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^TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television today's schedule i BASEBALL ; 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, National League Championship Series. Florida at Atlanta, NBC, cable 3,13. BOXINQ I p.m. — Boxing, Bronco McKart vs. Shlbata Floras; Oba Carr vs. Anthony Jones, USA, cable 30. HOCKEY I p.m. — NHL Hockey, Boston at Colorado, ESPN2. cable 39; FSN, cable 55. football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA New England 4 1 0 .800 143 74 N.Y. Jets 420 .667 157 106 Buffalo 3 2 0 .600 116 126 Miami 3 2 0 .600 88 91 Indianapolis 0 5 0 .000 66 131 Central Jacksonville 4 1 0 .800 131 98 Pittsburgh 3 2 0 .600 121 138 Baltimore 3 3 0 .500 161 134 Cincinnati 1 4 0 .200 81 134 Tennessee 1 4 0 .200 84 126 West Denver 6 0 0 1.000 190 85 Kansas City 4 2 0 .667 122 110 jSan Diego 3 3 0 .500 102 126 .Seattle 3 3 0 .500 107 134 i Oakland 2 4 0 .333 151 146 ' NATIONAL CONFERENCE ' East W L T Pet. PF PA Dallas 3 2 0 .600 124 75 'Washington 3 2 0 .600 90 73 JN.Y. Giants 3 3 0 .500 104 120 'Philadelphia 2 3 0 .400 90 99 'Arizona 1 4 0 .200 96 104 Central Tampa Bay 5 1 0 .633 131 97 Green Bay 420 .667 144 126 Minnesota 420' .667 155 141 Detroit 3 3 0 .500 133 120 Xhkago 0 6 0 • .000 78 175 I West iSan Francisco 4 1 0 .800 122 60 Carolina 2 3 0 .400 80 106 :SL Louis 2 3 0 .400 94 112 New Orleans 2 4 0 .333 101 139 Atlanta 0 5 0 .000 82 136 i Sunday's Game* Jacksonville 21, Cincinnati 13 New York Giants 20, Dallas 17 1 Buffalo 22, Detroit 13 i Miami 17, Kansas City 14 : Pittsburgh 42, Baltimore 34 • Green Bay 21, Tampa Bay 16 Philadelphia 24, Washington 10 Seattle 16, Tennessee 13 ; Minnesota 20, Arizona 19 ' New York Jets 16, Indianapolis 12 San Diego 25, Oakland 10 New Oneans 20, Chicago 17 Open date: Atlanta, Carolina, St. Louis, San JFrandsco ". Monday'* Game 'Denver 34, New England 13 Sunday, Oct. 12 Atlanta at New Orleans, noon Buffalo at New England, noon "Cincinnati at Tennessee, noon Detroit at Tampa Bay, noon , Green Bay at Chicago, noon '- Miami at New Yorit Jets, noon '• Philadelphia at Jacksonville, noon Carolina at Minnesota, 3 p.m. New York Giants at Arizona, 3 p.m. . St. Louis at San Francisco, 3 p.m. Indianapolis at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. "'.Open date: Baltimore, Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Seattle Monday, Del 13 'Dallas at Washington, 8 p.m. NFL summary 1 ' BRONCOS 34, PATRIOTS 13 NE Den First downs 13 25 Rushes-yards 19-51 38-192 Passing 211 188 Punl Returns 1-20 3-20 Ktckoff Returns 8-119 2-59 Interceptions Ret. 2-30 1-13 Comp-Att-Int 20-41-1 13-27-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 3-23 1-8 'Punts 7-51.9 3-50.3 iFumbles-Lost 2-1 3-0 .Penalties-Yards 10-117 4-20 "Time of Possession 27:02 32:56 '.' INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS , RUSHING-New England, Martin 15-66, .Bledsoe 2-3, Brown 1-(minus 18), Byars 1-0. 'Denver. T.Davis 32-171, Hebron 3-22, Elway 3(minus 1). , PASSING—New England, Bledsoe 20-41-1234. Denver, Elway 13-27-2-196. > RECEIVING—New England, Coates 5-65. .Byars 446, Jefferson 3-45, Martin 3-10, Glenn 2-27, Brown 1-10, Purnell 1-6, Brisby 1-5. Denver, R.Smlth 5-130, McCaffrey 3-26, Green 2• 14, T.Davis 2-7, Sharpe 1-19. ' MISSED FIELD GOALS—Denver, Bentley 48 (WR). SCORING SUMMARY New England 0 13 0 0-13 6*mw 14 0 17 3-34 X, First Quarter ,. Den—T.Davis 2 run (Bentley kick), 5:28. ' Den—MoUey 13 Interception return (Bentley *k*),3:51. Second Quarter ' 'NE-Byars 44 pass from Bledsoe (Vlnatleri kick), 14:38. • NE-fQ Vlnatleri 26,3:12. NE—FG Vlnatleri 49,0:00. Third Quarter Den—Elway 1 run (Benlley kick), 9:37. Den-FQ Bentley 21,3:37. Den—T.Davis 1 run (Bentley kick), 1:59. Fourth Quarter Den—FG Bentley 33,5:24. A—75,821. !' College NCAA DIVISION MA POLL HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. (AP) - The lop .26 teams In the Sports Network Division I-AA .football poll, with first-place votes In parenthe- r its, records through Oct. 5 and previous rank.{fig; Record PU Prv •1,YoungslownSt.