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B2 MONDAY, MAY 7, 2001 SCOREBOARD THE SALINA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule MONDAY, MAY 7 AUTO RACING — NASCAR, Winston Cup, Ponliac Ex- 400, FSRM, cable 55. BASKETBALL — NBA, Dallas al San Anlonio, TNT, ca- HOCKEY — NHL, New Jersey at Toronto, ESPN, Noon citement 7p .m, ble41. 6p.m, cable 38, Baslcetliall NBA playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-ol -7) Saturday's result San Anlonio 94, Dallas 78, San Antonio leads series 1-0 Sunday's results Milwaukee 104, Charlotte 92, Milwaukee leads series 1-0 LA Lakers 108, Sacramento 105, Los Angeles leads series 1-0 Toronto 96. Philadelphia, 93, Toronto leads series 1 -0 Monday's game Dallas at San Anlonio, 7 p.m. NBA summaries BUCKS 104, HORNETS 92 CHARLOTTE (92) Brown 3-6 1-2 7, Mashbum 8-22 7-9 23, Campbell 6-16 5-6 17, Davis 5-12 7-9 18, Wesley 6-12 2-3 14. Magloire 2-2 0-0 4, E.Robinson 1-5 2-2 4, Coleman 2-3 0-0 5, Totals 33-78 24-31 92. MILWAUKEE (104) G.Robinson 5-14 4-4 15, Williams 4-8 0-0 8, Ham 1-3 0-0 2, Allen 9-22 5-6 26, Cassell 8-1611 20, Johnson 2-3 0-0 4, Thomas 4-8 1-1 10, Hunter 5-10 2-5 14, Calley 2-2 1-2 5. Totals 4086 14-19 104. Charlotte 24 16 33 19- 92 Milwaukee 27 28 23 26—104 3-Point Goals—Charlotte 2-12 (Coleman 1-1, Davis 1-6, Wesley 0-2, Mashburn 0-3), Milwaukee 10-23 (Cassell 3-6, Allen 3-7, Hunter 2-5, Thomas 1-2, G.Robinson 1-3). Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Charlotte 51 (Campbell 13), Milwaukee 52 (Johnson 12). Assists—Charlolte 18 (Davis 7), Milwaukee 31 (G.Robinson 11). Total louls—Charkjtle 22, Milwaukee 23. Techni­ cals—Milwaukee Illegal Delense, A—18,717 (18,717). LAKERS 10B, KINGS 10S SACRAMENTO (105) Stojakovic 6-18 6-6 20, Webber 12-22 10-14 34, Divac 3-11 1-3 7, Christie 2-6 1-1 5. Williams 5-8 2-2 14, Turkoglu 5-7 2-2 12, Pollard 4-8 1-1 9, B.Jackson 2-4 0-0 4. Barry 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 3986 23-29 105. LA LAKERS (108) Fox 2-7 0-0 4, Gram 3-6 0-0 6, ONeal 17-32 1019 44, Bryant 10-23 9-11 29, Fisher 4-8 2-4 11, Horry 4-5 0-0 9, Lue 0-3 0-0 0, Shaw 2-3 0-0 5, Totals 42-87 21-34 108, Sacramento 30 24 24 27—105 LA Ukers 28 25 31 24-108 3-Poinl Goals—Sacramento 4-11 (Williams 2-3, Stojakovic 2-5, Barry 0-1, Christie 0-1, B.Jackson 0-1), Los Angeles 3-12 (Horry 1-1, Shaw I-t, Fisher 1-3, Bryant 0-1, Fox 0-3, Lue 0-3), Fouled out-Divac. Rebounds—Sacramento 53 (Pollard 14), Los Angeles 58 (O'Neal 21). Assists— Sacramento 14 (Williams 4), Los Angeles 22 (Bryant 5). Total (ouls—Sacramento 22, Los Angeles 21. Technicals—Webber, Divac, Horry, A-18,997 (18,997). RAPTORS 96, SIXERS 93 TORONTO (96) Carter 13-29 8-9 35, Oakley 4-12 4-4 13, Davis 4-12 2-4 10, Childs 0-4 0-0 0, A.Williams 6-9 2-2 15, Clark 1-2 1-2 3, Curry 7-12 2-2 20. Totals 3580 19-23 96. PHILADELPHIA (93) Lynch 3-4 0-0 6, Hill 2-4 1-2 5, Mutombo 6-9 57 17, Snow 2-7 5-6 9, Iverson 11-34 12-15 36, McKie 6-13 1-214, Geiger 0-1 0-0 0, OIlie 0-1 00 0, Jones 2-5 2-4 6, Totals 32-78 26-36 93. Toronto 21 26 26 23—96 Philadelphia 17 20 24 32-93 3-Point Goals—Toronto 7-18 (Curry 4-9, Oakley 1-1, A.Williams 1-2, Carter 1-4, Childs 0-2), Philadelphia 3-10 (Iverson 2-5, McKie 1-2, Hill 01, Jones 0-2). Fouled out—Childs. Rebounds- Toronto 49 (Davis 12), Philadelphia 56 (Mutombo 12). Assists-Toronto 23 (Carter 7), Philadelphia 18 (Snow 7). Total (ouls—Toronto 27, Philadelphia 26. Technicals—Childs, Iverson, Lynch. Flagrant fouls—Childs, Jones. A—20,692 (20,444). NBA today Monday, May 7 SCOREBOARD Dallas at San Antonio {7 p.m. CDTl. Game 1 of the lirst postseason matchup between ttie Texas teams was embarrassing lor the Mavericks. But the Spurs' victory came at a cost — Derek Anderson's separated shoulder. STAR Saturday • Tim Duncan, Spurs, had 31 points and 13 rebounds as San Anlonio thrashed Dallas 94-78 in Game l of their semifinal. SHOOTING BRICKS Dallas' 11 points in the first quarter and 23 points in the second were playoff lows for the franchise, as was the 34-point first hall in the 9478 drubbing from San Antonio. Sieve Nash was O-for-4 in the lirsl half and never got oH a shot in (he second. Dirk Nowitzki was O-for-5 in the first hall and finished with nine poinls. SIDESWIPED Delias' Juwan Howard was ejected in the first hall of Saturday's all-Texas semifinal for a flagrant foul on San Antonio's Derek Anderson, who separated his nght shoulder and could miss the rest of the playolls. As Anderson drove and jumped, Howard swung his arm into Anderson, iusl below the armpit. Anderson landed on his shoulder and hobbled off the court. Howard said It was uninlenlionai and apologized. STAT Shawn Bradley's four first-quarter blocks were tiie most by a San Antonio opponent in one quarter in a playoff game. He totaled six. but Dallas lost 94-78. SIXER HONORED Philadelphia center Dikembe Mutombo received the NBA's J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award, Mutombo is trying to build a 300-bed hospital in Kinshasa, the capital of his native Congo. The loundation in his name assists humanitarian work in his homeland. He has donated S3 million to start work on (he $44 million facility and given S250.000 in medical supplies and 40 beds lo existing hospitals. SUED Two Utah residents are suemg Jazz center Olden Polynice, saying he pretended to be a police officer and threatened them in a case ol road rage. The lawsuit was filed Friday by Steven Ivlc- Sweeney and Laurie Slephensen and asks for S50,000 m