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F4 THE COURIER-JOURNAL SPORTS TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1996 NFL SCORECARD American Association EASTERN (MVIStON W L Pet GB Buffalo 76 55 .580 Indianapolis ... 71 59 .546 414 Nasnville 70 60 .538 5 Louisville 57 74 .435 19 WESTERN DIVISION Omaha 69 61 .531 Oklahoma City . 66 63 .512 2V4 Iowa 57 73 .438 12 New Orleans.. 54 75 .419 14ft x-Last night's game not included. LAST NIGHTS RESULTS Iowa 2, Louisville 1 Buffalo 10, New Orleans 2 Oklahoma City at Nashville Indianapolis at Omaha TONIGHTS GAMES Louisville at Iowa. 8:15 p.m. Oklahoma City at Nashville New Orleans at Buffalo Indianapolis at Omaha Cubs 2, Redblrds 1 Louis, ab r h M tewt ab r h bl Bradshaw cf 4 0 1 0 GlanvHIe cf 4 0 1 0 Wimmer n 4 0 20 Finn 3b 3 12 0 Young 1b 4 0 3 0 Brown 1b 4 0 0 0 Olrva If 4 111 Kieschmck lf4 0 1 1 Franklin if 4 0 0 0 Vaktee rf 4 13 0 Gulan 3b 3 0 0 0 Barber 2b3 0 0 0 Defelice c 3 0 0 0 Peterson ss4 0 1 1 Stetanski c 1 0 0 0 Erdman c 3 0 0 0 Bell 2b 4 0 2 0 Sturze p 2 0 10 Beflran p 1 0 0 0 Ratlitf p 10 0 0 Deak ph 10 0 0 Totalt 33 1 1 Total 32 2 9 2 Louisville Redblrds .... 000 000 0011 Iowa Cuba 000 101 0002 E Peterson. OP Iowa 2. LOB Lousville 7. Iowa 8. 2B Finn, valoes 3. 36 Peterson. HR-Oliva (25). CS-6eU. IP H R ER BB SO Louisville Beltran 1,7-6 6 8 2 2 0 3 Arrandale 2 10 0 11 Sturtze W.6-4 6 6 0 0 2 1 RatN S.1 3 3 110 2 HBP By Beltran (Finn). WP-Beflran. T 2:02. A-3.989. 50th Little League World Series At Wllllamsport, Pa. Pool Competition Yesterday's scores San Isidro. Dominican Republic 5, Surrey, Bntish Columbia 1 ; Panama City, Fla. 8, Marshall-town. Iowa 3; Kao-Hsumg City, Taiwan 12, ' Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 3; Game 4 Cranston, R.I. 5, Morpark, Calif. 1. Today's games Surrey, British Columbia vs. Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, 11 a.m.; Marshalltown. Iowa vs. Morpark, Calif., 2 p.m.; San Isidro, Dominican Republic vs. Kao-Hsumg City, Taiwan, 5 p.m.; Panama City, Fla. vs. Cranston, R.I., 8 p.m. MABL At Holy Cross Phillies 001 020 3107 13 5 Yankees 002 030 0106 6 3 Simpson, and Taylor. Wright, Carpenter (8), and Beal. W Simpson (3-2), L Wright (3-1). 2B Hawkins (P), Taylor (P). HR Harvey (P) Records Phillies 8-4, Yankees 8-4. Cardinals .... 000 100 3316 15 4 Braves 401 000 0006 11 3 P. Barber, and Harr. Kenan, and Bass. ' 2B Barber (C). Gentry (C). Records Cardinals 3-6, Braves 0-13. At Bullitt Esst Rockies .... 103 000 030 18 16 1 White Sox . . 000 032 200 07 10 0 Nelson, Greer (7), and King. Thomas, and Vise. W Greer (1-0). L Thomas (1-2). 2B Greer (R), King (R), Moore (R), Nelson 2 (R), Sacra (R), Bennett (WS). 3B King (R). HR Vise (WS). White Sox ... 100 000 080 9 11 2 Rockies 026 001 lOx 10 11 3 Vise, and W. Kaufman. Greer, and King. W Greer (2-0), L Vise (0-1) 2B Dailey (WS), Greer (R), Moore (R), Romero (R). HR Liter (WS), Moore (R). Records Rockies 13-1, White Sox 5-7. BUPA Challenge At Gateshead, England MEN 100 1. Donovan Bailey, Canada, 10.19 seconds. 2. Ian Mackie, Britain, 1025. 3. Darren Braithwaite, Britain, 10.34. 200 1. John Regis, Britain, 20.62. 2. Lmford Christie, Britain, 20 64. 3. Jeff Williams, United Slates. 20.70. 1500 1. John Mayock, Britain. 3 minules 37.75 seconds, 2. Rich Kenah. United States. 3:38 13. 3. Anthony White-man. Britain. 3:39 04. 3000 1. Neil Caddy 8:03.59, 2 Rob Hams, United States, 8:03.90. 3. John Nuttall, Britain 8:05.14. 400 1. Roger Black. Britain, 44.64. 2. Derek Mills, United States, 45.11. 3. Mark Richardson. Britain, 45.15. 110 hurdles Allen Johnson, United States, 13.26. 2. Tony Jarret, Britain, 13.33. 3. Colin Jackson, Britain, 13.44. 400 hurdles 1. Cafvin Davis, United Status, 48 99. 2. John Ridgeon, Britain. 49 54. 3. Eric Thomas, United States, 49.75. Javelin 1. Tom Pukstys, United States, 280 feet, 1 inch. 2. Steve Backley, Britain, 279-1. 3. Todd Riech, United States, 269-5. Triple ump 1. Jonathan Edwards, Britain. 57-H. 2. Francis Aqyepong, Brit ain 54-6 ft. 3. Kenny Harrison, United states, 54-5 ft. High ump 1. Charles Austin. United States, 7-6 ft. 2. Dalton Grant, Britain 7-6ft. 3. Cameron Wnght, United States 7- 2ft. Pol vault 1. Pat Manson, United States, 16-4 ft 2. Kory Tarpenning, United States, 18-4 ft. 3. Nick Buckfield, Britain. 18-ft. WOMEN 200 1. Juliet Cuthbert. Jamaica, 23 04. 2. Tresheil Mayo, United States, United States, United States, 23.20. 3. Catherine Murphy 23 95. 1 500 1 . Leah Pells. Canada, 4:09 24, 2. Amy Rudolph, United States, 4:14.28, 3. Lynn Gibson, Britain, 4:15.23. 