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C2 FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio ^Today's schedule f« TELEVISION k - AUTO RACING I, 11:30 i.m. — IRL Auto Racing, final practice V day lor Indy 500. ESPN, csble 38. jj 7 p.m. — Demolition Derby, Demolition Derby £ Showdown III, TON. cable 34. ,. BASEBALL t»' ( p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at ^Pittsburgh, WTBS, cable 15, BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA Playotts. New York at Miami, »~ "TNT, cable 41. " i 9:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Houston at Seal; -tie, TNT, cable 41. . GOLF •" 2 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf, World Seniors In* vttatlonal, ESPN, cable 38. J HOCKEY , (MO p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Buffalo at J Philadelphia. ESPN, cable 38. * . 7:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Colorado at Ed| ..-"monton, ESPN2, cable 39. ; •* SOCCER J , 11:30p.m. —USA Women's Soccer, England I - v«. United States. ESPN, cable 38. V - TENNIS J ' • i.m. — Men's tennis, German Open, ESPN, J cable 38. ', RADIO BASEBALL f ^ 6:10 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Kansas •" '-City at NY Yankees, KSAL, 1150-AM. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS <B»st-of-7) Wednesday's results Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 1, Philadelphia leads series 3-0 Edmonton 4, Colorado 3, Colorado leads series 2-1 Thursday's results NY Rangers 3, New Jersey 0, New York loads ' series 3-1 • Detroit at Anaheim, (n) Friday's gamee Buffalo at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Colorado at Edmonton, 7:30 p.m. "Baseball > : MLB standings $ AMERICAN LEAGUE «i East Division j W L Pet GB 3 Baltimore 22 9 .710 — t New York 19 15 .559 4V4 •( Toronto 16 15 .516 6 jjj Boston 15 17 .489 7V4 3_ Detroit 13 20 .394 10 Central Division W L . Pel GB Milwaukee 15 14 .517 — Cleveland 16 15 .516 — __ Kansas City 16 15 .516 — ' Minnesota 14 20 .412 3(4 ' Chicago 11 19 .367 414 L Wast Division I W L Pet GB I Seattle 19 13 .594 — ! Texas 16 14 .533 2 i Anaheim 14 16 .467 4 1 Oakland 15 19 .441 5 [ Wednesday's results Milwaukee 1, Oakland 0 Seattle at Chicago White Sox, ppd., rain ' Cleveland 7, Toronto 1 ! Detroit 12, Kansas City 3 i Boston 11, Minnesota 3 ; Baltimore 3, Anaheim 0 i NY Yankees 5, Texas 2 i Thursday's results Kansas City 4, Detroit 0 Toronto 4, Cleveland 3 I • NY Yankees 5, Texas 4 I Minnesota 10, Boston 7 i Baltimore 13, Seattle 3 | Chicago White Sox 10, Oakland 6 .' • Friday's games ' Cleveland (Nagy 4-2) at Detroit (Sager 2-1), j '6:05 p.m. Texas (Witt 5X1) at Boston (Wasdin 0-0), 6:05 p.m. ' ' . Kansas Clly (Rusch 2-2) at NY Yankees ; (Rogers 2-1), 6:35 p.m. , Seattle (Moyer 1-0) at Baltimore (Copplnger t- / "0), 6:35 p.m. ' : Anaheim (Hasegawa 1-1) at Milwaukee (Eldred 3-3), 7:05 p.m. Toronto (Hentgen 2-1) at Minnesota (Rodriguez 1-2), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Prieto 2-2) at Chicago White Sox (Navarro 3-1), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pel GB Atlanta 23 10 .697 — Montreal 17 14 .548 5 Florida 18 15 .545 5 New York 16 18 .471 TA Philadelphia 10 22 .313 12V4 Central Division W L Pel GB Houston 19 15 .559 — , Pittsburgh 17 15 .531 V4 • SI Louis 16 17 .485 2V4 • Cincinnati 10 22 .313 8 ; Chicago 9 23 .281 9 , West Division W L Pel GB ' Colorado 21 11 .656 — • 'San Francisco 19 12 .613 114 Los Angeles 18 13 .581 2VS San Diego 12 19 .387 8V4 Wednesday's results *f Montreal 19, San Francisco 3 =*;! Allanta 3, Florida 2,10 innings '•3 NY Mets 4, Houston 1 y-i St. Louis 14, Philadelphia 7 .I,- 1 Pittsburgh 14, Colorado 3 ", Los Angeles 4, Cincinnati 2 •„ San Diego 6, Chicago Cubs 3 i-.i Thursday's results , ••' Houston 4, NY Mels ? ''. SI. Louis 8, Philadelphia 2 ",- Pittsburgh 10, Colorado 8 .,- Chicago Cubs 6, San Diego 2 ;•; Florida 5, Atlanta 1 Friday's games j. Colorado (Bailey 4-1) at Philadelphia (Maduro ''2-3), 6:05 p.m. *". Houston (Kile 2-2) at Florida (Brown 3-2), 8:05 •^/• • V' <.".: t'. ,.}:• Atlanta (Wade 1-1) at Pittsburgh (Cordova 1'* 3), 8:05 p.m. i NY Mets (Clark 3-2) at St. Louis (Stottlemyre ; 1-1), 7:05 p.m. > Montreal (Heimanson 1-2) at Los Angeles (Valdes 1-4), 9:05 p.m. ; Cincinnati (Smiley 2-5) at San Diego (Worrell , 2-3), 9:05 p.m. 1 Chicago Cubs (Trachssl 1 -4) at San Francisco (Vaniandlngham 1-2), 9:05 p.m. American League ROYALS 4, TIGERS 0 KANSAS CITY DETROIT abrhbl ebrhbl OHrmn2b 4111 BLHntrd 5000 JBelt u 3111 Hggnsn H 4000 Roberto* 3010 FrymnSb 3000 King 1b 3001 ToClrk 1b 3010 CDavfcdh 3011 Hmeindh 3000 DHwddh 0000 NJevesrf 4010 4000 Eastey2b 2000 3000 BJhnsnc 4000 4120 DCruz ss 3020 Oajnonrf 4110 Pndeph 1010 TeMs 11 4 7 4 ToMs 32 0 S 0 KansatCrty 002 000 020-4 Oskett 000 000 000—0 E—WSwseney (1). DP—Detroit 1. L06— Ka/nu City 5, Detroit 10. 