Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on May 10, 1993 · Page 6
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6 — MONDAY, MAY 10, 1993 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- L 12 13 14 15 15 17 19 L 11 11 12 15 17 17 17 Pet .586 .587 .548 .516 .484 .414 .387 Pel .621 .807 .571 .518 .414 .414 .370 OB _ V4 1 2 3VS S 8 OB — _ % VA 3 8 6 7 SCOREBOARD Baseball By Th* AMocMttd Pro* Alt TtmM PDT AMERICAN LEAGUE Eaat Dtvklon W 17 17 17 Toronto 16 MDmuka* 13 BMknor* 12 CkwMand 12 W**t DM.Ion W Chicago 18 OMomia 17 Ttta* 16 SMM* 16 KanaaaCly 12 MHMMMMi 12 Oakland 10 Sunday'a Caima Now York 11, Dttolt 2 Bakfnwa 4, Toronto 3 MlhnukM 6, Bo»lon 0 Chicago 8. Clavaland S 8«Ml« 6. Mhrwaota 4 Taxa* 2, Ktnu* Cly 1 CaWon* 7, Oakland 6, 10 Inning* Monday'! Oitntt H*n York (P«f« 1-2) M DetroK (W»««4-1), 4O5 p.m. Botlon (OopMn 2-1) «t Baltimore (Mustlna'4-1), 435 pjn. Chtogo (Fernanda 3-2) « Scittto (Hampton 1-1). 70S p.m. TOM (UfenmX 3-1) «t CMtland (Daring 0-1). 7:05 p.m. MlnnMOU (Bantu 2-2) at CaHlomla (Famtl 2-3), 7C5 pjn. Only gamM tchadutod TuMday'a Oanwa Kanta* Crty (Apptor 2-3) at Clmaland (Bletecki 3-2), 4flSp.ra MllwaukM (Navarre 0-2) at He* York (M.Witt 14). 430p.m. Bodon (Clamana 4-2) at BaMmora (McDonald 2-3). 496 p.m. DMroN (QuUckaon 0-0) at Toronto (Stotttomyni 3-3), 496 p.m. CMeago (StWi 1-0) at Scattla (R.Johnson 4-2), 7A5 pm Ta»a§ (Rogan 3-1) at Oakland (B.WHt 2-1), 7OTp.m. MlnnMOta (Trorrfetoy 2-0) at CaWomla (Sandwton 4-1), 70S p.m. NBA playoffs By Th» AMOtitttd Pr»M All TlmM POT Pint Round (BMt-ef-S) Timdty, My 4 Chicago «8, Atlanta 68. Chicago wfnt Mftes 3-0 Indiana 11 6. New Yortt 93 Utah 90, SMIM 60 Phoenix 107, LA LaKtft 102 Montreal PKMMtrah St. Lout CWoago Florida Maw York San Francisco Houston SanDtego NATIONAL LEAGUE East Vfoet Division W 22 16 15 15 14 14 10 Division W 19 IB 18 13 13 L 7 14 14 15 15 18 18 L 12 12 15 16 17 P0. .759 .533 .517 .600 .483 .487 .357 Pet. .813 ' .600 .645 .448 .433 OB — evs 7 TA 8 8tt 11% OB « V* 2 5 svt Cincinnati 12 18 .400 6M Colorado 10 20 .333 BVt Sunday's Games PhHsOethla 6, St. Louis 5 Florida 6, New York 4 San Oteoo 5, Chicago 4 PMsburgh 8, Montreal S, 11 Innings Atlanta M Colorado 7 Los Angeles 8, San Francisco 4 Houston 6. Cincinnati 3 Monday's Games San Diego (Taylor 0-1) at Cincinnati (Browning 2-2), 435 p.m. Pittsburgh (Watt 3-2) at PNladefcnla (Jackson 2-1), 435 p.m. Florida (Bowan 2-3) at New York (Sabsrnagen 2-3), 4:40 p.m. Loa Angeles (Aatacto 2-2) at Chicago (Hbbard 2-2), 5:05 p.m. Atlanta (Maddux 2-3) at Houston (Portugal 3-2), 5:05 p.m. San Francisco (Wilson 0-2) at Colorado (Reynoso 1-1), 606 pm Only games scheduled Tueeday'a Games Loa Angeles (RMarunez 2-3) at Chicago (Castillo 0-1), 1220 pm Florida (Aquino 2-1) at Montreal (Hill 4-0). 435 p.m. San Diego (Whflehurst 00) at Cincinnati (Belcher 1-3), 435 pm Pittsburgh (Otto 1-2) at PNIadefchla (Rivera 1-2),435 p.m. Atlanta (Smote 3-3) at Houston (Drabek 3-3), 6:05 p.m. New York (RMnrtarl'0-0) at SL Louts (Osbome 1-1), 635 p.m. SanFrandsco(Swlri3-1)atCok)rado(Nled3-3),6fl5 p.m. Little League North Uklah W Uklah Uons McDonald's Giro's Savings Bank PV Heath LP. Valley Paving L 2 5 2 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 4 Charton* 104, Boston 103. Chartott* wtn» MriM 3-1 San Antonio 107. Portland 101 Clawtand 93, N«w Jwtay 84 LA ClftMrt 