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D2 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL • ajn. — Major League Baseball, Colorado at Pittsburgh, FSN, cable 55. BASKETBALL » n.m. — NBA Playoffs, Houston at Seattle, TNT, OW841. FOOTBALL t p.m. — Australian Rules Football, Round 6 highlights, ESPN2, cable 39. GOLF 3 pjrt. — PGA Golf, Byron Nelson Classic, USA. cable 30. HOCKEY 7:30 p.m. — NHL Playotls, Detroit at Colorado, ESPN, cable 38. TENNIS 2:30 p.m. — Men's tennis. Italian Open, ES- PN, cable 38. RADIO BASEBALL 6:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Detroit It Kansas City, KSAL, 1150-AM. Baseball MLB standings Baltimore New York Toronto Detroit Boston AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L 25 11 16 17 22 22 PcL .694 Central Division Milwaukee Kansas City Cleveland Chicago Minnesota Seattle Tens Anaheim Oakland W 19 19 18 14 15 Waal Division W 22 21 16 15 .590 .541 .421 .405 PcL .559 .528 .486 .400 .375 PcL .595 .583 ,457 .385 GB 3Vi 5VS 10 1014 QB 1 2V5 5Vi 7 GB Tuesdsy's results Seattle 2, Milwaukee 1 Baltimore 7, Oakland 3 Detroit 4, Toronto 0 Kansas Ctty 9, Boston 0 NY Yankees 11, Minnesota 2 Cleveland 7, Texas 3 Anaheim 8, Chicago White Sox 7 Wednesday's results Toronto 7, Detroit 2 NY Yankees 6, Minnesota 5,12 Innings Texas 4, Cleveland 3,10 Innings Kanui City 6, Boston 2 MNnukee at Oakland, (n) Baltimore at Anaheim, (n) Chicago White Sox at Seattle, (n) Thursday's games Chicago White Sox (Drabek 2-3) at Seattle (Fassero 4-1), 5:35 p.m. Detroit (OffVares 2-2) at Kansas City (Appier 42), 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Rogers 2-1) at Texas (Albeno 0-0), 7:35 p.m. Baltimore (Kamlenleckl 2-1) at Anaheim (Dickson 5-1), 9:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Karl 1 -5) at Oakland (Telgheder 02), 9:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L PcL GB Atlanta 26 13 .667 — Florida 23 16 .590 3 Montreal 20 16 .556 4VS New York 20 19 .513 6 Philadelphia 14 24 .368 ttK Central Division Pittsburgh Houston Si Louis Chicago Cincinnati W 20 21 17 11 11 PcL .626 .525 .447 .297 .297 West Division GB 3 8'A GB W L Pet San Francisco 23 13 .639 — Colorado 22 IS .596 1)4 LOS Angelas 21 15 .583 2 San Diego 14 22 .389 9 Tuesday's mult* Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 2 Montreal 7, San Diego 3 San Frandsco 4, Cincinnati 1 NY Mats A, Houston 3 FlOftda 11, Atlanta 5 Chicago Cubs 2, Los Angeles 1 Wednesday's results Montreal 9, San Diego 7 Los Angeles 6, Chicago Cubs 4 Si Louis 12, Philadelphia 3 Houston 1, NY Mats 0 Pittsburgh 15, Colorado 10 Florida 4, Atlanta 3 San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 2, 10 Innings Thursday's games San Diego (Hitchcock 3-3) at Chicago Cubs (Castillo 1-5), 1:20 p.m. Colorado (Bailey 4-2) at Pittsburgh (Cordova 2-3), 6:05 p.m. San Frandsco (VanLandtngham 1-2) at Montreal (Hermanson 1-2), 6:35 p.m. Loe Angeles (Vaktes 1-4) at Cincinnati (Morgan 0/4), 6:35 p.m. American League ROYALS 6, RED SOX 2 MCTON KANSAS CITY ibrhbl abrhbl Orcprrss 4110 Otfmn2b 4122 Cidsrolf 5010 JBellss 2112 fctttfllll) — 419 SCOREBOARD Naulfy 2-300000 Peltitte pitched to 4 batters in the 7th. WP—FRodrlguez. PB—Glrardl. Umpires—Home. Hirschbeck; First, O'Nora; Second, McKean; Third, Hendry. T—4:09. A—17,660 (55,883). BLUE JAYS 7, TIGERS 2 TORONTO DETROIT abrhbl 5120 5011 5120 5330 3100 3000 3126 4020 4000 Nixon cf Bmfldlf Merced rt Carter dh Sprgue 3b CDIgdo 1b O'Brien c Brilo ss CGrclfl 2b BLHntr cf Easley 2b Hggnsn H ToCIrk 1b FrymnSb Ntavas rf Hmelin dh BJhnsn c Csnova c DCruzss Totals ab r h bl 4000 3100 4010 4100 4011 4020 3010 2000 1000 3000 Totals 37 712 7 Totals 32 I S 1 Toronto 010 100 041—7 Detroit 200 000 000—2 E—CGarcla (3). I_0&-Toronto 7, Detroit 4. 2B—Nixon (3), Brumfieid (3). Carter (7). HR— O'Brien (2). SB—Nixon (17). CS—Hlgginson (3), SF—O'Brien. IP H RER BB SO Toronto HentgenW,4-1 9 52018 Detroit Moehler L.2-3 7 95536 MMyers 1 11101 ToJones 1 21101 Moehler pitched to 3 batters In the 8th. Umpires—Home, Welke; First, Kaiser; Second, Brlnkman; Third, Cousins, T—2:41. A—11,788(52,416). Today's schedule THURSDAY, MAY 14 BASEBALL Ell-Salina * Canton-Gafva at Sacred Heart. 2 p.m. Detroit at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. GOLF Sacred Heart at CVL tournament at Herfngton SOFTBALL Hutchinson at Sallna South. 3:30 p.m. Ell-Saline at Russell, 4:30 p.m. WP - Craig Norn's (2-4). LP - Oakes. 