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B2 MONDAY, MAY 12, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Allanta al Pittsburgh. WTBS. cable 15. 7 p.m. — Ma|or League Baseball, Seattle nt Milwaukee. IX, cable 28. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Miami at New York, TNT. cable 41. »:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, LA Lakers at Utah, TNT, cable 41. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS « (Be»t-ol-7) Sunday's results Philadelphia 6, Buffalo 3, Philadelphia wins series 4-1 NY Rangers 2, New Jersey 1 (ot), New York wins series 4-1 Colorado 4, Edmonlon 3. Colorado wins series 4-1 CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE Friday, May 16 NY Rangers al Philadelphia. 6:30 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE Thursday, May 15 Detroit al Colorado, 7:30 p.m. Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB Baltimore 23 11 .676 — New York 21 16 .568 3<f, Toronto 19 15 .559 4 Boston 15 20 .429 8% Detroit 15 21 .417 9 Central Division W L Pet GB Milwaukee 18 14 .563 — Cleveland 17 17 .500 2 Kansas City 17 17 .500 2 Chicago 14 19 .424 4VS Minnesota 14 23 .378 6% West Division W L PcL GB Seattle 21 14 .600 — Texas 19 14 .576 1 Anaheim 14 19 .424 6 Oakland 15 22 .405 7 Saturday's mutts Detroit 6, Cleveland 0 Texas 11, Boston 5 NY Yankees 5, Kansas City 2 Seattle 3, Baltimore 2,11 innings Milwaukee 4, Anaheim 3,10 Innings Chicago White Sox 9, Oakland 8 Toronto 6, Minnesota 4 Sunday's results Detroit 11. Cleveland 3 Texas 8,'Boston 6 NY Yankees 3, Kansas City 2 Baltimore 9, Seattle 5 Milwaukee 5, Anaheim 2 Chicago White Sox 6, Oakland 5 Toronto 3, Minnesota 2 Monday's results Seattle (Woteott 2-1) at Milwaukee (D'Amloo 0-2), 7:05 p.m. Toronto (Carpenter 0-0) at Minnesota (Radke 2-2), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (McDowell 3-2) at Texas (Burked 12), 7:35 p.m. Baltimore (Key 6-0) at Oakland (Karsay 0-3), 9:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Darwin 0-2) at Anaheim (Watson 1-3), 9:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L PcL GB Atlanta 25 11 .694 — Florida 20 16 .556 5 Montreal 18 16 .529 6 New York 19 18 .514 6% Philadelphia 13 22 .371 11V4 Central Division W L PcL GB Houston 20 17 .541 — Pittsburgh 19 17 .528 'A St. Louis 16 20 .444 S'A Cincinnati 11 24 .314 8 Chicago 10 25 .286 9 West Division W L Pet. GB San Francisco 21 13 .618 — Colorado 21 14 .600 14 Los Angeles 20 14 .588 1 San Diego 14 20 .412 7 Saturday's results San Francisco 4, Chicago Cubs 2 Atlanta 9, Pittsburgh 3 Philadelphia 5, Colorado 4,10 innings Houston 4, Florida 2 NY Mets 2, St. Louis 0 Los Angeles 2, Montreal 1 San Diego 9, Cincinnati 6 Sunday's results Florida 6, Houston 3 Philadelphia 3, Colorado 1 Atlanta 8, Pittsburgh 2 NY Mets 6, St. Louis 4 Montreal 6, Los Angeles 3,10 Innings San Olego 5, Cincinnati 4,11 innings San Francisco 11, Chicago Cubs 5 Monday's games Atlanta (Maddux 3-1) at Pittsburgh (Schmidt 1 • 1), 6:05 p.m. Houston (Reynolds 4-2) at Florida (Rapp 2-2), 6:05 p.m. Colorado (Swift 4-1) al Philadelphia (Munoz 14), 6:05 p.m. American League YANKEES 3, ROYALS 2 KANSAS CITY NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Offrmn2b 4020 Raineslf 3110 TQdwin d 3000 Jeter ss 4111 JBen ss 3000 BeWms d 4131 Kinglb 3000 TMrtnz 1b 2000 CDavisdh 4110 Fielder* 4011 MiSwyc 3000 O'Neill rf 4000 Dye rl 3110 Hayes 3i> 2010 Pquette 3b 3001 Duncan 2b 3000 Damon If 2 0 0 0 Sojo 2b 1000 VltieKo ph 1011 Glrardi c 4000 DHwrdlf 0000 Totals 29 2 5 2 Totali 31 3 7 3 Kansas City 000 000 020-2 Nsw York 101 000 10x-3 DP—New York 1. LOB—Kansas City 3, New York 9.2B-Dye (4), Jeler (6). HR—BeWilliams (6). SB—Raines (5). CS—Otferman (1). S— TQoodwln. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Rosado L.3-1 61-3 7 3 3 3 5 JWalker 1-3000 1 0 JMonlgomery 11-30 0 0 1 2 Nsw York DWells W.4-1 81-3 5 2 2 1 6 MRwaraS,13 2-3000 I I T—2:51. A—25,705(57,545). ORIOLES 9, MARINERS S SEATTLE BALTIMORE ibrhbl tbrhbl Cora2ta 5110 ByAdsnd 4000 ARdigz ss 4020 RAImr 2b 5330 GityJrd 5011 RPmrolb 4210 EMrtnz dh 4111 CRipkn 36 3100 Buhnerrf 3000 SurhoffJf 5236 Snwto 1b 4121 Hotles dh 2110 DaWlsn c 4222 Trasco if 4022 RDavis3b 3000 Wbsterc 3000 Du»y If 3000 Rboulet ss 3011 Tatafe 35 5 < i Totals 33 911 9 ItaUls 010 010 021—S Uttmors 102 061 OOx—» E—Cora (6). DP—Seattle 2, Baltimore 1 LOB—Seattle 9, Baltimore 8. 