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D2 TUESDAY, MAY 1. 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule TUESDAY, MAY 1 BASKETBALL 6 p.m. — Milwaukee at Orlando, WTBS, 25. 8:30 p.m. — Utah at Dallas, WTBS, 25. HOCKEY 6 p.m. — New Jersey at Toronto, ESPN2,39. 6 p.m. — Dallas at SI. Louis, ESPN.SB. SOCCER 1:30 p.m. — UEFA Champions League, ES- PWS, 39. Auto racing NASCAR leaders By The Associated Press Through April 29 Points I, Dale Jarrett, 1,441. 2, Jell Gordon, 1,376.3, Johnny Benson, 1,330. 4, Rusty Wallace, 1,322. 5. Sterling Marlin, 1,291.6, Ricky Rudd, 1,251.7, Bobby Hamilton, 1,230. 8, Steve Park, 1,227. 9, Tony Stewart, 1,207. 10, Dale Earnhardt Jr, 1,161. II, Bill Elliott, 1,136. 12, Jerry Nadeau, 1,099. 13, Kevin Han/ick, 1,092.14, Elliott Sadler, 1,069. 15, Bobby Labonte, 1,068. 16, Matt Kenseth, 1,066, 17, J/mmy Spencer, 1,051. 18, Terry Labonte, 1.039. 19, Ward Burton, 998. 20, Jeremy Maylield. 991. Money I, Jell Gordon, S2,560,356. 2, Dale Earnhardt Jr.. 51,621,957. 3, Michael Wallrip, $1,799,693. 4, Dale Jarrett, $1,782,496. 5, Rusty Wallace,, $1,658,351. 6, Ricky Rudd, $1,318,426. 7, Steve Park, $1,165,332.8, Bobby Labonte, $1,132,591. 9, Bill Elliott, $1,096,976. 10, Mark Martin, SI,086,411. II, Tony Stewart, $1,059,728.18, Jeremy May- lieta, $1,040,790. 13, Jeff Burton, $985,763.14, Sterling Marlin, $956,208. 15, Terry Labonte, $949,876.16, Kevin Han/ick, $943,823.17, John Andrelti, $919,124. 18, Mike Skinner, $914,951. 19, Ward Burton, $908,539. 20, Joe Nemechek, $872,178. Salina Speedway POINT STANDINGS (Through April 28) IMCA Modified 1. Echevarria. 80; 2, Knoeli, 76; 3. Cleveland, 73; 4. Breeden, 71; 5. Clements, 67; 6. Scolt 65; 7. (tie) Rouse 57; Loveless 57; 9. Zlegler 56; 10. (tie) Abell 52; Franklin 52. IMCA Hobby Stock 1. Rogers 80; 2. Ohide 77; 3. Dauer 76; 4. Soden 71; 5. Granzella 67; 6. Hein 66; 7. Cossel 64; 8. Berry 63; 9. Normandin 61; 10. Wachsnicht 59; Wilson 59. Super Stock 1. Morrison 77; 2, Hoppes 76; 3. Dunn 75; 4. Gruber 71; 5. Fiedler, 70; 6. Lagroon 68; 7. (tie) SIreit 65; Watts 65; 9. (tie) Milholland 59; Arnold 59. Mini-Stock 1. F.Hedberg 78; 2. Jerry Hedberg 75; 3. (tie) Jeremy Hedberg 721 Brunsell 72; 5. (tie) Garrione 71; Landauer 71; 7. Oehlert, 66; 8. Knudsen, 63; 9. Burt, 60; 10. Wright. 56. Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE By The Associated Press All Times CDT East Division W L Pet GB Boston 16 9 .640 — Toronto 16 9 .640 — New York 14 12 ,538 2'A Baltimore 12 14 .462 4% Tampa Bay 8 18 .308 B'A Central Division W L Pot GB Minnesota 18 6 .750 — Cleveland 14 .9 .609 S'/i Kansas City 10 15 .400 8% Chicago 8 15 .348 9% Detroit 8 15 .348 B'A West Division W L Pet GB Seattle 20 5 .800 — Texas 11 14 .440 9 Anaheim 10 15 .400 10 Oakland 8 17 .320 12 Sunday's Games Toronto 2, Anaheim 0 Cleveland 9, Texas 2 Kansas City 11, Boston 8,11 innings Detroit 6, Tampa Bay 1 N.Y. Yankees 3, Oakland 1 Minnesota 4, Baltimore 0 Chicago White Sox 2, Seattle 1,14 innings Monday's Games Kansas City 6, Toronto 3 Baltimore 5, Tampa Bay 3 Minnesota 2, N.Y. Yankees 1 Tuesday's Games Tampa Bay (Rekar 0-3) at Baltimore (Johnson 1-2), 6 :05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Mussina 1-3) at Minnesota (Milton 3-1). 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Sparks 1-2) at Texas (Rogers 1-2), 7;05 pm. Cleveland (Finley I -2) at Kansas City (Suzuki 21), 7:05 p.m. Boslon (Martinez 2-0) at Seattle (Halama 2-1), 9 :05 p.m. Toronto (Carpenter 2-1) at Oakland (LIdle 0-1), 9 :05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (D.Wells 2-2) at Anaheim (Rapp 0-3), 9:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pel GB Philadelphia 14 10 .583 — Allanla 12 14 .462 3 Montreal 11 14 .440 3Vi Florida 10 14 .417 4 New York 10 15 .400 AVi Central Division W L Pet GB Chicago 16 9 .625 — Cincinnati 14 10 .583 1 Milwaukee 13 11 .542 2 Houston (2 12 .500 3 SI. Louis 12 12 .500 3 Pillsburgh 9 14 ,391 5% West Division W L Pet GB Los Angeles 15 10 .600 — Colorado 13 11 .542 1'A Arizona 13 12 .520 2 San Francisco 12 12 .500 2'A San Diego 10 15 .400 6 Sunday's Games Milwaukee 10, Montreal 0 St, Louis 12. N.Y. Mels 1 Florida 11, Houston 5 Colorado 14, Cincinnati 7 Chicago Cubs 11, San Francisco 2 Los Angeles 4, Philadelphia 1 San Diego 6, Pittsburgh 1 Arizona 7, Atlanta 5 Monday's Games N.Y. Mets 8, Houston 2 Tuesday's Games Arizona (Schilling 3-0) at ii «onlreal (Reames 21), 6:05 p.m. • St. Louis (Benes 1-1) at Florida (Gnlli 2-2), 6:05 p.m. Colorado (Neagle 2-0) al Philadelphia (Daal 20), 6:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Gagne 1-1) at Cincinnati (Fernandez 4-1), 6 :05 pm. San Francisco (Rueter 2-2) at Pittsburgh (Martinez 0 -1). 