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02 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule AUTO RACING 12:05 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Radng, Busch Grand National Series. All Pro Bumper to Bumper 300, WTBS, cable 15. BASEBALL -( jj;30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, American League DMslon Series, Seattle at Balti- moVe, FOX, cable 4. , 8:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Ameri(=an League Division Series. Cleveland at NY •Yankees. NBC, cable 3,13. T' FOOTBALL 11 *.m.—NCAA Football, Miami, Fla. at Florida State, ABC. cable 9,10. i '11:30 a.m. — NCAA Foolball, Texas al Oklahoma State. WIBW. cable 5; WDAF, cable 7: XWCH. cable 12. '11:30 s.m. — NCAA Football. Penn Slate al Illinois. ESPN2. cable 39. , 3 p.m. — NCAA Football, learns TBA, FSN, table 55. • : 2:30 p.m. — NCAA Football, Texas A&M at .Colorado, ABC. cable 9,10. 3 p.m. — NCAA Football, Georgia Tech at (Boston College or Mississippi at Tennessee. CBS, cable 5,12. ;, 4 p.m. — NCAA Football, North Carolina AST 'afTennessee State, BET, cable 57. i.' 5 p.m. — NCAA Foolball, Arkansas at Florida. ESPN2, cable 39. ''5:30 p.m. — NCAA Football, Arizona Slate al Afashington, FSN, cable 55. - 6 p.m. — NCAA Football, Wisconsin at North- 'western, ESPN, cable 38. t Fp.m. — NCAA Foolball, Kansas State al Nebraska, IX, cable 28. 8 p.m. — NCAA Football, Southern Methodist etflew Mexico, ESPN2. cable 39. •>'•• GOLF ' 3 j).m. — PGA Golf, Buick Challenge, ESPN, cable 38. > HOCKEY . .-11 p.m. — NHL Hockey, Anaheim vs. Van- W>uVer, ESPN2, cable 39. Baseball MLB playoffs ''" DIVISIONAL SERIES •' AMERICAN LEAGUE BALTIMORE VS. SEATTLE Wednesday's result i/Ballimore 9, Seattle 3 Thursday's result ^'Baltimore 9, Seattle 3, Baltimore leads series i--- Saturday, Oct. 4 Seattle (Fassero 16-9) at Baltimore (Key 16-1(1), 3:30 p.m. (Fox) [,, Sunday, Oct. S ,,. Seattle at Baltimore, 3:07 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) < : Monday, Oct. 6 _ Seattle at Baltimore, 3:07 p.m., If necessary "•- • - CLEVELAND VS. NY YANKEES ".}• • Tuesday's result New York 8, Cleveland 6 Thursday's result .^Cleveland 7, New York 5, series lied 1-1 „-. Saturday, Oct. 4 •New York (Wells 16-10) al Cleveland (Nagy '1*10), 6:37 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, Oct. 5 New York al Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. (Fox) °"' Monday, Oct. 6 ;New York at Cleveland, 7:11 p.m., If neces- SOT(FOX) 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE ATLANTA VS. HOUSTON Tuesday's result 'Atlanta 2, Houston 1 n '•'' Wednesday's result ; , Atlanta 13, Houston 3 Friday's result "Atlanta 4, Houston 1, Atlanta wins series 3-0 I; SAN FRANCISCO VS. FLORIDA fM Tuesday's result " Florida 2, San Francisco 1 ..« Wednesday's result • Florida 7, San Francisco 6 Friday's result - -Florida 6, San Francisco 2, Florida wins series National League BRAVES 4, ASTROS 1 ATLANTA HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Lofton d 5010 BiggioSb 4000 Lcklut2b 3000 DeBellri 4000 GrtffinoSb 1000 Bgwell 1b 4010 ChJnesSb 4131 LGnzlzlf 4010 McGifflb 2100 Spiers 3b 4000 Klesko II 3110 Carrel 3111 BuUstalf 1000 Gterrezss 2000 JLopezc 4110 Asmusc 2000 Tucker rt 3011 Abreuph 1000 VUonesri 1000 Penac 0000 Blauserss 3011 Rynldsp 1000 Smoltz p 4000 RuJhsn ph 1000 RSprgr p 0000 W TMrtnp 0000 RGrcla p 0000 THwd ph 1000 Mgnntep 0000 Totals 34 4 8 3 Totals 31 1 3 1 110 000 110—4 000 000 100—1 Ii£-Locknart (1), ChJones (1), Bagwell (2). .DP— Atlanta 1, Houston 1. LOB— Atlanta 6, Houston 4. 2B— Klesko (1), JLopez (2). HR— •XWones (1), Carr(1). n,, IP H RER BB SO , Atlanta BmoteW.1-0 9 3 1 1 1 11 -L,Houston Reynolds L.0-1 6 52215 HSpringer 1 21111 -TMartin 1-311010 2-300001 ignante 1 00000 {jRB— Ausmus. >~ .Umpires— Home, Hallion; First, DeMuth; Second, Tata; Third. Gorman; Left. Hirschbeck, M.; Right, Darling. T— 2:31. A— 53,688 (54,370). 