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3, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule AUTO RACING 1 p.m. — IRL Aulo Raring, first practice day lor Indy 500, ESPN2. cable 39. 2:35 p.m. — NASCAR Racing. Craftsman Truck Series. Craftsman 200. WTBS, cable 15. 5 p.m. — NASCAR Aulo Racing, Feattwrtite Southwest Tour. California AAA 200. ESPN cable 38. 6:30 p.m. — NASCAR Aulo Racing, practice for Save Mart Supermarket 300. F.SPN2. cable 39. BASEBALL 3 p.m. — NCAA Baseball. Washington Slate at Washington. FSN. cable 55. 6:05 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Pittsburgh at Atlanta. WTBS. cable 15. BASKETBALL 2 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Phoenix at Seattle, NBC. cable 3, 13. FOOTBALL Noon — World League Football. Scotland at Franklurt, IX. cable 28. 3 p.m. — World League Football. Rhein at Amsterdam. fX, cable 28. GOLF 1:30 p.m. — PGA Golt. Houston Open. ABC, cable 9.10. 3 p.m. - LPGA Golf, Sprint Titleholders Championship, CBS, cable 12. 3:30 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf, Bruno's Memorial Classic, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 7 p.m. — NHL Playoffs. Philadelphia al Buffalo, ESPN, cable 38. HORSE RACING 11 a.m. — Thoroughbred racing, Kentucky Derby Special, pro-Derby races and features, ESPN2, cable 39. 1 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing, Kentucky Derby Special, pre-Derby races and features, ESPN, cable 38. 3:30 p.m. — Thoroughbred racing, Kentucky Derby and Early Times Turf Classic, ABC, cable 9.10. TENNIS Noon — Men's Tennis, AT&T Challenge, FSN, cable 55. 6 p.m. — Men's Tennis. AT&T Challenge, FSN. cable 55. VOLLEYBALL 11:30 p.m. — NCAA Men's Division I Volleyball Championship, ESPN2. cable 39. RADIO BASEBALL 6:40 p.m. — Ma|or League Baseball, NY Yankees at Kansas Crry, KSAL, 1150-AM. FOOTBALL 12:35 p.m. — NCAA Football, Kansas Slate spring game, KSAL, 1150-AM. GENERAL 4:30 p.m. — Gametime. KSAL, 1150-AM. McKio 1-4 0-0 2. Long 02 0-2 0, Ratlffl 2-3 1-2 5, Curry 1-2 0-1 ?. Williams 2-2 0-0 4, Reid 0-0 4-4 4. Totals 29-74 20-27 82. Atlanta 22 24 27 21-94 Detroit 23 15 19 25—82 3-Polnl goals—Atlanta 8-26 (Smith 5-6, James 1-2, Corbin 1-3. Recasner 1-3. Laeltner 0-3. Berry 0-3. Blaylock 0-6). Detroit 4-14 (Dumars 25. Mills 1-3. Hunter 1-5. McKle 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 57 (Laettner, Mutombo 12). Detroit 42 (Mills 10). Assists—Atlanta 19 (Blaylock 9), Delrolt 13 (Hill. Dumars, McKle 3). Total fouls—Atlanta 21. Detroit 19. Technicals—Henderson. A—21.454 (21,454). Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Friday'* results New Jersey 2, NY Rangers 0, New Jersey . leads series 1-0 • Detroit 2, Anaheim t (ol), Detroit leads series 1-0 Colorado 5, Edmonton 1, Colorado leads se< ries 1-0 Saturday's game Philadelphia at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Baseball Wranglers linescore Thursday's game MIDLAND 20, WICHITA 7 Wichita 000 002 203 — 7 82 Midland 504 009 02x — 20 22 2 WP — Schoenweweis (2-1). LP — Morvay (I- 2). HR — W: Mendez; M: Buxbaum, Herrick 2. Big 12 linescores KANSAS STATE 12, KANSAS 7 Kansas Slate 200 040 204—12 17 3 Kansas 302 010 001— 7 11 5 WP—Yanz (5-2). LP—Barrett (2-3). HR-KS: Poepard. Fereday. MISSOURI 8, IOWA STATE 4 Iowa Stale 210 001 000—4 6 4 Missouri 300 023 OOx—8 10 1 WP—Callier (3-2). LP—Seller! (4-7). HR—IS: Vance: M: Seymour. MISSOURI 8, IOWA STATE 5 Iowa State 000010112—5 13 0 Missouri 311 100 Itx—8 13 0 WP—Bell (6-5). LP—Teul (2-6). HR—IS: Uel- man, McDonough; M: Fry, Jaworowski, Schwieder. State college NATIONAL SMALL COLLEGE WORLD SERIES At Parkersburg, W.Va. KANSAS WESLEYAN 7 OHIO VALLEY, W.VA. 6 . Ohio Valley 032 000 10 — 6 6 3 ,. Kansas Wesleyan 000 005 11 — 7 5 2 WP — Edmonds (5-5). LP — Croasman. 2B — KW: Lamkin. Atwood. HR — 0V: Sommers. Thursday'* game KANSAS WESLEYAN 17 NATIONAL CHRISTIAN, TEXAS 5 Kansas Wesleyan 046 010 6—1715 2 National Christian 010 030 1 — 5 7 4 WP — Holmes (6-5). LP — Lopez (5-4). 2B — KW: Valdivia 2, McGroorn, Atwood; NCU: Sam- prum, Reyes. HR — NCU: Blair. High school SYLVAN S, SACRED HEART 0 Sylvan 1000400—5 81 Sacred Heart 000 000 0 — 0 32 WP — J.Keller. LP — Neuman (0-1). 28 — S: Wiese; SH: Bonilla. SACRED HEART 13, SYLVAN 3 Sylvan 20010—3 32 Sacred Heart 01723 — 13 7 0 WP — Bechard (2-2). LP — Cheney. 2B — SH: Losik GREAT BEND 2, SALINA CENTRAL 0 Great Bend 000 002 0 — 2 7 1 Salina Central 000 000 0 — 0 3 2 WP — Heikkila. LP — Curt Norris (0-2). 2B — GB: Robinson. 3B — GB: Horn. GREAT BEND 14 SALINA CENTRAL 6 Great Bend 041 321 3 — 1415 1 Salina Central 110 030 1 — 6 11 3 WP — Schriner. LP — Craig Norris (1-3). 2B — SC: Just: GB: Prillinger 2. Horn, Kaiser. 3B — GB: Kaiser, Heikkila. HR — SC: Divitoiss; GB: Schriner. SE SALINE 13, CONCORDIA 7 SE Saline 030 600 4 - 13 8 2 Concordia 000 007 0 - 7 9 6 WP — Chrisman. LP — Trevor Applebee (31). 2B — C: Fuchs; SE: Ty Douglass, Thlel. CONCORDIA 18, SE SAUNE 2 SE Saline 010 010-2 1 2 Concordia 803 70x - 18 15 2 WP - Chris Eubanka (2-0). LP - Thlal. 2B - C: Demais, Tale, Ellntf. 