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C2 FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 2001 SCOREBOARD THE SAUNA JOURNAI Television Today's schedule FRrOAY, APRIL 20 AUTO RACING « pjn. — NASCAR. Wnaon Cup. puaKying lor TaladegaSOO. fX. cable 28. BASEBALL 6 pja — Major Leagues. Marts al PtMatiei- pt«a.Vk7BS. cable 25. 6 pjn. — Major Leagues, Chicago Cubs al PitSburgh. WGN. cable 7. BASKETBALL lO-JO aJFL — WNBA draft. ESPN2. cable 39. BOXING 3 pjn. — Bronco McKaft vs. Michael Lerma. ESPNZcaOle39. GOLF 3 pjTi. — PGA. Houston Open. FSRM. cable 55. HOCKEY 6:30 pjn. — NHL. Carolina at New Jersey. ES­ PN, cable 33. TENNIS H ajn. — Women's. Family Orde Cup. FSRM. cable 55. 12 :30 pm. — Tennis Masters Senes Morte Carlo. ESPN, cable 36, Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB Boston 12 i .750 — Toronto 11 5 .688 Ne# Yot* 9 7 .563 3 Baltimore 6 10 .375 6 Tampa Bay 4 12 .250 8 Central Division W L Pet GB Mtnnesota 11 3 .786 — Cleveland 8 6 .571 3 Chicago 6 8 .429 5 Detroit 5 9 .357 6 Kansas City 4 11 .267 TA West Division W L Pet GB Seattle 12 4 .750 — Texas 8 9 .471 4'A Anaheim 7 9 .438 5 OaWarxJ 5 11 .313 6'A Wednesday's results Minnesota 5. Kansas Oty 3 Toronto 7. New York 2 Cleveland 4. Baltimore 1 Chicago 6. Detroit 4 Boston 9, Tampa Bay 1 Texas 8. Seattle 6 Anaheim 3. Oakland 2 Thursday's results Cleveland 11, Baltimore 5 Oakland 9, Texas 5 Seattle 3, Anaheim 2 Chicago 3, Detroit 1 Boston e, Tampa Bay 3 New York 6, Toronto 5,17 innings Friday's games Boston (Nomo 2-0) at New York (Pettitle 2-1), 6;05 p.m. Detroit (Sparks 1-1) at Cleveland (Finley 1-2), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Roberts 1 -0) at Tampa Bay (Rekar 01), 6:16 p.m. Oakland (Heredia 0-3) at Texas (Oliver 3^)), 7:05 p.m. Toronto (Carpenter 1-1) at Kansas City (Suzuki 1-0). 7:05 p.m. Minnesota (Radke 3^) at Chicago (Parque 01), 7:05 p.m. Anaheim (Rapp 0-2) at Seattle (Halama 1-1). 9:05 pja NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division 2-3 1 0 0 0 W L Pet GB Philadelphia 8 6 .571 — Atlanta 8 8 .500 1 Montreal B 8 .500 1 Florida 6 9 .400 2'/! New York 6 9 .400 2',4 Central Division W L Pet GB Chicago 10 5 .667 — Houston 8 6 .571 1% Cincinnati 8 7 .533 2 Milwaukee 7 6 .467 3 SI Louis 7 8 .467 3 Pittsburgh 6 8 .429 West Division W L Pet GB San Francisco 9 5 .643 — Colorado 9 6 .600 Los Angeles 7 8 .467 2'.^ Arizona 6 9 .400 3'^ San Diego 6 g .400 3',i Wednesday's results Atlanta 1. Ftohda 0 Montreal 7, New York 1 Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3, Ist game Chicago 5. Philadelphia 3. 2nd game Pittsburgh 8, Houston 4 Milwaukee 7, Cincinnati 4 SL Louis 3. Arizona 1 Cotoiado 8, San Diego 0 San Francisco 5, Los Angeles 4 Thursday's results Colorado 4, San Diego 0 Ftorida 5, Montreal 2 Los Angeles al San Francisco, (n) Friday's games Momreal (Annas Jr. 0-3) al Florida (Grilli 1-1). 6:05 p.m. New York (Leiter 0-2) al Cincinnati (Fernandez 2-1), 6:05 p.m. Chicago (Lieber 0-1) al Pittsburgh (Itertinez 00), 6:05 p.m. Atlanta (Millwood 0-2) at Philadelphia (Daal 10), 6:05 p.m. St Louis (Ankiel 1-1) al Houston (Elarton 2-1), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Bohanon 0-2) al Arizona (Schilling 20), 9:05 p.m. San Diego (Tollberg 1 -0) at Los Angeles (Brown 1-1). 9:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Haynes 1-1) at San Francisco (Gardner 0-1). 9:35 p.m. American League INDIANS 11, ORIOLES 5 CLEVEUND BALTIMORE ab r h bi 6 110 4 10 1 5 12 0 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 112 5 2 3 2 5 2 3 4 2 0 0 0 5 112 Lofton d JolCbra ss RAImr2t) JGnzlez rl JaCnjz rl Burks It WCrdro lb MCdva* BmyanSb EADiazc BKAsnil Hairstn 2b Bordick ss Gbbonspti Conine dh Seguilb Rchard lb Knitade If Rpkn3b Frtfyce c Lunar c Mora d Totals 40111411 Totals Cleveland 200 133 002—11 Baltimore 200 000 003- 5 E—Branyan (3). Ripken (3). DP—Cleveland 2. Baltimore 1, tOB—Cleveland B. Baliimore 4. 2B—RAIomar (2), JGonzalcz (5), Burks (6). WCordero (2). Kinkade (1). Ripken (2). HR— MCordova 2 (3), EADiaz (1). SB—Lolton 3 (4). RAkHTiar (2), CS—Bordick (1). Conine (I). SF— Burks. ab r h bi 4 13 0 4 110 3 0 0 1 1110 3 111 10 0 0 3 111 4 0 12 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 34 5 9 5 HMurray PB-lnge. Umpires—Home. Reynolds: Firs:. Shuk>ck: Second. Everitt Third. Hoe. T—^34. A— 14 .571 (40.1201. RED SOX 8, DEVIL RAYS 3 BOSTON TAMPA BAY abrhbi abrhbl DLemis r( 5 110 GWIms d 4 10 0 OUnwZl 4 100 R.hnsn2ti 5 0 2 0 CEvrad 3 110 GVghn* 4 111 MRmrz* 4 112 .KfeGrflIb 4 0 11 0 -Uylf 3 10 0 Gnei-ee 4 0 10 VarUe* c 4 12 1 J3J!n !i 4 0 2 0 Hhbm 3b 4 12 2 Castite 5o 4 0 0 0 Dubachib 4 112 Fliertrc 4 i i o Grteckss 4 0 0 0 FIAmzss 4 0 2 1 Totals 3S 8 S 7 Totals 37 3 10 3 Boston 303 000 020—8 Tampa Bay 200 000 100—3 E—tmenbrand (4j. Fl /.artnez (3), DP—Ta .T ,pa Bay 1. LOB—Boston 5. Tampa Bay 8, 23— Vamek (4). HiSertrand (3i. GVaujhn (2i. McGrrt (3). Flaherty (3| HFI—Oauta* (7|. IP H RER BB SO Boston PMaitinez V/.2-0 6 = 3 2 0 13 DLoweS.2 3 1 0 0 0 2 Tampa Bay PaV/llsOTLO-2 3 4 6 5 3 1 V^eler 2 2 0 0 0 2 How to E-mail us: Harold Bechard sjhbechard@saljoumal.com Erik Bonar sjebonar@saljournal.com Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@saljoumal.com Arne Green siargreen@saIjoumal.com Larry Moritz sjlmoritz@saljoumal.com Christian D Orr sjcon-@saljoumal.com Troy Palenske sjtpalenske@saljoumal.com Phelps Creek Yar, 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 PMartjnez pr'xfied to 2 bar.ers m the 7th HBP—by DLowe (GVfliiams). b>' Phelps (CEv- eren). by PaV/ilson (CEvereti). PB—Flaherry. Umpires—Home. Wefee. B3I: First. H.rschbeck. J.: Second. Meriwether; Third. ONora. T-2:39. A—22.026 (44.445). ATHLETICS 9, RANGERS 5 OAKUND TEXAS ab r h bi ab r h bi Damon 11 5 2 2 4 Curtis If 5 0 3 1 l.lhChno2b 5 2 2 1 Velarde 2b 3 12 0 JaGmb lb 4 2 2 2 ARdrgz ss 4 112 Saenz dh 4 0 2 1 IHdrgz d*-. 5 12 0 Piatt n 3 0 11 GIrrgs lb 4 10 0 Longd 4 0 10 Mateo rl 5 110 T^ada ss 5 13 0 Porter d 2 0 11 EChavz3b 5 12 0 Greer ph 10 0 0 RJHdzc 4 10 0 lAtelSc 4 0 0 0 ShektonSb 2 0 0 0 Cllnotio3b 10 11 Totals 39 915 9 Totals 38 511 5 Oakland 102 103 020-9 Texas 002 000 030—5 E—ARodnguez (4). DP-Oak!and 1. Texas i. LOB—Oakland 9, Texas 11. 2&—Saenz (3), EChavez 2 (5). 3B—Menechino (1). HR—Damon (1), Menechino (2). JaGiambi (3). ARodnguez (5). SB—Curtis (3). CS—Tejada (1), Poner (2). SF— Saenz. Piatt Porter. RER BB SO IP H Oakland ZitoW.2-1 6 Tarn 1 1 LVizcairw 2-3 4 Magnante 0 0 TJMathews S,l 1 1-3 1 Texas Rogers L,1-1 6 11 JKJohnson 2 4 Brantley 1 0 Magnante pitched to 1 batter in Ine 8th. HBP—by Rogers (RJHernandez). VIP—Zw. Umpires-4lome. Hudson; First V/elke. Tim: Second. Timmons: Third. Cederstrom. 1—3:44. A—33.311 (49,115). National League ROCKIES 4, PADRES 0 COLORADO SAN DIEGO ab r h bi ab r h bi Pierre d 5 1 4 0 Henderson B 4 0 0 0 TV;alkr 2b 5 0 1 e DJcii^ 2b 4 0 10 LWalkr rl 4 0 0 0 Klesko lb 2 0 2 0 Helton lb 3 0 0 0 Nev.n 3b 4 0 0 0 Cinllo3b 4 0 1 2 Trmmll ri 4 0 0 0 Hmdswll 4 1 1 1 Darrd 4 0 2 0 Pelrickc 4 1 2 1 BDa'/is c 3 0 0 0 Unbess 4 0 2 0 Gomez ss 3 0 0 0 Neagiep 3 1 1 0 SPerez ph 10 10 Wasrinp 0 0 0 0 vmims p 2 0 0 0 GWhitep 0 0 0 0 Mgdanph 10 0 0 Shmprlph 1 0 0 0 Vrtsickp 0 0 0 0 JJimnz p 0 0 0 0 KV;ikrp 0 0 0 0 Gftynn ph 10 0 0 Totals 37 412 4 Totals 33 0 6 0 Colorado 000 121 000-^ San Diego 000 000 000—0 E—OJackson (2). DP—San D:ego 2. LOS— Colorado 8. San Diego 9.2B—Pctnck (1). Neaoie (1), DJackson (6). Klesko (2| HR—Hoi- landsworth (4). Pelnck (i). SB—Pierre (3). IP H RER BB SO Colorado NeagleW.2-0 6 3 0 0 3 5 V/asdih 1 0 0 0 0 0 GWhiie 1 1 0 0 0 2 JJimenez i 2 0 0 0 2 San Diego WV/illiamsLl-2 7 1- 4 2 2 6 Wilasck 1 0 0 0 0 3 KV/alker 1 1 0 0 0 l Balk—KV/alker Umpires—Home. Rippley: First, V/mters: Second, Barrett Ted. Third. Warquez. T—2:47. A-15.856 146.510) MARLINS 5, EXPOS 2 MONTREAL aORIDA ab r h bi ab r h bi Brgrond 4 0 0 0 LCs«!o 2C 4 0 12 Blum II 2 1 0 0 Owens rf 4 0 0 0 Tats 3b 4 0 1 0 Ftaydll 3 0 0 0 LSIvnsIb 4 1 2 2 PV/ten d 2 0 0 0 Vidro 2b 3 0 0 0 Lowell 3b 4 12 0 BrcJeyrf 3 0 0 0 CJhnsn c 4 2 2 2 OCabrass 4 0 0 0 Millar lb 2 0 10 Barrett c 3 0 0 0 Looperp 0 0 0 0 Ramesp 1 0 0 0 McGireph 1110 MJJhsnp 0 0 0 0 Allnscap 0 0 0 0 Lkjydp 0 0 0 0 AGnzlzss 3 110 Raines ph 1 0 0 0 Cimenip 10 0 0 Strcklnp 0 0 0 0 DLLee lb 10 0 0 Totals 29 2 3 2 Totals 29 5 8 4 Montreal 100 001 000 —2 Rorida 010 001 03X -5 LOB—Montreal 5, Florida 9.2B—LSievens (7). Lowell (6). HR—LSievens (4). CJohnson 2 (5). SB—Owens (2). CS—Bradley (1). S—Clement IP H RER BB SO Montreal Reames 5 2 1 1 7 4 liUJohnson 1 1-3 2 1 1 0 2 Lloyd 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 SInckland LO-1 1 4 3 3 0 2 Rorida Clement 6 2 2 1 3 6 Loopet W.1-1 2 0 0 0 0 3 Alfonseca S.3 1 1 0 0 I 0 HBP—by WJJohnson (DLLee). by Clement (Blum). V/P—Strickland. PB—CJohnson Umpires—Home. Layne; First. Schneber: Second. Randazzo; Third, Montague T—2:44. A—10.940(36.331). Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Half Eastern Division Cleveland Sabathia W,2-0 SReed Karsay Shuey Baltimore McElroy UO-1 Paronio Trombley Groom Kohlmeier IP 6 1 1 1 4 1-3 1 1-3 1 1-3 1 1 H RER BB SO w L Pet GB Tulsa (Rangers) 8 6 .571 — Arkansas (Angels) 7 6 .538 Wichita (Royals) 7 7 .500 1 Shreveport (Giants) 6 9 .400 2 '/2 Western Division W L Pet GB Round Rock (Astros) 12 3 .800 — SanAntonio (Manners) to 5 .667 2 Midland (Athletics) 6 9 .400 6 El Paso (D'badts) 2 13 .133 10 HBP—by McElroy (Branyan). PB—Fordyce 2. Balk—Sabalhia. Umpires—Home, Kulpa: First, Fichier; Second, Hirschbeck, M.; Third. Barksdale. T—3:04. A—34,100 (48,190). WHrrE SOX a, TIGERS I CHICAGO DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl Ditiam 2b 4 12 0 Easley2b 4 0 0 0 JAVIlin ss 3 110 Macias3b 4 0 2 1 Bsinesdh 4 0 10 Hggnsn II 4 0 10 MOdnzrf 4 0 2 2 TCIartdh 4 0 10 Knerkolb 4 0 10 RJcksnpr 0 0 0 0 CNLeell 4 0 0 0 DCraz ss 4 0 0 0 JRmrzcf 0 0 0 0 Mageerl 4 0 2 0 Sngttoncf 4 0 10 Cedenopr 0 0 0 0 Grtlnno3b 3 12 0 Fid<lb 4 0 10 Paufc 4 0 2 1 JEcrcnd 4 0 0 0 Ingec 3 110 Totals 34 3 12 3 Totals 35 1 8 1 Chicago 100 011 00O-3 Detroit 000 000 010—1 E—Gratfanino (2), DCnjz (4). DP—Detroit 1 LOB— Chkago 8, Detroit 7. 