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B2 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL Noon — Major League Baseball Playoffs. Division Series. Cleveland at Baltimore, ESPN, cable 38. 3 p.m. — Major League Baseball Playoffs, Division Series, San Diego al SI. Louis, ESPN, cable 38. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball Playoffs, Division Series, Texas at NY Yankees, NBC, cable 3,13. BOXING 8 p.m. — Boxing, Hector Camacho vs. Heath Todd; Robert Daniels vs. Teny Ray; Hector Camacho. Jr. vs. opponent TBA, USA, cable 40. RADIO GENERAL 5:30 p.m. — Coors Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL. 1150-AM. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Indianapolis 4 0 0 1.000 76 50 Buffalo 3 1 0 .750 56 61 Miami 3 1 0 .750 104 57 New England 2 2 0 .500 79 66 NY Jets 050 .000 62 132 Central Pittsburgh 3 1 0 .750 94 63 Baltimore 2 2 0 .500 66 84 Houston 2 2 0 .500 98 90 Jacksonville 2 3 0 .400 103 102 Cincinnati 1 3 0 .250 70 82 West Denver 4 1 0 .800 116 76 Kansas City 4 1 0 .800 110 75 San Diego 4 1 0 .800 128 116 Oakland 1 4 0 .200 b5 100 Seattle 1 4 0 .200 71 138 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Washington 4 1 0 .800 103 56 Philadelphia 3 2 0 .600 106111 Arizona 2 3 0 .400 82 131 Dallas 2 3 0 .400 89 93 NY Giants 2 3 0 .400 58 97 Central Green Bay 410 .800 167 66 Minnesota 4 1 0 .800 100 80 Detroit 3 2 0 .600 113 63 Chicago 2 3 0 .400 74 88 Tampa Bay 0 5 0 .000 45 126 West Carolina 3 1 0 .750 88 57 San Francisco 3 1 0 .750 107 51 SI. Louis 1 3 0 .250 64 98 Atlanta 0 4 0 .000 58 124 New Orleans 0 5 0 .000 70 124 Sunday's results Jacksonville 24, Carolina 14 Denver 14, Cincinnati 10 Detroit 27, Tampa Bay 0 Pittsburgh 30, Houston 16 NY Giants 15, Minnesota 10 Baltimore 17, New Orleans 10 Chicago 19, Oakland 17 San Francisco 39, Atlanta 17 Green Bay 31, Seattle 10 San Diego 22, Kansas City 19 Arizona 31, St. Louis 28(ot) Washington 31, NY Jets 16 Monday's game Dallas 23 Philadelphia 19 Sunday, Oct. 6 Atlanta al Detroit, Noon. Carolina al Minnesota, Noon. Green Bay at Chicago, Noon. New England at Baltimore, Noon. Oakland at New York Jets, Noon. Seattle al Miami, Noon. Indianapolis at Buffalo, 3 p.m. Jacksonville at New Orleans, 3 p.m. San Diego at Denver, 3 p.m. San Francisco at SL Louis, 3 p.m. Houston at Cincinnati, 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7 Pittsburgh at Kansas City, 8 p.m. NFL summary COWBOYS 23, EAGLES 19 Dal Phi First downs 15 14 Rushes-yards 34-108 27-85 Passing 141 174 Punt Returns 3-26 2-16 Klckoff Returns 2-74 6-135 Comp-Att-Int 13-23-1 16-30-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-8 642 Punts 4-39.8 3-46.3 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 5-3 Penalties-Yards 8-53 4-25 Time of Possession 31:33 28:27 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Dallas, E. Smith 22-92, Sn.Williams 7-27, Aikman 3-11, Johnston 1-1, Jett I-(minus 23). Philadelphia, Walters 21-68, Turner 4-12, Peete 1-9, Fryar 1-(minus 4). PASSING—Dallas, Aikman 13-23-1-149. Philadelphia, Peete 9-16-1-98, Detmer 7-14-1118. RECEIVING—Dallas, Sanders 3-55, Bjomson 3-33, E.Smith 3-30, Johnston 2-2, Martin 1-16 Walker 1-13. Philadelphia, Turner 4-79, Walters 4-26, Fryar 2-15, CJones 2-13, Seay 1-35 Dunn 1-34, West 1-10, Mclnlyre 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Philadelphia, An derson 29 (BL). Scoring Summary Dallas 7 13 3 0—23 Philadelphia 10 0 7 2—19 First Quarter Phi—FG Anderson 46, 5:13. Phi—Walters 2 run (Anderson kick). 11:12. Dal—Bjomson 5 pass from Aikman (Bonloi ick). 14:43. Second Quarter Dal—Smith 5 run (Bonloi kick), 8:28. Dal—FG Bonloi 46,11:32. Dal—FGBoniol 30,14:47. Third Quarter Phi—Hall 32 Interception return (Anderson ick), 1:24. Dal-FGBonlol21,9:00. Fourth Quarter Phi—Salety, Jett ran out ol end zone, 14:52. A-67,201. College rankings DIVISION I-AA POLL HUNTINGDON VALLEY. Pa. (AP) — The top 25 learns in the Sports Network Division I-AA ootball poll, with llrst-place voles in parenlhe- ies, records through Sept. 29 and previous ranking: Record Pis Prv I.Marshall (62) 4-0 2147 1 2. Montana (23) 3-0 2123 2 3. Northern Iowa 4-1 1903 5 4. Appalachian St. 3-1 1870 4 5. Stephen F. Austin 3-1 1725 7 6. Jackson St. (1) 4-0 1673 6 7. SW Missouri St. 4-1 1567 8 8. Eastern Illinois 4-0 1511 9 9. Troy Stale 3-1 1498 3 10. Murray St. 3-1 1353 10 11. Delaware 3-1 1187 11 12. Northern Arizona 4-1 1174 13 13. Villanova (2) 3-1 1070 15 14. Furman 3-1 698 18 15. Connecticut 3-1 883 16 16. Western Kentucky 4-1 791 12 17. William & Mary 3-1 730 19 18. Weber Slate 3-1 724 14 19. NW Louisiana 4-0 B75 22 20. New Hampshire 3-0 566 25 21. Florida A&M 3-1 496 21 22. Western Illinois 4-0 494 24 23. James Madison 3-1 210 20 24. Idaho St. 2-2 208 17 25. Georgia Southern 1-3 121 23 NCAA II Reeord Pt« Pvs 1.Car.