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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 30, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL fcJO p.m, — Makw League Baseball, Seattle & NY Yankees or Atlanta at Cincinnati, ESPN, table 38. j BASKETBALL n 7 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Chicago at Washing- *w, TNT, cable 41. j fcSO p.m. — NBA Playoffs, LA Lakers at Port- jand, TNT, cable 41. , HORSE RACING < 4 p.m. — Thoroughbred radng, post position Jiraw for Kentucky Derby, ESPN, cable 38. J 10p.m.—Thoroughbred radng, post position ,oYaw for Kentucky Derby, ESPN2, cable 39. « SOCCER " 8 p.m. — Soccer, Nike World Tour, Brazil vs. Jtexteo, ESPN2, cable 39. • RADIO * BASEBALL J 6:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Bob $oone Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. « 7:0! p.m. — Major League Baseball, Toronto *et Kansas City, KSAL, 1150-AM. J GENERAL . 5:30 p.m. — Sportstalk Show, KSAL, 1150<AM. Football 'State college c KANSAS WESLEYAN SIGNEES i Jay Johnson, DB, Kilgor, Texas; Jamie Datv man, DL, lola, Texas; Josh Motsenbake, OL, Lubbock, Texas; Brian Grlgor, SS, Tulsa; Travis Dust LB, Tulsa; Marcus Campbell, RB, Brown- bora, Texas; Alan Randels, DL, Topeka (High); Tony Randels, LB, Topeka (High); Joseph Heckathom, PK, Cleveland, Texas; Jason Mln- ney, DL, Mannlord, Okla. Shawn Tata, CB, Bartlesvllle. Okla.; Josh Cole, WR, Bartlesville, Okla.; Rosallo Trujllo, DL, Penrose, Colo.; Jeff Martin, LB, Liberal; Was Dietrich, LB, Iowa Lakes C.C.; 'Ryan Ritchie, DB, Fort Worth, Texas; Anthony Todaro, WR, Redding, Calif.; David Bean, DB, Tulsa; Vemon Adams, OL, Naples, Texas; Engel Tamayo, DB, Hlaleah, Fla. Hockey NHL playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-7) Tuesday's results Buffalo 3, Ottawa 2 (ot), Buffalo wins series 43 Edmonton 4, Dallas 3 (ot), Edmonton wins series 4-3 Phoenix at Anaheim (n) Basketball NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-5) Monday's reaulta New York 104, Charlotte 95, New York wins series 3-0 Utah 104, LA Clippers 92, Utah wins series 30 Tueaday'a results Orlando 88, Miami 75, Miami leads series 2-1 Detroit 99, Atlanta 91, Detroit leads series 2-1 Houston 125, Minnesota 120, Houston wins series 3-0 Seattle at Phoenix (n) Wednesday's games Chicago at Washington, 7 p.m. LA Lakers at Portland, 9:30 p.m. NBA summaries PISTONS 99, HAWKS 91 ATLANTA (91) Coibln 5-12 2-212, Laeltner 9-186-6 25, Mu- tombo6-73-415, Blaytod<5-133-516, Smith 714 6-8 21, Henderson 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 33-66 20-25 91. DETROIT (99) Hill 10-19 4-7 24, Thorpe 7-9 2-316, Mills 7-14 M17, Hunter 11-170-026, Dumare 1-87-710, McKle 1-30-02, Long 1-3 0-0 2, Ratlrff 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 39-7413-17 99. Atlanta 20 20 26 25—91 Detroit 24 32 16 27—99 3-Polnt goals—Atlanta 5-23 (Blaylock 3-10, Laettner 1-4, Smith 1-5, Cortoln 0-4), Detroit 8,14 (Hunter 4-5, Mills 3-6, Dumars 1-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 49 (Mutombo 21), Detroit 28 (Mills 7). Assists—Atlanta 17 (Blaylock 10), Detroit 18 (Hill 8). Total fouls—Atlanta 20, Detroit 19. Technicals—Atlanta coach Wilkens, Detroit Illegal defense 2. A—21,059 (21,454). MAGIC 75, HEAT 75 MIAMI (75) Mashbum 4-12 0-2 9, Brown 2-5 3-4 7, Mourning 8-12 1-6 17, Lenard 5-13 2-2 14, T.Hard- away 4-161-212, Asklns 2-5 2-2 7, Majerie 2-8 OX) 5, Austin 2-7 0-0 4, Crotty 0-2 04 0. Totals 29409-1875. ORLANDO (88) Anderson 1-7 0-0 2, Strong 0-1 04 0, Selkaly 1-3 0-0 2, Shaw 1-5 0-0 2, P.Hardaway 16-30 910 42, Scott 0-3 04 0, Armstrong 6-117-721, Schayes 2-4 4-4 8, Wliklns 4-9 2-2 11. Totals 31-7322-2388. -Miami 29 13 15 18-75 Oritndo 13 29 23 23—88 ' 3-Point goals—Miami 8-30 (T.Hardaway 3-10, Lenard 2-6, Asklns 1-2, Mashbum 1-3, Majerie -1-5, Crotty 0-2), Orlando 4-19 (Armstrong 2-5, Wllklns 1 -2, P.Hardaway 1 -4, Scott 0-1, Shaw 02, Anderson 0-5). Fouled out—Strong. Re,. .bounds—Miami 66 (Mourning 17), Orlando 4-19 ^Armstrong 2-5, Wilklns 1-2, P.Hardaway 1-4, Scott 0-1, Shaw 0-2, Anderson 0-5). Assists— --Miami 17 (T.Hardaway 8), Orlando 11 (Armstrong 8). Toy fouls—Miami 24, Orlando 20. Technicals—T.Hardaway, Armstrong. A— 17,248 (17,248). Monday's game JAZZ 104, CLIPPERS 92 UTAH (104) Russell 4-7 1-5 9, Malone 8-16 10-10 26, Ostertag 2-3 04 4, Stockton 4-104-412, Homacek £ 1^9-12 7-8 28, Elsley 3-4 1-1 8, Foster 1-3 04 2, ( : ,Anderson0-20-20,Morris3-61-28,Carr3-51- -^27. Totals 37-68 25-34 104. LA CLIPPERS (92) 0 . Vaught 9-13 1-3 20, Rogers 7-15 04 15, Wright 4-8 0-0 8, Martin 2-7 1-2 6, Sealy 3-6 6•'"- : 8 13, Barry 4-107-8 17, Outlaw M 0-42, Mur' • 11 'ray 1-52-24, Plalkowskl 1 -3 04 3, Manning 1 3 04 2, Richardson 1-1 04 2. Totals 34-72 1727 92. ".' 