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   European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 4, 1998, Darmstadt, Hesse                                PagG 26 THE STORS AND STRIPES SPORTS SCOREBOARD Monday, May 4, 1998BasketballNBA playoffs...-..- DayHjy-dayAll times EOT,. First round (Best-of-S)•'•••.•• Saturday's result .Seattle 97, Minnesota 84, Seatllo wins se-ries 3-2Sunday's gamesNew York at Miami', 'series tied -2-2Houston at Utah, series tied 2-2Conference semifinals (Best-of-7)Charlotte al ChicagoMonday's gameLos Angeles at Seattle, 9:p,m,/Tuesday's game'Miami or Neyv York al Indiana, TBDWednesday's games •Clwrt "(e al Chicago, 8 p,m 'Los AnQeles-at Seattle,. 10:30 p,m,Thursday's gameMfan.i or New YorK at Indiana, TBDFrlcfflV's flflftififtChir. • i at Charlotte, TBD'Seai U Los Angeles, 10 30 p mSaturday, May 9Indian j-ai Miami or:,IMew York, TBDSunday; May 10Chir. t j at Charlotte, TBDAwto racingCalifornia IROCFOUFANA, Calif, (AP) — Results Sat-urday -it irie second, round of the True V gameEdrhontori at Coiurado, 9 p.m.Tuesday's gamesMontreal 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 necessaryBoston at Washington, 7 30 p m.. if nec-essaryThursday's gamesStart o! second roundOilers 2, Avalanche 0Colorado o o 0— oEdmonton t 0 f— 2Firsl Period — 1, Edmonton, Bere-howsky 1 (Weight McAmrnond), 3 10Third Period — 2, Edmonton, Mironov 3(Weight, HamrliWj 10.S1 (pp)Shots gn goal — Colorado 8-8*15-— 31Edmonton 10-10-3— ?3.Power-play opportunities— Colorado 0ofa.Edmonlon 1 0(8Gaalies— 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, OTDallas 020 1—3Sun Joae 1 1 0 '0—2First 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—28San Jose 7-7-5-2— 21.Power-play opportunities— Dallas 0 of2, 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 1Hew Jersey 010-1QUmw 1 i 1—31 First Period— 1, Ottawa, Yashin 3 (Al-ffedsson), 8 2ft (pp), ' • •Secpnd PerKJd— 2, New Jersey, Dean1,.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 {30M Ihor-league playoffsAHERtCAN HOCKEY LEAGUESecond round (Best-of-7)Saturday's resultPhiladelphia' 4, Hershey 2, Philadelphialeads 'series 3-0INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUESecond round (Best-of-7)Saturday's resultsDetroit 3, Cincinnati 1, series tied 1-fOrlando 6, Cleveland 1 , Orlando leads se-ries 1 -0Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2, Chicago leads 2-Kansas City 4, Long Beach 3, series liedEAST COAST HOCKEY LEAGUEConference finals (Best-aJ-7)Saturday's resultHampton Roads 2, Wheeling 1, OT,Hampton Roads leads series 3-2CENTRAL HOCKEY LEAGUEFinals (Best-ot.7>Saturday's resultColumbus 6, Wichita 2, Columbus leadsseries 3-0UNITED HOCKEY LEAGUE. Championship (Best-of<7) ,Saturday's resultQuad City 6, Flint 2, Quad City leads se-ries 1-QWorld ChampionshipsSaturday's results(at Zunch, Switzerland)United Stales 5, Switzerland 2 ,Sweden 6, France 1(at Basel, Switzerland)Russia 6, Kazakstan4 'Finland 6, Latvia 0Sunday's games(at Zurich, S^Tuerland)Slovakia vs CanadaItaly vs. Austria(at Basel, Switzerland)Belargs vs. Czech Republic,Germany vs Japan• Monday's gamesit ' (at Zunch, Switzerland)Frtnce v£ United StalesSweden vs. Switzerland(at Basel, Switzerland)Latvia vs Russia ,Finland vs.