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JTUESDAY, MAY 13, 1997 SPORTS THE SAUNA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASKETBALL 8 p.m. — NBA Playoffs. Seattle at Houston TNT, cable 41. 8:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Atlanta at Chica go, TNT, cable 41. BOXING 8 p.m. — Boxing, Buster Douglas vs. Tyrone Boras; Marty Jakubowskl vs. Andre Cray, USA cable 30. RADIO BASEBALL 8:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Boston at Kansas City, KSAL, 1150-AM. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-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, Edmonton 3, Colorado wins series 4-1 CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE Friday, May 16 NY Rangeis at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE Thursday, May 16 Detroit at Colorado. 7:30 p.m. Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE Enst Division W L Pet. QB Baltimore 23 II .676 — New York 21 16 .568 314 Toronto 19 16 .543 4% Boston 15 20 .429 BVi Detroit 15 21 .417 9 Central Division W L Pet. QB Milwaukee 19 14 .576 — Kansas City 17 17 .500 2% Cleveland 17 18 .488 3 Chicago 14 19 .424 5 Minnesota 15 23 .395 6V4 Wast Division W L Pel GB Texas 20 14 .588 — Seattle 21 15 .583 — Anaheim 14 19 .424 5% Oakland 15 22 .405 614 Sunday's results Detroit 11, Cleveland 3 Texas 8, Boston 8 NY Yankees 3, Kansas City 2 Baltimore 9, Seattle 5 Milwaukee 5, Anaheim 2 Chicago White Sox 8, Oakland 5 Toronto 3, Minnesota 2 Monday's results Milwaukee 9, Seattle 8 Minnesota 12, Toronto 2 Texas 4, Cleveland 2 Baltimore 5, Oakland 1 Chicago White Sox at Anaheim (n) Tuesday's games Seattle (Johnson 4-1) at Milwaukee (Mercedes 1-0), 1:05 p.m. Baltimore (Mussina 4-1) at Oakland (Mohler 04), 2:15 p.m. Toronto (Guzman 3-2) at Detroit (Lira 1-2), 6:05 p.m. NY Yankees (Cone 4-2) at Minnesota (Robertson 3-1), 7:05 p.m. Boston (Sele 4-1) at Kansas City (Belcher 43), 7:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Baldwin 1-4) at Anaheim (Langston 1-2), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (Ogea 2-3) at Texas (Oliver 1-3), 7:35 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB 'Atlanta 26 11 .703 — . Florida 21 16 .568 5 Montreal 18 16 .529 6Vi New York 19 18 .514 7 Philadelphia 13 23 .361 1214 Central Division W L Pet GB Houston 20 18 .526 — Pittsburgh 19 18 .514 V4 SI. Louis 16 20 .444 3 Cincinnati 11 24 .314 7% Chicago 10 25 .286 814 West Division W L Pet QB San Francisco 21 13 .618 — Colorado 22 14 .611 — Los Angeles 20 14 .588 1 San Diego 14 20 .412 7 Sunday's results Florida 6, Houston 3 Philadelphia 3, Colorado 1 Atlanta 8, Pittsburgh 2 NY Mete 6, St. Louis 4 Montreal 6, Los Angeles 3,10 Innings San Diego 5, Cincinnati 4,11 Innings San Francisco 11, Chicago Cubs 5 Monday's results Atlanta 10, Pittsburgh 2 Colorado 9. Philadelphia 2 Florida 11, Houston 4 Tuesday's flames . St. Louis (An.Benes 2-1) at Philadelphia (Stephenson 0-0), 6:05 p.m. San Diego (Valenzuela 1-4) at Montreal - (P.Martinez 5-0), 6:35 p.m. San Francisco (Estes 4-2) at Cincinnati (Burba ' 3-3), 6:35 p.m. ' Houston (Hampton 2-3) at NY Mets (Reynoso 2-0), 6:40 p.m. Florida (Saunders 1-1) at Atlanta (Glavine 4- 2),6:40p.m. Los Angeles (Astaclo 3-0) at Chicago Cubs (Mulholland 3-3), 7:05 p.m. American League TWINS 12, BLUE JAYS 2 TORONTO MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl Nixond 5020 Knbten2b 5220 . AGnztz ss 4010 Meares ss 1000 ' Morcedrf 3000 Beckercf 4111 ' Carter 1b 4231 Molllordh 5111 '. Sprgue3b 4021 Coomerdh 1000 CDIgdo dh 4000 GMyrs c 5442 Sntiago c 4000 RKelly if 5132 SGreen If 4010 Brede if 0000 CGrcIa 2b 4010 Lawlon It 4120 Cfcmn tb 5242 TWa*r3b 4011 Hcklngss 5021 Total! 362102 Totll» 44122010 Toronto 010 100 000— 2 Minnesota 331 410 00«—12 E—Sprague (4). LOB—Toronto 8, Minnesota 12. 2B—Carter (6), Sprague (19), Molitor (3), GMyers 2 (3). HR—Carter (3). CS—Nixon (4). SF—TWalker. IP H HER BB SO Toronto Carpenter L.0-1 3 87535 Ftener 5 12 5 5 0 2 Minnesota RadkeW,3-2 7 92207 Ritchie 1 10010 Aguilera 1 00000 T—2:45. A—10,830 (55,883). RANGERS 4, INDIANS 2 CLEVELAND TEXAS abrhbl tbrhbl Grssom cf 4020 Newson If 3000 'TFmdzZb 4010 Ifidrgzc 4000 Thome 1b 4000 Greercf 4000 MaWm3D 4000 JuGnlzdh 3000 Justice If 4010 WClaiklb 3222 JuFrcodh 4220 Palmer3b 3000 Giles rl 2000 LStvns rl 3121 SAImrc 4021 Bulordcf 0000 ' Curtispr 0000 McLmr2b 2000 VizqueliS 3011 Gilss 3111 .MtcneHph 1000 • Totals 34 2 » 2 Totals 2« 4 5 4 'Osvaland 010 000 001—2 'Jtut 000 110 20i—4 . E—Greer(1).DP—Texas).LOB—Cleveland 7, Texas 2. 2B—TFernandez (7), JuFranco (4). ' HR—WCIark 2 (4), LStevens (6), Gil (2). CS— Justice (3). S-McLomore. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland JMcDowell L,3-3 6 32214 Plunk 2 22204 Texas UuikettW.2-2 6 71113 Wulleland 8,9 1 21)11 I'—2:29. A—25,327 (48,100). BREWERS 9. MARINERS 8 SEATTLE MILWAUKEE ab r h bl «b r h bl Cora 2b 5121 OWms If 5322 ARdrgz 55 5230 Bun* rf 3131 Grfy Jr d 4232 Clriflo 3b 3001 EMrtnz dh 5012 Nilsson tb 4101 Buhner rl 4111 Huson 1b 0000 Srreniolb 4000 Mieske rf 5121 RDavts 3b 4 0 0 0 Carr cf 0000 Ducey B 4 2 2 1 JsValtn ss 4110 Mrzarto c 2000 NwftoW dh 4110 DaWlsn ph 1000 Lorotta 2b 3021 Mtheny c 3100 Totals 3» 812 7 Totsh 34 911 7 Seattle 200 011 112-8 Milwaukee 000 710 01 x—9 E—Marzano 2 (2), SSanders (1), Mleske (2). Dojones 2 (2). DP—Milwaukee 1. LOB—Seattle 5, Milwaukee 9. 