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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - April 14, 1997, Darmstadt, Hesse Monday, April 14, 1997 SPORTS SCOREBOARD THE’STARS AND STRIPES Page 27 hockey ¥ 1 3 ■7S ■ 1National Hockey League . .    ■    ■; (All times Eastern) ..'■,    ;: ■ ■■ ■ . EASTERN CONFERENCE .    .    ■ Atlantic Division . ■    ,    ■■ W L ,T Pis GF GA z-New Jersey;.,:.;.............45    £2    14    104    227    177    ■ V.Phlladelphia.,;„...„.,...,,..44 24 13 101 269 213: x-Flortda  .....,;...,..,j.35    28    19    89    221    201 X-N.Y, Rangers. 38    34    ‘10. 86    258    231 ;.Tampa Bay..............32    39    10    74    216    245 Washington................;.....,32 40 - 9 73 206 228 ■ N,Y. Islanders ........,...,..29    41    12    :,70    240    .250 Northeast Division ...    ■ y-BuflalO..........I.:,.--,'-.-,--..40 29    12    92    234    200 i-PMsburgh.38 .35    6 -    84    282    273 x-Ottawa;.„,J.31 36    15    77    226    234. X-Mon1real...............i.........3r36    15    77    249    276 Hartford........................'.....31 39    11    73    224    255 Boston  .25 47 9. '69 227 297 .. WESTEHN CONFERENCE , ■    ■ ■    .    ; ■ . Central Division ■■■:......-    , y.Dallas...„...,...,.,....„...;..;.4a 25 e 104 250 193 . . x-Detrolt ,..;,,...,.,.,.38    25    18    94    252    194 x-Phoenhc ..l.,. ............38    37    7    B3    240    243 x-Sl. Uoul3.........................35 35 11 r 81 533 238 . x-Chlcago...33 35-13 -.79 218 208 . Toronto,-,,; .,...,,..,,30 44 . 8 68 230 273 pacific Olvislon ■    ■ ■ Z-Cotorado;,...,..149    23    9-107    275    201 : x-Anaheim..:.;,.  ...........36    33-13 .. 85    245    233 , :    Edmonton ..........„,,,36    37    9 . 81    252    247 Vancouver...,;..„........;.;.....35    40    7 77    257    273 Calgary.,......;....;........,......32    41    9    - 73    214    239 Los Angeles,:,,,.......... ..27    4 3    11    65    210    266 : San Jose    ,,27 47 , 8 62 211. 278 1 . z-cllnched conference title    ■ . ■    ■ y-cllnched division title    .    ..    :    ■ x-cllnched playoff berth    ■■:■•■    ■'    .    . ■Saturday's results ■■■    ■,. Ottawa 1, Buffalo 0    . ■■:-    -    -    . .    - Philadelphia 3. Montreal 3, tie    ■: ■ -:    ■    . Washington 8, N.Y. Islanders 2 ,    ,/ Toronto4, Calgary 1    • •    : Los Angeles 4. San Jose 1    .    v    : Vancouver 5, Edmonton 4.    -    .    -    . ■    - ■    -    Sunday's    games-;    ,    -    .    . ■ Pittsburgh at Boston, 1:3(1    ••    . - - Tampa Bay al Hartford, 1:30 p.m. ... St. Louis al Detroit, 3 p.m. , ■    . Chicago at Dallas, 3 p.m..    ■    ■ -    ;    ■•■••...    -. ■ Washington at Buffalo. 7 p.m.    ~    ,    ..    ■    . - -. New Jersey at Philadelphia,.? p.m. - -    -........ Los Angeles at Colorado, 9 p.m.    ■ End of regular season Senators 1, Sabres 0 '"Buffalo,,,,,,,,,,......  ,,0    0 0-0 Ottawa...,.............;.,.,....,....,......... .0    0 1—1 . Third period—1, Ottawa; Duchesne. (Yashin,-: McEachorn). 15:59.    . .    :■■■    .    .    .    .    :    ■ Shots on goal—Buffalo 6-8-3—17,Ottawa 9-7: 18-34.    ■■    -. ■■    '■■    :■'    -    :' . Power-play opportunities—Buffalo 0 of 1: Otta-waOolB. : - - ■    .    ■    -.    . ; 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 Yor>tlstandersr,.'.J.;,„.i......l....;.;..;.0 ,0 ' .2—2. Washington,.,.,.',,I.—,....,..0 4 ; -2—6 . ' Second period— 1, Washington, Miller 10 (Jo-.-hansson); 8:24, 2,: Washington ..Johansson 6 (Ea-.--gles),- 6:45. 3,. Washington,. Hunter -14 (Reekie, 1 Miller), 18:58. 4, Washington, Berube 4 (Cote, Ni-. kolishin). 18.66. .' Third Period—5, New 'York,. Smolinski 28 ; (Houda, Relchel),-4;08 (pp). 6, Washington, Bond- ■ ra 45 (Konowalchuk, Cole), 9:Q2..7,.Washington, : KaminskiT, 13;Q1. 8. New York, Hughes 7 (Plante, : ■■ Houda), 19:07. :    ■ . ■' ' - :    -■■ - '•■■■■ ■ Shots on goal—New York 5-5-12-^22. Washmg-.-ton 13-15-10-38.    -. .-■■■■■. : Power-play opportunities—New York I of 3; Washington 0 of 3. -    ■    .    ■    .    ■■■ ,    -Goalies—Now-York, Fichau 09-14-4 (38 shots, 32 saves), Washington, Ranford 20-23-10 (22-20).   A-17.407 (18,130).    ■    '    "    ■ Kings 4, Sharks 1 . San Jose..’.,,,..;,,,,,,,;.....,..L..,..vr.U..>^..-l 0 - 0—1 . Los Angelos.,..,.  .....   2    1    1—4 ........: .Fjrst period-1, Los Angelos, Khrislich 19 (Mur- .■■■ ray),:28. 2, San Jose, Pelwnen 2 (Krupa), 1:07.. 3,. Los Angeles. Boucher 6 (Ferraro, Murray), 17:34 (PP).    -    ■.    -    ■    .-    i"    ■■    .    ■ ■ ■ . Second period—4, Los Angeles, Boucher 7 (Ferraro* Khflstlch), 4:23. .    ;:■■■:    ' Third period-5, Los Angelos. Nurminen 16 (Tsyplakov), 15:54.    :    —    ■    ■    ■    .-    ■ . Shois on goal—San Jose 6-11-10—27. Los Angeles 9-6-20—35.    .    ■■■■■■    ■    .    ■    .    :    ■    ■ ■    : Power-play opportunities—San Jose 0 of 4; Los Angelos 1 of 3.    7    ■    ”    -    ' Goalies—San!Jose, Hrudey 16-24-5 (35 shots-31 saves). Los Angeles, Storr 1-1-1 (27-26). . ; . ; . A-15,764 (16.005), '■    ‘    ; Flyers 3, Canadiens 3 Philadelphia. -.......... 0    2    1    0—3 Montreal.  .............  1    1    1    0—3 . First period—1, Montreal, Koiyu 17 (Recchl, Corson), 9:10.    -    '    '    .    . Second period—2, Philadelphia, Brind'Amour 26 (Thenen, Falloon), 5:44. 3. Montreal. Stevenson 8 (Savage, Thornton), 7:08, 4, Philadelphia, . Klatt 23 (Desjardins, Prospal), 13:15 (pp). Third period—5, Philadelphia, Prospal 5 (Le-Clair), 1;42. 6. Montreal, Damphousse 27 (Quin-. . ' tal), 6:04. •• :    •    ■■    .    .    ■    : Shots on goal—Philadelphia 12-8-8-5—33, ■    Montreal! 3-15-12-3-43.    ,    - Power-play-opportunities —Philadelphia 1 0(2; Montreal 0 oi 4.    '    '    ■    '    . ■ Goalies—Philadelphia, Show 13-8-8 (43 shots-. 40 saves)- Montreal. Thibault 22-24-11 (33-30); A—21,273 (21.273).    .    .    ;    , Leafs 4, Flames 1 Calgary  ......;......  1    .0    0-1-. Toronto     1    1 2—4 '; . First ■ period—1; Toronto; Sundln 41 (Berezin, Potvin), 7:24: 2,'Calgary, Bouchard 4 (McCarthy); -9:16.. ..    ■    ■■ Second period—3, Toronto, Yushkevlch 4, 3:43. Third period—4, Toronto, Berezin 25' (Suhdin. J.Smlth),7:43„5, Toronto, Clark 30 (Macoun, War-: rinor), t9:05 (en),    .    - Shots on goal-Caigary 13-10-16—39,Toronto . 7-8-5-20.    ■ Power-play opportunities—Calgary^0 of 0; To-rontoOOfO. ■■■■■■    ■    . '    .:    ■    ■    ■    ■    .1 ; ..Goalies—Calgary, Rotoson 9-14-3 (20 shots-18 saves),Toronto, Potvin 27-36-7 (39-38).- i :    ■ A-15,726 (15,728).    ... . . ..Canucks 5> Oilers 4 Edmonton 1 2—4 ■ Vancouver.,;. ..................2 :3 0—5 ■ . . First , period—1, Edmonton, Smyth 39, (Buch-berger), ;40. 2, Vancouver Brashear-7 (Slllinger, ■ Noonan), 8:19. 3, Vancouver, Brashear 8 (StaTos, Walker), 17:39.    . , .Second period—4, Vancouver, Gelmas 35 (Lummo. Bohonos), 1:41 (pp). 5, Vancouver, Nas-lund 20 (Ridley, Staios);: 12:31,6, Vancouver, Nas-lund 21 (Roberts, Staios), 15:43. 7, Edmonton, Irv Iranuovo l (Klima, Bannlsler), 18:55,. .'    ■ • Third period—8, Edmonton, Amott 19 (Weight), 5:50 (pp). 9, Edmonton, Weight 21 (McGniis), 19:45. ' .■■■■■■ ..' ■ ■ -'...    ...    -v.    :    ■    ■    .. . Shots on goal—Edmonton tt-20-14—451 Van-.. COuver 8-9-8—25. ■■.    ■..■■..■    .■    -.. "    ■■    -.. Power-play opportunities—Edmonton 1 ol 8; . Vancouver 1 of2..    .    ‘    -    ^ . Goalies—Edmonton; Joseph (16 shots-12. - saves), Essensa 4-6-0 (12:31 second, 9-8). Van- -couver, McLean 21-IB-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    -    -    •'    -    r- Houston 3, San Antonio 1    :    ■    :    . Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 3    ■    ■    .    .    •    . ; Long Beach 4, Utah 2 .    '    " iv. ,v;    ' . ' ■' Chicago3, Manitoba0    •-    ■■    :.v    . Michigan6,Orlando2    ; Quebec5, Indianapidlls 1    ' AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE .    ; ; . , . - v Saturday’s results    .    . ... Rochester 2, .Adirondack 2, tie .. Springfield 3, Binghamton 1    .    ;    V    ;    ■:    ,    •/    '    '    • . Sainl John 2, Fredericton 2. tie - ■ • ■ .: _■    .    ... . Kentucky 2,Hershey 1.OT '■ V    l Baltimore 6, Philadelphia 5, OT . ■/ ’ ... Portland5,Providence4    .-.;r . 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 senes 2-0 -    .    .    .■    ■    ■    .    •    ■    .    ; Richmond 6, Pensacola 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 wips series'4-2;. ' ■■    '    Championship    (Best-of-7)    .    ■    ■    ■ .    ■    . Saturday, April 19    .    . ■ Memphis al Fort Worth, 8:35 p.m. • V ..■ ; . . , COLONIAL HOCKEY LEAGUE' ^ ■    ■    ■    Division finals (Best-of-7) .    . ■    East    Division.    .;    , .    ■■    .    ■■    Saturday's    result    ■    : ' Flint 6. Brantford 4, Flint leads series 1-0    ■. .. ■.    -    ■ ;. Sunday's game , ■■ ■ Flint Bt Brantford '    .    ■    .    ■    - -    .    '■    ■■    ' Wesl Division    ..    ■ ■    Saturday's    resutl    ■    ■■ ' Thunder Bay 5, Quad City 3.- Thunder Bay . leads . .    ■ sones i-O .■ •    .    .    •    .: .    .    :■    , Sunday's game    ■    . ■ Thunder Bay at Quad City "777 -    '~rv WEST COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE 1    .    i    Rnals    (Best-ot-7) '.. ■_    .    Sunday's    game-    . ■: Anchorage al San'Diego, San Diego leads series tobowlingPBA Bud Light LAKE GROVE, N.Y. (AP) — .Final-round results Saturday of the PBA Bud Ughi Championship with games playod, total pintails and money winnings: ■    1, Wayne Webb, Las Vegas, i game,. 181, $37,000. 2, Amloto Monacelli, Venezuela, 2 games, 417 $19,000. 3, Pete Waber, St Ann, Mo., 3 names 651. $14,000. 4, Brian Himmler. Cincinnati, 1. game, 193, $10,000. 5, Dave D'EntremonL Mid-dlebug Heights, Ohio, 1 game,.208, $8,000.    .    , ■.    ■    ptayoff    results ■ Weber defeated D'Entremont 217-208, Weber defeated Himmler. 221-193    '    •    .    ■ MonacoK delooted Wobor. 244-213.    .    / ■    Championship Webb defeated MonacelS, .181-173.    ■' soccer Major League Soccer ■ (Afi times Eastern) ..,    ■.    ,' Eastern Conference ■ ■■ -    '    W    L    SOW    PtS    GF GA TampaBBy;.; 3    0    0    .    9-.    -8 -2 ' D.C.    3    0    ■ V    7    7    3'    • New England,.,  ...... 1    2    0    -    3    2    7 . ..- NY-NJ I........................ 1    3    0    3    5    5 Columbus..-.:;,....:......,;....... IV 111    13 Western Conference    .    , Kansas Glty;........................ 2    1    .1    4.    6    6 San Jose........;:.;......;.......... 2    2    .-i    4    7,5 Colorado.... 1.    2    .0    3 .    5,8 Dallas...J.v.;.... 1    1    ■ 0    ;    3    2    2.-    ■■ Los Angeles.j,. 9    3    0    ■    0    3    -    7 : : NOTE: Three points for victory, qne point for :, shootout win and zero polnts for toss:.    ' ■ ; - ■ .....'    ■    Saturday's results    ■    ,■ Tampa Bay 2, Kansas City 1    ,    ,    , New York-New Jersey 3. New England 1    ..    .    ■ Washington D.C. 5, Colorado 2 ..    ,    ■ .    ,.    .    . San Jose 4, LOS Angeles 1    .    : -i.' . Sunday's game    -    " Dallas at Columbus '. . •    ■    ■    ; . . - ■ v    Friday's games ■ Dallas at Kansas City, 8:30 p.m,. ;■    - ■; ■■ Colorado pi 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. • v .    .P' Tampa Bay at New England, 5;15 p.m. .    :. .    . Mutiny % Wizards 1 Kansas City...............;;......:.,...........  ..0    1^1 , Tampa Bay ;..:;,,;.„,;;;..,;,,,..L.,;:.;...;..,..'.:.....;Vl ■ 1—2 ■ . ; : First half-1, Tampa Bay, Valderrama (penalty kick), 36thmlnule. . Second half—2, Kansas City, Prekl (Takawira, Okafor), 60th: 3, Tampa Bay, Ralston (Valderrama, . da Silva), 81st.    •    !.    v;. "V- Goalies—Kansas..City, Ammanrrr Tampa Bay,. Dougherty.    •-    ..    1    ,    . A—9,512.    ’    ~    “ ... " . . • ; . ¥ • _ .. Metrostars 3, Revolution 1 . New England... ..........,,.,.,1    0—1,' .: New York-New Jersey ...........,...;1    2—3 ■    First had—1. New England, George (Kerr, Nee-. ■■ veda), 16th minuie. 2, New York-New Jersey, Sav- . arBse (Donadom), 17th;,;    ■..•••• :■}.    ■    \    . . Second hall—3, New- York-New. Jersey, Sava- ■ reso (De Avila), 55!h. 4,    New York-New Jersey, Wood (De Aquita, Joseph), 82nd    •    .    - •, Goalies—New England, Zenga; New York-New . Jersey.Meola. ■■ ■ : •    :    ■ .■    ■    ;■ ■■■-. ..■    ■ ■ - . A—20,328. United 5, Rapids 2    . 1 Washington D.C. ........ ^........,-,....,2    3—'5 1 Colorado  ......   2.    0—2 Rrst half-1, Washinglon, Diaz Area (Harkes,. Sanneh), 9th minute; 2, Washington, Diaz. Arce. (Etcheverry, Harkes), 26th. 3, Colorado, Henderson (Bartlett, Paz), 29th. 4. Colorado, Vermes , (Bartlett),38th.    -    ■    ' . . . -    ' -    - Second half—5, Washington, Diaz Arce (penalty ■- ■ kick), 64th. 6, Washington,"Moreno, 76ih. 7, Washington, Diaz Area (Elcheverry, Agoos), 86th. .. Goalies—DlC., Garlick; Colorado, Grafer; ^ ':■ A—4,434.    ■■■'::.' . /.V.;V- ■ ’■ Clash 4, Galaxy 1    _ Los Angelas.;...:;.,..'..;,;...,...l 0-1 San Jose.. :................1    .3—4 Rrst hall—1'. San Jose, Klnnaar (Wynalda), 9th . minute. 