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D-2SCQreboard THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER W ednesday, September 11, 1991 TC Vhat's on 1 11 .ilini.i.i 1 When your call is answered, press 1 to hear national scores or 3 to hear local scores. When you have heard the scores you want, you can press 55 I to return to the main menu. Then press 1 or 3 to hear the other scores you want. There is no charge tor the call. TALK SHOWS The Bengals Report: WKRC-AM (550), 5:55 a.m., 8:55 a.m., and 3:55 p.m. John Madden: WLW-AM (700), WMOH-AM (1450), 6:25 a.m. Murray Cook: WKRC-AM (550), 6 55 a.m. Pete Rose: WCKY-AM (1530), 7:15 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Lou Piniella and Cris Collinsworth: WLW-AM (700), 7:25 a.m. Tom Dinkel: with Jim Scott, WLW-AM (700), 7:55 a.m. Dave Lapham: WKRC-AM (550), 7:55 a.m. Joe Nuxhall; WLW-AM (700), 8 25 a.m. John Madden: WMOH-AM (1450), 12:18 p.m. Bob Costas: WMOH-AM (1450), 12:25 p.m. Blue Rebel Update: WIOK-FM (95.3), WCVG-AM (1320), 5.28 p.m. Brennaman and Bench: WLW-AM (700), 5:55 p.m. Open Line: WMOH-AM (1450), 6 p.m. Cris Collinsworth: WLW-AM (700), 6 p.m. Doug Kidd: WKRC-AM (550), 6:05 p.m. Sports Call: WIOK-FM (95.3), 7 p.m. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL San Francisco Giants at Cincinnati Reds, WLW-AM (700), 7:35 p.m. yjj Baseball $ Pro Football Chicago FrndezWJJ-12 9 3 1 1 2 9 Oakland Darling L.3-3 3 4 5 5 3 1 Campbell 2 2 J I 2 1 CYoung 4 5 110 1 WP Darling. Umpires-Home, Joyce; First, Voltaggio; Second, McKean; Third, Ford. T-2:44. A-23,055. Morgenseld d. Isaacs 6-2, 4-6, 6-4; Daley d. Brandenberg 6-3, 6-1: Bales d. Haisley 6-3, 6-4. Miller-Jones d. Mast-Thomas 6-3, 6-0; Carlson-Athy d. Keith-Proud 6-4, 6-1. Records: K 4-1. Milford 5, Hamilton 0 Dunlap d. Ehresman 6-3, 6-2; Long d. Harris 6-2, 6-2; Gigggio d. Diesch 6-4, 6-1; Bradshaw-Gardner d. Gibbon-Miller 6-2, 6-3; Madden-Waag d. Kirby-TurnbuH 6-1, 6-2. Records: M 10-2, H 2-4. rw MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL New York Mets at Chicago Cubs, WGN-Cable, 2:30 p.m. Pittsburgh Pirates at St. Louis Cardinals, ESPN, 8:30 p.m. HOCKEY Canada Cup Semifinal, SportsChanneli, 8 p.m. HORSE RACING Turfway Report: Warner-Cable (Channel 27), Storer-Ca-ble (Channel A36), 12:30 a.m. GOLF Inside the PGA Tour: ESPN, 6 p.m. 4 Jones and Undra Johnson, running backs, from the practice roster. Placed Mickey Pruitt, linebacker, on Injured reserve. Miami Dolphins -Signed Brian Sochia, defensive lineman. Canadian Football Leagut British Columbia Lions Signed Brett Young, defensive back. Placed Larry Clark-son, tackle, on the practice roster. Calgary Stampedtrs-Released Mark Guy, wide receiver. Placed Derrick Crawford, wide receiver, on the injured list. HOCKEY National Hockey Leagut Boston Bruins Signed Glen Wesley, defenseman, to a one-year contract. Released Andy Beceau, Bob Woods and David Maclntyre, left wings; Brock Woods and Shawn Rivers defensemen, and Ray Skimer and Guy Perron, centers. NFL standings NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE All Times EDT AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 2 0 0 1.000 87 65 Miami 1 I 0 .500 48 41 New England I 1 0 . 500 16 27 N Y. Jets 1 1 0 .500 29 33 Indianapolis 0 2 0 .000 13 33 Central Houston 2 0 0 1 000 77 24 Cleveland 1 1 0 .500 34 26 Pittsburgh 1 1 0 . 500 60 72 Cincinnati 0 2 0 .000 21 75 West Denver 1 1 0 .500 58 30 Kansas City 1 1 0 . 500 24 20 LA Raiders 1 I 0 .500 33 60 Seattle 1 1 0 .500 44 40 San Diego 0 2 0 .000 34 60 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Phoenix 2 0 0 1.000 50 24 Washington 2 0 0 1.000 78 31 Dallas 1 1 0 .500 57 47 N Y. Giants 1 1 0 .500 29 33 Philadelphia 1 1 0 .500 30 29 Central Chicago 2 0 0 1.000 31 26 Detroit 1 1 0 . 500 23 59 Minnesota 1 1 0 . 500 26 29 Green Bay 0 2 0 .000 17 43 Tampa Bay 0 2 0 .000 33 37 West New Orleans 2 0 0 1.000 44 34 LA Rams 1 1 0 .500 33 37 San Francisco 1 1 0 J00 48 30 Atlanta 0 2 0 .000 22 34 SUNDAY'S GAMES Houston 30, Cincinnati 7 Chicago 21, Tampa Bay 20 Cleveland 20, New England 0 Detroit 23, Green Bay 14 Miami 17, Indianapolis 6 L.A. Rams 19, New York Giants 13 Minnesota 20, Atlanta 19" New Orleans 17, Kansas City 10 Phoenix 26, Philadelphia 10 Buffalo 52, Pittsburgh 34 San Francisco 34. San Diego 14 L.A. Raiders 16, Denver 13 Seattle 20, New York Jets 13 MONDAY'S GAME Washington 33, Dallas 31 SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Miami at Detroit, I p.m. New England at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. New York Giants at Chicago, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at DaUas, 1 p.m. Phoenix at Washington, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Green Bay, I p.m. San Francisco at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Seattle at Denver, 4 p.m. Atlanta at San Diego, 4 p.m. Buffalo at New York Jets, 4 p.m. Indianapolis at L.A. Raiders, 4 p.m. L.A. Rams at New Orleans, 8 p.m. MONDAY, SEPT. 14 Kansas City at Houston, 9 p.m. NFL summary MONDAY'S GAME Redskins 33 Cowboys ....31 Washington .. 7 13 3 10-33 Dallas 14 7 3 7-31 First Quarter Dal-Novacek 3 pass from Alkman (Willis kick), 6:37. Was-J.Johnson 3 pass from Ryplen (Lohmillerkick), 10:13. Dal-E.Smith 75 run (Willis kick), 11:12. Second Quarter Was-FG Lohmiller 53, :45. Dal-E.Smith 5 pass from Alkman (Willis kick), 9:18. Was-Monk 37 pass from Rypien (Lohmiller kick), 10:42. Was-FG Lohmiller 52, 14:52. Third Quarter Was-FG Lohmiller 45, 3:07. Dal FG Willis 51, 0:52. Fourth Quarter Wos-Rlggs 1 run (Lohmiller kick), 2:12. Was-FG Lohmiller 46, 9:21. Dal-lrvin 6 pass from Aikman (Willis kick), 14:58. A-63,025. Was Dal First downs 20 19 Rushes-yards 33-140 18-125 Passing 192 221 Return Yards 24 (-14) Comp-Atl-Int 14-26-1 27-42-0 Sacked-YardsLost 1-11 2-18 Punts .. 