100 hurdles 1. Dronne Rose, Jamaica, 12.99. 2. Angela Thorp, Britain, 13.04, 3. (jiiiian Husseii. Jamaica, 13.30. 800 1. Inez Turner, Jamaica, 2:06 54, 2 Sonya Bowyer, Britain, 2:07.79. 3. Vicky Lawrence. Brian, 2:08 24. 400 1. Kim Graham. United States, 51.24. 2. Phylrs Smith. Britain, 51.56. 3. ivienene i-razer, Jamaica, u.eb. 3000 1. Paula Raddiffe. Britain Bmins 56.25secs. 2 Chen Goddard. Unit ed States, 9:12.03. 3 Alison Wyeth 9:25.71. High ump 1. Debbie Marti. Britain 6- 2. Lea naggen, amain, e-. 1 p.m. Tennis: ATP du Maurier Ltd. Open. (ESPN) 2 p.m. Baseball: Little League World Series (ESPNZI 2:20 p.m. Baseball: Florida at Chica-00. (WGN) 4:30 p.m. Golf: Fred Meyer Chal lenge, same-oay tape. (tsrN) 7 p.m. Baseball: Chicago at Detroit. mam 7:30 p.m. Baseball: Cincinnati at Atlanta. (TKR-fl), (WTBS) i 8 p.m. Baseball: Utile League Work) series. itsriMZ) 9 p.m. Boxing: Hector Camacho vs. Roni Martinez, 10-round junior middleweight bout; also, Buster Mathis Jr. faces Lou Savarese in a 12-round bout for USBA heavyweight title. (USA) Radio 7:40 p.m. Baseball: Cincinnati at Atlanta. (WAVG-970) 8:15 p.m. Baseball Louisville at Indianapolis. (wnKW-ioso) TOMORROW Television 1 p.m. Tennis: ATP du Maurier Ltd. Open. (ESPN) 2 p.m. Baseball: Little League World Series. (ESPN2) ; 2:20 p.m. Baseball: Florida at Chicago. (WGN) 4 p.m. Golf: U.S. Amateur Cham pionship. (ESPN) . 7:30 D.m. Baseball: TBA. (ESPN) ' 7:30 p.m. Baseball: Cincinnati at Atlanta. iTKR-8) 8 p.m. Baseball: Little League World Series (ESPN2) ? 10 p.m. Tennis: ATP du Maurier Ltd. Upon, delayed. (trrj i 10:30 p.m. Baseball: TBA. (ESPN) World's Championship At Freedom Hen MORNING SESSION Weanling Breeder' Stake, Open 1. Careless Heiress, handled by Joan Lune, owned by Golden Creek Farm; 2. High-point Pastemaker, Danid Mountjon. Dr. Gene Scott Inc.; 3. Simply Unique, Carter Cox, Nez Ratterman-Weber. United Professional Horsemen's Association Challenge Cup, Junior Dlvt-tton, Equitation 1. Ann Katnenne Riddle. Madisonvnlle. Ky.; 2. Alex Mayes, London, Ky.; 3. Claire Nilsson, Omaha, Neb. Kentucky County Fair Hackney Pony 1. General Jackson, Chnsty Weaver, Jean BryanlMacon Beverage Co.: 2. Is Boris Badenutf, Robert Johnson, Copper Com Farm; 3. Breezeland's Moon N Stars, Garland Preeswood, Presswood. Junior Three-Galted 15.2 a Under Stake 1. Timely Affair, Walter 81 Tandy Patrick: 2. Drama. Rob Byers, Louis & Rosemarie Fernandez; 3. Starmonious. Smith Lilly. Mercer Springs Farm. United Professional Horseman' Association Challenge Cup, Senior Division, Equitation 1. Sarah Leedy. Oklahoma dry. OKIa ; 3. Sarah Dees. Fayette-vrlle. N.C.: 3. Enn Bullard, Salem. Vir. American Ssddlebred Three-Galted Show Pleasure, Adults, 30-40 Yrs. Old 1. Monster Man, Kris L. Pnce, Elizabeth McGowan; 2. Cary Grant, Morgan Wolin, Wolin: 3. Scarlatti, Deborah L Richardson, Richardson. Junior Harness StalllonGtlding Stake 1. Pisgan Pike. George Knight, Aimee Alice Naktour: 2. Radient Success, Casey Crabtree. Mrs. F D. Sinclair, 3. Wanna Rumba, Redd Crabtree, Ann M. Dupree. Kentucky County Pair Harness Pony Championship 1. Katmandu. Jay Tucker. Marci Latterly Schattner; 2. Dessert Light. Mary Ann Cronan. Cronan; 3. Breedland's Caliente, Garland Press-wood. Presswood. Junior Exhibitor Three-Galted Stake, Riders 11 Yrs. OM ft Under 1. Calle Lily, Rebecca Myers. David & Joshephine Lumb; 2. Santana Nana. Dakota Willimon, Ellen Homer; 3. The Babe, Corbm Smith, Smith. American Ssddlebred Horse Association Amatuer Futurity ot Kentucky Three-Year Old Show Pleasure Driving 1. Pnncess of Love. Kenneth Wheeler Jr., Paul Turner; 2. Raffia Rose, Michele Macfarlane. Davis & Macfarlane; 3. Mystery Rain, Kevin Michael, Davis & Macfarlane. The "Vlcksburg", Roadster to Wagon, Open Stake 1. The Secret's Out, Ronnie Grahm, Liberty Productions; 2. Catch Me, Pres Oder, Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Werry, Jr.; 3. The Wagon Master, David Cunningham, Peter Plelcher. Four-Year-Old Roadster Pony 1. Dun Haven Rare Elegance, Redd Crabtree. Ann M. Dupree; 2. Thunder and Lighting, Rick Wallen, Walton 81 Bonnie Kegley; 3. Corporate Image, Mike Bran-non, James A. Smith. Junior Exhibitor Three-Galted Stake, Rider 12-13 Yrs. Old 1. In Your Dreams, Kelly Oselka, Oselka: 2. Radiating, Jenna Richardson, Caroline Groves, 3. Fancy Francinne, Enn Torstrick, Kim Torsnck. Amateur Frve-Galted Gentlemen's Stake 1. Callaway s Criterion. Paul Treiber. Patricia Treiber; 2. Space Link, Dr. Ferdinand Jara. Fernando s Equine Ranch; 3. Callaway's