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B2 MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL Today's schedule MONDAY, APRIL 9 AUTO RACING 11 a.m. — NASCAR, Winston Cup, Virginia 500, FSRM, cable 55. BASEBALL 7 p.m. — Major Leagues, NY Yankees Kansas Cily.FSRM, table 55. BASKETBALL 8 p.m. — High school boys, Roundball Classic All-Star Game, ESPN2, cable 39. Baseball Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Halt Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Tulsa (Rangers) 3 1 .750 — Wichita (Royals) 3 1 .750 — Shreveporl (Giants) 1 3 .250 2 Arkansas (Angels) 1 4 .200 2'A Western Division W L Pet. GB San Antonio (Mariners) 4 0 1.000 — Midland (Athletics) 2 1 .667 Vh Round Rock (Astros) 2 2 .500 2 El Paso (D'backs) 0 4 .000 4 Saturday's results Wichita 3, Arkansas 1 Round Rock 6, Midland 5 Tulsa 9, Shreveporl 1 San Antonio 10, El Paso 6 Sunday's results Wichita 2, Ariiansas 0 Midland 12, Round Rock 4 Shreveporl 6, Tulsa 5 San Antonio 8, B Paso 0 Monday's games Midland at Round Rock El Paso at San Antonio Tulsa at Shreveporl Wichita at Arkansas, 7:30 p.m. Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Baylor 12 3 27 10 Nebraska 10 3 25 8 Texas 13 5 26 14 Texas ASM 9 6 24 13 Oklahoma Stale 10 8 26 11 Texas Tech 10 8 25 14 Oklahoma 8 10 14 22 Missouri 7 11 20 14 Iowa Slate 4 7 10 16 Kansas Stale 4 14 12 20 Kansas 3 15 15 21 Saturday's results Nebraska 10, Texas 8,10 innings; Nebraska 5, Texas 4; Texas Tech 9, Iowa State 3: Texas Tech 12, Iowa State 2; Oklahoma 13, Missouri 9; Kansas Slate 13, Oklahoma Stale 8; Dallas Bap- list 9, Baylor 2; Baylor 13, Dallas Baptist 2; Texas A&M5,Kansas2. Sunday's results Texas 2, Nebraska 1, Texas Tech 5, Iowa Stale 2; Kansas 5, Texas A&M 2; Oklaoma 9, Missouri 6; Oklahoma State 4, Kansas Stale 3,10 innings. Monday's game Maryland at Kansas Stale, 7 p.m. Big 12 linescores OKLAHOMA STATE 4 KANSAS STATE 3 Kansas SUte 001 010 000 0 — 3 10 2 Oklahoma Stale 001 200 000 1 — 4 16 1 Smith, Tallman (7) and Cavender; McCurdy, Weaver (7), Hawk (8) and Watson. WP-Hawk (2-1). LP—Tallman (0-1). 2B—KS: Oleen; OS: Watson, York, Scott. HR-OS: Powell, York. KANSAS 5, TEXAS A&M 2 Kansas 200 000 300 — 5 9 0 Texas A&M 001 010 000 — 2 8 5 Lantz and DelChiaro; Deininger, Hart (4), Russ (7), Rnch (8) and Meyer. WP—Laniz (2-3). LP- Hart (2-4). HR-K: Nelson, Klocksien. TEXAS TECH 5, IOWA STATE 2 Iowa Slate 100 001 000 — 2 5 1 Texas Tech 310 010 OOx — 5 8 2 Bigwood, Donnelly (8), Twedl (Bj and Wickham; Metzler, McGinley (7) and Americh. WP—Melzler (3-2). LP—Bigwood (1-5). S—McGinley (6). HR— n: Blankenship 2. TEXAS 2, NEBRASKA 1 Texas 000 001 001 — 2 10 1 Nebraska 000 000 100 - 1 6 2 Simmons and Hubele; Rodaway, Spiehs (7), Byers (9) and Morris. WP—Simmons (5-1). LP— Spiehs (4-2). I\/IVC linescore WICHITA STATE 11, BRADLEY 8 Wichita Slate 200 132 012 - 11 16 2 Bradley 000 Oil 006 - 8 15 3 Sanders, Atkins (6), Haines (8), Dennison (9) and Owen; Till, Meers (5) and Jager. WP — Sanders (2-3). LP — Till (0-3). S — Dennison (1). 2B — WS: Hawkins, Owen, Sorensen, Green, Smarsh; B: Edgecombe, Sullivan. 3B — WS: Wright. HR — WS: Sorensen; B: Jager, Morelock. KCAC linescores BETHANY 22, SAINT MARY 3 Bethany 867 10 — 22 23 1 Saint Mary 002 10 — 3 8 3 WP - Straussberg (5-3). LP - Cordoza. 2B - B: Leitzel, Gordon, Weatherly 2, Wetter, JusL 3B B: LeiUel. HR - B: Sungy. BETHANY 17, SAINT MARY 3 Bethany 122 124 5 — 17 20 3 Saint Mary 000 120 0 — 3 8 4 WP - Biegert (4-0). LP - Bennett. 2B - B: Leitzel 2, Gordon 3, Nelson 2, Hamiison; SM: HuHman. HR - B: Nelson, Just, Sungy 2. Records: Bethany 13-13 overall, 6-6 (KCAC); Saint Mary (NA). Basketball NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pel. GB y-Philadelphia 53 23 .697 x-Miami 46 30 .605 7 x-NewYork 45 31 .592 6 x-Orlando 41 35 .539 12 Boston 35 42 .465 Wh New Jersey 26 52 .333 28 Washington 18 58 .237 35 Central Division W L Pet. GB x-Miiwaukee 48 28 .632 — X-Toronio 44 33 .571 4'/i x-Charlotle 42 35 . 645 6'A Indiana 36 40 .474 12 Detroit 29 47 .382 19 Cleveland 26 50 .342 22 Atlanta 23 53 .303 25 Chicago 12 64 .158 36 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet. GB x-San Antonio 54 22 .711 — x-Ulah 50 26 .658 4 x-Dailas 49 27 .646 5 Minnesota 45 31 .592 9 Houston 42 35 . 