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B2 MONDAY. SEPTEMBER an, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule i TELEVISION I FOOTBALL < p.m. — NFL Football, Dallas at Philadelphia ABC, cable 9,10. ' SOCCER 0:30 p.m.—Soccer, English Premier Football Lwgue, Newcastle vs. Aston Villa, ESPN2 cable 39. t> I RADIO i FOOTBALL 7:45 p.m. — NFL Football, Dallas at Philadelphia, KSAL, 1150-AM. ' GENERAL p:30 p.m. — Coore Ught Sportstalk Show, KSAL.1150-AM. Football Coaches'poll 'The Top Twenty Five teams In USA Today- CNN college football poll, with first-place voles H parentheses, records through Sept. 29, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and last week's ranking: ! Record Ptt Pvi J. Florida (48) 4-0 1,533 1 6. Florida State (9) 3m 1.453 2 8. Ohio State (5) 3-0 1,429 4 4. Penn State 5-0 1,381 3 5. Michigan 4-0 1,281 6 6. Nebraska 2-1 1,145 7 7. Arizona Stale 4-0 1,101 12 8. Miami, Fla. 4-0 1,086 9 9. Tennessee 2-1 1,001 8 10. Alabama 4-0 940 10 11.'Virginia 4-0 863 17 12. Kansas SUte 4-0 841 13 13. Colorado 3-1 840 15 14. Notre Dame 3-1 784 5 15. Louisiana Stale 3-0 702 19 16. Southern California 3-1 660 18 17. North Carolina 3-1 585 11 18. Washington 2-1 38721 19. West Virginia 54 38323 20. Auburn 3-1 348 22 21. BrighamYoung 4-1 29924 22. Virginia Tech 3-1 223 16 23. TtXM 2-2 157 14 24. Utah 4-1 124 — 25. Wyoming 5-0 106 — Other, receiving voter Northwestern 103, Kuwi. 88, Iowa 59, Syracuse 50, Georgia Tech 32, Wisconsin 32, Baylor 31, Minnesota 29, California 24, East Carolina 17, Washington State 15, T.xai Tech 14, San Diego State 9, Air Force 6, Michigan Slate 5, Southern Mississippi 5,Tutea2. Gollege scores EAST Boston College 43, Navy 38 Buffalo 17, Edlnboro 7 Canislus 12, St. Peter's 7 Columbia 17, Fordham 10 .Connecticut 42, Yale 6 partmouth21,Lehlgh14 Dayton 24, TowsonSt. 17 Delaware 27, Maine 17 Duquesne 40, Gannon 8 Georgetown, D.C. 43, Siena 6 Harvard 30, Bucknell 7 Lafayette 30, Cornell 19 Marts) 28, Wagner 27 Massachusetts 21, Northeastern 14 Monmouth, N.J. 14, C.W. Post 7 Morgan St. 29, Cheyney 0 Pace 26, lono 20 Penn 38, Colgate 7 Princeton 37, Holy Cross 30 Rhode Island 28, Brown 13 Richmond 37, Boston U. 7 Robert Morris 35, Cent. Connecticut St. 13 Syracuse 52, Virginia Tech 21 West Virginia 13, Maryland 0 SOUTH Appalachian St. 34, Citadel 20 Clemson 21, Wake Forest 10 E. Illinois 38, Tenn.-Martln 0 £. Kentucky 28, Tennessee Tech 7 E. Tennessee St. 49, W. Carolina 10 Cast Carolina 28, Cent. Florida 7 Emory & Henry 24, Davidson 17 Florida 65, Kentucky 0 Florida MM 21, Howard U. 20 Florida St. 13, North Carolina 0 Furman31,VMI14 Grambllng St. 54, Prairie View 12 Hampton U. 14, Virginia St. 10 Holalra 45, Charleston Southern 0 Indiana SI 34, Liberty 10 -Jackson SI 39, Miss. Valley St. 13 JJohnson C. Smith 38, S. Carolina SI. 21 LSU 63, New Mexico St. 7 Marshall 37, W. Kentucky 3 Miami 45, Pittsburgh 0 Mississippi SI. 14, South Carolina 10 Morehead St. 24, Ky. Wesleyan 18 Murray St. 34, Middle Tenn. 7 New Hampshire 39, James Madison 22 Norfolk St 27, Delaware St. 23 few Louisiana 37, Louisiana Tech 31 jSamford 14, Atom SL13 Southern Miss. 24, Louisville 7 Southern U. 19, Tennessee SI. 18 Tn.-Chattanooga 23, Georgia Southern 21 .Virginia 37, Texas 13 MIDWEST Akron 27, W.Michigan 7 Bowling Green 31, Cent. Michigan 27 bndnnatl 30, Miami, Ohio 23, OT 'Clinch Valley 34, Butler 6 £vansville21,McKendree8 Iowa SL 45, Missouri 31 Michigan 38, UCLA 9 Michigan SL 47, E. Michigan 0 N.Iowa 43, McNeese St. 10 Nebraska 65, Colorado SL 9 Northwestern 35, Indiana 17 Ohio SL 29, Notre Dame 16 Penn St. 23, Wisconsin 20 Purdue 42, N. Carolina St. 21 S.-|«lnols 38, Illinois St. 35 SE Missouri 17, Austin Peay 13 •SW Missouri St. 34, Jacksonville St. 9 [Texas-El Paso 37, N. Illinois 6 Toledo 31, Weber SI. 24 Youngstown St. 51, Clarion 10 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 38, NE Louisiana 21 Army 27, North Texas 10 Colorado 24, Texas A&M 10 Sfl Texas SI 27, Idaho 21 Stephen F^ustin 13, Troy St. 10 Texas Southern 26, Sam Houston St. 20 Texas Tech 58, Utah SL 20 Tulsa 31, Oklahoma 24 FAR WEST Air Force 45, Rice 17 Arizona SL 48, Oregon 27 Brigham Young 31, Southern Meth. 3 Cal Poly-SLO 49, Cent. Washington 14 California 48, Oregon SL 42,30T E. Washington 24, Portland SI. 7 Fresno SL 20, Hawaii 0 Montana 35, Sacramento SI. 17 Montana St. 17. Idaho SI. 13 N: Arizona 32, CSNorthridge 14 NVV'Louisiana 20, Boise St. 16 Nevada 63, Kent 42 New Mexico 27, Texas Christian 7 S.Utah 42, Montana Tech 17 San Diego 10, Valparaiso 7 Si Mar/8, Cal. 16, Drake 12 Iflah 45, Kansas 42 Washington 81.52, San Jose St. 16 Wyoming 33, UNLV 21 Big 12 summary Saturday'* B*nw UTAH 49, NO. 20 KANSAS 42 26 60-246 Ffrst downs Rushes-yards Fixing Cbmp-Alt-Int Rjltgm Yards U 23 27-103 210 476 12-26X1 21-35-2 0 10 7-46.3 3-40.0 FurnUdt-Lort 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yard* 4-30 6-33 Thie of Possession 36:43 23:17 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS fty8HiNG-Kan»M, Henley 41-218, Vann 317, Qabreath 6-13. Utah, Fuamatu-Ma'afala 17103, JJohnaon 2-18, Foute B-mlnus-18 PASSING—Kansas, Johner 12-25-0-210. Ulan, Fouts 21-35-2-476. REeEIVINQ-Kansa». Friday 3-59, Byrd 32», Vann 2-79. Utah, Dywn 7-172, Henry 5-129, Kt«han3-4«. SCORING 8UMMABY 7 7 14 14-4? 