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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 6, 1991, Kokomo, Indiana                                Scoreboard 18 Kokomo Tribune Monday May 6 1991 Baseball Boston Toronto Detroit fWlwaukee Baltimore New York Oakland Chicago California J Texas Minnesota Seattle Kansas City Pittsburgh New York St Louis Chicago Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati San Diego Los Angeles Atlanta Houston San Francisco Baseball Expanded Glance By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 14 6 636 15 11 577 13 10 565 13 11 542 10 11 476 mnis t 00000 WPBleek UmpiresHome Hlrschbeck First McSherry Second Third Layne e 14 364 7 14 333 West Division W L Pet GB L10 173 1 264 64 2 173 3Vj 55 6 Z46 6V3 37 Streak Home Away Won 3 64 84 Won 1 83 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 2 Lost 2 Lost 2 65 87 15 37 34 78 75 54 96 57 410 Streak Home Away 113 46 57 63 78 46 84 84 69 54 64 49 49 36 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 15 9 625 164 14 10 583 1 Z55 14 11 560 55 12 13 480 Z55 11 14 440 Z73 9 15 375 6 46 West 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Penafljr 2 Ib Kyle Morgan 2b Keegan Pollard 3b AtSouthslde Winning pitcher Brad Williams losing pitcherDerek Bell Leading hitters Ameritrust Brad Williams 3 Ib 2b Keith Gossman 2b Ib Blair Crawford 2b Ib Cam Crawford 2lb Wes Brock 2 Ib Rob Del lens 2b UAW Butcher 2b At Lafayette Park Spikes 14 PlratesO Winning pitcher Jared Alexander los ing pitcher Mark Shelly Leading hitters Spikes David Mote 3b 21b Mike Tweed 2b 2lb Erica Powers 2lb Phillies 4 Zebras3 Winning pitcher Paul Spencer losing pitcher Grimes Leading hitters Zebras Jason Lynch 3lb 2b Phillies Ryan Gibbs 2b 2lb Paul Spencer 2b Ib Mike Degraffenreid 31b Basketball NBA Playoff Glance Day by Day By The Associated Press FIRST ROUND Beltof5 Tuesday April 30 Chicago 103 New York 94 Chicago wins series 30 Philadelphia 121 Milwaukee 100 Philadelphia wins series 30 LA Lakers 94 Houston 90 Los Angeles wins series 30 Thursday May 2 Utah 101 Phoenix 93 Utah wins series 3 1 Friday May 3 Golden State 110 San Antonio 97 Golden State wins serles3l Saturday May 4 Portland 119 Seattle 107 Portland wins s e r I e s 3 2 Sunday May 5 Boston 124 Indiana 121 Boston wins series 32 Detroit 113 Atlanta 81 Detroit wins series 32 Conference Semifinals Beitol7 Saturday May 4 Chicago 105 Philadelphia Chicago leads series 10 Sunday May 5 LA Lakers 126 Golden State 114 LA Ukerclead series 10 Monday May 6 Philadelphia at Chicago 7 Tuesday May 7 Detroit at Boston Utah at Portland TBA Wednesday May 8 Golden State at LA Lakers Thursday May 9 Utah at Portland TBA Friday May 10 LA Lakers at Golden State Saturday May 11 Portland at Utah TBA Sunday May 12 LA Lakers at Golden State Portland ayjtah TBA Sundays NBA Playoff Boxes By The Associated Press At Auburn Hills Mich ATLANTA 811 Wilkins 418 22 10 Willis 420 12 13 Kon cak 14 22 4 Rivers 39 47 12 Webb 310 54 12 Malone 02 00 0 Moncrief 04 24 2 Bat tle 27 44 9 Ferrell 46 12 9 Robinson 14 00 2 McCormick 26 23 6 Leonard 11 00 2 Total52791 253281 DETROIT 113 Rodman 611 00 12 Edwards 48 25 10 Laimbeer 6 11 00 12 Dumars 614 78 22 Thomas 915 79 26 Salley 24 24 4 