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B2 MONDAY, MAY 5, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 6 p.m. -- Major League Baseball. Kansas City ,11 Proton. FSN, cable 55 6 p.m. — Mapr League Baseball. Texas at Cleveland, IX. cabl« 28 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Atlanta at SI Loins. WTBS, cable 15. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA Playoffs. Seattle at Houston, TNT. cabl«4t. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs. Philadelphia at Buffalo. ESPN, cable 38. SOCCER B:30 p.m. — Soccer, English Premier Football League, loams TEA. ESPN2, cable 39. RADIO BASEBALL 5:40 p.m. — Major Lsague Baseball. Kansas City at Boston, KSAL, 11SO-AM. Baseball I Giambi II Bprroa rf EnYng ph Mr.Gwr 1b Mgdan fb Stairs dh Spiezlo 2b Broslus 3b Bmigal ss Batista ss Molina c Totals Oakland Baltimore American League YANKEES 13, ROYALS 5 NEW YORK KANSAS CITY abrhbl 5232 5121 5223 5344 4112 5020 5110 5231 4110 Raines II Jstnr SS BeWms cl TMUnz 1b Fielder dh Wliitwi rf Il,iys3b Posada c PKolly 2b abrhbl 3100 5022 4000 3001 1000 3110 4000 5222 5010 2110 1010 Total 43 13 19 13 Totals 36 5 8 5 New York 103 400 140—13 Kansas City 003 000 002— 5 E—Hayes (3), DP—Kansas City 1. LOB— New Yoih 12, Kansas City 12. 2B—Raines (4), Jelet (5). Posada (2). HR—BoWilliams (4), TMartinez 2 (12), Fielder (2), Posada (1), Dye (1). SB-Otlerman (2), Dye (1). S—Jeter. SF— BeWilliams. Oflrmn 2b JBell ss King 1b COavis dh Cooper ph Viliello II Pquelte 3b Dyert Spehr c TGdwin cl MiSwy ph Totals New York ' KnRogers Bhrngr W.1-1 Ne-lson Lloyd Mei;ir Kansas City Rusch L.2-2 Converse JMonlgomery IVhardo IP 22-3 31-3 1 1 1 H RER BB SO 32-3 10 31-3 3 1 4 1 2 T -3:39. A—30.034 (40.625). MARINERS 9, BREWERS 0 MILWAUKEE SEATTLE ab r h bl ab r h bl I iiclta ss 3000 Cora 2b 5231 Olio 3b 4020 ARdrgz ss 5110 Milsson Ib 3 0 2 0 GrfyJrcf 5011 Unroe lb 0000 EMrtnz dh 331) J*a dh 4000 Buhner rf 3110 M'cske rt 3000 Srrenlo 1b 4120 fhfield II 4000 DaWlsn c 4024 GrtVms cl 3010 Ducey II 4110 C'arr ph I 0 0 0 Gates 36 3001 DIM 2b 3010 Burnitz ph 1000 Levis c 4000 Totals 33 0 6 0 Total! 36 912 8 Milwaukee 000 000 000—0 Seattle 000 213 21x—9 E-Cirillo (4), Sorrento (1). LOB—Milwaukee 9. Seattle 7. 28—Cirlllo (10), Cora 2 (6), EMartinez (9). DaWilson (9), Ducey (1). CS— Nilsson (1). SF—Gates. Milwaukee Eldred L.3-3 AReyes L'oJones Seattle Meyer W, 1-0 SSanders IP H RER BB SO T—2:46. A—38,540 (58,879). RANGERS 7, RED SOX 6 BOSTON TEXAS Grcprr ss O'Lry rl MVghn ph Cidera II Jtfrson dh Nhring 3b Stanley 1b Hltbetg c JhValin 2b Bragg cf Totals Boston Texas E—McLamore (4). abrhbl 4110 4000 1000 5120 4111 3110 3113 4000 4121 4011 36 6 9 6 ab r h bl 5120 5120 3110 4011 4223 5121 2011 1000 3120 4011 38 714 T 100 410 000—6 000 231 10x—7 DP-Boston 1. LOB— McLmr 2b IRdrgzc Greer II JuGnlz dh WCIark 1b Palmer 3b Newson rl Dvraux rf Buford cf BRipkn ss Totals , Boston 7, Texas 11. 2B—Stanley (2), Jh. Valentin (4), Bragg (6), McLemore (4), WCIark • (3), Palmer (5), Newson (2), Bulord (6). 3B— Garciaparra (2). HR—WCIark (2). CS—Greer ' (2). SF—Stanley. IP H RER BB SO Boston Wasdin 41-3 8 5 5 3 1 Eshelman 1 31111 , Garces 2-31 0002 i BHenry L.2-2 1 21100 Trlicek 1 00022 Texas j Witt 4 76522 i Gunderson 2 10003 : Patterson W.3-3 2 00004 1 WettelandS.7 1 10010 ' T—3:30. A—37,294 (48,100). WHITE SOX 4, ANGELS 2 ' ANAHEIM CHICAGO abrbbl ibrhbl 5000 Drham 2b 4100 3110 DaMtnzcl 4020 5020 FThms lb 3121 4010 Belle II 4021 0000 Balnes dh 4122 0000 LMouIn rl 4020 4020 DLewis cf 0000 3110 Snopek 3b 2000 3011 Kreuler c 3000 1000 OGuiln ss 2110 4000 4020 38 2 10 1 Total! Erstad lb Edmnd cf Hollins 3b Leyritz c OPmro pr Fbrgas c Salmon rf GAndsn II Kowell dh EMrrydh Alicea 2b OiScna ss Totals Anaheim Chicago 30411 4 100 100 000—2 010 001 201—4 E—FThomas 2 (4), Belle (2). DP—Anaheim 2 LOB—Anaheim 10, Chicago 9. 2B—Salmon (5). HO—Balnes (3). CS—Edmonds (3), DaMartinez 2 (3). S—GAnderson, Snopek. SF—FThomas. IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Hasegawa 52-3 6 2 2 0 2 McElray 0 20000 PHairisL,0-1 1-302230 11-33 0 0 1 1 2-3000 1 0 DeLucia ' HolU Chicago Navarro W.3-1 - Lbvine • ! TCaslillo RllornandezS.5 1 T—3:00. A—22,181 (44,321). TIGERS 2, INDIANS 0 DETROIT CLEVELAND abrhbl abrhbl BLHntrcl 5110 Vizquelss 3010 Hggnsn II 3010 TFrndz 26 4000 * Fryrnn 3l> 4000 Thomo lb 3000 : ToCIrk tb 3011 MaWm3b 4000 i Pndo dh 4010 Justice If 3000 1 (fees rf 2010 Rrnuez rl 4020 ' Easley ss 2100 JuFico dh 3010 _', Csnova c 3000 Giles cl 1000 „ Novm ph 1000 Curtis Cl 2000 "BJImsnc 0000 Brdersc 3010 Jofteed 2b 3011 Michel ph 1000 OCruz ss 1000 Totals 31 2 6 2 Totals 31 0 i 0 Detroit 000 011 000-2 Cleveland 000 000 000—0 £— JoReed (1). DP— Cleveland 1. LOB— De- lioit 8, Cleveland 9. SB— Easley (9). S— Wquel. IP H RER BB SO Detroit ' Blair W.3-2 52-3 JCuinmings 21-3 Uiocjjj S. I 1 Cleveland Ifauy L.4-2 4000 3000 1000 3010 f 0 0 0 2000 2010 3000 3000 0000 3010 28 0 4 0 RAImt 2b EDavIs rl Trasco n* RPmro 1b CRIpkn 3b Rboulel 3b SurhoffH Incvgla dh Wbster. Bonft* ss 5125 3221 1000 4 0 0 0 323? 