2B—Roberts (7), ToClark (5), DCruz (8). HR-JBell (6). SB— TQoodwIn (9), Hamelln (1). CS—Nleves (2). -;-.. V H RER BB SO ' • KtntMCky 7 Be*cn»rW.4-3 7 40045 •W.Ptctwdo 2 10012 v «*«• r-MoehtaL,2-2 7 84421 >'l>*Ulc«li 2 t 0 0 t 0 "ii.! Uoehler pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. •'- WP—Belcher. .<•'• Unyliat—Home, Cousins; First, Welke; Sec- ••1v on<J, Kalsen Third, Brinkman. J' i T—2:49. A—16,243 (52.416). -tv, BLUE JAYS 4, INDIANS 3 >, 'TONOMTO CLEVELAND "+<', abrhbl abrhbl .V'NUond 4230 Grssomcf 4000 . ; ..«AQrulzss 5011 TFmdz2b 4000 4021 Thome 1b 4110 4000 MaWm 3b 3110 Sprgiw 3b 3000 Jusllce If 4123 ...ruzss -'Idtotdrl ; !'-.Caf»rlb * CDIgdo dh t 1 t 0 JuFrro clh 4020 Snliago c 4000 Giles rt 3010 SGreen If 3121 SAImr c 4 0 1 0 Brfio 2b 4011 Vizqgel ss 4000 Totals 35 410 4 Totals 3<1 3 B 3 Toronto 111 000 100-4 Cleveland 000 000 003-3 E—Sprague (3), SAIomar 2 (5). DP—Toronto 1, Cleveland 1. LOB—Toronto r, Cleveland 6. 2B—CDelgado (4). Giles (4). HR-^luslice (11), SB—Nixon 3 (14). S—Giles. IP H RER BB SO Toronto Guzman W.3-2 7 30013 Crablree 1 32200 Plesac 1-321100 OuantrlllS.1 2-300000 Cleveland Ogea L.2-3 7 84324 Kline 0 10000 Mesa 1 00010 ALopez 1 10002 Crabtree pitched to 2 batters in the 9th, Kline pitched lo 1 batter in the 8lh. Umpires—Home, Morrison; First, Barnetl; Second, Kosc; Third. Clark. T—2:51. A—42,567 (42.400). YANKEES S, RANGERS 4 TEXAS NEW YORK ab r h bl nb r h bi McLmr2b 5110 Raineslf 4020 IRdrgz c 5131 Jeler ss 4 2 t 0 Greer II 4010 BoWms cf 3220 JuGnlzdh 4000 TMrtnz tb 3010 WCIarktb 3011 Fielder dh 3011 Slmms rt 3011 O'Neill rl 3011 Newson rf 1000 Hayes 3b 4121 Buford d 4010 Glrardi c 4000 BRipkn 3b 3 0 0 0 Sojo 2b 4000 LStvnsph 1110 Gilss 3110 Palmer ph 1011 Totals 37 411 4 Totals 32 5 10 3 Texas 000 100 021-4 New York 000 201 11x—5 E—Buford (3). DP—Texas 2. New York 1. LOB—Texas 9, New York 7. 2B—Greer (10). WCIark (4), LStevens (3), Gil (3), BeWilllams 2 (13). O'Neill (13). HR—Hayes (1). IP H RER BB SO Texas DOIIverL.1-3 51-3 7 3 2 3 5 Patterson 12-32 1 1 1 1 XHemandez 1 11102 New York Pettltte W.6-1 71-3 7 3 3 2 6 MRiveraS,11 12-3 4 1 1 1 3 Balk—Patterson. Umpires—Home. Merrill; First, Scott; Second, Phillips; Third, Roe. T—2:58, A—17,483(57,545). TWINS 10, RED SOX 7 MINNESOTA BOSTON abrhbl KnWch 2b 4321 Brede 1b 5123 Molitordh 5023 Lawton II 5111 RKelly rt 3100 GMyrsc 4010 Coomer3b 5101 Becker d 4211 Moaresss 4120 Grcprrss Fryecf O'Lryrt Crdero If MVghn 1b Wiring 3b Stanley dh Jffrson dh JhValln 2b Hslman c Pmbrtn rt Bragg cf Totals abrhbl 5020 2000 2000 5130 5120 I 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 4 2010 Totals 39101110 Totals 387147 Minnesota 100 005 040—10 Boston 040 000 030— 7 E—Wakefleld (2). DP—Minnesota 2, Boston 1. LOB—Minnesota 10. Boston 7. 2B—Brede (5), MVaughn (4), Jhvalentin (7), Pemberton (2), Bragg (7). 3B—Brede (1), Lawion (2). HR— Naehring (7), Pemberton (2). SB—Knoblauch 2 (16), RKelly (4). CS—Garclaparra (2). Minnesota Robertson W.3-1 Naulty Guardado Agullera S,6 Boston Wakefield Garces L.0-1 Corsl Trllcek IP 5 2 1 1 H RER BB SO 2-3 1 1-3 2 Naulty pitched to 3 batters In the 8th, Wake- Held pitched to 2 batters In the 6lh, Corsl pitched lo 4 batters in the eih. HBP—by Wakefield (Meares), by Robertson (Stanley). PB—Haselman. Umpires—Home, McKean; Rrst, Hendry; Second, Hlrschbeck; Third, O'Nora. T—3:26. A—24,595 (33,925). WHITE SOX 10, ATHLETICS 6 OAKLAND CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl Mshorecf 3111 Phillips rf 5131 Giambi dh 3001 Drham 2b 5110 Cnsecolf 4000 FThms 1b 4122 McGwMb 3001 Belle If 4121 Berroa rt 4010 LMoutn dh 5322 Splezio 2b 4000 Snopek 3b 5110 Broslus 3b 4000 NMartn ss 4124 GoWmsc 2210 Kreulerc 3010 Batistass 2100 DLewiscf 4120 Mgdan 3b 2221 Totals 31 6 5 4 Totals 39101610 Oakland 000 020 301— 6 Chicago 313 012 OOx—10 E—Spiezio (3), Phillips (3), Belle (3). DP— Chicago 1. LOB—Oakland 7, Chicago 8. 2B— FThomas (7), LMouton (3). HR—Magadan (2), FThomas (3), LMouton (2), NMartln (2). SB— DLetvis (5). SF—Giambi, McGwire. IP H RER BB SO Oakland MohlerL,0-4 42-3 9 8 8 2 4 Wengert 21-3 6 2 2 1 5 Acre 1 10001 Chicago Baldwin W,1-4 5 22026 DDaiwin 11-32 3 1 2 0 Bertottl 0 00000 Simas 12-3 0 0 0 I 1 RHernandez 1 11120 Bertottl pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. WP—Mohler. Umpires—Home, McCoy; First, Cralt; Second, vleriwethen Third, Evans. T—3:02. A—16,627 (44,321). ORIOLES 13, MARINERS 3 SEATTLE BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl Cora2b 4010 ByAdsncf 4222 ARdrgzss 4100 Rboulet2b 5211 GrfyJfcf 4000 CRipknSb 5121 EMrtnz dh 4010 Incvgla dh 4110 Buhner rt 3000 Holies 1b 4236 Srrentolb 3011 Hmndslf 3100 DaWlsn c 4000 Wbster c 4110 RDavis 3b 3111 Tiasco rt 3220 Duceylf 4110 Bordlckss 3112 Totals 33352 Totals 35131312 Seattle 000 100 020— 3 Baltimore 200 003 35X-13 E—Cora (5), CRipken 2 (7), HammorKte (2). DP—Baltimore 1. LOB—Seattle 6, Baltimore 2. 