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PB SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION AUTO RACING Noon — NASCAR Auto Racing, Winston Cup, Tyson Holly Farms 400, ESPN, cable 38. 5 p.m. — NHRA Aulo Racing, Sears Craftsman Nationals, TNN, cable 32. BASEBALL Noon — Major League Baseball, teams TBA, ESPN2. cable 39. 12:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at Montreal, WTBS. cable 42. 1 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs. WON, cable 44. 1:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Cleveland at Kansas City. W1BW. cable 5. 3 p.m. — Major League Baseball, San Diego at Los Angeles. ESPN, cable 38. FOOTBALL Noon — NFL Football, Carolina at Jacksonville or Minnesota at NY Giants, FOX, cable 4,7. Noon — ASA Stock Car Racing, AC Delco Challenge Series, Toledo 400, TNN, cable 32. 3 p.m. — NFL Football, Atlanta at San Francisco, FOX, cable 4, 7. 3 p.m. — NFL Football, Kansas City al San Diego, NBC, cable 3,13. GOLF 7 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf, Vantage Championship, ESPN, cable 38. 8:30 p.m. — PGA Golf, Bulck Challenge, ES- PN, cable 38. 7 p.m. — NFL Football, NY Jets at Washington. TNT, cable 41. SOCCER 7:30 p.m. — Major League Soccer, Kansas City at Dallas. ESPN2. cable 39. TENNIS 4 p.m. — Women's tennis, Federation Cup, ESPN2, cable 39. RADIO BASEBALL 1:10 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Cleveland at Kansas City, KSAL, 1150-AM. FOOTBALL 3 p.m. — NFL Football, Kansas City at San Diego, KINA, 910-AM; KSKG, 99.9-FM. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East Indianapolis Buffalo Miami New England NY Jets Houston Pittsburgh Baltimore Cincinnati Jacksonville Kansas City Denver San Diego Oakland Seattle W 4 3 3 2 0 Central Pet. PF PA 1.000 76 50 .750 56 61 .750 104 57 .500 79 66 .000 46 101 .667 82 60 .667 64 47 .333 49 74 .333 60 68 .250 79 88 West 400 1.000 91 3 1 0 3 1 0 1 3 0 53 .750 102 66 .750 106 97 .250 68 81 .250 61 107 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Philadelphia Washington Arizona Dallas NY Giants Minnesota Green Bay Detroit Chicago Tampa Bay Carolina San Francisco St. Louis Atlanta New Orleans Pet. PF PA .750 87 88 .750 72 40 .250 51 103 .250 64 57 .250 43 87 1.000 90 65 .750 136 56 .500 86 63 .250 55 71 .000 45 99 W L T 3 1 0 3 1 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 Central 400 3 1 0 220 1 3 0 040 West 300 1.000 74 33 2 1 0 .667 68 34 1 2 0 .333 36 67 0 3 0 .000 41 85 .000 60 107 Sunday's games Carolina at Jacksonville, Noon Denver at Cincinnati, Noon Detroit at Tampa Bay, Noon Houston at Pittsburgh, Noon ' Minnesota at NY Giants, Noon New Orleans at Baltimore, Noon Oakland at Chicago, Noon Atlanta at San Francisco, 3 p.m. Green Bay at Seattle, 3 p.m. Kansas City at San Diego, 3 p.m. St. Louis at Arizona, 3 p.m. NY Jets at Washington, 7 p.m. Open date: Buffalo, Indianapolis, Miami, New England Monday' games Dallas at Philadelphia, 8 p.m. High school Friday's games OBERLIN 36, HOXIE 21 Oberlin 16 13 0 7-36 Hoxle 0 7 6 8-21 Oberlin - King 6 run; Safety; Gutchewsky 11 run; Salem 50 pass from Ketterl; Post 12 pass from Kettert; Elwood 27 pass from Kettert. PAT - Jensen 4 kicks. Hoxle - Mauck (3) 2,3 runs, 60 pass from Myer. PAT - A.Koster from P.Koster; Moss kick. LENORA 70, NATOMA 58 Lenora 14 20 16 20 - 70 Natoma 22 20 0 16 - 58 Lenora - Cunningham 16 pass Irom R.Becker; J.Becker (2) 15, 18 passes Irom R.Becker; R.Becker (3) 20, 24, 6 runs; Day (4) 3, 16, 15 tuns, 24 pass Irom R.Becker. PAT - Danlelson pass from R.Becker; Day pass from R.Becker; Day 2 runs; R.Becker run. Natoma - Rnkenblnder (5) 33, 62, 28, 50, 29 runs; R.Clark 40 run; Giles (2) 67,3 passes from RClark. PAT - R.Clark 2 runs; Flnkenblnder 2 runs, pass from R.Clark. CHAPMAN 28, TMP-MARIAN 15 Chapman (2-2) 014 7 7-28 TMP-Marian(1-3) 7 0 0 6-15 Chapman - Small 41 run; Abeldl 18 pass from Krlnhop; Krinhop 1 run; Longoria 4 run. PAT Sandow 4 kicks. TMP-Marlan - Wiley 35 run; Rohr 9 run. PAT - Hotlman kick; Rohr tun. RANSOM 42, BAZINE 22 Ransom (2-2) 8 6 16 12 - 42 Bazlne (1-3) 014 8 0-22 Ransom - Dechant (5) 10,45,59,57,38 runs; Ochs 17 pass Irom Frless. PAT - Albers 2 passes from Frless; Dechant pass Irom Frless. Bazlne - Wllle (2) 52, 7 runs; Schneip 23 interception return. PAT - Wille run, pass Irom Fehrenbach. Auto racing NASCAR lineup NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. (AP) - Lineup lor Sunday's Tyson Holly Farms 400 NASCAR Winston Cup slock car race at North Wilkesboro Speedway, with car number in parentheses, driver, hometown, type of car and qualifying speed In mph: 1. (16) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford Thunderbird, 118.054. 2. (24) Jell Gordon, Piltsboro, Ind., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 117.937. 3. (43) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pontiac Grand Prix, 117.894. 