The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 11, 1997 · Page 38
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 38

Publication:
Location:
Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Sunday, May 11, 1997
Page:
Page 38
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PB SUNDAY. MAY 11, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION AUTO RACING 7:15 a.m. — Formula One Auto Racing, Grand Prix ol Monaco, ESPN2. cable 39. 12:30 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, time trials tor Indianapolis 500, ABC. cable 9.10 1:30 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, lime trials for Indianapolis 500, ESPN2. cable~39. 4 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, lime trials for Indianapolis 500. ESPN, cable 38. BASEBALL 12:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Kansas City at NY Yankees, FSN, cable 55. 12:30 p.m. — Ma|or League Baseball, Atlanta at Pittsburgh, WTBS, cable 15. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Toronto at Minnesota. ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 11:30 a.m. — NBA Playoffs. Miami al New York. NBC, cable 3.13. 2 p.m. — NBA Playoffs. Houston at Seattle, NBC, cables, 13. 4:30 p.m. — NBA Playofls, Chicago at Atlanta. NBC, cable 3,13. GOLF 1:30 p.m. — Senior PGA Goll, World Seniors Invitational, ESPN, cable 38. 2 p.m. — PGA Golf, BellSouth Classic, CBS. cable 5.12. HOCKEY 1 p.m. — NHL Playofls. NY Rangers al New Jersey or Philadelphia al Buffalo, FOX, cable 4. 7. 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playofls, Edmonton at Colorado, ESPN2, cable 39. SOCCER 2 p.m. — Major League Soccer, NY-NJ at Columbus, Univision. cable 58. VOLLEYBALL 4 p.m. — Pro Beach Volleyball. Evian Tour Cybergenics Open. ABC, cable 9,10. RADIO BASEBALL 12:10 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Kansas City at NY Yankees, KSAL, 1150-AM. Basketball NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Beit-ol-7) Friday, May 9 Miami 88, New York 84, series tied 1-1 Houston 97, Seattle 93, Houston leads series 2-1 Saturday, May 10 Chicago 100, Atlanta 80, Chicago leads series 2-1 Utah 110, L.A. Lakers 95, Utah leads series 31 Sunday, May 11 Miami at New York, 11:30 a.m. Houston at Seattle, 2 p.m. Chicago at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. BULLS 100, HAWKS BO CHICAGO (100) Pippen 8-20 1-217, Caffey 5-8 0-0 10, Longley 2-2 1-6 5, Jordan 8-20 5-521, Harper 3-6 22 10, Kukoo 6-12 2-2 16, Rodman 1-1 0-0 2, Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Williams 7-11 0-1 14, Kerr 2-6 0-0 5, Buechler 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 42-89 11-18 100. ATLANTA (80) Corbln 4-8 0-0 9, Laettner 3-11 7-7 13, Mu- tombo 4-10 8-1116, Smith 3-134-5 13, Blaylock 3-10 3-4 10. Hancock 1-2 0-1 2, Henderson 5-8 3-4 13, Recasner 1-3 1-1 4, James 0-1 0-0 0, Lauderdale 0-0 0-0 0, Barry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 2466 26-33 80. Chicago 20 26 25 29—100 Atlanta 24 28 16 12— 80 3-Polnt goals—Chicago 5-19 (Harper 2-4, Kukoc 2-4, Kerr 1-4, Jordan 0-1, Pippen 0-6), Atlanta 6-22 (Smith 3-9, Recasner 1-1, Corbln 1-4, Blaylock 1-6, Laettner 0-1, Hancock 0-1). Fouled "out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 59 (Catfey '. 11), Atlanta 44 (Mutombo 13). Assists—Chica. go 25 (Pippen, Kukoc 5), Atlanta 13 (Blaylock 6). •Total fouls—Chicago 28, Atlanta 18. Techni- cals—Williams, Rodman, Chicago Illegal defense, Henderson, Smith. A—16.378 (16,378). JAZZ 110, LAKERS 95 UTAH (110) Malone 12-2718-18 42, Russell 12-20 1-1 29, Ostertag 0-3 2-2 2, Homacek 3-8 7-8 14, Stockton 5-12 0-1 11, Foster 0-2 0-0 0, Elsley 0-1 0-0 0, Mom's 1-2 1-2 3, Anderson 3-3 0-0 6, Carr 14 1-2 3. Totals 37-82 30-34 110. LA. LAKERS (95) Campbell 1-4 1-2 3, Hony 3-8 5-6 13, O'Neal 12-19 10-15 34, Jones 5-8 4-6 15, Van Exel 412 6-6 15, Bryant 3-9 0-0 9, Knight 0-0 0-0 0, Kersey 0-2 2-2 2, Scon 1-2 2-4 4. Totals 29-64 30-41 95. Utah 25 26 28 31—110 LA. L»k»r» 22 22 25 26— 95 3-Polnt goals—Utah 6-15 (Russell 4-9, Stockton 1-2, Homacek 1-3, Elsley 0-1), Los Angeles 7-18 (Bryant 3-6, Horry 2-7, Jones 1-1, Van Exel 1-3, Scon 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Utah 57 (Russsll 10), Los Angeles 38 (O'Neal 11). Assists—Utah 27 (Stockton 11), Los Angeles 23 (Van Exel 7). Total fouls—Utah 27, Los Angeles 30. Technicals—Morris, Utah Illegal defense. A—17.505 (17,505). LATE FRIDAY ROCKETS 97, SONICS 93 HOUSTON (97) Barkley 2-11 7-811, Elie 0-3 4-4 4, Olajuwon 8-12 8-8 24, Drexler 8-16 1-2 19, Maloney 7-16 0-2 19, Johnson 3-9 1-1 7, Willis 2-5 1-2 5, Threan 3-5 2-2 8. Totals 33-77 24-29 97. SEATTLE (93) Kemp 7-20 14-16 28, Schrempf 7-14 4-6 20, Perkins 0-6 0-0 0, Hawkins 1 -4 1 • 1 3, Payton 11 25 5-5 28, Wingate 3-4 0-0 8, Cummlngs 3-8 02 6, Snow 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-81 24-30 93. Houston 29 26 17 25—97 Seattle 21 23 35 14—93 3-Polnt goals—Houston 7-21 (Maloney 5-8, Drexler 2-4, Barkley 0-2, Johnson 0-2, Threat! 02, Elle 0-3), Seattle 5-13 (Schrempf 2-2, Wingate 2-3, Payton 1-4, Hawkins 0-1, Perkins 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Houston 53 (Barkley 17), Seattle 51 (Kemp 10). Assists—Houston 21 (Threat! 