28—Holies (4), Tarasco (1). HR—RDavis (5), ByAnderson (3), Holies 2 (6). CS—Tarasco (1), Boidick(l). IP H RER BB SO Seattle RaJohnson L.4-1 6 6 S 5 2 10 Manzanillo 1 33210 BWells 1 45501 Baltimore Mussina W.4-1 7 53118 TeMathews 2 00021 Mussina pitched to 3 batters in the 8th. HBP—by BWells (Hammonds). WP—Manzanillo. Umpires—Home, Cederstrom; First, Coble; Second, McClelland; Third, Culbrelh. T—3:04. A—45,026 (48.262). National League PIRATES 10, ROCKIES 8 PITTSBURGH COLORADO abrhbl abrhbl Wmack 2b 5121 EcVng 2b 4120 MCmgs rt 6120 Vn Wai rt 4110 AMartn II 4221 Bchetto If 4222 MaJhsntb 4131 LWalkrd 4112 Elster ss 3212 Glrrga 1b 3122 Kendall c 4123 CasSllaSt. 5)20 JGIiencI 3000 JoRoedc 5132 Peters p 0000 Weiss ss 5020 Wnhusep 0000 McCknpr 0000 Rincon p 0000 Wright p 1000 KYng ph 1000 DeJoan p 0000 LoMIe p 0000 Coles ph 1000 Randa 3b 4111 MMunz p 0000 Lwi/a p 3110 Bales ph 1000 Alnswrtd 2000 BRuflrip 0000 Burks pri 1000 Totals 391014 9 Totals 38 615 8 Pittsburgh 100 810 000-10 Colorado 203 001 200- 8 E—Vander Wai (1). Galarraga (3). DP—Pittsburgh 1, Colorado 1. LOB—Piltsburgh 10. Colorado 10. 2B—MCur.imings (5), Kendall (8), Randa (7), Galarraga (5), JoRoed 2 (3). HR— AMartin (3), Elster (6). LWalker (12). CS—EcY- oung (5). S—Randa, DeJean. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh I LoaizaW,4-0 52-311 6 6 2 2 Today's schedule FRIDAY, MAY 9 BASEBALL Manhattan at Snllna South, 4:30 p.m. Kansas City at NY Yankees. 6:35 p.m. Sallna Central at Hays Tournament GOLF Salina Sacred Heart at Claflln, 3 p.m. SOFTBALL Russell at SE Saline, 3 p.m. NAIA Great Plains Regional at Lindsborg NJCAA Region 6 Tournament at Hutchlnson SWIMMING Salina Central & Salina Central at 1-70 League Meet TRACK & FIELD Ell-Saline at Lincoln, 3 p.m. Salina Central Invitational. 3:30 p.m. Salina Sacred Heart 8 SE Saline at Elllnwood, 4 p.m. Peters 0 00020 Walnhouse 2-32221 I Rincon 12-30 0 0 0 2 LoiselleS,2 1 20000 Colorado Wright L.4-2 32-3 B 9 9 4 3 DeJean 21-3 4 1 0 0 1 MMunoz 1 10000 BRulfin 2 10023 Peters pitched to 2 batters in the 6th. HBP—by Wright (Elster), by Loalza (LWalker). WP—Wright. Umpires—Home, Montague; First, Bell; Second, Rieker; Third, Hailton. T—3:20. A—48,050 (50,200). CUBS 6, PADRES 2 CHICAGO SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl McRao cl 5231 Hndrsn II 1000 Glnville It 5000 GVghn II 2001 MaGrc 1b 4010 Shmprt If 0000 Sosa rf 5241 SFinley d 1000 Sndbrg 2b 4021 QVeras 2b 4000 TAdms p 0000 Gwynn rf 3010 DCIark ph 1000 Cminili 3b 4000 Rojas p 0000 CrJnos d 4000 Dnslonss 4110 Cnlrccotb 4111 JHmdz 3b 4121 Gomez ss 4120 Servaisc 4020 CHmdzc 4030 Mlhllnd p 3000 Vlnzola p 0000 Snchez 2b 1011 Slaughl ph 1000 Scott p 0000 Flhertyph 1010 Cnnane p 0000 Long p 0000 Lee ph 1000 Tol»l» 40 6 16 5 Tot»l« 34 2 8 2 Chicago 102 110 010—4 San Diego 001 000 100—2 E—CHernandez (1). DP—San Diego 1. LOB—Chicago 8, San Diego 8. 2B—McRae (10), Sosa 2 (9), Gomez (4), CHemandez (1). HR—McRae (2), JHemandez (1), Cianfrocco (1). CS—McRae (3), Sandberg (I). S—Valenzuela. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Mlhllnd W.3-3 62-3 6 2 2 0 3 TAdams 11-31 0 0 2 2 Rojas 1 10001 SsnDtaigo Valenzuala L.1-4 5 10 5 4 1 2 Scott 2 20001 Cunnane 1 31100 Long 1 10003 WP—Valenzuela. Umpires—Home, ffippley; First, Williams. C.; Second, Hlrschbeck, M.; Third, Froemmlng. T—2:56. A—16,844 (59,772). CARDINALS 6, PHILLIES 2 PHILADELPHIA ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Jfferlos If 3100 Clayton ss 3220 Amarod 2001 DYnglb 3100 Rolen 3b 3010 Lnklrdd 4112 DsMayrf 4010 Ganllf 1100 Hudler2b 4000 MkSwylf 0000 Brognatb 4010 Gaettl3b 4013 Parentc 3000 Mabryrt 4000 Mmdnlph 1 0 O'O Difellcec 1111 Slockerss 4120 GallegoZb 3010 Beech p 1010 AnBens p 3000 Madurapr 0000 TJMtwp 0000 Mlmbs p 0000 RHrris p 0000 KJordnpri 1000 Sprdlln p 0000 Bttafco p 0000 Daullonph 1000 Totals 31 2 6 1 Totali 26 6 6 6 Philadelphia 002 000 000—2 St. Louis 000 114 OOx—6 DP—Philadelphia 4. LOB—Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 3. 2B—Brogna (13), Beech (1), Clayton (12), Gaettl (4). HR—Difelka (1). SB-Clayton (8). S—Beech. SF—Amaro. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Beech 4 11132 Mimbs L,0-3 12-34 5 5 1 3 RHarris 1-310010 Spradlin 1 00001 Bollalico 1 00010 St. Louis AnBenesW.2-1 8 52225 TJMalhews 1 10000 HBP—by Mlmbs (DYoung), by AnBenes (Rolen), WP—AnBenes 2. Umpires—Home, DeMuth; First, Quick; Second, Relitord; Third, Vanover. T—2:27. A—32,264 (49,676). ASTROS 4, METS 2 NEW YORK HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Alxndr2b 4000 Biggto2b 3110 Allonzo3b 4131 DeBelld 4122 Olerud tb 4011 Bgwell 1b 3010 Huskeyll 30)0 LGnzlzlf 4110 Everelt d 4000 Berry 3b 4000 Ochoait 4000 Bogar3b 0000 ACslilloc 3010 Abreurf 4121 Gilkey ph 1000 Gterrez ss 4021 Ordnez ss 3110 Asmus c 4020 RReed p 2010 Hmpln p 3000 Thrmn ph 1000 RSprgr p 0000 Udle p 0000 THwid ph 1000 BWgnr p 0000 Totals 332 82 Totali 34411 4 New York 100 010 000—2 Houston 100 210 00<—4 E—Alexander (4), Alfonzo (2), Hampton (1). DP—Houston 1. LOB—New York 5, Houston 8. 