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D2 TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL Television ^day's schedule TUESDAY, APRIL 24 BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — Indiana at Philadelphia, WTBS, 25. 9:30 p.m. — Dallas at Utah, mBS. 25. Auto racing NASCAR leaders By The Associated Press Through April 22 Points I, Dais Jarrett, 1,345. 2, Jelf Gordon, 1,200. 3, JohnnyBanson, 1,195.4, Bobby Hamilton, 1,175. 5, Slerling Martin, 1,153.6, Rusty Wallace, 1,137. 7, Sieve Park, 1,109. 8, Ricky Rudd, 1,096. 9, Tony Stewart, 1,047.10, Bill Elliott, 1,015, II, Kevin Harvick, 999. 12, Dale Earnhardt Jr, 981. 13, Elliott Sadler, 975. 14, Bobby Ubonle, 966. 15, Terry Labonle, 966. 16, Ward Burton, 961. 17, Jerry Nadeau, 957. 18, Malt Kenselh, 949.19, Michael Wallrip, 915.20, Ken Schrader, 913. Money I, Jeff Gordon, $2,396,454. ?, Michael Waltrip, $1,743,790. 3, Dale Jarrett, $1,65^,194. 4, Dale Earnhardl Jr., $1,685,084 . 5, Rusty WoSate,, $1,463,261. 6, Ricky Rudd, $1,211,729. 7, Steve Park, $1,082,289.8, Bobby Labonte, $1,021,564. 9, Bill Elliott, $1,017,853. 10, Mark Martin, $996,260. II, Tony Slevirart, $952,656. 12, Jererry May- lield, $934,906. 13, Jell Burton, $892,367. 14, Slerting Martin, $879,613. 15, Terry Ubonte, $869,821.16, Kevin Harvick, $848,521.17, Mike Skinner, $835,677. 18, John Andretti, $832,822. 19, Ward Burton, $829,704. 20, Johnny Benson, $789,379. Salina Speedway Sunday's Results Mini Stocks Heat 1 — Garhone Jr., Brunsell, Hedberg (007), Barnes, Baccus, Whght, Porter Heat 2 — Landauer, Hedberg (7), Pegg, Hedberg (7J), Eidet, Burt Heal 3 — S.Fuller, Knudsen, Slolzenburg, J. Rodie A Fealure — F.Hedberg , J Hedberg, Hedberg , Garrione Jr., Landauer, S. Fuller, Baccus, Brunsell, Knudsen, Porter IMCA Hobby Stocks Heal 1 — Dauer, Soden, Hein, Woods, Normandin Heal 2 — Shank, Wilson, Livingston, Cossel, Granzella Heal 3 — Rogers, Ohide, Johnson, Berry, Wachsnicht A Feature — Rogers, Dauer, OhIde, Cossel, Hein, Soden, Granzella, Johnson, Berry, Wach­ snicht Super Stocks Heat 1 •— Arnold, Everhart, Hilt, Ollannagan Heat 2 — Lagroon, Dunn, Morrison, McCarrell, Talbert Heal 3 — Milholland, Streit, Fiedler, Gniber Heat 4 — Watts, Fuller, Hoppes, Maughlin, Young A Fealure — Morrison, Dunn, Milholland, Hoppes, Arnold, Fiedler, SIreit, Gruber, Maughlin, Walts IMCA Modfleds Heat 1 — Dix, Welsh, Clements, J. Loveless, Dame, Martens, Bnjndrige Heal 2 — Klima, Echewaria, Sutton, Rouse, Franklin Heal 3 — Wilson, Emmot, Abell, Ziegler Heat 4 — Breeden Jr„ Huehl, B. Loveless, Bnjngardt, Scott, Knoell B Fealure -- Cleveland, Knoell, Scott, Ziegler, Scolt, Ziegler, Rouse, BrungardI, Franklin, J, Loveless A Fealure — Echevarria, Cleveland, Knoell, Welsh, Wilson, Breeden, Jr., Clements, Sutton, Ziegler, Scott Baseliail MLB standings By The Associated Press All Times CDT East Division W L Pet GB Boston 13 6 .684 — Toronto 12 7 .632 1 New York 11 8 .579 2 Baltimore 8 11 .421 5 Tampa Bay 5 14 .263 8 Central Division W L Pet GB Minnesota 14 3 .824 — Cleveland 11 6 .647 3 Chicago 6 11 .353 B Kansas City 6 12 .333 6'A Detroit 5 12 .294 9 West Division W L Pel GB Seattle 15 4 .789 — Texas 10 10 .500 S'/i Anaheim 7 12 .368 8 Oakland 6 13 .316 9 Sunday's Games N.Y. Yankees 4, Boston 3,10 innings Cleveland 11, Detroit 3 Baltimore 10, Tampa Bay 6,11 innings Kansas Cily 5, Toronto 1 Minnesota 4, Chicago White Sox 2 Texas 11, Oakland 2 Seattle 5, Anaheim 0 Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Texas (Davis 2-1) al Toronto (Hamilton 1-0), 6:05 p.m. Minnesota (Redman 1-1) at Boston (Crawlord 1-0), 6:05 p.m. Ballimore (Hentgen 0-2) at Delroil (Weaver 13), 6:05 p.m. Anaheim (Schoeneweis 1-1) al Cleveland (Colon 2-1), 6:05 p.m. Seattle (Garcia 2-0) at N.V. Yankees (Clemens 2-0), 6:05 p.m. Kansas City (Meadows 0-2) at Tampa Bay (Lopez 2-1), 6:15 p.m. Oakland (Zilo 2-1) al Chicago While Sox (Buehrle1-2), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB Philadelphia 11 6 .647 — Montreal 9 10 .474 3 Atlanta 9 11 .450 3'/! New York 8 10 .444 3 '/i Florida 8 11 .421 4 Central Division W L Pet GB Chicago 12 6 .667 — Houston 10 8 .656 2 Cincinnati 9 9 .500 3 Milwaukee 8 10 .444 4 SI. Louis 8 10 .444 4 Pittsburgh 7 10 .412 West Division W L Pet GB San Francisco 11 7 .611 — Colorado 10 8 .556 1 Los Angeles 10 9 .526 t'A Arizona 9 10 .474 2V, San Diego 7 11 .389 4 Monday's Games Allanta 9, Houston 7 Arizona 9, Florida 0 Philadelphia at San Diego Tuesday's Games Allania (Perez 1-2) at Houston (Reynolds 0-1), 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Mels (Rusch 1-0) at Milwaukee (Wright 22), 7:05 p.m. Montreal (Vazquez 2-1) al St. Louis (Kile 2-2), 7:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Tapani 3-0) at Cotorado (Hampton 2-0), 8:05 p.m. Florida (Clement 1-1) at Arizona (Batista 0-0), 8:35 p.m. Philadelphia (Woll 0-3) at San Diego (Williams 1-2), 9:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Olivares 0-2) al Los Angeles (Parti 2-1), 9:10 p.m. Cincinnali (Brower 1-0) al San Francisco (Hernandez 1-2), 9:15 p.m. National League BRAVES 9, ASTROS 7 ATUNTA HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Furcal ss 5 12 1 Lugo ss 4 2 3 1 AJones cl 3 2 3 1 Biggio 2b 4 10 0 CJones 3b 5 12 2 Bgwell lb 4 0 2 1 Surtiofl II 2 2 0 0 Hidalgo d 5 0 2 1 BJordn rt 4 111 Alourt 5 12 0 JLopez c 4 0 10 Brttmn 11 2 110 Brogna lb 5 0 12 Asmus c 5 0 12 OVeras 2b 2 10 0 TrubySb 4 2 3 1 Rmlngr p 0 0 0 0 Dolel p 10 0 0 Helms ph 10 12 JVzcno ph 10 0 0 Rockerp 0 0 0 0 NCruzp 0 0 0 0 Glavine p 2 10 0 Hayes ph 10 0 0 MVIdesp 0 0 0 0 JWPwII p 0 0 0 0 Lckhrt2b 2 0 0 0 Barker ph 10 0 0 WFrklnp 0 0 0 0 Esebio ph 10 0 0 Totals 35 911 9 Totals 3B 714 6 Atlanta 320 000 202-9 Houston 100 030 01 J— 7 E-AJones 2 (2). DP—Atlanta 3, Hcj;'!;'- 2 LOB—Allania 9, Houston 11. 