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2C Saturday,Junel9, 1999 W Sports Hie Billings Gazette SCOREBOARD I 1 1 .im!i,H Saturday PRO BASEBALL Ogden al 8illings Mustangs. 7 pm Cot FiekJ LEGION BASEBALL: Billings Scarlets at Omaha, Nt) tournament BiHings Royals at Bismarck. N 0., tournament Laurel at Wiles City 5pm doubleheader FflEP FOOTBALL: Montana-North Dakota Ad-Star Game Dekmson. N 0 . 7 p m. SOFTBALL: Umpires Invitational. Stewart Park. RODEO: PRCA Belt Rodeo. Belt. NRA Upper Yel'owstone Roundup, Gardiner, 6 pm. NRA Wikt West Days. Poplar. 3pm MTRA Hinsdale Coleoe Natonal Finals. Casper. Wyo Cody Nile Rodeo. 8 30 pm AUTO RACING: Magic City Speedway 7p.m. DRAG RACING: Lost Creek Raceway. Anaconda. 1 pm TENNIS: Rnrersme Classic. Bozeman. VOLLEYBALL: Big Sky Games regional, Billing Senior High School. RUNNING: Bighorn Mountain Wild S Scenic Trail Run. Shendan. Wyo. IT Friday June 11 BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS - Claimed RHP Jeff Tarn off waivers trom the New York Mets and optioned him to Bultalo of the International League. Traded RHP Tony Dougherty to Pittsburgh lor a player to be named Signed RHP Paul Menhan to a minor league contract and asskjned him to Buffalo. SEATTLE MARINERS Traded RHP Mac Siauki and a player to be named to the New York Mets tor LHP Alien Watson and cash. TORONTO BLUE JAYS - Signed C Josh Holiday. OF Reed Johnson. RHP Wayne Dreier and SS Douglas Roper. National League ATLANTA BRAVES - (Signed RHP Matt McClendon, INF David Geisbush, LHP Brian Hutchinson and LHP Adnan Walker. HOUSTON ASTROS - Agreed to terms with RHP Wam Ferguson C Christopher Armstrong. C Garrett Gentry. INF Jonathan Andnanoll and OF Jon Topolski. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS - Enercised their option to actum Boston s ftst-round pek m this years draft. FOOTBALL National Football League MINNESOTA VIKINGS - Signed OL Corbin Lacina NEW YORK JETS - Signed LB J.J Syvrud. OAKLAND RAIDERS - Waived RB Harvey Wikams Signed WR Horace Copeland. HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MiGHTY DUCKS - Traded G Patrick Lalime to Ottawa lor LW Ted Donate and D Anttkkissi Niemi. CALGARY FLAMES - Signed F Brent Dodqinohorse. EDMONTON OILERS - Named Kevin Lowe coach. OTTAWA SENATORS - Traded G Damian Rhodes to Atlanta for tuture considerations. VANCOUVER CANUCKS - Named HC Jack Mrllhargey and Mike Johnston assistant coaches. Named Stan Smyl coach ol Syiacuse ol the AHL Signed C Artem Chubarcv. COLLEGE BROWN Named Todd Copper men's water poto coach. COLGATE Named UesI Schultz women's assistant basketball coach. INDIANA STATE Named Megan Lanham women's assistant basketball coach MERRIMACK Named Ann Mclnemey women's basketball coach MISSOURI Named John Hammond associate hesd coach. NORTH CAROLINA-ASHEVILLE - Named Matt McDonald women's assistant basketball coach. ROSE-HULMAN Promoted men's and women's soccer coach and intramural director Greg Ruark to athlete director. Named Russ MolW football coach. SOUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA - Announced the resignation ol Laura Leaton. volleyball coach, to become assistant coach at Purdue. TOWSON Named Cathenne Lavery volleyball coach TRINITY. CONN. - Named Michael Smith women's soccer coach WRIGHT STATE Named Herb Foster women's tennis coach. Pioneer League First Half North Division W L Pel GB Missoula (Damondbacks) 2 1 667 Helena (Brewersl 2 1 667 Medcme Hal iBloe Jays) 1 2 .333 1 Great Falls (Dodgers) 1 2 000 1 South Division Billings (Reds) 2 1 .667 Idaho Fans (Padres) 2 1 .667 Ogden (Brewers) 1 2 .333 1 Butte (Angels) 1 2 .333 1 Thursday! Games Butte 9. Billings 3 Missoula 14. Great Fals 12 Medeme Hat at Helena, ppd . rain Ogden 6. Idaho Falls 5. 1 1 mnmgs Friday's Games Billings 12. Butte 3 Great Falls 9 Missoula 2 Helena 4, Medicine Hat 2. 1st game Medicine Hat 12. Helena 3. 2nd game Idaho Falls 6. Ogden 0 Saturday's Games Ogden at Billings. 7 pjn. loano Faisal Butte Great Fab at Helena Msoula at Medeme Hat Sunday's Games Ogden at BMmge, 3 pm Idaho Falls al Butte Great Faisal Helena Missoula at Medicine Hat Friday Pioneer Knetcores Brewers4, Blue Jays2 1st game Medicine Hat 000 110 0- 2 7 3 Helena 000 040 - 4 4 0 Gaud, Hamann (5) and Qwoj Grader. Home (5), Aponte (61 and Ceriani. W Home (1-0). L Hamann (0-1). Blue Jays 12, Brewers 3 2nd game MedidneHat XI 035 0 -12 I 0 Helena 002 000 1 -3 7 7 Perez. Reimers (51. Stevens (7) and Fiero Smrth, Gordon (5) Polumeki 151, Mosher (7) and TindeH W - Perez (1-0) L - Smith (0-1), HR - Helena. Knox (1) Braves 6. Raptors 0 Ogden 000 000 000 - 0 5 1 IdanoFalU 110 100 30s - 6 11 Montero Wallace (7), Durkee (7) and Montenegro; Barbarossa Silvern) I5, Shiyuk (81 and Huff W -Sitveno(l-O). L