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D8 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION AUTO RACING 1p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing, pole quality. Ing tor UAW/GM MO, PRIME, cable 37. 7 pjn. — ARCA Auto Racing, ARCA 400, PRIME, cab* 39. BASEBALL HMD — Major League Baseball Playoffs, AL NvWon Stitas, Cleveland at BaWmora, ESPN. cable 38. S pjn.—Major League Baseball Playoffs, NL DMsfen Series. Atlanta at Los Angeles, ESPN, cable 38. 7 p.m. — Major League BasebaH, AL Division Series, Texas at New York, FOX, cable 4,7. QOLF 7:30 p.m. — USQA Golf Championship, Iran's mid-amateur semifinals, ESPN, cable 38. SOCCER (:30 p.m. — Major League Soccer, playoffs. Columbus at Tampa Bay, ESPN2, cable 39. RADIO GENERAL «:» pjn. — Coon Light Sportstalk Show, KSAU ISO-AM. football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Indianapolis 4 00 1.000 76 50 Buffalo 3 1 o .750 56 61 Miami 3 1 0 .750 104 57 New England 2 2 0 .500 79 66 NY Jets o 5 0 .000 62 132 Central Pittsburgh 3 1 0 .750 94 63 Battnore 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 Dsnvsr 4 1 0 .800 116 76 KansasClly 4 1 0 .800 110 75 San Diego 4 1 0 .800128116 Oakland 1 4 0 .200 85 100 Seattle 1 4 0 .200 71 136 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Washington 4 1 0 .800 103 56 Philadelphia 3 2 0 .600 108 111 Arizona 2 3 0 .400 82 131 Dallas 2 3 0 .400 87 76 NY Giants 2 3 0 .400 58 97 Central Green Bay 4 1 0 .600 167 66 Minnesota 4 1 o .800100 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 St Louis 1 3 0 .250 64 98 Atlanta 0 4 0 .000 58 124 'ftow Orleans 0 5 0 .000 70 124 ^ Sunday's results , Jacksonville 24, Carolina 14 Denver 14, Cincinnati to Detroit 27, Tampa Bay 0 " Pittsburgh 30, Houston 16 NY Giants 15, Minnesota 10 Baltimore 17, New Orleans 10 v Chicago 19, Oakland 17 San Francisco 39, Atlanta 17 Green Bay 31, Seattle 10 San Diego 22, Kansas City 19 > Arizona 31, St Lours 28 (ot) Washington 31, NY Jets 16 Open date: Buffalo, Indianapolis, Miami, New England Monday'* result Dallas 23, Philadelphia 19 Sunday, Oct. 6 Atlanta at Detroit, Noon. Carolina at Minnesota, Noon. Green Bay at Chicago, Noon. New England at Baltimore, Noon. Oakland at NY Jets, Noon. Seattle at 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 St. Louis, 3 p.m. , Houston at Cincinnati, 7p.m. Open date: Arizona, Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, Washington Monday, Oct. 7 Pittsburgh at Kansas City, 8 p.m. Harrah's odds RENO, Nev (AP) — Odds lor the college and professional football games this week from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: COLLEGE FOOTBALL Thursday Mississippi plus 22V4 vs. Tennessee at Memphis Saturday Boston College plus 14 at West Virginia '•Rutgers plus 27 at Syracuse North Carolina State plus 8Vi at Maryland * Duke plus 8 at Navy i Virginia minus 7 at Georgia Tech Temple minus 1 at Pittsburgh Michigan minus 6'/4 at Northwestern South Carolina plus 16 at Auburn Kentucky plus 22 at Alabama Indiana plus 5V4 at Illinois Minnesota plus 3 '/4 at Purdue Michigan Stats plus 814 at Iowa Nebraska minus 13 at Kansas State Kansas minus 10 at Oklahoma Pern State plus 10 at Ohio State Cslfomla plus 16 at Southern California UCLA minus 1 ft at Oregon Wyoming minus 22 at San Jose State Stanford plus 12 at Washington North Carolina minus 21 at Wake Forest Texas Christian plus 2V4 at Tulane Qsorgla minus 3 at Mississippi State Oklahoma State plus 19 at Texas Qemeon plus 30 at Florida State Florida minus 30 at Arkansas Baylor plus 7 at Texas Tech Vanderbltt plus 19 at Louisiana State Cincinnati plus 2ft at Memphis Missouri plus 2ft at Southern Methodist New Mexico minus 8 at Rice Utah minus 17 at Texas-El Paso Washington State plus 6 at Arizona Colorado State minus 13 at Hawaii NFL Sunctay New England minus 2 at Baltimore Seattle plus 7ft at Miami Qresn Bay minus 8 at Chicago Atlanta plus 10 at Detroit , Oakland mkun 3ft at NY Jets Carolina plus 6 at Minnesota San Francisco minus 10ft at St. Louis San Diego plus 3ft at Denver Indtonaoolls pkis 2 at Buffalo Jacksonvie plus 2 at New Orleans Houston plus 1 at Cincinnati Monday t> Pittsburgh plus 4 at Kansas City College schedule Thursday, Oct. 3 SOUTH ' Tennessee (2-1) at Mississippi (3-1) at Mem- phis, Tenn., 6:30 p.m. Alabama State (1-3) vs. Troy State (3-1) at Mobile, Ala., 