6 :05 p.m. Houston (Dolel 1-2) at N.Y. Mels (Gonzalez 00), 6 :10 p.m. Milwaukee (Haynes 2-2) at Atlanta (Millwood 12). 6 :35 p.m. San Diego (Tollberg 1 -2) at Chicago Cubs (Bere 3-0). 7:05 p.m, American League ROYALS 6, BLUE JAYS 3 KANSAS CITY TOBONTO abrhbi abrhbl CBeltm of 5 2 10 JoCnrz of 5 0 10 RSnchz ss 4 12 1 ASGzIz ss 3 0 0 0 Quinn dh 5 0 12 Stewart II 5 0 10 Dye r1 5 110 CDIgdo lb 3 110 MJSwylb 4 2 3 2 Mndesi rt 4 12 1 McCrtylb 0 0 0 0 Fllmerdh 4 0 2 0 DBrwn It 3 0 10 TBtsla 3b 4 112 Randa 3b 3 0 0 0 Richer c 3 0 0 0 HOrtiz c 4 0 0 1 Lopez ph 10 0 0 Ordaz 2b 4 0 2 0 Frye 2b 3 0 10 Smmns ph 10 0 0 ToUls 37 611 6 Totals 36 3 9 3 Kansas City 020 Oil 20O -6 Toronto 000 200 DID—3 LOB—Kansas City 8, Toronto 9. 2B— Dye (6), MJSweeney (10), Mondesi 2 (6). 3B—CBeltran (1), Quinn (1). HR—MJSweeney (6), TBalista (7). CS—DBrown (3). IP H BER BB SO Kansas City SuppanW,2-3 7 1-3 8 3 3 2 6 Cogan 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Hernandez S,6 1 1 0 0 0 0 Toronto JHamiltonL1-1 61 -3 10 6 6 2 5 Frascetore 2 -3 0 0 0 2 1 Pleaao 1 1 0 0 0 0 Coco '1 0 0 0 0 1 HBP-by RMHernandez (ASGonzalez), WP- JHamlllOn, Umpires-Home, HIrschbeck, M,; First, Barksdale; Second, Bell; Third, Fiohlor, T—3,05, A— 13,767 (50,516), ORIOLES 5, DEVIL RAYS 3 TAMPA BAY BALTIMORE abrhbi abrhbl GWims ci 4 0 0 0 BKAsn rt 4 12 2 RJhnsn2b 4 0 0 0 Bordickss 30 10 Grieve II 4 2 2 0 DShldsll 3 0 0 1 GVghndh 2 10 0 Hchard lb 3 0 10 McGrffIb 4 0 2 1 KnkadeSb 4 0 10 Caslilla 3b 3 0 0 0 Gbbons dh 3 10 0 JGuilinrf 3 0 12 Moraci 4 112 Rherty c 3 0 0 0 Frdyce c 3 10 0 FMrtnzss 2 0 0 0 Halrstn2b 3 12 0 Rolls 2b 10 0 0 SCox ph 10 0 0 Totals 31 3 5 3 Totals 30 5 8 5 Tampa Bay 000 201 000-3 Baltimore 130 100 OOx-S E—FMartinez (9). DP-Tampa Bay 1. LOB— Tampa Bay 6, Baltimore 6, 2B—Grieve (4), Mc- Gri.-f (5). HH—BKAnderson (2), Mora (1). SB— BKAnderson (3). SF^Gulllen, DeShields, IP H RER BB SO Tampa Bay PaWilsonL,1-3 61-3 6 5 4 4 4 Creek 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Yan 1 10 0 0 1 Baltimore WRobertsW,4-0 6 4 3 3 3 5 Paronto 2 1 0 0 0 2 Kohlmei6rS,5 1 0 0 0 0 0 HBP-by WRoberts(Castilla), Umpires—Home, Wegner; First, Diaz; Second, Reed; Third, Ciari(. T—2:32. A—28,510(48,190), TWINS 2, YANKEES 1 NEW YORK MINNESOTA abrhbi abrhbi Knblch li 3 0 0 0 CGzmn ss 4 0 0 0 Jeter ss 4 0 0 0 flivas2b 4 0 0 0 O'Nelllrf 4 0 0 0 Uwlonrt 3 0 0 0 BeWmscf 4 0 10 KoskieSb 3 0 0 0 TMrtnzlb 4 13 1 DOrtizdh 3 110 •McDdpr 0 0 0 0 THunIrd 3 0 0 0 Posadac 3 0 0 0 Mnlkwib 3 12 2 Justicedh 3 0 10 Princec 2 0 0 0 Soriano2b 3 0 0 0 JJonesif 3 0 0 0 Brosius 3b 3 0 1 0 Totals 31 1 6 1 Totals 28 2 3 2 New York 000 100 000 -1 MInnssota 010 000 IOx-2 E—Brosius (7). DP—Minnesota 2. LOB-^New Yorti 5, Minnesota 3. 2B—DOrtiz (!). HR- TMartinez (5), MienlWewicz (6). SB-Knoblauch (11). IP H RER BB SO New York Pettitte L,3-3 8 3 2 2 1 8 Minnesota RadkeW,S-0 9 6 1 1 1 4 HBP—by Radke (Posada). Balk—Pettitte. Umpires—Home, Gucdone;, First, Hernandez; Second, Wendelstadt, Hu; Third, Morrison. J— 2:22. A—24,629 (48 ,678). National League METS 8, ASTROS 2 HOUSTON NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Bigglo2b 5 0 2 0 Agbynilf 3 10 0 Asmusc 4 0 0 0 TlPeroztf 4 2,2 1 Bgwell lb 4 110 Allonzo 2b 5 12 1 Brkmnii 2 111 Piazzac 4 2 3 3 Alourt 4 0 3 1 Vntura3b 3 0 0 0 Truby 3b 4 0 0 0 Wndell p 0 0 0 0 JVzcnoss 3 0 10 Zeilelb 4 0 12 Bttnlid p 0 0 0 0 Payton d 5 2 3 1 DWardph 1 0 0 0 ROrdnzss 4 0 0 0 JWPwIlp 0 0 0 0 Trdiselp 10 0 0 Barkerd 3 0 0 0 LHarrsph 10 0 0 Mercedph 1 0 0 0 RAWlep 10 00 Eiarton p 2 0 0 0 McEwg 3b 0 0 0 0 Lugo ss 2 0 0 0 Totals 35 2 8 2 Totals 35 811 8 Houston 010 000 010-2 New York 001 005 11x-8 E—BIggio (2), Eiarton (1). LOB—Houston 8, New Yori< 11. 2B-Bigglo (5), Bagwell (6), Alou (6), Payton (3). HR-Berkman (6), Piazza (8), Payton (1). SB—JVizcaIno (1). S—Trachsel. IP H REH BB SO Houston Eiarton U3-3 5 2-3 8 5 5 4 2 Rottenfield 1 1-3 2 2 2 1 2 JWPowell 1 1112 1 New York Trachsel W,1-4 6 6 1 1 1 7 RAWhite 2 2 1110 Wendell 1 0 0 0 0 1 Umpires—Home, Danley; First, Gibson; Second, DeMuth; Third, Relitord. T—3:22. A—19,083 (55,777). Home runs Career Leaders By The Associated Press Through April 29 (x-actlve) Player No. 1. Hank Aaron 765 2. Babe Ruth 714 3. Willie Mays 660 4. Frank Robinson 586 5. Hamion Killebrew 573 6. Reggie Jackson 563 7. x-Mark McGwire 655 8. Mike Schmidt 548 9. Mickey Mantle 536 10. Jimmie Foxx 534 11. Willie McCovey 521 tie. Ted Williams ,-621 13. Ernie Banks 612 lie. Eddie Mathews 512 15. Mel on 511 16. x-Barry Bonds 505 17. Eddie Murray 504 18. Lou Gehrig 493 19. Stan Musiai 475 tie. Willie Stargell 475 21. Dave Winfield 465 22. Carl Yastrzemski 452 23. Jose Canseco 446 24. Dave Kingman 442 25. x-Ken Grilley Jr. 438 tie. Andre Dawson 438 27. Billy Williams 426 28. x-Fred McGriif 420 29. x-Cal Ripken Jr. 419 30. Darrell Evans 414 31. Duke Snider 407 32. x-Rafael Palmeiro 405 College rankings Collegiate Baseball Top 25 TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Collegiate Baseball poll with records through April 29 and point totals (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports iniomiation directors): Record Pts Pv 1. Notre Dame 40-6-1 473 1 2. Louisiana State 35-13-1 469 3 3. Cat. State Fullerton 33-11 465 5 4. Southern Cal 32-16 463 6 6. Miami, Ra. 35-11 462 7 6. Stanford 34-12 460 2 7. Nebraska 35-12 457 4 8. SteUon 40-6 454 8 9. Mississippi 34-14-1 450 10 10. Rorida Stale 35-14 446 9 11. East Carolina 41-10 443 14 12. Tulane 39-8 439 17 13. Rice . 