1311 AC. MARLINS 6, GIANTS 2 SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl abrhbl t!2b 3010 Javier d 4000 el!2b 2011 Mueller 3b 4020 ass 5000 Bonds H 4000 IfjekJrf 3010 Kenl2b 4232 irrf 0000 Snowlb 3010 Nlla3b 5000 GHillrf 3000 ] If 5120 Vzcainoss 4010 Mb 4220 BJhnsn c 4000 nc 2211 Alvarez p 2000 eel 4124 Tvarezp 0000 if 2000 Benardph 1000 hph 0000 RHmdzp 0000 kp 0000 RRdrgzp 0000 lip 0000 Beckp 0000 Brryhll ph 1000 35 6 10 6 Totals 34 2 7 2 000 004 020-6 ll Francisco 000 101 000-2 3 2 (2). DP— Florida 2, San Frano 2. LOB— Florida 8, San Francisco 7. 2B— lell (1), Alou (1), CJohnson (1). HR— s(1), Kent 2(2). CS— Mueller (1). IP H RER BB SO Florida AFmdzW,1-0 7 72205 Cook 1 00010 Nen 100011 Ssn Frflncitco Alvarez L.O-1 6 64444 Tavarez 1 00010 RHemandez 2-3222 1 1 RRodriguez 0 10000 Beck 11-310001 Cook pitched to > batter In the 9th, RRodriguez pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. WP—Nen. Umpires—Home, Reliford; First. Rippley; Second, Wendelstedt; Third. Hernandez; Left, Bonln; Right, Rapuano. T—3:22. A—57,188 (62,000). Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA New England 4 0 0 1.000 130 40 NY Jets 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 5 0 0 1.000 156 72 Kansas City 4 1 0 .800 108 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 1 0 .750 107 55 Washington 3 1 0 .750 80 49 NY Giants 2 3 0 .400 84 103 Arizona 1 3 0 .250 77 84 Philadelphia 1 3 0 .250 66 B9 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 1 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 Cincinnati at Jacksonville, Noon Dallas al NY Giants, Noon Detroit al Buffalo, Noon Kansas City al Miami, Noon Pittsburgh at Baltimore, Noon Tampa Bay at Green Bay, Noon Washington al Philadelphia, Noon Tennessee at Seattle, 3 p.m. Minnesota at Arizona, 3 p.m. NY Jets at Indianapolis, 3 p.m. San Diego al Oakland, 3 p.m. New Orleans at Chicago, 7 p.m. Open date —Atlanta, Carolina, St. Louis, San Francisco Monday's game New England at Denver, 8 p.m. Harrah's odds RENO, Nev (AP) — Updated odds for this weekend's college football and NFL games from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: COLLEGE Saturday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG al Florida Stale 22% Miami, Fla. at Ohio State 4 Iowa at Syracuse 14V4 EastCarolina at West Virginia 28 Rutgers Pittsburgh 5 'A at Temple at Virginia 10 WakeForest Aubum 7 at SouthCarollna at Florida 36 Arkansas at Tennessee 26 Mississippi atClemson 32'A Texas-EIPaso at Michigan State 24 Minnesota at Georgia 11 Mississippi State at Nebraska 21 Kansas State al Colorado 3 Texas A&M Ponn Stale 25V4 al Illinois Michigan 20 al Indiana Oklahoma 3'/i at Kansas Louisiana Stale 16 alVandeibill at Missouri 17 Iowa State Texas 6 al Oklahoma State Rice 10 alTulsa Notre Dame 1 at Stanford al UCLA 25 Houston Georgia Tech 6 at BostonCollege at Colorado State 30 Hawaii Washington Stale TA at Oregon at Oregon Slate 18 San Jose Stale at Southern Mississippi 14 Louisville at Maryland 4 Duke at Washington 15V4 Arizona State Alabama 6Vi at Kentucky Wisconsin 3V4 at Northwestern Texas Tech 5 at Baylor al Cincinnati 11'A Memphis at Tulane 6 Army North Carolina 26 at Texas Christian at New Mexico 6 Southern Methodist al Arizona 12 San Diego State al Dartmouth 12 Cornell at Southern California NO LINE UNLV at Virginia Tech 19'A Miami, Ohio California 9 al Louisiana Tech-x at Wyoming 15 Montana x-al Shreveport, La. NFL Sunday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG at Miami 3 Kansas dry at Green Bay 8 Tampa Bay Dallas 7 .al NY Giants al Buffalo 4 Detroit Pittsburgh ' 2 at Baltimore at Philadelphia 3V4 Washington at Jacksonville 7 Cincinnati at Oakland 6'A San Diego at Arizona 1 Minnesota al Seattle 5 'h Tennessee NY Jets 3 al Indianapolis al Chicago 3 </i New Orleans Monday at Denver 4 'A New England KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Ottawa 20 30 Southwestern 20 21 Friends 10 12 McPherson It 21 Bethel 11 12 Sterling 1 1 12 Bethany 01 11 Kansas Wesleyan 02 03 Tabor 02 03 Saturday's games Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor, 1:30 p.m.; Ottawa at Friends, 1:30 p.m.; Panhandle Slate, Okla. at Southwestern, 1:30 p.m.; Sterling at Bethel, 7 p.m.; Bethany at McPherson, 7 p.m. Today's schedule SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4 CROSS COUNTRY