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: F-2Scoreboard THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Thursday, October lO, 1 99 1 TC What's on u 8 in When your call is answered, press 1 to hear national scores or 3 to hear local scores. When you have heard the scores vou want, menu. Then press 1 or 3 to hear the other scores you want. There is no charge for TALK SHOWS The Bengals Report: WKRC-AM (550), 5:31 a.m., 8:55 a.m., 3:32 p.m., and 5:55 p.m. In Fisherman Radio Network: WMOH-AM (1450), 6:20 a.m. John Madden WLW-AM (700), WMOH-AM (1450), 6:25 a.m. Pete Rose: WCKY-AM (1530), 7:15 a.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. The Joe Nuxhall Report: 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. Black College Sports Today: ESPN, 2:30 p.m. Inside the Senior PGA Tour: ESPN, 3 p.m. Cyclones: WMOH-AM (1450), 5:15 p.m., WCKY-AM (1530), 6:45 p.m. NASCAR Today: WMOH-AM (1450), 5:20 p.m. Blue Rebel Update: WCVG-AM (1320), 5:28 p.m. Brennaman and Bench WLW-AM (700). 5:55 p.m. Sports Talk with Cris Collinsworth: WLW-AM (700), 6 p.m. High School Coaches Corner: WMOH-AM (1450), 6 p.m. SportsLine with Doug Kidd: Bob Quinn, General Manager for the Reds, guest, WKRC-AM (550), 6:05 p.m. Murray Cook Report: WKRC-AM (550), 6:55 p.m. Sports Call: WIOK-FM (95.3), 8 p.m. Dave Lapham Report: WKRC-AM (550), 7:05 p.m. Catcalls: WCKY-AM (1530), 7:06 p.m. Overnight Sportstalk: WMOH-AM (1450), 10 p.tn. rw MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYOFFS National League Championship Series Atlanta Braves at Pittsburgh Pirates, Channels 9, 7, 8:30 p.m. AUTO RACING Sports Car Club of America World Challenge. From Elkhart Lake, Wis. (Taped), ESPN, 8 p.m. BOXING Mike McCallum vs. Nicky Walker. Scheduled 10-round middeweight bout from Las Vegas, Nev. (Live), ESPN, 9 p.m. GOLF PGA Golf: Las Vegas Invitational, ESPN, 3:30 p.m. HOCKEY NHL: Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, SportsChannel Cincinnati, 7:30 p.m. HORSE RACING Thoroughbreds, ESPN, 6 p.m. MOTORCYCLE RACING 1991 AM A Pro Series, ESPN, 12:30 p.m. Football Tuesday, Oct. 15 Toronto at Minnesota, 1:37 p.m.. It necessary Wednesday, Oct. It Toronto at Minnesota, 8:37 p.m., It necessary National League Wednesday, Oct. t Pittsburgh 5, Atlanta 1, Pittsburgh leaos series i-u. Thursday, Oct. W Atlanta (Avery 18-9) at Pittsburgh lamitn ia-iu), tuz p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 Pittsburgh (Smiley 20-8) at Atlanta (Smoltz 14-13), 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 8:40 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14 Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 3:07 p.m.. If necessary Wednesday, Oct. 14 Atlanta at Pittsburgh, 3:07 p.m. or 8:37 p.m., if necessary Thursday, Oct. 17 Atlanta at Pittsburgh, 8:37 p.m., if necessary WORLD SERIES Saturday, Oct. 19 National League champion at American League champion, 8:29 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 NL at AL, 8:40 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22 AL at NL, 8:29 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 AL at NL, 8:24 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 AL at NL, 8 26 Dm, If necessary Saturday, Oct. 26 NL at AL, 8:26 p.m., If necessary Sunday, Oct. 27 NL at AL, 8:40 p.m if necessary Penalty ... 3rd Down Conv NET YARDS Avg.Game ..... Total Plays NET YDS RUSHING... Avg.Game Rushing Plays NET YDS PASSING.... Avg.Game Times Sacked.... Att.Comp 8 30-83 1583 316.6 378 795 1590 229 788 1576 11-73 149-73 .490 6 26-43 1845 369.0 334 1014 204.8 209 821 164.2 6-38 125-49 .552 4 24-37.5 37-261 12-4 24 Comp. Pet... Had Intercepted 10 PUNTSAVG 32-31.2 PENALTIES YDS 38-290 FUMBLESLOST 12-7 TOUCHDOWNS 8 Score By Periods 1 2 3 4 T. UC 24 24 II 3 71 Opponents 54 50 47 30 181 Individual Rushing Small Alt. Yds Avg. LG TD 61 241 4.0 16 Powell 62 219 3.5 20 Britford 30 208 49 50 Abrams 8 38 4.8 10 Fitzgerald 13 30 2.3 10 Harp 14 29 1.8 19 Anderson. 30 13 0.4 18 Others 9 17 1.9 7 229 795 3.5 50 209 1024 4.9 75 Had Passing Aft. Cp. Yds. TD LG Int. Harp 78 39 439 3 47 4 Andersn.. 58 29 320 0 53 5 Stofa 13 5 29 0 13 1 UC 149 73 788 3 S3 W OppnntS. 125 69 121 7 43 4 Receiving Rec Yds Avg. LG TD to return to the main Baseball Today in baseball October M 1904 - Boston clinched the pennant on the last day of the season when Jack Chesbro of the New York Highlanders uncorked a wild pitch m the ninth to allow the winning run to score from third. 1924 - The Washington Senators won their only championship by defeating the Giants 4-3 m 12 innings. 1968 - Mickey Loiich won the World . Series for the Detroit Tigers by defeating . Bob Gibson and the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 in the final game. It was Lollch's third win and came after the Tigers had lost three of the first four games. two - Kansas City's George Brett hit an upper deck three-run homer off Goose Gossage to give the Royals a 4-2 victory ' and a three-game sweep of New York Yankees in the AL playoffs. MO - The Oakland Athletics beat the Boston Red Sox, 3-1, fo complete a sweep of the AL playoffs and make their third straight trip to the World Series. Postseason PLAYOFFS ' American League Tuesday, Oct. Minnesota 5, Toronto 4, Minnesota " leads series 1-0 ' ' Wednesday, Oct. 9 " Toronto 5, Minnesota 2, series tied. I Friday, Oct. 11 Minnesota (Erickson 20-0) at Toronto " -(Key 