Montero (0-1). HRs None Dodgerst, Osprey 2 Missoula 001 100 000- 2 1 5 Great Falls 021 001 32x- 9 10 1 Gentle Wiliamson 6i and tacjynski Lopez 16). heal Pedis (5) Arellan (81 and Tomaszevreki W Pura (l-O) L - Gentile (0-1) HR none, A 3M2, Mustangs 12, Copper King 4 Wednesday Game) BILUNGS BUTTE abrhN ab r hoi Bumeft3b 3 12 1 Amzga2b 3 111 Huth 6 12 1 Dazl 4 10 0 Brussrdlb 40 11 Curtis rl 4 0 12 Rrdrgzdh 6 10 0 Wagnerdh 4 0 0 0 Dehnerss 4 3 2 1 Otj.ii lb 3 0 10 Scnnalc 5 3 4 3 Wrirte 3b 3 0 10 Hurtadorf 513 0 Manincf 3 0 0 0 Ward 5 112 GasWmss 3 0 0 0 Pncecf 2112 Duvergsc 3 2 10 TANK MciTAMAItA by Jeff Millar and Bill Hinds A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association concluded that 300 milligrams of andro a day raises men's levels of estrogen. OK, IU THE WE W "VlOTTfriG HILL WHEkE JULIA kOcEkT& &AY, I'M JUT A GIRL TAWPlViS M FRONT OF A BOY, AOPISV3 TAAT ME'LL LOVE ME?" VI ImiitLAgilmn T " (TakeS600 m8day,) ' Total 40121611Total 30 4 5 3 Billing 010 421 040-12 Butte 001 020 100 -4 E Huth 2, Stanley, Martin, Gastellum. DP Billings 3, Butte 1 LOB - Billings 13, Butte 6 2B Schnall 2, Hurtado. 3B - Ward. Duverge HBP -Burnett, Broussard. OrgiH. SF Price 2. SB Bumett, Amezaga 2. CS Amezaga. Billings IP H R ERBB SO Escamilla 4 3 112 4 SlanteyW.1-0 3 13 12 4 Chighisola 2 1 0 0 2 0 Butte Harris L, 0-1 Bowen Warren Wakefield IP H R ER BB SO 32 6 5 5 5 4 1 1 2 2 2 1 3 22 5 5 2 1 4 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 WP Escamilla. Stanley. Chighisola. Bowen. Warren. HB - Chighisola, Warren 2. T - 3.08. A -459. Copper Kings 9, Mustang 3 (Thursday game) BILLINGS BUTTE ab r h bl ab r h bi Rewers2b 5 10 0 Amzaga2b 4 2 2 1 Huthss 4 0 0 0 Diazlf 5 111 Burnett 4 12 0 Curtis rl 4 2 2 0 Brussrdtb 30 11 Wagnerdh 5 113 Schnaldh 310 0 Orgdllb 4 0 11 Flodrgzlf 30 0 0 Duran3b 4 2 3 2 Howarddh 40 0 0 Duverge c 4 110 Hurtadorf 40 11 Gastllmss 3 0 10 Pncecf 20 10 Wetchcf 4 0 2 0 Total 32352 Total 37 9 14 8 Billing 000 100 200 - 3 . Butte 010 120 OSx 9 E Rewers. Huth. Rodriguez, OrgSI. Duverge LOB rollings 9, Butte 8. 28 Hurtado. HR - Wagner (1), Duran (1) HBP - Curtis SH - Gastelum. SB -Burnett 2, Amezaga, CS Price, Duverge. Billings IP H R ER BB SO Bradley L 0-1 4 6 2 1 0 5 Nanmnga 2 3 2 2 1 1 Brown 2 5 5 0 1 0 Butte IP H R ER BB SO Franks 4 1115 4 SanchezW.1-0 2.2 3 2 2 1 1 Nebel 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Schreyer 1 1 0 0 0 0 H8-lanninga WP Brown. Franks 2, Nebel 2. Schreyer. T 2:44. A 377. College Work) Series At Omaha. Net). All Times MDT (Double-Elimination) Friday, June 18 Florida State 14. Stanford 11. 13 innings. Stanford Saturday. June 19 Game 14 - Mann (49-13) vs. Florida State (57-1 3). 1030am 222. 4, Jet McCoy, 211 5, Jesse Bail. Panhandle Slate, 206 6 (tie) Dusty Kluesner, Southern Idaho: . Jesse Segura, Lassen: Judd Sctiomp, Panhandle State. 203. 9, Jerry Jump, Central Arizona, 194. 10, RoOert Barber, Hl 185 STEER WRESTLING Third round leaders 1 (tie) Bryant Mikkelson, Montana: Buck Rudolph. Montana 4 2 seconds 3(tie) Kevin McElroy. West Alabama. Robert Barton. Wala Walla. 4.7. Total on three 1, Bryant Mikkelson, 14 4. 2, Robert Barton, 14.8 3. Brady Brewer, Idaho State. 15.9. 4. Chnslopher Groskreutz. Abraham Baldwin, 16 8: 5 (tie) Diehl Hiner, Washington State: Trevor Knowles. Wala Walla. 183. 7, Justin Nulisch. Wharton County. 19.1. 8, Trey Miller. New Mexico State. 19.3. . 9. John Fudickar. McNeese Stale, 19 4. 10, Justen Nokes. Panhandle Slate 196 TEAM ROPING Third round leaders 1. Andy Wilson and Bill Ferguson. Wyoming. 6.1. 2. Robert Baize and Ned Kiehne, New Mexico State. 6 4. 3. Chad Smith, Vernon Regional, and Ben Clements. Texas-Permian Basin, 7.2. 4, Craig Fehlman and John Branquinho, California State. 7,3. Total on three 1 . Matthew Funk and Kail Garcia, 22 9 2 Robert Baize and Den Kiehne. 29.8. 3. Craig Fehlman and John Branquinho. 29 9. 4. Devin Hayes, Panhandle State, and Josh Canant. Fort Scott. 37 5 5. Jason Thompson. Southeastern Oklahoma State, and Brian Dunning. Panhandle State. 40 0. 6. Jesse Crozier. Utah State-Uintah Basm. and Nicholas Hanks. Weber State. 42.3. 7. Andy Witson and Bil Ferguson, 43.0. 8. James Tarver, Wyoming, and Ty Correll, Eastern Wyoming, 44.8. 9, Cole Scharfer, Wyoming, and Ryon Tittel. Colorado State. 47.20. 10. Clay Lewis, West Texas A&M, and Levi Garcia. Tarleton State. 50.4. WOMEN'S ALL-AROUND 1 . Mary Arm Barrow. Southwestern Oklahoma State. 235 points. 2, Cansa Shearer, Missoun Valley, 105. 3, Holly Hayworth. Western Montana, 100 4, Lynn Webe, Wyoming 8333. MEN'S ALL-AROUND 1, Casey Callahan, Tarleton Slate. 115. 2 (tie) Jermiab Diffee. Tennessee-Martin: James Tarver, Wyoming. 85. 4, Jesse Bail. Panhandle State. 68.33. 