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B2 TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASKETBALL 8 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Miami at Orlando, WTBS, cable 15. 7 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Atlanta at Detroit, TNT, cable 41. 8:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Houston at Minnesota, WTBS, cable 15. 9:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Seattle at Phoenix, TNT, cable 41. BOXING 8 p.m. — Boxing, Joseph Klwanuka vs. An- tolne Byrd, Darryl Plnckney vs. Angel Vasquez, Antonio Tarver vs. Jason Burrell, USA, cable 30. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Ottawa at Buffalo, ESPN2, cable 39. 7 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Edmonton at Dallas, ESPN, cable 38. 9:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Phoenix at Ana- helm, ESPN2, cable 39. RADIO BASEBALL 6:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Bob Boone Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. 7:05 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Toronto at Kansas City, KSAL 1150-AM. GENERAL 5:30 p.m. — Sportstalk Show, KSAL, 1150- AM. Hockey NHL playoffs FIRST ROUND (Be.t-ol-7) Sunday'* result* Dallas 3, Edmonton 2, series lied 3-3 Detroit 3, St. Louis 1, Detroit wins series 4-2 Anaheim 3, Phoenix 2 (ot), series tied 3-3 Buffalo 3, Ottawa 0, series tied 3-3 Tuesday'* game* Ottawa al Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. Edmonton at Dallas, 7 p.m. Phoenix at Anaheim, 9:30 p.m. Basketball NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-5) Sunday'* result* Miami 104, Orlando 87, Miami leads series 20 LA'Lakers 107, Portland 93, L.A. Lakers lead series 2-0 Chicago 109, Washington 104, Chicago leads series 2-0 Detroit 93, Atlanta 80, series tied 1-1 Seattle 122, Phoenix 78, series tied 1-1 Monday'* results New York 104, Charlotte 95, New York wins series 34 Utah at LA Clippers (n) Tuesday'* game* Miami at Orlando, 6 p.m. Atlanta at Detroit, 7p.m. Houston at Minnesota, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. NBA summaries KNICKS 104, HORNETS 95 NEW YORK (104) Johnson 9-12 2-2 22, Oakley 4-5 2-2 10, Ewing 6-124-618, Chllds 3-8 2-210, Houston 7-11 2-3 20, Slarks 4-8 7-816, B.Williams 4-8 2-210, Ward 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 37-66 21-25 104. CHARLOTTE (95) Mason 7-150-214, Rice 8-17 4-4 22, Dlvac 411 5-713, Bogues 7-13 2-219, Curry 4-7 0-0 9, Pierce 5-11 0-011, Delk 1 -7 0-0 3, Royal 0-1 00 0, Gelger 1-10-02, Rose 1-30-02. Totals 388611-1595. New York 38 20 21 25—104 Charlotte 31 18 24 22— 95 3-Polnt goals—New York 9-17 (Houston 4-7, Johnson 2-4, Chllds 2-4, Starks 1-2), Charlotte 8-16 (Bogues 3-4, Rice 2-6, Curry 1-1, Pierce 12, Delk 1-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- New York 47 (Ewlng 11), Charlotte 38 (Mason 11). Assists—New York 23 (Johnson, Chllds 5), Charlotte 24 (Rice 9). Total fouls—New York 16, Charlotte 22. A—24,042 (24,042). Sunday's game SONICS 122, SUNS 78 PHOENIX (78) Chapman 6-12 4-4 18, Tlsdalo 1-2 00 2, Williams 0-21-41, Johnson 1-12 4-t 6, Kldd 07 2-4 2, Manning 3-6 8-8 14, Bryant 1-4 2-2 4, Ceballos 3-10 4-4 11, Person 4-111-211, Meyer 0-4 0-0 0, Brown 2-4 5-6 9, Nash 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 21-78 31-38 78. SEATTLE (122) Kemp 8-12 6-9 23, Schrempl 6-11 0-0 13, Cummlngs 3-7 2-2 8, Hawkins 6-8 4-4 19, Payton 10-24 2-3 23, Perkins 04 2-2 2, McMillan 020-00, Wingate 3-7 1-2 8, Graham 2-7 2-2 7, Stewart 2-3 2-2 6, Mcllvalne 3-3 1-2 7, Snow 22 1-2 6. Totals 45-92 23-30 122. Phoenix 18 19 26 15— 78 Seattle 35 21 29 37—122 3-Polnt goals—Phoenix 5-24 (Chapman 2-4, Person 2-6, Ceballos 1-3, Meyer 0-1, Johnson 0-4, Kldd 04), Seattle 9-28 (Hawkins 3-5, Kemp 1-1, Snow 1-1, Schrempf 1-2, Graham 1-3, Wlngale 1-4, Payton 1-5, Stewart 0-1, McMillan 0-2, Perkins 0-4). Fouled out—Kemp. Rebounds—Phoenix 58 (Person 10), Seattle 60 (Kemp 15). Assists—Phoenix 16 (Kldd 8), Seattle 24 (Payton 6). Total fouls—Phoenix 27, Seattle 30. Technicals—Phoenix coach Alnge 2. Flagrant fouls—Person. Ejections—Phoenix coach Alnge. A—17,072 (17,072). Baseball MLB standings . AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L PcL GB Baltimore 14 7 .667 — Boston . 