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D-2Scoreboard the Cincinnati i nqi iui k i rkkiv, September 27, iwi TC Vhat's on Ml 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 to return to the main menu. Then press 1 or 3 to hear the other scores you want. There is no charge for the call. iii!!srci 1 Angeles 7, San Diego 5. 2B-TFernandei MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL San Diego at Cincinnati, WLW-AM (700), 7:35 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Northwest at at Harrison, WNLT-FM (104.3), 7:30 p.m. Fairfield vs. Lakota, WMOH-AM (1450), 7:30 p.m. Madeira at Indian Hill, WOBO-FM (88.7), 7:30 p.m. Middletown at Princeton, WCIN-AM (1480), 7:45 p.m., WPFB-AM (910). 7:40 p.m. Elder at LaSalle, WTSJ-AM (1050). 7:35 p.m.. HARNESS RACING Lebanon Raceway results, WLW-AM (700), 12:40 a.m. TALK SHOWS Bengals Report: WKRC-AM (550), 5:55 a.m., 8:55 a.m., and 3:55 p.m. In Fisherman Radio Network: WMOH-AM (1450), 6:20 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 and Tim Krumrie, WLW-AM (700), 7:55 a.m. Joe Nuxhall: WLW-AM (700), 8:25 a.m. Bob Costas: WMOH-AM (1450), 8:55 a.m. John Madden: WMOH-AM (1450), 12:15 p.m. Blue Rebel Update: WCVG-AM (1320), 5:28 p.m. Brennaman-Bench on Baseball: WLW-AM (700), 5:55 p.m. SportsTalk with Cris Collinsworth: WLW-AM (700), 6 p.m. SportsLine with Doug Kidd: WKRC-AM (550), 6.05 p.m. Murray Cook Report: WKRC-AM (550), 6:55 p.m. Sports Call: WIOK-FM (95.3), 7 p.m. Dave Lapham: WKRC-AM (550), 7:05 p.m. High School Football: WMOH-AM (1450), 10 p.m. Overnight Sportstalk: WMOH-AM (1450), 10 p.m. Extra Innings with Andy Furman: WLW-AM (700), immediately following the Reds game until midnight. Mike Battaglia, park announcer and handicapper at Turf-way Park, will pick four horses daily on the Turfway Park card. At the end of the meet, Turfway will donate $50 for each winner plus a bonus of $50 for each of his Enquirer picks of the day. All money will go to the American Heart Association, THURSDAY'S WINNINGS: $50. TOTAL: $1,250. TODAY'S PICKS: 4th: Arrogant Dancer. 5th: Allet. 7th: Raise The Hatchet. 9th: On The Edge." indicates Battaglia's Enquirer pick of the day. rw MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Philadelphia at New York Mets, WOR-Cable, 7:30 p.m. San Diego at Cincinnati, SportsChannel Cincinnati, 7:30 p.m. Chicago Cubs at St. Louis, WGN-Cable, 8:30 p.m. Atlanta at Houston, WTBS-Cable, 8:30 p.m. Minnesota at Toronto, ESPN, 7:30 p.m. San Francisco at LA Dodgers, ESPN, 10:30 p.m. GOLF Ryder Cup: USA-Cable, 8 a.m. HORSE RACING Turfway Report: Warner-Cable (Channel 27), Storer-Cable (Channel A36), 12:30 a.m. Fife m 8th-S30,5O0, 3YO up, alw, 116mi. la-Shotgun (118 Bruin) 8-5 2RipDabbs (116 Bass) 7-2 3a-Nevada ( 122 Lopez R.) 8-5 4 Canadian Deputy (1 13 Guzman) 20-1 5 Air Worthy (113 Allen) 5-2 6 Master Fast (113Radosevich) 4-1 7Apatuto (113 Kutz) 6-1 a-Couple. 9th-S30,500, 3YO up, alw, lmi. 1 On The Edge (122 Melancon) 9-5 2 Big Courage (112FoxT.) 3-1 3 Bobby M. (109Marte) 15-1 4 0'Brannigan (108 Parsley) 7-2 5 Spiced Coffee (U6LopezR.) 4-1 6 Our Silver Knight (116Jhnsn) 9-2 10th-S7,300, 3YO up, fm, Cl, 1-l16mi. 1 Pluie's Choice (113FoxT.) 20-1 2Madd (122 Moss) 3-1 3 Silvery Joy (111 Arguello) 6-1 4 Every Step Counts (108Bklmn) 30-1 5 Mary's Burg (113 Bruin) 12-1 6BoldMonika (113 Wydick) 12-1 7 Copelan's Girl (116 D'Amico T.) 15-1 8Maribot (108 Parsley) 7-2 9 Destiny Lane (115 Cox) 12-1 10 Julie's Wedge (llSCooksey) 5-1 llSuperNow (122LopezR.) 8-1 12 Justcallonme (122Moran) 15-1 Scratched: Hillian, It's A Mist. Turfway results THURSDAY NIGHT Weather Clear. Track Fast, lit 7,400, cl, mdn 2YO, lmi. Sophie's Wish (Lopez) 10.00 4.00 3.20 Snow Devil (Parsley) 3.00 2.80 Keyecslasy (Madrid) 3.60 Off 7:01, Time 1:44 2-5. Scralched-Hill B. On Over, Le'Scoundrel. 2nd-8,400, cl, 3YO up, 61. Loyola Miss (Ouzts) 55.00 17 20 8.60 Rebecca Girl (Bruin) 5.00 3.60 Fast Beat (Troilo) 11.40 Off 7:25. Time 1:13 3-5, Scratched-Gal-losette, Maribot, Plain Piper, Rumba With Me. Daily Double ( 10-6) paid $304.40. Exacla (6-2) paid 1226 60 3rd-6,500, cl, mdn 3YO t,i, 61. Juanila's Folly (Tsuchiya) 5.60 4 00 3.00 Annie's At It (Fortner) 9.80 5.40 Quickest Move (Johnson) 3.40 Off 7:51. Time 1:14 4-5. Scratched-D.C.'s Charm, Mutter, Silver Hiawatha, Ve-ra's Plum Sweets. Exacta (11-4) paid 155.60. 4th 9,100, cl, 3YO up, 6' if. Med Fund (Neff) 7.00 4.00 3.00 Mystical Jay (D'Amico) 6.00 4,20 Jon Juan (Parsley) 5.60 Oft 8:18. Time 1:18 1-5. Scratched-Rap-id Inspiration, Terry's Pinnochle. Exacta (3-5) paid 139.40. 5th-9,2M, cl, 3YO up, 1 l-Umi. Maverick Miner (Kutz) 11.40 7.00 4.40 GinJanlDeegan) 7.20 560 Sluki (Bruin) 5.00 Off 8:46. Time 1:46. Scratched-Run-away Casling. Exacla (4-8) paid S72.40. Tri-fecta (4-8-5) paid S435.80. 6th 20,200, mdn 3YO up, 6f. Contagious Love (Bass) 14.80 7.60 13.20 Raisedonfashion (Marie) 27.20 21.00 Black Lagoon (Deegan) 24.00 Off 9:13. Time 1:13 4-5. Exacla (3-1) paid S389.00. Pick Three (3-4-3) paid 5589.60. 7th-ll,900, cl, 2YO, 6'if. b-RevivalRunlCooksey) 3.20 2.40 2 20 Explosive Infidel (Ouzts) 13.40 6.00 Timeferalite (Arguello) 3.20 Oft 9:41. Time 1:20 4-5, Exacta (2-4) paid J54.40. b-Coupled. 8th 22,900, ale, 3YO up, 61. Forty Links (Bruin) 3.20 2,40 2.10 LookToTheNorth(Johnson) 2.80 2.20 Networker (Arguello) 2.10 Off 10:06. Time 1:11 2-5. Exacta (2-1) paid S6.60. Pick Six ( 11-3-4-3-2-2) No Winners. 5 Wins paid S23.60 (25 tickets). Carryover 11,771.00. 