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C2 SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule SATURDAY, APRIL 28 AUTO RACING 11;30 a.m. — NASCAR, Busch Sofies, Auto Club 300, FOX, cable 4. 1:30 p.m. — NASCAR, Winston Cup, final practice lor NAPA 500, (X, cable 28. 2 p.m. — ASA, ACDeIco Series, TNN, cable 34. 6 p.m. — IRL, Atlanta 500 Classic. ESPN2, cable 39. 8:30 p.m. — NHRA, qualilying lor Thunder Valley Nationals, ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL 3 p.m. — NCAA, Missouri at Kansas State, FS- RM, cable 55. 3 p.m. — Ma|or Leagues, Chicago Cubs at San Francisco, WGN, cable 7. 6 p.m. — Major Leagues, Texas at Cleveland, IX, cable 28. 9 p.m. — Maior Leagues, Atlanta at Arizona, WTBS, cable 25. BASKETBALL 11:30 a.ia — NBA, Indiana at Philadelphia, NBC, cable 3. 2 p.m. — NBA, Dallas at Utah, NBC, cable 3. 4:30 p.m. — NBA, Minnesota at San Antonio, NBC, cable 3. 7 p.m. — NBA, Milwaukee et Oriando, TNT, cable 41. BOXING 9 p.m. — Joe Calzaghe vs. Mario Veil; Richie -Woodhall vs. Toks Owoh, Showtime, cable 15. 10:10 p.m. — Andrew Lewis vs. Larry Mari(s; Julio Diaz vs. Justo Sendon. HBO, cable 16. FOOTBALL Noon — NFL Europe, Bertin at FranMurt, FS- RM, cable 55. GOLF 2:30 p.m. — LPGA, Kathy Ireland Championship, ESPN2, cable 39. 3 p.m. — PGA, Greater Greensboro Classic, CBS, cable 12,13. 5 p.m. — PGA Seniors. Bnmo's Memorial Classic, CNBC, cable 48. HOCKEY 2 p.m. — NHL, Pittsburgh at Buffalo or Los Angeles at Colorado, ABC, cable 9,10. 6 p.m. — NHL, Toronto at New Jersey, ESPN, cable 38. SOCCER 11 a.m. — WUSA, Washington at Carolina, TNT, cable 41. 3 p.m. — MLS, Chkago at Tampa Bay, ESPN, cable 38. TENNIS 6 p.m. — ATP, Verizon Tennis Challenge, FS- RM, cable 55. 8 p.m. — ATP, Verizon Tennis Challenge, FS- RM, cable 55. TRACK 8. FIELD 4:30 p.m. — Penn Relays, ESPN2, cable 39. Basicetliail NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-ot-5) Thursday's results Toronto 94, New Yorii 74, series tied 1-1 LA Lakers 106, Portland 88, Los Angeles leads series 2-0 Friday's result Chariotte 94, Miami 79, Chariotte wins series 30 Saturday's games Philadelphia at Indiana, 11:40 a.m. Utah at Dallas, 2 p.m. San Antonio at Minnesota, 4:30 p.m. Milwaultee at Orlando, 7:30 p.m. Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB Boston 16 7 .696 — Toronto 15 7 .682 'A NewYori( 12 11 .522 4 Baltimore 10 13 .435 6 Tampa Bay 7 16 .304 9 Central Division W L PcL GB Minnesota 16 5 .762 — Cleveland 12 9 .571 4 Chicago 7 14 .333 9 Detroit 7 14 .333 9 Kansas City 7 15 .318 9'A West Division W L Pel GB Seattle 19 4 .826 — Texas 11 12 .478 8 Anaheim 9 14 .391 10 Oakland S 15 .348 11 Thursday's results Kansas City 6, Tampa Bay 0 Detroit 8, Baltimore 2 Boston 2, Minnesota 0 Cleveland 6, Anaheim 5 Seattle 7, NewYori(3 Oakland 16, Chicago 6 Friday's results Toronto 12, Anaheim 4 Texas 11, Cleveland 9 Boston 9, Kansas City 2 Detroit 4, Tampa Bay 2 New Yort( 3, Oakland 2 Minnesota 6, Baltimore 3 Seattle 8, Chicago 3 Saturday's games Anaheim (Ortiz 2-2) at Toronto (Michalak 3-0), 12:05 p.m. Kansas City (Reichert 2-1) at Boston (Ohka 20), 12:05 pm. Oakland (Hudson 2-2) at New Yorii (Ully 0^)), 12:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Judd 0^1) at Detroit (Perisho 0-1), 12:05 p.m. Texas (Helling 1-3) at Cleveland (Burba 2-1), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (McElroy 0-1) at Minnesota (Redman 1-2), 6:05 p.m. Seattle (Abbott 0-0) at Chkago (Biddle 1-0), 6:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB Philadelphia 14 7 .667 — Montreal 11 12 .478 4 Atlanta 10 13 .435 5 Florida 9 13 .409 5'/S NewYorti 8 14 .364 B'/i Central Division W L Pet GB Chkago 13 8 .619 — Cincinnati 12 9 .571 1 Houston 11 10 .524 2 Milwaukee 11 11 .500 2'n SL Louis 1! II .500 2l3 Pittsburgh 8 12 .400 f.i West Division W L Pet GB Colorado 12 9 .571 — Arizona 12 10 .545 'fi Los Angeles 12 10 .545 '/i San Francisco 11 10 .524 1 San Diego 8 14 .364 4'.^ Thursday's results Montreal 4, SL Louis 3.15 innings Milwaukee 12, New Yorii 8 Chicago 7, Colorado 2 Oncinnati 7, San Francisco 5 San Diego 11, Philadelphia 0 Arizona 13, AtlanlaO Los Angeles 6, Pittsburgh 3 Friday's results Fkxida 9, Houston 8,10 innings Montreal 6, Milwaukee 1 SL Louis 9, New Yorli 0 Cincinnati at Cotorado, (n) Atlanta at Arizona, (n) Pittsburgh at San Diego, (n) Philadelphia at Los Angeles, (n) Chicago at San Francisco, (n) Saturday's games Montreal (Peters 2-1) at Milwaukee (Sheete 02), 1:05 p.m. New Yor1( (Reed 3-1) at St. Louis (Hermanson 1-1), 1:10 p.m. Florida (Dempster 2-2) at Houston (Miller 3-1), 1:35 p.m. Cindnnali (Dessens 1-1) at Colorado (Viltone 01), 2:05 p.m. Cheago (Tavarez 2-0) at San Francisco (Esles 1-t), 3:05 pm. AHama (Glavine 3-1) at Arizona (Johnson 3-2), 9:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Anoyo 2-1) at San Diego (Eaton 22), 9:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Chen l -1) at Los Angeles (Dreiiort 1-1), 9:10 p.m. American League RED SOX KANSAS CITY abrhU CBeltmd RSndizss Quinnlf Dye If MJSwylb DBrwnrti RandaSb Hiidic 3 0 10 4 110 4 0 10 4 0 2 1 3 110 4 0 11 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 i 9, ROYALS 2 BOSTON Stynes2b TNixonil CEvtttd MRmrz* OUylf Varitekc HInbmSb Dubachib abrhbl 5 2 2 0 5 13 1 3 2 14 4 12 3 4 111 3 0 10 4 0 10 4 110 Ordaz2b 3 0 0 0 Lnsingss 4100 Totall 32 2 7 2 Totals 36 9 12 9 Kansas City 000 101 000—2 Boston 000 045 OOx—9 E-KWilson (2). DP—Kansas City 1, Boston 1. LOB—Kansas City 7, Boston 6. 