1000 502? 4121 5110 4220 Total! 37111511 000 000 000- 0 200 025 11«—11 E—McGwire (4). OP—Oakland 1, Daftimore 3. LOB—Oakland 5, Baltimore 10. 2B—EDavIs (6), CRipken (7). 3B—Surhoff (2). HR—RAlo- mar (5), Incavlglia (4). SB— Mashore (5), Magadan (1), EDavIs 2 (5). CS—Slairs (1). S—Bordick. SF—CRipken. IP H RER BB SO M»sa 1-3 2-3 3 16. A-- -42.387 (42.400). ORIOLES 11, ATHLETICS 0 OAKLAND BALTIMORE ab i h bl ab r h bl MS*MO d 3010 ByAdsn cl 2210 I Oakland Prieto L.2-2 5 Wengert 3 Baltimore CoppingerW,1-0 6 MiJohnson S.2 3 T—2:47. A—47.001 (48,079). BLUE JAYS 1, TWINS 0 MINNESOTA TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl 4010 Nixon cl 4010 4010 AGnzIz ss 3000 4000 Merced rl 2110 2010 Carterdh 4000 4000 Sprguo 3b 3000 4000 CDIgdo 1b 3011 2000 Sntiago c 3000 1010 SGreen If 3000 2000 CQrcIa 2b 3010 1000 3000 31 0 4 0 Total! Knblch 2b Breda If Molilor dh Lawton cf Slnbch c TWalkr 3b RKelly rt Becker cf Coomer lb GMyrs ph Hcking ss Total! Minnesota Toronto 28 1 4 1 000 000 000-0 000 100 OOx—1 E—Hocking (1). LOB—Minnesota 6, Toronto 6. 2B—Merced (11). SB—Becker (4). AGonzalez. S- Mlnneiota TewksburyL,1-5 8 Toronto Hentgen W.2-1 9 IP H RER BB SO 1 1 0 0 1 10 T—2:19. A—29,114(51,000). National League ROCKIES 9, PHILLIES 0 PHILADELPHIA COLORADO ib r h bl ab r h bl Jfferies II 4010 EcYng 2b 3331 Mmdni 2b 4000 Bates 2b 1110 Rolen 3d 4020 Burks cf 1100 Oaullonrf 4010 LWalkrrf 5234 Lbrthal c 4000 Glrrga 1b 4032 Brognalb 4010 Bchetlelf 4011 Magee cf 2010 Castilla 3b 4111 Mimbs p 0000 Coles 3b 1000 Sefcik ss 2010 Mnwm c 4000 Slocker ss 3010 Weiss ss 3110 Rflcom p 0000 RBaily p 4000 DeMay ph 1000 Madura p 1000 Amarocf 2010 Total! 35 0 9 0 Philadelphia Colorado Total! 34 913 9 000 000 000—0 310 301 10«—9 E—EcYoung (6). DP—Philadelphia 2, Colorado 2. LOB—Philadelphia 8, Colorado 9. 2B—Rolen (4), Stocker (8), Amaro (1), EcYoung 2(12), LWalker 2 (B), Bichette (5). HH—Castilla (10). SB—Jetferies (4), Weiss (2). CS—Burks 0). IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Madura L.2-3 32-3 9 7 7 4 1 Mimbs 21-3 2 1 1 1 2 Ruflcom 2 21124 Colorado RBalleyW,4-1 9 90003 T—2:43. A--f8,t07 (50,200). CARDINALS 8, METS 2 ST. LOUIS NEW YORK abrhbl 5120 5122 0000 3112 1000 3220 5220 5011 4023 3110 3000 0000 DeSfild 2b McGeelf Gaettl3b Lnklrdd MkSwyrf DYnglb Mabryrt Shaffer 3b Lmpkin c Clayton ss Sttlmyr p Frsctre p Everett cf Allonzo 3b Olerud lb Hndley c ACstilloc Gllkeytf Baerga 2b Ochoarf Brtandp Manuel p Huskey ph Ordnez ss Bieserrt MClark p ROrdanp MFreoSb Total! abrhbl 3001 4010 4110 1000 1010 3000 3011 3000 0000 0000 1000 2000 1110 1000 1000 1000 Total! 37 013 8 Total! 29 2 S 2 St. Loull 400 220 000—8 New York 000 100 010—2 E—OYoung (4), Hundley (4). DP—St. Louis 2, New York 1. LOB—St. Louis 7, New York 5. 2B—Sheaffer (1), Bleser (3). HR—McGoo (2), Lanktord (4). SB—DeShields (7), Lampkin (1). CS— DYoung (2). S—Stotllemyre. SF—Everett, Baerga. IP H RER BB SO Si. Loull Sttlmyr W.1-1 8 32235 Frascatore 1 2 0 0 D 0 New York MClark L.3-2 4 86620 RJordan 3 42224 Borland 1 10000 Manuel 1 00002 T—2:39. A—17,652(55,601). GIANTS 2, REDS 1 CINCINNATI SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl abrhbl DSndrs d 4100 Benard cf 4100 PndltonSb 5020 Mueller* 4030 Larkin ss 4000 Powell pr 0100 Sierra rf 4000 Bonds If 3000 Belinda p 0000 Kent 2b 4000 Tbnsee ph 1000 GHill rt 5022 Bmtteyp 0000 Snowlb 3010 EduPrzlb 30)0 Vzcainoss 4020 HMoris 1b 1000 Jensen c 4000 JOIver c 4010 Rueter p 2000 Boone 2b 2010 Brryhll ph 1000 CGdwinIf 3010 DHenry p 0000 Morgan p 2000 RRdrgz p 0000 Frdyce ph 1000 Beck p 0000 Crrascop 0000 Javierph 1000 LHrris rf 1000 Tolali 35 1 6 0 Total! 35 2 8 2 Cincinnati 000 000 000 1—1 SanFranclaco 000 000 000 2—2 E—JOIiver (1), Mueller (3), Snow (2). DP— Cincinnati 1, San Francisco 2. LOB—Cincinnati 9, San Francisco 10. 2B—Pendleton (2), Snow (5). SB-DSanders (20). CS-Bonds (2). S- CGoodwIn. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Morgan 6 40021 Carrasco 11-33 0 0 0 0 Hemlinger 1-30 0 0 0 0 Belinda 11-30 0 0 1 3 Brantley L.0-1 2-31 2222 San Franclaco Rueter 7 50013 DHenry 2-310010 RRodriguez 11-30 0 0 1 1 BeckW.1-1 1 01010 T—3:04. A—26.287 (62,000). ASTROS 1.MARLINSO FLORIDA HOUSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl 4020 Bigglo 2b 4000 3000 Lislach ss 3010 4000 Bgwell lb 3100 2000 LGnzIz II 3021 3000 DeBell d 3000 4010 THwrdrf 3010 0000 Eseblo c 3010 4010 Spiers 3b 3000 2000 Kile p 3000 3000 2904 0 Today's schedule MONDAY, MAY 5 BASEBALL Ell-Saline at SE Saline. 3 p.m. Brown Mackie at Barton County, 5 p m Kansas City at Boston. 6:05 p m, SOFTBALL Ell-Saline al SE Saline, 3 p.m. Salina Central at Great Bend, 4:30 p.m. Brawn rVnckie at Bethany JV. 5pm. TRACK » FIELD Ell-Saline at Inman. 