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   Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 2005, Syracuse, New York                               SPORTS Friday, January THE POST-STANDARD PAGE D-9 I Outdoors calendar _ __ HodMV IjMoiM tional Rifle Association handgun course, suitable for pistol permit applicants, is held from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Dave's Archery in Homer. To sign up, call (607) 749-5714. CONraciCX Atlantic Mvtawn W L SI Ml GF GA Manchester 31 9 3 1 66 161 95 Hartford 31 11 1 2 65 127 86 Lowell 25 11 1 3 54 136 98 Worcester 24 14 3 2 53 116 112 Providence 20 17 2 6 48 124 121 Portland 17 20 3 4 41 96 142 Springfield 14 25 2 2 32 93 145 East Division Binghamton 27 14 3 2 59 159 128 Philadelphia 25 11 2 4 56 122 101 Norfolk 24 16 1 4 53 108 106 Wilkes-Barre 21 12 5 5 52 135 130 Hershey 21 21 1 0 43 106 117 Bridgeport 16 22 1 1 34 80 109 Whitney Point dtffcy: The New York State Crappie Derby is slated for Whitney Point Reservoir, with on csLuiuiicu iii prizes available. The entry fee is for anglers age 13 or older, free for those under 13. For details, call Dave Hughes at (607) 692-3263 or visit the derby web CONFERENCE Nofth Division Rochester 29 9 3 4 65 123 99 Manitoba 29 11 1 3 62 142 104 St. John's 26 16 0 2 54 128 119 Edmonton 23 15 3 5 54 118 110 Hamilton 18 19 5 4 45 111 122 Cleveland 19 22 1 3 42 107 127 18 18 3 3 Q 102 117 Earlville dub dinner: The Earlville Conservation Club has its banquet at p.m. at the Ameri- can Legion Post on North Main Street in Earlville. State wildlife biologist Bob Gone is the guest speaker. For details, call Jim at 837-4134. Archery league starts: The Black Creek Archery Club, at S3 1 5 Black Creek Road, Chittenango. starts a new paper-target league. To sign up. call the club at j 633-2506. i Milwaukee 28 12 2 2 50 148 113 Chicago 25 15 4 1 55 135 125 Cincinnati 21 21 1 2 45 111 123 Grand Rapids 21 19 1 1 44 101 101 Houston 19 17 2 2 42 104 100 San Antonio 19 23 2 4 44 105 132 Utah 10 29 0 2 22 79 152 Thursday's result Edmonton 3, Grand Rapids 1 Today's games St. John's at Cleveland. 7 p.m. Hartford at Philadelphia, p.m. Bridgeport at Providence, p.m. Herehey at Wilkes-Barre. p.m. Lc.-.e" 3'. Wcrceste', 7.05 p.- Syracuse at Hamilton, 730 p.m. Springfield at Norfolk. 730 p.m. gt 7'35 p Portland at Manchester, p.m. Binghamton at Rochester, 735 p.m. Chicago at San Antonio, 8 p.m. Manitoba at Utah, p.m. Wednesday Golf Trout Unlimited meeting: The Iroquois Chapter of Trout Unlimit- ed meets at 7 p.m. at the Glen Loch restaurant in Jamesville. John Warakomski presents a pro- gram on Montana fly fishing. The public is welcome. Thursdoy_________________ Jr. bass club meets: The Salt City Jr. Bassmasters Club meets at p.m. at the Gander Mountain Lodge in Cicero. For details, call Mickey Fonunato at 416-4262. Bassmasters meet: The Salt City Bassmasters Club meets at p.m. at the Fireside Inn. Route 370. BaldwinsvHle. Guest speaker Larry Arnold of Brinson Marine discusses spring boat and motor care. Prospective members are welcome. Call club President Mike Cusano at 695-4969. PGA Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Thursday's Second Round La Quinta, Calrf- Purse: mil.; Four courses, all par 72 PGA West (Palmer yards