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C2 SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION AUTO RACING Moon — IRL Auto Racing, time trials for Indianapolis 500, ABC. cable 9, to. Noon — NASCAR Auto Racing, Busch Grand National Series, United Slates Cellular 200. ! TNN. cable 34. •;" 12:30 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing. Winston ; '.^ Cup Series, Winston 500. ESPN, cable 38. t. '' I 2:30 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing. Busch '••'. Grand National North Series. United Slates Cel'• Mar 100. TNN. cable 34 ' ' 2:35 p.m. — NASCAR NAPA Aulo Racing, i _ Card 200, WTBS, cable 15. T-- :: , 5 p.m. — Formula One Aulo Racing, qualify- I".-.. frig lor Grand Prix ol Monaco, ESPN2, cable 39. ' '• BASEBALL * 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Allanla at M U, Pittsburgh, WTBS, cable 15 t>w»i BASKETBALL >•"•-, Noon — NBA Playoffs. Chicago al Atlanta, ' "".NBC. cable 3.13. ^..1 2:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Utah al LA Lakeis, 'i,.»'|(BC.cable3,13. WV, BOWLING .fcfvt, j p. m . — PBA Bowling. Johnny Petraglia •"•^Open, ABC, cable 9.10. !"'!*,'! BOXING ,.,4'- 10:3" P.m. — Boxing, bouts TEA. Univislon, i ; ,..-cabl8 58. i ,.> FOOTBALL ' ,- w Noon — World League Football. Frankfurt at 1 .^.Rhein. IX, cable 28. ',„.',• 11 p.m. — Arena Football, New York at .... Nashville, ESPN, cable 38. GENERAL '"'.. 3:30 p.m. — "Wide World ol Sports", IRL Au•". to Racing, lime trials lor Indianapolis 500; Thoroughbred racing, Pimlico Special, ABC. cable 9, '. .10. , - GOLF 3 p.m. — PGA Golf, BellSouth Classic, CBS, ''. cables. 12. '. .4 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf, World Seniors Invitational, ESPN, cable 38. > SOCCER 1 3 p.m. — Ma|or League Soccer, Dallas al D.C. ] Uniled, ESPN2, cable 39. i. J SOFTBALL i . • 3 p.m. — NCAA Softball, Arizona al Washing' ton, FSN. cable 55. j TENNIS i , 11 a.m. —Men's tennis, German Open, ES- i PN, cable 38. 1 RADIO ;• BASEBALL , 12:10p.m. — Major League Baseball. Kansas '.i City at NY Yankees, KSAL, 1150-AM. >< GENERAL 1 ' • 3:30 p.m. — Gametime, KSAL, 1150-AM. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Thursday's results • NY Rangers 3. New Jersey 0, New York leads ".series 3-1 , • Detroit 3, Anaheim 2 (2ol), Detroit wins series ' '4-0 Friday's results Buffalo 5, Philadelphia 4 (ot), Philadelphia leads series 3-1 Colorado 3, Edmonton 2 (ol), Colorado leads series, 3-1 Sunday's games NY Rangers at New Jersey, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Buffalo. 1 p.m. Edmonton at Colorado, 6:30 p.m. Baseball MVC linescore WICHITA STATE 15, CREIGHTON 0 Crelghton 000 000 0 - 0 7 3 'Wichita State 320 118 x - 15 14 0 . ' WP — Robertson (4-0). LP — Sterling (6-4). ' ~ 2B — C; Bichelmeyer. 3B — WS: Blue. HR — WS: Preston. State college RMAC TOURNAMENT At Grand Junction, Colo. FORT HAYS STATE 6 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY 5 Nebraska-Kearney 031 000 100 - 5 12 5 ".. Fort Hays Stale 000 002 112 - 6 12 0 WP — Taylor (5-2). LP — Bucher (2-4). 2B — • NK: Bosshamer, Mitchell 2: FH: J.Valdez, Ysac. •' HR — NK: Sosshamer, Mitchell. Juco linescores NJCAA REGION VI SUB REGIONAL At Great Bend BUTLER COUNTY 4 J CLOUD COUNTY 3 •"Cloud County 002 001 0 - 3 5 4 ," Butler County (001002- 4 6 1 *;' WP — Merrick (5-3). LP — Grimmett (5-6). ' HUTCHINSON 10, CLOUD COUNTY 4 Cloud County 2110000- 4 9 7 Hutchinson 102 070 0 - 10 9 4 WP — Sweeney (2-5). LP — Kelley (1-5). COLBY 6, PRATT 5 Pratt 010 013 0 - 5 6 2 , Colby 000 220 2 - 6 7 0 WP — Panas. LP — Axline. High school SALINA CENTRAL 13 LINCOLN, NEB. EAST 6 Salina Central 0043150 — 1316 3 . Lincoln Easl 000 231 0 — 6 10 3 . " • WP — Norris (1-2). LP — Wentz. 2B — SC: .'„ Barlow, Just; L£: Brown, Davis. HR — SC: Divll- v-jiss2;LE:Brown. ';" - RUSSELL 4, SE SALINE 1 ,*;SE Saline 001 000 0 - 1 5 4 i*t'Russell 200 Oil x - 4 6 4 • WP — Bernard. LP — White (2-2). 2B — ,'';.' SES: Thlel. HR — R: Suchy. SE SALINE 14, RUSSELL 5 • SE Saline 130 343 0 - 14 16 3 ' Russell 010 112 0 - 5 5 4 ,„ WP — Thiel (1-2). LP — Gilpin. 2B — SES: • • Harlan 2, Myers, Ty.Douglas; R: Hayward, • Bernard, Dinkel. 3B — SES: Tuzlcka. j., MANHATTAN 7, SALINA SOUTH 1 • '• Manhattan 201 130 0-7 5 1 «• Salina South 0000010-1 7 6 - WP-Carlin. LP - Hill (2-2). 2B-M:Oleen; ' S3: Stein. .' SALINA SOUTH 6, MANHATTAN 3 Manhattan 000 120 0-3 5 2 '"'' Salina South 004 101 x-6 13 Q WP - Porter (2-1). LP - Weigel. 28 - M: Oleen; SS: Porter. HR - M: Voos. HAYS 7, SALINA CENTRAL 1 Salina Central 010 000 0 — 1 7 2 • Hays 130 210 x — 711 1 ' WP — Schmeidler. LP — Norris (1-4). 2B — ' H: Dreher; SC: Wallace. 3B — H LaBarge. Basketball NBA playoffs ' f ' SECOND ROUND •;". (Bast-of-7) < > Thursday'! resulti Allanla 103. Chicago 95, series lied 1-1 *" LA Lakers 104, Utah 84. Utah leads series 2-1 . , Friday's reaulta Miami 88, New York 84, series tied 1-1 • ' Houston al Seattle, (n) ^ Saturday's game* ' ' Chicago at Atlanta. Noon c ' i Utah al LA Lakeis, 2:30 p.m. ,' NBA summaries •"' - HEAT 88, KNICKS 84 * ,, '• NEW YORK («4) ;' 2, Johnson 4-6 3-3 11, Oakley 4-10 4-5 12, Ew«•• log 6-20 56 17, Childs 6-1 1 3-4 16, Houston 6>- '" 14 6-7 19, Williams 2-7 0-3 4, Slarks 1-7 2-2 5. '.'•• Ward 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 29-77 23-30 «. 