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04 SPORTS Decatur. Illinois Saturday. April 6, 1991 Basketball 1 Track 11. Roger Drake 338 12. Randy Rexroad 326 13. Bruce Oulgar 314 14. Steve Jones 302 II Jack Dowers 280 SPORTSMEN 1. Kerby Damery 2,035 2. Dave Smith 1,891 3. Paul Patterson 1,575 4. Jerry Myers 1,382 5. FredKunz 1,170 8. Danny Maguirt 1,154 7. Phil Moreland 1,104 8. Terry Sowers 1,062 9. Wes OTJell 999 10. Dennis VanderMeersch 989 11. Tom Graham 969 12. Fred Conway 912 13. Denny Pratt 891 14. Brian McLemore 868 15. Kevin Seago 721 (Casey Westfield 6-0 overall; next: Monday vs. Teutopolis at home) COLLEGE At Charleston Game 1 BRADLEY 1 EASTERN ILLINOIS 8 (7 innings) W Amy Pellegrtne, (2-2) pitched a J-htt shutout, 3 strikeouts and 4 walks. L Con Tortey, (1-4) pitched a l-Mtter, with a strikeout and 3 walks. ., For Eastern Illinois, Jennifer Smith was l-for-3. Tammy Stic was l-for-3. For Bradley, Tabrtha Judson scored the only run in the first Inning. Game 2 EASTERN ILLINOIS 3 BRADLEY 8 W - Penni Key (6-1), 2-Mtter, 3 strikeouts, 2 walks. L Michelle Riggra (1-S). For Eastern Illinois, Tammy SHcc was 2-for-4. Carrie Voison was Mor-4 with n RBI. (Eastern Illinois - 15-9 overall. 1-1 in the Gateway Conference; next: Today vs. Western Illinois, 1 p.m. Bradley 8-15 overall, 1-3 Gateway Conference.) I Transactions 1 BASEBALL I American League CLEVELAND INDIANS Placed Keith Hernandez, first baseman, and John Farrell and Rudy Seanez, pitchers on the 15-day disabled list. DETROIT TIGERS - Optioned.Dan Gakeler, pitcher, to Toledo of the International League. Placed Chef Lemon, outfielder, on waivers for the purpose ot giving him his unconditional release. Claimed Luis de los Santos, infieiders off waivers from the Kansas City Royals. - MINNESOTA TWINS Traded Joey Meyer, first baseman, to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Greg Sims, outfielder. Sent Tim Drummond, pitcher, to Portland ot the Pacific Coast League. Returned Pat Howell, outfielder, to the New York Mets for $25,000 as part of the Rule S draft. NEW YORK YANKEES - Claimed Scott Lusader, outfielder, off waivers from the Detroit Tigers. SEATTLE MARINERS Sent Dennis Hood, outfielder, to Calgary of the Pacific Coast League. TORONTO BLUE JAYS - Sent Kenny Williams, outfielder, to Syracuse ot the International League. National League ATLANTA BRAVES - Signed Glenn Wilson, outfielder, to a contract with Richmond of the International League. - HOUSTON ASTROS - Optioned Eric Anthony, Javier Ortiz and Gerald Young, outfielders, to Tucson of the Pacific Coast League. Sent Doug Baker and Jose Toientino, infielders, to their minor-league camp for reassignment. NEW YORK METS - Assigned Pat Howell, outfielder, to Port St. Lucie ot the Florida State League. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES - Released Guiilermo Hernandez, pitcher. SAN DIEGO PADRES - Signed Mikt Aidrefe, infielder -outfielder, "to a one-year contract. Placed Dennis Ras-mussen and Atlee Hammaker, pitchers, on the 15-day disabled list. Released Greg Gross, outfielder. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS - Signed Mike Feider, outfielder, to a one-year contract. BASKETBALL National Basketball League NBA Announced that Roy Tarpley, Dallas Mavericks forward, has been suspended indefinitely without pay for violating his after-care substance abuse program. World Basketball League MEMPHIS ROCKERS - Named Oliver Mack assistant coach. FOOTBALL National Football League NEW YORK JETS - Released Terry Williams, cornerback. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS - Released Joe Mickles, running back. Canadian Football League HAMILTON TIGER-CATS - Signed Phil Schnepf, defensive back, and Francois Belanger, offensive tackle. HOCKEY National Hockey League NHL Fined Denis Savard, Montreal Canadiens center, $400 for a gross misconduct penalty incurred against Buffalo in a first-round playoff game on April 3. WASHINGTON CAPITALS - Sent Jim Hrivnak, goalie, and Kent Paynter, de-fenseman. to Baltimore of the American Hockey League. COLLEGE ARIZONA Named Joan Bonvicini women's basketball coach. ARIZONA STATE Announced that Brian Camper, guard, quit the basketball team and will transfer to another college. SOUTHAMPTON - Named Mark Del-lacave men's basketball coach. PREP GIRLS TRACK PARIS 69 BRIDGEPORT RED HILL 45 - At Paris M0-Coultas (B) 14.9 200-Coultas (B) 29.5 400 Buchanan - (B) 1:15.4 800-Staley (P) 3:12.3 1,600 -Halloran(P) 6:38.9 3,200 - Stanfield (P) 15: 15.8 100 hurdles - Wirth (B) 21.9 300 hurdles Wirth (B) 1: 06 J 400 relay - Paris r:03.3 800 relay Paris 2: 191 800 medley relay Bridgeport Red Hill 2:36.9 1400 relay Paris 5:25.4 3,700 relay -Paris 13: 16.7 High jump Stanfield (P) 4-5 Long jump Hunter (P) 113 Shot - Clark (P) 38-11 (school record) Discus- Wirth (B) 93-8W (Paris 1-0-1 overall; next: Monday at Terre Haute) ARGENTA-OREANA 114 NORMAL U-HIGH 45 CLINTON II At Clinton 100-Studdard (AO) 13.50 200 - Miller (UH) 29.18 400 -Cool (AO) 1:08.7 800- Bloch (AO) 2.33.9 1400- B loch (AO) 6:00 3,200 Bloch (AO) 12:26.6 100 hurdles - Sams (C) 17.1 300 hurdles - Sams (C) 53.84 400 relay Argenta-Oreana 59.62 800 relay Argenta-Oreana 2: 10.25 800 medley relay Normal U High 2:08.86 1400 relay Normal U High 4:58.53 3,200 relay Argenta-Oreana 11:31.93 High jump Mulligan (AO) 44 Long jump Cool (AO) 14-4 Shot - White (AO) 30-9 Discus - White (AO) 101 5 PANA115 MOUNT ZION 42 At Mount Zion 100-Pallone (MZ) 13.3 200 - Swanson (MZ) 28 J 400 Steppin (P) 1:11 800 Pauley (P) 2:51 1,600-Evans (MZ) 6:45 3,200 - Miller (P) 13:56 100 hurdles - Sarver (P) 16.3 300 hurdles - Sarver (P) 54.1 400 relay Pana 55.0 800 relay Mount Zion 2 00 800 medley relay Pana 2: 11 1,600 relay - Pana 5:01 3,200 relay Pana 11:49 High jump - Ward (P) 4 10 Long ump Sarver (P) 16-4 Shot-Stalets(P) 35 0 Discus - Russell (P) 904 1 Auto Racino M 1990 FINAL POINT STANDINGS MACON SPEEDWAY LATE MODELS I. Brian Ater 2,043 2 Jim Leka 2,010 3. Greg Babb 1,845 4 Buffy Clark 1,768 5. Mark Hart 1,743 6. Ed Bauman 1,708 7. Jim Harter 1,484 8. Dick Taylor 1,457 9. Joe Ross, Jr. 1,381 10. Butch Smith 1,352 II. Chris Bargetzi 1,137 12. Barry Bell 915 13. Butch Garner 869 14. Bob Bennett 625 15. Jeff Wallis 618 MODIFIEDS 1. Mike Mudd 754 2. Al Baker 674 3. Al Crawley 562 4. Jerry Peters 560 5. Jeff Riblet 554 6. Rick Alwood 524 7. Roger Ater 514 8. Larry Stevens 438 9. Rick Crawford 414 10. Chris Kidd 402 ANTHOLOGIES Wide World of Sports: Gymnastics, World Cup men's championships, from Brussels, Belgium (Tape); horse racing, Santa Anita Derby, from Arcadia, Calif.; horse racing, Grand National Steeplechase, from Aintree, England (Tape delay). 3:30 p.m. (KTVI) (WAND) (WHOI) (WBAK) AUTO RACING NASCAR Pontiac Pacesetters 200. Grand national series race, from the Darlington (S.C.) Raceway. Noon (ESPN) Saturday Night Thunder: USAC Midgets. From Ventura, Calif. 8 p.m. (ESPN) BASKETBALL McDonald's AH-American Classic. From Springfield, Mass. Twenty of the nation's top senior players take part in the 14th-annual EastWest all-star game. 2 p.m. (WCIA) (KMOV) (WTHI) (WMBD) Indiana Pacers at Atlanta Hawks. 7:05 p.m. (TBS) BOWLING True Value Open. From Peoria. Robert Lawrence edged leading-qualifier Steve Cook 234-233 in last year's title match. 2 p.m. (WAND) (WHOI) (WBAK) COLLEGE WRESTLING NCAA Divison I Championships. From Iowa City. Schools contending for team honors include Iowa, Iowa State, Arizona State and Oklahoma State. (Tape) 4 p.m. (WCIA) (KMOV) (WMBD) FIGURE SKATING 1991 World Championships. From Munich, Germany, (rerun) 2 p.m. (SportsChannel) FOOTBALL Florida Spring OrangeBlue Scrimmage. From Florida Field in Gainesville. Noon (SportsChannel) GOLF Independent Insurance Agent Open, Third Round. From the TPC at The Woodlands, Texas. Tony Sills parred the first hole in a playoff with G8 Morgan to win last year's event, his first victory on the PGA Tour. Noon (KTVI) (WAND) (WHOI) (WBAK) B Senior PGA Tradition at Desert Mountain, Third Round. From Desert Mountain (Cochise Course), Scottsdale, Ariz. 4 p.m. (ESPN) Senior PGA Tradition at Desert Mountain, Third Round. From Desert Mountain (Cochise Course), Scottsdale. Ariz, (rerun) 1:30 a.m. (ESPN) HOCKEY B Patrick Division Semifinal, Game Two: New Jersey Devils at Pittsburgh Penguins. (Tape) 6 a.m. (SportsChannel) a Norris Division Semifinal, Game Two: Detroit Red Wings at St. Louis Blues. 7:30 p.m. (KPLR) (SportsChannel) B Smythe Division Semifinal, Game Two: Vancouver Canucks at Los Angeles Kings. 10:30 p.m. (SportsChannel) B Norris Division Semifinal, Game Two: Detroit Red Wings at St. Louis Blues, (rerun) 2 a.m. (SportsChannel) HORSE RACING B Gotham Stakes. From Aqueduct Race Track, Ozone Park, N.Y. 3 p.m. (ESPN) B Preview Stakes. From Gurfstream Park, Haltandale, Fla. 4 p.m. (SportsChannel) B Pan-American Handicap. From Gulfstream Park, Hallandale, Fla. 4:30 p.m. (SportsChannel) OLYMPIC SHOWCASE B Gymnastics, United States vs. Romania women's competition, from Houston. 