3 34 4-45 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 3-2 Penalties-Yards 5-46 6-44 Time ol Possession 31:24 28:36 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Washinglon, Byner 22-101, Sanders 3-26, Riggs 4-6, Monk 1-5, Mitchell I- 3, Rypien 2-(minus 1). Dallas, E.Smith II- 112, Aikman 3-9, Richards 2-4, Johnston 1- 2, Agee Hminus 2). PASSING-Washington, Rypien 14-26-1-203. Dallas, Aikman 27-42-0-239. RECEIVING-Washington, Sanders 5-85, Monk 4-61, Clark 2-28, Orr 1-23, J.Johnson 1-3, Byner 1-3. Dallas, E.Smith 8-42, Novacek 7-57, Irvln 4-44, Martin 3-37, Wright 2- 25, Johnston 2-5, Harper 1-29. MISSED FIELD GOALS None. Bengals statistics Team Date W-L Score Opponent Art Sept. 1 L 45-14 ol Denver 72,855 Sept. 8 L 7-30 Houston 56,463 Bengals Opp Football Late box scores MONDAY'S GAMES AMERICAN LEAGUE Twins Royals 10 .4 MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY abrhbi abrhbi GkMenK 4 112 KGbsonlf 4 0 11 KnWch2b 5 13 1 McRaecf 4 13 1 Puckett ct 3 0 0 1 Brett dh 5 0 11 CDavisdh 5 2 2 0 TrteMrf 40 10 Harper c 4 0 2 0 Bnzngr lb 3 0 10 JBrownpr 0 10 0 PecotaSb 3 10 0 Wbsterc 1112 Maynec 3 110 Mackrt 5 2 2 2 Plliamph 10 0 0 Larkin lb 2 0 0 0 Spehrc 0 0 0 0 Hrbek lb 110 0 Howards! 2 0 0 0 Srrento lb 1 0 0 0 StliweU ss 2 0 0 0 Pgiruk3b 4 0 0 0 Shmprt2b 2 0 0 1 Gagness 4 13 2 Esnrichpn 1110 Berry 3b 10 0 0 Total! 39101410 Totals 35 4 M Minnesota 000 041 023-10 Kansas City in 002 000- 4 E-Shumpert (15). DP-Minnesota 1. LOB-Minnesota 6, Kansas City I. 2B-Knoblauch (221, Gagne (20), Mayne (8). 3B-Gladden (), McRae (9). HR-Web-ster (3). SB-Gladden (12), Mack 2 (9), KGibson (17), Benzinger (2). CS-Knob-lauch (4). S-Puckett. SF-Puckett. IP H R ER BB SO Minnesota EdensW.I-l 5 5 2 2 3 5 Willis Vj 3 2 2 I 1 Wayne 5,1 3Vj 1 0 0 0 3 Kansas City BddckrL,1l-ll S'fi 0 5 4 0 4 Magnante 1 f 0 0 0 1 0 Gordon 1 'i 3 2 2 1 1 Crawford 1 3 3 3 0 1 WP-Crawlord. Umpires-Home, Hickox; First, Phillips; Second, Brinkman; Third, Cousins. T-3:20. A-22,189. White Sox 7 A's 1 CHICAGO OAKLAND abrhbi abrhbi Raines II 4 0 0 0 Blkshprf 3 0 0 0 Vntura3b 4 10 0 Howitt lb 4 0 0 0 Fiskc 5 0 0 0 Cnsecort 2 0 0 0 Pasqua lb 4 2 11 Wtmyr lb 10 0 0 BJcksndh 4 1 2 0 Bainesdh 4 0 0 0 Huffdh 110 0 DHdsncf 3 0 10 Uhnsncf 4 1 4 2 Hemndc 0 0 0 0 Grbeck2b 4 111 Stnbchc 3 0 0 0 Sosarl 4 0 2 2 Kminsk rf 0 0 0 0 Guillen s 4 0 10 Brosius 3b 3 0 0 0 Gallego 2b 2 1 1 1 Quirk ph 10 0 0 Law H 0 0 0 0 Bordick ss 3 0 10 Totals 3 711 6 Totals 29 1 3 1 Chicago 032 0W W0-7 Oakland 000 ON 000-1 DP-Chicago 1. LOB-Chicago 9, Oakland 3. 2B-BJackson (2), LJohnson (11), Grebeck (12), Sosa (9). 3B-LJohnson (II). HR-Pasqua ( 15), Gallego ( 10). IP H R ER BB SO College schedule Thursday, Sept. 12 Houston at Miami, Night Saturday, Sept. 14 EAST Colgate at Army Georgia Tech at Boston College Villanova at Bucknell Lehigh at Fordham Buffalo at Lafayette Northeastern at Maine Holy Cross at Massachusetts Connecticut at New Hampshire Southern Cal at Penn St. Temple at Pittsburgh, Night Boston U. at Towson St. South Carolina at West Virginia SOUTH Southern U. at Alabama St., Night Aia. A&M vs. Alcorn St. at Dallas, Nignt VMI at Appalachian St. Mississippi at Auburn, Night Southern Illinois at Austin Peay, Night Morgan St. at Bethune-Cookman, Night Wofford at Citadel, Night Youngstown St. at Delaware St. Rutgers at Duke Samford at East Tennessee St., Night Memphis St. at East Carolina, Night Alabama at Florida Western Michigan at Florida St., Night Liberty at Furman, Night Virginia Union vs. GramWing St. at East Rutherford, N.J., Night Florida A&M at Howard U. Term. St. vs. Jackson St. at Birm., Ala. Mississippi Valley St. at Lane, Night Montana at Louisiana Tech, Night Morehead St. at Marshall. Night Syracuse at Maryland, Night Tulare at Mississippi St., Night Kent at North Carolina St., Night Georgia S. at NE Louisiana, Night Cincinnati at North Carolina, Night Rhode Island at Richmond Alabama St, at Southern U. UCLA at Tennessee Central Florida at Vaktosta St., Night S. Methodist at Vanderbilt, Night The Latest Line (Home Team in CAPS) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League Favorite Line underdog New York Montreal San Francisco San Diego Pittsburgh Los Angeles CHICAGO Vi-lVi PHILADELPHIA t'i-Ti CINCINNATI even-6 ATLANTA SVj-oVi ST, LOUIS pick HOUSTON pick American League Favorite Lint Underdog Chicago Seattle Boston New York Cleveland Minnesota Texas OAKLAND TORONTO DETROIT BALTIMORE MILWAUKEE KANSAS CITY CALIFORNIA even-6 7-8 S'i-ovj 6-7 84-9vi even-6 pick COLLEGE FOOTBALL College tri I y Etc. Angels..., Rangers., TEXAS CALIFORNIA ab r h bl ah r h hi Dwnlngdh 2 111 Poloniall 4 0 2 0 Reimer dh 1 0 0 0 Felix cl 4 0 0 0 Plmero lb 4 0 10 Joyner lb 4 0 0 0 Franco 2b 4 0 10 Wnllelddh 4 12 1 Sierrarf 3 0 11 Gaetti3b 4 110 JuGnzlcf 4 0 10 Stevensrf 3 0 0 0 Palmer 3b 3 0 0 0 Abnerrf 0 0 0 0 Pettlspr 0 0 0 0 Parrishc 3 2 3 3 Farisslt 3 0 0 0 Schtektss 2 0 0 0 Petralliph 0 0 0 0 So)o2b 3 0 0 0 Harris pr 0 0 0 0 IRdrgzc 3 0 0 0 Dghrty ph 10 0 0 Herndi ss 2 110 Stnley ph 0 0 0 0 Huson ss 10 0 0 Totals 31 2 4 2 Totals 11 4 I 4 Texas WO Ml 000-2 California 010 011 Wx-4 DP-Calitornia I. LOB-Texas 7, California 4. 