4. (6) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark., Ford Thunderbird, 117.721. 5. (28) Ernie Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Ford Thunderbird, 117.721. 6. (30) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., Ponllac Grand Prix, 117.500. 7. (12) Derrlke Cope, Spanaway, Wash,, Ford Thunderbird, 117.414. 8. (77) Bobby Hillln Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford Thundeibitd, 117.377. 9. (2) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thunderbird, 117.310. 10. (21) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thunderbird, 117.310. 11. (94) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville. Ga., Ford Thunderbird, 117.224. 12. (4) Sterling Martin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 117.200. 13. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 117.108. 14. (99) Jell Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 116.974. 15. (37) Jeremy Maylield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thunderbird, 116.956. 18. (6) Terry Laborte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.938. 17. (16) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Basalt, Colo., Ford Thunderbird, 116.907. 18. (18) Bobby Lebonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.901. 19. (75) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C.. Ford Thunderbird, 116.804. 20. (41) Ricky Craven, Newbuigh, Maine, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.798. 21. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 116.792. 22. (71) Dave Marcls, Wausau. WIs., Chevrolet Monte Carlo. 116.780. 23. (98) John Andretti, Indianapolis, Ford Thunderbird, 118.725. 24. (25) Ken Schrader, Fenton. Mo., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.695. 25. (42) Kyle Petty. Randleman. N.C.. Pontiac Grand Prix. 116.653. 26. (8) Hut StricMIn, Calera. Ala.. Ford Thunderbird, 116.677. 27. (81) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thunderbird. 116.653. 28. (1) Rick Mast, Rockbrldge Balhs. Va., Pontiac Grand Prix. 116.623. 29. (87) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.623. 30. (88) Dale Jarrett. Hickory, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, 115.568. 3t. (11) Brett Bodine. Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, 116.5)4. 32. (23) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford Thunderbird, 116.508. 33. (7) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, provisional. 34. (9) Lake Speed. Jackson, Miss., Ford Thunderbird, provisional. 35. (33) Robert Pressley. Ashevllle, N.C., Chevrolet Monle Carlo, provisional. 36. (29) Jeff Green. Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet Monle Carlo, provisional. 37. (17) Darrell Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky.. Chevrolet Monte Carlo, provisional. NHRA pairings TOPEKA, Kan. |AP) — First-round pairings for Sunday's final eliminations from the eighth annual Sears Craftsman Nationals at Heartland Park Topeka, the 17lh of 19 events in the $27- million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series: Top Fuel 1, Kenny Bernstein, Dallas, 4.605 seconds, 311.20 mph vs. 16, Rhonda Hartman, Willlamston, B.C., 5.042,289.85; 2, Joe Amato, Old Forge, Pa., 4.641, 312.60 vs. 15, Bruce Sarvdr, Bakersfield, Calif., 4.903,295.95; 3, Jim Head, Columbus, Ohio, 4.650, 305.81 vs. 14, Tony Schumacher, Park Ridge, III., 4.856, 302.72; 4, Eddie Hill, Wichita Falls, Texas, 4.652, 308.53 vs. 13, Robert Reehl, Whrttier, Calif., 4.807, 299.40; 5, Mike Dunn, Mount Joy, Pa., 4.671,306.01 vs. 12, Doug Foxworth, Lytle, Texas. 4.798, 291.54; 6, Shelly Anderson, Ontario, Calif., 4.687,313.69 vs. 11, Connie Kalitta, Ypsilanti, Mich., 4.788, 302.01; 7, Larry Dixon, Granada Hills, Calif., 4.723,303.23 vs. 10, Cory McClenalhan, Anaheim, Calif., 4.753,307.27; 8, Bob Vandergriff Jr., Alpharetta, Ga., 4.733, 292.77 vs. 9, Scolt Kalitta, Chelsea, Mich., 4.736,310.13. Funny Car 1, John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Pontiac Firebird, 4.892,309.27 vs. 16, Brad Platt, Butler, N.J., Oldsmoblle Cutlass, 5.235,284.45; 2, Tony Pedregon, Gardena, Calif., Firebird, 4.948, 303.33 vs. 15, Al Hofmann, Umatilla, Fla., Firebird, 5.152,293.63; 3, Cruz Pedregon, Camarillo, Calif., Firebird, 4.950, 312.60 vs. 14, Tom Hoover, Minneapolis, Dodge Avenger, 5.142, 243.96; 4, Dale Pulde, Sylmar, Calif., Ford Mustang, 5.000, 304.76 vs. 13, Del Worsham, Orange, Calif., Cutlass, 5.138, 289.85; 5, Chuck Etchells, Putnam, Conn., Avenger, 5.015, 304.05 vs. 12, Ray Hlgley, San Marcos, Calif., Avenger, 5.131, 251.67; 6, Ken]l Okazaki, Tokyo, Avenger, 5.029, 291.73 vs. 11, Dean Skuza, Brecksvllle, Ohio, Avenger, 5.125, 299.80; 7, Tim Wllkerson, Springfield, III., Avenger, 5.057, 286.35 vs. 10, Mark Oswald, Houma, La., Avenger, 5.109, 283.10; 8, Gary Densham, Bellflower, Calif., Cutlass, 5.086, 299.70 vs. 9, Gary Bolger, Genoa, III., Firebird, 