2B-CJcr.,? (C), JLopez (3), Helms (2), Bagwell (5), Ei :,-!!,'riaT (5). HR—Truby (7). SB -AJones (1). SF—EJcidan. IP H RER QK 00 Allanta Glavine W ,3 -1 5 2-3 9 4 4 5 2 MValdes 1 -3 0 0 0 0 0 Remlinger 2 2 1112 Rocker 1 3 2 2 1 2 Houston Dolel L1-2 5 7 5 5 5 5 NCmz 1 0 0 0 0 0 JWPowell 2 2 2 2 3 3 WFranklin 1 2 2 2 1 1 WP—Glavine, Rocker. Umpires—Home, Tschida; First, Davis; Second, Rieker; Third, Carison. T—3:30. A-29,122 (40,950). DIAMONDBACKS 9, MARLINS 0 FLORIDA ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl LCslllo2b 4 0 0 0 Wmackss 2 10 0 Owens rt 4 0 10 JBell 2b 3 2 11 Millar II 4 0 0 0 LGnzlzll 2 2 2 1 PWilsn cl 4 0 2 0 MtWms 3b 3 112 Lowell 3b 4 0 10 SRnley cl 4 112 CJhnsnc 4 0 0 0 RSndrsri 4 113 DLLee lb 3 0 0 0 MEGrclb 4 0 0 0 AGnzlzss 3 0 2 0 DMillerc 3 0 0 0 Dmpslr p 1 0 0 0 RDJsn p 4 110 h'lrong p 10 0 0 LHouln ph 10 0 0 On sbr p 0 0 0 0 ToUl: 33 0 6 0 Totals 29 9 7 9 Florida 000 000 000-0 Arizona 003 060 OOs-9 E—Owens (2). DP—Florida 1. LOB—Florida 6, Arizona 3. 2B—AGonzalez (6), MlWilliams (7), HR—RSanders (8). S—Womack. IP H RER BB SO Florida Oempsler 1,2-2 4 1-3 5 8 8 4 2 Strong 2 2 -3 2 1 1 0 4 Darensbourg 1 0 0 0 1 0 Arizona Johnson W,3-2 9 6 0 0 0 10 HBP—by Dempstor (LGonzalez). Umpires—Home, Rippley; First, Winters; Second, Barrett, Ted; Third, Marquez. T—2:29. A—23,328 (48,500). College rankings Baseball America Top 25 TUCSON, Ariz, (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Baseball America poll with records through April 22 and previous ranking (voting by Ihe stall ol Baseball America): Record Pvs 1. Nebraska 34 -9 3 2. Noire Dame 35-5 5 3. Slanlord 32-10 1 4. Miami 33-10 6 5. Louisiana Slate 30-13 2 6. Southern California 29-14 8 7. Rice 36-13 4 8. Cal State Fullerton 30-11 10 9. Tulane 35-8 11 10. Pepperdino 31-12 13 11. Ftorida Slate 34-12 7 12. Clemson 28-15 12 13. Georgia'Tech 31-12 9 14. Tennessee 33 -10 14 15. Mississippi 30-13 18 16. Cenlral Florida 36-10 17 17. East Carolina 36-10 19 18. Baylor 30-15 20 19. Stetson 36-6 22 20. Arizona Stele 26-14 15 21. Wake Forest 31-12 23 22. Mississippi Stale 26-15 25 23. South Alabama 31-11 21 24. Auburn 29-12 — 25. Georgia 26-15 — Collegiate Baseball Top 25 TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Collegiate Baseball poll wilh records through April 22 and point totals (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports intormation directors): Record Pts Pv 1. Noire Dame 35-5-1 473 2 2. Stenlord 32-10 464 1 3. Louisiana St. 30-13-1 463 3 4. Nebraska 34-9 461 5 5. Cal. St. Fullerton 30-11 459 6 6. Southern Calil. 29 -14 458 7 7. Miami, Fla. 33-10 455 9 8. Stetson 36-6 450 10 9. Florida SI. 34-12 448 4 10. Mississippi 30-13-1 442 15 11. Rice 36-13 439 8 12. Clemson 28-15 436 13 13. Tennessee 33-10 435 12 14. East Carolina 36-10 432 14 15. Georgia Tech 31-12 429 11 16. Pepperdine 31-12 428 16 17. Tulane 35-8 424 23 18. Mississippi St. 26-15 422 18 19. Arizona SI. 26-14-1 420 17 20. Baylor 30-15 419 21 21. Texas 30-18 415 20 22. Wake Forest 31-12 414 — 23. Auburn 29-12 412 — 24. South Carolina 31-13 411 19 25. Cenlral Florida 36-10 410 24 Collegiate Baseball Division II Top 25 TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The top 25 teams in Ihe Collegiate Baseball NCAA Division II poll wilh records through April 22 and poini lolals (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports inlormalion directors): Record Pts Pvs 1. Tampa 39- 6 480 1 2. North Florida 36-11 464 2 3. Delte Slate 38- 7 444 4 4. St. Mary's, Texas 38- 8 432 5 5. Cenlral Missouri Slate 367 408 6 5. Florida Soulhern 32-10 408 8 7. Kennesaw Stete 33-13 376 7 7. Valdoste State 34-17 376 9 9. Georgia College & Stale 3713 350 3 10. Sonoma Stete 35-13 334 II 11. Indianapolis 37-12 322 10 12. Abilene Christian 39-15 306 13 13. Cenlral Oklahoma 37-10 288 12 14. Cal Slate Chico 28-12 256 14 15. Armstrong Allanlic Slate 3614 254 24 16. Soulhern Colorado 35-10 248 15 17. West Georgia 33-13 224 116 18. Wayne St., Neb. 25- 5 194 22 19. Soulhern Arkansas 34-13 176 116 20. Fort Hays Stale 34-12 161 t19 21. Southeast Oklahoma 30-13 m 22. Saini Leo 32-20 141 18 23. Lander 32-18 138 119 24. Columbus Slate 35-17 96 24. Lenoir-Rhyne 31-16 95 125 Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Nebraska 16 4 34 9 Baytor 14 7 30 16 Texas 16 8 30 18 Texas Tech 14 9 31 15 Oklahoma