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B2 TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at SI. Louis, WTBS. cable 15. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA Playoffs. Atlanta al Chicago, TNT, cable 41, 9:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs L.A. Lakers al Utah, TNT, cable 41. BOXING 8 p.m. — Boxing, Kennedy McKinney vs. Hectot Acero-Sanche;; David Toledo vs. Tony Pep, USA. cable 30. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playolls, New Jersey al NY Rangers. ESPN, cable 38. 9:30 p.m. — NHL Playolls, Detroit al Anaheim. ESPN2, cable 39 RADIO BASEBALL 5:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Kansas City at Boston. KSAL, 1150-AM. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-ol-7) Sunday's results NY Rangers 2, New Jersey 0, series tied 1-1 Detroit 3, Anaheim 2 (3ol), Detroit leads series 2-0 Colorado 4, Edmonton 1, Colorado leads series 2-0 Monday's results Philadelphia 2, Buffalo 1, Philadelphia leads series 2-0 Tuesday's games New Jersey al NY Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Anaheim, 9:30 p.m. Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE Easl Division W L PcL GB Baltimore 19 9 .679 — New York 16 15 .516 4V4 Toronto 14 14 .500 5 Boston 14 15 .483 514 Detroit 12 18 .400 8 Central Division W L Pet. GB -lilwaukee 14 13 .519 — Cleveland 14 14 .500 14 Kansas CHy 14 14 .500 Vi Minnesota 13 18 .419 3 Chicago 10 18 .357 414 West Division W L PcL GB Seattle 18 12 .600 — Texas 16 11 .593 14 Anaheim 14 14 .500 3 Oakland 14 17 .452 414 Sunday's results Detroit 2, Cleveland 0 . Toronto 1, Minnesota 0 Baltimore 11, Oakland 0 Chicago White Sox 4, Anaheim 2 NY Yankees 13, Kansas City 5 Texas 7. Boston 6 Seattle 9. Milwaukee 0 Monday's results Texas al Cleveland, ppd., rain Kansas City 2, Boston 0 Toronto 3, Detroit 1 Anaheim 7, Baltimore 2 Minnesota 9. NY Yankees 8 Milwaukee 11, Oakland 7 Tuesday's games Texas (Pavlik 2-2) at Cleveland (Hershlser 20), 6.05 p.m. Kansas City (Rosado 2-0) at Boston (Gordon 1-3). 6:05 p.m. Detroit (Thompson 2-2) at Toronto (W.Williams 0-2), 6:35 p.m. Anaheim (Rntey 0-1) at Baltimore (Erickson 41). 6:35 p.m. Minnesota (Aldred 1-3) at NY Yankees iD.Wells 2-1), 6:35 p.m. Oakland (Adams 1-3) al Milwaukee (McDon- tid 3-2), 7:05 p.m. Seattle (De.Martinez 1-2) al Chicago White . ox (Alvarez 1-4), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pel. GB Atlanta 22 8 .733 — Florida 17 13 .567 5 Montreal 15 13 .536 6 New York 15 16 .484 7'/4 Philadelphia 9 20 .310 1214 Central Division W L PcL QB Houston 18 13 .581 — Pittsburgh 15 15 .500 2V4 St. Louis' 13 17 .433 4'A Cincinnati 9 20 .310 8 Chicago 7 22 .241 10 West Division W L Pet. QB Colorado 20 9 .690 — San Francisco 18 10 .643 1V4 Los Angeles 16 12 .571 3Vi San Diego 11 17 .393 814 Sunday's results Atlanta 3, Pittsburgh 1 SI. Louis 8, NY Mets 2 Colorado 9, Philadelphia 0 Los Angeles 5, Chicago Cubs 2 Montreal 9, San Diego 3 San Francisco 2, Cincinnati 1,10 innings Houston 1, Florida 0 Monday's result* Florida 3, Pittsburgh 0 Houston 9, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 2, St. Louis 1 NY Mets 6, Colorado 1 Cincinnati at Los Angeles (n) Montreal at San Francisco (n) Tuesday's games NY Mels (Mllcftl 0-3) at Colorado (Swift 3-1), 2:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cooke 2-3) at Florida (A.Feman- dez 3-3), 6:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Schilling 3-3) at Houston (R.Gar- cia 2-1). 7:05 p.m. Atlanta (Smoltz 3-3) at St. Louis (Morris 1-1), 7:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Burba 3-3) al Los Angeles (Aslaclo 3-0), 9:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Foster 2-2) al San Diego (Ashby 2-1), 9:05 p.m. Montreal (P.Martinez 4-0) at San Francisco (Esles 4-1), 9:05 p.m. American League ROYALS 2, RED SOX 0 KANSAS CITY BOSTON abrhbl sbrhbl Offrmn 2b 3010 Grcprr ss 4000 JBell ss 3112 Cidero If 4000 King 1b 4010 MVghn dh 4010 CDavisdh 3010 Jtfison 1b 3000 Vitiate If 3000 Nhring 3D 3010 Rooerlslf 1000 O'Liyrt 2010 Pquetle 3b 4000 JhValtn 2b 3010 Dye if 4000 Hslman c 3000 Spehr c 4010 Bragg d 3010 TGdwin cf 3120 Totals 32 2 7 2 Totels M II S 0 KsnusClty 001 000 010—2 Boston 000 000 000—0 DP—Kansas City 2. LOB—Kansas City 9, Boston 3. 28—King (7), TGoodwin (2). HR— JBell (7). SB—Offerman (3), CDavis (2), CS— Oleary (2). SF—JBell. IP H HER BB SO KtnsssClty Appier W.4-1 9 50017 Boston Hammond L.1-1 8 72239 Corsl 1 00011 T—2:39. A—19,061 (33,925). TWINS », YANKEES 8 MINNESOTA NEW YORK sbrhbl sorhbl KnUch 2b 4212 Raines If 5010 Becker cf 6020 Boggs 3b 3000 MoMotdn 3010 BerVmscf 4110 Lawtonlf 5111 TMrtnz 1b 4331 Stnbchc 4111 FBkterdh 2111 Brede 1b 3000 O'Neill if 4000 Clbinn Ib 2000 Jeter ss 3213 RKelly rf 3221 Duncan 2b 4111 TWatkr 3b 3110 PKelly pr 0000 Ming 3t> 2100 Giraidi c 3012 Meaies ss 5133 Whiten ph 1000 ToUs 40 9 12 8 Totals 33 8 9 8 Minnesota 001 031 202-8 New York 010 400 003—8 E—Jeter (3). LOB—Minnesota 11, New York 2. 