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B2 WEDNESDAY • SEPTEMBER 18,2002 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS SPORTS SCOREBOARD Tennis 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 •Today 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 (Iresh.) at Norton, 3:30 p.m. •TMP« Cross Country (V) at WaKeeney-Trego Invitational, 5 p.m. Football (Iresh.) vs. Scott City at TMP field, 4:30 p.m. • Felten Middle School • Football vs. Scott City at Felten Held, 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 Larned, 7:30 p.m. • Saturday the 21 st • • Fort Hays • Football vs. Chadron Slate 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 Salina Central Invitational, 9 a.m. •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 W L Pet GB New York 94 56 .627 — Boston 86 65 .570 8 'A Toronto 69 82 .457 25 '/> Baltimore 67 83 .447 27 Tampa Bay 50 100 .333 44 Central Division W L Pet GB x-Minnesota 88 63 .583 — Chicago 75 76 .497 13 Cleveland 67 85 .441 21'/ 2 Kansas City 58 93 .384 30 Detroit 54 97 .358 34 West Division W L Pet GB Anaheim 95 56 .629 — Oakland 94 57 .623 1 Seattle 87 64 .576 8 Texas 69 82 .457 26 x-cl!nched division Tuesday's results Boston 4, Cleveland 2 Baltimore 10, Toronto 4 Minnesota 7, Detroit 4 Tampa Bay 9, N.Y. Yankees 7 Chicago White Sox 6, Kansas City 1 Seattle 3, Texas 2 (10 innings) Anaheim 1, Oakland 0 (10 innings) Today's games Cleveland (Drese 9-9) at Boston (Possum 44), 6:05 p.m. Minnesota (Mays 3-7) at Detroit (Sparks 815), 6:05 p.m. Toronto (Halladay 16-7) at Baltimore (Douglass 0-3), 6:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (D.Wells 17-7) at Tampa Bay (V.Zambrano 6-7), 6:15 p.m. Kansas City (Suppan 8-15) at Chicago White Sox (Garland 11-11), 7:05 p.m. Texas (Benoit 3-4) at Seattle (Valdes 8-11), 9:05 p.m. Anaheim (Callaway 0-1) at Oakland (Zito 215), 9:05 p.m. Thursday's games Anaheim (Appier 14-10) at Oakland (Hudson 14-9), 2:35 p.m. Minnesota (Milton 13-9) at Detroit (Cornejo 14), 6:05 p.m. Toronto (Hendrickson 1-0) at Baltimore (Lopez 15-7), 6:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Mussina 16-10) at Tampa Bay (Brazelton 0-1), 6:15 p.m. Kansas City (Byrd 16-11) at Chicago White Sox (Biddle 2-3), 7:05 p.m. Texas (Reyes 4-2) at Seattle (Moyer 13-8), 9:05 p.m. National League East Division W L Pet GB x-Atlanta 95 54 .638 — Montreal 75 76 .497 21 Philadelphia 74 77 .490 22 Florida 73 78 .483 23 New York 71 79 .473 24 Vi Central Division W L Pet GB St. Louis 87 63 .580 — Houston 80 71 .530 7V4 Cincinnati 74 77 .490 13% Pittsburgh 66 85 .437 21% Chicago ' 64 87 .424 23% Milwaukee 53 97 .353' 34 West Division W L Pet GB Arizona 92 58 .613 — San Francisco 86 65 .570 6'/2 Los Angeles 85 66 .563 7% Colorado 69 82 .457 23% San Diego 64 87 .424 28% x-cllnched division Tuesday's results Montreal 8, Florida 5 (14 Innings) Pittsburgh 11, Cincinnati 3 N.Y. Mets 3, Chicago Cubs 1 Atlanta 2, Philadelphia 1 Milwaukee 5, Houston 4 St. Louis 11, Colorado 4 San Diego 3, Arizona 2 San Francisco 6, Los Angeles 4 Today's games Montreal (Ohka 13-8) at Florida (Pavano 510), 6:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Haynes 14-9) at Pittsburgh (Fogg 12-11), 6:05 p.m. Philadelphia (B.Myers 4-4) at Atlanta (Marquis 8-9), 6:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Wood 11-9) at N.Y. Mets (Trachsel 9-11), 6:10 p.m. Houston (C.Hernandez 7-5) at Milwaukee (Rusch 10-13), 7:05 p.m. St. Louis (Finley 5-4) at Colorado (Stark 103), 8:05 p.m. Arizona (Helling 8-11) at San Diego (Ol.Perez 3-3), 9:05 p.m. San Francisco (Ortiz 12-10) at Los Angeles (Beirne 1-0), 9:10 p.m. Thursday's games Houston (Oswalt 19-6) at Milwaukee (Franklin 0-1). 