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D6 SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION AUTO RACING Noon — NASCAR Auto Racing. Busch Grand National Series. Corestates Advantage 200, ES- PN, cable 38. 1 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, time trials for Indy 500, ESPN2. cable 39. 3:30 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing. Mopar Parts Nationals. TNN, cable 34. 4 p.m. — IRL Auto Racing, time trials for Indy 500, ESPN, cable 38. 6:30 p.m. — Auto racing. Firestone Indy Lights Championship, ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball. St. Louis at Atlanta. ESPN, cable 38. BASKETBALL 2:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, New York at Miami. NBC, cables. 13 BOXING 9 p.m. — Boxing, Oba Carr vs. Jaime "Rocky" Balboa, ESPN2. cable 39. GOLF 2 p.m. — Senior PGA GoH. NFL Golf Classic. ESPN, cable 38. 3 p.m. — PGA Golf, Byron Nelson Classic. ABC. cable 9, 10. 3 p.m. — LPGA Golf, McDonald's LPGA Championship. CBS. cable 5, 12. FOOTBALL 9 a.m. — World League Football, Amsterdam at Scotland. IX. cable 28. HOCKEY 1 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, NY Rangers at Philadelphia, FOX, cable 4, 7. TENNIS 4 p.m. — Men's tennis, Italian Open, ESPN2, cable 39. RADIO BASEBALL 12:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Detroit at Kansas City. KSAL, 1150-AM. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Friday's result Philadelphia 3. NY Rangers 1, Philadelphia leads series 1-0 Saturday's result Detroit 4, Colorado 2, series tied, 1-1 Sunday's game NY Rangers at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. NHL summary RED WINGS 4, AVALANCHE 2 Detroit 0 1 3—4 Colorado 1 1 0—2 First Period—1, Colorado, Young 2 (Ozolinsh, Rlcci), 18:37 (pp). Penalties— Keane, Col (hooking), 10:41; Ozolinsh, Col (high-slicking). 15:02; Rouse, Del (holding), 17:47. Second Period—2, Colorado, Lemleux 11 (Kamensky, Forsberg), 16:09. 3, Detroit, Larionov 2 (Fedorov, Lidslrom), 16:51 (pp). Pensl- lle«—Konstanlinov, Del (roughing), 6:43; Colorado bench, served by Lacroix (too many men), 1,1:20; Maltby, Del (elbowing), 13:28; Forsberg, Col (high-sticking), 13:28; Ozolinsh, Col (high- slicking), 16:27. Third Perlod-^t, Detroit, Fedorov 3 (Yzer- man, Lidstrom), 2:10. 5, Detroit. Yzerman 4. 16:00.6, Detroit, McCarty 2 (Shanahan), 18:43. Penaltlee—Sakic, Col (holding), 1:54; Rouse, Del (interference), 4:05; Lapointe, Dot (roughing), 10:30; Foote, Col (roughing), 10:30. Shots on goal—Detroit 13-17-10—40. Colorado 5-6-6—17. Power-play Opportunities—Detroit 2 of 5; Colorado 1 ol 3. Go«lles—Detroit, Vemon 9-3 (17 shots-15 saves). Colorado, Roy 9-4 (40-36). A—16,061 (16,061). Referee—Don Koharski. Linesmen—Wayne Bonney, Brad Lazarowich. Baseball Big 12linescores BIG 12 TOURNAMENT At Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA 16, MISSOURI 7 Missouri 300 110 020— 7114 Oklahoma 304 142 20x—16 20 0 WP—Pascucci (3-0). LP—Bell (9-6). HR—M: Moore, Terrell; 0: Shackellord. Bookout. TEXAS TECH 9, TEXAS A&M 6 Texas A&M 100010040—6 12 1 Texas Tech 301 011 30x—9 17 1 WP—Ward (9-3). LP—Fulbright (3-2). S— Ralston (6). HR—A&M: Petru, Truitt; TT: Glnter, Dillon 2. MVC linescore MVC TOURNAMENT at Wichita WICHITA STATE 17 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 8 (Southern Illinois eliminated) Southern Illinois 10 200 001 — 8 8 3 Wichita State 052 240 04x — 17 14 2 WP — Bauer (4-1). LP — Pecorara (2-5). 2B — SI: Little; WS: Sorensen. HR — SI: Benson, Halrston, Schley; WS: Blue, Ryan, Magness. CHAMPIONSHIP SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE B WICHITA STATE 4 Wichita State 001010200 — 4 8 3 SW Missouri Stale 510 020 OOx — 8 8 1 WP — Garola (9-4). LP — Foral (10-6). 2B — WS: Preston, Ryan. HR — SMS: Curry, Burkhart, Kays. NCAA II tournament WEST REGIONAL Saturday at Chlco, Calif. CHICO STATE 13 FORT HAYS STATE 11 Fort Hays State 002 020 331—11 20 2 Chlco State 230 302 03x— 13 15 0 WP — Soldate (6-0). LP— Frey (1-1). 2B — FH: Lopez, Ysac; CS: Gotowala, Mallas. HR — FH: J.Valdez 2, Lopez; CS: Gotowala. | tiac Grand Prix, 70. $18.000. 14. (15) Kyle Petty. Randleman. N.C . Ponllac Grand Prix, 70. $18,000. 15 (3) Sterlino Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo. 70, $23.000. 16. (4) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky.. Ford Thunderblrd. 70. $18.000. 17. (17) Darrell Waltrip. Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 70, $16.000. 18. (7) Rusty Wallace, SI. Louis, Ford Thunderbird, 62, engine. $18.000. 19. (16) Ernie Irvari, Salinas, Calif., Ford Thun- derttrri. 18. oil leak. $18.000. 20. (13) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tonn, Pontiac Grand Prix. 18. engine. $18.000. Indy 500 lineup INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The partial lineup lor the May 25 Indianapolis 500. listing the driver, hometown or country, car number, chassis-engine, and tour-lap qualification average speed in mph (r-rookie; tinal qualifications Sunday): 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-Vincenzo Sosplri. Italy, No. 8. Dallara-Aurora. 216.822. Row 2 4. Robbie Buhl, Grosse Polnte, 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-Jeff Ward, San Juan Copistrano, Calif., No. 52, G Force-Aurora, 214.517. 