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24 Hazleton Standard-Speaker, Friday, May 3, 1996 Scoreboard Schuylkill League Softball I IKRF) J All Times EOT WEDNESDAY'S LATE GAMES Mahanoy Area survives scare to stay unbeaten First Round Scoring G FG FT Pti Avg Jordan, Chi 3 32 21 90 30.0 Robinson, S A.... 3 33 24 90 30.0 Malone, Utah 4 43 27 113 28.3 Barkley, Phoe 3 25 29 81 27.0 Olaiuwon, Hou.... 3 34 13 81 27.0 Richmond, Sac... 3 23 25 79 26.3 Sabonis, Port 4 29 41 104 26.0 Smith, Atl 3 29 8 78 26.0 Houston, Det 3 25 18 75 25.0 Strickland, Port... 4 32 23 93 23.3 Hornacek, Utah... 4 31 13 87 21.6 O'Neal, Or) 3 26 11 63 21.0 Smits, Ind 3 26 9 61 20.3 Pippen. Chi 3 20 14 59 19.7 Starks, N Y 3 19 7 59 19.7 Brandon, Clev 3 21 13 58 19.3 Hardaway.Orl 3 18 15 57 19.0 Hill, Det 3 22 12 57 19.0 Elliott, S.A 3 21 10 55 18.3 Ewing,N.Y 3 22 10 55 18.3 Jones, LAL 3 23 2 55 18.3 Scott, Orl 3 20 4 55 18.3 Mahanoy Area jumped out to an early lead, then survived a furious rally by Shenandoah Valley in the bottom of the seventh to down the Lady Blue Devils, 17-16, Thursday afternoon and remain undefeated for the season. In other games, Cardinal Brennan beat Jim Thorpe, 17-11; Blue Mountain shut out North Schuylkill, 10-0; MMI nipped Panther Valley, 2-1; and Minersville blasted Lourdes, 40-0. Field Goal Percentage their first run in the top of the third without the benefit of a hit. Coyne, Hollednak and Jamie Searfoss walked to load the bases, before Coyne scored on a passed ball. Kristen Zavagansky and Tara Barron both singled for the Lady Panthers. Michelle Alex was the winning pitcher, fanning 13 and walking six in seven innings. Barron was tagged with the loss. She struck out eight and walked 13. The Lady Preppers (5-4, 3-3) will play at undefeated Mahanoy Area this afternoon. The teams first will resume their April 15 game, which was tied at eight after seven innings when the rain came. They then will play their regularly scheduled game. MMI 001 ooo i - 2 2 i Panther Valley 000100 0 - 1 2 1 Alex and M. Franzosa; Barron and Hrinda. W - Alex. L Barron, (BmI-oI-S) Thursday, April 25 New York 106, Cleveland 83 Atlanta 92, Indiana 80 Utah 110, Portland 102 Houston 87, LA. Lakers 83 Friday, April 28 Orlando 11 2, Detroit 92 San Antonio 120, Phoenix 98 Chicago 102, Miami 85 Seattle 97, Sacramento 85 Saturday, April 27 New York 84, Cleveland 80 LA Lakers 104, Houston 94 Indiana 1 02, Atlanta 94. OT Utah 105, Portland 90 Sunday, Aprlr28 Orlando 92, Detroit 77 San Antonio 1 1 0, Phoenix 1 05 Chicago 106, Miami 75 Sacramento 90, Seattle81 Monday, April 29 Atlanta 90, Indiana 83 Portland 94, Utah 91, OT Tuesday, April 30 Orlando 101, Detroit 98, Orlando wins series 3-0 Houston 104, LA. Lakers 98 Seattle 96, Sacramento 89, Seattle leads series 2-1 Wednesday, May 1 New York 81, Cleveland 76, New York wins series 3-0 Chicago 112, Miami 91, Chicago wins series 3-0 Portland 98, Utah 90, series tied 2-2 Phoenix 94, San Antonio 93, San Antonio leads series2-1 Thursday, May 2 ' Indiana83, Atlanta 75. seriestied 2-2 Houston 102, LA. Lakers 94, Houston wins series 3-1 Seattle at Sacramento, (n) Friday, May 3 San Antonio at Phoenix, 9 p.m. (TNT) Saturday, May 4 Sacramento at Seattle, TBA, if necessary (NBC) Sunday, MayS First Round Atlanta at Indiana, TBA Phoenix at San Antonio, TBA, if necessary PottJandat Utah, TBA Trail Blazers 98, Jazz 90 UTAH (80) Benoit 5-9 0-0 13, Malone 4-16 7-12 15, Spencer 0-3 0-0 0, Hornacek 11-17 4-4 30, Stockton 3-13 5-5 11, Eisley 0-2 2-2 2, Ostertag 3-5 3-4 9, Russell 0-2 0-0 