damages. Polynice was charged twice last year with impersonating a police officer. "Why doesn't it surprise me thai these people sued an NBA player?"' said Polynice's lav/yer, Walter Bugden. SPEAKING 'Something has lo be done as lar as gelling us some size and toughness. We've got a bunch of guards on this team. Personal feelings have lo be sel aside. If you can'l lay it on the line, then you don't need to be here." ~ New York's Latrell Sprewell, the day aller the Knicks were eliminated Irom the playoffs by Toronlo. USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division W L Pel, GB Pennsylvania 6 2 .760 — Maryland 3 2 .600 1'.2 Long Island 2 3 .400 2'.i Brooklyn 1 4 .200 S'-i Atlantic City 0 6 .000 5 Southern Division W L Pel, GB Flonda 5 0 1.000 — Oklahoma 4 1 .800 1 Ukeland 3 3 .500 2'', Kansas 1 2 ,333 3 Dodge City 1 3 .250 3 Saturday's results Pennsylvania 140, Atlantic City 106 Maryland 99, Brooklyn 96 Lakeland 92, Dodge City 83 Sunday's result Pennsylvania 144, Atlantic City 107 Monday's games Brooklyn at Long Island Lakeland al Oklahoma CAIIen t1 7 2 2 0 Hinch c 10 0 0 Lawtoh dh 6 2 3 0 RSnchz ss 4 10 0 Koskie 3b 7 14 0 MJSwy dh 5 2 11 Mnlkw tb 6 2 2 2 Dye if 6 2 3 1 THuntrcl 5 113 Randa3b 4 12 2 JJonesll 4 2 0 1 McCrtylb 4 3 2 2 Przyns c 5 0 11 DBrwn II 6 13 2 Kms 2b 5 0 2 2 hOrtiz c 3 0 12 Ouinn II 2 0 0 0 Alicea2b 4 111 Totals 521016 9 Totals 44121511 Minnesota 004 000 420 000—10 Kansas City 100 300 312 002—12 One out ivhen winning run scored. E—CAIIen (1), Grimsley (2), DP—Minnesota 2. LOB—Minnesota 13, Kansas Cily 6, 2B—CAIIen (2), Pierzynski (7), MJSweeney (13), McCarty (2), DBrown (6), HOrliz (5), HR-THunter (3), DBrown (2). SB-Koskie (4), Randa (1), CS— CGuzman (2), S—RSanchez. SF—MJSweeney, Randa, Alicea, IP H RER BB SO Minnesota JRomero 6 9 4 4 1 2 Carrasco 1 3 4 3 1 0 BWells 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hawkins 1 2 2 2 1 2 TEMiller L,0-1 21-3 1 2 2 1 0 Kansas City Suppan 6 9 6 5 3 0 Grimsley 1 2 2 0 1 1 JSantiago 1 3 2 2 1 1 RMHemandez 2 10 0 12 Bailey W,1-0 2 1 0 0 0 2 Carrasco pitched to 2 batters in the 8th, Suppan pitched to 2 batters in the 7lh. HBP—by Suppan (Rivas). WP—Carrasco, Bailey 2. Umpires—Home, Marquez; First, McClelland: Second, Vi/inters; Third, Barrett, Ted. T—4:07. A—17,052 (40,793). Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Hall Eastern Division W L Pet- GB Arkansas (Angels) 16 12 .571 — Wichita (Royals) 13 13 .500 2 Shreveport (Giants) 13 17 .433 4 Tulsa (Rangers) 11 16 .379 5</i Western Division W L Pet. GB Round Rock (Astros) 23 7 .767 San Antonio (Mariners) 16 11 .593 5'A Midland (Athletics) 16 15 .500 6 El Paso (D'backs) 8 22 .267 15 Saturday's results Midland 15, Arkansas 4 Round Rock 7, Tulsa 0 Wichita 5. San Antonio 0,4innings, rain San Antonio at Wichita, cod., rain Shreveporl 5, El Paso 2 Sunday's results Arkansas 8, Midland 2 Round Rock 6, Tulsa 0 San Antonio at Wichita, 2, ccd„ rain El Paso 7, Shreveport 6 Monday's games Arkansas al El Paso Round Rock at Wichita, 6 p.m. San Antonio at Tulsa Sbrevepoil at Midland Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L x-Nebiaska 19 6 38 12 x-Baylor 16 8 33 18 x-TexasTech 17 9 37 15 x-Texas 19 11 34 22 Oklahoma 13 13 23 28 Oklahoma State 13 14 35 18 Texas A&M 13 14 28 25 Iowa State 9 14 19 26 Missouri 10 17 30 21 Kansas State 10 17 25 26 Kansas 7 23 • 23 30 x-Clinched a berth in the Big 12 Tournament at Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, May 16-20. Saturday's results Nebraska 9-10, Oklahoma State 7-8,2nd game, 11 innings: Missouri 5-5, Eastern Kentucky 2-6, Texas 8, Texas A&M 1; Oklahoma 8-7, Iowa State S-5; Kansas 7, Kansas State 3. Sunday's results Oklahoma 4, Iowa State 2: Kansas 6, Kansas State 7,10 innings; Texas 4, Texas A&M 3: Missouri 12, Eastern Kentucky 2; Nebrasl<a 20, Oklahoma Stale 2, Monday's games No games scheduled. Tuesday's games Western Illinois at Iowa Stale, 3 p.m.: Southwest Texas State at Baylor, 7 p.m.: Nebraska vs. Creighton at Rosenblatt Stadium, 7 p,m. Big 12 linescores TEXAS 4, TEXAS A&M 3 Texas A&M 000 020 001 — 3 6 0 Texas 101 000 20x — 4 6 0 French, Deininger (3), Russ (7) and Gtem- minger; Clari<, Jordan (5), Monies (9) and Anderson, WP—Jordan (3-6). LP—Deininger (2-0). S—Monies (2). HR—T: Hubele. NEBRASKA 20, OKLAHOMA STATE 2 Oklahoma Stale 000 Oil 0 — 2 9 4 Nebraska 042 392 x — 20 14 1 Mecoage, Merrigan (2), Rollandini (5), Heal (5), K,Oakes (5) and M.Oakes: Rodaway and Morris. WP—Rodaway (3-1). LP—Meccage (3-2). HR— OS: McAulifle; N: Johnson, Cote, Hopper, Eymann. OKLAHOMA 4, IOWA STATE 2 Iowa Stale 000 010 001 — 2 B 1 Oidahoma 000 211 OOx — 4 10 0 Bigwood, Donnelly (7) and Wickham: Mix, Bradbury (8), Roberts (9) and Smith, WP—Mix (3-7), LP—Bigwood (2-8). S—Roberts(4). KANSAS 8, KANSAS STATE 7 Kansas Slate 010 601 000 0 - 7 9 1 Kansas 100 Oil 202 1 - 8 14 3 Smilh, Brazeal (7), Day (9) and Cavender: Gish, Williams (3), Davis (4). Wilcher (5), Strann (9) and OelChiaro. WP - Slrann (2-1), LP — Day (1-2). 2B — KB; Castillo, Cavender, Maloney, Soto; K; Spanish. HR — KS: Cavender: K: Gremminger. Saturday's game KANSAS 7, KANSAS STATE 3 Kansas Stale 000 200 100 — 3 13 4 Kansas 200 130 Olx — 7 10 0 Melcher, Tallman (7) and Cavender; Lantz, Thompson (7) and DelChiato. WP—Lantz (3-6). LP—Melcher (3-3). S—Thompson (2). IVIVC linescores WICHITA STATE 5, EVANSVILLE 4 Evansvllle 000 000 220 — 4 II 0 Wichita Slate 000 014 OOx — 5 6 2 Davis, Glen (6), Brinson (6) and Setalini; Sanders, Dennison (7), Haines (8) and Becker. WP—Sanders (4-6). LP—Davis (4-3). S— Haines (9). 