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C6 •SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2001 SCOREBOARD THE SAUNA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule SUNDAY, APRIL 22 AUTO RACING Noon — NASCAR, Winston Cup, Talladega BOO, FOX, cable 4. . . , BASEBALL 12:30 p.m. — Major Leagues, Allania at Philadelphia, WTBS, cable 25. 12:301 p.m. — Majiw Leagues, Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh, WGN, cable 7. 7 p.m. — Ma|or Leagues, St. Louis at Houston, ESPN, cable 38. , , BASKETBALL 11:30 a.m. — NBA. Toronto at New York, NBC, cable 3. • 2 p.m. — NBA, Phoenix at Sacramento, NBC, cable 3. 4:30 |b.m.~— NBA, Portland at LA Lalieis, NBC, ca()leq. , 7:30 p.m. — NBA, Orlando at Milwaukee, TNT, cable 4 V. BOXING 6 p.m. .— Hector Camacho, Jr. vs. Larry La- Courslire; Steve Forbes vs. Justin Juuko, FSRM, cable 55. • , . FOOTBALL 10a .m. — NFL Dralt. ESPN, cable38. Noon — NFL Dralt, ESPN2, cable 39. 2 p.m..— Arena League, Detroit at Carolina, TNN, cable 34. GOLF ap.m. •— PGA, Houston Open, CBS, cable 12, 13. 5 p .m. — PGA Seniors, Las Vegas Senior Classic, CNBC, cable 48. HOCKEY 2 p .m. — NHL. New Jersey at Carolina, ESPN, cable 38.' TENNIS Noon — Women's, Family Circle Cup. CBS. cable 12,13. Noon — Men's, Tennis Masters Series Monte Carlo, ESPN, cable 38. Gillespie and Gordon; Ramirez and Howard. WP-Ramirez. LP-Glllespie. 2B-SS: Lilly; GB; Saenz, Mauler. HR-QB: Mauler. Football Baseball Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Half . * . Eastern Division W L Pel. GB Arkansas^Angels) 9 6 .600 — Wichita (Royals) 9 7 .563 '/! Tulsa (Rangers) 8 8 .500 1 Vi Shrevepbri (Giants) 6 11 .353 4 • Western Division W L Pet. GB RoUhd Rock (Astros) 14 3 .824 — SanAntonio (Mariners) 10 7 .588 4 Midland (Alhlellcs) 8 9 .471 6 El Paso (D'backs) 2 16 .118 12 Friday's results Arkansas 3, Tulsa 2 Round Rock 12, El Paso 3 Midland 6, San Antonio 0 ,Wichita.9,'Shreveport7 . . . Saturday's results Mldlahd17, San Antonio 2 Wichita?, ShreveportO Arkansas 5, Tulsa 4 Round Rock 4. El Paso 2 • ' • Sunday's games Arkansas at Tulsa Round Rock at El Paso San Antonio at Midland Shreveport at Wichita, 2 p.m. Big 12 linescores TEXAS.A&iVI 9, OKLAHOMA STATE 6 Oklahoma State 021 020 001 — 6 9 1 Texas A&M 000 051 03x — 9 11 1 Miiier, Hawk (5), Rollandini (8) and Watson; Deininger,' French (5), Hart (9), Russ (9) and Meyer.'WP'-French (2-0). LP—Hawk (2-2). HR— ASM: Wong, Porter, Meyer. ' ' NEBRASKA 5, KANSAS 2 Nebraska . 000 400 010 — 6 9 1 Kansas . 001 100 000 — 2 6 2 Rodrgrig'ue, Oil (7) and Morris; Laniz, Thompson (9) arid DelChiaro. WP—Rodrlgue (5-3). LP-Li(ntz.(2-5). S-Ott (6). HR-K: VanAls- burg. BAYLOR 12, TEXAS 2 Texas 002 000 00 — 2 7 3 Baylor 001 304 22 - 12 17 0 Monies, Jordan (5), Clark (6), Espineii (6), France (8) «nd Hubele; White and Shoppach. WP-White' (9-1). LP—Monies (6-5). HR-B: Zboril, Wiiiiams, Mole. MISSOURI 7, iOWA STATE 3 Iowa 'Stale 000 000 201 - 3 7 3 Mlss ,ourl, 302 001 lOx - 7 10 1 Mincks, Beli (4). Palerson (4). Twodt (6), McKay (7), Donnelly (7) and Wickham; Hobbs, Stegaii (9),and Desch. WP—Hobbs (7-3). LP—Mincks (3-4), HR—M: Stegaii. • .OKLAHOMA 6, TEXAS TECH S Texas Tech 120 200 000 - 5 11 0 Oklahoma' 030 000 03x — 6 12 1 Phillips, McGiniey (8) and Arnerich; Greusel, Roberts C8> and Haggard. WP-Roberts (1-2). LP—Phillips (10-3). Friday's game .NEBRASKA 9, KANSAS 0 Nebraska 212 001 120 — 9 12 0 Kansas 000 000 000 - 0 8 0 Komine, Blaesing (9) and Morris and Rivera; Wiicher, Gish (3), Smart (8) and DelChiaro. WP— Komine (9-1). LP-Wiloher (1-8). MVC linescores WICHITA STATE 10 NORTHERN IOWA 3 Wichita State 200 061 1 - 10 14 1 Northern Iowa 010 002 0 - 3 6 3 ' Bryan and Owen; Green. Martin (5), Vielh (6) and Durazo. WP — Bryan (5-0). LP — Green (31). 2B — WS: Owen, Smarsh; Ni: McEachran. HR — WS; Wright. NORTHERN IOWA 8 • WICHITA STATE 6 Wichita State 022 000 002 - 6 11 2 Northern iowa Oil 240 OOx - 8 14 3 ' Sanders, Kerbs (5) and Becker; Saidana, Miiier f7), Jensen (9) and Whipps. WP — Saidana (54). LP — Sanders (2-5). S — Jensen (2). 2B 1)11: Brunner, Sutherland. HR — WS; Wright. State college BETHANY 10, ST. iWARY 2 SLMary 010 010 0 - 2 4 3 Bethany 500 113 x - 10 13 2 , Baird, Bennett (6) and Brown; Slraussberg and Nelson. WP — Slraussberg (6-5). LP — Saird. 2B — SM: Bartmass; B; Leitzei. Gordon, Just. 38 B: Sungy. BETHANY 5, ST. MARY 0 $L Mary 000 000 0 - 0 1 2 Bethany 000 005 x - 5 7 2 . Speilman and Brown; Regan and Nelson. WP — Regan (2-5). LP — Speliman. HR — B; Jusl. FORT HAYS STATE 9, MESA STATE 4 Fort Hays State 120 600 0 - 9 8 0 l^esa State 020 001 1 - 4 10 3 . CDffan and Garcia; King, Clements (4) and Myers. WP"— turran (6-1). LP — King (7-2). 2B — RH: Pedrique; M: Wareham. Berkley, HR — FH; Sanlangelo, Patty. Pedrique; M: Crews. FOR.t KAYS STATE 9, MESA STATE 8 Fort Hays Slate 210 060 0 - 9 13 3 Mesa ^ale 510 002 0 - 8 14 0 •Sells,i)lll (6) and Garcia; Beidieman, Lopez (5), WcNe ^ri (5) and Myers, WP — Sells (6-1). LP — ^eldli ;rT )ari.{S-2), S — Dill (2), 2B - FH: Dreher, Hurtado. Burton; M; Wareham, DeCrow. HR — M: Hoge. Renlschler. - KANSAS WESLEY AN 21, TABOR 8 Kansas Wesleyan 314 346 - 21 20 1 fabor , • 000 152 - 8 10 1 iarnleyland Schaltenberg; Frantz. Truiiinger (4), Thomaf(5) and George. WP — Carniey (83). l.P-9: Frantz. 