5), Seattle 18 (Kemp, Payton 5). Total (ouls—Houston 21, Seattle 23. Technicals—Houston illegal de- tense. A—17,072 (17,072). NBA Today SCOREBOARD Sunday, May 11 Miami at New Vork (11:30 a.m. COT). The series, tied at one game, moves to Madison Square Garden, where the Heat and Knicks split two regular-season games. STARS Friday • Tim Hardaway, Heat, scored a team playotl record 34 points to help Miami beat New York 88-84 to even their second-round series at one game apiece. • Hakeem Olajuwon, fiockels, had 24 poinls, 11 rebounds, lour steals and three blocks in Houston's 97-93 win over Seattle. SEALING THE VICTORY Miami's Jamal Mashburn hil a wide open 3- pointer with 2.9 seconds left to clinch the Heat's 88-84 win over New York on Friday night. SOMETHING NEW Houston's 97-93 win on Friday night was its (list playoff victory in Seattle since May 7,1987. SCORELESS IN SEATTLE Seattle starting center Sam Peikins did not to score a point in Houston's 97-93 win Friday night. Perkins was O-lor-6 Irom the field in 31 minutes. SHOOTING WOES New Yoik was O-lor-14 shooting in the fourth quarter until Patrick Ewing scored with 4:15 remaining in the Knicks 1 88-84 loss to Miami on Friday night. SETTING A MARK Miami's 88-84 victory over New York on Friday night was trie 1,000ih of coach Pat Rile/s career, including an NBA record 141 In postseason play. STREAK New York's 88-84 loss to Miami on Friday night snapped a low-game winning streak as the Knicks failed to match their all-time longest - playoff winning streak of five games in 1972, -1973 and 1974. SPEAKING 'If he's not going to lead us in rebounding, don't lead us in technical louls, because we don't need those," — Chicago's Scoltie Pippen on teammate Dennis Rodman, who has seven technical louls in the Bulls' live playoff games. "We gave them a gift. An early Christmas present, an early Mother's Day present, whatever you want to call it. They didn't beat us." — New York's Chris Quids altar Miami's Jamal Mashburn was left wide open and hil a 3-pointer with 2.9 seconds to seal an 88-84 victory Friday night^ Auto racing NASCAR WINSTON 500 RESULTS TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) — Results Saturday of the Winston 500 NASCAR Winston Cup race at Talladega Superspeedway. with starting position In parentheses, driver, hometown, make ot car, laps completed, money won and reason out. if any: 1. (18) Mark Martin, Batesville. Ark., Ford. 188. $92,220. 2. (3) Dale Earnhardt. Kannapolis. N.C.. Chevrolet. 188, $85,445. 3. (8) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Christi, Texas, Pontiac. 188. $61,845. 4. (1) John Andretti. Indianapolis. Ford, 188, $57,920. 5. (11) Jeff Gordon, Pitlsboro. Ind., Chevrolet, 188, $54,440. 6. (36) Terry Labonte. Corpus Chrisli, Texas, Chevrolet, 188, $52,655. 7. (20) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick. Pa., Ford, 188, $36,550. 8. (39) Jeff Burton. South Boston. Va.. Ford, 188, $38,100. 9. (17) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., Pontiac. 188, $33.300. 10. (7) Emle Irvan, Salinas. Calil., Ford. 188, $40,800. 11. (29) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake. Va., Ford, 188. $34,295. 12. (6) Ken Schrader, Fenlon, Mo.. Chevrolet, 188, $30,215. 13. (12) Derrike Cope, Spanaway. Wash., Pontiac, 188, $18.385. 14. (28) Michael Waltrlp. Owensboro, Ky., Ford. 188. $29.305. 15. (26) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, WIs., Ford, 188. $23.625. 16. (5) Mike Skinner, Susanville, Calif., Chevrolet, 187, $18,335. 17. (27) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Basalt. Colo.. Chevrolet, 187, $16,620. 18. (10) Bill Ellion, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford, 187, $27,480. 19. (32) Joe Nemechek. Orange, Calil., Chevrolet, 187. $20,190. 20. (2) Bobby Hlllin Jr., Midland. Texas, Ford, 187, $22,730. 21. (14) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford, 187, $26,440. 22. (15) Rick Mast. Rockbridge Baths, Va., Ford, 187, $26,090. 23. (40) Jeremy Mayfield. Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 187, $25,880. 24. (38) Ted Musgrave. Franklin, Wis., Ford, 187, $25,675. 25. (13) Greg Sacks, Maltiluck, N.Y., Ford, 187, $15,420. 26. (30) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Mo,, Ford, 187, $25,390. 27. (33) Ricky Craven, Newburgh, Maine, Chevrolet, 186, $25,235. 28. (41) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Ponliac, 186, $25,080. 29. (22) Robert Pressley, Asheville, N.C., Chevrolet, 186, $17,925. 30. (37) Dave Marcls, Wausau, Wis., Chevrolet, 186, $17,870. 31. (35) Bobby Hamilton, Nashvlllo, Term, Pontiac, 186, $29,710. 32. (43) Darrell Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 186, $24,155. 33. (31) BreH Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 186, $21,625. 34. (42) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Pontiac, 185, $14,595. 35. (9) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford, 184, $31,365. 36. (23) Hut Stricklin, Calera, Ala., Ford, 183, $21,535. 37. (4) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Mo., Ford, 180, engine. $31,571. 38. (34) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 169, engine, $14,335. 39. (16) Sterling Martin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet, 113, engine, $31,635. 40. (21) Kyle Petty, Handleman, N.C., Pontiac, 109, $14,335. 41. (24) Steve Grissom, Gadsden, Ala., Chevrolet, 93, engine, $21,335. 42. (25) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pontiac, 85, engine, $14,335. 