Tamarisk CC yards La Quinta CC yards Bermuda Dunes CC yards Feb. 5 Chenango ice derby: The Oxford Lions Club has its annual ice fish- ing derby on Chenango Lake, east of Norwich. Prizes include awards for the biggest perch and pickerel and in cash for catching a specially tagged perch. If the I tagged fish isn't caught by derby's end. the will be awarded by- random drawing among registered contestants. For registration in- formation, call May hood's Sport- ing Goods at (607) 334-2001 or visit the Lions' Web site, www.ox- fordUons.org. Oneida sports show: The Central New York Sportsman Show, with i hunting, fishing and other out- doors-related exhibits and semi- nars, is held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kallet Civic Center. 159 Main St., Oneida. For details call Ten at 363-2345. Panther Lake derby: The Pine Grove softball teams hold their an- nual ice-fishing derby from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 5 and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 6 on Panther Lake in Os- wego County. For details, call Paul at 245-4938 or Jim at 623-3696. Otisco Lake derby: The Otisco Lake Rod Gun Club has its an- nual ice-fishing derby from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. The weigh-in is at Foot- prints on the Lake restaurant Tick- ets are each, at the Village Tavern in Marcellus or at Foot- prints. For details, call Charlie Yale at 636-8071. Handgun class: A basic handgun safety course, suitable for pistol- permit applicants, is held from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Otisco Lake Rod Gun Club, Route 1 74, Marietta. For details, call 487-4145. Cut-bait program: Guide Tony Buffa leads a 1 p.m. seminar on rigging cut bait and other trolling tips for Lake Ontario salmon at Bass Pro Shops' Auburn store. Participants should come to the store's reel counter about 10 min- utes before show time. Feb. 6 _ Buck scoring: Dallas Sumner, an official scorer for the New York State Big Buck Club, measures antlers from noon to 4 p.m. at the Central New York Rod Gun Club, on Peter Scott (Swamp) Road, Pennellville. All hunters are welcome to bring deer racks for scoring. Pomfwy 3-D: The Central New York Bowmen have a 3-D archery shoot at Pratt' s Falls Park, Pom- pey. Registration is from 9 to 1 1 a.m. For details, call Harold Gary at 469-3765. The Outdoors Calendar appears Fridays and Sundays in The Post-Standard. Items should be submitted four days before publication to The Post-Standard, Outdoors Catendar, P.O. Box 4915, Joe Ogilvie Fredrik Jacobson Phil Mickelson Billy Mayfair Jason Allred Fred Couples Robert Darr.ron Peter Lonard Tim Herron Ted Purdy Joe Durar.t Pat Perez Duffy Waldorf J.L. Lewis Bill Haas Jesoer Parnevik Juslin Leonard Joey Sindelar Fred Funk Brian Davis Palmer Brian Bateman Olin Browne Billy Andrade Nick Watney Skip Kendall Craig Stadler Jerry Kelly Loren Roberts Ryuji Imada Peter Jacobsen Tim Clark Todd Fischer Tom Pernice, Jr. Phillip Price Chris Riley John Senden Stewart Onk Craig Sarlow Hidemichi Tanaka Jeff Sluman Chris Smith Jeff Maggert Justin Rose Bart Bryant Jim Futyk Shaun Micheel Tommy Armour III Andrew Magee Tim Petrovic Kevin Sutherland Dudley Hart John Daly Brent Geiberger Michael Allen Neal Lancaster Robert Allenby Mark