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06 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL! SCOREBOARD Today's schedule AUTO RACING 12:05 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Raring. Winston Cup. UAW QM Quality 500, WTBS, cable 15. 2 p.m. — ASA AC-Delco Auto Racing. Midwest 300. TNN. cable 34. 3 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing, Winston West Series, ESPN2, cable 39. 5 p.m. — NASCAR Radng, Craftsman Truck Series. Kragen/Exlde 151. ESPN2, cable 39. 9 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing, Pennzoll Nationals, ESPN2. cable 39. BASEBALL 3 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Division Series, Seattle at Baltimore, ESPN, cable 38. 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Division Series. NY Yankees at Cleveland, FOX, cable 4. FOOTBALL Noon — NFL Football. Kansas City at Miami, NBC, cable 3,13. Noon — NFL Football. Dallas at NY Giants. FOX, cable 4. 3 p.m. — NFL Football, San Diego al Oakland, NBC, cable 3,13. 3 p.m. — NFL Football, Minnesota at Arizona. FOX. cable 7. 7 p.m. — NFL Football, New Orleans at Chicago. TNT, cable 41. • GOLF 7 p.m. — PGA Golf, Bulck Challenge, ESPN, cable 36. HOCKEY 7 p.m. — NHL Hockey. Colorado at Edmonton, FSN, cable 55. SOCCER Noon — Soccer, Camlno a la Copa, Mexico vs. El Salvador, UnMslon, cable SB. 7 p.m. — Ma|or League Soccer. New England al DC, ESPN2, cable 39. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA New England 400 1.000 130 40 NY Jets 3 2 0 .600 141 94 Buffalo 220 .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 .BOO 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 Pel. PF PA Dallas 3 1 0 .750 107 55 Washington 3 1 0 .750 60 49 NY 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 320 .600 123 110 Minnesota 3 2 0 .600 135 122 Chicago 050 .000 61 155 West San Francisco 4 1 0 .800 122 60 Carolina 2 3 0 .400 80 106 St. Louis 2 3 0 .400 94 112 New Orleans f 4 0 .200 81 122 Atlanta 0 5 0 .000 82 136 Sunday's games Cincinnati at Jacksonville, Noon Dallas at NY Giants, Noon Detroit at Buffalo, Noon '' Kansas City at Miami, Noon • Pittsburgh at Baltimore, Noon Tampa Bay at Green Bay, Noon • Washington at Philadelphia, Noon Tennessee at Seattle, 3 p.m. Minnesota at Arizona, 3 p.m. NY Jets at Indianapolis, 3 p.m. San Diego at 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, 6 p.m. Harrah's odds ' RENO, Nev (AP) — Updated odds tor this weekend's NFL games from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: NFL Sunday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG at Miami 3 Kansas City al Green Bay 8 Tampa Bay Dallas 7- at NY Giants at Buffalo 4 Detroit Pittsburgh 2 at Baltimore at Philadelphia 3'A Washington at Jacksonville 7 Cincinnati at Oakland 6Vi San Diego al Arizona 1 Minnesota at Seattle 5'A Tennessee NY Jets 3 al Indianapolis at Chicago 3% New Orleans Monday at Denver 414 New England KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Ottawa 30 40 Southwestern 20 31 McPherson 21 31 Bethel 1 1 2 Sterling 1 1 2 Friends 1 1 3 Kansas Wesleyan 1 2 3 Bethany 02 2 Tabor 03 04 Saturday's results • Kansas Wesleyan 15, Tabor 12; Ottawa 34, Friends 31; Southwestern 30, Panhandle State, OWa. 27; McPherson 24, Bethany 16; Sterling at Bethel (n). RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN . ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games *" W L W L Weslern Stale 20 41 Chadron State 21 32 New Mexico Highlands 21 32 port Lewis 21 23 Nebraska-Kearney 21 23 Fort Hays State 11 23 Mesa Stale 12 23 Colorado Mines 03 23 f dams Stale 02 05 Saturday's results : Northwestern Oklahoma 33, Adams State 21; flew Mexico Highlands 66. Colorado Mines 0; Western State 16, Chadron Stale 14; Nebraska- Kearney 50, Fort Lewis 36; Fort Hays Slate 34, Mesa State 19. MIAA standings • MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ; ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION , Conference All Games l W L W L Northwest Missouri 30 50 ; Pittsbutg Stale 30 40 I Truman Stale 30 31 Central Missouri 21 32 Washbum 21 32 Emporia State 12 32 Missouri Southern 12 22 Missouri Western 03 23 Mtssouri-Rofla 03 14 Southwest Baptist 03 04 Saturday's results Pittsburg State 42, Mlssourt-Rofla 7; Central Missouri 52, Southwest Baptist 17; Missouri Southern 35, Missouri Western 22; Northwest Missouri 17, Washbum 14; Truman State 44, Emporia State 22. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE • Conference All Games W L * L Evangel 30 30 Underwood 31 32 Graceland 21 31 MidAmerica Nazarene 21 31 Missouri Valley 2 t 31 Benedictine 21 32 Baker 12 22 William Jewell 12 13 Central Methodist 03 04 Culver-Stockton 04 04 Saturday's results Missouri Valley 24, William Jewell 23; Baker 21, Central Methodist 10; MidAmerica Nazarene 35, Culver-Stockton 13; Lindenwood 32, Graceland 21; Evangel 31, Benedictine 14. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Garden City 40 50 Cotleyville 41 51 Hulchinson 32 42 Independence 32 42 Butler County 22 23 Fort Scott 13 14 Dodge City 14 14 Highland 04 14 Saturday'a reaults Independence 56, Haskell 21; Fort Scott 18, Highland 10; Coffeyville 45, Hutchlnson 20; Dodge City al Air Force Prep (n); Garden City at Butler County (n). State college KANSAS WESLEYAN 15, TABOR 12 KW T First downs 7 16 Rushes-yards 42-101 57-166 Passing yards 105 33 Comp-Att-Int 5-13-1 4-9-1 Total plays-yards 55-206 66-199 Fumbles-lost 14 6-1 Penalties-yards 748 • 10-86 Punls-Avg 6-40 7-30.7 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: KW: Moss 13-51, Larkln 11-19, Kramer 9-12, Bobbins 6-20, Williamson 3-(-1). T: Sanders 40-169, Marian 6-1 5, Williamson Ill-IB). PASSING: KW: Kramer 5-13-1, 105 yards. T: Williamson 4-9-1, 33 yards. RECEIVING: KW: Bishop 1-27, Dexter 2-21, Cherizard 2-57. T: Jackson 2-9, Condray 1-20, Sanders 1-4. PUNTING: KW: Peugh 5-210, Kramer 1-30 . T: Harian 6-215, Team 14. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas Wesleyan 9 6 0 0-15 Tabor 6 0 0 6-12 First Quarter T — Sanders 7 run (kick failed), 12:54 KW — Heckathom 21 Held goal, 8:09 KW — Bishop 27 pass from Kramer (kick tailed), 6:42 Second Quarter KW — Robbins 9 run (pass failed), 14:02 Fourth Quarter T — Sanders 5 run (kick blocked), 14:01 MCPHERSON 24, BETHANY 16 B M First downs 20 13 Rushes-yards 31-96 55-337 Passing yards 248 0 Comp-Att-Int 18-404 0-24 Total plays-yards 71-344 57-337 Fumbles-lost 3-1 1-1 Penalties-yards 5-45 8-52 Punts-avg. 3-40.0 4-36.2 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - B: Godwin 18-112, Burk 1-5. Hooper 4-(-l7), Burton B-(-4). MC: Lopez 11114, Briggeman 11-111, Miller 5-11, Ramsey 18-35, Wilson 1046. PASSING-B: Burton 11-274-181, Hooper 71 3447. MC: Ramsey 0-2-04. RECEIVING - B: Bard 9-128, Casper 4-36, Queries 349, Godwin 1-10, Korf 1-5. MC: None. PUNTING - B: Fikac 3-40.0. MC: Weaver 436.3. SCORING SUMMARY Bethany 0 0 3 13 - 16 McPherson 12 12 0 0-24 First Quarter M - Ramsey 5 run (kick failed), 13:03. M - Lee 59 fumble'retum (pass failed), 6:12. Second Quarter M - Wilson 2 run (pass failed), 14:20. M - Briggeman 60 run (run failed), 11:45. Third Quarter B- Fikac 36 field goal, 12:18. Fourth Quarter B - Bard 20 pass from Burton (kick failed), 14:04. B - Casper 8 pass from Burton (Fikac kick), 2:16. SOUTHWESTERN 30 PANHANDLE STATE, OKLA. 27 Panhandle State 0 6 8 13 - 27 Southwestern 0 17 7 6-30 Second quarter S — Donley 6 run (Schell kick), 14:47 P — Lyles 10 pass Irorh Phillips (kick failed), 9:50 S — Duncan 4 run (kick tailed), 0:55 S — Schell 47 field goal, 0:03 Third quarter S — Goard 55 pass from Plel (Schell kick), 11:06 P — Cunningham recovered blocked punt in end zone (Martin run), 1:49 Fourth quarter S — Piel 1 run (pass failed), 12:05 P — Martin 59 tun (Curtis kick), 10:03 P — Phillips 2 run (kick failed), 1:48 OTTAWA 34, FRIENDS 31 Ottawa 14 7 6 7-34 Friends 0 6 15 10 - 31 First quarter 0 — Brown 23 pass from Picken (Basnighl kick), 7:38 0 — Poland 23 pass from Ficken (Basnighl kick), 2:53 Second quarter F — Dingle 6 run (kick failed), 9:07 0 — Griffin 3 run (Basnighl kick), 1 :31 Thrlrd quarter F — Waller 26 pass from Wise (pass failed), 11:31 0 — Griffin 1 run (pass failed), 6:52 F — Waller 28 pass from Wise (pass failed), 4:30 F — Cooper 46 field goal, 0:30 Fourth quarter F — Cooper 31 field goal, 8:41 F — Wise 1 run (Cooper kick), 4:22 0 — Brown 6 pass from Picken (Basnighl kick), 2:36 NORTHWEST MISSOUR1 17 WASHBURN 14 Washbum 0 3 0 11 - 14 Northwest Missouri 3 7 7 0-17 First quarter NWM - Pumell 39 Held goal, 0:46 Second quarter W — Todd 35 field goal, 1:39 NWM - Lane 2 run (Pumell), 0:20 Today's schedule SUNDAY, OCTOBERS FOOTBALL Kansas City at Miami, noon QOLF Salina Cup at Salina Country Club, 8 a.m. Third quarter NWM—Cohen 13 pass from Qrelson (Pumell kick), 11:10 Fourth quarter W — Todd 33 field goal, 13:53 W — Sapp 20 run (Casey run), 7:35 TRUMAN STATE 44 EMPORIA STATE 28 Emporia State 6 8 6 8-28 Truman State 14 14 9 7 - 44 First quarter T — Ross 27 pass from Mlnnls (Klee kick), 10:53 T — Ross 48 pass from Mlnnls (Klee kick), 5:41 E — Shay 1 run (pass failed), 1:14 Second quarter E — Pobollsh 30 pass from Jelovlc (Vito run), 12:07 T — Yoder 1 run (Klee kick), 6:45 T — Vaughn 2 run (Klee kick). 