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,D2 SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2001 SCOREBOARD THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule SATURDAY, MAY 5 AUTO RACING 3:30 p.m. — NHRA, qualifying (or Southern Nationals. ESPN2. cable 39. 7 p.m. — NASCAR, Winston Cup, Ponliac EK- cilement 400. IX. cable 28. 11:30 p.tn. — CART, pole qualilying tot Letiigti Valley Grand Prix, ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL 12:30 p.m. — Major Leagues. NY Yanttees al BaltimorG. fx. cable 28. 6 p.m. — Major Leagues, St. Louis al Atlanta, WTBS. cable 25, 7 p.m. — Major Leagues. Chicago While Sox al Texas. WGN, cable 7. BASKETBALL 5:30 p.m. — NBA. Dallas at San Antonio, NBC, cable 3. BOXING 9:45 p.m. — Fernando Vargas vs. Witfredo Rivera; Juan Lazcano vs. John John f^olina, HBO, cable 16. FOOTBALL Noon — NFL Europe, Barcelona al Rhein, TNN. cable 34. 7 p.m. — Arena League, New York at Indiana, FSRM, cable 55. GOLF 3 p.m. — PGA, Compaq Classic o( New Or. leans, ABC, cable 9,10. 4 p.m. — LPGA. Chick-lil-A Charity Championship. ESPN, cable 38. 5 p.m. — PGA seniors. The Home Depol Invitational. CNBC, cable 48. HOCKEY Noon — NHL, Pittsburgh at Buffalo. ABC. cable 9,10. 6 p.m. — NHL, Toronto al New Jeisey. ESPN, cable 33. HORSE RACING 11 a.m. — Thoroughbreds. Three Chimneys • Juvenile. Churchill Downs Handicap & Humana . Oistalt. ESPN2. cable 39. 1:30 p.m. — Thoroughbreds. Cilgo Dislall Turf Mile & Woodlord Reserve Turl Classic. ESPN, cable 30. 4 p.m. — Thoroughbreds, Kentucky Derby, NBC. cable 3. ' SOCCER 8 p.m. — fwlLS, New England at San Jose. ES- PN2, cable 39. TENNIS 3 p.m. — ATP. U.S. Men's Clay Court Ctiampi- onship, FSRM, cable 55. 5 p.m. — ATP. U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship, FSRM, cable 55. VOLLEYBALL 6 p.m. — NCAA men, UCLA vs. Brigham Young, ESPN2, cable 39. Baseball Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Half Eastern Division W L Pel. GB Arkansas (Angels) 15 11 .577 — • Wichita (Royals) 12 13 .480 2% •Shreveporl (Giants) 12 16 .429 4 Tulsa (Rangers) 11 16 .407 4 >k Western Division W L Pel GB Round Rock (Astros) 21 7 .750 — San Antonio (Mariners) 16 10 .615 4 Midland (Athletics) 14 14 .500 7 El Paso (D'backs) 7 21 .250 14 Thursday's results San Anionic at Wichita, ppd.. rain Arkansas 4, Midland 3 Round Rock 6, Tulsa 3 El Paso 6, Shreveporl 4 Friday's results San Antonio at Wichita, ppd.. rain San Anlonio at Wichita, ppd., rain Arkansas 6. Midland 4 El Paso 8, Shreveporl 4 Round Rock 10, Tulsa 2 Saturday's games San Antonio at Wichita, 2, 6 p.m. Arkansas at Midland Round Rock at Tulsa Shreveporl al El Paso Big 12 linescore KANSAS STATE 2, KANSAS 1 Kansas 000 001 000—1 5 1 Kansas Stale 000 002 OOx — 2 6 1 Smart and Del Chiaro; Robertson and Cavender. WP—Robertson (7-5). LP—Smart (8-4). 3B ~K: Appuhn; KS: Loudabarger, Sorensen. HR—K: Spanish (3). High school MANHATTAN 9, SALINA SOUTH 7 Manhattan 202 201 2 - 9 11 1 Salina South 204 000 1 - 7 11 2 Sloan and Stevenson; Miles and Gordon. WP Sloan. LP - Miles. 2B - M; Converse, Hess. 3B SS: Moody. HR - M: Butler. Basketball NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-ol-5) Thursday's result Dallas 84. Utah 83, Dallas wins series 3 -2 Friday's result Toronto 93. New York 89. Toronto wins series 3-2 CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday's game DalLis at San Antonio. 5:30 p.m. Sunday's games Chailolle f\l Milwaukee. 1 1 ;40 a.m. Safiamenlo at LA Lakers, 2 p.m. Toronto at Philadelphia. 4:30 p.m. NBA summary RAPTORS 93, KNICKS 89 TORONTO (93) Carter 11-22 2-2 27. Oakley 5-12 2-4 12. Davis 5-11 4.6 14,Childs4-8 0-0 10. A.Williams 5-13 77 18, Cl.irk 2-4 0-2 4 Curry 0-2 1-1 1, JWilliams 3-3 1-2 7 Tolals 35-75 17-24 93, NEW VORK (89) Sprewell 12-23 3 -5 29, Thomas 6-7 3-3 15. Camby 5-7 1.3 1 1, Houston 6-10 2-2 16. Jackson 3-7 Q.o 6 Rice 2-10 0-0 5. Hamnglon 1-2 0 -1 2. V-lart) 2-7 0-0 5 Tolals 37-73 9-U 89. Toronto 25 24 21 23—93 New York 24 19 16 30—89 3-Poinl Goals—Toronto 6-9 (Carter 3-3. Ghitds 2-2. AWilliams M, Oakley 0 -1. Curry 0-2). New York 6-19 (Sprewell 2-4, Houston 2-5. Ward 1-4. Rice 1 -5. Jackson 0 -1), Fouled oul—Camby, Rebounds—Toronto 43 (Davis 12). New York 45 (Thomas 12). Assists—Toronto 24 (Childs 9). New York 21 (Jackson 7), Total fouls—Toronto 19, New York 27, Technicals—Thomas, A— 19,763(19,763) USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pel. GB Maryland 2 1 ,667 — Pennsylvania 3 2 600 — Brooklyn 1 2 ,333 1 Long Island 1 3 250 1' • Atlanl.cCily 0 4 ,000 2'. Southern Division W L Pel. GB Florida 5 0 1 000 — Oklahoma 4 1 .800 1 Lakeland 2 2 ,500 2':Kansas 1 2 ,3,13 3 Dodge City 0 2 000 3',Thursday's results Florida 98, Dodge Cily 94 Pennsylvania 125, Long Island 102 Oklahoma 90, Brooklyn 77 Friday's results Florida 100, Kansas 90 Dodge Cily at Lakeland, (n) Brooklyn al Long Island, (n) Maryland at Pennsylvania, (n) Saturday's games Pennsylvania at Atlantic City Maryland at Brooklyn Dodge City at Lakeland USBL summary FLORIDA 100, KANSAS 90 K(1-2) MIN FG FT R F TP Walker 27 5-18 1-1 10 3 12 Carter 5 1-1 0-0 2 3 2 Jo Jackson 38 5-10 2-4 9 4 12 Johnson 49 11-21 1-1 6 3 23 Je Jackson 