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C2 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at Florida, NBC, cable 3,13, BOXIMQ 1 p.m. — Boxing, Purcefl Milter vs. Raul Fran* Michael Ward vs. Patrick Swann, ES- PN2, cable 39. QOLP Noon — PQA Qdt, Mfchetob Championship, ESPN, cable 39. 2 p.m. — Senior PQA Got!, The Transamerica, ESPN, cable 38. HORSE RACING 9 p.m. — Harness racing, American Championship Harness Series. ESPN2, cable 39. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA New England 4 1 0 .800 143 74 NY Jets 4 2 0 .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 600 1.000 190 85 Kansas City 4 2 0 .667 122 110 San Diego 3 3 0 .500 102 126 Seattle 3 3 0 .500 107 134 Oakland 2 4 0 .333 151 148 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pel PF PA Dallas 3 2 0 .600 124 75 Washington 3 2 0 .600 90 73 NY 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 .833 131 97 Green Bay 420 .667 144 126 Minnesota 4 2 0 .667 155 141 Detroit 3 3 0 .500 133 120 Chicago 0 6 0 .000 78 175 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 2 4 0 .333 101 139 Atlanta 0 5 0 .000 82 136 Sunday's games 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 York 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 al Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Open date — Baltimore, Denver, Kansas City. Oakland, San Diego, Seattle Monday's game Dallas at Washington, 8 p.m. College scores ', EAST i Syracuse 50, Rutgers 3 MIDWEST | Central Missouri 31, Missouri Southern 10 > Harrah's odds i RENO, Nev (AP) — Odds for this weekend's I college football and NFL games from Harrah's \ Reno Sports Casino: i COLLEGE ' Saturday ! FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG , at Michigan 24 Northwestern i at Virginia Tech 19 Boston College i at Navy 1 Air Force ! Florida State 35 at Duke : al Georgia Tech 5'A North Carolina State > at South Carolina 2 Kentucky | alPenn State 6Vi Ohio State | at Tennessee 10 Georgia i atClemson 6 Virginia i West Virginia. 9 at Maryland 1 at North Carolina 23 Wake Forest ' Michigan State 1814 at Indiana ! at Texas A&M 32 Iowa State i at Wisconsin 13 Illinois | al Kansas State OFF Missouri 1 atTulsa 13V4 Texas-EIPaso ' Colorado 3 at Oklahoma State ' Brigham Young 2'h at Rice I at Utah TA Southern Methodist . Tulane 2 at Louisville Washington 16'A at California : Texas 4 • Oklahoma-x j Southern Mississippi 10 at East Carolina i Notre Dame 11 at Pittsburgh ' UCLA 11'A a Oregon I at UNLV OFF Texas Christian ; at Arizona State 2V4 Southern California > Colorado State 22 at San Jose State Florida 15 at Louisiana Slate ', Nebraska 39 at Baylor , al Mississippi State 19 NE Louisiana i Purdue 6 at Minnesota i at Texas Tech 9 Kansas J at San Diego State 4 New Mexico i Stanford 3'A at Arizona •Fresno Stale 10 tt at Hawaii , at Brown 9 Princeton i al Cornell 1 Harvard ' al Bowling Green 4 Western Michigan 'Toledo 12 at Central Michigan 'at Auburn 23 Vi Louisiana Tech , al Oregon Slate OFF Utah Slate , at Nevada OFF • Wyoming I Vanderbilt 22 al Northern Illinois ' at Eastern Michigan 3 Ball State ' at Cincinnati 20 Ala.-Blrmlngham ' at Memphis 22 Arkansas State ; Miami, Ohio 22 al Kent , at Marshall 29 Akron 1 al Boise State 3 New Mexico State ' x-at Dallas i NFL Sunday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG ' Green Bay 12 al Chicago ai New England 9 Buffalo i al Jacksonville 3% Philadelphia ,• at NY Jets 3'A Miami ' at Tampa Bay 6 Detroit ' at Tennessee 2 Cincinnati at New Orleans 2 Atlanta at Minnesota 3'A Carolina i at San Francisco 14 Sllouls I at Arizona • 4V4 NY Giants I al Pittsburgh 11 Indianapolis Monday | Dallas 3 at Washington j College schedule 1 Friday, Oct. 10 EAST , Marlst (2-2) al St. John's, NY (3-1), 6:30 p.m. < Saturday, Oct. 11 EAST j Air Force (6-0) al Navy (2-2), 11 a.m. i Rhode Island (1-4) al Boston U. (0-4), Noon I Princeton (2-1) al Brown (3-0), Noon | Holy Cross (1 -3) at Columbia (1-2), Noon Harvard (2-1) al Cornell (1-2), Noon Richmond (4-1) at Delaware (4-1), Noon Duquesne (3-1) at Falriield (3-1), Noon Dartmouth (3-0) at Fordham (2-3), Noon Catholic (5-0) al U Salle (1-4), Noon Colgate (3-1) at Lafayette (1-4), Noon Penn (1-2) alLehlgh (1-3), Noon Connecticut (4-0) at Maine (2-3), Noon Hofglra (3-2) at New Hampshire (2-3), Noon lona (CM) at Siena (1-2), Noon Central Connecticut State (2-3) at St. Francis, Pa. (0-5), Noon Massachusetts (M) at Wanova (4-0), Noon BiKknefl (4-0) at Yale (0-2), Noon Georgetown, D.C. (3-1) at Canlslus (2-2). 