5.108,288.92. Pro Stock 1, Warren Johnson, Duluth, Ga., Firebird, 6.986, 196.93 vs. 16, Billy Huff, Brooks, Ky., Firebird, 7.040, 195.22; 2, Jerry Eckman, Newark, Ohio, Pontiac Trans Am, 6.998,196.BO vs. 15, Tom Martlno, Farmlngdale, N.J., Firebird, 7.037, 195.69; 3 ,Jim Yates, Alexandria, Va., Firebird, 7.000, 196.50 vs. 14, Larry Morgan, Newark, Ohio, Firebird, 7.028,195.73; 4, Chuck Harris, W. Bamstable, Mass., Firebird, 7.004, 196.07 vs. 13, Steve Schmidt, Indianapolis, Cutlass, 7.023,196.46; 5, Mark Pawuk, Bath, Ohio, Firebird, 7.008,196.16 vs. 12, Ray Franks, New Carlisle, Ohio, Cutlass, 7.021, 195.10; 6, Kurt Johnson, Lawrenceville, Ga., Rreblrd, 7.011, 196.12 vs. 11, Bruce Allen, Arlington, Texas, Firebird, 7.020,195.31; 7, Mike Edwards, Broken Arrow, Okla., Cutlass, 7.015,198.12 vs. 10, George Mamell, Las Vegas, Firebird, 7.019, 196.16; B, Pete WHams, Cottondale, Ala., Cutlass, 7.016,195.95 vs, 9, Troy Coughlin, Colum bus, Ohio, Cutlass, 7.019,196.29. Baseball Standings x-New York y-Baltlmore Boston Toronto Detroit x-Cleveland Chicago Milwaukee Minnesota Kansas City AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L 92 69 88 73 84 77 73 88 53 108 Central Division W L 98 61 85 79 76 74 PcL .571 .647 .622 .453 .329 75 82 84 85 West Division Pet. .616 .531 .491 .475 .465 W 89 85 77 70 PcL .553 .531 .478 .437 GB GB 20 22 Vi 24 QB 3V4 12 18Vir x-Texas Seattle Oakland California x-clinched division title y-cllnched playoff berth Friday's results Boston 7, New York 5 Toronto 3, Baltimore 2 Kansas City 11, Cleveland 6 Chicago 4, Minnesota 2 Milwaukee 7, Detroit 6, 5V4 innings, rain Oakland 8, Seattle 1 California 4, Texas 3, 15 innings Saturday's results New York 4, Boston 2 Texas 4, California 3 Baltimore 3, Toronto 2, 10 Innings Seattle 5, Oakland 3, 10 Innings Milwaukee 7, Detroit 2 Cleveland 5, Kansas City 4 Chicago at Minnesota (n) Sunday's games New York (Bones 7-14) at Boston (Gordon 12 9), 12:05 p.m. Baltimore (Wells 11-14) at Toronto (Hentge 19-10), 12:05 p.m. Milwaukee (D'Amlco 6-6) at Detroit (Thomp son 1-6), 12:15 p.m. Chicago (Baldwin 11-6) at Minnesota (Rodriguez 13-14), 1:05 p.m. Cleveland (Ogea 10-5) al Kansas City (Belch er 14-11), 1 :35 p.m. California (Springer 5-5) at Texas (Pavlik 15 8), 2:05 p.m. Seattle (Wolcott 7-10) at Oakland (Small 0-3 3:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division x-Atlanta Montreal Florida New York Philadelphia x-SI. Louis Houston Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh W 87 71 Pet. .596 .540 .500 .441 .410 GB Pet. .546 .500 .497 .472 .447 PcL .659 .559 .509 .422 15Vi 25 30 GB 7'/4 8 12 16 GB 22 Today's schedule SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 BASEBALL Cleveland at Kansas City, 1:30 p.m. FOOTBALL Kansas City at San Diego, 3 p.m. Florida at Houston (n) Sunday's gamea Atlanta (Glavine 15-10) al Montreal (P.Mar- ez 13-10). 12:35 p.m. 'hiladelphla (Dlshman 0-0) at New York ones 12-8), 12:40 p.m. Cincinnati (Lyons 1-0) al St. Louis (Ludwick 01:15 p.m. 'ittsburgh (Uaiza 1-3) at Chicago (Navarro •11). 1:20 p.m. Florida (Helling 2-1) at Houston (Reynolds 16). 1:35 p.m. San Francisco (Watson 8-11) at Colorado (Ritz ), 2:05 p.m. San Diego (Tewksbury 10-10) at Los Angeles .Martinez 15-6), 3:05 p.m. American League INDIANS 5, ROYALS 4 LEVELAND KANSAS CITY ab r h bl 4120 1 4 1 000 1 1 2 000 000 3100 4121 3001 L 65 74 80 90 95 Central Division W L 88 73 80 80 80 81 76 85 72 89 West Division W L y-Los Angeles 90 71 y-San Diego 90 71 Colorado 82 79 San Francisco 88 93 x-clinched division title y-cllnched playoff berth Friday's results Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 4,10 Innings, 1st gam Chicago 10, Pittsburgh 9,2nd game Florida 3, Houston 2 Atlanta 8, Montreal 4 Philadelphia 6, New York 5 St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1,11 innings San Francisco 9, Colorado 3 San Diego 5, Los Angeles 2,10 innings Saturday's results SI. Louis 5, Cincinnati 2 San Francisco 8, Colorado 5 Pittsburgh 8, Chicago 7,10 Innings San Diego 4, Los Angeles 2 New York 4, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 4, Montreal 0 ftoncf etlzer1b lome 3b 3clle If ancodh Rmrzrf enl2b Almrc zquel ss Otfmnss Randa 3b RbMyr cf KYng ph DHwrd ss Roberts II Paqtte 1b Damon rf Sweeny dh Mcfrtne c Lckhrt 2b Srynes ph TGdwncf Totals abrhbl 4021 4020 4012 1000 0000 5000 5010 5120 2100 3110 3111 1010 0000 34 5 9 5 Totals 37 411 4 leveland 110 002 100—5 antes City 040 000 000-4 E—SAIomar (9). DP—Kansas City 1. LOB— leveland 4, Kansas City 11. 28—Seltzer 2 5), SAIomar (23), Damon (22). HR-Belle 48), SAIomar (11). SB—Offerman (24), Damon (25). CS—Offerman (11). S—Offerman. SF— izquet. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland McDowell 5 84434 erckerW,4-6 1 10001 lunk 1 10010 nAnderson 1-31 0 0 0 0 avarez 1-300001 mbree 1-300000 lesaS.39 1 00001 Kansas City aney 6 64413 canlanL,0-1 2 31101 ulsman 1 00002 WP—Haney. Umpires—Home, Ford; First, Meriwether; econd, Evans; Third, McCoy. T—2:55. A—19,820(40,625). Finley L.15-16 51-3 7 4 3 6 5 Grimsley 2-30001 1 Ellis 2 00031 Texas DOIiverW.14-6 6 51124 Alberro 1 32200 Vosberg 1-320000 Heredia S.1 12-300002 WP—Finley. Umpires—Home, Welke; First, Brlnkman; Second. Kaiser; Third. Cousins. T—3:00. A-45.651 (49,178). ORIOLES 3, BLUE JAYS 2 ALTIMORE TORONTO abrhbl yAdsn cf 4010 Almr2b 5111 .a!!e 3b 4100 Pmro 1b 4020 lonllla if 3000 arenl c 0000 Rpken ss 4020 uiray dh 4000 urhofflf 4121 ollesc 3000 vraux rf 1000 ottli altlmore oronto 36382 Brmddcf Crespo 2b COIgdodh Carter If Sprgue 3b Olerud 1b Samuel 1b Green rf .RPerez rf AGnzIz ss SMrtnz c O'Brien ph Totals 000 001 abrhbl 5000 5000 4110 3010 4122 3000 1000 2000 0000 3000 3010 1000 3425 2 100 1—3 000 001 001 0—2 DP—Baltimore 1, Toronto 2. LOB—Baltimore Toronto 6. 28—CRIpken (40), Surhoff (27). R—RAIomar (22), Surhotl (21), Sprague (36). IP H RER BB SO Baltimore lussina 8 41129 enltez 1-31 1 1 01 Myers W.4-4 12-3 0 0 0 1 2 Toronto lanson 8 62236 )nJohnson 11-31 0 0 0 1 poljarlc L.2-2 2-311101 Umpires—Home, Joyce; First, McKean; Sec- >nd, None; Third, Hendry. T—3:00. A—36,316 (50,516). YANKEES 4, RED SOX 2 NEW YORK BOSTON abrhbl 3000 3111 0100 3000 1000 3000 4121 3112 4000 2000 2000 4010 32 4 6 4 Bragg cf Frye2b Cnseco ph MVghn tb Jftrson dh Gmwll If Tlnsley cf NGcpra ss Hslman c Pmbrtnrf Pozo3b O'Lery ph Totals 021 abrhbl 4110 4110 1000 4020 4030 4000 0000 4000 4000 3020 3000 1000 36 29 0 000 010—4 Raines If BeWmscf RRivra d O'Neill dh Posada dh Slrwbr rl Hayes 3b Aldrete 1b DJeterss Leyritzc Girardlc Fox2b 'otals New York Boston 100 000 010—2 E—DJeter 2 (22). DP—New York 1. LOB— New York 5, Boston 9. 2B—Bragg (26). HR— BeWllllams (29), Aldrete (6). SB—RRivera (6), Fox (11), Frye (18), Pemberton (3). IP H RER BB SO New York 'ettltte 2 21012 vlendoza W.4-5 4 30003 Boehringer 1 00001 MRivera 1 21103 Wetteland S,43 1 20001 Boston Clemens L.10-13 72-3 5 4 4 4 10 Eshelman 1-300000 Brandenburg 1 00001 HBP—by MRivera (Bragg). Umpires—Home, O'Nora; First, Rellly; Second, Cederslrom; Third, Garcia. T—2:59. A—33,612 (33,871). MARINERS 5, ATHLETICS 3 SEATTLE OAKLAND abrhbl 5220 2000 2111 3001 5000 3110 4021 4122 4000 3000 1000 0000 36 5 8 5 abrhbl 4021 4000 3000 4000 2221 0000 2000 3000 0000 3010 4121 4010 33383 100 010 100 2—6 010 011 000 0-3 TBIsta2b Broslus 3b Beiroart McGwr1b Stnbchc Molina c GoWIm c Lesher If KeMre cf Spiezlo dh Young cf Bordlck ss Totals BREWERS 7, TIGERS 2 MILWAUKEE DETROIT abrhbl 3100 5242 0000 4012 1000 4000 3101 4012 5010 3210 2100 34 7 87 Vina2b Cirlllo 3b Loretla 3b Nilsson 1b Unroe 1b Jaha dh JsVlnln ss Mieske If Bmlzrl GeWms cf tevis c Totals Milwaukee Detroit Pride dh Csnova ph MLewls 2b Frymnss Hggnsn rl TCIark 1b Nleves rf Nevln 3b Asmus c Bartee cf Hialtph Totals ab r h bl 4010 000 0 1 0 000 0 1 0 000 2211 4020 2001 3000 0000 322 62 001 031 002—7 000 000 101-2 E—Nilsson (7). DP—Milwaukee 1. LOB—Milwaukee 9, Detroit 8. 2B—Cirlllo 2 (45), Mieske (24), Bumitz (14), GeWllliams (18), Pride (17), Hlgglnson (35), Nevin (5). 3B—Nllsson (2). HR—Nieves (24). S—Vina. SF—Ausmus. IP H RER BB Milwaukee Eldred W.4-4 DJones Villone Detroit 5 3 1-3 2-3 SO 6 11-3 12-3 Moehler L.0-1 MMyers BrWilliams Moehler pitched to 2 batters in the 6th. WP—Moehler. Umpires—Home, Culbrelh; First, Johnson; Second, Young; Third, Barren. T—3:06. A—12,939 (52,416). National League METS 4, PHILLIES 2 PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Oterocf 4000 Ochoarf 4000 Retfrdss 4010 Everett It 4120 Blazlerp 0000 Uhnsncf 4110 Doster2b 4020 Hndleyc 2100 Amarotf 3000 Huskey3b 3112 Zuber 1b 4000 Plgne 1b 2001 MgeeJtK 3000 Hrdtke2b 2000 SefclkSb 4110 Bogarss 2011 Esllellac 3112 Personp 2000 Madurop 2000 Wllacep 0000 RJrdan p 0000 Parrattp 0000 Stacker ss 1000 Totals 32 2 5 2 pp"ndelphla New Vork VndrWI ph 1000 Totals 38 812 8 Tottli 36 511 S San Francisco 100 222 010—8 Colorado 101 200 010-5 E—EYoung (12), OMcCracken (6). LOB— San Francisco 10, Colorado 5. 2B—Mueller'. (15), GHIII (26), OMcCracken (13), Galarraga (38), Decker (3), Rekar (1). 3B—DxJones (2). HR—Batiste (3), Burks (40). SB—Burks (32). CS-JCruz (1), EYoung (19), QMcCracken (6). S—Bourgeois. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Bourgeois 4 94413 Carlson W.1-0 32-3 2 1 1 0 2 DeLucIa 1-300001 BeckS,35 1 00000 Colorado Rekar 4 53340 Burke L.2-1 2 64401 Holmes 3 11023 Umpires—Home, Ponclno; First, Davidson; Second, Gregg; Third, Pull!. T—2:40. A—48,042 (50,200). CARDINALS 5, REDS 2 CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl EOwns H 4011 OSmtth ss 4011 Morris 1b 4010 McGee cf 4130 Slfvn p 0000 Gant If 5112 Boone 2b 4000 BJrdn rf 3010 EAPrez 3b 4000 Sweney rf 1110 KtMthl d 2000 Gaettl 3b 4030 Howard ph 0000 Mabrytb 3000 CGttwn ct 0100 Shaffer c 3000 Larkln ph 1000 AnBns p 0000 Frdyce c 2000 Hnyctt p 0000 Tbnseec 0100 Alicea2b 2100 Mttla rf 2000 DnJksn p 3111 LHrris rf 1011 Pgnozzl c 1000 Bmson ss 3000 Morgan p 1000 JOIrverph 1000 WGme 1b 1000 Totals 30 2 3 2 Totals Cincinnati St. Louis 33 511 4 000 000 020—2 002 002 10x— 5 E— KtMllchell (1), Allcea (24). DP— Cincinnati 1, St. Louis 1. LOB— Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 10. 