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B2 THURSDAY • SEPTEMBER 19,2002 • 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 • Today 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 am 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 field, 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. • Haya 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-Regional 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 Phllllpsburg 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 Los Angeles 85 67 .559 2 Houston 81 71 .533 6 Wednesday's results Houston 3, Milwaukee 1 San Francisco 7, Los Angeles 4 Major league boxscore American League White Sox 3, Royals 1 New York Boston Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay x-Mlnnesota Chicago Cleveland Kansas City Detroit Anaheim Oakland Seattle Texas East Division W L 95 56 86 66 70 82 67 84 50 101 Central Division W L 89 63 76 76 68 85 58 94 54 98 West Division W L 95 57 95 57 88 64 69 83 Pet .629 .566 .461 .444 .331 Pet .586 .500 .444 .382 .355 Pet .625 .625 .579 .454 GB — 9 '/a 25 Vi 28 45 GB — 13 21% 31 35 GB — — 7 26 x-clinched division Wednesday's results Cleveland 6, Boston 4 Toronto 2, Baltimore 1 Minnesota 2, Detroit 0 N.Y. Yankees 7, Tampa Bay 1 Chicago White Sox 3, Kansas City 1 'Seattle 3, Texas 2 (10 innings) '-'Oakland 7,'Anaheim 4 Today'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. Friday's games Boston (Lowe 20-7) at Baltimore (Hentgen 02), 6:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Clemens 12-6) at Detroit (Van Hekken 1-1), 6:05 p.m. Toronto (Loaiza 8-9) at Tampa Bay (Sturtze 3-17), 6:15 p.m. Minnesota (Reed 15-7) at Chicago White Sox (D.Wright 12-12), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (Davis 0-0) at Kansas City (Ro.Hernandez 4-4), 7:05 p.m. Anaheim (Ortiz 14-9) at Seattle (Pineiro 146), 9:05 p.m. Texas (Rogers 13-9) at Oakland (Lilly 4-7), 9:05 p.m. National League East Division x-Atlanta Montreal Philadelphia Florida New York W 95 76 75 73 72 L 55 76 77 79 79 Pet .633 .500 .493 .480 .477 GB — 20 21 23 23% Central Division St. Louis Houston Cincinnati Pittsburgh Chicago Milwaukee W 88 81 74 67 64 53 L 63 71 78 85 88 98 Pet .583 .533 .487 .441 .421 .351 GB — 7% 14% 21 'A 24% 35 West Division Arizona San Francisco Los Angeles Colorado San Diego W 93 87 85 69 64 L 58 65 67 83 88 Pet .616 .572 .559 .454 .421 GB — 6% 8% 24% 29% KANSAS CITY CHICAGO ab r h bl Tucker Bellran MiSwy Ibanez Randa DBrwn Pellow Mayne Berroa Ordaz Gulel Febles Totals Kansa Chicac rf d 1b dh 3b If ph c ss 2b Ph 2b s C 3 2 3 4 4 3 1 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2000 1 0 29 Itv 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 10 •• •« WHarrs Vlentln Thmas Ordnez Knerko Rwand Liefer Crede Brchrd 2b ss dh rl 1b cf If 3b cf Ollvo c Totals ..001 010 ab r h bl 4 4 4 4 4 0 4 3 4 2 33 000 100 Ot 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 311 >0 — 10X — 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 3 DP — Chicago 1. LOB — Kansas City 5, Chicago 8. 2B — Tucker (25), Ibanez (33), WHarris (3), Konerko (29). HR — Thomas (26). CS — Beltran (7). SF — Crede. IP H RER BB SO 8 Kansas City Suppan L.8-16 Chicago Garland W.12-11 5% MPorzio 1 Osuna 1 % Marte S,10 1 11 1 x-clinched division Wednesday's results Montreal 4, Florida 2 (11 innings) Philadelphia 6, Atlanta 5 Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati 2 N.Y. Mats 2, Chicago Cubs 1 Houston 3, Milwaukee 1 St. Louis 8, Colorado 5 Arizona 10, San Diego 3 San Francisco 7, Los Angeles 4 Today's games Houston (Oswalt 19-6) at Milwaukee (Franklin 0-1), 1:05 p.m. St. Louis (Simontacchl 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 (Glavlne 1710), 6:35 p.m. San Francisco (L. Hernandez 11-15) at Los Angeles (Od.Perez 14-9), 9:10 p.m. Friday's games Chicago Cubs (C.Zambrano 4-7) at Pittsburgh (Torres 1-1), 6:05 p.m. Montreal (Armas Jr. 10-12) at N.Y. Mets (Thomson 9-12), 6:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Mercado 2-1) at Cincinnati (Graves 6-3), 6:10 p.m. Florida (Wayne 1-2) at Atlanta (Moss 11-5), 6:35 p.m. San Francisco (Jensen 11-8) at Milwaukee (Neugebauer 1-6), 7:05 p.m. Houston (Munro 5-4) at St. Louis (W.Williams 9-4), 7:10 p.m. Arizona (Schilling 23-5) at Colorado (Floras 