2B—Grallanino (1). Paul (1), Madas (2). 3B-Wacias (1). SB-MOr- donez (1). CS—Singleton (1|, Graflanino (1). S— JAValentin, Gralfanino, RER BB SO IP H Chicago 8 Dwells W,2-2 9 8 Detroit JWeaverL1-3 7 11 MJAnderson 1 1-3 0 Today's schedule FRIDAY, APRIL 20 BASEBALL Beloll at Southeast of Saline, 3 p-m. Ell-Saline al Plainville. 4 p.m, Salina South at Great Bend, 4 p.m, Concordia vs. Sacred Heart at Evans Stadium. 4 :30 p.m. Toronto at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. GOLF Salina South Invitational al Safina Munkapai G.C., 3 p.m. SOFTBALL Abilene at Southeast of Saline. 4 p.m. Salma South al Topeka High. 4 p.m. Conconjia vs. Sacred Heart at Buri^e ParK 4 :30 p.m. Junior varsity JUNCTION CrrY 28 SALINA CENTRAL 22 Junction City 1 8 7 506 - 28 24 4 Salina Central 0(14)3 212 — 22 12 4 W? — A.GIcssner. LP — Johnson. 28 — X: Curry. AGlessner 4; SC: ONei!. Weiset. HR — X: B.GIessner 2, Zoeller. JUNC-nON CITY 18 SALINA CENTRAL 13 Junction City 755 010 - 18 17 3 Salina Central 007 240 — 13 11 6 VIP — Morns, LP — Palrick 2B — X: B.GIessner. Zoeiler. Basketball Wednesday's results Arkansas 8. Wichita 3 Round Rock 11. Midland 0 San Antonio 4. El Paso 0 Shreveport 4. Tulsa 3 Thursday's results Arkansas 9. Tulsa 6 El Paso 5, Round Rock 3 Midland 5, San Antonio 2 Shreveport 9, Wichita 5 Friday's games Arkansas at Tulsa Round Rock at El Paso San Antonio at Midland Shreveport al Wichita. 7 p.m. Higli school SALINA CENTRAL 15 JUNCTION CITY 14 Junction City 300 107 21 - 14 11 5 Salina Central 000 409 02 - 15 18 3 McAllister. Dupree (6). Graham (7) and Devine. McCallister (7): Norns. Sanders (6), Tharp (7), Bowen (8) and Stephenson, Lilley (8). WP-Bowen. LP-Graham, 2B-JC: Graham 2, Dupree: SC: Stephenson, Baxa. 3B-SC: Hutchinson 2. Bowen. HR-JC: Rumbaugh, Dupree: SC: Sanders. JUNCTION CITY 14 SALINA CENTRAL 2 Junction City 140 18 - 14 13 1 Salina Central 100 01 - 2 4 2 Guslalson and McAllister; Romans. Stephenson (5). Lilley (5) and Fross, WP-Guslalson, LP-Romans. 2B-X: Devine, McAllister, Gardner SC: Romans. 3B-X: Dupree; SC: Roma.ns. HR-X: Devine, NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB z-Philade;pr.ia 56 26 .633 — x-Miami 50 32 .610 6 x-Ne«York 48 34 . 585 8 x-Orlando 43 39 .524 13 Boston 36 46 .439 20 New Jersey 26 56 .317 30 Washington 19 53 232 37 Central Division W L Pet GB y-Mitwaukee 52 30 .634 — x-Toronto 47 35 .573 5 x-Chartotle 46 36 .561 6 i-lndiana 4i 41 .500 11 Delrol 32 50 .390 20 Cleveland 30 52 .366 22 Atlanta 25 57 . 305 27 Ch.cago 15 67 .163 37 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB z-SanAnlono 58 24 .707 — x-Utah 53 29 .646 5 x-Dallas 53 29 .646 5 x-Uir,nesota 47 35 .573 11 Houston 4 5 37 . 549 1 3 Denver 40 42 .488 18 Va.-.couver 23 59 .280 35 Pacific Division W L Pet GB y-!JiUkers 56 26 .683 — x-Sacramenio 55 27 .671 1 x-Phoen;x 51 31 .622 5 x-Portland 50 32 ,610 6 Seattle 44 38 .537 12 UCIppers 31 51 .378 25 Golden Slate 17 65 .207 39 x-cl:nched playotl spot y-clnched division z-ciir.ched conlerence Wednesday's results Charlotte 97. Boston 92 Toronto 9a. V/ash.ngton 92 Chicago 92. Philadelphia 86 Indiana 105, Cleveland 101 (ot) Ne« York 94, Detroil 83 Miami 103, Ortan<to 91 Dallas 120. Minnesota 100 Denver 110, Sac.-a.-nento 100 Seattle 105, San Antonio 67 Phoenix 9S, Utah 93 Vancouver 95. Golden State 81 End of regular season NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-S) Saturday's games Indiana at Philadelphia, 1 1:30 a.m. Dallas al Lltan.2pm. Minnesota at San Antonio. 4 :30 p.m. Chariotie a! f/iami, 7:30 p.m. Sunday's games Toronto at NSA ' York, 11:30 a.m. Pnoenix at Sacramento, 2 p.m. Poniand ai lA Lakers, 4:30 p.m. OrlandD at I.Mv/aukee. 7 :30 p.m. Softball State college Wednesday's games OTTAWA 3, KANSAS WESLEYAN 1 Ottawa 000 201 0 - 3 4 0 Kansas Wesleyan 001 000 0 - 1 7 4 WP-Ullcid LP-Wonhy(2-6), KANSAS WESLEYAN 8, OTTAWA 3 Kansas Wesleyan 022 100 3 - 8 14 4 Ottawa 001 101 0 - 3 10 2 WP — Heishman I3-6| LP — Sack. Juco linescores Wednesday's games SEWARD COUNTY 8 CLOUD COUNTY 1 Seward County 310 031 0 - 8 7 2 Cloud Counly 000 001 0 - 1 4 3 V/P—M:Cl6ilan. LP —Thayer SEWARD COUNTY 10 CLOUD COUNTY 0 Seward Counly 002 71 - 10 10 0 Cloud Counly 000 00 - 0 4 2 V/P-Be!i LP —Vanderson High school JUNCTION CITY 2 SALINA CENTRAL 0 Junction City 000 010 1 - 2 3 D Salina Central DOO 000 D - 0 1 2 Handles and Risetler; Brown and LuVuilo. WP — Handles. LP — Brown (1-2). 