 Btwers ph 1000 Randa 2b 2010 Bragg H 0000 Total! 44272 Totals 523163 Seattle 010 100 000 000 00—2 Kansas City 000 100 100 000 01—3 No outs when winning run scored. Hamelin reached first on catcher's Interference. E—Cora (3), Strange (1), Kreuter (1). DP— Seattle 2, Kansas City 3. LOB—Seattle 3, Kansas City 23.2B—Strange (3), TMartinez (2), Coleman (4), Gaetti (5), Mayne (3), Tucker (3). 3B—Sojo (1). HR—TMartinez (3), Nunnally (2), Gaetti (4). CS—ADiaz (1), Gaetti (1). S—Coleman, Goodwin, Mayne. IP H RER BB SO Seattle Bosio 5 61112 Guetterman 1-32 0 0 0 1 Carmona 32-3 3 1 1 3 1 JNelson 22-3 3 0 0 3 2 Ayala 11-31 0 0 2 1 Converse L,0-3 0 11100 Kinui City Appier 9 52225 Meacham 1 10000 Montgomery 2 10012 Brewer W.1-1 2 00002 Converse pitched to 1 batter in the 14th. WP—Ayala. PB—Kreuter. Umpires—Home, Tschida; First, Cralt; Second, Denkingen Third, Shulock. T—4:36. A—14,793. ANGELS 15, TWINS 9 CALIFORNIA MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl Phillips If 5332 Knblch 2b 2010 Owen 2b 6232 Hale 2b 2110 Edmnsd 5011 AColecl 3011 CDavisdh 4222 JeClrkcl 2121 Salmon rf 4100 Puckett rf 3000 Snowlb 1111 McCrtyri 2001 EPerez 3b 4110 PMunzdh 4222 Mitinez3b 4101 Sthvklb 4010 Allnson c 5346 Rboulet ph 1000 DSrcnass 4110 Crdvall 5121 Merulloc 4110 LeiusSb 5121 Meares ss 3210 Totals 42151615 Totals 40914 7 Ctllfomla 017 020 221—15 Minnesota 001 007 001— 9 E—EPerez (6). DP—California 1. LOB—California 9, Minnesota 8. 2B—Edmonds (2), CDavis (5), EPerez (4), Leius (5), Meares (2). HR—Phillips (4), Owen (1), Allanson 2 (3), PMunoz 2 (4), Cordova (6). SB—Owen (2). CS—Knoblauch (2). SF—CDavis. IP H RER BB SO California BoskieW,2-0 51-3 8 5 5 1 0 MtWilliams 0 12210 Edenlield 1-31 1 000 Percival 21-3 1 0 0 0 5 BPatterson 1 31101 Minnesota MahomesL,0-3 21-3 5 7 7 3 1 Schullstrom 2 53320 Guardado 21-3 3 2 2 1 2 Sanlord 21-3 3 3 3 1 3 MtWilliams pitched to 2 batters in the 6th. HBP—by Boskie (Knoblauch), by Boskie (PMunoz), by Mahomes (Snow). WP— MtWilliams. Edenfield, Sanlord. PB—Allanson. Umpires—Home, Merrill; First, Hendry; Second, Mehwethen Third, Coble. T—3:46. A—15,203. • Andy Allanson, who had hit |ust one homer since 1991, homered twice and drove in six runs as California routed Minnesota. Allanson went 4-for-5 after coming in with an .048 average. He had been just t-for-21 this season — a home run against Detroit on on opening day — but had an RBI single in the first, a two-run single in the third, a solo homer in the fifth and a two-run homer in the eighth. WHITE SOX 4, ATHLETICS 2 OAKLAND CHICAGO sbrhbl abrhbl RHdsn dh 3010 Uhnsn d 4000 Gates 2b 4000 Raines If 4000 Benoall 3111 Thmas 1b 3000 McGwrtb 4111 Sabodh 5000 Sierra rf 4000 Vntura 3b 4220 Stnbctic 4010 Dvrauxrt 4232 Tmbrtncf 3000 Dmm2b 3021 Brosius ss 1000 LVIIre c 4010 Paqtte 3b 2000 Guillen ss 4021 Javier 3b 1010 Cruz ss 2010 AkJretecf 1000 Tot* 32262 ToUle 35 4104 Oakland 000 000 101—2 ChkaflO 000 200 20x—4 E—Gates (3), McGwire (3), Cruz (1). DP— Chicago 1. LOB—Oakland 5, Chicago 12.2B— Steinbach (8), Ventura (6). HR—Berroa (B), McGwire (9), Devereaux (2). SB—Guillen (I). CS—Guillen (1). SF—Durham. IP H RER BB SO Oakland Stewart L.2-3 7 94436 Reyes 1 10010 Chicago AFemandezW.2-2 8 4 1 1 2 10 RHemandezS.S 1 21101 WP—AFemandez. Umpires—Home, Kaiser; First, Cousins; Second, Welke; Third, Brlnkman. T—2:49. A—15,819. • Alsx Fernandez and Roberto Hernandez combined on a six-hitter to lead Chicago over Oakland. Fernandez (2-2) struck out a season- high 10 and retired the first 11 batters he faced before Issuing a walk. His no-hit bid ended in the sixth when Fautso Cruz blooped a single to right. Fernandez gave up four hits in eight innings before Hernandez pitched the ninth for his fifth save. Mike Devereaux hit a two-run homer in the seventh for Chicago. RED SOX 4, INDIANS 3 CLEVELAND BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl Lotion cf 4010 Tinsley of 1110 Vizquel ss 3110 Whiten if 3000 Baerga 2b 4132 JnVlntn ss 4010 Belle If 4000 MVghn 1b 3210 Murray 1b 3001 Mdrinac 4111 Rmrez rf 4010 Gmwll If 3021 Wntleld dh 4010 Jtlrson dh 3000 Thome 3b 4120 Hsiman dh 1000 Pena c 3010 Nhring 3b 3031 Kirby ph 1000 O'Lery rf 4010 Alicea 2b 3000 Totals 343103 Totals 324103 Cleveland 000 002 100-3 Boston 200 001 01x—4 E—Thome (2), DeMartinez (1), Alicea (2). DP—Boston 1. LOB—Cleveland 7, Boston 7. 