545 12'/4 Denver 37 40 .481 17'A Vancouver 22 65 .266 32'A Pacific Division W L Pel. GB x-Sacramento 52 24 .684 — x-LAUkers 52 26 .667 1 x-Portland 48 29 .623 4'A x-PhoenIx 47 29 .618 5 Seattle 41 36 .532 11 LA Clippers 28 49 .384 24'/« Golden State 17 58 .227 34',^ x-clinched playoH spot y-clinched division 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 Antonio 93, LA Clippers 83 Sunday's results Miami 81, New York 76 Indiana 108, New Jersey 83 Toronto 100, Chicago 88 Sacramento 98, Portland 89 LA Lakers 104, Minnesota 99 Milwaukee at Seallle, (n) San Antonio at Golden State, (n) Monday's games Boston at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Atlanta at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Charlotte at New York, 6:30 p.m. Washington at Indiana, 7 p.m. Houston at Utah, 6 p.m. NBA summaries LAKERS 104, WOLVES 99 LA LAKERS (104) Fox 3-9 0-0 9, Grant 6-11 1-1 13, O'Neal 13-24 B-12 34, Shaw 6-11 2-2 17, Fisher 7-16 2-3 19, George 3-9 4-5 10, Madsen 1-1 0-0 2, Penberthy 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 39-83 17-23 104. MINNESOTA (99) Szczerbiak 3-4 4-4 10, Gamell 4-14 3-4 11, Garrett 24 2-2 6, Lopez 3-5 0-0 6, Brandon 9-20 5-6 23, Slater 1-3 2-3 4, Peeler 4-10 6-7 17, Billups 04 0-0 0, Ellis 7-7 3-318, Mitchell 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 35-73 25-29 99. LA Lakers 18 26 30 30—104 Minnesota 17 33 25 24- 99 3-Poinl Goals—Los Angeles 9-16 (Shaw 3-3, Fisher 3-5, Fox 3-5, Grant 0-1, Penberthy 0-2), Minnesota 4-13 (Peeler 3-7, Ellis 1 -1, Brandon 01, Lopez 0-1, Garnelt 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds-Los Angeles 43 (O'Neal 11), Minnesota 49 (Gamett 8). Assists—Los Angeles 28 (Shaw 7), Minnesota 24 (Brandon 8). Total louls—Los Angeles 21, Minnesota 24. Techni­ cals—Minnesota Illegal Delense. A—20,099 (19,006). PACERS 108, NETS 83 INDIANA (108) Harrington 1-5 0-0 2, O'Neal 9-12 2-2 20, Perkins 0-1 0-0 0, Miller 5-101-212, Rose 12-16 2-2 29, Best 1 -3 0-0 2, McKey 1-10-02, Croshere 5-114-415, Foster 4-8 5-9 13, Edney 3-6 5-611, Tabak 0-2 0-0 0, Bender 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 42-77 19-25 108. NEW JERSEY (83) Newman 9-14 2-2 22, Van Hom 8-13 4-5 21, Eschmeyer 0-3 2-2 2, Harris 2-8 3-4 7, Overton 06 0-0 0, Williams 1-5 2-2 4, Strickland 1-3 0-0 2, E.Gill 4-61-2 9, Jackson 3-11 6-8 12, Samake 02 0-0 0, J.Thomas 1-5 0-0 2, Slepania 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 29-79 22-27 83. Indiana 25 26 41 16—108 New Jersey 33 18 12 20— 83 3-Point Goals-Indiana 5-12 (Rose 3-3, Miller 1-2, Croshere 1-5, Best 0-1, Perkins 0-1), New Jersey 3-10 (Newman 2-2, Van Hom 1-2, Harris 0-1, Jackson 0-2, Overton 0-3). Fouled out- None. Rebounds—Indiana 51 (Foster, O'Neal 12), New Jersey 45 (Van Hom 8). Assists—Indiana 29 (Best 7), New Jersey 13 (E.Gill, Overton 3). Total louls-lndiana 21, New Jersey 22. A- 20,049(20,049). HEAT 81, KNICKS76 NEW YORK (76) Johnson 5-7 1-4 11, Rice 3-10 1-1 7,Camby8- 17 7-6 23, Houston 3-8 1-1 7, Jackson 3-9 0-0 6, Thomas 3-11 0-0 6, Ward 5-101-212, Harrington 1-2 2-2 4. Totals 31-74 13-18 76. MIAMI (81) Bowen 2-134-7 8, Mason 5-12 7-8 17, Grant 26 4-4 8, Majorle 2-9 2-2 7, Hardaway 9-164-4 25, Mourning 3-7 6-10 11, Carter 2-4 0-0 5, Green 01 0-0 0, House 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 25-69 26-35 81. New York 15 19 20 22-76 Miami 28 16 20 17-81 3-Point Goals-New York 1-13 (Ward 1-3, Johnson 0-1, Jackson 0-1, Camby 0-1, Houston 0-3, Rice 0-4), Miami 5-22 (Hardaway 3-6, Carter 1-1, Majerle 1-8, Bowen 0-7). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New Yorii 54 (Camby 15), Miami 47 (Mason 9). Assists-New Yort( 13 (Ward 7), Miami 12 (Hardaway 4). Total louls—New York 30, Miami 23. Technicals—New York coach J.Van Gundy 2, Thomas, Miami Illegal Delense, Mourning. Flagrant louls—Ward. Ejected—New York coach J.Van Gundy. A—20,103 (19,600). KINGS 98, BLAZERS 89 PORTLAND (89) Pippen 9-15 2-2 21, Wallace 4-134-412, Sabonis 4-10 1-4 9, S.Smilh 5-11 2-3 13, Stoudamire 6-14 0-0 13 Davis 6-13 1-3 13, Augmon 1-2 1-1 3, Strickland 0-2 0-0 0, Harvey 0-2 0-0 0, SchrempI 0-1 5-6 5. Totals 35-83 16-23 89. SACRAMENTO (98) Stojakovic 6-15 7-8 20, Webber 7-24 6-6 20, Divac 4-14 5-11 13, Christie 3-6 2-2 10, Williams 15 0-0 2, Turkoglu 4-8 3-4 12, Pollard 4-9 2-5 10, Barry 2-4 0-0 4, Jackson 3-6 0-0 7. Totals 34-91 25-36 98. Portland 29 13 32 15—69 Sacramento 17 26 29 26-98 3-Point Goals—Portland 3-13 (Pippen 1-2, Stoudamire 1-3, S.Smilh 1-4, Wallace 0-4), Sacramento 5-16 (Christie 2-5, Jackson 1-2, Turkoglu 1-2, Slojakovic 1-4, Barry 0-2, Williams 0-3). Fouled out—Sabonis. Rebounds—Portland 57 (Wallace 11), Sacramento 66 (Divac 17). Assists—Portland 20 (Wallace, Stoudamire 4), Sacramento 20 (Webber 5). Total louls—Port­ land 27, Sacramento 19. Technicals—Sacramen­ to Illegal Delense 2. A—17,317 (17,317). RAPTORS 100, BULLS 88 CHICAGO (88) Artest 2-11 0-0 4, Brand 10-21 8-8 28, B.Miller 6-134-416, Hoiberg 4-8 3-4 12, Crawlord 5-11 22 12, Guyton 5-9 1-1 13, Voskuhl 0-2 0-0 0, Goodrich 1-31-2 3, Bagaric 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 3380 19-21 88. TORONTO (100) Peterson 0-5 5-5 5, Oakley 6-8 0-0 12, Davis 69 4-6 