9th-2S,2M, ale, 3YO up, 6l'if. Fire In Ice I Bruin) 7.00 4.40 3 80 Crown Lease (Melancon) 8.80 4.80 Momsfurrari (Arguello) 3.80 Off 10:34. Time 1:17 2-5. Exacla (2-5) paid 189 80. Pick Three 12-2-2) paid 1 18 00 10th 9,200, el, 3YO up, lmi. Tudor Society (Johnson) 17.60 6.20 4.80 You Can Can Me Al (Estrella) 10 80 7.60 Priceless Peace (Parsley) 7.40 Oft 10:59. Time 1:40 4-5. Scralched-Da Nang, Market Street, Mr. Inevitable, Professor Longhair, St. Kilda. Daily Double (2-5) paid 148.00. Exacta 15-8) paid 1215.20. Trifec-ta (5-8-12) paid 12,663,20. Attendance 3,732. ITW Attendance 3,325. Total Attendance 7,057. Handle 1501,293.00. ITW 5565,212,00, Total Handle 11,066,505. Baseball ' Today in baseball '. SEPTEMBER 27 1923 - Lou Gehrig hit his first maior league home run. It came ott Bill Piercy of the Boston Red Sox. On the same dale 15 years later, Gehrig hit his 493rd and last . omer ott Dutch Leonard of the Senators. !?30 - Hack Wilson hit two home runs for the Chicago Cubs, giving him a National . League record of 56 for the season. 1935 The Chicago Cubs won their 21st consecutive game and clinched the National League pennant. 1936 - Walter Alston played In his only . major league game as a late-inning substi-. tute at first base for Johnny Miie of the St. , Louis Cardinals. Alston, who later went on . to manage the Dodgers for 23 years, made . one error In two chances and struck out in his only time at bat. 1940 - Rookie Floyd Giebafl pitched . the Detroit Tigers to a pennant-clinching 2-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians. It was . Giebalfs second and last maior -league win. Today's Birthday: Mike Schmidt 42. : Late box scores WEDNESDAY'S GAMES NATIONAL LEAGUE Padres Dodgers., ; LOS ANGELES abrhbi ab r h bi 5 10 0 3 2 2 1 4 12 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 12 4 12 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 10 0 10 0 0 " Butler cf 3 110 Roberts If DrJksncf TFrndi ss Faries ss FMcGr lb Sntiago c Birdlloc Teutel3b JCIark rt Shipley 2b Howell 3b Benesp Lffertsp , CHrndi c . LHrris ss , Stwbry rf r Murray lb Karros lb . Daniels If . Webstr tl . Scosciac m Javier cf . Samuel 2b . Ottrmn ph Shrprsn 3b Ojeda p . KeGrss p Hansen ph . Crews p . Wttlandp . GCrter ph . Totals 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 12 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 34 2 I 2 Totals 33 1 1 7 KM 000 001-2 200 110 4011 -I Samuel (17), Shar-Diego 1. LOB-Los - Los Angeles San Diego E-LHarris (19), ' person (3). DP-San NFL standings NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 4 0 0 1 000 127 95 Miami 2 2 0 . 500 77 71 New England ...... 2 2 0 500 46 67 N Y. Jets 1 3 0 250 62 75 Indianapolis 0 4 0 .000 37 82 Central Houston 3 1 0 .750 114 55 Cleveland 2 2 0 .500 58 52 Pittsburgh 2 2 0 .500 94 101 Cincinnati 0 4 0 .000 61 123 West Denver 3 I 0 .750 101 59 Kansas City ........ 2 2 0 .500 51 50 LA Raiders 2 2 0 . 500 66 81 Seattle 1 3 0 . 250 67 76 San Diego 0 4 0 .000 63 100 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pel. PF PA Washington 4 0 0 1.000 146 58 Philadelphia 3 1 0 .750 77 43 Dallas 2 2 0 .500 74 80 NY Giants. 2 2 0 . 500 59 63 Phoenix 2 2 0 .500 59 75 Central Chicago 4 0 0 1.000 70 56 Detroit 3 1 0 .750 73 96 Minnesota .. 2 2 0 .500 43 69 Green Bay 1 3 0 .250 4 5 72 Tampa Bay 0 4 0 .000 56 69 West Miami statistics Team Date W-L Score Opponent Art Aug. 31 W 15-7 Ban Slate 18,606 Sept, 7 L 23-20 Kentucky 58,100 Sept.14 W 29-3 E. Michigan 17,784 MU Opp TOTAL FIRST DOWNS.... 59 38 Rushing 36 16 Passing 18 17 Penalty 5 5 3rd Down Conv 14-44 16-45 NET YARDS 1,105 665 Avg.Game 368.3 221.7 Total Plays 218 185 NET YDS RUSHING 685 249 Avg. 'Game 228.3 830 Rushing Plays 74 100 NET YDS PASSING 420 416 Avg.Game 140 138 7 Times Sacked 7-67 643 AttComp 71-28 69-37 Comp, Pet 394 .536 Had Intercepted 2 6 PUNTS'AVG 20-37,3 20-39.9 PENALTIES' YDS... 22-178 20-163 FUMBLESLOST 2-0 6-3 TOUCHDOWNS 7 4 Score By Periods 1 2 3 4 T. Miami 14 9 13 21 64 Opponents 3 23 0 7 33 Individual Rushing An. Yds Avg. LG TD Carter 59 338 5,5 52 1 Elerbe 51 202 3.8 13 2 Clement 30 187 4 9 23 1 Stegal 2 25 125 16 0 Wallace 2 4 20 2 0 Beechum 1 2 20 2 0 Poynton 1 -3 -3,0 -3 0 Others 1 -9 - - 0 Miami 147 758 4.7 52 4 Opponents 116 353 2.1 21 1 Had Passing Art Cp. Yds. TD LG Int. Clemert. 71 28 420 3 60 2 Miami 71 420 1 60 2 Oppnnts. 69 37 249 3 34 i Receiving Ret Yds Avg. LG TD StegeH 122 153 24 0 Patterson 6 144 24.0 60 2 Carter. 6 63 10.5 39 1 Patton 4 54 13.5 18 0 Bennlng 4 37 9,3 12 0 Miami 28 420 15.0 60 3 Opponents 37 416 11.2 34 3 Pro Football College The Latest Line (Home Team in CAPS) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League Favorite Line Underdog CINCINNATI Pick San Diego PITTSBURGH 8-9 Montreal NEW YORK Pick Philadelphia Atlanta Vl -7'j HOUSTON ST. LOUIS 6-7 Chicago LOS ANGELES 7-8 San Francisco AMERICAN LEAGUE Favorite Line Underdog TORONTO Pick Minnesota CLEVELAND 5'i-6'i New York DETROIT 7-8 Baltimore CHICAGO 8-9 Seattle MILWAUKEE 5'i-6Vz Boston KANSAS CITY 5'3-6'i California OAKLAND Even-6 Texas COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday Favorite Line Underdog NC STATE 8 North Carolina Florida State 2"i MICHIGAN CLEMSON 9 Georgia Tech FLORIDA (B) 14 Mississippi State ARMY 29'j Harvard VIRGINIA m Duke PENN STATE 27 Boston College MICHIGAN ST. 12 Rutgers South Carolina 2 E. CAROLINA WYOMING 14 Texas-El Paso Notre Dame 23' PURDUE OKLAHOMA 18' Virginia Tech BYU 10 Air Force Hawaii 1 COLORADO ST. Wake Forest 1 NORTHWESTERN Miami-Florida 26'i TULSA Indiana Vh MISSOURI WASHINGTON 39 Kansas State Colorado 7vj STANFORD LOUISVILLE 3 South. Mississippi TENNESSEE 6'1 Auburn TEXAS A8.M 25Vz SW Louisiana MISSISSIPPI (C) llvj Arkansas TEXAS TECH 3 Texas Christian Alabama 18 