C2 FRIDAY. MAY 4, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule FRIDAY, MAY 4 AUTO RACING 4 p.m. — NASCAR, Winston Cup, qualifying lor Ponliac ExcilemenI 400, IX, cable 28. 5:30 p.m. — NASCAR, Winslori Cup, linal practice lor Ponliac Excitemer^t 400, IX. cable 28. 7 p.m. — NASCAR, Susch Series, Hardee's 250, IX, cable 28. BASEBALL 2 p.m. — Major Leagues, Los Angeles at Chicago Cubs, WGN, cable 7. 6:30 p.m. — Major Leagues, St. Louis at Atlanta, WTBS, cable 26. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA, Toronto at New York, TNT, cable 41. BOXING 8 p.m. ~ Thomas Tate vs. Fernando Zuniga. ESPN2, cable 39. GOLF 11:30 a.m. — LPGA, Chick-H-A Charity Championship, ESPN, cable 38. 2 p.m. — PGA, Compaq Classic ol New Orleans, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 7 p.m. — NHL, Los Angeles at Colorado, ES PN, cable 38: FSRM, cable 55. HORSE RACING 2 p.m. — Thoroughbreds, Aegon Turf Sprint; Louisville Breedere' Cup Handicap & Crown Royal American Turl, ESPN2, cable 39. 4 p.m. — Thoroughbreds, Kentucky Oaks, ES- PN2, cable 39, Baseball Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Hall Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Arkansas (Angels) 14 II .560 -Wichita (Royals) 12 13 .480 2 Shreveport (Giants) 12 15 .444 3 Tulsa (Rangers) 11 15 .423 3'A Western Division W L PcL GB Round Rock (Astros) 20 7 .741 — San Antonio (Mariners) 16 10 .615 3V4 Midland (Athletics) 14 13 .519 6 El Paso (D'backs) 6 21 .222 14 Wednesday's results No games scheduled. Thursday's results El Paso 6, Shreveport 4 Arkansas 4, Midland 3 Hound Rock 6, Tulsa 3 San Antonio at Wichita, ppd., rain Friday's games Arkansas at Midland Round Rock at Tulsa San Anionio al Wichita, 2,6 p.m. Shreveport at El Paso Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L x-Nebraska 16 6 35 12 x-Baylor 16 8 33 18 x-TexasTech 17 9 37 IS x-Texas 17 10 32 21 Oklahoma Stale 13 11 35 15 Texas ASM 12 12 27 23 Iowa State 9 11 19 23 Oklahoma 10 13 20 28 Kansas Slate 9 15 24 24 Missouri 10 17 28 20 Kansas 5 22 21 29 x-Clinched a berth in the Big 12 Toumament at Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, May 16-20. Wednesday's results Texas Tech 6, Texas A&M-Corpus Christ! 2; Oklahoma 10, Texas-Arlington 6; Kansas 8, Park, Mo. 2; Wichita State 9, Kansas State 5; Brigham Young al Oklahoma Stale, ccd. Thursday's results No games scheduled. Friday's games Kansas at Kansas State, 4 p.m.; Oklahoma Stale at Nebraska. 6:30 p.m.; Iowa Stale al Oklahoma, 7 p.m.; Texas at Texas A&M, 7 p.m. State college BETHANY 7, KANSAS WESLEYAN 5 Bethany 060 001 0 — 7 11 0 Kansas Wesleyan aZQ Oto 0 — S 10 0 Obetmueller, Sungy (7) and Nelson; Camley and Bethge. WP—Obermueller. LP—Camley. S—Sungy. 2B—B: Sungy, Wetter, Harmison; KW: Bethge. 3B—B: Wealherly. HR—KW: Bethge. Juco linescores Wednesday's games HUTCHINSON 23, COLBY 18 Hutchinson (11)40 105 2 - 23 25 0 Colby 1 42 500 6 - 16 13 5 WP —Tani. LP — Vont2 (1-7). COLBY 12, HUTCHINSON 10 Hutchinson 320 010 4 - 10 10 1 Colby 070 401 0 - 12 9 0 WP - Johnson (3-7). LP - Lynch. High school ELL-SALINE 19, LINCOLN 4 Ell-Sallne 219 7 — 19 13 0 Lincoln 040 0 — A 3 5 Atkins and Berlrand; Pagan and Little. WP — Atkins (2-3). LP —Pagan. ELL-SALINE 10, LINCOLN 0 Ell-Salino 230 50 — 10 5 0 Lincoln 000 00 — 0 2 1 McCullough and Bettrand; Abell and Pacey. WP — McCullough (2-2). LP — Abell. HAVEN 5, SMOKY VALLEY 3 Haven 200 110 1 - 5 6 2 Smoky Valley 101 100 0 - 3 5 3 Shepard, Meyer (4) and Towell; Gibbs, Smilh (6) and Hazelwood, WP — Meyer. LP — Gibbs. 2B — H: Galloway. 3B — H: Loop. HAVEN 12, SMOKY VALLEY 2 Haven 001 421 4 - 12 11 3 Smoky Valley 020 000 00 - 2 2 8 Hein and Towell; Ruud, Smilh (7) and Hazelwood. WP — Hein. LP — Ruud. 3B — H: Meyer 2, Loop. Basketball How to contact us: Harold Bechard sJhbechard@saljournal.ccm Erik Bonar sjebonar@salJournal.com Bob Davidson sIbdavldson@saljournal.com Arne Green sJargreen@salJournal.com Larry Morltz sjlmoritz@salJournal.com Christian D Orr sJcorr@saljournal.com Troy Paiensl<e sjtpalensl<firstname.lastname@example.org 800 phone line 800-827-6363 Ext. 160 Local phone line 785-823-6363 Ext. 160 Fax number 785-827-6060 NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-ot-S) Wednesday's results Toronto 100, New York 93, series lied 2-2 Philadelphia 88, Indiana 85, Philadelphia wins series 3-1 Sacramento 89, Phoenix 82, Sacramento wins series 3-1 Thursday's result Dallas 84, Utah 83, Dallas wins series 3-2 Friday's game Toronto at New York, 7 p.m. NBA summary MAVS 84, JAZZ 83 DALLAS (84) NowitzW 3-11 10-10 18, Howard 6-15 7-9 19, Bradley 1-2 0-0 2, Nash 3-110-1 9, Finley 13-24 4-4 33, Eisley 0-2 0-0 0, Booth 1-21-2 3, Maxwell 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-68 22-26 84. UTAH (83) Marshall 4-7 3-411, Malone 9-28 6-8 24, Polynice 5-10 2-2 12, Slockton 2-4 0-0 4, Russell 5-12 34 15, Manning 2-7 0-0 4, Vaughn 0-2 0-0 0, Slarks 2-6 2-2 7, Osterlag 2-3 0-0 4, Crotty 0-0 22 2. Totals 31-79 18-22 83. Dallas 16 17 24 27-84 Utah 20 58 23 12-83 3-Point Goals—Dallas 8-18 (Finley 3-6, Nash 37, Nowitzki 2-4, Eisley 0-1), Utah 3-10 (Russell 26, Slarifs 1-3, Marshall 0-1). Fouled out-None. Rebounds—Dallas 47 (Howard 8), Utah 50 (Malone 10). Assisls-Dallas 