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B2 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1997 SPORTS THE SAI INA IOURMAI SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule AUTO RACING 10 Mil — NASCAR Auto Radng, Winston Cup, Hsnes 500, ESPN, cable 38. FOOTBALL S p.m. — NR. Football. San Francisco at Ca otna, ABC, cable 9, 10. SOCCER MO p.(ii — Soccer' English Premier Football League, team« TBA. ESPN2, cable 39. Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE E«t Division W L PcL GB x-Baltlnwre 98 64 .605 — w-NewYork 96 66 .593 2 0*to* 79 63 .488 19 Boston 78 84 .481 20 Toronto 76 88 .469 22 Central Olvlilon W L Pet GB ••Cleveland 86 75 .534 Chicago 80 81 .497 6 Milwaukee 78 83 .484 8 .Minnesota 68 94 .420 18V4 Kansas City 67 94 .416 19 West Dlvlilon W L Pel QB x-Searbe 90 72 .556 — Anaheim 84 78 .519 6 Texas 77 65 .475 13 .Oakland 85 97 .401 25 x-dlnched division title ' w-dlncned wild card Saturday's rsautls Cleveland 10, Minnesota 6, 1st game Minnesota 6, Cleveland 4, 10 Innings, 2nd game Toronto 12, Boston 5 NY Yankees 6, Detroit 1 Seattle 9, Oakland 3 Kansas City 10, Chicago White Sox 4 Baltimore 5, Milwaukee 4 Anaheim 8. Texas 7 Sunday'* multi Minnesota 5, Cleveland 1 NY Yankees 7, Detroit 2 Toronto 3, Boston 2 Chicago White Sox 4, Kansas City 3 Baltimore 7, Milwaukee 8 . Texas 4, Anaheim 0 Oakland 9, Seattle 7 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L PcL QB x-ArJanta 101 61 .623 — w-Florkla 92 70 .568 9 NewYork 88 74 .543 13 Montreal 78 84 .481 23 Philadelphia 68 94 .420 33 Central Division W L PcL QB x-Houston 64 78 .519 — Pittsburgh 79 83 .488 5 Cincinnati • 76 88 .469 8 St Louis 73 89 .451 11 'Chicago 68 94 .420 16 Wnt Division W L PcL QB x-San Francisco 90 72 .556 — LosAngeta 88 74 .543 2 Colorado 83 79 .512 7 San Diego 76 86 .489 14 w-dlncned wild card x-ctlnched division BtJe Saturday's results St Louis 12, Chicago Cubs 4 NY Mets 2, Atlanta 1 Los Angeles 6, Colorado 1 . San Francisco 6, San Diego 1 Philadelphia 8, Florida 7 Montreal 6, Cincinnati 5 Houston 8, Pittsburgh 1 Sunday's results Cincinnati 11, Montreal 3 . -Philadelphia 8, Florida 7 NY Mets 8, Atlanta 2 SI Louis 2, Chicago Cubs 1 , . Pittsburgh 5, Houston 4, 11 Innings Colorado 13, Los Angeles 9 San Diego 5, San Francisco 3, 1 1 1nnings ' American League WHITE SOX 4, ROYALS 3 KANSAS CITY CHICAGO sbrhbl sbrhbl JHansn2b 4010 DrtiamSb 4000 Halter d 3110 DaMtnzlb 3122 HDMytcf 0000 FThmsdh 4000 JKIngtb 4111 Belle If 3112 Palmer 3b 4111 LMoutnK 1000 Cooper 3b 0000 VnturaSb 4000 Overt 4011 Cmeronct 3010 MISwydh 4000 Fbrgasc 2110 YBentzH 2010 MOdrarf 3110 Suttonph 1000 OQullnss 2000 AStwrtc 3010 NMarlnss 0000 FMrtess 3000 Totals 32 3 7 3 Totals 29 4 6 4 Kansas CHy 100 002 000—3 Chicago 200 000 20x— 4 DP— Chicago 1 . LOB-Kansas City 4, Chicago 4. 2B— Palmer (31), DaMartinez (16). HR— JWng (28), Belle (30). SB-Cameron (23). S- ROMyers. IP H HER BB SO Kansas City PHtHey 5 32223 Service L.0-3 2 32211 'Ptchardo 1 00000 Chicago EyrsW.4-4 7 63314 NCruz 0 10000 McElroy 1-300000 FoulkeS,3 12-30 0 0 0 3 T— 2:20. A-24,062 (44,321). ATHLETICS 9, MARINERS 7 OAKLAND SEATTLE abrhM sbrhbl JMcDM* 3222 Cora2b 1000 Bmlgalss 2000 Qates2b 3121 Brttoss 3221 RKellylf 2010 Ltnnondh 2010 Tlnsteycf 3000 Slain* 3124 GrfyJrd 2110 Lsthsrrf S0 1 0 Ibanezrl 2000 QlantUb 4001 Buhner rt 1100 Bptado2l> 3000 Duceyrf 3110 BroslusS) 4000 Srrento 1b 1010 EnYngcf 2000 Aroaral ib 3121 Maynsc 1210 RWIknsdh 3012 Moinac 2111 Rhrmrdh 2011 Qrievert 2110 Gevarapr 0000 DaWlsn c 1100 Mrzanoc 2000 BlweisSb 4011 Sheelsss 4100 Totals M«1t 9 Totals 37711 « .Oakland 001 002 510-9 Seams • 200 300 002—7 E-EnYoung (4), Sheets (8). LOB— Oakland 6, Statue 9. 2B-Lesher (4), Sorrento (19), RWUUns (1). 38-^JMcDonaW (4). HR-Stalrs (27), Molina (3). SB-SplezJo (9), Mayne (1), •Guevara 1 (1). CS— JMcDonald (8). SF-JMc- Donald, Giambi. IP H RER BB SO OaUsnd Telghtder 4 55443 Groom 2-320001 ASmallW,9-5 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Mohlar 22-3 32223 TJMalhews 12-3 3 2 2 2 2 Taylor 8.23 1-300001 Seattle Fassero 6 21113 Clouds 1 43312 CharHon L.3-8 1 44411 HoUsmer 0 01110 BWem 1 00001 Stocumb 1 10001 . T— 3:20. A— 55,910(59.084). OWOLE8 7. BREWERS « IALTMOM MLWAUKEE sbrribl sbrhM tVAdand 4121 V1na2b 6100 MMMW» 4011 Lorettass 5141 EOaVkrf 4120 Clfl»o3b 5000 Traswrt 1000 JuFrcodn 1210 Benosdh 5000 Bumtert 5124 CRIpkn* 1110 DrJksncf 5020 Ldeirutt 2110 NUssontl 2010 Wajttnlb 5224 QeWmsd 2010 HmndsK 4111 Vokjtlb 3000 Hoissc 3000 Husonlb 1000 Rosuloc 1000 Mlhenyc 3120 Bordlcku 3000 Sttnrwuc 1000 Tasjto 377107 Totato 31 613 f MtaWS 021 m 010-7 MeMeM 010 041 000-6 ' E-rRMano (1), Clrtlo (17). DP-BHtlmors 1, MHwauktt 1, LOB-BaWmore 6, Milwaukee 13. 