93, Houtton 90 Thumdiy, May 8 NtwYoik 109. Indiana 100, OT.NewYork wins Mriw 3-1 Statlla 93, Ulan BO Phoenix 101. LA Lakers 86 FrMty, May 7 New Jersey 98, Cleveland 79 San Antonio 100, Portland 97, OT, San Antonio wins series 3-1 Saturday, May 8 Houston 84, LA Clippers 80, Houston wins series 3-2 Seattle 100. Ulan 92, Seattle wins series 3-2 Sunday, Msy 9 Cleveland 99, New Jersey 89, Cleveland wins series 3-2 Phoenix 1 12. LA Lakers 104.0T, Phoenix wine series 3-2 Conference Semifinals (Bast-ot-7) New York 111. Charlotte 95, New York leads Senas 1-0 Mondsy, Msy 10 Houston at Seattle, 6 p.m. Tueedey, Msy 11 Cleveland at Chicago, 5 p.m. San Antonio at Phoenix, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 12 Charlotte at New York, 6 p.m. Houston at Seattle. 730 p.m. Thursday, Msy 13 Cleveland at Chicago, 5 p.m. San Antonio at Phoenix, 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 14 New York at Charlotte, S p.m. Saturday, May 15 Phoenix at San Antonio, 10 a.m. Chicago at Cleveland, 12:30 p.m. Seattle at Houston, 6 p.m. Sunday, May 16 New York at Charlotte 10 a.m. Phoenix at San Antonio, 12:30 p.m. Seattle at Houston, 6 p.m. NHL playoffs By The Associated Preaa All Timee PDT DIVISION FINALS Sunday, May 2 N.Y. Islanders 3, Pittsburgh 2 Vancouver 5, Los Angeles 2 Montreal 4. Buffalo 3 Monday, May 3 Toronto 2, St. Louis 1. 2CT Tuesday, May 4 Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Islanders 0 Montreal 4, Buffalo 3, OT Wednesday, May 5 St. Louis 2, Toronto 1, 2OT Los Angeles 6, Vancouver 3 Thursday, May 6 Pittsburgh 3. N.Y. Islanders 1 Montreal 4. Buffalo 3, OT Friday, May 7 St. Louis 4, Toronto 3 Los Angeles 7, Vancouver 4 Saturday, May 8 N.Y. Islanders 6, Pittsburgh 5, series tlad 2-2 Montreal 4, Buffalo 3, OT, Montreal wins series 4-0 Sunday, May 9 Toronto 4. St. Louis 1, series tied 2-2 Vancouver 7, Los Angeles 2, series tied 2-2 Monday, May 10 N.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, 430 p.m. Tuesday, May 11 St. Louis at Toronto, 430 p.m. Los Angeles at Vancouver, 730 p.m. Wednesday, May 12 Pittsburgh at N.Y. Islanders, 430 p.m. Thursday, May 13 Toronto at St. Louis, 430 p.m. Vancouver at Los Angeles, 730 p.m. Transactions By The Associated Preea ' BASEBALL American League NEW YORK YANKEES—Placed Steve Howe, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled Us). Recalled Andy Cook, pitcher, from Columbus of the International League. TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Placed Jack Morris, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled Hist, retroactive to May 2. Activated Al Lelter, pitcher, from the 15-day disabled list. FOOTBALL National Football.League NEW YORK JETS-Reslgned BUI Picket, defensive tackle. Signed Kelly Yancy and Bryant Broady. running backs. Placed Mick Bareala. linebacker, on the waived- MtcampllsL SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Acquired Marvyn Fernandez, wide receiver, from the Los Angeles Raiders for an undisclosed 1994 draft choice. Some Boontling runners eye Russian River Run By GLENN ERICKSON Journal Sports Editor Emeritus Rest assured that a good number of recent Boontling Classic runners will be among the scores of runners expected to participate in the 15th and final Russian River Run on Sunday, June 6. Traditionally, runners will enter as many such runs as possible. The