12 (Nash 7), Utah 19 (Slockton 11). Total louls—Dallas 23, Utah 24. Technicals-Ostertag. A—19,911 (19,911). USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pet. GB Maryland 2 1 .667 — Brooklyn 1 1 .500 'A Pennsylvania 2 2 .500 'A Long Island 1 2 .333 1 Atlantic City 0 4 .000 2 'A Southern Division W L Pet. GB Florida 3 0 1.000 — Oklahoma 3 1 .750 'A Kansas 1 1 .500 VA Lakeland 2 2 .500 1'A Dodge City 0 1 .000 2 Wednesday's results Maryland 99, Atlantic City 98 Oklahoma 102, Long Island 94 Lakeland 92, Kansas 89 Thursday's results Dodge City al Florida, (n) Long Island at Pennsylvania, (n) Oklahoma at Brooklyn, (n) Friday's games Dodge City at Lakeland Kansas at Florida, 6:30 p.m. Brooklyn at Long Island Maryland at Pennsylvania Track & field Today's schedule FRIDAY, MAY 4 BASEBALL Manhattan vs. Sallna South at Evans Stadium, 4 p.m. Chase County vs. Sallna Sacred Heart at Malson Field, 4:30 p.m. Minnesota at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. Sallna Central al Hays Classic BASKETBALL Kansas at Florida, 6:30 p.m. SOCCER Salina South girls al Topeka West, 4:30 p.m. SOFTBALL Salina South at Hays, 3 p.m. Southeast ol Saline al Russell, 4 p.m. Brown Mackle in Region 6 Tounament al Shawnee Kansas Wesleyan In KCAC Toumament al Hlllsbonj TRACK & FIELD Salina Central Invitational at Sallna Stadium, 3:30 p.m. Sl-Sallne al Lincoln, 3:45 p.m. ' Salina Sacred Heart & Southeast of Saline al Elllnwood, 4 p.m. High school SHARON SPRINGS INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Weskan 153, Grinnell 129, Triplains 80, Sharon Springs 61, Golden Plains 80, Cheylin 49. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Okeson, W, 16.61; 2. Cox, W, 18.21. 300m hurdles — 1. Okeson, W, 44.8; 2. Cox, W, 48.3; 3. Waltman, T, 48.3. 100m dash — I. Patlch, C, 11.5; 2. Lager, G, 12.1; 3. Assanli, T, 12.9. 200m dash — 1. Partch, C, 23.93; 2. Mackley, T, 24.40:3. Lager, G, 24.46. 400m dash — 1. Mackley, T, 54.9; 2. Juenemann, GP, 574; 3. Lopez, W, 59.7. eoom run — 1. Welsh, W, 2:14.5; 2. Lottin, W, 2:14.6; 3. Oslmeyer, G, 2:15.8. 1,600m nin — 1. Welsh, W, 5:16.0; 2. Cox, W, 5:21.8; 3. Faber,C,6:2ai. 3,200m run - 1. Cox, W, 11:50.0; 2. Davis, SS, 11:51.8; 3. Palmer, T, 12:23.8. 400m relay - 1. Cheylin, 48.7; 2. Weskan, 49.6; 3. Triplains, 49.6. 1,600m relay -1. Weskan, 3:49.6; 2. Grinnell, 3:51.6; 3. Triplains, 3:54.5. 3,200m relay — 1. Weskan, 9:50.9; 2. Sharon Springs, 10:01.3; 3. Triplains, 11:35.2. Shot put — 1. Well, G, 42-11; 2. Albers, GP, 3a-7',4;3.Baum,SS,37-5. Discus — 1. Woll. G, 116-4; 2. Flemming, C, 106-0; 3. Brelz, T, 100-9. High jump — 1. Welser, G, 5-10; 2. Blxenman, G, 5-10; 3. Lager, G, 5-10. Long Jump — 1. Bixenman, G, 21-7; 2 Welser, G,. 19-4 'A; 3. Carnien, GP, 18-10%. Triple lump — 1. Blxenman, G, 41-3'/S; 2, Okeson, W, 40-1%; 3. Welser, G, 39-4'/<. Javelin — 1. Woll, G, 141-4; 2. Brelz, T, 130-1; 3. Steele, W, 120-6. Pole vault — 1. Heyl, SS, 13-2; 2. Welsh, SS, 10-6; 3. Larson, SS, 10-6. GIRLS Team scores Cheylin 112, Triplains 112, Sharon Springs 108, Golden Plains 87, Weskan 56, Grinnell 62. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Latham, T, 17,41; 2. Zumbahlen, C, 17:43; 3. Unruh, SS, 18.43. 300m hurdles — 1. Latham, T, 50.15; 2. Williams, SS, 51.93; 3. Zumbahlen, C, 53.72. 100m dash — 1, Utham, T, 13.87; 2. Williams, SS, 14.11; 3. Rogers, GP, 14.12. 200m dash — 1. Barrett, T, 28.80; 2. Rogers, GP, 29.41; 3. Williams, SS,30.0. 400m dash — 1. Poore, C, 1:06.84; 2. Riedel, GP, 1:08.65; 3, Slebert,SS, 1:09.45. aoom run — 1, Stephens, G, 2:40.21; 2. Welsh, W, 2:46.00; 3. Mense, G, 2:46.46. 1,600m run — 1. Welsh, W, 6:03.93; 2. Brockleman, GP, 6:04.09; 3. Selbert, SS, 6:06.30. 3,200m run — 1. Zumbahlen, C, 14:21.1; 2. Barber, W, 15:39.3; 3. Presson, T, 19:44.3. 400m relay — 1. Triplains, 55.36; 2. Sharon Springs, 57.51; 3. Grinnell, 57.71. 1,600m relay — 1. Sharon Springs, 4:43.12; 2. Golden Plains, 4:49.74; 3. Cheylin, 5:01.03. 3,200m relay — 1. Cheylin, 11:11.38; 2. Golden Plains, 12:45.14; 3. Weskan, 13:39.18. Shot put — 1. Lewallen, T, 37-7 'A; 2. Hickert, GP, 36-9; 3. Bussen, SS, 33-8 'A. Discus — 1. Lewallen, T, 111-2; 2. Hickert, GP, 101-8; 3. Strell, SS, 88-0. High lump — 1. Poore, C, 5-4; 2. Zumbahlen, C, 5-2; 3. Baalman, G, 5-0. Long jump -1. Poore, C, 16-3; 2. Blxenman, 15-874; 3. Barrett, T, 15-7. Triple lump — 1. Barrett, T, 33-3 'A; 2. Snyder, C, 30-11 'A; 3. Siebart, SS. 30-9 'A. Javelin — 1. Lewallen, T, 96-9; 2. Bussen, SS, 95-1;3.Streil, SS, 91-0. Pole vaull — 1. Juenemann, GP, 8- 'A; 2. Unruh, SS, 7-6; 3. Hackerott, W, 7-0. Thursday's results Toronto 3, New Jersey 1, series tied 2-i St Louis 4, Dallas 1, St Louis v»ins series 4-0 Friday's game Los Angeles at Colorado, 7 p.m. Auto racing Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Wednesday's results BuHalo 5, Pittsburgh 2, series tied 2-2 Colorado 3, Los Angeles 0, Colorado leads series 3-1 Busch qualifying HARDEE'S 250 1. (17) Malt Kenseth, Chevrolet, 125.780 mph. 2. (48) Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, 125.576. 3. (1) Jimmy Spencer, Chevrolet, 125.255. 4. (02) Ryan Newman, Ford, 125.255. 5. (10) Jeff Green, Ford, 124.890. 6. (98) Ellon Sawyar, Ford, 124.567. 