36 - C: Petereen. Basketball NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Baat-of-S) Thursday's results Orlando 99, Miami 91, series lied 2-2 Seattle 122, Phoenix 115 (ot), series tied 2-2 Friday's raaulta Atlanta 94, Detroit 82, series tied 2-2 LA Lakers at Portland (n) Saturday's game Phoenix at Seattle, 2:30 p.m NBA summaries HAWKS 94, PISTONS 82 ATLANTA (84) Corbin 5-10 1-1 12. Laettner 5-19 1-211,Mu- tombo 5-6 6-8 16. Blaylock 5-140-0 10, Smith 712 9-10 28, Barry 0-3 0-0 0, Henderson 3-3 3-6 9, Recasner 1-30-0 3. Hancock 1-10-02, Laud- crdale 0-2 0-0 0, James 1-20-03. Totals 33-75 20-25 94. • DETROIT (»2) Hill 11-22 6-8 28. Thorpe 1-3 0-0 2, Mills 5-10 0-011, Hunter 3-13 3-4 10. Dumars 3-13 6-6 14, Thursday's game SONICS 122, SUNS 115 (ot) SEATTLE (122) Schrempf 7-17 9-11 26. Kemp 5-12 13-16 24. Cummlngs 4-6 0-0 8, Hawkins 6-15 0-0 17. Payton 9-20 5-6 28, Perkins 6-11 3-3 16, Graham 0- t 0-0 0, Wingafe 1-70-0 3. Totals 38-89 30-38 122. PHOENIX (115) Chapman 9-22 0-1 22, Tlsdale 1-3 0-0 2, Williams 1-31-1 3, Johnson 7-198-9 23, Kidd 917 3-7 23. Cebalios 6-12 2-2 16. Manning 8-13 3-3 19, Person 1-5 0-0 2, Nash 2-3 0-0 5. Totals 44-9717-23115 Seittlt 36 25 17 29 15—122 Phoenix 26 23 27 31 8—115 3-Poln( goals—Seattle 16-33, (Hawkins 5-9, Payton 5-11, Schrempf 3-5, Kemp 1-2. Perkins 1-3, Wingale 1-3). Phoenix 10-30. (Chapman 412, Kldd 2-2, Cebalios 2-6, Nash 1-2, Johnson 1-3. Manning 0-1. Person 0-4). Fouled out— Johnson. Manning. Rebounds—Seattle 63 (Kemp 20), Phoenix 53 (Manning 10). Assists— Seattle 33 (Payton 14). Phoenix 33 (Kldd 14). Total louls—Seattle 22, Phoenix 24. Techni- cals—Kemp. A—19,023 (19,023). Golf PGA scores THE WOODLANDS, Texas (AP) — Scores Friday after the second round of the $1.6 million Houston Open, played on the 7,042-yard, par-72 (36-36) TPC at The Woodlands: David Duval 65-71—136 Craig Parry 71-66—137 David Ogrin 69-68—137 Jerry Kelly 70-68—138 Fred Couples 69-69—136 Curtis Slrangs 67-72—139 Phil Blackmar 68-71—139 GranlWaite 68-72—140 HalSutlon 66-72—140 Kevin Sutherland , 68-72—140 Brad Fabel 73-66—141 TomPemiceJr. 75-66—141 David Sutherland 69-72—141 Fred Funk 69-72—141 Scott Hoch 73-68—141 Jim Carter 73-68—141 Larry Rinker 72-69—141 Brent Gelberger 72-69—141 GregTwiggs 74-68—142 John Morse 68-74—142 Mike Reid 73-69—142 Billy Andrada 74-68—142 Ronnie Black 72-70—142 Robert Gamez 72-70—142 Vljay Singh ' 71-71—142 John Cook 72-70-1-12 Brian Honnlnger 71-71—142 Wayne Levl 75-67—142 Robin Freeman 71-71—142 Neal Lancaster 71-72—143 Steve Elklngton 69-74—143 Mike Hulbert 73-70—143 Lee Rinker 71-72—143 Joel Edwards 71-72—143 D.A. Weibring 72-71—143 PaufGoydos 72-71—143 LannyWadklns 73-70—143 Willie Wood 70-73—143 Nolan Henke 73-71—144 Tom Kite 71-73—144 Mark Brooks 69-75—144 Lennle Clements 71-73—144 Ed Dougherty 74-70—144 Phil Tataurangi 72-72—144 Steve Hart 74-70—144 Doug Martin 76-69—145 Justin Leonard 71-74—145 J.P.Hayes 73-72—145 Brett Qulgley 73-72-145 John Maglnnes 74-71—145 Tom Byrum 72-73—145 Lee Porter 72-73—145 Craig Kanada 74-7i_t45 Patrick Burke 73-73—146 Larry Mize 75-71—146 Brad Bryant 74-72—146 Jim Gallagher 75-71—146 Mike Sullivan 76-70—146 Bruce Lletzko 74-72—146 JetlHart 74-72—146 Rafael Alarcon 76-70—146 Brad Lardon 74-72—146 Craig Bowden 76-70—146 OmarUrestl 76-70—146 Greg Kraft 76-70—146 Billy Ray Brown 74-72—146 'ayne Stewart 74.72—146 Jetl Maggert 74-72—146 Mry Waldorf 72-74—146 Scott McCarron 72-74—146 lohn Wilson 73-73—146 Seniors scores BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Scores Friday af- er the first round of the $1.15 million Bruno's Memorial Classic, played over the 6,967-yard, par 72 (36-36) Greystone Country Club: 3(1 Morgan 35-32—67 lay Sigel 34-34—68 Tom Shaw 33-35—68 Bob Charles 36-32—68 ohn D. Morgan 33-36—69 sao Aokl 34-35—69 iene Littler 34-36—70 Walt Morgan 37-33—70 Al Gelberger 35-35—70 im Colbert 38-34—70 ohn Schroeder 36-34—70 Bob Eastwood 36-34—70 iteve Verlato 37-34—71 Bruca Summerhays 37-34—71 Don Bles 37-34—71 Hale Irwln 36-35—71 DeWitt Weaver 39-32—71 'ommy Aaron 39-33—72 Rocky Thompson 33-39—72 onyjacklln 37-35—72 Larry Gilbert 36-36—72 J.C. Snead 36-36—72 Chi Chi Rodriguez 36-36—72 Dave Stockton 36-36—72 Bob Murphy 35-37—72 Vicente Fernandez 37-35—72 Graham Marsh 37-35—72 Charles Coody 38-34—72 Mike McCullough 36-36—72 James Lovette 36-37—73 Miller Barber 39-34—73 Hubert Green 36-37—73 Harold Hennlng 37-36—73 Jack Klefer 39-34—73 Terry Dill 36-37—73 Bruce Cramplon 38-35—73 Mike Hill 36-35—73 Tom Welskopf 36-37—73 Dale Douglass 39-34—73 Frank Conner 36-37—73 Buddy Whitten 36-36—74 Simon Hobday 40-34—74 Bud Allin 35-39—74 Urry Laorettl 35-39—74 Bob Dlckson 36-38—74 Jerry McGee 36-36—74 Dick Hendnckson 37-38—75 John Jacobs 39-36—75 Orvllle Moody 36-39—75 Bruce Devlin 36-39—75 Glbby Gilbert 36-37—75 John Bland 39-36—75 Jim Dent 36-39—75 Lee Elder 38-37—75 Brian Barnes 39-36—75 Will Sowles 36-39—75 Bob Leaver 36-36—76 Rick Acton 36-40—76 Bob E. Smith 39-37—76 Dave Elchelberger 39-37—76 David Graham 40-36—76 Kermil Zartey 43-33—76 Dennis Coscina 37-39—76 David Oakley 38-38—76 Hugh Balocchl 38-36—76 Walter Zembriski 38-39—77 Gay Brewer 41-36—77 Jim Albus 40-37—77 Torn Wargo 40-37—77 Calvin Peete 41-36—77 Bobby Stroble 36-41—77 Butch Baird 38-40—78 Reginald Golden 41-37—78 Don January 39-40—79 George Archer 40-39—79 3obby Nichols 40-40—80 .ou Graham 42-39—81 Larry Mowry 43-41—84 LPGA scores DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Scores Friday alter the second round ol the $1.2 million Today's schedule SATURDAY, MAY 3 BASEBALL NY Yankees at Kansas City. 7:05 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan National Small College World Series FOOTBALL Kansas State spring game, 1 p m. GOLF Saline County 4-Ball at Elks County Club SOFTBALL Salina Central at Wichita Northwest, 9 a.m. Kansas Conference Tournament at Hillsboro TENNIS Salina Central Invitational. 