29—Cora (9), ARodriguez (13). Griffey Jr (7), EMartinez (11), Ducey (3), Bumltz (6). 3B—Bumte (2). MR—Griffey Jr (16), Buhner (5), Ducey (1). SB—GeWilllams (4). CS—Lorefta (2). SF—Cirtllo, Lorelfa. IP H RER BB SO Seattle WolcotlL.2-2 32-3 9 7 4 3 1 SSanders 4 22121 McCarthy 1-300000 Milwaukee D'AmlcoW,1-2 7 75524 Fetters 1 21103 DoJonesS,9 1 32001 T—3:05. A—10,587 (53,192). ORIOLES 5, ATHLETICS 1 BALTIMORE OAKLAND abrhbl abrhbl ByAdsn d 5020 Mshore cf 4010 RAImr 2b 4100 Brnigal ss 3110 EDavis dh 3010 Mgdan 3b 1000 RPmrolb 3110 Cnsecodh 4011 CRIpknSb 3001 McGwr 1t> 4010 Surfiofflf 4111 Berroarf 4000 Holies c 2100 Spiezio 2b 3000 Trasco rf 4113 Broslus 3b 3010 Bordickss 4000 Glamblll 3010 GoWms c 3000 Total* 32 5 6 5 Total* 32 1 6 1 Baltimore 000 410 000-5 Oakland 000 100 000—1 E—Broslus (3). DP—Baltimore 1, Oakland 1. LOB—Baltimore 5, Oakland 4. 2B—ByAnder- son (6), EDavis (9), RPalmeiro (7), Surhoff (5), Boumlgal (3), Canseco (5), Giambi (6). HR— Tarasco(1). SF—CRIpken. IP H RER BB SO Biltlmore KeyW,7-0 72-3 6 1 1 0 0 ABenllez S,3 11-300002 Oakland KarsayL,0-4 6 65514 Reyes 3 00010 T—2:28. A—11,352(43,662). National League ROCKIES 9, PHILLIES 2 COLORADO PHILADELPHIA ibrhbl abrhbl EcYng 2b 4110 Jtferles If 4122 McCkn d 4210 Mmdnl 2b 4020 LWalkrrf 4222 Plntnbrp 0000 Vn Wai rf 1000 Rolen 3b 4000 Glrrga 1b 5221 Daulton if 3010 Bchette II 5134 Hudter rf 1000 ColesSb 4121 Lbrlhalc 4000 Mnwmc 4010 Brognalb 3000 Bates ss 4010 Magee cf 3010 SwDtp 1000 Slockerss 3010 Burke p 2000 BMunz p 0000 DeJean p 1010 Mimbs p 1100 KJordn ph 1000 Otero rf 1000 Totali 39 914 8 Total! 32 2 7 2 Colorado 402 030 000—9 Philadelphia 002 000 000—2 E—Magee (3), BMunoz (1). DP-Colorado 2, Philadelphia 1. LOB—Colorado 5, Philadelphia 3. 28—LWalker (II), Bichette (6), DeJean (1), Magee (4). HR-Bichette (5), Coles (1), Jel- feries (2). SB—McCracken (8), Morandlnl (10). CS—Bichette (2). SF—McCracken. IP H RER BB SO Colorado Swift 22-3 22200 Burke 22-3 5 0 0 0 2 DeJean W, 1-0 32-3 0 0 0 0 0 Philadelphia BMunoz U-5 22-3 9 6 5 0 2 Mimbs 21-3 3 3 3 0 2 RHaros 3 20011 Plantenberg 1 00001 T—2:31. A—12,603(62,586). BRAVES 10, PIRATES 2 ATLANTA PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl Loftoncf 4110 Wmack2b 3021 'uckerrf 5221 KYng3b 2001 ChJnes3b 4332 Alnswrtd 4010 Clontz p 0000 AMartn If 2000 Mrdcalph 1000 MCmgsIf 2000 Brwskl p 0000 Majhsn tb 4010 McGrff tb 5111 Elsterss 2020 Klesko If 2100 Sdwsky p 0000 AJones rl 2010 EBiwn ph 1000 Lemke 2b 4021 Morel p 0000 irttnno 2b 1000 Kendall ph 1010 Itauser ss 1101 Rlncon p 0000 BHiardss 2010 RandaSb 4110 ddPrzc 4122 JGHenrf 4010 GMduxp 3012 Osftc 4130 :mbre p 0000 Sohmdt p 1000 Lckhrt 3b 1000 Sveum ss 3000 ot»l» 39101410 Totals 372122 itlanta 401 041 000—10 Pittsburgh 000 010 100— 2 DP—Atlanta 1, Pittsburgh 1. LOB—Atlanta 6, 'ittsburgh 8. 2B-CnJones (9), AJones (6), GMaddux (1), Oslk 2 (3). HR—Tucker (4), ChJones (4). SB—Womack (13). SF—Blauser. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta GMaddux W.4-1 5 61107 imbree 1 00001 Clontz 1 31101 Borowskl 2 30000 Pittsburgh Schmidt L.1-2 42-3 10 9 9 2 3 Sodowsky 11-32 1 1 0 1 vlorel 2 20001 Rlncon 1 00002 T—2:40. A—12,114(47,972). MARUNS 11, ASTROS 4 HOUSTON FLORIDA ibrhbl abrhbl 3kjgio2b 4130 Mlliard2b 5011 JeBell cf 4232 Rnterla ss 5000 Bgwell 1b 3001 Cnglosi If 3011 LGnzlzlf 4010 Slnfrp 1110 BenySb 4010 Wehnerlf 1000 Abreu rt 4000 Shttield rf 4110 Gterrez ss 4111 Dnwdy H 0100 Asmusc 4010 Aloud 5330 Rynlds p 1000 Bonilla 3b 3222 HSprgr p 1000 AArias 3b 1012 Jmap 0000 Conine 1b 2100 Jstach ph 1000 FHrdia p 1010 Ml p 0000 Zaun c 5133 Hudek p 0000 Rapp p 1000 JMoutn ph 1000 Esnrich If 1101 oUI« 35 410 4 Totals 31111410 Houston 102 000 100— 4 Florida 010 512 021—11 E—Biggio (7), Ausmus (2). DP—Houston 1, Florida 1. LOB—Houston 5, Florida 9.28—Big- glo (10), Berry (4), Alou 2 (8), Bonilla 2 (12). 3B—DeBell (1). HR—DeBell (2), Gutierrez (1). "iB—flonilla (3), Zaun (1). SF—Bagwell. IP H RER BB SO Houston Reynolds L.4-3 31-3 5 6 4 3 2 RSpringer 12-32 1 1 1 2 Lima 132201 Martin 11-30 0 0 1 1 Hudek 2-342200 Florida Rapp 4 43303 StanlferW,1-0 22-3 5 1 1 0 1 Heredia 21-3 1 0 0 0 4 T—2:51. A—15,342(41,855). Wranglers linescore WICHITA 8, TULSA 6 Tulsa 031 020 000 - 6 9 2 Wichila 102 020 30x - 811 1 WP — Rawitzer (1-0). LP — Buckles (0-1). S — Panninglon (2). 2B — T: Murphy, Barkelt, Vessel; W: Mendez, Gonzalez. HR — T: Tails, Vessel; W: Mendez, Carr. