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GB SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2001 SCOREBOAFID THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule SUNDAY, MAY 6 AUTO RACING Noon — CART, Nazarelh 225, ABC, cable 9, 10. Noon - ASA, Alabama 300, TNN, cable 34. 3 p.m. — NASCAR. Craftsman Truck Series, Ham Tough 200, ESPN, cable 38. 4 p.m. — NHRA, Southern Nationals, ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL Noon — Major Leagues, St. Louis at Atlanta, WBS, cable 25. 1 p.m. — Major Leagues. Los Angeles at Chicago Cubs, WGN, cable 7. 7 p.m. — Major Leagues, Boston at Oakland, ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 11:30 a.m. — NBA, Charlotte al Milwaukee, NBC, cable 3. 2 p.m. — NBA. Sacramento at LA Lakers, NBC. cable 3. 4 :30 p.m. — NBA. Toronto al Philadelphia, NBC, cable 3. FOOTBALL 3 p.m. — Arena League, Chicago at Detroit, TNN, cable 34. GOLF 1 p.m. — LPGA, Chick-lii-A Charity Championship, ESPN, cable 38. 2 p.m. — PGA, Compaq Classic ol New Orleans, ABC, cable 9,10. 5 p.m. — PGA seniors. The Home Oepol Invi- talional. CNBC, cable 48, HOCKEY 8:30 p.m. — NHL, Colorado at Los Angeles, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 1 p.m. — ATP, U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships, FSRM, cable 55. Baseball Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Hall Eastern Division W L Pel. GB Arkansas (Angels) 15 11 .577 — Wichita (Royals) 13 13 .500 2 Shreveport (Giants) 12 16 .429 4 Tulsa (Hangers) 11 17 ,393 5 Western Division W L Pet. GB Round Rock (Astros) 22 7 .759 — San Antonio (Mariners) 16 11 .593 5 Midland (Alhlelics) 14 14 .600 7Vi El Paso (D'backs) 7 21 .250 U</i Friday's results Arkansas 6, Midland 4 Round Rock 10, Tulsa 2 San Antonio a! Wichita, 2, ppd., rain El Paso 8, Shreveport 4 Saturday's results Round Rock 7, Tulsa 0 Wichita 5, San Antonio 0, 5'A innings, rain, Isl game San Antonio at Wichita, ppd, rain, 2nd game Arkansas al Midland, (n) Shreveport at El Paso, (n) Sunday's games Arkansas at Midland Round Rock at Tulsa San Antonio at Wichita, 2, 2 p.m. Shreveport al El Paso Big 12 linescores OKLAHOMA 8, IOWA STATE 5 Iowa Stale 000 000 401 — 5 9 1 Oklahoma 002 302 Olx — 8 13 4 Mincks. Nunn (7), Palerson (7), Bell (8) and Wickham; Cherry and Smith. WP-Cherry (8-6). LP-Mincks (3-5), HR-IS: Bohn; 0: Fisher, Frasier, Bartlett. OKLAHOMA 7, IOWA STATE 5 Iowa State 020 000 300 — 5 12 0 Oklahoma 100 004 02x — 7 8 2 Bomer, Palerson (6). Tweet (8) and Wickham; Greusel. Bradbury (7), Roberts (8) and Smith. WP-Hoberts (2-2). LP-Palerson (2-1). HRIS: McNertney. Wickham: 0: Frasier, Bartlell. TEXAS 8, TEXAS A&M 1 Texas A&M 000 000 010 - 1 8 2 Texas 300 300 20l — 8 13 2 Simmons and Anderson; Ponder, Farnum (4) and Meyer. WP—Simmons (7-3). LP—Ponder (1-2). MVC linescores EVANSVILLE 7, WICHITA STATE 6 Evansvllle 220 010 002 - 7 10 1 Wichita State 100 320 000 - 6 9 1 V.Seralini, Obenchain (8) and Malt Seralini, Michael: Keiter, Kerbs (9), Haines (9) and Becker, Owen. WP — Obenchain (5-3). LP — Keiter (64). 28 — E: Mike Serafini, Wegman; WS: Absher, Burgamy. Waller, Smarsh. HR — E: Whealy 2: WS: Mollitl. EVANSVILLE 8, WICHITA STATE 6 Evansvllle 007 001 0 - 8 11 3 Wichita State 003 120 0 - 6 7 1 Larrison, Obenchain (5) and Matt Saralini; Bryan, Kerbs (3), Dennison (6) and Owen, WP — Larrison (8-2). LP — Bryan (5-1). S — Obenchain (1). 2B — E: V.Seralini, Wegman; WS: Wright. HR — E: Carroll. State college KCAC TOURNAMENT At LIndsborg BETHANY 6, ST. MARY 2 SI. Mary 002 000 0 — 2 4 1 Bethany 014 010 x — 6 8 2 Speilman and Brown; Regan and Nelson. WP—Regan. LP—Speilman. 2B—B: Gordon, Wealherty. STERLING 8, OTTAWA 5 Sterling 005 001 2 - 8 7 0 Ottawa 000 004 1 — 5 7 0 Riner and Thompson; Prothe, Hill (3) and Stansberry. WP — Riner. LP — Prolhe. 2B — 0: Reyes, 3B — S: Conway. Championship BETHANY 6, STERLING 4 Sterling 100 120 0 - 4 10 2 Bethany 001 104 x - 6 4 2 McCoy. Black (6) and Thompson; Biegert and Nelson. WP — Biegert (9-0). LP — McCoy (3-2). 