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4 FAR WEST Brigham Young (4-1) at Utah State (2-3), 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. S EAST Cornell (1-1) at Buffalo (4-1), 11 a.m. Canrsfus (2-0) at lona (0-3), 11 a.m. Duke (0-4) at Navy (2-1), 11 a.m. Rutgers (1-3) at Syracuse (1-2), 11 a.m. Temple (1-3) at Pittsburgh (1-4), 11:30 a.m. Penn (1-1) at Bueknell (1-2), Noon. Brown (0-2) at Colgate (0-4). Noon. Fordham (0-4) at Dartmouth (2-0). Noon. Boston U. (0-4) at Delaware (3-1), Noon. Marlst (2-1) at Georgetown, D.C. (2-0), Noon. Lafayette (2-1) at Harvard (1-1), Noon. Columbia (2-0) at Holy Cross (1-2). Noon. Monmouth, N.J. (3-1) at Mercyhurst (1-3), Noon. Richmond (2-2) at Northeastern (2-2), Noon. Lehkjh (1-3) at Princeton (1-1), Noon. Massachusetts (3-1) at Rhode Island (2-3), Noon. Duquesne (3-0) at Siena (0-2), Noon. Wagner (1-2) at St. Francis, Pa. (2-1), Noon. Yale (1-1) at Army (3-0), 12:30 p.m. Vlllanova (3-1) at Connecticut (3-1), 12:30p.m. Gannon (0-4) at Robert Morris (4-0), 12:30 p.m. Boston College (2-2) at West Virginia (5-0), 2:30 p.m. St. Peter's (1-1) at Fairfleld (0-3), 6 p.m. Central Connecticut Stale (1-3) at Towson State (1-3), 8 p.m. SOUTH North Carolina State (0-3) at Maryland (2-2), 11a.m. New Hampshire (34) at William 8, Mary (3-1), Noon. Morenead State (2-1) at Charleston Southern (1-2), 12:30 p.m. Morgan State (3-1) at South Carolina State (03), 12:30 p.m. Western Kentucky (4-1) at Ala-Birmingham (2-2), 1 p.m. Kentucky (1-3) at Alabama (4-0), 1 p.m. Delaware State (1-3) at Bethune-Cookman (13), 1 p.m. SE Missouri (1-2) at Eastern Kentucky (1-3), 1 p.m. Ntchotls State (1-2) at Samlord (3-1), 1 p.m. Ark.-Plne Bluff (3-2) at Alcom State (2-3), 1:30 p.m. Lane (1-3) at Tennessee State (1-3), 1:30 p.m. Middle Tennessee (1-3) at Jacksonville State (0-4), 2p.m. Maine (3-2) at James Madison (3-1), 2 p.m. Tenn.-Martln (0-3) at Tennessee Tech (1-2), 2 p.m. South Carolina (2-2) at Auburn (3-1), 2:30 p.m. Western Carolina (2-2) at Furman (3-1), 2:30 p.m. VMI (CM) at Georgia Southern (1-3), 2:30 p.m. Virginia (4-0) at Georgia Tech (3-1), 2:30 p.m. Austin Peay (0-4) at Murray State (3-1), 2:30 p.m. Texas Southern (3-1) at Jackson State (4-0), 2 p.m. Texas Christian (1-2) at Tulane (1-2), 5:30 p.m. North Carolina (3-1) at Wake Forest (2-3), 5:30 p.m. Gulfford (1-2) at Davidson (1-2), 6 p.m. Appalachian State (3-1) at Eastern Tennessee State (4-1), 6 p.m. Clemson (2-2) at Florida State (3-0), 6 p.m. Tenn.-Chattanooga (2-2) at Marshall (44), 6 p.m. Georgia (1-2) at Mississippi State (2-1), 6 p.m. Presbyterian (2-2) at Wofford (1-3), 6 p.m. Vanderbilt (0-3) at Louisiana State (3-0), 7 p.m. Ark.-Monttcello (3-1) at McNeese State (1-3), 7 p.m. Cincinnati (2-2) at Memphis (2-2), 7 p.m. NW Louisiana (34) at NE Louisiana (2-3), 7 p.m. Houston (2-2) at SW Louisiana (2-2), 7 p.m. Miss. Valley State (1-3) at Southern U. (2-2), 7 p.m. MIDWEST Michigan State (2-2) at Iowa (2-1), 11 a.m. Minnesota (34) at Purdue (1-3), 11-a.m. Michigan (44) at Northwestern (3-1), 11:30 a.m. Dayton (44) at Evansvllle (2-1), Noon. Akron (1-4) at Kent (1-3), Noon. Central Michigan (2-3) at Miami, Ohio (2-3), Noon. Eastern Michigan (1-4) at Ohio U. (2-2), Noon. Ball Slate (1-3) at Western Michigan (0-5), Noon. Butler (1-3) at Drake (3-1), 12:30 p.m. Indiana (2-2) at Illinois (1-3), 1p.m. Florida A&M (3-1) vs. Hampton U. (2-2) at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. Southern Illinois (4-1) at SW Missouri State (41), 1:30 p.m. Indiana State (3-2) at Western Illinois (44), 1:30 p.m. Nebraska (2-1) at Kansas State (44), 2:30 p.m. Penn State (54) at Ohio Stats (34), 2:30 p.m. North Texas (1-3) at Northern Illinois (1-4), 3 p.m. Bowling Green (3-1) at Toledo (3-1), 6 p.m. SOUTHWEST Florida (44) at Arkansas (1-2), 11:30 a.m. Kansas (2-1) at Oklahoma (0-3), 1:30 p.m. Prairie View (0-5) at Langston (3-1), 2 p.m. Louisiana Tech (3-2) at Texas A&M (1-3), 4 p.m. Oklahoma State (3-1) at Texas (2-2), 6 p.m. Baylor (34) at Texas Tech (2-2), 6:30 p.m. Central Arkansas (2-2) at Arkansas State (13). 7 p.m. New Mexico (4-1) at Rice (1-3), 7 p.m. Missouri (1-3) at Southern Methodist (2-3), 7 p.m. Utah (4-1) at Texas-El Paso (2-2), 7 p.m. FAR WEST Montana State (2-1 {at Eastern Washington (31), 2:30 p.m. Southern Utah (2-3) at Montana (34), 2:30 p.m. California (44) at Southern California (3-1), 2:30 p.m. San Diego (2-2) at St. Mary's, Cal. (3-1), 3 p.m. Nevada (2-2) at UNLV (0-5), 3p.m. Wyoming (54) at San Jose State (1-4), 3:30 p.m. Cal Poly-SLO (1-3) at Idaho (1-3). 