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-CB SUNDAY. APRIL 15, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL 9. Tetevlsion Today's schedule SUNDAY, APRIL 15 BASEBALL Noon — Kansas City at Toronto, KMBC, cable Noon — Ptiiladalphla at Atlanta, WTBS, 25. Vp.m..— Chicago White Sox at Minnesota, WGN, 7. 7 p.m. — Texas at Oakland, ESPN, 38. BASKETBALL 11:30 a.m. — New York at Philadelphia, NBC, 3. 2 p.m. — Utah at Minnesota, NBC, 3. 4:30 p.m. — Portland al LA Ukeis, NBC, 3. GOLF 2 p.m. — Countrywide Tradition, ABC, 10. 2 p .m. —WorldCom Classic, CBS,12,13. HOCKEY 2 p.m. — Carolina al New Jersey, ESPN, 38. 7 p.m. — Dallas al Edmonton, ESPN2,39. 10:30 p.m. — Detroit at Los Angeles, ESPN2, 39. TENNIS Noon — Bausch S Lomb Championships, ES­ PN, 38, Baseball MVC iinescores INDIANA STATE 23, WICHITA STATE 7 Indiana Slate 375 502 1 — 23 19 2 Wichita State 112 102 0 — 7 7 6 Thatcher and JeKers; Maureau, Dennison (2), Banick (3) and Becker. WP-Thatcher (2-2). LP-Maureau (5-2). 2B-ISU: Zaucha, Pierce, Hall, Egli; WSIJ; Burgamy, Walter. HR-ISU: Pierce, Jellers, Frome 2. INDIANA STATE 5, WICHITA STATE 3 Indiana Stale 300 020 000 — 5 10 0 Wichita State 200 001 000 — 3 8 1 Soppe, Tingley (8) and VanNatter; Sanders, Haines (9) and Owen. WP-Soppe (2-2). LP- Sanders (2-4). 2B—ISU: Casson, Frome; WSU: McCarty. HR-WSU: Walter. WICHITA STATE 16, INDIANA STATE 9 Friday's game Indiana State 203 200 101—9 13 3 Wichita State 441 250 OOx—16 16 3 Sletler, Woods (5), Sutter (6) and Vannatter; Keller, Hollovy (4), Atkins (8), Dennison (9) and Becker. WP-Hottovy (1-0). LP—Stetter (1-5). HR-WSU: Waller (3), Erstad(l). State college BETHANY 10, KANSAS WESLEY AN 0 Bethany 002 206 — 10 10 1 Kansas Wesleyan 000 000 - 0 3 3 Regan and Nelson; Bethge and Schattenberg. WP—Regan. LP—Bethge. 2B—B: Nelson, Harmison. HR—B: Nelson. FORT HAYS STATE 15, NEBRASKA-KEARNEY 3 Nebraska-Keamey 100 100 1 — 3 5 2 Fort Hays State 530 142 x — 15 12 1 WP-Floyd (8-1). LP-Christiansen (3-1). 2B-NK; Gaarder; FHS: Dreher, Gilstrap, Pedrique. HR-FHS; Hurtado 2, Dreher. FORT HAYS STATE 7, NEBRASKA-KEARNEY 6 Nebraska-Kearney Oil 300 010 — 6 10 1 Fort Hays State 001 140 Olx — 7 10 2 WP-Dill (3-1). LP-West (1-1). 2B-NK: Mader, Molina, Fleshman; FHS: Burton. HR-FHS: Pally, Dreher„Burton. Junior college CLOUD COUNTY 2, BROWN MACKIE 1 Cloud County Oil 00 — 2 5 0 Brown Mackle 000 01 — 1 6 2 I McCarler and Sova; Nadeau and Rodriguez. WP—McCarler (2-1). LP—Nadeau. 2B—CO: Anderson, Riggs. HR—CC: Chambers. ' Game called in bottom ol sixth inning because pf rain. , Records-CC 21-14, BM 5-26. Basketball {NBA standings ' EASTERN CONFERENCE : Atlantic Division 1 W L Pet GB i-Philadalphia 64 25 ,684 — k-Miami 48 31 .608 6 il-NewYork 47 32 .595 7 x-Orlando 42 37 ,532 12 Boston 35 45 ,438 19'/! New Jersey 26 54 ,325 28 Washington 19 60 ,241 35 Central Division W L Pet QB y-Milwaukee 51 29 ,638 — X -TorontO 45 35 .563 6 x-Charlotte 43 36 ,544 7 '/2 x-lndiana 39 40 .494 11'/4 Detroit 32 47 .405 IS'/i Cleveland 28 51 .354 22'/i Atlanta 24 56 .300 27 Chicago 13 66 .165 37 'A WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pel GB y-San Antonio 67 23 .713 — X -Utah 52 27 .658 A'/i x-Dallas 50 29 .633 6V, x-Mlnnesola 46 33 ,582 10'/4 Houston 43 37 .538 14 Denver 39 41 ,488 IB Vancouver 22 57 .278 34% Paclllc Division W L Pet GB x-SacramenIo 54 25 .684 — x-L.A. Lakers 54 26 .675 'A x-Por11and 50 30 ,625 4'A x-Phoenix, 49 30 ,620 5 Seattle 43 37 ,538 11 % LA. Clippers 29 60 ,367 25 Golden Stale 17 62 .215 37 x-clinched playoll spot y-clinched division z-clinched conlerence Friday's Games Washington 113, Orlando 110 New York 101, Atlanta 65 Cleveland 97, New Jersey 91 Toronto 94, Miami 82 Indiana 113 Boston 108, OT Utah 94, Chicago 83 Dallas 101, Sacramento 97 Denver 108, Golden Slate 92 Phoenix 109, Seattle 100 Houston 109, Portland 103 L,A. Clippers 111, Minnesota 105 Saturday's Games Detroit 129, Atlanta 124. OT San Antonio 111, Denver 95 Milwaukee 112. Toronto 86 Houston at Vancouver L,A, Clippers al Golden Stale Sunday's Games New Jersey at Boston. 