28 — X: Maloney. JUNCTION CITY 3 SALINA CENTRAL 1 Junction City 001 000 02 - 3 3 1 Salina Cenlral 000 010 DO - 1 3 5 Handlos, Floberg (4) and Riselter; Finan and LuVulio. WP - Roberg. LP — Finan (0-3), Junior varsity SALINA CENTRAL 12 JUNCTION CITY 11 Junction City 540 002 0 - 11 Salina Central 000 154 2 - 12 V/P — Leile. LP — Upshaw. JUNCTION CITY 16 SALINA CENTRAL 6 Junction City 540 204 1 - 16 Salina Cenlral 010 122 0 - 6 V/P — Upshaw. LP — Bartz. Hockey Tennis state men STERLING 6, KANSAS WESLEYAN 3 Singles No. 1 — YosfBi. KW. del. Brad VfreHmX 6-3. 6 -1: No. 2 — Tripp. KVi'. del. Blake. 6-4. l -6, 6-2: No. 3 — Hem. K\'/. del. R V/neatcroft 4-6.6-2.64: No. 4 — Brer. V/h«a'icrofL S. del. R-odes. 6-3. 6 -1; No. 5 — Schmidt S. del. Ga ."eKS. 5-3.6<i: No. 6 — Caywood. S. del. Davis, e-'l. 2-5.6-0. Doubles No. 1 — Brad V/heatcroS-Blake, S. del Yoshii- Tripp. 6-2. 6-4; No. 2 — Bren \'/heatcroti- R.V/heatcrolt S. del. Keln-Rhodes. 6-2.6-2: No. 3 — Schmidt-Cayn-ood. S, del. Ga !lego5 -Da\-is. 6-0.4-6.6-0. High school boys SMOKY VALLEY QUADRANGULAR Team scores Hesston 23. Buhier 10. S-noky Valley 10. Chap- r ;3n 6. Sacred Heart 6. Singles No. 1 — 1. Shear. H; 2. Wurdock. B: 3. Nyquisl. SV: 4. Wutphy, C. No, 2 — 1. l/cKee, SH: 2. Pizza, H: 3. Angt, B: 4, Brehm, C, Doubles No, 1 — 1, Iteson-Jantz, H; 2, Murphy-DiH, C; 3, Sandbo-Undlois, SV; 4. Rank-Pope, B, No, 2 — 1, Christophel-Young, H; 2. Lindh-Douglas, SV; 3, Weidensaul-Richman, B; 4, Markley- Brovm, C, Junior varsity boys SALINA CENTRAL INVITA-nONAL Team scores McPherson 38, Salina Central 34, Salina South 32, Manhattan 27. Smoky Valley 24, Salina Central B 20, Salina South B 17, Concordia 13, Junction City 8, Abilene 6, Salina results Singles No, 1 — 2, Untz, SS, 4-1; 3, Trower, SC, 4-1; 4. Klenda, SC, 3-2; 6, Nguyen, SS, 2-3, No, 2 — 3. Augustine, SC, 4-1; 4. Jones, SS, 3-2; 5, Schmidt SS, 3-2; 6, Davis, Sacred Heart 2-3, Doubles No, 1 — 2. Kelley-Drees, SS, 4-1; 3, AAngst- Mull, SC, 4-1. No. 2 — 1, CAngst-Bsea, SC, 41:4. Niederwerier-Tonne, SS, 3-2, Track & field NHL playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-ol-T) Wednesday's results Toronto 3, Ottawa 1. Toronto wins senes 4-0 Washington 4. PmsPurgh 3 (ot). senes tied 2-2 Carolina 3. New Jersey 2 (ot). New Jersey leads series 3-1 Colorado 5, Vancouver i, Colorado wins series 4-0 Los Angeies 4. Detroit 3 (ot), senes tied 2-2 Tliursday's results Philadelphia 3. Bullalo 1, Builalo leads senes 32 St. Louis 3, San Jose 2 (ot), St. Louis leads se­ nes 3-2 Dallas 4. Edmonton 3 (oi). Dallas leads senes 3-2 Friday's game Carolina al New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. State college . TABOR INVITATIONAL At Hliisboro MEN Team scores Southwestern 105. Kansas Wesleyan 68. Cloud County 86. Hutchinson 85, Butler County 74, Tabor 53, Independence 38, Bethel 37, Sterling 20, Haskell 13, McPherson 13, Pratt 2. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Muhammad. BC, 15,15; 2. Kim. SW. 15.16; 3. Unrau, BL, 15.29. 400m hurdles — 1, Kim, SW, 55.57: 2, McBride. 6C, 57.55: 3. Unrau, BL, 57,97, 10Om dash — 1. Ward, I, 10.48; 2. Salinas. MP. 1048:3 Moore, CC, 10.50. 200m dash — 1. Ward. 1.21.54; 2. Peugh, KW, 22.04; 3. Morgan, I, 22.39. 400m dash — 1. Tabbs, KVA 51.36; 2. Rogers. CC. 51.61: 3. Lewis. HA. 53.06: 4. McCormick. KW, 54.00. eOOm mn — 1. Geortzen. TE. 2:02.22:2. Kleinsasser. T8.2.05,05:3. Turner. SW, 2:06.17. 1,500m nin — 1. George, BC, 4:14.59; 2, Mi- iitano, BC. 4:18.77; 3. Schleget BL, 4:19,10, 5,000m nin - 1. Fast SW, 16:31.42: 2. Jost. TB, 16:34.86; 3. Alloway. SW. 17:03.31. 400m relay — 1. Kansas Wesleyan. 43.34; 2. Ctoua County, 43,35: 4, Steiling, 44,00. 1,600m relay — 1. Kansas Wesleyan. 3:26.38: 2. Cioud County, 3:30.39; 3. Hutchinson. 3:32,37. 3,200m relay — 1. Hutchinson, 9:36,23. Shot put — 1. Morton. KW. 4-80; 2. Fnesen. unattached. 45-9'/i; 3. Wright KW. 44-10, Discus — 1. Gallagher, BL, 158-8: 2. Morton, KVA158-0;3. Moss, BC, 143-1, High jump — 1, Moore, CC, 6-6; 2. Bnjndege, BC, 6-6; 3, Janzen, TB,6-4. Long jump — 1. O'Hara, HU, 21-10'.'i; 2. Price, CC, 21-7: 3. Cobb, HA, 21-3: 5. Finch, KV;, 20-11. Triple jump — 1. Finch, KW, 46-8: 2, Broivn. HU,45-1'.-.:3, O'Hara. HU.44-8. Javelin — 1. Emnct HU. 178-0; 2. Hemberger. SW. 167-1'; 3 Allord, SW, 166-1, Pole vault — 1, Manche, HU, 14-0; 2. Cikanek, HU, 14-0:3 Mitchie,CC, 13-6, 10,000m run — 1, Wnght, SW, 35:40.24; 2. Farieigh, unattached, 36:33.60: 3. George. CC. 37:5340. Steeplechase — 1. Dittmer, CC, 10:18.36; 2. Nickel, TB. 1054.76: 3. Protnro, SW, 11:01.23. Hammer throw — 1. Horyna. SW. 153-5: 2. V/hiie. BC. 144-8: 3. Morton. KV/. 141-10 WOMEN Team scores Hutchinson 118. Tabor 111. Cloud Co -Jnly 82. Kansas Wesleyan 56. Bethel 52. Independence 34. Butler Coun7 32 Sterling 27, '.IcPheison 26. Southwestern 21. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Coyle. BL. 14 48:2, Evans TB. 15 72: 3. SeidlKV.!. 