16, Carter 12-19 3-6 33, A.Williams 6-1112 14, Curry 2-5 0-0 4, Clark 2-8 0-2 4, Childs 2-5 0-0 4, J.Williams 2-3 4-4 8. Totals 38-73 17-25 100. Chicago 26 17 28 17— 88 Toronto 26 17 41 16—100 3-Poinl Goals—Chicago 3-13 (Guyton 2-4, Hoiberg 1-3, Artest 0-2, Crawlord 0-4), Toronto 716 (Carter 6-11, A.Williams 1-1, Peterson 0-1, Childs 0-3). Fouled out—B.Milier. Rebounds- Chicago 50 (B.Miller 9), Toronto 42 (Davis 14). Assists—Chicago 12 (Crawlord, B.Miller 3), Toronto 23 (A.Williams, Carter 6). Total louls— Chicago 24, Toronto 19. Technicals—Artest 2, Childs. FlagranI louls-Brand. Ejected—Artest. A—19,800(19,800). Coach of the year BOYS 1978 —Keith Riley, Hill City 1979 — Bob Mannebach, Saline Sacred Heart 1980 — Randy Wetzel, Ell-Saline 1981 — Denny Wahlgren, Saline Central 1982-Bill Engslrom, Lindsborg 1983 — Denny Wahlgren, Salina Central 1984-Keith Riley, Hill City 1985 — Jerry Livingston, Golden Plains 1986 — Doug Reusink, Nonhem Valley 1987 — Bryce Heinz, Wheatland 1988 —Scott Stein, Abilene 1989-RonDavis, Ellsworth 1990 — Mike Henson, McPherson 1991 — Doug Reusink, Northern Valley 1992-Scott Stein, Abilene 1993-DarrellKelley, Beloit 1994 - Mike Henson, McPherson 1995 —Darrel Knoll, Hillsboro 1996-JudeStecklein, Sylvan 1997 —Sieve Wedel, Abilene 1998 —Keith Riley, Hill City How to E-mail us: Harold Bechard sjhbechard@salJournal.com Erik Bonar sJebonar@saijournal.com Bob Davidson sJbdavidson@saijournal.com Arne Green sjargreen@saljournai.com Larry Morilz sJimoritz@saiJournai.com Christian D Orr sjcon-esaijournai.com Troy Palensl<e sjtpaiensi<e@saijournai.com chankal. IRL results Today's schedulo MONDAY, APRIL 9 BASEBALL NY Yankees at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. Ballon County vs. Brown Mackie at Evans Stadium, 7 p.m. Ell-Saline at Plainvllle, 4 p.m. GOLF Salina Central & Salina South boys at Manhattan, 3 p.m. SOCCER Wichita Trinity girts vs. Salina Central at Buri(e Park, 4 p.m. 1999 —Kim Lohse, Hanover 2000 — Joe Hertel, TMP-Manan 2001 — Larry O'Connor, Brewster GIRLS 1978 — Vem Laubhan, Salina South 1979 — Marvin Johnson, Lindsborg 1980 —Joe Ortiz, Uncoln 1981 — John Hoffman, McPherson 1982 —Mike Ronen,Natoma 1983 —Kevin Jilka, Norton 1984 — Grace Welch, Canton-Galva 1985 — Dick Switzer, Concordia 1986 — Terry Maddux, Ellsworth 1987 — Mike Weatherman, Sylvan 1988 — Becky Carlson, Hillsboro 1989 — Mike Wealhemian, Sylvan 1990 — Jim Campion, Southeast ol Saline 1991—Jeff Yoxall, Kensington 1992 — Robert Young, SL John's Beloit 1993 — Mike Weatherman, Sylvan 1994 — Bill Lowiy, Northern Valley 1995 — Becky Cartson, Hillsboro 1996 — Ken McClanahan, Clllton-Clyde 1997 — Scott Schaeler, McPherson 1998 — Scott Schaeler, McPherson 1999 —Nick Unn, Smith Center 2000 — Darrei WoHers, Osborne 2001 — Brian Johnston, Gn'nnell High school boys Saturday's game HEART OF AMERICA SPORTS JAMBOREE WHITE 103, RED 100 RED Grabor (Salina South) 7 3-5 19, Kueker (Concordia) 2 0-0 5, Bright (Macksville) 3 2-4 9, Rice (White City) 4 0-0 9, Cook (Solomon) 0 0-0 0, Brown (Mankato) 3 0-0 6, Waggoner (Beloit) 2 00 4, Gomiann (Clilton-Clyde) 6 0-0 16, Keltner (Hays) 3 0^) 8, Keeper (Sylvan) 3 3-410, TIegens (Waconda East) 3 2-4 6, Slemsen (Quivira Heights) 41-4 9. Totals 40 11-21 103. wHrrE Campion (Salina Central) 3 2-3 9, Bartz (Concordia) 5 0-012, Hammersmith (White City) 21-2 5, Johnson (Solomon) 0 0-0 0, Bergmann (St. John's Beloit) 5 0-0 14, Stiles (Clallin) 6 3-5 15, Welters (SL Francis) 3 4-4 10, TrouKelter (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, Heller (Chapman) 5 0-0 10. Totals 39 12-17 100. Red 57 48 - 103 White 52 48 - 100 3-point goals - R 12 (Graber 2, Kueker 1, Bright 1, Rice 1, Gemiann 4, Keltner 2, Kasper 1), W10 (Campion 1, Bartz 2, Bergmann 4, Buehler 3). Total fouls - R 19, W 13. Fouled out - None. Technical louls - None. High school girls Saturday's game WBCA ALL-STAR GAME . WHITE 111, RED 80 RED (80) Ely 1 -1 0-0 2, Greenwalt 6-11 2-3 14, LeSueur 1-7 3-6 5, Eartey 2-5 5-6 9, Jackson 2-6 0-0 5, Williams 3 -1 6 2-2 9, Young 4-1 1 0-0 9, Pondexter 6-17 2-416, Flecky 1-61-3 3, Thiol 3-42-3 8. Totals 29-84 17-27 80. WHITE (111) Dancause 5 -11 2-2 14, Robinetle 2-7 0-0 4, Currie 6-13 12-12 25, Polk 4-5 0-0 8, Moore 3-8 1 -2 8, Droesch 3-14 1-2 7, Newton 4-10 4-4 14, Whitley 3-14 2-2 8, Choice 5-71 -2 11, Wocker 611 0^)12. Totals 41-100 23-26 111. Halllime score—White, 62-43. 3-point goals— R 5-27 (Pondexter 2-9, Young 1 -5, Williams 1-5, Jackson 14, Flecky 0-3, Eariy 0-1), W 6-18 (Dancause 2-3, Newton 2-4, Currie 1-2, Moore 1-1, Whitley 04, Droesch 0-2, Robinetle 0-1, Wecker 0 -1 ). Rebounds—R 53 (Pondexter 7), W 67 (Polk 10). Assists—R 14 (LeSueur 4), W 19 (Droesch 5). Fouled out—None. A—5,347. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T OL Pts GF GA z-NewJersey 48 19 12 3 111 295 195 x-Philadelphia 43 25 11 3 100 240 207 x-Pitlsburgh 42 28 9 3 96 281 256 NY Rangers , 33 43 5 1 72 250 290 NY Islanders 21 51 7 3 52 185 268 Northeast Division W L T OL Pts GF GA y-Otlawa 46 21 9 4 109 274 205 x-BuHalo 46 30 5 1 98 218 184 x-Toronto 37 29 11 5 90 232 207 Boston 36 30 8 8 88 227 249 Montreal 28 40 8 6 70 206 232 Southeast Division W L T OL Pts GF GA y-Washinglon 41 27 10 4 96 233 211 x-Carolina 38 32 9 3 88 212 225 norida 22 38 13 9 66 200 246 Atlanta 23 45 12 2 60 211 289 Tampa Bay 24 47 6 5 59 201 280 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T OL Pts QF GA y-Detroit 49 20 9 4 111 253 202 x-SI. Louis 43 22 12 6 103 249 195 Nashville 34 36 9 3 80 166 200 Chicago 29 40 8 5 71 210 246 Columbus 28 39 9 6 71 190 233 Northwrest Division W L T OL Pis GF GA z-Colorado 52 16 10 4 118 270 192 x-Edmonlon 39 26 12 3 93 243 222 x-Vancouver 36 28 11 7 90 239 238 Calgary 27 36 15 4 73 197 236 Minnesota 25 39 13 5 68 166 210 Pacific Division W L T OL Pts GF GA y-Dallas 48 24 6 2 106 241 187 x-SanJose 40 27 12 3 95 217 192 x-Los Angeles 38 28 13 3 92 252 228 Phoenix 35 27 17 3 90 214 212 Anaheim 25 41 11 5 66 188 245 Note —Two points for a win, one point for a tie and overtime loss, x-clinched playoH spot y-clinched division z-clinched conference Saturday's results Dallas 5, San Jose 4 (ol) Detroit 4, Colorado 3 Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 3 (ol) Florida 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 3, Calgary 2 Edmonton 4, Vancouver 2 Sunday's results Pittsburgh 6, Carolina 4 Cok>rado 4, Minnesota 2 Philadelphia 2, Buffalo 1 Washington 2, Tampa Bay 1 Columbus 4, Chicago 3 (ot) San Jose 4, Anaheim 1 End of regular season NHL playoff matchups Sites and Gametlmes TBA FIRST ROUND Eastern Conference New Jersey vs. Carolina Ottawa vs. Toronto Washington vs. Pittsburgh Philadelphia vs. Buffalo Western Conference Colorado vs. Vancouver Detroit vs. Los Angeles Dallas vs. Edmonton St. Louis vs. San Jose Auto racing NASCAR results VIRGINIA 500 1. (13) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 500, $170,027. 2. (4) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 500, $106,047. 3. (3) Jeff Burton, Ford, 500, $108,596. 4. (9) Bobby Hamilton, Chevrolet, 500, $77,675. 5. (31) Sterling Martin, Dodge, 500, $67,110. 6. (25) Melt Kenseth, Ford, 600, $57,750. 7. (16) Tony Stewart, Pontiac, 500, $59,200. 8. (24) Bobby Ubonte, Pontiac, 500, $90,402. 9. (21) Jimmy Spencer, Ford, 500, $57,695. 10. (7) Jerry Nadeau, Chevrolet, 500, $55,625. 11. (10) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, 500, $71,233. 12. (1) Jell Gordon, Chevrolet, 500, $87,427. 13. (2) Rusty Wallace, Ford, 600, $82,416. 14. (17) Bill Elliott, Dodge, 500, $63,698. 15. (22) Stacy Compton, Dodge, 500, $47,586. 16. (8) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 500, $67,245. 17. (30) Andy Houston , Ford, 500, $35,475. 16. (42) Kevin Lepage, Chevrolet, 499, $42,140. 19. (29) Steve Partt, Chevrolet, 499, $63,493. 20. (26) Johnny Benson, Pontiac, 499, $49,350. 21. (37) Elltott Sadler, Ford, 499, $57,725. 22. (38) Ward Burton, Dodge, 499, $69,485. 23. (39) Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 499, $68,780. 24. (35) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet, 497, $42,650. 25. (32) Ken Schrader, Pontiac, 497, $44,450. 26. (14) Casey Atwood, Dodge, 496, $32,200. 27. (43) Ron Homaday Jr , Pontiac, 495, $35,000. 28. (18) Ricky Craven, Ford, 494, $31,800. 29. (34) Dave Blaney, Dodge, 494, $34,600. 30. (6) Jeremy Mayfield, Ford, 490, $73,184. 31. (20) Mike Wallace, Ford, 489, $39,200. 32. (19) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 48S, $63,824. 33. (41) Kurt Busch , Ford, 466, $38,800. 34. (15) Kevin Hanrick , Chevrolet, 454, $76,627. 35. (40) John Andretti, Dodge, 451, $65,502. 36. (23) Brett Bodine, Ford, 432, $30,400. 37. (28) Kenny Wallace, Pontiac, 370, $30,275. 38. (27) Buckshot Jones, Dodge, 350, $38,150. 39. (36) Mark Martin, Ford, 268, crash, $74,376. 40. (5) Robert Pressley, Ford, 250, overtiealing, $38,175. 41. (11) Rick Mast, Chevrolet, 232, rear end, $29,850. 42. (33) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 155, overtiealing, $29,625. 