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D2 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's, schedule BASEBALL Noon — Major League Baseball, National League Division Series, Houston at Atlanta, ES- PN, cable 38. 9 p.m. — Major League Baseball, National League Division Series, San Francisco at Florida, ESPN, cable 38. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, American League Division Series, Baltimore al Seattle. NBC. cable 3,13. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Hockey, Florida at Philadelphia, ESPN, cable 38. SOCCER 1:30 p.m. — Soccer, UEFA Champions League, Juventus vs. Manchester United, ES- PN2, cable 39. Baseball Playoff glance DIVISION SERIES American League Baltimore vs. Seattle Wednesday, Oct. 1 Baltimore (Mussina 15-8) at Seattle (Johnson 20-4), 7:07 p.m. (NBC) Thursday, Oct. 2 Baltimore (Erickaon 16-7) at Seattle -(Mover 17-5), 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, OcL 4 Seattle (Fassero 16-9) al Baltimore (Key 1610), 3:30 p.m. (Fox) Sunday, OcL 5 Seattle at Baltimore, 3:07 p.m.. II necessary ! (ESPN) Monday, OcL 6 Seattle at Baltimore, 3:07 p.m.. H necessary (ESPN) Cleveland vs. New York Tuesdsy, SepL 30 New York 8, Cleveland 6, New York leads series 14 Thursday, OcL 2 Cleveland (Wright 8-3) at New York (Pettltte 1 18-7), 7:13 p.m. (Fox) Saturday, Oct. 4 New York (Wells 16-10) al Cleveland (Nagy 15-10), 6:37 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, Oct. 6 New York al Cleveland, 6:30 p.m., It necessary (Fox) Monday, OcL 8 . ..New York al Cleveland, 7:11 p.m.. II necessary (Fox) National League Atlanta vs. Houston Tuesday, SepL 30 'Atlanta 2, Houston 1, Atlanta leads series 14 Wednesday, OcL 1 Houston (Hampton 15-10) at Atlanta (Glavlne 14-7), 12:07 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, Oct 3 Atlanta (Smoltz 15-12) at Houston (Reynolds 9-10), 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, OcL 4 Atlanta (Neagle 20-5) at Houston, 12:07 p.m., it necessary (ESPN) - Sunday, Oct 5 Atlanta at Houston, 12:07 p.m., H necessary .(ESPN) San Francisco vs. Florida Tuesday, Sepl 30 Florida 2. San Francisco 1, Florida leads se- Iies14 Wednesday, Oct. 1 San Francisco (Esles 19-5) at Florida (Leiter 11-9). 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, OcL 3 Florida (Fernandez 17-12) at San Francisco (Alvarez 4-3), 7:07 p.m. (NBC) Saturday, OcL 4 : Florida (Saunders 4-6) at San Francisco, 10:07 p.m., H necessary (ESPN) Sunday, OcL 5 Florida at San Francisco, 10:07 a.m., If necessary (ESPN) NL playoffs BRAVES 2, ASTROS 1 HOUSTON ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Biggk>2b 4000 Lottond 4110 DeBetlrt 4000 Lckhri2b 3000 Bgwell 1b 4000 Grtfnno2b 0000 LGnzlzlf 4020 ChJnes3b 2001 Splers3b 4000 McGrrMb 3000 Hidalgocf 3000 KleskoII 3111 Berryph 1000 AJonesrf 0000 Esebtoc 3120 Tuckerrt 3000 Gtenezss 2000 Butistalf 0000 Kilep 2021 EddPrzc 3000 Abreu ph 1010 Blauser ss 2000 RSprgrp 0000 GMduxp 2000 TMrinp 0000 Totals 32 1 7 1 Totals 25 2 2 2 Houston 000 010 000—1 Atlanta 110 000 00>-2 E—Biggio (1). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Houston 5, Atlanta 2. 2B—Lofton (1). HR—Klesko (1). SB—Eusebio (1), Abreu (1). CS—Lofton (I). SF-ChJones. IP H HER BB SO Houston KlleL.0-1 7 22224 •BSpringer 2-300 002 TMartin 1-300 000 Atlanta GMadduxW,14 9 71116 Umpires—Home, Bonln; First, Rapuano; Second, Reliford; Third, Rippley; Left, Wendelsledt; Right, Hernandez. T—2:15. A—46,467 (50,528). MARLINS 2, GIANTS 1 SAN FRAN FLORIDA sbrhbl abrhbl DHmtncf 4000 DWhUecf 5000 MueterSb 4111 Rntariass 5021 Bonds If Snowlb Kent2b Javier rf Vzcalnoss BJhnsnc 4010 ShffMd rf 3000 Bonllla 3b 3000 Akxilf 3010 Conine 1b 3000 CJhnsnc 3000 Cunsell 2b 2 0 30 4000 4 0 3 2 2 0 Rueterp 2010 KJBwnp 2000 GHillph 1000 Afibonph 1000 ;Tvarezp 0000 Cookp 0000 'RHmdzp 0000 Esnrichph 0000 Totals M 1 4 1 Totals 31 2 7 2 San Francisco 000 000 100—1 Florida 000 000 101-2 Two outs when winning run scored. DP—San Francisco 1. LOB—San Francisco 2, Florida 10. 2B—Bonds (1), Sheffield (1). HR—Mueller (1), CJohnson (1). CS-Javier (1). S—Counsell. IP H flER BB 90 Sin FfMtcuco Rueter 7 41135 TavarezL.0-1 1 21110 RHemandez 2-31 001 0 Florida KJBrown 7 41105 CookW.1-0 2 00003 Tavarez pitched to 2 batters In the 9th. HBP—by Tavarez (CJohnson). UfnpirM'' Hofiw, Hirscnbock, M.; First, Dtv* Bng; Second, Hellion; Third, DeMuth; Left, Tata; Right, Gorman. T—2:48. A—42,167 (41.855). American League YANKEES 8, INDIANS 6 CLEVELAND NEW YORK abrhbl sbrhH Roberts* 3121 Raines* 4113 Vlzquel ss 3010 Jeter ss 5121 Rmlrez rf 5121 ONeW rf 3111 Thometb 5020 BeWmscf 2100 Justice dh 4110 TMrtnz 1b 4121 MaWm3b 4100 Curtis If 2010 SAImr c 4123 Boggs 3b 4111 Giles If 4000 Hayes 3b 0000 Grssomcf 4110 Glrardlc 4110 Snchez2b 3121 Totals 38 111 5 Totals 31 811 t Cleveland 600 100 000—8 New York 010 115 Wi-t DP-Cleveland 3, New York t. LOB-Cleveland 9, New York 6. 