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MAY7,_1997_ SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Kansas City at Detroit, FSN, cable 55. 8:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Allanla at Florida or Texas at NY Yankees, ESPN, cable 38. 9:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Chicago Cubs at San Diego or Cincinnati at Los Angeles, ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 6 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, New York at Miami. TNT, cable 41. 8:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Seattle at Houston, TNT, cable 41. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Buflalo al Philadelphia, ESPN2. cable 39. RADIO BASEBALL S:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Kansas City af Detroit, KSAL. 1150-AM. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Monday's results Philadelphia 2, Buffalo 1, Philadelphia leads series 2-0 Tuesday's results NY Rangers 3, New Jersey 2, New York leads series 2-1 Detroit at Anaheim (n) Wednesday's games Buffalo at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Colorado at Edmonton, 7:30 p.m. Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Baltimore 20 9 .690 — New York 17 15 .531 4V4 Toronto 15 14 .517 5 Boston 14 16 .467 6% Detroit 12 19 .387 9 Central Division W L PcL GB Cleveland 15 14 .517 — Kansas City 15 14 .517 — Milwaukee 14 14 .500 % Minnesota 13 19 .406 3V4 Chicago 10 19 .345 5 West Division W L PcL GB Seattle )9 12 .613 — Texas 16 12 .571 114 Anaheim 14 15 .483 4 Oakland 15 17 .469 4% 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 results Cleveland 5. Texas 4 Kansas Cily 7, Boston 2 'NY Yankees 7. Minnesota 2 Baltimore 8, Anaheim 4 Toronto 2, Detroit 1,10 Innings Oakland 6, Milwaukee 5 Seattle 7, Chicago White Sox 6 Wednesday's Games Oakland (Karsay 0-3) at Milwaukee (D'Amico 0-2), 1:05 p.m. Kansas City (Pittsley 0-2) at Detroit (Lira 0-2), 6:05 p.m. Minnesota (Radke 2-1) at Boston (Sole 3-1), 6:05 p.m. 'Toronto (Person 0-1) at Cleveland (McDowell 2-2), 6:05 p.m. Anaheim (Watson 1-2) at Baltimore (Key 5-0), 6:35 p.m. Texas (Burkett 1-1) at NY Yankees (Cone 32), 6:35 p.m Seattle (Johnson 4-0) at Chicago White Sox (D.Darwin 0-2), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 22 9 .710 — Florida 17 14 ,548 5 Montreal 15 14 .517 6 New York 15 (7 .469 7'/4 Philadelphia 10 20 .333 11V4 Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 18 14 .563 — Pittsburgh 16 15 .516 1V4 SI. Louis 14 17 .452 3 </! Cincinnati 9 21 .300 8 Chicago 7 22 .241 9tt West Division W L PcL GB Colorado 21 9 .700 — San Francisco 19 10 .655 1'A Los Angeles 17 12 .586 3'A San Diego 11 17 .393 9 Monday's results Florida 3, Pittsburgh 0 Houston 9, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 2, St. Louis 1 NY Mats 6, Colorado 1 Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 1 San Francisco 4, Montreal 2 Tuesday's results Colorado 12, NY Mets 11 Pittsburgh 4, Florida 0 St. Louis 4, Atlanta 3 Philadelphia 5, Houston 1 Cincinnati at Los Angeles, (n) Chicago Cubs at San Diego, (n) Montreal at San Francisco, (n) Wednesday's games . Montreal (Juden 2-0) al San Francisco (O.Fer- nandez 3-1), 2:35 p.m. Atlanta (Maddux 3-1) at Florida (Rapp 2-2), 6:35 p.m. NY Mets (Reynoso 1-0) al Houston (Reynolds . 4-2), 7:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Munoz 1-4) at St. Louis (Raggio 1-1), 7:05 p.m. •fitlsburgh (Schmidt 1-1) al Colorado (Ma.Thompson 3-2), 8:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Schourek 2-2) at Los Angeles (R.Martinez 2-2), 9:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Castillo 1-4) at San Diego (Bergman 1-1), 9:35 p.m. American League ROYALS 7, RED SOX 2 KANSAS CITY BOSTON ib r h bl ib r h bl Olfrmn 2b 4101 Grcprr ss 4000 JBell ss 3012 Crdero H 4111 Roberts If 5022 MVghn dh 4000 Klnglb 5010 Stanley 1b 4000 CDavis dh 4010 Miring 3b 3110 Cooper 3b 4110 JhValln 2b 4021 MiSwy c 3110 Pnibrtn rf 3000 TGdwIn d 3211 Hslman c 3010 Damonrf 4231 Mackd 3000 Totali 35711 7 Totali 32 2 5 2 Kansa»Clty 000 030 004—7 Boston 000 200 000—2 ' E—Rosado (1). DP—Kansas City 1, Boston 2. LOB—Kansas City 6, Boston 4. 2B—Cooper (2), MiSweeney (2), JhValenlin 2 (6). HR— Cordero (6). SB—Damon (2). CS-^IBell 2 (4), i Haselman(1). IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Rosado W.3-0 72-3 5 2 2 0 7 Pk*ardoS,5 11-30 0 0 1 2 Boston GoidonL,1-4 81-3 9 6 5 3 9 Slocumb 2-32221 1 , HBP—by Slocumb (JBell). Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck; First, O'Nora; Second, McKean; Third, Hendry. 