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conlaianca All Games W L W L •Ottawa 14 6 26 10 Sethany 13 7 21 21 <ansas Weslsyan 12 8 J6 19 : riends 11 9 21 19 Sterling 5 15 10 23 Tabor 5 15 7 25 f Advances to Great Plains Regional Tourna- inuhl at Minol, N.D. Big 12 tournament BIG 12 CONFERENCE DALLAS (AP) — Rrel found pairings, with oudings, lor the Big 12 Conference baseball Today's schedule TUESDAY, MAY 13 BASEBALL Boston at Kansas Clfy. 7.05 p.m tournament, !o be held Thursday through Sunday at All Sports Stadium In Oklahoma City. Thursday's game* Texas Tech (1) vs. Missouri (6), 11 a.m. Oklahoma (3 or 4) vs. Texas A&M (3 or 4). 3 p.m. Oklahoma State (2) vs. Baylor (5), 7:30 p.m, NCAA II regionals Central Regional At Sioux City, Iowa Thursday, May 15 G«n» 1 — Mankato State, Minn. (32-12) vs Pittsburg State, Kan. (38-16), 1 p.m. Q«m« 2 — Central Missouri State (35-11) vs Game 1 loser, 7 p.m. Friday, May 16 Game 3 — Central Missouri State vs. Game 1 winner, 7 p.m. G«me 4 — Pairings TEA, 1 p.m. Saturday, May 17 Gam» 5 — Pairings TBA. 4 p.m., rl necessary Wast Regional At Chlco, Calif. Friday, May 16 Game 1 — Fort Hays Stale (46-13) vs. Mesa Stale, Colo. (41-15), 3p.m. G«nw 2 — Cal Slate Chlco (45-10) vs. Game 1 loser, 9 p.m. Saturday, May 17 Gam« 3 — Cal Slate Chlco vs. Game 1 winner, 3 p.m. Game 4 — Pairings TBA, 9 p.m. Sunday, May 18 Game 5 — Pairings TBA, 3 p.m., II necessary College polls COLLEGIATE BASEBALL TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The lop 25 teams in the Collegiate Baseball poll, with records through May It, point totals and previous ranking (voting by coaches, sports writers and sports Information directors): Record PU Pv» 1. Louisiana State 45-11 481 1 2. Alabama 44-11 480 4 3. Miami, Fla. 41-15 477 3 4. Georgia Tech 43-1 ( 476 5 5. Stanford 38-16 473 2 6. UCLA 40-17-1 472 8 7. Mississippi State 40-16 465 7 B.TtxilT«ch 43-10 463 6 9. Ftorida State 41-15 461 11 10. Southern California 39-16 456 12 11. Rice 39-14 454 13 12. Auburn 43-12 453 10 13. Oklahoma State 40-15 450 17 14. Oklahoma 35-16 449 It 15. Arizona State 36-20 448 15 16. Florida 36-20 444 — 17. Tennessee 41-15 443 14 18. Santa Clara 37-18 440 20 19. Wichita State 48-14 439 18 20. North Carolina State 39-16 436 9 21. San Jose State 38-19 435 22 22.T»XMA»M 38-18 434 23 23. Washington 41-17 430 — 24. Long Beach Slate 34-22 428 21 25. Cal Stale Fullerton 34-21-1 426 24 BASEBALL AMERICA DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — The Top 25 college baseball teams as determined by the staff of Baseball America magazine with records through May 11 (tie games are not Included In records): Record Pv« I.Louisiana State 45-11 1 2. Miami, Fla. 41-15 3 3. Alabama 44-11 5 4. UCLA 40-17 6 5. Stanford 38-16 2 6.TexaaTech 43-10 4 7, Florida Slate 41-15 B 6. Mississippi State 40-16 9 9. Auburn 43-12 7 10. Southern California 39-18 12 11. Georgia Tech 43-11 17 12. Oklahoma State 40-15 10 13. Arizona State 36-20 13 14. Rice 39-14 16 15. Florida 36-20 19 16. Tennessee 41-15 11 17. SW Louisiana 39-14 15 18. TussAaU 38-18 22 1». Wichita Stat. 44-14 20 20. North Carolina State 39-16 14 21. Long Beach State 34-22 18 22. Oklahoma 35-16 21 23. Santa Clara 37-18 23 24. Cal Slate Fullerton 34-21 24 25.Tulane 37-19 — COLLEGIATE BASEBALL DIVISION II TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Division II Collegiate Baseball poll, with ecords through May 11 and point totals (voting iy coaches, sports writers and sports Informa- ion directors): Record PU I.Tampa 40-14 480 2. Cal State Chlco 43- 9 460 3. Kennesaw State 43-12 446 4. Florida Southern 43-10 438 5. Mount Olive • 36- 8 416 6. North Alabama 40-13-1 398 7. North Florida 39-15 384 8. Georgia College 40-22 372 9. Mercyhurst 40-6 354 lO.Qulncy 38-15 320 11. Fort Hiyi State 45-13 310 12. Shepherd 37- 5 304 13. Central Missouri State 35-11 294 14. Alabama-Huntsvllle 39-11 286 15. Mesa State 41-15 268 16. Central Oklahoma 36-18 248 17. Cal Riverside 39-15 224 18.Adelphi 27-13 204 19. SlU-EdwanMe 33-17 172 20. Delta State 36-20 166 21. Ptttsburg State 38-15 154 22. St. Leo 39-17 144 23. West Georgia 40-15 142 24. Eton 32-14 94 25. Mansfield 34-21 92 State college ALL-KANSAS CONFERENCE Flrat team Pitch*™ — Clay Witt, Bethany; Jeremy McDonnell, Ottawa; Chris Thompson, Ottawa; 'had Bodensteln, Tabor. Outfield — Matt Mlckluleckl, Bethany; Brent iuchanan, Friends; Jackie McBroom, Kansas Wesleyan; Randy Surratt, Sterling. FliH baw — Jamie Sluys, Friends. Second but — Shea Fowler, Kansas Wes- eyan. ShorUtop — Jason Schmelser, Bethany; Joe Sema, Ottawa. Third bate — Pat Williams, Sterling. Utility — Mark Edmonds. Kansas Wesleyan. Catchara — Brad Schrader, Bethany; Josh Robertson, Friends; Rocco TaUey, Kansas Wesleyan. Designated hitler — Jessie Cornwell, Friends. Honorable mention Pltchere — Brad Roberson, Bethany; Heath Lampson, Sterling. OuMWd — Frenchie Buckner, Bethany; Rusty Swingle, Kansas Wesleyan; Joel Lueken, Ottawa; Justin Mem/field, Ottawa; Zach Butler, Sterling. Fire! bue — Ian Evans, Ottawa; Brandon Cochrum, Sterling. Second bate' — Will Conard, Ottawa; Scott Freund, Tabor. Shortstop — Jamie Fowler, Sterling. Third bass — Mike Jackson, Bethany; Mark Wagers, Friends; Cory Blaine, Ottawa. Utility — Corey Blair, Friends; Brent Landgren, Friends; Mitch Loucks, Tabor. Catcher—Jason Atwood, Kansas Wesleyan. Dealgnaled hitler — Ray Schmalz, Ottawa. Player of the year — Mike Stockton, Ottawa. Coach of the year — Jarrod Titus, Ottawa. High school McPHERSON 12, SAUNA SOUTH 11 Salina South 632 000 0 - 11 13 7 McPherson 013 340 1 - 12 9 3 WP — Johnson. IP — Hill (1-3). 