2B—Justice (1), Sanchez (1). 3B-Gri9som (1). HR—SAtomar (1), Raines (1), Jeter (1), O'Neill (1), TMarUnez (t). SB- Roberta 2 (2). S—Vlzquel. SF-Ralnes. IP H HER BB SO Cleveland Hershiser 41-36 3 3 2 1 Woman 0 00010 Plunk L.0-1 11-34 4 4 0 1 Assenmacher 2-311110 MJackson 12-30 0 0 t 1 New York Cone 31-3 7 6 6 2 2 MendozaW,14 31-3 1 0 0 0 2 Stanton 0 10010 Nelson 1 10010 MRtveraS.I 11-310001 Morman pitched to 1 batter In the 5th, Stanton pitched to 2 baiters In the 7th. HBP—by Assenmacher (BeWilllams), by Cone (MaWllllams). WP—Cone. Umpires—Home, Tschlda; First, Morrison; Second. Reed; Third, Scott; Lett, Garcia; Right, Cousins. T—3:28. A—57,398 (57,545). Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T PeL PF PA New England 400 1.000 130 40 N.Y. Jels 3 2 0 .600 141 94 Buffalo 2 2 0 .500 94 113 Miami 2 2 0 .500 71 77 Indianapolis 0 4 0 .000 54 115 Central Jacksonville 3 1 0 .750 110 85 Baltimore 3 2 0 .600 127 92 Pittsburgh 2 2 0 .500 79 104 Cincinnati 1 3 0 .250 68 113 Tennessee 1 3 0 .250 71 110 West Denver 500 1.000 156 72 Kansas City 4 1 0 .600 108 93 Oakland 2 3 0 .400 141 123 San Diego 2 3 0 .400 77 116 Seattle 2 3 0 .400 91 121 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Dallas 3 t 0 .750 107 55 Washington 3 t 0 .750 80 49 N.Y. Giants 2 3 0 .400 84 103 Arizona 1 3 0 .250 77 84 Philadelphia 1 3 0 .250 66 89 Central Tampa Bay 500 1.000 115 76 Detroit 3 2 0 .600 120 98 Green Bay 3 2 0 .600 123 110 Minnesota 3 2 0 .600 135 122 Chicago 0 5 0 .000 61 155 West San Francisco 4 t 0 .800 122 60 Carolina 2 3 0 .400 80 106 SI. Louis 2 3 0 .400 94 112 New Orleans 1 4 0 .200 81 122 Atlanta 0 5 0 .000 82 136 Sunday's Games Tampa Bay 19, Arizona 18 Denver 29, Atlanta 21 Detroit 26, Green Bay 15 Pittsburgh 37, Tennessee 24 Washington 24, Jacksonville 12 New York Giants 14, New Orleans g San Diego 21, Baltimore 17 Dallas 27, Chicago 3 New York Jets 31, Cincinnati 14 Oakland 35, SL Louis 17 Kansas City 20, Seattle 17, OT Minnesota 26, Philadelphia 19 Open dale: Buffalo, Indianapolis, Miami, New England Monday's Game San Francisco 34, Carolina 21 Sunday, Oct. 6 Cincinnati al Jacksonville, noon Dallas at New York Giants, noon Detroit at Buffalo, noon Kansas City al Miami, noon Pittsburgh at Baltimore, noon Tampa Bay al Green Bay, noon Washington at Philadelphia, noon Tennessee at Seattle, 3 p.m. Minnesota at Arizona, 3 p.m. New York Jels at Indianapolis, 3 p.m. San Diego al Oakland, 3 p.m. New Orleans at Chicago, 7 p.m. Open dale: Atlanta, Carolina, St. Louis, San Francisco Monday, Oct 6 New England al Denver, 8 p.m. College NAIA POLL TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The top 25 learns In the NAIA football poll with first-place votes In parentheses, records through SepL 30, total points and previous ranking: Record Pis Pvs t.F!ndlay,Ohk>(12) 34 396 1 2. Evangel, Mo. (2) 24 374 2 3. Westminster, Pa. (2) 34 368 3 4,Pac-Lutheran,Wash. 3-0 324 7 6. Sioux Falls, S.D. 3-1 321 6 6. Willamette, Ore. 34 320 8 7. W. Washington 2-1 309 9 8. Montana Tech 3-1 263 5 Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1 SOCCER Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor, 2*4 p.m. VOLLEYBALL Hesston, Ottawa JV at Brown Mackle, 5'30 p.m. ny Thompson 138, Jennifer Nelson 144, Amanda Lampe 121. 9. Geneva, Pa. 10. Benedictine 11. Clinch Valley, Va. 12. Jamestown, N.O. 13. Walsh, Onto 14. Doane, Neb. 15. Central Washington 18. Qraceland, Iowa 17. Cumberland, Tern. 17. Northwestern, Iowa 19.Mlnn.-Crookston 20. Bethany 21. Campbetlsvffle, Ky. 22. Western Oregon 23. Ottawa 24. Peru State. Neb. 25. Mary, N.D. 25. SI Ambrose, Iowa 2-1 34 3-1 M 30 34 2-1 30 2-1 3-1 4-0 1-1 2-1 3-0 34 3-1 3-1 1-2 258 257 251 206 177 147 127 127 120 103 87 78 59 48 25 25 12 13 4 14 15 16 10 20 17 16 25 11 24 23 Junior college NJCAA POLL COLORADO SPRINGS, Coto. (AP) - The top 15 teams In the National Junior College ABiletlc Association football poll wtth first-place votes In parentheses, records through Sept. 28 and total points: Record Pts 1. Dixie, Utah (8) 4-0 115 2. Garden City (1) 5-0 104 3. Ricks, Idaho (1) 5-0 88 tie, Tyler, Texas 4-0 88 5. Trinity Valley, Texas 44 75 6. Grand Rapids, Mich. 5-0 71 7. Nassau, N.Y, 34 66 8. Blinn, Texas 3-1 44 9. Coffeyvllle 4-1 40 10. Montgomery, Md. 44 26 11. Hinds, Miss. 3-1 20 12. Snow, Utah 2-1 14 