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20 College football previews St. Cloud (Minn.) Times Sat., Sept. 5, 1992 Idaho a formidable opener for Huskies By TOM ELLIOTT Times Sports Writer The St. Cloud State football team opens its 1992 season today against Idaho. Here's a capsule preview: Time: 8 p.m. today at the Kibbie Dome, Moscow, Idaho. Radio: WJON (1240 AM) in St. Cloud, 7:30 p.m. with sports director John Schroeder doing play-by-play and former Idaho football player (1987-90) Scott Dahlquist handling the color commentary. Situation: It's both teams' non-conference season-opener. For St. Cloud State, it's the first game against an NCAA Division I-AA opponent since 1987, when the Huskies lost 17-13 at Nicholls State. For Idaho, it's the Vandals' first game against a Division II opponent since last year's 49-7 victory over Sonoma (Cal.) State. Records: St. Cloud State was 5-3 in the North Central Conference and 6-3 overall a year ago. Idaho was 4-4 in the Big Sky Conference and 6-5 overall. Stat comparison (Final, 1991) SCSU preview Kenny Pierce (SCS) 15 265 17.7 2 Chad Gilman (SCS) 15 146 9.7 0 Todd Hodapp (SCS) 6 69 11.5 1 Yo Murphy (I) 45 777 17.3 6 Walter Saunders (I) 17 206 12.1 2 Ronnie White (I) 14 200 14.3 1 Alan Allen (I) 7 112 16.0 1 Curtis Richardson (I) 6 96 16.0 0 Rushing Name Art. Yds. Avg. TD Jim Mauer (SCS) 99 314 3.2 4 Jim Holasek (SCS) 21 98 4.7 2 Charles Dean (SCS) 11 47 4.3 0 Ronnie White (I) 148 694 4.7 9 Doug Nussmeier (I) 88 160 1.8 1 Alan Allen (I) 2 115 57.5 1 Wind Henderson (I) 24 58 2.4 1 Passing Name Com. Art. Yds. TD Jim Mauer (SCS) 191 88 1162 5 Doug Nussmeier (I) 384 230 3300 25 Receiving Name Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Coddy Harris (SCS) 29 437 15.1 1 Game notes: As far as Idaho coach J ohn L. Smith is concerned, there is no need for St. Cloud State to worry about being embarrassed by his team. "I just hope we're not the ones who are embarrassed," said Smith, who begins his fourth season with a 24-12 record at the Moscow, Idaho school. "That's a quality conference St. Cloud's from." Though Idaho has never played St. Cloud State, it has played Mankato State and South Dakota State in the past 13 years. Idaho beat Mankato State 46-7 in 1985 and then 31-17 in 1987. The Vandals went on to win the Big Sky Conference both years. Idaho lost to South Dakota State 27-13 in 1979. This is St. Cloud State's fourth Division I-AA game in Noel Martin's 10 years as head coach. The Huskies lost to Indiana State 38-14 in 1985 and 27-18 in 1986. They also lost to Nicholls State 17-3 in 1987. "I've watched the fall and I think we can go out there and be competitive," Martin said. "I think the key thing is we can't match them in depth." Idaho offers 65 full athletic scholarships and St. Cloud State can offer 40, as per NCAA rules. The Vandals have pro prospects in defensive end Jeff Robinson (6-5, 260, Sr.) and quarterback Doug Nussmeier (6-4, 210, Jr.). Punter Tom Sugg (6-2, 200, Sr.) also is returning All-Ameri- Starting lineups St. Cloud State Offense 86 Todd Hodapp (6-3, 225, Sr.) 64 Dean Dirkes (6-4, 312, Jr.) 60 Mike Thissen (6-1, 245, Sr.) 59 Bob Kronenberg (6-3, 254, Jr.) 66 Chad Meyer (6-3, 260, So.) 78 Dave Dahlstrom (6-3, 260, Fr.) 2 Kenny Pierce (6-3, 186, Sr.) 3 Coddy Harris (6-2,192, Sr.) 9 Jim Mauer (6-1, 193, Sr.) 32 Jim Holasek (6-0, 220, Sr.) 34 Charles Dean (5-9, 201 , Jr.) 36PaulNorby(6-1,200,Jr.) Defense 81 Shawn O'Brien (6-4, 241, Sr.) 93JoelKnorr(6-4,245,Sr.) 76 Matt Vardas (6-0, 255, Sr.) 94 Marco Dinzeo (6-1 , 250, Jr.) 90 John Hemming (6-1, 230, Jr.) 42 Brad LaCombe (6-0, 220, Sr.) 37 Mike Gromacki (6-1, 235, Sr.) 4 Matt Sttensland (5-11, 