8. Davey Hamilton, Boise, Idaho, No. 14, G Force-Aurora, 214.484. 9. Eliseo Salazar, Chile, No. 7, Dallara-Aurora, 214.320. Row 4 10. Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo.. No. 91. Dallara- 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. Row 5 13. Slephan Gregoire, France, No. 77, G Force-Aurora, 213.126. 14. r-Affonso Giaftone, Brazil, 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-lnliniti. 210.145. 17. Buzz Calkins, Denver, No, 12, G Force-Aurora, 209.564. 18. r-Jack Miller, Carmel, Ind., No. 40, Dallara- Infiniti, 209.250. Row 7 19. Alessandro Zampedri. Italy, No. 34, Dallara-Aurora. 209.094. 20. Mike Graff, Pasadena, Calif.. No. 10. G Force-lnflnitl, 208.537. 21. Roberto Guerrero. San Juan Caplstrano, Calif., No. 21, Dallara-lnfiniti, 207.371. RowB 22. r-Sleve Kinser, Bloomington, Ind.. No. 44, Dallara-Aurora, 210.793. 23. r-Robbie Grotl, Atlanta, No. 30, G Force- Aurora, 207.792. 24. r-Billy Boat, Phoenix, No. 11, Dallara-Aurora, 215.544. Row 9 25. r-Sam Schmidt, Las Vegas, No. 16, Dallara-Aurora, 215.141. 26. r-Billy Roe, Gilbert, Ariz., No. 50, Dallara- Aurora, 212.752. 27. Mark Dismore, Greenfield, Ind., No. 26, Dallara-Aurora, 212.423. Row 10 28. r-Tyce Carlson, Indianapolis, No. 18, Dallara-Aurora. 210.852. 29. Marco Greco, Brazil, No. 22, Dallara-Aurora, 210.322. 30. Dennis Vitolo, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., No. 54, Dallara-lnliniti 207.626. Row 11 31. Fermln Velez, Spain, No. 33, Dallara-Aurora, 206.512. Today's schedule SUNDAY, MAY 18 BASEBALL Detroit at Kansas City. t:05 p.m 200 Individual medley — 1. Coellner, Salina South. 2:08.83: 2. Miller, Lawrence. 2:11.46; 3. K.Dudley. Topeka West. 2:11.B7; 4. Slandish. Lawrence, 2:15.48: 5. Baslor. Blue Valley, 2:15.50; 6. Pumphrey, Wichita Heights, 2:18.15: 7. Carter. Blue Valley Northwest, 2:19.05; 8. Rus. St. Thomas Aquinas. 2:19.42. 50 freestyle — 1. Weaveriing. Leavenworth, 24.70; 2. Dower. Olalhe East. 24.84; 3. Dayton. Blue Valley Northwest, 25.34; 4. Davis. Wichita East, 25.47; 5. Brane, Wichita Southeast. 25.58; 6. Aslin. SM East. 25.61; 7. Borden, Garden City. 25.66; 8. Douglass. El Dorado. 26.01. Diving — 1. Crystal, Blue Valley Northwest. 509.30 (meet record); 2. Rogers, SM South, 421.35; 3 Welkor, SM North. 419.50:4. Watson, SM Northwest, 41085; 5. Misiti, Blue Valley North, 399.75; 6. Chiaverini. Olathe South, 398.75; 7. Lessovllz, SM North, 397.25; 8, Dai- lam, SM East. 387.10. 100 butterfly — 1. Sal/man, Winfield. 59.04; 2. Hardwlck, SM South, 59.61; 3. Miller, Lawrence. 59.84; 4. Sokolowski, Washburn Rural, 1:01.69; 5. Barton. SI. Thomas Aquinas, 1:02.83; 6. Senne. Washbum Rural. 1:02.97; 7. Malone. Lawrence, 1:03.07; 8. Newcomer, SM East, 1:03.41. 100 freestyle — 1. Coellner. Salina South, 52.94; 2. Weaveriing. Leavenworth. 53.25; 3. Merriam, Hays, 53.89; 4. Dayton, Blue Valley Northwest, 54.61; 5. Dower, Olathe East, 54.63; 6. Brane, Wichita Southeast. 55.68; 7. Little, SM East, 55.80; 8. Davis. Wichita East, 56.28. 500 freestyle — 1. Busch, SM East. 5:13.52; 2. Ballenline, Blue Valley Northwest, 5:14.83; 3. Basler, Blue Valley, 5:18.56; 4. Sellon, Lawrence, 5:19.18; 5. Riley. Olalhe South, 5:23.01; 6. Hunter, Derty. 5:25.41; 7. Davis, Wichita East, 5:31.90; 8. Carter, Blue Valley Northwest. 5:31.94. 200 freestyle relay — 1. Blue Valley Northwest (Ballentine, Carter, Fox, Dayton), 1:41.93; 2. Olathe East. 1:43.45; 3. SM East. 1:44.70; 4. Wichita East. 1:45.29; 5. SM South, 1:45.88; 6. Wichita Southeast, 1:46.14; 7. Emporia, 1:46.81; 8. Blue Valley North, 1:46.89. 100 backstroke — 1. Farrell, Blue Valley Northwest. 58.90; 2. Merriam, Hays, 59.48; 3. Salzman, Winlield, 59.81; 4. Pumphrey, Wichita Heights, 1:00.28; 5. Slandish, Lawrence, 1:01.35; 6. Dudley, Topeka West, 1:01.46; 7. Newcomer, SM East. 1:01.94; 8. Gery, SM East. 1:03.16. 100 breaststroke — 1. Rus, St. Thomas Aquinas. 1:09.77; 2. Rock. Blue Valley Northwest, 1:09.99; 3. Dudley, Topeka West, 1:10.55; 4. Harris, Emporia, 1:10.87; 5. Seek. Blue Valley North, 1:11.72; 6. K. Maughan, SM South, 1:12.23; 7. J. Maughan, 1:12.26; 8. Hughey, Blue Valley North, 1:12.31. 400 freestyle relay — 1. Blue Valley Northwest (Ballenline. Carter, Dayton, Farrell), 3:40.37; 2. SM East, 3:42.59; 3. Lawrence, 3:45.59; 4. Blue Valley North, 3:48.10; 5. Topeka West, 3:49.60; 6. Wichita East, 3:49.60; 7. Olathe East, 3:50.15; 8. Emporia, 3:55.30. Basketball Softball NCAA I regional At Columbia, S.C. Friday, May 16 Kansas 3, South Florida 2 South Carolina 5, North Carolina-Greensboro 0 Saturday, May 17 South Carolina 1, Kansas 0 South Florida 2, North Carolina-Greensboro 0, N.C.-Greensboro eliminated Kansas (37-22) vs South Florida (50-12) (n) Sunday, May 18 South Carolina (62-3) vs. Kansas-South Florida winner, noon Auto racing The Winston results CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Results Saturday from The Winston at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with starting position in parentheses, driver, hometown, make ol car, laps completed, reason out if any, money won and winner's average speed in mph: '1. (19) Jeff Gordon, Pittsboro, Ind., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 70, $207,500,157.895 mph. 2. (5) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Christi, Texas. Ponliac Grand Prix, 70, $130,000. 