1 :30 p.m. (WTWO) (KSDK) (WICS) (WEEK) PRESEASON BASEBALL B Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs. From Wrigley Field in Chicago. 1:15 p.m. (WGN) TENNIS B Family Circle Cup, Women's Singles Semifinal. From Hilton Head, S.C. Top seeds at the event include Gabriela Sabatina, Ara-ntxa Sanchez Vicario, Jennifer Capriati and defending champion Martina Navratilova. 3 p.m. (WTWO) (KSDK) (WICS) (WEEK) U.S. OLYMPIC GOLD B U.S. Spring National Swimming Championships. From Federal Way, Wash. 9:20 p.m. (TBS) WLAF FOOTBALL ' B Orlando Thunder at London Monarchs. 1 p.m. (USA) B Barcelona Dragons at Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks. 7 p.m. (USA) Hockey STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF DIVISION SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Thursday Minnesota 4, Chicago 3. OT, Minnesota leads series 1-0 Detroit 6, St. Louis 3, Detroit leads series 1-0 Edmonton 3, Calgary 1, Edmonton leads series 1-0 Vancouver 6. Los Angeles S. Vancouver leads series 10 Friday Boston 4, Hartford 3, series tied 11 Montreal 5, Buffalo 4, Montreal leads series 2-0 Pittsburgh 5, New Jersey 4. OT, series lied 11 Washington 3, N.Y. Rangers 0, series tied 11 Today Edmonton at Calgary, 7:05 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Detroit at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Vancouver at Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m. Sunday Montreal at Buffalo, 6:05 p.m. Boston at Hartford, 6:35 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Washington, 6:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at New Jersey. 6:45 p.m. Monday St. Louis at Detroit, 6:35 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 7.05 p.m. Calgary at Edmonton, 8:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Vancouver, 9:35 p.m. BOWUMG PBA TRUE VALUE OPEN PEORIA (AP) - Standings Friday after the sixth round of the $200,000 true Value Open with names, hometowns, 42-game pintail totals, match-play records and prize money for non-qualifiers (Top five advance to TV finals): 1, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 15-9, 10448. 2, George Branham III, Indianapolis, 168, 10,316. 3, Kelly Coffman. Topeka, Kan., 14 -10, 10,264. 4, Del Ballard Jr.. Richardson, Texas, 14- 10, 10.249. 5, Curtis Odom, Winston-Salem, N.C., 13-10-1, 10,233. 6, Tony Westlake, Edmond, Okla., 12 12, 10,224, $6,000. 7, Mike Miller, Albuquerque, N.M., 13- 11, 10,222, $5,500. 8, Mike Jasnau, Fish-kill, N.Y., 10-12, 10,214, $5,000. 9, Ray Edwards, Centereach, N.Y., 11-13, 10,136, $4,500.-10, Rod Pasteur, Green Bay, Wis., 11-13, 10,129, $4,000. 11, Justin Hromek, Andover, Kan., 12-12, 10,128, $3,600. 12, Dennis Rakauskas, Center-ville, Va., 13-11, 10,083, $3,200. 13, Brian Voss, Boca Raton, Fla., 11-13, 10,064, $3,000. 14, Dave Ferraro, Kingston, N.Y., 13-11, 10,059, $2,800. 15, Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore., 12-12, 10,042, $2,600. 16, Pete Weber, Florissant, Mo., 7-16-1, 10,010, $2,400. 17, Harry Sullins, Detroit, 12-12, 10,000, $2,300. 18, John Forst, Woodridge, III., 14-10, 9,923, $2,200. 19, Dale Traber, Cedarburg, Wis., 11-13, 9,883, $2,100. 20, Mike Aulby, Indianapolis, 15-9, 9,873, $2,000. 21, Gary Dickinson, Edmond. Okla., 13-11, 9,828, $1,950. 22, Ron Williams, Fort Worth, Texas, 10-14, 9,810. $1,900. 23, Kent Wagner, Palmetto, Fla., 7-17, 9,807, $1,850. 24, Michael Neumann, Cheek-towaga, N.Y., 7 17, 9,584, $1,800. Golf TUCSON LPGA TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Scores Friday after the second round of the $350,000 PING Welch's Championship played on the 6.243-yard, par 72 Randolph Park North Golf Course: Chris Johnson 67-69136 Tracy Kerdyk 7046-136 Joan Pitcock 69-68-137 Michelle McGann 6948-137 Myra Biackwelder 7246-138 Jan Stephenson 69-70-139 Meg Mai Ion 72-67-139 Nancy Scranton Brown 68-72140 Dottie Mochrie 70-70-140 Maggie Will 72-68-140 Mitzi Edge 71-69-140 Patty Sheehan 673141 Donna Andrews 70-71141 Allison Finney 68-73141 Betsy King 67-74141 Cindy Figg Currier 70-71141 Kris Tschetfer 70-72-142 Karen Davies 68 74 142 Kristi Albers 69-73-142 Caroline Keggi 69 74143 Kim Shipman 72-71-143 Stephanie Maynor 72-71143 Juli Inkster 72 71-143 Marga Stubblefield 73 70-143 Colleen Walker 7172143 Michelle Estill 71 72 143 Bonnie Lauer 72-71143 Susie Redman 70-73143 Kathy Postlewait 70-73-143 Janice Gibson 72-71143 Elaine Crosby 7074-144 Lynn Connelly 71 73-144 Kris Monaghan 71 73 144 Susie McAllister 72 72-144 Janet Anderson 