8 a.m. TRACK ft FIELD Kansas Conference Meet at Sterling Sprint Titleholders Championship, played on the 6,393-yard, par-72 LPGA International Course: Tammie Green 66-67—133 Kris Tschetler 67-67—134 Betsy King 71-65—136 Krislal Parker-Gregory 71-65—136 Kris Monaghan 68-69—136 Dottie Pepper 68-69—137 Lisa Hackney 67-70—137 KrlsllAlbers 71-67—138 Meg Mallon 72-67—139 Kelly Pobblns 72-67—139 Patty Sheehan 70-69—139 Emilee Klein 70-69—139 Trish Johnson 68-71—139 Michelle Estlll 68-71—139 KarrieWebb 68-71—139 Chris Johnson 72-68—140 Kathryn Marshall 72-68—140 Annlka Sorenstam 71 -69— 140 Nancy Lopez 70-70—140 Brandle Burton 70-70—140 Colleen Walker 69-71—140 Cindy Schreyer 69-71—140 Missle Berteotti 69-71—140 Pattl Lisclo 68-72—140 Hlromi Kobayashl 68-72—140 Kate Golden 68-72—140 Laura Davies 73-68—141 Sherri Stelnhauer 71-70—141 Julllnkster 71-70—141 Dawn Coe-Jones 70-71—141 Donna Andrews 70-71—141 Deb Richard 69-72—141 Lisa Walters 68-73—141 Marianne Morris 68-73—141 Hollls Stacy 73-69—142 Amy Fruhwlrth 73-69—142 Joanne Morley 72-70—142 Slefania Croco 72-70—142 Pat Bradley 70-72—142 ErlkaWlcoff 70-72—142 Wendy Doolan 70-72—142 Dana Dormann 69-73—142 Karen Weiss 68-74—142 Luclana Bemvenull 75-68—143 Erika Hayashida 75-68—143 Llselotte Neumann 73-70—143 Sally Little 73-70—143 Lisa Klggens 73-70—143 Joan Pteock 72-71—143 BarbMucha 72-71—143 Alice Miller 72-71—143 Gall Graham 72-71—143 Wendy Ward 72-71—143 Gristle Kerr 72-71—143 Jane Geddes 70-73—143 Nanci Bowen 70-73—143 Alicia Dibos 69-74—143 Local results SALINE COUNTY 4-BALL MATCH PLAY Friday's results Championship Flight Dick Jensen-Jerry Ryan 67 Marck Riddle-Pat Newell 69 Sean Robertson-Justin Mitchell 69 Marty Simpson-North McArthur 75 Bob Hedge-Dennis McMurray 78 Tim Cllne-Joe Sanchez 78 Steve Schelbmelr-Joe Plumer 81 Wayne Schneider-Kent Lambert 81 First Flight Alex Agulrre-Jetl Ostmeyer 82 Steven Buchholz-Slan Knlpp 82 Bob Broughton-Mark Crowell 82 Bruce Stainbrook-Marc Ziegler 83 Brian MacDonald-Mike Monloya 04 Mark Chaflee-Kcvin Werner 85 Cal Smith-Kelly Ingrassia 87 Robert Chiles-Kelly Randolph 88 Dennis Tingen-Terry Robbins 88 TODAY'S PAIRINGS Championship Flight 8:28 s.m. — Slmpson-McArthur vs. Cline- Sanchez; 8:35 a.m. — Rlddle-Newell vs. Hedge-McMurray; 8:42 a.m. — Jensen-Ryan vs. Schelbmelr-Plumer; 8:49 a.m. — Robertson- Mitchell vs. Schneider-Lambert. First Flight 8 a.m. — Rudolph-Chiles vs. Tingen-Robbins; 8:07 s.m. — Stalnbrook-Zlegler vs. MacDonald-Montoya; 8:14 a.m. — Broughton-Crowell vs. Chaffee-Wemer; 8:21 a.m. — Buchholz- Knipp vs. Smith-lngrassla. High school HUTCHINSON INVITATIONAL At Carey Park Golf Course Team scores SM East 306, Arkansas City 309, Wichita Kapaun 309, Shawnee Heights 312, Salina Central 315, Wichita Carroll 315, Lawrence 316. McPherson 316, Manhattan 316, Anrjover 319, Wichita Northwest 320, SM Northwest 322, BV North 323, Dodge City 323, Wichita Southeast 323, Derby 326, BV Stllwell 327, Great Bend 327, Hays 328, El Dorado 332, Garden City 333, Salina South 336, Wichita Heights 336, SM West 338, Buhler 339, Hutchinson 339, BV Northwest 340, Winflekj 342, Emporia 346, Goddard 350. Leavenworth 350, Wichita East 351. SM North 355, Newton 357, Wichita North 375, Wichita West 376, Wichita Campus 380, Wichita South 382. Individual medalists 1. Soldan, Manhattan, 71; 2. Cooper, Shawnee Heights, 71; 3. (tie) Novascone, Wichita Kapaun & Clancy, SM East, 72; 5. Erlck- son, McPherson, 73; 6. (tie) Rackley, Salina Central; Brown, Arkansas City; Rebne, SM Northwest, 75 & Mayer, Wichita Northwest, 75; 10. Shurtz, Arkansas City; Shaver, Lawrence, & Tyson, SM East, 76. Salina Central scores Ryan Rackley 75; Tyler Alt 76; Chris Bowman 80; Tony Alt 82; Andy Frank 85; Erie Payne 88. Salina South scores David Dupy 81; Kyle Jensen 83; Anthony Whll- tecar 85; Craig Kuder 87; Eric Adam 91; Eric Lilly 100. If ack & field High school BELOIT RELAYS BOYS Class 4-3A Team scores Beloit 122, Smith Center 115, Holslngton 55, Riley County 54, Superior, Neb. 44. Minneapolis 43, Abilene 42, Belleville 41, SE Saline 38. Individual results DlKUt — 1. Thompson. Beloit, 186-3 (meet record): 2. Condray, Minneapolis. 160-9; 3. Seytert, Beloit, 155-0. High Jump — 1. Lange. Beloit, 6-'A; 2. (lie) Barta, Smith Center, 5-10; Lull, Belleville, 5-10. Javtlln — 1. File, Beloit, 189-9; 2. Hunc,..,,,, Belleville, 165-10; 3. Stewart, Smith Center, 164-10. Long )ump — 1. Barta, Smith Center, 22-1; 2. McGraw, Riley County, 21-6; 3. Gray, Beloit, 20- 4'A. Pots vault — 1. Klima, Belleville, 12-6; 2. Miller, Superior, 12-0; 3. DeWeese, Abilene, lift Shot put — 1. Seylert. Beloit, 63-2 (meet record); 2. Thompson, Beloil, 67-5; 3. Doonan, Hoisington, 47-11V4. Triple jump —1. Gray, Beloil, 44-2; 2. Dugan, Riley County, 43- Vi; 3. Barta, Smllh Center, 42- 8'A. 3,200m run — 1. Slgle, Riley County, 9:57.4; 2. Douglas, Abilene. 10:16.7; 3. Craig, SE Saline, 10:22.7. 110m hurdles — 1. Slrnad, Belleville, 15.49. 