2B— McGee (15), DnJackson (2). 38— Gaettl (4). HR— Gant (30). CS— McGee (2). IP H RER BB SO Cross country State college TABOR INVITATIONAL Man Team scores Hutehlnson 18, Tabor 61, Kansas Wesleyan 94, Pratt 95, Sterling 101. Top 5 Individual* 1. Evans, HCC, 26:34; 2. Wolfe, HCC, 26:43; 3. Jost. T, 26:51; 4. Strydem, HCC. 27:00; 5. Montano, HCC, 27:42. Kansas Wealeyan runnera 10. Sawyer. 28:30; 14. Druse, 28:45; 15. Elletl, 29:18; 27. Jarboe, 33:44; 34. Toelle. 37:11. Women Team score* Sterling 13, Hutehlnson 15, Kansas Wesleyan 23, Pratt 48, Dodge City 62. Top 5 Individuals 1. Dreckman, S, 19:56; 2. Colvin, S, 20:19; 3. Schaar, HCC, 20:30; 4. Erickson, KW, 20:32; 5. Allmon, HCC, 20:34. Kansas Wasleyan runnera 8. Theer, 20:50; 11. Derkson, 21:13; 13. Wheeler, 21:32; 14. Roberts, 21:58; 15. Terpen- Ing, 22:37. Tennis Totals 25 45 4 000 000 020—2 000 000 40x—4 E—Everett (7). OP—New York 1. LOB— Philadelphia 5, New York 2. 2B—Doster (8), Everett (8), Huskey (16). HR-Estalella (2). SB—Everett (6). S—Bogar, Person. SF— Petagine. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Madura L.0-1 6 54414 RJordan 1-300010 Parrett 2-300000 Blazier 1 00001 New York Person W.4-5 8 52215 Wallace S,3 1 00010 Maduro pitched to 4 batters In the 7th. Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Tata; Second, Hohn; Third, Rapuano. T—2:02. A—16,801 (55,777). PIRATES B, CUBS 7 PITTSBUHQH CHICAGO abrhbl 5021 McRaed 4011 Jnlngs rf 0000 1011 0000 0000 5000 5000 4110 5110 3110 2110 1111 3221 2001 2111 Alnwlhcf CGrcIa 2b LJeberp Llriano ph Ertcksp Plesac p Merced rf MJhnsn1b Sveum 3b JBellss Bamon If Wehner If Kendall c Wmack2b Schmdtp Osikc Grace 1b Sndbrg 2b Gnzalez If Glnvlle ph Servaisc LGmez 3b Mgdanph JHmdzss Huston 3b Snchezss Bullett ph Shmprt3b Kschric ph Wndell p Trchsel p BBrwn ph Caslanp Foster p BPttrsnp Tmmns ph Haney ss Totals Cora 2b ARdrgz ss Sheets ss GrfyJrcf EMrtnz dh Buhner if Srrento 1b Whllen If DHIIns 3b DWIIsnc ADIaz ph Wldgerc Totals Seattle Oakland DP—Seattle 2. LOB—Seattle 8, Oakland 8. 2B—Cora (37), Sheets (8), Sorrento (32), Whiten (7). HR—Whiten (12), Stelnbach (35). CS—TBatlsta (3), Bordlck (6). S—ARodriguez, CSplezlo. SF—Grittey Jr. IP H RER BB SO Seattle Hitchcock 71-3 8 3 3 2 3 MJackson 1-300010 McCarthy 2-3000 1 0 CarmonaW,8-3 1 00020 CharllonS,20 2-300010 Oakland Wasdln 7 43321 Mohler 1-300000 Taylor 12-31 0 0 1 1 AcreL,1-3 2-3322 1 0 Groom 1-300010 WP—Hitchcock, Charlton. Umpires—Home, Merrill; First, Scott; Second, Phillips; Third, Roe. T-3:28. A-30,057 (42,012). RANGERS 4, ANGELS 3 CALIFORNIA TEXAS abrhbl abrhbl Erstad rf 5010 Buford cf 3111 Schfeld 2b 4110 Frazler If 3010 Salmon dh 5022 LOrtiz dh 5121 Arias 3b 4111 Stevens 1b 2000 Prtchlttb 4010 Voigtrf 4000 Greene c 3000 RGnzIs 3b 4100 Fbrgas c 1010 SUM 2b 2110 OPImrocf 4020 Gilss 3021 CTrra It 2000 Brown c 1001 Edmnscf 1000 Enhomss 3110 CDavis ph 1000 DSrcna ss 0000 Totals 37 310 3 California Texas abrhbl 5010 5010 5121 6120 2210 1000 5121 1000 0000 0000 1000 2011 1000 0000 1111 0000 3000 1000 0000 0000 0000 1112 0000 Totals 428127 Totals 407128 Pittsburgh 020 100 103 1-6 Chicago 003 000 004 0-7 E—Womack (2), Servals (11), Sanchez (10). LOB—Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 14. 2B—JAI- lensworth 2 (9), Sveum (4), Wehner (9), McRae (32). HR—Kendall (3), Grace (9), Tlmmons (7). SB—Womack (2), Osik (1). CS—McRae (9). S—Osik, Servals. SF—Sanchez. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Schmidt 6 93341 Lleber 2 00041 Erlcks 2-32431 1 Plesac W.6-5 11-3 1 0 0 0 1 Chicago Trachsel 7 64316 Caslan 1 00001 Foster 1-333200 BPatlerson 2-31 0000 Wendell L.4-5 1 21101 HBP—by Trachsel (Kendall). WP—Schmidt, Erlcks. PB—Servais. Umpires—Home, DeMuth; First, Darling; Second, Relitord; Third, Quick. T—3:54. A—29,729 (38,765). Cincinnati Morgan L.6-11 5 62224 Remlinger 2-3322 1 0 Salkeld 11-32 1 1 1 2 Sullivan 1 00001 St. Louis DnJackson W.1-1 7 10006 AnBenes 2-322221 Honeycutt S,4 11-300001 Umpires— Home, Gorman; First, Hernandez; Second, Marsh; Third, Winters. T-2:40. A-52,876 (57,078). BRAVES 4, EXPOS 0 ATLANTA MONTREAL abrhbl Grssom cf 2000 Grdzln ss DwSmt rf 2012 Andnvs ph Mrdcal2b 3111 Lnslng2b Lomon p 0000 Segul 1b CpJnesph 1000 Alourf Wadep 0000 HRdigzl! Pndlton 3b 2000 Grrero rf Polonia If 2010 RWhlte cf McGrfMb 2010 DFIchrc Gvnla 3b 2000 Chavez c Klesko It 2000 Sntngto3b Ayraultc 1000 MLellrp Dye rf 2111 Manuel p Grfno 2b 2000 Obando ph Blauserss 1100 Slvestriss Blllardss 1000 EdPrez c 4000 AJones d 3110 Totals 32 4 6 4 Totals 33 0 6 0 Atlanta 000 040 000-4 Montreal 000 000 000—0 E—Blauser (23). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Atlanta 4, Montreal 10.2B—Alou 2 (28), RWhlte 2 (19). HR—Mordecal (2), Dye (12). SB—Blauser (6), AJones (3), RWhlte (14). CS-OwSmtlh (3). abrhbl 4000 1000 4000 4000 4030 2010 2000 4020 2000 2000 0000 2000 0000 1000 1000 IP H RER BB SO Atlanta GMaddux 2 20012 WoodallW,2-2 2 10014 Lomon 3 10000 Hartgraves 1 10000 Wade 1 10013 Montreal MLelterL,8-12 .42-3 5 4 4 1 2 Manuel 21-3 1 0 0 0 2 Dyer 2 00002 Umpires—Home, Halllon; First, Crawford; Second, Montague; Third, Reiker. T—2:22. A—34,125 (46,500). Late boxscore FRIDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE ANGELS 4, RANGERS 3 CALIFORNIA TEXAS abrhbl 6000 7010 6120 7110 5221 7063 6000 3010 0000 3000 1000 1000 2010 State college FORT HAYS STATE 8, TABOR 1 Singles No. 1 - Roberts, FH, del. Morris, 6-3,6-1; Ho. 2 - Moore, FH, del. Rlggenbach, 7-6 (7-4), 6-3; No. 3 - Flower, FH, del. Henne, 6-3, 6-2; No. 4 - Horan, FH, del. Unruh, 6-1,6-1; No. 5 - Olsen, FH, del. Seibel, 6-0,6-0; No. 6 - Gottschalk, FH, del. Boldl, 6-2,8-2. Doubles No. 1 - Morris-Riggenbach, T, del. Roberts- Flower, 3-6,6-1,6-4; No. 2 - Moore-Horan, FH, del. Henne, Seibel, 6-1, 6-0; No. 3 - Olsen-Balley, FH. del. Untuh-Boldt, 6-0,6-2. High school SALINA SOUTH INVITATIONAL Team scores Salina Central 34, Russell 22, Abilene 20, Sail- na South 20, Junction City 10, Manhattan 5. No. 1 singles Championship - Wendt, R del. Seaton, SC, B-1. Third place - Jackson, A del. Mueting, SS, 86. Fifth place - Chal, M del. Helnlcke, JC, 8-4. No. 2 singles Championship - Dunlap, SS del. Stroer, SC, 8-3. Third place - Gucclone, A del. Homeler, R, 84. Filth place - Gwaltney, JC del. Johnson, M, 94 (7-2). No. 1 doubles Championship - Warrington-Hamman, SC del. Boiler-Edwards, JC, 8-6. Third placs - Stredney-Whltehalr, A del. Kunlzsch-Schmldtberger, R, 8-3. Fifth place - Caspar-Shoop, M del. Klnnaird- Chace, SS, 8-2. No. 2 doubles Championship - Mlze-Tumqulst, SC del. Day-Kelley, SS, 8-0. Third place - Blles-Ganske, R del. Bielefeld- Wolford, A, 6-5. Fifth place - Wooten-Hoag, M del. McMahon- Witt, JC, 8-8. Soccer Hmltoncf IRdrgzc ' Greerlf JGnzlzrt WCIark 1b Palmer 3b Tttleton dh Frazler pr McLmr2b Elster ss Newsonph Gilss Stevens ph RGnzIs ss SUIwell ph Totals 54 414 4 Totals California 000 010 100 000 002-4 Texas 001 010 000 000 001-3 DP—California 1, Texas 3. LOB—California 12, Texas 15.2B—Snow (20), Greer (41). HR— Salmon (30), Palmer (38). SB—Greer (8). CS— GAnderson (9). S—Arias. SF—Greer. IP H RER BB Velarde 2b Sncwlb Edmns cf CDavis dh Salmon if GAndsnlf DSrcna ss Fbrgas c OPImro pr Greenec Arias 3b Erstad ph Schleld 3b abrhbl 6000 4100 6021 6011 6010 7121 5020 0000 6010 2100 1000 0000 1000 1000 1000 52 393 PADRES 4, DODGERS 2 SAN DIEGO LOS ANGELES abrhbl 3010 0000 0000 5022 4111 4110 5010 4021 4000 4110 2000 1000 1110 abrhbl 3000 4110 3011 4010 4110 4000 3011 0000 0000 3000 1000 2000 0000 1000 Totals 37 4104 Totals 32 2 5 2 San Diego 000 002 020—4 Los Angeles 011 000 000-2 E—CGomez (13), Mondesi (12), DeShlelds (17). LOB—San Diego 11, Los Angeles 6.2B— CGomez 2 (16), Karros (29). HR—Finley (30). SB—RHenderson 2 (37), Hollandsworth (21). CS—Finley (8), DeShields(11). RHdsn If Bcllrp Hitman p TGwynrf Finley ct Cminiti 3b Joyner1b CGmez ss BJhnsn c JoReed2b Ashbyp Lvngst ph GVghn If Klrbycf Hlndsw If Piazza c Karros tb Mndsiri Wllach 3b DeShld 2b Ashley ph Fnvllle pr Gagness Hanson ph Nomop Drifort p DCIark ph Totals San Diego Ashby TlWorrell W.9-7 Bochller Hoffman S.41 Los Angeles Nomo Radinsky DreilortL,1-4 Gulhrie Osuna IP 5 2 1 1 62-3 1-3 2-3 1-3 1 H RER BB SO California Dickson James Perclval Holtz Harris W.2-0 Gohr S,1 Texas KHill Russell Cook DPatterson Vosberg Henneman Stanton Whlteslde L.0-1 72-3 11-3 2 2-3 3 1-3 7 1-3 2-3 2-3 12-3 12-3 1 2 SO 3 2 3 1 3 1 7 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 College men KANSAS WESLEYAN 2, TABOR 0 Kansas Wesleyan 11—2 Tabor 00-0 Scoring First half — KW: Calvo (unassisted), 3rd minute. Second half — KW: Ranieri (Calvo), 82nd. Shots on goal-KW 20, T 7. Saves — KW 4,T 8. College women TABOR 3, KANSAS WESLEYAN 1 Kansas Wesleyan 01 — 1 Tabor 21—3 Scoring First half — T: Greb (unassisted), 13th; Wlnslow (unassisted), 31 st. Second half — T: Waugh (unassisted), 53rd; KW: Robinson (Manclno), 72nd. Shots on goal-KW 9, T 6. Saves — KW 7, T 5. Volleyball Umpires—Home, Cousins; First, Welke; Second, Brinkman; Third, Kaiser. T-5:08. A-48,764 (49,178). Golf Seniors scores CLEMMONS, N.C. (AP)—Top 10 scores Saturday after the second round of the $1.5 million Vantage Championship, played on the 6,680- yard, par-71 (35-36) Tanglewood Park Golf Club course: J.C. Snead 66-68—134 Gary Player 7045—135 Jim Colbert 65-70—135 Ray Floyd 69-67-136 Hale Irwln 69-67—138 Simon Hobday 69-68—137 Rick Acton 66-71—137 DeWltl Weaver 66-71—137 Don January 66-71—137 KermilZartey 66-71—137 LPGA scores CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Top 10 scores Saturday alter the third round ol the $500,000 Fieldcrest Cannon Classic, played on the 6,318- yard, par-72 Peninsula Club course: Totals 2747 4 000 001 200-3 100 111 OOx—4 E—Arias (10), Gil (1). LOB—California 9, Texas 11. 