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B2 MONDAY, MAY 19, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Houston at Philadelphia, IX. cable 28. 6:35 p.m. — Major League Baseball. SI. Louis al Allanla, WTBS, cable 15. BASKETBALL 7:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs. Houston al Utah, TNT. cable 41. GOLF 2:30 p.m. — Goll. World Championship ol Golf. European Championship, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs. Colorado at Detroit. ESPN, cable 38. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday's result Detroit 4, Colorado 2, series tied 1-1 Sunday's result NY Rangers 5, Philadelphia 4. series lied 1-1 Monday's game Colorado al Delroit. 6:30 p.m. NHL summary RANGERS 5, FLYERS 4 NY Rangers 3 2 0—5 Philadelphia 1 3 0—4 First Period—1, Philadelphia. LeClalr 6 (Desjardins, Niinimaa), 4:11 (pp). 2, New York. Lid- stor 1 (Eastwood), 5:09.3, New York. Grebky 7 (Tikkanen, Leetch), 7:35 (pp). 4. New York, Grelzky 8 (Robitaille, Messier), 9:34 (pp). Penalties—Churla, NY (interference), 3:21; Niinimaa, Phi (closing hand on puck), 6:16; Llndros. Phi (goalie interference). 8:18; Churla, NY (hooking), 10:06; Eakins, NY (Interference), 16:12. Second Period—5, Philadelphia. Cofley 1 (Brind'Amour, Renberg), 6:45. 6, Philadelphia, Brmd'Amour 5. 7:34. 7, New York, Gretzky 9 (Messier, Driver). 9:30. 8, New York, Mossier 3 (Beukeboom). 13:45. 9, Philadelphia, Podein 4 (Otto), 15:11. Penalty—Lidster, NY (hooking), 1:47. Third Period—None. Penalty—Beukeboom, NY (holding), 20:00. Shots on goal—New York 7-7-8—22. Philadelphia 15-6-8—29. Power-play Opportunities—New York 2 ol 2; Philadelphia 1 ol 4. Goalies—New York, Richter 9-3 (29 shots-25 saves). Philadelphia, Snow 8-3 (10-5); Hextall (13:45 second, 12-12). A—20,106(19,511). Referee—Paul Devorskl. Linesman—Ray Scapinello. Dan Schachte. Baseball Big 12 linescore BIG 12 TOURNAMENT At Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA 10 OKLAHOMA STATE 5 (Oklahoma State eliminated) Oklahoma Stale 010 100 030— 580 Oklahoma 501 100 30x—10 13 0 WP—Smith (3-0). LP—Thomas (3-2). HR— 0: Shackellord 2, Floras. State college NCAA II REGIONAL At Chlco, Calif. Second championship game CHICO STATE 11 FORT HAYS STATE 5 (Fort Hays State eliminated) Fort Hays Slate 200 100 020 - 510 2 Chico Slate 002 106 02x - 11 13 2 WP —Osbom(12-1) LP — Scogln (9-2). 2B — FH: Muller, J.Valdez; C: Lelevers. 3B — C: Carlson. HR — FH: Wasinger, C: Golowala 2. Saturday's game First championship game FORT HAYS STATE 11 CHICO STATE 3 Chico State 000 011 001 - 3 12 1 Fort Hays Stale 000 040 07x - 11 20 0 WP — Cleveland (5-4). LP — Hirschkom (64). S — Taylor (3). 2B — C: Gotowala; FH: Russell 2, J.Valdez 2, Muller, Ysac. 3B — FH: Nicholas, Wasinger. HR — C: Baker, Hirschkc- Softball NCAA I regional At Columbia, S.C. Friday's results Kansas 3, South Florida 2 South Carolina 5, North Carolina-Greensboro Saturday's results South Carolina 1, Kansas 0 South Florida 2, North Carolina-Greensboro 0, NC-Greensboro eliminated Kansas 3, South Florida 1, South Florida eliminated Sunday's result South Carolina 1, Kansas 0, Kansas eliminat ed Basketball NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Saturday's result Houston 96, Seattle 91, Houston wins series 4-3 Sunday's result Miami 101, New York 90, Miami wins series 4 3 CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Monday's game Houston at Utah. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday's game Miami at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. NBA summary HEAT 101, KNICKS 90 NEW YORK (90) Wallace 1-4 2-2 4, Oakley 3-7 0-0 6, Ewing 17 27 3-3 37, Houston 9-22 2-2 25, Childs 2-9 1-2 6. B.Williams 2-2 1-2 5, Ward 3-8 1-2 7, Brooks 0-10-00. Totals 37-80 10-13 90. MIAMI (101) Ma|erie 1-6 4-8 7. Mashbum 4-9 2-2 11 Mourning 7-14 7-11 22, Lenard 2-9 8-9 13 Hardaway 12-20 8-10 38. Austin 4-91-2 10, An derson 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 30-69 30-42 101. New York 14 18 22 36— 90 Miami 25 24 22 30—101 3-Point goals—New York 6-19 (Houston 5-11 Childs 1-3, Ewing 0-1, Ward 0-4), Miami 11-2 (Hardaway 6-10. Austin 1-1, Mashbum 1-2 Mourning 1-2, Majerle 1-3, Lenard 1-6). Foulec out—Ward. Rebounds—New York 48 (Ewin 17), Miami 49 (Mourning 12). Assists—Nov York 25 (Ward 8), Miami 11 (Hardaway 7). Tola louls—New York 26, Miami 16. Technicals— Ws. Minml illegal rlefpnsp. Flagrant foul— ashbum. A—14.870(15.200). MBA draft order NEW YORK (AP) — The order of selections r the first round ot the 1997 NBA draft, to be eld June 25 at Charlotte. N.C.: 1. San Antonio 2. x-Philadelphia 3. Boston 4. Vancouver 5. Denver 6. Boston (Irom Dallas) 7. New Jersey 8. Golden State 9. x-Toronto 10. xx-Milwaukee 11. Sacramento 12. Indiana 13. Cleveland 14. LA Clippers 15. x-Dallas (from Minnesota) 16. xxx-Phoenlx 17. y-Orlando 18. yy-Portland 19. Detroit 20. yy-Portland (Irom Charlotte) 21. New Jersey (from LA Lakers) 22. Atlanta 23. Seattle 24. Houston 25. New York 26. Miami 27. Ulah 28. Chicago • x-Phlladelphia has the right to swap picks nth Toronto. Also, Toronto