The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 2, 2001 · Page 24
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 24

Publication:
Location:
Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 2, 2001
Page:
Page 24
Start Free Trial
Cancel

02 WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 BASEBALL 6 p.m. — Major Leagues, Colorado al Philadelphia or Houston at NY Mels, ESPN2, cable 39. 9 p.m. — Major Leagues. Boslon al Seattle or Chicago White Sox at Anaheim. ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA, New York al Toronto, TNT, cable 41. 8 p.m. — NBA, Philadelphia al Indiana, WTBS, cable 25. 9:30 p.m. — NBA, Sacramento al Phoenix, TNT, cable 41. HOCKEY 6 p.m. — NHL, Buffalo al Pittsburgh, ESPN, cable 38. 9 p.m. — NHL, Colorado at Los Angeles, ES- PN2, cable 39. HORSE RACING A p.m. — Kenlucliy Derby draw, ESPN, cable 38. SOCCER 1:30 p.m. — UEFA Champions League, Valencia at Leeds, ESPN2, cable 39. Baseball Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Hall Eastern Division W L PcL GB Arlonsas (Angels) 13 11 .542 — Wichita (Royals) 12 13 .480 \'A Shreveporl (Giants) 12 14 .462 2 Tulsa (Hangers) 11 14 .440 2'A Western Divisfon W L PcL GB Round flock (Astros) 19 7 .731 — San Antonio (Manners) 16 10 .615 3 Midland (Athletics) 14 12 .538 5 El Paso (D'backs) 6 21 .192 14 Monday's results Arkansas 7, El Paso 3 MkllandIO, Shreveport5 Tulsa 4, San Antonio 2 Hound Rock 2, Wichita 0 Tuesday's results El Paso 5, Arkansas 2 Shreveporl 4, Midland 3,10 innings San Antonio 5, Tulsa 4,10 innings Round Rock 8, Wichita 4 Wednesday's games No games scheduled. Wranglers linescore ROUND ROCK 8, WICHITA 4 Wichita Oil 001 010 - 4 10 2 Round Rock 021 004 lOx - 8 12 2 Sanches. Guerrero (6), Villano (8) and Brito; Sessions, Smith (6), Shaam (8), Rodriguez (9) and Maldonado, Tremie. WP — Smith (2-1). LP — Sanches (1-1). 2B — RR: Carter, Wesson, Logan. HR — W: Berger. Big 12 linescores KANSAS 9, WASHBURN 0 Washburn 000 000 000 - 0 7 3 Kansas 021 303 OOx - » 14 2 Wilkens. Oeulsch (3), Hollman (4), Babbitt (4), Williams (5), Minger (6), Joy (7), Hansen (8) and Sherley, Janosik; Thompson, Williams (7) and DelChiaro, Wheeler. WP — Thompson (1-0). LP — Wilkens (3-6). S — Williams (1). 2B — W: Clurman, Colley; K: Klocksien, Wheeler. WICHITA STATE 13, KANSAS STATE 3 Wichita State 009 002 011 - 13 12 2 Kansas Stale 020 000 010 - 3 5 2 Teluan, Kerbs (8) and Becker; Brite, Black (3), Lundwali (8), Duckers (8), Helsel (9) and Scello. WP — Tetuan (5-2). LP — Brite (1-3). 2B—WS; MoHitl, Sorensen 2, Smarsh; KS: Maloney. 3B — WS: Smarsh. HR — KS: Cavender, English. State college KANSAS WESLEY AN 8, STERLING 5 Kansas Wesleyan 301 030 1 — 8 12 3 Sterling 101 Oil 1 - 5 11 4 WP-Kmel (7-1). LP-HaucK 2B-KW: Lombardi, Reynado; S: Conway, Brennan. HR—KW; Brasslield (3); S: Lylie. KANSAS WESLEYAN 17, STERLING 7 Kansas Wesleyan 115 430 3 — 17 11 3 Sterling 140 001 1 - 7 9 1 WP—Sloan (2-0). LP—Payne. 2B—KW: Garcia, Brasslield, Hein; S: Brennan. HR—KW: Schaltenberg (10), Mendoza (4); S: Craco. High school SACRED HEART 19 WICHITA TRINITY 3 Wichita Trinity 3 00 — 3 5 1 Sacred Heart (12)7x—19 13 1 Deutsch, Harlmann (1) and Maxwell: Neihouse and Jaquay. WP—Neihouse. LP—Deulsch. 2B—SH: Pestinger, HR—SH: Phetteplace. WICHITA TRINITY 14 SACRED HEARTH Wichita Trinity 374 000 0— 14 11 3 Sacred Heart 341 111 0- 11 11 6 Gersch. Pulahl (6) and Maxwell; Dechant, Walters (2) and Bechard, Jaquay (2). WP—Gersch. LP—Dechanl. 2B—WT: Deulsch, Nelson, Hartmann 2, Gersch; SH: Jaquay, Pestinger. 3B— SH: Phetteplace. HR—SH: Phetteplace, SALINA SOUTH 9, TOPEKA WEST 7 Topeka West 301 020 1 - 7 12 0 Sallna South 008 010 x - 9 11 4 Frazee, SchieJelbein (3), Watson (6) and Janosik; Moody, Maxwell (5), Brin (7) and Gordon. WP-Moody. LP-Frazee. S-Brin. 2B-TW: Armstrong, Heltin; SS: Moody, Gordon. 3B-SS: Lilly. SALINA SOUTH 5, TOPEKA WEST 3 Topeka West 100 020 0 - 3 7 2 Sallna South 203 000 x - 5 7 1 Cowdin, Sweezey (3) and Janosik; Gillespie, Maxwell (4), Brin (7) and Gordon. WP-Maxwell. LP-Cowdin. S-Brin. 2B-TW: Williams. Sachs; SS: Moody, Correa. 3B-SS: Lilly. SE SALINE 13, ABILENE 3 Abilene 100 02 — 3 5 1 Southeast of Saline 723 01 - 13 13 1 Needham and Schroeder; Hartman and Dupes. WP — Hartman (4-0). LP — Needham. 2B — SES: Kolzow 2. Pavkov 2. 3B — SES: Kolzow. HR — SES: Placek. SE SALINE 15, ABILENE 5 Abilene 300 02 - 5 9 3 Southeast ol Saline 463 2x — 15 13 2 HuH. West (3) and Stroda; Can and Dupes. WP — Carr (2-0). LP — Hull. 2B — A: Fennema; SES: B.Brack, Dupes, J.Hartman. HR — SES: Noonan. Leister. SMOKY VALLEY 17 CANTON-GALVA B Smoky Volley 342 310 4 — 17 17 4 Canlon-Gaira 007 000 1 — S 7 4 Brian Bengtson and Hazelwood: Hoppes. Smith (7) and Anderson. WP — Brian Bengtson. LP — T PRO FOOTBALL Hoppes. 