European Stars And Stripes, May 4, 1998, Page 26

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 4, 1998, Darmstadt, HessePagG 26 THE STORS AND STRIPES SPORTS SCOREBOARD Monday, May 4, 1998 Basketball NBA playoffs ...-..- DayHjy-day All times EOT ,. First round (Best-of-S) •'•••.•• Saturday's result . Seattle 97, Minnesota 84, Seatllo wins se- ries 3-2 Sunday's gamesNew York at Miami', 'series tied -2-2 Houston at Utah, series tied 2-2 Conference semifinals (Best-of-7) Charlotte al Chicago Monday's game Los Angeles at Seattle, 9:p,m, /Tuesday's game 'Miami or Neyv York al Indiana, TBD Wednesday's games •Clwrt "(e al Chicago, 8 p,m ' Los AnQeles-at Seattle,. 10:30 p,m, Thursday's game Mfan.i or New YorK at Indiana, TBD FrlcfflV's flflftifift Chir. • i at Charlotte, TBD 'Seai U Los Angeles, 10 30 p m Saturday, May 9 Indian j-ai Miami or:,IMew York, TBD Sunday; May 10 Chir. t j at Charlotte, TBD Awto racing California IROC FOUFANA, Calif, (AP) — Results Sat- urday -it irie second, round of the True V Chevrolet Monle Carld, 95, $3,475, 24 (29) Jeff Streeler, Brgvyley, Calif., Ford Tbundertxrd, 96, $1,950, 25.% (32) B% Kann, Tempe, Am., Chevrolet Monte Car- lo, 95, $2,925; 26 (2B) Wayne JacKs, US Vegas, Chevrolet Monle Carlo, 90, $3,400, 27, (5) Butch Gilliiand. Anaheim, Calif., Ford Taurus. 76. Clulch, $2,395; 28,- (18) Gary Smith, Canada, pqnliac Grand Pnx, 73. Engine, $2,395, 29, (7) Lance Nonok, Oklahoma Crty, Chevrolet Mortte Carlo. 62, Engine, $1,875; 30. (16) Ron Hornaday. Patmdate, Calif- Chevro- let Mont,e Carlo, 37, Fuel Pressure. $1 ,665; 31 . (21 ) Scott Gaylord, Lafeewood/ Colo,, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 36, Rqarend, $3,355; 32, (25) RiCky Logan, Alexander, Ark; Chevrolet Mpnte Carlo, 34, Accident, $1,856; 33. (34) Pappy Pry. or Priest Lake, Idaho, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 30, Engine, $3,366; 34. (30) Darfel Kranu, Sparks, Nev., Ford Thunderbird, 15, gnome, $?,355; 35 (27) floh E^au, lakeside, Calif., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 1 . Acadent, $2,855; 3G. (36) SI James Davis, West Govina, Calif., Ponliac Grand Prix, o, Camshali, ll,855. DM not qualify: (0) qoorge Nordting, John Walsh V • Day-by-day . All times EfJT First round (Best-Of-7) Saturday's results Ottawa 3; New.: Jersey :'1, Ottawa Wins -se- ries 4-2 Dallas. 3, 'San Jose'2', OT,. Dallas wins' se-ries'4i2. , Edmonton 2, Colorado 0, series tied 3-3 Sunday's games Washington at Boston, Washington leads Series 3-2 Detrod at Phoenix, Detroit leads series 3-2 Pittsburgh al. Montreal,' Mbntreal leads 'se-ries 3-2 McnvJwv *> gameEdrhontori at Coiurado, 9 p.m. Tuesday's games Montreal at Pl!tsb,urgh, 7 30 p m , if nec-'1 • 21.)