38-15 435 11 14 Clemson 31-17 431 12 15. Georgia Tech 33-14 428 15 16. Arizona State 30-15-1 425 19 17. Pepperdine 32-14 424 16 18. Georgia 31-15 421 — 19. Tennessee 34-13 420 13 20. South Carolina 34-14 418 24 21. Baylor 33-17 416 20 22. Central Florida 39-11' 413 25 23. Mississippi Stale 28-18 409 18 24. South Alabama 36-12 406 — 25. Ohio Stale 34-11 405 — Baseball America Top 25 TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The lop 25 teams in the Baseball America poll with records through April 29 and previous ranking (voting by ti-.e staff of Baseball America): Record Pvs 1. Notre Dame 40^ 2 2. Louisiana State 35-13 5 3. Miami 35-11 4 4. Nebraska 35-12 1 5. Southern Califomia 32-16 6 6. Cal Stale Fullerton 33-11 6 7. Stanford 34-12 3 8. Tulane 39-8 9 9. Rice 38-15 7 10. East Carolina 41-10 17 11. Georgia Tech 33-14 13 12. Central Florida 39-11 16 13. Stetson 40-6 19 14. Pepperdine 32-14 10 15. Mississippi 34-14 15 16 Ftorida Stale 35-14 11 17. Clemson 31-17 12 18. Baytor 33 -17 16 19. Georgia 31-15 25 20. Arizona State 30-15 20 21. South Alabama 36-12 23 22. Tennessee 34-13 14 How to E-mail us: HaroW Bechard sjhbeoiTard@sal)oornal.o6m Erik Bonar sjebonar@salJournal.com Bob DavWson '. sjbdavidson@saliournal.com Arne Green s)argreen@saljournal.com Larry Moritz silmoritz@saliournal.com Christian D Orr sjcorr@saljournal.com Troy Palensl<e sitpalensl<e @ saljournal.com Today's schedule TUESDAY, MAY 1 BASEBALL Cleveland Indians al Kansas City Royals, 7 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Sterling. 1 p.m. Topeka West at Salina South (Evans Stadium), 4 p.m. WIchila Trinity at Sacred Heart (Malson Field), 4 p.m. Abilene at Southeast of Saline, 3 p.m. GOLF Sacred Heart, SE-Saline at Marion Invilallonal, 3 p.m. SOCCER Salina Central al Great Bend, 4 p.m. Junction City at Salina South, 4 p.m. . SOFTBALL Topeka West at Salina South, 4 p.m. Salina Central al McPherson, 5 p.m. Southeast of Saline at Clay Comer, 4 p.m. Ell-Sallne ar Belleville, 4:30 p.m. SWIMMING AND DIVING Five school meet at Salina South pool, 3:30 p.m. TRACK AND FIELD Ell-Saline at Tescott invitational, 3 p,m. 23. Wake Forest 24. Soulh Carolina 25. UC Santa Bartiara 34-15 21 34-14 — 32-11 — Collegiate Baseball Division II Top 25 TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)—The top 25 teams in the Collegiate Baseball NCAA Division II poll wiih records through April 29 and point totals (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports information directors): Record Pts Pvs 1. Tampa 42- 7 478 1 2. North Rorida 41-11 466 2 3. Delta State 43- 7 448 3 4. St. Mary's, Texas 41- 8 432 4 5. Central Missouri St 40- 8 416 5 6. Kennssaw Stale 39-13 400 7 7. Abilene Christian 43-15 370 12 6. Ga. College & State 39-14 364 9 9. Sonoma State 38-14 356 10 10. Indianapolis 40-12 350 11 11. Rorida Southern 33-12 308 5 11. Cal State Chico 33-12 308 14 13. Vaklosta State 35-20 286 7 14. Southern Colorado 41-10 280 16 16. Central Oklahoma 39-12 260 13 16. Armstrong Allanlic St. 38-15 238 15 17. Fort Hays State 36-14 220 20 18. West Georgia 35-15 212 17 19. Lander 33-18 184 23 20. Southern Artansas 37-14 182 19 21. Lenoir-Rhyne 32-16 162 24 22. Alabama-Huntsville 34-14 160 — 23. Saint Loo 33-22 120 22 24. Kutztown 30-12 100 — 24. Columbus Stale 37-19 100 24 Texas League ROUND ROCK 2, WICHITA 0 Wichita 000 000 000 - 0 3 0 Round Rock 000 000 20x - 2 5 0 Baeriocher, Calero (8) and Brilo; Redding, Robertson (9), Wade (9) and Maldonado. WP-Redding (5-1). LP-Baeriocher (1-2). S-Wade (4). 2B-RR: Lane. Junior college BROWN MACKIE 13, HESSTON 10 Hesston 016 300 0 — 10 11 0 Brown Maekle 046 030 x — 13 17 1 WP—S. White. LP—Martin. 2B-H: Van Campen; BM: Garza, Delaney 2, Rehkopf, 3B— H: Van Campen, Kooker. HR-H: Funk 2, N. Miller; BM: Garza. High school SOUTHEAST OF SALINE 10 SACRED HEART 6 SE-Sallne 007 003 0 - 10 12 3 Sacred Heart 300 030 0 - 6 13 1 Pelty and Dupes; Ryan, Bechard (6) and Jaquay. WP-Pelty. LP-Ryan. 2S-SES: Kolzow 2, Ptacek, Dupes, Schwarz, Leister; SH: Walters, Neihouse. HR-SES: J.Hartman; SH: Phetteplace. BELOIT 8, ELL-SALINE 2 Ell-Saline 002 000 0 — 2 6 4 Belolt 204 011 X — 8 9 0 WP—Miller. LP—Taylor. 