32 10-19 5-8 1 2 25 Rodgers 25 S-I4 2-2 8 4 12 Pmliips 12 1-4 0-0 3 4 2 Team rebounds 4 TOTALS 240 39-89 11-16 45 23 90 F (5-0) MIN FG FT R F TP Baker 2fl 3-4 3-3 1 0 9 Marshall 1 2-7 0-0 1 2 6 Keys 7 8-12 1-2 4 2 17 Hart 4 4-5 1-2 2 3 9 Bradford 10 5-10 0-2 7 1 10 Perry 29 6-9 3-5 8 1 15 Coleman 28 2-7 4-5 3 0 8 Reynolds 38 6 -15 6-8 3 1 20 Drisdon 2 1 -2 1-271 3 Reid 32 2-5 0-0 3 6 4 Team rebounds 8 TOTALS 240 39-76 19-29 47 17 100 Kansas 28 19 20 23 - 90 Florida 22 31 24 23 - 100 3-point goals — K 1 -3 (Walker 1 -9, Johnson 01, j6 ,Jackson 0-3), F 3-9 (Baker 0 -1, Marshall 12. Keys 0-1, Coleman 0 -1. Reynolds 2-3. Drisdon 0-1). Assists — K 1 1 (Je.Jackson 9), F 14 (Perry 5). Turnovers — K 13 (Johnson 3). F 18 (Perry. Reynolds 4). Blocked shots — K 2 (Walker 2). F 8 (Drisdon 5). Steals — K 10 (Johnson 4), F 5 (Keys, Reynolds 2). Technical fouls — Johnson 2, Je.Jackson, Rodgers, Phillips. Reynolds. Oflicials — Tevena. Schrieber. Brona. A — 2,766. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Thursday's results Toronto 3, New Jersey 1, series lied 2-2 St, Louis 4, Dallas 1, SI, Louis wins series 4-0 Friday's result Los Angeles 1 . Colorado 0. Colorado leads se. ries 3-2 Saturday's games Pittsburgh al Buffalo, Noon Toronto al New Jersey, 6 p.m. State college REGIS 7, FORT HAYS STATE 6 Fort Hays State 100 500 0 - 6 7 2 Regis 003 030 1 - 7 13 3 Sander, Rothemeyer (5) and Vatnum; Hayashi and Lee. WP — Hayashi (8-8). LP — Rothemey­ er (13-13). 2B — FH; Divine; R: Marianelli, Tippets, Buda. HR — FH: Kramer, Rothemeyer; R: Wade. Buda. FORT LEWIS 6, FORT HAYS STATE 5 Fort Lewis 100 400 1 - 6 12 2 Fort Hays Slate 030 000 2 - 5 9 2 Roberts and McLaughlin; Rothemeyer and Varnum. WP — Roberts (17-6). LP — Rothemeyer (13-14). 2B — FH: Rothemeyer. HR — FL: Hubert; FH: Varnum. High school HERINGTON 2, LYNDON 0 Heringlon 000 002 0 — 2 3 0 Lyndon 000 000 0 - 0 3 1 WP—Otte. LP—Wilburn. 2B—H: S. Egger. LYNDON 3, HERINGTON 2 Heringlon 001 000 1 — 2 5 6 Lyndon . 000 111 x — 3 5 1 WP—Wilburn. LP—Kleinschmidl. 2B—H: Roberts. 3B—H: Roberts, Otte. SACRED HEART 5, CHASE COUNTY 1 Chase County 010 000 0 — 1 4 2 Sacred Heart 001 220 x — 5 7 2 An.Weiss and As.Weiss; Wagoner and Hadorn. WP—Wagoner. LP—An.Weiss. 2B—CC: Wells. 3B-SH: Witlman. SACRED HEART 3, CHASE COUNTY 1 Chase County 000 10 — 1 0 0 Sacred Heart 120 Ox — 3 5 3 Williams and As.Weiss; Witlman and Hadom. WP—Witlman. LP—Williams. 2B—SH; Broberg. 3B—SH: Broberg. Thursday's games SMOKY VALLEY 5, HAVEN 3 Haven 001 002 0 — 3 3 2 Smoky Valley OOt 103 x — 5 4 2 Turner and Redd; Ruggiero and Sherwood. WP — Ruggiero (6-4). LP — Turner. SMOKY VALLEY 15, HAVEN 14 Haven 005 100 17 — 14 9 3 Smoky Valley 002 003 28 — 15 14 7 Drake and l^edd; McGaughey, Ruggiero (8) and Sherwood. WP — Ruggiero (7-4). LP — Drake. 2B — SV: Guslus. Track & field state college ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE At Hays MEN Team scores Nebraska-Kearney 49. Fort Hays Stale 34. Chadron State 32, Adams State 19. Colorado Mines 9, Western State 6. Colorado-Colorado Springs 4. Fort Hays State results 10,000m run — 3. Dexter, 31:52.82; 6. Nichol. 33:08.74. Hammer throw — 2. Herl. 162-2; 5. Meyer, 150-5. Long jump — 1. Moore. 22-6'<; 6. Schmidt, 21-6 ','i. Decathlon — 4. Holecek. 5,672 points; 5. Capo, 5,473. WOMEN Team scores Nebraska-Kearney 55, Western Slate 35, Fort Hays State 27, Chadron State 24, Adams Slate 14. Fort Hays State results 10,000m run — 4. Taylor, 39:03.21; 6. Heigert. 39:52.45. Long jump— 1. PrewitL 18-6','!. Discus — 4. William. 127-5', 6. Patterson. 121-2. Heptathlon — 4. Eck. 3.665 points; 5. Teeler, 3,647; 6. Hattrup, 3.472. KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Al Wichita MEN Team scores Southwestern 70. Friends 56, Bethany 44. Kansas Wesleyan 23, Bethel 12, Tabor 7, Ottawa 5. Sterling 3, McPherson 0, St. Mary 0. Individual results Long jump — 1. Tosu. BY, 23-1; 2. Finch. KW, 21-8'.',.; 3. Lee. FR, 21-5. Pole vault — 1. Raybould, FR. 15-1; 2. Mueller. FR. 14 -0; 3. Dame. FR. 13 -0. Shot put — 1. Wheal, BY, 52-9; 2. Morton, KW, 51 -3; 3. Wrighl, KW. 48-4 li. ; 6, Brown, KW, 433/, Javelin — 1, Johnson, BY. 174-5; 2. Weslhoff, BL. 163 -0 :3. Allord. SW. I6I-4. 5,000m run — I. Whealley, SW, 15:19,79; 2, Reeves. FR, 15:23,35; 3, Lillrell. SW. 15:45.41. 10,000m run — 1. Bergquisl, SW, 33:51 .0; 2. Pramke, BY. 34:02 .0, 3, Altoway, SW, 34:15.0. 3,200m relay— 1. Friends. 7:54.66; 2. Southwestern. 8 :00 .91; 3. Bethany, 8:08.01. WOMEN Team scores Southwestern 44. Friends 36, Tabor 35, Bethany 25, Ottawa 14. McPherson 10, Kansas Wesleyan 7. Starting 5. Belhel 4, St, Mary 0, Individual results Long jump — 1, Serrano. MP. 16-8",^; 2, Young. 01. 16-4'<; 3. Henderson. KW. 16-'i, Pole vault — 1, Mans. SW. 8 -0; 2. Nguyen. SW. 7-6; 3. Graber. TB. 7-6. Shot put — 1. Coe. TB. 39-1; 2. McCarren. TB, 38-1' j; 3. Nuller. BY. 36-7; 6. Casper. KW, 32-2. Javelin — 1, Johnson. BY. 126-2; 2. Paschal. FR. 115 -0; 3, McCarren. TB, 114-11. 5,000m run — 1. Brake, FR. 18:44.0; 2. Helmer. SW, 19:30.0; 3. Scoll, FR. 19:43.0. 3,200m relay — 1. Southwestern, 10:25.70; 2. Friends. 10:39.40; 3. Ottawa. 