02 THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 200O SCOREBOARD THE SALINA JOURNAL Television today's schedule THURSDAY, JUNE 29 AUTO RACING 7 p.m. — NASCAR. Winston Cup. qualifying tor Pepsi 400. ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL 6 p.m. — Magor Leagues, Atlanta at NY Mets, WTBS. cable 25; FSRM, cable 55. BASKETBALL 10 p.m. — USBL, Florida al Kansas. Access, cable 6. FOOTBALL 7 p.m. — Arena League. Florida at Buffalo, TNN, cable 34. GOLF 11 a.m. — PGA Seniors. United States Open, ESPN, cable 38. I p.m. — PGA. Greater Hartlord Open, ESPN, cable 36. 3 p.m. — PGA Seniors. United States Open, ESPN, cable 38. TENNIS II ».m. — Wimbledon, TNT, cable 41. Basketball NBA draft MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Selections from the 2000 NBA Oral) with team, player, projected position and college, high school, or foreign team: First Round 1. New Jersey, Kenyon Martin. I, Cincinnati. 2. Vancouver, Slromile Swift, f. LSU. 3. L.A. Clippers. Darius Miles. I, East St. Louis (III.) HS. 4. Chicago, Marcus Fizer, f, Iowa Stale. 5. Orlando (from Golden Stale). Mike Miller, f, Florida. 6. Atlanta, DerMarr Johnson, g, Cincinnati. 7. a-Chicago (from Washington through Golden State), Chris Mihm, c, Texas. 8. Ceveland, Jamal Crawford, g, Michigan. 9. b-Houston. Joel Przybilla, c, Minnesota. 10. c-Orlando (Irom Denver), Keyon Pooling, g, Missouri. 11. Boston. Jerome Moiso. I, UCLA. 12. Dallas. Elan Thomas, f. Syracuse. 13. d-Orlando. Courtney Alexander, g, Fresno Slate. 14. Detroit. Maleen Cleaves, g, Michigan Slate. 15. Milwaukee. Jason Collier, c. Georgia Tech. 16. Sacramento, Hidayet Turkoglu, I, Eles Pilsen (Turkey). 17. Seattle. Desmond Mason, f. Oklahoma Stale. 18. L.A. Clippers (from Toronto through Atlanta, Philadelphia and New York), Ouenlin Richardson, g, DePaul. 19. Charlotte, Jamaal Magloire, c, Kentucky. 20. Philadelphia, Craig "Speedy" Claxton, g, Holslra. 21. Toronto (from Minnesota), Morris Peterson, f. Michigan Stale. 22. e-New York, Donnell Harvey, f, Florida. 23. Utah (Irom Miami), DeShawn Stevenson, g, Washington Union HS, Fresno, Calil. 24. Chicago (from San Antonio). Dalibor Bagaric, c, Benlson Zagreb (Croatia). 25. Phoenix, lakovos Tsakalidis, c. AEK (Greece). 26. Denver (Irom Utah), Mamadou N'diaye, c, Auburn. 27. Indiana, Primoz Brezec, I, Olimpi|a Ljubljana (Slovenia). 28. Portland, Erick Barkley. g, St. John's. 29. L.A. Lakers, Mark Madsen, f, Stanford. Second Round 30. L.A. Clippers, Marko Jaric, g, Fortitudo Bologna, Italy. 31. (-Dallas (Irom Chicago), Dan Langhi, f, Vanderbill. 32. Chicago (from Golden Slate), A.J. Guylon, g, Indiana. 33. Chicago (Irom Vancouver through Houston), Jake Voskuhl, c, Connecticut. 34. Chicago (from Atlanta), Khalid EI-Amin, g, Connecticut. 35. Washington, Mike Smith, I, Louisiana-Monroe. 36. New Jersey, Soumaila Samake, c. Cincinnati (IBL). 37. Miami (Irom Cleveland through Denver), Eddie House, g, Arizona State. 38. Houston, Eduardo Najera, f, Oklahoma. 39. New York (Irom Boston), Lavor Poslell, g, SI. John's. 40. Atlanta (Irom Denver), Hanno Mottola, f, Utah. 41. San Antonio (from Dallas), Chris Carrawell, I, Duke. 42. Seattle (Irom Orlando), Olumide Oyedeji, f, DJK Wurzburg (Germany). 43. Milwaukee. Michael Redd, g, Ohio State. 44. Detroit, Brian Cardinal, f, Purdue. 45. Sacramento, Jabari Smith C, LSU. 46. Toronto, DeeAndre Hullelt, f, Las Vegas (IBL). 47. g-Seattle, Josip Sesar, g, Cibona Zagreb (Croatia). 48. Philadelphia. Mark Karcher, g-f, Temple. 49. Milwaukee (from Charlotte), Jason Hart, g, Syracuse. 50. Utah (Irom New York), Kaniel Dickens, f, Idaho. 51. Minnesota. Igor Rakocevic, g, KK Crvena Zveda (Yugoslavia). 52. Miami, Ernest Brown, c, Indian Hills JC. 53. Denver (Irom Phoenix), Dan McClinlock, c, Northern Arizona. 54. h-San Antonio. Corey Hightower, g, Indian Hills JC. 55. Golden Stale (from Ulah), Chris Porter, I, Auburn. 56. Indiana, Jaquay Walls, g, Colorado. 57. Atlanta (Irom Portland through Detroit), Scoonie Penn, g, Ohio Stale. 58. Dallas (from L.A. Lakers), Pete Mickeal, f, Cincinnati. a-Traded the rights to Cleveland lor the rights to No. 8 Jamal Crawford. b-Traded the rights to Milwaukee lor the rights to No. 15 Jason Collier. c-Traded the rights to L.A. Clippers. d-Traded the rights to Dallas. e-Traded the rights to New York for the rights to No. 58 Pete Mickeal. (•Traded the rights to Houston lor the rights to No. 38 Eduardo Najera. g-Traded Ihe rights to Boston. h-Traded the rights to L.A. Lakers. TEAM-BY-TEAM PICKS MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Team-by-leam selections Irom the 2000 NBA draft with round selected, overall selection number, projected position and college, high school, or foreign team: Atlanta Hawks 1. (6) DerMarr Johnson, g, Cincinnati. 