Slate 12 9 32 13 Texas A&M 10 11 25 20 Oklahoma 10 13 16 27 Missouri 10 14 25 17 Iowa Slate 7 10 16 21 Kansas Slate 6 15 20 21 Kansas 5 19 17 26 Today's Games Texas Tech al TCU, 2:35 p.m.; Si. Ambrose al Iowa Slate, 3 p.m.; Baylor at Texas-Arlington (2), 4 p.m.; William Woods at Kansas Stele, 4 p.m.; Oklahoma Stale vs. Arkansas (Tulsa), 4:30 p.m.; Nebraska-Omaha at Kansas, 6 p.m.; Creighlon al Nebraska, 6:30 p.m.; Missouri at Sainl Louis, 7 p.m.; Texas al Rice, 7 p.m.; Southwest Texas al Texas A&M, 7 p.m.; Oklahoma al Oral Roljerts, 8 p .m. Wednesday Iowa Slate al Minnesota, 6 p.m.; Kansas Newman al Kansas, 6 p.m.; Texas-San Antonio al Texas A&M, 6:30 p.m.; Kansas Slate at Oral Roberts, 7 p.m.; Missouri vs. St. Louis (O'Fallon, Mo.), 7:05 p.m. Friday Texas al Iowa Slate, 3 p.m.; Missouri al Kansas Stale, 3 p.m. Nebraska al Texas A&M, 7 p.m.; Kansas al Texas Tech, 7 p.m.; Baylor al Oklahoma Slate, 7 p.m.; Centenary at Oklahoma, 7 p.m. Saturday Texas al Iowa Stete, 1 p.m.; Kansas al Texas Tech, 2 p.m.; Centenary al Oklahoma. 2 p.m.; Missouri al Kansas Slate, 3 p.m.; Baylor al Oklahoma Slate, 7 p.m.; Nebraska al Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Sunday Nebraska al Texas A&M, 1 p.m.; Texas al Iowa Slate, 1 p .m. Kansas al Texas Tech, 1 p.m.; Missouri al Kansas Stele, 1 p.m.; Centenary al Oklahoma, 1 p .m.; Baylor al Oklahoma Slate, 2 p.m. Junior college BROWN MACKIE 5, STERLING JV 3 Brown Hackle 122 000 0 ~ 5 10 1 Sterling JV 100 000 2 - 3 10 3 Nadeau and Rodriguez. Henderson and Mel- Iville. WP — Nadeau (1 -4). LP — Henderson. 2B — BM: Garza. How to E-mail us: Harold Bechard sjlnbechard @ saijournal.com Erik Bonar..... sjebonar@saijournal.com Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@saliournal.com Arne Green sjargreen@saiiournal.com Larry Moritz siimoritz@saliournal.com Christian D Orr sicorr@saliournai.oom Troy Paienske s)tpaienske@saliournai.oom Today's schedule TUESDAY, APRING 24 BASEBALL Kansas Cily Royals at Tampa Bay Devil Rays, 6:15 p.m. Ell-Saline al Sacred Heart (Evans Stadium), 4:30 p.m. GOLF Big 12 Tournament at Hutchinson (PrairieDunes) Ell-Saline al Heart ol America League meet (Sedgwick) SOCCER Salina Central at Topeka High, 4 p.m. Salina Soulh at Manhattan, 5 p.m. SOFTBALL Butler County al Brown Mackie, 3 p,m. Beloil at Southeast ol Saline, 4 p.m. Manhattan at Salina Soulh, 4 p.m. TRACK AND FIELD Salina South invitational, 4 p.m. BROWN MACKIE 9, STERLING JV Brown Maekle 002 101 5 — 9 9 2 Sterling JV 100 002 2 — 5 4 0 J.While, S.While (6) and Flowers. Erikson, Payne (6), Henderson (7) and Neal. WP — J.While (1-4). LP — Erikson. 2B — BM: Reynolds. Records- BMC 7-29. High school MCPHERSON 15, SALINA CENTRAL 3 McPherson 012 147 - 15 IS 3 Salina Central 100 101 - 3 6 5 Tipton and Kalzer; Tharp, Sanders (5), Stephenson (6) and Fross. WP-Tiplon. LP-Tharp. 2B-M: Sodowsky, Tipton, Swanson, Barthel; SC: Lilley. MCPHERSON 9, SALINA CENTRAL 4 MePherson 031 203 0 - 9 11 2 Salina Central 010 010 2 - 4 9 5 Samuels and Renlro; Bowen, Romans (5) and Fross. WP-Samuels. LP-Bowen. 2B-M: Renlro, Barthel; SC: Norris, Bowen, Stephenson. 3B-M; Kalzer. Junior varsity SE-SALINE 17, HERINGTON 7 SE-Sallne 438 20 - 17 16 1 Herington 013 03 - 7 3 5 WP-K.Hartman. LP-Goodyear. 2B-SES: Carr 2, Brack 2, Show. HR-SES: J.Komp. SE-SALINE 15, HERINGTON 5 SE-Sallne 636 00 - 15 7 1 Herington 001 40 - 5 3 4 WP-Garrelson. LP-Brockmeier. 2B-SES: Kruse, Augustine, Brack; H: Glessner. 3B -SES: Garretson, Augustine. HR-SES: Augusline. Records - SE-Saline 4-4. Baslcetbaii NBA boxscores HORNETS 102, HEAT 76 CHARLOTTE (102) Mashbum 8-14 6-6 22, P.Brown 3-6 3-3 9, Campbell 1-7 4-6 6, Wesley 5-8 5-6 18, B.Davis 5-15 5-5 17, E.Robinson 4-6 0-0 8, Magloire 1 -1 2-8 4, Coleman 3-8 1-1 8, Burrell 1 -1 1 -2 3, H.Hawkins 2-4 3-3 7, Recasner 0-1 0-0 0, Thorpe 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 33-73 30-40 102. MIAMI (76) Bowen 2-7 0-0 5, Mason 3-6 2-2 8, Mourning 49 1-1 9, Jones 7-17 3-3 21, Hardaway 1-3 0-0 2, Majerte 2-9 0-0 6, B.Grant 2-4 1-2 5, Carter 5-10 0-0 10, House 4-9 1-2 9, Green 0-0 0-0 0, Cebal- losl-3 0-0 2. Tolals 31-77 8-10 76. Charlotte 26 28 24 24—102 Miami 26 26 7 17— 76 3-Poinl Goals—Chariotte 6-10 (Wesley 3-4, B.Davis 2-4, Coleman 1-2), Miami 6-22 (Jones 48, Bowen 1-3, Majerte 1-8, Hardaway 0-1, Carter 0-1, House 0-1). Fouled oul—None. Rebounds— Chartotte 56 (P.Brown 8), Miami 42 (Jones, B.GranI 6). Assisls—Charlotte 16 (B.Davis 4), Miami 16 (Hardaway 4). Tolal tools—Chariotte 17, Miami 27. Technicals—Miami Illegal Defense, House. A—16,500(19,600). SPURS 86, TIMBERWOLVES 69 MINNESOTA (69) Szczerbiak 2-7 1-2 5, Gamett 5-13 8-8 18, Garrett 0-3 1-2 1, Brandon 2-9 1-1 7, Peeler 1-8 0-0 2, Ellis 6-10 3-4 15, Billups 1-4 1-1 3, Lopez 3-7 1-1 8, Nesterovic 1-3 0-0 2, Mitahell 0-1 0-0 0, Slater 0-1 1-21, Avery 3-5 0-0 7. Tolals 24-711721 69. SAN ANTONIO (86) Ferry 1-4 0-0 3, Duncan 8-16 2-4 18, Robinson 6-8 4-8 16, Porter 4-4 2-2 13, Anderson 5-14 0-0 12, Rose 2-5 0-0 4, Johnson 4-7 1-1 9, Elliott 2-8 0-0 5, Daniels 0-5 2-2 2, Walker 1-2 0-0 2, Kerr 14 0-0 