2. Los Angeles, Cianfuegos. 38th.    ■    . Second. half—3; San Jose..-Doyle (Wynalda), ■ B1lh, 4, San Joso, Cerntos (Lewis), 70th;-5, San Jose, Urbany: (Lewis), 89th.    :    ■    ■ ■ ' Goalies—Los Angeles, Kramer; San Jose,. Salz- wedal.    .    1    V r.'■ ■ . -A—17,628,    . '■    ■ •    ,-... NPSL playoffs "    ■    Conference semifinals (best-ol-3) " , . (Alt times Eastern) ' • ■'    .    ■ .    .    ' Saturday's results ■ . .:    .- .    American    Conference- Harrisburg 13. Cincinnait 12, Harnsburg win series. ' 2-0 ■■ ' ' ■ ■    ■ •.    ■ National Conference    ■ St. Louis 19, Edmonton 18,    SL    Louis    leads    senes 1-0    ■■    ■■    ■■■    •■    '■ ■ Sunday’s games . St. Louis at Edmonton ,    ,    • Kansas City Al Buffalo, Kansas City leads senes 1-0 - — A-League - Saturday’s results . Raleigh 2, Carolina 1 ■    .    -    — Jadtsomnlla 3. Toronto 1    ■ Vancouver 1, Seattle 0    .    .    .    —..... .    Friday,    Apr. 18 Long Island at Orlando -    .    -    : . Milwaukee at Nashville ■    -    j    .    .    .    .    ..    -V El Paso at California - ■    ■    ■    •    ■ Seattle at Vancouver .'    . football World League (AlltimeslocaO    '■■'■■■■■ ■ . .. . '    .'■■..'■■■■    .'.    W L Pet. PF PA Barcelona,.,....  ...... 1    0    .1.000    27.    12    ;. Sc ol land.  ......1    0    1.000-16    3    : Frankfurt..;. 0    0    .000 . 0    0    ■ London.. ...................0    0    .000 ■ 0    0 Amsterdam.o    ." 1    ■ •.Vooo-    :-3    18    ■■ Rhein..,-....:.....,0    1    V .000    12 '    27    ■ Saturday's scores    ■.-.■■■    ■    . . Barcelona 27, Rhein 12 V ' ■. ■■'    V    .-'j Scotland 16. Amsterdam 3    ■    ■■■    ■    ■ .. ■.■, Sunday’s game    -    ■ ,.....; .. Frankfurt at London    .    .    .    • .■    •    ■    .    Saturday,    April    19    ..    :    .    :    .    .    . Amsterdam at Frankfurt, 7p.m. ■    .    1 - -:    Sunday,    April    20..    ,    ■    .    . Barcelona at Scotland, 3 p.m.    :    .: London at Rhein, 4 p.m.    ,    . Claymores 16/ Admirals 3 Scotland., 8 0 10—16    . Amsterdam-....  J...0 0 0 3— 3 . Second quarter    ■ Scot—Kaalohelo 1 run (kick failed), 14:10.    ■    .    ■ • ■ :; ■ -.    .' . . ■    Fourth quarter-    ...-.■ Scot—FG Gromoos 22.    :10.    .    .    '    ' Amst—FG Quass 32,4:25., .    . Scot— Dickerson 26 run (Gronroos kick) ,11:52,. A—16,185.    1 '•■■ ■■ ■-    ..    Scot    ■ ■    Amst First downs ■    .    .    19    ..    .    ■    ■ ■ 6 - Rushes-yards ..    -    i- 32-135    .    20-49 : Passing    199    75    ., ‘Puntreturns. :    :    ■'    ,3-28    1.-0    ■ Kickoff returns    ’    2-62    4-74    ■ Interceptions ret.    .    0-00    .    .0-00 Comp-att-int ' .    234J1-0    12-22-0 Sacked-yards lost    6-45    ■    1-7 ■ 'Punts ■    ■ *■'■    4-30,3    .    : 7-38.4 ' Fumbles-lost . . , ’•    ■.,•'■■■■    .,■;. 3-1    ■,    ■ -1-1 ■: Penaltles-yards .. . ■;    ;    ■'    ■    6-32    B-50 Time of possession :    , . ■    34.03    26:57 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Scottand, Didrereon 18-92, Bam 10t , 39, Kaaiohelo 3-3, Papin T-1, Amsterdam; Sscca 4-23, Dawkins 11-15, Moss 3-2, Temming 1-6, Davis 1-3. PASSING-Scotland, Barr 23-31-0-206. Amsterdam. Sacca 12-22-0-120.    '■    ■    . '    . RECEIVING--Scotland; Murphy 5-70, Dickerson 5-45, Brady 4-39, Kaalohelo 4-22. Smith 2-27, r Couper 2-8, Papin l-(mlnus 6), Amsterdam, Davis' 4-33, Telllson 2-39, Rachal 2-13, Moss 1-19, Chan-dlor 1-9, Smith 1-5. Dickerson 1-2,    .    .    :    .    ' MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. . '■ -..    .    ■■-:-;.■■■ Dragons 27# Fire 12    . Barcelona..............;..........,............7    14    6.    0—27-    ■ Rhein... ...... -3    3    ■■■3_    3-12 ■ :■" ■    ■■    Rrsl    quarter    " -Rhein— FGBurgsmuller28, 9:28.    ;    .    ■ - Bar—Wilson 17 passjrom Kltria (Angoy kick), . -12:20, ■■.. ■. . -■Second quarter    ...... Bar—Hicks 16 run (Angoy kick), 5:05. .    .    ■ . Bar—Browning 16 pass from Kitna (Angoy kick), . 10:47,    - Rhein— FG Larsen 38.15:00. .    ■    ■    . .. ■■    .    Third    quarter    ■    .    .    .■ . Rhein—FG'Burgsmuller 23, 7:50..    ■    ■    . Bar—Wilson 40 pass .from Kitna' (PAT Tailed), .: 11:52. _    __ . Fourth quarter . .... r-.'. Rheiri—FG Burgsmuller 26; 1:07,. "■ A—17,150.    >; •    ■■•■.,.■ . ■ ■   ■    Bar    1    Rhein First downs ■■    ■    _ ■    20    21 ■ Rushes-yards    T    ■.    24-135 ■ 31-174 Passing    "    ■    ■■    ■    . ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 229    .    ■’    184 PUnt returns    ■!',1 '■    )-;    - 2-8'    3-26 - Kickoff returns  --■■—.    :    4-26    5-108 ■ Interceptions ret.    ■■ .    1-23    ,    . 0-0 ■. Comp-Att-Int .- . - .-    '.    18-26-0    ,19-43-1. Sacked-yards lost    .    .    3-14.    0-0 ' PuntS ....... -    ' • •• •    .. ■: 4-41.0. .3-40,3 Fumbles-lost ■' :    .. -V 7 2-1    0-0 PenalUos-yBrds    -.'■■■;—..-.■■■■    5-27    3-25 Time of Possession ■    .    ■■    :    26:26    .■    33:34. .    INDIVIDUAL    STATISTICS.    : RUSHING—Barcelona, Hicks 9-48, Wtlbum 944, Kitna 6-43. Rhein, Rubley 7-84, Carter 8-44, . Clark 7-39. Powers 9-7.    ■    .    .    .    ■    ■ — - PASSING—Barcelona, Kitna IB-26-0-243. '• Rhein, Rubley 19-43-1-184 ■:    RECEIVING—Barcelona; ■ Wilson 6-107, _ Browning 4-49, Bumett 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, Dritlem 2-11,-Carter 1' (minus 1).    ■, -    .    "    ■ ■ V    ■'■.'' ' . MISSED FIELD GOALS-Nono. '■■■ ;    : ' .    .1997 NFL Draft order NEW YORK (AP) — Order lor the 1997 NFL draft, scheduled Saturday and Sunday. 1. New York Jets    16.    Tampa    Bay    (from    San ^ .    ". ..... •    ■    ■    Diego)    ■    ,    ; 2. Oakland (from New    ■    .    -    . Orleans)    17.    Washington "    .    3. Seattle (from Atlanta)    16. Kansas City .    ■ '    4. Baltimore    i.    19.    Indianapolis..... 5. Detroit    "    .    2a    Minnesota    ■■ 6. SL Louis    ■    21.    Jacksonville    • ■ . “    .    7. New York Giants    ■'    22:    Philadelphia    - -    8.    TwnpaBay,    23.    Buffalo ,    . 9. Arizona    ..    24,    Pittsburgh 10. New Orleans (from    ■ Oakland)    25.    Dallas    . 11. Atlanta (from Chicago ' _ v through Seattle) ■ 26.. San Francisco . .    12.    Seattle ■    .    27.    Carolina ■    13. Houston .    ..    26.    Denver -    14, Craannati . ...    ■    29,    New    England: 15. Miami ■    30.    