has the right to swap s pick (or Philadelphia's pick, If Philadelphia •waps with Toronto) with Dallas for Minnesota's rst-round pick. xx-Milwaukeo has the option to convey this Ick to Phoenix. xxx-Cleveland has the option to receive this Ick. • y-Pick may be conveyed to Utah. • yy-Portland has the option to convey this lick to Minnesota. Note: Washington forfeited its 1997 first-round lick In connection with Its signing of Juwan toward. Washington would have had Ihe 17th lick, and the picks referred to above (following he 16th) reflect that forfeiture. Today's schedule MVP voting NEW YORK (AP) — Resulls of Ihe voting for he 1997 NBA Mosl Valuable Player Award, as selected by a panel ol the media in the U.S. and Janada with first-place voles in parentheses: Player, Team Points Karl Malone, Utah (63) 986 Michael Jordan, Chicago (52) 957 Grant Hill, Detroit 376 1m Hardaway, Miami 238 Glen Rice, Charlotte 134 Gary Paylon, Seattle 105 •lakeem Olajuwon, Houston 95 'atrick Ewing, New York 57 Anthony Mason, Charlotte 7 Shaquille O'Neal. LA Lakers 7 Scottle Plppen, Chicago 6 Akmzo Mourning, Miami 5 Dikembe Mutombo. Atlanta 4 Mrlch Richmond, Sacramento 4 John Stockton, Ulah 3 :harles Barkley, Houston 2 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 1 Tom Gugllotta, Minnesota 1 (evin Johnson, Phoenix 1 Stave Smith, Atlanta 1 Track & field Big 12 championships BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS At Waco, Texas MEN Team scores Texas 130, Nebraska 112 'A, Kansas State 84, Texas A&M 8314, Oklahoma 12'k, Iowa State 64, Baylor 58, Missouri 52, Colorado 49, Texas Tech 46'A, Oklahoma State 39, Kansas 28. Individual results 5,000m run—1. Goucher, Colorado, 14:19.58; 2. Klem, Baylor, 14:26.61; 3. Wild, Oklahoma State, 14:31.49; 4. Boor, Nebraska, 14:32.34; 5. Lemplrikany, Iowa State, 14:33.87; 6. Clrve- Smith, Kansas Stale, 14:38.19. Triple |ump—1. Cobb, Texas, 53-7; 2. Duncan, Texas, 53-5%; 3. Douglas, Oklahoma, 53- 3V<; 4. Brown, Texas, 50-4 Y<; 5. Tan, Kansas, «-6V4; 6. Prebyl, Nebraska, 48-6 Vi. Javelin—1. File, Missouri, 232-3; 2. Warren, Nebraska, 231-8; 3. Johnson, Texas, 220-8; 4. irasha, Texas A&M, 214-10; 5. Gumm, Nebraska, 213-0; 6. Pantin, Texas A&M, 208-6. 400m relay—1. Texas A&M, 39.30; 2. Texas Tech, 39.70; 3. Baylor, 39.96; 4. Texas, 40.05; 5. Oklahoma, 40.06; 6. Nebraska, 40.33. Steeplechase—1. Hughes, Missouri, 9:04.61; 2. Reese, Colorado, 9:05.09; 3. LJchoro, Iowa State, 9:05.98; 4. Sloan, Oklahoma State, 9:07.04; 5. Pirtle, Missouri, 9:11.15; 6. Tale, Kansas, 9:24.45. 1,500m run—1. Wild, Oklahoma State, 3:46.72; 2. Goucher, Colorado, 3:48.39; 3. Knight, Baylor, 3:48.88; 4. May, Kansas State, 3:50.06; 5. Davies, Kansas State, 3:51.44; 6. Napier, Colorado, 3:51.67. 110m hurdles—1. Wade, Texas A&M, 13.38; 2. Hibbler, Nebraska, 13.50; 3. Woods, Iowa State, 13.54; 4. Rlley, Texas, 13.74; 5. Livingston, Kansas State, 13.82; 6. Kearse, Nebraska, 13.84. 400m dash—1. Martin, Oklahoma, 44.89; 2. Black, Kansas State, 45.42; 3. McFarlane, Oklahoma, 45.65; 4. McCray, Texas A&M, 45.75; 5. Johnson, Texas Tech, 45.85; 6. Kite, Oklahoma, 45.96. 100m dash—1. Fobbs, Texas A&M, 10.19; 2. Howard, Texas Tech, 10.31; 3. Frempong, Tanas in afl; 4 Fanlnn in 3Q; S .Innas Ta»at A&M, 10.41; 6. Miller. Texas Tech, 10.46. 400m hurdles—1. Woods, Iowa Stale, 50.05; 2. Clarke, Oklahoma, 50.53; 3. Brown, Oklahoma, 51.39; 4. James, Oklahoma, 51.49; 5. Kearse, Nebraska, 52.70; 6. Dennard, Baylor, 52.96. 800m run—1. Peterson, Missouri. 1:49.58; 2. Strong, Baylor, 1:49.96; 3. Cotton, Texas, 1:50.02; 4. Bearden, Txas Tech, 1:50.78; 5. Schafer, Colorado, 1:51.56; 6. Terry, Baylor, 1:52.45. 200m dash— 1. Howard, Texas Tech, 20.69; 2. Fobbs, Texas A&M, 20.96; 3. McCray, Texas A&M, 21.26; 4. Frempong, Texas, 21.31; 5. Price, Kansas Stale, 21.57; 6. Hyman, Oklahoma, 21.68. Discus—1. Peterson, Kansas State, 181-5; 2. Warren, Nebraska, 180-2; 3. Beyer, Iowa State, 178-2; 4. Manning, Kansas State, 177-6; 5. Roesler, Texas, 172-4; 6. Roos, Texas, 171-2 Pole vault—1. Davis, Texas. 17-8 V,; 2. Hanna, Baylor, 17-3; -,. Richmond, Nebraska, 16- 9'/c, 4. Miller, Kansas, 16-9'/4; 5. Nance. Texas A&M, 16-9'/4; 6. Carlson, Nebraska, 16-9'/«. 1,600m relay—1. Oklahoma, 3:01.31; 2. Baylor, 3:02.23; 3. Kansas State, 3:09.41; 4. Texas Tech, 3:09.69; 5. Missouri, 3:11.54; 6. Texas A&M, 3:12.14. WOMEN Team scores Texas 137, Nebraska 110, Kansas State 87, Colorado 63, Baylor 80, Texas A&M 68, Missouri 43, Kansas 42, Iowa State 37, Oklahoma 36, Oklahoma Stale 34, Texas Tuch, 22. Individual results Triple |ump— 1. Kinard. Kansas State, 451%; 2. Bowers, Baylor, 44-2%; 3. Sawyer Texas A&M, 42-1 1V4; 4. Clarlett, Texas A&M 42-8%; 5. Henry, Nebraska, 42-6'/<; 6. Ingram Nebraska, 41-10V<. Javelin—1. Lowe, Kansas Stale, 160-0; 2 Schultz, Kansas State, 157-6; 3. Webster, Okla homa, 152-8; 4. Feldkamp, Kansas, 146-8; 5 MONDAY, MAY 19 BASEBALL Ell-Saline ft Sacred Heart at Lincoln 2-1A regional GOLF Salina Central & Salina South at Salina Municipal 5A regional, 9 a.m. Sacred Heart at Halstead 2-1A regional, 9 a.m. SOFTBALL Salina Central at Salina South 5A regional Ell-Saline & SE Saline In 3-2-1A regional TENNIS Salina Central & Salina South at Oakdale Park 5A regional, 9 a.m. SE Saline at Hillsboro 3-2-1A regional. 