Kansas Wesleyan Invitational at Bill Burke Park, 10:30 a.m. FOOTBALL Oklahoma at Kansas, 1 p.m. Kanss Wesleyan at Tabor, 1:30 p.m. Olathe Christian vs. Sallna Emmanuel Christian at SJ Military, 2 p.m. Kansas State at Nebraska, 8 p.m. GOLF Sallna Cup at Sallna Country Club SOCCER Kansas Wesleyan at Bethel, 1 & 3 p.m. TENNIS Sallna Central & Sallna South at McPherson, 9 a.m. VOLLEYBALL SE Saline at Concordla, 8 a.m. Friends at Kansas Wesleyan, 2 p.m. Brown Mackle at Cowley County tournament RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Gamel W L W L' Chadron State 20 31 Fort Lewis 20 22 Western Slate to 31 Mesa State It 22 New Mexico Highlands 1 1 22 Nebraska-Kearney 11 13 Fort Hays State 01 13 Colorado Mines 02 22 Adams Slate 02 04 Saturday's games Fort Lewis at Nebraska-Kearney, 1 p.m.; Chadron Slate at Western Stale, 2 p.m.; Colorado Mines at New Mexico Highlands, 2 p.m.; Adams Slate at Northwestern Oklahoma, 3 p.m.; Fort Hays Stale at Mesa Stale. 8 p.m. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Games W L W L Northwest Missouri 20 40 Pittsburg State 20 30 Washbum 20 31 Truman State 20 21 Emporla State It 31 Central Missouri 11 22 Missouri Western 02 22 Missouri Southern 02 12 Missouri-Rolla 02 13 Southwest Baptist 02 03 Saturday's games Central Missouri Slate at Southwest Baptist, 1 p.m.; Missouri Southern at Missouri Western, 1:30 p.m.; Washbum al Northwest Missouri State, 1:30 p.m.; Emporia State at Truman Stale, 2 p.m.; Missouri-Rolla al Pittsburg Stale, 7 p.m. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Graceland 20 30 Evangel 20 20 Benedictine 20 31 Llndenwood 21 22 MidAmerica Nazarene 11 21 Missouri Valley 11 21 William Jewell 11 12 Baker 02 12 Central Methodist 02 03 Culver-Stockton 03 03 Saturday's games Benedictine at Evangel, 1:30 p.m.; Graceland al Lindenwood, 1:30 p.m.; MidAmerica Nazarene at Culver-Stockton, 2 p.m.; Baker at Central Methodist, 2 p.m.: Missouri Valley al William Jewell, 2 p.m. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Garden City 40 50 Cofleyville 31 41 Hutchinson 31 41 Independence 32 32 Butler County 22' 23 Fort Scott 13 14 Dodge City 14 14 Highland 04 14 Saturday's games Fort Scott at Highland, 1:30 p.m.; Dodge City at Air Force Prep, 7 p.m.; Cofleyville at Hutchinson, 7:30 p.m.; Garden City at Butler County, 7:30 p.m.; Haskell at Independence, 7:30 p.m. Salvation Army Through Sept. 30 STH GRADE Standings Great Bend Falcons 4-0, Salina Eagles 3-1, Sallna Cowboys 3-1, McPherson Chiefs 2-2, Salina Redskins 2-2, Lamed Vikings 1-3, Great Bend Cardinals 1-3, Salina Oilers 0-4 Last week's results Cardinals 7, Redskins 2; Cowboys 14, Vikings 6; Eagles 20, Chiefs 6; Falcons 18, Oilers 0 Today's games Redskins at Chiefs, 10 a.m.; Cowboys at Falcons, noon; Eagles at Cardinals, 2 p.m.; Vikings at Oilers, noon 6TH GRADE Standings Sallna Cowboys 4-0, Great Bend Cardinals 40, Sallna Eagles 3-1, Great Bend Falcons 3-1, Lamed Vikings 1-3, McPherson Chiefs 1-3, Salina Oilers 0-4, Sallna Redskins 0-4. Last week's results Falcons 6, Oilers 0 (ot); Cowboys 18, Vikings 0; Eagles 18, Chiefs 0; Cardinals 18. Redskins 0 Today's games Vikings at Falcons, 10 a.m.; Cowboys at Cardinals, 4 p.m.; Eagles at Redskins, 109 a.m.; Oil- ers at Chiefs, noon 7TH GRADE Standings Salina Cowboys 4-0, Great Bend Falcons 3-1, Salina Eagles 3-1, Salina Redskins 3-1, Sallna Oilers 2-2, Great Bend Cardinals 1-3, McPherson Chiefs 0-1, McPherson Rams 0-4. Last week's results Redskins 8, Chiefs 0; Oilers 18, Rams 0; Cowboys 26, Cardinals 18; Falcons 21, Eagles 8 Today's games Falcons at Chiefs, 2 p.m.; Cardinals al Rams, 4 p.m.; Eagles at Redskins, 2 p.m.; Cowboys at Oilers, 4 p.m. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPts GF GA Philadelphia 200484 Washington 200 4 10 3 New Jersey 100243 Tampa Bay 110276 NY Islanders 001 1 22 NY Rangers 001 1 22 Florida 010013 Northeast Division W L TPts Of GA Pittsburgh 101376 Boston 100266 Buffalo 110257 Montreal 001122 Ottawa 011157 Carolina 020056 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPts GF GA Detroit 200 4 11 3 Phoenix 110269 SI. Louis 110285 Dallas 001 1 2 2 Chicago 010026 Toronto 010014 Pacific Division W L TPts OF GA Colorado 101363 Edmonton 110 2 7 11 Los Angeles 011169 Anaheim 000000 Vancouver 000 0 0 0 San Jose 010035 Calgary 020027 Thursday's result Boston 6, Los Angeles 5 Friday's results New Jersey 4, Tampa Bay 3 Washington 6, Buffalo 2 Philadelphia 5, Ottawa 3 Pittsburgh 4, Carolina 3 NY Islanders 2, NY Rangers 2, tie SI. Louis 7, Phoenix 2 Colorado 4, Calgary 1 Detroit 8, Edmonton 2 Anaheim vs. Vancouver at Tokyo, (n) Saturday's games New Jersey at Washington, 6 p.m. Florida al Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. Montreal at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Carolina at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Toronto at N.Y. Islanders, 6:30 p.m. St. Louis at Dallas, 7p.m. Chicago at San Jose, 9:30 p.m. Vancouver vs. Anaheim at Tokyo, 10p.m. Volleyball Missouri Valley AT WICHITA Wichita State del. Crelghton, 15-12,15-1,1015,9-15,15-9 State college • At HAYS Colorado Mines del. Fort Hays State, 1-12,159,15-6 Golf PGA scores PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (AP) — Top 10 scores Friday after the second round of Ihe $1.2 million PGA Buick Challenge, played on the 7,057-yard, par-72 Callaway Gardens Resort, Mountain Course: HalSutton 67-65—132 Davis Love III 67-65—132 Sieve Pate 66-65—133 Stewart Clnk ' 70*1—134 Tom Byrum 68-67—135 Gary Hallberg 67-69—136 Fred Funk 69-67—136 Doug Martin 71-65—136 Mike Brisky 66-71—137 David Berganlo 69-68—137 Seniors scores CLEMMONS, N.C. (AP) -Top 10 scores Friday from the first round of the $1.5 million Vantage Championship, on the 6660-yard, par—71 (35-36) Tanglewood Park Championship golf course: Hale Iwln 33-31—64 Jose Maria Canlzares 33-32—65 Larry Nelson 32-34—66 Dave Elchelberger 32-34—66 Dana Oulgley 33-34—67 Dave Stockton 35-32—67 Gil Morgan 34-33—67 Larry Laoretti 34-33—67 John Bland 33-34—67 Mike Hill 35-33—68 LPGA scores KUTZTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Top 10 scores Friday after the second round of the $600,000 Betsy King Classic on the 6,075-yard, par—72 (353) Berklelgh Country Club course: Dale Eggeling 70-65—135 Jackie Gallagher-Smith 70-66-136 Maggie Will-Halpin 7047—137 Annlka Sorenstam 70-67—137 Catriona Matthew 67-70—137 Stelania Croce 67-70—137 Betsy King 7048—138 Dottle Pepper 71-68—139 Trlsh Johnson 69-70—139 Tina Barrett 68-71—139 KGA seniors SENIOR SERIES TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP At Sallna Country Club SOUTHEAST (1,216-543 —1,769) Friday's results SO-S4 Gross — Zimmerman 76, Seals 78 Net — Zimmerman 67 65-59 Gross —Wheat 72, Harris 77 Net — Harris 69 6044 Gross — Wasson 71, Adamson 80 Net —Wasson68 65-older Gross— Campbell 81, Houchln 62 Net— Plant 74 EASTERN (1,215-548 —1,763) Friday's results 50-54 Gross — Kuehn 75, Chlkters 76 Net — Chllders67 56-59 Gross — Scheer 75, Ragland 76 Net — Ray 71 .S., Jamaica play to 1-1 soccer tie [JOSEPH WHITE e Associated Press [WASHINGTON — Riding an un- ecedented wave of soccer fervor home, Jamaica stunned the lited States with a 1-1 tie in a Hybrid Cup qualifier Friday night. Sric Wynalda put the United (2-1-4) ahead with a penalty pk in the three minutes into the pond half. But Peon Burton tied score four minutes later after efensive misplay by Jeff Agoos. The Americans are third with 10 in the six-team final round jjqualifying from soccer's North Id Central American region, lich will send three teams to summer's 32-n.atJ.on tournament in France. Jamaica (3-2-3) leads with 12 points, followed by Mexico (3-0-2), which plays El Salvador on Sunday. El Salvador (2-2-3) is fourth with nine points, followed by Costa Rica (2-4-2) and Canada (1-4-2). The U.S. team most likely will need four more points to qualify. The Americans play at Mexico on Nov. 2, at Canada on Nov. 9 and close against El Salvador at Foxboro, Mass., on Nov. 16. U.S. midfielder Claudio Reyna will miss the Mexico game after getting his second yellow card of the competition on Friday night. Jamaica, seeking its first World Cup berth, drew about half the crowd of 51,528 at RFK Stadium, and the fans from each nation spent the