2, Scott 0-1 0-0 0. Totels 34-80 11-17 86. Minnesota 16 20 15 18—69 San Antonio 20 30 24 12—86 3-Poinl Goals—Minnesote 4-14 (Brandon 2-4, Avery 1-2, Lopez 1-2, Billups 0-1, Peeler 0-5), San Antonio 7-17 (Porter 3-3, Anderson 2-5, Ferry 1-2, Ellioll 1-3, Daniels 0-2, Kerr 0-2). Fouled oul—None. Rebounds—Minnesote 54 (Garnett 12), San Antonio 49 (Robinson, Duncan 11). As­ sisls—Minnesote 14 (Billups, Garnett, Milchell, Brandon, Neslerovic, Szczertiiak 2), San Antonio 18 (Duncan, Porter 4). Totel tools-Minnesote 21, San Antonio 18. Technicals—Porter, Walker. Flagrant louls-Ellis. A-31,759 (20,557), NBA playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CDT First Round (Best-of-5) Saturday, April 21 Indiana 79, Philadelphia 78, Indiana leads se- nes 1-0 Utah 88, Dallas 86, Ulah leads series 1-0 San Antonio 87, Minnesola 82 Chariotte 106, Miami 80 Sunday, April 22 Now York 92, Toronto 85, New York leads series 1-0 Phoenix 86, Sacramento 83, Phoenix leads series 1-0 L.A. Lakers 106. Portland 93, L.A. Lakers lead series 1-0 Milwaukee 103, Orlando 90, Milwaukee leads series 1-0 Monday, April 23 Chartolle 102, Miami 76, Charlotte leads series 2-0 San Antonio 86, Minnesola 69, San Antonio loads series 2-0 Tuesday, April 24 Indiana al Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Dallas al Uteh, 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 25 Oriando al Milwaukee, 7 p.m. Phoenix al Sacramento, 9:30 p,m. NBA Defensive Player NBA Defensive Players of the Year By The Associated Press 1983—Sidney Moncriel, Milwaukee 1984—Sidney Moncriel, Milwaukee 1985—Mark Eaton, Uteh 1986—Alvin Robertson, San Antonio 1987—Michael Cooper, L.A. Lakers 1988—Michael Jordan, Chicago 1989—Mark Eaton, Ulah 1990—Dennis Rodman, Delroil 1991—Dennis Rodman, Delroil 1992—David Robinson, San Antonio 1993—Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston 1994—Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston 1995—Dikembe Mutombo, Denver 1996—Gary Payton, Seattle 1997—Dikembe Mutombo, Allania 1998—Dikembe Mutombo, Allante 1999—Alonzo Mourning, Miami 2000—Alonzo Mourning, Miami 2001—Dikembe Mutombo, Allanla-Philadel- phia Boxing Fight schedule By The Associated Press National TV In parentheses April 27 Al Caesars Lake Tahoe, Slaleline, Nov. (ES- PN2), Perneil Whiteker. Norfolk, Va., vs. Carlos Bojorquez, Mexico, 10, junior middleweighls. April 28 Al Cardill (Wales) Inlernalional Arena (SHO), Joe Calzaghe, Bnlain, vs. Mario Veil, Germany, 12, lor Calzaghe's WBO super middleweight title. Al Manhalten Center. New Yori< (HBO), Andrew Lewis, Guyana, vs. Larry Marks, Wilminglon, Del., 12, tor Lewis' WBA wellerweight tiUe; Julio Diaz, Coachella, Calil., vs. Juslo Scencio, New York, 12, lor the vacant NABA lightweight lille. April 29 Al Amazura Ballroom, Jamaica, N.Y., Daniel Reyes, Colombia, vs, Roberto Leyva, Mexico, 12, lor the vacant IBF mini flyweight tille. May 4 Al Aqueduct Racetrack, New York, lamu Mayfield, New Brunswick, N.J., vs. Gary Wilcox, Saratoga, N.Y., 12, lor the vacant USBA cnjiser- weighl lille. Al Uncansville, Conn. (ESPN2), Seott Pember- lon. New Bedford, Mass., vs. Thomas Tale, Houston, 12 lor Pomberton's NABF super middleweight title. Mays Al Don Haskins Center, El Paso, Texas (HBO), Fernando Vargas, vs. Willredo Rivera, 10, juntor middleweighls; Juan Lazcano, Sacramento, Calif., vs, John-John Molina, Puerto Rico, 12, tor Lazcano's NABF lightweight liUe. Al Philadelphia, Miss. (SHO), Joel Casamayor, Cuba, vs, Edwin Santana, Lawrence, Mass., 12, lor Casamayor's WBA super featherweight lille; Acelino Freites, Brazil, vs. Laszto Bognar, Hungary, 12, tor Freites' WBO junior lightweight inie. Mays Al IC Light Amphitheater, Pittsburgh (ESPN2), Paul Spadalora, Pittsburgh, vs. Joel Perez, Houston, 12, tor Spadatora's IBF lightweight lille; Tito Mendoza, Panama, vs, Lionel Ortiz, Puerto Rico, 10, middleweighls. May 11 At Savannah, Ga, (ESPN2), Terronn Millett, St. Louis, vs. Cartes Gonzalez, Mexico, 10, welterweights. May 12 Al Madison Square Garden, New Yori( (TVKO), William Joppy, Silver Spring, Md., vs, Felix Trinidad, Puerto Rico, 12, tor Joppy's WBA middleweight titte. May 17 At Ihe Grand Biloxi (Miss.) Theatre, Derrick Gainer, Pensacola, Fla., vs. Cedrie Mingo, Lancaster, S.C., 10, tealherweighls. Al Roseland, New Yorti, Lou Del Valle, Bronx, N.Y., vs. Leslie Stewart, New York, 10, light heavyweights. May 19 Al Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Conn., Charles Brewer, Philadelphia, and Antwun Echols, Memphis, Tenn., 12, NABA super mid- dleweighl title. Generai Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM ANGELS-Placed DH Glenallen Hill on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled INF Jose Fernandez from Sail Lake of the PCL Aclivaled LHP Ready Espina from Ihe 16-day disabled list and designated him lor assignment. National League COLORADO ROCKIES—Traded INF Juan Sosa to Arizona tor 3B Ryan Owens. California League RANCHO CUCAMONGA QUAKES—Placed P Greg Jones on Ihe 15-day disabled list. Released P Brent Haworth. Announced thai