5. Justin Holland, National American, 65. 6 (tie) Charles Wagner, Montana Slate: Bryant Mikkelson, Montana, 50. MEN'S TEAM STANDINGS ' 1. Panhandle State. 298.33. 2. Western Montana, 290. 3. Southern Idaho. 255. 4 (tie) Blue Mountain: Idaho State. 220. 6. Tennessee-Martin. 215. 7. Tarleton State. 195 8. Dickinson State. 187.5. 9. National American. 175. 10. Hi. 140 WOMEN'S TEAM STANDINGS 1. Southwestern Oklahoma Stale. 235 2. South Dakota State, 200, 3, Colby, 190. 4. Wyoming. 173 33. 5, Missouri Valley, 148 33. 6. Western Montana, 130, 7, Tarleton State, 125. 8, Nevada-Las Vegas, 100. 9 (tie) Dickinson State: Weber State. 90. .11,151 College National Final Rodeo CASPER. Wyo. (AP) Results after Thursday's third performance of the College National Finals Rodeo. BAREBACK BRONC RIDING Third round 1. Kyle Bowers. Western Texas. 76 score 2 (tie) Joe Ford Jr . National American: Neil Parknson. Idaho State, Scott Montague. Panhandle State 73. Total on three-L Scott Montague. 231. 2. Jacob Hayworth. Western Montana. 230 3. Jody Wiggins. Tarleton State. 225. 4. Jermiah Diflee. Tennessee-Martin. 223. 5. Johnathon Taylor, Tennessee-Martin, 213 6. Damian Paulson, Dickinson Slate, 209, 7, Brandon Martin. Blue Mountain. 209 8, John Stewart. Western Montana. 204. 9. Forest Bramwen Wyoming, 192. BARREL RACMG Third round 1. Jennifer Smrth, Tanelon State. 14.11 seconds. 2. Came Smith. Western Montana. 14.16 3, Cansa Shearer. Missoun Valley. 14.18. 4, Krmberty Green. Howard County. 1423. Total on three VKmberty Green, 4269. 2, Cansa Shearer. 42.90. 3, Jennifer Smith. 42 90. 4. Mary Ann Barrow. Southwestern Oklahoma Stale. 42 97. 5. Nancy Parliament Colby. 42 97. 6. Angela Olsen. Colby. 43 13. 7. Sarah Hausauer, Dickinson State, 43 42 8. Sonya Shields. Southwestern Oklahoma State. 43 43 9. Staoe Sorensen. Nevada-Las Vegas. 43 47. 10, Came Smrth Western Montana. 43 48. BREAKAWAY ROPING Third round 1. Sequin Downey. Western Texas. 2 5 seconds 2. Bryel Zancanella. Wyoming. 2 6. 3. Cansa Shearer. Missouri Valley. 2 7 4 (tie) Jill Childers, Western Texas: Mandy Rytf. Eastern Wyoming, 2 8. Total on three 1. Bryel Zancanella, 79 2, Julie Murray. South Dakota Stale. 8 7. 3. Lynn Wiebe. Wyoming 98 4 (tie) Calry Goyins. Western Montana: Nora Hunt. Nevada-Las Vegas. 10 1. 6. Mary Ann Barrow. Southwestern Oklahoma State. 106 7. Katherme Fontenot. McNeese State. 10 7 8 Katie Marvel. Nevada-Las Vegas. 10.9. 9, Ton Jo Arave, CalPctySanLursOtwoo. 169 BULL RIDING Third round 1. Corey Navarre. Southwestern Oklahoma State. 85 score 2, Cody Bequeath, Treasure Valley, 81 3. Chad Brinkman, Blue Mountain. 714. Wiley Petersen. Idaho Stale. 64. Total on two 1. Marcus Michaelis. Treasure Valley. 1512. Corey Navarre 148. 3. Chad Brinkman, 145 4 Cody Bequealh, 139 5. Nick Duncombe, Central Wyoming. 137 6. Wiley Petersen, 133. 7. Charles McCulan Tennessee-Martn. 129. CALF ROPING Third round 1. Chat Keetch. Weber Stale 88 seconds 2 Kurt Kiehne. Tanelon State. 9 0 seconds. 3 Austin Manning. Nevada-Las Vegas. 91. 4, Bryant Mikkelson. Montana. 94. Total on three 1. Kurt Kiehne, 29.7 2. James Tarver. Wyoming, 29 8 3. Casey Crow. Wast Texas ASM 30 6 4. Justin Holand. National American 31 7. 5. Charles Wagner. Montana Slate, 32 0 6 Miles Bond. West Texas A&M. 32 5 7. Travis Ortiz. West Hills. 33 7 8. Russell Sullivan. New Mexico Slate. 33 8 9. Bryant Mikkelson. 34 4 10. Matthew Hussman. Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo. 36 6 GOAT TYING Third round 1. Dee Webb. Wyoming. 6 5 sec-. onds 2. Sonya Shields. Southwestern Oklahoma State, 6 6. 3. Jill Childers. Weslern Texas. 6.7. 4, Lacey Jones, Tarleton Slate 6 9. Total on three 1 (In). Brandi Nelson. Dickinson State. Sonya Shields 22 1 3. Slacie Winn. Weber State 222 4. M Childers 223 5. Lacey Jons. 22 6. 6 Fawn Alen. Weber Stale. 22 7 7 (be) Nora Hunt. Nevada-Las Vegas. Kaycee Ohm. South Dakota Stale. 230 9. Sarah Buttle. Pima. 23 1. 10. Dee Webb 234. SADDLE BRONC RIDING Third round 1. Jerad McFarlane. Blue Mountain. 81 score 2. Jet McCoy. Oklahoma Stale. 76. 3 (tie) Lance Gaillard. West Texas MM: Jacob Hayworth. Western Montana, 75, Total on three) 1. Jerad McFarlane 228 2. Lane Gaiiiard 224. 