13. Rochester, Minn. 44 12 14. N.E. Oklahoma 3-1 11 15. Rock Valley, III. 3-1 7 Harrah's Odds RENO, Nev (AP) — Odds for this weekend's college football and NFL games from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: COLLEQE Thursday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG Utah 10 al Fresno SL Friday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG at Brigham Young 161/2 Utah SI Saturday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG at Florida State 22 Miami al Ohio State 4 Iowa at Syracuse 14 East Carolina at West Virginia 28 Rutgers Pittsburgh 6 al Temple at Virginia 10 Wake Forest Auburn 7 al So. Carolina at Florida 36 Arkansas at Tennessee 26 Mississippi atClemson 32 Texas-El Paso at Michigan State 24 Minnesota at Georgia 11 Mississippi State at Nebraska 21 Kansas State at Colorado 3 Texas MM Penn Stale 25 at Illinois Michigan 20 at Indiana Oklahoma 3 at Kansas LSU 151/2 al Vanderbllt al Missouri 17 Iowa State Texas 61/2 at Okla. State Rice 10 al Tulsa Notre Dame Pk at Stanford at UCLA 241/2 Houston Georgia Tech 7 at Boston College at Colorado State 30 Hawaii Washington Slate 71/2 at Oregon at Oregon State 16 San Jose State at Southern Miss. 14 Louisville al Maryland 4 Duke at Washington 14 Arizona Slate Alabama 61/2 at Kentucky Wisconsin 31/2 at Northwestern Texas Tech 4 at Baylor at Cincinnati 111/2 Memphis atTulane 6 Army North Carolina 251/2 al TCU at New Mexico 7 Southern Meth. al Arizona 12 San Diego St. at Dartmouth 81/2 Cornell at Southern Cal 27 UNLV at Virginia Tech 191/2 Miami, Ohio California 8 al La. Tech-x al Wyoming 15 Montana x-at Shreveport, La. NFL Sunday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG at Miami 3 Kansas City atGreenBay 8 Tampa Bay Dallas 7 at N.Y. Giants at Buffalo 31/2 Detroit Pittsburgh 2 at Baltimore al Philadelphia 31/2 Washington at Jacksonville 7 Cincinnati al Oakland 7 San Diego al Arizona 1 Minnesota at Seattle 5 Tennessee N.Y. Jels 3 al Indianapolis al Chicago 3 New Orleans Monday at Denver 41/2 New England High school AP CONSENSUS RANKINGS Class 6A 1. Olathe North, 44. 2. Manhattan, 44. 3. Olalhe East, 44.4. Shawnee Mission West, 31.5. Blue Valley Northwest, 3-1. Others rated: Emporta, 4-0. Cliss SA 1. Liberal, 44.2. Sallna Central, 44.3. Wichita Carroll, 44. 4. Wlntleld, 44. 5. Stlhvell-Blue Valley, 44. Others rated: Sallna South, 3-1. Class 4A 1. Smoky Valley, 44. 2. Augusta, 4-0. 3, tie. Ulysses, 44, and Topeka Hayden, 3-1.5. Santa Fe Trail, 44. Others rated: Osawatomle, 44; Loulsburg, 40; Scott City, 3-1. Clsss 3A 1. Smith Center, 44.2. Rtverton, 44.3. Hois- Ington, 44.4, tie. Eureka, 44, and Silver Lake, 3-1. Others rated: Marlon, 44; Holcomb, 44. Class 2-1A 1. Garden Plain, 44. 2. St. Francis, 44. 3. ClalHn, 4-0.4. Hill City, 3-1.5. Atwood, 44. Others rated: Centralia, 44; Troy, 44. Eight-Man I 1. Mankato, 44. 2. Little River, 34. 3. Coldwater, 3-1. 4, tie. Satanla, 44; Chetopa, 34, and Spearvllle, 3-1. Others rated: Waconda East, 4-0; Ashland, 3-1; Centre, 3-1; Midway-Demon, 44; MInneota, 3-1. Eight-Man II 1. Be. Sylvan Grove, 44, and Hanston, 4-0.3. Hope, 44.4. Trlplalns, 44.5. Lewis, 3-1. Others rated: Northern Valley, 3-1. Junior high SAUNA SOUTH 30, FORT RILEY 8 Sallna South (3-1) 10 14 6 0-30 Fort Rlley 8000-6 Sallna South—Thompson (2) 1,20 runs; Ztef (2) 12 run, 79 Interception return; safety. PAT— Thompson 2 runs. Fort Rlley—Scoring not available. Volleyball State college AT HILLBORO Bethel def. Tabor, 15-10,15-13,10-15,15-11 AT SALINA Kansas Wesleyan def. Southwestern 154,152,15-9 AT STERLING Sterling def. Friends 15-3,15-5,15-13 High school KVA STATE RANKINGS CLASS 6A 1. Blue Valley Northwest 164, 2. Lawrence, 12-2; 3. Manhattan, 12-3; 4. Leavenworth, 134; 6. Washbum Rural, 12-2. CLASS 5A 1. Bishop Carroll, 154; 2. Sallna South, 16-2; 3. St. Thomas Aquinas, 13-2; 4. Goddard, 11-2; 5. Andover, 10-3. CLASS 4A 1. Concordla. 16-0; 2. Santa Fe Trail, 12-1; 3. Perry-Lecompton, 174; 4. AbHene, 16-1; 5. Anderson County, 13-1. CLASS 3A 1. Lakln, 20-2; 2. Conway Springs, 104; 3. Holcomb, 16-2; 4. Leavenworth Immaculata, 122; 5. Erie, 12-1. CLASS 2A 1. Moundridge, 12-1; 2. Rossville, 13-2; 3. Valley Heights, 18-3; 4. SI. Franks, 7-2; 5. Goessel, 11-5. CLASS 1A 1. Weskan, 134; 2. Cenlralla, 154; 3. Waverly, 154; 4. Welmore, 12-1; 5. Axlell, 11-3. High school AT TESCOTT Tescott def. Centre, 16-2,16-3; Centre def. St. Xavler, 15-1,15-5; Tescott def. St. Xavler, 154, 15-1 AT GRAINFIELD Wheatland def. LaCrosse, 15-2,154; Wheatland del. LaCrosse, 15-1,15-11 AT MINNEAPOLIS Minneapolis def. Ellsworth, 5-15,15-11,15-6; Ellsworth def. Minneapolis, 