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CB. SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule SUNDAY, APRIL 29 AUTO RACING • 1 p.m.— NASCAR, Winslon Cup, Napa Auto Parts 500, FOX, cable 4. 2 p.m. — CART, Flreslone Rrehawk 600, ES­ PN, cable 38. 4:30 p.m. — NHRA, Thunder Valley Nationals, ESPN2, cable 39. . . BASEBALL Noon — Major Leagues, Kansas City at Boston, KMBC, cable 9. 1 p.m. — Major Leagues, Seattle at Chicago While Sox, WGN, cable 7. 7 p.m. — Major Leagues, Atlanta at Arizona, ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 11 ;30 a.m. - NBA, New York at Toronto, NBC, cable 3. Z p.m. — NBA, Sacramento at Phoenix, NBC, cable 3. 4:30 p.m. — NBA, LA Lakers at Portland, NBC, cable 3. BOXING 2 p.m. — Robeto Leyva vs. Daniel Reyes, Uni- vision, cable 58. FOOTBALL 2 p.m. — Arena League, Orlando at Indiana, TNN, cable 34. GOLF 2 p.m. — PGA. Greater Greensboro Classic, CBS, cable 12,13. 2:30 p.m. — LPGA, Kathy Ireland Championship, ESPN2, cable 39. 5 p.m. — PGA Seniors, Bruno's Memorial Classic, CNBC, cable 48. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. - NHL, St. Louis at Dallas, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 1 p.m. — ATP, Verizon Tennis Challenge, FS- RM, cable 55. Baseliaii Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Halt Eastern Division W L Pet QB Wichita (Royals) 11 11 .500 — Arkansas (Angels) 10 10 .500 — Tulsa (Rangers) 10 12 .455 1 Shreveport (Giants) 10 13 .435 1',* Western Division W L Pet. GB Round Rock (Astros) 17 6 .739 ~ San Antonio (Mariners) 14 9 .609 3 Midland (Athletics) 13 10 .565 4 El Paso (D'backs) 4 18 .182 12Vi Friday's results El Paso 9, Shreveport 5 Mkjland 6. Arkansas 1 Tulsa 5, Round Rock 1 San Antonio 3, Wichita t Saturday's results Midland 2, Shreveport 0 San Antonio 7, Tulsa 2 Wichita 8, Round Rock 2 El Paso at Arkansas, (n) Sunday's games ' El Paso at Art<ansas MWIand al Shreveport Tulsa at San Antonio Wichita at Round Rock, 2:05 p.m. Big 12 linescores TEXAS TECH 2, KANSAS 1 Kansas 000 000 100 — 1 5 1 Texas Tech 000 010 Olx — 2 10 1 Smart and DelChiaro; Phillips and Arnerich. WP—Phillips (11-3). LP-Smart (8-3). KANSAS STATE 7, MISSOURI 3 IMIssouri 000 003 000 — 3 5 0 Kansas State 020 104 OOx — 7 10 0 Hobbs, Dale (6) and Desch; Melcher, Tallman (8) and Cavender. WP—Melcher (3-2). LP— Hobbs (7-4). 2B—KS: Castillo, Maloney. HR-M: Slogan; KS: English. MVC linescores SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE 4 WICHITA STATE 3 Wiphita Stale 030 000 0 - 3 4 4 SW Missouri State 001 000 3 - 4 7 3 ; Keller, Kerbs (7), Haines (7) and Becker; Rheinecker and Margalski. WP — Rheinecker (4-3). LP — KertJs (2-2). 2B — WS: Welch, Becker; SMS: Brinkley. HR — SMS: Margalski. SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE 8 WICHITA STATE 3 Wichita Bute 020 001 000 - 3 4 1 SW Missouri State 003 000 32x - 8 15 4 Bryan, Hottovy (7), Atkins (7), Haines (8) and Owen; Palmer and Margalski. WP — Palmer (43). LP — Hottovy (1 -1). 2B — SMS: Isenhower. Friday's game SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE 9 WICHITA STATE 6 Wichita Stale 000 014 010 - 6 9 1 SW Missouri State 201 002 04x - 9 11 1 Maureau, Haines (8), Hottovy (8) and Owen; Ziegler, Jellerson (9) and Margalski. WP — Ziegler (8-0). LP — Maureau (6-3). S — Jellerson (I). 2B — SMS: Espy. HR —WS: Sorensen; SMS: Isenhower, Gardner, Howard. State college BETHANY 15, TABOR 3 Bethany 400 416 - 15 18 0 Tabor 000 030 - 3 8 3 Straussburg, Obermueller (5) and Nelson; Thomas, Goodale (5) and George. WP — Slaussburg (7-5). LP — Thomas. 2B — B: Sungy 2, Wealherly, Wetter, Harmison. 3B — B: Gordon. HR — B: Gordon, Sungy, Wetter; T: Stucky. 1 TABOR 12, BETHANY 11 Bethany 100 420 4 - 11 11 2 Tabor 102 027 x - 12 13 1 ' Biegert, Regan (5), Just (6), Sungy (6) and Nel- s'on; Eltman, Franlz (4) and George. WP — Franli. LP — JusI (1-1). 2B — B: Gordon, Just; T: Ryherd, Sanlillan. 3B — B: Gordon, HR — B: Harmison; T: Ryherd. NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS 5 FORT HAYS STATE 1 NM Highlands 000 401 0 - 5 8 5 Fort Hays Stale 010 000 0 - 1 2 1 • Jaramillo and Rice; Floyd, Dill (4), Woll (7) and Garcia. WP — Jaramillo (9-3). LP — Floyd (8-3). 2B — NMH: Rodriguez; FH: Yoachim, Garcia. FORT HAYS STATE 12 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS 2 NM Highlands Oil 000 000 - 2 3 2 Fort Hays State 010 205 22x - 12 20 2 .Cochran, Viselli (6), Trainer (8) and O'Brien; Curran, Brown (8) and Garcia, Goodale. WP — Curran (7-1). LP — Cochran (5-1). 2B — NMH: ReBeli; FH: Patty. Dreher, Garcia 2. HR — FH: Hurtado. High school Friday's games SE SALINE 11, CONCORDIA 0 Southeast of Saline 201 107 — 11 10 1 Concordia 000 000 - 0 3 4 WP - Hartman (4-0). LP - Ramsey. 2B: SES: Noonan. CONCORDIA 12, SE SALINE 11 Southeast of Saline 101 040 41 — 11 12 6 Concordia 450 100 02 —12 15 1 WP - Strait. LP - Schwarz (0-1). 2B: SES: Kolzow, Hartman, Schwarz; C: Bauche. 3B: SES: Noonan, Racek. Junior varsity Friday's games SE SALINE 12, CONCORDIA 0 Southeast ol Saline 103 35 - 12 13 1 Concordia 000 00 - 0 1 1 .WP ^ Hartman. LP — Deaver. 2B — SES: Hartman, Augustine. 38 — SES: Brack. BE SALINE 14, CONCORDIA 0 Southeast ol Saline 202 055 - 14 13 0 Concordia 000 000 - 0 1 1 ..WP — Garrelson. LP — Unk. 2B — SES: Augustine, Garretson, Kruse, Brack 2; C: James. 