Calcavecchia Paul Goydos J-J. Henry David Toms Mark O'Meara Briny Baird Alex Cejka jay naa> 80 Van Pelt Davis Love 111 Donnie Hammond Bob Tway Tag Ridings D.A. Points Ben Crane Kent Jones Per-Ulrik Johansson Steve Allan Patrick Sheehan Scott Verplank Matt Gogel Franklin Langham Steve Lowery Steve Elkington Paul Azinger Jay Williamson Danny Briggs Kirk Triplett Paul Claxton Tom Kite Ian Poulter Carl Pettersson Robert Gamez Stephen Ames John Cook Frank Lickliter IS Jonathan Kaye Rich Beem Aaron Baddeley Bernhard Langer Harrison Frazar John Riegger Mark McCumber Cameron Beckman Scott McCarron Rob Rasbeli Heath Slocum Ben Curtis Kevin Stadler John Huston Corey Pavin Chris DiMarco Steve Jones Steve Flesch Chris Starkjohann Geoff Ogilvy Lee Janzen Kenny Perry Brian Gay Brad Faxon Hank Kuehne Mike Weir Daniel Chopra Mark Brooks Sandy lyle Stephen Leaney Glen Hnatiuk Dennis Paulson tannyWadkins David Duval -17 -14 -14 67-54-131 -13 -13 -13 -13 -13 -12 -12 -12 -11 -11 -11 -11 -11 -11 -10 -10 -10 -9 -9 -9 -9 -9 -9 -9 -9 -8 -8 -8 -8 -8 -8 -8 -8 -8 -8 -7 -7 -7 65-72-137 -7 -7 -7 -7 -7 -7 -7 -7 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 7u-O6----I So -O 69-70-139 -5 -5 -S -S -S -5 -5 -S -5 -5 -5 -5 -5 65-74-139 -5 -5 -5 -5 -5 68-71-139 -5 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -2 -2 -2 -2 72-70-142 -2 -2 -2 -2 -1 75-68-143 73-70-143 -1 72-72-144 E E 70-76-146 72-76-148 Scoreboard TtMb Basketball Australian Purar. nfe Surtai7 iiartOiiUoor THURSDAY'S MATCHES Catttx Masters Thunday-sfitit Round Laguna National Golf and CC Singapore Purse: mil.; Yardage: Far 72 Colin Montgomery. Scotland 65 Nick Dougrierty, England 68 Mark Foster, England 68 ...i-._-. CO Soren Kjeldsen, Denmark 69 Jason Knutzon, United States Maarten Ufeber. Netherlands 69 Soren Hansen, Denmark 69 Vance Veazey Jerry Smith Steven After CRffKrelM Cimfto wfies" Marat Safin Russia, def. Roger Federer Switzerland. 5-7, 7-6 9-7. Women's Singles Semifinals Serena Williams United States, def. Maria Sharapova Russia, Lindsay Davenport United States, def. Nathalie Oechy France, 6-4. Men's Doubles Wayne Black and Kevin Ullyett Zimba- bwe, def. Jurgen Melzer. Austria, and Alexan- der Waske. Germany, Bob and Mike Bryan United States, def. Jonas Bjorkman, Sweden, and Max Mirnyi "C" OouWes Quarterfinals Kevin Ullyett, Zimbabwe, and Liezel Huber South Africa, def. Bob Bryan. U.S., and Vera Zvonareva Russia. 6-7 Double; Round Robin Men Richard Fromberg, Australia, and Mats Wi- Condon AeA Oat anH Ifim War. Mixed Nicole Bradtke and Roy Emerson, Australia, def. Elizabeth Smylie and Tony Roche. Austral- ia, 7-5, retired. Nitional Basketball Association EASTBtN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GS Boston 20 22 .476 Philadelphia 19 22 .463 Toronto 18 2S .419 New York '.1 24 .415 New jersey 16 26 .381 4 Southeast Division Miami 31 13 .705 Washington 26 15 .634 3'.4 Orlando 22 19 .537 7% Charlotte 8 31 .205 20% Atlanta 8 32 .200 21 Central Division Cleveland 25 16 .610 Detroit 25 18 .581 1 Chicago 22 19 .537 3 Indiana 10 5 Milwaukee 15 25 .375 9'A WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division San Antonio 35 10 .778 Dallas 28 13 583 5 Houston 24 19 .558 10 Memphis 24 20 .545 10% New Orleans 7 34 .171 26 Horse racing AQUEDUCT RESULTS mdfl spl wt 3YO F, 1 M ISmi. 3 (8) Treasure Song (FJara) 17.00 4.60 3.30 2 4 (4) Lunar Ruler (J.Pimentel) 4.80 Off 1232. Time Fast Fjcacta (8-2) '3-2-415277 00 d, 4YO up, 1 1f16mi. 4 (4) Delta Sea (J.Pimentel) 37.60 11.60 8.10 8 (8) Quanaco 4.103.00 4.40 Off Fast. Pick4 (4-Ali-Ali-ALL (RAQ 4 Correct 527.40. Pick 3 (4-AU.