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82 MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1996 THE SALINA JOURNAL TV-radio .Today's schedule • TELEVISION • I FOOTBALL > 8 p.m. — Na Football, Pittsburgh at Kansas ;Oty, ABC, cable 9,10. RADIO « ' FOOTBALL 1 7:48 p.m. — Na Football, Pittsburgh at •Kansas City. KSAL. 1150-AM. 8 p.m. — Na Football, Pittsburgh at Kansas .City, KINA, 910-AM; KSKG, 99.9-FM. i ' GENERAL i J:M p.m. — Coora Light Sportstalk Show, •KSAL, 1150-AM. Football Coaches' poll j The Top Twenty Five teams in USA Today•C>IN college football poll, with first-place votes •hi parentheses, records through Ocl 6, total •points based on 25 points for a first-place vote 'through one point for a 25th-place vote, and last ,week's ranking: t ' Record Pit Pvs • "\. Florida (36) 5-0 1,522 1 • 2. Ohio State (20) 4-0 1,490 3 ' 3. Florida State (6) 4-0 1,443 2 I 4. Nebraska 3-1 1,291 6 , 5. Arizona State 5-0 1,274 7 . B.Miami, Fla. 4-0 1,188 8 • ^.Tennessee 3-1 1,159 9 1 8. Alabama 5-0 1,101 10 ' 9. Penn State 5-1 927 4 ,10. Colorado 3-1 91613 ,11. Louisiana State 4-0 90415 .12. Notre Dame 3-1 848 14 •13. Michigan 4-1 745 5 '14. North Carolina 4-1 69017 '15. West Virginia 6-0 59419 ', 16. Washington 3-1 53318 ,17. Virginia 4-1 452 11 , 18. Northwestern 4-1 433 — •19. Auburn 4-1 42520 '20. Brigham Young 5-1 36021 ' 21. Karats State 4-1 351 12 '22. California 5-0 257 — .23. Virginia Tech 3-1 22222 • 24. Wyoming 6-0 20925 •2$. Texts 3-2 15923 • -Other* receiving votes: Georgia Tech 129, ;utah 129, KMMS 107, Syracuse 83, Southern . CalHomia 70, Iowa 45, East Carolina 28, South- ,«m Mississippi 14, Texas Tech 11, Air Force 9, •San Diego State 9, Wisconsin 8, Georgia 7, 'Army 6, Navy 1, Washington Stale 1. Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE i North Division '» Conference All Garnet % W L W L .Colorado 10 31 ,Kansas 10 31 -Nebraska 10 31 •Iowa State 10 22 Kansas State 11 41 "Missouri 02 23 South Division Conference All Games W L W L Texas 20 32 TaxasTech 21 32 .Baylor 01 31 Texas A&M 01 23 Oklahoma 01 04 Oklahoma State 02 32 Saturday's results Kansas 52, Oklahoma 24; Nebraska 39, .Kansas State 3; Texas A&M 63, Louisiana Tech 13; Texas 71, Oklahoma State 14; Texas Tech 45, Baylor 24; Missouri 27, Southern Methodist 26. Next week's games Texas A&M at Iowa State, 11:30 a.m.; Texas Tech at Kansas, 1 p.m.; Kansas State at Missouri, 1 p.m.; Baylor at Nebraska, 1 p.m.; Okla- •homa vs. Texas al Dallas, 2:30 p.m.; Oklahoma 'State at Colorado, 9 p.m. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Bethel 30 31 Southwestern 20 21 Bethany 20 21 Friends 20 22 'Kansas Wesleyan 12 13 .McPherson 12 13 Sterling .12 13 Ottawa 03 04 Tabor 03 04 Saturday's results Friends 30, Ottawa 12; Kansas Wesleyan 38, Tabor 12; Bethel 17, Sterling 10; Bethany 51, McPherson 26. Next week's games . Kansas Wesleyan at Sterling, 1:30 p.m.; McPherson at Friends, 1:30 p.m.; Ottawa al Southwestern, 2 p.m.; Northwestern Oklahoma at Tabor, 2 p.m.; Bethany at Bethel, 7 p.m. RMAC standings ', ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE ' Conference All Games W L W L Chadron State 30 50 'Fort Lewis 21 32 •Nebraska-Kearney 21 23 Tort Hays State 11 31 Adams State 11 32 Western State 11 14 New Mexico Highlands 12 32 Mesa State 12 14 Colorado Mines 03 14 Saturday's results Northwest Oklahoma 48, Adams State 31 Chadron State 11, Western State 3; New Mexr co Highlands 35, Colorado Mines 28; Nebraska' Kearney 35, Fort Lewis 30; Fort Hays State 48 Mesa State 7. Next week's games Fort Hays State at Nebraska-Kearney, 1 p.m. Western Slate at Adams State, 2 p.m.; Chadron State at New Mexico Highlands, 2 p.m.; Mesa State at Colorado Mines, 2 p.m. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION ' Conference All Games W L W L 'Northwest Missouri 30 50 'Missouri Southern 30 40 i Pittsburg State 30 31 .Emporia State 2 1 2 •Truman State 2 1 2 •Missouri Western 1 2 3 •Washbum 1 2 1 'Central Missouri 03 2 .Mlssouri-Rolla 03 2 .Southwest Baptist 03 0 • ' Saturday's results • Missouri Western 67, Southwest Baptist 'Missouri Southern 25, Missouri-Rolla 21; North 'west Missouri Stale 44, Central Missouri Slate 116; Pittsburg State 31, Truman State 16; Empo- ,ria State 40, Washbum 35. i Next week's games ' Northwest Missouri at Truman State, 1:3C 'p.m.; Pittsburg State at Missouri Western, 1:3C 'p.m.; Mlssouri-Rolla at Emporia State, 1:30 .m.; Central Missouri al Washbum. 