0:38 Third quarter E — Shay 6 run (run failed), 11:06 T — Ross 34 pass from Mlnnls (pass failed), 9:25 T — Klee 29 field goal, 0:10 Fourth quarter T — Scott 23 run (Klee kick), 4:51 E — Shay 27 run (Pobollsh run), 0:30 High school Friday's games WASHINGTON 34, FRIEND, Nsb. 16 Washington 200140 — 34 Friend 08 0 8 —18 Washington (1-3) — George 51 run; Keam (4) 22,15,15 passes from Stopple; Schwartz 1 run. PAT —Schwartz 2 runs. Friend (0-4) — Scoring unavailable. CANTON-QALVA 56, SEDQWICK 0 Sedgwlck 0000-0 Canton-Qalva 21 21 14 0 - 56 Canton-Qalva — Pavlovtch (4) 9,1, 22 runs, 65 pass from Warren; McMannls (2) 35. 10 passes from Warren; Morris 35 pass from Warren; Thompson 9 run. PAT — Thompson 4 kicks; McMannls pass from Warren; Helm run. McPHERSON 44 WICHITA CAMPUS 34 Wichita Campus 0 20 7 7-34 McPhenson 10 '7 13 14 - 44 Wichita Campus—Holmes (2) 2,1 runs; Musgrove 4 run; Miller 18 passfrom Musgrove; Dally 23 pass from Musgrove. PAT — Musgrove 3 runs. McPherson — Metheny (4) 62, 7.3 runs, 17 Interception return; Powell 1 run; Hale 46 pass from Powell; Hoover 32 field goal. PAT — Hoover 5 kicks. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPts GF Washington 300 6 14 Philadelphia 20048 NY Islanders 10135 New Jersey 11025 Tampa Bay 11027 NY Rangers 00112 Florida 11026 Northeast Division .W L TPts GF Montreal 10136 Ottawa 1. 1 1 3 8 Pittsburgh 111 3 10 Boston 110 2 10 Buffalo 11025 Carolina 03007 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPts GF Detroit 200 4 11 SI. Louis 210 4 10 Phoenix 11028 Dallas 01113 Chicago 01002 Toronto 02001 Pacific Division W L TPts GF Colorado 10136 Vancouver 10023 Edmonton 11027 Los Angeles 01118 Anaheim 01002 San Jose 01003 Calgary 02002 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 St. Louis 7, Phoenix 2 Colorado 4, Calgary 1 Detroit 8, Edmonton 2 Vancouver 3, Anaheim 2 Saturday's results Washington 4, New Jersey) Florida 5, Pittsburgh 3 Montreal 4, Boston 1 Ottawa 3, Carolina 2 NY Islanders 3, Toronto 0 St. Louis 2, Dallas 1 Chicago at San Jose (n) Vancouver vs. Anaheim at Tokyo (n) Sunday's games Los Angeles al NY Rangers, 6 p.m. Phoenix at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Buffalo al Tampa Bay, 6 p.m. Colorado at Edmonton, 7 p.m. MLB playoffs DIVISIONAL SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE BALTIMORE VS. SEATTLE Baltimore 9, Seattle 3 Baltimore 9, Seattle 3 Saturday'a result Seattle 4, Baltimore 2, Baltimore leads series 2-1 Sunday's game Seattle at Baltimore, 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) Monday, Oct. 6 Seattle at Baltimore, 3:07 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) CLEVELAND VS. NY YANKEES New York 8, Cleveland 6 Cleveland?, New York 5 Saturday'a result New York 6, Cleveland 1, New York leads series, 2-1 Sunday's game New York at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. (Fox) Monday, Oct. 6 NewYork at Cleveland, 7:11 p.m., if necessary (Fox) NATIONAL LEAGUE ATLANTA VS. HOUSTON Atlanta 2, Houston 1 Atlanta 13, Houston 3 Atlanta 4, Houston 1, Atlanta wins series 34 SAN FRANCISCO VS. FLORIDA Florida 2, San Francisco 1 Florida?, San Francisco6 Florida 6, San Francisco 2, Florida wins series American League MARINERS 4, ORIOLES 2 SEATTLE BALTIMORE sbrhbi sbrhbi Amarallb 3220 ByAdsncf 4020 Sheets3b 1000 RAImr2t> 3010 RKeftyn 4021 Berroadh 2100 GrfyJrcf 4011 RPmrotb 4110 EMrtnz dh 4010 CRIpkn 3b 3000 ARdrgzss 4020 Surhofflf 4000 Buhner rf 4111 Hmndsrf 4012 Bfwers 3b 2010 Hoflei c 3000 Srrentotb 2 1 t 1 Balnesph 1000 DaWlsnc 4000 BorrJckss 2000 Cora2b 4000 Tolltl M 411 4 Totall 30 2 S 2 Seattle 001 .010 002-4 Baltimore 000 000 002-2 LOB—Seattle 5, Baltimore 6.2B-RKelty (3), ARodrtguez (1), RAtomar (2), Hammonds (1). HR—Buhner (2), Sorrento (1). CS-flordlck (1). S-RAIomar. IP H RER BB SO Seattle FasseroW.1-0 8 31143 Slocumb 1 21100 Baltimore KeyL.0-1 42-3 82204 Mills 1 10001 Rhodes 21-3 0 0 0 0 4 TeMathews 1 22201 Fassero pitched to 1 batter In the 9th. WP—Key. Umpires—Home, Reed; First, Scott; Second, Garcia; Third, Cousins; Left, Tschlda; Right, Morrison. T—3:26. A—49,137(48,262). YANKEES 6, INDIANS 1 NEW YORK CLEVELAND sbrhbi ibrhbl Raines N 2200 Roberts It 4000 Curtis ff 1000 Seltzer 1b 4000 Jelerss 3200 'Rmlrezrf 4000 O'Neill rf 4125 MaWm 3b 4110 BeWmsd 4000 Justlcedh 4020 TMrtnztb 3 0 t 1 SAItnrc 4000 Fielder dh 4000 TFmdz2b 3001 Hayes* 4000 Grssomcf 3010 Glrardic . 3110 Vlzquelss 3010 Snchez 2b 3000 Totals 31 6 4 6 Totals 33 1 5 1 NewYork 101 400 000-6 Cleveland 010 000 000—1 E—Hayes (2), Nagy (1). LOB—New York 5, Cleveland 5. 