River School Eastside Road start and finish Russian River Runs, all the way from the shortest 8K to longer half-marathon and classic marathon, will offer a run/walk for everyone. Entry blanks are available through the North Coast Opportunities, Inc. office at 413 North State Street in Ukiah, or by calling (707) 462-1950. The 5K Boontling Classic, recently held in Boonville with more than 90 runners and walkers entered, served as an appetizer for those who want to test themselves still more in June. Following are the llth Boon- tling Classic top finishers: Playoffs Continued from Page 5 in the third quarter, New York rallied with 13 consecutive points, including a 3-pointer and 18-footer by backup point guard Greg Anthony. After Tony Bennett's 3-pointer gave Charlotte an 80-78 lead, Anthony tied ft with another jumper with 20 seconds left in the third period. Then the Knicks outscored the Hornets 31-15 in the final quarter. Cavaliers 99 Nets 89 Cleveland earned its fourth playoff meeting with Chicago since 1988, eliminating New Jersey behind Brad Daugherty's 24 points and team playoff record 20 rebounds. Terrell Brandon replaced ineffective starter Mark Price midway Hershiser— Continued from Page 5 of the game, tying the game at 4-4. Wallach followed with his fourth homer of the season. The Giants took a 4-3 lead in the fourth after Hershiser struck out the first two batters. Bonds walked, and Robby Thompson followed with an RBI double to right-center field to tie it 3-3. Thompson scored to make it 4-3 when Royce Clayton hit a ball that dropped in front of left fielder Mitch Webster for a two-base error. Jody Reed hit an RBI triple and scored on Strawberry's groundout for a 2-0 Dodgers lead in the first. The Giants answered with Williams' tworout homer. Angels- llth BOONTLING CLASSIC 5K OPEN MEN 1. Jim Hannawalt, San Francisco, 17:51; 2. Gerhard Ebert, Boonville, 17:51; 3. Mike Cannon, Ukiah, 18:20. 5K OPEN WOMEN 1. Lura Damiano, Fort Bragg, 19:05; 2. Lisa Franz, Ukiah, 21:55; 3. Margaret Pedroni, Ukiah, 22:20, AGE GROUP WINNERS 13-Under Boys: Devon Spencer, Mendocino, 21:53; 13-Under Girls: Mimi Duvig-, neaud, Philo, 27:08. 14-18 Boys: Marcus McCurry, Philo, 21:00; Girls: Kristie Island, Boonville, 23:23. 19-29 Men: Gerhard Ebert, Boonville, 17:58; Women: Diane Fischer, Ukiah, 24:12. 30-39 Men: Jim Hannawalt, San Francisco, 17:51; Women: Lura Damiano, Fort Bragg, 19:15. 40-49 Men: Jame Damiano, Fort Bragg, 18:15; Women: Lory Lance, Ukiah, 24:17. 50-Over Men: Larry Prudhomme, Ukiah, 19:30; Women: Jean Davis, Boonville, 39:18. Los Angeles made it 3-2 in the third on Reed's first homer, a solo shot that hit the left-field foul screen. Webster hit a one-out double in the ninth, stole third and scored on Jose Offerman's fielder's-choice chopper to the mound. Webster also made a key defensive play in the seventh with a diving catch on Willie McGee to spoil a hit-and-run play. For the Dodgers, who have won 7 of their last 11, the 2-1 series victory was an important boost as they try to reassert themselves. "We're not doubting ourselves," Strawberry said. "We've been through some periods where we were not playing well, but we think it's time for a change." through the first quarter and brought the Cavaliers to life, scoring 10 points and helping his teammates double-team Nets star Derrick