2 p.m.; Southwest Baptist at Missouri Southern, 2:30 HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L MldAmerica Nazarene 30 40 Evangel 30 30 Qraceland 30 3 1 Benedictine 21 31 Baker 21 22 Central Methodist .12 22 Missouri Valley 12 13 Culver-Stockton 13 13 William Jewell 03 14 Llndenwood 04 14 Saturday's results Missouri Valley 23, William Jewell 3; Grace- and 40, Llndenwood 35; MidAmerica Nazarene 25, Culver-Stockton 7; Baker 24, Central Methodist 14; Evangel 22, Benedictine 6. Next week's games Benedictine at Llndenwood, 1:30 p.m.; Mi- dAmerica Nazarene at Evangel, 1:30 p.m.: Baker at William Jewell, 2 p.m.; Qraceland at Central Methodist, 2 p.m.; Missouri Valley at Culver- Stockton, 2 p.m. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Coffeyville 50 50 Garden City 41 51 Butler County 32 42 Hutchlnson 32 42 Fort Scott 32 33 Highland 14 24 Independence 14 24 Dodge City 05 06 Saturday's results Fort Scott 50, Highland 15; Independence 39, Haskell 17; Garden City 34, Butler County 27; Air Force Prep 62, Dodge City 20; CoDeyville 56, Hutchlnson 26. Next week's games Butler County at Highland, 1:30 p.m.; Dodge City at Hutchlnson, 7:30 p.m.; Fort Scott at Coffeyville, 7:30 p.m.; Garden City at Independence, 7:30 p.m. College scores Saturday's games EAST Albright 41, Wilkes 27 Alfred 31, Bethany, W.Va. 17 Amherst 17, Mlddlebury 10 Army 39, Yale 13 Bloomsburg 58, Cheyney 0 Bowdoln9,Tufts7 Brtdgewater, Mass. 39, Fitchburg St. 14 Buffalo 41, Cornell 24 Buffalo St. 32, Brockport St. 15 Canlslus 42, lona 0 Carnegie-Mellon 21, Dickinson 7 Catholic U. 26, Salisbury SL 8 Clarion 57, Lock Haven 3 Coast Guard 35, Norwich 9 Colgate 44, Brown 27 Columbia 42, Holy Cross 16 Concord 48, W. Virginia Tech 13 Dartmouth 20, Fordham 7 Delaware 50, Boston U. 16 Duquesne 28, Siena 20 East Stroudsburg 27, Kutzlown 20 Edlnboro 31, Shlppensburg 17 Fairmont St. 48, W. Virginia St. 14 Geneva 47, Tiffin 14 Georgetown, D.C. 31, Marlst 14 Glenville St. 44, West Liberty 29 Hobart 26, St. Lawrence 25 Indiana, Pa. 42, California, Pa. 6 Ithaca 35, Springfield 25 Jersey City SL 59, Hartwlck 34 Kean 14, Wm. Peterson 7 Kings, Pa. 37, Lebanon Val. 0 Lafayette 17, Harvard? Lehkjh 20, Princeton 14 Lycomlng32,FDU-MadlsonO Maine Maritime 14, Mass. Maritime 6 Mass.-Dartmouth 35, Nichols 7 Mass.-Lowell 53, W. New England 6 MerrimacklO, Curry 7 Millersvllle 63, Mansfield 7 Monmouth, N.J. 26, Mercyhurst 14 Montdalr St. 24, St. John Fisher 17 Moravian 39, Delaware Val. 6 Navy 64, Duke 27 Northeastern 27, Richmond 10 Pace 34, Assumption 0 Perm 30, Buc knell 21 Pittsburgh 53, Temple 52 Plymouth SL 19, W. Connecticut 12 Rhode Island 41, Massachusetts 21 Robert Morris 40, Gannon 7 Salve Reglna 38, Bentley 35 St. Peter's 17, Falrfield 13 Stonehlll 48, MIT 14 Stony Brook 26, Sacred Heart 9 Susquehanna 40, Wilmington, Ohio 14 Syracuse 42, Rutgers 0 Towson St. 49, Cent. Connecticut St. 28 Trenton St. 24, Rowan 14 Trinity, Conn. 27, Hamilton 14 Union, N.Y. 43, Rochester 0 Ursinus 27, Swarthmore 6 Villanova 38, Connecticut 27 W. Maryland 27, Muhlenberg 14 W. Va. Weslyn 24, Shepherd 21 Wagner 24, St. Francis, Pa. 6 Wash. & Jeff. 29, Grove City 2 Waynesburg41,Thlel15 Wesleyan31,Colby28 West Chester 31, Slippery Rock 21 West Virginia 34, Boston College 17 Westfleld St. 20, Framingham SI. 10 Wldener 35, Juniata 28 Williams 40, Bates 7 Worcester St. 49, Mass.-Boston 8 SOUTH Ala.-Birmlngham 24, W. Kentucky 0 Alabama 35, Kentucky 7 Alabama MM 44, Morehouse 11 Albany, Ga. 27, Savannah St. 17 AlcomSt. 19,Ark.-PineBlutl2 Auburn 26, South Carolina 24 Bridgewater.Va. 19, Hampden-Sydney 13 Campbells* 63, Ky. Wesleyan 35 Catawba 17, Carson-Newman 3 Clinch Valley 25, Wesley 15 Davidson 13, Gullfoid 10 Delaware SL 34, Bethune-Cookman 12 E. Kentucky 45, SE Missouri 0 E. Tennessee St. 31, Appalachian St. 10 Elizabeth City St. 14, Virginia Union 3 Eton 35, Lenolr-Rhyne 24 Emory & Henry 24, Millsaps 7 Florida A&M 59, Hampton U. 58,60T Florida St. 34, Clemson 3 Frostburg SL 10, Chowan 0 Furman 45, W. Carolina 30 Gardner-Webb 24, Wingate 14 Georgia 38, Mississippi St. 19 Georgia Southern 20, VM117 Georgia Tech 13, Virginia 7 Henderson a 17, West Alabama 3 Houston 31, SW Louisiana 24 Jackson St. 31, Texas Southern 14 James Madison 31, Maine 7 Kentucky a 24, Tuskegee 19 LSU35, VandeiblltO Lambuth 36, Cumberland, Tenn. 26 Livingstone 39, Wlnston-Salem 6 Mars Hill 18, NewberryS Marshall 43, Tn.