7 14 14 10-45 **"" Flret Quarter K-Heolox 4 run (MoCord kick) 7:16 V-Fuamatu-Ma'alala 15 run (Pulsipher luck) 8|$7 8*cond Quarter U-Fuamab-Ma'afala 1 run (Pulsipher kick) 'u-OMon 65 pas* Iront Fouts (Pulsipher kick) K—Byrd 6 pass from Johner (McCord kick) 14:23 Third Quarter K—Friday 35 pass from Johner (McCord kick) 2:04 K—Vann 70 pass from Johner (McCord kick) 5:45 U—Henry 32 pass from Fouts (Pulsipher kick) 1:09 U—Henry 37 pass from Fouts (Pulsipher kick) 12:42 Fourth Quarter U—FG Pulsipher 39,0:47 K—Henley 7 run (McCord kick) 7:20 K—Henley 20 pass from Johner (McCord kick) 10:51 U—Henry 4 pass from Fouts (Pulsipher kick) 13:21 A—32,519. Baseball Today's schedule Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE 1996 FINAL Eaat Dlvlilon W L PcL OB x-NewYork 92 70 .568 — y-Baltlmore 88 74 .543 4 Boston 85 77 .525 7 Toronto 74 88 .457 18 Detroit 53 109 .327 39 Central Division W L PcL GB x-Cleveland 99 62 .615 — Chicago 85 77 .525 14% Milwaukee 80 82 .494 19 K Minnesota 78 84 .481 21 'A Kansas City 75 86 .466 24 West Division W L PcL GB x-Texas 90 72 .556 — Seattle 85 76 .528 4V4 Oakland 78 84 .481 12 Calllomla 70 91 .435 19% x-won division title y-won wild card berth Saturday's results New York 4, Boston 2 Texas 4, Calllomla 3 Baltimore 3, Toronto 2,10 innings Seattle 5, Oakland 3,10 Innings Milwaukee 7, Detroit 2 Minnesota 7, Chicago 6 Cleveland 5, Kansas City 4 Sunday's results Boston 6, New York 5 Toronto 4, Baltimore 1 Milwaukee 7, Detroit 5,10 Innings Minnesota 5, Chicago 4,10 Innings Kansas City 4, Cleveland 1 Texas 4, California 3 Oakland 3, Seattle 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE 1996 FINAL East Division W L PcL GB x-Allanta 96 66 .593 — Montreal 88 74 .543 8 Florida 80 82 .494 16 New York 71 91 .438 25 Philadelphia 67 95 .414 29 Central Division W L PcL GB x-St. Louis 88 74 .543 — Houston 82 80 .506 6 Cincinnati 81 81 .500 7 Chicago 76 86 .469 12 Pittsburgh 73 69 .451 15 West Division W L PcL GB x-San Diego 91 71 .562 — y-Los Angeles 90 72 .556 1 Colorado 83 79 .512 8 San Francisco 68 94 .420 23 x-won division title y-won wild-card berth Saturday's results SI. Louis 5, Cincinnati 2 San Francisco 8, Colorado 5 Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 7,10 Innings San Diego 4, Los Angeles 2 New York 4, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 4, Montreal 0 Houston 5, Florida 1 Sunday's results Montreal 6, Atlanta 3 Philadelphia 9, New York 5 Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 3 Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 3 Colorado 12, San Francisco 3 Houston 5, Florida 4,10 Innings San Diego 2, Los Angeles 0,111nnings American League ROYALS 4, INDIANS 1 CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY abrhbl abrhbl Lofton cf 2000 Damon ri 3000 RyTpsncf 2010 Randa3b 4232 Seltzer dh 3000 RbMyrd 4111 NWIsondh 1000 Mcfrlnec 4020 Thome 3b 3010 Paqtte 1b 4010 Crtdele 3b 1000 Sweeny dh 4021 BeteII 4120 Lckhrt2b 3000 Franco 1b 3000 Stynes If 2020 Kenllb 1010 Nrmnlf 1000 MRmrz rf 2010 DHwrd ss 2100 Giles ri 1011 Vizquelss 3000 Pena c 2000 GPenaph 1000 Diazc 1000 Vzcalno2b 3010 Totals 33 1 8 1 Totals 31 411 4 Cleveland 000 000 001—1 Kansas City 100 002 10x-4 E—Lopez (2), Lockhart (13), Stynes (3). DP— Cleveland 1, Kansas City 3. LOB—Cleveland 7, Kansas City 5. 2B—Belle (38), MRamlrez (45), Randa (24), Sweeney (10), Stynes (6). HR— Randa (6). S—Damon. SF—Giles. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland Ogea 1,10-6 5 61105 Lopez 1 42202 Assenmacher 1 11100 Graves 1 00000 Kansas City BelcherW,15-11 81-3 8 1 1 0 3 PichardoS,3 2-300010 Umpires—Home, Merlwelhen First, Evans; Second, McCoy; Third, Ford. T—2:19. A—14,556(40,625). RED SOX 6, YANKEES 5 NEW YORK BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl Raines H 1110 Braggcf 4111 RRivra If 4 0 2 1 Frye 2b 4110 Boggs 3b 2010 MVghn dh 3000 Fox3b 2000 Crderodh 2010 O'Neill if 2100 Tinsley pr 0000 Aldretelf 1000 Jffrsonlb 4121 Fielder dh 4010 Oterylf 3011 Strwbrdh 0000 Pmbrtntl 1010 TMrtnzlb 3011 Hslmanc 3122 Leyritztb 2010 Httbergc 1000 BeWms cf 4110 NGcpra ss 4010 Duncan 2b 3111 Nixon ri 4220 Sojo2b 1000 Pozo3b 4021 Glrardi c 2010 Posadac 1000 D Jeter ss 4111 Totals 36 511 4 Totals 37614 6 New York 100 112 000-5 Boston 211 001 001—6 DP—New York 1, Boston 1. LOB—New York 9, Boston 9.2B—Raines (10), RRivera (6), Frye (27), Jefferson (30), NGardaparra (2), Nixon (1), Pozo 2 (3). 