entire game tying to out- cheer each other. Although put-played in the sec- v ond half, Jamaica tied the score when Agoos jogged after a ball deep in U.S. territory, unaware that forward Paul Hall was hustling behind him. Hall stuck his shin in front of Agoos' pass, deflecting it in front of the U.S. goal. Burton, one of four British-born players recruited by the Jamaican team in the past year, chased it down and easily beat goalkeeper Kasey Keller from eight yards out. It was Jamaica's first goal in six games against the United States, and the tens of thousands of yellow-and-green-clad fans roared their approval for the "Reggae Boyz." Wynalda's goal was his 31st in international play, by far the. most ever by any U.S. player. 60-64 Gross — Archer 79. Cearley 81 Nel— Cearley76 65-older Gross — Peters 73. Barrtnger 77 Net —Peters 65 CENTRAL (1,232-666 —1,798) Friday'* results 50-54 Gross — Hoover 74, Wallace 79 Net— Hoover 70 65-59 Gross — Wedge 81, Thomas 84 Net—Wedge 74 6044 Gross— Getty 80, Knox82 Net — J. Brooks 74 65-older Gross — Danyluk 74, Lavery 80 Nel —Esau 71 NORTHEAST (1,253-545 — 1,798) Friday'* results 50-54 Gross — Brawn 78, Payne 78 Nel— Brown 70 65-59 Gross —Martin 75, Hill 78 Net —Prostler67 60-64 Gross — Allen 78, Auchard 79 Net — Allen 67 65-older Gross— Golden 77, Kresle 65 Nel —Golden 71 WESTERN (1,367-585— 1942) Friday'* results 50-54 Gross — Crotty 78, Rarlden 81 Nel —Crotty73 55-59 Gross — Schaffer 78, Richardson 82 Nel —Richardson 74 6044 Gross —Jones 90. Nicole) 99 Nel—Jones 75 65-older Gross — Driver 89, Slruckhofl 90 Net— Struckhoff79 Salina Cup 1997 SALINA CUP At Sallna Country Club Teams participating Elks Country Club, Salina Country Club, Sall- na Municipal Golf Course. SATURDAY'S PAIRINGS Foursome - Alternate Shot 8 a.m. - Chris Vogel-Ron Dawson, SCO vs. Justin Mitchell-Pal Newell, SMGC; 8:08 - Don Vandegrtfl-Steve Brown, ECC vs. Mark Riddle- Sean Robertson, SMGC; 6:16 - Marty Simpson- Bob Sorem, SCC vs. Jerry Ryan-John Norton, ECC; 8:24 - Mitch Knipp-Ed Brumley, SMGC vs. Mike Dugan-DIck Esch, ECC; 8:32 - Gary Den- nlng-JIm Scheffer, SCC vs. Greg Pieschl-Lany Nelson, ECC; 8:40 - Tom Jones-Monte Parker, SCC vs. Lou Frohart-Bob Lavery, SMGC. 8:48 - Jerry Roberts-Tom Dunn, SCC vs. Jim Ames-Mac Stevenson, SMGC; 8:56 - Greg Faelber-Brlan McDonald, ECC vs. Bill Rexroal- Ron Fetter, SMGC; 9:04-Jim Drake-Dennis Lilly, SCC vs. Jim Wallace-Larry Day, ECC; 9:12 Richard Dexter-Steve Buchholz, SMGC vs, Kenn Sellers-Cliff Ferguson, ECC; 9:20 - Pat Putzler-Undon McCall, SCC vs. Bob Broughton- Perry Johnson, ECC; 9:28 - Tom Pickel-Steve Blackwell, SCC vs. Dennis O'Brien-Randy Reddig, SMGC. Four Ball 12:40 p.m. - Vogel-Dawson, SCC vs. Vande- grifl-Brown, ECC; 12:48 - Mitchell-Robertson, SMGC vs. Ryan-Norton, ECC; 12:56 - Simpson- Sorem, SCC vs. Riddle-Newell, SMGC; 1:04 - Pleschl-Nelson, ECC vs. Knlpp-Brumley, SMGC; 1:12 - Dennlng-Scheffer, SCC vs. Fro- hart-Lavery, SMGC; 1:20 - Jones-Parker, SCC vs. Dugan-Esch, ECC. 1:28 - Roberts-Dunn. SCC vs. Faelber-McDonald, ECC; 1:36 - Armes-Stevenson, SMGC vs. Wallace-Day, ECC; 1:44 - Drake-Lilly, SCC vs. Rexroal-Fetter, SMGC; 1:52 - Broughlon- Johnson, ECC vs. O'Brlen-Reddlg, SMGC; 2:00 - Putzler-McCall, SCC vs. Dexler-Buchholz, SMGC; 2:08 - Pickel-Blackwell, SCC vs. Sellers-Ferguson, ECC. SUNDAY'S PAIRINGS Singles matches' 8 a.m. - Vogel, SCC vs. Robertson, SMGC; Brown, ECC vs. Simpson, SCC; 6:08 - Norton, ECC vs. Newell, SMGC; Nelson, ECC vs. Knlpp, SMGC; 8:16 - Denning, SCC vs. Ryan, ECC; Dawson, SCC vs. Frohart, SMGC; 8:24 - Vandegrift, ECC vs. Mitchell, SMGC; Scheller, SCC vs. Riddle, SMGC; 8:32 - Dugan, ECC vs. Jones, SCC; Brumley, SMGC vs. Esch, ECC; 8:40 - Sorem, SCC vs. Pleschl, ECC; Lavery, SMGC vs, Parker, SCC. 8:48 - Roberts, SCC vs. Armes, SMGC; Mc- Donald, ECC vs. Dunn, SCC; 8:56 - Broughlon, ECC vs. Stevenson, SMGC; Johnson, ECC vs. Rexroat, SMGC; 9:04 - Drake, SCC vs. Wallace. ECC; Lilly, SCC vs. 0'Brlen, SMGC; 9:12 Day, ECC vs. Fetter, SMGC; Putzler, SCC vs. Dexter, SMGC; 9:20 - Faelber, ECC vs. McCall, SCC; Reddlg, SMGC vs. Ferguson, ECC; 9:28 - Plckel, SCC vs. Sellers. ECC; Buchholz, SMGC