28—Lofton (4), MVaughn (2), Naehring (4), O'Leary (3). 3B—Baerga (1). HH—Madartane (6). SB—MVaughn (6). CS—Lolton (3), Naehring (1). SF—Murray. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland DeMartinez 7 73125 Poole 1,1-2 1-321101 Plunk 2-31 0000 Boston Eshelman 6 72214 Pierce 1-31 1 100 Lilliquisl 0 20010 Belinda W.2-0 22-3 0 0 0 0 2 Lilliquisl pitched to 3 batters in the 7th. HBP—by DeMartinez (Naehring). Umpires—Home, Reed; First, Hlrschbeck; Second, Evans; Third, McCoy. T—2:55. A—24,285. • Mike Macfariane homered for the fourth time in five games to break an eighth-Inning tie and give the Boston Red Sox their fifth consecutive win. Stan Belinda (2-0) pitched 2 2-3 perfect Innings, getting Albert Belle to hit into an inning- ending, bases-loaded double play in the seventh and then retiring the next six batters. RANGERS 6, BREWERS 2 MILWAUKEE TEXAS abrhbl abrhbl Vina 2b 4010 Nixon d 4110 Hulse rf 4 0 0 0 Frye 2b 4020 Hmltoncf 4000 WCIark tb 4110 SelBer3b 4110 Tttletondh 3020 Oliver c 4130 Palmer 3b 3120 GVghndh 4001 IRdrgzc 4010 Jaha Ib 2000 McLmr If 3110 May If 2011 Voigt rf 3121 TWard II 0000 Greer rf 1114 JsVlnln ss 2 0 0 0 Gil ss 4000 Totali 30 2 6 2 Totals 33 613 5 Milwaukee 010 100 000—2 Texat 100 000 14x—fi DP—Milwaukee 2. Texas 1. LOB—Milwaukee 4, Texas 6. 2B—Seitzer (7), Oliver (9). HR—Voigt (1), Greer (2). CS—Vina (1), McLemore (3). S—JsValentin, Tettleton. IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee Miranda 6 11 2 2 0 4 Uoyd L.0-3 11-31 2 2 1 1 Kiefer 2-312211 Texas PavlikW.3-1 8 52222 Russell 1 10002 Miranda pitched to 1 batter in the 7lh. WP—Miranda. Umpires—Home, Clark; First, Bamett; Second, Kosc; Third, Morrison. T—2:44. A—22.776. • Pinch-hitter Rusty Greer hit his liist career grand slam with two outs In the bottom ol the eighth to give the Texas Rangers a victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. Will Clark lead off the eighth with a single otf Graeme Uoyd (0-2) and went to second on Mickey Tension's sacrifice. Dean Palmer was intentionally walked, and reliever Mark Kieler walked Mark McLemore to load the bases. DETROIT Curtis d Fllcher2b Whlker ph Trmmll ss Hggnsn If Samuel If Fielder tb KGbsn dh Frymn3b Butistarf CGmez ss Flherty c Slubbs ph ORIOLES 3, TIGERS 2 BALTIMORE abrhbl ByAdsn If Bassrf Plmiro 1b 4111 3000 0000 0000 CRpken ss Hoiles c Nokes c Obando dh Manlo3b 3111 1000 4000 2000 4010 3000 3000 2010 0000 Buford d Alxndr2b abrhbl 3100 3110 4110 4010 4000 0000 4010 3010 2000 3010 SCOREBOARD TODAY'S SCHEDULE FRIDAY, MAY 19 BASEBALL Oakland at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. Class 5A regional at Dean Evans Stadium, 3 p.m. TRACK Salina South, Central at Buhler regional, 4 p.m. Southeast of Saline at St. Marys regional, 3 p.m. Sacred Heart, Ell-Saline at Lincoln regional, 4 p.m. St. John's Military at Abilene regional, 3 p.m. Tingley c 0000 Totals 29 2 4 2 Totals 30 3 6 0 Detroit 101 000 000—2 Baltimore 002 001 OOx—3 E—Fielder (2). DP—Ballimore 2. LOB—Detroit 4, Baltimore 6.2B—Obando (1). HR-Curtis (3), Higginson (4). SB—ByAnderson (3), Bass (1). S—Bulord. IP H, RER BB SO Detroit Wells L.1-3 8 63126 Baltimore Mussina W.3-1 7 42214 Benitez 2-300000 Orosco 1-30001 1 DJonesS.3 1 00011 HBP—by Benitez (Stubbs). WP—Wolls. Balk—Wells. Umpires—Home. Hickox; First, Cederstrom; Second, Joyce; Third, Voltaggio. T—2:52. A—39,489. • Mike Mussina pitched seven innings of four- hit ball and Baltimore scored all its runs off Detroit miscues. Baltimore got two runs on an error by Cecil Fielder and the go-ahead run in the sixth Inning on a balk by David Wells. That was enough offense for Mussina, who improved his lifetime record against the Tigers lo 6-1. Mussina (3-1) allowed two runs, struck out four and walked one in winning his third straight start. Doug Jones got the last three outs for his third save. National League BRAVES 3, ROCKIES 2 COLORADO ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Burks cl 5110 Grssom cf 4000 Welssss 4010 Blauserss 4020 LWIkr rf 4111 CpJnes 3b 4011 Glrrga 1b 4010 McGrff 1b 3000 Bchetta II 3031 Justice rf 4110 Girardi c 4000 Klesko H 3000 Castilla 3b 4020 MKelry H 0000 Mejla2b 3000 JLopezc 3112 EYng 2b 1000 Lemke 2b 3010 Frman p 1000 Glavine p 1010 VndrWI ph 1010 DwSmt ph 1110 MMunz p 0000 McMcl p 1000 SReed p 0000 Whlers p 0000 Lskanic p 0000 Borbon p 0000 Kngeryph 1010 Totals 35 211 2 Totals 31 3 8 3 Colorado 100 000 010—2 Atlanta 000 001 20x—3 E—CpJones (2), McGriB (2). DP—Colorado 1, Atlanta 1. LOB—Colorado 10, Atlanta 5. 