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OB SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION AUTO RACING Noon — IRL Auto Racing, practice for Indy 500. ESPN2, cable 39 1 p.m. — ASA AC-Deteo Auto Racing, Florida 300, TNN. cable 34. 3 p.m. — NASCAR Aulo Racing. Winston Cup Senes. Save Mart Supermarkets 300. ESPN, -able 38. 4:30 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing. Lonestar Nationals. TNN. cable 34 9:30 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing, Winston Cup Series, Save Mail Supermarket 300. ES- FN2, cable 39 BASEBALL 12:05 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Pittsburgh at Atlanta. WTBS. cable 15 1 p.m. — Major L»agu") Baseball. NY Yankees al Kansas City. WIBW, cable 5: KMDC. cable 9. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Florida at Houston. ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 11:30 a.m. — NBA Playoffs. Orlando at Miami. NBC. cable 3. 13. 2 p.m. — NBA Playoffs. Detroit at Atlanta. NBC. cab'e3, 13. BOXING 3 p.m. — Boxing. Arturo Gatti vs. Calvin 'Silky" Groves, olher bouts TEA. CBS, cable 12. FOOTBALL 9 a.m. — World League Football, Barcelona at London, IX. cable 28. GOLF 1 p.m. — LPGA Golf, Sprint Titleholders Championship, CBS. cable 12. 1 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf, Bruno's Memorial Classic. ESPN, cable 38. 3 p.m. — PGA Goll. Houston Open, ABC. cabin 10. HOCKEY 1 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, teams TBA, FOX, ca- bio 4. 7. 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Edmonton at Colorado. ESPN2. cable 39. SOCCER 2 p.m. — MLS Scccor. Los Angeles at New York-New Jersey, Univislon. cable 58. TENNIS 1 p.m. — Men's tennis, AT&T Challenge, FSN. cable 55. RADIO BASEBALL 12:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball, NY Yankees al Kansas City. KSAL. 1150-AM. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Friday's results New Jersey 2, NY Rangers 0, New Jersey leads series 1-0 Detroit 2, Anaheim 1 (ot), Detroit leads series 1-0 Colorado 5, Edmonton 1, Colorado leads series 1 -0 Saturday's result Philadelphia 5, Buffalo 3, Philadelphia leads series 1-0 Sunday's games NY Rangers al New Jersey, 1 p.m. Anaheim at Detroit, 1 p.m. Edmonton at Colorado, 6:30 p.m. Football KSU spring game WHITE 28, PURPLE 5 GAME IN STATS W P First downs 24 9 Rushes-yards 40-176 35-62 Passing yards 255 76 Comp-Att-lnl 19-33-1 10-19-1 Total plays-yards 73-431 54-138 Fumhles-lost 2-1 3-1 Penalties-yards 3-15 4-15 Punls-Avg 3-35 7-41.1 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: W: Lawrence 13-72; Charles 1144, Beasley 3-31; Goolsby 8-24, Helm 3-12, Allen 1-2, Young 1-1. P: Claybon 11-26, Charles 12-19. Helm 1-12, Beasley 2-9, Lawrence 2-6, Payne 1-4. Gangwich 1-2. Vtoricksen, 2-{-6); Lund 3-(-10). PASSING: W: Helm 12-21-1,126; Beasley 711-0. 129; Vicricksen, 0-1-0, 0. P: Lund 5-7-1, 41; Beasley 4-5-0,27; Milne 1-3-0,8; Vldricksen 0-4-0.0. RECEIVING: W: Grosdider 3-73; Burnett 5-61; Swift 2-32; Lawrence 1-25, Allen 2-20, Hackney 2-18, Robinson 2-17. Gangwish 1-7, Charles 12. P: Claybon 2-14, Gangwish 2-14, Perles 2-14, Charles 1-6, Houston 1-10, Lawrence 1-10, • Wight 1-8. PUNTING: W: McVey 2-62, Garcia 1-43. P: Garcia 4-182, McVey 3-106. SCORING SUMMARY Purple 5000-5 , While 0 14 14 0-28 First Quarter - P — Safety, 7:38. .'•' P — Rheem 47 field goal, 4:00. Second Quarter -. W — Lawrence 1 run (Gramalica kick), 6:51. : W — Burnett 16 pass from Beasley (Rheem .' kick), 2:41. Third Quarter ;. W —Goolsby 2 run (Urban kick), 9:07. . W — Goolsby 1 run (Gramatlca kick). 3:06. Baseball Detroit at Atlanta. 2 p.m. NBA summaries SONICS116, SUNS 92 PHOENIX (92) Chapman 6-13 1-2 16. Person 10-19 1-2 26, Williams 1-2 1-2 3. Johnson 8-27 3-3 20. Kidd 712 0-0 17. Ceballos 0-2 0-0 0. Bryant 1-2 0-0 2, Manning 4-8 0-0 8, Nash 0-10-00, Brown 0-1 00 0. Tolals 37-87 6-9 92. SEATTLE (116) Kemp 6-12 9-11 21. Schrempl 9-14 2-2 24. Cummings 2-3 2-2 6. HawV.ins 4-91-1 9, Payton 7-26 4-4 19, Perkins 6-9 2-3 15, Wingate 6-7 419. Graham 0-1 1-2 1, Stewart 1-1 0-0 2. To- 1541-8225-31 116, hwnht 23 18 32 19— 92 Seattle 33 30 18 35—116 3-Point goals—Phoenix 12-31 (Person 5-10, dd 3-5. Chapman 3-7. Johnson 1-5, Manning 1, Nash 0-1. Ceballos 0-2). Seattle 9-25 jchrempf 4-6, Wingale 3-3, Perkins 1-2, Payton 9. Kemp 0-1. Hawkins 0-4). Fouled out- one. Rebounds—Phoenix 44 (Person. Kidd B), saltle 56 (Kemp 11). Assists—Phoenix 19 Sdd 7), Seattle 29 (Payton 10). Total louls— hoenix 24, Seattle IB. A—17,072 (17.072). Friday's gams LAKERS 95, BLAZERS 91 LA LAKERS (95) Korry 1-6 4-4 6, Campbell 8-16 11-12 27, O'Neal 9-19 9-11 27, Jones 3-8 8-10 15. Van xel 4-13 3-411, Knighl 1-1 0-0 2. Kersey 2-5 37. Scott 0-1 0-0 0. Tolals 28-69 38-44 95. 