VANDERBILT Pittsburgh 10 MINNESOTA Baylor 25 SMU RICE 5 Iowa State Syracuse 20 TULANE Nebraska M ARIZONA ST. Southern Cal Even OREGON (B) - at Orlando (C) at Jackson NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Sunday Favorite Line Underdog BUFFALO 7vj Chicago N.Y. Giants 2VS DALLAS DETROIT S'h Tampa Bay New Orleans t'a ATLANTA San Francisco 3 L.A. RAIDERS SEATTLE 8 Indianapolis L.A. RAMS 5 Green Bay Miami 2'S N.Y. JETS PHOENIX 7 New England Kansas City 4 SAN DIEGO MINNESOTA 5 Denver Monday Favorite Line Underdog WASHINGTON 6 Philadelphia Odds provided by Jim Feist Sports, Las Vegas, Nev. Walker, special assignment scout, to general manager. Kansas City Royals-Appointed Joe Klein special assignment scout for the major leagues and Classes AAA and AA, and promoted Steve Schryver, special assignment scout, to director of the minor league system. BASKETBALL USA Basketball-Named Ed Lacerte, Boston Celtics physical therapist-trainer, to a similar position with the 1992 U.S. Olympic team. National Basketball Association Chicago Bulls-Signed Mark Randall, forward, to a 1-year contract. Washington Bullets Signed Wes Un-seld, coach, to a 3-year contract. FOOTBALL National Football League New York Giants-Placed Erik Howard, nose tackle, on injured reserve. Signed Greg Meisner, nose tackle. Released Jerry Bouldin, wide reciever, from the practice squad. San Francisco 49ers-Placed Ron Lewis, wide receiver, on injured reserve. Re-signed Jim Burt, nose tackle. , HOCKEY National Hockey League Buffalo Sabres-Assigned David unman, goaltender; Peter Ciavaglia and Bob Corkum, centers; and Joel Savage and Jfri Sejba, forwards, to Rochester of the American Hockey League. " Chicago 6 lack hawks -Traded Mik'e Dagenais, defenseman, to the Quebec Nor-diques, for Ryan McGill, defenseman. Detroit Red Wings-Sent Bill McDou-gall and Mike Sillinger, centers, and Daniel Shank, Sheldon Kennedy, Jim Cummins and Ken Quinney, right wings, to Adirondack f the American Hockey League. New Jersey Devils-Sent Neil Brady center, Jamie Huscroft, defenseman, and Valeri Zelepukin, left wing, to Utica of me American Hockey League. New Yo'k Rangers-Signed Tfrn Kerr, right wing. ' COLLEGE Idaho Signed Larry Eustachy, men's basketball coach, to a 4-year contract. Utah Signed Rick Majerus, men's basketball coach, to a 5-year contract, a College results WOMEN'S TENNIS ' UC 7, Dayton 2 Singles: Kippley (UC) d. Hession 6-3. 6- 3; Spencer (UC) d. Murphy 6-2, 6-4; Kohnle (UC) d. Sylas 6-1, 6-3; Unwin ID) d. Zumbiel 7- 5, 6-4; Blancenbecler (UC) d. Herrick e-2, 6-0; Vollmer (UC) d. Dunson 3-6, 6-1, 6r2. Doubles: Kippley-Spencer (UC) d. Murphy-Sylas 6-1, 6-2; Hession-Unwln (D) d. Kohnle-Zumbiel 7-6, 6-2; Blacenbecler-Goodrich (UC) d. Herrlck-Picy 6-3, 6-7, 1-0 ret. Record: UC 1-0. UC's next match is Saturday at Wright State. VOLLEYBALL Miami def. Ball State, 15-8, 15-9, 8-15, 10-15, 15-13. Records: MU 9-3, Ball St. 7-3. Miami's next game: Miami Invitational, vs. Southern Illinois, 7:30 p.m. at Millet! Hall. , Thomas More d. Earlham, 15-5, 15-10. Thomas More d. Midway, 15-3, 15-8. TM record TM 15-3. , MEN'S SOCCER Thomas More 2, Morehead State 1 Goals: TM-Reid, Rhodis; MS-Chicka-muyka. Records: TM-6-10; MSU 4-5. High School Football Ludlow 32, Hillcresl 0 Boys soccer Milford 3, Hamilton 1 Goals: M Clawson, Chaney, Stevens. H-Miranda. Records: H 1-9-2, M 5-4-4. Indian Hill 2, Wyoming 1 Goals: IH-Kassar, Frazier. W-Chris-tian. Records: IH 9-0-1 16-0 CHL), W 4-6-1 (4-2). Loveland 1, Reading 0 Goal: L-Frick. Shutout: Busemeyer (three saves). Records: L 3-6-1 (2-2 CHL), R 1-8 (1-4). Finneytown 4, Taylor 0 Goals: F Warren, Shapiro, Daugh-tery, E. Hauck. Shutout: Borden and Hern. Records: F 6-1-2 (4-0 CHL), T 3-4-2 (1-3-1). Batavia 2, St. Bernard 0 Goals: B Layman 2. Shutout: Montgomery and Mullikan. Records: B 5-4-3 (2-2-2 MVC). Kings 5, Waynesville 1 Goals: K-Shandersky, Morwood 2, Beckstedt, Cornelius. W-Eric Spires. Records: Kings 8-1, (5-1 FAVC). Cincinnati Christian 2, Ross 0 Goals: CC Kelly 2. Shutout: Rieger (eight saves). Records: CC 4-4-2, R 6-5. Middletown 2, Sycamore 0 Goals: M Tucker 2. Crawford recorded four saves and the shutout. Records: M 8-2-2(7-1-2 GMO.S 6-2-2. Mt. Healthy 8, Western Hills 0 Goals: MH-Reichert 4, Rittmeier, Lindsey, Miller, Dorsey. Shutout: Martin (four saves). Records: MH 6-3-1 (3-1-1 MCC). Walnut Hills 0, Northwest 0 Shutouts: Walnut Hills-Flickner (four saves). Northwest-Ross (14 saves). Records: WH 6-3-3 13-0-2 QCC), NW 4-3-4 (0-2-3). Mason 4, Little Miami 0 Goals: M-Baysore, Milter, J. Tymitz, Gentry. Shutout: Jetfers (10 saves). Records: M 7-2-2 (6-1 FAVC), LM 2-7 (1-5). New Richmond 1, Bethel-Tate 1 Goals: NR-Wells. BT-Bauer, Records: NR 5-3-2 (1-2-1 SBC), BT 3-3-2 (1-2-11. Cincinnati Country Day 1, Seven Hills 0 Goal: C-Hamilton. Shutout: Smith (4 saves). Records: C 7-1-2, S 6-1-3. Deer Park 1, Mariemont 1 Goals: D-Cochran. M-Hatner. Records: D 3-4-2 (0-3-1 CHL); M 1-B-l, 0-3-1. Elder 2, Colerain 0 Goals: Diersing, Sellet. Shutout: Williams 7 saves L: Records: E 6-3-2; C 2-3-4. Madeira 3, Pureed Marian 1 Goals: M-Beyersdorter, L. Huon, Chase. P-Dickman. Records: M 7-4, P 1-7-1. Anderson 4, Harrison 1 Goals: A-Shertzer 2, Lobring 2. H-Braker. Records: A 7-2-1 (41 QCC), H 3-4-3, 0-2-2. Turpin 3, Amelia 0 Goals: Petry, Braun, Greene. Shutout: Moss (4 saves) Records: T 8-1-2. North College Hill 4, CNE 2 Goals: NCH-Wuerth, Everhart, Cameron, Boling. C Arnold, Yeager. Records: N 4-5-1 (3-1 SBC). Girls soccer Wyoming 5, Deer Park 0 Goals: W-Fischer 2, Porter, DeBra, Greene. Fluharty, Wright, Hilb combined for the