1'' UIAW(W) . / Mashbuin 2-4 t-l 6, Brown 0-3 1-2 1, Mourn. ing 8-14 fl 13 24, Hardaway 11-24 7-7 34, -"' •'- Lenard 1-5 0-0 2, Austin 3-8 2-2 8, Majerla 1-5 : ' 2-2 5, Crolty 2-6 3-3 8. Totals 2<M7 24-30 88. ;, ' New York 25 17 27 15 84 '. Ulaml 20 28 22 18—88 ' ••• 3-Point goals-New York 3-9 (Houston 1-2, ' Childs 1-3. Starks 1-4). Miami 8-16 (Haidaway • ' fi8, Mashbum t-t, Majoito 1-2, Clotty 1-2, Lpnard 0-3). Fouled out—Mourning Rebounds—New York 47 (Ewing 11). Miami 53 (Mourning 13) Assists—New York 16 (Childs 7). Miami 17 (Hardaway. Majerlc a) Total feu's—New York 24. Miami 22. Technicals— Oakley; New York illegal defenses 2; Brown: Miami Illegal defense. A—14.870 (15.200). THURSDAY'S GAME LAKERS 104, JAZZ 84 UTAH(M) Malone2-2011-1215. Russell2-11 2-27,Ostertag 0-31-21, Homacsk 9-14 7-7 26, Stockton 0-6 5-6 5. Foster 0-40-00, Eisley 0-10-00, Carr 2-7 0-0 4. Anderson 3-5 0-2 7. Morris 1-3.1-4 5, Keefe 1-2 3-4 5, Howard 3-4 3-4 9. Totals 23-80 35-43 84. LA LAKERS (104) Campbell 6-12 2-2 14, Horry 2-6 3-6 7, O'Neal 5-8 1-4 11, Jones 2-5 4-4 8, Van Exel 7-14 3-4 17, Knight 1-2 0-0 2, Rooks 2-4 4-4 8, Kersey 24 0-0 4. Scott 3-6 4-4 10. Bryant 3-7 13-14 19, Fisher 1-3 0-0 2, Blount 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 35-72 34-42 104. W»h 2f IS 23 25— 84 LA Lakert 29 20 23 32-104 3-Polnt goals—Utah 3-16, (Anderson 1-2, Hornacek 1-3. Russell 1-6. Eisley 0-1, Stockton 0-2, Morris 0-2). Los Angeles 0-12. (Jones 0-1. Scott 0-1, Fisher 0-1, Bryant 0-2, Horry 0-3. Van Exel 0-4). Fouled out—Eisley, Kersey. Rebounds- Utah 48 (Malone 10), Los Angeles 62 (O'Neal 10). Assists—Utah 18 (Stockton 8), Los Angeles 20 (Van Exel 5). Total fouls—Utah 33, Los Angeles 33. Technicals—los Angeles coach Harris; O'Neal, 2. Flagrant louls—Kersey, Bryant. Elections—O'Neal. A—17,505 (17,505). Softball State college NAIA GREAT PLAINS REGIONAL At Llndsborg CONCORDIA, NEB. 5 MINOT STATE, N.O. 41 (Mlnot State eliminated) Concordia 003 020 0 — 5 9 3 Minol Stale 000 200 2 — 4 6 0 WP — Evans. LP — McRitchle. BETHANY 8, SIOUX FALLS, S.D. 6 (Sioux Falls eliminated) Bethany 040 000 100 000 003 — 8 176 Sioux Falls 002 002 100 000 001 — 6 152 WP — Boden. LP — Ruesink. 2B — B: Dennis. Gill; SF: Ruesink. MARY, N.D. 2 NORTHWESTERN. IOWA 1 Winner's bracket final Northwestern Iowa 000 001 0 — 1 32 Mary 0000101—2 92 WP — Fuller. LP — Mason. 2B — Nl: Nelson; M: Aston. Tollelsrud. BETHANY 4, CONCORDIA, NEB. 3 Concordia eliminated Concordia 300 000 00 — 3 63 Bethany 12000001—4 80 WP — Gill. LP — Evans. 2B — C: Mangels. NORTHWESTERN IOWA 10 BETHANY 0 Loser's bracket final (Bethany eliminated) Northwestern Iowa 37000— 10 11 0 Bethany 000 00 — 0 62 WP — Muecke. LP — Gill. NORTHWESTERN IOWA 4 MARY, N.D. 1 First championship game Northwestern Iowa 1000003 — 4 91 Mary 1000000—1 50 WP — Mason. LP — Fuller. 2B — Nl: Nelson, Mason, Bergeson; M; Bulletts. 3B — Nelson. NORTHWESTERN IOWA 9 MARY, N.D. 7 Second championship game (Mary eliminated) Northwestern Iowa 010 005 3 — 9 10 0 Mary 102 103 x —7202 WP — Mason. LP — Fuller. 2B — Nl: Rain- bolh 2, VandenBosch, Vugteveen; M: Fuller, HR — Nl: VandenBosch; M: Aston. Junior college NJCAA REGION 6 TOURNAMENT At Hutchinson Sallna area results Johnson County 8, Brown Mackie 0 Brown Mackie 10, Kansas City Kansas 9 Pratt 8, Brown Mackie 2 (Brown Mackie eliminated) Cloud County 3, Kansas City Kansas 0 Johnson County 8, Cloud County 1 Cloud County 10, Independence 0 Coffeyville 3, Cloud County 2 (Cloud County eliminated) Colby 13, Highlands Cloud County 5, Coffeyville 2 Johnson County 4, Colby 1 High school SE SALINE 16, RUSSELL 0 Russell 000 00— 0 14 SE Saline 306 7x~16 13 0 WP - Troutfetter (7-4). LP - Finkbeiner. SE-SALINE 12, RUSSELL 2 Russell 110 00— 256 SE Saline 244 2x — 12 12 2 WP - Scanlan (3-2). LP - Finkbeiner. 2B - SE: Dupes, Chrisman. CANTON-GALVA 5, MARION 4 Canlon-Galva 020 200 1 — 5 71 Marlon 0012100 — 4 87 WP — Worden. LP — Unruh. 2B — CG: Anderson, Jones 2. 3B — M: Unruh, Vogelman. CANTON-GALVA 9, MARION 3 Canton-Galva 3130101—9112 Marlon 0030000—3 54 WP — Anderson. LP — Moore. 3B — CG: Anderson 2. frack ft field High school REGIONAL SITES All regional! Friday, May 23 CLASS 6A AT DERBY - Derby, Emporia, Junclion City. Manhattan, Topeka Washbum Rural, Wichita East. Wichita Heights, Wichita Southeast. AT OLATHE SOUTH - KC Washington, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Olathe South, Olathe North, Olatho Easl, Shawnes Heights, Topska High. AT SHAWNEE MISSION SOUTH - KC Harmon, BV Northwest, SM East, SM North, SM Northwest. SM Soulh, SM West, BV Slilwell. AT WICHITA NORTHWEST - Dodge City, Garden City, Hulchinson, Maize, Wichita North, Wichita Northwest. Wichita South, Wichita West. CLASS 5A AT BUHLER - Buhler, Wichita Campus. God- tterd, Liberal. Newton, Valley Center, Wellington, Wichita Carroll. AT EL DORADO - Andover. Arkansas City, Cotleyyille, El Dorado. Independence, Pittsburg. Wichita Kapaun. Winlield. AT BLUE VALLEY NORTH — Fort Scolt, KC Schlagle, KC Sumner, KC Turner, KC Wyan- dolte. BV North, St. Thomas Aquinas, SM Miege. AT SALINA CENTRAL - Great Bend, Hays, Topeka Highland Park, McPherson, Salina Central, Salina Soulh, Topeka Seaman Topeka West. CLASS 4A AT ANTHONY - Andalo, Augusta, Chaparral, Circle, Clearwater, Columbus. Fredoriia. Girard, Haven, Klngman, Labelte County, Mulvane, Neodesha, Parsons, Prall, Rose Hill. AT FORT HAYS STATE - Abilene, Beloit, Chapman, Colby, Concordia, Ellsworth, Goodland, Hugolon, Larned, Nickerson, Russell, Scott City, Smoky Valley, TMP-Marian, Ulysses. AT SABETHA - Alchison, Basohor-LJnwood, Clay Center, Hiawatha, Holton, Jell West, KC Piper, Lansing. Marysville, Maur Hill, Perry- Cecomplon, Sabetha, Santa Fe Trail, Tonganoxie, Topeka Hayden, Wamego. SITE TO BE DETERMINED - Baldwin, Bonner Springs, Burlington, Chanute, Council Grove, DeSoto, Gardner-Edgerton, Garnet!, lo- la, KC Ward, Prairie View, Louisburg, Osawatomie, Ottawa, Paola, Spring Hill. CLASS 3A AT HALSTEAD - Belle Plalne, Caney, Cheney, Cherryvale, Conway Springs, Douglass. Eureka, Halstead, Hussion, Hillsboro, Blueslem. Lyons, Marlon, Medicine Lodge, SUiriing. Wichita Collegiate. AT HOLCOMB - Cirnarron, Ellinwood, Hols- inglon. Holcomb, Hoxie, SW Heighls. Lakin, Leoti, Minneapolis, Norton, Oakley, Oberfin, Phillipsburg, St. John, Smith Center, Trego. AT ST. MARYS - Wabaunsoe, Belleville, Alchison County, Horton, McLoulh, Mission Valley, Ml. Si. Scholasiica. Neniaha Valley. Os- Today's schedule SATURDAY, MAY 10 BASEBALL Kansas City al NY Yankee?, 12:35 p.m. Sallna Central at Hays Tournament SOFTBALL Salina Central at Topeka West, 2 p.m. NJCAA Region 6 Tournament at Hutchlnson TENNIS Sallna Central & Sallna Soulh at Manhattan. 