38 — S: Conway. Basketball NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-5) Friday's result Toronto 93. New York 89, Toronto wins series 3-2 CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-ol-7) Saturday's result San Antonio 94, Dallas 78, San Antonio leads senes 1-0 Sunday's games Chariotte at Milwaukee, 11:40 a.m. Sacramento at LA Lakers. 2 p.m. Toronto at Philadelphia. 4:30 p.m. NBA summary SPURS 94, MAVS 78 DALLAS (78) Nowitzki 3-13 3-4 9. Howard 2-7 4-4 8. Bradley 4-7 0-0 8. Nash 0-4 2-2 2. Fmley 7-183-4 17, Eisley 6-9 2-2 16, Booth 0-3 0-0 0. Naiera 3 -5 0-0 7, Maxwell 1-4 0-0 2, Buckner 3-6 0-0 6. Zhizhi 1 -5 1-1 3. Totals 30-81 15 -17 78. SAN ANTONIO (94) Ferry 1-30-02, Duncan 14-223-631, Robinson 2-12 7-10 11, Porter 0-3 3-5 3, Anderson 1-4 3-5 6, Johnson 2-4 1-2 5, Rose 1-3 0-0 2, Elliott 3-7 2-2 9, Daniels 4-8 2-2 13, Walker 0-1 3-4 3, Kerr 4 -6 0-1 9. Totals 32-73 24-37 94. Dallas 11 23 19 25 —78 San Antonio 16 31 29 18 —94 3-Polnl Goals—Dallas 3-16 (Eisley 2-4, Najera 1-1, Nash 0-1, Buckner 0-1, Zhizhi 0-1, Maxwell 0-2, Finley 0-3, Nowitzki 0-3), San Antonio 6-13 (Daniels 3-4, Ellioll 1-2, Kerr 1-3, Anderson 1-3, Ferry 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Dallas 48 (Bradley 12), San Antonio 59 (Duncan 13). Assists—Dallas 18 (Nash 6), San Anionio 19 (Johnson 8), Total louls—Dallas 28, San Antonio 24. Technicals—Dallas coach Don Nelson, Nowitzki. Flagrant louls—Howard. Ejected—Howard. A—32,798 (20,557). NBA today Sunday, May 6 SCOREBOARD Sacramento at LA Lakers (2 p.m. COT). The Kings, in the second round lor Ihe first lime in 20 years, were 1 -3 this season against the delending champion Lakers. STAR Friday • Vince Carter, Raptors, scored 27 points, leading Toronto lo a 93-89 Game 6 win over New York and into the second round of Ihe playoffs for the first time. STATS Toronto held a 17-7 edge in second-chance points in its 93-89 win over New York in Game 5. The Knicks grabbed only one offensive rebound in the first half. STREAK OVER The Knicks won't be in Ihe second round of Ihe playoffs for Ihe first lime in 10 years. In 1991, Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls swept Ihe Knicks in the first round. The defeat also ends New York's nin of periection in first-round Game 5's — it had been 5-0 in such contests. STRONG IN DEFEAT Lalrell Sprewell scored 29 points in New York's 93-89 loss to Toronto on Friday. Sprewell made it a Iwo-point game on a Ihree-poinI play with 2:28 left, but the Raptors scored the next six points as the Knicks missed two jumpers and commitled a turnover. SPRAINED Scott Burrell, a key reserve for Charlotte, sprained his left ankle Friday during practice and is questionable for Game 1 against Milwaukee on Sunday. SEARCHING Denver assistant John Lucas interviewed with Cleveland for their head coaching position Monday and expects to interview next week tor the coaching job in Detroit. Lucas, a Nuggets assistant the past three seasons, has been an NBA head coach wilh San Antonio and Philadelphia. SORRY Portland sent a package ol souvenirs and a letter of apology to the post ollice box ol two fans who were kicked out of Sunday's game against Los Angeles alter refusing to discard a Trade Whilsitt" sign. The sign was a protest ol general manager Sob Whitsitt's questionable moves this season. Katherine Topaz was asked by a security guard to hand over Ihe sign. When she refused, she and her boyfriend's son were escorted out. The package included a sweat shirt, T-shirt, hat, baseball cards and two Blazer pencils. TTie box arrived with postage due: $5.38. SPEAKING "I'm jusl happy to be here. If it's luck, I'll take 11" — Vince Carter, who scored 27 points in Toronto's 93-89 win over New York. The Raptors advanced to the second round ol the playotfs for the first time. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (B6st-of-7) Friday's result Los Angeles 1, Colorado 0, Colorado leads series 3-2 Saturday's results Buffalo 3, Pittsburgh 2 (ot), Buffalo leads series 3-2 Toronto at New Jersey, (n) Sunday's game Colorado at Los Angeles, 8:30 p.m. Auto racing CART lineup LEHIGH VALLEY GRAND PRIX 1. (4) Bruno Junqueira, Toyota Lola, 19,700 seconds, 172.873 mph. 2. (8) Kenny Brack. Ford Lola, 19,738,172.873. 