3. (11) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christi, Texas, Chevrolet Monle Carlo, 70, $65,000. 4. (2) Dale Earnhardt. Kannapolis, N.C.. Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 70. $55,000. 5. (18) Jimmy Spencer. Berwick, Pa., Ford Thunderbird, 70, $27,500. 6. (8) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark., Ford Thunderbird, 70. $25.000. 7. (6) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford Thunderbird. 70, $73,000. 8. (20) Ricky Craven. Newburgh, Maine, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 70, $57,000. 9. (12) Ricky Hudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 70, $20,500. 10 (1) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford Thunderbird, 70. $69,500. II. (10) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, 70. $19.000. 1?. (9) Jeff Burton. South Boston, Va, Ford Thunderbird, 70. $18.500. 13. (14) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pon- Busch lineup NAZARETH, Pa. (AP) — Lineup for Sunday's CoreStates Advantage 200 NASCAR Busch Series stock car race at Nazareth Speedway, with car number In parentheses, driver, hometown, make of car, and qualifying speed In mph: 1. (29) Elliott Sadler. Emporia, Va., Chevrolet, 129.674. 2. (36) Todd Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Pontiac, 129.111. 3. (1) Hermie Sadler, Emporia, Va., Chevrolet, 128.829. 4. (8) Jeff Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 128.558. 5. (99) Glenn Allen, Cincinnati, Chevrolet, 128.493. 6. (3) Steve Park, East Northport, N.Y., Chevrolet, 128.269. 7. (6) Joe Bessey, Scarborough, Maine, Chevrolet, 128,059. 8. (74) Randy LaJoie, Norwalk. Conn., Chevrolet, 127,964. 9. (88) Kevin Lepage, Shelbume, VI., Chevrolet, 127.569. 10. (10) Phil Parsons, Detroit, Chevrolet, 127.289. 11. (57) Jason Keller, Greenville, S.C., Chevrolet, 127.007. 12. (38) Elton Sawyer. Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 126.993. 13. (63) Tracy Leslie, Mount Clemens, Mich., Pontiac, 126.930. 14. (00) Buckshot Jones, Montlcello, Ga., Pontiac, 126.908. 15. (85) Shane Hall, Fountain Inn, S.C., Chevrolet, 126.890. 16. (43) Dennis Setzer, Newton, N.C., Chevrolet, 126.850. 17. (72) Mike Dillon, Welcome, N.C., Chevrolet, 126.845. 18. (13) Ted Christopher, Plainville, Conn., Chevrolet, 126.814. 19. (34) Mike McLaughlln, Waterloo, N.Y., Chevrolet, 126.676. 20. (51) Mike Stefanlk, Coventry, R.I., Chevrolet, 126.529. 21. (64) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis,, Chevrolet, 126.496. 22. (33) Tim Fedewa, Holt, Mich., Chevrolet, 126.476. 23. (37) Mark Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 126.249. 24. (4) Dale Shaw, Conway, N.H., Chevrolet, 126.236. 25. (47) Jeff Fuller, Auburn, Mass., Chevrolet, 125.901. 26. (45) Greg Sacks, Mattituck, N.Y., Chevrolet, 125.621. 27. (96) Slevie Reeves, Speedway, Ind., Ford, 125.615. 28. (17) Matt Kenseth, Nashville, Tenn., Chevrolet, 125.615. 29. (89) Johnny Chapman, Stony Point, N.C., Ford, 125.000. 30. (76) Tom Bolles, Ellington, Conn., Pontiac, 124.249. 31. (7) Bryan Wall, Sandown, N.H., Chevrolet, 123.775. 32. (61) Mike Olsen, North Haverhill, N.H., Chevrolet, 123.440. 33. (77) Jeff McClure, Harrisburg, N.C., Fold, 122.382. 34. (86) Bill Hotf. Ivyland, Pa., Chevrolet, 122.133. 35. (41) Joey McCarthy, Randolph, N.J., Chevrolet, 117.689. Swimming NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Friday's result Miami 95, New York 90, series tied 3-3 Saturday's result Houston 96, Seattle 91, Houston wins series 4-3 Sunday's game New York at Miami, 2:30 p.m. NBA summary ROCKETS 96, SONICS 91 SEATTLE (91) Schrempf 4-10 5-8 15, Kemp 7-16 7-8 21, Perkins 2-8 0-0 4, Hawkins 4-10 4-5 12, Payton 9-22 5-6 27, Wingate 3-7 0-0 7, Cummings 2-6 1-2 5, Snow 0-1 0-0 0, Graham 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 31-8122-2991. HOUSTON(%) Elie 2-5 4-4 9, Barkley 7-13 6-6 20. Olajuwon 11-19 0-3 22, Drexler 9-19 4-7 24, Maloney 5-11 2-4 15, Threat! 0-2 0-0 0, Willis 1-40-02, Johnson 2-6 0-0 4. Totals 37-79 16-24 96. Seattle 31 19 17 24—91 Houston 30 25 19 22—96 3-Polnt goals—Seattle 7-18 (Payton 4-7, Schrempf 2-3, Wingate 1-2. Snow 0-1, Perkins 0-1, Kemp 0-2, Hawkins 0-2), Houston 6-24 (Maloney 3-8, Drexler 2-8, Elle 1-4, Barkley 0-1, Thread 0-1, Johnson 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Seattle 53 (Kemp 10), Houston 54 (Barkley 14). Assists—Seattle 21 (Payton 7), Houston 35 (Elie 11). Total fouls—Seattle 23, Houston 24. Technicals—Wingate, Drexler, Elie, Willis, Seattle illegal defense. A—16,285 (16,285). Dave Stockton Hugh Balocchi Bnjce Cramplon Terry Dill J.C. Snead Bruce Summerhays Wall Morgan Isao Aoki Bob Murphy Leonard Thompson Bob Charles Larry Gilbert Hermit Zarley Bob Eastwood Dave Eichelberger Ray Floyd Lee Trevino Bobby Stroble Jimmy Powell Mike McCullough Dale Douglass DeWitl Weaver Jerry McGee Bunky Henry Buddy Whilten Will Sowles Dana Qulgley Hubert Green Walter Zembriskl Jim Colbert Dick Hendrickson Deane Beman Mike Hill Don Massengale Rick Acton Larry Ziegler Lee Elder Homero Blancas Bob Dickson Calvin Peele Tom Knapp Jimmy Gleason Bob E. Smith David Oakley Bud Allin Orville Moody Dick Lotz Rives McBee Dan Wood Bob Duval Dennis Coscina Bob Ross Butch Baird Dave Ojala Arnold