28 — SV: Hazelwood 2, Brad Bengtson, Falrchlld, Thomas, Bhan Bengtson. 3B — CG: Schaler. HH — SV: Brad Bengtson; CG: Anderson. SMOKY VALLEY 4, CANTON-GALVA 1 Smoky Valley Oil Oil 0 — 4 5 0 Centon-Gaiva 100 000 0 — 1 2 3 Lloyd, Brad Bengtson (5) and Hazelwood; Anderson and Jowers. WP — Lloyd. LP — Anderson. HR — SV: Brad Bengtson; CG: Smith. Junior varsity TOPEKA WEST 9, SALINA SOUTH 3 Topeka West 020 205 0 — 9 5 1 Sallna South 101 010 0 — 3 4 3 WP—Walton. LP—RIndt. 2B—TW: Erwin. SALINA SOUTH 5, TOPEKA WEST 1 Topeka West 100 000 0— 1 4 3 Sallna South 121 001 x — 1 7 3 WP—Burger. LP—Moran. HAYS 10, SALINA CENTRAL 0 Sallna Central 000 00 — 0 1 0 Hays 051 04 — 10 8 1 WP—Koemer. LP—Patrick. 2B—H: Dreiling. HAYS 13, SALINA CENTRAL 3 Sallna Central 210 00 — 3 5 6 Hays 433 3x — 13 12 3 WP—Purdy. LP—Johnson. 2B—H: Koemer, Purdy, Poepler. HR—H: Poepler. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Monday's results Buffalo 4, Patsburgh 1, Pittsburgh leads series 2-1 Colorado 4, Los Angeles 3, Colorado leads series 2-1 Tuesday's results New Jersey 3, Toronto 2 (ol). New Jersey leads series 2-1 St. Louis 3, Dallas 2 (2ot), SI. Louis leads series 3-0 Wednesday's games Buffalo al Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. Colorado at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. Basketball NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-5) Monday's result San Antonio 97, Minnesota 84, San Antonio wins series 3-1 Tuesday's results Milwaukee 112, Orlando 104, Milwaukee wins series 3-1 Dallas 107, Utah 77, series tied 2-2 Wednesday's games New York at Toronto, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at Indiana, 8 pm. Sacramento at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. NBA summaries BUCKS 112, MAGIC 104 MILWAUKEE (112) G.Robinson 7-19 2-2 17, Ham 0-0 4-8 4, S.Williams 3-6 2-4 8, Allen 9-13 6-6 26, Cassell 818 7-9 26, Johnson 2-2 8-10 12, Thomas 5-12 56 15, Hunter 1-6 2-2 5, Cafley 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 35-77 36-47 112. ORLANDO (104) McGrady 10-26 6-8 25, Outlaw 2-3 0-3 4, De- Clercq 2-5 2-4 6, Miller 9-18 0-0 22, Armstrong 413 4-4 16, Hudson 2-4 2-2 6, Doleac 1-5 0-0 2, Garrily 4-11 0-0 8, Heid 3-t Z-4 8, M. Williams 3-3 1-2 7. Totals 40-92 16-27 104. Milwaukee 22 35 40 15—112 Orlando 36 25 26 17—104 3-Point Goals—Milwaukee 6-14 (Allen 2-2, Cassell 2-3, G.Robinson t-3. Hunter 1-4, Thomas 0-2), Orlando 8-23 (Miller 4-6, Armstrong 4-8, Held 0-1, McGrady 0-2, Hudson 0-2, Garrity 0-4). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Milwaukee 60 (Thomas 10), Orlando 56 (Outlaw 12). Assists— Milwaukee 16 (Cassell 6), Orlando 25 (McGrady, Amistrong 8). Total fouls—Milwaukee 23, Orlando 30. Technicals—Allen, Johnson, Thomas, Amistrong. Flagrant fouls--Thomas, Raid. A— 17,248 (17,248). MAVS107, JAZZ 77 UTAH (77) Malone 10-20 5-6 25, Marshall 4-14 0-0 8, Polynice 2-5 4-6 8, Russell 3-7 0-0 6, Stockton 27 0-2 4, Benoil 4-11 2-2 12, Vaughn 0-2 0-0 0, Manning 3-5 4-4 10, Oslertag 1-3 0-4 2, Starks 01 0-0 0, Crotty 0-10-00, Stevenson 1 -2 0-0 2. Totals 30-78 15-24 77. DALLAS (107) Howard 3-11 0-0 6, Nowitzki 10-19 8-9 33, Bradley 1-2 0-0 2, Rnley 7-13 3-3 20, Nash 8-15 7-7 27, Elsley 1-4 0-0 2, Booth 2-4 2-2 6, Najera 1-3 0-0 2, Bryant 0-1 0-0 0, Maxwell 1-3 0-0 2, Zhizhi 2-3 2-2 7. Totals 36-78 22-23 107. Utah 24 18 21 14— 77 Dallas 17 28 36 26-107 3-Point Goals—Utah 2-9 (Benoit 2-4, Russell 01, Vaughn 0-1, Marshall 0-1, SIxkton 0-2), Dallas 13-25 (Nowitzki 5-10, Nash 4-8, Finley 3-4, Zhizhi 1-1, EisleyO-1, Maxwell 0-1). Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Utah 50 (Marshall 9), Dallas 60 (Finley 12). Assists-Utah 21 (Stockton 9), Dallas 20 (Nash 7). Total louls—Utah 22, Dallas 19. Technicals—Startis, Marshall 2, Dallas Illegal Defense 4, Howard Ejected—Starks, Marshall. A—18,300(18,187). NBA today Wednesday, May 2 SCOREBOARD Philadelphia al Indiana (8 p,m. COT). Allen Iverson and the lop-seeded 76ers try to close out their first-round series against the defending Eastem Conference champs. STAR Monday • Tim Duncan, Spurs, had 24 points and 16 rebounds as San Antonio wrapped up its first-round series against Minnesota with a 97-84 victory. SAME OLD STORY San Antonio center David Robinson had 21 points and 14 rebounds in Monday night's 97-84 victory over Minnesota. The Spurs, 3-1 winners of the series, also knocked the Timbenr/olves out ol the first round in 1999 en route to an NBA title. The Wolves lost in the first round lor