2B — SS: Porter, Puvogel, Gordon; M: Crick. HR — SS: Gordon. SALINA SOUTH 16, McPHERSON 4 Salina South 130 74 - 15 17 2 McPherson 111 01 - 4 7 4 WP — Nelson (3-1). LP — Black. 2B — SS: Tomlins, Gordon, Stein; M: Crick. 3B — SS: Charvat. HOISINGTON 13, SE SALINE 4 Hoisinglon 204 042 1 - 13 12 1 SE Saline 002 200 0 - 4 84 WP-Lohmeyer. LP-Tuzicka. 2B-SES: >.Douglas. Tn.Douglas, Tniel; H: Rupp, K/ima. HR-H: lohmeyer. HOISINGTON 12, SE SALINE 4 Holslnglon 020 422 2 - 12 8 0 SE Saline 001 002 1 - 4 10 1 WP-6ales. LP-Harlan. 2B-SES: Knopf; H Evahat, Bates, Lohmeyer. HR-SES: White. Basketball NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Beet-o/-7) Sunday'e results New York 77. Miami 73 Houston 110. Seattle 106 (ol). Houston lead: series 3-1 Chicago 69, Allanta 80, Chicago leads series 3-1 Monday's results New York 69. Miami 76, New York leads series 3-1 LA Lakers at Utah, (n) Tuesday's games Seattle at Houston, 6 p.m. Atlanta at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. NBA summary KNICKS 89, HEAT 76 MIAMI (76) Mashbum 4-12 4-6 12, Brown 4-7 2-6 10 Mourning 5-16 3-8 13, Lenard 2-5 0-0 4. Hardaway 4-10 5-8 14, Austin 0-3 0-0 0, Anderson 1 5 2-2 4, Crotty 3-8 0-0 8, Majerio 3-4 2-2 11. To- lals 26-68 18-32 76. NEW YORK (89) Johnson 6-10 1-1 15, Oakley 3-6 0-0 6, Ewlng 8-13 4-6 20, Houston 4-14 7-7 17, Chllds 2-6 13 5, Slarks 9-12 1-2 21, B.Williams 1-1 1-2 3, Ward 0-1 0-0 0, McCarty 1-1 0-0 2, Wallace 0-1 0-00. Totals 34-67 15-2189. Miami 22 14 16 24—76 New York 23281721—69 3-Polnt goals—Miami 6-18 (Majerie 3-3, Crotty 2-3, Hardaway 1-4, Lenard 0-2, Anderson 0-2, Mashbum 0-4), New York 6-17 (Johnson 2-4, Starks 2-4, Houston 2-5, Ward 0-1, Chllds 0-3). Fouled out—Mourning. Rebounds—Miami 52 (Brown 12), New York 42 (Oakley 9). Assists— Miami 13 (Anderson 4), New York 24 (Chllds 6{. Total fouls—Miami 27, New York 27. Techni- cals—Brown, Crotty, New York Illegal defenses 2, Oakley, Chllds. A—19,763 (19,763). Softball KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FINAL Conference All Games W L W L Kansas Wesleyan 14 1 30 12 Bethany 12 3 21 20 Sterling 87 12 23 Ottawa 5 10 14 19 Friends 5 10 12 25 Tabor 1 14 4 23 State college ALL-KANSAS CONFERENCE Flrat team Bethany — Dunla Gil, 3B-P; Kristin Simoneau, 2B-C; Amy Yonally, CF; Addie Boden, P. Friends — Andrea Barbosa, INF; Pretoria Benson, OF. Ksnsss Wesleyan — Holly Sudbrook, CF; Linda Belcher, SS; Lesley Richey, P; Kary Taylor, P; Melissa Denton, 1B. Ottawa — Heather McMillan, OF; Dee Anna Claytor, 1B; Altela 1 Harper, C-P. Sterling — Lori Fowler, OF; Jennifer Paluch, P; Amanda Brimberry, SS. Tabor — Eunice Henna, 2B. Honorable mention Bethany — Karen Dennis, OF; Nicole Gurney, SS-P. Friends — Jennifer Callahan, 2B; Clare Berger, OF; Dlanne Hennlng, 3B; Jodl McCraken, OF. Kansas Wesleysn — April Roberts, 3B; Erin Stelnkamp, C. Ottawa — Heather Embry, C. Sterling — Tara Mattheyer, 2B. Tabor— Nicole Frlesen, 1B. Coach of the year — Mike Smilfi, Kansas Wesleyan. High school SALINA SOUTH 12, McPHERSON 0 McPherson 000 00 - 0 12 Salina South 129 Ox - 12 16 0 WP-Mltchell (8-1). LP-Nippert. 2B-SS: Wahlgren. 3B-SS: Hannebaum. SALINA SOUTH 12, McPHERSON 2 McPherson 100 01 - 2 54 Salina South 802 02 - 12 11 1 WP-Hamel (8-1). LP-Vemon. 2B-SS: Watson. 3B-SS: Watson 2, Hannebaum. SACRED HEART 13, ELL-SALINE 5 Ell-Saline 030 001 1 — 5 10 8 Sacred Heart 543 011 x—14 14 2 WP — L'Ecuyer. LP — Taylor. 26 — SH: Ash. 3B — SH: Wells. SACRED HEART 21, ELL-SALINE 3 Ell-Saline 11 0 00 — 3 8 4 Sacred Heart 31(16) 1x — 21 16 2 WP — L'Ecuyer. LP — Taylor. 2B — SH: Allen, Wells. 3B —SH: Brown 2. SE SALINE 15, HOISINQTON 3 Hoislngton 020 01 - 3 3 4 SE Saline 345 3x - 15 12 3 WP — Troutletter. LP — Boxberger. SE SALINE 11, HOISINQTON 8 Hoislngton 003 300 2 - 8 9 3 SE Saline 005 501 x - 11 8 3 WP — Troutfetter. LP — Kephart. 2B — H: Kephart; SES: Dupes. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH 16, MCPHERSON 0 McPherson 00000—0 1 Salina South 445 3x—16 15 WP — Harbaugh. LP — Hoeme. SALINA SOUTH 15, MCPHERSON 1 McPherson 00010— 1 4 Salina South 253 5x— 15 13 WP — Campbell. LP — Hoeme. frack ft field High school RUSSELL RELAYS BOYS Team scores Beloit 101 M, Trego 64, Norton 61, TMP-Mari- an 57, Russell 54%, Chapman 51, Minneapolis 36, Belleville 34M, Abilene 33, Scott City 29, Lamed26,Ph!llipsburg9y<. Individual results Javelin — Longoria, Chapman, 183-3; 2. File, Beloit, 178-6; 3. Rich, Lamed, 173-4. Shot put — 1. Seyfert, Beloit, 65-1%; 2. Thompson, Beloil, 55-0; 3. Jones, Chapman, 51- 1V4, Long jump — 1. Spies, Tiego, 21-9V4; 2. Zlegler, Trego, 21-2V4; 3. Hagerman, Lamed, 20-3 V<. Pole vault — 1. Milhon, Russell, 13-6; 2. Slaab, TMP-Marfan, 13-0; 3. Winters, Scott Cily, 13-0. High jump — 1. Lange, Beloit, 6-2; 2. Lull, Belleville, 6-0; 3. Taylor, Abilene, 6-0. Discus — 1. Thompson, Beloit, 163-10; 2. Seylert, Beloit, 159-3; 3. Philpot, Norton, 156-6. Triple )ump — 1. Gray, Beloit, 44-5; 2. Zlegler, Trego, 42-1V4; 3. Rowh, Beloit, 40-0. 