3B — SES: Penn. HR — SES: Garretson, Hartman. Baslcethaii NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND [ (Best-of-S) Friday's result -Charlotte 94, Miami 79, Charlotte wins series 3- a Saturday's results Thiladelphia 92, Indiana 87, Philadelphia leads s^nes 2-1 J)allas 94, UUh 91, Utah leads series 2-1 -Minnesota 93, San Antonio 84, San Antonio leads senes 2-1 -Ortando 121, Milwaukee 116 (ot), Milwaukee leads series 2-1, (n) Sunday's games New Yorti al Toronto, 11:30 a.m. Sacramento al Phoenix, 2 p.m. LA Lakers at Portland, 4:30 p.m. NBA summaries MAVS 94, JAZZ 91 UTAH (91) Malone 11-28 6-8 29, Marshall 8-14 0-0 17, Polynice 0-1 0-0 0, Russell 6-11 0-014, Stockton 6-11 0^1 12, Vaughn 0-2 0-0 0, Benoit 0-2 0-0 0, Manning 8-12 2-2 19, Oslertag 0-2 0-0 0, Crotty 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 39-85 8-11 91. DALUS(94) Howard 8-18 2-3 18, NowiUki 9-19 13-14 33, Bradley 4-6 2-2 10, Finley 2-14 4-6 8, Nash 6-15 3-3 16, Booth 1-4 0-0 2, Eisley 2-7 2-2 7. Totals 32-83 26-30 94. Utah 22 21 22 26-91 Dallas 31 20 21 22-94 3-Poinl Goals—Utah 5-15 (Russell 2-4, Manning 1-1, Malone 1-2, Marshall 1-4, Polynice 0-1, Benoit 0-1, Stockton 0-2). Dallas 4-15 (Nowilzki 2-7, Nash 1-3, Eisley 1-4, Finley 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Utah 53 (Malone 13), Dallas 51 (Howard 11). Assists—Ulah 29 (Slock- lon 10), Dallas 15 (Nash 7). Total louls—Utah 30, Dallas 15. Technicals—Dallas Illegal Delense, Howard. Flagrant louls—Bradley. A—18,187 (18,187). SIXERS 92, PACERS 87 PHILADELPHIA (92) Lynch 5-9 0-2 10, Hill 1-4 3-3 5, Mutombo 3-11 4-4 10, Snow 5-12 1-2 11, Iverson 11-28 10-14 32, McKie 8-14 5-6 22, Jones 0-3 0-0 0, Ollie 0-1 0-0 0, Geiger 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 34-83 23-31 92. INDIANA (87) Rose 8-21 3-3 19, O'Neal 0-4 0-0 0, Foster 2-5 0-0 4, R.Miller 11-25 8-8 35, Best 3-9 0-0 6, Croshere 4-11 5-6 13, Harrington 1-5 0-0 2, Edney 1-3 0-0 2, McKey 2-3 1-2 6. Totals 32-86 1719 87. Philadelphia 21 24 29 18-92 Indiana 24 17 19 27-87 3-Point Goals—Philadelphia 1-7 (McKie 1-4, Mutombo 0-1, Iverson 0-2), Indiana 6-23 (R.Miller 5-14, McKey 1-1, Harrington 0-1, Croshere 0-3, Rose 0-4). Fouled out-Best Rebounds- Philadelphia 65 (Mutombo 15), Indiana 48 (Best 11). Assists-Philadelphia 17 (Iverson 6), Indiana 20 (Best 9). Total fouls—Philadelphia 22, Indiana 27. Technicals—Geiger, Rose, R.Miller. A— 18,345 (18,345). WOLVES 93, SPURS 84 SAN ANTONIO (84) Ferry 2-5 0-0 6, Duncan 5-12 5-8 15, Robinson 7-16 8-11 22, Anderson 6-163-316, Porter 4-9 00 9, Rose 1-3 5-6 7, Johnson 1-6 2-2 4, Elliott 02 0-0 0, Walker 1-1 0-0 2, Daniels 1-1 0-0 3. Totals 28-71 23-30 84. MINNESOTA (93) Szczerbiak 5-9 8-11 18, Gamett 7-14 8-10 22, Neslerovic 0-3 0-00, Peeler 5-120-013, Brandon 9-19 2-2 21, Slater 3-8 0-0 6, Mitchell 1-2 0-0 2, Lopez 3-7 0-0 6, Avery 0-1 0-0 0, Ellis 1-31-2 3, Garrelt 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 34-79 21-27 93. San Antonio 19 23 24 18—84 Minnesota 24 23 21 25-93 3-Point Goals—San Antonio 5-16 (Ferry 2-4, Daniels 1-1, Porter 1-4, Anderson 1-6, Elliott 0-1), Minnesota 4-9 (Peeler 3-3, Brandon 1-2, Gamett 0-1, Mitchell 0-1, Szczertiiak 0-1, Lopez 0-1). Fouled out—Slaler. Rebounds—San Antonio 47 (Robinson 17), Minnesota 54 (Gamett 8). Assists—San Antonio 14 (Anderson 4), Minnesota 20 (Brandon 9). Total louls—San Antonio 25, Minnesota 27. Technicals—Walker, Garrett. A— 17,676 (19,006). MAGIC 121, BUCKS 116 (ot) MILWAUKEE (116) G.Robinson 5-13 2-2 14, S.Wiliiams 4-6 2-4 10, Pope 1 -2 0-0 2, Allen 11 -20 3-3 27, Cassell 7-23 7-9 21, Johnson 0-2 2-2 2, Thomas 4-139-1018, Hunter 2-6 0-0 5, Calley 0-5 8-8 8, Ham 3-3 3-4 9. Totals 37-93 36-42 116. ORLANDO (121) McGrady 14-3214-18 42, Outlaw 4-8 0-2 8, De- Clercq 3-5 0-0 6, Miller 3-10 0-0 6, Annstrong 613 4-4 18, Doleac 2-4 0-0 4, Hudson 1-5 3-4 5, Garrity 5-10 3-3 16, M.Williams 0-0 0-1 0, Amaechi 2-3 0-0 4, Brown 4-8 0-0 12. Totals 4498 24-32 121. Milwaukee 23 27 24 36 6—116 Orlando 24 20 36 30 11—121 3-Poinl Goals—Milwaukee 6-23 (G.Robinson 2-3, Allen 2-6, Hunter 1 -3, Thomas 1-6, Pope 0-1, Cassell 0-4), Orlando 9-23 (Brown 4-7, Garrity 36, Amislrong 2-5, Hudson 0-1, McGrady 0-2, Miller 0-2). Fouled out—G.Robinson, Ham, De- Clercq. Rebounds—Milwaukee 61 (Cassell 16), Orlando 63 (Outlaw 14). Assists—Milwaukee 18 (Allen 6), Orlando 19 (McGrady 10). Total louls— Milwaukee 28, Orlando 29. Technicals— G.Robinson, Cassell. S.Williams, Outlaw, McGrady, Orlando coach Rivers, Armslrong. Flagrant louls—Garrity. A—17,248 (17,248). USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Norttiern Division W L PcL GB Long Island 1 0 1.000 — Brooklyn 1 0 1.000 — Maryland 1 1 .500 '/4 AllanlicCity 0 2 .000 1',* Pennsylvania 0 2 .000 I'A Southern Division W L PcL GB Florida 2 0 1.000 — Ukeland 1 1 .500 1 Oklahoma 1 1 .500 1 Dodge City 0 0 .000 1 Kansas 0 0 .000 1 Friday's results Lakeland 115, Allantic City 87 Maryland 112, Pennsylvania 109 Florida 84, Oklahoma 82 Saturday's results Florida 100, Atlantic City 88 Brooklyn 92, Pennsylvania 91 Long Island 93, Maryland 80 Oklahoma 115, Lakeland 86 Sunday's games Florida at Lakeland Penn at Long Island Kansas at Dodge City. 7:30 p.m. Hoci(ey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Friday's result SI. Louis 4. Dallas 2, SI. Louis leads series 1-0 Saturday's results Pittsburgh 3, Buflalo 1, Pittsburgh leads series 2-0 Colorado 2, Los Angeles 0, series lied 1-1 New Jersey 6, Toronto 5 (ot), series tied 1-1 Sunday's game St. Louis at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. Traci( & field state college HASTINGS INVITATIONAL MEN Fort Hays State results Shot put — 1. Seyfert, 56-11; 2. Manning, 56•A. Hammer throw — 2. Hert, 173-7. Javelin — i: Ramsey, 186-3; 3. Allen, 180-2; 6. Meyer, 1754. High jump — 5. Holecek, 6-4. Pole vault — 2. Marconnel. 