Capitol Reporter. Scott Cairns, Cairns Farms. Inc. Roadster to Bike Mare Stake 1. Heart to Heart, Jill Bachman. El Milagro-Bachman Trust; 2. Mardi Gras. Henry Watson Jr.. Patnce & Henry Watson; 3. Tigerette, Raymond Shively, Mane Attle-berger. American Ssddlebred Three-Galted Show Pleasure, Adults, Over 40 Yrs. Old Magna Cum Laude. Alice Nunley, Nunley Saddlebreds; 2. Diamond Assets, Inda Gillikin. Gilliken: 3. Utopian Melody, Carol Hillenbrand. Hillenbrand. Amateur Hackney Pony Gentlemen's Stake 1. Gotta Lotta Pzazz, Rudy Driscoll, Driscoll; 2. Heartland Candidate. Kurt Antonocci, Rick Wallen 81 Mary Ellen Golich; 3. Alton Belle, Gary Dickherber, Dickherber. American Hackney Horse Society Youth Medallion HackneHarness Pony Pleasure Driving 1 . Turbo Zazz. Ashlie Arnold, L.A. Stables; 2. Chips Ahoy, Cal-loray Howard, Jerry Cummins; 3. Mr. Albelarm, Josh Shallcross, Mr. 81 Mrs. Tim Shallcross Jr. American Saddlebred Horse Association Amateur Futurity of Kentucky Tnree-Year-Old Three-Galted Show Pleasure 1. Nonchalant, Michele Macfarlane. Davis & Macfarlane; 2. Wall Street Blues, Glenn Smith. Lindsey Homsey. Amateur Fine Harness Stake 1. Coming Out, Janet Kellett, Sam & Janet Kellett: 2. Great Days Came the Son, William Schattner. Belle Revs: 3. Holy Fruit Salad, Mrs. Alan R. Robson, Rob-son. EVENING SESSION American Seddlebred Horse Association Kentucky Futurity, Yearlings 1. The Stonewall Connection, handled by Dick Kearney, Pamela 81 Lewis Grell; 2. Tip O' The Hat. David Mountjoy. Dr. Gene Scott; 3. Unlisted, Joan Lurie, Stonecraft Farm. Ladles Three-Galted Over 15.2 Stake 1. My Front Page Lady. Amy R. Dix, Dix; 2. Spring High. Victoria BleeOen, Bleeden, 3. The Butler Eagle, Mary Jane Frederickson, Fredenckson. Junior Frve-Galted StalllonGeMIng Stake 1. Caramac's Capital Gain, Debbie Foley, Mr & Mrs. Tim Schalcross; 2. sr. US Amateur Champs. At St. Louis MEN 1. Chris Barnes, Wichita, Kan., 5,150; 2. Brad Angelo, Newfane, N.Y., 5,060; 3, Kurt Pilon, Saginaw, Mich., 5,018; 4. Vernon Peterson, Dearborn Heights, Mich., 5,009; 5. Brian Graham, Kokomo, Ind., 5.003; 6. Don Breeden, Urbandale, Iowa, 4,908; 7. Charles Carroll, Sheppard AFB, Texas, 4,897; 8. Walter Hastings III. East Brunswick, N.J., 4.886; 9. Steve Kloemp-ken, Norm Salt Lake City, Utah, 4.881 ; 10. David Garber. Dallas, 4.880. Others 15. Vinnie Atria, Louisville, Ky., 4,853. WOMEN 1. Lucy Giovrnco. Norcross, Ga., 5.172; 2. Lesia Moos, Lancaster, Calif.. 5,055; 3. Kendra Cameron, Gambnlls. Md., 4.998; 4. Missy Sullivan, Coon Rapids, Minn., 4,969; 5. Lisa Skibinski. Wichita, Kan., 4.952; 6. Lisa Vint. East Troy. Wis.. 4,961; 7. Lynda Norry. Concord. Calif., 4.946; 8. Karen Canter, Knoxville.Tenn., 4,937; 9, Demse Kalola, Waianae, Hawaii. 4.933; 10. DonnaGarrambone, Dix Hills, N.Y., 4,925. Lotteries KENTUCKY For 81996 CASH FIVE 18-19-21-26-27 No Five-digit winner Pick Three -1-5-9 Pick Four - 8-4-0-1 INDIANA For 81996 Daily Three 3-4-6 Dally Four - 9-9-6-5 Luck Five - 3-4-6-22-28 II ILLINOIS For 81996 Pick Three Midday -1-0-7 Pick Three Evening - 7-8-5 Pick Four Midday - 0-3-4-3 Pick Four Evening - 6-2-2-3 Little Lotto 1-2-5-20-28 BOHIO For 81996 Pick Three - 1-4-6 Pick Four - 3-1-0-2 Buckeye Five 16-20-25-29-32 Callaway's Forecaster. Larry Hodge, Fox Grape Farm: 3. Callaway s Rockaway, Don Harris. C. Jean NaHey. Amateur Roadster Pony, Adults 18-35 Yrs. Old 1. Hazard County. Melody Adler. Adler Farms; 2. Dixie Jubilee. Jeff Pnebe. Pnebe Stock Farms; 3. Rave On, Anna Mane Knipp. High Spirts Farm. Junior Frve-Galted Mere Stake 1. Reedann's Country Talk. Kenny Smith, Asphalt Driveway Co.; 2. Face Forward, Chuck Herbert. Frances Denny; 3. The Star 01 The Show, Nelson Green, Beth Clifton. Amateur Roadster Under Saddle 1 . RPM, Jeff Hurst, Sam & Janet Kellett: 2. Speed Zone. Jimmy Robertson; 3. Parker, Becky Elmore. Hunter Valley Farm. Fin Harness StalHonGeWIng Stake 1. Roselawn's Secret Rythem, Mike Barlow, Dr. Helen J. Neave; 2. Revival, Donna Moore. Belle Reve; 3. Castle Bravo, Mitchell Clark, Elisabeth Goth & Mitchell Clark. Amateur Flve-Gahed Mare Stake 1. Ivy League. Ann M. DuPree; 2. Will's Lady Kate, Barbara Manilow, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Goodman; 3. Callaway's Hannah Cole. Tom Culpepper. Junior Three-Galted Over 15.2 Stake 1. Heart of Blue. Rerme Biggins. Dr. & Mrs. Dawd Williams; 2. Magnificent In Black. Tom Moore, Dr. Jack Green; 3. The Edge. Sam Stafford. Sally M. Parker. Amateur Fin Harness Gentlemen Stake 1. Bi Mi Add Lib. Bent Tree Farm Ltd.; 2. The Crimson Flame E