3,200m relay — 1. TMP-Marian, 8;07.91; 2. Chapman, 8;17.84; 3. Beloit, 8:30.23. 110m hurdles — 1. Braun, Russell, 14.72; 2. Hagerman, Lamed, 14.89; 3. Stmad, Belleville, 15.39. 100m dash — 1. Spies, Trego, 10.87; 2. Williams, Norton, 11.12; 3. Longona, Chapman, 11.20. 1,600m run — 1. Blochllnger, Minneapolis, 4:34.34; 2. Foltz, Abilene, 4:35.41; 3. Chatlield, Belleville, 4:41.43. 400m relay — 1. Trego, 43.91; 2. Norton. 44.14; 3. Minneapolis, 45.42. 400m dash — 1. Schatfer, TMP-Marian, 51.42; 2. Augustine, TMP-Marian, 52.78. 300m hurdtos — f. Braun, Russell. 40.14; 2. Cox. Norton, 40.77; 3. Gruver, Scott City, 41.18. 800m run — 1. B'ochlinger, Minneapolis, 20068: 2. Bracr), Beloit. ?:01.30; 3 Bohm, TMP-Marian, 2:04.15 200m dmh — 1. Spies. Trego, 22.46; 2 Williams. Morton. 2299; 3. Balluch. Trego, 23.41. 3,200m run— 1. Janke. Chapman. 10:0602; 2. BlocMingcr, Minneapolis, 10:09.15: 3, Foultz, Abilene. 10:12.32. 1,600m relay — 1. TMP-Marian, 3:33.53; 2, Russell, 3:39.22; 3. Norton, 3.43.22. GIRLS Teem scores TMP-Marian 94, Beloit 82, Lamed 65, Scott City 64%, Russell 60, Chapman 55, Norton 53, Trego 23, Minneapolis 18, Belleville 17, Abilene 16, Phillipsburg9'4. Individual results J«velln — 1. Huncovsky, Belleville, 120-5; 2 Newport, Lamed, 116-10.3. Tolend, Beloit. 1102. Long |ump — 1. Vanek, TMP-Marian, 16-1; 2. Roskens, Chapman. 15-8'A; 3. Scanlon, Trego, 15-2 W. Shot put — 1. Holloway, Russell, 43-6'A; 2. Albers, Chapman, 37-1; 3. Huncovsky, Belleville, 36-2. Triple |ump — 1. Thiele, Norton, 35-5y.; 2. Albers, Chapman, 32-9; 3. Balluch, Beloit, 32- 5'A. 800m run — 1. Rome. TMP-Marian, 2:28.30 2. Clauson, Lamed, 2:28.54; 3. Zook, Lamed, 2:33.14. 3,200m run — 1. Osbom, Larned, 12:09.91; 2. McCandless, Scott City, 12:37.14; 3. Hearting, Trego, 12:41.92. 200m daih — 1. Degenhardt, Russell, 26.98 2. Thompson, Scott City, 27.31; 3. Balluch, Be loll, 27.37. 1,600m reliy — 1. TMP-Marian, 4:12.14; 2 Russell, 4:12.65; 3. Beloit, 4:18.76. 100m dssh — 1. Slams, TMP-Marian, 12.89 2. Thompson, Scott City, 13.05; 3. Balluch, Beloit, 13.18. 400m dash — 1. Grace, Beloit, 59.09; 2, Vanek, TMP-Marian, 1:00.09; 3. Zook, Lamed, 1:00.64. 1,600m run — 1. Osbom, Lamed, 5:32.66; 2. Christians, Beloit, 5:45.63; 3. McCandless, Scott CHy, 5:49.64. 400m relay— 1. TMP-Marian, 51.50; 2. Scott City, 51.67; 3. Russell. 52.27. 300m hurdles — 1. Wiley, TMP-Marian, 47.83; 2. Troul, Minneapolis, 47.87; 3. Schrum, Norton, 49.54. High |ump — 1. Trout, Minneapolis, 5-4; 2. Schmidt, Beloit, 5-2; 3. Albers, Chapman, 5-2. Discus — 1. Holloway, Russell, 137-0; 2. Reuslnk, Norton, 113-5; 3. Newport, Lamed, 112-5. 3,200m relay — 1. Beloit, 10:16.7; 2. Scott City, 10:23.66; 3. Lamed, 10:28.11. 100m hurdles — 1. Long, TMP-Marian, 16.31; 2. Wiley, TMP-Marian, 16.68; 3. Stormont, Scott City, 16.81. 900m rally — 1. Russell, 1:51.10; 2. Beloit, 1:52.75; 3. Norton, 1:52.85, Freshman-Sophomore 1-70 LEAGUE At Junction City BOYS Taam scores Junction City 196, Manhattan 115, Salina Central 90, Topeka West 90, Salina South 39, Topeka High 17. Salina results Shot put — 1. Butler, SS, 49-6 V4; 3. Hansen, SC, 37-11'A. 110m hurdles — 2. DeHaven, SC, 18.30; 4. Keopreseuth, SS, 19.20. Long lump —4.Baeza,SS, 18-7'A. 3,2000) relsy — 3. Salina Central, 9:14.41. Javelin — 2. Krug, SC, 131-10; 6. Conard, SC, 105-8.100m dssh — 5. Attanssio, SC, 11.69; 6, Jacobs, SC, 11.75.1,600m run — 3. Atfholder, SC, 5:04.8. 400m relay — 2. Salina Central, 47.20; 5. Salina South, 48.75. Triple Jump — 5. Baeza, SS, 37-'/4. Discus — 1. Butler, SS, 141-6. 300m hurdles — 1. Keopreseuth, SS, 44.62; 3. DeHaven, SC, 44.97; 5. Lovitl, SC, 46.0.600m run — 5. Gray, SC, 2:18.200m dssh — 4. Attana- slo, SC, 28.47; 5. Jacobs, SC, 24,72. 3,200m run — 2. Atlholder, SC, 11:10.12; 4. Johnson, SC, 11:33.89; 5. Smith, SC, 12:12; 6. Blrdsong, SS, 12:23.91.1,600m relay — 2. Salina Central, 3:48.30; 4. Salina Soufh, 3:57.35. GIRLS Team acorea Manhattan 154, Junction Cily 122, Topeka West 75, Topeka High 64, Salina South 53, Salina Central 33. Salina results 100m hurdles — 1. Hallee, SS, 16.75. Long lump — 3. Williams, SC, 14-10 %. Discus — 4. Tangye, SC, 85-1; 5. Baldwin, SC, 83-3%. Javelin — 1. Powell, SC, 98-2; 6. Baldwin, SC, 78-4.1,600m run — 1. McCumber, SS, 6:02.44. Shot put — 4. Tangye, SC, 29-11V4.400m relay — 2. Salina South, 52.82.400m d«lh — 5. Williams, SC, 1:06.98. 300m hurdles — 6. Pratt, SS, 56.00. 800m run — 3. McCumber, SS, 2:46.87. 200m dash — 5. Williams, SC, 28.0.3,200m run — 4. McCumber, SS, 15:13.2. 