43. (12) Todd Bodine, Ford, 12, engine failure, $29,756. NHRA results SUMMITRACING.COM NATIONALS Top Fuel— Kenny Bernstein, 4.533 seconds, 325.53 mph del. Andrew Cowin, 4.615 seconds, 322.73 mph. Funny Car— Tommy Johnson Jr., Chevy Camaro, 4.856,310.77 del. Whit Bazemore, Pontiac Firebird, 4.965,291.07. Pro Slock— Jeg Coughlin, Chevy Cavalier, 6.959,197.62 del. Jim Yales, Pontiac Grand Am, 6.940,197.71. Pro Stock Truck— Bob Panella Jr, Chevy S- 10, 7.554, 178.19 del. Greg Slanlield, S-10, 7.579,178.83. Federal -Mogul Dragster—Brandon Bernstein, 5.767,246.26 del. Mart( Hentges, 6.198,162.86. Federal-Mogul Funny Car— Bucky Austin, Chevy Camaro, 5.789, 245.23 del. Lerry Miner, Oldsmobile Achieve, 5.833,247.64. Comp Ellmlnator-^etl Taylor, Pontiac Grand Am, 7.883, 143.09 del. Jell Lane, '34 Roadster, loul. Super Stock-— Byron Setters, Chevy Camaro, 10.131, 130.25 del. Dan Fletcher, Camaro, 10.465,120.68. Stock— Nell Smedley, Pontiac Trans Am, 13.192, 92.64 del. Jell Hefler, Pontiac Rrebird, 11.511,106.69. Super Comp— Frank Kohutek, Dragster, 9.037, 167.70 del. Dick VanderMeer, Dragster, 9.034,171.58. Super Gas— Marty Jacobs, '27-T Ford, 10.046, 144.55 del. Dean Hall, Bel Air, foul. CART results LONG BEACH GRAND PRIX 1. (1) Hello Castroneves, Honda Reynard, 82. 2. (4) Cristiano da Malta, Toyota Lola, 82. 3. (5) Gil de Ferran, Honda Reynard, 82. 4. (12) Paul Tracy, Honda Reynard, 82. 5. (6) Jimmy Vasser, Toyota Reynard, 82. 6. (6) Dario Franchitti, Honda Reynard, 82. 7. (3) Tony Kanaan, Honda Reynard, 82. 8. (26) Bnjno Junqueira, Toyota Lola, 82. 9. (14) Nicolas Minasslan, Toyota Lola, 82. 10. (15) Bryan Herta, Ford Reynard, 82. 11. (22) Roberto Moreno, Toyota Reynard, 82. 12. (23) ShinjI Nakano, Honda Reynard, 82. 13. (7) Michel Jourdain Jr., Ford Lola, 82. 14. (24) Oriol Servia, Ford Lola, 82. 15. (25) Michael Knimm, Ford Lola, 62. 16. (26) Adrian Fernandez, Honda Reynard, 81. 17. (13) Max Papis, Ford Lola, 81. 18. (11) Alex Tagliani, Ford Reynard, 81. 19. (18) Scott Dixon, Toyota Reynard, 81. 20. (16) Tore Takagi, Toyota Reynard, 74, contact. 21. (21) Max Wilson, Phoenix Lola, 67, contact. 22. (19) Maurido Gugelmin, Toyota Reynard, 59, contact. 23. (17) Patrick Carpentier, Ford Reynard, 53, contact. 24. (10) Christian Fittipaldi, 47, mechanical. 25. (2) Kenny Brack, Ford Lola, 31, mechanical. 26. (20) Alex Zanardi, Honda Reynard, 27, mechanical. 27. (27) Luiz Garcia Jr., Ford Lola, 18, mechanical. 28. (9) Michael Andretti, Honda Reynard, 3, me- INFINm GRAND PRIX 1. (5) Sam Homlsh Jr., Dallara-OkJsmoblle, 200, $137,650 2. (7) Sarah Rsher, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 200, $82,050 3. (6) Ellseo Salazar, Dallata-Oklsmoblle, 200, $68,750 4. (4) Felipe Glatfone, G ForoeOldsmoblle, 199, $55,950 5. (1) JeH Ward, G Force-Oldsmobile, 199, $76,350 6. (19) Al Unser Jr., G Force-Oldsmobile, 199, $27,100 7. (9) Marti Dismore, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 199, $26,000 8. (8) Scott Sharp, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 198, $43,500 9. (16) Eddie Cheever Jr., Dallara-lnnniti, 198, $48,500 10. (26) Didier Andre, G Force-Oldsmobile, 196, $23,550 11. (24) Casey Mears, G Force-Oldsmoblle, 196, $41,200 12. (22) Robby McGehee, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 196, $40,200 13. (12) Billy Boat, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 196, $39,100 14. (14) Jeret Schroeder, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 195, $19,050 15. (21) Shlgeaki Hattori, G Force-Oldsmobile, 193, $36,800 16. (15) Buzz Celklns, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 193, $35,800 17. (25) Brandon Ennin, G Force-Oldsmoblle, 190, $34,600 18. (18) John Hollansworth Jr., G Force- Oldsmobile, 189, $15,750 19. (13) Davey Hamilton, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 185, $33,500 20. (3) Buddy Lazier, Dallara-Oklsmobile, 175, Accident, $32,400 21. (2) Greg Ray, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 161, Accident, $13,550 22. (11) Stephen Gregoire, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 69, Mechanical, $13,550 23. (20) Airton Dare , G Force-Oldsmoblle, 62, Engine, $32,400 24. (23) Robbie Buhl, G Force-lnlinni, 9, Electrical, $32,400 25. (17) Jon Hertj, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 3, Rre, $32,400 26. (10) Stan Wattles, Dallara-Oldsmoblle, 0, Accident, $32,400 State college FORT HAYS STATE 4, REGIS 3 Regis 010 100 1 - 3 9 3 Fort Hays State 040 000 0 - 4 S 1 Hayashi and Lee, Goemmel; Sander end Varnum. WP — Sender (8-11). LP — Hayashi (5-5). 2B—R: Hayashi; FH: Casslda, Kramer. 3B—R: Hayashi. HR —R: Buda. REGIS 8, FORT HAYS STATE 1 Regis 300 203 0 - 8 15 2 Fort Hays Slate 000 100 0 - 1 6 6 Ballard end Lee; Rothemeyer end Vamum. WP —Ballard (4-5). LP — Rothemeyer (10-9). 