3. (16) Michel Jourdain Jr., Ford Lola, 19.950, 170.707. 4. (22) Oriol Servia, Ford Lola, 19.996,170.314. 5. (3) Helio Caslroneves, Honda Reynard, 20,007,170.220. 6. (51) Adrian Fernandez, Honda Reynard, 20.059, 169.779. 7. (77) Bryan Herta, Fort Reynard, 20.064, 169.737. 8. (26) Paul Tracy, Honda Reynard, 20.148, 169.029. 9. (6) Crisliano da Malta, Toyota Lola, 20.162, 168.703. 10. (65) Tony Kanaan, Honda Reynard, 20.187, 168.703. 11. (40) Jimmy Vasser, Toyola Ford, 20.191, 168.669. 12. (27) Dario Franchiiti, Honda Reynard, 20.201, 168.586. 13. (39) Michael Andretii, Honda Reynard, 20.205,168.552. 14. (7) Max Papis, Fort Lola, 20.297,167.788. 15. (1) Gil de Farran, Honda Heynard, 20.319, 167.607. 16. (20) Roberto Moreno, Toyola Reynard, 20.353,167.327. 17. (11) Christian Fillipaldi, Toyota Lola, 20.406, 166.892. 18. (5) Tore Takagi, Toyota Reynart, 20.414, 166.827. 19. (52) Shinji Nakano, Honda Reynard, 20.455, 166.492. 20. (33) Alex Tagliani, Ford Heynard, 20.605, 166.086. 21. (66) Alex Zanarti, Honda Reynart, 20.505, 166.086. 22. (32) Patrick Carpenlier, Ford Reynard, 20.549, 165.731. 23. (18) Scott Dixon, Toyota Reynart, 20.681, 164,673. 24. (25) Max Wilson, Phoenix Lola, 21.117, 161.273. 25. (12) Nicolas Minassian, Toyota Lola, no time, no speed. Track & field state college ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE At Hays MEN Team scores Fort Hays State 190 'A, Nebraska-Kearney 172 'A. Adams Stale 104, Chadron Stale 64, Colorado Mines 56, Western State 55. Colorado-Colorado Springs 6. Fort Hays State results IDOm dash — 1. Applehans, 10.41; 2. Moore, 10.52; 3. Esslinger, 10.71. 200m dash — I. Moore. 21.06; 2. Wurtz, 23,34. 400m dash — 1. Wurtz, 47.20; 5. Wren, 49.13. 800m run — 6. Moos, 1:54.75.1,500m run — 6. Pouts, 3:59.10. 400m relay — 1. Fort Hays State, 40.27.1,600m relay — 2. Fort Hays Stale, 3:16.21. Triple jump — 3. Stockwell, 44-11%; 6. Oslmeyer 42-5'A. Pole vault — 1, Marconnel, 14-9; 5. HoHman, 14-3; 6. Klitzke 13-9. High jump - 3. KliUke, 64:4. Holecek, 6-4:5. Zogleman. 6-0. Shot put — 1. Seyfert, 58-0; 2. Manning, 52-6 'A; 5. Joy, 507. Javelin — 1. Kindler, 222-2; 2. Joy, 196-10; 3. How to contact us: Harold Bechard sjhbechard@saljournal.com Erik Bonar sjebonar@saljournal.com Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@saljournal.com Arne Green sjargreen@saljournal.com Larry Moritz silmoritz@saljournal.com Christian D Orr sjcorr@saljourna(.com Troy Palensl<e sitpalensl<e@saljournal.com 800 phone line 800-827-6363 Ext. 160 Local phone line 785-823-6363 ExL 160 Fax number 785-827-6060 Today's schedule SUNDAY, MAY 6 BASEBALL Minnesota at Kansas City, 1:05 p.m. Capo, 187-2; 4. Meyer, 176-8; 5. Allen, 175-1; 6. Ramsey, 175-0. WOMEN Team scores Fort Hays State 188,2, Western State 187, Nebraska-Kearney 113, Adams Slate 103, Chadron Stale 64, Colorado-Colorado Springs 14, Colorado Mines 10. Fort Hays State results 100m hurdles — 1. Prewill, 13.92; 6. Ruggiero, 15.33. 100m dash — 2. Prewill, 11.91; 3. Kuhn, 11.99; 4. Fehrenbach, 12.00; 6. Butler, 12.13. 200m dash — 2. Fehrenbach 24.77; 3. Butler, 24,83; 5, Kuhn, 25.16; 6. Prewitt, 26.25. 400m dash — 1. Grace, 57.78; 6. Funk, 58.87. 400m hurdles — 2. Wolfram, 1:04.49; 6. Ruggiero, 1:08.12. 800m run — 2. Huncovsky, 2:17.63; 5. Sullivan, 2:19.73. 400m relay — 1. Fort Hays Slate, 46.74. 1,600m relay — 1. Fort Hays Stale, 3:54,51. Triple jump — 3, Shields, 35-6'A; 5, Teeter, 34-934. Pole vaiilt — 2. Ruggiero, 9-3; 4. Lewis, 8-3. High |ump — 3. Robinson, 5-3. Javelin — 1. Griffin. 