2B—Burks (2), Weiss (1), Bichette 2 (8), Blauser (6). HR—LWalker (6), JLopez (4). SB—LWalker (1), Justice (1). S—Freeman. SF—Bichette. IP H RER BB SO Colorado Freeman 6 51106 MMunozL,0-1 1-311101 SReed 11-32 1 1 0 1 Leskanic 1-300010 Atlanta Glavine 6 71114 McMcl W.3-0 11-33 1 1 0 1 Wohlers 11-31 0 0 1 1 Borbon S,2 , 1-300000 WP—McMichael, Wohlers. Balk—Borbon. Umpires—Home, Winters; First, Barren; Second, None; Third, Gregg. T—2:52. A—26,205. • Javier Lopez hit a tie-breaking Iwo-run homer in the seventh to lift the Braves over Colorado. With the score tied 1 -1, David Justice singled off Mike Munoz (0-1) to open the seventh. Ryan Klesko struck out, but Steve Reed relieved and gave up Lopez's fourth homer, a shot that landed In the seats in left-center. Greg McMichael (3-0) yielded an eighth-Inning home run to Larry Walker, his sixth, cutting the lead to 3-2. METS 8, ASTROS 1 NEW YORK HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Butler cl 5220 Moulonrt 4110 JMnzlop 0000 Bigglo2b 4010 Vzcainoss 3110 Bgwell 1b 4010 Bogarss t 0 00 DBellcl 4021 Brognatb 3221 Gnzalezll 3000 Bonilla 3b 4112 Dnneis 3b 3000 Alfonzo 3b 1000 Semis c 4000 Orsulakrf 4100 Miller ss 4000 Kent 2b 4112 Drabek p 1000 Hndleyc 4022 MTmsnph 1000 CrJnes If 3000 Dghrty p 0000 Mlickl p 2000 Mgdan ph 1010 Oiero cf 1010 Hrtgrvs p 0000 Cangelosi ph 1000 Totals 35 8107 Totals 34 1 6 1 New York 400 103 000—8 Houston 100 000 000—1 E—Kent 2 (3). DP—New York 1, Houston 2. LOB—New York 6, Houston 6.2B—Brogna (6), Kent (3), Hundley (5). 3B—Butler (1). HR— Bonilla (5). IP H RER BB SO New York MlickiW,2-0 7 51112 JManzanlllo 2 10012 Houston Drabek L.1-3 4 75553 Dougherty 3 23314 Hartgraves 2 10001 WP-^IManzanillo. Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Hernandez; Second, Vanover; Third, Froemming. T—2:47. A—12,118. • Bobby Bonilla hit his fifth home run and two other Mets had two RBI each as New York beat Doug Drabek for the first time in nearly three years with a victory over the Houston Astros. Rookie Dave Mlicki (2-0) allowed five hits in seven Innings and lowered hisERAto1.40.helping the Mets win the three-game series 2-1. Drabek (1-3) had not lost to the Mets since October 2, 1992, and was 4-0 with a 2.38 ERA in six starts against New York since coming to the Astros in 1993. CARDINALS 4, GIANTS 2 ST. LOUIS SAN FRAN abrhbl abrhbl Giikey II 5121 DLewis d 5000 Oqendo 2b 4010 RbTpsn 2b 5000 Lnkfrd d 4011 Bonds If 4211 Zellelb 4221 MaWlmSb 4031 CooperSb 3000 GHillrf 4000 BJrdn rf 3000 Clayton ss 4010 Shatter c 4001 Phillips 1b 4010 Cramer ss 4010 Mnwm c 3020 Frsctrep 2000 Butlstap 2000 Mabry ph 1000 Dewey p 0000 Parrett p 0000 Ptlrson ph 1000 Fossas p 0000 Burba p 0000 Arocha p 0000 Crreon ph 1000 Coles ph 1 1 0 0 Frey p 0000 Henke p 0000 Mintz p 0000 Totals 35 4 7 4 Totals 37 2 8 2 St. Louis 000 101 000 2—4 San Francisco 101 000 000 0—2 E—Phillips (2), Frey (1). LOB—St. Louis 6, San Francisco 7.2B—Giikey (5), Lankford (12), Cromer (3), Manwaring (2). HR—Zeile (4), Bonds (4). SB—Bonds (5). Clayton (3). CS— GHill (4). S—Oquendo. SF—Lanklord. IP H RER BB SO St. Louis Frascatore 6 52214 Parrett 11-31 0 0 0 1 Fossas 1-300000 Arocha W.3-1 11-32 0 0 0 0 Henke S,7 1 00002 San Francisco Bautista 6 62213 Dewey 1 00001 Burba 2 00011 FreyL,0-1 2-31 2000 Mintz 1-300000 HBP—by Parrett (Manwaring), by Baulista (BJordan). Umpires—Home, Poncino; First, Hirschbeck; Second, Pulli; Third. West. T—2:51. A—9,297. • Bernard Giikey hit an RBI double in the 10th inning and Ray Lankford added a sacrifice (iy, giving St. Louis the victory. Barry Bonds home- red for the second straight game and Matt Williams had three singles for the Giants. Todd Zeile homered for the Cardinals, who broke a three-game losing streak. Pinch-hitter Darnell Colas led otf the 10th with a nubber lhat was booted by pitcher Steve Frey (0-1). Late boxscores Wednesday's National League PADRES 2, CARDINALS 1 ST. LOUIS SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl Giikey II 4010 Roberts d 4020 OSmith ss 4010 JoReed 2b 3010 Cromer ss 0000 TGwyn if 3000 Lnkfrd d 3110 EWIms 1b 3000 Zeile Ib 2011 CminitiSb 3120 BJrdn rf 4000 Nieves If 3112 CooperSb 4010 Flnleyd 0000 Pgnozzi c 4020 Cedeno ss 3000 Oqendo 2b 4010 Asmus c 3010 OnJksn p 2000 Ashby p 0000 Mabry ph 1000 Hrmns p 0000 Deucia p 0000 Ptgne ph 1000 Arocha p 0000 Hitman p 0000 Perry ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 33 1 8 1 Totali 26 2 7 2 St. Louis 100 000 000—1 San Diego 000 020 OOx—2 DP—St. Louis 4, San Diego 1. LOB—St. Louis 8, San Diego 3. 