3B-eeWllliams (7). HR-OJeter (10), Haselman (8). CS—DJeler (7). S—Frye. SF—Bragg. IP H RER BB SO Nsw York Bones 4 74411 Brewer 2 31102 Uoyd 1-320001 Weathers 1 00000 PolleyL,1-3 2-311100 Pavlas 1-310000 Boston Gordon 62-3 10 6 5 3 2 Eshelman 1-3000 1 0 Brandenburg 1 10000 Mahomes W.3-4 2 00011 Umpires—Home, Rellly; First, Cederstrom; Second, Garcia; Third, O'Nora. T-2:54. A-32,563 (33,871). MILWAUKEE GeWmscf Lorenass Cirtlk>2t> Mtokelf TWarddh Uruoe3b Banks ID Vina 2b Stinnett c Dunn it BREWERS 7, TIQER8 8 sbrhW 6130 4221 6011 5022 6000 4110 4232 0000 4010 5121 Totals 4471(7 MUwMke* Detroit DETROIT Pride dh Trmmllss Pennpr Frymn3b Hggnsnlf TCIarklb Nlevesrf Csnovac Cruz2b Barteed Sierra ph Total* 000 110 020 111 tbrhbl 3110 4021 0000 5000 4110 4223 4110 4011 4010 2010 1000 365105 030 2—7 ooo {•-« MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 SOCCER McPherson women at Kansas Wesleyan, 4 p.m. VOLLEYBALL Brown Mackie at Dodge City, 6 p.m. E—Stinnett 2 (2). DP—Milwaukee 2, Detroit 1. LOB—Milwaukee 13, Detroit 4. 2B—GeWII- llams (19), Clrlllo (46), Banks (2), Dunn (1), Nleves (23), Casanova (1). HR—Banks (1), TCIark 2 (27). SB-<3eWilllams (10), Pride 2 (11). S—Pride, Batlee. SF—Trammsll. IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee D'amlco 6 75411 Sparks 1 10000 : lorie 1 00001 Reyes W.1-0 1 00000 etlersS.32 1 20000 Detroit JThompson 5 82241 Sager 21-3 3 2 2 0 3 Lima 12-3 2 1 1 0 3 JCummngs L.3-3 1 22220 Umpires—Home, Young; First, Johnson; Second, Barrett; Third, Culbreth. T—3:07. A—13,038 (52,416). TWINS S, WHITE SOX 4 CHICAGO MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl Cedeno ss 5000 Knbfch 2b 4111 Rbrtsnlb 5010 Rboukjt3b 3000 Norton 3b 4111 Walker ph 0000 Bainesdh 4120 Molttordh 5131 Martin dh 1000 Crdva If 2100 DaMInz ri 3010 RKolly ri 3113 Mouton If 4111 Lawton rf 1000 .mm tf 0000 Coomer 1b 2000 DmmZb 3111 Sthvk 1b 2000 Slaughtc 2000 Wlbeckc 3000 Vnlura ph 1000 Hals ph 1000 Brders c 0000 Becker cf 3000 Diem d 3011 Meares ss 3000 GMyrsph 1010 Duranl pr 0100 Totals 35 4 8 4 Totals 33 5 6 5 Chicago 010 100 100 1—4 Minnesota 000 300 000 2—5 DP—Chicago 2. LOB—Chicago 6, Minnesota 5. 2B—Robertson (1), Balnes (29), Molitor 2 (41). 3B—Knoblauch (14). HR—Norton (2), Mouton (7), RKelly (6). SB—DLewls (21). CS— Durham (4). S—Slaught. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Bertottl .51-33 3 3 3 3 Keyser 2-300010 Jones 1 00010 Slmas 11-30 0 0 0 2 Slrolka 2-300000 RHemandz L.6-5 2-3322 1 0 Minnesota FRodriguez 6 32242 Parra 1-321 1 00 Aldred 11-32 0 0 0 1 Stevens 11-30 0 0 0 1 Guardado W.6-5 1 11101 Umpires—Home, Shulock; First, Hlckox; Second, McClelland; Third, Tschlda. T—2:46. A—13.306 (44,457). ATHLETICS 3, MARINERS 1 SEATTLE OAKLAND abrhbl abrhbl GrfyJrdh 4000 TBIsta2b 3000 ADiaz d 4020 Hrera rf 4100 ARdrgz ss 4000 Splezk) 3b 3110 Whiten ri 4000 Berroadh 3001 Srrentolb 4010 Stairs II 0100 Strange 3b 4000 Brosluslb 1010 BRHnlrlf 3121 LesheMb 4010 Widgerc 2 0 t 0 KeMred 0000 Sheets 2b 3000 Young d 3000 Bordickss 1011 Bmlgal ss 2010 GoWIm c 2000 Molina c 1000 Totals 32 1 6 1 Totals 27 3 5 2 Seattle 000 010 000—1 Oakland 012 000 OOx—3 E—ADIaz (1), Sorrento (11), Wldger (2). DP— Seattle 1. LOB—Seattle 5, Oakland 6.2B—Bor- dlck (18), Boumlgal (14). HR—BRHunter (7). CS—ADiaz (3). SF—Berroa. IP H RER BB SO Seattle Torres L.3-3 6 33152 TDavis 2 20001 Oakland Small W.1-3 5 41103 Reyes 2 20002 Mohler 1 00001 Taylor S,17 1 00002 Umpires—Home, Scott; First, Phillips; Second, Roe; Third, Merrill. T—2:00. A—34,462 (47,313). RANGERS 4, ANGELS 3 CALIFORNIA TEXAS abrhbl abrhbl Erstadd 3110 Stl!we!l2b 4121 OPImro If 3000 Buford d 3000 Salmon ri 3100 Greerlf 2000 Howelldh 4011 Volgtlf 1000 Prichtt tb 4101 JGnzIz ri 2000 Arias 3b 4021 Stevens 1b 2000 Enhomss 4010 WCIark 1b 2010 Fbrgas c 2000 RGnzis 3b 1000 Greenec 2010 Palmer3b 1000 Schleld 2b 3010 Newson ri 3111 Edmns ph 1000 Tttleton dh 3000 Vallec 1000 Brown c 2100 Elslerss 2112 Totals 33 3 7 3 Totals 29 4 5 4 California 000 003 000—3 Texas 100 102 OOx—4 E—Elnhom (2). DP—California 1, Texas 1. LOB—California 6, Texas 6. 