3. Shan Moran. Western Montana, U.S. Open PINEHURST. INC. (AP) - Scores with relaton to par Friday afterthe second round of the U S. Open on the 7.175-yard, par 70 No. 2course at the Ptnehurst Resort and Country Club (a-amaleur): Payne Stewart 68-69-137 -3 David Duval 67-70-137 -3 PIslMickelson 67-70-137 -3 Tiger Woods 68-71-139 -1 Hal Sutton 69-70-139 -1 ViiaySmgh 69-70-139 -1 BilyMaytair 67-72-139 -1 JeflMaggert 71-69-140 E JohnHuston 71-69-140 E Tim Heron 69-72-141 1 Rocco Mediate 69-72-141 1 BobEstes 70-71-141 1 PaulGoydos 67-74-141 1 Esteban Toledo 70-72142 2 Craig Parry 69-73142 2 KanameYokoo 68-74-142 2 JmFuryk 69-73-142 2 JesperPamev 71-71-142 2 Brian Watts 69-73-142 2 Darren Clarke 73-70143 3 Daws Love III 70-73-143 3 DAWefcnng 69-74-143 3 Greg Kraft 70-73-143 3 Jim Carter 73-70-143 t3 MKjuelJrmenez 73-70143 3 Sieve Stncket 70-73-143 3 Steve Elkmgton 71-72-143 3 Geoffrey Sisk 71-72-143 3 Philip Price 71-73-144 4 Larry Mize 69-75-144 4 Justin Leonard 69-75144 4 Brad Facet 69-75-144 4 Tom Scherrer 72-72144 4 Spike McRoy 70-74-144 4 Colin Monlgomerie 72-72144 4 Paul Azinger 72-72144 4 David Lebeck 74-70-144 4 Nick Price 71-74-145 5 John Daly 68-77-145 5 Sieve Pate 70-75-145 5 Corey Pawl 74-71-145 5 Tom Watson 75-70145 5 Stephen Alan 71-74-145 5 Scott Verplank 72-73-145 5 Daveid Berganio 68-77145 5 Robert Allenby 74-72-146 6 Chns Smith 69-77146 6 Tom Kile 74-72-146 6 Dudley Hart 73-73-146 6 Chns Perry 72-74-146 6 Sven Struver 70-76146 & GaryHaerg 74-72-146 6 CnnsTidiand 71-75-146 6 Carlos Franco 69-77-146 Jay Haas 74-72-146 Stewart Cink 72-74-146 BobTway 69-77-146 6 Jason Tyska 72-74 146' 6 TedTryba 72-75-147 7 LenMaltiace 72-75-147 7 Jerry Kelly 73-74-147 7 Bob Burns 71-76-147 7 LeeJanzen 74-73-147 7 a-Henry Kuehne 72-75-147 7 BrrjnoelChamblee 73-74-147 7 Tom Lehman 73-74-147 7 John Cook . 74.73147 7 GabnelHertsil 75-72-147 t7 Failed to Qualify ' Chris Zambrl 73-75-148 e Andrew Mage 73-75-148 8 Thomas Bprn 70-78-148 8 Stephen Leaney "76-72148 8 Ben Crenshaw 74-74-148 8 Scott Ho 71-77-148 ti MalNasGroncerg. T' 70-78148 8 NickFaldo '' 74-74-148 8 Erne Els .! 72-76-148 8 BobbyWadkrn .-. 75-73-148 8 SleveFlesch ,.r 75-73-148 JmMcGovem 71-77-148 8 Michael Muehr ' 74-74-148 8 SamTonance ' 75-74149 9 Peter Baker 75-74-149 9 Scott Gump 74-75-149 9 Fred Funk 71-78-149 9 RchardZokol 73-76-149 9 Glen Day 70-79-149 9 LeeWestwood 73-76-149 9 Stuart Appleby 73-76-149 9 Dennis Zinkon 71-78149 9 JettSluman 74-75-149 9 Mike Weir 73-76-149 9 Steve Lowery 74-75149 9 OmarUresti 72-77149 9 Keith Clearwater 73-76-149 9 Robin Freeman 73-77150 10 MarkO'Meara 71-79-150 10 Oin Browne 73-77-150 10 Mark Brooks 74-76150 10 BobHeintz 73-77-150 10 MarkSlawter 72-78-150 10 NolahBegay 74-76-150 10 Fred Couples 73-77-150 10 Shaun Miches! 73-77-150 10 EnkCetti 72-79-151 11 Garrett Willis . 77-74-151 11 JoeySindelar 73-78-151 11 Bob Gilder 74-77-151 11 Gary March 72-79-151 11 Jay Williamson 73-78-151 11 Greg Norman 73-78151 11 Barry Cheesman 72-79-151 11 GregGregory 73-78151 11 Jetl Street 76-75-151 11 Bob Friend 74-77-151 11 FuzzyZoeller 74-77151 11 Bradfey Hughes 71-80-151 11 a-BryceMolder 73-78-151 11 Curtis Strange 78-74-152 12 Alberto Ochoa 77-75-152 12 PatnkSjoland 75-77-152 12 Per-Ulrik Johansson 75-77-152 12 Kirk Triplet! 71-81-152 12 Keith Kulzer 75-77-152 12 Grant Masson 74-79-153 13 Jeff Freeman 72-81-153 13 ChrisFtiley 74-79-153 13 a-Andrew Barnes 74-79153 13 JackNicklaus 78-75-153 13 JoeDurant 74-79-153 13 MarkCakavecchia 79-74153 13 Jumbo Ozaki 80-74-154 14 Doug Barron 77-77154 14 Sieve Jones 72-82-154 14 Jeb Stuart 77-78-155 15 CrakjBowden 75-80155 15 ailGlasson 77-78-155 15 a-TomMcKnighl 72-83-155 15 a-MatlKuchar 76-79-155 15 EdPhster 79-77-156 16 DawdToms 74-82-156 16 Ron PhiloJr. 77-79-156 16 ChadCampbell : 74-82-156 16 Relief Goosen 75-82157 17 Jell Gallagher 77-80157 17 Mike Stone 77-80157 17 TimLoustatot 79-78-157 17 JohnDiMarco 79-79-158 18 ScotlFawcett 79-79-158 18 MarkMelke 71341-159 19 Jim White 7643-159 19 Robert Russell 77-82-159 19 RyanWefcom 82-78-160 20 a-Matt Call 81-79-160 20 Jose Maria Olazabal 75-WD Hale Irwin 76-WD Southwestern Senior SAN ANTONIO (AP) Scores and relation to par Friday after thefirst round of the $1.1 million Southwestern Bel Drjminion on the6.835-yard, par-36-3672 Dominion Country Club course: Walter Hal 33-33-66 -6 Daw) Graham 34-32-66 -6 Gibby Gilbert 35-32-67 -5 Vicente Fernandez 33-3467 -5 Dana Qukjley 34-33-67 -5 Bruce Fleisher 34-33-7 -5 Tom Jenkins 34-33-67 -5 HughBaocchi 34-33-67 -5 Tom Shaw 31-36-67 -5 JohnMahaffey 34-33-67 -5 Jimmy Powell 35-33-68 -4 5. (98) Rick Mast, Ford, 169.747. 6. (33) Ken Schrader, Chevrolet, 169.734. 7. (22) Ward Burton, Pontjac, 169.706. 8. (99) Jefl Burton, Ford. 169.326. 9. (25) Waly Dallenbach. Chevrolet, 169.230. 10. (6) Mark Martin. Ford. 169.208. 11. (4) Bobby Hamilton, Chevrolet, 169.100. 12. (20) Tony Stewart. Forrtiac, 169.093. 13. (7) Michael Waltrrp. Chevrolet. 168.992. 14. (2) Rusty Wallace. Ford. 168.909. 15. (75) Ted Musgrave, Ford. 168.906. 16. (10) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 168.799. 17. (24) Jafl Gordon, Chevrolet, 168.757. 18. (1) Sieve Park, Chevrolet. 168.647, 1 9. (42) Joe Nemechek. Chevrolet.16B.618. 20. (43) John Andretrj, Pontiac, 168.574. 