16-12), 1:37 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 - Minnesota at Toronto, 8:26 p.m. , Sunday, Oct. 13 Minnesota at Toronto, 4:12 p.m., it I necessary : College schedule I Saturday, Oct. 12 EAST Citadel at Army ' Louisville at Boston College Delaware at Boston U. Princeton at Brown Y ate at Colgate Penn at Columbia Holy Cross at Dartmouth Harvard at Fordham , 2 BuckneH at Lafayette Northeastern at Lehigh Rhode island at Massachusetts Air Force at Navy ' Richmond at New Hampshire j Maine at Rutgers V" East Carolina at Syracuse Temple at West Virginia SOUTH Tulane at Alabama - . Middle Tennessee at Austin Peay - Howard U. at Bethune-Cookman i , Samford at Central Florida, Night , . Virginia at Oemson , Liberty at Delaware St. W. Kentucky at E. Kentucky, Night Appalachian St. at East Tennessee St. Tennessee at Florida ,J . Virginia Tech vs. Florida St. Marshal at Furman Western Carolina at Georgia Southern T Maryland at Georgia Tech , Tow son St. at James Madison Arkansas St. at LSU, Night S. Mississippi, at Memphis St., Night Penn St. at Miami v Georgia at Mississippi, Night v Kentucky at Mississippi St. a - South Carolina St. at Morgan St. - Tennessee-Martin at Murray St. c Florida A&M at North Carolina A&T McNee&e St at NE Lotiiiijin Ninht , - North Texas at NW Louisiana, Night K Wake Forest at North Carolina - Tulsa at SW Louisiana, Night Louisiana Tech at South Carolina Southern Illinois at Troy St. William & Mary at VMI Auburn at Vanderbilt, Night MIDWEST Youngstown St. at Akron - - Miami, Ohio at Central Michigan, Night BaH St. at Eastern Michigan , Ohio St. at Illinois t, " Northwern Iowa at Illinois St. Northwestern at Indiana Eastern Illinois at Indiana St., Night t. Kansas at Kansas St. iw Cincinnati at Kent . Michigan at Michigan St. Purdue at Minnesota " Western Michigan at Nortthern Minois Pittsburgh at Notre Dame Bowling Green at Ohio U. . Tennessee Tech at SE Missouri ' ClAi Uio-mu-i CO . IAJ lit:-.-.:. Iowa at Wisconsin r SOUTHWEST Linnet AO m A r-L in. Rice at Baylor r Nebraska at Oklahoma St. Cameron at Prairie View NichoHs St. at Sam Houston St. lexas teen ar wutnern Mernodist Oklahoma vs. Texas at Dallas r- Alcorn St. at Texas Southern BAD UiCCT Texas-El Paso at Brigham Young Oregon at California - ' Long Beach St. at Fresno St., Night UNLV at CaJ St.-FuUerton Boise St. at Montana San Jose St. at New Mexico St., Night Arizona St. at Oregon St. New Mexico at San Diego St., Night Cornell at Stanford Ariiona at UCLA . Toledo at Washington - Southern Cat at Washington St. Waho at Weber St., Night Utah at Wyoming UC statistics Team Date W-L Score Opponent Art , Sept. 7 L (Ml Penn State 94,000 . Sept l4.....L 16-51 No Carolina 51,800 . ' Sept 21 L 16-20 Bowl. Green 15,172 . ' Sept 28 L 9-22 Miami (0.) 18.261 . ' Oct. 5.......W 30-7 LouiSvite 34,327 UC Opp - , TOTAL FIRST DOWNS.... 96 99 - , Rushing 45 51 Passing.... 43 42 in UJ College vou can press 55 Walnut His at Norwood Hughes at Harrison Saturday, Oct. 12 (Miami Valley Conference) Lockland at Batavla, 2 pm Cincinnati Country Day at Summit Country Day, 2 pm Mid Miami League Bishop Fenwick at Edgewood, 7:30 pm Greater Cincinnati League North Puree! Marian vs. McNicholas at Norwood, 8 p.m. Kentucky Football Friday, Oct. 11 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Dayton at Beechwood Newport Central Catholic at Bellevue Dunbar at Boone County Campbell County at Henry Clay, 8 pm Holmes at Simon Kenton Ludlow at Lloyd Scott at Newport Saturday, Oct. 12 Highlands at Covington Catholic, 2 pm Boys Golf Friday, Oct. 11 Division I Pairings (At Weatherwax Golf Course) Woodside Course 9 a.m. Colerain, Miamisburg, Springfield Norlh, Sycamore. 9:37 am - CenterviHe, Moeller, St. Xavier, Troy. Meadows Course 9 a.m. Fairfield, Milford, Vandalla Butler, Wilmington. G-Town, 9:37 a.m. - Individual qualifiers. Division II Pairings Highlands Course 9 a.m. Badin, Chaminade-Julienne, Kenton Ridge. 9:37 a.m. Loveland, Oakwood, Springfield Shawnee 10:15 a.m. - Alter, Indian Hill, Tipp City. 10:52 a.m. Individual Qualifiers. Division III Pairing Valley View Course 9 a.m. Anna, Cincinnati Country Day, Versailles, Waynesville. 9:37 a.m. BrookviHe, Georgetown, Me-chanicsburg, Summit Country Day. 10:15 a.m. Individual Qualifiers. Girls Tennis Friday, Oct. Cincinnati District Meet (At Jack Nlcklaus Sports Center) Division I First Round: 9:30 a.m. Foote (Tro-twood Madison) vs. Kaniaris (Lakota); Roland (Centerville) vs. Thacker (Walnut Hills); Kroth (Ursuline) vs. O'Della (Fairmont); Hathaway (Anderson). Vs. Wilder-muth (Bellfontaine); Zimpfer (Centerville) vs. Weiskind (Northmont); Reiner (Ursuline) v. Kilby (Lakota); Pierson (Talawanda). vs. Jacinto (Mercy); Stockstlll (Vandalla Butler) vs. Demaree (Centerville). First Round Doubles: 9:30 a.m. Northmont vs. Anderson (Couper -Gordon); Centerville vs. St. Ursula (O'Leary-O'Leary); Ursuline (Becker-Hardin) vs. Beavercreek; Sycamore (Marshall-Ras-cov) vs. Bellfontaine; CenterviHe vs. Troy; Ursutine (Stoffregen-Caress) vs. Lakota (Hanna-Lawson); Sycamore (Korasch-Cas-per) v. McAuley (Berning-Rlordan); Troy vs. Fairmont. Dayton District Meet (At Thomas Cloud Park) Division II First Round Singles: W a.m. Engle (Kenton Ridge) vs. Amann (CCD); Jackson (Miami Valley) vs. Byer (Wyoming); Spray (Summit) vs. Kim (Miami Valley); Bel (Indian Hill) vs. Hoppes (Kenton Ridge); Zobrist (Alter) vs. Smith (Tippecanoe); Eiseman (Summit) vs. Gilhart (Fenwick); Thomas (CCD) vs. Quiroga (Wyoming); Hale (Springfield Catholic) vs. Brown (Yellow Springs). First Round Doubles: 10 a.m. Sidney Lehman vs. Madeira (Brueggeman-Floring); Carroll vs. Wyoming (Witkin-Mar-ty); Summit (Tondow-Ackley) vs. Chaminade-Julienne; Cincinnati Country Day (Zeff-Walker) vs. Springfield Catholic; Alter vs. Tippecanoe; Mariemont (Mileham-Grei-ner) vs. Indian HII (Bagnoli-Lalonde); Cincinnati Country Day (Heiman-Jeffers) vs. Seven Hills (Lutz-Binkley); Sidney Lehman vs. Miami Valley. Volleyball Thursday, Oct. 10 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Aiken at Withrow, 5 p.m. Cincinnati Country Day at Landmark, 5:30 p.m. Clermont Northeastern at North College Hit Colerain at Mount Healthy Glen Este at Amelia Harrison at Winton Woods Hughes at Walnut Hils Kings at Little Miami, 4 p.m. McAuley at PurceH Marian Mercy at McNicholas Northwest at Norwood, 4 p.m. Oak Hills at Western Hills Roger Bacon at Seton St. Ursula at Ursuline Taft at Woodward, 5 pm Girls Soccer Thursday, Oct. 10 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Hamilton Badin at Colerain Cincinnati Country Day at Batavla, 5 p.m. Clermont Northeastern at New Richmond, 5 p.m. Franklin at Springboro Goshen at Blanchester, 5 p.m. Hamilton at Fairfield Kings at Little Miami, 5 p.m. Mason at Ross, 5 pm Miamisburg at Wilmington, 5 p.m. Middletown of Lakota Richmond (IN) at Talawanda, 4 pm Seven Hills at Summit, 4:30 p.m. Sycamore at Milford Boys Soccer Thursday, Oct. W (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Clermont Northeastern at New Richmond Colerain at Western Hills Cincinnati Country Day at Amelia Deer Park at Wyoming Eaton at Edgewood Fairfield at Hamilton Finneytown at Indian Hill Kings at Little Miami Lakota at Middletown Loveland at Madeira Mariemont at Taylor Mason at Ross Milford at Sycamore Northwest at La Salle Oak Hils at Mount Healthy Springboro at Franklin St. Bernard at Reading St. Xavier at Anderson Summit at Seven Hills, 4:30 p.m. Valley View at Lebanon Wilmington at Miamisburg, 7:30 pm Winton Woods at Roger Bacon David Wheaton (5), Deephaven, Minn., def. Jim Grabb, Tucson, Ariz., 7-4 (7-2), 3-4, 6-2. Goran Ivanisevic (4), Yugoslavia, def. Dimitri Poliakov, Soviet Union, 4-4, 4-2. Stefan Edberg (1), Sweden, def. David Pate, Las Vegas, 4-2, 4-4. Ivan Lendl (3), Czechoslovakia, def. Scott Davis, Davie, Fla 4-2, 4-3. MaliVai Washington (12), Swartz Creek, Mich., del. Simon Youl, Australia, 6-4, 7-4 (7-4). Shuzo Malsuoka (14), Japan def. Robbie Weiss, Algonquin, II., 2-4, 4-2, 7-4 (7-5). Oct. If At Williamson Memorial Fiekfhouse, W.Va., Charles Williams, Grand Rapids, Mich., vs. Freddie Del Gado, Puerto Rico, 12, for Williams' IBF light heavyweight title. Nev. 8 At Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Evan-der Holyfield, Atlanta, vs. Mike Tyson, Calskil, N.Y , 12, for Hoiyfiekfs undisputed heavyweight title. the call. High School Volleyball Sycamore d. Taft 15-1, 15-5. Records: S 13- 7 Woodrow d. Withrow (9-10) 15-8, 14- 14, 15-10 Mllford ( 19-2) d. Amelia (9-8) 15-0, 15-5 Batavla (5-14) d. Georgetown 15-2, 1W. Princeton (10-10) d. Si. Bernard 15-12, 15- 1 Roger Bacon d. St. Henry 14-14, 15-4. Anderson (10-5) d. McNicholas (7-12) 15-9, 15-11. Girls tennis Mariemont 3, McNicholas 2 Milam (Mar) d. Stevens 6-4, 4-2; Griner (Mar) d. Derringer 4-3, 7-4, Taylor (McN) d. Hadden 4-1, 7-4, Bevis-Stratton (Mar) d. Herdeves-Shannon 2-4, 4-4, 4-3; Prail-Fried-man (McN) won by default. Records: Mar 11-5, McN 9-10. Turpln 4, Harrison 1 Roberts IT) d. Hamm 4-3, 7-4; Brush (H) d. Steen 6-4, 3-6, 6-2; Crist (T) d. Buschur 2-6, 4- 2, 4-1; Walker-Furman (T) d. Tracy-Evans 644 -1; Gaible-Hawley (T) d. Stuben-rauch-Jenza 1-6, 6-3, 7-6. Records: T 12-8 (4-4QCC),H8-9 (3-5 QCC). Sycamore 4, Seven Hills 1 Schwartz ISH) d. Schafer 6-3, 6-2; Blasberg (S) d. Williams 4-3, 4-1; Bangs (S) won by default; Koracn-Casper (S) d. Binkley-Lutz 6- 3, 6-4; Rascov-MarshaD (S) d. Witten-Lo-Iseas-u 6-2, 6-0. Girls Field Hockey Summit CD 4, St. Gertrude I Goals: SCD: Dever, Lee, Alf, Schuler. SG: Deardorf. Records: SCD 9-5, SG 1-4-1. Girls golf Princeton 211, Greenville 231 Medalist: Missy Winkle (P) shot a nine-over 45 on the front nine at Glenview Golf Course. Records: P H, G 13-10. Boys water polo Princeton 21, Milford 4 Goals: P-Packer 4, Wiseman 2, Pearson 2, Birdsong 2, Sommer 3, Thompson 3, Wax-man, Hatfield, Hutter, Cyr, Weimar. M-Heimer 2, Wilson, Ball. Records: M 0-7. Girls water polo Princeton 18, Milford 11 Goals: M-Klosterman 2, Dakel 5, Wilson 4. Records: M 1-4. Girls soccer Holy Cross 4, Campbell County 0 Goals: Graff, Calary, Riffle, Halpin, Rump, Borchers. Shutout: Urlage (17 saves). Records: HC 14-2, CC 2-15. Holmes 2, Villa Madonna 1 Goals: H-Himes. VM-Ruprecht. Records: H 4-14, VM 6-11. Finneytown 0, Taylor 9 Shutout: F-Stojevski (2 saves). T-Rader (16 saves). Records: T 10-4-1, F 8-5-1. Anderson W, Northwest 1 Goals: A-A. Rosser, Ludmann, E. Rosser, Walch 3, Vogel 3, Bork. N-Jones. Records: A 10-2-2, N 4-8-2. Amelia 1, Walnut Hills 0 Goal: A-Johnson. Shutout-Click (12 saves). Records: A 8-4-2 (3-4 QCC), WH 5- 9-1 (2-3-1 QCC). Wyoming 4, Loveland 1 Goals: W-Fisher 3, Lemaster, Berger, Brooks. L-Everett. Records: W 12-3-1, L 5-10. Wyoming clinches league championship. Badin 6, Mount Notre Dame 0 Goals: B-Harmon, Fritz 