shutout. Records: W 7-3-1 (5-0 CHL), DP 2-5-1 (0-4) Summit Country Day 2, Notre Dame Academy 1 Goals: SCD-Hehman, Rhoades. ND-Haarberg. Records: SCD 5-6, ND 10-5-1. Seven Hills 9, Miami Valley 0 Goals: SH-Rowitz 3, Cotton 2, Gannim, Barker, Jetfers, Gari. Hughes recorded six saves and the shutout. Records: SH 5-4-1. Bethel-Tate 2, New Richmond 1 Goals: B-Poling, Davis. NR-T. Cart-wright. Records: BT 4-5-1 (1-3 SBC). Kings 5, Waynesville 0 Goals: K-Gose, Kiehl, Shanderski, Kll 2. Morgan and Shanderski combined for the shutout. Records: K 6-2-1. Milford 6, Hamilton 0 Goals: M A. Sellers 2, Deyo 2, Garles-ki. Brown. Brown and Bryan combined for the shutout Records: M 10-2 (7-1 GMC). Clermont NE 4, North College Hill 0 Goals: CNE Glaze, Lemon, Sebastian 2. Goalie Wells made seven saves. Records: C 10-1-1. N 3-4-2. Lemon Monroe 8, Talawanda 0 Goals: L Michael 3, Walters, Dineen, L. Kelly, Williams, Lawson. Morgan and Stafford combined for the shutout. Records: LM 4-6-1 (2-3-1 MML), T 3-8 (0-7). Girls tennis Finneytown 3, Mt. Healthy 1 Mixon (MH) d. Johnson 6-4, 4-6, 6-3; Grimes (F) d. Morris 6-4, 4-6, 6-4; Gibson (MH) d. Bolton 6-0, 6-0; Ihrig-McKenna IF) d. Moeller-Mason 2-6, 6-0, 6-1; Wood-Econo-macof (F) d. Haisley-Liford 4-6, 64, 6-1. Records: F 8-7, MH 2-13. St. Bernard 5, Western Hills 0 Hamm def. Swann 6-3, 6-4; Hyden def. Russell 6-4, 7-6; Ward def. LeCount 6-1, 6-3; Pack-Hatfield det. Sietferman-Lenihan 6-0, 7- 5, Hines-Pease def. Cox-Cox 6-4, 6-4. Records: St. Bernard 10-6. Anderson 5, Harrison 0 Hathaway d. Ham 6-0, 6-0; Hart d. Brush 6-0, 6-0; Lang d. Buschur 6-1, 6-0; Wallace-Paupuke d. Tracy-Evans 7-5, 6-0; Young-Heiderth d. Johnson-Stubenrauch 6-1, 6-2. Records: A 11-6, 18-0 QCC); H 7-7, (3-4). Ursuline 5, Roger Bacon 0 Kroth d. Barnett 6-1, 6-1; Reiner d. Kettler 6-0, 6-0; Caslellini d. Carrico 6-0, 6-0; Brown-Caress d. Auciello-Rother 6-1, 6-0; Everson-Skowronek d. Carrlco-Cunnlngham 6-0, 6-0. Records: U 13-0 (7-0 GGCL), R 2-13, (1-7). Turpin 4, Winton Woods 1 Volkens (W) d. Walker 6-4, 6-2; Fur-man (T) d. Brown 6-0, 6-1; Ratusz (T) d. Woods 6-3, 6-0; Crist-Steen (T) d. Schrey-Montgomery 6-2, 6-3; Bertelli-Gaible (T) d. Brown-Claugherly 6-0, 6-0. Records: T 10-7 (3-4 QCC). Seven Hills 4, Oak Hills 1 C. Brannon (O) d. Schwartz 6-2, 6-0; Olmos (S) d. Stahl 6-4, 6-1; Williams (S) d. Brannon 6-3, 6-0; Lutz-Binkley (S) D. Alex-Beiser 2-6, 6-4, 6-2; Witten-Lolseau (S) d. Cain-Huesman 6-0, 6-0. Records: S 9-4, 0 9-7 Indian Hill 5, Deer Park 0 Bell d. A. Brown 6-0, 6-0, Holbrook d. J. Brown 6-0, 6-0; Paul won by default; La-londe-Bagnoll d. SiegJer-Burnett 6-0, 6-0; Ryan-Besl won by default. Records: I 9-5, (M CHL); DP 0-11, (0-5). Mariemont 5, Taylor 0 Bevis d. Kimbelton 6-0, 6-0; Hadden d. Sa. Shlnn 6-3, 6-0; Lefebrue d. Wocher 6-1, 6-1; Grlner-Mileham d. Thieman-Niemeier 6-1, 6-1; Stratton-Harness d. Moeller-Sh. Shinn 2-6, 7-5, 6-3. Records: M 8-4 (4-0 CHL), T 3-10 (1-4 CHL). Wyoming 4, Madeira 1 Byer (W) d. Ftoering, 6-1, 6-1; Quiroga ( W ) d. Brueggeman, 6-3, 6-4; DeGuia I M ) d. Marly, 6-4, 6-3. Steves-Goggans (W) d. Harrod-MacMeans, 7-6, 6-3; Anderson-Me-zibov (W) d. Hornsby-Patterson, 6-1, 6-3. W 6-11 (3-2), M 4-9 (3-3). Seton 5, Pureed Marian 0 Kalne d. Boyd 6-2, 6-0; Sheppard d. Rice 5- 7, 7-5, 6-0; Desmond d. Planer 6-0, 6-1; Yungbluth-Pall d. WiUiems-Browarski 6-0, 6- 0; Slrassel-Wiegand d. Sexton-Lynch 64, 6-2. Records: S 1 1-4 (6-2 GGCL); P 2-8, 06. St. Ursula 4, Hamilton Badin 1 Michael IS) d. Witlman 6-3, 6-1; Ton-dow IS) d. Kuhlmann 6-4, 6-2; Hodges (H) d. Brunner 6-2, 4-6, 6-1; Neyer-Bachman (S) d. Me. Paler-Ms. Pater 6-3, 6-1; Klng-LePore (S) d. Davln-Smlth 6-3, 6-0. Records: S 11-6, 8- 1 GGCL; 10-5, 5-4. CCD 3, Indian Hill 1 Thomas (CCD) d. Bell 6-3, 4-6, 6-3; Heimann (CCD) d, Holbrook 6-0, 6-1; Jelfers (CCD) d. Paul 6-2, 6-1; Bagnoli-Lalonde (IH) d. ZeH-Amem 6-2, 7-6; Ryan-Besl (IH) d. Hawkins-Mount 6-7, 6-3, 6-4. Records: CCD 10-3, IH 8-5. CCD 3, Summit Country Day 1 Thomas (CCD) d. Eiseman 6-4, 6-3; Spray (S) d. Helmann 6-1, 6-1; Jetfers (CCD) d. Ellcker 6-1, 6-1; Tondow-Ackley (S) d. Walker-Mount 3-6, 6-2, 6-2; Amann-Hawkins (S) d. Luebbers-Johnson 6-7, 6-1, 6-0. Records: S 13-2; CCO 11-3. Boys golf Deer Park 168, Mt. Healthy 233 Medalist: Dean Brown ol Deer Park shol a live-over 40 on the back nine of Winton Woods. Records: DP 13-6, MH 5-10. Seven Hills 171, Cln. Country Day 173, Miami Valley 2k) Medalists: Ned Elliott, Rob Hawkins and Phil Flcks ol Seven Hills and David Zimmerman ol CCD each shol seven-over 42 on back nine ol Pleasant Hil. Records: SH 9-7, CCD 10-4. Wyoming 180, Winton Woods 111 Co-medalists: Bartlett and Goeddel of Wyoming each shot live-over par 41 on the front nine at Winton Woods. Records: Wyom7-6, WW 3-12. St. Xavier 164, Hamilton 182 Medalist: Mike Isaac ol SI. Xavier shot a three-over 39 on the Iront nine at Hyde Park Country Club. Records: St. X 12-1, H 5-6 Batavia 194, St. Bernard 219 Medalist: Ryan Stolfel of Batavia shot a five-over 41 at Friendly Meadows. Records: B 3-10, SB 1-12. Lockland 117, Roger Bacon 193 Medalist: Brian Collins of Lockland shot a seven-over 43 on the front nine at Sharon Woods. Records: L 11-5. Loveland 168, Taylor 193 Medalist: Craig Oickey (H) 5-over 39 on the front nine at Shawny Lookout. Records: L 11-3, T 4-6. Walnut Hills 173, Reading 190 Medalist: Jarrod Purdon (W) 4-over 39 at California. Finneytown 116, Ross 207 Medalist: Brian Buerkle (F) 8-over 43 at Miamiview. Records: F 9-8. SOUTHERN BUCKEYE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Team scores: Bethel-Tate 166, North College Hi 181, Western Brown 184, New