RHP David Wolensky and RHP Brandon O'Neal have been assigned 10 Ihe team by the Anaheim Angels. Texas-Louisiana League SAN ANGELO COLTS-Signed P Sieve Ortiz and INF Tony Demarco. BASKETBALL USA BASKETBALL—Named Penn State men's basketball coach Jerry Dunn coach of the USA men's Worid University Games team, and Mississippi coach Rod Barnes and Boston College coach Al Skinner assistent coaches. National Basketball Association NBA—Named Gabriel Gabor director ol communications lor NBA Lalin America. Vi /omen's National Basketball Association HOUSTON COMETS—Traded G Jennifer Rlz- zotti to Detroit tor G Anna DeForge. INDIANA FEVER—Announced Ihe retirement of G Chantel Tremiliere. FOOTBALL National Football League CAROLINA PANTHERS—Signed RB R.J. Bowers, DT Jon Blackman, LB Ron Meriserson, DE Derrick Chambers, WR Jermale Kelly, DT Jamie Lovern, FB Thadd Bullone, WR Kevin Col- fey, G Luke Fritz, FB Nick Goings, DB Kenneth Gram, DB Eric Hall, LS Nathan Hodel, C Jarad Moon, DT Ron Smilh and T Charies Thomas. CINCINNATI BENGALS—Released DL John Copeland. DENVER BRONCOS—Agreed to terms wilh OT Brent McCattrey. GREEN BAY PACKERS—Agreed to temis with P Kevin Slemke. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS-Agreed to terms wilh OB Jimmy Blanchard, DB Delvin Brown, DB Nale Gales, OL McAllister Collins, OL Jell Long, OL Patrick Venzke, OL Bill Young, LB Ryan Goven, LB Brian Williams, DL Ryan Haridau, DL Radell Lockhart, DL Jason Nikolao, WR Marcellus Harris, WR Antonio Stanley, WR Randal Williams, RB Elvis Joseph, RB Duslin McClintock, RB Patrick Washington, RB Jerry Weslbrooks and TE Ryan Prince. MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed WR Kenny Clark, OL Oscar Comeaux, DE Jeff Hazuga, OL Wes Hines, TE Jeff Koslrewa, LB Shawn Page, S Brian Russell, OL Mike Solwold and OL Bennitte Wadell, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Released DE Mike Mamula. Signed P Jason Baker, CB Fred Booker, LB Roylin Bradley, FS Terrence Carrall, CB Darrel Crulchlield, FS Julian Jones, WR Scott Kays, WR Mel Long, WR Eric MeCready, OT Josh Moore, FB Brennan Ochs, LB Josh Parry, OT Kendrick Rogers, WR Sean Scolt, OT Tarios Thomas and LB Derrick Walker, PITTSBURGH STEELERS—Signed WR Joey Getherall, RB Cedrie Washington, FB Rod Frazier, TE Ryan Sprague, WR Vanness Provitt, RB Eddie Faulkner, WR Tim Baker, G David Bobo, DT Nigel Tharpe, G Keydrick Vincent, DT Chris Hoke, DT Luis Almanzer, LB Chad Evitts, OT Rob Fehrman, K Andy Kohl and CB Adrian Sadler, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Agreed to terms wilh WR Jacquay Nunnally, WR Alex Willis, WR Frank Rice, WR Margin Hooks, WR Khori Ivy, WR Robert Kilow, CB Alexander Ardley, DL Andy Aracri, DL Mike MaoKenzie, LB Marq Cerqua, LB Byron Thweatt, OL Shane Griee, OL Brian Gruber, OL Leon Hires, LS Ryan Benjamin, TE David Newman and RB Jamie Wilson, Released OB Ted White. TENNESSEE TITANS-Agreed to terms witti WR Tyson Henshaw, WR Wlichael Snowden, WR Steve Neal, WR Marshaun Tucker, WR Jimmy Redmond, WR Andrew Bennett, OB Chris Sanders, TE Robby Snelling, RB Rashad Bartholomew, C Chris Lorenii, OT Barry Hall, G Caleb Moore, C Reed Diehl, DT Donovan Arp, DE Larry Paul, DE Juqua Thomas, LB Kaulai Olevao, LB Tim Betts, CB Dante Marsh, S Marcus Spencer, S Joe Walker, and S Leo Barnes. COLLEGE BELHAVEN—Named Scott Highsmilh offensive eoordinalor and quartertiacks coach, and Andy Williams detensive coordinator. BLOOMFIELD—Named Matthew Donohue women's baskeUiail coach. MASSACHUSETTS—Named John Leonard, Andrew Theokas and Christopher Walker men's assistant basketball coaches. PEPPERDINE—Named Gib Arnold and Jim Nielsen men's assistent basketball coaches. SETON HALL—Named Brian Nash, William Garrett and John Dunne men's assistant basketball coaches. UNLV—Extended the contract ol John Robinson, football coach, through Ihe 2005 season. Today in history By The Associated Press April 24 1945 — Albert "Happ/ Chandler, a senator from Kentucky, Is elected commissioner of baseball by a unanimous vote of the major league club owners. Chandler, elected to a seven-year term, succeeds Kenesaw Mountain Landls, who died In November 1944. 1963 — Bob Cousy ends his 13-year career by scoring 18 points to lead Ihe Boston Celtics to their fifth consecutive NBA championship. The Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers In six games wilh a 112-109 victory. 1967 — The Philadelphia 76ers win the NBA championship in six games with 125-122 comeback victory over Ihe San Francisco Warriors. Billy Cunningham scores 13 points in the final 12 minutes as Ihe 76ers overcome a five-point deficit enlerfng the louiih quarter. 1974—Tampa Is awarded the NFL's 27th franchise. 1993 — George Branham III becomes the first black bowler to win a PBA Triple Crown event. He beats Pariter Bohn 111 227-214 In Ihe Tournament of Champions. 1994 — David Robinson scores 71 points to win the NBA scoring tille as the San Antonio Spurs end the regular season with a 112-97 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. Robinson, the fourth NBA player to score more than 70 polnte in a game, edges Ortando's Shaquille O'Neal for the scoring title. 