'ORTLAND (91) C.Robinson 5-13 1-2 12, Wallace 10-14 0-0 . Sabonis 10-16 2-2 23, Anderson 1-8 4-4 6, der 4-10 7-7 16. Dudley 0-2 2-2 2, Trent 2-6 59. Augmon 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 33-72 21-24 91. A Laken 21 23 24 27—95 .rtland 19 30 25 17-91 3-Polnl goals—Los Angeles 1-11 (Jones 1-4, colt 0-1. Van Exel 0-3. Horry 0-3), Portland 4- j (Wallace 1-1, Sabonis 1-3, Rider 1-3, Robinson 1-4. Trent 0-1. Anderson 0-4). ouled out—Wallace. Rebounds—Los Angeles (Horry, S.O'Neal. Van Exel, Kersey 8). Port- nd 43 (Sabonis 10). Assists—Los Angeles 16 ones, Van Exel 5), Portland 20 (Anderson 5). olal fouls—Los Angeles 25, Portland 30. Tech- cals—Los Angeles Illegal defense 4. A— .538(21.500). Big 12 linescores KANSAS STATE 24, KANSAS 11 Kansas State 000 582 036—24 20 6 Kansas 103 201 031—11 10 6 1 WP—Blounl (3-1). LP—Bailey (4-3). HR— KS: Fereday, Sommerhauser. Poepard. Marn, Loudabarger; K: Juday, Wilmes. TEXAS 4, NEBRASKA 3 , Texas 001 000 300—4 6 1 Nebraska 010 100 100—3 7 1 • WP—Adaru (3-2). LP—Bearingor (3-3). S— French (10). HR—T: Simpson; N: Seacs. MISSOURI 12, IOWA STATE 10 Iowa Slate 030 003 022—10 11 1 Missoun 031 421 lOx—12 12 1 WP—Stme (8-7). LP—Waldron (3-1). HR—I Jones, Ufllman, McDonough, O'Brien; M Scfiwieder. WICHITA STATE 14, BRADLEY 3 Wichita Stale 10001129—14 90 Bradley 000 030 00 — 3 62 WP — Kratll (10-3). LP — Lusk (2-4). Save - Bauer (3). 2B — WS: Davis, Patrick, Reese B: Gnak, Saallrank, Schallur. HR — WS Davis, Ryan WICHITA STATE 14, BRADLEY 2 Wich.ta SUle 002600024— 14 170 BMdley 000002000— 2 84 WP - Foral (9-3). LP — Beck (3-5). 2B — WS. Ryan, Hooper, Soransen; B; Saallrank. 3B - 0 Wold State college FORT HAYS STATE 6 NORTHERN COLORADO 2 Forl Hays Stale 000 100 5 - 6 12 0 . Northern Colorado 000 002 0 - 2 10 . WP - Field (3-1). LP - Bondurant (7-2). 2B 1 — FH- j.ValoiH. Nicholas, Maler; NO: Andre Ott. 3B — FH: Ysac, NC: Yourtg. FORT HAYS STATE 19 NORTHERN COLORADO 15 .'; Foil Hays SUle 511 053 4 - 19 22 '.•Northern Colorado 322 201 5 - 15 22 • WP — Cleveland (4-3). LP — Wagner (5-1). •;' - Field (8). 2B - FH: Nicholas; NC: Andre ! Ott, Jackson, Terch, China. HR — FH: J.Valdc 2, Mulier; NC: Davis. NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Beatof-S) Friday, May 2 Atlanta 94. Detroit 82, series tied 2-2 *' LA Lakers 85, Portland 91, LA Lakers win se nos'3-l Saturday, May 3 ' Soaltie 11 C, Phoenix 92, Seattle wins series '';> Sunday, May 4 O^indo at Miami. 11;30 a.m. MBA today Sunday, May 4 SCOREBOARD Orlando at Miami (11:30 a.m. COT). The Or- ndo Magic, without the in|ured Horace Grant nd Rony Selkaly. and the Heal close out their st-round series. STARS Friday Steve Smith, Hawks, had 28 points and sev- n rebounds In Atlanta's 94-82 win over Detroil. • Shaquille O'Neal and Elden Campbell, Lak•s, scored 27 points apiece in a 95-91 Los An- eles win al Portland. SUPERB IN DEFEAT Detroit's Grant Hill scored 28 points in Friday ght's 94-82 loss to Atlanta. STEPPING BACK Atlanta's Steve Smith made five of six 3-point•s in Friday night's 94-82 win over Detroit. STRANGE Orlando's Penny Hardaway became the first to core 40 or more points in consecutive NBA ayofl games in which his team has scored less an 100. Hardaway scored 42 points In Tues- ay night's 88-75 win, and 41 in Thursday ght's 99-91 win. SHOOTING FROM THE LINE The LA. Lakers made 10 consecutive free irows In the final two minutes of Friday night's 5-91 win at Portland. They finished 38-ior-44 al line, Including 17-for-20 in the fourth quarter. haquille O'Neal, a 48 percent free-throw shoot- r this season, was 9-(or-11. STREAKS Portland, eliminated from the playoffs with Fri- ay night's 95-91 loss to the L.A. Lakers, have een knocked out In the first round lor live Iraighl years. SWINGS Portland's Kenny Anderson, who shot 9-foM1 or 30 points in Wednesday night's win. was 1- or-8 lor six points in Friday night's 95-91 loss to he L.A. Lakers. SPEAKING "Whoever decided to hand out clackers, lire lal dude. I concentrated more on my free hrows tonight, and It was great to make them In he clutch." — Shaquille O'Neal, after making Ine of 11 free throws in Friday night's 95-91 win t Portland, as the Lakers won the first-round sees 3-1. The Blazers handed out 10,000 'Shag ackers," little clacking devices, to try to inflate le Lakers, especially at the foul line. Golf PGA scores THE WOODLANDS, Texas (AP) — Scores aturday alter the third round of the $1.6 million Houston Open, played on the 7,042-yard, par-72 PC at The Woodlands: <evin Sutherland 68-72-66—206 hllBlackmar 68-71-67—206 erry Kelly 70-68-69—207 .P. Hayes 73-72-64—209 >cott Hoch 73-68-68—209 Brent Geiberger 72-69-69—210 red Couples 69-69-72—210 Craig Parry 71-66-73—210 ohn Morse 68-74-69—211 im Carter 73-68-70—211 'red Funk 69-72-70—211 HalSutton 68-72-71—211 David Duval 65-71-75—211 David Ogrin 69-68-74—211 Molan Henke 73-71-68—212 Neal Lancaster 71-72-69—212 Mike Reid 7349-70—212 Larry Rinker 72-69-71—212 Steve Elkington 69-74-70—213 Wayne Levl 75-67-71—213 Vi|ay Singh 71-71-71—213 John Cook 