Richmond 186, Felicity 187. Medalist: Jim Herrmann of Western Brown shot two-over 38 on the front nine of Friendly Meadows. Girls golf Princeton 200, Indian Hill 212, Lakota 225 Medalist: Missy Winkle of Princeton five-over 41 at Vista Verda. Records: P 9-4, IH 8-8 L 59 Ursuline 222, Taylor 271 Medalist: Carrie McCaffrey of Ursuline shot an eight-over 42 on the front nine Shawnee Lookout. Records: U 12-3, T 07. Volleyball Anderson d. Taft, 15-2, 15-2 Sycamore (7-4, 3-3 GMC) d. Lima (8-5), 14-16, 15-13, 15-11. Mercy (9-2) d. Hamilton Badin (9-6), 15-7, 13-15, 15-5. Cincinnati Country Day d. Summit Country Day (3-9), 17-15, 15-6 Oak Hills (9-4, 6-0 MCC) d. Aiken (7-5, 3-3), 15-7, 15-9 Lo eland (6-4, 6-1 CHL) d. Mariemont 15-5, 15-10. Mt. Healthy (4-10, 2-4 MCC) A Western Hills 14-8, 1-5), 15-10, 15-13. Hamilton (11-3, 4-2 GMC) d. Middle-town 15-7, 15-4. Talawanda (7-7, 7-3 MML) d. Franklin, 15-11, 15-1. Mt. Notre Dame (9-4, GGCL 3-2) d. McNicholas, 16-14, 15-3. Princeton (7-7, 4-2 GMC) d. Lakota (6-7,4-2), 15-13, 5-15, 15-6. Amelia (7-5, 4-2 QCCA) d. Woodward (2-8, 1-5), 15-2, 15-12. Northwest (8-4, 5-1 QCCN) d. Harrison (10-2,5-1), 16-14, 15-9. Walnut Hills ( 10-5, 4-2 QCCN) d. Winton Woods (4-8, 1-5), 10-15, 15-6, 15-1. Ursuline ( 13-0, 5-0 GGCL) d. Seton (7-5, 0-4), 16-14, 15-10. McAuley (6-2, 3-2 GGCL) d. Roger Bacon 15-12, 15-12. Walnut Hills 1 10-5, 3-2 QCCN) d. Winton Woods (5-5, 1-4) 10-15, 15-6, 15-1. St. Ursula (7-4, 4-2 GGCL) d. Purcell Marian (3-11) 15-5, 15-10. Lockland (13-2, 10-1 MVC) d. Seven Hills (7-6, 4-5) 15-11, 15-5. Turpin (8-3, 5-1 QCCA) d. Glen Este (1-11,0-5) 15-5, 15-11. Princeton d. Lakota (6-8, 4-2 GMC) 15-13, 5-15, 15-6. St. Bernard (8-5, 7-3 MVC) d. Batavia (2-13, 2-8) 15-6, 15-9. Williamsburg (12-1, 8-1 SBC) d. New Richmond (3-10) 15-1, 15-3. Finneytown (7-2, 7-0 CHL) d. Madeira (9-3,6-1) 16-14, 15-6. Deer Park (8-5, 5-2 CHL) d. Taylor (3-10, 1-6) 15-2, 15-8. Milford (14-1, 6-0 CHL) d. Fairfield (5-7, 3-61 15-2, 16-14. Felicity (15-1, 8-1 SBC) d. Bethel-Tale (5-9, 3-6) 12-15, 15-4, 15-3. Field hockey Summit Country Day 2, Indian Hill 1 Goals: S-Harrison, Dever. I-Burns. Records: SCD 7-4, IH 3-4-2. Prep schedule FOOTBALL Friday, Sept. 27 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) (Metro County Conference) Aiken at Colerain, 8 p.m. Mt. Healthy at Oak Hills Western Hills at Wilhrow, 8 p.m. (Queen City Conlerence American) Amelia at Woodward Taft at Anderson Turpin at Glen Este (Queen City Conlerence - National) Northwest at Harrison Winton Woods at Walnut Hills Hughes at Norwood (Southern Buckeye Conlerence) Bethel-Tate at Williamsburg Western Brown at New Richmond North College Hid at Clermont Northeastern (Mid Miami League) Miamisburg at Lemon-Monroe Franklin at Talawanda Bishop Fenwick at Lebanon Carroll at Edgewood (Cincinnati Hills League) Deer Park at CAPE Mariemont at Taylor Madeira at Indian Hill Wyoming at Reading Finneytown at Loveland (Greater Miami Conference) Hamilton at Sycamore, 8 p.m. Middletown at Princeton, 8 p.m. Lima at Milford, 8 p.m. Fairfield at Lakota, 8 p.m. (Fort Ancient Valley Conlerence) Ross at Mason Little Miami at Goshen Springboro at Blanchester (Greater Cincinnati League - South) Elder at La Salle, 8 p.m. Moeller at St. Xavier Greater Cincinnati League - North) McNicholas at Roger Bacon, 8 p.m. (Miami Valley Conference) Landmark at Lockland Non League Kettering Alter vs. Holmes at CentervMe East Clinton at Kings Saturday, Sept. 21 Greater Cincinnati League - North) Pureed Marian at Hamilton Badin, 8 p.m. (Miami Valley Conlerence) Cincinnati Country Day at Batavia, 2 p.m. New Miami at Summit Country Day, 2 p.m. KENTUCKY FOOTBALL Friday, Sept. 27 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Scott Co. at Beechwood Bellevue at Campbellsville, 8 p.m. Boone County at Bryan Station Newport at Campbell County Simon Kenton at Dayton Highlands at Scott Holmes at Kettering Alter Lloyd at Dixie GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Friday, Sept. 27 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Winton WoodS'Northwest at Sycamore Invitational Saturday, Sept. 21 HarrlsonLebenon'Cheminede at Ursuline Invitational, 10 a.m. Winton Woods: Northwest at Sycamore Invitational, 10 a.m. MercyMcAuley Fall Classic (At Mother ol Mercy) Louisville Holy Rosary vs. Notre Dame (Park Hills), noon Holy Rosary vs. Reynoldsburg, 1 p m. Reynoldsburg vs. Notre Dame, 2 p.m. Mercy vs. Louisville Presentation, 4 p.m. Mercy vs. Strongsville, 5 p.m. Presentation vs. Strongsville, 6 p.m. (At McAuley High School) McAuley vs. Ft. Thomas, Ky. Highlands, noon McAuley vs. Brecksville, 1 p.m. Brecksvllle vs. Highlands, 2 p.m, Erlanger SI. Henry vs. Huber Heights Wayne, 4 p.m. St. Henry vs. Akron Hoban, 5 p.m. Waynce vs. Hoban, 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29 MtrcyMcAuley Fall Classic (At UC'S Shoemaker Center) Pool playofls at 10 and 11:15 a.m. Losers bracket finals, noon Championship: 2:30 p.m. GIRLS SOCCER Friday, Sept. 27 (Games begin at 7 p ro. unless noted) Clermonl Northeastern at Cincinnati Country Day, 4:30 p m. Dixie Heights at McAuley, S p.m. BOYS SOCCER Friday, Sept. 27 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Oak Hills at Lexln-iton, I p.m. 126), Santiago (21), 3B-Scioscia (21. HR Sharper ion (21, McGrift (30), Santiago i lei. o-santiaqo i iu). s-aenes. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles OiedaL,ll-9 4'i 5 4 10 2 KeGross 13 1 0 0 1 3 Crews 1 2 4 4 2 1 Wetteland 1 0 0 0 0 3 San Diego BenesW,14-10 7 7 1 1 2 7 Lelferts 2 1110 4 Umpires-Home, Runge; First, Win ters; second, west; Third, Gregg. T-2 49. A-25,668. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yankees 8 Brewers 6 NEW YORK MILWAUKEE ab r h bi ab r h bi Sax 2b 6 13 1 Molilor dh 6 0 0 0 Leyrit! Jb 3 0 2 1 Rndlph2b 5 110 Lovullo 3b 1 0 0 0 Surhoff c 5 0 3 1 Mltngly lb 5 110 Yountcf 4 0 0 0 RKellylf 6 12 3 GVghnlf 4 3 2 1 Mulens rf 3 10 0 Hmlton rf 4 2 11 Shrdn rt 2 0 0 0 Gntner 3b 5 0 3 1 Ramos c 3 12 1 Canale lb 2 0 0 0 Nokesc 3 0 0 0 Mclnts lb 10 0 0 Hphrys dh 4 12 0 Stubbs lb 10 0 0 Maas dh 10 10 Spiers ss 2 0 0 0 Espnia ss 5 12 2 Sveum ss 2 0 12 Wilms cf 5 110 CXnder pr 0 0 0 0 Totals 47 1 16 Totals 41 6 IU New York 010 400 000 03-1 Milwaukee 100 020 002 01-6 E-Randolph (18). DP-New York 3, Milwaukee 2. LOB New York 10, Milwaukee 7. 2B RKelly (16), Ramos (1), Espi-noia 2 (22), Randolph (13). 3B-GVaughn (5), Hamilton (6). HR RKelly (18), GVaughn 125). CS-Leyriti (1). S-Lovullo IP H RER BB SO New York Sanderson 5 Vt 7 3 3 0 3 Guetterman 1 Vi 0 0 0 1 0 Habyan 1 "3 I 2 2 1 1 Farr 13 I 0 0 1 0 Mills W.1-0 2 2 1 1 1 1 Milwaukee Plesac 3 "3 7 5 5 2 2 Holmes 3 4 0 0 0 1 Machado 23 2 0 0 0 5 August L.9-8 2 3 3 3 1 1 HBP-by Farr (Stubbs). WP-August. Umpires-Home, McClelland, First, Oenkin-ger; Second, McCoy; Third, Merrill. T 3:56. A 7,691. New Orleans 4 0 0 1.000 94 41 Atlanta 2 2 0 .500 56 61 San Francisco 2 2 0 .500 89 57 LA Rams 1 3 0 .250 50 88 SUNDAY'S GAMES New York Giants 13, Cleveland 10 Detroit 33, Indianapolis 24 Miami 16, Green Bay 13 Washington 34, Cincinnati 27 New England 24, Houston 20 Atlanta 21, L.A. Raiders 17 New Orleans 26, Minnesota 0 Philadelphia 23, Pittsburgh 14 Denver 27, San Diego 19 San Francisco 27, L.A. Rams 10 Kansas City 20, Seattle 13 Buffalo 17, Tampa Bay 10 Dallas 17, Phoenix 9 MONDAY'S GAME Chicago 19, New York Jets 13, OT SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 Chicago at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Detroit, I p.m. New Orleans at Atlanta, 1 p.m. New York Giants at Dallas, 1 p.m. San Francisco at L.A. Raiders, 4 p.m. Green Bay at L.A. Rams, 4 p.m. Indianapolis at Seattle, 4 p.m. Kansas City at San Diego, 4 p.m. Miami at New York Jets, 4 p.m. New England at Phoenix, 4 p.m. Denver at Minnesota, 8 p.m. BYE: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Pittsburgh MONDAY, SEPT. 30 Philadelphia at Washington, 9 p.m. Punting No. Avg. LG B Valenle 20 37.3 50 0 Miami 20 37.3 50 0 Opponents 20 39.9 49 0 Punt Returns No. Avg. LG TD Wallace 11 7.4 13 0 Williams 1 5.0 5 0 Miami 12 5.3 13 0 Opponents 12 8.2 49 0 Kickofl Returns No. Avg. LG TD Stegall 4 230 27 0 Wallace 2 220 23 0 Benning 1 12.0 12 0 Fidler 1 6.0 6 0 Miami I 19.3 27 0 Opponents. 96 20.2 30 0 Scoring TDsby RunRecRet XP FG STP Lucas 0 0 0 4-6 4-6 0 16 Patterson 0 2 0 2 0 0 14 Ellerbe 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 Carter 1 1 0 0 0 0 12 Clement 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Miami 4 3 0 4-6 4-6 2 64 Opponents.. 1 3 0 3-4 2-2 0 33 Field Goals 1-19 20-29 30-3940-49 50 Lucas 0-0 3-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 Interceptions No. Yds. TD Renfro 2 18 0 Lindsey 2 0 0 Carpenter 1 14 0 Thomas. 1 0 0 Miami. 6 32 0 Opponents. 2 0 0 Tackles Tk. Ast Tot Sck FR McMillan 29 26 55 0 I Renlro 13 23 36 1 0 McCreanor 8 20 28 0 0 Fraiier 12 10 22 0 0 Howard 16 4 20 2 0 Wauford 10 9 19 2 0 Carpenter 12 6 18 0 0 Williams 9 6 15 0 0 Fidler 9 4 15 0 0 Blanton 4 10 14 0 0 Lindsey 9 4 13 0 0 Atria 7 5 12 2 2 Thomas 8 3 II 0 0 Staten 4 4 8 0 0 Wilson 4 3 7 0 0 Allen 2 3 5 0 0 Joyce 3 14 0 0 Patton 3 0 3 0 0 Thornton 2 13 0 0 Phillips 2 13 0 0 Flaharty 2 13 0 0 Kamberis 2 0 2 0 0 Hollins 2 0 2 0 0 Michelson 112 0 0 Coleman 112 0 0 Wallace 10 10 0 Tramontane 10 10 0 Plstolesl, Italy, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3, Doubles Jacco Eltingh and Tom Kempers, Netherlands, det. Andrea Gaudenil, Italy, and Thomas Muster 18), Austria, 6-3, 6-4. Vicente Solves, Spain, and Tobias Svantesson, Sweden, def. Jordl Arrese and Fransisco Roig, Spain, 5-7, 6-2, 7-5. Nokia Masters ESSEN, Germany - Results Thursday from the 1500,000 Nokia Masters women's exhibition tennis tournament: Round Robin Mary Joe Fernandez, Miami, det. Con-cMta Marlinez, Spain, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2. Monica Seles, Yugoslavia, del. Anke Huber, Germany, 6-t, 6-2. Martina Navratilova, Aspen, Colo., det. Arantxa Sanchez, Spain, 7-6 19-7), 6-3. Queensland Open BRISBANE, Australia - Results Thursday of the Queensland Open tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): Second Round Brad Gilbert (I), Oakland, Calif., def. Niclas Kroon, Sweden, 6-2, 6-1 Wayne Ferrelra 15), South Africa, del. Daniel Orsanic, Argentina, 6-4, 6-3. Jason Sloltenberg, Australia, def. Jamie Morgan, Australia, 6-3, 6-1, Football Horse Racing Turfway entries FRIDAY NIGHT First post time 7 p.m. lst-S9,100, 2YO mdn, cl, 6l2f. 1 Track Fever (121 Garcia J ) 12-1 2 Fleet Banner (116 Arguello) 6 1 3 Lad's Screen (121Cooksey) 12-1 4 Drive South (121 Madrid) 20-1 5 Kisses lor Justin (121 Black) 8-1 6 Whispering Heights (121 Troilo) 10-1 7 Executive Prospct (121Wydk) 12-1 8 Lil' Bit O' Force (121 Kut:) 5-1 9 Trust Me Hun (121 Bruin) 8-1 10 Baron Marion (121 Melancon) 5-1 11 Mississippi Rev (116 Parsley) 8-1 12 Captain Hope ( 121 Lopez R.) 4-1 Scratched: Hard Drive, Ohio Fifty Six, Mary Ellen's Lad, Bedford Forrest. 2nd-S7,200, 3YO up, f&m, cl, 61. I Bubbling Butty (109Cooksey) 4-1 2Zanskar (111 Parsley) 15-1 3 Dice Girl ( 109 Fox T.) 15-1 4 Rescue Me (113 Wydick) 12-1 5 Stewart (U9Ewing) 20-1 6 Rickety Boo (lUSipus) 5-1 7 Battle Hat (112 Marie) 8-1 8 Sweet N Fast ( 109 Lopez R.) 12-1 9 Koluctoo Girl (119 Tsuchiya) 20-1 10 Shelby Miss (109 Beach) 12-1 I I Sparkling Counters (109 Bruin) 9-2 12 Peace To Me (108 Arguello ) 7-2 Scratched: Tiltamite, Gold And Happy, Cease, Quavina. 