38— R: Tippets, Lee; FH: Boiler. Junior college JAYHAWK CHALLENGE At Bill Burke Park Standings Cowley County 5-0, Johnson County 5-0, Kansas City 5-0, Butler County 3-2. Barton County 3-2, Cloud County 3-2, Colfeyvills 3-2, Colby 32, Garden City 3-2, Pratt 3-2, Seward County 3-2, Dodge City 2-3, Hutchinson 2-3, Neosho County 2-3, Allen County 14, Brown Mackie 14, Fort Scott 14, Highland 14, Labette 14, Independence 0-5. Saturday's results Fort Scott 1, Hutchinson 0; Kansas City 8, Brown Mackie 0; Johnson County 6, Colby 4; Barton County 2, Highland 0; Kansas City 7, Cloud County 0; Colby 5, Fort Scott 0; Hutchinson 12, Allen County 1. Johnson County 13, Barton County 0; Colby 13, Highland 4; Cloud County 4, Allen County 3; Kansas City 8, Hutchinson 0; Brown Mackie 7, Fort Scott 3; Barton County 9, Allen County 5. Dodge City 12, Ubette 5; Butler County 7, Colleyville 0; Cowley County 2, Dodge City 0; Seward County 9, Labette 0; Cowley County 5, Pratt 1; Dodge City 5, Independence 4. Cowley County 3, Garten City 0; Pratt 9, Independence 5; Garden City 9, Neosho County 1; Butler County 8, Independence 0; Garden Ciiy 8, Colleyvllle 0; Seward County 5, Neosho County 4; Pratt 8, Ubette 4. Sunday's results Garden City 14, Independence I; Neosho County 9, Dodge City 7; Cotleyville 9, Pratt 8; Labette 11, Garten City 3; Cotleyville 9, Sewart County 4; Butler County 2, Labette 0; Cowley County 10, Sewart County 3; Neosho County 2, Buller County 1; Seward County 12, Independence 4; Cotleyville 6, Dodge City 2; Pratt 8, Neosho County 0; Cowley County 1, Butler County 0. Johnson County 3, Hutchinson 2; Allen County 8, Brown Mackie 7; Barton County 7, Fort Scott 0; Johnson County 7, Brown Mackie 0; Cloud County 10, Highland 1; Kansas City 11, Colby 0; Hutchinson 8, Highland 0; Cloud County 13, Fort Scott 7; Colby 13, Allen County 4; Kansas City 11, Barton County 6; Johnson County 10, Cloud County 5; Highland 7, Brown Mackie 3. Juco linescores ALLEN COUNTY 8, BROWN MACKIE 7 Allen County 000 600 2 - 8 9 0 Brown Mackie 231 100 0 - 7 15 3 WP-Vohs. LP-Madsen. 2B - BM: Madsen, Moreno 2. 3B-BM:Noone. JOHNSON COUNTY 7 BROWN MACKIE 0 Brown Mackie 000 000 0 - 0 1 3 Johnson County 220 021 x - 7 9 1 WP-Sleeve. LP-Madsen. 2B-JC:Cole, Gartner, Harris. 3B - JC: Dotting. Saturday's games KANSAS CITY 8, BROWN MACKIE 0 Brown Mackie 000 00 - 0 6 5 Kansas City 202 13 - 8 8 0 WP - Gonzalez. LP - Madsen. 2B - KC: Knight, Wort<man; BM: Warther. BROWN MACKIE 7, FORT SCOTT 3 Fori Scott 200 100 0 - 3 3 6 Brown Mackie 200 140 x - 7 11 1 WP-Madsen. LP-Miller. 2B: BM: Noone, Lopez. XFL standings XTREME FOOTBALL LEAGUE EAST CONFERENCE W L Pet PF PA y-Ortando 8 2 .800 213 185 x-Chicago 5 5 .500 186 184 New Yori<-New Jersey 4 6 .400 132 145 Bimiingham 2 8 .200 131 239 WEST CONFERENCE W L Pet. PF PA y-LosAngeles. 7 3 .700 235 166 x-San Francisco. 5 5 .500 156 161 Memphis 5 5 .500 167 166 Us Vegas 4 6 .400 169 143 x-clinched playoH spot y-clinched conlerence Saturday's results Us Angeles 24, San Francisco 0 Memphis 16, Las Vegas 3 Sunday's results New Yort<-New Jersey 22, Bimiingham 0 Chicago 23, Oriando 6 End of regular season Golf PGA results THE MASTERS Tiger Woods, $1,008,000 70^6-6B-68-272 David Duval, $604,600 71-66-70-67-274 Phil MIckelson, $380,800 67-69-69-70-276 Mart( Calcavecchla, $246,400 72-66-68-72-278 ToshI Izawa, $246,400 71-66-74-67—278 Ernie Els, $181,300 71-68-68-72-279 Jim Furyk, $181,300 69-71-70-69-279 Bemhard Unger, $181,300 73-69-68-69-279 KiritTriplelt, $181,300 68-70-70-71—279 Angel Cabrera, $128,800 66-71-70-73—280 Chris DiMerco, $128,800 65-69-72-74—280 Brad Faxon, $128,800 73-68-68-71—280 Miguel A. Jimenez, $128,800 68-72-71-69—280 Steve Strieker, $128,800 66-71-72-71—280 Paul Azlnger, $95,200 70-71 -71 -69—281 Rocco Mediate, $95,200 72-70-66-73-281 J.M.Olazabal, $95,200 70-68-71-72—281 Tom Lehman, $81,200 75-68-71-68—282 Vijay Singh, $81,200 69-71 -73^9—282 John Huston, $65,240 67-75-72-69-283 JeH Maggert, $65,240 72-70-70-71—283 MariiO'Meara, $65,240 69-74-72-68—283 Jesper Pamevik, $65,240 71-71-72-69-283 Darren Clari<e, $53,760 72-67-72-73-284 Tom Scherrer, $49,280 71-71-70-73-285 Fred Couples, $44,800 74-71-73-68—286 Padraig Harrington, $40,600 75-69-72-71—287 Steve Jones, $40,600 74-70-72-71—287 Justin Leonart, $40,600 73-71-72-71—287 Mike Weir, $40,600 74-69-72-72—287 Stuart Appleby, $33,208 72-70-70-76—288 Mari< Brooks, $33,208 70-71 -77-70-288 UeJanzen, $33,208 67-70-72-79-288 David Toms, $33,208 72-72-71-73-268 DuHy Waldorf, $33,208 72-70-71-75-288 Hal Sutton, $28,840 74-69-71-75—289 Scon Hoch, $26,320 74-70-72-74—290 Chris Perry, $26,320 68-74-74-74—290 Loren Roberts, $26,320 71-74-73-72—290 Shingo Katayama, $22,960 75-70-73-74—292 Franklin Ungham, $22,960 72-73-75-72—292 Steve Lowery, $22,960 72-72-78-70—292 Dudley Hart, $19,600 74-70-78-71—293 Jonathan Kayo, $19,600 74-71-74-74—293 Bob May, $19,600 71-74-73-75—293 Carios Franco, $17,360 71-71 -77-75—294 Robert Allenby, $16,240 71 -74-75-75-295 Masters champions 1934 —Horton Smith 1935 —x-GeneSarazen 1936 —Horton Smith 1937 —Byron Nelson 1938 —Henry Picart 1939 —Ralph Guldahl 1940 —Jimmy Oemaret 1941—Craig Wood 1942 —x-Byron Nelson 1943 —No tournament, wmil 1944 —No tournament, WWII 1945 —No tournament, WWII 1946 —HemanKeiser 1947 —Jimmy Demaret 1948 —Claude Hanron 1949 —Sam Snead 1950 —Jimmy Demerol 1951—Ben Hogan 1952 —Sam Snead 1953 —Ben Hogan 1954 —x-Sam Snead 1955 —Gary MiddlecoH 1956 —Jack BurtceJr. 