72-70-71—213 Justin Leonard 71-74-68—213 irantWaite 68-72-73—213 iurtis Strange 67-72-74—213 PaulGoydos 72-71-71—214 LannyWadkins 73-70-71—214 Mike Hulbert 73-70-71—214 Lee Rinker 71-72-71—214 Tom Kite 71-73-70—214 Billy Andrade 74-68-72—214 Robert Gamez 72-70-72—214 David Sutherland 69-72-73—214 Scott McCarron 72-74-68—214 Ronnie Black 72-70-73—215 Greg Twiggs 74-68-73—215 Tom Pernlce Jr. 75-66-74—215 Lonnle Clements 71-73-72—216 Brad Fabel 73-68-75—216 Duffy Waldorf 72-74-70—216 Mark Brooks 69-75-73—217 Doug Martin 76-69-72—217 Brelt Quigley 73-72-72—217 Lee Porter 72-73-72—217 Larry Mlze 75-71-71—217 Mike Sullivan 76-70-71—217 Greg Kraft 76-70-71—217 Willie Wood 70-73-75—218 Robin Freeman 71-71-76—218 Phil Tataurangl 72-72-74—218 John Maginnes 74-71-73—218 Brad Lardon 74-72-72—218 OmarUresti 76-70-72—218 John Wilson 73-73-72—218 Tom Byrum 72-73-74—219 Joel Edwards 71-72-77—220 Brian Henninger 71-71-78—220 Craig Kanada 74-71-75—220 Brad Bryant 74-72-74—220 Jeff Hart 74-72-74—220 Billy Ray Brown 74-72-74—220 Jeff Maggert 74-72-74—220 Ed Dougherty 74-70-77—22' Patrick Burke 73-73-75—22 Craig Bowden 76-70-75—22 D.A. Welbrlng 72-71-79—222 Steve Hart 74-70-78—222 Bruce Lletzke 74-72-76—222 Payne Stewart 74-72-76—222 Jim Gallagher 75-71-78—22 Rafael Alarcon 76-70-82—22 Seniors scores BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Scores Saturda alter the second round of the $1.15 mittior Bruno's Memorial Classic, played over th 6.967-yard, par 72 (36-36) Greystone Count Club: Jay Sigel 68-67—13 Bob Eastwood 70-68-138 Halelrwin 71-68—13 Gil Morgan 67-72—13 J.C. Snead 72-68—14 John Schroeder 70-70—14 IsaoAokl 69-71—14 Chi Chi Rodriguez 72-69—14 TonyJacklin 72-69—14 Bob Charles 68-73—14 John 0. Morgan 69-72—14 Harold Honning 73-69—14 Bob Mgrphy 72-.7.0—14 Today's schedule SUNDAY, MAY 4 BASEBALL NY Yankees at Kansas City. 1:05 p.m. GOLF Saline County Four-Ball Match Play Tournament at Elks Country Club, 8 a.m. SOFTBALL Dodge City at Brown Mackle, 1 p.m. aham Marsh 72-70--142 Ian Barnes 75-67—142 riy Gilbert 72-70—142 m Colbert 70-72—142 mShaw 68-74—142 Her Barber 73-70—143 alt Morgan 70-73—143 ank Conner 73-71—144 rryDill 73-71—1« keMcCullough 72-72—144 mmy Aaron 72-72—144 eveVeriato 71-73—144 Gelberger 70-74—144 ckKlefer 73-72-145 Dent 75-70—145 ave Stockton 72-73—145 Dcky Thompson 72-73—145 mWeiskopI 73-73—146 dAllin 74-72—146 cenle Fernandez 72-74—146 llSowles 75-71—146 ave Eichelberger 76-70—146 iWitt Weaver 71-75—146 ruce Summerhays 71-75—146 ale Douglass 73-74—147 ruceCrampton 73-74—147 harlesCoody 72-75—147 3b Leaver 76-71—147 ugh Balocchl 76-71—147 eorge Archer 79-68—147 keHIII 73-75—14C uddyWhitten 74-74—148 mon Hobday 74-74—148 rryLaorettl 74-74—148 hn Jacobs 75-73—148 bby Gilbert 75-73—148 hn Bland 75-73—148 avid Graham 76-72—148 alter Zembrlskl 77-71—148 one Littler 70-78—148 utch Balrd 78-70—148 ubert Green 73-76—149 •tyMcGee 74-75-149 ck Acton 76-73—149 emit Zarley 76-73—149 on Bies 71-78—149 obDickson 74-76—150 imesLovelle 73-77—150 ick Hondrickson 75-76—151 rville Moody 75-76—151 on January 79-72—151 ennls Cosclna 76-76—152 alvlnPeete 77-75—152 kibbySlroble 77-75—152 ee Elder 75-78—153 lob E. Smith 76-77—153 avid Oakley 76-80—156 ay Brewer 77-79—156 race Devlin 75-82—157 3obby Nichols 80-77—157 m Albus 77-82—159 eginald Golden 78-81—159 ou Graham 81-80—161 Larry Mowry 84-80—164 LPGA scores DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Scores Sat- rday during the suspended third round o! the 1.2 million Sprint Titleholders Championship, layed on the 6,363-yard, par-72 LPGA Intema- onal Course; ancy Lopez 70-70-66—206 <arrieWebb 68-71-69—208 lura Davles 73-68-68—209 henri Stelnhauer 71-70-68—209 )awn Coe-Jones 70-71-63—209 athryn Marshall 72-68-70—210 nnika Sorenstam 71-69-70—210 ,olleen Walker 69-71-70—210 :indy Schreyer 69-71-70—210 llraml Kobayashl 68-72-70—210 vlichelle Estill 68-71-71—210 oanPitcock 72-71-68—211 Hollis Stacy 73-69-69—211 ulilnkster 71-70-70—211 rfsh Johnson 68-71-72—211 ivaDahllof 74-70-68—212 VmyBenz 71-73-68—212 VendyDoolan 70-72-70—212 )eb Richard 69-72-71—212 Isa Walters 68-73-71—212 :hris Johnson 72-68-72—212 Irandie Burton 70-70-72—212 dissie Berteotti 69-71-72—212 ate Golden 68-72-72—212 lelen Dobson 74-70-69—213 :indy Figg-Currier 72-72-69—213 land Bowen 70-73-70—213 rikaWicotl 70-72-71—213 iron Weiss 68-74-71—213 dary Beth Zimmerman 75-69-70—214 lachel Hetherington 73-71-70—214 at Hurst 72-72-70—214 iselotte Neumann 73-70-71—214 IsaKlggens 73-70-71—214 oanne Mortey 72-70-72—214 Stefania Grace 72-70-72—214 Donna Andrews 70-71-73—214 Laura Brown 74-70-71—215 Lauri Morten 71-73-71—215 Luciana Bemvenutl 75-68-72—215 Alice Miller 72-71-72—215 Wendy Ward 72-71 -72—215 JanaDormann 69-73-73—215 Marianne Morris 68-73-74—215 'attlUscio 68-72-75—215 Kim Saikl 76-68-72—216 Erika Hayashlda 75-68-73—216 Sally Litlle 73-70-73—216 Jane Geddes 70-73-73—216 Alicia Dlbos 