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THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1999 7C Clipboard High school, area events canceled College football Pro football schools NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE EasT W L T Pet. PF PA Indianapolis i 0 0 1.000 31 14 New England 1 0 0 1.000 30 28 Miami 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Buffalo 0 1 0 . 000 14 31 N Y. Jets 0 1 0 . 000 28 30 Central W L T Pet. PF PA Jacksonville I 0 0 1.000 41 3 Tennessee 1 0 0 1.000 36 35 Pittsburgh 1 0 0 1.000 43 0 Cleveland 0 1 0 .000 0 43 Baltimore 0 1 0 .000 10 27 Cincinnati 0 1 0 .000 35 36 West W L T Pet. PF PA Denver 0 0 0 .000 0 0 San Diego 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Kansas City 0 1 0 . 000 17 20 Oakland 0 1 0 . 000 24 281 Seattle 0 1 0 .000 20 28 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Arizona I 0 0 1.000 25 24 Dallas I 0 0 1.000 41 35 N Y Giants 1 0 0 1.000 17 13 Philadelphia 0 1 0 .000 24 25 Washington 0 1 0 . 000 35 41 Central W L T Pet. PF PA Chicago 1 0 0 1 000 20 17 Detroit ) 0 0 1.000 28 20 Green Bay 1 0 0 1.000 28 24 Minnesota 1 0 0 1 000 17 14 Detroit I 0 0 1.000 28 20 Tampa Bay 0 1 0 .000 13 17 West W L T Pet. PF PA New Orleans i 0 0 1.000 10 St. Louis 1 0 0 1.000 27 10 Atlanta 0 1 0 .000 14 17 Carolina 0 I 0 000 10 19 San Francisco 0 1 0 .000 3 41 Sunday's results if Dog racingPa!m Beach Monday's results 1st - C RP Time 30.00 6-Jeste Breeze 13 80 7 00 8 60 5 Marborus Savvy 5 00 3 20 4 Michigan Crude 5.00' O: 54 131.60 P: 6-5 S63.80 T: 6-S-4 1,723.40 ' 2nd - B RP Time 30.05 6 Lip Service 15 60 6 60 5.40 , 4-Forbes Architrev 9.80 4.60' 8-Jolly Rich 3.20, O: 4-6 S43.00 P: 6-4 $118.20 T: 6-4-8 1268.00 Super: 6-4-8-5 $1,427.20 DDouble: 6-6 S189.40 3rd - E RP Time 30.51 1- Jamies Dowadiddy 17 80 8 20 3 60 4-RowleyChowlie 12.00 11.20 2- Hey Cliff 2.40 O: 1-4 171 20 P: 1-4 S143.N T: 1-4-2 $471.60 4th - O RP Time 30.42 8-A Bar Pearl 18 40 10 20 4 00 7 Gem's Jonah 4.40 2 40, 3- Zingo Class 2.80 O: 7-8 S26.0O P: 8-7 182.80 T: 8-7-3 S227.80 Supertecta: 8-7-3-2 $1,292.60 5th - M RP Time JO SO 4- Summerlln 7.X 4 40 3.00 5- Kb'sWindup 5.20 3 00 7-Mps Lowell 4.00. O: 4-5 $14.00 P: 4-5 $21.80 T: 4-5-7 $186.60 Bet 3: 1-8-4 $994.80 6th - A RP Time 19.96 4-Ross' Bomber 12 80 7 20 4 60 6- Ee's Dream Lead 8 00 4.40 2-Vic's Solo Mia 3.60 O: 4-6 $73.00 P: 44 $202.60 T: 4-6-2 $905.40 Superfecta: 4-6-2-all $1,342.20 . 7th D RP Time 30.11 2- Miz Harriet 16 20 6 20 8 20 1 Rainbows Duchess 4.60 4 SO 3- Off To Jersey 17.80 Q: 1-2 $40.80 P: 2-1 $184.40 T: 1-1-3 $585.40 Sth - B RP Time 30.23 3- Dory's Boopsie 22 80 11 00 6 40 4- Nxs Simper Fi 5 40 7 20 2 Princess Athenia 6.40 O: 3-4 $39.00 P: 3-4 $114.40 i T: 3-4-2 $794.80 Supertecta: 3-4-2-1 $3,229.20 ' 9th - C RP Time 30.31 1- PatC Nightcap 12.60 6 20 3 20 4- Dd's Powerdrive 6.80 3 80 2- Aklns Pltchblack 3.40 O: 1-4 $47.40 P: 1-4 $59.20 T: 1-4-2 $532.60 Bet 3: 2-3-1 $2,014.60 10th B RP Tlmt 30.05 6-Mohlcan Jay 12.00 4.60 3.60 1- Pf Snapshot 4.60 3 40 3- Brothers Piggy 5.40 0: 1-6 $66.40 P: 6-1 $115.40 T: 6-1-3 $855.40 Superfecta: 6-1-3-5 $4,344.10 Uth D RP Time 30. 14 6- Oouble Click 8.20 8 00 6 00 7- Miz Ranee 10.40 13 .00 5- Scooter's Jackie 6 80 O: 6-7 $67.20 P: 6-7 $83.60 1st Half TwinTrl: 6-7-5 $270.60 12th A RP Time 29.67 7-Rb Soaring Eagle 24 60 36 00 4- Bg's Greenback 6.20 3 80 2- Compuserve 3.80 Q: 4-7 $48.40 P: 7-4 $211.60 T: 7-4-2 $644.20 Superfecta: 7-4-24 $2,344.20 Uth D RP Time 30.19 3- Head For It 15.00 6 40 4.40 B-Hey Lumpkin 3.60 4.80 5- Expectations 3.80 Q: 34 $35.80 P: 34 $76.00 T: 34-5 $400.00 TwinTri Carryover: $1,082.62 14th - C RP Time 30.20 1- ABarHIHdale 7.60 5 40 3 20 7 Hi Ranger Red 9.80 5 20 2- Ronbor Scott 2.80 0: 1-7 $40.20 P: 1-7 $59.60 T: 1-7-2 $225.40 Super: 1-7-24 $731.80 Bet 3: 2 out of 3 $4160 Attn:949 Handle:$260,698.M Invitational cross-country meet in Fort Pierce. The meet was called off because FPL employees are on standby and will not be available to run the meet, said Westwood Athletic Director Bob Lyle, whose school was supposed to host the meet. "We'll try to reschedule it for October," Lyle said. Palm Beach Atlantic College has postponed its men's soccer game today against Embry-Riddle. However, all PBAC athletic events scheduled for this weekend are still on. Indian River Community College's home volleyball matches scheduled for today and Thursday against Brevard Community College and Pasco-Hernando have been postponed. The Brevard match will be played Sept. 27 and the Pioneers will face Pasco-Hernando on Nov. 4. The University of Miami's women's soccer game against FIU today has been rescheduled for Oct. 27. Florida Atlantic University's men's soccer match against Jacksonville University, scheduled for Wednesday night, has been postponed and will be rescheduled. The Palm Beach Kennel Club, which offers simulcast wagering on Tuesdays, will be closed today, as will all other parimutuel outlets in South Florida. By Steve Dorsey arid Julius Whigham II Palm Beach Post Staff Writers Events from college soccer to parimutuels to high school volleyball matches have been canceled or postponed today because of Hurricane Floyd. --:.The storm also could affect high school football gdmes scheduled for Friday night. v "The big problem with football is that we're looking at almost a whole week with no! practice," said John I. Leonard High Assistant Principal Yetta Greene, who also is the executive secretary of the Palm Beach County Athletic Conference in charge of assigning officials to high school games. 