132-9; 2. Oslerhaus, 131-3; 3. Parks, 128-0; 4. Miles, 125-7. Shot put - 2. Hill, 46-3; 5. William 41-1'A. Softball State college KCAC TOURNAMENT At Hiiisboro FRIENDS 6, MCPHERSON 0 McPherson 000 000 - 0 5 3 Friends 101 040 - 6 11 0 WP — Cochran (10-7). LP — Creep. ST. MARY 7, OTTAWA 1 Ottawa 000 000 1 - 1 7 1 St. Mary 010 051 x - 7 8 0 WP — Hoffman (13-8). LP — Ufford KANSAS WESLEY AN 7, STERLING 1 Sterling 000 001 0 -= 1 3 1 Kansas Wesieyan 106 000 x - 7 9 3 WP —Worthy.'LP —Fry. BETHANY 4, TABOR 1 Tabor 010 000 0 - 1 3 1 Bethany 001 102 x - 4 12 2 WP — Pagenkopf (6-8). LP — Ewertl. MCPHERSON 4, OTTAWA 3 McPherson 000 040 0 - 4 8 2 Ottawa 100 000 2 - 3 10 3 WP —Creep. LP —Sack. ST. MARY 4, BETHANY 3 St. Mary 010 003 0 - 4 9 3 Bethany 001 Oil 0 - 3 5 1 WP — Nardinger (9-7). LP — Richler. FRIENDS 9, KANSAS WESLEY AN 2 Kansas Wesieyan 100 010 0 - 2 4 S Friends 000 306 x - 9 5 1 WP —Simon. LP —Worthy. KANSAS WESLEY AN 8 McPHERSON 0 McPherson 000 000 - 0 1 3 Kansas Wesieyan 203 003 - 8 9 0 WP — Heishman. LP — Corrier. STERLING 6, BETHANY 2 Sterling 600 000 0 - 6 10 2 Bethany 000 010 1 - 2 8 2 WP — Frye. LP — Pagenkopf (6 -10). ST. MARY 1, FRIENDS 0 St. Mary 010 000 0 - 1 7 0 Friends 000 000 0 - 0 3 0 WP — Hoffman (14-9). LP — Cochran (10-8). KANSAS WESLEYAN 8, STERLING 0 Sterling 000 000 0 - 0 6 3 Kansas Wesieyan 000 ISO x - 6 7 2 WP — Heishman. LP — Frye. KANSAS WESLEYAN 4, FRIENDS 3 Kansas Wesieyan 020 001 1 - 4 6 1 Friends 200 100 0 - 3 6 4 WP —Worthy. LP —Simon. Championship ST. MARY 2, KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 Kansas Wesieyan 000 000 0 - 0 2 4 St. Mary 001 010 0 - 2 9 1 WP — Holfman. LP — Worthy. Horse racing Kentucky Derby winners 1876 — Aristides 1876 — Vagrant 1877 — Baden Baden 1878 — Day Star 1879 — Lord Murphy 1880 — Fonso 1881 - Hindoo 1882 — Apollo 1883 — Leonalus 1884 — Buchanan 1885 — Joe Cotton 1886 - Ben Ali 1887 — Montrose 1888 — MacBelh II 1889 — Spokane 1890 — Riley 1891 — Kingman 1892 — Azra 1893 — Lookout 1894 — Chant 1895 - Halma 1896 — Ben Brush 1897 — Typhoon II 1898 — Plaudit 1899 — Manuel 1900 — Lieut. Gibson 1901 — His Eminence 1902 — Alan-a-Dale 1903 — Judge Himes 1904 — Elwood 1905 -Agile 1906 — Sir Huon 1907 — Pink Star 1908 — Stone Street 1909 — Wintergreen 1910 — Donau 1911 — Meridan 1912 — Worth 1913 — Donerail 1914 — Old Rosebud 1915 — Regret 1916 — George Smith 1917 — Omar Khayyam 1918 — Exterminator 1919 — Sir Barton 1920 — Paul Jones 1921 — Behave Yourself 1922 — Morvich 1923 -Zev 1924 - Black Gold 1925 —Flying Ebony 1926 —Bubbling Over 1927 —Whiskery 1928 —Reigh Count 1929 —Clyde Van Ousen 1930 —Gallant Fox 1931 — Twenty Grand 1932 —Burgoo King 1933 —Brokers Tip 1934 — Cavalcade 1935 —Omaha 1936 —Bold Venture 1937 —War Admiral 1938 —Lawrin 1939 —Johnstown 1940 —Gallahadion 1941 — Whirlaway 1942 —Shut Out 1943 —Count Fleet 1944 — Pensive 1945-Hoop, Jr. 1946 —Assault 1947 —Jet Pilot 1948 —Citation 1949 —Ponder 1950 —Middleground 1951—Count Turf 1952 —Hill Gail 1953 —Dark Star 1954 —Determine 1955 —Swaps 1956 —Needles 1957 —Iron Liege 1958 —Tim Tarn 1959 —Tomy Lee 1960 —Venetian Way 1961 - Carry Back 1962 —Decidedly 1963 —Chaleaugay 1964 —Northern Dancer 1965 —Lucky Debonair 1966 —Kauai King 1967 —Proud Clarion 1968 —Forarard Pass 1969 —Majestic Prince 1970 —Dust Commander 1971—Canoneroll 1972 —Riva Ridge 1973 —Secretariat 1974 —Cannonade 1975 — Foolish Pleasure 1976 —Bold Forbes 1977 —Seattle Slew 1978 —Affirmed 1979 —Spectacular Bid 1960 —Genuine Risk 1981 — Pleasant Colony 1982 —Gato del Sol 1983 —Sunny's Halo 1984 —Swale 1985 —Spend A Buck 1986 —Ferdinand 1987 —Alysheba 1988 —Winning Colors 1989 —Sunday Silence 1990 —Unbridled 1991 —Strike Ihe Gold 1992 —Lil E.Tee 1993 —Sea Hero 1994 —Go For Gin 1995 —Thunder Gulch 1996 —Grindstone 1997 —Silver Charm 1998 —Real Quiet 1999 —Charismatic 2000 — Fusaichi Pegasus 2001 — Monarches Boxing Fight schedule Maya Al IC Light Amphitheater, Pittsburgh (ESP'N2), Paul Spadalora, Pittsburgh, vs. Joel Perez, h jus- Ion, 12, lor Spadafora's IBF lightweight title, Tito Mendoza, Panama, vs. Lionel Ortiz. Puerto R,co, 10, middleweights. May 10 Al Casino Queen, East St. Louis, O'Neil ISell, Atlanta, vs. Jose Luis Rivera, Cleveland, 12, for Bell's NABF cruisenveight lille; Oscar Bravo. Chicago, vs. Kenny Bowman, Chicago, 10, super middleweighls. May 11 Al Savannah, Ga. (ESPN2), Terronn Milletl, St. Louis, vs. Carlos Gonzalez, Mexico, 10, welier- weighls; Ebo Elder, Newman, Ga., vs. Tyri)ne Ivory, Atlanta, 10, junior welterweight. May 12 At Madison Square Garden, New Yori< (TVKO), William Joppy, Silver Spring, Md., vs. Frilix Trinidad, Puerto Rico, 12, for Joppy's WBA m:d- dieweighl title. May 15 Al Honolulu (ESPN2), Jesus Salud, Waipaliu, Hawaii, vs. Bobby Boy Velardez, San Bernardiio, Calil., 10, leatherweighls. May 17 Al Ihe Grand Biloxi (Miss.) Theatre, Ezra Sirii- ers, Pensacola, Fla., vs, Ramon Garbey, Miami, 12. for the vacant NABO junior heavyweight tiUe; Derrick Gainer, Pensacola, Fla., vs. Cedric Wlin- go, Lancaster, S.C., 10, leatherweighls. May 18 Al Foxwoods Resorts Casino, Ledyard, Conn. (ESPN2), Mickey Ward, Lowell. Mass., vs. Strive Quinonez, Palm Springs, Calil.. 