69-74-73—216 AmyFiuhwirth 73-69-74—216 Lorte Kane 74-70-73—217 Rosie Jones 73-71-73—217 Jenny Lldback 71-73-73—217 BarbMucha 72-71-74—217 Gall Graham 72-71-74—217 CrlstieKerr 72-71-74—217 'at Bradley 70-72-75—217 lathy Johnston-Forbes 73-71-74—218 Mitzi Edge 75-69-75-219 Tina Barrett 74-70-75—219 Nancy Harvey 68-76-75—219 Sherri Turner 75-69-76—220 County results SALINE COUNTY FOUR BALL MATCH PLAY At Elk* Country Club Championship Flight Saturday's results Quarterfinals - Robertson-Mitchell del Schneider-Lambert, 4 and 3; Simpson-McArthu def. Cline-Sanchez, 3 and 2; Jensen-Ryan de Scheibmelr-Plumer, 5 and 4; Rlddle-Newell de Hedge-McMurray, 3 and 2. Semlllnals - Robertson-Mitchell del. Simpson McArthur, 1-up; Jensen-Ryan def. Riddle Newell, 1-up. Today's match Championship - Robertson-Mitchell vs Jensen-Ryan, 8:26 a.m. (36 holes). First Flight Saturday's results Play-in match - Tlngen-Robbins del. Rudolph Chiles, 6 and 4. Quarterfinals - Agulrre-Ostmeyer def, Tlngen Robblns, 4 and 2; Slalnbrock-Zlegler def. Mac Donald-Montoya, 6 and 3; Broughton-Crowe def. Chaffee-Wemer, 3 and 2; Smith-lngrass def. Bucholz-Knlpp, 1-up. Semifinal - Smlth-lngrassla del, Broughtoi Crowell, 1-up. Today's matchas Semilinal - Agulrre-Ostmeyer vs. Stainbroo Zieglei, 8:07am. Championship - Smith-lngrassla vs. semllin winner, TBA. Horse racing Derby winners KENTUCKY DERBY WINNERS 1875— Arlstides 1876 — Vagrant 1677 — Baden Baden 1878 —Day Sttr 1879 — Lord Murphy 1880 —Fonso 1881 — Hindoo 1882 — Apollo 1883 — Leonatus 1884 — Buchanan 1885 —Joe Cotton 1886 —Ben All 1887 — Montrose 1888 — MacBethll 1889 —Spokane 1890 — Riley 1891 — Kingman 1892 —Azra 1893 — Lookout 1894 — Chant 1895 —Halma 1896 — 18971898•- 18991900 — 1901 — 1902 — 1903 — 1904 — 19051906 — 1907 — 1908 — 1909 — 1910 — 1911 — 1912 — 1913 — 1914 — 1915 — 1916 — 1917 — 1918 — 1919 — 1920 — 1921 — 1322 — 1923 — 1924 — 1925 — 1926 — 1927 — 1928 — 1929 — 1930 — 1931 — 19321933 — 19341935- 1936 — 19371938 — 19391940- 19411942- 19431944- 19451946- 19471948- 19491950- 19511952- 19531954- 19551956- 19571958- 19591960- 19611962- 19631964- 19651966- 19671968- 19691970- 19711972- 19731974- 19751976- 19771978- 19791980- 19811982- 1983.1984- 19851986- 19871988- 19891990- 19911992- 19931994- 19951996- 1997- Ben Brush Typhoon II Plaudit Manuel Lieut. Gibson His Eminence Alan-a-Dale Judge Himes Elwood Agile Sir Huon Pink Star Stone Street Winlergreen Donau Merldan Worth Donerail Old Rosebud Regret George Smith Omar Khayyam Exterminator Sir Barton Paul Jones Behave Yourself Morvich Zev Black Gold Flying Ebony Bubbling Over Whiskery Reigh Count Clyde Van Dusen Gallant Fox Twenty Grand Burgoo King Brokers Tip Cavalcade - Omaha - Bold Venture - War Admiral - Lawrin - Johnstown - Gallahadion - Whirlaway - Shut Out - Count Fleet - Pensive - Hoop, Jr. - Assault - Jet Pilot - Citation - Ponder - Middleground - Count Turf - Hill Gail - Dark Star - Determine - Swaps - Needles - Iron Liege - Tim Tam - Tomy Lee - Venetian Way - Carry Back - Decidedly - Chateaugay - Northern Dancer - Lucky Debonair - Kaua! King - Proud Clarion - Forward Pass - Majestic Prince - Dust Commander - Canonero II - Riva Ridge - Secretariat - Cannonade - Foolish Pleasure - Bold Forbes - Seattle Slew - Affirmed - Spectacular Bid - Genuine Risk - Pleasant Colony - Gato del Sol - Sunny's Halo - Swale - Spend A Buck - Ferdinand - Alysheba - Winning Colors - Sunday Silence - Unbridled - Strike the Gold - Lil E. Tee - Sea Hero - Go For Gin - Thunder Gulch - Grindstone - Silver Charm Tennis State men BVN. dof. Lull-Lull, Man. 9-0 First round: Dickouon-P.inchal, BVN. tiyc. Ackpripan-Altm.in, H. def Schoenrack-Pinaire. JC. 7-1; O'Hara-Welsh, SC-C. o>f. Barlow-Klolz. Man. 7-3; Burt-Bittenger, SS. det Havens- HulsQ. Mac, 7-5: Nguyen-Guimaraes, L, def. Lohmyer-Wilson. SC-B. 7-3; Wesley-Peck. GB. def Duark-Schmir.ke. DC, 7-2: Knoll-Buyse, SS- B, del. Reynolds-Dosbien. Ab, 7-4; Huseman- Lamb. SC. bye Brown-Heidebrecht, Mac, bye; Rehdar-Kilch. GB. def. Sliechen-Schwartz, SC-D, 7-0; Calh- carl-Rake • Alsop, SC-C. del Price-Livengood, SS-B. 7-2; Hom-Schulte, SS, def. Giang-Vo. L. 0: C. Wilson-Hoffman, SC. def. Clifford Paule. X 7-2: Goldsmith-Sheern, Ab, def. Nguyen- 'Mine, DC, 7-2; Lull-Lull. Man, def. Lund-J. Wil- n, SC, 7-2: B. Kembell-Waltz. BVN, bye. CLAY CENTER INVITATIONAL Team scores Chapman 35. Concord'a 35, Marysville 33. ipeka Hayclen 30, Clay Cenler 20, Wamego '. BHIevilifl 3, Atchison 0. Singles No. 1 — 1. Suddarth. Topeka Hayden. det. haley. Chapman, 8-2; 3. Hone, Marysville, def. eking. Concordia, 8-1. No. 2 — 1. Pieper. hanman. def. DoSilva. Topeka Haydon, 8-7 (7: 3. Deal. Concordia. def. Kramer, Marysville. 