28—E: Carroll; WS: Green. HR— WS: McCarty, Green. WICHITA STATE 7, EVANSVILLE 5 Evansvllle 400 000 010 — 5 7 1 Wichita Slate 000 301 12x — 7 II 1 Wegman, Obenchain (5), Glen (8) and Snyder and Seralini. WP—Haines (4-1). LP—Glen (5-3). 2B-WS: Becker. HR-^E: Rohleder: WS: McCarty- State college FORT HAYS STATE 12 METROPOLITAN STATE 6 Fort Hays Stale 060 100 5 - 12 14 1 Melropolllan Stale 100 120 2 - 6 9 2 Curran, Eylar (6) and Garcia; Parmenler, Cummings (7) and Gwinner. WP — Curran (8-1). LP — Parmenter (4-3). 2B — FH: Burton, Graham: M; Slultz, Edwards 2, METROPOLITAN STATE 3 FORT HAYS STATE 2 Fort Hays Stale 000 002 0 - 2 5 0 Melropolllan Slate 200 000 1 - 3 8 0 Sells, Dill (7) and Garcia; Gehlen and Gwinner, WP - Gehlen (7-5). LP - Dill (3-2). 2B - FH: Dreher, Hurtado, Sanlangelo; M: Dudley, Baseball Late boxscore SATURDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE ROYALS 12, TWINS 10 MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY abrhbl abrhbl CGzmn ss 7 0 10 THbbtd d 5 12 0 Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Besl-ol-7) Saturday's results Bullalo 3. Pittsburgh 2 (ot), Bullalo leads series 3-2 Toronto 3, Nev/ Jersey 2, Toronlo leads series 3-2 Sunday's result Colorado al Los Angeles, (n) Monday's game New Jersey at Toronto. 6 p.m. How to contact us: Harold Bechard sihbechard@sal]ournal.com Erik Bonar sjebonar@saljournal.com Bob Davidson sjbdavidson@saljournal.com Arne Green siargreen@saijournal.com Larry Moritz sjlmoritz@sailournai.oom Christian D Orr sJcorr@saijournal.com Troy Paiensl<e sjtpaienske@saijournai.com 800 ptione line 800-827-6363 Ext. 160 Local phone line 785-823-6363 Ext. 160 Fax number 785-827-6060 1. Komakech-Tooley, BY; 2. Camping-Friesen, TB; 3, Duncan-Whltworlh, FR. No. 3 — 1. Harvey-Harvey, BY; 2. Fisher-Wienandl, FR; 3. Roblnson-Amilndarez, FR, Today's schedule MONDAY, MAY 7 BASEBALL Chase County vs. Salina Sacred Heati al Evans Stadium, 4:30 p.m. Salina South al McPherson, 5 p.m. GOLF Southeast ol Saline boys Invitational al Salina Elks C.C., 3 p.m. SOCCER Salina South girls vs. Salina Central al Burke Park, 4 p.m. SOFTBALL McPherson at Salina South, 4 p,m, Salina Central al Topeka West, 4 p,m, Salina Sacred Heart al Ell-Saline, 4:30 p.m. TRACK & FIELD Salina Sacred Heart & Southeast ol Saline at Ellinwood, 4 p.m. al 8:34 ol overtime lo give Bullalo a 3-2 win over Pittsburgh and a 3-2 lead in the series. • Tomas Kaberie, Maple Leais, scored with 29.4 seconds lo play in Toronto's 3-2 victory In New Jersey. STU-PENDOUS Stu Barnes scored in overtime in BuKalo's 3-2 win over Pittsburgh on Saturday, his second con- sectitive game-winning goal. Barnes has lour goals and five points in the series. He also scored the winner in Buffalo's 5-2 victory in Game 4. SCORING D Delensemen Tomas Kaberie, Bryan McCabe and Cory Cross accounted (or all the Toronto scoring in a 3-2 win over New Jersey on Saturday, Cross has two goals in the playolfs alter getting only three during the entire regular season, STRONG RETURN After hurting his shoulder in Game 1 and missing the next two games ol the series, Jaromir Ja- gr played a solid game in Pittsburgh's 3-2 loss lo Buffalo on Sunday, Jagr's second goal ol the playolls opened the scoring, SURPRISE Despite Ihe commotion surrounding Tie Domi's hit, Toronto's 3-2 win over New Jersey on Saturday was the least-penalized game in the series. Both teams Itnished with live penalties, resulting in (our power plays each, STILL CLIMBING Mario Lemieux's assist on Pittsburgh's first goal in Sunday's 3-2 overtime loss to Bulfalo gave him 178 career playoll points. He moved ahead ol former Montreal captain Jean Beliveau and into a lie with Bullalo's Doug Gilmour for seventh on the NHL career list. SORRY? Tie Domi said he called Scott Niedermayer to apologize lor the hit that caused a concussion in the waning seconds of Game 4 on Thursday. Domi said he also apologized to his coaches and teammates lor letling them down. But he contends Ihe hit did not merit his banishment Irom the playods and may appeal the decision. STARTING Ken Sutton replaced Scott Niedermayer in New Jersey's lineup lor the Devils 3-2 loss to Toronto on Saturday, It was Ihe lirst playoff action for Ihe nine-year veteran since 1996 with SI, Louis, SPEAKING •Somebody told me that history does not repeat I believe that." — Jaromir Jagr, alter Pittsburgh's 3-2 loss to Bulfalo Saturday, the Penguins' third straight setback. Last season, Ihe Penguins won the lirst two games in their second-round series, then lost Ihe next lour. Auto racing NHL today Monday, May 7 SCOREBOARD UsH Jersey at Toronto (6 p.m. CDT). The Mapie Leafs can upset the defending champion Devtis with a win al home. STARS Saturday • Stu Barnes, Sabres, scored the winning goal NASCAR results PONTIAC 400 1. (7) Tony Stewart, Pontiac, 400, $150,175, 2. (6) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 400, $133,827, 3. (2) Rusty Wallace, Ford, 400, $117,740. 4. (4) Steve Park, Chevrolet, 400, $95,493, 5. (3) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 400,593,297, 6. (11) Johnny Benson, Pontiac, 400, $57,350, 7. (14) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 400, 575,348, 8. (19) Matt Kenselh, Ford, 400, $52,475. 9. (21) Ken Schrader, Pontiac, 400,561,235. 10. (9) Bobby Ubonte, Ponliac, 400, $98,162, 11. (15) Steriing Martin, Dodge, 400, $62,995, 12. (42) Casey Atwood, Dodge, 400, $38,950, 13. (1) Mark Martin, Ford, 400, $87,126, 14. (17) JeK Burton, Ford, 400, $84,521. 