0-1), 8:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Ashby 9-12) at San Diego (Tomko 9-10), 9:05 p.m. Wild Card standings American League W L Pet G8 Anaheim 95 57 .625 — Oakland 95 57 .625 — Wednesday's result Oakland 7, Anaheim 4 National League W L Pet Francisco 87 65 .572 OB 31132 10000 00011 00000 Garland pitched to 2 batters In the 6th. WP — MPorzio. Umpires — Home, Lance Barksdale; First, Phil Cuzzi; Second, Matt Hollowell; Third, Jerry Crawford. T— 2:41. A— 10,246(44,321). Major league linescores American League • Blue Jays 2, Orioles 1 • Toronto 000 010 100— 2 5 0 Baltimore 000 000 010— 1 9 0 Halladay, Politte (8), KEscobar (9) and Huckaby; Douglass, WRoberts (8), Groom (9) and GGil, Fordyce(9).W— Halladay 17-7. L— Douglass 0- 4.Sv— KEscobar (35). HR— Toronto, CDelgado (28). • Yankees 7, Devil Rays 1 • New York 002 201 002— 7 13 0 Tampa Bay 000 000 010— 1 6 2 Weaver, Stanton (8) and Posada; Zambrano, Harper (6), JoSosa (9) and Hall. W — Weaver 1011. L — Zambrano 6-8. HRs — New York, Ja- Glambi (38). Tampa Bay, Sandberg (18). • Twins 2, Tigers 0 • Minnesota 100 000 010— 2 9 0 Detroit 000 000 000 — 0 6 0 Mays, Santana (7), MJackson (8), Guardado (9) and Pierzynski, Valentin (7); Sparks, JuAcevedo (9) and Inge. W— Mays4-7. L— Sparks 8-16. Sv — Guardado (43). • Indians 6, Red Sox 4 • Cleveland 000 000 231 — 6 11 1 Boston 300 010 000— 4 9 4 Drese, CSadler (6), Rlske (7), Wohlers (8), DBaez (9) and Bard, VMartlnez (8); Fossum, WGomes (7), Embree (7), Arro|o (8) and Mirabelll. W — Rlske 2-2. L— Embree 0-2. Sv — DBaez (4). HRs — Cleveland, KGarcia (14). Boston, Damon (12). • Athletics 7, Angels 4 • Anaheim 101 200 000— 4 10 0 Oakland 010 600 OOx—7 7 1 Callaway, Cook (4), Shields (5), Rodriguez (8) and JMolina; Zto, Bradford (6), Koch (9) and GMy- ers. W — Zito 22-5. L — Callaway 1-1. Sv — Koch (40). HRs — Oakland, Durham (15), EChavez (34), Dye (21), MEIlis (6). • Mariners 3, Rangers 2 • (10 Innings) Texas 020 000 000 0 — 2 7 0 Seattle 011 000 000 1 — 3 14 1 Benoit, JAIvarez (6), Kolb (7), JPowell (8), DReyes (10), FCordero (10) and I Rodriguez; Valdes, Rhodes (8), Nelson (9), Sasaki (10) and BDavis. W — Sasaki 4-5. L — DReyes 4-3. National League • Mets 2, Cubs 1 • Chicago 010 000 000— 1 5 0 New York 200 000 OOx — 2 6 0 Wood and Hundley; Trachsel, SReed (8), Ben- Itez (9) and Piazza. W — Trachsel 10-11. L — Wood11-10.Sv— Benitez (33). HRs — Chicago, Hundley (16). New York, Piazza (31). • Phillies 6, Braves 5 • Philadelphia 011 030 010— 6 13 1 Atlanta 022 000 001 — 5 11 0 BMyers, CSilva (5), Timlin (7), Adams (8), Mesa (9) and Lieberthal; Marquis, Ugtenberg (4), Gryboski (6), ALopez (7), Remlinger (8), Spooneybarger (9) and JLopez, Blanco (9). W — CSilva 5-0. L — Llgtenberg 3-4. Sv — Mesa (41). HR — Philadelphia, JeGiambl (12). • Expos 4, Marlins 2 • (11 Innings) Montreal .200 000 000 02 — 4 8 0 Florida 000 000 002 00— 2 10 3 Ohka, DSmith (9), Brower (9), Eischen (9), TDrew (11) and Schneider Pavano, Almanza (7), Neal (8), Knolls (9), Looper (10), Mairena (11) and CJohnson. W — Eischen 5-1. L — Mairena 2-3. Sv— TDrew (1). • Pirates 3, Reds 2 • Cincinnati 000 101 000— 2 4 0 Pittsburgh 000 000 03x — 3 7 0 JHaynes, Riedllng (7), Williamson (8) and LaRua, Stinnett (8); Fogg, Lincoln (8), MiWilliams (9) and Kendall. W — Lincoln 2-4. L — Riedllng 2-3. Sv — MiWilliams (43). HRs — Cincinnati, Griffey Jr. (8), JGuillen (8). • Astros 3, Brewers 1 • Houston 020 100 000— 3 6 0 Milwaukee 000 000 100— 1 6 1 Lidge. Stone (4), Borbon (5), Puffer (5), Gordon (6), Dotel (8), Wagner (9) and Ausmus; Rusch, Js- Cabrera (8), King (8), Durocher (9) and Machado. W — Puffer 2-3. L — Rusch 10-14. Sv — Wagner (33). • Diamondbacks 10, Padres 3 • Arizona .