15-13,15-5 AT SALINA Sacred Heart def. Chase County, 15-10,15-5; Sacred Heart def. Chase County, 15-5,154 AT BELOIT Belott def. SE Saline, 12-15,15-9,15-13; SE Saline def. BetoN, 19-17,15-11 AT MANKATO North Central def. Mankato, 15-13, 15-11; North Central def. Kensington, 15-5; 15-11; Mankato def. Kensington, 164,7-15,154 AT DOWNS Waconda East del. Downs, 15-7,154; Waconda East def. Sylvan, 6-15,15-7,15-8; Sylvan del. Downs, 15-9,15-3 AT CONCORDIA Concordla def. Abilene, 164,15-1; Concordla del. Abilene, 15-10,154 AT CUBA Hillcrest del. Jewell, 1-15,154,154; Jewell def. Pike Valley, 15-5,15-13; Pike Valley def. Hillcrest, 8-15,154,15-9 AT HILL CITY Hill City def. Plalnville, 6-15, 15-9, 154; .Plalnville def. Northern Valley, 154,15-11; Hill City def. Northern Valley, 15-12,18-14 AT RANDOLPH Bern def. BV Randolph, 15-10, 6-15, 16-14; Clifton-Clyde def. Bern, 17-15,15-11; BV Randolph del. Cliflon-ClyrJe, 15-5/15-10 AT MILTONVALE Hope def. Southern Cloud, 15-11,19-17; Hope def. Bennlngton, 15-1,15-7; Southern Cloud def. Bennlngton, 15-8,15-13 AT OSBORNE Osbome del. Ellis, 15-2, 15-13; Phlllipsburg def. Ellis, 15-415-13; Osbome def. Phlllipsburg, 154,15-4 Junior varsity AT SAUNA Sacred Heart def. Chase County, 154,15-3 Golf High school EMPOHIA INVITATIONAL Emporia Municipal, Par 71 Team scores Manhattan 359, Washbum Rural 359, Emporta 371, Topeka Hayden 385, Shawnee Heights 471, Sallna Central 493, Council Grove 501, Salina South 523, Topeka Seaman 546. Top 10 Individuals 1. Sara Payne, WR, 83; 2. Becky Wiley, E, 83; 3. Christy Kltterman, M, 84; 4. Melissa Ntvert, M, 86; 5. Sara Duetch, WR, 89; 6. Stephanie Francis, TH, 90; 7. Janet nice, WR, 92; 6. Bridget Fair, M, 93; 9. Kristin Thompson, E, 93; 10. Amy Jaroe, WR, 95. Sallna Central Individuals Jordanne Lame 112, Lacey Bowman 141, Bekah Klckhaeler 116, Autumn Baldwin 129, Tasha Rathman 136. Sallna South Individuals Undsey Graham 141, Sarah Hodges 125, Jen- Hole-in-one WHO-Kevin Miner. WHERE — Sallna Municipal Golf Course. WHEN — Tuesday, SepL 30,1997. HOLE-No. 8. DISTANCE —185 yards. CLUB USED —5-wood. WITNESSES—James Sonars, Mike Miller. Tennis State college FORT HAV8 STATE S, BARTON COUNTY 4 Singles No. 1 — Johnson, BC, det. Moore, 4-6,6-2,64; No. 2—Wendt, BC, def. Irish, 6-4,6-4; No. 3 — Koran, FH, del. Watklns, 6-1,6-0; No. 4 — Olsen, FH, def. Price, 6-4,6-3; No. E - A.KIug, BC, det. Gottschalk, 6-4,64; No. 6 — Schlehuber, FH, def. B.Klug, 34,6-3,6-3. Doublet No. 1 — 1. Horan-Oisen, FH, def. Johnson- Watklns, 8-2; No. 2 — Prtce-WefKtl, BC, det. Moore-Irish, 84; No. 3 — Gottashalk-Schlehu- ber, FH, def. Detong-Ummel, 8-8 (7-2). High school JUNCTION CITY INVITATIONAL Tearrt scores Sallna South 44, Sallna Central 40, Topeka West 24; Junction City 14, Salina South B 13, Shawnee Heights 7. Sallna results No. 1 singles — 1. Muetlng, SS, def. Jones, TW. 84; def. Weese, SH, 84; def. Gariow, SC, 6-4.2. Oarlow, SC, del. White, X, 8-1; def. Kinnard, SS, 8-1; lost to Mueling, SS, 8-4.4. Kinnard, SS, def. White, JC, 8-1; lost to Gariow, SC, 8-1; tost to Jones, TW, 84. No. 2 single* — 1. Feyerherm, SS, del. Jones, TW, 8-2; def. Findley, SH, 84; def. Pow elf, SC, 8-2.2. Powell, SC, def. Jaboneta, JC, 86; def. Blckel, S3,8-4; lost to Feyerherm, S3,8- 2.8. Blckel, SS, lost to Jaboneta, JC, 84; lost to Powell, SC, 8-4; lost to Findley, SH, 8-2. No. 1 doublet -1. Dunlap-Day, S3, del. Ro- drlzuez-Grleve, TW, 8-3; def. Davls-Wadley, SH, 8-1; def. Mlze-Tumqulst, SC, 8-4,2. Mlze-Tum- qulst, SC,, def. Edwards-Helnlcke, JC, 8-4; def. Stefcften-Kruse, SS, 8-1; lost to Dunlap-Day, SS, 8-4.6. Stelchen-Kruse, 88, lost to Edwards- Helnlcke, JC, 84; lost to Mlze-Tumqulst SC, 61; lost to Davls-Wadley, 8H, 8-4. No. 2 doubles — 1. Ssaton-Colllns, SC, def. Opal-Eckhardt, JC, 84; def. Peterson-Newcomer, SS, 8-5; def, Chase-Kelly, S3,8-3.2. Chase- Kelly, SS, def, Willlams-Pltsenburger, TW, 84; def. ProfW-Howland, SH, 8-1; lost to Seaton- Collins, SC, 8-3. 