9 a.m. tohs, Nebraska, 145-6; 6. Whltham, Kansas late, 144-11. 400m relay—1. Texas, 43.6; 2. Baylor, 44.48; . Oklahoma, 44.86; 4. Texas A&M, 44.93; 5. klahoma State, 45.03; 6. Nebraska, 45.21. 1,500m run—1. Wille, Colorado, 4:16.66; 2. mith, Colorado, 4:21.78; 3. Groves. Iowa State, :27.12; 4. Haremza. Missouri, 4:27.41; 5. daclee, Nebraska, 4:31.42; 6. Davis, Missouri, :32.06. 100m hurdles—1. Kirkland, Texas A&M, 2.70; 2. Vaughn, Texas. 13.02; 3. Farquhar, olorado, 13.36; 4. Sawyer, Texas A&M, 13.43; . Ford, Baylor, 13.53; 6. Peters, Texas Tech, 3.66. 400m dash—1. Reid, Texas, 51.62; 2. Carglll, )klahoma, 52.03; 3. Howard, Texas, 52.31; 4. ope, Kansas Slate, 52.38; 5. Brown, Texas, 2.42; 6. Roland, Baylor, 53.38. 100m dash—1. Kelly, Texas, 11.29; 2. Perry, exas, 11.29; 3. Baker, Oklahoma Slate, 11.35; . Vaughn, Texas, 11.42; 5. Backus, Texas, 1.45; 6. Jackson, Oklahoma State, 11.48. Shot put—1. Thompson, Nebraska. 59-4 K; . Littleton. Texas. 48-5V4; 3. Cumyn, Iowa ilale, 48-3 V<; 4. Feldkamp, Kansas, 47-8W; 5. (ockrow, Kansas, 47- V>;6. Syler, Kansas Slate, 5-11V«. 800m run—1. Affeldt, Texas Tech, 2:06.90; 2. Dledorich, Kansas Slate, 2:09.42; 3. Chertudi, Baylor, 2:10.76; 4. Croom, Nebraska, 2:11.09; 5. Diaz, Texas, 2:12.66; 6. Vogel, Oklahoma, 1:14.34. 400m hurdles—1. Kirkland, Texas A&M, 7.75; 2. Steriin, Colorado, 59.76; 3. Dyson, Ok- ahoma, 1:00.04; 4. Meislnger, Nebraska, :00.83; 5. Ford, Baylor, 1:01.47; 6. Hammill, owa State, 1:02.51. High jump—1. Dykslra, Kansas State, 51.14; 2. Doelker, Nebraska, 5-10; 3. Doetker, Nebraska, 5-10; 4. Thompson, Nebraska, 5-8; 5. Anderson, Kansas State, 5-8; 6. Braness, Nebraska, 5-8. 200m dash—1. Perry, Texas, 22.73; 2. 'aughn, Texas, 23.11; 3. Backus, Texas, 23.15; 4. Baker, Oklahoma State, 23.17; 5. Brown, 'exas. 23.19; 6. Jackson, Oklahoma Sate, 23.32. 1,600m relay—1. Texas, 3:33.25; 2. Baylor, 3:34.10; 3. Nebraska, 3:35.16; 4. Oklahoma, 3:36.22; 5. Texas A&M, 3:42.96; 6. Kansas itate. 3:44.17. 5,000m run—1. Smedslad, Oklahoma State, 17:06.85; 2. Clyde, Colorado, 17:15.13; 3. Em- ilrom, Baylor, 17:16.38; 4. Allen, Missouri, 17:23.09; 5. Daniel, Texas Tech, 17:23.15; 6. leverslam, Baylor, 17:27.68. Auto racing Busch results NAZARETH, Pa. (AP) — Results Sunday ol he CoreStates Advantage 200 NASCAR Busch 3rand National Series stock car race at Nazarelh Speedway, with starling position In larenlheses, driver, hometown, make ol car, aps completed, money won, and reason out, if any: 1. (1) Elliott Sadler, Emporla, Va., Chevrolet, 200, $30,887. 2. (2) Todd Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Pontiac, 200, $17,462. 3. (8) Randy LaJoie, Norwalk, Conn., Chevro- et, 200, $15,150. 4. (4) Jeff Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 200, $11,012. 5. (24) Dale Shaw, Conway, N.H., Chevrolet, 200, $9,125. 6. (7) Joe Bessey, Scarborough, Me., Chevro- el, 200, $6,362. 7. (11) Jason Keller, Greenville, S.C., Chevro- et, 200, $8,412. 8. (19) Mike McLaughlln, Waterloo, N.Y., Chevrolet, 200, $8,262. 9. (14) Buckshot Jones, Monticallo, Ga., Pontiac, 200, $8,162. 10. (16) Dennis Setter, Newton, N.C., Chevro- el, 200, $6,912. 11. (22) Tim Fedewa, Holt, Mich., Chevrolet, 200, $5,762. 12. (3) Hernia Sadler, Emporta, Va.., Chevro- et, 200, $5,112. 13. (18) Ted Christopher, Plain*. Conn., Chevrolet, 200, $3,505. 14. (23) Mark Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevro- et, 200, $5,087. 15. (9) Kevin Lepage, Shelburne, Ver., Chevrolet, 200, $7,737. 16. (5) Glenn Allen, Cincinnati, Chevrolet, 200, $5,052. 17. (30) Tom Bolles, Ellington, Conn., Pontiac, 199, $3,960. 18. (26) Greg Sacks, Mattituck, N.Y., Chevro- et, 199, $3,450. 19. (13) Tracy Leslie, Mount Clemens, Mich., Pontiac, 198, $5,012. 20. (10) Phil Parsons, Detroit, Chevrolet, 198, $5,412. 21. (17) Mike Dillon, Welcome, N.C., Chevrolet, 198, $7,212. 22. (29) Johnny Chapman, Stony Point, N.C., Ford, 198, $5,512. 23. (12) Elton Sawyer, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 197i-$4,837 r 24. (33) Jeff McClure, Harrisburg, N.C., Ford, 197, $3,225. 25. (31) Bryan Wall, Sandown, N.H., Chevrolet, 194, $3,350. 26. (32) Mike Olsen, North Haverhlll, N.H., Chevrolet, 192, $3,140.. 27. (21) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, WIs., Chevrolet, 177, $3,125. 28. (35) Joey McCarthy, Randolph, N.J., Chevrolet, 174, $3,100. 29. (6) Sieve Park, East Northport, N.Y., Chevrolet, 170, $6,162, engine. 30. (15) Shane Hall, Fountain Inn, S.C., Chevrolet, 149, $4,362, accident. 31. (25) Jell Fuller, Auburn, Mass., Chevrolet, 148, $6,362, accident. 32. (27) Stevle Reeves, Speedway, Ind., Ford, 50, $4,087, accident. 33. (20) Mike Stelanik, Coventry, R.I., Chevrolet, 44, $3,690, accident. 34. (26) Matt Kenselh, Nashville, Tenn. Chevrolet, 44, $2,985, accident. 