„ 100 502 200— 10 13 0 San Diego 000 102 000— 3 10 2 Helling, BriAnderson (6), MMyers (7), Fetters (8), BKim (9) and DMillen OlPerez, Tankersley (5), Bynum (6), Nickle (7), JJohnson (9) and WGonza- lez. W — Helling 9-11. L — OlPerez 3-4. HRs — Arizona, Colbrunn 2 (10), MWilliams (9). • Cardinals 8, Rockies 5 • St. Louis 020100005—8 8 0 Colorado 100 000 202— 5 11 1 AnBenes, GMolina (7), Fassero (7), RiWhite (8), Veres (9), Kline (9) and Matheny; Stark, Fuentes (7), Speier (8), VSanlos (9) and Bennett. W — RiWhite 4-6. L — Speier 5-1. Sv — Kline (6). HRs — St. Louis, Rolen 2 (27), TMartinez (20), ICruz (1), Renteria (11). Colorado, Petrick 2 (4), Gload (1). • Giants 7, Dodgers 4 • San Francisco 021 001 012— 7 13 1 Los Angeles 020 010 001 — 4 8 0 RuOrtiz, FRodriguez (7), Worrell (8), Nen (9) and BSantiago; Beime, REIlis (5), Orosco (6), Mota (6), Shuey (7), Quantrill (9), JWilllams (9) and Lo Duca.W— RuOrtiz 13-10. L— REIlis 0-1. HRs — San Francisco, JKent (36), RuOrliz (2). Los Angeles, Bellre (21), Cora (4). Baseball Today Scoreboard Today's game Texas at Seattle (9:05 p.m. CST). The Mariners have won four straight to retain slim hopes of making the postseason a third straight year. Bret Boons needs one RBI for 100. Stars Wednesday • Greg Colbrunn, Diamondbacks, hit for the cycle, Including two two-run homers, In Arizona's 103 win over San Diego. • Jeremy Giambi, Phillies, hit a three-run homer to help Philadelphia beat Atlanta 6-5. • Russ Ortiz, Giants, won his filth straight start and hit a tiebreaklng homer as San Francisco defeated Los Angeles 7-4. • Ray Durham, Athletics, hit a tiebreaklng, three-run homer to lift Oakland to a 7-4 victory over Anaheim. • Scott Rolen, Cardinals, had two of St. Louis' five homers in a 10-3 win at Colorado. Hit machine Greg Colbrunn's triple In the ninth inning Wednesday made him the first player to hit for the cycle and hit two homers since Hall of Famer George Brett did it May 28, 1979, In a 16-innlng game against Baltimore. Colbrunn's first career cycle was the second in Arizona history — after Luis Gonzalez on July 5, 2000, at Houston. Colbrunn went 5-for-6 to set a career high and tie a club record tor hits. San Diego, which lost to Arizona 10-3, has never had a player hit for the cycle in 5.351 games. In a class by himself Barry Bonds went 1-for-2 with three walks Wednesday, raising his average to a ma|or league- best .374 In San Francisco's 7-4 win over Los Angeles. Bonds leads the NL batting race by 33 points over second-place Larry Walker. With the exception of Tony Gwynn's .394 mark in the strike-shortened 1994 season, no player has finished the year above .380 since George Brett hit .390 In 1980. Besides Gwynn, no NL player has hit above .380 since Arky Vaughanhll.385in1935. Got their number Toronto's Roy Halladay, with seven scoreless innings In a 2-1 win Wednesday, Improved to 3-0 with a O.B2 ERA against Baltimore this season, and 6-2 with a 2.66 ERA lifelime against the Orioles. Joining new clubs Alfonso Soriano went 2-for-5 in a 7-1 New York win over Tampa Bay on Wednesday to be the first Yankees player to reach 200 hits since Derek Jeter In 2000. Soriano remains one homer short o! becoming the fourth player to have 40 homers and 40 steals in the same season. New low Kansas City's 3-1 loss Wednesday to the Chicago White Sox marked Its 53rd loss on the road this year, tying the dub record set in 1970 and matched In 1992. The Royals need to go 8-2 in their last 10 games to avoid matching the club's record for total losses in a season (97). One to go Baltimore's Mike Bordick extended his run of errorless games to 100 Wednesday in the Orioles' 2-1 loss to Toronto. He is now one short of Rey Ordonez's major league record for shortstops. Bordick, whose only error this season came on April 10, extended his record run of errorless chances at shortstop to an even 500. Steady Eddie Eddie Guardado set a Twins record Wednesday with his 43rd save, preserving Minnesota's 2-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Guardado surpassed Jeff Reardon (1988) and Rick Aguilera (1991). Streaks Kevin Millar extended his hitting streak to 24 games as Florida lost 4-2 to Montreal in 11 innings Wednesday.... Ichiro Suzuki set a Seattle season record for intentional walks with 26, one more than Ken Griffey Jr. in 1993. Durable Glendon Rusch (200 2-3). with seven Innings Wednesday, ioined Ben Sheets (201 2-3) in giving Milwaukee two pitchers with more than 200 innings in the same season for the first time since 1996, when Ben McDonald and Scott Karl did It. Rusch also is the first left-hander to reach 200-plus innings since Karl. Speaking "It was going to be like Little League, keep running until I got to third. I got halfway there and it was like, 'Oh, God, Just try to make it there." — Greg Colbrunn on his ninth-inning triple for the cycle in Arizona's 10-3 win Wednesday over San Diego. Seasons Sept. 19 1925 — Ted Lyons lost his bid for a no-hitter when Bobby Veach singled with two outs In the ninth Inning. The Chicago White Sox routed the Washington Senators 17-0. 