9 a.m. kaloosa, Pleasant Ridge, Riley County. Rock Creek, Royal Valley, St. Marys, Silver Lake. SE Saline. AT WELLSVILLE - Baxter Springs. Central Heights, Erie, Eudora. Galena. Humboldt, Immaculata, Jayhawk-LInn, Northern Heights, NE Arma. Osage City, Pomona, Riverton. SE Cherokee, Wollsville. Yates Center. CLASS 2A AT DODGE CITY - Bucklin, Dlghton. Elkharl, Garden Plain, Greensburg, Hulchinson Trlnrry, Stanton County, Kinsley, Lacrosse, Falrfield. Meade, Ness City. Otis-Bison, Spearvllle, Sublette, Syracuse, AT LINCOLN - Atwood, Canton-Galva, Ellis, Ell-Saline, Goessel, Hill City, Inman. Lincoln, Moundridge, Osbome, Plainville. Ouinler, St. Francis. Salina Sacred Heart, Stockton, Victoria. AT ONAGA - BV Randolph. Burlingame, Clifton-Clyde, Herlnglon, Jackson Heights. Jell North, Lyndon, Mankato, Onaga, Rossville, Troy, Valley Falls, Valley Heights, Washington, Wathena. AT WHITEWATER - Altoona Midway, Central Burden, Caldwell, Chase County, Berean Academy, Frontenac, West Elk, Marmalon Valley, Oxford, Peabody, Pitlsburg Colgan, Pleasanton, Remington, Sedgwick, Udall, Unlontown. CLASS1A AT EMPORIA STATE - Bunion. Cedar Vale. Centre. Chelopa. Crest, Dexter, Flinlhills, Gild- ley, Hamilton. Hartford, Hope, Central Christian. Lebo, LeRoy, Little River, Elk Valley, Madison. Marals des Cygnes, Kansas Deaf, Olpe, Oswego, St. Paul, South Haven. Thayer, Waverly, Wichita Independent, Williamsburg. AT MARYSVILLE - Atxoll, Baileyville. Bennington, Bom, Centralla, Downs, Elwood, Frankfort. Glasco, Hanover, Highland, Hillcresl, Jewell, Linn, Midway Denton, Millonvale, North Central, Pike Valley, SJ Beloit, SI. Xavler, Solomon, Tescott. Waconda Easl, Wakelield, Wetmore. White City, White Rock. AT FOHT HAYS STATE - Bazine. Brewsler, Cheylln, Claflin, Eastern Heights. Golden Plains, Grlnnell, Healy, Hemdon, Jennings, Kensington. Lenora, Logan, Lucas-Luray, Mortand, Naloma, Northern Valley, Palco, Ouivira Heights, Ransom, Sharon Springs, Sylvan, Tipton, Triplains, Ulica. Weskan, Wheatland, Wilson. AT DODGE CITY - Argonla, Ashland, Attica, Chase, Coldwater, Cunningham, Doerfield, Fowler, Hanston, Havlland, Ingalls. Jetmore, Lewis, Macksville, Minneola, Moscow, Norwich, Pawnee Heights, Pratt Skyline, Pretty Prairie, Prelection, Rolla. Satanla, South Barber, Soulh Gray, Stafford, Tribune. THOMPSON RELAYS At Lincoln BOYS Team scores Clifton-Clyde 111, Bennlngton 109, Tescott 97, Osbome 45, Ell-Saline 36, Tlplon 34, Hope 28, Solomon 23, Lincoln 20, Sallna Emmanuel Christian 20. Sylvan 12, SJ Military 11. Individual results 200m ddih — 1. Chance, Bennlngton, 23.53; 2. Stenfors, Bennlngton, 23.54; 3. LeClalr, Cltton-Clyde, 23.57. 3,200m run — 1. Martin, Ell-Saline, 11:03.64; 2. Seifer. Bennington, 11:13.00; 3. Houltberg, Emmanuel Christian, 11:26.64. 1,600m relay — 1. Bennington, 3:36.64; 2. Clifton-Clyde, 3:42.33; 3. Tescott, 3:48.30; 4. Emmanuel Christian, 3:48.80. Pote vault — 1. Knox, Clifton-Clyde, 12-0; 2. Cole, Bennlngton, 11-6; 3. Sweat. Osbome, 106. Shot put — 1. Hake, SJ Beloit, 55-10; 2. Kobbeman, Lincoln, 45-6'A; 3. Anderson, Clifton-Clyde, 42-9%. Triple jump — 1. Getting, Tescott, 40-1; 2. Brockmeler, Hope, 39-5'A; 3. Krone, Ell-Saline, 38-8%. Javelin — 1. Smith, Osborne, 167-10; 2. Gans, Bennlngton, 151-0; 3. Bechard, Clifton- Clyde. 147-0; 6. Peterson, Ell-Saline. 132-8'A. Long jump — t. Slenlors, Bennington, 20514; 2. Getting, Tescott, 19-10%; 3. Brock- meler, Hope, 19-10'/4; 4. Krone, Ell-Saline, 188%. 110m hurdles — 1. Celling, Tescott, 15.48; 2. Miller, Tescott, 16.16; 3. VanDoren, Tescott, 16.25. 3,200m relay — 1. Bennington, 8:40.65; 2. Tescott, 8:50.16; 3. Osbome, 9:01.70; 6. SJ Military, 10:12.17. High jump — 1. Miller. Tescott, 6-4; 2. Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde, 6-2; 3. Schriver, SJ Military, 5-8. 100m (tilth — 1. Montgomery, Solomon, 11.54; 2. Chance, Bennington, 11.57; 3. Budke, SJ Beloit, 11.58. 1,600m run — 1. Martin, Ell-Saline, 4:50.33; 2. Smith, Solomon, 5:07.43; 3. Daniels, Bennington, 5:09.16; 4. Houltberg, Emmanuel Christian, 5:14.02. 400m relay — 1. Clifton-Clyde, 45.38; 2. SJ Beloit, 46.31; 3. Tescott, 47.17; 5. Ell-Salino, 47.55. 400m d**h — 1. Chance, Bennlngton, 52.41; 2. Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde, 52.46; 3. Jackson, Emmanuel Christian, 54.96; 4. Valdez, SJ Military, 55.06. 300m hurdl«i — 1. Sleinbrock, Clifton-Clyde, 42.99; 2. Chevey, Clifton-Clyde, 43.30; 3. Dohl, Sylvan, 43.51. 800m run — 1. Gottl, Tescott, 2:10.16; 2. Daniels, Bennlngton, 2:10.86; 3. Schutlz. Osbome, 2:11.10; 5. Augustine, 2:12.93. GIRLS Team scores Clifton-Clyde 151, Ell-Saline 92, Osbomo 54, Tescott 50, SJ Beloll 41, Hope 33, Bennington 32, Tipton 31, Sylvan 20, Solomon 10, Salina Emmanuel Christian 8, Lincoln 5. Individual results 200m daih — 1. Bowman, Clifton-Clyde, 27.28; 2. Roadhouse, Osbome. 27.52; 3. Dohl, Sylvan, 27.76. 1,600m relay — 1. Ell-Saline, 4:24.42; 2. Clifton-Clyde. 4:26,96; 3. Osbome, 4:29.44. High Jump — i. Abrams, Tescott, 5-4; 2. Zachgo, Tiplon, 5-1; 3. Triana, Ell-Saline, 5-0. 