2. (40) Hanno Motlola, f. Utah. 2. (57) Scoonie Penn, g, Ohio State. Boston Celtics 1.(11)Jerome Moiso, f, UCLA. Charlotte Hornets 1. (19) Jamaal Magloire. c. Kentucky. Chicago Bulls I. (4) Marcus Fizer, f. Iowa Stale. 1. (7) Chris Mihm, c, Texas (traded rights to Cleveland). 1. (24) Dalibor Bagaric, c, Benlson Zagreb (Croatia). 2. (32) A.J. Guyton, g, Indiana. 2. (33) Jake Voskuhl, c, Connecticut. 2. (34) Khalid EI-Amin, g, Connecticut. Cleveland Cavaliers 1. (B) Jamal Crawford, g, Michigan (traded rights to Chicago). Dallas Mavericks 1. (12) Elan Thomas, f, Syracuse, 2. (31) Dan Langhi, I, Vanderbill (traded rights to Houston). 2. (58) Pete Mickeal, f, Cincinnati. Denver Nugget* 1. (26) Mamadou N'diaye, c. Auburn. 2. (53) Dan McClintock, c.'Northern Arizona. Detroit Pistons 1. (14) Mateen Cleaves, g, Michigan State. 2. (44) Brian Cardinal, f. Purdue. Golden State Warriors 2. (55) Chris Porter, f. Auburn. Houston Rocket* 1. (9) Joel Przybilla, c, Minnesota (traded rights o Milwaukee). 2. (38) Eduardo Najera, I. Oklahoma (traded rights to Dallas). Indiana Pacers 1. (27) Primoz Brezec, f, Olimpija Ljubljana Slovenia). 2. (56) Jaquay Walls, g, Colorado. L.A. Clippers 1. (3) Darius Miles, t, East St. Louis (III.) HS. 1. (18) Ouenlin Richardson, g, DePaul. 2. (30) Marko Jaric, g, Fortitude Bologna, Italy. L.A. Lakers 1. (29) Mark Madsen. f, Stanford. Miami Heat 2. (37) Eddie House, g, Arizona Stale. 2. (52) Ernest Brown, c, Indian Hills JC. Milwaukee Bucks 1. (15) Jason Collier, c, Georgia Tech (traded rights to Houston). 2. (43) Michael Redd, g, Ohio State. 2. (49) Jason Hart, g, Syracuse. Minnesota Timber-wolves 2. (51) Igor Rakocevic, g, KK Crvena Zveda Yugoslavia) New Jersey Nets 1. (1) Kenyon Martin, f, Cincinnati. 2. (36) Soumaila Samake, c, Cincinnati (IBL). New York Knlcks 1. (22) Donnell Harvey, f, Florida. 2. (39) Lavor Poslell, g-f, St. John's. Orlando Magic 1. (5) Mike Miller, I, Florida. 1. (10) Keyon Dooling, g, Missouri (traded Ihe rights to L.A. Clippers). t. (13) Courtney Alexander, g, Fresno Slate 'traded rights to Dallas). Philadelphia 76ers 1. (20) Craig 'Speed/ 1 Claxton, g, Hofstra. 2. (48) Mark Karcher, g-f, Temple. Phoenix Sun* 1. (25) lakovos Tsakalidis, c, AEK (Greece). Portland Trail Blazers 1. (28) Erick Barkley, g, St. John's. Sacramento Kings 1. (16) Hidayet Turkoglu, f, Efes Pilsen Turkey). 2. (45) Jabari Smith C, LSU. San Antonio Spurs 2. (41) Chris Carrawell, f, Duke. 2. (54) Corey Hightower, g, Indian Hills JC (traded rights to LA. Laker;). Seattle SuperSonlcs 1. (17) Desmond Mason, f, Oklahoma Stale. 2. (42) Olumide Oyedeji, f, DJK Wurzburg (Germany). 2. (47) Josip Sesar, g, Cibona Zagreb (Croatia) traded rights to Boston). Toronto Raptors 1. (21) Morris Peterson, f, Michigan State. 2. (46) DeeAndre Hullelt, f, Las Vegas (IBL). Utah Jazz 1. (23) DeShawn Slevenson, g, Washington Union HS, Fresno, Calif. 2. (50) Kaniel Dickens, f, Idaho. Vancouver Grizzlies 1.(2)StromileSwifl,f, LSU. Washington Wizards 2. (35) Mike Smith, I, Louisiana-Monroe. DRAFT TRADES MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Trades announced dur- ng the 2000 NBA Draft: 1, Chlcago.lraded Ihe rights to C Chris Mihm to Cleveland for the rights to G Jamal Crawford and cash. 2, Orlando traded F Corey Maggelte, F Derek itrong, Ihe rights to G Keyon Dooling and cash to he Los Angeles Clippers for a future first-round Iraft pick. 3, Houston traded the rights to C Joel Przybilla o Milwaukee for C Jason Collier and a future first- ound draft pick. 4, Dallas traded a future first-round draft pick ind cash to Orlando for the rights to G Courtney Alexander. 5, Dallas traded F Sean Rooks to the Los Angeles Clippers for G Eric Murdock. 6,Dallas traded the rights to F Dan Langhi to louslon lor the rights to F Eduardo Najera and a ulure second-round draft pick. 7, Seattle traded Ihe rights to G Josip Sesar to Boston for two future second-round draft picks. 8, San Antonio traded the rights to G Corey Hightower to the Los Angeles Lakers for two fu- ure second-round draft picks. WNBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pet GB Orlando 8 6 .571 — Cleveland 7 6 .538 14 Detroit 7 6 .538 % Washington 6 6 .500 .1 New York 6 7 .462 1V4 Miami 4 9 .308 314 Indiana 3 9 '.250 4 Chariotle 2 12 .143 6 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pel GB Houston 13 2 .867 — Los Angeles 11 2 .846 1 Sacramento 9 5 .643 3</i Minnesota 8 5 .615 4 Phoenix 8 5 .615 4 Utah 8 7 .533 5 Portland 3 8 .273 B Seattle 2 10 .167 9K Wednesday's Games New York 82, Phoenix 69 Houston 77, Charlotte 66 Orlando 6 I.Miami 53 Los Angeles 82, Indiana 73 Sacramento 82, Minnesota 