17.03, 400m hurdles — 1. Evans, TB, 1:11.33; 2 Johnson. BC. 1:12.49:3. Seidl, KW, 1:18.85 100m dash — 1. Tolbert, KW, 12.40: 2. Serra no, MP. 12.61: 3.Ahlertch. HU, 12.70. 200m dash - 1. Tolbert. KW. 26.42:2, Previt- era. TB. 26 88; 3. Anderson. 1.27.00. 400m dash — 1. Peters, BL, 1:00.91; 2, Adel hart, HU, 1:03.40: 3. Wolle, HU. 1:03,70; 4, Daughlry, KW, 1:0420. 800m njn — 1. Corrie, HU, 2:39.72; 2. Richert. TB, 2:53.11; 3, Fast, TB, 2:58,85. 1,500m ran — 1. Brovm, SW, 5:30.10; 2. Sando, HU, 5:34,00; 3, Shearer, TB, 5:39,00, 3,000m ran — 1. Brown, SW, 11:41.13: 2, Litke, BC, 11:46.45; 3. Vdk. HU, 1212,72, 400m relay — 1. Hutchinson, 50,58: 2, Independence, 53.14; 3, Tabor, 53.24; 4, Kansas Wesleyan. 1:03,00. 1,600m relay — 1. Bethel, 4:16.02: 2. Hutchinson, 4:16.37; 3, Tabor, 4:29,34, 3,200m relay — 1. Hutchinson, 10:54.99; 2, Tabor, 11:11,98. Shot put — 1. Hall, HU, 40-78; 2. Coe. TB. 390; 3 McCarren. TB, 38-9'.'!. Discus — 1. Tennal, CC. 132-6; 2. McCarren TB, 125-9:3, Hergott.CC, 120-1. High jump — 1. RobI, ST, 5-0; 2, Dick, BL, 5 0; 3. Gillenwater, CC, 4-10, Long lump — 1, Serrano, MP, 15-8; 2, Henderson, KW, 14-1 r.-i; 3, Ovenniller, CC, 14-4, Triple jump — 1. Dick, BL, 34-7; 2, Senano, MP, 33-'/i; 3. Henderson, KW, 32-6. Javelin — 1. Corwm, CC, 124-9: 2. Lohman, CC. 122-11; 3. McCany,!, 113-9. Pole vault — 1. Phillippi, I, 8-6: 2. Graber. TB. 8-0:3. Forshee. CC, 7-6, Hammer throw — 1. Hall, HU, 130-3: 2. Brown, BC, 125-5; 3, HergotI, CC, 116-4. 5,000m ran — 1. Vineyard, CC, 23:14,00. High school VC, 157-1; 3, Bondcau,GB, 155-1, High lump — 1, KcteriV Hu, 6-0; 2 Albrijhl B, 5 -8; 3. (De) Hoeler, Hu, 5-6: Hemian, Ha, 5-6; Piland, GB, 5-«, Long jump — 1, Anders, SC, 21-4'.4; 2, Oreil- ing. Ha. 20-1; 3. Bixby. SS. 19-lOV.; 4. Payne, SC, 19-3. Pole vault — 1. Goert. B, 12-6; 2 Reagan, Ha, 12-6:3. Sanoer. Ha. 12-6:4. Butler, SS, 12-0. 3 .200m reky — 1. Great Bend. 8 :33.43; 2. Goddard. 8 :36.50; 3. Buhier, 6:48.83; 5. Salina Central. 8:58.15. 110m hurdles — 1. Foutch. SS, 15,43: 2, Jones, GB, 15-81; 3. Chipman. DC. 16.25. 100m iJash — 1. Anders, SC, 10,96; 2, Rar-iirez. G3,11.25:3. Lansdo«n B. 11.25. 1.600m ran — 1. Vd^a. B. 4:40.25: 2. Roark. Hu. 4:46.62: 3. Joaquin. DC. 4:47.41; 6. Fergu- sort SS. 4i9.95. 400m relay — 1. Greal Bercl. 44.12; 2. Buhlei, 44 25; 3. Hutchinson. 44.27; 4. Salina Central, 44 43; 6. Salina South, 46.09. 400m dash — 1. Fi-idley. B. 52.09; 2. Rusco. GB,52,7i:3.Soidan, SS. 53.25 300m hurdles — 1. Foutch. SS. 41.65; 2. Etert- SS, 4237; 3. Biiby, SS, 42,43, 800m ran — 1, Kile, GB. 2:00,68; 2. Sdroed- er. B. 2:01.34: 3. Davis, Go, 2:03.65. 20Cm dash — 1. Anders, SC, 23.12:2. Rusco, GB, 2325: 3. Findley, B. 23.37. 3 .200m ran — 1. Roark. Hu. 10:15.87; 2. tor- shail. GS. 10:22.28: 3. Staab. Ha. 1043.49: 6. V'Aee'er. SS. 11:13.64 1.600m relay — i. Greal Bend. 3:31.25; 2. Buhier. 3:32.53: 3. Hutchinson. 3:37.46:5. Salina Central, 3:38.18: 6. SaSna South, 3:39.93. GIRLS Team scores Buhier 124 1,2. Salina Central 111 1i5. Greal Bena 103 1/2. H.ays 70 Valley Center 61, Sa!i -.5 So'jth 55 V7. DxJoe City 39 1/2, Hutchin- sc-i 25. Gcrfdard 16. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Keats. SC. 15.18; 2. Keeley. G3. 16.53: 3. 1,'chaelis. Ha. 17.34; 6, Fox. SC. 17.53 300m hurdles — 1. Mueting, SS, 51.75: 2. Webster, GB, 52.31: 3. Fox. SC. 52.78; 6, Johnston. SC. 55,21- 100m dash — 1. Rickenberg. DC. 12.55; 2. Snyder. SC, 12.87: 3. Klein, VC, 12,35: 4. Hernandez. SS. 13.34; 5, Robertson. SC. 13.53. 200m dash — 1. Keeley. GB, 26,75; 2, Rickenberg. DC, 26.81; 3. Klein, VC, 27.52; 4. Hernandez. SS. 28.1. 400m dash -1. Balerio. B, 1:00.84; 2. Shelite, B, 1:01.25; 3. Neulekit B. 1:10.94; 4. Pridey. SS, 1:03.09, 800m ran — 1, Weber, Ha, 2:34,90: 2. Rupp, SS. 2:37.34: 3, Ross, SS, 2:38.91. 1,600m ran — 1. Weber, Ha, 5:44,46; 2, Dunn, GB, 5:44.96: 3. Petty. Bu. 5:53.80. 3 ,200m ran — 1. Dunn. GB. 12:24.40: 2. NokJ. VC. 12:30.18: 3. Allen. SC, 12:41,91, 400m relay — 1, Salina Central 52.75: 2. Valley Center 52.93; 3, Great Bend 53.18; 4, Salina South 54.06. 1,600m relay — 1, BuWer 4:18,56: 2, Greal Bend 4:21,0; 3, Salina .South 422,91. 3,200m relay — 1, Great Bend 10:43.56; 2, Dodge City 10:43,59; 3, Goddart 11:05.87; 4, Salina South 11:08.55: 5, Salina Cenlral 11:122,81, Shot put — 1, NeuleWt B, 3&4'A: 2, Amerin, Ha, 34-10; 3, Graves, Hu, 34-5'A, Discus — 1, Ravenkamp, SC, 124-6; 2, Neuleldt B, 118-3; 3, Alslatt Ha, 116-9,6, Glove, SC, 105-3, High jump — 1, Banker, B, 5-2; 2, Balerio. B, 5-2; 3, Green, VC, 5^ 5, Jones, SC, 4-10, Long jump — 1, Snyder, SC, 16-4%; 2, Balerio, B, 15-10; 3, Moore, GB, 15-10; 4, Keats, SC, 15-6, Triple jump — 1, Jones, SC, 34-1; 2, Green, VC, 31-11 i/j; 3, Cameron, B, 31-7*"., Javelin — 1, Keats, SC, 123-6; 2, Cameron, B, 118-10; Graves, Hu, 102-2:4, Bums, SC, 100-0; 5, Powell, SS, 98-10, Pole vault — 1, Moore, GB, 9-6; 2, Bums, SC, 9-6; 3, Atkinson, Hu, 8 -6; 5, Fergerson, SS, 7-6, Junior varsity MCPHERSON INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores B Dorado 132, Salina South 124fe, McPherson 119, Hays 101«, Maize 84%, Wichita Kapaun 76 '/i ,New1ori52%, Salina South results Pole vault — 1, Anderson, 10-6; 5, Rowson, 96, Long |ump — 5, Sturges. 