43. (19) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 78, engine, $21,335 Race Statistics Time of race: 2 hours, 39 minutes, 18 seconds (Track Record). Margin of victory: 0.146-seconds (less than 1 car length). Winner's average speed: 188.354 mph (NASCAR record). Caution Hags: None. Lead changes: 26 among 13 drivers. Lap leaders: Andretti 1-18, Earnhardt 19-26, Martin 27, Gordon 28-30, Earnhardt 31-38, Andretti 39, Earnhardt 40, Gordon 41, Mariin 4249, Skinner 50-51, Musgrave 52, Bodine 53-54, Earnhardt 55-89, Wallace 90, Earnhardt 91-104, M. Waltrip 105, Mariin 106-107, Burton 108-117, Schrader 118, Gordon 119-126, Earnhardt 127128, Burton 129-131, Earnhardt 132-139, Martin 140-154, Irvan 155-156, Gordon 157, Martin 158-188. Serlea points leaders: T.Labonle 1,544; J.Gordon 1,505; D. Jarrett 1,492; Martin 1,394; B.Labonte 1,329; Earnhardt 1,287; J. Burton 1,277; R.Rudd 1,172; M.Waltrip 1,126; B. Hamilton 1,121. Indy 500 PARTIAL LINEUP INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The tentative partial lineup lor the May 25 Indianapolis 500, listing the driver, hometown or country, car number, chassis-engine, and tour-lap qualification average speed in mph (r-rookle; more qualifying Sunday and May 17-18): Howl 1. Arie Luyendyk, Netherlands, No, 5, G Force-Aurora, 218.263. 2. Tony Stewart. Indianapolis, No. 2. G Force- Aurora, 218.021. 3. r-Vlncenzo Sosplri, Italy, No. 8, Dallara-Aurora, 216.822. Row 2 4. Robbie Buhl, Grosse Pointe, Mich., No. 3, G Force-Aurora, 216.102. 5. Scott Goodyear, Canada, No. 6, G Force- Aurora, 215.811. 6. Jim Guthrie, Albuquerque, No. 27, Dallara- Aurora, 215.207. Row 3 7. r-Jelt Ward. Scotland, No. 52, G Force-Aurora. 214.517. 8. Davey Hamilton, Boise, Idaho, No. 14, G Force-Aurora, 214.484. 9. Eliseo Salazar, Chile, No. 7, Dallara-Aurora, 214.320. Row 4 10. Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. 91, Dallara- Inlinitl, 214,286. 11. Eddie Cheever, Tampa, Fla., No. 51, G Force-Aurora, 214.073 12. Robby Gordon, Cornelius, N.C., No. 42, G Force-Aurora, 213.211. RowS 13. Slephan Gregoire, France. No. 77, G Force-Aurora, 213.126. 14. r-Atfonso Glaffone, Brazil, No. 17, Dallara- Aurora, 212.974. 15. r-Kenny Black, Sweden, No. 4, G Force- Aurora, 211.221. Row 6 16. Lyn St. James. Daytona Beach. Fla., No. 90. Dallara-lnliniti, 210.145. 17. Buzz Calkins, Denver, No. 12, G Force-Aurora. 209.564. 18. r-Jack Miller, Carmal, Ind., No. 40, Dallara- lnliniti. 209.250. Row 7 19. Alessandro Zampedri, Italy, No. 34, Dallara-Aurora, 209.094. 20. Mike Grolf, Pasadena. Calif.. No. 10, G Force-lnfiniti, 208.537. 21. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Capistrano, Calif., No. 21T, Dallaia-lnfinitl, 207.371. Average—213.116 mph. Record 33-car average—227.807 mph (1996) Golf PGA BELLSOUTH CLASSIC DULUTH, Ga. (AP) — Scores Saturday after the third round of the $1.5 million BellSouth Classic, played at the 7,259-yard, par-72 TPC at Sugarloal: Scott McCarron 70-69-66—205 David Duval 66-66-73—205 David Toms 69-68-70—207 Bill Glasson 69-70-69—208 Nick Price 66-67-75—208 Brian Heraiingef 70-71-68—209 Andrew Magee 70-71-68—209 Lee Jamen 69-70-70—209 Kelly Gibson 73-69-68—210 Bob Esles 68-74-68—210 Glen Day 69-?2-69— 210 Scott Gump 69-71-70—210 Robert Gamez 72-68-70—210 Jay Haas 68-71-71—210 Dudley Hart 69-69-72—210 Greg Norman 70-67-73—210 Today's schedule SUNDAY, MAY 11 BASEBALL Kansas City at New York. 12:30 p.m Hal Button 69-74-68—211 DonPooley 64-70-77—211 Jay Don Blake 72-71-69—212 Brandel Chamblee 75-68-69—212 Kevin Sutherland 71-71-70—212 Bruce Fleisher 70-72-70—212 Neal Lancaster 73-68-71—212 Steve Pate 7(.69-72—212 Craig Bowden 69-70-73—212 Tom Pemlce Jr. 70-69-73—212 John Adams 74-70-69—213 Robin Freeman 70-74-69—213 Sluart Appleby 72-71-70—213 TedTryba 71-72-70—213 Larry Mize 71-70-72—213 Craig Kanada 68-73-72—213 Payne Stewart 75-66-72—213 Keith Fergus 71-69-73—213 Scott Dunlap 67-72-74—213 JayDels/ng 71-73-70—214 Mike Sullivan 70-73-71—214 Dan Foreman 68-74-72—214 Scott Simpson 66-75-73—214 Bob Wolcotl 73-68-73—214 Bob Tway 72-68-74—214 Donnie Hammond 66-73-75—214 Charlie Rymer 69-67-78—214 Brent Geiberger 72-72-71—215 Bob Gilder 72-72-71—215 Eric Johnson 72-71-72—215 Kenny Perry 70-73-72—215 Woody Austin 70-72-73—215 TomByrum 75-67-73—215 Chip Sullivan 69-72-74—215 Mark Calcavecchla 70-68-77—215 Shane Bertsch 73-70-73—216 Bobby Wadklns 66-75-75—216 Nolan Henke 70-71-75—216 Jimmy Johnston 73-71 -73—217 Brad Bryant 71-73-73—217 J.P. Hayes 73-70-74—217 Spike McRoy 74-69-74—217 Frank Nobilo 70-73-74—217 Joe Ozaki 74-68-75—217 Larry Nelson 70-71-76—217 Fred Funk 71-70-76—217 Howard Twitty 73-71-74—218 Scott Verplank 74-70-74—218 Jell Hart 71-72-75—218 JeffSluman 72-70-76—218 Billy Andrade 72-70-76—218 Larry Silvelra 71-71-76—218 JoeySlndelar 72-72-75—219 Allen Doyle 72-71-76—219 Dave Stockton 73-70-76—219 Marco Dawson 69-71-79—219 Joel Edwards 71-73-76—220 Tommy Tolles 73-70-77—220 Hugh Royer 71-72-77—220 Jim McGovem 70-74-77—221 Jim Gallagher 69-75-77—221 Curt Byrum 70-73-78—221 Kevin Burton 73-71-78—222 Bradley Hughes 72-70-80—222 Mike Brisky 69-75-82—226 PGA Seniors HOME DEPTO INVITATIONAL CHARLOTTE. N.C. (AP) — Scores Saturday after the second round of the $900,000 Home Depot Invitational, played on the 6,774-yard, par-72 TPC al Piper Glen: DeWitt Weaver 68-66—134 Walt Morgan 70-67—137 John D.Morgan 66-71—137 Jim Dent 68-70—138 Don January 72-66—138 KermilZarley 69-69—138 Larry Gilbert 68-70—138 John Bland 70-69—139 Will Sowles 68-73—141 LeeTrevino 70-71—141 Hugh Balocchl 70-71—141 Bob Duval 69-72—141 IsaoAoki 71-70—141 Bruce Crampton 71-70—141 Greg Powers 71-70—141 Jay Slgel 73-68—141 Tony Jacklln 68-74—142 