the fifth straight season, making Flip Saunders the first coach in NBA history to lose in the first round five years in a row. SUSPENDED 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 Saturday's victory over Milwaukee in Game 3 of their playoff series. Brown, averaging six points, will miss Game 4 on Tuesday night at Orlando. Milwaukee leads the series 2-1. SIGHT FOR SORE EYES Knicks center Marcus Camby practiced Monday and intends to play In Game 4 of New Yorii's first- round playoff series against Toronto on Wednesday nigW. Camby, dealing with the trauma ol his mother and two sisters being held hostage, didn't How to E-mail us: Harold Bechard sjhb8chard@saliournal.eom Erik Bonar sJebonar@saljournal.eom Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@sallournal.com Arne Green sjargfeen@saljournal.com Larry Moritz silmorit2@salj0urnal.com Christian D Orr sjcorr@salJournal.com Troy Palenske sitpalenske @ saljournal.com Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 AUTO RACING Sallna Speedway, 7:30 p.m. BASEBALL Brown Mackle al Hesslon, 5 p.m. Cleveland at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. BASKETBALL Kansas at Lakeland, 6 p.m. SOFTBALL Starting vs. Kansas Wesleyan at Burise Padi, 5 p.m. TENNIS Salina Central boys al Topeka High, 8 a.m. travel to Toronto for Game 3. which New Yorit won 97-89 to take a 2-1 series lead, 'it's been depressing. I can't lie," Camby said. "But you have to get back to your normal life. Let's not talk about what happened. Let's move on and close out Toronto." STAYING PUT? The Charlotte Hornets signed a lease agreement with city leaders Monday night that would make the team the major tenants ol a new arena for the next 25 years. The arena is part of a proposed $342 million package of seven downtown sports and cultural projects that wifl go before voters. The Hornets previously asked the NBA for permission to move to Memphis, Tenn. SPEAKING 'It's getting pretty old. The fans want something else to happen, and they deserve it." — Minnesota guard Terrell Brandon after Monday night's 97-84 loss to San Antonio knocked the Timberwolves out of the playoffs in the first round for the fifth straight season. These piayers gel n'pped on all the time, and the general manager can't take a little joke? Come on." — Portland fan Kathenno Topaz, who was tossed out of Sunda/s playoft game against the Lakers for refusing to give up her sign disparaging Trail Blazers general manager Bob Whitsitt. Topaz held a sign that read Trade WhK- sitt." USBL standings UNfTED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pet. GB Pennsylvania 2 2 .500 — Brooklyn 1 1 .500 — Long Island 1 1 .500 — Maryland 1 1 .600 — Atlantic City 0 3 .000 \<A Southern Division W L Pet. GB Florida 3 0 1.000 — Kansas 1 0 1.000 1 Oklahoma 2 1 .667 1 • Lakeland 1 2 ,333 2 Dodge City 0 1 .000 2 Monday's result Oklahoma 88, Atlantic City 81 Tuesday's result Pennsylvania 123, Brooklyn 98 Wednesday's games Maryland at Atlantic City Oklahoma at Long Island Kansas al Lakeland, 6 pm. KBCA rosters KBCA ALL-STAR ROSTERS Players selected (or the KBCA All-Star game to be played August 1 in Topeka. NORTH BOYS Adam Endrees, Emporia; Maurice Rndley, Buhler; Jerod Head, Topeka Hayden; Wayne Simlen, Leavenworth; Jamar Howard, SM Miege; Lechon Trammer, Junction City; Brian Gentry, Valiey Falls; Kaniiin Johnson, Topeka Highland Padt; Jay Raid, Brewster; Ben Bnina, Hanover; Mark Huppe, SL Tliomas Aquinas; Rone Smith, Wichita Southeast; Edward Spencer, SM East. SOUTH BOYS Dennis Latimore, Halstead; Marquise Fulcher, Coffeyville; Jeff Martin, Wichita Southeast; Brett Begnoche, Wichita Kapaun; Lucas Raleigh, Little River, Grant Bmbacher, Hillsboro; Kevin Campion, Salina Central; Stephen Gentry, Fort Scott: Justin White, Inman; Jan/is Wintjen, St. Paul; Brett Sweeney, Wichita Collegiate; Zack Graber, Salina South. NORTH GIRLS Kendra Wecker, Marysville; Katie Houlehan, SM Miege; Erin Menard, Buriington; Blair Waltz, Blue Valley North; Ashley Qouriey, Lebo; Brittany Dietz. Osborne; Ineke Ingram, Manhattan; Ashley Ohiman, Emporia; Dani McHenry, Shawnee Heights; Karen DeDonder, Lobo; Jennifer Hake, Oakley; Alison Garrett, Buriington. SOUTH GIRLS Slacey Becker, McPherson; Aubrey Cameron, Buhler; Cassie Cordell, Little River; Nichole Swilzer. Wichita Heights; Cami Jacobs, South- weslem Heights; Ashley Holt, Conway Springs; Lindsay Carter, Labette County;Rikki Hall, Goddard; Nicole Patry, V«chita Campus; Crystal PHts, Steriing; Heather Niftier, Medicine Lodge; Kayta Pauly, Garden Plain. KBCA COACHES OF THE YEAR Phil Anderson, Hutchinson, 6A Boys; Rick