Johnson 5110010 Aguirre 410 22 10 Rollins 00 00 0 Hastings 12 00 3 Henderson 02 00 0 Bedford 12 00 2 Totals 4490 2028113 21 162381 24 31 23113 3 Point goalsAtlanta 212 Battle 12 Webb 13 Rivers 02 Moncrief 02 Wilkins Detroit 5141 Dumars 35 Hastings 1 2 Thomas 13 Johnson 02 Aguirre fouled 54 Willis Detroit 49 Rodman VssistsAtlania 14 IKoncak Detroit 32 Thomas Total 24 Detroit 26 At Inglewood Calif GOLDEN STATE 116 Elie 910 33 21 Higglns 37 44 12 Petersen 00 00 0 Hardaway 1525 11 33 Richmond 720 00 14 Listcr 57 12 11 Askew 38 24 8 Marciulionis 410 00 8 Hill II 00 2 Tolbert 23 24 7 Mokeskl 00 00 0 Tntals49911318116 LALAKERSII26 Perkins 59 89 18 Worthy 12 25 12 25 Dlvac 6912 13 Johnson 715 79 21 Scotl 1015 23 27 Green 12 00 2 Campbell 1111 3 Drew 2100 4 Teagle 510 34 13 Totals 49922330126 Golden 24 12 33114 LA IS 36 30124 1 Point State 514 Higgins 24 Hardaway 24 Tolbert II Richmond LOS Angeles 5 71 Scon 5 5 Johnson 01 Drew Fouled Re boundsGolden State 45 Lister Los Angeles 52 Johnson State 32 Hardaway Marciulionis Los Angeles 33 Johnson 171 Total fouls Golden Stale 24 Los Angeles 18 State illegal defense Track and field Girls area track bests Alltime bests In parentheses 100meter low hurdles Heather Crouch TriCentral 1 Medea Dance IS 6 2 Leigh Bailey 3 Amy Finley 163 4 Angle Collins Lewis 166 5 Shelby Shand too dash Latoya Brogan Maconaquah 1 Candance Reese 128 2 I29 3 RachelleMosby Lewis 3 Lauren 130 S Mona Perrigen run I98S 1 Kim Olson 5409 2 Joanna Stout 5432 Maureen Wilkinson Kokomo 4 Vicki Sonalrank Lewis Cass J Km Sonalrank Lewis 54 400 relay Haworth BKky Hollingsuwth Arleni Ocktr Janice Alsup Marilyn Itll 4 I 1 Lewis Cass Rachelle Mosby Leslie Kim Bruner Tuzie 522 2 Kokomo Angie Lee Cana Jonnion Jackie Beard Leigh 512 3 Maconaquah Kisha Maris Julie Var Lauren 539 4 Northwestern Amy Fleming Margaret Anlosik Shelby Megan 5 Tipton Cook Hook Shirley 5411 400 41st Michelle Ftulknir Western 1 Candance Reeu Maconaquah 5915 2 Rosie Shriyer Lewis 3 Belinda Wimmer Maconaquah I 4 Krlstl Sonitfrank Lewis 5 Crawford 3w low hurdles Lisa Smith Tlpton 1917 1 Amy Finley 2 Angle Collins Lewis 3 Leslie Woolever Lewis 4 Jenny Burkett 4 Jaml Woolever Lewis KX run Michelle Faulkner Western 2 1 Krlstl Sonafrank Lewis 2 Belinda Wimmer 3 Kim Olson 4 Melissa Haskln Lewis 5 Jenny Merrell iMdish Janice Alsup Haworth 1911 1 Candance Reese 2 Tlzzle Timberlake Lewis 3 Lauren Tyson 4 Rachelle Mosby Lewis 5 Leigh Bailey run Leanne Rtyburn Maconiquah 1 Vlckl Sonafrank Lewis 2 Joanna Stout 3 Kim Olson 4 Heather Burns 5 Maureen Wilkinson relay Northwestern Mandy Dresch Belinda Davis Kris Hughes Kara 1 Maconaquah Julie Varnau Amy Finley Belinda Wimmer Candance 2 Lewis Cass IRosie Shrlver Angle Col lins Jaml Woolever Krlsti 3 Northwestern Suzy Rush Kerrl Blck Carrl Whitney Amy 4 Tlpton IHamack Hardened Hurklng 5 Kokomo Carla Johnson Jenny Mer rell Andrea Knight Erica Shot put Tina Addison Taylor 1 Tlzzle Timberlake Lewis 2 Angie Sloe 3 Jenny Rice Lewis 3 Sarah Isaacs Lewis 5 Mary Douglass 2 Long lump Candance Reese Maconaquah U7 breaks previous alltime area best of Tawnya Andrews Kokomo 1 Candance Reese 2 Jackie Beard 3 Amy Fleming 4 Amy Finley 5 Margaret Antosik 1 0 High jump Shelley Roby Tlpton 1 Deldre Hook 1 Rosle