2B — KW: Lombardi, Schallenberg, Krob, Garcia, Hemslreet 3; T; George. HR KW: Bethge 2; T; Ryherd. ; KANSAS WESLEYAN 15, TABOR 3 Kansas Wesleyan 010 (10)4 - IS 13 2 Tibor' 201 0 0 - 3 4 2 •eethge and Schaltenberg; Goodaie. Feltman (4), Carlson (5) and George. WP — Bethge (4-3). LP — Goodaie. 2B — KW: Brasslield 3. Hem- sieel; .T: Haynes. Sanlillan. HR — KW: Sloan. Schaltenberg 3, Bethge 2. Righ school Friday's games -GREAT BEND 16, SALINA SOUTH 6 SallnaSo'uth' 003 030 - 6 7 8 (ireal Bend 024 091 - 16 12 3 Jltaxweli. Cardinal (5), Moody (5) and Gordon; Searle, Howard (6) and Saenz. WP-Soarle. LP-Maxv/eli. 2B-SS: Sears; GB: Searle. Saenz, Tliul. 3B-GB: Saenz. ; GREAT BEND 7, SALINA SOUTH 2 ^llna South 0) 1 00 - 2 3 2 QraaVBend 102 4x - 7 7 2 2001 NFL draft NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE First round 1. Atlanta (from San Diego), Michael Vick, qb, Virginia Tech. 2. Arizona, Leonard Davis, t, Texas. 3. Cleveland, Gerard Warren, dt, Florida. 4. Cincinnati, Justin Smith, de, Missouri. 5. San Diego (Irom Allania), LaDainlan Tomlinson, rb, Texas Christian. 6. New England, Richard Seymour, dt, Georgia. 7. San Francisco (Irom Dallas through Seattle), Andre Carter, da, Caiilornia 8. Chicago, David Terrell, wr, Michigan. 9. Seattle (from San Francisco), Koran Robinson, wr. North Carolina Slate. 10. Green Bay (Irom Seattie), Jamal Reynolds, de, Florida Slate. 11. Carolina, Dan Morgan, lb, Miami, Fla. 12. St. Louis (Irom Kansas City), Damione Lewis, dt, Miami, Fla. 13. Jacksonville, Marcus Stroud, dt, Georgia. 14. Tampa Bay (from BuHalo). Kenyalta Walker, 01, Florida. 15. Washington, Rod Gardner, wr, Clemson. 16. New York Jets (Irom Pittsburgh), Santana Moss, wr, Miami, Fla. 17. Sealtle (Irom Green Bay), Sieve Hutchinson, g, Michigan. 18. Detroit, Jefl Backus, ol, Michigan. 19. Pittsburgh (Irom New York Jets), Casey Hampton, dt, Texas. 20. SI. Louis. Adam Archuleta, db, Arizona Stale. 21. Bullaio (Irom Tampa Bay). Nate Clements, db, Ohio State. 22. New York Giants (irom Indianapolis), Will Allen, db, Syracuse. 23. New Orleans, Deuce McAllister, rb, Mississippi. 24. Denver, Willie Middlebrocks, db, Minnesota. 25. Philadelphia, Freddie Mitchell, wr, UCLA. 26. Miami, Jamar Fletcher, db, Wisconsin. 27. Minnesota, Michael Bennett, rb. Wisconsin. 28. Oakland, Derrick Gibson, db, Florida State. 29. SI. Louis (Irom Tennessee), Ryan Pickett, dt, Ohio Stale. 30. Indianapolis (Irom New York Giants), Reggie Wayne, wr, Miami, Fla. 31. Baltimore, Todd Heap, le, Arizona Slate. Second round 32. San Diego, Drew Brees, qb, Purdue. 33. Cleveland, Quincy Morgan, wr, Kansas Stale. 34. Arizona, Kyle Vanden Bosch, de, Nebraska. 35. Atlanta, Alge Cmmpler, te. North Carolina. 36. Cincinnati, Chad Johnson, wr, Oregon State. 37. Indianapolis (Irom Dallas), Idrees Bashir, db, Memphis. 38. Chicago, Anthony Thomas, rb, Michigan. 39. Pittsburgh (from New England), Kendrell Bell, lb, Georgia. 40. Sealtle, Ken Lucas, db, Mississippi. 41. Green Bay (Irom San Francisco), Robert Ferguson, wr, Texas A&M. 42. St. Louis (Irom Kansas City). Tommy Polley, lb, Florida Slate. 43. Jacksonville. Maurice Williams, ot, Michigan. 44. Carolina, Kris Jenkins, dt, Maryland. 45. Washington, Fred Smoot, db, Mississippi Stale. 46. Bullaio, Aaron Schobel, de, Texas Christian. 47. San Francisco (from Green Bay), Jamie Winbom, lb. Vanderbill. 40. New England (from Detroit), Matt Light, g. Purdue. 49. New York Jets, LaMont Jordan, rb, Maryland. 50. Detroit (from Pittsburgh through New England), Dominic Raiola, c, Nebraska. 51. Denver (from Tampa Bay through Bullaio), Paul TovlessI, de, Marshall. 52. Miami (Irom Indianapolis through Dallas), Chris Chambers, wr, Wisconsin. 53. Dallas (from New Orleans), Ouincy Carter, qb, Georgia. 54. Arizona (from SI. Louis), Michael Stone, db, Memphis. 55. Philadelphia. Quinlon Caver, lb, Arkansas. 56. Dallas (from Miami), Tony Dixon, db, Alabama. 57. Minnesota, Willie Howard, de, Stanlord. 68. Buffalo (from Denver), Travis Henry, rb, Tennessee, 59. Oakland, Marques Tuiasosopo, qb, Washington. 60. Tennessee, Andre Dyson, db, Utah. 61. Delroil (from New York Giants), Shaun Rogers, dl, Texas. 62. Baltimore, Gary Baxter, db, Baylor. Third round 63. Philadelphia (Irom San Diego), Derrick Burgess, de, Mississippi, 64. Arizona, Adrian Wilson, db. North Carolina Stale. 65. Cleveland, James Jackson, rb, Miami, Fla. 66. Cincinnati. Sean Brewer, le, San Jose Slate. 67. San Diego (Irom Allania), Tay Cody, db. Florida State. 68. Chicago, Mike Gandy, g, Notre Dame. 69. Minnesota (Irom New England), Eric Kelly, db. Kentucky. 70. New Orleams (Irom Dallas). Sedrick Hodge, lb, North Carolina. 71. Green Bay (Irom San Francisco). Bhawoh Jue, db, Penn State. 72. Green Bay (Irom Seattle) Torrance Marshall, lb, Oklahoma. 73. Jacksonville. Eric Westmoreland, ib, Tennessee. 74. Carolina, Steve Smith, wr. Utah, 76. Kansas City, Eric Downing, dl, Syracuse. 76. Bulfalo. Ron Edwards, dl, Texas A&M. 77. Kansas City (Irom Washington), Marvin Minnis, wr, Florida State. 78. New York Gianis (Irom Delroil), William Peterson, db, Western Illinois. 79. New York Jots, Kareem McKenzie, ol, Penn Stale. • Note — Pittsburgh forfeited this third round choice due lo salary cap violations. 80. San Francisco (irom Green Bay), Kevan Barlow, rb, Pittsburgh. 