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US? THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 11:30 «.m. — Atlanta nt Cincinnati, WTBS, cablets. 6 p.m. — Oakland al Cleveland. FSN, cable 55. VOLLEYBALL 11:30 p.m. — NCAA Men's Championship, ESPN2, cable 39. RADIO BASEBALL 7:05 p.m. — Toronto at Kansas City, KSAL, 1150-AM. 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 Anaheim 3, Phoenix 0, Anaheim wins series 43 CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Times TBA Friday's games NY Rangers at New Jersey Edmonton at Colorado Anaheim at Detroit Baseball Standings All Times CDT By Trie Associated Press East Division Baltimore Boston New York Toronto Detroit W 16 13 14 11 11 Pel GB Central Division Milwaukee Cleveland Kansas City Minnesota Chicago W 12 12 11 11 8 West Division Seattle Texas Anaheim Oakland W 16 14 12 13 .520 .519 .478 .407 Pet .622 .460 .476 .423 .320 Pet .593 .563 .500 .500 4 4 5 7 GB 1 1 2'A 5 GB Tuesday's Games , Anaheim 5, Boston 4 Cleveland 10, Oakland 4 Milwaukee 2, Detroit 1 Seattle 7, N.Y. Yankees 5 Kansas City 6, Toronto 5, 10 Innings Chicago White Sox 2, Texas 1 Baltimore 6, Minnesota 4 Wednesday's Games • Detroit 8, Milwaukee 4 Boston 11, Anaheim 2 'N.Y. Yankees 3, Seattle 2 , Toronto 1, Kansas City 0 •Oakland 11, Cleveland 9 • Baltimore 12, Minnesota 3 Texas 6, Chicago White Sox. 2, 6 Innings, rain Thursday'* Gamee Anaheim (Fintey 1-0) at Boston (Gordon 1-3), 5:05 p.m. Oakland (Adams 1-2) at Cleveland (J.McDow- ell 1-2), 6:05 p.m. Toronto (Williams 0-1) at Kansas City (Rosado 1-0), 7:05 p.m. Baltimore (Erickson 3-1) at Minnesota (Aldred 1-1), 7:05 p.m. Only games scheduled Atlanta Florida Montreal New York Philadelphia NATIONAL LEAOUIE Eaet Division W L 19 6 15 12 12 6 10 12 14 16 Pet .760 .600 .500 .462 .333 Central Division Houston Pittsburgh St Louis Cincinnati Chicago W 15 12 11 7 6 Pet .577 .480 .440 .280 .240 West Division W 17 17 13 Pet .708 .708 .542 .375 GB 4 6% TA \0<A GB 2'A 3'A TA 8'A GB San Francisco Colorado Los Angeles San Diego Tuesday's Games Houston 3, Colorado 1 Chicago Cubs 14, Montreal 8 Florida 2, San Diego 1 Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 2 N.Y. Mets 3, Cincinnati 1 Los Angeles 6, Atlanta 2 St. Louis 9, San Francisco 7 Wednesday's Games San Francisco 6, Pittsburgh 1 Atlanta 12, Cincinnati 3 Los Angeles 7, Philadelphia 5 Montreal 8, Houston 6 N.Y. Mets 6, San Diego 2 St. Louise, Florida 2 Colorado 11, Chicago Cubs 5 Thursday's Games ' Atlanta (Smoltz 2-3) at Cincinnati (Buiba 3-2), 11:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Astado 1-3) at Philadelphia (Schilling 3-2), 12:05 p.m. San Francisco (Estes 4-0) at Pittsburgh (Cooke 1-3), 12:35 p.m. Houston (Holt 2-2) al Montreal (P.Martinez 30), 12:35 p.m. Florida (A.Femandez 3-2) at St. Louis (Morris 0-1), 12:35 p.m. San Diego (Ashby 1-1) at N.Y. Mets (Mlicki 02), 12:40 p.m. Chicago Cubs (F.Caslilio 2-3) at Colorado (Swift 2-1), 2:05 p.m. American League BLUE JAYS 1, ROYALS 0 TORONTO KANSAS CITY abrhbl Nixon cf 4010 AGnzlzss 3000 Mercedrl 4010 Carter 1b 4000 Sprgue3b 4010 CDkjdodh 4111 Snttajoc 3010 SGreenlf 3000 CGrcIa 2b 3000 32 1 S 1 sbrhbl 4010 3010 2000 3010 0000 4000 3000 3000 3000 3010 21040 010 000 000—1 000 000 000-0 Otfmn2b TGdwincf JBellss Klngtb Roberto pr CDavlsdh VideUorf Pquette 3b Mcfrlnec Damon H Totals LWAUKEE Totals Toronto Kansss City E—Paquette (6). LOB—Toronto 6, Kansa City 5. 2B—Nixon (1), Sprague (13). HR— CDelgado (5). SB—TGoodwin (8). CS— TGoodwin (3), S—AGonzatez, JBell. IP H RER BB SO Toronto Clemens W.4-0 Pie sac Timlin Spdtarfc S,1 Kansas City Appier L.3-1 2-3 1-3 1 1 1 Umpires—Home, DenWnger; First, Shuloc ' Second, Reed; Third, Tschida. !T-2:38. A—13,004(40,626). ! ANAHEIM RED SOX 11, ANGELS 2 BOSTON -.AJceaZb 'Bdmndct Hofcslb Leyriudh Salmon rf (Undent! GAnastt 'Fbrgtsc 'DlScniu Qrtiecku To«a!s Anaheim abrhbl 3010 4011 3020 1000 3000 3100 4010 4121 4000 2000 1000 12272 Grcprrss Crdero H Mack If MVghii 1b Stanley 1b Jffnwfldn Wiring* O'Lryrt Frye2b Hslmanc Bragg cf Totals 000 010 001104 222 (Xta-1 E—Hoina (6). OP—Anaheim 1, Boston LOB—Anaheim 6, Boston 4,28—Garciapana (7), Cwdeto (6), Nashring (8), O'Leary ( HR-Garclaparra (5), Brags W- SF—Frye abrhbl 443 4 2 1 000 423 1 0 0 4 1 2 3 1 1 4 0 1 300 3 0 1 4 1 I 3411131 Anaheim Mctoon L.4-1 DaMay Haiegawa I H HER SB S( 8731 6442 0000 Boston ammondW.1-0 5 51123 arces 1 00001 licok 1 00000 sheltran 10000 1 ocutnb t 21111 Umpires—Home, McKean; First, Hendry; Sec- d, Hirschbeck; Third, O'Nora. T—2:36. A—20,322 (33,925). TIGERS B, BREWERS 4 DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl reltass 5021 BLHntrcf 5230 rilto 3b 4000 Easley ss 3210 teson dh 4000 DCruz ss 1000 halb 4121 FrymnSb 3001 eskerf 4120 ToClrti 1b 2212 tatek) If 4111 Nevln dh 2100 iWms d 3110 Nieves rf 4123 az 2b 3011 Tramll If 2000 mte ph 1000 Hggnsn II 2011 heny c 2000 Csnova c 4010 vis c 2010 BJhnsn c 0000 JoReed 2b 1001 tall 36 410 4 Totals 29 8 9 B Iwaukee 020 001 001—4 Mrolt 104 021 OOx—8 E—Mieske (1). DP—Milwaukee 2, Detroit 1. OB—Milwaukee 7, Detroit 6. 