2. Doubles o. 1 — 1. Bombardier-Bombardier, Concor- a, def Young-Greene, Clay Center, 8-1; 3. eler-Sandstrom, Marysville, def Dpeds-Plan- msliel, Chapman, 8-5. No. 2 — 1 Ryan-Dumermuth, Marysville. def. Glynn-Glynn, ampgo, 8-5; 3. Ragsdaie-Porubokey. Topeka ayden. def. Brooks-Holloway, Chapman, 8-4. Track & field KANSAS CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Team scores Bethel 115, Bethany 98, Tabor 76. McPherson 48, Friends 39, Storting 27, Southwestern Singles No. 1 — 1. Gil, Bethel; 2. Penner, Tabor; 3. Ricci, Friends. No. 2 — 1. Drew, Bethel; 2 Ptacek, Bethany, 3. Barnes, Friends. No. 3 — 1. VanPell, Bethel; 2. Walker, Bethany; 3. Thomas, Tabor. No. 4 — 1. Brodhagen. Bethel; 2. Nol son, Bethany; 3. Walter. Tabor. No. 5 — 1 Overbeck, Bethany; 2. Widener, Bethel; 3. Saucedo, Tabor. No. 6 — 1. Holzworth, Bethel; 2. Cross, Bethany; 3. Unruh, Tabor. Doubles No. 1 — 1. Drew-Gill, Bethel; 2. Nelson-Net son, Bethany; 3. Penner-Grat, Tabor. No. 2 — 1. Brodhagen-VanPolt, Bethel; 2. Cross-Walker Bethany; 3. Boyer-Stratton. McPherson. No.! — 1. Palmqulst-Ptacek, Bethany; 2. Holzworth- Widener, Bethel; 3. Unruh-Walter, Tabor. High school SALINA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL Team scores Blue Valley North 152, Salina Central 92 McPherson 62, Salina South 47, Southeast o Saline 26, Junction City 23, Liberal 23, Manhat tan 22, Salina Central C 20, Abilene 14, Hays 13, Dodge City 12, Great Bend 7, Salina Centra B 6, Salina South B 6. Salina Central D 1. Singles Championship: Stroer, SC, def. DeKinder BVN, 4-6, 6-4. 6-3. Third place: S. Kembel BVN, del. Currle, SES, 9-3. Filth place: John son, Mac, del. Heck, JC. default. Semifinal*: Stroer, SC, del. Kembell, BVN, 7 5,6-1; DeKinder. BVN. def. Currie, SES, 6-3, 6 2. Quarterfinals: Stroer, SC, def. Holirnan. Man 9-1; Kembell, BVN. del. Do. DC, 9-2; Currie SES, def. Peterson, SS, 9-4; DeKinder, BVN del. Johnson, Mac. 9-3. Second round: Stroer, SC, del. Hardy, SC-B 9-0; Hoffman, Man, del. Penner, Mac, 9-8 (7-3 Do, DC, del. Koepnl, SC, 9-6; Kembell. BVN del. Kim, JC. 9-0' Ji.nln, SES, del. Tieperman DC, 9-0; Peterson Si. <lef. Breeden, H. 9-3 Johnson, Mac, del. Heck, JC, 9-3; DeKinde BVN, del. West, Ab, 9-0. First round: Stroer. SC, bye; Hardy, SC-B del. Tripp, SS-B, 7-2; Hotlman, Man, def. Roth . SS, 7-2; Penner, Mac, def. Duncan, Ab. 7-0; Do DC, del. Sprock. H, 7-2; Koeppl, SC, del. Alum an, SC-C, 7-0; Kim. JC. del. Helnrich, GB. ?• Kembell, BVN, del. Ranker, L, 7-0. Currie. SES, del. Zainali, L, 7-0; Tioperman DC, del. Kissenger, SC-C, 7-2; Breeden, H, de Dellinger. SC-B. 7-1; Peterson, SS. del. Price GB, 7-0; Heck, JC, del. Feyerherm. SS-B, 7-3 Johnson, Mac, del Welser, SC-D, 7-0; Wes Ab. def. Wienandl. Man. 7-6: DeKinder, BVN bye. Doubles Championship: Dickerson-Panchal, BVN del. B. Kembell-Waltz, BVN, 3-6, 6-1. 7-6 (7-5 Third place: Huseman-Lamb, SC, del. Brown Heidebrechl, Mac. 9-4. Filth place: Nguyen Gulmaraes, L, del. Horn-Schulte, SS, 8-4. Semifinals: Dickerson-Panchal. BVN. de Huseman-Lamb, SC. 6-0, 6-3; B. Kembel Waltz. BVN, del. Brown-Heldebrecht, Mac. 6-4 7-5. Quarterfinals: Dickoison-Panchal, BVN, de O'Hara-Wolsh, SC-C, 9-0; Husoman-Lamb, SC del. Nguyen-Guimaraes, L, 9-2; Brown-Heide brechl, Mac. def. Horn-Schulle. SS, 9-6; B. Kern bell-Waltz, BVN, del. C. Wilson-Hoffman, SC. 9 1. Second round: Dickorson-Panclial, BVN, do Ackeiman-Altman, H, 9-0; O'Hara-Welsh, SC-C def. Burl-Blttongei, SS, 9-5; Nguye Guirnaraes, L, del Wesley-Peck, GB, 9-3; Huse nan-Lamb, SC, del. Knoll-Buyse. SS-B, 9- Brown-Heidebiectil, Mac, def. Rehdar-Kilcl GB, 9-2; Horn-Schulte, SS, del, Cathcart-Rake Alsup, SC-C, 9-2; C. Wilson-Hoffman, SC. de Goldsrnilh-Sheein. Ab. 9-4; B. State college ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE At Gunnlsori, Colo. MEN Team scores Adams State 216, Fort Hays Slate 171, West- m Stale 128. Nebraska-Kearney 59, Colorado lines 36, Chadron Slate 8. Fort Hays State results High Jump — 2. Anderson, 6-8 "i: 3. Zogle- lan, 6-8'';. Shot put — 1. Hawks, 56-3; 4. fanning. 51-9. 400m relay — 2. Fort Hays tale. 40.97. 110m hurdles — 4. Eck, 15.07. 00m dash — 6. Land, 48.06. Discus — 1. awks, 167-6.100m dosh — 1. Powell, 10.67; . Harge. 13 35. Triple |ump — 1. Eck, 48-4 "i ; . Lange. 46-3. Polo vault — 1. Ford, 16-1; 3. latzlaff. 146-V;; 4. Hilgers, 14-14. 200m dash — 4. Powell, 21.87.400m hurdles — 3. Kolarik, 5.64. Hammer throw — 3. Hawks. 169-7. ong |ump — 1. Lang. 23-8'/i; 2. Eck, 23-7V<; . Reed, 22-11. Javelin — 2. Bowman, 189-6; . Starr. 175-8: 4. Evans, 167-4. 10,000m run — 6. Fouls, 36:15. Steeplechase — 4. Wichael. 0:13.87; 5. McCullough, 10:22.33.1,600m rely— t. Fort Hays State, 3:16.11. WOMEN Team scores Adams State 199, Western Slate 151, Fort lays State 120, Nebraska-Kearney 95, Col- redo Mines 12. Chadron Stale 2. Fort Hays State results Shot put — 4. Zaborkrtsky. 43-2; 5. Hill, 40-5. ,500m run — 6. Green, 5:00.02. 100m dash — 6. Delong, 13.30. Discus — 3. William, 133; 5. Rahim, 130-4; 6. Zabortkrsky, 125-0. Triple ump — 1. Brush, 38-3%; 4. Nylund, 35-7'A. 00m relay — 4. Fort Hays Slate. 