1957 —Doug Fort 1958 —Arnold Palmer 1959 —Art Wall Jr. 1960 —Amold Palmer 1961 —Gary Player 1962 —x-Amold Palmer 1963 —Jack Nicklaus 1964 —Amold Palmer 1965 —Jack Nicklaus 1966 —x-Jack Nicklaus 1967 —Gay Brewer Jr. 1968 —Bob Goalby 1969 —George Archer 1970 —x-Biily Casper 1971—ChariesCoody 1972 —Jack Nicklaus 1973 —Tommy Aaron 1974 —Gary Player • 1975 —Jack Nicklaus 1976 —Raymond Royd 1977 —Tom Watson 1978 —Gary Player 1979 —x-FuzzyZoeller 1980 —Seve Ballesteros 1981—Tom Watson 1982 —x-CraigStadler 1983 —Seve Ballesteros 1984 —Ben Crenshaw 1985 —Bemhard Unger 1986 —Jack Nicklaus 1987 —x-LarryMize 1988 —Sandy Lyie 1989 —x-NickFaldo 1990 —x-NickFaldo 1991 — lanWoosnam 1992 —Fred Couples 1993 —Bemhard Unger 1994 —Joso Maria Olazabal 1995 —Ben Crenshaw 1996 —Nick Faldo 1997 —Tiger Woods 1998 —Mari(0'Meara 1999 —Jose Maria Olazabal 2000 —Vijay Singh 2001 —Tiger Woods x-won playoH AP sportlight April 9 1946 — The Montreal Canadiens beat the Boston Bnjins 6-3 to win the Stanley Cup in five games. 1947 — Leo Durocher, manager ol the Brooklyn Dodgers, Is suspended for one year by Commissioner A.B. "Happy" Chandler lor "conduct detrimental to baseball." Durocher is linked to gambling interests. Transactions BASEBALL American League ANAHIEM ANGELS—Optioned RHP Steve Green to Salt Uke City ol the POL Recalled INF Urry Barries Irom Salt Uke City. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Purchased the contract ol LHP CO. Sabathia tram Mahoning Valley ol the New Yort<-Penn League. Optioned INF John McDonald to Bullalo ol the International League. Moved OF Dave Roberts Irom the 16- day to the eo -day disabled list. Signed LHP Rich Rodriguez to a minor league contract and assigned him to Akron ol the Eastern League. DETROIT TIGERS—Placed RHP Brian Moehler on the 15-day disabled list. Activated 3B Dean Palmer Irom the 15-day disabled list. Optioned INF Ryan Jackson to Toledo ol the International League. Recalled RHP Victor Santos from Toledo. NEW YORK YANKEES—Activated SS Derek Jeter Irom the IS-day disabled list. Optioned INF D'Angelo Jimenez to Columbus ol the Intema- Uonal League. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Placed RHP Bobby Mlitt on the 15-day disabled list Activated OF Reggie Sanders from the 15-day disabled lisL COLORADO ROCKIES—Placed SS Neili Perez on the IS-day disabled llsL Recalled SS Juan Uribe Irom Carolina ol the Southern League. HOCKEY National Hockey League COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Recalled D Kevin Dahl from Chk»go of the IHL Assigned D Radim BIcanek to Syracuse ol the AHL MINNESOTA WILD-Slgned D Travis Roche. COLLEGE ARIZONA—Announced F Richart JeHerson will lorego his senior year and enter the NBA draH. Lantz-led Jayhawks turn back Aggies, 5-2 COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Doug Lantz pitched a complete game, scattering eight hits as Kansas defeated Texas A&M 5-2 on Sunday. Kevin Wheeler's RBI-single, combined with a Texas A&M fielding error, gave Kansas a 20 lead in the first inning. The Aggies bounced back, scoring runs in the third and fifth innings to tie the score. But in the seventh inning, Kansas used a solo homer by John Nelson and a two-run blast by Ryan Klocksien to pull away Lantz (2-3) had eight strikeouts in the win. Joe Hart (2-4) was tagged with the loss in his three-inning stint. Shockers survive Bradley's rally, 11-8 PEORIA, m. — Wichita State survived a six-run rally in the bottom of the ninth by Bradley to defeat the Braves, 11-8 in a Missouri Valley Conference game at Pete Vonachen Stadium.- The Shockers (25-11 overall, 11-1 MVC) were led by Logan Sorensen's single, double and home run on the day Dustin Hawkins and Ryan Owen also had three hits for Wichita State. Bradley (9-20 overall, 2-9 MVC) trailed 11-2 entering the bottom of the ninth and scored six runs off Shocker reliever Steve Haines. Mike Dennison came in to close out the game and picked up his first save as the Shockers swept the four game series. OSU gets past 'Cats in 10 innings, 4-3 STILLWATER, Okla.