35. (34) Bill Holf, Ivyland, Pa., Chevrolet, 30, $2,980, accident. Indy 500 lineup INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The lineup for the May 25 Indianapolis 500, listing the driver hometown or country, car number, chassis-en gine, and four-lap qualification average speed In mph (r-rookie): Row1 1. Arle Luyendyk, Netherlands, No. 5, G Force-Aurora, 218.263. 2. Tony Stewart, Indianapolis, No. 2, G Force- Aurora, 218.021. 3. r-Vincenzo Sospirl, Italy, No. 6, Dallara-Au rora, 216.822. Row 2 4. Robbie Buhl, Grosse Poinle, Mich., No. 3, G Force-Aurora, 216.102. 5. Scott Goodyear, Canada, No. 6, G Force \urora.215.811. 6. Jim Guthrle, Albuquerque, N.M., No. 27, )allara-Aurora, 215.207. Row 3 7. r-Jeff Ward, San Juan Caplstrano. Calif., No. 52,0 Force-Aurora, 214.517. 8. Davey Hamilton, Boise, Idaho, No. 14. G 'orce-Aurora, 214.484. 9. Ellseo Salazar, Chile, No. 7, Dallara-Aurora, :14.320. Row 4 10. Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. 91, Dallara- Aurora, 214.286. 11. Eddie Cheever, Tampa, Fla., No. 51, G : orce-Aurora, 214.073 12. Robby Gordon, Cornelius, N.C., No. 42, G : orce-Aurora. 213.211. Row 5 13. Stephan Gregoire, France, No. 77, G Force-Aurora, 213.126. 14. r-Affonso Glaffone, Brazil, No. 17, Dallara- Aurora, 212.974. 15. r-Kenny Brack, Sweden, No. 4. G Force- Aurora, 211.221. Row 6 16. Buzz Calkins, Denver, No. 12, G Force-Auora, 209.564. 17. r-Jack Miller, Carmel, Ind., No. 40, Dallara- nlMI, 209.250. 18. Mike Gioff, Pasadena, Calif., No. 10, G Force-lnfinlti, 208.537. Row? 19. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Capistrano, Caiif., No. 21, Dallara-lntlnrtl, 207.371. 20. r-Sleve Klnser, Bloomlngton, Ind., No. 44, Dallara-Aurora, 210.793. 21. r-Robbie Groff, Atlanta, No. 30, G Force- Aurora, 207.792. RowB 22. r-Bllly Boat. Phoenix, No. 11, Dallara-Aurcra, 215.544. 23. r-Sam Schmidt, Us Vegas, No. 16, Dal- ara-Aurora, 215.141. 24. r-Bllly Roe, Gilbert, Ariz., No. 50, Dallara- Aurora, 212.752. Row 9 25. Mark Dlsmore, Greenfield, Ind., No. 28, Dallara-Aurora, 212.423. 26. r-Tyce Carlson, Indianapolis, No. 16, Dallara-Aurora, 210.852. 27. Marco Greco, Brazil, No. 22, Dallara-Aurora, 210.322. Row 10 28. Dennis Vitoto, Fort Uuderdale, Fla., No. 54, Dallara-lnflnltJ 207.626. 29. Fermin Velez, Spain, No. 33, Dallara-Aurora, 206.512. 30. r-Greg Ray, Piano, Texas, No. 97, Dallara- Aurora, 213.760. Row 11 31. Alessandro Zampedri, Italy, No. 34, Dal- ara-Aurora, 211.757. 32. r-Claude Bourbonnals, Canada, No. 72, Dallara-Aurora, 210.523. 33. Paul Durant, Manteca, Calif., No. 1, G Force-Aurora, 209.149. Row 12 34. Lyn St. James, Daytona Beach, Fla., No. 90, Dallara-lnfiniti, 210.145. 35. Johnny Unser, Sun Valley, Idaho, No. 9, Dallara-lnfl nltl, 209.344. Golf PGA results IRVING, Texas (AP) — Final scores and money winnings Sunday of the $1.8 million Byron Nelson Classic on the 6,699-yard, par-70 TPC at .as Colinas and 6,846-yard, par-70 Cottonwood Valley G.C.: Tiger Woods, $324,000 64*1-67-68—263 Lee Rinker, $194,400 65-63-69-68—265 Tom Watson. $104,400 65-66-69-67—267 Dan Foreman, $104,400 67-64-66-70—267 Bob Tway, $56,957 69-65-68-66—268 Andrew Magee, $56,957 66-65-69-68—268 Chris Perry, $56,957 65-67-66-70—268 Paul Stankowskl, $56,957 64-66-68-70—268 Brad Bryant. $56,957 65-67-66-70—268 Mike Standly, $56,957 66-63-68-71—268 Jim Furyk, $56,957 63-67-67-71—268 John Cook, $33,171 68-68-66-67—269 Craig Parry, $33,171 66-66-69-68—269 Phil Mrckelson, $33,171 66-67-68-68—269 Eric Johnson, $33,171 65-69-66-69—269 Neal Lancaster, $33,171 70-66-64-69—269 Phil Blackmar, $33,171 68-63-67-71—269 Hal Sutton, $33,171 68-65-66-70—269 Tom Kile, $20,314 69-67-67-67—270 Loren Roberts, $20,314 70-64-68-68—270 Olin Browne, $20,314 74-64-63-69—270 Dudley Hart, $20,314 64-68-69*9—270 Nick Price, $20,314 69-65-67-69—270 David Edwards, $20,314 70-67-63-70—270 David Berganio, $20,314 68-63-66-73—270 Brad Faxon, $14,400 67-67-64-73—271 Brent Geiberger, $13,320 6948-67-68—272 Kevin Sutherland, $13,320 6549-7048—272 Justin Leonard, $13,320 66-6947-70—272 David Sutherland, $11,700 68-64-70-71—273 Payne Stewart, $11,700 694845-71—273 Kirk Triplet!, $11,700 674546-75—273 Andy Bean, $9,720 68-704947—274 Cowy-PavtorWZO 72-664848—274- Tom Byrum, $9,720 6944-71-70—274 Doug Martin, $9,720 6646-70-72—274 Rocco Mediate, $9,720 664846-74—274 Shane Bertsch, $7,740 704847-70—275 Mike Reid, $7,740 694649-71—275 J.P. Hayes, $7,740 694647-73—275 Scott Dunlap, $7,740 694746-73—275 John Morse, $7,740 674447-77—275 Patrick Burke, $5,940 6949-7147—276 Brandel Chamblee, $5,940 68-7048-70—276 Hugh Royer, $5,940 734548-70-276 Nick Faldo, $5,940 66-6849-73—276 Jim Carter, $5,940 674649-74—276 Stewart Cink, $4,524 6848-7447—277 Brad Fabel, $4,524 7048-7148—277 Don Pooley, $4,524 6849-7149—277 Scon Gump, $4,524 7043-73-71—277 Ben Crenshaw, $4,524 6647-72-72-277 David Toms, $4,524 6847-70-72—277 Scott McCanon, $4,158 6849-7249—278 David Frost, $4,158 684846-76—278 Mike Brisky, $4,050 7245-71-71—279 Rick Fehr, $4,050 6848-70-73—279 Billy Ray Brown, $4,050 684947-75—279 Brett Quigley, $4,050 694648-76—279 Mark Wlebe, $3,906 67-71 -7349—280 D.A. Welbring, $3,906 67-71-71-71—280 