49.28.100m urdles — 1. Brush, 14.50; 4. Nylund, 15.69. 00m run — 6. Russell, 2:23.00. High lump — . Delong, 5-4'A; 4. Koeler, 5-4Vi; 5. Eck. 5%. 400m dash — 5. Numberg, 58.83. Hamlor throw — 3. Nichol, 133-3; 6. Rahim, 127-2. Long lump — 2. Brush, 18-9'/<; 3. Nylund, 18- Vi. Javelin — 1. Johnson, 145-1; 2. Lyne. 45-0; 5. Duell, 112-4.10,000m run — 2. West, ,0:45.00. 3,000m run — 5. Weatherman, 1:07.95.1,600m relay — 4. Fort Hays State, -:09.38. Juco results NJCAA REGION VI MEET At Great Bend MEN Team scores Barton County 148, Hutchinson 129'/z, Garden City 125, Butler County 111 VS. Johnson :ounty 98, Cloud County 66'A, Dodge City 58, Colby 3f'/S. Allen County 31, Neosho County 5, Cofleyville 13, Kansas City 12, Pratt 8, High' and 5, Haskell 4. Cloud County, Colby results 3,200m relay — 6. Cloud County, 8:39.88. 400m relay — 4. Cloud County 41.9. 1,500m irn — 3. Maritim. Cloud County, 3:58.3.1,600m elay — 3. Cloud County, 3:14.5. Steeplechase — 3. Oslerhaus. Colby, 9:55.7. 400m hurdles — 2. Small, Cloud County 52.7; 4. Haynes, Cloud County, 53.2. 5. Marilim. Cloud County, 4:49.0. Long jump — 3. Golf, Colby, 22-1. Pole vault — 4. Grelg, Colby, 13-6. Javelin 2. Wisdom, Concordia, 210-5; 6. VanHorn. Cloud County. 176-7. High jump — 4. Dinkel, Colby. 6-8; 6. Robinson, Cloud County, 6-6. WOMEN Team scores Barton County 210, Hutchinson 120V'z, Colby 05 Vi, Cloud County 95, Garden City 78. Johnson County 59'A, Highland 47VS, Allen County 32, Kansas City 16, Cotfeyvllle 15, Butler Coun- y 8, Pratt 8, Haskell 6, Dodge City 5, Neosho County 4. Cloud County, Colby results Shot put — 2. Mertens, Cloud County, 37- 9V4; 5. Dunn, Colby, 35-7'/<. High jump — 5 Dunn, Colby, 4-10, Discus — 4. Martens, Cloud County. 126-1; 5. Kublk, Cloud County, 121-3 5,000m run — 3. Burgess, Colby. 19:57.7; 4 Hein, Colby, 20:51.4; 5. McAsey, Cloud County 20:59.0. 3,200m relay — 2. Cloud County 10:49.5; 3. Colby, 11:00.2. 400m relay — 3 Cloud County. 51.3.100m hurdles — 5. Dunn Colby, 16.0.400m hurdles — 3. Gibson, Clouc County, 1:08.9. 3,000m run — 2. Hoyt, Colby 11:02.0; 4. Schoshke, Colby, 11;37.0; 5. Hein Colby. 11:50.5; 6. McAsey, Cloud County 11:54.5. 10,000m run — 1. Hoyt, Colby 43.31.1; 2. Burgess, Colby, 43:37.5.1,500m run — 3. Walqulsl, Colby, 4:51.6.400m dash — 2 Womplan, Cloud County, 55.9.200m dash — 2 Wamplan, Cloud County, 24.8.1,600m relay — 3. Colby, 4:19.0; 4. Cloud County, 4:20.2. Junior high DERBY INVITATIONAL Salina results BOYS 8th grade Team scores Goddard 113, Derby 101, McPherson 83. Roo sevell-Llncoln 79, Salina South 50, Andover 37 Prairie Hills 30. Individual results High lump - 2. Lebahn. RL. 5-2; 4. Maxwel SS, 4-10. Discus - 6. Roberts, RL, 107-3. Lon jump - 2. Smith, RL, 17-8 'A. 1600m relay - i Roosevelt-Lincoln (Moos. Lebahn, Egan. Bai nelt), 4:13.20. 400m dash - 2. Egan, RL 1:00.05. 3200m run - 4. Moos, RL, 11:56.00 110m hurdles - 2. Hutchinson, RL, 15.2 100m dash - I. Smith. RL, 11.87; 6. Worthing ton, RL, 12.68. 1600m run - 3. Barnelt, Rl 5:19.26.800m run - 3. MayviHe. SS, 2:28.00; 4 Gary, RL, 2:30.37. 200m dash - 1. Russle, S: 24.11; 2. Smllti, RL, 24.62. 75m hurdles - 5 Bixlay, SS, 16:11.400m relay - 1. Salina South (McGrew, Xaykone, Haden, Russell), 49.88 800m relay - 2. Salina South (McQrew Kurchick. Haden. Russell), 1:45.22. 800m med ley relay - 4. Salina South (Carter, Maxwe Xaykone, Kurchick), 4:23.04. 7th grade Team scores Derby 129, Prairie Hills 93, Goddard 78, Roo seven-Lincoln 43, McPherson 43, Andover 3! Salina Soulh 38. Individual results 100m dash -4. Elsea, RL, 13.18:6. Johnso RL, 13.52. 200m dash - 3. Elsoa. RL, 27.11; • Thompson, SS. 27.13. 800m run - 6. Allen, Rl 2:39.74. Lono lump - 2. Payne. RL. 16-6.400I relay - 2. Roosevelt-Lincoln (Elsea, Payn< Smith, Johnson), 52.84; 4. Salina South (Gn ham, Meyer. Mulier, Phan). 53:46.00. 800m relay - 1. Roosevelt-Lincoln (Chronlsler, Payn Smith. Johnson), 1:51.42; 3. Salina Sou (Phan. Graham, Rathlel, Thompson), 1:52.04 Uedkiy relay - 2. Salina Soulh (Phan, Graham Thompson, Ralhlef), 2:01.23; 4. Roosevelt-LI coin, 2:03.10. 1600m run - 4. Ferguson. S 5:38.00.1600rn relay - 5. Salina South (Coo er, Meyer, Rathlef, Ferguson), 4:33.94. Shot pi - 2. Mulier, SS, 35-6; 5. Birchfield, SS, 35-0 V, GIRLS 6th grade Team scores McPherson 173, Goddard 70, Salina South 6 Derby 60, Pralris Hills 37, Andover 33, Rot sevelt-Lincoln3t. Individual results 100m hurdles - 5. Fox. HL, 18.01. 200 dish - 3. Lane, HL. 29.32. 1600m run Ross, SS, 5:58.00; 4. Allen. RL. 6:25.00. Lon jump - Hermann. RL. 14-0. 400m relay Roosevelt-Lincoln (Thompson. Fox, Wake :nn), 55 53; 5. Salina South (Sa^owski. Lorn, Russe'l. Rhodenbaugh). 58.16 800m re- I - -1 Salina South (Runp. Rhodonbaugh alderson, Ross). 2:00.80: 5. Roosevelt-Lincoln lien, Turnquist, Hermann. Lane), 2:01.8. iOOm relay - 4. Roosevelt-Lincoln (Card, arter, Thompson. Fox). 