2B—Mieske (3), ewfield (6), Diaz (2), BLHunter (5), Nieves (6). •ToClark (1). HR-^Jaha (6). SB—GeWil- ms (3). CS-^JoReed (1). SF—ToClark. IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee artL,0-5 4 67763 ney 331100 Hone 1 00000 Detroit uThsnW,2-2 6 53326 ager 2 30000 oJones 1 21100 Umpires—Home, Kosc; First, Clark; Second, orrison; Third, Bamett. T—2:41. A—12.888 (52,416). ATHLETICS 11, INDIANS 9 10 Innings AKLAND CLEVELAND abrhbl sbrhbl shore cf 6120 Vizquel ss 5110 Iambi II 4111 TFmdz 2b 6221 nYngcf 1000 Thome 1b 4000 nseco rf 4112 MaWm 3b 6023 r 1b 6333 Justice ft 3221 ierroa dh 4121 Rmlrez rt 4122 plezio 2b 5110 Curtis cf 0000 roslusSb 5121 Seltzerph 1000 nilgai ss 5121 Mtchell If 1000 aynec 4111 JuFrcodh 4220 Giles d 4020 SAImrc 5121 otals 44111510 Totals 43 916 B )sklsnd 005 001 010 4—11 levelsnd 110 103 001 2— 9 E—McGwire (3), Spiezio (2), Justice (1), Mitchell (1). DP—Oakland 4, Cleveland 2. OB—Oakland 8, Cleveland 12. 2B—Spiezio 0), Boumigal (2), TFemandez (4), MaWilllams 1), Ramirez (8). 3B—Vizquel (3). HR— anseco (5), McGwire 2(11), Berroa (6), Justice 7), Ramirez (5). SF—Canseco. IP H RER BB Osklsnd elgheder Small aylorW.M ere room 'engert S,1 Cleveland ershlser line lunk esa UO-2 Lopez 51-3 2 12-3 2-3 0 1-3 6 1 2 1/3 2-3 SO 2 2 0 0 0 0 Umpires—Home, Merrill; First, Scott; Second, Barrett; Third, Roe. T—4:09. A—40,463 (42,400). RANGERS 6, WHITE SOX 2 6 Innings, rain TEXAS CHICAGO abrhbi abrhbl McLmr2b 3000 Phillips3b 3111 Bufordd 3110 Dmam2b 3020 reerlf 4110 FThmstb 1000 almerSb 3130 Belle If 3000 WCIartdb 3010 Balnesdh 3010 immsdh 3114 LMoutnri 3000 )vrauxrf 3110 DaMtnzcf 3010 Mrcdc 3000 Krkvcec 2100 Gil ss 3112 NMartn ss 2010 otals 26 6 9 6 Totals 23 2 6 1 exas 400 002 0—6 Chicago 002 000 »—2 lo outs when winning run scored. E—Phillips (2), NMartln (1). DP-Chicago 1. OB—Texas 8, Chicago 6. 2B-Palmer (4). R—Simms (3), Gil (1). SB—Buford (9), Phillips 3), Durham (7). CS—Durham (4). IP H RER BB SO Texaa Hill 11-31 0 0 0 3 Hernandez. 22-3 3 2 1 1 2 VMW.5-0 2 20010 Chicago lvarezL,1-4 2 34021 Castillo 2 10011 Darwin 2 32110 evine 0 20000 Umpires—Home, Coble; First, McClelland; econd, Culbreth; Third, Cederstrom. T—2:30. A—14,034 (44,321). ORIOLES 12, TWINS 3 ALTIUORE MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl yAdsn dh 6123 Kntjlch 2b 3000 UImr2b 4001 Becker d 4011 Rboulet2b 1011 Clbmn 1b 4000 iPmro tb 6111 Lawton If 4000 :Rlpkn 3b 6010 Stnbch c 3000 urhoff If 5241 Brede ri 3100 ncvglart 4232 RKellydh 3112 rascod 5221 GMyrsph 1010 Holies c 4120 TWalkr 3b 3110 tadick ss 3332 Meares ss 3010 otals 44121112 Totals 31 3 9 3 Baltimore 030 001 116—12 Ulnnssots 020 010 000- 3 E—Colbrunn 2 (5). DP—Baltimore 1. LOB— Baltimore 10, Minnesota 6. 2B—Bordlck (3). 3B—ByAnderson (2). HR—Surholf (1), Incav- glla (2), RKelly (1). SB—TWalker (3), Meares 3). CS-ByAndereon (3). S-Bordlck. SF— (Alomar, Incaviglla. IP H RER BB SO Bsltlmors KmncklW,2-0 61-3 4 3 3 4 5 ABenitezS,2 22-3 1 0 0 0 4 Minnesota Tewksbury L.1-4 6 12 5 5 1 4 Naulty 12-31 1 1 00 Guardado 1-30 0 0 0 0 Olson 1 66610 Umpires—Home, Meriwether; First, Evans; Second, McCoy; Third, Craft. T—3:10. A—12,686 (55,863). YANKEES 3, MARINERS 2 SEATTLE NEW YORK abrhbl 3001 4000 4010 4010 4131 4000 3120 1000 4000 3010 342(2 Amarallf ARdrgzss GrfyJrd EMrtnz dh Buhner ri Btwersfb DaWlsn c Snento ph RDavis 3b Espnza2b TotaU Seattle New York E—RDavis ( abrhbl 4111 3010 4110 4121 3000 3010 2010 3000 0000 4010 303 6 2 000 010 001—2 100 001 01»—3 I, DeMartlnez (2). DP—Seattl Raines H BoggsSb BeWmsd TMrtnzlb O'Neill ri Fielder dh Jeter ss Duncan 2b Sojo2b Glraidi c Totals 3. LOB—Seattle 6, New York 9. 2B—DaWilso (8), Espinoza (1). HR—Buhner (4), Raines (1 TMartinez (9). SB-Jeter (5). SF—Amaral. Seettlt DeMtnzL,1-2 McCarthy SSanders New York DWells W.2-1 Nelson MRivera S,8 IP H RER BB SO 1-3 2-3 72-3 1-3 1 Umpires—Home, Young; First, Garcia; Sec ond, Ford; Third, Reilly. T—3:09. A—25,708 (57,545). National League GIANTS 6, SAN FRAN abrhbl Bonaidd Vzcalnoss GHill it Bonds If Kent2b Snowlb Mueller 3b RWItasc Grdnerp 4130 4000 4330 3111 3114 3001 4010 4000 4000 Totals 33 6 S 6 SenFrsnclsco Pittsburgh PIRATES 1 PITTSBURGH abrhb 4 1 t 400 400 30 I 000 300 30 1 300 300 1 00 1 00 1 00 30 t 3 401 000 010-6 000 100 000- I Wrnack2b Alnswrid AMartnlf MaJhsnfb KYng1b Elder u Kendall c JQIIenrf Randa3b Lleberp MCings ph Sveum ph Totals Today's schedule THURSDAY, MAY 1 BASEBALL Pratt at Brown Mackle, 3 p.m. GOLF Sacred Heart Invitational at Saline Municipal G.C., 3 p.m. SOFTBALL Brown Mackle at Butler County, 1 p.m. Manhattan at Sallna Central, 4:30 p.m. Florida Loiter L.3-2 41-3 7 6 6 3 9 Heredla 2-300010 elling 2 00002 utton 1 10000 St. Louis IBenesW,3-2 62-3 8 2 2 5 9 ossas 1-300000 JMathews 2 10001 Umpires—Home, Rleker; First, Wondelsteut, second, Kellogg; Third, Ponclno. T—3:00. A—22,743 (49,676). p—pittsburgh 1. LOB—San Francisco 3, ttsburgh 2. 