12:30 p.m. Ohio State (5-0) al Penn Stale (4-0), 2:30 p.m. Notre Dame (1-4) at Pittsburgh (3-2), 2:30 p.m. Wagner (3-1) at St. Peter's (0-4), 3 p.m. SOUTH Wake Forest (2-3) at North Caroline. (5-0), 11 am. Boston College (2-3) al Virginia Tech (4-1), 11 a.m. Howard (1-3) vs. Bethune-Cookman (3-2) at Jacksonville, Fie., Noon Western Carolina (2-2) at Georgia Southern (4-1), Noon West Virginia (4-1) at Maryland (2-3), Noon Kentucky (3-2) at South Carolina (2-3), Noon Chattanooga (3-1) at Virginia Military (0-5), Noon James Madison (3-2) al William & Mary (4-2), Noon Appalachian State (2-2) at Furnian (2-2), 12:30 p.m. Wofford (1-2) at Morehead State (2-2), 12:30 p.m. Florida A&M (4-1) at North Carolina AST (3-1), 12:30 p.m. Norfolk State (2-3) at South Carolina State (40), 12:30 p.m. Louisiana Tech (4-1) al Auburn (5-0), 1 p.m. Citadel (2-3) at East Tennessee State (4-1), 1 p.m. Middle Tennessee (1-3) at Tennessee-Martin (0-5), 1 p.m. Davidson (2-2) al Washington & Lee (0-4), 1 p.m. Prairie View (0-4) at Atom State (2-4), 1:30 p.m. Mississippi Valley State (0-4) at Grambllng Slate (2-2), 1:30 p.m. Tulane (2-2) al Louisville (1-5), 2 p.m. Austin Peay (0-5) at Murray Stale (4-2), 2 p.m. Southern Mississippi (3-2) at East Carolina (13), 2:30 p.m. North Carolina State (3-2) at Georgia Tech (31), 2:30 p.m. Georgia (4-0) at Tennessee (3-1), 2:30 p.m. Samlord (2-3) at Central Florida (2-4), 3 p.m. SW Texas Stale (3-1) al Nlcholls State (3-2), 3 p.m. Virginia (2-2) al Clemson (3-2), 5 p.m. Florida Slate (4-0) at Duke (2-3), 6 p.m. South Florida (2-3) at Eton (3-2), 6 p.m. Florida (5-0) at Louisiana State (4-1), 6 p.m. Akron (1-4) at Marshall (4-1), 6 p.m. Arkansas State (1-4) al Memphis (1-4), 6 p.m. NE Louisiana (2-4) at Mississippi State (3-2), 6 p.m. Charleston Southern (1-4) at Newberry (1-5), 6 p.m. Eastern Kentucky (1 -3) at Tennessee Stale (1 4), 6 p.m. Sam Houston State (2-3) at Troy State (3-2), 6 p.m. Hampton (4-1) al Liberty (44), 6:30 p.m. NW Louisiana (2-2) at McNeese Stale (5-0), 7 p.m. North Alabama (3-2) al SW Louisiana (1-5), 7 p.m. MIDWEST Illinois (0-5) al Wisconsin (5-1), 11:20 a.m. Michigan State (4-0) at Indiana (1-4), 11:30 a.m. Missouri (3-2) al Kansas Stale (3-1), 11:30 a.m. Northwestern (2-4) at Michigan (4-0), 11:30 a.m. Toledo (4-0) at Central Michigan (2-4), Noon Buffalo (2-4) at Youngstown Slate (5-0), Noon Western Michigan (3-3) at Bowling Green (33), 1 p.m. Tennessee Tech (2-2) at SE Missouri (2-3), 1 p.m. Northern Iowa (3-2) at Western Illinois (4-1), 1 p.m. Dayton (5-0) at Drake (5-0), 1:30 p.m. Illinois State (2-4) at Southern Illinois (t-4), 1:30 p.m. Indiana State (2-3) at SW Missouri Stale (3-2), 1:30 p.m. Evansvllle (1-3) at Valparaiso (1-3), 1:30 p.m. Vanderbilt (2-3) al Northern Illinois (0-5), 3 p.m. Ball State (1-5) at Eastern Michigan (1-4), 5 p.m. Alabama-Birmingham (3-3) at Cincinnati (4-1), 6p.m. Miami, Ohio (4-1) at Kent (1-4), 6 p.m. Purdue (3-1) at Minnesota (2-3), 6 p.m. SOUTHWEST Iowa State (0-5) at Texas A&M (4-0), 1 p.m. Jacksonville State (1-4) at Stephen P. Austin (3-1), 2p.m. Texas-El Paso (1-4) at Tulsa (04), 2 p.m. Texas (2-2) vs. Oklahoma (2-3) at Dallas, 2:30 p.m. Nebraska (4-0) at Baylor (1-3), 6 p.m. Colorado (2-2) at Oklahoma State (5-0), 6 p.m. Kansas (4-1) al Texas Tech (2-2), 6:30 p.m. Texas Southern (2-3) at Arkansas-Pine Bluff (4-2), 7 p.m. Brigham Young (3-1) at Rice (3-2), 8 p.m. FAR WEST Southern Methodist (1-4) at Utah (3-2), 2 p.m. Southern California (2-2) al Arizona State (32), 2:30 p.m. Washington (3-1) at California (2-2), 2:30 p.m. Sacramento Stale (1-3) at Eastern Washing- Ion (4-1), 3 p.m. Montana (3-1) al Idaho State (04), 3 p.m. Wyoming (4-2) al Nevada (1-4), 3 p.m. Utah State (2-3) at Oregon State (2-2), 3 p.m. Texas Christian (0-4) at UNLV (2-3), 3 p.m. Cal Davis (3-2) at Idaho (3-2), 4 p.m. UCLA (3-2) al Oregon (3-2), 5:30 p.m. Colorado State (3-2) at San Jose State (04), 5:30 p.m. Montana State (3-1) al Northern Arizona (3-2), 6 p.m. New Mexico State (1-4) at Boise State (14), 8 p.m. Weber Slate (3-2) al Cal State Northrkjge (23), 8 p.m. Simon Fraser (1-3) at Cal Pofy-SLO (54), 8 p.m. St. Mary's, Cal. (2-3) at Portland Slate (14), 8 p.m. New Mexico (5-0) at San Diego State (14), 8 p.m. Butler (3-2) al San Diego (3-2), 9 p.m. Stanford (4-1) at Arizona (2-3), 9:15 p.m. Fresno State (2-3) al Hawaii (2-3), 12:05 a.m. High school TONIGHT'S AREA GAMES Abilene (2-3) at Marysville (4-1) Bazlne (1-4) at Grinnell (2-3) Belleville (4-1) at Ellsworth (2-3) Bennlngton (2-3) at Tescott (3-2) BV Randolph (3-2) alAxtell (4-1) Cheylin (3-2) at Golden Plains (0-5) Canton-Galva (4-1) at Moundridge (0-5) Centre (4-1) at Amoret, Mo. Chapman (2-3) at Colby (3-2) Chase (2-3) at Downs (14) Concordia (4-1) at SE Saline (3-2) Council Grove (3-2) at Chase County (3-2) Eastern Heights (4-1) al Tlpton (0-5) Ell-Saline (4-1) at Sedgwick (14) Ellis (4-1 )al Osbome (0-5) Hanover (14) at Balleyvllle (3-2) Hays (14) at Dodge City (2-3) Hemdon (4-1) at Arthur, Neb. Hlll8boro(3-2)alHalslead(1-4) Hope(5-0)atGoessel(1-4) Hoxle (2-3) at Oakley (3-2) Inman (3-2) at Peabody (H) Jennings (1-3) at Hlldrelh, Neb. Junction City (4-1) at Salina South (3-2) Lincoln (14) al Minneapolis (14) Linn (4-1) at Merest (14) Lucas-Luray (4-1) al Waconda East (5-0) Marion (6-0) at Remington (14) McPherson (2-3) at Newton (2-3) Meade(2-3)atQulnler(0-5) Midway Denton (5-0) al Bern (4-t) Mpriand (0-5) al Kensington (3-2) Naloma (0-5) at Lenora (0-3) North Central (0-5) at Pike Valley (4-1) Northern Valley (4-1) vs. Healy-UUca (14) al Haaly Oberlln (0-5) at Atwood (4-1) Onaga (3-2) at Valley Heights (2-3) Palco (3-2) at Logan (3-1) Phllllpsburg (2-3) at Hill City (4-1) Today's schedule FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10 FOOTBALL Ell-Saline at Sedgwick, 7 p.m. Junction City at Sallna South, 7 p.m. SJ Military at Solomon, 7 p.m. Sallna Central at Manhattan, 7 p.m. Sallna Sacred Heart at Herington, 7 p.m. Concordla at SE Saline, 7:30 p.m. Sallna Emmanuel Christian at Jewell, 7:30 p.m. Plalnville (0-5) at Norton (3-2) Pratt (3-2) at TMP-Marian (2-3) OuMra Heights (4-1) at Cunningham (0-5) Ransom (3-2) at Brewster (2-3) Russell (0-5) at Beloit (3-2) St. Francis (5-0) at Dundy County, Neb. SJ Beloit (2-3) at White Rock (0-5) SJ Military (1-4) at Solomon (2-3) St. Marys Academy (1-4) at Hope (5-0) Sallna Central (5-0) at Manhattan (5-0) Sallna Emmanuel Christian (0-4) al Jewell (23) Sallna Sacred Heart (1-4) at Herington (3-2) Satanta (4-1) at Tribune (3-2) Smith Center (5-0) at Stockton (2-3) Smoky Valley (5-0) at Elllnwood (0-5) Southern Cloud (1-4) at Mankalo (54) Superior, Neb. at Cltflon-Clyde (1-4) Sylvan (5-0) at Wilson (5-0) Topeka West (2-3) at Topeka High (1-4) Triplalns (54) at Sharon Springs (5-0) Victoria (2-3) at Trego (3-2) Wamego (4-1) at Clay Center (1-4) Washington (1-3) at Centralla (54) Waverty (2-3) al Frankfort (4-1) White City (1-4) at Wakefleld (0-4) Freshmen HAYS 25, SALINA SOUTH 22 Sallna South (4-2) 0 14 6 0-22 Hays 13 0 6 6-25 Sallna South — McGrew 2 run; Phetteplace 7 run; Russell 1 run. PAT — McGrew pass from Russell, run. Hays — Scoring not available. Junior high ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 32 JUNCTION CITY 8 Junction City 0008—8 Roosevelt-Uncoln 12 7 13 0 — 32 Junction City — Scoring not available. Roosevelt-Lincoln — Elsea (4) 36,si 5,6 runs; Payne 50 pass from Huseman. PAT — Barnes 2 kicks. SE SALINE 22, DELPHOS 14 SE Saline (54) 6 8 0 8 - 22 Delphos (4-2) 8006-14 SE Saline — Schwatz (2) 55,5 runs; Koteow 45 run. PAT—Schwarz run; Hartman run. Delphos—Wedel 65 pass from Comfort; Wallace 45 pass from Comfort, PAT — Wallace pass from Comfort 7th grade — Delphos 16, SE Saline 12. SACRED HEART 16 CLIFTON-CLYDE 8 Sacred Heart (1-5) 0 8 8 0-16 Clifton-Clyde 0080-8 Sacred Heart — Ryan 2 run; Bonllla 2 run. PAT —Herbal 2 runs. Clifton-Clyde — Long 70 kickoff return. PAT — Provost run. 7th grade — Sacred Heart 6, Clifton-Clyde 6. MLB playoffs LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE Wednesday's result Baltimore 3, Cleveland 0 Thursday'* result Cleveland 5, Baltimore 4, series tied 1-1 Saturday, Oct. 11 Baltimore (Mussina 15-8) at Cleveland (Her- shlser 14-6), 3:15 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12 Baltimore (Erlckson 16-7) al Cleveland (Wright 8-3), 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13 Baltimore at Cleveland, 7:11 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15 Cleveland al Baltimore, 3:15 p.m., If necessary Thursday, Oct. 16 Cleveland at Baltimore, 7:15 p.m., If necessary NATIONAL LEAGUE Tuesday's result Florida 5, Atlanta 3 Wednesday's result Atlanta 7, .Florida 1, series tied M Friday, Oct. 10 Atlanta (Smoltz 15-12) at Florida (Saunders 46), 7;07 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 Atlanta (Neagle 20-5) at Florida (Brown 16-8), 6:37 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12 Atlanta at Florida, 3:07 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14 Florida al Atlanta, 7:07 p.m., If necessary Wednesday, Oct. 15 Florida at Atlanta, 7:07 p.m., if necessary American League INDIANS 5, ORIOLES 4 CLEVELAND BALTIMORE ebrhbl abrhbl Roberts II 5 o'O 0 ByAdsncf 4000 GilesII 0000 RAImr2b 5000 Vizquel ss 3100 EDavIs ri 5010 Rmlrezrt 4112 RPmrolb 4120 MaWmSb 5010 Surhofftf 3110 Justicedh 2010 CRIpkn3b 4222 Bmsondh 2000 Balnea dh 3010 SAImrc 3100 Benoadh 1000 TFmdzZb 2000 Holiesc 3000 Seltzer 1b 2000 Bordlckss 3012 Thorns 1b 0100 Hmndsph 0000 Grssomcf 4133 Totals 32 5 6 5 Totals 35 4 8 4 Cleveland 200 000 030-5 Baltimore 020 002 000-4 E—Roberts (1), Ramirez (1), TFemandez (1), RAIomar (1). DP—Cleveland 1, Baltimore 1. LOB—Cleveland 9, Baltimore 8. 