3. Peterson-Newcomer, 33, def. Opat-Eckhardt, JC, 8-4; lost to Seaton- Collins, SC, 8-5; def. Willlams-Pltsenburger, TW.8-5. ELLSWORTH QUADRANGULAR Tetm Scores Ellsworth 23, Holslnglon 20, Lyons 17, PlaMIe 0. Individual results No. 1 Singles - 1. Radenberg, H, 34; 2. Doubrava, E, 2-1; 3. Imel, L, 1-2; 4. Melstrell, P, 0-3. No. 2 Singles -1. SL Clalr, E, 34; 2. Carney, H, 2-1; 3. Burdelte, L. 1-2; 4. Carpenter, P, 0-3. No. 1 Doubles - 1. Davis-Zeman, E, 34; 2. Searte-Colberg, L, 2-1; 3. Zecha-Hekele, H, 1 -2; 4. Mllls-Finnesy, P, 0-3. No. 2 Doubles -1. Semmol-Knlght, L. 34; 2. Bates-Schiller, H, 2-1; 3. Barla-Kratzer, E, 1-2; 4. Glendonlng-Dopita, P, 0-3. Junior varsity SAUNA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL Team scores Lyons 42, McPharson 41, Smoky Valley 35, Sallna Central 28, Manhattan 35, Salina South 22,Nk*erson15. Sallna results Singles No. 1 — 5. Seaton, SC, 1-1; 6. Rlley, SS, 1-2. No. 2 — 2. Mlze, SC, 1-1; 3. Harding, S3,2-1. Doubles No. 1 — 5. Griffln-Mattison. SC, 2-1; 6. Pow- er-DuBols, SS, 0-2. No. 2 — 4. Bressel-SwHs- man, SC, 1-2; 5. Maresch-Romlnger, S3,1-1. Cross country High school LYONS INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Ellsworth 59, Chapman 72, SE Saline 73, Abilene 109, Lyons 124, Hutehlnson Trinfty'125, Holsington 135, Smoky Valley 23.1, Klngman 241, Elllnwood 284, Lamed 287, Haven 301, HIUsboro316. Top 10 Individuals 1. Orozco, Ells, 16:17; 2. Craig, SES, 16:26; 3. Casskfy Smith, Ells, 16:50; 4. Cody Smith, Ells, 17:07; 5. Willis, SES, 17:18; 6. Pavkov, SE3, 17:19; 7. Dumler, Ly, 17:25; 8. Pafodoz, HT, 1728; 9. Wanamaker, HT, 17:33; 10, Mover, C, 17:34. Other SE Saline results 25. Evans, 1822; 40. Koons, 19:10; 49. Unne- man, 19:31; 52. Prater, 19:35. Junior varsity race 2. Ellerlson, 19:31. Freshman race 10. Esllck, 20:47; 16. Small, 22:13. QIRLS Team scores Holsington 46, Chapman 75, Ellsworth 88, SE Saline 88, Haven 124, Hillsboro 132, Abilene 172, Lamed 211, Klngman 234. Top 10 Individuals 1. Brady, SES, 13:01; 2. Karak, Ells, 13:21; 3. Justice, SES, 13:24; 4. Hlgglns, Ly, 13:26; 6. Funk, Ha, 13:27; 6. Herren, Ho, 13:28; 7. Phillips, Ho, 13:31; 8. Planted, Ch. 13:40; 9. Calovlch, Ch 13:45; 10. Duerksen, H113:46. Other SE Saline results 12. Jackson, 13:67; 41. Lund, 15:19; 42. Myers, 16:30; 50. Mueller, 15:63; 56. Robin Gregory, 16:20. Junior varsity race 45. Prater, 19:10. OBEflUN INVITATIONAL Boys Team (cores McCook 63, Goodland 91, Oakley 96, Phillipsburg 103, Oberlln 103, Wheatland 111, Oulnter 111, Colby JV 169. ' Top 10 Individuals 1. Gan|e, Oberlln, 16:52; 2. AHberg, Oberlln. 16:57; 3. Porter, Oulnter, 17:00; 4. Tedford, Goodland, 17:04; 5. Maddux, McCook, 17:13:8. Bates, McCook, 17:37; 7. Basgafl, Hemdon, 17:46; 8. F*an, Colby, 17:47; 9. WagneV, PhHIIpsburg, 17:48; 10. TutHe, Wheatland, 17:51. Girls Teem (core* Oakley 27, McCook 38, Dundy County 88, Qoodland 94. Top 10 Individuals 1. Huncovsky, Oakley, 12:12; 2. Case, Dundy County, 12:34; 3. Stover, Oulnter, 12:35; 4. Ross. Golden Plains, 12:52; 5. Dufflekf, McCook, 13:11; 6. Muehlenkamp, McCook, 13:30: 7. Hake, Oakley, 13:31; 8. Shoff, Oakley, 13:33; 9. Dlnkel, Oakley, 13:35; 10. Pfannenstlel, Oakley, 13:41. Fishing Area results KANSAS SMALL WATER BASS ANGLERS SEPTEMBER TOURNAMENT At Council Qrove • 1. Mike Morgan, Herington, 5 fish, 745 points; 2. David Kahle, Herington, 8 fish, 708 points; 3. (tie) Bud Lutes, Sallna a Larry Kenlson, Sallna, 4 fish, 542 points. Large bisi—Morgan, 15 % Inch largemouth. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division » W L TPts OF GA Florida 000000 New Jersey 000000 N.Y. Islanders 000000 N.Y. Rangers 000000 Philadelphia 000000 Tampa Bay 000000 Washington 000000 Northeast Division W L TPts OF GA Boston 000 0 0 0 Buffalo 000000 Carolina 000000 Montreal 000 0 0 0 Ottawa 000000 Pittsburgh 000000 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPts OF GA Chicago 000000 Dallas 000 0 0 0 Detroit 000000 Phoenix 000000 SL Louis 000000 Toronto ' 000000 Ptchlc Division W L TPts OF GA Anaheim 000000 Calgary • 000000 Colorado 000 0 0.0 Edmonton 000 00 0 Los Angeles 000000 San Jose 000000 Vancouver 000000 Wednesday's Games Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. Ottawa at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Florida at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Carolina at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. Washington at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Buffalo at SI. Louis, 7:30 p.m. Dallas al Colorado, 8 p.m. Detroit at Calgary, 8 p.m. Chicago al Phoenix, 9 p.m. Edmonton at San Jose, 9:30 p.m. Thursday's Game Los Angeles al Boston, 6:30 p.m. Bowling Local results AMF ALL-STAR LANES MEN Game — 1. Tim Buchanon, 300; 2. Guy Bowles, 280; 3. James Sollars, 266; 4. Tom Morgan 255; 5. Jamie Wood, 253. Series — 1. Buchanon, 788; 2. Bowles, 750; 3. Charles Mosley, 646; 4. Thomas Pennlnglon, 640; 5. Ken Keehner, 628. WOMEN Gams — 1. Jerri Davis, 221; 2. Kathy Herron, 219; 3. (He) Rln Ratzlaff & Jeanne Hansen, 215; 5. Carol Becker, 213. Series -1. Barb Hunter, 591 ;Z. Davis, 687; 3. Herron 566; 4. Linda Sherman, 557; 5. (He) Chert Livingston, Betty Morrow & Kay Jennings, 555. SENIOR MEN Game — 1. Charles Shaman, 236; 2. James