14-7; 4. Holfman, 14-1.100m dash — 4. Marconnel, 11.13.400m dash — 4. Brobsl, 50.30. 1,500m run — 1. Parker, 4:00.03. Steeplechase — 4. Haines, 10:14.83. 5,000m run — 2. Nichol, 15:52.82.110m hurdles — 4. Holecek, 15.76. 400m hurdles —-5. Hansen, 58.35. WOMEN Fort Hays State results Shot put — 2. Hill, 45-7. Discus — 2. William, 137-0. Hammer throw — 4. William, 144-0. Javelin — 2. Kastens, 125-0; 3. Osterttaus, 1179. Long jump —2. Teeter, 17-10'/<.Triple)ump — 5. Shields, 35-3%. High Jump — 3. Robinson, 5-4.1,600m relay — 2. (Funk, Wolfram, Teeter, Eck), 3:58.50. 200m dash — 2. Hoy, 25.95. 400m dash — 3. Eck, 1:00.23; 4. Funk, 1:01.50; 6. Teeter, 1:02.33.800m run — 5. Reif, 2:24.37. 5,000m run — 2. Taylor, 19:32.20; 3. Heigert, 19:52.30.100m hurdles — 4. Ruggioro, 15.37. 400m hurdles — 3. Wolfram, 1:05.87. JACK CHRISTIANSEN INVITATIONAL At Greeley, Colo. MEN Bethany results 100m dash — 3. Tosu, 10.97. 200m dash — 1. Tosu, 21.81. Javelin — 2. Johnson, 180-9. WOMEN Bethany results Javelin — 2. Johnson, 131-4. High school HILLSBORO INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Hlllsboro 187, Smoky Valley 72, Marion 58, Canlon-Galva 43, Belle Plaine 42, Little River 37, Remington 32, Hesslon 27, Goessel 26, Peabody 19, Centre 12 How to E-mail us: Harold Bechard sjhbechard@saljournal.com Erik Bonar sjebonar@saliournal.com Bob Davidson sibdavidson@saljournal.com Arne Green siargreen@saijournal.com Larry Moritz silmoritz@saiiournal.com Christian D Orr sicon-@saijournal.com TroyPalenske sitpalenske@saiiournai.com Today's schedule SUNDAY, APRIL 29 BASEBALL Kansas City at Boston, 12:05 p.m. BASKETBALL Kansas al Dodge City, 7:30 p.m. SOFTBALL Brown Mackie in Jayhawk Challenge at Dodge City Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. R.Jilka, Hi, 14.93; 2. A.Jil- ka. Hi, 15.38; 3. Blanks, SV, 15.4. 300m hurdles — 1. R.Jilka, Hi, 44.82; 2. Hansen, M, 42.21; 3. Blanks, SV, 42.31. 100m dash — 1. Yoder, Hi, 11.27; 2. Glendenning, G, 11.3; 3. Yamada, CG, 11.31. 200m dash — 1. AI.Yoder, Hi, 23.6; 2. Glendenning, G, 23.71; 3. Whiteman, M, 23.77. 400m dash — 1. Smith, CG, 52.35; 2. D.Yoder, Hi, 54.23; 3. Klenda, C, 54.35. 800m run — 1. Call, Hi, 2:03.02; 2. Schroeder, R, 2.04.26; 3. Perscia, BP, 2:05.81. 1,600m run — 1. Aa.Yoder, Hi, 4:37.74; 2. Worcester, SV, 4:41.09; 3. Richert, Hi, 4:52.27. 3,200m ntn — 1. Worcester, SV, 9:58.68; 2. Aa.Yoder, Hi, 10:16.05; 3. Richert, Hi, 10:37.32. 400m relay — 1. Hlllsboro, 44.82; 2. Smoky Valley, 46.61; 3. Peabody, 47.09. 1,600m relay — 1. Hlllsboro, 3:34.32; 2. Belle Plaine, 3:41.9; 3. Remington, 3:45.64. 3,200m relay — 1. Hlllsboro, 8:39.62; 2. Remington, 8:47.0; 3. Belle Plaine, 9:08.29. Shot put — 1. Winter, Hi, 47-5%; 2. Bandy, CG, 46-8'A; 3. Telle, SV, 44-6'/i. Discus — 1. Bandy, CG, 143-5; 2. Winter, Hi, 138-2; 3. Bencke, C, 135-5. High jump — 1. Wonds, BP, 6-2; 2. Thompson, CG, 6-0; 3. Dominguez, SV, 5-8. Long jump — 1. AI.Yoder, Hi, 20-4%; 2. Glendenning, G, 19-11 y4; 3. Stephenson, LR, 12-7. Tripte lump — 1. Sklles, M, 42-3'A; 2. Birdsell, He, 4-9; 3. Whiteman, M, 40-7. Javelin — 1. Winter, Hi, 177-5; 2. White, L4, 171-2; 3. Bobenyak, LR, 158-9. Pole vault — 1. Hamilton, He, 14-7; 2. Funk, Hi, 13-7; 3. Stephenson, LR, 12-7. GIRLS Team scores Hlllsboro 116, Smoky Valley 116, Hesston 88, Remington 67, Peabody 35, Marion 33, Goessel 30, Little River 29, Belle Plaine 26, Canton-Galva 12, Centre 1. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Peachey, Hi, 15.03; 2. Seller, He, 15.39; 3. Dunavan, BP, 16.55. 300m hurdles — 1. Seller, He, 48.84; 2. Blomberg, SV, 50.77; 3. Dunavan, BP, 51.84. 100m dash — 1. Olson, SV, 12.84; 2. Seller, He, 12.89; 3. Koehn, LR, 12.95. 200m dash — 1. Koehn, LR, 27.87; 2. Hammond, He, 28.44; 3. Olson, SV, 28.75. 400m dash — 1. MacDonald, SV, 1:01.56; 2. Klaassen, R, 1:03.3; 3. Jest, Hi, 1:04.73. 800m run — 1. Kroeker, Hi, 2:27.27; 2. MacDonald, SV, 2:33.13; 3. Klaassen, R, 2:33.6. 1,600m run — 1. Talbolt, SV, 6:05.1; 2. Ra- daU, SV, 6:05.59; 3. Windsor, P, 6:10.04. 3,200m run — 1. Shaler, SV, 13:07.91; 2. Adams. BP, 13:17.04; 3. Ensz. R, 13:20.06. 400m relay — 1. Hesslon, 52.7; 2. Hlllsboro, 53.66; 3. Peabody, 57.15. 1,600m relay — 1. Hillsbora, 4:17.2; 2. Remington, 4:20.57; 3. Goessel, 4:27.96. 3,200m relay — 1. Hlllsboro, 10:24.4; 2. Remington, 10:41.12; 3. Marion, 11:07.52. Shot put — 1. Hanley, Hi, 34-3y.; 2. Allison, M, 31-8; 3. Jones, P,31-7%. Discus — 1. Sowers, He, 93-5; 2. Hanley, HI, 92-7; 3. King, Hi, 90-7. High jump — 1. Peachey, Hi, 5-0; 2. Blomberg, SV, 5-0; 3. Dunavan, BP, 4-10. Long jump — 1. Olson, SB, 16-9%; 2. Hammond, He, 165-1 v.; 3. Lehman, He, 15-9 Triple jump — 1. Blomberg, SV, 31-4'A; 2. Munguyn, Hi, 30-11 Vt; 3. Funk, G, 30-10'/4. Javelin — I.Unruh, P, 103-4; 2. Ensz, R, 1014; 3. Konen, LR 101-1. Pote vault — 1. Lehman, He, 10-6; 2. Hetl, M, 9-6; 3. Hecker, CG, 9-0. TRI-STATE RELAYS At Goodiand BOYS Team scores Ogallala. Neb. 128, Ulysses 117, Colby 92, Goodiand 84, Scott Cily 81, Burlington, Colo. 43, Sharon Springs 13. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Cadena, U, 15.86; 2. Mai, G, 16.90; 3. Rico, B, 17.18. 300m hurdles — 1. Anderson, 0,39.53; 2. Duell, B, 41.32; 3. Mai, Q, 42.73. 100m dash — 1, McCoy, C, 11.41; 2. Meireis, SC, 11.42; 3. Cadena, U, 11.60. 200m dash — 1. Cadena, U, 23.03; 2. Meireis, SC, 23.09; 3. McCoy, C, 23.23. 400m dash — 1. Brow, C, 50.30; 2. Slone, G, 50.43; 3. Kirchner, 0, 50.85. 800m run — 1. Graham, SC, 2:01.44; 2. Annis, U, 2:01.47; 3. Knight, 0,2:01.63. 1,600m run — 1. Granger, G, 4:55.16; 2. Johnson, 0,5:00.69; 3. Mest, 0, 5:00.98. 3,200m run — 1. Aguilar, G, 11:02.28; 2. Most, O,11:06.81;3. Haylord, 0,11:23.81. 400m relay — 1. Colby, 43.02; 2. Ulysses, 44.28; 3. Ogallala, 44.37. 1,600m relay — 1. Colby, 3:26.35; 2. Ogallala, 3:26.86; 3. Ulysses, 3:28.79. 3,200m relay — 1. Ulysses, 8:3.61; 2. Ogallala, 8:16.61; 3. Scott City, 8:51.11. Shot put — 1. Long, U, 62-2'y4; 2. Speer, SC, 50-5'/.; 3. (tie) Wheeler, SC & Bynum, U, 4511 '/4. Discus — 1. Long, U, 143-1; 2. Greed, B, 1418; 3. Smith, C, 138-5. High jump — 1. Armslrong, 0, 6-0; 2. Brown. C, 6-0; 3. Hilton, U, 5-10. Long jump — 1. Hess, 0, 20-1; 2. McCoy, C, 19-9; 3. Dahl, B, 19-5. Triple jump — 1. Kickhater, 0, 42-1; 2. Slone, G, 40-3; 3. Nolan, SC, 40-1. Javelin — 1. Melia, G, 156-7; 2. Helmers, SC, 155-10; 3. Bynum, U, 150-9. PolB vault— 1. Heyl, SS, 12-0; 2. Melia, G, 116; 3. Davis, B, 10-0. GIRLS Team scores Goodiand 124, Ulysses 111, Burlington, Colo, too, Ogallala, Neb. 77, Colby 64, Scott Cily 63, Sharon Springs 17. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Hagemian, G, 15.76; 2. Brenn, C, 16.46; 3. Duell, B, 17.21. 300m hurdles — 1. Hagemian, G, 47.62; 2. Kuntzsch, SC, 49.22; 3. Brenn, C, 50.04. 100m dash — 1. Hhoades, B, 12.75; 2. Pettibone, G, 13.01; 3. Hartley, B, 13.11. 200m dash — 1. Rhoades, B, 26.44; 2. Hagerman, G, 26.74; 3. Cupple, B, 27.17. 400m dash — 1. Brenner, G, 1:01.47; 2. McGaughey, U, 1:02.90; 3. O'Brien, SC, 1:03.44. 800m run — 1. Meierhoff, U, 2:26.57; 2. Helmers, SC, 2:28.48; 3. Ramsey, C, 2:31.74. 1,600m run — 1. Ramsey, C, 5:46.76; 2. Knight, 0,6:09.85; 3. Duvall, U, 6:19.28. 3,200m run — 1. Knight, 0, 13:24.37; 2. Anderson, U, 13:30.43; 3. Duvall, U, 14:19.34. 400m relay — 1. Buriington, 50.9B; 2. Colby, 51.66; 3. Goodiand, 51.80. 1,600m relay — 1. Goodiand. 4:12.92; 2. Scott City, 4:15:34; 3. Colby, 4:16.10. 3,200m relay — 1. Scott City, 10:23.68; 2. Ulysses, 10:36.43; 3. Goodiand, 10:39.94. Shot put — 1. Ducekel, 0, 38-9; 2. Steele, U, 36-4'/.; 3. Weber, B, 36-4. Discus — 1. Weber, B, 117-7; 2. Ducekel, 0, 114-6; 3. Steele, U, 104-3. High jump — 1. Brenner, G, 5-2; 2. Hamer, U, 5-0; 3. Fruit, 0, 5-0. Long jump — 1. Rhoades, B, 16-2'/!; 2. Hagerman, G, 16-0; 3. Hamer, U, 15-0. Tripte jump — 1. David, B, 32-8',4; 2. Hamer, U,32-7'A;3. Brown, U,32-6. Javelin — 1. Kelly, U, 112-8; 2. Weber, B, 1039; 3. Jarmin. G, 101-8. Pole vault — 1. Stone, G, 9-0; 2. Norman, 0, 8-6; 3. Unrah, SS, 8-0. QUINTER INVrrATIONAL BOYS Team scores Quinler 95, Hoxie 65, St. Francis 61, Ransom 68, Grinnell 51, Wheatland 46, Jennings 45, Healy 43, Northern Valley 40, Triplairis 22, Hemdon 18, Golden Plains 11, Brewster 0, Ulica 0. Individual results 110m hunjies — 1. Hawbaker, Q, 15.48; 2. Long, SF, 16.33; 3. Cox, NV, 16.43. 300m hurdles — 1. Weis, Ho, 41.86; 2. Magie, Hea, 42.00; 3. Hawbaker, Q, 42.54. 100m dash — 1. Cooper, Ho, 11.56; 2. Martin, NV, 12.24; 3. Nemechek, Q, 12.25. 200m dash — 1. Cooper, Ho, 23.53; 2. Mackley, T 24.41; 3. Flax, R, 24.66. 400m dash — 1. Wolters, SF, 52.70; 2. Und- sten, SF, 53.66; 3. Macklay, T, 53.82. 800m run — 1. Zimmerman, W, 2:03.36; 2. Bailey, J, 2: 1 0.88; 3. McKenna, J, 2: 11 .76. 1,600m run — 1. Zimmemian, W, 4:49.61; 2. Tuttle, W, 4:56.47; 3. Saltier, Her, 5:00.70. 3,200m run — 1. Zimmerman, W, 10:59.44; 2. Kinderimecht, Q, 11 :12.28; 3. Tuttle, W, 11 :33.93. 400m relay — 1. Hoxie, 45.9; 2. St. Francis, 46.29; 3. Ransom, 46.59. 1,600m relay — 1. SI. Francis, 3:39.92; 2. Ransom, 3:42.78; 3. Quinter, 3:43.73. 3,200m relay — 1. Quinler, 8:54.70; 2. Jennings, 9:00.55; 3. Healy, 10:08.40. Shot put — 1. Tuttle, 0,47-4; 2. Woll, G, 43-0; 3. Jennison, Hea, 42 -1 y<. Discus — 1. Tuttle, Q, 134 -1; 2. Betz, R, 1244; 3. Jennison, Hea, 119 -1. High jump — 1. Weiser, G, 64-'/.; 2. Cox, NV, 6-0; 3. Beesley, 0, 5-10. Long jump — 1. Bixenman, G, 20-7'/4; 2. Weis, Ho, 20-4'/!; 3. Weiser, G, 20 -1 'A. Triple jump — 1 . Weis, Ho, 42-6; 2. Bixenman, G, 42-6; 3. Horchem, H, 41-4. Javelin — 1. Wolters, SF, 158-0; 2. Marintzer, Her, 144-8; 3. Thalheim, NV, 142-3. Pole vault — 1. Magie, Hea, 14-0; 2. Klilzke, R, 13-0; 3. Blackwill, Q, 11-0. GIRLS Team scores Triplains 81, Hoxie 75, Northern Valley 74, Quinter 65, Ransom 60, Golden Plains 50, Jennings 39, Grinnell 38, Brewster 24, Healy 21, Hemdon 1 0, Ulica 1 0, Wheatland 7, St. Francis 0. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Latham, T, 16.23; 2. Tubbs, NV, 18.99; 3. DuBois, J, 19.56. 300m hurdtes — 1. Uham, T, 48.06; 2. Tubbs, NV, 55.15; 3. Slams, B, 66.12. 100m dash — 1. Weeks, R, 13-20; 2. Rogers, GP, 13.37; 3. Vahling, J, 13.39. 200m dash — 1. Weeks, R, 27.48; 2. Latham, T, 28.35; 3. Rogers, GP, 28.38. 400m dash — 1. Weeks, R, 1 :01.97; 2. Vahling, J, 1 :02.79; 3. Stover, Q, 1 :06.21. 