74-70144 Vicki Fergon 72 72 144 Susan Sanders 72-72144 Failed to Qualify Heather Drew 75-72-147 Penny Pulz 74-73-147 Kate Rogerson 72 -75147 Amy Read 75-72147 Lisa Walters 71-76147 Penny Hammel 72 75 147 Lynn Adams 76-71-147 Patti Rizzo 73-74-147 Martha Nause 75-72147 Laura Bauqh 72 75-147 Mary Beth Zimmerman 7674 150 TRADITION SENIORS SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Scores Friday after the second round of the $8004)00 Tradition played on the 6,864-yards, par-72 Cochise Course: Phil Rodgers - 65-67-132 Jim Colbert 7048-138 George Archer 69 69-138 Jim Dent 6949-138 Ben Smith 6949-138 Chi Chi Rodriguez 6949138 John Paul Cain 7049139 Bob Charles 7446-140 Jim Ferree 72 68-140 Walter Zembriski 70 70-140 Gary Player 69 71-140 Tommy Aaron 70-70140 Tommy Jacobs 69 71-140 Continued from B1 JACKSON: CORRECTrONS j I In an article entitled "Stephen Decatur steals baseball win" in the Wednesday, April 3 edition, MacArthur's starting pitcher was incorrectly identified. Luke Weatherford was the starting pitcher.. The newspaper erred. COLLEGE LINCOLN LAND 9 LAKE LAND COLLEGE 3 (9 innings) At Springfield W - Jason Cosby. L - Brian Kelly. (0-2). For Lincoln Land, Clint Squires was 4-for-4 with 2 RBI. Jay Earles was 3 for 5 double, 2 homers and 3 RBI. Kevin VanHouten was 2 for-S with a home run, 7 RBI. For Lake Land, Steve Kimble was 2-for-5. Jeff Guest was 2 for 5, with a home run. (Lincoln Land 10-11 overall. Lake Land 20-10 overall; next: today vs. Kaskaskia Colleqe at I p.m.) PREP COWDEN-HERRICK 12 BEECHERCITY4 At Beecher City W Matt Beck, 12 strikeouts, L Neils For Cowden-Herrick, Steve Williams went 2 for 3 with 1 RBI. Brannon Boehm went 1 for 3 with 2 RBI; Cowden-Herrick scored 5 runs In third and 6 in the fourth. For Beecher City, Lamb went 3 for 4 with 1 RBI (Cowden 2-2 overall; next: Tuesday vs. Stewardson Strasburg at home. Beecher City 0-3 overall) . STEWARDSON STRASBURG 5 BRAIDWOOD REED CUSTER 3 At Strasburg (8 innings) W - Brandon Holle, L - Shane Fltz-patrlck For Stewardson Strasburg, Drew Johnson had a home run, Cliff Cross went 2 for-4, Steve Kull went 2 for-3 For Braidwood Reed Custer, Jason Garrelts went 3 for-4 with a double (Stewardson Strasburg 21 overall; next: (St. Anthony Tournament) today vs. Oiney at Effingham.) FINDLAY4 RAMSEY 3 At Findlay W - Shannon Cloyd, struck out 16, L Mark Luster For Findlay, Cloyd. Bricker, and Howell all had 2 singles For Ramsey, Luster had 2 singles and I double (Fmdlay 1-3 overall; next: Tuesday vs Shelbyville at home. Ramsey 12 overall) ST. ANTHONY CLASSIC OLNEY 18 EFFINGHAM ST. ANTHONY 0 At Teutopolis W - McVicxer. allowed 1 hit, L -Bryan Breeding For Olney, Harman went 4-for 4 including a home run and 6 RBI, McClain went 2 for 2 including a home run, a double and 5 RBI (St. Anthony 1-1; next: tournament continues today vs. Braidwood Reed Custer) PARISH MARTINSVILLE 8 (5 innings) At Martinsville W Donnie Bartos (10), had 2 home runs. L Snyder, (0-1). For Paris. John White, Jason Brad ford, K.C. Glerkler each homered. For Martinsville, Snyder had only hit. (Paris 2-1 overall; next: Today vs. Newton. Martinsville 0-1 overall.) VANDALIA 10 SANDOVAL 4 At Sandoval W - Lotz, had 9 strikeouts, L -Shaffer For Vandalia, Carmen went 2-for-3 with 1 double and I RBI, Miller went 1 for 2 with 1 double and 2 RBI. For Sandoval, Jourdan had 2 RBI. (Vandalia 1-1; next: Monday at Hillsboro. Sandoval - 2-2 overall) AbUNT PULASKI 4 PETERSBURG-PORTA 2 At Petersburg-Porta W - Troy Howe, (2-0) allowed 2 hits struck out 15 and walked 3. L Buckley, (11) allowed 8 hits and struck out 13. For Mount Pulaski, Ryan Davis had an RBI single in the 7th inning. Lincoln Schroth had an RBI single in me third. For Petersburg-Porta, Powell and Alvarez each scored a run. (Mount Pulaski 3-1 overall, next: Today vs. Hartsburg-Emden. Petersburg Porta 1-3 overall.) EISENHOWERS SPRINGFIELD SOUTHEAST I At SprhwfieM W - Charlie Hendricks, L - Lanzotti For Eisenhower, Dulaney went 2 for 4, Turner went 2 for-4 including 1 double, Creason went l-for-2, Taute went lfor-4. Nurnberger went l-for-3 For Springfield, Crum had 1 double, Adams had 1 single, McBey went 1 tor 3 I Softball 1 At Oblong OBLONG 21 LAWRENCEVILLE 1 (5 innings) W - Kelly Jones, (40) allowed 5 hits, stuck out 5 and walked 1. L Fredrick, (0-2) allowed 9 hits, t earned runs, 1 strikeout and 9 walks. For Oblong, Jody Jennings was 4 for -5 with a home run, a double, a single, 5 RBI and 2 stolen bases. Kim Laino was 3 for-3 with 2 RBI and 2 