28— RPalmeiro (I). HR—Ramirez (1), Qrissom (t), CRIpken (1). SB—MaWllllams (1), Qrissom (I). IP H HER BB SO Cleveland Nagy 52-3 8 4 4 2 1 Mornian 2-300000 Juden 1-300000 AsnmcW,1-0 2-300012 MJackson 2-300001 MesaS.1 1 00011 Baltimore Key 452224 Kamienleckl 3 00011 ABenHez L.0-1 1 13323 Mills 1 00012 HBP—by Key (TFemandez), by Key (Justice), by Key (Vizquel). Umpires—Home, Joyce; First, Hlrschbeck; Second, Merrill; Third, McCoy; Left, Rellly; Right, Brinkman. T—3:53. A-49,13) (48,262). Seasons Oct. 10 1904 — Boston clinched the pennant on the last day of the season, beating the New York Highlanders 3-2 when the winning run scored from third on a wild pitch by Jack Chesbro. 1920 — The Cleveland Indians beat the Brooklyn Dodgers 8-1 In the fifth game of the World Series. Elmer Smith hit the first Series grand slam and Jim Bagby, the winner, hit the first Series homer by a pitcher. 1824 — The Washington Senators won their only championship by defeating the Giants 4-3 In 12 innings. The winning run scored when a ball hit by Earl McNeely bounced over third baseman Fred LJndgtrom's head. 1826—Qiover Alexander, 3d, saved Game 7 and the World Series lor the St. Louis Cardinals, striking out Tony Lazzeri with the bases loaded In the seventh Inning and pitching 2 VS hllless Innings. 1957 — Lew Burdette's third victory of the World Series, a 5-0 decision over the New York Yankees, gave the Milwaukee Braves the championship. 1968 — Mickey Lolich won the World Series for the Detroit Tigers by defeating Bob Gibson and the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 In Game 7. II was Lollch's third win and came after the Tigers had lost three of the first lour games. 1980 — Kansas City's George Brett hit an upper deck three-run homer off relief ace Goose Gossage to give the Kansas City Royals a 4-2 victory and a three-game sweep of New York Yankees In the ALCS. 1987 — Jeffrey Leonard homered for the fourth straight game as the San Francisco Giants beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2, tying the NLCS al two games apiece. 1990 — The Oakland Athletics swept the Boston Red Sox for the American League pennant and their third straight trip to Ihe World Series with a 3-1 victory. MVP Dave Stewart won for the eighth straight lime In head-to-head matchups with Roger Clemens, who was ejected In the second Inning for arguing balls and strikes with umpire Terry Cooney. Today'i birthdays — Marc Newfield 25; Mike Holtz 25. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPts GF Washington 410 8 22' Philadelphia 320 6 13 Tampa Bay 211 5 12 New Jersey 21049 NY Rangers 00448 NY Islanders 11138 Florida 11026 Northeast Division W L TPts OF Montreal 201 5 9 Ottawa 211 59 Buffalo 221513 Boston 220 4 12 Pittsburgh 131 3 11 Carolina 031 1 10 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPts GF Detroit 300 6 14 St. Louis 310 6 13 Phoenix 220 4 12 Dallas 12138 Toronto 12023 Chicago 03005 Pacific Division W L TPts GF Colorado 401 9 15 Edmonton 121 3 10 Los Angeles 023 3 15 Anaheim 11025 Vancouver 11025 San Jose 1302 6 Calgary 03114 Wednesday's results Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 0 Washington 6, NY Islanders 3 New Jersey'4, Philadelphia 1 Detroit 3, Dallas 1 NY Rangers 3, Edmonton 3, tie Boston 3, Phoenix 2, OT Thursday's results Buffalo 5, Washington 2 Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 1 Tampa Bay 4, Chicago 1 St. Louts 3, Los Angeles 2, OT Colorado 3, San Jose 2 NY Rangers 1, Calgary 1, tie Toronto at Vancouver (n) Friday's games New Jersey at Carolina, 6:30 p.m. Tampa Bay al Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Ottawa at Anaheim, 9:30 p.m. Boxing Fight schedule Oct. 10 At Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel, Morton, Minn. (ESPN2), Purcell Miller, Washington, D.C., vs. Raul Frank, 12, for Ihe vacant USBA welterweight title; Michael Ward, Fort Washington, Md., vs. Patrick Swann, Irving, Texas, 10, mlddlewelghts. Oct. 11 At Earllnger, Ky. Michael Dokes, Las Vegas, vs. Rocky Phillips, Dayton, Ohio, 10, heavyweights. Oct. 14 At Bank of America Centre, Boise, Idaho (USA), Kenny Keene, Emmett, Idaho, vs. James Toney, Ann Arbor, Mich., 12, for Keene's ISA crulserwelght title; Royd Mayweather, Us Vegas, vs. Felipe Garcia, Mexico, 8, super featherweights. Oct. 17 At Foxwoods Resort Casino, Ledyard, Conn. (HBO), Ike Ouartey, Ghana, vs. Jose Luis Lopez, Mexico, 12, for Quarters WBA welterweight title; Pemell Whltaker, Virginia Beach, Va., vs. Andrei Pestriaev, Russia, 10, wetter- weights. Oct. 20 At Great Western Forum, Inglewood, Calif., Leonardo Mas, Puerto Rico, vs. Larry Dlxon, San Diego, 10, welterweights. Oct. 24 At Atlantic City, N.J. (ESPN2), Willie Monroe, Rochester, N.Y., vs. Antolne Byrd, Cleveland, 12, for Ihe vacant USBA super middleweight title. Oct. 25 At Plaza De Toros Bull Ring, Mexico City (SHO-PPV), Julio