800m run - 1. Lowry, NV, 2:38.58; 2. Stephens, G, 2:41.64; 3. Mense, G, 2:43.73. 1 ,600m run — 1. Lowry, NV, 5:48.93; 2. Broeckelman, GP, 5:49.63; 3. Scammehom, Hea, 6:00.64. 3,200m run — 1. Oslmeyer, NV, 12:56.68; 2. Knoll, Q, 13:23.21; 3. Scammehom, Hea, 13:35.98. 400m relay — 1. Triplains, 53.53; 2. Hoxie, 53.93; 3. Jennings, 54.66. 1,600m relay — 1. Quinter, 4:24.37; 2. Hoxie, 4:28.16; 3. Northern Valley, 4:36.64. 3,200m relay — 1. Quinter, 10:34.17; 2. Northem Valley, 10:35.17; 3. Hoxie, 11 ;15.04. Shot put — 1. Lewallen, T S5-11; 2. Cash, Her, 35-4'/.; 3. Hickert, GP, 34-6.' Discus — 1 . Lewallen, T 1 1 1 -5; 2. Hickert, GP, 108-8; 3. Foster, U, 102-5. High jump — 1 . Baalman, G, 5-2; 2. Helm, Ho, 4-10; 3.Koster,Ho, 4-8. Long jump — 1. Barrett, T 15-9'/!; 2. Bixenman, G, 15-9; 3. Tilitson, R, 16-6^4. Triple jump — 1. Stover, 0, 34 -11 'A; 2. Barrett, T, 33 -11; 3. Coberiy, Q, 33-10%. Javelin — 1. Gassmann, Ho, 124-3; 2. Mollenkamp, R, 112-9; 3. Albers, R, 105 -11. Pole vault — 1. Miller. Ho, 7-6; 2. Juenemann, GP, 7-6; 3. Graham, NV, 7-6. GOLDSMITH RELAYS At WaKeeney BOYS Team scores Holcomb 81, Norton 72, Phillipsburg 69, TMP- Marian 65, Russell 65, Oakley 48, Ness Cily 46, Ellis 32, Hill City 31, Lamed 18, Plainville 13, Leoti 6, Trego 6, Victoria 3. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Sander, R, 15.18; 2. Pian- nensliel, NC, 15.50; 3. Robben, 0,15.56. 300m hurdles — 1. Plannenstiel, NC, 41.15; 2. Flax, TMP, 42.62; 3. Robben, 0,42.68. 100m dash — 1. Petrie, N, 11 .15; 2. Watson, E, 11 :31; 3. Jacobs, R, 11 .69. 200m dash — 1. Petrie, N, 22.90; 2. Schwindl, H, 23.68; 3. Jacobs, R, 23.75. 400m dash — 1. Shaver, U, 52.12; 2. Mondero, NC, 62.86; 3. Robben, 0,52.90. 800m run — 1. Yates, Ph, 2:06.84; 2. Schap, H, 2 :11 .00; 3. Schaller, TMP, 2 :11 .18. 1,600m run — 1. Kralll, Ph, 4:49.09; 2. Sebelius, N, 4:49.12; 3. George, H, 4:54.63. 3,200m run — 1. Sebelius, N, 10:29.00; 2. George, H, 10:36.65; 3. Husso, Ph, 10:52.46. 400m relay — 1. Russell, 43.96; 2. Holcomb, 44.43; 3. Ellis, 44.53. 1,600m relay — 1. Holcomb, 3:34.75; 2. Ness City, 3:36.53; 3. Hill City, 3:40.75. 3,200m relay — 1. Holcomb, 8:44.68; 2. Phillipsburg, 9:09.03; 3. TMP-Marian, 9:12.40. Shot put — 1. Barnes, TMP, 55 -1; 2. Slaab, PI, 54-'/i;3. Katt, H,48-6. Discus — 1. Bmning, Ph, 160 -1; 2. Bames, TMP, 156-4; 3. Boyle, N, 154-2. High jump — 1. Robben, 0,6-0; 2. Sander, R, 6-0; 3. Cole, R, 6-0. Long jump — 1. Watson, E, 20-9'/.; 2. Cole, R, 20-3'/.; 3. Senecal, H, 20-3?'4. Triple jump — 1. Yates, Ph, 44-3; 2. Schaub, NC,43-2; 3. Reddy, HC, 42-'/.. Javelin — 1. Bames, TMP, 176-4; 2. Boyle, N, 170 -1; 3. Bauer, U, 169-2. Pole vault — 1. Bossemran, 0,12-6; 2. Elliott, R, 12-0; 3. Johnson, R, 12-0. GIRLS Team scores Norton 84 'A, Trego 78, Oakley 63, Hill Cily 63, Victoria 55'.^, Ness Cily 53, Russell 46, Holcomb 31, TMP-Marian 22, Ellis 21, Phillipburg 19, Leoti 14, Lamed 8, Plainville 0. individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Beydler, T, 16.68; 2. Keith, T 17.21; 3. Fose.T 17.25. 300m hurdles — 1. Uwellin, HC, 47.84; 2. Beydler, T. 48.09; 3. Keith, T, 49.43. 100m dash — 1. Lawellin, HC, 12.81; 2. Spradlin, R, 13.09; 3. Sloan, N, 13:14. 200m dash — 1. Lawellin, HC, 27.18; 2. Sloan, N, 27.65; 3. Revell, R, 27.68. 400m dash — 1. Banda, H, 59.40; 2. Revell, R, 1:01.06; 3. Cross, HC, 1:01.28. 800m run — 1. Locke, T 2:28.25; 2. Kuhlman, NC, 2:34.96; 3. Doxon, T, 2:36.50. 1,600m run — 1. Locke, T, 5:58.21; 2. GeisI, 0, 5:53.71; 3. Thompson, 0,5:54.43. 3,200m run — 1. Augustine, TMP, 12:53.39; 2. Shepherd, E, 13:00.15; 3. Kllwein, H, 13:00.93. 400m relay — 1. Russell, 50.90; 2. Ness City, 51.00; 3. Hill Cily, 51.15. 1,600m relay — 1. Ness City, 4:12.00; 2. Oakley, 4:12.40; 3. Victoria, 4:20.12. 3,200m relay — 1. Victoria, 10:21.15; 2. Ness City, 10:50.53; 3. Norton, 11:08.21. Shot puf^ 1. Geist, V, 38-7; 2. Maddy, N ;36- l;3. Brown, R,35-8'/4. Discus — 1. Geist, V, 121-3; 2. Hager, N, 1118:3. Ribordy, 0,107-7. High jump — 1. Hockman, HC, 5-1; 2. Bmnswig, T, 4-10; 3. Holfman, V, 4-8. Long jump — 1. Sloan, N, 16-9; 2. Acton, 0, 16-7; 3. Brogren, Le, 16-1. Triple jump — 1. Koerner, NC, 34-4; 2. Homewood, E, 34-1 %; 3. Hollman, V, 33-10. Javelin — 1. Grauertiolz, Ph, 112-6; 2. Brogren, Le, 107-8; 3. Beagley, 0,100-7. Pole vault — I. Skian, N, 8-0; 2. Hillebrand, N, 7-6; 3. (tie) Roberts, Ph & Halbleib, 0,7-6. Auto racing Busch resultsf AUTO CLUB 300 1. (26) Hank Parker Jr., Chevrolet, 150, $87,545. 2. (20) JeH Punris, Ponliac, 150, $65,150. 3. (4) Jeff Green, Ford, 150, $66,450. 4. (8) Kevin Lepage, Ford, 150, $34,425. 5. (5) Kevin Haivick, Chevrolet, 150, $32,025. 6. (3) Greg Billle , Ford, 150, $35,625. 7. (24) Jimmy Spencer, Chevrolet, 160, $22,925. 8. (2) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, 150, $28,075. 9. (7) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 150, $19,600. 10. (9) Mike McUughlin, Pontiac, 150, $31,750. 11. (12) Tim Fedewa, Chevrolet, 150, $31,625. 12. (14) Elton Sawyer, Ford, 150, $25,625. 13. (18) David Green, Chevrolet, 150, $25,400. 14. (1) Bobby Hamitton Jr., Chevrolet, 160, $26,720. 15. (16) Jason Keller, Ford, 150, $29,995. 16. (33) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 149, $22,770. 17. (17) Todd Bodlne, Chevrolet, 149, $22,620. 18. (13) Chad LitUe, ChevroleL 149, $19,495. 19. (31) Scott WImmer, Pontiac, 149, $19,370. 20. (22) Malt Kenseth, Chevrolet, 149, $18,025. 