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B4 SUNDAY • SEPTEMBER 15,2002 • THE HAYS DAILY NEWS SPORTS SCOREBOARD Not finding your team's results? Submit them In the Coaches' Corner on the web at sports.dallynews.net or call 1-800-657-6017 for more Information. Local Calendar Week of Sept. 15-22 • Monday the 16th* • Hays High • Football (JV) vs. Junction City at HHS field, 4 p.m. Soccer (V-JV) at Great Bend, 4 p.m. Golf (V) at TMP Invitational, at Smoky Hill Country Club, 9 a.m. •TMP' Golf (V) at TMP Invitational at Smoky Hill Country Club, 9 a.m. Football (JV) at Hoisington. 4:30 p.m. Volleyball (fresh.) vs. Ness City at Al Billlnger Fieldhouse, 5 p.m. •Tuesday the 17th • • Fort Hays• Volleyball at University of Nebraksa-Kearney, at Kearney, Neb., 7 p.m. • Hays High • Volleyball (V-JV) at Hays High Triangular at HHS gym, 5 p.m. Volleyball (fresh.) vs. Dodge City at HHS gym, 4 p.m. Tennis (JV) at Russell Invitational, 3 p.m. • Kennedy Middle School • Volleyball at Colby, 4 p.m. • Wednesday the 18th • • Fort Hays • Tiger Club at Country Kitchen, 3203 Vine, noon. •Thursday the 19th • • Hays High • Cross Country (V-JV) at Buhler Invitational, 4:30 p.m. Soccer (V-JV) vs. Salina-St. John's Military Academy at HHS field, 4 p.m. Tennis (V) at Dodge City Invitational, 10 a.m. Tennis (JV) at Hays High Invitational, 3 p.m. Football (fresh.) at Norton, 3:30 p.m. •TMP' Cross Country (V) at WaKeeney-Trego Invitational, 5 p.m. Football (fresh.) vs. Scott City at TMP flew, 4:30 p.m. • Felten Middle School • Football vs. Scott City at Felten field, 3:45 p.m. • Friday the 20th • • Fort Hays • Tennis at Friends University, at Wichita, 3:30 p.m. • Hays High • Football (V) vs. Liberal at Lewis Field Stadium, 7:30 p.m. •TMP' Football (V) at Lamed, 7:30 p.m. • Saturday the 21st* • Fort Hays• Football vs. Chadron State College at Lewis Field Stadium, 2 p.m. Volleyball vs. Regis University at Gross Memorial Coliseum, 7 p.m. Cross Country at North Central Pre-Reglonal Meet at FHSU course, 10 a.m. Tennis at Bethel College, at Newton, 9 a.m. • Hays High • Volleyball (JV) at Sallna Central Invitational, 9 am. •TMP- Volleyball (V) at Phillipsburg Tournament, 8 a.m. Volleyball (JV) at Abilene Invitational, 9 a.m. • Felten Middle School • Volleyball at Serve Out Tournament, at HHS gym, 9 a.m. Baseball Major league standings American League East Division U- . -W -,<.L NNew York' " 93 ' 55' ••.628~'"~: Boston 84 63 .571 -'BVi Toronto 68 80 .459 25 Baltimore 65 82 .442 27 V4 Tampa Bay 48 100 .324 45 Central Division W L Pet QB Minnesota 86 63 .577 — Chicago 74 75 .497 12 Cleveland 66 82 .446 19V4 Kansas City 57 91 .385 28 V4 Detroit 53 95 .358 32 V4 West Division W L Pet GB Anaheim 93 55 .628 — Oakland 93 55 .628 — Seattle 84 64 .568 9 Texas 69 79 .466 24 Friday's results Baltimore 8, Boston 3 Toronto 5, Tampa Bay 2 Cleveland 12, Minnesota 5 Detroit 4, Kansas City 2 (10 Innings) Chicago White Sox 13, N.Y. Yankees 2 Anaheim 3, Texas 2 Oakland 5, Seattle 0 Saturday's results Chicago White Sox 8, N.Y. Yankees 1 Kansas City 5, Detroit 1 Anaheim 8, Texas 6 Toronto 8, Tampa Bay 4 Oakland 1. Seattle 0 Boston 6, Baltimore 4 Minnesota 3, Cleveland 2 Today's games Baltimore (Johnson 4-13) at Boston (Burkett 11-7), 12:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Kennedy 7-11) at Toronto (Loalza8-8), 12:05 p.m. Minnesota (Lohse 12-8) at Cleveland (R.Ro- driguez 2-1), 12:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Glover 7-7) at N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte 10-5), 12:05 p.m. Kansas City (Ru.Hernandez 3-4) at Detroit (Beverlln 0-0), 2:05 p.m. Seattle (Pineiro 13-6) at Oakland (Lilly 4-7), 3:05 p.m. Texas (Rogers 13-7) at Anaheim (Ortiz 13-9), 7:05 p.m. National League East Division W L Pet GB x-Atlanta 93 53 .637 — Montreal 73 76 .490 21V4 Philadelphia 73 76 .490 21V4 Florida 72 76 .486 22 New York 70 78 .473 24 Central Division W L Pet QB St. Louis 86 62 .581 — Houston 79 70 .530 7 'A Cincinnati 73 75 .493 13 Pittsburgh 65 83 .439 21 Chicago 63 86 .423 23 V4 Milwaukee 52 96 .351 34 West Division W L Pet QB Arizona 91 57 .615 — San Francisco 84 63 .571 6V4 Los Angeles 84 64 .568 7 Colorado 68 81 .456 23 Vt San Diego 62 86 .419 29 x-clinched division Friday's results Montreal 11, N.Y. Mets 8 Florida 13, Atlanta 3 Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 3 Chicago Cubs 7, Cincinnati 6 St. Louis 3, Houston 2(10 Innings) Colorado 5, Los Angeles 4 Milwaukee 8, Arizona 4 San Francisco 10, San Diego 3 Saturday's results Cincinnati 3, Chicago Cubs 1 St. Louis 2. Houston 1 Los Angeles 16, Colorado 3 Arizona 5, Milwaukee 0 Montreal 5, N.Y. Mets 4 Atlanta 10, Florida 5 Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 1 San Diego at San Francisco (n) Today's games Atlanta (Moss 10-5) at Florida (Tavarez 1011), 12:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (C.Zambrano 3-7) at Cincinnati (Graves 6-3), 12:15 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Astaclo 12-9) at Montreal (Vazquez 9-13), 12:35 p.m. Pittsburgh (Torres 1-1) at Philadelphia (Wolf 11-8), 12:35 p.m. St. Louis (Morris 16-7) at Houston (Miller 133), 1:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Ashby 9-11) at Colorado (Neagle 8-10), 2:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Diggins 0-2) a! Arizona (Schilling 23-5), 3:35 p.m. San Diego (Peavy 5-7) al San Francisco 'Schmidt 11-7), 4:05 p.m. Wild Card standings American League W L Pet GB Anaheim 93 55 .628 — Oakland 93 55 .628 — Boston 84 63 .571 B'/i Seattle 84 64 .568 9 Saturday's results Oakland 1, Seattle 0 Anaheim 8, Texas 8 Boston 6, Baltimore 4 National League W L Pet GB San Francisco 84 63 .571 — Los Angeles 84 64 .568 'A Houston 79 70 .530 6 Saturday's results . St. Louis 2, Houston 1 Los Angeles 16, Colorado 3 San Diego at San Francisco (n) Major league boxscore • Royals 5, Tigers 1 • KANSAS CITY DETROIT ab r h bl . ab r h bl Tucker If 4100 Lmbrd cf 4010 Beltran cf 4 1 3 1 RStlago ss 4 0 0 1 MISwy 1b 5022 Hggnsn If 4000 Randa dh 5020 Flck rf 4000 Pellow 3b 2000 CPena 1b 4020 Febles 2b 1000 MIRvra c 3000 Berger rf 5000 Munson dh 3 0 0 0 Berroa ss 5110 Easley 2b 2000 Hlnch 0 3221 Truby 3b 3110 Ordaz 2b 3010 Totals 37 511 4 . Totals 31 1 4 1 Kansas City 120 020 000 — 5 Detroit 000 001 000 — 1 E — MISweeney (9), RSantiago (7), Flck 2 (12). DP — Kansas City 1, Detroit 1. LOB — Kansas City 11, Detroit 4. 2B — Beltran (42), Berroa (3), Hlnch (6), CPena (15), Truby (13). SB — Tucker (23). S — Ordaz. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Byrd W.16-11 9 41117 Detroit Hekken L.1-1 1« 63320 BPowell 3 42130 JFamsworth 3K 10001 Rodney 1 00000 . PB —MiRlvera. Umpires — Home, Jeff Nelson; First, Ron Kulpa; Second, Dale Scott; Third, Jim Joyce. T —2:40. A — 18,963 (40,120). Major league linescores Saturday American League • White Sox 8, Yankees 1 • Chicago 000 340 010 —8 11 1 New York 000 001 000 — 1 5 1 DWrighl, Foulke (8), Made (9) and MLJohnson; Clemens, Thurman (6) and Posada. W — DWright 12-12.L —Clemens 12-6. HRs —Chicago, Liefer (6), Crede (10). New York, ASoriano (37). • Athletics 1, Mariners 0 • Seattle 000 000 000 —0 4 2 Oakland 010 000 OOx —1 3 0 Moyer and BDavis; THudson and RaHeman- dez. W — THudson 14-9. L — Moyar 13-8. • Blue Jays 8, Devil Rays 4 • • Tampa Bay 100000102 — 4 8 0 Toronto 022 020 02x —8 10 2 Sturtze, Colome (6), DJames (8) and Hall; Hendrickson, Bowles (7), Heredia (7), CassWy (9), Kershner (9), KEscobar (9) and TWilson. W—Hendrickson 1-O.L —Sturtze 3-17. Sv —KEscobar (33). HRs — Toronto, CDelgado 2 (27), JPhelps (14). 10. (20) Tony Stewart, Pontlac, 130.483. 11. (43) John Andrew, Dodge, 130.438. 12. (44) Jerry Nadeau, Dodge, 130.389. 13. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge, 130.229. 14. (15) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet, 130.198. 15. (2) Rusty Wallace, Ford, 130.162. 16. (36) Ken Schrader, Pontlac, 130.149. 17. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 130.122. 18. (28) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 130.118. 19. (48) Jlmmle Johnson, Chevrolet, 129.998. 20. (9) Bill Elliott, Dodge, 129.860. 21. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 129.812. 22. (99) Jeff Burton, Ford, 129.794. 