1996 — Petr Nedved scores a power-play goal wilh 44.6 seconds lett In the fourth overtime, ending the longest NHL game In 60 years and giving the Pittsburgh Penguins a 3-2 victory over the Washington Capitals, 1999 — Patrick Roy has a season-high 42 saves In Colorado's 3-1 victory over San Jose, It's the tooth playoff win for Roy, the most in NHL history. Golf PGA Tour money By The Associated Press Through The Shell Houston Open Tm Money 1. Tiger Woods 8 $3,263,857 2. Vijay Singh 11 $2,121,595 3. Joe Durant 12 $2,111,722 4. Phil Mickelson 10 $1,892,502 5. Davis Love III 10 $1,577,133 6. Marti Calcavecchia 9 $1,528,433 7. Brad Faxon 11 $1,371,250 8. Steve Strieker 8 $1,303,870 9. Hal Sutton 11 $1,278,310 10. Mike Weir 9 $1,255,540 11. Jim Furyk 8 $1,138,350 12. Billy Mayfair 11 $1,030,888 13. Ernie Els 9 $1,007,575 14. Tom Lehman 11 $1,007,523 15. Bemhard Unger 10 $936,311 16. Seott McCarron 9 $910,819 17. Jasper Pamevik 12 $884,106 18. Robert Allenby 12 $864,074 19. JeH Sluman 11 $799,154 20. RMCO Mediate 9 $779,997 21. David Duval 7 $763,497 22. Frank Uekliter II 11 $750,571 23. Scott Verplank 9 $725,497 24. Dennis Paulson 12 $707,707 25. Jerry Kelly 11 $697,005 26. Kevin Sulhertand 11 $686,448 27. David Toms 12 $681,480 28. Chris DiMarco • 12 $657,854 29. Garrett Willis 13 $647,192 30. Bob Tway 9 $621,007 31. Lee Janzen 11 $615,638 32. Stewart Cink 12 $593,439 33. Steve Lowery 11 $580,986 34. Chris Smilh 11 $528,405 35. Billy Andrade 10 $519,824 36. Paul Azinger 9 $496,990 37. Geoff Oglivy 7 $469,821 38. Fred Funk 12 $467,521 39. Paul Smnkowski 11 $464,227 40. Chris Perry 12 $451,328 Ryder Cup points By The Associated Press Through April 22 United States 1. Tiger Woods 2,227.500 2. Phil Mickelson 1,093.125 3. David Duval 640.000 4. Mark Calcavecchia 635.375 5. Davis Love III 619.500 6. Hal Sutton 613.000 7. Joe Durant 505.000 9. Jim Furyk 492.875 7. Tom Lehman 468.750 10. Brad Faxon 406.500 11. Loren Roberts 383.000 12. Steve Lowery 360.000 13. Seott Verplank 358.500 14. John Huston 357.500 15. Kiril Triplett 331.666 Europe 1. Pierre Fulke, Sweden 1169354.43 2. Lee Westwood, England 933077.59 3. Padraig Harrington, Ireland 902742.82 4. Darren Clarke, N.Ireland 747045.16 5. Thomas Bjom, Denmark 730912.45 6. Ian Poulter, England 420629.15 7. Sergio Garcia, Spain 397813.65 8. Robert Kartsson, Sweden 370620.50 9. Miguel Angel Jimenez, Spain 360693.78 10. Colin Monlgomerie, Scottand 359559.83 11. Bernhard Langer, Gennany 333387.32 12. Dean Robertson, Scotland 306625,03 13. Phillip Price, Wales 300565,53 14. Justin Rose, England 280498.94 15. Paul MeGInley, Ireland 280265.48 Big 12 Tournament AT HUTCHINSON Prarle Dunes Golf & Country Club Par 70 TEAM RESULTS Baylor 606, Texas 609, Colorado 614, Oklahoma 616, Oklahoma Slate 620, Texas A&M 625, Kansas 628, Kansas Slate 635, Missouri 644, Iowa Slate 648, Nebraska 649, Texas Tech 651, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Worth Williams, SU 72-72—144 Par Nilsson, OSU 75-74—149 Jason Hartwick, Texas 80-71—151 Jimmy Walker, BU 80-71—151 John Kidwell, OU 76-77—153 Kelsey Cline, OU 77-76—153 Kane Webber, CU 80-73—153 J.J. Wall, Texas 76-78—154 Martin Floras, OU 80-74—154 Matt Call, CU 76-78—154 Stephen Reed, A&M 75-79—154 Chris Marshall, KU 77-78—155 Brandon Sanders, BU 78-77—155 Ben Portie, CU 83-72—155 Matthew Zions,CU 80-75—155 Cody Freeman, OU 78-78—156 J.C. DeLeon, OSU 77-79—156 Jon Anlunes, BU 80-75—156 A.J. Elgert, KSU 82-74—156 John Klauk, Texas 87-70—157 Andy Stewart, KU 72-85—157 Mark Hull, Tech 80-77—157 Matt Brobsl, Texas 76-82—158 Mall Dobyns, Texas 82-76—158 Conrad Roberts, KU 83-75—158 Matt Galchel, ISU 80-78—168 Casey Cronin, A&M 78-82—160 Bryan Mllberger, KSU 77-83—160 Kevin Oswald, ISU 75-85—160 Peter Davidson, OSU 78-83—161 Anders Hultman, OSU 81-80—161 Joe Lilley, CU 80-81—161 David Bolen, Tech 82-79—161 Mark McBride, MU 79-82—161 Blake Humbles, NU 80-81—161 Jim Troy, NU 84-77—161 Matt Williams, KSU 88-73—161 Boyd Summerhays, OSU 86-76—162 Duke Butler, A&M 84-78—162 Casey Harbour, KU 78-85—163 Travis Hurst, KU 80-83—163 Matt Undholm, A&M 78-85—163 Chris Happ, MU 85-78—163 Bryan Schwelzer, KSU 81-82—163 Selh Porter, NU 82-81—163 Adam Meyer, BU 86-78—164 Rob Arthur, NU 81-83—164 Jamie Faldley, ISU 87'79—166 Aaron Walkins, KSU 88-78—166 MattCohn,OU 81-87—168 Josh Clay, ISU 81-88-169 Brad Jacobson, Tech 88-82—170 Phil Slovitt, ISU 87-83—170 Tom Vogt, MU 82-89—171 Brandon Knaub, MU 83-88—171 Trey Pyka, Tech 88-85—173 Mike Vanler, NU 85-90—176 Hole-in-one WHO —Ryan Bina,Hillsbora . WHERE -Salina Municipal G.C. WHEN —Monday. HOLE —No 2. DISTANCE —136 yards. CLUB USED —Sand wedge. WITNESSES — Joe Woods, Chuck BIna, Adam Woods, Phillip Thiessen. Hociiey NHL playoffs By The Associated Press All 'nmes CDT FIRST ROUND (Be8t-of-7) Wednesday, April 18 Toronto 3, Ottawa 1, Toronto wins series 4-0 Washington 4, Pittsburgh 3,0T Carolina 3, New Jersey 2, OT Cotorado 5, Vancouver 1, Cotorado wins series 4-0 Los Angeles 