3 c, Greene said there is a 'possibility some football games could be postponed or moved to Saturday," but those decisions likely will not be made until Thursday after the storm. .All high school activities involving Palm Beach County public schools including football practices, cross-country and swimming meets and -vplleyball matches were suspended at 5 p.m. Monday. K In addition to school closings, all high school athletic events scheduled for today and Wednesday have been postponed. . a Also postponed is Saturday's Florida Power & Light Volleyball State poll The Florida Sportswriters Association high school volleyball poll, with total poll points ana first piece votes in pareninesis: Class 6A I. Boca Raton Olympic Heights (2-0) 39 (3). 2. Venice (3-0) 35. 3. Winter Springs (7-1) 31 (1). 4. Edgewater (7-0) 25. 5. Spanish River (3-0) 20. 6. South Plantation (3-0) 19. 7. Cooper City (3-0) 14. 7. Palm Bay (1-0) 14. 9. Tallahassee Leon (5-0) 10. 10. Miami Braddock (5-0) 5. Also receiving votes: Orange Park 3, Or lando Cypress creek (6-0) i. Class SA 1. Stuart Martin County (54) 40 (4). 2. Clearwater (6-1) 34. 3. Plant City Durant (3-0) 33. 4. Gainesville (3-0) 28 5. Ft. Laud. St. Thomas Aquinas (3-0) 19. 6. Satellite Beach Satellite (7-1) 17. 7. Punta Gorda Charlotte 16. I. Palm Beach Gardens (2-1) 10. 9. Neptune Beach Fletcher 7. 10. Flagler Palm 5. Also receiving votes: Sarasota (51) Jacksonville Terry Parker 4, Lakeland George Jenkins (2-0) 3, Gainesville Buchholz (4-0) 2. Class 4A 1. Riviera Beach Suncoast 40 (4). 2 Hudson (4-0) 34. 2. Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 34. 4. Winter Haven 26. 5. Zephyrhills (3-1) 22. 6. Lehigh Acres Lehigh 20. 7. Fort Myers Cypress Lake 13. 8 Gainesville Eastside (3-2) 9. 9. Fernandina Beach 6. 10. Lake Gibson (3-2) 5. Also receiving votes: Titusville Astronaut (2-2)4. Class 3A 1. Melbourne Central Catholic (3-0) 40 (4), 2. Ft. Laud. Cardinal Gibbons (4-0) 36. 3. Sarasota Cardinal Mooney (4-0) 32. 4. Orlando Bishop Moore (3-0) 27. 5. Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest (2-0) 23. 6. Clearwater Central Catholic (6-1) 19. 7. Jacksonville Bolles 17. I. Crawfordville Wakulla 9. 9. Keystone Heights (3-0) 9. 10. St. Petersburg Catholic (6-2) 5. Also receiving votes: Fort Myers Bishop verot 2. Class 2A 1. Berkeley Prep (0-0) 40 (4). 2. Ft. Laud Westminster Academy (4-0) 34. 3. Tampa Prep (3-4) 31. 4. Miami Westminster Christian (3-0) 28. 5. Orlando Lake Highland Prep (4-0) 24. 6. Fort Pierce John Carroll 21. 7. North Florida Christian 15. a Winter Park Trinity Prep (8-2) 14. 9. Maitland Orangewood Christian (4-2) 6. 10. St. Petersburg Shorecrest Prep (3-5) 4. Also receiving votes: P.K. Yonge (3 0) 1. Naples St. John Neumann 1, St. Petersburg Northside Christian (4-3) I. Class A 1. Gainesville Oak Hall (8-0) 40 (4). 2. Lake Worth Christian 35. 3. Tampa Bayshore Christian (3-0) 33. 4. Merritt Island Christian (8-1) 26. 5. Fort Myers Canterbury 25. 6. Milton Central 15. 7. Princeton Christian (3-0) 8. 7. Orlando Master's Academy (7-1) 8. 9. St. Petersburg Keswick Christian (3-4) 7. 9. South Daytona Warner Christian 7. Also receiving votes: Pine Castle Christian (5-0) 6, Hawthorne (4-1) 3, Sarasota Chris tian (4-1) 3, Jupiter Christian (3-2) 2, Tren ton (4-0) 1, Mount Dora Bible (3-1) I. Hockey National Hockey League Exhibition EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L T RT Pts GF GA New Jersey N Y Islanders N Y. Rangers Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago 20, Kansas City 17 New Orleans 19, Carolina 10 New England 30, New York Jets 28 Green Bay 28, Oakland 24 Indianapolis 31, Buffalo 14 Arizona 25, Philadelphia 24 St. Louis 27, Baltimore 10 Tennessee 36, Cincinnati 35 Dallas 41, Washington 35, OT Minnesota 17, Atlanta 14 Jacksonville 41, San Francisco 3 Detroit 28, Seattle 20 New York Giants 17, Tampa Bay 13 Pittsburgh 43, Cleveland 0 OPEN: San Diego Monday's result Miami at Denver, lata Sunday's games Arizona at Miami, 1 p.m. Green Bay at Detroit, 1 p.m. Indianapolis at New England, 1 p.m. Jacksonville at Carolina, 1 p.m. Oakland at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 1 p.m. San Diego at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. Seattle at Chicago, I p.m. Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Washington at New York Giants, 1 p.m. New Orleans at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. Cleveland at Tennessee, 4:15 p.m. Denver al Kansas City, 4:15 p.m. New York Jets at Buffalo, 8:20 p.m. OPEN: St. Louis Monday's game Atlanta at Dallas, 9 p.m. Late Sunday Steelers 43, Browns O i; 1 1 j 15F soccer player honored Today's line FAV. OPEN TODAY OU U. DOG Sunday MIAMI Pitt. J'ville Seattle CINC. DETROIT MINN. NEW ENG. NY GIANTS Tampa Bay SAN FRAN. K. CITY TENN BUFFALO OFF Vh tv, S'4 1 OFF 12 4V4 3 5 11 OFF 13Vi 4 OFF (OFF) 2i (38) 9 (44':) 3V4 (39) Arl BALT. CAR. CHICAGO Pk (40'j) San Diego OFF (OFF) G. Bay Oakland Ind. Wash. PHIL: New Orl, Denver Cleveland N.Y. Jets 11 (47Vi) 4vj (443) 2I2 (40) 6'i (36) 10Vl (42'!) OFF (OFF) 15Vi (40) 4 (42) NCAA FOOTBALL Thursday OPENTOOAY Schedule Thursday's game FAR WEST Colorado St. at BYU, p.m. Saturday's games STATE B-CC vs. Howard at Cincinnati, 2:30 p.m. Chowan at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Cent. Florida at Georgia Tech, 7 p.m. FAMU vs. Tenn. St. at Atlanta, 4 p.m. N.C. State at Florida St., 3:30 p.m. Penn St. at Miami, 3:30 p.m. South Florida at W. Kentucky, I p.m. Tennessee at Florida, p.m. EAST Siena at Georgetown, Noon Boston College at Navy, Noon James Madison at New Hampshire, Noon Hofstra at Rhode Island, Noon Massachusetts at Villanova, Noon Towson at Bucknell, 12:30 p.m. West Chester at Delaware, 1 p.m. Duquesne at Fairfield, I p.m. Colgate at Fordham, 1 p.m. Columbia at Harvard, 1 p.m. Lafayette at Holy Cross, 1 p.m. lona at LaSalle, 1 p.m. Monmouth, N.J. at Lehigh, 1 p.m. Cornell at Princeton, I p.m. Butler at St. Francis, Pa., 1 p.m. Marlst at St.John's, NY, I p.m. Canisius at St. Peter's, 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Wagner, 1 p.m. Brown at Yale, I p.m. Buffalo at Connecticut, 1:30 p.m. Dartmouth at Penn, 1:30 p.m. Kent at Pittsburgh, 3:30 p.m. Rowan at Albany, N Y., 6 p.m. Richmond at Maine, 7 p.m. Michigan at Syracuse, 8 p.m. SOUTH Northwestern at Duke, Noon West Virginia at Maryland, Noon Norfolk St. at Delaware St., 1 p.m. ETSU at VMI, 1 p.m. Furman at William & Mary, 1 p.m. W. Virginia St. at Charleston So., 1:30 p.m. Sewanee at Davidson, 1:30 p.m. S. Carolina St. at Morgan St., 1:30 p.m. North Alabama at Elon, 2 p.m. W. III. vs. Nicholls St. at New Orlns, 3 p.m. Savannah St. at Chattanooga, 3:30 p.m. Samford at Tenn. -Martin, 4 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Alabama, 5 p.m. Ark. -Pine Bluff at Hampton U., S p.m. Auburn at LSU, 5 p.m. Wofford at Middle Tennessee, 5 p.m. Army at Tuiane, 6 p.m. Citadel at W. Carolina, 6 p.m. Indiana St. at E. Kentucky, 7 p.m. Union, Tenn. at Jacksonville St., 7 p.m. Illinois at Louisville, 7 p.m. Bowling Green at Marshall, 7 p.m. Vanderbilt at Mississippi, 7 p.m. Oklahoma St. at Mississippi St., 7 p.m. SE Missouri at Murray St., 7 p.m. Tarleton St. at Northwestern St., 7 p.m. East Carolina at South Carolina, 7 p.m. Wake Forest at Virginia, 7 p.m. Grambllng St. at Jackson St., 7:30 p.m. Prairie View at Southern U., 7:30 p.m. Troy St. at Alabama St., I p.m. Alabama A&M at MVSU, 8 p.m. S. Utah at McNeese St., I p.m. Arkansas St. at Memphis, I p.m. Liberty at Tennessee Tech, 8 p.m. MIDWEST Kentucky at Indiana, Noon Southern Miss, at Nebraska, Noon Cent Michigan at Purdue, 1 p.m. Robert Morris at Valparaiso, 1 p.m. Toledo at Ball St., 2 p.m. N. Illinois at Iowa, 2pm E. Michigan at Miami, Ohio, 2 p.m. Wis.-Stevens Pt. at Drake, 2:30 p.m. Illinois St. at Minnesota, 2:30 p.m. Michigan St. at Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m. Temple at Akron, 3 p.m. Wisconsin at Cincinnati, 3:15 p.m. Ohio at Ohio St., 3:30 p.m. Austin Peay at Dayton, 7 p.m. S. Illinois at E. Illinois, 7 p.m. UTEP at Kansas St., 7 p.m. Indiana, Pa. at Youngstown St., 7 p.m. W. Michigan at Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Cent. Washington at N. Iowa, 7:30 p.m. Henderson St. at SW Missouri St., 8 p.m. SOUTHWEST Rice at Texas, Noon Baylor at Oklahoma, 12:30 p.m. Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas, 7 p.m. North Texas at Texas Tech, 7 p.m. Louisiana-Lafayette at Houston, 8 p.m. SW Texas St. at Stephen F.Austin, 8 p.m. Lane at Texas Southern, 8 p.m. Tulsa at Texas A&M, 8:30 p.m. FAR WEST Kansas at Colorado, 3:30 p.m. San Diego St. at Southern Cal, 3:30 p.m. Idaho at Washington St., 4 p.m. Nevada at Oregon, 5 p.m. Georgia Southern at Oregon St., 6:30 p.m. Air Force at Washington, 6:30 p.m. N. Arizona at New Mexico, 8 p.m. Utah St. at Utah, 8 p.m. Idaho St. at Weber St., 8 p.m. Montana St. at Cal Poly-SLO, 9 p.m. UC Davis at Sacramento St., 9 p.m. St. Mary's, Cal. at San Jose St., 9 p.m. Stanford at Arizona, 10 p.m. New Mexico St. at Arizona St., 10 p.m. Cal Lutheran at San Diego, 10 p.m. Fresno St. at UCLA, 10 p.m. Iowa St. at UNLV, 10 p m. E. Washington at Portland St., 10:30 p.m. Boise St. at Hawaii, Mid ATP Tour Mallorca Open Monday's results from the $3.4 million clay-court tournament In Palma Dt Mallorca, Spain: Singles First Round Juan Carlos Ferrero def. Tommy Robredo 6-4, 6-2. Alberto Martin def. Martin Rodriguez 7-6 (7-4), 6-2. Francisco Clavet (5) def. Albert Portas 3-6, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4. Franco Squillari (8) def. Marcelo Filippinl 6-3, 7-5. Julian Alonso def. Oliver Gross 