11:30 a.m. New York at Philadelphia, 11:30 a.m. T STATE COLLEGE Cleveland at Washington, Noon Orlando al Miami, 1 p.m. Indiana at Chicago, 2 p.m. Utah at Minnesota, 2 p.m. PortlandotLA. Lakers,4:30p.m. Charlotte at Detroit, 7 p.m. Dallas at Seattle, 8 p.m. Sacramento at Phoenix, 9 p.m. NBA summaries PISTONS 129, HAWKS 124, OT DETROIT (129) J.Smilh 6-11 3-3 15, Williamson 7-13 9-11 23, B.Wallace 2-4 2-2 6, Atkins 7-18 7-8 21, Stackhouse 12-26 10-12 37, Moore 1-4 4-8 6, Cleaves 2-7 2-2 6, David 3-5 0-0 6, Buechler 0-0 0-0 0, Barros 2-4 1 -1 5, Cardinal 1 -2 2-34. Totals 43-94 40-50 129. ATUNTA(124) Glover 6-12 0-1,12, Wright 11 -19 9 -11 31, Mohammed 6-12 0-10 20, Knight 5-11 5-6 15, Terry 10-19 4-6 25, Bawdier 1-7 0-0 2, Henderson 2-4 1-2 5, Johnson 3-8 0-0 8, Maloney 0-2 0-0 0, Mottola 2-3 2-2 6, Totals 46-97 29-38 124, Detroit 29 30 32 24 14-129 Atlanta 22 31 32 30 9—124 3-Polnt Goals—Detroit 3-13 (Slackhouse 3-7, Cardinal 0 -1, Alkins 0-5), Atlanta 3-14 (Johnson 2-4, Terry 1-6, Bowdler 0 -1, Maloney 0-1, Glover 0-2). Fouled out—J.Smith, Glover, Terry. Rebounds-Detroit 66 (B.Wallace 16), Atlanta 65 (Wright 15), 'Assisls-Delroil 21 (Alkins 7), Atlanta 29 (Knight 11). Total louls—Detroit 28, Atlanta 36. A—17,295 (19,446). SPURS 111, NUGGETS 95 DENVER (9S) McCloud 10-21 1-2 23, Willis 3-8 2-3 8, LaFrentz 4-121-210, Pack 4-14 3 -311, Posey 1 • 5 0-0 2, Lenatd 4-13 2-2 11, Bowen 5-7 2-2 12, Goldwire 6-12 0-0 12, McClinlock 3-4 0-0 6. Totals 40-96 11-14 95. SAN ANTONIO (111) Ferry 2-5 0-0 5, Duncan 5-12 1-2 11, Robinson 9-16 7-10 25, Porter 4-61-2 12, Anderson 6-13 67 20, Elliott 4-5 0-0 12, Rose 1-2 0-0 2, Johnson 2-4 0-0 4, Daniels 3-9 1 -1 7, Walker 3-4 2-2 8, Scott 1-1 0-0 2, Kerr 1-2 0-0 3, Totals 41-78 1824 111. Denver 20 24 20 31— 95 San Antonio 27 28 30 26—111 3-Poinl Goals—Denver 4-21 (McCloud 2-6, LaFrentz 1-3, Lenard 1 -5, Willis 0 -1, Posey 0-1, Pack 0 -1, Goldwire 0-4), San Antonio 11-20 (Elliott 4-4, Porler 3-4, Anderson 2-5, Kerr 1 -1, Ferry 1-3, Daniels 0-3). Fouled out-None. Rebounds—Denver 50 (LaFrentz 9), San Antonio 52 (Duncan 15). Assists—Denver 23 (McCloud 6), San Antonio 34 (Anderson 7). Total louls— Denver 23, San Anlonio 15. A—34,397 (20.657). BUCKS 112, RAPTORS 86 TORONTO (86) Carter 6-20 2-3 14, Oakley 2-6 0-0 4, Davis 4-8 3-3 11, Peterson 1-7 0-0 2, A.Williams 5-11 2-2 12, J.Williams 1 -6 2-4 4, Clark 7 -11 4-618, Childs 0-1 2-2 2, Curry 4-110-110, Monlross 0-0 0-2 0, Murray 3-5 1 -2 7, Stewart 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 34-88 16-25 86, MILWAUKEE (112) Pope 1 -3 0-0 2, Robinson 8-16 1-1 17, S.Williams 4-7 0-0 8, Allen 12-15 4-4 31, Cassell 9-14 0 -1 18, Johnson 1-2 0-0 2, Ham 2-4 0-0 4, Hunter 7 -11 2-3 22, Kersey 3-5 0-0 6, Alston 0-2 2-2 2, PrzybillaO-1 0-0 0. Totals 47-80 9-11 112. Toronto 20 24 20 22— 86 Milwaukee 37 30 20 25-112 3-Poinl Goals—Toronto 2-8 (Curry 2-4, Childs 0 -1, A.Williams 0-1, Carter 0-1, Peterson 0 -1), Milwaukee 9-16 (Hunter 6-7, Allen 3-6, Robinson 0-1, Cassell 0 -1, Alston 0-1, Pope 0 -1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Toronto 43 (Davis 8). Milwaukee 55 (Johnson 10). Assists—Toronto 30 (A.Williams 11), Milwaukee 31 (Cassell 9). Total louls—Toronto 12, Milwaukee 23, Technicals- Oakley, Milwaukee coach Karl, Ham. Flagrant touts-Robinson. A—18,717 (18,717). How to E-mail us: Harold Bechard sjhbechard ® saljournal.com Erik Bonar sjebonar© saljournal.com Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@saljournal,com Arne Green sjargreen @ salJournal.com Larry Moritz sjlmoritz@saljournal.com Christian D Orr sjcorr® salJournal.com Troy Paiensl<e sjtpalenske @ salJournal.com Today's schedule SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 2001 BASEBALL Kansas City at Toronto, noon Tennis High school MCPHERSON INVITATIONAL Team scores Salina Central 83, Hutchinson 79, Winlield 76, McPharson 71, Independence 65, Garden City 64, Salina South 62, Buhler 59, Newton 58, Campus 53, Derby 47, Smoky Valley 44, Great Bend 42, (tie) Liberal, McPherson B 39, Salina Central results Singles 1, Brett Taylor, 4-0 (del. Blocker, GB. 8-1; del, Jelinek, Cam, 8-0; del. Price, SS, 8-4; del, Bair, Buh, 8-7(7-1)) 7, Nathan Martin, 3-2 (del, Mettling, Win, 8-2; del. Freeman, GC, 8-6; lost to Bair, Buh, 8-2; lost to Singleton, Der, 8-6; del, Jelinek, Cam, 8-3) Doubles 10. Cole Graham/Aaron Martin. 3-2 (del, Rider/Steadman, Der. 8-4; lost to Long/Peterman, Hut, 8-2; del. Robl/Feyerherm, SS, 8-3; del. Ciaussen/Rolhrock, McP, 8-1; losi to Slucky/Galindo, GC, 8-7 (7-6). 