12 11 .522 3 New York 13 12 .520 3 Toronto 10 11 .476 4 Detroit 10 15 .400 6 Central Division W L Pet. GB Milwaukee 11 10 .524 — Cleveland 11 12 .478 1 Kansas City 10 11 .476 1 Minnesota , 11 13 .458 1'A Chicago 7 16 .304 5 West Division W L Pet GB Seattle 15 10 .600 — Texas 13 9 .591 Vi Oakland 12 12 .500 2V4 Anaheim 11 11 .500 2V* Sunday'* result* Seattle 2, Toronto 1 Boston 13, Baltimore 7 NY Yankees 7, Chicago White Sox 1 Milwaukee 6, Cleveland 5 Texas 7, Minnesota 3 Kansas City 7, Oakland 1 Anaheim 6, Detroit 5 Monday'* results Milwaukee 14, Texas 8 NY Yankees 6, Seattle 5 Tuesday's game* Anaheim (Langston 1-2) at Boston (Wasdln 00), 5:05 p.m. Oakland (Prielo 2-0) at Cleveland (Nagy 3-1), 6:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Eldred 2-2) al Detroit (Olivares 10), 6:05 p.m. Seattle (Mover 0-0) at NY Yankees (Mendoza 1-1), 6:35 p.m. Toronto (Henlgen 1-1) at Kansas City (Rusch 2-1), 7:05 p.m. Baltimore (Coppinger 0-0) at Minnesota (F.Ro- driguez 1-2), 7:05 p.m. Texas (Pavlik 2-2) al Chicago White Sox (Navarro 1-1), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Eut Division W L Pet GB Atlanta 18 6 .783 Florida 14 9 .609 4 Montreal 11 11 .500 6V4 New York 10 14 .417 8V4 Philadelphia 7 15 .318 10V4 Central Division W L PcL GB Houston 14 10 .583 — Pittsburgh 12 11 .522 VA St. Louis 9 14 .391 4Vi Cincinnati 7 18 .304 6V4 Chicago 5 18 .217 8V4 West Division W L Pet GB San Francisco 16 6 .727 — 16 6 .727 - Los Angeles 11 11 .500 5 San Diego 9 13 .409 7 Sunday's results Atlanta 2, San Diego 0,4'^ Innings, rain NY Mets 5, Montreal 3.10 Innings Philadelphia at Cincinnati, ppd., rain St. Louis 6, Colorado 2 Pittsburgh 7, Chicago Cubs 0 San Francisco 3. Houston 2 Florida 4, Los Angeles 3 Monday's results NY Mets 15, Cincinnati Atlanta 14, Los Angeles 0 Chicago Cubs 5, Montreal 2 Pittsburgh 9, Philadelphia 4,12 Innings St. Louis 5, San Francisco 2 Colorado 7, Houston 6,10 Innings Florida 12, San Diego 9 Tuesday's games Colorado (Bailey 3-0) at Houston (Wall 0-0), 12:35 p.m. Montreal (Bullinger 1-3) at Chicago Cubs (Trachsel 0-3), 1:20 p.m. San Diego (Bergman 1-1) at Florida (Brown 21), 6:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cordova 1-2) at Philadelphia (Madura 1-2), 6:05 p.m. NY Mets (Clark 2-1) at Cincinnati (Morgan 02), 6:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Park 0-1) at Atlanta (Wade 0-0), 6:40 p.m. San Francisco (Rueter 1-0) at SI. Louis (Slot- tlemyre 0-1), 7:05 p.m. American League BREWERS 14, RANGERS 8 TEXAS MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl McLmr 2b 4 0 1 1 Loretta ss 3200 IRdrgz c 5210 Clrillo 3b 5220 HMrcd c 0000 Nllsson dh 3223 Greer If 5131 Levls dh 1000 WCIark 1b 3101 Jaha tb 2200 LStvnsdh 4210 Unroe 1b 1000 Newson rf 3110 Mleske rf 5331 Bufordcf 4012 Nwfleldll 4224 BR!pkn3b 3111 Carrcf 1000 Palmer3b 1000 GeWmscf 5132 Gil ss 4 0 1 0 Diaz 2b 5023 Slmmsph 0001 Mthenyc 4010 Totals 36 6107 Totals 39141513 Texas 110 005 001— 6 Milwaukee 544 000 01x—14 E—McLemore (3), Gil (4), Loretta (5), Unroe (1). DP—Texas 1, Milwaukee 2. LOB—Texas 11, Milwaukee 6.2B— IRodrtguez (6), Greer (7), LSIevens (2), Buford (5), Clrillo (7), Nilsson (4), Mieske (2), Newfield (5), GeWllllams 2 (5), Diaz. HR—Nllsson (4). SB—IRodriguez (2), Greer (2). SF—Simms. IP H RER BB SO Texas DOIiverL,1-2 2-345120 Santana 41-3 8 8 8 3 2 Vosborg 3 31102 Mllwiukee McDonald W.3-2 52-3 7 7 3 3 3 Miranda 1 20020 JMercedes 11-31 1 1 3 1 Maloney 1 00012 JMercedes pitched to 2 batters In the 9th. WP—Santana 2, Maloney. Umpires—Home, Culbreth; First, Cederstrom; Second, Coble; Third, McClelland. T—3:27. A—7,459 (53,192). YANKEES 6, MARINERS 5 SEATTLE NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Amaral If 2000 Raines II '4122 Cora ph 1000 Jeter ss 5000 ARdrgzss 5010 BeWmscf 4110 GrfyJrcf 5120 TMrtnztb 5021 EMrtnzdh 3212 Fielder dh 4121 Buhner rf 4121 PKellydh 0100 Btwors 1b 4011 O'Neill rf 4021 DaWlsn c 3100 Duncan 2b 3110 RDavis 3b 2 0 1 0 So|o 2b 0000 Srrentolb 1000 Hayes36 3010 Espnza 2b 2011 Glrardi c 4121 Gales 2b 2000 Totals 34595 Totals 366136 Seattle 012 020 000—5 New York 100 002 21x—6 E—ARodriguez (5), Hayes (2). DP—Seattle 1, New York 2. LOB—Seattle 7, New York 10. 2B—Blowers (1), Raines (3), Fielder (8). HR— EMarflnez (4), Glrardi (1). SB-Raines (3). CS—Amaral (1). IP H RER BB SO Seattle Fassero 6 83335 McCarthy 0 11110 AyalaL.2-1 2 42202 New York KnRogers 42-3 9 5 5 4 1 Mecir 21-3 0 0 0 0 2 Nelson W.1-3 1 00001 MRIveraS.7 1 00000 McCarthy pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. HBP—by KnRogers (Amaral). WP—Kn- Rogers. Umpires—Home, Ford; First, Rellly; Second, Young; Third, Garcia. T—3:25. A—20,054 (57,545). National League ROCKIES 7, ASTROS 6 COLORADO HOUSTON abrhbl 5120 Blgglo 2b 4222 Abreu rf 5110 40 1 1 4100 0000 0000 1000 0000 5231 4012 4010 2000 1000 1000 EcYng 2b Burks cf LWalkrrf Glrrga Ib Bchetle H SReedp McCnyp Coles ph BRuffnp Castilla 3b Mnwmc Weiss ss Wright p Dlpoto p McCkncf Bgwell 1b DeBell d LGnziz II JMoutnlf Berry 3b Spiers ss Ustachph Asmusc Hrnptnp RMtgm ph RGrcia p THwrdph BWgnr p Esebio ph Bogarpr Totals 40 711 6 Totals Colorado 013 200 000 1—7 Houston 011 300 100 0-6 E—EcYoung (4). DP—Colorado 1. LOB— Colorado 6, Houston 10. 2B—EcYoung (8), Abreu (5), LGonzalez (4), Ausmus (5). 3B— Manwarlng (1). HR—Burks (6), Castllla (8), Abreu 2 (2). SB—Weiss (1), Blgglo (2), Ausmus 2 (6). SF—Manwaring. abrhbl 5111 4234 4000 4000 5020 0000 5000 3000 1 0-0 0 5210 1011 0100 1000 1010 0000 0000 0000 396 96 Colorado Wright Dipoto SReed McCurryW,1-0 BRuffin S,6 Houston Hampton RQarcIa BWagner L.2-1 IP 31-3 22-3 12-3 11-3 1 4 4 2 H RER BB SO WP-Hampton2. Umpires—Home, Pulll; Rrst, Davidson; Second, Gorman; Third, Bonin. T—3:35. A—13,510(53,821). CARDINALS 5, GIANTS 2 SAN FRANCISCO .ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Powell cf 4000 DeShld 2b 5110 Vzcaino ss 4000 Gant If 4132 GHillri 5000 Lnkfrdcf 3000 Bonds If 3000 BJordn rf 4021 KentZb 4110 Mabrylb 2111 Snow 1b 3131 Gaetti 3b 3000 MLewis3b 4020 Plkvskp 1000 RWIkns c 4021 Fossas p 0000 VnLndn p 2000 Eckrsly p 0000 Benard ph 1000 Lmpkin c 4121 Roa p 0000 Clayton ss 4110 RRdrgz p 0000 AnBens p 2010 Brryhll ph 1000 Daflell 3b 1010 Poole p 0000 Pgnozzl 3b 1010 Totals 35 2 8 2 Totals 34 513 5 San Francisco 002 000 000—2 SLLoull 110 111 OOx—6 DP—San Francisco 2. LOB—San Francisco 10, St. Louis 8. 2B—Kent (8), BJordan (3). HR-Mabry (1), Lampkln (1). SB-Vizcaino (3), DeShlelds (8), Gant (5). CS—Unkford (1). IP H RER BB SO Sen Frincltco VnLndn L.t-2 5 84436 Roa 2-331101 RRodriguez 11-31 0 0 0 1 Poole 1 10000 SL Louis AnBenesW,1-0 5 62244 Pellcovsek 22-3 2 0 0 0 1 Fossas 1-300000 EckersleyS.S 1 00001 WP—AnBenes. Umpires—Home, Kellogg; First, Ponclno; Second, Rieker; Third, Wendelstedt. T-3:16. A—21,603(48,676). NEW YORK Uhnsncf MFrco3b Alfonzo3b Blecsrd Gllkeylf Hndteyc ACslilloc METS 1C, REDS 2 CINCINNATI abrhM 4231 1111 3211 2021 6232 2312 1000 DSndrscf Shawp HMoris 1b EduPrz tb Larklnss Crrascop Ibrhbl 4000 0000 3030 1000 3000 0000 0000 Today's schedule TUESDAY, APRIL 29 BASEBALL Bethany at Kansas Wesleyan. 4 p.m. GOLF Big 12 men's tournament at Hutchlnson KQAC iron's tournament at Hesston SOFTBALL Brown Mackle at Pratt, 3 p.m. Sallna Sacred Heart at Sylvan, 4 p.m. Ottawa at Kansas Wesleyan, 5 p.m. SWIMMING Sallna Central & Sallna South at El Dorado, 4 p.m. TRACK ft FIELD Sallna South Invitational, 3:30 p.m. Huskey 1b 5122 Owens cf 1000 Genoa rl 5001 Sierra rt 4111 Alxndr2b 5122 Tonseec 4000 Ordnez ss 3110 WGme 3b 3000 Baerga 2b 2000 Boone 2b 4110 RReed p 3211 CGdwin If 3011 Everett ph 1000 Smiley p 0000 Brtand p 0000 Belinda p 0000 Bmson ph 1000 Bones p 0000 Eschen p 1000 LHrrls 3b 1000 TotilB 43151714 Totals 33 2 6 2 New York 015 070 101—15 Cincinnati 000 000 101— 2 E—Alexander (3). DP—New York 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB—New York 6, Cincinnati 5. 2B— LJohnson (3), Bleser (2), Gllkey (3), Huskey (2), Alexander (2), RReed (2), HMorrls 2 (5), CGood- win (1). 3B—Ordonez (1). HR—Hundley (6), Huskey (2), Sierra (2). IP H HER BB SO New York RReed W.2-1 8 51012 Borland 1 11100 Cincinnati Smiley L.1-5 22-3 0 6 6 2 1 Belinda 1-300001 Bones 12-3 5 5 5 0 2 Eischen 11-322112 Carrasco 1 11.111 Remlinger 1 00002 Shaw 1 31101 HBP—by Smiley (Hundley). WP—Eischen, Carrasco. PB—Taubensee 2. Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Halllon; Second, Vanoven Third, Bell. T—2:44. A—15,572 (52,952). BRAVES 14, DODGERS 0 LOS ANGELES ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Butler cf 3010 Loftoncf 5221 Hlndsw d 1000 Clonlz p 0000 Gagne ss 2000 AJones rl 5211 Hale 3b 0000 ChJnes 3b '3122 Piazza c 3010 Mrdcal 3b 1000 Drlforlp 0000 McGrfftb 5012 Kiltyrl 1000 KleskoII 4221 Karros 1b 4010 JLopezc 4322 Mndesl rt 3010 Lemke 2b 3010 Guthriep 0000 Grffnno2b 2120 ToWrllp 0000 Blauserss 3232 Rdnsky p 0000 Blllard ss 2010 Uriano ph 1000 Glavine p 3000 AshleyII 4000 Byrdp 0000 CastroSb 3000 LckhrtSb 1113 WGrero2b 3010 RMrtnz p 2000 Prlncec 1000 Totals 31 0 5 0 Totals 41141814 Lot Angeles 000 000 000— 0 Atlanta 101 422 04x—14 E—RMartlnez (1), Lemke (2). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Los Angeles 6, Atlanta 9,2B-Butler (4), ChJones (6), McGriH (3), Klesko (4), JLopez (6), Blauser (8), Lockhart (1). HR^JLopez (5), Blauser(3). SB—Mondesi (3). S—AJones. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles RMartlnez L.2-2 5 11 8 8 3 3 Drelfort 1 32212 Guthrle 1 00002 ToWorrell 2-34441 1 Radinsky 1-300000 Atlanta Glavine W.4-0 7 30017 Byrd 110011 Clontz 1 10001 WP—RMartlnez. Umpires—Home, Darling; First, Relilord; Second, DeMuth; Third, Meals. T—2:48. A—29,357 (50,000). CUBS 5, EXPOS 2 MONTREAL CHICAGO abrhbl 4130 0000 4000 4000 4130 4011 30)1 4000 3000 0000 2000 0000 1000 0000 33 2 B 2 Grdzln ss Stnkwc ss Lnslng 2b RWhite cf Segul 1b HRdrgz If Sntnglo rt Andrws 3b Widgerc Hrmnsp Torres p MValds p Obando ph DVeres p Totals Montreal Chicago McRae cf Dnslon ss Snchezss MaGrc 1b Sosarf Kschnclf Glnvllle If Sndbrg 2b Huston c Orio3b Mlhltnd p DCIark ph Hojas p abrhbl 5120 4110 0000 3100 4001 2 1 1 0 3 1 30 30 3000 0000 0000 Totals 31 5 8 4 100 100 000—2 311 000 OOx—5 E-Grudzielanek (6), Widger (4). LOB—Montreal 5, Chicago 9. 