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,3nfri ana SPORTS Saturday, September 20, 2003 — Page 19 MORE SCOREBOARD SCHOLASTIC FOOTBALL GOLF FRIDAY'S SUMMARY APOLLO-RIDGE 40, NORTH CATHOLIC Ajwlio-Ridge 13 6 8 13 — 40 North Catholic 7 0 0 8—15 NC—Cronin, 8 pass from DiMarco (Gera kick) AR—Miller, 33 run (Aikens kick) . AR—Miller. 30 run {kick failed) Afi—Miller, 19 run (kick failed) AR—Miller, 33 run (Miller run) AR—Bandurak, 24 run (Aikens kick) NC—Bivins, 3 pass from Schanbacher (Schanbacher run) AR—Milanak, 27 run (kick failed) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Apollo-Ridge: Miller 23-219, Stewart 8-70, Milanak 2-39, Vandurak 3-32, Colwell 3-24, Walker 3-10, Zelanka 2-(-9).' North Catholic: Bivens 15-38, Musial 3-14. Passing Apollo-Ridge: Zelonka 3-8-0-54, Johnson 26-0-47. North Catholic: Schanbacher 4-10-151, DiMarco 3-18-0-35. ' Receiving Apollo-Ridge: Stewart 2-42, Polka 1-24, Colwell 1-23, Robrts 1-12. North Catholic: Bivens .2-43. Cronin 2-26, Hodanich 1-9, Flaherty 1-8, Musial 1-8. TEAM STATISTICS AR NC Rrst downs rushing 17 4 First downs passing 5 4 First downs by penalty 1 2 Totals lirst downs 23 10 Total yards 486 147 Yards rushing 3B5 61 Yards passing 101 86 Passes attempted 14 25 Passes completed 5 7 Interceptions thrown 0 1 Fumbles-lost 1-0 2-1 Penalties 9-90 4-20 Punts-average 1-30.0 5-32.2 FRIDAY'S SCORES NOTE: Most games tliat were postponed Friday will be made up today, although a lew games will be held on Sunday or Monday. WESTERN REGION Aliquippa 20, Freedom 8 Ambrldge at Laurel Highlands, ppd. Apollo-Ridge 40, North Catholic 15 Baldwin at Penn Hills, ppd. Beaver Area 28, Center 7 Beaver Falls 45, Quaker Valley 6 Bishop Canevin 37, Beth-Center 9 Blackhawk31,Montour14 Bradford at Warren, ppd. Brashear 55, Allderdice 6 Brackway at Eisenhower, ppd. Braokville at St. Marys, ppd. Burgettstown 25, Bentworth G California 36, Frazier 6 Cambridge Springs 12, Lakeview 8 Canon-McMillan 40, Latrobe 3 Carmichaels 48, West Greene 12 Cathedral 23, East Erie 0 Central Catholic 44, Norwin 17 Cham hers burg at Altoona, ppd. Chartiers-Housion 49, Avella 0 Clairton 38, Sena Catholic 0 Clarion 56, Union-Rimersburg 0 Cfarion-Limestone 60, West Shamokin 7 Ccnneaut Valley at West Middlesex, ppd. Connellsville 7, Butler 0 Fairview at Corry, ppd. Farrell 26, Cornell 0 Ford City 27, Burrell 23 Freeport 19, Mars 6 Gateway 42, Plum 7 General McLane 13, IroquoisO ! , , ; Girard28, Serteca.13., Greensburg C.C. 36, Southmoreland 7 Greensburg Salem at Knoch, ppd. Grove City at Reynolds, ppd. Hampton 28, Belle Vernon 13 Harbor Creek 14, Fort LeBoeuf 10 Highlands 45, Dorry Area 0 Hollidaysburg at McDowell, ppd. Indiana at Kiski Area, ppd. Jeannette 40, Charleroi 0 Jefferson-Morgan 14, Mapletown 7 Karns City 7, Redbank Valley 6 (01) Keystone Oaks 40, McGufly 14 Kittanning 21, Mount Pleasant 7 McKeesport 34, Fox Chapel 7 Mohawk 40, Summit Academy 14 Moon 41, New Castle 0 Mount Lebanon 10, North Allegheny 6 Mowhawk 40, Summit 14 Mt. Lebanon 10, North Allegheny 6 New Brighton 25, Ellwood City 24 North Hills 28, Seneca Valley 0 Northeast 35. Northwestern 8 Northgate 31, Seton-LaSalle 7 Penn-Trafford 34, Franklin Regional 0 Perry 35, Peabody 6 Perry Traditional Academy 35, Peabody 6 Peters Township 24, Chartiers Valley 3 Pine-Richland61,YoughO Richland at Johnstown, ppd. Riverside 21, MonacaO Rockway at Eisenhower, ppd. Saegertown 26, Conneaut Lake 6 Shady Side Academy at Deer Lakes, ppd. Sharon at Mercer, ppd. Sheffield at Youngsvilie, ppd. Shenango 36, Neshannock 0 Slippery Rock at Greenville, ppd. Soulh Fayette 29, East Allegheny 8 South Park 34, Carlynton 8 Springdafe 35, Leechbur'g 12 Steel Valley 47, South Allegheny 0 Sto-Rox 44, Fort Cherry 12 Thomas Jefferson 48, Elizabeth Forward 7 Titusville 47, Meadville 7 Union 14, Laurel 0 Union City at Cochranton, ppd. Uniontown 34, Valley 20 Upper St. Clair48, Ringgold. 