1,600m relay — 3. Salina South, 4:42.8. Junior high BELLEVILLE MEET BOYS 8th grade Team scores Belleville A 121, Marysville A 109, Concordia 87, Hebron, Neb. 87, Beloit, 29, Chester- Hubbell-Byron, Neb. 23K, Delphos 15, Superior, Neb. 10, Sacred Heart 5, Marysville B 4, North Central 3V4. Sacred Heart results Shot put — 4. Campbell, 404. Discus — 6. Baxa, 114-2. 7th grade Taam scores Delphos 96, Beloit 79, Hebron, Neb. 64, Marysville A 51, Belleville A 45, Concordla 42, Superior, Neb. 36, North Central 26, Chester- Hubbell-Byron, Neb. 21, Sacred Heart 5. Sacred Heart results 100m dash — 5. Taylor, 13.43. 200m dash — 6. Taylor, 28.09. 400m relay — 6. Sacred Heart, 1:00.85.800m relay — 6. Sacred Heart, 2:07.88. GIRLS ethgrad* Team scores Marysville A145, Hebron, Neb. 71, Belleville A 64, Concordla 63, Beloit 27, Delphos 25, Superior, Neb. 19, North Central 8, Chester-Hubbell- Byron, Neb. 7, Belleville B 2, Sacred Heart 1. Sacred Heart result Discus — 6. Mergen, 68-10. 7th grade Team scores Belleville A 90H, Marysville A 78M, Hebron, Neb. 71, Delphos 70 %, Concordia 47, Beloit 32, Sacred Heart 26, Superior, Neb. 18, Chester- Hubbell-Byron, Neb. 1. Sacred Heart raaults 100m dash — 5. Walker, 14.51; 6. Walters, 14.53. 200m dash — 4. Walker, 30.71; 6. Walters, 31.66.400m dash — 4. Neuman, 1:12.60. •00m run — 2. Neuman, 2:47.28.400m relay — 3. Sacred Heart, 1:00.30. Bowling Local results KING LOUIE ALL-STAR LANES MEN Game — 1. Steve Owens 234,2. Bob Whaf- ton 219, 3. Nelson Newell 213, 4. Chris Allison 212, 5. Gary Stuart 210. Series — 1. Owens 627, 2. Allison 562, 3. Wharton 538, 4. Newell 534, 5. George Wilson 529. WOMEN Qama — 1. Cherl Livingston 207, 2. Ruth Morse 198, 3. Marilyn Hormel 193, 4. Rita Fischer 184,5. Julie Wilson 175. Sarlea — 1. Hormel 528, 2. Livingston 521,3. Fischer 508,4. Morse 479,5. Jan Schmidt 457. Auto racing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The top 20 drivers and money winners on the NASCAR Winston Cup circuit through the May 10 Winston 500 Wlnaton Cup points I, Terry Labonte, 1,544.2, Jell Gordon, 1,505. 3, Dale Jarrett, 1,492. 4, Mark Martin, 1,394. 5, Bobby Labonte, 1,329.6, Dale Earnhardt, 1,287. 7, Jeff Burton, 1,277. 8, Ricky Rudd, 1,172, 9, Michael Waltrip, 1,126. 10, Bobby Hamilton, 1,121. II, Ward Burton, 1,098. 12, Rusty Wallace, 1,082. 13, Jeremy Mayfield, 1,068. 14, Johnny ienson, 1,062. 15, Bill Elliott, 1,058.16, Darrell Waltrip, 1,038. 17, Ernie Irvan, 1,038. 18, Ken Schrader, 1,033.19, Sterling Malrln, 1,021. 20, BreltBodine, 1,018. Money 1, Jeff Gordon, $1,050,894. 2. Dale Jarrett, 1918,449. 3, Terry Labonle, $775,164. 4, Jeff Jurton, $727,264. 5. Mark Martin, $601,919. 6, )ale Earnhardt $569,769. 7, Bobby Labonte, $565.639. 8. Rusty Wallace. $536,290. 9, Ricky Rudd, M80.705. 10, Sterling Martin, $475,525. 11, Emir; Irvan, $465,434.12, Bobby Hamilton, $438,5<!5. 13, Bill Elliott, $435,009. 14. Ted Musgrave, $379,749. 15, Geoff Bodlne, $378,804. 16, John Andreltl. $377.099. 17, Michael Waltrip, $373,959. IB, Johnny Benson, $367,474. 19, Ricky Craven, $361,894. 20, Ken Schrader, $360,764. Local results SALINA SPEEDWAY Saturday, May 10,1997 IMCA MODIRED First he«t — 1. Derrick Kllma, Belleville; 2. James F. Murphy, Great Bend; 3. Peck, Manhattan. Second heat — 1, Dave Hardesty, Minneapolis; 2. Brian Knoell, Lindsborg; 3. Tim Echevarrta, Milford. Third best — 1. Kenny Cross, Salina; 2. Roy Emmol, Salina; 3. Jim Withee. Junction City. Fourth heat — 1. Ken Sweet, Wichita; 2. Gary Clements, Bennlngton; 3. Chris Vogan, Saiina. A feature — I. Joe Cleveland, Bennlnglon; 2. Sweet; 3. Vogan; 4. Klima; 5. Murphy. B feature — 1. Jerry Phillips, Gaiva; 2. Larry Sutton, Beloit; 3. Marvin Bradford, Salina; 4. Sieve Burch, Junction City; 5. Todd Plank, Hutchinson. MINI STOCK Flr«t heat — 1. Jerry Hedberg, Lindsborg; 2. Mike Gieber, Belleville; 3. Squirt Betzner, Brookville. Second heat — 1. Johnnie Brown, Brookville; 2. Gary Utley, Salina; 3. Rick Jones, Natoma. Third heat — 1. Mike Porter, Giasco; 2. Christopher Mikesell, Belleville; 3. Larry Gar- rlone Jr., Salina. A feature — 1. Hedberg; 2. Mark Abell, Minneapolis; 3. Brown; 4. Betzner; 5. Gieber. PRO-STOCK First heat — 1. John Hutchinson, Tescott; 2. Jim Jackson, Junction City; 3. Bob Arnold, Salina. Second nest — 1. Dusty Kunlz, Abilene; 2. Kenny Fuller, Salina; 3. C.Dwight Housh, Glen Elder. A feature — 1. Kuntz; 2. John Begnoche, Clyde; 3. Arnold; 4. Fuller; 5. Hutchinson. STRICTLY STOCK First heat — 1. Brian Ryff, Abilene; 2. Troy Kingsbury, Smith Center, 3. Robert Shepard, Ogden. Second nest — 1. John Kohler, Beloit; 2. Ronny Robins, Minneapolis; 3. Greg Mtehels, Concordla. Third best — 1. Dennis Berry, Salina; 2. Troy Davis, Salina; 3. Jerome Thomas, Grandvlew Plaza. A feature — 1. Kohler; 2. Scotty Phillips, Salina; 3. Kingsbury; 4. Rytl; 5. Robins. Tennis High school NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS LEAGUE At Clay Center Team scores Concordla 41, Marysvllia 33, Chapman 29, Abilene 23, Clay Center 17, Wamego 7. Singles No, 1 — 1, Mitchell, Concordla, 5-0; 2. Whaley, Chapman, 3-2; 3. Young, Clay Center, 3-2. No. 2 — 