(56) 5-0 2285 2 .12; Montana (24) 3-1 2217 1 ,3. Vlllanova (8) 4-0 2107 4 ' 4. McNeese State (3) 5-0 1942 10 Z&. Western Illinois (1) 4-1 1883' 9 ..6. Delaware 4-1 1807 11 7. Western Kentucky 5-1 1793 3 6. E.Tennesse St. (1)g 4-1 1534 14 9. Southern University 5-0 10. Eastern Illinois 11. Georgia Southern 12. Northern Arizona 13. Stephen F. Austin 14. Appalachian State 15. Jackson State 16. Florida MM 17. Northern Iowa 18. Nlchofls State 19. Troy State 20. Murray SL 21. Richmond 22. SW Texas State 23. William a Mary 24. Connecticut 25. Hampton 5-1 4-1 3-2 3-1 2-2 5-1 4-1 3-2 3-2 3-2 4-2 4-1 3-1 4-2 40 4-1 1499 13 1458 15 1278 17 1263 5 1183 16 954 6 925 19 696 12 697 23 598 24 559 7 489 25 485 447 — 443 8 334 — 226 — NCAA DIVISION II POLL OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — The lop 20 teams In the NCAA Division II football poll with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Oct. 6, points and previous ranking: Record Pis Pvs I.Carson-Newman (4) 44 80 1 2. Pittsburg State, Kan. 4-0 78 2 3. New Haven, Conn. 5-0 72 3 4. Angeto State, Texas 4-0 68 5 5. NW Missouri SL 54 63 6 6. Texas MM-Klngsvtlle 3-1 59 7 7. Albany Slate, Ga. 54 57 10 8. Grand Valley, Mich. 54 52 12 9. Western Slate, Colo. 4-1 46 11 10. North Dakota 44 45 13 11. West Georgia 4-1 37 16 12. Indianapolis 64 36 14 13. Central Oklahoma 4-1 34 15 14. Livingstone, N.C. 64 25 19 15. Nebraska-Omaha 4-1 20 9 16. Slippery Rock, Pa. 4-1 19 — 17. Catawba, N.C. 4-1 18 4 18. North Dakota State 4-1 17 — 19.UC-Davls 3-2 9 — 20. Sheperd, W.Va. 44 5 — BIG 12 STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL Leading Rushers Car Yds Avg Yd*-pg Green.Neb 63 534 6.4 133.5 Parker.Okla 118 664 5.6 132.8 Williams.Texas 76 519 6.8 129.7 Hall.TexAtM 61 468 8.0 122.0 Fobbs.OklaSt 83 468 5.6 93.6 Frost.Neb 56 370 6.6 92.5 Hk*son,KanSt 69 367 5.3 91.7 C.Jones.Mo 81 429 5.3 65.8 Vann.Kansas 93 423 4.5 84.6 Parker.TexMM 54 329 6.1 62.2 Simmons.OklaSt 69 319 4.6 79.7 West.Mo 60 355 4.4 71.0 Makovicka.Neb 37 274 7.4 66.5 Fazande.Okla 62 324 5.2 64.8 Olivo.Mo 73 320 4.4 64.0 Leading Pe*»ere Rating AH Cp YdsTd PI* Undsay.OklaSt 40 27 367 2 160.3 Bishop.KanSt 63 27 569 5 138.6 McCown.TexMM 37 22 302 1 136.9 Chaloupka.OklaSt 48 25 287 5 132.5 Lethridge.TxTech 124 74 892 6 131.2 Bandhauer.lowaSI 171 67 1232 10 123.7 Wegner.Kansas 37 20 304 1 121.2 C.Jones,Mo 85 44 639 3 117.1 Fuente.Okla 61 35 493 1 114.3 Slewart.TexMM 41 20 285 2 113.5 FrosLNeb 55 30 369 1 113.3 Walton.Texas 39 23 256 1 112.3 Watson.Baytor 125 73 687 3 109.3 E.Mcore.Okla 32 14 266 1 98.9 J.Brown.Texas 64 30 376 2 97.2 Total Offense Yds Avg Yds-pg Lethridge, TxTech 991 6.2 247.7 C.Jones, Mo • 1068 6.4 213.6 Hessler, Colo 824 5.6 206.0 Bandhauer, lowaSt 1028 5.0 205.2 Frost, Neb 739 6.6 164.7 Watson, Baylor 732 4.7 163.0 Bishop, KanSt 700 6.3 175.0 Green, Neb 534 6.4 133.5 Parker, Okla 664 5.6 132.6 Williams, Texas 519 6.6.129.7 Undsay.OklaSt 612 7.1 122.4 Hall.TexMM 468 7.6 122.0 J.Brown, Texas 336 4.7 112.0 Fobbs.OklaSt 468 5.6 93.6 Fuente.Okla 459 6.2 91.8 Receiving Cms Ct Yds Ct-pg Hart, TxTech 4 33 523 8.2 McKenzie, TxTech 4 23 236 5,7 Watley, lowaSt 5 25 441 5.0 Thompson, Baylor 4 18 189 4.5 Mo.Andrsn, Baylor 4 18 157 4.5 E.William, lowaSt 5 22 369 4.4 Savoy, Colo 4 17 240 4.2 Mayes.OklaSI 5 17 239 3.4 Chlavrinl, Colo 4 13 163 3.2 Anderson, Colo 3 9 108 3.0 S.AIexndr, Okla 5 13 176 2.6 McGarity, Texas 4 10 169 2.5 White, Texas 4 10 120 2.5 Brooks, Mo 5 12 122 2.4 Stiggers, Colo 4 9 127 2.2 Receiving Yard* Per Gam* Gms Ct Yds YdsPg Hart,TxTech 4 33 523 130.75 Watley.lowaSI 5 25 441 88.20 E.WilllamJowaSt 5 22 369 73.60 Savoy.Colo 4 17 240 60.00 McKenzle.TxTech 4 23 238 59.50 Mayes.OklaSI 5 17 239 47.80 Thompson.Baylor 4 18 169 47.25 McGarity.Texas 4 10 169 42.25 Peries.KanSt 4 6 166 41.50 Layman.Mo 5 8 204 40.80 Chlavrinl.Colo 4 13 163 40.75 Mo.Andrsn.Baylor 4 18 157 39.25 Anderson.Colo 3 9 108 36.00 S.AIexndr.Okla 5 13 176 35.20 Spiller.TexMM 4 6 132 33.00 TEAM Rushing Offense Car Yds Ydt-pg Nebraska 247 1599 399.6 Missouri 290 1441 268.2 Texas A&M 200 1122 280.5 Oklahoma 249 1207 241.4 Oklahoma St. 270 1196 239.2 Kansas St. 193 902 225.5 Texas Tech •' 168 713 178.3 Baylor 141 815 153.8 Texas 130 613 153.3 Kansas 167 622 124.4 Colorado 119 376 94.0 Iowa St. 159 319 63.8 Failing Offense Alt Cp Yd* Ydt-pg Iowa State 179 91 1269 253.8 Texas Tech 137 80 1003 250.8 Colorado 126 64 782 195.5 Texas 127 65 772 193.0 Baylor 125 73 687 171.8 Kansas Stale 78 34 679 169.8 Oklahoma 93 49 759 151.8 Texas MM 80 43 588 147.0 Oklahoma State 90 54 679 135.6 Missouri 88 45 658 131.6 