2B—ES: Bertrand, Hindman; B: Cox, Miller, Fouts. HR—B: Cox. ELL-SALINE S, BELOIT 3 Ell-Saline 001 103 0 — 5 10 0 Belolt 000 000 3 — 3 5 4 WP—Hindman. LP—Cox. 2B—B; Johnson. HH—ES: Hindman. Junior varsity MANHATTAN 9, SE-SALINE 6 SE-Saline 120 002 1 — 6 11 0 Manhattan 133 200 x — 9 11 0 WP — Hamion. LP — Yost. 2B — SE: Yost, Hartman, Show, Brack, Garretson; M: Lee Mathews. HR — SE; Show; M: Hann, Johnson. MANHATTAN IS, SE-SALINE 3 SE-Sallne 200 01 — 3 4 5 Manhattan 960 Ox — 15 6 0 WP — B.Miller. LP — Augustine. 2B — M; Mathews, Muller, Haver. HR — SE: Brack, Show; M: Muller. Basketball NBA playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CDT Rrst Round (Best-of-5) Friday, April 27 Charlotte 94, Miami 79, Charlotte wins series 3- Saturday, April 28 Philadelphia 92, Indiana 87, Philadelphia leads series 2-1 Dallas 94, Utah 91, Utah leads series 2-1 Minnesota 93, San Anionio 84 Oriando 121, Milwaukee 116, OT, Milwaukee leads series 2-1 Sunday, April 29 New Yort( 97, Toronto 89, New York leads series 2-1 Sacramento 104, Phoenix 96, Sacramento leads series 2-1 L.A. Lakers 99, Portland 86, LA. Lakers wins series 3-0 Monday, April 3D San Antonio 97, Minnesota 84, San Antonio wins series 3-1 Tuesday, May 1 Milwaukee at Orlando, 6 p.m. Utah at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 2 New Yorii al Toronto, 7 p.m. Philadelphia al Indiana, 8 p.m. Sacramento at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores SPURS 97, TIMBERWOLVES 84 SAN ANTONIO (97) Ferry 6-14 0-016, Duncan 8-23 B-12 24, Robinson 6-10 9-10 21, Anderson 0-4 4-5 4, Porter 1-6 2-2 4, Rose 3-61-1 7, Elliott 0-1 0-0 0, Daniels 690-016, Johnson 1-5 0-2 2, Walker 1-11-2 3. Totals 32-79 25-34 97, MINNESOTA (84) Szczorbiak 6-12 8-9 20, Garnetl 6-13 7-8 19, Nesterovic 3-5 0-0 6, Peeler 3-12 0 -0 8, Brandon 8-17 0-0 17, Mitchell 0-2 0-0 0, Slater 3-6 0-0 6, Ellis 2-8 2-2 6, Billups 0-2 0-0 0, Lopez 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 32-81 17-19 84. San Antonio 19 25 27 26 -97 Minnesota 19 24 20 21-84 3-Poirt Goals—San Antonio 8-14 (Daniels 4-5, Ferry 4-9). Minnesota 3-13 (Peeler 2-7, Brandon 1-1, Ellis 0-1, Garnett 0-2, Lopez 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—San Anionio 56 (Duncan 16), Minnesota 51 (Garnett 15). Assists— San Antonio 26 (Anderson 6), Minnesota 20 (Brandon 6). Total louls—€an Anionio 19, Minnesota 27. Technicals—Garnett. A—16,336 (19,006). USBL standings By The Associated Press Northern Division W L Pet GB Brooklyn 1 0 1 .000 — Long Island 1 1 .500 'A Maryland 1 1 .500 'A Pennsylvania 1 2 .333 1 Atlantic City 0 3 .000 2 Southern Division W L Pet GB Ftorida 3 0 1.000 — Kansas 1 0 l.ODO 1 Oklahoma 2 1 .667 1 Lakeland 1 2 .333 Dodge City 0 1 .000 Sunday's Games Rorida 86, Lakeland 82 Pennsylvania 109, Long island 105 Kansas 93, Dodge City 90 Monday's Game Oklahoma 88, Atlantic City 81 General Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS—Activated RHP Steve Woodard Irom Uie 15-day disabled list and optioned him to Buffalo ol the International League, NEW YORK YANKEES—Activated OF Shane Spencer (rom the 15-day disabled list and optioned him to Columbus of the International League. National League COLORADO ROCKIES—Activated RHP Bobby Chouinard Irom the 15-day disabled lisL Optioned RHP Joe Davenport lo Colorado Springs ol the PCL NEW YORK METS-Reealled RHP Dieky Gonzalez from Norfolk of (he International League. Optioned HHP Jerrod Riggan to Nortolk. , SAN DIEGO PADRES—Sent SS Chris Gomez outright to Portland ol the PCL BASKETBALL National Baaketball Association NBA—Suspended Orlando Magic G Dee Brown lor one game without pay and lined him $5,000 for leaving the bench in Saturda/s playoff game against the Milwaukee Bucks. DENVER NUGGETS—Announced the resignation of Denny McGowan, vice president of basketball operations. Women's NBA HOUSTON COMETSr-Announced the retirement of C Monica Lamb. PORTUND RRE—Signed F Danielle Scott, G Angela Alterbury and G Hashawnda Richardson. United States Basketball League FLORIDA SEA DRAGONS—Signed G Dale Miller. FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARS—Announced the resignation of Mark Hatley, vice president ol player personnel. CINCINNATI BENGALS—Agreed to terms with OT Richmond Webb on a three-year contract. DENVER BRONCOS—Waived DE Willie Cohens. NEW ENpLAND PATRIOTS-Re-signad DE Greg Spires. Waived QB Michael Van Raaphorst. NEW YORK JETS—Signed LB Joe Todd. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Re-signed WR Reggie Jones. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS—Signed T John Greer and TE Russell Stewart. COLLEGE BROWN—Named Heena Shah assistant alh- lelic diredor tor compliance; Matt Tsimikas assistant athletic director lor physical education/intra- murals; and John Barrett travel coordinator. CALIFORNIA-Named Stephen Gladstone athletic director. CINCINNATI—Named Hylton Dayes men's soccer coach. COLORADO—Named Jason Shellon men's assistant basketball coach. COLORADO COLLEGE—Announced the resignation of Julie Soriero, women's basketball coach, so she can become sentor associate athletic director. INDIANA—Announced F Kirti Haston will forgo his senior season to enter the NBA draft. MEMPHIS—Named Jodi Fisher women's assistant soccer coach. NEBRASKA WESLEYAN—Announced the resignation of Rich Russo, baseball coach. OREGON—Announced the resignation of Jody Runge, women's basketball coach. Golf PGA Tour money By The Associated Press Through Greater Greensboro Classic Tm Money 1. Tiger Woods 8 $3,263,867 2. Vijay Singh 11 $2,121,595 3. Joe Durani 12 $2,111,722 4. Phil Mickelson 10 $1,692,502 5. Davis Love ill 10 $1 ,577 ,133 6. Mark Calcavecchia '10 $1,542,799 7. Brad Faxon 11 $1,371,250 6. Stave Strieker 9 $1,325,645 9. Hal Sutton 12 $1 ,307 ,360 10. Mike Weir 9 $1,255,540 11. Jim Furyk 9 $1,232,850 12. Billy Maytair 11 $1,030,888 13. Ernie Els 9 $1,007,575 14. Tom Lehman ,' 11 $1,007,623 15. Scott Hoch 9 $1,004 ,970 16. Scott McCarron 10 $953,239 17. Bernhard Unger 10 $936,311 18. Jasper Parnevik 12 $884 ,106 19. Robert Adenby t2 $864,074 20. Jerry Kelly 12 $628 ,955 21. Jeff Sluman 11 $799,164 22. Roceo Mediate 9 $779,997 23. David Duval 7 $763 ,497 24. Kevin Sulheriand 12 $755,048 25. Frank Llckliter 11 11 $750,571 26. Scott Verplank 10 $739,863 27. Dennis Paulson 12 • $707,707 28. David Toms 12 $681,480 29. Chris DIMatco 12 $657854 30. Garrett Willis 14 $653,562 31. Jose Coceres 4 $630,000 32. Bob Tway 9 $621,007 33. Lee Janzen 11 $616,638 34. Stewart Cink 13 $593,439 35. Steve Lowety . 11 $580,986 36. Chris Smith 11 $528,405 37. Billy Andrade 11 $519,824 38. Paul Azinger 9 $496 ,990 39. Fred Funk 13 $475,431 40. Geoff Oglivy 8 $469,821 41. Paul Stankowski 12 $464 ,227 42. Chris Perry 13 $45l !328 43. Steve Resch 13 $449 ,133 44. Jell Maggert 11 $429,840 45. Nick Price 6 $426,726 46. Rory Sahbalinr 9 $407,358 47. Olin Browne 11 $406 978 48. K.J. Choi 12 $405,274 49. Kirt( Triplett 10 $404,741 50. Justin Leonard 12 $394^166 51. Harrison Frazar 12 $382'274 52. Greg Chalmers 12 $38o !333 53. Shigeki Maniyama 10 $371,281 54. Scott Simpson 10 $360 ;B30 55. Jose Maria Olazabai 9 $356,885 56. Grant Waite 10 $354 ,242 57. John Huston 10 $352^402 58. David Berganio, Jr. 11 $332 ,279 59. Craig Bartow 10 $33o!309 60. Scott Dunlap 11 $329747 61. Stuart Appleby 12 $327854 62. Brett Quigley 3 $308!oOO 63. Franklin Ungham 10 $301610 64. Skip Kendall 14 $3oo 'll6 65. Glen Day 11 529557, 66. Greg Kraft 12 %iB97S\ 67. Mike Sposa 9 $285242 68. Brandt Jobe 10 $271586 69. Brian Gay ,2 $265032 70. Kaname Yokoo 11 $264 766 71. Dudley Hart 12 $26330, 72. Kenny Perry 12 $262,395 ,73. Frank Noblto 10 $258,856 74. Sergto Garcia 7 $258,707 75. Brandel Chamblee 10 $265,555. 76. John Daly 12 $254,260 77. Loren Roberta 9 $252,090 78. Tim Herron 11 $248,848 79. Craig Perils 10 ' $246,198 80. Briny Baird 11 $246,133 81. Esteban Toledo 14 $241,375 82. John Cook 10 $241,165 63. Jonathan Kaye Joe Ozaki 13 $240,583 84. Jonathan Kaye Joe Ozaki 10 $237,992 85. Joel Edwards 12 $236,998 86. Len Mattlace 11 $233,891 87. Brent Geiberger 10 $233,091 88. Miguel Angel Jimenez 9 $231,803 89. Bob Estes 10 $229,992 90. Brad Elder 13 $226,603 91. Jay Don Blake 12 $222,419 92. Stephen Ames 12 $221,770 93. Cart Paulson 10 $218,323 94. Jbey Slndelar 9 $212,734 95. Tom Pemice, Jr. 12 $207,173 96. Rich Beem 12 $204,027 97. J.L Lewis 11 $200,626 98. Ronnie Bleck 7 $199,830 99. Mathew Goggin 13 $196,167 100. Paul Goydos 10 $193,180 LPGA Tour money By The Associated Press Through Kathy Ireland Championship Tm Money 1. Annlka Sorenstam 7 $759,668 2. So Ri Pak 8 $443,062 3. Dottle Pepper 8 $337,438 •4. Karris Webb 7 $325,520 5. Lorie Kane 9 $292,699 6. Mi Hyun Kim 11 $264,942 7. Sophie Guslaison 10 $239,294 8. Micliele Redman 11 $232,907 9. Uura Diaz 10 $226,246 10. Rosie Jones 6 $217,870 11. Pat Hurst 10 $203,655 12. Grace Park 11 $193,045 13. Janice Moodie 10 $191,263 14. Catriona Matthew 10 $168,619 15. Nancy • Scranton 10 $151,107 16. Brandle Burton 9 $146,255 17. Akiko Fukushlma 7 $145,739 18. Michelle McGann 11 $145,034 19. Rachel Tesko • 10 $144,088 20. Carin Koch 11 $140,324 Hole In one RIVERBEND GOLF COURSE Who; Bryan Mason, Salina When: April 29 Hole: No. 8 Distance: 185 yards Club: pitching wedge Witnesses: Todd R. Moss SALINA MUNICIPAL G.C. Who: Larry Denning, Salina When: April 28 Hole: No, 15 