* KazakslanU.S. 5, Switzerland 2United States ., 2 2 1—5Switzerland o 0 2—2First Period- 1, Untied States, Smotmskl,4:08   4,Chorske (Smolmski), 7i03 ,{pp). ,Third period-6, Switzerland, SteiiwggerArjr Von), 1:33 6. United States, CrgwTeyprgry Cr), 7!16, 7, Swltzeriartd, SegerjSutter), 939 (pp). * ,Shots on goal— United Stales 9^-4—21 Switzerland 6- 11 -16— 33 •' Power-play opportunities — UnitedStates 3 o( 7; Switzerland 1 ot 19.Qpalies-r- United $lates. Snow {336hots.?1 saves); Sw(tzer)an4 favoni (SH-71 -71 -64—206Houston Open'.THE WOODLANDS,' Texas. .• Scores Saturday after .the third round pithe $2 million Sheii Houston/Open, playedon jhe'.7;01B-.yard, par-Z2 .(36-36) TPG.atThe 'Woodlands; ' 'Jeff 'Ma'ggert:Dan ForemanLee JanzenFred; Coaples'Franklin LanghamMike' Hulbert;Stephen AmesHal: SiittoriDave StocktonDudley HartJerry KellyRiek FehrDavid DuvalTorri Kite:Ddn"nie- Hammond.Joe DurantJohn Huston•Pete 'Jordan'Grant WaiteKellyi GibsonJirri ' GallagherCilin Browne'Peter- O'Malley69^69-71—20972-68-70—210; 66- 74-7.1 —21167-7371—21172-68-71—21170-73-69—212-74-71.67—21270-72-70-^21271-71-70—21^71-70-74—21269-70-73—21269-75-69—21368-76-69—21370-72-71—21371-69:73—21373-71-70—214:.73-72-69—21472-71-71—21.474-72-68—21469-77-68—21'470-70-74—214Bruno's seniorsBIRMINGHAM, Ala (AP) ~ ScoresSaturday after the second round of thePGA Senior Tours S1 15 million Bruno'sMemorial Classic on the 6,992-yard, par-72 (36-36) Greystone Country Club.course;Terry Dill 63-72- 135Gil Morgan 70-66—136Frank Conner 68-69— 137John Bland 66-71—137FootballNFL Europe LeagueAtl times localW5 L022244T pet. *>F PA0 1 000 1 1 1 530 .600 115 850 .600 94 860 600200 71 7975 12541 79Tlrw at ntct', 1 hour ^6 minuies 34second!,. Margin of victory: 1,314Cfkution llMji:: Fgur (or 13 (4-6. 11-12.65-68, 74-77)TLap Iffadefn: Ken Scfuader 1, KevinHarvffik 2-6. Sctiradef 7, 'Mawjck 8-9,Spader 10-12. Harvick 13^5, Schrader16-21, H^rvick 22-24, Schradar ?5-45.'Mike Oil|ort4{t-54, Haryick 55-73, Schrad-er 74-100, Eleven lead change; amongthree'drivers,NASCAR VVlntlon We*tHorse racingKentucky Derby chartThe 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; SlakesValue 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 $1,644,607How tn«y finishedJockeyRhemAmsjerdam 3Frankfurt 3Barcelona 2England 1Scotland o 4 'o b"66Saturday's scoresAmsterdam 25, England 24Rhem 31, Frankfurt 14Sunday1* game. Barcelona at ScotlandSaturday, May 9Scotland at Rhem, 7 p,m.Sunday, May 10Amsterdam at England,,5 p mFrankfurt at Barcelona, 7 or 7 30 p.m.Fire 31, Galaxy 14Rh^in ' a 7 14 7—31Frankfurt . o o 0 1^-14first QuarterRfiein—FG Burgsrfiuller 28* 6:06,S«c0mt QuarterRpein—Robinson 58 pass from Quinn(BurgsmLjIler kick), 1:45.Third Quarter1 run (Burgsmuller kick);,1 fiiri (Byrgsmuller kick),Fourth QuarterFrk—.Bailey,7 pass from Huard (Klein-jnann kick}; 9:30.3 run (Burgamullei kick),14. Rock and Rollt?. p^stc Tramfee^fTimer 2-02 1-5MeCarronTorre?Velaajuez^ '.Frk-*-aa>)ey 22 pass from Dittoemann krck), Xi2.A— 41,123,1, Real Quiet3, Victory Qallop3, Indian Charlie4 Halory. Hunter1. Kevin HanTiqk 669; 2 Bean Wood-side 616, 3, Tony Toste 5§5; 4. CfaigRaudman 553; 5 Gary Smith 540,. 