3B-Sumofl (3) HR—EMartlnez (5), Sorrento (3), OaWilson 2 (3), Surhoff (3). SB— ARodriguez (6), RAIomar 2 (2). SF—Reboulel. IP H RER BB SO DtAtOlzL.I-3 4 88743 Uwuanlllo 12-3 3 1 1 3 1 BWells 21-3 0 0 0 0 4 B»«lmoi» Erk*sonW.6-t 6 52243 Rtyde* 11-33 2 2 0 0 Boikie 12-3 1 1 1 1 1 Tj-3:33. A—47,451 (48,262). '• BREWERS S. ANGELS 2 ANAHEIM MILWAUKEE ibrhbl abrhbl Eistid 1b 5021 GeWms II 5231 GAndsn II 5011 Cinllo 3b 3221 Edmndcf 4000 Nilsson Ib 2011 Salmon if 4020 Mieskg rf 3011 Hollfr 3b 3000 Nwfwld dh 4000 lowell dh 3000 Loretta 55 4021 Allcea 2b 4110 Dlar 2b 4010 Fbroas c t 0 0 0 Carr cl 4120 eyrllz c 3010 Mlbeny c 4000 DiScnass 4110 ls 36 2 8 2 Totals 33 6 12 5 Anaheim 000 011 000—2 Milwaukee 230 000 OOx—5 E—Cirillo (7). DP—Anaheim f. LOB—Ana- leim 9, Milwaukee 8. 2B—Carr (2). 3B—Cirillo 1). HR—GeWilllams (3). SB—Salmon (2). CS—GeWilliams (1). SF—Mieske. IP H RER BB 50 Anaheim CFinley 1.0-3 5 10 5 5 2 3 'Harris 3 2001? Milwaukee McDonald W.4-2 52-3 8 2 2 2 4 illone 12-3 0 0 0 0 ! Wickman 2-300000 DoJonesS.8 1 00001 Umpires—Home, Brinkman; First. Cousins; ;econd, Welke: Third, Kaiser. T—2:55. A—17,419(53,192). WHITE SOX 8, ATHLETICS 5 OAKLAND CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl *hore cf 4023 Phillips 3b 5220 Batista ss 4110 Drham2b 2111 :nseco If 3110 FThms 1b 3220 McGwMb 4000 Belle If 3135 Berroa dh 3012 Baines dh 4012 iplezfo 2b 4100 LMoutn rf 2010 Brosius 3b 4110 Snopek 3b 2000 GoWms c 3010 DaMtnz cl 2000 Mgdan ph 1000 DLewls d 2000 EnYng if 2100 Kreuter c 3100 ilalrs ph 1000 OGuiln ss 4110 otals 33 5 7 5 Totals 32 611 8 Oakland 200 000 300-5 Chicago 005 021 OOx—B E—OGulllen (6). DP—Oakland 1, Chicago 1. LOB—Oakland 4, Chicago 6. 28—Batista (3), Berroa (7), GoWilliams (2), Belle (7), Baines (5). 3B—Mashore (2). HR—Belle (6). SB—Brosius 6). SF—Durham, Belle. IP H RER BB SO Oakland WAdamsL.2-4 4 97721 Wengerl 4 21112 Chicago Alvarez W.2-4 7 6 5 5 3 12 Slmas 1 10000 RHemandezS.6 1 00003 T—2:45. A—17.518(44,321). RANGERS 8, RED SOX 6 TEXAS BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl Newson rf 4020 Grcprr ss 5010 BRipkn 2b 4011 Crdero If 4110 Greercf 4021 MVghn 1b 4t'22 JuGnlz dh 5000 Jlfrson dh 5000 WCIark 1b 4320 Nhrlng 3b 4221 'aimer 3b 4211 Olry rl 5120 LStvns II 3223 JhValtn 2b 5032 Buford d 0000 Hslman c 3010 HMrcd c 3111 Httberg ph 0000 iilss 3001 Stanley c 2000 Bragg cf 2110 Frye d 2010 Totals 34 811 B Totals 41 614 5 Tsxss 030 310 100—a Boston 110 000 301—6 E—Oleary (1). DP—Boston 2. LOB—Texas 7, Boston 12. 2B—WCIark (6), LStevens (5), HMercedes (2), MVaughn (6), JhValentin 2 (10), 3B—LStevens (1). HR—Palmer (5), MVaughn [9), Naehrlng (8). S—Gil. SF—BRIpken, -Stevens. IP H RER BB SO Texas SantanaW,1-0 52-3 7 2 2 3 4 XHemandez 1 43302 Gunderson 1-30 0 0 0 0 Patterson 2-31 0000 Vosberg 0 00010 Wetteland S,8 11-32 1 1 0 1 Boston iordonU-5 32-3 7 6 6 4 2 Wasdln 11-31 1 0 0 1 Garces 2 21100 Lacy 210010 T—3:38. A—27,025 (33,925). TIGERS 11, INDIANS 3 CLEVELAND DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl Grssomd 3000 BLHntrcl 4010 TFmdz 2b 4011 Easley 2b 5111 Thome 1b 4000 Hggnsn rf 4231 MaWm3b 41)1 ToClrklb 4233 Justice If 4110 Frymn 3b 5210 Rmirezrf 1000 Pridedh 4211 Curtis rf 2000 Novln If 4133 Seitzer dh 2001 Csnova c 5010 SAImrc 3000 DCruzss 4111 vlzquelss 3110 Totals 30343 ToUls 39111510 Cleveland 001 100 100— 3 Detroit 001 003 34x—11 E—WaWilllams 2 (5). LOB—Cleveland 2, Derail 9. 2B-^)ustlce (8), Higglnson 3 (8), DCruz 10). HR—MaWilliams (9), Easley (4), ToClark 2 13), Nevln (1). SB—Vizquel 2 (11). CS—Pride 2). SF—Seitzer. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland Hershlser L.3-1 6 96423 Mesa 2-321111 Kline 2-323310 MJackson 2-321001 Detroit JuThsnW,3-2 8 4331" MMyers 1 0 0 0 .0 1 T—2:42. A—19,869 (52,416). BLUE JAYS 3, TWINS 2 TORONTO MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl Nixon d 4021 Knblch 2b 4010 AGnzIz ss 3110 Brede 1b 4010 Merced if 4000 Molilordh 4010 Carter 1b 4000 RKelly rf 3000 Spigue 3b 4110 GMyrs ph 1000 CDIgdo dh 4011 Hcking rl 0000 Sntiago c 4000 Lawlon If 3110 Brmlldlf 4110 Stnbchc 3120 CGrcia2b 3010 TWalkr3b 3011 Meares ss 4011 Becker d 1000 Coomer 1b 1000 Totals 34 3 7 2 Totals 31 2 8 2 Toronto 100 011 000—3 Minnesota 010 000 100—2 DP—Toronto 2. LOB—Toronto 5, Minnesota 6. 