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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 7

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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL orts TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 1997 — 7 Ditka Winners Rice Continued from Page 6 tie. But a week after Ditka declared that New Orleans had "become a team," he said that, for the first time in his life, what happened in a game did not mean much to him. "What I said was what I felt," Ditka said. "I don't feel that way now. And really when you look at it, whether you're despondent or disappointed or whether you have a little self pity, maybe that's involved too, it's very uncharacteristic of the way I do things." Ditka said he talked to his wife, his mother and a number of close friends and apologized to the members of the Saints organization on Monday. Raiders Continued from Page 6 Howard. Howard averaged only 17 yards on five kickoff returns, never advancing the ball past the 20. Continued from Page 6 SOCCER Varsity Boys - Captains. Joey Fernandes. Michael Lombard!, Nathaniel Lemke; Most Improved, Jody Sangiacomo; Most Inspirational, Stephen Harris; Most Valuable: Offense, Ben Pattee; Defense, Joey Fernandes; Coach's Awards, Michael Lombardi, John Lopes; Block-U Blanket. Nathaniel Lemke. JV Boys - Captains, Joey Thomas, Alberto Aguirre, Mike Riemenschneider, Justin Deknoblough; Most Improved, Ian Monroe; Most Inspirational, Rogan Adams; Most Valuable: Offense, Rodney Ramos; Defense, Marcus Babcock; Coach's Award, Jon Pederson. Varsity Girls - Captains, Kelley Mahaffey, Julie Nelson; Most Improved, Jessica Marrow; Most Inspirational, Kelley Mahaffey; Most Valuable: Offense, Katie Mathews; Defense, Julie Nelson; Block-U Blanket, Lindsey Gabrielson. JV Girls - Captains. Chnae Cook. Betsy Rodgers; Most Improved. Theresa Filben; Most Inspirational. Caitlin Buechsenstein: Most Valuable, Amy Bardwell; Coach's Award, Louisa Richard, Lauren Thomas. FOOTBALL Varsity - Captains, Tom Kita, Bobby Taylor, Gary Vroenen, Tim Keffeler; Most Improved, Tom Roman; Most Inspirational, Dan Heller; Coach's Award, Zack Slates; Block-U Blanket, Tim Keffeler, Bobby Taylor. Junior Varsity - Captains, Kevin McCay, Joe Pomilia, Ivan Madueno, Justin Butler; Most Improved: Offense, Adam Melchliori; Defense, Nathan Garnero; Most Inspirational, Eamon Newton; Most Valuable: Back, Chris Sprague; Lineman, Andy Dodd; Coach's Award, John Taylor, Ramon Vargas. Frosh - Captains, Ryan Breece, Karl Kaylor, Brian Kentzell, Barry Gantor; Most Improved, Scott Walker; Most Inspirational, Brian Framke; Most Valuable: Offense, Robert Reveles; Defense, Shane Porzio; Coach's Award, Robert Gernert. VOLLEYBALL Varsity - Captains, Emily Smith, Mollly Thomas; Most Imrpoved, Celeste Farmer; Most Inspirational, Amanda Brown; Block-U Blanket, Cristy Powers. Junior Varsity • Captains, Lia Cllifton, Hilary Heath; Most Improved, Robin Springer; Most Inspirational, Shannon Gillivrey; Most Valuable, Molly McGehee. TENNIS Varsity - Captains, Mercedes DePamphilis, Maya Crelan, Elena Rosen; Most Improved, Lynette Behnke; Most Inspirational, Elena Rosen; Block-U Blanket, Nina Ward. Continued from Page 6 "If I'm the third receiver, I don't have a problem with that." Rice said. But he has no doubt he'll be able to regain his playmaking form. "If I can't do what I've been doing my entire career, I'm not Awards stepping on that football field." Rice said. Certainly there is no