74 Portland 60, Cleveland 69 Detroit 82, Seattle 7B Thursday'* Games No games scheduled USBL playoffs UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE At Sallna, Bicentennial Center Thursday, June 29 First round Long Island vs. New Jersey, Noon Oklahoma vs. Pennsylvania, 2:30 p.m. Atlantic City vs. Dodge City, 5 p.m. Florida at Kansas, 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 29 Semifinals Long Island-New Jersey winner vs. Oklahoma- Pennsylvania winner, 5 p.m. Atlantic City-Dodge <City winner vs. Florida- Kansas winner, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 2 Championship Semifinal winners, 3 p.m. How to E-imN in: Tennis Wimbledon HOW TOP SEEDS FARED WIMBLEDON. England (AP) — How the seed ed players tared Tuesday at the $12.6 million Wimbledon tennis championships at the All Eng land Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club: Men Fir»t Round Andre Agassi (2), United Slates, del. Taylo Dent, United Slates, 2-6, 6-3,6-0,4-0, retired. Magnus Norman (3), Sweden, del. Mark Wood lorde, Australia, 6-4,6-2,2-0, retired. Gustavo Kuerten (4), Brazil, del. Chris Harold Bechard. Erik Bonar Bob Davidson.... Arne Green Larry Moritz Christian D Orr... Troy Palenske ...sihbechardesaljournal.com firstname.lastname@example.org ..sjbdavidson 6 saljournal.com sjargreen ©saljournal.com email@example.com s|corr@sal)ou rnal.com ...firstname.lastname@example.org H^VMlf 9 wwll^MVHw THURSDAY, JUNE 29 BASEBALL Cleveland at Kansas City, 7 p.m. BASKETBALL USBL Tournament. Bicentennial Center, noon, 2:30 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:30 p.m. GOLF Saline County Seniors Tournament, Elks Country Club Woodruff, United Stales. 6-4.6-7 (5), 7-5.7-6 (5). Yevgeny Kafelnikov (5), Russia, del. Roger Federer, Switzerland, 7-5,7-5, 7-6 (6). Jan-Michael Gamblll, United Slates, del. Lley- on Hewitt (7), Australia, 6-3,6-2, 7-5. Tim Henman (8). Brilain, del. Paradorn Srichaphan, Thailand, 5-7,6-3, 6-1.6-3. Mark Philippoussis (10). Australia, del. Jurgen Melzer, Auslrla, 6-4, 7-6 (3), 5-7.6-4. Patrick Rafter (12), Australia, del. Jamie Delgado, Britain, 6-3,7-6 (7), 6-1. Tommy Haas, Germany, del. Nicolas Klefer ;13), Germany, 5-7,6-4,6-2,6-3. Maral Safin (15), Russia, del. Galo Blanco, Spain, 7-6 (2), 6-3.6-4. Women First Round Lindsay Davenport (2), United Stales, del. Corina Morariu, United Slales, 6-3,1-0, retired. Mary Pierce (3), France, del. Nicole Pratt, Aus- ralia, 6-1,6-3. Conchita Martinez (4), Spain, del. Anne Kremer, Luxembourg, 6-3, 7-6 (5). Monica Seles (6), United Slates, del. Karina Habsudova, Slovakia, 3-6,6-2, 7-5. Kim Clijslers, Belgium, del. Nathalie Tauziat (7), France, 6-3,3-6,6-2. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (9), Spain, del. Justine Henin, Belgium, 6-1,1-6,6-1. Amanda Coetzer (12), South Africa, del. Mashona Washington. United Stales, 6-4, 6-2. Gala Leon Garcia, Spain, del. Amelie Maures- mo (13), France, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5. Kristie Boogert, Netherlands, del. Julie Halard- Decugls (14), France, 7-6 (4), 0-6,6-1. Jennifer Capriati, United Slates, del. Dominique Van Roost (16), Belgium, 6-2,6-4. TODAY'S FEATURED MATCHES WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Schedule of matches Thursday on the showcourts and others nvolving seeded players at the $12.6 million Wimbledon tennis championships: Play ttarti on Centre Court and Court 1 at 8 a.m. CDT; all other courti at 6 a.m. CDT Centre Court Tim Henman (B), Britain, vs. Amaud Clement, France Magui Serna, Spain, vs. Mary Pierce (3), France Todd Martin, Uniled Slates, vs. Andre Agassi 2), United Slates Court 1 Elena Likhovtseva, Russia, vs. Lindsay Davenport (2), Uniled States Yevgeny Kafelnikov (5), Russia, vs. Thomas Johansson, Sweden Amaud Di Pasquale, France, vs. Mark Philip- poussis (10), Australia Court 2 Todd Woodbridge, Australia, vs. Patrick Rafter 12), Australia Monica Seles (6), United States, vs. Els Cat- ens, Belgium Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodtorde (1), Australia vs. Jan-Michael Gambill and Scott Humphries, United States Anna Kournikova, Russia, and Natasha Zvere- va (5), Belarus vs. Nannie de Villiers and Jessica Sleek, South Africa Other Seeded Players Court 3 (first match) — Justin Bower, South Africa, vs. Gustavo Kuerten (4), Brazil Court 3 (second match) — Rita Grande, Italy, vs. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (9), Spain Court 5 (lirst match) — Marat Satin (15), Russia, vs. Martin Damm, Czech Republic Court 7 (second match) — Amanda Coetzer 12), South Africa, vs. Lllia Osterloh, United Stales Late boxscores TUESDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE MARINERS 5, ANGELS 3 ANAHEIM SEATTLE abrhbl abrhbl Erstadlf 4001 Hndrsnll 3000 Spiezio dh 3110 Cmeron cf 3211 MVghnlb 4121 ARdrgzss 4010 Salmon rf 4011 EMrtnzdh 3000 GAndsncf 4000 Olerudlb 4021 Glaus 3b 3000 Buhner rf 4000 BMolnac 4010 Ibanezrf 0000 AKndySb 3100 DaBeilSb 3221 Gilss 3000 JOIiverc 4'1 2 0 Mclmre 2b 2000 Total! 