2B—Nixon (2), AGonzalez (6), Sprague (18), Lawton (12), Steinbach (6), TWalker (5). S— TWalker. IP H RER BB SO Toronto WWImsW,1-2 62-3 5 2 2 2 3 Spoljaric 1-30 0 0 0 0 Ouantrill 1 20000 Plesac 0 00010 Timlin S,4 1 10000 Minnesota AldredL,1-5 7 73314 Trombley 2 00003 T—2:46. A—32,552 (55,883). National League PHILLIES 3, ROCKIES 1 COLORADO PHILADELPHIA abrhbl abrhbl EcYng 2b 4021 Jtferies if 4122 McCkn d 4000 Mrndnl 2b 1000 LWalki rf 4010 Rolen 3b 4011 Glriga tb 4000 Daulton it 1000 Burks If 3000 DeMay rf 1000 Castilla 3b 3000 Lrjitlial c 3000 Mnwmc 3000 Brogna tb 4010 Weiss ss 3110 Oteio d 3100 Thmsn p 1000 Magee d 0000 VnWalph 1000 Stockerss 2100 Dipoto p 0000 Selling p 3010 ToUls 30 1 4 1 ToUls 26 3 S 3 Colorado 001 000 000—1 Philadelphia 100 000 20X--3 E—EcYoung (7), Manwaring (1). DP—Colorado 1. LOB-Colorado 3, Philadelphia 7. 2B—LWalker (10), Jefleries 2 (9), Rolen (8), Brogna (15), Schilling (1). SB—Jefleries (5), Morandini (9). CS—Morandinl (4). S—Thomson, Morandinl, Otero, IP H RER BB SO Colorado Thomson L.0-1 7 53147 Dipoto 1 00011 Philadelphia Schilling W.5-3 9 4 1 1 0 12 T—2:22. A—21,282(62,586). , Today's schedule MONDAY, MAY 12 BASEBALL Holstngton at SE Saline, 3 p.m. Ell-Saline at Clay Center, 3 p.m. Salina South at McPherson, 5 p.m. SOFTBALL Holsington at SE Saline, 3 p.m. McPherson at Salina South, 3:30 p.m. Ell-Saline at Salina Sacred Heart, 4 p.m. EXPOS 6, MONTREAL ibrhbl Grdzln 55 Luang 2u RWhite cf Fltonarc MVatep VGrero rt HRdrgz If Strange 3b Oisulak lt> Daalp Widgerc CPerez p Slnkvic ph LSmilh p Srilnglo If 5200 5210 5011 5121 0000 5032 5011 Sill 3010 0000 0000 1000 1000 0000 0000 DODGERS 3 LOS ANGELES ibrhbl Hinds* of Piazza ph Cndiolli p Gagne ss Mndeslrf Karros1b Zeile 36 Ashley II Orifort p WGrero 2b EWIras ph Prince c Caslio 2b Nomo p Anthny If 4110 t 0 0 0 0000 5010 5001 4221 5030 3011 0000 1000 t 0 0 0 4000 3000 2010 ,! 0 0 0 •otal« 40 610 6 Totals 39 3 9 3 Montreal 200 000 001 3—6 Log Angeles 100 101 000 0—3 E—Zeile (7), Castro (1). LOB—Montreal 7. .os Angeles 9. 2B—VGuerrero (2), Qagne (7), Nomo (1). HR—Strange (3), Kanos (3). SB— Zeile 12). CS—VGuerrero (2). IP H RER BB SO Montreal CPerez 6 63312 "ellord 1 00000 LSmilh 1 00001 Urbina 2-31 0022 DaalW,1-0 1 20000 MValdesS.1 1-300000 Los Angeles Nomo 7 62127 Dreifort 1 00001 ToWorrell 1 11100 Candlottl L.3-2 1 33000 T—3:17. A—34.809 (56.000). METS 6, CARDINALS 4 NEW YORK ST. LOUIS ab r h bl «b r h bl Biesercf 4010 Clayton ss 5222 oFrco p 0000 DeShld 2b 4120 Alfonzo3b 5011 Ganllf 4020 Olerud 1b 3000 Eckrely p 0000 Hndley c 2000 Lnkfrd cf 3012 Ordnez pr 0000 Gaetti 3b 4000 ACstlllo c 0000 Mabry 1b 4000 Gilkeylf 4000 Olfefcec 3000 Baerga 2b 4010 MkSwy if 3000 Ochoa if 3310 Ptkvsk p 0000 Alxndr ss 3110 Fossas p 0000 Everett d 1112 Shaffer If t 0 1 0 Mlickip 1 0 f 0 Morrisp 2110 MFrco ph 1011 Gallego 3b 2000 HuskeySb 1111 otals 32 6 9 5 Totals 35 4 9 4 New York 001 010 103—6 St. Loull 002 020 000-4 E—Lankford (4). DP—Now York 1, St. Louis . LOB—New York 5, St. Louis 7.2B-Lankford 7). HR—Everett (3), Huskey (6), Clayton (3). SB-Claylon (10). CS—flleser (2), Thurman I). S—Mlfckl. IP H RER BB SO NmYortc Mllckl 6 64436 RRcod 2-320000 Kashiwada 1-300000 LldleW,1-0 1 00002 JoFrancoS.10 t 10002 SL Louis Morris 62-3 6 3 3 3 5 'etlravsek 2-300000 Fossas 1-300010 Eckersley L.0-2 11-33 3 3 0 1 T—3:02. A—30,852 (49,676). MARLINS 6, ASTROS 3 HOUSTON FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl Blgglo 2b 5000 Mlliard 2b 2000 DeBell d 5011 Rnteria ss 3111 Bgwell 1b 3020 Abbott If 3000 LGnziz If 5010 Wehner If 0000 Abreu rf 4010 Shflield rf 4100 Glerroz ss 2 0 0 0 Atou cf 2221 RGrcia p 1000 Bonllla 3b 4121 Ustachss 1000 Men p 0000 Spiers 3b 2110 Conine 1b 3111 Eseblo ph 0000 CJhnsn c 4000 jMoutn pr 0000 AFmdz p 2012 Uma p 0000 Dunwdy ph 1000 Asmus c 2110 Powell p 0000 Wallp 1000 Cookp 0000 BerrySb 3112 Hullonp 0000 ToUls 34 3 8 3 ToKIs 28 6 7 6 Houston 000 030 000—3 Florida 031 010 10x—6 E—Blgglo (6), Sheffield (2). DP—Houston 1. LOB—Houston 10, Florida 5. 2B—DeBell (7), Abreu (7), Berry (3), Bonllla (10), AFemandez 4). CS—Alou (2). S—Ausmus, Abbott. ' IP H RER BB SO Houston WallL.1-1 3 44443 RGarcia 4 32112 Uma 1 00003 Florida AFmdz W.4-4 6 63335 Powell 2-31 0000 Cook 2-31 0001 Hutton 2-300010 MenS,9 1 00011 T—3:06. A—30,030 (41,855). BRAVES 8, PIRATES 2 ATLANTA PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl Lolton d 5220 Wmack 2b 3010 'uckerll 4000 Alnswrtcf 4000 ;Wnes 3b 3122 AMartn If 3110 AJones rf 4132 MaJhsn 1b 2100 JLopezc 4122 MWlksp 0000 Blauserss 4111 JGIIenph 1000 Klesko 1b 4001 Elsterss 4000 Lemke 2b 5010 Kendall c 4032 Grffnno 2b 0000 MCmgs rf 3000 Smoltz p 3220 Sveum 3b 4000 Byrd p 0000 Cooke p 1000 Whlers p 0000 EBrwn ph 1010 Randa 3b 2000 Totals 36 813 8 Totals 32 2 6 2 Atlanta 101 014 001-8 Pittsburgh 000 200 000—2 E—ChJones (4), Smote (1). DP—Pittsburgh 2. LOB—Atlanta 11, Pittsburgh 7. 