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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 14, 1997, Darmstadt, HesseMonday, April 14, 1997 SPORTS SCOREBOARD THE'STARS AND STRIPES Page 27 hockey National Hockey League Leafs 4, Flames 1 :..-'. (All times Eastern) EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division . W L -T Pts GF GA z-New Jersey 45 22 14 104 227 177x-Philadelph!a 44 24 13 101 269 213 x-Ftorida 35 28 19 89 221 201x-N.Y, Rangers ,38 34 10 86 258 231 Tampa Bay 32 39 10 74 216 245Washington .' 32 40-9 73 206 228 N.Y. Islanders 2941 12 70240250 Northeast 01 vision y-Buffalo .". 40 29 12 92 234 200x-Pittsburgh 38 35 8 84 282 273 x-Ottawa 31 36 15 77 226 234 X-Montreal.... ,..3r38 15 77 249 276 Hartford » 31 39 11 73 224 255 Boston..., 25 47 9' '59 227 297 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division •' y-Dallas 48 25 8 104 250 193i-Detroit , 38 25 18 94 252 194 x-Phoenlx., '. 38 37 7 , 83 240 243x-St Louis 35 35 11 r 81 233 238 x-Chlcago...; 3 35 13 79 218 208 Toronto ...30 44 8 68 230 273Pacific Division z-Cotarado < 49 23 9 107 275 201.x-Anaheim..: , 36 33-13,- 85 245 233 , x-Edmonton 36 37 9,81 252 247Vancouver.... 5 40 7 77 257 273 Calgary 32 41 9 73 214 239Los Angeles „ 27 43 11 65 210 266 San Jose.., 27 47. 8 62 211 278 z-clinched conference title /•clinched division title x-clinched playoff berth •-Saturday's results Ottawa 1, Buffalo 0 Philadelphia 3, Montreal 3, tie " Washington 6, N.Y. Islanders 2.. Toronto 4, Calgary 1 Los Angeles 4, San Jose 1 Vancouver 5, Edmonton 4Sunday's gimei ' , Pittsburgh at Boston, 1!30 p.nv.. Tampa Bay at Hartford, 1:30 p.m, St. Louis at Detroit, 3 p.m. • Chicago at Dallas, 3 p.m.. Washington at Buffalo, 7 p.m. New Jersey at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. ' Los Angeles at Colorado, 9 p.m. End of regular season Senators 1, Sabres 0 ' Buffalo 0 0 0-0Ottawa , , .' 0 0 1-1 Third period-1, Ottawa. Duchesne (Yashin. McEachern), 15:59. Shots on goal—Buffalo 6-8-3—17. Ottawa 9-7- 18-34.Power-play opportunities—Buffalo 0 of 1; Otta-" wa 0 ot 6.' Goalies-Buffalo, Hasek 37-20-10 (34 shots-33 saves). Ottawa, Tugnutt 17-15-1 (17-17). A-18,500 (18,500).' Capitals 6, Islanders 2 New York Islanders P , 0 0 2-2Washington .' .- 0 4 2-6 Second period-1. Washington, Miller 10 (Jo- hansson). 8:24, 2. Washington, Johansson 6 (Ea-gles), 8:45. 3, Washington, Hunter 14 (Reekie, Miller), 16:58. 4, Washington, Berube 4 (Cole, Ni- kolishin), 18:56. Third period-5, New "York,. Smolinski 28 (Houda, Relchel), 4:08 (pp). 6, Washington, Bond-• ra 45 (Konowalchuk, Cote), 9:Q2. 7, Washington, Kaminskl 1,13:01^ 8, New York, Hughes 7 (Plante; Houda), 19:07, Shots on goal-New York 5:5-12-22. Washing—, ton.13-15-10-38. Power-play opportunities—New York 1 of 3; Washington Oof 3, -Goalies-New York, Fichaud 9-14-4 (38 shots- 32 saves). Washington, Ranford 20-23-10 (22-20). A-t7,407 (18,130). Kings 4, Sharks 1 San Jose 1 0 0-1Los Angeles ,...., 2 1 1—4 First period-1, Los Angeles, Khristich 19 (Mur-.ray), :28. 