2B—Lanklord (11), Pagnozzi (5), JoReed (3), Ausmus (5). HR—Nieves (3). SB—Lankford 2 (5). Roberts (6), Ashby (1). S—Ashby. IP H RER BB SO St. Louis DnJackson L.0-4 5 62220 DeLucia 2 00000 Arocha 1 10000 San Diego Ashby W.2-2 6 71132 Hermanson 2 10000 HoflmanS,3 1 00000 Umpires—Home, DeMuth; First, Bell; Second, Rapuano; Third, Runge. T—2:20. A—7,418. PIRATES 3, DODGERS 2 PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELS abrhbl abrhbl Brmfld d 4011 DeShld 2b 4000 JBell ss 4100 Offrmn ss 3110 Martin II 2000 Mndsl cf 5130 DCIark rf 4011 Karros tb 4010 Jhnsofi 1b 3000 HRdrgzrf 1011 King 2b 1011 CGwyn rf 2000 Uriano 2b 4000 Wbster rf 1000 Plesacp 0000 AshleyII 4000 Mbell p 0000 Osuna p 0000 Parent c 3020 HansenSb 3010 Encmc 0100 Pye3b 1000 Garcia3b 3000 CaHndzc 4010 White p 1000 Nomo p 3000 Mccrry p 0000 Seanez p 0000 Pegues ph 1010 Daal p 0000 Chrstns p 0000 TWIms p 0000 Merced 1b 0100 IngramII 0000 Totali 30 3 6 3 Totals 35 2 S 1 Pittsburgh 000 000 021—3 Los Angeles 101 000 000—2 E—White (1). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB— Pittsburgh 8, Los Angeles 10. 2B—Pegues (4). SB-Martin (2). S—Garcia. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh White 4 82115 Mccurry 1 00000 Christiansen 2 00011 PlesacW,1-0 11-30 0 0 2 1 MiceliS,3 2-300002 Los Angeles Nomo 7 2 0 0 3 14 Seanez 1-302220 Daal 1-31 0001 TWilllams L.2-1 2-321 1 10 Osuna 2-31 0000 White pitched to 2 batters in the 5th. HBP—by Nomo (Martin). WP—Nomo. Umpires—Home, Danley; First, Kellogg; Second, Gorman; Third, Wendelstedt. T—3:24. A—28,164. Baseball Today By The Associated Press Friday, May 19 Montreal at Houston (8:05 p.m. EOT), Pedro Martinez (3-0), among the NL leaders in ERA (2.03) and strikeouts (22), pitches against Darryl Kile (1-2). STATS Boston's starting rotation has a 10-1 record with a 1.84 ERA. STREAKS Cal Ripken en Wednesday night played his 2000th consecutive game at shortstop since July 1, 1982. In his previous game for the Baltimore Orioles, h» played third. SWINGS Kevin Gross ol the Texas Rangers walked two In 51-3 Innings In a 12-7 vidory over Toronto on Wednesday night. He had walked 18 over 12 23 innings in his previous three starts. SLUGGERS Barry Bonds homered off the upper deck In right field to give the San Francisco Giants a 21 win Wednesday over the Chicago Cubs. The homer ended a 19-inning scoreless streak for San Francisco, as well as a streak of 36 innings without an extra-base hit. SCORING The Astros scored |ust 14 runs In their first seven home games this season, then got seven against the Mets on Wednesday. Big Eight IOWA STATE 14, NEBRASKA 5 Nebraska 010 110 011 — 5 12 2 Iowa State 211 900 01x — 14 15 2 Courier, Bauer (4), Castro (4), Zubor (4), Betancourt (7) and Craln. Seilert, Dunsbergen (6) and Logan. W—Seifert, 3-6. L—Courier, 4-1. Sv—Dunsbergen (1). HRs—None. K-STATE 8, OKLAHOMA STATE 1 Kansas State 004 100 210 — 8 10 0 Oklahoma Stale 000 000 010 — 1 31 Koeman and Bouchard. Nelson, Holding (7), Galko (8), Brown (9) and Folmer. W—Koeman, 6-2. L—Nelson, 10-4. HRs—None. KANSAS 2, OKLAHOMA 1 (12 Innings) Kansas 000 001 000 001—2 10 1 Oklahoma 000 010 000 000—1 8 2 Splittoril, Keens (12) and Meadows. R. Minor, Powell (7), Ortiz (10) and Flores. W—Splittortf, 6-6. L—Ortiz, 3-2. HRs—None. High school REGIONAL PAIRINGS CLASS 5A Today's Games At Dean Evans 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 Monday Results Sylvan 4, Falrlleld 1 Lincoln 5, Ell-Saline 3 Saturday's Games At Dean Evans Stadium Southeast ol Saline (10-6) vs. Lincoln, 1 p.m. Sacred Heart (14-4) vs. Sylvan, 3 p.m. Regional championship, 5 p.m. Basketball NBA playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CDT CONFERENCE SEMIRNALS (Best-of-7) Tuesday, May 16 Orlando 103, Chicago 95 LA. Lakers 98, San Antonio 96, OT, San Antonio leads series 3-2 Houston 103, Phoenix 97, OT Wednesday, May 17 New York 96, Indiana 95, Indiana leads series 3-2 Thursday, May 18 Orlando 108, Chicago 