3rd-S20,400, 3YO up, f&m, mdn, lmi. 1 All Mine Again (118 Cox) 15-1 2 Lucys Are Rare ( 118 Tsuchiya) 50-1 3 Country Stage (113 Parsley) 4-1 4 Swanky-Skirt ( 113 Arguello) 3-1 5Luminaria (118Cooksey) 10-1 6 Run Apalachee Run (118 Black) 12-1 7 Cross Grain (118 Bruin) 6-1 8 Jewell's Time (118 Johnson J. ) 8-1 9 Slew On (1 18 Troilo) 5-1 lONadria ( 1 IB Kutz) 12-1 11 Windswept Nell (ll8Fortner) 30-1 12 Dance Cat ( 118 Lopez R.) 10-1 Scratched: Sara Arabesque, La Body Beautiful, Her Jet, Turkoticotur-ko. 4th-S7,300, 3YO up, Cl, l-l16mi. 1 Muttering Away (H2Knott) 20-1 2 Arrogant Dancer (116Madrid) 3-1 3Gelo (1 18 Kutz) 4-1 4 Chief Cannon (116 Bruin) 8-1 5K.eeneShot (119Moss) 12-1 6Perfectldol (112Neff) 10-1 7 Tough Bird ( 1 19 Lopez R.) 6-1 8 Brave It (115 Wydick) 10-1 9BeouGreek (112 Troilo) 15-1 lOPeril Fellow (111 Beckelmon)' 50-1 1 1 Shirley's Sweetie (114 Parsley) 6-1 12 Majestic Sierra (109 Sexton) 10-1 Scratched: Mr. Inevitable, Adam Owens, Pond Branch, Locustport. 5th $11,900, 3YO up, cl, lmi. 1 Made 0 Champ (1 15 Nell) 6-1 2 Skullduggery (110 Troilo) 20-1 3 Allet (110 Arguello) 4-1 4 How You Be Doin (116 Wydick) 12-1 5 Dynamite's Rib ( 1 17 Vidal) 12-1 6 Passion Player (111 Knott) 15-1 7 Goodlettsville (114LopezR.) 15-1 8 Hug The Coast ( 117 Estrella) 20-1 9Powerseeker (119 Kutz) 3-1 10 Mister Gallie (121 Bruin) 10-1 11 Full Restitution (117Cooksey) 6-1 12 Draw Gold (117Neagle) 8-1 Scratched: First Play, Burkan, Strollaway, Shaky Tackoff. 6th-S9,20O, 3YO up, l&m, cl, lmi. 1 Maybe Regal (116 Woods) 4-1 2 Phoolan Devi (llOCooksey) 15-1 3 Charming Morning 1 1 13 Bruin ) 7-2 4 1 Hear Music (115 Parsley) 4-1 5 Young and Flrty (113Bcklmn) 15-1 6 Pineapple (114 Tsuchiya) 10-1 7 World Class (116 0uzts) 15-1 8 Rumba With Me ( 1 16 Lopez R ) 6-1 9LookytatGo (111 Arguello) 5-1 10 Change Of Taste (114 Knott) 50-1 11 Little Hostage (114 Wydick) 20-1 12 Finally Fast (114 Guzman) 12-1 Scratched: Jennifer Lacey. 7th-S24,700, 3YO up, l&m, alw, l-l16ml. 1 Maid O Gold (116Cox) 15-1 2Aly'sAdita (110 Parsley) 3-1 3 Proud Little Lady (109 Sexton) 15-1 4 Wise Money (104 Arguello) 7-2 5 Oka No Bon Bon (109 Tsuchiya) 5-1 6 Gloria Dei (1 12 Bruin) 12-1 7 Foreign Force (109D'AmicoT.) 10-1 8Cougalore (112Cooksey) 12-1 9 Royal Slope (112 Madrid) 15-1 10 Raise The Hatchet (112McDI) 5-1 1 1 Green Express (112 Kutz) 10-1 12 Opentotheright (113 Troilo) 30-1 Lebanon entries FRIDAY NIGHT First post time 7:30 p.m. 1 Conditioned Trot, 11,700 Nice Day In April (TBA), Single Stroke (K. Ed-wardsl, Justabkirr (D. Miller), Overtimer (J. Grant), Fast Reaction (J. Edwards), Crowning Success (S. Coven). 2 - Conditioned Pace, 11,100 Peau De Soie (TBA), Lady Luck (D. Miller), Mocomolive (C. Wright), Harry Z (M. Winters), Storm At Sea iB. Siretl), Jelf's Marie (R. Jordan), Dean K. Litllebit (TBA), Bill Donder (N. Conover), That's My Boy Rod IE. Ledford), AE-Good To Be Here (T. Russell). 3 Conditioned Pace, 11,200 - Dear Mom IB. Buxton), Iza General (T. Prick-ett), Kool Man Todd (E, Spalding), Pine Lane Dart (TBA), Just One Time (D, Miller), Parson's Express (F. Rooks), B.J. Fame (TBA), Dear Domitlan (E. Ledford), Going Wild (M. Evers). 4 - Claiming Pace, 11,100 Woody Hi ID, Miller), The Johnson Boy (TBA), Jump Back Jack (M. Herron), Masterson Choice IR. Taubert), Jet's Ascent (L. Wiegand), Early Out (TBA), Night Scope ID. Mouser), Arnold (TBA), One Lile To Give (C. Wright). 5 - Claiming Pace, 11,400 Crown Time Oily (TBA), Constance Waver (M. Evers), Good N Fancy (D. Miller), Pine Lane Sassy (M. Ober), Pip's Triumph (J. Dailey), Sumkinda Bluegrass (T. Noble), Hemlock Pat (E, Ledford), Summer Bid (D. Hawk), Miss Flatoul (B. Holland). 6 Conditioned Pace, 12,000 Lady Kenyon (TBA), Less Than Two (M. Evers), Silky N Special (A. Long), Maid To Love (TBA), Homemade Hanover (E. Spalding), Nero's Parfait (D. Miller), Pay Me (TBA), Super Plus (TBA), Tango In The Night IR, Taubert), 7 - Conditioned Pace, 11,100 Tony's Escort IT. Hall), Alert Casey B ID. Mouser), Vat's My Happy (G, Brumbaugh), Jonde (E. Ledford), Trumpet Almahurst IR. Cook), Belinda Raven (M. Wilder), Washpa Florelte IW. Herman), High Sassy Tree (D. Cromer), Handy Hal (E. Spalding), AE-Nulate Bluegrass IL Sirett). 8 - Conditioned Pace, 12,000 Pine Lane Katy (D. Miller), Siva Hill (K. Edwards), Lady Byrd Ira (R. Krellzer), Rap-pin Ruby ID. Hawk), Edgewood Regal (TBA), Gypsy Paris (E. Ledlord), Charlie's NHL preseason National Hockey League THURSDAY'S GAMES N. 1 . Rangers 2, Boston I Hertford 3, Philadelphia 3 San Jose 2. Minnesota 2 St. Louis at Edmonton, night FRIDAY'S GAMES Boston vs, N.Y. Islanders at St. Peters 51 Sf""" Harness Racing Hockey Deals BASEBALL American League Detroit Tigers-Promoted Jerry Golf Southern Open PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. - Scores Thursday after the first round of the S700.000 Southern Open, played on the 7,057-yard, par 36-36-72 Callaway Gardens Mountain View course: David Peoples Neal Lancaster Dave Sutherland Bill Butlner Marco Dawson Scott Gump Brandt Jobe Richard Zokol ..... Greg Bruckner JC Anderson Jerry Haas Joel Edwards Chris Perry Howard Twltty Ed Fiori .... Brad Fabel Larry Nelson Lee Janien Bobby Wadkins Jim Woodward Lennie Clements . Scott Hoch Ray Stewart Jim Benepe Tommy Armour III .. Brandel Chamblee ... Clarence Rose Larry Rinker Bob Lohr Morris Hatalsky ...... Greg Twiggs Steve Jones Clark Dennis Ricky Smallridge ..... Dudley Hart Karl Kimball Brian Tennyson Clark Burroughs Bart Bryant Greg Powprs Mac CGrady D.A. Weibring Robert Garnet Mike Reld John Huston Ted Schuli Perry Arthur ., John Wilson Brad Lardon 33-34-67 31-36-67 33- 34-67 34- 34-68 33- 35- 68 35- 33-68 36- 32- 68 36-32-68 34- 34-68 33- 35-68 36-33-69 34- 35-69 35- 34-69 36- 33 -69 35-34 -69 34- 35 -69 33- 36-69 35- 35-70 35- 35 - 70 34- 36 - 70 36- 34 - 70 35- 35-70 36- 34 - 70 34-36 - 70 34-36 - 70 37- 33-70 34- 37 - 71 . 