Nebraska 63 36 504 126.0 Kansas 100 46 609 121.8 Total Offense Plays Ydt Ydi-pg Nebraska 310 2103 525.7 Texas Techg 295 1716 429.0 Today's schedule TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7 CROSSCOUNTRY Ell-Saline, Sacred Heart at Ellsworth, 4:30 p.m. GOLF Kansas Wesleyan Invitational SOCCER Bethel women and men at Kansas Wesleyan, 5 and 7 p.m. TENNIS Salfna South, Sallna Central at 1-70 League, Manhattan, 10 a.m. VOLLEYBALL Sallna Central at Hays, 5 p.m. Southeast of Saline at Belleville, 5 p.m. Sacred Heart at Hetlnglon, 4:30 p.m. Ell-Saline at Burrton, 4:30 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Bethany, e p.m. Texas A4M Missouri Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Baylor Iowa Stale Colorado Kansas 280 1710 427.5 378 2099 419.8 271 1581 3952 342 1966 393.2 360 1675 375.0 257 1385 348 2 266 1302 325.5 338 1588 317.8 247 1158 289.5 287 1231 248 2 Rushing Defense Cir Ydi Yde-pj Oklahoma State 134 278 55.6 Nebraska 135 287 71.8 Texas MM 156 349 87.3 Missouri 162 599 119.8 Texas Tech 146 493 123.3 Oklahoma 179 848 129.2 Colorado 178 815 153.8 Kansas 248 794 158.8 Kansas Stale 199 721 180.3 Baylor 184 690 222.5 Iowa Stale 238 1140 228.0 Texas 224 1063 265.8 Passing Defense Alt Cp Yds Tds Pts Kansas 106 49 535 1 80.42 Kansas St. 58 23 400 1 96.38 Texas ASM 116 64 662 1 97.33 Oklahoma St. 159 75 983 5 100.67 Oklahoma 167 95 1058 6 115.97 Missouri 142 70 1077 6 119.91 Texas 80 41 547 6 120.94 Nebraska 103 56 923 5 137.90 Texas Tech 131 75 697 11 137.90 Colorado 85 55 681 5 140.03 Baylor 114 67 652 8 142.95 Iowa St. 105 69 1014 10 174.45 Total Detente Plays Yds Yds-pg Oklahoma Slate 293 1261 252.2 Texas MM 272 1011 252.8 Kansas 354 1329 285.8 Kansas State 257 1121 280.3 Nebraska 238 1210 302.5 Colorado 263 1278 319.0 Missouri 304 1676 335.2 Oklahoma 346 1704 340.8 Texas Tech 277 1390 347.5 Texas 304 1810 402.5 Iowa State 343 2154 430.8 Baylor 298 1742 435.5 Junior varsity SACRED HEART 52, MARION 0 Marlon 0000—0 Sacred Heart (5-0) 22 14 8 8 — 52 Sacred Heart — Hebert (2) 5,25 runs; Campbell (2) 25,11 passes from Bechard; Sauber 2 run; Frank 16 run; Hamilton 61 run. PAT — Hebert 2 runs, Frank run, Hamilton run. SALINA CENTRAL 33, HAYS 8 Sallna Central 6 140 13 — 33 Hays 0080—6 Sallna Central —. Matthews 1 run; Miller 56 pass from O'Neill; Russell (2) 25, 58 passes from O'Neill; Norrls 67 fumble return. PAT — Lacs* 3 kicks. Hays — Gerslner 1 run. PAT — Maska run. Salvation Army YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIFTH GRADE Standings — Great Bend Falcons 5-0, Sallna Eagles 4-1, Sallna Cowboys 3-2, McPherson Chiefs 3-2, Sallna Redskins 2-3, Lamed Vikings 2-3, Great Bend Cardinals 1-4, Sallna Oilers 05. Last week's remits — Vikings 13, Oilers 0; Falcons 6, Cowboys 0; Eagles 20, Cardinals 6; Chlels 12, Redskins 0. Saturday'a games — Falcons at Cardinals, 10 a.m. (GB); Chiefs at Vikings, 10 a.m. (L); Oil- ers at Cowboys, 10 a.m. (SS); Eagles at Redskins, noon (SS). SIXTH GRADE Standings — Great Bend Cardinals 54, Sall- na Eagles 4-1, Sallna Cowboys 4-1, Great Bend Falcons 4-1, McPherson Chiefs 2-3, Lamed Vikings 1-4, Sallna Oilers 0-5, Sallna Redskins 0-5. Last week's results—Falcons 24, Vikings 6; Cardinals 14, Cowboys 0; Eagles 18, Redskins 0; Chlels 27, Oilers 20 (ol). Saturday's game* — Chlels at Cardinals, noon (GB); Eagles at Falcons, 2 p.m. (GB); Oil- ers at Cowboys, 2 p.m. (SS); Redskins at Vikings, noon (L). SEVENTH GRADE Standing* — Sallna Cowboys 5-0, Great Bend Falcons 4-1, Sallna Eagles 4-1, Sallna Redskins 3-2, Sallna Oilers 2-3, McPherson Rams 1-4, Great Bend Cardinals 1-4, McPherson Chiefs 0-5. Last week'* result* — Rams 6, Cardinals 0; Falcons 24, Chiefs 6; Cowboys 7, Oilers 0; Eagles 13, Redskins 6. Saturday'* Gsmes — Rams at Eagles, 10 a.m. (K); Chlels at Cowboys, noon (K); Cardinals at Oilers, 2 p.m. (K); Redskins at Falcons, 4 p.m. (GB). GB-Qrwl Bend Middle School; K-Stlln* Kenwood Field; L—Umed High School; M— McPhtrson Middle School; SS—Salln* South High School. MLB playoffs DIVISION SERIES American League Baltimore v*. Seattle Wednesday, Oct. 1 Baltimore 9, Seattle 3 Thursday, Oct. 2 Baltimore 9, Seattle 3 Saturday, Oct. 4 Seattle 4, Baltimore 2 Sunday, Oct. 5 Baltimore 3, Seattle 1, Baltimore wins series 31 Cleveland v*. New York Tuesday, Sept. 30 New York 6, Cleveland 6 Thureday, Oct. 2 