0, Morris 0-4 4-6 4, Carr 2-5 0-0 4, Foster 1-1 0-0 2, Keefe 0-00-00. Totals 29-77 25-33 90. PORTLAND (98) Grant 4-7 0-0 8, C.Robinson 3-8 7-1115, Sabonis 6-13 10-12 25, McKie 5-10 0-0 10, Strickland 10-16 5-6 27, Williams 1-2 2-2 4, R.Robinson 3-4 0-0 7, Wingfield 0-3 1-2 1, Dudley 0-3 1-2 1. Totals 32-66 26-35 98. Utah 17 23 24 26-90 Portland 27 27 20 24-98 3-Point goals-Utah 7-15 (Hornacek 4-4, Benoit 3-5, Stockton 0-1 , Russell 0-1 , Morris 0-4), Portland 8-17 (Sabonis 3-3, Strickland 2-3, C.Robinson 2-4, R.Robinson 1-2, Grant 0- 1, McKie 0-2, Wingfield 0-2). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Utah 43 (Malone, Morris 6), Portland 56 (Sabonis 13). Assists-Utah 21 (Stockton 11), Portland 18 (Strickland 7). Total fouls-Utah 28, Portland 24. Technicals -Malone, Utah illegal defense, Portland Illegal defense. A-21,401 (21,401). Suns 94, Spurs 93 SAN ANTONIO (93) Elliott 9-21 0-0 20, Smith 1-3 2-2 4, Robinson 8-18 6-6 22, Del Negro 3-12 0-0 6, AJohnson 9-161-219, Perdue 2-2 0-0 4, CPerson 6-10 2-2 18, Alexander 0-1 0-0 0, Herrera 0-1 0-0 0 Totals 3B-84 1 1 -1 2 93. PHOENIX (94) Green 0-3 2-2 2, Barkley 6-12 12-15 25, Williams 2-9 0-0 4, W.Person 9-19 2-2 23, KJohnson 8-18 2-3 18, Tisdale 3-8 0-0 6, Manning 7-14 0-0 14, Perry 0-1 0-0 0, Carr 1- 20-02.Totals 36-8618-22 94. San Antonio 26 28 17 22 - 93 Phoenix 23 29 24 18- 94 3-Point goals-San Antonio 6-16 (C.Person 4-5, Elliott 2-7, Del Negro 0-4), Phoenix 4-11 (W.Person 3-7, Barkley 1-3, Green 0-1). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-San Antonio 44 (Perdue 9), Phoenix 57 (Barkley 13). Assists-San Antonio 25 (Del Negro 8), Phoenix 18 (KJohnson 8). Total fouls-San Antonio 21, Phoenix 16. A-19,023 (19,023). FG FGA Pet Perdue, SA 13 16 .813 Harper, Chi 13 19 .684 Bryant, Hou 12 19 .632 Grant, Ort 21 35 .600 Hornacek, Utah 31 52 .596 Scott, Orl 20 34 .588 Campbell, LAL 15 26 .577 Smith, Atl 29 51 .569 Hill, Det 22 39 .564 Starks, N.Y 19 34 .559 BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Signed RHP Tom Edens to a minor-league contract. v National League " PHILADELPHIA PHIUJES-Acquired 1B J.R. Phillips from the San Francisco Giants , toraplayertobenamedandcash. ,n SAN DIEGO PADRES-Activated OF -Chris Gwynn from the 15-day disabled list. 'u Placed INF-OF Craig Shipley on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 23. . SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS-Activated RHP Rich DeLucia and INF Kim Batiste . from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned INF jU Jay Canizaro to Phoenix of the PCL -- Pacific Coast League " CALGARY CANNONS-Released LHP Greg Cadaret. Activated INF Rich Aude off the disabled list. Signed RHP Kenny Greer and placed him on the inactive list. . j Frontier League ".; CHILLIC0THE PAINTS-Signed P Keith;''; Mayhew and P Kevin Loewe. j. EVANSVILLE OTTERS-Signed P Jeff u Leystra and OF Franz Yuen. JOHNSTOWN STEAL-Signed P' Mathew Schultea and P Neil loviero and 1B . Kevin Holt. ZANESVILLE GREYS-Signed C Par-' trick Anderson. North Atlantic Baseball League . ALTOONA RAIL KINGS-Signed RHP Farley Love and RHP Brent Sagedal. Northeast League RHODE ISLAND TIGER SHARKS- . SignedLHPJasonHennigan. Northern League ST. PAUL SAINTS-Acquired OF Marty-Neff and INF Dave Konigsmark from Sioux City for RHP Wes Brooks, LHP Ian Epstein and C Sean Gousha. THUNDER BAY WHISKEY JACKS- ,r Re-signed 3B John Tsoukalas and C 1 Johnny Bess. W Texas-Louisiana League ALEXANDRIA ACES-Signed RHP Erie Moran to a one-year contract. 