13, Leighton LaPierre/Jeremy Zimmer, 1-2 (del, KadzA'susi, lnd„ 8-5; lost to Biegert/Johnson, SV, 8-2; lost to Morgan/Seba, GC, 8-3), Salina South results Singles 4. David Price, 3-2 (del. Walker, McP, 8-6; del. Bremyer, McPherson, 8-4; del, McKinney, New, 8-7 (7-3); lost to Taylor, SC, 8-4; lost to Sellers, Hut, 8-3), 21. Kevin Pelzel, 0-2 (lost to Harris, Cam, 8-3; received bye; lost to Mettling, Win, 8-3). Doubles 13. Ben Wilson/Matt Dupy, 1-2: (del. Ward/Adam, Cam, 8-2; lost to Greer/Kliewer, McP, 8-1; lost to Ciaussen/Rolhrock, McP. 8-3), 13, Jon Feyerharm/Pete Robl, 1-2: (del. Noll- singer/Wagnor, McP, 8-6; lost to MelllingA/Vheat- crolt. Win, 8-1; lost to Graham/Martin, SC, 8-3). Sacred Heart results Singles 25, Jimmy McKee, 2-2 (lost to Freeman, GC, 86; lost to Mettling, Win, 8-4; del, Peters, Der, 8-6; del. Winkels, Hut, 8-6). Track College K.T. WOODMAN INVITATIONAL Friday at Wichita's Cessna Stadium MEN 100m — 1, Howell, Friends, 10.48; 2, Swan, Wichita St., 10.52; 3. Frazier. unattached. 10.52, 200m — 1. Powell. Wichila St„ 21.23; 2. McCloud, Cloud Co., 21,38; 3, Swan, Wichita St., 21,49, 400m — 1. Powell, Wichita Sl„ 47.16; 2. Birir. unattached, 47,46; 3, McCloud, Cloud Co,, 47.94. 800m — 1. Lalis, Wichila St., 1:48,26; 2. Davis, Kansas St., 1:52,91; 3, Nagy, Kansas Sl„ 1:5330, 1,500m — 1, Kemeli, unallached, 3:58.60; 2, Sobers, Cloud Co,, 3:69.35; 3. Lewis, Dodge Cily, 4:01,42 3,000m — 1, Silverus, unattached, 8:34.54; 2, Colin, Wichita St., 8:38,72; 3, King, Wichila St., 8:46,57. 110m hurdles — 1. Carvajal. Kansas St., 14.78; 2. Dennis.'Missoun-KC, 14.92; 3. Bowers, Friends. 16.16. 400m hurdles — 1. Carvajal, Kansas St„ 62.04; 2, Reynolds, unallached, 53.01; 3. El-ldris- si, Kansas St., 53.60. 3,000m steeplechase — 1. King, Wichita St., 9:36.24; 2. Combs, Missouri-KC, 9:45.58; 3. Herman, Missouri-KC, 9:54.44. 4x100m relay — 1. Butler County, 41.16; 2. Kansas Slate, 41.73; 3. Kansas City Kansas CC, 41.81. 4x400m relay — 1, Wichita Slate, 3:11.24; 2. Kansas Slate, 3:12.88; 3, Missouri-KC, 3:17.13. High jump — 1. Burney, unattached, 6-10; 2. Hearod, Allen Co., 6-4; 3, Libel, Kansas St., 6-4. Pole vault— t.BarkoU, unattached, 16-6'.'.; 2. Mueller, Friends, 16-'/.; 3. Gruenbacher, Kansas SL, 15-1. Long lump — 1. Price, Cloud Co., 22-614; 2. Griggs, Kansas St., 21-10%; 3. Carroll, Kansas Cily Kansas CC, 21-10'/., Triple jump — 1. Mordel, Kansas St., 47-5'/.; 2. Jamison, Kansas St., 47-3; 3. Thompson, Kansas City Kansas CC, 46-6'/., Shot put — 1. Sisney, Kansas St., 63-7',4; 2. Johnson, Wichita Sl„ 48 -'/i; 3, Spaxarth, Wichila St., 42-9'.'.. Discus — 1. Sisney, Kansas St., 167-4; 2. Johnson, Wichila St., 168-3; 3. Moore, Wichila St.. 155-9, Hammer — 1. Janson, unallached, 191-0; 2. Cook, unattached, 180-2; 3. Sisney, Kansas St., 178-11. Javelin — 1. Lehman, unattached, 242-3; 2. Waile, Butler Co., 193-4; 3. Smith, Kansas SL, 186-4. WOMEN 100m — 1. Onyebuchl, Kansas St., 11.96; 2. Hill, Kansas St., 11.97; 3. Tigner, Missouri-KC, 12.30. 200m — 1. Burell, Nike, 23,73; 2, Hill, Kansas SL, 24.73; 3. Ibe, Missouri-KC 26,11. 400m — 1. Daniel, Missouri-KC, 66.30; 2. Grose, Kansas SL, 66.43; 3. Degenhardt, Missouri-KC, 68.64. 800m — 1. Brandt, Wichila St., 2:16.88; 2. Rezgale, Wichila Si., 2:21.28; 3. Whiteside, Wichita SL, 2:21,88. 1,500m — 1. Rezgale, Wichita St., 4:46.56; 2. Holaton, Kansas St., 4:53,27; 3. Whiteside, Wichita St., 4:55.36. 3,000m — 1. Dekker, Wichila St., 10:27.66; 2. Daltillo, Wichita St., 11:03.05; 3. Harger, Colby, 11:13.91. 100m hurdles — 1. Burell, Nike, 13.76; 2. Kennedy, Kansas St., 14.68; 3. Webb, Wichita St., 14.89. 400m hurdles - 1. Webb, Wichila St., 1:06.97; 2. Dickerson, Cloud Co., 1:07.14; 3. Johnson, Buller Co, 1:13.86. 4x100m relay — 1. Kansas Slate, 46.64; 2. Missouri-KC, 47.36; 3. Butler County, 49.19. 4x400m relay — 1. Missouri-KC, 3:49.85; 2. Kansas St., 3:52.91; 3. Buller County, 4:15.33. High lump - 1. Webb, Wichila St., 5-8; 2. High, Kansas St., 5-8; 3. Burell, Nike, 5-4. Pole vault — 1. Welsh, Kansas St., 11-5>/.; 2. James, Kansas St., 10-11'/.; 3. Moore, Kansas SI,, 10-0. Long lump — 1. Evurunobi, Kansas St., 196'/.; 2. Martin, Butler Co., 19-'/.; 3. Yost. Wichila SL, 17-9'/.. Triple jump — 1. Yost, Wichita St., 39-10; 2. Ingram, Kansas SL, 37-9'.'i; 3. Slunkel, Cloud Co., 36-0. Shot put - 1. Green, Kansas SL, 62-7'/,S; 2. Rillel, Kansas St., 66-3'/>; 3. McNeal, Missouri- KC, 38-4'/.. Discus — 1. McNeal, Missouri-KC, 153-7; 2. Mikos, Kansas St., 149-4; 3. Green, Kansas St., 147-10. Hammer — 1, Mikos, Kansas St., 178-6; 2. Green, Kansas St.. 172-1; 3. Peterson, Wichita SI, 166-3. Javelin — 1. Berry, Wichita St., 146-7; 2, Peterson, Kansas SL, 145-10; 3. Alpers, Kansas St., 140-8. Auto racing NASCAR PEPSI 300 RESULTS At Nashville Superspeedway Nashville, Tenn. 1. (4) Greg Billlo, Ford, mnning, S59,620. 