'T—2:51. A—20,178 (33,925). INDIANS 5, RANGERS 4 TEXAS CLEVELAND abrhbl abrhbl McLmr 2b 5000 Grssom d 4000 IHdrg/c 3220 SeiUer 3b 4220 GIIMII If 4120 Thome Ib 2210 JuQnk un 3113 JuFrco dh 4123 WCIaih ib 3021 Justice If 3001 P.ilinur3b 4010 Rml.zif 1000 Nuwson rf 4000 TFrmk 2b 4000 Uutoidcf 4000 SMmc 4010 U ss 3010 Vizquel ss 2000 LSlvris ph 1000 foluli 34 4 9 4 Totala 28 6 6 4 Toxus 000 200 020—4 Cleveland 300 020 OOx—5 E Iliodriguez (2). Buford (2). DP—Texas 1, Cli'vuljnd 1. LOB-Texas 6, Cleveland 6.2B— IHoJriguoz (7), Greer (9), Setaer 2 (3), SAIomar '?). Nil --JuGonzalez (1), JuFranco (2). SF— z, Justice. IP H RER BB SO Texas PavlikL.2-3 41-3 6 5 4 5 4 Paltwson 12-3 0 0 0 0 3 Gundcrson 1 00002 XHernandez 1 00010 Cleveland Hershiser W.3-0 7 72211 Plunk 1-31 £200 Assenmacher 0 10000 MJackSon S,3 12-300002 Assenmacher pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. HBP—by Plunk (IRodrlguez). Umpires—Home, Kosc; First, Clark; Second, Morrison: Third, Bamett. T—2:45. A^W,451 (42,400). YANKEES 7, TWINS 2 MINNESOTA NEW YOBK ab r h bl ab r h bl Knblch 2b 3000 Jeter ss 311 RKolly rl 4010 Hayes 3b 400 Molltor dh 4000 BeWms d 400 Slnbcb c 4000 TMrtn? 1b 410 CoomerSb 4240 Flolderdh 32 0 Clbmnlb 4020 O'Neill rf 4 1 3 Lawton d 4011 Whiten If 4222 Mearos ss 2001 Duncan 2b 3000 Hckinglf 3000 So/o2b 1000 Girardlc 4011 Totala 32 2 8 2 Totals 34 710 7 Minnesota 010 000 100—2 Nsw York 120 004 OOx—7 DP—New York 2. LOB—Minnesota 5, New York 5. 2B—Colbrunn 2 (11), BeWilllams (11), Whiten (8). HR-^leter (3), O'Neill (5), Whiten (4). SB—Knoblauch (14). SF—Meares. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota AldredL,1-4 5 76622 Trombley 3 31101 New York DWells W.3-1 9 82213 Aldred pitched lo 3 baiters In the 6lh. WP—Aldred. Umpires—Home, Phillips; First, Roe; Second, Merrill; Third, Scott. T—2:40. A—13.939(57,545). ORIOLES 8, ANGELS 4 ANAHEIM BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl Ersladlb 4011 ByAdsnd 4201 Leyritzph 1000 RAImr2b 4010 Alicea 2b 5120 EDavis rf 4241 Edmndd 4111 RPmra 1b 4000 HollinsSb 4111 CRipkn3b 4114 Salmon rf 3000 Holies dh 4000 GAndsn If 4010 Surlwff If 3110 EMnydh 4010 Wbsterc 3111 Fbrgasc 4110 Bordickss 4110 DIScna ss 4000 Totali 37 4 8 3 Totali 34 8 9 7 Anaheim 003 100 000—4 Baltimore 101 000 60x—8 E—Fabregas (1), EDavis (1), CRIpken (5), Bordick (5). DP—Baltimore 1. LOB—Anaheim 8, Baltimore 5. 2B—Alicea (5), Edmonds (7), EDavis (7), Webster (2). HR—EDavis (7), CRIp- ken (7). SB—Alicea 2 (6), Holllns (3). IP H RER BB SO Anaheim CRnleyUO-2 62-3 8 7 6 1 6 PHarris 1-31 1 100 DaMay 1 00012 Baltimore Erickson W.5-1 8 84323 RaMyersS,12 1 00001 Erickson pitched to 2 batters In (he 9th. HBP—by CFinley (ByAnderson). WP—CFIn- ley. PB—Webster. Umpires—Home, McClelland; First, Culbreth; Second, Cederstrom; Third, Coble. T—2:43. A—37,150 (48,262). BLUE JAYS 2, TIGERS 1 DETROIT TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl BLHnlrd 4000 Nixond 5010 Easley2b 4120 AGnzlzss 5020 Frymn 3b 4011 Merced rl 4010 ToCIrk 1b 3000 Carter 1b 4011 Hggnsn II 4000 Sprgue 3b 4110 Nievesdh 3010 CDIgdodli 4000 Tramllrf 2000 Sntlagoc 4010 JoReed 2b 1000 RPerez If 3031 BJhnsn c 4000 SGreen ph 1000 DCruz ss 3000 CGrda 2b 3110 Pride If 0000 Totala 32 1 4 1 Totala 37 211 2 Detroit 000 100 000 0—1 Toronto 000 000 100 1—2 Two outs when winning run scored. DP—Detroit 1. LOB—Detroit 4, Toronto 9. 2B—Easley 2 (8), Sprague (15). RPerez (3). 3B—RPerez (1). SB—Trammell (2). CS— Nieves (1), AGonzalez (2). S—CGarcla. IP H RER BB SO Detroit JuThompson 8 81106 ToJones L.1-2 12-33 1 1 0 2 vlMyers 0 00010 Micell 0 00010 Toronto WWilliams 9 31137 Crablrae W.2-2 1 10000 MMyers pitched to 1 batter In the 10th, Micell pitched to 1 batter In the 10th. Umpires—Home, Kaiser; First, Brinkman; Second, Cousins; Third, Welke. T—2:53. A—26,294(51,000). MARINERS 7, WHITE SOX 6 SEATTLE CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl Amaral If 4142 Drham 2b 4100 ARdrgz ss 5100 DaMInz d 3120 GrfyJrcl 5120 DLewisph 1000 EMrtnzdh 4022 FThmsIb 5121 Buhner rl 4111 Belle If 4212 Blwers tb 4120 Balnes dh 4011 Srrenlo Ib 0000 LMoutn rf 3000 DaWlsn c 5010 Snopek 3b 0000 TOavis 3b 5111 NMarln 3b 3010 Espnza 2b 4011 Krkvce c 4111 Ducey pr 0100 OGuiln ss 3000 Gales 2b 0000 Total! 407147 Totala 34685 Seattle 102 000 040—7 Chicago 300 200 100—« E—Espinoza (1). DP—Chicago 1. LOB— Seattle 10, Chicago 7. 2B—Griffey Jr (6), RDavis (11), DaMartinez (3), Balnes (1), NMartin (2). HR-Belle (5), Karkovice (3). SB— Amaral 2 (7), Durham (9), Belle (2). CS— Durham (5). IP H RER BB SO Seattle DeMartinez 61-3 8 6 5 4 2 AyalaW,3-1 1 00001 McCarthy 2-300001 ChartlonS,8 1 00001 Chicago Alvarez 6 83324 -evine 1-31 0000 TCastillo L.2-3 12-3 4 4 4 1 1 Simas 1 10012 HBP—by DeMartinez (Belle), by DeMartinez (LMouton). Umpires—Home, Evans; First, McCoy; Second, Craft; Third, M«riwether. T—3:34. A—19,316(44,321). ATHLETICS 6, BREWERS S OAKLAND MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl Mshoie d 4110 Bumitz rl 5110 Giambi tl 4022 Cmllo 3b 4210 EnYng d 1100 Nilsson dh 5121 Cnseco rf 4110 Jaha Ib 3010 McGwrtb 1000 Carrpr 0000 Mgdan Ib 3110 Nwlield II 3111 Berroa dh 5132 Lorelta pr 0000 Splezio 2b 4010 JsValtn ss 5022 Brosius 3b 5001 GeWms d 4010 Mayne c 2010 Huson 2b 4000 GoWms c 1000 Mlheny c 2000 Balislass 4121 Levlsc 1000 Totals 38 612 6 Totala 36 6 9 4 Oakland 000 022 200-« Milwaukee 002 020 100—9 E—Mashore (2), Batista (1), Clrillo (6), Js- Valentin (1). DP—Milwaukee 2. LOB—Oakland 10, Milwaukee 10. 