L.F., Dr. Don Gibson. Gibson; 3. Harlem's Last Call. Ed & Karen Frtckey. Amateur Roadster Pony, Adults, Over 35 Yrs. Old: Division 1 1. Desert Prince, Doug Mesker. Mesker. Kesmer Farms: 2. Bill Bailey. Mary Gaylord, Golden Creek Farm: 3. Clancy Lane, Mike ScaHock. Mr. and Mrs. Shallock; Division II 1. Aisle Party, Edward Frickey, Ed & Karen Frickey; 2. Fiendishly Clever, Jessie Pettie, Pettie; 3. Lucifer's Bobby Socks, Stephanie McFarland, Stephanie & L.T. McFartandMaFariand Enterprises. Will Shrlver Flve-Gelted Stallion Stake 1. Callaway's Wish Me Will, Redd Crabtree, Callaway Hills Stables; 2. Zovoobij, Bill Schoeman, Jack & Bin Shoeman; 3. Monmouth, George Knight, Jean McLean Davis Trust. 23 US Amateur At North Plain, Or. 67 Michael Henderson, Raleigh N.C.; Jeff Gilchnst, Elk Grove, Calif. 68 Bo Vanpelt. Richmond. Ind.; Greg Padilla, Del Mar, Calif.; Jerry Courville Milftord, Conn.; Pat Perez. San Diego, Caltf.; Trip Kuehne. McKinney, Texas. 69 Tiger Woods. Cypress, Calif.; Bryan Novoa, Laredo. Texas. 70 James Plotkin, Grand Terrace, Calif.; Bnan Gillespie, Devon. Pa.; Bobby Bilbo. Olney, Md.; DA Points. Pekm, III.; Mark Slawter, Winston-Salem, N.C; Michael McCoy. Des Moines. Iowa; Douglas Hanzel, Savannah, Ga.; Jay Tewell, Ed-mond, Okla. 71 William Kuhlke III, Augusta, Ga.; Clint Jensen, Richland. Wash.; Joey Maxon, Dover, Del.; Chad Wellhausen, Abilene, Texas; Daniel Konieczny. Mount Pleasant, Pa.; Jeff Sanders. Beaverton, Ore.; Duke Delcher, Hilton Head Island, S.C.; Bradley Cannon, Phoenix; Carl Pet-tersson, Greensboro, N.C; Charles Howell, Augusta, Ga.; Robert Floyd, Miami Beach, Fla.; Steve Voinovich, Gates Mills, Ohio; Jason Buha, Farmington Hills, Mich.; Michael Lawrence, Tucson. Ariz. Others: 74 Buddy Bryant. Lexington; 75 Steve Stallings. Louisville; Graver Justice, Lexington; 77 Chad Hilder-brand, Bedford, Ind. NFL exhibitions SUNDAY'S RESULTS New England 37, Philadelphia 10 Jacksonville 38, San Francisco 10 LAST NIGHTS RESULT Miami 24, Minnesota 17 Last night's summary Minnesota Vikings ...3 0 0 1417 Miami Dolphin 0 7 10 724 Minnesota FG Stsson 35, 14:12; Miami Armstrong 6 fumble return (Stoyanovtch kick). 11:31; Miami FG Nedny 48. 7:00: Miami Jordan 26 pass from Marino (Nedney kick), 9:45; Minnesota Ismail 32 pass from Johnson (Elliott kick), 4:58; Miami L.Thomas 71 pass from Kosar (Nedney kick), 5:20; Minnesota Walsh 28 pass from Johnson (Sisson kick), 13:25. A 65,598. FOOTBALL ARIZONA CARDINALS Signed defensive end Simeon Rice to a four-year contract; waived defensive end Clyde Simmons, defensive tackle Tommy Jeter, former University of Louisville defensive lineman Alton Jones, safety Tony Jones, comerback Cednc Davis, wide receiver Kevin Knox, kicker Atle Larsen, punter Scott Player, offensive guard Ryan Leahy, running back Clarence Matthews, offensive tackle Brandon Moore, linebacker Nick Smith and fullback Willie Wnght; placed defensive lineman Blaine Berger on iriured reserve. ATLANTA FALCONS Waived running back Lincoln Coleman; acquired defensive end Pat Riley, a second-round pick from Miami in 1994, from the Chicago Bears for an undisclosed conditional draft pick. BALTIMORE RAVENS Waived running back Ricky Powers and defensive tackle Chad Eaton. BUFFALO BILLS Waived wide receivers Damon Thomas and Demens Johnson, safety Greg Evans, nose tackle Tim Colston, linebackers Marc bllibndge and Robert Deshotel. defensive end Harry Van Hofwegen, quarterback Mike Maxwell, offensive lineman Matt Meservey and tight end Mike Titley. CAROLINA PANTHERS Waived offensive guards Andrew Patterson and Sean Love, fullback Scott Greene, corner-back Michael Senters, tight end Paul Burke, defensive back Butler By'Not'e, wide receivers Ray Crittenden and Marcus Wall, linebackers Jamal Fountaine, John Walters and Phil Yeboah-Kodie, center Bucky Greeley, punter Aaron Kan-ner. offensive tackle William Knight, kicker David Lauder, defensive end Jeremy Nunley, safety Johnnie Williams and defensive tackle Jeff Zgonina; placed running back Tony Smith on injured reserve and quarterback Jim Kubiak on military reserve. CHICAGO BEARS Placed corner-back Dwayne Joseph and defensive tackle Chris Zorich on injured reserve; waived linebacker Myron Baker, punter Kent Sullivan, tight end Andre President, running back Brandon Bennett, wide receivers Fabien Bownes, Don Blair and Shaston Coleman, fullback Ed Hobbs, safety Jeff Horton, linebacker Ahmani Johnson, offensive guard Seth Littleton, safety Clarence Sutton and offensive tackle Derrick Turner. CINCINNATI BENGALS Waived defensive