2. (12) Jason Keller, Ford, running, S63,560. 3. (5) ScollWimmer, Ponliac, running, $24,076. 4. (7) Randy LaJoie, Chevrolet, running, $26,500. 5. (11) Elton Sawyer, Ford, running, $25,970. 6. (28) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, running, $17,750. 7. (1) Kevin Han/ick, Chevrolet, running, $16,550. 8. (2) Jell Green, Ford, rannlng, $25,650. 9. (24) Mike McLaughlin, Ponliac, running, $14,676, 10. (8) Todd Bodine, Chevrolet, running, $18,350. 11. (21) Frank Kimmel, Chevrolet, running, $12,226. 12. (33) Rich Bickle, Chevrolet, running, $16,150. 13. (32) Brad Baker, Chevrolet, running, $10,895. 14. (26) Jell Purvis, Ponliac, running, $14,820. 15. (20) Kevin Lepage, Ford, running, $11,345. 16. (35) Tim Sauter, Chevrolet, running, $10,670. 17. (16) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, running, $14,595. 18. (36) Tim Fedewa, Chevrolet, running, $20,020. 19. (7) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, running, $13,445. 20. (17) Bobby Hamilton, Sr., Chovrolet, running, $10,925. 21. (19) Mark Green, ChevroleL running, $11,595. 22. (34) Sleadman Merlin, Ford, running, $10,305, 23. (30) Marty Houston, Chevrolet, running, $10,270. 24. (23) David Green, Chevrolet, running, $11,216. 25. (29) Hank Parker, Jr., Chevrolet, running, $16,770, 26. (3) Bobby Hamilton, Jr„ Chevrolet, running, $11,135, 27. (10) Chad Lillle, Chevrolel, running, $8,100, 28. (31) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolel, accident, $11,070, 29. (14) Larry FoyI, Ponliac, accident, $8,030. 30. (27) Shane Hall, Ford, accident, $11,065. 31. (39) Mark Day, Chevrolet, accident, $7,925. 32. (22) David Donohue, Chevrolel, rannlng, $9,905. 33. (26) Andy Santerre, Chevrolel, accident, $7,885. 34. (13) Kevin Grabb, Chevrolet, accident, $10,860. 35. (42) Dan Pardus, Chevrolet, accident, $7,840. 36. (15) Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, engine, $10,820. 37. (37) Clay Rogers, Chevrolet, accident, $7,800. 38. (40) A.J. Frank, Chevrolet, accident, $7,780. 39. (9) Jay Sauter, Chevrolet, engine, $10,760. 40. (41) Mike Harmon, Ponliac, accident, $7,740. 41. (43) Jell Streeler, Ponliac, accident, $7,720. 42. (6) Ashton Lewis, Jr., Chevrolet, accident, $7,700. 43. (38) Shawna Robinson, Chevrolet, accident, $7,680. Race Statistics Time of Race; 2 hours, 50 minutes, 8 seconds. Margin of Victory: .602 seconds Caution Flags: 11 for 58 laps. Lead Changes: 15 among 10 drivers. Lap Leaders: Kevin Han/ick Pole-5, Bobby Hamilton, Jr. 6-15, Jeff Green 16-55, Greg Biflle 56-59, Green 60-65, Billle 66-72, Green 73-77, Jay Sauter, 78, Bllfle 79-153, Scott Wimmer 154155, Mike i;<cUughlin 156-157, Kevin Grabb 158, Frank Kimmer 159-162, Billle 163-170, Jason Keller 171-186, Bllfle 187-225 Top 10 In Points; K.Harvick, 1,248; J.Keller, 1,157; G.Billle, 1,156; J.Green, 1,070; M.McLaughlin, 1,013; J.Johnson, 999; J.Purvis, 979; T.Bodine, 943, R.UJole, 935 and S.Wim- mer, 935. Formula One SAN MARINO GRAND PRIX Today at Imola, Italy Enzo and Dlno Ferrari Circuit Lap length: 3.066 miles 1. David Coullhard, Britain, McLaren-Mercedes, 1:23.054,132.894 mph. 2. Mika Hakkinen, Finland, McLaren-Mercedes, 1:23.282. 3. Rail Schumacher, Germany, Williams-BMW, 1:23.357. ' 4. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Ferrari, 1:23.593. 5. Jarno Traill, Italy, Jordan-Honda, 1:23.668. 6. Rubens Barrichello, Brazil, Ferrari, 1:23.786. 7. Juan Pablo Monloya, Colombia, Williams- BMW, 1:24.141. 8. Olivier Panis, France, BAR-Honda, 1:24.213 9. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, Jordan- Honda, 1:24.436. 10. Kimi Ralkkonen, Finland, Sauber-Petronas, 1:24.671. 11. Jacques Villeneuve, Canada, BAR-Honda, 1:24.769. 12. Nick Heidleld, Germany, Sauber-Petronas, 1:25.007. 13. Eddie Irvine, Britain, Jaguar, 1:25.392. 14. Jean Alesi, France, Prost-Acer, 1:25.411. 15. Luciano Buhl, Brazil, Jaguar, 1:25.572. 16. Enrique Bernoldi, Brazil, Arrows-Asiatech, 1:25.872. 17. Jos Verstappen, Netheriands, Arrows-Asiat­ ech, 1:26.062. 18. Fernando Alonso, Spain, European Minardi, 1:26.855. 19. Giancarlo FJsichella, Italy, Benetton-Re­ nault, 1:26.902. 20. Gaston Mazzacane, Argentina, Prost-Acer, 1:27.750. 21. Jensen Button, Britain, Benetton-Renault, 1:27.758. 