4, Detroit 3, OT Thursday, April 19 Philadelphia 3, Bullato 1 SL Louis 3, San Jose 2, OT Dallas 4, Edmonton 3, OT Friday, April 20 Carolina 3, New Jersey 2 Saturday, April 21 Pittsburgh 2, Washington 1 Buffato 8, Philadelphia 0, Buffalo wins series 42 Los Angeles 3, Delroil 2, Los Angeles leads series 3-2 St. Louis 2, San Jose 1, St. Louis wins series 42 Dallas 3, Edmonton 1, Dallas wins series 4-2 Sunday, April 22 New Jersey 5, Carolina 1, New Jersey wins series 4-2 Monday, April 23 Pittsburgh 4, Washington 3, OT Pittsburgh wins series 4-2 Detroit al Los Angeles, (n) Wednesday, April 25 Los Angeles at Detroit, 7 p.m., 11 necessary High school GREAT BEND 8, SALINA CENTRAL 7 Salina Central 000 025 0 — 7 10 6 Great Bend 000 042 2 — 8 9 4 Brown and Lovullo. Reed and Dreiling. WP — Reed. LP — Brown (1-4). 2B — GB: Schweger, Bink. GREAT BEND 7, SALINA CENTRAL 6 Salina Central 303 000 0 — 6 10 4 Great Bend 005 110 x — 7 7 5 Rnan and Lovullo. Biggs and Chandler. WP — Biggs. LP — Rnan (0-4). LINCOLN 10, BELOITO Belolt 000 00 — 0 2 0 Lincoln 144 1x — 10 10 0 WP — Moore. LP — Abererombie. 2B — L: Rosebrook, Moore. LINCOLN 14, BELOIT 10 Belolt 231 121 0 — 10 10 0 Lincoln 425 111 x — 14 14 2 WP — Pagan. LP — Abererombie. 2B — B: Abererombie, Spangler; L: Rosebrook, Huskey. 3B — L Pagan. Records- Lincoln 10-4. Tennis Junior varsity GREAT BEND INVITATIONAL Team Scores Salina Soulh 13, Garden City 12, Great Bend 9, Dodge City 9, Pratt 4, Great Bend Black. South Results No. 1 Singles —Jones (3-1), 2nd. No. 2 Singles —Drees (3-1), Isl. No. 1 Doubles — Kelley-Nieden«erder (5-0), 1st. No. 2 Doubles — Amold-Nguyen (2-3), 3rd. Junior high MCPHERSON 21, SALINA SOUTH a SINGLES No. 1 — Gillespie, SS, del. Christ, M, 9-7; No. 2 —Milard, Me, def, Chariton, SS, 9-8 (7-4); No. 3 — Hague, M, def. ChamofI, SS, 9-4; No. 4 — Klonda, M, def. Milchell, SS, 9-2; No. 5 — Claassen, M, del. Wighs, SS, 9-7; No. 6 — Menard, M, def, Diehl, SS, 9-1; No, 7 — Hawk, M, del. Puvogel, SS, 9-1; No. 8 — Rothrock, M, del, Sader, SS, 9-1. DOUBLES No. 1 — Reese-Nye, M, def, George-LIIIy, SS, 8-4; No. 2 — Clary-Unn, M, def. Koveleskie- LSellers, SS, 8-5; No. 3 — Spencer-Nieman, M, def. Sanasinh-Haworth, SS, 8-1; No. 4 — Schartz-Loecker, M, def. Slein-deAlmedia, SS, 83; No. 5 — Oliver-Radar, M, del. VanGundy- Weishaar, SS, 8-3; No, 6 — Copeland-Anderson, M, deL Eves-Taponapanh, SS, 8-4; No. 7 — Fraser-Allison, M, del. Miller-Riiey, SS, 8-6; No. 8 — Miller-Gibson, M, def. Homelvig-Riltel, SS, 8-1; No. 9 — Frisbee-Norman, M, def. Eves- Miller, SS, 9-7; No. 10 — Koehn-Dhlslrom, M, del, Lamer-Lamer, SS, 8-4; No. 11 — Shaw- Mllchell, M, def. Kulschka-Ha, SS, 8-1; No, 12 — Archer-Rockerfellow, M, del. Glbbs-NIchoIson, SS, 8-6; No. 13 — Labrier-Russel, M, def. Si- dles-LSelters, SS, 8-1; No. 14 — Slirn-Stone, SS, del, Surface-Grennan, MeP, 8-6; No. 15 — Shobor-Nicoll, M, def. Compton-Desaire, SS, 8-4; No. 16 — Money-Skillern, SS, def, Raddalz- Maler, SS, 8-5. Tpacl( & Field High school JEWELL INVITATIONAL BOYS Team Scores Wilson 62, Hillerest 68, Bennington 55, Downs 50, SJ-Beloil 50, Tescotl 49, Pike Valley 39, Mankato 38, Southern Ctoud 36, Kensington 23, Jewell 19, Tipton 15, Waconda East 13, While Rock 10, Lincoln 9, Belolt JV1. Individual TJ — 1. Remus, D, 41-3; 2, Doyle, TIP, 40-11; 3. Racek, WIL, 39-0. HJ — 1. Kepka, WIL, 6-0; 2. Zach, HIL, 6-0; 3. Ahlers, BEN, 5-10. SP — 1. Eilert, SJB, 47-0; 2. Kralky, WIL, 468 'A; 3. Bretton, KEn, 42-2 VJ. DIS — 1. Levin, KEN, 153-0; 2. Brown, D, 12110; 3. RIchel, BEN, 119-8. PV — 1. Burgess, JW, 11-0; 2. German, PV, 10-0; 3. Ochs, TES, 9-6, LJ — 1. Remus, D, 20-2; 2. Graves, TES, 20-2; 3. Bigter, TES, 20-1. 110 HH — 1. TIeljens, WE, 16.52; 2. Popelka, HIL, 17.32; 3. Fuller, SC, 17,77, 100 — 1. Graves, TES, 11.38; 2. Pauls, SJB, 11.73; 3. Budke, SJB, 11.75. 1,600 — 1. Boyles, WR, 5:00.09; 2. Jackson, LIN, 5:01.42; 3. Richard, SC, 5:02.09. 400 — 1. Placek, WIL, 52.42; 2. Blending, PV, 63.12; 3. Bigler, BEN, 53.20. 300 IH — 1. Beam, HIL, 43.74; 2. Kepka, WIL, 43.93; 3. Thelssen, SJB, 44.27. 800 — 1. Jeffery, MAN, 2:08.43; 2. Placek, WIL, 2:09.27; 3, Eilert, SJB, 2:11.14, 200 — 1. Graves, TES, 23.51; 2. Harris, D, 24.24; 3. Baker, BEN, 24,37, 3,200— 1. Long, D, 11:17.40; 2. Herzfeld, SC, 11:17.52;3.Kosler, BEN, 11:20.57. 3,200 relay -1. Mankato, 8:59,00; 2. Hlllcresl, 9:02,9; 3. Pike Valley, 9:28,21. 400 relay — 1. Tescott, 46.39; 2. Pike Valley, 46.44; 3. Bennington, 46.81. 1,600 relay — not available. GIRLS Team Scores Tipton 89, Bennington 74, Hillerest 72, Tescott 70, Downs 68, Uncoln 44, Wilson 39, Kensington 23, Waconda East 21, Southern Cloud 18, Pike Valley 14, Mankato 3, Beloil JV 1, Jewell 0, SJ- Beloll O.White Rock 0. Individual TJ — 1. Adam, TIP, 32-7'/i; 2. Hardy, D, 31-9; 3. Streit, TIP, 31-9. HJ — 1. Wagner, WIL 5-4; 2. Dennis, BEN, 60; 3, Hardy, 0,4-10. SP — 1. Keever, D, 40-0; 2. Marsicek, HIL, 371; 3. Pahls, SC, 32-9. DIS — 1. Joy, HIL 109-0; 2. Marsicek, HIL 108-3; 3. Nelson, PV, 106-9. JAV — 1. Pahls, SC, 110-4; 2. Kohlman, KEN, 103-5; 3. Breeding, HIL, 99-6. PV — 1. Breeding, HIL, 8-0; 2. (lie) Hake, D, 76; Roland, BEN, 7-6, U — 1. Adam, TIP, 16-2; 2., Ralhbun, LIN, 162; 3. Holer, KEN, 15-3'A. too HH — 1. Roland, BEN, 17.14; 2. Kohlman, HIL, 17.59; 3. Hummel, TES, 17.61. 