2B—Lofton (7), JLopez (8), Lemke (5), Smoltz (2). SB- Kendall (2). HR-JLopej (9), Blauser (5). SB— AJones (6), Kendall (3). S—Lofton, Tucker, Womack. IP H HER BB SO Atlanta Smoltz W.4-3 7 52225 Byrd 1 00001 Wohlers 1 10001 Pittsburgh Cooke L.3-4 4 73342 Walnhouse 1 00011 Peters 2-322201 MWilklns 21-3 3 2 2 1 2 Lolselle 1 11120 T—2:38. A—29,895 (47,972). PADRES 5, REDS 4 CINCINNATI SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl DSndrsct 4000 'SFinleycf 3100 CGdwinll 3000 QVeras2b 5010 HMoris 1b 4230 Gwynn rf 5111 Rmlngr p 0000 Cmlnlti 3b 3111 RSndrsrl 0 0 0 0 Leo 1b 1100 LHmsrl 5100 GVghnlf 3111 WGma 3b 5131 Cnfrcco 1b 5031 Boona2b 4002 Flhertyc 3000 JOtverc 5021 Gomezss 4000 Reese ss 3000 Ashby p 3010 Shawp 1000 Bchterp 0000 EduPrz 1b 0000 Bamon ph 1000 Mrcker p 2000 Benson ss 3000 Totals 39 4 8 4 Totals 36 5 8 4 Cincinnati 000 202 000 00—4 San Diego 300 001 000 01—6 E—Gomez (3). DP—Cincinnati 1, San Diego 1. LOB—Cincinnati 8, San Diego 7. 2B— WGreene (7), Gwynn (4). SB—OSanders (23), CGoodwin (3), HMorris (1), SFinley (1), Caminl- II 2 (2). CS—EduPerez (1). S—CGoodwin. SF—Boone, GVaughn. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Mercker 5 54432 Carrasco 0 10010 Shaw 4 00007 Remlinger L.0-2 1 00010 Brantley 0 20000 San Dl«go Ashby 8 84326 Bochller 1 00013 HolfmanW,l-2 2 00011 T—3:29. A—31,539 (59,772). CHICAGO GIANTS 11, CUBS S McRaad Dnslonss MaGrc 1b Sosarl Hanson 3b JHmdzSb Kschnclf Pttisonp Sndbig ph Wndell p TAdms p Servais c Snchez 21) Foster p DCIark If Totals Chicago San Francltco abrhbl 5110 5120 5121 4233 3000 2000 2000 0000 1011 0000 0000 3010 4010 1000 2000 37 511 5 SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl DHmtnd Vzcalnoss GHillrl Javier rf Bonds If MLewis 2b DHenry p Snow 1b Mueller 3b RWIkns c Grdner p Traiez p RRdtgz p Kenl2b 2111 4002 5110 0000 4322 3110 1000 2223 3201 5121 3000 0000 0000 1011 Total! 33111011 400 000 100- 5 205 000 22)1-11 E—Dunston (7). LOB—Chicago 9, San Francisco 9. 28—Sosa (10), Bonds (1). Kent (12). HR—Sosa (5). Bonds (5), Snow (1). SB— tends (6). CS—OHamllton (4). S—Boltenfield. SF—Vizcaino. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Foster L.3-3 2 45536 Caslan 2-3221 1 1 Bottenfield 21-31 0 0 2 2 'atterson 1 00002 Wendell 1-322220 TAdams 2-300000 Ro(as 1 12211 Ssn Francisco Gardner W.4-1 51-3 7 4 4 2 4 'oole 1 11101 Tavarez 0 10000 RRodriguez 1-310000 DHenryS.1 21-3 1 0 0 0 2 T—3:25. A—22.951 (62,000). Late boxscores SATURDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE BLUE JAYS 6, TWINS 4 TORONTO MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl Nixon d 5021 Knbteh 2b 1000 AGnzIz ss 4000 Hcklng 2b 3010 Merced rf 5000 Becker d 4000 Carter 1b 4110 Molllordh 3010 Sprgue 3b 4110 RKelly if 4230 Samuel dh 2000 Coomer 3b 4000 CDIgdodh 2111 Clbmnlb 4111 Snliago c 4224 Stnbch c 4133 Brmfld If 4010 Lawlon H 4010 :Grcla 2b 3100 Mearos ss 4000 Totals 37686 Totals 354104 Toronto 020 300 010—6 Minnesota 010 102 000—4 E—Coomer (2), Meares (4). DP—Toronto 1. LOB—Toronto 6, Minnesota 6. 2B—Sprague 17), Colbrunn (12), Steinbach (5). 3B-Mxon 1). HR—CDelgado (6), Santiago 2 (3), Steinbach (3). SB—Nixon (15), AGonzalez (6), Knoblauch (17). CS—Hocking (1). IP H RER BB SO Toronto Clemens W.6-0 7 8 4 4 0 14 CrabtreeS,2 2 20.011 Minnesota Swindell L.2-2 32-3 6 5 5 1 3 Jarvis 22-3 10012 iuardado 1-300001 Naulty 21-3 1 1 1 0 4 T—3:09. A—20,932 (55,883). SATURDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE PADRES 9, REDS 6 CINCINNATI SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl DSndred 5110 SFinleyd 4112 PndltonSb 2000 Shmprt2b 4120 Crrasco p 0000 Gwynn if 4000 Bmson ph 1110 Cmlnitl 3b 4111 Burba p 0000 GVghn If 4110 Frdyceph 1000 Cnfrcco 1b 2210 Jellndap 0000 Rhertyc 4112 Imlngr p 0000 Gomez ss 4212 LHrrlsph 1000 Htchckp 3021 Larkinss 4111 Scott p 0000 RSndrsrf 4100 Bchtterp 0000 EduPrz 1b 3111 Crjnesph 1000 HMoris tb 1000 Hitman p 0000 Boone2b 4123 JOtverc 3000 CGdw/n If 2020 Reese 3b 1000 WGme 3b 1001 Totals 33666 Totals 349108 Cincinnati 300 110 010—6 San Diego 126 000 00*—9 E—Carrasco (1). DP—Cincinnati 1. LOB— Cincinnati 7, San Diego 6. 2B—Larkin (5), Boone 2 (5), SFinley (8), Shumperl (1), Flaherty (3). HR—EduPerez (2). SB—DSanders (22), CGoodwin (2), Gwynn (5). CS—CGoodwin (2). S—Morgan, Gwynn. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Morgan L.0-4 21-3 8 8 8 1 2 Carrasco 12-3 1 1 1 1 4 Burba 2 10004 Belinda 1 00002 Remlinger 1 00011 SanDlego Hitcfreock W.3-3 61-3 7 5 5 4 4 Scott 1 11111 Bochller 2-300010 Hoffman S,6 1 00003 T—3:03. A—24,739 (59,772). DODGERS 2, EXPOS 1 MONTREAL LOS ANGELES abrhbl abrhbl Grdzln ss 4021 Hinds* cf 4010 Jislng 2b 4000 Gagne ss 4000 RWhiled 4000 Piazza c 3000 HRdrgzlt 3010 Karros 1b 4000 Pitcher c 4000 Mndesirl 4010 VGrero rf 2000 Zeile 3b 3210 Orsulak 1b 3000 Ashley If 2000 Strange 3b 3 1 2 0 Klrby If 1000 Bllngerp 2000 WGrero2b 4011 Daal p 0000 Park p 2010 EWlms ph 1011 Totals 29 1 5 1 Totals 32 2 6 2 Montreal 000 000 010—1 Los Angeles 010 000 001—2 E—Grudzielanek (8). DP—Montreal 2, Los Angeles 1. LOB—Montreal 4, Los Angeles 8. 2B—Hollandsworth (8), Mondesi (8), WGuer- rero (6). SB—Zeile (1). S—Stanklewicz. IP H RER BB SO Montreal Bullinger 62-3 4 1 1 4 6 Daal 1-300000 DVeresL.1-1 12-3 2 1 1 0 2 Los Angeles Park 7 30022 Guthrte 1-31 1 100 Hall 1 10000 Radinsky W.2-0 2-300000 T—2:45. A-47,597 (56,000). Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS Eaatarn Division W L Pet. GB Arkansas (Cardinals) 18 15 .545 — Jackson (Astros) 18 17 .514 1 Shreveport (Giants) 16 18 .471 2'A Tulsa (Rangers) 14 20 .412 4V4 W**torn Division San Antonio (Dodgers) 25 9 .735 — El Paso (Brewers) 18 18 .500 6 Midland (Angels) 18 18 .500 8 Wichita (Royals) 11 23 .324 14 Saturday'* results Midland 10, Jackson 1 Arkansas 6, El Paso 0,1st game El Paso 5, Arkansas 0,2nd game Tulsa 11, Wichita 5 San Antonio 5, Shreveport 0 Sunday's results Jackson 3, Midland 1 Wichita 6, Tulsa 3 San Antonio 4, Shreveporl 2 Monday'* games Tulsa al Wichita, 11:15 a.m. Midland at Jackson . El Paso at Arkansas Shreveport at San Antonio Wrangler linescores WICHITA 6, TULSA 3 Tulsa 003 000 000 - 3 5 1 Wichita 032 100 OOx - 611 3 WP — Grundy (1-3). LP — Brower (0-6). HR — W: Fasano, Mendez. Saturday'! game TULSA 11, WICHITA S Tulsa 001 222 040 - 11 15 1 Wichita 210 000 200 - 5 13 2 WP — Silva (3-4). LP — Calero (2-3). S — Moore (1). 2B — T: Charles, Bokemelr; W: Diaz, Carr. HR — T: Blair, Diaz; W: Gonzalez. Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L x-TexasTech 23 7 43 10 x-Oklahoma Stale 20 8 40 15 x-Oklalioma 18 10 35 16 x-TexasA&M 19 11 38 18 x-Baylor 18 12 32 21 x-Missouri 15 14 30 25 Toxas 12 15 29 22 Kansas 12 18 31 25 Kansas Slate 10 20 32 24 Nebraska 7 23 27 35 Iowa Stale 6 21 21» 31 x-Clinched conference tournament berth. Monday's game Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Big 12 tournament BIG 12 CONFERENCE DALLAS (AP) — First round pairings, with seedings. for the Big 12 Conference baseball tournament, to be held Thursday through Sunday at All Sports Stadium In Oklahoma City. Thursday's gomes Texas Tech (1) vs. Missouri (6). 11 a.m. Texas A&M (3 or 4) vs. Oklahoma (3 or 4), 3 p.m. Oklahoma State (2) vs. Baylor (5). 7:30 p.m. Big 12 linescores KANSAS STATE 13 ORAL ROBERTS 12 Oral Roberts 013 101 312 - 12 17 2 Kansas State 200 050 411 - 13 13 5 WP — Hertzel (3-1). LP — Dinsmore (3-3). 2B — OR: Griffin; KS: Gardner 3, Sommerhauser. 3B — KS: Buell. HR — KS: Bichelmeyor. IOWA STATE 22, NEBRASKA 13 Mebraska 002 303 302—13 21 2 owa State 207 454 OOx—22 23 3 WP—Hilton (2-5). LP—Duobelbeis (3-5). OKLAHOMA STATE 17 OKLAHOMA 15 Oklahoma 322 003 500—15 17 0 Oklahoma State 134 002 34x—17 15 3 WP—Nina (2-0). LP— Geary (4-3). HR—O: Bookout, Elsey; OS: Holliday, Roosslen. Lucca Saturday's game KANSAS STATE 20 ORAL ROBERTS 5 Oral Roberts 103 000 001 - 5 6 0 Kansas State 022 087 10x - 20 22 3 WP — Blount (4-1). LP — Dixon (3-7). 28 — OR: Neill, Weeks; KS: Bobler, Fereday, Marn 2, 'oepard. 3B — KS: Bichelmeyer, Fereday. HR — OR: Hill; KS: Gardner 2, Poepard, Schesser. MVC linescore WICHITA STATE 15, CREIGHTON 0 :reighton 000 000 0 - 0 2 0 Wichita Stale 320 820 x - 15 11 0 WP — Bryan (2-0). LP — Koltz (1-4). 2B — WS: Reese 2, Sorensen. HR —WS: Preston, Ryan, Reeso. Auto racing Formula 1 results MONTE CARLO, Monaco (AP) — Results Sunday ot the Monaco Grand Prix, 62 laps ot the 2.093-mlle Monte Carlo street circuit, 129.74 miles, with driver, country, car, winner's time and speed: 1. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Ferrari, 2 hours, 5.654 seconds, 64.8 mph, 62 laps. 2. Rubens Barrlchello, Brazil, Stewart-Ford, 53.306 seconds behind. 3. Eddie Irvine, Ireland, Ferrari, 1 minute, 22.108 seconds behind. 4. Olivier Panls, Pros! Mugen-Honda, 1:44.402 behind. 5. Mika Salo, Finland, Tyrrell-Ford, 61 laps. 6. Giancario Rslchella, Italy, Jordan-Peugeot, 61. 7. Jan Magnussen, Denmark, Stewart-Ford, 61. 8. Jos Verstappen, Netherlands, Tyrrell-Ford, 60. 