Cleveland 7, New York 6 Saturday, Oct 4 New York 6, Cleveland 1 Sunday, Oct. S Cleveland 3, New York 2 Monday, Oct 6 Cleveland 4, New York 3. Cleveland wins series 3-2 National League Atlanta v». Houiton Tueaday, Sept 30 Atlanta 2, Houston 1 Wednesday, Oct 1 Atlanta 13, Houston 3 Friday, Oct 3 Atlanta 4, Houston 1, Atlanta wins series 3-0 San Franclaoo v*. Florida i Tueaday, Sept 30 Florida 2, San Francisco 1 Wedneaday, Oct 1 Florida 7, San Francisco 6 Friday, Oct. 3 Florida 6, San Francisco 2, Florida wins series 3-0 LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES American League (Fox) Wedneaday, Oct a Cleveland at Baltimore (Erickson 16-7). 7:13 p.m. Thursday, Oct 9 Cleveland at Baltimore (Key 16-10), 7:13 p.m. Saturday, Oct 11 Baltimore (Mussina 154) at Cleveland, 3:16 p.m. Sunday, Oct 12 Baltimore at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct 13 Baltimore at Cleveland, 7:11 p.m., K necessary Wedn**day, Oct 15 Cleveland at Baltimore, 3:16 p.m., K necessary Thunday, Oct K Cleveland at Baltimore, 7:15 p.m., H necessary National League (NBC) Tueaday, Oct 7 Florida (Brown 164) at Atlanta (Maddux 19-4), 7:07 p.m. Wedneaday, Oct 8 Florida (Fernandez 17-12) at Atlanta (Qlavlne 14-7), 3:07 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10 ' Atlanta (Smoltz 16-12) at Florida (Saunders (46), 7:07 p.m. Saturday, Oct 11 Atlanta (Neagle 204) at Florida (Brown 164), 6:37 p.m. Sunday, Oct 12 Atlanta at Florida, 3:07 p.m., If necessary Tuesday, Oct 14 Florida at Atlanta, 7:07 p.m., If necessary Wedneaday, Oct 15 Florida at Atlanta, 7:07 p.m., If necessary WORLD SERIES (NBC) Saturday, Oct. 18 American League champion at National League champion, 7:05 p.m. Sunday, Oct 19 AL at ML, 6:35 p.m. Tueaday, Oct 21 NLatAL, 7:20p.m. Wedneeday, Oct 22 NLatAL, 7:20 p.m. Thunday, Oct 23 NL at AL, 7:20 p.m., If necessary Saturday, Oct 25 AL at NL, 7 p.m., If necessary Sunday, Oct 28 AL at NL, 6:35 p.m., If necessary American League INDIANS 4, YANKEES 3 NEW YORK CLEVELAND ibrhbl sbrhbl Raines If 4110 Roberts If 3020 Jeterss 5 01 0 Giles If 1000 O'Neill rf 4120 Vlzquel ss 3110 Pose pr 0000 Rmlrez rf 4112 BeWms cf 4011 MaWm 3b 3011 TMrtnzlb 4000 Justicedh 4000 Slanleydh 4130 SAImrc 3110 Hayes3b 4020 Thome 1b 2000 Fox2b 0000 TFmdz2b 2001 Qlrardic 2000 Qrssomcf 3110 BoggsSb 2021 Snchez 2b 2000 Posada c 2000 Totals 373122 ToUll 28474 New York 000 021 000-3 Cleveland 003 100 MX—4 E—Ramirez (1), SAkvnar(l). DP—Cleveland 2. LOB-New York 10, Cleveland 4. 2B- O'Nelll (2), Stanley (1), Ramirez (1), SAIomar (1). SB—Raines 2 (2), Vizquel 2 (4). S— Vlzquel, Thome. SF—TFemandez. IP H RER SB SO New York Pettltte L.0-2 62-3 6 4 4 0 2 Nelson 1 10010 Stanton 1-300001 Cleveland JrWrightW,2-0 61-3 8 3 2 3 5 MJackson 2-31 000 1 Assenmacher 11-3 00000 MesaS,1 12-3 3 0 0 0 1 MJackson pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. Umpires-Home, Phillips; First, Roe; Second, McClelland; Third, Ford; Left, Kaiser; Right, Kosc. T-3:29. A-45,203 (43,863). Golf High school 1997 REGIONAL SITES Monday, October 13 CLASS 6-6A At Crest Bend Golden Belt CC - Buhler, Dodge City, Garden City, Great Bend, Hays, Hutchlnson, Maize, Newton, Wichita Carroll, Wichita Northwest. A1 Overland Park, SL Andrew* QC - Olathe East, BV North, BV Northwest, St Thomas Aquinas, SM East, SM Mlege, SM North, SM Northwest, SM South, SM West, BV SlUwell. At Sallna Municipal - Emporia, Lawrence High, Lawrence Free State, Manhattan, Olathe North, Olathe South, Sallna Central, Sallna South, Shawnee Heights, Topeka Seaman, Topeka Washbum Rural. At WlnfUld Country Club - Andover, Arkansas City, Pittsburg, Wichita East, Wichita Heights, Wichita Kapaun, Wichita North, Wichita Southeast. Wichita West, Winflekf. CLASS 4-3-2-1A At Owned Country Club - NE Arma, Columbia, Qardner-Edgtrlon, Anderson County, Ql- fard, KC Piper, Osage City, Oswtgo, Spring Hill, Unlonlown. At Medicine Lodge QC - Cheney, Fredonla, Holslngton, Kingman, Lyons, Medicine Lodge, Pratt, Wichita Collegiate, Wichita Independent. At Junction City, Rolling Meadow* - Santa Fe Trail, Clay Center, Council Grove, Jeff West, Perry-Lecompton, Rossvffle, Rock Creek, St. Marys, Topeka Hayden. At Ulysses, Bentwood QC - Colby, TMP- Marlan, Hotomb, Lakln. Lamed, Scott City, Syracuse, Ulysses, Trego. STATE TOURNAMENT SITES Monday, October 20 Class 6-5A - Wichita Sim