7. (21) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 124.287. 8. (60) Greg Billle, Ford, 124.229. 9. (57) Jason Keller, Ford, 124.092. to. (92) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolel, 124.058. 11. (26) Bobby Hamilton Jr., Chevrolet, 123.916. 12. (2) Kevin Hanrick, Chevrolet, 123.836. 13. (71) Kevin Lepage, Ford, 123.632. 14. (33) Tony Raines, Chevrolel, 123.462 15. (34) David Green, Chevrolet, 123.462. 16. (43) Jay Sauler, Chevrolet, 123.451. 17. (36) Hank Parker Jr., Chevrolet, 123.400. 16. (20) Mike McUughlln, Ponliac, 123.271. 19. (35) Lyndon Amick, Chevrolel, 123.243. 20. (7) Randy LaJole, Chevrolel, 123.203. 21. 46) Ashton Lewis Jr., Chevrolet 123.136. 22. 00) Todd Bodlne, Chevrolel, 123.046.' 23. (18) Jell Punris, Ponliac, 122.666. 24. (37) Kevin Gnrbb, Chevrolel, 122.644. 25. (28) Brad Baker, Chevrolet, 122.610. 26. (23) Scott Wimmer, Ponliac, 122.588. 27. (05) Hal Goodson, Chevrolet 122.571. 28. (27) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet 122.499. 29. (31) Sieve Park, Chevrolet, 122460. 30. (77) Jason Rudd, Ford, 122.377. 31. (11) Marty Houston, Chevrolel 122.371. 32. (63) Shane Hall, Ford, 122.189. 33. (59) Rich BlcklB, Chevrolet, 121.973. 34. (61) Tim Sauler, Chevrolel, 121.902. 35. (25) David Donohue, Chevrolet, 120.795. 36. (66) Tim Fedewa, Chevrolet, 120.746. 37. (74) Chad Utile, Chevrolet, Provisional. 38. (14) Larry Foyt, Chevrolet Provisional. 39. (49) Joe Bush, Chevrolet, Provisional. 40. (8) Joe Falk, Chevrolel, Provisional. 41. (54) Kelly Denton, Chevrolel, ProvislonaL 42. (86) Sean Studer, Chevrolet, Provisional. 43. (5) Eddie Beahr, Chevrolet, Provisional. Golf PGA scores COMPAQ CLASSIC Paul Slankowski 30-31—61 Brian Watts 34-30-64 Kenny Perry 31-33-64 Jim Carter 34-31-65 Keith Cleaniraler 34-31-65 Brian Wilson 33-32-65 David Toms 35-31—66 Tom Pernice Jr. 33-33-66 Kelly Grunewald 37-29-66 Brian Gay 33-33—66 Phil MIckolson 33-33—66 Chris TIdland 35-31—66 Tommy Tolles 35-32—67 Hal Sutton 32-35—67 Scott Verplank 33-34—67 Fuzzy Zoelfer Frank Uckllter Bob May Shlgekl Maruyama Ernie Els Joe DuranI TedTryba Brad Fabel BUI Glasson Andrew Magee Frank Nobllo Craig Bariow Kirk Triplet! Brian Henninger Russ Cochran David Peoples Woody Austin Jerry Kelly Mike Weir Scott Simpson Brent Qelberger Harrison Frazar Marti Hensby Franklin Langham David Duval Nick Price Scott Hoch ' JeH Sluman Steve Strieker J.L. Lewis Joel Edwards K.J. Choi Mike Blandly Scoll Dunlap Stephen Ames Brett Quigley Michael Muehr Charies Howell III Msthew Goggin BobTway Blaine McCallister Fulton Allem Cartos Franco Jonathan Kaye John Riegger Esleban Toledo Glen Day Scott McCarron Greg Norman Tim Herron Gabriel HJertstedl Edward Fiyatt Lee Porter Steve Flesch Jefl Hart Andrew McLardy Brent Schwanirock Hunter Haas David Frost Bradley Hughes Greg Chalmers Doug Barron Michael Clark II John Cook Len Mattiace Jay Williamson Neal Lancaster Kaname Yokoo Paul Gow Jeremy Anderson Jeff Brehaut Shaun Michael Dicky Pride Chip Beck Craig Stadier Garren Willis GeoHOgilvy Pete Jordan Craig Kanada Rodney Butcher Aaron Bengoechea Marco Dawson Mari< Calcavecchia Grant Waits Dudley Hart Ian Leggatt Steve Lowery Jose Coceres Brad Faxon Robin Freeman Tommy Amiour III Jason Gore Briny Balrd Kevin Johnson Richie Coughlan Jay Don Blake Sean Murphy JeH Julian Cameron Beckman Emanuele Canonica Tim Thelen MatlGogel MarkWiebe Rocky Walchor Steve Elklngton Rich Beem JackNicklaus David Moriand IV Clllf Kresgs Aaron Baddeley Robert Oamron Doug Dunakey Jerry Smith Joe Ogilvia Chris DiMarco Danny Ellis Chris Smith Kelly Gibson J.P. Hayes Craig Parry David Lee Tom Bynim Jimmy Green Gary NIoMaus Kevin Sulheriand Joey Gulllon 34-33-67 34-33-67 31-36-67 32-35-67 34-33-67 34-33-67 33-34-67 34-33-67 34-34-68 33-35-68 31-37-68 33-35-68 34-34-68 33-35—68 35-33-68 31-37-68 34-34-68 3S-33-66 32-36-68 33-35-68 33-35-68 36-32-«8 31-37-68 33-36-69 35-34-^9 35-34—69 36-33-69 37-32-69 34-35-69 33-35-69 35-34-69 36-33-69 35-34—69 34-35-69 34-35-69 36-34—69 34-35-69 35-34-69 35-34-69 33-36-69 37-32—69 34-3S-69 35-34-69 36-33-69 34-35-«9 35-35—70 34-36—70 34-36—70 36-35—70 35-35—70 36-34—70 37-33—70 35-35—70 33-37—70 34-36-70 35-35—70 36-34—70 35-35—70 35-35—70 35-35-70 36-34—70 36-34—70 34-36—70 39-31—70 33-37—70 35-35—70 35-35—70 35-35—70 37-33—70 32-38—70 35-35—70 35-36-71 35-36—71 36-35—71 35-36—71 37-34—71 35-36-71 35-36-71 36-35-71 36-35—71 37-34—71 34-37—71 38-33—71 34-37—71 34-37—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 34-37—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 36-35—71 36-35—71 35-36-71 33-38—71 37-34—71 36-36-72 36-36—72 37-35—72 37-35-72 38-34—72 36-36—72 36-36—72 37-35—72 37-35—72 37-36—73 38-35—73 39-34—73 40-33—73 35-38—7339-34—73 37-36—73 .39-34—73 37-36—73 38-35—73 38-35-73 34-39-73 38-35—73 36-37—73 36-37—73 35-38-73 36-37—73 36-38—74 37-37—74 36-38—74 35-39—74 36-36—74 Steve Jones Kent Jones Sieve Pate Craig Peris Ben Ferguson JoeOzakI Mike Hulbert Stephen Allan J.J. Henry Cari Paulson Soccer 37-38—75 37-38^75 40-3^-76 36-3»-76 40-35—75 39-37-76 39-37—76 40-36-76 40-36—76 38-39-77 High school girls SAUNA CENTRAL 6 JUNCTION CITY 0 Sallna Central 2 4-6 Junction City 0 0- First half — SC: Resales (assist Gonzales), 27lh minute; SC; Mammen (unassisted), 35th. Second ball — SC: Gariow (unassisted), 46lh minute; SC: Rosales (unassisted), 68th; SC: Garlow (unassisted), 73rd; SC: Gariow (Jones), 78lh. 