1 RIO GRANDE VALLEY WHITE 0 WINGS - Re-signed LHP AI Osuna. TEXAS WILDCATTERS-Signed RHP Alex Slattery and INF Jason Smiga. ' Western League -; '" GRAYS HARBOR GULLS-Signed 2B-SSJonRochlin. . FOOTBALL National Football League NEW YORK JETS-Recalled OT Matt Willig from waivers and traded him to the Atlanta Falcons for a conditional 1998 sev-enth-round draft choice. NEW YORK GIANTS-Signed WR Greg '.": Quesada and PKOIindo Mare. .! Canadian Football League . MONTREAL ALOUETTES-Signed OL " Adam Cassidy and QB Adrian Rainbow. Arena Football League 17 16 MAHANOY AREA SHENANDOAH Rebounding three singles, Jill Shearn a triple and single and Vicki Domalakes and Joanne Klimas two singles apiece. Also joining in the offense were Michelle Varenick, Mary Kate Whitecavage and Christine Bunner with a single each. Trosh McKeon had a triple and two singles and Jocelyn Kattner a double and two singles for the Olympians (3-9, 1-5). The win went to Stacey Staudenmeier and the loss to Kathy Young, who was relieved by Katie Smith. CB is at Schuylkill Haven for a non-league game on Monday. Jim Thorpe 1041221 - 11 12 2 Cardinal Brennan....155 501 x- 17 17 1 Young, Smith (4) and Garben Staudenmeier and Domalakes. W - Staudenmeier. L - Young. BLUE MOUNTAIN 10 NORTH SCHUYLKILL 0 Jen Correll pitched a three-hit shutout as Blue Mountain (7-2, 5-1) moved within one victory of qualifying for the District 11 Class 3-A playoffs. Amy Kokitus had a grand slam homer and two singles for the Eagles while three other girls had two singles each: Nora Zimmerman, Cindy Wahl and Karen Sterner. The Spartans (6-8, 3-4) had singles from Wendy Montgomery, Ulana Chabon and Kim Howard for their three hits. Correll struck out two and also walked two. Losing pitcher Julie Beaulieu had one strikeout and walked 10. North Schuylkill is at Pott-sville for a Division I game on Tuesday. Blue Mountain 120 214 - 10 13 0 North Schuylkill 000000- 0 3 1 Correll and Wahl; Beaulieu and Montgomery. W - Correll. L - Beaulieu. G Off Del Tot Avg Barkley, Phoe 3 15 30 45 15.0 Grant, Orl 3 13 26 39 13.0 Polynice, Sac 3 15 24 39 13.0 Thorpe, Del 3 14 21 35 11.7 D.Davis, Ind 3 12 22 34 11.3 Pippen, Chi 3 11 23 34 11.3 Robinson, S A..... 3 10 24 34 11.3 Sabonis, Port 4 12 31 43 10.8 Malone, Utah 4 4 35 39 9.8 Ewing, N.Y 3 4 25 29 9.7 Johnson, LAL 3 6 23 29 9.7 Assists 40 0 MINERSVILLE LOURDES Senior pitcher Katie Rowlands hurled her second perfect game of the season and benefitted from a 31 -hit attack Pacers 83, Hawks 75 INDIANA (83) McKay 5-12 3-3 14, D.Davis 1-2 1-4 3, Smits 8-12 1-1 17, Pierce 5-11 2-4 12, Jackson 5-15 1-2 12, A.Davis 2-5 2-2 6, Workman 1-2 0-0 3, Ferrell 3-5 1-3 7, Best 2-5 5-69. Totals 32-69 16-2583. ATLANTA (75) Augmon 2-7 4-4 8, Long 4-12 0-2 9, Laettner 3-9 3-6 9, Smith 6-18 6-7 19, Blaylock 7-18 0-0 17, Ehlo 2-6 1-1 6, Henderson 1-3 0-0 2, Jordan 1-1 1-2 3, Rooks 1 -3 0-3 2. Totals 27-77 1 5-25 75. Indiana 25 25 18 15-83 Atlanta 22 19 23 11-75 3-Point goals-Indiana 3-10 (Workman 1-2, McKey 1-3, Jackson 1-4, Best 0-1), Atlanta 6-20 (Blaylock 3-10, Long 1-3, Ehlo 1-3, Smith 1-4). Fouled out Smits. Rebounds-Indiana 55 (D.Davis, Smits 9), Atlanta 51 (Long 12). Assists Indiana 14 (Jackson 5), Atlanta 11 (Blaylock 5). Total fouls-Indiana 25, Atlanta 22. Technicals Smits. Flagrant fouls-D.Davis. A-15,482 (1 6,378). The Bears (9-0) remained unbeaten, but had to survive a seven-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning to get past the Blue Devils (4-9). Wendy Yankus had four singles, Kathy Kieres a double and single and Danette Jadosh two singles for the winners. Adding