Park QC. Class 4-3-2-1A - Holslngton Lake Barton QC. MANHATTAN INVITATIONAL At Stag Hill OoHCouree Par 72 Team eeora* Manhattan 351, Emporia 391, Clay Center 415, Sallna Central 439. Medalist* 1. Hamnwschrnkft, Man, 77; 2. Kltterman, Man, 85; 3. Nlevert, Man, 88; 4. Hammel, CC, 89; 5. Wiley, Emp, 93; 8. Thorton, Emp, 98; 7. Vandervert, Man, 99; 8. Frank, Man, 101; 9. Reed, CC, 103; 10. Williams, CC, 103; 11. Markham, Emp, 103; 12. Klckaefer, SC, 104; 13. Thompson, Emp, 104; 14. Marquardt, Emp, 105; 15. LaRue, SC, 107. Other Sallna Central scores — Bowman 129; Rathbun 118; Baldwin 112. At Manhattan Country Club Par 74 Team acorea Shawnee Heights 387; Manhattan 416; Washbum Rural 428; Sallna South 441; Hutchlnson 458. Medallat* Mitchell, SS, 89; 2. Selig, SH, 91; 3. Kruggel, SH, 94; 4. Pak, Man, 100; 5. Woodland, SH, 100; 6, Carpenter, Man, 101; 7, Matyak, SH, 101;8.Holden,SH,101;9. Young, WR, 101; 10. Deutsch, WR, 104; 11. Weems, SS, 108; 12. Westberg, Man, 107; 13. Boomer, Man, 109; 14. Peel, Hutch, 109; 16. Hill, WR, 109. Other Sallna South scons — Rhodenbaugh 117, Ramage 129, Graham 130, Lampe 150. Tennis High school 1(97 GIRLS REGIONAL SITES Monday, October 13 CLASS(A At Dodge City - Derby, Dodge City, Garden City, Hutchlnson, Wichita North, Wichita Northwest, Wichita South. At SM North - KC Washington, BV North, SM East, SM North, SM Northwest, SM South, SM Wesl, BV Slllwell. At Topeka - Lawrence, Leavenworth, Olathe East, Olathe North, Olathe South, Blue Valley Northwest, Topeka High. At Width* East - Emporia, Junction City, Manhattan, Topeka Washbum Rural, Wichita East, Wichita Heights, Wichita Southeast. CLASS5A At El Dorado - Andover, Coffeyvllle, El Dorado, Independence, Maize, Pittsburg, Valley Center. At Overland Park - Fort Scott, Lawrence Free State, St. Thomas Aquinas, SM Mlege, Shawnee Heights, Topeka Highland Park, Topeka Seaman, Topeka West. At Sillna - Buhler, Great Bend, Hays, McPherson, Newton, Sallna Central, Salina South. At WlntMd - Arkansas City, Goddard, Liberal, Wichita Carroll, Wichita Campus, Wichita Kapaun, WMeld. CLASS 4A At MiryivHI* - Atchlson, Bonner Springs, Clay Center, Hiawatha, Lansing, Marysvllle, Per- ry-Lecomplon, Sabelha, Topeka Hayden, Wamego. At Parsons - Labette County, Baldwin, Chanute, Columbus, DeSoto, Gardner-Edgerton, lola, Ottawa, Parsons. At Pratt - Chaparral, Hesston, Kingman, Larned. Nlckerson, Pratt, Circle, Ulysses, Wellington. At RuiMll - Abilene, Betoil, Chapman, Colby, Concordla, Ellsworth, Smoky Valley, Russell, Scott City. CLASS 3-2-1A At Clmarron - Ashland, Cimanon, Coldwater, Elllnwood, Greensburg, Meade, SL John, Tribune. At Hlllsboro - Wabaunsee, ML St. Scholastica, Belleville, Berean Academy, Hlllsboro, Immaculata, Neodesha, Wichita Collegiate, Wichita Independent. At Sterling - Qulvira Heights, Conway Springs, Central Christian, Hutchlnson Trinity, South Barber, Lyons, Sallna Sacred Heart, Sterling. At WaKeeney - Clallln, Holslngton, Ness City, Norton, Osbome, Phlllipsburg, Plainvllle, Victoria, Trego. STATE TOURNAMENT SITES October 17-18 Class 6A - At Hutchlnson Community College. Class 5A - At Newton High School Class 4A - At Topeka Kossover Tennis Center Class 3-2-1A - At Wichita Collegiate High School Volleyball Freshmen AT MINNEAPOLIS Sallna Central del. Minneapolis 15-9, 15-3; Sallna South def. Salina Central 11-15,15-13, 15-7; Sallna South del. Minneapolis 15-7,15-6. Heckey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPI* QF GA Washington 300 6 14 4 Philadelphia 210496 N.Y. Islanders 101362 Tampa Bay 111387 New Jersey 110267 Florida 1102 66 N.Y. Rangers 002244 North***! Division W L TPt* GF GA Montreal 101363 Buffalo Ottawa Pittsburgh Boston Carolina 1113 1113 1113 1102 0300 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Dtvtslon W L TPt* Detroit Phoenix SI Louis Dallas Chicago Toronto Cotorado Anaheim San Jose Vancouver Edmonton Los Angeles Calgary 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 020 020 Pfictffc Dfvwon 1 W L TPt* 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 012 020 Sunday'* Game* Buffalo 1, Tampa Bay 1, tie Phoenix 2, Philadelphia 1 Los Angeles 2, N.Y. Rangers 2, Ue Colorado 3, Edmonton 0 Monday'* Qime* No games scheduled Tueaday'a Game* Dallas at Buffalo, e p.m. Los Angeles at Carolina, 6:30 p.m. Boston at Colorado, 7 p.m. Toronto at Calgary, 7 p.m. Ottawa at San Jose, 8:30 p.m. Auto racing 6 8 8 9 10 11 10 6 7 11 OF QA 11 3 10 10 10 e 3 4 4 9 1 7 OF GA 9 3 5 5 6 7 5 5 7 14 10 11 2 7 NASCAR WINSTON CUP STANDINGS DAYTONA BEACH Ra. (AP) — The top 20 In the NASCAR Winston Cup point standings and money following the Oct. 5 UAW-GM 500: Point* I, Jeff Gordon, 4,258.2, Mark Martin, 4,133.3, Dale Jarrett, 4,061.4, Jeff Burton, 3,920.5, Dale Earnhardt, 3,713. 