1:05 p.m. St. Louis (Slmontacchi 10-5) at Colorado (Jennings 16-7), 2:05 p.m. Arizona (Johnson 22-5) at San Diego (Lawrence 12-11), 4:05 p.m. Montreal (Colon 9-3) at Florida (Beckett 5-7), 6:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Dempster 9-13) at Pittsburgh (Meadows 1-6), 6:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Clement 12-10) at N.Y. Mets (Middlebrook 2-3), 6:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Roa 4-3) at Atlanta (Glavine 1710), 6:35 p.m. San Francisco (L.Hernandez 11-15) at Los Angeles (Od.Perez 14-9). 9:10 p.m. Wild Card standings American League w L Pet GB •Anaheim 95 56 .629 — Oakland 94 57 .623 1 x-Leads AL West Tuesday's result Anaheim 1, Oakland 0 (10 Innings) National League W L Pet GB San Francisco 86 65 .570 — Los Angeles 85 66 .563 1 Houston 80 71 .530 6 Tuesday's results Milwaukee 5. Houston 4 San Francisco 6, Los Angeles 4 Major league boxscore American League • White Sox 6, Royals 1 • KANSAS CITY CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl Berroa ss 3000 DJmnz 2b 4010 Beltran cf 4000 Vlentin ss 4000 MiSwy 1b 4121 Thmas dh 3311 Randa 3b 4010 Ordnez ri 5122 Berger rf 3 0 0 0 Lee If 4110 DBrwn ph 1010 Brchrd If 1000 Pellow dh 4000 Liefer 1b 4021 Tucker If 4010 Rwand cf 3010 NPerez 2b 3 0 1 0 Crede 3b 4020 Mayne c 1000 MLJhn c 2112 Hlnch c 2010 Totals 33 1 7 1 Totals 34 611 6 Kansas City 000 100 000 — 1 Chicago 000 110 22x — 6 E — NPerez (20), Crede (B). DP — Chicago 1. LOB — Kansas City 6, Chicago 11. 2B —Randa (35), Ordonez (45), Liefer (5). HR — MIS- weeney (24), Thomas (25), Ordonez (33), MLJohnson (4). SB — Thomas (3). CS — Tucker (8). S — MLJohnson. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Asenclo L.3-7 5 52141 Sedlacek 2 42201 KWilson 1 22211 Chicago Buehrle W,18-11 7 61113 Foulke S.10 2 10001 HBP — by Sedlacek (Rowand). Balk — Buehrle. Umpires — Home, Jerry Crawford; First, Lance Barksdale; Second, Phil Cuzzi; Third, Matt Hollowell. T— 2:31. A— 12,003(44,321). Major league linescores American League • Red Sox 4, Indians 2 • Cleveland 000000011—2 6 1 Boston 010 200 01 x —4 8 0 Sabathia and Bard; Wakefield, Urbina (9) and Mirabelli. W — Wakefield 11-5. L — Sabathia 11-11. Sv — Urbina (36). HRs — Cleveland, Thome (46). Boston, MRamirez (33). • Twins 7, Tigers 4 • Minnesota 200 020 210 — 7 16 0 Detroit 000 003 100 — 4 13 0 Radke, Fiore (7), Romero (8), Guardado (9) and Pierzynski; Loux, Eckenstahler (7), JFarnsworth (8), Rodney (9) and Inge. W — Radke 9-4. L — Loux 0-2. Sv — Guardado (42). HRs — Minnesota, JJones (27). Detroit, Bocachlca (4). • Orioles 10, Blue Jays 4 • Toronto 210000100— 4 8 1 Baltimore 032 130 10x — 10 11 1 JMiller, Thurman (3), Kershner (5), MiSmith (5), Cassidy (8) and Huckaby, Cash (7); Stephens, BRyan (7), Brock (9) and GGil. W — Stephens 2-4. L — JMiller 7-5. HRs — Toronto, ShStewarl (9). Baltimore. Singleton 2 (9), TBatista (31), Gibbons (25), Cordova (18). • Devil Rays 9, Yankees 7 • New York 004 100 200 — 7 12 2 Tampa Bay 001 030 14x — 9 16 0 OHernandez, Stanton (7), Mendoza (7), Karsay (8) and Posada; PWilson, LCarter (7) and Flaherty. W — LCarter 1-0. L — Mendoza 8-4. HRs — New York, ASoriano (39). Tampa Bay, Winn (11). • Angels 1, Athletics 0* (10 Innings) Anaheim 000 000 000 1 — 1 7 0 Oakland 000 000 000 0 — 0 3 1 Washburn, Weber (9), Percival (10) and BMolina; Mulder, Koch (10) and RaHernandez. W — Weber 7-2. L — Koch 10-4. Sv — Percival (40). HR — Anaheim, Salmon (20). • Mariners 3, Rangers 2 • (10 innings) Texas 000 002 000 0 — 2 3 1 Seattle 100 010 000 1—3 7 0 Park, JPowell (9), RRodriguez (9), Seanez (10), Nitkowski (10) and IRodriguez; RFranklin, Rhodes (9) and DWilson, BDavis (9). W — Rhodes 9-4. L — RRodriguez 3-2. National League • Mets 3, Cubs 1 • Chicago 000 100 000 — 1 4 1 New York 001 000 002 — 3 7 2 AlBenes, JuCruz (8) and Girardi; Leiler, Weathers (9) and Piazza, VWilson (9). W — Weathers 6-3. L — JuCruz 2-11. HRs — Chicago, SSosa (47). New York, Burnilz (19). • Pirates 11, Reds 3 • Cincinnati 020 