32 3 5 3 Totall 30 5 a 3 Anaheim 001 001 100-3 Seattle 120 110 OOx-5 DP—Anaheim 2. LOB—Anaheim 5, Seattle 6. HR—MVaughn (21), Cameron (10), DaBell (5). SB—Henderson 2 (12). IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Belcher L.2-1 11-33 3 3 3 2 Fyhrie 32-3 42205 Pole 2 00013 Petkovsek 1 10010 Seattle SeleW,9-3 61-3 5 3 3 3 6 Rhodes 12-3 0 0 0 0 2 Sasaki S,15 1 00002 WP—Rhodes. Balk—Belcher. Umpires—Home -JiMuro, Mike; First, Gorman; Second, Higgins; Third, Everitt. T—3:13. A—32,051 (47,145). ATHLETICS 7, RANGERS 6 TEXAS OAKLAND abrhbl abrhbl Ctlnotto 2b 2000 Long cl 4111 Greerlf 4220 Velarde2b 5010 RPImo 1b 4232 JaGmb 1b 3211 IRdrgz c 4122 Saenz 3b 4111 Segul dh 3121 Chavez 3b 0000 SGreen dh 0000 Grieve II 4123 DMrtnz A 2000 Chrstns If 0000 Curtis rf 2000 Jaha dh 2000 Lamb 3b 3001 JeGmb rf 2001 Kapler cl 4010 Tejadass 4110 Clayton ss 4000 RJHdz c 3130 Totals 32 610 6 Totals 31 7107 Texai 010 202 010—6 Oakland 302 200 OOx—7 E—Lamb (10), Clayton (9), Chrislenson (2). DP—Texas 3, Oakland 1. LOB—Texas 3, Oakland 7. 2B-Greer (12), IRodriguez (22), Segu (22). 3B—IRodriguez (3). HR—RPalmeiro (20) Grieve (15). SB—Catalanotto (3). CS—Catalan- olio (1), IRodriguez (4). SF—Segui, Lamb, Je- Giambi. IP H RER BB SO Texas Perisho L.2-1 5 67544 FCordero 2 4001 Venafro 1 1 00000 Oakland Hudson W.9-2 5 33324 Service 0 32200 Magnante 2-21100 Tarn 120000 lsmghsS,19 1 00001 FCordero pitched to 1 batter In the 8th, Service pitched to 3 batters In Ihe 6th, Magnanle pitched o t batter In the 8th. HBP-by Perisho (Jaha). Umpires—Home, Hernandez; First, Foster, Marty; Second, Kulpa; Third, Marsh. T—2:59. h—16,081(43,012). THURS SAN FRAN DAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE CIANTS 12, ROCKIES 7 Benard cf Mueller 3b BondsH Kent 2b. Snowtb Burks rf CMurrycf Aurilia ss FARigzp Esllella c Estes p REMIzss abrhbl 6121 4000 500 342 523 3 0 1 1 1 1 523 0000 3222 3011 1000 COLORADO Godwin cf Lnsing 2b Hmndsrf Helton 1b CirilloSb BLHnlr II MMyrsp Servais c Mayne ph NPerez ss Jarvisp Mlhuse ph Belinda p Karlp Shmprt If Totals , 030 ,211 OOt *100 040— 7 E-Mueller (6), Kent (5). DP-cflan Francisco 4. LOB—San Francisco 7, Colorado 2.2B—Benard (12), Kent (24), Snow 2 (14), CMurray (5), Aurilia 2 (8), Estes (3), Servais (4), NPerez (16). HR— Kent (20), Eslalella, (9). S—Mueller, Estes, Jarvis. SF-Goodwin, Clrilto. IP San Francisco Estes W.7-3 FARodriguez Colorado Jarvis L.2-3 Belinda Karl MMyers Totals 39121512 San Francisco Colorado sbrhbl 2 1 0 4 1 1 4 1 2 3 1 1 1 0 1 4 0 1 0000 3110 1000 4111 0000 1000 0000 0000 2110 29 7 9 7 230—12 H 'RER BB 71-3 12-3 5 2-3 21-3 1 HBP—by Karl (Kent). WP—Estes, FARo- driguez, Jarvis. Umpires—Home, Layne; First, Barrett, Ted; Second, Randazzo; Third, Montague. T—3:07. A—41,573 (50,381). ASTROS 12, DIAMONDBACKS 4 HOUSTON ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl Lugoss 4200 Wmackss 5010 Blggio2b 5110 JBell2b 3000 Bgwelllb 4332 Swndellp 0000 DWard 1b 1000 Mantel p 0000 Hidalgo d 4221 Clbmnph 1000 Alou If 5244 Morgan p 0000 GBarkrd 0000 LGnzlzlf 4000 Brkmnrf 2100 SFinleyct 4000 Mlskeyc 5134 ACabratb 3120 Esebloc 0000 TLeerf 2000 TrubySb 4000 Spmgrp 0000 Elarton p 4 0 0 0 Frias 2b 2110 Mieske ph 1000 Klassen 3b 3100 JsCbra p 0000 Stinnett c 4023 Daalp 1111 Bulista rf 3010 Totili 39121311 Totals 35 4 8 4 Houiton 001 044 030-12 Arizona 001 000 003— 4 E—Mantei (1), SFinley (2), Frias (5), Stinnett (3), Daal (4). DP—Arizona 1. LOB—Houston 9, Arizona 6.2B—Bagwell (19), Hidalgo (16), Alou (12), Meluskey (13), Frias (2), Stinnett (7). 3B— ACabrera (1). HR—Daal (1). SB—Lugo (6). IP H RER BB SO Houiton Elarton W.6-3 8 51113 JosCabrera 1 33310 Arizona DaalL,2-8 41-3 6 5 4 5 2 Springer 1 34411 Swindell 12-3 1 0 0 0 2 Mantel 1 23210 Morgan 1 10001 HBP—by Daal (Hidalgo), by Daal (Blggio). Umpires—Home, lassogna; First, Hirschbeck, M.; Second, Bell; Third, O'Nora. T—3:01.A—30,115(48,500). DODGERS 5, PADRES 4 SAN DIEGO LOS ANGELES ibrhbl 5010 5000 0000 4211 4120 3111 4000 0000 0000 3000 3012 3010 0000 Owens if AMartnlt Wilts* p Klesko 1b Nevin 3b BBoone2b CHmdzc Htlmanp DeHand •RMRvacf Nchlsncs Cnnane p CReyes p KWIkrp WGnzIz c Totljl . SanDlsgo Los Angeles Hlndsw cf Grdzln 2b Shffield II Green rf ' Karros 1b Hndleyc Beltra3b Elsterss Gagne p Sritnglo ph Osunap DHnsn ph Hergesp abrhbl 5000 4130 4010 4010 5122 4221 4000 4000 1000 1000 0000 1112 0000 0000 Leyritz ph 1000 1000 Fetters p 0000 35 4 74 Totall 38 5105 100 200 010 0—4 000 000 301 1—5 Two outs when winning run scored. DP—San Diego 1, Los Angeles 1. LOB—San Diego 6, Los Angeles 7. 