6, Terry Labonte, 3,611. 7, Bobby Labonte, 3,512. 8, Bill Elliott, 3,412. 9, Ted Musgrave, 3,192. 10, Jeremy Maydeld, 3,132. II, Johnny Benson, 3,129. 12, Ricky Rudd, 3,119. 13, Rusty Wallace, 3,103. 14, Ken Schrader, 3,075.15, Ernie Irvan, 3,054.16, Kyle Petty, 2,914. 17, Bobby Hamilton, 2,851. 18, Michael Wattrlp, 2,764. 19, Jimmy Spencer, 2,732.20, Ward Burton, 2,722. Money I, Jeff Gordon, $4,060,127. 2, Dale Jarrett, $2,227,647. 3, Ricky Rudd, $1,737,220. 4, Jeff Burton, $1,721,899. 5, Terry Labonte, $1,716,144.6, Mark Martin, $1,712,144.7, Bobby Labonte, $1,643,999. 8, Dale Earnhardt $1,499,344. 9; Emle Irvan, $1,342,484. 10, Rusty Wallace, $1,329,730. . II, Bill Elliott, $1,262,382.12, Sterling Martin, $1,147,925. 13, Bobby Hamilton, $1,131,470. 14, Ted Musgrave, $1,017,889. 15, Ricky Craven, $1,006,470. 16, Johnny Benson, $1,000,274. 17, John Andrew, $984,700. 18, Ken Schrader $962,119. 19, Steve Grissom, $934,359.20, Jimmy Spencer, $907,589. General Transactions /BASEBALL American League TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Announced RHP Luis Andujar and OF Jacob Brumlleld refused outright assignments to Syracuse of the International League In order to become Iree agents. National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Claimed RHP Jim Bruske off waivers from San Diego. MONTREAL EXPOS-Announced RHP Jim Bullinger and OF-1B Joe Orsulak refused outright assignments In order to become free agents. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Named Ed Creech director ol scouting and Marty MaJer special assistant to the general manager. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Announced OF Chris Jones refused an outright assignment to Las Vegas of the PCL In order to become a free agent Sent LHP Joey Long and RHP Brad Kaufman USA BASEBALL USA BASEBALL—Named Ron Polk coach of the 1998 national team. BASKETBALL Continental Baaketball Aeaoclatlon CBA—Named Todd DeMoss director of team operations. FOOTBALL National Football League PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Waived DT Andy Harmon. Canadian Football League SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS—Released RB Robert Mlmbs and LB Darnell Small. Added WR Travis Anderson and LB Ron Goetz lo the practice roster. HOCKEY National Hockey League MONTREAL CANADIENS-Asslgned F Jean- Francois Houle. F Scott King, G Martin VII- leneuve and F Russell Guzior to New Orleans of the ECHL OTTAWA SENATORS—Signed C Sliaun Van Allen to a mulltyear contract. WASHINGTON CAPITALS-Re-slgned D Sergei Gonchar. American Hockey League SYRACUSE CRUNCH-Announced that Washington ol the NHL recalled D Jason Mansoff and will reassign him to Portland of the AHL Released D Garrett Burnett. International Hockey League CHICAGO WOLVES—Assigned C Dave Paradise to Peoria of the ECHL CINCINNATI CYCLONES—Signed Ron Smith, coach and general manager, to a contract extension through the 1999-2000 season. UTAH GRIZZLJES-Released D Jeff DaCosla: Weetem Coatt Hockey League FRESNO FIGHTING FALCONS-Named Blalne Moore, player-coach. Signed D Steve Barnes, F Carlos Gastelum, F Clint Collins. Resigned Guy Gadowsky, coach and RW Craig Lyons, G Jeff Ferguson, D Greg Spenrath, C Craig Chapman, F Brad Haelzle and D Mark Kunlz. PHOENIX MUSTANGS—Signed D Darren Veiled and RW Trevor Converse. COLLEGE BIG EAST CONFERENCE-Named John Soffey coordinator of football officiating, effective at the beginning of the 1998 season. CLAYTON STATE—Named BUI Holleman women's soccer coach. GEORGIA SOUTHERN-Announced the resignation ol Tim Bemal, associate athletic director, effective Oct. 31. INDIANA STATE—Announced the resignation ol Larry Gallo, athletic director, to become senior associate athletic director at North Carolina. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Orioles get contributions from one, all ITeamwork has served Jaltimore well in its march to AL championship series 3y DAVID GINSBURG e Associated Press BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Ori- ales dispatched the Seattle Mariners in jjtheir AL division series by incorporating a concept not often associated with sball these days — teamwork. In a sport known for individual atness, the Orioles this season have rived with a all-for-one, one-for-all mentality. Baltimore has no viable candidate to win the league's most valuable player award; why, it's tough enough just trying to determine the team MVP. Cal Ripken? Why not? He played Bvery game in the regular season, hit 270 and drove in 84 runs. B.J. Surhoff M .284; shortstop Mike Bordick was sensational in the field; Rafael Palmeiro had 38 homers and 110 RBIs and Brady Anderson hit .288 despite playing hurt for much of the season. "Everybody's contributed. You can make a case for Cal, you can make a case for B.J., Bordick, Raffy, Brady. This is the kind of year that maybe it should be shared," manager Davey Johnson said. Randy Myers had 45 saves in the regular season and added another in the clincher Sunday, capping a 3-1 victory with a perfect inning of relief. Yet he's merely one of several relievers who has enjoyed a stellar season. "You could give it to the pitchers. We didn't get a career year from two or three guys. It's been more of a joint effort," Johnson said. And so it was against Seattle. Mike Mussina was the obvious hero, beating Mariners' ace Randy Johnson twice to give Baltimore the best-of-5 playoff, 3-1. But there were plenty of other stars, in- I eluding several players who weren't on the roster a year ago when the New York Yankees unceremoniously ousted the Orioles from the AL championship series. After that humbling defeat, the Orioles gutted the team that set a major- league record for home runs. General manager Pat Gillick shored up the starting rotation with Jimmy Key and added Bordick and Eric Davis. Gillick also signed reserve catcher Lenny Webster and utility infielder Jeff Reboulet. Not quite content with what he had wrought, Gillick worked a trade with Oakland in June to get Geronimo Berroa, then added Harold Baines to the mix via a trade with the Chicago White Sox. All seven of the those players had a significant role in getting Baltimore to the AL championship series for the second straight year. Reboulet, part of a mostly right-handed lineup designed specifically to beat Randy Johnson, started the offense Sunday by driving a 3-2 pitch into the left-field seats for a 1-0 lead. Despite starting the game with Palmeiro, Surhoff and Roberto Alomar in the dugout, the Orioles won anyway. "You win by receiving contributions from everybody on your 25-man roster," Ripken said. "Reboulet did that early in the year. It's not totally surprising." The Orioles are now in position to see if this year's blend of players is better than last season's group. In 1996, Baltimore ended a 12-year playoff drought, and now the franchise would like to take the next step—returning to the World Series. "Last year, when we got beat by the Yankees, it didn't sit well with a lot of people from ownership on down," Johnson said. "It didn't sit well with me or any of the players. From Day One the players have looked at this year to make amends." SPORTS DIGEST Author of consecutive no-hitters dead at 82 TAMPA, Fla. — Johnny Vander Meer, the Cincinnati Reds' pitcher who threw the only back-to-back no-hitters in major league history during an otherwise average career, died Monday at age 82. Vander Meer died of an abdominal aneurysm at his home, said his lawyer, Bob Carlton. Vander Meer wrote his name into baseball lore during a five- day span in which he earned his nickname, "Double No-Hit." The left-hander tossed his first no-hitter on June 11,1938, beating the Boston Braves 3-0. Four days later in ; i Brooklyn, he no-hit the Dodgers 6-0. ' The June 15 game was destined to be a footnote in any event, since it was the first night game: ever played at Ebbets Field. Vander Meer made ii; a historic occasion. . | The twin no-hitters made Vander Meer an in- . stant star, but his lifetime statistics were only or-; dinary. He pitched for Cincinnati from 1937-49, with two years out for military service during World War II. He finished with the Chicago Cubs; in 1950 and the Cleveland Indians in 1951. ' His career record was 