2B-Becker (1), HKelly 2 (7), TWalker (4), Mea/es (6). Fielder (9), Girardi (5). HR— Knoblauch (3), Slelnbach (2). Meares (4). TMartino/ (13), Jeter (2). SB—PKelly (1). CS— Raines (1), BaWilfams (3). SF—Fielder. IP H RER BB SO Mlnmsota FRodriguez 4 65521 Swindell W.2-1 4 21101 Agullera 1 1 I 2 1 2 New York Mendoza 42-3 6 4 4 1 2 Meclr L.0-2 12-33 3 3 1 1 Stanton 1-3 1 C 0 2 0 Lloyd 21-3 2 2 0 3 1 T—3:04. A—16,599 (57.545). ANGELS 7, ORIOLES 2 ANAHEIM BALTIMORE sbrhM abrhbl OPmro cf 4000 ByAdsn d 3020 Edmnd 1b 4000 RAImr 2b 4020 Holllns 3b 4210 EDavis rl 5010 Leyritzc 3200 RPmro Ib 4000 Salmon rf 4234 CRIpkn 36 4000 GAndsn If 3110 Surhoff II 4020 EMny dh 4012 Incvgla dh 4000 Allcea 2b 4011 Holies c 3110 DiScna ss 4010 Borclick ss 411? Totals 34 7 8 7 Totals 35 2 9 > Anaheim 400 000 030—7 Baltimore 000 020 000—2 E—Kamieniecki (1). TeMalhews (1). DP— Baltimore 1. LOB—Anaheim 5. Baltimore 10 28—ByAnderson (5). HR—Salmon (4), Bordick (1). OS—Salmon (2). IP H RER BB SO Anaheim DicksonW.5-1 61-3 6 2 2 3 3 McElroy 1-310000 James S.3 21-3 2 0 0 1 3 Baltimore KmnckiL,2-1 7 64432 TeMathews 1 23200 Orosco 1 00020 T—3:00. A—41.296 (48.079). BLUE JAYS 3, TIQERS 1 DETROIT TORONTO sbrhbl abrhbl BLHntr cf 4010 Nixon cl 4110 Hjgnsn II 4010 AGnziz ss 3000 Frymn 3b 4000 Merced rl 3010 ToCIrk 1b 4110 Carter 1b 3001 Pride dh 3000 Sprgue 3b 4010 Nleves rf 3011 CDIgdo dh 3110 Easleyss 3010 Snllagoc 3110 BJhnsn c 2000 SGreen If 3010 JoReed 2b 3000 CGrda 2b 3012 Totals 30 1 S 1 Totals 29 3 7 3 Detroit 010 000 000—1 Toronto 000 020 01 x—3 LOB—Detroit 3, Toronto 5. 2B—Hlgglnson (5). ToClark (4), CDelgado (3), CGarcIa (4). 3B—Nleves (1). SB—Nixon (11). CS—BL- Hunler (3). S—BJohnson, AGonzalez. SF— Carter. IP H RER BB SO Dstrolt Olivares L.1-2 71-3 7 3 3 0 5 MMyers 0 00010 ToJones 2-300000 Toronto Clemens W.5-0 9 5 1 1 0 10 T—2:32. A—27,169(51,000). BREWERS 11, ATHLETICS 7 OAKLAND MILWAUKEE sbrhbl sbrhbl 6021 Bumte rl 4332 5112 Clrillo3b 4110 4000 Nilssondh 3011 4 1 2 1 Jaha 1b 4 12 5120 Nwfield If 200 5130 Mieske rl 110 4211 JsValtn ss 413 3100 GeWmscf 4 1 2 3000 Huson 2b 410 1012 Mthenyc 4 1 0 0000 1010 41 713 7 Mshore cf Brosius 3b Cnseco dh McGwr1b Berroa rf Spiezio 2b Giambi« GoWmsc Bmlgal ss Stairs ph Batista ss Mgdan ph Totsls OsMsnd Mllwsukse Totals 34111110 001 200 400—7 101 060 21X-11 E— Brosius (2), Cirillo (5), Newfleld (1 ). LOB— Oakland 13, Milwaukee 5. 2B- Spiezio (11), Matheny (5). 3B-^sVatenlln (1). HR— Brosius (2), McGwire (12), Bumltz (4), GeWilliams (2). SB— Spiezio (3). SF— Nilsson, Jaha. IP H RER BB Oakland Telgheder L.0-2 42-3 5 RLewls Acre Groom Milwaukee Karl W.1-5 Fetters Wickman DoJones 11-3 1 so 4 0 2 1 4 2 3 1 T—3:27. A—7,762(53,192). National League METS 6, ROCKIES 1 NEW YORK COLORADO sbrhbl sbrhbl Everett cf 3000 EcYng 2n 3000 Alfonzo 3b 4110 Burks cf 4000 Olerud 1b 3110 LWalkr rf 4010 Hndleyc 4345 Glrrgalb 3110 Gikeylt 4000 Bchelielf 3010 Baerga2b 4000 CastillaSb 4021 Ml p 0000 Mnwrn c 4010 Thrmn cf 0000 Weiss ss 2000 Huskey rf 4 0 1 1 Rilz p 2010 Kswdap 0000 VnWalph 1000 Ordnez ss 4000 MMunz p 0000 BJones p 3110 Dejean p 0000 Alxndr 2b 1000 Totals 34 6 t 6 Totals 30 1 7 1 Nsw York 013 010 010—6 Colorado 000 100 000—1 DP—New York 3. LOB—New York 3, Colorado 6. 2B—Hundley (5). HR—Hundley 2 (9). CS—LWalker (2). S—Everett. IP H RER BB SO New York BJones W.5-2 7 61143 McMlchael 1 00000 Kashiwada 1 10000 Colorado RteL.3-4 7 75514 MMunoz 1 11100 Dejean 1 00000 T—2:33. A—48,036 (50,200). BRAVES 2, CARDINALS 1 ATLANTA ST. LOUIS sbrhbl sbrhbl Lofton d 3110 Clayton ss '4020 Tuckerrt 3020 DYng Ib 4010 ChJnes 3b 2000 Lnklrd cf 4120 Mrdcal 3b 2001 Gant II 4000 McGrtf Ib 4010 Gaetli 3b 4000 Klesko If 3111 Mabry rl 4011 AJonesrf 0000 Difelicec 2000 JLopez c 3000 BJordn ph 1000 Lemke 2b 4010 Shaffer c 0000 Blauser ss 3010 DeShld 2b 3000 Neagle p 3000 AlBens p 2000 Whlers p 0000 McGee ph 1000 Fossas p 0000 TJMtw p 0000 Totsli 30 2 7 2 Totsls 33 1 6 1 Atlanta 000 011 000—2 St. Louis 000 000 100-1 E-DeShlelds (1). DP—St. Louis 3, LOB—Atlanta 6, St. Louis 5. 2B—Tucker (2), Clayton (10), Lankford (3). Mabry (5). HR—Klesko (4). SB—Lofton (12), Lanklord (3). S-AJones. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Neagle W.5-0 8 51105 WohlersS,9 1 10002 St. Louis AI8enesL,3-3 8 52226 Fossas 0 10000 TJMathews 1 10011 T—2:42. A—26,113 (49,676). ASTROS 9, PHILLIES 2 PHILADELPHIA HOUSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Jtleries If 4000 Blggio 2b 4111 Mrndni 2o 4000 Spiers ss 5111 Rolen 36 4120 Bgwell Ib 3213 Daulton rf 4122 DeBell cf 3110 Lbrthal c 4000 LGnzIz II 3223 Brogna Ib 4020 Berry 3b 4000 Magee cf 3010 Martin p 0000 RHrrisp 0000 RSprgrp 0000 Plntnbr p 0000 Abreu if 2111 DeMayph 1000 Asmusc 4000 Stocker ss 3000 Holt p 3110 MLeilr p 2000 Bogar ss 1000 Amaro cf 1000 Totals M 2 7 2 Totals 32 9 8 9 PhUadtiphla 000 001 001-2 Houston 010 040 40«—9 LOB—Philadelphia 6, Houston 5 2B—Rolen (5), Daulton (4), Brogna 2 (11), Spiers (4). DeBell (5), LGonzalez (6). HR—Daulton (2), Bigglo (4), Bagwell (9), LGonzalez (1), SB—Abreu (7). IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia MLeiterL.3-3 6 66634 RHarris 1 23310 Planlenberg 1 00000 Houston HoitW,3-3 7 51102 Martin 1 00000 RSpringer I 21101 T—2.33. A—11,268 (53,821). MARLINS 3, PIRATES 0 PITTSBURGH FLORIDA ab r h bl ab r h bl Wnack 2b 4010 LCslillo 2b 4020 Today's schedule TUESDAY, MAY 6 BASEBALL Wichita Collegiate a! Salina Sacred Heart, 4 p.m. Salina Central al Hays. 4 p.m. S^ Saline at Chase County, 4 p.m. Topeka West at Salina South, 4-30 p.m. Kansas City at Boston, 6.05 p.m GOLF Salina Sacred Heart at Marion. 