Palmer John D. Morgan Austin Straub Jim Dent Quinlon Gray Ed Sneed Billy Casper John Schroeder Ted Hayes Babe Hiskey Bob Wynn Bobby Nichols Bob Lunn Larry Laoretli Jerry Heard Mike Fetchick Jack Kiefer Lou Graham Larry Mowry Michael Evans Ben Smith 74-67—141 71-70—141 76-67—143 73-70—143 75-69—144 74.70—144 73.71—144 77-68—145 75-70—145 75-70—145 74-71—145 73-72—145 76-70—146 75-71—146 74-72—146 76-71—147 75-72—147 74.73—147 73-74—147 71-76—147 79-69—148 78-70—148 78-70—148 77.71—148 77-71—148 73-75—148 73-75—148 80-69—149 78-71—149 75-74—149 74-75—149 73-76—149 78-72—150 78-72—150 77-73—150 76-74—150 76-74—150 75-75—150 75-75—150 80-71—151 79-72—151 78-73—151 78-73—151 75-76—151 76-76—152 76-76—152 76-76—152 76-76—152 75-77—152 80-73—153 80-73—153 79-74—153 79-74—153 79-74—153 76-77—153 80-74—154 78-76—154 76-78—154 79-76—155 81-75—156 81-75—156 81-75—156 79-77—156 78-78—156 80-77—157 82-76—158 77-81—158 81-79—160 80-80—160 79-81—160 83-78—161 81-80—161 84-73—162 86-82—168 84-85—169 Golf High school STATE GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIPS At KSU Natatorlum, Manhattan Team scores Blue Valley Northwest 278, Lawrence 224, Shawnee Mission East 222, Shawnee Mission South 142, Topeka West 136, Blue Valley North 118'/2, Wichita East 116, Olathe East 109, Emporia 89, Washburn Rural 78, Wichita Heights 75, St. Thomas Aquinas 73, Salina South 68, Manhattan 62 'A, Wichita Southeast 61, Olathe South 57. Winfield 46, Shawnee Mission North 46, Hays 40, Leavenworth 37, Topeka Hayden 33, Blue Valley-Stilwell 30, Derby 26. Garden City 26, Shawnee Mission Northwest 26, Topeka High 20, El Dorado 17, Kansas City Schlagle 15, Bishop Miege 11. McPherson 7, Shawnee Mission West 5, Newton 4, Olathe North 2. Individual results 200 medley rally — 1. Topeka West (K.Dud- ley, T.Dudley, Clark, Fairchild), 1:53.55; 2. Shawnee Mission East, 1:53.58; 3. Blue Valley Northwest 1:54.17; 4. Lawrence. 1:55.32; 5. Washburn Rural. 1:56.72; 6. Shawnee Mission South. 1:67.08; 7. Wichita Heights, 1:57.73. 200 freestyle — 1. Busch, SM East, 1:55.65: 2. Ballenline, Blue Valley Northwest, 1:57.46; 3. Farrell. Blue Valley Noilhwest, 1:58.34; 4. Lukens, Wichita East, 2:00.23; 5. Hiley, Olathe South, 2:00.47; 6. Barton, St. Thomas Aquinas, 2:02.21; 7. Sellon. Lawrence, 2:02.26; 6. Sokolowski. Washburn Rural, 2:04.23. PGA scores IRVING, Texas (AP) — Scores Saturday after the third round of the $1.8 mllion GTE Byron Nelson Classic on the 6,899-yard, par-70 TPC at Las Colinas: Tiger Woods 64-64-67—195 David Berganlo 68-63-86—197 Dan Foreman 67-64-66—197 Jim Furyk 63-67-67—197 LeeRlnker 65-63-69—197 Mike Standly 66-63-68—197 Brad Faxon 67-67-64—198 Brad Bryant 65-67-66—198 Kirk Triplet! 67-65-66—198 John Morse 67-64-67—198 Chris Perry 65-67-66—198 Paul Stankowski 64-66-68—198 PhilBlackmar 68-63-67—198 Hal Suttori 68-65-66—199 Neal Lancaster 70-66-64—200 Rocco Mediate 66-68-66—200 Eric Johnson 65-69-66—200 David Edwards 70-67-63—200 Andrew Magee 66-65-69—200 Tom Watson 65-66-69—200 Nick Price 69-65-67—201 Phil Mickelson 66-67-68—201 Craig Parry 66-66-69—201 Dudley Hart 64-68-69—201 Olin Browne 74-64-63—201 Justin Leonard 66-69-67—202 David Frost 68-68-66—202 John Cook 68-68-66—202 J.P. Hayes 69-66-67—202 Scon Dunlap 69-67-66—202 Bob Tway 69-65-68—202 Loren Roberts 70-64-68—202 Jim Carter 67-66-69—202 Payne Stewart 69-68-65—202 David Sutherland 68-64-70—202 Doug Martin 66-66-70—202 Brett Quigley 69-66-68—203 Tom Kite 69-67-67—203 Nick Faldo 66-68-69-203 Mike Reid 69-66-69—204 Kevin Sutherland 65-69-70—204 Billy Ray Brown 68-69-67—204 Tom Byrum 69-64-71—204 Brent Geiberger 69-68-67—204 David Toms 68-67-70—205 Tommy Tolles 68-68-69—205 Glen Day 67-67-71—205 Mark Brooks 68-69-68—205 Marco Dawson 67-70-68—205 Ben Crenshaw 66-67-72—205 Hidekl Kase 68-70-67—205 Shane Bertsch 70-68-67—205 Kenny Perry 68-67-71—206 Rtak Fehr 68-68-70—206 Scott Gump 70-63-73—206 Corey Pavin 72-65-69—206 Hugh Royer 73-65-68—206 David Ogrin 69-69-68—206 Brandel Chamblee 68-70-68—206 Andy Bean 68-70-69—207 Anthony Rodriguez 71-67-69—207 Don Pooley 68-69-71—208 Mike Brisky 72-65-71—208 Davis Love III 68-70-70—208 Scott McCarron 68-69-72—209 D.A. Weibring 67-71-71—209 Patrick Burke 69-69-71-209 Brad Fabel 70-68-71—209 JoeDurant 71-65-74—210 Stewart Cink 68-68-74—210 P.H. Horgan III 66-71-73—210 Chip Sullivan 70-68-72—210 MarkWiebe 67-71-73—211 LPGA scores ROCKLAND, Del. (AP) — Scores Saturday alter the third round of the $1.2 million LPGA Championship, played on the 6,386-yard, par-71 (35-36) DuPont Country Club: LelaLindley 72-69-69—210 Chris Johnson 68-73-69—210 Kim Saiki 68-75-69—212 Sherri Stelnhauer 68-71-73—212 Barb Mucha 68-73-72—213 Judy Dickinson 75-72-68—215 Trish Johnson 70-73-72—215 Annlka Sorenstam 70-73-72—215 Dawn Coe-Jones 70-75-71—216 Laura Davles 67-75-74—216 Donna Andrews 73-71-73—217 Lone Kane 73-74-71—218 Nancl Bowen 73-72-73—218 Dana Dormann 70-73-75—218 Helen Dobson 78-72-69—219 Jennifer Wyatt 73-75-71—219 Karen Weiss 73-75-71—219 Gail Graham 69-79-71—219 Barb Whitehead 72-75-72—219 Cindy Figg-Currier 71-76-72—219 Colleen Walker 72-74-73—219 KarrieWebb 71-79-70—220 Jenny Lidback 71-78-71—220 Michelle Estill 74-74-72—220 Nancy Scranlon 73-75-72—220 Missie McGeorge 73-74-73—220 Marianne Morris 73-74-73—220 Amy Fruhwlrth 