Valcoure, 221; 3. Ralph Johnson, 221; 4. Emll Lopez, 220; 5. Pele Peterson, 215. Series — 1. Lopez, 599; 2. George Wilson, 593; 3. Sherman, 592; 4. Valcoure, 579; 5. Leo Anderson, 571. SENIOR WOMEN Game — 1. Helen Lopshlre, 215; 2. Bart) Hunter, 192; 3, Leora James; 191; 4. Eva Rogers, 189; 5. Jerry Ray, 186. Sstlts — 1. Hunter, 552; 2. Lopshlre, 532; 3. Barb Nelson, 510; 4. Ray, 498; 5. Rose Rorflna, 484. Recreation SPR scores MEN'S SOFTBALL League 1 — AMBUCS 22-15, The Sweat Hogs 14; Crow's Nest Stallions 12-15, Domino's/McDonalds Hammerheads 11-2. General Transactions BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Agreed to terms with 1B Frank Thomas on four-year contract. Fired Terry Bevinglon, manager. TEXAS RANGERS-Sent RHP Terry Clark, LHP Bryan Eversgerd, C Henry Mercedes, OF Alez Diaz, OF Marc Sagmoen and OF Mike Simms outright to Oklahoma City of the Amah- can Association. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS CHEYENNE CONFERENCE Conference Overall Northern Valley 20 31 Eastern Heights 11 31 Palco 11 31 Logan 00 21 Kensington 00 22 Lenora 00 02 Norland 02 04 Ust Week's Results Eastern Heights 62, Morfand 6; Kensington 62, Upton 6; Lenora, open; Logan 70, Downs 20; Northern Valley 62, Palco 26. This Week's Games Friday - Kensington at Palco; Lenora al Herndon; Logan at Moitand; Natoma at Eastern Heights; Northern Valley al Ransom. COTTONWOOD VALLEY Conference Overall Marlon 20 40 Chase County 21 22 Council Grove 21 22 Sacred Heart 12 13 Herington 11 31. Remington 03 13 Uet Week'* Result* Marlon 15, Chase County 12; Council Grove 6, Sacred Heart 0; Herington 38, Remington 12. This Week's Games Friday - Herington at Council Grove; Remington al Chase County; Sacred Heart at Marlon. EISENHOWER Conference Oversll Hope 40 43 0 Centre 31 31 Tescott 31 31 Solomon 12 22 Bennlngton 12 13 White City 13 13 6L John's MUtoy 02 13 Wakenekl 02 03 Ust Week's Reiult* Hope 50, Bennlngton 8; SL John's Military 60, Emmanuel Christian 28; Tescotl 40, Solomon 14; Wakefield, open; Centre 62, White City 12. This Week's Osjn.s \ Friday - Centre al Wakefield; Hope at St. John's Military; Solomon at Bennlngton; Tescott al Quivlra Heights; White City at Blue Valley Randolph. HEART OF AMERICA 11-Man Conference Oversll Canton-Galva 10 31 Ell-Saline 10 31 Inman 10 22 Peabody 01 13 Sedgwlck 01 13 Moundridge 01 04 Last Week's Results Canton-Galva 54, Peabody 0; Ell-Saline 53, Moundridge 12; Inman 35, Sedgwlck 14. This Week's Games Friday - Moundridge at Inman; Peabody al Ell-Saline; Sedgwlck al Canton-Galva. 1-70 Conference Overall Sallna Central 30 40 Manhattan 10 40 Sallna South 21 31 Junction City 01 31 Tooeka West 01 22 Topeka High 03 13 Ust Week's Remits Salina Central 40, Junction City 9; Manhattan 35, Main 0; Sallna South 36, Topeka High 12; Topeka West 27, Highland Park 21. This Week's Qsmes Friday - Manhattan at Salina South; Sallna Central at Topeka Weil; Topeka High al Junction City, MID-CONTINENT * Conference Oveftl SmtthCtnler 40 40 EUll 3131 HUlCify 31 31 Norton 31 31 Stockton 22 22 Trego 2,2 22 Victoria 22 22 PhUllpjbu/o, 13 13 Osbome 04 04 Plalnville 04 04 Ust Week's Results Norton 12, Trego 6; Smith Center 50, Osbome 0; Phlllipsburg 13, Victoria 12; Hill City 72, Plalnville 0; Stockton 1 6, Ellis 14. This Week's Qamea Friday - Hill City at Norton; Osborne at Phlllipsburg; Smith Center at Plalnville; Trego at Stockton; Victoria at Ellis. NCAA Conference Overall Belleville 10 40 Beloll 10 22 Southeast-Saline 10 22 Ellsworth 11 22 Minneapolis 01 04 Russell 02 04 Ust Week's Results Belolt 39, Ellsworth 6; Clay Center 14, Minneapolis 13; Belleville 14, Clifton-Clyde 0; Southeast of Saline 41 , Russell 22. Thlt Week's Games Friday - Abilene at Belolt; Belleville al Con- cordla; Ellsworth al Southeast of Saline; Minneapolis al Russell. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS Conference Oversll Abilene 10 22 Concordla 11 31 Maryevllle 11 31 Womego 11 31 Clay Center 00 13 Chapman 01 22 UstWsck'eRteuits Clay Center 14, Minneapolis 13; Concordla 30, Maryivllle 22; Chapman 36, TMP-Martan 24; Abilene 21, Watmgoig. -Ab^tfBjk>lt; Belleville aj Con- cordja; Chapman al Wamego; MaiyivUe al Clay Center. NORTHWeST KANSAS Conference Overall Alwood 40 40 SL Francis 20 40 Oakley 31 31 Colby 22 22 Hoxie • 1113 Goodland 01 04 Oulnter 03 04 Oberlin 0' 4 04 Ust Week's Results Atwood 29, Goodland 7; St. Francis 22, Holyoke, Colo. 10; Hoxle 25, Oberlln 0; Oakley 24, Colby 20; Sharon Springs 50, Qulnler 6. This Week's Games Friday - Dlghton at Atwood; Goodland al Oberlin; Hays at Colby; Qulnler at Hoxle; St. Francis al