'Utah 32262224—104 ^..LACIIppers 24 1821 29-92 '' 3-Point goals-Utah 5-13 (Homacek 3-4, Els- •j *.' ley 1-1, Mom's 1-2, Anderson 0-1, Russell 0-2, Stockton 0-3). Los Angeles 7-19 (Barry 2-4, Vaught 1-2, Martin 1-2, Sealy 1-3, Platkowski 12, Rogers 1-4. Murray 0-2). Fouled out—Sealy, Rebounds—Utah 55 (Malone 13), Los Angeles 33 (Vaught, Wright 7). Assists—Utah 19 (Stockton 13), Los Angeles 16 (Martin 5). Total fouls- Utah 27, Los Angeles 26. A—11.747 (16,021). Ifack ft field High school SALINA SOUTH INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Sallna Central 142, Hays 63, Newton 74, Be- lolt 71, McPherson 68, Sallna South 58. Maize 48, Great Bend 21. Individual results Shot put - 1. Seyfert, B, 60-9; 2. Thompson, B, 55-2%; 3. Moore, MZ, 53-OV<; 4. Shaler, H, 47-8; 6. Lytes, QB, 46-61$; 6. Butler, SS, 45- 9W. Pole vault - 1. Hlrsch, N, 12-6; 2. Bmngardt, H. 12-0; 3. Rogers, N, 10-6; 4. Moore, N, 8-6; 5. French, MC, 8-6. Dlicui - 1. Thompson, B, 164-0; 2. Moore, MZ, 146-10; 3. Seytert. B, 138-8; 4. Kanitz, MC, 132-0; 5. Butler, SS, 129-0; 6. Hale, MC, 126-11. High lump -1. Kanitz, MC, 6-5; 2. Hale, MC, 6-0; 3. Coleman, N, 5-6; 4. Hadley, H, 5-8; 5. Morris, SS, 5-4; 6. Jarchow, N, 5-4. Javilln - 1. File, B, 181-9; 2. Allen, SS, 1771; 3. Sharp, N, 157-10; 4. Morris, SS, 156-10; 5. Larson, MC, 132-8; 6. Dover, N, 127-2. Long lump - 1. Kldwell, MZ, 23-t; 2. Moore, H, 21-8'/«; 3. Newman, SC, 21-7; 4. Green, SC, 20-1114; 5. Small, N, 20-8 W; 6. Gray, B, 20814. Triple lump - 1. Small, N, 43-0; 2. Gray, B, 41-6%; 3. Rowh, B, 41-1; 4. James, N, 39-9; 5. Coleman, N, 39-3 VS; 6. Baeza, SS, 39-1«. 110m hurdles - 1. Penn, MC, 14.67; 2. Hamm, N,'15.27; 3. Bishop, SC, 16.22; 4. Le, SS, 16:52; 5. HanJy, H, 16.66; 6. Qralals, SC, 17.16. 3,200m relay -1. Central, 8:41.41; 2. McPherson, 9:13.05; 3. Newton, 9:45.56. 100m daih - 1. Green, SC, 10.49; 2. Newman, SC, 10.56; 3. Moore, H, 10.91; 4. Kldwell, MZ, 10.92; 5. Haworth, H, 11.05; 6. Scheck, H, 11.22. 1,600m run -1. Deeds, H, 4:41.52; 2. Young, SC, 4:45.22; 3. Pingel, B, 4:45.32; 4. Wahlgren, SS, 4:46.68; 5. Moos, SC, 4:50.39; 6. Shannon, MZ, 4:52.09. 400m relay - 1. Central, 42.66; 2. Maize, 44.20; 3. Hays, 44.25; 4. South, 44.59; 5. Belolt, 44.59; 6. McPherson, 45.92. 400m dnh - 1. Larson, SC, 50.99; 2. Schwab, SC, 52.10; 3. Scheck, H, 52.41; 4. Grace, B, 53.95; 5. Haas, SS, 54.13; 6. Perry, SS and Garrett, GB, 54.14. 300m hurdles - 1. Stiles, MC, 41.46; 2. Grafals, SC, 43.31; 3. Bishop, SC, 43.34; 4. Penn, MC, 43.96; 5. Coleman, N, 44.10; 6. Hamm, N, 44.34. 3,200m run - 1. Engelbert, B, 10:37.29; 2. Wahlgren, SS, 10:40.66; 3. Moos, SC, 10:46.99; 4. Smith, QB, 10:49.49; 5. Wright, MZ, 11:00.14; 6. R.Lowery.H, 11:25.05. 800m run - 1. Augustine, H, 2:04.34; 2. Young, SC, 2:05.09; 3. Wahlgren, SS, 2:08.58; 4. Bolt, N, 2:09.42; 5. Pool, GB, 2:10.48; 6. Sams, MC, 2:11.15. 200m duh - 1. Newman, SC, 21.88; 2. Green, SC, 22.30; 3. Moore, H, 22.34; 4. Larson, SC, 23.01; 5. Haworth, H, 23.13; 6. Grace, B, 23.59. 1,600m rally -1. Central, 3:25.70; 2. South, 3:28.79; 3. Hays, 3:28.80; 4. Great Bend, 3:39.76; 5. Newton, 3:40.00; 6. McPherson, 3:44.75. GIRLS Team scores McPherson 152, Sallna Central 82V*, Hays 71, Belolt 63, Newton 57, Sallna South 40V4, Great Bend 34, Maize 20. Individual results Shot put -1. Stadel, SS, 38-0; 2. Barrow, MC, 36-7«; 3. Wedel, MC, 35-6 V4; 4. File, B, 35214; 5. Durtee, SS, 33-8 14; 6. Zahn, GB, 33- B'A. Dlicui -1. Pelrano, MZ, 121-0; 2. Wagner, B, 111-7; 3. Powell, SC, 111-1; 4. Zahn, GB, 1041; 5. Wedel, MC, 1034; 6. Stadel, 101-6. High Jump -1. Robinson, H, 5-4; 2. Schmidt, B, 5-4; 3. Jones, SC, 4-10; 4. Reese, MC, 4-10; 5. Ewart, N, 4-10; 6. (tie) Billings, SS and Herrman, SC, 4-8. Javelin -1. Pelrano, MZ, 124-6; 2. Robinson, H, 114-3; 3. James, MC, 112-3; 4. Gebhardt, SS, 110-3; 5. Barrow, MC, 106-11; 6. Frasier, B, 106-4. Long lump -1. Charter, MC, 17-7; 2. Frost, SC, 16-714; 3. Herrman, SC, 16-414; 4. Reese, MC, 15-914; 5. Dansby. N, 15-8; 6. Snavely, SS, 15-714. Triple lump - 1. Jones, SC, 36-3 V4; 2. Halman, H, 35-4%; 3. Herrman, SC, 34-7; 4. Dansby, 34-2 Vi; 5. Brookshlre, MC, 33-3 %; 6. Robinson, H, 32-10. 100m hurdles - 1. Baldwin, MC, 15.80; 2. Jenson, H, 16.49; 3. Robinson, H, 16.50; 4. James, MC, 16.72; 5. Chronister, SS, 16.75; 6. Bernal, MC, 19.71. 3,200m rally-1. Belolt, 10:29.22; 2. McPherson, 10:34.52; 3. Great Bend, 10:40.81; 4. Sall- na Central, 10:48.34. 100m dun - 1. Prewitt, N, 12.34; 2. Butler, GB, 12.52; 3. Chartler, MC, 12.61; 4. Williams, SC, 12.65; 5. Dayo, N, 13.06; 6. Moore, GB, 13.07. 1,600m run - 1. Williams, SC, 5:33.41; 2. Smith, MC, 5:34.56; 3. Christians, B, 5:41.89; 4. Warner, GB, 5:44.45; 5. Pratt, SS, 5:45.37; 6. Baxa, SS, 5:50.27. 400m relay - 1. McPherson, 51.54; 2. Newton, 51.89; 3. Belolt, 52.06; 4. Hays, 52.53; 5. Central, 52.84; 6. South, 52.89. 400m daih -1. Butler, QB, 1:00.70; 2. Frost, SC, 1:02.92; 3. Grace, B, 1:03.42; 4. Walk, MC, 1:04.77; 5. Tleklng, SC, 1:07.46; 6. Baldwin, MC, 1:09.90. 