2B—Quinn (5), Dye (5), MJSweeney (7). HR—CEverett (4), MHamirez (7), O'Leaiy (1). SB—Stynes (1), TNIxon (1). IP H RER BB SO Kansas City SteinL,1-3 42-3 8 4 4 3 4 KWilson 1-3 2 3 2 0 1 JSantiago 1 2 2 2 0 0 Bailey 2 0 0 0 0 2 Boston FCastiltoW,3-1 51-3 6 2 2 1 5 ArrojoS,3 32-3 1 0 0 3 4 T—2:40. A-31,850 (33,871). •nCERS 4, DEVIL RAYS 2 TAMPA BAY DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl GWlms cf 4 0 0 0 Madas 3b 5 3 4 1 RJhnsn2b 4 0 2 1 RJcksn lb 5 12 1 GVghn dh 3 0 0 0 Hggnsn ff 0 0 0 1 McGrtfIb 4 0 10 TCIartidh 3 0 0 1 Grievelf 2 0 0 0 Mageert 3 0 10 Winn pr 0 0 0 0 JEcren cf 4 0 0 0 JGu9ln rf 3 0 0 0 Easley 2b 3 0 0 0 SCoxph 1 0 0 0 Halterss 3 0 0 0 Castilla3b 4120 Ingec 3000 Flhettyc 3 12 1 FMrtnzss 2 0 0 0 Totals 30 2 7 2 Totals 29 4 7 4 Tampa Bay 001 010 00O-2 Detroit 102 010 OOx-4 E-Caslina (4), Flaherty (4), Madas (3). DP— Tampa Bay 2, Detroit 4. LOB—Tampa Bay 5, Oe- troil 10. 2B—Riohnson (4), Castilla (5), Madas (4). 3&-RJackson (1). HR—Madas (4). SB— Easley (3). SF-Higginson. IP H RER BB SO Tampa Bay RupeL,l-3 5 6 4 4 5 2 Creek 1 0 0 0 2 1 Meacham 2 1 0 0 0 1 DetroH MlickiW,l-2 7 6 2 1 3 2 DPatterson 1 0 0 0 0 0 TBJonesS,5 1 10 0 10 T—2:49. A—16,458 (40,120). RANGERS 11, INDIANS 9 TEXAS CLEVELAND abrhbl abrhbl Greerlf 4 3 3 3 Loflond 5 0 2 2 Velaide2b 5 12 1 RAImr2b 5 12 1 ARdrgzss 4 2 12 Burksdh 5 2 2 0 RRmolb 5 0 10 JGnzlezrf 5 12 1 IRdrgzc 5 0 0 0 WCrdrolb 4 110 Mrtiellic 0 0 0 0 MCdvalf 2 111 GIrrgadh 4 110 Thome lb 2 0 11 Ctlnotto3b 3 110 EADiaze 3 111 Curtis ph 1 0 0 0 JaCiuz ph 10 0 0 Sheldon 3b 0 0 0 0 Vizquel ss 4 0 0 0 Mateort 2 10 0 JdCbraOb 4 2 2 1 Kaplerd 3 2 14 Totals 36111010 Totals 40 914 8 Texas 301 501 010—11 Cleveland 100 510 110— 9 E—Catalanotto (3), Tliome (1). DP—Texas 1, Cleveland 1. LOB—Texas 3, Cleveland 7. 2B— Greer (11), Velarde (8), Lofton (2), Burts (9), JGonzalez (9). HR—Greer 2 (5), ARddriguez (7), Kapler (l).CS-Kapler (1). IP H RER BB SO Texas DOIiver 4 8 7 6 0 2 MahomesW,l-2 21-3 2 1 1 2 2 Venafro 1 4 110 0 JRZmmennn S,2 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Cleveland DrewLO-l 3 6 6 6 2 1 Speler 21-3 3 4 4 1 0 SReed 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 RRodriguez 1 110 10 Karsay 1 0 0 0 0 0 T—3:04. A—40,320 (43,368). YANKEES 3, ATHLETICS 2 OAXUND NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Damon If 5 110 Knbldi If 4 0 2 0 Mnchno2b 3 0 0 0 Bllngerif 0 0 0 0 JaGmbdh 1 0 0 0 Jeterss 4 0 2 1 Longd 4 0 11 O'Neillrf 4 0 0 0 EChavz3b 4 0 0 0 BeWmsd 4 0 0 0 Tejadass 2 111 TMrtnzlb 4 12 1 JeGmbrt 3 0 0 0 Posadac 3 0 0 0 MVklez lb 2 0 0 0 Justice dh 2 10 0 Saenz lb 2 0 0 0 Soriano2b 3 0 10 RJHdzc 4 0 0 0 Brosius3b 3 111 Totals 30 2 3 2 Totals 31 3 6 3 Oakland Oil 000 000—2 New York 000 021 OOx-3 E—Menechino (2). DP-Oakland 1. LOB— Oakland 8, New York 5. HR—Tejada (5), TMartinez (4). SB—Damon (4), Tejada (2), Knoblauch (9), BeWilliams (3). Soriano (5). IP H RER BB SO Oakland Mulder L,2-2 61-3 8 3 3 1 6 Tarn 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 Magnanle 1 0 0 0 0 0 New York OHemandez 5 3 2 2 5 6 ChoateW,2-0 1 0 0 0 1 2 Stanton 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 3 MRivera S,4 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 T—3:12. A—35,170 (57,545). TWINS 6, ORIOLES 3 BALTIMORE MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl BKAsn ri 5 0 0 0 JJones If 3 10 0 Bonjidt ss 4 0 0 0 Hddng ss 4 13 0 DShklsH 4 2 2 2 Uwlonrt 3 12 1 Conine lb 3 0 2 0 Koskie 3b 4 111 Gbbonsdh 3 0 0 0 OOrtizdh 4 0 10 Rchaidd 3 0 0 0 THuntrd 4 0 0 0 RpknSb 4 12 1 Mnlkwlb 4 2 2 4 Knkadec 4 0 0 0 Princec 3 0 0 0 Haiistn 2b 3 0 0 0 Rivas 2b 3 0 0 0 Totals 33 3 6 3 Totals 32 6 9 6 BaKlmore 101 000 001—3 Minnesota 500 001 OOx-6 E—Koskie (4). DP—ealtimore 1. LOB—Baltimore 7, Minnesota 4. 2B—Lawton (3). HR— DeShields 2 (2), Ripken (2), Mientkiewicz 2 (5). SB-Hocking (1), Uwton (4). IP H RER BB SO Baltimore Mercedes L,0^ 8 9 6 6 1 5 Minnesota MaysW,3-l 7 4 2 2 2 4 BWells 12-3 2 1 1 1 3 Hawkins S,7 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 T—2:25. A—24,369 (48,678). BLUE JAYS 12, ANGELS 4 ANAHEIM TORONTO ab r h bl ab r h bi OPlnvo If 4 0 2 1 Stewart If 4 2 3 0 Erstaddh 4 0 0 0 ASGzlzss 5 110 Salmon rf 5 0 2 0 Mndesi ri 4 4 2 1 GAndsn d 4 0 10 CDIgdo lb 2 2 2 1 Spiezioll 1 0 0 0 JoCnizd 5 114 Glaus3b 4 12 0 Hmerdh 4 14 2 Edistin ss 0 0 0 0 TBtsta 3b 4 12 3 Joynerlb 3 0 0 0 Fltdierc 5 0 0 1 JFmdz 3t 1 0 0 0 WdwTd 2b 5 0 0 0 Fbrgasc 3 0 0 0 Woolen c 1112 AKndy2b 4 12 0 Gi ss 4 110 Totals 38 411 3 Totals 38121512 Anaheim 000 010 120— 4 Toronto 200 302 50x—12 E—Pole (1), TBaUsta (2). DP—Toronto 2. LOB—Anaheim 9, Toronto 12. 26—OPalmeira (1), Salmon (6), Gil (5), Stewart (9), Mondesi (4). HR—Woolen (3), JoCmz (6), TBatista (6). SB- Mondesi (4). SF—Fullmer. IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Washburn L,0-3 4 2-3 8 5 5 6 3 Pole 2 1-3 6 7 7 3 2 Weber 1 1 0 0 0 0 Toronto LoaizaW,4-1 7 9 3 2 2 5 Borbon 12-3 1 1 1 0 2 Frascalore 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 T—3:17. A-16,174 (50,516). MARINERS 8, WHITE SOX 3 SEATTLE CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl Suzuki ri 6 0 12 Dtham 2b 5 0 0 0 Cmeron d 2 12 0 JAVltin ss 4 111 EMrtnz* 40 10 Thraaslb 10 00 Olenxllb 4112 Giffnno3b 3 120 B8oone2b 5 0 10 MOdnzrt 4 112 AMartnlf 4 110 Knerko(9i 4 0 10 Gipson If 0 10 0 CNLee If 4 0 10 Lmpkinc 5 2 3 0 Sngltond 4010 Daflell3b 4 12 2 HPeny3b 3 0 0 0 CGuillnss 2110 Paulc 3020 Bainesph 10 0 0 Totall 36 813 6 Totall 36 3 9 3 Seattle 032 110 001—8 Chlcsgo 000 300 000-3 E-CGuDlen (3). DP—Seattle 1, Chkago 2. LOB—Seattle 11, Chicago 7. 