Oakley. PIKE TRAIL Conference Overall Mankato 40 40 Pike Valley 40 40 Waconda East 40 40 Jewell 22 22 Hillcrest 12 13 St. John's Beloit 13 13 North Central 02 04 While Rock 03 04 Southern Cloud 04 04 Ust Week's Results BaJleyville 44, Hillciest 16; Waconda East 76, Jewell 39; Mankato 55, North Central 8; St. John's Belolt 62, Southern cloud 14; Pike Valley 44, White Rock 0. This Week's Games Frlaey - Merest at Waconda East; Mankalo al Jewell; Pike Valley al Axlell; SL John's Belolt at North Central; While Rock al Southern Cloud. TWIN LAKES Corrference Overall WOW 40 40 Sylvan .10 40 Lucu-Luray 21 31 Chase 22 22 Downs 11 13 Natoma 03 04 Tlpton 03 04 Uet Week's Result* Grinnell 42, Natoma 14; Kensington 62, Tlpton 6; Logan 70, Downs 20; Sylvan 66, Chase 22; Wilson 34, Lucas-Luray 32. This Week's Games Friday - Chase at Lucas-Luray; Downs al Wilson; Natoma at Eastern Heights; Sylvan at Tipton. TWIN VALLEY Conference Overall Centralia 30 40 Onaga 20 '31 Frankfort 01 31 Valley Heights 01 13 Washington 01 03 Clifton-Clyde 02 13 Uet Week's Results Belleville 14, Clifton-Clyde 0; Centralia 14, Frankfort 13; Onaga 22, Washington 20; Hebron, Neb. 40, Valley Heights 6. This Week's Games Fridiy - Burilngame al Cenlralla; Clifton- Clyde al Rlley County; Exeter, Neb. at Valley Heights; Onaga al Frankfort; Washington al Friend, Neb. EI(|,rt-M«n Conference Overall Axlell 2031 Balleyvllle 10 31 Bern 21 31 Unn 2131 BV Randolph 12 22 St. Marys Academy 13 13 Hanover 02 13 UstWseK's Results Axtell 64, Hanover 60; Baileyvllle 44, Hltaest 18; Bern 14, Blue Valley Randolph 8; Unn 32, St. Marys Academy 18. , This Week's Game* Friday - Balleyvllle at Unn; Hanover at Bam; Pike Valley at Axtell; SL Maryi Academy at Midway Denton; White City at Blue Valley Randolph. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY Division I Conference Overall Sharon Springs 00 40 Tribune 00 31 Cheylln 00 22 Grinnell 00 22 Division II Conference Oversll Trlplalns 20 40 Healy-UUca 11 13 Brewster 00 13 Golden Plains 02 04 Ust Week's Results Cheylln 64, Brewster 66; Grinnell 42, Naloma 14; Heaty-Utica 46, Golden Plains 26; Sharor Springs 50, Qulnter 6; Triplains 32, Tribune 26. This Week'* Game* Friday - Breweter at Golden Plains; Healy-UU ca al Cheylln; Sharon Springs al Rolla; Tribune at Haviland) Trlplalns at Grinnell. OTHERS Conference Overell Smoky Valley 00 40 Herndon 00 31 Quivlra Heights 00 31 Hillsboro 00 22 McPherson 00 22 TMP-Martan 00 22 Jennings 00 12 Lincoln 00 13 Hays 0013 Emmanuel Christian 00 03 Laet Week's Resulte SL John's Military 60, Emmanuel Chrlsllan28 Hays 12, Garden City 0; Herndon 60, Bethune Colo. 16; Wichita Collegiate 22, Hillsboro 16 Lawrence, Neb. 52. Jennings 6; Lincoln 42 Otls-Bleon 8; Smoky Valley 22, Lyons 0 Hutchlrnon 20, McPhanjon 18; Quivlra Helghti 44, Stafford 12; Chapman 36, TMP-Marian 24. ThieWeek'*Q*me* Friday . Campus al McPherson; Haven a Smeky\al!ey; Hay* at Colby; UCrosse at Un coin; Unora al Hemdon; Sterling al Hillsboro Tescod al Quivlra Heights; Ulysses at TMP-Mar Ian. Saturday - Cody-Kllgore, Neb. al Jennings Emmanuel Chnsllan vs. Olalhe Christian al St John's Military. SPORTS DIGEST Report: Suspended UCLA players tested positive for marijuana By The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — The way things are going, UCLA might not have enough players to field a team when the basketball season begins in two months. And, this was a team hoping to contend for a national championship. It still might, but not if swingman Kris Johnson and center Jelani McCoy aren't a part of it. Johnson and McCoy, who helped the Bruins reach the Midwest Regional finals in March, were suspended indefinitely Monday for violation of athletic department policies and team rules. The suspensions were announced 10 days after the family of freshman Schea Cotton learned that the NCAA's Eligibility Clearinghouse had invalidated the SAT score he earned in June to establish his eligibility. Cotton figured to have a lot of playing time in the upcoming season. The Long Beach Press-Telegram reported Tuesday that Johnson and McCoy have tested positive for marijuana usage "on more than one occasion" during their stints at the school which, at least in part, led to the players' suspensions. Student-athletes at NCAA member institutions are subject to random drug testing throughout the school year. The Press-Telegram also quoted sources as saying there had been concern in the UCLA athletic department over Johnson's involvement in a number of fights in his three years at the school, the most recent being with UCLA freshman point guard Earl