2B—Arias 2 (8). HR—Stlllwell (1), Newson (10), Elster (24). SB-Greer (9). IP H RER BB SO California DSpringer L.5-6 8 54458 Texas Pavllk 31-3 2 0 0 1 2 Cook 2-30000 1 BWrttW,16-12 5 53325 Umpires—Home, Brinkman; First, Kaiser; Second, Cousins; Third, Welke. T—2:35. A—45,434 (49,178). BLUE JAYS 4, ORIOLES 1 BALTIMORE TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl ByAdsn d 3131 Crespo 2b 4022 Bowers If 0000 Brmfld d 4100 Zelle 3b 4000 Carter If 4011 RPmrodh 3010 Olerud 1b 3000 Incvgladh 1000 SprgueSb 4000 Bonillatb 4010 CDIgdodh 3000 CRpken ss 1010 O'Brien c 3000 BRpkn 2b 3000 Green ri 2210 Trsco rf 4010 AGnzIz ss 1100 Dvraux It 3010 Devrz c 3000 AkndrZb 3000 Totals 32 1 8 1 Totals 28 4 4 3 Baltimore 100 000 000—1 Toronto 100 010 20*—4 E—Alexander (5), O'Brien (3). DP—Toronto 3. LOB—Baltimore 5, Toronto 4.2B—ByAnder- son (37), Crespo (4), Green (32). HR—ByAn- derson (50). SB—Tarasco (5), Brumlleld (12). IP H RER BB SO Baltimore NRdrgzL,0-1 6 32124 Mllchln 2-301111 Corbln 1-311111 ARhodes 2-300000 Mills 1-300001 Toronto HenlgenW,20-10 71-37 1 1 1 4 Spdjaric 1-31 0000 Risley 1-300000 Timlin 8,31 1 00002 Umpires—Home, McKean; First, Hendry; Second, Hlrschbeck; Third, Joyce. T-2:29. A-38,267 (60,516). National League SAN DIEQO TGwynrt Flnleyd Cmlnltl3b GVghnlf DVerasp CGwyn ph Hffmanp Joyner1b CGmezss BJhnsnc JoReed2b Twksbrp Lvngslph RHdsnH PADRES 2, DODQERS 0 •brhbl 4000 5120 3110 4000 0000 1012 0000 5020 4000 5000 3000 2000 1010 1000 Totals 38 2 7 2 8*nDt»go Los Angel«» LOS ANGELES abrhbl 3000 0000 1000 3000 4010 0000 4000 4010 4010 0000 0000 3000 4010 2000 1000 1000 Kirbyd Fnville pr Curtis d Hlndswlf Piazza c Parkp Karros 1b Mndslrl Wllach* RCdenopr Castro 3b DeShW2b Gagness Astaclop DCIarkph Hansenph Totals 3404 0 000 000 000 02-2 000 000 000 00-0 DP—San Diego 3, Los Angeles 1. LOB—San Diego 8. Los Angeles 4.2B—CGwynn (4), Joyner (29). SB—Mondesi (14). DeShlelds (48). S— Hollandsworth. IP H RER BB SO San Diego Tewksbury 7 30005 DVerasW,3-1 3 10021 Hoffman S.42 1 00001 Lot Angeles RMartinez 1 00001 Astacio 61-3 3 0 0 4 4 Radinsky 2-31 001 0 TdWorrell 1 00001 ParkL.5-5 2 32203 Umpires—Home. Williams, C.; First, Hirschbeck, M.; Second, Froemmlng; Third, Rlp- pley. T—3:13. A—53,270 (56,000). ROCKIES 12, GIANTS 3 SAN FRANCISCO COLORADO abrhbl ebrhbl Benard d 4100 EYng 2b 1000 Muelr3b 5010 BalesJb 3110 JCruzlf 4111 QMCrkd 5110 QHill ri 4110 Burks If 2220 McCrtylb 3020 Echvrlf 1001 Cnizaro2b 4000 Glrrga Ib 5333 WDIgdo ss 3011 Lskanic p 0000 Mrbelli c 3011 Bchelte d 4222 Watson p 2000 Castllla 3b 4112 Hookp 0000 Decker c 4222 RWIkns ph 1010 Weiss ss 2010 Dewey p 0000 NPerez ss 1000 Creek p 0000 RIUp 1000 DWIsn ph 1000 Anthny ph 0001 Cckrell ph 1000 Totals 34383 Totals 34121311 Sen Francisco 102 000 000— 3 Colorado 000 453 OOx—12 DP—San Francisco 1, Colorado 1. LOB—San Francisco 10, Colorado 4.2B—Bates (8), Burks (45), Galarraga (39), Weiss (20). 3B—QMc- Cracken (6). HR—Galarraga (47), Caslilla (40), Decker (2). SB—WDelgado (1), Bichette (31). S—Rltz. SF—Echevarrla. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Watson L.8-12 41-3 9 8 6 1 2 Hook 2-311121 Dewey 1 33301 Creek 1 00001 DeLucia 1 00001 Colorado RitzW,17-11 5 43334 Swift 2 30000 SReed 1 00002 Leskanic 1 10002 Umpires—Home, Davidson; First, Gregg; Second, Pulll; Third, Ponclno. T—2:38. A—48,162 (50,200). EXPOS 6, BRAVES 3 ATLANTA MONTREAL abrhbl abrhbl AJonos d 4012 Grdzln ss 2000 Pndllon 3b 2000 Slvestri 3b 1100 Gvnla 3b 2000 Using 2b 2000 CpJnesss 3000 Slnkwcss 2122 Blliardss 2000 SeguMb 4121 Klesko If 2010 Alou If 2000 Avery p 0000 Bntez If 2012 iserph 1000 RWhiled 3000 McMd p 0000 Grrero rf 4110 Whlers p 0000 Sntnglo 3b 4010 Dye rf 1100 Chavez c 2100 DwSmltf 2010 Spehrc 0000 JLopez c 3121 Pngua p 0000 Ayraultc 1000 Wbsterph 1000 EdPrcz Ib 4110 Alvarez p 0000 Lemke 2b 2010 Obando ph 1111 Mrdcai 2b 2 0 1 0 Daal p 1000 Glavlne p 2000 Andrws 3b 0000 Polonla If 2010 Totals 35 3 9 3 Totals 31 6 8 6 Atlanta 011 001 000—3 Montreal 000 060 OOx-6 DP—Atlanta 1, Montreal 1. LOB—Atlanta 9, Montreal 4. 2B—JLopez (19), Stankiewlcz (5), Segui 2 (30). IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Glavlne 3 10001 Bleleckl 1-30 0 0 0 1 Clontz 2-31 0000 Avery L.7-10 2-346620 Borowskl 1-310010 Hartgraves 1 00002 McMlchael 1 10002 Wohlers 1 00002 Montreal Paniagua 3 42223 Alvarez W.2-1 2 20003 Daal 2 31113 Urblna 1 00000 Ro|asS,36 1 00002 Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Montague; Second, Relker; Third, Halllon. T—2:28. A—30,646 (46,500). REDS 6, CARDINALS 3 CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl CGdwn d 5121 OSmlth ss 2000 Morris 1b 5020 Clayton ss 3010 Larkinss 4223 McGeed 2020 Brnson ss 1000 Brdshw If 2000 WGme 3b 5 1 1 1 Gant If 2000 EDavIs If 5110 DaBoll 3b 2000 Mttla rf 0000 BJrdn rf 1000 Tbnseec 4110 DYunglb 3010 Boone 2b 2001 Gaettl 3b 2120 LHrrisri 3020 Mejlad 2100 Lyonsp 2000 Mabrylb 3121 Howard ph 1000 Difellcec 2001 Service p 0000 Pgnozzi c 2000 KtMthl ph 1000 Alicea 2b 1000 JBmtlyp 0000 Gallego2b 1000 Ldwlck p 2000 Shaffer ph 1000 Totals 38 611 6 Totals 33 3 8 2 Cincinnati 000 321 000-6 St. Louis 020 100 000—3 E—CGoodwin (2), Clayton (15), Gallego (3). DP—Cincinnati 2. LOB—Cincinnati 8, St. Louis 7.2B—Gaetti (27), Mabry 2 (30). HR—Larkln 2 (33), WGreene (19). SB—CGoodwin (15), EDavIs (23), Mejla (5). S—Boone. SF—Boone. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Lyons W.2-0 5 63314 Service 2 20024 JBrantley S,44 2 00010 SL Louis LudwlckL,0-1 5 75504 Eckersley 1 21000 Bailey 1 00001 TJMathews 1 10010 Batchelor 1 10002 Umpires—Home, Hernandez; First, Marsh; Second, Winters; Third, Gorman. T—2:47. A—51,379(57,078). ASTROS 5, MARLINS 4 FLORIDA HOUSTON abrhbl nbrhbl LCstlo 2b 4100 BLHnlr d 4100 Arias ss 5110 Biggio2b 3000 Conine II 3110 BgwelMb 3001 Clbmn 1b 3011 DeBell rf 5010 Orsulak rf 2000 Spiers ss 4010 DvWhtd 2012 MoulonH 5330 KAbblt 3b 4010 Mnwm c 4030 ERnlra ss 1000 Cnglosl pr 0100 Tvrzcl 4010 Esebioc 1011 Shffleld rf 1000 Miller 3b 4011 Zaun c 5131 Rynlds p 1000 Larkln p 2000 Brocall p 0000 Dawson ph 1000 Abreu ph 1000 Valdes p 1000 ToJnes p 0000 Berry ph 1011 Totals 384 t 4 Totals 36 511 4 Florida 110 000 200 0—4 Houston 100 001 020 1—5 E—LCastillo (3). DP—Florida 2, Houston 1. LOB—Florida 10, Houston 11. 2B—Arias (11), Zaun (1), Euseblo (7). HR—Zaun (1). SB—BL- Hunter (35). IP H RER BB SO Florida Larkln 6 31142 Valdes 3 63211 Hammond L.5-8 1 21110 Houston Reynolds 5 42223 Brocail 1 20010 ToJones 1-31 2200 Merman 0 10000 Olson 12-3 t 0 0 0 2 HudekW,2-0 2 00001 Umpires—Home, Layne; First, Runge; Second, West; Third, Kellogg. T-3:13. A-42,658 (64,350). PHILLIES 9, METS 6 PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Olero d 4235 Everett rf 3001 Relfidss 4020 Alfonzo2b 5021 Brind p 0000 Uhnsn d 4 0 1 p RJrdan p 0000 Hndley c 4000 KRyan p 0000 Huskey 1b 4120 Schall ph 0000 Crjnes If 3110 Hunter pr 0100 Ochoa rf 1000 Bltlco p 0000 Espnza 3b 2112 Doster2b 5022 Hrdtke2b 2000 Amaro rt 5000 Bogar ss 3110 Zuber 1b 5121 MFmc ph 1000 MgeeJr If 5000 BJones p 1110 Sefdk 3b 3210 Fyhrle p 0000 Estlella c 4331 Byrd p 0000 Dshmn p 0000 Ptgne ph 1011 Stockerss 1000 Trtlcekp 0000 Greene ph 1000 Totals 36 913 9 Totals 35 510 5 Wladelphls 001 033 002-9 New York 040 001 000—5 E—Sefdk (7). DP—Philadelphia 1, New York 1. LOB—Philadelphia 6, New York 6. 2B—Zu- ber (4), Alfonzo (15), LJohnson (31). HR—Es- plnoza (4). SB—Olero (16), Sefdk (3), Estalella 1). CS—Huskey (2). S—Dlshman 2. SF— Everett. IP H RER BB SO Phlladelphlg Dlshman 4 74413 BlazierW,3-1 1 10001 Borland 11-32 1 0 0 0 RJordan 2-300001 KRyan 1 00001 Botlalico 1 00010 New York BJones 5 84403 FyhrieL,0-1 1-323320 Byrd 2-31 0000 DIPolo 22-3 2 2 2 2 1 Trflcek 1-300001 Umpires—Home, Tata; First, Hohn; Second, lapuano; Third, Davis. T—2:36. A—21,975(55,777). PIRATES 8, CUBS 3 PITTSBURGH CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl Alnwlhd 5000 Glnvlled 5010 CGrcia 2b 5120 Jnlngs rf 4110 Merced rf 4001 Grace Ib 4020 MJhnsn Ib 2200 BBrwn 1b 0100 iveum 3b 4222 Sndbrg 2b 3011 JBell ss 3112 Haney 2b 1 t 0 0 Bamon If 4121 Kschnc If 4011 3slk c 2112 Huston c 4011 .oalza p 4000 LGmez 3b 4000 Boever p 0000 Snchez ss 4010 Nvarro p 1000 Bullet! ph 1010 Mgdan ph 1000 Totals 33 8 8 8 Totals 36 3 9 3 ittsburgh 000 206 000—8 Chicago 100 000 020—3 E—Sveum (2), Sanchez (11). DP—Pittsburgh 1, Chicago 2. LOB—Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 7. 2B—CGarcIa 2 (18), Sveum (5), JBell (29), Beamon (2), Grace (39). HR—Sveum (1), Oslk (1). CS-^JBell (4). SF—Merced. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh LoalzaW,2-3 72-3 9 3 1 0 6 Boever 11-30 0 0 0 0 Chicago Navarro L.15-12 51-3 6 7 5 2 3 Swartzbaugh 1 21110 Caslan 2-300001 Bottenfleld 2 00011 Umpires—Home, Darting; First, Rellford; Second, Quick; Third, DeMuth. T—2:32. A—26,873 (38,765). Auto racing NASCAR results NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. (AP) - Results of Sunday's Tyson Holly Farms 400 NASCAR Winston Cup stock car race at North Wllkesboro Speedway, with starting position In parentheses, driver, hometown, type of car laps completed, reason out, if any, money won and winner's average speed in mph: 1. (2) Jeff Gordon, Pittsboro, Ind., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 400, $91,350,96.645. 2. (11) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolls, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 400, $51,940. 3. (30) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford Thun- derblrd, 400, $34,790. 4. (14) Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 400, $27,570. 5. (16) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 400, $31,115. 6. (28) Rick Mast, Lexington, Va., Pontlac Grand Prix, 400, $27,165. 7. (21) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 400, $24,765. 8. (3) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pontiac Grand Prix, 400, $20,600. 9. (4) Mark Martin, Balesvllle, Ark., Ford Thunderbird, 400, $25,550. 10. (9) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thunderbird, 400, $24,605. 11. (13) Sterling Mariln, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 400, $25,050. 12. (10) Michael Waltrlp, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thundeiblrd, 399, $19,625. 13. (18) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Chrisll, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 399, $24,050. 