stolen bases. For Lawrenceville, Stevens had a doubled and Hill was 2 for 2. (Oblong 4-0 overall; next: Monday vs. Martinsville. Lawrenceville 0-2 overall.) At Paris PARIS 8 CUMBERLAND 2 (7 innings) W - Kuhn, struck out 8, walked 2. L -Bresha Brewer (0-1). For Paris, Sisson had 2 singles. Lynch had a double. For Cumberland, Kuhn had 2 singles. (Cumberland 0-2 overall; next: Monday vs. Robinson.) At Ma roa-Forsyth MAROA FORSYTH 10 DIVERNON4 (7 innings) W - Carey Estell, (3-0). L - Punke. For Maroa- Forsyth, Stacey Dodd had 1 hits, including a double, and drove in 3 runs. Deb Pope had 2 hits, including a double, and drove in 3 runs. For Divernon, Stewart, Boyer and Day had 2 hits. (Maroa Forsyth 3-2 overall; next: Tuesday at Montkello.) At Rochester KINCAID11 ROCHESTER 9 (4 innings) W - Jeanette Goeschel, (12) 8 strikeouts. L Jill Egizio, (0-2) 4 strikeouts. For Kincaid, Bridget Bertoldo was 2-for-2 including a single, double and 3 RBI. Amy Ballard was 3-for-4 with 2 singles and a double. Aimee Rhoads was 2 for-4 with a double and a triple. Jeanette Goeschel and Jacinda Prose singled. For Rochester, Reeves, Barn-ick and Egizio each singled. (Kincaid 1-2 overall; next: Today at Witt. Rochester - 0-3 overall.) At Casey CASEY-WESTFIELD 4 PARK FOREST RICH EAST 3 (8 innings) Game 1 W Robin Montgomery, L Wells For CaseyWestfield, Christy Burrfs went 2 for 3 with an RBI. CaseyWestfield scored 3 runs in the seventh Inning and I in the eighth inning to win Game 2 CASEY-WESTFIELD 7 PARK FOREST-RICH EAST 2 W Robin Montgomery (30), L Richard For Casey Westfield. Jaml Koss went 3 for 3, scoring 2 runs and adding 2 stolen bases; Michelle Stinson went 2-for-4, scoring 2 runs and adding 3 stolen bases; Amy Tlpsword went 2-for-3 with a single and a double, scoring 2 runs and driving in 2; Jeana Ritchey went J-for 3 with an RBI. NBA STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB y Boston 54 20 .730 - x Philadelphia 41 33 .554 13 New York 35 39 .473 1 Washington 27 47 .365 27 New Jersey 23 51 Jit 31 Miami 22 52 .297 32 Central Division xChicago 55 19 .743 - x Detroit 47 27 .635 8 xMilwaukee 44 30 .595 11 x Atlanta 38 35 .521 16' x Indiana 37 37 .500 18 Cleveland 27 47 .365 28 Charlotte 23 52 .307 32' WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet. GB x San Antonio 49 24 .671 - x Houston 48 25 .658 1 x Utah 48 25 .658 1 Orlando 26 46 .361 22'4 Dallas 26 47 .356 23 Minnesota 23 50 .315 26 Denver 19 55 .257 30' Pacific Division x Portland 56 18 .757 xIALakers 53 21 .716 3 x Phoenix 50 23 .685 5' x Golden State 38 35 .521 17"4 Seattle 35 37 .486 20 LA Clippers 28 45 .384 27Vi Sacramento 20 52 .278 35 x clinched playoff berth y clinched division title Friday's Games Cleveland 104, Charlotte 101 Indiana 117, Washington 103 Portland 115, Orlando 98 San Antonio 110, Chicago 107 Detroit 101, Minnesota 82 Utah 93, Dallas 87 Houston 126, Denver 120 Phoenix at Golden State, (n) Seattle at LA Clippers, (n) Miami at LA Lakers, (n) Today's Games Boston at Orlando, 6:30 p.m. Indiana at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Utah at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at New York, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. Golden State at Sacramento, 9:30 p m. Sunday's Games Cleveland at Charlotte, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Chicago, 2:30 p.m. Portland at Dallas, 2:30 p.m. San Antonio at Minnesota, 2:30 p.m. Seattle at Denver, 3 p.m. Sacramento at LA Clippers, 8 p.m. Phoenix at LA Lakers, 9:30 p.m. PISTONS 101, TIMBERWOLVES 82 Minnesota (82) Corbin 4 10 0 0 8, Mitchell 311 6-6 12, Breuer 2-5 0-0 4, Richardson 7 17 0-2 14, Campbell 10-18 2 3 22, Murphy 2-4 1-2 5, Brooks 2 0-0 4, West 3-6 12 7, Spencer 1-3 0-2 2. Glass 2 3 0 0 4. Totals 36 85 10-17 82. Detroit (101) Rodman 2-6 0-0 4, Aguirre 9 17 2 2 20. Laimbeer 6 112 2 14, Dumars 6-11 3-4 15, Thomas 4 7 7-8 15, Johnson 2-7 0-0 4. Salley 7 9 5-7 19, Bedford 2-5 2 2 6, Henderson 0-0 0-0 0. Rollins 1-1 0-0 2, Hastings 00 2 2 2 Totals 39 74 23 27 101. Minnesota 22 25 18 17 - 82 Detroit 22 23 27 29- 101 3 -Point goals Minnesota 0-3 (Brooks 0-3), Detroit 0-4 (Rodman 0-1, Thomas 0- 1, Aguirre 0-2). Fouled out None. Rebounds Minnesota 45 (Mitchell 7), Detroit 50 (Laimbeer 15). Assists Minnesota 20 (Richardson, Corbin 5), Detroit 30 (Thomas 11). Total fouls Minnesota 20, Detroit 15. Technicals Detroit coach Daly. A - 21.454. CAVALIERS 104, HORNETS 101 Charlotte (101) Reitf 11 16 4-5 26, Newman 5-10 6-6 16, Gminskl 3 9 04 6, Chapman 