81. New Orleans (Irom Indianapolis through Dallas), Kenny Smith, dl, Alabama. 82. Seatlie (Irom New Orleans through Green Bay and San Francisco). Heath Evans, rb. Auburn. 83. SI, Louis. Brian Allen, Ib, Florida Stale. 84. Tampa Bay, Dwighl Smith, db, Akron, 85. Miami, Travis Minor, rt). Florida Stale, 86. New England (Irom Minnesota), Brock Williams, db, Noire Dame. 87. Denver, Reggie Hayward, de, Iowa Stale. 88. Miami (from Philadelphia), Morion Greenwood, lb, Syracuse, 89. Oakland, DeLawrence Grant, de, Oregon Stale. 90. Tennessee, Shad Meier, te, Kansas Stale. 91. Indianapolis (Irom New York Gianis). Cory Bird, db, Virginia Tech. 92. Baltimore, Casey Rabach, c, Wisconsin. 93. x-Dallas, Willie Blade, dl, Mississippi Slate, 94. x-Jacksonville, James Boyd, db, Penn Stale, 95. x-Bullalo, Jonas Jennings, ol, Georgia. • (x-compensatory selection) NFL draft trades NEW YORK (AP) — Trades announced Saturday during the 2001 NFL Dralt: 1 — Arizona Cardinals traded CB Aeneas Wiiiiams lo the St. Louis Rams lor the Rams second- (No. 54) and lourth-round (No. 123) selections. Arizona selected Michael Stone, db, Memphis and (No. 123). 2 — Seattle Seahawks traded their lirst- (No. 7) and sixth-round (No. 191) selection to San Francisco 49ers the 49ers first- (No. 9), third- (No, 82) and sevenlh-round (No, 222) selections. San Francisco selected DE Andre Carter, Caiilornia; Heath Evans, rtj. Auburn and (No, 222). Seattle selected Keren Robinson, wr, North Carolina Slate and (No. 191). 3 — Bulfalo Bills traded their first-round (No. 14) selection to Tampa Bay lor the Buccaneers first- (No. 21) and second-round (No. 51) selections. Tampa Bay selected Kenyalta Walker, ol, Florida Stale. Bullaio selected Nate Clements, db, Ohio Stale and traded No. 51 lo Denver. 4 — Pittsburgh Steelers traded their lirst-round (No. 16) selection lo the New Yorit Jets lor the Jets lirst- (No, 19). lourth- (No. Ill) and sixth- round (No. 181) selections. New York selected Santana Moss, wr, Miami. Pittsburgh selected Casey Hampton, dl, Texas, (No. Ill) and (No. 181). 5 — Indianapolis Colts traded their lirst-round (No. 22) selection to the New York Gianis lor the Giants first- (No. 30), third- (No. 91) and sixth- round (No. 193) selections. New Yorii selected Will Allen, db, Syracuse. Indianapolis selected Reggie Wayne, wr, Miami; Cory Bird, db, Virginia Tech and (No. 193). 6 — Dallas Cowboys traded their second-round (No. 37) selection lo the Indianapolis Colls for the Colts second- (No, 52) and third-round (No. 81) selections, Indianapolis selected Idrees Bashir, db, Memphis. Dallas traded (No. 52) to Miami and traded (No. 81) to New Orleans. 7 — New England Patriots traded their second- round (No, 39) selection to Pittsburgh lor the Steelers second- (No. 50) and lourth-round (No. 112) selections. Pittsburgh selected Kendrell Bell, How to E-mail us: Harold Beohard sjhb8chard@saljournal.oom Erik Bonar sjebonar@saljournal.com Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@saljournal.com Arne Green sjargreen @ saljournal.com Larry Morltz sjlmoritz@saljournai.com Christian D Orr sjcorr@saljournai.com Troy Palenske sjtpaienske @ saljournai.com SL Louis 2, San Jose 1 , St. Louis wins series 42 Dallas 3, Edmonton 1, Dallas wins series 4-2 Sunday's game New Jersey at Carolina, 2 p.m. Today's schedule SUNDAY, APRIL 22 BASEBALL Toronto at Kansas City, 1:05 p.m. GOLF Saline County two-man scramble at Sallna Municipal G.C., 7:30 a.m. Ib. Georgia. New England traded No. 50 to Detroit and selected (No. 112). 8 — Detroit Lions traded their second-round (No. 48) selection to New England for the Patriots second- (No, 50) and sixlh-round (No. 173) selections. New England selected Mall Light, g, Purdue. Detroit selected Dominic Raiola, c, Nebraska and (No. 173). 9—Buffalo Bills traded their second-round (No. 61) selection lo Denver for the Broncos second(No. 58) and fourth-round (No. 110) selections. Denver selected Paul TovlessI, de, Marshall. Buffalo selected Travis Henry, rb, Tennessee and (No. 110). 10 — Dallas Cowboys traded their second- round (No. 52) to Miami lor the Dolphins second(No. 66) and lourth-round (No. 122) selections. Miami selected Chris Chambers, wr, Wisconsin. Dallas selected Tony Dixon, db, Alabama and (No. 122). 11 — New Orleans Saints traded their second- round (No. 53) to Dallas for the Cowboys third- round (No. 70 and No. 81) selections. Dallas selected Quincy Carter, qb, Georgia. New Orieans selected Sedrick Hodge, Ib, North Carolina and Kenny Smith, dl, Alabama. 12 — New York Gianis traded their second- round (No. 61) selection to Detroit for the Lions third- (No. 78) and fourth-round (No. 114) selections. Detroit selected Shaun Rogers, dt, Texas. New York selected William Peterson, db. Western Illinois and (No. 114). 13 — New England Patriots traded their third- round (No. 69) selection to Minnesota for the Vikings third- (No. 86) and fourth-round (No. 119) selections. Minnesota selected Eric Kelly, db, Kentucky. New England selected Brock Williams, db. Noire Dame and (No. 119). 