2B-^usllce (2). HR-0'Neill (2). SB-Jeter (1). S—Sanchez. IP H RER BB SO NewYork DWells W.1-0 9 51101 Cleveland • NagyL.0-1 32-3 25461 Ogea 51-3 2 1 1 0 1 Umpires—Home, Kaiser First, Kosc; Second, Phillips; Third, Roe; Lett, McClelland; Right, Ford. T—2:59. A—45,274 (43,863). Golf PGA scores PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (AP) - Top 10 scores Saturday after the third round of the $1.2 million PGA Bulck Challenge, played on the 7,057-yard, par-72 Callaway Gardens Resort, Mountain Course: Davis Love III 674547—199 Stewart Clnk 704447-201 David Sutherland 70-7045—205 TomByrum .6847-70—205 Grant Walte 71-7045-206 MlkeBrisky ' 66-7149-206 David Berganlo 694849—206 Doug Martin 7145-70-206 Hal Button 6745-74—206 Paul Goydos 69-7246—207 Seniors scores CLEMMONS, N.C. (AP) — Top 10 scores Saturday from the second round of the $1.5 million Vantage Championship, on the 6680-yard, par—71 Tanglewood Park Championship golf course: Hale Irwin 6442-126 Larry Nelson 6645—131 John Bland 6747—134 Jose Maria Canlzares 6549—134 Dave Elchelberger 6648—134 Glbby Gilbert 7045—135 IsaoAokl 6946-135 DeWitt Weaver 7145—136 JaySlgel 6848—136 Dave Stockton 6749—136 LPGA scores KUTZTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Top 10 scores Saturday after the third round of the $600,000 Betsy King Classic on the 6,075-yard, par—72 (3537) Berkleigh Country Club: Betsy King 704847—205 Annlka Sorenstam 704748—205 Kelly Robbins 724945—206 Kim Bauer 724847—207 Maggie Will-Halpln 7047-70—207 Catriona Matthew 67-70-70—207 Jackie Gallagher-Smith 7046-71—207 Deb Richard 744646—208 KarrieWebb 724848—208 Dale Eggellng 7045-73—208 Salina Cup 1997 SALINA CUP At Salina Country Club Team scores Salina Country Club 11, Elks Country Club 7, Salina Municipal Goll Course 6. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Foursome - Alternate Shot Vogel-Dawson, SCC del. Milchell-Newell, SMGC, 6 and 5; Riddle-Robertson, SMGC def. Vandegrift-Brown, ECC, 1-up; Slmpson-Sorem, SCC split with Ryan-Norton, ECC; Dugan-Esch, ECC del. Knlpp-Brumley, SMGC, 2 and 1; Den- nlng-Schetler, SCC def. Pleschl-Nelson, ECC, 4 and 3; Frohart-Lavery, SMGC def. Jones-Parker, SCC, 2 and 1; Roberts-Dunn, SCC split with Armes-Stevenson, SMGC; Faelber-McDonald, ECC def. Rexroal-Fetler, SMGC, 3 and 2; Drake-Lilly, SCC def. Wallace-Day, ECC, 2-up; Hedge-Buchholz, SMGC spill with Sellers-Ferguson, ECC; Putzier-McCall, SCC split with Broughlon-Johnson, ECC; O'Brlen-Reddlg, SMGC del. Plckel-Blackwell, SCC, 3 and 2. Four Ball Vogel-Dawson, SCC split with Vandegrifl- Brown, ECC; Ryan-Norton, ECC def. Mitchell- Robertson, SMGC, 3 and 2; RIddle-Newell, SMGC det. Simpson-Sorem, SCC, 2 and 1; Knlpp-Brumley, SMGC def. Pleschl-Nelson, ECC, 2 and 1; Dennlng-Scheffer, SCC def. Fro- hart-Uvery, SMGC, 4 and 3; Jones-Parker, SCC def. Dugan-Esch, ECC, 4 and 3; Roberts- Dunn, SCC del. Faelber-McDonald, ECC, 6 and 3; Wallace-Day, ECC def. Armes-Stevenson, SMGC, 5 and 4; Drake-Lilly, SCC, del. Wallace- Day, ECC, 2 up; Hedge-Buchholz, SMGC, split with Sellers-Ferguson, ECC; Putzier-McCall, SCC, split with Broughton-Johnson; O'Brlen- Reddlg, SMGC, def. Plckel-Blackwell, 3 and 2. TODAY'S PAIRINGS Singles matches 8 a.m. - Vogel, SCC vs. Robertson, SMGC; Brown, ECC vs. Simpson, SCC; 8:08 - Norton, ECC vs. Newell, SMGC; Nelson, ECC vs. Knipp, SMQC; 6:16 - Denning, SCC vs. Ryan, ECC; Dawson, SCC vs. Frohart, SMGC; 8:24 - Van- aegrtfl, ECC vs. Mitchell, SMGC; Scheffer, SCC vs. Riddle, SMGC; 8:32 - Dugan, ECC vs. Jones, SCC; Brumley, SMGC vs. Esch, ECC; 8:40 - Sorem, SCC vs. Pieschl, ECC; Lavery, SMGC VI. Parker. SCC. 8:48 - Roberts, SCC vs. Ames, SMGC; Me-. Donald, ECC vs. Dunn, SCC; 8:56 - Broughton, ECC vs. Stevenson, SMGC; Johnson, ECC VK Rexroat, SMGC; 9:04 - Drake, SCC vs. Wallace, ECC; Lilly, SCC vs. O'Brien. SMGC; 9:12 Day, ECC vs. Fetter, SMGC; Putzler, SCC vs. Dexter, SMGC; 9:20 - Paelber, ECC vs. McCall, SCC; Reddlg, SMGC vs. Ferguson, ECC; 9:26 Pickel, SCC vs. Sellers, ECC; Buchholz, SMGC vs. Blackwell, SCC. Volleyball Missouri Valley AT WICHITA Wichita Slate def. Drake, 8-15,15-8,15-6,156 State college AT LINDSBORQ Bethany def. Ottawa, 8-15,15-13,15-6,15-7 AT HAYS Metropolitan State del. Fort Hays State, 15-5, 15-7,15-6 AT HILLSBORO Tabor del. Southwestern, 18-14,15-13,15-12 AT WICHITA Friends def. Kansas Wesleyan, 15-8,15-11,915,15-11 Junior college COWLEY COUNTY INVITATIONAL At Arkansas City Cowley County del. Brown Mackle, 15-3,15-9; Ubette County def. Brown Mackle, 8-16,15-10, 15-13; Brown Mackle def. Hutchlnson, 9-15,158,15-11; Butler County del. Brown Mackle, 151,15-7; Brown Mackle del. Allen County, 15-12, 16-14; Dodge City def. Brown Mackle 15-12,1215,15-13 High school LADY RAILER TOURNAMENT At Ellis Pool A , Victoria del. Ellis, 15-7 12-15, 15-9; Triplalns del. Elyrla Christian, 4-15, 15-11, 15-13; Triplalns def. Ellis, 15-7,15-13; Elyria Christian del. Victoria, 15-10, 154; Elyria Christian del. Ellis, 154,15-13; Victoria def. Triplalns 15-10, 154 PoolB Plalnvtlle def. Palco, 15-9,15-7; Northern Valley def. Philllpsburg, 