6-17 7-7 20, Gill 3 12 2 2 8, Gattison 3-4 2 2 8, Bogues 3-7 00 6, Curry 0-4 0-10, Leckner 1-3 1-2 3, Tripucka 3 7 2 2 8. Totals 38-89 24-27 101. Cleveland (104) Nance 2 9 frO 4. Bennett 5 11 4-4 14, Williams 5 10 54 15. Ehlo Ml 6-8 2Z Valentine 6-9 3 3 16, Morton 2-4 1-2 5, Ferry 7-10 0-2 15, Brown 3-6 3-3 9, Paddio 2 10 0-0 4.Totats 39 80 22 28 104. Charlotte 19 24 30 28 - 101 Cleveland 26 28 25 25-104 3-Point goals Charlotte 1-5 (Chapman 1-4, Tripucka 0-1), Cleveland 4 7 (Ehlo 2-3. Valentine 11, Ferry 1-2, Morton 01). Fouled out Leckner. Rebounds . Charlotte 53 (Reid 11), Cleveland 48 (Nance 10). Assists Charlotte 23 (Chapman 9), Cleveland 27 (Paddio 7). Total fouls Charlotte 28, Cleveland 23. Technical Ferry. A 12,685. m TRAIL BLAZERS 115, MAGIC 98 Portland (115) Kersey 9 19 8 8 26, Williams 4-8 4-7 14, Duckworth 5 13 3-4 13, Drexler 2-5 2-2 6, Porter 11 16 1 2 29, Ainge 5 13 2 2 13, Robinson 3 7 1 2 7, Davis 3-6 0-0 7, Young 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 42-89 23 27 115. Orlando (98) Scott 6 17 2 6 17, Turner 4 8 0-0 8, Kite 3-3 0 0 6, Skiles 5 16 9-9 20, Smith 7-15 3 4 17, Reynolds 4 11 12-16 20, Acres 2-4 0-0 4, Wiley 1-4 0 0 2, Catledge 2 2 01 4. TotalS 34 80 26 36 98. Portland 30 19 36 30 115 Orlando 30 27 19 22 - 98 3-Point goals Portland 8-13 (Porter 6-8, Davis 1-1, Ainge 1-3, Young 0-1), Orlando 4 11 (Scott 3-5, Skiles 14, Smith 0-1, Reynolds 0-1). Fouled out Turner. Rebounds Portland 62 (Williams 21), Orlando 45 (Acres 10). Assists Portland 31 (Porter 12), Orlando 21 (Skiles 10). Total fouls Portland 19, Orlando 24. Technicals Williams, Drexler 2. Ejection Drexler. A 15.077. PACERS 117, BULLETS 103 Washington (103) Grant 8 17 3 3 19, J.Williams 8-17 0-0 16, Ellison 14 16 2 3 30, Walker 36 1-4 7, Workman 3 14 00 7, Hammonds 2 7 1-2 5, Eackles 4-12 56 14, Foster 1-4 12 3, English 1-6 0-0 2, Irvin 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 44 99 13 20 103. Indiana (117) Person 6-11 0-0 13, Thompson 2-5 8-8 4, Dreiling fr2 1-2 1, Miller 7-10 5-5 22, M. Williams 5 10 0-0 10, Schrempf 3 11 4-8 10, Sanders 5 10 0-0 10, Smits 5-8 3-6 13, Fleming 8 11 56 21, McCloud 3 7 0-0 7, . K.Williams 3 5 0-0 6, Wittman 0-1 0-8 O.TotalS 47-91 18 27 117. Washington 27 21 31 24 - 103 Indiana 28 19 37 33- 117 3 Point goals Washington 2-9 (Eackles 1-1, Workman 1-3, J.Williams 0-2, Grant 01, English 0-2), Indiana 5-9 (Miller 3-3, Person 1-2, McCloud 1-3, Sanders 0-1). Fouled out Ellison. Rebounds Washington 62 (Ellison 12), Indiana 53 (Schrempf 10). Assists Washington 32 (Walker 11), Indiana 30 (Schrempf 7). Total fouls Washington 22, Indiana 18. A 16.530. - JAZZ 93, MAVERICKS 87 Utah (93) Edwards 2 5 3-4 7, K.Malone 12 23 7 11 31, Eaton 3 6 I I 7, Stockton 5-10 04 10, J Malone 9 18 5 5 23, Rudd 2-4 2 2 7, Bailey 3 8 04 6, M Brown 13 0-0 2. Totals 37 77 18 23 93. Dallas (87) Williams 8-14 34 19, White 3-10 2 2 8, Donaldson 5-7 4-5 14, Harper 3 12 7 8 13, Blackman 511 12 12, Upshaw 3 7 1 2 7, English 4 8 0-0 8. Davis 1-4 4-4 6, Shasky 04 04 0, Grandholm 04 04 0. Totals 32-73 22 29 87. Utah 27 25 18 23 - 93 Dallas 21 26 14 26 - 87 3 Point goals Utah 14 (Rudd 1-2. Stockton 0-1, J Ma lone 0-1), Dallas 1-7 (Blackman 1-1, Harper 0-2, Upshaw 0-2, Davis 0-2). Fouled out None. Rebounds - Utah 49 (K.Malone 19), Dallas 44 (Donaldson 15). Assists Utah 24 (Stockton 12), Dallas 17 (Blackman 5). Total fouls Utah 25, Dallas 22. Technicals Harper, Dallas illegal defense. A - 16,777. ROCK ETS 126, NUGGETS 120 Houston (126) Johnson 2 6 2 2 6, Thorpe 912 7 8 25, CHaiuwon 6-15 0-2 12, Maxwell 14 25 9 10 45, K.Smith 10-16 6-7 29, L.Smith 12 0-0 2, Wood 2 4 2 2 7, Floyd 0-J 0-0 0. Totals 4487 26 31 126.. Denver (120) Williams 606 8 8 21, Wolf 9 17 0-0 18, Anderson 5-14 3 7 13, Jackson 17 04 2, Adams 15-34 41, Lane 49 O0 8, Farmer 6 10 12 13, Battle 13 04 2, Liberty 13 04 2. Totals 48 113 17 22 120. m Expects big year By MICHAEL ROX BOROUGH, Universal Press Syndicate The circle around the Rockets-Jazz game is for the question able status of Houston s Kenny Smith. NBA NHL Favorite Points Underdog Favorite Goals Underdog Celtics 754 MAGIC FLAMES 1-1 Yi Oilers HAWKS 7)4 Pacers BLUES 114-2 Red Wings ROCKETS 7 Jazz BLACKHAWKS 154-2 North Stars KNICKS PK Pistons KINGS 2-2 Canucks BUCKS 9 Nets Warriors 254 KINGS Home teams in capital letters. League East." Jackson said he expects to re-, turn to the form of 1988, when his 23 victories tied for the National League lead. He led the league with 15 complete games and pitched 260 2-3 innings with 71 walks and 161 strikeouts. "Lots of it was good mechanics," Jackson said. "I had a" hard, snapping slider. I hit the corners with my fastball and it exploded when it crossed the plate.'