-ALL (RACES 2) 3 Correct Exacta (4-8) Quinella (4-8) Trifecta (4-8-3) Daily Double (8-4) ITW: Handle: Total Handle: Note: Thursday card canceled after first two races. Tne NYRA canceled the final seven races on Thursday because of extreme cold. The track stayed open for simulcast wagering. AQUEDUCT ENTRIES Today's First Post p.m. mdn d 3YO, Imi 70yd. Right Close 122 Intimidating 122 L'Argento 122 Raja Brown 122 Crowd's Delight 122 North Potomac 122 Brettitus 122 Sea Heather 122 Chronicie 122 StephenGotLcky 122 cl 4YO up Gf. MarquetRate 113 Alicita My Love 115 Seattle Ash 113 Aliens Blessing IIS SearchD-amonds 120 FlyWrthKrkrm 120 Sell the Rallies 120 mdn spl wt 4YO up 1 IrtSmi. WhistlinSong 121 Truely Ruby 121 Freedom Ridge 121 Thunder Reason 121 Verve 121 MissingWoman 116 man spi wt 3VO, of. Mayan King 120 Mister Somebody 120 Southack 120 Nogoodbuddy 120 Darcer 120 Bsrtoto '20 Bustersattorney 120 Marine Seal 120 SirGreelcy 120 ale 4YO up (NW2 Sf. Hello Krkrm 120 a-Angel in HaMem 118 Just Gabi 118 TooManyBbbles 120 a-WiidCes 118 Btogio's Dream 120 PreviousSeiection 123 Genevil 118 mdn spl wt 4YO up. 1 M 16mi. MustangRanch 122 Flip de Lite 122 Signore William 115 CommanderZack 122 'FIxcall 122 Harry the Rock 122 KingsCommotion 122 Real Bull 122 Our Son Rob 122 Five Star Gold 122 Slow Signal 117 Whilstone 117 Blaise Pascale 122 Quayle 122 KeepEmUpThere 117 Easter Guardian 117 ale 4YO up (NW1 Sf. Special Tactics 119 EveryTrick 119 Kent Hall 114 Miss Park Place 119 Ace's Cappella 119 Meadow Belle 119 Show Ready US WinningFoursme 119 Bush's Song 122 ale. 4YO up (NW1 1 Baymont 118 Bound On Bi 118 Say Hey Willie 123 Pitchscurve 118 Bundle Roses 120 Mrs. Doyle 118 JudySoda 118 ComancheStar 118 Buck Mountain 113 cl 4YO up, Imi 7Gyd- Coaxed 118 Resash 118 Gold Explorer 118 Luke's Flash 118 GoneToBeKing 118 WholsChrisG. 118 a.pina''; Star 116 Run to Glory 111 CharacterActor 118 Cambaco 118 Bluesman 120 Caroller 118 a-Shoot the Wad 106 PineBreeze 118 DeputyThief 118 a-Coupted Equibase Co. LLC, all rights reserved. Local bowling Geddes Federal at Solvay Recreation: John Scaia II257-709; Don Fesinger 245-683; Scott Fletcher 259-673; John Bucci 255-672; Dennis Pealo 237-671; Nick OeSantis, Jr. 227-646; Breeze 227-641; Andy DeFlorio 247-638; Tony Dantuono 244-638; Pete Venuti 233-635; Bob Lucio 247-635; Ed Bagozzi 234-634; John Veri 221-632; Nick DeSantis, Sr. 224-612; Don Vincentini 204-608; Jerry 217-608; Mike Sharp 222-598; Nick Spiccistti 225-592; Mike Fortino 221-592. Team scores: Thomas Muffins Twin Trees II Transactions fur. 7t 30-34-64 32-33-65 35-32-67 33-34-C7 3S-32-C7 spons0STTacuse.com or tax at 470-3019. and BUI men's wnnh coach. Syracuse SkyChiefs Fanning heats up crowd at Hot Stove The former Montreal Expos manager tdks to SkyCMef fans about the ding dub. By Matt Michael Staff writer As far as former Montreal Expos manager and general manager Jim Fanning is con- cerned, the Expos' franchise died a long time ago. Their move Minnesota Denver Portland Utah 23 19 .548 6'A 17 25 .405 12% 16 25 .390 13 IS 28 .349 15 Pacific Division Phoenix 34 10 .773 Sacramento 28 13 .683 4T4 LA Lakers 22 18 .550 10 LA. Dippers 20 22 .476 13 Golden State 12 30 .286 21 Thursday's results Detroit 88, Indiana 76 Chicago 101. Charlotte 93 San Antonio 90. Sacramento SO Today's games Toronto at Charlotte, 7 p.m. Washington at Orlando. 