2B-Polonia (23), Gaetti (20), Par-rish (12). HR Downing ( 15), Winfield (24), Parrish 2 (17). SB-Huson (8). CS-Franco (9), Polonia (18). SF-Sierra. IP H RER BB SO Texas BoydL,l-5 o 6 3 3 1 5 Rosenthal 1 Vj 1 1 1 0 1 Jeffcoat '3 0 0 0 0 0 Mathews ' I 0 0 0 0 California LengstonW,17-7 7 5 2 2 2 7 Eichhorn '.3 0 0 0 0 0 Harvey S,38 V 1 0 0 2 2 Langston pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Umpires-Home, Morrison; First, Welke; Second, Scott; Third, Evans. T-245. A-19,594, Minor League PLAYOFFS Triple A Alliance American Association Monday, Sept. 9 Denver 12, Buffalo 3, Denver wins series 3-2 International League Saturday, Sept. 7 Columbus 4, Pawtucket 1, Columbus wins series 34 Championship (Best-of-7) Wednesday, Sept. 11 Columbus at Denver Thursday, Sept. 12 Columbus at Denver Friday, Sept. 13 Columbus at Denver Saturday, Sept. 14 Denver at Columbus Navy at Virginia Murray St. at W. Kentucky, Night W. Carolina at Wake Forest, Night Delaware at William 8, Mary North Carolina A&T at Winston-Salem MIDWEST Illinois St. at Akron, Night E. Washington at E. Illinois, Night Central Missouri at Indiana St., Night Iowa at Iowa St. Tulsa at Kansas Idaho St. at Kansas St., Night Eastern Michigan at Miami, Ohio Notre Dame at Michigan Central Michigan at Michigan St. San Jose St. at Minnesota, Night Illinois at Missouri Arkansas St. at Northern Illinois, Night Augustana, S.D. at N. Iowa, Night Colorado St. at Nebraska Rice at Northwestern Louisville at Ohio St. Tennessee Tech at Ohio U. E. Kentucky at SE Missouri, Night McNeese St. at SW Missouri St., Night Western Illinois at Wisconsin SOUTHWEST Prairie View at Angeio St. North Texas at Oklahoma Arizona SI. at Oklahoma St., Night Texas Southern at Sam Houston St. LSU at Texas AIM, Night Ball St. at Texas Christian, Night Oregon at Texas Tech, Night FAR WEST Stanford at Arizona, Night Long Beach St. at Boise St., Night Purdue at California Baylor at Colorado New Mexico at Hawaii, Night Southwest Texas St, at Idaho, Night Sacramento St. at Montana St. NW Louisiana at Nevada Tex.-EI Paso at New Mexico St., Night Pacific U. at San Diego St., Night Perm St. at Southern Cal, Night Oregon St. at UNLV, Night Air Force at Utah, Night Fresno St. at Washington St. Northern Arizona at Weber St., Night SW Louisiana at Wyoming Favorite Cincinnati WASHINGTON Miami San Francisco DALLAS N Y. Giants PITTSBURGH GREEN BAY SAN DIEGO L.A. RAIDERS DENVER Buffalo NEW ORLEANS Line 3Vij 9 2 3 m 13W 4 2 0 8 3 Underdog CLEVELAND Phoenix DETROIT MINNESOTA Philadelphia CHICAGO New England Tampa Bay Atlanta Indianapolis Seattle N Y, JETS L.A. Rams Monday's gamt Favorite Lint Underdog HOUSTON 4 Kansas City Odds provided by Jim Feist Sports, Las Vegas, Nev. College results VOLLEYBALL Temple d. UC 9-15, 9-15, 15-13, 15-12, 14-14. Records: UCI-5, Friday against Kent State. NKU d. Capital, 15-3, 14-15, 15-5, 15-1. Records: NKU 2-5, Capital 1-1. Next match: NKU at Midway Thursday, 7 p.m. Miami def. Dayton 15-7, 15-9, 17-14. Records: M 2-3, 0 3-2. Next gamt. Sept. 13 at Purdue Invitational. MEN'S GOLF Xavier finished second in the University of Indianapolis Invitational at Prestwlck Country Club XUs Jeff Lancaster finished as top individual by firing a 74 and winning a playoff on the first txtro holt. Scores of other XU players: Jason RledmiKer 77, John Ritter 78, Dave Von Haesen 79, Chris Wul-feck 80, Brad Smith 82. Leading team scores: Wright State 381, Xavier 388, Southern Illinois at Ed-wardsvite 390, Franklin gold 392, Indianapolis gray 393, Eastern Illinois 393, Butler blue 404, Dayton 408, Southern Indiana 413, De Pauw 413. Canada Cup PLAYOFFS Wednesday, Sept. 11 United States vs. Finland at Hamilton, Ontario, 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11 Canada vs. Sweden at Toronto, 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. M Final Gamt One at Montreal, 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. M Final Gamt Two at Hamilton, Ontario, 8 p.m. High School Boys soccer Oak Hills n, Withrow 0 Goals: Hix 4, Myers, Rewwer, Luns-ford, Laker, Hutzel, Bollinger. Shutout: Taylor, Stevens, Egner (1 save). Records: O 4-0-0, (2-0 MCC); Withrow 0-2 (0-2). Anderson 3, Middiotown 1 Goals: A-Yacks, Kley, Parker. M-Lawson. R: A 3-1, M 4-1-1. Lakota 4, Princeton 1 Goals: L-McCut 3, Cole. P-Roberts. R: L 4-0-1 (4-0-1 GMC); P 4-2 (3-2). Fairfield 3, Milford 0 Goals: Lipps, Ciberella, Matthiesen. Shutout: Murrell (3 saves). R: F 1-5 (1-4 GMC);M 1-3(1-4-1). Ross 4, Little Miami 1 R-King 2, Anderson I, Best. L-Mas-ters. R 6-1, 3-1 FAVC; L 1-3, 0-3. Eldtr I, Chaminade-Julienne 0 Goals: Eiding, Cummings, Aug. Shutout: Williams. R: E 3-2-1 (24), DC 2-2-1, 0-1. Mason 1, Kings 0 Goal: Doubet. Shutout: Barr (6 saves). R: M 3-1-1, K 3-0-1. Wyoming 4, Marlemont 1 Goals: W-Hart 2, Bason 2. M-Hoff-born. R: W 1-5, M 1-5. Deer Park 4, SCPA 1 Goals: D-Chialastri 2, J. Baughn, J. Serger. SCPA-Spencer. R: D 2-3, S 0-1. Holy Cross 2, Glen Este 1 Goals: HC Ronnebaum, Kesing. GE Smith. 