-Chattanooga 0 McNeese St. 49, Arfc-Monticello 3 Memphis 18, Cincinnati 16 Middle Tenn. 30, Jacksonville St. 23 Miles 20, Morris Brown 19 Morehead St. 30, Charleston Southern 27 Murray St. 51, Austin Peay 7 Today's schedule MONDAY, OCTOBER 7 CROSS COUNTRY Salina South at McPherson Invitational, 4:30 p.m. FOOTBALL Pittsburgh at Kansas City, 8 p.m. GOLF Salina Central, Salina South at Manhattan Invitational, 10 a.m. SOCCER Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan, 2-4 p.m. N. Carolina St. 34, Man/land 8 N.C. Central 55, Fayetteville St. 0 NE Louisiana 13, NW Louisiana 10 Newport News 7, Ferrum 6 Nicholls St. 10, Samlord 3 North Carolina 45, Wake Forest 6 North Greenville 41, Cumberland. Ky. 0 Randolph-Macon 21, Washington & Lee 10 S. Carolina St. 27, Morgan St. 20 Sewanee 24, Centre 21 Southern U. 24, Miss. Valley SI. 0 Tennessee SI. 43, Lane 26 Tennessee Tech 21, Tenn.-Martln 14,20T Tulane 35, Texas Christian 7 Union, Ky. 35, Bethel, Tenn. 7 Valdosla St. 34, North Alabama 31,30T Virginia St. 36, Knoxvllle 6 West Georgia 69, Tusculum 0 William & Mary 31, New Hampshire 7 Wofford 34, Presbyterian 7 MIDWEST Allegheny 72, Denlson 19 Augsburg 19, Hamllne 16 Augustana.S.D. 34, N. Dakota St. 25 Aurora 21, Concordla. WIs. 14 Baker 24, Cent. Methodist 14 Ball St. 28, W. Michigan 5 Bethany, Kan. 51, McPherson 26 Bethel, Kan. 17, Sterling 10 Bethel, Minn. 41, Concordla, Moor. 7 Black Hills SI. 27, S. Dakota Tech 24 Blackburn 39, Westminster, Mo. 12 Bluffton 29, Sue Bennett 25 Carroll, WIs. 22, Lawrence 20 Case Western 10, Eariham 7 Cent. Iowa 62, William Penn 10 Chadron St. 11, Western SL.Colo. 3 Coe 42, Grinnell 20 Conoordia, III. 22, Princtpla6 Concordla, St.P. 14, Crown College 6 Cornell, Iowa 49, Knox 32 Dakota Westyn 49, Huron 20 Dayton 42, Evansvllle 0 Donne 20, Hastings 15 Drake 51, Butler 7 Emporia St. 40, Washbum 35 Ferris St. 26, Wayne, Mich. 7 Fort Hays SL 48, Mesa, Colo. 7 Franklin 24, Olivet 10 Friends 30, Ottawa, Kan. 12 Graceland 40, Llndenwood 35 Hiram Col. 15, Heidelberg 12 Illinois 46, Indiana 43,20T Illinois Col. 16, Monmouth, III. 14 Illinois Weslyn 48, North Park 7 Indiana St. 10, W. Illinois 7 Iowa 37, Michigan St. 30 John Carroll 41, Otterbeln 7 Kansas Weslyn 36, Tabor 12 Kent 32, Akron 17 Lakeland 62, Greenville 6 Loras 42, Wartburg 41 Luther 35, Dubuque 12 Mac Murray 17, Eureka 10 Macalester31,St.Olaf17 Manchester 35, Hanover 22 Marietta 43, Baldwin-Wallace 30 Martin Luther 45, Northwestern, Minn, 32 Mary 15, Dickinson St. 10 Miami, Ohio 46, Cenl Michigan 14 Mld-Am Nazarene 25, Culver-Stockton 7 Millikln 32, Elmhurst 9 Minni-Duluth 28, SW Minnesota 27 MinotSt. 30, Minn.-MorrislO Mo. Southern 25, Mlssouri-Rolla 21 MoorheadSt.29,BemidjlSt.26 Mount Senario 39, Marantha Baptist 18 Mount Union 44, Ohio Northern 7 Musklngum 16. Capital 0 NW Missouri St. 44, Cent. Missouri 10 Nebraska 39, Kansas SL 3 Nebraska Weslyn 28, Concordla, Neb. 14 Nebraska-Kearney 35, Fort Lewis 30 Nebraska-Omaha 32, Momlngslde 9 North Central 14, Carthage 13 North Texas 24, N. Illinois 21 Northern SI..S.D. 31, Winona St. 26 Northwestern 17, Michigan 16 Northwood, Mich. 26, Thomas More 17 Ohio St. 38, Penn St. 7 Ohio U. 7, E. Michigan 0 Ohio Weslyn 27, Kenyon 20 Olivet Nazarene 36, Taylor 13 Pittsburg St. 31, Truman St. 16 Purdue 30, Minnesota 27 Rlpon41,Beloit21 S. Dakota St. 26, North Dakota 23 SW Missouri St. 24, S. Illinois 17 Sioux Falls 20, Westmar 13 South Dakota 38, St. Cloud St. 31,20T St. Ambrose 34, St. Xavier 6 SL John's, Minn. 64, Carieton 7 St. Joseph's, Ind. 34, Quincy 18 St. Norbert 24, Lake Forest 17 St. Thomas, Minn. 20, Gustav Adolphus 10 Toledo 24, Bowling Green 16 Trinity, III. 48, Iowa Weslyn 14 Valley City St. 32, Mayvllle St. 0 Wabash41,Rose-Hulman12 Walsh 35, Urbana 6 Westminster, Pa. 53, Til-Stale 7 Wheaton, III. 16, Augustana.lll. 12 Wis.-LaCrosse 31, Wls.-Platteville 12 Wis.-Riv. Falls 42, Wls.-Oshkosh 14 Wis.-Whitewater 38, Wls.-Eau Claire 23 Wittenberg 63, Oberiln 6 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 25, E. New Mexico 6 Angelo St. 28, W. Texas MM 10 Arkansas St. 17, Cent. Arkansas 7 Arkansas Tech 40, Mississippi Col. 22 Cent. Oklahoma 38, Texas MM Commerce 21 Delta St. 34, S. Arkansas 13 Florida 42, Arkansas 7 Hardln-Slmmons 33, Sul Ross SL 17 Harding 33, NE Oklahoma 7 Kansas 52, Oklahoma 24 Langston 37, Prairie View 20 Missouri 27, Southern Meth. 26 Ouachila 24, E. Central U. 21 Rice 38, New Mexico 21 SE Oklahoma 32, Midwestern St., Texas 29, OT SW Oklahoma 29, Panhandle St. 10 Texas 71, Oklahoma St. 14 Texas A&M 63, Louisiana Tech 13 Texas Tech 45, Baylor 24 Trinity, Tex. 38, Colorado Col. 15 Utah 34, Texas-El Paso 27 FAR WEST Arizona 34, Washington St. 26 Arizona St. 56, Boise St. 7 Azusa Pacific 40, Cal Lutheran 22 CS Northridge 46, Portland St. 14 California 22, Southern Cal 15 Carroll, Mont. 34, W. Montana 31 Chapman 44, CSU-Chlco 16 Colorado SL 26, Hawaii 16 E. Oregon 20, Unfield 13 E. Washington 20, Montana SL 13 IdahoM, CalPoly-SL033 Idaho