7 p.m. Cleveland at New York 7 o m. Phoenix at Boston, p.m. Miami at Atlanta. p.m Utah at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Philadelphia at New Orleans. 8 p.m. Denver at Milwaukee, p.m Sacramento at Houston, p.m. LA. Clippers at Portland, 10 p.m. New Jersey at LA Lakers, p.m. Seattle at Golden State, p.m. Thursday's NBA boxes PISTONS 88, PACERS 76 TO FT Reb DET. Min M-A M-A O-T A PF PTS Prince 35 7-10 2-2 1-7 2 0 16 RWallace 34 5-16 0-0 1-7 5 4 13 BWallace 42 5-8 0-2 3-11 0 2 10 Billups 40 5-10 7-8 0-4 5 2 20 Hamilton 36 5-13 6-8 1-5 6 5 17 Arroyo 20 0-5 2-4 0-321 2 McDyess 18 2-2 0-1048 Dupree 71-1 0-0 0-002 2 Hunter 60-1 0-0 0-100 0 Ham 20-0 0-0 0-000 0 Totals 240 32-68 19-26 6-39 20 20 88 Pets.: FG .471, FT .731.3-Pts 5-14. .357 (Bill- ups3.5. Hamilton 1-3, R.Wallace 1-4, Hunter 0-1, Arroyo Team Rebounds: 11. Turn- overs: 13 (17 Blocked Shots: 2 (B Wallace, Turnovers: 13 (Billups 3, Hamilton 2, Prince 2, R Wallace 2, McDyess 2. S Wallace, Steals- 2 (B.Wallace. Tech. Fouls: R.Wallace, first. re FT Reb IND. Min M-A M-A O-T A PF PTS Jackson O'Neal 1 27-67 Mr.i Tinsley Gill FJones Pollard Croshere JJones Totals Pets.: FG .403, FT .727.3-Pts.: 6-15, .400 (FJones 3-3, JJones 1-1, Miller 1-2, Gill 1-5, Tin- sley 0-1, Jackson Team Rebounds: 3. Turn- overs: 14 (9 Blocked Shots: 5 (O'Neal 4, Croshere, Turnovers. 13 (O'Nea! 6, Tin- sley 3, Jackson 2. Croshere. Steals: 6 (Jackson 3, Miller, Croshere, Tech. Fouls: Miller, first; Coach Carlisle, second; O'Neal, third; Delay Of Game, fourth. 7 Detroit 26 21 23 "iS Indiana 20 20 17 19 76 BULLS 101, BOBCATS 93 FG FT Reb CHAR. Win M-A M-A O-T A PF PTS Wallace 31 5-8 1-1 0-3 6 2 15 Okafor 36 2-8 0-0 0-403 4 Brezec 33 5-7 1-1 0-6 2 3 11 Hart 42 6-10 4-4 1-5 10 4 17 Rush 36 9-19 0-0 2-434 24 Bogans 12 0-4 4-4 0-011 4 Ely 12 1-2 1-2 0-101 3 Sampson 15 1-3 1-2 2-701 3 Kapono 13 3-9 3-4 0-2 0 1 10 BRobinson 6 0-1 0-0 0-111 0 SSmith 4 '-2 0-0 0-000 2 Totals 240 34-73 15-18 5-33 23 21 93 Pets FG .466, FT .833. 3-Pts.: 10-17, 588 (Rush 6-8, Wallace 2-3, Kapono 1-1, Hart 1-3, Toam Rohnijnrk- 9 Turnfworv 16 Blocked Shots: 2 (Brezec. Turn- overs: 15 (Hart 4, Ely 3, Okafor 3, B.Robinson 2, Wallace 2, Brezec. Steals: 9 (Hart 2, Okafor 2, Wallace 2, Rush 2, FG FT Reb CHI. Win M-A M-A O-T A PF PTS Deng 18 5-7 1-1 0-2 3 0 12 Davis 22 3-40-02-4316 Curry 26 3-8 2-2 1-502 8 Hinrich 26 2-11 2-2 0-250 6 Duhon 24 2-5 1-1 CM 6 4 6 Chandler 25 1-2 1-2 1-6033 Gordon 72-4 2-2 0-001 6 Harrington 22 3-9 1-3 0-141 7 Nocioni 24 7-8 1-1 2-4 1 2 17 Piatkowski 26 6-9 2-2 0-2 2 1 16 Pargo 13 7-10 0-1 0-0 2 3 14 Griffin 7 0-0 0-0 0-4010 Totals 240 41-77 13-17 6-34 26 19 101 Pets.: FG .532. FT .765.3-Pts.: 6-15, .400 (No- cioni 2-2, Piatkowski 2-5, Deng 1-1, Duhon 1-3, Pargo 0-1, Gordon 0-1. h'inrich Team Re- bounds: 6. Turnovers: 14 (16 Blocked Shots: 2 (Chandler, Turnovers: 14 (Curry 5, Duhon 4. Hinrich 