2B—Giambi (5), Berroa (6), Nilsson (5), Jaha (5), JsValentin (1). SB—Carr (1). S—Splezio. SF—Newfield. IP H RER BB SO Oakland WAdains W.2-3 6 74423 ASmall 2 21101 Taylor S.7 1 00020 Milwaukee McDonald 52-3 8 4 2 1 6 FlorieL.M 1-332211 Villone 3 10020 Florie pitched to 4 batters In the 7th. HBP—by WAdarns (Clrillo). WP—WAdams. Umpires—Home, Garcia; First, Ford; Second, Reilly; Third, Young. T—3:32. A—8,015(53,192). National League ROCKIES NEW YORK abrhbl Bwserd Manuel p Ordnez ph Kswdap Ochoa rl Alfonzo 3o Oleiud Ib Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, MAY 7 BASEBALL Kansas City at Detroit, 6:05 p.m. TRACK A FIELD Sallna Central at Topeka West, B a.m. Hndlay c 4221 0000 1000 0000 1000 6130 5343 2223 12, METS11 COLORADO EcYng2b Burks ct Bchetle II McCkn cf LWalkr if Glirga tb Castiila 3b JeReedc abrhbl 4112 3 3 1 1 5231 0000 4221 5112 4100 5aJ 2 1 Qilkeylt 5111 Bales ss 4121 Baeroa2b 6120 SReedp 0000 Huskey rf 2 0 0 0 Swift p 2012 Brland p 0000 Dlpoto p 0000 Ttirmn d 2010 McCrry p 0000 MFrco If 1011 Vn Wai ph 1000 Alxndr ss 5131 DeJean p 0000 Mlicki p 1000 Weiss ss 1010 Everett rl 4010 Total« 45112010 Totals 38121411 New York 103 204 010—11 Colorado 005 420 10x-12 E—Ochoa (2), Hundley (5), Borland (1). JeReed (1), Bates (3). DP—Colorado 2. LOB— New York 13, Colorado 10. 2B—Alfonzo (6), Alexander 2 (4), Everett (2), LWalker (9), Swift (1). HH—Olerud (5), Hundley (10), EcYoung (1), Burks (7), Bichette (4). SB—Alexander (7), Burks (2), Galarraga (5). SF—Olerud. IP H HER BB SO New York MllCki 22-3 6 5 5 4 4 Borland L.0-1 11-34 4 4 2 1 Manuel 2 22201 Kashlwada 1 01121 McMfchael 1 20001 Colorado SwlflW,4-1 5 11 6 6 2 2 Dlpoto 0 44400 McCurry 1 20000 DeJean 2 21011 SResdS,2 1 10020 T—3:27. A—48,020 (50,200). CARDINALS 4, BRAVES 3 ATLANTA ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Lofton cf 4121 DeShld 2b 4020 Tucker rf 4000 DYng 1b 4000 Lckhrt 3b 2001 Eckrsly p 0000 Mrdcal 3b 1000 Lnklrd cf 3220 McGrff 1b 3000 Gant If 4222 Klesko If 3000 Mabry rl 4031 JLopez c 4000 Gaettl 3b 3000 Lemke 2b 3000 Lmpkln c 3000 Blauser ss 3120 Clayton ss 3011 Smollzp 1100 Morrlsp 2000 Belecki p 0000 McGee ph 1000 Embre p 0000 Plkvsk p 0000 Fossas p 0000 TJMtw p 0000 MkSwyrl 0000 Totali 28 34 2 Totsla 31 410 4 Atlanta 000 002 010—3 SLLoull 000 000 221—4 E—DYoung (5), Lankford (2). DP—Atlanta 2, SL Louis 2. LOB—Atlanta 3, SI.' ouls 6. 28— Lofton (5), Blauser (10), Lankford (4). HR—Ganl (4). SB—Tucker (2). S—Smoltz, Gaettl. SF— Lockhart. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Smote 7 82218 Bieleckl L.1-2 1-31 221 0 Embree 2-31 0001 SL Loula Morris 7 32124 Petkovsek 1-301010 Fossas 1-310001 TJMtw W.1-1 1-300000 EckersleyS.7 1 00002 PB-OLopez. Umpires—Home, Vanover; First, Rellford; Second, DeMutJi; Third, Quick. T—2:30. A—28,620 (49,676). PIRATES 4, MARLINS 0 PITTSBURGH FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl Wmack 2b 5130 LCstillo 2b 4010 Alnswrt cf 5001 Cnglosi II 3010 AMartnlf 4011 flnterlass 4000 MaJhsn 1b 3100 ShtfMd rf 3000 Elsterss 4011 Aloud 3010 Kendall c 4020 Bonllla3b 4000 JGllen rf 4000 Conine 1b 2000 RandaSb 3220 CJhnsnc 2000 Cookep 1000 AFmdzp 2000 Morel p 0000 AArias ph 1010 MCmgsph 1010 Stnfrp 0000 Total. 344103 Totala 28040 Phliburgh 000 120 100—4 Florida 000 000 000—0 E—LCastlllo 2 (2). DP—Pittsburgh 2, Florida 1. LOB—Pittsburgh 8, Florida 6.2B—Elster (6), LCastlllo (4). 38—Kendall (1). CS—Allensworth (2). S—Cooke 2, Cangelosl. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Cooke W.3-3 62-3 3 0 0 2 2 Morel 11-31 0 0 1 0 Lolsells 1 00000 Florida AFrndzL,3-4 8 74224 Stnfr 1-330000 FHeredla 2-300000 T—2:25. A—18,063(41,855). PHILLIES 5, ASTROS 1 PHILADELPHIA HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Jfferleslf 4100 Biggto2b 5010 Mmdnl 2b 4120 Abreu rf 5120 Rolen3b 4130 Bgwell 1b 3010 Dautlonrl 2101 THwrdcf 2000 DeMayrf 0000 Berry3b 4010 Lbrthalc 4112 LGnzlzlf 4011 Brogna 1b 4022 Esebtoc 4010 Magee d 4010 Ustach ss 4010 Slacker ss 4000 RGrdap 0000 Schling p 3000 Uma p 1000 Sprdfinp 0000 Spare ph 1010 Total! 33 5 9 5 Totala 33 1 9 1 hlladelphla 014 000 000—5 Houaton 000 100 000—1 E—Bagwell (2). DP—Philadelphia 1, Houston 2. LOB—Philadelphia 5, Houston 10. 2B— Morandinl (5), Rolen (6), Brogna (12), Bagwell 7). CS—Morandlni (2), Amaro (1). S—Lima. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Schilling W.4-3 7 71127 Spradlln 1 10011 Bottallco 1 10011 Houaton HGarclaL,2-2 2 65532 Jma 530005 ^Springer 1 00003 Hudek 1 00011 T—3:05. A—12,179 (53,821). Late boxscores MONDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE GIANTS 4, EXPOS 2 MONTREAL SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl abrhbl Grdzlnss 4120 Powell d 4010 Losing 2b 4121 Vzcalnoss 4000 RWhlted 4000 Bonds H 3100 SeguMb 4 000 Kent2b 3222 Flleherc 4 0 2 f GHillrf 4000 HRdrgz II 3010Beckp 0000 Snlngto rf 2000 MLewis 3b 3122 Strange 3b 3000 Snow Ib 2000 Teliord p 0000 Jensen c 3000 Daalp 0000 Grdrwrp 1000 Stnkwc ph 1000 Benaid ph 1000 CPerez p 1000 Poole p 0000 Orsulak rf 2010 Javier if 0000 Totala 32 2 8 2 Totala 28 4 5 4 Montreal 200 000 000—2 SanFnnclaco 210 001 OOx—4 DP—Montreal 1, San Frandsco 1. LOB— Montreal 8, San Frandsco 4. 2B—Lansing (8), HRodriguez (13). Kent (11). HR—Kent (6), MLewis (4), CS-RWhlle (3). S—CPerez. IP H RER BB SO MontiMl CPerez L.4-2 52-3 5 4 4 3 2 Tetford 11-30 0 0 0 0 Daal 2-300011 MValdes 1-300001 San Frinclaco Gardner W.3-1 6 72232 Tavarez 1 00011 Poola 1 00000 BeckS.12 1 10000 T—2:17, A-8,966 (62,000). DODGERS 3, REDS 1 CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES abrhbl abrhbl DSndrs d 4000 WGiero 2b 2010 LHrrls If 3000 Castro 2b 2000 Crrasco p 0000 Gagne ss 4000 Pndlton on 1000 Piazza c 2020 Larkin ss 2010 Karros Ib 4010 Brnson ss 2000 Mndesl rl 4110 Sierra rf 3000 Zelle 3b 3100 Tbnseac 3110 Ashley H 3112 HMorisIb 3010 Klrbycf 1000 WGrne 3b 3011 Hlndsw d 4021 Boons 2b 3000 Nomo p 4010 Mickerp 1000 Guthrlep 0000 CGdwin If 2010 ToWrll p 0000 Totala 30 I 5 1 Totala 33 3 » 3 Cincinnati 000 010 000—1 LosAngelea 010 002 OOx—3 E—Larkin (4), WGreene (5). DP—Los Ange- es 2. LOB—Cincinnati 2, Los Angeles 10. 2B— Taubensee (5), Mondesi (5). HR—Ashley (1). CS—WGuerrero (1), Zelle (1). IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Mercker 5 51142 CarrascoL.1-1 3 42103 Los Angeles NomoW.4-2 fl 51106 Guthrie 1-300000 ToWorrellS,9 2-300000 T—2:32. A—26,955 (56,000). Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Jackson (Astros) 17 13 .567 — Arkansas (Cardinals) 14 14 .500 2 Shreveport (Giants) 14 15 .483 2'A Tulsa (Rangers) 12 17 .414 4V4 Western Division San Antonio (Dodgers) 21 8 .724 — Midland (Angels) 17 14 .548 5 El Paso (Brewers) 14 17 .452 8 Wichita (Royals) 9 20 .310 12 Tuesday's results Jackson 7, El Paso 4 Midland 7, Arkansas 5 V'ichita 9, Shreveport 4 San Antonio 7, Tulsa 2 Wednesday's games Shreveport at Wichlla, 4:15 p.m. El Paso at Jackson Midland at Arkansas Tulsa at San Antonio Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L x-TexasTech 22 5 42 8 x-Oklahoma Stale 19 8 39 14 x-Oklahoma 17 9 34 15 x-ToxasA&M 17 10 36 17 x-Baylor 18 12 32 21 x-MlsSOUrl 15 14 27 25 Texas 12 15 29 22 Kansas 12 18 30 24 Kansas Stale 10 20 30 22 Nebraska 6 21 26 33 Iowa Stale 4 20 19 30 x-Cllnched conference tournament berth. RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conftrtnce All Games W L W L Mesa State 22 5 40 13 Southern Colorado 21 6 36 15 Fort Hays State 20 8 42 12 Nebraska-Kearney 13 15 22 27 New Mexico Highlands 9 14 17 22 Metro State 8 17 20 28 Regis 6 18 12 38 Colorado Mines 5 21 16 31 •Denver x x 12 34 •Not eligible for RMAC or NCAA II championship. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L •Ottawa 14 6 26 10 Kansas Wesleyan 12 8 26 19 Bethany 11 7 19 21 Friends 11 9 21 19 Sterling 6 12 10 21 Tabor 5 15 7 25 •Advances to NAIA Great Plains Regional Tournament at Mlnot, S.D. Big 12 linescore KANSAS STATE 4, WICHITA STATE 3 Wichita State 120000000—3 5 1 Kansas State 000 020 101—4 11 1 WP—Olselh (2-2). LP—Bauer (3-1). 2B— WS: Preston, Reese; KS: Blchelmeyer, Fereday. 3B—Mam. HR—KS: Ayres. High school CLAY CENTER 19, CONCORDIA 6 Clay Center 420 21(10) - 19 19 2 Concordia 010 32 0 - 6 11 7 WP — Carlson. LP — Murdock. 2B — CC: : atlin, Brownell, Koster, Henry; C: Applebee. HR — CC: Hayworth, Anderson. CONCORDIA 7, CLAY CENTER 6 :lay Center 004 000 2 - 6 4 3 Concordia 033 001 x - 7 8 0 WP — Peterson. LP — Savener. 2B — CC: nry, Lippert; C: Fuchs, Eubanks. HR — C: Demars. SACRED HEART 13 WICHITA COLLEGIATE 12 Wichita Collegiate 0032700-12 11 0 Sacred Heart 320 017 x - 13 12 2 WP-Gordlne. LP-Olsen. 2B-WC: Hill, Overstake; SH: Ash, Ryan. 3B-WC: Hill; SH: Losik, Ryan. HR-WC: Martin; SH: Loslk. WICHITA COLLEGIATE 21 SACRED HEART 18 Wichita Collegiate 334 024 5 - 21 21 8 Sacred Heart 200 (10)04 2 - 18 10 5 WP^Jost. LP-Schmldt. 2B-WC: Overstake, Gehrer, Paxton; SH: Bonllla, Herbel, Ash. HR-WC: Hill 2, Overstake 2, Gehrer. SE SALINE 4, CHASE COUNTY 3 SE Saline 000 022 0 - 4 9 1 Chase County 300 000 0 - 3 5 2 WP-Harlan. LP-Wllson. 