4 p.m. Stanford (1-2) at Washington (2-1), 5:30 p.m. Weber State (3-1) at Northern Arizona (4-1), 6 p.m. Sacramento State (1-2) at Idaho State (2-2), 7:30 p.m. Portland State (1 -3) at Cal State Northridge (22), 8 p.m. Washington State (3-1) at Arizona (2-2), 9p.m. Boise State (1-4) at Arizona State (44), 9 p.m. UCLA (1-2) at Oregon (3-2), 9:15 p.m. Colorado State (2-3) at Hawaii (1-4), Midnight. Juco rankings COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP)-The lop 16 teams In the National Junior College Athletic Association football poll with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 1 and total points: Record Pts 1. Bllnn, Texas (8) 44 116 2. Dixie, Utah (1) 44 110 3. Colfeyvllle (1) 44 96 4. Snow, Utah 44 77 5. N.D. State-Wahpeton 44 71 6. Nassau, N.Y. 44 70 7. Ellsworth, Iowa 44 54 6. Navarre, Texas 4-1 37 9. Garden City 4-1 30 Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2 SOCCER Ottawa at Kansas Wesleyan, 1-4 p.m. VOLLEYBALL Brown Mackle at Hesston, 8 p.m. 10. Hutchlnson 4-1 29 11. Montgomery, Md. 4-0 26 12. East Central, Miss. 4-0 16 13. Mesa, Ariz. - 3-1 13 14. Arizona Western 4-1 11 15. Grand Rapids, Mich. 4-0 8 High school ASSOCIATED PRESS CONSENSUS RANKINGS Class 6A 1. OlaDie North, 4-0; 2. Manhattan, 3-0; 3. Lawrence. 3-1; 4. Wichita West, 3-1; 5. Topeka Washbum Rural, 4-0 4 Olathe East, 3-1. Class 5A 1. Liberal, 4-0; 2. Sallna Central, 4-0:3. Pittsburg, 3-1; 4. Wichita Carroll, 4-0; 5. BV North, 40. Class 4A 1. Paola. 4-0; 2. Ulysses, 4-0; 3. Fort Scott, 40; 4. Andale, 4-0; 5. Sabetha. 4-0. Class 3A 1. Silver Lake, 4-0; 2. Norton, 4-0; 3. Smith Center, 4-0; 4. Wichita Collegiate, 4-0; 5. SE Saline, 4-0. Class 2-1A 1. Stockton, 3-1; 2. Ell-Saline, 4-0; 3. Prttsburg Colgan, 4-0; 4. Garden Plain, 4-0; 5. Frankfort, 4-0. Eight-Man I 1. Little River. 4-0; 2. (lie) Centre, 4-0 & Mankalo, 4-0; 4. Coldwater, 3-1; 5. BV Randolph, 4-0. Eight-Man II 1. Sylvan, 4-0; 2. Kensington, 4-0; 3. (tie) Rolla, 4-0 & Triplalns, 4-0; 5. Lewis, 4-0. Junior high SALINA SOUTH 32, FORT RILEY 22 Fort Riley 0 8 0 14 - 22 Sallna South (3-0) 16 8 0 8-32 Fort Rlley - Cable (2) 37,2 run; Reynolds 70 pass from Herrera. PAT - Barnes pass from Herrara, Lazo pass from Herrara. Sallna South - McGrew (2) 18,43 run; Kesller 42 run; Carter fumble recovered In end zone. PAT - McGrew 2 runs; Russell pass from McGrew. Baseball MLB playoffs DIVISION SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE Texas va. New York Tuesday's result Texas 6, New York 2, Texas leads series 1-0 Wednesday's game Texas (Hill 16-10) at New York (Pettltte 21-8), 7:11p.m. (FOX) Cleveland va. Baltimore Tuesday's result Baltimore 10, Cleveland 4, Baltimore leads series 1-0 Wednesday's game Cleveland (Hershlser 15-9) at Baltimore (Erickson 13-12), 12:07 p.m. (ESPN) NATIONAL LEAGUE San Diego va. St. Louis Tuesday's result St. Louis 3, San Diego 1, St. Louis leads series 1-0 Thursday's game San Diego (Sanders 9-5) at St. Louis (Andy Benes 18-10), 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) Atlanta ve. Loa Angeles Wednesday's game Atlanta (Smoltz 24-8) at Los Angeles (Martinez '15-6), 3:07 p.m. (ESPN) American League ORIOLES 10, INDIANS 4 CLEVELAND BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl Lotion d 5011 ByAdsncf 5221 Seteerdh 5 0 1 0 Zelle3b 4220 Thome3b 4010 RAImr2b 4011 e If 4000 RPmro 1b 4211 Franco 1b 4010 Bonilla rl 3114 MRmrzrf 4231 Dvrauxrt 0000 Kent2b 4110 CRpkenss 5031 SAImrc 3011 Murray dh 4000 Giles ph 1000 Surhoff If 4222 TPenac 0000 Holies c 2100 Vlzquel ss 2111 Parent c 0000 Totals 384104 Totals 35101210 Cleveland 010 200 100- 4 Baltimore 112 005 10x—10 E-Zelle (1). LOB-Cleveland 8, Baltimore 8. 2B--Kent (1), Vlzquel (1), RPalmelro (1), CRIp- ken (1). HR—MRamirez (1), ByAnderson (1), Bonilla (1), Surhoff 2 (2). SB-Vlzquel (1). CS- Vlzquel (1). SF—Vlzquel, RAIomar. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland NagyL.0-1 51-3 9 7 7 3 1 Embree 1-301 1 00 Shuey 11-33 2 2 0 2 Tavarez 1 00011 Baltimore DWells W.1-0 62-3 8 4 4 1 3 Orosco 0 00000 TeMathews 2-320000 ARhodes 2-300001 RMyers 1 00002 Orosco pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. HBP—by Embree (RPalmelro), by Nagy (Holies), by Orosco (Thome). WP—TeMathews. Umpires—Home, Coble; First, Kosc; Second, Tschlda; Third, Welke; Lett, Shulock; Right, Hendry. T-3:25. A-47,644 (48,262). RANGERS 8, YANKEES 2 TEXAS NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Hmltoncf 4000 Raines rl 5110 IRdrgzc 4110 Boggs3b 5010 Greerrl 3110 O'Neill if 4000 JQnzIz rf 4113 BeWms cf 4011 WCIarktb 4110 TMrtnztb 4130 Ttflelondh 3100 Strwbrdh 4000 Palmer3b 4122 Duncan2b 4021 McLmr2b 4011 Qirardic 3010 Elsterss 4010 DJeterss 4010 Totals 34 6 a 6 Totals 37 210 2 Texas 000 501 000—6 New York 100 100 000-2 DP—New York 1. LOB—Texas 3, New York 9. 2B—Elster (1), Boggs (1), TiMarilnez 2 (2). HR—JGonzalez (1), Palmer (1). CS— McLemore(1). IP H RER BB SO Texas 8urketlW,1-0 9 10 2 2 1 7 New York ConeL,0-1 6 66626 Lloyd 1 00000 Weathers -2 00002 Umpires—Home, Evans; First, Kaiser; Second, Merrill; Third, Young; Left, Clark; Right, Johnson. T—2:50. A—57.205 (67,545). National League CARDINALS 3, PADRES 1 SAN DIEGO ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl RHdsn If 4121 Clayton ss 3010 TGwynrf 5020 McGeecf 4000 FMeycf 3 0 1 0 Ganlrl 2110 Cmlnltl 3d 3000 BJrdn rl 4110 Joynertb 3010 GaettlSb 3113 GVghn ph 1000 Mabry 1b 3000 Cnfrcco 1b 0000 Pgnozzi c 3000 CGmez ss 4000 Allcea 2b 3020 BJhnsn c 4000 Sttlmyr p 2000 JoReed 2b 4010 Hnyctl p 1000 Hamttn p 2000 Eckrsly p 0000 Lvngst ph 1000 Blairp 0000 CGwyn ph 1010 Totals 35 1 B 1 Totsls 28 3 6 3 Ssn Diego 000 001 000—1 St Louis 300 000 OOx-3 E—Camlnlti (1). DP—San Diego 2. LOB— San Diego 10, St. Louis 4.2B—TGwynn (1), Al- lcea 2 (2). HR—RHendereon (1), Qaettl (1). SB—TGwynn (t), Flnley (1), Gant 2 (2). CS— Clayton (1), Allcea (1). IP H RER BB SO Ssn Diego Hamilton L.0-1 6 53306 Blair 2 10023 St Louis Sttlmyr W.1-0 62-3 5 1 1 2 7 Honeycutt 2-31 0001 EckersleyS.1 12-3 2 0 0 0 1 HBP—by Hamilton (Gant), by Stottlemyre (Ftnley). Umpires—Home, Quick; First, Davis; Second, DeMuth; Third, Pulli; Left, Wendelstedl; Right, Benin. T-2:39.A-54,193(57,07(,). Golf State college BAKER UNIVERSITY INVITATIONAL At Alvamar Hills, Par 72 Team acoree Southwest Missouri State 600, Kansas Newman 617, Kansas City Kansas (No. 1) 618, Indian Hills 625, Briar Cliff 625, Missouri Baptist 632, Johnson County 633, Kansas City Kansas (No. 2) 641, Southwestern 652, Baker 653, Bethany 655, Kansas Wesleyan 688, Central 708, Ottawa 799, Baptist Bible 841. Top 10 Individuals 1. Alumbaugh, SWM, 148; 2. Hart, Indian Hills, 147; 3. Hageman, Kansas Newman, 149; 4. Whllesell, SWM, 151; 5. Rogers, SWM, 152; 6. Schop, Kansas Newman, 152; 7. Shively, KCK, 152; 8. White, Missouri Baptist, 153; 9. Hunt, KCK, 153; 10. Kaiser, Johnson County, 154. ' EMPORIA INVITATIONAL Team scores Manhattan 347, Topeka Washbum Rural 366, Clay Center 377, Emporia 408, Topeka Hayden 453, Sallna South 463, Council Grove 470, Sall- na Central 473. Medalist Hammerschmldt, Man, 85; Dillon, Man, 85. Sallna Central Individuals Klckhaefer 115, Kelley 117, Rathbun 120, Campion 121, LaRue 127, Hoeffner 137. Sallna South Individuals Mitchell 97, Powell 119, Ramage 123, Graham 124, Isaacson 128, Sanchez 133. Volleyball College results AT LINDSBORG Friends del. Bethany, 15-12,15-5,15-10 AT HILLSBORO Kansas Wesleyan del. Tabor, 154,15-9,7-15, 16-14 • ATWINFIELD Ottawa def. Southwestern, 15-7,15-12,11-15, 15-13 High school AT EUREKA Eureka def. Humboldt, 15-9,154 Eureka del. Humboldt, 154,15-3 AT MARION Marion def. Wichita Trinity, 15-1,15-3 Marion def. Wichita Trinity, 15-3,15-2 AT LaCROSSE Wheatland def. LaCrosse, 15-11,15-7 AT BROOKVILLE Hutchlnson Trinity def. Moundridge, 15-12,1511 Ell-Saline def. Hutchlnson Trinity, 15-7,15-9 . Moundridge def. Ell-Saline, 15-9,18-16 AT CLAY CENTER Clay Center def. Chapman, 15-9,15-6 Clay Center def. Chapman, 15-3,15-9 AT DOWNS Lincoln del. Downs, 154,15-2 Waconda East del. Lincoln, 8-15,15-8,15-11 Waconda East def. Downs, 15-8,15-2 AT HERNDON Golden Plains def. Hemdon, 15-11,15-10 Grinnell def. Hemdon, 11-15,15-2,15-5 AT HOPE Southern Cloud def, Hope, 15-11,12-15,1512 Southern Cloud def. Bennlngton, 15-13,15-8 Bennlngton del. Hope, 15-13,15-13 AT LOST SPRINGS Tescottdef. Centre, 15-9,15-13 Tescottdef. St. Xavler, 15-2,15-5 Centre def. St. Xavler, 154,15-3 AT MANKATO North Central def. Mankato, 12-15,15-2,15-10 North Central def. Kensington, 15-2.15-4 Mankalo def. Kensington, 15-2,13-15,15-11 AT SMITH CENTER Smith Center