Don Bies 68-74—142 Mike Hill 70-72—142 Dick Rhyan 69-73—142 Harold Henning 69-73—142 Glbby Gilbert 71-71—142 Jack Kleter 70-72—142 BobWynn 70-72—142 Jerry McGee 72-70—142 Sieve Verialo 71-71—142 Bobby Nichols 70-73—143 Gay Brewer 72-71—143 David Oakley 71-72—143 Bob E. Smith 70-73—143 Jimmy Powell 72-71—143 Charles Coody 70-74—144 Bud Allin 71-73—144 John Schroeder 71-73—144 J.C.Snead 70-74—144 Simon Hobday 76-68—144 Rick Acton 71-73—144 teky Thompson 72-73—145 Vicente Fernandez 71-74—145 iraham Marsh 73-72—145 3av/d Graham 73-72—145 Deane Beman 69-77—146 3utch Balrd 69-77—146 Bruce Summerhays 73-73—146 Orville Moody 72-74—146 Jose-Maria Canizares 71-75—146 Mike McCullough 74-72—146 Bob Dlckson 72-75—147 Arnold Palmer 75-72—147 Buddy Whitten 74-73—147 Tom Knapp 72-75—147 John Jacobs 76-71—147 Leonard Thompson 73-75—148 Jim Colbert 72-76—148 BUI Hall 71-77—148 Miller Barber 76-72—148 Dennis Coscina 74-74—148 Dale Douglass 72-77—149 Frank Conner 71-78—149 Tommy Aaron 74-76—150 Bob Eastwood 73-77—150 Dave Eichelberger 75-75—150 Larry Ziegler 71-80—151 Tom Shaw 76-75—151 Bobby Slroble 75-76—151 Bob Betley 74-77—151 Lariy Laoreni 77-74—151 Gary Cowan 71-81—152 Walter Zembriskl 73-79—152 George Archer 73-79—152 Tom Weiskopl 78-75—153 EdSneed 78-75—153 Lee Elder 75-79—154 Lou Graham 78-78—156 Dick Hendrickson 81-76—157 GeneLinier 81-77—158 Bruce Devlin 80-78—158 European PGA BENSON & HEDGES INTERNATIONAL THAME, England (AP) — Leading scores Saturday alter the third round of the $1.14 million Benson and Hedges International on the par-72, 7,205-yard Oxfordshire Goll Club course: Bernhard Langer, Germany 70-66-71—207 Lee Westwood, England 69-69-70—208 Ian Woosnam, Wales 70-68-70—208 Eduardo Romero, Argentina 73-65-71—209 Darren Clarke, Northern Ireland 69-68-72—209 Kalle Vainola, Finland 70-69-71—210 Fabrice Tarnaud, France 75-69-67—211 Thomas Bjorn. Denmark 71-70-70—211 Padraig Harrington, Ireland 73-67-71—211 Jamie Spenco, England 71-73-68—212 Christy O'Connor, Jr., Ireland 68-74-70—212 Robert Karlsson, Sweden 71-71-70—212 Bob May, United Stales 69-72-71—212 Patrik Sjoland, Sweden 69-69-74—212 Retiel Goosen. South Africa 69-69-74—212 Greg Turner, New Zealand 67-68-77—212 Also Colin Monlgomeiie, Scotland 70-71-76—216 Seve Ballesteros, Spain 72-69-76—217 Sam Torrance, Scotland 74-70-77—221 LPGA SARA LEE CLASSIC NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Scores Saturday after the second round of the $675,000 Sara Lee Classic, played on the 6,312-yard, par 72 (3636) Heritage Golf Course: Kelly Robblns 70-68—136 Cindy Figg-Cuirier 71-66—137 Terry-Jo Myers 70-67—137 Kim Saiki 70-69—139 Michelle McGann 69-70—139 Julie Piers 69-70—139 Nancy Huivey 67-72—139 Alicia Dibos 72-68—140 Sherri Turner 71-69—140 DaleEggoling 71-69—140 AmyBenz 71-69—140 Catriona Matthew 70-70—140 Jenny Lidback 69-71—140 Helen Allredsson 66-74—140 Carin Hj Koch 74-67—141 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 73-68—141 Tennis College men NCAA REGION 5 At Wichita State Saturday's semifinal KANSAS 4, COLORADO 1 Singles No. 1 — Abaroa, KU. del. Bauer, 6-4,6-1; No. 2 — Avila. KU. del. Papadia. 6-2, 6-4; No. 3 — suspended; No. 4 — suspended: No. 5 — Tucker. KU, del. Bufford, 6-1, 6-2; No. 6— suspended Doubles No. 1 — Abaroa-Avila. KU, del. Bauer-Papadia, 8-6: No. 2 — Sierra-Uribe, KU. del. Sepesi- Pavliska. 8-6; No. 3 — Bufford-Jenklns, CU. def. Tucker-Erin. 8-4 High school MANHATTAN INVITATIONAL Team scores Blue Valley North 60, Salina Central 44. Blue Valley Northwest 44, Topeka High 44, Manhattan 21, Sallna South 20, Newton 20, Topeka West 16. Junction City 15, Emporia 12. Individual results Singles No. 1 — 1. Pete Slroer, SC, 5-0; 2. Michael Bonebrake, TH, 4-1; 3. Sean Kempell. BVN. 4-1; 4. Darren Heck, JC. 3-2; 5. Koll Hoffman, M, 32; 6. Eric Roth, SS, 2-3. No. 2 — 1. Blake Pillion, BVN, 5-0; 2. Zach Horn, BVNW, 4-1; 3. J.J. Van Sickle, TH, 4-1; 4. Daniel Koeppel. SC, 3-2; 5. Brian Von Feldt, TW, 3-2; 6. Nale Weinandt, M, 2-3; 9. Robert Feyerherm, SS, 1-4. Doubles No. 1 — 1. Kempbell-Wallz, BVN, 5-0; 2. Herbster-Scott, BVNW, 4-1; 3. Huseman-Lamb, SC, 4-1; 4. Schneider-Canda, TH, 3-2; 5. Peterson-Horn, SS, 3-2; 6. Neuer-Harter, E, 2-3. No. 2 — 1. Rybick-Davls.BVN, 5-0; 2. Angelo- Witman, BVNW, 4-1; 3. Balzer-Cortright, N, 4-1; 4. Yorke-Peterson, TH, 3-2; 5. O'Hara-Jones, SC. 3-2; 6. Henry-Munsey, E, 2-3; 7. Biltenger- Burl, S3, 2-3. MSAA LEAGUE MEET Team scores Smoky Valley 58, Wichita Collegiate 35, Hes- slon 33, Ellinwood 23. Sterling 13, Hillsboro 7, Nickerson 4, Haven 0. Singles Semifinals — Talbott, SV, del. Sando, SV, 60,6-0; Welgert, Hess., del. Younker, E, 6-1,6-0 Championship— Talbott, SV, del. Welgert, 62,1-6,7-6. Third place — Sandbo, SV, def. Younker, E, 2-6, 6-2,6-3. Doubles Semifinals — Bigert-Barcley, SV, def. Hawley-Jones, WC, 7-6, 6-4; Nelson-Palmqulst, SV, del., Francisco-Docking, WC, 7-6,6-4 Championship — Nelson-Palmquist, SV, del., Bigert-Barcley, SV, 6-4,6-4. Third place — Jones-Hawley, WC, del. Francisco-Docking, 9-5. Baseball College RMAC TOURNAMENT At Grand Junction, Colo. FORT HAYS STATE 18, SOUTHERN COLORADO 6 First championship game Fort Hays State 104150 600—18231 Southern Colorado 004011000— 6 94 WP — Durs (5-0). LP — Schilling (2-2). 2B — FH: Nicholas, Russell, Valdez; SC: Acuna. 3B — SC: Lynch. HR — FH: Russell, Valdez, Ysac; SC: Acuna, Bloomer. FORT HAYS STATE 10, SOUTHERN COLORADO 9 Second championship Southern Colorado eliminated FortHaysState 200011321 — 10134 Southern Colorado 211200003— 9163 WP — Scogin (7-1). LP — Woemer (3-2). 