SI. 44, Sacramento St. 14 LaVeme 42, Occidental 14 Menlo 38, Claremont-Mudd 20 Montana 44, S.Utah 13 Montana Tech 30, Rocky Mountain 29 N. Arizona 59, Weber St. 45 N. Colorado 44, Mankato St. 27 N.Mex.Highlands 35, Colorado Mines 28 NW Oklahoma 48, Adams St. 31 Nevada 54, UNLV17 Pac. Lutheran 44, Cent. Washington 41 S. Oregon 34, Willamette 32 Simon Fraser 20, Puget Sound 10 St. Mary's, Cal. 52, San Diego 3 UC Davis 50, Humboldt St. 13 UCLA 41, Oregon 22 W. Oregon 24, Lewis & Clark 21 W. Washington 56, Whltworth 13 Washington 27, Stanford 6 Wyoming 45, San Jose St. 22 State college Saturday's games FORT HAYS STATE 48 MESA STATE 7 M FH First downs 15 25 Rushes-yards 44-276 48-316 'asslng yards 65 277 Comp-att-lnt 6-20-2 11-16-1 Total offense 64-341 64-593 Fumbles-lost 2-1 3-1 Penalties-yards 3-26 2-23 Punts-avg. 6-37.3 4-35.8 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Mesa St.: Dottson 11-37, Drury 1291, Imel 6-32, Penry 7-64, Salomon 3-26, Sanford 2-17, Lang 3-13. Fort Hays SI.: Pride 21183, Rusher 5-33, McReynolds 7-27, Bannister 6-14, Mitchell 1-13, Sermon 1-(-1), Pfannenstlel 3-26, Brandt 3-16, Brown 1-3. PASSING: Mesa St.: Imel 6-17-2 47, Penry 23-0 18. Fort Hays St.: McReynolds 8-12-1 140, Mlntoer 1-1-0 62, Selmon 2-3-0 75. RECEIVING: Mesa St.: Oday 3-18, Giles 1-8, Askew 1-16, Derryberry 3-23. Fort Hays St.: Mlnlner 2-77, Brown 4-134, McGavran 2-37, Deters 1-1, Pride 1-19, Shaw 1-9. PUNTING: Mesa SL: Ratlifl 8-37.3. Fort Hays St.: Leonard 4-35.6. SCORING SUMMARY Mesa State 0007-7 Fort Hays State 6 28 7 7-46 First Quarter FH-Brown 16 pass from McReynolds (kick failed), 0:23. Second Quarter FH-Brown 62 pass from Mintner (pass failed), 13:38. FH-Prlde 2 run (kick failed), 11:01. FH-Oeters 1 pass from McReynolds (Brown- Ing kick), 9:56. FH-Pride 16 run (Browning kick), 5:47. Third Quarter FH-McReynolds 5 ran (Browning kick), 7:45. Fourth Quarter M-Sanford 2 run (Foster kick), 8:26. FH-Mlntner 66 pass from Selmon (Browning kick), 7:30. BETHANY 51, MCPHERSON 26 M B First downs 10 32 Rushes-yards 40-253 42-138 Passing yards 40 486 Com-Att-Int 1-11-2 34-48-0 Total offense 51-293 90-624 Fumbles-lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-yards 4-40 15-84 Punts-avg. 5-29.2 2-42.0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - McPHERSON: James 21-208, Myers 9-21, Taylor 6-15, Ruddle 1-3, Wilson 24, Hill 1-2. BETHANY: Godwin 17-128, Munoz 14-14, Hales 2-(-2), Bralt 2-(-23), Patterson 4- 15,Buckner1-(-6),Moran2-2. PASSING - McPHERSON: Taylor 1-5-0-40, James 0-6-2-0. BETHANY: Munoz 31-45*463, Bratt 3-3*23. RECEIVING - McPHERSON: James 1-40. BETHANY: Mortensen 11-169, Lugo 8-101, Buckner 6-97, Orgera 4-36, Casper 2-33, Burke 1-14, Taldo 1-10, Godwin 1-26. PUNTING - McPHERSON: Thorson 4-29.6, Bravo 1-27.0. BETHANY: Bratt 2-42.0. SCORING SUMMARY McPherson . 7 3 3 13 - 26 Bethany 10 21 14 6 - 51 First Quarter B - Godwin 5 run (Hathom kick), 11:31. B-Hathom 30 field goal, 7:26. M - Myers 2 ran (Famsworth kick), 0:06. Second Quarter B - Lugo 13 pass from Munoz (Hathom kick), 12:57. M-Famsworth 32 FG, 10:33. B - Lugo 7 pass from Munoz (Hathom kick), 7:27. B - Godwin 3 ran (Hathom kick), 2:05. Third Quarter B - Godwin 30 ran (Hathom kick), 10:33. M - Famsworth 33 field goal, 5:01. B - Taldo 10 pass from Munoz (Hathom kick), 2:39. Fourth Quarter B - Mortensen .49 pass from Munoz (kick failed), 14:52. M - Taylor 8 run (kick failed), 9:20. M - James 80 ran (Famsworth kick), 5:56. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pis GFGA Florida 2 0 0 .4 8 3 New Jersey 100231 Tampa Bay 100243 NY Islanders 011 1 23 NY Rangers 011169 Philadelphia 010013 Washington 010025 Northeast Division W L T Pis GFGA Hartford 100210 Boston ' 001144 Montreal 001 13 3. Ottawa 001 1 33 Buffalo 010034 Pittsburgh 010034 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pt» GFGA Chicago 200 4 9.3 Dallas 100 2 41 Toronto 100241 St. Louis 110258 Detroit 010013 Phoenix 010001 Pacific Division W L T PU GFGA Edmonton 200463 Los Angeles 100210 Vancouver 110233 San Jose 001 1 22 Anaheim 010014 Calgary 010013 Colorado 020038 Saturday's results NY Rangers 4, Boston 4, tie Hartfvrdl, Phoenix 0 Tampa Bay 4, Pittsburgh 3, OT Florida 3, Philadelphia 1 Chicago 5, Washington 2 New Jersey 3, Detroit 1 Toronto 4, Anaheim 1 Ottawa 3, Montreal 3, tie Dallas 4. Colorado 1 Vancouver 3, Calgary I NY Islanders 2, San Jose 2, tie Sunday's results Florida 5, NY Rangers 2 Chicago 4, St. Louis 1 Edmonton 2, Vancouver 0 Buffalo at Calgary (n) San Jose at Los Angeles (n)' Monday's games Phoenix at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Anaheim