28—Frazler (2), Slillwell (4). 3B— Salmon (4), LOrtiz (1). HR—Arias (6), Bulord (6), LOrtiz (1). CS—OPalmelro (1), Frazier (2), Gil (1). S—Slillwell. SF—Brown. IP H HER BB SO Cslllomls Umpires—Home, Rlppley; First, Williams, C.; Second, Hirschbeck, M.; Third, Froemmlng. T—3:18. A—52,977 (56,000). GIANTS 8, ROCKIES 6 SAN FRANCISCO COLORADO abrhbl abrhbl OxJnes d 3211 EYng 2b 5020 Muelr 2b 5231 QMCrk cf 4011 JCruz If 5122 Burks II 3221 GHill rt 5132 Glrrga 1b 4011 DWIsn Ib 4000 Bchotle rl 4000 Batiste3b 5112 Caslilla3b 4120 Beckp 0000 JOwensc 1000 Jnsenc 3100 Decker c 3111 WDelgado ss 4 0 2 0 Weiss ss 1000 Brgeois p 1000 NPerez ss 3000 RWIknsph 1000 Rekar p 1110 Carisonp 1000 Cckrellph 1011 CnlzaroZb 1000 Holmesp 1000 Dottle Pepper Dale Eggeling Kim Saiki Gall Graham Trlsh Johnson Kris Tschetter Cindy Haley BarbMucha Donna Andrews Robin Hood 684748-203 684948—205 6847-70-205 6747-71—205 67-7148—206 68-7346—207 704948—207 704849-207 6849-70—207 65-71-71—207 Local pairings SALINA COUNTRY CLUB LADIES October 1 Cram, Opdyke, A.Dennlng; Mlllikan, Ferguson, Lorenz, Clovls; Triplet!, Martin, B.Payne, Me- Murtrie; Bloom, B.Anderson, Geisendort; Roderick, J.Brown, Cosser; Byrne, J,Anderson, Dreler, Ferson; B.GInlher, Stutterhelm, L.Matson, Howard; King, Haddock, Beets, Shottenkirk; Mattson, Shlmp, A.Payne; D.Payne, M.Brown, AXers, Jones; B.Marshall, lebarin, Lynch, Stainbrook; J.Dennlng, MABrown, LGinther, Hagen; Harder, Plckrell, Pearce, Parrlotl; K.Brown, Allen, Knox, Engleman. College scores AT QUNNISON, COLO. Western State del. Fort Hays State, 15-2,157,15-10 High school NEWTON INVITATIONAL Pool play Wichita Heights def. Buhler, 15-10,15-11; Wichita Carroll def. Newton, 15-9, 15-5; Salina South def. Hutehlnson, 15-12,7-15,15-7; Salina Central del. Kapaun Ml. Carmel, 15-5,15-9; Emporia def. Wichita Heights, 15-7,15-9; Newton del. McPherson, 15-9,16-14; Salina South del. Buhler, 15-4,15-8; Wichita Carroll del. Kapaum Ml. Carmel, 15-1,15-12; Emporia def. Hutchln- son, 15-9, 15-10; Salina Central def. McPherson, 15-9,9-15,15-10; Kapaun Ml. Carmel del. Newton, 11-15,15-4.15-2; Salina South del. Wichita Hlghts, 15-8, 9-15,15-12; Wichita Carroll def. McPherson, 15-3,15-3; Emporia def. Buhler, 15-10,154; Salina Central def. del. Newton 15-9,15-8; Wichita Heights def. Hutchinson, 115,15-8,15-8; Kapaun Ml. Carmel del. McPherson, 15-7,15-3; Emporia del. Salina South, 158,15-10; Wichita Carroll def. Salina Central, 156,15-4; Hutchinson def. Buhler, 15-6,15-3. Consolation Salina Central del. Salina South, 13-15,15-9, 15-13. Championship Wichita Carroll del. Emporia, 15-7,15-9. HERINGTON INVITIONAL Pool A - Centre def. Wakefleld, 11-15,15-10, 15-9; Herington del. Abilene, 15-13,11 -15,15-8; Abilene def. Centre, 15-9,15-9; Herington def. Wakefleld, 15-4, 15-5; Centre def. Herington, 15-6,154; Abilene del. Wakelield, 15-2,15-2. Pool B - Chase County def. Sacred Heart, 1511, 15-8; Lincoln def. White City, 15-11, 7-15, 15-13; Sacred Heart del. Lincoln, 15-5, 15-2; Chase County def. White City, 13-15,15-6,1513; Sacred Heart def. White City, 15-10,15-1; Chase County def. Lincoln, 15-7,15-5. Semifinals - Sacred Heart del. Abilene, 15-2, 14-16,15-13; Chase County def. Centre, 15-0, 15-10. Third place - Abilene del. Centre, 15-4,1513. Championship - Sacred Heart def. Chase County, 15-6,15-10. JEWELL QUADRANGULAR Hlllcrest def. Chester-Hubbell-Byron, Neb. 158,4-15,15-11; Hillcresl del. White Rock, 13-15, 15-6,15-8; Hillcresl del. Jewell, 15-8,15-6. OSBORNE ROUND-ROBIN Osbome del. Downs, 15-3, 15-8; Logan del. Sylvan, 15-5,15-11; Logan def. Downs, 15-10, 15-4;0sborne def. Sylvan, 15-11,13-15,15-11; Sylvan del. Downs, 8-15, 15-10, 15-9; Logan del. Osborne, 15-10,12-15,15-7. WAMEGO INVITATIONAL Pool play - Wamego del. Council Grove 15-7, 16-14; Wamego def. Chapman, 15-13, 16-6; Wamego def. Nemaha Valley, 15-3,15-11. Semifinals — Wamego def. Rlley County, 1510,15-6. Finals —Wamego del. Nemaha Valley, 15-5, 15-11, Junior varsity JUNCTION CITY INVITATIONAL Pool play - Salina South del. Topeka High, 154,15-8; Salina South del. Topeka West, 1511,15-9; Topeka Hayden def. Salina South, 159,15-8. Semifinals — Salina South def. Salina Central, 15-1,15-3. Finals — Topeka Hayden del. Salina South, 16-17,16-10,15-0. Junior high AT SOLOMON Salina South def. SE Saline, 18-14,15-10 Hope del. Salina South, 15-3,15-5 Salina South def. St. Xavler, 13-15,15-6,15-3 SPORTS DIGEST Auto pacing LONDON — Damon Hill shouldn't be expected to challenge again next year for the Formula Orie championship. One the verge of clinching his first title after being fired by Williams-Renault, j Hill has signed to drive next