-Newman(4) 4-0 80 2 2. Indiana, Pa. 3-0 76 3 3. Central Oklahoma 3-0 72 6 4. Missouri So. St. 3-0 62 14 tie. Valdosla St., Ga. 4-0 62 9 6. Texas A&M-Com. 3-1 61 8 7. Saginaw Valley SI. 3-0 54 10 tie. South Dakota 4-0 54 19 9. Plttsburg State 2-1 45 7 10. West Chester, Pa. 3-1 44 11 11. Texas A&M-Kingsville 1-2 39 12 12. N.C. Central 4-1 38 20 13. North Dakota SI. 2-1 32 1 14. West Georgia 4-1 30 13 15. Ferris St., Mich. 4-1 29 18 16. Angelo St., Texas 2-1 20 16 17. Northern Michigan 2-1 12 15 18. Calawba, N.C. 4-0 11 — Be. NW Missouri St. 4-0 11 — 20. UC Davis 1-2 6 — NAIAII TULSA, Okla. (AP)—The top 25 teams in the NAIA Division II football poll with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Sept. 29, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvt 1.Flndlay,Ohlo(13) 3-0 397 1 2. W. Washington (3) 2-0 384 2 3. Malone, Ohio 3-0 369 3 4. Benedictine 3-0 339 4 5. Sioux Falls, S.D. 4-0 323 5 6. Howard Payne 4-0 318 6 7. Lambuth, Tenn. 3-1 292 7 8. Clinch Valley, Va. 4-0 273 9 9. Haidln-Simmons 2-1 267 10 10. Willamette, Ore. 2-0 258 11 11. Evangel, Mo. 2-0 241 13 12. Geneva, Pa. 1-1 218 8 13. Dickinson St., N.D. 3-1 189 14 14. MldAimrica Nazarene M 182 15 15. Northwestern, Iowa 4-0 168 16 16. Westminster, Pa. 2-1 164 17 17. Pacific Lutheran 1-1 150 18 18. LJnfiald, Ore. ' 2-0 132 20 19. Hastings, Neb. 3-1 117 19 20. Central Washington 1-2 100 12 21. Bethany M 82 21 22. Valley City State 4-0 75 23 23. Azuza Pacific, Call 2-1 56 25 24. Cumberland, Tenn. 3-1 33 — 25. North Greenville, S.C. 3-0 21 — High school JUNIOR VARSITY SALINA SOUTH 30, GREAT BEND 8 Great Bend 0080-8 Salina South 16 14 0 0-30 Great Bend - scorelng unavailable. Salina South - Squires 71 pass from Romlngen Moses (3) 2,8,3 runs. PAT - Moses 2 runs; Jackson run. SALINA CENTRAL 35 JUNCTION CITY 25 Junction City 13 6 0 6 — 25 Sallna Central 14 7 7 7 — 35 Sallnca Central - Barlow 45 pass from Wilson; Brown (2) 3,6 runs; Wilson 6 run; Fellers 1 run. PAT — Schom 5 kicks. Salvation Army Youth Football League SEVENTH GRADE Standings Great Bend Falcons 4-0; Salina Eagles 3-1; Great Bend Cardinals 2-2; Sallna Oilers 2-2; McPherson Chiefs 2-2; Salina Cowboys 1-3; Salina Lions 0-4. Last Week's Scores Today's schedule TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 CROSS COUNTRY Southeast of Saline at Lyons, 4:30 p.m. GOLF Sallna South, Central al Emporta, 9 a.m. VOLLEYBALL Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor, 6 p.m. Sacred Heart at Chase County, 4:30 p.m. Moundridge, Trinity al Ell-Saline, 6 p.m. Belolt at Southeast of Saline, 6 p.m. Falcons 38. Cardinals 20; Falcons 20, Cowboys 6; Eagles 22, Chiefs 6; Oilers 25, Uons 7. This Week's Schedule Cardinals al Oilers, noon (KF); Cowboys at Eagles, 2 p.m. (KF): Falcons al Chiefs, 2 p.m. (M). SIXTH GRADE Standings Salina Eagles 4-0; Salina Cowboys 4-0; Salina Redskins 3-1; Great Bend Cardinals 2-2; UcPherson Chiefs 2-2; Oreal Bend Falcons 1-3; McPherson Rams 1-3; Lamed Vikings 1-3; Sall- na Oilers 0-4. Last Week's Scores Eagles 18, Oilers 0; Cowboys 24, Cardinals 6; Falcons 18, Rams 0; Chiefs 18, Vikings 0; Redskins 24, Oilers 6. This Week's Schedule Eagles at Cowboys. 10 a.m. (KF); Vikings at RedsWns, noon (SS); Chiefs al flams, noon (M); Oilers al Falcons, 2 p.m. (GB). FIFTH GRADE Standings Eastern Division - Salina Eagles 2-0, 3-1; Salina Cowboys 2-0, 4-0; Salina Redskins 0-2, 2-2; Salina Oilers 0-2, 0-4. Western Division - Greel Bend Cardinals 20. 