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Lindsay Davenport, the second-ranked tennis player in the world, was the first player selected by captain Billie Jean King for the U.S. Fed Cup team. … University of Oregon quarterback …


Don Collins Sentenced

Former NBA and Washington State University player Don Collins has been sentenced to five years’ probation for not paying child support. Lucas County Common Pleas Court Judge Robert Christiansen suspended …


Warren, Hawks To Part?

Chris Warren’s future with the Seattle Seahawks is in doubt. The franchise’s all-time leader in rushing yardage will be asked during the next few weeks to agree to a dramatically …


Nhl Nixes Panthers’ Offer To Federov

Federov


Maybin Arrested

Louisville starting guard Marques Maybin was arrested after allegedly threatening a police officer. Maybin, arrested on charges of terroristic threatening, obstruction of a governmental order and disorderly conduct - all …


Philippoussis Tops Chang In Finals

Philippoussis


Seahawks Look To Feagles To Replace Tuten As Punter

The Seattle Seahawks will have a new punter next season and it’s going to cost owner Paul Allen a record sum. Jeff Feagles of the Arizona Cardinals, who punted in …


Men’s Hockey

Petr Svoboda scored with 11:52 to play and Dominik Hasek remained impregnable in goal as the Czech Republic defeated Russia 1-0 Saturday night (PST) to win the first Olympic hockey …


Novotna In Faber Grand Prix Final

In Hanover, Germany, top-seeded Jana Novotna fended off the challenge of 16-year-old Anna Kournikova in the semifinals of the $450,000 Faber Grand Prix. Novotna, 29, the world’s third-ranked player, defeated …


Miscellany

Ridden by Jerry Bailey, Lil’s Lad took the lead on the first turn and held off the challenge of Coronado’s Quest for a 2-length victory in the $200,000 Fountain of …


Mast Earns Pole Position

Rick Mast drove to the fifth pole of his Winston Cup career, leading the first round of time trials for the Goodwrench 400 at North Carolina Speedway. The 40-year-old Virginian …


Kucera Ousts Korda

Karol Kucera upset top-seed Petr Korda in the quarterfinals of the $1 million European Community Championship in Antwerp, Belgium. Korda would have unseated Sampras at the top of the ATP …


Men’s Skiing

With Alberto Tomba watching his last Olympic race from a hotel room, orange-haired Hans-Petter Buraas of Norway won the men’s slalom to wrap up the weather-plagued Alpine skiing at the …


Duval Blazes To Course Record, Grabs Chrysler Classic Lead

Duval


Women’s Giant Slalom

Italy’s Deborah Compagnoni became the first Alpine skier to capture gold medals in three Olympics, surviving a tough course to win the women’s giant slalom. She won the same race …


Seahawks Gain, Lose

With Winston Moss’ future uncertain after he fractured his neck in a game in December, the Seattle Seahawks have landed Darrin Smith to replace him at outside linebacker. Smith, 27, …


John Muckler Selected As Rangers’ New Coach

John Muckler hopes to revive New York Rangers. Photo by Associated Press


Free Agency Sought

The NFL Players Association, citing comments made by Washington coach Norv Turner, has accused the Redskins of retaining defensive lineman Sean Gilbert’s rights for the sole purpose of trading him. …


Men’s Giant Slalom

Now playing in Nagano: “Herminator II.” After the curtain quickly dropped on Olympic veteran Alberto Tomba, Austria’s Hermann Maier took center stage with his second gold medal in four days …


Chargers Fill Need

The San Diego Chargers filled one of their most critical off-season needs by signing former Pittsburgh Steelers’ left tackle John Jackson to a six-year contract worth $26 million. The New …


Freestyle Skiing

Freestyle skier Nikki Stone nailed a pair of back somersaults in the aerials, grabbing the fourth U.S. gold of the Nagano Games. While she celebrated her triumph, teammate Eric Bergoust …


Randle Gets Richest Pact

John Randle has more sacks than any player in the NFL over the past seven seasons. Now he’s going to earn more money than any defensive player in history. Randle …


Women’s Hockey

Finland won the bronze medal today (Monday night PST), using a three-goal second period to defeat China 4-1. Finland has finished third in all four Women’s World Championships since 1990, …


Blues Up Offer To Hull

The St. Louis Blues have increased their offer to right wing Brett Hull, who can become an unrestricted free agent after the season, by $500,000 a season. The St. Louis …


Women’s Downhill Skiing

Katja Seizinger of Germany became the first skier to win consecutive Olympic downhill gold medals when she won the women’s event in 1 minute, 28.89 seconds. Pernilla Wiberg of Sweden …


Huston Wins Hawaiian Open

John Huston rewrote the PGA Tour record book in Honolulu, giving the final Hawaiian Open a fitting sendoff. Huston shot a closing 66 to finish with a 28-under-par 260, breaking …


Agassi Polishes Off Sampras To Win His Fourth Sybase Open

Agassi


Graham To Re-Sign With Giants

The New York Giants are about to sign Kent Graham to back up Danny Kanell at quarterback, ending the Giants’ career of Dave Brown, according to published reports. Graham, a …


Huston Sets Record

John Huston shot a 66 for a record 54-hole total of 22-under 194 at the Hawaiian Open in Honolulu, bettering the mark of 195. That gave him a comfortable four-stroke …


Sampras, Agassi In Sybase Open Final

Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras each survived a grueling semifinal match Saturday to advance to today’s final of the Sybase Open in San Jose, Calif., and set up a dream …