Halzel, SI. Thomas Aquinas, 6A Girts; Rick Zych, SM Miege, 5A Boys; Teny English, SM Miege High School, 5A Girts; Dan Wall, Coffeyville, 4A Boys; Mary Kessinger, Marysville, 4A Girts; Mart< Fox, Halstead, 3A Boys; Bryce Swafford, Conway Springs, 3A Giris; Sharinon Haydock, Remington, 2A Boys: John Darrow, Garden Plain, ZA Girts; Lorry O'Connor, Brewster, 1A Boys; Bill Niensl- edt, Lebo, lA Giris; Mike Jaffers, Johnson County, Men's Juco; Brett Ert(enbrack, Cloud County, Women's Juco; Bob Chipman, Washbum, Men's college; Lonnie Kruse, Steriing, Women's college; Randy Marts, Maize, Boy's junior high; Jesse Nelson, Olpe, Girt's junior high. KBCA academic KBCA ACADEMIC ALL-STATE AREA GIRLS Abby Dull, Abilene; Amanda Hurtey, Belleville; Amy Fariee, Belleville;Erin Smith, Centre; Renee Ecklund, Centre; Beth Whaley, Chapman; Megan Williams, Clay Center; Bethany Kanak, Ellsworth; Jennifer Joy, Hillcrest; Angela Herzet, Hiilsboro; Dionne Jost, Hillsboro; Julie Hett, Hillsboro; Leesa Rosebrook, Lincoln; Ann Heidebrecht, McPherson; Nikki James, McPherson; Jenni Sloan, Norton; Jandi Bolen, Sharon Springs; Kristen Unruh, Sharon Springs; Lisa Robben, Sharon Springs; Amber Heller, Sylvan; Elisa Hiad, Sylvan; Esther Dohl, Sylvan; Jennifer Heller, Sylvan; Jessica Pounds, Sylvan; Sara Sorensen, Sylvan; Shannon Guslafson, Wilson. AREA BOYS Brian Piatt, Chapman; John Anderson, Clay Center; Kevin Koehler, Clay Center; Benjamin George, Clifton-Clyde; Matt Bartz, Concordia; Charies Hein, Eastem Heights; Lannle Robinson, Eeslem Heights; Matt Mentzer, Goodland; Garrett Call, Hillsboro; Grant Bmbacher, Hillsboro; Jeremy Loewen, Hillsboro; MarttTortuemke, Hoxie; Josh Van Meter, Minneapolis; Brandon Washbum, Norton; Drew Sebelius, Norton; Zach Gregoire, Norton; Karl Bergstrom, Pike Valley; Stephen Russell, Pike Valley; Patrick Siemsen, Quivira Heights; Steven Walters, Russell; Adam Lebahn, Salina Central; Kevin Campion, Salina Central; Brett Wahfgren, Saliria South; Josh Nordstrom, Salina South; Mike Welters, SI Francis; Lance Cheney, Sylvan; PJ Kasper, Syhan; Jeremy Wedel, Washington; Richard Baskenrille, Washington. High school SALINA SOUTH 10, TOPEKA WEST 0 Topeka West 000 00 — 0 2 3 Salina South 422 2x — 10 10 0 Hughes and Brewer, Nordstrom and Eastep. WP — Nordstrom (6-1). LP — Hughes (1-4). 2B — SS: Hoppock, Cleveland, Eastep. SAUNA SOUTH 7, TOPEKA WEST 1 TopekaWest 000 100 0 — 1 2 5 Sallna Sou* • 200 014 x — 7 S 1 Pierce and Adams; Wilson and Eastep. WP — W/ilson (5-2). LP — Pleree (2-7). 2B — SS: Eastep. CLAY CENTER 11, SE SALINE 1 Southeast of Saline 000 10— 1 2 7 Clay Center 602 03 — 11 14 0 Bloom and Reed; Shannon and Jackson. WP — Shannon. LP — Bloom (6-3). HR — SES: Reed; CC: Bloom. CLAY CENTER 5, SE SALINE 0 Southeast of Saline 000 000 0 — 0 1 3 Clay Center 030 101 x— 5 6 2 Schropp and Reed; Lohmeyer and Jackson. WP — Lohmeyer. LP — Schropp (4-3). 3B — CC: Caldwell. HR — CC: Caldwell. SMOKY VALLEY 51 CANTON-GALVA 1 Smoky Valley (19H14 )0 (13)5 - 51 32 1 Canton-Galva 0 00 01 — 1 1 7 Ruggiero, Johnson (5) and Sherwood; Ek, Anderson (1), Pecham (3), Anderson (5) and Koehn. WP — Ruggiero (5-4). LP — Ek. 2B — SV: Edwards, D.Gustus; 38— SV: Ulmen, Swisher. SMOKY VALLEY 26 CANTON-GALVA 0 Smoky Valley (20)15 — 26 17 0 Canton-Galva 0 00 — 0 0 5 McGaughey, Ulman (3) and Sherwood; Ek and Koehn. WP — McGaughey (4-4). LP — Ek. 28 — SV: Dauer, D.Gustus. HR — SV: Reidelberger, Amos. MCPHERSON 1, SALINA CENTRAL 0 Sallna Central 000 000 0 — 0 7 1 McPherson 000 001 0 — 1 1 1 Brown and LoVullo; McComiIck and Morris. WP — McComiick. LP — Brown. 2B — SC: Gorjiyan. MCPHERSON S, SALINA CENTRAL I Salina Central 000 010 0 — 1 3 5 McPherson 311 000 x — 5 5 1 Finan and LoVullo; Moors, McComiick (7) and Morris. WP — Moors. LP — Finan. HERINGTON 16, MOUNDRIDGE 0 Herington 404 100 7— 16 14 0 Moundrldge 000 000 0 — 0 2 4 WP— one. LP—Vogts. 2B-H: Otte, Brockmeier. HERINGTON 13, MOUNDRIDGE 6 Herington 010 017 3— 13 6 t Moundridge 040 002 0 — 6 8 0 WP-Otte. LP—Vogts. 2B-H: Trapp. 3B—M: Franz. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH 5, TOPEKA WEST 0 TopekaWest 000 000 0 — 0 0 1 Sallna South 002 201 x — 5 B 3 WP-Coleman (1-0). LP—Sherwood 2B—SS: Bossmeyer. TOPEKA WEST 3, SALINA SOUTH 1 TopekaWest 200 100 0 — 3 6 1 Sallna South 010 000 0— 1 3 4 WP—Sherwood. LP—Edwards (7-2). CLAY CENTER 12, SE SALINE 0 Southeast of Saline 000 00 — 0 2 6 Clay Center 021 54 — 12 15 3 Geisler and Kuhlman; Holt and Rott. WP — Holt. LP — Geisler. 2B — CC: Rott, Knitter, Blackwood. CLAY CENTER IS, SE SALINE 0 Southeast ol Saline 000 00 — 0 1 7 Clay Center 155 4x — 15 15 0 Geisler and Kuhlman; Golden and Wast. WP — Golden. LP — Gelslar. 