17-6*1, Javelin — 1, Burchfie'id, 145-1. High jump — 3. Mitchell. 54, Triple Jump — 5. Mftchell, 32-5,3 ,200m relay — 1. Soulh, 9:26.5 110m hurdles — 4. Ddan, 18.0,100m dash — 4. Jason, 12.0; 6. Sturges, 12,2. t,600m ran — 4. Adam, 5:13,2. 400m dash — 4. Jeilerson, 57,27: 6, Zouzas, 58,0, 300m hurdles — 3, Doian, 47,6,800m mn — 1, Mitchell, 2:12,9; 4, Birdsong, 2:21.4, 6, Zouzas, 25-2. 3 ,200m ran — 3. Vandgrilt, 11:37,7, 1,600m relay — 1. Soulh, 3:49,7, GIRLS Team scores El Dorado 169, Salina South 116, Wichte Kapaun 110, McPherson 109 '.7, Newton 69'/i. Hays 37. Maize 33. Salina South results 1,600m relay — 2. South, 4:51,1. 3,200m ran — 6. Burtie. 16.01.6.200m dash — 6. Palmgren, 29,4. 800m ran — 2. Burtie, 3:02,4. 300m hurdles — 4. Hoffines. 56.9. 400m dash — 5. Serene. 1:13.0. 400m relay — 1. South, 56,3, 1,600m ran — 3, Maxwell, 6:39.9; 6. Thompson, 6:56.0.100m dash — 2, Palmgren, 13,5; 3, ivdiy, 13,7, loom hurtles — 6, Hotlines, 20.4. Long jump — 5. Meier, 13-1; 6, Tully, 11-'/., Pole vault — 2, Saskowski, 6-6:4, Osborne, 6-0, Discus — 5, Wheeler, 85-8: 6, Engel, 83-5. Triple jump — 4. Ferguson, 26-8%; 5, Meier, 24-1 '.i; 6, Tully. 23-4 BUHLER INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Great Bend 134 \I3, Buhier 95, Hutchinson 90 5/6, Hays 72 5/6, Salina Central 72, Salina South 66, Goddard 35, Dodge City 25, Valley Center 20. individual results Shot put — 1. Sullivan. G, 50-2'/?; 2, Lawson, Hu, 49-1 'A; 3. Rick, GB, 48-1 'A; 6. Boyer, SC, 47-3. Discus — 1, Boyer, SC, 146-11; 2, Burt, GB, 146-10; 3, Yockey, SC, 143-3, Javelin — 1, MeyerhoH, Ha, 169-1; 2. Ishman, Golf mph, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28. 29, mph. 30, mph. 31 32. mph. 33. 34. mph. 35 36. PGA scores HOUSTON OPEN Joe Duranl 35-32-67 Lee Janzen 33-34—67 Fred Couples 34-34-68 Can Paulson 33-35-68 Adam Scolt 34-34—68 Kevin Sutherland 33-36-69 Brandt Jobe 36-33—69 Chris DiMarco 35-34-89 Robert Allenby 35-34—69 John Cook 35-34—69 Kaname Yokoo 34-35-69 Craig Kanada 34-35—69 Andrew Wagee 35-35—70 Hal Sutton 35-35—70 Phil B'ackmar 35-35—70 Jimmy Green 35-35-70 Chff Kresge 35-35-70 Billy Maylair 36-34—70 Tom Pernice Jr. 36-34—70 Joel Edwards 34-35-70 LPGA scores LONGS DRUGS CHALLENGE Se Ri Pak 35-31—66 Michele Redman 33-35-68 Fiona Pike 36-33-69 Rachel Teske 34-35—69 Pamela Kemgan 35-34-69 Karen Weiss 37-33—70 Pat Hurst 33-37—70 Mhairi McKay 36-34—70 Ludana Bemvenuti 34-36-70 Laura Diaz 36-34—70 Cindy Ftom 36-34-70 Patricia Meunier-Lebouc 35-35—70 Tina Fischer 37-34—71 Brandie Burton 36-35-71 Marianne Morris 34-37—71 Amy Fnjhwirth 35-36—71 Helen Aliredsson 35-36-71 Vicki Goelze-Ackemnan 34-37—71 Michelle Ellis 36-36-72 Denise Kilieen 38-34—72 Auto racing (37) Kevin Gmbb, Pontiac, 184,726 mph, (48) Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, 184,683 (66) Tm Fedewa, Chevrolet, 184,637 mph, (98) Ellon Sawyer, Ford, 184,345 mph, (33) Tony,Raines, Chevrolet, 184,211 mph, (55) Mark Green, Ford, 184,200 mph, (67) Skip Smith, ChevroteL 184,115 mph, (34) Davki Green, Chevrolet, 184,051 mph, (92) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 184,044 (46) Ashton Lewis Jr., Chevrolet, 183,733 (60) Greg Bitlle, Ford, 183,681 mph, (99) Shawna Robinson, Chevrolel 183,087 (28) Brad Baker, Chevrolet, 182,961 mph, ;il) Marty Houston, ChcvroleL 182,699 (38) Christian Elder, Ford, 182,584 mph, (16) David Starr, PonSac, 182567 mph. Swimming High school girls EL DORADO INVITATIONAL Team scores Salina Central 185, M<;Pherson 162, El Dorado 97, Salina Sooth 96, Colleywile 94, Parsons 56, Salina results 200y medley relay — 1. Central (K,Donley, S,Donley, Boyer, Allred), 2:08,63; 5, South (Lampe, Seymour, Harding, Tucker), 2:24,68: 6, Cenlral (Carter, Fairbanks, Kempton, Hernnan), 2:27,37, 200y freestyle — 2, Smith, SC, 2:17,87; 4. Miller, SC, 2:31.56; 5, Banker, SS, 2:33,43 200y individual medley — 1. S,Donley, SC, 2:24,09; 6, Seymour, SS, 2:54.16, 50y freestyle - 1, Boyer, SC, 27,23; 3, Jones, SS, 28,42; 4, Carter, SC, 29,12:5, Allred, SC, 29.21, Diving — 5. A.Naylor, SS, 147,25; 6, K.Naylor, SS, 143,10, lOOy butterfly — 2. S.Donley, SC, 1:05.24; 5, Umpe, SS, 1:20,45: 6. KDonley, SC, 1:20,60, lOOy freestyle — 2, Boyer, SC, 5971; 6, Jones, SS, 1:05,75. 