'Shots — SC 42, JC 3. Saves — SC 1, JC 17. Goalkeepers — SC: A.J. Young; JC: NA. AP sportlight IMay4 1935 — Omaha, ridden by Willis Saunders, wins the Kentucky Dertjy by 1 'A lengths over Roman Soldier. Omaha goes on lo win the Triple Crown. 1940—Gallahadion, a 35-1 long shot ridden by Carroll Bierman, wins the Kenlucky Derby by 1 'A lengths over favorite Blmelech. 1946 — Assault, ridden by Warren Mehrtens, wins the Kentucky Derby by eight lengths over Spy Song. Assault goes on to win the Triple Crown. 1957 — Iron Uege, ridden by Bill Hartack, wins the Kenlucky Dertjy by a nose when |ockey Willie Shoemaker, atop Gallant Man, lakes the lead but misjudges the finish line. Shoemaker stands up In the saddle before the finish, allowing Iron Uege lo win. 1968—Dancer's Image, ridden by Bob Ussery, wins the Kentutky Dertjy by 1 'A lengths over Forward Pass. Three days later. Dancer's Image Is disqualified when traces ol a painkiller are lound In tests. Forward Pass Is declared the winner. Peter Fuller, owner ol Dancer's Image, challenges the recall and the Kentucky Racing Commission later rules that Dancer's Image won the race but not the purse. 1969 — The Montreal Canadians beat the St Louis Blues 2-1 lo win the Stanley Cup with a four-game sweep, 1993 — Dale Hunter ol the Washington Capitals receives a record 21-game suspension without pay Irom the NHL lor a bllndslde check on the New Yori< Islanders' Pierre Turgeon In a playoff game April 28. 1994 — Charies Bari<ley scores 56 polnte, including a playoff record 38 in the first hail, to lead the Phoenix Suns to a 140-133 victory over the Golden State Warriors. 1999 — The New Jersey Devils become the lirst top-seeded learn to lose in the llrst round ol Ihe playoffs In consecutive years when Ihey loss 4-2 to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 7. 2000 — Keith Prlmeau ends Ihe third-longest game in NHL history by scoring at 12:01 ol Ihe fifth overtime to give the Philadelphia Flyers a 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins, tying their Eastem Conlerence semilinal series at 2-2. Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Promoted OF Damell McDonald lo Rochester of the International League and OF Tim Raines Jr. to Bowie ol the Eastem League. Called up OF Eugene KIngsale from Rochester. Sent RHP Jorge Julio to Bowie. TEXAS RANGERS—Placed OF Chad Curtis on the 15-day disabled list Purchased Ihe contract ol OF Ruben Sierra from Oklahoma of Ihe PCL Designated RHP Danvin Cubilian for as- slgnment National League HOUSTON ASTROS—Placed INF Charlie Hayes on the restricted list. Recalled INF Keith GInter from New Orieans of Ihe PCL LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Placed C Paul LoDuca on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 29. Purchased Ihe conlract ol C Brian Johnson from Las Vegas ol the PCL. FOOTBALL National Football League CAROLINA PANTHERS—Signed RB Adrian Murrell and OL Tanner RusselL Waived HB Wilmont Perry. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS-Walved QB, Jimmy Blanchard. Signed DT Antonio Mays and TE Lawrence Hart. ST. LOUIS RAMS—Signed DE Cedric Jones, LB Bamikole Ayi, S Willie Gray, TE Giles Cole and RB Craig Walendy. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Re-signed LB Orlando Rutt. Agreed to terms with OL Raleigh Roundtree. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Announced the resignation ol Bill Walsh, general manager. Named Teny Donahue general manager. SEAHLE SEAHAWKS—Agreed to tenns with CB Willie Williams on a two-year contract AREA FISHING REPORT CEDAR BLUFF RESERVOIR Temperature: 54 degrees Channel Catfish: Poor. No Reports, lim- rled angler activity at this time. Dying and stressing gizzard shad being blown onto windward shores nnay concentrate catfish in shallow water providing good opportunities eariy or late in the day. Good numbers and wide size range of catfish available for this year. Crappie; Good 10-14 inchesSonne crappie still being caught in the Spillway Cove area and along the lace of the dam. Small jigs and slab spoons still wori<ing tjest lished Irom 10' oul to 30' water. The most consistent area producing crappie is in and around the covered lishing pier in Cove 1. Largemouth Bass: Fair, 14-20 Inches. Bass success is sporadic, depending on weather and wind. Spinnertjails. pig-n-jlg, and/or tul^e balls working best lishing the flooded brush and timber towards the west end ol the lake and hallway up the major reservoir coves. Walleye: Good, 14-24 inches. Still a few walleye being caughl casting 1/4 oz. plastic jigs irom either end ol the dam and/or south shore rocky points. White BassWipers: Good, 10-12/15-24 inches. White bass and wipers being caught later in Ihe day, especially after days of high winds, along the dam or over underwater main-lake polnte. Chrome slabs and large white bucl<lail jigs still the best baits to use. GLEN ELDER RESERVOIR Temperature: 60 degrees. Lake Elevation: 0.9' low CHANNEL CATFISH: Fair. All sizes