195, Sr.) 43 Blake Hardy (6-1, 205, Sr.) 27 Jesse Akemann (6-2, 196, Jr.) 31 Adam Danielson (5-11, 205, Jr.) 13 Ted Larson (6-1, 200, Jr.) TEWR LT LG C RG RT WRTE WR QB FB TBWR K OLBDE DT NGDT DTDE OLB ILBMLB ILBOLB CB SS FS CB P Idaho Offense 7 Yo Murphy (5-11, 165, Sr) 70JodySchug(6-4, 265, Jr.) 50 Ken Cox (6-0, 260, Jr.) 61 Mat Groshong (6-2, 270, Jr.) 71 Chris Schneider (6-4, 270, Sr.) 76 David Spellman (6-6, 280, Sr.) 80 Paul Burke (6-4, 240, Sr.) 8 Walter Saunders (5-9, 165, Sr.) 13 Doug Nussmeier (6-4, 210, Jr.) 32 Sherriden May (6-1, 210, So.) 1 Curtis Richardson (5-9, 150, Sr.) 18 Mike Hollis (5-7, 164, Jr.) Defense 87 Jeff Robinson (6-5, 260, Sr.) 90 Brian Strandley (6-4, 255, So.) 59 John Sirmon (6-3, 265, Sr.) 95 Billy Sims (6-4, 250, Sr.) 66 Brian Wamsley (6-1 , 225, Jr.) 39 Josh Fetter (6-2, 21 5, So.) 37 Duke Garrett (6-2, 225, So.) 5 Noah Ramsey (5-1 0, 1 74, Sr.) 21 Darrick Davis (5-9, 168, Sr.) 35 Miregi Huma (6-0, 1 85, Fr.) 28 David Gistarb (5-11, 186, Sr.) 6 Tom Sugg (6-2, 200, Sr.) Lopsided matchups mark first weekend can who averaged 43.7 yards per punt in '91. Wide receiver Yo Murphy (5-11, 165, Sr.) also has pro potential because of 4.4-second time in the 40-yard dash. He's the leading returning receiver, since last year's top two wide-outs Kasey Dunn (85 catches, 1,263 yards, 6 have used up their eligibility. Idaho's run-and-shoot offense is comparable to North Dakota's, Northern Colorado's or South Dakota State's intheNCC. "But I don't think anyone focuses on the pass in our league like this team does," said St. Cloud State cornerback Matt Steensland. "That's their first option. "The NCC is more of a power game. This team is more finesse." St. Cloud State is relatively healthy coming into the game after having a plethora of minor injuries in preseason camp. Only senior offensive Scott Knapp (stress fracture) is out. Although, senior defensive tackle Pat Schwinghammer is nursing a bruised knee. Schwinghammer made the tip. At least three Huskies on offense and two on defense will make their first college starts tonight. On offense, right guard Chad Meyer, right tackle Dave Dahlstrom and tailback Charles Dean all make their first starts. On defense, outside linebacker John Hemming and strong safety Blake Hardy make their first starts as well. It also will be the first time punter Ted Larson and kicker Paul Norby will play for St. Cloud State. Lewis likes a number of athletes at St. Cloud State. "Those wide receivers (Coddy Harris and Kenny Pierce) are as good as anybody in our conference," Smith said. "And I really like their linebackers and their overall size. "They look like a good, hard-hitting football team." St. Cloud State was scheduled by Idaho because Nevada-Reno dropped out of the Big Sky Conference to join the Big West. Martin hopes the game gives his squad some exposure. "I think we'll go out and enjoy seeing the western part of the country," Martin said. "Hopefully, we'll bring St. Cloud State University a little recognition that way. "We're not going out there to lose." Associated Press The scoreboard figures to be pretty ugly remember Penn State's 81-0 rout of Cincinnati last year? on the first full weekend of college football. On a weekend that might as well be known as Patsy Week, No. 2 Washington is at Arizona State, No. 3 Notre Dame is at Northwestern and No. 8 Penn State is helping Cincinnati reopen its overhauled 35,000-seat Nip-pert Stadium. Mismatches all, these are paydays on which the football teams do the paying, and which rarely lead to anything more than a lopsided, over-at-halftime fiasco. One major exception to the trend, however, can be found at Iowa, where the 23rd-ranked Hawkeyes try to get untracked by playing host to the top-ranked and defending national champion Miami Hurricanes. Iowa, 24-14 losers to North Carolina State in the Kickoff Classic last week, will be facing a team taxed heavily by the affects of Hurricane Andrew and looking to set itself apart from Washington and other No. 1 contenders. "I don't know of a more interesting sports team pro or college in the country that I personally would spend money to watch before I would Miami," Iowa coach Hayden Fry said. 