102, Orlando wins series 4-2 Houston 116. Phoenix 103, series lied 3-3 San Antonio at LA. Lakers, (n) Friday, May 19 New York at Indiana, 7 p.m. (TNT) Saturday, May 20 L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, TBA (NBC), il necessary Houston at Phoenix, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, Miy 21 Indiana at New York, TBA (NBC), if necessary NBA summaries ROCKETS 116, SUNS 103 Phoenix (103) Barkley 12-22 8-10 34, Green 2-7 6-6 10, Kleine 5-10 0-0 10, Johnson 5-15 4-8 14, Person 6-100-0 15, Perry 2-4 0-0 4. Tisdale 3-6 1- 1 7, Schayes 0-4 W 0, Majerie 4-11 00 9, Alnge 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 39-90 19-25 103. Houston (116) Chilcutt 4-5 0-0 9, Horry 3-6 4-412, Olajuwon 13-22 4-4 30, Drexler 8-17 4-6 20, Smith 4-6 00 10, Brown 3-5 2-3 8, Elle 4-8 0-0 11, Cassell 6-11 0-016.Totals 45-80 14-17116. Phoenix 30 28 26 19—103 Houston 33 22 32 29—116 3-Polnt goals—Phoenix 6-19 (Person 3-5, Barkley 2-5, Majerie 1 -5, Schayes 0-1, Johnson 0-3), Houston (2-25 (Cassell 4-7, Elie 3-4, Horry 2-2, Smith 2-3, Chilcutt 1-2, Olajuwon 0-1, Drexler 0-6). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Phoenix 49 (Barkley 14), Houston 46 (Olajuwon, Drexler 8). Assists—Phoenix 23 (Johnson 10), Houston 28 (Olajuwon 10). Total fouls— Phoenix 21, Houston 20. Technical—Houston illegal defense. A—16,611 (16,611). MAGIC 108, BULLS 102 Orlando (108) Grant 2-8 2-2 6, Scott 7-15 3-4 21, O'Neal 1121 5-8 27, Anderson 6-13 2-2 18, Hardaway 613 5-5 21, Rollins 0-0 0-0 0, Shaw 1-3 2-2 4, Bowie 4-4 1-1 9, Royal 0-1 0-0 0, Turner 1-1 002. Totals 38-79 20-24 108. Chicago (102) Plppen 8-15 9-12 26, Kukoc 5-10 4-515, Longley 3-8 0-0 6, Armstrong 6-110-014, Jordan 8197-10 24, Harper 4-9 00 8, Kerr 1-20-02, Perdue 2-2 0-0 4, Buechler 0-2 1 -21, Wennlng- ton 1-1 0-0 2, Myers 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-79 2129 102. Orlando 31 32 22 23—108 Chicago 36 25 22 19—102 3-Point goals—Orlando 12-24 (Anderson 4-6, Hardaway 4-8, Scott 4-9, Shaw 0-1), Chicago 514 (Armstrong 2-5, Jordan 1-2, Kukoc 1-3, Pippen 1-3, Harper 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds-Orlando 43 (O'Neal 13), Chicago 51 (Pippen 12). Assists—Orlando 20 (Hardaway 7), Chicago 27 (Jordan 7). Total fouls—Orlando 20, Chicago 21. Technical—Plppen. Flagrant foul—Hardaway. A—24,322 (21,500). Cycling Tour of Italy TARANTO, Italy (AP) — Top finishers Thursday ol the sixth stage ol the Tour of Italy cycling race —102.3 miles from Tranl to Taranto: 1. Nicola Mlnali, Italy, Gewlss-Ballan, 4 hours, 11 minutes, 15 seconds, 24.469 mph. 2. Mario Clpolllni, Italy, Mercatone Uno-Sae- co, same time. 3. Jan Svorada, Slovakia, Lampre-Panaria, same time. 4. Giovanni Lombard), Italy, Team Poltl, same time. 5. Giuseppe Cltterio, Italy, Aki-Glplemme, same time. 6. Massimo Strazzer, Italy, Navlgare-Blue Storm, same time. 7. Giovanni Fldanza, Italy, Team Poltl, same time. 8. Francois Simon, France, Castorama, same lime. 9. Peter Van Petegem, Belgium, same time. 10. Mario Manzoni, Italy, Bresclalat, same time. 11. Johan Caplot, Belgium, Ceramlche Refin, same time. Overall Standings (After six stsgei) 1. Tony Romlnger, Switzerland, Mapei-GB, 24 hours, 1 minute, 54 seconds. 2. Maurizio Fondriest, Italy, Lampre-Panarta, 51 seconds behind. 3. Francesco Casagrande, Italy, Marcatone Unc-Saeco, 1:07 behind. 4. Eugenl Berzln, Russia, Gewlss-Ballan, 1:15 behind. 5. Piotre Ugrumov, Latvia, Gewlss-Ballan, 1:28 behind. 6. Davide Rebellin, Italy, Magllficlo MG, 1:45 behind. 7. Pavel Tonkov, Russia, Lampre-Panaria, 1:45 behind. 8. Masslmlllano Lelll, Italy, Mecatone Unc- Saeco, 1:49 behind. 9. Wladimir Belli, Italy, Lampre-Panaria, 2:07 behind. 10. Enrico Zalna, Italy, Carrara Jeans-Tassoni, 2:10 behind. Track State college NCAA DIVISION II TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS At Emporla Zola Wltten Track, Welch Stadium Thursday, May 25 11 a.m. - Decathlon-man (100, U, SP, HJ, 400). Noon - Heptathlon-women (100 H, HJ, SP, 200). 6 p.m. - Long jump-men (trials/final); Long lump-women (trials/final); High lump-men (final); 200 meters-men (trials). 6:10 p.m. - 200 meters-women (trials). 6:20 p.m. - 400 hurdles- men (trials). 6:30 p.m. - 400 hurdles-women (trials). 6:40 p.m. - 800 meters-men (trials). 6:50 p.m. - 800 meters-women (trials). 