22. Tarso Marques, Brazil, European Minardi, 1:28.281. Golf PGA scores WORLDCOM CLASSIC At Harbour Town Golf Links Hilton Head fsland S.C. Purse: S3.5 million Yardage: 6973; Par: 71 Third Round Vijay Singh 65-68-67-200 Billy Maylair 65-68-69—202 Jose Coceres 68-70-64—202 Tom Lehman 66-66-72—204 Scott Verplank 68-67-69—204 Mike Sposa 67-67-70—204 Len Mattiace 68-68-68—204 Glen Day 70-68-67-205 Cart Paulson 71-63-71—205 Bornhard Unger 69-69-67-205 Billy Andrade 66-67-73—206 Davis Love III 68-67-71—206 Mark Brooks 66-69-71—206 Michael Campbell 72-65-69—200 Greg Chalmers 66-71-69—206 Bob Estes 70-69-67—206 Dudley Hart 66-71-69—206 John Daly 73-66-67—206 Dennis Paulson 71-68-67—206 Scott Hoch 67-69-71—207 Brad Elder 66-69-72-207 Leo Janzen 69-71 -67—207 Mark Calcavecchia 66-71-71-208 John Cook 69-66-73—208 PaulAzinger 69-71-68—208 Corey Pavin 69-70-69—208 Jasper Parnevik 68-69-72-209 .Joe Durant 69-68-72—209 Chris Smith 71-66-72-209 Ted Tryba 69-70-70—209 Skip Kendall 72-66-71-209 Stophen Ames 71 -69-69-209 Tom Scherrer 69-70-70—209 David Frost 69-69-72-210 BobTway 69-68-73-210 Garrett Willis 70-68-72—210 Brian Gay 67-71-72-210 Stewart Clnk 69-71-70—210 Thomas Bjorn 69-70-71—210 Todd Barranger 68-73-69—210 Bob May 69-71-70—210 D.A. Welbring 69-73-68—210 Rocco Mediate 66-71-74—211 Chris Riley 68-68-75—211 Joel Edwards 74-65-72-211 JellSluman 67-71-73—211 Fulton Allem 73-67-71-211 Greg Norman 69-71-71—211 Nick Price 70-72-69—211 Nick Faldo 70-71-70—211 Doug Dunakey 65-71-76—212 Fred Funk 68-72-72—212 Steve Lowory 71-68-73—212 Loren Roberts 67-73-72—212 Steve Flesch 71-69-72-212 MariiWieba 71-71-70—212 Neal Lancaster 67-75-70—212 Cameron Beckman 70-69-74—213 Michael Clark II 73-68-72—213 Tommy Armour III 66-74-73—213 Padraig Harrington 70-71-72—213 Shaun Michael 72-69-72—213 Brandel Chamblee 70-71-72—213 Robert Allenby 71-69-74—214 Glen Hnatluk 67-72-75-214 Jay Haas 71-71-72-214 Robert Damron 71-71-72—214 Jimmy Green 71-71-72—214 Franklin Langham 69-70-76—215 Jay Don Blake 74-68-73—215 Caries Franco 67-72-76—215 Craig Bariow 73-69-73—215 Chris Perry 72-70-73—215 Bob Burns 68-74-75—217 Brad Faxon 69-72-77—218 Senior scores THE TRADITION At Desert Mountain Cochise Course Scottsdale, Ariz. Purse: $1.7 million Yardage: 6961; Par: 72 Third Round DougTewell 66-67-70-203 Larry Nelson 72-64-69—205 Mike McCullough 67-69-69—205 Tom Wargo 67-69-71—207 Hale Invin 70-68-70—208 Jim Ahern 69-74-66—209 Howard Twilty 73-68-69—210 J.C Snead 70-71-69—210 John Jacobs 69-71-70—210 John Bland 73-66-71—210 Allen Doyle 71-66-73—210 Brace Fleisher 71-67-72—210 Jim Colbert 72-70-69—211 Terry Dill 68-72-71-2ir Gil Morgan 69-69-73-211 Hubert Green 70-69-72-211 Jim Thorpe 69-77-66—212 Tom Kile 72-72-68—212 JimHollgrieve 68-72-72-212 Jerry McGee 70-73-70—213 Jose Maria Canizares 69-73-71—213 Walter Hall 72-70-71—213 BobGildar 68-73-72—213 DeWitt Weaver 72-73-69—214 Dave Elchelberger 75-72-67—214 Ed Dougherty 70-70-74—214 Terry Mauney 77-69-69—215 Bobby Walzel 71-73-71—215 Ray Floyd 76-71-68—215 Frank Conner 71-70-74-215 DanaQuigley 78-71-66—216 Tom Jenkins 70-70-76—215 BillBrask 71-79-65—215 Brace Summertiays 76-70-70—216 JackNlcklaus 73-73-70—216 Gary Player 72-72-72—216 LannyWadklns 73-74-69—216 Walt Morgan 72-72-72—216 Bob Eastwood 76-67-73—216 Stewart Ginn 71-70-75—216 Bob Dickson 75-72-70—217 Vicente Fernandez 76-73-68—217 Dale Douglass 70-71-75-217 Leonard Thompson 72-73-73—218 IsaoAoki 75-71-72-218 John Schroeder 70-76-72—218 Tom McGlnnis 72-71-75—218 Graham Marsh 75-68-75—218 Joe Inman 75-71-73—219 Andy North 73-73-73—219 Tom Shaw 72-76-71—219 Mike Smith 73-73-74—220 Lon Hinkle 75-72-73—220 Hugh Balocchi 77-70-73—220 Dave Stockton 75-74-71—220 Chi Chi Rodriguez 74-74-73—221 Steve Veriato 73-77-72—222 Jim Albus 72-74-77—223 UrtyZiegler 73-74-76—223 Mark Hayes 76-73-74—223 David Lundslrom 74-76-73—223 Bob Murphy 75-75-73-223 Jesse Palino 73-75-76—224 LPGA scores OFFICE DEPOT CLASSIC At Wilshire Country Club Los Angeles Purse: SBOO.OOO Yardage: 6,349; Par 72 Final Round a-denotes amateur x-Annlka Sorenstam, $120,000 71-73-66—210 Mi Hyun Kim, $74,474 70-75-65—210 Pal Hurst, $64,346 67-67-77—211 Michele Redman, $42,269 71-70-71—212 Dina Ammaccapane, $31,198 69-73-71—213 Lisetotte Neumann, $31,198 70-67-76—213 Janice Moodie, $21,201 74-73-67—214 Julilnkstor, $21,201 72-74-68—214 KristlAlbers, $21,201 69-72-73—214 Dorothy Delasin, $14,894 71-74-70—215 Peari Sinn, $14,894 74-70-71—215 Chariotta Sorenstam, $14,894 71-73-71-216 Kathryn Marshall, $14,894 75-67-73—215 Penny Hammel, $10,638 70-78-68—216 Rosie Jones, $10,638 72-75-69—216 Doltie Pepper, $10,638 71-75-70—216 Michelle McGann, $10,638 69-77-70—216 Michelle Estill, $10,638 72-73-71—216 Brandle