4 p.m. Abbott 20 Bnteria ss Esnrich II Shtlield rt Aloud Bona'la 3d Wehner pr Conine lb Zaunc KJBwnp Tolali Florida Hounton Totals 28 1 9 1 000 000 000-0 100 000 OOx-1 DP—Florida 1. Houston 1. LOB—Florida 8, Houston 3. 2B-Conlne (2), LGonzalez (5). SB-Bagwell (1), Spiers (2). S-Renteria. IP H RER BB SO Glnville ph 1000 Totals 29 2 5 2 Totals 34 512 5 Chicago 000 001 100—2 Los Angeles 002 210 00«—5 E—Hansen (2). Kleschnlck (2). DP—Chicago 2. LOB—Chicago 7, Los Angeles 7. 2B— McRae (7), Sandberg (4), Karros (6), Mondesi (4). Zeile (4). Park (1). 3B—WGuerrero (5). HR—Sosa (4), Piazza (6). SB—McRae (2), Dunslon (7). CS—McRae (2). JHernandez (1). S—Trachsel, Park. Chicago Trachsel L, 1-4 RTalls Botlenfield Loa Angeles ParkW.2-1 Candlottl Radinsky ToWorrell S.8 IP 4 2 2 62-3 1-3 1 1 H RER BB SO T—2:59. A—41.772 (56.000). EXPOS 9, PADRES 3 MONTREAL SAN DIEGO ab r h bl Grdzlnss 4110 Lnslng 2b 6130 RWhite cf 5244 Seguilb 4011 VGrerorf 5111 HRdrgzlf 4)11 Snlnglo II 1000 Wldgerc 5111 Strange 3b 5130 Bllngerp 5121 9 17 9 Totals Montreal San Diego E— Crjones (1) ab r h bl 3000 0000 4000 4000 3111 3211 2000 0000 0000 1000 1010 4011 3000 1000 2000 31 3 4 3 002 130 030—9 010 000 002—3 LOB—Montreal 11, San Hndren If Cnnane p QVeras 2b Gwynnrt Cmlniii 3b Crjnes cf Cnlrcco lb Brgmn p Scott p CHrndz ph Pinto If Gomez ss Slaughl c Hlchck p Leelb Totals Diego 5. 28—Lansing (7). Gomez (3). HR— RWhite 2 (7), VGuerrero (1), HRodriguez (7), Widger (3), Bulllnger (1), Camlnlti (4), Crjones (2). SB—CrJonos (1). IP H RER BB SO Montreal Bulllnger W.2-4 81-3 3 3 3 4 5 LSmlth 2-31 0000 San Diego Hitchcock L.2-3 41-3 8 5 5 2 5 Bergman 12-32 1 1 0 3 Scott 1 00001 Long 2-333300 Kroon 1-32000 1 Cunnane 1 20010 T—2:48. A—19,333 (59,772). BRAVES 3, PIRATES 1 PITTSBURGH ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Wmack 2b 5030 Lofton cl '4000 Alnswrtcf 5000 Tuckerrf 3110 AMartn II 4120 ChJnes 3b 4121 KYng lb 4011 McGrff 1b 3110 Elslerss 2000 Klesko If 3000 Kendall c 4010 AJones H 0000 EBrwn rf 2000 JLopez c 3000 MaJhsn 1b 1000 Lemke2b 3010 Handa 3b 4000 Whlers p 1000 FCrdva p 2010 Blauser ss 3000 Sveum ph 1000 Wade p 2000 Ruebel p 0000 Grffnno 2b 1010 MCmgs rl 1000 Total! 35 1 8 1 Pittsburgh Atlanta Totals 303 6 1 000 001 000—1 003 000 OOx-3 E—EBrown (1), Blauser (5). DP—Piltsburgh 1. Atlanta 1. LOB—Piltsburgh 10, Atlanta 7. 2B—KYoung (1), Tucker (1). S3—AMartin (6). IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh FCordova L.1-3 MWilkins Ruebel Morel Atlanta Wade W.1-1 Byrd Bielecki Wohlers S,8 6 1-3 1 1-3 1-3 5 1 12-3 1 1-3 T—2:39. A—42,037 (50,000). Late boxscores SATURDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE RANGERS 7, RED SOX 6 BOSTON TEXAS Grcprr ss Crdero If Fryedh Stanley lb Nhring 3b JhValtnSb Pmbrtn rt Hslman c Mackcf abrhbl 3120 5111 4010 3111 5010 5220 4124 3000 1010 3010 36 612 6 ab r h bl 5011 4011 4130 5220 3110 4123 2000 2000 4132 2110 Total< 366126 Totals 357147 Boaton 201 030 000-6 Texas 000 410 002—7 E—Pemberton (1), Gil 2 (6). DP—Boston 2. Texas 3. LOB—Boston 12, Texas 10. 2B— Cordero (6), Mack (2). Greer (8), JuGonzalez (1). 3B-%JhValentin (1), BRipken (1). HR— Pemberton (1). SB—Garciaparra 2 (7), Greer (3). SF—(Rodriguez, Palmer. IP H Bulordcf IRdrgz c Greer II JuGnlz dh WCIaik 1b Palmer 3b Simms rt LStvns rl BRipkn 2b Gilss Totals Boaton Avery Trlicek Corsl Garces Slocumb L.0-1 Texaa DOIiver Sanlana /Hernandez VosbergW.1-1 RER BB SO 32-3 1 1-3 1 1 2-3 2-3 41-3 3 1 1-3 t-3 T—3:37. A^I3,557 (48,100). BREWERS 17, MARINERS 4 MILWAUKEE SEATTLE abrhbl 5100 3111 2121 4110 1114 5213 5332 4223 1000 3210 0000 512 4122 1110 43171717 Loretla ss Cirillo 3b Kusontb Nilsson lb Unroe 3b Jahadh Mleske rt Nwfield If BumiU If GeWmscf Carr cl Diaz2b Mtheny c Levis c Tolalt Milwaukee Seattle Cora 2b ARdrgz ss Espnza ss GrtyJrcl EMrtrudn Buhner rt Si lento lb Blwers Ib DaWlsn c Mrzanoc RDavis 3b Gates 3b Ducey II Amaral II Total. 081 201 200 011 Florida KJBrown L.3-2 Houston Kile W.2-2 5 1 1 0 10 003 T-2:25. A-16.469 (53,821). DODGERS 6, CUBS 2 CHICAGO LOSANQELES abrhbl McRae d 4011 WGiero 2b Driitori ss 2010 Gaone ss JHrndzss 1010 Caslross MaGrclb 3000 ^zac Sosa if 3111 Kairoslb Hanson 3b 2000 Miidesi rt Sncnez 31) 1000 Hinds* II Kschiic II 3000 Zeile 3b Sndbig2b 4110 Kirbycl Setvais c 3 0 0 0 Park p Tichsel p 1000 Cndiolti p UCIaik ph 1000 Hale pi) abrhbl 4121 3011 1000 4121 3110 4010 4000 4121 4020 2111 0000 1000 f abrhbl 3110 4110 1000 5131 5032 3000 3120 1010 2000 2020 3000 1000 2011 1000 36 4 14 4 005—17 000— 4 E—RDavis (10), DP—Milwaukee 4, Seattle 1. LOB—Milwaukee 5, Seattle 9. 