14 — Philadelphia Eagles traded their Ihird- (No. 88) and sixth-round (No. 187) to Miami lor the Dolphins 2002 second-round selevlion. Miami selected Morion Greenwood, Ib, Syracuse and (No. 187). How early entries fared (overall picl< In parentheses) Saturday Keith Adams, LB, Clemson, junior, not selected. Hakim Akbar, S, Washington, junior, not selected. Alex Ardley, DB, Clemson, junior, not selected. Idrees Bashir, DB, Memphis, junior, 2nd (37), Indianapolis. Michael Bennett, RB, Wisconsin, junior, Isl (27). Minnesota. Josh Booty, QB, Louisiana Slate, junior, not selected. Jeremelrius Butler, DB, Kansas Stale, junior, not selected. John Capel, WR, Florida, sophomore, not selected. Quincy Carter, QB, Georgia, junior, 2nd (63), Dallas. Nate Clements, CB, Ohio Slate, junior, Isl (21), Bullaio. Jameel Cook, RB, Illinois, junior, not selected, Ronney Daniels, WR. Auburn, sophomore, not selected. Heath Evans, FB, Aubum, junior, 3rd (82), Seallie. Robert Ferguson, WR, Texas A&M. junior, 2nd (41), Green Bay. Jamar Fletcher, CB, Wisconsin, junior, Isl (26), Miami. Lloyd Garden, RB, Cincinnati, junior, not selected, Derin Graham, WR, Indiana, junior, not selected. Todd Heap, TE, Arizona Slate, junior, Isl (31), Ballimore, Rudi Johnson, RB, Aubum. junior, not selected. Delvin Jones, DB, Minnesota, junior, not selected. George Layne, RB, Texas Christian, junior, not selected. Willie Middlebrooks, CB, Minnesota, junior, Isl (24), Denver. Freddie Mitchell. WR, UCLA, junior, Isl (25), Philadelphia. Jonathan Ordway, DB, Boston College, junior, not selected. Ryan Pickett, DT, Ohio State, junior, 1st (29), St. Louis. Dominic Raiola. C. Nebraska, junior, 2nd (50), Detroit. Keren Robinson, WR, North Carolina Stale, sophomore, Isl (9), Seatlie. Justin Smilh, DE, Missouri, junior, Isl (4), Cincinnati. David Terrell, WR, Michigan, junior, Isl (8), Chicago. Ja'Mar Toombs, FB, Texas A&M, junior, not selected. Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, sophomore, 1sl(l), Atlanta. Kenyatia Walker, OT, Florida, junior, 1st (14), Tampa Bay. Gerard Warren, DT, Florida, junior, Isl (3), Cleveland. Reggie White, RB, Oklahoma Stale, junior, not selected. Adrian Wilson, SS, North Carolina Stale, junior, 3rd (64), Arizona. Jamie Winbom, LB, Vanderbill, junior, 2nd (47), San Francisco. XFL playoffs Championship Saturday's result Los Angeles 38, San Francisco 6 Auto racing $11,910. NASCAR lineup TALLADEGA 500 1. (92) Stacy Compton, Dodge, 184.861 mph. 2. (40) Steriing Mariln, Dodge, 184.576 3(9) Bill Elliott, Dodge, 184.009 4. (32) Ricky Craven, Ford, 183.899 6.(6) Mark Martin, Ford, 183.864 6. (88) Dale Jarretl, Ford, 183.747 7. (20) Tony Stewart, Pontiac, 183.702 8. (15) Michael Wallrip, Chevrolet, 183.675 9. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 183.508 10. (33) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 183.483 11. (25) Jerry Nadeau, Chevrolet, 183.336 12. (31) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 183.129 13. (24) Jefl Gordon, Chevrolet, 183.101 14. (55) Bobby Hamilton, Chevrolet, 182.986 15. (71) Dave Marcis, Chevrolet, 182.951 16. (93) Dave Blaney, Dodge, 182.898 17. (1) Steve Park, Chevrolet, 182.874 18. (4) Kevin Lepage, Chevrolet, 182.790 19. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet, 182.786 20. (66) Todd Bodine, Ford, 182.633 21. (19) Casey Atwood, Dodge, 182.616 22. (99) Jell Burton, Ford, 182.563 23. (11) Brett Bodine, Ford, 182.522 24. (96) Andy Houston, Ford, 182.473 25. (01) Jason Leifler, Dodge, 182.286 26. (2) Rusty Wallace, Ford, 182.276 27. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, 182.226 28. (77) Robert Pressley, Ford, 182.223 29. (44) Buckshot Jones, Dodge, 182.164 30. (18) Bobby Labonte, Pontiac, 181.963 31. (5) Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 181.901 32. (28) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 181.860 33. (61) Jell Pun/is, Ford, 181.766 34. (26) Jimmy Spencer, Ford, 181.704 35. (43) John Andretti, Dodge, 181.691 36. (36) Ken Schrader, Pontiac. 181.422 37. (10) Johnny Benson, Pontiac, Provisional. 38. (21) Elliott Sadler, Ford, Provisional. 39. (22) Ward Burton, Dodge, Provisional. 40. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, Provisional. 41. (12) Jeremy Mayfieid, Ford, Provisional. 42. (14) Ron Hornaday Jr, Pontiac, Provisional. 43. (7) Mike Wallace, Ford, Provisional. Basketball Busch results SUBWAY 300 1. (14) Mike McLaughlin, Pontiac, 113, $52,445, 2. (3) Jimmy Spencer, Pontiac, 113, $34,325. 3. (12) Jell Green, Ford, 113, $48,975. 4. (8) Todd Bodine, Pontiac, 113, $34,075, 5. (6) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 113, $26,350. 6. (24) Ellon Saviyer. Ford, 113, $26,925, 7. (18) Jay Sauler, Chevrolet, 113, $23,625. 8. (21) Kevin Grubb, Pontiac, 113, $23,200. 9. (31) Greg Billle , Ford, 113, $25,075. 10. (22) Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, 113, $24,350. 11. (37) Chad Little, Chevrolet, 113, $17,045. 12. (171 Larry Foyt, Chevrolet, 113, $16,920. 13. (11) Rich Bickle, Chevrolet, 113, $20,795. 14. (25) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, 113, $200,670. 15. (7) Tim Sauler, Pontiac, 113, $16,995. 16. (41) Andy Kirtiy, Chevrolet, 113. $16,670. 17. (26) Mark Green, Ford, 112, $18,296. 18. (23) Tim Fedewa, Chevrolet, 112, $24,670. 19. (32) Shawna Robinson, Chevrolet, 112, $16,046. 20. (33) Brad Baker, Chevrolet, 110, $16,720. 21. (16) Matt Kenseth, Chevrolet, 110, $13,725. 22. (43) Bobby. Gerhart, Chevrolet, 109, $13,600 23. (9) Bobby Hamilton Jr., Chevrolet, 105, transmission, $16,450. 