'They're a joy to watch." Miami, looking to be the first repeat national champions since Texas in 1970, brings an 18-game winning streak into the game. And now, back to our regularly scheduled blowouts. Last season, the Huskies pounded Arizona State 44-16 en route to a 12-0 record and a final No. 2 ranking. The Sun Devils have changed coaches, from Larry Marmie to former California golden boy Bruce Snyder, but the fruits of Snyder's energetic style and promise of a high-powered offense don't figure to be all that evident yet. The team Snyder took over finished 6-5 last year, but will have to face the Huskies with a former fourth-string quarterback calling the signals and with Eric Guilford, the team's best receiver, slowed by a bruised arm. The Huskies, meanwhile, are not taking anything for granted. Snyder's Top 25 Golden Bears gave them their biggest scare last season, losing only 24-1 7, and coac Don James no doubt has his troops prepared for a season of being a target. Other games involving top 10 teams have No. 4 Florida State debuting as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference at home against Duke, No. 7 Texas A&M at LSU, No. 9 Alabama at home to Vanderbilt and No. 10 Syracuse at East Carolina. In the Second Ten, No. 11 Nebraska is home to Utah, Colorado State is at No. 12 Colorado, Ball State is at No. 13, No. 14 Georgia is at South Carolina, Louisville calls on No. 17 Ohio State, Appalachian State is at No. 18 North Carolina State, and San Jose State is at No. 19 California. Also, No. 21 Mississippi State is at Texas, Southwest Louisiana is at No. 22 Tennessee and Maryland is at No. 25 Virginia. Unlike Washington, the Fighting Irish are accustomed to special attention from opponents, and Saturday's game at Soldier Field will be no different. It is a historic game the first Irish appearance at Soldier Field since World War II that figures to be history by halftime. "Notre Dame has All-Americaris stacked up like club sandwiches," Northwestern coach Gary Barnett said. "They have the most dominant offense in college football." Northwestern will feature quarterback Lenny Williams, who ranked third in the Big Ten in passing efficiency last year in a new "quick pass" offense. The Fighting Irish feature quarterback Rick Mirer and fullback Jerome Bettis. With a good day, Mirer could add to the historical significance of the game. He is five short of Joe Theismann's school record of 31 touchdown passes: Penn State will be up against a team peeved after last year's embarrassment and determined to show their mettle, Cincinnati coach Tim Murphy said. "They didn't think they could win," he said of last year's team. "That will be one of the big differences. Our kids will believe that they can win." (SD,lbSl!?dl Baseball Twins' boxscore BLUE JAYS 16, TWINS 5 MINNESOTA TORONTO abrhbl abrhbi Knbfcti2b 20 10 Whitecf 5 2 4 2 Rboutet2b 1 0 0 0 RAImr2b 32 12 Larkin 1b 3 111 Griffin 2b 1000 Bush 1b 1 0 0 0 Carter rt 5 2 3 4 Pucketlcf 3 0 0 0 TWardrf 100 0 Bruettcf 1 0 0 0 Wnfielddh 40 11 Hrbekdh 40 10 Mllniksdh 0 0 0 0 Macklf 3 0 0 0 Oterudlb 6 2 4 0 DReedlf 2 0 0 0 Mldndo II 5 3 2 3 Harperc 2 10 0 Gruber3b 4 12 1 Wbsterc 1 0 0 0 Quinlan 3b 2 0 0 0 CDavisrl 4 3 4 1 Brdersc 4 110 PMunzrf 0 0 0 0 Sprguec 10 10 Leius3b 4 0 0 0 Leess 1211 Gagne ss 3 0 2 1 Zosky ss 2 110 Pglrulo 3b 10 00 Totals 35 5 9 3 Totals 4416 21 14 Minnesota 120 101 000-5 Toronto 083 102 20x 16 E-Reboulet (3), West (2). Maldonado (4). LOB-Minnesota 9, Toronto 1 2. 