28—Nevin (18), Cunnane (1), Grudzielanek (16), Hundley (7). HR— Klesko (16), Karros (22), Hundley (14), DHansen (4). SB—Owens (19). IP H RER BB SO San Diego Cunnane 6 5 t 2 2 2 1 CReyes 12-3 1 1 1 00 KWalker 0 10000 Hoffman 11-31 1 1 0 0 Whileside L.2-1 2-321110 Lot Angeles Gagne 6 33332 Osuna 1 20002 Herges 2 21121 Fetters W.3-0 1 00001 Cunnane pitched to 2 batters in the 7th, KWalk- er pitched to 1 baiter in the 8th. Umpires—Home, Emmel; First, Davis; Second, Guccione; Third, Rieker. T—3:25. A—41,897(56,000). American Legjpn HILLSBORO 8, SALINA'HAWKS 6 Sallna 010 000 5 - 6 11 3 Hlllsboro 151 001 « - 8 15 3 WP-Cooper. LP-Wilson (5-2). 2B-H: Cooper, Adams; S: Kolzow, Dupes, Lilly. SALINA HAWKS 13, HILLSBORO 3 SMInl 202 320 4 - 13 12 1 Hlltsboro 000 201 0 - 3 82 WP-Romans (3-1). LP-Adams. 2B-H: Hill: S: Bowen, Dupes, Branfort. 3B-S: Hartman. NOTES: The Salina Claritin Hawks had their 12-game winning streak snapped in the opener against Class AA Hillsboro. Jared Lilly, Kerry Kolzow and Justin Hartman had two hits apiece in Ihe first game. The Hawks (24-7) never Iralled In Ihe second game, as Hartman's three hits led Sallna's 12-hK attack. Daniel Romans. Dane Branfort and Eric Puvogel had two hits apiece, with Romans tossing a complete game. The Hawks will be off until Sunday when they open play at the Grand Slam Tournament. SALINA EAGLES 4, HUTCHINSON 3 (8 Innings) Hutchlnson 003 000 00 - 3 5 2 Sallna 000 012 01-4 11 2 WP-Moody (3-1). LP-«rown. SALINA EAGLES 10, HUTCHINSON 2 Hutchlnson 000 11 - 2 4 5 Sallna 351 01 - 10 9 3 WP — Suenram (3-0). LP-Naccarato. 2B — S: Moody. Soukup, Zackary, Garretson. 3B — S: Moody. NOTES: The Salina Claritin Eagles improve to 24-6 heading into IhiS weekend's Grand Slam Tournament after the sweep of Hutchinson. Brandon Smith's third single of the game drove home Matt Soukup with the winning run as the Eagles won Ihe opener In extra innings. Dustin Pestinger did not get a decision despite pitching 6 !* innings without allowing an earned run. Nick Miles had two hits In the opener, while Weslon Moody had three hits and Matt Garretson two In the second contest. Nick Suenram went Ihe distance in game [wo. Soccer MLS standings MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER Eastern Division W L T Pts GF GA NY-NJ 8 7 2 26 28 26 New England 7 6 5 26 30 27 Miami 6 8 4 22 24 27 D.C. 4 11 4 16 29 38 Central Division W L T Pts GF GA Tampa Bay 10 8 0 30 37 29 Chicago 9 7 3 30 41 35 Columbus 6 8 4 22 26 32 Dallas 6 10 3 21 28 35 Western Division W L T Pts GF GA Kansas City 11 2 4 37 30 12 Los Angeles 8 4 7 31 25 19 Colorado B 9 1 25 24 37 San Jose 4 7 7 19 23 28 NOTE: Three points for a win and one point for ilia. Wednesday's Games San Jose 0, New York-New Jersey 0, tie Los Angeles 2, DC United 1 Tampa Bay 2, Columbus t Colorado 1, Dallas 0 Saturday's Games Colorado at DC United, 3 p.m. New York-New Jersey at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. San Jose at Columbus, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 4 New England at Miami, 4:30 p.m. DC United at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. Chicago at Colorado, 9 p.m. Kansas City at San Jose, 9 p.m. Columbus at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. Recreation SPR scores SALINA PARKS A RECREATION BASEBALL Youth 10-under lague 1 — Sallna Angels 2, Salina Sky Sox 1; Sallna Jr. Falcons 12, Shredders 0. 11-under — Salina Marinters 6, Noon Opt. Indians 2; Salina Athletics 16, Noon Opt. Cyclones 4. 12-under League 1 — Salina Astros 23, Copas Home Cardinals 1. 14-under Yankees 9, Indians 7; Cardinals 8, Salina Braves 2; Yankees 9, Indians 7; Cardinals 8, Salina Braves 2; St. Francis Saints 13, Salina Reds 11; Dragons 13, Salina Blaze 5. SOFTBALL Youth faatpitch 12-under League 2 — Assaria Lions '18', Fireballs 4; Salina Killer Bees 13, McDonalds 12.' 10-under Salina Angels 4, Lady Bugs 2; Jim's Formal Wear 9, Diamonds 6; Lil Dare Devils 11, Russel Cattle Co. 8. Men'* slowpllch League 4 — Sprung Monkeys 16, Phillips 2; Commercial Electric 14, Ka-Comm 10; Beaver Express 15, Midwest Bus. Machines 3. League 5 — KOA 15, Disaster 4; AAA Bail Bonds 16, Iron-Men 1; Upper Deck 17, Great Plains/Flat Bed 2. League 6 — Pudge Brothers 16, Your Mother's Lovers 15; Bandersnatches 13, All Seasons Power & Equip. 6. Women's slowpltch League 2— Hoops Trailer Court 17, Family Alfair 7; Jatvis Tor-Eol 17, High Plains Com. 9; Ladies Night Out 10, Cole & Cooper B; Kennedy & Coe 14, Manor Millenium 8. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Placed 3B Cal Ripken on Ihe 15-day disabled list. Recalled 3B Ryan Minor from Rochester of Ihe International League Assigned RHP Darren Holmes to Rochesler. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Recalled RHP Kane Davis from Buffalo of the International League Optioned RHP Paul Rigdon to Buffalo. Sent RHP Jaime Navarro outright to Buffalo. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Sent C Brian John son and RHP Miguel Batista outright to Omaha o the PCL. Recalled RHP Doug Bochtler and C Jorge Fabregas Irom Omaha. NEW YORK YANKEES—Placed RHP Ramiro Mendoza on the 15-day disabled list retroactive lo June 25. National League COLORADO ROCKIES—Promoted 3B Sam Smith Irom Asheville of the South Atlantic League to Salem of the Carolina League. LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Placed RHP Jel Shaw on Ihe 15-day disabled list, retroactive to June 27. Recalled RHP Jamie Arnold from Albu querque of the PCL. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Traded RHP Darren Holmes to Baltimore lor luture considerations. Florida State League JUPITER HAMMERHEADS—Activated INF Randy Meadows from Ihe disabled list. Midwest League QUAD CITY RIVER BANDITS—Aclivated P Tim Sturdy from the disabled list. Placed LHP Pe te Blake on Ihe disabled list. Western Baseball League SOLANO STEELHEADS—Released RHP Ken Winkle and RHP Brett Grebe. Placed RHP Bret Cederblad on Ihe disabled lisl. Agreed to term: with INF David Mowry. Atlantic League • ATLANTIC CITY SURF—Released RHP Spencer Curtiss, RHP Carlos Carrera and 1B-C Arnold Santiago. Signed RHP Patrick Dunham. RHP Dan Naulty and FtHP Ariel Garcia. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHICAGO BULLS—Traded the rights to C Chris Mihm to Cleveland for Ihe rights lo G Jamal Crawford and cash. DALLAS MAVERICKS—Traded a future first- round draft pick and cash to Orlando for the rights o G Courtney Alexander. Traded F Sean Rooks o Ihe Los Angeles Clippers for G Eric Murdock. Traded the rights to F Dan Langhi to Houston for he rights to F Eduardo Na|era and a future second-round draft pick. HOUSTON ROCKETS—Traded the rights to C Joel Przybilla lo Milwaukee for the rights lo C Jason Collier and a luture first-round draft pick. LOS ANGELES LAKERS—Waived F A.C. Green. Traded two future second-round draft picks to Ihe San Antonio Spurs tor Ihe rights lo G 3orey Hightower. NEW JERSEY NETS—Announced Ihe retirement of F Jayson Williams. Named Tim Walsh trainer. NEW YORK KNICKS—Traded F John Wallace and the rights to F Donnell Harvey to the Dallas Mavericks for G Erick Strickland and Ihe rights to F Pele Mickeal. ORLANDO MAGIC—Traded F Corey Maggette, F Derek Strong, Ihe rights to G Keyon Dooling and cash to the Los Angeles Clippers for a future first-round draft pick. SEATTLE SUPERSONICS—Traded the rights lo G Josip Sesar to the Boston Celtics for two future second-round draft picks. Women's National Basketball Association WNBA—Fined Phoenix coach Cheryl Miller $500 for making derogatory remarks about Ihe officiating after a game on June 25. FOOTBALL National Football League SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Agreed to terms with LB Deon Humphrey on a one-year contract. Arena Football League LOS ANGELES AVENGERS—Signed WR-DB Damien Grace. Activated WR-DB Delvin Myles from the suspended lisl. Placed WR-DB Ken Haslip on injured reserve. Waived WR-DB Corey Johnson. Indoor Professional Football League IPFL—Awarded a franchise lo St. Louis to be called the Renegades and begin play in Ihe 2001 sason. HOCKEY National Hockey League LOS ANGELES KINGS—Exercised their option on C Bob Corkum. MINNESOTA WILD—Signed F Wes Walz. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Re-signed RW Joe Sacco lo a two-year contract. Eaat Coaat Hockey League ROANOKE EXPRESS—Named Perry Rorio coach. TRENTON TITANS—Re-signed C Jed Whitchurch. United Hockey League MUSKEGON FURY—Signed LW Bobby Cunningham. SOCCER A-League INDIANA BLAST—Traded MF John Menk to Minnesota lor future considerations. Signed F Christian Broadhurst. Released MF Loren Crawford. World Indoor Soccer League UTAH FREEZZ—Re-signed D Brian Alba and G Stuart Dobson. COLLEGE ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE—Announced the resignation of A.J. Baker, assistant hockey coach. AUBURN—Named Erica Miller assistant volleyball coach. BINGHAMTON STATE—Named Randy Dunton men's assistant basketball coach. CHATTANOOGA—Named Angela Crosby women's assistant basketball coach. CORNELL—Named Christine Keeley Bates women's assistant soccer coach and men's tennis coach Barry Schoonmaker manager of Rels Tennis Center. DARTMOUTH—Named Amy Fowler field hockey coach and Kate Graw women's assistant lacrosse coach. DEPAUL—Named