2B TH: Allegiuccl. Wholpley, Watklns; SC: Wallace. Softball Daal MValdas W.1-2 Urbina LSmllh S,3 2-3 t 1-3 2-3 1-3 Scon pitched lo 2 baiters in the 7lh, Long pitched lo 2 bailers In the 8th, DVeres pitched to 1 batter In (he 7lh. HBP—by Long (Sanlangelo), by Scott (Lansing), by Scott (Grudzielanek), by TiWorrell (Juden). WP—Hollman. Umpires—Home, Relilord; First, Vanover; Second, Darling; Third, Quick. T—3:23. A—11.202(46,500). RANGERS 4, INDIANS 3 CLEVELAND TEXAS sbrhbl 5020 4110 2112 4000 3011 4010 3000 4010 4110 Grssomcf TFmdz 2b Thome 1b MaWm 3b Justice If JuFrco dh Giles r( Orders c Vlzquel ss Newson II IRdrgz c Greer cl JuGnlz dh Buford pi WCIark 1b Palmer 3b LStvns rf Slmms rf BHipkn 2b Gllss Total! abrhbl 5000 5130 4111 4132 0000 5130 4010 3000 2000 4001 4020 Totals 33 3 8 3 Totals 40 413 4 Cleveland 000 100 110 0—3 Texas 000 001 020 1—4 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Thome (2), Giles (2). DP—Cleveland 1, Texas 3. LOB—Cleveland 4, Texas 11. 2B— Justice (10), Greer (11), JuGonzalez (2). 3B— IRodriguez (2). HR—Thome (7), JuGonzalez (4). SB— (Rodriguez (3). CS-^uFranco (3), IRodriguez (1). SF—Thome, BRIpken. IP H HER BB SO Cleveland Nagy 71-3 9 3 3 2 4 Plunk 1-30000 1 Morman 1-300000 MJackson 2-320001 Assenmacher 1-30 0 0 0 0 ALopezL,0-2 2-321 1 10 Ttxis Witt 873334 Wetteland W.2-0 2 10003 Umpires—Home, Barrett; First, Garcia; Second, Ford; Third, Railly. T—3:10. A—30,268 (49,178). National League PIRATES 15, ROCKIES 10 COLORADO PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl EcYng 2b 4211 Wmack 2b 4132 Burkscf 5221 Alnswtcf 4210 LWalkr rt 5121 AMartn If 4224 Glrrga tb 5232 MaJhsn 1b 4)11 Bchette It 4000 Elster ss 5011 McCkn cf 1001 Kendall c 4222 Casl)lla3b 3112 JGIIenr) 4210 Mnwm c 4110 Randa 3ta 3210 Weiss ss 2112 Loalza p 2101 Wright p 1000 Sveumph 1001 Dipoto p 0000 Wnhuse p 0000 VnWalph 1000 MCmgsph 1100 McCrry p 0000 MWIks p 0000 MMunz p 0000 KYng ph 1112 SReedp 0000 Loisellep 0000 BRutln p 0000 Total* 35101110 Colorado Pittsburgh Total* Stsnlsydfi 2 0 1 0 King 1b 3011 Wiring 3b 3000 COavis an 3121 JtlValbi 2b 3020 Cooper 3b 3000 Pmtxtn if 2000 MiSwy c 3 11 0 Jflnonph 0001 TGdwincf 4120 Oliy it 1000 Damon rt 3100 rttnanc 4000 Msokcf 2010 Buggcf 2010 Tat* 32 2 10 1 Total) 29 6 9 6 •oston 000 001 001—2 Kansas City 100 000 41*— 6 E— Haselman (3), Damon (1). DP— Boston 1, Kansas City 4. LOB— Boston 9, Kansas City 7. 28— Stanley (3), Offerman (5). 38— Garcia- parra (3). HR— CDavis (4|. SB— Roberts (5), King (5), TGoodwin 3 (12). CS— Offerman 2 (3). C0«vti (1). SF— Jeflerson. H> H HER BB SO 37151314 015 000 121—10 120 020 191—15 E—Galarraga (4), Wright (1). DP—Colorado I, Pittsburgh 1. LOB—Colorado 5, Pittsburgh II. 28—Galarraga (7), Castllla (3), Weiss (7), Allensworth (8), KYoung (3). 38—Galarraga (1), Randa (1). HR—EcYoung (2), AMartln (4). SB—Womack (14). S—Wright. SF—Castilla. IP H RER BB SO Colorado Wright 4 55482 Dipoto 1 10000 McCurry 12-3 1 1 1 0 0 MMunoz 1-332201 SReedL,0-2 t-3 2 4 4 2 0 BRutlin 2-313321 Pittsburgh Loalza 5 66623 Wainhouse 2 11111 MWilklnsW.3-0 1 22220 Lolselle 1 21100 Wright pitched to 3 batters in the 5th, MMunoz pitched lo 2 batters In Ihe 8lh. HBP—by Wright (JGuillen). WP—McCurry, BRuffin. Umpires—Home, HlrschbecK, M.; First, Williams, C.; Third, Rippley. T—3:28. A—11,841 (47,972). MARLINS 4, BRAVES 3 FLORIDA ATLANTA abrhbl 5021 5022 4111 5000 3010 4010 — 3 -0-2-0- CJhnsn c 3000 0100 3210 0000 1000 0000 0000 Abbott 2b Rntorla ss Dnwdylt Alou cl Conine 1b Bonilla 3b Lotion cf TuckerH ChJnes3b McGrtflb AJonesrt JLopezc •brhbl 4121 5010 4021 5000 3000 4010 4-4-0-0,- Zaunc KJBwnp FHrdia p Cnglosi ph Powell p Nenp Whlersp Blauser ss Neagle p LcWittph Beteckip Embre p MrdcaJ2l> Grtfnno pr Totals WaWWkjL.1-2 Kansas City Hutch HVeresW.M PtchafdoS.6 61-3 2-3 1 51-3 12-3 2 RVerea pitched to 2 batters In the 8th. HBP—oy RVeres (Stanley), by Wakelield (WSweeney). WP—Wakefield, RVeres, Plchar- do. Umpires—Home, Bamett; First, Kosc; Second, Cla* Third, Morrison. T-2:52.A-13,254 (40,625). YANKEES 8, TWINS 6 NfWVORK MINNESOTA abrhbl 6020 KnWcri 2b 2100 Lawtonlf 0100 1000 5000 6122 5122 6110 0000 6121 5030 5000 0000 4120 2011 1 0 0 0 0000 0000 1010 0000 Totals 36 410 4 Totals 36 310 3 Florida 001 001 200—4 Atlanta 001 200 000—3 E—Tucker (1), McGritf (3). DP—Florida 1, Atlanta 1. LOB—Florida 9, Atlanta 10.2B—Abbott 2 (3), KJBrown (1), JLopez (9). 38—Blauser (3). HR—Dunwoody (1). SB—Lofton 2 (14). CS— Bonilla (1). IP H RER BB SO Florida KJBrownW,4-2 6 73327 FHerodla 1 10001 Powell 1 00011 NonS.10 I 20012 Atlanta DODGERS 6, CUBS 4 LOS ANGELES CHICAGO ab r h W Hlndswcl 5000 McRaed 512 3010 3120 3123 3000 4110 3010 0000 0000 0000 0000 2010 2222 0000 abrhbl 5121 4010 1010 5221 2000 2110 1000 4000 1000 2000 4001 2000 0000 0000 0000 1000 Totals 33 612 6 Totals 34 4 7 3 Los Angeles 000 000 222-8 Chicago 000 210 100—4 E—Zelle (8). DP—Los Angeles 1, Chicago 2. LOB—Los Angeles 5, Chicago 8. 