2B—GHill 2 (9), Mueller (5), endall (7). HR—Kent (5). SB-Womack (8). S—Kent (1). SF—Snow. IP Sen Francisco ardner W.2-1 Pittsburgh eberL,1-2 eters alnhouse H RER BB SO 31 1 0 11 Umpires—Home, Gorman; First, Bonln; Sec- md, Davidson; Third, Pulli. T—2:00. A—10.073 (47,972). CARDINALS 6, MARLINS 2 LORIDA Islillo 2b utton p nteria ss hffield rf onllla 3b oucl oydlt onlne 1b snrlch 1b Jhnsn c .eiter p Hrdiap nglosl ph «*ott2b otalt orldi t. Louis abrhbl 5010 0000 5010 4100 4111 3021 3020 1000 4010 3010 1000 0000 1000 1000 35 2 9 2 ST. LOUIS Clayton ss Ganl II McGee cf BJordnrl DYnglb TJMhvp Shaffer 3b Dilol'm c DeShld 2b AlBens p Fossas p Mabiy 1b abrhbl 4211 3100 4112 4122 4020 0000 3000 2001 3110 3000 0000 1010 31 I Totals 000 020 000—2 100 050 00»-« DP—St. Louis t. LOB-Florlda 11, St. Louis 2B-Bonilla (5), Abu (5), CJohnson (5), Clayn (9), Mabty (4). 3B—McGee (2), DeShlelds ). SB—LCastillo (11), Clayton (7). SF—Dife- ce. IP H RER BB SO BRAVES 12, REDS 3 TLANTA CINCINNATI sbrhbl 6110 DSndrsd 6355 5120 5235 4000 5010 5110 0000 3220 1110 3000 1110 1000 ottonct uckerlf hJnesSb McGrfMb Uonesif Lopezc emke 2b irflnno2b lauser ss Jlllardss HMoris 1b Larkinss Sierra rf Bonesp EduPrzIf WGme II Pndllon 3b Boone2b Frdycec Mrckerp CGdwIn ph LHrrisrl Totals sbrhbl 5130 4000 3110 4010 0000 3022 1000 4110 4000 4010 1011 Lckhrtph 1110 CGdwInph 1000 Mrdcal ph 1000 LHrns rf 1000 otals 45121710 Totals 353103 Atlanta 001 032 132—12 Cincinnati 200 100 000— 3 E—DSanders (1), HMorris (1), Bones (1). ip—Cincinnati 1. LOB—Atlanta 10, Cincinnati . 2B—Pendleton (1). HR—Tucker (2), McGritf (4). SB-OSanders (19), Larkin (7). S-HMor- s, Mercker. IP H HER BB SO Atlanta NeagleW.4-0 7 93315 Bielecki 1 00000 Embree 1 10000 Cincinnati Mercker L, 1-3 5 96626 Remlinger 1 10000 Belinda 11-33 3 3 0 0 Carrasco 2-321111 Bones 1 22000 Umpires—Home, Vanoven First, Bell; Sec- nd, Crawford; Third, Hallion. T—2:41. A—18,278(52,952). DODGERS 7, PHILLIES S OS ANGELES PHILA sbrhbl 4130 5122 5012 0000 5001 5110 4110 4122 4130 2000 0100 0000 38 713 7 utlercf agness lazzac rincec <arros1b AidesI rf Indsw If elleSb VGrero 2b omop rianoph ndiottip otals Jfferieslf Mmdni 2b Brogna 1b Daulton rf Ubrthalc Rolen 3b Mageecf Stacker ss MLeltr p Sefcik ph Sprdlin p Amaro ph Totals ebrhbl 5021 4021 5010 4000 4111 3211 4121 2010 2000 1000 0000 1110 35 511 5 osAngsles 030 001 003-7 Phllsdelphls 020 100 002—5 DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB—Los Angeles 7, hiladelphia 7. 2B—Piazza (3), WGuerrero 2 3), Morandini (3). HR—Lieberthal (7), Rolen 1). SB—Mondesi (5), Hollandsworth (2), Morandini (7), Rolen (3). CS—Jefferies (1), Magee (4). S—Nomo. IP H RER BB SO Los Angslss MomoW,3-2 61-3 6 3 3 3 8 Radinsky 11-31 0 0 0 0 Hall 1-300001 Candlotti 2-332200 oWorrellS,? 1-31 0000 Philadelphia MLeiter i.,3-2 7 10 4 4 1 5 RHanls 11-30 1 1 1 0 'lantenberg 0 11100 Spradlln 2-321100 Umpires—Home, Dreckman; First, Danley; Second, Layne; Third, Winters. T—3:25. A—15,672 (62,586). EXPOS 8, ASTROS 6 HOUSTON MONTREAL abrhbl 4221 3112 2011 5011 4010 0000 4000 4110 4020 3100 2110 2010 37611 5 Grdzln ss Using 2b RWhlte cf Segui 1b Fltcherc HRdrgzlf LSmithp Urblnap Snlngtorl Andrws3b CPerez p abrhbl 5240 3211 4112 5234 5010 3121 0000 0000 4010 3000 4000 Blgglo 2b JMoutn If LGnziz It Bgwell 1b DeBelld RSprgr p Abreurf Bogar3b Asmusc Ustachss Kllep RMtgmcf Totals 37611 5 Totals 368138 Houston 004 001 001—« Monussl 011 330 00«-« E—Abreu (1), Andrews (6). DP—Montreal 2 LOB—Houston 6, Montreal 11. 2B—Blgglo (7), JMoulon (2), Ausmus (6), RMonlgomery (1; RWhite (4). 38—Bogar (1). HR—Segui (4| SF—HRodrlguez. IP H RER BB SO Houston Kile L,1-2 32-3 9 5 4 4 RGarcia 2-32331 Uma 12-3 1 0 0 0 RSpringer 2 1000 Montreal CPerezW.4-1 6 9540 DVeres 2 0000 LSmith J-3 2 1 1 1 UrblnaS,2 1-30 0 0 0 Umpires—Home. Williams, C.; Firs Hirschbeck, M.; Second, Froemmlng; Third, Rip play. T—2:59. A—12,348(46,500). UET8 6, PADRES 2 SAN DIEGO NEW YORK abrhbl 5012 4020 4000 4010 4110 2100 4010 2010 3000 0000 0000 0000 abrhb 4 1 2 200 222 4 0 1 3 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 300 4 1 2 200 1 00 1 00 Totals 32272 Totals 31 610 SanWego 020 MO 000- NewYork 001 002 03X-6 E—Huskey (7). DP—San Diego 1, New Yo 3. LOB—San Diego 8, Now York 6.2B—Gome (2), Uohnson (4), Baerga (3), Gilkey (4), Huske (5), Alfonzo (4). SB-Ordonez 2 (6). CS— Gilkey (3). SF—Huskey. IP H RER BB SO San Diego QVeras 2b Gomez ss Gwynnrf Cmlnitl 36 GVghn II Leelb Flherty c CrJnes cl Htchckp Kroonp Scott p Slaughl ph Uhnsn cf Alxndr2b Baerga 2b Olerud 1b Gilkey If Hndley c Huskey 31) Alfonzo 3b Ochoarf Oidnez ss BJonesp Everett ph MFrco ph Totals Itchcock L.2-2 71-3 8 4 4 2 6 •oon 022210 colt 2-3000 1 0 New York UonesW,4-2 7 62226 cMichael 1 10002 lorland 1-300020 franco S,6 2-3000 1 0 Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Hernandez; econd, Rapuano; Third, Tata. T—2:59. A—12,429(55,601). WP - Cook (2-1). LP - Smith. 