15. (20) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 400, $85,712, 16. (5) Jimmy Spencer, Ford, 399, $55,911. 17. (32) Kevin Harvick,' Chevrolet, 399, $82,427. 18. (31) Kurt Busch, Ford, 399, $48,650, 19. (37) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 399, $68,195, 20. (22) Rick Mast, Chevrolet, 398, $39,575. 21. (10) Ward Burton, Dodge, 398, $72,185, 22. (16) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 398, $35,725, 23. (36) Elliott Sadler, Ford, 393, $61,215. 24. (24) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 398, $70,699. 25. (33) Mike Wallace, Ford, 397, $49,600. 26. (28) Jason LeHler, Dodge, 397, $46,400. 27. (27) Kevin Lepage, Chevrolet, 397, $37,675, 28. (26) Bobby Hamilton, Chevrolet, 396, $45,450, 29. (40) Stacy Complon, Dodge, 396, $37,225, 30. (43) Todd Bodine, Ford, 396, $37,600. 31. (41) Ron Hornaday Jr., Ponliac, 394, 536,650. 32. (23) Robert Pressley, Ford, 393, $42,000, 33. (38) Dave Blaney, Dodge, 388, crash, 533,950. 34. (39) John Andretii, Dodge, 387,568,927. 36. (12) Michael Walttip, Chevrolet, 364, 543,850, 36. (35) Jeremy Maylield, Ford, 359, $73,084. 37, (8) Bill Elliott, Dodge, 342,558,473, 38. (30) Terry Labonle, Chevrolet, 329, crash, 566,430. 39. (18) Brett Bodine, Ford, 327,533,625, 40, (25) Kenny Wallace, Pontiac, 322, engine failure, 533,550. 41. (29) Jerry Nadeau, Chevrolet, 257, crash, 541,500. 42, (34) Andy Houston, Ford, 206, engine failure, 533,455. 43, (13) Ricky Craven, Ford, 165, crash, 533,654, CART results LEHIGH VALLEY GRAND PRIX 1. (23) Scott Dixon, Toyota Reynard, 225 laps, 114.840 mph. 2. (2) Kenny Brack, Ford Lola, 226, 3. (8) Paul Tracy, Honda Reynard, 225, 4. (It) Jimmy Vasser, Toyota Reynard, 225, 5. (17) Christian Filtipaldi, Toyota Lola, 225. 6. (13) Michael Andretti, Honda Reynard, 225, 7. (1) Bruno Junqueita, Toyota Lola, 225, 8. (12) Dario Franchitti, Honda Reynard, 225, 9. (4) Oriol Senda, Ford Lola, 225, 10. (9) Cristiano da Malta, Toyota Lola, 225, 11. (5) Helio Caslroneves, Honda Reynard, 225. 12. (16) Roberto Moreno, Toyota Reynard, 225. 13. (3) Michel Jourdain Jr., Ford Lola, 224, 14. (18) Tora Takagi, Toyota Reynard, 224. 15. (19) Shinji Nakano, Honda Reynard, 224. 16. (10) Tony Kanaan, Honda Reynard, 224. 17. (24) Max Wilson, Phoenix Lola, 222, 18. (25) Nicolas Minassian, Toyota Lola, 220. 19. (6) Adrian Fernandez, Honda Reynard, 186, electrical. 20. (21) Alex Zanardi, Honda Reynard, 167, mechanical. 21. (7) Biyan Herta, Ford Reynard, 132, mechanical. 22. (20) Alex Tagliani, Ford Reynard, 120, contact. 23. (15) Gil de Ferran, Honda Reynard, 120, contact. 24. (14) Max Papis, Ford Lola, 76, mechanical, 25. (22) Patrick Carpentier, Ford Reynard, 28, mechanical. NHRA results ADVANCE AUTO PARTS SOUTHERN NATIONALS Top Fuel—Mike Dunn, 4.591 seconds, 325.06 mph del. Darreil Russell, broke. Funny Car—Frank Pedregon, Pontiac Firebird, 4.902, 305.98 del. Ron Capps, Chevy Camaro, 5.566,180.07. Pro Slock—Jim Yates, Pontiac Grand Am, 6.959, 199.43 del. Greg Anderson, Pontiac Firebird, loul. Pro Slock Bike—Antron Brown, Suzuki, 7.263, 183.72 del. Matt Hines, Suzuki, 7.249,185.03. Pro Stock Truck—Bob Panella Jr, Chevy S- 10,8,185,128.54 del. Jeff Gracia, CMC Sonoma, foul. Federal-Mogul Dragsler-Jay Meyer, 5,548, 248.89 del. Jason Cannon, 5,658,257,09, Federal-Mogul Funny Car—Frank Manzo, Dodge Avenger, 5.730, 250.69 del. Jay Payne, Chevy Camaro, 5,800,250,18, Comp Eliminator—Brian Browell, Dragster, 7,429, 180,21 del, Mike Saye, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 8,979,150,06, Super Slock— Joe LoClcero, Chevy Camaro, 9,861,134,50 del, Dan Fletcher, Camaro, 10,307, 126,42, Stock—Bill Howell, Ford Mustang, 12,156, 139,50 del. Jeff Strickland, Pontiac Firebird, loul. Super Comp— Alan Kenny, Dragster, 8.927, 165.64 del. James Paul, Roadster, 8,861,164,19, Super Gas—Mike Minigh, Chevy II, 9,861, 139.21 deL Thomas Stalba Jr, Chevy Camaro, 9,867,133,33, Super Street-G,S, Abbott, Chevy Vega, 10917,129.95 del, Robbie Welch, Ford Fairlane, 10,919,123,52, NASCAR trucks CRAFTSMAN TRUCK RAM TOUGH 200 1, (1) Ted Musgrave, Dodge, 160, $47,310, 2, (4) Scott Riggs, Dodge, 160, $33,675, 3, (2) Terry Cook, Ford, 160, $31,840. 4, (14) Rick Crawford, Ford, 160, $22,150 5, (10) Travis Kvapil, Chevrolet, 160, $19,425, 6, (9) Ricky Hendrlck, Chevrolet, 160, $14,025. 7, (8) Matt Cralton, Chevrolet, 159, $13,150. 8, (3) Jack Sprague, ChevrolsL 159,511,550, 9, (12) Dennis Selzer, Chevrolet, 159, $10,850, 10, (18) Billy BIgley, Chevrolet, 159, $13,100. 11, (21) Randy Tolsma, Chevrolet, 159, $10,100, 12, (5) Joe Rutlman, Dodge, 159,59,915, 13, (6) Jimmy Hensley, Chevrolet, 158,59,865, 14, (13) Lance Norick, Chevrolet, 158,59,815. 15, (20) Brendan Gaughan, Dodge, 158, 59,315. 16, (26) Michael Ritch, Chevrolet, 158,59,465. 17, (22) Ken Schrader, Chevrolet, 158, $8,415. 18, (17) Frank Kimmel, ChevroleL 157,59,240, 19, (11) Chuck Hossleld, Ford, 157. $9,140. 20, (23) Willy T Ribbs, Dodge, 157, $9,740. 21, (7) Carlos Conlreras, Dodge, 157,59,390. 22, (25) CoyGibbs, Chevrolet, 156,59,065. 23, (32) Urty Gunselman, Ford, 155, $8,040, 24, (28) Bobby Ootter, Chevrolet, 154, $8,015, 25, (34) Ricky Sanders, Ford, 154, $8,390, 26, (19) Nathan Buttke, Chevrolet, 152, $7,965. 27, (15) Nathan Haseleu, Ford, 150,57,940. 28, (36) LonI Richardson, Chevrolet. 146, $7,915, 29, (16) Jim Inglebright, Chevrolet, 145, brakes, $7,865, ,30, (27) Stan Boyd, Chevrolet, 80, engine, $7,890. 