singles were Tricia Breznitsky, Kelly Miller, Maralynn Hudock, Shelly Kon-savage, Danette Jadosh and Christine Paisley. Jamie Krusinsky had a double and three singles and Rhiannon Zulkowski a triple and two doubles for Shenandoah. Crystal Uholick and Michelle Chesla tacked on three singles and Sandra Skaudis a triple and single. Rounding out the hitting was a triple from Jess Jacavage and singles by Jill Jacavage and Mindy Pytak. Amy Breslin got the win with three strikeouts and three walks. Jill Jacavage took the loss, finishing with four strikeouts and 10 walks. Shenandoah is home against Schuylkill Haven today. Mahanoy Area will compete in the Blue Mountain tournament on Saturday. Mahanoy Area 005 522 3 - 17 14 4 Shenandoah 330 030 7- 16 18 8 Breslin and Miller; Jill Jacavage and Krusinsky. W - Breslin. L - Jacavage. CARDINAL BRENNAN 17 JIM THORPE 11 The Chargers (8-5, -2) pounded out 17 hits and qualified for the District 11 Class 2-A tournament with the Division III victory. Cheryl Fell had a double, two singles and four RBI as CB posted a season high in runs scored. Janelle McDonald had SWITCH The New Jersey Nets have been taken off . the market, but the team's ownership will be restructured with Henry Taub emerging as the new chief executive. Taub, who owns more than 20 percent of the team, will replace Alan Aufzien as chairman and chief executive officer. President Michael Rowe will continue to run the daily operations of the team. SIGN The Washington Bullets reached into their past for future leadership Wednesday, signing Wes Unsold to a five-year contract as vice president and general manager. Unseld, who spent the last two years as the Bullets executive vice president, played 13 years for the team and coached them from 1987101994. STATUS Reggie Miller met with doctors Wednesday and was cleared to begin shooting and participating in light drills. Miller, who has an eye socket injury, said he hopes to play if Indiana advances to the second round. SEASONS Miami Heal coach Pat Riley failed to advance out of the first round of the playoffs for the first time in his 14 years as an NBA coach. Chicago swept Miami 3-0 with a 1 12-91 rout Wednesday night. 2 1 MMI PANTHER VALLEY CLASS AAA NORTH Heather Hollednak's seventh-inning single snapped a 1-1 tie as MMI edged Panther Valley at Lansford. Coyne started the rally when she went to first on a dropped third strike and continued to third after catcher Michelle Hrinda's throw skipped past the first baseman. Hollednak then slapped her game-winning basehit. Jen Evans added a single for the Lady Preppers, who scored W L Lake-Lehman 4 1 Wyoming Valley West 3 2 Dallas 3 3 Tunkhannock 2 3 Pittston Area 1 3 Wyoming Area 1 5 CLASS AAA SOUTH W L Berwick 4 1 Creslwood 4 1 Hazleton Area 4 1 Bishop Hoban 1 2 Nanticoke 1 3 Coughlin 1 4 "TsSHEuaiin G No. Avg. Stockton, Utah 4 61 15.3 Johnson, S.A. 3 39 13.0 Johnson, Phoe 3 35 11.7 Strickland, Port 4 34 8.5 Brandon, Clev 3 24 8.0 Blaylock, All 3 23 7.7 Payton, Sea 3 23 7.7 Hardaway.Orl 3 22 7.3 Johnson, LAL 3 21 7.0 Pippen, Chi 3 21 7.0 I u&s I THE WOODLANDS (AP) - Scores Thursday after the first round of the $1 .5 million PGA Tour Shell Houston Open, played on the par-72 (36-36), 7,042-yard Tournament Players Course at The Woodlands: Tommy Tolles 34-31-65 Mike Springer 33-32-65 LeeJanzen 33-33 -66 David Duval 32-34-66 Kirk Triplet! 35-31-66 Mark Brooks 32-34 -66 Doug Martin 34-33-67 Greg Kraft 33-34-67 Russ Cochran 35-32-67 Jeff Maggert. 