Green    Bay    . auto racing NASCAR Snacks 250 BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) -Moore’s Snacks 250 NAS1 Results Saturday of the CAR Busch Grand Nation-' at race at Bristol Motor Speedway, with starting position in parentheses, driver, hometown, make of car,. laps completed, reason-out M any, money won and winner's average speed in mph: 1. (3) Jeff Burton, South'Boston, Va., Ford. 250. $30,735. 74.743 mph; 2, (2) Mike McLaughlin. Wa-■; lertoo, N.Y,, ChevroleL 250, $25,010; 3. (B) Randy LaJoie, Norwalk, Conn, Chevrolet; 250, $16,860: 4. (32) Michaet.Wattnp, Owensboro, Ky„ Ford. 250. $7,385; 5. (4) [>ck Trickle,. Wisconsin Rapids, Wis, , Chevrolet, 250, $7,360; 6. (15) Steve Park, North-port, N.Y,, Chevrolet; 250, $6,885; 7. (24).Tim Fede^ ■ wa. Holt, Mich, Chevrolet, 2S0, $7,53S; 8, (21) Phil Parsons, Detroit; ChevroleL 250, $6,935; 9. (19) Jason Keller, Greenville, ■ S.C., Chevrolet,. 250, $9,090; 10. (35) Buckshol Jones; Tucker, Ga, Poor ttac, 250, $10,090; 11. (13) Larry Pearson, Spartanburg, S.C, Ford. 250. $4,530; 12. (5) Jeff Green. Owensboro,- Ky, Chevrolet, 250, $8,795; 13.- (9) Stevie Reeves, Speedway, Ind, Ford, 249, $6,490; 14. (2B) EWott Sadler. Emporia, Va, Chevrolet,' 249, $8,455; .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 Wallace; SL Louis; ChevroleL 248, $4,375:18. (20) Glenn Alien, Cincinnati, ChevrcrfeL'247, $5,850, 19. ■ (18) Tim Sieele, Coopersvifle, MKtl., Chevrolet, 247,. $8,035; 20. (33) Rodney Combs, Lost Creek; W.Va., ChevroleL 246, $4,690; 21. (1) Hermie Sadler. Emporia, Va. ChevroleL 245. fire, *7,515; 22. (22) Brad Teague, Johnson CityrTena, Ford, 243, $4,205; 23. (30) Dennis Setter, Newton. N.C..: ChevroleL 240, $5,680; 24. (6) Sbana HaJ,j Fountain Inn, S.C., ■ (16) Rick-Wilson, Bartow, Fla, ChevrcAel, 227; engine, $4,105; 28. (12) Kevin Lepage, Shelburne, Vt„ . ChevroleL 225, $7,830; 29. (25) Jefl Fuller, Auburn, ■ Mass.; Chevrolet, 223, wreck, $7,805; 30, (26) Todd. Bodine; Chemung, N.Y.; . Ponilac, 223, wreck, . $5,160; 31. (10) Mike Dillon, Lexington, N.C., ChevroleL 217, $7,085; 32. (31) Ellon Sawyer, Chesa- ■ pcake. Va., Ford, 205, $4,235: 33. (37) Greg Seeks, . Mamtuck, N.Y., ChevroleL 204, wreck, $3,135; 34. (36)' Mark. Krogh, Kamlah, Idaho, Chevrolet. 199,-$3,095;- 35. (S3) Tracy- Leslib. Mount . Clemens, Mich.,. Pontiac,: 163, wreck, *4,075; 36. (29) Joe . Bessey, Scarborough,' Maine, ■ ChevroleL. 141,. wreck, $4,055;-37.. (41)- Jeff McClure, Charlotte, : N.C., Ford. 105. wrodt. $3,035; 38. (17) Mark Martin, BateSwlle. Aik,, Ford, 103, wrack, $3,000; 39, (23) Ron Barfield, Floronce, S.C., Ford, 102, wreck, $4,000; -40. (14) Mark Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 49; wreck, $4,000; 41.-(40) Robbie Reis--er, -Allentown, Wis., ChevroleL 24, engine. $3,000, ,.42: p9).Curtis Markham, Fredericksburg, Va., Ford, 14, wreck,$3,000.    . ■ :. ..    ■■ :    ■    ■ ■.•■■■.■ ■■ Race statistics:-' ■ •' Time of race: 1 hour. 46 minutes, 58 seconds; ■ Margin ol victory: under cautkxi; Caulx>n flags: 9 for 67 laps; Lead changes; 6 among 5 drivers,- . ■ —Lap leaders: H.Sodler -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;. Bodine 1,299; Parsons 1,295; J.Green 1,209; Tpcklo 1,197; Jones 1,132; Sawyer 1,071; Fedewa 1,049;. Mc-. Laughin 1,014; E,Sadler 1,01 iv    ■    -    .    ■transactionsFriday ■    .    ■    BASKETBALL    " ■    . . National Basketball Association .    :    .    ■ INDIANA PACERS—Activated F Damn Ham from the injured list ■■.,    ..    :    •    ■.    ■ LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS-^Signed C Rich Man- mno for the remainder of the season.    -    ■■:    ■ ■'"'■■    FOOTBALL    . . '    . National Football League .    : ATLANTA FALCONS—Signed WR -Todd Kinchen and C8 Ronnie Bradford to two-year contracts,    . CHICAGO BEARS—Agreed to teims with C8 Tyrone Hughes on a three-year contracL Signed OT Andy Heck to a three-y ear contract extension. —    . MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed QB Randall Cun-mngham lo a one-year contract. ...    ■ ■■    . - SAN DIEGO CHAHGERS-Signed F8 Carwell : Gardner to a two-year contract. ■    : - TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS-Named Ricky Thomas offensive assistant coach.    ■    ■ ■    .    • Arena Football League .    ■ , V ANAHEIM PIRANHAS-Activated WR-OB Estrus , Crayton from the exempt tisl FLORIDA BOBCATS - Placed. FB-LB Joe'- John- , son on recallable waivers. :    .    ■ . MILWAUKEE MUSTANGS-Activated FB-LB Uncoin Coteman from the exempt list. Waived OL-DL , Akili Calhoun. WR-D0 Chris Ford. OB Michael John-, ■' son and-WR-DB Elton Rhoades. ‘ . : NEW YORK CITYHAWKS—Waived WR-DB Ken-' ' ■ nejth Colon. Ptaeed OL-QL Frank Boudreax on m" iuredreserve,' ■■■'■'■ '    ■    ■    .    '    ■    .' FIELD HOCKEY -■ U,S FIELD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION-Named Pam Hixon coach ol the national team. '    “    ■’...... .    . HOCKEY . -    . National Hockey League    - HARTFORD WHALERS-Recalled LW Jeff Daniels from Spmgfieid of the AHL    . MONTREAL CANADIENS—Assigned    D    Brao    ■ ■    Brown to Fredoncton of the AHL    ■ PHILADELPHIA FLYERS-Loaned    G    Bnan    “ :    Boucher to Philadelphia of the AHL.    ■ VANCOUVER CANUCKS - Loaned D Brent    So pel ■ to Syracuse of the AHL    ■    ■ ,    .    ■ , ■ American Hockey League BALTIMORE BANDfTS-Signed LW Mike Po- ■ michter. ■    '■ .    .    1    ■    . - HAMILTON BULLDOGS—Signed LW Steve G<i> son. ",    ' :.......~    ■    '    ■    ■ HERSHEY BEARS—Signed RW Trevor Converse . and HW Chris George. Recalled C Jamie Lng from Mobile of the ECHL    . ST, JOHN'S MAPLE LEAFS-Loaned C Brendan Yarema to South Carolina of the ECHL COLLEGE CAL POLY-SAN LUIS OBiSPO- Named Larry Welsh football coach. DELAWARE STATE—Named James Dubose ■ men's basketball coach. . EASTERN KENTUCKY ,-Named Scott Perry . men's basketball coach.    ■    ■    ■-    ' HAMPTON U-—Named Patricia Bibbs women's basketball coach. '    ■ MISSOURI-ROLLA—Named Jeny Lasko assistant ■ tootttaB coach.    ■ RUTGERS-Named Chuck Warner men's anp ■ women's swimming and diving coach. WRIGHT STATE—Named Will Rey men's assist-■' ant basketball coach. ■    '    ■ Saturday BASEBALL . National League    ' CINCINNATI REDS—Recalled SS Pokey Reese from Indianapolis of the Amencan Association. Optioned OF Ozzie Timmons to Indianapolis.    ■ NEW YORK METS—Recalled OF Matt Franco from Norfolk of the International League. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Placed 2B Roderio Mejia on tha 15-day disablod laL Recalled INF Steve Scarsone from Louisville of the American Assocra-fion. Transferred RHP Bnan Barber from .the 15- to the 60-day disabled list. ■    ■    ■    ■ ;