Burton, $10,638 71-73-72—216 Luciana Bemvenuli, $10,638 72-71-73—216 a-Candie Kung 74-74-69—217 Mhairi McKay, $8,466 77-68-72—217 Danielle Ammaccapane, $8,466 72-73-72—217 Vicki Goetze-Ackerman, $8,466 74-70-73—217 Heather Bowie, $7,205 75-72-71—218 Wendy Doolan, $7,205 71-76-71—218 MardI Lunn, $7,205 75-71-72-218 Betsy King, $7,206 75-70-73—218 Marianne Morris, $7,205 74-71-73—218 Angela Slanlord, $7,205 76-66-76-218 Diana D'Alessio, $5,721 75-74-70—219 Kris Tschetter, $6,721 78-70-71—219 Emilee Klein, $5,721 74-73-72—219 Jen Hanna, $5,721 71-76-72—219 Uura Diaz, $5,721 74-72-73—219 Hee-Won Han, $5,721 72-72-75—219 Mamie McGuire, $5,721 69-75-76—219 Jeong Jang, $4,324 74-75-71—220 Marcy Newton, $4,324 77-71-72—220 Jonniler Hubbard, $4,324 76-71-73—220 A.J. Eathorne, $4,324 72-74-74—220 Donna Andrews, $4,324 76-68-76—220 Jane Crafter, $4,324 75-69-76—220 Wendy'Ward,'$4,324 73-71-76—220 Karen Stupples, $3,300 76-73-72-221 Helen Allredsson, $3,300 75-74-72—221 Amy Fmhwirth, $3,300 75-73-73—221 Vicki Fergon, $3,300 73-73-75—221 Karen Weiss, $3,300 75-70-76—221 Marisa Baena, $2,669 77-71-74—222 Rachel Teske, $2;669 71-77-74—222 Stolania Grace, $2,669 73-74-75—222 Michelle Ellis, $2,173 76-73-74—223 Jackie Gallagher-Smith, $2,173 75-73-75—223 Patti Uscio, $2,173 75-71-77—223 Kristal Parker, $2,173 75-71-77—223 Alicia DibOS, $2,173 71-74-78-223 Grace Park, $1,506 76-73-75-224 Marilyn Lovander, $1,506 75-74-75—224 Caroline McMillan, $1,506 73-76-75—224 State college EMPORIA STATE 8, KANSAS WESLEYAN 2 Kansas Wesleyan 000 002 0 — 2 2 1 Emporia State 100 052 x — 8 8 4 Worthy and Clifton; Miller and Bealtie. W — Miller (5-5). L — Worthy. 2B — ES, Fatwell. 3B — KW, Gallegos. HR — Wallers. EMPORIA STATE 8, KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 Kansas Wesleyan 000 00 — 0 4 4 Emporia State 103 4x — 8 6 0 Heishman, Correll (2) and Farmer; Elsasserand Beattie. W — Elsasser (6-3). L — Heishman. 2B — ES, Wallers, BeatUe. Records —KWU 4-18, ESU 15-16. FORT HAYS STATE 4, COLORADO MINES 3 Colorado Mines 010 000 2-3 S 3 Fort Hays Stale . 000 111 1 — 4 10 1 WP—Sander (9-12). LP-deBesche. 2B— FHS: Boiler, Vamum. 3B—FHS: Divine. FORT HAYS STATE 5, COLORADO MINES 0 Colorado Mines 000 000 0 — 0 1 3 Fort Hays State 111 002 x — 5 9 1 WP—Rothemeyer (12-9). LP—deBesche. 2B—FHS: Voss. Records — Fort Hays Stale 25-28; Colorado Mines 13-23. Football XFL playoffs Semifinals Saturday, April 14 San Francisco 26, Oriando 25 Sunday, April 15 Chicago at Los Angeles, 6 p.m. Championship Sunday, April 21 San Francisco vs. Chlcago-Los Angeles winner, 7 p.m. College NEBRASKA SPRING GAME RED 16, WHITE 7 While Red First downs 14 15 Rushes-yards 52-99 46-156 Passing 68 103 Comp-AII-lnl 10-4-0 15-9-0 Return Yards 7-64 5-27 Punls-Avg. 8-35.6 4-44.3 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penallies-Yards 5-44 4-31 Time ol Possession 31:53 28:07 While 0 7 0 0 —7 Red 7 6 0 3 — 16 First Quarter Red—Diedrick, 6 run (DeAngells kick), 6:55 Second Quarter While—Miller, 8 ran (Brown kick), 11:07 Red—FG DeAngells 37, 7:38 Red-FG DeAngells 48, :23 Fourth Quarter Red-FG DeAngells 37,11:54 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—While: Collins 13-55, Miller 11-49, Reese 2-8, Long 1-7, Gragert, 2-7, Chrisman, 10- (mlnus 5), Lindstrom, 13-(minus 22); Red: Diedrick 18-52, Lord 11-46, Albertson 7-26, Kriewald 1-14, Srixby 4-14, Kast11-3, Huxoll 3-3, Krismanl-(minus2). PASSING-White: Chrisman 1-6-0,22 Lindstrom 3-4-0,46; Red: Lord 7-11 -0,71, Huxoll 2-30,32, Chrisman 0-1-0,0. RECEIVING-While: O'Holleran 1-35, Collins 1-22, Cook 1-6, Brawn 1-5; Red: Thomas 4-47, Wlslram 2-25, McGowan 1-26, Mikluscak 1-6, Grixby! "(minus 1). Hockey NHL playoffs Saturday's games Pittsburgh 2, Washington 1, series tied 1-1 Buliato 4, Philadelphia 3, OT. Buffalo leads series 2-0 Detroit 4, Los Angeles 0, Detroit leads series 2-0 San Jose 1, St. Louis 0, series tied 1-1 Edmonton 4, Dallas 3, series tied 1-1 Toronto 3, Ottawa 0, Toronto leads series 2-0 Vancouver at Colorado Today 's games Carolina al New Jersey, 2 p.m. Dallas at Edmonton, 7 p.m. Detroit at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. General AP Sportlight By The Associated Press April 15 1984 — Ben Crenshaw wins the Masters by two strokes over Tom Watson. 1991 — Magic Johnson sets an NBA record for career assisls in a 1 1 2-106 victory over the Dallas Mavericks. Johnson, needing nine assists to break Oscar Robertson's record of 9,887, gets 19. 