2, San Jose, Peltonen 2 (Krupa), 1:07, 3, Los Angeles, Boucher 6 (Ferraro, Murray), 17:34 ' (PP).Second period—4, Los Angeles, Boucher 7 (Ferraro, Khristich). 4:23. Third period-5, Los Angeles, Nurminen 16(Tsyplakov), 15:54. Shots on goal—San Jose 6-11-10-27. Los An- geles>9-6-20-r35,Power-play opportunities—San Jose 0 of 4; Los -.Angeles 1 of 3,Goalies—San Jose, Hrudey 16-24-5 (35 shots- 31 saves). Los Angeles, Slorr.1-1-1 (27-26). - A-15,764 (16.005), Flyers 3, Canadians 3 Philadelphia 0 2 1 0-3Montreal 1 1 1 0-3 First period-1, Montreal, Koivu 17 (Recchi,Corson), 9:10. Second period—2, Philadelphia, Brind'Amour26 (Therien, Falloon), 5:44. 3. Montreal. Steven- son 8 (Savage, Thornton), 7:08. 4, Philadelphia, Watt 23 (Desjardins, Prospal). 13:15 (pp). Third period-5, Philadelphia, Prospal 5 (Lfl-Clajr), 1:42. 6, Montreal, Damphousse 27 (Quin- tal), 6:04. Shots on goal-Philadelphia 12-B-8-5-33. Montreal 13-15-12-3-43.Power-play opportunities—Philadelphia 1 of_2: Montreal Oof 4. Goalies-Philadelphia, Snow 13-8-8 (43 shots-40 saves). Montreal. Thibault 22-24-11~(33-3Q): A-21,273(21,273). Calgary 1 0 0-1 Toronto ,....' , 1 1 2—4 First period—1, Toronto; Sundln 41 (Berezln, Potvin), 7:24. 2, Calgary, Bouchard. 4 (McCarthy)^ -9:16. Second periodrrS, Toronto, Yushkevlch 4,3:43; Third period—4, Toronto, Berezln 25 (Suhdin,J.Smith), 7:43.,5, Toronto, .Clark 30 (Macpun, War- riner), 19:05 (en). Shots on goal—Calgary 13-10-16—39, Toronto7-8-5-20. Power-play opportunities—Calgary 0 of 0; Tc-.rorrto O.Of 0. .Goalies'—Calgary. Rotoson 9-14-3:(2Q shots-16saves), Toronto. Potvin 27-36-7 (39-38). A-15,726 (15,726). Canucks 5, Oilers 4 Edmonton „ 1 T 2—4 Vancouver ...2 3 0—5 First period—1, Edmonton, Smyth 39 (Buch-berger), :40, 2, Vancouver Brashear 7 (Silllnger, Noonan), 8:19. 3, Vancouver, Brashear 8 (StaTos, Walker). 17:39.. .Second period—4, Vancouver, Gelinas 35(Lumme, Bohonos), 1:41 (pp); 5, Vancouver, Nas- lund 20 (Ridley. Staios); 12:31,6, Vancouver, Nas-lund 21 (Roberts, Staios), 15:43. 7, Edmonton, In- tranuovol (Kllma, Bannister); 18:55. Third period—8, Edmonton, Amott 19 (Weight),5:50 (pp). 9, Edmonton, Weight 21 (McGiIlis), 19:45. Shots.on goal—Edmonton 11-20-14=45r Van- couver 8-9-8—25. • Power-play opportunities-Edmonton 1 of 6;Vancouver 1 of 2, Goalies—Edmonton, Joseph (16 shots-12saves), Essensa 4-8-0 (12:31 second; 9*8).'Van- couver, McLean 21-1.8-3 (45-41). A-18.422 (18.422). Minor leagues INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Saturday's results Cincinnati 3, Fort Wayne 1 ; Cleveland 5, Grand Rapids 3 Houston 3, San Antonio 1 Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 3 Long Beach 4, Utah 2 • Chicago 3, Manitoba 0 Michigan 6, Orlando 2 — Quebec 5, Indianapolis 1 _ AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE . Saturday's results .Rochester 2, Adirondack 2, tie Springfield 3, Binghamton 1 Saint John 2, Fredericton 2, tie Kentucky 2, Hershey 1, OT Baltimore 6, Philadelphia 5, OT , Portland 5; Providence 4 Syracuse 2, Albany 1 EAST COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE Second-round playoffs (Best-of-5) Saturday's results South Carolina 6, Hampton 5, OT, South Carolina - leads series 2-0 .