3,200m run — 1. Issacson. Ell-Saline, 13:05.5; 2. Zamrzla, Sylvan, 13:11,43; 3. Kantack, Clifton-Clyde, 13:20,84. Long jump — 1. Jensen, Ell-Saline, 16-2'A; 2. Brown. SJ Beloit, 16-2V4; 3. Nelson, 15-7; 4. Hubbard, Emmanuel Christian, 14-11 'A. Triple jump — 1. Bowman, Clilton-Clyde, 338; 2. Jensen, Ell-Saline, 32-9; 3. Brown. SJ Beloit, 32-2 '/<; 5. Hubbard, Emmanuel Christian, 31-5'A. Shot put — 1. Bergstrom, Clifton-Clyde. 364*1; 2. Abrams. Tescott. 34-0; 3. McCarran, Clifton-Clyde, 33-7 >A. Javelin — 1. Griffin, Ell-Saline, 126-8; 2. Corwin. Osborne. 122-4; -3. Hindman, Osborne, 103-1. Dl»cu» — 1. Bergstrom. Clitton-Clyde, 101-4; 2. LeDuc, Clifton-Clyde, 100-0; 3. McCairen, Cliflon-Clyde, 89-11; 6. Griffin, Ell-Saline, 87-9. 100m hurdle* — 1. Knox, Clitton-Clyde, 16.81; 2. Burdlck, Clilton-Clyde, 16.91; 3. Rohrer, Hope, 17.09; 6. Muchow. Ell-Saline, 17.89. 800m relay — 1. Clilton-Clyde, 1:50,00; 2, Ell- Saline, 1:56.00; 3. SJ Beloit, 1:57.31. 1,600m run — 1. Isaacson, Ell-Sai'"5:46.72; 2. Welland, Bennlngton. 5:50.15; 3. Zamrzla, Sylvan, 6:00.28. 100n> daih — I. Charbonneau, Clifton-Clyde, 13.40; 2. Roadhouse, Osbome, 13.46; 3. Larson, Tescott, 13.49. 400m relay - 1. Dillon-Clyde, 51.94; 2. SJ Beloit, 53.57; 3. Tescott, 54.32; 5. Emmanuel Christian. 57.09; 6. Ell-Saline, 57.56. 400m daih — 1. Roadhouse, Osbome, 1;01.45; 2. LeDuc, Clifton-Clyde. 1:02.29; 3. White, Ell-Saline, 1:02.30. 300m hurdles — 1. Knox, Cliflon-Clyde, 49.04; 2. Corwin, Osbome, 50.66; 3. Nelson, Tescott, 52.31; 6. Muchow. Ell-Saline, 53.50. WOm run — 1. Isaacson, Ell-Saline. 2:34.84; 2. Gasper. Tipton, 2:37.29; 3. Rylf, Hope. 2:38.48. SALINA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Wichita Southeast 94, Salina Cenlial 92, Garden City 77, Wichita West 63, Hays 48, Hutchinson 42, Wichita North 41, Buhler 38, Salina Soulh 34. Wichita Soulh 26, Manhattan 19, Junction City 16. Groat Bond 11, Dodge City 9. Individual results Long |urap — 1. Newman, SC. 22-%; 2. Moore, HA, 21-11 '/4; 3. Haidyway, WW. 21 -8; 4. Atkins, GC. 20-irA; 5. Smith, WS. 20-2; 6. Hadley. H, 20-'/i. Javelin — 1, Allen, SS. 192-10; 2. Sills. GC, 189-10; 3, Bailey, GC, 171-0; 4. Meschlor. GC, 169-9; 5. Moiris, SS. 167-0; 6. Smith, WS, 1503. Shol put — 1. In/in, WW, 55-3 \'r, 2. Shaver, HA, 52-2; 3. Hinds, WN, 49-9; 4. Little, WSE. 49- 7'A; 5. Herl, HA, 44-9'A; 6. Norris, SS. 44-2";. DISCUS — 1. Irvln. WW, 149-1; 2. Herl, HA, 144-1; 3. Little, WSE, 138-9; 4. Lyles, GB, 1384; 5. Musedusky. WN, 135-4; 6. Donecker, GC, 133-10. High |ump — 1. Johnson, HU, 6-2; 2. Lightcap. B. 6-0; 3. Zefler, M, 6-0; 4. Harris. DC, 5-10: 5. McCoy, WSE. 5-10; 6. Hoffman. B, 5-10. Pole vault — 1. Chan. M. 13-6; 2. Mench. HU, 13-0: 3. Ryan. GC. 12-6; 4. Pugh, WSE, 11 -6; 5. Sutherland. WSE, 11-0; 6. Johnson. HU, 10-6. Triple lump — 1. Hardyway, WW, 44-8; 2. Ky- ki, WS, 43-3Vi; 3. Johnson, HU, 42-5; 4. Shack- ellord. WW, 41-8; 5. Smith. WS, 41-3; 6. Finch. WN, 40-11 v,. 3,200m relay — 1. Salina Central. 8:00.49; 2. Buhler, B:03.27; 3. Hutchinson, 8:14.50; 4. Wichita South, 8:18.53; 5. Junction City, 8:20.93; 6. Great Bond, 8:29.63. 110m hurdles — 1. Kim, GC, 15.51; 2. Finch. WN, 15.53; 3. Quint, GC, 15.67; 4. Chaves, JC. 15.70; 5. Holt, WW. 16.51; 6. Grosser, JC. 17.35. 1,600m run — 1. Schepis, WSE, 4:32.39; 2. Johnson, GC, 4:35.47; 3. Wahlgren, SS. 4:37.69; 4. Sullivan, GB, 4:42.28; 5. Deeds, HA, 4:42.56; 6. Ross. WSE, 4:43.68. 100m daih — 1. Ponds, WSE, 10.59; 2. Green, SC, 10.82; 3. Newman, SC, 10.98; 4. 0'Oulnn, WW, 11.23; 5. Moore, HA, 11.25; 6. Haworth, HA. 11.37. 4uOm relay — 1. Wichitu Southeast. 42.21; 2. Salina Central. 42.47; 3. Salina South, 43.66: 4. Hays, 44.06; 5. Junction City, 45.00; 6. Garden City, 45.02. 400m daih — 1. Powell. WSE, 48.87; 2. Larson, SC, 49.93; 3. Allen. WS, 51.09; 4.Mlller. B. 51.18; 5. Schwab, SC, 51.21; 6. McQueen, WSE, 51.64. 300m hurdlea — 1. Finch, WN. 41.04; 2. Kim. GC, 42.44; 3. Henry, WW, 42.80; 4. Holt. WW. 43.52; 5. Orem, B. 43.53; 6. Stanley, DC, 43.59. 800m run — 1. Hampton. WN. 2:00.24; 2. Egan, SC, 2:00.65; 3, Schepis, WSE, 2:01.70; 4. Young, SC, 2:02.21; 5. Augustine, HA, 2:02.38; 6. Stlgge, M. 2:02.54. 200m daih — 1. Ponds. WSE. 21.69; 2. Green, SC, 22.16; 3. Newman. SC, 22.65; 4. Powell, WSE, 22.71; 5, Larson, SC, 23.05; 6. Haworth. HA, 23.18. 3,200m run — 1. Menelee, B. 9:19.34; 2. Johnson, GC, 9:45.31; 3. Combs, WW, 9:58.04; 4. Jarvis, HU. 10:05.81; 5. Roderick. GC. 10:06.04; 6. Parker, DC, 10:06,98, 1,600m relay — 1. Salina Central, 3:24.79; 2. Wichita Southeast, 3:25.27; 3. Salina South, 3:27.42; 4. Hutchinson. 3:29.71; 5. Junction City, 3:30.44; 6. Buhler. 3:30.84. GIRLS Team scores Manhattan 81, Sallna Central 52'A. Wichita North 48, Garden City 47V4, GreatBend 46, Wichita Southeast 45%, Dodge City 41 Va. Salina South 41. Buhler 38, Hulchinson 38, Wichita West 32, Hays 26, Junction City 21. Wichita Soulh 20'A. Individual results Long lump — 1. Wynne, WSE, 17-3V.; 2. Simmons, WN, 16-10; 3. Linke, WS, 16-9W; 4. Walsten, M 16-8Y4; 5. Schmidt. M, 16-3'A; 6. Frost, SC, 16-3. Javelin — 1. Konarek, GB, 126-3; 2. Robinson, HA, 110-3; 3. Paschal, WSE, 108-7;4. Durlee, 105-11; 5. Powell, SC, 103-4; 6. Zohn, GB, 100-8. Shot put — 1. Green, WW, 41-6 1/4; 2. Stadel. SS, 39-8; 3. Pray, WS, 37-6%; 4. Dumler, DC, 34-11'/i; 5. Zahn, GB, 33-7'A; 6. Dur- lee.SS. 33-314. Dlicui — 1. Green, WW. 1460; 2. Collins. GC, 133-6; 3. Tiffany, GC, 126-11; 4. Pray, WS, 119-0; 5. Hoover. M, 117-7; 6. Powell, SC, 1066. High Jump — 1. Bamum, GC, 5-4; 2. Robinson, HA, 5-4; 3. Walsten, M, 5-2; 4. Schraeder, B, 5-0; 5, Davis, WS, 4-10; 6. Roach. WSE, 410. Triple jump — 1. Simmons, WN, 36-0; 2. Jones, SC, 35-10'/<; 3. Herrman, SC, 34-6 'A; 4. Kimball, M, 33-9'A; 5. Gier. B, 33-2; 6. Robinson, HA, 32-11'A. 3,200m relay — 1. Dodge City. 10:27.74; 2. Manhattan, 10:34.80; 3. Garden City, 10:36.33; 4. Sallna Central, 10:40.20; 5. Wichita Southeast, 11:02.37; 6. Wichita South, 11:07.94. 