2B—OeBell (6), LGonzalez (7), Gutierrez (1). 3B—Allonzo (1). HR—DeBell (1). IP H RER BB SO New York RReed L.3-2 6 74304 Udle 2 40002 Houston Hampton W.2-3 7 72215 RSpringer 1 10002 BWagnerS.7 1 00003 HBP-by RReed (Bagwell), by RReed (Biggio). Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Hernandez; Second, Rapuano; Third, Danley. T—2:28. A—12,842 (53,821). . MARLINS 6, BRAVES 1 ATLANTA FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl Loltond 4000 Mlliaid2b 4000 Lemke 2b 3000 Rnlana ss 4110 Mtdcai 3b 3010 Floyd It 2120 McGrff 1b 4020 Cngiosi If 2000 AJones rf 4010 Shlfield rf 1100 JLopezc 3000 Aloud 4113 KleskoII 4110 Bonilla3b 3011 Blauserss 2011 Conine 1b 4000 Glavine p 1000 CJhnsn c 3000 Blliard pr 0000 Snders p 2111 Brwsklp 0000 Wehnerph 1010 Tucker ph 1000 Hulton p 0000 Clonlzp 0000 Nenp 0000 Totals 29 1 6 I Totals 30 i 7 5 Atlanta 000 000 100—1 Florida 005 000 00«—6 E—Sauntos (1). DP—Allanta I, Florida 3. LOB—Atlanta 6, Florida 6. 2B—AJones (5), Floyd (2). 3B—Klesko (3), Alou (3). HR—Saun- deis (1). IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Glavine L.4-2 4 65514 Borowskl 2 10020 ClonU 2 00012 Florida SaundersW.1-1 6 40044 Hutton 2 21100 Nen 100001 HBP—by Saunders (Glavine), by Glavine (Sheffield). Umpires—Home, Runge; First, West; Second. Winters; Third, Layne. T--2:26. A-32,088 (41,855). Late boxscores WEDNESDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE PADRES 6, CUBS 3 CHICAGO SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl McRae cl 5021 SFinley cf 5012 Dnston ss 4120 Gomez ss 4020 MaGrc II) 3 0 < I Gwynn rf 4010 Sosa rl 4010 Cminili 3b 4000 Hanson 3b 3010 Crjnes If 3220 Kschnclf 2 0 0 0 Lee 1b 3111 Glnville If 1000 CnfrccoJb 4120 Sndbrg 2b 4010 Flhertyc 4233 MHbrd c 4111 Brgmn p 1000 FCstillo p 2010 Cnnane p 0000 Pttrson p 0000 Plntler ph 0000 JHmdz ph 1110 Hndrsn ph 1000 Bttnfld p 0000 Scott p 0000 Casian p 0000 Slaughl ph 1000 DCIark ph 1000 Hffman p 0000 Totals 34 311 3 Totals 34 612 6 Chicago 000 110 100-3 San Diego 020 003 01x—6 DP—San Diego 3. LOB—Chicago 7, San Diego 7. 2B—McRae (9). SFinley (7), Crjones (2). 3B—Dunston (2). HR—MHubbard (1), Flaherty (3). SB—CrJones (2). Flaherty (2). CS— Gomez (2). S—Bergman. SF—MaGrace. IP H RER BB SO Chicago FCaslilloL,1-5 51-3 10 5 5 1 5 Pallerson 2-31 0002 Bottenfield 12-31 1 1 1 1 Casian 1-300000 San Diego Bergman 41-3 7 2 2 0 4 Cunnane W.1-1 12-3 1 0 0 1 0 Scott 2 31111 Hoffman S,5 1 00000 Umpires—Home, Froemmlng; First, Rlppley; Second, Williams, C.; Third, Hirschbeck, M.. T—2:54. A—13,622 (59,772). DODGERS 4, REDS 2 CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES abrhbl abrhbl DSndrscf 5000 Hlndswd 4111 Reese ss 4010 Gagne ss 4011 Bmsonph 1000 Plazzac 4000 HMorts 1b 4000 Karros 1b 3120 RSndrs rf 4111 Mndesl rf 2100 Tbnsee If 4 1 1 0 Zelte 3b 3010 Boone 2b 3010 Ashley If 3001 WGme3b 1 0 t 0 Kirbyd 0000 JOfVerc 2010 Casfra2b 2100 IHrris II 1011 RMrtnz p 2000 Schrek p 2000 ToWrtl p 0000 Pndllon ph 1000 Crrascop 0000 CGdwin ph 1000 Totals 33 2 7 2 Totals 27 4 5 3 Cincinnati 000 101 000—2 Los Angeles 002 200 OOx—4 E—HMorrls (3), Gagne (5), Piazza (3). DP— Cincinnati 2. Los Angeles 1. LOB—Cincinnati 9, Los Angeles 3. 2B—Taubensee (6), Gagne (6). HR—RSanders (4). SB—Boone (1), Karros (3), Mondesi (7). S—RMartinez. SF—LHarrls. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Schourek L.2-3 5 34333 Carrasco 3 20002 Los Angeles RMartinez W.3-2 8 62238 ToWorrollS,10 1 10011 Umpires—Home, Davidson; Rrst, Gorman; Second, Bonln; Third, Gregg. T—2:41. A-28,303 (56,000). State college RMAC TOURNAMENT At Grand Junction, Colo. SOUTHERN COLORADO 10 FORT HAYS STATE 9 Fort Hays State 104 110 200 — 9 16 1 Southern Colorado 200 500 03x — 10 12 1 WP—Hladlk (4-4). LP — Cleveland (4-4). 2B — FH: Field, Lopez; SC: Jenson. 3B — FH: Waslnger. HR — FH: Mullen SC: Acuna, Jenson, Kelly, Schilling, Zurlta. FORT HAYS STATE 8 MESA STATE 5 (Mesa State eliminated) Fort Hays State 001 011 212— 8 18 0 Mesa Stale 000011030— 5 9 1 WP — Scogin (7-1). LP — Young (8-3), S— Field (10). 2B — FH: Field, Ysac. HR — MS: Lenertz. Juco linescore NJCAA REGION 6 SUB-REGIONAL At Great Bend CLOUD COUNTY 7, COLBY 6 Cloud County 005 000 2 - 7 9 3 Colby 003 011 1 - 6 10 2 WP — Fangmeyer (1-1). LP— Mathews (02). S — McLin (3). 2B — C: Nicholas. High school SACRED HEART 11, CLAY CENTER 2 Sacred Heart 440 120 0 — 11 12 0 Clay Center 000 110 0 — 2 4 0 WP — Gordine (4-2). LP — Chaflee. 2B — CC: Gurney. HR — SH: Loslk (4). CLAY CENTER 8, SACRED HEART 3 Sacred Heart 001 001 1 — 3 3 4 Clay Center 430 010 x — 8 9 2 WP — Anderson. LP — Bechard (2-3). 2B — CC: Anderson, Llppert. HR — CC: Kosler, Hayworth. Softball State college NAIA GREAT PLAINS REGIONAL TOURNAMENT At Undsborg Thursday's llnescores NORTHWESTERN, IOWA 6 BETHANY 0 Bethany 000 000 1 — 1 54 Northwestern Iowa 031 101 x —6 70 WP — Mason. LP — Boden. 