21. (55) Kenny Wallace. Chevrolet, 168 539, 22. (41) David Green. Chevrolet. 168.511. 23 (12) Jeremy Mayfeld. Ford. 168 432. 24. (31) Mike Skinner. Chevrolet. 168 404. 25. (3) Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet 168.397. NBA Finals (Best-ot-7) All games on NBC San Antonio vs. New York Wednesday, June 16 San Antonio 89, New York 77 Friday, June 18 San Antonio 80, New York 67, San Antonio leads series2-0 Monday, June 21 San Antonio al New York, 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 23 San Antonio at New York, 7 p.m. Friday, June 25 San Antonio at New York, 7 p.m.. if necessary Sunday, June 27 New York at San Antonio.5:30 p.m.. if necessary Tuesday, June 29 New York at San Antonio, 7 pm, if necessary Spurs 80, Knicks 67 NEW YORK (67) - Sprewell 8-22 10-10 26, LJohnson 2-12 0-1 5, Dudley 0-2 (M) 0, Houston 9-20 1-119. Ward 2-3 0-0 5, Thomas 1-60-02, Camby 3-9 0-0 6. Chlkfs 2-8 M 4. Totals 27-82 1 1-12 67. SAN ANTONIO (80) - Elliott 4-121-510, Duncan 9-17 7-9 25, Robinson 54 6-9 16. Elie 4-10 7-8 15. AJohnson 34 2-2 8. Jackson 1-5 04 3, Rose 0-1 1-2 1. Kerr 1-2 04 2, Darnels 04 04 0, King 04 04 0. Totals 2743 24-35 80. New York 15 19 15 18-67 San Antonio 20 19 17 24-80 3-Poinl Goals - New York 2-14 (Ward 1-1, LJohnson 1-7, Childs 0-2, Houston 0-2, Sprewell 0-2), San Antonio 2-12 (Elliott 1-4, Jackson 1-5, Elie 0-3). Fouled out Camby. Rebounds New York 49 (Camby 11), San Antonio 54 (Duncan 15), Assists New York 8 (Ward 3), San Antonio 18 (AJohnson 5). Total fouls New York 25, San Antonio 13. Technicals San Antonio Illegal Defense. A 39,554(20,557), WNBA AH Times EOT EASTERN CONFERENCE Detroit New York Charlotte . Orlando Washington Cleveland Pet .750 .750 .500 250 250 000 GB W L Pet GB 3 0 1 000 - 2 0 1000 h 3 1 .750 1fi 2 2 .500 1 1 2 .333 2 0 2 .000 2 LPGA Classic ABSECON, N J. (AP) Scores with realtion to par Friday from thefirst round of the $1 million LPGA Classic played on 1he6. 051-yard, par 36-3571 SeaView Marnotl Resort. Bay Course: SeRiPak 33-30-63 4 Tnsh Johnson 33-3164 -7 Juklnkster 32-34-66 -5 Shem Stemhauer 32-35-67 -4 ShaniWaugh 35-32-67 -4 Wendy Ward 36-31-67 -4 Chartotta Sorenstam 34-33-67 -4 KimSaiki 36-3167 -4 LetaUndley 34-33-67 -4 Others Leslie Spalding 37-34-71 E Nike Dayton Open DAYTON, Onto (AP) Scores Friday after the second round of the$250.000 Nike Dayton Open, played on the 7.139-yard, par 72 Links at Yankee Trace la-denotes amateur): JohnWISon 68-66-134 Rob Moss 6648-134 Craig Spence 68-67135 Bnan Tennyson 66-70136 Marco Dawson 6848136 David Peoples 67-70137 'Joel Edwards 67-70-137 MikeGrob 7047-137 DekMasI 66-72-138 Conrad Ray 7048-138 MikeSulrvan 6949-138 Steve Ford 7147-138 MarkWurtz 67-71-138 MonDak Junior Gotf Tour Friday at Sidney Girls 12-13 Kanssa Hughes. Glasgow. 54. Girls 14-15 - Whrtney Lund, Sidney, 59-57 -116: Amanda McCotmek, CuSertson, 61-59 120 Boys 12-13 - Jared Suess. Williston. N.D.. 43: Sean McGough. Sxlney. 45 Boys 14-15 Dustm Ng Estevan. Sask.. Canada, 36-37 - 73 Michael Faul Sidney. 39-38 - 77. Boys 16-18 Nolan Rohatan. Estevan. Sask , Canada. 36-32 67, Asa Sims. Alexander, NO, 35-35-70 Note: Scores are Iron! nine, back nine and total. The next tourney is June 25 in Wolf Point NASCAR Pocono 500 Qualifying LONG POND. Pa (AP) - Results Friday of first-round qualifying for Sunday's NASCAR Winston Cup Series Pocono 500 at the Pocono Raceway with starting position, car number in parentheses, driver, make of car and speed in mph: 1. (40I Sterling Martin. Chevrolet, 170,506. 2. (88 Dale Jarrett. Ford 169952. 3 (18) Bobby LaboMe. Pontiac. 169821. 4 (94) Bill Elffltt. Ford. 169 757. WESTERN CONFERENCE Houston Minnesota Sacramento Los Angeles Utah Phoenix Friday' Game Detroit 79. Washington 69 New York 84. Los Angeles 72 Saturday's Game Los Angeles at Charlotte, 7:30 p.m. Washington at Orlando, 7:30 p.m. Houston at Minnesota, 6 p.m. Sacramento at Utah. 9 p.m. Cleveland at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Sunday Game Detroit at New York, 4 pm. Stanley Cup Final Buffalo vs. DaHas Tuesday, June t Butlalo3,Dalas2 OT Thursday, June 10 Dallas 4, Buffalo 2 Saturday, June 12 Dallas 2. Buffalo 1 Tuesday, June 15 Buffalo 2, Dallas 1 Thursday, June 17 Dallas 2. Buffalo 0. Dallas leads series 3-2 Saturday, June 19 Dallas at Buffalo. 6 p m. Tuesday, June 22 Buffalo at Dalas, 6 p.m., if necessary mm. Women's Work) Cup All Times MDT FIRST ROUND GROUP A Saturday, June 19 At East Rutherford, N J. Denmark at United States, 1 p m Sunday, June 20 At Pasadena, CaliT. North Korea vs. Nigeria, 7:30 p.m. GROUP B Saturday, June 1 AtEastRutheriontNJ. Brazil vs Mexico. 3:30 p.m. Sunday, June 20 At Pasadena, Caffl. Germany vs. Italy, 5 p m. GROUP C Saturday, June 19 Al San Jose, Calif. Japan vs. Canada. 