7 .Waynescurg Central 49, Brownsville 14 West Allegheny 9, Hopewell 0 West Mifllin 12, Washington? Wilmington at Hickory, ppd. Woodland Hills 34, Hempfield 6 NFL Sunday's Games Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Detroit, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Kansas City at Houston, 1 p.m. New Orleans at Tennessee, 1 p.m. N.Y. Jets at New England, 1 p.m. •Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. St. Louis at Seattle, 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Giants at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Green Bay at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. Baltimore at San Diego, 4:15 p.m. Cleveland at San Francisco, 4:15 p.m. Buffalo at Miami, 8:30 p.m. Montf i»'s Game Oakland at Denver, 9 p.m. Open: Dallas, Philadelphia. Chicago; Carolina Sinday, Sell. 28 Tennessee at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Arizona at St. Louis, 1 p.m. Jacksonville at Houston, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Buflato, 1 p.m. New England at Washington, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1 p.m. San Francisco at Minnesota, 1 p.m. San Diego at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Kansas City at Baltimore, 4:05 p.m. Dallas at N.Y. Jets, 4:15 p.m. Atlanta at Carolina, 4:15 p.m. Detroit at Denver, 4:15p.m. Indianapolis at New Orleans, 8:30 p.m. MMtfajr, 3«*. 2! Green Bay at Chicago. 9 p.m. Open: Miami, Seattle, N.Y. Giants, Tampa Bay EASTERN REGION Abington at North Penn, ppd. Allentown Central Catholic at Northampton, PPd. Allentown Dieruff at Bethlehem Freedom, ppd. Annville-Cleona at Cocalico, ppd. Athens at North Penn-Blossburg, ppd. Avon Grave at Oxford, ppd. Berrnudian Springs at Milton Hershey/ppd. Berwick at Williamsport, ppd. Bethlehem Liberty at Allentown Allen, ppd. Biglerville at Camp Hill, ppd. Bishop Hoban at Jim Thorpe, ppd. Bishop O'Mara at Susquehanna, ppd. Bloomsburg at Montgomery, ppd. Blue Mountain at North Schuylkill, ppd. Boiling Springs at South Williamsport, ppd. Canton at Towanda, ppd. Carbondale at Montrose, ppd. Carlisle at Bishop McDevitt, ppd. Catasauqua at Salisbury, ppd. Cedar Crest at Wilson, ppd. Central Bucks West at William Tennent, ppd. Central Columbia at Miflllnburg, ppd. Central Dauphin at Harrisburg, ppd. Central Mountain at Hershey, ppd. Central York at Dallastown, ppd. Cnambersburg at Altoona, ppd. Columbia-Montour Vo-Tech at Lourdes Regional, ppd. Conestoga at Penncrest, ppd. Council Rock South at Council flock North, ppd. Cumberland Valley at Central Dauphin East, ppd. Dobbins at Northeast, ppd. Dunmore at Lakeland, ppd. East Juniata at Bucktail, ppd. East Pennsboro at West Perry, ppd. Eastern York at Dover, ppd. Easton 24, Whitehall 14 Ephrata at Elizabethtown, ppd. Falrfield at Columbia, ppd. Garden Spot at Solanco, ppd. Germantown Academy at Central, ppd. Germantown at Frankforrf, ppd. Glasgow, Del., at Chichester, ppd. Glen Mills at Downingtown West, ppd. Glen Mills at Downingtown West, ppd. Hamburg 8, Exeter 6 Honesdale at Abington Heights, ppd. Hughesville at Loyalsock, ppd. Jersey Shore at Montoursville, ppd. Kennard-Dale at Delone Catholic, ppd. Kennedy-Kenrick 31, North Catholic 0 Lackawanna Trail at Riverside, ppd. Lake-Lehman at Wyoming Area, ppd. Lancaster Catholic at Lampeter-Strasburg, ppd. Lancaster McCaskey at Hemptleld, ppd. LansrJale Catholic at Perkiomen Valley, ppd. Lewisburg at Southern Columbia, ppd. Lewistown at Halifax, ppd. Line Mountain at Pine Grove, ppd. Lower Moreland 16, Morrisvllle 0 Mahanoy Area at Tamaqua, ppd. Manhelm Central at Lebanon, ppd. Manheim Township 