1-0. R: G 1-1-3, H 3-0. Moeller 3, Purcell-Marlan 0 Goals: Santoro 2, George. Shutout: Oeimling (5 saves). R: M 1-2-3(1-1-1 GCL); PM 1-4-1 (0-3). Sycamore 5, Lima 0 Goals: Gugerty, Haas, Gulgul, Bowman, Mansy. Shutout: Starr (4 saves). R: S 4-0-2 (3-0-2 GMC), L 0-3-2. Batavia 2, Calvary Christian 1 Goals: B-Layman 2. CC-Metzger, Tarkington. R: B 1-2-2, CC 2-2-1. Bethel-Tate 4, Blanchester 1 Goals: BT-Bauer 3, Cohorn. B-Doughman. R: BT 2-1-1, 0-3. Summit 4, NCH 2 Goals: S-Fryer, Cooke 2, P. Kiley. N-Finley, Marx. R: S 5-0. Taylor 9, St. Gertrude 0 Goals: Staderman 3, Huber 2, Harnlst 2, Mitchell, Slmonson. Shutout: Voynovlch (2 saves). R: T 3-1-1. Walnut Hills 2, Colerain 1 Goals: WH-Hodge, Salsltz. C-Stamp-er. R: WH 3-3-0. Mt. Healthy 9, Western Hills 1 Goals: MH-Reichert 2, Schneider 2, Stoehr, Schmidt, McKee, King, Scherz. WH-Smith. R: M 3-2 9 (1-0 MCC), W 1-3 (0-2). St. Xavier 2, Roger Bacon 1 Goals: SX-Maltbie, Storer. RB-Schaelfer. R: RB 5-1, St.X 3-1-1. La Salle 3, McNicholas 1 Goals: Kelzer 2, Strasser. R: L 2-2-1. Boys cross country Princeton Invitational At Princeton Junior High 5,000 meters Team scores: Oak Hlls 49, Turpin 85, Moeller 136, Anderson 145, Princeton 153, Bethel-Tote 203, Sycamore 204, Kettering Alter 205, New Richmond 246, Middletown 247, Harrison 273, Wyoming 302, Carlisle 406, Withrow 422, Colerain (B) 445, Northwest 467, Fairtleld (B) 472, Hamilton 479, Dayton Dunbar 540. Top five individuals: Tenover (O) 17:04; Turner (BT) 17:07; Ruckman (W) 17:18; Holman (T) 17:19; Bclsllnger (Har) 17:20. Boys golf Loveland 174, CAPE 258 Medalist: Lahrman (L) 6-over 42 on the front nine at Winton Woods. R: L 7-1 (6-0) CHL; C 6-6, 0-5. New Richmond 180, Deer Park 184 Felicity 192, Western Brown 194 Medalist: Fischer (NR) 1-over 37 on the front nine of Friendly Meadows. Record: NR 8-6. Indian Hill 170, Moeller 174 Medalist: Kreltzer II) 3-over 39 on fhe front nine of Crest Hills. Records: I 8-1, M 2-4. St. Xavitr 157, LaSallt 192. Co-medalists: Isaac (S) Kline (S), Thiemann (S) 3-over 39 on fhe back nine at Miami Whitewater. Records: S 5-1, 3-0 GCL LaSalle 0-3, 0-3. Talawanda 156, Lebanon 167 Edgewood 165 Co-medalists: Lancaster (T), Henderson (L), Turner (L) 2-over 38 on the front nine of Oxford. Records: T 4-0, Oak Hills 164, Elder 175 Medalist: Samborski (0) 4-over 39 on the front nine at Western Hills. Records: O 6-1, E 4-3. Roger Bacon 172, St. Bernard 217 Medalsit: Powell (R) 4-over 38 on the back nine of Winton Woods. Records: R 4-2. Bethel-Tate 163, Manchester 169 Co-medalists: Parton (B), Kirker (B) Ayers (M), Rousch (M) 3-over 39 on the back nine of Friendly Meadows. Records: B 2-1, M 5-2. Hamilton 157, Princeton 162 Co-Medalist: Collet! (H) and Dlngman (P) with one-over 37's on the front nine at Glenview, Records: P 2-2; H 4-3. McNicholas 168, Winton Woods 172 Co-Medalist: Coleman (M) and Reld-miller (W) with a one-over 36 on the front nine at Reeves. Records: M 2-2, W 2-4. Harrison 179, Mt. Healthy 245 Medalist: Meyer (HI with a six-over 42 on the front nine at Miami Whitewater, records: H 4-0, MH 3-4. Marlemont 167, Seven Hills 172 Medalist: Ward (M) with a two-over 37 on the back nine at Reeves. Records: M 5- 5, SH 4-3. Girls tennis Ursulint 5, Mt. Notrt Dame 0 Stolregan d. Clark 6-1, 6-0; Caress d. Kappler 64, 64; Reiner d. Willing 6-0, 6-0; Becker-Harding d. Brown-Hanson 6-0, 6-0; Braun-Kroth d. Kidder-Tanner 6-0, 6-1. Records: U 6-0 (3-0 GGCL), M 6-2 (1-2). Anderson 5, Harrison 0 Hathaway d. Ham 6-0, 6-0; Hart d. Brush 6-2, 6-4, Young d. Buscher 6-0, 7-5; Gordon-Duranle d. Evans-Stubenreuh 6-1, 6- 0; Pautke-Hlldreth d. Johnson-Tracy 6-4, 5- 7; 6-2. Records: A 6-2, 4-0 QCL; H 4-3, 2-2. Sycamore 5, Wyoming 0 Levy d. Quiroga, 6-0, 6-0; Blasberg d. Anderson, 6-0, 6-1; Bangs d. Skolnik, 6-1, 6-0; Korach-Schafer d. Marty-Witkin, 6-2, 6-0; Rascov-R Levy d. Steves-Googans, 6-2, 64. Records: S 8-0; W 1-9. Stton 4, Hamilton Badln 1 Yungbiuth d. Wittman 5-7, 6-4, 7-5; Shepperd d. Kuhlman 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; Desmond d. Hodges 6-2, 6-4; Me. Pater-Ms. Pater (H) d. Finley-Ficker 6-2, 6-3; Kalne-Paff d. Smlth-Davin 1-6, 6-2, 6-1. Seton 4, Roger Bacon 1 Bvnett (R) d. Kaint 6-4, 1-6, 64; Yungbiuth d. Rother 64, 6-2; Desmond d. Thompson 64, 6-3; Flnley-Sheppard d. Keppler-Au-celk) 6-1, 6-3; Patf-Flcker d. Carrlco-Johnson 6- 1, 6-1. Records: S 5-1 34. St. Ursula S, McNicholas 0 K. O'Leary d. Stephens 64, 7-6; S. O'Leary d. Derringer 7-5, 6-3; Tondow d. Taylor 6-4, 6-3. Bachman-Neyer d. Hurtu-bise-Shannon 6-2, 6-2; Brurmer-Klmener d. . Prall-Balwln 6-3, 6-1. Records: SU 4-3, M 3-3. Marlemont 5, St. Bernard 0 Mileham d. Hamm 64, 6-1; Bevls d. Hyden 64, 6-1; Hadden d. Ward 64, 6-1. Harness-Stratton d. Hlnes-Roy 6-3. 6-3; Lt-Febvre-Brennenstuhl d. Pack-Hatfleld 5-7, 6-4, 64. Records: M 4-2, SB 5-3. Turpin 5, Winton Woods 0 Walker d. Volkens 6-2, 6-3; Roberts d. Woods 64, 64; Furman by default. Steen-Crisl d. Brown-Dickenson 64, 64; Gaible-Bertei d. Power-Claucherty 6-1, 64. Records: T 6-4, W 0-9. Walnut Hills 5, Western Hills ( Chicchon d. Swarm 64, 6-1; Kurak d. Russell 64, 64; Sagger d LeCount 64, 64. Spradlin-Flora d, M. Slemer-Cox 6-1, 6-1; Faust-Klembara d. A. Slemer-McCarthy 6-2, 64. Records: Wei 5-2, West HI 1-5. Badin 4, Mercy 1 Wittman IB) d. Somia 7-5, 4-6, 6-3; Thorner (M) Kuhlman 7-5, 5-7, 6-3; Hodges IB) d. Bunrsldt 6-1, 6-1 MP. Pater-MS Pater (B) d. Toth-Lemmel 6-3. 