2B—S-jzuki (3). Lampkin (1). HR—Otenid (4), JAValentin (5), MOrdonez (4). SB-Cameron 3 (6), Afilartin (3). SF-Otenjd. IP H RER BB SO Seattle SeieW,4-0 7 8 3 3 0 4 RFranWin 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 2 Sasaki S,12 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 ChlcsQo BaWwinLO-l 4 7 6 6 4 1 SLowe 1 3 112 0 Baicek) 2 1 0 0 0 2 Howry 1 1 0 0 1 0 Wunsch 1 11111 How to E-mail us: Harold Bechartd sjhbechard@saljournal.com Erik Bonar siebonaresaljournal.com Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@saljournal.com Arne Green sjargreen@saljournal.com Larry Moritz sjlmoritz@saljournal.com Cliristlan D Orr s]corr@saljournal.com Troy Palensl<e sjtpal8nsl<e@saliournai.com Today's schedule SATURDAY, APRIL 28 BASEBALL Kansas City at Boston, 12:05 p.m. St. Mary vs. Kansas Wesfeyan at Evans Stadium, 1 p.m. SOFTBALL Salina Central Invitational at Buriie Park, 9 a.m. Brovm Mackie in Jayhawk Challenge at Dodge City TENNIS Salina Central boys Invitatkinaf at Oakdale Park, 8 a.m. T—3:22. A—16,276 (44,321). National League CARDINALS 9, METS 0 NEW YORK ST LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl TiPerezrl 5 0 10 Vina2b 5 0 0 0 Payton d 5 0 0 0 Kmuth p 0 0 0 0 Alfonzo2b 3 0 0 0 Klinep 0 0 0 0 Piazzac 3 0 10 Planco3b 4 3 3 1 Prattc 0 0 0 0 Edmndd 5 2 3 1 LHanslb 40 10 Pquette2b 0 0 0 0 Shinjolf 3 0 0 0 Pujols lb 4 12 3 Rlafoid3b 2 0 10 Lnkfrdlf 4 0 11 Rigganp 0 0 0 0 Mthenyc 0 0 0 0 Agbyni ph 0 0 0 0 Rnteria ss 4 12 0 Benitez p 0 0 0 0 Rbnson d 10 0 0 HOrdnz ss 3 0 10 Drew rf 3 112 Appier p 2 0 0 0 Mneroc 4 0 2 1 McEwgOb 2 0 10 MMorisp 2 110 Sutton lb 10 10 Totals 32 0 6 0 Totals 37 916 9 NewYork 000 000 000-0 St Louis 101 032 20x—9 E—Shinjo (1). LOB—New Yorti.ll, SI Louis 11. 2B—ROrdonez (4), Edmonds (5), Pujols 2 (7), MMorris (1), Sutton (1). 3B—Edmonds (1). HR—6rew (7). SB—Polanco (4). CS—Manero (2). S-ROrdonez, MMorris. IP H RER BB SO NewYork Appier L,2-2 5 10 5 5 3 4 Riggan 2 6 4 4 1 3 BenKez 1 0 0 0 2 1 St Louis MMorris W,3-2 7 5 0 0 1 3 Kamuth 1 10 0 10 Kline 1 0 0 0 0 0 T—3:11. A—40,674(49,814). Big 12 linescores KANSAS STATE 15, MISSOURI 4 Missouri 001 020 1 — 4 10 2 Kansas State 007 170 x — 15 13 1 Marcum, Harris (4). Nichols (4) Bauer (5) and Desch; Robertson and Cavender, Scelfo. WP— Robertson (6-5). LP—Marcum (3-2). 2B—M: Stegall, Laskowski; KS: Castillo, Soto. 3B—KS: Crone. HR—M: Hoover; KS: Maloney, English, Sorensen. TEXAS TECH 4, KANSAS 2 Kansas 000 10O 010 — 2 3 0 Texas Tech 001 000 102— 4 8 0 Lantz and DelChiara; Roberson and Americh. WP—Roberson (10-3). LP-Lantz (2-6). HR— TT: Americh, Landry. High school GREAT BEND 13 SALINA CENTRAL 10 Great Bend 262 210 0 — 13 18 3 Salina Central 030 020 5 — 10 13 5 Thul, Schwanborn (7) and Saenz; Norris, Sanders (2) and Fross. WP — Thul. LP — Nonis (0-1). 2B —GB: Saenz, Thul, Rowe; SC: Bowen, Hutchinson. HR — GB: Saenz, Mauler; SC: Hutchinson. GREAT BEND 17, SALINA CENTRAL 6 Great Bend 312 92 - 17 14 4 Salina Central 230 01 - 6 7 3 Rowe and Howard; Romans, Lilley (4), Johnson (5) and Lilley, Fross (4). WP — Rowe. LP - Romans (0-3). 2B — GB: Zinn, Saenz, Thul, Mauler, Manwarren, Hafner 2. HR — SC: Hutchinson. SMOKY VALLEY 11, INMAN 1 Inman 001 00 - 1 1 9 Smoky Valley 511 4x - 11 11 1 WP — Ruud (3-2). LP - Buller. 2B - SV: Brad Bengtson, FairchikJ. SMOKY VALLEY 11, INMAN 1 Inman 000 010 - 1 2 4 Smoky Valley 017 003 - 11 9 2 WP — Brad Bengtson (5-2). LP — Sawyer. 2B — SV: Hopp, Thomas. 3B — SV: Uoyd. TOPEKA HIGH 4, SALINA SOUTH 3 Saline South 100 010 1 — 3 11 1 Topeka High 000 040 x — 4 8 2 Brin (3-2) and Gordon; Kaberiine and Escobar. WP — Kaberiine. LP — Brin. 2B — SS: Smith, Moody; T: Snook, Kirimood. SALINA SOUTH 6, TOPEKA HIGH 4 Salina South 103 010 1 — 6 10 2 Topeka High 002 020 0 — 4 6 2 Miles (1-2) and Gordon; Ray and Schmkil. WP — Miles. LP — Ray. 2B — SS: Sears, Gordon. 3B —T:Rush. HILLSBORO 7, MARION 1 Marion 000 010 0 — 1 3 1 Hlllsboro 060 100 X — 7 6 4 WP - Metcall (4-0). LP — Freeborn. HR — H: Bnjbacher. HILLSBORO 11, MARION 0 Marion 000 00 — 0 0 3 Hlllsboro 460 1x — 11 9 2 WP — Fish (2-0). LP — Cooper. 2B — H: Frick, Funk. HR — H: Bnibacher. ELL-SALINE 11, CANTON-GALVA 8 Ell-Sallne 432 Oil 0 - 11 9 4 Canton-Galva 112 103 0 - 8 8 0 Atkins, Hindman (5) and McCullough; Anderson, Jones (6) and Jowers. WP — Atkins (1-2). LP — Anderson. 2B — ES: Muninger; CG: Hoppes. 3B — ES: Bertrand; CG: Jones. HR — CG: Anderson. ELL-SALINE 21, CANTON-GALVA 16 Ell-Sallne 514 0(11)0 0 - 21 19 3 Canton-Galva 130 7 3 0 2 - 16 11 0 McCullough, Hindman (6) and Bertrand; Jones, Schmidt (2), Smith (6) and Jowers. WP — McCullough (1 -2). LP — Schmidt. 2B — ES: Tayton CG: Jones. HR — ES: Muninger 3. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH 4, TOPEKA HIGH 1 SallnaSouth 030 000 1 - 4 7 1 Topeka High 000 100 0 - 1 3 0 WP — Kreigh. LP — Ray. 2B — SS: Branlort; TH: Woeman. SALINA SOUTH 17, TOPEKA HIGH 7 Salina South 040 830 2 - 17 22 5 Topeka High 022 030 0 - 7 10 4 WP — Burger. LP — Gainer. 