2B—Grudzielanek (12), Segul (8), McRae (5), Ore (8). SB—Dunston (6), Sandberg (1). S—Dunston. SF—Santangelo, Houston. IP H RER BB SO Montreal HrmnsL,1-1 2-323 3 4 0 Torres 4 32102 MValdes 21-3 2 0 0 0 2 DVeres 1 10011 Chicago MlhllndW,1-3 8 62205 Ro|asS,2 1 20002 WP—Torres 2. Umpires—Home, Froemmlng; First, Rlppley; Second, Williams, C.; Third, Hlrschbeck, M.. T—2:31. A—18,755(38,756). PIRATES 9, PHILLIES 4 PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA abrhbl 6200 5210 5132 4010 1000 5111 3111 4000 0000 1000 0000 0100 0000 6133 3010 000.0 3021 Wmack2b Alnswrtcf AMartn If MaJhsn 1b KYng 1b Elsler ss Kendall c JGIIen rl Loiselle p Sveum ph MWIksp EBrwn ph Erlcksp Randa3b Loalzap Ruebel p MCmgsrf Jfferies If Mrndni2b Brogna Ib Daullon rl Butler rf Lbtthalc Rolen 3b Magee d. Sleeker ss Prlugalp Plntnbrp Seftikph Sprdlln p Amaroph Bttallcop DeMayph Mlmbsp BMunzp Totill abrhbl 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 5 1 6 0 52 1 0 5000 5010 5131 5021 2000 0000 0000 0000 1000 0000 1000 0000 0000 ToUl! 469138 Totill 464143 Pittsburgh 110 010 000 006-9 Philadelphia 010 100 100 001—4 E—Loalza (1), Magee (2), Portugal (1), Plantenberg (1), Mlmbs (1). DP—Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 2. LOB—Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 10. 2B—Allensworth (6), AMartln 2 (3), Kendall (6), Randa 2 (6), Magee (2). 3B— MCummlngs (1), Daullon (2). CS—AMartin (3). S—Sefclk. SF—Kendall. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Loalza 61-3 9 3 2 1-3 Ruebel 1 10001 Loiselle 22-3 2 0 0 0 0 MWIIkinsW,1-0 1 10001 Erlcks 1 11111 Philadelphia Portugal 6 93211 Plantenberg 1 00001 Spradlln 2 10012 Bottalioo 2 00013 Mlmbs L.0-2 0 03020 BMunoz 1 33310 Mimbs pitched lo 3 batters in the 12th. HBP—by Bottallco (Kendall), by Spradlln (Kendall), by Loaiza (Lieberthal). WP—BMunoz. Umpires—Home, Layne; First, Winters; Second, Dreckman; Third, Danley. T-3:41.A-12,017 (62,686). College polls COLLEGIATE BASEBALL TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The lop 25 teams in the Collegiate Baseball poll, with records through April 27, point totals and previous rank- Ing (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports information directors): Record Pti Pvi LTeitlTKh 42- 6 484 1 2. Louisiana Stale 41- 8 483 2 3. Miami, Fla. 36-13 480 3 4. Stanford 33-13 472 7 5. Mississippi State 36-12 470 9 6. Georgia Tech 36- 9 466 6 7. UCLA 36-13-1 465 4 8. Florida State 35-13 464 8 9. Alabama 38-10 462 10 10. Auburn 11. Wichita State 12. North Carolina State 13. Southern California 14. Rice 15. Tennessee 16. Oklahoma State 17. Arizona State 18. Oklahoma 19. Massachusetts 20. Santa Clara 21. Long Beach State 22. Arkansas 23. Texat AIM 24. Delaware 25. Western Carolina 39- 9 40-9 38-12 38-18 36-13 37-12 37-13 31-19 32-13 26- 6 29-16 30-18 34-14 36-17 38- 6 39-16-1 460 458 456 455 451 449 446 447 444 440 437 435 16 433 20 430 428 23 425 — BASEBALL AMERICA DURHAM, N.C, (AP) — The Top 25 college baseball teams as determined by the staff of Baseball America magazine with records through April 27 (lie games are not Included In records): Record Pvi 1. Louisiana State 41-8 1 2. Texai Tech 42- 6 3 3. Stanford 33-13 5 4. UCLA 38-13 2 5. Miami, Fla. 36-13 6 6. Alabama 38-10 7 7. Auburn 39- 9 4 8. Florida State 35-13 9 9. Mississippi Stale 36-12 12 10. Oklahoma State 37-13 10 11. Tennessee 37-12 8 12. Southern California 36-18 13 13. Arizona State 31-19 11 14. North Carolina State 38-12 16 15. SW Louisiana 36-12 14 16. Rice 36-13 19 17. Wichita State 40- 9 20 18. Georgia Tech 36-9 18 19. Oklahoma 32-13 15 20. Long Beach State 30-18 17 21. Florida 31-18 22 22. Texai AIM ' 36-17 — 23.Tulane 32-15 — 24. Houston 31-17 21 25. Cal State Northrldge 36-17 25 COLLEGIATE BASEBALL DIVISION II TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The top 25 teams In the Division II Collegiate Baseball poll, with records through April 27 and point totals (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports Information directors): Record PU 1. Tampa 38-11 480 2. Florida Southern 41-9 464 3. Kennesaw State 37-11 448 4. Cal Slate Chlco 39- 9 432 5. Mount Olive 38- 6 416 6. Georgia College State 37-19 392 tie. North Alabama 39-13-1 392 8. Mercyhurst 31-5 360 tie. Mesa State 37-11 360 10. Cal Riverside 35-11 336 11. North Florida 31-14 316 12. Alabama-Huntsvllle 39-11 308 13. Delta State 36-19 282 14. Central Missouri State 30-9 264 tS.SIU-Edwardsvllle 1 29-13 248 16. West Georgia 40-15 236 17.Qulncy 32-11 234 18. Shepherd 34-3 218 19. Adelphl 23-12 182 20. Plttiburg State 38-15 168 21. Central Oklahoma 33-16 160 22. Fort Hay* State 38-11 144 23. MIssourl-St. Louis 23-10 128 24. St. Leo 35-16 114 25. Longwood 35-9 98 Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Garnet W L W L Texas Tech 22 5 42 6 Oklahoma State 19 8 37 13 Oklahoma 16 7 32 13 Texas A&M 17 10 36 17 Baylor 16 11 29 19 Missouri 12 14 23 25 Kansas 12 15 28 21 Texas 10 14 27 21 Kansas State 7 20 24 22 Nebraska 5 19 23 30 Iowa State 4 17 19 25 Tuesday's game* Winona State, Minn, at Iowa Stale (2), 2 p.m.; Nebraska at Crelghton, 2 p.m.; Baylor at Houston, 7 p.m.; Texas Christian al Oklahoma, 7 p.m.; Texas Tech at New Mexico, 7 p.m. KCAC standings KANSAS CONFERENCE STANDINGS Ottawa ' 11-5 Kansas Wesleyan 11-7 Bethany 8-6 Friends 8-6 Sterling 6-8 Tabor 3-13 Remaining game* Ottawa — Home: 4 (vs. Tabor, vs. Sterling); Away: none. Kanua Wesleyin — Home: 2 (vs. Bethany). Bethany — Home: 4 (vs. Friends, vs. Sterling); Away: 2 (at Kansas Wesleyan). Friend* — Home: 2 (vs. Tabor); Away: 4 (at Sterling, at Bethany). High school McPHEHSON 11, SALINA CENTRAL 1 McPherson 054 20 - 11 12 0 Sallna Central 10000-1 32 WP-Temeyer. LP-Lamone (1-2). 