need to rush Rice back - the 49ers (11 -1) have won 11 straight, clinched the NFC West and remain on pace to claim home-field advantage with four games remaining. Continued from Page 6 tremendous work coaches Jerry Drew and Judi Walsh and parents led by meet Director Robin Otto and Mickey Mack and scores of parents of cross-country runners, did in successfully staging last Saturday the first-ever North Coast Section Cross-Country Championships ever held north of the Golden Gate. "It was a beautiful sight. A beautiful experience. I had a perfect view from atop the stepeest hill. I was a standing post, so that no runners would run into a metal post," Gary explained. Incidentally, the varsity girls' cross-country team, with an overall team grade-point average of 3.61 on a 4.0 scale, led the nine Ukiah NCS-honored Scholar-Athlete teams this fall. Other teams earning NCS Scholastic honors included: varsity girls soccer, 3.18; JV soccer girls, 3.32; JV girls cross-country, 3.45; varsity boys cross- country, 3.42; varsity girls volleyball, 3.44; JV girls volleyball, 3.30; and varsity and JV girls tennis. 3.28 and 3.07, respective- iy- Dennis Busse, Athletic Director, then began announcing the individual major awards earned by Ukiah's fall athletes as detailed elsewhere. THE DAY IN SPORTS FOOTBALL National Football League All Times PST AMERICAN CONFERENCE East N.Y. Jets New England Miami BuHalo Indianapolis Central Pittsburgh Jacksonville Tennessee Baltimore Cincinnati West Denver Kansas City Seattle Oakland San Diego W 8 7 7 5 1 10 B 6 4 4 L 4 5 5 7 11 T Pet. PF 0 .667 283 0 .583 288 0 .583 260 0 .417 197 0 .083 205 0 .667 281 0 .667 305 0 .500 257 1 .375 233 0 .333 225 0 .833 355 0 .750 247 0 .500 264 0 .333 278 •0 .333 225 PA 232 216 226 286 328 226 242 228 257 309 187 203 277 313 306 Cincinnati at Philadelphia. 10 a.m. Indianapolis at New England, 10 a.m. New Orleans at Carolina. 10 a.m. New York Jets at BuHalo. 10 a.m. St. Louis at Washington. 10 a.m. San Francisco at Kansas City, 10 a.m. Atlanta at Seattle, 1 p.m. Miami at Oakland, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Arizona. 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at New York Giants. 1 p.m. Denver at San Diego, 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 1 Green Bay at Minnesota. 6 p.m. NFL Individual Leaders Through Week 13 AFC Quarterbacks Elway. Den. George, Oak. Brunell, Jac. Bledsoe, N.E. O'Donnell. NY-J AH Com Yds 360 210 2724 401 220 3025 172 2153 229 2864 165 2039 294 392 324 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L N.Y. Qlants 7 4 Washington 6 s Dallas 6 6 Philadelphia 5 6 Arizona 3 9 Central Green Bay 9 3 Minnesota 8 4 Tajnpa Bay 8 4 Detroit 6 6 Chicago 2 10 Wait x-San Francisco 11 1 Carolina 6 6 Atlanta 4 8 New Orleans 4 8 St. Louis 2 10 x-won division title Sunday's Games Arizona 16, Baltimore 13 Tennessee 31, Buffalo t4 Green Bay 45, Dallas 17 Detroit 32, Indianapolis 10 New England 27. Miami 24 New York Jets 23, Minnesota 21 Atlanta 20. New Orleans 3 Philadelphia 23, Pittsburgh 20 Chicago 13, Tampa Say 7 Carolina 16, St. Louis 10 Cincinnati 31, Jacksonville 26 Kansas City 19, Seattle 14 San Francisco 17, San Diego 10 New York Giants 7, Washington 7, tie Monday's Game Denver 31, Oakland 3 Thursday, Nov. 27 Chicago at Detroit, 9:30 s.m. Tennessee at Dallas, 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 30 Baltimore at Jacksonville, 10 a.m. T Pet. PF PA ill..625 218 207 1 .542 224 176 0' .500 246 213 1 .458 203 244 0' .250 196 262 0 .750 316 234 0 .667 274 262 0 .667 242 192 0 .500 267 230 0 .167 195 322 Rushers Davis, Den. Bettis, Pit. E. George, Ten. Martin, N.E. Kaufman, Oak. Receivers T. Brown, Oak. Smith, Jac. McDutlie, Mia. Rison, K.C. Thigpen, Pit. Alt Yds Avg 312 1469 4.7 287 1318 4.6 276 1124 4.1 254 1094 4.3 215 1088 5.1 No Yds Avg 76 1040 13.7 65 1036 15.9 62 797 12.9 60 830 13.8 57 1016 17.8 TD 18 23 13 21 14 LG 50 34 29 70 83 LG 59 75 55 43 66 Int 7 8 5 12 3 TD 12 4 6 4 6 TD 4 4 1 5 4 New York 9 Orlando 9 Miami 8 New Jersey 7 Boston 7 Philadelphia 3 Washington 4 Central Division Atlanta 11 Charlotte 8 Chicago 8 Milwaukee 7 Cleveland 6 Indiana 5 Detroit 5 Toronto 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W San Antonio 7 Houston 6 Utah 7 Minnesota 6 Vancouver 6 Dallas 3 Denver 0 Pacific Division LA. Lakers 11 Phoenix 7 Seattle 10 Portland 9 Sacramento 4 Golden State 1 L.A. Clippers ' 1 2 3 5 5 6 6 9 12 .692 — .692 — .667 1/2 .636 1 .538 2 .300 4 1/2 .286 5 1/2 .846 — .727 2 .615 3 .583 3 1/2 .500 4 1/2 .455 5 .357 6 1/2 .077 10 Colorado Seattle San Jose 7 .500 4 11 .313 7 12 .294 7 1(2 Pel .583 .545 .538 .500 .429 .250 GB 1/2 1/2 1 2 4 .000 6 1/2 Saturday's Games Portland 79, Atlanta 76 Long Beach 82, San Jos* 76 Sunday's Games Columbus 83, New England 58 Atlanta 81, San Jos* 77, OT Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games No games scheduled Wednesday's Gam* Colorado at San Jose, 7:30 p.m. HOCKEY National Hockey League EASTERN CONFERENCE Pittsburgh Boston Carolina Ottawa Buffalo 12 11 9 9 7 9 9 11 11 11 29 73 26 58 22 66 22 62 18 59 66 59 70 60 67 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division Detroit Dallas SI. Louis Phoenix Chicago Toronto Pacific Division Colorado Los Angeles Anaheim San Jos* Edmonton Vancouver Calgary W 15 15 15 11 9 7 W 11 11 9 9 7 L 6 8 11 14 12 14 15 T Pts GF GA 34 84 34 82 59 61 Carolina at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m. Philadelphia at Buffalo, 4 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at N.Y. Islanders, 4:30 p.m. Montreal at Washington, 4:30 p.m. Colorado at Tampa Bay. 4:30 p.m. Boston at Florida, 4:30 p.m. Ottawa at Detroit, 4:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Dallas, 5:30 p.m. New Jersey at Anaheim, 7:30 p.m. 32 72 52 24 67 60 20 52 63 17 42 62 T Pts GF GA 29 71 26 78 23 58 20 67 61 64 72 75 19 55 76 15 61 81 14 62 81 0 1.000 — 2 .778 3 3 .769 2 .692 3 .333 71/2 10 .091 10 12 .077 11 0 .917 295 149 0 .500 201 224 0 .333 236 295 0 .333 154 245 0 .167 202 281 NFC Quarterbacks S. Young, S.F. Chandler. All. Dilfer. T.B. Favre. G.B. Johnson. Min. Alt Com Yds 262 175 2202 256 152 1987 314 187 2204 399 234 2979 422 260 2919 TD 16 15 19 27 20 Int 5 6 6 14 11 Rushers Sanders, Del. Levens, G.B. E. Smith, Dal. Hearst, S.F. R. Harris, Chi. Receivers Moore, Del. Carter, Min. Rob Moore, Ariz Fryar, Phi. Sanders, Ariz All Yds Avg LG TD 244 1427 5.8 237 1129 4.8 224 941 4.2 227 934 4.1 232 925 4.0 No Yds Avg 83 1036 12.5 74 877 11.9 73 1160 15.9 70 1016 14.5 60 722 12.0 82 52 44 51 68 LG 79 43 47 57 70 TD 5 8 4 5 3 BASKETBALL Sunday's Games Boston 90. Detroit 86 New York 104, Vancouver 84 Chicago 103, Sacramento 88 L.A. Lakers 119, L.A. Clippers 102 Monday's Games Portland 91, Toronto 90 Orlando 95. Washington 87 Utah 133, Minnesota 124, OT Tuesday's Games Detroit at Charlotte. 4:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Miami, 5 p.m. San Antonio at Dallas, 5:30 p.m. Chicago at Seattle, 7 p.m. Now Jersey at Golden State, 7:30 p.m. Denver at Sacramento, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday's Games L.A. Lakers al Boston, 4 p.m. Atlanta at Toronto. 