2. Stewart, Smith Center, 16.08; 3. Belts, SE Saline, 16.52. 3,200m r*lay — 1. Smith Center 8:33.1; 2. Beloit 8:36.1; 3. Hoistington 8:57.6. 100m dash — 1. Dlckson, SE Saline, 11.37; 2. Grace. Beloit, 11.67; 3. Mlchaells, Holsinglon 11.8. 1,600m run — 1. Blochlingsr. Minneapolis, 4:31.3; 2. Lewis, Riley County, 4:35.1; 3. FolU, Abilene, 4:38.3; 5. Craig, SE Saline, 4:50.3. 400ni relay — 1. Smllh Center 45.3; 2. Beloil 45.47; 3. Minneapolis 45.86. 400m dun — 1. Grace, Beloit, 51.21; 2. Depperschmidt, Smith Center, 52.89, 3. Mansholt, Smith Center, 53.30; 6. Dickson, SE Saline. 54.59. 300m hurdtei — 1. Stewart, Smith Cenler, 42.21; 2. Marvin, Hoisington, 43.23; 3. Meekms, Superior. 43.72. 800m run — 1. Blochllngfir, Minneapolis, 1:59.88; 2. Slgle, Riley County. 2:01.91; 3. Alexander. Superior, 2:06.48: 6. Pavkov, SE Saline, 2:10.08. 200m dash — 1. Dlckson, SE Saline. 23.53; 2. Grace. Beloit. 23.9; 3. Bailey. Hoisington, 24.16. 1,600m relay — 1. Smith Center 3:38.81; 2. Superior 3:40.11; 3. Hoislnglon 3:42.12. Class 2-1A Team scores Clifton-Clyde 80, Tescotl 68, SJ Beloit 63, Logan 59, Mankato 45, Washington 38, Bennington 36, Stockton 24, Ell-Saline 22, Pike Valley 20. Sacred Heart 18, Solomon 16, Downs 15, Jewall 15, Osborne 15. White Rock 14, Emmanuel Christian 9. Soulhern Cloud 1, Tiplon 0. Individual results Discus — 1. Jones, Logan. 169-7 (meet record); 2. Schmil?, Sacred Heart, 141-3; 3. Hake, SJ Beloil, 140-6. High |ump — 1. Wurtj, Clifton-Clyde. 6-4; 2. Miller, Tescolt, 6-2; 3. Kruse, Washington, 6-2; 6-2; 5. Windholz, Ell-Saline, 5-10. Javelin — 1. Klndler, While Rock. 212-2 (meet record); 2. Garman, Washington, 181-5; 3. Rice, Sacred Heart. 173-2. Long |ump — 1. Brown, SJ Beloil. 22-3; 2. Oelting. Tescott, 20-6V4; 3. Kemper, Logan, 203 1 /.. Pole vault — 1. Knox.Clillon-Clyde, 12-6; 2. Baker, Washington, 12-0; 3. Sweat, Osborne, 12-0. Shot put — 1. Hake, SJ Beloit, 55=4; 2. Stevens, Downs, 47-5; 3. Jones, Logan. 47-2; 4. Schmitz, Sacred Heart, 45-9. Triple Jump —t. Brown, SJ Beloit, 44-8; 2. Huntsinger. Mankato, 43-9 V4; 3. Kemper, Logan, 42-10W. 3,200m run — 1. Alare2, Mankato, 11:18.7; 2. Houllberg, Emmanuel Christian, 11:26.5:3. Koll- hotl, SJ Beloit, 11:28.0. 110m hurdles — 1. Getting. Tescolt, 15.58; 2. McReynolds, Stockton, 16:07; 3. Miller, Tescott, 16.5. 3,200m relay — 1. Benninglon 8:50.5; 2. Logan 8:58.8; 3. Osbome 6:59.8; 6. Emmanuel Christian 9:26.1. 100m dash — 1. Vandoren, Tescott, 11.69; 2. Montgomery, Solomon, 11.83; 3. Uglow, Mankato, 12.0. 1,600m run — I. Martin, Ell-Saline, 4:44.13; 2. Reynolds, Pike Valley, 4:48.0; 3. Smith. Solomon, 5:10.8. 400m relay — 1. Clffton-Clyde 45.21; 2. Mankato 45.81; 3. Tescott 46.46. 400m dash — 1. Chance, Bennington, 51.38; 2. McReynolds, Stockton, 52.07; 3. Wurtz, Clilton-Clyde, 52.53. 300m hurdles — 1. Chavey, Clillon-Clyde, 43,71; 2. Steinbrock, Clifton-Clyde. 44.01; 3. Miller, Tescotl. 44.23. 800m run — 1. Kemper, Logan, 2:04.51; 2. Martin, Ell-Saline, 2:06.96; 3. Reynolds,, Pike Valley, 2:07.45. Augustine, Ell-Saline, 2:11.44. 200m dash — 1. Brown, SJ Beloit, 23.63; 2. Vandoren, Tescott, 24.1; 3. LeClair, Clifton- Clyde, 24.34. 1,600m relay — 1. Logan 3:38.37; 2. Clifton- Clyde 3:41.91; 3. Bennington 3:43.59. GIRLS Class 4-3A Team scores Riley County 109, Smith Center 90, Hoisington 80, Beloit 79, Superior, Neb. 71, Minneapolis 47, SE Saline 47, Belleville 18, Abilene 17. Individual results Discus - 1. Growl, Superior, 124-2; 2. Rittel. SE Saline, 120-6; 3. Ade. SE Saline, 120-1. High jump - 1. Trout. Minneapolis, 5-4: 2. Schmidt, Beloit, 5-4; 3. Raab, Beloit, 4-10. Javelin - 1. Huncovsky, Belleville, 118-1; 2. Ade, SE Saline, 110-5; 3. Frasier.Beloit, 107-10. Long |ump - 1. McGraw, Riley County, 16-0; 2. Ratliff, Smith Center, 15-4%; 3. Schneider, Hoisington, 15-14; 5. Davis, SE Saline, 14-8'/t. Shot put - 1. Crowl, Superior, 38-11; 2. Gull- tord, Hoisington, 37-0; 3. Huncovsky, Belleville, 36-11 'A; 4. Riflel, SE Saline, 34-9VJ. Triple Jump -1. Troyer, Riley County, 33-2; 2. McGraw, Riley County. 33-1 y<; 3. Thelander, Superior, 32- 'A. 3,200m run - 1. Mortimer, Riley County, 10:58.2 (meet rucord); 2. Barnes, Smith Center, 11:50.9; 3. Brady, SE Saline, 12:13.8; 6. Keeler, SE Saline, 12:56.5. 100m hurdles - 1. Stone, Riley County, 15.58; 2. Davis, SE Saline, 16.06; 3. Johnson, Abilene, 16.62. 800m lelay - 1. Hoislnglon, 1:49.11; 2. Smith Center, 1:53.70; 3. Minneapolis, 1:53.72. 3,200m relay -1. Smith Center, 10:13.1 (meet record); 2. Beloil, 10:39.3; 3. Rilsy County, 10:48.4. 100m dash - 1. Milum, Minneapolis, 13.25; 2. Schneider, Hoisington, 13.31; 3. Koester, Hoisington, 13.49. 1,600m run - 1. Mortimer, Hlley County, 5:18.7; 2. Barnes, Smith Center, 5:24.5;3. Christians, Beloit, 5:35.1; 5. Brady, SE Saline, 5:45.0. 400m relay - t. Superior, 53.30; 2. Smllh Center, 53.31; 3. Abilene, 53.60. 400m dath - t. Grace, Beloit, 1:00.77; 2. Fuerhotl. Superior, 1:02.20; 3. Kuone, Hoisington. 1:04.49; 6. Justice, SE Saline, 1:07.43. 300m hurdles - I. Stone, Riley County, 48.10; 2. Trout. Minneapolis, 48.78; 3. Ney, Hoisington, 49.01. 800m run -1. Lewis, Riley County, 2:28.29; 2. Grace, Beloil, 2:28.73; 3. Barnes, Smith Center, 2:30.43. 20flm dash - i. Kuhn, Smith Center, 27.12; 2. Milum, Minneapolis, 27.25; 3. Stone, Riley County. 