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An COURIER-POST, Monday, August 29, 1994 nniwt .itjtt)0MiLf Area Baseball OVER 10 LEA QUI Ma 100 0304 CoMngiwood Reds 604 20314 Winner WWey. Lour Mirphy. 28: Roomy, C. 38: Kelly, C. ae 221 940 2 It Ftomttgun mdaane 202 000 04 Wlnrwr Calhoun. Loser: CanOdl 2B: Curtey, Calhoun (2), C. HH: Curley, Gallagher. Crttno, C. Remington Ortoesa 021 000 47 Weet OepMonl Ae 301 007 111 Winner Heggerty. loser StoneMng. 2B: BertusM, f ; Santone, Tavek, Haggaity, 8.J. SENIOR LEAGUE Canto 000 000 600 I eoo 3oo ooi a Winner Coatallo. Loaer Rufa. 2B: Janue. CosteHo, Havaa, P; DaFaHaa. Yataa. C. Yankaaa 000 001 013 C WMa Sox 001 310 001 Winner Sanrocco. Loaar: Watklne. Men's Softball 9J. Modtftod Umu AM Star Qam South 12, North 10 Joa Peter of Chicago was awarded ttta MVP for pitching three Innings of shutout ban and driving In the winning run wrth a single. South teammate Jeff Smooett collected two hits and two RBIs and Brian MscOonald recorded the win. The last out of the game waa recorded when Chris OeSalvo's throw to home caught a runner at the plate. Carlos Sierra of First Class Caterers won the Home Run Derby held before the game by pounding four homers. League Ktd Knights I rood Knights 11 The Firm 0. CoMrtoawood The Firm 24, CoMmgewood Juan Bermudez went 4-for-4 and Sammy Serrano hit two homers for The Firm in the first game, m the second game, Juan Bermudez, WHtte Miret and Angel Valentine combined for 11 hits for the winners. Gunks 11, Express 7 Express 21, Ounfce 10 In the second game, Jerry Dunleavy and John Weinberg each homered, while Bob Fides went S-for-5 for Express. Woodbrtar Inn 18, R8C Homo 1 Woodbrtar Inn 23, RSC Home 0 Winning pitcher Dave Kosuta scattered seven hits in the first game. In the nightcap, Scott Cornew scattered six hits to earn the victory. Maple Shade Auto 10, SHver Buffet S Maple Shade Auto It, Sliver Buftets 0 John Murray, Mark DeFehoe and Bob Ecker combined for six hits and six RBIs for Auto in the first game. Lou Sambucd hit two homers and Rick Lavender pitched the shutout for Maple Shade In the nightcap. Otd City Brewery 20, Menyflelds 10 Otd City Brewery I, MefryfMds 5 Jeff Hendrickson and Dave Cuevas combined for 13 hits In the doubleheader for Old City. KJnner Alarm 9, Qnby Road Crew 6 Qtotoy Road Crew I, Kmner Alerm 7 In Game Two, Larry Barts had four hits, while Kirt QaKano had the game-winning ht m the 10th inning for Gfbby Road irew. Sports Outlet Night League Sports Outlet 22, DlAmtco'a 21 Frank DiTiMio, Dean Ciminera and r' Steve Burgo combined for 15 hits as Sports Outlet advanced to the league J championship aeries. i KQ Vets 21, A'a 13 Glenn Bsmstt and Mike Krebs went 5-for-5 while Bob Ehrmann and Dan MacDuff combined for eight hits as KG Vets improved to 15-0 and wIN meet Sports Outlet in the championship series. Daniel Ceiabrese Tournament CoopMudhene 13, MuWca HW Police I CoopModhens 11, Norweet 2 CoopModhene 19, Watson 12 CoopMudhm 24, KT8 13 - Coo 18, KT8 17 Tourney MVP Mike Green batted .750, Jeff Dixon batted .650 and Sean Lamond hit .611 with four home runs tor CoopMudhena. This was the Inaugural tournament honoring slain poHce officer Daniel Calabresa. Dek Hockey TANSBORO LEAGUE OMalon 3 Chlela 2, Taxaco 1 EscaHbor 4, Mediord 1 Silver Bullets 3. WHIiamstown 0 GT Panthara 7, Knights 3 Daves 1, Hawks 0 Pro Football Final Preseason Standings NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pel Pf PA Dallas 2 3 0 .400 80 SO Eagtaa 1 3 0 .250 59 73 Arizona 1 3 0 .250 54 77 N V Giants 1 4 0 .200 93 104 Washington 1 3 0 .250 64 78 Carrtral Chicago 4 0 0 1.000 78 45 Tampa Bay 2 1 0 .667 52 59 Green Bay 3 2 0 .600 84 77 Minnesota 3 2 0 .600 97 89 Detroit 2 2 0 .500 71 83 Waal San Fran 3 1 0 .750 70 53 Atlanta 3 2 0 .600 91 101 N Orleans 1 3 0 .250 61 88 LA Rams 0 4 0 000 42 95 AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Indianapolis 4 0 0 1.000 80 51 N England 3 1 0 .750 99 57 NY Jets 3 1 0 .750 70 69 Buffalo 3 1 0 .750 62 57 Miami 3 2 0 .600 105 117 Central Cleveland 3 1 0 .750 75 53 Houston 2 3 0 .400 93 69 Pittsburgh 1 3 0 .250 78 80 Ononnab 1 3 0 .250 82 74 Waat LA Raiders 4 1 0 .800 122 113 Seattle 2 2 0 .500 77 61 Kansas City 2 3 0 .400 71 S3 Denver 2 3 0 .400 102 116 San Diego 1 4 0 .200 90 116 Golf World Series of Golf AKRON. Ohio Final scores and earnings Sunday of the $2 mutton NEC World Sanaa of Golf, played on (ha 6.916-yard, par-70 Firestone Country CKjb North Course J.M.Ctazabal. $360,000 66-67-69-67269 Scott Hoch. $216,000 71-64-85-70 270 Brad Faxon. t 16.000 69-6845-69271 r Slave Larry. It 16.000 67-6646-72271 Mart McNulty $76,000 69-6645-70272 John Huaton. $76,000 7344-64-71 272 Mike Hainan. $67,000 71 47 45-70273 , Fred Couples. $60,000 69-7045-'0 274 , Greg Norman. $60,000 6747 48-72274 , Hale Irwin. $52,000 7045-71-70276 ' Nick Pnoa. $52,000 684649-73276 Davis Love Id. $40,500 66-7247-70277 Tom Lehman $40,500 724944-72277 Larry Mire $40,500 694846-72277 Loren Roberta. $40 500 66-7046-74277 Corey Pavai. $30 000 70-704949276 Jan Gallagher $30 000 7048-70-70276 Bal Giaeeon. $30,000 71-7344-70278 . Crew Stealer. $30 000 65-7644-71278 JeftMeggert. $30,000 66-7445-73276 Kenny Perry. $22,400 69-72-7046279 Jay Haas $22,400 7544-70-70279 By Maylaa, $22400 67-7249-71279 Craig Parry $18,400 6949-71-71280 T. Nakapma. $18,400 69-7146-74260 Ptal Mcketaon. $15,110 75-704646281 CurM Strange $15,110 69-7146-73261 John Inmen, $15,110 704749-75281 Mark Brooke. $15,110 714549-76281 Erree Els $15,110 6646-71-76281 N. Lancaster $14,400 70-7349-70282 M. McCumoer $14,400 6647-72-77282 B. McCeetr. $14,250 69-7447-73 283 Andrew Magaa. $14,150 71-72-70-71 264 Ban Cranshaw. $14,000 70-73-70-72285 Lea Jeroen. $14,000 70-7149-75286 Fufton Aitem. $13,600 66-7748-74287 Jeff Roth. $13,800 7448-70-75287 David Froat $13,660 67-71-75-76289 LStarahama. $13,550 73-70-77-70290 Me Springer. $13 460 75464940292 Cart Maeon. $13,350 72-74-71-76293 B. Henrsnger, $13,250 71-73-7040294 John Daly. $13150 89-73-7043295 SeauOkuda. $13,050 70-72-7440296 OkJry Pnoa $12 950 78-73-70-77296 L Baker -Fetch. $12,850 6742-77-76302 HroalaOoda. $12,750 76-78-7340306 Franklin Quest PARK CITY. Utah Scores Sunday after the anal round of Via $500,000 Franktn Quest Cnarnpiorvatv4 on the 7026-yard, par-72 Part. Meadow Golf Club imaae Tom Werexop. $75 000 66474 204 Dave Stockton. 44.000 6646-70204 Jeck Kiekar 33 000 66494S 206 Bob Murphy. 33 000 8646-70205 Jen ASJua 22 000 714749207 George Archer. 22 000 724649207 Tomer. Aaron 16.000 7046-70208 Jay Soel. 16 000 8949-70206 Tony JeekSn. 16 000 7147-70206 Bob E Smah. 13 000 71-7247210 Dave Eicnecierger. 10.300 72-71 4S 211 J C Sneed. 10 300 71-70-70211 Tom Wergo. 10.300 70-71-70211 Merry Toeceno. 10 300 7249-71211 CnanaaCoora 10.100 8949-73211 . Sron Hobday. 7 J0 74-7147212 Don January. 7.306 Dale Douglass. 7.308 Larry Lauren. 7.308 Bill Hall. 7.306 Ovine Moody. 7,306 Babe Htskey. 5.388 Robert Gaona. 