72-75-73—220 Alicia Dibos 71-76-73—220 Joan Pitcock 70-77-73—220 Wendy Doolan 74-72-74—220 Julilnkster 71-75-74—220 Kristal Parker-Gregory 72-73-75—220 Brandie Burton 71-73-76—220 Michelle McGann 74-76-71—221 Wendy Ward 72-78-71—221 Dottie Pepper 71-78-72—221 Meg Mallon 72-76-73—221 Mitzl Edge 69-79-73-221 Emllee Klein 75-72-74—221 Katie Peterson-Parker 74-73-74—221 Kelly Robbins 73-74-74—221 Catriona Matthew 71-76-75—221 Tina Barrett 69-77-75—221 Mary Beth Zimmerman 70-75-76—221 Pat Bradley 70-75-76—221 Pat Hurst 69-75-77—221 Carin Hj Koch 72-78-72—222 Kris Monaghan 70-80-72—222 Deb Richard 77-72-73—222 Dale Reid 74-75-73—222 Kathryn Marshall 71-78-73-222 Jackie Gallagher-Smith 74-74-74—222 Nancy Ramsbottom 72-75-75—222 Missie Berteotti 72-75-75—222 Susie Redman 70-75-77—222 Kristl Albers 74-76-73—223 Vlckl Goetze-Ackerman 73-76-74—223 Allison Flnney 70-79-74—223 Denlse Killeen 74-74-75—223 Hiroml Kobayashl 73-75-75—223 Jane Crafler 73-75-75-223 Rachel Hetherington 70-78-75—223 Amy Alcolt 72-75-76—223 Suzanne Slrudwick 72-74-77—223 Val Skinner 74-75-75—224 Mardi Lunn 72-77-75—224 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 75-73-76—224 Hollls Stacy 72-76-76-224 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 72-76-76—224 Anne Marie Pall! 70-76-78—224 Helen Allredsson 77-73-75—225 Vickie Odegard 75-75-75—225 Lisa Walters 74-76-75—225 Jill McGill 74-76-75—225 Danielle Ammaccapane 71-79-75—225 Mayuml Hirase 74-75-76—225 Jane Geddes 73-73-79—225 Betsy King 76-73-77—226 Cathy Mockett 73-75-78—226 Nancy Lopez 69-79-78—226 Alice Miller 74-76-78—226 Horse racing Seniors scores CLIFTON, N.J. (AP) — Scores Saturday alter the second round ol the $950,000, Cadillac NFL Golf Classic on the 6.816-yard, par-72.Uppor Montclair Country Club course: George Archer 67-72—139 Rik Massongale 72-68—140 Triple Crown PREAKNESS WINNERS 1873 — Survivor 1874 —Culpepper 1875 — Tom Ochiltree 1876 —Shirley 1877 —Cloverbrook 1878 —Duke of Magenta 1879 - Harold 1880 —Grenada 1881 — Saunterer 1882 —Vanguard 1883 —Jacobus 1884 — Knight of Ellerslie 1885 —Tecumseh 1886 —The Bard 1687 —Dublne 1888 —Refund 1889 — Buddhist 1890 —Montague 1891-93 —No Races 1894 — Assignee 1895 — Belmar 1896 — Margrave 1897 — Paul Kauver 1898 —Sly Fox 1899 —Hall Tune 1900 — Hindus 1901 — The Parader 1902 — Old England 1903 — Flocarline 1904 — Bryn Maw 1905 —Cairngorm 1906 —Whimsical 1907 — Don Enrique 1908— Royal Tourist 1909 — Effendi 1910 —Lay Master 1911 —-Watervale 1912 —Colonel Holloway 1913 —Buskin 1914 —Holiday 1915 —Rhine Maiden 1916 — Damrosch 1917 —Kalitan 1918 — War Cloud and Jack Hare, Jr. 1919 —Sir Barton 1920 —Man o 1 War 1921 — Broomspun 1922- Pillory 1923 —Vigil 1924 —Nellie Morse 1925 —Coventry 1926 — Display 1927 — Bostonian 1928 —Victorian 1929—Dr. Freeland 1930 —Gallant Fox 1931 —Mate 1932 —Burgoo King 1933 —Head Play 1934 —High Quest 1935 —Omaha 1936 —Bold Venture 1937 —War Admiral 1938 — Dauber 1939 —Challedon 1940 — Bimelech 1941—Whlrtaway 1942 —Alsab 1943 —Count Fleet 1944 —Pensive 1945 — Polynesian 1946 —Assault 1947 —Faultless 1948 —Citation 1949 —Capol 1950 —Hill Prince 1951 — Bold 1952 —Blue Man 1953 —Native Dancer 1954 — Hasty Road 1955 —Nashua 1956 —Fablus 1957 —Bold Ruler 1958 —Tim Tarn 1959 —Royal Orbit 1960 —Bally Ache 1961—Carry Back 1962 —Greek Money 1963 —Candy Spots 1964 — Northern Dancer 1965 —Tom Rolte 1966 —Kauai King 1967 —Damascus 1968 — Forward Pass 1969 —Majestic Prince 1970 —Personality 1971 — Canonero II 1972 —Bee Bee Bee 1973 —Secretariat 1974 —Little Current 1975 — Master Derby 1976 —Elocutionist 1977 —Seattle Slew 1978 —Affirmed 1979 —Spectacular Bid 1980 —Codex 1981 — Pleasant Colony 1982 — Aloma's Ruler 1983 — Deputed Testamony 1984 —Gate Dancer 1985 —Tank's Prospect 1986 —Snow Chief 1987 —Alysheba 1988 —Risen Star 1989 —Sunday Silence 1990 —Summer Squall 1991—Hansel 1992 —Pine Bluff 1993 —Prairie Bayou 1994 —Tabasco Cat 1995 —Timber Country 1996 —Louis Quatorze 1997 —Silver Charm TRIPLE CROWN WINNERS 1919—Sir Barton 1930—Gallant Fox 1935—Omaha 1937—War Admiral 1941—Whirlaway 1943—Count Fleet 1946—Assault 1948—Citation 1973—Secretarial 1977—Seattle Slew 1978—Affirmed Track & field Big 12 championships BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP WACO, Texas (AP) — Results from Saturday's events at the Big 12 men's and women's outdoor track and field meet (race distances In meters.) MEN Team scores Nebraska 53'i, Texas 46, Kansas State 30, Iowa State 28, Oklahoma State 18, Missouri 14, Kansas 12V4, Colorado 12, Texas A&M 11, Oklahoma 7 V4, Baylor 1V4. Decathlon Standings—1. Fox, Texas, 7,804; 2. Zsivoczky, Kansas State, 7,582; 3. Evers, Kansas, 7,455; 4. Madden, Texas A&M, 7,403; 5. Henrichs, Nebraska, 7,237; 6. Renner, Kansas State, 7,211. 110m hurdles—1. (tie) Evers, Kansas and Prenger, Kansas, 14.63, 895; 3. Henrichs, Nebraska, 14.70, 886; 4. Hudgens, Colorado, 14.71, 885; 5. Cleghom, Colorado, 15.17, 829; 6, Madden, Texas A&M, 15.18,828. Discus—1. Fox, Texas, 150-7, 785; 2. Therl- ault, Texas A&M, 147-9,768; 3. Evers, Kansas, 136-3, 696; 4. Zsivoczky, Kansas Stale, 135-3, 689; 5. Renner, Kansas State, 133-2, 676; 6. Ware. Texas A&M, 119-9, 594. Pole vault—1. Evers, Kansas, 16-%, 880; 2. Madden, Texas A&M, 15-9, 849; 3 (tie), Fox, Theriault and Prenger, 15-1, 790. 