Cesar Chavez, Mexico, vs. Miguel Angel Gonzalez, Mexico, 12, lor the vacant WBC super lightweight title; Ricardo Lopez, Mexico, vs. Rosendo Alvarez, Nicaragua, 12, lor Lopez's WBC-WBO and Alvarez WBA strawwelght titles; Keith Holmes, Washington, vs. Paul Vaden, San Diego, 12, for Holmes' WBC middleweight title. Oct. 28 At The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia, Joseph Kl- wanuka, Las Vegas, vs. Thomas Tale, Houston, 12, tor Kiwanuka's NABF super middleweight title; Jemial Corbin, Philadelphia, vs. Mike Grilfilh, Cleveland, 10, junior welterweights. Oct. 30 Al Washington (D.C.) Hilton Hotel Towers, Denell Coley, Capitol Heights, Md., vs. Romallls Ellis, Atlanta, 12, for the vacant NABF welterweight title. Nov. 8 At Mirage, Las Vegas (SHO-PPV), Evander Holyfield, Atlanta, vs. Michael Moorer, Detroit, 12, lor Horylleld's WBA and Moorert IBF heavyweight titles. Nov. 20 At Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles (DIRECTV), Genaro Hernandez, East Los Angeles, Calif., vs. Carlos Hernandez, Bellllower, Calif., 12, for G.Hernandez's WBC super featherweight title; Jeanelte Wide, Germany, Lucia Rljker, Los Angeles, 10, lor the vacant women's IBF super lightweight title. Nov. 21 Al TEA (ESPN2), Reggie Green, Tuxedo, Md., vs. Mickey Ward, Lowell, Mass., 12. NABF super lightweight title. Dec. 6 At Convention Hall on the Boardwalk, Atlantic City, N.J., Oscar De La Hoys, East Los Angeles, Calif., vs. Wilfredo Rivera, Puerto Rico. 12, for De U Hoya's WBC welterweight tide; Terry Nor- rls, San Diego, vs. Keith Mullings, Brooklyn, N.Y., 12, for Norrls' WBC super welterweight title; Raul Marquez, Houston, vs. Yory Boy Campas, Mexico, 12, for Marquez's IBF junior middleweight We. Goll PGA scores WIUIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) - Scores Thursday after the first round of the $1.55 million Michel* Championship, played on the 6,797-yard, par 36-35—71 Klngsmlll Resort River Course: Duffy Waldorf 30-33-63 Brad Bryant 31-33-64 Greg Kraft 34-31—65 Kirk Triplet! 33-33-66 Scott Gump 33-33—66 Lennle Clements 30-36-46 Brett Qulgley 32-34-66 Neal Lancaster 33-34-67 Fred Couples 34-33-67 David Duval 34-33—67 Tommy Armour III 33-34—67 Curtis Strange 35-32-67 Gary Hallberg 33-34—67 Michael Christie 35-32—67 Bradley Hughes 34-33-67 Joey Slndeler 34-34—66 Jay Don Blake 34-34—€8 Dave Stockton 35-33—68 Tom Byrum 34-34-68 Jeff Sluman 36-32—68 Michael Bradley 34-34—68 Justin Leonard 34-34—66 Chris Perry 35-33-68 David Sutherland 36-32—68 John Wilson 33-35-68 Skip Kendall 34-34-68 Olin Browne 32-36—68 Steve Lowery 35-33—68 Payne Stewart 34-34—68 Phil Blackmar 35-33—68 David Toms 35-33-68 Chris Smith 36-32—68 J.P. Hayes 34-34-68 Kelly Gibson 33-36—69 Jim McGovem 35-34-69 Fred Funk 35-34—69 John Cook 35-34—69 Billy Andrade 34-35—69 Grant Walte 33-36—69 Phil Tataurangl 34-35—69 Craig Bowden 34-35—69 Mike Reid 33-36-69 Glen Day 36-33-69 MarkWIebe 36-33—69 Mike Donald 35-34-69 Jim Gallagher 34-35—69 P.H. Horgan III 34-35—69 Scott Simpson 34-35—69 Frank UcklHer . 36-33-69 Jay Delslng 36-34—70 John Huston Scott Hoch Loren Roberts Fuzzy Zoeller John Morse Lanny Wadklns Joe Durant Dave Rummells Roger Maltble Paul Claxton Jim Carter John Maginnes TedTryba Willie Wood Paul Goydos Tom Sleckmann Marco Dawson Blalne McCallister Russ Cochran Donnie Hammond Mike Brisky Doug Barron Jonathan Kaye Brad Fabel Emlyn Aubrey John Adams Robert Damron David Frost Sonny Skinner Todd Demsey Eric Johnson David Berganlo Shane Bertsch Jeff Hart Kevin Sutherland Doug Martin Lee Rinker . Brandel Chamblee Billy Mayfalr David Ogrin Stewart Clnk Dicky Pride Billy Ray Brown Corey Pavln Taylor Smith Jimmy Green Kevin Burton Jack O'Keefe Steve Ford Pete Jordan Wayne Lev! Tom Kite Tim Herron Woody Austin Lee Janzen Scott McCarron Brent Gelberfler Dan Forsman Larry Mlze Steve Hart Spike McRoy Anthony Rodriguez Hal Sutlon Peter Jacobsen Kenny Perry Bob Estes Steve Pate Joel Edwards Mike Hulbert Brad Sutteriield Rafael Alarcon David Mathls David Peoples Gene Sauers Clarence Rose Tom Purtzer Len Matliace Mike Standly Larry Rinker Brian Claar Ed Flori Sandy Lyle Jack Skilling Roy Hunter Allen Doyle . Lee Porter John Stone Hugh Royer Stuart Appleby John Mahaffey Bob Wolcott Chip Sullivan Tom Pernice Jr. Ed Dougherty Mart Camevale Chip Beck Omar Urestl Ronnie Black Darrell Keslnm Scott Dunlap Mark Brooks Jay Haas Jerry Kelly Troy Ferris Hldekl Kase Larry Sllvelra 37-33—70 35-35—70 38-34—70 34-36—70 35-35—70 34-36-70 34-36-70 35-35—70 35-35—70 36-34—70 36-35—71 37.34—71 35-36—71 36-35-71 35-36—71 37-34—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 34-37—71 32-39—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 36-35—71 37-34—71 35-36—71 35-36—71 38-33—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 