vs. Blackwell, SCC. Cross country State college EMPORIA STATE INVITATIONAL MEN Team tcores Fort Hays State 17, Park, Mo. 65, Emporla State 69, Missouri Valley 86, Cofleyville 132. Top 10 Individual* 1. Kogo, Barton County, 26:11; 2. Trout, SH, 27:15.08; 3. J.McCullough, FM, 27:18.12; 4. Too, BC, 27:26.42; 5. K.McCullough, FH, 27:27.57; 8. Jackson, P, 27:37.46; 7. Fouls, FH, 27:43.38; 8. Wlchael, FH, 28:11.15; 9. Bloehllnger, FH, 26:14.90; 10. Cooley, E, 28:19.21. Other Fort Hay* State results 15. Elliott 28:41.09; 18. Edmonds, 28:52.23; 26. Grandos, 29:41.19; 27.Wahlgren, 29:47.12; 39. Comelsen, 21:02.19; 40. Becker, 31:07.59; 59. Halnes, 32:05.57. WOMEN Team scores Emporla State 30, Fort Hays State 38, Park, Mo. 65, Longvlew, Mo. 109, Hutchlnson 111. Top 10 Individual* 1. Loroupe, BC, 17:20.83; 2. Weatherman, FH, 17:32.45; 3. Massey, P. 17:55.63; 4. Hudspeth, E, 17:66.71; 5. Johnson, E, 18:07.43; 6. Murphy, E. 18:20.93; 7. Dally, BC, 18:25.53; 8. Scoville, FH, 18:47.31; 9. Doubrava, E, 18:48.58; 10. Green, FH, 18:49.50. < Other Fort Hay* State results 12. Helgert, 18:58.05; 18. Saenger, 19:44.99; 19. Jackson, 19:48.50; 20. Isaacson, 19:53.81; 31. Keeler, 21:19.85. Recreation SPR scores SALINA PARKS ft RECREATION SOFTBALL Men's slowpltch League 2 - Why Nor? 15-8, GP 14-9; The Crew 14-15, DaPoPo3-0. League 5 — Bennlngton Stale Bank 16-18, Earthcare/True Value 2-7; Exlde Lead Bats 2017, Philips Lighting 19-19. General Transactions BASEBALL ' National League CINCINNATI REDS—Claimed RHP Curt Lyons off waivers from the Chicago Cubs. LOS ANGELES DODQERS-Named John Barr east coast scouting supervisor. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Exercised their option on 1B Walty Jcyner for the 1998 season. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA—Suspended Philadelphia G Allen Ivor- son for one game and Portland G Isaiah Rider for two games for Improper off-the-court behavior. BOSTON CELTICS-Slgned C Lorenzo Coteman. FOOTBALL National Football League MIAMI DOLPHINS—Waived P John Kldd. Signed P Joe Nedney. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW JERSEY DEVILS-Re-slgned LW Brian Rolston to a multiyear contract. ST. LOUIS BLUES—Agreed to terms with F Lubos Bartecko, F Mlchal Handzus and F Tyler Willis. TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING—Assigned F Brent Peterson to Milwaukee of the IHL. COLLEGE HOLY CROSS—Named Chris Janush director of marketing and promotions. NORTH CAROLINA-GREENSBORO— Named Joe Gallagher, Darryl Kosciak and Chris Bohlen men's assistant basketball coaches. VILLANOVA—Named Timothy Hofferth athletic director. Starting lineups Oklahoma at Kansas STARTING LINEUPS OFFENSE OKLAHOMA SOONERS (2-2) POS. (3-1) KANSAS JAYHAWKS Jarrall Jackson (5-8,187, So.) WR-SE (5-11,165, So.) Michael Chandler Scott Kempenlch (6-6,322, Fr.) LT TimMacias(6-2,266,Jr.) LG Bruce McClure (6-5,288, Sr.) C Greg Moyer (6-2,250, Jr.) RG Sammy Williams (6-5,322, Sr.) RT Stephen Alexander (6-3,238, Sr.) TE Maurice Little (6-3,216, Sr.) Justin Fuente (6-2,233, So.) QB Jermaine Fazande (6-0,248, Jr.) FB De'Mond Parker (5-10,183, So.) HB-RB DEFENSE Corey Gallons (6-3,264, Fr.) LE-OLB Kelly Gregg (6-0,280, Jr.) LT-LE Martin Chase (6-2,301, Sr.) RT-NT Cornelius Burton (6-5,276, So.) RE Travian Smith (6-6,228, Sr.) SLB-OLB Corey L. Ivy (6-1,235, Sr.) Dale Allen (6-2,233, So.) Mike Woods (5-11,178, So.) Terry While (5-10,195, Jr.) Gana Joseph (6-0,211, Jr.) Corey T. Ivy (5-10,187, Jr.) MLB-ILB WLB-ILB CB SS FS CB KICKING Brian Shackeltord (6-1,185, Sr.) P Jeremy Alexander (5-10,184, Jr.) PK (6-2, 285, Jr.) Michael Lies (6-2,280, So.) Dameon Hunt (6-3,278, So.) Chris Enneking (6-6,315, Jr.) Justin Glasgow (6-2, 250, Jr.) Jerome Parks (6-3,235, Jr.) Brian Gray FL (5-10,160, Fr.) Tanner Hancock (6-1,200, Sr.) Matt Johner (5-11,230, Fr.) Greg Davis (5-9,205, Sr.) Eric Vann (6-3,250, Sr.) Ron Warner 6-4,290, So.) Dion Johnson (6-1,285, Sr.) Brett McGraw (6-4,280, Sr.) Dewey Houston (5-11,210, Jr.) Patrick Brown (6-1,235, Jr.) Steve Bratten (6-2,230, Sr.) Jason Thoren (5-10,170, Sr.) Jason Harris (5-9,195, Sr.) Maurice Gaddie (6-0,180, Sr.) Tony Blevins (5-10,185, Jr.) Jamie Harris SEASON'S RESULTS (6-2,180, Sr.) Dean Royal (6-0,170, Fr.) Joe Garcia (24-0) Alabama-Birmingham (17-10) Texas Christian (15-7) Missouri (7-34) At Cincinnati At Northwestern (0-23) L-W Syracuse (36-34) W-W At California (36-40) L-W Louisville (35-14) W-L KlcKoff-1p.m. Where — Memorial Stadium (51,250); Lawrence. Television — None. Odds — Oklahoma by 3V4. Coaches—Oklahoma's John Blake (2nd year, 5-10); Kansas' Terry Allen '(1st year, 3-1). Kansas State at Nebraska STARTING LINEUPS OFFENSE POS. (W>) NEBRASKA CORNHUSKERS WR-SE (6-4,205, Jr.) Kenny Cheatham LT (6-4,305, Sr.) Fred Pollack LG (6-1,305, Sr.) Aaron Taylor C (6-3,280, Jr.) Josh Heskew RG (6-2,290, Sr.) Jon Zatechka RT (6-4,305, Sr.) Eric Anderson TE (6-3,250, Sr.) Tim Carpenter QB (6-3,220, Sr.) ScoH Frost FB (5-11,235, Jr.) Joel Makovlcka RB-IB (6-0,215, Jr.) Ahman Green (5-11,190, Jr.) Shevln Wiggins K-STATE WILDCATS (34) Everett Burnett (6-1,190, Jr.) ToddWelner(6-5,300,Sr.) Brian Hanley (6-2,325, Jr.) KendylJacox(6-1,320,Sr.) Jeremy Martin (6-4,305, Jr.) Ryan Young (6-6,330, Jr.) Justin Swift (6-3,250, Jr.) Michael Bishop (6-1,205, Jr.) Brian Goolsby (6-2,250, Jr.) Eric Hickson (5-8,200, Sr.) Gavin Paries (6-1,200, Jr.) WR'WB DEFENSE Joe Bob Clements (6-3,245, Jr.) LE Andrae Rowe (6-0,290, Jr.) Jerome Evans (6-6,205, Sr.) Darren Howard (6-4,240, So.) Travis Ochs (6-3,225, Jr.) Jeff Kelly (6-0,245, Jr.) Mark Simoneau (6-0,230, So.) Demetric Denmark (5-8,175, Sr.) Monty Splller (6-0,165, Sr.) Lamar Chapman (6-0,180, So.) Gerald Neasman (5-9,180, Jr.) (6-3,250, Jr.) Chad Kelsay (6-3,310, Jr.) Jason Wlltz (6-5,285, Sr.) Jason Peter (6-5,255, Sr.) Grant Wistrom (6-1,215, So.) Brian Shaw (6-1,235, Jr.) Jay Foreman LB (5-11,200, Sr.) Octavlous McFariin CB (5-7,185, So.) Jerome Peterson (5-11,205, So.) Mike Brown (6-0,195, Sr.) Eric Warfield (5-10,160, So.) Ralph Brown DT DT RE LB LB SS FS CB KICKING James Garcia (6-2,195, Jr.) P Martin Gramatlca (5-9,170, Jr.) PK SEASON'S RESULTS At Northern Hllnois (47-7) W-W Ohio (23-20) W-W Bowling Green (58-0) W-W Klckoff-6:05 p.m. Wh«« — Memorial Stadium (72,700); Lincoln, Neb. Urn -Nebraska by 21. Ttlivlilon - fX, Sallna cable 28. Coaches — Kansas State's BUI Snyder (9th year, 58-36-1); Nebraska's Tom Osborne (26th year, 245 : 49-3). (6-0,190, Sr.) Jesse Kosch (5-10,205, Jr.) Kris Brown (59-14) Akron (38-24) Central Florida (27-14) At Washington SPORTS OIGEST| Baseball CLEVELAND — David Cone is out for the re-; mainder of the AL division series against the ; Cleveland Indians with an ailing right shoulder. The 34-year-old right-hander, scratched from his scheduled Game 4 start on Sunday, felt some- ' thing snap while throwirig between starts. "He's scratched for Sunday," Yankees manager Joe ; Torre said Friday. "After that, we're not sure." ; Ah MRI showed ohly swelling) but Cone will ; have to miss at least one start. "The best case I scenario is he could be back in the next round if the Yankees advance," team orthopedist Stuart; Hershon said. ; CLEVELAND — Cleveland Indians pitcher Orel Hershiser said he might retire at the end of this season, ending the career of one of the best; postseason pitchers in baseball history. "I'm not sure I'm going to want to pitch again," Hershiser said. "I don't know what I'm going to do." I Hershiser, 39, is a free agent after this season, i He's scheduled to start Game Four of an American League Division Series on Sunday against ; the New York Yankees, after he struggled for • one of the few times in his postseason career i Tuesday in Game 1. ; ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota Twins owner • Carl Pohlad signed a letter of intent Friday that could send the baseball team to North Carolina! if the Legislature refuses to build a publicly fi- : nanced ballpark. "We've got one of two choices; now. There's no mushy middle," said Sen. Keith Langseth, co-chairman of a legislative task force studying how to pay for a ballpark. The situa- ! tion, according to Langseth, is that the Legisla-; ture agrees to build a ballpark to keep the team; or lawmakers