5. (tie) Olson, Colorado and Renner, Kansas State, 14-9,760. Javelin—1. Fox, Texas, 197-11, 743; 2. The- riaull, Texas A&M, 194-3, 726; 3. Henrichs, Nebraska, 179-10, 660; 4. Zsivoczky, Kansas Slate, 179-3, 658; 5. Meyer, Texas A&M, 17311, 633; 6. Madden, Texas A&M, 170-6,616. 1,500m run—1. Zsivoczky, Kansas State, 4:26.83, 766; 2. Hudgens, Colorado, 4:34.89, 713; 3. Meyer, Texas A&M, 4:43.11, 661; 4, Prenger, 4:45.10,649.5, Renner, Kansas Slate, 4:46.63, 639; 6. Madden, Texas A&M, 4:46.82, 638. Individual results Long jump—1. Laster, Nebraska, 6.14m; 2. Duncan, Texas, 8.14m; 3. Cobb, Nebraska, 7.94m; 4. Wright. 7.8m; 5. Lamela-Tobio, 7.73m; 6. McBride, Kansas State, 7.43m. High Jump—1. Lavy, Nebraska, 7-4'A; 2. Wagner, Texas, 7-3'/4; 3. Duncan, Texas, 7-Vj; 4. Broxterman, Kansas State, 6-10%; 5. Jones, Missouri, 6-10W; 6. Meystedl, Missouri, 6-8W. Shot put—1. Hagedorn, Iowa State, 61-3; 2. Roesler, Texas, 60-11%; 3. Cronln, 59-2'A; 4. Lowrance, Texas A&M, 58-10; 5. Melson, Nebraska, 56-8%; 6. Beyer, Iowa Stale, 56-4 Vi. WOMEN Team scores Nebraska 38, Colorado 37, Missouri 30, Baylor 25, Iowa State 22, Kansas 21, Kansas State 20, Texas A&M 17, Texas 15, Texas Tech 5, Oklahoma 2, Oklahoma Stale 2. Heptathlon Standings—1. Sterlin, Colorado, 5,463; 2. Mason, Kansas, 5,368; 3. O'Bric, Baylor, 5,195; 4. Kvalvik, Missouri, 5,175:5. Mounday, Kansas, 5,082; 6. Burns, Nebraska, 5,026. Long |ump—1. Mason, Kansas, 5.75m, 774. 2. O'Bric, Baylor, 5.74m, 771; 3. Burns, Nebraska, 5.68m. 753; 4. Sterlin, Colorado, 5.61m, 732; 5. Mounday, Kansas, 5.50m. 700; 6. Hudson, 5.46m, 694. Javelin—1. Mason, Kansas, 137-11, 706; 2. Kvalvik, Missouri. 130-3, 662; 3. O'Bric, Baylor, 125-11, 636; 4. McLane, Nebraska, 122-3,615; 5. Sterlin, Colorado, 118-2, 591; 6. Aholl, Missouri, 109-11, 543. 800m run—I. Slerlin, Colorado, 2:21.28,606; 2. Kvalvik. Missouri. 2:21.70, 001; 3. Mounday, Kansas, 2:22.55, 789; 4. Aholl, Missouri, 2:23.15, 781; 5. Mason, Kansas, 2:23.23, 780; 6. McLane, Nebraska, 2:27.84, 720. Individual results Discus—1. Curnyn, Iowa State, 174-10; 2. Thompson, 165-10; 3. Schrader, Texas A&M, 161-5; 4. Seller, Kansas State, 161-1; 5. Woodman, Kansas, 157-11; 6. Vlsosky, Colorado, 156-11. Long jump—1. Sawyer, Texas A&M, 21-5'A; 2. Devonlsh, Texas, 21-1 'A; 3. Henry, Nebraska, 20-10; 4. Nelson, Baylor, 20-8; 5. Harris, Baylor. 20-7; 6. McGruder. Texas. 20-1 %. High school REGIONAL SITES All reglonals Friday, May 23 CLASS 6A AT DERBY - Derby, Emporia, Junction City. Manhattan, Topeka Washburn Rural, Wichita East, Wichita Heights, Wichita Southeast. AT OLATHE SOUTH - KC Washington, Lawrence. Leavenworth, Olathe South, Olalhe North, Olathe Fast, Shawneo Heights, Topeka High. AT SHAWNEE MISSION SOUTH - KC Harmon. BV Northwest. SM East. SM North. SM Northwest. SM South, SM West, BV Stilwell. AT WICHITA NORTHWEST - Dodge City. Garden City, Hutchinson, Maize. Wichita North, Wichita Northwest, Wichita South. Wichita West. CLASS 5A AT BUHLEH - Buhler. Wichita Camnus, Goddard, Liberal, Newton. Valley Center, Wellington, Wichita Carroll. AT EL DORADO - Andover. Arkansas City. Coffeyville. El Dorado. Independence, Pittsburg, Wichita Kapaun, Winfield. AT BLUE VALLEY NORTH — Fort Scott. KC Schlagle. KC Sumner, KC Turner, KC Wyan- dolte, BV North, St. Thomas Aquinas, SM Miege. AT SALINA CENTRAL - Great Bend, Hays. Topeka Highland Par*. McPherson. Salina Central, Salina South, Topeka Seaman, Topeka West. CLASS 4A AT ANTHONY - Andale. Augusta. Chaparral. Circle, Clearwater, Columbus. Fredonia. Girard. Haven, Kingman, Labette County. Mulvane, Neodesha, Parsons, Pratt, Rose Hill. AT FORT HAYS STATE - Abilene. Beloit, Chapman, Colby, Concordia, Ellsworth, Goodland, Hugoton, Larned, Nickorson, Russell, Scott City, Smoky Valley, TMP-Marian. Ulysses. AT SABETHA - Atchlson, Basehor-Llnwood, Clay Center. Hiawatha, Hollon. Jeff West. KC Piper, Lansing, Marysville, Maur Hill, Perry- Lecompton, Sabelha, Santa Fe Trail, Tonganox- le, Topeka Hayden, Wamego. SITE TO BE DETERMINED - Baldwin, Bonner Springs, Burlington, Chanute, Council Grove, DeSoto. Gardner-Edgerton, Garnelt, lo- la, KC Ward, Prairie View. Louisburg. Osawatomie, Ollawa, Paola, Spring Hill. CLASS 3A AT HALSTEAD - Belle Plaine. Caney, Cheney. Cherryvale. Conway Springs, Douglass, Eureka, Halslead, Hesston, Hillsboro, Blueslem, Lyons, Marion. Medicine Lodge. Sterling, Wichita Collegiate. AT HOLCOMB - Cimarron, Ellinwood, Hols- inglon, Holcomb, Hoxle, SW Heights. Lakin, Leoti, Minneapolis, Norton, Oakley, Oberlln, Phlllipsburg, SI. John, Smith Center, Trogo. AT ST. MARYS - Wabaunsee, Belleville, Alchison County, Horton, McLouth, Mission Valley, ML St. Scholastlca, Nemaha Valley, Oskaloosa. Pleasant Ridge, Riley County, Rock Creek, Royal Valley, St. Marys, Silver Lake, SE Saline. AT WELLSVILLE - Baxter Springs, Central Heights, Erie, Eudora, Galena, Humboldt, Immaculata, Jayhawk-l.inn, Northern Heights, NE Arma, Osage City. Pomona, Riverton, SE Cherokee, Wellsville, Yates Center. CLASS 2A AT DODGE CITY - Bucklin, Dighton, Elkhart, Garden Plain, Greensburg. Hulchinson Trinity, Stanton County, Kinsley, LaCrosso, Falrfield, Meade. Ness City, Otis-Bison, Spearvllle, Sub- letle, Syracuse. AT LINCOLN - Atwood, Canton-Galva, Ellis, Ell-Saline, Goessel, Hill