2B-CC: Wilson, Scott; SES: Tuzicka. HR-CC: Kohlmeien SES: Myers. CHASE COUNTY 12, SE SALINE 11 SE Saline 141 410 0 - 11 87 Chase County 061 130 1 - 12 11 5 WP-Wilson. LP-Rogers. 2B-CC: Wilson, Murrell, Johnson; SES: Thlel, Ptacek, Myers 2, Ty.Douglas. SALINA SOUTH 18 TOPEKAWEST11 TopekaWest 000 207 2 — 11 8 4 Salina South 025 036 x — 16 13 2 WP — Porter. LP — Pralswater. 2B — TW: Cavitte, Miller, Morton 2; SS: Tomllns, Stein. 3B SS: Puvogel, Gordon, HR — TW: Downey; SS: Stein, Puvogel. SAUNA SOUTH 8, TOPEKA WEST 7 TopekaWest 002 410 0 — 7 7 3 Sallna South 1010006 — 8 7 3 WP — Jahnke. LP — Clinton. 3B — TW: Cavilte, Downey. HR — TW: Janosik. Junior varsity TOPEKA WEST 5, SALINA SOUTH 4 TopekaWest 1000013— 5 6 3 Salina South 111 001 0 — 4 4 4 WP - Heilchauf. LP - Anderson. SALINA SOUTH 12, TOPEKA WEST 0 Topeka West 000 00 — 0 4 4 Salina South 181 2x — 12 9 0 WP - Ascher. LP - Shepard. 2B - SS: Pern- bleton. 3B - SS: Pembleton. Basketball NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Beat-of-7) Monday's results Houston 112, Seattle 102, Houston leads series 1-0 Tuesday'* results Chicago 100, Atlanta 97, Chicago leads series 1-0 LA Lakers at Utah, (n) Wednesday's games New York al Miami, 6 p.m. Seattle al Houston, 8:30 p.m. NBA summary BULLS 100, HAWKS 87 ATLANTA (97) Laettner 3-7 0-0 6, Corbin 6-12 0-0 14. Mu- tombo 3-7 4-610, Smith 4-1310-1119, Blaylock 11-25 4-5 31, Henderson 4-8 5-613, James 1-4 0-0 2, Recasner 1-1 0-0 2. Tolals 33-77 23-26 97. CHICAGO (100) Pippen 11-24 1-3 29, Rodman 0-1 0-0 0. Longley 3-7 2-4 8, Harper 4-9 2-211, Jordan 13-25 7-10 34, Kukoc 2-5 2-6 7, Brown 1-3 0-0 2, Caf- tey 1-1 0-0 8, Kerr 1-3 0-0 3, Williams 1-1 2-44. Totals 37-79 16-29 100. Atlanta 26 24 20 27— 97 Chicago 19 20 38 2J-100 3-Poinl goals—Allanla 8-24 (Blaylock 5-15. Corbin 2-5, Smith 1-3. Laettner 0-i), Chicago 10-25 (Pippen 6-10, Jordan 1-3. Kerr 1-3, Harper 1-4. Kukoc 1-4, Rodman 0-1). Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Atlanta 55 (Blaylock 12). Chicago 49 (Jordan 11). Assists—Atlanta 15 (Laeltner 6), Chicago 22 (Jordan 6). Total fouls—Atlanta 23, Chicago 20. Technicals- Rodman 2. Kukoc. Ejection—Rodman. A— 24,397 (23.854). Softball KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L ((Kansas Wesleyan 14 1 30 10 •Bethany 12 3 18 18 Sterling 87 12 23 Ollawa 5 10 14 19 Friends 5 10 12 25 Tabor 1 14 4 23 •Advance lo NAIA Great Plains Regional Tournament at Ltndsborg. 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 Stale, S.D., 10 a.m. Mary, N.D. vs. Concordia, Neb., Noon Kansas Weslayan vs. Sioux Falls, S.D., Noon High school CLAY CENTER 6, SE SALINE 4 SE Saline 000 002 2 — 4 64 Clay Center 140 100 X —6 10 3 WP - Erickson. LP - Troutfetter. 2B — SES: Dupes. CLAY CENTER 20, SE SALINE 2 SE Saline 010 10— 274 Clay Center 527 6X —20 19 2 WP - Halner. LP - Scanlan. 3B - CC: Halner. HR — SES: Stein. SALINA SOUTH 2, TOPEKA WEST 0 Topeka West 000 000 0 — 0 1 1 Sallna South 010 100 x — 2 8 1 WP — Hamel (7-1). LP — Parker. 2B — SS: Watson, Wahlgren, Mattlson. SALINA SOUTH 1, TOPEKA WEST 0 Topeka West 000 000 0 — 0 3 1 Salina South 010 000 x — 1 7 2 WP — Mitchell (7-1). LP — Parker. CANTON-GALVA 14 CHASE COUNTY 4 Chase County 200 20— 462 Canton-Galva 360 14 —14 6 2 WP - Worden. LP - Glllum. 2B - CG: Worden. 3B - CC: L.Jones. HR — CG: T.Jones. CANTON-GALVA 12 CHASE COUNTY 2 Chase County 002 00 — 2 43 Canton-Galva 170 4X —12 14 2 WP - Anderson. LP - Whittaker. 2B - CC: R.Jones; CG: Ek. 3B - CC: RaJones. HH - CG: Anderson, Ek, Thompson. SACRED HEART 15, LINCOLN 1 Lincoln 00 0 01 - 1 50 Sacred Heart 31(10) 1x - 15 12 3 WP-L'Ecuyor. LP-Obermueller. 3B-SH: Meares. HR-SH: Ash. SACRED HEART 21, LINCOLN 3 Lincoln 000 03 - 3 2 17 Sacred Heart 836 4x - 21 14 3 WP-Ke.Ratcliff. LP-Obermueller. SALINA CENTRAL 5, McPHERSON 0 Salina Cenlral 000 012 2 — 5 8 2 McPherson 000 000 0 — 0 3 4 WP — Moreen (6-0). LP — Schrag. SALINA CENTRAL 16, McPHERSON 5 Salina Cenlral 352 003 3 — 16. 19 7 McPherson 201 110 0 — 5 5 5 WP — Wilson. LP — Vemon. 2B — SC: Lamb, Wilson, Taylor. HR — M: Lehman. Junior varsity McPHERSON 17 SALINA CENTRAL 11 Sallna Central 312 14 — 11 10 5 McPhereon 723 41 — 17 2 8 WP - Hoeme. LP - Gorjlyan. SALINA CENTRAL 17 McPHERSON 12 Salina Cenlral 2214044 — 1714 9 McPherson 440 002 2 — 12 8 10 WP - Smith. LP - Hoeme. SALINA SOUTH 6, TOPEKA WEST 5 Topeka West 000 050 0 — 5 13 2 ialina South 510 000 x — 6 16 1 WP — Harbaugh. LP — Bayless. 2B — TW: Anderson. 3B — SS: Snavely. SALINA SOUTH 10, TOPEKA WESTO Topeka West 000 00 — 0 3 3 allna South 32005 — 1016 1 WP — Rortina. LP — Dashaw. 2B — TW: 3ahnen SS: Graham 2, Sanchez. 