24, Governor Mifflin 6 Mechanicsburg at Gettysburg, ppd. Methacton at Quakertown, ppd. Millersburg at Juniata, ppd. Milton at Selinsgrove, ppd. Montgomery at Bloomsburg, ppd. Mount Carmel at Shamokin, ppd. Muhlenberg at Conrad Weiser, ppd. Muncy at Wellsboro, ppd. Nanticoke at Wilkes-Barre GAR, ppd. Nazareth at East Stroudsburg North, ppd. Neshaminy at PennrirJge, ppd. New Oxford at William Penn of York, pprj. North Pocono at Delaware Valley, ppd. i ,. Northern at Greencastte-Antrim, ppd. • Northern Lebanon at ELCO,- ppd. Northern Lehigh 42, Bangor.O Northwest at Bishop O'Reilly, ppd. Northwestern 17, Pen Argyl 0, ssp. 3rd quarter (electrical outage) Old Forge at Mid Valley, ppd. OJney at Southern, ppd. Owen J. Roberts at Upper Perkiomen, ppd. Palmyra at MirJrJIetown, ppd. Panther Valley at Marian Catholic, ppd. Parkland 27, Bethlehem Catholic 15 Penn Manor at Reading, ppd. Pequea Valley at Donegal, ppd. Pittston Area at Wyoming Valley West, ppd. Pleasant Valley at Lehighton, ppd. Pocono Mountain West at East Stroudsburg South, ppd.. Pottsgrove at Spring-Ford, ppd. Pottstown at Boyertown, ppd. Pottsville at Hazlelon Area, ppd. Red Land at Central York, ppd. Ridley at Strath Haven, ppd. Sayre at Troy, ppd. Schuylkill Valley 20, Kutztown 16 Scotland at James Buchanan, ppd. Scranton Prep at Western Wayne, ppd. Shenandoah Valley at Minersville. ppd. South Western at Susquehannock, ppd. Spring Grove at Red Lion, ppd. St. Pius X at Phoenixville, ppd. Stroudsburg at Pocono Mountain East, ppd. Susquehanna Township at Lower Dauphin, ppd. Susquenita at Big Spring, ppd. Tri-Valley at Upper Dauphin, ppd. Trinity at Steelton-Highspire, ppd. Truman at Pennsbury, ppd. Twin Valley at Daniel Boone, ppd. Unionville at Great Valley, ppd. University City at Martin Luther King, ppd. Upper Merion at Plymouth Whitemarsh, ppd. Upper Moreland at Academy Park, ppd. Wallenpaupack at Valley View, ppd. Warrior Run at Shikellamy, ppd. Warwic k at Co nestog a Valley, ppd. Washington at Poly Tech, Del., ppd. Waynesboro at Shippensburg, ppd. West Chester East at Emmaus, ppd. West Philadelphia at Ben Franklin, ppd. West Scranton at Scranton, ppd. Wilkes-Barre Coughlin at Tunkhannock, ppd. Wilkes-Barre Meyers vs. Crestwood at Nanticoke, ppd. Williams Valley at Newport, ppd. Wilson Buro 41, Southern Lehigh 21 Wissahickon at Norristown, ppd. Wyalusing at Danville, ppd. Wyomissing at Reading Central Catholic, ppd. COLLEGE FOOTBALL FRIDAY'S SCORES EAST Bentley32,C.W. Post 28 La Salle at College of N.J., ppd., power failure S. Connecticut 28, Bryant 21 Worcester St. 45, Salve Regina 20 FAR WEST UNLV 33, Hawaii 22 CFL Tuesday's Gima Toronto 24. Hamilton 14 • Friday's Game Edmonton 45. Ottawa 33 Saturday's Gam* British Columbia at Winnipeg, 3 p.m. Sunday's Game Saskatchewan at Montreal, 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26 Calgary at Ottawa, 7 p.m. British Columbia at Edmonton, 10 p.m. Safarday, Stp». 27 Montreal at Hamilton, 3 p.m. Toronto at Saskatchewan, 4 p.m. PGA 84 LUMBER CLASSIC OF PENNSYLVANIA FRIDAY At Nemacolin Woodlands Resort & Spa FarminttOR Purs*: $4 million Yardage: 7,276, Par 72 (36-36) Through first round Inclement weather forced postponement of Friday's scheduled second round. Play was scheduled to resume this morning. Here is the leaderboard through Thursday's first round: Gavin Coles -7 Brett Quigley -5 Donnie Hammond -7 Pat Bates -5 Brent Scnwarzrock -6 Craig Barlow -5 Grant Waite -6 Jerry Kelly -5 Michael Clark II -6 Robert Damron -5 Mike Standly -5 Tom Pemice Jr. -5 Luke Donald -5 David Frost -5 Cameron Beckman -5 David Peoples -5 Lee Janzen -5 Scott Laycock -5 Tim Petrovic -5 CHAMPIONS TOUR SAS CHAMPIONSHIP FRIDAY At Prestonwood Country Club Cary, N.C. Purse: $1.8 million Yardage: 7,129, tor: 72 (35-37) First Round DA Weibring 33-32-65 Jim Ahem 31-34—65 Jose Maria Canizares 30-36—66 Bobby Wadkins 30-37-S7 Bruce Fleisher 34-33—67 Eamonn Darcy 35-32—68 Wayne Levi 34-34—68 Fuzzy Zoeller 35-33—68 Doug Tewell • 33-35—68 Mike Hill 33-36—69 Leonard Thompson 36-33—69 Hugh Balocchi 34-35—69 Walter Hall . 