4-0; Great Bend Falcons 2-0, 3-1; Lamed Vikings 0-2,0-4; McPherson Chiefs 0-2,0-4. Last Week's Scores Cardinals 18. Vikings 0; Falcons 18, Chiefs 0; Eagles 18, Redskins 0; Cowboys 18, Oilers 0. This Week's Schedule Cowboys al Falcons, 10 a.m. (GB); Redskins at Cardinals, noon (GB); Lamed al Eagles, 10 a.m. (SS); Oilers at Chiefs, 10 a.m. (M). (GB}-Great Bend Middle School; (KFhSall- na Kenwood Field; (L)-Lamed High School; (MHMcPherson Middle School; (SS)-Sallna South High School. Cycling Tour of Spain MADRID, Spain — Results Sunday ol the 22nd and final stage ol the 2,447-mile Tour of Spain cycling race — a 97-mile stage around Madrid: 1. Tom Steels, Belgium, Mapei-GB, 3 hours, 53 minutes, 27 seconds. 2. Nicola Minali. llaly, Gewiss-Playbus, same lime. 3. Sleffen Wesemann, Germany, Telekom, same lime. 4. Laurent jalabert, France, ONCE, same time. 5. Angel Edo, Spain, Kelme-Artiach, same time. 6. Giuseppe Citterio, llaly, Akl-Glpiemmo, same time. 7. Asler Guenetxea, Spain, Euskadl, same lime. 8. A. Petacchi, Italy, Scrigno-Blue Slomi, same time. 9. Serguel Smetanlne, Russia, Santa Clara- Sama, same lime. 10. Hendrik Redanl, Belgium, TVM, same time. Final Overall Standings 1. Alex Zulle, Switzerland, ONCE, 97 hours, 31 minutes, 46 seconds. 2. Laurent Dufaux, Switzerland, Lotus, 6:23 behind. 3. Tony Romlnger, Switzerland, Mapel-GB, 8:29. 4. Roberto Pislore, Italy, MG-Technogym 10:13. 5. Slefano Faustlnl, llaly, Akl-Glplemme, 11:21 6. Georg Tostchlng, Austria, Polti, 11:33 7. Davide Rebellin, Italy, Polti, 13:15. 8. Andrea Peron, Italy, Motorola, 14:46. 9. Bobby Jullch, Glenwood Springs, Colo., Motorola, 15:10. 10. Fernando Escartin, Spain, Kelme-Artlach 18:35. Cross country College results KSU INVITATIONAL At Manhattan MEN Team scores Fort Hays State 23, Kansas Stale 47, Missouri-Kansas City 86, Nebraska 104, Colby 113, Cloud County 151, Coffeyville 211. WOMEN Team scores Kansas Stale 23, Fort Hays Slate 62, Missouri-Kansas City 60, Colby 77, Cloud County 138. Note: Individual results appeared in Monday's paper. The team scores were listed incorrectly. Volleyball Brown Mackle del. Lamar, Colo., 15-5,14-16, 15-9 Brown Mackie del. Dodge City, 15-8. 10-15, 15-5 High school JEWELL QUAD Saturday's Results Jewell del. White Rock 15-1, 15-7; Chester- Hubbell-Byron del. Hlllcresl 15-8, 4-15, 15-11; Chester-Hubbell-Byron del. Jewell 4-15, 15-10, 15-11; Hlllcresl del. While Rock 13-15,15-8,158; Chester-Hubbell-Byron del. White Rock 15-1, 15-6; Hilteresl del. Jewell 15-8.15-8. JUNIOR VARSITY AT MANHATTAN Concordia del. Salina Central 15-7, 15-3; Manhattan del. Sallna Central 15-6, 15-11; Topeka Seaman def. Sallna Central 15-13,15-5. FRESHMAN Sallna South def. Junction City, 15-9, 15-3; Sallna South del. Great Bend 9-15,15-8,15-12; Sallna South def. Sallna Central 15-4, 15-6; Great Bend del. Sallna Central 15-4.15-6. B-team - Salina South def. Junction City 15-5, 15-3; Sallna South del. Great fiend 15-2,15-10. JUNIQR HIGH Sallna South B del. Roosevelt-Lincoln C 15-3, 15-2; Salina South C def. Roosevelt-Lincoln C 15-2,15-5. KANSAS COACHES' POLL Class 6A 1. Blue Valley NW15-1; 2. Lawrence 11-2; 3. Manhattan 15-4; 4. Shawnee Mission NW 13-4; 5. Emporia11-3. Class 5A 1. Wichita Carroll 13-0; 2. Shawnee Mission Miege 14-2; 3. Aquinas 13-3; 4. Goddard 9-3; 5. Maize 11-1. Class 4A 1. Sabetha 15-0; 2. Peny Lecomplon 20-1; 3. Wamego 16-3; 4. Santa Fa Trail 10-2; 5. Concordia 15-3. Class 3A 1. Hesston 134; 2. Lakln 19-2; 3. Ellinwood 12-2; 4. Hlllsbora 10-3; 5. St. Marys 17-2. Class 2A 1. Plttsburg Colgan 19-3; 2. Greensburg 16-1; 3. SI. John 11-1; 4. Quinler 10-2; 5. Garden Plain 13-3. Class 1A 1. Weskan 16-0; 2. Cenlralia 15-0; 3. Waveriy 13-0; 4. Cheylin 13-2; 5. Welmore 12-2. Auto racing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - The lop 20 drivers and money winners on the NASCAR Winston Cup circuit through the Sept. 29 Tyson Holly Farms 400: Winston Cup Points 1, Jeff Gordon, 4,088.2, Terry Labonte, 3,977. 3, Dale Jarretl, 3,906.4, Dale Earnhardt, 3,737. 5, Mark Martin, 3,626. 6, Ricky Rudd, 3,278. 7, Rusty Wallace, 3,256. 8, Ken Schrader, 3,239. 9, Ernie In/an, 3,209.10, Sterling Marlin, 3,198. 11, Bobby Hamilton, 3,119.12, Bobby Labonte, 3,059.13, Jell Burton, 3,030.14, Michael Wai- trip, 3,026.15, Ted Musgrave, 3,010.16, Jimmy Spencer, 2,987.17, Rick Mast, 2,850.18, Morgan Shepherd, 2,772.19, Geoff Bodlne, 2,757. 20, Ricky Craven, 2,697. Money 1, Jett Gordon, $2,297,783. 2, Dale Jarrott, $2,141,770. 3, Terry Labonte, $1,648,148. 