300m hurdlei -1. James, MC, 49.47; 2. Baldwin, MC, 49.50; 3. Chronister, SS, 50.22; 4. Warren, B, 50.72; 5. McGuire, H, 51.78; 6. Bemal, MC, 54.02. 3,200m run -1. Smith, MC, 12:25.79; 2. Ferrel, MC, 12:31.20; 3. Warner, GB, 12:44.34; 4. Mehl, B, 12:52.54; 5. Shirk, GB, 12:52.91; 6. Gingrich, MC, 13:00.85. 800m run - 1. Williams, SC, 2:30.66; 2. Strecker, H, 2:35.12; 3. Ortloff, MC, 2:35.72; 4. Albin, N, 2:37.64; 5. Wendell, B, 2:40.01; 6. Strahan, SC, 2:40.49. 200m duh - 1. Prewitt. N, 26.21; 2. Balluch, B, 27.29; 3. Dansby, N, 27.30; 4. Walker, MC, 27.71; 5. Kelly, H, 27.83; 6. Williams, SC, 28.44. 1,600m relay - 1. Beloit, 4:15.44; 2. Hays, 4:15.88; 3. McPherson, 4:16.45; 4. Central, 4:17.67; 5. Newton, 4:46.56. NORTON INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Smith Center 127, Goodland 107, Colby 96, Norton 87, Logan 49, Northern Valley 46, Philllpsburg 26, Lenora 19. Individual results 1,600m relay — 1. Colby, 3:33.72; 2. Goodland, 3:37.92; 3. Smith Center, 3:36.69. 3,200m relay — 1. Colby, 8:38.69; 2. Smith Center, 8:51.18; 3. Phllllpsburg, 9:06.34. Triple Jump — 1. Kemper, Logan, 42-1; 2. Barta, Smith Center, 41-5; 3. Becker, Lenora, 39-414. Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 BASEBALL Cloud County a! Brawn MacWe. 3 p.m. Toronto at Kansas City. 7:05 p.m. GOLF KCAC tournament at Hesston 100m d««h — 1. Felver, Qoodland, 11.34; 2. Bursk, Qoodland, 11.39; 3. McFeeters, Colby, 11.56. Pole vault — 1. Stull, Norton, 12-6; 2. Griffin, Northern Valley, 12-0; 3. Ramirez. Smith Center, 11-6. High lump — 1. Dellmont, Northern Valley, 62; 2. Barta, Smith Center, 6-0; 3. Rublo, Qood- land. 5-10. Discus — 1. Jones, Logan, 166-5; 2. Phllpot, Norton, 144-10; 3. Taylor, Colby, 143-2. 1,600m run — 1. Bossett, Colby, 4:49.72; 2. Lofgreen, Norton, 4:55.02; 3. Delimont, Northern Valley, 4:58.80, 400m relay — 1. Goodland, 44.15; 2. Colby, 44.61; 3. Norton, 44.75. Javelin — 1. Phllpot, Norton, 163-4; 2. Stewart. Smith Center, 155-6; 3. Rust, Phllllpsburg, 155-3. 400m dash — 1. Flever, Qoodland, 51.69; 2. Depperschmldt, Smith Center, 52.25; 3. Heble, Goodland, 53.14. Long |ump— 1. Kemper, Logan, 20-11 14; 2. Barta, Smith Center, 20-7 'A; 3. Overmlller, Smith Center, 19-9 'A. Shot put — 1. Boyle, Norton, 51-4; 2. Speer, Northern Valley, 48-W; 3. Tharp, Smith Center, 47-10. 3,200m run — 1. Bossert, Colby, 10:27.65; 2. Tedtord, Goodland, 10:33.22; 3. Tucker, Smith Center, 10:49.74. 110m hurdles — 1. Stewart, Smith Center, 16.36; 2. Dellmont, Northern Valley, 16.44; 3. Cox, Norton, 16.59. 200m daih — 1. Felver, Goodland, 22.59; 2. Buik, Qoodland, 22.63; 3. McPheeters, Colby, 22.84. 300m hurdles — 1. Cox, Norton, 40.60; 2. Lohr, Goodland, 41.35; 3. Stewart, Smith Center, 42.99. 800m run — 1. Kemper, Logan, 2:00.31; 2. Scheetz, Colby, 2:01.26; 3. Tedtord, Qoodland, 2:05.92. GIRLS Team scares Phllllpsburg 113, Smith Center 98, Colby 96, Norton 93, Northern Valley 54, Goodland 49, Logan 42, Lenora 12. Individual results 100m dash — 1. Schoepner, Goodland, 13.47; 2. Hays, Northern Valley, 13.59; 3. Bliss, Colby, 13.61. Pole vault — 1. Gibbons, Philllpsburg, 7-0; 2. Murray, Colby, 6-9; 3. Washbum, Norton, 6-9. 1,600m run — 1. Barnes, Smith Center, 5:34.78; 2. Fiene, Smith Center, 5:40.87; 3. Rush, Smith Center, 5:52.12. 400m relay— 1. Goodland, 53.10; 2. Phllllps- burg, 54.14; 3. Northern Valley, 54.88. . 400m daih — 1. Sanson, Logan, 1:02.4; 2. Williams, Norton, 1:03.70; 3. Tubbs, Northern Valley, 1:04.24. Triple jump — 1. Thlele, Norton, 33-5; 2. Fercha, Colby, 32-9%; 3. Anderson; Phllllpsburg, 32-V4. Javelin — 1. Me, Phlllipsburg, 114-6; 2. Johnson, Colby, 112-10; 3. Zerr, Colby, 111-4. High Jump — 1. Davis, Northern Valley, 5-1; 2. Nelson, Lenora, 5-0; 3. Munsell, Colby, 5-0. Dlseui — 1. Reusink, Norton, 110-5; 2. Rust, Philllpsburg, 104-2; 3. Triplelt, Logan, 103-1. Long Jump — 1. Adams, Colby, 16-0; 2. Munsell, Colby, 15-11VS; 3. Anderson, Philllpsburg, 15-8V4. 3,200m run — 1. Barnes, Smith Center, 12.23.97; 2. Rush, Smith Center, 12.39.96; 3. Flene, Smith Center, 12:53.43. Shot put — 1. Triplet!, Logan, 43-3%; 2. Ubben, Phlllipsburg, 34-1; 3. Finch, Smith Center, 334 V*. 100m hurdles — 1. Charbonneau, Phlllips- burg, 16.68; 2. Cox, Norton, 17.36; 3. Anderson, Philllpsburg, 17.62. 800m relay — 1. Norton, 1:54.03; 2. Colby, 1:54.39; 3. Northern Valley, 1:56.22. 200m dnh — 1. Schoepner, Goodland, 27.53; 2. Mannebach, Colby, 29.04; 3. Smith, Northern Valley, 28.31. 1,600m relay — 1. Norton, 4:20.31; 2. Phllllpsburg, 4:26.14; 3. Smith Center, 4:27.6.. 800m run — 1. Barnes, Smith Center, 2:29.31; 2. Shields, Goodland, 2:31.31; 3. Flene, Smith Center, 2:32.59. 