6-1; Davm- teSmlth IB) d. Boland-RusseH 6-2, 6-1. Re cords: D 5-2, M 2-3. Summit 5, Indian Hill 0 Eiseman d. Be 6-4, 6-1; Spray d. Hoi-brook 6-1, 64, Tondow d. LaLonde 6-1, 6-2. Ackley-Luebberi d. Bagnoll-Paul 6-1, 6-4; Jormson-Ellcktr d. Besl-Ryan 6-4, 2-6, 6-2. Records: S 6-1, 1 4-3. Oak Hills 4, Taylor 1 C. Brannon d. Thleman 64, 6-0; M. Brannon d. Moeller 1-6, 6-2, 6-1; Trlmborn d. Nelmeler 6-1, 6-2. Huesman-Caln d. Kimbel-ton-Shlnn 6-0, 6-3; Harrls-Shlnn (T) d. Schmulte-Tewel 7-6, 2-6, 74. Records: OH 4-3 McAuley 4, Purcell Marian 1 Bernlng d. Boyd 6-2, 6-2; Rise (P) d. Klssner 7-5, 4-6, 6-4, Rlorden d. Browarsky 6-1, 6-2. Peters-Specht d. WIHiams-PhaHer 6-2, 6-1; Meyer-Blgner d Lynch-Sexton 64, 64. Records: M 2-4, P 0-4. Kings S, Little Miami 0 James 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 6 McGee 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 6 Breech 0 0 0 3-3 0-0 0 3 Bengals 0 3 0 3-3 0-0 0 21 Opponents- 4 3 2 9-9 4-6 0 75 Field Goals 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50 Opponents 2-2 1-1 V2 0-1 0-0 Interceptions No. Yds. TD Thomas 1 0 0 Opponents 1 0 0 Tackles TV. Ast Tot Sck FR Dixon 13 2 15 0 0 Krumrie 13 2 15 0 0 Fulcher 11 2 13 0 0 Francis 8 2 10 0 0 Jones 7 0 7 0 0 Tuatagaloa 6 0 6 0 0 Billups 5 16 0 0 Thomas 4 1S00 Price 4 15 0 0 Gordon 4 15 0 0 Grant 4 15 0 0 Walker 3 14 0 0 McClendon 2 13 0 0 Williams 2 13 0 0 Clark 2 0 2 0 0 Rogers 112 0 0 Milz 10 10 0 King 0 110 0 Brady 0 110 0 NFL leaders AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Quarterbacks Alt Com YdsTD Int Kelly, Buff 82 60 744 8 3 Kosar.Clev 53 37 436 3 0 Elway.Den 57 33 502 3 0 Marino, Mia 53 31 414 4 1 Krleg,Sea 35 26 274 2 2 Moon, Hou 70 40 565 3 1 Schroeder, Raiders 40 20 285 2 1 Kemp, Sea 34 21 235 2 2 Esiason, Cln. 48 28 422 3 4 George, Ind 73 44 399 1 2 Rushers Alt Yds Avg LGTD Thomas, Buff 40 272 6.8 33 1 Higgs.Mia 57 257 4.5 24 1 Pinkett.Hou 47 245 5.2 31 2 Foster, Pitt 26 199 7.7 56 1 Okoye.K.C .....33 170 5.2 48 1 Green, Den 35 141 4.0 43 0 Russell, N E 36 132 3.7 24 0 Brooks, Cin 31 128 4.1 14 0 Dicker son, Ind 34 124 3.6 21 0 Bernsllne.S.D 27 123 4.6 13 0 Receivers NO Yds Avg LGTD Reed, Buff 20 272 13.6 54 2 Blades, Sea 16 213 13.3 31 2 Beebe.Buff 15 167 11.1 34 4 Dickerson, Ind 15 101 6.7 26 0 Thomas, Buff 12 138 11.5 50 1 Givlns,Hou 11 163 14.8 28 1 Williams.Sea. 11 114 10.4 35 0 Johnson, Ind II 87 7.9 13 0 Melcalf.Clev 10 94 9.4 17 0 Lofton, Buff 9 155 17.2 53 1 Cook.N.E 9 74 8.2 23 1 Punters NO Yds LG Avg Stark, Ind 6 290 61 48.3 Johnson, Cin 9 41e 59 46.4 Kidd.S.D 10 450 55 45.0 Roby, Mia 6 258 50 43.0 HoranOen 7 292 59 41.7 Wagner, N.E 8 329 51 41.1 Gossett, Raiders 7 285 52 40.7 Aguiar, Jets 6 241 51 40.2 Hansen, Clev 9 354 49 39.3 Barker.K.C 13 511 50 39 3 Punt Returners NO Yds Avg LG TD Melcalf.Clev 4 60 15.0 30 0 Woodson, Pitt 4 59 14.8 24 0 Warren, Sea 4 58 14.5 20 0 Miller, Mia 4 38 9.5 13 0 F. Jones, K.C 9 82 9.1 25 0 Nattiel.Den 4 9 2.3 9 0 Klckofl Returners NO Yds Avg LG TD Warren, Sea 4 99 24.8 42 0 Vaughn, N.E 3 73 24.3 38 0 Elder, S.D 5 121 24.2 42 0 Graddy, Raiders 9 187 20.8 37 0 Ball, Cln, 7 136 19.4 23 0 Woodson, Pitt 5 93 18.6 29 0 Verdin.lnd 7 130 18.6 37 0 Edwards, Buff 4 72 18.0 21 0 Fuller, Buff 4 69 17.3 22 0 Lewis, S.D 4 69 17.3 21 0 Scoring Touchdowns TD Rush Roc Ret Ptt Beebe.Buff 4 0 4 0 24 Blades, Sea 2 0 2 0 12' Clayton, Mia .'. 2 0 2 0 12 Elway.Den 2 2 0 0 12 Gault, Raiders 2 0 2 0 12 Pinkett.Hou 2 2 0 0 12 Reed, Butt 2 0 2 0 12 Thomas, Buff 2 1 1 0 12 ' Kicking PAT FG LGPtS Anderson, Pitt 6- 6 6- 7 39 24 Howfield, Hou 8- 9 5- 5 46 23 Leahy, Jets 2- 2 5- 6 40 17 TreadweH, Den 7- 7 3- 5 47 16 Jaeger, Raiders 3- 3 4- 5 39 15 Norwood, Buff. 12-12 1- 3 50 15 Kasay, Sea 5- 5 3- 5 37 14 Baumann, Mia 6- 6 2- 2 48 12 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Quarterbacks AttCom YdsTD Int Young, S.F 58 38 510 4 1 Harbaugh,Chi 44 30 339 3 1 Aikman, Dall 79 51 516 5 0 Rypien, Wash 45 29 386 4 2 Hebert.N.O 56 37 437 4 2 Tupa,Phoe 37 16 342 2 1 McMahon,Phil 59 36 430 2 2 Hosteller, Giants 63 34 415 1 1 Testaverde, T.B 57 29 358 1 1 Everett, Rams 51 32 373 0 2 Rushers Att Yds Avg LGTD E.Smlth.Dall 43 224 5.2 75 1 Walker, Minn 45 211 4.7 23 0 Delplno.Rems 42 197 4.7 36 3 Byner, Wash 38 184 4.8 25 1 G. Anderson, T.B 17 126 7.4 64 1 Jones, All 28 110 3.9 14 0 Sanders, Phil 38 9 5 2.5 16 1 Anderson, Chi 40 93 2.3 13 1 Henderson, S.F 18 93 5.2 13 1 Anderson, Giants 30 8 3 2.8 9 1 Receivers NO Yds Avg LGTD E.Smith, DaH 14 78 5.6 13 1 lrvin,Dall 13 167 12.8 23 2 Byars,Phll 12 162 13.5 (32 1 Jordan, Minn 11 132 12.0 23 0 Delpino.Rams 11 122 11.1 41 0 E.Mortln,N.O II 116 10.5 17 1 Novacek, Dall. 11 110 10.0 20 2 Rice, S.F 10 223 22.3 t73 3 Clark, Del 10 143 14.3 36 0 Kemp, G.B 10 105 10.5 29 0 Punters NO Yds LG Avg Newsome, Minn 6 296 60 49.3 Fengles,Phll 13 587 52 45.2 Bernhardt, NO 10 447 61 44.7 Camarillo.Plwe ..11 480 49 43.6 Fulhege, All 6 261 57 43.5 Buford.Chi 9 389 58 43.2 McJulien,G.B. 12 507 53 42.3 Royals, T.B 8 311 52 38.9 Molsiejenko, S.F 7 267 55 38.1 Landete, Giants 8 300 55 37.5 Punt Returners NO Yds Avg LG TD Slkahema,GB 3 83 27.7 62 0 Mitchel, Wash 6 105 17.5 69 1 Taylor, S.F 3 47 15.7 24 0 Bailey, Chi 5 66 13.2 37 0 V Buck, NO. 6 54 9.0 17 0 Harris, Phil II 90 8.2 19 0 Turner, Rams 4 31 7 8 21 0 Meggett, Giants 6 43 7 2 13 0 Drewrey.T B 4 25 6 3 8 0 Centers, Phot S 30 6.0 12 0 Klckoff Returners NO Yds Avg LG TD Gray.Det 7 204 29.1 56 0 Early, NO 4 101 25 3 34 0 Dixon, DaH 6 140 23.3 32 0 D. Carler.S.F .5 108 21.6 52 0 G.Anderson, T.B 3 64 21.3 24 0 Morse, NO 3 60 20 0 21 0 Meggett, Giants 4 76 19.0 22 0 Wilson, G.B 4 75 188 23 0 Sanders, PhH 7 131 18.7 31 0 R.HIH,Mla.