2, Hamblin 2, L Pater. Shutout: Kelhoffer (14 saves). Records: 8 4-8-2 (2-4-1 GGCL), MNO 3-11-2 . (08 GGCL). Ml. Healthy 1, Oak Hills 1 Goals: MH-Wohoff 2. OH-Wetterlch. Records: OH 2-13-1, MH 1-13-1. Turpln 3, Wlnton Woods 0 Goals: T Hall, Hlpskln, PoN. Shutout: Hext (4 saves). Records: T 11-1-3 (52 QcC), WW 8-5-2 (2-3-2 QCC). McNicholas 2, Pureed Marian 0 Goals: Alexander, Cartisano. Shutout: Welsh (4 saves). Records: M 3-11-2, PM 4-9-3. St. Ursula 1, Mercy 0 Goals: SU-Aniilecchia. Shutout: Techau (5 saves). Records: SU 13-1-1 (9-0 GGCL), M 7- 4-2 (5-4 GGCL). Madeira 4, Deer Park 0 Goals: M-Roach, Kuykendall 2, Ciolino. Shutout: Pressler (4 saves). Records: DP 2-12-2 (0-7 CHL), M 4-9-1 (2-4-1). Mariemont 1, Indian Hill 2 Goals: M Morris, Roberts. IH Cooper 2. Records: IH 3-11-1, M 3-8-3. Prep schedule Football Friday, Oct. II (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Southern Buckeye Conference Wiliamsburg at North College Hil Bethel-Tate at Western Brown New Richmond at Clermont Northeastern Miami Valley Conference New Miami at Landmark Christian Greater Cincinnati League-North Kettering Alter at Roger Bacon, 8 p.m. Chamlnade Julienne vs. Hamilton Badin at Dayton Carroll, 8 p m Greater Cincinnati League-South Elder at St. Xavier, 8 p.m. La Salle vs. Moeller at Galbreath Field, 1 pm Mid Miami League Dayton Carroll at Lemon Monroe Talawanda at Lebanon Miamisburg at Franklin Fort Ancient Valley Conference Ross at Little Miami Mason at Goshen Blanchester at Kings Cincinnati Hills League Mariemont vs. CAPE at Woodward Taylor at Loveland Deer Park at Reading Finneytown at Indian Hill Madeira at Wyoming Metro County Conference Oak Hills at Aiken, 8 p.m. Western Hills at Mount Healthy, 8 pm Withrow at Colerain, 8 p.m. Greater Miami Conference Milford at Lakota, 8 p.m. Hamilton at Princeton, 8 p.m. Fairfield at Sycamore, 8 p.m. Lima at Middletown, 8 p.m. Queen City Conference American Turpln at Amelia Woodward at Anderson Taft at Glen Este Queen City Conference National Northwest at Winton Woods Tennis Seiko Super TOKYO - Results Wednesday of the $1 million Seiko Super tennis tournament at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium (seedings in parenthesis): Second Round Frederic Fontang, France (15), def. Gary MuHer, South Atrlca, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4. Wally Masur (13), Australia, def. Glenn Michlbata, Canada, 44, 4-3. Glamuca Pozzl, Italy, det. Todd Wood-bridge (11), Australia, 7-4 (7-0), 4-3. Boris Becker (2), Germany, det. Jan Gunnersson, Sweden, 6-2, 4-4. Boxing Fight schedule Oct, 10 At Belly's Las Vegas, Mike McCallum, New York, vs. Nicky Walker, Carson City, Nev. 10, middles. Oct. 12 At Monte Carlo, James Toney, Ann Arbor, Mich., vs. Francisco Del'Aqulla, Italy, 12, for Toney's IBF middleweight title. m 21 217 10.3 23 1 18 246 13.7 47 1 II 160 14.5 S3 0 6 22 3.7 12 0 5 33 66 18 0 3 32 107 13 0 2 34 17 0 20 0 2 23 ll.S 14 0 2 12 6.0 8 1 3 9 3080 73 788 10.8 S3 3 69 821 11.9 43 7 Pearce... Small Jackson.. Guzda Patania... Futop... Britford... Others Opponents. Punting No. Avg. LG B BlaykKk 30 33.3 48 2 Uf 32 31.2 48 2 Opponents 24 37J S6 0 Pro Football AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W . L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 5 I 0 .833 148 148 Miami 3 3 0 .500 120 122 N.Y. Jets 3 3 0 .500 120 112 New England 2 4 0 .333 66 111 Indianapolis 0 6 0 .000 43 134 Central Houston 4 I 0 .800 154 69 Pittsburgh 3 2 0 .400 115 104 Cleveland 2 3 0 .400 72 69 Cincinnati 0 5 0 .000 68 136 West Denver 4 2 0 .647 158 107 Kansas City 4 2 0 .447 98 69 LA Raiders 3 3 0 .500 91 108 Seattle 3 3 0 .500 111 86 Son Diego I 5 0 .167 97 127 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W . L T Pet. PF PA Washington 4 0 0 1.000 189 45 Dallas 4 2 0 .467 115 113 N.Y, Giants 3 3 0 . 500 95 93 Philadelphia 3 3 0 .500 90 80 Phoenix 3 3 0 .500 92 105 Central Detroit 5 I 0 .833 128 119 Chicago 4 2 0 .667 97 111 Minnesota 2 4 0 .313 69 106 Green Bay 1 5 0 .167 83 115 Tampa Bay 1 5 0 .167 73 113 West New Orleans 5 0 0 1.000 121 47 Atlanta 2 3 0 .400 42 88 LA Rams 2 3 0 .400 73 109 San Francisco .... 2 3 0 .400 95 69 Sunday's Games Dallas 20, Green Bay 17 Houston 42, Denver 14 Miami 20, New England 10 Detroit 24, Minnesota 20 New York Jets 17, Cleveland 14 Tampa Bay 14, Philadelphia 13 Seattle 13, Cincinnati 7 Washington 20, Chicago 7 New York Giants 20, Phoenix 9 ' San Diego 21, Los Angeles Raiders 13 Pittsburgh 21, Indianapolis 3 OPEN DATE: Atlanta, Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco Monday's Game Kansas City 33, Buffalo 6 Sunday, Oct. 13 Cincinnati at Dallas, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Washington, 1 p.m. Indianapolis at Buffalo, 1 p.m. New Orleans at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Phoenix at Minnesota, 1 p.m. San Diego at Los Angeles Rams, 4 p.m. Miami at Kansas City, 4 p.m. Houston at New York Jets, 4 p.m. Atlanta at San Francisco, 4 p.m. Los Angeles Raiders at Seattle, 7:30 p.m. OPEN DATE: Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Green Bay, New England, Tampa Bay Monday, Oct. M New York Giants at Pittsburgh, 9 p.m. NFL team stats (Rankings based on averages) AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Buffalo 2477 770 1707 Houston 1890 513 1377 Jets 2035 896 1139 Denver 2028 731 1297 Seattle . 