2B—Cirillo (9), Huson (I), Miesko 2 (5), GeWilliams (6), Matheny 2 (4), Cora (4). HR—Unroe (1), Jaha (7), Mleske (2), Newtield (1). SF—Ducey, IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee JMercedes 4 2-3 9 3 3 1 2 FlorieW.1-0 21-3 3 1 1 1 0 Villone 1 20000 Wickman 1 00011 Suttle Fassero L.4-1 12-37 7 7 1 1 Lowe 213 3 4 2 2 1 BWells 3 21112 Wolcott 11-31 0 0 0 1 Charllon 2-345520 T—3:17. A—50.005 (58,879). SATURDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE PADRES 1, EXPOS 0 MONTREAL . SAN WEGO abrhbl abrhbl Grdzln ss 2000 QVeras 2b 4000 Lnslng 2b 4000 Gomez ss 4000 RWhite cf 4000 Gwynn rt 4111 Segul 1b 4010 Cminili 3b 3010 HHdrgz If 4000 Plnliei If 2000 Pitcher c 3010 GVghn If 1000 VGieio rf 2000 CrJnes cf 3010 Stiange 3b 1000 Cnlicco Ib 2010 Snlnglo 3b 2000 Fthenyc 3010 Himns p 2000 TlWorll p 3000 Oisulakph I 0 I 0 Total* 2» 0 3 0 Totals 29 1 5 1 Montreal 000 000 000 0 San Diego 100 000 00x1 E—Santangelo (1). LOB-Monlioal 5, San Diego 5.2B—Fletcher (2), Cianlrocco (1). HR- Gwynn (7). SB—Grudzielanek (6), Cunliocco (1). Flaherty (1). CS—VGuerrero (1), Crjones C). IP H RER BB SO Montreal HrmnsL. 1-2 5 4 I t I 3 Daal 1-31 0000 MValdes 12-30 n 0 0 2 Tellord 1 00001 San Diego TiWorrell W.2-3 72-3 3 0 0 I 8 Hoffman S,4 11-30 0 0 0 3 T—2:19. A^5.424 (59.772). CUBS 2, DODGERS 1 CHICAGO LOS ANGELES ab r h bl 5011 4100 3000 4000 3021 0000 3100 1000 3010 4010 4000 0000 34 2 5 2 McRae cl Sndbrg 2b MaGtdb Sosa rt Hansen 3b JHmdz 3b Ksrtnc II Glnville If Servais c Snchez ss Mllillnd p TAdms p Totals Chicago Los Angeles ab r h bl 4000 3000 4010 4110 4020 4021 0000 3010 1000 3000 2000 1010 33 1 8 1 100 100 000—2 000 000 001—1 WGrero 2b Gagne ss Piazza c Karros Ib Mndesl rt Zeile 3b Castro pr Ashley II Kirbycf Hlndsw cl IValdes p Liriano ph Totals E—Zeile 2 (6). Ashley (1). DP—Chicago 2, LOB—Chicago 8. Los Angeles 6. 2B—Servais (3), Zeile (3), Ashley (2). Llrlano (1). IP H RER BB SO Chicago Mlhllnd W.2-3 82-3 6 1 1 1 1 0 20000 Rojas TAdams S,2 Los Angeles IValdes L.1-4 Hall Dreilort 1-3 72-3 1-3 1 T—2:38, A—44.519 (56.000). MARLINS 9, ASTROS 8 FLORIDA HOUSTON ebrhbl abrhbl Cnglosi II 3011 Bkjglo 2b 7132 Stnler p 0000 JMoutn If 4230 Floyd ph 1000 Bgwell 1b 7122 Hultort p 0000 DeBell d 5010 Wehner II 0000 Berry 3b 7122 Zaunlb 2111 Abreurl 5011 Rnlerta ss 6001 Asmus c 6220 Abbott 2b 7221 Bogar ss 4131 Shffieldrf 6020 Hmplnp 1000 Alou cl 6 1 2 1 Lima p 1000 Bonilla 3b 1110 RSprgr p 0000 AArias 3b 5110 THwrd ph 1000 Conine 1b 4100 Hudek p 0000 CJhnsnc 5101 BWgnrp 0 0 0.0 Esnrich II 3111 Martin p 0000 Nen p 0000 RMIgm ph 1000 LCstillo ph 1000 Totals 50 911 7 Totals 49 817 8 Florida 030 300 002 000 1—9 Houston 330 101 000 000 0—8 E—Renleria (9), Berry (3), Bogar (1). DP— Florida 3. LOB—Florida 12, Houston 12. 2B— Alou (6), Bonilla (7), Eisenreich (2), Biggio (9), JMoulon (3), Bagwell (6), Abreu (6), Ausmus (7), Bogar (2). HR—Zaun (2), Abbott (2). SB—Big- glo (3). CS—JMouton (3), Berry (2), Ausmus (1). S—AFemandez, Bogar, Lima. SF—Renleria. IP H RER BB SO Florida Saunders 3 66313 Slaniler 2 21110 Hutton 2 21111 Nen 210022 Cook 2 30022 FHeredia W.2-0 1 30002 Powell S,1 1 00010 Houston Hampton 31-3 3 6 4 5 3 Lima 32-3 2 0 0 1 1 RSpringer 1 00002 Hudek 1-3222 1 0 BWagner 12-30 0 0 1 2 Martin 2 10001 RGarciaL,2-1 1 31101 T—4:54. A—24,539(53.821). Big 12 linescore KANSAS STATE 7, KANSAS 6 Kansas Slate 00310200001—7 12 5 Kansas 300 102 000 00—6 12 5 WP— Johnson, LP— Wingerd. MVC linescores BRADLEY 5, WICHITA STATE 4 Wichita State 001 011 10 - 4 8 1 Bradley 021 000 11 - 5 9 3 WP — Hoffman (3-6). LP — Bluma (2-3). 2B — B: Johnson, Saalfrank. Wold, Osorio. HR — B: Saalfrank. BRADLEY 11, WICHITA STATE 9 Wichita Slate 030 000 6 - 910 0 Bradley 023 002 4 - 11 11 t WP — Hoffman (4-6), LP — Bluma (2-3), 2B — WS: Thomas, Ryan; B: Johnson, Wold. HR — WS: Davis; B: Saallrank, Osorio. State college NORTHERN COLORADO 12 FORT HAYS STATE 11 Fort Hays Slate 0145010-11 8 0 Northern Colorado 154 020 x - 12 11 2 WP — Benson (3-0). LP — Brungardl (3-1). S — McKay (1). 2B — FH: Maier; NC: Torch. HR — FH: Field, Russell, J.Valdez, Ysac, Nicholas; NC: OH, Miller, Noffsinger. FORT HAYS STATE 12 NORTHERN COLORADO 7 Fort Hays Slate 3004104-1215 4 Northern Colorado 010 040 2 - 711 0 WP — Scogin (6-1). LP — Centner (2-2). S — Field (9). 2B — FH: Lopez, Russell. Ysac, Nicholas 2; NC: Scott. 38 — FH: Field. J.Valdez, Wasinger. HR — NC: Miller. BETHANY 3, FRIENDS 0 Friends 000 000 0 - 0 2 1 Bethany 001 110 x - 3 3 1 WP — Witt (7-2). LP - Bryan. 2B — B: Schmeiser. Brlster, Lund. BETHANY 12, FRIENDS 11 Friends 050 005 1 - 11 4 4 Bethany 031 130 4 - 12 9 4 WP — Mickulecki (1-0). LP — Miller. 2B — F: Cornwall, Blair 2; B: Jackson. NSCAA CHAMPIONSHIP At Beverly, Ohio KANSAS WESLEYAN 11 OHIO VALLEY, W.VA. 2 Kansas Wesloyan 3200402-1114 1 Ohio Valley 100 010 0 - 2 7 2 WP — Mclnlire (5-3), LP — Smith. 2B — KW: McBroom. 