27.66. 1,600m relay - 1. Hoisington, 4:16.41; 2. Be- loil, 4:19.02; 3. Riley County, 4:18.83; 6. SE Saline, 4:54.45. Class 2-1A Team scores Washington 106, Clifton-Clyde 76, Ell-Saline 56, SJ Beloil 44, Osborne 36, Pike Valley 34, Logan 33, Downs 25, Stockton 24, Tescott 24, Solomon 19, While Rock 13, Sacred Heart 12, Jewell 10, Tipton 9, Bennington 5, Mankato 1. Individual results Discus - 1. Triplelt. Logan, 116-4; 2. Leek, Washington, 111-11; 3. Barnes, Washington, 104-1. High Jump - t. Manning, White Rock, 5-5 (meet record); 2. Abrams, Tescott, 5-2; 3. Herman, Pike Valley, 5-2. Jivslln - 1. Grilfin, Ell-Saline, 128-9 (meet record); 2, Corwin, Osborne, 125-2; 3. Triplett.Logan, 123-2. Long |ump - 1. Baker, Washington, 16-9'/i; 2. Eck, SJ Beloil. 16-3%; 3. Jensen, Ell-Saline, 16-2. Shot put - 1. Triplet), Logan, 41-11'A (meet record); 2. Raney, Pike Valley, 34-8; 3. Berslrom, Clilton-Clyde. 34-'A. Triple jump - 1. Baker, Washington, 36-4 Vi (meet record); 2. Jensen. Ell-Saline, 33-4: 3. Bowman, Clifton-Clyde, 33-4. 3,200mrun- 1. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 12:38.5; 2. Wells, Sacred Heart. 12:45.70,3 Becker, Downs, 13:13.3. 100m hurdles - 1. Eck, SJ Beloil, 15.72; 2. Berkley, Downs, 16.64; 3. Burdick, Clifton- Clyde, 16.95. WOm relay - 1. Clifton-Clyde, 1:50.62; 2. Washington, 1:53.41; 3. Stockton. 1:53.89; 6. Ell-Saline. 1:56.93. 100m dash - 1. Eck, SJ Beloit, 13.12; 2. McDonald, Stockton, 13.31; 3. Baker, Washington, 13.43; 5. Wearing, Emmanuel Christian, 13.75. 1,600m run - 1. Nelson, Solomon. 5:33.8 (meet record); 2. Cole, Washington, 5:38.8; 3. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 5:509; 6. Lininger. Ell- Saline, 6:07.9. 400m relay -1. Clilton-Clyde. 52.54; 2. Washington, 53.48; 3. Downs, 53.78; 5. Ell-Saline, 54.67. 400m daih - 1. Roadhouse. Osborne, 1:03.29; 2. Cole, Washington, 1:03.96; 3. Sanson, Logan, 1:04.08; 4. Ryan, Sacred Heart, 1:04.46; 5. White, Ell-Salino, 1:04.47. 300m hurdles - 1. Eck, SJ Beloil, 46.19 (meet record); 2. Krxw, Clilton-Clyde, 48.63; 3. Corwin. Osborne, 50.75. WOm run - I.Cole, Washington, 2:32.09; 2. Gasper, Tipton, 2:33.03; 3. Hodgson, Washington, 2:34.52; 5. Isaacson. Ell-Saline. 2:37.48. 200m dath -1. McDonald, Stockton, 27 07; 2. Roadhouse, Osborne, 27.60; 3. Aspuiyion, Pike Valley, 26.23. 1,600m relay - t. Washington. 4:20.16; 2. Clifton-Clyde. 4:29.47; 3. EII-Saline.4:31.61. MAHYSVILLE INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Concordia 185, Nemaha Valley 150. Clay Ceil- I lor 70. Fnnkfort 42. Marywil!r> 40, Atr.hlson County 35, Balleyville 29. Individual results 110m hurdles— 1. Noil!. AC. 14.92; 2. Reil?. NV. 15 6; 3 Caleb. AC. 1626 100mdash— 1. Nevins. C. 109:2 Esslinger, C, H.17: 3 Bume. CC, 11 43 1,600m run — 1. Clark, NV. 4:46,97; 2. Hod gins, C. 4:49.77: 3. Niehues. NV. 4:53.59. 400m relay — 1, Concordia. 4486; 2. Clay Center. 45.06; 3. Nemaha Valley. 54.91. 400m dish — I. Bradford. M. 52.55: 2. Kohake, NV. 52.78; 3. Hamel, C, 54.53. 300m hurdles — 1. Lewis. C. 41.38; 2. Parthemer. F. 41.7; 3. Lnas, C, 43.16 800m run — 1. Musil, F. 2:07.06: 2. Boeschling. CC. 2:08.60; 3. Niehuos, NV. 2:16.34. 200m dash — I. Nevlns, C. 22.75; 2. Esslinger, C. 22.82; 3. Nelll, AC, 23.2. 3,200m run — 1. Clark, NV. 10:39.68; 2. Larson. CC. 10:41.28; 3. Hodgins, C, 10:46.14. 1,600m relay — 1. Concordia. 3:34.21; 2. Marysville. 3:38.96; 3. Nemaha Valley. 3:43.50. Long |ump — 1. Kohake, NV. 20-3; 2. Burgess, C, 19-8'/.; 3. Schmltz. BSB, 19-8. High |ump — 1. Paquelte. C, 6-0; 2. Klein, CC. 5-10; 3. Bradford, M, 5-10. Shot put — I. Bums. CC. 48-5, 2. Zimmerman. C, 47-7; 3. Hull, F. 44-5. Discus — 1. Slralhman. NV, 140-10 1 /.; 2. Hammes, NV, 136-'A; 3. Llzzoi, NV, 134-7. Triple |ump — 1. Burgess, C, 42-6; 2. Schmilz. BSB, 41-4; 3. Kramer, NV. 39-5r.. Pole vault — 1. Byers, NV, 12-6; 2. Burgess. C. 12-6; 3. Brrjauafl, C, 11-6. Javelin — 1. Byers, NV, 162-2; 2. Hake. C, 153-0; 3. Zimmerman. C. 145-2. GIRLS Team scores Clay Cenler 165, Marysvillo 99, Concordia 80, Baileyville 74. Nemaha Valley 67, Alchison Counly27, Frankfort 11. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Challee, CC. 16.61; 2. Balllnger, AC, 17.52; 3. Hoiman, B&B, 17.83. 3,200m relay — 1. Clay Cenler. 9:47.47; 2. Nemaha Valley, 11:06.08; 3, Marysville, 11:14.39. 100m dash — 1. Anderson, C, 13.02; 2. At- Iwegg, CC, 13.31; 3. Beclman, M, 13.56. 1,600m run — 1. Ferguson. CC, 5:37.15; 2. Slrolhman, B&B. 6:02.02; 3. Schell. M, 6:06.31. 400m relay — 1. Clay Cenler. 52.25; 2. Marysville, 53.1; 3. Bailcyvllle 55.25. 400m dash — 1. Brockman, CC, 1:02.42; 2. Wellendorl, C. 1:03.57; 3. Friedrichs, M, 1:04.10. 300m hurdles — 1. Chatlee. CC, 49.39; 2. Oelghlon. CC, 49.47; 3. Hollhaus, M, 51.54. 800m run — 1. Kahrs, CC, 2:25.46; 2. Block, CC, 2:30.86; 3. Nlehues, NV. 2:34.86. 200m dash — 1. Anderson, C, 26.77,- 2. Brockman, CC, 26.93; 3. Dallnghaus, BSB, 27.18. '3,200m run — 1. Con, CC, 12:01.27; 2. Callin. CC, 13:10.96; 3. Akin, NV, 13:16.10. 