34-37 -71 36-35-71 35- 36-71 38- 33- 71 36- 35-71 37- 34-71 35- 36- 71 36- 35-71 34-37 - 71 34-37 - 71 36- 35 - 71 34- 37 -71 37- 34 - 71 36- 35- 71 37- 34-71 37-34 - 71 33-38 - 71 35- 36- 71 35- 36 - 7) 33-38-71 36- 35 - 71 37- 34 - 71 MBS Classic BUENA PARK, Call!. - Scores Thurs- day in the rain-shortened first round of the 1350,000 LPGA MBS Classic, played on the 6,351-yard, par 36-36 -72 Los Coyotes Country Club course: Dottie Mochrie 33-35-r68 32- 3668 31- 37-68 37-32-69 33- 36-69 36-33- 69 33-36 --69 33- 36 69 34- 35J-69 35- 35-70 34-36 - 70 33- 37-70 34- 36 - 70 34- 36-70 36- 34 - 70 35- 36 t-71 35-36 - 71 34- 37 - 71 35- 36 - 71 34-37 - 71 34- 37 - 71 37- 34-71 33-38-71 35- 36-71 33- 39-72 37-35-72 34- 38 - 72 36- 36- 72 35- 37-72 36- 36- 72 37- 35-72 36-36 - 72 36-36 - 72 36- 36 - 72 35-37-72 35- 37-72 37- 36- 73 36- 37-73 36-37 - 73 38- 35 - 73 36- 37 - 73 37- 36 - 73 37-36-73 37-36-73 37-36- 73 34- 39- 73 33-40- 73 37- 36- 73 35- 38-73 32- 41-73 35- 38 - 73 38- 33 73 36- 37-73 37-40- 77 Nancy Scranton Deedee Lasker Donna Andrews Colleen Walker Meg Mallon Betsy King Martha Nause HoUis Stacy Missie Berteotti Judy Dickinson Cindy Rarick Amy Bern , ,... Tina Barrett Tracy Kerdyk Jan Stephenson Amy Alcott , Lori West Juli Inkster Caroline Keggl Michelle Estill Brandie Burton Dale Eggeling ... Elaine Crosby Alice Miller Debbie Massey Sherrl Steinhauer Dawn Coe Barb Mucha Joan Delk Kristi Albers Maggie Will Pat Bradley Lauri Merten Nina Foust Pearl Sinn Mary Murphy , Alison Munt , Jane Cralter Nancy Taylor Jane Geddes Nancy Rubin Kris Tschetler Robin Walton Vat Skinner Kate Rogerson Ellle Gibson Barb Bunkowsky Dana Lotland Llselotte Neumann Danielle Ammaccapane Becky Pearson Noelle Daghe Area player Diana Heinicke-Rauch Zlnger (D. Mouser), Sandy Sue Style (TBA), Wholly Cal (R. Dingledine). 9 Conditioned Pace, 12,000 Just Like Gifted (A. Long), Pala Pada ID. Miller), Charming Pacer (TBA), Designing Lady (G. Haston), My Little Pony (R. Herron), Little Boogie Blue (E. Ledford), Adorable Falcon (TBA), Third Call (TBA), Harvro Jeanie C (D. Aler). 10 - Conditioned Pace, 14,500 She's Here IL. Wiegand), Nanih Waia (E. Spalding), Lotta Tomar (E. Ledlord), Jill's Image (TBA), Dust My Broom (M. Miller), Stylish Dee (TBA), Crown Time Cherrio (TBA), PinehiH Dottie (D. Miller), Farmer's Girl (K. Justice). 11 - Conditioned Pace, 11,300 Uncle Jerry (K, Justice), Bo Bo (S. Coven), Bak-erfield Bandit ID. Miller), Stylish Ira (TBA), Banyan Bay (D. Mouser), Velvet Hammer (M. Evers), Frosty Raven (R, Powell), Trim Alegro (V. Gomez), Royal Majority (TBA), AE-R.W. Red (M. McNabb). 12 - Conditioned Pace, 11,000 Billy Velvet (M, Evers), Shine (D. Miller), CHS Cress (M. Wilder), Coaltar's Pride (D. Mace), Special Jockey (B. Long Jr.), All-wood (L. Clabaugh), Add A Tag IR. Taubert), Bo Didley (S. Coven), Alvarado (M. Ober), AE-Smore Kash (D. Mouser). Lebanon selections BY RAILBIRO 1- Justablurr, Single Stroke, Nice Day In April. 2- Storm At Sea, Peau De Sole, Mocomolive. 3- Pine Lane Dart, Going Wild, Dear Domitian. 4- One Lile To Give, Masterson Choice, Time Oily, Pine Lane Sassy, Hemlock Pat. 6- Tango In The Night, Homemade Hanover, Nero's Parlait. 7- Tony's Escort, Handy Hal, Alert Casey B. 8- Rappin Ruby, Edgewood Regal, Pine Lane Katy. 9- Pala Pada, Adorable Falcon, Just Like Gifted. 10- Plnehil Dottle, Nanlh Walla, Lotta Tomar. 1 1 - Banyan Bay, Bo Bo, Trim Alegro. 12- Billy Velvet, Special Jockey, Alvarado. Best Bet-Pine Lane Dart. burg, Fla 7:35 p.m. Buffalo at Washington, 7:35 p.m. Minnesota vs. Chicago at Indianapolis, 7:35 p.m. Detroit at Pittsburgh, 7:35 p.m. Montreal at Quebec, 7:35 p.m. SI. Louis al Calgary, 8:05 p.m. N.Y. Rangers vs. Los Angeles at Lai Vegas, 10:35 p.m. New Jersey vs. San Jose al San Diego, 10:35 p.m. Tennis Bayonne Open BAYONNE, France - Results Thursday from the 1 50,000 Bayonne Open tennis tournament (seedlngs m parentheses): Singles Second Round Julie Halerd (5), France, det. Catherine Sulre, France, -J, 6-4. Radka Zrubakova (4), Ciechoslovakla, det Patricia Tarabini, Argentina, 6-3, 6-1. . Rachel McQuillan (7), Australia, del. Pascale Paradls, France, 6-2, 7-6 (7-3). Eva Svlgjerova (), Czechoslovakia, del Kristin Godrldge, Netherlands, 6-0, 6-2. Nathalie Tauilat (3), France, def. Karl-na Habsudova, Ciechoslovakia, 6-4, 6-3. Manuela Meteeve-Fregniere ( 1 ), Swlt-lerland, def. Claudia Kohde-KHsch, Germany, 4-0, e-2. Palermo ATP PALERMO, Sicily - Results Thursday of the ATP Tour lennli tournament (seedlngs In parentheses): v Singles jordl Arrese, Spam, def. Jose Antonio Conde, Spam, a-3, 6-4. Massimo Clerro, Italy, def. German Lopei, Spain, 6-3, 4-2, withdrew. Frederic Fontang, France, det. Renio Furlan, Italy, t-2, 6-3. Yannlck Noah, France, del. Claudlo Y 4 Today's question: Before they became Reds managers what positions did Rogers Hornsby, Bucky Walters, Birdie Tebbetts and Fred Hutchinson play most frequently In the major leagues? Thursday's question: What baseball player frequently used the expression, "Let's play two."? Thursday's answer: Ernie Banks of the Chicago Cubs

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