24. (6) Jell Purvis, Pontiac, 97, crash, $16,560. 26. (15) Jason Keller, Ford, 96, crash, $21,775. 26. (36) Christian Elder , Ford, 95, crash, $13,050. 27. (1) Randy Lajoie, Pontiac, 95, $18,976. 28. (29) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet. 86, crash, $16,800. 29. (13) Jamie McMurray , Pontiac, 86, crash, $15,675. 30. (20) Lyndon Amick, Chevrolet, 86, crash, $13,550. 31. (30) Ashton Lewis Jr., Chevrolet, 86, crash. $12,400. 32. (28) David Green, Chevrolet, 85, crash, $15,325. 33. (39) David Donohue, Chevrolet, 85, crash, $14,275. 34. (38) Shane Hall. Ford, 85, crash, $15,225. 35. (40) Mike Harmon, Ford, 84, crash. $12,100. 36. (27) Skip Smith, Chevrolet, 82, $12,155. 37. (34) Marty Houston , Chevrolet, 81, $12,120. 38. (36) David Starr. Pontiac, 81, crash, $12,085. 39. (1) Joe Nemechek, Pontiac, 79, crash, $13,700. 40. (4) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 64, $15,265, 41. (19) Hank Parker Jr., Chevrolet, 64, engine failure, $19,480. 42. (10) Scott Wimmer, Pontiac, 22, engine lail- ure, $11,945. 43. (42) Joe Bessey, Pontiac, 0, engine failure. State college FORT HAYS STATE 4 ADAMS STATE 3 Fort Hays State 000 000 301 - 4 10 1 Adams State 010 001 100 - 3 10 3 Sander, Rothemeyer (8) and Vamum; Galllvan and Smith. WP — Rothemeyer (13-10). LP — Galllvan (4-7). 2B — FH; Vamum, Voss; A: Mo- Ceilum. HR — A: Bates. ADAMS STATE 4 FORT HAYS STATE 3 Fort Hays State 200 000 1 - 3 10 2 Adams Slate 211 000 x - 4 8 2 Rothemeyer and Vamum; Brock and Enniln. WP — Brock (4-8). LP—Rothemeyer (13-11). 2B — FH: Melssner, Vamum; A: McCallum, Smith. High school WICHITA COLLEGIATE 5 SMOKY VALLEY 2 Wichita Collegiate 100 201 1 — 5 10 1 Smoity Valley 200 000 0 — 2 7 2 Langehr and Burgess; Ruggiero and Shenvood. WP — Langehr. LP — Ruggiero. 2B — WC: Burgess. 3B — SV: Ruggiero. WICHITA COLLEGIATE 5 SMOKY VALLEY 2 Wichita Collegiate 011 200 1 — 5 8 2 Smolty Valley 000 002 0 — 2 2 2 Wenger and Summers; McGaughey and Sherwood. WP — Wenger. LP — Ruggiero. 2B — WC: Care. Tennis NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-o (-5) Saturday's results Indiana 79, Philadelphia 78, Indiana leads series 1-0 Utah 88, Dallas 86, Utah leads series 1-0 San Antonio 87, Minnesota 82, San Antonio leads series 1-0 Charlotte 106, Miami 80, Chartotte leads series 1-0 Sunday's games Toronto at New York, 11:30 a.mao Phoenix at Sacramento, 2 p.m. o ' Portland at LA Lakers, 4:30 p.m. Orlando at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. NBA summaries PACERS 79, SIXERS 78 INDIANA (79) Rose 6-22 0-017, O'Neal 6-112-412, Tabak 03 0-0 0, Best 7-12 2-2 16, R.Miller 5-21 4-4 17, Perkins 2-7 0-0 5, Croshere 4-8 4-4 12, Harrington 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 31-87 12-14 79. PHILADELPHIA (78) Lynch 3-4 0-0 6, Hill 4-9 0-0 8, Mulombo 3-6 68 12, Snow 7-17 0-1 14, Iverson 7-19 2-3 16, McKie 6-18 5-5 18, Geiger 1-2 2-2 4, Ollie 0-2 00 0, Bell 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 31-78 16-19 7,8. Indiana 17 19 22 21—79 Philadelphia 29 23 13 13—78 3-Point Goals—Indiana 6-14 (R.Miller 3-7, Rose 1-2, Perkins 1-3, Croshere 0-1, Best 0-1), Philadelphia 1-9 (MriKle 1-3, Snow 0-1, Bell 0-1, Iverson 0-4). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 52 (O'Neal 20), Philadelphia 57 (Mulombo 22). Assists-lndiana 20 (Best 10), Philadelphia 23 (Iversori, McKie 7). Total fouls-Indiana 18, Philadelphia 19. Technicals—O'Neal, Philadelphia illegal defense 2. A-20,613 (20,444). SPURS 87, WOLVES 82 MINNESOTA (82) Szczertiiak 6-9 3-3 13, Garnelt 9-18 7-10 25, Garrett 4-8 2-2 10, Brandon 8-17 0-0 16, Peeler 5-21 0-0 11, Neslerovic 1-2 0-0 2, Slater 0-1 0-0 0, Lopez 0-4 1-21, Mitchell 1-5 2-2 4, Ellis 0-2 00 0. Totals 33-87 15-19 82. SAN ANTONIO (87) Ferry 1-3 0-0 3, Duncan 13-20 7-10 33, Robinson 4-9 3-4 11, Porter 4-5 3-4 11, Anderson 4-13 2-4 12, Johnson 3-6 0-0 6, Elliott 2-3 0-0 5, Rose 1-1 0-0 2, Daniels 1-4 2-2 4. Totals 33-66 17-24 87. Minnesota 24 13 28 17—82 San Antonio 25 26 12 24—87 3-Poinl Goals—Minnesota 1-4 (Peeler 1-2, Brandon 0-2), San Antonio 4-11 (Anderson 2-4, Elliott 1-2, Ferry 1-3, Daniels 0-2). Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Minnesota 47 (Garnelt 13), San Antonio 51 (Duncan 15). Assists—Minnesota 20 (Brandon 8), San Antonio 18 (Ferry, Duncan 4). Total fouls—Minnesota 22, San Antonio 20. Technicals—Garnelt. A-33,983 (20,557). JAZZ 88, MAVS 86 DALLAS (86) Howard 5-11 4-4 14, Nowilzki 7-20 4-5 20, Bradley 1-2 0-0 2, Nash 6-11 7-7 20, Finley 10-23 2-2 26, Booth 1-2 0-0 2, Eisley 0-2 0-0 0, BivanI 1-1 0-0 2. Tolais 31-72 17-18 86. UTAH (88) Marshall 5-13 2-3 12, Malone 8-23 10-13 26, Polynice 4-5 0-0 8, Stockton 3-7 6-7 12, Russell 5-16 0-0 12, Vaughn 0-2 0-0 0, Starks 2-5 0-0 4, Oslertag 1-3 0-0 2, Manning 5-7 1-4 12. Totals 33-80 19-27 88. Dallas 17 22 23 24—86 Utah 22 18 21 27-88 3-Point Goals—Dallas 7-20 (Finley 4-9, Nowilz­ ki 2-9, Nash 1-2), Utah 3-10 (Russell 2-5, Manning 1-1, Starks 0-1, Marshall 0-1, Stockton 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Dallas 44 (Now­ ilzki 12), Utah 53 (Russell 12). Assists—Dallas 15 (Nash 7), Utah 24 (Stockton IB). Total louls— Dallas 23. Utah 22. Technicals—Dallas Illegal Defense 2, Dallas coach Don Nelson 2, Dallas assistant coach Donn Nelson, Bryant, Malone. Flagrant