Shrlver Lewis 3 Lori Abney 3 Ann Leach 3 Marci Norrls 3 Jaml Woolever Lewis Discus Brenda Westbrook Maconaquah 1 Carrl Whitney 2 Sarah I ssacs Lewis 3 Mindy Moore 4 Jenny Rice Lewis 5 Katie Pltzer 5 Ginger Bunker Boys area track bests Alltime bests listed in parentheses 110meter high hurdles iRick Parsons Haworth 1973 1 Jeff 1 Vah Gaddy 3 David Yoder 4 Mike Vinopal 5 Devon Rlley 100 dash I Fred Elliot Kokomo 1934 and Ron Hunley Kokomo 1976 or 100yard dash which converts to 1 Randy Miller 1 Pal Pierce 3 Shellman 4 Lament Hardy 5 Randy Rogers run Mike Herrell Maconaquah 1 Jim Ray 2 Chris White 3 Brian McGavic 4 Jon Rostron 5 Brian Wledenhoeft 400 relay Kokomo Marcus Beard Randy Rogers Pet Plerct John 1 Kokomo Shellman Randy Rogers Donnie Bowling Pat 2 Maconaquah Ty Roseberry Eric Marls Daniel Simon Randy 3 Lewis Cass Grant Davis Mark Bowman Eric Sinn Gerry 4 Western Jeff Burzln Jim Boley David Yoder Jerry 5 400 dash Byron Bundrent Kokomo 1979 for 440yard dash which converts to 1 Chris Luchtefeld 2 Josh Norris 3 Lamont Hardy 4 Ryun Cook 5 Stan Nicholson 300 low hurdles Tim Granson Kokomo 1911 1 Jeff Brlnkman 2 Devon Riley 3 Ty Roseberry 4 Brian Key 5 David Yoder 100 run Alan Vandervort Kokomo 1 Scott Stucker 2 Mike Booth 3 Josh Norris 4 Pete Richason Lewis 5 Jim Ray 200 dash RutWalter Kokomo 1925 110 yard dash which converts to 1 Chris Luchtefeld 2 Randy Rogers 3 Shellman 4 Randy Miller 5 John Brackens run Bill Kellar Kokomo tor twomile run which converts to 1 Jim Ray 2 Chris White 3 Brian McGavic 4 Brian Wledenhoeft 5 relay Kokomo Byron Bundrent Pete Holston Dennis Anglin Jeff for mile relay which converts to 1 Kokomo Jeff Brlnkman Jon Rostron Lamont Hardy Pat 2 Maconaquah Mike Ho Clark Buff ington Mike Vinopal Josh 3 Eastern Troy Verbosky Nick Porter Stan Nicholson Gary 4 Taylor Travis Carlile Aaron Hawkins Brett Carlile Devon 5 Northwestern Matt Powers Troy Lindley Ryan Cook Jim Discus Demetris Gaines Western 1 JentryWiltkamoer 2 Mondo Fowler 3 Ryan Christie 4 Eric Richardson 5 Tony Sease Shot put Ron Oliver Kokomo 1 Mondo Fowler 2 Matt Buckley 3 Jenlry Wittkamper 7 4 Danny McElfresh 5 Benj Prilogle 5 Long jump John Alsup Kokomo 19W 1 Pat Pierce 2 Donnie Bowling 3 Troy Lindley 1 4 David Yoder 5 DanMcCollum High jump Rick Mosby Lewis Cass 1tl9 and Tico Brown Kokomo I Donnie Bowling 3 I Stan Nicholson 3 John Schreplerman 1 4 Chris Luchteleld 5 Travis Carlile 5 Brian Key Tn Poltviult DM Rldlin Htwor rh 1971 and Jtrry Strung Maconaquah 1 Randy Miller 2 Dan McCollum 3 3 Ty Roseberry 5 Gerry Good Lewis Hockey Sundays Stanley Cup Playoll Sum By Attocitted Preis At Pittsburgh I ol 1 04 First PeriodI Pittsburgh Stevens 10 Stanlon Second Period2 Pittsburgh Francis 4 Murphy 1 Boston R Bourque 7 INeely 10 24 4 Pit Isburgh Jennings I iLemieun Pittsburgh Lemleux Third PeriodNone Shots on goalBoston 971228 Pitt sburgh 8131233 GoaliesBoston Moog Lemelln Pitt sburgh Barrasso Stanley Cup Play of I Olance Day ByDay ly The Associated Press CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday May 4 Fdmonton Minnesota 2 serlestled 11 Sunday May s Pittsburgh 4 Boston 1 Boston leads series 21 Monday May 4 Edmonton at Minnesota Tuesday May 7 Boston at Wednesday May Edmonton at Minnesota Thursday Mi