1918 618 1300 Cincinnati 1549 578 971 Miami 1825 505 1320 San Diego . . 1784 920 866 Pittsburgh 1463 505 958 Kansas City 1684 795 889 Raiders 1483 574 909 Cleveland 1199 413 784 Indianapolis 1407 294 1111 NewEngJand 1275 514 741 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pass Cleveland 1357 424 733 Kansas City ..1477 452 1025 Indianapolis. 1496 840 856 Seattle . 1718 564 1154 Jets.. 1825 504 1321 Pittsburgh 1555 508 1047 Denver 1880 441 1219 Houston 1571 538 1033 Raiders- ..1889 689 1200 Miami 1970 748 1222 San Diego . 1984 689 1295 New England 2064 498 1566 Buffalo .. 2102 935 1167 Cincinnati 1792 598 1194 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass San Francisco 1832 585 1247 Giants 2080 877 1203 Washington... 2018 880 1138 Detroit 2015 902 1113 Chicago 1895 599 1294 Dallas 1892 443 1229 New Orleans 1547 434 913 The Latest Line (Home Team in CAPS) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL American League Championship Series Friday's game Favorite Line Underdog TORONTO 6-7 Minnesota National League Championship Series Thursday's game Favorite Line Underdog PITTSBURGH tVi-S Atlanta Odds to win the World Series MINNESOTA... PITTSBURGH... TORONTO....... ATLANTA COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday's games Favorite Line Underdog MIAMI-FLA. 10 Penn State BOSTON COLL. 2 Louisville CLEMSON 10 Virginia Michigan 25' MICHIGAN ST. FLORIDA ST. (A) 27' Virginia Tech GEORGIA TECH 14 Maryland WEST VIRGINIA 13 Temple Princeton t'i BROWN Air Force 14 NAVY FLORIDA m Tennessee NO. CAROLINA 21 Wake Forest SYRACUSE 12 East Carolina Pennsylvania 1 COLUMBIA NOTRE DAME 14'i Pittsburgh ILLINOIS 3 Ohio State BYU 24 Texas-El Paso BAYLOR 20' Rice INDIANA 20' Northwestern Iowa 19' WISCONSIN COLORADO IS Missouri Kansas 9 KANSAS STATE Nebraska 27' OKLAHOMA ST. MISSISSIPPI ST. 12' Kentucky MINNESOTA 4 Purdue Oklahoma! B) 6 Texas Houston 10' ARKANSAS Texas Tech 5 SMU WYOMING 2' Utah ALABAMA 31 Tulane STANFORD 44' Cornel CALIFORNIA 10 Oregon Arizona State 21 OREGON STATE Southern Cal. 7' WASHINGTON ST. MISSISSIPPI 1' Georgia Auburn 18' VANDERBILT Tulsa 6 SW LOUISIANA So Mississippi 31 MEMPHIS ST. SAN DIEGO ST. 32 New Mexico UCLA 14' Arizona (A) -at Orlando (B) - at Dallas NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Sunday's games Favorite Line Underdog SAN FRAN. (C) 10' Atlanta BUFFALO 19' Indianapolis New Orleans 4' PHILADELPHIA DALLAS 4' Cincinnati MINNESOTA 7 Phoenix WASHINGTON 13' Cleveland KANSAS CITY 7 Miami L A. RAMS 3 San Diego Houston 3 N.Y. JETS SEATTLE 2 LA. Raiders (C) Site changed to San Francisco due toNLCS Monday's games Favorite Line Underdog N Y. Giants 31 PITTSBURGH Odds provided by Jim Feist Sports, Las Vegas, Nev. Money leaders HORSE RACING Through October 4 Jockeys Mntt 1st 2nd 3rd Purses 110,854,147 10,730,921 10,454,157 8,844,534 8,578,420 8,314,544 7,009.385 6,692,496 McCarron .....1,109 214 171 141 .1,133 349 209 142 1,189 199 189 180 Day Stevens .. Bailey 955 184 158 110 Delahoussaya . 1,024 158 137 135 J jj Etc. Smith 1,353 241 184 177 Nakatanl 1,117 145 154 151 Krone 1,294 209 202 174 Atlanta 148 1 535 944 Phoenix 1719 534 1185 Green Bay 1403 409 1194 Minnesota 1597 682 915 Rams 1294 460 834 Tampa Bay 1522 572 950 Philadelphia 1521 449 1052 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pass New Orleans ....1053 266 787 Philadelphia ...1391 468 923 Washington.. 1398 583 815 Giants 1561 579 982 Detroit 1588 521 1067 Atlanta 1420 711 709 San Francisco 1448 563 885 Rams 1502 575 927 Tampa Bay 1809 765 1044 Green Bay 1923 458 1465 Phoenix 1934 810 1124 Chicago 1934 734 1200 Dallas.... 1937 508 1429 Minnesota 2055 838 1217 Injury Report NEW YORK - The National Football League Injury report for this weekend's games as provided by the league: HOUSTON AT NEW YORK JETS -Oilers: CB Richard Johnson (knee), G Mike Munchak (knee), LB Eugene Seale (knee), DT Doug Smith (knee-toot) are questionable. Jets: TE Mark Boyer (knee-injured reserve), NT Scott Mersereau (ankles) are out. INDIANAPOLIS AT BUFFALO - Colts: S Mike Prior (groin) Is out; LB Chip Banks (knee), LB Jeff Herrod (ankle), T Zefross Moss (knee) are quesionable; C Brian Bakjinger (ankle), RB Eric Dickerson (hamstring), RB Anthony Johnson (ankle) are probable. Bills: DE Bruce Smith (knee) Is questionable; RB Thurman Thomas (ankle) Is probable. LOS ANGELES RAIDERS AT SEATTLE Raiders: G Max Montoyo (groin) Is doubtful. Seahawks: DT Cortez Kennedy (knee), T Ronnie Lee (thigh) are probable. MIAMI AT KANSAS CITY - Dolphins: LB John Offerdahl (knee), G Keith Sims (knee) are out; G Harry Galbreath (ankle) Is questionable; LB David Griggs (knee) Is probable. Chiefs: C Tim Grunhard (knee), WR Emile Harry (ankle), CB Albert Lewis (knee), LB Ervln Randle (hamstring) are questionable; T Rich Bakjinger (knee), S Deron Cherry (groin), T Derrick Graham (ankle), LB Dino Hackett (ankle), TE Jona-thon Hayes (back) are probable. NEW ORLEANS AT PHILADELPHIA Saints: RB Craig Heyward (hamstring, TE John Tice (ankle) are doubtful; CB Milton Mack (hamstring) is questionable; NT Jim Wilks (groin) is probable. Eagles: QB Jim McMahon (knee), G Bruce Collie (knee) are out; WR Fred Barnett (hamstring), DB Izel Jenkins (hamstring) are questionable; LB Jessie Small (hamstring) Is probable. PHOENIX AT MINNESOTA - Cardinals: OL Vernice Smith (Achilles) is questionable, LB David Braxton (shoulder). Vikings: T Tim Irwin (neck), RB Herschel Walker (shoulder), DT Henry Thomas (back), WR Anthony Carter (hamstring), S Joey Browner (shoulder) are probable. ATLANTA AT SAN FRANCISCO -Falcons: CB Bobby Butler (hamstring), DE Mike Gann (neck) are questionable; S Scott Case (foot) Is probable. 