1926 — The St. Louis Cardinals pounded the Philadelphia Phillies 23-3 In the first game of a doubleheader and beat them again in the nightcap, 102. 1949 — Ralph Kiner of the Pittsburgh Pirates became the first NL player to hit 50 home runs In two different seasons. 195S — Ernie Banks of the Chicago Cubs set a major league record with his fifth grand slam of the season in a 12-innlng, 6-5 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. 1968 — Denny McLain won his 31st game, the most in the AL since Lefty Grove's 31 In 1931. The Detroit Tigers beat the New York Yankees 6-2 while Mickey Mantle hit his 535th and next-to-last career homer. 1973 — Frank Robinson hit his first home run in Arlington Stadium, as a member of the California Angels. It was the 32nd major league ballpark In which he had homered. 1984 — Pete Rose reached the 100-hit plateau for the 22nd consecutive year, an all-time record. He also tied the NL record for doubles with 725 as the Cincinnati Reds beat the Atlanta Braves 4-2. 1995 — San Diego's Ken Caminiti became the first player in major league history to homer from both sides of the plate three times in a season as he went 4-for-4 with a career-high eight RBIs in a 15-4 win over Colorado. 1997 — Mark McGwire hit his 54th homer and became the first major leaguer to hit 20 or more homers for two teams In the same season. 1998 — Seattle's Alex Rodriguez hit his 40th homer to become the third player in baseball history to hit 40 home runs and steal 40 bases in the same season. 2001 —- Roger Clemens became the first pitcher in major league history to go 20-1, pitching the New York Yankees to a 6-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox. 2001 — Albert Pujols set an NL rookie RBI record as St. Louis beat Milwaukee 8-2. Pujols drove In three runs to give him 120 RBIs, breaking the mark of 119 set by Walty Berger in 1930 for the Boston Braves. Today's birthday: Nick Johnson, 24. Landon Morel, 20:06.00; 33. Mykel Rodriguez, 20:55.00; 43. Steven Kelly, 23:35.00. Ellis — 22. Ein Plelfer, 19:37.00; 36. Austin Fox, 21:11.00; 37. Rowdy Wichman, 21:24.00; 38. Brett Suler, 21:25.00; 40. Clay King, 21:52.00; 41. Ryan Gross, 22:37.00; 44. Colton Barton, 24:04.00 • Area girls' results • Colby — 1. Jessica Stephens, 13:01.00; 3. Erlka Erlckson, 13:38.00; 7. Lauren Kaiser, 13:58.00; 12. Emily Sloan, 14:31.00; 13. Breann Hart, 14:31.00; 15. Jaml Williams, 14:36.00; 17. Marcia Klaus, 14:57.00. Goodland —10. Kalle Smith, 14:26.00; 11. Deanna Livengood, 14:27.00; 19. Tiffany Thomas, 15:05.00; 23. Wensy Keith, 16:06.00; 25. Charlie Short, 16:19.00; 28. Chelsea On- tlveroz, 16:49.00. Wheatland — 4. Anna Albers, 13:48.00: 20. Alee Gillesple, 15:07.00; 26. Sarah Manhart, 16:22.00; 27. Rebecca Woodall, 16.38; 29. Janae Howard, 17:01.00; 30. Amanda Greene, 17:26.00. Oulnter — 5. Amanda Knoll, 13:48.00; 9. Jackie Jamison, 14:19.00. Hoxle — 6. Katherina Esser, 13:56.00; 21. Glna Cressler, 15:44.00. Oakley — 8. Mallory Joseph, 13:59.00; 16. Amy Hoff, 14:47.00; 24. Rita Moeder, 16:08.00. Ellis — 14. Lynn Pfeifer, 14:32.00; 18. Sherri Johnson, 14:59.00. Brewster — 22. Erin Carney, 16:03.00. Football NFL standings American Conference East Miami New England Buffalo N.Y. Jets W 2 2 1 1 L 0 0 1 1 T 0 0 0 0 Pet 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 PF 70 74 76 44 PA 34 21 76 75 South Houston Indianapolis Jacksonville Tennessee W 1 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .500 .500 .500 .500 PF 22 41 48 40 PA 34 46 44 45 North Cleveland Baltimore Cincinnati Pittsburgh W 1 0 0 0 L 1 2 2 2 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .500 .000 .000 .000 PF 59 7 13 31 PA 47 35 54 60 West Denver Oakland San Diego Kansas City W 2 2 2 1 L 0 0 0 1 T 0 0 0 0 Pot 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 PF 47 61 58 56 PA 30 34 9 62 (hip). PROBABLE: Q Rex Tucker (ill). NEW YORK JETS (1-1) AT MIAMI DDL- PHINS (2-0) — New York Jets: DOUBTFUL: S Damlen Robinson (groin); T Chris Smith (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB Jamie Henderson (shoulder). PROBABLE: WR Laveranues Coles (knee); G Randy Thomas (groin). Miami-Dolphins: OUT: TE Desmond Clark (lorearm). QUESTIONABLE: S Scott McGarrahan (groin); LB Twan Russell (knee); CB Patrick Surtain (knee). PROBABLE: PE David Bowens (hand); T Mark Dixon (ankle); CB Omare Lowe (ankle); DE Jason Taylor (neck); T, Todd Wade (ankle); S Shawn Wooden (shoulder), SAN DIEQO CHARGERS-(2-0) AT ARIZONA CARDINALS (1-1) — San Diego Chargers: DOUBTFUL: S Rodney Harrison (groin); T Sammy Williams (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: G Tonlu Fonotl (shoulder); CB Tony Okanlawon (leg). PROBABLE: TE Stephen Alexander (concussion); CB Tay Cody (ankle); G Bob Hallen (groin); DE Marcellus Wiley (ankle). Arizona Cardinals: OUT: T Anthony Clement (arm); RB Dennis McKlnley (hamstring). DOUBTFUL: LB Levar Fisher (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB David Barrett (back); C Mike Gruttadaurla (back); T L.J. Shelton (ankle); C Jason Starkey (concussion); DE Kyle Vanden Bosch (ankle). PROBABLE: WR David Boston (ankle); TE Steve Bush (ankle); T Leonard Davis (back); RB Thomas Jones (ankle); LB Raynoch Thompson P S'EATTLE SEAHAWKS (0-2) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (1-1) — Seattle Seahawks: OUT: LB Anthony Simmons (ankle). DOUBTFUL: DT John Randle (knee). QUESTIONABLE: DE Brandon Mitchell (call). New York Giants: QUESTIONABLE: WR Tim Carter (ribs/back); CB William Peterson (toe); C Dusty Zeigler (knee). PROBABLE: DT Cornelius Grlllin (rib); LB Kevin Lewis (ankle). WASHINGTON REDSKINS (1-1) AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (1-1) — Washington Redskins: OUT: TE Walter Rasby (knee). QUESTIONABLE: DT Daryl Gardener (back); OB Shane Matthews (shoulder); LB Antonio Pierce (ankle); G Kipp Vlckers (knee). PROBABLE: T Chris Samuels (groin); DT Dan Wilkinson (wrist). San Francisco 49ers: OUT: RB Paul Smith (hamstring). DOUBTFUL: T Matt Willlg (knae). QUESTIONABLE: S Zack Bronson (shoulder). PROBABLE: G Eric Heitmann (neck); C Jeremy Newberry (calf); LB Jefl Ul- brlch (knee). Monday ST. LOUIS RAMS (0-2) AT TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (1-1) — St. Louis Rams: OUT: RB James Hodgins (foot). PROBABLE: S Chad Cola (chest); C Andy McCollum (foot/pectoral); G Tom Nutten (concussion); LB Tommy Polley (groin); CB Aeneas Williams (toe). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: QUESTIONABLE: S David Gibson (ankle). PROBABLE: TE Ken Dllger (tricep); S John Lynch (quadricep); DT Anthony McFarland (hip); DE Simeon Rice (shoulder). • Twin Lakes League • League Overall National Conference East Arizona San Francisco Seattle St. Louis Cross Country Prep meets • Oakley Invitational • • Team standings • • Boys• Colby 47, Goodland 62, Grainfield-Wheatland 69, Quinter 71, Hoxie 119, Ellis 140. • Girls • Colby 30, Oakley 64, Goodland 66, Wheatland 70. • Boys' top 10 • 1. Speedy Aguilar, Goodland, 17:56.00; 2. Shane Stover, Colby, 17:58.00; 3. Aaron Gillinger, Goodland, 18:05.00; 4. Kevin Schoen- daler, Wheatland, 18:19.00; 5. Chris Dlckman, Wheatland, 18:21.00; 6. Austin Powers, Quinter, 18:22.00; 7. Andrew Mense, Wheatland, 18:31.00; 8. Nathan Harter, Colby, 18:42.00; 9. Matt Augustine, Colby, 18:46.00; 10. Andy Bird, Hoxie, 18:47.00. • Girls' top 10" 1. Jessica Stephens, Colby, 13:01.00; 2. Katie Kesenbrock, Oakley, 13:36.00; 3. Erika Er- lckson, Colby, 13:38.00; 4. Anna Albers, Wheatland, 13:48.00; 5. Amanda Knoll, Quinter, 13:50.00; 6. Katherina Esser, Hoxie, 13:56.00; 7. Lauren Kaiser, Colby, 13:58.00; 8. Mallory Joseph, Oakley, 13:59.00; 9. Jackie Jamison, Quinter, 14:19.00; 10. Kalie Smith, Goodland, 14:26.00. • Area boys' results • Colby — 2. Shane Stover, 17:58.00; 8. Nathan Harter, 18:42.00; 9. Malt Augustine, 18:46.00; 12. Landon Stover, 18:56.00; 16. Carson McKee, 19:16.00; 18. Eric Luedke, '19:22.00;. 