14. (19) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, 399, $12,200. 15. (27) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Mo., Ford Thunderbird, 399, $13,225. 16. (26) Hut Stricklln, Calera, Ala., Ford Thunderbird, 399, $13,775. 17. (6) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., Pontiac Grand Prix, 398, $19,650. 18. (24) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 398, $18,375. 19. (1) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford Thunderbird, 398, $27,125. 20. (32) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford Thunderbird, 398, $19,925. 21. (12) Bill Elliott, Dawsonvllle, Ga., Ford Thunderbird, 398, $17,925. 22. (20) Ricky Craven, Bangor, Maine, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 397, $17,750. 23. (31) Brett Bodlne, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, 397, $17,500. 24. (23) John Andrettl, Indianapolis, Ford Thunderbird, 397, $10,325. 25. (34) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford Thunderbird, 397, $17,400. 26. (29) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 396, $17,050. 27. (37) Darrell Waltrlp, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 396, $16,975. 28. (15) Jeremy Mayfleld, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thunderbird, 395, $16,410. 29. (22) Dave Wards, Wausau, Wis., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 395, $6,835. 30. (33) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, 394, $21,525. 31. (25) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontlac Grand Prix, 394, $13,451. 32. (36) Jeff Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 394, $13,425. 33. (35) Robert Pressley, Ashevllle, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo. 392, $13,425. 34. (17) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Basalt, Colo., Ford Thunderbird, 391, $13,400. 35. (8) Bobby Hillin Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford Thunderbird, 389, $6,425. 36. (5) Ernie Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Ford Thunderbird, 388, $22,425. 37. (7) Derrlke Cope, Spannaway, Wash., Ford Thunderbird, 369, $13,425. NHRA results TOPEKA (AP) — Results Sunday from the Sears Craftsman Nationals at Heartland Park Topeka, the 17lh of 19 events in the $27-milllon NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series. Top Fuel-^llm Head, Columbus, Ohio 4.713 seconds, 302.82 mph def. Kenny Bernstein, Dallas, 7.039,109.38 Funny Car—John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Pontiac Firebird, 4.970, 304.67 def. Tony Pedregon, Qardena, Calil,, Firebird, 11.927,69.88. Pro Stock—Jim Yales, Alexandria, Va., Firebird, 7.068, 195.22 def. Ray Franks, New Carlisle, Ohio, Oldsmoblle Cutlass, 7.092, 193.46. Pro Stock Bike—John Myers, Birmingham, Ala., Suzuki, 7.561,177.13 del. Angelle Seeling, Americus, Ga,, Suzuki, no show. Top Alcohol Dragster—Russ Conroy, San Dlmas, Calif., dragster, 5.743, 242.78 def. Darrell Russell, Cypress, Texas, dragster, 5.952, 222.38. Top Alcohol Funny Car—Pal Austin, Tacoma, Wash., Firebird, 5.837, 242.58 del. Randy Anderson, Ontario, Calif., Firebird, 5.855, 249.03. Competition Eliminator—Larry Pritchelt, Clarkrange, Tenn., Oldsmoblle Calais, 8.544, 156.41 def. Doug Engels, Watertown, S.D., Chevrolet, 7.692,170.97. Super Stock—Tom Cain, Loulsburg, Kan., Cutlass, 11.017, 118.37 del. Martin Bogner, Kearney, Neb., Dodge Daytona, foul. Stock—Kevin Helms, Byers, Colo., Chevrolel Camaro, 11.103,97.73 def. Darell Wlkle, Wichita, Kan., Camaro, 11.545,111.28. Super Comp—Matt Driskell, Wellsvllle, Kan., dragster, 6.941,167.59 del. Mark Grame, Overland Park, Kan., Dragster, 8.952,167.62. Super Gas-Larry Mitchell, Klrksvllle, Mo. Chevrolel Corvette, 10.041, 109.39 def. Terry Sullivan, Richardson, Texas, Corvette, 10.825, 136.34. Super Street—Danny Rosenthal, Carthage, Mo,, Dodge Demon, 10.909,122,68 del. Rudy Matthews, Ohio City, Ohio, Camaro, 10.949, 126.31. Salina Raceway SUNDAY'S RESULTS IMCA MODIFIED Heal 1 - 1. Tim Echovarrla, Mllford; 2, Steve 3urch, Junction City; 3. Roger Thompson, June- Ion City. Heat 2 - 1. Tom Yocom, Sedgwlck; 2. Larry Sutton, Beloit; 3. Jimmy Segraves, Valley Center. Heat 3 -1. Jerry Phillips. Galva; 2. John Dawson, McPherson; 3, Jeff Atkinson, Topeka. B feature - 1. Darrick Kllma, Belleville; 2. Joe Cleveland, Salina; 3. Darwin Ferguson. Great Send. A feature - 1. Yocom; 2. Thompson; 3. Sutton. STRICTLY STOCK Heat 1-1. Greg Michels, Concordia; 2. Wayne Crowder, Salina; 3. Jeff Welsh, White City. Heat 2-1. Troy Davis, Salina; 2. Scott Phillips. Salina; 3. Dobb Morton, Salina. Heal 3 - 1. Ray Null, Hutchlnson; 2. John Kohler, Be- olt; 3. Scott Robins, Minneapolis. A feature -1. Robins; 2. Phillips; 3. Jerome Thomas, Grandview Plaza. PRO STOCK Heat 1-1. Dusty Kuntz, Abilene; 2. Jim Stolzenburg, Clyde; 3. John Hulchlnson, Tescott. Heat 2 -1. Bob Arnold, Salina; 2. Gary Clements, Bennington; 3. Jim Jackson, Jundion City. A feature - 1. Kuntz; 2. Clements; 3. Arnold. MINI STOCK Heat 1 - 1. Bud Lee, Salina; 2. Mark Abell, Minneapolis; 3. Jerry Hedberg, Lindsborg. Heat 2-1. Steve Wlthee, Jundion City; 2. Corey Lagroon, Salina; 3. Jason Baccus, Ada. Hest 3 -1. 