2B — SS: Mendiola, Foster, Green; TH: Lange, Smith, Gainer. GREAT BEND 15, SALINA CENTRAL 1 Great Bend 420 9 - 15 14 1 SallnaCentral 100 0 - 1 4 7 WP — Hiss. LP — Gunnelson. 2B — GB: WNt- ter 2, EsleW; SC: O'Neill. Johnson. GREAT BEND 17, SALINA CENTRAL 0 Great Bend 32(12) - 17 12 5 SallnaCentral 00 0 - 0 3 4 WP — Swactz. LP — Weaver. 2B — GB: Garvert, Whittle, Basgall. Auto racing NASCAR qualifying NAPA AUTO PARTS 500 1. (18) Bobby Labonte, Ponliac, 182.635 mph. 2. (66) Todd Bodine, Ford, 182.565. 3. (12) Jeremy MayfieW, Ford. 181.910. 4. (20) Tony Stewart, Pontiac. 181.887. 6. (88) DaleJanell. Ford, 181.768. 6. (28) Ridcy Rudd, Ford, 181.759. 7. (1) Steve Pari!, Chevrolel 181.667. 8. (10) Johnny Benson. Pontiac, 181.543. 9. (26) Jimmy Spencer, Ford, 161.237. 10. (6) Mark Martin, Ford. 181.182. 11. (43) John AndretS. Dodge. 181.082. 12. (11) Brett Bodine, Fort. 181.023. 13. (29) Kevin Han^ick, Chevrolet, 181.000. 14. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 180.877. 15. (93) Dave Blaney, Dodge, 180.823. 16. (19) Casey AUvood, Dodge, 180.764. 17. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet 180.741. IB. (22) Ward Burton, Dodge, 180.696. 19. (2) Rusty Wallace, Font, 180.632. 20. (25) Jeny Nadeau, ChevroleL 180.501. 21. (99) Jeff Burton, Ford, 180.252. 22. (9) Bill Elltott, Dodge, 180.234. 23. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 180.045. 24. (32) Rfcky Craven, Fort, 179.856. 25. (01) Jason Leffler, Dodge, 179.762. 26. (27) Kenny Waflace, Pontiac, 179.717. 27. (31) Mike Skinner, ChevroleL 179.699. 28. (30) Jeff Green, Chevrolel, 179.677. 29. (15) MKhasI Wallrip, ChevroleL 179.645. 30. (90) Hut Slricklin, Ford, 179.596. 31. (40) Steriing Mariin, Dodge, 179.372. 32. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, 179.359. 33. (96) Andy Houston, Ford, 179.341. 34. (33) Joe Nemechek, ChevroleL 179.109. 35. (14) Ron Homaday Jr, Pontiac, 178.846. 36. (7) Mike Wallace, Ford, 178.598, 37. (55) Bobby Hamilton, ChevroleL Provision- aL 38. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr, ChevroleL Provision- aL- 39. (21) Elliott Sadler, Ford, Provisional. 40. (5) Terry Labonte. ChevroleL Provisional. 41. (36) Ken Schrader, Pontiac, Provisional. 42. (77) Robert Pressley, Ford, Provisional 43. (92) Slacy Compton, Dodge, Provisronal. Soccer High school girls HAYS 0, SALINA SOUTH 0 (2ot) Salina South 0 0 0 0 -0 Hays 0. 0 0 0 -0 Shots — SS 26, H 8. Saves — SS 6, H 15. Goalkeepers — SS: Adams; H: Johnson. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Bost-of-7) Thursday's results Toronto 2, New Jersey 0, Toronto leads series 1-0 Pittsburgh 3, Buffalo 0, Pittsburgh leads series 1-0 Los Angeles 4, Colorado 3 (of), Los Angeles leads series 1-0 Friday's result SL Louis 4, Dallas 2, St. Louis leads series 1-0 Saturday's games Pittsburgh at Buffalo, 2 pm. Los Angeles at Colorado, 2 p.m. Toronto at New Jersey, 6 pm. High school ELL-SALINE 21, CANTON-GALVA 4 Canton-Gahra 000 40 - 4 0 7 ElhSallne 1(14)2 4x - 21 12 0 WP — Breeden. LP — Megan. 2B — ES: Balthazor 2, Breeden. 3B — ES: Bomian. ELL-SALINE 15, CANTON-GALVA 4 Canton-Gafva ' 100 300 - 4 1 3 ElhSallne 040 524 - 15 13 3 WP — Balthazor. LP — Megan. 2B — ES: Weldy, Balthazor. SACRED HEART 5, ABILENE 4 Abilene 000 001 3 — 4 9 3 Sacred Heart 110 100 2 — 5 6 3 Smrth and Lauer, Wagoner and Hadom. WP — Wagoner (5-0). LP — Smith (3-3). 2B - SH: Broberg. 3B — A: Rahe. ABILENE 5, SACRED HEART 3 Abilene 221 000 0 — 5 11 3 Sacred Heart 100 001 1 — 3 8 2 Lorson and Lauer Wittman and Neuman. WP — Lorson (5-1). LP — Wittman (4-1). 2B — A: Lyngen; SH: Gonzales. 3B — A: Smith. SE SALINE 6, CONCORDIA 3 Southeast of Saline 100 230 0 — 6 6 5 Concordia 001 002 0 — 3 7 3 Bkxxn and Reed; Lagasse and Heldenbrad. WP — Bloom (5-1). LP — Lagasse. 3B — SES: Reed. Shirack; C: Krier. CONCORDIA 6, SE SALINE 5 Southeast of Saline 020 002 1 — 5 4 2 Concordia 110 040 x — 6 4 3 Schropp and Reed; Lagasse and Hekjenbrad. WP - Lagasse. LP — Schropp (4-2). 2B — SES: Flax; C: HekJenbrad. 3B — C: Smith. Junior varsity SACRED HEART 9, ABILENE 5 Abilene 221 000 - 5 8 3 Sacred Heart 042 210 - 9 9 2 WP — Kelly. LP — Harris. SACRED HEART 8, ABILENE 2 Abilene 000 110 - 2 2 7 Sacred Heart 030 140 - 8 10 3 WP — Prickett. LP — McLaughlin. Track & field High school BELOIT RELAYS BOYS CLASS 4-3A Team scores Concordia 114, Minneapolis 82 '4, Riley County 64, Ellsworth 53, Betoit 47, Hoisington 44, Smith Center 42, Superior, Neb. 34 'A , Belleville 32, Abilene 30, Southeast ol Saline 15. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1, Nelson, Minneapolis, 15.18; 2, Roe, BeloiL 15.36; 3, Smith, SE Saline, 15.42.300m hurdles — 1, Nelson, Minneapolis, 39.66; 2, Zuker, Minneapolis, 41.33; 3. LervoW, Concordia, 41.36.100m dash — 1, Wedel, Minneapolis, 11.01; 2, Gassman, Minneapolis, 11.05; 3, Stephenson, SE Safine, 11.45.200m dash — 1, Gassman, Minneapolis, 22.62; 2, Nelson, Riley County, 22.97; 3, Thurston, Conconiia, 22.99. 400m dash — 1, Gassman, Minneapolis, 51.09; 2, Rorabaugh, Smith Center, 51.70; 3, Ladd, Abilene, 52.23.800m nin — 1, McDonaki, Belleville, 2:03.22; 2, WKtimer, Ellsworth, 2:03.81; 3, Farha, Concordia, 2:04.28.1,600m nin — 1, Kirispatrick, Concorelia, 4:45.75; 2, Bouray, Superior, 4:47.29; 3, Sigle, Riley County, 4:50.93. 3,200m run — I.Willis, Hoisington, 10:22.77; 2, Sigle, Riley County, 10:26.09; 3, Miller, Beloit, 10:29.17. 