10, junior welterweights. May 19 Al Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Corn. (SHO), Charles Brewer. Philadelphia, arrd Antwun Echols, Memphis, Tenn., 12, NABA supr.'r middleweight title. May 22 At San Francisco (ESPN2), Robert Davis, Akron, Ohio, vs. Terrance Lewis, Philadelphia, 10, heavyweights. May 25 At Prior Lake, Minn. (ESPN2). Reggie Johnson, Houston, vs. Will Taylor, Philadelphia. 12. Ii(|ht heavyweights; Terrance Caulhen, Phi(adelpf"./a, vs. Franco Ogentho, 10, junior welter^veights, May 26 At Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich. (HBO), Floyd Maywealher, Grand Rapids, Mich., vs. Carlos Hernandez, El Salvador, for M,ay- weather's WBC super leathenueighl lille; Jerjus Chavez, Austin, Texas, vs. Juan Arias, Napa, Calif., 12, for Chavez's NABF super fealherweiijhl title. June 1 Al Sacramento, Calil. (ESPN2), Willie Jorrin, Sacramento, Calif., vs. Michael Brodie. Engia id. 12. lor Jorrin's WBC super bantamweight title. June 2 At MCI Center. Washington (SHOI, Mike Tysrin. Las Vegas, vs. David Izon, Nigeria, 10, hea'ry- weighls. June 9 At Las Vegas, Francisco Castillejo, Spain, Oscar De La Hoya, Whillier, Calif., 12, for lie WBC super wellerweighl title. June 15 Al Ihe Blue Horizon, Philadephia (ESPN2), \/i- The run for the roses Order of finish Horse Jockey 1. Monarchos Chavez 2. Invisible lnl< Velazquez 3. Congaree Espinoza 4. Thunder Blitz Prado 5. Point Given Stevens 6. Jamaican Rum Delahoussaye 7. APyalentirie l^akatani 8. Express Tour Ftores 9. Fifty Stars Meche 10. Startac Soils 11. Millennium Wind Pincay, Jr. 12. Arctic Boy Borel 13. Songandaprayer Gryder 14. Balto Stal­ Guidry ls. Dollar Bill Day 16. Keats Ivlelancon 17. Talk is Mpney (DNF) Bailey Monarchos Invisible Ink Congaree Time: 1:594-5 Win Place Show $23 fl.SO "8.80 46.60 21.20 7.20 AP vian Harris. Brooklyn. N.Y., vs. Golden Johnson, Killeen. Texas, 10, junior welterweights; Billy Irwin, Canada, vs. Dorin Spivey, Portsmouth, Va., 10, lightweights. July 28 Al Staples Center, Los Angeles (PPV), Roy Jones. Jr., Pensacola. Fla., vs. Julio Gonzalez, Mexico, 12, lor the world light heavyweight lille; Erik Morales, Mexico, vs. Injin Chi, South Korea. 12, for the WBC feathen«eight title; Derrick Gainer, Pensacola, Fla., vs. Juan Manuel Marquez, Mexico, 12, for th? WBA feathenveight title. Golf PGA scores COMPAQ Phif Mickelson Harrison Frazar Ernie Els , David Toms Brian Gay Charles Howell III Scott Hoch Stephen Ames Steve Lowery Brad Fabel Woody Austin Chris Smith Frank Lickliter Brian Henninger Jonathan Kaye Sieve Strieker Neal Lancaster Dudley Hart Gabriel Hjertstedl Paul Gow Bob May Scott Simpson Joe Durant Blaine McCallister David Duval Chns Tidland Jerry Kelly Jeff Sluman Greg Chalmers Nick Price Carlos Franco Brian Watts Keith Cleanvater Russ Cochran Scott Dunlap John Cook Tom Pernice Jr. Hal Sutton Bob Tway Jeff Hart Kirk Tnpletl Joel Edwards Shigeki Maruyama David Peoples Kaname Yokoo Michael Clark II Scoll Verplank Dicky Pride Bradley Hughes Danny Ellis Brian Wilson Marco Dawson Kenny Perry Grant Waile Robin Freeman Ted Tryba Paul Stankowski Tommy Tolles Pete Jordan Bill Glasson Brent Geiberger Fulton Allem Jim Carter Cameron Beckman J.L. Lewis Greg Norman John Riegger Craig Kanada Andrew McLardy Andrew Magee Mike Weir Malhew Goggin PGA seniors CLASSIC 66-66-64—196 68-65-66—199 67-69-65-201 66-73-63—202 66-66-70—202 69-71-63—203 69-72-63-204 69-70-65—204 71-67-66—204 67-70-67—204 68-72-65—206 73-66-66—205 67-71-67—205 68-70-67-205 69-73-64—206 69-72-65—206 70-71-65—206 71-70-65-206 70-70-66—206 70-70-66-206 67-73-66—206 68-71-67—206 67-71-68—206 69-69-68—206 