35-32-67 Mike Hulbert 35-32 -67 LenMattiace 32-35-67 Jay Delsing 36-32-68 Joel Edwards 34-34-68 Clarence Rose 33-35-68 Dome Hammond 32-36 -68 Joe Ozaki 36-32 -68 DillardPruitt 33-35 - 68 Robert Gamez 35-33 -68 Jerry Kelly 34-35 -69 John Wilson 36-33 -69 Jim Carter 34-35-69 Andy Bean 34 35-69 Carl Paulson 35-34-60 JoeySindelar 35-34-69 Craig Parry 36-33-69 Woody Austin 33-36-69 Tim Herron 35-34-69 John Huston 34-35 - 69 Bart Bryant 34 35-69 Hisayuki Sasaki 34-35 -69 Steve Jurgensen 35-34- 69 Gary Rusnak 36-33 - 69 MarkWiebe 36-34- 70 Brian Kamm 33-37- 70 DA Weibring 34-36- 70 Tom Kite 3535-70 Dave Barr. 34-36 - 70 Taylor Smith 37-33-70 Lennie Clements , 34-36 - 70 Neal Lancaster 35-35- 70 Brett Ogle 36-34- 70 Mike Heinen 35-35- 70 TomByrum 35-35- 70 Scott Gump 34-37- 71 Guy Boras 37-34-71 David Ogrin 37-34 -71 DonPooley 37-34 - 71 Omar Uresti 37-34-71 Jim McGovern 36-35 -71 John Daly 38-33 -71 Brian Henninger 35-36 -71 Scott Hoch 36-35 -71 Brad Fabel 35-36 -71 Jeff Hart 36-35 -71 John Adams 36-35-71 Marco Dawson 36-35- 71 EdFion 34-17-71 Lee Rinker 35-36-71 Charlie Rymer 37-34- 71 Vijay Singh 37-34- 71 Joe Daley 37-34- 71 Brian Tennyson 39-33- 72 Dan Foreman 37-35- 72 Pete Jordan 34 38 - 72 Hal Sutton 37-35- 72 Mark Calcavecchia 36-36- 72 Wayne Grady 36-36- 72 Clark Dennis 37-35- 72 Steve Rintoul 36-36- 72 John Maginnes 36-36-72 John Cook 36-36- 72 Keith Fergus 37-35- 72 Andrew Magee 35-37- 72 RickFehr 38-34- 72 Payne Stewart 39-33 - 72 Curtis Strange 36-36- 72 David Peoples 36-36- 72 Allen Doyle 35-37- 72 Lucas Parsons 36-36-72 MikeSwartz 36-36-72 ANAHEIM PIRANHAS-Actrvated OL-DL ' Kevin Carroll from the refused-lo-reportlisL " ," CONNECTICUT COYOTES -Claimed J WR-DB Julius Reese off waivers. Activated WR-LB Aubrey Thompson, from injured. reserve FLORIDA BOBCATS-Recalled FB-LB Joe Johnson from waivers. - - MINNESOTA FIGHTING PIKE-Signed OL-DL Roosevelt Nix. Waived WR-DB Shawn Narcisse. v j SAN JOSE SABERCATS-Acquired , ; OL-DL Mike Evans and OL-DL Jim Spencer from the Connecticut Coyotes for WR-LB Anthony Howard. HOCKEY National Hockey League " , LOS ANGELES KINGS-Named Trm Leiweke president. Promoted Rogie Vachorv., from president to chief hockey operations ; officer. Roller Hockey International DENVER DAREDEVILS-Traded D Mark , Richards, D Steve Gibson and F Don Par-. , sons to Long Island for C Angelo Ricci; f Richard Enga and D Glenn Stewart. EMPIRE STATE COBRAS-Traded LW; John Vecchiarelli and D Jay Neal to Derived. for C Michael Martens and a 1997 third-;. . round draft pick. " COLLEGE " ' BARUCH-Reinstated men's soccer to varsity status and named Barrington Fowler . coach. S '' CHARLESTON SOUTHERN-Announc-. ed the resignation of Sue Killian, Softball -' coach. COLGATE-Named Ron Rohn women's ' basketball coach. EAST TENNESSEE STATE-Named Tracy Garrick and David Siepert men's assistant basketball coaches. Named Brad Sherrod assistant football coach. LONG BEACH STATE-Retained Clyde ' O Vaughan, men's assistant basketball coach. MIAMI, OHIO-Promoted Charlie Cotes,'' men's assistant basketball coach, to men's-"' basketball coach. MINNESOTA-Announced RB Rafael w Cooper was dismissed from the football team for violating team rules regarding per- sonal property rights. OKLAHOMA-Announced the resigna- (ion of Donnie Duncan, athletic director, to " '" become director of football operations for t the Big 12 Conference. ' ' PITTSBURGH-Announced Michael Gill, sophomore basketball forward, has left the ' school. ' ROBERT MORRIS-Named Glen Gutienez, Dave Pilipovich and Thorn' Holzshu assistant coaches. '" ST. JOSEPH'S, Pa.