2B—Gagne (9), Anthony (1), Uriano (2). HR-Wondesi (8), Llriano (t), McRae (4), MaGrace (5). SB—Sosa (4). CS-Mondesi (2), WGuerrero (2). S—Castro. SF—Mondesi. Gagne ss Piazza c <arros 1b ^ndesi rt Zelle 3b Anthnytl WGrero 2b Hallp Rdnsky p Osuna p Caslro 2b RMrtnz p Uriano 2b ToWhl p Dnslon ss Snchez ss MaGrc Ib Sosarf Hansen 3b JHmdz 3b Sndorg2b Kschncll Glnville If Servals c Trchsel p TAdms p Wndell p Rojas p DCIarkph Totals Cleveland 000 301 003—7 Texas 012 000 000—3 E—SAIomar (6), Ogea (3). McLemore (5). LOB—Cleveland 11. Texas 13. 2B—MaW- illiams (12), Justice (9), TFemandez (8), Newson (3), Palmer (8), LSlevens (6). HR—MaW- Illlams (10). JuGonzalez (3). IP H RER BB SO Cleveland OgeaW,3-3 61-3 Kline 1-3 MJackson t Assenmacher 1-3 Mesa Morman S, 1 Texas OOllverLH Whiteslde XHemandez Vosberg Patterson 2-3 1-3 52-3 21-3 0 1-3 2-3 Whlteside pitched lo 1 baiter In Ihe 9th, XHer- nandez pitched to 3 batters In the 9th. WP—Ogea 2. Umpires—Home, Heilly; First, Barrett; Second, Garcia; Third, Ford. T—3:33. A—31,798 (48,100). YANKEES 11, TWINS 2 NEW VORK MINNESOTA ab r h bl Raines If 3110 Pose If 2000 Jeter ss 6020 BeWmscf 5222 TMrtnz 1b 4132 Whiten dh 4210 0'NelH it . 3231 Hayes 3b 1101 Duncan 2b 5122 Glrardl c 5112 IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles RMartlnez 6 43144 Hall 021100 Radinsky 1-300010 Osuna W.1-0 12-3 0 0 0 0 2 ToWorrellS,11 1 10000 Chicago Trachsel 61-3 6 2 2 2 1 TAdams 1 42210 Wendell 2-300000 Ro]asL,0-2 1 22200 Hall pitched to 2 batters In Ihe 7th. Umpires—Home, West; First, Winters; Second, Layne; Third, Hernandez. T—3:04. A—24,441 (38,756). CARDINALS 12, PHILLIES 3 ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA sbrhbl abrhbl Claytonss 5122 Jfferleslf 5120 DeShld 2b 6120 Mmdnl 2b 3010 Eckrslyp 0000 RolenSb 4011 McGeerf 4111 Daultonrf 3111 Shaffer rf 0000 Lbrthal c 4010 LnWrdcf 5232 Brogna Ib 4111 Franklin H 4231 Mageecf 3000 Gulan 3b 5201 Amaro ph 1010 DIfellcec 5121 Stacker ss 4000 MkSwylb 2000 Madurop 2000 QaettlIb 3123 Mimbsp 0000 Sttlmyrp 3011 RHrrisp 0000 Lmpkin ph 1000 Otero ph 1010 Ptkvskp 0000 Plntnbrp 0000 Gallego2b 1110 Ryanp 0000 DeMayph 1000 Total* 44121712 Totals 35393 SL Louis 000 233 004—12 Philadelphia 100 101 000— 3 E—DeShlelds (5), Rolen (4), Dautton (2). DP—St. Louis 2. LOB—St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 7.2B—Clayton (15), Gaettl (6), Stottlemyre (1), Amaro (2). 38—DeShields (4). HR—Clay- Ion (4), LanWord (6). FranWIn (1), Gaelti (3), OauHon (4), Brogna (4). SB—Stacker (4). IP H HER BB SO SL Louis SttlmyrW,2-2 6 53317 Pelkovsek 2 30010 Eckersley 1 10001 Philadelphia Madura L.3-4 42-3 9 5 5 3 2 Mints 11-34 3 3 0 3 RHarr/s 1 00001 Plantenberg 1 00001 Ryan 1 44401 Umpires—Home, Davidson; First, Bonln; Second, Gregg; Third, Pulli. T—3:13. A—14,799 (62,586). ASTROS 1, NETS 0 HOUSTON NEW YORK abrhbl 3120 Everettcf 4010 AlfonzoSb 4000 3000 3000 0001 4010 3010 3020 3000 0000 30 1 7 1 Spiers 2b JMouIn cf Bgwell tb LGnzlzlf Berry 3b Blgglo2b Abreurf Esebioc Glerrez ss Kilep BWgnr p Totali Houston New York ab r h bl 40(0 4000 3000 0000 4010 3000 4010 4000 3000 2010 0000 31 04 0 000 000 001—1 000 000 000-0 Olerud 1b McMhlp Hndleyc Gllkey II Baerga 2b Huskey rf O.'dnez ss RRsedp MFrco 1b Totals E—Ordonez (2). DP—New York 4. LOB— Houston 5, New York 7. 2B—Spiers (6), JMou- ton (4), Hundley (7), RReed (3). SF—Bigglo. IP H RER BB SO Houaton Kile W.3-2 BWagner S,9 New York RReed McMichael L.3-3 Bieleckl L.1-3 12-33 2 1 2 0 Embrea 1-300010 Wohlers t 0 0 0 t 1 Umpires—Home, Marsh; First, Wendelstadt; Second, Kellogg; Third, Poncino. T—2:56. A—38,902 (50,000). Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Hallion; Second, Montague; Third, Bell. T—2:28. A—13,051 (55,601). GIANTS 4, REDS 2 SAN FRANCISCO CINCINNATI ab r h bl ab r h bl 6021 DSndrs cf 4000 4010 CGdwin It 4 0 t 0 5000 RSndrs rf 4111 3121 WGme 3b 4 1 2 t 4110 Tbnsee c 4010 4110 EduPrc tb 4 0 t 0 0000 Boone 2b 3010 4110 Shawp 0000 4010 Pndlton ph 1000 1000 Rmlngr p 0000 0000 Bmlleyp 0000 3000 Reese ss 4000 0000 Schrekp 2010 1010 Belinda p 0000 0000 Brnson 2b 1010 0000 JOIverph 1000 0001 39 410 3 Totals 36 2 8 2 Knbfch 2b Coomer 3b Becker ct Molilordh RKelly rf Brede rf Uwtonlf Stnbchc GMyrsc TWalkrSb Clbmn Ib Hcklngss Totals abrhbl 4141 1000 5 0 4 0 4 0 000 1 0 4 0 3 0 1000 4010 4000 4110 Totals 38111510 Totals 3t 211 2 NewYonV TOO 117 010-11 Minnesota 110 000 000— 2 E—ocelli (j). DP—New York 1, Minnesota 2. LOB—Mew York 10, Minnesota 10.2B—Whiten (7), O'Neill (14), Glrardi (7), Lawton (13). HR— BeWilllams (7), TMartlnez (15). SB—Stalnbach (2). CS-flalnes (2). SF—Hayes. High school SALINA CENTRAL 5, MANHATTAN 4 Manhattan 202 000 0 - 4 7 1 Salina Central 000 202 1 - 5 8 4 WP —Wilson. LP — Umscheid. 