1993 — Sparky Anderson earns his 2,000th victory as a manager as the Detroit Tigers rally to beat the Oakland Athletics 3-2. 1993 — Andre Dawson becomes the 25th player to hit 400 career home runs as the Boston Red Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 4-3. 1995 — Glen Rice scores 56 points to lead the Miami Heat to a 123-117 victory over the Ortando Magic. 1998 — The lirsi AL-NL doubleheader is held in New Yorit's Shea Stadium. The New York Yankees beat the Anaheim Angels 6-3 and the New Yort< Mets beat the Chicago Cubs 2-1. 2000 — Cal Ripken becomes the 24lh player to reach 3,000 hits when he lines a clean single to center oft Minnesota reliever Hector Carrasco. He reaches the milestone with his third hit in a 6-4 victory over the Twins and becomes the seventh player in major league history to get 3,000 hits and 400 home runs. Transactions BASEBALL American League OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Reoallad RHP Luis Vizcaino from Sacramento of the PCL Optioned OF Ryan Christonson to Sacramento. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MILWAUKEE BUCKS—Placed F Tim Thomas on the injured list. Activated F Jerome Kersey. FOOTBALL National Football League NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed RB Chris Fuamatu-Ma'aiala to a one-year contract oiler sheet. COLLEGE TEXAS TECH—Named Chris Beard men's assistant basketball coach. Ottawa football coach abruptly resigns Senter cites differences with athletic director; attempt to rescind resignation denied By GREG MAST Hniris News Service OTTAWA — The Ottawa University football players want a coach to get behind. That is the message that All-American safety Raul Salas delivered Thursday, the day after OU football coach Brad Senter resigned after just over two months on the job. Senter said he had problems meshing with OU athletics director Ted Chapman, which led to his resignation. He later tried to rescind his resignation, but was not allowed to, he said. "We don't know all the facts," Salas said. "This is out of our control. We need to concentrate on what we can do. We need to get behind (whoever the coach is) all the way. A lot of guys are upset about it." Senter said he felt that his ideas were being stonewalled by Chapman. Senter said when he was hired on Feb. 1, his mission was to build a championship program. Ottawa was coming off a 9-2 season that saw the Braves reach the NAIA playoffs for the second time in four years. "I had a vision," he said. "I was led to believe I could run with (my ideas). There are a lot of internal issues going on in the athletic department. "Things did not work. There were problems between Ted Chapman and myself." Chapman would not comment about that. "I can't comment on personnel issues," Chapman said on Thursday "It is a university policy to not comment on personnel issues. Coach Senter resigned yesterday to pursue other coaching opportunities. We wish him well." Salas said the players should not get in the middle of that dispute. "As a team we need to keep our mouths shut," he said. "(The administration) is looking out for our best interests. We are trying to stay (positive). "We need a leader." Chapman said a search is under way to name a new head coach, the third in five months. Former head coach Chris Creighton left in December to take a job at Wabash College in Indiana. "It comes at a bad time," Chapman said. "We have to proceed. We've made a couple of inquiries." Senter said he felt undermined by Chapman in the last six weeks. "Beginning the first of March, that the downward spiral process (started)," Senter said. "I had presented him a scholarship package. It was well-researched. "Ted did not submit that to the committee." Another issue came up over the hiring of Wendell Smith, a part-time coach under Creighton. Smith, who teaches and coaches at Paola High School, was not to become a full-time coach until summer Senter said Smith's contract called for him to work minimal hours during the spring, when he needed help with recruiting. "Recruiting is the most important part of a football program," Senter saidi "That put immense pressure on me to recruit (by myselQ." Smith resigned after being asked to spend more time working with Senter. Senter said the football players, who are caught in the middle of this power struggle, were not part of the problem. "I was excited about working with them," he said. "There are no renegades. They are a lot like brothers. They