3 p m SOFTBALL SE Saline at Clay Center, 3 p.m. Topeka West al Salina South. 3:30 p.m. Lincoln at Salina Sacred Heart, 4 p.m. Salin Central al McPherson, 5 p.m. TRACK & FIELD SE Saline at Minneapolis, 3 p.m. Salina Sacred Heart at Ouivlra Heights, 3 30 p.m. Alnswrt d AMartn II MaJhsn 1b Elster ss Sveum 3b JGIIm rf Osikc Lleber p MCmgs ph Wnhuse p Rnte.ia ss Floyd II Shllield rl Alou cl Bonilla 3b Esnrich 1b Conine 1b CJhnsn c Helling p Totals 31 Pittsburgh Florida E—Womack Pittsburgh 7, Shellield (5), LCastillo(12). Pittsburgh Lleber L, I-3 Wainhouse Florida Helling W.1-1 Powell Nen S.8 T-2:17.A— 000 0 1 0 000 0 1 0 0 1 0 000 000 000 000 000 Powell p Nen p 040 4110 4110 4112 3000 3011 2000 0000 3010 2000 1000 0000 30 3 7 3 Totals 000 000 000—0 000 300 OOx—3 (3). DP—Pittsburgh 2. LOB— Florida 4. 2B—Womack (4), Bonilla (8). SB—AMarlln (7), IP H HER BB SO 6311 1000 6 20024 2 00004 1 20001 16,616(41,855). Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS Eastern Division W L Pet. QB Jackson (Astrosl 16 13 .552 — Arkansas (Cardinals) 14 13 .519 1 Shreveport (Giants) 14 14 ,500 114 Tulsa (Rangers) 12 16 .429 3V4 Western Division San Antonio (Dodgers)20 8 .714 — Midland (Angels) 16 14 .533 5 El Paso (Brewers) 14 16 .467 7 Wichita (Royals) 8 20 .286 12 Monday's results Jackson 4, El Paso 3,10 innings Arkansas 8, Midland 2 Wichita 4, Shreveport 2 San Antonio 1. Tulsa 0 Tuesday's games Shreveport al Wichita, 7:15 p.m. El Paso at Jackson Midland at Arkansas Tulsa at San Anlonlo Juco linescore BARTON COUNTY 4 BROWN MACKIE 2 Brown Mackie 000 101 000 - 2 7 2 Barton County 001 003 OOx - 4 12 2 WP — Scogin. LP — Green (2-4). S — Stanford. 2B — BM: Crosby, Powell, Brack. High school SE SALINE 10, ELL-SALINE 0 Ell-Sal™ 000 000 - 0 4 1 SE Saline 102 124 - 10 9 0 WP-White. LP-Lantz. 2B-ES: Taylor; SES: Myers, Th.Douglas. HR-SES: White. ELL-SALINE 15, SE SALINE 6 Ell-Saline (10)00 014 0-15 13 1 SE Saline 000 123 0 - 6 62 WP-Bennlnghoven. LP-Tuzicka. 2B-ES: Anderes, Johnson, Taylor; SES: Myers. HR-SES: Th.Douglas. BELOIT 7, LINCOLN 4 Beloit 110 030 2 - 7 15 0 Lincoln 100 101 1 - 4 53 WP-Bamett. LP-Obermueller. 2B-B: Niswald, Odle, Treasler. 3B-L: Biggs. LINCOLN 7, SYLVAN 3 Sylvan 110 010 0 - 3 6 1 Lincoln 2)2 020 x - 7 4 3 WP-Gebhart. LP-Cheney. 3B-S: Wehrman, Meyer. Freshmen SALINA SOUTH 12 SALINA CENTRAL 1 Salina Central 00010- 1 4 5 Salina South 162 3x - 12 12 1 WP — Moody. LP — Romans. 2B — SS: Keley. SALINA SOUTH 17 SALINA CENTRAL 3 Salina Cenlral 000 03 - 3 8 6 Salina South 451 7x - 17 17 0 WP — Engle. LP — Sharp. 2B — SC: Relnert 2, Counter, Wilson; SS: Fiske. McClaln, Engle, Kelley. 3B — SS: Nave. HR — SS: Flske. Basketball NBA playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of-5) 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, L.A. Lakers 77, Utah leads series 1-0 Monday's result Houston 112, Seattle 102, Houston leads series 1-0 Tuesday's games Atlanta at Chicago, 7 p.m. LA Lakers al Ulah, 9:30 p.m. NBA summary ROCKETS 112, SONICS 102 SEATTLE (102) Schrempf 5-8 3-3 15, Komp 11-15 2-2 24, Cummlngs 7-13 0-0 14. Hawkins 4-10 0-0 12. Payton 7-16 4-6 19, Perkins 3-8 1-2 8. Wingate 1-7 0-0 3, Graham 1-3 0-0 2, Mcllvaine 0-1 0-0 0. Snow 2-4 0-0 5. Totals 41-85 10-13 102. HOUSTON (112) Elie 7-81-1 20, Barkley 7-14 3-5 19, Olajuwon 6-11 3-4 15, Drexler 8-15 3-4 22, Maloney 6-10 1-1 17, Willis 3-7 0-0 6, Thieatt 2-4 0-0 5, Johnson 2-4 0-0 4, Harrington 0-0 4-4 4. Totals 41-73 15-19112. Seattle 25 30 16 31—102 Houston 35 29 32 16-112 3-Point goals—Seattle 10-22 (Hawkins 4-7. Schrempl 2-2, Snow 1-2, Wingalo 1-2, Perkins 1-3, Paylon 1-4. Kemp 0-1, Graham 0-1), Houston 15-28 (Elle 5-5. Maloney 4-8, Drexler 3-6, aarkley 2-5, Threat! 1-3, Johnton 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Seattle 42 (Kemp 11), Houston 41 (Olajuwon 11). Assists—Seattle 26 (Snow 7), Houston 30 (Elie 8). Total fouls— Seattle 22, Houston 16. Technicals—Kemp, Payton, Barkley. A—16,285 (16.285). frack ft field High school HILLSBORO TROJAN INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Halstead 122, Hillsboro 82. Belle Plaine 73. Hesslon, 71. Nickerson 52, Little River 49, Marion 32, Remington 32, Canlon-Galva 15, Centre 12, Peabody 12, Smoky Valley 2. Individual results 110m hurdlst — 1. Janes, Hillsboro, 16.01; 2. Powers, Ma/ion, 17.83; 3. Bremikoler, Peabody 18.53, 100m dun — 1. Latimoro, Halstead, 11.16; 2. Bennell, Halstead, 11.38; 3. Emmons, Belle Plaine, 11.61. 1,600m run — 1. Rempel, Hesslon, 4:44.93: 2. Mauck, Remington, 4:46,85; 3. Hawkins, Halstead, 4:48.81. 400m dash - - 1. Emmons. Belle Maine, 54.69: 2. Muoll, Nickoibon. 55.89; 3. Harrison. Nickerson, 56 92. 300m hurdles •--1. Janes. Hillsboro. 44 22; 2. Runich, Halslead, 44.96; 3. Powers, Marion 45.8. 