49ers: NT Jim Burt (back), DE Kevin Fagan (ankle), LB Mike Walter (hamstring) are questionable; DE Pierce Holt (knee), DE Larry Roberts (ankle), T Steve Wallace (concussion), S Dave Waymer (knee) are probable. CINCINNATI AT DALLAS - Bengals: DE Alonzo Mitz (back) is questionable; DE David Grant (knee) Is probable. Cowboys: S Vince Albritton (arm) is out; T Mark Tuinel (groin) is doubtful; T Nate Newton (knee) Is questionable,' WR Alvin Harper (neck) is probable. CLEVELAND AT WASHINGTON - Browns: OT Frank Conover (chest) is questionable; CB Frank MinnifiekJ (shoulder) Is probable. Redskins: LB Kurt Gouveia (hamstring), G Raleigh McKenzle (ankle) are probable. SAN DIEGO AT LOS ANGELES RAMS - Chargers: TE Arthur Cox (foot) is questionable; LB Gary Plummer (thumb) Is probable. Rams: WR Willie Anderson (back), LB Brett Faryniarz (knee), C Bern Brostek (ankle) are out; DT Mike Piei (shoulder) Is doubtful; OT Alvin Wright (shoulder) is probable. Monday Night NEW YORK GIANTS AT PITTSBURGH - Giants: DE Mike Fox (back), WR Stephen Baker (back ), LB Corey Miller (stomach) are questionable; S Greg Jackson (ankle) is probable. Stealers: CB Richard Shelton (hamstring) Is doubtful,' QB Bubby Brisler (knee), CB David Johnson (ankle), WR Louis Lipps (leg) are questionable. Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Purses Lukas 1,111 212 193 140 $11,790,253 McAnally... 454 86 56 53 7,178,969 Frankel 233 55 24 35 5,244,261 Day 210 60 35 27 4,668,189 Brothers-. 191 34 25 24 3335,783 Jones 309 40 47 44 3,362,995 Schuthofer. 354 65 49 47 3,302,142 Molt 329 68 60 44 3,297,253 Horses Sts 1st 2nd 3rd Purses FarmaWay II 5 3 1 52,598,350 Hansel 9 4 12 $2,565,680 Dance Smartly 7 7 0 0 2,356321 Festin 10 3 2 2 2,003,250 In Excess 7 5 0 1 1,328,800 Strike the Gold. II 2 3 3 1,383,850 Marquetry 7 4 1 1 1,204,600 CrprteRprt 10 3 5 0 1,067,908 HARNESS RACING Through October 1 Money-winning Horses 1, Precious Bunny, S 1,890,341, 2, Die Laughing, $990,472. 3, Giant Victory, $918,126. 4, Artsplace, $867,835. 5, Sports-master, $586,871. 6, Somatic, $555,556. 7, Crowns Invitation, $545,596. 8, Dontelmeno-more, $526,936. 9, Cole Muffler, $524,582. 10, Jake And Elwood, $492430. Money-winning Driven 1, John Campbell, $7,988,060. 2, Jack Molseyev, $7485,405. 3, Michel Lachance, $5,044,100. 4, Cat Manzl, $3,891,100. 5, Herve Flllon, $3,369,606. 6, Ron Pierce, $3,088,935. 7, Ron Waples, $2,907,394. 8, Dave Magee, $2421,273. 9, Doug Brown, $2,734,317. 10, Bll Fahy, $2,489,873. Dash-winning Drivers I, Jack Molseyev, 590. 2, Herve Fillon, 528. 3, Walter Case Jr., 508. 4, John Campbell, 414. 5, Cat Manzl, 402. 4, Gaetan Lamy, 354. 7, Dave Magee, 347. 8, Dave Palone, 318. 9, Bin Parker, 317. 10, Dave Miller, 314. QUARTER HORSE LEADERS v Through Sept. 29 Horses I, Royal Quick Dash, $1441,155. 2, Ed Grlmley, $474,708. 3, See Me Gone, $312,908. 4, Steppin For The Moon, $299431 5, Magic Dozen, $280,158. Trainers 1, Jack Brooks, $1,099,490. 2, Ben Torres, $1,055,348. 3, Dwayne Gllbreath, $954,124. 4, Blane Schvoneveldt, $477,125. S, Ed Giles, $475,230. Jockeys I, Kip Dlderlcksen, $1492,101. J, Jerry Rodriguez, $1,125,194. 3, Eddie Garcia, $580,157. 4, Joe Martinez, $560,197. 5, Jacky Martin, $53501 1. Local Golf Greater Cincinnati PGA Match Play Championship Coldstream Country Club Quarterfinals Gene Samborsky (Western HINs) def. Daryl Hartlg (Bel-Wood), 2 and I; Paul Augenstein (Crest Hills) def. Randy Neu-farth (Wlnlon Woods), 2 and I; Bob Stephens (Losentlville) del. Geoff Hensley (Coldstream), 3 and 2; Dick Plummer (Ca-margo) del. Paul Hobart (Kenwood), S and 4. Today's matches Semifinals Samborsky vs. Augenstein, I a m. Stephens vs. Plummer, 9:10 am College results MEN'S SOCCER Wittenberg, Wilmington 0 Goals: W-Loftln. Shutout: DeBold (6 saves). Records: Wll 7-5, Witt 8-2. UC S, Louisville I Goals: UC: Legeza, Arszman, Boeres, Kronoveter 2. L: Barron. Records: UC 4-4-1, L 3-6-1. Lindsay Wilson 4 , NKU 3, OT Goals: LW-Welcome 2, Neunle, Wooden NKU-Wolff, Lawson, Yacks. Records: NKU 8-4, LW 7-2. NKU plays Sat. at I WOMEN'S SOCCER Xavler University I, Butler University 0 Goal: XU-Feldhouse. Shutout: Ervick (5 saves). Records: XU 10-1-1 (2-0 MCC), B 4-4, (0-2 MCC). Punt Returns No. Avg. LG TD Lumpkin 3 8.3 15 0 Shannon. ... 6 3.8 11 0 Borgella 1 1.0 1 0 UC 10 4.9 15 0 Opponents-. 18 7.2 32 0 KickoH Returns No. Avg. LG TD Jenkins 10 22 2 46 0 Davis. 9 17.5 27 0 Others. 6 12.2 27 0 UC 25 18.2 46 0 Opponents 20 21.4 57 0 Scoring TDsby Run Rec Ret XP FG STP Rowe 0 0 0 5-6 6-7 0 23 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 7 0-0 0 IB 0-0 0 6 04 0 4 OO 0 4 (Ml 0 4 0-0 0 4 Ml 20-29 30-39 40-49 50 Rowe 1-1 2-2 2-3 1-1 0-0 Interceptions No. Yds. TD Dingle Elmubarak... Shannon Borgella...... Kinsler.. Britford 2 Bjorson 0 Powel 1 Fitzgerald. 1 Harp 1 Pearce 0 Opponents.. 