1,600m relay — 1. Clay Center, 4:11.42; 2. Concordia, 4:19.42; 3. Baileyvllle, 4:21.50. Long |ump — 1. Bechman, M, 16-6; 2. Haller, M, 15-8; 3. Boyd, M. 15-7'/i. High jump — 1. Rusche, NV, 4-10; 2. Hollhaus. NV, 4-8; 3. Heiman, BSB, 4-8. Shot put'— 1. Aggson, C, 38- Vi; 2. Bamelt, AC, 35-10; 3. Helnen.NV. 32-11. Discus — 1. Reed, C, 124-V4; 2. Broslus, C, 121-1'A; 3. Heinen, NV, 113-0. Triple |ump — 1. Mailer, M, 33-3 '/<; 2. Schmilz, B&B. 31-8'A; 3. Challee, CC, 31-6%. Javelin — 1. Oellnger, CC, 118-0; 2. Busch, M, 102-4; 3. Pokorny, B&B. 97-6. HUTCHINSON INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Wichita Soulheasl 124, Goddard 104, Salina Central 95, Hutchinson 69, Hays 68, Newton 47, Wichita Northwest 38. Individual results Javelin -1. Healy. 0.175-3; 2. Sharp, N, 142; 3. Krug, SC, 134-5. Discus-1. Newell, 6,142-4; 2. Hen 1 , Ha, 1366; 3. Little, WSE, 133-7. Long Jump -1. Johnson. WNS, 22-1; 2. Newman, SC, 21-1; 3. Moore, Ha. 20-4 V,. Shot put - 1. Little, WSE, 50-4 Vi; 2. Shaver, Ha. 50-3M,; 3. Rogers, WNW, 47-0. 110m hurdles - 1. Hamm, N, 15:19; 2. Swinney, WSE, 16:19; 3. Moody, 6,16:34. 3200m relay - 1. Goddard, 8:24.56; 2. Salina Central. 8:26.28; 3. Hulchinson 6:58.64. 1600m run - 1. Edmonds, G, 4:39.78; 2. Reeves, G, 4:45.71; 3. Foust, G, 4:45.80. 400m relay - 1. Wichita SE, 44:12; 2. Salina Central, 44:49; 3. Hays. 45:56. High lump - 1. McCoy, WSE, 5-10; 2. Andrews. WSE. 5-8; 3. Johnson, Hu, 5-8. Pole vault - 1. Sutherland, WSE, 12-6; 2. Randle, WSE, 11-6; 3. Johnson, Hu, 11-6. 400m dssh - 1. Powell, WSE, 50:75; 2. Larson, SC, 51:59; 3. Hubbard, Hu, 52:25. 300m hurdles - 1. Hamm, N, 44:47; 2. Bishops, SC, 44:49; 3. Grafals, SC, 44:76. 100m dash - 1. Ponds, WSE, 11:00; 2. Newman, SC, 11:06; 3. Powell, WSE. 11:16. 800m run - 1. Edmonds, G, 2:05.78; 2. Faust. G, 2:07.88; 3. Young, SC, 2:11.31. 200m dash - 1. Ponds, WSE, 22:35; 2. Newman. SC. 22:82; 3, Moore, Ha, 28:16. Triple lump - 1. Johnson, WNW, 42-8; 2. Raigoza, Hu, 41-9'A; 3. Small, WNW, 41-6. 3200m run-1. Reeves, G, 10:35.91; 2. Hursl. G, 10:40.32; 3. Jarvls, Hu, 10:44.34. 1600m relsy - 1. Salina Central, 3:34.59: 2. Hutchinson, 3:36.86; 3. Goddard, 3:41. GIRLS Team score* Salina Central 124, Hutchinson 102, Goddard 101, Wichita Southeast 65, Newlon 53, Hays 48, Wichita Northwest 24. Individual results High jump - 1. Reynrd, WNE, 4-10; 2. Herrman, SC, 4-10; 3. Roach, WSE, 4-8. Shot put - 1. Spoon, Hu, 33-4 K; 2. Keys, G. 33-3%; 3. Claycamp, Ha, 31-5. Long lump -1. Wynne, WSE, 16-7*i; 2. Welly, WNW. 16-0%; 3. Frost, SC, 16-0. Jivslln -1. Paschal, WSE, 105-3; 2. Schmidl, G, 96-0; 3. Powell, SC, 93-4. 100m hurdles -1. Prewitt, N, 15.09; 2. Belter, G, 15.13; 3. Hughes, Hu, 15.63. 1600m run - 1. Williams, SC, 6:00.12; 2. Hamm, G, 6:10.35; 3. Penny, Hu, 6:30.31. 3200m rally - 1. Hutchinson, 10:47.30; 2. Salina Central, 10:47.51; 3. Goddard, 11:27.03. 400m relay - 1. Goddard, 52.89; 2. Newton. 52.91; 3. Wichita Southeast, 53.29. 400m dash - 1. Frost, SC, 1:05.00; 2. Allen. WSE, 1:06.30; 3. Tiering, SC, 1.'09.32. Triple |ump - 1. Jones, SC, 34-6; 2. Spoon, Hu, 34-1 'A; 3. Harman, Ha, 33-10. Discus - 1. Claycamp, Ha, 98-10; 2. Powell, SC, 96-11 Vi; 3. Friesen, Hu, 88-0. 600m run - 1. Wynne, WSE, 2:32.53; 2. Peterman, Hu, 2:34.05; 3. Williams, SC. 2:37.81. 300m hurdles - 1. Belter, G, 47.87; 2. Hughes', Hu, 48.93; 3, Olson, Hu, 50.32. 200m dash -1. Belter, G, 26.31; 2. Prewitt. N. 26.66; 3. Spoon, Hu, 27.02. 3200m run - 1. Hamm, G, 13:06.69; Blomquist, SC, 13:48.88; 3. Aldrlch, SC, 14:09.36. 1600m relay - 1. Hutchinson, 4:35.15; 2. Salina Central, 4:37.72; 3. Goddard, 4:45.09. Softball Big 12 women BIG 12 TOURNAMENT OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Results ol Friday's games at Ihe Big 12 Softball tournament, being played al Hall ol Fame Stadium: Baylor 1 , Texas Tech 0 Texas 1 , Iowa State 0 Missouri 10, Baylor 2 Oklahoma Slate 11, Nebraska 7(18 Innings) Oklahoma 6, Texas 5 Kansas 8, Texas A&M 0 Nebraska 6, Baylor 2 (Baylor eliminated) Missouri 6, Oklahoma State 2 BIG 12 ALL-CONFEHENCE Kansas selections First learn — Sara Holland, outfield Sarah Woikman, pitcher. Second team — Shannon Slanwix, lirst base; Krislina Johnson, catcher; Sara McCann, third base: Mlcheie Hubler, shortstop. High school CONCORDIA 1, SE SALINE 0 SE Saline 000 000 0 - 0 4 4 Concordia 000 000 1 - 1 8 1 WP — Lagasse. LP — Troutfetter (4-4). SE SALINE 10, CONCORDIA 7 SE Saline 10! 031 4 - 10 9 6 Concordia 100 030 3 - 711 2 WP — Scanlan (2-0). LP — Lagasse. HR — C: Casey. ELL-SALINE 6, SYLVAN 3 Sylvan 000 001 2 - - 3 56 Ell-Saline 0131010—6 85 WP — Atkinson. LP — L. Dolil. 2B — ES: Lant/, Caia/o. SYLVAN 10, ELL-SALINE 6 Sylvan 202 022 2 — 1092 Ell-Saline 0130002 -6 86 WP — Slecklein LP — Taylor. 2B — ES: BreniJIe; S: Heller. Schatfar. StwkWn, SACRED HEART 10, ABILENE 1 Abileno 000 010 0 — 1 6 2 Sacred Hsart 062 020 x — 10 8 t WP — L'Ecuyer (7-3). LP — Nuss. 2B — SH: Wells 3B — A: Clemence; SH: Ash. SACRED HEART 14, ABILENE 13 Abilene 405 100 3 — 13 14 2 Sacred Heart 141 130 4 — 14 16 4 WP — Kellen Ratclifl (5-1). LP — Lyngen. 2B — A: Funslon; SH: Meares. 3B — A: Clemence; SH: Wells 2. SALINA SOUTH 13, JUNCTION CITY 2 SalinaSouth 404014 — 13.14 1 Junction City 000 200 — 2 5 4 WP — Hamel (6-1). LP — Upshaw. 2B — SS: Watson. Stein; JC: Boltor. 3B — SS: Hannebaum. Powell, Mattlson. SALINA SOUTH 6, JUNCTION CITY 1 SalinaSouth 202 101 0 — 6 11 0 Junction City 000 001 — 1 5 2 WP — Mitchell (6-1). LP — Cervera. 2B — SS: Watson. 3B — SS: Mattlson. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH 19, JUNCTION CITY 1 SalinaSouth 6(11)2 - 19 14 Junction City 100-12 WP — Harbaugh. LP — Johnston. SALINA SOUTH 15, JUNCTION CITY 0 Salina South 614 4-1510 Junction City 000 0 - 0 2 WP — Campbell. LP — Johnston. Volleyball Big 12 women BIG 12 ALL-ACADEMIC First team Kansas — Stephanl Blackwell, jr., human biology; Kendra Kahler, |r., systematics and ecology; Amanda Reves, fr., pre-mediclne. Kansas Stste — Linsey Luther, Ir, elementary education; Heather Lindell, tr., undecided; Valerie Phillips, |r., business admlnslralion; Kim Zschau, so., business admlnstrafion; Kate De- Clerk, si, horticultural therapy; Kelll Luther, sr., kinesiology. General Letters of intent KANSAS STATE ATHLETE — Scott Voos. SCHOOL —Manhattan HS. SPORT — Baseball. POSITION — Infielder-outfielder. HGT-WGT —5-10,170. NOTES — Team captain, all-l-70 league and all slate. Will play In the Shrine Bowl after being first team all-l-70 league and all slate twice In football. TABOR ATHLETE — Jared Hartter. SCHOOL — Sabetha HS. SPOHT —Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HGT-WGT—6-4,175. NOTES — All-Big 7 league twice. CLOUD COUNTY ATHLETE — Hannah Christians. SCHOOL — Beloit HS. SPOHT —Basketball. POSITION — Guard-forward. HGT — 5-8. STATS — 8.0 ppg, 3.8 rpg. 1.5 apg, 33.3 three-point goal%, 61.7(1%. NOTES — All-North Central Kansas League. ATHLETE — Heather Brejcha. SCHOOL — Tri-County HS. Neb. SPORT — Volleyball. POSITION — Middle Mocker-hitter. HGT — 5-9. STATS —182 kills, 85 blocks. NOTES — All-Soulhern Nebraska Conference. ATHLETE — Jami Davis. SCHOOL — SE Saline HS. SPORT — Cross country-track. POSITION — Hurdles. HGT —5-9. NOTES — Member of three slate championship cross country teams. Third in 300m hurdles as a freshman and second as a sophomore and junior. ATHLETE — Dana Heinen. SCHOOL — Nemaha Valley HS. SPORT —Volleyball-track. POSITION-EVENT — Hitter-throws. HGT—5-7. STATS — 97.9 service percentage. NOTES — All-tournament in 3A state tournament. ATHLETE — Kari Ulrich. SCHOOL — Sabetha HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HGT — 5-2. STATS — 7 ppg, 3.7 apg, 2.2 spg, 49 (g%, 70 NOTES — All-Big 7 league. ATHLETE — Sara Pollock. SCHOOL — Onaga HS. SPORT — Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HGT-5-5. STATS — 10 ppg, 5 rpg, 3 spg. NOTES — Third team all-Twin Valley League. ATHLETE — Leeisha Brown. SCHOOL — Osawatomle HS. SPORT — Basketball. POSITION — Forward. HGT — 5-9. STATS — 14 ppg, 11 rpg, 4 spg, 49 lg%. NOTES — All-Frontier League twice. ATHLETE — Tracey Holloman. SCHOOL — Osawatomie HS. SPORT —Track. EVENT — Javelin. HGT — 5-6. STATS — Personal best throw ol 140-3. NOTES — Third in 1996 slate track meet. ATHLETE — Greg James. SCHOOL — Hunler-Kinard-Tyler. S.C. SPORT — Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HGT —5-10. STATS — 17.9 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 2 apg. NOTES — Four year starter with 1,827 career points. ATHLETE — Keir Swisher. SCHOOL — Smoky Valley HS. SPORT — Basketball. POSITION — Guard-forward. HGT — 6-3. STATS — 17.7 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 2 apg. 1.5 spg. NOTES — First team all Mid-Central League. ATHLETE — John Beerbohm. SCHOOL — Fairbury HS, Neb. SPOHT — Basketball, POSITION — Forward. HGT — 6-7. STATS — 21.5 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 1 spg, 1.5 apg, 52.4 fg%, 73.3 tl%. NOTES — Three times all-Central Conference. ATHLETE — Krlsten Dopplet. SCHOOL — Olathe South HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HGT — 5-6. STATS — 9.9 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 3.6 apg, 2.0 spg. NOTES — Seond team all-Sunllower League, Transactions BASEBALL American League DETROIT TIGERS-Clalmed RHP Kevin Jarvis off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds and designated him lor assignment. MINNESOTA TWINS-Actlvated DH Paul Molitor lioni Ihe 15-day disabled list. Optioned OF Chris Latham to Salt Lake ol the PCL. TEXAS RANGERS—Activated OF Juan Gonzalez liorn Ihe 15-day disabled list. Optioned OF Marc Sagmoen to Oklahoma City ol Ihe American Association. Assigned INF Domingo Cedeno to Tulsa of Ihe Texas League on a rehabilitation assignment National League FLORIDA MARLINS-Hecalled RHP Rob Stanilei Iroin Charlotte ol Ihe International League FOOTBALL National Football League DETROIT LIONS-Waived FB Tracy Johnson. SPORTS DIGEST Baseball NEW YORK — Larry Walker of Colorado and Tom Glavine of Atlanta are the National League's player and pitcher of the month for April. Walker had 41 hits in 90 at bats for a .456 batting average, with 11 home runs and 29 RBIs. He also scored 29 runs and stole seven bases. Glavine was 4-0 for the month with a 1.64 ERA. He had one complete game and one shutout. Basketball SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Utah Jazz forward Karl Malone will be named the National Basketball Association's Most Valuable Player, according to a published report. The Deseret News of Salt Lake City contacted 112 of the 115 voters and learned that Malone will unseat Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan for the league's top honor, which will officially be announced later this month. Of the 107 respondents who revealed their selections to the newspaper, 65 said Malone was their top choice. Jordan received 42 votes and will become the first player