available. A lew anglers using shad on the upper end ol reservoir. Granite and Walnut Creeks with limited success. Most activity being reported in both river systems. CRAPPIE: Poor; all. A lew anglers reporting crappie success picking up in Mill Creek and in Marina Cove. No current report Irom any other locations. RAINBOW TROUT: Good 10-12 inch. Angling activity has slowed some, but a lew trout were han/ested this weekend. WALLEYE: Fair, variable. Walleye anglers reporting some success in 10-15 ieel of water on the upper end of resenroir. Best method has been to anchor close lo stmc- ture and vertical lish. Some deep water lish have been caughl close to structure on days not too windy lo lish. Boat anglers shouM concentrate their efforts on old river channels and breaks. WnrrE BASS:Good 1-3 pound. Good numbers of fish reported coming out ol the river systems. I^ostly smaller males with some larger lish being creeled. Log jams are popular sites. This spawning adivlly should increase and probably peek this week. KANOPOLIS RESERVOIR Temperature: 60 degrees. Lake Elevation: 7-feet up. CRAPPIE: Fair. Calching a few this past weekend off the rocks — Jigs appear to be the best bait. Won't be long until they will be moving shallower if Ihe water continues to warm fast. The lake Is muddy and taking in a lot of water right now due lo last weeks rain — may stimulate the crappie to move up in the flooded bnjsh and vegetation — might be good if Ihey don't drop the lake too fast. Channel Catfish: Excellent 1 to 3 pounds. Reports of catfish all over the lake with the recent Inllows. Will likely get real good in Ihe outlet wtien they begin the re leases. Also try Ihe flooded vegeatalion — catfish like to move up there to feed. RAINBOW TROUT: Poor, 10 to 18 inches. The last stocking ol the year was on March 23 — 1500 fish. Anglers have been having the best luck on small spinners but also catching fish on woniis. Power Bait, and com. Would guess that the numbers are dwindling and the trout season is over •— therefore trout stamps are no longer required but creel l/mrls remain in effeoti WALLEYE/SAUGEYE: Fair. Walleye and saugeye were caughl this past weekend olf Ihe dam and rocky points — looked like they were on the verge ol taking off. The high muddy water may slow things up but saugeye like it real shallow — try the flooded brush and vegetation with a slip bobber and womi or a small crankbait. WHITE BASS: Fair. All sizes. Was ready to rate the river as excellent but Ihe rains have toiled the lishing again lor awhilel High, muddy water makes white bass lish ing lough — try to lind a mud line somewhere and lish the edges. WIPERS: Poor. All sizes. Got Ihe first report of wipers a week ago and the lake muddies up — imagine it will lout them up. KIRWIN RESERVOIR Temperature: 58. Lake Elevation: 3.2' below CE. CATFISH: Fair. Wide range. A lew channel catfish being taken by anglers lishing standard baits in the upper ends of both amis. CRAPPIE: Good. Wide range. Good to excellent using jigs and minnows near shoreline cover in the coves, and on road beds and along the edge of flooded timtjer in the Bow Creek ami, wide size range with many over 15," several over 2 lbs. reported. LARGEMOUTH BASS: Fair. Wide range. Fair numbers reported by anglers using a variety ol lutes near shoreline cover lakewide. WALLEYE: Good. Wide size rang. Good to very good irom boats using jig 'n wonn along Ihe treeline in the Gray's Part< area, on road beds in the Bow Creek ami and along the edge ol the big flat between the Bow Creek and North Fori< ann, also sortie nice catches reported by shoreline anglers lishing the access areas wast ol Ihe refuge tjouy line, many 15 - 20,' larger lish common. WHITE BASS: Fair, 10-15 inch avg.Fairty good numbers being caught along with walleye and crappie. WIPERS: Fair, 3-8 lb. avg. Good using topwaler baits along the dam during eariy morning hours, also some being taken along with walleye and crappie lakewide. LOVEWELL RESERVOIR Temperature: 62 degrees. L^Ke Elevation: 0.5' over pool CHANNEL CATFISH: Fair, all sizes available. Angling activity has picked up, and a lew reports ol anglers catching lish in the Iributaries on the upper end have tjeen received. A few keepers have also been creeled ol the shoreline ol the State Pari<. Shad is best bail. CRAPPIE: Poor. A lew lish have been caughl oK Ihe fish attrador al Cedar Point and in lilarina Cove. WALLEYE: Good, 19-22 inches. Some keepers being caught olf Ihe dam and wal- eye point, as well as the upper end ol reservoir in shallow water. A lew limits tjeing reported. WHITE BASS/WIPERS: Fair, 1-2 pounds. Some whites being reported off walleye point and the south end ol dam. Have received one report of whiles being caught on the west end ol resenroir. SEBELIUS RESERVOIR Temperature: 59. Uke Elevation: 5.6' below C£ BLUEGILL: Fair 6-8 inches. Fair numbers being taken along with crappie. CHANNEL CATFISH; Good 2-5 lb. avg.Traditional baite are producing fairty good numbers ol nice cats in the upper hall ol the lake. CRAPPIE: Good 'A -l lb. avg. Jigs and minnows are producing good numbers ol fish around Ihe docks in Leota Cove and lairiy good numbers around shoreline cover in