2B — M: Wilson. 3B — EC; Glnther 2. MANHATTAN S, SALINA CENTRAL 2 Manhattan 220 010 0 - E 9 1 Sallna Central 200 000 0 - 2 7 2 WP — Hill. LP — Moreen. 2B — SC: Glnther. 3B — M: Hill. Junior varsity MANHATTAN 12, SALINA CENTRAL 1 Manhattan 108 03 —12 8 0 Central 000 10— 125 WP - Phelps. LP - Magee. MANHATTAN 15, SALINA CENTRAL 5 Manhattan 261 22 —15 6 4 Central 100 40— 5 3 12 WP - O'Neil. LP - Smith. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE Friday's gam* NY Rangers at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE Thursday's gsme Detroit at Colorado, 7:30 p.m. Basketball Nelson 48-42-88. Sallna Central - Ryan Rackley 40-44-84, Andy Frank 40-50-90, Pal Draler 47-44-91. Junction City - Joo Moon 40-45 -«5, Ron Moreffi 45-40-85, Brian Peterson 43-47-90, Mike Ned 52-47-99. Sallna South - Ryan Shriver 48-43-91, Tim Blaka 43-4M2. Anthony WMttecar 48-49-97, Kyle Jensen 47-51-98. Topeka High - Ben Rotz 42-41-83, Aaron Grtll 43-44-87, John Applehans 44-47-91, Brett Lundberg 48-43-91, Justin Rocha 50-52-102. Horse racing Preakness odds PREAKNESS STAKES The field for Saturday's 122nd Preakness Stakes, with post position, horse's name, lock- ey's name and odds: 1.a-JackAtlheBank 2. Wild Tempest 3. a-Hoxie 4. Free House 6, Touch Gold 6. Concerto 7. Silver Charm 8. Frisk Me Now 9. Captain Bodglt 10. Cryp Too McCauley Bravo Santos Desormeaux McCarron Smith Stevens King Soils Lopez a-Robert Perez owned entry. 50-1 20-1 50-1 9-2 5-1 12-1 9-5 15-1 2-1 30-1 General IP New York ConeW,5-2 Lloyd Stanton Minnesota Robertson L.3-2 Jarvls Trombley Guardado Naulty H RER BB SO 7 1 1 5 2-3 11-3 1 1 10 1 0 5 4 3 3 0 Robertson pitched to 1 baiter In the 6th. HBP—by Guardado (Hayes). WP—Robertson, Jarvis, Trombley. Umpires—Home, Hendry; First, Hlrschbeck; Second, O'Nora; Third, McKean. T—3:24. A—15,082 (55,883). ANGELS 8, WHITE SOX 7 CHICAGO ANAHEIM abrhbl sbrhbl Phillips rt 4110 Erstad Ib 5020 Drhamdh 3100 Edmndcl 3111 5212 Ho»lns3b 3100 5021 Leyrtlzc 2111 3110 Fbrgasc 2010 1000 Salmon rf 4 t 0 0 0000 QAndsn It 5110 5110 EMnydh 3121 5111 Alk»a2b 4122 4021 DiScnass 4132 4021 39711 6 FThmsIb Belle » SnopekSb Bates ph DLewispr Cmeronct NMartn2b Kreuter c OGuiln ss Totals Chicago Anaheim Totals 35113 7 201 000 031—7 007 000 10>-8 E—OGulllen (7), Hollins 2 (9). LOB—Chicago 9, Anaheim 10. 2B-Fabregas (1), Alteea (6), DISarclna 3 (7). HR—FThomas (5). CS— Kreuter (1), Hollins (1). SF—Edmonds. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Baldwin L.1-5 62-313 8 6 4 0 LThomas 1 00010 Karchner 1-300010 Anaheim Langston W.2-2 6 63215 Hote 1 00010 PHarris 2-333312 DaMay 0 t 0 0 0 0 James S,4 11-3 1 1 0 1 1 DaMay pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. Umpires—Home, Coble; First, McClettend; Second, Culbreth; Third, Cederstrom. T—3:18. A—14,806 (34,687). Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS Eastern Division W 20 19 18 14 PcL .556 .514 .474 .378 GB 1V4 3 6'A NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-o(-T) Tuesday's results Seattle 100, Houston 94, Houston leads sertes 3-2 Chicago 107, Atlanta 92, Chicago wins series 4-1 Wednesday's result Miami 96, New York 81, New York leads series 3-2 Thursday's game Houston at Seattle, 8 p.m. NBA summary HEAT 96, KNICKS 01 NEW YORK (81) Johnson 0-43-43, Oakley 3-7 2-2 8, Ewlng 919 1-4 19, Houston 5-11 3-4 15, Chllds 2-8 0-0 4, Starks 6-12 6-10 21, B.Williams 2-3 0-0 4, Ward 0-4 0X10, Wallace 1-2 OX) 2, McCarty 1-1 0-0 2, Brooks 1-11-1 3. Totals 30-70 18-25 81. MIAMI (M) Mashbum 1-2 1-2 3, Brown 6-10 6-8 18, Mourning 4-12 5-8 13, Lenard 8-11 3-3 21, Hardaway 3-17 8-9 18, Majerta 3-8 3-4 12, Austin 1-3 0-0 2, Anderson 4-5 0-0 9, Crotty 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 31-72 26-34 96. New York 22122522—81 Miami 21 14 31 30—96 3-Polnl goals—New York 3-14 (Houston 2-5, Starka 1-5, Johnson 0-1, Ward 0-1, Chllds 0-1, Wallace 0-1), Miami 8-19 (Ma|erle 3-7, Lenard 23, Hardaway 2-7, Anderson 1-1, Crotty 0-t). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New York 44 (Oakley 9), Miami 52 (Brown 12). Assists—New York 19 (Chllds 7), Miami 16 (Hardaway 6). Total fouls—New York 29, Miami 22. Technicals— Oakley 2, Ward 2, Starks 2, Brown 2, Mashbum. Elections—Oakley, Ward, Starks, Brown. A— 14,782 (14,870). Tennis Raines dh Boggi3b Post pi Hayes 3b BtWmecf TMrtnzlb Duncan 2ta JMSfH Motitordh Stnbchc Clbmn 1b Brede ph Mearesss TWalki3b Coomer 3b RKelly rt GMyrsph Becker ct Hddngsa Totals sbrhbl 4110 6022 3010 5000 3 t 1 0 0000 1001 2000 6120 5000 1010 Seanfc 5000 Beokerof 5120 5131 T«Ws 47112 t Totals 4(6134 011 110 001 001-6 020 ON MO 000-5 E-Coomer (3). Backer (2). DP-Wew York 1 , Ifknmcote 1. LOB— New York 10. Minnesota 13. 