..:, A—-S'ff saves).' Otta-war.Rhodes' 4-2 (22-' ":' • ••••'•••• '.;( i8,6po). : PhOeriix at Detroit, 7.30 p m , if necessary Boston at Washington, 7 30 p m.. if nec- essary Thursday's gamesStart o! second round Oilers 2, Avalanche 0 Colorado o o 0— o Edmonton t 0 f— 2 Firsl Period — 1, Edmonton, Bere- howsky 1 (Weight McAmrnond), 3 10 Third Period — 2, Edmonton, Mironov 3 (Weight, HamrliWj 10.S1 (pp) Shots gn goal — Colorado 8-8*15-— 31 Edmonton 10-10-3— ?3. Power-play opportunities— Colorado 0 ofa.Edmonlon 1 0(8 Gaalies— Colorado, Roy 3-3 (23 shots- 21 saves), Billmgton (7;07 third, 0-0), Roy, 6 '31 third, Edmonton, Joseph 3-3 (31-31). A~1 7,099(17,099), Stars 3, Sharks 2, OT Dallas 020 1—3 Sun Joae 1 1 0 '0—2 First Period— 1, San Jose, Murphy 1 (Craven, Ntcholls), 16.2)5 (pp) Second Perlod-*-t2, San Jose, Rica 1 (MacLean, Matteau), 7 51 3, Dallas, Matvichuk 1 (Skrudland), 10 69, 4, Dallas, Keane i (Modano), 16.04 (sh) Overtime— 5,' Dalteg, Keane 2 (Sydor, Adams). 3;43. Shots ori goal— Dallas 7-9-11-1—28 San Jose 7-7-5-2— 21. Power-play opportunities— Dallas 0 of 2, San Jose 1 of3, Goalies— Dallas, Belfour 4-2 (21 shots- 19 saves). San Jose/ Vernon 2-4 (28-25), A— 17,483 (17.483), Senators 3, Devils 1 Hew Jersey 010-1 QUmw 1 i 1—31 First Period— 1, Ottawa, Yashin 3 (Al- ffedsson), 8 2ft (pp), ' • • Secpnd PerKJd— 2, New Jersey, Dean 1,.5:24, 3, Ottawa, Laukkanen 2 (Gar» diner, McEachem), 10.30. Third Period— 4, Ottawa, tCravchuk 2 (Van Allen, Gardiner) lfl;io(en). 'Shots on Boal— New Jersey 5-9-8^22. Power-play opportunities—New Jersey . Oof 3; Ottawa, 10(3. Goalies'—New Jersey, Brodeur $-4 {30 M Ihor-league playoffs AHERtCAN HOCKEY LEAGUE Second round (Best-of-7) Saturday's result Philadelphia' 4, Hershey 2, Philadelphia leads 'series 3-0 INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Second round (Best-of-7) Saturday's results Detroit 3, Cincinnati 1, series tied 1-f Orlando 6, Cleveland 1 , Orlando leads se- ries 1 -0 Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2, Chicago leads 2- Kansas City 4, Long Beach 3, series lied EAST COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE Conference finals (Best-aJ-7) Saturday's result Hampton Roads 2, Wheeling 1, OT, Hampton Roads leads series 3-2 CENTRAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Finals (Best-ot.7> Saturday's result Columbus 6, Wichita 2, Columbus leads series 3-0 UNITED HOCKEY LEAGUE . Championship (Best-of<7) , Saturday's result Quad City 6, Flint 2, Quad City leads se- ries 1-Q World Championships Saturday's results (at Zunch, Switzerland) United Stales 5, Switzerland 2 , Sweden 6, France 1 (at Basel, Switzerland)Russia 6, Kazakstan4 ' Finland 6, Latvia 0 Sunday's games (at Zurich, S^Tuerland) Slovakia vs Canada Italy vs. Austria (at Basel, Switzerland) Belargs vs. Czech Republic, Germany vs Japan • Monday's games it ' (at Zunch, Switzerland) Frtnce v£ United Stales Sweden vs. Switzerland (at Basel, Switzerland) Latvia vs Russia , Finland vs.* Kazakslan U.S. 5, Switzerland 2 United States ., 2 2 1—5 Switzerland o 0 2—2 First Period- 1, Untied States, Smotmskl, 4:08 4, Chorske (Smolmski), 7i03 ,{pp). , Third period-6, Switzerland, Steiiwgger Arjr Von), 1:33 6. United States, CrgwTey prgry Cr), 7!16, 7, Swltzeriartd, Seger jSutter), 939 (pp). * , Shots on goal— United Stales 9^-4—21 Switzerland 6- 11 -16— 33 • ' Power-play opportunities — United States 3 o( 7; Switzerland 1 ot 19. Qpalies-r- United $lates. Snow {33 6hots.?1 saves); Sw(tzer)an4 favoni (SH- 71 -71 -64—206 Houston Open '.THE WOODLANDS,' Texas. . • Scores Saturday after .the third round pi the $2 million Sheii Houston/Open, played on jhe'.7;01B-.yard, par-Z2 .