4, Dale Earnhardt, $1,573,544. 5, Emle In/an, $1,348,227. Soccer College AT DODGE CITY College women MCPHERSON 2 KANSAS WESLEYAN 2 McPherson 1 0 1 0-2 Wesleyan 0101-2 McPherson - scoring unavailable. Wesleyan - Manclno; Sharp. Baseball Final Major League standings By The AMoclated Pres* AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet QB L10 Streak x-NewYork 92 70 .568 — 5-5 Lost 1 y-Baltlmore 88 74 .543 4 5-5 Lost 1 Boston 85 77 .525 7 z-6-4 Won 1 Toronto 74 88 .457 18 z-6-4 Won 1 Detroit 53 109 .327 39 2-8 Lost 6 Central Division W L Pet OB L10 Streak x-Cleveland 99 62 .615 — z-7-3 Lost 1 Chicago 85 77 .525 14V4 5-5 Lost 2 Milwaukee 80 62 .494 19Vi z-6-4 Won 3 Minnesota 78 84 .481 2114 3-7 Won 2 Kansas City 75 86 .466 24 4-6 Won 1 Wett Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak x-Texas 90 72 .556 — 6-4 Won 2 Seattle 85 76 .528 4'A z-3-7 Lost 1 Oakland 78 84 .481 12 5-5 Won 1 California 70 91 .435 19% z-4-6 Lost 2 x-won division title y-won wild card berth x-Atlanta Montreal Florida New York Philadelphia x-St. Louis Houston Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh x-San Diego y-Los Angeles Colorado San Francisco W 96 88 80 71 67 W 88 82 81 76 73 W 91 90 83 6B NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division L Pet QB L10 66 .593 74 .543 82 .494 91 .438 95 .414 8 16 25 29 z-6-4 3-7 7-3 z-4-6 5-5 Central Division L Pet GB L10 74 .543 80 .506 81 .500 86 .469 89 .451 7 12 15 z-6-4 4-6 z-7-3 2-8 z-6-4 West Division L Pet GB L10 — z-6-4 1 8 23 71 .562 72 .556 79 .512 94 .420 z-4-6 z-4-8 z-7-3 Streak Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Streak Lost 1 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 2 Streak Won 3 Lost 4 Won 1 Lost 1 Home Away 49-31 43-39 43-38 45-36 47-34 38-43 35-46 39-42 27-54 26-55 Horns Away 51-29 48-33 44-37 41-40 38-43 42-39 39-43 39-41 37-43 38-43 Home Away 50-31 40-41 43-38 42-38 40-41 38-43 43-38 27-53 Home Away 56-25 40-41 50-30 38-44 52-29 28-53 42-39 29-52 35-46 32-49 Home Away 48-33 40-41 48-33 34-47 46-35 35-46 43-38 33-48 36-44 37-45 Home Away 45-36 46-35 47-34 43-38 55-26 28-53 38-44 30-50 x-won division title Final Major League leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING—ARodriguez, Seattle, .356; FThomas, Chicago, .349; Knoblauch, Minnesota, .341; Molitor, Minnesota, .341; Greer, Texas, .332; Nilsson, Milwaukee, .331; RAIomar, Baltimore, .328. RUNS—ARodriguez, Seattle, 141; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 140; Lofton, Cleveland, 132; RAIomar, Baltimore, 132; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 125; Belle, Cleveland, 124; Thome, Cleveland, 122. RBI-Belle, Cleveland, 148; JGonzalez, Texas, 144; MVaughn, Boston, 143; RPalmelra, Baltimore, 142; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 140; Buhner, Seattle, 138; FThomas, Chicago, 134. HITS—Molllor, Minnesota, 225; ARo- driguez, Seattle, 215; Lofton, Cleveland, 210; MVaughn, Boston, 207; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 197; RAIomar, Baltimore, 193; (Rodriguez, Texas, 192. DOUBLES-ARodrlguez, Seattle, 54; EMartlnez, Seattle, 52; IRodriguez, Texas, •47; Cordova, Minnesota, 4t; Clrlllo, Milwaukee, 46; MRamirez, Cleveland, 45; RAIo- mar, Baltimore, 43. TRIPLES—Knoblauch, Minnesota, 14; Vina, Milwaukee, 10; Offerman, Kansas City, 8; DaMardnez, Chicago, 8; Guillen, Chicago, 8; Molllor, Minnesota, 8; Meares, Minnesota, 7; JsValenlin, Milwaukee, 7; Be- Wllllams, New York, 7; Carter, Toronto, 7. HOME RUNS—McGwire, Oakland, 52; ByAnderson, Baltimore, 50; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 49; Belle, Cleveland, 46; JGonzalez, Texas, 47; MVaughn, Boslon, 44; Buhner, Seattle, 44. STOLEN BASES—Lofton, Cleveland, 75; TGoodwin, Kansas City, 66; Nixon, Toronto, 54; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 45; Vlzquel, Cleveland, 35; Durham, Chicago, 30; McLemore, Texas, 27. PITCHING (18 decision!)—Nagy, Cleveland, 17-5, .773, 3.41; Pettltle, New York, 21-6, .724,3.87; DOIiver, Texas, 14-6, .700, 4.66; Henlgen, Toronto, 20-10, .667, 3.22; Pavlik, Texas, 15-8, .652, 5.19; Mussina, Baltimore, 19-11, .633, 4.81; BWells, Seat- lie, 12-7, .632, 5.30. STRIKEOUTS—Clemens, Boslon, 257; Flnley, California, 215; Appier, Kansas City, 207; Mussina, Baltimore, 204; AFemandez, Chicago, 200; Alvarez, Chicago, 161; Henl- gen, Toronto, 177. SAVES-Wetteland, New York, 43; Mesa, Cleveland, 39; RHemandez, Chicago, 38; Perclval, California, 36; Fetters, Milwaukee, 32; Slocumb, Boston, 31; Timlin, Toronto, 31; Henneman, Texas, 31; RMyers, Baltimore, 31. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—Gwynn, San Diego .353; Bulks, Colorado, .344; Piazza, Los Angeles, .336; Uohnson, New York, .333; Grace, Chicago, .331; Caminlti, San Diego, .326; EYoung, Colorado, .324. RUNS—Bulks, Colorado, 142; Finley, San Diego, 126; Bonds, San Francisco, 122; Galarraga, Colorado, 119; Sheffield, Florida, 116; Uohnson, New York, 117; Larkln, Cincinnati, 117. RBI—Galarraga, Colorado, 150; Bichette, Colorado, 141; Caminlti, San Diego, 130; Bonds, San Francisco, 129; Bulks, Colorado, 128; Bagwell, Houston, 120; Sheffield, Florida, 120. HITS—Uohnson, New York, 227; Burks, Colorado, 211; Grlssom, Atlanta, 207; Grudzielanek, Montreal, 201; Bichette, Colorado, 198; Rnley, San Diego, 195; Caslllla, Colorado, 191. DOUBLES—Bagwell, Houston, 48; Rn- ley, San Diego, 45; Burks, Colorado, 45; Gllkey, New York, 44; HRodrtguez, Montreal, 42; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 40; Lansing, Montreal, 40; Martin, Pittsburgh, 40; DeBell, Houston, 40. TRIPLES—Uohnson, New York, 21; Howard, Cincinnati, 10; Grlssom, Atlanta, 10; Rnley, San Diego, 9; Lanklord, St. Louis, 8; DeShlelds, Los Angeles, 8; Burks, Colorado, 8. HOME RUNS—Galarraga, Colorado, 47; Sheffield, Florida, 42; Bonds, San Francisco, 42; Hundley, New York, 41; Castilla, Colorado, 40; Sosa, Chicago, 40; Caminlti, San Diego, 40; Burks, Colorado, 40. STOLEN BASES—EYoung, Colorado, 53; Uohnson, New York, 50; DeShlelds, Los Angeles.48; Bonds, San Francisco, 40; Martin, Pittsburgh, 38; McRae, Chicago, 37; RHenderson, San Diego, 37. PITCHING (16 decisions)—Smoltz, Atlanta, 24-8, .750,2.94; RMartlnez, Los Angeles, 15-6, .714,3.42; IValdes, Los Angeles, 15-7, .682, 3.32; AnBenes, St. Louis, 18-10, .643, 3.83; Neagle, Atlanta, 16-9, .640, 3.50; Gardner, San Francisco, 12-7, .632,4.42; Hamilton, San Diego, 15-9, .625, 4.17. STRIKEOUTS—Smoltz, Atlanta, 276; Nomo, Los Angeles, 234; PJMartlnez, Montreal, 222; Fassero, Montreal, 222; Kile, Houston, 219; Reynolds, Houston, 204; ALelter, Florida, 200. SAVES-JBrantley, Cincinnati, 44; Td- Worrell, Los Angeles, 44; Hoffman, San Diego, 42; Wohlers, Atlanta, 39; Rojas, Montreal, 36: Nen, Florida, 35; Beck, San Francisco, 35. General Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Fired Kevin Kennedy, manager. National League FLORIDA MARLINS—Activated RHP Wilson Heredia from the 60-day disabled list and designated him for assignment. LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Claimed 3B Howard Battle off waivers from Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Fired Jim Fregosl, manager. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Promoted Brian Sabean to senior vice president and general manager. USA Baseball USA BASEBALL—Named Bob Mllano coach of the 1997 USA Baseball (earn. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS—Signed F Marcus Mann, C Mike Peplowskl, F Lou Roe, F Darryl Parker, F Anthony Harris, G Kevin Granger, C Ray Owes, F Henry James and F Kurt Portmann. INDIANA PACERS—Signed G Reggie Miller. LOS ANGELES LAKERS—Agreed to terms with G Byron Scott. VANCOUVER GRIZZLIES—Named Larry Rl- ley director of player personnel and Jay Hillock director ol scouting. Recreation SPR scores SALINA PARKS AND RECREATION MEN'S SLOW-PITCH League 7 - Bowman's Crew 17, Big Donkey's 7; Big Donkey's 15, Bowman & Crew 4; House ol Sight & Sound 22-20, Salina Planning Mice 44; Team Repco 14-7, Raytheon Rat Pak 13-8. ADULT BASEBALL League 2 - T.O.T. 7, Mllla's Team 0; Tro|ans 10, Certain Teed PVC Blues 7. HIGH SCHOOL CLASSIFICATIONS 1996-97 CLASSIFICATIONS (Listed alphabetically) Class 6A Derby 1259, Dodge City 915, Emporia 986, Garden City 1272, Hutchinson 1,038, Junction City 909, Kansas City Harmon 654, Kansas City Washington 855, Lawrence 1,979, Leavenworth 1,135, Maize 852, Manhattan 1,391, Olathe East 1,179, Olalhe North 1,244, Olathe South 1,289, Overland Park Blue Valley Northwest 1,156. Shawnee Mission East 1,358, Shawnee Mission North 