3B — SS: Harbaugh. Track & field High school INMAN INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Sterling 110, Inman 86, Bennington 75, Gardan Plain 64, Bunion 43, Cenlral Christian 36, Ell-Saline 34, Moundridge 29, Canton-Galva 26, Claflin 21, Hulchlnson Trinity 20, Sedgwlck 13. Individual results Discus - 1. Johnson, Burrton, 151-3; 2. Neufeld, Inman, 142-9; 3. Abrahams, Inman, 139-0. Javelin -1. Boltz, Sterling, 175-7; 2. Morrison, Sterling, 171-6; 3. Mountain, Garden Plain, 153- Hlgh lump - 1. Windholz, Ell-Saline, 5-11; 2. Gantz, Sterling, 5-10; 3. Drelllng, Garden Plain, 5-9. Long Jump - 1. Worthing, Inman, 22-0'/i; 2. Ogwal, Hutchinson Trinity, 21-0; 3. Stucky, Moundridge, 20-8. Pole vault - 1. Thompson, Sterling, 12-6; 2. Cole, Bennlnglon, 12-0; 3. Stunning, Sterling, 12-0. Shot put -1. Johnson, Burrton, 56-11; 2. Linden, Sterling, 48-10; 3. Tucker, Garden Plain, 48-6. Triple Jump - 1. Worthing, Inman, 42-11; 2. Ogwal, Hutchinson Trinity. 41-3'A; 3. Krone, Ell- Saline, 40-4 Vi. 110m hurdlaa - 1. Wiens, Inman, 15.67; 2. Smith, Sterling, 15.67; 3. Farmer, Clallin, 16.09. 1,600m run - 1. Martin, Ell-Saline, 4:46.14; 2. Janzen, Canlon-Galva, 4:47.66; 3. Deist, Sterling, 4:53.74. 100m daah - 1. Chance, Bennington, 11.37; 2. Stucky, Moundridge, 11:43; 3. Crane, Canton- Galva, 11,90. 400m relay - 1. Inman, 46.06; 2. Sterling, 46.18; 3. Bennington, 46.35. 3,200m relay - 1. Bunion, 8:36.49; 2. Garden Plain, 8:37.34; 3. Bennington, 8:43.79. 400m daih - 1. Bailey, Central Christian, 52.44; 2. Stentors, Bennington, 53.13; 3. Stucky, Moundridge, 54.90. 3,200m run - 1. Smith. Burrton, 10:16.89; 2. Deist, Sterling, 10:38.82; 3. Martin, Ell-Saline, 10:42.06. 800m run - 1. Waller, Cenlral Christian, 2:05.36; 2. Chance, Bennlnglon, 2:05.49; 3. Pauly, Garden Plain, 2:06.59; 6. Augustine, Ell- Saline, 2:09.47. 300m hurdles - 1. Smitti, Sterling, 44.78; 2. Dixon, Sedgwick, 44.95; 3. Swisher, Inman 45.75. 200m daah - 1. Thompson, Sterling, 23.09; 2. Worthing. Inman, 23.31; 3. Chance, Bennington 24.10. 1,600m relay - 1. Bennlnglon. 3:35.87; 2. Garden Plain, 3:38.19; 3. Central Christian, 3:42.07; 6. Ell-Saline, 3:45.39. GIRLS T««m «core> Moundridge 108. Ell-Salina 89, Inman 74. Garden Plain 68, Staling 44, Clallin 31, Burrton 27, -lutchlnson Trinity 23, Bennington 22, Central Christian 22, Canton-Galva 12, Sedgwick 6. Individual results Discus - 1. Anthony, Sterling, 98-1; 2. Cook, Sterling, 97-7; 3. Hess, Canton-Galva, 96-6; 5. Griffin, Ell-Saline, 90-11. Javelin - 1. Griffin, Ell-Saline, 134-2; 2. Neufeld, Moundridge, 109-11; 3. Galle, Moundridgo, 105-1. High Jump - 1. Pauls, Garden Plain. 5-2; 2. Schrag, Moundridge, 5-1; 3. Triana, Ell-Saline, 5-1. Long Jump - 1. Brunk. Inman, 16-11; 2. Jensen. Ell-Saline, 16-9'A; 3. Belknap. Central Christian. 15-2'*. Shot put - 1. Christopherson, Hutchinson Trinity, 34-9; 2. Lang, Burrton, 32-9; 3. Williams, Bennington, 32-8'A. Triple Jump - 1. Jensen, Ell-Saline, 34-4; 2. Brunk, Inman, 34-0'^; 3. Woodbury, Hulchlnson Trinity, 31-3'A. 100m dash - 1. Cook, Garden Plain, 13.03; 2. Brunk. Inman, 13.75; 3. Whitcomb, Moundridge, 13.76. 100m hurdles - 1. Thach, Burrton. 16.88; 2. Reid, Sterling, 17.52; 3. Mies, Garden Plain, 17.70; 5. Dlehl, Ell-Saline, 17.95; 6. Muchow, Ell-Saline, 17.97. 1,SOOm run - 1. Stiles. Clallin, 5:25.59; 2. Koehn, Moundridge, 5:28.49; 3. Zerger, Moundridge, 5:38.86; 4. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 5:39.63. 400m relay - 1. Ell-Saline, 54.48; 2. Moundridge, 55.51; 3. Bennington, 55.61. 800m relay - 1. Garden Plain, 1:55.36; 2. Ell- Saline, 1:56.06; 3. Moundridge, 1:57.61. 400m dash - 1. Cook, Garden Plain. 1:03.04; 2. White. Ell-Saline, 1:03.61; 3. Whitcomb, Moundridge, 1:04.65; 5. While, Ell-Saline, 1:07.20. 3,200m run - 1. Stiles, Claflin, 12:41.11; 2. Biery, Cenlral Christian, 12:51.09; 3. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 12:57.68. 800m run - 1. Stiles, Claflin, 2:23.11; 2. Koehn, Moundridge, 2:25.26; 3. Zerger, Moundridge, 2:30.46; 4. Isaacson, Ell-Saline. 2:31.46. 300m hurdlea - 1. Reed, Sterling, 47.68; 2. Moddelmog. Moundridge, 50.11; 3. Mies, Garden Plain, 51.26. 200m dash - 1. Cook, Garden Plain, 27.65; 2, Brunk, Inman, 27.93; 3. Ewert, Canlon-Galva, 28.91. 1,600m relay -1. Moundrtdgo, 4:17.92; 2. Ell- Saline, 4:22.30; 3. Inman, 4:30.66. OUIVIRA HEIGHTS INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Quivlra Heights 153, Canton-Galva 82, Wilson 80, Chase 68, Lincoln 53, Pawnee Heights 45, Sacred Heart 41. Sacred Heart results Shot put — 1. Schmltz, 44-7; 6. Mans. 38-11. Dlscua — 2. Schmte, 134-1; 3. Rice, 116-8; 5. Marrs, 115-3. Javelin — 1. Rice, 157-0. 440y relay — 5. (Sloltmann, Cole, Hebert, Caselman). 880y run — 6. Caselman, 2:28.0. Mile relay — 6. (Caselman, Carrier, Cole, Stottmann). GIRLS Team scores Ouivlra Heights 165, Wilson 108, Sacred Heart 79, Pawnee Heights 67, Lincoln 53, Chase 28, Canton-Galva 23. Sacred Heart results Triple Jump — 1. Blagg, 30-4. Long Jump— 6. Blagg, 14-2. Javalln — 3. Blagg, 81-7; 4. Bonllla, 77-1. Shot put — 3. Bonilla, 30-2. Dls- cua — 4. Bonllla, 90-9.100y daah — 2. Leiker, 12.33. 