400m relay — 1. Abilene, 44.96; 2, Ellsworth, 45.17; 3, Hoisington, 45.45. 1,600m relay — 1, Concordia, 3:30.50; 2, Minneapolis, 3:34.84; 3, Hoisington, 3:35.42.3,200m relay — 1, Concordia. 8:36.85; 2, Belleville, 8:3825; 3, Hoisington, 8:41.38; 6. SE Saline, 9:18.15. Shot put — 1, Eck, BetoiL 52-7'A; 2, Christensen, Concordia, 51-6; 3, B.PnjitL BetoiL 49-8. Dlicui — 1, Bartz, Concordia, 144-11; 2, Christensen, Concordia, 142-10; 3, Wilson, Smith Center, 135-4. High jump — 1, Bailey, Ellsworth. 6-4; 2, Cash, Concordia, 6-4; 3, Rorabaugh, Smith Center, 6-2. Long jump — 1, HammeL Ellsvrorth, 20-8'/.; 2, Cotton, Hoisington, 20-7 :H; 3, Nelson, Riley County, 20-7',4. Triple Jump — 1, Nelson, Riley County, 43-11'/-; 2. Nelson, Riley County, 43-9; 3, Mdtenna, 40-10; 5, Troutfetter, SE Saline 3911 'A. Javelin — 1, Schurte, RHey County, 16810; 2, Stnida, Abile.Te, 168-7; 3, Jacobs, Smith Center, 165-8. Pole vault ~ 1, Meyers, Superior, 14-10; 2, Kermoade, Si^rior, 13^); 3, Hansen, Belleville, 12-6. CLASS 2-1A Team scores Quivira Heights 117, Washington 67, Clitton Clyde 51 'A, Logan 48, Osborne 34, Pike Valey 29, Solomon 28, Bennington 27. Bl-Saline 27, Mankato 26, SL John's Betoit 23, TescOtt 14, Downs 14, Uncoln 13, SouthemCtoud 13, Tipton 9, Stoddon 9. Sacred Heart 4, White Rodi 4, Jewell Individual results 110m hurdles — 1, Matthew, Quvira Heights, V 16.48; 2, With, Washington, 16.50; 3, Stales, Logan, 16.B5. 300m hurdles — 1, Johnson, Sotomon, 42.49; 2, Hilbum, Logan, 42.65; 3, WenHing, QuMra Heights, 42.77.100m daih — 1, Folk, Ouivlia Heights, 10.97; 2, Moms, Ell- Saline, 11.53; 3, Graves, TescotL 11.58. 200m dash — 1, Folk, Quivira Heights, 22.61; 2, Morris, Ell-Sallne, 23.02; 3, Slemsen, Quivira Heights, 23.08; 4, Taylor, Sacred Heart, 2324. 400m dash — 1, Monis, EH-Saline, 51.93; 2, Blending, Pike Valley, 51.94; 3, Gottschalk, Logan, 52.53. 800m (un — 1, Jeffery, Mankato, 2:06.12; 2, Umb. Sotomon, 2:06.95; 3, Sigte, Osborne, 2:09.15.1,600m run — 1, Jadison, Lincoln, 4:47.11; 2, Tlwmpson, Osborne, 4:47.44; 3, Tracy, Solomon, 4:51.56. 3,200m nin — 1, Beneke, Quivira Heights, 10:50.0; 2, Koster, Bennington, 10:56.19; 3, Herzfek), Southern Cloud, 10:57.12; 6, Oenault, Sacred Heart, 11:18.83. 400m relay — 1, Quivira Heights, 44.13; 2, Downs, 45.60; 3, SJ BeloiL 46.29.1,600m relay — I, Quivira Heights, 3:33.41; 2 Pike Valley, 3:39.06; 3, Osborne, 3:40.23.3,200m relay — 1, Quivira Heights, 8:46.12; 2, Mankato, 8:48.31; 3, SJ Betoit, 8:50.75. Shot put—1, Gottschalk, Logan, 52-2; 2, Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde, 49-0; 3, Ellert, SJ Beloll, 47-3. Discus — 1, Wurtz, Clifton- Cfyde, 154-6; 2, Gottschalk, Logan, 143-11; 3, Brown, Downs, 133-2. High jump—1, Bowman, Clifton-Clyde, 6-2; 2, With, Washington, 6-0; 3, John, Quivira Heights, 6-0. Long jump — 1, Wentling, OH, 20-11 '/•; 2, Bigler, Bennington, 20- Sy.; 3, Graves, Tescott, 20-5 y4. Triple jump — 1, Slemsen, Quivira Heights, 41-9 'A; 2, Doyle, Tipton, 41-0'/.; 3, Blanding, Pike Valley, 39-9%. Javelin — 1, Genno, Clifton-Clyde, 182-5; 2, Baskenrilfe, Washington, 180-6; 3, Wise, Washington, 163-0. Pole vault — 1, Danneter, Osborne, 14-3; 2, Hilbum, Logan, 13-0; 3, L'Ecuyer, Washington, 12-6. GIRLS CLASS 4-3A Team scores Baton 86, Abilene 74, Belleville 65, Superior, Neb. 64, Smith Center 57, Concordia 51, Minneapolis 51, Hoisington 46, Riley County 36, Southeast of Saline 22, Ellsworth 6. Individual results 10Cm hurdles — 1, Eitzmann, Superior, 16.83; 2, Huriey, Belleville, 16.98; 3, Linn, Smith Center, 17.01. SOOm. hurdles — 1, Huriey, Belleville, 48.57; 2, Eitzmann, Superior, 49.62; 3, Thurston, Minneapolis, 50.23. 100m dash — 1, Huriey, Belleville, 13.19; 2, Hottman, Abilene, 1321; 3, Baker, Superior, 1332. 200m dash — 1, File, BeloiL 27.65; 2, Ed<, BeloiL 27.94; 3, McDonald, Minneapolis, 28.21. 400m dash — 1, Lambert, Smith Center, 1:04.59; 2, Malito, SE Saline, 1:04.72; 3, Ray, Ellsworth, 1:05.45.800m run — 1, Martin, Smith Cenler, 2:20.29; 2, Mortimer, Riley County. 2:20.79;. 3, Mealitf, Betoit, 2:32.95. 1,600m run — 1, Dinkel, Hoisington, 5:47.67; 2, Funk, Concordia, 6:52.01; 3, Wilson, Abilene, 5:55.12. 3,200m mn — 1, Kephart, Hoisington, 11:28.92; 2, Horkman, Concordia, 12:44.80; 3, Visser, Riley County, 12:45.57.400m relay — 1, Superior, 52.15; 2, Beloit, 52.89; 3, Abilene, 52.97.1,600m relay — 1, Smith Cente,r 4:18.81; 2, BeloiL 4:24.39; 3, Belleville, 4:28.53; 5, SE Saline, 4:32.90.3,200m relay — 1. Smith Center, 10:15.71; 2, Betoit, 10:17.29; 3, Concordia, 10:34.00; 5, SE Saline, 11:21.65. Shot put — 1, Robbins, Concordia, 40-9 W; 2, Dutt, Abilene, 382; 3, Reed, Riley County, 37-8 'A; 5, Swanson, SE Saline, 35-10. Discus — 1, Chapman, Beloit, 129-6; 2, Swanson, SE Saline, 127-7; 3, Stillwell, Betoit, 127-2. High jump — 1, Gibbs, Abilene, 50; 2, Wemette, Hoisington, 5-0; 3, Crawford, Be­ toit, 5-0. Long jump — 1, McKee, Abilene, 1511 'A; 2. Wameking, Superior, 15-3'/.; 3, Williams, Superior, 15-1 'A . Triple jump—1, McKee, Abilene, 34-8 V<; 2, Anderson, Belleville, 3310'/.; 3, Williams, Superior, 33-2 V. . Javelin — 1, Wemette, Hoisington, 125-11; 2, Prochaska, Minneapolis, 121-9; 3, Fariee, Belleville, 119-5. Pole vault — 1, BreaulL Concordia, 9-2; 2, Eitzmann, Superior, 8-8; 3, Simoneau, Minneapolis, 8-8. CLASS 2-1A Team scores Osborne 97, Tipton 85, Clifton-Clyde 70, Washington 59, Tescott 52, Downs 32, PikeValley 25 'A, Uncoln 25, Logan 2214, Quivira Heights 22, Stockton 20, Solomon 16, Bennington 14, Southern Cloud 13, St. John's Beloit 4, Sacred Heart 1, Ell-Saline 0, Jewell 0, Mankato 0, White Rock 0. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1, Baker, Washington, 17.22; • 2, Tud(er, Pike Valley, 17.27; 3, Conway, Osborne, 17.54.300m hurdles — 1, Adam, Tipton, 48.53; 2, Gartrell, Stockton, 49.71; 3, Hummel, Tescott, 60.28. 100m dash — 1, Folk, Quivira Heights, 12.98; 2, McAllister, Tescott, 13.19; 3. Clarti, Washington, 13.23. 200m dash — 1, McAllister, Tescott, 27.09; 2, Dennis, Bennington, 27.10; 3, Burdick, Clifton-Clyde, 27.42. 400m dash — 1, Timbers. Tipton, 1:01.80; 2, Riffel, Stockton, 1:02.17; 3, Sechtem, Osborne, 1:03.12. 800m run — 1, Timbers, Tipton, 2:30.41; 2, Noel, Osborne, 2:31.84; 3, Lanson, Tescott. 2:36.41. 1,600mrun — l,Mk;k, Osbome, 5:40.50; 2, Kan- lack, Clifton-Clyde, 5:51.42; 3, Obemiuelter, Un­ coln, 5:56.08; 6, Meier, Sacred Heart, 6:04.35. 3,200m run — 1, Koner, White Rock, 11:39.36; 2, Bartsch. Jewell, 12:50.32; 3, Wull, White Rock, 12:57.35; 4, Meier, Sacred Heart 13:16.91; 5, Newton. Sacred Heart 13:44.90. 400ra relay — 1. Washington, 51.51; 2, Tescott, 51.55; 3, Cliflon-Clyde, 62.65.1,600m relay — 1, Tipton, 4:15.41; 2. Tescott, 4:19.63; 3, Osbome, 4:23.95. 3,200m relay — 1, Osbome, 10:28.16; 2, Tipton, 10:37.20; 3, Bennington, 10:41.04. Shot put — 1, Triplett, Logan, 40-9 'A; 2, Keever, Downs, 389%; 3, Bloomlield, Clifton-Clyde, 37-9'/.. Discus — 1. Triplett, Logan, 119-10; 2, Ubelaker, Osbome, 113-0; 3, Taylor, Clifton-Clyde, 109-2. High jump — 1, Nelson, Solomon, 5-5; 2, Siemer, Quivira Heights, 5-0; 3, Hardy, Downs, 50, Long jump — 1, Adam, Tipton, 16-2y.; 2, Rathbun, Uncoln, 15-8%; 3, Baker, Washington, 15-y.. Triple jump — 1, Adam, Tipton, 34-6«; 2, StreiL 33-2'/.; 3, Hardy, Downs, 32-4%. Javelin — 1, Pauls, Southern Ctoud, 129-9; 2, Bloomlield, Clifton-Clyde, 121-6; 3, Rogge, Washington, 112-2. Pole vault — 1, Sechtem, Osbome, 9-4; 2, Hoesli, Clitton-Clyde, 8-2; 3, Bloomfiekl, Clilton-Clyde, 8-2. HUTCHINSON INVfTATIONAL BOYS Team scores Uberal 162, Hutchinson 90, Hays 75, Great Bend 56, Garden City 48, Wichita Southeast 45, Wichita South 33, Newton 32, Salina Central 20, Hutdi Trinity 16, Widiita Northwest 8, Wichita West 6, Dodge City 0. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1, Uvingston, U, 14.0; 2, Baker, U, 15.15; 3, Dansby, Ne, 15.17. 300m hurdles — 1, Uvingston, U, 39.79; 2, Smith, SE, 40.81; 3, Stramel, Ha, 41.43. 100m dash — 1, Alsup, U, 10.85; 2, Roberson, Ne, 10.87; 3, Wilson, U, 10.983. 200m dash — 1, Alsup, U, 21.76: 2, Hunter, SE, 22.13; 3, Wilson, U, 22.28. 400m dash — I, Handle, SE, 50.16; 2, Watts, Ha. 5053; 3, Hubbard, Hu, 60.55. 800m ran — 1, Ummert. Hu. 1:57.41; 2, Kile, GB, 2:00.84; 3, Crough, GC, 2:03.18 1,600m run — 1. Madathil, U, 4:33.31; 2, Jacks, WS, 4:34.39; 3. Kiele, Ne, 4:35.96. 3,200m run — 1, Madothil, Li, 9:55.82; 2, Roart(, Hu, 9:59.94; 3. Williams, WW, 10:18.61. 400m relay — 1, Uberal, 42.58; 2, Wichita Southeast 42.84; 3, Hutchinson 44.44; 6, Salina Central 44.88. 1,600m relay — 1, Hutchinson 3:27.11; 2, Uberal 3:29.06; 3. Garden City 329.26; 6. Salina Central 3:37.37. 3,200m relay — 1, Hays, 8:16.87; 2, Great Bend 8:17.68; 3, Liberal 8:30.17; 4, Salina Central 8:32.10. Shot put — 1, Grate, U, 52-11 'A ; 2, Baker. WS, 528 'A; 3, Olivier, GB, 52-1. Discus — 1, Olivier, GV, 175-5; 2, Kelchum, HT, 168-7; 3, Masks, Ha, 166-1. High jump — 1, Grissel, GC, 6-2; 2, Kolarik, Hu, 6-0: 3, Stramel, Ha, 5-10. Long jump — 1, WimWey, NW, 2W. 2, Anders, SC, 22 -€'A; 3, Dansby. Ne, 22-3. Triple jump — 1, Bueford, Hu, 45-1; 2, Alsup, U, 44-3; 3, Russell, U, 4311 'A. Javelin — 1, Chace, Hu. 195-11 'A; 2, Pond, U, 172-8; 3, Borden, GC, 165 ^)'A; 5, Smith, SC, 151-6. Pole vault — 1, Coleman, GC, 14-0; 2, Stewart, Ha, 13*; 3, Wetts, Ha, GIRLS Team scores Uberal 119, Wichita Southeast 108, Great Bend 89, Salina Central 71, Hutdiinson 63, Garden City 44, Hays 31, Dodge City 24, Hutchinson Trinity 20, Wichita South 17, Wchita Northvrest 9, Newton 4, Wichita West 0. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1, Keats, SC, 15.14; 2, Stokes, Hu, 15.50; 3, Keeley, GB, 16.06. 300m hurdles — 1, Rameriz, U, 49.27; 2, Walton, SE, 50.12; 3. Kim, GC, 50.21; 4. Fox, SC, 51.17. 100m dash — 1, Turner, SE, 11.98; 2, Mason, U, 1228; 3, Keeley, GB, 12.40; 5, Snyder, SC, 12.55. 200m dash — 1, Turner, SE, 26.14; 2. Dolk, SE, 26.73; 3, Bonds, Hu, 25.77.400m dash — 1, Bonds, Hu, 57.69; 2, Gallegos, U, 59.03; 3, Wetstone, GC, 1:03.44. 800m run — 1, Spralt, GC, 2:30.53; 2, Chambers, GB, 231.63; 3. Fto- res, SC, 2:32.85.1,600m run — 1, Pass, HT, 5:32.94; 2, Dunn, GB, 5:4825; 3. Weber, Ha, 5:53.64.3,200m ran — 1, Fass, HT, 12:11.73; 2, Love, DC, 1225.46; 3, Dunn, GV, 1228.05; 6, Allen. SC, 12:59.75. 400m relay - 1, Widiita Southeasi 49.86; 2, Uberal 5025; 3, Salina Central 52.96.1,600m relay — 1, Liberal 4:06.81; 2. Wichita Southeast 4:12.93; 3, Great Bend 4:20.46. 