119 victories and 121 1 losses with an earned run average of 3.44. , : In 1938, the year of the double no-hitters, he' ; was 15-10 with a 3.12 ERA. His best record came in 1942, when he was 18-12 with a 2.43 ERA. j VANDER ST. PAUL — Major League Baseball would at : low the Twins to leave Minnesota, Gov. Arne •' ! Carlson said after meeting Monday in Milwaukee; with acting commissioner Bud Selig. Carlson and; a group of legislators flew to Milwaukee to ask' Selig how Twins owner Carl Pohlad's deal to sell i the Twins to North Carolina businessman Don! Beaver would fare with team owners. "There w.ill: be permission for Carl Pohlad to leave if a stadi- ! urn is not built," Carlson said after a meeting : with Selig. Three-fourths of the American , i League's owners and half the owners in the Na- i tional League must approve a team sale and relo-; cation. But Selig indicated that might not be a ' i problem in this case. "For anybody to think in 1 j this day and age you can consign an owner to el- j ther uncompetitiveness or bankruptcy is sheer 1 | folly," Selig said at a Milwaukee news conference.! STARKVILLE, Miss. — Ron Polk was appoint- ; ed coach of the 1998 U.S. national baseball team i on Monday, nearly five months following his res-! ignation after 22 seasons at Mississippi State's ! coach. Polk, who said he resigned because of the i restrictions placed on college baseball by the NCAA, most recently worked as an assistant • ; coach for the 1996 Olympic team that won the < bronze medal. When he resigned he hinted that ', he could return to coaching, as long as it was hot! connected to the NCAA. Polk was the head coach; for the 1991 USA Pan American Team and was^ari assistant for the gold medal-winning Olympic "• \ team in Seoul. . \ CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A judge on Monday re- j fused to allow former Red Sox outfielder Wilfredq Cordero to travel to Puerto Rico to arrange to • j play winter baseball before his Oct. 20 trial on ! charges of assaulting and threatening to kill his ! wife. Cambridge District Judge Arthur Sherman ; denied Cordero's request without comment. i Cordero was arrested on June 11 after an early ; morning argument with his wife, Ana, that left ; her with bruises on her arms and neck and a .. < bloody nose. He was charged with assault and' I battery, assault and battery with a dangerous ! weapon, making a threat and violating a restraining order. The 25-year-old outfielder was released after posting $200 bail and agreeing to several > '. conditions, among them that he stay in the city ; except for Red Sox road games. " i Golf NEW YORK — Jim Colbert, the Senior PGA: ; Tour's player of the year the last two years who • underwent prostate cancer surgery in June, will '/ play his first competitive round in four months ' Tuesday in Bermuda. Colbert, who also had ; arthroscopic knee surgery five weeks ago, is one' of 24 men's, women's and senior players in the, ; Gillette Tour Challenge at the Mid Ocean Golf: ; Club. Colbert had his cancerous prostate re- : moved on June 23, one day after he tied for 17th ; in the Nationwide Championship near Atlanta, Colbert's first full tournament back will be the Kaanapali Classic on Maui, Hawaii next week. 1 " DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. — Lisa Hackney isithe LPGA's Rookie of the Year, after finishing in the ; top 10 of seven different tournaments. Hackney, 30, finished in the top 20 in 11 tournaments, and is 15th on the tour's money list with earnings of . ' $305,984. She did well in the majors, with fifth- : place ties at the Nabisco Dinah Shore and U.S. • Women's Open and a ninth-place tie at the du Maurier Classic. Her best finish was a second- place tie at the Safeway LPGA Golf Championship. Wrestling BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — An autopsy on the body of professional wrestler Brian Pillman was ; inconclusive Monday, and it could be days before further tests determine what caused his death. The 35-year-old wrestler known as "Flyin' Brian, and a : former linebacker with the Cincinnati Bengals was found dead Sunday afternoon in his motel room. It was the day after a wrestling match at the St. Paul; Civic Center. Authorities would not say if they suspected foul play. 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