100 — 1. McAllister, TES, 13.03; 2. Ralhbun, LIN, 13.48; 3. Dennis, BEN, 13.49. 1,600 — 1. Obemiueller, LIN, 6:01.34; 2. Olson, BEN, 6:07.37; 3. Placek, WIL, 6:11.75. 400 — 1. Timbers, TIP, 1:02.29 (meet record); 2. Woody, TES, 1:03.30; 3. Albert, WE, 1:03.97. 300 IH — 1. Adam, TIP, 47.85; 2. Hoter, KEN, 50.29; 3. Roland, BEN, 50.70. 800 — 1. Timbers, TIP, 2:32.15; 2. Keezer, D, 2:32.67; 3. Walson, LIN, 2:33.66. 200 — 1. McAllister, TES, 26.99; 2. Dennis, BEN. 27.40; 3. Ranter, HIL, 27,93. 3,200 — 1. Gasper, TIP, 13.26; 2. Watts, TES, 13.45; 3. Bock, WE, 14.08. 3,200 relay — 1. Tipton, 10:54.67 (meet record); 2. Bennington, 11:01.08; 3. Hillerest, 11:21.64. 400 relay — 1. Tescott, 52,11 (meet record); 2. Lincoln, 53.38; 3. Bennington, 53.40. 1,600 relay —Not available. SPORTS DIGEST Camby's mother safe after standoff By The Associated Press SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. — A knife-wielding man took Marcus Camby's mother and two sisters hostage Monday before surrendering peacefully Troy Grooms was charged with burglary first-degree sexual assault, kidnapping, assault, unlawful restraint and possession of a weapon following the nearly eight-hour standoff Bail was set at $500,000 and he was scheduled for arraignment Tuesday Police said the 28-year-old Hartford man was known to the New York Knicks star's family The mother had called police earlier this month about a dispute at the home, and police questioned Grooms and one of Camby's sisters at the time but did not file any charges. South Windsor police spokesman Sgt. Matthew Reed said. Camby's 21-year-old sister had a knife held to her throat during the standoff, said police spokesman Sgt. Matthew Reed. She was treated for minor cuts on her arm and hand.. Grooms is listed on the state's database of sex offenders because of a 1993 conviction for third-degree sexual assault. He also has been convicted of forgery, possession of narcotics, creating a public disturbance and failing to appear in court, according to police. Police arrived at the home around 3:30 a.m. Monday after a report of domestic violence. Officers found a man holding a knife to the throat of one of Camby's sisters, according to Reed. Police then opted to withdraw because Grooms demanded it. Camby's mother left with police. It was not clear how long he had been in the house before police were called. Camby's mother left with police. JURORS ACQUIT BASKETBALL COACH IN MOLESTATION TRIAL — At Compton, Calif., A prominent high school basketball coach was acquitted Monday of charges he molested a 17-year-old player from his team. Russell Otis, 38, was charged with child molestation, sodomy and oral copulation of a person under the age of 18. He faced up to nine years and eight months in state prison. The jury heard closing arguments Friday then returned the innocent verdict late Monday DEFENSIVE END MIKE MAMULA RELEASED BY EAGLES — Defensive end Mike Mamula, a first-round draft choice in 1995, was released Monday by the Philadelphia Eagles. Mamula joined the Eagles out of Boston College and played in 77 games over six seasons. He missed all of the 1998 season with a knee injury He made 288 tackles, including 31.5 sacks, and forced eight fumbles while recovering six. XAVIER COACH MEETS WITH PLAYERS, DECLINES COMMENT — Xavier coach Skip Prosser called his players together for a late-night meeting Monday but refused to say whether it was to discuss his possible departure for Wake Forest. The Cincinnati Enquirer, citing unidentified sources, said Prosser planned to meet with Xavier's president and athletics director on Tuesday. Prosser and his wife visited the Wake Forest campus last weekend, but he has declined to say whether he was offered the head coaching job that Dave Odom left to coach South Carolina. BENGALS RELEASE JOHN COPELAND — The Cincinnati Bengals released lineman John Copeland on Monday two days after making defensive end Justin Smith their top pick in the NFL draft. Copeland was the Bengals' first-round choice in the 1993 draft, but never developed into a dominating player By taking Smith with the fourth overall pick Saturday the Bengals essentially replaced one first-rounder with another Injuries limited Copeland throughout his careen PENN STATE'S DUNN CHOSEN TO COACH WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES TEAM— Penn State's Jerry Dunn was selected on Monday to coach the 2001 USA men's basketball World University Games team. Mississippi coach Rod Barnes and Boston College coach Al Skinner were chosen as Dunn's assistants in an announcement by USA Basketball. The U.S. team is riding a 40-game winning streak in the competition and will be shooting for its seventh straight World University Games gold medal when the games are held Aug. 22-Sept. 1 in Beijing.

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