3200m relay — 1, Great Bend 10-28.46: 2, Dodge City 10:32.94; 3. Uberal 1039.51; 6,11:17.97. Shot put — 1, Carter, GB, 39-5 'A : 2, Martin, SE, 38-9'/-; 3. Andrews, U, 364 %. Oiscus — 1. Andrews, U, 129^; 2, Carter, GB, 127-3; 3, Ravenkamp, SC, 127-0; 5, Gtover, SC, 107-4. High jump — 1, Polk, SE. 5-2; 2, Hoffman. Ha, 5K); 3, Love, DC, 5^); 4, Jones, SC, 5-0. Long jump — 1, Stokes, Hu, 16-11'/.; 2, Yoxall, U, 16-10y.; 3, Jackson, SE, 16-9 'A; 4, Keats, SC, 16-5%; 5, Snyder, SC, 16-2. Triple lump — 1, Stokes, Hu, 36-0; 2, Bonds, Hu, 352' A ; 3, Randle, SE, 35-0 'A; 4, Keats, SC, 343%; 6, Jones, SC, 33-9 'A. Javelin — 1, Keats, SC, 133-3; 2, Carter, GB, 122-8; 3, Andrews, U, 115-4; 5, Bums, SC, 105-0. Pole vault — 1, Cal- zonletti, GC, 10-0; £, Moore, GB, 10-0; 3, Bums, SC, 9-6. Junior high DERBY INVITATIONAL BOYS 8th grade Team scores Hoosevell-Uncoln 108, Maize 100, Dertjy 70, Salina South 57, Buhler 49, Hutchinson 39, Andover 31, Newton 21, McPheison 20. Roosevelt-Llncoln results Shot put — 3. Pierce, 40-5. Long jump — 6. Miller, 16-4. High jump — 6. (tie) Roets & Pestingsr, 4-10. 3,200m nin — 1. Bradshaw, 11:56.05. 100m hurdles — 1. Gawith, 15-4; 2. Curtis, 15.78.100m dash — 3. Haggard, 12.75. 1,600m ran — 4. McMilllan, 5:17.0; 6. Smith, 5:29.0. 400m relay — 1. Roosevelt-Uncoln, 48.52. 400m dash — 3. Martinez, 56.15. 800m relay—1. Roosevelt-Uncoln, 1:40.51.800m ran — 2. Teny, 2:14.0.1,600m medley relay — 2. Roosevelt-Uncoln. 4:17.38. 200m dash — 3. Cunningham, 24.86; 6. Banks, 26.50.1,600m relay — 2. Roosevelt-Uncoln, 3:54.0. 7th grade Team scores Andover 102, Derby 91, Salina South 76, Roo­ sevelt-Uncoln 60, Buhler 53, Maize 40, Hutchinson 23, McPherson 21. Roosevelt-Llncoln results Discus — 1. Goodwin, 106K); 3. Dallas, 86-3. Shot put—4. Goodwin, 32-10. Long jump — 3. Williams, 16-3; 4.0'Neil, 16-2. lOOra hurdles — I.Wilson, 15.32.100m dash—1. Wilson, 12.21. 400m relay—6. Roosevelt-Uncoln, 55.36.400m dash- 5.0'Nell, 1:04.88.800m ran — 6. Turner, 2:45.36.800m medley relay — 3. Roosevelt- Uncoln, 1:58.99. GIRLS 8th grade Team scores McPherson 110, Maize 86,06rby81, BuhlerSI, Andover 48, Hutchinson 39, Newton 39, Roo- seveK-Uncoln 26, Salina South 19. Roosevelt-Llncoln results Dlscui — 2. Riffel, ao-2; 3. Yockey, 80-1. 100m dash—5. Hardesty, 13.85.400m relay— 6. Roosevelt-Uncoln, 55.83. 800m ran — 5. Seim, 2:45.03.1,600m relay—5. Roosevelt-Un­ coln, 4:46.50. BOOm medley relay — 3. Roo­ sevelt-Uncoln, 2:09.02. 7th grade Team scores McPherson 98, Maize 70, Newton 60, Derby 58, Hutchinson 46, Salina South 29, Roosevelt-Un­ coln 28, Andover 23. Roosevelt-Llncoln results Discus — 4. Rempp, 72-5 'A. High jump — 6. Dority, 4-4.100m hurdles — 3. Partier, 17,63. 100m daih—3. Smith, 14.43.400m relay—4. Roosevelt-Uncoln, 57.93.800m relay — 4. Roo­ sevelt-Uncoln, 2:03.45. 800m ran — B. Sissell, 3:01.0. 1,600m relay — 5. Roosevelt-Uncoln, 4:55.0. Tennis Junior varsity boys MANHATTAN INVITATIONAL Team scores Manhattan 50, Salina Central 36, Salina South 32, Hiawatha 32, Topeka West 30, Topeka High 19, Jundion City 17, Maiysville 12. Saline South results No. 1 singles—1. Nlederwerder, 3-0; No. 2 singles—2. Tonne, 2-1; No. 1 doubles—8. Sdimidt-AmoW, 0-3; No. 2 doubles-6. Nguyen- Rowson, 1-2. Swimming High school girls GREAT BEND INVITATIONAL Team scores Manhattan 448, Wichita Trinity 438, Garden City 167, Salina Central 166, Junction City 165, McPherson 153, Newton 143, Andover 141, Great Bend 137, Wichita Northwest 109, Salina South 44, Hays 35, Dodge City 24. Salina results 200y medley relay — 3. Central (K.Donley, S.Donley, Smith, Boyer), 2:07.89.200y freestyle — 4. Boyer, SC, 2:15.15.200y Individual medley—3. S.Donley, SC, 2:2721.50y freestyle- 6. Smith, SC, 28.02. 20Oy freestyle relay — 3. Central (S.Donley, Boyer, Allred, Smith), 1:4928. lOOy backstroke — 3. KDonley, SC, 1:08.91. 400y freestyle relay — 3. Central (S.Donley, Boyer, KDontey, Smith), 4:06.15. PGA scores GREATER GREENSBORO CHRYSLER CLASSIC MikeSposa 68-66—134 Scon Simpson 66-€9—135 Rich Beam 71-85—136 David Berganto 70-66—136 OmarUresti 71-65—136 Scott Hoch 68-€8—136 Jeff Maggert 69-67—136 Scott McCarron 69-68-137 Jonathan Kaye 68-69—137 Dudley Hart 67-70—137 Jeny Kelly 67-70-137 Craig Kanada 71-67—138 K.J. Choi 72-66—138 Michael Muehr 70-68—138 Robert Damron 67-71—138 High school boys HUTCHINSON INVITATIONAL At Carey Park G.C., par 71 Team scores Hutchinson 301, Blue Valley Northwest 303, Buhler 304, SM East 305, Blue Valley North 306, SM Northwest 310, Wfichita Campus 310, Andover 311, Widiita Canoll 316, Wichila Kapaun 317, Shawnee Heighte 318, Blue Valley Stilwell 319, Salina South 320, SM West 320, Derby 322, Wichila East 322, SM South 323, Maize 324, McPherson 325, Dodge City 327, Salina Central 327, Hays 330, Newton 331, Great Bend 331, Lawrence High 331, Arkansas City 332, Wichita Northwest 333, Jundion City 334, Winlield 336, Wichita Heights 337, Garden City 337, El Dorado 336, Wichita South 355, SM North 382. Top 15 Individuals , 1. Thompson, SM East 7?; 2. Hertach, Hutchinson, 70; 3. (tie) Schulte, Buhlen Spradlin, Blue Valley North & Chimeilewski, SM Northwest, 72; 8. Hoppock, Wichita Campus, 73; 9. (tie) Swanson, Wmliekl & Woodland, Shawnee Heights, 75; 11. (tie) Mans, Maize; Robertson, Hutdiinson; Nelson, McPherson; Shurtz, Wchila Northwest & Ginal, Dertjy, 75. Salina Central scores — Bamett 77, Lebahn 80, Pestinger 84, Post 86, Jones 93. Salina South scores — Stewart 78, Sims 79, McGintey 79, Oliphant 86, Tingen 67. SACRED HEART INVfTATIONAL At Salina Municipal G.C., par 70 Team scores Twoman — SL John's Military 156, Hlllsboro 159, Marion 172, Minneapolis 174, Sacred Heart 179, Burrton 181, Ell-Saline 188, Cheney 