23. (88) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 129.781. 24. (40) Starting Marlln, Dodge, 129.763. 25. (77) Dave Blaney, Ford, 129.710. 26. (37) Kevin Lepage, Ford, 129.683. 27. (22) Ward Burton, Dodge, 129.467. 28. (41) Jimmy Spencer, Dodge, 129.393. 29. (31) Robby Gordon, Chevrolet, 129.283. 30. (23) Kenny Wallace, Dodge, 129.191. . 31. (5) Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 128.989. 32. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 128.972. 33. (30) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 128.954. 34. (25) Joe Namechek, Chevrolet, 128.933. 35. (26) Todd Bodlne, Ford, 128.906. 36. (7) Casey Atwood, Dodge, 128.872. 37. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, provisional. 38. (21) Elliott Sadler, Ford, provisional. 39. (1) Steve Park, Chevrolet, provisional. 40. (14) Mike Wallace, Pontiac, provisional. 41. (11) Brett Bodine, Ford, provisional. 42. (02) Hermie Sadler, Chevrolet, provisional. 43. (89) Morgan Shepherd, Ford, provisional. Failed to qualify 44. (51) Carl Long, Dodge, 127.611. Football ,,..,.. . , - -"<>'•'••: Anaheim .........022 030 01x —8 13 o DReyes, Van Poppel (5), Nitkowski (6), Seanez (7), RRodriguez (8) and IRodrlguez; Appier, Cook (4), Shields (4), Schoenewels (6), Donnelly (7), Weber (8), Pertival (9) and JMollna. W—Shields 5-3. L—Van Poppel 3-2. Sv — Perdval (39). HRs—Texas, AR- odriguez (55), RPalmelro (41), CEverett (16). Anaheim, Woolen (3), Salmon (19), AKennady (7). • Red Sox 6, Orioles 4 • Baltimore ..100 100 002 —4 10 0 Boston 030 030 OOx —6 11 1 Hentgen, Driskill (5) and GGil; DLowe, Em- brae (8), WGomes (9), Urblna (9) and Varitek. W — DLowe 20-7. L — Hentgen 0-2. Sv — Urblna (35). HRs — Boston, MRamlrez 2 (31). • Twins 3, Indians 2 • Minnesota 000 001 200 —3 10 0 Cleveland 000 020 000 — 2 5 0 RReed, Hawkins (8), Romero (8), Guardado (9) and Plerzynski; JaDavis, CSadler (6), Elder (8), Mauer (9) and VMartinez. W — RReed 15-7. L — CSadler 1-2. Sv — Guardado (41). HR — Cleveland, Broussard (4). National League • Reds 3, Cubs 1 • Chicago 000 001 000 — 1 4 0 Cincinnati 000 020 01 x —3 8 0 Clement, JuCruz (6), Borowski (8) and Glrardi, MMahoney (8); Dempster, Rledling (8), Williamson (9) and Stinnett. W — Dempster 9-13. L — Clement 1210. Sv—Williamson (4). HR — Chicago, Brown (3). • Cardinals 2, Astros 1 • St. Louis 000 001 010 — 2 5 1 Houston 000 000 001 —17 1 WWIIIIams, Kline (6), Isringhausen (9) and Matheny; PMunro, Robertson (8), Borbon (9), Stone (9) and Ausmus. W—WWilliams 9-4. L — PMunro 5-4. Sv — Isringhausen (31). • Dodgers 16, Rockies 3 • Los Angeles 426 102 100 —16 20 0 Colorado 000 200 010— 3 13 1 OPerez, Carrara (6), Alvarez (7), REIIIs (8), JWIIIIams (9) and Lo Duca, Kreuter (6), Ross (9); VSantos, RFIores (2), SLowe (4), Mercker (6), Fuentes (7), Speler (8), Zelle (9) and SAIomar, Bennett (8). W — OParez 14-9. L — VSantos 04. HRs — Los Angeles, BJordan (17), Beltre (20). Colorado, Helton (28). • Diamondbacks 5, Brewers 0 • Milwaukee 000 000 000 — 0 3 0 Arizona 111 001 01 x —5 11 0 Neugebauer, de los Santos (6), Durocher (7), Lorraine (8) and Machado; RJohnson and Moeller. W — RJohnson 22-5. L — Neugebauer 1-6. HR — Arizona, Spivey (13). • Phillies 4, Pirates 1 • Pittsburgh 000010000 — 1 5 1 Philadelphia 000 030 01 x —4 8.1 Meadows, AReyes (6), Sauerbeck (8) and Kendall; Junge, JSantlago (6), Adams (8). Mesa (9) and Pratt, JEstrada (8). W — Junge 1-0. L — Meadows 1-6. Sv — Mesa (40). HR — Philadelphia, Burrell (37). • Expos 5, Mets 4 • New York 000011011—4 9 2 Montreal 100 004 OOx —5 7 0 Bacslk, SReed (6), Strickland (7), Cerda (8), Weathers (8) and Piazza; Armas Jr., Day (7), Sc- Stewart (8), DSmith (9) and Barrett. W — Armas Jr. 10-12. L — Bacsik 3-2. Sv — DSmith (2). HRs — New York, Piazza 2 (30), Wlgginton (6). • Braves 10, Marlins 5 • Atlanta 103 001 131 — 10 13 0 Florida 000 004 010 — 5 14 1 Glavine, Spooneybarger (6), Holmes (7), Remllnger (8), Llgtenberg (9) and JLopez; Beckett, Burnett (3), Neal (4), Lloyd (6), VNunez (7), Borland (8), Almanza (9) and Redmond. W — Glavine 17-10. L — Beckett 5-7. HRs — Atlanta, Sheffield (25), JLopez (9). Florida, DeLee (26). Auto Racing NASCAR lineup New Hampshire 300 1. (12) Ryan Newman, Ford, 132.241 mph. 2. (10) Johnny Benson, Pontlac, 131.198. 