•Richmond 6, Perisacola 3. series tied 1-1 CENTRAL HOCKEY; LEAGUE Division finals (Best-of-7) -, Friday's result ~ ' Memphis 4, Huntsville 2 - - Saturday's' result.. _ Memphis 4, Huntsville 3, Memphis wins series 4-2 Championship (Best-of-7)Saturday, April 19 Memphis at Fort Worth, 8:35 p.m.COLONIAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Division finals (Best-of-7) East Division. Saturday's result " - Flint 6. Brantford 4, Pint leads series 1-0 Sunday's game Flint at Brantford • ~ .West Division Saturday'sresult Thunder Bay 5, Quad City 3, Thunder Bay teads series 1*0 - 'Sunday's game Thunder Bay at Quad City ~WEST COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE Finals (Best-of-7) Sunday's game Anchorage at San Diego. San Diego leads series 1-0 soccer Major League Soccer (AH times Eastern) -- Eastern Conference W L SOWPtsGFGA Tampa Bay 300982 D.C... '3'0 1773 New England.. 1 • 2 0 3 2 7 NY-NJ 130355Columbus 1" 1 1 1 1 3 Western ConferenceKansas City 211466 San Jose 221475 Colorado 120 3 5.6Dallas I-' 1 0 3 2 2 Los Angeles.^.., 030037 NOTE: Three points for victory, one point forShootout win and zero, points for loss;' ' , Saturday's result*Tampa Bay 2, Kansas Crty 1 New York-New Jersey 3, New England 1 Washington D.C. 5, Colorado 2 San Jose 4, Los Angeles 1 Sunday's gam* Dallas at Columbus ' » Friday's games Dallas at Kansas City, 8:30 p.m. • Colorado at Los Angeles,. 10:30 p.m. Saturday, April 19 Washington D.C. at New York-New Jersey, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Columbus, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 20 , Colorado at Dallas, 3 p.m. ;" Tampa Bay at New England, 5;15 pjrt. Mutiny 2, Wizards 1 Kansas City 0 1—1Tampa Bay v 1 1 —2 - First half-1, Tampa Bay, yalderrama (penaltykick), 36tf) minute. f Second half—2, Kansas City, Preki (Takawira,Okafor), 60th. 3, Tampa Bay, Ralston (Valderrama, da Sitva), 81st. Goalies—Kansas City, Ammann.-' Tampa Bay, Dougherty. A-9,512. ¥ Metrostars 3, Revolution 1 New England 1 0-1 •New York-New Jersey..,. 1 2—3 First half—1. New England, George (Kerr. Nac-veda), 16th minute. 2, New York-New Jersey, Sav- arese (Donadoni), 17th. ' •" , Second half—3. New York-New Jersey, Sava- ' rose (De Avila), 55th. 4, New York-New Jersey,Wood (De Aquila, Joseph), 82nd. Goalies-New England, Zenga; New York-New Jersey, Meola. A-20,328. United 5, Rapids 2 • Washington D.C : ,2 3--5 ' Colorado , -., 2 0-2 First half-1, Washington, Diaz Arce (Harkes,~" Sanneh). 9th minute. 