Coleman. Cleveland trailed by two when Price left and led 47-38 when he returned at the start of the second half. Cleveland's starters took over from there, led by Daugherty and Larry Nance, who had 20 points and 12 rebounds. Price, a 37 percent shooter in the first four games of the series, scored 16 second-half points. "We were never overconfident playing New Jersey," Daugherty said. "In this locker room, we knew they're capable. They were one of six teams to beat us here during the regular season. We knew they were going to be difficult." Continued from Page 5 both of his stoppers out of the bullpen as the game progressed. Julio Valera, the (earn leader with four saves, worked 2 1 /) innings until surrendering a leadoff homer in the ninth to Dave Henderson that made it 6-6. Joe Grahe (2-1) then worked two hitless innings for the win. "It will be rare when you see them both in the same game," Rodgers said. "But this was one of those times. Whoever's left, we'll use them (Monday)." At least Rodgers didn't burn his bullpen in a loss. Torey Lovullo ensured that almost singlehanded- ly, delivering three clutch hits to drive in the Angels' final three runs, each time scoring Tim Salmon. Oakland led 5-4 when Lovullo took over in the sixth, doubling in a run to tie the score. Two innings later, his single made it 6-5. After Henderson homered, Lovullo doubled with one out in the 10th to drive in the winning run and foil Oakland's strategy. After Salmon singled and took second on John Orion's sacrifice bunt, Rick Honeycutt (0-2) issued an intentional walk to Rene Gonzales to bring up Lovullo. The switch-hitter, whose earlier key hits had come against right- handers Edwin Nunez and Joe Boever, turned around to frustrate the left-handed Honeycutt with a one-hopper into the left-field stands for a ground-rule double, scoring Salmon with the winning run. "They simply did a better job with men on base than we did," said Oakland manager Tony La Russa, after the A's left 15 runners on base in the finale of a 4-6 road trip. SS REVIEW ocococccccc 302 Tedford Ave, Ukiah • 462-1373 One of the easiest steps for maintaining good health is exercise. Exercise can improve your physical well- being and appearance, and your mental state of mind as well. In fact, the more research done on the subject of exercise, the more important it is found to be to your health. Exercise improves your physical appearance by toning muscles and making L-R Kathy King, Transcriptionist; Linda McManus P.T. vour bod y more fl exible. This is especially Aide; Don Martin, R.P.T.; Jackie Martin, office manager, important to your health because it ..,—— .', • •—- strengthens the muscles in "the back, reducing the likelihood of a back injury. Exercise also increases stamina and speeds up the body's metabolism, helping it burn calories faster and more effectively. In short, exercise is a great thing when done sensibly and on a regular basis. As with any health-related step, it is important to consult your physician before beginning an axercise program. This is especially crucial if you have had any back or neck problems in the past. We at Don Martin Physical Therapy encourage all of our patients to participate in a daily exercise program either at home, or here is our fully equipped gym. 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