800rn run — 1. Rempel. Hesston, 2:07.57; 2. Mauck, Herriintjlori, 2:08.16; 3. Hawkins, Hcil- sload, 2:08.62. 200rn dash — 1 Lalimoie, HalsUad, 23.27; 2. Emmons. Belle Plntne, 23 82, 3. Hodgson, Little River, 23.97. 3,200m run — 1. Koehn Hesston. 11:02.58: 2. Osborne. Halstead. (1:13.69; 3. Lancaster. Hillsboro. 11-33.34 Pole vault — 1. Hell. Marion. 11-6; 2. Marsh. Halslead, 11-0; 3. Lanzrath, Remington, 10-6. Shot put — 1. Stansbury, Hesslon, 47-2; 2. Slack, Belle Plaine, 46-5'j; 3. Whorton, Little River, 45-'/.. Long Jump — 1, Janzen, Hillsboro. 20-'i; 2 Sparling, Belle Plaine. 19-4",; 3. Wohletz, Little River. 18-11. Discus — 1. Stansbury, Hesston, 156-3; 2. Whorton, Little River, 155-4; 3. Latterly, Little River, 150-6. K'gh |ump — 1. Jones, Nickerson, 6-6; 2. Driggers, Hillsboro, 6-0; 2. Weaver, Hosston, 510. Javelin — 1. Carmlchael, Halstead, 163-5; 2. Jones, Nickerson, 15B-4; 3. Latlerty, Llllle River. 148-5. Triple |ump — 1. Vogel, 41 0; 2. Brunner, Centre, 39-1 Vi; 3. Renich, Halslead, 38-1015. 3,200m relay — 1. Nickerson, 9:13.8; 2. Hal- slead, 9:27.3; 3. Belle Plaine, 9.38.4. 400m relay — 1. Halslead, 45.07; 2. Hillsboro. 46.02; 3. Remington, 47.55. 1,600m relay — 1. Hillsboro, 3:42.22; 2. Hal- slead. 3:42.84; 3. Nickerson, 3:53,23. GIRLS Team scores Marion 117, Hillsboro 99. Halstead 97, Belle Plaine 58, Nickerson 57, Little River 55, Hesslon 26, Centre 17, Smoky Valley 9, Canton-Galva 6. Peabody 6, Remington 6. Individual results Triple |ump — 1. Bennett. Marion, 33-9Vi; 2. Willard, Nickerson, 32-6 14; 3. Hedrick, Nickerson, 32-8. 3,200m relay — 1. Belle Plaine, 10:45.4; 2. Marion, 10:58.3; 3. Halslead, 11:33.9. 800m relay — 1. Hillsboro, 1:53.04; 2. Marion, 1:54.45; 3. Halstead. 1:55.69. 400m relsy — 1. Little River, 52.55; 2. Marion, 53.32; 3. Hillsboro, 53.89. 1,600m relay — 1. Hillsboro. 4:27.83; 2. Halstead, 4:32.67; 3. Belle Plaine, 4:45.5. 100m hurdles — 1. Machova, Hillsboro, 15.2; 2. Miles, Halstead, 15.75; 3. Hedrick, Nickerson, 17.28. 100m dash — 1. Keller, Halslead, 12.46; 2. Burdick. Little River, 12.93; 3. Sleber, Hesslon, 13.12. 1,600m run — 1. Duerksen, Hillsboro, 5:52.0; 2. Chaloupka. Belle Plaine, 5:53.1; 3. Taylor, Marion, 5:53.94. 400m dash — 1. Keller. Halslaad, 1:00.47; 2. Boese, Hillsboro, 1:05.25; 3. Zimmerman. Belle Plaine, 1:06.28. 300m hurdles — 1. Machova, Hillsboro, 49.44; 2. Miles, Halstead, 51.23; 3. Brown, Belle Plaine, 57.96. 800m run — 1. Costello, Marion, 2:42.67; 2. Duerksen, Hillsboro, 2:42.92; 3. Darrow, Marion, 2:43.8. 200m dash — 1. Keller, Halstead, 25.75; 2. Wilcox, Marion, 27.3; 3. Sleber, Hesston, 27.9. 3,200m run — 1. Taylor, Marion, 12:52.74; 2. Hanson, Marion, 12:54.6; 3. Jelferles, Belle Plaine, 13:31.79. Shot put — 1. Chlsholm, Hillsboro, 36-3'A; 2. Cordell, Little River, 35-5; 3. Buckaloo, Nickerson, 34-6 Vi. Long jump — 1. Miles, Halslead, 16-6; 2. Hatterman. Centre, 15-8V4; 3. Belsel. Marlon, 158%. Discus — 1. Swelgart, Hesslon, 125-3; 2. Patterson, Smoky Valley, 122-1; 3. Cordell, Little River, 117-10. High |ump — 1. Keller, Halslead, 5-0; 2. Maggard. Marion, 4-10; 3. Duerksen. Hillsboro, 4-8. Javelin — 1. Prose, Little River, 129-5; 2. Cordell, Little River, 124-2; 3. Harder, Hillsboro, 94-4 'A. LUCAS-LURAY INVITATIONAL At Russell BOYS Team scores Kensington 92, Wilson 85, Lucas-Luray 83, Waconda East 61, SJ Military 43, Palco 39, Lincoln 37, Eastern Heights 33, Natoma 28, Sylvan 18. Individual results 400m relay — 1. Kensington, 48.12; 2. Wilson. 49.57; 3. Waconda Easl, 49.7; 5. SJ Military, 51.88. 400m dash — 1. Maupin, Natoma, 56,89; 2. Valdez, SJ Military, 59.52; 3. Beckman, Kensington, 1:00,58. 800m run — 1. Palmer, Lucas-Luray, 2:18.94; 2. Bohm, Kensington, 2:23.54; 3. Bearden, SJ Military, 2:25.77. 300m hurdles — 1. Soukup, Wilson, 44.88; 2. Dohl, Sylvan, 44.9; 3. Darnall, Palco, 47.36; 6. Wagslatf, SJ Military, 51.65. 200m dash — 1. Maupin, Naloma, 25.38; 2. Soukup, Wilson, 25.61; 3. Beckman, Kensington. 25,86. 3,200m run — 1. Bretz, Lucas-Luray, 11:36.20; 2. Mettlen, Lucas-Luray, 11:37.34; 3. Triebwasser, SJ Military. 12:29.76. 1,600m relay — 1. Wilson, 4:04.84; 2. Waconda Easl. 4:09.31; 3, Palco, 4:09.32; 4. SJ Military, 4:12.19. Long |ump — 1. Union, Waconda East, 19- 2'A; 2. Bohm, Kensington, 19-1'/;; 3. Oolton, Lucas-Luray, 18-9%. Discus — 1. Fell, Lucas-Luray, 132-8; 2. Slavik, Kensington, 132-0; 3. Boyle, Eastern Heights, 120-7; 5. Rutherford, 99-0. High |ump — 1. Dolton, Lucas-Luray, 6-0; 2. Allphin, Palco, 5-8; 3. Bohm, Kensington. 5-8; 6. Shriver, SJ Military, 5-4. Triple jump — 1. Beanly, Kensington, 35-10; 2. Fraenza, Waconda East, 34-1; 3. Miller, Wilson, 33-10. Shot put — 1. Slavik. Kensington, 52-1; 2. Kobboman, Lincoln, 41-2V4; 3. Boyle, Eastern Heights, 40-1114. Javelin — 1. Boyle, Eastern Heights, 176-3; 2. Maupin. Naloma, 160-3; 3. Feil, Lucas-Luray, 148-8. 110m hurdtes — 1. Dohl, Sylvan, 18.89; 2. Soukup, Wilson, 18.92; 3. Willings, Lincoln. 20.99; 5. Wagstatl, SJ Military. 21.38. 3,200m relay — 1. Wilson, 10:10.90; 2. SJ Military. 10:28.61; 3. Kensington, 10:38.97. 100m dash — 1. Beckman. Kensington. 