coves lakewide as lish are moving up shallow in preparation for Ihe spawn. LARGEMOUTH BASS: Excellent Wide range. Crankbaits, jeri<baits and spinner- baite are producing oxceiiBnl numbers of bass lakewide, majority running under 16" but larger lish common with a 7 lb, 12 oz lish reported last week. SAUGEYE/WALLEYE: Excellent, Wide range. Wori<ingiig n' wonn and trolling shad raps on the road beds, excellent numbers, many sub-legals but good numbers ol keepers also. WIPERS: Good. Wide range. Some ol Ihe better success reported by anglers casting crankbaits along the dam, majority in the 3 lo 4 lb. range. WEBSTER RESERVOIR Temperature: 59. Lake Elevation: 3.2' below CE BLACK BASS: Good. Wide range. Good to excellent using jigs and spinner baite near shoreline cover in the coves and firebreak lines, wide-size range with big fish common; occasional smallmouth being caught oil the points, the bluffs and along Ihe dam. CATFISH: Fair. Wide range. Some ntee cats being laken trotlines in Ihe upper end. CRAPPIE: Fair. Wide range. Rsh are beginning to move shallow In preparation lor the spawn. Some ol the belter success reported by anglers wading and doodling in the flooded bnish along the south side. RAINBOW TROUT: Fair1/2 lb. ave.Still a lew trout being caught in the stilling basin and river using salmon eggs, power bait and small spinners. Water temperature could get critical eariy this year so harvest is encouraged; trout season ended April 15 so trout pennite are not currently required. WALLEYE: Fair. Wide range. Shoreline anglers are beginning to pick up a few shallow tiy wading the road beds and casting jigs and crankbarts. Boat lishing should be productive lor anglers using jig 'n womn on the flooded parking areas, road beds and points. WIPERS/WHITE BASS: Good. Wide size range. Sporadic, very good at limes casting jigs and plastic ieri< bafts along both ends ol the dam and in the openings in Ihe flooded limber in the lower end, best eaiiy in the morning. Wide size range for wipers with 2 - 4 lbs. the most common but good numbers ol large lish being laken also. Whiles are averaging 12-15". WILSON RESERVOIR Temperature: 60 Degrees. Lake Elevation: Conservation BLACK BASS: Fair. All sizes. Starting lo gel a lots ol reports ol smallmouth along Ihe dam and off the rocky points. Try the steeper rocky blufls and the creek areas with spinner barts. suspending crank baits, and jig-n-pig. We are running a creel survey again this year at Wilson so you will likely be approached by a creel cleri< for some In- lomiation — please help us better manage the fishery by providing him with Ihe inlor- mation he asks for Tommie Bsrger - Fisheries Biologist. CRAPPIE: Fair. Up to 2 pounds. Several reports of crappie In Hell Creek and Minooka off Ihe sleeper bluffs around Ihe bmshplles on chartueuse jigs. Continue to get reports of big crappie and they will be moving up to spawn - usually not till the first ol May - no crappie reported shallow yet. STRIPERS: Excellent 3 to 12 pounds. Good reports ol stripers olf the steeper rocky bluff areas and along Ihe deeper river channels on live bait. Wade llshennen are catching fish off the points in Hell Creek and points near the dam. Other wind blown points Irom Mlnooka to the dam should be good with bucktail jigs and large roadnin- ners. WALLEYE: Good, all sizes. A number ol reports of walleye off the rocky points near the dam and the dam itself on jigs. Also, some reports of walleye off the points In Hell Creek—mostly smaller fish — and in 18 to 24 feet of water off Pelican Point and other points lo the dam on jig-n-mlnnows and Jig-n-wonn. Also, got a report ol some fish on the flate up near Elm Creek and Duval this past weekend — looks like the walleye are getting better and better. WHITE BASS; Good, up to 2 lbs. Some good reports of fish in Ihe river west of the Bunker Hill bridge — seems sporadk: as I fished 3 hours Thursday afternoon and only caught 7. Some fish are nice — yellow jigs and roadmnners best. The weekend rains stained the river a bit but no real problems. Lote of shad and carp spawning in the river loo — Ihe white bass nin usually winds down when those species show up. Whiles also being taken off the windblown points In the main lake with walleye and stripers. WHITE PERCH: Fair 6-I0-IO inches. Have heard of a few fish in the river with the white bass but they are running smalt JEWELL STATE RSHING LAKE Channel Catfish: Fair. 1-2 poundersA lew anglers have caught a few smaller cats using shad parts. Fish feeders are functional now. Largemouth Bass: Fair. All size ranges. A few fish beginning lo move in shallow water, available to most shoreline anglers. Remember to release all bass less than 15 Inches. Walleye: Fair-15 inch plus. No lim'ite being reported, but several anglers reporting a lew being caught while drifting across Ihe lake with nIghlcrawlerB. White Crappie: Good. Small 7-8 inch- More reports coming in on small 7-9 Inch fish being caught with an occasional keeper. Crappie have moved to the banks and are available to the shoreline angler. OTTAWA STATE FISHING LAKE BLUEGILL: Fair, 6 lo 8 inches. Bluegiil like wami water and just got the first report on some nk» bluegiil