100 000—3 7 5 Pittsburgh 000 320 06x — 11 9 0 Moehler, Reitsma (4), Hamilton (6), BChen (8), JSilva (8), Sullivan (8) and LaRue; Benson/ AReyes (6), Sauerbeck (7), Boehringer (8), Beimel (9), Sanchez (9) and Kendall. W — Benson 8-6. L — Reitsma 6-12. HRs — Cincinnati, Branyan (13), LaRue (12). • Braves 2, Phillies 1 • Philadelphia 000000100 — 1 5 0 Atlanta 000011 OOx — 210 0 Padilla, Timlin (8) and Lieberthal; Maddux, CHammond (8), Smoltz (8) and Blanco. W — Maddux 14-6. L — Padilla 14-11. Sv — Smoltz (52). • Brewers 5, Astros 4 • Houston 000100021—4 9 2 Milwaukee 110 003 OOx —5 7 0 Saarloos, Robertson (6), Puffer (6), Dotel (8) and Ausmus; BSheets, LVizcaino (9) and Fabregas. W — BSheets 10-16. L — Saarloos 6-6. Sv — LVizcaino (5). HRs — Houston, Biggio(15), Ward (10). • Expos 8, Marlins 5 • (14 Innings) Montreal ..001 001 020 000 04 —8 16 1 Florida 000 004 000 000 01 —5 11 1 SKIm, Day (6), DSmilh (8), Reames (11), ScSlewarl (13) and Schneider; Tavarez, Burnett (7), Almanza (8), Looper (9), VNunez (10), Tejera (11), Lloyd (14), Borland (14) and CJohnson, Redmond (7), RCastro (14). W — ScStewart 4-2. L — Lloyd 4-5. HRs •— Montreal, Vidro (19). Florida, PrWilson (23). • Cardinals 11, Rockies 4 • St. Louis 301 000 070 — 11 17 1 Colorado 100000300— 471 CFinley, Fassero (7), Kline (8), RlWhlte (8), Crudale (9) and Matheny; Cook, Fuenles (5), VSantos (6), Mercker (8), SLowe (8), RFIores (9) and SAIomar. W — Fassero 8-6. L — Mercker 3-1. HRs — SI. Louis, Rolen (25), TMartinez(19). • Padres 3, Diamondbacks 2 • Arizona 000 100 010 — 2 4 1 San Diego 300 000 OOx — 3 5 0 MBalista, Swindell (8) and Barajas; Eaton, Holtz (8), Villatuerte (8), Hoffman (9) and WGonzalez. W — Eaton 1-1. L — MBatista 79. Sv — Hoffman (38). HR — Arizona, LGon- zalez (27). • Giants 6, Dodgers 4 • San Francisco ....140000001—611 2 Los Angeles 110011 000 — 410 0 Rueter, Wilaslck (6), FRodriguez (7), Eyre (8), Worrell (8), Nen (9) and BSantlago; Daal, Carrara (2), Mota (6), Quantrill (8), Gagne (9) and Lo Duca, Kreuter (9). W — Rueler 13-8. L — Daal 11-9. Sv — Nen (39). HR — Los Angeles, Grissom (16). Prep meets • Phillipsburg Invitational • • Team standings • Norton 23, Phillipsburg 22, Concordia 12, Belleville 3. • Singles • No. 1 — 1. Angela Henderson, Norton, 3-0; 2. Shannon Ellenberger, Phillipsburg, 2-1; 3. Jubilee Paige, Belleville, 1-2; Lori LeDue, Concordia, 0-3. No. 2 — Chrsltlne MerWen, Phillipsburg, 3-0; 2. Patricia Hagman, Norton, 2-1; 3. Amy Mick, Cocor- dia, 1-2; 4. Sarah Splichal, Belleville, 0-3. • Doubles • No. 1 — 1. Mitchell and Welsner, Concordia, 21; 2. Cunningham and Riffel, Phillipsburg, 2-1; 3. Kaus and Norman, Norton, 2-1; 4. Kallman and Freeman, Belleville, 0-3. * No. 2 — 1. Bowman and Taylor, Phillipsburg, 2-1; 2. Streck and Shelby, Norton, 2-1; 3. Slcard and Jackson, Concordia, 2-1; 4. Paige and Stand, Belleville, 0-3. Football NFL standings American Conference East W L T Pet Miami 200 1.000 New England 200 1.000 Buffalo 1 1 0 .500 N.Y. Jets 1 1 0 .500 South W L T Pet Houston 1 1 0 .500 Indianapolis . 110 .500 Jacksonville 1 1 0 .500 Tennessee 1 1 0 .500 North W L T Pet Cleveland 1 1 0 .500 Baltimore 020 .000 Cincinnati 020 .000 Pittsburgh 020 .000 West W L T Pet Denver 200 1.000 Oakland 200 1.000 San Diego 200 1.000 Kansas City 1 1 0 .500 56 62 National Conference East W L T Pet PF PA Dallas 1 1 0 .500 31 32 N.Y. Giants 1 1 0 .500 39 37 Philadelphia 1 1 0 .500 61 34 Washington 1 1 0 .500 38 60 South W L T Pet PF PA Carolina 200 1.000 41 14 New Orleans 200 1.000 61 40 Tampa Bay 110 .500 45 26 Atlanta 020 .000 47 51 North W L T Pet PF PA Chicago 200 1.000 41 36 Green Bay 110 .500 57 69 Detroit 020 .000 28 80 Minnesota 020 .000 62 72 West W L T Pet PF PA Arizona 1 1 0 .500 47 44 San Francisco 1 1 0 .500 30 37 Seattle 020 .000 30 55 St. Louis 020 .000 37 49 Sunday's results Chicago 