15-11,5-15,15-9; Plalnville del. Phlllipsburg, 15-12, 9-15, 15-12; Northern Valley det. Palco, 8-15, 15-11,15-9; Plalnville det. Northern Valley, 10-15,15-4,15-10; Palco del. Philllpsburg, 15-6,15-8 Consolation bracket Palco def. Ellis, 15-5,15-12; Philllpsburg def. Triplalns, 154, 15-7; Triplalns det. Ellis, 15-9, 15-11; Phlllipsburg del. Palco, 16-14,15-9 Semifinals Plalnvllle del. Victoria, 11-15, 15-11, 15-9; Northern Valley def. Elyria Christian, 11-15,157,15-11 Third place Victoria def. Elyria Christian, 15-9,154 Championship Triplalns def. Plalnvllle, 18-16,10-15,15-12 NORTH CENTRAL QUADRANGULAR Wakefield det. St. Xavier, 15-2,154; Bern del. St. Xavier, 15-1,15-2; North Central def. Wake- Held, 15-13,15-9; North Central def. SI. Xavier, 15-2, 15-2; Bern def. Wakefield, 154, 154; North Central def. Bern, 15-12,15-13 CONCORDIA INVITATIONAL Red Pool Concordla def. Beloll, 15-1, 154;' Belleville del. SE Saline,-154, 15-10; Concordla det. Marysvlile, 154,15-5; Belleville def. Beloll, 156,15-5; Concordla del. SE Saline, 154,15-3; Marysvlile del. Beloil, 15-7, 15-10; Marysvlile del. Belleville, 3-15,15-12,15-11; SE Saline def. Beloll, 12-15, 15-12, 15-8; Concordla del. Belleville, 15-4,154; Marysvllle def. SE Saline, 15-11,15-3 White Pool Smith Center det. Rlley County, 15-8, 15-3; Clay Center del. Minneapolis, 15-7,15-7; Clay Center det. Minneapolis, 154,15-5; Clay Center del. Rlley County, 15-7,15-4; Smith Center def. Clay Center, 15-8, 4-15, 16-14; Rlley County def. Minneapolis, 15-9,15-10 Semifinals Concordla def. Clay Center, 15-0, 15-2; Marysville def. Smith Center, 12-15,15-7,15-2 Third Place Smith Center def. Clay Center, 15-13,15-9 Championship Concordia del. Marysvllle, 10-15,15-2,154 Junior varsity AT BELOIT Sacred Heart results Sacred Heart def. Lucas-Luray, 15-5, 15-7; Sacred Heart def. Jewell, 15-7, 15-1; Sacred Heart def. Pike Valley, 15-10, 15-13; Sacred Heart def. Beloil, 15-12, 15-10; Sacred Heart def. SJ Belolt, 8-15,15-11 (time limit). Championship — Belolt del. Sacred Heart, 15-9,15-13. Crosscountry State college KANSAS WESLEYAN INVITATIONAL At Bill Burke and Indian Rock parks MEN Team scores Colby 48, Highland 78, Tabor 80, Garden City 89, Cloud County 106, Hutchlnson 118, Bethany 163, Pratt 216. Top 10 Individuals 1. Vasquez, C, 28:27; 2. Jost, T, 28:36; 3. Gutierrez, GC, 28:47; 4. Meyer, CC, 28:61; 5. Jenkins, Hi, 28:58; 6. Lawson, C, 29:01; 7. Howland, Hi, 29:10; 8. Oslerhaus, C, 29:11; 9. Hottman, HI, 29:12; 10. Koehler, T, 29:13. Other area Individuals 12. Belknap, B, 29:30; 13. Schlrmer, T, 29:31; 16. Wilson, C, 29:35; 16. Vculek, CC, 29:43; 17. Gann, CC, 29:55; 18. McDanlel, C, 30:01; 21. Weber, C; 30:21; 26. Klelnsasser, T, 30:48; 31. Soo Hoc, T, 31:15; 32. Frederick, CCy, 31:24; 36. Wllford, B, 31:49; 37. Polk, B, 31:50; 38. Lancaster, B, 32:08; 39. Blecha, CC, 32:14; 40. Deeds, C, 32:19; 42. Wolfe, T, 32:20; 45. Larson, Bethany, 32:53; 46. Redelzke, B, 32:55; 47. Meyer, B, 32:56; 46. Dlenes, B, 33:06; 49. Lopez, T, 33:21: 50. Walker, CC, 33:44; 52. Wlenandt, T, 33:56; 53. Ellis, Kansas Wesleyan, 34:10; 54. Conrad, CC, 34:16; 56. Miller, KW, 34:55; 62. Bausch, CC, 37:00; 63. Jarboe, KW, 37:28; 66. Tupper, B, 37:53; 67. McDermott, T, 38:30; 68. Simmellnk, B. 38:34; 70. Toelle, KW, 48:23. WOMEN Team acores Colby 27, Cloud County 59, Kansas Wesleyan 92, Sterling 99, Garden City 103, Bethany 119. Top 10 Individuals I. Wells, C, 20:34; 2. Nejdl, C, 20:39; 3. CoMn, S, 20:44; 4. Bomeleld, KW, 20:47; 5. Thomas, Hi, 20:50; 6. Ferrell, Central McPherson, 21:01; 7. Cole, CC, 21:06; 8. Bradshaw, CC, 21:15; 9. Aumiller, C, 21:37; 10. Walqulst, C, 21:40. , Other area Individuals II. Heln, C, 21:46; 12. Bellertve, CC, 21:58; 13. Duryee, B, 22:00; 14. Burgess, C, 22:06; 15. Theer, KW, 22:07; 18. Lewellyn, CC, 22:22; 19. Harrison, C, 22:26; 20. Quint. Cy, 22:47; 21. Wheeler, KW, 22:58; 22. Rlchert, T,'23:30; 24. Skala, B, 23:34; 25. Dunn, C, 23:45; 28. Ryff, T, 23:46; 32. Davit, CC, 25:30; 33. Kroeker, T, 25:44; 35.35. White. C. 25:48; 36. Gaston, KW, 28:05; 37. Greenleaf, B, 26:15; 39. Baker, B, 26:61; 41. Knoettgen, KW, 28:00; 42. Herd, Central, 30:03; 43. Relseg. B, 33:18. Tennis High school McPHERSON INVITATIONAL Team »core« McPherson A 106, Salina Central 101, Great Bend 89, SaHna South 83, Garden City 88, Buhler 86, Hulchlnson 64. Andover 62, McPherson 8 81, Liberal 54, Hayt 51, Mabe 43, Derby 40, Wichita Collegiate 27. Salina central results Singles 2. Amanda Qarlow, 4-1 — del. Chang, Wichita Collegiate, 84; del. Henderson, Buhler. 8-1: del. Krug, Garden City, 8-4; del. Ryan, Andover, 8-1; lost to Bohnenblusl, McPherson A, 8-4. 