Steve Ekhoff assistant director of marketing. .GEORGIA—Named Todd McCorkle women's golf coach. GEORGIA STATE—Named Tony Martelli women's soccer coach. LEBANON VALLEY—Named Gregg Matalas sports information director. MANHATTAN—Named Joe DeAnlonio women's assistant basketball coach, MINNESOTA—Named Natasha Freimark director ol marketing and corporate sponsorships for women's athletics. NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE—Named Christine Hodgdon women's lacrosse coach and assistan athletic director, Carrah Fisk women's soccer anc soflball coach and Gino Valente men's basketbal coach. OREGON STATE—Named Jenny Condon as sistanl soflball coach. SAINT PETER'S—Promoted Lou Zampella to defensive coordinator. Named Jon Chevalier run ning backs coach and running game coordinate and Troy Lehrer receivers coach. Reassigned Erik Van Boeckel Irom receivers coach to quar terbacks coach. SIENA—Named Theresa Wenzel assistant di rector ol athletics lor business operations. SOUTHERN UTAH—Named Corey Russell as sistant loolball coach. UTAH—Named Robert Wagner assistant soft ball coach. VANDERBILT—Named Jim Booz director o compliance. WESTMINSTER—Named Tracy Aldridge women's basketball and cross country coach Named Chris Viers volleyball and Softball coach. WOFFORD—Named Hod Ray men's and women's tennis coach. Golf Senior Tour MONEY LEADERS PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Senio PGA Tour money leaders through the Cadillai NFL Classic, which ended June 25: Trn • Money I.Larry Nelson 17 $1,213,280 2. Bruce Fleisher 16 $1,180,47' 3. Halelrwin n 13 $1,081,748 4. Dana Quigley 20 $990,248 5. Doug Tewell 14 $862,060 6. Allen Doyle 18 $735,976 7. Tom Kite 10 $713,671 8. Gil Morgan 10 $701,770 9. Hubert Green 15 $681,298 10. Tom Jenkins 19 $669,882 11. Tom Watson 9 $628,529 !2. Waller Hall 19 $589,12; 13. Bruce Summerhays 20 $552,919 14. John Jambs 17 $534,977 15. Vicenle Fernandez 14 $532,55C 16. George Archer 15 $489,66: 17. Jose Maria Canizares 17 $475,988 18. Jim Thorpe 19 $453,09! 19. John Bland 17 $440,98 20. John Mahafley 15 $414,80 21.LeeTrevino 14 $411,63 22. Jim Colbert 17 $411,281 23. Mike McCullough 19 $406,57! 24. David Lundstrom 17 $392,60 25. Jim Dent 15 $387,34 26. Joelnman 19 $374,69 27. Graham Marsh 16 $369,48 28. Leonard Thompson 19 $358,06 29. Fred Gibson 19 $328,234 30. Ed Dougherty 19 $309,97 Draft / Three Big 12 players go among top 10 FROM PAGED1 him on the back of the head. "Kenyon almost had me crying for him," Miles said. "I almost got a little teary-eyed myself." The trading began shortly thereafter, and there were nine deals announced by the time the night ended. Orlando sent Maggette and Strong, along with the 10th pick, Dooling, and cash to the Clippers for a future first- round pick. Orlando also traded the 13th pick, NCAA leading scorer Courtney Alexander, to Dallas for a future No. 1. The Magic now have approximately $21 million in salary cap room, general manager John Gabriel said. "We're set and loaded," Magic coach Doc Rivers said. "Now we have t»go out and do something about it. I'm confident we can." The Bulls needed a center and picked one, Chris Mihm, but then traded him to Cleveland for guard Jamal Crawford. The Bulls also picked Fizer, a power forward, despite having co-Rookie of the Year Elton Brand already manning that position. Fizer, whose average of 22.8 points last season was the highest of the top four picks, left Iowa State after his junior year. If he stays with the Bulls, he'll be reunited with his former college coach, Tim Floyd. Picking fifth, the Magic went for Florida forward Mike Miller. The somewhat surprising selection brought a burst of applause from the bus load of friends and relatives who drove down from Miller's hometown of Mitchell; S.D., and secured seats in the front three rows just to the commissioner's right. Atlanta selected Cincinnati guard DerMarr Johnson with the sixth pick, and Chicago took Mihm seventh and Crawford went eighth to the Cavs. "I didn't think I'd go this high. I thought I'd go somewhere in the lottery, but not eight," said Crawford, who played only 17 games for Michigan because of a 12-game NCAA suspension and averaged 16.6 points. "We thought Crawford would be taken as high as fourth — we liked him that much," Floyd said. "We've always liked big guards here." The trade left the Bulls without a center, although they picked up 7-1 Croatian Dalibor Bagaric at No. 24. The selection of Joel Pryzbilla by th< Houston Rockets with the ninth pick brought a different kind of impassionec response from the crowd at the Targe Center. They booed for the 7-1 sopho more center who played at Minnesot and quit the team late in the season. Houston