26— Raines (7), TMartinez (8), O'Neill (15), Duncan (6), Jelw (7). HR— TMartinez (16), O/NsW (7). SB— Raines (6), Knoblauch (18), Hootinfl (1). CS-BeWUfans (4). S-Molitor, Hooking. IP H RER BB SO New York PettH* Nelson Slanton Ueclr 8hmflfW,2-2 UNveraS,14 SwttKtoll Aaulera Qutriado. L.0-1 I 1-3 11-3 21-3 I 1 52-3 21-3 3 1-3 EXPOS 9, PAORES 7 SAN DIEGO MONTREAL abrhbl SFinleycf 5330 Grdzlnss 2000 2013 5110 5113 3120 4020 3001 1000 1000 0100 0000 0000 1000 0000 0000 OVeras 2b Gwynn rf Joyner1b CrJnus If Cnlrcco 3b Gomez ss Flherty c TiWorllp Bigmn p Bamonph Scott p Bctillerp Shipley ph Longp Hffmanp Using 2b RWhlte c( Segultb VGrero ri HRdrgz II Strange 3b Wldger c Judenp ObaraJoph DVeres p Oaalp MValdsp Stnkwc ph OrsulaX ph Urbina p LSmithp Total* abihbl 4222 (100 4221 3022 5010 3 1 1 t 0000 3210 4131 1000 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1000 0000 0000 Totals 32 710 7 Total* 30 912 7 San Diego 300 OtO 210-7 Montreal 100 210 14x-» E—Gomez (4). Holtman (t), VGuerrero (1). DP—San Diego 2, Montreal 1. LOB—San Diego 7, MortreaJ 8. 2B—SFinley (9), Gwynn (5), RWhlte (7). Widger 2 (5). HR—Crjones (3). SB—SFinley (2), QVeras (7), Cianfrocco (2), Grudzielanek 2 (9), RWhlte 2 (5). CS— Grudzielanek (1). S—QVeras 2. SF—Gwynn, Flaherty, Segul. IP H RER BB SO San Diego TlWorreU 12-3 3 1 1 1 0 Bergman 41-3 4 3 3 3 1 Scott 0 01100 Bochtler 1 00011 Long 012200 Hoffman L.1-3 1 42211 Montreal Juden 8 74424 OVeies 0 01110 OHmlnd Vzcaino ss Javier rf BondsH Kent 2b MLewis 3b Mueller 3b Snowlb Jensen c GHill ph RRdrgzp OFrnozp Poolep Bnyhll ph Boiiard pr Beckp RWIkns c Totals San Francisco Cincinnati E—WGreene (6). Totals 000 010 001 2—4 010 000 001 0—2 DP—San Francisco 2, Cincinnati 1. LOB—San Francisco 12, Clnchv nati 5.2B—DHamlllon (t), Kent (13), Snow (?). 3B—Bonds (3). HR—Bonds (6), RSanders (5), WGreene (5). CS-CGoodwin (3). S—Vizcaino. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco OFernandez Poole BeckW.2-1 RRodrlguezS,1 Cincinnati Schourek Belinda Shaw Remlinger L.0-3 Brantley 7 1 1 1 51-3 12-3 2 1-3 2-3 WP—Brantley. Umpires—Home, Rapuano; First, Gorman; Second, Tata; Third, Rieker. T—3:21. A—16,404 (52,952). Late boxscores TUESDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE INDIANS 7, HANGERS 3 CLEVELAND TEXAS abrhbl Grssom cf 5000 Seitwt 1t> 5110 JuFrco dh 5220 MaWm 36 4322 Justice H 3122 SWmr c 4011 Thome ph 0000 MUM ph 1000 Brders c 0000 Curtis rt 3010 Giles rt 1001 TFrndz 2b Totals 5031 4000 407127 Newson It Oviuiuph BRipknss IRdrgzc G/eercf JuGnlz dh WCIark 1b Palmer 3b LStvns rf McUnr2b Gilss SuillTlS pll Butodcf Totals abrhbl 3010 1000 0000 5010 4130 3112 2000 5010 5110 4001 3000 0000 0000 35 3 8 3 Arkansas (Cardinals) Shreveport (Giants) Jackson (Astros) Tulsa (Rangers) Western Division San Antonio (Dodgers) 25 12 .876 — Midland (Angels) 21 18 .538 5 H Paso (Brewers) 19 20 .487 7 Wichita (Royals) 14 23 .378 11 Wednesday's results Midland 8, Jackson 4 Arkansas 6, El Paso 5 "WlchilaT2,Tulsa 7 " Shreveport 8, San Antonio 7 Thursday's games No games scheduled Wranglers linescore WICHITA 12, TULSA 7 Tulsa 003 003 001 - 7 13 2 Wichita 000 062 22x - 12 15 1 WP — Wolff (1-1). LP — Kell (0-1). 2B — W: Slsco 2, Can, Diaz, Pasano. HR — T: Tatis; W: Smith, Gonzalez, Fasano. 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 Ail Sports Stadium In Oklahoma City. Thursday's games Texas Tech (t) vs. Missouri (6), 11 a.m. Oklahoma (3 or 4) vs. Texas A&M (3 or 4), 3 p.m. Oklahoma Stale (2) vs. Baylor (5), 7:30 p m. NCAA II regionals Central Regional At Sioux City, Iowa Thursday, May 15 Came 1 — Mankalo Slate, Minn. (32-12) vs. Pittsburg State. Kan. (38-16), 1 p.m. Game 2 — Central Missouri Stale (35-11) vs. Game 1 loser, 7 p.m. Friday, May 16 Game 3 — Central Missouri State vs. Game 1 winner, 7 p.m. Game 4 — Pairings TBA, 1 p.m. Saturday. May 17 Game 5 — Pairings TBA, 4 p.m., if necessary West Regional At Chlco, Calll. Friday, May 16 Game 1 — Fort Hays State, Kan. (46-13) vs. Mesa State, Colo. (41-15), 3 p.m. Gam* 2 — Cal Slate Chlco (45-10) vs. Game 1 loser, 9 p.m. Saturday, May 17 Qsme 3 — Cal State Chlco vs. Game 1 winner, 3 p.m. dame 4 — Pairings TBA, 8 p.m. Sunday, May II Game 5 — Pairings TBA, 3 p.m., II necessary. MVC linescore EVANSVILLE 6, WICHITA STATE 1 Evansvllle 000 000 402 - 8 12 1 Wichita State 100000000- 1 7 4 WP — Brown (M). LP — FoiaJ (10-5). 