8 30 pm. Sunday, June 20 At Foxboro, Mass. Norway vs. Russia, 2 p m. GROUP D ' Saturday, June 19 Al San Jose, Calif. China vs. Sweden. 6 p m. Sunday, June 20 At Foxboro, Mas. Australia vs. Ghana, 1 1 :30 a.m. Saturday sports on TV JUNE 19, 1999 o I A.M. (ZS eD (USA) WWF Llvewlra With Michael Cole 237364 I A.M. m (ESPN) Fly-Fishing America 594b1 I A.M. FS 3D (TNN) Fishing With Roland Martin Preparing tot a fishing tup. 8012f8 t A.M. m (WON) Babe Wlnkelman't Good Fishing "Sea-Going Striper" Stupor) bass in coastal Hhode Island. 3(ib4i6 1:30 A.M. m f3 (ESPN) SportsCenter 6??42 1:30 A.M. KO CB (TNN) Flshln' With Orlando Wilson 80W9 8 30 A.M. W (ESPN2) U.S. Open Goll Highlights hW58 JAM, HA EE (TNN) Mark Sosln'i Saltwater Journal 874109 9 30 A.M. fl) HI (CNN) Page One With Nick Charles (CC) 39H0G8 9:30 A M. tS CIO (TNN) Bill Dane Outdoors hshmrj techniques. 4bbSI3 9:30 A M. CP (ESPN2) Wakeboard Series "Pro Tour" f torn Fori laurtetdale.Fla.(R) 3b944?6 10 AM. (It) NBA Inside Sluft 4B;)fi4 10 A M. fRW (FOXRM) Goll Colorado 7?b(7 10 A.M. F fffi (ESPN) Equestrian "Budweiser Upperyille Jumper Classic" From Uppnville. Va. 19906 10 A.M. m CB (TNN) In-Flsherman Coasl-ln-cnanl IKhing action, 70822 10 A.M. 0-HESPN2) Auto Racing "Toyota Atlantic Series" Irom OtmtjdC 8HH4118 10:30 A M. ('?.' I I College Baseball "NCAA World Series, Final" horn Omaha. Neb. In last year's title game, USC defeated Arizona Slate 21-14. (Live) (CC) 184136 10.30 A.M. On Golf "U.S. Open, Third Round" From Pinehurst, N.C. Lee Janzen. trailing by live after 54 holes, won last year's event by one stroke over third-round leader Payne Stewart, Other pie-tournament favorites included Ernie Els, Tiger Woods, Tom Lehman, Nick Price and David Duval. (Live) 7141249 10:30 A.M. FB (FOXRM) Goll Colorado 13268 10:30 A.M. m 33 (TNN) Bassmislers Tournamenl action and expert advice featuring top professional bass anglers 813093 11 A.M. &i FB (FOXRM) NFL Europe Football "Scottish Claymores al Amsterdam Admirals" (Live) 2b1 426 11 A M. FB E3 (ESPN) Billiards "Ultimate 9-Ball Challenge" From OHando (R) 862822 11 A M. fJS GO (TNN) Auto Racing "ARCA Pocono 200" From Long Pond, Pa (live) (CC) 496155 11A M. CB(ESPN2) Drag Racing "NHRA Sportsman Series" Fiom Joliot III, 80H962 Noon FW g?) (ESPN) Road lo tti Brickyard Preview ol the NASCAR Brickyard 400 689838 Noon (?) (ESPN2) Goll "ShopRII LPGA Classic, Second Round" From Atlantic City (I ive) 4008180 12:30 P.M. FR (ESPN) Aulo Racing "NASCAR Craftsman Truck Grainger Industrial Supply 229" from Portland. Ore, 698513 1 P.M. (1 (19 Soccer "Women's World Cup: Denmark vs. United Stales" From East Rulherlord, N J. (Live) 34161 1 P.M. 133 3 (TNN) Horsepower TV Improving automotive performance and styling (CC) 429703 2 P.M. D f-i Tennis "Quality Senior Challenge: Bjorn Borg vs. John McEnroe" Semifinal. Irom San Diego. (CC) 7797 2 P.M. a O Baseball "Philadelphia Phillies al Los Angeles Dodgers" (Live) 369364 2 P.M. Fa S3 (TNN) Inside NASCAR Host Ned Jarrett. Stephanie Boyd Durner and Steve Waid. (CC) 709451 2 P.M. CP (ESPN2) Boat Racing "Super Boat Ollshore Series" From Key West. Fla. 4096346 2 P.M. m (WGN) Baseball "Chicago Cubs il San Francisco Giants" (Live) 491345 2:30 P.M. m FR (FOXRM) Aulo Racing "NASCAR Fealherlile Snap-On 125" From West Valley City. Utah. 26906 2:30 P.M. fS E3 (ESPN) X Games Trlsls "Boards, Stop 2" (R) 712345 3 P.M. (S m (NICK) NBA 2 Ball Special 24600 3 P.M. Fffl 09 (TNN) WSL Rollerjam (CC) 91034b 3 P M. P(ESPN2) Auto Racing "Super Chevy Series" Fiom Onslol, Turin 944403 3:30 P.M. FW Fft (FOXRM) Beach Volleyball "AVP U.S. Open" From Hermosa Beach, Calif 88548 3:30 P.M. FB S (ESPN) Soccer "Women's World Cup: Brazil vs, Mexico" From taut Rutheilurd, N J. (I ive) 22379 3:30 P.M. CR(ESPN2) Auto Racing "CART BudwelserTJ.I. Joes 200 Qualifying" From Portland. Ore, 7589221 4 P.M. 53 1-1 Goll 2000 With Peter Jacobsen 797 4 P.M. FIO CB (TNN) WSL Rollerjam (CC) 922180 i 4:05 P.M. FE LTD (WTBS) WCW Saturday Night With Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson. (CC) 3481762 4:30 P.M. CP (ESPN2) 20ayallhe Races 7439109 5 P.M. 60 (FX) Baseball "Anaheim Angels at New York Yankees" (Live) S P.M. m D (CNBC) The Olympic Show 9458906 S P.M. fS FB (FOXRM) Muscle Sport USA 64109 5P M.CB(ESPN2) RPM 2Night Motorsports highlights. (CC) 9456548 5 P.M. Hi (WGN) Baseball "Baltimore Orioles at Chicago White Soi" (Live) 677616 5:30 P.M. m (ESPN) Quest for the Cup Stanley Cup prepame. 