2B — CC: Plizenmaier 2. 3B — CC: Rott. HR — CC: Plizenmaier. SALINA CENTRAL 25, MoPHERSON 7 Sallna Central 573 19 - 25 McPherson 220 30 -7 WP — Leite. LP —Amanda. Swimming High school girls SALINA CENTRAL 429 ANDOVER 330, JUNCnON CITY 268, DODGE CITY 173 200y medley relay — 1. Andover, 2:03.06; 2. Salina Central (KDonley, Boyer, Smith, Carter), 2:10.10; 3. Salina Central (Fairbanks, Pankratz, Kempton, Allred), 2:21,04. 200y freestyle — 1. Reynolds, A, 2:09.66; 2, Iverson, JC, 2:15.88; 3. Miller, SC, 2:26.99. 200y individual medley — 1. S.Donley, SC, 2:24.28; 2. Brawn, A, 2:31.09; 3. Alnsworth, A, 2:43.46; 5. Kempton, SC, 3:10.04; 6. Pankratz, SC, 3:25.17. 50y freestyle — 1. Thomas, JC, 26.99; 2. Boyer, SC, 27.10; 3. Richards, JC, 27.11; 4. Carter, SC, 27.83; 6. K.Donley, SC, 28.97. Diving — 1. Hemnan, SC, 118.25; 2. Ahlers, SC, 112.55. lOOy butterfly — 1. S.Donley, SC, 1:05.06; 2. Brown, A, 1:05.61; 3. Bloom, A, 1:13.11; 4. Allred, SC, 1:27.54. lOOy freestyle — 1. Thomas, JC, 58.86; 2. Reynolds, A, 1:00.03; 3. Boyer, SC, 1:00.05. 500y freestyle — 1. Smith, SC, 6:22.28; 2. Goodwin, A, 6:45.14; 3. Hayes, DC, 6:45.48; 4. Miller, 6:56.87; 5. Kempton, SC, 6:57.4. 200y freestyle relay — 1. Salina Central (Boyer, Carter, K.Donley, Smith), 1:51.18; 2. Junction City, 1:51.65; 3. Andover, 1:51.90; 4. Sallna Cen- Iml (S.Donley, Fairbanks, Allred, Miller), 1:56.85. lOOy backstroke — 1. KDonley, SC, 1:08.69; 2. Alnsworth, A, 1:12.83; 3. Graham, A, 1:13.85; 5. Nuss, SC, 1:41.65. lOOy breaststroke — 1. Bloom, A, 1:20.23; 2. Wolf, JC, 1:21.93; 3. Spartts, DC, 1:23.91. 400y freestyle relay — 1. Sallna Central (S.Donley, Miller, Carter, Smith), 4:11.07; 2. Junction City, 4:14.03; 3. Andover, 4:23.03; 4. Salina Central (Allred, Noble, Kempton, Pankratz), 4:55.01. ANDOVER 362, SALINA SOUTH 344 JUNCTION CHTY 298, DODGE CITY 185 200y medley relay — 1. Andover, 2:03.05; 2. Salina South (Lampe, Seymour, Harding, Jones), 2:19.36; 3. Dodge City, 2:22.53. 200y freestyle — 1. Reynolds, A, 2:09.56; 2. Iverson, JC, 2:15.88; 3. Goodwin, A, 2:28.15. 200y Individual medley — 1. Brown, A, 2:31.09; 2. Alnsworth, A, 2:43.46; 3. Seymour, SS, 2:45.44; 5. Harding, SS, 2:52.31; 6. Moore, SS, 3:14.93. 50y freestyle — 1. Thomas, JC, 26.99; 2. Richards, JC, 27.11; 3. Jones, SS, 29.23; 6. Tdcker.SS, 29.69. Diving — 1. A.Naylor, SS, 187.75; 2. Hollander, SS, 126.55; 3. Lanzrath, SS, 121.50. lOOy butterfly — 1. Brown, A, 1:05.61; 2. Bloom, A, 1:13.11; 3. Umpe, SS, 1:29.42; 4. Ha- worth.SS, 1:29.46. lOOy freestyle — 1. Thomas, JC, 58.86; 2. Reynolds, A, 1:00.03; 3. Iverson, JC, 1:01.29; 6. Tucker, SS, 1:06.80. 500y freestyle — 1. Harding, SS, 6:34.67; 2. Goodwin, A, 6:45.14; 3. Hayes, DC, 6:45.484. 200y freestyle relay — 1. Junction City, 1:61.65; 2. Andover, 1:51.90; 3. Sallna South (Jones, Seymour, Banker, Tucker), 1:59.10. 100y backstroke — 1. Alnsworth, A, 1:12.83; 2. Graham, A, 1:13.85; 3. Gugler, JC, 1:20.96; 4. Taponpanh, SS, 1:24.40; 5. Umpe, SS, 1:24.57; 6. Forrester, SS, 1:43.89. lOOybieaslslrake—l.Bloom.A, 1:20.23; 2. Well, JC, 1:21.93; 3. Sparta, DC, 1:23.91; 5. Jones, SS, 1:26.61. 400y freestyle relay — 1. Junction City, 4:14.03; 2. Andover, 4:23.03; 3. Salina South (Tucker, Harding, Lampe, Haworth), 4:54.18; 4. Salina South (Banket, Moore, A.Naylor, Bamett), 4:51.71. Soccer High school girls SALINA SOUTH 9, JUNCTION CITY 3 Junction City 12 — 3 Sallna South 6 3 — 9 First half — SS: Rske (assist Lorson), 1st minute; SS: Daniels (Lorson), 8lh; SS: Maxwell (Katy Conway), 16th; JC: Bera (unassisted), 18th; SS: Lorson (Dechanl), 20th; SS: Dechant (Lorson, Conway), 25lh; SS: Conway (Rske),' 32nd. Second half — SS: Lorson (assist Dechant), 44th minute; SS: Lorson (Dechant), 451h; JC: Perez (unassisted), 50lh; SS: Conway (Strom), 65th; JC: Ramos (Bero), 77th. Shots — X 5, SS 34. Saves — JC 18, SS 2. Goalkeepers — JC: Dudley; SS: Adams, Rske, 60th minute. Junior varsity score — Salina South, 4-0. SALINA CENTRAL S, GREAT BEND 4 Sallna Central 14 — 5 GrealBend 3 1—4 nrst half — GB: Zink (penalty kick), 6th minute; SC; Everett (unassisted), 8lh; GB: RIggs (unassisted), 11lh;GS: Zink (unassisted), I8lh. Second half — SC: Resales (unassisted), 42nd minute; GB: RIggs (unassisted), 50lh; SC; Radke (unassisted), 74th; SC: Resales (unassisted), 78th; SC: Garlow (Gonzales), 80th. Shots — SC 15, GB 10. Saves — SC 3, GB 4. Goalkeepers — SC: A.J. Young; GB: Hartig. Junior varsity girls SALINA CENTRAL 1, GREAT BEND 0 Salina Central 1 0 — 1 Great Bend 0 0 -- 0 First half — SC: Fellers (unassisted), IBIh minute. Track & field state college DRAKE RELAYS At Des Moines, Iowa Fort Hays State results MEN 400m relay — 1. (Esslinger, Wurtz, Moore, Appelhans), 40.20. 