9. Gerhard Berger, Austria, Benetton-Renault, 60. 10. Ukyo Katayama, Japan, Mlnardl-Hart, 60. CART results RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP)'— Results Sunday of the Rio 400 Indy-car race on the 1.864- mile modified oval at the Nelson Piquet Raceway, with starting position In parentheses, driver, hometown or country, type ol car, laps completed, reason out, If any, and winners speed In mph: ••' 1. (5) Paul Tracy, Canada, Penske-Mercedes, 133,113.721 mph 2. (8) Greg Moore, Canada, Reynard-Mercedes, 133. 3. (7) Scott Pruett, Crystal Bay, Nev., Reynard- Ford Cosworth, 133. 4. (26) Alessandro Zanardi, Italy, Reynard- Honda, 133. 5. (18) Haul Boesel, Brazil, Reynard-Ford Cos- worth, 133. 6. (4) Bryan Herta, New Albany, Ohio, Reynard-Ford Cosworth, 133. 7. (9) Al Unser Jr., Albuquerque, N.M., Penske-Mercedes, 133. 8. (20) Mark Blundell, England, Reynard-Mercedes, 133. 9. (13) Jimmy Vasser, Las Vegas, Reynard- Honda, 133. 10. (3) Bobby Rahal, New Albany, Ohio, Reynard-Ford Cosworth, 132. 11. (10) Gil de Ferran, Brazil, Reynard-Honda, 132. 12. (14) Parker Johnstone, Brush Prairie, Wash., Reynard-Honda, 132. 13. (21) Max Papls, Italy, Reynard-Toyota, 132. 14. (11) Richie Heam, Henderson, Nev., Lola- Ford Cosworth, 131. fuel. 15. (16) Andre Ribelro, Brazil, Lola-Honda, 128. 16. (25) P.J. Jones, Rolling Hills, Calif., Reynard-Toyota, 126, engine. 17. (27) Michel Jourdain Jr., Mexico, Lola-Ford Cosworth, 98, contact. 18. (2) Roberto Moreno, Brazil, Swift-Ford Cosworth, 97, engine. 19. (12) Gualter Salles, Brazil, Reynard-Ford Cosworth, 85, engine. 20. (28) Juan Fangio II, Argentina, Reynard- Toyota, 80, engine. 21. (6) Michael Andretti, Nazareth, Pa., Swill- Ford Cosworth, 64, engine. 22. (1) Mauriclo Gugelmln, Brazil, Reynard- Mercedes, 56, contact. 23. (22) Hiro Matsushita, Japan, Reynard-Toyota, 46, engine. 24. (23) Paul Jasper, Lake Forest, III., Lola- Ford Cosworth, 36, engine. 25. (24) Amd Meier, Germany, Lola-Ford Cos- worth, 23, transmission. 26. (17) Adrian Fernandez, Mexico, Lola-Honda, contact. 27. Dario Fianchittl, Scotland, Reynard-Mercedes, contact. 28. Patrick Carpentier, Canada, Reynard-Mercedes, contact. Indy 500 lineup INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The tentative partial lineup for the May 25 Indianapolis 500, with the driver, hometown or country, car number, chassis-engine, and four-lap qualification average speed In mph (r-rookle; more qualifications May 17-18): Row 1 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 Sospiri, Italy, No. 8, Daliara-Au rora, 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, N.M., No. 27, Dallara-Aurora, 215.207. Row 3 7. r-Jefl Ward, Scotland, No. 52, G Force-AU' rora, 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 Uzier, Vail, Colo., No. 91, Dallara- Aurora, 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. Stephan Grogolre, France, No. 77, G Force-Aurora, 213.126. 14. r-Altonso Glaffone, Biazil, No. 17, Dallara- Aurora, 212.974. 15. r-Kenny Brack, Sweden, No. 4, G Force- Aurora, 211.221. Row 6 16. Lyn St. James,' Daytona Beach, Fla., No. 90, Dallara-lnMi, 210.145, 17. Buzz Calkins. Denver, No. 12, G Foice-Aurora, 209.564. 18. r-Jack Miller, Carmel, Ind., No. 40. Dallara- Inlinili, 209.250. Row? 19. Alessandro Zampedri, llaly, No. 34, Dallara-Aurora, 209.094. 20. Mike Grolf, Pasadena, Calif., No. 10. G Force-lnlinili, 208.537. 21. Roberto Guerrero, Sari Juan Capistrano, Calif., No. 21. Dallara-lnlinitl, 207.371. RowS 22, r-Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Ind.. No. 44. Dallara-Aurora, 210.793. 23. r-Robble Graft, Atlanta, No, 30. G Force- Aurora, 207.792. Golf PGA results DULUTH. Ga. (AP) — Top 10 results with money earnings Sunday ol the $1.5 million Boll- South Classic, played at the 7,259-yard, par-72 TPC at Sugarloaf: Scott McCarron, $270,000 70-69-66-69—274 Lee Janzen, $112,000 69-70-70-68—277 Brian Hennlnger, $112.000 70-71-68-68—277 David Duval, $112,000 60-66-73-72—277 Hal Sullon. $52,688 69-74-68-67—278 Greg Norman. $52.688 70-67-73-68—278 Nick Price. $52.688 66-67-75-70—278 David Toms, $52.688 69-68-70-71—278 Kevin Sutherland, $37,500 71-71 -70-68—280 Bruce Fleisher, $37,500 70-72-70-68—280 Seniors results CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Top 10 results with money winnings Sunday of the $900.000 Home Depot Invitational on the 6,774-yard, par- '2 TPC at Piper Glen (x-won on second hole of sudden-dealh playoff): x-Jim Dent, $135.000 68-70-70—208 Lee Trevlno. $72,000 70-71-67—208 