1. Duncan, Abilene, 5-0; 2. Pleper, Chapman, 4-1; 3. Tieking, Concordla, 3-2. Doubles No. 1 — 1. Dummermuth-Ryan, Marysville, 50; 2. Bombardier-Bombardier, Concordia, 4-1; 3. Brooks-Holloway, Chapman, 2-3. No. 2 — I. Sandstrom-Pfelfer, Marysville, 5-0; 2. Henry- Deal, Concordia, 4-1; 3. Deeds-Pfannenstiel, Chapman, 3-2. Wrestling High school USA WRESTLING ALL-STATE 103 - Daniel George, KC Wyandotte; 112 Zach Roberson, BV Northwest; 119 - Bo Maynes, Salina South; 125 - Charlie Huehl, Lincoln; Chas Thompson, Parsons; Travis Vanderver, Arkansas City; 130 - Rob Mouser, Garden City; 135 - Mike Church, Wichita South; Chad Flores, Silver Lake; 140 - Brian Jones, Gardner-Edgerton; Kelly Gabel, St. Francis; 145 - Brandon Pfizenmaler, Clay Center, 152 - Matt Bradshaw, Manhattan; Nathan Lawrenz, Herington; 160 - Mark Berthot, Arkansas City; 171 Scott Coleman, Manhattan; IN - Chris Swisher, Lansing; Joe Nelson, Wichita South; 215 Wes Walker, Ulysses; 275 - Jeff Boyle, Norton. USA WRESTLING ALL-REGION III 103 - Chad Everett, Emporla; Ben Orozco, Ellsworth; Russ Wassenberg, Marysville; 112 Brian Ngo, Concordia; Jason Howard, Halstead; Aaron Georg, Sabetha; Matt Davidson, Smith Center; 119 - Bo Maynes, Salina South; Dustln Spaulding, Emporia; Lucas Porter, Beloit; Caleb Metzler, Newton; 125 - Charlie Huehl, Lincoln; Randy Brown, Emporla; Dickie James, Concordia; Barrett Gagnon, Salina South. 130 - Travis Stiles, McPherson; Jeff Danneburg, Osborne; Josh Engelbert, Beloit; 135 Trent Stefek, Ellsworth; Jimmy Bishop, Junction City; Dusty Howell, Lincoln; 140 - Nate Smith, Abilene; Kurt Knoll, Osbome; Monte Smith, Minneapolis; 145 - Brandon Pfizenmaler, Clay Center; Justin Crabbs, Nickerson, Clint Blehler, Her- Ington; 152 - Matt Bradshaw, Manhattan; Nathan Lawrenz, Herington; Kris Kellhom, SJ Military. 160 - Jeff Lee, Hutchinson; Ben Brakenhoff, Council Grove; Kenneth Walter, Manhattan; Matt Hitey, Emporla; 171 - Scott Coleman, Manhattan; Aaron Lane, Emporla; Chris Augustine, Salina South; 189 - Jarrod Hibler, Halstead; Chris Allen, Salina South; 215 - Damon Parker, Manhattan; Brandon Engstrom, Salina Central; Matt Vogelsberg, Marysville; 275 - Corey Casteel, Abilene; A.J. Polansky, Manhattan; Cody Parks, Minneapolis. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Voided the option of RHP Rocky Coppinger to Rochester of the International League and placed him on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 10. BOSTON RED SOX-Traoed RHP Rfck Trfcek to the New York Mets lor RHP Toby Borland NEW YORK YANKEES-Placed 2B Pat Kelly on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 10. TEXAS RANGERS—Placed RHP Roger Pavlik on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 7. Recalled RHP Matt WhNeslde Irom Oklahoma City of the American Association. National League SAN DIEGO PADRES-Optloned 1B Derrek Lee to Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League. BASKETBALL American Baakctball League NEW ENGLAND BLIZZARD-Named K.C. Jones coach. FOOTBALL National Football League KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Named Terry Bradway director ol player personnel. MIAMI DOLPHINS—Released CB A.J. Johnson and WR Tyrone Williams. HOCKEY National Hockey League COLORADO AVALANCHE—Returned C Josef Marha to Hershey ol the AHL EDMONTON OILERS—Returned D Bryan Muir, D Steve Kelly and LW Joe Hulblg to Hamilton ol the AHL WASHINGTON CAPITALS-Announced the contract ol David Polle, general manager, will not be renewed. COLLEGE DIXIE INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Elected Methodist director ol athletics Rita Wlggs president, effective Immediately. Named Shenandoah director ol athletics Dave Dutton to assume Wlggs' position as vice president. SUN BELT CONFERENCE-Named Unce Boston Director of Compliance Services. ALBANY, N.Y.—Named Don Mlon and Nick Fitzgerald assistant football coaches. ARIZONA STATE—Named Don Newman men's assistant basketball coach. CORNELL—Announced the resignation ol Cheryl Wolf, women's lacrosse coach, effective June 30. DUQUESNE—Announced basketball players Market! Sneed and Rob Johnson have withdrawn from the school. KENTUCKY—Named Tubby Smith men's basketball coach. PENN—Announced It will not renew the contract of Linda Carolhers, sotlball coach. SYRACUSE—Signed Marianna Freeman, women's basketball coach, to a multfyear con- trad extension. VANDEHBILT—Announced it will give up a wrtfi In the Southeastern Conference baseball ournament for using an ineligible player. SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing INDIANAPOLIS — Arie Luyendyk's preparations for racing in the Indianapolis 500 look much the same as his preparations for qualifying. The 1990 Indy winner, who will start from the pole in the May 25 race, was again the quickest driver on the track Monday as practice resumed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In fact, his Aurora- powered G Force has been fastest each day since practice opened May 6. Luyendyk, who won his