tackles Keith Rucker and Todd Kelly, wide receivers Tyree Davis and Thomas Bailey, linebacker Shawn Banks, tight end Demetrius Davis and quarterback Damon Huard. DALLAS COWBOYS Signed wide receiver Kelvin Martin, who played for the the Cowboys from 1987-92 and caught 212 passes for 2,703 yards and is the leading punt returner in the club's history; waived tight end Rickey Brady, comer-back Barry Dillard, linebacker Kerry Mock, defensive tackle Gabnel Oladipo, defensive back Charles Franks, center Kevin Dogirts, tackle Mike Hamson, linebacker Errick Herrin, comerback Buster Owens, defensive end Haywood Simmons and fullback Ryan Wood. DENVER BRONCOS Waived quarterback T.J. Rubley. wide receiver Sanjay Beach, fullback Derrick Clark, comer-backs Toi Cook and Jamal Ellis, defensive end Larry Jackson, guard Alai Kalan-iuvalu, running back Mike Pringle, offensive tackle Leslie Ratliffe, defensive end Ricky Sutton, defensive lineman Lance Teichelman and wide receiver Larry Wallace. GREEN BAY PACKERS Waived kicker Richie Cunningham, punter Andy Caflisch, tight end Kevin Smith, offensive tackle Troy Stark, running back Robert Baldwin, defensive tackle Brad Keeney, linebacker Aubrey Beavers and defensive backs Cary Brabham and Carlos Yancy; placed center Mike Flanagan, running back Chris Darkins, offensive tackle Jeff Miller and comerback Matthew Dorset! on injured reserve. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Waived wide receivers Clarence Jones and Chris Doering, linebacker Mark Williams, defensive tackle Ray Hall and quarterback Steve Taneyhill; placed linebacker Santo Stephens on injured reserve. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Waived quarterback Bucky Richardson and kicker Roman Anderson. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Waived running back Lorenzo White, kicker John Becksvoort, defensive back Forey Duck-en. offensive tackle Kevin Farkas and guards Darren Reese, Tom Roth and Mark Tucker: activated defensive end Darren Mickell. NEW YORK GIANTS Waived quarterback Tommy Maddox, defensive tackle Stacy Dillard, wide receivers Kefvin Alexander and Gary Harrell, punter Daron Alcorn, guard Ken Dammann, linebacker Jeff Rodgers, defensive tackle Todd Yea-man, guard Chns Kennedy, safety Mark Washington and former University of Louisville center Jason Stlnson. NEW YORK JETS Activated defensive lineman Brent Williams from the physlcally-unable-lo-perform list; waived defensive end Hugh Hunter, safety Chris Hayes, offensive lineman Vermes Smith, kicker Pat O'Neill, wide receivers Alan Allen. Wayne Moms, Darrick Owens and Elbert Ellis, offensive tackle Melvin Hayes, guard Tim Simpson, comerback Melvin rawford, defensive back Brian Clarke, running backs Terrell Willis and Lou D A-gostino, defensive tackle Eric Johnson, former University of Louisville linebacker Johnny Frost and former Indiana University quarterback John Paci. OAKLAND RAIDERS Waived wide receivers Phillip Bobo and Kenyan Brans-comb, quanerback Todd Studer, safety Lamar Lyons, defensive ends Malcolm Showed, comerback John Morion and linebacker Scott Radecic; placed running back Kendall Busby, wide receiver A C. Caswell, linebacker Keith Frankiln and offensive lineman Rich Stephens on injured reserve; announced that defensive coordinator John Fox has resigned for undisclosed personal reasons and that linebackers coach Fred Whittingham will assume Fox's job on an intenm basis. PITTSBURGH STEELERS Signed veteran center Jim Sweeney; placed linebacker Patrick Stott on injured reserve; waived offensive linemen Greg Black and Emerson Martin, running back LaMonte Coleman, punter Shayne Edge, quarterback Spence Fischer, wide receiver Chris George, Chris Jones, Damon Mays and Jay Kearney, defensive linemen Lorenzo Green and taase Faumui, tight ends Tracy Greene and A.J. Ofodile. running backs Jermaine Johnson and Jon Vaughn and defensive backs Barron Miles and Cornell Parker. ST. LOUIS RAMS Waived defensive backs Demetrice Martin and John Reece, linebackers Ashley Sheppard and Ed Stewart, running back Marcus Holliday, offensive linemen John Earle. Keith Lon-eker and Lance Zeno and defensive linemen Andre Davis and Antonio Armstrong. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Waived linebacker Mark Brook, tight end Werner Hippler, defensive end Pat Ivey, defensive tackle Matt Parker and wide receiver Larry Stallworth. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Acquired running back Terry Kirby from the Miami Dolphins for a conditional draft pick. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Waived Suarterback Jon Kitna. wide receivers rayson Shillingford, Manley Woods and Larry Thompson, offensive tackle Mike Keim, safety Tony Covington, linebackers Willie Brown and Henry Newby, defensive end Johnie Church, comerback Sean Crocker, running back Jimmy Gary, defensive tackle Kelvin Ingram and safety C.J. Richardson: placed wide receiver Eddie Goines on injured reserve and announced that he will miss the entire season. BASKETBALL NBA Named Gary Stevenson president of the NBA Properties marketing and media group. HOUSTON ROCKETS Signed forward Kevin Willis. PHOENIX SUNS Traded forward Charles Barkley to Houston for guard Sam Cassell and forwards Robert Horry, Chucky Brown and Mark Bryant. HOCKEY HARTFORD WHALERS Named Tom Webster and Randy Ladouceur assistant coaches. ST. LOUIS BLUES Named Bob Kersee strength and conditioning coach. WASHINGTON CAPITALS Signed forward Jarosiav Svejkovsky to a three-year contract. COLLEGE BIG EAST CONFERENCE Named Kathleen Hickey assistant director for compliance and Donna DeMarco, John Paquette and Stan Wilcox associate commissioners. NCAA Named Bob Livingstone to the Men's and Women's Golf Committee. ALABAMA Defensive end Darrell Blackburn quit the football team because of continuing kidney problems. Beach volleyball KODAK POCKET CAMERA OPEN Sunday at Belmar, N.J. Final Karch Kiraly and Kent Steffes d. Brian Lewis and Scott Ayakatubby 15-13, 7-2. Field hockey Apple Tournament At Sacred Heart Yesterday's result Holy Cross 1 (Ronda Bowling), Eastern 0, 30T. Sacred Heart S (Lainey Habeeb 2, Gwen Weisenberger. Laura Hazelip, Ashley Hufswede), Atherton 0. Jeffersontown 2 (Brook Winstead, Danielle Crutcher), Manual 0. Today Christian Academy vs. St. Francis. 3:30 p.m.; Ballard vs. Kentucky Country Day, 5 p.m.; Male vs. Seneca, 6:30 p.m. Tomorrow Assumption vs. Holy Cross, 4 p.m.; Sacred Heart vs. Jeffersontown. 5:30 p.m. Thursday Male-Seneca winner vs. Ballard-KCD winner, 4 p.m.; Collegiate vs. Christian Academy-St. Francis winner, 6:30 p.m. Friday Semifinals at 4 and 5:30 p.m. Saturday Final, 5 p.m. Girls Soccer Mai 4 (Melissa Buck 3, Treva Win-lock), Manual 1 (Laura Stems). South Oldham 3 (Kristen Byrd, Jennifer Jaracz, Lindsay Byrd), Lexington Catholic 2 (Rebecca Gibbs, Rachael Nen-nmger). Assumption 1 (Kelli Edelen), Eastern 0. Boys Soccer Eastern 2 (Justin Prather 2) Danville 1 (Adam Ballard). At Lexington Catholic Cup South Oldham 4 (Kyle Cameron 2, Tyler Cook 2), Lexington Lafayette 1 (Zac Donnelly). Fred Meyer Challenge At West Lmn, Ore. Mark O'Meara-John Cook ... 31-3061 M. Calcavecchra-Bilty Mayfait 30-3262 Greg Norman-Brad Faxon .. 32-3163 Bnan Henntnger-Fuzzy Zoeller 31-3263 Tom Lehman-Lee Janzen . . . 33-30 63 Steve Elkmgton-Craig Stadler 34-3165 Peter Jacobsen-Amold Palmer 34-3266 Jim Furyk-Bob Gilder 35-3166 Tom Watson-Nick Faldo .... 34-3266 Jack Nicklaus-Gary Nicklaus 35-3166 Lanny Wadkms-Jim Gallagher 34-3367 Jay Haas-Phil Mickelson .... 36-3369 Pro-Senior Scratch Scramble At Ellzabethtown C.C. 56 x-Lincoln Trail C.C. (Steve Cox. David Mann, Corky Cox. Bob Short); Boone Links (Jeff Kruempelman, Robert Gray, Bud Farrell. Lee Davis); 57 Lake-view Spnngs (Kevin Johnson, Earl Jack son, Ed Bartiey, Gene Best); Big Springs C.C. (Kelly Maxwell, Mike Conliffe. Roger Peoples, Sidney Anderson); Crooked Creek G.C. (Don Click, Willis Black, Al Brock, Harold Moms); Lexington C.C. (Buddy Harston. C.E. Peppiatt, Jack Ter-nll, Joe Kennedy). DuMAURIER OPEN At Toronto First round Todd Woodbridge d. Mark Woodforde (15) 6-3. 7-5; Alberto Berasategui (11) d. Filip DeWulf 6-4. 6-0: Francisco Clavet (12) d. Mauncio Hadad 6- 4. 6-4; Javier Sanchez d. Scott Draper 7- 6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-5); Gregory Carraz d. Mark Knowles 6-4, eM; Mikael Tillstrom d. Joern Renzenbrink 6-3. 1-6, 6-3; Alex Corretja d. Guy Forget 6-3. 3-6, 6-3: Andrea Gaudenzi d. Arnaud Boetsch (10) 4-6. 7-5. 6-2; Sebastien Lareau d. Joceiyn Robichaud 6-1, 6-4; Patnck Rafter d. Carlos Costa 7-6 (6-6). 6-2; Daniel Vacek d. Bemd Karbacher 6-4, 4-6. 6-3; Chris Woodruff d. Sebastien LeBlanc 6-4, 6-3. HAMLET CUP At Commack, N.Y. First round Hicham Arazi d. Magnus Larsson (8) 6-3. 2-6, 6-4; Karol Kucera d. Guillermo Canas 2-6, 6-3, 6-4; Thomas Johansson d. Stefano Pescosolido 6-3, 6-4; Younes El Aynaoui (6) d. Nicolas La-pentti 6-4, 6-3; Martin Damm d. Max Miryni 6-2, 7-6 (7-4); Sergi Bruguera d. Andrei Cherkasov 3-6. 6-3. 