Kenny Perry, $3,906 6847-71-74—280 Tommy Tolles, $3,906 684849-75—280 Chip Sullivan, $3,744 7048-72-71—281 Jos Durant, $3,744 71-65-74-71—281 Davis Love III, $3,744 68-70-70-73—281 Hldekl Kase, $3,744 68-7047-76—281 Mark Brooks, $3,744 684948-76—281 Marco Dawson, $3,636 67-7048-77—282 P.H. Horgan III, $3,600 66-71 -73-73—283 Seniors results CLIFTON, N.J. (AP) — Final scores and mon ey winnings Sunday of the $950,000 Cadillac NFL Classic on Ihe 6,816-yard, par-72 Uppe Montclalr Country Club course (x-won on third hole of sudden-death playoff): x-Bruce Crampton, $142.500 76-67-67—210 Hugh Balocchl. $83,800 71 -70-69-210 Dave Stockton, $68.400 74-67-71—212 Lee Trevlno. $51,300 75-72-66—213 IsaoAoki. $51,300 77-68-68—213 Kermlt Zarley, $29.450 76-70-68—214 Leonard Thompson, $29,450 75-70-69—214 J.C. Snead. $29,450 75-69-70—214 Bruce Summerhays, $29.450 74-70-70—214 Walt Morgan, $29,450 73-71-70—214 Rlk Massengale, $29,450 7248-74—214 Bunky Henry, $20.900 77-71-67—215 Mike McCuflough, $17,575 71-7649—216 Bob Eastwood, $17,575 75-71-70—216 Bob Murphy, $17,575 75-70-71—216 George Archer. $17,575 67-72-77—216 Jimmy Powell, $14,725 73-74-70—217 Larry Gilbert, $14,725 73-72-72—217 Dfck Hendrickson, $13,395 74-75-70—219 Rick Acton. $10,878 77-73-70—220 Hubert Green, $10,878 8049-71—220 erry McGee, $10,878 78-70-72—220 Ray Floyd, $10,878 76-71-73—220 3ob Charles, $10,878 74-71-75—220 erry Dill, $10.878 73-70-77—220 Orvllle Moody, $8,265 76-76-69—221 Walter Zembriskl, $8,265 78-71-72—221 Will Sowles, $8.265 73-75-73—221 Dale Douglass, $8,265 7949-73—221 Dave Eichelberger, $8,265 74-72-75—221 Butch Balrd, $6,698 79-7449—222 Dave Ojala, $8.698 79-7449—222 Mike Hill, $6,698 78-72-72—222 Im Colbert, $6,698 75-74-73—222 Dan Wood, $5,067 75-77-71—223 David Oakley, $5,067 75-76-72—223 Bob E. Smith, $5,067 78-73-72—223 Bob Dlckson, $5,067 75-75-73—223 JaMn Peete, $5,067 80-71 -72—223 Lee Elder, $5,067 76-74-73—223 Deane Beman, $5,067 73-76-74—223 Buddy Whitten, $5,067 77-71-75—223 DeWitt Weaver, $5,067 78-70-75—223 ohn D. Morgan, $3,705 80-74-70—224 Dick Lolz, $3,705 76-76-72—224 Homero Blancas, $3,705 75-75-74—224 Larry Ziegler, $3,705 76-74-74—224 Dana Oulgley, $3,705 73-75-76—224 LPGA results ROCKLAND, Del. (AP) — Final scores and earnings Sunday of the $1.2 million LPGA Championship, played on the 6,386-yard, par-71 DuPont Country Club (x-won on second playoff hole): x-Chrts Johnson, $180,000 68-7349-71—281 LetaUndley, $111,711 724949-71—281 Annlka Sorenstam, $81,519 70-73-72-67—282 Laura Davies, $57,365 67-75-7448—284 Sherri Stelnhauer, $57,365 68-71-73-72—284 Gail Graham, $38,947 69-79-7146—285 Dawn Coe-Jones, $38,947 70-75-7149—285 'rish Johnson, $31,400 70-73-72-71—286 Karrie Webb, $26,871 71-79-7047—287 Barb Mucha, $26,871 68-73-72-74—287 Kelly Robblns, $20,047 73-74-7447—288 'at Bradley, $20,047 70-75-76-67—288 Brandie Burton, $20,047 71-73-7648—288 Dana Dormann, $20,047 70-73-75-70—288 Judy Dickinson, $20,047 75-7248-73—288 Wendy Doolan, $15,397 74-72-74-69—289 Lorie Kane, $15,397 73-74-71-71—289 Donna Andrews, $15,397 73-71-73-72—289 Kim Salkl, $15,397 68-7549-77—289 Amy Fruhwirth, $13,586 72-75-73-70—290 Jennifer Wyatt, $13,586 73-75-71 -71 —290 Mardi Lunn, $12,176 72-77-7547—291 Meg Mallon, $12,176 72-76-73-70—291 Tina Barrett, $12,176 69-77-75-70—291 Dale Reid, $10,446 74-75-73-70—292 Wendy Ward, $10,446 72-78-71-71—292 Catriona Matthew, $10,446 71-75-75-71—292 Mlssle McGeorge, $10,446 73-74-73-72—292 Alicia Dlbos, $10,446 71-76-73-72-292 :indy Flgg-Currier, $10,446 71-76-72-73—292 Suzanne Strudwk*, $8,423 72-74-77-70—293 Michelle McGann, $8,423 74-76-71-72—293 Helen Dobson, $8,423 78-7249-74—293 Karen Weiss, $8,423 73-75-71-74—293 Colleen Walker, $8,423 72-74-73-74—293 Nanci Bowen, $8,423 73-72-73-75—293 Nancy Lopez, $8,225 69-79-7848—294 Kris Monaghan, $6,225 7040-72-72—294 Deb Richard, $6,225 77-72-73-72—294 Nancy Ramsbottom, $6,225 72-75-75-72—294 Dottie Pepper, $6,225 71 -78-72-73—294 Mltzi Edge, $6,225 69-79-73-73—294 Michelle Estill, $6,225 74-74-72-74—294 KParker-Gregory, $6,225 72-73-75-74—294 Barb Whltehead, $6,225 72-75-72-75—294 Alice Miller, $4,252 74-76-7847—295 Kristl Albers, $4,252 74-76-73-72—295 Allison Finney, $4,252 70-79-74-72—295 Kathryn Marshall, $4,252 71-78-73-73—295 Jenny Udback, $4,252 71-78-71-75—295 Marianne Morris, $4,252 73-74-73-75—295 Joan Pitcock, $4,252 70-77-73-75—295 Betsy King, $2,988 76-73-77-70—296 Hollls Stacy, $2,988 72-76-76-72—296 Carin H| Koch, $2,988 72-78-72-74—296 Mlssle Berteottl, $2,988 72-75-75-74-296 Susie Redman, $2,988 70-75-77-74—296 Jull Inkster, $2,988 71-75-74-76—296 M.B.Zimmerman, $2,355 70-75-76-76—297 Jill McGill, $1,923 74-76-75-73—298 V.Goetze-Ackerman, $1,923 73-76-74-75—298 Hlromi Kobayashl, $1,923 73-75-75-75—298 Jane Crafter, $1,923 73-75-75-75—298 R.Hetherington, $1,923 70-78-75-75 1 -298 KPeterson-Parker, $1,923 74-73-74-77—298 Nancy Scranton, $1,923 73-75-72-78—298 Cathy Mockett,$1,429 73-75-78-73—299 Helen Alfredsson, $1,429 77-73-75-74—299 D.Ammaccapane, $1,429 71-79-75-74—299 Jane Geddes, $1,429 73-73-79-74—299 