69-68-69-206 66-69-71—206 68-67-71—206 69-72-66-207 70-71-66—207 69-69-69—207 69-68-70-207 64-72-71—207 65-70-72-207 68-74-66—208 69-72-67-208 70-71-67—208 66-74-68—208 67-73-68-208 69-71-68-208 70-69-69—208 68-71-69—208 69-69-70—208 67-71-70—208 68-69-71-208 70-72-67-209 70-71-68—209 67-73-69-209 71-69-69-209 70-70-69—209 73-66-70-209 65-70-74—209 71-71-68-210 64-77-69—210 71-69-70-210 71-68-71—210 67-72-71—210 61-77-72-210 67-75-69-211 71-70-70—211 68-73-70—211 68-73-70—211 69-72-70—211 65-71-75-211 72-70-70-212 69-69-74—212 70-72-71—213 69-73-71—213 71-70-72-213 70-71-72-213 68-73-73—214 68-74-74-216 69-73-75—217 HOME DEPOT Jim Colbert Joe Inman Bruce Fleisher Mike Hill Rocky Thompson Sammy Rachels Tom Jenkins J.C. Snead Allen Doyle Waller Hall Howard Twitty David Lundstrom Don Bies Jim Ahem John Bland Vicente Fernandez Gary McCord George Archer Larry Nelson Jim Thorpe Bob Gilder Graham Marsh Doug Tewell Ed Dougherty Leonard Thompson Terry Mauney Tom McGinnis Dana Quigley INVITATIONAL 64-68-132 68-65—133 66-67-133 69-66—135 68-67—135 71-65—136 69-67-136 69-67—136 58-68—136 72-65-137 69-68-137 73-65-138 71-67—138 69-69—138 68-70-138 68-70-136 67-71-138 72-67—139 71-68—139 69-70—139 69-70-139 68-71—139 68-71—139 68-71-139 67-72-139 72-68—140 71-69—140 71-69—140 Charies Coody 70-70—140 John Schroeder 74-67—141 Wall Morgan 72-69—141 Mark Hayes 72-69-141 Mike McCullough 71-70—141 Tommy Aaron 71-70—141 Simon Hobday 70-71—141 Mike Smith 70-71—141 Kurt Cox 73-69—142 Steve Verialo 71-71-142 Larry Zieglor 68-74—142 Jim Hollgr/eve 72-71—143 John Jacobs 72-71—143 Andy North 71-72-143 Jerry McGee 69-74—143 Jose Maria Canizares 76-69—144 Fred Gibson 76-68—144 Victor Garcia .74-70—144 Bob Charies 73-71—144 Dave Eichelberger 73.71—144 DeWilt Weaver 72-72—144 Bob Murphy 70-74-144 Gibby Gilbert 75-70—145 Bobby Nichols 74-71—145 Burt Baine 74-71—145 Ted Goin 73-72—145 Brace Summerhays 69-76—145 LannyWadkins 77-69—146 Terry Florence 79-67—146 Tony Peterson 74-72—146 Hugh Baiocchi 74-72—146 Bob Duval 73-73—146 Terry Dill 73-73—146 Franli Conner 72-74—146 Bill Holstead 71-75—146 Jesse Patino 74-73—147 Harold Henning 74-73—147 Bill Brask 74-73—147 JimAlbus 73-74—147 GeneLilller 74-74—148 Jim Ferree 71-77—148 Jimmy Powell 75-74-(49 Jim Dent 74-75—149 George Burns 73-76—149 Tom Shaw 74-76—150 Orville Moody 74-76—150 Arnold Palmer 72-78—150 Miller Barber 74-77—151 Walter Zembriski 77-81—158 LPGA scores CHiCK-FIL-A CHAMPiONSHiP Sophie Guslalson Heather Daly-Donofrio Beth Daniel Catriona Matthew Annika Sorenstam Nancy Scranton Heallier Bowie Sherri Sleinhauer Jufi Inkster Leia Lindley Silvia Cavalleri Betsy King Meg Mallon Suzanne SInidwrck Michelle McGann Kathtyn Marshall Emilee Klein Sara Sanders Jean Barthofomew Kelly Robbins Laura Diaz Vicki Goetze-Ackerman Dotlie Pepper Becky Iverson Rosie Jones Wendy Doolan Gloria Park Mhairi McKay Cindy Figg-Currier Maria Hjorth Vicki Fergon Pal Hurst Rachel Teske A.J. Eathorne Wendy Ward Donna Andrews Pamela Kerrigan Generai 70-65—135 69-66-135 67-68—135 71-65—136 70-66—136 69-68—137 67-70—137 68-70-138 68-70—138 68-70-138 67-71—138 71-68—139 71-68—139 70-69-139 69-70—139 67-72—139 67-72-139 66-73—139 71-69—140 70-70—140 69-71-140 68-72—140 66-74—140 75-66—141 72-69—141 72-69—141 71-70—141 73-69—142 71-71—142 70-72-142 76-67—143 74-69—143 73-70—143 72-71—143 72-71-143 71-72—143 71-72—143 Letters of Intent BETHANY ATHLETE — Jake Windscheffel. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Smith Center HS. SPORT —Football. POSITION — Quarterback, delensive back. NOTES — Firsl-leam AH-Mld-Continenl League. Salina Journal Class 3A All-Area. ATHLETE — Jason Johnson. PREVIOUS SCHOOL —Smoky Valley HS. SPORT—Tennis. NOTES — Seventh al 1999 Class 4A stale tourney, 2000 slate doubles champion (26-8 record). ATHLETE —Cole Eilders, PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Soulheast of Saline HS. SPORT —Football. POSITION-Co rnerback. NOTES — Three-year starter, honorable men- lion all-league. ATHLETE — Darren Anderson. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Canton-Galva HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HGT —6-0. STATS — Averaged 11 .7 points, 4.3 rebounds, 3.2 assists per game . NOTES — Two-time Canlon-Galva Invitational all-tournament team, All-Heart of America League second learn. ATHLETE —Chance Ptacek. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Southeast of Saline HS. SPORT — Football, baseball. POSITION — Cornerback, wide receiver, in- lielder. NOTES — All-Area, all-league on defense, all- state second-team in baseball. ATHLETE —Bryon Smith. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Canton-Galva HS. SPORT —Football, baseball POSITION — Tight end, delensive end, out- lielder. pitcher, NOTES — All-Heart of America League light end, All-HOA honorable mention defensive end. AP sportlight May 6 1917 — Bob Groom ol the Browns duplicates teammate Ernie Koob's feat of Ihe previous day by pitching a 3-0 no-hit victory against the Chicago White Sox in the second game of a doubleheader in St. Louis. 1973 — The New England Whalers beat the Winnipeg Jets 9-6 to win the first World Hockey Association championship. 1978 — Alfirmed. ridden by Steve Caulhen, holds off Alydar's late charge for a 1 'A length victory in (he Kentucky Dertiy. This is Affimied's easiest race against Alydar en route to (ha Triple Crown. 1988 — Grand Canyon sets a college scoring record wilh a 45-15 victory over Denver. Rici< Sliner is 6-for-8 with 11 RBfs and (hree home nins and Matt Hyde is 6-lor-9 wilh two homers and seven RBIs. 1991 — Sergei Bubka ol Ihe Soviet Union breaks his world outdoor pole vault record and Seppo Raty of Finland smashes the world javelin record during Ihe Toto International Super Track and Field Meet in Japan. Bubka clears 19-11, breaking his outdoor record ol 19-10%. Raty hurts the javelin 301-9, breaking the wortd record of 298-6. 1994 — Lennox Lewis stops Phil Jackson in the eighth round lo retain his WBC heavyweight championship in Atlanlic City, N.J. 1996 — The Seattle SuperSonics make a playoff-record 20 3 -pointer5, including 13 in a row, lo beat the Houston Rockets 105-101, 1998 — Rookie Kerry Wood ties the major league record with 20 strikeouts In a nine-Inning game, pitching a one-hitter to lead the Chicago Cubs over the Houston Astros 2-0. • AUTO RACING Stewart holds off field for his first victory of season Driver pulls in front with 39 laps left and makes it stick In suspenseful finishing run By HANK KURZ Jr. The Associaled Press RICHMOND, Va. — Tony Stewart won stirring duels with Ricky Rudd, Rusty Wallace and Jeff Gordon, taking the lead with 39 laps to go Saturday night and winning the Pontiac Excitement 400, his first victory this year. Stewart had a lead of more than a second until Dave Blaney hit the wall in turns 3 and 4 with seven laps to go, bringing out the eighth caution, setting up the rivals for a suspenseful run for the finish. The crowd roared its approval when NASCAR then red-flagged the event with five to go so safety crews could make sure the track was clean and safe, then used two caution laps to prepare for the final sprint. That left two laps of green-flag racing, and when the green flew, so did Stewart, Gordon and Wallace. But when Wallace pulled even with Gordon and ran him up the banking in turn 2, it gave Stewart clear sailing. "I thought NASCAR was going to take it away from me," Stewart said of the final restart. "I sat there and thought about every restart in the book and every restart I had in 23 years and it worked." Gordon finished second, followed by Wallace, and the two rivals bumped several times on the cool down lap, in the same spot where Wallac;e ran Gordon into the wall several yea.rs ago, costing him a possible victory "I just got too loose there at the very end," Wallace quippeji about the bumping duel with Gordon. "Not much I could do about that." Gordon was livid when he confronted Wallace after the battle. "He body-slammed me pretty good and I got pretty mad at him," Gordon said after collecting himself. "There was no reason for him to slam me." The red flag proved very costly for points leader Dale Jarrett, whose car ran out of gas during the delay and had to