10:53.50. High school HESSTON INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Hillsboio 180. Garden Plain 70. Marion 67, Canton-Galva 45. Heringlon 39, Halstead 36. Cheney 33. Hesslon 30. Smoky Valley 30. Moundridge 19, Haven 9. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Jilka. Hit. 14,94; 2, Volh. Hal. 15.30: 3. Mies. GP. 15.65. 300m hurdles — 1. Jilka. Hit. 38.58; 2. Hanson. Ma. 41,55; 3, Blanks. SV. 41.74. 100m dash — 1. Floyd. Her. 11,31; 2, Yoder. Hit, 11.34:3. Yamada. CG. 11.38, 200m dash — 1, Yoder. Hit, 22.71: 2. While- man. Ma. 23:12; 3. Floyd. Her, 23,20, 400m dash — 1, Jilka, Hil. 51,71; 2, Regehr. Ha. 52.27; 3. Smith, CG. 52.36. 800m run — 1, Call. Mil, 2:02.91- 2, Shills. Mo. 2:03 36; 3, Voder, Hil, 2:04,65, 1,600m run — 1, Yoder. Hit, 4:35.21: 2. Worcester. SV. 4:38 40: 3 Richert. Hil. 4:45.58, 3,200m run — 1, Yoder, Hil, 10:29,55; 2, Richert, Hit. 10:35,73; 3, Cutting, Mo, 10:50,05, 400m relay — 1, Hillsboro, 44,33: 2, Marion. 45.45: 3. Canton.Galva. 45 49 1,600m relay — 1 Hillsboro. 3:34.35; 2. Cheney. 3:41,60: 3. Smoky Valley 3:42.34. 3,200m relay — 1, Hillsboro. 8:34.43; 2, Cheney. 8:50.97; 3. Halslead. 8:55.53. How to contact us: Harold Bechard sjhbechard@salJournal.com Erik Bonar sjebonar@saljournal.com Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@saljournal.com Arne Green sjargreen@saliournal.com Larry IWoritz sjlmoritz@saljournal.com Christian D Orr sjcorr@saljournal.com Troy Palensl<e sjtpalenske@saljournal.com 800 phone line 800-827-6363 Ext. 160 Local phone line 785-823-6363 Ext. 160 Fax number 785-827-6060 Today's schedule SATURDAY, MAY 5 AUTO RACING Salina Speedway, 7:30 p.m. BASEBALL Minnesota al Kansas Cily, 7:05 p.m. Salina Central al Hays Classic SOFTBALL Kansas Wesleyan in KCAC Tournament al Hillsboro Brown Mackie in Region 6 Tournament a( Shawnee TENNIS Salina Central & Salina South boys al Manhattan, 9 a.m. Shot put — 1. Winter, Hil, 49-9; 2. Bandy, CG, 46-2=.i;3. Todd, GP, 46-'A. Discus — 1. Winler, Hil, 147-3; 2. Bandy, CG, 143-11:3. Cook, GP, 137-0. High jump — 1. Thompson, CG, 6-2; 2. Mies, GP, 6-0; 3. Anderson, Her, 6-0. Long lump — 1, Yoder, Hil, 20-6; 2. Hahn, Hes, 19-3?i;3. Fisher, GP, 19-'A, Triple jump — I. Skiles, Ma, 43-9; 2. Fisher, GP, 41-1; 3. Whiteman, Ma, 40-10'/.. Javelin — 1. Scheer, GP, 207-1; 2. Mies, GP, 199-01; 3. Malhias, Hav, 188-2. Pole vault — 1. Hamilton, Hes, 13-6; 2. Funk, Hil, 12-0:3. Young, C, 12-0. GIRLS Team scores Hesslon 78. Garden Plain 77'/!, Hillsboro 76, Halstead 58, Haven 55, Smoky Valley 51, Cheney 49 '/2 , Nickerson 40, Marion 23, Moundridge 20, Heringlon 9, Canton-Galva 8. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Peachey, Hil, 15.86; 2. Seller, Hes, 16.93; 3. Borders, Hal, 16.47. 300m hurdles — 1. Kaufman, Mo, 47.87; 2. Softer, Hes, 48.48; 3. Borders, Hal, 49.36. 100m dash — 1. Harmon, N, 12.77; 2. Olson, SV, 12.98; 3. Pauly.GP, 13.02. 200m dash - 1. Harmon, N, 25.95; 2. Pauly, GP, 26.58; 3. Hammond, Hes, 27.78. 400m dash - 1. Harnion, N, 57.43; 2. Pauly, GP, 1:00.80; 3. MacDonald, SV, 1:01.67. 800m run — 1. Kroeker, Hil, 2:28.94; 2. Mao- Donald, SV, 2:31.66; 3. Williams, Ma, 2:36.03, 1,600m run — 1. Funke, Hav, 5:29.30; 2. Cox, Hal, 5:32.26; 3. Gorges, GP, 5:44.31. 3,200m run — 1. Cox, Hal, 11:57.40; 2. Funke, Hav, 12:00.49; 3. Gorges, GP, 12:40.01. 400m relay — 1. Hillsboro, 53.31; 2. Hesslon, 53.83; 3. Garden Plain, 54.35. 1,600m relay - 1 . Hillsbora, 4:17.84; 2. Smoky Valley, 4:22.18; 3. Garden Plain, 4:28.57. 3,200m relay — 1. Hillsboro, 10:20.99; 2. Haven, 10:21.88; 3. Hesslon, 11:21.37. . Shot put — 1 . Howard, GP, 36-1 Vi; 2. Goldsmith, C. 34-1 'k\ 3. Brooks, GP, 33-7y.. Discus — 1. Millspaugh, Ha, 110-8; 2, Seller, Hal, 110-7; 3. Sowers, Hess, 110-2. High jump — 1. Owens, C, 5-2; 2. Blomberg, SV. 5-0; 3. Kroeker, Hil, 5-0, Long lump — 1. Hammond, Hes, 16-5'/4; 2. Lehman, Hes, 16-1 %; 3. Popp, Hav, 15-3. Triple lump — 1. Harmon, N, 34-6y4; 2. Popp, Hav, 31-3',i; 3. Blomberg, SV, 30-9'A. Javelin — 1. Goldsmith, C, 120-4; 2. Reida, GP, 117-10; 3.Wooff,C, 115-1. Pole vault — 1. Lehman, Hes, 11-9; 2. Popp, Hav, 10-6; 3, Becker, CG, 9-6. TESCOTT INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Ouivira Heights 123, Wakefield 94 'A, Mankalo 47, HillcresI 41, While City 40, Solomon 38, Wilson 34'A, Ell-Saline 29, Tescott 17, Chase 25, Pike Valley 21, Hope 19, Lincoln 19, Lucas-Luray 0. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. John, QH, 16.18; 2. ResI, WC. 18.0; 3. Walker, L, 18.01. 300m hurdles — 1. iVIcDonald, M, 41.85; 2. Johnson, S, 42.0; 3. Rest, WC. 43.33. 100m dash — 1. Folk, QH, 11.09; 2. Cory, Wa, 1 1 .32; 3. Siemer, OH, 11.35; 4. Morris, ES, 11.49. 200m dash — 1. Folk, QH, 22.62; 2. Monis, ES, 22.71; 3. Graves, T, 22.95. 400m dash — 1. Cory, Wa, 51.48; 2. Morris, ES, 52.0; 3. Seimer, QH, 52.07. 800m run — 1. Jelfery, M, 2:05.01; 2. Coyle, Wa, 2:06.76; 3. Ptacek. Wi, 2:07.52. 1,600m run — 1. Coyle, Wa, 4:47.0; 2. Jackson, L, 4:50.81; 3. Tracy, S, 4:56.82. 3,200m run — 1. Hendershott, Hi, 10:42.45; 2. Beneke, QH, 10:48.91; 3. Coyle, Wa, 10:49.06. 400m relay — 1. Quivira Heights, 44.66; 2. Tescoll. 45.61; 3. Solomon, 46.17; 6. Ell-Saline, 47.49. 1,6Q0m relay — 1. Quivira Heights, 3:31.8; 2. Wakefield. 