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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Tuesday, May 30, 2000Scoreboard Baseball American League At A Glance By The Associated Press All Times CDT East Division Boston New York Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay W 28 28 27 22 16 L 18 19 25 26 33 Pct .609 .596 .519 .458 .327 Central Division Chicago Cleveland Kansas City 25 Minnesota 23 W 28 25 L 21 22 24 28 Pct. .571 .532 .510 .451 GB 1/2 4 7 131/2 GB 2 3 6 Baltimore 5, Tampa Bay 1 Texas (Rogers 3-5) at Detroit (Weaver 1- 4), 6:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Slrotka 3-4) at Seattle (Halama 5-0), 7:05 p.m. Only games scheduled Tuesday’s Games Texas (Loaiza 3-2) at Detroit (Moehler 1-3), 6:05 p.m. Anaheim (Schoeneweis 5-2) at Cleveland (Burba 4-1), 6:05 p.m. Minnesota (Redman 3-0) at Toronto (Escobar 4-5), 8:05 p.m. Oakland (Appier 4-3) at N.Y. Yankees (Mendoza 5-2), 6:05 p.m. Kansas City (Suppan 2-4) at Boston (Fassero 5-1), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Ponson 2-2) at Tampa Bay (Yan 2-2), 6:15 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Baldwin 7-1) at Seattle (Abbott 1-1), 9:05 p.m. Saturday’s Games Atlanta 6, Houston 5 Colorado 7, Pittsburgh 6 Chicago Cubs 3, San Francisco 2,11 innings Arizona 7, Milwaukee 3 Florida 8, Cincinnati 6,10 innings N.Y. Mets 12, St. Louis 8 San Diego 4, Montreal 2 Philadelphia 7, Los Angeles 6 Sunday’s Games Florida 3, Cincinnati 1 N.Y. Mets 6, St. Louis 2 Houston 4, Atlanta 3 Colorado 11, Pittsburgh 2 San Diego 4, Montreal 3 Chicago Cubs 4, San Francisco 1 Philadelphia 4, Los Angeles 2 Milwaukee 4, Arizona 3,11 innings Monday’s Games Atlanta 1, Chicago Cubs 0 Colorado 8, Houston 7 Detroit 17 29 .370 9 1/2 National League St. Louis 3, Arizona 0 West Division At A Glance San Francisco 7, Philadelphia 2 W L Pct. GB By The Associated Press Florida (Nunez 0-4) at Pittsburgh {Seattle 25 22 .532 — All Tlmea CDT (Schmidt 1-4), 6:05 p.m. Anaheim 27 24 .529 1/2 Eaat Division N.Y. Mets (Loiter 5-0) at Los Angeles Texas 25 24 .510 1 W L Pct. GB (Park 4-4), 7:10 p.m. Oakland 25 26 .500 1 1/2 Atlanta 34 16 .680 — Milwaukee (Haynes 5-3) at San Diego Saturday’s Gamas New York 28 22 .560 6 (Meadows 4-3), 8:05 p.m. N.Y Yankees 8, Boston 3 Montreal 25 22 .532 7 1/2 Only games scheduled Seattle 6, Tampa Bay 3 Florida 24 27 .471 10 1/2 Tuesday’s Gamas Detroit 4. Toronto 3 Philadelphia 18 31 .367 15 1/2 Florida (Cornelius 0-1) at Pittsburgh Minnesota 10, Texas 5 Central Division (Benson 4-5), 6:05 p.m. bhicago White Sox 14, Cleveland 3 W L Pct. GB Montreal (Armas 0-2) at Cincinnati Oakland 4, Baltimore 0 St. Louis 29 21 .580 — (Fernandez 1-0), 6:35 p.m. Kansas City 6, Anaheim 5,10 innings Cincinnati 27 22 .551 1 Atlanta (Mulholland 4-4) at Chicago Cubs Sunday’s Gamas Milwaukee 21 29 .420 8 (TBA), 7:05 p.m. Toronto 12, Detroit 7 Pittsburgh 20 28 .417 7 1/2 Houston (Elarton 3-1) at Colorado (Jarvis Tampa Bay 14, Seattle 4 Chicago 20 32 .385 9 1-1), 8:05 p.m. Oakland at Baltimore, ppd., rain Houston 19 31 .380 10 St. Louis (Ankiel 4-2) at Arizona (Daal 2- Anaheim 8, Kansas City 4 Wast Division 5), 9:05 p.m. Minnesota 4, Texas 3 W L Pct. GB Milwaukee (D’Amico 2-2) at San Diego Cleveland 12, Chicago White Sox 3 Arizona 32 18 .653 — (Eaton 0-0), 9:05 p.m. Boston 2, N.Y. Yankees 0 Los Angeles 26 21 .553 4 1/2 N.Y. Mets (Jones 1-1) at Los Angeles Monday’s Gamas Colorado 26 22 .542 5 (Gagne 0-3), 9:10 p.m. Anaheim 3, Cleveland 2,10 innings San Francisco23 25 .479 8 Philadelphia (Ashby 2-5) at San Francisco N.Y. Yankees 4,Oakland 1 San Diego 22 27 .449 9 1/2 (Hernandez 3-5), 9:15 p.m. Basketball National Basketball Aasoclatlon Playoff Dally Glance By The Associated Press All Times CDT CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 27 New York 98, Indiana 95, Indiana leads series 2-1 Sunday, May 28 LA. Lakers 103, Portland 91, LA. Lakers lead series 3-1 Monday, May 29 Indiana at New York, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 30 Portland at L.A. Lakers, 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 31 New York at Indiana, 8 p.m. Women’s National Basketball Association At A Glance By The Associated Press All Times CDT Monday’s Game New York at Houston, 2 p.m. Tuesday’s Games No games scheduled Wednesday’s Games Orlando at Washington, 6 p.m. Cleveland at Minnesota, 7 p.m. New York at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Seattle at Sacramento, 9 p.m. Houston at Portland, 9 p.m. Hockey Utah at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. National Hockey League NHL Day-By-Day Playoff Glance By The Associated Press All Times EDT CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Friday, May 26 New Jersey 2, Philadelphia 1, New Jersey wins series 4-3 Saturday, May 27 Dallas 3, Colorado 2, Dallas wins series 4-3 STANLEY CUP FINALS (Best-of-7) Tuesday, May 30 Dallas at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Thursday, June 1 Dallas at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Saturday, June 3 New Jersey at Dallas, 7 p.m. Monday, June 5 New Jersey at Dallas, 7 p.m. Thursday, June 8 Dallas at New Jersey, 7 p.m., if necessary Saturday, June 10 New Jersey at Dallas, 7 p.m., if necessary Monday, June 12 Dallas at New Jersey, 7 p.m., if necessary Stanley Cup Winners By The Associated Praos 1910—Toronto Arenas 1919—No Decision-x 1920—Ottawa Senators 1921—Ottawa Senators 1922—Toronto St. Patricks 1923—Ottawa Senators 1924—Montreal Canadians 1925—Victoria Cougars 1926—Montreal Maroons 1927—Ottawa Senators 1926—New York Rangers 1929—Boston Bruins 1930—Montreal Canadians 1931—Montreal Canadians 1932—Toronto Maple Leafs 1933—New York Rangers 1934—Chicago Black Hawks 1935—Montreal Maroons 1936—Detroit Red Wings 1937—Detroit Red Wings 1938—Chicago Black Hawks 1939—Boston Bruins 1940—New York Rangers 1941—Boston Bruins 1942—Toronto Maple Leafs 1943—Detroit Red Wings 1944—Montreal Canadians 1945—Toronto Maple Leafs 1946—Montreal Canadians 1947—Toronto Maple Leafs 1948—Toronto Maple Leafs 1946—Toronto Maple Leafs 1950—Detroit Red Wings 1951—Toronto Maple Leafs 1952—Detroit Red Wings 1953—Montreal Canadians 1954—Detroit Red Wings 1955—Detroit Red Wings 1956—Montreal Canadians 1957—Montreal Canadiens 1950—Montreal Canadiens 1959—Montreal Canadiens 1960—Montreal Canadiens 1961—Chicago Black Hawks 1962—Toronto Maple Leafs 1963—Toronto Maple Leafs 1964—Toronto Maple Leafs 1965—Montreal Canadiens 1966—Montreal Canadiens 1967—Toronto Maple Leafs 1968—Montreal Canadiens 1969—Montreal Canadiens 1970—Boston Bruins 1971—Montreal Canadiens 1972—Boston Bruins 1973—Montreal Canadiens 1974—Philadelphia Flyers 1975—Philadelphia Flyers 1976—Montreal Canadiens 1977—Montreal Canadiens 1978—Montreal Canadiens 1979—Montreal Canadiens 1980—New York Islanders 1981—New York Islanders 1982—New York Islanders 1983—New York Islanders 1984—Edmonton Oilers 1985—Edmonton Oilers 1986—Montreal Canadiens 1987—Edmonton Oilers 1988—Edmonton Oilers 1989—Calgary Flames 1990—Edmonton Oilers 1991—Pittsburgh Penguins 1992—Pittsburgh Penguins 1993—Montreal Canadiens 1994—New York Rangers 1995—New Jersey Devils 1996—Colorado Avalanche 1997—Detroit Red Wings 1998—Detroit Red Wings 1999—Dallas Stars Comets rock Liberty in WNBA opener HOUSTON (AP) — Cynthia Cooper became the first player in WNBA history to reach the 2i000-point mark and Sheryl Syvoopes scored 27 points Munday as the three-time champion Houston Comets defeated the, New York Liberty 84-68 in the season