2B-0yAndenon 2 (38), Reboulet (9). CRIpkan (30). Loreto (17), DrJackaon (9). HR-W«lton 2 0), Hammonds (21), Bumttz (27). SB-EDavta («,Hu»on(3). IP H RER BB 80 Uftwre Key 695534 ¥ NRodriguez 2-321110 Rhodes 1-300000 Mills 1-31 0000 OroscoW.6-3 2-30000 1 ABenltez 1 10011 TeMathewsS.1 1 00010 Milwaukee Karl 474423 PWagner 1 22200 Villone 1 00001 AReyesU-2 1 2-3 1 1 0 1 2 Davis 2-300001 Wtekman 2-30001 1 T— 3:22. A-1 5,036 (53,192). RANGERS 4, ANGELS 0 TEXAS ANAHEIM abrhbt sbrhb Butord d 5121 OPmro cf 4000 DCdeno 2b 4000 Edrnnd dh 3010 Greet It 4010 OAndsn H 4010 JuGnlz dh 3100 Salmon rl 4010 LStvm Ib 4020 Holllns Ib 4000 FTalis 3b 4010 Enhom 2b 3000 Diazrl 4000 AfceaSb 3000 Frlasss 4111 Kreuterc 3000 KLBwn c 4121 DIScna ss 3000 Totals 36 4 9 3 Totals 31 0 3 0 Texas 010 000 201—4 Anaheim 000 000 000—0 E— FTatls (7), Eenhoom (3). LOB— Texas 6 Anaheim 5. 2B-<3reer (42), GAnderson (36 HR-fluford (8), KLBrown (1). CS— Buford (7) IP H RER BB SO Texas BurkettW.9-12 8 30015 Wetteland 1 00000 Anaheim Watson 1,12-12 7 73116 Bovee 2 21102 T— 2:08. A— 20.458 (33,851). YANKEES 7, TIGERS 2 NEWYORK DETROIT abrhM sbrhb Ralnesdh 4110 BLHnlrd 3010 Fkjgadh 1000 Barteed 10 0 0 Jelerss 3111 Cllnotto2b 3000 Bush 2b 2000 Hggnsn if 4010 O'Neinrl 3121 ToClrkdh 4000 Foxrl 2000 Frymn3b 2111 BeWmsd 2121 Nevtn3o 2010 Pose fl 2100 Hmelin Ib 3000 TMrlnz 1b 2010 Tramll It 2000 Stanley Ib 2121 Hurstrl 1000 Hayes 3t> 3012 Csnovac 3000 Curtis II 3000 Jensen c 0000 ICruzW 1000 DCruzss 3110 Posadac 3111 Qlraralc 1000 Snchez2b 4000 Totals 34 711 7 Totals 31 2 5 1 NswYorti ' 212 010 010—7 Detroit 000 011 000—2 E— Fox (1), DCruz 2 (13). DP-New York 1 LOB— New York 5, Detroit 3. 2B-Ralnes (20) DCruz (26). 3B-Nevln (1). HR— O'Neill (21) BeWilllams (21), Stanley (16), Posada (8), Fry man (22). SB— BeWilllams (15). SF— Hayes. IP H RER BB SO New York Irabu W.5-4 5 21106 Gooden 1 21000 KnRogers 1 10000 Banks 1 00001 Stanton 1 00013 Detroit KeagleL.3-5 2 75501 Sager 4 31005 Micell 2 11101 Qaillard 1 00001 T— 2:47. A— 38,171 (46,945). BLUE JAYS 3, RED SOX 2 BOSTON TORONTO abrhM sbrhbl Grcprrss 5120 Stewaitd 4100 Bragg d 5000 SnGrenit 5022 MVghnlb 4011 Carter dh 3000 Jflrson dh 3000 RPerez dh 0000 CrderoH 4120 CDIgdolb 4010 O'Lryrl 3000 CruzJrlf 3120 Hslmanc 3010 Samuel 3tj 3011 Jn|min2b 4000 AQnzlzss 4 O'O 0 PozoSb 4021 O'Brien c 2000 fliBBrph 1000 TPerezJt) 3020 BrmMph 0100 Totals 35 2 1 2 Totals 32 3 I 3 Boston 000 011 000—2 Toronto 010 000 002—3 LOB— Boston 9, Toronto 10. 2B— Qardaparra 44), MVaughn (24), Cordero (26), Haselman 15), SnGreen (22), Cruz Jr (19). 3B-Samuel 4). CS— Stewart (3). IP H RER BB SO Boston Checo 6 51126 JLowe 1 10000 Mahay 2-31 0 .0 1 1 Gordon L.6-10 2-312231 Toronto Siemens 81-3 7 2 2 2 8 Ouantrlll 1-31 0000 PlesacW,2-4 1-30 0 0 0 0 T— 2:55. A— 40,251(51,000). TWINS 5, INDIANS 1 MINNESOTA CLEVELAND abrhM sbrhbl Knbtehss 5130 vlzquelss 3010 Lawlond 4113 EWIIsnss 1000 Molitordh 3110 Gllesrf 4011 CoomerSb 5011 Rmlrez rl 4000 Sltmaklb 3000 Thome Ib 3010 MCdvatl 4010 Casey 1b 1000 TWalkr2b 4000 Justice dh 3000 Stnbchc 4000 Seltzerph 1000 Becker d 4220 MaWmSb 3010 SAImrc 3010 BmsonZb 3000 Qrssomd 2110 Avenlf 1000 Totals 36 5 9 4 Totals 32 1 6 1 Minnesota 000 041 000-6 Cleveland 001 000 000—1 E-Knobtauch (12), EWIIson (1). DP-Mln- nesota 1, Cleveland 1. LOB— Minnesota 8, Cleveland 4. 2B— Lawton (29), Coomer (30), MCordova (18), Becker (22), SAIomar (37). 3B— MaWllllams (3). SB— Knoblauch 2 (62). IP H RER BB SO Minnesota TwksbrW.8-13 9 61106 Cleveland NagyL.15-11 7 95534 >lunk 1 00002 Mesa 1 00001 T— 2:32. A— 42,904 (43,863). National League ROCKIES 13, DODGERS 9 LOS ANGELES COLORADO sbrhbl sbrhbl Butler d 4112 McCknd 6033 JReyesp 0000 Weiss ss 2011 Jriano 3b 1010 Raabe 2b 3010 llggs 2b 4110 Ukanic p 0000 'lazzac 3224 Helton tb 5100 'rincec 2000 Bchettarf 4333 Karros 1b 2010 JeReedc 4212 uddp 1000 Bales 3b 3310 ngram d 2000 Plllam It 4210 Ashley II 3 20 NPerez2b 5253 Hlndsw rt 412 Thmsn p 2000 Knerto3b 3 00 VnWalph 1000 WGreross 4 1 0 Castillaph 1010 lorecfci p 000 DeJean p 0000 Blanco Ib 3 1 1 Onzatos3b 1011 olals 31911 I Totsls 41131113 os Angeles 004 140 000— 9 Colorado 046 000 041-13 E— Thomson (2). DP-Colorado 1 . LOB— Los Angeles 4, Colorado 9. 2B— Rlggs (1), NPerez 13). 3B— Butler (3). HR-Plazza 2 (40), Hoi- landsworth (4), Blanco (1), Bichette 2 (26), efleed (17). SB— McCracken (28). CS— WGuerrera (6), NPerez (3). S-Goredd. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles Goreckl 21-3 7 9 9 4 4 add 22-3 40004 DRsyesL2-3 22-3 7 4 4 1 4 Harksy 1-300000 Colorado homson 5 10 9 8 0 4 Reed 2 00002 DeJean W.6-0 1 0 0 0 1 1 eskanlc 1 10011 T— 2:43. A— 48,197(60,200). PIRATES 6. ASTROS 4 imWURQH HOUSTON abrhM sbrhbl unez2b 4021 Spiers 1b 1110 Wardrl 2100 Bgwellph 1000 GrtiaSb 2000 Holtp 0000 MSmilh Ib 4000 jMoutn rl 3000 veum3b 3110 LGnzlzll 3000 Lleoerp 0000 Hldalgod 2 000 Kendall pti 1000 Abrturf 5121 Sdwskyp 0000 Berry* 3021 mackph 1000 LRvera2b 2010 hi Jtnjp 0000 THwrdd 3110 JOtonrt 3223 JCbrap 2000 AMjwrtd 4000 Henrqzp 0000 Otlkc 6010 RiUhsnZb 6011 Coisrss 6111 Qtsrrszsi 6000 vap 2000 Aimuic 1000 Brantf 1000 Blgglopr 0000 Knorr Ib 3121 EuUoph 1000 f Today's schedule MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 GOLF Kansas Wesleyan at Baker SOCCER National College at Kansas Wesleyan, 12 noon & 2 p.m VOLLEYBALL Seward County, Bethany JV at Brown Madde, 5:30 p.m. DeBell ph 101 Peru c 300 Totsls 37 575 Totals 44411 Pittsburgh 000 002 010 02—5 Houston 100 020 000 01—4 E-^JGuillen (9). LOB— Pittsburgh 8, Houston 9. 2B— Sveum (20), THoward (16). HR— JGuillen (14), Abreu (3), Knorr (1). SB-Colll (1). CS-^JGulllen (2). S-AIIensworth. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Sllva 5 8322 Lleber 2 0000 Sodowsty 2 1000 ChrstnsW,3-0 1 1000 LolselleS.29 1 1110 Houston Lima 2000 Hudek 2 000 Holt 1000 Barrios 2422 2 JCabrera 3111 : Henrique? L.0-1 1222 0 T— 2:58. A— 30,606 (54,370). CARDINALS 2, CUBS 1 CHICAGO ST. LOUIS sbrhbl abrhb Jnnlngsd 4000 OeShlda 4020 Sndbrg2b 2000 DaBsll2b 0000 Cairo 2b 2000 Plnllerll 3000 MaQrclb 2100 McGeert 0100 BBrwn H 3010 McQwr Ib 2111 Loweryd 1000 Lnklrdd 4010 DHnsnSb 1001 ScGrend 0000 Sou pn 1000 Gaelli 3b 2001 Huslonc 3000 DYngrf 4000 MHbrdph 1000 Mrreroc 3010 Kschnc rl 3010 OrrJaz ss 3010 JHmozph 1000 Aylnrp 2010 Alxndr ss 3010 Frsctre p 0000 Trchsel p 2010 Clayton ph 0000 Totals 29 1 4 1 Totals 27 2 7 2 Chicago 000 001 000—1 St. Louis 000 001 01 x— 2 DP— Chicago 2. LOB-Chteago 6, St. Louis 7 HR-McGwIre (24). SB-McGee (8). CS— DeShlekJs (14). S-DHansen, Trachsel. SF— Qaettl. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Trachsel 7 71133 Plsdotta L.3-1 1 01120 SL Louis Aybar 6 31134 Frascatore 1 10000 Painter W,M 2 00003 T-2:15. A— 46,065 (49,676). METS S, BRAVES 2 ATLANTA NEWYORK abrhM sbrhbl Lofton d 0000 McRae d 2100 Wooes d 2000 Mndozad 1010 Lckhrt2b 2000 Alfonzo3b 1100 Grtfnnoai 1000 Glfcert3b 3110 ChJnes3ta 1000 Olerud Ib 3224 MrdcalSb 2010 Plaglnetb 2000 McGrtttb 2000 Qikeyll 3011 Gregg 1b 2010 Everett d 1000 Klesko rl 3110 Huskeyrt 4110 Butista II 1000 McMhl p 0000 JLopez c 3010 Hrdtke 2b 3120 EddPrzc 1000 MFrcoSb 1111 Tuckerrl 3112 ACsBltoc 4011 Clontzp 0000 ROrdnzss 3011 Carherp 0000 Acvedo p 3000 GMyrs ph 1010 Blauserss 2000 Blllard ss 2010 Neagle p 2000 Cbmn 1b 2000 Totsls 32272 Totals 34 Bit 8 Atlanta 020 000 000-2 Nsw York 000 232 01x-B DP— New York 1. LOB— Atlanta 8, New York 7. 2B— JLopez (28), Olerud (34), Gllkey (31), terdtke (2). HR— Tucker (14), Olerud (22), MFranco (5). SF— ROrdonez. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Neagle L.20-5 5 55527 Millwood 1 42201 Clonlz 2-300001 Gather 1-300001 ;Fox 2-321 1 21 Uglenberg 1-300001 Nsw York AcevedoW.3-1 7 42256 McMlchael 2 30002 T— 2:33. A— 27,176 (55,775). PHILLIES 8, MARLINS 7 FLORIDA PHILADELPHIA abrhM sbrhbl Abbott 2b 4110 Hudlerd 4231 Rnterla ss 3220 Mmdnl 2b 2112 AArlas ss 1000 Rbrtsn 1b 2000 Shffleldrt 3125 KJordn 1b 4112 Hrdlap 0000 Rolen 3b 4000 Bonilla3b 4000 Lbrthalc 3000 Aloutl 3000 Gomes p 0000 Esnrlchlf 1000 Seldk2b 1010 Conine 1b 4000 McMlln If 2311 Xlhnsn c 3121 Barren rf 4010 Zaunc 1000 Slockerss 1000 DWhlled 3110 Rlatordss 3012 Cnglosllt 1000 Beech p 2110 Sndersp 2110 Blazlarp 0000 Ftoydd 1000 Estlelac 1000 Daulton ph 1000 Totals 35 7 9 6 Totsls 33 > 10 8 Florida 104 100 100-7 Phlladalphls 113 101 10«-8 E-AArias (2), KJordan (6). DP— Philadelphia . LOB— Florida 2, Philadelphia 3. 2B— Sheffield (22), Morandlnl (40). HR— Sheffield 21), CJohnson (19), Hudler (5), KJordan (6), McMillon (2). SB— Relaford (3). CS— Sheffield 7), Morandlnl (13). IP H RER BB SO Florida Saunders 6 87728 FHeredla U5-3 1 11101 Nen 110000 Phllsdslphls Beech 5 86612 Hazier 1 00002 Gomes W.5-1 1 11000 Vinston 1 00001 Bottallco S,34 1 00001 T-2:29. A— 26,609 (82,363). REDS 11, EXPOS 3 CINCINNATI MONTREAL abrhM sbrhbl Vtklnsd 5110 Grdzlnss 3001 Nnnallyrt 3322 Kline p 0000 Stynes2b 4101 Cbrera2b 4011 WGmelb 3011 VkJroSb 4010 RoseJi Ib 2100 RWhlte d 2000 Tbnseec 4100 McQIred 2000 ABoone 3b 5243 VGrero rf 3110 LHntsll 2111 Mulenslt 4110 AKellylf 2000 FUmertb 4000 ImJknss 4120 Wkkjerc 2100 Rmlngrp 4013 Hrmnsp 1000 DeHartp 1000 Slnkwc 2b 0001 otaJs M 11 12 11 Totals 30343 Cincinnati 002 350 010—11 Montrssl 000 000 030— 3 E-VWro (4), VGuerrero (12). DP-Montreal . LOB— Cincinnati 7, Montreal 4. 