-Phot.. 4 67 16.8 33 0 Scoring Touchdowns TD Rush Rec Ret Pts Delpino.Rams 3 3 0 0 18 Rict. S.F 3 0 3 0 IB Anderson, Chi 2 1 I 0 12 C Carter, Minn 1 0 2 0 12 Irvln, DaH 2 0 2 0 12 Jl Johnson, Wash 2 0 2 0 12 Novacek. Dad 2 0 2 0 12 Riggs, Wash 2 2 0 0 12 E. Smith, DaH. 2 1 I 0 12 Kicking PAT PG LGPtt Lohmiller, Wash 9-9 5-5 53 24 WiHls.De 6-6 5-5 54 21 G Davis. Phot. 5-5 S-4 52 20 Bahr, Giants 2-2 54 46 17 Christie. T B 3-3 44 38 IS Zandetas, Rams 3-3 4-4 50 15 Andersen, NO 5-5 3-3 47 14 Volleyball Turpin (4-2, 24 QCCA) d. Taft (05, 0-2) 15-4, 15-4. Williamsburg (6-1, 4-1 SPC) d. North College Hill (3-4, 2-3) 15-2, 15-6. Woodward (1-3) d. Glen Este 10-4) 17-15, 12-15, 15-9. Western Brown d. New Richmond (0-6) 16-14, 154. Ursuline d. Lakota 15-12, 15-5. Records: U 64, L 2-5. Norwood (4-1, 24 QCCN) d. Winton Woods (2-3, 0-2) 15-9, 15-5. Roger Bacon (64) d. Chaminade-Jul-lienne 15-1, 15-1. Harrison (5-1, 24 QCCN) d. Walnut Hills (4-4, 1-1) 16-14, 15-6. Kings (44, 34) d. Mason 15-0, 15-3. Northwest (l-l) d. Hughes (0-3) 15-4, 15-6. Deer Park (5-2, 2-0 CHL) d. CAPE (1-5,0-2) 15-5, 16-14. Anderson (4-3) d. Amelia 15-11, 16-14. Lebanon 164, 54 MML) d. Middle-town Fenwick 15-7, 15-3. Clermont Northeastern (4-3) d. Bethel-Tate (3-2) 15-2, 15-2. Landmark Christian (3-3) d. Batavia 15-10, 15-10. Oak Hills (3-1 ) d. Mt Healthy 15-3, 15-5. Lockland (8-0, 54 MVC) d. St. Bernard (4-4, 3-2) 4-15, 15-8, 15-5 Loveland (2-2, 2-0 CHL) d. Indian Hill (0-5, 0-2) 15-9, 15-8 Colerain (4-1, 24 MCC) d. Aiken (0-2 MCC) 15-7, 15-4 Ursuline (6-0) d. Lakota (2-5) 15-12, 15-5 Girls golf Princeton 220, Versailles 225 Medalist: Winkle IP) shot a 4-over 40 on the front nine of Glenview. Records: P 3-2, V 0-1. Girls soccer Lakota 7, Princeton 1 Goals: L-Hornbeck, Hoehn, Clark, Gover, Crawford, Yonkosky 2. P-Szczur. Records: L 4-1, 3-1 GMC; 1-5, 1-4. Kings 3, Mason 3 Goals: K-Gose, Anderson, Brauchla. M-Martin, Ja. Fussner, Jl. Fussner. Records: K 1-2-1, (14-1 FAVC); M 2-0-1, 2-0-1. McAuley 6, Notre Damt (KY) 0 Goals: Albrink 2, Costello 2, Voss, Paffe. Shutout: Morris (5 saves). Records: M 24-1, ND 3-3. Middletown 4, Hamilton 0, Goals: Sprowl 2, Jones 2. Shutout: Nev-lln (4 saves). Records: M 5-0, 4-0 GMC. Fayetteville 6, Batavia 0 Goals: Sizemore, Brown 3, S. Barber 2. Shutout: Floyd (7 saves). Records: F 5-0, B 0-5. Fairfield 4, Milford 3 Goals: F-Smlth 3, Good. M-Garles-ky, A. Sellers, Harris. Records: M 5-1, 3-1 GMC. Franklin 3, Lemon Monroe 2 Goals: F-Reese, Hisle, Angel. LM Splvey, L. Kelly. Records: F 3-2-0, LM 3-24. Edgewood 1, Dayton Carroll 1 Goals: E Little. C-Nickelman. Records: E 3-0-2 (0-0-2 MML); C 2-2-2 ( 1-0-1). Blanchester 1, Bethel-Tate 0 Goals: Myers. Shutout: Jackson (15 saves). Records: Bl 1-3, BT 2-3. Girls cross country Princeton Invitational At Princtton Junior High Team scores: Oak Hills 40, Alter 106, Sycamore 113, Harrison 140, McAuley 144, Anderson 146, Amelia 236, Princeton 259, Colerain (B) 299, TGurpin 322, Indian Hill 334, Mt. Notre Dame 414, Dayton Dunbar 448, Northwest, Bethel-Tate, St. Ursula, Hamilton, New Richmond DNF Top five individuals: Boling (Ham) 19:40; Vonderhaar (P) 20:34; Schaefer (McA) 2105; Haffey (OH) 21:07; McConnel (Alter) 21:14. Prep schedule FOOTBALL Thursday, Sept. 12 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Hillcrest at Landmark Christian Friday, Sept. 13 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) CAPE at Wyoming Deer Park at Mariemon! Taylor at Flnneytown Reading at Indian Hill Madeira at Loveland Cincinnati Hills Leagut Greater Miami Conferenct Fairfield at Hamilton, 8 p.m. Lima at Princeton, 8 p.m. Milford at Sycamore, 8 p.m. Lakota at Middletown, 8 p.m. Non Ltagut Williamsburg at Clinton Massle Hamilton Ross at Western Brown North College Hill at New Miami Mason at New Richmond Bethel-Tale al Cincinnati Country Day Clermont Northeastern at Goshen Dayton Patterson at Lemon-Monroe Talawanda at Woodward Springboro at Lebanon Kettering Alter at Carroll Xenia at Franklin Van Butler at Miamisburg Norwood at Amelia Northwest at Anderson Turpin at Harrison McNicholas at Glen Este Walnut Hills at Roger Bacon Winton Woods at Taft Hughes at Lockland Hamilton Badin at Edgewood Western Hills at Elder, 8 p.m. St. Xavier at Oak Hills, 8 p.m. Mt. Healthy at La Salle, 8 p.m. . Aiken vs. Purcell Marian (at Norwood), I p.m. Chaminade Julienne at Sidney Moeller at Trotwood Madison, 8 p.m. Summit Country Day at CedarviHe Mason at New Richmond Blanchester al East Clinton Little Miami at Wilmington Kings at Waynesville Saturday, Sept. V4 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Centennial at Batavia, 2 p.m. Ansonia at Bishop Fenwick Chillicothe at Colerain, 8 p.m. Kentucky Football -Friday, Sept. 11 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unltss nottd) Covington Catholic at Beechwood BeHevue at Simon Kenton Boone County at Dixie Newport CC at Campbell County Ludlow at Dayton Holmes at Highlands Newport at Lloyd Conner at Scott GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Wednesday, Sept. 11 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Clermont Northeastern at Blanchester E. Central at Harrison, 6:30 p.m. Milford at Glen Esle Seton at Northwest Thursday, Sept. 12 (Games begin tt 7 p.m. unless noted) Clermont Northeastern at Western Brown Colerain at Western Hills Deer Park al Flnneytown Fairtleld at Lakota Hamilton at Sycamore Hughes at Harrison Kings at Springboro, 5 p.m. Middletown at Princeton Mt. Healthy at Aiken, 5 p.m. Mount Notre Dame at Ursulint, 6:15 p.m. Northwest at Winton Woods Oak HIHs at Withrow, 5 p.m. Seton at McAuley, 6:15 p.m. St. Ursula at McNicholas, 6:15 p.m. Taft at Glen Este Walnut Hills at Norwood Woodward at Anderson GIRLS SOCCER