(36-36) TPG.at The 'Woodlands; ' ' Jeff 'Ma'ggert: Dan Foreman Lee Janzen Fred; Coaples' Franklin Langham Mike' Hulbert; Stephen Ames Hal: Siittori Dave Stockton Dudley Hart Jerry Kelly Riek Fehr David Duval Torri Kite :Ddn"nie- Hammond. Joe Durant John Huston •Pete 'Jordan' Grant Waite Kellyi Gibson Jirri ' Gallagher Cilin Browne 'Peter- O'Malley 69^69-71—209 72-68-70—210 ; 66- 74-7.1 —211 67-7371—211 72-68-71—211 70-73-69—212 -74-71.67—212 70-72-70-^212 71-71-70—21^ 71-70-74—212 69-70-73—212 69-75-69—213 68-76-69—213 70-72-71—213 71-69:73—213 73-71-70—214 :.73-72-69—214 72-71-71—21.4 74-72-68—214 69-77-68—21'4 70-70-74—214 Bruno's seniors BIRMINGHAM, Ala (AP) ~ Scores Saturday after the second round of the PGA Senior Tours S1 15 million Bruno's Memorial Classic on the 6,992-yard, par- 72 (36-36) Greystone Country Club .course; Terry Dill 63-72- 135 Gil Morgan 70-66—136 Frank Conner 68-69— 137 John Bland 66-71—137 Football NFL Europe League Atl times localW 5 L02 22 44 T pet. *>F PA0 1 000 1 1 1 53 0 .600 115 850 .600 94 86 0 600200 71 7975 125 41 79 Tlrw at ntct', 1 hour ^6 minuies 34 second!,. Margin of victory: 1,314 Cfkution llMji:: Fgur (or 13 (4-6. 11-12. 65-68, 74-77)T Lap Iffadefn: Ken Scfuader 1, Kevin Harvffik 2-6. Sctiradef 7, 'Mawjck 8-9, Spader 10-12. Harvick 13^5, Schrader 16-21, H^rvick 22-24, Schradar ?5-45.' Mike Oil|ort4{t-54, Haryick 55-73, Schrad- er 74-100, Eleven lead change; among three'drivers,NASCAR VVlntlon We*t Horse racing Kentucky Derby chart The Kentucky Per|t»y Grade \ 124th run. ning, eiHWh race, at ChurchiD Downs, Louisville, Ky.,Saturday; 11A-mites. Purse $1.000,000, open tp 3-ywr-olds; Slakes Value of race $1,000,900; value to winner $70W>Qr>; Second $176,000: Third $85,000! Fourth $45,000. Exacla Pool $1,17^,010, TrUecta PgolJI,077,462 Sg- perfecta Pool $1,644,607 How tn«y finished Jockey RhemAmsjerdam 3 Frankfurt 3 Barcelona 2 England 1 Scotland o 4 'o b"66 Saturday's scoresAmsterdam 25, England 24 Rhem 31, Frankfurt 14 Sunday1* game. Barcelona at Scotland Saturday, May 9 Scotland at Rhem, 7 p,m. Sunday, May 10 Amsterdam at England,,5 p m Frankfurt at Barcelona, 7 or 7 30 p.m. Fire 31, Galaxy 14 Rh^in ' a 7 14 7—31 Frankfurt . o o 0 1^-14 first Quarter Rfiein—FG Burgsrfiuller 28* 6:06, S«c0mt Quarter Rpein—Robinson 58 pass from Quinn (BurgsmLjIler kick), 1:45. Third Quarter 1 run (Burgsmuller kick);, 1 fiiri (Byrgsmuller kick), Fourth Quarter Frk—.Bailey,7 pass from Huard (Klein- jnann kick}; 9:30. 3 run (Burgamullei kick), 14. Rock and Roll t?. p^stc Tramfee^fTimer 2-02 1-5 MeCarronTorre? Velaajuez^ ' . Frk-*-aa>)ey 22 pass from Dittoemann krck), Xi2. A— 41,123, 1, Real Quiet 3, Victory Qallop 3, Indian Charlie 4 Halory. Hunter 1. Kevin HanTiqk 669; 2 Bean Wood- side 616, 3, Tony Toste 5§5; 4. Cfaig Raudman 553; 5 Gary Smith 540,. 6 Ktevin Richard? 