6-2, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (8-6). Ralner Schuttler (7) def. Albert Berasate-gui 7-6 (8-6), 7-5. Juan Antonio Marin def. Roberto Carre-tero 7-6 (7-4), 6-0. Alex Corretja (2) def. David Prlnosll 6-4, 6- 4. Samsung Open Monday's results from the clay-court tournament In Bournemouth, England: Singles First Round Stefan Koubek (5) def. Lee Hyung-Taik 6-4, 7-6 (7-4). Arnaud Oi Pasquale def. Miles Maclagan 6-2, 6 -1. Younes El Aynaoul (3) def. Andrea Gau-denzi 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. President's Cup Monday's results from the $500,000 tournament in Tashkent, Uzbekistan: Singles First Round Sargls Sargslan def. Karol Kucera (4) 6-1, 6-4. Ivo Heuberger def. Jan Kroslak (8) 6-2, retired. Paradorn Srlchaphan def. Ivan Liublcic 7-5, 6-3. Nicolas Kiefer (6) def. Tuomas Ketola 4-6 6-2, 6-1. Marc Rosset (7) def. Dmitri Tomashevlch 6-2, 6-2. Cecil Mamilt def. Alexander Shvec 6-4, 6-1. George Bastl def. Oleo Oaorodov 7-6 (7-5). 6-2. Horse Pit Cle First downs 32 2 Rushes-yards 55-213 9-9 Passing 247 31 Punt Returns 3-17 0-00 Kickoff Returns 0-00 8-119 Interceptions Ret. 2-21 0-00 Comp-Att-Int 24-32-0 6 16-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-12 3-21 Punts 1-35 0 6-47 5 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-2 Penalties-Yards 4-26 4-23 Time of Possession 47:49 12:11 Pittsburgh 7 13 6 17-43 Cleveland 0 0 0 0- 0 High Football Post Top 10 1. Glades Central (2-0) 2. Olympic Heights (2-0) 3. Clewlston 12-0) 4. Atlantic (2-0) 5. Pahokee(O-l) 6. Santaluces (1-1) 7. Pope John Paul (1-1) 8. Palm Beach Lakes ( 1-0) 9. Cardinal Newman (2-0) 10. Royal Palm Beach (2-0) State poll The Florida Sports Writers Association high school football poll, with record, total poll points and first place votes in parenthe sis: Class 6A I. Miami Northwestern (1-0), 128 votes (11) 2. Miami Jackson (2-0), 113 (2). 3. Deerfield Beach (2-0), 90. 4 Miami Central (1-0), 88. 5. Miami Southridge (2-0), 84. 6. Melbourne Palm Bay (2-0), 68. 7. Ft. Lauderdale Dillard ( 1-0), 48. ' 8. Plantation (2-0), 44. 9. Tallahassee Lincoln (2-0), 25 10. Vero Beach (2-0), 22. Also receiving votes: Orlando Evans (1-1) & Orlando Edgewater (2-0) 2; Altamonte Springs Lake Brantley (2-0) Class SA 1. Kissimmee Osceola (2-0), 126 (10). 2. Lakeland (2-0), 119(3). 3. Lake City Columbia (2-0), 105. 4. Springfield Rutherford (2 0), 90. 5. Daytona Beach Mainland (2-0), 75. 6. Jacksonville Ed White 12 0), 57. 7. Tampa Hillsborough (2-0), 53. 8. Hollywood McArthur (2-0), 43. 9. Gainesville (1-1), 19. 10. Sanford Seminole (2-0), 18. Also receiving votes: Plant City (1-1) 5. Boca Raton Olympic Heights (2-0) 4; Port orange spruce creek (2-0) 2. Class 4A 1. Bradenton Southeast (2-0), 129 (12). 2. Ft. Laud. St. Thomas Aquinas (1-1), 102. 3. New Smyrna Beach (2-0), 99. 4. Ft. Myers (2-0), 87(1). 5. Jacksonville Raines (2-0), 72. 6. Estero(2-0), 75. 7. Pensacola Pine Forest (2-0), 52. 8. Auburndale (2-0), 48. 9. Pensacola Escambia (2-0), 25. 10. St. Petersburg Northeast (2-0), 18. Class 3A 1. Belle Glade Central (2-0), 129 (12). 2. Sarasota Booker (2-0), 117 (1). 3. Alachua Santa Fe (2-0), 102 4. Live Oak Suwannee (2-0), 90. 5. Jacksonville Andrew Jackson (2-0), 71 6. Pace (2-0), 65. 7. Palatka (2-0), 53. 8. Lake Wales (1-1), 38. 9. Titusville Astronaut (2-0), 22. 10. Daytona Beach Seabreeze (2-0) 17. Also receiving votes: Naples Barron Col uer ( i-u v; Haines city (Z-oi 8. Class 2A 1. Madison County (2-0), 126 (9) 2. Lake Butler Union County (2-0), 112 (3) 3. Jacksonville Bolles (l-l), 95 (I). 4. Miami Monsignor Pace (1-1), 86. 5. Clewiston (2-0), 80. 6. Frostproof (2-0), 54. 7. Jacksonville Trinity Christian (2-0), 52. 8. PahokeelO-1), 33. 9. Sarasota Cardinal Mooney (2-0) 29. 10. Wllliston (2-0) 11. Also receiving votes: DeFuniak Springs Walton (0-1) 6; Hamilton County (0-2) 5; Fort Lauaeroaie Westminster Academy (2-0) 4; west palm Beacn cardinal Newman (74) 3. Class 1A 1. Trenton (2-0), 124 (8). 2. Tlahassee N. Florida Chr. (1-1), 104 (4) 3. Gainesville P.K. Yonge (1-0), 92. 4. Hollywood Christian (2-0) (1) 4. Jay (2-0), 89. 6. Crescent City (2-0), 72. 7. Vernon (1-0), 54. 8. Belle Glades Day (2-0) 8. Fort Meade (2-0), 37. 10. Wewahitchka (2-0), 14. Also receiving votes: Apalachicola (1-1) & Chiefiand (l-l) 2; Indian Rocks Christian (2- 0) 1. Soccer FACA state poll 1. Maitland-Orangewood Christian (6-0) 2. Bradenton-St. Stephen's (2-0-2) 3. Fort Myers-Canterbury (2-0-1) 4. Lakeland Christian (3-1) 5. Fort Lauderdale-Unlversity (5-0) 6. Gainesville-Oak Hall (3-2) 7. Orange Park-St. John's (3-2) 8. Tampa Prep (5-1) 9. Sarasota Christian (4-0) 10. Tallahassee-Maclay (1-2) Also receiving votes: Summit Christian, Tampa-Semlnole Presbyterian, Palm Bay Covenant Christian, North Miami Beach-Hil lei, Bradenton Academy. Transactions BASEBALL American League Minnesota Twins Purchased contracts of OF Midre Cummings and LHP J.C. Romero trom salt Lane of trie pll. Recalled lb David Ortiz and LHP Mark Redman. FOOTBALL National Football League Chicago Bears-Re-signed K Jeff Jaeger Waived K Brian Gowins Cincinnati