32-37—69 Ed Fiori 34-35—69 Dana Quigley 34-36—70 Torn Purtzer 33-37—70 Hale Irwin 36-34—70 Don Pooley 37-33—70 DaveBarr 35-35—70 John Schroeder 34-36—70 Jay Sigel 34-36—70 Tom Kite 36-34—70 Jim Colbert 35-35—70 Dick Mast 35-35—70 J.C. Snead 34-36—70 David Eger 36-35—71 Tom Jenkins 35-36—71 Bill Rogers 35-36—71 Bruce Lietzke 35-36—71 John Jacobs 36-35—71 Terry Dill 35-36—71 David Graham 35-36—71 Doug LaCrosse 36-36—72 John Harris 35-37—72 Mike Schroder - 34-38—72 Rocky Thompson 36-36—72 Stewart Ginn 34-38—72 Gary Koch 38-34—72 Gibby Gilbert ' 33-39—72 Pat McDonald 36-36—72 Andy Bean 37-35—72 Steven Ve riato 36-36—7 2 Bob Eastwood 34-38—72 John Bland 36-36—72 Larry Nelson 36-36—72 Ed Dougherty , 36-36—72 Bruce Summerhays 37-35—72 Craig Stadler 35-37—72 Jim Thorpe . 35-38—73 Allen Doyle 39-34—73 Bobby Walzel ^ 36-37—73,, Bob Gilder . 36-37—73 Torn Wargo 36-37—73 Bob Charles 37-36—73 Morris Hatalsky 35-38—73 Dave EichBlberger 36-37—73 Graham Marsh 36-37—73 • Lanny Wadkins 34-40—74 Jim Holtgrieve 36-38—74 Walter Morgan 35-39—74 Isao Aoki 36-38—74 Lee Trevino 35-39—74 Mark Lye 37-37—74 Jim Dent 37-37—74 Ted Goin 38-37—75 Howard Twitty 38-37—75 Gil Morgan 36-39—75 Dale Douglass 35-40—75 James Mason ' 37-38—75 Joe Inman 37-38—75 Jim Albus 36-39—75 Gary Player 38-38—76 Mike McCullough 38-38—76 Arlis Pike 37-39—76 Jeriy McGee 36-41—77 Bob Murphy 38-39—77 Charles Goody 37-40—77 Mike Smith • 40-37—77 Jody Dean 40-38—78 Miller Barber 38-42—80 Arnold Palmer 41-45—86 Indiana County Golf Association president Robin Hastings, left, congratulated the following top players, from left, after the Senior Open tournament: Stan Honacki, Bill Livingston, Frank Frontino, Arch Brocious, Wally Stapleton and Joe Krejocic. (Gazette photo by Michael Henninger) Brocious wins Senior Open From Staff Reports Arch Brocious became the second super senior (age 60 and overt to win the championship at the ninth annual Indiana County Senior Open. The tournament was held Wednesday at Meadow Lane. Brocious bested two-time champion Frank Frontino and Bill Livingston on the second hole of sudden death. The three had tied for the lead at the end of regulation with scores of 73. Frontino missed a birdie putt that would have won the match on the first playoff hole. Livingston was awarded the super senior championship since Brocious won the overall title. Indiana County Golf Association vice president Joe Krejocic shot a 74 to finish second. Krejo- cic missed a 3-foot putt on No. 18 to miss his chance at playoff. W.A. Spadafora carded a 75 to wind up third in the division. Stan Honacki's 75 put him in second place in the 50-59 age group. Former Indiana High golf coach Wally Stapleton shot a 74 from the senior gold tees to win the championship of the 70-and- over division. . The Senior Open marked the final event of the ICGA golf season. Next season will commence with the Indiana County Amateur tourament, scheduled in June. Weibring, Ahern lead at SAS Championship By DAVID DROSCHAK AP Sports Writer GARY, N.C. — After more than 25 years of pressure on the PGA Tour, D.A. Weibring now understands the allure of the Champions Tour. Weibring, who turned 50 in May, shot a 7-urider 65 Friday in the first round of the SAS ChainV... pionship — his ninth consecutive subpar round— to share the lead with Jim Ahern. "There is a comfort zone on the Champions Tour and that comfort zone of having no cut builds confidence in a lot of players," Weibring said. "It