5.388 Gay Brewer, 5.386 73- 7049212 72-7149212 71-71-70212 7448- 70212 71-70-71212 774946214 71- 70-73214 7048-76214 7047-77214 72- 72-71215 7549-71215 7649-71216 74- 70-72216 73- 70-73216 72- 70-74216 71- 71-74216 70- 70-76216 73- 7549217 73-72-72217 77-71-70218 75- 72-71218 73-73-72218 73-73-72218 7449- 75218 73-73-73219 72- 74-73219 73- 70-76219 75- 7649220 73-74-73220 71- 73-76220 76- 72-73221 mmm 71-74-77 222 77- 77-70 224 73-76-74225 70-79-76225 76-73-76225 75- 76-75226 76- 76-73227 82-7749228 79-74-75228 81-74-74229 77- 75-77229 75-76-78229 79-77-75231 81-7141233 7740- 77234 7841-76235 7741- 79237 81-7640237 794140240 8341-79243 824342247 79-8347249 864149256 73-7240 DQ l Brue. 5,368 Bruce Surrwnerhaya, 4,650 Tom Shew. 4.650 DeWItt Weaver. 3,875 Jerry McGee, 3.875 BOO utckson, J 03 Rivaa McBee, 3.875 Bob Zimmerman. 3,675 Dick Loo, 3.875 Dick Rhyan. 3,225 Fred Ruiz. 3.225 Gary Player, 2,760 Larry tiegier, 2,ou Ben Smith, 2,760 Tarry Dill. 2,760 Al Ke&ey. 2.760 Marlon Hack. 2,350 Richard Baaaett. 2.350 Ted Havnee. 2.350 Butch Baird, 2.050 Dick Goetz. 2.050 Walter Zembnski. 2.050 Mate Joyce. 1,800 Mike Fetch. 1.600 Georoe Shorlndye, 1,600 Bruce Crampton. 1,600 Gene Littler, 1,450 Lou Graham. 1,267 Jerry Barber. 1,267 Bob Wyrm, 1.267 Don Bies, 1,1501150 Bitty Maxwell. 1,100 John Paul Cain, 1.025 JohnBrodie, 1,025 Billy Caspar, 900 Ron Skilaa. 900 Bob Rem, 900 Rod Curl, 800 Jack Fleck. 750 Dudley Wysong. 700 Howie Johnson, 650 Bin Johnston, 575 Doug Ford, 575 Jacky Cupit. 500 Fred Hawkins, 470 Al Beaaelink, 440 Freddie Haas, 410 George Bayer, 380 Bill LytJe. LPGA du Maurier OTTAWA, Ontario Final scores and earnings Sunday from the $800,000 LPGA du Maurier Classic on the 6,340-yard, Cir-72 Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club course: nha Nauaa. $120,000 65-71-72-71279 Mchaa McGnn, $74,474 66-71-71-72280 Lsltte Naumnn, $54,346 7047-71-73281 Jane Gooes $34,686 7447-70-72263 Mag MaUon. $34,668 70-7248-73283 Batty King. $34,868 8749-74-73263 D. Coe-Jonee, $20,128 72-70-71-71284 Mmne Morris, $20,128 69-72-70-73284 J. Dickinson, $20,128 7248-70-74284 Kelly Robbina, $20,128 66-70-73-75264 VickJ Fergon, $14,223 7248-75-70265 Shrrl Stnhauer. $14,223 68-72-73-72285 Ptty Sheehan, $14,223 71-7148-75285 Amy AJcott, $12,078 73-70-72-71286 Dome Mochrie. $12,076 67-74-72-73 2B6 Jane Craftar, $9,862 71-74-7547267 Page Dunlap. $9,662 7249-75-71 267 Alice Ritzman, $9,862 76-7048-73267 Roale Jones, $9,862 73-70-70-74287 Jenny Lldback, $9,862 70-72-71-74287 AHciaDiboa, $9,862 71-71-70-75267 Sally Little. $7,348 74-72-7349268 Miaale BerteoW, $7,348 70-72-73-73268 Brandie Burton, $7,348 71-7449-74286 Brb Bnkwaky. $7,346 7449-71-74286 Kim WiHiams, $7,348 67-74-73-74286 Karen Lunn, $7,348 70-73-70-75288 Annka Srnatam, $7,348 7247-73-76268 Nancy Lopez. $7,348 67-70-75-76288 Leigh Ann Milla. $7,348 66-72-7040288 Tine Barrett, $5,514 71-75-72-71289 Lisa Waltera. $5,514 73-72-73-71269 Alice Miller. $5,514 72-71-74-72289 Mchele Rdmn. $5,514 72-72-72-73289 Helen Alfrdssn. $5,514 71-73-71-74289 Robin Walton, $5,514 7347-72-77289 Jennifer Wyatt. $5,514 89-7249-79289 Judy Same. $4,315 71 -72-76-71 290 Gall Graham, $4,315 72-72-74-72290 Lot! Wast, $4,315 75-71-71-73290 Michelle EatHI, $4,315 71-72-74-73290 Laura Oavtea. $4,315 7549-72-74290 Mitzi Edge. $3,542 75-71-75-70291 Lorl Garbecz, $3,542 74-72-74-71 291 Stphnie Mynor, $3,542 72-72-76-71291 M. McGeorge, $3,542 74-71 -70-76291 Deb Richard. $2,825 68-76-76-70292 Chns Johnson, $2,825 70-74-76-72292 Carolyn H. $2,825 72-71-76-73292 Carolina Pierce, $2,825 70-72-74-76292 Dale Eggellng. $2,825 71-70-74-77292 Maggie Wis, $2,173 75-71-75-72293 BsrbMucha. $2,173 72-74-75-72293 Pat Bradley, $2,173 73-72-76-72293 Amy Benz. $2,173 72-72-73-76293 Figueraa-Ooni.