3. (18) Bobby Labonte, Pontlac, 131.157. 4. (55) Greg Biffle, Chevrolet, 131.121. 5. (4) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 131.103. 6. (97) Kurt Busch, Ford, 130.999. 7. (6) Mark Martin, Ford, 130.810. 8. (32) Ricky Craven, Ford, 130.797. 9. (19) Jeremy Mayfield, Dodge, 130.590. NFL standings American Conference East W L T Pet Miami 1 0 0 1.000 New England 1 0 0 1.000 N.Y. Jets 1 0 0 1.000 Buffalo 0 1 0 .000 South W L T Pet Houston 1 0 0 1.000 Indianapolis 1 0 0 1.000 Tennessee 1 0 0 1.000 Jacksonville 0 1 0 .000 North W L T Pet Baltimore 0 1 0 .000 Cincinnati 0 1 0 .000 Cleveland 0 1 0 .000 Pittsburgh 0 1 0 .000 West W L T Pet Denver 1 0 0 1.000 Kansas City 1 0 0 1.000 Oakland 1 0 0 1.000 San Diego 1 0 0 1.000 National Conference East W L T Pet Washington 1 0 0 1.000 Dallas 0 1 0 .000 N.Y. Giants 0 1 0 .000 Philadelphia 0 1 0 .000 South W L T Pot Carolina 1 0 0 1.000 New Orleans 1 0 0 1.000 Atlanta 0 1 0 .000 Tampa Bay 0 1 0 .000 North W L T Pet Chicago 1 0 0 1.000 Green Bay 1 0 0 1.000 Detroit 0 1 0 .000 Minnesota 0 1 0 .000 West W L T Pet San Francisco 1 0 0 1.000 Arizona 0 1 0 .000 Seattle 0 1 0 .000 St. Louis 0 1 0 .000 Today's games Chicago at Atlanta, Noon. Miami at Indianapolis, Noon. Tennessee at Dallas, Noon. Detroit at Carolina, Noon. New England at N.Y. Jets, Noon. Green Bay at New Orleans, Noon. Cincinnati at Cleveland, Noon. Jacksonville at Kansas City, Noon. Tampa Bay at Baltimore, Nooiv' ..! Arizona at Seattle><3;06flim...^i -, •'••. N.Y. Giants at'SC'LotfsVatoS'p'.m." Houston at San Dlegb, 3:15 pm , Buffalo at Minnesota, 3:15 p.m. Denver at San Francisco, 3:15 p.m. Oakland at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m. Monday's game Philadelphia at Washington, 8 p.m. PF PA 49 21 30 14 37 31 31 37 PF PA 19 10 28 25 27 24 25 28 PF PA 7 10 6 34 39 40 14 30 PF PA 23 16 40 39 31 17 34 6 PF PA 31 23 10 19 13 16 24 27 PF PA 10 7 26 20 34 37 20 26 PF PA 27 23 37 34 21 49 23 27 PF PA 16 13 23 31 17 31 16 23 College summaries • Kansas State 63, E. Illinois 13 • • Game In figures • EIU KSU First downs 18 17 Rushes-yards 36-137 40-230 Passing 187 122 Comp-Att-Int 26-42-3 6-10-0 Return Yards 0 139 Punts-Avg. 7-36 2-43 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 5-3 Penalties-Yards 9-59 2-10 Time of Possession 37:45 22:15 • Scoring summary • Eastern Illinois 13 0 0 0 — 13 Kansas St 152813 7 — 63 First Quarter KSU — Morris 3 blocked-punt return (Magee pass from Brown) 12:27. EIU — Raymond 30 run (run failed), 7:16. KSU — Newman 95 kickoff return (Rheem kick), 7:00. EIU — Bumphus 4 pass from Romo (Kuehn kick), 2:13. Second Quarter KSU — Dunn 2 run (Rheem kick), 11:05. KSU — Hill 19 pass from Dunn (Rheem kick), 9:21. KSU — Sprolas 54 run (Rheem kick), 3:10. KSU — Wallace 58 pass from Dunn (Rheem kick), 1:19. Third Quarter KSU — Washington 40 interception return (Britekick) 11:01. KSU — Terry 41 pass from Schwinn (kick failed), 7:23. Fourth Quarter KSU — Davis 6 run (Brite kick). 13:29. A — 45,642. • Individual stalstlcs • flushing E. Illinois — Taylor 20-68, Raymond 6-53, Morris 8-22, Kissack 1-0, Romo 1-(minus 6). Kansas St. — Sproles 9-84, Davis 9-59, Saba 11-46, Schwinn 4-18, Wilson 2-10, Dunn 35, Mann 1-5, Morris 1-3. Passing E. Illinois — Romo 23-35-3-169, Kissack 36-0-18, Schofield 0-1-0-0. Kansas St — Schwinn 3*0-55, Dunn 3^-0-67. Receiving E. Illinois — O'Neal 5-59, Hopson 5-47, Raymond 5-16, Bumphus 4-34, Eller 3-16, Taylor 3-8, Steel 1-7. Kansas St. — Wallace 2-69, Terry 1-41, Hill 1-19, Evans 1-3, Sproles 1-(mlnus 10). • Kansas 44, SW Missouri 24 • • Game In figures • SMS Kan First downs • 16 23 Rushes-yards 41-168 49-201 Passing 127 112 Comp-Att-Int 12-28-1 10-18-2 Return Yards 15 47 Punts-Avg. 8-42 4-37 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 6-57 3-30 Time of Possession 28:08 31:52 • Scoring summary • SW Missouri 7 7 10 0 — 24 Kansas 7 14 13 10 — 44 First Quarter Kan — Heaggans 100 kickoff