2B — SC: Arcnuleta, Contreras, Jenson, Zurila. 3B — FH: Russell. HR — FH: Valdez; SC: Acuna, Zurila. CREIGHTON 9, WICHITA STATE 7 Crelghton 0015102 — 9 14 3 Wichita State 0210103 — 7 93 WP — Councill (5-5). LP — Foral (10-4). 2B — C: Cariey 2. 3B — C: Gripp. HR — WS: Davis. WICHITA STATE 11, CREIGHTON 8 Crelghton 011420000— 8 11 1 WlchitaState 013 032 11x —11 142 WP— Dramright(4-0).LP— Erickson (5-4). Save — Bluma (11). 2B — C: Schramm, Cariey; WS: Ryan. HR — C: Frederick, Gripp; WS: Preston. ORAL ROBERTS 15, KANSAS STATE 14 Friday's game Oral Roberts 013 032 104 1—15172 KansasState 230211 3200— 14 19 7 WP — Stensler (1-1). LP — Johnson (2-3). 2B — OR: Hill, Vandeventer, Weeks; KS: Ayere 2, Blchelmeyer 2.3B — OR: Stalllngs. HR — OR: Dinsmore, Neill; KS: Fereday, Poepard. Junior college NJCAA REGION 6 WESTERN SUB-REGIONAL At Great Bend HUTCHINSON 10, COLBY 5 Colby eliminated Late Friday Hulchinson 330 300 1 — 10 94 Colby 203 000 0— 5 82 WP — Holmes. LP — Peer. 2B — H: Finnegan, Parker. Saturday's scores Hutchlnson 9, Butler County 7 Hutchinson 21, Seward County 11 Hutchinson 11, Seward County 9 (Seward County eliminated) High school WESTERN PLAINS DIAMOND CLASSIC At Hays SALINA CENTRAL 10, ULYSSES S Ulysses 003 001 1 - 596 Central 090 010 X — 10 9 4 WP - Lamone (2-2). LP - Henderson. 2B - U: Hernandez, Cravens; SC: Barlow, Just, Weller. SALINA CENTRAL 6, DERBY 3 Derby 000 010 2 —3 52 Central 000 510 X —6 11 1 WP - Just (3-0). LP - Waple. 2B - D: Sanders, Grady; SC: Just, Wallace 2. HR - SC: Gary (1). ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Sallna Central Selections Bobby Barlow, Todd Just, Clele Wilson Hays Selections Josh Shellon (MVP), Justin Shellon, Doug Dreher, Jeremy Schmeldler, Joe LaBarge. Softball High school TOPEKA WEST 7, SAUNA CENTRAL 0 Salina Central 0000000—0 22 Topeka West 013 003 x —7 10 1 WP — Parker. LP — Moreen. 2B — Smith, SC. TOPEKA WEST 6, SALINA CENTRAL 2 Salina Central (8-7) 0020000—2 34 Topeka West 112 002 x —6 63 WP — Parker. LP — Wilson. 2B — SC: Wilson 2; TW; Ideker. HR — TW: Vawler. Junior varsity TOPEKA WEST 10, SALINA CENTRAL 4 Sallna Central 000 031 — 4 79 TopakaWest 012160—10 73 WP — Bayless. LP — Smith. TOPEKA WEST 7, SALINA CENTRAL 6 Salina Central 20002110 — 610 7 Topeka Wesl 12003001—7 810 WP — Dashnaw. LP — Wilson. I Swimming High school I-70 LEAGUE MEET Friday at Kansas Stale University Team scores Manhattan 427, Topeka West 339, Sallna South 240. Topeka High ISO, Junction City 117, Salina Central 111. Individual Results 200 medley relay - 1. Topeka West A, 1:55.57 (League record); 2. Manhattan A, 2:01.11; 3. Salina South A. (Coellner, Weaver. Lampe, Zier), 2:01.94; 4. Topeka High A. 2:05.14; 5. Manhattan B, 2:05.52; 6. Salina Central A (Porter. Crawtord, Franklin, Brown), 2:09.33. 200 freestyle - 1. T.Dudley, TW, 2:03.96; 2. Poulson, M, 2:07.06; 3. Walerson, M, 2:16.65; 4. Moody, M, 2:17.79; 5. Morris, TW, 2:22.63; 6. Ivy, JC. 2:25.42. 200 individual medley - 1. K.Dudley. TW, 2:12.06; 2. Coovert, M, 2:25.05; 3. French, M, 2:27.60; 4. Townsend. M. 2:29.12; 5. Mueldener, TH, 2:30.82; 6, Weaver, SS, 2:38.59. 50 freestyle - 1. Coellner, SS, 24.61; 2. Christensen, TH, 25.75; 3. Clark, TW, 26.22; 4. Lampe, SS, 26.46; 5. Schurle, M. 26.69; 6. Porter, SC, 26.73. Diving -1. Riccl, TW. 341.85; 2. Komble, TW, 286.65; 3. Fairchlld, TW, 283.70; 4. Harris, M, 272.15; 5. Johnson. SS. 222.30; 6. Glower, SS, 215.30. 100 butterfly - 1. Fairchlld. TW, 1:04.41; 2. Lampe. SS, 1:06.93; 3. Mueldener, TH, 1:07.61; 4. Freyenberger. M, 1:10.21; 5. Duncan, M, 1:10.46:6. Frick. M, 1:10.73. 100 freestyle - 1. Coellner, SS. 53.72; 2. Chrislensen, TH, 56.47:3. Schurle, M, 56.70; 4. L'Ecuyer, M, 58.99; 5. Sexton. M, 59.23; 6. Morris, TW, 1:02.17. 500 freestyle - 1. K.Dudley, TW, 5:25.62; 2. Poulson, M, 5:38.90; 3. Coovert, M, 5:53.42; 4. Zier, SS, 6:10.78; 5. Moody, M. 6:20.11; 6. Ivy, JC, 6:32.07. 200 freestyle relay - 1. Topeka West A, 1:45.58; 2. Salina South A (Lampe, Weaver, Zier, Coellner), 1:47.52; 3. Manhattan A, 1:49.63; 4.' Topeka High A, 1:56.34; 5. Manhattan B, 1:57.57; 6. Topeka Wesl B. 2:02.69. 100 backstroke - 1. T.Dudley, TW, 1:01.70; 2. Porter, SC, 1:06.80; 3. L'Ecuyer, M, 1:06.88; 4. Frick, M, 1:08.22; 5. French, M, 1:08.92; 6. Durst, SS, 1:16.93. 100 breaststroke - t. Duncan, M. 1:13.87; 2. Bryant, TH, 1:14.05; 3. Clark, TW, 1:16.21; 4. Weaver, SS, 1:19,90; 5. Holcomb, M, 1:20.09; 6. Townsend, M, 1:20.16. 400 freestyle relay -1. Manhattan A, 3:59.30; 2. Manhattan B, 4:13,72; 3. Salina Central A (Brown, Franklin, Wels, Porter), 4:19.93; 4. Junction City A, 4:27.36; 5. Topeka West A, 4:27.49; 6. Sallna South A (Durst, Bigler, Grlder, Zler), 4:42.93. Track High school ELLINWOOD INVITATIONAL BOYS Friday's results Team Scores Holsington 97, Ellsworth 84, Ellinwood 70, Lyons 64, SE-Sallne 60, Burton 58, St. John 57, Medicine Lodge 45, Sacred Heart 40, Falrfield 11. Individual Results Pole vault - 1. Schmidt, Holsington, 12-6; 2. Schneider, Holsington, 11-6; 3. Manche, Burrton,11-6. High jump -1. Black, Medicine Lodge, 6-8; 2. Rumlord, 5-8; 3. Ray, Ellsworth, 5-8. Shot put - 1. Johnson, Burrton, 55-4 VS; 2. McMullen, EllinwOjd, 49-3 'A; 3. Slous, Holsing- ton, 46-4; 5. Schmitz, Sacred Heart, 44-4. Long |ump - 1. Fyffe, Holsington, 20-1; 2. Losik, Sacred Heart, 19-8I/4; 3. Ryan, Sacred Heart, 18-10%; 4. Belts, SE-Sallne, 17-8 ¥4. Triple jump -1. Black, Medicine Lodge, 42-1; 2. Grander, St. John, 40-5; 3. Fyfto, Hoislngton, 39-9%; 6. Knlpp, Sacred Heart, 37-3%. Dlicus - 1. Johnson, Burton, 146-V4; 2. Heinz, Lyons, 138-1; 3. Peterman, Ellsworth, 134-4'A; 6. Schmitz, Sacred Heart, 128-7. Javelin -1. Rice, Sacred Heart, 175-0; 2. McMullen, Ellinwood, 164-2; 3. Reed, Ellsworth, 149-11. 