-Named Greg r' Nicholls women's soccer coach and Dawn , Jaffee and Timothy Lenihan women's assistant soccer coaches. ' ''' SOUTHERN COLORADO-Named Les Morken assistant to the athletic director. - TEMPLE -Named Dr. Lynn Snyder senior associate athletics director. "' "' WESTMINSTER, PA.-Announced the ' resignation of Peter Macky, men's soccer coach. ' -a WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH-Named Pam-Ruder women's basketball coach. 11 DIVISION I W L Pottsville 5 0 Blue Mountain 5 1 Tarn aqua 3 2 North Schuylkill 3 4 Mount Carmel 3 3 Pine Grove 1 3 Shamokin 0 7 Thursday's Results Blue Mountain 1 0, North Schuylkill 0 Mount Carmel 1 8, Shamokin 1 3 Today's Games Pine Grove at Pottsville Blue Mountain atTamaqua DIVISION II W L Minersville 7 0 m r a m Thursday's Results Hazleton Area 8, Crestwood 1 Pittston Area 5, Dallas 3 Berwick 2, Wyoming Valley West 0 Tunkhannock 6, Wyoming Area 5 Lake-Lehman 2, Coughlin 1 Today's Games Pittston Area at Hazleton Area Wyoming Area at Nanticoke Lake-Lehman at Coughlin Wyoming Valley West at Berwick Tunkhannock at Bishop Hoban Dallas at Crestwood Saturday's Games Bishop Hoban at Crestwood 1 CN CLASS AA EAELEOVE LIMIT 2 W L Tri-Valley WET- LOOK CAR WASH jJUJUuiJ Hanover Area 7 0 Williams Valley 4 2 BishopO'Reilly 5 1 Nativity 3 2 Meyers 5 1 Schuylkill Haven 2 4 Northwest 4 3 Shenandoah Valley 1 5 Wyoming Seminary 3 4 Lourdes 0 6 Thursday's Resi'lt Seton Catholic 2 3 Renews Wax Shine Inhibits Corrosion & Oxidation Minersville 40, Lourdes 0 Today's Gam WET- LOOK CAR POLISH Brilliant Shine Deep Rich Color Easy to Apply $6.79 EAG2080616 16 oz. iJj.lJi Bishop Hafey 2 4 GAR 1 6 West Side Tech 0 7 as the Lady Battlin' Miners downed the Lady Red Raiders in a one-sided slugfest for their 166th consecutive Division II victory. Rowlands, who set a school record with her fourth career perfect game, hit for the cycle by belting a single, double, triple and home run to lead the offensive attack, followed by Laura . Capik and Sarah Newton with . three singles apiece. Kathy Rodgers and Holly Mahall both contributed two singles. Minersville returns to action Saturday in the Chambersburg Tournament. Minersville (14) 5 (21) - 40 31 0 Lourdee 0 0 0 0 0 7 Rowlands, Fitzpatrick and Sorokach (2); Navrocki, Evans and Scopaletti (3). W - Rowlands. L - Navrocki. Deion catching praise IRVING, Texas (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys found out one thing in their week-long minicamp and quarterback school: Deion Sanders is a better receiver than he is a baseball player. This is the first spring Sanders hasn't been playing baseball, and he has devoted time to business deals, playing with his children and learning to run routes as a receiver. He's been successful at all three. "He's like the road runner, beep-beep varooooom," said Dallas coach Barry Switzer. "His route running is much advanced from where it was last fall when we put him in there on a part-time basis." Dallas qiarterback Troy Aikman cautioned to not put Sanders in the class of Michael Irvin or even Kevin Williams yet. "He has the ability to be one of the great wide receivers for our team," Aikman said. "But he hasn't mastered the position yet. It's still going to be hard for him to play both defense and offense." Sanders, who caught one pass for 47 yards in the Super Bowl, hasn't said much about being a fulltime football player. "I don't want to talk, but you can film me," he said at one session. It remains to be seen if Sanders can be a 60-minute man this fall for the Cowboys. He strained a hamstring muscle this