6Ktevin Richard? 491 , 7 Kelly Tannner 472,6 Sulch Qillilsnd 471; 9. Jeff pavts 462,10 Bill MGAnally 462,i 6. Parade7. HanumanB. Favorite Tfl9. NationaloretO Old Triestell.ChrjRO>way.SolisSteven?NakptamBaileySellersFlowsPayfioulaogeViptory Gallop 13,00 7.607 «) Jndian Charlie 4.20Off 5.29 fMUt £PT. Start Qgod, Track.Fast, Cloudy, f-mujuel field.$2,ix8cia 2-1E paid $291 ,8032 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 correctpai^*S»383,00; 8 correct patd $16.60W ^Oaks-Ctertw Pally Dou^e (4^) paidWinner— 8 C, 3. by Really Blue-QuietAmerican; Trainer-Bob BattertScratched None: OveweigNs NoneFirst downsRushes-yardsPassingPynt ReturnsKiekoff ReturnsInieteeptipnis RetBacked- Yards LostPuntsFumbles-LoslPenalties Yards•Time of Possession1534-1052Q32- 63-531 1-309-16-0'0-004-40-90-02-20281?Frk' ai?1-782460-606-1030-0028-44-14-265-5320<01-53148FrankfgrJ, HMard'22-34-1-166, Dittpe tAT&T Challengepb rn. Ga ^APl — Results Saturday from the3tt , AT&T Challenge,U S SupremeMay 4: 1998CourtJa-i;) |.Id ^EliAle* ilantatrie |TKnQUSI.J'), Australia, def Andreiuinia, 6-?, 6-4 Pete Sampras (1),Alex Calatrava. Sp '$.  Lap'1 Q^lo Blanco, Spdin 646-4 toSunday's Singles championship4ef Agasw, §-7 (4-71 7 6 (8-6) 6 3Wi $*#?&&&? TOOW ^OMIE SORT OfOF.oPO VGU JUST WAI^JT TOHu'gh Baiocchl••••George - Archer -•Graham MarshBruce Surnrnerhays •Jim Colbert . • •:Mike." Hill. .' Hubert GreenJimmy Powell.Dale Douglass-Hale IrwinDavid Lundstrom.J.C.SneadBob- DicksonDave: '• fichelbergerHarold HennlngBob Charles67-70—13770-68—13869-69.—1-3868-70—13672-67—139.71-68—13970-69r-13070-69—13970-69—13969-70—13969-70—13972-66—14071-69—14069-71—140A'nnika Sorenslaiti:'Lorie; .Kan 8-68—^205.67-69-69^20571-68,67—20670-68-66-^20667-69-71—20768-71-69—20?67-72-69—20666-71-71—20a66-68-73—20965-70^74—20971-70-69—210'71-69-70—21067-72-71—21070-73-68—21171-70-70—21171-69-71'—21170-68-73—21169-68-74—21110-0-86 '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 2-20MISSED FIELD GOALS- .Admirals 25, Monarchs 24England 3 14 0 7—24Amsterdam 0 10 0 15—25First QuarterEng—FG. Hart 30, 8.45, ' Second QuarterEng—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 QuarterArns—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 (passfailed), a 40.A—10,112.'Firsl downsRushes-yardsPassing-•.Punt Returns -Kiekoff ReturnsInterceptions Re(.Comp-AtHntSacked-Yards LoslPuntsFumbles-LostTime of Possession22-1176-78• g-0'12>37-02*1*5-40 0£-i)8-5525;48Am*2630-U12473^256-118p-01-52-06-5P34-.12... —.— 20*136, PawkinsW2f"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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