return (Beck kick), 14:42. SMS — Ennls 24 run (Long kick), 10:51. Second Quarter Kan — Whittemore 7 run (Beck kick), 10:44 SMS — Hill 14 pass from Porter (Long kick), 5:05 Kan — Whittemore 2 run (Beck kick), :50. Third Quarter Kan — Etienne 1 fumble return (kick fallad), 8:28. SMS — Long 23 field goal, 4:51 SMS — Dechant 8 run (Long kick), 2:51. Kan — Green 9 run (Beck kick), :20. Fourth Quarter Kan — Green 13 run (Beck kick), 12:32. Kan — Beck 37 field goal, 1:23. A — 40,500. • Individual Statistics • Rushing SW Missouri — Ennls 14-86, Dechant 1149, Porter 9-19, Walker 3-14, Schurman 1-2, Linscomb 1-2, White 1-(minus 1), Gore 1-(minus 3). Kansas — Green 24-131, Whittemore 14-55, Duncan 5-19, McClenddn 4-12, Bookman 1-(minus 15), Team 1-(minus 1). Passing SW Missouri — Porter 8-20-1 -96, White 4-80-31. Kansas — Whittemore 10-18-2-112. Receiving SW Missouri — Gore 3-45, White 3-27, Dechant 3-17, Hill 1-14, Farts 1-13, Stelnbroner, 111. Kansas — Green 4-54, Jones 2-21, Gasaway, 2-13, Simmons 1-13, Goodrich 1-11. Volleyball College meets Saturday • Chadron State vs. Fort Hays • • Match scores • Fort Hays State Unvlerslty del. Chadron Slate College, 30-28, 30-21, 29-31, 30-20. • Fort Hays leaders • Hitting — Logan, 10-48, 17 kills; Zoglman, 11-29, 14 kills; Blevins, 6-39,13 kills. Setting — Elchner, 51 assists; Schauer, 10 assslts. Blocking — Zoglman, 1 solo. Digs — Skldmore, 17; Blevins, 13; Elchner, 12; Schauer, 10. Serving — Eichner. 3 aces; Logan, 3 aces. Friday • Colorado Mines vs. Fort Hays • • Match scores • Fort Hays def. Colorado School of Mines, 3024, 30-24, 20-25. • Fort Hsys leaders • Hitting — Logan, 10-34,17 kills; Blevins, 634, 11 kills. Setting — Elchner, 37 assists; Schauer, 8 assslts. Blocking — Mustacchio, 1 solo. Digs — Elchner, 15; Skldmore, 10. Serving — Schauer, 2 aces; Logan, 2 aces. • Prep meets • • Hays High Triangular • • Match scores • Colby def. Hays High, 15-12, 15-13; Colby def. Dodge City 15-10, 15-3; Dodge City def. Hays High, 9-15, 15-12, 15-8. • Head-to-head results • Colby 2-0, Dodge City 1-1, Hays High 0-2. • Hays High leaders • Hitting — Meagher, 19 kills. Setting — Hoffman, 33 assists; Nehls, 30 assists. Blocking — Jackson, 10 solo, 7 assisted. Digs — Schlppers, 7. • Otis-Bison/La Crosse Tourney • • Victoria match scores • Victoria def. Otis-Bison 15-6, 15-13; Victoria daf. Kinsley 15-3, 15-7; Victoria def. Eilinwood 15-11,15-9; Victoria def. Ellis 15-4,15-10; Victoria def. Hoisington 15-10, 5-15,' 15-8. • Tournament notes • Victoria claimed the championship with the win over Hoisington, and is 9-0 on the year. Crosscountry College meets • Kansas State Invitational • • Team standings * • Men- University of Kansas, 35; Kansas State University, 42; Fort Hays State Uiverslty, 74; Unviersity of Illinois-Chicago; 112; Emporia State University, 114. • Women • Kansas, 29; Kansas State, 39; Illinois-Chicago, 66; Emporia, 111; Fort Hays, 112. • Men's top 10- I. Mathew Chesang, Kansas State, 22:45.00; 2. Chris Jones, Kansas, 22:47.00; 3. Daryn Parker, Fort Hays, 22:56.00; 4. Drew Tonniges, Kansas State, 23:01.00; 5. Rodgers Kipchumba, Kansas Slate, 23:10.00; 6. Mark Menafee, Kansas, 23:11.00; 7. Danny Smith, Illinois-Chicago, 23:14.00; 8. Cameron Schwehr, Kansas, 23:17.00; 9. Steve Rockvddt, Kansas, 23:22.00; 10. Brian, Raggett, Kansas, 23:31.00. • Women's top 10 • . 1. Laura Lavole, .12:42.00; 2. Trisha Culbertson, • ; Kahsas.State, ^12:46.00;, 3;!.Enn Mortimer, Kasnas. Slate, r12:56-00; • 4,,.Megan, .-Manthe..,-Kansas.