3B — KW: Lamkin. HR — KW: R.Swingle, Edmonds. Valdivia 3, McBroom; 0V: Smith. Hockey NHL playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-7) Saturday'* raaulta Philadelphia 5, Buffalo 3, Philadelphia leads series 1-0 Sunday's results NY Rangers 2, New Jersey 0, series tied 1-1 Delroit 3, Anaheim 2 (Sol). Detroit leads series 2-0 Colorado 4. Edmonton 1, Colorado loads series 2-0 Monday'* game Philadelphia at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. Auto racing NASCAR results SONOMA, Calif (AP) - Results Sunday ol Ihe Save Marl Superrnarkols 300 NASCAR Winston Cup race al Sears Point Raceway, with starting position in parentheses, dnvor, homo- town, mako ol car, laps completed, money won and reason out il any: 1. (1) Mark Marlin. Hatcsvilto, Ark. Fold, 74 $113,995. 2. (3) Jofl Gordon, Pillstoo, Ind., Chevrolet, 74. S66.065. 3. (4) Terry Labonle. Corpus Chrisli Tnxas. ChwroH 74, 563700. *. (8) Dale Jamil. HicVoty, N.C , Ford. It. $50.135 5. (26) Darrell Waltrip. Franklm. Tcnn.. Chevrolet, ?.), S35.950 6 (5) Brett Bodinc, Ctwmung. NY , Ford, 7-!, S40.795. 7 (6) Michael Waltrip. Owensboro, Ky . Ford, 74. S37.3« B. (24) Ernie Irvan, Salinas. Calif. Ford, 74. S-ffl.MS. 9. (20) Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford. 74. 539,595, 10(14) Ward Burton. South Boston, Va., Pon- line. 74. S32.440. 11. (12) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis.. Ford, 74. S34.880. 12. (32) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis. N.C.. Chevrolet. 74, 539,580. 13. (11) Kyle Petty. Randleman, N.C., Pontiac, 74, $22.980 14 (25) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford. 74, $33.680. 15. (9) Wally Dallenbach Jr.. Basalt. Colo.. Chevrolet. 74, 523,930. 16. (19) Mike Skinner. Susanvllle. Calif.. Chevrolet. 74. $22.830. 17. (33) Steve Grissom, Gadsdnn, Ala.. Chevrolet. 74. 532,855. 18. (21) Derrike Cope. Spanaway. Wash., Ponliac, 74. 521.705. 19. (23) Bobby Hamilton. Nashville, Tenn.. Pontiac. 74, $36,680. 20. (29) Bobby Labonte. Corpus Christi. Texas, Pontiac, 74, $41,105. 21. (35) Johnny Benson Jr.. Grand Rapids, Mich.. Pontiac. 74. $32,555. 22. (34) Mike Wallace, SI. Louis, Chevrolet, 74. $23,505. 23. (41) Morgan Shepherd, Conovor, N.C.. Pontiac. 74, $32.280. 24. (28) Butch Gilliland, Anaheim. Calif.. Ford. 74.521,410. 25. (30) Dave Marcls, Wausau, Wis.. Chevrolet, 74, $25,350. 26. (16) Sterling Marlin. Columbia. Tenn.. Chevrolet. 74, 537,380. 27. (39) Jeremy MayliDld, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 73, $24,965. 28. (27) Tom Hubert, Cotlonwood. Calif., Ford. 73, $21.350. 29. (22) Hut Stricklin, Calera, Ala., Ford. 73, $31,840. 30. (17) John Andretti, Indianapolis, Ford, 73. $31,710. 31. (15) Ken Schrader. Fenton. Mo., Chevrolet, 73, $31,290. 32. (13) Bill Ellioll, Dawsonville, Ga.. Ford, 70, $31,140. 33. (43) Sean Woodside, Saugus, Calil., Pontiac, 69. $20,905. 34. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 68, $45,890. 35. (31) Bobby Hillin Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford, 64, $23,965. 36. (36) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis. Ford, 61, $30,850. 37. (42) Jeff Davis, Anaheim, Calif., Ford. 60, $30.745, accident, 38. (44) Larry Gunselman, Sierra Village, Calif., Ford, 60, $20.720, rear end, 39. (40) Ricky Craven, Newburgh, Maine. Chevrolet, 58. $30.220. 40. (2) Rusty Wallace, SI. LoMs. Ford, 47, $38,720, engine. 41. (18) Robby Gordon, Cerritos, Calil., Chevrolet, 43, 527,720, engine. 42. (37) Lance Hooper. Palmdale, Calif., Ford. 40, $21.820. engine. 43. (38) Gary Bradberry, Chelsea, Ala., Ford, 31,520,720, engine. 44. (7) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 10. $29,220. engine. Basketball NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Bost-of-5) Saturday's results Seattle 116. Phoenix 92, Seattle wins series 32 Sunday's results Miami 91, Orlando 83, Miami wins series 3-2 Atlanta 84, Detroit 79, Atlanta wins series 3-2 SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Sunday's result Utah 93, LA Lakers 77, Utah leads series 1-0 Monday's game Seattle at Houston, 7 p.m. NBA summaries JAZ2 93, LAKERS 77 LA LAKERS (77) Horry 0-2 2-2 2. Campbell 4-131-29, O'Neal 6-16 5-8 17, Jones 6-15 2-2 17, Van Exel 7-19 5-5 23. Rooks 0-0 0-0 0, Kersey 2-4 0-0 4, Bryant 1-7 0-1 3, Scoll 0-2 0-0 0, Fisher 1-1 0-1 2. Totals 27-79 15-21 77. UTAH (93) Russell 3-11 1-4 9, Malone 9-21 5-10 23. Ostertag 4-6 0-0 8, Hornacek 4-10 1-210, Stockton 2-5 5-6 10. Eisley 2-3 4-4 8, Foster 1-1 0-0 2, Anderson 2-4 3-4 8, Carr 3-5 0-2 6, Morris 3-7 1 • 2 9. Totals 33-72 20-34 93. LA Lakers 25 15 20 17—77 Utah 27 25 16 23—93 3-Point goals—Los Angeles 8-21 (Van Exel 49, Jones 3-6, Bryant 1-5, Horry 0-1), Utah 7-16 (Morris 2-4, Russell 2-6, Anderson 1-1, Hornacek 1-2, Stockton 1-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Los Angeles 51 (O'Neal 12), Utah 33 (Malone 13), Assists—Los Angeles 16 (Van Exel 4), Utah 24 (Hornacek 7). Total fouls—Los Angeles 29. Ulah 17. Technicals—O'Neal, Malone, Utah coach Sloan, Carr. A—19,911 (19,911). HE AT 91, MAGIC 83 ORLANDO (83) Anderson 4-7 0-0 11, Strong 3-6 7-9 13, Schayos 1-5 0-0 2, P.Hardaway 8-22 13-17 33, Shaw 0-1 0-0 0, Wilkins 4-10 1-2 10, Armstrong 5-12 0-0 12, Scolt 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 26-67 21-28 83. MIAMI (91) Mashbum 2-6 4-4 8, Brown 3-10 6-6 12, Mourning 9-17 4-7 22, Lenard 6-13 3-4 19. T.Hardaway 5-20 0-0 11, Askins 1-1 2-2 5, Ma- iorle 4-9 1-1 11, Crotty 1-1 0-0 3. Totals 31-77 20-2491. Orlando 20 14 19 30—83 Miami 22 19 28 22—91 3-Point goals—Orlando 10-26 (P.Hardaway 410, Anderson 3-6, Armstrong 2-6, Wilkins 1-2, Scott 0-2), Miami 9-24 (Lenard 4-9, Majerle 2-5, Crotty l-l, Askins 1-1, T.Hardaway 1-7, Mashburn 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Orlando 46 (Strong 12), Miami 52 (Brown 14). Assists—Orlando 18 (P.Hardaway 6), Miami 20 (T.Hardaway 11). Total fouls—Orlando 18, Miami 20. A—15,200 (15,200). HAWKS 84, PISTONS 79 DETROIT (79) Hill 9-24 3-6 21, Thorpe 4-7 2-2 10, Mills 5-13 0-013, Dumars 6-11 3-3 16, Hunter 7-17 t-1 17, McKie 0-5 0-0 0, Long 1-2 0-0 2, Mahom 0-2 000. Totals 32-81 9-12 79. ATLANTA (84) Corbin 5-100-011, Uettner 9-17 4-4 23, Mu- lombo 7-11 3-6 17, Smith 2-9 B-9 (3, Blaylock 5172-4 15, Recasner 1-21-1 3, Henderson 0-1 22 2. Totals 29-67 20-28 84. Detroit 25 17 20 17—79 Atlanta 22 20 12 30—84 3-Point goals—Delroit 6-24 (Mills 3-9, Hunter 2-8, Dumars 1-5, McKie 0-2), Atlanta 6-23 (Blaylock 3-12, Corbin 1-1, Uettner 1-2, Smith 1-7, Recasner 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Detroit 44 (Hunter 9), Atlanta 54 (Mutombo, Blaylock 9). Assists—Delioit 11 (Hill 6), Atlanta 17 (Corbin, Blaylock 5). Total fouls—Delroit 22, Atlanta 15. Technicals—Detroit illegal defense 2. A—16,376 (16.378). Golf PGA results THE WOODLANDS. Texas (AP) — Top 12 results wilh prize money Sunday Irorn Ihe $ f .6 million Shell Houston Open, played on the 7,042- yard, par 72 TPC al The Woodlands (x-won on first playoff hole): x-Phil Blackmar, $268,000 68-71-67-70—276 Kevin Sutherland, $172,600 66-72-66-70—276 Slave Elkinglon, $108,800 69-74-70-65—276 Hal Sutton, $70,400 68-72-71 -66—279 Scott Hoch, $70.400 73-68-68-70-279 Lanny Wadklns, $55.600 73-70-71 -67—281 Jerry Kelly, $55.600 70-66-69-74—281 Larry Rinker, $43,200 72-69-71-70—282 Nolan Henko. $43,200 73-71 -68-70—282 David Ogrin, $43,200 69-68-74-71—262 John Morse, $43,200 68-74-69-71 -282 J.P. Hayes, $43.200 73-72-64-73—282 Seniors results BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- Top 10 results with money winnings Sunday ol the $ 1.15 million Bruno's Memorial Classic on the 6,967-yard, par-72 Greyslono Country Club course: Jay Sigol. 5175,500 68-67-70—205 Gil Morgan, 5101,200 67-72-69—208 l5aoAokl.jB2.flOO 69-71-70—210 Bob Eastwood. 569.000 70-68-73—211 Walt Morgan, $55.200 70-73-69—212 Chi Chi Rodriguez. 546,000 72-69-72—213 Harold Henning, $39.100 73-69-72—214 Hate Invin, $39.100 71-68-75—214 Brian Barnes. 531.050 75-67-7.3—215 JC.Snead. 531,050 72-68-75—215 LPGA results DAYTONA BEACH. Fla. (AP) — Top 10 results with money winnings Sunday of the $1.2 mitfion LPGA Sprint Titleho'ders Championship on the 6.393-yard, par-72 LPGA International course: Tammie Green. 5180.000 66-67-69-72—274 A Sorenstam, S111,711 71-69-70-66—276 Cindy Schreyer, $65,416 69-71-70-67—277 Kelly Robbins. 565.416 72-67-69-69—277 Karrie Webb, 565,416 68-71-69-69—277 Nancy Lopez, S42.268 70-70-66-72—278 Sherri Sleinhauer, 533,513 71-70-68-70—279 Dawn Coo-Jones. 533,513 70-71-68-70—279 Pat Hurst. $24,455 72-72-70-66—280 Meg Mallon, $24,455 72-67-70-71—280 County results SALINE COUNTY FOUR BALL MATCH PLAY At Elks Country Club Championship Flight Sunday's results Championship — Robertson-Mitchell del. Jensen-Ryan, 1-up (37th hole). First (light Sunday's results Semifinal — Aguirre-Oslmeyer def. Slain- brook-Ziegler, 2 and 1. Championship — Smilh-lngrassla del. Aguirre-Oslmeyer, 1-up. Softball Juco iinescores DODGE CITY 13, BROWN MACKIE 0 Dodge City 402 007 — 13 10 0 Brown Mackie 000 000 — 0 3 3 WP— Rogge. LP— Knitter. BROWN MACKIE 2, DODGE CITY 1 Dodge City Brown Mackie 001 000 0 — 1 101 000 x — 2 2B— BM: Alton. WP— Knitter. LP— Eden. 3S— BM: Rodriquez. Track & field State college KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE At Sterling MEN Team scores Southwestern 187, Sterling 88, Bethany 82, Bethel 69. Kansas Wesleyan 67. Oltawa 59, McPherson 34. Tabor 33. Individual results Long Jump — 1. Hudson, ST, 23-3 'A; 2. Davidson, ST, 22-1; 3. Humphrey. KW, 20-10; 5. Batchman, BY, 20-9. High lump — 1. Davidson, ST, 6-6; 2. Humphrey, KW, 6-4; 3. Cooper. KW, 6-2; 5. Druse, KW, 6-0; 6. Wooland. BY, 5-10, Shot put — 1. Myles. SW. 45-B; 2. Sieminski, KW, 44-9; 3. Houghlon, BY, 44-4?,; 4. Marschall, KW, 42-7%; 5. Taldo, BY. 41-10'A; 6. Peterson, BY, 40-11. Javelin — t. Garrison, TB, 192-3; 2. Peterson, BY. 170-11; 3. Coleman, MP, 170-1; 5. Cunningham, BY, 164-1. Triple |ump — 1. Davidson, ST, 45-2; 2. Zachary, ST, 43-11 %; 3. Calhoun, BY, 43-7; 6. Cooper, KW, 40-7'/s. Hammer throw — 1. DeGarmo, BY, 159-0; 2. Malone, SW, 147-8; 3. Peterson, BY, 138-5; 4. Taldo, BY, 130-0; 5. Baggs, BY, 128-3. Discus — 1. DeGarmo, BY, 141-10; 2. Robinson, ST, 134-2; 3. Coleman, MP, 127-4; 4. Sieminski, KW, 125-11. Pole vault — 1. Peters, BL, 15-0; 2. Godwin. BY. 14-6; 3. Hensley, BY, 13-0. 