1,246, Shawnee Mission Northwest 1,346, Shawnee Mission South 1,394, Shawnee Mission West 1,284, Slllwell Blue Valley 905, Tecumseh Shawnee Heights 832, Topeka High 1,302, Topeka Washburn Rural 1,097, Wichita East 1,375, Wichita Heights 916, Wichita North 969, Wichita Northwest 1,113, Wichita South 1,084, Wichita Southeast 1,175. Wichita West 1,056. Class 5A Andover 552, Arkansas City 641, Buhler 523, Coffeyville Field Klndley 503, El Dorado 513, Fort Scott 495, Goddard 580, Great Bend 737, Hays 772, Independence 515, Kansas City Schlagle 818, Kansas City Sumner Academy 509, Kansas City Turner 749, Kansas City Wyandotte 627, Liberal 700, McPherson 633. Newton 808, Overland Park Blue Valley North 778, Overland Park St. Thomas Aquinas 795, Pittsburg 635, Sallna Central 806, Sallna South 776, Shawnee Mission Miege 572, Topeka Highland Park 622, Topeka Seaman 819 Topeka West 761, Valley Center 512, Wellington 506, Wichita Carroll 558, Wichita Haysville Campus 605, Wichita Kapaun- Mt. Carmel 555, Winfleld 583. Class 4A Abilene 349, Altamonl-Labette County 478, Andale 234, Anthony-Harper-Chaparral 210, Atchison 335, Atchlson-Maur Hill Prep 320, Augusta 471, Baldwin 299, Basehor-LJnwood 393, Beloit 209, Bonner Springs 464, Burlington 226, Carbondale-Santa Fe Trail 312, Chanute 452, Chapman 335, Clay Center 340. Clearwater 244, Colby 293, Columbus 309, Concordia 350, Council Grove 256, DeSoto 467, Ellsworth 207, Fredonla 228, Gardner-Edgerton 443, Garnett 234, Glrard 268, Goodland 253, Haven 256, Hays-Thomas More Prep 215, Hiawatha 304, Holton 220. Hugoton 216, lola 377, Kansas City Piper 328, Kansas City Ward 268, Kingman 223, LaCygne-Pralrle View 215, Lansing 447, Lamed 264, Llndsborg- Smoky Valley 210, Loulsburg 276, Marysville 292, Meriden-Jefferson West 216, Mulvane 443, Neodesha 214, Nickerson 333, Osawatomle 235. Ottawa 464, Paola 470, Parsons 387, Perry-Lecompton 282, Pratt 356, Rose Hill 355, Russell 252, Sabetha 233, Sall- na-SL John's Military 224, Scott City 256, Spring Hill 272, Tonganoxle 388, Topeka Hayden 423, Towanda-Clrcle 346, Ulysses 374, Wamego 344. Class 3A Allen-Northern Heights 154, Alma- Wabaunsee 141, Alma-Northeast 139, Atchlson-Mount St. Scholastica Academy 162, Baxter Springs 192, Belle Plalne 190, Belleville 173, Caney Valley 207, Cheney 148, Cherokee-Southeast 191, Cherryvale 148, Clmarron 143, Conway Springs 135, Douglass 206, Easton- Pleasant Ridge 144, Erflngham-Atchlson County 190. Ellinwood 141, Erie 142, Eskridge-Mls- slon Valley 177, Eudora 201, Eureka 179, Galena 150, Gypsum-Southeast of Saline 178, Halstead 195, Hesston 195, Hillsboro 181, Holsington 164, Hoi- comb 166, Horton 173, Hoxie 139, Hoyt- Royal Valley 186, Humboldt 164. Kismet-Southwestern Heights 143, Lakin 170, Leavenworth-lmmaculata 152, Leon-Bluestem 200, Leotl-Wichlta County 135, Lyons 207, Marion-Flo- rence, 156, McLouth 142, Medicine Lodge 199, Minneapolis 181, Mound Clty-Jayhawk Linn 146, Norton 196, Oakley 143, Oberiin-Decatur 149, Osage City 138, Oskaloosa 195. Philllpsburg 184, Pomona 135, Richmond-Central Heights, 161, Rlley County 151, Riverton 183, St. George-Rock Creek 161, St. John 136, St. Marys 149, Seneca-Nemaha Valley 156, Silver Lake 167, Smith Center 146, Sterling 142, WaKeeney-Trego County 158, Wellsvllle 174, Wichita-Collegiate 167, Yates Center 162. Class 2A Atwood 128, Blue Rapids-Valley Heights 111, Brookvllle-EII-Sallne 96, Bucklin 106, Buffalo-Altoona-Mldway 97, Burden-Central 93, Burllngame 95, Caldwell 89, Canton-Galva 107, Clifton-Clyde 99, Cottonwood Falls-Chase County 123, Dlghton 97, Elblng-Berean Academy 129, Elkhart 113, Ellis 106, Frontenac 129. Garden Plain 104, Goessel 93, Greensburg 104, Herington 134, Hill City 118, Holton-Jackson Heights 125, Howard- West Elk 123, Hutchlnson-Trlnlty 88, Inman 123, Johnson-Slanton County 114, Kinsley 112, LaCrosse 92, Langdon- Falrtield 106, Lincoln 109, Lyndon 132, Mankato 90. Meade 93, Moran-Marmaton Valley 95, Moundridge 112, Ness City 117, Onaga 114, Osbome 101, Otis-Bison 97, Oxford 116, Peabody-Bums 103, Plttsburg-St. Marys-Colgan 126, Plalnvllle 129, Pleasanton 111, Quinler 90, Randolph- Blue Valley 97, Rossvllle 123, St. Francis 111. Sallna-Sacred Heart 91, Sedan 92, Sedgwick 99, Spearville 87, Stockton 