20. Derek Elliot, 19:31.00. Goodland — 1. Speedy Aguilar, 17:56.00; 3. Aaron Gittinger, 18:05.00; 17. Craig Mason, Goodland, 19:17.00; 19. Daniel Blake, 19:24.00; 23. Timothy Katka, 19:38.00; 34. Brandon Zelfer, 20:57.00; 39. Josef Felver, 21:50.00. Wheatland — 4. Kevin Schoendaler, 18:19.00; 5. Chris Dlckman, 18:21.00; 7. Andrew Mense, 18:31.00; 28. Ben Zimmerman, 20:09.00; 29. Lance Hartman, 20:11.00; 31. Justin Engels, 20:19.00; 32. Jeff Zerr, 20:38.00. Quinter — 6. Austin Powers, 18:22.00; 13. Levi Simon, 19:01.00; 14. Adam Hucthison, 19:02.00; 15. Grady Kesler, 19:10.00; 24. Dan Kent, 19:41.00; 25. Lance Miller, 19:46.00; 26. Jeff Bell, 20:01.00. Hoxle— 10. Andy Bird, 18:47.00; 11, Carey. Scott, 18:50.00; 30. Oree Klein, 20:12.00; 35. Tanner Popp, 21:00.00; 42. Jesse Calson, 23:06.00; 45. James Newman, 24:45.00; 46. Charlie Ochs, time NA. Oakley—21. Brandon Aherns, 19:32.00; 27. W 1 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .500 .500 .500 .500 PF 31 39 61 38 PA 32 37 34 60 South W 2 2 1 0 L 0 0 1 2 T 0 0 0 0 Pet 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 PF 41 61 45 47 PA 14 40 26 51 North W 2 1 0 0 L 0 1 2 2 T 0 0 0 0 Pet 1.000 .500 .000 .000 PF 41 57 28 62 PA 36 69 80 72 West W 1 1 0 0 L 1 1 2 2 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .500 .500 .000 .000 PF 47 30 30 37 PA 44 37 55 49 Dallas N.Y. Giants Philadelphia Washington Carolina New Orleans Tampa Bay Atlanta Chicago Green Bay Detroit Minnesota Isc 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, 8 p.m. Sylvan Unified Chase Lucas-Luray Wilson Downs NFL injury report Week 3 Sunday BUFFALO BILLS (1-1) AT DENVER BRONCOS (2-0) — Denver Broncos: PROBABLE: G Lennie Friedman (thumb); WR Kevin Kasper (rib); C Tom Nalen (knee); T Ephralm Salaam (ankle); LB Donnle Spragan (concussion). Buffalo Bills: Have no injuries to report. CAROLINA PANTHERS (2-0) AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS (0-2) — Carolina Panthers: OUT: RB DeShaun Foster (knee). QUESTIONABLE: DE Kemp Rasmussen (hamstring). PROBABLE: DT Sean Gilbert (knee); DE Mike Rucker (ankle); CB Dante Wesley (hernia). Minnesota Vikings: OUT: TE Jim Kleinsasser (knae). DOUBTFUL: DT Talance Sawyer (knee/ankle). QUESTIONABLE: TE Byron Chamberlain (knee), LB Patrick Chukwurah (chest). PROBABLE: WR Nick Davis (hamstring); T Everett Lindsay (back). CINCINNATI BENGALS (0-2) AT ATLANTA FALCONS (0-2) — Cincinnati Bengals: OUT: WR Danny Farmer (knee). QUESTIONABLE: RB Brandon Bennett (ankle); DE Vaughn Booker (leg); DE Eric Ogbogu (calf). PROBABLE: S Cory Hall (thumb); WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh (groin); LB Takeo Spikes (chest); WR-PR Peter Warrick (leg); DT Bernard Whittington (foot). Atlanta Falcons: OUT: C Roberto Garza (foot); DE Travis Hall (groin). DOUBTFUL: LB Will Overstreet (shoulder); CB Allen Rossum (hamstring). PROBABLE: CB Juran Bolden (quadricep); S Johndale Carty (thumb); LB John Thierry (hip). CLEVELAND BROWNS (1-1) AT TENNESSEE TITANS (1-1) — Cleveland Browns: QUESTIONABLE: S Chris Aklns (groin); DE Courtney Brown (neck); T Roger Chanoine (knee); QB Tim Couch (forearm); TE Aaron Shea (shoulder); T Ryan Tucker (knae); C Dave Wohlabaugh (hand). PROBABLE: LB Ben Taylor (hamstring). Tennessee Titans: OUT: RB Robert Holcombe (hip); DE Jevon Kearse (foot). QUESTIONABLE: CB Andre Dyson (hamstring); RB Eddie George (foot); LB Randall Godfrey (ankle); TE Erron Kinney (ankle); QB Steve McNair (neck); TE Shad Meier (shoulder); DT Robaire Smith (elbow). DALLAS COWBOYS (1-1) AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (1-1) — Dallas Cowboys: OUT: LB Dal Nguyen (wrist); T Tyson Walter (ankle). DOUBTFUL: T Aaron Gibson (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: G Larry Allen (ankle); S Tony Dixon (hamstring); CB Dwayne Goodrich (quadricep). PROBABLE: CB Duane Hawthorne (hamstring); WR Reginald Swinton (hamstring). Philadelphia Eagles: OUT: DE Derrick Burgess (foot); WR Freddie Milons (leg); G John Welbourn (leg). QUESTIONABLE: CB Llto Sheppard (quadri- cep); RB Brian Westbrook (abdomen). PROBABLE: LB Carlos Emmons (hamstring); C Hank Fraley (quadricep). GREEN BAY PACKERS (1-1) AT DETROIT LIONS (0-2) — Green Bay Packers: OUT: T Mark Tauscher (knee). QUESTIONABLE: RB Ahman Green (quadricep). PROBABLE: DT Gilbert Brown (knee); S Antuan Edwards (shoulder); CB Bhawoh Jue (ankle); TE David Martin (jaw); S Darren Sharper (ankle). Detroit Lions: OUT: DT Shaun Rogers (hand). DOUBTFUL; WR Bill Schroeder (ribs). QUESTIONABLE: LB Clint Kriewaldt (foot). INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (1-1) AT HOUSTON TEXANS (1-1) — Indianapolis Colts: OUT: RB Jim Finn (foot); DT Josh Williams (foot). DOUBTFUL: DT James Cannida (knae). QUESTIONABLE: TE Marcus Pollard (chest). PROBABLE: S Cory Bird (ankle); RB Edgerrin James (ankle); LB Mike Peterson (knee); RB Detron Smith (shoulder); LB David Thornton (shoulder); K Mike Vanderjagt (groin); WR Reggie Wayne (head). Houston Texans: OUT: G Ryan Schau (knee); T Ryan Young (groin). DOUBTFUL: T Tony Boselll (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: LB Jason l^mar (calf). PROBABLE: T Jimmy Herndon (hip); TE Sean McDermott (ankle); TE Billy Miller (ankle) KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (1-1) AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (2-0) — Kansas City Chiefs: QUESTIONABLE: RB Derrick Blaylock (knee); DT Eric Downing (abdomen). PROBABLE: TE Tony Gonzalez (wrist); DE Eric Hicks (ankle). New England Patriots: QUESTIONABLE: LB Roman Phifer (leg). PROBABLE: LB Tedy Bruschl (shoulder); WR David Glvens (leg). NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (2-0) AT CHICAGO BEARS (2-0) — New Orleans Saints: OUT: CB Keyuo Graver (knee); RB Fred McAfee (hamstring). DOUBTFUL: CB Fred Thomas (hand).' QUESTIONABLE: DE Darren Howard (shoulder). Chicago Bears: OUT: DE Phillip Daniels (ankle); CB R.W. McQuarters (knee); WR Ahmad Merritt (hand); DT Ted Washington (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: T James Williams College standings Iowa Stale Kansas Stale Nebraska Missouri Colorado Kansas Oklahoma Texas Texas ASM Texas Tedi Baylor Oklahoma SI. Big 12 North Conference W L PF PA I 0 45 3 0000 0000 0000 0000 0 I 3 45 South Conference W L PF PA 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 oooo All Games W L PF PA 3 1 170 78 3 0 179 16 3 1 130 79 2 1 102 77 I 2 51 73 1 2 67 100 All Games W L PF PA 3 0 142 27 2 0 79 21 2 0 45 19 2 1 87 87 1 2 72 105 1 2 105 87 Saturday's games North Carolina State at Texas Tech, 11:30 n. Colorado at UCLA, 2:30 p.m. Virginia Tech at Texas ASM, 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 0 0 W 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 W 1 1 1 0 0 W 2 1 1 1 0 W 1 0 0 0 0 W 2 1 0 0 1 Last week's results Downs 40, Eastern Heights 18; Sylvan 26, Bushton-Qulvira Heights 22; Dlghton 36, Wilson 20; Chase 70, Goessel 24; Victoria 46, Lucas- Luray 0. This week's schedule Chase at Wilson, Junction Clty-St. Xavler at Lucas-Luray, Sylvan Unified at Victoria. • Western Athletic Conference •' League Overall Garden City Dodge City Liberal Hays High Great Bend Hays/TMP-Marian Pratt Ulysses Hoislngton Larned Scott City W 1 1 1 0 0 0 W 2 1 1 1 1 1 W 1 0 0 0 0 W 1 2 2 0 1 Last week's results Junction City 39, Hays High 6; Liberal 22, Borger (Texas) 0; Garden City 20, Great Bend 19; Dodge City 3, Wichita East 0. This week's schedule Liberal at Hays High, Great Bend at Valley Center, Wichita West at Dodge City, Clinton (Okla.) at Garden City. , • Western Kansas Educ. Assn. • League Overall W L W L LaCrosse 00 20 Ness City 00 20 Last week's results La Crosse 44, Osborne 8; Ness City 16, Satanta 7. This week's schedule Lincoln at Ness City, La Crosse at St. John. • Western Kansas Liberty League • League Overall W L W L Tribune-Greeley Co. 20 20 Winona-Triplalns 20 20 Bird City-Cheylln 11 11 Brewster 11 1 "V Grinnell 11 11 Rexford-Golden Plains 11 11 Sharon Springs 11 11 Weskan 11 11 Healy 02 03 Jennings 02 0 a Last week's results Golden Plains 40, Grinnell 8; Sharon Springs 26, Healy 0; Triplalns 66, Cheylin 22; Greeley Co. 24, Weskan 0; Brewster 32, Jennings 12. This week's schedule Golden Plains at Jennings, Healy at Grinnell, Sharon Springs at Brewster, Cheylin aT Weskan, Greeley Co. at Trlplains (Thursday). * Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mines Chadron State (Neb.) 0 Fort Hays 0 Adams State (Colo.) 0 Western Slate (Colo.) 0 N.M. Highlands 0 Fort Lewis (Colo.) 0 Mesa State (Colo.) 0 Schedule Saturday's games — Chadron Slate 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 senior tailback Jason Broom helped the Tigers grab a 37-29 win over Washburn 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 State. He had a long punt of 77 yards and pinned two inside the 20-yard line. It was the second time this season he has earned tha honor. Williams has five punts of 60 or more yards and entered the weekend leading the nation in punting. Prep