2, Washington, Diaz Arce (Etcheverry, Harkes), 26th. 3, Colorado, Hender-son (Bartlett, Paz), 29th. 4, Colorado. Vermes (Bartlett), 38th. Second half-5, Washington, Diaz Arce (penaltykick), 64th. 6, Washington. Moreno, 76th. 7, Wash- ington, Diaz Arce (Etcheverry, Agoos), 86th, _ Goalies—D.C., Garlick; Colorado, Grafer. A-4,434. bowling PBA Bud Light LAKE GROVE, N.Y. (AP) — .Final-round results Saturday of the PBA Bud Light Championship withgames played, total pinfalls and money winnings: 1. Wayne Webb. Las Vegas, 1 game, 181.$37 000 2, Amleto MonaceHi, Venezuela, 2 games, 417'. $19,000. 3. Pete Weber, St Ann, Mo.. 3games 651, $14.000.4. Brian Himmter. Cincinnati. 1 game, 193, $10,000. 5, Dave D'Entremontdteoug Heights, Oho. 1 game, 208. $8,000. Playoff results. Weber defeated D'Entremom, 217-208, 'Weber defeated Himmter, 221-193 MonaceK defeated Weber. 244:213.; Championship Webb defeated Monacelfi, 181-173. football World League (All times local) W L Pet. PF PABarcelona.., 1 0 1.000 27 12 Scotland 1 0 1.000 16 3Frankfurt 0 0 .000 0 0 London 0 .000 0 0Amsterdam ,...:.... 0 1 .000 3 18 Rhein 0 1 .000 12 27Saturday's scores Barcelona 27, Rholn 12 Scotland 16, Amsterdam 3. Sunday's game Frankfurt at London Saturday, April 19 Amsterdam at Frankfurt, 7 p.m,Sunday, April 20 Barcelona at Scotland, 3 p.m,: London at Rhein, 4 p.m. ' Claymores 16, Admirals 3 Scotland , 0 6 0 10-16Amsterdam : .'....0 003—3 Second quarter <• Scot-Kaalohelo 1 run (kick failed), 14:10. Fourth quarter Scot—FG Gronroos 22, :10. , ' Amst-FG Quass 32,4:25, Scot—Dickerson 26 run (Gronroos kick), 11:52. A-16,185. . Scot Amst First downs ' 19 8• Rushes-yards 32-135 20-49 Passing " 199 75-Punt returns „ 3-28 1-0 Wckoff returns 2-62 4-74Interceptions ret. 0-00 0-00 Comp-att-lnt ' , 23^31-0 12-22-0Sacked-yards lost 6-45 1-7 Punts * 4-30.3 7-38.4Fumbles-lost , 3-1 1-1 Penalties-yards 6-32 8-50Time of possession 34:03 26:57 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - Scotland, Dickerson 18-92, Barr 10- 39, Kaaiohelo 3-3, Papin 1-1. Amsterdam; Sacca4-23, Dawkins,.11-15. Moss 3-2, Temming \1-6, Davis 1-3.PASSING-Seotland, Barr 23-31-0-206. Amster- dam, Sacca 12-22-0-120. RECEIVING—Scotland; Murphy 5-70, Dickerson 5-45, Brady 4-39, Kaaiohelo 4-22, Smith 2-27, '.Couper 2-8, Papin 1-(minus 6). Amsterdam, Davis-4-33, Tellison 2-39, Rachal 2-13, Moss 1-19, Chan- dler,1-9, Smith 1-5, Dickerson 1-2. •MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. - - auto racing Clash 4, Galaxy 1 Los Angeles.,San Jose....... , 1 0-11 3-4 First halt—i; San Jose. Wnnear^fWynalda). 9th minute. 2, Los Angeles, Cienfuegos, 38th. Second half—3, San Jose. Doyle (Wynalda).61 Ih. 4, San Jose, Cerntos (Lewis), 70th. 5, San Jose, Urbanyi (Lewis). 89th. Goalies—Los Angeles. Kramer; San Jose,: Salz- wedal. A-17,628. NPSL playoffs ~ Conference semifinals (best-of-3)(Ail times Eastern) ' Saturday's results. American Conference- Harrisburg 13, Cincinnati. 