2B-M: Powell, Crick 2, Kennedy. 3B-SC: Barlow. SALINA CENTRAL 5, McPHERSON 4 McPherson 000 301 0 - 4 5 0 Salina Central 110 010 2 - 5 9 1 WP-Just (2-0). LP-Black. 2B-M: Powell, Black, Kennedy; SC: Wilson, Barlow. 3B-SC: Wilson. SACRED HEART 8, ELL-SALINE 4 Ell-Saline 0000130 — 4 74 Sacred Heart 220 040 x — 8 81 WP — Bechard (1-2). LP — Lantz. 2B — ES: O'Neal. HR — ES: O'Neal; SH: Bonllla, Losik. CANTON-GAL VA 8 SACRED HEART 1 Sacred Heart 0010000—1 52 Canton-Galva 440001 x—9 70 WP — Peterson. LP — Gourdlne (2-2). 2B — SH: Bonllla, Ash; CG: Nelson, Pavlovtch, Tennant. HR — CG: Hoppes. Soccer High school SALINA RAGE 2 EMPORIA CHRISTIAN 0 Sallna 02-2 Emporia 00-0 Scoring SR: Garlow unassisted, 51sl minute; Feyerherm goal, Garlow assist, 73rd minute. Shots on goal - Salina 2-3—6, Emporia 0-0— 0. Record-Sallna 3-2. Next game - Friday al Wichita Sunrise, 5 p.m. Ita* ft Held High school WILSON INVITATIONAL BOYS T«am icore* Otis-Bison 109, Wilson 105'A, Ell-Saline 72, Waconda East 66, SJ Military 66 V4, Lucas-Luray 68, Lincoln 36. Individual result* Long jump - 1. Soukup, Wilson, 17-6H; 2. Union, Waconda East, 17-614; 3. Frasenza, Waconda East, 17-5Vi. Dltcui — 1. Fell, Lucas-Luray, 134-1; 2. Schneider, Otis-Bison, 131-5; 3. Bohnen, Wilson, 110-10; 5. Lantz, Ell-Saline, 107-11. Triple jump — 1. Krone, Ell-Saline, 40-Vi; 2. Wondra, Otis-Bison, 36-1%; 3. Miller, Wilson, 35-10; 6. Zachary, Ell-Saline, 34-8V4. Shot put — 1. Kobbeman, Lincoln, 42-9'A; 2. Fell, Lucas-Luray, 38-8 %; 3. Thlelenhaus, Otis- Bison, 38-6'/i; 5. Lantz, Ell-Saline, 37-7 1 /.. 120y hurdles — 1. Soukup, Wilson, 16.87; 2. McGIII, SJ Military, 18.63; 3. Muchow, Ell-Saline. 18.67. High |ump — 1. Dolton, Lucas-Luray, 6-1; 2. Tupper, Otis-Bison, 5-8; 3. Llnton, Waconda East, 5-8; 5. Shriver, SJ Military, 5-6. Javelin — 1. Llnton, Waconda East, 139-10; 2. Schneider, Otls-Blsoh, 135-10; 3. Peterson, Ell-Saline, 135-10. 100y dash —t.DeWald, Otis-Bison, 11.16:2. Abel, Lincoln, 11.19; 3. Miller, Wilson, 11.19; 5. McGIII, SJ Military, 11.36. 2 mile relay — 1. Wilson, 9:52.89; 2. SJ Military, 10:14.43; 3. Otis-Bison, 10:26.10. Mile run — 1. Martin, Ell-Saline, 5:08.70; 2. Koster, Wilson, 5:11.67; 3. Palmer, Lucas-Luray, 5:12.59. 440y relay — 1. Wilson, 48.74; 2. Waconda East, 50.23; 3. SJ Military, 50.41. 440y dash — 1. Hanhardt, Otis-Bison, 57.03; 2. Valdez, SJ Military, 57.27; 3. Urban, Otis-Bison, 58.43. 330y hurdles — 1. DeWald, Otis-Bison, 43.72; 2. Soukup, Wilson, 43.77; 3. Muchow, Ell- Saline, 46.44; 6. Miller, SJ Military, 51.01. 880y run — 1. Augustine, Ell-Saline, 2:15.17; 2. Howell, Lincoln, 2:16.81; 3. Bordon, SJ Military, 2:19.95. 220y dath — 1. Soukup, Wilson, 25.38; 2. McGill, SJ Military, 25.97; 3. Aboil, Lincoln, 26.01. 2 mile run — 1. Mettlen, Lucas-Luray, 11:08,50; 2. Martin, Ell-Saline, 11:37.77; 3. Koster, Wilson, 12:25.29. Mile relay — 1. Otis-Bison, 3:54.50; 2. Ell- Saline, 4:05.99; 3. SJ Military, 4:16.95. GIRLS Team scores Otis-Bison 139, Ell-Saline 136'A, Wilson 11014, Lincoln 53, Lucas-Luray 43, Waconda East 34. Individual result* High lump — 1. Trlana, Ell-Saline, 5-0; 2. Crangle, Lincoln, 4-6; 3. Walters, Ell-Saline, 4-4. Shot put -1. Larsen, Lincoln, 32-9; 2. Gatlros, Wilson, 31-6 Vi; 3. Blase, Lucas-Luray, 30-5. Long |ump — 1. Jensen, Ell-Saline, 14-2VS; 2. Zwerfel, Lucas-Luray, 14-6; 3. Crispin, Lincoln, 13-'A; 6. Walters, Ell-Saline, 12-5V.. Discus — 1. Amett, Wilson, 93-9; 2. Schneider, Oils-Bison, 92-3; 3. Gaitros, Wilson, 91-10; 4. Griffin, Ell-Saline, 90-10. Javelin — 1. Griffin, Ell-Saline, 116-2; 2. Schneider, Otis-Bison, 98-3; 3. Larson, Lincoln, 90-10. Triple Jump — 1. Jensen, Ell-Saline, 33-0; 2. Rlenhardt, Otis-Bison, 31-7'A; 3. Landers, Otis- Bison, 29-1; 4. Wallers, Ell-Saline, 28-4 '/<. 110y hurdles — 1. Zweifel, Lucas-Luray, 17.4; 2. DeWald, Otis-Bison, 17.41; 3. Kepka, Wilson, 17.54; 4. Muchow, Ell-Saline, 17.77; 5. Dlehl, Ell-Saline, 18.15. 880y relay — 1. Otis-Bison, 1:58.97; 2. Wilson, 2:00.14; 3. Ell-Saline, 2:01.31. 100y duh — 1. Ptacek, Wilson, 12.64; 2. Pozalek, Otis-Bison, 12.75; 3. Urban, Lucas-Luray, 13.31. Mil* run — 1. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 6:05.17; 2. Llnlngen, Ell-Saline, 6:23.93; 3. Cole, Lincoln, 6:46.31. 440y relay — 1. Otis-Bison, 56.64; 2. Waconda East, 57.35; 3. Ell-Saline, 57.65. 440y dssh — 1. White, Ell-Saline, 1:06.29; 2. Ptacek, Wilson, 1:06.59; 3. White, Ell-Saline, 1:11.39. 330y hurdles — 1. DeWald, Otis-Bison, 50.50; 2. Scott, Waconda East, 50.64; 3. Kepke, Wilson, 52.94; 5. Muchow, Ell-Saline, 54.51; 6. Dlehl, Ell-Saline, 55.62. 800y run — 1. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 2:40.62; 2. Yost, Oils-Bison, 2:46.88; 3. Pfortmiller, Waconda East, 2:55.73; 4.: Llnlngen, Ell-Saline, 3:00.57; 6. White, Ell-Saline, 3:08.10. 220y dssh — 1. Pozalek, Otis-Bison, 30.35; 2. Ptacek, Wilson, 30.45; 3. Lorenza, Ell-Saline, 32.12. 2 mile run — 1. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 13.50.1; 2. Slrawb, Otis-Bison, 15:29.59; 3. Vasko, Wilson, 15:54.20. Mile relay — 1. Wilson, 4:39.2; 2. Otis-Bison, 4:44.66; 3. Ell-Saline, 4:47.96. JEWELL INVITATIONAL BOYS Individual result* Long Jump — 1. Brown, SJ Beloit, 20-11 ¥4; 2. Getting, Tescott, 19-5V4; 3. Eilert, Jewell, 17- 9V4. Triple |ump — 1. Getting, Tescott, 39-7%; 2. Christian, Beloit, 38-9; 3. Taylor, Jewell, 38-2'A. Discus -•• 1. Hake, SJ Beloit, 164-8; 2. Klndler, White Rock, 123-3.%; 3. Ramsey, Jewell, 113-6'/«. Javelin — 1. Garman, Jewell, 182-7; 2. Kindler, White Rock, 174-6V4; 3. Ramsey, Jew- II, 155-0. High Jump — 1. Miller, Tescott, 6-2; 2. Chance, Bennlngton, 5-10; 3. Shipley, White Rock, 5-6. Shot put — 1. Hake, SJ Beloit, 61-914; 2. Gans, Bennlngton, 42-6%. 100m dish — 1. VanDoren, Tescott, 11.54; 2. Budke, SJ Beloit, 11.56; 3. Chance, Bennlngton, 11.66. 400m dash — 1. Brown, SJ Beloit, 52.13; 2. Gott, Tescott, 55.32; 3. Seller!, Bennlngton, 57.63. 110m hurdles — 1. Getting, Tescott, 15.37; 2. Wanklyn, Jewell, 16.13; 3. Miller, Tescott, 16.45. 1,600m run — 1. Kollhoff, SJ Beloit, 5:12.66; 2. Larson, Tescott, 5:14.22; 3. Slmmellnk, White Rock, 5:15.60. 300m hurdle* -1. Wanklyn, Jewell, 43.9; 2. Miller, Tescott, 44.94; 3. Micnalis, Bennlngton, 48.31. 200m dash — 1. Brown, SJ Beloit, 23.33; 2. Budke, SJ Beloit, 23.56; 3. Chance, Bennlngton, 23.85. 800m run — 1. Daniels, Bennlngton, 2:10.35; 2. Chance, Bennington, 2:12.25; 3. Eilert, Jewell, 2:14.95. 3,200m run — 1. Slmmellnk, White Rock, 11:28.41; 2. Abrams, Tescott, 11:40.16; 3. Kollhoff, SJ Beloit, 11:51.68. 400m relay — 1. SJ Beloit, 46.76; 2. Jewell, 47.12; 3. Tescott, 47.13. 1,600m relay — 1. Bennington, 3:40.78; 2. SJ Beloit, 3:52,09; 3. Tescott, 3:56.98. 3,200m relay — 1. Tescott, 8:59.51; 2. Ben- nlngton, 9:10.31; 3. Jewell, 9:32.52. GIRLS Individual reaulta Long Jump — 1. Eck, SJ Beloit, 17.2; 2. Nelson, Tescott, 15-614; 3. Brown, SJ Beloit, 15-3. Triple Jump — 1. Brown, SJ Beloit, 2. Eilert, SJ Beloit, 29.10; 3. Mohlman, White Rock, 28%. Discus — 1. Lutgen, SJ Beloit, 101-1; 2. Gril- felh, Jewell, 96-6; 3. Stone, White Rock, 89-6. Javelin —1. Conn, Jewell, 110-2; 2. Griffeth, Jewell, 97-11; 3. Williams, Bennlngton, 87-7. • High |ump — 1. Abrams, Tescott, 5-6; 2. Manning, White Rock, 5-4; 3. Barrett, Jewell, 54. Shot put— 1. Griffeth, Jewell, 33-1; 2. Abrams, Tescott, 32-2; 3. Lutgen, SJ Beloit, 3111. 100m dash — 1. Larson, Tescott, 13.27; 2. Bird, White Rock, 13.57; 3. Scheef, Jewell, 13.69. 400m dun—1. Gentry, SJ Beloit, 1:05.59; 2. Larson, Tescott, 1:05.75; 3. Popelka, Bennlng- ton, 1:07.52. 100m hurdle* — 1. Eck, SJ Beloit, 14.93; 2. McCready, Bennlngton, 17.91; 3. Bartsch, Jewell, 22.43. 200m dash—1. Manning, White Rock, 27.92; 2. Larson, Tescott, 28.56; 3. Walters, SJ Beloit, 28.88. 800m run—1. Welland, Bennlngton, 2:42.25; 2. Cash, Bennlngton, 2:50.25; 3. Neiwald, SJ Beloit, 2:50.42. 3,200m run — 1. Welland, Bennlngton, 13:55.20; 2. Saenger, Bennlngton, 14:26.97; 3. Simmellnk, Jewell, 14:34.60. 400m rally — 1. Tescott, 54.33; 2. SJ Beloit, 54.88; 3. Jewell, 55.59. 800m rally — 1. SJ Beloit, 1:57.06; 2. Jewell, 2:00.07; 3. White Rock, 2:01.94. 1,600m rally — 1. SJ Beloit, 4:26.76; 2. Ben- nlngton, 4:43.53; 3. Jewell, 4:49.27. Junior varsity SAUNA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL BOYS Team *core* Junction City 113'A, Hays 113, Sallna Central 109, Buhler 108tt, Sallna South 62, Manhattan 47, Hutchlnson 4, McPherson 0. South, Central result* High |ump — 3. Saldana, South, 5-4.400 — 6. Turtle, South, 57.35.300m hurdle* - 3. DeHaven, Central, 45.40; 4. Peoples, South, 46.07; 5. Keopreseuth, South, 46.11..Shot put — 1. Nonls, South, 41-5.600m run — 2. Blrdsong, South, 2:15.96; 3. Thomas, Central, 2:17.16; 5. Elnhasen, Central, 2:22.10; 6. Conard, Central, 2:24.02. 200m duh - 1 Brown, Central, 23.27; 2. Lawrence, Central, 23.45. DUcus — 2. Benolt, South, 106-6; 4. McBrlde, Central, 9910. 110m hurdlM — 3. DeHaven, Central, 18.61; 4. Kospreseuth, South, 18.64; 8. Peoples, South, 18.81. 3200m relay — 2. Central, 9:03.20. 100m duh — 1. Lawrence, Central, 11.41; 2. Brown, Central, 11.44. Jivelln — Conard, Central, 120-10. 1,600m run — Aflholder, Central, 5:02.7; 3. Blrdsong, South, 5:12.0; 5. Gray, Central, 5:20.02; 6. Wasko, Central, 5:22.3. 400m relay — 1. Central, 45.34; 4. South, 47.99. GIRLS Team score* Buhler 185VS, Junction City 185VS, Hays 94'A, Salina South 62, Manhattan 57, Salina Central 9, Hutchlnson 1, McPherson 1. South, Central results Long lump — 3. Augustine, South, 13-11'/«. 1,600m run — 1. McCumber, South, 6:04.51; 2. Valdez, South, 6:10.42.100m dash — 4. Guerre, South, 13.45; 6. Ticking, Central, 13.53. 400m relay — 5. South, 56.25.400m dish — 4. Ticking, Central, 1:06.32.300m hurdles — 5. Isacson, South, 55.29. 3,200m run — 2. Valdez, South, 13.32.9. 1600m relay — 3. South, 4:40.14. 800m run — 1. McCumber, South, 2:42.32. 