31. (30) Jason White, Ford, 68, engine, $7,840. 32. (24) Michael Dokken, Ford, 24, accident, $7,815, 33, (33) Tom Powers, Dodge, 22, engine, $7,790. 34, (29) Wayne Edwards, Chevrolet, 9, engine, $7,765. 35. (35) Phil Bonilield, Chevrolet, 5, ignition, $7,765, 36, (31) Bill Lester, Dodge, 1, handling, $7,765. T^ack & field State college KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE At Wichita MEN Team scores Southwestern 185, Friends 121, Bethany 106, Kansas Wesleyan 90, Bethel 52, Ottawa 41, Tabor 37, Starting 11, McPherson 7, Individual results 110m hurdles — 1, DeGroot, BL, 15,00; 2. Bowers, FR, 15.00; 3. Brown, OT, 15,00, 400m hurdles — 1, DeGroot, BL, 53,22; 2, Kim, SW, 55.38; 3. Brown, OT, 55,67, 100m dash — 1. Tosu, BY, 10.67; 2, Howell, FR, 10,78; 3, Home, SW, 10.89, 200m dash — 1. Peugh, KW, 22.11; 2, Tosu, BY, 22,34; 3, Raybould, FR, 22.93, 400m dash — 1, Peugh, KW, 48,95; 2, Pingel, BY, 49.02; 3. Oyer, FR, 50,36; 4, Tubbs, KW, 5038; 6, McComiick, KW, 52,37, 800m run — 1. GoerUen, TB, 1:58.46; 2, Shimon, SW, 1:59,79; 3, Gallatdo, FR, 2:00,34, 1,500m run — 1. Reeves, FR, 4:03,03; 2, Lit- trelf, SW, 4:04,31; 3. Shimon, SW, 4:05,05. 400m i^lay — 1, Bethany, 42,13; 2. Ottawa, 42,42; 3, Friends, 42,62; 4, Kansas Wesleyan, 42,79, 1,600m relay — 1, Bethel, 3:19.87; 2. Bethany, 3:20.31; 3, Kansas Wesleyan, 3:22.65, Discus — 1, Morton, KW, 161-2; 2, Wheat, BY, 159-1; 3, Gallagher, BL, 158-4; 4. Wright, KW, 143-9. High lump — 1. Janzen, TB, 6-4; 2. Kemp, ST, 6-4; 3, Penner, TB, 6-2; 5, Finch, KW, 6-0, Triple jump — 1, Finch, KW, 46-10; 2, Hart- lield.SW, 43-11; 3, Smith. MP, 43-1, Hammer throw — 1. Hotyna, SW, 163-5; 2, Browne, SW, 134-6; 3, Morton, KW, 134-2, Steeplechase — 1. Liltrell, SW, 9:47.53; 2 Engleheart, OT, 9:50.48; 3. BergquisI, SW, 9:56,22, WOMEN Team scores Southweslam 185, Friends 94, Tabor 78, Ottawa 69, Bethany 60, Bethel 50, Kansas Wesleyan 35, McPherson 24, Starting 16, individual results 100m hurdles — 1, Doyle, BL, 14,47; 2, Evans, TB, 15.30; 3. Nguyen, SW, 15,41, 400m hurdles — 1, Doyle, BL, 1:02.20; 2. Nguyen, SW, 1:03,23; 3. Woolf, SW, 1:05.60; 6, Seidl.KW, 1:15,75, 100m dash — 1. Carlile, OT, 11,98; 2. Tolbert, KW, 12.36; 3, Arnokd, OT, 12.55. 200m dash — 1. Arnold, OT, 26.61; 2. Mans, SW, 26,83; 3. Tolbert, KW, 26,96. BOOm run — 1. Mohr, SW, 2:25.36; 2. Nelson, BY, 2:26.53; 3. Helmer, SW, 2:28.66, 400m dash — 1. Peters, BL, 5768; 2, Mans, SW, 57,80; 3, Wooll, SW, 59.84; 6. Daughtry, KW, 1:01,97 1,500m ran — 1, Helmer, SW, 5:10,48; 2. Brake, FR, 5:19,27; 3, Scott, FR, 5:24,44, 3,000m ran — 1, Brake, FR, 11:04,21; 2, Helmer. SW, 11:22,99; 3. Scott, FR, 11:32,41, 400m relay — 1, Southwestern, 49,98; 2, Ottawa, 50,36; 3, Friends, 51,24; 4, Kansas Wesleyan, 52.36. 1,600m relay — 1. Southwestern, 4:03.00; 2. Tabor, 4:15.33; 3. Ottawa, 4:18.22; 5. Kansas Wesleyan, 4:22,10. Discus - 1. Nutter, BY, 122-4; 2. Nech, BY, 121-0; 3, Keroeker, TB, 120-2, High lump — 1. Rush, OT, 5-0; 2, Robbel, ST, 6-0; 3. Whitehead, TB, 4-10 Triple (ump — 1, Dick, BL, 36-6 'A; 2. Serrano, MP, 35-1 'h; 3, Henderson, KW, 33-11 'A. Hammer throw — 1. Smilh, SW, 120-4; 2. Nut' ter, BY, 112-1; 3, Slueve.SW, 105-6, Fight schedule Mays Al IC Light Amphitheater, Pittsburgh (ESPN2), Paul Spadalora, Pittsburgh, vs, Joel Perez. Houston, 12, for Spadalora's ISF lightweight lille; Tito Mendoza, Panama, vs, Lionel Ortiz, Puerto Rico, 10, middleweighls. May 10 Al Casino Queen, East St. Louis, O'Neil Bell, Atlanta, vs. Jose Luis Rivera, Cleveland, 12, for Bell's NABF crulserweight title; Oscar Bravo, Chicago, vs, Kenny Bowman, Chicago, 10, super middleweighls. May 11 At Savannah, Ga, (ESPNS), Terronn Milfelt. SI, Louis, vs, Carios Gonzalez, Mexico, 10, welterweights; Ebo Elder, Newman, Ga,, vs, Tyrone Ivory, Atlanta, 10, |unior welterweight. May 12 Al Madison Square Garden, New Yort< (TVKO), William Joppy, Silver Spring, Md„ vs. Felix Trinidad, Puerto Rico, 12, lor Joppy's WBA middleweight title. May 15 At Honolulu (ESPN2), Jesus Safud, Waipahu, Hawaii, vs, Bobby Boy Velardez, San Bernardino, Calif., 10, feathen*eighls. May 17 At Ihe Grand Biloxl (Miss.) Theatre, Ezra Sellers, Pensacola, Fla., vs. Ramon Garbey, Miami, 12, lor the vacant NABO iunior heavyweight title; Derrick Gainer, Pensacola, Fla„ vs. Cednc Mingo, Lancaster, S,C„ 10, leathenNeighls, May 18 At Foxwoods Resorts Casino, Ledyatd, Conn, (ESPN2), Mickey Ward, Lowell, Mass,, vs, Steve Ouinonez, Palm Springs, Calif,, 10, junior welterweights. May 19 At Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Conn, (SHO), Chartes Brewer, Philadelphia, and Anhvun Echols, Memphis, Tenn., 12, NASA super middleweight title. May 22 Al 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, light heavyweights; Terrance Cauthen, Philadelphia, vs. Franco Ogentho, 10, junior weltenveights. May 26 At Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich, (HBO), Floyd Mayweather, Grand Rapids, Mich,, vs, Carios Hernandez, El Salvador, for Mayweather's WBC super feathen«eight title; Jesus Chavez, Austin, Texas, vs. Juan Arias, Napa, Calil., 12, for Chavez's NABF super feathemveight title. June 1 Al Sacramento, Calil. (ESPN2), Willie Jorrin, Sacramento, Calif,, vs, Michael Brodie, England, 12, lor Jorrin's WBC super bantamweight lille. June 2 Al MCI Center, Washington (SHO), Mike Tyson, Las Vegas, vs, David Izon, Nigeria, 10, heavy-, weights. Junes Al Las Vegas, Francisco Castillejo, Spain, vs, Oscar De La Hoya, Whittier, Calil,, 