14, Atlanta 13 Miami 21, Indianapolis 13 Dallas 21, Tennessee 13 Carolina31, Detroit? New England 44, N.Y. Jets 7 New Orleans 35, Green Bay 20 Cleveland 20, Cincinnati 7 Jacksonville 23, Kansas City 16 Tampa Bay 25, Baltimore 0 Arizona 24, Seattle 13 N.Y. Giants 26, St. Louis 21 San Diego 24, Houston 3 Buffalo 45, Minnesota 39 (OT) Denver 24, San Francisco 14 Oakland 30, Pittsburgh 17 Monday's result ' Philadelphia 37, Washington 7;;, .,,,:. Sunday's games N.Y. Jets at Miami, noon Cleveland at Tennessee, noon New Orleans at Chicago, noon Dallas at Philadelphia, noon Indianapolis at Houston, noon Kansas City at New England, noon Carolina at Minnesota, noon Buffalo at Denver, 3:05 p.m. San Diego at Arizona, 3:05 p.m. Green Bay at Detroit, 3:15 p.m. Seattle at N.Y. Giants, 3:15 p.m. Washington at San Francisco, 3:15 p.m. Cincinnati at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Open: Pittsburgh, Oakland, Jacksonville, Baltimore Monday's game St. Louis at Tampa Bay, B p.m. NFL leaders AFC Quarterbacks Att Com Yds TD Int Fiedler, Mia. 45 31 394 5 1 Holcomb, Cle. 69 44 524 5 0 Brady, N.E. 78 54 563 5 1 Testaverde, NY-J 53 39 360 3 1 Brunell, Jac. 72 47 548 4 1 Bledsoe, But. 88 61 734 4 2 Griese. Den. 46 32 321 4 2 Brees, S.D. 47 30 323 3 1 McNair, Ten. 72 44 495 3 2 Gannon, Oak. 92 62 617 3 3 Rushers Att Yds Avg R. Williams, Mia. 44 243 5.5 E. James, Ind. Holmes, K.C. Tomlinson, S.D. Taylor, Jac. Garner, Oak. Henry, Bui. A. Smith, N.E. Dillon, Cin. J. Lewis, Bal. P. Price, Buf. Moulds, Buf. Ward, Pit. Harrison, Ind. Brown, N.E. Mason, Ten. J. Smith, Jac. Rice, Oak. K. Jhnsn, Cle. Morgan, Cle. Reed, Buf. Brown, Oak. Dillon, Cin. Holmes, K.C. Hentrich, Ten. Royals, .Mia. H. Smith, Ind. Hanson, Jac. Moorman, Buf. Gardockl, Cle. Turk, NY-J Rouen, Den. Miller, Pit. Stemke, Oak. 56 237 4.2 44 206 4.7 48 198 4.1 44 197 4.5 21 183 8.7 43 179 4.2 32 126 3.9 31 118 3.8 34 117 3.4 Receivers No Yds Avg 20 265 13.3 16 198 12.4 15 182 12.1 15 178 11.9 15 116 7.7 14 227 16.2 13 187 14.4 13 119 9.2 12 146 12,2 11 193 17.5 11 143 13.0 11 110 10.0 11 89 8.1 11 51 4.6 Punters No Yds 8 388 9 428 5 231 7 318 6 267 7 309 10 434 7 302 11 473 5 212 LG TD 37 2 13 0 261 4 17 1 631 2 361 2 17 3 25 0 14 0 18 0 LG TD 481 2 52 1 341 3 33 2 26 0 40 0 371 1 18 0 25 1 44t 2 28 1 20 1 14 0 14 0 LG Avg 56 48.5 56 47.6 65 46.2 64 45.4 64 44.5 49 44.1 62 43.4 63 43.1 54 . 43.0 56 42.4 Becht,. NY-J E. George, Ten. 11 tied Vlnatleri, N.E. P. Dawson, Cle. Hollis, But. Andersen, K.C. Janlkowskl, Oak. Elam, Den. Christie, S.D. Nedney, Ten. Hall, NY-J Vanderjagl, Ind. 2 0 2 1 Kicking PAT 8- 8 5- 5 7- 7 5- 5 7- 7 5- 5 7- 7 2- 2 3- 3 5- 5 2 1 FG 6- 6 6- 6 5- 7 5- 5 4- 5 4- 4 3- 3 4- 4 3- 4 2- 3 0 0 LG 45 52 54 39 45 41 36 52 45 25 14 14 12 Pts 26 23 22 20 19 17 16 14 12 11 NFC Quarterbacks Alt Com Yds TD Int Peete, Car. 51 33 446 2 0 Hasselbeck, Sea. 32 23 155 2 0 Favre, G.B. 80 54 554 4 1 Vlck, All. 51 32 375 2 0 Dlller, Sea. 47 29 352 1 0 McNabb, Phi. 74 44 504 5 2 B. Johnson, T.B. 83 52 489 2 0 Culpepper, Mln. 73 41 515 4 2 Miller, Chi. 57 32 440 3 2 Garcia, S.F. 62 43 371 2 2 Rushers PF 70 74 76 44 PF 22 41 48 40 PF 59 7 13 31 PF 47 61 58 PA 34 21 76 75 PA 34 46 44 45 PA 47 35 54 60 PA 30 34 9 A. Green, G.B. McAllister, N.O. T. Jones, Ariz Davis, Was. Att Yds Avg 44 236 5.4 52 232 4.5 M. Williams, Mln. L. Smith, Car. Thomas, Chi. Vick, All. Smith, Dal. Barber, NY-G 41 38 24 44 45 19 35 34 227 5.5 157 4.1 150 6.3 144 3.3 129 2.9 128 6.7 126 3.6 109 3.2 LG 38 62 581 12 23 13 11 18 22 16 TD 0 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 Receivers Faulk, St.L Moss, Mln. Horn, N.O. Booker, Chi. Toomer, NY-G Jackson, Sea. Bruce, St.L Davis, Was. Slaley, Phi. A. Green, G.B. Alexander, Sea. No 21 17 14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 Yds Avg 127 6.0 169 9.9 228 246 226 181 139 69 104 95 16.3 18.9 17.4 13.9 10.7 5.3 8.7 7.9 LG 14 33t 40 54 32 48 27 9 22 19 82 6.8 111 TD 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Hutchlnson. 