21. (30) LanyFoyt, Chevrolet, 149, $19,120. 22. (21) AsMon Lewis Jr., Chevrolet, 149, $18,995. 23. (6) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 148, $20,125. 24. (15) Christian Elder, Ford, 148148, $18,720. 25. (28) Tim Sauter, Chevrolel, 148, $18,595. 26. (23) Kevin Gmbb, Chevrolel, 148, $19,550. 27. (36) David Donohue, Chevrolet, 147, $18,325. 28. (25) Jay Sauter, Chevrolel, 147, $19,200. 29. (29) Rich Bickle, Chevrolel, 146, $19,075. 30. (11) Randy LaJole, Chevrolet, 146, $21,550. 31. (41) Mike Wallace, ChevroleL 145, $18,825. 32. (19) Marty Houston, Chevrolet, 145, $15,700. 33. (32) Shane Hall, Ford, 145, $8,575. 34. (35) Kelly Denton, Chevrolel, 127, $16,470. 35. (37) Robby Faggart, Ford, 106, crash, $16,260. 36. (38) Jeff Sireeter, Pontiac, 96, brakes, $15,250. 37. (27) Jamie McMunay, Chevrolet, 94, vibration, $18,140. 38. (10) Kenny Wallace, ChevroleL 75, overheating, $18,130. 39. (39) Stanton Barrett, Ford, 13, vibration, $14,995. 40. (42) Sean Woodside, ChevroleL 12, transmission, $14,960. 41. (43) Brendan Gaughan, ChevroleL 6, electrical, $14,925. 42. (40) JeN Fuller, Chevrolet, 5, vibration, $14,890. 43. (34) Mike Chase, Chevrolet, 3, vibration, $14,855. NASCAR lineup NAPA AUTO PARTS 500 1.(18) Bobby Labonte, Pontiac, 182.635 mph. 2. (66) Todd Bodlne, Ford, 182.565. 3. (12) Jeremy Mayfleld, Ford, 181.910. 4. (20) Tony Stewart, Pontiac, 181.887. 5. (88) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 181.768. 6. (28) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 181.759. 7. (1) Steve Pari(, Chevrolet, 181.667. 8. (10) Johnny Benson, Pontiac, 181.543. 9. (26) Jimmy Spencer, Ford, 181.237. 10. (6) Merit Martin, Ford, 181.182. 11. (43) John Andretti, Dodge, 181.082. 12. (11) Brett Bodine, Ford, 181.023. 13. (29) Kevin Hanrick, Chevrolet, 181.000. 14. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 180.877. 15. (93) Dave Blaney, Dodge, 180.823. 16. (19) Casey Atwood, Dodge, 180.764. 17. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolel, 180.741. 18. (22) Ward Burton, Dodge, 180.696. 19. (2) Rusty Wallace, Foni, 180.632. 20. (25) Jerry Nadeau, Chevrolet, 180.501. 21.(99) Jefl Burton, Ford, 180.252. 22. (9) Bill Elliott, Dodge, 180.234. 23. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 180.045. 24. (32) Ricky Cfaven, Ford, 179.856. 25. (01) Jason Leffter, Dodge, 179.762. 26. (27) Kenny Wallace, Pontiac, 179.717. 27. (31) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 179.699. 28. (30) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 179.677. 29. (15) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet, 179.645. 30. (90) Hut SIrteklin, Ford, 179.596. 31. (40) Steriing Mariiri, Dodge, 179.372. 32. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, 179.359. 33. (96) Andy Houston, Ford, 179.341. 34. (33) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 179.109. 35. (14) Ron Homaday Jr, Pontiac, 178.846. 36. (!) Mike Wallace, Ford, 178.598. 37. (55) Bobby Hamilton, ChevroleL Provisional. 38. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, Provisional. 39. (21) Elliott Sadler, Ford, Provisional. 40. (6) Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, Provisional. 41. (36) Ken Schrader, Ponliac, Provisional. 42. (77) Robert Pressley, Ford, Provisional. 43. (92) Stacy Compton, Dodge, Provisional. Juco linescores BROWN MACKIE 1, ALLEN COUNTY 0 Allen County 000 000 0 — 0 2 3 Brown Mackie 000 100 x — 1 6 2 Miller and DeVilviss; Madsen and Warther. WP — Madsen. LP —Miller. JOHNSON COUNTY 7 BROWN MACKIE 3 Brown Mackie 000 012 0 — 3 7 4 Johnson County 110 600 x — 7 13 1 Moreno and Singleterry; Campbell and Blubaugh. WP — Campbell. LP — Moreno. 2B — BM: Burchlield; JC: Charvat 2, Knopp. HR — BM: Warther, Burchlield. BROWN MACKIE 4, HIGHLAND 3 Highland 200 000 1 — 3 5 4 Brown Mackte 301 000 x — 4 7 1 Simmons and McQueen; Madsen and Warther. WP — Madsen. LP — Simmons. 2B — BM: Madsen. HR — H: Kolenda. High school EMPORIA 5, SAUNA CENTRAL 2 Emporia 030 110 0 — 5 9 0 Saline Central 200 000 0 — 2 5 5 Scott and Marquardt; Brown and LoVullo. WP — Scott. LP — Brown. 3B — E: Commons. DODGE CITY 3, SALINA CENTRAL 2 Sallna Central 200 000 0 — 2 7 6 Dodge City 000 012 x — 3 5 3 Finan and LoVullo; Elder and Cori<. WP — Elder. LP — Rnan. 2B — SC; Brown; DC: Metzger. SALINA CENTRAL 3, LIBERAL 1 Liberal 000 100 0 — 1 5 2 Sallna Central 020 100 x — 3 8 0 Loflis and Burdetta; Finan, Brown (5) ana LoVullo. WP — Finan. LP — Lottis. S — Brown. 2B — L: Amos, Darroch. Tennis High school boys SALINA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL At Oakdale Park Team scores McPherson 85, Sallna Central and Topeka High 82, Andover 80, Manhattan 74, Abilene 73, Shawnee Heights 63, Sallna South and Buhler 47, Dodge Cily 46, Topeka WesI 29, Hays 28, Sallna Cenlral B 26, Junction City and Liberal 22, Great Bend 16, Sacred Heart 6. Singles Championship — G. Gelina, Andover, del. Taylor, SC, 6-3,6-3. Third place — Bair, Buhler, del. Roseander, Manhattan, 8-2. Filth place — Havens, McPherson, del. M. Gelina, Andover, 46, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5). Seventh place — Kinder, Shawnee His., del. Cooper, Abilene, 8-1. Ninth place — McKay, Topeka, del. Alkhalib, Manhattan, 6-4, 6-4.11th place — Martin, Sallna Central, del. Manslield, Abilene, 8-4.13th place — Wilson, Saline South, del. Schroeder, Buhler, 7-5, 6-0. ISIh place — Johnston, Topeka WesL del. Hoover, Junction City, 8-7 (8-6). Doubles Championship — Kroes-Koeckenbler, Dodge Cily, del. Wiseman-Dunnivan, Topeka, 6-3, 6-4. Third place — Bems-Kenney, Abilene, del. Wheeler-Greer, McPherson, 8-6. Rtth place — Sanlield-Holdran-Topaka, deL Bielau-Hughes. Manhattan, 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-3). Seventh place — Claussen-Rolhrock, McPherson, del. Groves- Goro, Shanwee His., 8-7 (7-2). Ninth place — Biggs-Noyes, Andover, del. Martin-Graham, Sall­ na Cenlral, 7-6 (7-5), 6-0. 