7-6 (7-5); Michael Chang (1) d. David Prinosil 6-1.6-3; Nir Welgreen d. Albert Chang 5-7, 6-3, 7-5. TOSHIBA CLASSIC At Carlsbad, Calif. First round Naoko Sawamatsu d. Sabine Hack 7-6 (7-5), 6-3; Shi-Ting Wang d. Miriam Oremans 6-1, 6-4; Asa Carlson d. Lisa Raymond 6-4, 6-0. SOUTHERN SECTIONAL CHAMPS. At Mobile, Ala. MEN 3.0 Louisville 3, Brookhaven 2. 3.5 Ashville, N.C. 3, Louisville 2. 4.5 Louisville 2, Knoxville. Tenn. 1; Louisville 2, Ocean Springs, Miss. 1. WOMEN 2.5 Memphis, Tenn. 5. Louisville 0; Ridgetand, Miss. 4. Louisville 1 : Marietta, Ga. 4. Louisville 1. 3.0 Snellville, Ga. 4, Louisville 1; Jackson, Miss. 4. Louisville 1; Louisville 3, Hixson. Tenn 2. 3.5 Rome, Ga. 3. Louisville 2: Memphis, Tenn. 3, Louisville 2; Little Rock, Ark. 3, Louisville 2; Little Rock. Ark. 3, Louisville 2. 4.0 Louisville 2, Charlotte. N.C. 1; Louisville 2, Rome, Ga. 1: Leachville. Ark. 2. Louisville 1. 4.5 Birmingham. Ala 2, Louisville 1.; Nashville, Tenn. 3, Louisville 0. Volleyball CONFERENCE USA The Conference USA preseason awards a selected by the head coaches In the league. AM teams 1. Louisville; 2. Houston; 3. South Florida; 4. Saint Louis; 5. Cincinnati; 6. Tulane; 7. Southern Miss; 8. Marquette; 9. Alabama-Birmingham; 10. Memphis: 11. UNC Charlotte; 12. DePaul. Red Division 1. South Florida; 2. Tulane; 3. Southern Miss; 4. Alabama-Birmingham. White Division 1. Louisville; 2. Houston; 3. Memphis; 4. UNC Charlotte. Blue Division 1. Saint Louis; 2. Cincinnati; 3. Marquette; 4. DePaul. All-Conference team Erica Berg-gren, 6-1, Sr.. MB, South Florida: Jackie Byrne. 6-1, Jr., MB, Louisville; Beth Kuh-nell, 6-1, Jr., OH, Louisville; Stephanie Storen, 5-9, Jr., S. Louisville: Marie-Claude Tounllon, 6-0, Sr., H. Houston; Julie Tretten, 6-1, Jr., MH, Saint Louis. Player of the Year Erica Berggren, South Florida. Freshman ot the Year Renee Scheldt, Cincinnati. ARCA Event No. 19 At Springfield, III. Results ot Sunday's ARCA Bondo-Mer-Hyde Supercar Series Event No. 19 from the Illinois Stat Fairgrounds: 1. Tim Steele, Coopersville, Mich., 104 laps 2. Bobby Bowsher, Springfield, Ohio, 104 3. Glenn Brewer, Columbus, Ga., 104 4. Marvin Smith, Ashville, Ohio, 104 5. Roger Blackstock, Shelby, Mich. Other 31. Frank Kimmel, Jeffersonville, 53, suspension 34. Dennis English, Benton, Ky., 25, clutch Series point leader: 1. Tim Steele, 5.090; 2. Bobby Bowsher, 4,370; 3. Harris Devane. 4,205; 4. Ed Dixon, 4,015; 5. Blaise Alexander, 4,005. Others: 8. Frank Kimmel, 2,205. Woody1 Softball Classic At Newburg Sport Complex Championship game Joe D's (Cleveland) 25, Andrew s Farm (Guthrie, Ky.) 21. NSA B State Tournament At Lexington, Ky. Apoxy Bonding (Louisville) 21, OAW (Paducah) 8: Apoxy Bonding 15, Steelers Softball (Paducah) 14; Apoxy Bonding 17, Eastwood Lawn Care 16; Championship game Apoxy Bonding 25, TIMS Softball 12 (Nicholasville). Jay's AutoShively Sports Municipal Leagues At St Ignatius GE Waco 16, M&M Boys 14; Toy Tiger 14, National City Processing 2; Louisville Police 31, Eden-side 3. Tonight Old Hickory Inn vs. Ken's Softball, 7 p.m.: Container Port Group vs. Phoenix Softball vs. Star Limo, 8 p.m; After HoursJ-Town Sports vs. Star Brite, 9 p.m. graham College football SATURDAY'S GAMES (Horn team In CAPS) FAVORITE POINTS UNDERDOG Texas A81M 6V4 BYU SUNDAY'S GAMES Penn State 2V4 Southern Cal GIL THORP by Jack Berrill LSvESvth KtaS Tf,-S-',J5IEN!'Y PWULAstaT IT'S THE T WE'uU SOON HIlSNEW J VAS J XiieJH-HE ) I'VE SEEM I SAN7TZA? 1 FiN? OUT IP lSok H45 Trlv s??iSJ,'Ts Jtoomamv iMwsiefJ ewes wot OUaHT Ij-v ilNsPP'UUAPt.' yATWLETES ABOUT J CAVg OF ON hiaa7 VtL iKTrr 1 1 f T aust r the foot- j a ' Iky K7v m k l -,u k,,,iktd,-u I L.fe.a-- iimfr-.k.,' , ,1 Frerotte Miller Redskins' Frerotte, Steelers' Miller win quarterback derbies Associated Press Gus Frerotte won out over Heath Shuler in the Washington quarterback sweepstakes, and Jim Miller beat out Mike Tomczak and Kordell Stewart in Pittsburgh. That means Stewart will resume his "slash" duties. Quarterback Tommy Maddox, on the other hand, has no duties for the time being, gone from the New York Giants despite coach Dan Reeves' best attempts to find him a job. And Rodney Peete, the Eagles' starting quarterback, could miss a game or two with a knee injury. It was decision day yesterday. With one week left in the exhibition season, teams have until 4 p.m. today to cut rosters to 60 players. Both the Washington and Pittsburgh decisions were upsets, and to some extent so was the one in New York because Reeves has been a Maddox supporter ever since making him Denver's 1992 first-round draft pick. Washington coach Norv Turner