def. Stockton, 15-2,15-5 Smith Center def. Stockton, 15-2,15-8 AT WASHINGTON Washington def. BV Randolph, 154,15-11 BV Randolph def. Hanover, 15-7,15-11 Washington del. Hanover, 15-8,15-7 AT GYPSUM Belolt def. SE Saline, 154,15-7 SE Saline def. Belolt, 15-6,15-10 AT ST. FRANCIS Obertin del. St. Francis, 15-13,5-15,15-9 Oberlln def. Cheylln, 15-13,15-10 AT HERINGTON Council Grove def. Herington, 15-10,15-12 Herlngton def. Council Grove, 15-12,5-15,1512 AT WaKEENEY Tregodef. Russell, 13-15,15-5,15-9 Victoria del. Russell, 11-15,15-3,15-4 Victoria del. Trego, 15-7,3-15,154 AT COTTONWOOD FALLS Sacred Heart def. Chase County, 14-18,1614, 15-9 Sacred Heart def. Chase County, 15-13,15-10 Junior varsity AT GYPSUM SE Saline def. Belolt, 13-15,15-8,15-11 AT COTTONWOOD FALLS Sacred Heart del. Chase County, 15-5,15-11 Freshman AT COTTONWOOD FALLS Chase County del. Sacred Heart, 15-3,15-9 Cross country High school OBERLIN INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Quintet 58, McCook, Neb. 87, Oakley 70, Colby 101, Phllllpsburg 113, Wheatland 135, Goodland 140, Obertin 179. Top 10 Individuals 1. Weber, Morland, 16:34; 2. Bossert, C, 17:05; 3. Bales, Me, 17:28; 4. Tedlord, G, 17:38; 5. Maddux, Me, 17:41; 6. Zimmerman, Q, 17:49; 7. Porter, Q, 17:55; 8. Donovan, Oa, 18:17; 9. Kendall, Ph, 18:18; 10. Ouster, G, 18:19. QIRLS Team scores Oakley 38, Colby 56, Qulnter 66, McCook, Neb.71,Goodland113. Top 10 Individuals 1. Huncovsky, Oa, 12:38; 2. Case, Dundy County, Neb., 13:00; 3. Stephens, C, 13:15; 4. Jackson, Ph, 13:17; '5. Stover, 0, 13:19; 6. Ross, Golden Plains, 13:39; 7. J.Lemon, Mo, 13:40; 8. Muehlenkamp, Me, 13:42; 9. demon, Mo, 13:43; 10. Craylon, Mo, 13:50, HILL CITY INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Qulnter 43, Ellis 57, Oakley 64, WheatJand 113, Dlghton 116, Oberlln 118, Phllllpsburg 136. Top 10 Individuals 1. Weber, Morland, 16:04; 2. Young, Ullca, 16:26; 3. Kendall, Ph, 16:28; 4. Porter,'Q, 16:39; 5. Zimmerman, Q, 16:50; 6. Hill, E, 17:02; 7. Shepherd, E, 17:26; 6. Donovan, Oa, 17:27; 9. Waldschmldl, E, 17:33; 10. Davis, Dl, 17:34. QIRLS Team score* Oakley 41, Dlghton 69, Qulnter 63, Plalmrille, 90, Downs 104, Hill City 141, Ellis 173. Top 10 Individuals 1. Huncovsky, Oa. 12:28; 2. Young, U, 12:49; 3, Young, PI, 12:52; 4. Shearer, Natoma, 12:59; 5. Johnson, Ph, 13:03; 6. Stover, Q, 13:10; 7. Tankersley, Dl, 13:13; 8. VonLeonrod, Dl, .13:14; 9. demon, M, 13:15; 10. Tucker, Dl, 13:18. LYONS INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Abilene 63, SE Saline 71, Chapman 72, Hols- Ington, Ellsworth 91, Lamed 161, Lyons 205. Smoky Valley 205, Sterling 256, Ellinwood 275, Hillsboro 300. SE Saline Individuals 2. Craig 16:26; 9. Willis 16:53; 10. Pavkov 17:09; 17. Evans 17:17; 33. Ellertson 17:49; 37. Hemphlll 18:27. Emmanuel Christian Individuals 37. Holtberg, 18:20; 52. Jackson, 19:15; 63. Gowln, 19:16; 56. Mattison, 19:43. SE Saline Junior varsity 24. Koons 20:40; 34. Crabtree 21:33. SE Saline freshman 1. Owen 18:31; 5. Prater 19:72; 17. Daniels 21:51; 29. Verhoefl 24:42. QIRLS Team scores SE Saline 39, Lyons 76, Chapman 77, Hols- Ington 64, Ellsworth 126, Ellinwood 160, Hills- bora 153, Abilene 164, SE Saline Individual* 2. Brady 12:52; 4. Keeler 1321; 8.'Jackson 13:35; 11. Lund 13:45; 25. Davis 14:43; 36. Reese 15:28. SE Saline Junior vanity 1. Justice 14:16; 3. Mueller 15:51; 10. Prater 17:14. Tennis High school ELLSWORTH QUAD Team scores Lyons 27, Holslngton 23, Plalnvllie 7, Ellsworth 3. Singles No. 1 -1. Branyan, H, 34; 2. Neufeld, L, 2-1; 3. Doubrava, E, 1-2; 4. Harrison, P, 0-3. No. 2 -1. Ebrighl, L, 34; 2. Hekele, H, 2-1; 3. Stout, P, 1-2; 4. Boeckner, E, 0-3. Doubles No. 1 -1. Chureh-Praffitt, L, 34; 2. Refchuber- Carney, H, 2-1; 3. Chote-Brookhouser, P, 1-2; 4. Davls-Zeman, E, 0-3. No. 2 -1. Kratzer-Semmel, L, 34; 2. Meriau- Radenberg, H, 2-1; 3. Kraushaar-Melstrell, P, 12; 4. Bartone-Pany, E, 0-3. Junior varsity SAUNA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL Team scores McPherson 30, Manhattan 22, Sallna Central 19, Lyons 14, Smoky Valley 12, Sallna South 10, Ntekerson 9. Sallna Individuals No. 1 slnglss - 3. Collins, SC, 2-1; 4. Shuler, SS, 1-2. No, 2 singles - 2. .Griffin, SC, 2-1; 6. Haas, SS, 1-2. No. 1 doubles - 5. Matllson-B lakety, SC, 2-1; 6. Kruse-Stelchen, SS, 1-2. No. 2 doubles - 3. Powell-Bowman, SC, 2-1; 6. Maresch-Blckel, SS, 