fouls—Bryant, Ejected—Dallas coach Don Nelson. A—19,100(19,911). HORNETS 106, HEAT 80 CHARLOTTE (106) Mashburn 9-22 9-9 28, P.Brown 1-4 0-0 2, Campbell 2-5 4-4 8, Wesley 7-11 0-0 17, B.Davis 8-10 5-6 23, Magloiro 1-4 0-0 2, H.Hawkins 1-3 24 6, E.Robinson 7-9 0-0 14, Coleman 0-6 2-2 2, Burrell 1-2 0-0 2, Recasner 0-0 3-4 3, Thorpe 0-1 0-0 0. Tolais 37-77 25-29 106. MIAMI (80)" Bowen 3-8 0-0 7, Mason 1-4 2-2 4, Mourning 58 4-6 14, Jones 6-13 1-2 14, Hardaway 1-6 0-0 3, Carter 2-3 0-0 4, B.GranI 3-6 4-6 10, Majerie 1-2 0-0 3, House 6-13 3-3 16, Green 1-1 0-0 2, CauswBll 0-1 0-0 0, Ceballos 1-31-2 3. Totals 3068 16-21 80. Charlotte 23 27 31 25—106 Miami 21 19 18 22— 80 3-Point Goals-Chariotle 7-15 (Wesley 3-4, B.Davis 2-3, Mashbum 1-1, H.Hawkins 1-3, Burrell 0-1, Coleman 0-3), Miami 5-18 (Hardaway 12, Majerie 1-2, House 1-3, Jones 1-5, Bowen 1-6, Mason 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds— Chariolle 46 (P.Brown 7), Miami 42 (B.Gran110). Assists—Chariotle 21 (B.Davis 8), Miami 17 (Hardaway 5). Total louls—Chariotle 26, Miami 26. A-20,085 (19,600). State men BETHANY 9, KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 Singles No. 1 — Komakech, B, del. Yoshll, 6-1, 6-0; No. 2 — Taiboll, B, del. Tripp, 6-0,6-0; No. 3 — Cromwell, B, del. Heln, 6-1,6-1; No. 4 — Han/ey, B, deL Rhodes, 6-1,6-1; No. 5 — Tooley, B, del. Davis, 6-0,6-0; No. 6 — Brown, B, del Webb, 61,6-0. Doubles No. 1 — Cromweil-Talbott, B, del. Yoshll-Tripp, 6-0, 6-2; No. 2 — Komakech-Tooley, B, del. Hein-Rhodes, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3 — Harvey-Harvey, B, del. Gallegos-Davis, 6-0,6-1. High school boys JUNCTION CITY INVITATIONAL Team scores Manhattan 66, Abilene 46, Lawrence Free State 42, Topeka West 34, Sallna Central 33, Salina South 32, Topeka High 23, Junction City 20, Chapman 9, Emporia 9. Salina results No. 1 singles — 7, Price, Sallna South, 2-3; 8, Trower, Salina Central, 1-4. No. 2 singles — 2, Feyerhemi, Sallna South, 4-1; 7, Augustine, Salina Central, 2-3. No. 1 doubles — 3, ZImmer-Martin, Sallna Central, 4-1; 6, Wilson-RobI, Sallna South, 2-3. No. 2 doubles — 2, Angst-Mull, Sallna Central, 4-1; 6, Dupy-flolh, Salina Souih, 3-2. Freshman boys MCPHERSON INVITATONAL Team scores McPherson 9, Hutchinson 5, Newton 4, Salina South 3. Salina South results No. 1 singles —4, Nguyen 0-3. No, 2 singles —I.Arnold, 2-1. No. 1 doubles — 4, Alton-Bennett, 0-3. No. 2 doubles — 2, Flanders-Rowson, 2-1. Hockey NHL |!>layoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-o«-7) Friday's result Carolina 3, New Jersey 2, New Jersey leads series 3-2 Saturday's results Pittsburgh 2, Washington 1, Pittsburgh leads series 3-2 Buffalo 8, Philadelphia 0, Bulfalo wins series 42 Los Angeles 3, Detroit 2. Los Angeles leads series 3-2 General Paul Gow MikeSposa Esteban Toledo Robert Allenby Chris Smith Phil Blackmar Billy Maylair David Mortand IV Justin Leonard John Cook Marco Dawson John Daly Greg Kraft Tom Bynim Brad Elder Frank Llckllter Stewart CInk David Duval Chris Riley Len Maltlace Andrew Magee David Toms Tim Thelen Nick Faldo David Frost J.J. Henry Brian Wilson Fred Couples Jeremy Anderson deny Smith JeffGellagher Brandt Jobe J.P. Hayes Robert Gamez Lee Porter Shigekl Mamyama. Briny Baird Bradley Hughes Scott Simpson 73-72-68—213 75-70-68-213 71-73-69-213 69-74-70-213 71-72-70—213 70-72-71—213 70-72-71-213 72-69-72—213 71-70-72-213 69-72-72—213 71-69-73-213 71-69-73—213 73-72-69-214 74-71-69-214 75-68-71-214 75-68-71—214 73-70-71-214 72-70-72-214 71-71-72—214 72-69-73—214 70-71-73—214 73-68-73—214 75-70-70-215 75-70-70-215 72-72-71—215 71-74.71—216 73-72-71—216 68-76-72—216 72-72-72—216 71-72-73-216 71-71-74—216 69-73-74—216 72-70-74—216 71-70-75—216 73-72-72—217 73-72-72-217 74-71-72-217 71-72-74—217 72-71-74—217 Seniors scores LAS VEGAS Jerry McGee Bnice Relsher Waller Hall Howard Twitty Vicente Fernandez Doug Tewell Hale Irwin Larry Nelson Jose Maria Canizares Dave Stockton David Graham Allen Doyle Dana Oulgley DeWitt Weaver Tom Jenkins John MahaNey Wall Morgan Stewart Ginn Hugh BalocchI Bob Murphy SENIORS 69-67—136 70-68—138 72-67—139 72-67—139 69-70—139 74-66-140 72-69—141 69-72—141 68-73—141 73-69—142 76-67-143 72-71—143 72-71-143 71-72—143 71-72—143 71-72-143 71-72—143 68-75—143 68-75—143 77-67—144 LPGA scores Kansas Relays LAWRENCE — Results from the Kansas Relays at the University ol Kansas: GIRLS Javelin — 2. Keats, Salina Central, 134-6. 100m hurdles — 3. Keats, Salina Central, 15.23. High school PHILLiPSBURG INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Phillipsburg 172'A, Smith Center 124'A, Norton 82. Russell 70, Osborne 66, Plainville 17, Victoria 16. Individual results 110m hurdles—1. WIndschelfel, SC, 16.58; 2. Rath, Pi, 16.62; 3. Sloan, N, 17.66. 300m hurdles — 1. Allen, SC, 44.50; 2. Runyon, Ph, 44.94; 3. Funk, R, 46.63. 100m dash — 1. Jacobs, R, 11.78; 2. Craig, Ph, 11.80; 3. Tibbells, N, 11.95. 200m dash — 1. Craig, Ph, 24.10; 2. Jacobs, R, 24.20; 3. Schmidt, SC, 24.91. 400m dash — 1. Rorabugh, SC, 54.28; 2. Summers, R, 66.38; 3. Gotlwald, V, 67.26. 800m run — 1. Yates, Ph, 2:07.70; 2. Wick, SC, 2:12.59; 3. Mick, 0,2:13.60. 1,600m run — 1. Sebeiius, N, 4:51.0; 2. KraHl, Ph, 4:63.87; 3. Thompson, 0, 6:11.91. 3,200m run — 1. Sebeiius, N, 10:34.19; 2. KraffI, Ph, 11:39.99; 3. McChesney, N, 12:06.09. 