2-0. 3, lie. Derby. 2-0. 5. Lawrence, Others rated: Olathe East, 2-0; Maize, 1-0; Junction City, 1-0; Lawrence-Free State, 2-0. Class 5A 1 Liberal 2-0. 2. St. Thomas Aquinas, 2-0.3. Sallna Central, 1-1. 4. Bishop-Carroll, 2-0. 5. Sallna South, 1-1. Others rated; Valley Center, 2-0; Bishop- Mlege, 1-0. Class 4A 1. Wellington, 2-0.2. Topeka Hayden, 2-0.3. Fort Scotl, 2-0. 4. Sabetha, 2-0. 5. Holton, 2-0. Others rated: Eudora, 2-0; Clay Center, 2-0. Class 3A 1. Conway Springs, 2-0. 2. Silver Lake, 2-0. 3, tie. Neodesha, 2-0. 3, tie. Norton, 2-0. 5. Hesston, 1-1. Others rated: Belolt, 2-0. Class 2-1A 1. Pittsburg Colgan, 2-0. 2. Clallln, 2-0. 3. Atwood, 2-0. 4. Salina Sacred Heart, 2-0. 5. Garden Plain, 2-0. Others rated: Ell-Saline, 2-0. Eight-Man I 1. Jetmore, 2-0. 2. St. Paul, 2-0. 3. Little River, 2-0. 4. Tribune, 2-0. 5. Pike Valley, 2-0. Others rated: South Barber, 2-0; Victoria, 2-0. Eight-Man II 1. Hanston, 2-0. 2. Sylvan Grove, 2-0. 3. Bern, 2-0. 4. Burrton, 2-0. 5. Cedar Vale, 2-0. Others rated: Axtell, 2-0; Ingalls, 2-0. Punters Punt returners Northcutt, Cle. Johnson, Mia. J. Lewis, Hou. Brown, N.E. Buchanon, Oak. Rogers, Buf. Walters, Ind. Randle El, Pit. McAlister, Bal. Mason, Ten. No 3 3 9 4 4 3 5 4 4 3 Yds 43 35 ,100 39 39 28 43 26 23 16 Avg 14.3 11.7 11.1 9.8 9.8 9.3 8.6 6.5 5.8 5.3 LG 23 13 48 12 22 16 15 14 10 . 11 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • o Klckofl returners No Yds Avg LG TO Morton, NY-J 13 449 34.5 981 2 Kirby. Oak. 5 169 33.8 961 1 Handle El, Pit. 3 77 25.7 31 0 Johnson, Mia. 5 125 25.0 35 0 Hall, K.C. 9 223 24.8 46 0 Mays, Pit. 7 172 24.6 35 0 Rogers, Bui. 14 338 24.1 901 1 Branch, N.E. 3 68 22.7 29 0 King, Cle. 5 107 21.4 27 0 Simon, Ten. 6 122 20.3 23 0 Scoring touchdowns TD Rush Rec Ret Pts Holmes, K.C. 4 4 0 0 24 Conway, S.O. 3 1 2 0 18 Garner, Oak. 3, 2 1 0 18 Henry, Bui. 3; 3 0 0 18 Ward, Pit. 3 0 3 0 18 R. Williams, Mia. 3 2 1 0 18 Bidwell, G.B. Jett, Del. Tupa, T.B. Sauerbrun, Car. Barker, Was. Landela, Phi. Player, Ariz Mohr, All. Richardson, Min. Berger, St.L No Yds LG Avg 6 285 57 47.5 17 794 56 46.7 13 601 56 46.2 15 691 64 46.1 10 451 63 45.1 441 53 44.1 477 52 43.4 345 59 43.1 256 51 42.7 295 49 42.1 10 11 8 6 7 Punt returners J. Green, Was. B. Mitchell, Phi. Lewis, N.O. Willlarrrs, T.B. L. Johnsn, Chi. D. Hward, Del. T. Wllklns, St.L Galloway, Dal. Engram, Sea. Jackson, Ariz No 4 5 7 7 4 4 5 5 3 5 Yds 116 86 92 91 48 33 40 26 15 22 Avg 29.0 17.2 13.1 13.0 12.0 8.3 8.0 5.2 5.0 4.4 LG got 49 18 set 23 13 20 21 9 11 TD 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Klckorf returners Jervey, All. Jenkins, Ariz T. Wilkins, St.L Morris, Sea. Sleeker, T.B. Rossum, All. B. Mitchell, Phi. Watson, Was. M. Williams, Min. Abdullah, Chi. No 3 6 6 6 5 6 5 5 3 3 Yds 122 204 169 168 140 156 122 122 71 70 Avg 40.7 34.0 28.2 28.0 28.0 26.0 24.4 24.4 23.7 23.3 LG 67 951 33 66 37 43 29 28 27 27 TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Scoring touchdowns TD Rush Rec Ret Pts Dunn, All. 3' 2 1 018 Faulk, St.L 3 3 0 0 18 Culpepper, Mln. 2 2 0 0 12 McAllister, N.O. 2 2 0 0 12 McMahon, Del. 2 2 0 0 12 Mill, Sea. 2 0 2 0 12 Moss, Min. 2 0 2 0 12 L. Smith, Car. 2 2 0 0 12 Stallworth, N.O. 2 0 2 0 12 Terrell, Chi. 2 0 2 0 12 Thomas, Chi. 2 2 0 0 12 Thrash, Phi. 2 0 2 0 12 Bryant, NY-G Longwell, G.B. Brien, Mln. Akers, Phi. Gramalica, T.B. Feely, All. Gramatlca, Ariz Carney, N.O. J. Wilkins, St.L Cortez, S.F. Lindell, Sea. Kicking PAT 3- 3 6- 6 5- 7 7- 7 4- 4 5- 5 5- 5 7- 7 4- 4 3- 3 3- 3 FG 6- 6 5- 6 5- 6 4- 4 5- 7 4- 6 4- 5 2- 3 3- 5 3- 5 3- 4 LG 34 42 42 47 52 52 39 41 43 36 46 Pts 21 21 20 19 19 17 17 13 13 12 12 College standings Big 12 North Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Iowa Slate t 0 45 3 3 1 170 78 Kansas Slate 0000 3 0 179 16 Nebraska 0000 3 I 130 79 Missouri 0000 2 I 102 77 Colorado 0000 1 2 51 73 Kansas 0 t 3 45 t 2 67 100 South Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Oklahoma 0000 3 0 142 27 Texas 0000 2 0 79 21 Texas MM 0000 2 0 45 19 TexasTech 0000 2 1 87 87 Baylor 0000 1 2 72 105 OMahomaSt. 