2B - B: Schmelser; KSU: Bell 2, Poepard. 3B - KSU: Bell. HR-KSU:Poepard2(11). KANSAS STATE 22, BETHANY 1 Bethany 000 010 0— 1 30 Kansas State (10)04 062 X —22 17 1 WP - Traylor (4-6). LP - Harding. 2B - B: Emley; KSU: Morton. Schesser. 3B - KSU: Schesser. HR - KSU: Bobler 2 (6). Fereday 2 (8), Morton (1), Schesser (15). FORT HAYS STATE 14, STERLING 1 Sterling 000 001 000 — 1 74 Fort Hays State 290 001 02X — 14 170 WP - Jennings (8-2). LP - Hamilton. 2B - S: jwler; FHSU: Keeler, Valdez, Hensley, cholas. HR — FHSU; Valdez (11). Neher (3), cholas (3). RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games HICAGO ROCKIES 11, CUBS COLORADO abrhbl 5010 4020 5121 5120 3000 0000 0000 2000 4221 3000 0000 4123 2000 1010 38 5 12 5 EcYng 2b Burks cf LWalkr rf Glrrga 1b Bcheltelf McCkncf Casttlla 3b Mnwmc Weiss ss Ritep Dlpolo p cRaecf nston ss aGrctb osarf schncll ndell p Tatis p uston 3b ndbrg2b ansen 3b tti-fld p ervalsc osier p Clark II otals 38 512 5 Totals 3011 011 hlcago 000 000 230— 5 olorado 000 227 00»—11 DP-Chlcago 1, Colorado 1. LOB—Chicago , Colorado 4. 2B—Sosa (5), Manwarlng (3). IR—MaGrace (3), Servals (1), LWalker (11), lalarraga (5), Caslllla (9). SB-McRae (1). F—Burks. sbrhbl 4110 4101 4223 3214 4110 0000 3123 3110 2000 3200 0000 IP H HER BB SO Chicago osterL,2-2 5 67642 Wendell 2-302220 Tatis 11-32 2 2 1 0 Bottenlield 1 00000 Colorado 1itzW,3-3 71-3 8 4 4 3 5 >ipoto 12-3 4 1 1 0 3 osier pitched to 3 batters In the 6th. HBP—by RTatis (LWalker). WP—Wendell. 'B—Servais. Umpires—Home, DeMuth; First, Meals; Sec- wd, Darting; Third, Reliford. T—2:50. A—48,017 (50,200). League leaders By The Associated Preaa AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING—Roberts, Kansas City, .395; SAIo- mar, Cleveland, .387; Justice, Cleveland, .386; ByAnderson, Baltimore, .360; O'Neill, New York, 352; Berroa, Oakland, .350; DaWllson, Seattle, 349. RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle, 25; BeWilllams, New York, 23; Garclaparra, Boston, 22; ARo- Iriguez, Seattle, 22; TMartlnoz, New York, 22; : ryman, Detroit, 22; Jeter, New York, 21; Thome, Cleveland, 21. RBI—TMartinez, New York, 34; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 30; ToClark, Detroit. 27; MaWilllams, Cleveland, 25; McGwire, Oakland, 25; O'Neill, New York, 22; Fryman, Detroit, 21. HITS—ARodriguez, Seattle, 40; Garclaparra, Boston, 38; BeWilllams, New York, 38; TMartinez, New York, 37; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 35; eter, New York, 34; GAnderson, Anaheim, 34; Roberts, Kansas City, 34. DOUBLES—Sprague, Toronto, 13; O'Neill, New York, 12; MaWllliams, Cleveland, 11; Spiezio, Oakland, 10; Lawton, Minnesota, 10; ARodriguez, Seattle, 10; 5 are tied with 9. TRIPLES—Jeter, New York, 3; Vizquel, Cleveland, 3; Durham, Chicago, 2; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 2; CGarcia, Toronto, 2; Fryman, De- roll, 2; Alicea, Anaheim, 2; ByAnderson, Baltimore, 2; DaMartinez, Chicago, 2. HOME RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle, 13; McG- wire, Oakland, 11; TMartinez, New York, 9; 'oClarfc, Detroit, 8; SAIomar, Cleveland, 6; Jus- ice, Cleveland, 7; MaWilllams, Cleveland, 7. STOLEN BASES—BLHunter, Detroit, 11; (noblauch, Minnesota, 11; Buford, Texas, 9; ton, Toronto, 9; Easley, Detroit, 6; TGoodwin, Kansas City, 8; Vizquel, Cleveland, 8. PITCHING (4 Decisions)—Pettltte, New York, 5-0, 1.000, 2.32; Fassero, Seattle, 4-0, 1.000, 2.85; Witt, Texas, 5-0, 1.000, 2.30; Key, Baltimore, 4-0, 1.000, 2.48; Clemens, Toronto, 4-0, .000,1.72; Dlckson, Anaheim, 4-1, .800, 3.18; Nagy, Cleveland, 4-1, .800,4.99. STRIKEOUTS—Cone, New York, 49; Appier, Kansas City, 39; RaJohnson, Seattle, 39; Alvarez, Chicago, 34; Navarro, Chicago, 34; Fassero, Seattle, 30; Nagy, Cleveland, 30. SAVES—RaMyers, Baltimore, 10; MRIvera, New York, 8; Chariton, Seattle, 7; Wetteland, "exas, 6; Taylor, Oakland, 5; DoJones, Mllwau- ;ee, 5; Plchardo, Kansas City, 4; BHenry, Boston, 4; Agullera, Minnesota, 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—LWalker, Colorado, .453; Tucker, itlanta, .418; Blauser, Atlanta, .405; Lofton, At- anta, .395; DSanders, Cincinnati, .383; Gwynn, San Diego, .367; Butler, Los Angeles, .360. HUNS—LWalker, Colorado, 27; Lofton, At- anta, 