110m hurdles -1. Bells, SE-Saline, 15.8; 2. Hunter, Medicine Lodge, 15.85; 3. Sessler, Ellinwood, 16.26. 100m da«h - 1. Prosser, Ellinwood, 11.11; 2. D/ckson, SE-Sallne, 11.31; 3. Losik, Sacred Heart, 11.43; 4. Kejr, SE-Saline, 11.56. 1,600m run - 1. Smith, Burrton, 4:38.76; 2. Orosco, Ellsworth, 4;41.14; 3. Smith, Ellsworth, 4:41.38; 4. Craig, SE-Sallne, 4:50.86; 6. Pavkov, SE-Saline, 4:56.63. 400m dash -1. Prosser, Ellinwood, 51.02; 2, Bailey, Hoislngton, 51.69; 3. Dlckson, SE- Saline, 52.58. 300m hurdles - 1. Marvin, Hoisington, 41.64; 2. Altvater, Lyons, 42.07; 3. Howerton, Lyons, 43.63; 5. Belts, SE-Saline, 44.35. 800m run - 1. Rixon, St. John, 2:00.37; 2. Smith, Burrton, 2:00.66; 3. Smith, Ellsworth, 2:04.93; 6. Pavkov, SE-Saline, 2:09.31. 200m dllh - 1. Prosser, Ellinwood, 22.68; 2. Dlckson, SE-Saline, 23.58; 3. Loslk, Sacred Heart, 24.09; 4. Ke|r, SE-Sallne, 24,36. 3,200m relay -1. St. John, 8:20.2; 2. Holsing- ton, 8:38.43; 3. Burrton, 8:42.89. 400m relay - 1. St. John, 45.33; 2. Medicine Lodge, 46.25; 3. Lyons, 46.68; 4. SE-Sallne, 46.83. 3,200m run-1. Orozco, Ellsworth, 10:12.0; 2. Wisner, Burrton, 10:44.92; 3. Dumler, Lyons, 10:55.77. 1,600m relay - 1. St. John, 3:31.90: 2. Hols- ington, 3:34.97; 3. Ellsworth, 3:37.10. GIRLS Team Scores Hoislngton 148, SE-Sallne 77, Medicine Lodge 71, Ellsworth 63, Sacred Heart 47, St. John 41, Ellinwood 30, Lyons 30, Fairtield 22, Burrton 15. Individual Results High jump -1. Schneider, Hoislngton, 4-8; 2. Donovan, Medicine Lodge, 4-6; 3. Duryee, Ellsworth, 4-8. Shot put - 1. Co.Carter, St. John, 39-3; 2. Ca.Carter, St. John, 37-4 %; 3. Ritfel, SE-Saline, 36-4'/.;5. Ade, SE-Saline, 35- <A. Long |ump -1. Fortune, Medicine Lodge, 15- T/i; 2. Roe, Ellsworth, 15-3; 3. McDonald, Medicine Lodge, 15-1%. Triple lump-1. Hill, Medicine Lodge, 32-8%; 2. Higgins, Lyons, 28-2V4; 3. Romero, Lyons, 28-2; 4. Blagg, Sacred Heart, 28-%. Dlscui - 1. Ca. Carter, St. John, 125-6";; 2. Gulliford, Holsington, 121-11; 3. Ade, SE-Saline, 119-8; 5. Riffel, SE-Salina, 107-2. Javelin - 1. St. Clalr, Ellsworth, 129-9; 2. Co.Carter, St. John, 129-0; 3. Alefs, Ellinwood, 127-1; 4. Ade, SE-Saline, 120-11. 100m hurdles -1. Davis, SE-Saline, 16.18; 2. Schneider, Holsington, 16.88; 3. Thach, Burrton, 16.94. 100m dash -1. Koester, Holsington, 12.99; 2. Ray, Holslnglon, 13.04; 3. Schneider, Holsing- ton, 13.32; 4. Leiker. Sacred Heart. 13.34; 6. Garretson. SE-Saline, 14.01. 1,600m run -1. Brady, SE-Saline, 5:38,06; 2. Higgins, Lyons, 5:41.32; 3. Walls, Sacred Heart, 5:50.05; 4. Keeler, SE-Saline, 3:56.77. 400m dash - 1. Roe. Ellsworth, 1:01.05; 2. Kuone, Hoisington, 1:0322; 3. Ryan, Sacred Heart, 1:03.60. 300m hurdles - 1. Breidenstein, Fairtield. 47,99; 2. Ney, Hoisington, 48.36; 3. Davis, SE- Sallne, 49.60. 800m run - 1. Ray, Hoisinglon, 2:25.80; 2. Hoe, Ellsworth. 2:29.06; 3. Boger, Hoislngton, 2:30.26; 4. Wells, Sacred Heart, 2:32.79; 5. Brady, SE-Saline, 2:34.19; 6. Ryan, Sacred Heart, 2:35.81. 200m daih - 1. Koester, Holsington, 27.1; 2. Breidensleln, Fairfield, 27.82; 3. Leiker, Sacred Heart, 27.94; 5. Garretson, SE-Salino. 28.82. 3,200m run - 1. Wells, Sacred Heart, 12:37.78; 2. Keeler, SE-Sallne, 12:38.78; 3. Phillips, Hoisington, 13:19.32; 5. Ryan, Sacred Heart, 13:39.97. 800m relay - 1. Holsington, 1:48.09; 2. Modi- cine Lodge, 1:52.99; 3. SE-Sallne, 1:58.73. 400m relay - 1. Holsington, 51.78; 2. Medicine Lodge. 53.90; 3. Ellinwood, 54.84; 4. Sacred Heart, 55.34; 5. SE-Saline, 56.27. 1,600m relay - 1. Ellsworth, 4:28.97; 2. Medicine Lodge, 4:40.01; 3. SE-Sallne, 4:42.41. COUGAR RELAYS Friday at Mankato BOYS Toam scores Hill City 138, Kensington 69, Jewell 60, Mankalo 59. Downs 49, Pike Valley 40, Wake- Held 36, Waconda East 33, White Rock 30, Eastern Heights 24, Southern Cloud 11. Individual results Shot put — 1. Slavik, Ken., 52-10; 2. Stevens, Oowns, 48-11, 3. Joy. Hill., 46-8. Dltcua — 1. Slavik, Ken., 145-9; 2. Stevens, Downs, 139 4'/4; 3. Thompson, PV, 138-1 Vt. Javelin — 1. KinOlor, WR, 179-10; 2. Boyle. EH, 172-7'/i; 3. Ramsey, Jewell, 161-5. Long lump — 1. Rovuil. Hill, 19-9; 2. Wyall, SC. 19-6 ">; 3 Union. WE, 19-3 Triple jump — 1. Huntsinger, Man , 43-2"r; 2. Reveil. EH. 41-5"?: 3, Musanto. Downs. /IO-8 High |ump — 1. Union, WE, 5-10: 2 Bohm. Ken., 5-10; 3, Ramsey. Jewell, 5-8. Pole vault -— 1. Bortz. Downs, 11-0: 2. Simonson, Wake. 10-8; 3. Havel. EH. 9-8. 110m hurdles — 1. Claycamp, Hill. 15.67; 2. Panler, Ken., 21.24; 3. Lloyd. Wake, 21 27. 3,200m relay — 1. Jewell. 9:28 66; 2. Wakefield, 9:39.49; 3. Pike Valley. 9:54.31. 100m dash — 1. Brugess. PV. 11.49; 2. Beckman. Ken., 11.52; 3. Wyatt, SC, 11.59. 1,600m run — 1. Trecek. Hill, 5:12.97; 2. Sim- mellnk. WR. 5:2074; 3. Pelers, Hill.. 5:26.13. 400m relay — 1. Mankato, 45.17; 2. Hillcresl. 45.96; 3. Kensington, 46.08. 400m da«h — 1. Henke, Hill., 52.78; 2. Lesovsky, Hill.. 54.39; 3. Osborne. Man., 54.82. 300m hurdles — 1. Claycamp. Hill. 41.35; 2. Kolman, Hill, 41.46; 3. Musante, Downs, 43.46. BOOm run — 1. Huntsinger. Man., 2:07.89; 2. Simonson. Wake., 2:09.31: 3. Lawson, Hili. 2:10.13. 200m dash — 1. Burgess. PV. 23.72; 2. Uglow. Man., 23.85; 3. Taylor, Jewell, 24.14. 