4 p.m. Cleveland at Philadelphia. 4:30 p.m. Miami at Orlando. 5 p.m. Portland at Minnesota. 5 p.m. Vancouver al Milwaukee, 5:30 p.m. Washington al San Antonio. 5:30 p.m. New Jersey al Phoenix. 6 p.m. Sacramento at L.A. Clippers, 7:30 p.m. American Basketball League EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division New Jersey Philadelphia Washington N.Y. Rangers N.Y. Islanders Florida Tampa Bay Northeast Division Montreal W 16 13 13 8 9 7 4 T PU GF GA W 14 9 10 12 16 32 68 29 69 29 73 23 64 22 61 18 48 10 44 38 57 63 64 63 68 78 T Pts GF GA 3 31 76 54 Sunday'* Games Washington 5, Florida 2 Calgary 3, Carolina 3, OT Los Angeles 2, Colorado 1, OT Monday's Games Pittsburgh 5, Buffalo 1 San Jose 2, Montreal 2, tie Dallas 5, Anaheim 0 Tuesday'* Games Vancouver at N.Y. Rangers. 4:30 p.m. San Jose at Toronto, 4:30 p.m. St. Louis at Phoenix, 6 p.m. Chicago at Edmonton, 6 p.m. Wednesday's Games TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL i American League i BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Agreed lo terms with C . Lenny Webster on a one-year contract. Named Eddie | Murray coach. , DETROIT TIGERS—Sold the contract ol OF Jimmy Hurst to the Boston Red Sox. TEXAS RANGERS—Announced a two-year contract I extension on the working agreement with Savannah ofl the South Atlantic League. I TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Named Tim Johnson man- i ager and agreed to terms on a two-year contract. Re- . hired Mel Queen, pitching coach. ; National League t HOUSTON ASTROS—Agreed to terms with OF Dave I Clark on a two-year contract. j LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Agreed lo terms with C Tom Prince on a one-year contract. ! NEW YORK METS—Agreed to terms with 1B John j Olerud on a two-year contract. i PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Agreed to tern* with C Steve Decker, INF Randy Brown and RHP Ken Giard j on one-year contracts. • ' • i..... ( •'- * SAN DIEGO PADRES—Signed RHP Jose Parra. LHP| Al Newman and C Jimmy Gonzalez to minor-league contracts. National Basketball Association EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W Pet GB Columbus New England Atlanta Philadelphia WESTERN CONFERENCE Portland Long Beach W L 11 3 9 7 7 9 5 10 Pet GB .786 — .563 3 .438 5 .333 6 1/2 W L Pet GB 12 4 .750 — 6 .571 3 13-Month CD 6.00 Minimum balance of $1,000. Solid. Published in the Journal Nov. 27, Dec. 4 & 11 then in the Journal Sampler Nov. 25, Dec 2 & 9 Interestingly, our attention takes many forms. When it comes to savings, our attention comes with two great yields. You get the higher rate with our CD. Or if you prefer a little more access to your money, try our Liquid Select Savings. Liquid Select Savings 5 00 vtW> u> "> For balances of $50,000 or more. Liquid. C CAL FED You've Got Our Attention Call 1-800-CAL FED4 for more Information. www.arifMl.com •Minimum lo open Select Savings is $2,500. The tiers and Annual Percentage Yields for the Select Savings are. S0-S2.499, 2.50%; $2,500 lo S9.999.3.50%; $10.000-S24,999,4.50%; S25,000-$49,999,4.75%; $50,000+, 5.00%. APYs accurate as of 11/21/97 and subject to change at any lime, may change (or Select Sav ings aficr account is opened. Fees could reduce earnings. APY (or CD may vary based on muial deposit © 1997 California Federal Bank, FSB. Member FD1C.

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