11th place — LaPierre-Zimmer, Sallna Central, del. Austin- Amistead, Shawnee His, delault. 13th place — Robl-Lantz, Sallna South, del. Mull-AngsL Sallna Cenlral B, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1. 15th place — Rolh- Dupy, Sallna South, del. Watson-Schneider, Topeka West, 8-3. Golf PGA scores GREATER GREENSBORO CHRYSLER CLASSIC Scott Hoch 68-68^7—203 Jerry Kelly 67-70^7—204 David Berganio 70-6^68-204 Mike Sposa 68-66-70—204 Kaname Yokoo 71-69-65—205 Scott Simpson 66-69-70—205 Kevin Sulhertand 69-72-65-206 Gabriel Hjertstedt 70-69-67—206 Brett Quigley 68-71-67-206 Rich Beem 71-85-70-206 JeH Maggert 69^7-70-206 PhilTalaurangi 69-72-66-207 Jim Furyk 69-72-66-207 Aaron Baddeley 67-74-66—207 Tripp Isenhour 74-65-68-207 Olin Browne 71-67-69-207 Brian Watts 7068-69-207 Dudley Hart 67-70-70-207 Briny Baird 75-67-66-208 Edward Fryatt • 74-68-66-208 Cliff Kresge 71-69«—208 Donnie Hammond 71-68-69-208 Trevor Dodds 70-69-69-208 Esteban Toledo K.J.Chol Robert Damron Kenny Perry •joeySindelar Stuart Appleby Hal Sutton Glen Day JelfreyUnkford Frank Nobllo Brent Schwarzrock Garrett Willis Scott McCarran Omar UresU Mathew Goggin Ian Leggatt Andrew Magee Scott Dunlap Matt Kuchar David Moriand IV Fred Funk Lee Porter Cralg Kanada Stephen Ames Jonathan Kaye Martt Calcavecchia Jimmy Green Scott Verplank Robin Freeman Kelly Gmnewald Pete Jordan David Peoples Neal Lancaster Stephen Allan Greg Kraft Russ Cochran Steve Strieker Joel Edwards Jim Carter Spike McRoy 70^9-69-208 72-66-70-208 67-71-70-208 69-69-70-208 6fr70-70—208 71-70-68-209 70-71-68—209 70-71-68-209 67-73-69-209 69-71-69-209 71-68-70-209 70-68-71-209 69-68-72-209 71-85-73—209 70-72-68-210 68-74-68—210 71-70-69—210 68-7369-210 72-68-70-210 70-70-70—210 70-70-70—210 71-69-70-210 71-67-72—210 68-70-72-210 68-69-73—210 73-69-69-211 72-69-70-211 73-67-71—211 69-69-73-211 69-73-70—212 72-70-70—212 70-72-70—212 69-72-71—212 72-68-72—212 68-72-72—212 69-71-72-212 70-70-72—212 70-69-73-212 71-68-73-212 67-71-74—212 Seniors scores BRUNO'S MEMORIAL Gil Morgan Hale Imin Stewart Ginn Tom Kite Allen Doyle Mike McCullough Sammy Rachels Jim Ahem Dave Stockton Jim Thorpe Jim Colbert Bob Gilder David Graham Hubert Green Jose Maria Canlzares Graham Marsh Mike Hill Joe Inman Bob Murphy Waller Hall CLASSIC 67-63—130 65-65—130 67-65—132 67-66—133 67-66—133 69-66—135 67-68—135 66-69—135 71-65—136 69-67—136 71-66-137 70-67—137 69-68—137 67-70-137 65-72—137 71-67—138 70-68—138 69-69-138 68-70-138 67-71—138 LPGA scores KATHYIRELAND Marisa Baeaa Rosie Jones Mi Hyun Kim Lorie Kane Dottle Pepper Jenny Udback Leslie Spalding Mhairi McKay Catri'ona Matthew Michelle McGann Cindy Schreyer Maria Hjorth Barb Mucha Palrlcia Meunier-Lebouc Jane Cratter Dorothy Delasin Eva Dahllol Michelle Estill Michele Redman Meg Mellon CHAMPIONSHIP 70-67-64—201 66-67-68-201 70-68-64—202 67-68-68-203 71-66-68—205 72-69-67—208 71-70-67—208 67-72-69—208 70-67-71—208 68-69-71—208 73-69-67—209 72-70-67—209 70-70-69—209 72-70-67—209 69-73-68—210 70-69-71—210 72-66-72—210 68-70-72—210 68-70-72—210 72-70-69—211 General Letters of intent BETHANY ATHLETE —CheIsi Emery. PREVIOUS SCHOOL - Smoky Valley HS, LIndsborg. SPORT —Volleyball. POSmON —Middle blocker. HGT —5-11. NOTES — Team captain, All-Mid Central ATHLETE — Ryan Biegert. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Smoky Valley HS, LIndsborg. SPORT —Tennis. HGT-WGT —5-10,160 NOTES — State doubles champion In 2000. ATHLETE — Brian Bengteon. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Smoky Valley HS, Undsborg. SPORT —Football, baseball. POSmON —Kicker, inlielder. NOTES — Honorable mention All-Mid Central League. ATHLETE —Brad Benglson. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Smoky Valley HS, LIndsborg. SPORT —Football, baseball. POSmON — Kick returner, detensive back. HGT-WGT —5-7,160. NOTES — All-Mid Cenlral League in baseball andloolball. ATHLETE —Kendall Peterson. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Smoky Valley HS, Undsborg. SPORT —Football. POSmON —Linebacker. HGT-WGT-6-0,190. NOTES — Two-times All-Mid Central League. ATHLETE — Christopher Mitchell. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Maize HS. SPORT-Goll. NOTES — Two-lime state qualifier, two-time Rellectlon Ridge G.C. champion. MCPHERSON ATHLETE — Kendra Anderson. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Hlllsboro HS. SPORT —Sottball. POSmON-Outtielder. ATHLETE —Lois Davidson. PREVIOUS SCHOOL—Anderson County HS, Gamett. SPORT-Soltball. POSmON —OuHlBlder. ATHLETE —Kim Taylor. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Ell-Saline HS, Brookville. SPORT —Soltball, volleyball. POSmON — Inlielder, pitcher, setter. ATHLETE —Collin Singleton. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Springvlile, Uteh HS. SPORT-Football. POSmON — Oflanslve lineman. HGT-WGT —6-0,270. NOTES — Captain and All-region. ATHLETE —Todd Davis. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Chalmette, U HS. SPORT —Football. POSmON — Offensive lineman. HGT-WGT-5-10,250. NOTES — Three-times All-district, All-New Orleans metropolitan area. ATHLETE —Wilbert Morris. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Lawton, Okla. HS. SPORT —Foolball. POSITION — Defensive lineman. HGT-WGT —6-1,190. NOTCS —All-region. ATHLETE — Robert Jackson-McCall. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Walnut Rldga, Arti. HS. SPORT-FoottJall. POSmON — Offensive, defensive lineman. HGT-WGT-6-2,295. NOTES — All-conletence. ATHLETE — Dennis Joiner. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Socarro, Texas HS. SPORT —FooUall. POSmON — Ouartertiack, detensive back. HGT-WGT-5-11,160. NOTES —All-district. ATHLETE — Durate Harper. PREVIOUS SCHOOL - Hugo, Okla. HS. SPORT-Foolball. POSmON — Defensive back, wide receiver. HGT-WGT —6-1,180. NOTES —All-conference. ATHLETE-Nail Reinhart. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Ruslon. U. HS. SPORT-Footljall. POSITION — Defensive lineman. HQT.WQT-6-«,240. NOTES — Transfer from Ariiansas, All-state In high school. ATHLETE —Alyssla Rumple. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — VaOey Center HS. SPORT-Volleyball. POSmON —Outside hitlet. HOT-5-8. Brack earns CART pole By The Associated Press FORT WORTH, Texas — Kenny Brack, the only CART driver with racing experience at Texas Motor Speedway, earned the pole for the inaugural Firestone Firehawk 600. Brack ran a qualifying lap at 233.447 mph Saturday to take his second CART pole, but insisted afterward that his five Indy Racing League races at the 11/2-mile high-banked track from 1997-99 gave him no edge. He was just a little bit faster than everybody else. "My knowledge of this place didn't give me any advantage," Brack said. "If it's a good car, it's fairly easy to figure out where to run. We'll see tomorrow if I know something more than the others." Of the 25 cars that ran qualifying laps Saturday, 17 of them ran better than 230 mph. Only one car was more than a second slower than Brack. Patrick Carpentier will start on the outside of the front row Sunday after a qualifying run of 233.345. Oriol Servia (232.978), who got just one qualifying lap in before blowing his engine, and Bryan Herta (232.663) will start in the second row. All four have Ford- powered cars. Densham tops qualifying BRISTOL, Tenn. — Funny Car journeyman Gary Densham earned his first No. 1 qualifying effort Saturday in the inaugural Mac Tools NHRA Thunder VaUey Nationals. Densham, a 31-year independent campaigner who recently joined John Force's Funny Car stable, set a Bristol Dragway track record, covering the quarter-mile in 4.870 seconds at 303.71 mph in a Ford Mustang to lead the 16-car field. Kenny Bernstein and Bruce AUen also claimed top qualifying honors in the $1.9 million event. Rahman faces tough bout NEW YORK — Hasim Rahman, the newly crowned heavyweight champion, probably will make his first title defense against Lennox Lewis or Mike Tyson. Cedric Kushner, promoter for the fighter from Baltimore, said Saturday that it's 50-50 on which of the two former champions it will be — he can deal with HBO and Lewis or Show­ time and Tyson. Rahman shocked the world a week ago as a 20-1 underdog with his seventh-round knockout of Lewis is South Africa. HBO has the rights to Lewis, while Tyson boxes for Show­ time, a problem that had delayed a Lewis-Tyson fight. Rahman, 35-2 with 29 knockouts, noted that a rematch clause was in the contract with Lewis. But he noted that can't fight for 60 days anyway because of a cut over his left eye. Armstrong falls short MAASTRICHT Netherlands — Erik Dekker held off Lance Armstrong in a sprint over the final hundred yards Saturday to win the 161-mile Amstel Gold Race cycling classic. Armstrong, the two-time winner of the Tour de France, finished second in his only World Cup race this year. Belgium's Serge Baguet was third. Woods' ID thief sentenced SACRAMENTO, California — A man who used Tiger Woods' identity to steal $17,000 worth of goods was sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison. Anthony Lemar Taylor was convicted of falsely obtaining a driver's license using the name Eldrick T. Woods, Woods' Social Security number and his birth date. Though he looks nothing like golf's best player, the 30-year- old Taylor then used the false identification and credit cards to buy a 70-inch TV, stereos and a used luxury car between August 1998 and August 1999. Prep runs record 800 split PHILADELPHIA —Alan Webb of South Lakes High School in Reston, Va., ran the fastest high school 800-meter split in the history of Penn Relays on Saturday Webb anchored the 3,200-meter relay in 1 minute, 49.1 seconds. The previous record was 1:49.4, set in 1970 by Bob Wheeler of Dulaney High School in Timonium, Md. Webb was handed the baton in first place by about two meters, then extended the lead to more than 50 meters by the end of his first 400. It was a personal best for Webb, who also anchored Friday's record-setting boys' high school distance medley South Lakes broke the Penn Relays record with a time of 9:59.66.

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