be pushed around the track to his pits. Jarrett went from eighth to a 15th- place finish. BYU men win volleyball titl(? ByThe Associated Press LONG BEACH, Calif. — Second-ranked Brigham Young won the NCAA men's volleyball championship Saturday, beating top-ranked UCLA 30-26, 3026, 32-20. Mike Wall, the tournament's most outstanding player, finished with 16 kills, five digs and four block assists. Brigham Young, also the 19S9 champion, finished the season 23-4. UCLA, the 2000 champion, was 24-8. Toliver leads qualifying COMMERCE, Ga. — Jerry . Toliver topped the Funny Car. qualifying in the Advance Auto Parts NHRA Southern Nationals on Saturday with a quarter- mile run of 4.843 seconds at 310.98 mph. Kenny Bernstein, Greg Anderson, Matt Hines and Bob Panella led their divisions in"> the $2 million event at Atlanta Dragway Bernstein led the Top Fuel'" competition with his Friday -' pass of 4.521 at 318.92. The run is the quickest under the NHRA's go-percent nitro- methane rule. Anderson earned his first career top qualifying award in Pro Stock, running a 6.884 at 199.82 in his Pontiac Firebird. Hines' Suzuki led the Pro Stock Motorcycle field with a pass of 7.199 at 187.21, and PaneUa's ; Chevrolet S-10 topped the Pro ' Stock Truck category with a track-record 7.471 at 180.69. ' Musgrave earns pole MADISON, 111. — Ted Mui'^^ grave, the only double winner on the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series this season, ouf-" ran Terry Cook to win the pol6 position for Sunday's Ram Tough 200 at Gateway International Raceway The pole was Musgrave's second of the year and fifth . straight for a Dodge Ram. Musgrave, who lapped the 1.25-mile speedway at an average speed I of 129.971 mph, won from the ', pole in Bakersfield, Calif., iri'-', mid-March. '•^'•^ Sprewell: Get me some help PURCHASE, N.Y — Utterly disgusted with his team's first: round loss to Toronto, LatreU ". Sprewell called Saturday for ' major changes in the makeup , of the New York Knicks. "Something has to be done as far as getting us some size and, toughness. We've got a bunch' { of guards on this team," Sprewell said. "Personal feel- * ings have to be set aside. If you can't lay it on the line, then you don't need to be here." ' The Knicks were overpow- ' ered inside as Antonio Davis, J Jerome Williams and Charles Oakley kept the Knicks off the' offensive boards and scored ' with relative ease. Marcus Camby became a non-factor in[ the series after Game 1, in part because of a hostage standoff ,' at his mother's home. Larry ' Johnson did not play in the se-, ries because of a chronically sore back, although his backup, Kurt Thomas, emerged as a steady contributor and the J team's best low-post scorer. Prince, Bogans to enter draft LOUISVILLE, Ky — Tayshaun Prince and Keith Bogans, Kentucky's top scorers last season, plan to enter the NBA draft. However, they will not sign with agents, leaving open the possibility of a return to Kentucky if they don't like their projected position in the June ' 27 draft. ' "They'll both visit teams ' that interest them and work I out for teams that are interest-' ed in them," Kentucky coach Tubby Smith said Saturday from Churchill Downs, where he was attending the Kentucky Derby "It's very possible they »J could decide to continue to play at Kentucky, but that quefe*- tion can't be answered right now." College underclassmen have until June 20 to withdraw from this year's draft. ' Bogans, a sophomore guard ' last season, led Kentucky in ; scoring, averaging 17 points. ; Prince, a forward, averaged 16.9 points as a junior. Jones plans gold blitz NEW YORK— Marion Jones could be after another gold • medal haul this summer. This time, it won't be at the • > Olympics but at the World -r-j. Track and Field Championships. ::-^-z The difference between last » year's chase of five golds at the Sydney Games and this sea-,,,,; son's goal is that Jones is not ' discussing her plans yet. "Maybe saying two years be-' fore the games that I wanted to- win five golds was a bit too much," she said.

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