413161 5:30 P.M. HI ED (CNN) Sports Tonight (CC) 406600 5:30 P.M. CB (ESPN2) Boat Racing "Formula One Series" From Laiiohlin. Nev. 7413161 9 P.M. FB FB (FOXRM) Motorcycle Racing "AMA Superblke Series" From Btasolton, (ia. (H) 64093 6 P.M. FBK2 (ESPN) NHL Hockey "Dallas Stars at Buffalo Sabres" Stanley Cup Final, game 6. (II necessary) (I Ive) (CC) 601451 9 P.M. fS (19 (KWGN) Baseball "Florida Marlins at Colorado Rockies" (I ive) 659600 9 P.M. P (ESPN2) Soccer "Women's World Cup: China vs. Sweden" From S.m Jose. Call! (I Ive) 7834345 7 P.M. FB F?) (FOXRM) Motorcycle Racing "World Superblke Series" From Nurburgring, Germany. (R) 57529 8 P.M. FB m (FOXRM) Boxing "Fight Night '98-'99" From Inglewood, Calif. (R) 60093 8 P.M. 6E 09 (WTBS) Baseball "Atlanta Braves at Arizona Diamondbacks" (Live) (CC) 420068 9 P.M. CB (ESPN2) ESPNEWS Sports news round-the-clock: highlights, scores, updates. 9445432 9:30 P.M. CB (ESPN2) Soccer "Women's World Cup: Canada vs. Japan" From San Jose, Calit. (Live) 2951635 9 P.M. FB m (ESPN) SportsCenter (CC) 305703 9 P.M. ED CO (CNN) Sports Tonight (CC) 589703 10 P.M. FB FB (FOXRM) Fox Sports News 76600 10 P.M. es eg (espn) u.s. open Golf Highlights 308890 10:30 P.M. CB (ESPN2) NBA Matchup Host Andre Aldndge. 6876109 11 P.M. FB FB (FOXRM) Foi Sports News 46635 11 P.M. m 3 (ESPN) Baseball Tonight Nightly baseball news and highlights. 198635 11 P.M. CB (ESPN2) Water Skiing "Junior Masters" From Callaway Gardens, Ga. 7892839 Midnight FB FB (FOXRM) The Last Word 170469 Midnight FS ED (ESPN) SportsCenter ICC) 935339 Midnight ED EO (CNN) Sports Tonight (CC) 740223 Midnight CP (ESPN2) RPM 2Nlghl Motorsports highlights. (R) (CC) 780117 Midnight f 1 H (HBO) Boxing J Royals split 2 games at N.D. tournament BISMARCK, N.D. The Billings Royals picked up their first win at a baseball tournament here Friday. With a 12-4 victory over Sioux Falls, S.D., in the day's first game, the Royals improved to 1-2 at the event. Justin Deutscher went all five innings and only allowed one earned run as the Royals beat up on Sioux Falls. Josh Shannon provided some power, with a homer for Billings. Teammate Justin Todd went 2-for-3 and hit a double. Royals manager Gary Ahlgren said the second game was a "pitcher's duel." Both pitchers went the distance, but Minot scored two runs in the eighth inning for a 3-1 victory. Games at the tournament are only scheduled to last seven innings. Ahlgren said Royals pitcher Schain Irion allowed only one earned run. "I'm not unhappy with the way the kids have played, we hit the ball hard but it was right at people," said Ahlgren by telephone. "We're learning. The pitching has been real good, we just need to swing the bats with more consistency ... All in all, we're seeing more improvement, which is what we need to see." Billings will play Spearfish, S.D., at 4 p.m. today. The Royals will play a consolation game Sunday. Billings Royals 005 07 12 10 0 Skxis Falls, S O. 000 04 - 4 6 2 Justin Deutsctier and Ryan Fames: Bullis and Sisk. Billings Royals Ross Gjerde 1-1, Dustin Long 1-1, Josh Shannon 1-4, Lee Langford 0-4. Ryan Fames 1-2. Matt Pentecost 0-1, Justin Todd 2-3. Randy Walter 1-1, Tin Farmer 1-2, Jeremy Link 1-3, Andy Eames 1-2. 28 -Gterde, Todd. HR Shannon. Sioux Falls, S.D. Christiansen 3-3. Smart 01 . Burls 2-2, Sisk 0-1, Dckerson 0-1, Ingram 0-2, Stoll 0-1, Dietrich 1-2, Keefet 0-1, Herman 0-1. Minot. N.D. 001 000 02 - 3 7 2 Billings Royals 000 010 00 - 1 4 2 Nelson and Trectl: Schain Irion and Ryan Fames. Minot, N O. - Tredt 0-3, Olson 24, Teagle 0-3, Olson 1-4, Olson 1-3. Bloms 2-3, Lundeen 0-2, Thompson 0-2, SmrS 1-2, Nelson 0-1. Billings Royals Steve Edwards 0-2, Ross Gjerde 0-1, Justin Todd 0-3. Lee Langford 1-3. Josh Shannon 2-3. Randy Water 1-3, Jeremy Link 0-3, Ryan Fames 0-3, Andy Eames 0-3, Dustin Long 0-3. AAU Grand Nationals scheduled for Metra The 1999 AAU Grand National Wrestling Championships will be at Metra June 30-July 3. Freestyle, Greco-Roman and sombo wrestling will all be offered to competitors. Kendall Cross, an Olympic gold medalist who was born in Hardin, will be at the tournament to conduct a clinic. Josh Henson of the World Sombo Association will also conduct a clinic. For information, contact assistant tournament director Jeff Sparrow at 406-452-4628. Grab fires Mround 67 to move into tie for 6th DAYTON, Ohio Billings golfer Mike Grob fired a 5-under 67 Friday to move into a three-way tie for sixth place after two rounds at the $250,000 Nike Dayton Open. Grob is sitting at 7-under 137 at the halfway point in the 72-hole tournament. John Wilson and Rob Moss are tied for first at 134. Wilson's 66 on Friday was the day's best score. Grob went 34-33 over the 7,139 yard par-72 Links at Yankee Trace course. He birdied Nos. 4 and 6 on the front and birdied Nos. 11,12 and 13 on the back. Senior wrestler Maki headed to national meet Billings Senior wrestler Chad Maki (112) is one of 16 Montana grapplers who are headed to the AAU National Scholastic Duals