2B — Nl: Vugteveen. 3B — Nl: Vugteveen. MINOT STATE, N.D. 4 DOROT, IOWA 2 Mlnot State 001 000 3 —4 91 Dordt 002 000 0 — 2 6 0 WP — Rodriguez. LP — Beimere. 2B — MS: Pierce MARY, N.D. 4, CONCOROIA, NEB. 1 Mary 001 102 0— 4 40 Concordia 000 010 0— 1 83 WP — Fuller. LP — Evans. 2B — M: Ruiz. SIOUX FALLS, S.D. 8 KANSAS WESLEY AN 2 Kansas Wesleyan 0100010 — 2 73 Sioux Falls 102 221 x —8 72 WP — Rueslnk. LP — Rlchey. 2B — SF: Plueger. BETHANY 3, DORDT, IOWA 2 (Dordt eliminated) Oordt 0000002 — 2 20 Bethany 000 010 x —3 72 WP — Boden. LP — Haagsma. 2B — B: Dennis; D: Geleynse. CONDORDIA, NEB. 3 KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 (Kinsu Wesleyen eliminated) Kansas Wesleyan 000 000 0 — 0 21 Concordia 111 000 x — 3 81 WP — Evans. LP — Taytor. 26 — C: Ebert. NORTHWESTERN, IOWA 3 MINOT STATE, S.D. 1 Minot State 100 000 0— 1 52 Northwestern 000 210 x—3 40 WP- Mason. LP - McRitchie. MARY, N.D. 10, SIOUX FALLS, S.D. 2 Mary 163 00 —10 10 1 Sioux Falls 200 00— 2 72 WP— Mazuikiewtoz. LP — Schneider. 3B — M: Aston. TODAY'S PAIRINGS 10 a.m. — Concordia, Neb. (27-21) vs. Minol State, N.D. (21-11), loser eliminated. 10 B.m. — Bethany (19-19) vs. Sioux Falls, S.D. (13-9), loser eliminated. Noon — Northwestern Iowa (40-7) vs. Mary, N.D. (22-12). Noon — Concordla-Minol Slate winner vs. Bethany-Sioux Falls winner, loser eliminated. 2 p.m. — Concoidia-Minol Stale-Belhany- Sloux Falls winner vs. Northwestern Io«-Mary loser, loser eliminated. 4 p.m. — Championship game; Northwestern Iowa-Mary winner vs. loser's bracket fin.il winner. 6 p.m. — Second championship game, il necessary. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH 9, MANHATTAN 2 Manhattan 002 000 0 - 2 4 2 Sallna South 203 031 x - 9 13 2 WP — Campbell. LP — Thomas. 2B — SS: Ruppert, Corey. 38 — SS: Rodine. SALINA SOUTH 7, MANHATTAN 0 Manhattan 000 000 0 - 0 5 2 Salina South 100 024 x - 7 9 2 WP — Edwards. LP — Fairtield. 2B — M: Falrchlld; SS: Jahnke. Basketball NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Wednesday's results New York 88. Miami 79, New York leads series 1-0 Seattle 106, Houston 101. series tied 1-1 Thursday's results Allanta 103. Chicago 95, series tied 1-1 Utah at LA Lakers, (n) Friday's games New York at Miami. 7 p.m. Houston at Seattle, 9:30 p.m. NBA summary HAWKS 103, HAWKS 95 ATLANTA (103) Laetlner 6-16 6-9 18. Corbin 1-4 2-2 4, Mu- tombo8-11 3-619, Smilh 9-198-11 27.Blaylock 9-13 0-0 26, Henderson 1-2 1-2 3, Hancock 0-0 0-2 0, Recasner 3-5 0-2 6. James 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 37-71 20-34 103. CHICAGO (95) Plppen 9-18 2-2 24, Rodman 1-5 0-0 2, Longley 2-3 0-0 4, Harper 6-9 0-015, Jordan 12-29 33 27, Kukoc 5-18 3-6 15, Brown 0-2 0-0 0, Williams 0-4 0-0 0, Kerr 1-3 0-0 3, Cafiey 0-2 00 0, Buechler 1-1 0-0 3, Parish 140-0 2. Totals 38-928-1195. Atlanta 27 26 23 27—103 Chicago 28 23 19 25— 95 3-Polnl goals—Atlanta 9-15 (Blaylock 8-9, Smith 1-4, Lasttner 0-1, James 0-1), Chicago 11-30 (Plppen 4-B, Harper 3-5! Kukoc 2-7, Buechler 1-1, Kerr 1-3, Jordan 0-6). Fouled out—Rodman. Rebounds—Allanta 57 (Mu- tombo 15), Chicago 48 (Jordan 16). Assists— Atlanta 13 (Blaylock 9), Chicago 27 (Pippen 9). Total fouls—Atlanta 18, Chicago 27. Technical-Rodman. A—24,544 (23,854). fiolf PGA scores DULUTH, Ga. (AP) — Scores Thursday after the first round of the $1.5 million BellSouth Classic, played at the 7,259-yard, par 72 (36-36) TPC at Sugarloaf: Don Pooley 32-32—64 Nick Price 32-34-S6 Scott Simpson 32-34—66 Donnle Hammond 33-33-66 Bobby Wadklns 34-32—68 David Duval 34-32—66 Scott Dunlap 34-33—67 Bob Esles 33-35—68 Jay Haas 33-35—68 Dan Forsman 32-36—68 Craig Kanada 34-34—66 Skip Kendall 33-35—68 Scott Gump 36-33—69 Mike Brlsky 37-32-89 Dudley Hart 37-32—69 Lee Janzen 37-32—69 David Toms 34-35-69 Charlie Rymer 35-34—69 Craig Bowden 36-33-69 Chip Sullivan 37-32—69 Marco Dawson 32-37—69 Glen Day 34-35—69 Hal Sutton 35-34—69 Bill Glasson 36-33—69 Jim Gallagher 33-36—69 Bruce Fleisher 36-34—70 Jim McGovern 35-35—70 Curt Byrum 36-34—70 Robin Freeman 36-34—70 Phil Blackmar 33-37—70 Andrew Magee 37-33—70 Greg Norman 35-35—70 Scott McCarron 37-33—70 Brian Hennlnger 34-36—70 Chris Perry 37-33—70 Larry Rlnker 37-33—70 Nolan Henke 36-34—70 Woody Austin 36-34—70 Frank Nobilo 36-34—70 Kenny Perry 37-33—70 Mark Calcavecchla 36-34—70 Mike Sullivan 35-35—70 Larry Nelson 38-32—70 Tony Mollica 35-35—70 Tom Pemlce Jr. 34-36—70 Larry Mize 36-35—71 Steve Pate 36-35—71 Hugh Royer 36-35—71 Brad Bryant 36-35—71 Kevin Sutherland 35-36—71 Franklin Langham 37-34—71 Jay Delslng 34-37—71 Ted Tryba 37-34—71 Fred Funk 34-37—71 Keith Fergus 36-35—71 Len Mattlace 36-35—71 Joel Edwards 35-36—71 Brian Claar 36-35—71 Larry Sllvelra 37-34—71 Jeff Hart 33-38—71 Billy Andrade 37-35—72 Jay Don Blake 37-35—72 Stuart Appleby 39-33—72 Bob Tway 38-34—72 Jet) Sluman 37-35—72 Brad Fabel 38-34—72 Sonny Skinner 37-35—72 Eric Johnson 36-36—72 P.H. Horgan