4:57.8 Medley relay Salina Soulh (Lorson, Russell. Saskowski. upp), 2:13.50; 6. Roosevelt-Lincoln (Arm- rang. Roth, Tumquist, Allen). 2:13.88. 3200m n - 2. Denault, SS. 14.01. 100m dash - 4. hondenbaugh, SS, 13.84.800m run - 2. Ross, 42.14. 7th grade Team scores McPherson 138, Prairie Hills 71. Derby 67. An- Dver 63. Goddard 57, Roosevelt-Lincoln 33. llina South 7. Individual results 100m dash - 5. Bowers. RL. 14 3 400m dash 6. Grabner RL, 1:10 56 800m relfiy - 3. Roc- 'veil-Lincoln (Allred, Phannensliol. Brown, owers). 2:06.48. 200m dash - 2. Anderes. RL. 9.32; 3. Bowers, RL. 30 07 800m medley re- y - 4. Roosevelt-Lincoln (Johnston, Strublo. Ired. Grabner). 2:16.10; 6. Salma Soulh (Matson. Pestinger. St. Clair, Conway). 2:25.00. 600m relay - 3. Roosevelt-Lincoln (Phannen- iel. Brown. Al'red, Anderes). 4:55 63.75m hur- es - 5. Pestinger. SS, 19.08. 800m run - 5. afleson. 2:56.80. 400m relay - 6. Salina outh (Easlep. SI. Clair, Schneiber, Gaydusek), 8.94. Discus - 5. Magee. SS. 68-5. Softball State college KANSAS WESLEYAN 9, BETHANY 6 ethany 003 012 000 - 6 8 5 ansas Wesleyan 200 400 003 - 9 10 5 WP — Richey. LP — Boden. 2B — B: Si- oneau; KW: Taylor. 3B — B: Yonally; KW: enton. HR — KW: Belcher. BETHANY 14, OTTAWA 0 tlawa 000 00 - 0 5 3 elhany (10)04 Ox - 14 13 0 WP — Gurney. LP — Belhell. 2B — B: Gurey 2. 3B — B: Gill. KANSAS WESLEYAN 2, BETHANY 1 etnany 000 010 0 - 1 4 1 ansas Wesleyan 000 200 x - 2 4 0 WP — Taylor. LP — Gill. Friday's game KANSAS WESLEYAN 9, OTTAWA 0 Jtlawa 000 00 - 0 3 4 ansas Wesleyan 052 2x - 9 9 1 WP _ Taylor. LP— Belhell. 2B — KW: ielcher, Morrow. High school SALINA CENTRAL 8, DODGE CITY 3 alina Central 700 001 0 - 8 13 1 )odge City 010 001 1 - 3 2 2 WP — Moreen. LP — Novels. 2B — iC:Glnther. VALLEY CENTER 12 SALINA CENTRAL 1 'alley Center 710 04 - 12 13 0 jalina Central 100 00 - 1 5 1 WP — Haase. LP — Wilson. SALINA CENTRAL 9 GARDEN CITY 1 Salina Central 0180000- 912 1 Garden City 000 000 1 - 1 8 1 WP — Moreen. LP — Reed. 2B — SC: McDonald, Roinert. Auto racing SPORTS DIGEST NASCAR lineup SONOMA, Calif. (AP) — Lineup tor Sunday's Save Mart Supermarkets 300 at Sears Point Raceway with car number in parentheses, drier, hometown, make of car (Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Ford Thunderblrd or Pontiac Grand Prix) tfid speed in mph: 1. (6) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark., Ford, 12.807. 2. (2) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 92.533. 3. (24) Jeff Gordon, Pittsboro, Ind., Chevrolet, 92.471. 4. (5) Terry Labonte, Corpus Chrisii, Texas, Chevrolet, 92.433. 5. (11) Brett Bodlne, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 92.230. 6. (21) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 92.059. 7. (7) Geolf Bodine. Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 92.011. 8. (88) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C.. Ford. 91.979. 9. (46) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Basalt, Colo., Chevrolet, 91.943. 10. (10) Ricky RurJd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 91.882. 11. (44) Kyle Perry, Randleman, N.C., Pontiac. 91.836. 12. (16) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis,, Ford, 91.776. 13. (94) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford, 91.678. 14. (22) Ward Burton, South Boslon, Va., Pon- lac, 91.677. 15. (33) Ken Schrader, Fenlon, Mo., Chevro- el, 91.5833. 16. (4) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet, 91.551. 17. (98) John Andretti, Indianapolis, Ford, 91.530. 18. (40) Robby Gordon, Orange, Calif., Chevrolet, 91.348. 19. (31) Mike Skinner, Susanville, Calif., Chevrolet, 91.278. 20. (99) Jeff Burton, South Boslon, Va., Ford, 91.278. 21 (36) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., Pon- llac, 91.177. • 22. (8) Hut Stricklin, Calera, Ala., Ford, 91.128. 23. (43) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville. Tenn., Ponliac, 91.094. 24. (28) Ernie Irvan, Salinas, Calil,, Ford, 91.090. 25. (23) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa.. Ford, 91.051. 26. (17) Darrell Waltrip, Owensboio. Ky., Chevrolet, 92.152. 27. (78) Tom Hubert. Moorosvillo, N.C., Foid, 91.856. 28. (38w) Butch Gilliland, Anaheim. Calil.. Ford, 91.731 29. (18) Bobby Labonle, Corpus Chrlsti, Texas, Pontiac, 91.651. 30. (71) Dave Marcis. Wausau, Wis., Chevrolet, 91.420. 31. (77) Bobby Hillin Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford, 91.408. 32. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet, 91.344. 33. (41) Steve Grissom. Gadsden, Ala., Chevrolet, 91.327. 34. (91) Mike Wallace, St. Louis. Mo. Chevrolet. 91.105. 35. (30) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., Ponliac, 91.075. 36. (81) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Mo., Ford. 90.997. 37. (20) Lance Hooper, Palmdale, Calif., Ford, 90.827. 38. (19) Ken Patersen, Kentlield. Calil.. Ford 90.823. 39. (1) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C.. Pon- liac, provisional. 