City, Inman, Lincoln, Moundridge, Osbome, Plainville, Quinter, St. Francis, Salina Sacred Heart, Stockton, Victoria. AT ONAGA - 8V Randolph, Burllngame, Clifton-Clyde, Herington, Jackson Heights, Jeff North, Lyndon, Mankalo, Onaga, Rossvllle, Troy, Valley Falls, Valley Heights, Washington, Wathena. AT WHITEWATER - Altoona Midway, Central Burden, Caldwell, Chase County, Berean Academy, Frontenac, West Elk, Marmaton Valley, Oxford, Peabody, Pittsburg Colgan, Pleasanton. Remington, Sedgwick, Udall, Unlontown, CLASS1A AT EMPORIA STATE - Burrton, Cedar Vale, Centre, Chetopa, Crest, Dexter, Flinthllls, Gridley, Hamilton, Hartford, Hope, Central Christian, Lebo, LeRoy, Little River, Elk Valley, Madison, Marals des Cygnes, Kansas Deaf, Olpe, Oswego, St. Paul, South Haven, Thayer, Waverty, Wichita Independent, Wllliamsburg. AT MARYSVILLE - Atxell, Balleyvllle, Bennington, Bern, Cenlralia, Downs, Elwood, Frankfort, Glasco, Hanover, Highland, Hillcrest, Jewell, Linn, Midway Denton, Mlltonvale, North Central, Pike Valley, SJ Beloit, St. Xav!er, Solomon, Tescott, Waconda East, Wakefield, Wetmore, White City, White Rock. AT FORT HAYS STATE - Bazlne, Brewster, Cheylin, Claflln; Eastern Heights, Golden Plains, Grinnell, Healy, Herndon, Jennings, Kensington, Lenora, Logan, Lucas-Luray, Moriand, Natoma, Northern Valley, Palco, Quivira Heights, Ransom, Sharon Springs. Sylvan, Tipton, Triplains, Utlca, Weskan, Wheatland, Wilson. AT DODGE CITY - Argonla, Ashland, Attica, Chase, Coldwater, Cunningham, Deertield, Fowler, Hanston, Haviland, Ingalls, Jetmore, Lewis, Macksville, Mlnneola, Moscow, Norwich, Pawnee Heights, Pratt Skyline, Pretty Prairie, Protection, Rolla, Satanta, South Barber, South Gray, Stafford, Tribune. SPORTS DIBEST Cycling Bowling PBA results IOF OPEN MISSISSAUGA, Ontario (AP) — Results ol stepladder finals Saturday from the Independent Order ol Foresters Open at the Classic Bowl with names, hometowns, pintail totals, games played and prize money: 1. Norm Duke, 792,3 games, $40,000. 2. Bob Leam Jr., 203,1 game, $22,000. 3. Brian Voss, 463,2 games, $15,000. 4. Walter Ray Williams Jr., 236, 1 game, $10,000. Playoff results Gime one — Voss del. Williams, 237-236. Gsms two — Duke del. Voss, 236-226. Title gtme — Duke del. Leam, 279-203. LPBA results WIBC QUEENS RENO, Nev. (AP) — Results ol stepladder finals Saturday Irom the Reno-WIBC Queens at the National Bowling Stadiu, with names, hometowns, plnfall totals, games played and prize money: 1. Sandra Jo Odom, Coldwater Mich., 209 (1 Game) $23,302. 2. Audrey Mullan, Richmond, Va., 386 (2) $14,450. 3. Debbie Ayers, El Cajon, Calif., 611 (3) $9,450. 4. Carol Glanotll-Block, Perth, Aust. 211 (1) $7,550. 5. Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., 226 (1) $6,100. Playoff results Game one — Ayers del. Macpherson, 238226. Gtme two — Ayers del. Glanolti-Block, 215211. Germ three — Mullan del. Ayers, 201-158. Title game — Odom del. Mullan, 209-185. Boxing Fight schedule May 20 At Medieval Times, Lyndhurst, N.J. (USA), Jimmy Thunder. Australia, vs. Maurice Harris, Phoenix, 10, heavyweights; David Izonnlel, Nigeria, vs. Robert Hawkins, Philadelphia, 10, heavyweights. May 23 At Charlotte County Memorial Auditorium, Punta Gorda, Fla., Freeman Ban, Naples, Fla., vs. Roosevelt Booth, Bradenton, Fla., 12, for Barr's IBC Americas middleweight title; David Armstrong, Cape Coral, Fla., vs. Alexis Barce- lay, Miami, 12, for the vacant NABU lightweight title. May 25 At me Roxy, Boston (ESPN2), Israel Cardona, Hartford, Conn., vs. Charles Murray, Rochester, N.Y., 10, junior welterweights. May 28 At Gold Coast, Australia, Joe Bugner, Australia, vs. Walsiki Llgaloa, Fiji, 12. for Bugners Pan Asian Boxing Association heavyweight title. May 3,1 At the Taj Mahal, Allanlfc City, N.J. (HBO), Kostya Tszyu, Russia, vs. Vince Phillips, Las Vegas, 12, lor Tszyu's IBF junior welterweight title; Samson Po'uha, Tonga, vs. Jesse Ferguson, Philadelphia, 10, heavyweights; Vasiliy Jirov, Kazakhstan, vs. Gesses Mesgana, Washington, 8, crulserwelghts. At Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Jesus Chong, Mexico, vs. Eric gritlin, Jaspar. Tenn., 12, (or the vacant WBO light flyweight title. At TBA, Johnny McClaln, Las Vegas, vs. Michael Lindblad, Sweden, 12. for Die WBU super cruiserwelght title. At O'Connor Field House, Caldwell, Idaho, Kenny Keene, Enuntttl, Idaho, vs. Robert Clevenger, New Port, Tenn.. 10, cruiseweights. June 1 At Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Conn. (CBS), Mark Johnson. Washington, vs. Cecilio Espino, Mexico, 12, for Johnson's IBF llywelght title. VENICE, Italy — Mario Cipollini lived up to his nickname of "King of Sprints" in Saturday's opening stage of the Tour of Italy cycling race. Cipollini dominated a crowded sprint and got the pink jersey that will go to the leader after each of the 22 stages. It was a repeat of the Giro start in 1995, when Cipollini won the opening stage. Cipollini, improving his career record to more than 100 stage wins, edged fellow Italians Nicola Minali and Endrio Leoni at the finish line. The first non-Italian finisher, Germany's Marcel Wust, placed sixth in the same time as the winner. Cipollini completed the 79.3-miles of 16 laps around Venice's Lido, in two hours, 38:17 minutes. Football OAKLAND, Calif. — The