2, Harrington 2, Steals' 7 (Chandler 2, Duhon 2, Hinrich, Nocioni, 2uu3 reason omy mauc it om- cial. "1 haven't shed a tear. I did that a long time Fanning said. "We all worked so hard to make it something and then you have to see it crumble." Fanning, a guest at the Syra- cuse SkyChiefs' annual Hot e the expansion Expos' first gener- al manager in !969. and he worked for the team for 25 years. He was the Expos' man- ager in 1981. when Montreal came within one out of advanc- ing to what would have been its only World Series. Fanning believes if the Expos had reached the World Series in 1981 or in 1994, fan interest would have remained high enough for the team to remain in Montreal. In 1994, the Expos had perhaps the best team in baseball, but the players' strike wiped out the playoffs and Mon- treal started trading its best play- ers because it could no longer af- ford them. In 1981. the Expos led the Dodgers 2-1 entering the bottom of the ninth inning in the fifth and final game of the National League Championship Series. But Rick Monday's two-out. two-run home run off Steve Rogers propelled the Dodgers to the World Series. In Expos lore, it's known as "Blue Monday." ''If we would have just won one time and got to the series. I think it would have changed the said Fanning, who managed the team in 1981-82 and again in 1984. "What this has done is make Montreal a minor-league city, and I hate that because Montreal is a great city and a wonderful place." Fanning, who now works for the Toronto Blue jays, joined SkyChiefs manager Marty Pevey and outfielder Anton French, Blue Jays assistant general man- ager Tim McLeary, and Auburn Doubledays pitching coach Tom Signore as guests at Thursday's Hot Stove, an event that allows fans to talk baseball in the dead of winter. w nile fanning is saaoened o> the Expos" move to Washington, he is still actively involved in promoting baseball in Canada. As the Blue Jays' ambassador of amateur baseball, Fanning gives speeches, attends banquets and conducts clinics on behalf of the Blue Jays. Fanning is a longtime friend of former Syracuse University football coach Dick MacPher- son. They earned their master's desrees at the University of Illi- nois in 1961 before Fanning con- tinued his baseball career and MacPherson became an assistant at the University of Cincinnati. Arniinrl1 the Hnt Stove The SkyChiefs unveiled a new alternate jersey and hat that are modeled after the uniforms the Blue Jays started wearing last year. The jersey is black with "Chiefs" in the front in white and silver letters with blue trim, and the hat is black with a blue and silver SkyChiefs" logo___ SkyChieii Historian Ron Ger- sbacher announced the latest in- ductees into the Syracuse Base- ball Wall of Fame: former Syracuse Stars pitcher Vic Willis and infielder Pepper Martin: for- mer Syracuse radio announcer John Harmon; former major- league pitcher and Bishop Lud- den High School standout John Johnstone; and former Chiefs outfielder Dom Dallessandro, pitcher Jim Owens and catcher Thurman Munson. The class of 2005 will be inducted July 23 before the SkyChiefs play the Charlotte Knights at Stadi- um. Longtime SkyChiefs support- ers John Duffy and Bob Scalione were honored with annual awards. Duffy received the Jake Meyers Great Guy Award pres- ented to a person who devotes time to enhance the SkyChiefs. BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM to terms with C Josh Paul on a one-year contract CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Agreed to terms with INF Tadahrto Iguchi on a two-year con- tract. TAMPA BAY DEVIL to terms with RHP Hideo Nomo on a minor league con- tract. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS-Agreed to terms with RHP Mike Koplove on a two-year contract. ATLANTA to terms with RHP Kevin Gryboski on a one-year contract. FLORIDA to terms with IB Carlos Delgado on a four-year contract. HOUSTON to terms with OF Lance Berkman on a one-year contract. MILWAUKEE to terms with OF Brady Clark on a one-year contract. PITTSBURGH to terms with RHP Rick White on a minor league contract. WASHINGTON to terms with INF Jamey Carroll, LHP Michael Hinckley and RHP Darrell Rasner on one-year contracts and INF George. Arias on a minor league contract. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association DENVER George Kari coach. NEW ORLEANS Tim McDougall chief marketing officer. National Basketball Development League ASHEVTUE Kermit Wash- ington assistant coach. FOOTBALL National Football DALLAS Paul Pasqualoni assistant coach. OAKLAND RAIDtSS-tomeo Jim Coiietto of- fensive line coach. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS-Named Mike McCarthy offensive coordinator. Named George Warhop offensive line coach. WASHINGTON OL Pita einara and allocated him to NFL Europe. COLLEGE Brad Nasato men's as- sistant lacrosse coach. Neil Macmillan field hockey coach. QUINNiPlAC-Named Brendan Talbot men's assistant lacrosse coach, men's and women's tennis will be discontinued after the 2005 sea- Charlotte 21 23 29 93 Chicago 29 21 24 27-101 SPURS 30, KINGS 80 FG FT Reb SAC Mir. M-A M-A O-T A PF PTS Barnes 30 3-5 2-3 1-5 13 8 Webber 32 6-17 3-4 0-8 6 5 16 Miller 43 8-13 3-3 3-7 5 4 19 Bibby 40 8-15 1-2 2-3 6 3 17 Mobley 41 4-15 4-4 0-1 3 2 12 Martin 25 1-40-03-3022 Songaila 14 3-4 0-0 1-4 156 House 60-30-00-0000 Ostertag 60-1 0-0 0-1 020 Bradley 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Daniels 20-00-00-0000 Totals 240 33-77 13-16 10-32 22 26 80 Pets.: FG .429, FT .812.3-Pts.: 1-10, .100 {Webber 1-2, Miller 0-1, Martin 0-1, House 0-1, Bibby 0-2, Mobley Team Rebounds: 6. Turnovers: 17 (19 Blocked Shots: 6 (Web- ber 2. Miller 2, Barnes, Turnovers: 17 (Webber 3. Bibby 3, Barnes 3, Mobley 3, Miller 2, Songaila, Martin, Steals: 12 (Song- aila 3, Martin 3, Webber 2, Bibby 2, Barnes, Tech. Fouls: Delay Of Game, fourth. FG FT tMt S.A. Min M-A M-A O-T A Pf PTS Bowen 36 6-9 0-0 0-1 01 14 Duncan 37 8-18 4-6 5-12 4 3 20 Massenburg22 0-3 2-2 0-5032 Parker 35 6-12 0-20-372 12 Ginobili 35 9-15 5-6 1-6 3 2 25 Rose 11 0-20-02-3000 Barry 18 1-20-00-1203 Udrih 12 2-4 1-2 0-1015 Horry 23 1-4 7-9 5-8129 Marks 40-66-00-0000 Brown 50-20-00-1000 Totals 240 33-71 19-27 13-41 17 14 90 Percentages: FG .465, FT .704.3-Point Goals: S-I4, .357 (Bowen 2-4, Ginobili 2-5, Barry 1-2, Parker 0-1, Horry Team Rebounds: 14. Team Turnovers: 20 (19 Blocked Shots: 8 (Bowen 2, Duncan, Ginobili, Horry, Marks, Barry, Turnovers: 17 (Parker 4, Rose 3, Horry 3, Duncan 2, Ginobili 2, Barry 2, Steak: 10 (Duncan 2, Barry 