400m relay — 1. Russell, 46.78; 2. Smith Center, 46.90; 3. Phillipsburg, 47.17. 1,600m relay — 1. Phillipsburg, 3:43.52; 2. Smilh Center, 3:44.89; 3. Osborne, 3:49.08. 3,200m relay — 1. Phillipsburg, 9:18.50; 2. Osborne, 9:28.69; 3. Smith Center, 10:31.16. Shot put — 1. Bruning, Ph, 47-10; 2. Wagner, R, 47-1; 3. Overmlller, SC, 43-4'A. Discus — 1. Bnining, Ph, 153-0; 2. Jacobs, Ph, 144-8; 3. Wilson, SC, 134-0. High lump — 1. Yales, Ph, 6-4; 2. Rorabaugh, SC,6-V.;3.Waslnger,V, 5-10. Long jump — 1. Yales, Ph, lO-S'/i; 2. Driscoll, R, 18-10; O.Cole, SC, 18-3. Triple jump — 1. Yates, Ph, 41-6; 2. Abell, Ph, 39-4'A, 3. Wilson, SC, 38-10. Javelin — 1. Kendig, 0,156-4; 2. Wagner, R, 144-0; 3. Thompson, 0,139-11. Pole vault—1. Dannefer, 0,12-0; 2. Johnson, N, 11-6; 3. Smilh, Ph, 11-0. GIRLS Team scores Osborne 130, Victoria 121, Norton 107, Phillipsburg 82, Smith Center 64, Russell 49, Plainville 13. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Henderson, N, 17.64; 2. Conway.k 0.17.71; 3. Jena, R, 17.80. 300m hurdles — 1. Henderson, N, 50.89; 2. Jarvis, N, 51.22; 3. Jena, H, 53.36. 100m dash — 1. Spradlln, R, 13.56; 2. Boyd, Ph, 13.81; 3. MitcheH, R, 13.82. 200m dash — 1. Hoffman, V, 27.93; 2. Mitchell, R, 28.36; 3. unknown, Ph, 28,53. 400m dash — 1. Upka, V, 1:04.90; 2. Lambert, SC, 1:06.61; 3. Boyd, Ph, 1:06.26. 800m run — 1. Ubelaker, 0, 2:42.87; 2. Ube- laker, 0,2:43.28; 3. Noel, 0,2:43.52. 1,600m run — 1. Mick, 0, 5:66.92; 2. DIeU, 0, 6:07.48; 3. Ubelaker, 0,6:10.20. 3,200m run — 1. Mick, 0,12:01.37; 2. Noel, 0, 12:58.69; 3. DIelz, 0,13:10.09. 400m relay — 1. Phillipsburg, 63.20; 2. Norton, 54.17; 3. Russell, 54.74. 1,600m relay — 1. Victoria, 4:21.40; 2. Phillipsburg, 4:26.62; 3. Smith Center, 4:27.92. 3,200m relay — 1. Osborne, 10:38.40; 2. Victoria, 10:45.66; 3. Smith Center, 11:12.20. Shot put — 1. Geist, V, 39-4'A; 2. Maddy, N, 36-10; 3. Herrs, N, 33-7'A. Discus — 1. Geist, V, 117-4; 2. Ubelaker, 0, 114-10; 3. Hager, N, 113-1. High jump — 1. Geist, V, 4-9; 2. Hoffman, V, 49; 3. Sigle, 0, 4-8. Long lump — 1. Hollman, V, 15-7; 2. Sloan, N, 14-1H '4 ;3.Robben,V, 14-4'A. Triple jump — 1. Kralft, Ph, 31-10%; 2. Sloan, N, 31-9'/!.; 3. Hoffman, V, 31-9%. Javelin — 1. Geist, V, 113-1; 2. Grauertiolz, Ph, 104-0; 3. Maddy, N, 99-6. Pole vault — 1. Sechtem, 0, 9-0; 2. Merrill, SC, 9-0; 3. Hillebrand, N, 8-0. Gon PGA scores HOUSTON Joe DuranI Lee Janzen Hal Sutton Chris DiMarco Kevin Sutheriand Scott Hoch Ben Ferguson Caries Franco Shaun Michael Tom Pemice Jr. Brian Gay Vljay Singh Joel Edwards LONGS DRUGS Se Rl Pak Michele Redman Denlse Kllleen Karen Weiss Rachel Teske Rosle Jones Ml Hyun Kim Laura Diaz Patricia Meunler-Lebouc Cindy FIgg-Cum'er Nancy Scranton Helen Alfredsson VIckl Goetze-Ackerman Tina Fischer Mhairi McKay Luciana Bemvenutl Cindy Flom Mamie McGuire Michelle McGann Annika Sorenstam CLASSIC 66-71—137 68-70—138 72-69-141 70-71—141 69-72—141 74-68—142 73-69—142 70-72—142 70-72—142 72-71—143 72-71—143 71-72—143 71-72-143 71-72—143 70-73—143 70-73—143 70-74—144 74-71—145 74-71—145 73-72—145 Local results SALINE COUNTY GOLF ASSOCIATION 2 -MAN SCRAMBLE At Salina Elks CO., par 71 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Brown-Vandegrifl 60 Neuschaler-Rlddle 61 Rillel-Robb 63 Ryan-Norton 63 Reddig-Morgan 67 KIndelsparger-Klndelsparger 67 Bennett-Bennett 67 FIRST FLIGHT Stucky-McKee 68 Smith-Hooper 68 MacDonald-Fuller 68 Buchholz-Knipp 68 Sample-Nickel Carter-Latham Mitchell-Payne Mendeli-Uvery 69 Knipp-Gonzalez Nordslrom-Bradshaw 70 Baridey-Taggart 70 Ring-Ring 70 Plumer-Scheibmeir 70 SECOND FLIGHT Loomls-Ramage 71 Cain-Coleman 71 Klingzell-Peatling 71 Gibson-Schneider 71 Crowell-Broughlon 72 Lawson-Dort 72 Nelson-Houghton 72 Tanking-Mlller 73 Slonebraker-Seibel 73 Enderby-Hedge 73 THIRD FLIGHT Wemer-Lllly 74 Cllne-McMahon 74 McConnell-Boyles 74 TIngen-D'Alanno 74 Knight-Simpson 74 Doucalte-Shearer 74 Montoya-Griffin 74 Lunnin-Johnson 74 Johnson-Waltman 74 Helgele-Mundy 75 Lebahn-Sllvers 76 Fair-Sanchez 76 Hagmeier-Gary 76 FOURTH FLIGHT Annes-Wood 77 Relnsch-Relnsch 77 Gruber-Wllllams 77 Lulher-Menard 77 Naylor-Dolan 78 Hay-Billings 78 llschner-Feller 78 Warner-Norris 78 Andersen-Schwegman 79 Hrabe-Muninger 81 Munson-Winler 86 Todays tee times At Sallna Munclpal G.C., par 70 FIRST TEE 7:30 a.m. — Lulher-Menard, Naylor-Dolan 7:40 — Reinsch-Heinsch, Gnjber-Wlliiams 7:50 — Hagmeler-Gary, Armes-Wood 8 a.m. — Stonebraker-Selbel, Endertiy-Hedge 8:10 — Nelson-Houghton, Tankln-Miiier 8:20 — Crowell-Broughlon, Laweon-Dort 8:30 — Klingzell-Peatling, Gibson-Schneider 8:40 — Loomls-Ramage, Cain-Coleman 8:50 — Ring-Ring, Plumer-Schelbmeir 9 a.m. — Nordslrom-Bradshaw, SarWey-Tag' gart 9:10 — Bennett-Bennett, Stucky-McKee 9:20 — Reddlg-Morgan, Klndelsparger Kindelsparger 9:30 — Riltel-Robb, Ryen-Norton 9:40 — Brown-Vandegrift, Neuschaler-Riddel lOlh TEE 7:30 a.m. — Hrabe-Munlnger, Munson-Winler 7:40 — Wamer-Norris, Andersen-Schwegman 7:50 — Hay-Blllings, Itschner-Fetter 8 a.m. — Lebahn-Silvers, Fair-Sanchez 8:10 — Johnson-Waltman, Helgsla-Mundy 8:20 — Montoya-Grillin, Lunnln-Johnson 8:30 — Knight-Simpson, Doucette-Shearer 8:40 — McConnell-Boyles, TIngen-D'Alanno 0:50 — Wemer-Ully, Cllne-McMahon 9 a.m. — Mendell-Lavery, KnIpp-Gonzalez 9:10 — Carter-Latham, Mitchell-Payne 9:20 — Buchholz-Knipp, Sample-Nickel 9:30 — Smith-Hooper, MacDonald-Fuller High school boys OBERLIN INVITATIONAL At ObsrIln C.C., par 72 Team scores Goodland 343, Trego 344, Atwood 345, Phillipsburg 355, Oberiln 366, Colby 369, Oakley 393, Hoxie JV 415, Quinler 437, Oberiln JV 469, Golden Plains 476. Medalists 1. B.Nllhas, T, 80; 2. Stelner, G. 60; 3. A.Nllhas, T, 84; 4. Haglar, A, 84; 6. Lelker, A, 84; 6. Lemb, A, 85; 7. Schremmer, P, 86; 8. Unin, G, 88; 9. Ryan, P, 86; 10. (tie) Scherting, G & Schwanke, C,88. OPEN 67-69-71—207 67-68-73—208 70-68-71-209 69-70-71-210 69-69-72—210 72-72-67—211 72-71-68—211 72-71-68—211 72-71-68—211 70-67-74—211 74-70-68—212 73-70-69—212 70-69-73—212 General Letter of intent BUTLER COUNTY ATHLETE —Scott Brown. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Mankato H.S. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION —Guan). HGT-6-3. STATS — 19.4 ppg, 6.0 apg, 4.7 rpg. NOTES — Three-times all-league, Salina Journal 1A all-area. SPORTS DIGEST MCLAUGHLIN GETS FIRST WIN IN THREE YEARS — Mike McLaughlin won for the first time in three years and 75 races, leaving several angry drivers in his wake after Saturday's Subway 300 Busch Series race. McLaughlin, whose last victory came in Concord, N.C., in October 1998, took the lead on lap 104 and led to the end of the 113-lap event at Talladega Superspeedway He fought ferociously to hold off Jimmy Spencer, Mike Skinner and Spencer again at the end. He averaged 131.258 mph, beating Spencer to the finish line by 0.125-seconds — about two car- lengths. The Busch cars run with carburetor restrictor plates at Talladega, just like the Winston Cup cars, so the field remained tightly packed and competitive. The race was marred by a series of accidents, including a 13-car melee. FORCE RACES TO 94TH FUNNY CAR VICTORY — John Force raced to his 94th career NHRA Funny Car victory Saturday beating Dean Skuza in the final of the rain-delayed Mac Tools Gatornationals. Force, a two-time winner this season, had a quarter-mile run of 5.310 seconds at a top speed of 273.27 mph. Skuza lost traction at the starting line, and finished in 10.728 seconds at 79.11 mph. Larry Dixon (Top Fuel), Jeg Coughlin (Pro Stock), Matt Hines (Pro Stock Motorcycle) and Greg Stanfield (Pro Stock Truck) also won their divisions in the $2 million event. CELTICS, O'BRIEN NEAR DEAL — Jim O'Brien, who coached Boston to a 24-24 record this season after taking over for Rick Pitino, is close to signing a three-year contract with the Celtics. O'Brien and owner Paul Gaston reached an agreement by phone earlier this week, chief operating officer Rich Pond said Friday "AU of the substantive issues have been agreed to by Paul and Jim," Pond said. The sides are to meet again Monday, he said. "My full expectation is that Jim O'Brien will be our next head coach," Pond said. "And 1 expect that early next week we'll have something to announce." JORDAN SAYS "CHALLENGE" COULD LURE HIM FROM RETIREMENT — Michael Jordan would return to the NBA only to prove he could still play at a high level. "It's definitely the challenge," the 38-year-old Jordan said Saturday on NBC, adding that he isn't ready to say he'll return next season. "I'm not coming back for money, I'm not coming back for the glory 1 think I left the game with that, but the challenge is what I truly love." In an interview taped Friday in Washington, Jordan said he started thinking about a return after he began playing pickup games when his weight increased to 242 pounds. He says it is now about 218 or 220 — slightly above his ideal playing weight of 212. Jordan, now part owner of the Washington Wizards, conceded that his competitive fire has made him think about a comeback. But from a physical aspect, he remains close to his earlier assessment of being "99.9 sure" he won't. "Mentally 1 can reduce that, because mentally I'd like to get my skills back." he explained, but added that desire alone would not be enough. RAHMAN STOPS LEWIS IN FIFTH ROUND FOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLES — Hasim Rahman flattened Lennox Lewis with a stunning right hand near the end of the fifth round to capture the WBC and IBF heavyweight titles in one of the biggest upsets in boxing history The 28-year-old fighter from Baltimore chased the champion across the ring and, with Lewis smiling at him, unleashed a right cross that caught Lewis flush on the jaw and sent him sprawling to the canvas. XTREME 38, DEMONS 6 — Former NFL backup Tommy Maddox threw for two touchdown passes, and Jose Cortez, a roofer from Oregon, kicked four field goals as the Los Angeles Xtreme beat the San Francisco Demons 38-6 on Saturday in the first XFL championship game. The "Million Dollar Game" drew a crowd of 24,153. HINGIS, CAPRIATI BACK IN FAMILY CIRCLE FINAL — Martina Hingis won her 14th straight match at the Family Circle Saturday, setting up a rematch of the Australian Open final against No. 2 Jennifer Capriati. Hingis won eight straight games during one stretch in defeating No. 3 Conchita Martinez 6-2, 6-2 in the semifinals. Earlier, Capriati returned to the championship for the first time in 11 years with a 6-0, 6-2 win over unseeded Marlene Weingartner. V

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