3:34.54; 3. Mankalo, 3:45.45; 4. Ell- Saline, 3:47.59. 3,200m relay — 1. Wakefield, 8:41.4; 2. Mankalo, 8:44.4; 3. Quivira Heights, 8:49.1. Shot put — 1. Kralky, Wi, 44-11; 2. Adamson, S. 44-4 '/i ;3. Parsell, C, 40-9'A. Discus — 1. Parsell, C, 133-2; 2. Oakley, Ho, 127-4; 3. Rice, WC. 121-3. High jump — 1. Reed, Ho, 6-2; 2. John, QH, 62; 3. Hammersmilh, WC, 6-2. Long jump — 1. Wentling, QH, 20-3'/i; 2. Graves, T, 19-11 Vj; 3, Bagwell, Wa, 19-7. Triple jump — 1. Siemsen. QH, 40-7',4; 2. Bagwell. Wa, 39-8; 3. Kepka, Wi, 38-7%. Javelin — 1. Hammersmilh, WC. 163 -1; 2. Clark. PV. 160-7; 3. Brown. M, 158-3. Pole vault- 1. Brice. Wa. 11-0; 2. Hedslrom, PV, 10-6; 3. Zach, Hi, 10-6; 4. Benson, ES, 10-0. GIRLS Team scores HillcresI 122, Quivira Heights 72, Tescoll 71, Pike Valley 67, Lincoln 66, Wilson 46, Lucas-Luray 34, While City 29, Solomon 20, Chase 18, Mankalo 6, Wakefieid 6, Ell-Saline 1. Hope 0. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Hummel, T, 16.97; 2. Fell, LL, 17.11; 3. Tucker, PV, 17.57. 300m hurdles — 1. Hummel, T, 50.28; 2. Tucker, PV, 61.4; 3. Fell LL, 52.44. 100m dash — 1 . Harmison. WC, 12.76; 2. Folk, QH. 12.79; 3. Ralhbun. L. 13.12, iWm dash — 1, Harmison, WC, 26.47; 2. McAllister, T, 26.54; 3. Folk, QH, 26.8. 400m dash — 1. Larson, PV, 1:03.06; 2. Tracek, Hi, 1:04.14; 3. Woody, T, 1:04.62. 800m run — 1. Larson, T, 2:35.16; 2. Watson, L. 2:35.75; 3. Obermueller, 2:40.14. 1,600m run — 1. Obermueller, L, 5:50.32; 2. Ptacek, Wi, 6:12.25; 3. Vaiek, Hi. 6:13.59. 3,200m run — 1. Cooper, C, 13:33.5; 2. VaIek, Hi. 13:47.49; 3. Walls, T 13:50.74. 400m relay — 1. Quivira Heights, 63.59; 2. Un- coln. 53.83; 3. HillcresI, 54.89. 1,600m relay — 1. Tescott, 4:19.35; 2. Pike Valley. 4:25.77; 3. Quivira Heights, 4:29.10. 3,200m relay — 1. Lincoln, 10:50.3; 2. Pike Valley, 10:56.8; 3. Wilson, 10:58.0. Shot put — 1. Meisicek, Hi, 34-6; 2. Parsell, C, 32-5'«; 3. Joy, Hi, 31-6'A. Discus — 1. Mersicek, Hi, 109-4; 2. Joy, Hi, 102-10; 3. West, QH, 95-3. High jump — 1. Wagner, Wi, 5-6; 2. Nelson, S, 5-6; 3. Siemer, QH, 4-10. Long jump — 1. Ralhbun. L, 16-6; 2. Harmison. WC, 16-'/?; 3. Straltmann, QH, 14-11 'A. Triple jump — 1. Wagner, Wi, 33-1; 2. Strallmann, QH. 30-0; 3. Kroeker, S, 29-9. Javelin — 1 Harris, HL116-3; 2. Ridgley, LL, 113-1; 3. Joy Hi, 108-1; 6. Scoll, ES, 95-7. Pole vault — 1. Breeding. Hi. 9-0; 2. Tucker, PV. 7-6; 3. Jones, Hi, 7-0. SALINA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Hulchinson 81'«. Hays im. Wichita Soulh- easl 70. Junction Cily 62. Greal Bend 68, Salina South 32, Wichita South 28. Buhler 27, Salina Central 21'.;, Manhallan 17'.2, Wichila Wesl 4, Dodge Cily 3. Individual results Discus - 1. Olivier, GB, 158 -1 1; 2. Jones. HU, 158-2; 3. Baker. WS. 153-5; 6. Mutler, SS, 139-8. High jump - 1. Jones. JC. 6-2; 2. Kotarix, HU, 6-0; 3 Herman, HA, 5-8. Javelin -1. Schwandl, M, 187-0; 2. Chace, HU, 167-11:3. Smilh. SC, 158-3. Long jump - 1, Bueford, HU. 21-3 '.'2; 2. Anders. SC. 20-10'.'!; 3, Walts. HA, 20-10'/.; 4. Bixby. SS. 20-10'..'.. Shot put -1, Oliver, GB, 50-6'.i; 2. Baker, WS. 49-8'i; 3. Flick, GB. 48-11 '.>;4. Fredrickson, SS, 48-6'.; 5. Boyer. SC. 45-7'.; 6. Ahlvers, SS, 453 Triple jump - 1. Jones. JC, 42-10'/.; 2. Bue- lord. HU. 42 -1; 3. Andrews, B. 41-2','.. 100m dash - 1, Hunter, WSE, 10.82; 2. Antholz. HA. 10.91; 3. Tale, WSE, 10.93. 400m dash - 1. Handle. WSE, 50.43; 2. Lucas. WSE, 5099; 3. Hubbard. HU, 51.17; 6. Russell, SS, 51.66. eoom dash - 1. Ummen, HU. 1:58.9; 2. Kile. GB, 2:01.1; 3, Lange.SS, 2:02.3. 1,600m run - 1. Parr, GB, 4:29.5; 2. Vieyra, B, 4:30.7; 3. Jacks, WS, 4:32.6. 110m hurdles -1. Thomas, JC, 14.88; 2. Fox, HA, 14.89; 3. Siramel, HA, 15.35; 6. Bixby, SS, 15.68. 300m hurdles - 1. Thomas, JC, 40.31; 2. Siramel, HA, 41.11; 3. Smith, WSE, 41.21. 400m relay - 1. Wichila Southeast, 42.95; 2. Junction City, 43.49; 3. Hutchinson, 44.37. 3,200m relay - I. Hays, 8:09.0; 2. Salina South, 8:10.3; 3. Greal Bend, 8:17.1; 5. Salina Central, 8:27.6. GIRLS Team scores Manhattan 84, Salina Central 81, Buhler 63, Greal Bend 62, Wichila Southeast 45, Hulchinson 44, Junclion Cily 41, Hays 37, Salina South 34, Dodge Cily 8, Wichita Wesl 6, Wichila South 4. Individual results Discus - 1, Rogers, M, 110-10; 2. Carter, GB, 103-10; 3. Neuleldl, B, 101-6; 5. Ravenkamp, SC, 91-11. High jump -1. Polk, WSE, 5-9; 2. Banker, B, 54; S.Jones, SC,5-4. Javelin -1. Keats, SC, 124-3; 2. Uw, GB, 1127; 3. Cameron, B, 107-4; 4. Burns, SC, 99-4. Long jump -1. Slokes, HU, 17-7'/.; 2. Balerio, B, 17-4; 3. Randle, WSE, 16-10%; 4. Haldemian, SS, 16-8 'A; 5. Snyder, SC, 16-6'/.. Pole vault -1. Burns, SC, 10-0; 2. Moore, GB, 9-6; 3. Johnson, H, 9-6; 6. Ferguson, SS, 8-6. Shot put -1. Carter, GB, 38-2; 2. Hammel, M, 37-7V.;3.Nicoson,JC,36-1. Triple jump - 1. Slokes, HU, 35-9«,- 2. Hal­ demian, SS, 35-8 'A; 3. Weir, M, 35-7V4; 4. Snyder, SC, 35-6. 100m dash - 1. Turner, WSE, 12.32; 2. Funk, M, 12.39; 3. Williams, JC, 12.54; 6. Snyder, SC, 12.95. 400m dash -1. Curtis, M, 1:00.1; 2. Hienken- burg, JC, 1:02.4; 3. Neuleldl, B; 1:02.4; 6. Pridey, SS, 1:03.8. 800m run -1. Bonds, HU, 2:22.1; 2. Shelile, B, 2:27.2; 3. Floras, SC, 2:33.6; 8. Ross, SS, 2:37.9. 