100m hurdles — 1. McGee, WN, 14.92; 2. Pyle, DC, 15.56; 3. Hughes, HU, 16.06; 4.Jensen, HA; 5. Chronister, SS; 6. Baker, BU. 1,600m run — I. Williams, SC, 5:30.05; 2. Hedman, M, 5:34.40; 3. Pratt, SS, 5:36.83; 4. Matthews, GC, 5:37.82; 5. Warner, GB, 5:38.56; 6. Watson, WSE, 5:43.07. 100m daih — 1. Blake, M. 12.34; 2. McClendon, JC. 12.53; 3. McGee, WN, 12.56; 4.Smith, WW, 12.75; 5. Butler, GB, 12.83; 6. Spoon, HU, 12.92. 400m relay — 1. Wichita North. 50.62; 2. Wichita Southeast. 50.94; 3. Salina Central, 51.31; 4. Great Bend. 51.48; 5. Junction City, 51.53; 6. Garden City, 51.50. 400m dash — 1. Blake, M. 59.66; 2. Mans, B, 1:00.87; 3. Wynne, WSE, 1:00.93; 4. Frost, SC, 1:02.21; 5. Baker, SS, 1:02.95; 6. Munuz, GC, 1:03.46. 300m hurdles — 1. Pyle. DC, 43.82; 2. Moore, GB, 48.54; 3. Chronister, SS, 48.64; 4. Olson, HU. 49.39; 5. Kimball, M, 49.57; 6. McGee. WN, 49.77. 800m run — 1. Pelerman, HU, 2:26.01; 2. Butler, B, 2:27.10; 3. Williams. SC, 2:29.73; 4. Pratt, SS, 2:30.10; 5. Baxa, SS, 2:30.88; 6. Braylon,WN,2:31.16. 200m daih — 1. Blake, M, 25.85; 2. Spoon, HU, 26.39; 3. McClendon, JC, 26.79; 4.Figures, WW. 26 95; 5. Johnson. GC, 26.97; 6. Smith, WW. 27.12. 3,200m run — 1. Warner, GB, 12:12.69; 2. Watson. WSE. 12:14.25; 3. Robinson, DC,12:18.00; 4. Olsen, M, 12:26.95; 5. Matthews, GC, 12:27.57; 6. Morris, DC, 12:46.09. 1,600m relay — 1. Buhler, 4:12.10; 2. Hutchinson. 4:14.28; 3. Manhattan, 4:15.69; 4. Junction City, 4:16.74; 5. Hays, 4:16.81; 6. Garden City, 4:17.87. Tennis High school ELLSWORTH QUADRANGULAR Team acores Ellsworth red 22, Chapman 21, Ellsworth black 15, Holslnglon2. Single* No. 1 — I. Reynolds, E, 3-0; 2. Whaley, C, 21; 3. Sneath. E, 1-2; 4. Meitner. H, 0-3. No. ^ — 1. Pieper, C, 3-0; 2. Kepka. E, 2-1; 3. Ney, H, 12; 4, Robl, E, 0-3. Doubles No. 1 — 1. Thompson-Gwinner, E, 3-0; 2. Thomas-Paden, E, 2-1; 3. Biooks-Holloway, C, 1-2; 4. Piland-Green. H, 0-3. No. 2—1. Pfannenstiel-Deeds. C, 3-0; 2. Allmon-Lloyd, E, 2-1; 3. Hand-Panzer, E, 1-2; 4. Rubio Lindholm, H. 03. Auto pacing NASCAR lineup TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) — Lineup lor Salur- day's rain-delayed Winston 500 at Talladega Su- perspeedway, wilh car number In parentheses, driver, hometown, make ol car (Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Ford Thunderblrd or Pontiac Grand Prix) and speed in mph: 1. (98) John Andrelti, Indianapolis, Fold, 193.627. 2. (77) Bobby Hillin Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford, 193.271. 3. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet. 192.699. 4. (2) Rusty Wallace, SI. Louis, Mo., Ford, 192.397. 5. (31) Mike Skinner, Susanville, Calil., Chevrolet, 192.343. 6. (33) Ken Schrader. Fenton, Mo., Chevrolel, 192 293. 7. (28) Emio Irvan. Salinas, Calil., Ford, 192.023. B. (18) Bobby Labonte. Corpus Christi, Texas, Pontiac, 191.704. 9. (88) Dale Jarrell, Hickory, N.C., Ford, 191.574. 10. (94) Bill Elliott, Uawsunviilu, Ga.. Fold. 191.489. 11. (24) JeH Gordon. Piltsboro, Ind., Chevrolet, 191.302. 12. (36) Derrike Cope. Spanaway. Wash. Ponliac. 191.260. 13 (20) Giog Sacks, Matliluck, N.Y., Fgid, 191.104. 14. (9) L-ikr? Spp"d, Jackson, Miss.. Ford, 191.058. 15 (75) Rtek Mast. Rockbrirtg<> Baths. Va.. Ford. 190.924. 16. (4) Sterling Merlin, Columbia, Tenn . Chevrolet. 190.810 17. (30) Johnny Benson Jr.. Grand Raplfls. Mich, Pontiac, 190.692. 18. (6) Mark Martin. Balesville, Ark.. Ford, 190,291. 19. (7) Geolt Bodine, Chemung. N.Y.. Ford, 190.257. 20. (23) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford. 190,181. 21. (44) Kyle Petty, Randleman. N C., Ponliac, 189898. 22. (29) Robert Pressley, Asheville. N.C.. Chevrolet, 189.819. 23. (8) Hut Slrlcklln, Calera, Ala.. Ford. 189.767. 24. (41) Steve Grissom. Gadsden. Ala., Chevrolet. 189.665. 25. (22) Ward Burton, South Boston. Va , Pon- liac. 189.451. 26. (90) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.. Ford, 189.410. 27. (46) Wally Dallenbach Jr.. Basalt. Colo,. Chevrolet. 189.309. 28. (21) Michael Waltrip. Owensboro, Ky., Ford. 1B9.238. 29. (10) Ricky Rudd. Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 189.178. 30. (81) Kenny Wallace. SI. Louis, Mo.. Ford. 189.148. 31. (11) Brell Bodine. Chemung. N.Y., Ford, 189.141. 32. (40) x-Joe Nemechek, Orange, Calil.. Chevrolet, 189.0BB. 33. (25) Ricky Craven. Newburgh. Maine, Chevrolet. 189.077. 34. (90) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 189.036. 35. (43) Bobby Hamilton. Nashville. Tenn., Ponliac, 188.980. 36. (5) Terry Lsbonte, Corpus Chrisli, Texas, Chevrolet, 188.947. 37. (71) Dave Marcls, Wausau, Wis., Chevro- lel, 188.768. 38. (16) Ted Musgrave. Franklin. Wis.. Ford. 188.656. 39. (99) y-Jell Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford, provisional. 40. (37) Jeremy Maylield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, provisional. 41. (1) Morgan Shepherd, Conover. N.C., Pontiac, provisional. 42. (97) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Pontiac. provisional. 43. (17) Darrell Waltrip, Owonsboro, Ky., Chevrolet, provisional. * x-starting lor Robby Gordon In 42nd position, y-will start 43rd because of roof (lap violation. Indy 500 order INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The qualifying order lor Ihe start ol lime trials lor the May 25 Indianapolis 500 with driver, hometown or country, car number, chassis-engine, and best speed in mph achieved in Ihe car this month; (Note; All cars and drivers In order are guaranteed at least one opportunity to compete lor the pole it they are ready to make a run when their turn comes up:) (rrookle): 1. Mike Graff, Pasadena. Calif., No. 10, G Force-lnlinili. 