-- 13had6';' 'I' JenhflSSDei; Illinois^ago',' 13:12.00; 6. Shauna Burrell, Kansas State, 13:29.00; 7. Jenna Blmbl, Kansas, 13:38.00; 8. Laura Browning, Kansas, 13:43.00; 9. Eve Lambom, Kansas, 13:39.00; 10. Ltzel Diaz, Illinois-Chicago, 13:40.00 • Other FHSU mens' results • II. Matt Fouts, 23:33.00; 20. Jared Fox, 23:54.00; 21. Todd Worcester, 23:55.00; 22. Adam Moos, 23:57.00; 25. Brad Cole, 24:07.00; 34. Will Hurst, 24:22; 41. Pat Younger, 24:51; 43. Ken Baxa, 24:58. • FHSU womens' results • 13. Lisa Sullivan, 13:45.00; 25. Lindsay Day, 14:40.00; 30. Jessica Stain, 14:58.00; 31. Pam Weber, 15:16.00; 32. Amanda Robben, 15:20.00; 33. Andrea Jennum, 15:23.00; 34. Erin Duerr, 15:29.00; 36. Laura Kozub, 15:42.00; 37. Amanda Lowry, 16:15.00. Tennis Golf PGA scores Pennsylvania Classic Third Round Billy Andrade 66-68-68—202 Jeff Brehaut 69-68-66—203 Ian Leggatt 70-65-69—204 Dan Forsman 73-68-64—205 Jeff Sluman 73-67-65—205 John Senden 69-71-65—205 Steve Flesch 71-69-65—205 John Huston 72-68-65—205 Mark O'Meara 73-67-66—206 Robert Allenby 71-68-67—206 Brent Geiberger 69-68-69—206 Olin Browne 73-69-65—207 Paul Goydos 69-69-69—207 Tim Herron 73-70-65—208 Brad Faxon 73-68-67—208 Brian Bateman 69-70-69—208 Loren Roberts 71-68-69—208 Jim McGovern 71-67-70—208 Donnle Hammond 68-69-71—208 John Riegger 74-70-65—209 Guy Boros 72-71-66—209 Jay Don Blake 71-71-67—209 Chris Smith 70-71-68—209 Mathew Goggin 68-72-69—209 Rod Pampllng 69-71-69—209 Len Matliace 70-70-69—209 Brett Qulgley 69-71-69—209 College duals Friday • Fort Hays 7, Southwestern 2 • • Singles • No. 1 — Rachel Ferguson, SC, def. Trina Swart, FHSU, 3-6, 6-2, 10-8. No. 2 — Jami Klug, FHSU, def, Emily Bauer, SC, 6-2, 6-1. No. 3 — Lauren Frank, FHSU, def. Jessica Hefner, SC, 6-2, 6-2. No. 4 — Trista Moritz, FHSU, def. Megan Hudson, SC, 6-3, 6-3. No. 5 — Teresa Gyre, FHSU, def. Amanda Ginther, SC, 6-2, 6-2. No. 6 — Missy Eck, FHUS, def. Sarah Hodgklnson, SC, 7-6 (10-8), 6-1. No. 7 — Kayla Amerin, FHSU, def. Tala Williams, SC, 8-7 (7-3). No. 8 — Tracy Klnyon, FHSU, del. Sarah Hodgkinson, SC, 8-5. • Doubles • No. 1 — Frank-Klug, FHSU, def. Ferguson- Bauer, SC, 8-3. No. 2 — Hefner-Hudson, SC, def. Swart- Moritz, FHSU, 8-3. No. 3 — Eck-Cyre, FHSU, def. Ginther- Williams, SC, 8-3. Prep meets • Norton Invitational • • Team standings • Norton 27, Goodland 19, Norton JV 7, Colby 4. • Singles • No. 1 — 2. Angela Henderson. Norton, 3-0; 2. Sharon Showaller, Goodland, 2-1; 3. Rachel Funk, Colby, 1-2; 4. Johnilen Overmiller, Norton JV, 0-3. No. 2 — Keesha Holste, Norton, 2-0; Rachel Baxta, Norton JV, 1-1; Jamie Cox. Colby, 0-2. • Doubles • No. 1 — 1. McCall and Mentzer, Goodland, 3-0; 2. Kaus and Norman, Norton, 2-1; Juenemann and Peterson, Norton JV, 1-2; Talsma and Wilson, Colby, 0-3. No. 2 — Streck and Shelby, Norton, 3-0; Lal- Icker and Johnson, Goodland, 2-1; McKee and Fry, Colby, 1-2; 4. Dgscher and Jones, Norton JV. 0-3. Hldemlchl Tanaka 73-66-70—209 -4 Bryce Molder 74-65-70—209 -4 J.J. Henry 67-71-71—209 -4 Glen Day 72-71-67—210 -3 Steve Allan 71-71-68—210 -3 Jim Furyk 73-69-68—210 -3 Bart Bryant 74-67-69—210 -3 Scott McCarron 72-69-69—210 -3 Tom Pemice, Jr 72-68-70—210 -3 David Edwards 76-68-67—211 -2 Stuart Appleby 73-70-68—211 -2 J.L Lewis 72-71-68—211 -2 Blalne McCallister 71-72-88—211 -2 Jim Carter 72-70-69—211 -2 Michael Long 76-65-70—211 -2 Michael Clark II 69-71-71—211 -2 Edward Fryatt 70-69-72—211 -2 John Rollins 70-74-68—212 -1 Charles Howell III 71-71-70—212 -1 Bo Van Pelt 75-67-70—212 -1 Tom Scherrer 72-70-70—212 -1 Carlos Franco 69-72-71—212 -1 David Berganlo, Jr 71-68-73—212 -1 Stu Ingraham 72-72-69—213 E Brad Lardon 70-73-70—213 E Chad Campbell 71-71-71—213 E Tom Byrum 75-66-72—213 E Brian Gay 71-69-73—213 E Jess Daley 70-73-71—214 + 1 David Peoples 74-69-71—214 +1 Billy Mayfair 74-68-72—214 +1 Kent Jones 74-68-72—214 + 1 Mike Heinen 72-68-74—214 + 1 Jay Williamson 73-67-74—214 + 1 Robert Gamez 74-66-74—214 +1 Kenneth Staton 67-69-78—214 +1 Stephen Gangluff 70-74-71—215 +2 Chris DiMarco 72-71-72—215 +2 Jonathan Kaye 72-70-73—215 +2 Jim Gallagher, Jr 74-70-72—216 +3 Mike Hulbert 77-67-72—216 +3 Bradley Hughes 72-70-74—216 +3 Tommy Tolles 74-70-73—217 +4 Cameron Beckman 71-72-74—217 +4 Pete Jordan 76-67-74—217 +4 Dicky Pride 71-71-75—217 +4 LPGA scores Safeway Classic Second Round Annika Sorenstam 69-62—131 Karen Stupples 68-66—134 Kate Golden 70-65—135 Penny Hammel 68-68—136 Rosle Jones 67-69—136 Heather Bowie 70-67—137 Jamie Hulled 69-68—137 Beth Bauer 69-69—138 Laura Davies 69-69—138 Kelly Robblns 68-70—138 Juli Inkster 67-71—138 Karrie Webb 67-71—138 Gristle Kerr 73-66—139 Chris Johnson 72-67—139 Natalia Gulbls 72-67—139 Patricia Meunier-Labouc 71-68—139 