12.67; 2. (tie) Abell, Lincoln, & McPeak. Waconda East. 13.01. 1,600m run — 1. Mettlen, Lucas-Luray, 5:14.93; 2. Palmer, Lucas-Luray, 5:16.24; 3. Kostar, Wilson, 5:17.00; 5. Triebwasser, SJ Military, 6:45.41. GIRLS Team scores Wilson 116, Lucas-Luray 84, Naloma 82, Lincoln 64. Eastern Heights 49, Sylvan 37. Waconda East 34. Kensington 29, Palco 27. Individual results 400m relay — 1. Lucas-Luray, 57.54; 2. Eastern Heights. 58.56; 3. Kensington, 59.08. 400m dash — 1. Ptacek. Wilson. 1:08.23; 2. Maupin, Naloma, 1:08.40. 3. Dohl, Sylvan, 1:09.43, 300m hurdles — 1. Scoll, Waconda Easl, 52.71; 2. Kepka. Wilson. 53.23; 3. Urban, Lucas- Luray, 56.41. 800m run — 1. Shearer, Naloma, 2:40.51; 2. Maupin, Naloma, 2:5354; 3. Trude, Eastern Heights, 2:56.66. 200m dash — 1. Placek, Wilson, 30.67; 2, Conaway, Kensington, 30.95; 3. Dohl, Sylvan, 30.96. 3,200m run — 1. Urban. Lucas-Luray, 15.19.68; 2. Zamrzla, Sylvan, 15:25.06; 3. Bishop, Lincoln, 15:44.63. 1,600m relay — 1. Naloma, 4:41.67; 2. Wilson, 4:45.68; 3. Waconda East. 4:52.88. High )ump — 1. Crangle, Lincoln, 4-6; 2, Woodward. Palco. 4-4; 3. Maupin. Natoma, 4-4. Triple Jump — 1, Maupin, Naloma, 30-5 V f ; 2. Crispin, Lincoln, 27-9 '/<; 3. Rathbun, Natoma, 26-8 V,. Shot pul — 1. Laisen, Lincoln, 31-2; 2. Gailros, Wilson, 30-11 Vi; 3. Blase, Lucas-Luray, 28-10. Long lump — 1 Zwoilel, Lucas-Luiay, 156'<i; 2. Crispin, Lincoln. 13-7; 3. Pickering. Lincoln, 12-11. Discus — I. Knipp, Palco, 86-6; 2. Gailros, Wilson, 82-9: 3. Romanowski. Lucas-Luray, 82- Javelln — 1. Huntoi, Eastern Heights, 119-10; 2. Maupin, Naloma, (09-11; 3. Placek, Wilson, 94-0. 100m hurdles -- 1. Kopka. Wilson, 19.91; 2. j Urban. Lucas-Luray. 2064; 3 Zwoifel. LUCT;Luray, 21.04. 800m relny — I. Waronda Easl. 1:5934; 2 Wilson. 1 59 6; 3 Lucas-Luray, 2:02.17. 100m dash — 1. Ptaeek. Wi'son, 1538; 2. Conway. Kensington, 15 51; 3. Maupin, Natoma. 1565, 1,600m run — 1. Snearer, Natorna, 5'56,58; 2. Zamrzla. Sylvan, 6:31.56; 3 Ptacek, Wilson, 6:4331, MANHATTAN SMALL SCHOOLS INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores BV Randolph 124, Hillcresl 84. North Central 70, Hanover 57. Hope 49, While City 47. Wake- (ield 46, Linn 41, Manhattan ,1V 38. Individual results Pole vault — 1. Simonson. Wakelield, 10-0; 2, Frey. Manhattan. 9-6; 3. (lie) Lloyd, Wakelield S Coash. BV Randolph. 9-0. Long |ump — 1. Harmison. While City. 19-1: 2 Brockmeier. Hope, 18-9; 3. Hammersmith, While City, 18-4'.4. 110m hurdles — 1. Rohrer, Hope, 16.69; 2 Brewer. Hope, 17.03; 3. Peters, Manhattan, 17.38. 3,200m relay — 1. North Central, 9:04.57; 2. Manhattan. 9.20.63; 3. 3V Randolph. 9:27.54. Discus — 1. Peters, Linn, 131-5; 2. Peler. BV Randolph. 127-7: 3. Novak, North Central. 1232. 100m dash — 1. Dowell, BV Randolph. 11.78; 2 Geiger. BV Randolph. 11.81; 3. Rut, Hanover. 11,82. High lump — 1. Revell. Hillcrest, 5-8; 2. Simonson, Wakelield, 5-8; 3. Rothlas, BV Randolph, 5-6. 1,600m run — 1. Baker, North Cenlral, 4:52.72; 2. Lawson, Hillcresl. 4;53.53; 3. Weaver, Manhattan. 5:01.66. 400m relay — 1. Hanover. 46.88; 2. BV Randolph. 47.89; 3. Hope, 48.56. 400m dash — 1. Sledman. BV Randolph. 51.06; 2. Rut. Hanover, 5456; 3. Livingston, North Cenlral, 54.91. 300m hurdles — 1. Kolman. Hillcrosl. 42.43; 2. Claycamp, Hillcresl, 43.38; 3. Rohrer. Hope, 45.00. 800m run — 1. Baker. North Cenlral, 2:11.50; 2. Simonson, Wakelield, 2:12,13; 3. Baker, North Central, 2:13.38. 200m dash — 1. Sledman, BV Randolph, 23.23; 2. Rohr, Hanover, 24.04; 3. Dowel), BV Randolph, 24,89. Shot put — 1. Peler. BV Randolph. 50-9; 2, Lee. While City, 49-6; 3. Klocke, BV Randolph. 47-6. 3,200m run — 1. Lawson, Hillcresl, 10:41.55; 2. Trecek, Hillcrest, 10:56.34; 3. Waller, Linn, 10:56.38. Javelin — 1. Rohr, Hanover, 154-8; 2. Trecek, Hillcresl, 146-5; 3. Ohlde, Linn, 141-3. Triple Jump — 1. Harmison, White City, 40-4; 2. Sledman. BV Randolph. 40-1; 3. Brockmeier, Hope. 39-3%, 1,600m relay — 1. BV Randolph, 3:40.81; 2. Hillcresl, 3:45.08; 3. North Central, 3:45.56. GIRLS Team scores Hanover 161, Hillcrest 96, BV Randolph 68, Manhattan JV 56, Hope 48. North Central 44, Linn 38, Wakefield 21, White City 21. Individual results Triple |ump — 1. Teglmeler. Hanover, 30-4; 2. Wieland, North Cenlral, 29-8; 3. Livingston, North Cenlral 29-5 %. 1,600m relay — 1. Hanover, 4:24.73; 2. Hill- cresl, 4:34.27; 3. North Cenlral, 4:43.29. 3,200m run — 1. Funk, Manhattan, 13:26.66; 2. Engle, While City, 13:26.68; 3. Juenemann, Hanover, 14:04.49. High |ump — 1. Coleman, Hillcrest, 4-11; 2. Voelker, Linn, 4-10; 3. Jones, Hope, 4-6. Shot put — 1. Hallyer, BV Randolph, 33-5; 2. Bruna, Hanover, 33-0; 3. Cinn, North Cenlral, 30-6. 100m hurdles — 1. Burkland, BV Randolph. 17.15; 2. Teglmeler. Hanover, 17.20; 3. Porter. Hanover, 17.74. 800m relay — 1. Hanover, 1.-58.27; 2. Hill- cresl, 1:59.58; 3. BV Randolph, 2:00.52. 3,200m relay — 1. Hope, 11:56.74; 2. Hanover, 12:00.76; 3. Manhattan, 12:02.66. 100m dash — 1. Shulda, Hillcrest, 13.92; 2. Severson, Wakelield, 13.92; 3. Slunkel, Linn, 14.2. 