2B — WS: Preston, Ryan, Sorensen. 38 — E: Pembroke, Biownlee. High school TOPEKA HIGH «, SAUNA CENTRAL S TopekaHIgh 003001 21-6 8 2 Saliria Cenl/al 00104000-5 7 6 WP-Stull. LP - Anderson (0-2). 2B-SC: Jusl. SALINA CENTRAL 6, TOPEKA HIGH 6 TopekaHigh 100 022 0-5 10 2 Sallna Central 301 001 1-6 11 2 High school 1-70 LEAGUE TOURNAMENT At Junction City Team scores Salina Central 47, Salina South 31, Topeka West 30, Topeka High 29, Junction City 23, Manhattan 22. No. 1 single* Championship: Stroer, SC, del. Bonebrake, TH, 6-1, 6-3. Third place: Peterson, SS, del. Heck, JC, 9-8 (7-4). FHth place: Hoffman, M, del. Strasser, TW, 9-2. Semfflnali: Stroer, SC, del. Heck, JC, 9-1; Bonebrake, TH, del. Peterson, SS, 9-5. First round: Stroer, SC, bye; Heck, JC, del. Hoffman, M, 9-4; Peterson, SS, del. Strasser, TW, 9-7; Bonebrake, TH, bye. No. 2 singles Championship: Koeppl, SC, del. Roth, SS, 64,6-2. Third place: VanSfckle, TH, def. Mebed, TO, 9-6. FHth piece: Engstrum, JC, del. Tackling, M, 9-5. Semifinals: Rolh, SS, del. Mebed, TW, 9-6; Koeppl, SC, def. VanSldde, TH, 9-3. First round: Mebed, TW, bye; Roth, SS, def. Engstrum, JC, 9-3; Koeppl, SC, def. Tackling, M, 9-1;VanSlcWe,TH,bye. No. 3 alnglaa Championship: Jones, SC, del. Hemmen, TW, 6-3, 3-6, frO. Third place: Kim, JC, det. Loretto, TH, 9-3. FHtti place: Tripp, SS, del. Gibson, M, 94. Semifinals. Jones, SC, def. Kim, JC, 9-1; Hemmen, TW, del. Loretto, TH, 9-4. First round: Jones, SC, bye; Kim, JC, def. Tripp, SS, 9-7; Loretto, TH, del. Gibson, M, 9-6; Hammftn TW. huft. No. t double* Championship: Lamb-Huseman, SC, def. Snell-Humphrey, TW, 6-3, 64. Third place: Bartow-Klotz, M, def. Hom-Schulte, SS, 9-4. Filth placa: Schnelder-Kanda, TH, del. K. Scfloenrock-cmord, JC, 9-2. Semifinal*: Lamb-Huseman, SC, def. Bariow- Klotz, M, 9-3; Snell-Humphrey, TW, def. Hom- Schulte, SS, 9-6. First round: Lamb-Huseman, SC, bye; Bar- low-Klolz, M, def. Schnelder-Kanda, TH, 9-8 (97); Snell-Humphrey, TW, K. Schoenrock-Clifford, JC, 9-0; Hom-Schulte, SS, bye. No. 2 doubles Championship: Wilson-Hoffman. SC, def. Bil- lenger-Burt, SS, 6-1, 7-5 (7-5). Third place: Mallory-Clark, TW, det. Yorke-Peterson, TH, 96. Fifth place: Lull-Welnandt, M, del. A. Schoen- rock-Plnalre, JC, 9-3. Semifinals: Wilson-Hoffman, SC, dot. Yorke- Peterson, TH, 9-2; Bltlenger-Burt, SS, def. Mallory-Clark, TW, 9-7. First round: Wilson-Hoffman, SC, bye; Yorke- Peterson. TH, def. A. Schoenrock-Plnaire, JC, 94: Mallory-Clark, TW, def. Lull-Weinandl, M, 9-3; Brtlenger-Burt, SS, bye. Junior high McPHERSON GIRLS INVITATIONAL Team acores McPherson 42, Roosevelt-Lincoln 36, Junction Clly 24, Llndsborg 23, Sallna South 17, Elllnwood 14, For! Rlley 10, Kanopolls 2. Sallna reaulte Singles No. 1 — Mammen, RL, 6-1; Morgan, SS. 3-4. No. 2 — Krug, RL, 6-1; Stevens, SS, 3-4. Double* No. 1 — Smith-Sealon, RL, 6-1; Harding-Seymour, SS, 2-5. No. 2 — Davls-LoVullo, RL, 6-1; Tran-Phan, SS, 4-3. Golf High school 1-70 LEAGUE MEET At Sallna Country Club, Pv 71 Team scores Manhattan 305, Topeka West 322, Salina Central 322, Junction City 329, Sallna South 338, Topeka High 352. Individual medalist* T.J. Vilkanskas, Manhattan 36-35-71 Jarrod Forbes, Topeka West 36-35-73 Tyler Alt, Sallna Genital 36-38-74 David Dupy, Salina South 35-39-74 Daryn Soldan, Manhattan 36-39-75 Mark Arban, Junction City 39-38-77 David Waterson, Manhattan 41-38-79 Derek Dultmeler, Topeka West 39-41-80 Scott Sears, Manhattan 40-40-80 Scott Anderson, Manhattan 42-39-61 Craig Kuder, Salina South 41-40-61 Nick Peak, Manhattan 40-41-81 Tony Alt, Sallna Central 39-43-«2 Chris Bowman, Sallna Centra/ 36-44-62 Adam Sunslrom, Junction City 44-38-«2 Other Individual result* Topeka West - Maic Weir 42-42-B4, Erik Wlsner 40-45-85, Chad Hale 40-46-68, Rynn Letters of intent BETHANY ATHLETE — Lauren Brlanne Clausen. SCHOOL—Valley Center HS. SPORT —Tennis. ATHLETE — Todd A. Kellerman. SCHOOL — Beatrice, Neb. HS, SPORT—Tennis. HGT-WQT —6-0,160. NOTES — Three time state qualifier, three- year letterman. ATHLETE —Eric Plckretl. SCHOOL — Mlnnepolis HS. SPORT — Basketball. POSITION —Guard. HGT-WOT —6-0,157. STATS —12.7 ppg, 2.2 rpg, 2 spg, 2.8 apg. NOTES — Twice lire! team all-conlerenco. Three times honorable mention all-area. ATHLETE —Scott Wells. SCHOOL—Conroe, Texas HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION-Guard. HOT-WOT —5-11,165. STATS —13 ppg, 5 tpg, 4 spg, 8 apg. NOTES — First team all-district and first team all-county. ATHLETE —C SCHOOL-HolcombHS. SPORT —Baseball. POSITION-Pitcher. ATHLETE — Martha Ann Baker. SCHOOL — Allen County CC, Garden Plain HS. SPORT — Cross country, track. NOTES — Three-time state track meet competitor and competitor at NJCAA national meet, ATHLETE — Matt Tooley. SCHOOL — Weatbsrford, Texas HS. SPORT —Tennis. HOT-WGT-6-1,200. NOTES — Three year letterman and regional qualifier. STERLING ATHLETE — Melaney McDantel. SCHOOL — Dodge City CC, Spaarville HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION-Guard. HOT —5-7. STATS —12 ppg, 5 rpg, 4 apg, 2 spg. ATHLETE-Heather Hayes. SCHOOL — Custer County, Colo. HS. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION —Forward. HOT —5-8. CLOUD COUNTY ATHLETE - Megan Trouttetter. SCHOOL — SE Saline HS. SPORT — Softball. POSITION — Pitcher. NOTES—Member of third place learn In 1996 Class 3A state tournament. ATHLETE-Ryan Koenlg. SCHOOL—Fairbuiy, Neb. HS. SPORT—Basketball. POSITION —Center. HOT-6-7. STATS — 6 ppg, 5 rpg, 1.5 apg, 1 spg. ATHLETE-Alra Smith. SCHOOL — James Madison Memorial, Wise. HS. SPORT—Basketoall. POSITION — Guard-forward. HGT —5-9. STATS — 13 ppg, 4 ipg, 5 apg, 2.5 spg. NOTES — First team all-city, second team all- conference, team MVP. ATHLETE — Heather Savoy. SCHOOL —Rose Hill HS. SPORT — Softball. POSITION — MeWer-outflelder. NOTES—Three times llrsl team all-Chlsholm Trail League. Transactions -BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Released RHP Giovanni Carrara. TEXAS RANGERS—Placed 2B Mark McLemore on the tS-day disabled list. National League) CINCINNATI REDS—Signed RHP Giovanni Carrara. COLORADO ROCKIES—Placed RHP Bill Swift on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 13. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Placed 1B Dmitri Young on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 11. Recalled INF Mike Gulan from Louisville of the American Association. International League ROCHESTER RED WINGS—Recalled OF Lou Frazier from Bowie of the Eastern League. Frontier League) CHILLICOTHE PAINTS—Signed RHP Shane White, LHP Aaron Horton, INF Ben)l Gecy, OF Greg Keller and INF-OF Rico Ha/ris. JOHNSTOWN STEAL—Re-signed INF Tim McDonnell. RICHMOND ROOSTERS—Re-signed RHP Derek Hart. SPRINGFIELD CAFTIALS—Signed OF Scott Kaczmar, INF Matt Lake, C Paul McSpaln and C Larry Plate. FOOTBALL National Football League OAKLAND RAIDERS—fle-slgned OT Robert Jenkins. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS—Signed TE Deems May. Released TE Coleman Ball and CB Selwyn Jones. Canadian Football League HAMILTON TIGERS-CATS—Signed SB Luc Noimand, QB Jason McCullogh, and DE Willie Whltehead. TORONTO ARGONAUTS—Signed QB Andre Ware. Acquired WR Willie Hl.ichdltf from Saskatchewan lot DB Joe Meio. HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES-Flred John Muckler, general manager. PHOENIX COYOTES-Slgned D Sean Gagnon. COLLEGE AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION—Announced Chuck Nelnas will Join as an associate July t. DUQUESNE—Announced Junior G Maikell Sneed and Junior F Rob Johnson have left the men's basketball team. FAIRMONT STATE—Named David Cooper athletic director. GEORGIA STATE—Named Scott Adubato men's assistant baskatball coach. HAWAII—Suspended OB Tim Caiey Indefinitely after he was arrested in a gambling raid. IOWA—Announced G Chinyaie Vann has ten the women's basketball team. LEHMAN—Announced Ihe rasignaUon ol Jay Cheratkln, men's and women's twinls coach. PEPPEROINE—Named Petal Smith men's tennis coach. STATEN ISLAND-Named Paul Uzzo women's associate head basketball coach and Steve WcQoy, Jim Donian and Emma Dodd women's assistant basketball coaches. TENNESSEE—Fired John Kreis, tennis coach. SPORTS DIGEST Baseball SALEM, Conn. — A 15-year-old boy has been charged with a hate crime after being accused of scribbling a racial slur outside a school where the widow of Jackie Robinson was signing copies of her book. Rachel Robinson, whose husband broke baseball's color barrier 50 years ago this year, said Wednesday she does not want to heighten tensions but that last week's incident cannot be ignored. "Despite my pleasure in living in Salem, I don't believe that we should dismiss the incident as simply the action of one disturbed youngster," said Robinson, who has lived in this southeastern Connecticut town of 3,500 for the past decade. Robinson said she hoped the May 8 incident outside the Salem Elementary School would be used to bring attention to the problem of Connecticut's de facto segregated schools, which she said contributes to racism. Police refused to disclose what was written on the sidewalk in front of the school, saying only it was a slur. But