16 Field Goals 1 15 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Deals BASEBALL American League Cleveland Indians Released Keith Hernandez, first baseman, and Mike York, pitcher. Milwaukee Brewers Fired Tom Tre-belhorn, manager. Texas Rangers-Exercised its option on Nolan Ryan, pitcher, for the 1991-92 season. National League Philadelphia Phillies Assigned John Morris, outfielder, and Tim Mauser, pitcher, to Scranton-Wilkes-Barre of the International League. Announced that Darrel Aker-felds, pitcher, and Sil Campusano, outfielder, have opted to become free agents. FOOTBALL National Football League Buffalo Bills Released Chris Oldham, cornerback. Activated Joe Staysniak, offensive lineman, from the practice roster. Cincinnati Bengals Claimed Bernard Clark, linebacker, off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks. New York Jets-Placed Mark Boyer, Golf Vegas Invitational LAS VEGAS - Scores Wednesday after the first round of the $1.5 million Las Vegas Invitational played on three course all par 36-36- 72, the 7,169-yards, Las Vegas Country Club; 7,111-yards, Desert Inn Country Club, and the 6,979-yards, Sunrise Golf Club. Tom Sieckmann 31-32-63 Bruce Fleisher 33-31-64 Tom Byrum 31-33-64 Kirk Triplet! 32-32-44 Brian Tennyson 32-3365 Andy Bean.. ..32-33-65 Chip Beck 32-33 -65 Ted Schulz 33-32 -65 BobEstes 31-34-65 Steve Jones 31-34-65 John Cook 32-34-66 John Daly 34-32- 66 Jeff Sluman 31-35-66 Tommy Armour III 31-35-66 EdHumenik 33-33-66 Howard Twltty 32-34-66 Steve Elklngton 33-33-66 Fuzzy Zoeller 33-33-66 Kenny Perry 34-32-66 Dick Mast . ... 33-33-66 Johnmman 32-35-67 Wayne Levi . 34-33-67 Larry Mize 32-35-67 Roger Maltbie 34-33-67 BredFabel 31-34-47 Dave Stockton 33-34-47 Craig Stadler . . . 33-34-47 Jim Mcgovern 34-33-47 GregWhismon . . 34-33 -47 Brad Bryant .. . 33-34-47 DanPotv, 33-34-47 Barry Cheesman 33-34-47 Lee Jam en 34-33-47 Duffy Waldorf 33-34-47 Mark Brooks 33-34-67 NickPrlie 35-32-67 Charles Bowles 34-33-67 Mike Springer 32-35-67 Brian Kamm 35-33-68 Bruce Liefzke 34-34-68 Hal Sutton 34-34-68 Horse Racing Keeneland results WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Weather Cloudy. Track Fast. 1st-6,SO0, cl, mdn 3YO up, 6f. Redoy Boy (McDowell) 7.40 3.60 3.00 Steel McNally (ArgueNo) 3.80 3.00 Foxy Stone Persult (Sunserl) 4.80 Off 1:01. Time 1:14. Scratched-Vigor's Boy, Sooner The Better, Percussion, Quick ly prosperous. 2nd-8,500, cl, 3YO up, l'sml. Entrtn The Tme (Knott) 12.80 6.40 3.80 Starkrazy (Lopez) 9.60 4.80 HaysDustyPlck(AD'Amico) 3.60 Off 1:30. Time 1:52 3-5. Scralched-Gin Jan. Daily Double (6-5) paid $57.00. 3rd-20,400, mdn 2YO, 1 Html. FloresPeak(Perrodin) 4.60 3.20 3.00 Donna Says So (Arguello) 8.60 5.20 River Orchid (Woods) 7.20 Off 2:01. Time 1:46 4-5. 4th-22,O0, alC, 3YO up, 1 1-14ml. Jeano (Sellers) 5.20 3.80 3.20 Impetuous Image IPJohnson) 12.80 7.20 Wilder And Wilder (Cox) 4.00 Off 2:32. Time 1:45 1-5. Scratched-Previous Choice. Exacta (5-4) paid $42 40. 5th-2UOO, ale, 2YO, 4. , American Chance (Day) 2.80 2.10 2.20 Dining With Stars (Black) 2.20 2.20 He's A Southerner ( Kutz ) 2.60 Off 3:02. Time 1:10 3-5. Exacta (1-6) paid $4.20. 6th-24,400, ale, 1YO up, 4vbf. Dixie Splash (Day) 4.00 3.20 3.00 Fulltime (ArgueNo) 4.80 4.20 Lonsularla (Black) 5.60 Off 3:32. Time 1:17. Scratched-Lucky Yoder. 71h-24,400, ale, 3YO up, I'iml.tf. Vortrekker (McDowell) 4.80 3 00 2.80 Onebeforetwelve (Arguello) 4.00 3 40 Pond Branch (Cox) 10.00 Ofl 4:04. Time 1:53 2-5. Exacta (5-10) paid $15,60. Silver CHo disqualified from 2nd to 6th. 8th-42,200-added, 2YO, 7f. The Indian Summer CoUc Women (Compton) 3.00 2.60 2.20 Fretina (Bruin) 3.40 2 20 West Virginia (Day) 2 20 Oft 4:38. Time 1:23 4-5. Exacta (2-4) paid $7 80. Pick Three (1-5-2) paid $17.00. Pick Six (2-5-1-1-5-2) paid $74.80 (145 tickets). 5 Wins paid $4.00 ( 904 tickets). 9th-24,400, ale, 3YO up, l'tml.H Boundlowln (Arguello) 101.00 23.40 6 60 Chick Sails (Sellers) 4.00 3.80 2 tight end, on injured reserve. Signed Pat Kelly, tight end. NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Los Angeles Clippers-Signed Rory Sparrow, guard. Orlando Magic Waived Reggie Hanson, forward, Tito Horford, center, and Mike Morrison and Kevin Williams, guards. Philadelphia Mrs-Released Petur Gudmundsson, center, and Mike Kennedy and Bobby Martin, forwards. HOCKEY National Hockey League Montreal Canadiens-Recaled Paul DiPietro, forward, from Fredericton of the American Hockey League. SOCCER Major Soccer League Baltimore Blast-Signed Doug Miller, forward, to a 1-year contract. COLLEGE Juniatta Named Dirk Remensnyder men's assistant basketball coach. Nevada Named John Savage assistant baseball coach and Ron Verlin men's part-time assistant basketball coach. Blaine McCaMster 32-36-68 John Wilson 35-33-48 Jim Woodward 34-34-68 Neal Lancaster 33-35 -68 Bobby Wadkins 34-34 -68 Larry Nelson 35-33-68 StanUtley 35-33-68 Loren Roberts 34-34-68 Mike Smith 35-33-68 Curt Byrum 33-35-68 David Edwards 34-34-68 John Huston 34-34-68 David Canipe 34-34- 68 Michael Allen 36-32-68 Gary McCord 34-34-68 Mike Hulbert 33-35-68 Russ Cochran 34-34-68 Jeff Maggert 35-34-69 Fulton Alem 34-35-69 John Adams 35-34-69 JimHallet 34-35-69 Brian Clear 36-33-69 Gene Sauers 35-34-69 Mark McCumber 34-35-69 Scott Hoch 34-35-69 Larry Silveira 35-34-69 Jim Booros 35-34-69 EdFiori 35-34-49 MarkWiebe 34-33-49 Jim Benepe 35-34-49 Bob Eastwood 34-35-49 Joey Sindelar 35-34-49 Andrew Magee 34-33- 49 Gil Morgan 35-34-49 Joel Edwards 34-33-49 Mike Sullivan , 34-35-49 Willie Wood 34-35-49 Billy Andrade 34-35-49 Rocco Mediate 35-34-49 Jay Haas 35-34-49 Trevor Dodds ...37-32-49 Scott Verplank 32-37-49 Kenny Knox 35-34-49 Jim Gallagher 34-33-49 Donnie Hammond 35-34-49 Danny Brlggs 