Larry Gilbert, $72.000 68-70-70—208 Hugh Baiocchi, $41,400 70-71-68—209 John Bland, $41,400 70-69-70—209 Jay Sigel, $41,400 73-68-68—209 Kermit Zarley, $41,400 69-69-71—209 DeWitt Weaver, $25,800 68-66-76—210 Walt Morgan, $25,800 70-67-73—210 John D. Morgan, $25,800 66-71-73—210 LPGA results NASHVILLE. Tenn. (AP) — Top 10 results with earnings Sunday from the $675,000 Sara .ee Classic, played on the 6.312-yard, par-72 Heritage Goll Course (x-won on tilth playoff hole): x-Torry-Jo Myers, $101,250 70-67-70—207 Laurel Kean, $54,345 69-72-66—207 Nancy Harvey, $54,345 67-72-68—207 Dale Eggeling, $32.267 71 -69-68—208 Kelly Robbins, $32,267 70-66-72—208 DanaDormann,$21,908 71-71-68—210 Jan Slephenson, $21,908 70-72-68—210 Lisa Kiggens. $13.982 73-72-66—211 ErikaWicoff, $13,982 71-74-66—211 Amy Read, $13,982 73-69-69—211 Tennis Big 12 men NCAA REGION V CHAMPIONSHIPS At Wichita AUBURN 4, KANSAS 3 Singles No. 1 — Pearson, A, del. Abaroa, 6-4, 6-2; No. 2 — Alally, A, del. Avila, 6-3,5-7,6-1; No. 3 — Huss, A, del. Sierra, 6-2, 6-4. No. 4 — suspended; No. 5 — Tucker, K, del. Bourroux, 6-2, 6-4; No. 6 — Llmbart, A, del. Maler, 6-1,6-3. Doubles No. 1 — Abaroa-Avila, K, del. Pearson, Alally, 8-5; No. 2 — Slerra-Urlbe, K, del. Moller-Huss, B-1;No. 3 —suspended. Fishing Bass tournament JACK-POT BUDDY BASS TOURNAMENT At Wilson Lake 1. Pfannenstiel, Salina & Blaha, Detphos, six bass at 27.83 pounds. 2. Braun & Basgall, Hays, six bass at 24.97 pounds. 3. Deeds, Hays & Riltord, Olathe, six bass at 24.86 pounds. Big bass — Petesch & Ration, Meriden, 6.85 pounds. Basketball NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Saturday's results Chicago 100, Atlanta 80 Utah 110, LA Lakers 95, Utah leads series 3-1 Sunday's results New York 77, Miami 73, New York leads series 2-1 Houston 110, Seattle 106 (ot), Houston leads series 3-1 Chicago 89, Atlanta 80, Chicago leads series 3-1 Monday's games Miami at New York, 7 p.m. LA Lakers at Utah, 9:30 p.m. NBA summaries ROCKETS 110, SONICS 106 HOUSTON (110) Barkley 9-19 7-10 26, Elie 4-10 2-2 12, Olaju- won 5-10 1-311, Drexler 5-19 3-3 16, Malonoy 9-19 0-0 26, Willis 4-12 4-5 12, Thread 0-1 0-0 0, Johnson 3-5 1 -1 7. Totals 39-95 18-24 110. SEATTLE (106) Kemp 5-11 1-2 11, Schrempl 7-14 5-6 19, Perkins 2-9 7-7 13, Hawkins 6-12 3-4 17, Payton 9-22 8-8 27, Cummlngs 6-111-413, Wingate 26 0-0 4, Snow 0-1 0-0 0, Mcllvaine 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 38-88 25-31 106. Houston 23 24 27 24 12—110 Seattle 25 28 24 21 8—106 3-Polnt goals—Houston 14-30 (Maloney 8-13, Drexler 3-8, Elie 2-3, Barkley 1-4, Willis 0-1, Threat! 0-1), Seattle 5-19 (Hawkins 2-4, Perkins 2-7, Payton 1-5, Wingate 0-3). Fouled out- Kemp. Rebounds—Houston 62 (Barkley 15), Seattle 56 (Kemp, Cummjngs 9). Assists— Houston 24 (Olajuwon 9), Seattle 24 (Payton 11). Total fouls—Houston 23, Seattle 24. Tech- nicals—Willis, Houston coach Tomianovich, Olajuwon, Johnson, Seattle coach Karl, Cum- mlngs. A—17,072 (17,072). BULLS 89, HAWKS 80 CHICAGO (89) Pippen 8-17 6-8 26, Cafley 4-6 0-0 8, Longley 3-3 0-0 6, Jordan 12-22 3-5 27, Harper 0-3 2-2 2, Kerr 2-6 0-0 4, Williams 3-3 1-2 7, Kukoc 2-5 5-5 9, Buechler 0-1 0-0 0, Rodman 0-1 0-2 0, Parish 0-3 W 0. Totals 34-70 17-24 89. ATLANTA (80) Corbin 0-5 0-0 0, Laettner 8-25 4-6 21, Mu- tombo 2-3 3-6 7, Smith 2-13 10-11 16, Blaylcck 7-19 0-0 16, Hancock 0-1 0-0 0, Henderson 2-5 2-2 6, James 1-3 0-0 3, Recasner 3-7 3-411. Totals 25-81 22-29 80. Chlcsgo 33 22 20 14-89 Atlanta 19 23 11 27—80 3-Point goals—Chicago 4-15 (Pippen 4-7, Kerr 0-1, Buechler 0-1, Jordan 0-2, Harper 0-2, Kukoc 0-2), Atlanta 8-23 (Recasner 2-3, Smith 2-5, Blaylock 2-8, James 1-2, Laettner 1-4, Corbin 0-1). Fouled out—Williams. Rebounds- Chicago 52 (Pippen, Jordan 8), Atlanta 54 (Laettner 12). Assists—Chicago 17 (Pippen, Jordan, Harper), Atlanta 11 (Blaylock 4). Total louls— Chicago 27, Atlanta 24. Technicals—Rodman, Chicago Illegal defense 3, Mutombo. A—16,378 (16,376). KNICKS 77, HEAT 73 UIAUI (73) Mashburn 3-9 0-0 8, Brown 3-7 3-1 9, Mourning 7-13 0-2 14, Lenard 7-15 3-4 22, Hardaway 6-22 2-3 17, Austin 0-2 1-2 1, Crotty 0-1 0-0 0, Majerle 0-3 2-2 2. Totals 26-72 11-17 73. NEW YORK (77) Johnson 2-5 4-6 6, Oakley 3-134-5 10, Ewlng 12-211 -2 25, Houston 4-13 4-4 13, Chllds 1-244 6, Starks 3-9 6-511, B.Willlams 1-2 0-2 2, Ward 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 27-67 22-28 77. Mlnml 24 18 17 14-73 New York 16 18 24 19—77 3-Polnl goals—Miami 10-26 (Lenard 5-9, Hardaway 3-9, Mashburn 