7 p.m. 400 meter relay-men (trials). 7:10 p.m. - 400 meter relay-women (trials). 7:20 p.m. - 10,000 meters-men (final). 6:05 p.m. -10,000 meters- women (final). Friday, May 26 10 a.m. - Decathlon-men (110 H, D, PV, J, 1,500). 11 a.m. - Heptathlon-women (LJ, J, 800). 2 p.m. - Discus-men (trials/final). 4:30 p.m. - Triple jump-women (trials/final). 5 p.m. Discus-women (trials-final). 6:30 p.m. - High jump-women (trials/final). 6:40 p.m. - f ,500 meters-men (trials). 6:50 p.m. - 1,500 meters- women (trials). 7 p.m. - 110 hurdles-men (trials). 7:10 p.m. - 110 hurdles-women (trials). 7:20 p.m. - 400 meters-men (trials). 7:30 p.m. - 400 meters-women (trials). 7:40 p.m. - 100 meters-man (trials). 7:50 p.m. - 100 meters- women (trials). 6 p.m. - 3,000 meter steeplechase-men (finals). 8:15 p.m. - 3,000 meters- women (finals). 8:30 p.m. - 1,600 meter relay- men (trials). 8:40 p.m. - 1,600 meter relay- women (trials). Saturday, May 27 2 p.m. - Javelin-men (trials/final). 5 p.m. Javelin-women (trials/final); pole vault-men (tri- als/firial); shot put-men (trials/final). 6 p.m. Triple jump-men (trials-final); 400 meter relay- men (final). 6:10 p.m. - 400 meter relay-women (linal). 6:20 p.m. - 1,500 meters-men (final). 6:30 p.m. - 1,500 meters-women (final). 6:40 p.m. -110 hurdles-men (final). 6:50 p.m. -100 hurdles-women (final). 7 p.m. - Shot put- women (trials/final); 400 meters-men (final). 7:10 p.m. - 400 meters-women (final). 7:20 p.m. -100 meters-men (final). 7:30 p.m. - too meters-women (final). 7:40 p.m. - 800 meters- men (final). 7:50 p.m. - 800 meters-women (final). 8 p.m. - 400 hurdles-man (linal). 8:10 p.m. - 400 hurdles-women (final). 8:20 p.m. - 200 meters-men (final). 8:30 p.m. - 200 meters- women (final). 8:40 p.m. - 5,000 meters-men (final). 9 p.m. - 5,000 meters-women (final). 9:20 p.m. -1,600 meter relay-men (finals). 9:30 p.m. -1,600 meter relay-women (final). 10 p.m. -Team awards and presentations. Golf PGA scores HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) — Scores Thursday after the first round of the $1.2 million PGA Bulck Classic, played on the 6,779-yard, par 3635—71 Westchester Country Club: Doug Martin 34-33—67 Grant Waite 34-34—68 Mike McCullough 35-33—68 Emie Els 33-35—68 Bruce Flelsher 35-33—68 Mike Hulbert 35-33—68 Jim Furyk 33-36—69 Fulton Allem 34-35—69 Larry Rinksr 36-33—69 Clark Burroughs 34-35—69 Marco Dawson 34-35—69 David Duval 36-33—69 Chip Beck 34-35—69 Blaine McCallister 34-35—69 Paul Azinger 35-34—69 Chris Perry 36-33—69 Jim Carter 33-36—69 Mike Reid 35-35—70 Curt Byrum 35-35—70 Vijay Singh 35-35—70 Tom Lehman 34-36—70 Craig Stadler 36-34—70 Don Pooley 35-35—70 Bobby dampen 34-36—70 Omar Uresti 37-33—70 Bart Bryant 36-34—70 Scott Ford 35-35—70 John Wilson 36-34—70 Dennis Paulson 36-34—70 Brian Kamm 33-37—70 Howard Twitty 35-35—70 Ntt Faldo 37-33—70 Jack Rennar 34-36—70 Jerry Haas 36-34—70 Mike Brisky 36-34—70 Brad Bryant 35-36—71 Richard Zokol 38-33—71 Steve Elkington 36-35—71 David Frost Dick Mast Dicky Thompson Charlie Rymer Jeff Leonard Ed Humenlk Fred Funk Roger Maltble Phil Bleckmar Ronnie Black Bill Porter Jeff Woodland Woody Austin Paul Qoydos Steve Strieker Brad Faxon Mike Smith MarkWuitz Kelly Gibson Bobby Wadklns Joe Ozakl Bob Bums Dlllard Pruitt Jim Gallagher Scott Gump Willie Wood Greg Powers Steve Brodie Jay Williamson Tray Tyner 36-35—71 36-35—71 34-37—71 37-34—71 33-38-71 36-35—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 36-35—71 37-35—72 35-37—72 35-37—72 39-33—72 36-36—72 36-38—72 36-38—72 35-37—72 39-33—72 37-35-72 36-36—72 36-36—72 35-37—72 35-37—72 37-35—72 35-37—72 36-36—72 36-36—72 High school NORTH CENTRAL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT At Belolt Country Club Par 70 Team Scores Ellsworth 331, Belleville 332, Beloit 381, Minneapolis 469. Top 10 Individuals 1. Couture, Belleville, 79; 2. Kohls, Ellsworth, 82; 3. Poole, Belleville, 82; 4. J.Hammel, Ellsworth, 83; 5. Weler, Ellsworth, 83; 6. Peschka, Ellsworth, 83; 7. Splller, Belleville, 65; 8. Myers, Beloit, 85; 9. Melton, Belleville, 86; 10. Maddux, Ellsworth, 86. Hockey NHL playoffs By The Associated Press All Times COT CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS (Best-of-7) Sunday, Msy 14 Philadelphia 6, Buffalo 4, Philadelphia wins series 4-1 New Jersey 3, Boston 2, New Jersey wins series 4-1 Monday, Msy 