103, Sublette 107, Syracuse 105, Troy 96, Udall 103, Unlontown 113, Valley Falls 121, Victoria 97, Washington 108, Wathena 130, Whitewater-Remington 122, Winchester-Jefferson County North 131. Class 1A Agra-Eastern Heights 31, Almena- Northern Valley 51, Argonla 61, Ashland 58, Attica 66, Axtell 55, Balleyvllle 50, Bazlne 23, Belolt-St. John's 37, Banning- ton 79, Bern 49, Bird Clty-Chsylln 59, Brewster 37, Burr Oak-White Rock 38, Burrton 74, Buahton-Qulvlra Heights 64. Cawker Clty-Waconda East 64, Cedar Vale 35, Centralla 81, Chase 37, Chetopa 66, Claflln 71, Coldwater 51, Colony-Crest 70, Cuba-Hlllcrest 43, Cunningham 69, Deertleld 67, Denlon-Mld- way 57, Dexter 40, Downs 61, Elwood 43, Fowler 39. Frankfort 84, Glasco 33, Gralnfleld- Whealland 47, Grldley 33, Grlnnell 46, Hamilton 42, Hanover 62, Hanston 34, Hartford 65, Haviland 38, Healy 26, Herndon 37, Highland 70, Hope 53, Hutchlnson-Central Christian 53, Ingalls 69. Jennings-Prairie Heights 28, Jetmore 71, Jewell 55, Junction Clty-St. Xavler 21, Kansas City-Slate School for the Blind 18, Kensington-West Smith County 55, Klowa-South Barber 73, Lebo 79, Lenora-West Solomon Valley 26, LeRoy 56, Lewis 51, Linn 62, Little River 72, Logan 52, Longton-Elk Valley 71, Lost Springs-Centre 62. Lucas-Luray 36, Macksville 71, Madison 66, Melvem-Marals des Cygnes Valley 66, Millonvale 39, Mlnneola 66, Montezuma-South Gray 67, Morland-West Graham 31, Morrowvllle-North Central 40, Moscow 43, Naloma 31, Norwich 61, Olathe-Kansas School for the Deaf 45, Olpe 85, Oswego 83, Palco 46. Pratt-Skyllne 79, Pretty Prairie 66, Protection 51, Ransom 50, Rexford-Qolden Plains 42, Holla 49, Rosalla-Fllnthllls 68, Rozel-Pawnee Heights 49, St. Paul 70, Satanta 74, Scandla-PIke Valley 68, Sharon Springs-Wallace County 66, Solomon 63, South Haven 55, Stafford 82, Sylvan 56. Tescott 58, Thayer 58, Tlpton 25, Trl- bune-Greeley County 80, Utlca-Nes Tre La Go 24, Wakefleld 84, Waveriy 73, Weskan 24, Wetmore 43, White City 48, Wichita-Independent 39, Wllllamsburg 54, Wilson SB, Wlnona-Triplalns 29. V BOXING Jury orders Tyson to pay former trainer $4.4 million Some calling the verdict racially motivated because jury was all white By The Associated Press ALBANY, N.Y. — Mike Tyson was ordered by a federal jury Monday to pay his former trainer Kevin Rooney more than $4.4 million, a ruling denounced by the heavyweight champion and his activist supporters. Rooney had sued Tyson for $49 million, claiming the boxer had broken a lifetime contract by firing him in 1988. Outside the courthouse, about two dozen demonstrators brought to Albany by New York City activist Al Sharpton to support Tyson chanted "No Justice, No Peace!" "An all-white jury has just robbed Mike Tyson of human status," Sharpton said of the decision by the jury of five women and three men. Tyson, who is black, promised he would appeal what he called a "peculiar" and "unjust" verdict. But he would not comment when asked if he thought the decision was racially motivated. Tyson also indicated he would have TYSON given Rooney $4 million if he had just asked for it without suing. Rooney said he was satisfied with the award of $4,415,651. "I never expected $49 million," Rooney said. "You can't take blood from a stone. They came in with what they feel is a just verdict and I'm not going to argue with it." During the trial, Rooney could produce no written contract with Tyson to train the boxer. But he argued that the arrangement was established by Tyson's mentor, the late Cus D'Amato, when Rooney started to work with the teen-ager in 1982. D'Amato died in 1985. Cayton testified that he and Jacobs, who took over Tyson's affairs after D'Amato died, continued the arrangement. In its verdict, the jury determined that Tyson had broken a contract and unjustly fired Rooney. They did not determine the duration of the contract, and ruled that Rooney should not get any money from future Tyson fights. Tyson said he had fired Rooney after being angered by the trainer's televised comments about Tyson's marriage to actress Robin Givens and his contract dispute with former manager Bill Cayton. The jury deliberated about nine hours last Thursday and Monday, coming back into court twice to hear evidence again. SPORTS DIGEST Clamor