at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. New Jersey at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Baseball MLB playoffs DIVISION SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE TEXAS vs. NEW YORK Saturday's result New York 6, Texas 4, New York wins series, 31 CLEVELAND vs. BALTIMORE Saturday's result Baltimore 4, Cleveland 3,12 Innings, Baltimore wins series, 3-1 NATIONAL LEAGUE ST. LOUIS vs. SAN DIEGO Saturday's result St. Louis 7, San Diego 5, SI. Louis wins series, 3-0 ATLANTA vs. LOS ANGELES Saturday's result Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 2, Atlanta wins series 3-0 LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE Tuesday's game Baltimore at New York, 7:07 p.m. (NBC) NATIONAL LEAGUE Wednesday's game St. Louis al Atlanta, 7:11 p.m. (FOX) Late boxscore SATURDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE CARDINALS 7, PADRES 5 ST. LOUIS SANDIEQO abrhbl abrhtH Clayton ss 3110 RHdsn If 5010 McGee cf 3000 TGwyn if 5010 Ptkvskp 0000 Flnleycf 5000 Sweneyph 1010 CminlliSb 4222 Hnycttp 0000 Cnlrccolb 3110 TJMtwp 0000 TiWrlp 0000 OSmlthph 1000 Vlnzelap 0000 Eckrsly p 0000 DVeras p 0000 GantH 4221 GVghnph 1000 BJrdnrf 5233 Flhertyc 0000 Qaetti 3b 4000 BJhnsn c 4230 Mejla pr 0000 Lopez pr 0000 Gallego3b 1000 Hflmanp 0000 Mabrytb 4131 CGmezss 4011 Pgnozzl c 4021 JoReed 2b 4022 Alicea 2b 5000 Ashby p 1000 Osbme p 1000 Joyner Ib 2000 Lnktrd cf 2110 Totals 387136 Totals 38511 5 SL Louis 100 003 102—7 San Diego 021 100 010—5 E—Alicea (1), Camlnltl 2 (3). DP—San Diego 2. LOB—St. Louis 10, San Diego 7. 2B— BJohnson (1), JoReed (1). 3B—Mabry (1). HR—Gant (1), BJordan (1), Camlnlll 2 (3). SB— BJordan (1). CS—Alicea (2). S—Mabry, Ashby. IP H RER BB SO St Louis Osbome 4 74405 Petkovsek 2 00001 Honeycutl 1 21101 TJMtwW,1-0 1 10002 EckersleyS,3 1 10000 San Diego Ashby .51-3 7 4 4 1 5 TlWorrell 12-3 3 1 1 1 0 Valenzuela 2-300020 DVeras 1-300000 Hoffman L.0-1 1 32212 TlWorrell pitched to 1 batter In the 8th, Honeycult pitched to 1 batter In the 6th. WP—Ashby. Umpires—Home, Hallion; First, Tata; Second, : roemming; Third, Hohn; Left, Rlppley; Right, Gregg. T—3:32. A—53,699 (47,750). Auto racing NASCAR results CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Results Sunday of the UAW-GM 500 NASCAR Winston Cup stock car race at Charlotte Motor 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 (16) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 334, $133,950,143.143. 2 (12) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark., Ford Thunderbird,334,$85,100. 3 (10) Dale Jarretl, Hickory, N.C., Ford Thun- derblrd, 334, $58,300. 4 (33) Sterling Marlln, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 334, $60,100. 5 (8) Ricky Craven, Bangor, Maine, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 334, $63,400.. 6 (34) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 334, $44,700. 7 (14) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pontl- ac Grand Prix, 334, $37,500. 8 (23) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thunderbird, 334, $35,000. 9 (11) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky, Ford Thunderbird, 334, $31,000. 10 (21) BUI Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford Thunderblrd, 334, $31,100. 11 (7) JeH Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 334, $26,900. 12 (20) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford Thunderbird, 334, $24,300. 13 (39) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 333, $26,250. 14 (17) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., Ponllac Grand Prix, 333, $22,450. 15 (18) Rick Mast, Lexington, Va., Ponllac Grand Prix, 333, $21,450. 16 (28) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford Thunderbird, 333, $19,450. 17 (19) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford Thunderbird, 332, $18,450. 18 (36) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., Ford Thunderbird, 332, $17,950. 19 (4) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pen- tiac Grand Prix, 332, $20,050. 20 (26) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, 332, $23,450. 21 (5) Todd Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, 332, $7,900. 22 (30) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Pontiac Grand Prix, 331, $6,195. 23 (15) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, 330, $9,515. 24 (35) Greg Sacks, Mattltuck, N.Y., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 330, $5,875. 25 (24) Hut Stricklin, Calera, Ala., Ford Thun derblrd, 330, $9,340. 26 (6) Jeff Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 328, $16,615. 