Pittsburgh at Boston Friday Miy 10 Minnesota at Edmonton International Hockey League Playoff Olance By The Associated Press Semifinals Peoria vs Phoenix Saturday May 4 Peoria 4 Phoenix 3 OT series tied 33 Monday May 4 Phoenix at Peoria Kalamauo vs Fort Wayne Friday May 3 Fort Wayne 3 Kalamazoo 2 Fort Wayne wins series 42 Weekend Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANSPlaced Brook Jacoby third baseman on the 15 day dis abled list retroactive to April 29 Pur chased the contract of Luis Lopez In fielder from Colorado of the Pacific Coast League KANSAS CITY ROYALSActlvated Mark Davis pitcher from the 15day dis abled list Designated Paul Zuvella In fielder for assignment TEXAS RANGERSActlvated Denny Walling inflelder from the 15day disabled list Placed John Russell catcher on the 15day disabled list retroactive to May 1 National League ATLANTA BRAVESMoved Mark Grant pitcher from the 15day disabled list to the 40day disabled list effective May 3 CINCINNATI REDSOptioned Chris Jones outfielder to Nashville of the Amer lean Association Recalled Terry Lee first baseman from Nashville MONTREAL EXPOSRecalled Brian Barnes pitcher from Indianapolis of the American Association Optioned Mel Ro ias pitcher to Indianapolis NEW YORK METSPlaced Gregg Jef ferles inllelder on the 15day disabled list retroactive to April 27 Recalled Chris Donnels Infielder from Tidewater of the International League SAN FRANCISCO GIANTSSent Kirt Manwaring catcher to Phoenix of the Pa cific Coast League Recalled Rod Becker pitcher from Phoenix BASKETBALL Continental Basketball Association LACROSSE CATBIRDSSigned Flip Saunders a oneyear contract FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLSExtended the con tract of Bill Pollan general manager for two years NEW YORK JETSSigned Chris Burkett JoJo Townsell Rick Isaiah Phil Logan and Ron Young wide receivers Leroy Kinard and Blaise Bryant running backs Matt Swlnson tight Brian Washington defensive back and Marvin Washington defensive end SKIIING SKI TEAMNamed Ernst Hager womens Downhill coach Football World League of American Football At A Glance By The Associated Press European W L T Pet PF PA London 6 0 0 58 Barcelona 6 1 0 857 166 92 Frankfurt 5 2 0 714 122 109 North American East 4 3 0 571 198 100 Montreal 3 4 0 429 93 178 Orlando 2 5 0 284 144 212 RaleighDurham 0 7 0 000 94 2 3 7 North American West San Antonio 3 3 0 500 118 93 Birmingham 3 4 0 429 85 109 Sacramento 2 5 0 286 101 123 Saturdays Games Barcelona 11 Birmingham 6 Montreal 24 Sacramento 23 OT Frankfurt 17 Orlando 14 Sundays Game New YorkNew Jersey Raleigh Durham 4 Mondays Game London at San Antonio 7 Saturday May 11 San Antonio at Barcelona 1 London at New YorkNew Jersey 7 Sacramento at Orlando 7 Sunday May 12 Birmingham at Frankfurt Noon Monday May 13 RaleighDurham at Montreal 7 Tennis Sundays Davis Cup Results By The Associated Press WORLDGROUP Quarterfinals At Nines France Frances Australia 2 Reverse Singles Richard Fromberg Australia del Guy Forget France 47 74 Fabrlce Santoro France del Masur Australia EUROAFRICAN ZONE Group I Second Round At Helsinki Finland Denmark 3 Finland Reverse Singles Aki Rahunen Finland del Morten Christensen Denmark Fredrik Ferterlein Denmark del Dili