26; Bigglo, Houston, 20; Uohnson, New York, 20; Allensworth, Pittsburgh, 19; Castilla, Colorado, 19; Olerud, New York, 19; Galarraga, Colorado, 19. RBI—Alou, Florida, 29; Kent, San Francisco, 26; Bagwell, Houston, 26; LWalker, Colorado, 26; Castilla, Colorado, 22; Bichette, Colorado, 22; Gwynn, San Diego, 21. HITS—Lofton, Atlanta, 45; DSanders, Cincinnati, 41; LWalker, Colorado, 39; Olerud, New York, 36; Gwynn, San Diego, 36; EcYoung, Colorado, 35; Grudzielanek, Montreal, 33; Tucker, Atlanta, 33; Bagwell, Houston, 33. DOUBLES—Grudzielanek, Montreal, 12; HRodrlguez, Montreal, 11; Olerud, New York, 11; Kent, San Francisco, 10; GHill, San Francisco, 9; 6 are tied with 8. TRIPLES—DSanders, Cincinnati, 4; WGuer- rero, Los Angeles, 3; Womack, Pittsburgh, 3; 11 are lied with 2. HOME RUNS—LWalker, Colorado, 10; Castll- la, Colorado, 8; Alou, Florida, 8; Lieberthal Philadelphia, 7; Bagwell, Houston, 7; Mondesi Los Angeles, 6; JLopez, Atlanta, 6; HRodriguez Montreal, 6; Hundley, New Yoric, 6; Burks, Col orado, 6. STOLEN BASES—DSanders, Cincinnati, 19 Lofton, Atlanta, 11; LCastillo, Florida, 10; Worn ack, Pittsburgh, 8; McCracken, Colorado, 7 Morandini, Philadelphia, 7; LWalker, Colorado 7; Lartdn, Cincinnati, 7. PITCHING (4 DecislonsH-Esles, San Fran Cisco, 4-0, 1.000, 2.26; Neagle, Atlanta, 4-0 1.000, 4.15; Glavine, Atlanta, 4-0, 1.000, 1.64 CPerez, Montreal, 4-1, .800,3.51; 8 are tied with 750. STRIKEOUTS—Nomo, Los Angeles, 42 Schilling, Philadelphia, 40; Reynolds, Houston 39; Gardner, San Francisco, 36; Smoltz, Atlanta 34; KJBrown, Florida, 34; AlBenes, SI. Louis 33. SAVES—Beck, San Francisco, 11; Nen, Flori da, 7; ToWorrell, Los Angeles, 7; Erteks, Pitts burgh, 6; Wohlers, Atlanta, 6; BRutfin, Colorado 6; JoFranco, New York, 6. Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games x-Texas Tech x-Oklahoma State x-Oklahoma x-Texas A&M x-Baylor Missouri Kansas Texas Kansas Slate Nebraska Iowa State W 22 19 16 17 16 12 12 10 7 5 4 W 42 38 32 36 29 23 29 27 26 23 19 x-Cllnched conference tournament berth. College SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE S, WICHITA STATE 2 SWMIssouri State 0120110 — 510 Wichita State 110 000 0 — 2 3 WP - Garola (7-3). LP - Thomas (7-1). 2B SWM: Jackson. HR — SWM: Jackson (3). Hal (7); Buikhart (15); WSU: Sorensen (6). WICHITA STATE 3, SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE 1 SW Missouri Stale 000 000 100 — 1 6 Wichita State 200 010 OOX- 3 6C WP - Robertson (3-0). LP - Tlgnor (1-5). S Bluma(10).2B-WSU:Ryan. KANSAS STATE 11, BETHANY 1 Bethany 000 010 0— 1 1 i Kansas State 420 410 X —11 13 esa State outhem Colorado ort Hays Slate ebraska-Keamey ew Mexico Highlands elro State egls olorado Mines Jenver Not eligible for RMAC or NCAA II champl- nshlp KCAC standings KANSAS CONFERENCE Jttawa 12 6 •lends 10 6 ansas Wesleyan 12 8 ethany 9 7 terilng 6 10 abor 4 14 Remaining games Ottawa — Home: 2 (vs. Sterling); Away: none. Kansss Wssleysn — None. Botheny — Home: 4 (vs. Friends, vs. Ster- ng); Away: none. Friends — Home: 2 (vs. Tabor); Away: 2 (at ethany). Juco linescores CLOUD COUNTY 13 BROWN MACKIE 0 loud County 0(11)200-1311 0 rownMackle 00000- 0 2 5 WP — McLln. LP — Bodkin (0-6). 2B — CC: aston, Boyles. 3B — CC: Boyles. CLOUD COUNTY 7 BROWN MACKIE 2 loud County 001 204 0 - 7 10 1 rown Mackle 110 000 0 - 2 7 3 WP — Power. LP - Brack (0-8). 2B - CC: oiler, Johnson 2; BM: Powell. HR — CC: Gas- MI. Freshmen Tuesday's gamee JUNCTION CITY B, SALINA SOUTH 7 alina South 400 100 2 - 7 14 6 unction City 320 300 x - 8 11 1 WP-Shepard. LP-Vinduska. 2B-SS: McClaln, embleton. SALINA SOUTH 13 JUNCTION CITY 0 allna South 233 23 - 13 11 1 unction City 000 00 - 0 3 3 WP-Pembleton. LP-Hlcks. 2B-SS: Pemble- on 2, Hertzenberg, McClaln. 3B-SS: Pemble- on. Basketball NBA playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CDT FIRST ROUND (Beat-ol-5) Monday, April 28 New York 104, Charlotte 95, New York wins eries 3-0 Utah 104, LA. Clippers 92, Utah wins series 3- Tuesday, April 29 Orlando 66, Miami 75, Miami leads series 2-1 Detroit 99, Atlanta 91, Detroit leads serles'2-1 Houston 125, Minnesota 120, Houston wins eries 3-0 Phoenix 110, Seattle 103, Phoenix leads se- ies 2-1 Wednesday, April 30 Chicago 96, Washington 95, Chicago wins sales 3-0 Portland vs. L.A. Lakers, Los Angeles leads, 2-0. Thursday, May 1 Miami at Orlando, 8 p.m. Seattle al Phoenix, 10:30 p.m. Friday, May 2 Atlanta at Detroit, 7 p.m. LA. Lakers at Portland, 9:30 p.m. Saturday, May 3 » Phoenix at Seattle, 2:30 p.m., II necessary Sunday, May 4 Detroit at Atlanta, TBD, if necessary Orlando at Miami, TBD, If necessary Portland at L.A. Lakers, TBD, if necessary NBA boxscores BULLS 96, BULLETS 95 CHICAGO (96) Plppen 6-18 2-3 20, Rodman 6-6 2-314, Longley 2-4 0-1 4, Jordan 14-24 0-0 26, Harper 1-5 2-2 