2-4, Mourning 0-1, Majerle 0-3), New York 1-6 (Houston 1-4, Starks 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Wiaml 54 (Brown 10), New York 44 (Oakley, Ewlng 11). Assists-Mlaml 16 (Hardaway 8), New York 15 (Starks. Ward 4). Total fouls—Miami 26, New York 17. Technicals—Mourning, Oakley, Childs, Johnson, B.Williarris. A—19.763 (19,763). General Meeting Salina Area Catbackers will meet Thursday noon at KSU-Salina...keynote speaker will be David Campbell, Kansas Slale men's assistant basketball coach. i SPORTS DIGEST Eye of the Tiger The Associated Press Tiger Woods helps young golfer Stephen Reed with his swing during a golf clinic Sunday in Dallas. Woods is in Texas for this week's PGA event, the Byron Nelson Classic — his first tournament appearance since his record-setting Masters performance. He spent time at the L.B. Houston Municipal Golf Course on Sunday giving individual lessons to some of the young clinic attendees. Woods also addressed the group, encouraging them to stay in school, steer clear of drugs and work hard on their golf games. Auto racing RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Paul Tracy had just enough luck and barely enough fuel to win the Rio 400 Sunday for his second consecutive victory on the PPG CART World Series circuit. The Canadian driver escaped a rash of crashes and spin- outs, then took the lead when Bobby Rahal ran out of gas and pitted with two laps remaining, Tracy, driving a Penske-Mercedes, averaged 113.721 mph for 133 laps at the 1.864-mile Emerson Fittipaldi Speedway at the Nelson Piquet Raceway. It was a frustrating afternoon for Rahal, who grabbed the lead early in his Reynard-Ford and seemed headed for his first victory since 1992. "I'm numb," the three-time series champion said after finishing 10th. "My fuel meter said I had more fuel, but it coughed coming out of the curve and I just ran out." MONTE CARLO, Monaco — Michael Schumacher took a gamble that paid off Sunday in the first victory by a Ferrari at the Monaco Grand Prix in 16 years — a triumph that vaulted him to the top of the Formula One standings. A half-hour before the race, as the cars went out for a warmup lap, the two-time series champion ducked into the pits and switched to a backup car set up to race in the rain. The result was his first victory of the year and the 23rd of his career. He was a true student of history. Schumacher had won the race in 1994 and 1995, but last year his Ferrari crashed after less than a lap in the rain. His principal rivals, the Williams-Renault team of pole winner Heinz- Harald Frentzen and Jacques Villeneuve, decided to stay with what they had. The rain began falling harder 10 minutes before the race. Boxing MIAMI — William Joppy wants to keep adding boxing titles to his collection. Francois Botha has ; his eye on one. On Saturday night, both moved closer to their goals with victories. Joppy successfully defended his World Boxing Association middleweight crown with a unanimous decision over Brazil's Peter Venancio. Botha won the newly created WBA North American heavyweight title, knocking out Philadelphia's James Stanton in 10 rounds. In a convincing KO of Stanton, Botha hopes to earn another world title bid. Last November, Botha was stopped by Michael Moorer for the International Boxing Federation heavyweight crown. Despite the loss, Botha was praised for a tough challenge to Moorer and now is a prime player in the division. He is currently ranked No. 2 by the WBA with a 36-1 record. Joppy is setting his sights on possible unification bouts with WBC champion Keith Holmes or IBF ; titleholder Bernard Hopkins. Hockey NEW YORK — The Boston Bruins, who missed the playoffs for the first time in 30 seasons with the league's worst record and were rejected by the man they wanted for a coach, finally got some good news. The Bruins won the NHL draft lottery and will have a shot at the consensus top choice, high-scoring forward Joe Thornton. Boston was just 26-47-9 for 61 points and coach Steve Kasper was fired shortly after the season. The Bruins are currently without a coach after Boston University coach Jack Parker turned down their offer. The Bruins are expected to use the top pick to grab Thornton, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound Ontario native who had 41 goals and 122 points in the OHL this season. Thornton is rated the top prospect by the NHL's Central Scouting Service. 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