1,600m run — 1. Lee, BV Randolph, 5:47.45; 2. Anderson. Hillcrest, 6:15.13; 3. Funk, Manhattan, 6:17.18. Long jump — 1. Dittman. White City, 14-3 Vi; 2. Chemey, Hillcrest, 14-2'/!; 3. Butkland, BV Randolph, 14-1 'A. 400m relay — 1. Hillcresl, 55.40; 2. Hanover, 56.26; 3. BV Randolph, 56.60. 400m dash — 1. Richecky, Hillcrest, 1:05.98; 2. Hynek, Hanover, 1:06.91; 3. Goeckel, Hanover, 1:07.48. 300m hurdles — 1. Teglmeier, Hanover, 50.25; 2. Kolman, Hillcresl, 50.95; 3. Monser, BV Randolph, 52.66. Javelin — 1. Hagedom, Hanover, 115-2; 2. Kruse, Hanover, 103-3; 3. Voelker, Linn, 99-2. 800m run — 1. Lee, BV Randolph, 2:37.03; 2. Kruse, Hanover, 2:43.42; 3. Green, Manhattan, 2:51.93. 200m dash — 1. Shulda, Hillcresl, 29.30; 2. Hynek, Hanover, 29.33; 3. Ross, Manhattan, 30.87. Discus — 1. Hagedom, Hanover, 104-3; 2. Ginn, North Central, 102-2; 3. Peabody, Manhattan, 96-10. Bowling Local results AMP ALL-STAR LANES MEN Game — 1. Mike Allen, 246; 2. Gary Jewell, 162; 3. John Potts, 176; 4. Jerry A. Lambeth, 174; 5. Dana Harbaugh, 173. Series — 1. Allen, 606; 2. Jewell 506; 3. Lambeth, 494; 4. Craig Gunnelson, 466; 5. Potts, 461. WOMEN Game — 1. Michelle Lambeth, 254; 2. Dody Franklin, 218; 3. Linda Sherman, 207; 4. Barbara Hunter, 206; 5. Dee Pittenger, 205. Series — 1. Lambelh, 618; 2. Franklin. 585; 3. Sherman, 579; 4. Hunter, 571; 5. Nellie Quade, 552. SENIOR MEN Game — 1. Clarence Peterson, 200; 2. Charles Sherman, 198; 3. John Fisher, 197; 4. (lie) Ralph Johnson & Lou Moore, 196. Series — 1. Moore, 581; 2. Peterson, 563; 3. (lie) Emil Lopez & Sherman, 550; 5. Fisher. 533. SENIOR WOMEN Game — 1. Margene Goetlel, 192; 2. Fem Gane, 162; 3. LaVina Daily, 161; 4, Dorothy Mercer, 144; 5. Ethel Ginder, 139. Series — 1. Goetlel, 506; 2. Daily, 434; 3. Mercer, 405; 4. Gane, 389; 5. Ginder, 381. NEW HOLIDAY BOWL MEN Gsme — 1. Ray Morris, 290; 2. Donn Carter, 275; 3. Alan Diehl, 257; 4. (lie) Clayton Terry & Dave Ralzlalt. 256. Series — 1, Moms. 701; 2. Relzlaff, 680; 3. Teny, 677; 4. James Quade. 674; 5. (tie) Carter & Todd Pennington, 656. WOMEN Game — 1. Pam Keehner, 241; 2. Kay Jennings, 233; 3. Mardella Chambers, 224; 4. Karen Burkenbine. 212; 5. Elaine Horn, 210, Series — 1. Jennings, 594; 2. Jerri Davis, 580,3. Keehner, 573; 4. Burkenbine, 560; 5. Angel Wiesendanger, 558. Running Local results MONDAY NIGHT SK TRAINING RUN MEN I. Ross Livingston, 21:40; 2. Mike Allen, 21:41; 3. Mark Ohrenberg, 21:46; 4. Mike White, 21:46; 5. Tracy Peterson, 22:35; 6. Otto Winkler, 22:40; 7. Jerry Rock, 24:48; 8. Rex Lacy, 25:42; 9. Dan Geist. 29:42. WOMEN 1. Carol Duerksen, 24:47; 2. Lori Schmidt, 27:39; 3. Carol White, 29:42; 4. Pam Sokol, 34:10; 5. Melissa Piercy, 34:10. Tennis Junior high BOYS ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 12 SALINA SOUTH 0 Singles No. 1 — Porter, HL, del. Bossemeyer, 8-0; No. 2 — Taylor. RL, dof. Roth, 6-1; No. 3 — Huseman, RL. dsf. Robl, 8-0; No. 4 — Campion. RL del. Burba*, 8-3; No. 5 - Martin, RL, dof. Dohm, 8-0; No. 6 — Brown, RL, del. McWilliams, 8-0, No. 7 — Giabner, RL, del. Tonne, 8-0; No. 6 — Hancock, RL, Oof. Perez, 8-0. Doubles No. 1 — Taylor-Husernan, RL, del. Bosse- neyar-Rolh, 8-2; No. 2 — Biown-Maitin, HL, dof Robl-Burbank. 8-1; No. 3 — Porter-Grabner. RL, del. Dohm-Perez, 6-0; No. 4 — Campion-Hancock. RL. riot McWilltams-Tonne. 8-0. GIRLS ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 6 SALINA SOUTH 6 Singles No. 1 — Newcomer, SS, def. Mammen, 8-7 (7-4): No. 2 — Peterson. SS. del. Krug, 8-4; No. 3 — Harding, SS. def. Smith. 8-6; No. 4 — LoVullo, RL. def. Morgan, 8-4; No. 5 — Seaton. RL. del. Tran. 8-7 (7-1). No. 6 — Powell, SS, def. Davis, 6-7 (7-3); No, 7 — Mire, RL, def. Kutschka, 8-5; No. 8 — Resales, RL, def. Seymour. 8-1. Doubles No. 1 — Newcomer-Peterson, SS, def. Seaton-Smilh, 8-2; No. 2 — Knjg-Mammen, RL. del. Harding-Kutschka, 8-4; No. 3 — Davis- LoVullo. RL. del. Tran-Powell, 8-4; No. 4 — Morgan-Seymour. SS. won by injury default over Rosales-Mi/e. Softball State college NAIA GREAT PLAINS REGIONAL TOURNAMENT At Llndsborg FIRST ROUND PAIRINGS Thursday, May 8 Northwestern, Iowa vs. Bethany, 10 a.m. Dordt, Iowa vs. Minot State. S.D., 10 a.m. Mary, N.D. vs. Concordia, Neb.. Noon Kansas Wesleyan vs. Sioux Falls, S.D.. Noon High school SE SALINE 7, ELL-SALINE 2 Ell-Saline 200 000 0 - 2 2 5 SE Saline 403 000 x - 7 7 1 WP-Troutletter. LP-Alkinson. 2B-ES: Shrtver; SES: Florine 2. SE SALINE 9, ELL-SALINE 1 Ell-Saline 100 000 0 - 1 66 SE Saline 014 400 x - 9 11 1 WP-Scanlan. LP-Alkinson. 2B-ES: Carazo. SYLVAN 0, LINCOLN 6 Sylvan 002 020 4 - 8 7 1 Lincoln 000 040 2 - 6 8 3 WP — Dohl. LP — Obermueller. 2B — S: Dohl. 3B — L: Lyne. HR — L: Rathbun. SYLVAN 21, LINCOLN 9 Sylvan 828 30 - 21 14 4 Lincoln 350 10 - 9 7 6 WP — Dohl. LP — Rosebrook. 2B — S: Ringler, Heller; L: Chard, Rosebrook. 3B — L: Lyne. HR — L: Rosebrook. SALINA CENTRAL 7, GREAT BEND 3 SalinaCenlial 0000133- 7 8 0 Great Bend 010 200 0 - 3 3 4 WP — Wilson (1 -3). LP — Sander. 2B — SC: McDonald. GREAT BEND 12 SALINA CENTRAL 2 Salina Central 110000- 2 4 3 Great Bend 302 322 - 12 6 1 WP — Sander. LP — Moreen (5-2). 