5, Brown 0-3 0-0 0, Kukoc 4-7 6-6 16, Kerr 3-6 0-0 7, B.WIIIIams 1-3 M 2, Caffey 0-1 OK) 0. Totals 39-79 12-15 96. WASHINGTON (95) Howard 7-15 3-3 17, Webber 6-10 2-2 16, Muresan 0-2 2-2 2, Cheaney 3-6 2-4 8, Strtck- and 9-18 5-7 24, Jackson 0-0 0-0 0, Murray 811 2-2 20, Grant M 0-0 0, Legter CM) 0-0 0, Whitney 2-3 0-0 6. Totals 37-67 16-20 95. Chicago 22 26 22 26—96 Washington 23 23 24 25-96 3-Polnt goals—Chicago 6-21 (Kukoc 2-4, Pippen 2-7, Kerr 1-2, Harper 1-3, Jordan 0-5), Washington 5-9 (Murray 2-3, Whitney 2-3, Strickland 1-1, Webber 0-2). Fouled out—Webber. Rebounds—Chicago 40 (Rodman 10), Washington 37 (Webber B). Assists—Chicago 12 (Jordan 6), Washington 16 (Strickland 9). Total fouls—Chicago 25, Washington 26. Techni- cals—Rodman, Longley. A—18,756 (16,756). Tuesday's games ROCKETS 125, WOLVES 120 HOUSTON (125) Elie 6-8 5-721, Berkley 5-9 9-11 20, Olajuwon 9-151-219, Drexler 6-11 4-517, Maloney 9-11 2-3 26, Willis 2-6 1-2 5, Johnson 5-9 0-0 12, Thread 2-4 0-0 5. Toys 44-73 22-30 125. MINNESOTA (120) Garnet! 7-16 3-3 17, Gugllotta 10-19 4-6 27, Garrett 11-17 4-5 26, West 5-8 6-6 16, Marbury 6-21 2-2 14, Porter 0-2 0-0 0, Robinson 4-7 0-0 11, Mitchell 4-61-1 9. Totals 47-96 20-23 120. Houston 32 27 32 34-125 Minnesota 28 30 32 29—120 3-Poinl goals—Houston 15-28 (Maloney 6-6, Elle 4-5, Johnson 2-6, Barfcley 1-2, Threat! 1-3, Diexler 1-4), Minnesota 6-15 (Gugliotta 3-4, Robinson 3-6, Porter 0-1, Marbury 0-4). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Houston 42 (Olajuwon 11), Minnesota 47 (Garrett 15). Assists—Houston 33 (Diexler 9), Minnesota 30 (Maitury 13). Total fouls—Houston 20, Minnesota 20. Techni- cals—Drexler, Houston Illegal defense 3, Minnesota illegal defense. A—19,006 (19,006). SUNS 110, SONICS 103 SEATTLE (103) Schrempl 3-10 2-2 8, Kemp 7-15 10-11 24, Cummings 4-8 2-2 10, Hawkins 5-15 1-1 14, Payton 12-24 2-4 34, Graham 1-10-02, Perkins 1-51-2 3, Wlngate 2-5 3-4 6. Totals 35-83 21 -26 103. PHOENIX (110) Chapman 6-14 3-6 23, Tisdale 2-4 0-0 4, Williams 4-4 0-0 6, KJohnson 6-17 10-12 22, Kktt 2-6 2-2 7, Bryant 0-2 04 0, Manning 5-61211, Person 6-14 7-8 29, Ceballoa 2-9 2-2 6, Nash 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 37-79 25-32110. Seattle 40 22 II 22—103 Phoenix 30 27 26 2»-110 3-Polnt goals—Seattle 12-30 (Payton 6-14, Hawkins 3-7, Wlngate 1-3, Kemp 0-1, Perkins 02, Schrempl 0-3), Phoenix 11-29 (Person 6-10, Chapman 4-6, Kidd 1-2, Ceballos 0-1, Nash 0-1, K.Johnson 0-7). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Seattle 49 (Kemp 11), Phoenix 53 (Person 10). Assists—Seattle 24 (Payton 6), Phoenix 22 (Klckl 10). Total fouls—Seattle 23, Phoenix 18. Technicals—Phoenix coach Alnge. A—19,023 (19,023). frack ft ftoU BOYS Team scores Jewell 116, Osbome 70, Waconda East 64, Lucas-Luray 58, Eastern Heights 42, Lincoln 41, Downs 30, Tlpton 34, Natoma 23. Individual results Jsveltn— 1. Garman, Jewell, 173-9; 2. Boyle, Eastern Heights, 170-0; 3. Ramsey, Jewell, 1575. Shot put — 1. Stevens, Downs, 44-11; 2. Kobbeman, Lincoln, 42-10'A; 3. Boyle, Eastern Heights, 41-4. Dlscin — 1. Fell, Lincoln, 142-7; 2. Stevens, Downs, 135-4; 3. May, Tlpton, 134-2. 110m hurdles — 1. Howland, Jewell, 17.93; 2. Williams, Lincoln, 20.21. Triple Jump — 1. Miner, Eastern Heights, 383«; 2. Taylor, Jewell, 37-7; 3. Musante, Downs, 36-11V.. Long |ump — 1. Union, Waconda East, 1911; 2. Fraemza, Waconda East, 19-4; 3. Moore, Osbome, 18-10%. High jump — 1. Dolton, Lucas-Luray, 6-5; 2. Moore, Osbome, 5-8; 3. Union, Waconda East, 5-8. 400m relay — 1. Jewell, 47.64; 2. Waconda East, 47.95; 3. Osbome, 48.53. 3,200m reliy — 1. Osbome, 9:34.64; 2. Jewell, 9:55.06; 3. Waconda East, 10:22.62. 100m dllh — 1. Ramsey, Jewell, 11.68; 2. Herman, Osbome, 12.03; 3. McPeak, Waconda East. 12.04. 1,600m run — 1. Bretz, Lincoln. 5:05.89; 2. Mettlen, Lincoln, 5:07.13; 3. Qrafl, Tlpton, 6:20.59. 200m dssh — 1. Moore, Osbome, 24.79; 2. Maupln, Naloma, 25.01; 3. Taylor, Jewell, 25.06. 1,600m reliy — 1. Jewell, 3:55.99; 2. Tlpton, 4:01.02. 400m dssh — 1. Maupln, Natoma, 55.21; 2. McPeak, 57.06; 3. Tonne, Tipton, 57.07. 300m hurdles — 1. Musante, Downs, 46.61; 2. Howland, Jewell, 49.16; 3. Duskle, Waconda East, 49.16. SOOm run — 1. Smith, Osbome, 2:17.96; 2. Howell. Lincoln, 2:18.24; 3. Ellert, Jewell, 2:19.70. 