$2.173 7349-75-76293 Lisa Kiggena. $1,593 73-73-77-71294 Joan Pficock, $1 ,593 73-72-74-75294 Descampe. $1,593 71-74-73-76294 Colleen Walker, $1,593 73-70-75-76294 Sherri Turner, $1,593 72-71-74-77 294 Hrmi KbyaetH. $1 ,288 72-72-76-75295 Mardi Lunn. $1 .288 71-73-73-76295 VickiGoetze, $1,106 76-70-76-74296 Ptraon-Parker. $1,106 74-72-74-76296 LaunMerten, $1,106 70-76-74-76296 JanStphnson,$1,106 74-71-75-76296 Heather Drew. $1,106 71-74-75-76296 Nsncy Scranton. $1,106 75-70-72-79296 Knetl Albera. $945 74-71-78-74297 Pamela Wright. $945 73-70-78-76297 Johnston-Forbes, $875 70-74-76-78298 Tania Abitbol, $875 73-71-7341298 Penny Hammel, $645 73-72-79-75299 Debbie Maasey. $625 66-76-77-79300 Tennis Hamlet Cup COMMACK, N Y. Results Sunday from the $313,750 Waktbaum a Hamlet Cup tennie tournament at the Hamlet Golf and Country Oub (aeedkiga In parerrthe- Yevgeny Kafelnikov (5), Russia, daf. Cedric fWie (61. Franca, 5-7, 6-1. 6-2. Final OHvlar Dekltre and Guy Forget Franca, daf. Andrew Fkxent, Australia, and Mark Petchey, Great Britain. 6-4, 74 (M). 0TB International SCHENECTADY, NY Results Sunday of the $450,000 OTB International Tennia Open: Ongiee CnempsooeMp Jacco Eltjngh. Netherlands, daf. Chuck Adams, Pacific Paksadea. Cahf.. 6-3, 6-4. Singles Champion ihip Judith Wlasnar (8). Austria, del. Larlaa Neaend. Latvia. 7-5. 34. 6-4. Auto Racing Goody's 500 at Bnatol. Tenn. 1. (4 atari) Rusty Wallace, Concord, UC Frmt Ttw vuiarkl.H snn tc?n.c 91 363 mph. 2 j8) Mark Martin, Daytona oeeui, rw., roru inunoeroiro, tiOU, $35,915. 3. (14) Dale Earnhardt, Doolia. N.C., Chevrolet Lumina, 500. $33,265 4. HAI rWrall Uf.Hrin CnL.n Y relet Lumma. 500, $28,730 5. (11) BUI cipon, oiairsviiia, ua., r-oro Tnunderbtrd, 500. $22,275. 6. (24) Sterling Martin. Columbia, Term , Chevrolet Lumina, 500, $21,265. 7 (28) Michael Wsltnp, Davidson. M f- DnnMv n en. A , v,,uv uh r,, aw, 17,09. e. 6i Todd Boowe. Hamsburg, N C, Ford Thunderbird. 500, $15,465 9 (1) Harry Gent, Taykxsvele. N.C.. Chevrolet Lumina, wr. ao.aeu. iu. (s) Hick Meat. Rock- wV" oaina. va.. rora inunoeroiro, aytl, $19,040. 11. (18) Ted Muagrave. Trout-man MP C.4 T, . ind $16 340. 12 (33) Ricky Rudd.' Uke "uiiiieii, r...., ruru inunoeroira, ays, $16,540 13 (15) Kenny Wallace. Concord, N.C.. Ford Thunderbrd 499 $20 490 14 (22) Brett Bcdme. Harnaburg. N C . Ford ThunrJertrd, 497. $15,540. 15 (32) Kyle Petty, High Point. NC. Pontiac Grand Prta. 497, $19,935 16 (19) Demke Cope. nwnarsiriea. N.U., t-oro Trunderbird, 496. $15,085 17 6) Dick Trickle. Iron Station. NC, Chevrolet Umina. 496. $10,936 18. (21) Morgan Shepherd. Conover, NC, Ford Thunderbird, 495. $18,285 19. (31) Ken Schraoer, Concord. N C . Chevrolet Lurtwia. 494. $14,775 20 (20) Jetl Burton. South Beaton Va Ford Thunderbird. 490 $16,265. 21 (25) Jeremy Maytkud. Good-kyttavate. Tenn.. Ford thunderbird, 466, $10,935 22. (34) Brad Teegue. Johnson City, Term.. Ford Thunderbird. 478. $8 085 23 (2) Geoff Borkne. Jukan. N C , Ford Thunderbird. 456. pieton. $1735 24 (27) Me Wanece Concord. N C , Ford Thunderbird. 455. $10,060 25 (35) Lake Speed. Concord. N C . Ford Thunderbird. 409. crash. $17,815 26 (29) Dele Jerrett, Hickory, NC. Chevrolet Lumina. 368 crash, $19,266 27. (13) Greg Sacks, Winter Park. Fla . Ford Trsjnderbird. 