500y freestyle — 2. Smith, SC, 6:25.37; 4, Harding, SS, 6:45.70, 200y freestyle relay — 1. Central (Carter, Allred, Miller, Smith), 1:56,46: 5, Soulh (Jones, Seymour, Tucker, Banker), 1:59,57. lOOy backstroke — 1. K.Don­ ley. SC. 1:09,91: 4. Umpe, SS, 1:18,23, lOOy breaststroke — 4, Seymour, SS, 1:30,07; 6, Fairbanks, SC, 1:32,14, 400y freestyte relay — 1, Cenlral (S.Donley, Boyer, Smith, K,Donley), 4:07,59: 5, South (Jones, Tucker, Banker, Lampe), 4:29,80; 6, Cenlral (Carter, Allred, Miller, NoWe), 4:40.34, Busch qualifying TALLADEGA 300 1. (87) Joe Nemechek, Pontiac, 189,729 mph, 2. (7) Randy LaJoie, Pontiac, 188,123 mph, 3. (1) Jimmy Spencer, Pontiac, 188.108 mph, 4. (2) Kevin Harvick. Chevrolet, 187,838 mph. 5. (18) Jell Purvis. Pontiac, 187,236 mph. 6. (21) Mike Skinner. ChevroleL 187.057 mph. 7. (61) Tim Sauler, Pontiac, 186.275 mph. 8. (00) Todd Bodine, Pontiac, 186,202 mph, 9. (26) Bobby Hamilton Jr„ Chevrolel, 185,675 mph. 10. (23) Scon Wimmer, Pontiac, 185,661 mph. 11. (59) Rich Bickle, Chevrolet, 185,653 mph, 12. (10) Jell Green, Fort, 185,632 mph, 13. (27) Jamie McMurray, Pontiac, 185,628 mph, 14. (20) Mike McLaughlin, Ponliac, 185,592 mph. 15. (57) Jason Keller, Ford, 165.369 mph. 16. (17) Matt Kenseth, ChevroleL 185,140 mph, 17. (14) Larry Foyt, Chevrolel, 184,976 mph, 18. (43) Jay Sauter, Chevrolet, 184,926 mph, 19. (36) Hank Parker Jr., ChevroleL 184.911 mph. 20. (35) Lyndon AmKk, Chevrolet, 164,765 Soccer High school girls SALINA CENTRAL 2 SALINA SOUTH 0 Salina South (6-4,1-1) 0 0 — 0 Salina Central (5-4,2-0) 2 0 — 2 First half — SC: Rosales (unassisted), 2nd minute; SC: Gonzales (Everett), 20th, Shots — SS 7, SC 16, Saves — SS 7, SC 5, Goalkeepers — SS: Adams, SC: A.J,Young, Junior varsity girls SALINA CENTRAL 2, SALINA SOUTH Salina South 0 0-0 Salina Central 11—2 First hall — SC: Ingerinanson (unassisted), 6th minute. Second half — SC: Denning (Ingermanson), 39th minute. Generai Letters of intent WICHITA STATE ATHLETE — Jessea Smith, PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Bozeman HS, Bozeman, MonL SPORT —Basketball, POSITION — Guard, HGT —6^), STATS —12 ppg, 8 rpg, 4 apg in 2000-2001, NOTES — Jessica is the daughter ol head coach Danyl Smith, She led Bozeman to a fourth place state tournament finish in 2001, FORT HAYS STATE ATHLETE —AbbyMcGreevy. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Pratt HS. SPORT —Tennis. STA-fS—22-16 record in singles as a senior 28-7 in doubles as junior NOTES — Three-year letteittian, sixth in sin gles (2000) and third in doubles (1999) al 4A stale tournament, CLOUD COUNTY ATHLETE —P,J Stiles, PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Clallin HS, SPORT —Basketball, POSITION-Guard, HGT-WGT —6-2,170, STATS — 20,5 ppg, 7 rpg, 4 apg, 2 spg in 2000-2001, NOTES — P,J, is Ihe brother ol Clallin legend Jackie Stiles and was an all-Central Prairie League selection, ATHLETE — Martin P, deBoer, PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Uwrence HS, SPORT —Basketball, POSITION —Center, HGT-WGT —6-6,217, STATS — 8,1 ppg, 4,7 rpg in 2000-2001, NOTES — Honorable mention all-Sunflower League, all-tournament al Blue Valley Slilwell and Capital City Classic tournaments, ATHLETE —Cory Marshall PREVIOUS SCHOOL - CoHeyville HS, SPORT — Basketball, POSITION-Guard, HGT-WGT —6-0, 155, STA -rS —12 ppg, 4 rpg, 5 apg, 4 spg in 20002001, NOTES — Second-leam All-SoulheasI Kansas League, class 4A honorable mention all-state, helped Tornado lo 4A stele title. ATHLETE —Kyle Manley PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Cofleyjille HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSmON —Fonvard. HGT-WGT —6-5,195 STATS —13 ppg, 6 rpg, 3 apg. NOTES — First-team All-Southeast Kansas League, two-lime Class 4A honorable mention all-state, helped Tornado to 4A stale title, AP sportlight April 20 •1912 — Fenway Park opens in Boston with 1 Red Sox beating the New York Yankees 7-6 in innings. Tiger Stedium in Detroit also opens the Tigers deleat Ihe Cleveland Indians 6-5. 1958 — The Montreal Canadians defeat the Boston Bruins 5-3 in Ihe sixth game and win the NHL Stanley Cup for the third straight year. 1987 — Tdshihiko Seko ol Japan wins the Boston Marathon in 2 hours, 11 minutes, 50 sec ends, and Rosa Mota of Portugal wins the women's division in 2:25:21, 1990 — Brian Holman ol Ihe Seattle Mariners pitches 8^ perfect innings before pinch-hitte Ken Phelps hits a home mn lor the Oakland Athletics. 1991 — Diver Mark Lenzi becomes the litsl per son in the history of his sport lo score 100 points on a single dive. On his last dive, Lenzi scores 101,65 points ori a reverse 3',^ somersault Irom the luck posilbn lo win Ihe 3-meter springboard li­ tis at the U,S, Indoor Diving Championships. 