3,200m run — 1. Lawson. Hill.. 10:34.00; 2. Trecek. Hill., 11:23.38; 3. Simmelink, WR, 11:25.86. 1,600m relay — 1. Hillcresl. 3:36.84; 2. Mankato, 3:37.78; 3. Jewell, 3:48.71. GIRLS Team scores Pike Valley 116, Downs 94, Hillcresl 90, East- em Heights 53, Mankato 46, Waconda East 45, White Rock 37, Jewell 35, Kensington 21. Waketield 16, Southern Cloud 4. Individual results Shot put — I. Raney, PV, 36-6; 2. Hallack, Hill., 32-10; 3. Griffith, Jewell, 32-3. Discus — 1. Hallack, Hill.. 102-3*4; 2. Stone, WR, 100- V,: 3. Shumard, PV, 91-8%. Javelin — 1. Hunter, EH, 130-10','?; 2. Paget, Downs, 112-11 'A; 3. Conn. Jewell. 110-0. Long |ump — 1. Chemey. Hill.. 15-10; 2. Berkley, Downs, 15-10; 3. Barrel!, Jewell, 14-8. Triple |ump — 1. Herman, PV, 31-1; 2. Shulda, Hill., 30-11; 3. Kvasnicka, Hill., 30-4. High Jump — 1. Manning. WR, 5-6; 2. Herrman, PV, 5-3; 3. Kolman. Hill., 5-0. 100m hurdles — 1. Berkley. Downs, 17.03; 2. A. Cleveland, PV, 17.37; 3. Schoen, Downs. 17.42. BOOm relay — 1. Mankato, 1:54.23; 2. Downs, 1:55.31; 3. Hillcresl, 1:55.32. 3,200m relay — 1. Downs. 11:50.27; 2. Waconda East, 12:19.31; 3. Mankato, 12:20.35. 100m dash — 1. Aspogren, PV, 13.33; 2. Conaway, Ken., 13.41; 3. Manning, WR 13.43. 1,600m run — 1. Wiebe, EH, 5:57.85; 2. Becker, Downs, 6:12.44; 3. Peters, Jewell, 6:25.02. 400m relay — 1. Downs, 53.53; 2. Hlllcrest, 54.1,-3. Waconda Easl, 54.12. 400m daih — 1. Aspegren, PV, 1:03.28; 2. Rlchecky, Hill., 1:03.67; 3. Clark, Man., 1:06.8. 300m hurdles — 1. Scott, WE, 49.06; 2. Kolman, Hill., 50.32; 3. A. Cleveland. PV, 53,45. 800m run — 1. Osl, Man., 2:34.86; 2. Ptort- miller, WE, 2:42.17; 3. Ragsdale, EH, 2:43.15. 200m dash — 1. Aspegren, PV, 27.81; 2. Manning, WR, 28.35; 3. Conway, Ken., 28.56. 3,200m run — 1. Wiebe, EH, 12:55.59; 2. Harger, EH, 14.17.4; 3. Ozias, Downs. 14.18.86. 1,600m relay — 1. Mankato, 4:25.11; 2. Hillcrest, 4:27.54; 3. Pike Valley, 4:28.52. THOMPSON RELAYS Friday at Lincoln BOYS Team scores Clifton-Clyde 111, Bennington 109, Tescott 97, Osborne 45, Ell-Saline 36, Tipton 34, Hope 28, Solomon 23, Lincoln 20, Sallna Emmanuel Christian 20, Sylvan 12, SJ Military 11. Individual results 200m daah — 1. Chance, Bennington, 23.53; 2. Stenfors, Bennington, 23.54; 3. LeClair, Clfton-Clyde, 23.57. 3,200m run — 1. Martin, Ell-Saline, 11:03.64; 2. Seller, Bennington, 11:13.00; 3. Houltberg, Emmanuel Christian, 11:26.64. 1,600m relay — 1. Bennlngton, 3:36,64; 2. Clifton-Clyde, 3:42.33; 3. Tescott, 3:48.30; 4. Emmanuel Christian, 3:48.80. Pole vault — 1. Knox, Clifton-Clyde, 12-0; 2. Cole, Bennington, 11-6; 3. Sweat. Osbome, 10-6. Shot put — 1, Hake, SJ Beloit, 55-10; 2. Kobbeman, Lincoln, 45-6'/i; 3. Anderson, Clifton-Clyde, 42-9%. Triple jump — 1. Getting, Tescott, 40-1; 2. Brockmeier, Hope, 39-5'/i; 3. Krone, EII-Sa!lne, 38-8 Vi. Javelin — 1. Smith, Osbome, 167-10; 2. Cans, Bennington, 151-0; 3. Bechard, Clifton- Clyde, 147-0; 6. Peterson, Ell-Saline, 132-814. Long |ump — 1. Stenfors, Bennington, 20- 5'A; 2. Getting, Tescoll, 19-10W; 3. Brockmeier, Hope, 19-10%; 4. Krone, Ell-Saline, 18- 8V4. 110m hurdles — 1. Getting, 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. Osborne, 9:01.70; 6. SJ Military, 10:12.17. High lump — 1. Miller, Tescott, 6-4; 2. Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde, 6-2; 3. Schriver, SJ Military, 5-8. 100m dash — 1. Montgomery, Solomon, 11.54; 2. Chance, Bennington, 11.57; 3. Budke, SJBeloll, 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. Houltbarg, Emmanuel Christian, 5:14.02. 400m relay — 1. Clifton-Clyde, 45.38; 2. SJ Beloit, 46.31; 3. Tescolt, 47.17; 5. Ell-Saline, 47.55. 400m dash — 1. Chance, Bennington, 52.41; 2. Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde, 52.46; 3. Jackson, Emmanuel Christian, 54.96; 4. Valdez, SJ Military, 55.06. 300m hurdles — 1, Slelnbrock, Clilton-Clyde, 42.99; 2. Chevey, Clilton-Clyde, 43.30; 3, Dohl, Sylvan, 43.51. BOOm run — 1. Gotti, Tescolt, 2:10.16; 2. Daniels, Bennington, 2:10.86; 3. Schufe, Osborns, 2:11.10; 5. Augustine, 2:12.93. GIRLS Team scores Clifton-Clyde 151, Ell-Saline 92, Osborne 54, Tescott 50, SJ Beloit 41, Hope 33, Bennington 32, Tipton 31, Sylvan 20, Solomon 10, Sallna Emmanuel Christian 8, Lincoln 5. Individual results 200m daah — 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. Osborne, 4:29.44. High |ump — 1. Abrams, Tescott, 5-4; 2. Zachgo, Tipton, 5-1; 3. Trlana, Ell-Saline, 5-0. 3,200m run — 1. Issacson, Ell-Saline, 13:05.5; 2. Zamrzla. Sylvan, 13:11.43; 3. Kantack, Clilton-Clyde, 13:20.84. Long |ump — 1. Jensen, Ell-Saline, 16-214; 2. Brown, SJ Beloit, 16-2V4; 3. Nelson, 15-7; 4. Hubbard, Emmanuel Christian, 14-t f '/.•. Triple jump — 1. Bowman, Clilton-Clyde, 338; 2. Jensen, Ell-Saline, 32-9; 3. Brown, SJ Beloit, 32-2'/4; 5. Hubbard, Emmanuel Chrlslian, 31-5'/;. Shot put — 1. Bergslrom, Clifton-Clyde, 364%; 2. Abrams, Tescolt, 34-0; 3. McCarran, Clilton-Clyde, 33-7'A. Javelin — 1. Grillin, Ell-Saline, 126-8; 2. Corwin, Osborne, 122-4; 3. Hindman, Osborne, 103-1. Dltcua — 1. Beigstrom, Clifton-Clyde, 101-4; 2. LeDuc, Clilton-Clyde, 100-0; 3. McCarren, Clifton-Clyde, 89-11; 6. Griltin. Ell-Saline, 87-9. 100m hurdles — 1. Knox, Clilton-Clyde. 16.81; 2. Burdick, Clifton-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. SJBeloil, 1:57.31. 1,600m run — 1. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 5:46.72; 2. Welland, Bennington, 5:50.15; 3. Zamrzla, Sylvan, 6:00.28. 