III 36-36—72 Brett Quigley 37-35—72 Ronnie Slack 37-35—72 Grant Waile 38-34—72 Patrick Burke 37-35—72 Joey Slndelar 36-36—72 High school JUNCTION CITY INVITATIONAL Team scores Topeka Washburn Rural 314, Shawnee Heights 320, Manhattan 321, Topeka West 331, Lawrence 331, Junction City 334, Garden City 337, Abilene 346, Emporia 348, Topeka High 359, Salina South 367, Topeka Seaman 369, Hutchlnson 374, Hays 375, Topeka Highland Park 421. Individual medalists 1. Soldan, Manhattan 75; 2. Wending, Washburn Rural 76; 3. (tie) Peak. Manhattan; Bath, Washburn Rural; & Shaler, Lawrence 77; 6. (tie) Moon, Junction Cily; Hubbard, Shawnee Heights; & Sterling, Shawnee Heights 78; 9. (tie) Weir, Topeka West; Vlllarreal, Manhattan & Burton, Shawnee Heights 79. Sallna South results Anthony Whittecar 87, Jake Stein 92, Joel Beets 94, Tim Blake 94, Ryan Shriver 97, Derek Lilly 100. HALSTEAD INVITATIONAL At Wedgewood Golf Club Par 70 Team scores Sacred Heart 314, Heringlon 322, Nickerson 332, Halstead 362, Buhler JV 365, Inman 380, Bunton 390, Hillsboro 405, Peabody 428. Marion 431. Individual medalists 1. Frazier, Sacred Heart, 74; 2. Evel, Sacred Heart, 76; 3. Vernon, Herington, 77; 4. Pickerell, Nickerson, 78; 5. Colley, Nickerson, 79; 6. Mergen, Sacred Heart, 79; 7. Lelshman, Herington, 79; 6. Cllne, Barean Academy, 81; 9. Neufeld. Inman, 82; 10. Stuart, Heringlon,, 82, Other Sacred Heart scares Pnckett 85, Compagnone 86, Brungardt 92. Tennis Junior high SALINA INVITATIONAL Team scores Roosevell-Llticoln 41, McPhorson 37, Llnds- boig 23, Salina Soulh 18, Fort Riloy 13, Kanopolis 13, Junction Cily 11, Ellmwood 11. Individual results No. 1 blngles — 1. Porter, H-L, 7-0: 2. Havens, M, 6-1; 3. Delatorre, JC. 5-2; 4. Roth, SS, 4-3; 5. Chambers, L. 3-4; 6. Tripp, K, 2-5; 7. Stickney, E, 1-7. No. 2 tingles — I. Bremyor. 7-0; 2. Campion, R-L, 6-1; 3. Herrera, FR, 4-2; 4. Waite, E, 4-3; 5. Meleis. L, 2-4; 6. Burbanlc, SS, 2-5; 7. Bunch, K, 1-6:8. Sostre.JC, 1-6. No. 1 doubles — 1. Hussman-Taylor, R-L, 70; 2. Clsaspn-Boxberger, M. 6-1; 3. Johnson- Nyquist, L. 5-2; 4. Ortiz-Meldonado, FR, 4-3; 5. Bossemeyer-Rohl, SS. 3-4; 6. Smilh-Kempke, K, 2-5; 7. Birar-Wahlmeier, E. 1-6. No. 2 doubles — 1. Martin-Brown, R-L. 7-0; 2. Boxbergcr-Nelson, 6-1: 3. Ferguson-Carlson, L, 5-2; 4. Paden-Sleffcr. K, 4-3; 5. Isom-Thomas, E, 3-4: 6. McWilllams-Tonne, SS, 2-5; 7. Valencia-Garrett, FR, 1-6; 8. Padro-Broughton, JC, 07. Track & field Junior high SALINA INVITATIONAL BOYS 6th grade Team scores McPherson 121, Manhattan 88, Roosevelt-Lincoln 64, Junction City 55, Salina South 52, Derby 46, Fort Riley 0. Sallna Individual results Discus - 4. Roberts, RL, 109-1; 75m hurdles -2. Hutchinson. RL. 11.15; 4. Ingermanson. RL. 11.62; 5. Deppe, RL, 11.88; Shot put - 4. Cunningham. SS, 36-5; High jump - 2. Lebahn, RL, 5-2; 4. Maxwell, SS, 5-0; 100m dash - 3. Smith, RL. 12.05; 6. Curtiss. IU, 12.43; Long jump - 5. Smith, RL. 15-10; 1,600m run - 1. Bamotl, RL, 5:14.41; 400m relay- 1. Salina South, 49.58; 5. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 50.89; 400m dash - 3. Cunningham, SS, 58.16; 5. Egan. RL, 59.75; 800m relay - 2. Salina South, 1:44.85; 5. Roosevelt- Lincoln, 1:48.09; 200m dash - 2. Russell, SS. 24.16; 3. Smith, RL, 24.75; 6. Shaffer. RL, 27.05; 1,600m relay - 2. Sallna South, 4:01.51; 4. Roosevoll-Lincoln, 4:08.05. 7th grade Team scores Derby 130, Manhattan 69, Roosevelt-Lincoln 65, McPherson 65, Salina South 53, Junction Clly 46. Fort Riley 6. Saline Individual results Long Jump - 4. Payne, RL, 15-4; Shot put 2. Burchlield, SS, 36-10; 3. Muller, SS, 34-6; 4. Ogorzolka, SS, 34-2; 5. Gordon, RL, 29-10; 100m dash - 3. Elsea, RL, 12.87; 4. Brunner, RL, 13.30; High Jump - 6. Hulsllne, RL, 4-8; 400m relay - 1. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 51.16; 4. Salina South, 53.87; Discus - 2. Sldebottom, RL, 99-11; 4. Burchfleld, SS, 95-3; 400m dash 2. Rogan, RL, 1:03.24; 800m relay - 2. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 1:49.63; 3. Sallna South, 1:49.91; 800m run - 6. Allen, RL, 2:31.91; 200m dash 2. Thompson, SS, 26.31; 4. Elsea, RL, 26.53; Medley relay -1. Sallna South, 1:59.70; 2. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 2:01.43; 1,600m relay - 5. Sall- na South, 4:24,56; •*. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 4:32.53. GIRLS 8th grade Team scores McPherson 147, Derby 69, Salina South 66, Roosevelt-Lincoln 54, Manhattan 34, Junction City 32, Fort Riley 22. Sallna Individual results Shot put -1. Carter, HL, 30-7; 75m hurdles 3. Fox, RL, 12.85; 4. Lorsen, SS. 12.93; 100m dash - 5. Rhodenbaugh, SS, 14.16; Discus - 4. Temple, SS, 77-10; Long jump - 2. Herrman, RL, 14-4; 4. Halderman, SS, 13-1; 1,600m run- 2. Ross, SS, 6:12.18; 400m relay - 2. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 55.34; 5. Salina South, 58.03; High lump - 2. Halderman, SS, 4-8; 3. Richardson, SS, 4-4; 800m relay - 4. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 2:00.17; 5. Sallna South, 2:03.16; 800m run - 3. Ross, SS, 2:41.34; 6. Allen, RL, 2:44.29; 200m dash - 2. Halderman, SS, 28.96; 3. Rhodenbaugh, SS, 29.53; 5. Lane, RL, 29.59; 6. Wakes, RL, 30.34; Medley relay - 2. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 2:06.51; 4. Sallna South, 2:10.93; 1,600m relay - 3. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 4:48.75; 4. Salina South, 4:52.31. 7th grade Team scores McPherson 137W, Manhattan 93 V4, Derby 75 'A, Junction City 63, RooseveK-Uncoln 46, Salina South 12, Fort Riley 10. Sallna Individual results Shot put - 4. C.Brown, RL, 24-3; 75m hurdles - 6. Pestlnger, SS, 13.86; Long jump - 6. Conway, SS, 12-0; 100m dash - 5. Bowers, RL, 13.75; 400m relay - 4. Sallna South, 59.17; 5. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 59.43; 400m dash - 2. Anderes, RL, 1:05.64; 800m relay - 5. Sallna South, 2:09.49; 800m run - 4. Randall, RL, 2:49.78; Discus - 6. Magee, SS, 56-11; 200m dash - 2. Bowers, RL, 28.50; 3. Anderes,- RL, 28.61; Medley relay - 4. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 2:12.19; 6. Sallna Soulh, 2:22.12; 1,600m relay - 2. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 4:54.71; 6. Salina South, 5:24.67. TVL LEAGUE MEET At Solomon BOYS 6th grade Team scores Bennlngton 136, Tescott 101, Geneseo 77, SJ Military 48, Solomon 48, Marquette 21. St. John's Military results Discus — 3. Peterson. High jump — 2. Shaw, 4-8; 5. Herrich, 4-8. 75m hurdles — 4. Wagumal, 14.17. 800m relay — 3. SJ Military, 2:10.38. 100m dash — 6. Petterson, 14:96.2. 400m relay — 1. SJ Military, 56.76.440y dash — 6. Horn, 1:11.27. 7th grade Team scores Marquetto 103, Tescolt 93, Bennlngton 76, Geneseo 61, SJ Military 53, Solomon 6. St. John's Military results Shot put — 2. McGivem, 31-%; 5. Pittae, 261 Vi. Discus — 4. Hyatt, 72-1. High jump — 5. George, 4-1.75m hurdles — 5. George, 15.08. 800m relay — 2. SJ Military, 2:13.42. 100m dash — 4. Pittach, 14.17.800m run — 2. Pil- lach, 2:40.06. 200m dash — 4. Baur, 28.55; 6. Trujillo, 30.94. GIRLS 8th grade Team scores Bennlngton 85, Tescott 82, Marquette 78, Geneseo 57, Solomon 36. 7th grade Team scores Tescolt 124, Marquerte 98%, Bennington 72, Solomon 49 '/i, Goneseo 40. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Signed RHP Rusty Meacham and assigned him to Pawtucket of the International League. CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Promoted assistant director ol public relations Scott Relfert to director ol public relations. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Claimed LHP Jason Jacome oil waivers from the Kansas City Royals. MINNESOTA TWINS-Asslgned INF Scolt Stahovlak to Salt Lake of the PCL on a rehabilitation assignment. National League COLORADO ROCKIES—Placed RHP Mark Thompson on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP John Thomson from Colorado Springs of the PCL. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA—Fined the Chicago Bulls $25,000 for tailing to make its players available to the media following practice on May 7. BOSTON CELTICS-Announced the resignation ol Red Auerbach, president, who will remain with the team as a vice chairman. INDIANA PACERS—Named Larry Bird coach, PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Named Lenny Currier head trainer. PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS—Fired P.J. Cailesimo. coach. SACRAMENTO KINGS—Promoted Eddie Jordan from interim coach to head coach and signed him to a two-year contract. FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARS—Named Mark Halley vlca president of player personnel. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Signed QB Pat Barnes to a three-year conlmcl, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Re-signed RB Derek Brown to a one-year contract. Released G Chuck Belin. OAKLAND RAIDERS—Re-signed S Lorenzo Lynch and signed TE Kevin Smith. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Signs WR Eric Melcalf to one-year contract. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Named Reggie Roberts communications director and George Woods marketing director. HOCKEY National Hockey League COLORADO AVALANCHE—Recalled D Eric Messier on loan from Hershey ot the AHL. COLLEGE NCAA—Vacated the 1996 Final Four linlsh of Massachusetts and ordered the return ol $151,000 in tournament money because ot agenl gilts accepted by Marcus Caniby. Ordered Connecticut lo return $90,970 of its f 99fi n|CAA tournament money because Kirk King and^icky Moore accepted plane tickets from an agenl. SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing INDIANAPOLIS — New cars, new engines, no problem. Arie Luyendyk still is the head of the class at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Luyendyk, one of only two former Indianapolis 500 winners entered