373 rear and. $9 662 28 (17) Bobby Hamaton. Neahvate. Term.. Pomec Grend Pn. 298 crash. $13,810. 29 (51 Joe Nemechek. Mooreavass. NC, Chevrolet Lumina. 286 eraeh, $9,286. 30 (23) John Andren. axaanapoke. Pontiac Grand Prn. 261. craeh. $7,735 31. (10) Booby Labonte Tnnity. NC, Pontiac Grand Prm. 256. craeh. $11,736 32 (12) Jeff Gordon. Huraaravaki. N C. Chevrolet umma. 222. craeh. $17,736. 33 (3) Terry Leoome, frchoaia. NC. Chevrolet Lunwia, tis. $16,035 34 (30) Stave Grteeom. ijbeny. NC Chevrolet Lurrana. 106. overheesng. $7,735 36 (261 Hut Stnckkn. Caiera Ale Ford Thunderbrd. 68. craeh, $7 735 36 P Burton. SouSh Boston Va . Cwolet Lurrana. 49. anome fasura. in ot race S hours, 56 iMnutss. 1 rj.i9" 01 "crr 0 16-eeconda " 1V car-kmgtha) Caution Sega 12 ?r73 lapa Lead chanca te amoTq to '- 0on iijw. f1 JJ,-'61: Nemh.k tlJXT n 195-196: E?J-' K weaece 224. R Wat-SoT 2-a Bon 23'-300: Maran 301. MWaltrv 302 303. R Wallace Television Today Tennis USA: U.S. Open, 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. College Football Channel 57: Disneyland Pigskin Classic Fresno State vs. Ohio State, 9 p.m. Boxing SportsChannel: Julio Cesar Borboa vs. Harold Grey, 12-round IBF world super flyweight championship, 11 p.m. Tuesday Tennis USA: U.S. Open, 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. Bowling ESPN: PBA Greater Lexington Classic, 7:30 p.m. High School Football Channel 2 (SportsvideoSouth Jersey Cablevision): Best of 1993 Salem vs. Gloucester, 9 p.m. Week at A Glance Sunday, 1 p.m. at NY Giants Channel 29 Ticket Information Eagles ticket office: 215 - 304-340; G Botfr 341-355; R Wallace 356-366; G.Bodine 367-455; R.Wallac 456-500. Series point leaders: Earnhardt 3,275; Martin 3,074; R. Wallace 3,072; Irvan 3,026; Schrader 2,924; Rudd 2,890; Shepherd, 2.791; M Waltrip 2.669; Gordon 2.596; Elliott 2.569; Speed 2.555; D.Waltrip 2,521; T Labonte 2,467; Martin 2,471; Petty 2,457. Belgian Grand Prix SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS. Belgium The order of finish Sunday of the Belgian Grand Prix on the 4 433-miie Spa-Francor-champs circuit with driver, nationality, team and time: 1, Damon HID, Britain. WiHiams Renault 44, 1 hour, 28 minutes, 47.170 seconds, 206.170 kph (129.379 mph). 2, Mlka Hakklnen, Finland, McLaren Peugeot, 44, 51.381 seconds behind. 3, Jot Verstappen. Netherlands, Benetton Ford, 44, 1 minute, 10.453 seconds behind 4, David Coutthard, Britain, Williams Renault, 44, 1:45.797 behind. 5, Mark BlundeU, Britain. Tyrell Yamaha, 43. 6, Gianni MorbkJeUi, Italy. Footwork Ford, 43. 7, Olivier Pants, France, Ugier Renault. 43. 8, Pwrtuigi Martini, Italy, Minardi Ford, 43. 9, Michele AKwreto, Italy, Minardi Ford, 43. 10, Eric Bernard, France, Ugier Renautt 42. 1 1 , Jean-Marc Gounon, France, Sinv tek Ford 42. 12, Johnny Herbert, Britain, Lotus Mugen Honda 41. 13, Eddie Irvine, Britain, Jordan Hart, 43, DNF. Not ctaeelfled Christian FrttopakJi, Footwork Ford, 33 laps finished. David Brabham, Australia, Simtek Ford. 29. Andrea De Ce saris. Italy, Sauber Mercedes, 27. Martin Bmndle, Britain, McLaren Peugeot, 24. Rubens Barrichello, Brazil, Jordan Hart, 19. Ukyo Katayama, Japan, Tyrell Yamaha. 18. Philippe Adams, Belgium, Lotus Mugen Honda. 15. Gerhard Berger, Austria, Ferrari, 11. Philippe AJlioL France, Larrousse Ford, 11. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, Sauber Mercedes, 10. Erik Comas, France, Larrousse Ford, 3. Jean Alesi. France, Ferrari, 2. DiaquaHfled Michael Schumacher, Germany, Benetton Ford. Driver Standings 1. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Benetton Ford, 76. 2. Damon HW, Britain, WiHiams Renault, 55, 3. Gerhard Berger, Austria, Ferrari, 27. 4. Jean Alesi, France. Ferrari, 19. 5. Mlka Hakkinen, Finland, McLaren Peugeot. 14. 6. Rubens Barrichello, BrazH, Jordan Hart, 10. 7. Martin Brundle, Britain, McLaren Peugeot, 9. Baseball International League Eastern Ofvielon W L PeL Qa Pawtucket (Red Sin) 75 80 .556 Ottawa (Expos) 88 87 .503 7 Syracuse (Blue Java) 68 88 .489 9 Rochester (Orioles) 82 72 .463 121 bcrantorvw-B (HUMS) 56 77 .430 17 CtiarloRe (Indlaiisl 75 Richmond (Braves) 74 .558 .656 .537 2Vi .481 10 .430 17 Columbus (Yankees) 72 Norfolk (Mets) 65 Toledo (Tigers) 56 Columbus 9, Richmond 3 Charlotte 10, Toledo 6 Syracuee 16, Ottawa 4, 6 Innaiga, rain Rochester 8. Nortcat 4 Pawtucket et Scramcn-WWtee-Barre, (n) Rochester at Syracuse. 7 p.m. Charlotte et Toledo. 7 p.m. Columbus at Richmond. 7 pm. Pawtucket at Ottawa, 7:05 p m. Norfolk at Scranton-Wekee-Berre, 7:30 p.m. Eastern League w l . oa) Blnghemton (Mets) 78 56 .566 New Heven (Rockies) 72 59 .550 5 Albany (Yankees) 66 65 Alt 10 New Britain (Red Sox.) 55 76 .420 22 Portland (Martins) 56 77 .421 22 Sou! OMeloa Harrtarxirg (Expos) 82 47 836 Bowie (Orioles) 79 54 594 6 Canton-Akron (Indiana) 62 70 .470 2m Trenton (Doers) 53 76 .41! 29 ReorkrelPfceies) 53 79 .402 30Vi (eesrdey'e Oemee Albany 5. Portland 2 Bmgnamton 3. New Britain 2 Bowie 9. Raadlna 3 Trenton 7, Canton-Akron 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet QB L10 Streak Horn Away Montreal 74 40 .649 8-2 Lost 1 32-20 42-20 Atlanta 68 46 .596 6 6-4 Won 1 31-24 37-22 New York 55 58 .487 18V4 5-5 Lost 1 23-30 32-28 Philliet 54 61 .470 20Vi 3-7 Won 1 34-26 20-35 Florida 51 64 .443 23Vi 6-4 Lost 2 25-34 26-30 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Cincinnati 66 48 .579 5-5 Lost 2 37-22 29-26 Houston 66 49 .574 V4 7-3 Lost 1 37-22 29-27 Prttsourgh 53 61 .465 13 4-6 Won 1 32-29 21-32 St. Louis 53 61 .465 13 6-4 Won 2 23-33 30-28 Chicago 49 64 .434 16Vz 2-8 Lost 4 20-39 29-25 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Los Angeles 58 56 .509 6-4 Won 2 33-22 25-34 San Francisco 55 60 .478 3V 4-6 Won 3 29-31 26-29 Colorado 53 64 .453 6Vi 3-7 Lost 1 25-33 28-31 San Diego 47 70 .402 12Vj 6-4 Won 1 26-31 21-39 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away New York 70 43 .619 5-5 Lost 3 33-24 37-19 Baltimore 63 49 .563 6V4 7-3 Won 2 28-27 35-22 Toronto 55 60 .478 16 5-5 Won 1 33-26 22-34 Boston 54 61 .470 17 3-7 Lost 4 31-33 23-28 Detroit 53 62 .461 18 5-5 Lost 1 34-24 19-38 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Chicago 67 46 .593 6-4 Won 1 34-19 33-27 Cleveland 66 47 .584 1 6-4 Won 1 35-16 31-31 Kansas City 64 51 .557 4 6-4 Lost 1 35-24 29-27 Minnesota 53 60 .469 14 6-4 Won 5 32-27 21-33 Milwaukee 53 62 .461 15 3-7 Won 1 24-32 29-30 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Texas 52 62 .456 2-8 Lost 6 31-32 21-30 Oakland 51 63 .447 1 4-4 Lost 2 24-32 27-31 Seattle 49 63 .438 2 9-1 Won 6 22-22 27-41 California 47 68 .409 5V t-6 Won 1 23-40 24-28 September 12, 9 p.m. Chicago Channel 6 463 - 5500. 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Frederick (Orioles) 39 23 629 Ivi Pr. WWiam (Whit. Sox) 31 27 .534 TV, Lynchburg (Red Sox) 20 42 .323 20V, Durham (Braves) 35 25 .583 Salem(Pkates) 28 35 .444 6Vi x-KVnstn-Salem (Reda) 27 36 .429 9V, lunalon (Indiana) 26 36 .410 10V, x-won fast-half title Wkieton-Selem 3. Prince Wain J wnxiui 7. Durham 0 Saaxn 7, Lynchburg 6 Frederick 6. Kmston 1, 1st game KJneton 7, Frederick 3, 2nd game Durham at Frederick Pnnos WHaam at Wamlngton Lynchburg al Wlnatcn-Salem Salem at Kmston Division ir? -.