lor Cal The Associated Press Cal Ripken reaches out to sign an autograph Monday at Camden Yards In Baltimore. The Orioles play the Cleveland Indians In the first round of the American League playoffs. Basketball INDIANAPOLIS — A week after denying an improper meeting with a basketball recruit, Purdue assistant coach Frank Kendrick on Monday admitted he gave the recruit a ride from Mackey Arena to a nearby hotel in June. Purdue athletic director Morgan Burke called it a minor violation but said he has reported it to the NCAA. "I beMeve there was no intent to do anything inappropriate," Burke said. "However, it clearly was a violation of regulations, and coach Gene Keady and I agree that there can be no excuse for it. Last week, both Kendrick and recruit Jamaal , Davis, a senior at Merrillville High School, de-' , nied meeting at the University Inn, an off-campus West Lafayette hotel. The meeting would have taken place during a recruiting quiet period, a violation of NCAA rules. • ••: Football CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Rookie running back , Tshimanga Biakabutuka, an expected building: block in the Carolina Panthers' developing offense, is to undergo surgery for a torn knee ligament and will miss the rest of the season. Biak- abutuka was injured Sunday in the Panthers' 2414 loss to Jacksonville. An MRI on Monday showed a tear in the anterior cruciate ligament in Biakabutuka's left knee. He is to undergo surgery next week, followed by eight months of rehabilitation, Polian said. To take Biakabutu- , ka's roster spot, the Panthers reached agreement Monday with Leroy Hoard on a one-year contract. Hoard is a six-year NFL veteran who was cut last Tuesday by Baltimore. SUWANEE, Ga. — The Atlanta Falcons, unable to work out a trade for quarterback Jeff George, plan to extend his suspension because of comments he made to the media. Coach June Jones said Monday that George will not be returning to the team this week. Bobby Hebert, who had four turnovers Sunday in a 39-17 loss to San Francisco that dropped the Falcons to 0-4, remains the starting quarterback, apparently for the rest of the " season. George was suspended for one game, costing him about $227,250, after a sideline confrontation with Jones when the coach benched him in a loss to Philadelphia last week. George spoke with several reporters to give his side of the story, then held a news conference, with agent Leigh Steinberg at his side, to further address the suspension. AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn coach Terry Bowden was scheduled for surgery today to repair a he.r- niated disk in his neck. Bowden, who first complained of neck and arm pain a month ago, will. be hospitalized through Thursday. He expects to be on the sidelines when No. 20 Auburn plays South Carolina on Saturday. He had hoped to wait to have the operation — which involves removing a portion of the disk that is pressing on a spinal nerve — but said cortisone shots failed to alleviate the pain. He decided to go ahead with the surgery about 3 a.m. Sunday, he said. "I'm not going to be able to do a very good job next week or the week after that if I try to wait until the next open date," he said. Golf HARTFORD, Conn. — Defending champion J,er-? ry Courville of Milford, Conn., beat Tim Hogarth of Van Nuys, Calif., 3 and 1 on Monday to advance to the second round of the U.S. Mid-Ama- '.". teur Championship. Courville will face Jim Plotkin of Grand Terrace, Calif., this morning in the 25-and-over tournament at the Hartford Golf Club. Plotkin beat William Foster of Crofton, . '.' Md., 4 and 3. Volleyball DODGE CITY — Brown Mackie College won two matches on the road Monday night, but head coach Cheryl Aherns wasn't pleased with her team's effort. "Now is the time of the season when we need to show consistency on basic fundamentals, and we're not," said Aherns, whose team defeated Lamar, Colo., 15-5,14-16,15-9, and Dodge City Community College, 15-8,10-15,15-5. "We tend to play at the level of our competition. We've got to improve if we are going to have any success in the Region VI tournament." Brown Mackie takes its 16-5 record back on the road Wednesday at Hesston. 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