this year, has been the fastest driver on each of the three days since practice opened for the May 25 race. Thursday was no easy day, though, as the 1990 race winner took a "wild ride" and made contact with the concrete wall while warming up his Aurora-powered G-Force. The incident put a dent in the nose of his car and knocked off a small front wing. The incident occurred only minutes after the start of the practice session, which had been delayed about four hours by rain. His team made repairs to the car and Luyendyk was able to get back out later on the 2 '/a-mile oval. His fast lap of 217.238 mph was well short of the 220.297 he posted on Wednesday, but was still considerably quicker than the 215.822 posted by Tony Stewart, Thursday's second-quickest driver. Baseball ___ NEW YORK — George Steinbrenner should be allowed to sue baseball because there isn't a commissioner, lawyers for the New York Yankees owner and Adidas America said Thursday. Steinbrenner and Adidas sued baseball on Tuesday, prompting a pair of officials to say that the New York Yankees' owner was facing suspension from the ruling executive council when it meets next week. They also said the council may begin an investigation that could lead to Steinbrenner's ••;. third lengthy suspension from control of his '.• team. The Yankees and Adidas agreed in March to a 10-year sponsorship deal said to be worth about $95 million. Baseball lawyers said the deal didn't appear to interfere with the sport's national agreement, but the Yankees and Adidas sued after baseball said it wanted the right to review in advance any joint programs between the team and the sportswear company. Basketball COCONUT GROVE, Fla. — Pat Riley smiled as he held the trophy named for a man who once snubbed him. The Red Auerbach ' -' Trophy goes to the NBA coach of the year. Riley won the honor for the third time Thursday. "You talk about somebody not speaking to somebody else on an elevator — which I've been accused of," Riley said with a chuckle. "I got on an elevator once with Red when I was the coach of the Lakers and he was the general manager of the Celtics, and I could have been invisible. "The Lakers and Celtics — bad blood there." But there's a bond of succesjsr linking Riley and Auerbach, who coached nine Boston teams to the NBA championship. Riley joins Don Nelson as the only coaches to win the Auerbach Trophy three times. And Riley has done it in three cities. RILEY Football HOUSTON — After 14 hours' of negotiations,; Houston Oilers owner Bud Adams and Astrodome manager Drayton McLane Jr. reached a deal""' Thursday that likely will allow the NFL team to play in Tennessee this fall. Adams and McLane worked for two days with a court-appointed mediator to resolve disputes over a canceled preseason game in 1995 and the remaining year of the Oilers' lease at the Astrodome. Neither side would dis-' cuss details of the settlement. I LUBBOCK, Texas — Tony Battie and Cory Carr of'Texas Tech announced Thursday they, are applying for the NBA draft as juniors. Whether both actually leave remains to be seen. Battie ; a 6-foot-ll center who has been told he could be"; picked among the top 10, seemed confident he r will move to the pros. Carr, the Big 12's leading scorer at guard, didn't seem as certain. Carr followed Battie at a morning news conference with the same declaration, though the 6-5 guard left" the door open wider for his return. Golf DULUTH, Ga. — Greg Norman designed the course. Don Pooley mastered it. Pooley shot an 8- under-par 64 Thursday to grab a two-shot lead after the opening round of the BellSouth Classic, being played for the first time at the new TPC Sugarloaf Country Club. Norman, who designed the picturesque, 7,259-yard course which meanders , through the rolling hills north of Atlanta, finished with a 2-under 70 after bogeying the final two holes. Tennis HAMBURG, Germany — What's happening to Thomas Muster and his vaunted game on clay? Muster had one possible explanation after one of his most lopsided defeats on red clay, 6-1, 6-2'to Hicham Arazi in the third round of the $2.3 miL- lion German Open Thursday. "In those last : games, out of eight points, he hit seven lines. That doesn't happen very often," said Muster, the No. 1 seed, who was once virtually unbeatable on the slow surface. "He played deep shots and he didn't make unforced errors. I made too many." Muster's ouster followed the exits of Boris Becker, Marcelo Rios, Richard Krajicek and Wayne • Ferreira, leaving No. 2 Yevgeny Kafelnikov and No. 7 Albert Costa as the only top-seeded players to reach the quarterfinals. PARIS — Look for Martina Hingis to make her return at the French Open. The 16-year-old Swiss star, the world's top-ranked player, has with-,;t drawn from three tournaments since injuring.a knee when she fell off a horse April 21. 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