in 17 years of media voting to get more than 40 votes and not win, the paper said. Malone led the Jazz to a franchise- best 64 wins by averaging 27.4 points and 9.9 rebounds. Jordan, a four-time MVP, won his eighth scoring title by averaging 29.6 points and leading the Bulls to a league-best 69-13 record. Boxing RANDERS, Denmark — Brian Nielsen of Denmark, the IBO heavyweight champion, easily out- pointed Damon Reed of the United States in an eight-round non-title fight Friday night. Reed, of Topeka, started off aggressively, circling around the heavier and older Dane. But Nielsen, who weighed in at 247.5 pounds, punched hard and kept Reed, 216.7 pounds, at bay. Reed, 23, relied on his speed against the 32-year-old Nielsen, ducking and shying but failing to connect solidly. Nielsen in turn was irritated by Reed's evasiveness and at one point pushed him into the ropes, where they ended up wrestling. Reed went into the fight with a record of 18-0-0, with 16 knockouts. Nielsen moves up to 33-0,19 of them knockouts. The three Danish judges scored the fight 80-72, 80-73 and 80-73. Football DENVER — In a world that is seldom fair, Bernard Jackson spoke in a clear, steady voice about being stricken with a rare form of liver Cancer. An original member of the Orange Crush and the Denver Broncos' starting free safety in Super Bowl XII, Jackson learned of his condition three weeks ago. "Basically, it's not too good," said Jackson, who spent the past two seasons as running backs coach at Western State in Gunnison. "I started having pains in my right side and night sweats. Then I had blood tests done, and they were all haywire." He was told chemotherapy won't help. "I plan to keep working until I can't anymore," he said from his Denver office, where he works in mutual funds. "I'm also going to California to see what other options there might be." ST. LOUIS — Orlando Pace got his first exposure to the NFL on Friday. "It's like being a freshman all over again," Pace said. "You have to learn a new system. Once again, I finally got Ohio State's down, now I've to learn another system." Pace, the Ohio State offensive lineman who was the first overall pick in the NFL draft two weeks ago, was a bit overwhelmed during the first day of the St. Louis Rams' mandatory minicamp. "It's all kind of mind-boggling," Pace said. "I was sort of confused. They are trying to put in a lot of things in a short period of time. I'm gradually grasping the offense. I'm sure everything will work out." Rams offensive line coach Jim Hanifan was impressed with Pace. "He assimilates things very well; he's a very instinctive football player. The thing that struck me probably the most was how quick he was for a big man," Hanifan said. Pace's size — 6-foot-7, 334-pounds — made him a standout from the other players on the Rams. Horse racing LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Neither lightning, thunder, downpour nor record Kentucky Oaks crowd could prevent Blushing K.D. from running the race of her life. The flashy filly from the Fair Grounds won the showdown with Sharp Cat and Glitter Woman on Friday, pulling away from trouble in the stretch for an impressive victory in the 123rd Kentucky Oaks before a crowd of 92,547. "How do I feel? I just won the Kentucky Oaks!" elated trainer Sam David Jr. said. "Once she got ahead, I knew, she'd be tough to run down. This is the biggest win of my career." Blushing K.D. won her fifth straight race, this time beating Tomisue's Delight by 2% lengths while covering 1 '/a miles in 1:50 1-5. "This was a great race for me," said 22-year-old jockey Lonnie Meche, a virtual unknown outside Cajun country. "It's the biggest win of my career. She's been great right from the start and I wasn't surprised when she ran so great." LONDON — The insurance company that paid off on a $25 million policy when Cigar failed as a stud plans to have the horse treated to give him another try at breeding. Assicurqazioni Generali now owns the horse after paying off to Coolmore and Allen Paulson, who owned Cigar when he ,, twice was Horse of the Year. Paulson, who kept 25 percent of the horse when Cigar was retired fropi racing last year, met with insurance company representatives Thursday in a bid to reacquire him. However, Peter Trend, AC'S bloodstock underwriter, confirmed that Cigar will be moved from Coolmore's Ashford Stud in Kentucky later this month, and put through fertility treatment, which would take at least a year. The insurance policy paid off when none of the mares Cigar was mated with became pregnant. If vets are successful in the treatment, Paulson would have an interest in purchasing the horse, according to Trend. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart ot America Sports Camps 913-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket oflice 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9257 Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 913-628-86 N Salina Municipal Qoll Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Salina Parks & Recreation oflice 913-826-7434 Salina Parks & Recreation Information 913-826-7484 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1150-AM) 800-608-1160! The Woodlands (K.C.) 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