Bengals-Placed CB Charles Hsner on iniurea reserve. Detroit Lions Signed DT Luther Eltiss to a six year contract extension. New York Jets-Re-signed DT Ernie Logan. Signed WR Na'il Benjamin to the prac tice squad. Placed QB Vinny Testaverde and RB Leon Johnson on (mured reserve. Seattle Seahawks Signed S Merton Hanks. St. Louis Rams Waived FB Derrick Harris, DT Paul Grasmanis and CB Clifton Crosby. Signed DT Nat Hobgood-Chittick. Resigned FB-TB Chad Levit and S Ron Carpenter. Released LB Byron Jones from the practice squad. HOCKEY National Hockey League Boston Bruins-Signed D Hal Gill. Nashville Predators-Reassigned F Eric Fenton, F Bobby Russell, F Lyle Steenber-gen, F Ryna Tobler, D Jayme Filipowicz and D Kent Sauer to Milwauke of the IHL. New York Islanders-Assigned LW Sean Haggerty to Kansas City of the IHL. Central Hockey League Columbus Cottonmouths-Slgned LW Se-bastien Parent. East Coast Hockey League Charlotte Checkers Acquired D Lee Hamilton from Baton Rouge for LW Jon Sturgis. Dayton Bombers Signed LW Travis Dills-bough. Mississippi Sea Wolves-Signed D Sean Gillam. Mobile Mysticks-Re-signed C Tom No lan. Pee Dee Pride-Signed C Dany Bousquet. West Coast Hockey League Bakerstieta condors bignea lw Kevin Boyd, D Sylvain Thibeault and D Mark Hol-dridge. COLLEGE Ohio Valley Conference Announced a five-year contract extension with the Gay-lord Entertainment Center, for Its basketball tournaments, through 3006. Lehman Named Amy Crossman assistant women's basketball coach. TempleAnnounced the resignation of Kevin Lorinci, assistant sports media relations director. Scratched: None Won ridden out. PICK Sth - 5 fur; 50.000-45,000. Value Winner: Dk B. Trainer-Robert Local corner Sept. 11. The 6-foot, right-side hitter, who had double-doubles in wins against No. 26 North Carolina and No. 13 Wisconsin, has 947 career digs and needs 53 to become the fourth player in school history to reach 1,000. GOLF Golden Bear event canceled: This week's Golden Bear Tour event scheduled for Jonathan's LandingOld Trail and Ibis has been canceled because of Hurricane Floyd. Qualifying for the state mid-amateur championship scheduled for Wednesday at Bear Lakes has been postponed until Friday. Tennis WTA Tour World rankings 12) '.Special to The Palm Beach Post -'P' GAINESVILLE University of Florida senior soc-Jcer captain Sarah Yohe was named the Southeastern Conference Soccer Player of the IWeek by the league office 1 Monday. Yohe scored four goals in ;three matches, including last -week's game-winners vs. - Kentucky and Vanderbilt. She shares the UF lead in points (14) and goals (six) this season with sophomore Abby Wambach. VOLLEYBALL ' i r i . i j. BUF's Manz honored: -Senior All-America Jenny Manz was named the Southeastern Conference Player of line Week after leading the -sixth-ranked Gators to the 4nnTowner Invitational title 'ATP Tour World rankings .(All rankings through Sept. 12) 1. Andre Agassi 4,470 ' 'j.'Yevgeny Kafelnikov 3,917 V, 3. .Pete Sampras 3,544 47 Todd Martin 2,969 . i Gustavo Kuerten 2,707 j 6. Tim Henman 2,461 j J. (5reg Rusedskl 2,336 8. Marcelo Rios 2,276 9 Richard Kraiicek 2,243 .10. Tommy Haas 2,097 11. Alex Corretja 2,030 MJ. Patrick Rafter 1,939 'ft. Nicolas Kiefer 1,931 14. Nicolas Lapentti 1,866 15. Carlos Moya 1,856 16. Cedric Pioline 1,851 17. Thomas Enqvist 1,710 18. Felix Mantilla 1,704 19. Vincent Spadea 1.502 20. Karol Kucera 1,496 21. Mark Philippoussls 1,494 22. Albert Costa 1,468 23. Magnus Norman 1,462 24. Thomas Johansson 1,459 2 Dominik Hrbaty 1,419 Northeast W L T RT Pts GF GA Ottawa 1 0 0 0 2 4 3 Montreal 1 1 0 0 2 3 5 Boston 0 0 10 12 2 Buffalo 0 0 10 12 2 Toronto 0 10 0 0 0 4 Southeast W L T RT Pts GF GA Atlanla I 1 0 0 2 3 5 Carolina 1 1 0 0 2 4 3 Tampa Bay 1 1 0 0 2 3 4 Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central W L T RT Pts GF GA Chicago 2 1 0 0 4 8 6 Detroit 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 St. Louis 1 1 0 0 2 5 2 Nashville 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 Northwest W L T RT Pts GF GA Edmonton i i 0 0 1 7 5 Vancouver 0 0 10 1 11 Calgary 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 Colorado 0 2 0 0 0 2 7 Pacific W L T RT Pts GF GA Dallas 2 0 I 0 5 10 4 Anaheim 1 0 1 0 3 5 3 Los Angeles 1 0 0 0 2 4 0 San Jose 0 0 2 0 2 2 2 Phoenix 0 2 I 0 I 411 Note: One point for a tie; a team scoring a goal in overtime is credited with a victory in the W column; the team giving up a goal in overtime has its one point credited in the RT column and gets an L. Sunday's results BYU 7 Vi Colorado St. Saturday FLORIDA ST. 27 28 N.C. State Penn St. 3Vt 2"! MIAMI GA.TECH 30 30 Cent. Fla. FLORIDA 1 1 Tennessee DUKE 8Vi 9Northwestern West Virginia 7 7 MARYLAND Bos. Col. 5!i 7 NAVY PITTSBURGH 31 32 Kent INDIANA 7'4 V'l Kentucky PURDUE 36 37 Cent. Mich. OKLAHOMA 9 12 Baylor NEBRASKA 26 28 So. Miss. Toledo 7Vl 6Vl BALL ST. MIAMI, OHIO 24 24 E. Michigan N. OAME 6 6 Mich. St, AKRON 1 Pk Temple Wisconsin 28 25'1 CINCINNATI COLORADO 17 17 Kansas OHIO ST. 40 43 Ohio SO. CAL 20 20Vz S O. St. IDAHO-X 2 3 