Wednesday, Sept. 11 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Badln at McAuley, 6 p.m. Deer Park at Loveland Fmneytown at Marlemont Glen Esle at Amelia Harrison at Northwest Indian HHI at Madeira Mercy at Ursulint Mt. Healthy at Western HIHs Mt. Notre Damt at McNicholas, 5:30 p.m. Oak HIKs at Colerain Purees Marian at Roger Bacon Seven His at Cincinnati CD, 4:30 p.m. St Ursula at Seton, 5:30 p.m. Taylor at Wyoming Winton Woods at Walnut Hills BOYS SOCCER Wedntsdty, Sept. 11 (Games begin tt 7 p.m. unless noted) Flnneytown tt Reading Deals BASEBALL AmtriCM Leagut California An gels-Released Fernan do Valemuela, pitcher, from his minor-league contract with Edmonton of the Pa cific Coast League. Cleveland Indians-Placed Chris James, outfielder, on the 60-day disabled list. Purchased the contract of Wayne Kir-by, outfielder, from Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association Boston Celtics-Named Rick Weitz- man head scout; Forddy Anderson special assignment scout, and Dennis Johnson scout. FOOTBALL National Football League Dallas Cowboys-Released Keith Golf OWGA Tournament Final-round results Tuesday from the Ohio Women's Golf Association Tournament at Hueston Woods:. Championship Flight Alison Relfers, CC at Murlield 75-77-15! Diana Schwab, Greene 78-74-154 Pat Milton, Portage 74-82-156 Nancy Groves, The Lakes 79-80159 Lynn Thompson, O'Bannon 82-79-161 Linda Grigsby, Miami View 77-89-166 Leslie Rhlnehart, Bent Tree 81-86-167 Penny Bitzer, NCR 83-85-168 First Flight Mary Herrman, Brown's Run 80-80-160 Judy Shumway, Mill Creek 81-81162 Melissa Bauer, Cuyahoga 79-85-164 Florrls Fortune, Miami Valley 11-16167 Jeanne Rothe, Brook side 83-84-167 Sue Seiti, Miami Valley 87-80-167 Jeanna Fogarty, Foxfire 89-79-16! Pam Braieau, Brandy wine 83-86-169 Mary Ann Langraf, Oberlln 87-84-171 Kathy Wright, Miami Valley 87-84-171 Debra Desanto, Hickory Hills 90-82-172 Lisa Cox, Unattached 83-90173 Elaine Cardullias, Miami View 85-89-174 Sharon Adams, Orchard Hills 85-90-175 Frances Glaze, Chippewa .....89-88-177 Kay Grlffel, Community 90-90-180 Carol Osborne, Mlllcreek 89-92-181 Melanle McCord, Chillicothe 99-86-185 Jean Lehnecker, Tri County 91-95-186 Christina Cole, Chillicothe 95-99-194 Second Flight Betsy Reynolds, Dayton 84-89-173 Sharon Gasaway, Miami Valley ...86-90-176 Connie Zielinskl, Brandywine 87-91178 Gayle Kerkman, Willow Run 87-95-182 Diane Mauler, Hamilton Elks 92-90-182 Regina Chess, OSU 92-90-182 Pat Bailey, DCSC 90-94-184 Betty Bahner, Portsmouth 94-90-184 Sheryl Pteifer, Lincoln Hills 91-95-186 Linda Ekiss, Hocking Hills 95-93-188 vickv Hatcner, Portsmouth 95-93-188 Lily Gay, Hocking Hills 92-98-190 Carol Noel, Tangle wood 93-97-190 wnmo Kent, Highlands 97-94-191 Sandy Hirsch, Clovernook 96-96-192 Track & Field Berlin Track BERLIN - Results Tuesday at the ISTAF track and Held meet (all race distances in meters): Men 1001, Leroy Burre, U.S., 10.04 seconds. 2, Brunny Surin, Canda, 10.23. 400-1, Steve Lewis, U.S., 44.56. 800-1, Billy Konchella, Kenya, I minute, 45.95 seconds. Mile 1, Noureddlne Morcell, Algeria, 3:52.40. 3,000 Sleeplechase-1, Moses Kiptanul, Kenya, 8:11.64 10,000-1, Julius Korlr, Kenya, 27:34.96. 110 Hurdles-1, Tony Dees, U.S., 13.47. High Jump-1 (tie), Hollls Conway, U.S., and Charles Austin, U.S., 7 feet, 6'j Inches. Pole Vault-1, Rodion Gataulln, Soviet Union, I8-IOV4. Long Jump-1, Mike Powe, U.S., 26-7. 2, Larry Myricks, United States, 26-5. Horse Racing Turfway entries WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON First post time 7 p.m. ht-4,600, cl, mdn 2YO, 1 l-Uml. HIIIB.OnOver 119 JNaMm 119 Frozen Sound 116 TlmeToSlzzle 119 BoldPluie 119 Drive South 119 Winters Work 111 Sir Gab 119 Chester Spell 119 Taxis ToDeth 119 Tundra Exprs 119 2nd-11,900, cl, 2YO, 1 Mtmi. Goodlettsvll 114 DontRulMOt 112 HailTheCzar 112 Keep Flying 116 Passion Playr 112 Sluki 112 Hou YouBeDn lit Jrd-,2O0, d, 1YO, e'jf. MonaLeona 115 Match UpZon 110 ClrcleTneCty 115 NtrmgCmprs 115 FourMllePny 115 FabulousFgr lis RvwrsAcklm 115 ExcitlngBckt US AirCare 112 SeerOtGold IIS 4th-M,4O0, mdn 3YO up, lml. Cross Grain 113 SaveAThoght 111 Ports GoGo Hi Lady Plot 111 Swanky Skirt 113 Nadria 111 Royal Roquet 111 Mlywlyplywg 122 Kani 111 Sth-9,200, cl, 3YO up, I VUmi. French Krlss 111 SlewpyLady 112 Herblue 114 Julies Wedge 116 Maybe Regal 116 Jennifer Lacy US LookytatGo III StudntOIPrg 114 Maribot 113 Sharp Ashley 116 Celtic Charm 113 Cease 112 Rexs Linda 116 ItsAMIst 107 Scroll OfHonr 116 AhSoDerMn 114 E3H El Barb Neroni, Dayton 94-99-193 Sally Anderson, Pickaway ....99-94193 Joyce Gregg, Troy 98-97-195 Nancy Clelland, Willow Run 103-95-198 Mary Kay Welsh, Hocking Hills.,.101-98-199 Minnie McKinley, Hocking Hills.101-100-201 Joann Lee, Portsmouth Elks 102-99-201 Colleen Bennett, Willow Run 103-99- 202 ' Susan Dlouhy, Foxfire 101-102- 203 . Brenda Graham, Shawnee 107-99- 206 Sandy Winningham, OSU 101-109-210 Anita Reiniche, Riv. Greens 1 10-105-215 Senior Division Joan Comlsar, Cincinnati 80-78-158 Karen Oldham, Portage 81-79-160 Sue LaBahn, CC of Hudson 81-79-160 Pauline Whitacre, Brookside 80-86-166 Barb Zapatka, Unattached 85-89-174 Shirley Riggteman, Dyer 86-88-174 Marilyn Greene, York 88-89-177 Carol Smith, Highlands 89-90-179 Mary Jane McKinley, Hckng Hlls.90-94-184 Jane Climer, Chillicothe 93-97-190 First Flight Rebecca Shaw, Granyille 92-82-174 Sue Nianouris, Hickory Hills 82-94-176 Ina Towers, Willow Run 92-B5-177 Ela Jung, Western Hills 