3,200m run — I. Bretz, Lincoln, 11:04.43; 2. Mettlen, Lincoln, 11:05.03; 3. McMlllian, Jewell, 12:25.17. GIRLS Team eeorae Osbome 96, Eastern Heights 72, Tlpton 63, Downs 62, Natoma 58, Jewell 54, Waconda East 53, Lucas-Luray 52, Lincoln 41. Individual results Javelin — 1. Hunter, Eastern Heights, 132.1; 2. Corwln, Osbome, 114-4; 3. Conn, Jewell, 101-11. Shot put — 1. Grttlelh, Jewell, 33-10V4; 2. Larson, Uncoln, 31-8; 3. Blase, Lucas-Luray, 30- 7V<. Discus — 1. Grtffeth, Jewell, 90-1'/i; 2. Hadley, Osbome, 89-6; 3. Robinson, Eastern Heights, 87-6 'A. 100m hurdles — 1. Berkley, Downs, 16.81; 2. Corwln, Osbome, 17.36; 3. Urban, Lucas-Luray, 16.7. Long lump — 1. Berkley, Downs, 16-1V.; 2. Barrett, Jewell, 15-10W; 3. Hadley, Osbome, 15-714. High |ump — 1. Barrett, Jewell, 5-2; 2. Gasper, Tipton, 4-8; 3. Zachgo, Tlpton, 4-8. Triple lump — 1. Maupln, Natoma, 32-10%; 2. Berkley, Downs, 31 -7 Vi\ 3. Crispin, Uncoln, 28-6'A. 1,«00m run — 1. Shearer, Natoma, 5:42.31; 2. Wlebe, Eastern Heights, 6:04.36; 3. Pedersen, Downs, 6:13.60. 3,200m relay — 1. Uncoln, 11:54.95; 2. East- em Heights, 12:15.72; 3. Downs, 12:19.63. SOOm relsy - 1. Osbome, 1:54.72; 2.. Waconda East, 1:56.27; 3. Lucas-Luray, 2:00.66. 100m dssh—1. Roadhouse, Osbome, 13.23; 2. Berkley, Downs, 13.99; 3. Maupln, Natoma, 14.00. SOOm run — 1. Shearer, Natoma, 2:39.84; 2. Gasper, Tlpton, 2:43.55; 3. Plortmlller, Waconda East, 2:48.23. 3,200m run — 1. Wlebe, Eastern Heights, 13:11.78; 2. Becker, Downs, 13:16.7; 3. Grauer, Downs, 14.04.1. 400m relsy — 1. Waconda East, 55.59; 2. Lucas-Luray, 56.65; 3. Eastern Heights, 57.92, 400m dssh — 1. Roadhouse, Osborne, 1:03.33; 2. Doyte, Tipton, 1:04.38; 3. Gasper, Tipton, 1:04.93. 300m hurdles — 1. Scon, Waconda East, 50.64; 2. Corwln, Osbome, 52.68; 3. Urban, Lucas-Luray, 54.69. 200m dash—1. Roadhouse, Osbome, 27.96; 2. Doyle, Tlpton, 29.19; 3. Waymaster, Lucas- Luray, 29.57. 1,600m relay - 1. Natoma, 4:27.56; 2. Waconda East, 4:37.17; 3. Eastern Heights, 4:44.27. General Letters of intent MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY ATHLETE —Jimmy Keller. SCHOOL-Cloud County CC. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION — Forward. HGT-6-6. STATS —15.1 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 60.4 lg%, 7411%. NOTES — School record holder for career field goal percentage, 61.2; all-Jayhawk Juco Conference. WYOMING ATHLETE —Heather Allen. SCHOOL-Cloud County CC. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION —Guard. HOT-5* STATS - 9.9 ppg, 4.1 apg, 2 spg. NOTES—Made 45 three-point goals In 199697 and honorable mention all-Jayhawk Juco Conference. FORT HAYS STATE ATHLETE—Kami Afbers. SCHOOL —Chapman HS. SPORT-Basketball. POSITION —Center. HOT —6-2. STATS -12.8 ppg, 9.9 rpg, 55 lg%. NOTES — Twice first team all-North Central Kansas League; 1,060 career points and 741 career rebounds. WASHBURN ATHLETE - Justin Stelnbrock. SCHOOL — Clifton-Clyde HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HGT-5-10. STATS — 28.0 ppg; 5.7 apg; 3.7 spg, 50.4 lg%; 78.911%. NOTES — Career high 69 points vs. Blue Valley Randolph; lead Kansas all classes In scoring. TABOR ATHLETE —Joel Dollott. SCHOOL-Minneapolis HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION —Forward. HOT — 6-3. STATS —17 ppg; 7 rpg; 3 apg; 3 spg. NOTES — Twice all-league; member of National Honor Society. Transactions BASEBALL National League ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Placed C Tom Pag- nozzl on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled C Mike Difelice from Louisville. BASKETBALL National Baakettwll Aasoclatlon BOSTON CELTICS—Announced the resignation of M.L. Carr, coach, who will remain as director of basketball operations. INDIANA PACERS—Announced the resignation ol Lany Brown, coach. High school WACONDA EAST INVITATIONAL At Downs College KANSAS CONFERENCE MEET At Hesston Muntel|Ml OoH Court* Final Team Scores Bethany 461-481—942; Southwestern 456490—946; Kansas Wetleyan 488-496—983; Friends 499-531—1.030; Tabor 506-534— 1,040; McPherton 516-530—1,046; Ottawa 540-583—1,123. •1. Terry Peterson, Southwestern, 234; 2. Jay Wyckoft, Southwestern. 234; 3. Conrad Roberts, Bethany, 236; 4. Jon Von OMton, Bethany, 237; 6. Travl* Engle, Bethany, 236; '6. Juan Hooper, Bethany, 240; 7. Ryan Kygar, Southwaitem, 240; 6. Jawn Ingarioll, Bethany, 241; 9. Ktvln Colvin, Southwestern, 242; 10. Jason Ortman, Kansas Wetleyan, 243. •won one-hole playotls. Other W«Mlyan Resulte Monte Brent, 244; Michael Bell, 246; Tony Zlnk, 253; Jon Terpenlng, 254. SPORTS DIGEST Baseball NEW YORK — Jason Isringhausen continued to undergo tests for a third day on Wednesday as the New York Mets remained concerned over the condition of the 24-year-old pitcher. Isringhausen was seeing a number of medical consultants headed by Dr. John Olichney, the Mets internist. The team would not reveal the nature of the tests after initial chest X rays revealed an irregularity. "It's a complicated workup and procedure," team spokesman Jay Horwitz said. "We are not making conclusions and will not comment until the tests are complete." Olichney told the Mets on Tuesday that he expect ed test results within 48 hours. Meanwhile, there were reports that doctors had ordered biopsies of tissue as