Robinson said the message referred to beating blacks, but used an offensive word. Basketball BOSTON — Rick Pitino will be paid $50 million — not $70 million — to run the Boston Celtics for the next 10 years, according to a broadcast report. After he took over as coach and president of the NBA team last week, it was widely reported that Pitino would make $70 million over the length of the contract. The confusion, according to NBC: Pitino will be paid $7 million a year to coach for six years, but after that the deal calls for $2 million a year for four years as president. INDIANAPOLIS — For the second time since the season ended, Indiana University's basketball players are publicly defending their controversial coach — this time following a critical Sports Illustrated article. The team sent a letter to the national sports magazine, objecting to a story in the May 12 issue that asked "Has Bob Knight lost it?" and noted that Knight's program has slipped in recent years. "Your article implies that those of us from Indiana, Illinois and Ohio should have avoided coming to Indiana.... Those of us who are from outside of this area knew the tradition of Indiana basketball, and that's what attracted us to the program," the players wrote. "There is not one of us who regrets the decision we made in coming to Indiana." Forward Andrae Patterson said the players wrote the letter "because Sports Illustrated did not give us a chance to put in our side of what goes on at Indiana. That wasn't fair to us as a team," The article noted that Knight's teams are playing soft and his methods are being questioned by longtime followers. Also, most of the top high school players in the Midwest are signing with other programs, the magazine noted. DETROIT — A newspaper sued the University of Michigan to get a copy of a letter reprimanding basketball coach Steve Fisher for not telling his bosses about possible violations of NCAA rules. ; Michigan reprimanded Fisher in March because he didn't tell the school he stopped a booster from making a $1,400 deposit on an apartment for two basketball players and buying airline tickets for a player's family. The Ann Arbor (Mich.) News went to court Monday after it filed a formal request under Michigan's Freedom of Information Act for a copy of the letter. The school said it doesn't give out any information in any employee's personnel file. Golf IRVING, Texas — Two of his playing partners sold concrete. The other two processed animal fat. Yes, it was only the pro-am at the Byron Nelson Classic, but Tiger Woods heard words Wednesday he likely replayed in his childhood daydreams many times. "On the tee," the announcer drawled into the early morning mist, "the 1997 Masters winner..." The words had an almost physical effect on Woods. Deep into composing his serious game face, he jerked his head from the ground and watched as tournament official Jim Jordan continued the introduction. "A three-time U.S. Junior Amateur champion, three-time U.S. Amateur champion and four-time winner on the PGA Tour ..." Woods stared now at the announcer — not the .ground — almost as if he were in awe of his own introduction. "The world's most eligible bachelor," Jordan bellowed with a flourish, "Eldrick Tiger Woods." "To tell the truth, I really wasn't listening when he first started," Woods said. "Then he got my attention. That most eligible bachelor stuff, that was different." Hockey DENVER — They're smiling at the National Hockey League offices on the Avenue of the Americas in New York City. They're rolling up their sleeves and pumping their fists in Detroit. And they're in a frenzy in Colorado. Starting tonight at McNichols Sports Arena, the matchup everybody wanted will begin — the Detroit Red Wings vs. the Colorado Avalanche in a best-of-seven Western Conference final. Colorado and Detroit have become bitter rivals. You don't have to go any farther back than March 26, when Detroit's Darren McCarty extracted revenge for the Red Wings by attacking Claude Lemieux to touch off a brawl in a game that featured 18 fighting majors among 39 penalties totaling 148 minutes. frack and field NEW YORK — Mary Slaney reportedly is under investigation for a drug test she took at the Olympic trials last year. The New York Times reported Thursday that the premier women's distance runner in U.S. history was being investigated for high levels of the male sex hormone testosterone detected in her urine sample last June. Slaney, through representatives, has maintained she never took a banned substance. 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