opens them up to being a little more aggressive." Weibring shook off flu-like symptoms and fatigue down the stretch to birdie his final three holes. "I don't know what this is," he said of his illness. "I felt listless in the pro-am Wednesday. I just feel achy." Weibring also had a tremendous close to his opening nine, reeling off four consecutive birdies. He needed just 25 putts Friday with a new club on the soft greens. "I used it in the pro-am Wednesday and was puttingwith it some in the room," he said. "It really felt good so I put it in the lineup. It's got a good chance to make it Saturday." j^ .Ahecn made.;the turn at 3 under, but put together a solid final nine holes for his 65 — his best score since a 63 in the second round of the Music City Championship in early June. "It's too early to think about the lead," Ahern said. "I don't even know what the omer scores were. I never looked once." Jose Maria Canizares was one shot back at 66. The start of the opening round of the 54-hole seniors tournament was delayed two hours while crews cleaned up debris left behind by Hurricane Isabel. But Friday's weather was nearly perfect, with temperatures in the mid-80s. "If somebody would have just flown in today and not heard the weather report and you told them a hurricane just came through here it would have been hard to believe," Ahern said. About 75 workers headed out at 5:30 a.m., with lights and equipment, to begin working on the Prestonwood Country Club course. •While there was some minor flooding, a half-dozen tall pine trees fell into play and had to be removed, and another toppled onto the practice green. "They put a lot of horsepower on this golf course," Weibring said. "It was amazing that we were able to play golf after what went through this area Thursday. The golf course was wet, but their hard work paid off." "Is this the same country?" Hale Irwin joked as he looked up into the clear sky. Bruce Fleisher, who has won four Champions Tour events in the state since 1999, shot a 67 and was tied with Bobby Wadkins for fourth, two shots behind the leaders. HOCKEY NHL EXHIBITION . Friday's Games Toronto 3, Farjestad 0 St. Louis 3, Columbus 0 Ottawa 3, Buffalo 2, OT Philadelphia 6, New Jersey 1 Washington 5, Detroit 2 Florida 9, Carolina 2 Tampa Bay 4, Atlanta 1 N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgli 1 Vancouver 4, Minnesota 2 Nashville 5, Chicago 0 Dallas 5, N.Y. Rangers 3 Anaheim 4, San Joso 2 Saturday's Games Chicago at Nashville, 6 p.m. Ottawa at Montreal, 7 p.m. Philadelphia vs. Washington at London, Ontario, 7 p.m. Atlanta vs. Carolina at Estero. Ha., 7:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. N.Y. islanders at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Edmonton at Calgary, 9 p.m. Colorado vs. Florida at Fort Collins, Colo., 9 p.m. Phoenix at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. ISLANDERS 4, PENGUINS 1 NY Islanders 013—4 Pittsburgh 010—1 First Period—None. Second Period—1, Pittsburgh, Koltsov 1 (Fata, Armstrong), 11:23 (pp). 2, N.Y. Islanders, Blake 1 (Scatchard, Niinimaa), 12:34 (pp). Third Period—3, N.Y. Islanders, Papineau 1 (Bates), 3:26. 4, N.Y. Islanders, Asham 1 (Mapletott), 18:37. 