Dawn Coe-Jones 71-68—139 Joanne Mills 70-69—139 Michelle Ellis 70-69—139 Emilee Klein 69-70—139 Jenna Daniels 68-71—139 Kim Salki 72-68—140 Bart) Mucha 72-68—140 Laura Diaz 69-71—140 Donna Andrews 67-73—140 Kris Tschetter 72-69—141 Karen Pearce 72-69—141 Maggie Will 72-69—141 Becky Iverson 70-71—141 Moira Dunn 70-71—141 Liselotte Neumann 70-71—141 Aklko Fukushima 70-71—141 Gloria Park 69-72—141 Suzann Pettersen 69-72—141 Mlchele Redman 69-72—141 Tina Barrett 73-69—142 Rachel Teske 73-69—142 Vicki Goetze-Ackerman 73-69—142 Beth Bader 72-70—142 Hee-Won Han 72-70—142 Leta Llndley 71-71—142 Mi Hyun Kim 71-71—142 Dorothy Delasin 70-72—142 Fiona Pike .' 74-69—143 Sherri Steinhauer 74-69—143 Jeanne-Marie Busuttll 74-69—143 Jackie Gallagher-Smith 73-70—143 Nanci Bowen 73-70—143 Jean Bartholomew 73-70—143 A.J. Eathorne 73-70—143 Karine Icher 72-71—143 Shanl Waugh 72-71—143 Pamela Kerrigan 72-71—143 Nancy Harvey 71-72—143 ;Catriona, M,a(tljew ,,,., 71-72—143 :; -Jilh" ; McGiil .:.;...'......•..'...?..'..: 71-72—143 Tracy Hanson 71-72—143 Grace Park 70-73—143 Senior scores RJR Championship Second Round Bruce Fleisher .'.....60-64—124 -16 Hale Irwin 65-64—129 -11 Don Pooley 66-64—130 -10 Morris Hatalsky 69-63^—132 -8 Ed Dougherty 66-66—132 -8 Jim Thorpe 66-66—132 -8 . Larry Nelson 66-66—132 -8 Mike McCullough 63-69—132 -8 Jose Maria Canizares 68-65—133 -7 Doug Tewell 67-67—134 -6 Allen Doyle 66-68—134 -6 Graham Marsh 66-68—134 -6 Steven Veriato 66-68—134 -6 Gary McCord 69-66—135 -5 Isao Aoki 67-68—135 -5 Tom Purtzer 66-69—135 -5 Danny Edwards 70-66—136 -4 Hubert Green 69-67—136 -4 Wayne Levl 69-67—136 -4 Jim Hollgrieve 67-69—136 -4 Jack Spradlin 67-69—136 -4 Bobby Wadklns 72-65—137 -3 Mark Pfell 72-65—137 -3 Bruce Summerhays 71-66—137 -3 Bob Gilder 69-68—137 -3 Jim Dent 68-69—137 -3 Ban Crenshaw 68-69—137 -3 Rocky Thompson 67-70—137 -3 Sammy Rachels 72-66—138 -2 Fred Gibson 71-67—138 -2 Walter Hall 71-67—138 -2 Terry Dill 70-68—138 -2 Gil Morgan 69-69—138 -2 Dale Douglass 69-69—138 -2 Joe Inman 68-70—138 -2 Leonard Thompson 68-70—138 -2 Jerry McGee 68-70—138 -2 Vicente Fernandez 67-71—138 -2 Tom Kite 66-72—138 -2 Ted Goln ; 65-73—138 -2 Jim Colbert 71-68—139 -1 David Eger 70-69—139 -1 Walter Morgan 70-69—139 -1 Howard Twltty ; 66-73—139 -1 Mike Smith 71-69—140 E John Harris 70-70—140 E TV Calendar Today AUTO RACING Noon ABC — Formula One, Italian Grand Prix, al Monza, Italy (same-day tape) NBC — NASCAR, Winston Cup, New Hampshire 300, at Loudon, N.H. 2 p.m. ABC — IRL, Chevy 500, at Fort Worth, Texas 3:30 p.m. ESPN2 — NHRA, Lucas OH Nationals, at Reading, Pa. (same-day tape) GOLF 1 p.m. CNBC — Senior PGA Tour, RJR Championship, final round, at Clemmons, N.C. 3p.m. ESPN — PGA Tour, Pennsylvania Classic, final round, at Paoll, Pa. HORSE RACING 2p.m. ESPN — NTRA, thoroughbreds, Matron Stakes, at Elmont, N.Y. 3:30 p.m. CNBC — NTRA, thoroughbreds, The Futurity, at Elmont, N.Y. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 12:15 p.m. WGN — Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati 7p.m. ESPN2 — Texas at Anaheim NFL FOOTBALL Noon CBS — Doubleheader, regional coverage FOX — Regional coverage 3p.m. FOX — Regional coverage 3:15 p.m. CBS — Doublaheader game, regional coverage 7:30 p.m. ESPN — Oakland at Pittsburgh Monday MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6p.m. TBS — Atlanta at Florida NFL FOOTBALL . 8 p.m. ABC — Philadelphia at Washington FHSU: Demel, ; Broom lead way j *» • CONTINUED FROM PAGE Bl I think we did a nice job mixing t up the play calling in the second • half," O'Connor said. "We really ' utilized that." Demel and .Broom carried the load in the second half. Demel completed all eight of his passes • in the half for 100 yards. "That's what we knew we had to do," said Demel, who finished 14-of-17 passing for 153 yards and two TDs. "It was on my shoulders ' and Coach Boomer's (Brian Mar- , ing's) shoulders. We have great re- - ceivers, and we got confidence. I threw the ball well, and people " thought I couldn't throw that well." Broom rushed for a game-high ; 164 yards on 28 carries. He had 24 • yards rushing at halftime. "We mixed things up nicely," ; O'Connor said. "(Broom's) a pun- ; ishing runner. ... He sent a message for the game, and he pound- , ed the ball all night." Fort Hays will host Chadron State (Neb.) College Saturday for a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game at 2 p.m. at Lewis. Field Stadium. GAME NOTES: Freshman tight end Billy Finke caught his first TD pass of the season, a 9- " yarder from Demel in the first quarter. ... Moore had a 37-yard/ field goal in the second quarter to •'. give FHSU a 10-7 lead. ... Fresh- '.