-tY -Vf 7- J '"i.'.i. s. ; .a- Going down: West Virginia quarterback Chad Johnston (8) is tackled Nebraska makes its in Kickoff win over W. Va. By JEFF WOLFE For the Courier-Post EAST RUTHERFORD Nebraska fell two points short of the national championship last year. It was difficult to find any shortcomings of the Cornhuskers, ranked No. 4 in the Associated Press poll, Sunday afternoon at Giants Stadium. Nebraska defeated No. 24 West Virginia 31-0 in the 12th Annual Kickoff Classic to begin the college football season. But the game's Most Valuable Player, Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier, isn't ready to rank the Cornhuskers No. 1 after one game. "This was just one game," Frazier said. "Let's wait four or five games down the road and see how good we are. We have to maintain this kind of play." Frazier, who rushed for 130 yards on 12 carries, scored three touchdowns. The junior quarterback's shortest touchdown run went for 25 yards and the Cornhuskers averaged 6.1 yards per carry. "When your offensive line controls the game like it did, it makes it easier for the quarterback," Nebraska Coach Tom Osborne said. "Tommie made some great plays and some not-so-great plays today. But I thought, coming into the game, the one area where we had an advantage was at quarterback." Nebraska's offense kept the ball for 48 plays and 18 minutes, 17 seconds of the first half. It Colman's return to N.J. By JEFF WOLFE For the Courier-Post EAST RUTHERFORD Sunday was an emotional day for Ocean City High School graduate Doug Colman. The junior middle linebacker not only started his first collegiate football game for Nebraska, he got to do it in front of friends and family. "This was the ideal game for me," Colman said. "I had 106 friends and family here today. Before the game I was a little choked up and there were tears in my eyes as I boarded the bus from the hotel." By game time, the emotion changed to the necessary intensity. "By the first play of the game, I wasn't too tense," Colman said. Colman's big moment came at the 10:06 mark of the second quarter. That's when he caused and recovered a fumble from West Virginia quarterback Eric Boykin. The Cornhuskers scored a touchdown two plays later. "Really, I got kind of lucky on that play," Colman said. "I was coming from behind and I was trying to tackle the quarterback, i - c -v vt; v v x : t r a for a loss by Nebraska points short of a national championship a year ago, fourth-ranked Nebraska routed West Virginia 31-0 in the Kickoff Classic. wore down West Virginia's defense in the 90-degree heat. "You can't let anybody have the ball 48 plays when it's 90 degrees, high humidity and you've been practicing in cool weather the whole time," West Virginia coach Don Nehlen said. "At times our defense wasn't too bad and at times it didn't tackle. But it got so tired you couldn't really tell." Nebraska's defense took its' toll on West Virginia's quarterbacks. Juniors Chad Johnston and Eric Boykin were rushed all day. "We thought we could show them a lot of pictures with blitzes and moving people around," Osborne said. "Our defensive people did a good job of mixing it up." West Virginia's defense showed signs of life early. Nebraska's first score didn't come until Tom Sieler hit a 32-yard