1-2. Soccer College men STERLING 3, TABOR 2 Sterling 03-3 Tabor • 11-2 Scoring Sterling - Anderson (unassisted), 55lh; own goal, 62nd; Fogarty (penalty kick), 73rd. Tabor - Bold! (unassisted), 10th; Lehn (unassisted), 62nd. Shots on goal-S 15, T 20. Saves-S 11, T 8. Recreation SPR scores ADULT BASEBALL Lsagus 1 - Ancient Mariners 6, Gunelson's Team 5; Plumer's Team 9, Slsseirs Team 6. MEN'S SLOWPITCH League 2 - Ball Busters 16-10, Philips Light- Ing 13-9; Firefighters Local »782 17-21, Crow's Nest 16-7; JJ's Carpentry 12-24, Nematodes 1010. League 3 - Fall Guys 16-15, Tony's 1-12; Bennlngton State Bank 12-19, Heartland Ball Bonding 11-12; Cabinets, Inc. 12-18, Kansas Cellular/Klnnet 3-2. League 4 - Great Plains *2 16-8, Philips Lighting 8-19; Domino's Pizza Hammerheads 85; Loose Cannons 7-9. WOMEN'S SLOWPITCH Good Sports 10-7, Philips Lighting 04; Clu- bins 4 Rettele, ad. 6-5, Peery's Auto & RV Service 44; Sallna Spring/Kid's Time 18-18, Allen Insurance 0-3. General Transactions BASEBALL National League ATLANTA BRAVES-Clalmed RHP Scott Brow off waivers from the Toronto Blue Jays, CINCINNATI REDS-Announced that RHP Tim Pugh refused an outright transfer to Indianapolis of the American Association and has become a free agent. Sent RHP Giovanni Carrara was outright to Indianapolis. MONTREAL EXPOS-£xtended the contract of Fred Ferrelra, director of International operations, for three years, through the 1999 season. NEW YORK METS-Announced the resignation-of Ross Vecchlo, general manager ol Port SI Lude of the Florida State League. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Flred Denis Merike, hitting Instructor, and Jim Wright, pitch- Ing coach. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA—Promoted Paul Hanson to senior vice president of team operations. HOUSTON ROCKETS—Signed F Othella Harrington, F Randy Livingston, G Ten-ell Bell, G Matt Maloney and G Joe Stephens. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS-Walved DT Chris Maumalanga, Signed DT Brad Ottls. CHICAGO BEARS-Slgned OB Mark Butterfield from the Arizona Cardinals practice squad. Waived LB Greg Briggs. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS-Extended the contract ot RB Lamont Warren through the 1999 season. MIAMI DOLPHINS-Released TE Keith Byars. ST. LOUIS RAMS-Acqulred OL Bill Mllner from the Miami Dolphins for TE Troy Drayton. WASHINGTON REDSKINS-Slgned C Christopher Sedoris from the Green Bay Packers practice squad. Waived CB Eric Sutton. " HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Acqulred rights to C Espen Knutsen from Hartford Whalers In exchange for RW Kevin Brown. Acquired C Ted, Drury and the rights to D Marc Moro from Ottawa In exchange for C Shaun Van Allen and D Jason York. COLORADO AVALANCHE-Asslgned G Marc Denis to Chlcoutiml of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. DALLAS STARS-Sent F Marc Labelle lo Michigan of the IHL EDMONTON OILERS—Re-signed C Doug Weight HARTFORD WHALERS—Acquired RW Kevin Brown from the Anaheim Mighty Ducks for C Espen Knulsen. Signed LW Kent Mandervllle and RW Chris Longo to one-year contracts. Sent Brown, Longo and LW Jeff Daniels to Springfield oltheAHL K-State football by-the-numbers KANSAS STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS Record -1-0,4-0 KSU DPP First downs 80 61 Rushes-yards 167442 163-530 Passing yards 818 428 Comp-Att-Int 64-108-1 42-117-3 Total offense 275-1460 280-958 Punting 20-46.0 28-40.6 Fumbles-losl 5-3 8-3 Penalties-yards 30-249 29-188 Possession time 30:58 29:02 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING - Charles 67-367-6, Lawrence 47-174-2, Goolsby 13-50-2, Dean 1-37, Beasley 14-29, Fogle 1-9, Qangwlch 3-9, Anderson 1-2, Kavanaugh 20-(-35). PASSING - Kavanagh 59-98-1-727, Beasley 5-10-0-91. TOUCHDOWN PASSES - Kavanaugh 6, Beasley 1. RECEIVING - Lockett 22-310-2, Dean 10-128-4, Lawrence 9-57, Anderson 8-72, Charles 5-18, Qrosdldler 3-52-2, Hackney 2-71-1, Canty 2-48, Swift 2-39, Jackson 1-8, Woodard 1-8. FIELD GOALS - Rheem 1 -3 (made: 33; missed: 32,44). PUNTING - Garcia, 18-47.6, Romano 2-31.5. KICKOFF RETURNS - Lawrence 2-132 (88.0), Canty 170, Anderson 1-20, Dean 1-16, Swift 1-0. PUNT RETURNS- Canty 13-137 (10.5), Lawrence 1-17. SCORING - Charles 26, Dean 24, Rheem 23, Qoolsby 12, Qrosdldler 12, Lawrence 12, Lockett 12, Hackney 6, Kavanaugh e, Smith 6. TACKLES - Slmoneau 38, Fogle 36, OCRS 32, Smith 29, Evans 27, Chapman 25, Wlren 25, Johnson 24, Canty 16, Tlmmons 15, Swazer 14, Clements 9, Denmark 9, Grace 9, Howard 9, Mclntosh 7, S.Wehrman 6, Qrosdldler 6, King 3, C.Wehrman 3.. TACKLES FOR LOSSES - Wlren 5-5, Fogle 4-9,' Evans 4-4, Slmoneau 3-8, Ochs 2-5, Canty 1-3, Mclntosh 1-3, Johnson 1-2, Grace 1-1. QUARTERBACK SACKS - Wlren 5 Vi -32, Swazer 4-23, Evans 1V4-5, Johnson 1-16, Slmoneau 1-5, Grace 1-4, Howard 1-4, Mclntosh 1-4, Fogle 1-3, Tlmmons V4-8, Clements V4-1. INTERCEPTIONS - Canty 2, Ochs 1. FUMBLE RECOVERIES - Evans 1, Johnson 1, Smith 1. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State 38 352848-149 Opponents 3 0 7 14- 24 SEASON'S RESULTS 8-31 — TEXAS TECH (W, 21-14). 9-7 — INDIANA STATE (W. 59-3). 9-14 — CINCINNATI (W, 35-0). 9-21 — At Rice (W, 34-7). 10-5 — NEBRASKA, 2:30 p.m. 10-12 —At Missouri, 1 p.m. 10-19 — At Texas A&M, 1 p.m. 10-26 — OKLAHOMA, 1 p.m. 11-9 —At Kansas, 1 p.m. 11-16 — At Colorado, 12:30 p.m. 11-23 — IOWA STATE, 1 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL STANDINGS ACC Conference W L PF PA W Florida St 3 0 108 24 3 Vkginta 2 0 63 10 4 Ola. Tech 3 1 106 64 3 RCarollna 2 1 81 13 3 Oemson 1 1 21 55 2 .'Mayfcnd o 1 3 21 2 N.Caro.8t 0 2 33 79 0 Mlt 0 2 29 92 '0 W.Forsst 0 3 27 93 2 All Games L PF PA 0 108 24 155 44 106 64 88 23 64 96 72 55 54 121 69 165 74 133 BIO EAST Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Warn! 2 0 78 0 4 0 160 13 W.VWWa 1 0 34 0 5 0 111 24 'ByracUM 1 0 62 21 1 2 96 83 Vs. Tech 2 1 96 73 3 1 117 91 i Temple 00 0 0 1 3 78 123 Boston Col. 01 7 45 2 2 88 124 Rutgers 0 2 14 83 1 3 58 101 Pttsbuigh 0 2 0 79 1 4 87 207 Bid TEN Conference All dames W L tt PA W L PF PA Pern fit 1 0 23 20 6 0 191 34 Michigan 1 0 20 8 4 0 98 44 Nrthwttm 1 0 36 17 3 1 126 65 lift 8V 1 0 62 14 2 2 133 99 Minnesota 0000 3 0 91 59 Ohio St. 0000 3 0 171 23 Iowa 0000 2 1 79 60 Wisconsin 0 1 20 23 31 110 43 Indiana 0 1 17 35 2 2 78 58 Illinois .01 8 20 1 3 49 123 Purdue 0 1 14 52 1 3 62 126 BIG 12 North Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Kansas St. 1 0 21 14 40 149 24 Colorado 1 0 24 10 3 1 122 83 Iowa St. 1 0 45 31 2 2 138 133 Kansas 00 0 0. 2 1 129 72 Nebraska 00 0 0 2 1 120 42 Missouri 0 2 41 85 1 3 95 128 South Texas t 0 40 10 2 2 118 81 Texas Tech 1 1 45 24 22 115 69 Baylor 00 0 0 3080 39 Oklahoma 00 0 0 0 3 62 102 Okla.St. 01 3 31 3 1 87 77 Texas A&M 0 1 10 24 t 3 124 94 BIG WEST Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Nevada 00 0 0 2 2 139 126 Utah St. 00 0 0 2 3 138 164 Idaho 00 0 0 • 1 3 132 124 N.Texas 000 1 3 37 148 Boise St. 00 0 0 1 4 105 131 NMexSL 0000 0 5 28 179 CONFERENCE USA Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA S.Miss. 1 0 24 7 4 1 128 85 Memphis 1 0 17 10 2 2 53 67 Tulane 1 1 44 31 1 2 68 62 Houston 00 0 0 2 2 128 121 Cincinnati 0 1 14 34 2 2 68 95 Louisville 01 7 24 2 3 95 96 MID-AMERICA Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Bowl.Gm 2 0 45 37 3 1 72 74 Toledo 2 0 51 17 3 1 68 81 OhloU. 1 0 44 14 2 2 92 89 Miami, 0. 2 1 90 26 2 3 127 77 CenlMlch. 1 1 65 69 2 3 165 173 E.Mich. 1 1 26 36 1 4 53 135 Akron 1 2 51 78 14 76 137 Ball St. 01 6 16 1 3 70 87 Kent 01 6 64 1 3 90 191 W.Michigan 0 3 47 84 0 6 76 146 PAC-10 Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Ari2.St. 2 0 93 69 4 0 164 76 California 1 0 48 42 4 0 186 119 USC 1 0 46 17 3 1 134 53 Wash. St. 1 0 55 44 3 1 184 131 Washngton 1 1 73 62 2 1 102 79 Stanford 00 0 0 1 2 35 33 UCLA 00.0 0 1 2 73 73 Arizona 0 1 17 31 2 2 101 55 Oregon 0 2 71 103 3 2 160 188 Oregon St. 0 2 69 84 0 4 83 171 SOUTHEASTERN East Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Florida 2 0 100 29 4 0 217 84 S.Carolina 1 1 33 28 2 2 73 65 Tennessee 0 1 29 35 2 1 126 58 Georgia 0 1 14 23 1 2 36 46 Kentucky 01 0 65 1 3 20 127 Vanderblll 0 2 35 56 0 3 42 70 West Alabama 2 0 53 33 4 0 84 50 LSU 1 0 19 15 3 0 117 56 Miss. SL 1 0 14 10 2 1 68 58 Auburn 1 1 60 47 3 1 161 47 Mississippi 1 1 48 54 3 1 117 75 Arkansas 01 7 17 1 2 55 61 Western Athletic Mountain Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA BYU f 0 48 17 4 1 164 92 Utah 2 0 34 4 1 145 106 NewMex. 