491 , 7 Kelly Tannner 472, 6 Sulch Qillilsnd 471; 9. Jeff pavts 462, 10 Bill MGAnally 462, i 6. Parade 7. Hanuman B. Favorite Tfl 9. Nationalore tO Old Trieste ll.ChrjRO >way . Solis Steven? Nakptam Bailey Sellers FlowsPay fioulaoge Viptory Gallop 13,00 7.60 7 «) Jndian Charlie 4.20 Off 5.29 fMUt £PT. Start Qgod, Track. Fast, Cloudy, f-mujuel field. $2,ix8cia 2-1E paid $291 ,80 32 Trtfeisla a-12^7 paid $1,221.00 $1 Superfeciar 2- 12-7-3 paid 43.Q07.4o ^Pft^Three (5. 15^2); 3 correct paid $1 .Pick Six jS^IO-ia^a) 6 correct pai^*S»383,00; 8 correct patd $16.60 W ^Oaks-Ctertw Pally Dou^e (4^) paid Winner— 8 C, 3. by Really Blue-QuietAmerican; Trainer-Bob Battert Scratched None: OveweigNs None First downs Rushes-yardsPassing Pynt Returns Kiekoff Returns Inieteeptipnis Ret Backed- Yards LostPunts Fumbles-Losl Penalties Yards •Time of Possession 15 34-105 2Q3 2- 6 3-531 1-309-16-0' 0-00 4-40-9 0-0 2-20 281? Frk' ai ?1-78246 0-60 6-1030-00 28-44-1 4-26 5-532 0<0 1-5 3148 FrankfgrJ, HMard'22-34-1-166, Dittpe t AT&T Challenge pb rn. Ga ^APl — Results Saturday from the 3tt , AT&T Challenge, U S Supreme May 4: 1998 Court Ja-i;) |. Id ^ Eli Ale* i lanta trie | TKn QUSI.J' ), Australia, def Andrei uinia, 6-?, 6-4 Pete Sampras (1), Alex Calatrava. Sp'$. Lap '1 Q^lo Blanco, Spdin 646-4 to Sunday's Singles championship 4ef Agasw, §-7 (4-71 7 6 (8-6) 6 3 Wi $*#?&&&? TOOW ^OMIE SORT Of OF. o PO VGU JUST WAI^JT TO Hu'gh Baiocchl•••• George - Archer - •Graham Marsh Bruce Surnrnerhays • Jim Colbert . • • :Mike." Hill. . ' Hubert Green Jimmy Powell .Dale Douglass- Hale Irwin David Lundstrom .J.C.Snead Bob- Dickson Dave: '• fichelberger Harold Hennlng Bob Charles 67-70—137 70-68—138 69-69.—1-38 68-70—136 72-67—139. 71-68—139 70-69r-130 70-69—139 70-69—139 69-70—139 69-70—139 72-66—140 71-69—140 69-71—140 A'nnika Sorenslaiti:' Lorie; .Kan8-68—^205 .67-69-69^205 71-68,67—20670-68-66-^206 67-69-71—20768-71-69—20? 67-72-69—206 66-71-71—20a 66-68-73—20965-70^74—209 71-70-69—210' 71-69-70—210 67-72-71—210 70-73-68—211 71-70-70—211 71-69-71'—211 70-68-73—211 69-68-74—211 10-0-86 ' RECEIVING—Rhem, Rbbmson 3-98, Clark 2-37, Bishop 2-25, Clay 1-39, Vaughn 1 -4 FranXfurt, Bailey 7-70, Mar- row 5-67, Galloway 4-57, Rutherford 4-14, Hippler 3-28, Branch 3-16 Chaney 2-20 MISSED FIELD GOALS-<-Frankfurt. Klemmartn 47 (Blocked), 36 (WL>. Admirals 25, Monarchs 24 England 3 14 0 7—24 Amsterdam 0 10 0 15—25 First Quarter Eng—FG. Hart 30, 8.45 , ' Second Quarter Eng—Malone 13 pass from LaRocca (Hart kickK 13-57. Ams—Douglass 10 pass from Warner (Diliberto kick), 10 52. Eng—Jones 74 pass from LaRocca (Hartkick), 914 ' AmS—FG Diliberto 27, 2:34, Fourth Quarter Arns—FG Diliberto 23, 9:39, Eng—Edwards 57 run (Hart kick), 8:50- Ams—Daniels 23 pass from Warner (pass failed), 5 23.Ams—Shelley 23 pa^s from Warner (pass failed), a 40. A—10,112.' Firsl downs Rushes-yardsPassing- •.Punt Returns - Kiekoff Returns Interceptions Re(. Comp-AtHnt Sacked-Yards Losl Punts Fumbles-Lost Time of Possession 22-117 6-78• g-0' 12>37-02*1* 5-40 0£-i) 8-55 25;48 Am* 26 30-U1 247 3^25 6-118 p-0 1-5 2-06-5P 34-.12 ... —.— 20*136, PawkinsW 2f"gr 3-™u*8). d, fgrner .. ™, B, Mwuwicl-3i,._ WWKIrM*w> 1*4. ^niQwHtftnt, Shelley 9-73, Doun|ass $-64, KlSJ §-#>, ;

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