2B— Nunnally (12), ABoone (1), LHarrls (13), DmJackson 2), Remlinger (2), Vidro (12). HR-Nunnally 1 3). SF— Grudzielanek. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati , Remlinger W.8-8 9 43339 Montreal rmnsL,8-8 4 65521 Paniagua 0 35530 DeHart 4 11008 Kline 1 20001 T— 2:27. A-1 5.477 (46,600). PADRES 5. GIANTS 3 SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO abrhM sbrhbl Bamonlf 5020-DHmlnd 2000 Hmltnp 0000 Powell d 3000 omezss 3010 Mueller 3b 2000 Imlnrd ph 0001 DOrwIn p 0000 hlpleyss 1000 Javier rl 1000 MkSayrt 4010 Mrbellic 1000 ffmanp 0000 Bonds II 2010 rjneslf 0100 Benardlf 3000 Rlvrad 5130 Kent 20 2000 Lee Ib 5123 WDkjdo2b 3110 GArlas3b 6000 Snowlb 2000 Rmsroc 5000 BrryhJo 3000 V1andl«2b 2000 OHIIIrt 2110 Flnleyd 2120 Mlhlndp 0000 Aahbyp 2000 JaCruzrf 3111 Joynerph 1111 Vzcalnosi 1010 Versa 2b 1000 Pootop 0000 MLewls 3b 2000 BJhnsn c 2011 CBalteyp 1 0 1 Autlte ss 400 Totals 41 5 12 5 Totals 39 3 7 San Diego 000 000 020 03-5 San Francisco 000 010 100 01—3 DP— San Frandsco 2. LOB— Sen Diego 5 San Frandsco 7. 2B— Beamon (3), Gomez (19 Joyner (29). WDelgado (1), JaCruz (1). 38— Vizcaino (7). HR-lee (1). SB— Crjones (7) RRivera (2), Bonds (37), QHHI (7). CS-Beamon (2). S-BJohnson. SF— Camlnitl. IP H RER BB SO San Diego Ashby 7 5 2 2 0 10 Hoflman 2 0023 JHmltnW,12-7 2 1101 Ssn Francisco Rapp 2 0001 Poole 1 0001 DDarwIn 2 0002 Mutholland 2 0001 Johnstone 1-322200 Tavarez 2-31000' CBalleyUO-1 3 33312 T— 3:18. A— 47,968(62,000). Late boxscore SATURDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE ROYALS 10, WHITE SOX 4 KANSAS CITY CHICAGO abrhM sbrhM Offrmn2b 5211 Drtiam2b 5220 RDMyrd 4210 NMarlnss 4021 JBeUss 2211 Fbrgasph 1000 FMrtnzss 0000 FThmsdh 3000 JKIngdh 5125 LMoutndh • 1000 Button Ib 50 2 1 Belle If 4121 PalmerSb 4021 Fnvlllelf 0000 Cooper 3b 0000 Cmerond 3020 Dyerf 5020 NortonSb 4110 Halterff 4100 MOdnzrt 4022 MiSwyc 5221 MVMzlb 3000 Mchaooc 4000 Totsls 39101310 Totals 38411 4 Kansas City 000 036 010—10 Chicago 100 110 010—4 E— RDMyers (1). DP-Kansas City 2, Chlca go 1. LOB— Kansas City 9, Chicago 7. 2B— Of ferman (23), Palmer (30), MOrdonez (6). HR— JKIng (27), MiSweeney (7). SB-RDMyers (4) JBell 2 (10), Cameron (22). CS— NMartln (4). IP H RER BB SO Ksnsss City Bones W.4-7 6 83226 Olson S,1 3 31101 Chlctgo NavarroL,9-14 6 95543 JOarwin 1 24420 Levlne 2 21114 Fordham 1 00000 T-2:53. A-27,824 (44,321). MLB playoffs DIVISIONAL SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE BALTIMORE VS. SEATTLE Wednesday, Oct 1 Baltimore at Seattle, 7:07 p.m. (NBC) Thursday, Oct. 2 Baltimore at Seattle, 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, Oct 4 Seattle at Baltimore, TBA Sunday, Oct 5 Seattle at Baltimore, TBA, H necessary Monday, Oct. 6 Seattle at Baltimore, TBA, If necessary CLEVELAND VS. NY YANKEES Tuesday, SepL 30 Cleveland at New York, 7:13 p.m. (Fox) Thursday, Oct. 2 Cleveland at New York, 7:13 p.m. (Fox) Saturday, Oct 4 New York at Cleveland, TBA Sunday, Oct. 5 New York at Cleveland, TBA, If necessary Monday, Oct. 6 New York at Cleveland, TBA, If necessary NATIONAL LEAGUE ATLANTA VS. HOUSTON Tuesday, SepL 30 Houston at Atlanta, 12:07 p.m. (ESPN) Wednesday, OcL 1 Houston at Atlanta, 12:07 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, OcL 3 Atlanta at Houston, TBA Saturday, OcL 4 Atlanta at Houston, TBA, If necessary Sunday, OcL S Atlanta at Houston, TBA, If necessary SAN FRANCISCO VS. FLORIDA Tuesday, SepL 30 San Francisco at Florida, 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) Wednesday, OcL 1 San Francisco at Florida, 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, Oct 3 Florida at San Francisco, TBA Saturday, Oct 4 Florida at San Frandsco, TBA, H necessary Sunday, Oct. 5 Florida at San Francisco, TBA, If necessary Football Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Games W L W L Cansas 10 31 (ansas State 00 30 lebraska 00 30 Solorado 00 21 Missouri 01 22 owa State 01 04 South Division Conference AHGsmes W L W L Oklahoma State 10 40 exasMM 00 30 exas 00 21 Oklahoma 00 22 laylor 00 12 exas Tech 00 12 Saturday's results Oklahoma Stale 38, Northeast Louisiana 7; exas MM 36, North Texas 10; Colorado 20, Wyoming 19; Kansas Slate 58, Bowling Green ; Texas 38, Rice 31; Ohio State 31, Missouri 0; Oklahoma 35, Louisville 14. Next Saturday's games Texas Tech at Baylor, 1 p.m.; Oklahoma at (ansas, 1 p.m.; Iowa State at Missouri, 1 p.m.; Kansas State at Nebraska, 6 p.m.; Texas at Oklahoma State, 8 p.m.; Texas MM at Colorado, 6 .m. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Jttawa 20 30 outhwestem 20 21 : rlends 10 12 fcPherson 11 21 Bethel 11 12 terilng 11 12 Bethany o 1 11 (ansas Wesleyan 02 03 abor 0203 Saturday't results Peru Slate 28, Friends 7; Southwestern 44, Kansas Wesleyan 13; Sterling 23, Tabor 16, Ottawa 43, Bethany 36; Bethel 34, McPherson 19. Next Saturday'! games Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor, 1:30 p.m.; Ottawa I Friends, 1:30 p.m.; Panhandle State, Okla. at Southwestern, 1:30 p.m.; Sterling at Bethel, 7 m.; Bethany at McPherson, 7 p.m. RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L )hadron Stale 20 31 : ort Lewis 20 22 'estem State to 31 esa Stale 11 22 ew Mexico HkjNands 11 22 ebraska-Kearney 11 13 ort Hays State 01 13 olorado Mines 02 22 dams State 02 04 Saturday's results Chadron State 40, Nebraska-Kearney 34 (ot); 958 State 46, Adams Slate 30; Fort Lewis 28, Colorado Mines 18; Western Stale 27, Nsw exlco Highlands 21; Fort Hays Stale 62, ayne Stale, Neb. 12. Next Saturday's games Fort Lewis at Nebraska-Kearney, 1 p.m.; f Cnedron State at Western State, 2 p.m.; Co orado Mines at New Mexico Highlands, 2 p.m Adams State at Northwestern Oklahoma, 3 p.m Fort Hays State at Mesa State, 8 p.m. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Games W L W Northwest Missouri 20 4 PHtsburg State 20 3 Washbum 20 3 Truman State 20 2 Emporia State 1 1 3 Central Missouri 1 1 2 Missouri Western 02 2 Missouri Southern 0 2 t Mlssourl-Rolla 0 2 1 Southwest Baptist -02 0 Saturday's results Truman State 37, Central Missouri 34 (Sol Washbum 27, Mlssouri-Rolla 13; Emporia Slat 46, Southwest Baptist 7; PHtsburg Slate 42, Ml sourl Southern 14; Northwest Missouri 52, Mis sourt Western 13. Next Saturday's gamee Central Missouri State at Southwest Baptist, p.m.; Missouri Southern at Missouri Western 1:30 p.m.; Washbum at Northwest Missou State, 1:30 p.m.; Emporia State at Truma State, 2 p.m.; Mlssourl-Rolla at PAtsburg State 7p.m. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Qsmss W L W L Graceland 20 30 Evangel 20 20 Benedictine 20 31 Undenwood 2 1 2 MldAmerica Nazarene 1 1 2 Missouri Valley 1 1 2 William Jewell 1 1 1 Baker 0 2 1 Central Methodist 02 0 Culver-Stockton 03 0 Thursday's result Graceland 26, Baker 16. Saturday's results Missouri Valley 37, Central Methodist 1 Evangel 37, Undenwood 20; Benedictine 38 Culver-Stockton 17; William Jewell 20, M dAmerlca Nazarene 13. Next Saturday's games Benedictine at Evangel, 1:30 p.m.; Graceland at Lindenwood, 1:30 p.m.; MldAmerlc Nazarene et Culver-Stockton, 2 p.m.; Baker a Central Methodist, 2 p.m.; Missouri Valley a William Jewell, 2 p.m. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CO CONFERENCE Conference All dames W L W L Garden City 40 50 Coffeyville 31 41 Hutchinson 31 41 ndependence 32 32 Butler County 22 23 FortScott '13 14 Dodge City 14 14 Highland 04 14 Friday's result Hutchinson 35, Air Force Prep 23. Saturday's results Garden City 67, Dodge City 6; Highland 43 Haskell 34; Butler County 30, Fort Scott 17; Independence 24, Coffeyville 21. Next Saturday's games Fort Scott at Highland, 1:30 p.m.; Dodge City at Air Force Prep, 7 p.m.; Coffeyville at Hulchln- son, 7:30 p.m.; Garden City at Butler County, 7:30 p.m.; Haskell at Independence, 7:30 p.m. State college Saturday's gamee FORT HAYS STATE 62 WAYNE STATE, NEB. 12 WS FH First downs 7 25 Rushes-yards 19-34 79443 Passing yards 124 141 Comp-Att-Int 15-38-1 5-11-1 otal plays-yards 57-158 90-684 : umbles-lost 3-3 1-0 'enaJrIes-yards 4-30 13-99 unts-avg. 8-40.3 5-31.8 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - WS: Helmstadter 14-45, Lavaley •1, Padllla 1-0, Jones 3-(-12). FH: Gregory 3834, Blasslngame 11-147, PlannenstJel 17-49, Merrttt 2-7, Wallace 1-5, Selmon 9-2, Lolley 1-(- PASSING - WS: Jones 13-31-0-114, Lavaley •7-1-10. FH: Selmon 5-11-1-141. RECEIVING - WS: Porter 7-83, Follett 4-20, Boykln 2-10, Pugsley 1-9, King 1-2. FH: Mintner •95, Thyfault 2-22, DeLong 1-24. PUNTING - WS: Fltzke 8-40.3. FH: Ryan 51.8 LEADING TACKLERS - WS: Wavrunek 12, torrison 12, Kuiken 10, Cordes 10, Burkes 10. FH: VanEaton 5, Scanlon 5, Hutchinson 5, Brau ,Harper4,Stucky4. SCORING SUMMARY Vayne State 6 6 0 0-12 ort Hays State 28 13 14 7-62 First Quarter FH - Pfannenstlel 1 run (Slmoneau kick), 2:34. WS - Helmstadter 3 run (pass failed), 1 1 :02. FH - Pfannenstlel 1 run (Slmoneau lock), 4:44. FH - Mintner 71 pass from Selmon (Slmoneau kick), 1:48. FH - Gregory 4 run (Slmoneau kick), 1:00. Second Quarter FH - Blasslngame 74 run (Slmoneau kick), 3:34. WS - Swayzer 53 Interception return (pass ailed), 12:20. FH - Selmon 1 run (kick failed), 2:32. Third Quarter FH - Mintner 24 pass from Selmon (Kilman kick), 6:43. FH - Gregory 5 run (Kilman kick), 2:15. Fourth