second Indy pole Saturday with a four-lap average of 218.263 mph, led the 18 drivers who made it onto the 21/2-mile oval Monday with a lap of 217.103. The closest anyone could come to that was 216.092 by Treadway Racing teammate Scott Goodyear in the cool, calm final moments of the session. INDIANAPOLIS — Scott Sharp will miss the Indianapolis 500 because of a head injury sustained in a practice crash. The 29-year-old racer from Danville, Calif., was knocked unconscious when he slammed into the wall Friday during practice for the May 25 race. He quickly regained consciousness, but was hospitalized overnight. Sharp was back at the speedway on Saturday, hoping to be cleared to drive by early this week. But a subsequent CAT Scan revealed a small brain contusion. Baseball NEW YORK — Todd Hundley of the New York Mets and Roger Clemens of the Toronto Blue Jays won National League and American League Player of the Week awards on Monday. Hundley batted .444 with three home runs and 11 RBI. He went 8-for-18 with 19 total bases and a 1.056 slugging percentage, scoring six runs. He is the second straight Mets player toi win the award, following pitcher Rick Reed. Clemens won two games, allowing 13 hits and striking out 24 batters. He finished the week with a 2.81 ERA. ..,, Basketball ATHENS, Ga. — With Tubby Smith off to Kentucky, Georgia athletic director Vince Dooley says he has two or three candidates in mind to become the school's next basketball coach. "There's no timetable," Dooley said Monday • about 90 minutes after Smith accepted the Kentucky coaching job. Dooley declined to name any candidates but said he has had some inquiries. He said he would consider some of the coaches who were on his list two years ago when Smith was chosen. Among those regarded as possibilities are Perry Clark of Tulane, Dave Odom of Wake Forest, Herb Sendek of North Carolina State, Mack McCarthy of Chattanooga and Kevin Stallings of Illinois State. Dooley added that consideration will be given to Georgia assistant Ron Jirsa. HARTFORD, Conn. — K.C. Jones, the former NBA coach and Celtics great who earned 12 championship rings, was hired Monday as head coach of the New England Blizzard — a coup for the fledgling women's league. The American Basketball League and the Blizzard said they would hold a news conference Tuesday to welcome the NBA Hall of Famer into the fold. Jones, an assistant with Boston last year, wore the Celtic green from 1958-67 — eight of them title seasons. He SMITH won two more titles as an assistant coach (one with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1972). And then, as the Celtics' head coach, he won two more, posting the best regular-season (.751) and playoff (.637) winning percentage in team history. Football OLYMPIA, Wash. — Prospective Seattle Sea- hawks owner Paul Allen isn't hiding the public's $300 million share of his proposed football stadium, but so far he's not going out of his way to highlight the bottom line, either. Allen's team won a key court battle Monday, defeating an effort by stadium foes to rewrite the ballot question that will be put to Washington state voters June 17. Thurston County Superior Court Judge Paula Casey agreed with Allen that it won't be necessary to mention the $300 million in the 25-word question. Allen also didn't mention the public's total investment in the $425 million project in a full-page advertisement that ran Monday in newspapers across the state. Critics accused the Microsoft billionaire, who plans to buy the team if voters agree to build a new stadium, of manipulating the state to get what he wants. Tennis BERLIN — Katrina Habsudova of Slovakia coasted and American Mary Joe Fernandez struggled Monday as both players reached the second round of a German Open boasting one of its strongest fields. No. 9 Habsudova and No. 10 Fernandez were the top seeds to play on the first, day of the $927,000 tournament, which has 16 of the world's top 20 players. Habsudova beat 17-year- old wild card Sandra Kloesel of Germany 7-5, fe-3. Fernandez needed three sets to beat Italy's Flbra Perfetti, who is winless on clay this year. Fernandez, who has twice reached the semifinals of the French Open, ousted the world's No. 56 player, 64, 3-6, 6-1. Top-seeded Steffi Grafs comeback from a knee injury that sidelined her for 100 days has drawn most of the attention at the tournament, which also features Jana Novotna, Lindsay Davenport and Mary Pierce. The world's No. 1 player, Martina Hingis, was forced to withdraw after injuring her knee in a fall from a horse. Graf, looking for her 10th German Open title, will first see action in singles today or Wednesday against Chanda Rubin after a first-round bye. The American ousted Patricia Hy-Boulais of Canada 7-5, 6-2. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 913-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913-862-7223. Kansas City Chiefs ticket office '... 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