100m dash — 1. Rhodes, SW, 10.94; 2. James, MP, 11.19; 3. Johnson, OT, 11.35. 200m dash — 1. Rhodes, SW, 21.87; 2. Guhr, BL, 22.28; 3. Johnson, OT, 22.35; 6. Hammer- melster, BY, 23.25. 400m dash — 1. Rhodes. TB, 49.3; 2. Lucas, OT, 49.5; 3. Hammermeisler, BY, 50.9; 5. Rhodes, KW, 52.2. 800m mn — 1. Herbers, SW, 1:56,26; 2. Helmer, SW, 1:56.56; 3. Rock. SW, 2:01.17; 4. Sawyer, KW, 2:01.30. 1,500m run — 1. Shaw, SW, 4:04.7; 2. Sawyer, KW, 4:05.7; 3. Knapp, SW, 4:05.9. Steeplechase — 1. P/olhro. SW, 9:47.2; 2. Barger, BL, 9:49.1; 3. Jost, TB, 9:54.1. 5,000m run — 1. Prothro, SW, 15:53.7; 2. Shaw, SW, 16:06.5; 3. Hunt, 16:11.2; 4. Sawyer, KW, 16:23.5. 10,000m run — 1. Papon, SW, 33:29.5; 2. Bomhofl, SW, 33:38.4; 3. Wheatley, 34:54.5. 400m relay — 1. Southwestern, 42.44; 2. McPherson, 43.23; 3. Bethel, 43.45; 6. Bethany 44.12. 1,600m relay — 1. Otlawa, 3:19.7; 2. Southwestern, 3:21.4; 3. Bethel. 3:23.6; 4. Kansas Wesleyan, 3:25.7. 110m hurdles — 1. Hilton, ST, 15.26; 2. Carter, BL, 15.36; 3. Torber, BL. 15.76. 400m hurdles — 1. Harris, OT, 53.84; 2. Carter, BL, 54.01; 3. Humphrey, KW, 54.28. Male athlete ol the year — Brandon Davidson, Sterling. Co-coaches ol the year — Jim Helmer, Southwestern & Bill Bauer, Sterling. WOMEN Team scores Southwestern 238, Sterling 132, Bethany 55, Ottawa 41, Bethel 37, Kansas Wesleyan 26, McPherson 20, Tabor 3. Individual results Long jump — 1. Ledbetter, SW, 17-11; 2. Nash, MP, 167-11; 3. Grimstad, 16-9 'h; 5. Medley, BY, 16-4; 6. Logger, BY, 16-1 'A. High |ump — 1. Honek, SW, 5-1; 2. Schullz, SW, 5-0; 3. Sneed, SW, 4-10. Shot put — 1. Russell, ST, 38-6; 2. Bell, SW, 36-6; 3. Ptacek, BY, 36-1. Javelin — 1. Simpson, ST, 116-9; 2. Russell, ST, 110-10; 3. Hackley, ST, 110-t. Triple Jump — 1. Neasch, McPherson, 36-6; 2, Sneed, SW, mark not available; 3. Couller. BL, 34-8. Dlscu» — 1. Houlden. SW, 116-10; 2. Ntosche, BL, 114-2; 3. Russell, ST, 110-5. Hammer throw — 1. Houlden, SW, 137-1; 2, Ifeche, BL, 107-2; 3. Boehm, ST, 103-5. 100m daih — 1. Ledbetter, SW, 12.1; 2. Granzow, SW, 12.8; 3. Carter, ST, 13.1. 200m daah — 1. Ledbetter, SW, 25.54; 2. While, SW, 26.24; 3. Granzow, SW, 26.79; 4. Stockman, BY, 26.96. 400m dash — 1. White, SW, 58.3; 2. Stockman, BY, 1:00.0; 3. Vincent, ST, 1:02.3. 800m run — 1. Berry, SW, 2:22.94; 2. Pinkslon, ST, 2:25.45; 3. Wisdom, OT, 2:25.71. 1,500m run — 1. Berry, SW, 4:53.9; 2. Pinkston, ST, 4:54.0; 3. Colvin, ST, 5:05.0. 3,000m run — 1. Beil, OT, 10:56.0; 2. Rios, SW, 10:58.7; 3. Thomas, BY, 11:08.8. 5,000m run —11. Beil. OT, 19:17.8; 2. Rios, SW, 19:32.2; 3. Thomas, BY, 19:32.9. 400m relay — 1. Southwestern, 48.59; 2. Sterling, 51.45; 3. Bethany, 52.18; 5. Kansas Wesleyan, 53.87. 1,600m relay — 1. Southwestern, 4:08.08; 2. Sterling, 4:10.0; 3. Belhany, 4:11.3; 4. Kansas Wesleyan, 4:19.7. 110m hurdles — 1. Plumley, SW, 15.36; 2. Gibson, SW, 16.77; 3. Revis, BY, 17.32; 4. Ter- penlng.KW, 17.54. 400m hurdlM — 1. Robinson, KW, 1:03.13; 2. Sneed, SW, 1:09.69; 3, Roberts, KW, 1:13,44; 4. Revis, BY, 1:15.38. Female athlete ol the year — Nicole Ledbel- ter, Southwestern, Co-codcftet of the year — Mike Kirkland, Southwestern & Bill Bauer, Sterling. Swimming High school GREAT BEND INVITITIONAL Taam scoraa Manhattan 297Vi, Garden City 152. Hays 137, Salina South 136'/i. El Dorado 135, Newton 126, McPherson 117, Hutchlnson 109. Wichita Noilluvesl 42, Salina Central 27, Great Bend 21, Junction City 2. Salina results 200 medley relay — 2. Salina South (Coellner, Weaver, Lanipe, Zier), 2:01.99 (school record). 200 Individual medley — 1. Coellner, SS, 2:11.96. 60 freeatyle — 4. Lampe, SS, 27.06.100 butterfly -- 2. Lampe, SS, 1:08.10. 100 freestyle — 1. Coellner, SS, 53.88. 600 freestyle - 4. Zier, SS, 6:11.02. 100 back- sl/oke — 3. Porter, 1:07.31. 