Denise Killeen, $1,429 74-74-75-76—299 Amy Akxffl, $1,429 72-75-76-76—299 J.Gallagher-Smtth, $1,429 74-74-74-77-299 Emilee Klein, $1,429 75-72-74-78—299 Mayuml Hirase, $1,188 74-75-76-75—300 M.Spencer-Devlln, $1,188 75-73-76-76—300 CJohnston-Forbes, $1,188 72-76-76-76—300 Anne Marie Palli, $1,188 70-76-78-76—300 Pal Hurst. $1.188 6975-77.79—300 Lisa Walters, $1,105 74-76-75-76-301 Val Skinner, $1,105 74-75-75-77—301 Vickie Odegard, $1,072 75-75-75-77—302 Hole-in-one WHO - Bruce Buttermore. WHERE - Salina Municipal Golf Course. WHEN -Sunday, May 18. HOLE - No. 2. DISTANCE-138 yards. CLUB USED - Pitching wedge. WITNESSES - Trent Peatling, BUI Rexroat John Swlerclnskl. Boxing Fight schedule May 20 At Medieval Times, Lyndhurst, N.J. (USA) Jimmy Thunder, Australia, vs. Maurice Harris Phoenix, 10, heavyweights; David Izonritel Nigeria, vs. Robert Hawkins, Philadelphia, 10 heavyweights. M*y23 At Charlotte County Memorial Auditorium Punta Qorda, Fla., Freeman Barr, Naples, Fla. vs. Roosevelt Booth, Bradenton, Fla., 12, fo Ban's IBC Americas middleweight title; David Armstrong, Cape Coral, Fla., vs. Alexis Barce lay, Miami, 12, lor the vacant NABU lightwekjh title. May 25 At the Roxy, Boston (ESPN2), Israel Cardona Hartfoid, Conn., vs. Charles Murray, Rochester N.Y., 10, {unloi welterweights. May 28 At Gold Coast, Australia, Joe Bugner, Aus tralla, vs, Walsikl Ugaloa, Fiji, 12, lor Bugner 1 Pan Asian Boxing Association heavyweight title May 31 Al Ihe Taj Mahal, Atlnntlc City, N.J. (HBO), [ostya Tszyu. Russia, vs. Vlnce Phillips, IBS 'eggs, 12. for Tszyu's IBF |unlor welterweight II- e; Samson Po'uha. Tonga, vs. Jesse Ferguson, 'hlladelphla. 10, heavyweights; Vasllly Jirov. [azakhstan. vs. Gesses Mesgana, Washington. . cruiserwelghts. At Caesars Palace. Las Vegas. Jesus Chong, Mexico, vs. Eric, griffin, Jaspar, Tenn.. 12, for the acant WBO light flyweight tills. At TBA, Johnny McClaln. Las Vegas, vs. dlehael Llndblad, Sweden, 12, lor the WBU su- »r crulserwelght title. At O'Connor Field House, Caldwell, Idaho, [enny Keene, Emmett, Idaho, vs. Robert de- ranger. New Port, Tenn., 10. cruiserweights. June 1 At Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville. Conn. CBS), Mark Johnson. Washington, vs. Ceclllo Esplno, Mexico, 12. for Johnson's IBF flyweight Hie. June 3 At The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia. Courage Tshabalala, South Africa, vs. Darroll Wilson. At- antic City, N.J., 10, heavyweights; Bronco McKart, Monroe, Mich., vs. Glenwood Brown, Willingboro. N.J., 10, junior middlewelghts. June 7 At Ruidoso (N.M.) Convention Center, Eric Holland, Alamogordo, N.M., vs. Shibala Flores, Mexico, 15, for Holland's WBB Classic light middleweight title. Al Sacramento, CalK. (HBO). Jose Luis Lopez, Mexico, vs. Aaron Davis, Bronx, N.Y., 10, mid- dlewelghts. JuneS At Hollywood, Call). (ESPN2). Gerrie Coetzee. South Africa, vs. Iran Barkley, Bronx. N.Y., 10, leavywelghts. June 11 At Mountaineer Race Track, Chester. W.Va. DIRECTV), Hector Camacho, Puerto Rico, vs. Jan Connolly, Pittsburgh. 10, welterweights. June 13 At Arena Oberhausen, Oberhausen. Germany. Virgil Hill, Wllliston, N.D., vs. Darius Mtehal- czewskl, Sweden, 12, lor the WBA light heavyweight titles. June 14 At Alamodome, San Antonio (HBO), Oscar De La Hoya, East Los Angeles, Call!., vs. David Kamau, Kenya, 12, lor De La Hoya's WBC welterweight title; Genaro Hernandez, East Los Ange- es, Calil., vs. Anatoly Alexandrov, Russia, 12, or Hernandez's WBC junior lightweight title. Al Grand Casino. Blloxl, Miss. (CBS), James 'oney, Ann Arbor, Mich., vs. Steve Little, Read- ng, Pa., 10, light heavyweights. June 15 At Foxwoods Resort and Casino, Ledyard, Conn. (ESPN2), Don Diego Poeder, Nether- ands, vs. Terry Ray, Terre Haute, Ind., 12, lor the vacant WBU crulserwelght title. At Grand Casino, Blloxl, Miss. (CBS), James Jouglas, Columbus, Ohio, vs. Ross Puritty, 'hoenlx, 10, heavyweights. June 28 At MGM Grand, Us Vegas (PPV), Evander Holylleld, Atlanta, vs. Mike Tyson, Southington Township, Ohio, 12, lor Holylield's WBA heavyweight title. At Germany, Graciano Rocchlglani, Germany, vs. Frank Tale, Detroit, 12, lor the WBU light heavyweight title. July 18 Al Las Vegas Hilton (HBO), Johnny Tapla, Al- )uquerque, vs. Danny Romero, Albuquerque, 12, lor Tapla's WBO and Romero's IBF junior bantamweight titles; Michael Carbajal, Phoneix, vs. Jake Matlala, South Africa, lor Carbajal's IBA and Matlala's WBO light flyweight titles. Aug. 23 At Madison Square Garden, New York (PPV), Terry Norris, San Diego, vs. Felix Trinidad, Puero Rico, 12, lor Norris WBC super welterweight title. General Letters of intent BETHANY ATHLETE —Cody Forrest. SCHOOL-Wichita Carroll HS. SPORT —Golf. ATHLETE — Chi|a Skala. SCHOOL — Texas Lutheran University. SPORT — Cross country & track. NOTES — Team MVP, 1995 regional track participant. ATHLETE — Montgomery Meyer-Hesler. SPORT — Cross country, baseball & golf. ATHLETE — Mlodrag Scepanovic. SCHOOL—Booker T. Washington HS, Tulsa, Okla. SPORT —Soccer. POSITION — Midfielder. HGT-WGT —6-2,180. ATHLETE —Dale Polk. SCHOOL-Syracuse HS. SPORT — Cross country & track. STATS —17:11 for 5 kilometers. NOTES — All-High Plains League. ATHLETE —Wayne Ryan. SCHOOL — Marysville HS. SPORT-Football. POSITION —Offense. NOTES — Honorable mention All-North Central Kansas League. ATHLETE-Chris Gentz. SCHOOL — Herington HS, Cowley County CC. SPORT —Basketball. POSITION — Forward. STATS — 7 ppg, 2 rpg, 4 apg, 1 spg, 46 3- point goal percentage. TABOR ATHLETE-Jeff Blake. SCHOOL —Minneapolis HS. SPORT —Baseball. POSITION — Infielder, pitcher. HGT —5-7. ATHLETE —Tyler Brown. SCHOOL — McPhersonHS. SPORT—Basketball. POSITION-Guard. HGT — 5-9. NOTES — Honorable mention all-Ark Valley League. Transactions BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Traded OF Tony Phillips and C Chad Kreuter to Anaheim for LHP Chuck McElroy and C Jorge Fabregas. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Optioned RHP Steve Montgomery and SS Tony Batista to Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League. Recalled RHP Mike Oqulst and SS Scott Sheldon from Edmonton. SEATTLE MARINERS—Assigned RHP Malt Apana to Lancaster ol the California League on a rehabilitation assignment. National League NEW YORK METS—Named Kevin McCarthy stadium manager. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Optioned LHP Michael Mimbs to Scranton Wilkes-Bane of the International League. Recalled RHP Ron Blazler from Scranton Wilkes-Barre. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Placed RHP Dario Veras on the 15-day disabled list. Activated RHP Joey Hamilton Irom Ihe 15-day disabled list. FOOTBALL National Football League OAKLAND RAIDERS—Signed OL Lester Holmes. T BIG 12 TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS Beloit's File wins javelin; Texas sweeps team tides By JAIME ARON The Associated Press WACO, Texas — Missouri's Darin File, a former standout at Beloit High School, won the javelin event at Sunday's Big 12 Track and Field Championships. File topped the field with a throw of 232-3. Texas women's track team was so dominant in Sunday's sprints that they were able to wipe out a 23-point deficit to Nebraska and still beat them by 27 points for the champi- onship. Their male counterparts also overtook Nebraska on the final day, going from 7.5 points behind to winning by 17.5. For both Texas teams, it was the continuation of the glory they enjoyed in the old Southwest Conference. The men had won the last five outdoor crowns and the women had taken the last six. The Lady Longhorns' victory was the most impressive because they went from so far behind to so far ahead. They even had the title clinched with two events remaining. The Texas women did it by burning up the sprints: winning the 4x100 relay, scoring 30 points in the 200, 28 in the 100 and 21 in the 400. Their 89 points in those four events were more than every other team but Nebraska. Sophomore Nanceen Perry, who grew up about an hour away in Fairfield, got Texas going with a tremendous second leg of the 400 relay that propelled the team to victory in a season-best time of 43.6 seconds. Perry was second to teammate Sabrina Kelly by thousandths in the 100, and she won the 200 in a personal-best time of 22.73. Texas also took fourth and fifth in the 100 and second, third, fifth and seventh in the 200. Texas scored 137 points, Nebraska 110 and Kansas State 87. Colorado, which won last year's Big Eight outdoor crown, had 83, followed by Baylor (80), Texas A&M (68), Missouri (43), Kansas (42), Iowa State (37), Oklahoma (36), Oklahoma State (34) and Texas Tech (22). The Texas men began their march by taking first, second and fourth in the day's second event, the triple jump. The only other event Texas would win was the pole vault. But it managed at least a few points in nine of the 12 Sunday events. Nebraska got points in only seven. Texas won with 130 points to 112.5 for Nebraska, winner of the last two Big Eight outdoor titles. Kansas State was third at 84 and Texas A&M fourth at 83.5. SPORTS DIGEST Auto pacing CHARLOTTE, N.C.— The wife of NASCAR team owner Leonard Wood was killed, and he was among those injured in a crash on Interstate 85 shortly after the completion of a race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Betty Webb Wood, 64, of Stuart, Va., was killed Saturday night when a southbound car jumped the median and hit the northbound van in which she was traveling, the state Highway Patrol said. The two people in the car which hit the van also were killed. Authorities identified them as Felix Formelu, 35, and Sharon Wilkinson Formelu, 30, of Charlotte. Troopers said Leonard Wood's injuries were not life threatening. Four other members of the Wood family were also injured. NAZARETH, Pa. — Elliott Sadler, last in the race a year ago, got the first NASCAR Busch series victory of his career Sunday in the CoreStates Advantage 200 at Nazareth Speedway. After starting from the pole, Sadler led 107 of 200 laps and held off a hard-charging Todd Bodine to win by just .209 seconds in a Chevrolet. Sadler aV- eraged 