Wash. St. ALABAMA-y 16 14 La. Tech OREGON 15'i 15 Nevada TULANE m 13 Army IOWA 14"! I4"i N. Illinois WASH. 4's 4 Air Force ARKANSAS-z 37 36NE Louisiana LOUISVILLE 14 12 Illinois MARSHALL 22 22Va Bow. Green MISSISSIPPI 16 W'2 Vanderbilt MISS.ST. 3V4 30klahoma St. S CAR. 1 Pk E. Car. TEXAS 24 26 Rice TEXAS TECH 31 30"i North Texas VIRGINIA lt"2 11 Wake Forest KANSAS ST. 31 32 utep MISSOURI Wi 13"2 W. Michigan HOUSTON 17 18' jSW Louisiana LSU 10 9 Auburn MEMPHIS 18'S Wi Arkansas St. Michigan 6"z 5 SYRACUSE UTAH 18 t"2 Utah St. TEXAS A&M 30 31 Tulsa ARIZONA 1' 14'! Stanford ARIZONA ST. 29 26New Mex. St. Iowa St. 5 5'1 UNLV UCLA 19 20 Fresno St. Boise St. 6 5'-a HAWAII First quarter Pit Stewart 1 run (Brown kick), 5:16. Second quarter Pit-FG Brown 18, 9:56. Pit Huntley 5 pass from Stewart (Brown kick), 4:49. Pit-FG Brown 28, :06. Third quarter Plt-Huntley 3 run (kick failed), 5:28. Fourth quarter Pit-FG Brown 19, 11:10. Pit Huntley 21 pass from Tomczak (Brown kick), 10:48. Pit Ward 1 pass from Tomczak (Brown KICK), 6:08. A 73,138. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Pittsburgh, Bettis 18-89, Zer-eoue 16-42, Huntley 10-41, Stewart 6-33, Wit-man 3-11, Gonzalez 2-(mlnus 3). Cleveland, Kirby 5-10, Edwards 1-1, Shaw 2-(minus 1), Detmer l-(minus 1). PASSING-Pittsburgh, Stewart 15-23-0-173. Tomczak 8 8-0-78. Gonzalez 1-10-8. Cleveland, Detmer 6-13-1-52. Couch 0-3-1-0. RECEIVING-Plttsburgh, Huntley 5-67, Edwards 4-45, Ward 3-51, Hawkins 3-27, Shaw 3-26, Blackwell 2-18, Whitman 2-9, Zereoue I-14, Bettis 1-2. Cleveland, Sheperd 2-32, Johnson 2-13, Edwards 1-5, Kirby 1-2. PUNT RETURNS-Plttsburgh, Edwards 3-17. Cleveland, None. KICKOFF RETURNS-Plttsburgh, None. Cleveland, Powell 4-71, Chlaverlni 2-35, Saleh 1-14, I.Smith l-(minus 1). TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-Plttsburgh, Klrkland 4-0-0, Scott 3-0-0, Porter 2-0-1, Holmes 2-0-0, Gildon 1-0-1, Harrison 1-0-0, Oldham 1-0-1, Roye 1-0-0, Fiala 1-0-0, Kelsay 1-0-0, Simmons 1-0-0, Townsand 1-0-0, Ward 1-0-0, Shields 0-1-0. Cleveland, Rainer 9-5-0, McTyer 90-0, Fuller 7-2-0, J.Miller 7-0-0, Pope 7-0-0, Langham 6-0-0, McNeil 3-2-0, Abdullah 3-1-0, Poland 4-0-0, Thierry 2-2-0, Thompson 2-1-0, Alexander 1-2-1, Jurkovic 2-0-0, A.Miller 2-0-0, Forbes 1-0-0, Jones 1-0-0, McCormack 1-0-0, McCutcheon 1-0-0, M.Smith 1-0-0, Gibson 1-0-0, Powell 1-0-0, Kirby 1-0-0. INTERCEPTIONS-Pittsburgh, Shields 1-12, Oldham 1-9. Cleveland, None. MISSED FIELD GOALS None. Canadian Football League 1. Martina Hingis 5620 2. Lindsay Davenport 4697 3. Venus Williams 3991 4. Serena Williams 3144 5. Monica Seles 2976 6. Mary Pierce 2628 7. Barbara Schett 1918 8. Julie Halard-Decugis 1905 9. Amanda Coetzer 1905 10. Nathalie Tauziat 1796 11. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicarlo 1786 12. Sandrlne Testud 1721 13. Dominique Van Roost 1718 14. Amelie Mauresmo 1699 15. Anna Kournikova 1619 16 Conchita Martinez 1541 17. Elena Llkhovtseva 1449 18. Jana Novotna 1420 19. Irina Spirlea 1319 20. Anke Huber 1293 21. Ruxandra Dragomlr 1279 22. Amy Frazier 1266 23. Natasha Zvereva 1265 24. Patty Schnyder 1263 25. Chanda Rubin 1230 x-at Pullman, Wash, y-at Birmingham, Ala. z-at Little Rock, Ark. HOME TEAM IN CAPS Soccer Major League Soccer New Jersey 3, Pittsburgh 2 Detroit 3, New York Rangers 1 St. Louis 4, Atlanta 0 Tampa Bay 2, Carolina 1 Anaheim 4, Colorado 2 Ottawa 4, Edmonton 3 Dallas 2, Phoenix 2 Chicago 4, Toronto 0 Montreal 2, Calgary 1 Vancouver 1, San Jose 1 Monday's results New York Rangers 5, Phoenix 2 Dallas 5, Chicago 2 Ottawa at Calgary, late Today's games Carolina vs. Florida at Fort Myers. Fla.. canceled, hurricane Nashville at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m. Atlanta at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Toronto at Edmonton, 9 p.m. Montreal at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Colorado at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. Boxing Schedule Friday At Ail-American Sport Park, Las Veoas (ESPN2), Antonio Diaz, Coachella, Calif., vs. Emanuel Burton, Chicago, 12, for Diaz's IBA super lightweight title; Lamon Brewster. Los Angeles, vs. Quinn Navarre, Slidell, La., iu, heavyweights. Money leaders 1. Andre Agassi 2. Yevgeny Kafelnikov 3. Pete Sampras 4 Gustavo Kuerten 5. Patrick Rafter r fj. Marcelo Rios .7. Todd Martin "8. Tim Henman j. ). Richard Kraiicek 10. Mark Philippoussls i'il. Carlos Moya ,,12Nicolas Kiefer ' K. Jonas Biorkman 14. Tommy Haas i 15. Nicolas Lapentti 16. Thomas Enqvist 17. Thomas Johansson 18. Cedric Pioline 19 Leander Paes 20. Felix Mantilla 21. Greg Rusedski "R" Albert Costa 23. Dominik Hrbaty 24 Fabrice Santoro 25,' Sandon Stolle Eastern W L SOW Pts GF GA X-D.C. 21 1 5 S3 37 x-Columbus 16 11 5 38 41 31 Tampa Bay 13 15 5 29 41 43 Miami 11 17 S 23 34 50 New England 10 18 4 22 35 50 NY-N J 6 22 3 12 27 58 Western W L SOW Pts GF GA x-Los Angeles 18 9 3 48 41 22 x-Colorado 17 9 4 43 37 32 x-Chicago 15 12 1 43 46 29 X-Dallas 15 13 2 41 46 30 San Jose 15 12 10 25 37 47 Kansas City 8 20 2 20 3 2 50 40. Corina Morahu 736 Money leaders 