37-34—71 35-36—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 36-35—71 36-36-72 36-36—72 35-37—72 33-39—72 35-37—72 35-37—72 36-36-72 36-36—72 37-35—72 37-35—72 37-35—72 37-35—72 38-34—72 36-36—72 40-32—72 38-34—72 37-35—72 36-36—72 36-36—72 37-35—72 37-35—72 36-36—72 34-38—72 36-36-72 36-34—72 35-37—72 37-35—72 35-37—72 36-37—73 33-40—73 34-39—73 38-35—73 37-36-73 37-36—73 39-34—73 39-34—73 35-38—73 35-38—73 36-37—73 36-37—73 37-36-73 39-34—73 38-35—73 36-37—73 38-36—74 36-38—74 37-37—74 36-38—74 39-35—74 39-35—74 38-36—74 39-35—74 36-38—74 36-38—74 36-38-74 36-38—74 38-36-74 36-38—74 37-37—74 39-36—75 38-37—75 37-38—75 37-38—75 39-36—75 38-37—75 38-38—76 39-37—76 37-39—76 38-39—77 39-38-77 40-42—82 39-43—62 World Match Play VIRGINIA WATER, England (AP) — Results Thursday ol the $1.04 million World Match Play Championship, played on the Wenlworth Club's 6,957-yard, par-72 West Course: First round (36 hole*) Ian Woosnam, Wales, del. Jesper Parnevik, Denmark, 4 and 3. Frank Nobilo, New Zealand, del. Phil Mickel- son, United States, 38 holes. Brad Faxon. United Slates, del. Darren Clarke. Northern Ireland, 2 and 1. Vijay Singh, Fiji. del. Tsukasa Walanabe, Japan, 4 and 3. Quarterfinal pairing* Woosnam vs Emle Els, South Africa. Nobilo vs. Nick Price, Zimbabwe. Faxon Colin Montgomerie, Scotland. Singh vs. Steve Elklngton, Australia. Cross country High school PHILLIPSBURG INVITATIONAL BOYS Team (cores Philflpsburg 26, Hill City 39, Downs 74. Top 10 Individuals 1. Augustine, HC, 18:01; 2. Hesketl, Tlpton, 18:11; 3. Kendall, P, 16:15; 4. Long, HC, 18:32; 5. Basgall, Hemdon, 18:36; 6. Wagner, P, 18:37; 7. Cunningham, P, 16:58; 8. Relnert, D, 18:59; 9. Wood, P, 19:09; 10. Jessup, P, 19:15. GIRLS Team scores Downs 26, Sylvan 32. Top 10 Individuals 1. Markley, S, 13:55; .2. Shearer, Naloma, 14:13; 3. Eck, Osbome, 14:19; 4. Zamrzla, S. 14:25; 5. Bradley, D, 14:29; 6. Grauer, D, 14:30: 7. Poltberg, D, 15:26; 8. Slipke, D, 15:36; 9. Crawford, HC, 15:48; 10. Kralfl, P, 16:01. Volleyball State college AT NORTH NEWTON Bethany del. Bethel, 15-8, 2-15, 3-15, 15-6, 15-11 AT HILLSBORO Friends del. Tabor, 15-9,7-15,15-12,15-13 AT SALINA Sterling del. Kansas Wesleyan, 15-10, 15-6; 14-16,154 High school AT MANHATTAN Wamego del. Hays, 15-5, 16-16, 15-5; Wamego del. Salina South, 15-10, 15-13; Wamego del. Manhattan, 15-11,15-5; Manhattan del. Sallna South, 7-15,15-2,16-14; Salina South del. Hays, 15-10,7-15,15-9 AT CONCORDIA Concordia del. Clay Center, 15-7,15-5; Concordia del. Clay Center, 154,16-14 Junior high AT SALINA A team — Salina South del. Hutchlnson Liberty, 15-6,15-10; Manhattan del. Sallna South, 15-8,15-9; Sallna South del. Concordla, 15-12, 15-8. B team — Sallna South del. Hutchlnson Liberty, 16-14, 15-5; Manhattan del. Sallna South, 154,15-6 AT JUNCTION CITY A team — Junction City del. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 10-15, 154,15-7. B team — Roosevelt- Lincoln del. Junction City, 15-11,16-14. C team. — Roosevelt-Lincoln del. Junction City, 15-10, 154 Soccer State men KANSAS WESLEYAN 3 HASTINGS, NEB. 0 Hastings 00-0 Kansas Wesleyan 21-3 Kansas Wesleyan — Mike Dibbini (Murad Dibbini), 16lh minute; Chaney, 29th; Chaney (J.Ranleri), 92nd. •Shots on goal — H 1-2—3; KW 6-4—10. Saves — H 2-5-8; KW 2-2—4. State women HASTINGS, NEB. 3 KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 Hastings ' 30-3 Kansas Wesleyan 00-0. Hastings — Janousek; Becker (Chamberlain); Deas (Chamberlain). Shots on goal — H 9-10—19; KW 3-4—7. Saves — H 3-3-«; KW 3-9—12. General AP sportlight Oct. 10 1964 — John Henry Johnson of Pittsburgh rushes for 200 yards to lead the Steelers to a 237 victory over the Cleveland Browns. 1974 — Danny Gare of Buffalo scores 18 seconds Into his first NHL game as the Sabres beat the Boston Bruins 9-5. 1979 — Quebec's Real Cloutler scores three goals In his first NHL game', but the Nordlques lose 5-3 to the Atlanta Flames. 1981 — Southern California's Marcus Allen rushes for 211 yards, his filth straight 200-plus rushing game, In a 13-10 loss to Arizona. 1987 — Columbia sets an NCAA record with Its 35th straight loss, 38-8 to Princeton. Transactions BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM ANGELS—Announced INF Craig Grebeck and LHP Greg Cadaret have cleared waivers and elected to become free agents. Activated RHP Mark Gublcza and INF Randy Velarde from the 60-day disabled list. MINNESOTA TWINS—Acquired RHP Joe Mays and RHP Jeromy Palkl from the Seattle Mariners to complete the trade for OF Roberto Kelly. NEW YORK YANKEES—Declined to exercise their 1998 option on OF Tim Raines. National League ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Announced they will not renew Ihe contracts of Gene Glesel- mann, trainer, and Mike Gibbons, strength and conditioning coach. Named Stan London senior medical advisor. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association DETROIT PISTONS—Waived G Randolph Childress. NEW JERSEY NETS—Waived G Kent Culuko and F Jimmy Carruth. SEATTLE SUPERSONICS—signed G Greg Anthony to a one-year contract. FOOTBALL National Football League ST. LOUIS RAMS—Placed C Bern Brostekon the Injured reserve list. Activated PR David Thompson from Ihe practice squad. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Slgn$d x P Sean Landeta. Placed P Tommy Barnha'rdt on the Injured reserve list. • WASHINGTON REDSKINS-Signed DT Don Sasa. HOCKEY National Hockey League ~i ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS—Returned C Matt Cullen and D Ruslan Salel to Cincinnati of the AHL BUFFALO SABRES—Recalled C Scott Nlchol from Rochester of the AHL. DALLAS STARS-Slgned D Derian Hatcher. Assigned F Patrick Cote to Michigan ol IHL. MONTREAL CANADIENS—Returned LW Terry Ryan lo Fredericlon ol Ihe AHL. NASHVILLE—Named Gerry Helper communications director. SAN JOSE SHARKS—Assigned RW Todd Ewen to Kentucky of Ihe AHL. VANCOUVER CANUCKS—Re-signed D Bret Hedtean. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Assigned G Marin Brochu and LW Todd Krygler lo Portland ol Ihe AHL. TONIGHT'S SALINE COUNTY PREVIEW Junction City (4-1) at South (3-2) i South's chances to earn a share of the I-70 [League title ended with last week's loss to [ Manhattan. The Cougars need a victory in their t league finale tonight to guarantee un upper-dl| vision finish. j The Blue Jays may still be tired after last i week's 50-42 double-overtime victory over | Topeka High. Junction City has given up 40 i points or more in its last two game, suffering its ! lone loss, 40-0 against Salina Central. Ell-Saline (4-1) at Sedgwick (1*4) After back-to-back lopsided victories ov over Heart of America opponents, Ell-Saline will again be heavily favored to improve to 3-0 in league play. Much like Peabody last week, Sedgwick's only victory this season has come against Udall. The Cardinals have been outscored 190-14 in their four losses. Concordia (4-1) at SE Saline (3*2) This game has no league ramifications but will give both teams a solid test prior to the start of district play.The Trojans have won three consecutive games after an 0-2 start and had one of their best all-around performances in i last week's 44-0 victory over Ellsworth. Concordia has done well against NCAA opponents this season, with wins over Belleville, Beloit and Minneapolis — Southeast's three district opponents. The Panthers' lone loss was a seven-point decision against Wamego. Sacred Heart (1-4) at Herington Sacred Heart scored 23 points in the fourth quarter of its lone victory this season over Remington, but the Knights have not scored since. They look to break their string of eight consecutive scoreless quarters in their Cottonwood Valley League finale tonight. A victory would give the defending CVL champs a 2-3 league record and guarantee a fourth-place finish. Herington's two losses have both come in league play to Chase County and Council Grove. St. John's (1-4) at Solomon (2-3) St. John's continues to look for its first league victory, traveling to Solomon where the Gorillas hope to snap a three-game losing streak. St. John's senior Steve Marcy continues to put up Impressive numbers with 789 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns this season, averaging 7.1 yards a carry. SPORTS DIGEST V^_ Wesleyan soccer shuts out Hastings By The Journal Staff Sophomore forward Mark Chaney scored two goals and Kansas Wesleyan defense did the reSt^ as the Coyotes defeated Hastings, Neb., 3-0 in;a": non-conference soccer game Thursday night at Martin Stadium. The victory raises Wesleyan's record to 9-4-'"" overall. Mike Dibbini gave Wesleyan a 1-0 lead with a ' goal in the 16th minute on an assist from his ^ , brother, Murad. ';""• Chaney gave Wesleyan a 2-0 halftime lead by scoring an unassisted goal in the 29th minute.'.,'." Chaney's second goal in the 92nd minute on an';" assist from Jim Ranieri capped the scoring. ' — ' "We didn't play with as much emotion as we " needed," Wesleyan coach Brian Berner said. "We did not play well the first 15 minutes of the game. We told them they needed to slow down and wfcrk the ball. Within a minute we had our first goal. 1 "It was nice to see Mark get a couple of goals* '• We need him to step up and score for us. The first goal he bent around the keeper. The second w^ife • on a nice throw-in from Jimmy." Wesleyan outshot Hastings 10-3. Hastings won the women's game 3-0, droppih^' Wesleyan to 3-10 on the season. V""" Baseball BALTIMORE — The players' association cast-.*-, another cloud over realignment, saying Thursday it was unlikely to approve any plan that would, .