2, Udrih 2, Rose, Gi- nobili, Horry, 24 21 22 13-1 M 2} 17 the team since 1973 as former manager of food service at Mac- Arthur Stadium and at Scalione, a partner at the Mel- vin Melvin law firm, received the Tom Higgins Bull Pen Chief Award for a community leader who supports the SkyChiefs. Scalione's firm donates money to the Francis House every time a SkyChiefs" player hits a home run or ground-rule double over the Melvin Melvin sign in right-center field.... Lady SkyChiefs softball pitch- er Kim Schweitzer received an award for being named the 2002 Onondaga High School League Pitcher of the Year. Schweitzer, from Cicero-North Syracuse High School, has spent five years with the Lady SkyChiefs" elite team.... The SkyChiefs and Dick's Sporting Goods presented worth of baseball equip- ment to QIC Ciioiicugci Luuo League. Established in 1989, the Challenger Division is for boys and girls ages 5 through 18 who have physical or mental disabili- ties. The annual Challenger game at is Aug. 8. National Basketball Association Bulls bop Bobcats for fifth in a row Chicago's reserves combine for 63 points in Q 101 -93 victory over Charlotte. The Associated Press Jannero Pargo scored all 14 of his points in the fourth quarter and Andres Nocioni added 17 points off the bench to lead the Chicago Bulls to a 101-93 victo- ry over the Charlotte Bobcats on Thursday night at Chicago. Eric Piatkowski added 16 points for Chicago, which ex- tended its winning streak to five MOA games. The Bulls have won 12 of 13 ROUNDUP games md eight straight at home. The Bobcats have dropped 10 straight and have the NBA's worst road record, 1-18. It was the first meeting be- tween former college teammates Emeka Okafor and Ben Gordon, national championship. Gordon spent the entire second half on the bench, and Okafor was held to four points. Trailing 73-71 late in the third quarter, Bulls coach Scott Skiles turned to his reserves. They to- taled 63 points for the game. Mstora, ft, PKMS 76: At Tnriinnnnnlic.- rhaiTnTWV BilUlOS scored 20 points and laysnaun Prince had 16 points and seven rebounds as Detroit used bal- anced scoring to defeat Indiana. It was the second meeting be- tween the teams since Nov. 19. when Pacers players brawled with Pistons fans. Both games have been in Indianapolis, and both times the Pistons have won. Detroit won its second straight after losing four in a row, while Indiana has lost three straight and five of seven. Spurs 90, Kings 80: At San Antonio, Manu Ginobili scored 25 points and Tim Duncan added 20 for San Antonio, who fended off a late rally. Sacramento, which lost to the Spurs by 30 points at home Sunday, made it more of a contest despite playing without Peja Stojakovic, who sat out with back spasms. LeBron James unlikely to play against Knkks LeBron James underwent fur- ther medical tests on his sprained left antie, which is not as badly hurt as it looked when the Cleve- land Cavaliers star crumpled to the floor Wednesday night. James traveled with his team- mates to New York but was not expected to play tonight against the Knicks. James will be re- evaluated today and is currently listed as a game-uine UCUSIUH.   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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