later traded Przybilla to Mil waukee for the 15th pick, Georgia Tech center Jason Collier, and a future No. 1 Dooling went 10th and UCLA powe: forward Jerome Moiso went at No. 11 tc Boston. The Mavericks had the next two pick — their own and the one they got froir Orlando — and took Syracuse forward Etan Thomas and Alexander, Thoma was one of the best shot-blocking for wards, while Alexander led the nation in scoring with a 24.8 average. SPORTS DIGEST REPORTS: THOMAS AGREES TO SELL CBA, STILL OWES $780,000 ON PUR- ! CHASE — Isiah Thomas has signed a letter of intent to sell the Continental Basketball Association to the NBA players' union, USA Today reported Wednesday. The move apparently would pave the way for Thomas to become coach of the Indiana Pacers, succeeding Larry Bird. Meanwhile, Thomas still owes about $750,000 from his purchase of the CBA, The Indianapolis Star reported. To take the coaching job with the Pacers, * or any other job ih the NBA, Thomas has to sell the CBA, which he purchased for $10 million in October 1999. USA Today said he originally approached the NBA, which of- ,, fered him $10 million and a percentage of the profits. INJURED JAYSON WILLIAMS QUITS BASKETBALL— Jayson Williams, a star re- ' bounder whose career with the New Jersey Nets was un- u dercut by injuries, retired | Wednesday. The decision by • the quick-witted, 32-year-old center came 14 months after i he broke his right leg and tore up his knee in a collision with a teammate. New Jersey has ,, petitioned NBA league office ,, for an injury exception, which .; would give the team about $3.8 ; million more salary cap room. , The team will have to wait un- „ til April 1 to petition the NBA . to have Williams declared a permanent medical disability, •• which would totally remove ,. his salary from the team's cap. LONGTIME NBA PUBLICIST " DIES AT 86 — Haskell Cohen, ,< the NBA's publicist for 19 :, years who helped establish the All-Star game and bring the < . league its first television con- ,; tract, has died of a heart attack. He was 86. Cohen, who had been battling Alzheimer's ,. Disease for five years, died in , his sleep Tuesday night. With the NBA, Cohen also started the Maurice Stokes Memorial game, which benefits indigent former basketball players. After leaving the NBA in 1969, ; Cohen created Parade maga- <i zinc's high school All-America , teams in football, basketball and soccer. LEWIS ADVISES NFL ROOK- ,; IES: WATCH YOUR STEP — Si- T lence fell over the room full of > < 254 NFL rookies, many of •> whom will soon be flush with , cash and fame, when Ray Lewis was introduced. This wasn't just another routine session at the annual rookie symposium, where the young pros are counseled on topics such as handling their money, dealing with agents and even preparing for their lives after football. No, Lewis' message might have been the most crit- < ical of any the rookies heard „ and it came from an impecca- : ble source, one just off a trial « on murder charges. Lewis told > the rookies that they lead very .". public lives, need to be careful • of who their friends are and must be able to control difficult situations they might find themselves in. FORMER HEISMAN WINNER LARRY KELLEY DIES — At Highstown, N.J., Larry Kelley, the second college football player to win the Heisman Trophy, apparently shot himself to death at his home. He was 85. Police arrived at Kelley's home Tuesday after a report of a person with a gunshot wound, said Angelo Onofri, an administrative assistant Mercer County prose- > cutor. Kelley was pronounced , dead at the scene, and an autopsy is planned. He had a stroke six months earlier. His wife, Mary Ruth, was also of failing health. Kelley won college football's highest honor in 1936 at Yale. Last December, Kelley became the second Heisman Trophy winner to auction his prize to the public. ," He had said he wanted to raise ^ money for his 18 nieces and nephews. The trophy sold for $328,110 — $100,000 more than " the price paid for O. J. Simp- '' son's Heisman earlier that -' year. ': NEBRASKA RECRUIT PICKS ' BASEBALL, DROPS — Nebraska football recruit Ross Pilkington has chosen profes- ' sional baseball over college football, coach Frank Solich ; said Wednesday. Pilkington, a : 6-foot-1 receiver from Fort Collins, Colo., was a 20th,- ' round draft pick by the Colorado Rockies. Pilkington signed a letter of intent to 'play at Nebraska, but opted in- " stead for a baseball career. " "We received word from Ross I Pilkington that he will not be '' joining the Nebraska football '• program this fall," Solich said. "We wish Ross the best of luck A in his choice."
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