3.W. Fuller, Salina; 2. Johnnie Brown, 3rookville; 3. Bruce Lagroon, Salina. A feature -1. Hedberg; 2. Fuller; 3. C.Lagroon. FINAL POINTS STANDINGS IMCA MODIFIED 1. Dave Hardesly, 618; 2. Mel Potts, 584; 3. Jerry Phillips, 575; 4. Darwin Ferguson, 554; 5. Brian Knoell, 549. STRICTLY STOCK 1. Scott Phillips, 615; 2. Troy Davis, 606; 3. Wayne Crowder, 578; 4. Greg Michels, 551; 5. Jarome Thomas, 539. PRO STOCK 1. Jamie Bogart, 733; 2. Bob Arnold, 719; 3. Steve Albrecht, 695; 4. Gary Clements, 668; 5. Dwight Housh, 625. MINI STOCK 1. Jerry Hedberg, 740; 2. G.W. Fuller, 657; 3. Johnnie Brown, 655; 4. Mark Abell, 645; 5. Danny Morrison, 643. Golf PGA results PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (AP) — Top 10 results with money winnings Sunday of the rain-shortened $1 million Bulck Challenge on the 7,057- yard, par-72 Callaway Gardens Mountain View course (x-won on first hole ol sudden-death playoff): x-Michael Bradley, $160,000 66-68—134 Fred Funk, $66,000 69-65—134 John Maginnes, $66,000 68-66—134 Davis Love III, $66,000 66-68—134 Len Mattlace, $66,000 66-66—134 Brad Faxon, $33.500 69-66—135 Fred Couples, $33,500 66-67—135 Marco Dawson, $33,500 70-65—135 Stewart Clnk, $28,000 66-70—136 Brad Bryant. $28,000 68-68—136 Seniors results CLEMMONS, N.C. (AP)—Top 10 results with earnings Sunday after the $1.5 million Senior Vantage Championship played on the 6,680- yard, par-71 Championship Course at Tanglewood Park: Jim Colbert, $225,000 65-70-69—204 Kermit Zarley, $110,000 66-71-68—205 Hale Irwln, $110,000 69-67-69—205 Gary Player, $110,000 70-65-70—205 Mike Hill, $62,000 68-70-68—206 John Bland, $62,000 67-70-69—206 J.C. Snead, $62,000 66-68-72—206 Don January, $45,000 66-71-70—207 DeWitt Weaver, $45,000 66-71-70—207 Jim Dent, $36,000 73-68-67—208 LPGA results CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Top 10 results with money winnings Sunday of the $500,000 LPGA Fleldcrest Cannon Classic on the 6,318- yard, par-72 The Peninsula Club course: Trish Johnson, $75,000 67-71-66-64—270 Kim Salki, $46,546 68-67-70-68—273 Dottle Pepper, $33,966 68-67-68-71—274 Tracy Kerdyk, $23,902 68-69-71-68—276 Dale Eggellng, $23,902 66-69-66-71—276 Cindy Schreyer, $16,228 68-69-74-66—277 Helen Alfredsson, $16,228 67-72-71-67—277 Barb Mucha, $11,825 70-68-69-71—278 Donna Andrews, $11.825 68-69-70-71—278 Gail Graham, $11,825 67-67-71 -73—278 Cross country College results KSU INVITATIONAL At Manhattan MEN Team scores Kansas State 23, Fort Hays State 62, Missouri-Kansas City 68, Colby 77, Cloud County 138. Individual results 1. Maritlm, Cloud, 25:24.82; 2. Cllve-Smlth, KSU, 25:30.44; 3. Brinbaum, KSU, 26:19.54; 4. Domlnguez, KSU, 26:28.66; 5. Trout, FHSU, 26:30.43; 6. Kohrs, Colby, 26:35.05; 7. Petrlcca, Nebraska, 26:52.23; 8. McCullough, FHSU, 26:55.64; 9. Lee, FHSU, 27:04.83; 10. Fouts, FHSU, 27:09.47. WOMEN Team scores Fort Hays State 23, Kansas Stale 47, Missouri-Kansas City 86, Nebraska 104, Colby 113, Cloud County 151, Coffeyville211. Individual results 1. McNamara, KSU, 19:04.92; 2. Kinton, KSU, 19:31.85; 3. Andra, KSU, 19:34.37; 4. West, FH- SU, 19:38.28; 5. Casebeer, UMKC, 19:41.143; 6. Hoyt, Colby, 19:48.99; 7. Hallauer, KSU, 19:58.06; 8. Helnen, Colby, 20:03.68; 9. Owen, UMKC, 20:12.66; 10. Golubski, KSU, 20:23.05. Volleyball College scores AT LINCOLN, NEB. Nebraska del. Kansas State, 9-15,15-5,9-15, 15-4,16-11 Nebraska def. Kansas, 15-4.15-10,15-6 State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Player of the week Melissa Funk of Bethel, a 5-9, senior setter from Hesston Is the KCAC player of the week. Funk had 157 assists, 28 blocks, 91 digs and 25 kills In Bethel victories over MldAmerlca Nazarene, Bethany and Concordia, Neb. Soccer State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Players ol the week WOMEN Jen Stipp, of Bethel, a sophomore forward from Wichita, Is the KCAC offensive player ol the week. Stipp scored live goals and had one assist In wins over Sterling and Bethany. Brandl Kirk ol Sterling, a freshman outside defender from Broken Arrow, Okla,, is the KCAC defensive player of the week. Kirk had one goal and two assists In a win over McPherson and a loss to Bethel. General Transactions BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBS—Fired Ferguson Jenkins, pitching coach. NEW YORK METS-Fired Tom McCraw, hitting coach Sieve Swlsher, bullpen coach Rafael Landestoy, fits! base and bench coach and Mike Cubbage, third base coach. Announced Ihe resignation ol Matt Bordwln, corporate marketing manager. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW YORK HANGERS—Named Bill Moores assistant coach. SPORTS DIGEST The Associated Press United States Fed Cup teammates carrying an American flag react to the ovation for Monica Seles after she defeated Arantxa Sanchez Vic- arlo to seal the Fed Cup title Sunday. Holding the flag are (from left) Lindsay Davenport, Mary Joe Fernandez, Linda Wild and Seles. U.S. captures Fed Cup By The Associated Press ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The United States, with Monica Seles providing the decisive victory; is the Fed Cup champion again. The Americans won the title for the first time since 1990 when Seles beat Spain's Arantxa Sanchez Vicario 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 in the Atlantic City Convention Center. Seles' triumph gave the United States a 3-0 lead in the best-of-5 format designed to determine the top women's tennis team in the world. Spain held the title the last three years. The U.S. team went on to sweep the matches. "This is very special," Seles said. "We all wanted to win this one badly because of what's happened in the last three years. This was a great time for all of us. We blended together well as a team." Seles considered the pressure different from ^ that of the women's tour. "You have much more riding on this because other people are depending on what you do," Seles said. "I'm thrilled. This is the first time I ever did anything big on a team." Once Seles' victory assured a U.S. win, Conchita Martinez pulled out of her reverse singles match with Lindsay Davenport, citing a shoul-" der injury, and was replaced by Gala Leon Garcia. Davenport defeated Garcia 7-5, 6-2 and then ', Mary Joe Fernandez and Linda Wild combined to beat Garcia and Virginia Ruano-Pascual 6-1, 6-4' ; to complete the shutout. Football COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State defensive tack-, le Winfield Garrett blames Notre Dame quarterback Ron Powlus for the scuffle near the end of Saturday's game. "He is very temperamental," Garrett said. "He got upset, mad at us. That's why all those altercations were occurring. It gets to him. I don't think he handles the pressure all that well." Earlier in the game, a 29-16 victory by Ohio T. State, Buckeyes nose guard Luke Fickell was penalized for taunting Powlus after a tackle. After Ohio State's Bob Kelly intercepted a pass by Powlus in the fourth quarter, the Notre Dame quarterback tackled Kelly near the Ohio State sideline. Kelly pushed Powlus away and members of both teams, including Ohio State coach John Cooper, ran toward the scuffle. Cooper appeared to be trying to separate the fighting players. No penalties were called during or after the play. Cooper did not return telephone messages Sunday. Ohio State athletics director Andy Geiger said the coach was only trying to break up the players. LINDSBORG — Gerry Strange, a linebacker for Southwestern who forced two fumbles and recovered three more, was named defensive player of the week in the Kansas Conference on Sunday. Frenchie Buckner, a wide receiver at Bethany, was named offensive player of the week, after he had 205 all-purpose yards. Strange, a senior from Winfield, had 11 tackles in Southwestern's 30-9 victory over Kansas Wesleyan on Saturday. He also was credited with two .quarterback hurries. Buckner scored three touchdowns, catching touchdown passes of 40 and 47 yards. He^also ran seven yards for another score. Buckner, "a 5-11 and 180-pound freshman, caught six passes for 121 yards, rushed twice for 16 yards and returned: two kickoffs for 68 yards in a 42-7 win at Ottawa. Running PALMA DE MALLORCA, Spain — Stefano Baldini of Italy won the men's World Half-Marathon Championship on Sunday, running 13.1 miles in 1 hour, 1 minute, 17 seconds. Baldini, who beat favored Josphat Kiprono of Kenya by 13 seconds, also led Italy to the team championship with a to-' tal time of 3:07:42. Spain was second, 54 seconds behind. Ren Xiujuan of China won the women's race in 1:10:39. Lidia Simon, the runner-up in 1:10:57, third-place Aura Buia (1:11:01) and No. 4 Nuta Olaru (1:11:07) led Romania to victory in the women's team competition, with a time of 3:33:05. Soccer LINDSBORG — The unbeaten Kansas Wesleyan men's soccer team swept the Kansas Con- ,, ference player of the week honors. Forward Harold Calvo, a junior from Mesa, Ariz., was recognized on offense after scoring two goals and adding an assist in wins over Bethany and Tabor.. Wesleyan goalie Craig Stranathan, a freshman from Wichita, earned defensive honors after allowing just one goal in two games. The women's players of the week appear in today's Scoreboard. 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