week after several long runs. "Well just have to wait and see how much we use him on offense," Switzer said. "We need him for sure on defense." One of the bright spots of camp was the fact that Aikman has come off of surgery for bone chips in his elbow in good shape. He was able to do a little throwing which put him far ahead of the pace he had expected. He got a sore arm for his trouble but there were no other complications. The Cowboys also were curious about their two free agent linebackers Broderick Thomas, formerly of Minnesota, and Fred Strickland, a former Green Bay Packer. The 1890 Belmont Stakes was run at Morris Park in New York. $2.89 Thursday's Results Northwest 1 0, Bishop Hafey 0 Meyers 2, GAR 1 Bishop O'Reilly 6, Wyoming Seminary 4 Hanover Area 1 9, West Side Tech 6 Today's Games GAR at Seton Catholic Hanover Area at West Side Tech Meyers at Bishop O'Reilly Bye - Wyoming Seminary EAG2085616 16 oz. 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LIMIT 2 CARB & CHOKE CLEANER ffflfWff LIMIT 2 Heavy Duty Rubbing Compound immjW -i Jet Spray mmmm I I Restores Shine to Dull, fjjrj DIVISION III W L Mahanoy Area 5 0 Cardinal Brennan 6 2 Marian 5 2 MMI 2 3 PantherValley 2 5 Weatherly 1 4 Jim Thorpe 1 6 Thursday's Results MMI 2, PantherValley 1 Cardinal Brennan 17, Jim Thorpe 1 1 Today's Game MMI at Mahanoy Area DIVISION I W L Pottsville 5 0 North Schuylkill 5 2 Blue Mountain 4 2 Pine Grove 4 2 Tamaqua 2 4 Mount Carmel 1 6 Shamokin 1 6 Thursday's Results North Schuylkill 7, Blue Mountain 6 Mount Carmel 1 0, Shamokin 1 Pine Grove 2, Tamaqua 1 Today's Games Pine Grove at Pottsville Blue Mountain atTamaqua DIVISION II W L Tri-Valley 6 1 Williams Valley 5 1 Schuylkill Haven 4 2 Shenandoah Valley 2 3 Minersville 3 4 Nativity 1 5 Lourdes 1 6 Thursday's Result Minersville 2, Lourdes 1 Today's Game Nativity at Shenandoah Valley Saturday'sGame Schuylkill Haven at Shenandoah Valley, 3 p.m. DIVISION III W L Marian 6 1 Jim Thorpe 5 2 Mahanoy Area 4 2 PantherValley 5 2 Cardinal Brennan 2 6 WeathenV 1 4 MMI 0 6 zro coco Badly Weathered Finishes Bonus Buy! 25 More Free Use With Each Air Filter Change $1.59 Thursday's Results Crestwood 3, Hazleton Area 3, susp. Nanticoke 9, Tunkhannock 4 Hanover Area 1 , Wyoming Valley West 0 Pittston Area 7, Berwick 5 Dallas 10, Coughlin 5 Today's Game Hazleton at Dallas Saturday'sGame Tunkhannock at Hanover Area CLASS AA Division I Clam Jet Spray1 Friday, May 3 :'. N.Y. Rangers at Pittsburgh (7:30 EDT). These former Patrick-Division rivals meet in j the playoffs for the first time since 1992 : when the Penguins eliminated the Rangers " in six games en route to their second con-'jt secutive Stanley Cup. SENTPACKING? The Hartford Whalers admitted that the team will fall short of its ambitious goal to ' more than double its season-ticket base to ,. 11,000, and acknowledged that other cities " will be explored as a possible new site for ' ' the franchise. , , , SCOLDED Tampa Bay Lightning general manager ' Phil Esposito was fined by the NHL for curs-,', ing an Asbury Park Press woman reporter ,o during the Stanley Cup playoffs. The league would not disclose the amount of the fine, believed to be $10,000, the maximum , allowed under league bylaws. SHORT CAREER Brett Lindros of the New York Islanders retired from the NHL because of numberous ;', concussions during his brief career. The " 20-year-old right wing played 51 games ' over two seasons, scoring two goals, five assists and accumulating 147 penalty ' minutes. He has three years remaining on a $7.5 million