12, Harrisburg win series, 2-0 • National ConferenceSt. Louis 19, Edmonton 18, St Louis leads series 1-0 - , - -Sunday's games St. Louis at EdmontonKansas City At Buffalo, Kansas City leads series 1-0 A-League Saturday's results Raleigh 2, Carolina 1 Jacksonville 3. Toronto 1 Vancouver 1, Seattle 0 Friday, Apr. 18 Long Island at Orlando Milwaukee at Nashville .El Paso at California - Seattle at Vancouver Dragons 27, Fire 12 Barcelona ».7 14 6 0—27Rhein .'., , 3 3 3 3^12 First quarter Rhein—FG Burgsmuller 28,9;28.Bar-Wilson 17 passjrom Kitria (Angoy kick), ' 12:20, Second quarter. Bar—Hicks 16 run (Arigoy kick), 5:05. Bar—Browning 16 pass from Kitna (Angoy kick), 10:47, Rheiri—FG Larsen 38,15:00.Third quarter Rhein—FG Burgsmuller 23, 7:50. Bar-Wilson 40 pass from Kitna (PAT failed), 11:52. Fourth quarter Rheiri—FG Burgsmuller 26,1:07. A-i7,150. . Bar Rhein First downs _ 20 21Rushes-yards " 24-135 31-174 Passing ' 229 ' 184 PUnt returns , - - 2-8 - 3-26Kickofl returns ----- _ 4-26 5-108 Interceptions ret. 1-23 0-0Comp-Att-Int 18-26-0 19-43-1 Sacked-yards lost 3-14 0-0Punts- - - - '- -4-41.0 3-40.3 Fumbles-lost 2-1 0-0Penalties-yards 5-27 ' 3-25 Time of Possession - 26:26 33:34 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHlNG-Barceloha, Hicks 9-48, Wilbum 9-44, Krtna 6-43. Rhein, Rubley 7-84, Carter 8-44, Clark 7-39, Powers 9-7. - PASSING-Barcefona. Kitna 18-26^0-243^Rhein, .Rubley 19-43-1-184 RECEIVING-Barcelona; Wilson 6-107, _ Browning 4-49. Burnett 4-31, Davis 2-49, M.Martos.1-7, Hicks 1-0. Rhein, Schroedor 7-86. Bailey 4-22, Foster 3-39, Powers 2-27, Dritlein 2-11, Carter 1- (minus 1).MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. 1997 NFL Draft order NEW YORK (AP) -;• Order.for the.1997.NFU draft- scheduled Saturday-and Sunday."' 1. New York Jets 16. Tampa Bay (from SanDiego) 2. Oakland (from NewOrleans) ". 17. Washington; 3. Seattle (from Atlanta) 18. Kansas City 4. Baltimore '-.' , 19. Indianapolis 5. Detroit , . 20, Minnesota 6. SL Louis . 21. Jacksonville 7. New York Giants ' 22. Philadelphia - - 8. Tampa Bay 23. Buffalo 9. Arizona 24. Pittsburgh 10. New Orleans (fromOakland) 25. Dallas .11. Atlanta (from Chicago - - — through Seattle) 26. San Francisco 12. Seattle . 27. Carolina - 13. Houston 28. Denver ^ 14, Cincinnati . _. ' • 29. .New England; 15. Miami 30. Green Bay NASCAR Snacks 250 BRISTOL, Terin. (AP) -^ Results Saturday of the Moore's Snacks 250 NASCAR Busch Grand Nation-al race at Bristol Motor Speedway, with starting posi- tion in parentheses, .driver, hometown, make of car,laps completed; reasorvout If any, money won and winner's average speed in rrtph:1. (3) Jeff Burton, South' Boston, Va., Ford. 250. $30.735. 74.743 mph; 2. (2) Mike McLaughlin, Wa-tertoo, N.Y,, Phevrotet 250. $25,010; 3. (8) Randy LaJoie, Norwalk, Conn., Chevrolet; 250, $16,860; 4. (32) Mtehael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 250.$7.385; 5. (4) Dick Trickle,. Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Chevrolet 250. $7.360; 6. (15) Steve Park, North-port, N.Y., Chevrolet. 