0000 1 2 105 8? Saturday's results • Kansas Stale 63, E. Illinois 13 Southern Cal 40, Colorado 3 Texas Tech 42, Mississippi 28 Iowa State 36, Iowa 31 Bowling Green 51, Missouri 28 Oklahoma 68, UTEP 0 UCLA 38, Oklahoma State 24 Kansas 44, SW Missouri State 24 Penn Slate 40, Nebraska 7 New Mexico 23, Baylor 0 Texas 52, North Carolina 21 Saturday's games North Carolina State at Texas Tech, 11:30 a.m. Colorado at UCLA, 2:30 p.m. Virginia Tech at Texas A&M. 2:30 p.m. Houston at Texas, 6 p.m. Tulsa at Baylor, 6 p.m. Troy St. at Iowa State, 6 p.m. SMU at Oklahoma State, 6 p.m. Bowling Green at Kansas, 6 p.m. Southern Cal at Kansas State, 6 p.m. (TBS) • Rocky Mountain Athletic Conf. • League Overall W L W L Nebraska-Kearney 00 20 Colorado Mines 00 20 Chadron State (Neb.) 00 11 Fort Hays 00 11 Adams State (Colo.) 00 12 Western Slate (Colo.) 00 02 N.M. Highlands 00 02 Fort Lewis (Colo.) 00 02 Mesa State (Colo.) 00 03 Schedule Saturday's games — Chadron State at Fort Hays, Adams State at Fort Lewis, Colorado Mines at Western New Mexico, Western State at Nebraska-Kearney, Mesa State at New Mexico Highlands. • RMAC Players of the Week • Offense — Fort Hays senlqr tailback Jason Broom helped the Tigers grab a 37-29 win over Washbum by rushing for a season-high 164 yards on 28 carries and scoring three touchdowns. He rushed for 120 yards In the second half. Defense — Chadron State Junior linebacker Amos Davis helped the Eagles hold South Dakota State to only 20 yards rushing while finishing with eight solo tackles, one assisted tackle and two tackles for loss. He also had a sack. Special teams — Adams State freshman punter Jeff Williams averaged 49.8 yards on eight punts against Montana Stale. He had a long punl of 77 yards and pinned two Inside the 20-yard line. It was the second time this season he has earned the honor. Williams has five punts of 60 or more yards and entered the weekend leading the nation in punting. Prep rankings AP consensus Class 6A 1. OJathe North, 2-0.2. Manhattan, 2-0.3, tie. Volleyball College standings • Rocky Mountain Athletic Conf. • East League Overall W L W L Nebraska-Kearney 30 11 1 Metro State (Colo.) 20 74 Fort Hays 21 83 Regis (Colo.) 11 64 Chadron State (Neb.) 02 37 Colo. Christian 02 0 10 Colorado Mines 02 0 10 West League Overall W L W L Mesa State (Colo.) 30 65 So. Colorado 20 46 Western State (Colo.) 21 29 CU-Colo. Springs 11 46 Fort Lewis (Colo.) 02 37 Adams State (Colo.) 02 28 N.M. Highlands 02 17 Schedule Tuesday's results — Nebraska-Kearney def. Fort Hays, 3-1; Northern Colorado del. Colorado Christian, 3-0; Mesa State def. Western State, 3-1; Eastern New Mexico at New Mexico Highlands, (n). Friday's matches — Adams State at Colorado Springs, Colorado Christian at Chadron State, Metro State at Colorado Mines, Fort Lewis at New Mexico Highlands, Mesa State at South- em Colorado, Regis at Nebraska-Kearney. Saturday's matches — Regis at Fort Hays, Fort Lewis at Colorado Springs, Metro State at Chadron State, Colorado Christian at Colorado Mines, Adams State at New Mexico Highlands, Western State at Southern Colorado. • RMAC Players of the Week • East — Nebraska-Kearney freshman middle blocker Erin Gudmundson averaged 4.00 kills and 1.45 blocks for the week. West — Southern Colorado freshman outside hitter Meagan Sater led the Thunderwolves to two RMAC wins. She averaged 3.75 kills and 3.13 digs per game during the week. College meets • Fort Hays vs. Nebraska-Kearney • • Match scores • University