400 freestyle relay — 1. Salina South (Coellner, Weaver, Lampe, Ziei), 4:01.31. if SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing ENNIS. Toxns Joe Amato won in top fuel. Randy Anderson in funny car and Warren Johnson in pro stock on Sunday in the $1,481,100 Lone Star Nationals at the Texas Motorplex. Amato collected his third victory of the season while Anderson, a rookie, made it two in a row and spoiled the 48th birthday of six-time NI-IRA funny car champion John Force, who lost in the final. Johnson's victory was his second of the year. Amato beat Larry Dixon in the top fuel final, covering a quarter mile in 4.638 seconds at 316.01 mph. Dixon was timed in 4,806 at 307.58. Anderson beat Force at the starting line, giving him the margin necessary to offset Force's slight performance advantage. Anderson had a run of 5.056 seconds at 284.36 in a Pontiac to Force's 5.054 at 299.10. It the first time since 1992 that Force has lost consecutive finals, and that was the only year in the 1990s that Force didn't win the funny car championship. Johnson won the pro stock final to spoil Scott Geoffrion's quest for his first victory in two years. Johnson had a 6.985 run at 198.71 mph to Geoffrion's 7.042 at 196.37. Baseball CLEVELAND — Detroit Tigers pitcher Willie Blair had his jaw broken Sunday when struck by Julio Franco's line drive in the sixth inning of a 20 victory over the Cleveland Indians. Blair was working on a four-hit shutout with two outs in the sixth inning when Franco hit a shot right back at the mound. The batted ball, clocked by a radar gun at 107 mph, struck Blair in the side of the head, and he fell to the ground clutching his face. Blair, 31, lay motionless for more than five minutes while Tigers manager Buddy Bell, teammates and trainers with both teams attended to him. Franco ran past first base, then remained squatted with his head in his hands, trying not to look. An ambulance entered the stadium through a door in the left-field wall, and Blair was loaded onto a stretcher and taken away. He was conscious and taken to the hospital, where X-rays revealed a broken jaw, the Tigers said. He will remain at Lutheran Hospital overnight for observation. It was not yet determined if he will need surgery. NEW YORK — Pete Harnisch was back at the ballpark and back in his New York Mets' uniform Sunday. Harnisch, diagnosed with depression, rejoined his teammates for the first time since the disease forced the pitcher to leave the club last month. "It's a big day for me," he said. Harnisch had planned to make the trip from his New Jersey home to Shea Stadium a few days earlier, but "wasn't feeling so good." After an anxious Saturday night, he decided to give it a go Sunday for the Mets game against the St. Louis Cardinals. He attended morning mass in one of the stadium's clubhouses. He lifted some weights, played catch during batting practice and joked with teammates. "Right now, I'm at a little crossroads as far as the medication I'm taking," he said. "I'm getting better. The anxiety is getting better at this point." Will he pitch again this season? "Oh yeah, absolutely," he said. "I expect too. It's hard for me to put a timetable on it, but I hope to join, the team in the near future." Football DETROIT — Detroit running back Barry Sanders will not report to the team until he receives a contract that pays him more than quarterback Scott Mitchell, The Detroit News reported Sunday. Sanders skipped a mandatory three- day minicamp a week ago to express his unhappiness over not having a new contract, angering new coach Bobby Ross. He wants to be paid considerably more than Mitchell, the newspaper said, citing sources it didn't identify. Sanders has one year left under a contract that will pay him $4.2 million in salary and bonuses, more than $1 million below Mitchell's $5,25 million average. Mitchell signed a four-year deal in February worth $21 million, including an $8 million signing bonus and $2 million in roster bonuses. Golf BRESCIA, Italy — Bernhard Langer fired a course-record 8-under-par 64 Sunday and won the Italian Open by one stroke over Jose Maria Olaz- abal. Langer birdied four of the final five holes to overtake Olazabal and finish at 273,15-under par, for his first European PGA Tour triumph since the 1995 European Open at Kildare, Ireland. The German had nine birdies and only one bogey Sunday, taming the 7,111-yard Gardagolf Country Club course to collect the $126,900 top prize. Running PITTSBURGH - Dave Scudamore, running his first marathon, qualified for this year's World Championships by winning the Pittsburgh Marathon Sunday. Scudamore, a second-year medical student at California-Davis, earned a spot on the U.S. team and a trip to Athens for the championships in August. The race doubled as the national marathon championships. Scudamore, 27, took the lead at the 18-mile mark and quickly moved away from the field. He finished in 2 hours, 13 minutes, 48 seconds, in ideal 50-degree temperature and low humidity. Track RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — The fans came to see the two fastest men in the world and they didn't go away disappointed. Donovan Bailey and Michael Johnson easily won the 100-meter and 200-meter races, respectively, at the Rio Grand Prix track and field meet Sunday. A crowd of about 10,000 fans at Celio de Barros track cheered the affable Bailey but booed Johnson, who had been deemed unfriendly by the local press. 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