3,200ro relay — 6. (Fouls, Warner, Dexter, Moos), 7:39.36. Distance medley relay — 5. (Fouls, Wren, Moos, Dexter), 10.04.00. Javelin — 3. KIndler, 221-5. WOMEN Sprint medley relay — 4. (Kuhn, Butler, Grace, Huncovsky), 4:05.13. General Letters of intent TABOR ATHLETE —Nell Rabi. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Maize HS. SPORT —Soccer. POSmON — Midlielder, loiward. HGT— 5-9. STATS —18 goals and 10 assists in 2000. NOTES — All-Chlsholm Trail League. COLBY ATHLETE —Stuart Kelfner. PREVIOUS SCHOOL - Hays HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION —Fonniard. HGT —6-2. STATS — 9.9 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 2.2 apg. NOTES — Led Hays to a 19-3 record in 2001. ATHLETE —t^ichaelWolteis. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — St. Francis HS. SPORT— Baslcelball. POSmON —Guard. HGT —5-11. STATS —18.6 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 4.1 apg. NOTES — All-Northwest Kansas League. ATHLETE- Jason VerJohn. PREVIOUS SCHOOL - Ingalls HS. SPORT— BaskelbalL POSmON- Center. HOT— 6-6. STATS - 12.4 ppg, 8.1 rpg, 2.1 blocks per game. NOTES — Two-limes Ail-Santa Fe Trail League. AP sportlight May 2 1917 — Fred Toney of the Cincinnati Reds and James "Hippo" Vaughn ol Ihe Chicago Cubs pilch a double no-hltter (or nine Innings, but the Reds win 1-0 with two hits In Ihe 10th. 1939 — Lou Gehrig of the New Yori< Yankees does not play against the Detroit Tigers at Briggs Stadium, ending his streak ol 2,130 consecutive games played. 1964 — Northern Dancer, ridden by Bill Hartack, virins the Kentucky Dsrtiy by a neck over Hill Rise In a race record 2:00. 1967 — The Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Montreal Canadlens 3-1 to win Ihe Stanley Cup in six games. 1992 — Ul E. Tee, a 17-to-1 shot, carries Pat Day to victory in Ihe Kentucky Derby as ArazI falters In the stretch and finishes eighth. 1995 — Hideo Nome ol the Los Angeles Dodgers becomes the first Japanese native to play In the majors In three decades. Nome pitches five scoreless Innings of one-hH ball, but the Dodgers blow a 3-0 lead and lose to San Francisco 4-3. Transactions BASEBALL American League KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Recalled RHP Chad Durbin from Omaha ol the PCL Optioned RHP Kris Wilson to Omaha. National League CHICAGO CUBS-Activated RHP Tom Gordon from the 15-day disabled llsL Optioned RHP Courtney Duncan to Iowa of the PCL CINCINNATI REDS—Purchased the contract of OF Delon Sanders from LouMIe ol the International Uague. Recalled OF Brady Clartt from Louisville. Sent RHP Keith Glauber outright to Louisville. COLORADO ROCKIES—Placed 38 Jetl CIrillo on Ihe 16-day disabled list, retroactive to April 27. Recalled INF-OF Brooks Kleschnick Irom Colorado Springs ol the PCL Designated RHP Joe Davenport for assignmenL aORIDA MARLINS—Transferred INF Pablo Ozunajroni the 15- to the 6D^lay disabled llsL NEW YORK METS-Placed RHP Rick White on the 15-day disabled lisL Recalled RHP Jerrod Riggan from Norfolk of the Inlematkinal League. SAN DIEGO PADRES-Actlvated OF Mark Kotsay from Ihe 15-day disabled llsL California League HANCHO CUCAMONGA QUAKES—Placed RHP Chris Bootcheck on the disabled lisL ratroacUve to April 24. Added LHP Jefl Hundley to the roster. Frontier League COOK COUNTY CHEETAHS-Slgned 0F-1B Matt Schneider and OF James RInne. EVANSVILLE OHERS— Signed RHP Eric Cooper, LHP Don Blaylock, INF Travis Hardin, OF Scott SuracI, RHP Billy Boughey and IB-OF Marti Thomas. Announced the retirement of LHP Dan Planck. .KAUMAZOO KINGS-Slgned LHP Ryan Takach and LHP Erta Janacek. LONDON WEREWOLVES-Slgned RHP Scott Aben:romble and OF Leo Brock. Northern League ST. PAUL SAINTS-Slgned SS Jason Dunaway, IF Monty Davis and 2B Tony Cappola. SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS—Signed LHP David Glick, LHP J.D. Hardcastle and RHP Adam Sprtngston. Western Baseball League CHICO HEAT—Signed INF Marcellus Presley. LONG BEACH BREAKERS-Slgned INF Jeremy Booth. SONOMA COUNTY CRUSHERS-Re-sIgned OF Jeff Depew. Signed C Travis Oglesby. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA—Fined Milwaukee Bucks F Tim Thomas $5,000 lor making an obscene gesture towards lans during an April 28 playoff game against Ihe Orlando Magic. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS—Named Robert Rowell chief operating officer. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS—Announced Ihe retirement ol DT Eric Swann. Re-signed S Pat Tillrtian to a one-year contract ATUNTA FALCONS—Signed RB Travis Jervey and Rodney Thomas. CAROLINA PANTHERS—Waived DE Rasheed Simmons. CINCINNATI BENGALS—Agreed to temis with LB Adrian Ross on a one-year contract. DALUS COWBOYS—Signed RB John Aveiy to a one-year contract. DENVER BRONCOS—Agreed to temis with FB Howard Griffith on a three-year contract Signed QB Steve Stenstrom and LB Antonio London. MIAMI DOLPHINS—Signed LB Tynjs McCloud. MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed TE John Davis. ST. LOUIS RAMS—Signed QB Paul Justin and DL Tyoka Jackson. Canadian Football League HAMILTON TIGER-CATS—Signed OL Steve Salter and QB Kelvin Robinson. MONTREAL ALOUETTES—Added WR Demeco Archangel and DB Jawsn CM to the roster. arenatootball2 BIRMINGHAM STEELDOGS—Announced DS Alphoriso Pogue has been assigned to the team. HOCKEY National Hockey League CALGARY FUMES—Promoted Inlertm coach Greg Gilbert to coach and signed him to a two- year contract. West Coast Hockey League WCHL—Rned Ihe Anchorage Aces and reprimanded them lor unprofessional and derogatory commenls, OLYMPICS USA BASKETBALL—Named Jim Boehelm coach and Emfe Kent and Phil Marlelll assistant coaches of the 2001 USA Basketball Wortd Championships for Young Men team. U.S. ANTI-DOPING AGENCY—Suspended Haelyn Jacobson lor oneyear lor testing positive for amphetamine al the U.S. Fencing Junior Olympics championships In Salt Lake City on Feb. 16. COLLEGE BRIGHAM YOUNG—Announced sophomore basketball G Ricky Bower Is transfening to the school Irom Wisconsin. CUVTON STATE—Named Gordon Gibbons men's basketball coach. CURRY—Named Todd GoclowsW women's basketball coach. DUQUESNE—Named Jarelt Durtiam associate athletic director lor development • • LAFAYETTE—Announced the relitement of Donald L Wheeler, athletic trainer, effective June 8. ST. JOHN FISHER—Announced athletic director Bob Ward has resigned as men's basksfeall coach. Named Rob Komaker men's basketball coach. SOUTH CAROLINA—Named Ernie Nestor men's assistant basketball coach. Broncos' fullback Griffith signs 3-year deal By The Associated Press DENVER — Fullback Howard Griffith, a key to Denver's rushing attack for four seasons, signed a three-year, $4.3 million contract with the Broncos on Tuesday He received a $300,000 signing bonus, with incentives worth $600,000 over three years. "He always wanted to stay in Denver," agent Mark Bartelstein said. "There were a number of teams that wanted to get Howard. We had to play it out. Ultimately, he wanted to stay a Bronco." Griffith, considered one of Denver's most valuable assets, is the lead blocker for running backs Terrell Davis, Glandis Gary and Mike Anderson. Davis ran for 2,008 yards in 1998 and averaged six yards per carry during the playoffs as the Broncos won their second Straight Super Bowl, After Davis tore knee ligaments four games in the 1999 season, Gary ran for a rookie record 1,159 yards. Anderson broke that record with 1,487 yards last year while Davis and Gary were sidelined by injuries. Meanwhile, the Broncos added a fifth quarterback to their roster Tuesday, signing free agent Steve Stenstrom to a contract on Tuesday Denver also signed linebacker Antonio London. Stenstrom will compete with Jarious Jackson and Ronnie McAda for the third quarterback spot when training camp opens this summer. Brian Griese returns as Denver's starter, and Gus Frerotte is the backup. Rams sign backup QB ST LOUIS — The St. Louis Rams signed veteran quarterback Paul Justin on Tuesday The Rams traded backup Trent Green on draft day to the Kansas City Chiefs for the 12th overall pick. The backup then became untested Joe Germaine, a fourth-roimd pick in 1999. Justin, a six-year NFL veteran, was active for five games with the Rams last year while Kurt Warner was sidelined with a broken finger He appeared in 10 games as the backup quarterback during the Rams' 1999 Super Bowl championship season. The Rams also signed free agent defensive lineman Tyoka Jackson, who spent the previous five years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Jackson played in all 16 games last season and made one start, finishing with two sacks and eight tackles. Swann retires PHOENIX — Defensive tackle Eric Swann retired, forced to quit football because of chronic knee problems that sidetracked his career. Swann played for the Arizona Cardinals and spent last season with the Carolina Panthers. He decided to retire a few weeks ago and told his agent last week to announce the decision. The 30-year-old player, who made two trips to the Pro Bowl, had seven operations in his nine years with the Cardinals. "It's not just the pain but