1. Martina Hingis $2,204,180 2. Serena Williams $1,664,171 3. Lindsay Davenport $1,578,263 4. Venus Williams $1,428,082 5. Steffi Graf $1,193,367 6. Monica Seles $686,680 7. Jana Novotna $604,854 8. Anna Kournikova $548,624 9. Mary Pierce $548,092 10. Arantxa Sanchez-Vlcario $496,221 11. Barbara Schett $430,385 12. Elena Likhovtseva $411,707 13. Amelie Mauresmo $391,676 14. Natasha Zvereva $375,452 15. Julie Halard-Decugis $374,545 16. Amanda Coetzer $369,970 17. Conchita Martinez $353,542 18. Nathalie Tauziat $350,582 19. Corina Morahu $348,930 20. Sandrine Testud $328,746 21. Lisa Raymond $310,514 22. Ai Sugiyama $302,763 23. Chanda Rubin $277,396 24. Patty Schnyder $277,259 25. Ruxandra Dragomlr $271,872 S2.25U28 11,480,218 11,401,256 J 1,389, 309 $1,254,574 $917,447 $901,124 $886,694 $875,397 $840,839 $760,687 $718,518 $714,735 $690,318 $686,078 $646,856 $645,037 $622,018 $603,065 $601,207 $544,515 $531,319 $528,722 $524,070 $515,503 Also -'3. Vincent Spadea $429,259 Eastern Division W L T Pts PF PA Montreal 7 3 0 14 243 205 Hamilton 5 5 0 10 327 245 Toronto 5 5 0 10 229 214 Winnipeg 2 8 0 4 198 337 Western Division W L T Pts PF PA B.C. 8 2 0 16 281 221 Calgary 7 3 0 14 313 218 Edmonton 3 7 0 6 262 299 Saskatchewan 3 7 0 6 199 314 Note: Two points for a regulation or overtime win and one point for a tie. Saturday's result Toronto 28, Saskatchewan 3 Sunday's results Montreal 52, Hamilton 19 B.C. 20, Winnipeg 16 Friday's game x-clinched playoff berth. NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for shootout win and zero points for loss. Shootout (SOW) is a subset of wins. Wednesday's game DC United al Columbus, 7:30 p m. Edmonton at Saskatchewan, 10 p.m. racingCalder Scratched: Miss A. J. Avedon TRIFECTA (2-4-3) Paid 1222 60 SUPERFECTA (2-4-34) Paid 1482.00 THREE (3-4-2) Paid 142.00 Monday's results - ? 1999 DAILY RACING FORM INC. J Weather: Cloudy. Track: Fast. 5-Try N Pass (Molina) J-Cosmlc Road (Homeistor, Jr.) 1-Ester Lee (Rivera, II) 2.60 3.60 2.18 2.N 2.18 3-Oarn Plenty (Toribio) 2-Vegas Alarm (Castellano) S-Queen of Oz (Homeister, Jr.) Horse, Weight p 4 Str Fin Equv Lord Bates, 119 6 4-3 2nd Ihd 1.20 Matt's Bubble, 115 4 6 4hf 2nk 3.10 Streetervllle, 115 3 Ihf l-l 3-2 2.60 Bush Won, 117 I Shd 5-2 4-IV, 9 40 I'm impressed, 117 5 2-lhf 3-1 5-11 12.50 Legs Galore, 117 2 3hf 6 6 11)0 4th - t'.i fur; 113,000 Open 3 year olds and up; clmg; clmg 16,000-14,000. Value of race 13,000. Value to winner 7,800. Winner: Ch C,4,by Crusader Sword-Closing Line by Court Trial. Trainer-Edward Plesa, Jr. Owner: Trilogy Stables. Start good. Won driving. Time: 23 46 1:11 1:18. 4.20 4.00 6.40 4.00 4.20 9-Lord Bates (Coa) 6-Matf s Bubble (Castellana) lA-Streetervllle (Jurado) EXACTA (5-3) Paid $68 80 TRIFECTA (5-3-1) Paid 1449 SO $1 SUPERFECTA (5-3-14) Paid 110,583.50 DAILY DOUBLE (1-5) Paid $62 20 i- 1st - 6 fur; $13,000 til 3 year olds; clmg; clmg 16,000-14,000. Value of race 13,000. Value to winner 7,800 winner: . B F,3,by Dawn Quixote-Set Swissh by Sezyou. Trainer- Shawn Musgrave. Owner: Nut Tree Stable. Start good. 121,800 Open 2 year olds maiden clmg; clmg of race 21,800. Value to winner 15,000. C,2,by Unreal Zeal-Si Si Sezyou by Sezyou. A. Hale. Owner: Anne Yates. Start good. Scratched: None 2.66 100 2.28 2.48 2.68 EXACTA 13-2) Paid 114.20 PICK THREE (2-7-3) Paid 1120 40 Scratched: Beautiful Actress, Queen Palm, Miss Glitter-man, Darling Bobl 10th - 6 fur; 17,500 til 3 i 4 year olds maiden clmg; clmg 12,500-AII. Value of race 7,500. Value to winner 4,500. Winner: Ok B. F,4,by Dynaformer-Syrian Silence by Damascus. Trainer-Cathy Rountree. Owner: Emerald Pastures Corp Inc. Start good. Won driving. Time: 22 46 1:00 1:14. Time: 22 46 59. 3rd - jVt fur; $7,500 fil 2 year olds maiden clmg; clmg 12,500-AII. Value of race 7,500. Value to winner 4,500. Winner: Gr F,2,by With Approval-Clever Thing by On to Glory. Trainer-Luis Olivares. Owner: Cobble View Sta- Horse, Weight P Vi Str Fin Equv EZ Line, 117 4 2-3 2-2 14a 1.70 Hasty Flight, 112 5 Ihd l-l 2hd 2.10 Tom Canty, 115 2 3hd 3hd 3 9 60 Kipper Kellyson, IIS 1 4-3hf 4-7 4-1 Ihf 140 In the Big Time, 115 3 5 5 5 22 80 4- E Z Line (Toribio) S.40 1 20 3.18 5- Hiiry Flight (Melton) 1.28 1.28 EXACTA (94) Paid 112 20 TRIFECTA (94-1) Paid 127 00 SUPERFECTA (94-1-3) Paid 157 60 PICK ThREE (5-1-9) Paid $118 60 Worse, Weight P Vi Sir Fin Iquv Oawn'aSez. 115 I 5-1 3hf 1-ltif 2.40 Beakrls, 115 3 3-5 1-lhf 2-2hf 3.70 Talented Bet, 108 6 7 5-2hf 3nk 19 30 Sunshine One, 108 5 2nd 2-1 4-5'A 1.40 -Sunmlst, 109 2 Ihd 4-1 5no 6.60 to One Strolling, 117 7 6hd 6-lhf 6-3 7.60 Rurl tor Glory, 113 4 4-1 1 7 7 54 60 ble. Start good. Won driving. Time: 22i 47t 1:0m l:08S. Horse, Weight P H Str Fin Equv RealSurge.llO 6 l-l 14 I4W 5 20 General Blue, 110 1 3rd 2hf 2-1 0.90 Tketmetomketme, 117 2 6-1 5-4 3 15 80 Dancer's Wish, 117 5 2-1 3-lhf 4nk II 10 Kombat Kat, 117 3 54 4-2 5-3 2 80 Denver Mint, 117 7 7 7 64hf 1180 Star of Ishtar, 117 4 4hd 6hd 7 15.40 2-Tom Canty iF9rr9r) EXACTA (4-5) Paid 113.60 PICK THREE (9-3-4) Paid 140.00 Scratched: Elite Jeblar, Take