standings > Cheyenne Conference • League Overall Palco Kensington Almena-Northern Valley Logan Agra-Eastern Heights Last week's results Palco 32, Northern Valley 24 (OT); Downs 40, Eastern Heights 18; Kensington 8, Logan 6. This week's schedule Northern Valley at Kensington, Eastern Heights at Logan, Palco vs. Bazine-Ransom at Ransom. • Mid-Continent League • League Overall W L W L Norton 20 20 Phillipsburg 20 20 WaKeeney-Trego 20 20 Ellis 11 11 Smith Center 11 11 Osborne 01 02 Plalnville 01 02 Hill City 02 02 Stockton 02 02 Last week's results Norton 42, Plainville 0; Phillipsburg 34, Hill City 0; Trego 28, Smith Center 6; La Crosse 44, Osborne 8; Ellis 34, Stockton 0. This week's schedule Trego at Norton, Hoxie at Stockton, Plalnville at Phillipsburg, Ellis at Osborne, Hill City at Smith Center. • Mid-State Activities Association • League Overall Atwood Hoxie Oberlin Oakley St. Francis Goodland Colby Quinter W 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 W 2 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 • Others* League Overall W L Bazine-Ransom Herndon Russell Otis-Bison Victoria W 0 1 1 0 2 Last week's results Russell 20, Belleville 6; Macksvllle 23, OtiSr Bison 18; Victoria 46, Lucas-Luray 0; Rozeli Pawnee Heights 20, Bazine 0; Herndon 38,. Arthur (Neb.) 36. This week's schedule Sylvan Unified at Victoria, Stafford at OtlSr' Bison, Russell at Beloit, Palco vs. Bazine-Rart som at Ransom; Herndon at Taylor (Neb.) (Saturday). • — Otis-Bison Is a member of the Centra;. Prairie League; Russell Is a member of the North Central Athletic Association; Bazlne-Ran-' som is an independent playing eight-man foot;, ball; Herndon Is a member of the Sand Hills (Neb.) League playing six-man football; Victoria is an independent playing eight-man football. " Prep leaders Hays High Passing Att Com Yds TD Int 16 40 167 2 4 10 000 10 000 Last week's results TMP-Marian 25, Hoislngton 6; Ulysses 33, Larned 21; Pratt 23, Scott City 12. This week's schedule TMP-Marian at Larned, Ulysses at Hugoton, Pratt at Hoisington. Wiggins (Colo.) at Scott City. • Northwest Kansas League • League Overall Parker Bells Parker Alstatt Sanders Wasinger Befort Dreher Hadley Schoen Fox Woods Parker Fox Maska Woods Walter Fox Wasinger Parker Keberiein Lacy Carlson Rohr McDonald Flax Staab Fieler Keberiein Dreiling Carlson Lacy Schmidt Gross Threlkel Carlson Dreiling Lacy Keberiein Dreiling Rushing <••'-" Att Yds Avg TD 19 13 9 3 2 8 3 3 1 9 86 4.5 48 3.7 22 2.4 13 4.3 10 5.0 9 1.1 8 2.6 7 2.3 0 0.0 •3 -0.3 Receiving No Yds 7 3 3 3 84 32 32 19 Avg TD' 12.0 2 10.7 0 10.7 0. 6.3 R- Scoring touchdowns - ' TD Rush Rec Ret 2-Pt Pis; 20 2 0 0 12, 110006 'Kicking PAT 0-1 FG Pts 0-0 0' TMP , Passing , Att Com Yds TD Int' 9 13 197 2 0 Rushing "' Att Yds Avg TD 33 128 3.9 0 24 4 1 1 2 1 11 Receiving No Yds 92 47 27 18 78 3.3 15 3.8 5.0 4.0 1 0.5 1 1.0 -11 -1.0 Avg TD 46.0 47.0 27.0 18.0 2.5 4.0 Scoring Touchdowns , ' TD Rush Ree Ret 2-Pt Pts . 10 1 0 1 '8" 1 10 1 0 18^ 1001 06, 110008 Kicking PAT 1-1 FQ Pts 2-2 r •t , TV Calendar Today COLLEGE FOOTBALL 6:30 p.m. ESPN — Auburn at Mississippi St. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6:30 p.m. TBS — Philadelphia at Atlanta SOCCER 6:30 p.m. ESPN2 — MLS, Dallas at D.C. Last week's results Hoxle 28 Colby 20; Atwood 20, Oakley 14; Goodland 39, Holcomb 0; Oberlin 57, Quinter 6; St. Francis 46, South Park (Colo.) 16. This week's schedule Hoxle at Stockton, Colby at Holcomb, St. Francis at Goodland, Oberlin at Oakley, Quinter at Atwood. Friday , AUTO RACING .'' -, * 1p.m. /'•"• ' • TNT — NASCAR, Winston Cup, pole qualify- J Ing for Ail-American Heroes 400, at Dover, Del. ' BOXING • . \ 9p.m. » ESPN2 — Junior welterweights, Ray Ollvelra | (42-8-2) vs. Saul Duran (31-6-3), at Jersey City, i N.J. * COLLEGE FOOTBALL I ! 6p.m. < ; ESPN2 — UCF at Marshall j, GOLF • 6 a.nii ^ ESPN — PGA-WGC, American Express * Championship, second round, at ; Thomastown, 8 Ireland ' •• , MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL „ 6:30 p.m. ' b TBS — Florida at Atlanta :, ) » 7 p.m. 5 ESPN — Houston at St. Louis * TENNIS J 11:30 a.m. ;' « ESPN — Davis Cup, semifinals, singles t match B, U.S. vs. France, at Paris (same-day i tape) , .„.*

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