250, $8>,885; 7. (24). Tim Fed* wa. Holt Mteh., Chevrolet 250, $7,535; 8. (21) PhilParsons, Detroit Chevrolet 250. $8,935; 9. (19) Jason Keller, Greenville, • S.C... Chevrolet 250,$9,090; 10. (35) Buckshot Jones, Tucker. Ga.. Pon- ttac, 250, $10.090; 11. (13) Larry Pearson, Spartan-burg. S.C., Ford. 250. $4.5*; 12. (5) Jeff Gnw., Owensboro. Ky.. Chevrolet, 250, $8,795; 13. (9) Ste- vie Reeves, Speedway. Ind., Ford, 249, $6.490; 14.(28) Elliott Sadler, Empbrla, Va., Chevrolet, 249, $6,455; 15. (34) Johnny Chapman. Stony Point•N.C., Ford, 248. $6,340; 16. (11) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Pontiac. 248, $4,395; 17. (7) Mike Waflace, St. Louis. Chevrolet 248, $4,375; 18. (20)Glenn AlterV Cincinnati, Chevrolet 247, $5,850, 19. (18) rim Steefe, CoopersviHe, Mich., Chevrolet, 247.$8,035; 20. (33) Rodney Combs, Lost Creek; W.Va., Chevrolet 246, $4,690; 21. (1) Hermto Sadler, Ertv ".»• poria. Va, Chevrolet 245, fire, $7,515; 22. (22) Brad 'Teague, Johnson Cfty rTenn., Ford. 243, $4,205; 23.(30) Dennis Setter, Newton, N.C.. Chevrolet 240, $5,680; 24. (6) Shane Hafl, Fountain Inn, S.C.,Chevrolet 237, $5,655; 25. (27) Nathan Buttke, High Point N.C., Chevrolet 229. $4,345; 26. (42) JeffKrogh. Kamiah, Idaho, Chevrolet, 228. $4,115; 27. (16) Rick Wilson, Bartow, Fla., Chevrolet. 227, en-gine, $4,105; 28. (12) Kevin Lepage, Shelbume. Vt.. Chevrolet 225, $7,830; 29. (25) Jeff Fuller. Auburn,Mass., Chevrolet 223, wreck, $7,805; 30, (26) Todd Bodine, Chemung. N.Y., Pontiac, 223, wreck,'$5,160; 31. (10) Mike Dillon, Lexington. N.C., Chev- rolet, 217, $7,085; 32. (31) Elton Sawyer, Chesa-peake, Va.. Ford, 205, $4,235; 33. (37) Greg Sacks, Mattituck, N.Y.. Chevrolet, 204, wreck. $3,135; 34.(36) Mark Krogh, Kamiah, Idaho, .Chevrolet, 199, $3,095;- 35. (38) Tracy Lestfe. Mount Clernens,Mich., Pontiac,: 163, wreck, $4,075; 38. (29) Joe Bessey, Scarborough,- Maine, Chevrolet 141,wreck, $4,055;.37. (41) Jeff-McQure. Charlotte, N.C., Ford. 105. wreck. $3,035; 38. (17) Mark Mar-tin, Batesville, Ark., Ford, 103, wreck, $3,000; 39. (23) Ron Barfield, Florence. S.C!, Ford, 102, wreck,$4,000; 40. (14) Mark Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 49, wreck, $4,000; 41,-(40) Robbie R'eis--er. Altentown, Wis., Chevrolet, 24, engine, $3,000; ^ 42. (39) Curtis Markham, Fredericksburg. Va., Ford, 14, wreck, $3,000. Race statistics Time of race: 1 hour, 46 minutes, 58 seconds;Margin of victory: under caution; Cautton flags: 9 for 67 laps; Lead changes; 6 among 5 drivers,, -.Lap leaders: KSadter pole-14; Burton 15-105; McLaughlin 106-187; Pearson 188-201; Burton 202-211; LaJoie 212; Burton 213-250. Series points leaders: LaJoie 1.331; Bodine1,299; Parsons 1,295; J.Green 1,209; Trickle 1,197; Jones 1,132; Sawyer 1,071; Fedewa 1,049; Mc- Laughlin 1,014; E.Sadler 1,011. V transactions Friday OP MOT AW COMMl£-&tONER TWE OUT OP ME/TOO. WA& WAY OUT Cf COLUMN TOMORROW. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association INDIANA PACERS-Activated F Daryin Ham from the injured listLOS ANGEUES CUPPERS-Signod C Rich Man- ning for the remainder of the season., FOOTBALL National Football League- ATLANTA FALCONS-Signed WR Todd Kinchen and CB Ronnie Bradford to two-year cphtracts,CHICAGO BEARS—Agreed to terms with CB Ty- _ rone Hughes on a three-year contract Signed OT~.Andy Heck to a three-year contract extension, MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed OB Randall Cun- ningham to a one-year contract.- SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Signed FB Carwell Gardner to a two-year contract.TAMPA ,.BAY BUCCANEERS-Named Ricky Thomas offensive assistant coach.~~ • Aren« Football League ANAHEIM PIRANHAS-Activated WR-OB Estrus Crayton from the exempt fist ^FLORIDA BOBCATS—Placed.FB-LB Joe1-JOhn- "son on recallable waivers.MILWAUKEE MUSTANGS-^Activated FB;LB Lin, coin Cbleman from the exempt Kst. Waived OL-DUAkili Calhoun. WR-DB Chris Ford, OB Michael JoKrv. son and WR-DB Enon Rhoades.NEW YORK CITYHAWKS-Waived WR :DB Ken-'noth Colon.. Placed OL-Dt Frank Boudreax-on .in- jured reserve. FIELD HOCKEY us, FIELD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION-Named Pam Hixon coach of the national team. HOCKEY Notional Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS-Recalled LW Jeff Dan- iete from Springfield of the AHLMONTREAL CANADIENS-Assigned D Brad Brown to Fredericton o( the AHL. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS-Loaned 7 G Brian Boucher to Philadelphia of the AHL.VANCOUVER CANUCKS-Loaned D Brent Sopei to Syracuse 'of the AHL.American Hockffy League BALTIMORE BANOrrS-Signed LW Mike Po- rnicriter. .-HAMILTON BULLDOGS-Signed LW Steve Gib- son. HERSHEY BEARS—Signed RW Trevor Converse and RW Chris George. Recalled C Jamie LJng from Mobile of the ECHL ST. JOHN'S MAPLE LEAFS-Loaned C Brendan • Yarema to South Carolina ot the ECHL COLLEGE CAL -POLYrSAN LLHS OBISPO-Named Larry Welsh football coach. DELAWARE STATE—Named James Dubose men's basketball coach.EASTERN KENTUCKYr-Named Scott Perry '. men's basketball coach. •.'. •-'-_HAMPTON U.r-Named Patricia Bibbs women's basketball coach. '.'•'.MISSOURI-ROLLA—Named Jerry Lasko assistant tootbaH coach. .RUTGERS-Named Chuck Warner men's and •• women's swimming and diving coach.WRIGHT STATE-Named Witt Rey men's assist- ant basketball coach. Saturday BASEBALL - National League CINCINNATI REDS-RecaUed SS Pokey Reesefrom Indianapolis ot the American Association. Op- boned OF oizie Timmons to Indianapolis. NEW YORK METS-Recalled OF Matt Francofrom Norfolk of the Intematona) League. ST. tOUIS CARDINALS-Ptacea 2B Boteno Mevaonthe 15-day disabled 1^. Recalled INF SteveScareone trom Louisville of the American Associa- tion. Transferred RHP Bnan Barber from the 15- to the 60-day disabled list. ;

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