part of Isringhausen's tests. "It's all speculation," Horwitz said. Basketball PHILADELPHIA— Point guard Allen Iverson, whose first pro season was filled with spectacular plays and a series of controversies, will be named NBA Rookie of the Year, The Associated Press has learned. The Philadelphia 76ers, who have never had a player win the honor, scheduled a noon news conference today to announce "a major postseason award." Iverson, 21, was the leading rookie scorer this year and his average of 23.5 points placed him sixth overall in the NBA. Boxing WASHINGTON — If Mike Tyson did get married again, he's doing a good job keeping it a secret. The Washington Post reported Wednesday that the former heavyweight champion may have recently wed Monica Turner, his longtime girlfriend. The newspaper said it heard from unidentified sources it described as "close to the couple" that Tyson and Turner were married in a small, private ceremony at her Bethesda home several days ago. It said Tyson's co-manager, Rory Holloway, and his Muslim mentor, Muhammed Sid- deeq, refused to comment. The newspaper reported Siddeeq performed the ceremony. Turner, who visited Tyson regularly during his three-year imprisonment in Indiana for rape, is a pediatric resident at Georgetown University Medical Center. She and Tyson are the parents of a 1-year-old daughter. It would be Tyson's second marriage. He and actress Robin Givens divorced after a stormy one-year union in 1989. Football NEW YORK — The National Football League said a record $130 million of Super Bowl merchandise was sold, largely because of the growing national appeal of the Green Bay Packers and resurgence of the New England Patriots. The $130 million surpassed the $100 million record set a year ago when the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Packers' 35-21 win over the Patriots in January solidified their position as the No. 2 in team merchandise sales behind Dallas, the league said. The Patriots, who won the AFC championship four years after posting the worst record in the NFL, broke into the top ten in team merchandise sales. WAYNESBURG, Pa. — The NCAA has stripped . Hartwick College running back A.J. Pittorino of; the Division III single-game rushing record apparently set against Waynesburg College last season. The ruling drops Pittorino's total from 443 yards to 436 yards, still the second-best single-game total in any NCAA division. The decision means the record returns to Marietta College's Dante Browni who rushed for 441 yards against Baldwin-Wallace on Oct. 5,1996. Pittorino originally was credited with 443 yards by Waynesburg statisticians during the Nov. 2 game, but a subsequent review of game tapes revealed several errors. Waynesburg then revised Pittorino's total to 434 yards. Hartwick, after checking its tape, argued Pittorino's total should be 442 yards. Because the schools could not agree, the issue was settled during a lengthy review by director of statistics Jim Wright and two other NCAA officials. It is the first time in Wright's 22 years as director of statistics that the NCAA has been forced to rule on such a dispute. Hockey MONTREAL — Montreal Canadiens head coach Mario Tremblay resigned only four days after the Canadiens lost to the New Jersey Devils in the . first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. And he didn't go quietly. Tremblay, a former Canadiens player who won five Stanley Cups with the team, had angry words for the Montreal media who criticized him heavily during his tenure. "I'm leaving with my integrity," Tremblay said. "And I know some of them (reporters) would like to see me on my knees. That would be nice for them." Tremblay's departure ends a disappointing season for the Canadiens, who had clinched the eighth playoff spot in the east with a 31-36-15 record before losing to the top-seeded Devils in five games. frack DALLAS — As far as Michael Johnson is concerned, he already knows he's the fastest man in the world — and he doesn't need to beat Donovan Bailey to prove it. That's why Johnson, the Olympic gold medalist at 200 and 400 meters, sees his upcoming 150-meter showdown with Bailey, the 100 winner in Atlanta, as merely a chance to give track and field good exposure in a non-Olympic year. "I have absolutely nothing to prove," Johnson said Wednesday at a news conference promoting the June 1 race in Toronto. "Why would I need bragging rights over Donovan Bailey? "I have two gold medals, two world records, Olympic history, I have a 57-race win streak and I haven't lost in the 400 meters since 1989,1 have more sub-20-second 200s than anyone else in the world and I'm better known than any other sprinter in the world at this point." 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