Rahnasto Finland At Lisbon Portugal Netherlands 4 Portugal Reverse Singles Mark Koevermans Netherlands del Joao Cunha e Silva Portugal Nuno Marques Portugal del Paul Haarhuis Netherlands At Warsaw Poland Britain 3 Poland 0 Doubles Jeremy Bates and Nick Brown Britain del Woiciech Kowalskl and Tomasz Iwan ski Poland AFRICAN ZONE Group 11 First Round At Cairo Egypt Egypt 3 Senegal 2 Reverse Singles Tamir el Sawi Egypt del Abdou Ber the Senegal Fadel Berthe Senegal del Hassan el Aroussi Egypt ASIAOCEANIA ZONE Group I Second Round At New Delhi India India 3 South Korea 2 Reverse Singles Chang Eui long South Korea del Ramesh Krishnan India 16 63 64 Leander Paes India def Jie Seingho South Korea 7617 2 Munich rennlt Reiultt MUNICH Germany API Results Sunday of the BMW Open mens tennis tournament Singles Championship Magnus Gustafison Sweden def Gulllermo Perez Roldan Argentina 3 3 retired Challenge Results ROSWELL Ga AP Results Sunday of the Challenge seedlngs in Championship Andre Agassi Las Vegas def David Wheaton Lake Mlnnetonks 74 Madrid Tennis Results MADRID Spain AP Result Sunday of the Villa de Madrid mens tennis tournament on the clay courts of the Chamartln Tennis Club seedlngs In Singles Championship Jordl Arrest Spain 7 def Marcelo Fillpplnl 5 Uruguay Tampa Clay Results TAMPA Fla AP Results Sunday of the USTA Clay Courts of Tampa seedlngs In Singles Championship Rlchey Reneberg Houston def Petr Korda Czechoslovakia Doubles Championship Ken Flach St Louis and Robert Seguso Boca Raton Fla dof Rlchey Reneberg Houston and David Pate Las Hamburg Tennis Results HAMBURG Germany API Results Sunday of the German Open womens tennis tournament Singles Championship Steffi Graf Germany leads Monica Seles Yugoslavia 75 67 21 rain Auto racing IndySWSchedule INDIANAPOLIS AP Schedule for the 1991 Indianapolis 500mile race Indianapolis Motor Speedway opens Daily practice 11 to 6 May 510 SATURDAY May 11 7 gates open II SUNDAY May 12 gates open Practice 126 MONDAY May 13 9 Speedway gates open 11 practice dally through Friday May 17 SATURDAY May II gates open 6 SUNDAY May 19 9 gates open 126 MONDAY May 20 Track closed through Wednesday May THURSDAY May 23 8 gates open Pit practice no engines running Drivers meeting with chief steward Tom Blnford 11 Final twohour track practice Annual Miller Pit Stop con test FRIDAY May 24 Track closed 11 Crew chiefs orientation meeting SATURDAY May 25 Track closed II Public drivers meeting with chief steward Tom Blnford SUNDAY May 24 5 Indianapolis Motor Speedway gates open gates open In pits Race cars positioned In front of respective pits Cars placed In starting posi tions on track Purdue University band plays On The Banks of the 10 caravan up engines shut off engines Chief Steward Tom Binford makes final track inspection National Anthem played by the Purdue band Playing of Taps com bined Armed Forces Color Guard Singing of Back Home Again In Traditional command Gentlemen start your Dodge Viper V10 pace car driven by Carroll Shelby leads starters on parade and pace laps 11 Flying start of the 75th In dianapolis 500 MONDAY May 27 8 Official results posted by Auto Club Rookie of the Year an nouncement 7 Victory 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