104m di»h — 1. Charbonneau, Clitton-Clyde, 13.40; 2. Roadhouse. Osborne, 13.46; 3. Larson, Tescott, 13.49. 400m relay — 1. Chiton-Clyde. 51.94; 2. SJ Beloit. 53.57; 3. Tescolt, 54.32; 5. Emmanuel Christian, 57.09; 6. Ell-Saline, 57.56. 400m dash — 1. Roadhouse, Osborne, 1:01.45; 2. LeDuc, Clitton-Clyde, 1:02.29; 3. While, Ell-Saline. 1:02.30. 300m hurdlea — 1. Knox, Clilton-Clyde, 49.04; 2. Corwln, Osborne, 50.66; 3. Nelson, Tescotl, 52.31; 6. Muchow, Ell-Saline, 53.50. Mom run — 1. Isaacson, Ell-Saline. 2:34.84; 2. Gasper, Tipton, 2:37.29; 3. Ryll. Hope, 2:38.48. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS Friday result* Buffalo 5. Philadelphia 4, OT. Philadelphia leads series 3-1 Colorado 3, Edmonton 2, OT, Colorado leads series 3-1 Today's games N.Y. Rangers al New Jersey, 1 p.m. Philadelphia al Buffalo, 1 p.m. Edmonton at Colorado. 6:30 p.m. SPORTS DIGEST American record The Associated Press Stacey Dragila from Pocatello, Idaho, vaults 14 feet, 7V4 inches, an American record, at the Modesto Relays in Modesto Calif., Saturday. Auto racing MONTE CARLO, Monaco — Heinz-Harald Frentzen — at the pinnacle of his career after hi3 first Formula One victory — took a gamble and won by adding his initial pole in qualifying Saturday for the Monaco Grand Prix. Frentzen's Williams-Renault toured the famed 2.093-mile street circuit in 1 minute, 18.216 seconds, averaging 96.286 mph. Two-time series champion Michael Schumacher turned the second-fastest lap — 1:18.235 in a Ferrari earlier in the session — and will occupy the outside of the front row today. Bowling NORTH BRUNSWICK, N. J. — Walter Ray Williams Jr. beat top-seeded Amlerto Monacelli 237-184 on Saturday to claim his 23rd PBA title, the Brunswick Johnny Petraglia Open. Williams got his second title of the season by averaging 242 in winning four matches in the stepladder finals. Williams began the afternoon with a 268-199 victory over Tim Criss, then eliminated Steve Hoskins 225-192 and career earnings leader Pete Weber 238-195. Football PONTIAC, Mich. — Barry Sanders is close to signing a contract with the Detroit Lions that would make him the league's highest paid running back, The Oakland Press reported Saturday. Sanders will be paid on average between $5.3 million and $5.5 million per season, sources told the newspaper. The team and Sanders' agent are continuing to negotiate the length of the contract and how bonus money would be paid, the newspaper said. INDIANAPOLIS — Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Art Schlichter has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for violating his federal probation. Schlichter was on probation for a bank ; fraud conviction for writing $175,000 in bad checks to Las Vegas casinos. U.S. District Judge David F. Hamilton, who sentenced Schlichter on Friday, said Schlichter had clearly "spun out of control." Swimming MEXICO CITY — With an improved shark cage and a better idea of what she faces, 22-year-old . Australian distance swimmer Susie Maroney said Saturday she is ready to make a second try at swimming from Cuba to the United States. Maroney, who was pulled from the water just a few miles short of the Florida Keys in June 1996, is waiting in Havana for a window of good weather big enough to make the planned 40-hour swim. "I feel good. Mentally it's better as well, because I know what I'm in for," she said of her attempt to make the first unassisted swim over the distance, which may range from 101 to 125 miles. Maroney's crew, who will accompany her in a boat towing her 28- by 8-foot shark cage, will meet Sunday to analyze satellite reports of wind and currents, to decide whether she will start her swim Monday.: Tennis HAMBURG, Germany — Andrei Medvedev routed Yevgeny Kafelnikov and Felix Mantilla outlasted Tommy Haas Saturday to reach the final of the $2.3 million German Open. Medvedev moved within one step of his third German Open title with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over the second-seeded Kafelnikov. In a match twice interrupted by rain, Mantilla, the lOth-seeded Spaniard, rallied for a 46, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Haas, a 19-year-old German wild-card entry, who lives in Florida. Today's best-of-5 final will be the first of the year for both Mantilla and Medvedev. ROME — Mary Pierce overcame her own early inconsistency and battled past Barbara Paulus 46, 6-3, 6-1 Saturday to reach the final of the Italian Open. She will face four-time defending champion Conchita Martinez in Sunday's championship ' match. The Spaniard rolled past Swiss teen-ager; Patty Schnyder 6-2, 6-2 for her 24th consecutive ; match win on the clay courts of Foro Italico. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart ol America Sports Camps 913-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9257 Kansas Slate University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 913-628-8614 Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Salina Parks & Recreation office 913-82S-7434 Salina Parks & Recreation Information 913-826-7464 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 11SO-AM) 800-608-1150 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (race results) 913-229-3636 University of Kansas ticket office 913-864-3141 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-755-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978-3267

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free