209.585. 2. No driver listed, No. 50, Dallara-Aurora, 178.243. 3. r-Kenny Brack, Sweden, No. 4T, G Force- Aurora, 211.466. 4. r-Jeff Ward, Scotland, No. 52, G Force-Aurora. 209.404. 5. r-Kenny Brack, Sweden, No. 4, G Force-A,u- rora, 212.821. 6. r-Jack Miller, Carmel, Ind., No. 40, Dallara- Inlinili, 208.169. 7. r-Allonso Glallone, Brazil, No. 17. Da'lara- Aurora, 215.162. 8. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Capistrano, Calif., No. 21 T, Da/lara-lnfinitl, 210.664. 9. r- Steve Kinser, Bloominglon, Ind., No. 44, Dallara-Aurora, 206.536. 10. Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. 91, Dallara- Inlinili, 214.128. 11. Robby Gordon, Cornelius, N.C., No. 42, G Force-Aurora, 215.993. 12. Robbie Buhl, Grosse Pointe, Mich., No. 3, G Force-Aurora, 216.899. 13. r-Sam Schmidt, Las Vegas, No. 16, Dallara-Aurora, 211.129. 14. r-Vincenzo Sospiri, Italy, No. 8, Dallara-Aurora, 213.498, 15. Eddie Cheever, Tampa, Fla., No. 51, G Force-Aurora, 212.665 16. Jim Guthrie, Albuquerque, N.M., No. 27, Dallara-Aurora, 216.076. 17. Alessandro Zampedrt, Italy, No. 34, Dallara-Aurora, 211.367. 18. r-Robble Grofl, Atlanta, No. 30, G Force- Aurora, 210.679. 19. r-Greg Ray, Piano, Texas, No. 97, Dallara- Aurora. 205.255. 20. Arie Luyendyk, Netherlands, No. 5, G Force-Aurora, 220,297. 21. Slephan Gregoire, France, No. 77. G Force-Aurora, 213.326. 22. Marco Greco, Brazil, No. 22. Dallara-Aurora, 209.293. 23. Fermin Velej, Spain. No. 33, Dallara-Aurora, 215.760. 24. Buzz Calkins, Denver, No. 12, G Force-Aurora, 213.792. 25. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Capistrano, Calil., No. 21, Dallara-lnliniti, 204.341. 26. Scolt Goodyear, Canada, No. 6. G Force- Aurora, 214.123. 27. Eliseo Salazar, Chile, No. 7, Dallara-Aurora, 214.690. 28. Davey Hamilton, Boise, Idaho, No. 14, G Force-Aurora, 215.853. 29. Robbie Buhl. Grosse Poinle, Mich., No. 3T, G Force-Aurora, 215.708. 30. No driver listed, No. 51T, G-Force-Aurora, 205.780. 31. Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. 91T, Dallara- Infinili, 209.590. 32. Tony Stewart, Indianapolis, No. 2, G Force-Aurora, 217.355. 33. Lyn St. James, Daylona Beach, Fla., No. 90. Dallara-lnlinili, 212.565. 34. Tony Stewart, Indianapolis, No. 2T, G Force-Aurora, 215.822. 35. Mike Grofl, Pasadena, Calif., No. 10T, G Force-lnlinili, 204.685. Golf PGA scores DULUTH. Ga. (AP) — Scores Friday alter the second round ol the $1.5 million BellSouth Classic, played at the 7,259-yard, par-72 TPC al Sugailoal: David Duval 66-66—132 Nick Price 66-67—133 DonPooley 64-70—134 Charlie Ftymer 69-67—136 Greg Noiman 70-67—137 David Toms 69-68—137 Mark Calcavecchla 70-68—138 Dudley Hart 69-69—138 BillGlasson 69-70—139 Tom Pernice Jr. 70-69—139 LeeJanzen 69-70—139 Jay Haas 68-71—139 Scolt McCarron 70-69—139 Donnle Hammond 66-73-'139 Scolt Dunlap 67-72—139 Craig Bowden 69-70-139 Marco Dawson 69-71—140 Robert Gamez 72-68—140 Keith Fergus 71-69—140 Steve Pale 71-69—140 Scoll Gump 69-71—140 BobTway 72-68—140 Glen Day 69-72—141 Nolan Henke 70-71—141 Payne Stewart 75-66—141 Fred Funk 71-70—141 Larry Nelson 70-71—141 Seniors scores CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Top 10 scores Friday alter the lirsl round ol the Seniois $900,000 Home Depot Invitational, on the par-72 (36-36), 6,774-yard TPC at Piper Glen: John D. Morgan 32-34-66 Will Sowles 33-35-^6 Jim Dent 33-35-68 DeWill Weaver 34-34-68 Lany Gilbert 32-36—66 Don Bies 34-34-68 Tony Jacklin 33-35—68 Bob Duval 35-34-69 Butch Bard 34-35-69 Deane Beman 35-34-69 LPGA scores NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Top 10 scores Friday after trie lust round of the $675,000 Sara Lee Classic, played on the 6,312-yards. par 3636 -72 Heritage Goll Couise: Halen Allrodsson 32-34-66 Nancy Harvey 3334-67 PalHuist 35-33-«8 Tins Tombs 36-33-69 Michelle McGann 33-36-69 Jenny Lidback 34-35—69 LauielKean 3534-69 Penny Hatnmcl 34-35-69 Julio Pinrs 35-34—69 Jan Stephenson 35-35—70 High school COLBY INVITATIONAL Team scores Colby 334. Otwrlin 335. Atwood 339, Oakley 350, Norton 351, Scotl City 352. Colby JV 354, Hoxie 357, Goodland 388, Hays 394. Individual medalist! 1. Vollersten, Oberlln. 71; 2. (lie) Rohn. Colby; Bowles, Alwood * Smiley. Norton. 79; 5. (tie) Aten, Oberlin 8 Lampe, Colby, 60; 7. (He) Pope, Hoxie S Woody, Atwood, 82; 9. Poe, Oakley. 84: 10. VanEaton, Oakley. 85. CLAFLIN INVITATIONAL Team scores Sacred Heart 280, Ness City 301, Bunion 346. Ouivira Heights 351, Clallin 389. Hulchinson Trinity 465. Individual medalists 1. Mergen, Sacred Heart. 67; 2. Frazier, Sacred Heart, 67; 3. Base, Ness City. 71; 4. Prick- ell. Sacred Heart, 73; 5. Evel. Sacred Heart, 73; 6. Booze, Ness City, 74; 7. Keenan, Ness City, 77; 8. Dexter, Ness City, 79; 9. Compagnone, Sacred Heart, 81; 10. Sakavec. Ness City, 82. Other Sacred Heart scores Brungardt, 106, ELLSWORTH INVITATIONAL Team scores Ellsworth 303, Ellinwood 317, TMP-Marfan 332, Belleville 333, Lyons 355. Kingman 361, SJ Military 381, Beloit 389, Minneapolis 402, Russell 408. Individual results 1. Peschka. Ellsworth. 