what the future holds," agent Steve Zucker said Tuesday "He wants to be able to play with his kids. He wants to keep the knees that he's got left and not end up with artificial knees." EX'Emporia State TE signs EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Tight end John Davis signed with the Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday The 6-4, 26Q-pound Davis, from Emporia State, caught 17 passes for 202 yards and one touchdown last season for Minnesota. Before joining the Vikings, he spent three seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Terms of the agreemenfwere not disclosed. Besides Davis, tight ends on the Vikings roster include Byron Chamberlain, Andrew Jordan, Matt Cercone and Jeff Kostrewa. Fridays not just for preps By The Associated Press Friday night football, once reserved for high school, wUl now include coUege games • following a decision by the NCAA to remove legislation restricting them. The Mountain West Conference moved quickly when the restriction was lifted by the NCAA board of directors last week. UNLV has scheduled games on Friday, Sept. 7, against Northwestern and Friday, Sept.' 14, against Colorado State. Both games wUl be shown on ESPN. "We discussed this last week at our spring meetings," said Bret Giliiland, associate commissioner of the Mountain West. "We'U look at it case by case. There are issues on gates and on recruiting. Kids you are recruiting are out there, playing their own games on Friday nights." The Mid-American Conference has two Friday night da,tes, Minnesota at Toledo on Aug. 31 and the league champi- ' onship game on Nov 30. Both will be televised by ESPN2 Conference USA wUl play two Friday night games in November and the Western Athletic Conference will have one game, all which will be shown on'lES- PN. " "This will be an opportunity ; for some smaller conferences to get exposure," said Chris LaPla-- ca, a spokesman for ESPN. "We think the ratings wUl be pretty good." Oregon women's coach out EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon " ; women's basketball coach Jody Runge has resigned amid com- i plaints from eight players and • an investigation by a law firm hired by the school. Runge quit Monday in the "best interests of the program."'Athletic director Bill Moos said he did not ask for r her resignation. The coach's intense style and' criticism of her players — in private and in public — led to conflicts. Eight players met with Moos on March 4, although it was unclear if the meeting was requested by players or athletic department officials, who also have feuded with Runge. This season, Oregon finished 17-12, Rvinge's worst record in Eugene. Former Lal^er Hairston dies LOS ANGELES — Former Los Angeles Lakers forward Harold "Happy" Hairston, a member of what many consider the greatest basketball team of all time, died Tuesday. He was 58. The 6-foot-7 Hairston died at UCLA Medical Center from complications of inoperable prostate cancer, said family friend Donna Seaton. Hairston, who attended New York University, was playing for the Detroit Pistons when he^ was traded to the Lakersin November 1969 for BUly Hewitt. "He was one of the most fierce rebounders the Lakers have ever had. He was tough. He was a leaper. He was. very competitive and a good teammate. He was always a perfect gentleman on and off the floor. I liked him very much and I wiU miss him," longtime Lakers announcer Chick Hearn said Tuesday Swoopes' surgery a success HOUSTON— Sheryl Swoopes of the Houston Comets had surgery Tuesday to repair a torn cruciate ligament in her left knee. Team physician Dr. Walter Lowe said he saw no reason the WNBA's most valuable player should not make a fuU recovery. She wiU miss the upcoming season, which begins May 12. However, Lowe said Swoopes would be able to return next season. OIlio State recruit dies TOLEDO, Ohio — A top high school running back from Ohio who planned to play at Ohio State collapsed during a pickup basketball game and died. Drushaun Humphrey was pronoimced dead Monday at Medical CoUege of Ohio Hospital after arriving "in full arrest," said Jim Pauwels, a hospital official. A preliminary autopsy Tuesday did not reveal the cause of the death, the coroner's office said. The size and speed of the 6- foot-3, 240-poimd junior impressed Ohio State coaches so much he was offered and accepted a scholarship before his junior season. ' Tom Lemming, publisher of Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report, said Humphrey was among the nation's top 25 running backs. V

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free