. The last two years my pitches floated across the plate. The slider I had in 1988, I already have this spring." then an operation on his left big toe. Last year he took a line drive on the left forearm and was disabled April 29 to May 17. His shoulder problems came up again and he went on the disabled list July 18 to Aug. 8. One day later, he wound up with a viral infection and went back on the disabled list until Aug. 30. Still, the Cubs thought the 29-year-old Jackson was worth it. "Danny Jackson is the lefthander we haven't had for a while," General Manager Jim Frey said. "He can help our club get back on top in the National it builds up for four or five games, and after a month I have to let it out. I've learned to handle it better. But the fire still burns." There was some question about Jackson's ability despite an excellent postseason last year. He beat Pittsburgh 6-3 in Game 3 and started the pennant-clincher, allowing one hit and one run in six innings as the Reds won 2-1. Jackson, 23-8 with the Reds in 1988, spent half of the 1989 season on the disabled list. First he had surgery on his left shoulder and 110107 matching their largest of the game. San Antonio (110) Elliott 10-17 5-5 25, Cummings 7 16 5- 19, Robinson 7-9 10-12 24, Strickland 4-10 4-7 12, Anderson 7-17 1-2 15, Wingate 1-2 frO 2, Green 5-9 0-0 10, Greenwood 0-0 O0 0, Johnson 12 I I 3. Totals 42 82 26-33 110. Chicago (107) Pippen &3 3-4 17, Grant 6-12 4-6 16, Cartwright 2-7 1- 2 5, Paxson 3 8 0-0 6, Jordan 13-26 12-14 39, Armstrong 3 6 2 2 8, King 04 12 1, Hodges 4-7 2 2 13, Perdue frO 0-0 0, Levingston 13 04 2. Totals 38 82 2532 107. San Antonio 22 31 30 27 -110 Chicago 24 22 20 41 - 107 3 Point goals San Antonio 0-3 (Cummings 0-1, Anderson 0-1, Green 0-1), Chicago 6-15 (Hodges 3-5, Pippen 2 3, Jordan 1-4, Paxson 0-3). Fouled out None. Rebounds San Antonio 63 (Robinson 13), Chicago 35 (Grant 10). Assists San Antonio 25 (Strickland 9), Chicago 23 (Jordan 9). Total fouls San Antonio 27, Chicago 24. A - 18.676. 39 points in the fourth quarter, keying a Chicago comeback from an 83-66 deficit at the start of the period that San Antonio extended to 87-66 in the first minute. The Bulls climbed within a point four times without pulling even.. The Spurs outrebounded the Bulls 50-29. The Spurs used a 30-16 run to open an 83-62 advantage with 1:09 remaining in the third quarter. Chicago led 36-32 in the second period before the Spurs outscored the Bulls 30-6 for a 53-42 lead, CHICAGO (AP) The San Antonio Spurs blew most of a 21-poirrt fourth quarter lead before prevailing 110-107 over the Chicago Bulls behind Sean Elliott's 25 points and David Robinson's 24 Friday night. The loss was only the fifth in 37 games in the Chicago Stadium for the Bulls, who fell a game behind Portland in the race for the NBA's best record. The victory was the eighth in 11 games for the Spurs and kept them in sole possession of first place in the Midwest Division. Michael Jordan scored 17 of his Sunday's Games Portland vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, Fla., 11:05 a.m. Philadelphia vs. Houston at Kisslmee, Fla., 12:05 p.m. Cleveland vs. Cincinnati at Columbus, Ohio, 12:05 p.m. Atlanta vs. St. Louis at Louisville, Ky., 12:30 p.m. Boston vs. Baltimore at Washington, 12:35 p.m. Los Angeles at California, 3:05 p.m. Oakland at San Francisco, 3:05 p.m. End Exhibition Season ' BLUE JAYS 3, CARDINALS 3 At St. Petersburg, Fla. Toronto 000 102 0 - 3 7 2 St. Lours 100 200 X - 3 6 2 (6Vi innings, rain) StorHemyre, Leiter (6) and Myers; DeLeon, Carpenter (6), Agosto (7) and Pagnozzi. HRs Toronto, Carter (3), Olerud (3). PHILLIES 6, RED SOX 4 At Winter Haven, Fla. Philadelphia 000 101 04x - 6 11 3 Boston 120 000 lOx - 4 3 0 DeJesus, Grimsley (6), McDowell (8) and Lake; Young, Fossas (7), Kiecker (8) and Pena, Marzano (4). W Grimsley, 1-1. L Kiecker, 3-1. Sv McDowell (1). HR Philadelphia, Jordan (3). ASTROS 7, ROYALS 3 At Kissimee, Fla. Kansas City 000 012 000 - 3 8 0 Houston 000 142 OOx - 7 10 2 Gubicza, Schatzeder (5), M.Davis (7), Montgomery (8) and Macfarlane, Mayne (6); Deshaies, Clancy (6), Hernandez (8) and Biggio. W Deshaies, 2 0. L Schatzeder, 0-1. REDS 1, TIGERS 1 At Lakeland, Fla. Cincinnati 000 001 000 00 - I 9 1 : Detroit 000 000 001 08 - 1 5 0 (11 