300m hurdles — 1. Schrum, Norton, 49.19; 2. Llttlejohn, Philllpsburg, 51.39; 3. Ontlveroz, Goodland, 51.66. Junior high PRAIRIE HILLS INVITATIONAL At Buhler BOYS EIGHTH GRADE Team scores Not available. South results 400m dash — 6. Carter, 1:02.8. High Jump — 5. Maxwell, 5-2. 600m run — 5. Mayvllle, 2:28.0. 800m medley relay — 2. (Adams, Xaykene, McGrew, Kunchlck), 1:53.49. aoOm relay — 1. (McGrew, Kunchlck, Hoden, Russell), 1:45.11.200m daih — 1. Russell. Roosevelt-Lincoln results 75m hurdlei — 4. Hutchinson, 11.73. Long lump — 2. Smith, 17-3%; 5. Hutchinson, 166 'A. 200m dash—2. Smith, 24.51.100m daih — 1. Smith, 12.06.1,600m run — 1. Bamett, 5:17.0.. 400m relay — 3. R-L, 51.06. 1,600m relay — 4. R-L, 4:15.23. 800m relay — 4. no time. 3,200m run — 4. Moos, no time. SEVENTH GRADE Team scores Not available. South results 75m hurdlei — 5. Lilly, 13.25.100m dun — 5. Byun, 13.58. 400m rally — 4. (Graham, Meyer, Muller, Pham), 53.55.800m medley relay — 4. (Pham, Graham, Thompson, Rainier), 2:07.0. 200m daih — 5. Thompson, 26.51. 1,600m relay — 3. (Cooper, Meyer, Rathlef, Ferguson). Roosevelt-Lincoln results Long jump — 3. Payne, 16-3; 4. Laska, 15-3. 400m relay — 2. (Elsea, Johnson, Payne, Anders), 52.10. 800m relay — 3. (Chronister, Payne, Smith, Anders), 1:53.80.400m daih — 3. Elsea, 1:00.39. 100m dish — 4. Anderes, 12.65. 800m run — 4. Allen, 2:31.22. Medley relay — 1. (Anders, Allen, Smith, Rogan), 1:59.85. GIRLS EIGHTH GRADE Team scores McPherson 120, Great Bend 105, Prairie Hills 61 <fi, Sallna South 50, Hutchinson 36, Derby 35, Roosevelt-Lincoln 34 V4. South results 100m daih — 6. Ross, 14.19.1,600m run — 1. Ross, 6:06.0.400m relay—6. (Rupp, Gahagan, Saskowskl, Rhodenbaugh), 58.3. 3,200m run — 4. Denaull, 14:37.0. 800m relay — 6. (Rupp, Gahagan, Saskowskl, Rhodenbaugh), 2:04.0.800m run — 2. Ross. 800m medley relay — 3. (Larson, Gahagan, Saskowskl, Rupp), 2:11.0. 200m dash — 2. Halderman; 4. Rhodenbaugh. Dlicui — 4. Temple, 89-5'A. High |ump — 3. Halderman, 4-8. Long |ump — 2. Halderman, 14-8. Roosevelt-Lincoln results 1,600m run — 4. Allen, 6:28.0.400m relay — 3. (Thompson, Fox, Walker, Lane), 56.01; 800m relay — 3. (Allen, Tumqulst, Herrman, Lane), 2:01.1. 200m daih — 3. Lane, 29.28. Medley relay — 2. (Armstrong, Roth, Tumqulst, Allen), 2:10.1. 1,600m relay — 3, (Gard, Carter, Thompson, Fox). SEVENTH GRADE Team scores McPherson 121, Great Bend 65, Prairie Hills, 64, Roosevelt-Lincoln 59, Derby 3714, Hutchinson 35, Sallna South 31. South results 75m hurdlei — 3. Eastep, 14.36.100m daih — 6. Gaydusek, 14.59.400m relay — 3. (Eastep, St. Clalr, Schnelber, Gaydusek), 58.06. 800m relay — 3. (Easlep, SI. Clalr, Schneiber, Gaydusek). 800m medley relay — 4. (Matteson, St. Clalr, Pestlnger, Meier). 200m daih — 2. Schnelber. Roosevelt-Lincoln results 100m daih — 3. Bowers, 14.30; 6. Bums, 14.72. 400m relay — 5. (Johnston, Qrabner, Struble, Jameson), 59.5. 400m daih — 2. Anderes, 1:08.69; 4. Brown, 1:11.80. 200m daih — 1. Anderes, 28.45; 2. Bowers, 29.64. Medley relay —2. (Johnston, Slruble, Allred, Grabner), 2:16.69.1,600m relay — 3. (Finan, Allred, Struble, Anderes), 5:04.60. Golf Big 12 men BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS At Hutchinson Prairie Dunes C.C. Final results Team scores Oklahoma State 290-294-298-682 Texas 300-297-295-892 Iowa State 295-290-316—901 Kansas 301-299-302—902 Oklahoma 303-302-299—904 Nebraska 300-291-317-908 ' Kansas State 299-309-309—917 Texas A&M 306-302-312—920 Missouri 318-307-314—939 Baylor 319-314-312—945 Colorado 315-316-315—946 Texas Tech 306-325-321—952 Individual results (Par 70-70-70—210) Leif Westerborg, OSU 67-68-76—211 Brad Elder, Texas 69-71-73—213 Josh Madden, NU 72-71-71—214 Ryan Vermeer, KU 71-71-73—215 Chris Thompson, KU 74-70-73—217 Donnie Teeter, ISU 71-72-75—218 Miguel del Angel, A&M 71-73-74—218 Andy Aduddell, Texas 73-75-73—221 Jeff Mixon, OU 75-74-72—221 Hunter Haas, OU 74-74-74—222 Ryan Palmer, A&M 73-74-75—222 Edward Loar, KSU 72-76-75—223 Brian Quetz, OSU 78-75-72—225 Matt Murdoch, KSU 72-75-79—226 Steve Friesen, NU 73-76-78—227 Travis Korver, ISU 79-70-79—228 Landry Mahan, OSU 75-75-78—228 Jason Knutzon, ISU 70-76-82—228 Colby Robertson, MU 78-74-76—228 Dirk Mitchell, Texas 80-73-75—228 John Douma, CU 81-76-71—228 Brant Benninga, KSU 76-77-76—229 Jon Levy, ISU ' 75-72-82—229 Steve Irwln, CU 74-76-80—230 Chad Buckridge, KSU 73-79-78—230 Jeff Fahrenbruch, Texas 78-78-74—230 Trent Morrison, NU 78-70-83—231 Chris James, OU 77-80-74-231 Phillip Tate.Tech 75-77-80—232 Rodrigo Breton, OU '77-76-79—232 Mike Chlsum, Baylor 78-76-81—233 Chris Nickens, Baylor 77-80-76—233 Doyle Moffitt, MU 80-74-80—234 BoVanPelt,OSU 76-83-75-234 Brian Walter, KSU • 80-78-76—234 Brad Bamett, KU 78-79-78—235 Kit Grove, KU 78-79-78—235 Pat Barley, Tech 79-83-75—237 Kris Casbum, MU 79-79-80—238 David Suggs, MU 81-80-78—239 Lee Reed, A&M 79-79-83—241 Scott Gutschewskl, NU 82-74-85—241 Brian Racette, KSU 78-83-80—241 Jacque Palemeht, NU 77-79-85—241 