12, lor the WBC super wellenveight lille, June 15 Al the Blue Horizon, Philadephia (ESPN2), Vivian Harris, Brooklyn, N,Y„ vs. Golden Johnson, Killeen, Texas, 10, junior weltenveights; Billy Irwin. Canada, vs, Dorin Spivey, Portsmouth. Va., 10, lightweights, July 28 At Staples Center, Los Angeles (PPV), Roy Jones, Jr., Pensacola, Fla„ vs, Julio Gonzalez, Mexico, 12, (or Ihe worid light heavyweight lille; Erik Morales, Mexico, vs, Injin Chi, South Korea, 12, lor the WBC leatherweight title; Derrick Gainer, Pensacola, Fla„ vs, Juan Manuel Marquez, Mexico, 12, lor the WBA featherweight title. Tennis State men KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Team scores Bethany 62, Friends 50, Tabor 50. Singles No. 1 — 1. Komakech, BY; 2, Camozzato, FR; 3. Brown, TB, No. 2 — 1, Spears, FR; 2, Talbott, BY; 3, Breeden, TB. No, 3 — 1 , Cromwell, BY; 2, Robinson, FR; 3. Fisher, TB, No. 4 — 1, B.Har­ vey, BY; 2. Camping, TB; 3. Duncan, FR. No, 5 — 1. Tooley, BY; 2. Whitworth, FR; 3. Wienandl, TB. No, 6 - 1 , Brown, BY; 2, Raugusl, TB; 3, Ar- mindarez, FR, Doubles No. 1 — 1, Cromwell-Talboll, BY; 2, Brown- Bteeden, TB; 3. Camozzalo-Spears, FR, No. 2 — PGA results fiOMPAQ CLASSIC David Toms, $720,000 66-73-63-64—266 Phil Mickelson, $432,000 66-66-64-72—268 Ernie Els, 5272,000 67-69-65-68—269 Harrison Frazar, $192,000 68-65-66-71—270 Chris Smilh, $152,000 73-66-66-66—271 Brian Gay, $152,000 66-66-70-69—271 Chartes Howell ill, $134,000 69-71-63-69—272 Frank LIckliter, $116,000 67-71-67-68—273 Steve Lowery, $116,000 71-67-66-69—273 Stephen Ames, 5116,000 69-70-66-69—273 David Peoples, $79,429 68-69-71 -66—274 Greg Chalmers, 579,429 70-71-66-67—274 Jell Sluman, 579,429 69-72-66-67—274 Joe Durant, 579,429 67-71 -68-68—274 Bob May, 579,429 67-73-66-68—274 Dudley Hart, 579,429 71-70-65-68—274 Scott Hoch, $79,429 69-72-63-70—274 Joel Edwards, $52,160 69.69-70-67-275 Tom PerniCB Jr„ 552,160 66-74-68-67—275 Jer7 Kelly, $52,160 68-67-71-69—275 David Duval, $52,160 69-68-69-69—275 Brad Fabel, 552,160 67-70-67-71 -275 Shigeki Maruyama, 538,400 67-71-70-68—276 Bob Tway, 538,400 69-71 -68-68-276 Nick Price, 538,400 69-69-69-69-276 J,L, Lewis, $29,000 69-69-74-65—277 Danny Ellis, $29,000 73-66-70-68—277 Jell Hart, 529,000 70-69-69-69—277 Chris Tidland, $29,000 66-69-71 -71—277 Neal Lancaster, 529,000 70-71-65-71—277 Steve Strieker, 529,000 69-72-65-71-277 Scott Dunlap, $24,200 69-72-67-70—278 Brian Watts, $24,200 64-72-71-71—278 Bill Glasson, $18,933 68-73-70-68—279 Kiri( Tripfell, $18,933 68-71-69-71—279 John Cook, $18,933 70-71-67-71—279 Keith Cleanivater, 518,933 65-70-72-72—279 Russ Cochran, $18,933 68-74-66-71—279 Carios Franco, $18,933 69-68-70-72—279 Gabriel Hjertsledt, $ 18,933 70-70-66-73—279 Paul Gow, 518,933 70-70-66-73-279 Woody Austin, 518,933 68-72-65-74—279 Kenny Perry, 512,480 64-77-69-70-280 Brian Wilson, 512,480 65-70-74-71—280 Scoll Verplank, 512,460 67-73-69-71-280 Hal Sutton, 512,480 67-73-68-72-280 Blaine McCallister, $12,480 69-69-68-74—280 Scott Simpson, $12,480 68-71-67-74—280 Brian Hanninger, 512 ,460 68-70-67-75—280 Jim Carter, 59,840 65-71-75-70—281 Cameron Beckman, $9,840 72-70-70-69—281 Robin Freeman, $9,840 71-68-71-71-281 Pete Jordan, 59,307 71-70-70-71—282 Paul Stankowski, 59,307 61-77-72-72-282 Jonathan Kaye, $9,307 69-73-64-76-282 Craig Kanada, $8,960 71-70-72-70-283 Greg Norman, $8,960 70-72-71 -70—283 Brent Geiberger, $8,960 68-73-70-72—283 Fulton Allam, 58,960 69-72-70-72-283 Dicky Pride, 58,960 71-69-69-74-283 Mike Weir, 58,560 68-74-74-68—284 Tommy Tolles, $8,560 67-75-69-73-284 Ted Tryba, 58,560 67-72-71-74—284 Marco Dawson, $8,560 71-71-68-74—284 Michael Clarti II, $8,560 70-71-68-75—264 John-Riegger, 58,240 69-73-71-72-265 Grant Waite, 58,240 71 -69-70-75—285 Kaname Yokoo, 58,240 70-72-67-76—285 Bradley Hughes, $8,080 70-70-69-77—286 Andrew McUrdy, $7,960 70-71 -72-74—267 Andrew Magee, 57,960 68-73-73-73-287 Malhew Goggin, $7,840 69-73-75-74—291 Seniors results HOME DEPOT INVITATIONAL Bruce Fleisher, $195,000 John Bland, 5114,400 Larry Nelson, 578,000 Jim Thorpe, 578,000 Jim Colbert, 578,000 Allen Doyle, 549,400 Joe Inman, 549,400 Dana Ouigley, 539,000 Walter Hall, 539,000 Graham Marsh, 527,114 Sob Gilder, $27,114 David Lundstrom, 527 ,1 14 J.C, Snead, $27,114 Mike Hill, $27,114 Rocky Thompson, $27114 Sammy Rachels, 527,114 Doug Tewell, 517,832 Vicente Fernandez, 517,832 Don Bies, 517,832 Jim Ahem, $17,832 Howard Twitty, $17,832 Tom Jenkins, $17,832 Mike Smith, $13,975 Gary McCord. $13,975 Jim Holtgrieve. $12,123 John Schroeder, 512.123 Leonard Thompson, 512,123 Ed Dougherty, 512,123 Dave Eichelberger, 510 ,270 Sieve Veriato, $10,270 Terry Mauney, 510,270 Gibby Gilbert, $8,970 Simon Hobday, $8,970 Watt Morgan, 58,970 Bob Duval, $7,600 John Jacobs, $7,800 Kurt Cox, $7,800 66-67-68—201 68-70-66-204 71-68-66-205 69-70-66—205 64-68-73-205 68-68-70-206 68-65-73—206 71-69-67—207 72-65-70—207 68-71-69-208 69-70-69-208 73-65-70-208 69-67-72-208 69-66-73-206 68-67-73—208 71-65-72-208 68-71-70—209 68-70-71-209 71-67-71-209 69-69-71-i 69-68-72-209 69-67-73-209 70-71-69-210 67-71-72—210 72-71-68-211 74-67-70—211 67-72-72-211 68-71-72-211 73-71-68-212 71-71-70—212 72-68-72-212 75-70-68—213 70-71-72—213 72-69-72-213 73-73-68-214 72-71-71-214 73^9-72—214 Frank Conner, $6,370 72-74-69—216 Bob Chartes, $6,370 73-71-71—215 Andy North, $6,370 71-72-72—215 Urry Zlegler, $6,370 68-74-73—215 Mark Hayes, $6,370 72-69-74—216 Chartes Coody, $6,370 70-70-75—215 Tom McGlnnIs, $6,370 