1992 — Kenya's Ibrahim Hussein wins his third Boston Marathon with a time of 2:06:14, Russia's Olga Markova wins the women's division 2:23:43, 1997 — Chicago's Michael Jordan wins an unprecedented ninth scoring title with an average ol 296 points, the litsl time in those nine seasons that he fails to average at least 30 points. Transactions BASEBALL American League TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS—Released RHP Ken Hill, Recalled RHP Travis Phelps ftom Durham of the International League. TEXAS RANGERS—Placed RHP Tim Crabtree on the 15-day disabled list. Purchased the contract ol RHP R.A. Dickey Irom Oklahoma ol the PCL Translerred RHP Dan Kolb Irom the 15- lo 60-day disabled list. National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Announced the resignation ol Kevin Malone, general manager. Announced assistant general manager Dave Wallace will oversee baseball operations until general manager Is named, BASKETBALL National Basltetball Association CLEVEUND CAVALIERS-Fired Randy Wittman, coach and Mike Woodson, assistent coach. DETROIT PISTONS—Fired Gedrge Irvine, coach, WASHINGTON WIZARDS-Announced the resignation ol Leonard Hamilton, coach. Named Doug Collins coach. SPORTS DIGEST Malone resigns as Dodgers' GM By The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Kevin Malone resigned Thursday as general manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, ending a 2%-year tenure in which his mouth and questionable baseball decisions kept embarrassing the team. Malone quit five days after threatening a Padres fan who heckled Dodgers outfielder Gary Sheffield in San Diego. "I absolutely refuse to allow myself to become a distraction," Malone said at a news conference, reading from a letter addressed to Dodgers chairman Bob Daly "He really believed he was a distraction, and we agreed with that," Daly later told reporters. Assistant general manager Dave Wallace will oversee baseball operations while the team searches for a permanent GM. ROBINSON PROBABLE FOR GAME 1 AGAINST HEAT — Eddie Robinson, bothered by a sore groin, practiced with the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday night and was listed as probable for their first-round playoff game against the Miami Heat. Robinson, Charlotte's top reserve and former Brown Mackie star, sat out Wednesday night's regular season finale and the Hornets' morning practice Thursday because of swelling and soreness in his groin. Robinson received treatment and antibiotics Thursday afternoon, participated in Charlotte's full-contact evening practice and said he expected to play Saturday against the Heat. Robinson averages 7.4 points and 17.9 minutes for the Hornets. PITINO NABS CINCINNATI ASSISTANT, RETAINS TWO CRUM ASSISTANTS — Rick Pitino, about to celebrate his one-month anniversary as coach at Louisville, announced Thursday the hiring of five assistant coaches. Pitino, who took the job March 21, said his first Louisville staff will include Mick Cronin, an assistant at Cincinnati since 1997; Vince Taylor, a Louisville assistant the past three years; Kevin Willard, the son of former Pitino assistant Ralph WiUard and an associate coach under Pitino with the Boston Celtics for the past four years; Scott Davenport, a one-time Louisville high school coach who worked for former Cardinals coach Denny Crum for the past five years; and Jeff Noyes, a basketball operations assistant with the Celtics the past three years. Pitino said he set a personal precedent by retaining Davenport and Taylor. The former University of Kentucky coach said he has always brought his own staff with him when he's a job. SHARP, TECH AGREE TO NEW CONTRACT FOLLOWING KNIGHT'S HIRING— Texas Tech women's basketball coach Marsha Sharp has received a five-year contract extension that matches the length, base and deferred salary packages of Bob Knight. Tech sports information director Chris Cook said Thursday that Sharp, the women's basketball coach since 1982, had been promised a pay raise before Knight's arrival last month as men's coach. He received a five-year deal worth $4.5 million. ORLANDO'S HALL WINS XFL COACHING HONOR — Galen Hall of the Orlando Rage was chosen as the XFL's inaugural Coach of the Year on Thursday. The former University of Florida coach led the Rage to a league-best 8-2 regular-season record. Orlando won the Eastern Division title by three games, despite losing starting quarterback Jeff Brohm to a shoulder injury in the seventh week. The Rage's season ended in the semifinals in a 26-25 loss to the San Francisco Demons. MULTI-EVENTS FINISH, UNSEEDED RUNNING EVENTS BEGIN AT KU RELAYS — Nebraska's Katherine Livesey finished with 5,385 points Thursday to win the heptathlon title at the Kansas Relays. Livesey's finish qualifies her for the upcoming NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore. Joe Cbulski of Bell Athletics dominated the decathlon, winning seven of the 10 events and finishing with 6,613 points. In unseeded events, Jeff Arnold of Pittsburg State won the 800 npeters with a time of 1:55.19. Katy Eisenmenger of Kansas won the women's 800 meters with a time of 2:14.34. In Thursday's field event, world record holder Yuriy Syedikh of Russia, won the hammer throw with a toss of 204 feet 5 inches.

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