Oakland Raiders, who have spent much of the offseason stockpiling offensive linemen, added another Saturday by signing free agent Lester Holmes. Holmes, who started 14 games for Philadelphia last season, was cut by the Eagles and signed with the Raiders after working out for several teams. Terms of his contract were not released. The 6- foot-3, 305-pound Holmes, who will be used at right guard, said he thinks he'll fit in well in Oakland. GREEN BAY, Wis. — Brett Favre's agent says he expects his client to attend the Green Bay Packers' minicamp next month and training camp in July even if he doesn't have a new contract in hand. Two news reports last week suggested the two-time MVP quarterback might sit out in protest of not having a new deal despite more than a year of negotiations. ESPN reported that he is considering skipping the voluntary minicamp, and a Milwaukee television station cited sources close to Favre as saying he also might not report when training camp begins in July if he doesn't have a new deal by then. Favre's agent, Bus Cook, said recent talks with the Packers have been productive and that Favre is not making his presence contingent upon having a new contract. AUSTIN, Texas — When Nebraska played in the Orange Bowl in January, every football team in the Big 12 Conference made significant money from the game — except the Huskers. Each team in the league shared the bowl's $8.5 million payout. Nebraska, however, lost $900,000 after it sold only 3,600 of its 15,000 Orange Bowl tickets. Nebraska is asking the other Big 12 schools to help cover its loss and explore changes that might prevent the Huskers and others from experiencing the same problem. The issue will be discussed Monday when the Big 12 gathers for a three-day meeting in Dallas. Nebraska's financial bath stemmed from a disappointing football season and an unexpected change in postseason plans. The Huskers thought they were headed to the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans on Jan. 2 for a possible shot at a third straight national championship. The team's dream 1 was sidelined by an upset to Texas in the Big 12 championship game Dec. 7. That loss rerouted the Huskers to the Orange Bowl in Miami. Golf CLIFTON, N. J. — George Archer got a balky putter to convert an 8-foot birdie on the last hole Saturday and retained the lead after two rounds of the $950,000 Cadillac NFL Classic. Archer's up- and-down par round of 72 gave him a 5-under-par 139 total and a one-stroke lead over Senior PGA • Tour rookie Rik Massengale, who jumped into contention with a 68 on the tight Upper Montclair Country Club course. Dave Stockton and Hugh Baiocchi of South Africa were tied for third, two shots off the lead. Terry Dill and Bruce Crampton were the only other players under par, tied at 1-under. Hockey DENVER — Steve Yzerman and Darren McCarty scored goals in the final four minutes, rallying the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night, squaring the Western Conference finals 1-1. Detroit thoroughly dominated the defending NHL champions, but had to rally from a 2-0 deficit. The Red Wings, who outshot Colorado 35-19 in the series opener but lost 2-1, again enjoyed a huge advantage, outshooting the Avs 40-17. Tennis ROME — Get used to these names: Marcelo Rios and Alex Corretja. One of them could be the next Grand Slam champion. For the second time in three weeks, they have reached a major clay- court final and established themselves as top contenders for the French Open starting May 26. Cor- retja, the lOth-seeded Spaniard who has emerged as the most consistent clay-court player of the season, outplayed No. 6 Goran Ivanisevic 7-6 (7-5)* 7-6 (7-4) at the Italian Open Saturday to reach his fourth final of the year. Rios, the No. 7 from Chile, recovered from a breakdown in the third set and won six straight games to beat Spain's Alberto Berasategui 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 and confirm his status as one of the sport's rising stars. Today's best- of-5 final at the Foro Italico will be a rematch of last month's championship match at the Monte Carlo Open, which Rios won in three sets. BERLIN — Mary Pierce will be playing for her second straight title. Mary Joe Fernandez finally reached a final. Pierce, who won the Italian Open last week, beat Amanda Coetzer 6-4, 6-4 Saturday in the semifinals of the $927,000 German Open. Fernandez, making her fourth semifinal appearance of 1997, beat second-seeded Jana Novotna 63, 6-1. The 25-year-old American, who was ranked fourth in the world in 1991, beat 15-year-old Anna Kournikova in the quarterfinals. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 913-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket ottlce 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket otftce 600-676-9257 Kansas State University ticket office .800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 913-628-8614 Salina Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Salina Parks & Recreation office 913-826-7434 Salina Parks & Recreation Information 913-826-7464 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL. 1150-AM) 800-608-1160 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) 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