Quarter FH - Gregory 56 run (Kilman kick), 9:19. OTTAWA 43, BETHANY 36 0 B rst downs 22 23 ushes-yards 39-249 27-24 asslng yards 245 331 omp-Att-Int 18-37-0 27-47-2 'otal plays-yds 76-494 74-355 'unts-avg. 6-36.5 6-41.6 : umbles-losl 4-1 2-2 enaltles-yards 9-92 7-82 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - 0: Griffin 20-192, Francois 8-25, Icken 7-(-24), Poland 3-54, Battle 1-2. B: Godwin 1248, Jason Hooper 13-(-23), Ellwood H, Burk 1-0. PASSING - 0: Flcken 18-37-0 245. B: Jason ooper 27-47-2 331. RECEIVING - 0: Starck 9-168, Brown 1-3, rancols 1-(-2), Hull 4-47, Degarmo 2-14, oland 1-15. BY: Casper 8-116, Bard 9-101, Ell- ood 5-84, Godwin 3-39, Taldo 1-6, Ryan 1-5. PUNTING - 0: Garcia 6-36.6. B: Flkac 5-41 .6. SCORING SUMMARY Xtawa 14 20 6 3 - 43 Bethany 14 7 14 0 - 35 First Quarter 0-Foland 39 run (Basnight kick), 12:37 B-Jon Hooper 89 klckolf return (Flkac kick), 2:18 B-Bard It pass from Jason Hooper (Flkac kick), 6:46 0-Griffin 32 run (Basnight kick), 0:22 Second Quarter 0-GriHln 2 run (kick failed), 9:42 0-Gntfin 68 run (pass tailed), 7:03 0-Slarck IS pass from Flcken (Griffin run), i36 B-Casper 9 pass from Jason Hooper (Flkac kick), 0:36 Third Quarter B-Casper 68 pass from Jason Hooper (Flkac kick), 12:28 B-Jason Hooper 11 run (Flkac kick), 6:69 0-Flcken 1 run (pass failed), 3:14 Fourth Quarter 0-Basnlghl22FG,3:36 Coaches poll The Top Twenty Five teams In the USA To- day/ESPN college football poll, with first-place les In parentheses, records through Sept. 27, tal points baaed on 26 points lor a first-place te f , ough one point for a 25lh-place vote, and evlous ranking: Record Pta Pvs .Florida (45) 4-0 1,519 1 .Perm Slate (13) 3-0 1,471 2 .Nebraska (3) M 1,410 3 . Florida Slate 34 1,366 4 . North Carolina (1) 44 1,262 6 .Michigan 34 1,194 6 • Ohio State 4-0 1,189 7 .Iowa 44 1,048 9 I. Auburn 44 1,028 6 .Tennessee 2-1 965 10 .Washington 2-1 916 11 12. Virginia Tech 4-0 877 12 13. Michigan State 3-0 822 13 14. Louisiana State 3-1 709 15 15. Washington State 4-0 707 14 16. Kansas State 3-0 S43 17 17. Texas ASM 34 489 18 18. Colorado 2-1 469 16 19. Georgia 34 416 20 20. Alabama 3-1 411 19 21. Stanford 3-1 278 22 22. Arizona State 3-1 200 23 23. Air Force 54 190 25 24. Brlgham Young 2-1 187 24 25. UCLA 2-2 117 — Others receiving votes — West Virginia 84, Texas 48, OMahoms State 44, Pittsburgh 27, Georgia Tech 26. Clemson 20, Wisconsin 19; Mississippi State 17, Wyoming 16. Purdue 15, North Carolina State 13, Marshall 12, New Mexico 12, Arkansas 10, Toledo 8, Southern California 6, Utah 5, Cincinnati 2, Mississippi 2, Miami, Fla. 1, Wake Forest 1. College scores LATE SATURDAY SOUTH Ala.-Blrmlngham 42, SW Louisiana 7 Betriune-Cookman 44, Cheyney 0 Georgia Tech 23, Clemson 20 Jackson St. 48, Miss. Valley St. 31 Louisiana Slate 66, Akron 0 Mississippi 15, Vanderbllt 3 Munay SI. 35, Middle Tenn. 17 SE Missouri 42, Tenn.-Martln 7 Samford21,AloomSt. 16 W.Kentucky 31, South Florida 3 MIDWEST Houston 45, Minnesota 43 N. Iowa 28, S. Illinois 27 Toledo 31, Nevada 13 Youngstown St. 27, Hofstra 22 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Pine Bluff 18, Alabama St 10 Arkansas 17, Louisiana Tech 13 Oklahoma 35, Louisville 14 Sam Houston SL 40, Texas Southern 7 Stephen F.Austin 17, New Hampshire 14 Texas-El Paso 24, New Mexico SL 16 FAR WEST Air Force 24, San Diego St. 18, OT E.Washington 35, Weber St. 11 Montana 52, Sacramento St. 10 N. Arizona 56, Portland SL 21 S.Utah 34, Montana Tech 21 Southern Cal 27, California 17 Stanford 58, Oregon 49 UNLV 41, Illinois SI. 6 Golf Ryder Cup SOTOGRANDE, Spain (AP) — Results Sunday ot the 32nd Ryder Cup on the 8,81 9-yard, par-71 Valderrama Golf Club course: EUROPE 14 14, UNITED STATES 13 SINGLES UNITED STATES 8, EUROPE 4 Fred Couples, United States, del. Ian Woos- nam, Europe, 8 and 7. Per-Ulrik Johansson, Europe, del. Davis Love III, United States, 3 and 2. Coslantlno Rocca, Europe, del. Tiger Woods, United Stales, 4 and 2. Thomas Bjom, Europe, halved with Justin Leonard, United States. Phil Mfckelson Mlckelson, United States, del. Darren Clarke, Europe, 2 and 1. Mark O'Meara, United States, del. Jesper Pamevlk, Europe, 5 and 4. Lee Janzen, United Stales, del. Jose Maria Olazabal 1-up. Bemhard Langor, Europe, del. Brad Faxon, United Stales, 2 and 1, Jeff Maggert, United States, del. Lee Westwood, Europe, 3 and 2. Colin Montgomerie, Europe, halved vs. Scott Hoch, United Stales. Jim Furyk, United States, del. Nick Faldo, Eu' ope, 3 and 2. Tom Lehman, United Stales, del, Ignaclo Garrido, Europe, 7 and 6. PGA results ENDICOTT, N.Y. (AP) — Top 10 results with money winnings Sunday of the $1 .3 million