Watson during the summer. Baseball OKLAHOMA CITY — The Big 12 baseball tournament apparently will be returning to Oklahoma City next year. The Daily Oklahoman quoted sources today as saying the Big 12 Conference's athletic directors selected Oklahoma City's bid for a one-year contract to hold the tournament. "Oklahoma City's bid was so good that nobody else was even close," a source said. San Antonio and Austin, Texas, had submitted bids. Big 12 Commissioner Tim Allen declined to confirm or deny an agreement had been reached Monday. The tournament scheduled May 14-17 would be at the riew $27 million ballpark being built in Bricktown. Basketball NEW YORK — Detroit and Washington will be awarded WNBA expansion teams, and the two franchises are already fighting over which one will be awarded ABL defector Nikki McCray, The Associated Press learned Tuesday. Sources close to the league, speaking on the condition they not be identified, confirmed the selection of the two cities. An official announcement will be made today by WN- BA commissioner Val Ackerman. The additions will increase the size of the WNBA to 10 teams. MINNEAPOLIS — Kevin Garnett finally returned to the Twin Cities on Tuesday and joined in for the first time on negotiations on a reported $120 million contract with the Minnesota Tim- ; berwolves. But after about five hours of meetings at Target Center, Garnett retired to his suburban house without agreeing to an extension as what could be a do-or-die deadline loomed for the Wolves. "There's a couple of things they have to work out and they'll reconvene in the morning," Wolves spokesman Kent Wipf said. While there's no deal, Wolves owner Glen Taylor said both sides are "committed to give it our best shot." Neither Garnett nor his agent, Eric Fleisher, was available for comment. However, Fleisher and Taylor talked for the third consecutive day, but for the first time at the team's downtown arena. That and Garnett's afternoon arrival were the most encouraging signs since the talks turned .bitter when Fleisher rejected a $103.5 million, six-year offer last summer. Football GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A year after his defense played a pivotal role in Florida's first national championship, defensive coordinator Bob Stoops has received a $25,000 raise and now earns $150,000, according to the Florida Times-Union. "If money is all I was concerned about, I would have chased other things," Stoops said Tuesday. "I enjoy working with the people and the players here. It's a privilege to coach here. The money part of it has nothing to do with anything." Stoops, hired away from Kansas State after the 1995 season, brought an attacking style of defense to the Gators. A year after they were routed 62-24 by Nebraska in the Fiesta Bowl, Florida gave up an average of 17 points all year in winning the national title. Stoops is regarded as one of the top head coaching prospects, After last season, he turned down an offer to coach Minnesota. Hockey After winning their first Stanley Cup in 42 years, the Detroit Red Wings now face the hard part — repeating. "Our team is going to be tested a lot," said coach Scotty Bowman, whose Red Wings play at Calgary in one of 10 season-openers on Wednesday. "It's up to us as coaches to get them prepared." The defending champions face a daunting task. There hasn't been a repeat winner in the NHL since Pittsburgh in 1991 and 1992. There have been six different league champions in the last six years, and 11 different teams in the finals. "I told them to have a passion," Bowman said. "Just because you've won the Cup, it doesn't go away with the first game." SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Brown Mackle athletic department 785-825-5422 Bethany athletic department 785-227-3311 Fort Hays State athletic department 785-828-4050 Heart of America Sports Camps 785-627-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 766-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9257 Kanaaa State University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wesleyan athletic department 785-827-5541 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays olfMihlng report) 785-628-8614 Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 785-826-7450 Sallna Parks & Recreation office 785-826-7434 Sallna Parks & Recreation Information 785-826-7464 •• University of Kansas ticket office 800-344-2867 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-756-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978-3267

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