were excited about working with me." Because of that, Senter said he tried to withdraw his resignation on Thursday "I had requested to be reinstated," he said. (Ted) told me he would not. It is an unfortunate (situation)." SPORTS DIGEST BUSCH ROOKIE BIFFLEWINS PEPSI 300 FOR FIRST SERIES VICTORY — Greg Biffle raced to his first Busch Series victory Saturday, holding off Jason Keller in the Pepsi 300 at the new Nashville Superspeedway Biffle was making his eighth start since moving up from the Craftsman Truck Series for Roush Racing. Only Johnny Rumley, who won his seventh start in 1993, has won quicker in this series. KeUer finished second for his third top-five finish this season. Rookie Scott Wimmer was third. BASEBALL LEGEND WILLIE STARGELL EULOGIZED BY FELLOW HALL OF FAMERS — At Wilmington, N.C., friends and baseball rivals remembered the joy Willie Stargell brought to life and the game at a funeral Saturday for the Pittsburgh Pirates' legend. "He was my hero. He's the reason I wore No. 8," fellow baseball Hall of Famer and television commentator Joe Morgan told a packed congregation at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. StargeU, the slugger who led the Pittsburgh Pirates to two World Series victories with home runs and classy calm, died Monday at age 61. He had suffered with a kidney disorder for several years. STRAWBERRY TALKS ABOUT DEMONS OFF THE DIAMOND — Baseball was the easy part for eight-time AU-Star Darryl Strawberry, the former Yankee slugger who is in a Tampa hospital in the fight of his life to beat drugs, cancer and possibly prison. "Drinking and drugging, that was the big deep hole," Strawberry says in an interview airing today on "60 Minutes." "Women, you know, not one, not two, but you know, women, women, women and I just couldn't get myself away from it. 1 was addicted to it. "I was addicted to the women. I was addicted to the drinking. I was addicted to the drugs." In the CBS show. Strawberry 39, talks about his battles with cocaine and colon cancer and his latest flight from court-ordered drug rehabilitation. DETROIT WINS ABA CHAMPIONSHIP — At Kansas City, Mo., Gee Gervin, the son of former NBA great George Gervin, had 19 points and nine assists to lead the Detroit Dogs to a 107-91 victory over the Chicago Sky- liners for the American Basketball Association championship on Saturday The elder Gervin, who is the San Antonio Spurs all-time leading scorer with 23,602 points, coaches the Dogs. It was announced there were 2,034 tickets sold, but less than 500 people were in Kemper Arena, which seats more than 19,000. BEARD JOINS TEXAS TECH PROGRAM AS ASSISTANT COACH — Chris Beard, former head coach at Seminole State College (Okla.), will join the Texas Tech men's basketball program as the team's fourth assistant, school officials said Saturday Beard joins Pat Knight, Bob Beyer and Les Fertig. "I couldn't be happier with these guys," head coach Bob Knight said. "We have the same beliefs in what we want to accomplish. They know how to work in the type of program I run." Before coaching at Seminole, Beard was head coach for a season at Fort Scott CC. BAFFERT HORSE WINS WOOD MEMORIAL; PINCAY WINS BLUE GRASS — Bob Baffert has another horse in top form for the Kentucky Derby Congaree took command midway around the far turn and puUed off to a 2%-length victory over odds-on favorite Monar- chos in the $750,000 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct on Saturday Baffert also trains early Derby favorite Point Given, the best colt in the West. In Saturday's other Derby preps. Millennium Wind won the Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland with 54- year-old Laffit Pincay aboard, and Balto Star won the Arkansas Derby at Oaklawn Park. WUSA MAKES ITS DEBUT — The spirit of the 1999 World Cup lived again at RFK Stadium. Only, it wasn't Mia and Brandi. It was Mia vs. Brandi. And Mia got the call. The two biggest names in women's soccer went one-on-one in the penalty area. Mia Hamm had the ball. Brandi Chastain made the tackle. Hamm went down. The referee called it a penalty Chastain flailed her arms in disbelief And that led to the first and only goal in the first game of the first major women's professional soccer league in the United States. Brazilian star Pretinha make the penalty kick resulting from Chastain's foul, and Hamm's Washington Freedom beat the Bay Area CyberRays 1-0.

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