2B — SC: McDonald, Mosier. Junior varsity GREAT BEND 4, SALINA CENTRAL 1 Salina Central 000100- 1 6 3 Great Bend 103 OOx - 4 2 0 WP — Manwarren. LP — Wilson. GREAT BEND 7, SALINA CENTRAL 3 Salina Central 1100100- 3 12 7 GrealBend 400 111 x - 7 7 5 WP — Metro. LP — Smith. Auto pacing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The top 20 drivers and money winners on the NASCAR Winston Cup circuit through the May 4 Save Mart Supermarkets 300 Winston Cup points I, Dale Jarrelt, 1,434.2, Terry Labonle, 1,394. 3, Jeff Gordon, 1,345. 4, Mark Martin, 1,214. 5, Bobby Labonle, 1,164. 6, Jefl Burton, 1,130. 7, Dale Earnhardt, 1,107.8, Ward Burton, 1,061.9, Bobby Hamilton, 1,051.10, Ricky Rudd, 1,042. II, Rusly Wallace, 1,025.12, Michael Wallrip, 1,000.13, Darrell Waltrip, 976.14, Jeremy May- Held, 974.15, Sterling Malrin, 970.16, Brett Bodine, 954.17, Bill Elliott, 949.18, Johnny Benson, 924.19, Ted Musgrave, 913.20, Geoff Bodine, 911. Money I, Jeff Gordon, $996,454. 2, Dale Jarrett, $887,084. 3, Terry Labonte, $722,509. 4, Jeff Burton, $689,184. 5, Mark Martin, $509,699. 6, Rusly Wallace, $504,719. 7, Bobby Labonte, $503,794.8, Dale Earnhardt, $484,324.9, Ricky Rudd, $446,410.10, Sterling Martin, $443,690. II, Ernie In/an, $424,634. 12, Bill Elliott, $407,529. 13, Bobby Hamilton, $406,835. 14, Geoff Bodine, $357,469. 15, Ted Musgrave, $354,074. 16, Michael Waltrip, $344,654. 17, Ward Burton, $341,409. 18, Ricky Craven, $336,659, 19, Johnny Benson, $334,174. 20, Ken Schrader, $330,549. NHRA leaders Top Fuel 1, Gary Scelzi, 555.2, Joe Amalo, 537.3, Kenny Bernstein, 404.4, Cory McClenathan, 347.5, Mike Dunn, 316. 6 (lie), Shelly Anderson, and Bob Vandergriff Jr, 301. 8, Scoot Kalitta, 296. 9, Connie Kalilta, 275.10, Larry Dlxon, 253. Funny Car 1, John Force, 541.2, Tony Pedragon, 385.3, Randy Anderson, 361. 4, Craz Pedregon, 331. 5, Chuck Etchells, 318. 6, Whit Bazemore, 314. 7, Al Holmann, 278. 8, Dean Skuza, 274. 9, Mark Oswald, 271.10, Del Worsham, 255. Pro Stock 1, Jim Yates, 557.2, Warren Johnson, 547. 3, Kurt Johnson, 447.4, Bruce Allen, 316. 5, Steve Schmidt, 298. 6, Troy Coughlin, 282. 7, Tom Maitino, 268.8, Mark Pawuk, 254.9, Jerry Eckman, 247.10, Pete Williams, 235. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Assigned RHP Pat Mahomes to Pawtucket of the International League. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Activated OF Marquis Grissom from the 15-day disabled list. Placed RHP Paul Shuey on the 15-day disabled list. MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Activated SS Jose Valenlin and RHP Mike Fetters from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned INF Tim Unroe and RHP Al Reyes to Tucson of the Pacific Coast League. NEW YORK YANKEES—Announced that RHP David Weathers cleared waivers and has been sent outright to Columbus of the International League. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Activated C George Williams Irom the 15-day disabled list. Optioned C Izzy Molina to Edmonton of the PCL. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Named Larry Brown coach. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS—Signed DL Mark Smith to a two-year contract. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Signed RB June Henley to a three-year contract. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Signed WH Chris Campbell and CB Floyd Young to two-year contracts. WASHINGTON REDSKINS-Re-slgned DT William Games. Signed G Brad Badger. HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS—Recalled G Mike O'Neill from Long Beach of the IHL. COLLEGE METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Announced the resignation ol Carolanne McAulilfe. general manager of MAAC properties. BROWN—Announced the resignation of Theresa Conroy, women's assistant baskeltall coach. DUKE—Announced the resignation of Bill Harvey, wrestling coach, to become director ot recreational facilities. GEORGIA SOUTHERN—Promoted Jeff Monkun to full-time assistant football coach. Mamed Brian Bohannon part-time assistant football coach. GUILFORD—Named Mike Kelchum athletics dnector, David Wallers assistant athletics direc- or and Calvin Hunter assistant football and ne/i's assistant lacrosse coach. LOUISIANA STATE-Named Donnie Tyndall men's assislanl basketball coach. SPORTS DIGEST Baseball NEW YORK — Frank Robinson, who in 1974 became the first black to manage a major league baseball team, was hired Monday as a consultant to acting commissioner Bud Selig for special projects. Robinson, 61, will be director of baseball operations for the Arizona Fall League. Baseball of-. ficials are considering whether to move the league to Lake Buena Vista, Fla., a source on the " ruling executive council said recently. CLEVELAND — Detroit Tigers pitcher Willie Blair left Cleveland on Monday, less than 24 hours after having his jaw broken by a line drive' off the bat of Julio Franco. Blair was released from Lutheran Hospital about noon and was to bfr taken back to Detroit for a reexamination at Henry Ford Hospital, Tigers spokesman Tyler Barnes said. NEW YORK — First baseman Tino Martinez of the New York Yankees, who batted .500 and drove in 10 runs