of Nebraska-Kearney def. Fort Hays State University, 30-17, 30-25, 22-30, 30-24. • Fort Hays leaders • Hitting — Logan, 35-43, 25 kills; Zoglman, 18-21, 11 kills; Mustacchio, 16-17, 6 kills. Setting — Eichner, 43 assists. Blocks — Logan, 2 solo, 2 assists; Zoglman, 5 assists; Schauer, 3 assists. Service aces — Schauer 2, MustaccWo 1. Digs — Schauer 13, Eichner 13, Skldmore 11, Logan 10. Prep meets • • Hays High Triangular • • Match scores • Hays High def. Great Bend, 15-13,15-10; Great Bend def. McPherson, 16-14, 15-12; McPherson def. Hays High, 15-11,4-15,13-15. • Head-to-head results • Mcpherson 2-0, Hays High 1-1, Great Bend 0-2. • Hays High leaders • Hitting — Meagher, 12 kills; Jackson, 10 kills. Digs — Schippers, 6. Blocks — Schippers, 5 solo; Randa, 5 solo; Jackson, 5 solo. Assists — Nehls, 30; Hoffman, 29. • Ellis vs. Victoria • • Match scores • Victoria def. Ellis, 15-3, 15-10; Victoria def. Ellis 7-15,15-6,15-3. • Head-to-head results • Victoria 2-0, Ellis 0-2. • Match leaders • Hitting — Ashley Drelling, Victoria, 13 kills; Jeanie Lapka, Victoria, 11 kills; Wendy Hoffman, Victoria, 9 kills; Jessica Kuhn, Victoria, 9 kills; Kelli Madorin, Ellis, 7 kills. Digs — Sondra LaBrage, 11; Lindsay Gaschler, 8. Blocks — Jeanie Lapka, Victoria, B; Jessica Kuhn, Victoria, 4. Serving — Wendy Hoffman, Victoria, 5 aces; Christy Walker, Ellis, 3 aces; Jeanie Lapka, Victoria, 3 aces; Assists — Chrsity Walker, Ellis, 28; Wendy Hoffman, Victoria, 25; Chelsey Dreiling, Victoria, 16. • Osborne Triangular • • Match scores • Osbome def. WaKeeney-Trego, 15-13, 15-8; WaKeeney-Trego def. Plainville. 2-15, 15-2, 15-8; Osbome def. Plainville, 15-6,15-9. • Head-to-head results • Osbome 2-0, trego 1-1, Plainville 0-2. • Smith Center vs. Norton • * • Match scores* Smith Center (7-0) def. Norton 15-5,15-4; Smith Center def. Norton 15-10,15-4. • Head-to-head results • Smith Center 2-0, Noron 0-2. • La Crosse Triangular • • Match scores* La Crosse def. Heary, 15-9, 15-3; Jetmore dif. Healy 15-8,15-5; Jetmore def. La Crosse, 15-12, tgi 15,18-16. • Head-to-heod results* Jetmore 2-0, La Crosse 1 -1, Healy 0-2. • Oberlin Quadrangular • • Match scores • Oberlin def. Oakley, 15-5,15*; Hill CHy def. Oakley 15-11,15-12; Duridy Co., Neb. def. Oberlin, 1510,15-4; Dundy Co. vs. Hill City, 15-8,15-1; Oberlin def. Hill City, 15-7,15-7. • Head-to-head results' Dundy Co. 2-0, Oberlin 2-1, Hill City 1-2, Oakley 0-2. • —Oakley did not play Dundy Co. • Phillipsburg Triangular • • Phillipsburg match scores • Logan def. Phillipsburg, 15-12,15-7; Phillipsburg def. Stockton, 15-t, 15-10. • Head-to-head results • Phillipsburg 2-0. ' • • Wheatland Triangular • • Match scores • ' Bazine-Ransom def. Gralnfleld-Wheatland, 1511, 15-6; Dighton del Bazine-Ransom, 15-12,15$' Dlghton def. Wheatland, 15-12,16-14. • Head-to-head results • Dlghton 2-0, Bazine-Ransom 1-1, Wheatland 0; 2. Local Results Junior varsity tennis • Russell JV Invitational • • Team standings • Hays High, 24; Bushton-Qulvlra Heights, 18; Osbome, 18; Ellsworth, 11; Russell, 11; Beloit, 6; Hoislnglon, 0. • Singles • Jodl Mermls, 2nd place — def. Christ Beisner, Osborne, 8-6; def. Tally Kayser, Ellsworth, 80; lost to Cinnamon West, Qulvlra Heights, 8-2. Laura Dare, 1st place — def. Sorell, Belolt, 8-2; def. Emerson, Osbome, 8-4; def. Ryan, Russell, 8-6. • Doubles • Johansen and VanSltter, 2nd place — del, Emmons and Lloyd, Ellsworth, 8-6; lost 'to Hablger and Kootz, Quivira Heights, 8-2. Holzmelster and Degenhardt, 4th place — lost to Applegate and Collins, Osbome, 8-2; def. Foster and Knak, Russell 'Red', 8-3; def. Zajic and Cox, Quivira Heights, 8-5; lost to Kanak am) Kempe, Ellsworth, 8-0. TV Calendar Today > MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ,' 6 p.m. = . ESPN — N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay ESPN2 — Philadelphia at Atlanta 7 p.m. FOX SPORTS NET — Kansas City at Chicago White Sox 9 p.m. •" ESPN — San Francisco at Los Angeles •' ESPN2 — Anahlem at Oakland Thursday <• COLLEGE FOOTBALL 6:30 p.m. r ESPN — Auburn at Mississippi St. GOLF 6a.m. ESPN — PGA-WGC, American Express Championship, first round, at Thomastown, Ire-, land ., MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6:30 p.m. TBS — Philadelphia at Atlanta : • « ••• .