18. Jenny Collins, 3-2 — lost to Muetlng, Salina South, 8-3; del. Ctompett, Wichita Collegiate, 8-6; def. Cooper, Andover, 8-4; del. Martin, McPherson, 8-1; lost to Meng, McPherson, 8-2. Doubles I. Ashley Wilson-Sydney Moshler, 4-0 — def. Schroeder-Schmldt, Buhler, 8-0; del. Metro- Schmltz, Great Bend, 8-1; def. Pederson-Pederson, McPherson, 6-2; def. Schmidt-Turner, McPherson, 6-0. 4. Shusten Tumqulst-Jennrler Mlze, 3-2 — def. Nuss-Allmon, Hulchlnson, 8-3; del. McPherson B, 8-7 (7-1); del. Bauer-Koehler.Great Bend, 8-7 (7-1); lost to Schmidt-Turner, McPherson A, 8-3; lost to Pederson-Pederson, McPherson, 84. Salina South results Singles 3. Julie Muetlng, 4-1 — def. Collins, Salina Central. 8-3; del. Curl, McPherson, 8-7 (7-4); def. Delp, Great Bend, 8-7 (7-2); lost to Bohnenblust, McPherson, 8-2; def. Ryan, Andover, 8-2. 10. Anna Feyerherm, 3-2 — del. Marten, McPherson, 84; lost to Sellers, Hutchlnson, 8-8; def. Krug, Garden City, NA; def. Curl, McPherson, 8-6; lost to Ranker, Liberal, 8-2. Doubles II. Rebecca Dunlap-Becky Day, 3-2 — del. Malloree-Long, Hulchlnson, 8-2; lost to Pederson-Pederson, McPherson, 8-7 (7-5); det. Hands-Kldder, Garden City, 64; lost to Ripken- Schmidt, Liberal, 8-5; def. Kohut-Sproul, Andover, 8-5. Mandi Chace-Hanna Kelley, 1-2 — def. Kll- boume-Odermann, Liberal, 8-2; lost to Bauer- Koehler, Great Bend, 8-1; lost to McPherson B, 8-7 (8-6). Soccer State men KANSAS WESLEYAN 3 BETHEL 2 (ot) Kansas Wesleyan (7-4) 201 — 3 Bethel - 11 0 — 2 KW: Murad Dlbbinl (M.Cheney), 25th minute; KW: Murad Dibblnl (J.C. Walsh), 30th minute; B: Krinawl (unassisted), 39th minute; B: Stuhlsatz (unasslted), 78th minute; KW: Mike Dibblni (Murad Dibblni), 118th minute. Shots on goal — KWU 3-3-1-7; Bethel 3-10-4. TABOR 1, BETHANY 0 (ot) Tabor 001 — 1 Bethany (24) 000 — 0 T: Grant (Lehn), overtime. Shots on goal—Tabor 3-3-1—7; BEIhany 744—11. Saves — Tabor (Flaming) 5-44—9; Bethany (Taylor) 1-34-4. State women BETHEL 6, KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 Kansas Wesleyan (3-8) 00 — 0 Bethel 33 — 6 B: Lelle (Meyer); B: Stipp (Klasser); B: Seager (Stipp); B: Leite (Reeves); B: Lelle (Kruger); B: Reeves (unassisted) Shots on goal - KWU 1-5-6; Bethel 611-17. Auto racing NASCAR lineup CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Lineup for Sunday's UAW-GM Quality 500 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, with car number In parentheses, driver, hometown, make of car and qualifying speed In mph: 1. (7) Geoff Bodine. Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 184.256 mph. 2. (18) Bobby Cabonte, Corpus Christl, Texas, Ponllac, 183.742. 3. (6) Mark Martin, Batesvllle, Ark., Ford, 183.673. 4. (24) Jeff Gordon, Vallejo, Calif., Chevrolet, 183.380. 5. (88) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford, 163.113. • 6. (90) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, WIs., Ford, 162.896. 7. (22) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Ponll- ac, 182.865. 8. (12) Jeff Purvis, Clarksville, Tenn., Chevrolet, 182.408. 9. (23) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford, 181.947. 10. (1) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Pen- tiac, 181.941. 11. (33) Ken Schroder, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet, 181.788. 12. (91) Kevin Lepage, Shelburne, VI., Chevrolet, 181.763. 13. (36) Derrlke Cope, Spanaway, Wash., Pontiac, 181.690. 14. (16) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, WIs., Ford, 161.647. 15. (30) Johnny Benson, Grand Rapids, Mich., Pontiac, 181.476. 16. (48) Wall/ Dallenbach, Basalt, Colo., Chevrolet, 181.421. 17. (41) Steve Grlssom, Gadsden, Ala., Chevrolet, 181.391. 18. (11) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 161.385. 19. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolls, N.C., Chevrolet, 181.324. 20. (29) Jeff Green, Whltehouse, Tenn., Chevrolet, 181.208. 21. (4) Sterling Mariln, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet, 181.165. 22. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 181.111. 23. (98) John Andrettl, Indianapolis, Ford, 181,0/4. 24. (42) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevrolet, 181.008. 25. (2) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 180.935. 26. (81) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 181.580. 27. (96) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 180.578. 28. (77) Robert Pressley, Asheville, N.C, Ford, 180.530. 29. (99) Jell Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford, 180.617., 30. (21) Michael Wallrip, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 180.457. 31. (97) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Pontiac, 180.403. 32. (9) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford, 180.276. 