1,600m run - 1. Weber, HA, 5:35.2; 2. Dunn, GB, 5:41.9; 3. Schraedet, B, 5:47.9; 4. Allen, SC, 5:54.1. 100m hurdles -1. Curtis, M, 14.39; 2. Keals, SC, 14.86; 3. MInIz, X, 15.34. 300m hurdles - 1. Keats, SC, 47.88; 2. Hal- dennan, SS, 48.62; 3. Minlz, JC, 49.82. 400m relay - 1. Wichita Southeast, 49.37; 2. Manhattan, 50.99; 3. Salina Central, 53.03. 3,200m relay - 1. Manhattan, 10:12.0; 2. Salina South, 10:16.0; 3. Great Bend, 10:24.2; 5. Salina Central, 10:48.0. Junior high SALINA INVITATIONAL BOYS 8th grade Team scores Derby 146, Roosevell-Lincoln 121, Salina South 86, Manhallan Eisenhower 59 'A, Junction City 42 'A, McPherson 32, Fort Riley 7. Roosevelt-Lincoln results 1,600m run — 2. McMillan, 5:20.02. 100m dash — 2. Haggard, 12.34. 3,200m ruri — 1. Smilh, 11:06.08. 400m dash — 3. Martinez, 56.01. 400m relay — 1. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 47.67. 75m hurdles — 3. Gawlth, 11.53. Triple jump —2. McMillan, 31-10; 3. Reynolds, 32-4 'A; 4. Davis, 32-3.1,600m relay — 2. Roosevell-Lincoln, 3:50.08. 800m run — 2. Terry, 2:13.64; 3. Toland, 2:13.86. 200m dash — 2. Cunningham, 24.63. 7th grade Team scores Derby 104, Hoosevell-Lincoln 102, Salina Soulh 88, Junction Cily 63, McPherson 49, Manhattan Eisenhower 22, Fort Riley 21. Roosevelt-Lincoln results 1,600m run - 5. Woelhofl, 6:52.18. 400m dash — 4. O'Neil, 1:06.17. Triple jump - 1. Williams, 32-10; 2. O'Neil, 29-1 'A; 4. Alvarez, 236 'A . 400m relay — 4. Roosevell-Lincoln, 56.11. Discus — 5. Goodwin, 84-3. 7Sm hurdles -1. Wilson, 11.25. High jump—2. Williams, 16-1; 4. O'Neil, 15-5 'A. 100m dash — 1. Wilson, 12.1. Shot put — 1. Goodwin, 36-4.1,600m relay — 4. Roosevell-Lincoln, 4:47.87. 200m dash — 1. Wilson, 25.16. SOOm run — 6. Weigel, 2:32.84. 800m medley relay — 3. Roosevell-Lincoln, 2:09.32. GIRLS 8th grade Team scores McPherson 157, Dertjy 98, Manhattan Eisenhower 74 'A, Roosevell-Lincoln 60 'A, Junclion Cily 56, Salina Soulh 35, Fort Riley 14. Roosevelt-Lincoln results Triple jump — 4. Mullin. Discus — 2. Riflel, 82-2; 5. Weaver, 68-6; 6. Yockey, 66-5. BOOm relay — 6. Roosevell-Lincoln, 2:16.12. Shot put — 3. Rempp, 23-1.400m relay — 4. Roosevell-Lincoln, 55.95. Shot put — 5. Weaver, 25-1; 6. Yockey, 25- 'A . 75m hurdles — 5. Martens, 14.4. 100m dash — 4. Hardesly, 13.71.400m dash — 3. DeHaven, 1:09.83. 1,600m relay — 3. Hoo­ sevell-Lincoln, 4:62.21; 1,600m run — 3. Seim, 6:00.96; 6. AlbrechI, 6:45.77. SOOm run — 4. Deckert, 2:43.52. High jump — 5. Mullin, 4-3. 200m dash — 3. Pankralz, 29.47; 6. Hardesly, 30.17. 7th grade Team scores McPherson 127, Manhattan Eisenhower 121, Roosevell-Lincoln 69, Deiby 69, Salina South 51, Junclion Cily 23, Fort Riley 14. Roosevelt-Lincoln results Discus — 3. Rempp, 74-3. Triple jump — 3. Smilh, 27-3y.; 5. Eartey, 1:10.45. High jump — 3. Dority, 4-4.75m hurdles — 2. Parker, 12.72. 400m relay — 6. Roosevell-Lincoln, 55.95.100m dash — 6. Peebles, 14.58. Long Jump — 2. Smilh, 13-9. 1,600m relay — 3. Roosevell-Lincoln, 4:48.19. BOOm run — 5. Sissell, 2:59.76. 200m dash—4. Carter, 30.66. BOOm medley relay — 5. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 2:17.45. Auto racing Busch results HARDEE'S 250 1. (3) Jimmy Spencer, Chevrolet, 250, $35,350. 2. (14) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, 250, S39,340. 3. (7) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 250, $22,290. 4. (1) Matt Kenselh, Chevrolet, 250, $16,130. 5. (12) Kevin Haivick, Chevrolet, 250, $17,780. 6. (5) Jell Green, Ford, 250, $30,805. 7. (26) Scoll Wimmer, Ponliac, 250, $16,755. 8. (2) Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, 250, $18,795. 9. (29) Sieve Park, Chevrolet, 250, $10,210. 10. (16) Jay Sauter, Chevrolet, 250, $19,170. 11. (17) Hank Parker Jr., Chevrolet, 250, $22,680. 12. (10) Jimmie Johnson, Cheviolel, 250, $17,020. 13. (15) David Green, Chevrolet, 250. $16,945. 14. (4) Ryan Newman, Ford, 250, $12,905. 15. (24) Kevin Gnibb, ChevroleL 250,'$17,465. 16. (33) Rich Sickle, Chevrolet, 250. $14,655, 17. (23) Jeff Purvis, Ponliac, 250, $14,470. 18. (9) Jason Keller, Ford, 250, $19,900. 19. (20) Randy LaJoie, Chevrolet, 250, $16,850. 20. (37; Chad Little, Cheviolel, 250. $11,855, 21. (36) Tim Fedewa, Chevrolet. 249, $20,015. 22. (18) Mike McLaughlin, Ponliac, 249, $18,730. 23. (34) Tim Sauter, Chevrolet, 249, $11,185. 24. (II) Bobby Hamillon Jr., Chevrolet, 249, $14,150. 25. (25) Brad Baker, ChevroleL 248, $11,215. 26. (28) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 248, $12,065. 27. (38) Larry Foyt, Chevrolet, 247, $9,030. 28. (13) Kevin Lepage, Ford, 247, $8,995. 29. (42) Sean Sluder, Chevrolet, 247, $8,980. 30. (32) Shane Halt, Ford, 246, $11,985. 31. (40) Jelf Falk, Chevrolel, 243, $8,865. 32. (21) Ashlon Lewis Jr., Chevrolet, 243, $8,840. 33. (39) Joe Bush, Chevrolel, 238, $8,826. 34. (30) Jason Rudd, Ford, 235, $8,705. 35. (22) Todd Bodine, Chevrolet, 225, crash, $11,670. 36. (35) David Donohue, Chevrolel, 200, $10,635. 37. (8) Greg Blffle, Ford, 193, crash, $14,100. 38. (31) Marty Houston, Chevrolel, 181, crash, $8,566. 39. (27) Hal Goodson, Chevrolel, 156, crash, $8,530. 