70; 2. Kadel. Lyons, 71; 3. Kohls, Ellsworth, 74; 4. Maddux, Ellsworth, 75; 5. B.Milchum, Ellinwood, 75; 6. Couture. Belleville, 78; 7. J.Mitchum. Ellinwood, 79; 8. Dean, TMP-Marian, 79; 9. Childs. Belleville, 80; 10. Long, Ellinwood, 60. General State college KCAC ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE Bethany David Bard, jr., football, basketball; Bryco Beckett, sr., foolball; Holly Bimey, so., women's basketball: Justin Bratt, sr., football; Andrei Campelo, sr., men's soccer; Trevor Charval, so., men's basketball; Christian Clark, so., goll; Bill Cornell, |r., loolball; Remington, DeGarmo, sr.. football; Jana Eilert, sr., women's basketball; Travis Engle, jr.. goll; Amber Garetson, sr., women's basketball; Julia Gregory, jr., women's basketball; Kevin Hay, jr., golf. Shamryn Holzwarth, |r.. women's basketball; Kris Hughes, so., men's basketball; Kori Johnson, so., women's tennis; Diane Keefover, sr., women's cross country; Julie Lager, sr., women's basketball; Lance Lambert, sr., men's soccer; Mike Lipnlck, sr., men's soccer; Matt Mandsager, sr., baseball; Heather McFarland, jr., women's soccer; Van Mortensen. sr.. fool- ball; Andre Nelson, jr., men's tennis; Jeremy Nelson, sr., men's tennis; Jeremy Patterson, jr., loolball. Darlene Peterson, sr., women's cross country; Eric Poplin, so., baseball; Sara Porter, sr., volleyball; Chrissy Racek. so., women's basketball; Bobby Richardson, so., baseball; Brad flober- son, sr., baseball; Erick Shupe, so., men's basketball; Kristin Slmoneau, jr., volleyball, sottball; Amy Stuarc, sr., women's basketball; Erin Terry, so., women's tennis; Karen Thode, sr., women's soccer; Jamey Thomas-Gray, sr., women's cross country; Jeremy Thomas, jr., football; Elizabelh Thompkins, jr., volleyball; Mark Wiles, sr., football. Friends (Sallna area athletes) Jerry Anderson, so., men's basketball; Nicole Eitzmann, sr., women's basketball; Heath Helley, so., football. Kansas Wesleyan Michael Bell, so., men's basketball, golf; Chris Blanchard, so., men's track; Jamey Brannon, so., Softball; Ray Burke, sr., loolball: Brad Carney, so., men's soccer Lance Dible, so., men's basketball; Marsha Emmotl, jr., women's track, volleyball; Rebekah Erickson, jr., women's track, cross country; Seth Erickson, so., baseball; Dennis Gent, jr., lootball; Toby Harbin, sr., women's soccer; John Hendrick, so., men's soccer; Trevis Ickler, jr., lootball; Marta Klein, sr., women's basketball. Sarah Knopf, jr., women's track, soccer; Amy Koenlg, so., volleyball, women's basketball; Lance Llppold, so., football; Marshall Lloyd, so., men's basketball; Lucas McDonald, so., football; Kasey Roberts, jr., women's track, cross country, basketball; Kristy Still, so., women's basketball; Jennifer Storms, so., women's soccer, basketball; Holly Sudbiook. jr., sottball; Jason Szy- ba, so., men's cross country, soccer; Jon Terpening, jr., golf; Trlsha Theer, so., women's track, cross country; Lisa Tripp, so., volleyball. McPherson Jenny Amiot, so., women's tennis; Tim Arm- brusler, jr., football; Mark Boyer, sr., men's tennis; Jayme Brown, jr., volleyball; Danny Brubaker, sr., lootball; Lori Fleming, so., women's tennis; Josh Hotflinger, jr., men's tennis; Joey House, jr., men's tennis; Kerry Kobbeman, jr., women's basketball, volleyball; Chris Kunz, sr., lootball Amy Ross, jr., women's basketball, volleyball; Stacl Shoemaker, sr., women's basketball; Amber Spillum, jr., women's basketball, volleyball; Shane Sundahl, jr., men's basketball; Marie Vacura, so., volleyball; Erik Vogel, jr., men's basketball; James Warren, sr., golf; Jennifer Williams, sr., volleyball; Ryan Wenzel, jr., men's basketball; Trisha Young, sr., volleyball. Southwestern (Sallna area athletes) Matt Blehler, sr., football; Jon Cunningham, so., men's track; Rhonda Gaschler, jr., volleyball, women's basketball; Tiffany Granzow, jr., women's track. Tabor Bryan Banz, sr., men's soccer; Matt Behnke, so., men's basketball; Jennifer Fast, sr., volleyball; Eric Flamming, so., men's soccer; Andrea Friesen, sr., Softball; Shane Harden, so., loot- ball; Greg Helnrlchs, so., men's basketball; Taryn Jost, jr., women's basketball; Stephen Klassen, jr., men's cross country, track; Haley Kusch, so., women's soccer; Nikke Undsley, so., women's track, volleyball; Lyn Loewen, so,, volleyball, Softball; Randy Nightengale, sr., football; Deodra Pyle, sr., women's basketball; Tonya Raugust, so., women's soccer. Chandra Regier, Jr., volleyball; Jennifer Rlggenbach, so., women's soccer, Softball; Josh Sauerwein. so., goll; Travis Schmidt, so., baseball; Jana Schroeder, jr., women's track; Matt Scott, jr., men's basketball; Jodi Selbel, so., men's tennis; Joel Soo Hoo, so., men's cross country, track; Shawna Thiessen, sr., women's soccer; Bryce Wichert, sr., men's basketball; Mirian Winslow. so., women's soccer, sottball; Michael Wolfe, so., men's cross country, track. Transactions BASEBALL National League PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Placed LHP Matt Beech on the 15-day disabled list. Activated RHP Ken Ryan lioni the 15-day disabled list. SAN DIEGO PADRES-Placed OF Rkikey Henderson and OF Phil Planter on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled OF Tiey Beamon from Las Vegas ol the PCL. Activated RHP Dario Velas lioin the 15-day disabled list. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Fired Ed Badger and Bob Ociepka, assistant coaches. FOOTBALL National Football League KANSAS CITY CHIEFS-Released DB Mark Collins. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS-Released LB Chiis Cowarl and OB John Hebgen. WASHINGTON REDSKINS-Agieed to terms with LB Twan Russell and OT Darryl Ashrnore. COLLEGE CAL ST.-FULLERTON—Named Denise Cuny women's basketball coach. DUBUQUE—Named Michael Elbe men's basketball coach and Lisa Parsons women's basketball coach. ELON—Named Mike Kennedy baseball coach. GEORGIA TECH—Announced the retirement uf Homer Rice, athletic director. IOWA—Anrtourwed the rellrerneril of Duane Banks, baseball coach. MORNINGSIDE—Named Ron Dardis Softball coach. NORTHEASTERN—Named Ian McCaw athletic director. PITTSBURGH ST.