1 1 41 24 4 1 135 71 SMU 1 2 37 62 2 3 77 91 Tx-EIPaso 0 1 25 26 22 79 62 Tulsa 0 1 10 17 2 2 77 91 TCU 0 1 7 27 1 2 44 86 Rice 0 1 17 45 1 3 52 163 PACIFIC Wyoming 3 0 121 40 50 202 116 Colo. St. 1 0 35 1 2 3 167 183 Air Force 3 1 174 56 31 174 56 Fresno St 1 1 37 62 1 3 64 "144 S Jose St. 1 1 26 70 1 4 69 192 S Diego St. 0 0 0 0 2 1 128 94 Hawaii 0 2 7 86 1 4 58 145 UNLV 0 3 54 133 0 6 74 247 MAJOR INDEPENDENTS Army E.Carolina Notre Dame Navy La. Tech Ala.-Blrmlngham SWU. NELa. Ark. 81 Cent Fla, NJIIInols W L PF PA 47 45 0 99 1 105 1 92 60 67 66 143 121 61 102 114 160 72 155 80 131 77 142 43 163) SPORTS DIGEST Victory just to play The Associated Press Gabriel Lane (left), a 20-year-old high school student with Down Syndrome, celebrates with his trainer, Jason Renouf, after his first game for Greeley Central's (Broomfleld, Colo.) junior varsity Monday night. Lane was originally not permitted to play because of his age, but that ruling was later lifted for special circumstances. Baseball NEW YORK — Frank Thomas of the Chicago White Sox and Charles Nagy of the Cleveland Indians were named the respective AL player and pitcher of the month for September, the league announced Tuesday. Thomas batted .341 with 11' home runs in 23 games. The two-time AL MVP led the league in slugging percentage (.750) and his on-base percentage was .433. He finished the season hitting .349 with 40 home runs and 134 RBI. Nagy went 4-1 with two complete games last month with a 2.56 ERA, helping the Indians clinch their second straight AL Central title. The right-hander finished the regular season 17-5 with a 3.41 ERA. ST. LOUIS — Some streetside entrepreneurs ' got more than they bargained for after trying to sell Cardinals tickets outside Busch Stadium. Un^ dercover detectives arrested 74 ticket sellers and seized 358 tickets worth $2,800 this weekend during a three-game series that brought near-capacity crowds to the stadium. Police say the arrests come as a warning to ticket holders hoping to make some cash from the Cardinals' postseason, which began Tuesday in St. Louis against the San Diego Padres. Basketball SEATTLE — Unhappy with his $3 million salary this season and unsure when he will join his teammates, Shawn Kemp was a no-show Tuesday at the opening of the Seattle SuperSonics' training camp. Kemp, a four-time All-Star who helped the Sonics make it to last season's NBA Finals, will be the sixth-highest paid player on the team this season. Under the labor agreement between the league and union, a player's contract can't be changed until three years after it is signed. So Kemp must wait another season before the Sonics can give him more money. Football ST. LOUIS — The Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams both sought to rectify glaring weaknesses Tuesday, the Rams acquiring offensive lineman Bill Milner in exchange for tight end Troy Drayton. Golf Being young, talented, rich and successful can have its pitfalls. As much as Tiger Woods has go-' ing for him, he still better watch his step. A shining image can tarnish with astonishing speed. Just days after citing exhaustion and withdrawing from a tournament he entered through a sponsor's exemption, it was announced that Woods accepted a hefty appearance fee to play in the Australian Open next month. And as if the megamillion-dollar Nike man needs more money; Woods agreed to a $2.2 million two-book deal with Warner Books — on the condition that he have three to six years to produce the books. Tennis LYON, France — Defending champion Wayne Ferreira was ousted from the Lyon Grand Prix in his first match Tuesday as Moroccan Youness El Aynaoui beat him 5-7,6-4,6-4. Last year, Ferreira beat Pete Sampras in the final, stopping Sampras' bid for a fourth Lyon title a month after the world's No. 1 player won the U.S. Open. Ferreira was seeded third this year. Second-seeded Yevge ny Kafelnikov struggled but advanced to the second rond with a 7-6 (7-2), 6-7 (5-7), 6-4 victory over Daniel Vacek of the Czech Republic. SINGAPORE — Michael Chang started with an ace and won the first nine games Tuesday in a 60, 6-3 first-round victory Dutchman Dennis Van Scheppingen in the Singapore Open indoor tournament. "It was a good start for me," said Chang, a 1996 U.S. Open finalist and the tournament's top seed. There was thunderous applause from the , some 1,000 spectators when Van Scheppingen ranked 103rd on the ATP Tour, finally won the fourth game of the second set. Most of the time,. he struggled with unforced errors. ';*.. 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