40. (6) Ellon Sawyer, Ford, 98, engine failure, 511,495. 41. (41) Kelly Denton, Chevrolet, 92, brakes, $8,460. 42. (43) Eddie Beahr, Ford, 36, engine failure, $11,425. 43. (19) Lyndon Amick, Chevrolet, 15, crash, $8,393. NASCAR lineup PONTIAC EXCITEMENT 400 1. (6) Mark Martin, Ford, 124.613 mph. 2. (2) Rusty Wallace, Ford, 124.696. 3. (28) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 124.493. 4. (1) Steve Park, Chevrolel, 124.064. 5. (26) Jimmy Spencer, Ford, 124.058. 6. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 123.961. 7. (20) Tony Stewart, Ponliac, 123.859. 8. (9) Bill Elliott, Dodge, 123.768. 9. (18) Bobby Labonte, Ponliac, 123711. 10. (22) Ward Burton, Dodge, 123.694. 11. (10) Johnny Benson, Ponliac, 123.677. 12. (16) Michael WalWp, Chevrolel, 123.502. 13. (32) Ricky Craven, Ford, 123.434. 14. (8) Dale Eamhardt Jr., Chevrolel, 123.412. 15. (40) Sterling Martin, Dodge, 123.248. 16. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 123.175. 17. (99) Jed Burton, Ford, 123,170. IB. (11) Brett Bodine, Ford, 123.113. 19. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 123.012. 20. (88) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 122.968. 21. (36) Ken Schrader, Ponliac, 122.945. 22. (50) Hick Mast, Chevrolet, 122,861. 23. (77) Robert Pressley, Ford, 122.B45. 24. (31) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 122.811. 25. (27) Kenny Wallace, Ponliac, 122.794. 26. (55) Bobby Hamilton, Chevrolet, 122.772. 27. (4) Kevin Lepage, Chevrolel, 122.694. 28. (01) Jason LeHler, Dodge, 122.566. 29. (25) Jerry Nadeau, Chevrolel, 122.560. 30. (5) Teny Labonte, Chevrolel, 122.505. 31. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, 122.482. 32. (29) Kevin Hanrick, Chevrolel, 122.399, 33. (7) Mike Wallace, Ford, 122.283. 34. (96) Andy Houston, Ford, 122.277. 35. (12) Jeremy Maylield, Ford, 122.211. 36. (21) ElllottSadler, Ford, 122.194. 37. (33) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolel, provisional. 38. (93) Dava Blaney, Dodge, provisional. 39. (43) John Andretti, Dodge, provisional. 40. (92) Stacy Compton, Dodge, provisionaL 41. (14) Ron Hornaday Jr., Ponliac, provisional. 42. (19) Casey Atwood, Dodge, provisional. 43. (66) Todd Bodine, Ford, provisional. Golf PGA scores COMPAQ CLASSIC Brian Gay 66-68-132 Phil MIckelson 66-66—132 Hanison Frazar •68-65—133 Jerry Kelly 68-67—135 Keilh Cleaiv/ater 65-70—135 Chris Tidland 66-69—135 Brian Wilson 65-70—135 Ernie Els 67-69—136 Brian Watts 64-72—136 Jim Carter 65-71—136 Caries Franco 69-68—137 Brad Fabel 67-70—137 David Duval 69-68—137 David Peoples' 68-69—137 Shigeki Maniyama 67-71—138 Blaine McCallister 69-69—138 Joe Durant 67-71—138 Steve Lowery 71-67—138 Paul Stankowski 61-77—138 Nick Price 69-69-138 Brian Henninger 68-70—138 J.L Lewis 69-69—138 Joel Edwards 69-69—138 Frank Uckliler 67-71—138 Scott Simpson, 68-71—139 TedTiyfaa 67-72—139 Chris Smith 73-66—139 Danny Ellis 73-66—139 Robin Freeman 71-68—139 David Toms 66-73—139 Kiri(Triplett 66-71—139 Stephen Ames 69-70—139 Jeff Hart 70-69—139 Bob May 67-73-140 Bradley Hughes 70-70—140 Bob Tway 69-71-140 Grant Waile 71-69—140 Paul Gow 70-70—140 Dicky Pride 71-69—140 Hal Sutton 67-73—140 Gabriel Hjertsledt 70-70—140 Scott Verplank 67-73-140 Tom Pemice Jr. 66-74—140 Woody Austin 68-72—140 Charies Howell III 69-71—140 Greg Chalmers 70-71—141 Fulton Allem 69-72—141 Michael Clarit II 70-71—141 Dudley Hart 71-70—141 Brent Geiberger 68-73—141 John Cook 70-71—141 Neal Lancaster 70-71—141 Bill Glasson 68-73—141 Andrew Mages 68-73—141 Kenny Perry 64-77—141 Steve Strieker 69-72—141 Scott Hoch 69-72—141 Jeff Sluman 69-72—141 Scott Dunlap 69-72—141 Pole Jordan 71-70—141 Craig Kanada 71-70—141 Andrew McLardy 70-71-141 Marco Dawson 71-71—142 Mathew Goggin 69-73—142 Mike Weir 68-74—142 Jonathan Kaye 69-73—142 Kaname Yokoo 70-72—142 John Riegger 69-73—142 Tommy Tolles 67-75—142 Greg Norman 70-72—142 Russ Cochran 68-74—142 Cameron Beckman 72-70-142 Seniors scores HOME DEPOT INVITATIONAL Jim Colbert 32-32-64 Brtjce Fleisher 31-35-66 Gary McCord 34-33-67 Leonard Thompson 33-34-67 John Bland 36-32-66 Graham Marsh 31-37—68 Weenie Fernandez 35-33-68 Rocky Thompson 34-34—68 Joe Inman 34-34-68 Doug Tewell 34-34-68 Allen Doyle 32-35-68 Larry Ziegler 35-33-68 Ed Dougherty 32-36—68 Jerry McGee 32-37-69 Bob Gilder 31-38-69 Tom Jenkins 34-35-69 Jim Abern 33-36-69 Howard Twitty 34-35-69 Bruce Summerhays 36-33-69 Jim Thorpe 33-36-69 J.C. Snead 31-38-69 Mike Hill 34-35-69 Bob Murphy 37-33—70 Simon Hobday 33-37—70 Mike Smilh 35-35-70 Charies Coody 33-37—70 Bill Holstead 35-36-71 Tom McGinnIs 34-37—71 Andy North 36-35—71 Sieve Veriato 36-35-71 Mike McCullough 36-35—71 Dana Quigley 36-35—71 Larry Nelson 34-37-71 Tommy Aaron 35-36—71 Jim Fe'rree 38-33-71 Don Bies 35-36—71 Sammy Rachels 35-35-71 Terry Mauney , 36-36-72 Jim Holtgrieve 36-36-72 DeWitI Weaver 36-36-72 Waller Hall 38-34—72 Frank Conner 36-36-72 Wall Morgan 35-37—72 Arnold Palmer 36-36-72 Marii Hayes 35-37—72 George Archer 35-37-7? John Jacobs 36-36—72 David Lundslrora 34-39-73 Kurt Cox 38-35—73 Bob Charies 36-37—73 Bob Duval 36-37-73 George Bums 37-36—73 Terry Dill 35-38-73 Jim Albus 37-36—73 Dave Eichelberger 36-35-73 Ted