refuse and the Twins go. NEW YORK — If Pete Rose wants to be rein- ! stated into baseball, former commissioner Fay ; Vincent said he first needs to admit that he bet; on baseball. "Pete Rose bet on baseball. There is no question about that," Vincent said this week on "The Fabulous Sports Babe" radio show. '. "What Pete Rose ought to do is admit it and then talk to baseball. But trying to pretend that he ; didn't bet on baseball is just not going to be pro* ductive in my view. "The American public will; forgive almost anything," Vincent added. "For- • giveness starts with admission and until that ! happens, I don't really think Pete's on the right; course." Rose, who was banned from baseball ; for life in 1989, applied for reinstatement last ; month. The ban has kept Rose out of the Hall of Game. '. Basketball JORDAN DEERFLELD, LU. — Michael Jordan didn't budge Friday, reiterating what he said all last year: If ! Phil Jackson leaves after this ; season — and both the coach and management insist he's outta ; here — Jordan will retire. "I'm ' very consistent with what I've always said. That's what I mean. If Phil's not going to be here, I'm ; certainly not going to be here," ; • Jordan said after the Bulls' first; practice of the preseason. What if Jackson goes to another team '< next season? Jordan said he's not following. "No. Totally. I would quit. I wouldn't ! say quit, I'd retire." So Jordan won't play for any! coach other than Jackson or any team other than; the Bulls, right? "That's exactly the way I feel ; right now in my career," Jordan said. Could that • change? "Huh-uh. Not at all," Jordan said. ! NEW YORK — Philadelphia's Allen Iverson and Portland's Isaiah Rider were suspended by the ; NBA Friday for improper off-the-court behavior.; Rider's agent Arn Tellem called the suspensions ' "nothing more than grandstanding on the part of! the NBA" and said a grievance would be filed im-l mediately. Iverson, who was rookie of the year ; last season, was suspended from this year's regu-; lar-season opener because he pleaded no contest*' to a weapons charge in Virginia. Rider was sus v pended for the first two games of the season because of his no contest plea in California to pos.~ session of illegal cellular phones and his convict tion in Oregon for possession of marijuana. "« LAS VEGAS — Former heavyweight champio'ri James "Buster" Douglas hurt his hand in train;, ing, forcing the postponement of his Oct. 11 fight' against John Ruiz. A spokesman for promoter Top Rank Inc. said the entire fight card at the Mohe'n. gan Sun casino in Uncasville, Conn., has been called off. Douglas injured ligaments in his hand while training at his farm in Johnstown, Ohio,.;. spokesman Lee Samuels said. Douglas had been -, looking for his seventh straight win in his comeback attempt. Samuels said the fight would likely be rescheduled for early December. \ L Hockey AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — The hair was white; the legs were slow. Still, there was no mistaking Mr. Hockey as Gordie Howe made a little history Friday night. Howe skated the first shift with the Detroit Vipers in their International Hockey • '"'League opener, becoming the only professional! in his sport to compete in six decades. The 69-year,.-' old Hall of Fame player, wearing his familiar No. 9, smiled broadly as a capacity crowd of 20,182 stood.and cheered his entrance at The Palace. "That was beautiful," Howe said. "You always <& want to be in touch with the fans. The greeting was terrific." Howe never actually touched the*--: puck during his 47 seconds of action, although"^, shot by teammate Brad Shaw hit him on the lej^- and deflected toward Kansas City Blades goal-->_tender Jon Casey, who made the save. "I was jtfst thinking, 'Don't make a mistake,'" Howe said.V. »*" SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST J "* Brown Mackle athletic department 765-826-5422 !•*". Bethany athletic department 765-227-3311 »"** Fort Hays Stale athletic department 785-628-4050*-... Heart ol America Sports Camps 785-827-6229 '•*•! 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