— Roy York homered and scored the winning rim as Oklahoma State beat Kansas State 4-3 in 10 innings on Sunday York drove in two runs with his fourth-inning homer to give the Cowboys (26-11,10-8 Big 12) a 3-1 lead. Bentson Oleen doubled in the fifth to score Kasey Weishaar and bring the Wildcats (12-20,4- 14) within 3-2. Weishaar had an RBI single in the seventh to tie the game at 3. In the tenth, York reached base on a double and advanced to third on a fly out. Jimbo McAuliff reached base on a fielder's choice scoring York. Shane Hawk (2-1) got the victory allowing two hits and striking out four in three innings. Scott Tallman (0-1) was the loser, allowing four hits and one run in 3% innings. From Staff and Wire Reports SPORTS DIGEST BERNSTEIN WINS TOP FUEL, — Kenny Bernstein raced to his 54th NHRA victory Sunday beating Andrew Cowin in the Top Fuel final in the Summi- tRacing.com Nationals at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Bernstein, also the 2000 winner, had a quarter-mile run of 4.533 seconds at a top speed of 325.53 mph. Cowin finished in 4.615 seconds at 322.73 mph. Tommy; Johnson Jr., Jeg Coughlin and Bob PaneUa also won their divisions in the $1.9 million event. IROCTO HONOR EARNHARDT BY RUNNING ONE CAR SHORT — The International Race of Champions series wiU honor the late Dale Earnhardt by running one car short for the remaining three races of the season. Earnhardt, a four-time IROC champion, was among the 12-driver field in the first race of the annual four-race all-star series. The Intimidator died Feb. 18 from head injiuries sustained in a wreck on the last turn of the last lap of the Daytona 500. EARNHARDT'S WIFE SEEKS HELP IN AUTOPSY PHOTO FIGHT — Dale Earnhardt's wife appealed again to keep her husband's autopsy photos private, fearing they wiU wind up on the Internet for everyone to see. "I want to let the NASCAR community and the people of Florida know just how much pain , this ordeal is causing my family" Teresa Earnhardt said in a statement released at Martinsville Speedway, site of Sunday's race. Earnhardt was killed Feb. 18 when he crashed during the final lap of the season-opening Daytona 500. Several newspapers and a Web site have sought access to the autopsy photos, saying they wanted a medical expert to review them. HORNISH GETS SECOND IRL VICTORY — Sam Hornish won the inaugural Infiniti Grand Prix at Homestead-Miami Speedway Sunday, giving Panther Racing its third consecutive Indy Racing League triumph. Driving a yellow Pennzoil car, Hornish held off a late push from 20-year-old Sarah Fisher for his second win in two races this year. CASTRONVES HOLDS OFF DA MATTA FOR WIN — Helio Castroneves fought off tenacious Cristiano da Matta and drove away with a victory Sun^ day in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. The two Brazilian^ put on a sensational show over the last half of the 82-lap race on the 1.968-mUe, 12-turn temporary street circuit, but da Matta — the runaway winner of the season-opener last month in Mexico — couldn't make Cas­ troneves flinch. It was the fourth CART series victory for. Castroneves, who earned the • maximum 22 points for the weekend — one for winning the pole, 20 for taking the race and one for leading the most laps. HUDLER IN HOSPITAL WITH RUPTURED ANEURYSM — Anaheim Angels television announcer Rex Hudler was hospitalized Svmday with a ruptured aneurysm and bleeding in the base of the brain. Hudler, who played 13 seasons in the major leagues, began experiencing headaches while doing a radio talk show from his hotel room on Saturday morning. After he- completed the show, he contacted paramedics, who took him t6 the hospital. He was in stable condition and able to move freely The cause of the aneurysm was unknown and he was scheduled for additional tests. Hudler, 40, was in town to broadcast the game against the Oakland Athletics with play-byplay announcer Steve Physioc. JEFFERSON WILL ENTER NBA DRAFT — Forward Richard Jefferson, a key to Ari-; zona's drive to the national championship game, decided to skip his senior season and enter the NBA draft. He earlier said he'd be back next year Jefferson averaged 11.3 points, 5.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 35 games as the Wildcats reached the NCAA final. He shot 47.9 ' percent from the floor and 34.4 percent from three-point range. AUSTRALIA, FRANCE GAIN DAVIS CUP SEMIS — France and Australia produced riveting victories on the road Simday to complete the semifinal field for the Davis Cup. Nicolas Escude won a five-set marathon against George Bastl, sending the French past Switzerland 3-2 in the quarterfinals. France will play the Netherlands in the next round in September. Lleyton Hewitt of Australia beat one of the top clay-court players on his best surface, scoring a straight- sets victory over Gustavo Kuerten of Brazil. The Aussies will play Sweden in the semifinals. The Netherlands and Sweden clinched their series a day earlier

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