92.700 mph, and took home $30,887 from the $321,620 purse. Defending race winner Randy LaJoie maintained his series point lead by three over Bodine with a third-place finish in his Chevy. ENGLISHTOWN, N.J. — High school senior Cristen Powell of Portland, Ore., beat Bruce Sarver for her first career Top Fuel victory Sunday at the NHRA Mopar Parts Nationals. The 18-year-old Powell covered the quarter-mile at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in 4.849 seconds at 239.61 mph to become the second-youngest pro winner in NHRA history. She is the sixth woman to win a professional category at an NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series national event. Sarver, from Bakersfield, Calif., lost traction early and finished at 5.818,154.63. Other pro winners were Kenji Okazaki in Funny Car, Darrell Alderman in Pro Stock and Matt Hines in Pro Stock Motorcycle. Baseball CHICAGO — It didn't matter Sunday to 10-year- old Sarah Rothecker or her 7-year-old sister, Kaitie, that the Chicago Cubs were struggling at 13-27. The two South Elgin, 111., girls were among the first 10,000 children at Wrigley Field to receive their "Cubbie" Beanie Babies toys. John Rothecker, their father, made sure they arrived early enough for the promotion, which drew a standing room only crowd of 37,958 for the game between the Cubs and the San Francisco Giants. "They've got about 100 of them," Rothecker said of the toys. "The lure is the collectibility." Besides the floppy "Cubbie," each child received a commemorative card authenticating their bean-bag toy was part of "Beanie Babies Opening Day." The Cubs will repeat the promotion on Sept. 6 when they play host to the New York Mets. "It's a cultural phenomenon," said John McDonough, vice president of marketing and broadcasting. The Cubs are the only sports team allowed to use the Beanie Babies toys. Basketball SAN JOSE, Calif. — Utah coach Rick Majerus met with Golden State owner Chris Cohan during the weekend, and could become the Warriors new coach, the San Jose Mercury News reported Sunday. "I think it's pretty close," a source told the newspaper. "The only thing is that Rick is notorious for getting cold feet at the last minute." The newspaper said that Majerus traveled to Oakland to take a look at the Warriors' new practice facility and arena, both under construction. The Wart riors finished last in the Pacific Division with a 30-52 record and fired coach Rick Adelman on April 28. The Mercury News reported that Majerus was apparently eager to return to the NBA for the first time since serving as an assistant coach with the 1986-87 Milwaukee Bucks, Hockey PHILADELPHIA — Wayne Gretzky recorded "Irtsrsecond'hatlriclrofthCTJlayoffs as the New~— York Rangers scored on five of their first 10 shots and beat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-4 Sunday in v; Game 2 of their Eastern Conference finals. New,"] York's victory evened the best-of-7 series at 1-1, with Game 3 Tuesday at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers lost the first game in each of their earlier playoff series but came back to win both in five games. Gretzky, who has nine goals and six assists in 12 playoff games, increased his NHL record of career playoff hat tricks to 10. The Rangers also got goals from Mark Messier, who also had two assists, and Doug Lidster. Tennis ROME — Alex Corretja won a showdown of the world's hottest clay-court players Sunday and established himself as a top favorite for the French Open. The lOth-seeded Spaniard outplayed No. 7. Marcelo Rios of Chile 7-5, 7-5, 6-3 to win the Italian Open for the biggest title of his career. Playing in his fourth clay-court final of the year, Corretja avenged his loss to Rios in the championship match at the Monte Carlo Open three weeks ago. BERLIN — Mary Joe Fernandez captured her first championship in more than two years, winning 6-4, 6-2 on Monday when Mary Pierce's power game vanished in the final of the German Open. "This was the biggest title of my career," Fernandez said. The 25-year-old American has reached the semifinals of four of eight tournaments she's played in 1997, including the Australian Open. Fernandez, largely ignored at a $927,000 tournament that featured 16 of the : world's top 20 players, also ousted No. 2 seed Jana Novotna of the Czech Republic in the semifinals, SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 913-827-6229 Heartland Pa/k Topeka ticket office 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket oHIce 800-676-9257 Kansas Stale University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays oHice/llshlng report) 913-628-8614 Salina Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Salina Parks & Recreation oltica 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.) Racetrack (race results) 913-229-3636 University ol Kansas ticket office 913-864-3141 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-765-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978-3267

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