196, Southeast of Saline 198, Quivira Heights 202, Claflin 204. Four-man — Sacred Heart 311, Hlllsboro 329, SL John's Military 337, Southeast ol Saline 353, Marion 353, Minneapolis 357, Burrton 361, Ellsworth 365, Quivira Heights 373, Clallln 363, Eg-Saline393. Medalfsts 1. '-Knipp, SH, 73; 2. Roemer, SH, 73; 3. Thiessen, Hlllsboro, 77; 4. Walker, SJM, 78; 5. Conyers, Marion, 78; 6. Groenke, SJM, 78; 7. Ellert, SH, 61; 8. Bina, Hlllsboro, 82; 9. Feist, Claflin, 83; 10. (lie) Helmer, SH & Woods, Hlllsboro, 84. ••won playoff Team-By-Team Cheney — Mller 90, Undwehr 106, Trego 97, Shepaid 95, Rinn 93, Wilfiams 103. Claflin — Soenen 121, Fiest 83, MUler 100, Shaw 88, Shantz 94, Zink 101. Burrton — Ratzlaff 82, Good 99, Jones 95, Thadi 88, Good 96, Rimbey 101. Ell-Saline — PeStjean 92, Isaacson 96, Johnson 100, Scott 105, Diehl 116. Ellsworth — Henning 85, Rohr 86, Famy 95, Beebe 89, Paul 104. Hlllsboro — Bina 82, Thiessen 77, Woods 84, RoWe 97, Hekis 86, Klassen 98. Marion — Conyers 78, Hetl 94, Moody 94, Tliarp 93, Sharp 93, Creton 89. Mkineapolli — Chrisman 85, WHtoughby 89, Mesler 89, Golf 94. Quivira HelgMs — White 90, Rolfs 93, Robertson 93, Stratsman 104, Steinert 97, Habiger 105. Saeted Heart — Knipp 73, Roemer 73, Newell 90, Ellert 81, Helmer 84, Slottmann 95. SJ Military — Walker 78, Groenke 78, Zander 89, Smith 92, Jay 93, Keams DO. SE Saline — Hartiin 106, Tweedy 92, Harrod 89, Brady 90, Losey 89, Ply- niet &5. € SPORTS DIGEST Moore no-show at mini-camp By The Associated Press PONTIAC, Mich. — Herman Moore and the Detroit Lions may have taken one more step toward ending their 10-year relationship. The wide receiver did not attend two mini- camp sessions held Friday, despite attending a team meeting the previous night. The Lions have asked Moore to take a pay cut this season to help clear salary-cap space. First-year coach Marty Mornhinweg said he expected Moore to attend the mini-camp, which began Friday morning and ends Sunday "Herman Moore is a professional football player. He's un-, der contract with the Detroit Lions, And I fully expected him to be here, period," Mornhin­ weg said. Moore has been selected to the Pro Bowl six times, three as a starter, but his production has slipped the past two seasons. The 6-foot-4, 224-pounder had 40 receptions for 434 yards and three touchdowns last season and 16 catches for 197 yards and two touchdowns in an injury-, plagued 1999 season. Those two lackluster seasons came after Moore joined Jerry Rice as the only NFL players to make 100 or more receptions in three consecutive seasons. Moore set an NFL record with 123 receptions in 1995, then caught 106 the next year and 104 in 1997. He became the fastest player in NFL history to 600 receptions, which he did during his eighth season, after 118 games. Team president Matt Millen said the Lions have told Moore, whose base pay is just over $3 mUlion a year, what they want to reduce his salary to. Millen and Moore's agent, Brad Blank, declined to reveal how much of a cut he is being asked to take. If the two sides don't reach an agreement by June 1, it's likely Moore wiU be released along with many veteran NFL players as teams attempt to clear salary-cap space. CFLTO INDUCT WARREN MOON, FOUR OTHERS INTO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME — Warren Moon, the most productive passer in pro football history, is going into the Canadian FootbaU Hall of Fame and Museum. The former Edmonton Eskimo, who went on to throw for more than 49,000 yards and 291 touchdowns in the NFL, wUl be joined by deffenseman James "Quick" Parker, running back Willie Burden and offensive lineman Bill Frank in the HaU of Fame at the Sept. 21 induction ceremonies in Hamilton, Ontario. NEBRASKA GOLF COACH ROMJUE RETIRES — The man who coached the Nebraska men's golf team for 31 years will retire in June. Larry Romjue announced his retirement Friday Romjue's teams made five appearances in the NCAA championships and nine appearances in the NCAA regionals. From 1975 to 1979 he also coached the Nebraska women's team. REEBOK PULLS TV AD WITH ROCKETS' FRANCIS AFTER YOUTH'S ACCIDENT — A TV ad showing Rockets guard Steve Francis leaping over a car was pulled by Reebok International Inc. after a Kentucky teen was hurt trying a similar stunt. Reebok pulled the 30-second "defy convention" commercial from its scheduled slot Thursday on CBS and replaced it witii a spot featuring Venus Williams. The ad that was yanked used computer effects to make it appear that Francis jumped over an oncoming car. A 16-year-old boy from Independence broke his leg and ankle Monday trying to jump over a car driven by a friend while another teen videotaped the action. SWEET PEA WHITAKER'S RING RETURN ENDS WITH INJURED SHbULDER — Pernell Whitaker's return to the ring after a 26-month layoff ended in the fourth round Friday when the former champion hurt his left shoulder and Carlos Bojorquez was awarded the victory Whitaker, 37, winced midway through the second round when he hurt the shoulder He mocked Bojorquez, but was unable to throw anything more potent than a right jab until referee Joe Cortez stopped the bout 27 seconds into the fourth round. It was Whitaker's first fight since he lost a decision to IBF welterweight champion Felix Trinidad 26 months ago.

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