B.C. )pen on the 6,994-yard, par-72 En-Jole Goll Club course: Gabriel HJerstedt, $234,000 70-69-66-70—275 Lee Rlnker, $97,067 70-68-72-6&— 276 Chris Perry, $97,067 69-694949—276 Andrew Magee, $97,067 67-70-69-70—276 Richard Green, $47,450 71 484949—277 Bruce Flelsher, $47,450 7046-71-70—277 Robert Gamez, $47,450 704748-72—277 Dick Mast, $36,400 70-71-7047—278 Bradley Hughes, $36,400 70-714946—278 Dave Stockton, $36,400 68-724949—278 Seniors results MILTON, Ra. (AP) — Top 10 results with money winnings Sunday of the $1.1 million Senior PGA Tour Emerald Coast Classic, on the ,719 yard, par-70 (35-35) Moors Golf Club course (x-won one-hole playoff): •Isao Aokl, $165,000 714045—196 Gil Morgan, $96,600 644844—1 96 ay Slgel, $60,600 694845—200 Sob Duval, $80,500 664648—200 lale Irwln, $60,500 664649—200 Simon Hobday, $60,500 6743-70—200 lave Eichelberger, $37,400 724346—201 Vicente Fernandez, $37,400 6347-71—201 Hugh Balocchl, $28,600 704844—202 David Graham, $28,600 6648-68—202 LPGA results CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Top 10 results with money winnings Sunday ol the $550,000 Fleldcrest Cannon Classic on the 6,318-yard, par-72 The Pennlnsula Club course: Wendy Ward, $82,500 664544-70-265 ane Geddes, $44,262 69464745—267 Rosle Jones, $44,262 67494546-267 (.Parker-Gregory, $29,060 68484848—270 Donna Andrews, $17,324 69484945—271 otOe Pepper, $17,324 6747-7146—271 Meg Mallon, $1 7,324 70464847—271 ull Inkster, $1 7,324 67474948—271 etsy King, $1 7,324 674846-70—271 rish Johnson, $10,609 70464849—273 Auto pacing NHRA results TOPEKA (AP) — Results Sunday Irom the nth annual Sears Craftsman Nationals at eartland Park Topeka, the 18th ot 22 events In e $30 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Sees: Top Fuel Kenny Bernstein, Dallas, 4.666, 317.34 del. oe Amalo, Old Forge, Pa., 4.644, 309.81. Funny Car John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Ford Mustang, 988, 308.74 del. Randy Anderson, Ontario, alii., Pontlac Firebird, 5.358, 245.43. Pro Stock Jim Yates, Alexandria, Va., Firebird, 7.026, 95.48 del. Mike Edwards, Broken Anow, Okla., rebird, 7.059, 193.13. Pro Stock Motorcycle Angelle Seeling, Amerlcus, Qa., Suzuki SXR, 7.435, 176.74 del. Matt Hlnes, WhUtler, Calif., Suzuki GSXR, 7.399, 176.81. Federal-Mogul Dragster Rick Santos, San Leandro, Calif., 5.685, 51.53 del. Michael Gunderson, Mlddleburg, a., 5.662,230.71. Federal-Mogul Funny Car Steve Sommer, Nampa, Idaho, Firebird, 6.126, 35.41 del. Cy Chesterman, Sioux City, Iowa, ontlac Trans Am, DO. Competition David Rampy, Piedmont, Ala., dragster, 7.681, 66.99 del. Jeg Coughlln Jr., Columbus, Ohio, hevrolet Camaro, 6.346, 157.39. Super Stock Gary Sllnnett, Emporia, Kan., Firebird, 10.679, 4.57 del. Jeff Sexton, Falrbom, Ohio, Ca- arc, 9.093, 149.75. Stock Edmond Richardson, Goodletteville, Tenn., Camaro, 12.33, 99.29 del. Santo Volpe, Pltlslon, a.,Camaro, 11.90, 106.92. Super Comp Roger Hlnes Jr., Kansas City, Mo., dragster, 900, 165.77 del. Jeff Strickland, Red Bay, Ala., agsler, 6.926, 153.64. Super Gas Carton Graham, Fort Worth, Texas, Chevrolet ega. 9.904, 140.44 del. Scott Porter, Atwater, hlo, Chevrolet Corvette, 9.904, 140.05. Volleyball Big 12 Saturday's match AT MANHATTAN Nebraska del. Kansas Slate, 14-16, 15-7, 1616-11 f SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing MARTINSVILLE, Va. — This time, the weather forecast was right on and the Hanes 500 at Mar:' 1 tinsville Speedway was off because of rain. A '„'. light drizzle that started overnight continued intermittently Sunday, causing the Winston Cup--,; race to be pushed back to today, when weather ' ; forecasters were calling for sunny skies and '',;, warm temperatures. NASCAR spokesman Kevin Triplett said a shower that came in at about 2.. p.m., wiping out about an hour's worth of work- drying the track, made getting the concrete and" asphalt surface dry in time for racing unlikely. ' The news dispersed a crowd estimated by track officials at 45,000, many of whom had been sitting in the rain since the gates opened at 7 a.m. The . race, to begin at 10 a.m. and be televised live on . ESPN, is the first rainout at Martinsville since a; race was washed out Sept. 27, 1992. FONTANA, Calif. — Greg Moore's misfortune- was Mark Blundell's break in Sunday's Marlbotp 500 at the new California Speedway. Moore, who. like Blundell broke through for his first two . , CART PPG World Series victories earlier this '" season, took the lead on lap 232 of 250 when . ; Mauricio Gugelmin ran out of fuel and coasted to the pits. That left Moore just over one second ahead of 1996 series champion Jimmy