field goal with 34 seconds remaining in the first quarter. But Nebraska took control midway through the second quarter. Frazier kept the ball on an option play and scored from 25 yards to make it 10-0. After Ocean City High School graduate Doug Colman forced and but I slapped at him and got the ball. I think I could've got up and ran it in, but I thought there might be West Virginia guys all around me, so I just fell on it." Colman, who recovered the fumble on West Virginia's 13-yard line, finished the day with four solo tackles and four assists, including two tackles for losses totalling 11 yards. Also, Holy Cross gradaute Matt Taffoni, a senior outside linebacker for West Virginia, finished with four assists and also forced and recovered a fumble. Prime punting One of the few bright spots on the day for West Virginia was the punting of Todd Sauerbrun. He set a Kickoff Classic and school record with a 90-yard punt in the first quarter. To prove that it was no fluke, he averaged 60.1 yards per punt on nine attempts, both Kickoff Classic records. Sauerbrun's shortest distance of the day was 52 yards, his first and eighth punts. "I guess about 30 members of my family were here," said Sauerbrun, who is from Long Island, N.V. "I was a little nervous and i -- j J By Eric Miller, Associated Press defenders Kareem Moss (bottom) and Terry Connealy (rear) in the Solid case for No. 1: After falling two k Kickoff Classic Sunday. points recovered a fumble at West Virginia's 13-yard line, Frazier hit receiver Reggie Baul for a 12-yard touchdown pass on second down. That made it 17-0 with 10:06 left in the half. "We didn't know what to expect from them and they didn't know what to expect from us and they just came out and gave it to us," West Virginia wide receiver Rashaan Vanterpool said. "They have a lot of returners on defense and we have a lot of young starters on offense." West Virginia's offense struggled all day. The Mountaineers didn't have the ball inside Nebraska territory until Holy Cross graduate Matt Taffoni caused and recovered a fumble on the Cornhuskers' 44-yard line with 13:05 left in the game. The closest West Virginia came to scoring was with three minutes remaining. The Mountaineers had the ball on the two-yard line, only to see the possession end when Nebraska's Sedric Collins picked off a Boykin fourth-down pass. "My hat is off to Nebraska," Nehlen said. "We have a lot of work to do on offense, defense and everywhere." is ideal' excited and the adrenalin was just flowing." Sauerbrun also had punts of 72 and 64 yards. QBs make MVPs Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier became the third Corn-husker quarterback to win Most Valuable Player honors in the Kickoff Classic. Roster spots West Virginia's defensive backfield is already being depleted by injuries. Starting corner-back Mike Logan broke his arm on the first play of game. Also, reserve Todd Dei strained ligaments in his foot while jumping in the tunnel leading onto the field before the game. The injuries could give Mill-villes Jon Pernell and Woodrow Wilson freshman Rickey Parker a chance to move up on depth chart. Pernell was on the sideline Sunday, but did not play. Parker did not make the traveling squad for this game. For Nebraska, one South Jersey graduate who did make the traveling squad was Oakcrest's Jason Jenkins. But the 6-foot, 5-inch, 265-pound defensive tackle did not 'see any action. '

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