200m dash — Guerra, South, 28.44; 5. Ticking, Central, 28.55. Golf High school TOPEKA WEST INVITATIONAL At Topaka Country Club, Par 71 Team scores Manhattan 312, SM South 321, Shawnee Heights 326, Topeka Washbum Rural 331, Lawrence 333, Topeka West 337, Sallna Central 342, SM Northwest 352, Junction City 353, Topeka High 359, Salina South 362, Topeka Seaman 387. Individual medalists 1. Morgan, Lawrence, 70; 2. Schullz, SM South, 73; 3. Soldan, Manhattan, 78; 4. Peak, Manhattan, 76; 5. Dultmeler, Topeka West, 78; 6. Sears, Manhattan, 78; 7. Hubbard, Shawnee Heights, 78; 6. Sterling, Shawnee Heights, 78; 9. Meyer, Topeka Washbum Rural, 79; 10. Alt, Salina Central, 80. Sallna South Individual* Craig Kuder 95, Kyle Jensen 96, David Dupy 87, Eric Adam 96, Anthony Whlttecer 87, Ryan Shriver 93. Sallna Central Individual* Tony AN 80, Pal Dreler 86, Tyler Alt 67, Cory Johnson 69, Ryan Rackley 91, Steve Wilson 103. Bowling Local results AMF KING LOUIE ALL-STAR LANES MEN Game — 1. Jerry Lambeth 255, 2. Jerry Brown 228, 3. Todd Fluke 208, 4. Brian Sollars 203,5. Ken Brewer 190. Series — 1. Lambeth 719, 2. Fluke 563, 3. Brewer 526,4. Triad Clovls 522,5. Sollars 480. WOMEN Game — 1. Karen Clark 211, 2. JoAnn Neuman 210,3. Debbie Hayden 209,4. Kajfry Herran 203,5. Linda Sherman 201. Series — 1. Herron 581,2. Sherman 558,3. Karen Burkenbine 548, 4. Rita Fischer 548, 5. JudyHannebaum 541. NEW HOLIDAY BOWL MEN Game — 1, Roger Sherman 300, 2. Roger Lawson 279, 3. Steve Howard 277, 4. Kurt Kroner 269,5. Alan Dlehl 269. Series — 1. Sherman 760, 2. Jon Woemer 728,3. Dave Slemsen 726,4. Larry Zurfluh 712, 5. Lawson 705. WOMEN Game — 1. Pam Dlehl 244,2. Karen Burkenbine 237, 3. Linda Sherman 236, 4. Kay Jennings 225,5. Jerri Davis 223. Series — 1. Diehl 723, 2. Sherman 674, 3. Davis 628, 4. Burkenbine 602, 5. Barb Hunter 596. Tennis High school BUHLER QUADRANGULAR Team *core* Valley Center 9, Buhler 7, Sallna South 5, Hutchlnson 3. Sallna South results Single* No. 1 — 3. Tripp 1 -2. No. 2 — 1. Price 3-0. Double* No. 1 — 3. Buyse-Feyerherm 1-2. No. 2 — 4. Knoll-Llvengood 0-3. NEWTON INVITATIONAL Team (core* Sallna Central 29, Newton 20, Emporia 17, Hutchlnson 16, Derby 12, El Dorado 10, SE Saline 6, Newton JV 5. Single* No. 1 — Championship: Stroer, SC, del. Currie, SES, 6-3,6-2. Third place — Steve Und, H, del. Jason Schroeder.N, 8-1. No. 2 — Championship: Steve Johnson, N, def. Starr, E, 8-4. Third place — Jeff Lamb, SC, del. Dersteln, ED, 8-6. Double* No. 1 —Championship: Wilson-Hoffman, SC, def. Neuer-Harter, E, 7-6 (8-6), 6-2. Third place — Grant-Sander, D, def. Foy-Gertken, H, 8-4. No. 2 — Championship: Koppel-Jones, SC, def. Schmldt-Schafler, H, 8-4. Third place: Kline- Thompson, N, del, Henry-Munsey, E, 8-5. Junior high ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 22 LINDSBORG 1 Boy* *lngle* Porter, RL, def. Nyqulst 8-4; Taylor, RL, del. Johnson 8-1; Huseman, RL, del. Fergulson 8-0; Campion, RL, del. Chambler 8-5; Martin, RL, del. Carlson 8-1; Brown, RL, def. Meiers 8-2; Grabner, RL, def. Ford 8-0; Hancock, RL, def. Flynn8-1. Boy* double* Taylor-Huseman, RL, def. Nyqulsl-Johnson 81; Campion-Martin, RL, del. Chambler-Fergul- son 8-3; Porter-Grabner, RL, def. Carlson- Meiers def. 8-0; Hancock-Brown, RL, del. Ford- Flynn 8-0. Girl* (Ingle* Krug, RL, def. Berry 8-1; Smith, RL, del. Clark 8-3; Mammen, RL, def. Wann 8-0; LoVullo, RL, del. Tangakarow 8-1; Seaton, RL, def. Plhl 8-1; Resales, RL, def. Tjaden 8-1; Lohmeyer, RL, del. KahlerB-0. Girl* double* Smlth-Seaton, RL, def. Berry-Tangakarow 8-0; Clark-Wann, L, del. LoVullo-MIze 8-6; Krug- Mammen, RL, def. Plhl-Oleen 8-0; Resales- Lohmeyer, RL, dof. Tjaden-Kahler 8-0. Softball Jucp linescores BROWN MACKIE 11, GARDEN CITY 1 Brown Mackle 117 11 - 11 11 0 Garden City 000 01 - 1 6 1 WP — Knitter. LP — VanDonge. BROWN MACKIE 14, GARDEN CITY 0 Brown Mackle 516 2-1414 0 Garden City 000 0 - 0 3 2 WP — Bohm. LP — Dally. 2B — BM: Ro- drlquez; 3B — GC: Harrington. HR — BM: Ro- drlquez, Battles, Burrell, Bohm, High school GREAT BEND 4, SALINA SOUTH 1 Salina South 001 000 0 - 1 3 3 Great Bend 201 010 0 - 4 7 1 WP — Sander. LP — Hamel (5-1). 2B — GB: Wondra. GREAT BEND 8, SALINA SOUTH 5 Sallna South 040 010 0 - 5 9 2 Great Bend 102 500 x - 8 8 1 WP - Sander. LP - Mitchell (5-1). 2B - SS: Daily 2, Stein; GB: Schriade, Steffan. 3B — SS: Stein. WAMEGO 10, CHAPMAN 0 Wamego 510 103 0 - 10 7 0 Chapman 000 000 0 - 0 3 6 WP - Thorsell. LP - Edwards. 3B - W: Williams. CHAPMAN 20, ELL-SALINE 19 Ell-Saline 101 7406-1911 9 Chapman . 121 (10)15 x - 20 11 5 WP — Anderson. LP — Atkinson. 2B — C: Anderson, Simpson. 3B — ES: Griflin; C: Rlffel. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH 8, GREAT BEND 7 Sallna South 202040—821 Great Bend 103 121 — 7 7 WP — Harbaugh. LP — Sllva. SALINA SOUTH 13, GREAT BEND 7 Sallna South 060250— 13 11 Great Bend 303100— 7 10 WP — Rorglna. LP — Heidrlck. ,. SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing _____ TALLADEGA, Ala. — Monday's rain washed out the Winston 500 for the second straight day, and NASCAR officials rescheduled the race for May 10 — the next open weekend for the Winston Cup cars. While Sunday was a complete washout, it appeared for a while Monday that the race might be run. The track was dried and the race engines were started at 2:06 p.m. EDT. The field then ran three pace laps before rain began to fall again, bringing the cars back onto pit lane. Track drying efforts continued until a downpour began, prompting officials to announce the postponement at 3:10 p.m. Baseball . NEW YORK — Baseball's ruling executive council voted Monday to approve the New York Yankees' acquisition of negotiating rights to Japanese pitcher Hideki Irabu. However, Irabu and the Yankees still cannot negotiate until the deal is approved by Japan's commissioner's office. That approval is expected later this week. In the trade agreed to last Tuesday, the Yankees will send $3 million, injured outfielder Ruben Rivera and minor league pitcher Rafael Medina to San Diego in return for three minor-leaguers: second baseman Homer Bush and outfielders Gordon Amerson and Vernon Maxwell. The trade is conditioned on the Yankees signing the 27-year-old right-hander, who was was 12-6 with a 2.40 ERA in 1996, leading Japan's Pacific League in ERA for the second straight season. Basketball __ INDIANAPOLIS — By the end of the week,' the Indiana Pacers should know whether Larry Brown will return as coach. In California since the end of the regular season, Brown plans to fly to Indianapolis on Wednesday to meet with Pacers president Donnie Walsh. Neither wants the matter to linger much beyond that. CHICAGO — Joey Meyer resigned under fire Monday as head basketball coach at DePaul, ending a 55-year family affair during which the Blue Demons have been coached by a Meyer. Meyer, 48, spent 30 years at the school as a player, assis- , tant coach and then head coach. He was a player and assistant under his father, Ray, who became the seventh DePaul coach in 1942. Joey Meyer: replaced his father when Ray retired in 1984. Joey Meyer's record at DePaul was 231-158. Neither Meyer nor university officials would say why the decision was put off 11/2 months after the end of DePaul's season. HARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut star Kara Wolters signed a 3-year contract worth more than $600,000 with the American Basketball League Monday, becoming one of the highest-paid women's players. Wolters was the latest marquee name to spurn the rival WNBA. While the WNBA was holding its first draft in Florida, Wolters -held a news conference at the Hartford Civic Center to announce she had completed a deal with the ' ABL's New England Blizzard. Golf NEW YORK — John Daly, who signed a $1.0 million endorsement deal with Wilson after winning the PGA Championship in 1991, was drppped by the equipment company on Monday, his 31st birthday and a month after a drunken spree at the Players Championship. "Through all of his trials and tribulations, Wilson has always stood behind John," said JefFHarmet, director of marketing for Wilson Golf. "This was by no means an easy decision. But after reassessing our relationship, we have decided to bring our relationship to a.close." Daly entered alcohol rehabilitation in 1993 and proudly proclaimed when he won the 1995 British Open he never would have been able to do it if he were still drinking. But Daly admitted last October he had gone back to drinking and it was clear he was out of control when he had a lenghty session at a bar on March 27 at the Players Championship. That episode ended with Daly damaging his hotel room, scaring his wife and withdrawing from the tournament. Hockey PITTSBURGH — While the Pittsburgh Penguins aren't moving, they have a new address: 500 Mario Lemieux Place. Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy announced Monday the street adjacent to the Civic Arena will be named after Lemieux, who led the Penguins to two Stanley Cup titles. Horse racing LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Pulpit, the impressive winner of the Blue Grass Stakes, was made the tentative 5-2 morning-line favorite Monday for the Kentucky Derby. Pulpit, who has won four of five career starts, was given the edge over Wood Memorial winner Captain Bodgit, the second choice at 3-1 for Saturday's 1 '/4-mile Derby at Churchill Downs. Pacificbounty was declared out of the race because of a heel injury to his right front leg. The California-based colt was injured April 12 at the start of the Arkansas Derby, where • he finished third. frack and Held INDIANAPOLIS — Three-time NCAA shot put champion Brent Noon has been suspended for four years by USA Track & Field after testing positive for an illegal drug. The out-of-competition test, performed March 18,1996, turned up traces of the steroid methandieone in Noon's sample, USATF said Monday. Noon, 25, won national collegiate titles for Georgia from 1992-94. He won .the U.S. championship in 1995 and placed fifth at the World Outdoor Championships. 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