88-90-178 Pat Rothhaar, York 85-94-179 Gloria Paden, Hamilton Elks 92-88-180 Dorothy Gard, Hamilton Elks 92-91-183 Betty Anewalt, Willow Run 92-93-185 Bonnie Scott, Brown's Run ..93-92 185 Gay Schimmouer, Brookside 92-94-186 Peg Miller, Tri County 91-99-190 Judy Karchner, Wildwoos 91-101-192 Second Flight Erma Hedges, CC of Hudson 93-94-176 Nancy Askins, The Lakes 94-90-178 Evelyn Endicott, Willow Run 93-94-179 Lee Sadler, Airport 95-90-185 Buddy Konold, Columbus 99-90-189 Jayne Williamson, Chillicothe 95-97-192 Katie McCoy, Hocking Hills 102-95-197 Frances Smith, Prtsmth Elks 103-96-199 Emily Lubn, Miami Valley 102-99-201 Verna Shifley, York 100-107-207 Jill Kleinke, DCSC 103-103-206 Ann McKinley, Hocking Hills 105-DNF Marge Weller, York Temple 109-DNF Triple Jump-1, Mike Conley, U.S., 56- tVi. Discus 1. Ramas Ubarats. Soviet Union, 220-2. Hammer-1, Yuri Sedykh, Soviet Union, 263-3. Women 100-1, Merlene Ottey, Jamaica, 10.84 seconds. 2, Gwen Torrence, U.S., 10.96. 200-1, Katrin Krabbe, Germany, 21.96. 1,000-1, Natalia Artyomova, Soviet Union, 2 minutes, 31.50 seconds. 5,000-1, Kathrln Ullrich, Germany, 14:58.71. 100 Hurdles-1, Gail Devers-Roberts, US., 12.48. High Jump-1, Helke Henkel, Germany, 6 leet, 7' Inches. Long Jump-1, Helke Drechsler, Germany, 23-23. Shot Put-1, Natalia Lisovskaya, Soviet Union, 65-4. Discus 1, like Wylluda, Germany, 218-9. 6th-t2,S0O, cl, 3YO up, Vil. Mister Galie 120 DancnShwOt 120 Bold Blazer 116 ElMayaguzn 120 Jon Juan 111 e-SamsBid 116 Processor 113 Gin Jon 122 a-Toddy T. 1 16 a-Coupled. 7th-22,900, ale, 3YO up, 6Vif. Dance Society 116 Marys Realty 113 LokTThNrth 110 Alseu log RageOtAqurs 113 Plumbago 113 Street Rumor 113 Overwhelmr 105 Soldier Cours 110 MiradOnthls 113 Mylrlendcot 113 th 74,700, ale, 3YO up, I Maml. Foolish Polite 115 Triple Elvis lis Sagishl 109 Arasanne 112 Lucent 109 Fitly TwoSkid 113 Tropical Scty 116 Dr.Cardla 107 RunBackHm 107 Infrared Ray 112 Private Vlntg 109 9th-4!,2O0, 3YO up, 1 VViml. Budwelser Breeders' Cup Prep. Court Hostess 119 River Bal 113 Mrynthmrnn 110 MershusRvr 113 Ladyago 113 Person! Rply 113 Monetarily 111 Hlth-MOO, Cutadmlr Presenting Jy Flnoncil Prst Muttrng Awy Batim Out Single Time Movln North Tromptapon Cl, 3YO up, 4' if. 116 WhersMyKys 113 116 ktkjwon 122 113 Count Francis 113 113 Fight AtNoon 116 113 .limbos Key 108 Key IserRod 114 113 Mr. Paradise 113 111 Spirited Runr lot , TOTAL FIRST DOWNS.... 29 46 Rushing 9 17 Passing 17 27 Penally 3 2 3rd Down Conv 4-21 17-28 NET YARDS 595 896 Avg,Game 297.5 4480 Total Plays 107 132 NET YDS RUSHING 184 295 Avg.Game 92.0 147.5 Rushing Plays 49 66 NET YDS PASSING 411 601 Avg.Game 205.5 300.5 Times Sacked 5-42 0-0 Att.Comp 53-31 66-41 Comp Pet 58.5 62.1 Had Intercepted 4 1 PUNTS'AVG 9-46.4 5-44.6 PENALTIESYDS 11-122 11-75 FUMBLES'LOST 3-2 0-0 TOUCHDOWNS .. 3 9 Rushing..... 0 4 Passing 3 3 Returns 0 2 Score By Periods 1 2 3 40T T Bengals 1 0 14 0 0 21 Opponents 7 27 M 27 0 75 Individual Rushing AM. Yds Avg. LG TD Brooks 31 128 4.1 14 0 Green 9 30 3.3 9 0 Esiason 3 12 4.0 6 0 Ball 3 II 3.7 6 0 Taylor 3 3 1.0 3 0 Bengals It IN 11 H 0 Opponents 66 295 44 43 4 Had Passing Art Cp. Yds TO LG Int. Esiason 48 28 422 3 152 4 Wllhelm.... 5 3 31 0 16 0 Bengals.. 53 31 453 3 152 4 Oppnnts- 66 41 601 1 tS2 1 Receiving Rtc Yds Avg. LG TD Hoknan 5 87 17.4 38 0 Brooks 5 33 6 6 11 0 Barber 4 72 180 142 1 James 4 66 16 5 22 1 McGee..... 3 86 28 7 152 1 Brown 3 57 19 0 42 0 Taylor 3 31 10.3 It 0 Green 2 9 4.5 8 0 Remberl 1 9 90 9 0 Ban 1 3 3.0 3 0 Bengals. 31 453 M.6 152 1 Opponents-.. 41 601 MJ 152 1 Punting No. Avg. LG Johnson... 9 46 4 59 0 Bengals 9 46.4 59 0 Opponents 5 444 59 0 Punt Returns No. Avg. LO TD Prlct 2 15 5 22 0 Bengals I 15 5 22 0 Opponents. 1 1.7 It Klckoff Returns Ne. Avg. LG TD Ball 7 19 4 23 0 James J 24 5 26 0 Price 2 19.0 22 0 Riggs 1 130 13 0 Bengals 1J 19.7 24 Opponents I 21.0 21 0 Scoring TDsby RunRecRet XP PO STP Barber 0 I 0 0-0 0-0 0 6 Favorite Lint Underdog MIAMI-FLA. 7 Houston Saturday's games Favorite Lint Underdog Georgia Tech 14Vi BOSTON COLL. DUKE W Rutgers OHIO STATE 17 Louisville S. Carolina 4 W. VIRGINIA Iowa 1 IOWA STATE Illinois 7 MISSOURI KANSAS 5 Tulsa NEBRASKA 22i Colorado State WYOMING 9 SW Louisiana Rice 7 NORTHWESTERN COLORADO 8 Baylor MICHIGAN 3'z Notre Dame CALIFORNIA IS Purdue ARIZONA lVi Stanford TEXAS A&M NVi LSU E. CAROLINA 3' Memphis St. TENNESSEE 8 Ucla PITTSBURGH Wli Temple AUBURN 12 Mississippi MISS. ST. 13Vi Tulane N. CAROLINA W Cincinnati Syracuse svi MARYLANO VIRGINIA 29 Navy FLORIDA 7 Alabama Arizona St, 4 OKLAHOMA ST. VANDERBILT 3 Smu Oregon 2 TEXAS TECH Penn State 7 S. CALIFORNIA Air Force 5 UTAH HAWAII 28 New Mexico NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUI Sunday's garnet Mike Battagha, park announcer and handlcapper at Turf-way Park, will pick four horses daily on the Turfway Park card. At the end ol the meet, Turfway will donate $50 for each winner. All money will go to the American Heart Association TOTAL POT: $350, TODAY'S PICKS: 3rd: Circle The City. 7th: Street Rumor. 8th: Tlrple Elvis. 9th: Court Hostess. Today's question: What player pitched a complete game victory In the longest World Series games In history? Tuesdays question: Who holds the record for the highest lifetime World Series batting average? (Qualification: 20 or more games). Tuesday's answer With St. Louis, Lou Brock hit .391 In 21 games (1964, 1967 and 1968).

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