in six games, was selected the American League's Player of the Week. Martinez also had 13 hits in 26 at-bats, 25 total bases, four home runs, five runs scored, a .962 slugging percentage ' and an on-base percentage of .536 last week. Basketball PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Jim Harrick, who led UCLA to the national title in 1995 only to be fired- last November for lying on an expense form, moved East on Monday to coach at Rhode Island. Harrick, who signed a three-year deal, had a simple message for anyone with questions about his integrity: "Get to know me." "Yes, I made a mistake," he said. "I'm ready to move on and put it in the past." URI President Robert Carothers said a selection committee undertook an exhaustive background check on Harrick, contacting everyone HARRICK from janitors at UCLA to Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski to get opinions. He said he also called many people, including UCLA administrators. He said he found Harrick is well-regarded and that the infraction was an "aberration in the character of this man." DENVER — Former Phoenix Suns coach Paul'' Westphal has asked the Denver Nuggets for a long-term commitment before he would consider embarking on a major rebuilding project as the Nuggets' new coach. Westphal on Monday became the second candidate to interview for the job. John Lucas, who coached in San Antonio and Philadelphia, was interviewed last week by Nuggets vice president of basketball operations Allan Bristow. Boxing NEW YORK — The Mike Tyson-Evander Holy- field fight is back on track. Tyson's doctor has given the heavyweight fighter full clearance to resume contact training in preparation for his ; June 28 rematch against Holyfield. The rematch originally was scheduled for May 3, but was postponed when Tyson reopened a cut over his left eye originally sustained in his upset loss to Holy-, field. Golf DUBLIN, Ohio — Greg Norman and Tom Lehman have committed to play in the Memorial" Tournament but officials are still awaiting word on Tiger Woods. Norman, ranked No. 1 in the f world, and No. 2 Lehman are both past winners ' of the Memorial, to be played May 29-June 1 at Muirfield Village Golf Club. Norman, who has won more money than any other player at the Memorial, won the tournament in 1990 and 1995. " Lehman was first and Norman second in 1994. While Woods has not made a commitment, tournament director Jim Wisler said he is optimistic .the Masters champion will play. The deadline to enter is May 23. Defending champion Tom Wat- .. son has committed to play at the Memorial, attempting to become the first repeat champion in.' 22 years. Ten other former Memorial winners are^ expected to play, including tournament host and course designer Jack Nicklaus, Paul Azinger, David Edwards, Kenny Perry, Bob Tway, Curtis Strange, Don Pooley, Hal Sutton, Keith Fergus and Roger Maltbie. Olympics COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Eight cities ' have put up money in a bid to be the U.S. site for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Baltimore, Cincinnati, Houston, New Orleans, New York, San Fran ; ' cisco, Seattle and Washington sent in the required documents and $100,000 bid fee by the May 1 deadline, the U.S. Olympic Committee said Monday. Houston, San Antonio, Dade County (encompassing Miami) and the Research Triangle (the area including Raleigh-Durham, N.C.) sent documents and a $50,000 bid fee required to be host for the 2007 Pan American Games. Tennis HAMBURG, Germany — In his first match since announcing that he will retire in the fall, , Michael Stich battled through a steady drizzle to-, a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Karol Kucera at the $2.3 million German Open Monday. Stich, who broke into tears when he won this tournament in 1993, received a huge ovation from the home fans who braved wet and windy conditions on the opening . day of the event. Andre Agassi made a late withdrawal from the tournament and was fined $2,400 by the ATP Tour. A fax from his Las Vegas-based' Agassi Enterprises cited a "re-occurring wrist in-' jury" and that Agassi "had been advised not to ; play." ; SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEHEST Heart of Amorlca Sports Camps 813-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913-862-7223 Kansas Cily Chiefs lickel office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9257 Kansas State University ticket ollico 600-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays oKico/fishing ruport) 913-628-6614 Salina Municipal Goll Course (clubhouse) 013-826-7450 Salina Parks S Recreation office 913-826-7434 Salina Parks & Recreation information 913-826-7464 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL. 1150-AM) 800-608-1160 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (race results) 913-229-3636 University ol Kansas licket office 913-864-3141 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-765-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978-3267

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