\ man strong safety Landon Johnson had 10 tackles (6 solo) for the Tigers. ... Junior receiver Andre Freeman finished with 103 yards.i. receiving on eight catches. ... v FHSU finished with 404 yards of : total offense, including 251 rushing. ... The Tigers held the ball for „ 38:01 of the game, well ahead of.: Washburn's 21:59. :« • Fort Hays 37, Washburn 29 • •••• • GAME IN FIGURES • WASHBURN FOHT HAYS First downs 16 24 Rushes-yards 27-111 58-251 .. Passing 17-28-0 14-17-0. Passing yards 203 153 Total plays-yards 55-314 75-404 Fumbles-lost 2-1 1-1 ,. Penalties-yards 4-35 6-45 . Punts-averaga 3-54.7 1-26.0 - • SCORING SUMMARY • Washburn (0-2) 7 7 0 15 — 29 Fort Hays (1-1) 7 3 6 21 —37 : First quarter ,, W.ashburn — Sissom 9 pass from Hickel (DeKosky kick). Fort Hays — Finke 9 pass from Demel ,' (Moore kick). Second quarter Fort Hays — Moore 37 field goal. j. Washburn — Benning 30 run (DeKosky kick). . Third quarter Fort Hays — Broom 2 run (kick failed). ' • Fourth quarter Fort Hays — Rebel 12 pass from Demel (Moore kick). Fort Hays — Broom 3 run (Moore kick). Washburn — Sissom 12 pass from Lehman (Lehman run). " Fort Hays — Broom 42 run (Moore kick). Washburn — Benning 36 pass from Hickel (DeKosky kick). • INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS • Rushing Washburn — Hickel 7-31, DeLeon 6-31, "• Benning 1-30, Lawrence 3-19, Humphrey 5-6, . ^ Zandavakili 3-2, Lehman 1-0, Corcoran 1-(-8). ^ Fort Hays — Broom 28-164, Demel 19-30, • Lewis 6-29, J. Johnson 3-16, Smith 2-12. Passing Washburn — Hickel, 16-27-0, 191 yards; '' Lehman, 1-1-0,12 yards. '' Fort Hays — Demel, 14-17-0,153 yards. , Receiving Washburn — Benning 4-79, Huelsman 3-40, • Sissom 3-25, Lehman 2-46, Humphrey 1-12, Barth 1-6, Miller 1-0, Hickel 1-(-2), Zandevakili 1(-3). Fort Hays — Freeman 8-103, Rebel 4-43, .' Finke 1-9, Galnes 1-(-2). Seminoles pound Terrapins, 37-10 COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Step One in Florida State's effort to regain the Atlantic Coast Conference championship is complete, Chris Rix threw two touchdowns passes and ran for another score as the fifth-ranked Seminoles took a 30-point halftime lead' and rolled past Maryland 37-10 Saturday night. After having their nine-year run as ACC champions halted by Maryland last season, the Seminoles (3-0, 2-0) re-established their superiority in authoritative fashion. "Even though they didn't beat us, they earned the ACC title and we want that back," Rix said. "Obviously we had to go through, them, being the defending champion. It's definitely a good feeling to get the win here." Turning three turnovers into touchdowns, Florida State went up 30-0 at halftime and improved. to 13-0 against Maryland (1-2,0-1). Since joining the ACC in 1992, the Seminoles have won 11 straight over the Terrapins by an average score of 50-15. Unlike last year, when the Seminoles fell behind 14-0 and needed a late surge to beat the Terrapins, this one was decided when Florida State scored 24 points in the second quarter. Rix followed a Terrapins fumble with a 19-yard touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin to make it 13-0. The quarterback also scored from the 1 after a Florida State interception, and 31 seconds later Rix hit Talman Gardner with a 56- yard touchdown pass following a Maryland fumble, "It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that you can't turn the ball over against Florida State and expect to win," Terrapins coach Ralph Friedgen said. .n.

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