-. SOCCEH.. . , ,;.. ,, -..„, 6:30 p.m. , ESPN2 — MLS, Dallas at D.C. TENNIS 3:30 p.m. „ < ESPN2 — Davis Cup, semifinals, singles' match A, U.S. vs. France, at Paris n Transactions Baseball American League ' > BOSTON RED SOX — Announced the las' Ignation of Dr. Arthur Pappas, medical director, " Basketball National Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS — Rescinded the Sept. 10 trade with Sacramento Involving Q^ Mateen Cleaves for F Jumalne Jones after Cleaves failed his physical. Acquired G Milt Palacio from Phoenix for a future second-round draft pick. WASHINGTON WIZARDS — Named Patrick; Ewing assistant coach after he announced his IB- I tirement as a player. Football -a," 1 National Football League "• ' MINNESOTA VIKING — Signed PK Gary Anderson. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — Signed TE> Rickey Dudley. , * T Hockey National Hockey League NEW YORK ISLANDERS — Signed Mike' Milbury, general manager, to a multiyear con-!' tract. •• College NCAA — Rejected Alabama's request that sanctions against its football program be eased,* and upheld a one-year postseason ban and other sanctions on the Kentucky football program for recruiting violations. Cavs get Palacio aftei Cleaves fails physical CLEVELAND (AP) — A week after trading for Mateen Cleaves, the Cleveland Cavaliers sent the point guard back to Sacramento on Tuesday after he failed his physical. Still hoping to shore up their backcourt, the Cavs traded a future second-round draft pick to the Phoenix Suns for guard Milt Palacio. The Cavs traded small forward Jumaine Jones for Cleaves last week, hoping the former Michigan State standout could help replace Andre Miller at point guard. "When we made the trade, we felt good about it. Mateen did, and Jumaine was going to a good team. We've got four very disappointed parties in this," said Cavs general manager Jim Paxson. Team spokesman Bob Price said the trade was contingent on both players passing their physicals. The Cavs will now get Jones back to play in their crowded frontcourt. Meanwhile, the Cavs also are dealing with Zydrunas Ilgauskas' legal problems. The 7-foot-3 center was arrested early Sunday on a DUI charge and must appear in court Wednesday Paxson said he has spoken with Ilgauskas, but declined to comment '*/ about his traffic stop. «.'• The 6-foot-3 Palacio will help flit the void created when the Cavs^ traded Miller to the Los Angeles Clippers in July for forward Darius Miles. The deal left Bimbo Coles as the only true point guard on thV Cavs' roster. Coles, a 12-year veteran, played just 33 games last season before, knee surgery. ' •;.« The Cavs also have first-round" draft choice DaJuan Wagner, bvjt; the team would prefer to have t%t rookie from Memphis remain at. shooting guard. Cleaves began his NBA career in_ Detroit after leading the Spartans to an NCAA title in 2000. He aver^ aged 5.4 points and 2.7 assists in 78 / games as a rookie, but was traded to Sacramento before last season 1 for guard Jon Barry and a first-" round draft pick. Cleaves averaged 2.2 points in 32 games for the Kings." Paxson wouldn't say whj>£ Cleaves failed his physical, which? he took Monday Cleaves' agent," Charles Tucker, said his client likely didn't pass because of a foot in^jury that forced him to miss time last season and required surgerjfl about two months ago. \

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