220y daah — 1. Leiker, 28.72. 440y daah — 2. Ryan, 1:06.84. BBOy run — 1. Ryan, 2:49.61. 440y relay — 3. (Broberg, Blagg, Ryan, Leiker), 57.84. Mile relay — 3. (Leiker, Broberg, Buckley, Ryan). Junior varsity HAYS INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Great Bend 235, Liberal 159, Hays 78Vi, Sall- na South 60, Dodge City 23 !4, Kennedy 18, Felten?. Sallna South results Long Jump - 3. Jackson, 19-10V4; 6. Keopraseuth, 18-6K. Shot put - 3. Norris, 42-9. 100m da«h - 3. Young, 11.2; Hl|jh Jump - 4. Saldana, 5-6. 400m relay - 4. Sallna South, 47.25. 1,600m run - 3. Muth, 5:08.93. 400m daah - 6. Tuttle, 58.36; Dlacua - 6. Benoit, 11510. 300m hurdlea - 5. Keopraseuth, 46.72. 800m run - 3. Muth, 2:17.34. 200m dean - 3. (tie) Young, 23.29. Triple Jump - 3. Jackson, W%. 1,600m relay - 3. Salina South, 3:47.44. GIRLS Team scores Hays 144'/«, Salina South t20V5, Liberal 87, Great Bend 69, Kennedy 67, Dodge City 37, Fel- tenO. Sallna South results 100m hurdlea - 5. Pratt, 20.6; High Jump -1. Billings, 5-0; 3. (tie) Taylor, 4-8; 5. (lie) Anderson, 4-6. Long Jump - 2. Augustine, 14-11; 4. Taylor, 14-2; 6. Anderson, 13-7. Triple Jump 2. Taylor 29-8 %; 3. Anderson, 28-8.100m dash - 2. Guerra, 13.31; 5. Baker, 13.5; 6. Blxby, 13.5.1,600m run - 1. McCumber, 6:17.400m relay -1. Salina South, 54.32; 5. Sallna South, 58.61. 400m daah - 1. Baker, 1:07.2. 300m hurdlea - 4. Pratt, 58.26. 200 - 2. Guerra, 28.20.1,600m relay - 1. Sallna South, 4:32.8. Junior high EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN MEET BOYS Team scores Elyria Christian 52, Bethel Life 44, Newton Bible 20, Wichita Homeschoolers 16, Flinthills Christian 16, Christian Center 15. Emmanuel Christian results Shot put — 2. Krause, 29-2; 6. Stanley, 25-8. High Jump — 6. Matous, 3-8. Dlacua — 4. Phillips, 64-1 <A; 6. Wilson, 47-7.400m relay — 3. Emmanuel Christian, 1:01.39.800m run — 3. Wilson, 2:52.59; 4. Cedillo, 3:13.76.800m relay — 2. Emmanuel Christian, 2:09.59. GIRLS Team scores Elyria Christian 94 %, Emmanuel Christian 25 'A, Newton Bible 16, Wichita Homeschoolers 14VS, Bethel Life 14, Fllnlhllls Christian 8V4. Emmanuel Christian results Dlacua — 3. Ball, 31-10; 4. Glassbum, 30-0. Long Jump — 4. Gray, 11-5V4; 5. Gordon, 110. High Jump — 4. Hopper, 3-6.75m hurdles — 5. McCaslin, 16.75. Ulle run — 1. Main, 6:16.62. 400m daah — 4. Gordon, 1:25.06. 800m run — 1. Main, 2:57.45.200m daah — 5. McCaslin, 40.34. Tennis High school BUFF QUADRANGLAR At Belleville Team scores Marysville 14, Concordia 12, Valley Center 8, Belleville 2. Singles No. 1 — 1. McNown, Valley Center; 2. Mitchell, Concordia. No. 2 — 1. Nolle, Marysville; 2. Murk, Concordia. Doubles No. 1 — 1. Dummermuth-Ryan, Marysville; 2. Bombardler-Tleklng, Concordia. No. 2 — 1. Pfelfer-Sandstrom, Maryville; 2. Henry-Deal, Concordia. Golf High school MARION INVITATIONAL 6-man scores Sacred Heart 503, Chase County 505, Council Grove 515, Heringlon 524, Hillsboro 531, Halstead 557, Lyndon 581, Marlon 599, Remington 602. Peabody 617. 4-man scores Sacred Heart 323, Chase County 330, Herington 338, Council Grove 336, Hillsboro 370, Halstead 372, Remington 374, Lyndon 394, Peabody 400, Marion 427. 2-man scores Hillsboro 161, Marion 172, Centre 173, Chase County 175, Council Grove 179, Sacred Heart 180, Halstead 185, Lyndon 187, Heringlon 188, Inman 196, Peabody 217, Remington 228. Individual medalists 1. Evel, Sacred Heart 76,2. (tie) Collins, Council Grove 78 & Lelshman, Herington 78; 4. Herton, Council Grove 79; 5. Budke, Chase County; Frazler, Sacred Heart; Gould, Halstead; Ingalls, Chase County & Woods, Hillsboro 80; 10. Watts, Chase County 81. Sacred Heart results Kevin Evel 75, Cain Frazier 80, Chris Mergen 81, Nick Brungardl 84, Ryan Prickelt 67, Craig Compagnone 96. Junior varsity At Sallna Municipal G.C. SALINA SOUTH 828 SALINA CENTRAL 833 Sallna Central scores Scott Eilrich 97, Stan Fields 98, Dan Walker 98, Brian Weikle 102, Brad Fields 103, Brandon Abbott 110, Justin Martin 112, Dairin Francisco 113. Sallna South scores Derek Lilly 87, Steve Dresie 91, John Thompson 92, Tanner Kllngzell 94, Scott McFall 104, Sean Newell 110, Chris Fell 118, Andrew Vaupel 133. SPORTS DIGEST Auto pacing INDIANAPOLIS — A.J. Foyt has what doctors think is an inner ear disorder that caused him to faint and to stagger "like a drunk," the four-time Indianapolis 500 winner said Tuesday. He underwent a CAT scan at an Indianapolis hospital Monday night. The test was negative, he said. "I feel a lot better today," Foyt said. The problem started about three weeks ago when the 62-year-old car owner was in Indianapolis for private testing. Basketball NEW YORK — Vancouver's Shareef Abdur- Rahim, the No. 3 pick in the 1996 NBA draft, was the No. 1 choice and the only unanimous selection of the league's coaches for the All-Rookie team Tuesday. Abdur-Rahim, also third in the Rookie of the Year balloting, behind Philadelphia's Allen Iverson and Minnesota's Stephen Marbury in voting by the media, received a perfect 28 first-place votes and 56 points from the coaches, who were not allowed to select players on their teams. Points were awarded on a 2-1 basis. Iverson and Marbury were next with 27 first-place votes and 55 points each. Completing the team were Marcus Camby of Toronto and Antoine Walker of Boston. Football NEW YORK — Whoa, Nellie! Now there are two Keith Jacksons announcing football on TV. One does college games for ABC, the other will be doing NFL games for TNT next season, along with former Packers teammate Sean Jones, who will quit football because of a back injury. On Tuesday, TNT said it had hired the two ex-Packers to work in the studio for its Sunday night games. Golf BANGOR, Maine — It was a tough act to follow, but Barry Dorr was up to the task. After Jim Blakeman Sr. shot a hole-in-one on the 140-yard 16th hole at the Bangor Municipal Course Saturday, Dorr stepped up to the tee with a similar club, an eight iron. The result was the same: another ace. It was the first hole-in-one for either golfer, who were paired against each other in their regular foursome. The odds on anyone getting a hole in one, according to Golf Digest statistics, are about 10,000 to 1. Softball LOS ANGELES — UCLA was ordered to forfeit its 1995 women's Softball NCAA championship Tuesday and was barred from this year's national softball tournament — just five days before pairings are announced. The NCAA committee of infractions also required that a senior associate director of athletics be removed — which UCLA carried out last year. And the NCAA limited UCLA's scholarships for softball for the next two years. The sanctions mean that the entire athletic program will be put on probation for three years. The probation only affects softball, but all other sports, including basketball and football, will be closely monitored during that period. Tennis HAMBURG, Germany — Nicolas Kiefer, tabbed as the successor to Boris Becker in German tennis, will get a chance to see how far he has to go before assuming Becker's mantle — the teacher and the pupil will meet in the second round of the German Open. Kiefer rallied Tuesday to beat Marzio Martelli, a qualifier from Italy, 4-6, 7-6 (74), 6-2, after trailing 4-0 in the second set. His next opponent will be Becker on Wednesday — weather permitting. After Kiefer's victory, only two more matches were completed in the $2.3 million red- clay tournament before the rain came. ROME — Jennifer Capriati's return to Rome in her latest comeback bid was a bust Tuesday when she was beaten in the first round of the Italian Open by Chanda Rubin. Rubin won 7-6 (7-1), 6-2 in the center court match between the two unseeded Americans. Capriati made her European professional debut in Rome in 1990, but hadn't played at the Foro Italico in four years after her career was derailed by drug and alcohol abuse. General NEW YORK — NBC now has Notre Dame signed up for almost as long as it has the Olympics. NBC Sports and Notre Dame announced on Tuesday that they have agreed to a second five- year extension of their exclusive broadcast contract, carrying them through 2005. "It all starts with the notion — and I think this is common knowledge — that Notre Dame is the one truly national university," NBC Sports executive vice president Ken Schanzer said.The newest deal is estimated to be worth as much as $45 million. NBC paid Notre Dame $35 million for its first five-year deal, which expired in 1995, and the network is in the second year of its first five-year extension. NEW YORK — Keith Olbermann's voice mail at ESPN says, "Hi, I'm Keith. I'm not here, and I'm not going to be here for a while." The popular ES- PN "SportsCenter" anchor either has been suspended or sent home for two weeks, depending on who tells the story. An unauthorized appearance on Comedy Central was described by ESPN executive editor John Walsh as "one of a number of issues" involved in the action. On April 16, Olber- mann appeared on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," with host Craig Kilborn, former 2 a.m. "SportsCenter" anchor on ESPN and a longtime friend. "At the end of the show, we do a thing where we play five questions, and we start with geography," Kilborn said. "I asked Keith to name the most god forsaken place in the East, and he said Bristol, Connecticut." Bristol is the headquarters of ESPN. 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