being taken by crappie anglers in the shallows near the bmsh. CHANNEL CATFISH: Good, all sizes- Good reports ol catfish in the upper end on shad sides and gboanls. Other reports of catfish lakewide — some on wonns. CRAPPIE: Good, 9 to 12 inches. The lake Is still a bit stained but clearing up some and guess I'm a bit behind on the crappie report. They are up in the shallows around the vegetation —cattails and lily pad stems—and have benn oH and on for 2 weeks. Best baite are small white and chartniese jigs V lished about 6 Inches under a bobber. Rsh vary from as shallow as 6 inches and as deep as 3 feet Variety of sizes but keep all you catch. LARGEMOUTH BASS; Good, all sizes. Bass generally can be taken on spinner baits and jig-n-pig in the upper end which wartins quicker. The creek anns should be good now and around Ihe half-cuts along the shoreline. Crappie anglers are catching bass on ligs shallow. ROOKS STATE LAKE CHANNEL CATFISH: Good1-3 lb. avg. Falriy good numbers of channels being caught on traditional baite lakewide, best from late evening through eariy morning. LARGEMOUTH BASS: Good, 15-18 inches. Good suing a variety of artiliclals near shoreline cover lakewide. SALINE STATE RSHING LAKE All Species; Fair. We have a creel sunrey going on at the lake this year so you will likely be asked for some infomiation from the creel clerit. Please help us out by being cooperative and providing all the Infomia tion you eani Tommie Borger - Fisheries Biologist Channel Catfish: Fair, all sizes. The lake opened to fishing April 1 and will remain open Irom 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. dally till September 30. Calfishing has been good on womns, shad sides, and gizzards. We stocked 770 channels on Monday, April 9, that averaged .95 pound each and plan another stocking artjund the flisl ol June. The lake dkl not gel a shot of water so it is still a billow. CRAPPIE: Poor, 8 to 12. Crappie have shown up In the lake and they spawned for the first time last year. There are a few adults available and you need to take out all the crappie you catch. LARGEMOUTH BASS: Fair. Most under 18. Most of the fish are under the length limit of 18' but there should be some good catch and release fishing this year. There will tie a few bass over 18' by mid-summer. Try around the bnjshpiles wUh spinner baits and Jig-n-pig now. WALLEYE: Poor, 11 to 16 inches. Walleye are falriy abundant but tough to catch. Most walleye are caught Incldenlaily while fishing for other species. Jigs and small crankbaits should wort* — there Is a 15" length limit. WIPERS: Fair 'A to 2 pounds. There are a fair number of wipers In Ihe lake and most are caught on viranns or crawdads while lishing for catfish. The creel limit is 2 per day and there are no while bass In Saline SFL. Got a report that a few were caught last week. SHERIDAN STATE RSHING LAKE BLUEGILL: Fair, 5-8 inches. Womn/bob- ber on wami days or very small spinners pmducing sunfish along the dam face and rocky east pier. CHANNEL CATFISH: Fair 12-22 Inches. Bottom baits-cut sunfish or shad, fished shallow al the end of the day woi1<s best CRAPPIE: Excellent (13-Sept.) Live minnows or small jigs fished right among the south end bnjshpiles has produced some excellent numbers and sizes of white crappie. LARGEMOUTH BASS: Good, 10-18 Inches. SplnnertjaHs fished skjw along the dam and at the upper end near timber the most productive. Most bass small (12-16') but also In excellent condition. SAUGEYE: Good, 12-19 Inches. Warming water temps has Increased saugeye movement Jigs tipped with wornis or minnows fished early or late in the day along shallov* shorelines producing fish up to 3 -'A pounds. MILFORD RESERVOIR Temperattine: 56,2.5 ft clarify. Uke Elevation: + .3411, aoods BLACK BASS: Good, 1-6 lbs. Jigs near pointe and drops, smalimoulh-good 5-1511 on jigs, spinnertjails and Jeri<baite near rock drops and spawning flals CATFISH: Good, 5-25 lbs, culbait/shad sides 2-8ft lakewide along windy fialsAjanks, some trotline activity CRAPPIE: Good, 5-1 'Albs. Small Jlgs.minnows along creek channel ledges and bnjsh plies 5-10 ft. Best areas include School Or. and Curtis Or. WALLEYE: Fair, 1-9 lbs in outlet on Jigs; jigs, crawlers, 10-ft near rock blulfs, gravel banks, and dnjps on main lake, slow on dam on small Jigs and minnow baits WHITE BASS: Fair, .'A -1'Albs jigs, spoons 20-ft near channel ledges, some in river on small spinners and jigs WIPER: Fair, 1-12 lbs, spoons, 20-35 ft near large Hals and both islands, few up river on jigs and spinners TUTTLE CREEK RESERVOIR Temperature: 84 degrees, lOOOds. Lake Elevation: 1foot high,tuibid Channel catfish: Good, 1 to 10 pounds. Channel cat fishing has been good. The best fishing is where the river and resen/oir meet The best baite are fresh cut shad and dead minnows. ' Crappie: Good 'A-to2 pounds.' Fishing has shown improvement The crappie are migrating to the shoreline. Fishing Is good In the shallow water of the protected coves. Crappie are being taken along steeper rocky shoreline on jigs and minnows in 1 to 3 feel of water. Bakfwin, Stockdaie and Mclntyre Coves have been locations. Crappie fishing at the outlet has bean pretty good In