71-69-75-215 Bill Brask, $4,420 74-73-69—216 Hugh Baiocchi, $4,420 74-72-70—216 Bnjce Summerhays, $4,420 69-76-71—216 Ted Goin, 54,420 73-72-71—216 Bob Murphy, 54,420 70-74-72—216 Fred Gibson, 54,420 76-68-72—216 Tommy Aaron, $4,420 71-70-75—216 Mike McCullough, $4,420 71-70-75—216 Jim Dent. $3,120 74-75-6S—217 Bill Holstead, $3,120 71-75-71—217 Jer7 McGee, 53,120 69-74-74—217 Jesse Patino, 52,600 74-73-71—218 Tony Peterson, 52,600 74-72-72—218 Lanny Wadklns, 52,600 77-69-72 -21 8 Terry Florence, $2,600 7B-67-72—218 George Archer, $2,600 72-67-79—218 Jim Albus, 52,080 73-74-72—219 Bobby Nichols, 52 ,080 74-71-74—219 Jose Maria Canlzares, $2,080 75-69-75—219 DeWitt Weaver, $1,820 72-72-76—220 Jimmy Powell, $1,495 75-74-72—221 Gene Utiler, $1,495 74-74-73 —221 Jim Ferree, 51 ,495 71-77-73—221 Terry Dill, $1,495 73-73-75 —221 Tom Shaw, $1,183 74-76-72—222 Victor Garcia, $1,183 74-70-78—222 Harold Henning, $1 ,027 74-73-76-223 Burt Baine, $1,027 74-71-78—223 George Bums, $910 73-76-77—226 Arnold Palmer, $858 72-78-77-227 Onrifle Moody, $806 74-76-80—230 Walter ZembriskI, $754 77-81-73—231 Miller Barber, $702 74-77-81—232 LPGA results CHICK-FIL-A CHAMPIONSHIP x-won on second playoff hole x-Annika Sorenstam, 5180,000 70-66-67—203 Sophie Gustafson, $11 1 ,71 1 70-65-68—203 Dottle Pepper, $72,461 66-74-64—204 Beth Daniel, 572,461 67-68-69—204 Catriona Matthew, $51,326 71-65-60—205 Kelly Robbins, $38,947 70-70-66—206 Sara Sanders, $38,947 66-73-67—206 Vicki Goelze-Ackerman, $28,381 68-72-67—207 Kalhryn Marshall, 528,381 67-72-68—207 Nancy Soranton, $28,381 69-68-70—207 Sherri Stelnhauer, 521,335 68-70-70—208 Juli Inkster, 521,335 68-70-70—208 Heather Bowie, $21,335 67-70-71—208 Hiromi Kobayashi, 516,665 70-73-66—209 Cindy FIgg-Currier, $16,665 71-71-67—209 Betsy King, $16,665 71-68-70-209 Emilee Klein, 516,665 67-72-70-209 Silvia Cavalleri, $16,665 67-71-71—209 Janice Moodie, $13,032 73-71-66—210 Pamela Ketrijan, $13,032 71-72-67—210 Mhairi McKay, $13,032 73-69-68—210 Michelle McGann, $13,032 69-70-71—210 LeIaLindfey, $13,032 68-70-72—210 Heather Daly-Donofrio, $13,032 69-66-75—210 Karen Stupples, $11 ,170 69-74-68 —211 Laura Diaz, $11,170 69-71-71—211 Sheni Turner, 510,083 75-70-67 —212 Lorie Kane, $10,083 69-75-68—212 Jean Bartholomew, $10 ,083 71-69-72—212 Gloria Paris, $10 ,083 71-70-71 -212 Deb Richard, $8,272 70-75-68—213 Bart) Mucha, $8,272 72-72-69-213 Pal Hurst, $8,272 74-69-70—213 A.J. Eathorne, 58,272 72-71-70-213 Kellee Booth, 58,272 69-74-70 —21 3 Backy Iverson, 58,272 76-66-72 -21 3 Suzanne Stnidwick, $8,272 70-69-74—213 Rachel Teske, $6,210 73-70-71—214 Donna Andrews, 56,210 71-72-71—214 Eva Dahllol, 56,210 70-73-71-214 Maria Hjorth, $6,210 70-72-72—214 Wendy Doolan, $6,210 72-69-73—214 Rosie Jones, $6,210 72-69-73—214 Meg Mallon, $6,210 71-68-75-214 SB Ri Pak, 54,369 75-71-69-215 Jane Cralter, $4,369 74-72-69—215 Dorothy Delasin, 54,369 74-71-70-216 Dine Ammaccapane, $4,369 73-72-70—215 Tina Barrett, $4,369 73-72-70-215 Jenny Udback, 54,369 74-70-71-215 Wendy Ward, 54,369 72-71-72-215 Akiko Fukushlma, 54,369 7 1 -72-72—215 Marisa Baena, 52,814 73-73-70—216 Alicia Dibos, $2,814 70-76-70—216 Angela Slantord, $2,814 73-72-71-216 Maggie Will, $2,814 72-73-71—216 Nanci Bowen, $2,814 70-75-71-216 Shani Waugh, $2,814 73-71-72—216 Vicki Fergon, $2,814 76-67-73—216 Krislal Parker, $2,814 71-72-73—216 Chariotta Sorenstam, $2,053 74-70-73—217 Uselolle Neumann, $2,053 69-74-74—217 Amy Fruhwirth, $1,811 73-73-72—218 Annette DeLuoa, $1,81 1 72-74-72 —21 8 Tracy Hanson, $1,811 71-75-72—218 Joan Pitcock, $1,539 75-70-74—219 Vickie Odegard, $1,539 74-71-74-219 Alison Nicholas, $1,539 67-78-74—219 Jenniler Resales, $1,539 71-73-75-219 Nancy Lopez, 51,539 70-74-75—219 Audra Burks, 51 ,539 71-73-75—219 Gail Graham, $1 ,328 71-72-77—220 Ashli Bunch, 51,283 71-75-75—221 Suzy Green, $1 ,283 69-76-76—221 Molra Dunn, $1,225 70-75-78-223 Laura Davias, $1 ,225 70-74-79—223 General AP sportlight May 7 1938 — Lawrin, ridden by Eddie Arcaro, wins Ihe Kentucky Dertjy by one length over Dauber, 1955 — Swaps, ridden by Willie Shoemaker, wins the Kentucky Dertiy by 1 'A lengths over Nashua, 1972 — The Los Angeles Lakers win their first NBA championship with a 114-100 victory over the New Yort< Knicks In Game 5, 1977 —Heavily favored Seattle Slew, ridden by Jean Cruguet, wins the Kentucky Dertiy by 1 y< lengths over Run Dusty Run, 1982 — A lederal juiy rules that the NFL violated antitrust laws when it unsuccessiully attempted to prevent the Oakland Raiders from moving lo Los Angeles, 1988 — Winning Colors, ridden by Gary Stevens, leads Irom start to linish lo win Ihe Kentucky Dertiy by a neck, becoming Ihe lirsl roan and only Ihe third lilly lo win Ihe race, 1993 — Wayne Gretzky of the Los Angeles Kings scores his lOOlh and 101 st pfayod goals in a 7-4 win over the Vancouver Canucks, 1994 — The Denver Nuggets, with a 98-94 overtime win against the No, 1-seeded Seattle SuperSonics, become the first eighth-seeded playoff team to win a series. The Nuggets come back from an 0-2 deficit in Ihe best-ol -5 series. 