5, N.Y. Islanders, Hunter 1, 19:02 (en). Shots on goal—N.Y. Islanders 10-9-12—31. Pittsburgh 8-5-7—20. Goalies—N.Y. Islanders, Snow, DiPietro. Pittsburgh, Caron. Attendance at Wheeling, W.Va—3,404. RUNNING WARREN —The SuperKwtk Challenge Half- Marathon is scheduled Saturday, Oct. 11, 9 a.m., at the Warren YMCA. Contact Chris Biertey at (814) 726-0110 for more information. SALEM — The Salem Township 5K will be held on Saturday, Oct. 18, 10 a.m. Contact Perry Miller at (724) 468-4801. KANE—The Steve Jerman Memorial SK race and 2-mlle walk will be held Saturday, Oct. 18, 10 a.m.! in Kane. Contact Chuck Kepler at (814) 837-7360 for more details. Johnson will be'banking' on experience at Dover By DICK BRINSTER AP Sports Writer DOVER, Del. — Jimmie Johnson aced his first season of Winston Cup competition at Dover International Speedway with a two-race sweep. Although he made it look easy, Johnson wasn't always so thrilled about the challenge presented by the high-banked concrete oval. Before getting into NASCAR, he raced here in ASA, and quickly learned why the place is called The Monster Mile. "Going to Dover was just a whole new animal and something I'd never experienced before," Johnson said. "The race track is such an aggressive track." But after racing here in the Busch series and with three Win- ston Cup starts, he has figured out how to drive the track. The defending champion of Sunday's MBNA America 400 said it's about more than talent and equipment. Experience is his greatest teacher. He also believes drivers improve simply by adapting to tracks with similar characteristics. He mentions Daytona International Speedway and Bristol Motor Speedway, like Dover tracks with high banking that creates considerable G forces on the drivers. "You go to places where your sensation of speed is really high, it really helps you to get used to that and feel comfortable with your eyeballs rolling around in your head," Johnson said. "It's just something that over time you get used to and feel comfortable with." Kenseth will have an excellent shot to lead his first Dover lap in Winston Cup competition. He got the pole on car-owner points Tuesday, when NASCAR canceled Friday's qualifying because of Hurricane Isabel. Earnhardt will start second, and Kevin Harvick third. After Johnson comes Ryan Newman, who won here in June and took last week's race in New Hampshire for his series-leading sixth victory this season. Newman had won only once entering the June race here, and bad luck that plagued him early in the season looked as if it would bite again. Halfway through the race, his power steering failed. Wiese joins IUP coaching staff By IUP Sports Information The Indiana University of Pennsylvania athletic department has announced the hiring of Rutger Wiese as the school's new field hockey and lacrosse head coach. Wiese replaces Noelle Bowman, who resigned in July after three seasons at IUP. Wiese (pronounced "VEE-say") comes to IUP from Mercersburg Academy, where he was head field hockey coach. Prior to his stint at Mercersburg, Wiese was the interim coach of the Alliance women's team in the Dutch national league in his native Netherlands. He was also an assistant coach for the under-17 national team and the head coach of the District North Netherlands team, where his responsibilities included recruiting, training and managing the coaching staff. Wiese was a star field hockey player in Europe for 11 seasons, retiring this past summer after playing for Bloemendaal in the Netherlands. His teams won national championships in 1999 and 2000 and were European champions in 2001. A 2000 graduate of Hogeschool Nederland with a bachelor's degree in business and real estate management, Wiese also has ex- tensive experience organizing field hockey camps and distributing field hockey equipment across the. United States. He owns field hockey camps in 10 locations nationwide and plans on opening a camp at IUP as well. Among the camps he has served as head coach are ones at the University of Connecticut, James Madison, Stanford, Cal- Berkeley and San Jose State. In addition to his extensive field hockey experience, Wiese has also worked in the arenas of business, real estate and government during his professional career.

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