Ty Cox, A&M 84-76-82—242 Trey Whatley, Baylor 86-81-75—242 Aaron Pellgrom, Baylor 82-77-83—242 Paul Robinson, CU 81 -79-83-243 Sean Mulhertn, Tech 73-83-87—243 Tom Baldwin, Tech 79-82-82—243 Jeff Brown, A&M 83-79-81—243 Brad Davis, KU 81 -82-80—243 Marcus Jones, Texas 82-79-85—246 Chance Cozby, OU 85-78-83—246 Tom Stacy, CU 80-85-83—248 Knut Ek|ord, CU 80-87-81—248 Aaron Patton, ISU 85-83-80—248 Graham Lynch, Baylor 84-85-80—249 Laird Sparks, Tech 84-83-84—251 Tom Vogt, MU 88-84-91—263 State college KANSAS CONFERENCE At Hesston Municipal Golf Park Par 71 27 holes Team scores Southwestern 458, Bethany 461, Kansas Wesleyan 488, Friends 499, Tabor 506, McPherson 518, Ottawa 540. Kansas Wesleyan scores Monte Brent 117, Jason Ortman 117, Michael Bell 126, Tony Zink 128, Jon Terpenlng 132. Bethany scores Jason Ingersoll 111, Travis Engle 116, Jason Hooper 117, Jon VonOhlson 117, Conrad Roberts 119. Medalist leadera 1. (tie) Ingersoll, Bethany & Peterson, Southwestern 111; 3. Kygar, Southwestern, 113; 4. Engle, Bethany, 116; 5. (tie) Hooper, Bethany; VonOhlson, Bethany; Brent, Kansas Wesleyan; Ortman, Kansas Wesleyan; Colvln, Southwestern & Wyckotf, Southwestern, 117. High school NORTON INVITATIONAL Team acorea Smith Center 345, Hoxle 351, Stockton 351, Philllpsburg 345, Norton 374, Hill City 382, Goodland 394, Colby 413, Quinter 417, Norton B460. Individual medalists 1. Hammond, Northern Valley 76; 2. Feldt, Hoxie, 82; 3. Austin, Phllllpsburg, 82; 4. Perez, Stockton, 82; 5. Tremblay, Hoxle, 84; 6. Calll- han, Smith Center, 84; 7. Bellerive, Stockton, 86; 8. Zlerteln, Smith Center, 86; 9. McCartney, Philllpsburg, 87; 10. Ballhorst, Smith Center, 87. Hole~in-one WHO — Linda Ferguson. WHERE — Sallna Country Club. WHEN — Tuesday, April 29,1997. HOLE —No. 17. DISTANCE —119 yards. CLUB USED — 7-lron . WITNESSES — Jan Denning, Martha Shlmp, Lois Eagleton. Swimming High school EL DORADO QUINT Team scores El Dorado 336, Salina South 317, McPherson 279, Coffeyvllle 249. Sallna Central 177. Sallna reaulta 200m relay — 1. Sallna South, 2:03.79; 4. Sallna Central, 2:14.04. 200 freestyle — 2. Wels, SC, 2:37.23; 5. Anderson, SS, 2:47.04; 6. Hodges, SS, 2:48.30.200 Individual medley — 1. Coellner, SS, 2:13.09; 6. Lampe, SS, 2:37.99. 60 freestyle — 2. Porter, 26.92; 4. Weaver, SS, 28.56; 6. Franklin, SC, 28.95. Diving — 3. Norris, SC; 5. Glower, SS; 6. Johnson, SS. 100 butterfly — 1. Coellner, SS, 1:01.90; 3. Zier, SS, 1:12.77; 6. Becker, SS, 1:23.81.100 Ireeityle — 1. Weaver, SS, 1:01.88; 5. Schmltt, SC, 1:09.63. 500 Ireeityle — 2. Lampe, SS, 6:09.49; 5. Wels, SC, 7:08.67.200 freestyle relay — 4. Salina South, 2:06.55; 5. Sallna Central, 2:07.46.100 backstroke — 2. Porter, SC, 1:06.56. 100 breaitstroke — 2. Zler, SS, 1:19.57; 5. Becker, SS, 1:25.18; 6. Crawford, 1:27.35.400 freestyle relay — 1. Sallna South, 4:11.20; 4. Sallna Central, 4:28.76. Tennis High school LINDSBORG OUADRANGLAR Team scores Sterling 19, Smoky Valley 18, Berean Academy 15, Hesslon 8. No. 1 singles 1. Andersson, SV, 3-0; 2. Koch, BA, 2-1. No. 2 singles 1. Larson, SV, 3-0; 2. Vanover, St, 2-1. No. 1 doubles 1. Wllllfbrd-Woudstra, St, 3-0; 2. Barclay- Qusenlus, SV, 1-2. No. 2 doubles 1. Caywood-'Qraves, St, 3-0; 2. Koehn- Busentz, BA.2-1. HESSTON INVITATIONAL Team scores Smoky Valley 44, Claflln 29, Conway Springs 25, Hesston 21, Scott City 17, McPheson 16, SE Saline 16, Hlllsboro 3, Wichita Collegiate 1. Singles 1. Currle, SE Saline del. Talbott, Smoky Valley, 8-2. Doubles Nelson-Palmqulsl, Smoky Valley, del. Wondra-Connell, Claflln, 8-4. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH INVITATIONAL Team scores Salina Central 34, Hutchinson 28, Sallna South A 26, Manhattan 26, Sallna South B 16, Junction City 14, SJ Military 14, Abilene 10. No. 1 Singles Central — Welsh (3-0) del. Chang, M, 8-4; del. Martinez, SS-B, 8-3; del. Trlpp, SS-A, 8-4. South-A — Trlpp (2-1) lost to Welsh, SC, 4-8; del. Pavle, JC, 8-2; del. Walton, H, 8-3. South-B — Martinez (1-2) bye; lost to Walton, H, 1-8; lost to Welsh, SC, 3-8. No. 2 Singles South-A — Feyerherm (3-0) del. Smith, SJM, 8-1; def. Petz, H, 8-1; del. Adams, SS-B, 8-1. South-B — Adams (2-1) lost to Feyerherm, SS-A, 1-8; def. Gardner, M, 8-5; def. Andrads, A, 8-4. Central—Stelchen (1-2) lost to Andrade, 5-8; lost to Gardner, M, 0-6; def. Mitchell, JC, 6-5 (75). No. 1 Doubles Central — Wilson-Lohmeyer (3-0) def. Craig- Woelk, H, 8-2; def. Marshall-Taylor, SJM, 8-0; def. Schurle-Desai, M, 8-7 (7-1). South-A — Price-Knoll (1-2) lost to Schurle- Desai, M, 2-8; def. Clark-Green, A, 6-0; lost to Cralg-Woelk, H, 1-6. South-B — no matches. No. 2 Doubles Central — Klssinger-Elchler (2-1) del. Kunkle- Melnzer, SJM, 8-1; lost to Famaki-Wiens, H, 78; del. Guccloner-Boyd, A, 8-1. South-A — Schmidt-School (2-1) lost to Quo clone-Boyd, A, 5-8; def. Pelcak-Connell, JC, 6-3; def. Keam-Tappendlck, SS-B, 6-2. South-B — Keam-Tappendlck (1-2) lost to Famakl-Wlens, H, 0-8; def. Klnkle-Meinzer, 6-4; lost to Schmidt-School, SS-A, 2-6. Wranglers linescore Monday's game SAN ANTONIO 7, WICHITA 6 Wichita 000 100 041 — 6 72 San Antonio 003 102 001 — 7 15 1 WP - LaGarde (1-0). LP Wolff (0-1). 