innings, tie) Rijo, Hall (6), Layana (7), Myers (9), Gross (10) and Reed, Scott (9); Gul-lickson, Gibson (8), Henneman (9), Leiter (10) and Tettleton, Allanson (10). PIRATES 3, RANGERS 8 At Port Charlotte, Fla. Pittsburgh - 001 020 000 - 3 8 0 Texas 000 000 008-8 7 1 , Smith, Heafon (6), Kipper (8), Belinda (9) and LaValliere, Prince (6); Witt, 1 Gossaqe (7), Barfield (8), Je.Russell (9) I and Stanley, Kreuter (7). W Smith, 3-' 1. L - Witt, 2 3. Sv - Belinda (3). WHITE SOX 6, TWINS I At Sarasota, Fla. Minnesota 000 001 000 -1 4 1 Chicago (A) 818 130 lOx - 4 12 I I Anderson, Bedrosian (6), Casian (7), Aguilera (8) and Harper, Ortiz (7k Edwards, Drees (4), Patterson (7), Drahman (8), Pall (9) and Fisk, Kar-kovice (8). W Edwards, 10. L Anderson, 2-3. CUBS I, BREWERS 1 At Milwaukee . Chicago (N) 000 110 000 - 2 3 1 Milwaukee 000 001 000-1 9 1 Maddux, Bieleckl (7), Assenmacher I (9) and Berryhill; Bosio, Plesac (6), Crlm (7), Nunez (9) and Surhoff. W Maddux, 17. L Bosio, 13. Sv As-senmacher (3). Houston 36 28 30 32 126 Denver 28 32 28 32 - 120 3 Point goals Houston 12 19 (Maxwell 8-12. K.Smith 3-4, Wood 11, CMajuwon 0-1, Floyd 0-1), Denver 7-19 (Adams 6-15. Williams 1-2, Farmer 0-1, Liberty 0). Fouled out None. Rebounds Houston 51 (Olajuwon 18), Denver 67 (Wolf, Lane 16). Assists -Houston 27 (K.Smith 11), Denver 20 (Adams 8). Total fouls Houston 18, Denver 20. A - 12,434. Baseball EXHIBITION STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Minnesota 20 10 .667 Boston 20 11 .645 New York . 18 12 .600 Cleveland 15 10 .600 Seattle 15 12 .556 Kansas City 14 13 .519 Chicago 15 14 .517 Baltimore 14 14 .500 California 12 13 .480 Oakland 11 15 .423 Texas 11 18 .379 Milwaukee 11 20 .355 Toronto 9 18 .333 Detroit 8 21 .276 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pd. Houston 16 9 .640 San Diego 14 10 .583 Pittsburgh 15 11 .577 St. Louis 15 11 .577 Atlanta 14 11 .560 San Francisco 14 12 .538 New York 14 14 .500 Chicago 15 16 .484 Montreal 12 14 .462 Los Angeles 13 17 .433 Cincinnati 12 16 .429 Philadelphia 11 16 .407 NOTE: Split-squad games count in standings, ties do not Friday's Games Toronto 3, St. Louis 3, t'b innings, rain Philadelphia 6, Boston 4, 8 innings, mutual consent Houston 7, Kansas City 3 New York Yankees 2, Columbus 1 Montreal vs. Atlanta, ccd., rain Cincinnati I, Detroit 1, II innings, mutual consent Pittsburgh 3, Texas 0 Chicago White Sox 6, Minnesota 1 Chicago Cubs 2, Milwaukee 1 San Diego vs. Seattle at Las Vegas, in) California at Los Angeles, (n) San Francisco at Oakland, (n) Today's Games Pittsburgh vs. Detroit at Lakeland, Fla., 11 a.m. New York Yankees vs. Montreal at West Palm Beach, Fla., 11:05 a.m. Minor League All-Stars vs. Chicago White Sox at Sarasota, Fla., 11:35 a.m. Texas vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, Fla., 12:05 p.m. Houston vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, Fla., 12:05 p.m. Boston vs. Baltimore at Washington, 12:35 p.m. St. Louis vs. Atlanta at Richmond, Va., lp.m. Toronto at New York Mets. 1:18 p.m. Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs, 1:20 p.m. San Francisco at Oakland, 3:05 p.m. San Diego vs. Seattle at Las Vegas, 8:05 p.m. Los Angeles at California, 9:05 p.m. en Hendricks pitches Eisenhower to victory cole Zinn suffered a first loss in four games. Kristen Hanover triggered Mount Zion's attack with a 3-for-3 performance, including a double and triple and two RBI. Lindsay Wingard had two hits, two RBI and scored three times. Johnson also had 2 RBI on two hits. Heather St. Johnson batted in two runs with a triple. Jana Albrecht added two hits. Eisenhower (2-1) plays St. Teresa at Mueller Park this afternoon. SOFTBALL Mount Zion 12 Warrensburg-Latham O MOUNT ZION Sinda Johnson pitched a three-hitter and struck out nine To lead Mount Zion (3-2). Johnson improved her record to 3-1 while Warrensburg's (3-2) Ni SPRINGFIELD Winning pitcher Charlie Hendricks limited Springfield Southeast to one run and his teammates backed him up with plenty of support as Eisenhower emerged with a 5-1 baseball victory Friday. Matt Dulaney and Aaron Turner each went 2-for-4, while Adam Creason, Kurt Taute and Todd Nurnberger each contributed a hit. SPORTS AND HORSE RACING HOT LINE Sports reports updated SO thoroughbred and 1-900-454-3101 every 5 minutes during games. Horse racing results from harness tracks plus stretch calls from the major tracks. Herald & Review mrrmft from love Ion i

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