15 Detroit 3, Dallas 1, Detroit wins series 4-1 Vancouver 6, St Louis 5, OT Chicago 4, Toronto 2 Calgary 5, San Jose 0 Tuesday, Msy 16 N.Y. Rangers 4, Quebec 2, N.V. Rangers win series 4-2 Pittsburgh 7, Washington 1 Wednesday, May 17 Toronto 5, Chicago 4, OT, series tied 3-3 San Jose 5, Calgary 3, series tied 3-3 St. Louis 8, Vancouver 2, series tied 3-3 Thursday, Msy 18 Pittsburgh 3, Washington 0, Pittsburgh wins series 4-3 Friday, May 19 Toronto at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Vancouver at St. Louis, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. Softball High school REGIONAL PAIRINGS AND RESULTS CUSS 3-2-1A Tuesday's Game Lincoln 12, Sylvan 1 Thursday's Games At Bethany College, Llndiborg Sacred Heart 6, Lincoln, 2 Southeast of Saline 8, Ell-Saline 1 Championship Sacred Heart 7, Southeast of Saline 6 CLASS 3-2-1A REGIONAL At Bethany College, Undsborg Semifinals SOUTHEAST OF SALINE 8 ELL-SALINE 1 Southeast 001 001 6 - 8 8 1 Ell-Saline - 010 000 0 - 1 4 2 WP-Troutfetter. LP-Atklnson. 2B-SES: Andrew, Vemcn; ES: Jensen. SACRED HEART 6, LINCOLN 2 Sacred Heart 004 001 1 - 6 7 1 Lincoln 002 000 0 - 2 2 2 WP-Bonilla. LP-Jensen. Championship SACRED HEART 7, SOUTHEAST 6 Southeast 000 210 3 - 6 7 3 Sacred Heart 100 033 x - 7 7 6 WP-Bonilla. LP-Vemon. 2B-SES: Jacobs, Gorrell. ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Infieldem - Robyn Blecha, Hays; Katie Maione, Dodge City; Kerry Schriddle, Great Bend; Tammy Weaver, Garden City. Catcher - Jericka Kirby, Dodge City. Outfielders - Crystal Gray, Liberal; Jody Harrington, Garden City; Carrie Koehler, Great Bend. Pitchers - Manety Norris, Hays; Lora Sander, Great Bend. Etc. Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL—Named Dan Simonds manager; Hal Dyer pitching coach; Rodney McCray coach; and Gordon Watt trainer for Lethbridge of the Pioneer League. American League TEXAS RANGERS—Agreed to terms with Ivan Rodriguez, catcher, on a one-year contract. National League SAN DIEGO PADRES—Agreed to terms with Andy Ashby, pitcher, on a one-year contract. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Reassigned Isbel Cardona, pitcher, from Burlington of the Midwest League to extended spring training in Scottsdale, Ariz., and Santos Hernandez, pitcher, from extended spring training to Burlington. Southern League BIRMINGHAM BARONS—Placed Greg McCarthy, pitcher, on the disabled list, retroactive to May 16. Activated Kevin Coughlin, outfielder, from the disabled list. Released Henry Manning, catcher. BASKETBALL NsUonsI Basketball Association PHOENIX SUNS—Waived Richard Dumas, forward. FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS—Signed Rob Selby, guard, to a one-year contract. CHICAGO BEARS—Named Charles Garcia national scout. COLLEGE FRESNO STATE—Named Danny Tarkanian, John Welch and Johnny Brown men's assistant basketball coaches. NORTH CAROLINA—Named Aidan Heaney men's assistant soccer coach. SOUTH DAKOTA STATE—Named Scott Nagy men's basketball coach. VASSAR—Announced the resignation of Christina Masslala Christidl, men's and women's fencing coach. Named Tony Brown intramural director and men's and women's rugby coach. Named Craig Thorpe-Clark men's and women's squash coach. Letters of intent BARTON COUNTY Sport - Women's basketball Athlete- Kelly Lorson. High school - Hope. Height-Position - 5-9; forward-guard. Statistics - Averaged 11 points and 3.6 rebounds as a senior. Honors - All-Elsenhower League; honorable mention All-Class 1A; honorable mention All- Area Class 1A; guided Lions to 90-9 four-year record and berth In Class 1A state tournament this past season. Sport - Women's basketball. Athlete-Kerry Lorson. High school - Hope. Petition - 5-9; forward-guard. Statistics - Averaged 14.1 points, 7.1 rebounds and shot 61 percent from the floor as a senior. Honors - All-Elsenhower League; second- team All-Area Class 1A; second-learn All-Class 1A; guided Lions to 90-9 four-year record and berth in Class 1A state tournament this past season. SALINA RADIO/TV Friday, May 19 Television BASEBALL 6:35 p.m. - Florida at Atlanta (NL) WTBS, cable 29 9 p.m. - Chicago at Los Angeles (NL) : WGN, cable 46 9:30 p.m. - Baseball Tonight ESPN, cable 25 BASKETBALL 7 p.m. - NBA playoffs: New York at Indiana TNT, cable 27 GOLF 2 p.m. - Senior Bell Atlantic ESPN, cable 25 3 