2B W: Diaz; SA: Ingram, Cora, Cooney, Richardson. HR — SA: Richardson. KCAC standings KANSAS CONFERENCE Ottawa 12 6 Friends 10 6 Kansas Wesleyan 12 8 Bethany 9 7 Sterling 6 10 Tabor 4 14 Remaining games Ottawa — Home: 2 (vs. Sterling); Away: none Kansas Weileyan — None Bethany — Home: 4 (vs. Friends, vs. Sterling); Away: none Frlendi — Home: 2 (vs. Tabor); Away: 2 (at Bethany) MVC linescore WICHITA STATE 9, ARKANSAS 7 Arkansas 000 412 000 0 - 7 7 1 Wichita Stale 101 110 102 2 - 9 11 2 WP - Bluma (2-2). LP— Cames (6-3). HR — A: Lundqulst; WS: Patrick, Sorensen. State college BETHANY 7, KANSAS WESLEYAN 1 Bethany 010 231 0 - 7 8 1 Kansas Wesleyan 0001000- 1 4 3 WP - Witt. LP - Mclntlre. HR - B: Mlck- uleckl, Jackson, Bard. KANSAS WESLEYAN 8, BETHANY 7 Bethany 200 001 3 — 7 91 Kansas Wesleyan 102 023 x — 8 11 3 WP — Edmonds. LP — Munz. 28 — BC: Bard 2, Emley; KW: Edmonds, Newell. 3B — BC: Jackson. HR — KW: Atwood. OTTAWA 16, TABORS Tabor 30000- 3 4 3 Ottawa 0(10)4 2x - 16 15 2 WP-Thompson. LP-Carrell. HR-T: Schmidt; 0: Conard, Stockton, Evnns, Leuken. TABOR 5, OTTAWA 2 Tabor 210 002 0 - 5 5 1 Ottawa 200 000 0 - 2 6 1 WP-Bodensteln. LP-McDonnell. HR-T: Schmidt. High school BELOIT 7, LINCOLN 5 Belolt 0001104 — 7132 Lincoln 200 003 0 — 5 70 ' WP - Bamett. LP - M.Gebhart. BELOIT 13, LINCOLN 9 Belolt 340 600 0— 13 13 2 Lincoln 500 102 1 — 9132 WP - Odle. LP - K.Gebhart. 2B - B: Gourtey, Bamett, Frederking; L: Biggs 2, K.Gebhart 2, Rosebrook. 3B - B: Cox. HR - L: Rosebrook, Obermueller. Junior varsity SACRED HEART 21, SE SALINE 8 SE Saline 201 000 5 — 814 6 Sacred Heart 202 782 x — 21 27 1 WP — Staton. LP — Willis. 2B — SE: Meyer, Schrader, Llnder; SH: Earley 2, Breaull, Bechard, Jaquay, Staton. 3B — SH: Breault, Bechard. SottbaN High school SACRED HEART 29, SYLVAN 2 Sacred Heart 387 72 - 29 22 1 Sylvan 010 10 - 2 8 4 WP — L'Ecuyer (6-3). LP — Dohl. £B — SH: Brown; S: Kelly. HR — SH: Knlpp, Meares, Allen, Ash. SACRED HEART 19, SYLVAN 7 Sacred Heart 152 131 6-1912 8 Sylvan 000 070 0 - 7 4 10 WP — Ke.Ratclifl (4-1). LP — A.Stecklein. 2B — SH: Meares, Weese, Ke.Ratcllff. HR — SH: Ke.Ratclrrl. CLAY CENTER 11, CONCORDIA 1 Concordla 001 000 — 1 1 2 Clay Center 600 104 — 11 9 4 WP — Hafner. LP — Lagasse. CLAY CENTER 8, MARYSVILLE 0 Marysvllle 000 000 0 — 0 3 0 Clay Center 100 007 x — B 12 3 WP — Erlckson. LP — Nelson. 2B — CC: Frlgon. 3B — Bergsten, Zacharlas. HR — Carpenter. CANTON-GALVA 11, LYONS 4 Lyons 120 010 0 - 4 7 3 Canton-Qalva 004 052 x - 11 10 1 WP-Worden.LP-Suhler. ' CANTON-GALVA 10, LYONS 0 . Lyons 000 00 - 0 3 6 Canton-Qalva 220 42 - 10 7 1 WP —Worden. LP —Folck. Freshmen SALINA SOUTH 7, SE SALINE 2 Sallna South 100 402 0 - 7 B SE Saline 000 101 0 - 2 7 WP — Campbell. LP — Scanlan. SALINA SOUTH 3, SE SALINE 2 Sallna South 001 001 1 - 3 6 SE Saline 000 002 0 - 2 '9 WP — Edwards. LP — Schwarz. General Transactions BASEBALL American League AL—Suspended Chicago White Sox INF-OF Tony Phillips two games for actions leading to his election from an April 21 game. National League CINCINNATI REDS-Placed LHP Joey Elschen on the 15-day disabled list. Activated INF Terry Pendleton from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned OF Eric Owens to Indianapolis of the American Association. Purchased the contract of C Joe Oliver from Indianapolis. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Assigned OF Steve Finley to Rancho Cucamonga ot the California League on a rehabilitation assignment. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Placed IF David Bell on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled C Danny Sheatfer from Louisville of the American Association. FOOTBALL National Football League KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Signed LB Tommy Dorsey, Q Jesus Hernandez and DB Clyde Johnson. , Arena Football League ALBANY FIREBIRDS—Signed OB Jorge Munoz. HOCKEY National Hockey League ST. LOUIS BLUES—Announced the retirement of C Craig MacTavlsh. COLLEGE ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE—Named Lennle Acuff man's basketball coach. AUSTIN PEAY—Announced the resignation of Dr. Kaye Hart, athletic director, effective July 1, to become special assistant to the university president. Named men's basketball coach Dave Loos athletic director. BOISE STATE—Announced the resignation of Bob Campbell, women's golf coach. C.W. POST—Named Susan Cassldy women's volleyball coach. COKER—Named Tim Conley women's tennis coach. FUHMAN—Named Ryan Odom men's assistant basketball coach. JACKSONVILLE-Named Charlie