has been trying to work in Shuler, the first quarterback taken in the 1994 draft, for two seasons to justify his $19.8 million, eight-year contract. But Shuler, who has been inconsistent and plagued by injuries, had a disastrous performance Friday in a 28-7 loss to Cincinnati. So Turner went with Frerotte, a seventh-round pick the same year Shuler was the third pick overall. "What I'm looking for from a quarterback is a guy who can give us consistency on a week-to-week basis, on a quarter-to-quarter, play-to-play basis," Turner said. "Right now, I think Gus Frerotte is in a position to give us consistency." Miller, Stewart and Tomczak were competing to replace Neil O'Donnell, who signed for $24 million with the New York Jets after quarterbacking the Steelers to the Super Bowl. Coach Bill Cowher had been thought to be leaning toward Tomczak, a 12-year veteran. Stewart, a major contributor last year as a rookie wide receiverrunnerquarterback, was the favorite of Steelers fans. But Cowher went instead for Miller, a sixth-round draft choice in 1994 who was 32 of 56 for 397 yards last year with two touchdowns and five interceptions. "There may be people that agree with it. There may be people that disagree with it," Cowher said. "The only prerequisite I've used is I'm doing what's in the best interests of the football team." Cowher said Tomczak will remain the backup and Stewart will resume his varied role last year he was 5 of 7 passing with one TD, ran 15 times for 86 yards and a TD and caught 14 passes for 235 yards and a TD. "I guess I'm a 'Slash' again," Stewart said. "My chance will come. I'm determined to make that happen." Maddox, Dave Brown's backup, played himself off the Giants with two straight poor exhibition games. Several hours later, Reeves blasted Giants fans for having unmercifully booed Maddox and said if they weren't satisfied with the way the team was playing to boo him. As for Peete, Eagles trainer James Collins said he could miss the season opener with a sprained knee ligament. Ty Detmer would replace Peete. Bears' Zorich out for '96 Chris Zorich, the heart of Chicago's defensive line, will miss the entire 1996 season because of a torn knee ligament suffered Saturday against New Orleans. The tackle, a Chicago native known for his work with children and charities through his own foundation, seemed more distressed by news from the Illinois State Fair in Springfield, where a 14-year-old girl fell from a carnival ride and was killed last week. "That's tragic; she never had a chance . . . and here I have a little knee injury," he said. Bengals cut Rucker Defensive tackle Keith Rucker, who started 14 games last season, was among seven players cut by Cincinnati. In other news, general manager Mike Brown scheduled a news conference for today at Georgetown (Ky.) College to announce plans for holding future training camps there. The Bengals have trained at Wilmington College in Ohio since the team began play in 1968. Jets cut Frost, Paci Rookie Johnny Frost, a linebacker from the University of Louisville, and quarterback John Paci from Indiana University were among 17 players cut by the New York Jets. Coach Rich Ko-tite said that Paci, however, is a candidate for the five-man practice squad. Paci, who last played at 1U. in 1994, didn't play pro ball last season. Colts' Bell out 4 weeks f Indianapolis announced that backup quarterback Kerwin Bell likely will be out four weeks with a sprained knee. That probably erases any possibility the Colts might trade No. 2 quarterback Craig Erickson. Raiders assistant quits Oakland defensive coordinator John Fox has resigned in a move that surprised coach Mike White. Fox, 41, quit for undisclosed personal reasons, the club announced. Linebackers coach Fred Whittingham will assume Fox's job on an interim basis. "I was taken totally by surprise," White said. "We tried to talk him out of it, but he had just made up his mind." Lorenzo White cut New Orleans cut former All-Pro running back Lorenzo White, who joined the Saints during the off-season as a free agent. Among other area players: . Giants waive Stinson The New York Giants cut U of L center Jason Stinson. . . . The Arizona Cardinals let go U of L defensive tackle Alton Jones. In an exhibition game last night: Dolphins 24, Vikings 17 Warren Moon made four of Minnesota's five fumbles, and host Miami took advantage to beat the Vikings, Defensive end Trace Armstrong picked up a Moon fumble and ran 6 yards for a TD. 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