contract that is insured. SIDELINED " Boston Bruins general manager Harry Sinden said it would be a "longshot" for star -forward Cam Neely to play again. The four-, time All-Star missed dozens of games because of trouble with his knees. Problems m developed in his hip earlier this year, keep- ing him on the bench for about a quarter of " the season. The Bruins were eliminated in five games by the Florida Panthers in the . . Eastern Conference quarterfinals. ' SEASONS ''" The New York Rangers came back from a i. 2-0 deficit to win a series for the first time v, when they defeated the Montreal Canadiem .r in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals. The Rangers, who lost the first two games at g home, will meet the Pittsburgh Penguins in -the Eastern Conference semifinals. " SPEAKING It wasnt my decision. Three specialists and my family doctor told me my career is " over. It's something I have to accept. It's tough to swallow, but the decision was .. made for me." - 20-year-old Brett Lindros who was forced to retire from the New York " Islanders because of numerous concus- T skms. GUM7459 DPT08610 10 oz. LIMIT 2 16.25 oz. FORMULA 2001 HAND CLEANER QOJO DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Scores Thursday after the first round of the LPGA's $1.2 million Sprint Titleholders Championship, played on the 6,393-yard, par 36-36-72 LPGA International course fa-amateur): Val Skinner 33-34- 67 Jane Geddes 33-35 - 68 Dawn Coe-Jones 34-34 - 68 Mayumi Hirase 35-33 -68 Robin Walton 34-35 -69 MegMallon 35-34 -69 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 34-35 - 69 Michelle Estill 33-36- 69 Nanci Bowen 35-34- 69 Annika Sorenstam 35-34-69 Catrin Nilsmark 34-35 -69 Florence Descampe 34-35-69 Dottie Pepper 33-37 - 70 Sherri Turner 35-35-70 Jan Stephenson 35-35 - 70 Kathy PostlewaiL 35-35 - 70 Joan Pitcock - 35-35- 70 Liselotte Neumann 35-35 -70 Stephanie Maynor 35-35 -70 Chris Johnson 36-34 - 70 Penny Hammel 34-36 - 70 Dale Eggeling 35-35-70 Laura Davies 35-35 - 70 Tina Barrett 36-34-70 Donna Andrews 34-36-70 Danielle Ammaccapane 37-33-70 Amy Alcott 34-36 -70 Suzanne Strudwick 34-36 -70 Kelly Robbins 33-37 - 70 Marianne Morris 34-36-70 Kathryn Marshall 36-34-70 Vicki Goetze 33-37-70 MoiraDunn 35-35 - 70 Tania Abitbol 35-35 -70 a-Cristie Kerr 36-34 - 70 Jennifer Wyatt 33-38-71 Kim Shipman 34-37-71 BarbMucha 37-34 -7! Michelle McGann 35-36-71 Jenny Udback 37-34- 71 Rosie Jones 35-36 - 71 Gail Graham 34-37-71 Brandie Burton 34-37 -71 Kristi Albers 37-34 -71 Karrie Webb 34-37-71 Leslie Spalding 35-36-71 Michele Redman 36-35-71 ... W L Meyers 10 0 Lake-Lehman 8 2 Bishop Hoban 5 5 GAR 4 6 Wyoming Area 3 6 West Side Tech 1 7 Division II W L Seton Catholic 7 1 Northwest 5 3 Bishop O'Reilly 3 5 Bishop Hafey 2 5 Wyoming Seminary 1 9 Professional Skin Care LIMIT 2 Cleans With or h- h Super Protectant Nothing Shines Better or Lasts Longer Bonus Size " 30 More Free $2.09 g-- Without Water I feyj Sgi990 I 14 oz. GOJ1141 TURT96 10.4 oz. T. II "JII I yaafaTHim mum 11 Thursday's Results Northwest 7, Wyoming Seminary 1 Meyers 6, West Side Tech 0 GAR11,BishopOReilfy4 Lake-Lehman 1 1 , Wyoming Area 0 Today's Games Bishop Hafey at Seton Catholic Wyoming Area at Lake-Lehman GAR at Bishop Hoban West Side Tech at Meyers Bye-BishopO'Reilly Saturday's Games Northwest at Meyers rJSM35 r5lcHI aSBBb II mm Thursday's Results PantherValley 10, MMI 0 Jim Thorpe 1 3, Cardinal Brennan 3 Today's Games MMI at Mahanoy Area Weatherly at Marian

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