Distance: 135 yards Club: 7 iron Witnesses: Lance Cochran, Marty Weaver, Bob Hamilton, High school CLAFLIN INVITATIONAL Team scores Sacred Heart 314, Wichita Trinity 322, Hoisington 344, Clallin 369, Ellsworth 396, Kinsely 331, La Crosse 357, Lyons 390, Quivira Heights 399. Top medalists 1. Roemer, SH, 74; 2. Lodette, K, 76; 3. Knipp, SH, 76; 4. Zertje, WT, 76; 5. Rnk, WT, 78; 6. Sheldon, K, 79; 7. Feist, C, 81; 8. Helmet, SH, 82; 9. Matthew, WT, 82; 10. Stottman, SH, 82. Other Sacred Heart scores 16.Newell86;25.Eilert91. GREAT BEND INVITATIONAL Golden Belt G.C, Par 71 TEAM SCORES Buhler 307, Hays 315, Great Bend 320, Salina Central 326, Salina South 331, Junction City 331, Garden City 333, Dodge City 335, Liberal 341, Ellinwood 368. INDIVIDUAL MEDALIST Schulte, Buhler 68 Olson, Great Bend 74 McGlnley, Salina Soulh 75 Post, Salina Central 76 Jacobs! Hays ' 76 Cummins, Buhler 76 Lovejoy, Jundion City 77 Tiitany, Garden City 78 Cutright, Hays 78 Frahm, Liberal 79 SALINA INDIVIDUALS Central — Post 76, Rogan 82, Lebahn 83, Barnett 85, Pestlnger 88, Bengslon 92. Soulh — McGinley 75, Tingen 81, Oliphant 87, Stewart 88, Sims 91, Stansbuiy 93. Hockey NHL playoffs By The Associated Press CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, April 28 Pittsburgh 3, Buffalo 1 Colorado 2, Los Angeles 0 New Jersey 6, Toronto 5, OT, series tied 1-1 Sunday, April 29 St, Louis 2, Dallas 1, SL Louis leads series 2-0 Monday, April 30 Buftato 4, Pittsburgh 1, Pittsburgh leads series 2-1 Cdorado 4, Los Angeles 3, Colorado leads series 2-1 Tueaday, May 1 Naw Jersey al Toronto, 6 p.m. Dallas at St. Louis, 6 p.m. Wednesday, May Z Buffalo at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. Cobradp at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. Softball State college JAYHAWK SHOOTOUT At Dodge City Sunday's game BROWN MACKIE 12, FORT SCOTT 10 Brown Maekle 220 011 6 — 12 11 3 Fort Scott 000 532 0 — 10 14 5 Madsan, Moreno (5) and SIngleterry; MoGrew and Keller, W — Moreno. L — McGrew. 2B — BM, SIngleterry, Madsen, Chambariain; FS, Braswell, Darden, Anderson, Kalsey, HR — BM, Burchlleld. Sunday's gamea SEWARD COUNTY 18, COLBY 8 Colby 201 32 - 8 4 1 Sewani County 231 75 - 18 18 6 Wenke, Berryman (4), Gilbrealh (5) and Miller; Maxwell, Johnson (5) and Heinrich.WP — Maxwell. LP — Wenke. 2B — C: Une; SC: Daavers, Looper, Patty, Helnrich. 3B — SC; Daevers, Cortez. HR — SC: Taylor, Patty. SEWARD COUNTY 19, COLBY 9 Colby 401 13- 9 »B 2 Seward County 614 62 - 19 21 1 Geronlmo, Martel (1), Innis (4), Berryman (4) and Miller; Griffith and Helnrich. WP — Gnllilh. LP — Geronlmo. 2B — C: Dove; SC: Deavers, Taylor, Patton, Cortez, Dody 2, Helnrich, Diorio. 3B — SC: Taytor. HR — C: Une, Miller 2. High school SOUTHEAST OF SALINE 10, SACRED HEART 3 SE-Sallne 007 210 0 — 10 9 1 Sacred Heart 030 000 0 — 3 3 7 Bloom and Reed; Wagoner and Hadom, Neuman (5). W — Bloom (6-1), L — Wagoner (5-1). 3B — SH: Hadom. HR — SES: Reed. SACRED HEARTS, SOUTHEAST OF SALINE 4 SE-Saline 103 000 0 — 4 4 2 Sacred Heart 301 000 1 — 5 9 3 Schropp, Bloom (2) and Reed; Wittman, Prick- elt (6) and Neuman. W — Prickelt (1-0). L — Bloom (6-2). 2B — SES: Rax; SH: Wiltman, Hadom. Tennis ATP Money leaders By The Associated Press Through April 29 1. Andre Agassi $1,345,827 2. Gustavo Kuerten $708,830 3. Juan Cartas Fertero $474,466 4. Yevgeny Kafelnikov $436,328 5. Jan-Michael Gambill $429,822 6 Jonas Bjorkman $408,650 7. Ueylon Hewitt $376,836 8. Sebastian Grosiaan $374,359 9. Roger Federer $360,620 10. Patrick Raltar $361,775 11. Amaud Clement $351,608 12. Nirolas Escude $310,905 13. Hicham Arazi 14. Todd Woodbridge 16. Pele Sampras 16. Caries Moya 17. Dominik Hrbaly 18. Gulllermo Coria 19. Tim Hanman, 20. Marcelo RIos $291,349 $287,765 $269,056 $266,739 $265,838 $235,071 $230,826 $211,444 WTATour money By Thl9 Associated Press Through April 28 1. Jennifer Capriati $898,528 2. Martina Hingis . $835,416 3. Venus Williams $672,906 4. Lindsay Davenport $574,178 5. Serena Williams $552,345 6. Amelia Mauresmo $345,011 7. Kim Clljsters $258,767 8. Amanda CoeUer $235,063 9. Usa Raymond $227,372 10. Elena Damenlleva $215,361 11. Magdalena Maleeva $200,711 12. Nathalie Tauziat $196,425 13.' Meghann Shaughndssy $183,137 14. Aranha ' Sanchez-Vicario $179,863 15. Anna Koumikova $169,572 16. Anke Huber $165,325 17. Al Sugiyama $161,425 18. Paola Suaraz $160,869 19. Monica Seles $157,486 20. Sandrine Testud $150,630 State college men BETHANY 9, McPHERSON 0 Singles No. 1 — Komakech, B, del. Pleiler, 6-0, 6-1; No. 2 — Talboil, B, def. O'Cain, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3 — Cromwell, B, del. Walter, 6-0, 6-0; No, 4 — B.Hanrey, B, def. Buchman, 6-0, 6-0; No, 5 — Tooley, B, def. Baker, 6-2, 6-0; No. 6 — C.Har­ vey, def. Weaver, 6-3, 6-2, Doubles No. 1 — Cromwell-Talbott, B, def. Pleifer -0'- Cain, 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 — Komakech-Tooley, B, def. Waller-Baiter, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3—Harvey-Harvey, B, def. Buchman-Weaver, 6-0,6-2. Junior high SALINA SOUTH BOYS 7 LINDSBORG S Singles 1. Gillespie, SS, def. Hodges, 8-0; 2. Charlton, SS, def. Smith, 8-0; 3. ChamoN, SS, del. Blom- erg, 8-5; 4. Wighs, SS, del, Biegert, 8-7 (7-3); 5. Kahler, L, del. DIehl, SS, 8-5; 6. Chambers, I, del. Sader, 8-2; 7. George, SS, def. Taytor, B-2; 3. Peterson, I, del. Haworth, 8-2. Doubles 1. Charlton/Chamoff, SS, def, Hodgas/Blomberg, U 8-4; 2. Glllespie/Wighs, SS, del. SmilWBIegert, 8-2; 3. Kahier/Taytor, L, def. Dieht/Sader, 8-4; 4. Chambers/Peterson, L, del. George/Haworth, 8-5. LINDSBORG GIRLS 8 SALINA SOUTH 4 Singles 1. Mitchell, SS, del. Johnson, 8-3; 2. Carison, L, del. Puvogel, 8-2; 3. Ruggiero, L, deL Selters, 85; 4. Lilly, SS, del. Cox, 8-6 (7-4); 5, Eves, SS, def, Francis, 8-6; 6. Bickford, I, del. Miller, 8-1; 7, GanI, L, deL Homelvig, 8-7 (8-6); 8, Falrchlld, L, del. Lamer, 8-1. Doubles 1. MItchell/Puvogel, SS, del. Johnson/Carlson, 8-7 (8-6); 2. Rugglero/Cox, L, def, Eves/Sellans, 8-4; 3. BIcktotd/Frands, I, del, Lilly/Miller, 8-7 (86); 4. Gant/Falrchild Linds del Lamer/Homelvig, 8-3. Track & Field High school SALINA SOUTH RELAYS BOYS Team Scores Salina South 7814; Hays 71'/;; Manhattan 43, Salina Central 40. Events Low hurdles — 1. Manhattan, 66.65; 2. Salina South, 56.77; 3. Hays 57.62; 4. Salina Central, 1:05.3. 4x1,600 — 1. Hays, 20:00; 2. Salina South, 20:42.4; 3. Manhattan, 21 ;01.0; 4. Salina Central, 22:10.1. 4x100 — I. Salina Cenlral, 44:36; 2. Hays, 44.99; 3. Salina Soulh, 45.18; 4. Manhattan, 45.73. Sprint medley — 1. Salina South, 3:53.5; 2. Hays, 4:04.4; 3. Manhattan, 4:04.7. 4x200 — 1. Hays, 1:32.2; 2. Salina South, 1:34.7; 3. Salina Central 1:35.1. 4x800 — 1. Salina South, 8:25.9; 2. Hays, 8:31.2; 3. Salina Cenlral, 8:40.2; 4. ManhaHan, 9:01.4. 300 hurdles — 1. Salina South, 128.88; 2. Manhattan, 131.66; 3, Hays, 139.06; 4. Salina Central, 95.17. Distance medley — 1. Hays, 11:43.5; 2. Salina South, 12:13.1; 3. Manhattan, 12:21.8; 4. Salina Cenlral, 12:49,9. Welghtperson relay — 1. Salina South, 47.74; 2. Salina Central, 49,92; 3, Hays, 62:16.0. 4x400 — 1. Salina South, 3:30.4; 2. Hays, 3:31.8; 3. Salina Central, 3:36.1; 4. Manhattan, 3:38.9. High lump — 1. Manhattan, 17-0; 2. (tie) Salina South, Hays, 17-0; 4. Salina Cenlral, 15-10. Long lump — 1. Manhattan, 60-10; 2. Salina Central, 59-3; 3. Hays, 58-8; 4, Salina South, 583. Triple lump — 1. Manhattan, 120-6; 2, Salina Soulh, 120-2; 3. Hays, 118-9; 4, Salina Central, 114-1. Shot put — 1. Sata Soulh, 147-6 1/2; 2. Hays, 141-4 1/2; 3. Salina Central, 128-4 3/8. Discus — 1. Hays, 400-8; 2. Salina Central, 392-0; 3. Salina South, 389-9. Javelin — 1. Salina South, 442-5; 2. Hays, 436-11; 3. Manhattan, 436-1; 4. Salina Cenlral, 418-4. Polo vault — 1. Salina South, 33-0; 2. Hays, 26-5; 3. Salina Cenlral, 22-0; 4. Manhattan, 20-6, GIRLS Team scares Manhaltan 83, Salina Central 53, Salina South 51, Hays 43, Events Low hurdles — 1, Manhattan, 1:06.4; 2. Salina Cenlral, 1:13.9; 3. Hays/Salina Soulh, 1:164. 4x1,600 — 1. Salina South, 24:40.9; 2. Manhattan, 24,47.5. 4x100— 1. Manhattan, 51.31; 2. Salina Cen­ lral, 53.16; 3. Salina South, 5349; 4. Hays, 53.79. Sprint medley — 1. Hays, 4:38.2; 2. Salina South, 4:40.04; 3. Manhattan, 4:49.8. 4x200 — 1. Manhattan, 1:61.6; 2. Salina South, 1:54.6; 3. Hays, 1:57.5; 4. Salina Central, 1:58.1. 4x800 — 1. Manhattan, 10:20.4; 2. Salina Central, 11:29.2; 3. Salina South, 11:59.3. 300 huniles — 1. Manhattan, 149.09; 2. Salina South, 155,3; 3. Salina Cenlral, 157.25; 4. Hays, 173.2. DiBtance medley — 1. Manhattan, 13:30.7; 2. Salina Cenlral, 14:31,6; 3. Salina South, 14.52.5; 4. Hays, 16:03.1. Welghtperson relay — 1. Salina Cenlral, 67,68; 2.Sallna Soulh, 1:01.0; 3. Hays, 1:02.4. 4x400 - 1. Manhattan, 4:12.0; 2. Salina South, 4:19.6; 3. Salina Cenlral, 4:27.7; 4. Hays, 4:30.6. High jump — 1. Manhattan, 14-0; 2. Hays, 136; 3. Salina Soulh, 12-4; 4. Salina Central, 8-8, Long jump— 1. Manhattan, 48-101/2; 2, Salina Central, 44-8 1/2; 3. Hays, 43-10 3/4; 4. Salina South, 32-2 1/4. Triple jump — 1, Manhattan, 101-5 1/4; 2, Salina Soulh, 96-1/2; 3, Salina Cenlral, 65-9 3/4; 4. Salina South, 63-9 1/4, Shot put — 1. Hays, 99-0; 2, Manhattan, 97-5 1/2; 3. Salina Central, 91-6 1/4; 4. Salina South, 87-6 1/4. Discui — 1. Manhattan, 292-4; 2. Hays, 2642 1/2; 3. Salina Central, 255-3; 4. Salina South, 243-3. Javelin - 1. Manhattan, 306-3; 2. Salina Central, 281-10; 3. Hays, 272-8; 4. Salina South, 2428. Pole vault — 1. Salina Cenlral, 24-3; 2, Hays, 16-0; 3. Salina South, 6-0. Letters of intent FORT HAYS STATE MEN Casey Antholz, Hays, sptinls; Richard Baskerville, Washington, (avelln; Matt Bixenman, Grinnell, jumps; Chad Burtis, Jalmore, pole vault; Jermiah Huyett, HoHon, javelin; Justin Jadis, Wichita South, dislance; Blaine Jackson, Hill City, sprints; Colten KaU, Lewis, hurdles; Randall Purdue, Chapman, pole vault; Scott Rader, TMP- Marian, distance; Justin Roe, BeloiL hurdles; Jeremy Wondra, Olis-Bison, dislance; Todd Worcester, Smoky Valley, distance; Joseph Wurtz, Clilton-Clyde, throws. WOMEN Kala Adam, Tipton, jumps; Kayla Cox, Hanston, jumps/throws; Teresa Cyre, Clay Center, throws; Amy Fartee, Belleville, |avelin; Ashley Fontaine, Pittsburg, distance; Debra Hofer, Kensington, jumps; Uura Kozob, Lancaster, N.Y., distance; SonyaTripletL Logan, throws; Tara White, Lewis, javelin. SPORTS DIGEST Webb signs with Bengals By The Associated Press WEBB CINCINNATI — Richmond Webb, a former Pro Bowl offensive lineman with the Miami Dolphins, agreed Monday with the Cincinnati Ben­ gals oh a three- year, $9 million contract. Webb, 34, would be the likely starter at left tackle, a position that has been a problem for the Ben^ gals. For 10 seasons, he protected former Miami quarterback Dan Marino's blind side. "I think, with the money they're paying him, they're planning on him being a starter," Webb's agent, Steve Zucker, said of the Bengals. John Jackson, 36, who is entering his 14th NFL season, took over as starter for Cincinnati at left tackle last season after Rod Jones lost the job. Webb spent all his 11 NFL seasons with the Dolphins and made the Pro Bowl seven times, including his rookie season in 1990. The Dolphins didn't make him an offer this year because of salary cap problems, Zucker said. Hasten to enter NBA draft BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana forward Kirk Haston said Monday he will enter the June 27 NBA draft, passing up his senior season. "I feel that now is the best opportunity for me to fulfill my lifelong dream of playing in the NBA," Haston said. "I will always support the lU basketball program, and I look forward to continued support from the Indiana basketball fans in my future endeavors." The third-team AU-American averaged 19.0 points and 8.7 rebounds, both team highs, last season. Haston, 6-foot-lO and 230 pounds, said he has chosen not to hire an agent. As a result, if he changes his mitid, he could play at Indiana next season. Jaguars' Smith in hospital JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Making a slower-than-expected recovery from abdominal surgery, Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Jimmy Smith ^yas back in the hospital Monday for tests and evaluation. Smith had two surgeries in early April to repair scar tissue and remove an obstruction to his small intestine; they were left from intestinal surgery and an appendectomy he had in 1993. He was readmitted to the hospital Saturday The Jaguars said he's back because the progress of his recovery has been slower than expected. # NBA suspends Magic guard NEW YORK — Orlando guard Dee Brown was suspended for one game without pay and fined $5,000 by the NBA on Monday for leaving the bench during the Magic's victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 3 of their playoff series. Brown, who scored 12 points in Saturday's 121-116 overtime victory, will miss Game 4 on Tuesday at Orlando. Milwaukee leads the series 2-1. Brown left the bench with 7:12 remaining in the third quarter during a tense moment involving Orlando's Bo Outlaw, Darrell Armstrong and Tracy McGrady, and Milwaukee's Scott Williams, Sam Cassell and Glenn Robinson. Modano to play in Game 3 DALLAS — Injured forward Mike Modano said Monday he will return to the Dallas Stars lineup for today's Game 3 of their Western Conference semifinal series against the St. Louis Blues. The center missed the second game of the series Sunday because of a sprained left ankle, injured last Friday in the opener. Modano put on his skates for about 10 minutes Monday morning. The Blues won the first two games at Dallas, and wiU play host to Games 3 and 4. Hie advances on clay HOUSTON — Second-seeded Andrew Hie of Australia advanced to the second round of the U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship, beating Germany's Lars BurgsmuUer 6-3, 7-5 on Monday night. In other first-round matches, eighth-seeded Hyung-Taik Lee of South Korea beat Russia's Andrei Stoliarov 6-4, 6-1, and Sweden's Magnus Larsson edged Dutchman Jan Siemerink 5-7,6-1, 7-6 (11). Americans Mardy Fish and Michael Russell lost their opening matches.

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