27 (32) Billy Standridge, Shelby, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, 328, $5,500. 28 (22) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, 327, $15,580. 29 (27) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 325, $15,370. 30 (41) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thunderbird, 325, $8,365. 31 (2) Jeff Gordon, Vallejo, Calif., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 319, $35,070. 32 (42) Robert Pressley, Ashevllle, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo. 314. $14,995. 33 (37) Wally Dallenbach Jr.. Brunswick, N.J.. Ford Thundorblrd. 311, axle, $14,415. 34 (38) Loy Allen. Raleigh, N.C.. Ford Thunderbird, 286. handling, $4.890. 35 (29) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, WIs.. Ford Thunderbird, 230. crash, $4,865. 36 (25) Bobby Hillln Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford Thunderbiid, 228, crash, $4,840. 37 (9) Emle Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Ford Thunderbird, 206, crash, $20,220. 38 (13) Robby Gordon, Cerritos, Calif., Chevrolet Monte Carlo. 206, crash, $4,800. 39 (31) John Andrew, Indianapolis, Ford Thunderbird, 206, crash, $5.300. 40 (1) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Chrisll, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 179, engine failure, $48,900. 41 (40) Kyle Petty. Randleman, N.C., Ponliac Grand Prix, 114, engine failure, $11,800. 42 (43) Darrell Waltrip, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 88, clutch, $11,800. 43 (3) Jeremy Mayfield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thunderbird, 17, crash. $15,300. Golf PGA results LAS VEGAS (AP) — Scores and earnings Sunday after the final round of the $1.65 million Us Vegas Invitational, played on the 7,243- yard, par-72 TPC at Summeriin. (Note: Par for first three rounds was 215): 'x-Won on first playoff hole) x-T.Woods, $297,000 70-63-68-67-64—332 Davis Love III, $176,200 66-67-64-68-67—332 Kelly Gibson, $95,700 69-69-65-65-6S-333 M.Calcvcchia, $95,700 72-67-65-64-65—333 Rick Fehr, $60,225 64-62-69-73-67—335 Dave Stockton, $60,225 67-66-67-64-69—335 Ronnie Black, $60,225 64-65-69-66-71—335 Paul Azlnger, $46,200 67-64-70-70-65—336 Phil Mlckelson, $46,200 68-67-68-67-66—336 Paul Goydos, $46,200 67-71 -66-65-67-336 Fred Couples, $46,200 66-67-66-67-70—336 Tommy Tolles, $31,350 69-66-68-71-63—337 Stewart Clnk, $31,350 70-66-67-67-67—337 Dudley Hart, $31,350 71 -67-87-64-68—337 Keith Fergus, $31,350 62-70-67-69-69—337 Dan Pohl, $31,350 68-66-70-63-70—337 Fred Funk, $31,350 63-66-68-70-70—337 B.Henninger, $24,750 66-68-72-66-66—338 Steve Lowery, $21,450 67-70-67-70-65—339 Lee Janzen, $21,450 66-65-70-69-69-339 John Cook, $21,450 72-64-65-68-70—339 LCIements, $14,479 70-68-66-68-66—340 Olln Browne, $14,479 66-66-73-69-86—340 Jeff Sluman, $14,479 68-69-70-68-87—340 Jay Don Blake, $14,479 69-70-68-66-67—340 Hugh Royer, $14,479 67-68-71 -67-67—340 Jim Fuiyk, $14,479 66-64-71-70-69—340 Guy Boras, $14,479 70-68-66-68-68-340 S.McCarron, $14,479 68-66-69-67-70—340 M.Bradley, $10,725 71-67-69-69-65—341 Craig Sladler, $10,725 67-69-66-73-66—341 Andy Bean, $10,725 71 -67-65-71 -67—341 Robert Wrenn, $8,533 69-71-66-70-66—342 Billy Mayfair, $8,533 69-68-70-68-67—342 Marco Dawson, $8,533 66-72-66-71-67—342 David Frost, $8,533 65-71-71-67-68-342 Sean Murphy, $8,533 71-69-66-68-68—342 Stuart Appleby, $8,533 73-67-66-67-69—342 David Ogrin, $6,533 69-83-67-71-72—342 Bryan Gorman, $6,600 69-67-70-67-70-343 Brian Tennyson, $6,600 68-70-64-71-70—343 David Edwards, $6,600 68-66-69-70-70—343 Vljay Singh, $8,600 66-68-71-66-72—343 Tom Purtzer, $4,989 67-68-67-73-69—344 Ted Tryba, $4,989 69-67-68-71 -69—344 Mike Sullivan, $4,989 64-72-66-72-70—344 Glen Day, $4,989 66-67-71-70-70—344 Mark Wiebe, $4,969 67-71-69-66-71—344 Billy Andrade, $4,989 66-67-70-67-72—344 Frank Lickliter, $3,898 66-67-73-73-66—345 Payne Stewart, $3,898 63-68-73-74-67—345 John Adams, $3,898 67-71-69-69-69—345 Joe Acosta Jr., $3,898 67-72-67-69-70—345 Woody Austin, $3,898 66-69-70-70-70—345 Mike Heinen, $3,898 66-69-67-71-72—345 Justin Leonard, $3,898 70-66-69-68-72—345 Clarence Rose, $3,898 66-6649-69-73—345 Omar Urestl, $3,630 67-70-68-72-69—348 Jeff Gallagher, $3,630 72-69-64-72-69-346 Brad Bryant, $3,630 67-71-69-69-70—346 Willla Wood, $3,630 66-71 -7047-72-346 David Duval, $3,630 69-68-66-66-75—346 Jeff Hart, $3,482 69-67-69-71-71—347 John Maginnes, $3,482 6949-65-73-71-347 Jim Carter, $3,482 67-72-67-68-73—347 Don Pooley, $3,482 68-6649-70-74—347 Mark Brooks, $3,383 68-6748-74-71—348 Tom Scherrer, $3,383 67-7048-70-73—348 