opener. -In a tearful pre-game ceremony, the Comets raised their third straight WNBA championship banner inscribed “No. 3 for No. JO” in honor of Comets point guard Kim Perrot, who lost her ifigfit with cancer last Aug. 19. Cooper entered the game with 1,987 career points. A 3-pointer with 13:25 to play put her over 2,(IOO for her career. She finished with 19, putting her at 2,006. Swoopes got the Comets started in the first half, and the defending champions led 40-33 at halftime. They built a 66-50 lead with 10:28 to play before the Liberty made their final charge with a 10-0 run, cutting the margin to 66-60 with 7:44 left. But the Comets recovered before a sellout crowd of 16,285. Swoopes also had three blocked shots and six rebounds. Tamika Whitmore led the Liberty with 15 points, while Sue Wicks had 14. The Comets started 2-for-13 from the field before Swoopes heated up with 15 first-half points and rallied the Comets to the half time lead, their biggest to that point. Trailing 21-15, the Comets went on a 13-2 run with Swoopes scoring nine consecutive points with a steal and layup, two free throws, a 3-pointer and two more free throws. The game was a rematch of the 1999 WNBA championship series. The Comets beat the Liberty 59-47 last Sept. 5 for their third straight WNBA championship. New York guard Teresa Weatherspoon’s 50-foot shot at the buzzer in Game 2 gave the Liberty a 68-67 victory and forced the series to the third game. %Woods wins Memorial ***    By    Doug    Ferguson AP Golf Writer pUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Tiger Woods broke new ground Monday in the Memorial. Along with successfully defending a title for the fif$t time in IO tries, and becoming the first repeat champion in the 25-year history of the Memorial, Wpods managed to win with hardly any fist pumps and even fewer dramatics. Not that it mattered. And not that he didn’t try. Playing the kind of golf that has left even tournament host Jack Nicklaus shaking his head, Woods cruised to his 19th PGA Tour victory with a 2-under IU to win the rain-delayed Memorial by five shots, at 269. “I needed to shoot a good front nine to increase my lead and make sure the guys didn’t have a chance,” said Woods, who made three birdies inside 4 feet on the front. ^Lmie Els and Justin Leonard wound up tied for first in the B-Flight. Bls got to within four strokes before his lone bogey in.* round of 7-under 65. Leonard holed a lob wedge from 81 yards for eagle on No. 5 in his round of 68, giving him his best finish since a tie for third in the Canadian Open last September. “This is like tying for first in the other tournament going on,” Leonard said. Said Els: “If it wasn’t for Tiger, I’d be in good position.” But Woods made his tee time, and the rest of a cool, gray day at Muirfield Village quickly lost its suspense. The only question was the margin of victory. Woods, who began the final round with a six-stroke lead, squandered a chance to break Tom Lehman’s tournament scoring record by failing to make birdie on any of the par 5s. Needing a par on the 18th to tie Lehman^ mark of 268, Woods blasted a 7-iron from 156 yards so far over the 18th green that it bounced off the cart path and went 20 yards up the hill, finishing closer to the clubhouse than the green. He wound up with a bogey. “That was one of the worst shots I’ve ever seen,” Woods said. “I’ve played in many pro-ams, but wow! I definitely need some work.” ti Others might beg to differ. Woods won for the 11th time in his last 20 tour WOODS events, and has finished out of the top IO just twice in his last 25 tournaments around the world. He joined Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw with 19 career victories on the PGA Tour. Woods