33. (94) Bill Elliott, Dawsonvllle, Ga., Ford, 180.270. 34. (27) Rick Wilson, Bartow, Fla., Ford, 180.270. 35. (28) Emie Irvan, Salinas, Calil., Ford, 180.240. 36. (35) Todd Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Pontl- ac, 180.108. FRIDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES > Andale 39, Medicine Lodge 0 •Arkansas City 21, Winfiek) 14 'Ashland 58, Jelmore 12 .Attica 47, South Barber 30 •Axtell.48, Pike Valley 8 ' Basehor-Unwood 23, Tonganoxle 14 , Belolt 29, Abilene 7 ' Bennlngton 43, Solomon 14 1 Bern 42, Hanover 35 ' BV North 14, BV Northwest 7 .BV Randolph 72, Whlla City 24 ' Bonner Springs 28, Atchison 8 'BrewBter 82, Golden Plains W !BucWin38,Ote-B)«>n2Q i BuNer 34, Wellington 18 Caneye, NEAnnaO Canlon-GalvaSe.SfKkjwickO Cenual Christian 54, Qoeseeie < Cent/alia 61, Bwllngame 7 CenUeS&WakaMde •Chanule2e,Umed20 ' Chaparral 24, Cleaiwater 22 Chaw County 46, Remington 16 Cheney 22, Douglass 0 Chetopa52,Copan,Okla.6 Ch9yyn54,Healy-Utai20 Clmarron 27, Sublette 6 Clatlln 61, Kinsley 0 Colby 30, Hays 14 Columbus 28, Baxter Springs 0 Concordla 19, Belleville 17 Conway Springs 18, Garden Plain 14 Council Grove 27, Herlngton 26 Crest 62, Hamilton 6 Derby 43, Newton 14 Dighton13,Atwood12 Dodge City 19, Great Bend 6 Eastern Heights 64, Naloma 8 EIP«ado49,HulchJnson35 Elkhart25,SWHekjhU12 Ellis 42, Victoria 14 Ell-Saline 60, PeabodyO Empona 17, Topeka Highland Park 14 Eudora 27, Anderson Counly 12 Eureka 40, HumtwidtO Fort Scott 39, Labette Counly 19 Frankfort 34, Onaga 26 Fredonla 48, Burlington 14 Frontenac 35, Marmalon Valley 0 Galena 21, Erie 7 Garden City 20, SM East 6 Girard21,River|on18 Goddard 22, Andover14 Goodland 42,066*14 Halstead40, EUInwood20 Mansion 56, Salanta 12 Haviland 58, Tribune 44 Hemdon78,Lenora34 Hesston 16, Wichita Collegiate 10 Hill Clly 34, Norton 8 Hillsboro 20, Starling 6 Holslnglod 31, Scott Clly 22 Hotecmbei.Leotn/ Hope 62, SJ Military 14 Norton 62, Valley FalU 6 Hoxie 34, Qulnter 19 lngalls42,BMlne36 lnman46,Moundrid»e20 Jeff North 40, Jackson Heights 22 Joplln,Mo.49,Cofleyvllle6 Junction Clly 50, Topeka High 42 W KC Piper 31, JayhawkUnnO KC Turner 19, KC Ward 0 Kensington 42, Palco 29 LaCrosse 19, Lincoln 18 LaWn 35. Syracuse 16 Lawrence High 28, Otalhe South 7 Lebo 20, Marals det Cygnet 14 LeRoy 66, Hartford 6 ' Llnn42,Balleyvllle12 Utlle River 48, Pretty Prairie 14 Logan 58, Moriand 6 Lucas-Luray 76, Chate 42 Lyndon 60, Madison 16 Lyons 24, Nlckerson? Macksville28, Lewis 22 (3ot) Maize 34, Augusta 0 Manhattan 35, Salina South 14 MankatoW, Jewell 26 Marlon 33, Salina Sacred Heart 0 Marysvllle 41, Clay Center 6 McLouth 24, Highland 18 McPherson 44, Wichita Campus 34 Meade«8, DsertleKm Midway Penton 60, SI. Marys Academy 14 Minneapolis 41, Russell 12 Nemaha Valley 27, Jefferson West 14 Neode«ha57,Cherryva|et9 N««sClty49.Qre«ntburgie Northern Heights 25, Mltikm Valley 22 Northam VaUey 80, Ransom 44 Norwich 40, Cunningham 20 Olcttha North M, Lwyenworth 0 Olpe21,WaytrlyQ Osawatomle 32, Spring Hill 7 Ottawa 30, KCSumow 26 Paola43,Gardner-Edg»rtone Parsons 19, Independence 13 Pany-Lecompton 34, Lapsing 21 Phllllpttiurg34,0«bom«12 Pittsburgh, Carthage, Mo, 6 Pra«56,Klngman7 Pratt Skyline 68, Burrton 34 Quivlra Heights 68, Tescott 24 Riley Counly 30, Clifton-Clyde 7 St. Frand«42,0akley6 SUohn46, FalrtleWSO SJ Beloll 36, North Central 20 SlPau|52,Thayer6 St. Thomas Aquinas 27, BV SUM 29(01) Salina Central 48, Topeka Weil 0 SarilaFeTraim, lolae Sharon Springs 2£ Rolls 19 8MMI609 34, Wichita North 7 SM West 66, Uwrenca FIN Stale 20 Silver Lake 44, Owe* City 13 Smith Center 66. Plalnville 7 Smoky Valley 42, Haven 14 SE Saline 44, Ellsworth 0 Southern Cloud 35, White Rock 22 South dray 50, Moscow 22 Stafford 36, Trinity 30 (2ot) Slanlon County 50, Hugoton 20 Sylvan 70, Tlpton 22 Topeka Haycten 34, Topeka Seaman 6 Trego 22, Stockton 21 Triplalns 48, Grinnell 0 Troy 14, Pleasant Ridge 0 Ulysses 2«,TMP-Ma.lanO Valley Heights 28, Exeter, Neb. 14 Wabaunsea20,St.Mary»7 WacondaEael58,Hillcresl24 Wamego 42, Chapman 35 Washington 34, Friend, Neb. 14 Walhena 34, Oskaloosa 0 Wellsvllle 61, Baldwin 18 Wichita Kapaun 17, Wichita NW14 WloMaSE 14, Wichita Heights 10 Wichita West 48. Wichita Eatt 7 Wiamsburg68,FUntrillli26 Wilson 60, Downs 26 Yates Center 27, Alloona Midway 0 Thursday's scores Olathe East 16, SM Northwest 9 Pittsburg Colgan 14, SE Cherokee 0 Wichita Carroll 41, Wichita South 6 SPORTS DIGEST t Country Club team j takes lead in Salina Cup I The Salina Country Club pulled away froffl the! pack by winning four of five four-ball matches) Saturday afternoon to take the lead in the annu-j al Salina Cup Golf Tournament at the Salina j Country Club. ; SCC has 11 points, Elks Country Club 7 and, Salina Municipal