-Namsd Larry Cowan interim athletic director and announced he will relinquish duties as coach ol the men's basketball team. RADFORO—Announced the addition ol men's and women's Indoor and outdoor track as a Div. I varsity sport, eltecuve Sept. 1997. WASHINGTON. MO.—Named Joe Clarke soccer coach. SPORTSLD|GEST Auto racing LOUDON, N.H. — For the third time in 12 races this year, qualifying for the NASCAR Busch Series was canceled Friday due to inclement weather. But the fifth cancellation or postponement this year — this one to set the field for the running today of the United States Cellular 200 — didn't bother reigning series champion Randy LaJoie a bit. "It seems like the rain has been following us from race to race," he said. "We got rained out at Richmond and Hickory, and I did very well both times. So I'm not going to complain too much."Hopefully we can get this race in over the weekend." LaJoie will start his Chevrolet from the pole based on his current owner point standings. Todd Bodine will start his Pontiac on the outside of row t. Basketball ATHENS, Ga. — Tubby Smith, still the Georgia coach for now, met with his players Friday and told them he hasn't decided whether to accept an offer from Kentucky. Kentucky officials, however, scheduled a news conference Monday to introduce a new coach. Despite all indications that Smith is set to leave, the Georgia players held out scant hope he might turn down the chance to replace Rick Pitino at one of the nation's most prominent basketball programs. Several media reports have said a deal already has been reached, but Smith did not share that information with his Georgia players on Friday. Some wondered if he was torn about leaving when the Bulldogs have everyone returning from a team that set a school record with 24 victories last season. Boxing LAS VEGAS — Rumors that Mike Tyson wasn't training and that his once-postponed bout with Evander Holyfield was in jeopardy prompted a visit to Tyson's training camp by a top Nevada boxing official. After watching Tyson train for about an hour, Nevada Athletic Commission executive director Marc Ratner said he was satisfied the June 28 fight was going ahead as scheduled. "For the last 10 days, every other phone call is another rumor about the fight," Ratner said Friday "We as a commission just wanted to put the fears to rest about this fight." Ratner asked the Tyson camp if he could watch the former heavyweight champion work out this week at the Golden Gloves Gym. Tyson recently resumed training after a cut by his left eye forced the postponement of the bout, originally scheduled for May 3. He watched for about an hour as Tyson worked on the heavy bag, the speed bag and did some other exercises. Football SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers signed free-agent wide receiver/kick returner Eric Metcalf to a one-year contract, the team said. Metcalf, 29, spent the past two seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. He started 11 of 16 games last year and was third in the NFL with 1,937 all-purpose yards. The 5-foot-10,188-pound Metcalf caught 54 passes for 599 yards and six touchdowns last season and also returned 49 kickoffs for 1,034 yards and 27 punts for 296 yards. Golf GARDEN PARK, England — Three-time British Open champion Jack Nicklaus said his performance over the next several weeks will determine if he plays in this year's event at Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland. Nicklaus said he likely would make a decision after the U.S. Open, scheduled for June 12-15 at The Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. The 57- year-old Nicklaus, who has won 18 majors in his illustrious career and has played in a record 141 consecutive majors, cited his recent poor play as the reason for his indecision. The British Open is scheduled for July 17-20. Hockey NEW YORK — The NHL's expansion committee met for four hours Friday without reaching any decisions on applications from six cities seeking franchises. Atlanta; St. Paul, Minn.; Oklahoma City; Columbus, Ohio; Houston and Nashville, Tenn., had hoped for some word after commissioner Gary Bettman and a number of owners toured the cities last month. The expansion committee currently intends to meet again on June 4 to further consider the applications," General OVERLAND PARK — The National Collegiate Athletic Association is scheduled to disclose May 31 whether it's moving its headquarters to Kansas City, Missouri, or Indianapolis. Although the NCAA has been in Overland Park, Kansas, since 1951, its lease expires in 2000. Kansas City has offered the NCAA about $40 million to move its headquarters between 10-15 miles from Overland Park, Kansas, the Kansas City Star reported. Indianapolis hasn't said what it's offered the . NCAA to move to Indiana. The NCAA has 250 employees and it estimates that college officials coming in for meetings spend $2.5 million a year. CHICAGO — Golfer Tiger Woods edged basketball superstar Michael Jordan in a poll asking corporate executives to pick the athlete they would want to endorse their products. Chicago- based Burns Celebrity Service Inc. polled 300,px- ecutives and received 100 responses in the survey. Woods got 28 votes, Jordan 27. Although Woods' popularity has increased dramatically since his record-setting victory April 13 in the Masters Tournament, the company doing the, polling said it received only 20 percent of ballots after the tournament. 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