32-37-49 Dudley Hart 34-35-49 OTHER SCORES Bob Lohr 38-34-72 Gettysburg Address (Perrodln) 6.60 Oft 5:08. Time 1:52 3-5. Scratched-Valereux. Exacla (8-5) paid $442.20. Attendance: 9,125. Handle: $954,302.00. Total Handle: (Including ITW) $1,255,343.00. Keeneland entries THURSDAY AFTERNOON . First post time 1 p.m. lst-9,000, cl, mdn 3YO up, 71. Heathers Do 112 LeMystere 120 LaBodyBetfl 117 Her Jet 119 Royal Roquet 120 LadyPlet 120 Singing Snstn 117 SportlnLove 120 Clmbtrthstr 120 2nd-13,000, cl, 3YO up, 4l1f. SheereenGul 112 Rorschach 112 Carryover 115 Brails Choice 117 FightngBrthr 117 Built ToWIn 112 Hello Chief 119 3rd-9,5O0, ale, 3YO up, 1 3-Mmi. Haphazardly 115 Count V.J. 115 Dutch Hunch 112 OpertnJnthn 115 Fair Shot 112 Clock Tower 112 SaratgSmrts 112 41(1-19 ,200, mdn 2YO, 4V4I. Captain Bear 120 Ivory Dreams 120 Ecstatic Ride 120 PresdntsCnsI 120 London Gate 120 ConteDISavy 120 SameOkfSmll 120 Vantage Pont 120 Blacksburg 120 Lescoundrel 120 DIxllndExprs 120 First AndGkj 120 5th-2U00, ale, 3YO up, 41. Wild Winner 115 Island Unlvrs . 121 Clltty Park 117 Sycamore Slw 118 Chief Banderl 114 Crimson Lght 115 SaralgExprs 118 Old Coins 114 4th-22J)00, ale, 2YO, I VI4ml. Snowie North 110 Pavm 119 SherNansGm 112 Aquilegla ' 117 lOweSllver 112 Pleasant Bby 117 7th 27,600, ale, 3YO up, 1 1-I6ml. Wood Chisel 114 Oneslepattm 111 British Bnnkr . Ill LlkeNonOthr 111 Castle Rock 117 th 42,000, 2YO, 7f. The Fort Springs . Serened Mntn HI Place Dancer 117 Striding Rulr 114 Bounty Hunt 114 Ten Sins 114 Trans Carlbn 119 Rail 114 th-28,800, ale, 3YO up, 1 VMml.tf Divine Wrnng 117 Fabuloslndn 114 Private Vlntg 111 NrlhrnDsply 114 Telcht 120 Fire mice 111 SeaSymphny 114 SkatOnThnlc 114 MegestrlChr 111 5 19 0 10 150 1 Tk. Ast Tot Sck FR 24 25 51 0 1 21 17 38 0 1 23 11 34 0 0 19 5 24 1 0 19 8 27 0 0 18 4 22 2 I 13 7 20 0 0 9 9 18 0 I 9 8 17 10 7 7 14 0 0 8 4 12 0 0 6 5 11 .5 0 Hockey uc Opponents. Tackles Shannon Brown. Sims Hudson Borgella Dingle Booker Kinsler Coppess . Davis... Roberts Duckens Toronto . ..I 2 1-4 First Period-1, Toronto, Pearson 2 (Petit), 5:00. 2, Washington, plvonka 2 (Greenlaw, Bondra), 11:14. Second Period-3, Toronto, Bradley 2 (Pearson, Ellett), :41. 4, Washington, Jo-hansson 1, 403 (pp). 5, Toronto, Pearson 3 (Petit, ZezeO, 7:05 (pp). 6, Washington, Hatcher I (Hunter, Burrldge), 17:24 (pp). Third Perled-7, Washington, Ky-preos 1 (May, Hunter), 4:04. 8, Washington, Cote 2 (Hunter), 9:59. 9, Toronto, Leeman 2 (Zezel, Bradley), 18:41 (pp). Shots on goal-Washington 16-1215-43. Toronto 89-23. Goalies-Washington, Liut. Toronto, Fuhr. A 15,075. ' 1 1 0-4 Buffalo --.J I 1 0-4 First Perlod-1, Boston, Skrlko I (Bourque, Ruzlcka), 1:02 (pp). 2, Buffalo, Andreychuk I (Turgeon, Bodger), 3:54 (pp). 3, Buffalo, Mogilny I, 9:43. Second Pertod-4, Boston, Wesley 1 (Ruilcka, B.Sweeney), 3:15. 5, Buffalo, Krupp 2 (Shannon, Hawerchuk), 3:54. 4, Boston, Janney I (leach, Galley), 13:39 (PP). Third Perlod-7, Buffalo, Hater 1 (Turgeon, Valve), 7:34 (pp). 8, Boston, Ruilcka 2 (Wesley, Bourque), 11:06 (pp). Overtime None. Shots on goal-Boston 12-10-13-0-35. Buffalo 8-15-11-5-39. Goalies-Boston, Moog. Buffalo, Ma. larchuk. A-14J97. N.Y. Islanders 2 ( l-l N.Y. Rangers I 1 l-S First Period-1, N.Y. Rangers, Leetch I, 3:16. 2, N.Y. Islanders, Sutler 2 (D.King), 16:54. 3, N.Y. Islanders, Sutter 3 (Volek, D.King), 19:03. Second Perlod-4, N.Y. Rangers, Messier I (Patrick. Amonte), 4:24. Third Perlod-5, N Y Rangers, Messier 2 (Patrick, Turcolte), 4:25 (pp). 4, N.Y. Islanders, Kurvers I (Norton, Sutter), 7:37 (pp). 7, NY. Rangers, K.King 1 (Gartner, MoKer), 19:45. 8, N.Y. Rangers, Patrick 2 (Messier), 19 49 (en). Shots on goal-lslanderi 7-15-10-32. Rangers 13-13-13-39 Goalies-Islanders, Heaiy. Rangers, Venbiesbrouck.A-17,421. NHL standings WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L TPts GFGA New Jersey 3 0 0 6 17 9 Washington 3 0 0 6 13 7 NY Rangers 3 10 6 12 10 Pittsburgh 10 13 7 6 NY Islanders 1 1 0 2 7 8 Philadelphia 0 1114 7 Adams Division Montreal 1113 7 7 Quebec - 1 1 0 2 9 8 Boston 12 1 3 13 13 Hartford 0 11 1 4 6 Buffalo 0 2 1 1 9 12 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L TPts GF GA Toronto - 2 2 0 4 18 14 Minnesota 1 0 0 2 4 2 Detroit 0 II 1 I 11 Chicago 0 2 1 1 7 II St. Louis 0 2 0 0 2 10 Smythe Division Vancouver 3 0 0 4 12 7 ' Los Angeles 2 0 1 5 14 8 Calgary 110 2 15 II SanJose 12 0 2 9 12 Winnipeg 1 2 0 2 10 12 Edmonton 0 2 1 I 7 17 Tuesday's Games Montreal 2, Hartford 2, tie New Jersey 4, Quebec 5 Vancouver 3, Winnipeg 2, OT San Jose 4, Calgary 3 Los Angeles 6, Edmonton 3 Wednesday's Garnet Boston 4, Buffalo 4, tie N.Y. Rangers 5, N.Y. Islanders 3 Washington 5, Toronto 4 Thursday's Games Montreal at Detroit, 7:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. Quebec at Minnesota, 1 05 pm Vancouver at Chicago, 8:35 p.m. Edmonton at St. Louis, 8:35 p m. Calgary at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. Winnipeg at San Jose, 10:35 p.m. NHL summaries Wednesday's gamtl Washington ' 2 1-1 1 Today s question: Which major-league team appeared in the most World Series during the 1980s? Wednesday s question: Who pitched eight complete games in a row in World Series competition, winning all but the last one? . Wednesday's answer: Bob Gibson did It pitching (or St, Louis in 1964(2), 1967(3), 1968(3). Trainers I

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