p.m. - Bulck Open USA, cable 26 HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. - NHL playoff game ESPN2, cable 47 GENERAL 10 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 25 6 p.m. - Sportscenter 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 Latenight CNN, cable 30 1:30 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 25 Radio BASEBALL 6:40 p.m. - Oakland at Kansas City (AL) KSAL, 1150-AM GENERAL 5:30 p.m. - KSAL Sports Talk Show KSAL, 1150-AM 6:30 p.m. - SportsTalk WIBW, 580-AM SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing • At Fairfield, 111., six engines used in the pro stock cars driven on the NHRA circuit by Darrell Alderman and Scott Geoffrion were destroyed during a break-in at the team's racing shop, police said. The engines, valued at $500,000, were destroyed by a sledgehammer- type object, according to investigators. Loss of the engines will keep Alderman and Geoffrion, who run 1-2 in the pro stock point standings, out of this weekend's race at Englishtown, N.J. • At Indianapolis, more rain. More frustration. That was the story at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as time began to run out Thursday for teams needing more speed to qualify this weekend for the Indy 500. Rain kept the track closed for the first three hours of the scheduled six-hour session. When the 2V2-mile oval did finally open, at 2 p.m., the action was furious but not particularly fast. Twenty-four cars made it onto the track, turning a total of 374 laps before rain began pelting down again at 2:50 p.m. That was it for the day, leaving only one full session of practice before the second and final weekend of qualifications for the race on May 28. Baseball • At Pittsburgh, John J. Rigas, a cable TV executive backed by nearly $18 million in city- supplied cash and lease enhancements, reached a preliminary agreement Thursday to buy the money-losing Pittsburgh Pirates. Rigas, a 70- year-old lifelong baseball fan who began his business career running a mom-and-pop restaurant, will pay $25.15 million in cash and assume $60 million in debt for the 108-year-old franchise, one of the National League's oldest. He also will assume the'team's projected $13 million 1995 season debt, plus a $20 million city- backed loan to the team in 1985. Basketball • At Fresno, Calif., Jerry Tarkanian was reunited with his son by selecting him as one of his assistant coaches at Fresno State. It's the first coaching job for Danny Tarkanian, 33, who played guard for his father at UNLV from 1982 to 1984. The younger Tarkanian spent the past eight years as an attorney in Las Vegas. Boxing • At Atlantic City, N.J., two-time heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield, saying he is healed and healthy, weighed in at 209% pounds Thursday for his comeback fight against Ray Mercer. Mercer, also on the comeback trail, weighed 224 for Saturday night's bout at the Atlantic City Convention Center. Both fighters view the 10-round fight as a turning point, and both came in lighter than expected. Hockey • At Winnipeg, Manitoba, two deadlines passed Thursday with no action on the future of the Winnipeg Jets as thousands of fans stood for hours in the streets waiting to learn the team's fate. Owner Barry Shenkarow, who has accepted in principle a deal to sell the team to Minnesota, gave Winnipeg leaders until noon Thursday to devise a financial plan to save the team. When that deadline passed, a new cutoff time of 4 p.m. was announced. That deadline also came and went with no word. Tennis • At Rome, Goran Ivanisevic ousted Andrei Medvedev 6-1, 7-6 (7-3) Thursday to reach the quarterfinals of the Italian Open, just four days after losing to the Ukrainian in the final at Hamburg. Ivanisevic's quarterfinal opponent will be unseeded Jeff Tarango, who came from behind to beat MaliVai Washington 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. • At Berlin, Mary Pierce had to fight the wind, the cold and two opponents Thursday to reach the quarterfinals of the German Open. Pierce kept pace with top-seeded Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, who breezed past Tatiana Ig- natieva of Belarus 6-2, 6-1. Pierce beat Karina Habsudova 6-2, 6-4, and Argentina's Florencia Labat 7-5, 6-3. 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