Patrick Burke, $3,317 66-68-73-72-70—349 Fuzzy Zoeller, $3,317 6945-71-72-72—349 Brian Kamm, $3,234 694849-73-72—351 Gary Rusnak, $3,234 684949-73-72—351 Duffy Waldorf, $3,234 69-70-67-72-73—351 Wayne Levi, $3,135 64-72-71 -73-73—353 B.Chamblee, $3,135 68-6947-77-72—353 Fulton Allem, $3,135 734646-73-75—353 Jay Williamson, $3,053 70-7245-74-73—354 Craig Parry, $3,053 6647-72-74-73—354 Greg Kraft, $3,003 7046-71 -74-76—357 Seniors results LOS ANGELES (AP) — Scores and earnings Sunday alter the final round of the $800,000 Ralphs Senior Classic played on the 6,575-yard, par—71, Wilshire Country Club: Gil Morgan, $120,000 664846—202 Chi Chi Rodriguez, $64,000 67-66-70—203 Jim Colbert, $64,000 6646-69—203 Ray Floyd, $48,000 66-7048—204 John Jacobs, $31,200 73-67-66-206 Bob Charles, $31,200 694849—206 Graham Marsh, $31,200 6748-71—206 Dave Stockton, $31,200 7045-71—206 Jim Albus, $20,000 70-71-66—207 Larry Gilbert, $20,000 67-7149—207 Don Bles, $20,000 7148-68—207 Watt Morgan, $20,000 6849-70—207 Dale Douglass, $16,000 6947-72—208 Tom Wargo, $13,600 71-7345—209 Bob Dlckson, $13,600 69-7248-209 Jerry McGee, $13,600 69-7149—209 Bud Allln, $13,600 68-7249—209 Dick Hendrickson, $13,600 7148-70—209 Bob E. Smith, $10,587 71-71-68—210 John Bland, $10,587 70-7149-210 Bruce Summerhays, $10,587 744749—210 Jimmy Powell, $8,227 69-7349—211 Larry Mowry, $8,227 69-7349—211 Soccer State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Players of the week MEN Eric Qulllano ol Bethany, a freshman midfielder from Valley Center, Calif., Is the KCAC offensive player ol the week. Quillano scored two goals a win over Ottawa and a loss to Friends. Scott Toerber of Bethel, a freshman fullback from Newton, Is the KCAC defensive player ol the week. Kirk had one goal and two assists in wins over McPherson and Kansas Wesleyan. WOMEN Audrey Gaeddert of Bethel, a senior midfielder from Denver, is the KCAC offensive player ol Ihe week. Gaeddert scored three goals and had three assists In wins over McPherson at Kansas Wesleyan. Emily Kynaston of Bethel, a senior fullback from Sandy, Utah, is the KCAC defensive player ol the week. Kynaston was the Threshers' lead- Ing defender in Ihe wins over McPherson and Kansas Wesleyan. ;T ROYALS Boone expected to sign contract extension By The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals expect to reach agreement with manager Bob Boone on a contract extension by the end of the month. The Royals and Boone are working on a two-year extension. Boone is un!der contract through next season. ; Boone, 145-160 in two seasons as •Royals manager, has been mentioned ifor the jobs with the California Angels ;and Philadelphia. Boone began his ca- •reer with the Phillies and played six iyears for the Angels before finishing •his playing career with two seasons for the Royals. Boone has denied any interest in the other jobs, and no team has contacted the Royals about permission to talk to him. "He wants to stay and we want him to stay," said general manager Herk Robinson. "I think we'll have something done by the end of the month." Boone took the Royals through a troubled year in which the club did a BOONE complete makeover as the payroll was cut from $42 million to $18 million. Kansas City finished last for the first time in its history, but Robinson has said that was expected in the first year of a three-year rebuilding plan. Boone was often criticized for using about as many lineups as there were games, but said he hopes to settle on a set lineup for next season after having had a good look at most of the young players in the organization. The pressure will be on the Royals to win next year after attendance dwindled to alarmingly low levels this season. "Someday you want to raise your hand and say 'We're No. 1,'" Boone said. "There is only one team that can do that. I want to do that and I want to do that here with the Kansas City Royals. "I'm really pumped up," Boone added. "A lot of things that I see — with my trained eye — indicate that it is there. I couldn't tell you that last year." Boone said just before the end of the regular season that Robinson had approached him three weeks earlier about a contract extension. "I like to go home and think about these things," Boone said. "When it's done, it will probably only take 5 minutes for me to sign." • V SPORTS DIGEST Papa Bear The Associated Press This provisional design for a U.S. Postal Service stamp honoring former Chicago Bears owner and coach George Halas was unveiled Sunday at halftime of the Bears-Packers game. The stamp Is one of four In the USPS's Legendary