Yasser, ; _ and those two appeared ready to battle to the finish when Moore's engine suddenly blew, belching smoke and flames on lap 240. The slowing Mooce went up the banking and Yasser stayed low and: braked. Blundell, who had been lurking close behind in third, remained in the throttle and passed Yasser before they even caught Moore. No caution flag was shown and the Englishman kept <Yasser in his mirrors, driving his Mercedes-powered Reynard across the finish line 0.847-seconds — about 10 car-lengths — ahead of Yasser's Reynard-Honda. The Englishman averaged 166.57§,,mph. * . -/• NUERBURGRING, Germany — Jacques Vil- : leneuve captured the Luxembourg Grand Prix ; and seized the lead in the Formula One standings Sunday, benefiting from Michael Schumacher's collision with his brother and the blown engines of the two McLaren cars that had led for two- thirds of the race. ' ' Football ;- - CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A college football referee was clinging to life Sunday after suffer ing a?'" massive heart attack during the Virginia-North ; Carolina game a day earlier. James Knight, 51, of Charlotte, was in serious condition Sunday at • UNC Hospitals, which are less than five minutes away from Kenan Stadium, where he collapsed!'Saturday afternoon. Knight's condition means*> "> that his vital signs may be unstable, that he niay not be conscious and that his survival is consid* ered questionable, said hospital spokeswomaft' 1 •-: Robin Gaitens. Dr. Greg Mears, who treated ;,Ji 1 ,; Knight on the stadium turf and then accompa^" nied him to the hospital, said Knight's heart ^ stopped four times, with three of the arrests oc-'^ curring on the field. His heart was restarted wftth electric shocks. : ,? Golf ENDICOTT, N.Y. — Gabriel Hjertstedt figured ' he was headed back to tour school. Now he's going to the Masters. Hjertstedt recovered from bogeys on his first two holes Sunday and shot a 2- 0 under 70 to win the B.C. Open by one stroke over Andrew Magee, Lee Rtaker and Chris Perry.- " Hjertstedt (pronounced YET'-shtead) became the first Swede to win on the PGA Tour and his first- place check of $234,000 moved him from 226th on the money list to 90th. Hjertstedt's birdie on the treacherous 312-yard No. 16 at En- Joie Golf Club broke a four-way tie for the lead. CORNELIUS, N.C. — Wendy Ward finished off. her first LPGA victory in grand fashion Sunday; recording the lowest total in relation to par in: the 47-year history of the tour. A 2-under-par 70 was''! all Ward needed to wrap up a two-shot victory " ; over Rosie Jones and Jane Geddes in the Field- „'••' crest Cannon Classic. Ward completed four tours of the Peninsula Club course in 23-under 265,';,', "?'; three shots better than the previous record. Hall of Famer Nancy Lopez was the first member of ,", the tour to win with a 20-under score, in the 1985 Henredon Classic, and Beth Daniel matched it' in the 1994 Oldsmobile Classic. 'J '^ MILTON, Fla. — Isao Aoki made an 18-foot > birdie on the first hole of a playoff with Gil Mor- "• gan on Sunday to win the Emerald Coast Classic. Aoki, who set Senior PGA Tour record with aliflj under-par 60 on Saturday, shot a 65 for a 54-hole score of 14-under 196. ' " Tonnis MUNICH, Germany — Pete Sampras gave Patrick Rafter a tennis lesson Sunday, hammering the U.S. Open champion in straight sets to win the Grand Slam Cup and the sport's richest prize^— $1.5 million for the title. Sampras won his first 20 service points against the Australian, ranljatl • third in the world, then rolled to a 6-2, 6-4, 7-5"win at the $6 million tournament. Sampras, ranked No. 1, took the second set when he broke the Australian's serve at 4-4 with a passing shot so hard it almost knocked the racket out of the diving Rafter's hand. LEIPZIG, Germany — Jana Novotna* the world's second-ranked player, beat South Afripa's Amanda Coetzer in three sets Sunday to claim the Leipzig Open title for the second time since 199,4. Novotna beat Coetzer, who knocked out '- toft- ranked Martina Hingis in the semifinals of ,the $450,000 tournament, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 in just under, twip hours. The Czech player picked up her 17th career title. '..... SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Brown Mackle athletic department 785-625-542^ " Bethany athletic department 765-227-3311 " < Fort Hays State athletic department 785-628-40^0 > Heart ol America Sports Camps 766-627-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 765-662-7228 ' ' •• ' Kansas City Chiefs ticket olflcs ' 616-924-9400. 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