-/, shift the AL West Coast teams to the National-,,.-, League. Owners have set an Oct. 15 deadline to.de- cide realignment, but several have said the date i, almost definitely will be pushed back. Most plans' under consideration would shift Anaheim, Oak- _, land and Seattle to the NL. Teams contend realignment doesn't need players' approval, but union' head Donald Fehr said players effectively have veto power because of their ability kill interleaguer. play after the 1998 season. .•:«.Basketball ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A law firm hired by the^ University of Michigan to investigate its men's'';-* basketball program found only three minor NCAA violations, the school said Thursday without riffe 1 * 1 - ing a vote of confidence for coach Steve Fisher:""" But a partner with the law firm behind the sevtfh* month investigation cautioned that the university's differentiation of major and minor was open" to interpretation. The 250-page report has been forwarded to the NCAA,, which can accept the find-' ; ings or pursue its own investigation. An NCAA'ex- ecutive said Thursday he has not yet reviewed the report. Boxing NEW YORK — Marc Roberts, manager of Ray, ; "! Mercer, said on Thursday he would guarantee;, . s WBC heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis $2Q 0 X,, million to fight Mercer. Mercer would fight for;.' free, should Lewis agree to guarantee $10 million; to Project Pride at Newark, N. J., if he loses, ,", u -1 Roberts said. 'You know I have the capability of; ,i putting up $20 million," said Roberts, chairman' 'qf Worldwide Entertainment & Sports Corp. "I'm;;'., very sincere about the offer." Asked if he thought Lewis would accept the offer, Roberts said, "I . ,..« think if I offered $100 million, he wouldn't fight Ray Mercer." ,. -., Golf WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Since he finished V fourth in the Texas Open 2'/a weeks ago, Duffy: '<•;:. Waldorf said he's spent most of his time away f ~ from golf and the rest of it trying to keep his new found putting stroke working. After continuing: • with a routine he started before Texas, Waldorf made it pay off again Thursday as he needed just. 23 putts in an 8-under-par 63 that gave him a ohe-, shot lead after the first round of the Michelob Championship. »•»* O VIRGINIA WATER, England — Brad Faxon's?,, World Match Play quarter-final match against Colin Montgomerie is being cast as "Ryder Cup II," Faxon isn't buying it. "It's not going to get the.Ry,- der Cup back to the States, Faxon said Thursday,;, after he advanced with a 2 and 1 victory over DaV- ren Clarke of Northern Ireland, another Ryder^"* Cup competitor. "It's not the same as much as.you make it out to be," said Faxon. Faxon, New Zealand's Frank Nobilo, Ian Woosnam of.WalQ's 1 '^ and Vijay Singh of Fiji reached today's quarter^ nals. The main casualty was Phil Mickelson, w^p lost on the second playoff hole to Nobilo. Woos'v " nam defeated Jesper Parnevik of Sweden 4 an4 3,, and Singh ousted Tsukasa Watanabe of Japan,4";; and 3. ' '" Soccer DUISBURG, Germany — The United States ...;•/ women's soccer team had its 12-game unbeaten-,/ streak snapped when it lost 3-1 to Germany, the--;, European champion, in an exhibition game Thursday. The Americans, reigning Olympic champiri .- ons, went ahead in the fourth minute on a goal-by Kristine Lilly. The Germans tied the score before; halftime on a goal by Sandra Smisek, and struck twice after the break, with goals from Pia Wuixdej- lich and Birgit Prinz. Tonnis VIENNA, Austria — Unseeded Todd Martin, : "'coming back from an elbow injury, beat No. 6 seed Thomas Muster 6-4,3-6,6-4 in the CA Trophy t^uf- nament on Thursday. ';"" SPORTS HOTLIME PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST " '" Brown Mackle athletic department : 765-826-5422 • • ; Bethany athletic department 785-227-3311 Fort Hays State athletic department 785-628-4060 '"•• Heart of America Sports Camps 785-627-622^ Heartland Park Topeka ticket odlce 765-682-722J, ., Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-824-9400 '' Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-826?...'' Kansas State University ticket oltice 600-221-2267 < Kansas Weslayan athletic department 786-627-654f' '' Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays oltlce/fishlng report) 785-626-6614-''' '• Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 765-826-7450,:,:' Salina Parks & Recreation olfice 786-826-7434' ' Sallna Parks & Recreation Information 766-626-7464 " University of Kansas ticket olfice 600-344-2857- , •' Wichita Greyhound Park 316-765-4000 Wichita State University ticket ollice 316-876-^67

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