40. (25) Ricky Craven, Newburgh, Maine, Chevrolet, provisional. 41. (37) Jeremy Mayfleld, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, provisional. 42. (9) Jeff Davis, Anaheim, Calif., Ford, provisional. 43. (35w) Larry Gunselrnan, Sierra Village, Calif., Ford, provisional. 44. (07w) Sean Woodside, Saugus, Calil. Pontiac:, provisional. Boxing Fight schedule May 4 At Caesars. Atlantic City. N.J. (CBS), Arturo Gait], Canada, vs. Calvin Glove. Pottslown, Pa., 12, for Gatti's IBF Junior lightweight litlo. Mays At Caesars, Atlantic City. N. J., Vernon Forrest, Augusta, Ga., vs. Pedro Saiz, Dominican Republic, 10. welterweights; Ramon Ledon. Cuba, vs. Louis Espinoza, Wlnkelman, Ariz., 10, |unior lightweights. May 6 At Medieval Times, Lyndhursl, N.J., Kennedy McKlrawy, Memphis, Tenn., vs. Hector Acero- Sanchez, Mexico. 12, for the USBA leather- weight title; Danen Maciunskl, Tronton. N.J., vs. Kevin Tlilman. Philadelphia, 10. junior rnld- dleweighls. May 9 At The Orleans, Las Vegas (Tolomundo), Diego Corrales, Sacramento, Calil., vs. Juan Macias, Mexico, 12, lor the vacant IBA Continental Junior lightweight title. j., Borg junior The Associated Press Former Swedish tennis star Bjorn Borg holds his 11-year-old son Robin. Robin played his first official tennis match in the 13-and-under division of the KLTK Cup tournament in Stockholm, Sweden on Thursday. The younger Borg lost to Niklas Persson, 6-1,6-1. Auto racing LE MANS, France — French driver Stephane Enjolras was killed Saturday when his car crashed and burned during pre-qualifications for the Le Mans 24 Hours race. Enjolras' Peugeot left the track and sailed into an adjoining wooden area where it burned. The pre-qualifications reduce the field for the regular qualifications, which take place three days before the race on June 14-15. SONOMA, Calif. — Craig Breedlove will return to the Nevada desert this summer in a bid to become the fastest driver on land for the sixth . time and to return the land speed record to the United States. "We'll be in the Black Rock about mid-August," he said Saturday. "We'll start running the day after Labor Day, Sept. 2." Breedlove is seeking to eclipse the 633.468 mph record set in the Black Rock Desert Oct. 4,1983, by Briton Richard Noble. Breedlove's last attempt Oct. 28 nearly ended in disaster when a crosswind dipped his jet-powered "Spirit of America" as it streaked across the desert at 675 mph. Basketball NEW YORK — Isaac Austin of the Miami Heat, who came back from a season in Turkey, was voted the NBA's most improved player on Saturday. Austin, a 6-foot-10 center, averaged 9.7 points and 5.8 rebounds and shot 50 percent as the backup to Alonzo Mourning. When Mourning was injured late in the season, he started and averaged 15.1 points and 8.1 rebounds. He received 41 votes of a possible 115 from a panel of media members, 24 more than Toronto's Doug Christie. Portland's Rasheed Wallace was third with 13 votes and Austin's Miami teammate, Voshon Lenard, was fourth with nine votes. Golf BRESCIA, Italy — Jose Maria Olazabal, continuing his impressive comeback from crippling foot problems, fired a 5-under-par 67 Saturday and took a one-stroke lead in the $760,000 Italian Open after three rounds. The Spaniard, who won the ',. Masters in 1994, had six birdies, an eagle, a bogey and a double-bogey. He had a 54-hole total of 206, 10-under for the tournament — his seventh since returning from an 18-month absence. Hockey TURKU, Finland — Sweden scored two goals in the final four minutes Saturday for a 3-1 victory over the United States, reducing the Americans' chances of winning a medal at the World Hockey Championships. Travis Green's goal and an assist led Canada to a 6-0 victory over Italy, securing Canada's berth in the medal round. Tennis DULUTH, Ga. — When Marcelo Filippini stopped worrying about the gusty conditions Saturday at the Atlanta Athletic Club, he moved into position for his first ATP title since 1994. Filippini, pulling off another upset at the AT&T Challenge, used a streak of 12 straight points in the third set for a semifinal victory over eighth-seeded Chris Woodruff, 7-5, 3-6, 6-4. Filippini advanced to today's final against the winner of Saturday night's match between No. 7 Jason Stoltenberg and Magnus Norman. Stoltenberg was the only seeded player remaining in the tournament, which had Michael Chang arid Jim Courier lose in the first round and Andre Agassi go out in the second. BOL, Croatia — Croatia's 15-year-old Mirjana Lucic, playing in her first WTA tournament, beat No. 1 seed Amanda Coetzer of South Africa 6-4, 63 Saturday and advanced to the final of the Croatian Bol Ladies tournament. Lucic, the world's'Np. 1 ranked women's junior player, will face Corina Morariu of the United States on Sunday for the championship. 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