1995 — Reggie Miller scores eight points in the last 16 seconds to lead the Indiana Pacers lo a 107-105 win over Ihe New Yort( Knicks in Ihe second-round opener o( Ihe NBA playolls. Transactions BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM ANGELS—Placed C Bengie Molina on the 1S-day disabled llsL Recalled C Jose Moll' na from Salt Lake ol Ihe PCL. Transferred OF Kimera Bartee Irom the 1 5- to Ihe 60-day disabled lisL MINNESOTA TWINS-Placed DH David Ortiz on Ihe 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP Jack Cressend Irom Edmonton ot the PCL. TEXAS RANGERS—Named director ol player development Reid Nichols first-base coach. National League CINCINNATI HEDS-Recalled RHP Rob Bell Irom Louisville ol the International League, FLORIDA MARLINS—Optioned RHP Jason Grilli lo Calgary ol Ihe PCL Activated RHP Chuck Smith Irom the 15-day disabled lisL HOUSTON ASTROS-Recalled RHP Roy Os^ wait from New Orieans of the PCL Optioned LHP Wayne Franklin lo New Orieans, PITTSBURGH PIRATES-Optioned SS Jack Wilson to Nashville ol the PCL, Placed C Keith Osik on the 15-day disabled lisL Purchased the contract ol RHP Don Wengert Iram Nashville. Re called OF Tike Redman Irom Nashville, FOOTBALL ' National Footbaii League CINCINNATI BENGALS-Walved CB Chartes Fisher and FBKalanI Sitake. GREEN BAY PACKERS—Signed RB Ahman Green to a one-year contracL SAN DIEGO CHARGERS-Slgned S Rob Pate, Waived FB Ed Wilder. HOCKEY National Hockey League ST LOUIS BLUES-Recalled C Sebastian Bordeleau, D Vladimir Chebalurtdn, C Justin Papineau, D Jame Polkick, C Pascal Rheaums, G Dwayne Roloson, RW Marti Rycrolt, D Mike Van Ryn and D Matt Walker from Worcester of the AHL. COLLEGE BUTLER—Named Todd LIckliter men's basketball coach. GEORGE WASHINGTON—Named Kari Hobbs men's basketball coach. KENTUCKY—Announced F Tayshaun Prince and G Keith Bogans will lorego their remaining eligibility and enter the NBA draft. NEW HAMPSHlRE-Named Tony Trisciani, Richard Maresco, Jell McDonald, Ted Stewart and Scot Ruggles assistant lootball coaches. ROBERT MORHIS-Named Mark Schmidt men's basketball coach. SPORTS DIGEST Mavs' Howard [ not suspended By The Associated Press SAN ANTONIO — Juwan Howard will be back for Game , 2 of the Dallas-San Antonio Western Conference semifi- ,a nals, while Derek Anderson could miss the rest of the play- " offs. Howard, the Dallas starting forward, could have been suspended a /y>\ ^^^^^^ M^nAitA*: flagrant WikV^h^rr ^krti foul that ^^MAVERICKS left Anderson with a separated 'i^ right shoulder in San Anto- ^ nio's 94-78 win Saturday night. |*j Dallas coach Don Nelson, who asked that the foul be downgraded from a flagrant 2 to a flagrant 1, said Sunday that the NBA let the call stand but did not suspend Howard. Game 2 in the best-of-seven series is Monday night at the Alamodome. Anderson is expected to be out 3-to-6 weeks. While the Spurs described the foul as out-of-line and more • than a "playoff hard foul," the .v Mavericks insisted it was unintentional. ?A- The crash came with 2.5 seconds left in the first half. An- > i derson leapt high for a dunk, •„ and at the peak of his jump, Howard flew in swinging at the • ball. He caught part of it, but his arm came down across An- i derson's right shoulder. Anderson fell hard and later stag- ; gered off the court wincing in ^ pain. 11 Howard said he apologized ;, to Anderson after they both left the game. "It wasn't done intentional- • •! ly," Howard said. "Like I said, L i went for the ball to try to block,,; the shot, and as I hit the bas- - • ketball, my arm came down and got tangled with his. As i, his momentum was moving forward, he lost his balance and feU." Clancy to declare for draft LOS ANGELES — In an abrupt reversal, USC junior forward Sam Clancy has decid- ed to make himself available ,,, for the NBA draft. ,; Clancy is expected to inform the NBA of his intentions today, but will not sign with an agent, which will give him the , option of returning to USC for his senior season. As recently as last week, : . Clancy denied any possibility of turning pro. ., "I see everyone else has de- '' Glared but I feel I'm not ready . for the NBA," he said. "I've already decided. To me it isn't an issue." Millwood to undergo MRI ATLANTA — Atlanta Braves right-hander Kevin Millwood left his start Sunday after two • innings complaining of stiffness in his right shoulder. Millwood will undergo an MRI today and is not likely to join the team when its leaves for San Diego that afternoon. He indicated it was too early to tell how much time. If any, he will miss. His next start is scheduled for Saturday in Los Angeles. Jason Marquis is the candidate most likely to replace Millwood, who has struggled since finishing third in the 1999 Cy Young Award voting. "It just feels like it has no zip," Millwood said. "It feels stiff, awkward, whatever you want to call it. Kind of numb. My fastball's got nothing on it." George Washington hires Hobbs as basketball coach WASHINGTON — Karl Hobbs, an assistant at Connecticut the past eight years, was hired as the basketball coach at George Washington. He succeeds Tom Fenders, who resigned last month because he said he was burned out. Hobbs accepted the GW job on Saturday and was to complete the final details of his contract, school spokesman Brad Bower said Sunday Hobbs is to be introduced as u. coach on Monday He takes over a team that went 14-18 last season, includ- •. ing an 8-11 record in the Atlantic 10. Green signs with Packers GREEN BAY, Wis. — Ahman Green, who led Green Bay in rushing and receiving last season, signed a one-year contract with Packers. The deal is worth $1.1 million, the minimum under the collective bargaining agreement. He had been a restricted ' free agent. Green ran for 1,175 yards and 10 touchdowns. He caught 73 passes for 559 yards and three TDs.

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