year for TWR Ar- , rows, a team that is winless on the circuit. Meah- while, Hill will concentrate on the Oct. 13 seasori- ending Japanese Grand Prix, where he needs ( just one point in his final race for Williams to win the title. NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. — Mark Martin, driving in only his second NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race, ran off to an easy victory Sat urday in the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse 250 at North Wilkesboro Speedway. The Winston Cup regular, driving a Ford truck entered by Roush Racing, took the lead with 73 laps remaining on the .625-mile oval and went on to beat truck series regular Jack Sprague to the fir - ish line by 0.78-seconds — about six lengths. Auto racing BERLIN — An injured right elbow forced WBA light heavyweight champion Virgil Hill to reschedule his fight against Germany's Henry Maske on Saturday. Hill was injured in sprar- ring and now plans to fight Maske, who holds the IBF version of the belt, on Nov. 23 in Munich, Germany instead of Oct. 12. Cycling SEGOVIA, Spain — Tony Rominger of Switzerland sprinted to victory in the individual timed trial in Saturday's 21st stage of the Tour df Spain and moved into third place in the overall! standings of the cycling race. Meanwhile, Switzerland's Alex Zuelle widened his overall lead with one day left in the 2,447-mile chase. ! Rominger covered the 26-mile course Saturday in 53 minutes and 37 seconds, vaulting out of fifth | place in the standings. Zuelle leads the field by \ 6:23. Laurent Dufaux is his closest challenger, i Zuelle finished 13 seconds behind Rominger on I Saturday. I Golf The third round of the Buick Challenge was ] postponed at 1:15 p.m. due to heavy rains. None j of the leaders was on the course when play was i halted. The tournament will resume this morn-1 ing as a 54-hole event. | CORNELIUS, N.C. — The rest of the field at trie Fieldcrest Cannon Classic should be thankful ! Dottie Pepper made just one bogey Saturday. 1 Pepper, bidding for her fifth victory in her last [ nine LPGA tour events, responded to her lone ] miscue with three consecutive birdies, pro- i pelling her to a 4-under-par 68 and a two-shot I lead heading into Sunday's final round. "It kindj of got me going. I was a little disappointed," Perf per said of her errant approach shot that led to a bogey on the 379-yard 12th hole at the Peninsula Club. Closest to Pepper, who finished three touris of the 6,318-yard layout in 13-under 203, were \ Dale Eggeling, defending champion Gail Graharji and Kim Saiki. Eggeling carded a 68, Saiki a 70 ] and Graham a 71. | CLEMMONS, N.C. — Some of the more impoif- tant things in J.C. Snead's life these days are ] tending to his farm in the Virginia mountains j and getting ready for hunting season. The i nephew of the great Sam Snead also finds time t|o poke fun at many things, among them his golf | game, calling himself "one of the also-rans" on j the Senior Tour. But Snead, who has won more ; than $645,000 this season, is becoming far from a run-of-the-mill golfer on the over-50 circuit. He ! birdied four of his final eight holes Saturday in ] swirling winds and under threatening skies to ] take a one-shot lead after two rounds of the $1.5 r million Vantage Championship. ! ! { DUBLIN, Ireland — Paul Broadhurst fired a 4,under-par 68 Saturday to share the third-round j lead in the European Open with Costantino Roci ca of Italy at 206. Rocca, who was tied for the ! halfway lead, shot a 69 on Saturday. One stroke ] behind the co-leaders was Sweden's Per-Ulrik Johansson, who fired a 66 in the third round. i Tennis BASEL, Switzerland — In the battle of the two Grand Slam champions, U.S. Open champion Pete Sampras defeated French Open winner Yevge|- ny Kafelnikov, 7-6 (7-4), 6-3, Saturday in the semifinals of the $1 million Swiss Indoors tennis touir- nament. Playing in his first tournament since | winning the U.S. Open, the top-seeded Sampras | will meet Germany's Hendrik Dreekmann in the final Sunday. Dreekmann beat Jiri Novak of the! Czech Republic 7-5, 6-4 in the other semifinal 1 match. ] i ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Monica Seles and 1 Lindsay Davenport gave the United States a coir)- manding 2-0 lead Saturday in the best-of-5 Fed | Cup, threatening Spain's three-year reign as the world's top women's tennis team. Seles, the 1 world's top-ranked player, dispatched Conchita | Martinez 6-2, 6-4 and then Davenport rallied to | top Arantxa Sanchez Vicario 7-5, 6-1, winning 10 of the final 11 games after overcoming a 5-3 firsli set deficit. Davenport's pivotal victory, her sec-1 ond straight over Sanchez Vicario after five pref vious losses, puts the United States one point j from capturing its first Fed Cup since 1990. It I will have three opportunities today. 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