Roman and Matt Malasplna assistant football coaches. METHODIST—Announced athletic director and women's basketball coach Rita Wiggs will step down as women's basketball coach. Promoted women's assistant basketball coach DeeDee Jarman to head coach. OHIO STATE—Signed Beth Bums, women's basketball coach, to a five-year contract. Named Eileen Feeney, Cathy McDonald and Edith Thompson full-time women's assistant basketball coaches, and Tammy Stephens director of basketball operations. TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN-Named Reggie Tredaway baseball coach, effective next season. WESTMONT—Announced the resignation of sports Information director Nathan Barker effective June 1. WHEATON—Named Brian Walmsley men's basketball coach. T COLLEGE GOLF Oklahoma State conquers field in first Big 12 meet Cowboys put together ^strong final round at •io Prairie Dunes to win by 10 ^ By JIM MISUNAS ' ^.'Harris News Service ' HUTCHINSON — As the south wind ,'^.gusted, Prairie Dunes Country Club ^'.j jjiared its teeth. ^' _, Like true champions, Oklahoma State 'responded to the challenge. „ r No. 2-ranked Oklahoma State cap^ r.tured the inaugural Big 12 Golf Champi^ jX>nship Tuesday at Prairie Dunes County .. *.? Club with a vintage team performance. £Y' ( Oklahoma State's final round of 298 Z', ( and 882 total over 54 holes was 10 lfl 'strokes better than runner-up Texas, <. J which finished with a 295 score and 892 „'.; total. "*„'., It was Oklahoma State's fifth straight league title and Prairie Dunes, and 46th conference title in school history. With Oklahoma State medalist Leif Westerberg struggling home, a trio of his teammates outplayed him Tuesday. Brian Guetz contributed a 72 and Edward Loar and Bo VanPelt chipped in 75s on a windswept day. VanPelt played even-par after being 5-over through three holes. "This is probably the best course we play all year, and today was the toughest we've seen all year as far as scoring conditions," Guetz said. "You've got to stay patient and not get frustrated. "This is fun, and a great feeling. We were the last Big Eight champion. Now, we're the first Big 12 champion." Oklahoma State coach Mike Holder captured his sixth league title at Prairie Dunes, which featured hard and fast greens on a day the wind gusted past 30 miles per hour. "I've never seen conditions this tough here," Holder said. "What you learn here, you learn very few places. Prairie Dunes magnifies all the problems associated with golf. The greens are hard and fast with a lot of undulation. The hole locations are difficult and wind is a major factor. "A 75 is a good score out there today. That's a different mindset than these guys are used to having. This will help everyone who played here. We'll all be better off." Westerberg shot 6-over-par 76 for a winning total of 1-over 211 that beat Brad Elder of Texas, who shot 73 for a 213 runner-up finish. Westerberg bogeyed four of his final five holes, but birdied No. 16 to help preserve medalist honors. "It's really big being the first Big 12 champions," Westerberg said. "I knew my teammates would play well today." No. 9-ranked Texas shot a 295 total Tuesday to beat the Cowboys by three strokes, but the Longhorns were not able to overcome a 10-stroke deficit after 18 holes. Counting for Texas for the third consecutive round were Elder (73, 213); Andy Aduddell (73, 221); Dirk Mitchell (75, 228); and Jeff Fahrenbrueh (74, 230). Marcus Jones (85, 246) did not help the Longhorns in any of the three rounds after entering the tournament ranked 36th nationally. Iowa State was never a factor after drawing within one stroke through 36 holes. The Cyclones (316, 901) placed third and Kansas (302, 902) rallied to finish fourth. Oklahoma (299, 904) placed fifth. After getting picked 12th, Kansas State (309, 917) finished seventh. Matt Murdoch (79, 226) placed 14th to lead the Wildcats. SPORTS DIGEST Baseball NEW YORK — Tony Phillips of the Chicago White Sox was suspended for two days by American League president Gene Budig on Tuesday for actions leading to his ejection by umpire John Shulock from an April 21 game. Phillips appealed the suspension, which was scheduled to begin with Wednesday night's game against Texas. He will continue to play until a hearing can be held. Basketball NEW YORK — Offense is not the only part of Michael Jordan's game. Jordan, winner of a record ninth NBA scoring title this season, is the second player in league history to be selected to the All-Defensive first team eight times. Jordan tied Bobby Jones for the honor Tuesday when he was voted to the team by the league's coaches. Joining the Chicago Bulls' All-Star guard on the first team were guard Gary Payton of Seattle, forwards Scottie Pippen of Chicago and Karl Malone of Utah, and center Dikembe Mutombo of Atlanta, the Defensive