the morning now that release rales ate low. FLATHEAD CATFISH: Fair 5 lo 40 pounds. Live bait with pole/line at Ihe outlet area and In the lake using set lines, lushing for flalhead is best during the wamner months ol the year or generally until the water wartns. SAUGEYE: Fair 1 lo 4 pounds. Saugeye fishing is best at the outlet area, the Rh/er Pond and the Rocky Fon) Fishing Area during most of Ihe year. The bait of chok» Is minnows or a ji^omi combination. Saug eye also tend to congregate near the small seep streams that flow Into the River Pond. WHfTE BASS; Good 'A -lo-2 IbsWhlles are being taken in the Incoming water courses. Hshing in Ihe rivers and streams has been good and ihe water temperatures are at spawning temperatures. Jigs, minnows, small spinnertjaite and sassy shads are Ihe baite of chok». Vl/hen small streams are clear, fish where Ihe clearer water meete the turtjid lake water or al the top end of the stream riffles. Fancy Creek has been a good location. WASHINGTON STATE RSHING LAKE CHANNEL CATRSH: Goodl-10 lbs, cut bait 5-10 ft lakewkte, and along weed edges CRAPPIE: Good, 'A-1 'A lbs jigs, minnows near weed edges and 5-10 ft akjng dam LARGEMOUTH BASS: Good 1-6 lbs, jigs and spinnertjails in and around weed edges and dam SAUGEYE: Fair, 1-9 lbs wonns near weed edges and 5-10 ft ahjng dam f OU cornerback injured in erasH By The Associated Press NORMAN, Okla. — Oklahoma cornerback Michael Thompson was hospitalized in critical condition Thursday following a single-vehicle accident in Norman, authorities said. Thompson, 20, broke his right femur and had a broken jaw and two broken ankles, University Hospital spokeswoman Gay Conner said. She said surgery was expected to continue until about 11 p.m. Norman police said the pickup truck Thompson was dri- vingj-an off the road for an unknown reason and struck a tree in north Norman while traveling about 70 mph. Firefighters had to free Thompson, 20, from the wreckage, said Lt. Chris West, a spokesman for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. West said there was no indication of drugs or alcohol at the scene. Thompson, a rising junior, played in all 13 games for the national champions in 2000. He had 61 tackles, one interception, 13 passes broken up, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. He was selected to the academic All-Big 12 first team, which required a grade point average of at least 3.2. Kenseth wins Busch pole RICHMOND, Va. — Matt Kenseth, the fastest of four drivers to break the track record, turned a lap at 125:780 mph Thursday night to win the pole for the Hardee's 250 NASCAR Busch Grand National race. Kenseth was the 26th of 44 drivers to take two laps around the three-quarter-mile Richmond International Raceway, and the second to break Jason Keller's 2-year-old event qualifying record of 124.907 mph. Kenny Wallace and Ryan Newman broke it later, but came up short of Kenseth's speed. It is Kenseth's third pole this season and the eighth of his career Stankowski shoots 61 NEW ORLEANS — Paul Stankowski, who hasn't won on the PGA Toiur since 1997, shot a course- and tournament-record 61 Thursday and held a three- stroke lead after the first rovmd of the $4 million Compaq Classic. Stankowski, whose last victory came in the Hawaiian Open four years ago, had six of his 11 birdies on the front nine of the 7,116-yard English Turn course. "In the wind you have to hit it pretty solid and I did that for the most part," said Stankowski, who was 11 under with three holes to play "I made some key putts, some short putts and I made some chip-ins.. It was one of those days that happen every now and then." , It was the third time this year a course record was broken on tour and was also the third time a tournament record fell as well. Rams sign DE Jones ST. LOUIS — The new-look St. Louis Rams defense has a new defensive end. On Thursday, the Rams signed free-agent defensive end. Cedric Jones, who started aU 19/ regular-season and playoff games for the NFC champion New York Giants last season. Jones had 47 tackles, 3 Va sacks and five passes defended last season. For his career, Jones has 145 tackles, 15 sacks, seven passes defended, five forced fumbles and one fumble recovery ' Jones is one of two defensive starters from last season's Super Bowl signed by the Rams diu-ing the offseason. Earlier, St. Louis signed safety Kim Herring from Baltimore. UCLA 3, Ohio State 1 LONG BEACH, Calif. — All- American Adam Naeve had a match-high 15 kUls and top- ranked UCLA beat Ohio State in four games Thursday in the semifinals of the NCAA men's volleyball championship. The 30-21, 30-20, 22-30, 30-24 victory puts liie Bruins (24-7) into Saturday's championship match against either No. 2 Brigham Yoiuig or Penn State, who played in the other semifinal. Wynalda traded to Chicago CHICAGO — The Chicago Fire got another weapon for its offense. Eric Wynalda, the career scoring leader on the U.S. national team, was traded from New England to the Fire on Thursday for forward John Wolyniec, who has one goal in fovir games this season. The teams also exchanged conditional draft picks for next year.
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