Championship June 24-27 in Orlando, Fla. Maki will be coached by Senior head coach Lonnie Robertson and assistant Cody Turnquist. Other coaches for the team are John Metz of Conrad and Steve French of Choteau. The tourney will consist of dual matches against all-star teams from all over the nation. The other Montana wrestlers who will be competing are: Brandon Caldwell, Great Falls, 103; Geoff White, Browning, 103; Eric Beltran, Huntley Project, 119; Austin Sessions, Choteau, 125; Jeff Schultz, Cut Bank, 125; Jade Fetters, Helena, 130; Levi Maltby, Choteau, 135; Bryce Vandenberg, Conrad, 140; Dustin Azure, Wolf Point, 145; Levi Prevost, Sidney, 152; Kylan Klauzer, Baker, 152; Ryan Hagen, Sidney, 160; Lance Spencer, Malta, 171; Howard Mee, Eureka, 189; Ray Hanson, Sidney, Hwt. MSU-N football program signs 6 in-state players HAVRE The Montana State University-Northern football team has added six Montana prep athletes to next year's team. Clint Crowley, Larry Klingaman, Brian Murnion, Chan Childress, Tom Ferris and Travis Steinhoff have all signed letters-of-intent. Crowley and Klingaman are both from Chinook High School, Murnion and Childress are of Garfield County High School (Jordan), Ferris is from Park City and Steinhoff is from Absarokee. UW hires Hemphill as associate LARAMIE, Wyo. Bruce Hemphill was selected as the Associate Athletics Director at the University of Wyoming Friday. Hemphill had been at North Carolina for the past eight years. Overall, Hemphill has been a collegiate coach or administrator for 21 years. He replaces Joe Dowler, who has retired. Hemphill's appointment is subject to UW Trustee approval. Hemphill, 43, will be responsible for facilities, special events and the sports of wrestling, men's and women's swimming, and men's golf, said Cowboys Athletics Director Lee Moon. At North Carolina Hemphill was the recruiting coordinator for his first four years. Since then, he had been an assistant athletics director. Volleyball hall-of-famer hired as UW assistant LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) A former professional volleyball player has been hired as an assistant for the Wyoming Cowgirls, officials announced Friday. Jon Stevenson, 41, comes to the Cowgirls from the University of California-San Diego mens' volleyball program, where he was head coach for the past season. "I'm excited to enter the competitive environment of Division I women's volleyball," he said. "I look forward to making a positive contribution to the continued success of Cowgirl volleyball." Cowgirl coach Susan Judge said the Manhattan Beach, Calif., native will bring a unique background to the program. "His playing experience and exposure to the highest level of volleyball will be invaluable to our program," she said. "We look forward to implementing some of his thoughts and ideas into the Wyoming volleyball program." Stevenson worked extensively with the men's pro volleyball tour as a player, coach and administrator. He was inducted into the Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1995 and the California Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1996. He played collegiate volleyball at Cal-Santa Barbara. 7 COLLEGE RODEO FINALS Oklahoma bareback rider leads way CASPER, Wyo. (AP) Scott Montague helped boost Panhandle State's chances of capturing a third consecutive men's championship with a strong bareback ride Thursday in the third performance of the College National Finals Rodeo. Montague spurred his way to a 73, which tied him for the second-best score in the third round, and moved him into the top spot overall. Montague held a slim one-point lead over Jacob Hayworth of Western Montana with one performance remaining before Saturday's championship round. Kyle Bowers of Western Texas notched a 76 for the top bareback ride of the evening, and of the round. Panhandle State, of Oklahoma, held on to the men's lead, while Southwestern Oklahoma State retained the women's top spot. Southwestern's Mary Ann Barrow led the women's all-around race, and Casey Callahan of Texas' Tarleton State held the men's all-around lead. Weber State's Chct Keetch took over first in the third round of calf roping by a clocking of 8.8 seconds, but Kurt Kiehne of Tarleton State held onto the lead in the overall standings. I Ic stood one-tenth of a second quicker than Wyoming's James Tarver after three runs. The third round lead also changed hands in team roping, as Wyoming cowboys Andy Wilson and Bill Ferguson caught their steer in 6.1 seconds. Matthew Funk of Lewis-Clark State in Idaho and Knin Garcia of Oregon's Blue Mountain Community College held firm in the overall standings. i

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