finished at 269 and won $558,000, giving him more than $4.1 million this year — already the second highest in PGA Tour history behind his ’99 season — and making him the first player to go over $15 million in career earnings. “In his own mind, he can get better,” Els said. “In everyone else’s mind, he’s as good as we want him to play.” Mike Weir had a 69 to finish fourth at 276, boosting his bid to become the first Canadian to make the Presidents Cup team. Steve Lowery, paired with Woods and trying to make up six shots, instead had a 73 and was at 278 along with Paul Azinger (66) and Steve Flesch (70), who earned enough money to qualify for the British Open. That’s about what the final round amounted to — consolation prizes. Woods won for the fourth time this year, giving him 12 victories over the past two seasons, with the second half of 2000 still to come. The last player to win this much was Nicklaus, who had 14 victories in the 1972 and ’73 seasons. The final round was about as easy as it comes. The closest anyone came to Woods was when Els birdied the 15th get to 15 under, and Woods made his only bogey' at the 13th to drop to 19 under. But Woods answered with a birdie on his next hole; Els bogeyed the par-3 16th and order was restored. Not that anybody was holding their breath. Woods is now 17-2 worldwide in tournaments where he has held at least a share of the 54-hole lead, and the six-stroke advantage at the start of the final round was his largest since his nine-stroke lead in the 1997 Masters. For the second year in a row, Woods will go into the US. Open on a winning note. He made a gallant bid to win at Pinehurst No. 2 last year, missing a short putt on the 17th, and wound up two strokes behind Payne Stewart. Sampras flops again at French By Steve Wilstein AP Tennis Writer PARIS (AP) — Head down, shoulders slumped, legs heavy, Pete Sampras shuffled away from the French Open as he has year after year, frustrated, disappointed, yet doggedly vowing to try again for as long as he plays. This is where Sampras goes each spring in search of a personal validation, proof that he can win on clay and capture the Grand Slam title that keeps getting away. Each year he leaves early, the victim of more punishment. SAMPRAS The beating came this time in the first round Monday against Australia’s Mark Philippoussis, 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 (4), 4-6, 8-6, and it was all the more HIW    liiuiw painful to the No. 2 Sampras again, this match between serving titans ended in the most ignoble way at 8:06 p.m., when Sampras double-faulted on match point. Ever the stranger in a strange land at Roland Garros, Sampras had asked the umpire at 6-6 in the fifth set whether they play a tiebreaker now. No, the umpire said, no tiebreaker. At the French, unlike the U.S. Open, the fifth set is played out in games. Sampras never won another point. He watched Philippoussis serve his 23rd ace in taking a 7-6 lead at love before Sampras fell at love in the final game. Sampras looked the picture of misery and weariness at the end, though he denied that fatigue was a factor. WELLS FARGO With our 7-month CD, you get a great rate and a little extra. Introducing the Wells Fargo 7-Month CD. A new CD that offers you a guaranteed high rate, but with a little extra: no penalties after 6 days from the date of initial deposit. Plus, with additional qualified services, you can earn up to 6.00% APY. Open a 7-month CD and one other new qualified service, and you earn a bonus rate on your CD. Open a 7-month CD and two new qualified services and you'll earn even more. To open your 7-month CD, stop by your nearest Wells Fargo location today. 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