Charge Megan, Red-former. Beau Dancer Sth - 6 fur; $8,000 fil and mares 3 year olds and up; clmg; clmg 6,250AII. Value of race 8,000. Value to winner 4,800. Winner: B F,3,by American Standard-Faint Praise by Commemorate. Trainer-Julian Canet. Owner: Harvey Tenenbaum. Start good. Won driving. Time: 22 46 59 r 4-Oawn'a Sez (Nunez) 3-leakris (Castellana) V. (Talented Bet (Codilla) 4.00 3.40 2.60 2.40 4.80 7-Real Surge (Cedilla) 1- General Blue (Molina) 2- Taketimetomaketlme (Nunez) Scratched: Duke's Wildcat Horse, Weight P H Str Fin Equv Clever Account, 117 1 2-lhf 1-4 l-4hf 1.60 Tango Devil, 117 7 6-3 5-1 2-2 2.70 Spa Country, 117 3 4-1 4-lhf 344 35.30 Hckrykpperydock, 117 9 Ihd 2-lhf 4hf 5.40 Plrl the Champ, 108 2 3-2 3hf Shi 7.70 Dh Bronla's Brat, 112 6 5hd 6hd 6 3.60 Dh-Sklff's Dancer, 107 8 Shd 7-2 6-lu 30.00 Pucha, 117 5 7-lhf 8-8 8-19 61.60 Beit Girl Up, 117 I 9 9 9 77 60 1-Clever Account (Coa) 5.28 3.28 2.60 7-Tanga Devil (Bain) 3.60 2.60 Horse, Weight p Vi Str Fin Equv Oynamite Form, 122 II 7-lhf 5ht Ink 4.20 Tiltalady, 119 5 5-2hf 3hf 2nk 7 10 Thats Maria, 119 10 4-1 4-lhf 3hf 5.50 Pam's Gold, 112 7 2-1 M 4-5V. 2.50 Haleeah's Star, 122 1 Shf 7-1 5-r 125.00 Silver Love, 119 6 Shf 6-lhf 6 14.80 Mythical Star, 119 3 Ihf 2hd 7hf 3 10 Laylln, 115 8 10-3 8-2nf 8-3hf 21 40 No Time to Act, 119 2 6hf 9-2 9-2 23 50 Close Memories, 119 4 9-2 10-5 10-7 14.20 Miss Magesterlal, 122 12 12 11-11 11 164.90 Get the Lead Out, 112 9 llhd 12 Eased 131 30 3.00 4.20 EXACTA (1-3) Paid 139 00 TRIFECTA (1-3-6) Paid $439.80 SUPERFECTA (1-3-6-5) Paid $1,2)9 60 'yt 1:13. EXACTA (7-1) Paid $32 .40 TRIFECTA (7-1-2) Paid 1195.40 SUPERFECTA (7-1-24) Paid 1959 40 PICK THREE (4-2-7) Paid 1113.60 7th - 1V miles, 123,500 fil and mares 3 year olds and up. Allowance. Value of race 23,500. Value to winner 15,100. Winner: B F,3,by Glomar-Real Loyal Oil by Niilnsky's Secret. Treiner-Kathleen O'Connell. Owner: Frank T. Ammlrato. Start good. Won driving. Time: 24 48 1:14 f lcratched: None 1.00 3.20 6.10 3-Spa Country (Homtlstir, Jr.) EXACTA (1-7) Paid 119 00 TRIFECTA (1-7-3) Paid $141 80 SUPERFECTA (1-7-3-9) Paid 1655.80 PICK THREE (1-5-1) Paid 1251 20 Scratched: None Scratched: Adamie. Star Seeker l 2nd - 1 mile $7,500 til and mares 3 year olds and up; drag; clmg 5,000-AII. Value of race 7,500. Value to winner -l,se0. Winner: Dk B. F,4,by Pan the Line-Me N' Trlxie by ' Tmsley. Trainer-Oscar Delgado. Owner: J. Gonzalez. Horse, Weight P Vi Str Fin Equv Mlndy's Girl, 108 3 2-1 Ihd l-lhf 2.90 Inspiration Miss, 116 1 3-1 3-2M 2 2 20 Rose's First Frost, 121 4 5hd 4hf 3nk 2.50 Musical Yasna, 116 8 6-1 5-lhf 4nk 10 70 Carolady Coast, 114 2 l-l 2hf S-l't 5 40 Cannon Whirl, 109 7 7-5 6-5 6-12'. 13 60 Sparkling Glitter, 118 6 4hf 7-1 7-5 54 30 Brnthemupashly, 114 5 8 8 8 21 20 ll-Oynamitt Form (Homtiittr, Jr.) 11.44 688 3.28 5-Tiltalady (Gomez) 6.60 1.26 10-Thats Maria (Reias) 3.68 9th 1 mile, $23,500 fil and mares 3 year olds and up. Optional clmg; clmg 20,000-18,000. Value of race 23,500. Value to winner 15,100. Winner: Gr F,4,by Two's A. Plenty-Darn Informer by Darn That Alarm. Trainer-Joseph G. Calascibetta. Owner: Louis V. Santoriello. Start good. Horse, Weight p str Fin Equv Decapolis, 116 2 2-lht 2-lhf Ink 1.40 Bet High, 113 4 3-lhf 1-1 2-6 ' 8.40 Yanks Legend, 108 5 6 4-11 3-1 12 00 Jelly Fish, 116 6 Ihd 3-2 4-35'4 1.20 Third Rockette, 118 7 4-1 5-4 54 33 70 Corundum Cera, 113 I 6-5 6-5 64 8 80 National Glory, 121 5 7 7 7 19 80 Time: 24 48 1:13S 1:40. EXACTA (11-5) Paid 179 00 TRIFECTA 1 11-5-10) Paid 1389 60 SUPERFECTA (11-5-10-7) Paid 11, 164.60 DAILY DOUBLE (3-11) Paid $39 60 PICK THREE 17-3-I1) Paid $323 80 Scratched: Honey Loop, Bobbie's Mad Won driving. 3.M 1.08 S.28 5.00 4.28 Horse, Weight Darn Plenty, Vegas Alarm, Queen of Oz, Shlmed, 118 - Horse, weight P 4 Sir Fin Equv Try N Pass, 109 5 6-3 Ihd 14' 3.80 Cosmic Road, 116 3 2nd 2-lhf 2hd 6 20 Ester Lee, 116 I Shd 5hf 3-3 14.20 ,.fhaneshane, 116 6 Ihd 3hd 4fid 30 30 Hour Dancer, 116 7 3hf 4hd 5-1'' 4.50 iiLady Janeil, 111 8 7-lhf 6-2 6-3 460 Run For Congress, 116 4 8 8 7-24t 3.30 SHvercicle, 118 2 (fit 7-2 8 4.30 1 A 4th - IV miles, 122,500 Open 3 year olds and up; clmg; clmg 40.000-35,000. Value of race 22,500. Value to winner 14,300. Winner: B H,6,by Bates Motel-Buckskin Gloves by Buckaroo. Trainer-David A. Vivian. Owner: Barbara Vivian i, Dominic Vitesse. Start good. Won driving. Time: 24 48H l:l 1:39 V.m. P X str Fin Equv 121 2 Iht Ihf Ihd 1.30 116 1 2-2M 2-2 MM 3 80 121 5 3-lhf 3-7 3-17 I SO 3 4-3hf 4-4 4-1 5.40 Noble Sword, 118 4 5 5 5 28.30 3- Mindy's Girl (Castillo) 7.80 4.28 2.80 1-lnspiratien Miss (Homtiittr, Jr.) 3.21 2.68 4- Rese's First Frost (Turibia) 240 EXACTA 13-1) Paid 126 80 TRIFECTA (3-1-4) Paid $62 40 SUPERFECTA (3-14-9) Paid 1207 20 PICK THREE (1-9-3) Paid $79.80 v 2- Oecapelis (Rivera, II) 4-eet High (Velet) 3- Yinks Legend (Vail) ITW: $195,327.88 Total Handle: $2,3X049.96 EXACTA (2 - 4) Paid 146.60 Track Handle: $208,142.08 ISW: $1,950,600.00 5T r li!4L-------A- m .......f.

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