Golf Course 6 entering today's; single matches. ! The two-day event pits 16 golfers from each of; Salina's three golf courses in a Ryder Cup for-i mat. Play began Saturday with 12 foursome (al-, ternate shot) matches in the morning, followed! by 12 four ball matches in the afternoon. j SCC had 41/2 points, Muncipal 4 and Elks 31/2J points after the morning matches before SCCi pulled away. i SCC's run began when Gary Denning and Jimj Scheffer defeated Municipal's Lou Frohart and] Bob Lavery 4 and 3. Tom Jones and Monte Park-' er of SCC then defeated the Elks' Mike Dugani and Dick Esch 4 and 3 and Jerry Roberts andj Tom Dunn downed Greg Paelber and Brian Me-} Donald of the Elks 5 and 3. . j The run concluded with Jim Drake and Dennis: Lilly's 2-up victory over Municipal's Bill Rexroatj and Ron Fetter. j " The Elks put the brakes on SCC's surge whenj Kenn Sellers and Cliff Ferguson defeated SGC'sj Tom Pickel and Steve Blackwell 3 and 2 in the fi-i nal match of the day. ! Auto racing CONCORD, N.C. — Jimmy Spencer used hisj head as well as his gas pedal in fending off i Mark Martin's bid for a record victory Satur- j day in the All Pro Bumper-To-Bumper 300 ; | Busch Grand National stock car race. Martin, ] who kept losing ground on pit stops and mak- i ing it up on the track,.caught Spencer for the ! final time 21 laps from the end of the 200-lap | event at Charlotte Motor Speedway. At the [ end, it was Spencer's Chevrolet by .231-sec- ' onds — about three car-lengths — over Mar- i tin's Ford in the battle of Winston Cup regu- J lars. But the decision remained in doubt until j the final turn as Martin tried hard to earn his j 31st career BGN victory, which would break a| tie with Jack Ingram as the top winner in series history. ;•> Baseball MINNEAPOLIS — A day after signing a letter of intent to sell the Minnesota Twins to a North Carolina group, owner Carl Pohlad put out a plea Saturday for help building a ballpark to keep the team in town. "I feel Very • emotional about this because nobody wants'to keep baseball in Minnesota more than I do.'t Pohlad said. "There's no way this town _! should be without baseball." But Pohlad has signed a letter of intent that would move the team to North Carolina if the Legislature refuses to agree to build a publicly financed stadium before Nov. 30. Boxing ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Andrew Golota ( had no chance to throw any low blows Saturday night. In fact, he hardly had a chance to throw any punches as WBC heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis knocked him down twice and stopped him at 1:35 of the first round. Before the match, Lewis predicted the fight would be a clean one and a good one. It was a clean one — and it was a short one. The loss was Golota's third straight, but the first two had come on disqualifications in fights he was winning against Riddick Bowe. Lewis,.pf Britain, sent Golota down 55 seconds into the fight with four thunderous punches to the •-. head. The native of Poland living in Chicago struggled up at the count of "4" and reeled across the ring. Referee Joe Cortez followed him and gave him a mandatory 8-count. Lewis then launched another attack and , dropped Golota into a sitting position in Lewis' corner with three rights to the head.! Cortez began to count, but then but then , stopped and ruled the fight was over at 1:35,' Golf CLEMMONS, N.C. — Hale Irwin loosened up his sore right shoulder and shot a course- record 62 Saturday to open a five-stroke lead in the Vantage Championship, moving closer to becoming the first golfer ever to win $2 rjiil- lion in a season. Irwin, who took a one-sho{:1 lead into Saturday's round and questioned „ how he would perform because of shoulder , tendinitis flaring up, birdied five of his first eight holes as he moved to 16-under-par after 36 holes. Irwin's two-round total of 126 tied the senior tour opening 36-hole record set by Jim Colbert in the 1994 GTE West Classic. BERLIN — Germany's Bernhard Langer . shot a record 12-under-par 60 Saturday and > took a commanding seven-stroke lead after three rounds of the German Masters. Langer, whose score broke the Golf and Country Club Motzen course record of 61 set in 1995 by Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland, had a 54-hoie total of 19-under 197. KUTZTOWN, Pa. — Host Betsy King and LPGA money leader Annika Sorenstam moved into a first-place tie Saturday after the thjrd round of the $600,000 CoreStates Betsy King Classic. King shot a 5-under-par 67 at the 6,075-yard, par 72 Berkleigh Country Club. Sorenstam, the defending champion, had a §8 to tie King at ll-under-205. 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