Football Coaches set which will be issued in 1997. Baseball INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda was released from Centinela Hospital Medical Center on Sunday, two days after undergoing angioplasty to clear a blocked artery. Lasorda walked out of the hospital shortly after 3 p.m., accompanied by his wife, Jo, and his cardiologist, Dr. Anthony Reid, Looking fit, the 69-year-old Lasorda cheerfully greeted a horde of reporters and television news crews. Lasorda said his doctors told him he needs to get more exercise, reduce stress and stick to a healthy diet. Basketball BOSTON — Three days after a scare that brought back memories of Reggie Lewis, Boston Celtics forward Eric Williams rejoined the team Sunday after tests revealed no problems with his heart. A routine team physical Thursday showed a cardiac abnormality, and Williams stayed behind for more tests while his teammates left Friday for training camp at Greensboro, N.C. Williams' agent, Mark Bartelstein, was quoted as saying the problem was insufficient blood flow in the back of Williams' heart. But the Celtics said Sunday that tests at New England Baptist Hospital revealed "no problems of concern." Williams will rejoin the team at Greensboro, and begin a conditioning program under the team's medical supervision. A timetable for his return has not been determined. Williams, a forward drafted in the first round out of Providence last year, has no known history of heart problems. He missed 18 games as a rookie, including the last five, after knee surgery. He is a cornerstone of the Celtics rebuilding program and averaged 10.7 points per game last season. Football PHILADELPHIA — Temple University football Coach Ron Dickerson pledged Sunday night to continue into the next season, retracting the emotional resignation he made a day earlier after the Owls' 53-52 loss to Pittsburgh. "For the first time in my professional career, I let my emotions do the talking," Dickerson said in a statement released Sunday by the university. "After giving further and careful consideration to the situation, I know that I am as committed as ever to the success of our players, and to a winning Temple University football program." At Saturday's press conference, Dickerson tearfully faulted himself for the loss, referring to the Owls' final drive, a fourth-and-1 gamble that backfired. Temple held a 52-47 lead when Dickerson replaced quarterback Henry Burris with backup Pat Donner. Bonner was stopped inches short, giving the ball back to Pittsburgh on the Owls' 42. After two pass plays, Pittsburgh won the game. LINDSBORG — Bethany quarterback Jorge Munoz and Bethel defensive back Eric Peters were named players of the week Sunday in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. Munoz led his team to a 51-26 victory over McPherson Saturday. The senior from San Diego had 463 yards passing on 31 of 45 attempts, including four touchdowns and no interceptions. Peters had seven tackles and two interceptions in Bethel's 17-10 win over Sterling. The senior from Hesston ran one of the interceptions back for a 70-yard touchdown. General KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Right at the bottom .of the long list of goals that Billie Winsett-Fletcfier hoped to achieve when she entered the University of Nebraska was to win a national championship. She did that, and more. Winsett-Fletcher was named NCAA Woman of the Year on Sunday for the combination of academic excellence, community service and fine play as an outside hitter for the 1995 Nebraska women's champion volleyball team. Winsett-Fletcher, who has used up her NCAA eligibility, carries a 3.833 gradepoint average into her final year toward a degree in secondary education. She is an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and has focused on working with children. She speaks at many school assemblies and is the keynote speaker at Nebraska's annual "School is Cool" jam which attracts about 14,000 middle-school students. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 913-827-6229 Heartland Park Topaka ticket office 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-679-9357 Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 913-628-8614 Salina Municipal Qolf Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7460 Salina Parka & Recreation office 913-626-7434 Salina Parks & Recreation Information 913-826-7464 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1150-AM) 800-608-1150 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) 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