Goin 37-36-73 Jesse Patino 37-37-74 Tony Peterson 35-39-74 Harold Henning 35-39-74 Tom Shaw 38-36-74 Orville Moody 36-38-74 JohnMahalfey 37-37—74 Hugh Baiocchi 3143-74 John Schroeder 35-39-74 Miller Barber 35-39-74 Bobby Nichols 37-37-74 Jim Dent 36-38—74 Bill Brask 36-38—74 BurtBalne • 35-39—74 Gone Littler 38-36—74 Victor Garcia 34-40—74 Gibby Gilbert 37-38-75 Jose Maria Canizares 36-39—75 Jimmy Powell 36-39—75 Fred Gibson 36-40—76 Waller Zembriski 37-40—77 UnnyWadkins 38-39-77 Terry Florence 42-37-79 LPGA scores CHICK-FIL-A CHAMPIONSHIP Sara Sanders Dollle Pepper Silvia Cavalleri Heather Bowie Beth Daniel Alison Nicholas Kalhryn Marshall Emilee Klein LeIaLindley Sheni Sleinhauer Juli Inksler VIckl Goelze-Ackerman Karen Slupples Heather Daly-Donofrlo Kellee Booth Michelle McGann Suzy Green Nancy Scranlon LorieKane Laura Diaz LIselotle Neumann Amy Alcolt Alicia Dibos Maria Hjorth , Kelly Robbins Nancy Lopez Annika Sorenstam Suzanne Stmdwick Deb Richard Nanci Bowen Sophie Guslafson Eva Dahllol Laura Davies Hiraml Kobayashi Moira Dunn Laurel Kean Catriona Matthew Gail Graham Cindy Rgg-Currier Michelle Ellis Krislal Parker Pamela Kerrigan Yu Ping Lin Donna Andrews Aklko Fukushlma Jean Bartholomew Cathy Johnston-Forties Tracy Hanson Jennifer Rosales Meg Mallon Ashli Bunch Betsy King Gloria Park Audra Burks Gristle Kerr Leigh Ann Mills Wendy Ward Annette DeLuca Jeong Jang A.J. Ealhorne Cindy Schreyer Kate Golden Brandie Burton Rosie Jones Laurie Brewer Maggie Will Wendy Doolan Bari] Mucha Shani Waugh Mhairi McKay Jenniler Feldott Rachel Teske Janice Moodie Bart) Whitehead Angela Slanlord Heather Zakhar 33-33—66 34-32-66 34-33-67 36-32-67 33-34—67 33-34-67 33-34-67 34-33-67 33-35-68 35-33-68 33-35-68 34-34-68 35-34-69 36-34-69 35-34—69 34-35—69 36-33-69 36-33-69 34-36—69 35-34-69 33-36—69 38-32--70 34-36-70 34-36—70 35-35—70 37-33-70 35-35—70 36-34—70 36-35—70' 38-32—70 34-36—70 35-35—70 35-35—70 35-35—70 35-35—70 37-34—71 37-34—71 35-36—71 36-35—71 35-36—71 36-35-71 35-36—71 34-37—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 34-37—71 37-34—71 37-34—71 34-37—71 36-35—71 35-36—71 36-35—71 36-35—71 34-37—71 34-38—72 36-36-72 36-36—72 35-37—72 36-36—72 38-34—72 37-35—72 38-34—72 35-37—72 35-37-72 36-36-72 36-36—72 37-35—72 37-35—72 37-36—73 33-40-73 37-36-73 39-34—73 37-36—73 37-36-73 36-37—73 37-36—73 High school boys COLBY INVITATIONAL Team scores Norton 336, Hoxie 336, Atwood 348, Hays JV 350, Stockton 350, Ness Cily 350, Colby 356, Goodland 360, Garden Cily JV 369, Scott City 371, Oakley 372, Oberiln 375. Top 10 Individuals 1. Nondort, Ho, 73; 2. Muir, S, 81; 3. Green, N, 81; 4. Sloeklein, NC, 81; 5. Cox, N, 82; 6. Wilson, Oa, 83; 7. Veeh, C, 84; 8. Harding, N, 84; 9. Caskey, NC, 84; 10. Dunn, SC, 84. Soccer High school girls TOPEKA WEST 7, SALINA SOUTH 2 Salina Soulh 1 1—2 TopekaWesI 3 4 — 7 First hall — TW; Moorman (unassisted), 17lh minute; TW: Hearrell (assist Hayden), 191h; SS: Fiske (DechanI), 35th; TW: Woodniff (Lowiy), 40lh. Second hall — TW: Moorman (unassisled), 43rd minute; TW: Hearrell (unassisted), 49lh; TW: Robinson (Hearrell), 60lh; TW: Myers (unasasisl- ed), 64lh; SS, Conway (DechanI), 75lh. Shots — SS 4, TW 33. Saves — SS 22, TW 2. Goalkeepers — SS: Adams, TW: Henry. General AP sportlight Mays 1904 — Cy Young of the Boston Red Sox pilch­ es a pertect game against the Philadelphia Athletics, healing Rube Waddell 3-0. 1966 — The Montreal Canadiens beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 to win the Stanley Cup in six games. 1969—The Boston Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers 107-102 In Ihe sevenlh game to win the NBA championship lor Ihe lOlh time in 11 years. Player-coach Bill Russell retires as a player. 1973 — Secretariat, ridden by Ron Turcotte, wins Ihe Kentucky Derby with a record lime of 1:59.4. Secretarial beat Sham by 2 'A lengths and went on to win the Triple Crown. 1978 — Pete Rose ol Ihe Reds becomes the 14th player with 3,000 hits, singling in the fitth inning against Monlreal's Steve Rogers al Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium. 1990 — Unbridled, ridden by Craig Perret, lakes Ihe lead Irom Summer Squall al Ihe lop ol the stretch -and runs away with the Kentucky Derby by 3 'A lengths. 1993 — Canisius beats Niagara 11 -1 in Softball to set an NCAA Division I record with 34 straight wins. 1999 — Colorado becomes the (irsi team in 35 years and only Ihe third this century to score in every Inning in a 13-6 win over the Chicago Cubs. Transactions BASEBALL Major League Baseball COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE—Rned New Yori( Mats manager Bobby Valentine, C Mike Piazza and RHP Turk Wendell undisclosed amounts lor aclions during a series in SI. Louis last weekend. American League CLEVELAND' INDIANS—Signed C Eddie Taubensee 10 a two-year contract. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Purchased the contract ol OF Trenidad Hubbard from, Omaha o( Ihe PCL Designated OF Raul Ibanez tor assignment. TEXAS RANGERS—Annouwed the resignation ol Johnny Dates, manager. Named third- base coach Jeny Narron manager lor Ihe remainder of Ihe season. National League ATLANTA BRAVES—Sent RHP Kerry Liglen- berg to Richmond ol the Inlemalional League. Recalled OF Bernard Qilkey Irom Richmond. Translerred RHP Scoll Sobkowiak horn Ihe 15- lo the 60-day disabled list. CINCINNATI REDS-^alled up INF Brandon Larson Irom Louisville ol the Internaltonal League. Signed INF Juan Castto to a two-year contract extension, through Ihe 2004 season, and C Kelly Stinnett to a contract extension through Ihe 2003 season. LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Waived LHP Carios Perez. MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Placed OF GeofI Jenkins on the 16-day disabled list, retroactive to May 2. Recalled RHP Allen Levrault from Indianapolis ol the International League. MONTREAL EXPOS—Placed OF Tim Raines on Ihe 15-day disabled lisL Purchased Ihe contract ol OF Curtis Pride Irom Ottawa ol Ihe International League. NEW YORK METS—Sent RHP Brett HinchliHe and LHP Justin Bmnene to Norfolk ol Ihe International League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association LOS ANGELES CUPPEHS-Waived C Keith Closs. FOOTBALL National Football League DENVER BRONCOS—Signed LB Lee Woodall and FB Tony Carter. Re-signed K Sieve Lindsey. NEW ENGUND PATRIOTS—Released OL Max Lane. WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Agreed lo terms with FB Donnell Bennett to a one-year contract. SPORTS PiOEST Holtz suspends running back By The Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina tailback Derek Watson was suspended from the team Friday, a day after a woman said he hit her in the arm. Watson, who was in court Friday to plead no contest to traffic charges from December, was suspended for disciplinary reasons, Gamecocks coach Lou Holtz said. Holtz did not say how long the suspension would last. He had suspended Watson late last year for disciplinary problems and the Gamecocks' first 1,000- yard rusher in four seasons missed the victory over Ohio State in the Outback Bowl. In the traffic case, Watson was sentenced to 15 days in jail or a $100 fine. The sophomore will pay the fine, said his lawyer, George Johnson. Watson's plea came a day after the latest allegation against him, that he hit a woman. It has been a difficult six months for Watson. He missed several practices after the regular season ended last year. Team officials said at the time that Watson had been out of town because of a death in the family. Early one morning about three weeks later, Watson wrecked teammate Teddy Crawford's car, but was unhurt. Watson said a blown tire caused the accident, but a Columbia police report said Watson was ticketed for driving too fast and driving with a suspended license. Lee upsets second seed HOUSTON — Eighth-seeded Hyung-Taik Lee of Korea upset No. 2 seed Andrew Hie of Australia 6-4, 2-6, 6-2 in Friday's quarterfinal round of the U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships. Lee, who also reached the quarterfinal of last week's Ver­ izon Challenge in Atlanta, was confident of his chances against Ilie. In other quarterfinal matches, No. 3 Jerome Golmard of France beat Jiri Vanek of the Czech Republic 6-3, 6-2. No. 4 Michal Tabara of the Czech Republic beat Belgium's Olivier Rochus 6-4, 6-2 , and 18-year-old American Andy Roddick, playing in the tournament as a wild card after winning the Verizon Challenge last week, beat Stefan Koubek of Austria 6-3, 6-1. Lucas interviews with Cavs ' DENVER — Nuggets assistant John Lucas interviewed with the Cleveland Cavaliers about their head coaching position and expects to interview next week for the coaching job in Detroit. "I'm excited about both opportunities," Lucas said Thursday Lucas, a Nuggets assistant the past three season, has been an NBA head coach for four years. He was 94-49 with San- Antonio in 1992-94 and 42-122 as coach, general manager and vice president of basketball operations with the Philadelphia 76ers in 1994-96. Ravens Searcy arrested CLERMONT, Fla. — Baltimore Ravens right offensive tackle Leon Searcy was arrested and charged with battery at his home on Friday, police said. Lake County sheriff's deputies were called to Searcy's Clermont home after he allegedly kicked his wife. The two apparently, were arguing when Searcy's wife, Sonya, called 911. Searcy allegedly grabbed the phone ; from her and kicked her in the leg, police said. Searcy, a free agent who !. played with the Jacksonville Jaguars, signed a $31.5 million, six-year contract with the Ravens in May Wildcats approve Smith's deal LEXINGTON, Ky — Kentucky basketball coach Tubby Smith's six-year contract includes a $1 million bonus should he remain for the length of the deal. The contract is worth about $1.5 million annually, and it was approved Friday by university president Charles ; Wethington. Smith signed the ' contract Wednesday, nearly a month after athletic director ; Larry Ivy announced an agreement. Smith signed a five-year contract to succeed Rick Pitino before the 1997-98 season. After leading the Wildcats to their seventh national championship in his inaugural sea- ^ son, the school extended the • contract another year. \

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