Player of the Year. Seventy-two well-heeled basketball fans will get to join Michael Jordan on a basketball court. A four-day camp, billed as the Michael Jordan Senior Flight School, carries a $15,000 price tag. A quarter-page advertisement in Tuesday's USA Today announcing the camp said the staff includes such college coaches as John Thompson of Georgetown, Roy Williams of Kansas, Mike Krzyzewski of Duke and Gene Ready of Purdue as well as television analysts Hubie Brown and Al McGuire, along with "special guest" Charles Barkley. Callers to a recorded information line are told only that the first 72 fully paid applications Will be accepted for the Aug. 28-31 camp in Las Vegas and that no calls to the number will be returned. PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Providence University point guard God Shammgod will forgo his final two collegiate seasons to enter the National Basketball Association Draft, WPRO Radio in Providence reports. The school couldn't be reached to comment, and the NBA doesn't release its draft eligible players until its May 11 underclassmen application deadline passes. The 6-foot Shamm- god averaged a Big East Conference-best 6.6 assists last season, when the Friars finished the year 24-12 after losing to eventual national champion Arizona, 96-92, in overtime of the Southeast Regional final. ; NEW YORK — Nancy Darsch, fired last month after 12 years as Ohio State's basketball coach, was hired Tuesday as coach of the New York Liberty of the fledgling WNBA. Golf NEW YORK — Fuzzy Zoeller tried to dispute accounts of his joking exchange with a black' friend about fried chicken and watermelon, but the four reporters on the scene defended the accuracy of their stories Tuesday. Zoeller took issue with reports filed by The Associated Press arid three South Carolina newspapers following a conversation Monday between Zoeller and businessman Vic McBryde at the Thornblade Classic, a charity pro-am in Greenville. Monday's stories said that after McBryde initiated the conversa^ tion by yelling, "Hey, Fuzzy," from two holes away, Zoeller shouted back a remark about getting McBryde "some fried chicken." The stories said McBryde then told Zoeller not to forget the "corn bread" and that Zoeller replied, "How about some watermelon?" Later Monday night Zoeller was quoted by CNN-SI reporter Nick Charles as saying "the AP account was not entirely accurate." Asked on Tuesday to clarify, Zoeller gave this account to the AP: "He (McBryde) was on another fairway and yelled: 'Hey Fuzzy, we're having lunch later — fried chicken, collard greens and corn bread. You want to join us?' "I yelled back: 'Don't forget the watermelon.' That was all I said," Zoeller said. "I'm not the one who said the first lines. I didn't.say that stuff, but I'm getting killed for it." However, the reporters on the scene stood by their stories. Horse racing LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Trainer D. Wayne Lukas could have an entry in the Kentucky Derby after all. A Churchill Downs official said Tuesday that owner Michael Tabor told the track he intends to run the Lukas-trained Deeds Not Words in the Derby. With the deadline for entries one day away, it had appeared Lukas would be without a Derby entry for the first time since 1980. But that might have changed Tuesday. Swimming LAUSANNE, Switzerland — Four Chinese swimmers — none world-ranked — have been banned from competition for two years after failing drug tests in January 1996 during their national championships. Three women — Yu Ran, Pu Shi and Chen Jialin — tested positive for an anabolic steroid. The man, Lu Qiang, had an unacceptably high ratio of testosterone to epitestos- terone. Testosterone is considered a steroid and helps build muscle mass. Abnormal levels of the hormone are measured in relation to epitestos- terone. Tennis DULUTH, Ga. — Qualifier Steve Campbell fought back from a disastrous first set to stun third-seeded Jim Courier 2-6, 6-4, 6-3 in first-rpund action of the $328,000 AT&T Challenge on Tuesday. Campbell, a 26-year-old ranked 236th in the world, was completely outplayed at the start, losing the first five games before finally winning two consecutive games. The first set ended quickly when Courier broke Campbell yet again in the eighth game. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps Heartland Park Topeka ticket office Kansas City Chiefs ticket office Kansas City Royals ticket office Kansas State University ticket office Kansas Wlldllle & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) Sallna Parks & Recreation office ' Sallna Parks & Recreation Information KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1150-AM) The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) The Woodlands (K.C.) 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