2B-C. Davis (25), Gagne (22), White (19), Oierud 2 (24), Gruber (13). 3B Carter (6), Maldonado (4). HR-C.Davis(9),Carter(30),Maldonado(19). SB-Knoblauch 2 (26), White (31), R. Alomar (39).SF-Larkin. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota Tapani L.14-10 1 1-3 7 6 6 1 1 Edens 2-3 4 2 2 0 0 West 4 6 6 5 5 2 PAbbott 2 4 2 2 2 3 Toronto ConeW.1-1 6 7 5 4 3 6 Eichhom 1 1 0 0 0 2 DWard 1 1 0 0 0 1 Henke 1 0 0 0 1 1 HBP-by Cone (Harper). WP-Cone, Eichhom. PB-Borders2. Umpires Home, Voltaggio; First, Johnson; Second, McKean; Third, Kaiser. T-323.A-50.420. GR T Total first downs 12 11 Rushes-yards 35-172 42-252 Yards passing 67 63 Passes art. 19 7 Passes comp. 7 2 Passes had int. 4 1 Total net yards 239 315 Punts-avg. 4-27.3 3-32.0 Penalties-yards 3-25 5-45 Fumbles-lost 2-1 2-2 Grand Rapids: 0-1 overall. Next: Cretin-Derham Hall, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Grand Rapids. Tech: 1-0 overall. Next: Willmar, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tech. Golf Fish and game forecaster The information in these graphs can, to an extent, predict the optimal times of day for catching fish and hunting game. This information is based on past wildlife activity patterns and many predictable factors (sunrise, sunset, tide forces, etc.) which dictate these patterns of activity. TTTTT EXCELLENT 3 GOOD-v Football High school ST. CLOUD TECH 24, GRAND RAPIDS 10 Grand Rapids 0 3 7 0 10 St Cloud Tech 0 9 ( 7-24 GR Brent Holle 34 FG T Matt Anderson 1 tumble recovery (Adam Bedunn kick) T - Safety, Brett Mushalt tackled Hotie in end zone GR - D.J. Shatter 21 run (Holle kick) T Tom Rydland 14 run (Ryan Hentges pass to Mike Hoets) T - Rydland 3 run (Beduhn kick) Individual statistic Rushing: GR Jeremy Goeden 21-75, Shaffer 7-39, Mark Engesser 2-18, Graham Geisler 4-40, Andy Nelson 1-0; T Jason White 8-62, Hoefs 10-59, Rydland 9-36, Woody SankeyB-44, Hentges 7-49. Passing: GR - Engesser 7-19-4 67; T -Hentges 2-7-1 63. Receiving: GR Chad Sliernagle 3-29. Geisler 2-28, Holte 1-10, Goeden 1-(-3), T -Eric Lund 1-50, Dave Erickson 1-13. Milwaukee Open Results Friday FRANKLIN, Wis. AP - Scores Friday after the second round of the $1 ,000.000 Greater Milwaukee Open, played on the 7,030-yard, par 36-36-72 Tuckaway Country Club course: Thomas Lehman 68-67135 Dudley Hart 69-67136 TomSieckmarm 69-67136 Dick Mast 67-69-136 David Frost 66-70-136 Marts Brooks 70-66-136 Senior scores First ol America Classic GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - Scores Friday from the first round of the PGA Senior Tour's $400,000 First of America Classic, played on the par-35-36 71 The Highlands course: Homero Blancas 32-33-65 Miller Barber 32-34-66 LeeTrevino 33-33-66 Tommy Aaron 30-36-66 IsaoAoki 31-3566 BobBrue 33-34-67 J.C.Goosie 32-3567 Ken Still 32-35-67 Jimmy Powet 32-3567 Harold Herming 34-33-67 ftckHendnckson 34-33-67 This week Today Amateur BASEBALL State Class B tournament: tba, at Jordan and Belle Plains. StteClauCtoumatnent:SarteH vs. Union HiD, 11 a m at Jordan. College FOOTBALL Norvccflferenot: St. Cloud State at Idaho, 8 pm. SOCCER Colorado Col leg Tournament: St. John's vs. Westminster, 4:30 p.m. at Colorado Springs, Colorado. VOLLEYBALL Northam Mlchioan invitational: St Cloud Slate vs. Florida Southern, 9 a.m.; St. Cloud State vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 2 p.m. at Mar quette, Mich. GOLF St Cloud Slate at Concordia-Moorhead State tournament, at Fergus Falls. ri'i u' ----- t-'i'j f'i'm'n m'i'l EXCELLENT f t I I 1 10 I V . JT 10 fcl 1 1 1 1 f1 1 1 1 1 M i rYTTn 1 1 1 1 n 12 J C 12 S t 12 SATURDAY ccw.miwi p. SEPTEMBER 5 EXCELLENT I : ; 1 : : GOOO j t S I iPV Jf 10 1 1 m j 10 n 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 i i nn i p 1 1 M i 12 S 12 J S (12 SUNOAY ecvr,mo.pm, SEPTEMBER 6 Hieh school GIRLS TENNIS SI Cloud Cathedral trlanaular: with New London-Spicer and St. Paul Academv. 9 a.m. BOYS SOCCER Non-conterence: Bloominoton Kennedv at St. Cloud Apollo, 10 a.m.; Anoka at St. John's Pren. 1 cm. GIRLS SOCCER Non-conterence; St. Cloud Apollo at Blaine. 11a.m. Sunday Amateur BASEBALL State Class B tournament: tba, at Jordan and Belle Plaine. State Class C tournament: tba, at Jordan and Belle Plaine. College MEN'S SOCCER Colorado College Tournament: St. John's at Colorado College, at Colorado Springs, 2 p.m. GOLF St. Cloud State at Concordia-Moorhead St. tournament, at Fergus Falls. TV sports Today COLLEGE FOOTBALL 11:30 i.m,-Louisville at Ohio Stale, ESPN (cable). 11:30 i.m. - Vanderbilt at Alabama, PSN (cable). 2:30 p.m. - Notre Dame at Northwestern, Channel 5. 6:30 p.m. Mississippi State at Texas, ESPN (cable). 7 p.m. - Miami at Iowa, Channel 5. 9:30 p.m. Washington at Arizon Stale, PSN (cable). MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 12:30 p.m. Minnesota Twins at Toronto Blue Jays, Channels 4 and 7. 1 p.m. San Diego Padres at Chicago Cubs, WGN (cable). 6:05 p.m. Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves, WTBS (cable). TENNIS 3:30 p.m. U.S. Open, men's and women's third rounds from the USTA National Tennis Center in Rushing Meadows, N.Y., USA (cable). 6:30 p.m. U.S. Open, men's and women's third rounds from the USTA National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y., USA (cable). PGA GOLF 12:30 p.m. Greater Milwaukee Open, third round fro the Tuckaway Country Club in Franklin, Wis., Channel 5. Sunday TENNIS 11 a.m. - U.S. Open, men's third and women'sfourth rounds from the USTANational TennisCenter in Flushing Meadows, N.Y..USA (cable). 6:30 p.m. Men's third and women's fourth rounds from the USTA Natioal Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y., USA (cable). NFL FOOTBALL Noon Minnesota vikings at Green Bay Packers, Channels 4, 7. 3 p.m. San Francisco 49ers at New York Giants, Channels 4, 7. 3 p.m. Cincinnati Bengals at Seattle Sea-hawks, Channel 11. 7 p.m. Los Angeles Raiders at Denver Broncos, TNT (cable). AUTO RACING Noon NASCAR Winston Cup Mountain Dew Southern 500, from Darlington Raceway, S C., ESPN (cable). MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 12:30 p.m. Minnesota Twins at Toronto Blue Jays, MSC (cable). - Minnesota Twins' statistics Through Friday (75-60) BATTING Player Kirby Puckett Shane Mack GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG. 133 537 85 175 29 4 18 93 .326 131 508 82 165 27 Chuck Knoblauch 129 502 90 154 18 Brian Harper Chili Davis Pedro Munoz Scott Leius Greg Gagne Gene Larkin Kent Hrbek Lenny Webster Randy Bush Mike Pagliarulo Jeff Fteboulet Darren Reed Team totals Opponent totals 14 67 .325 .307 .302 9 55 .287 1 47 7 61 118 431 50 130 22 121 401 54 115 25 101 329 37 89 14 1 11 56 .271 107 341 45 89 17 2 2 33 .261 125 391 48 100 22 0 93 274 34 68 14 1 110 385 52 94 19 0 256 248 40 96 8 22 7 1 84 163 13 35 7 0 34 99 8 18 2 0 50 92 10 16 4 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 135 4668 634 1298 230 22 93 594 135 4585 559 1170 226 26 109 531 .255 STOLEN BASES Knoblauch 26, Mack 20, Puckett 14, Gaqne 6, Leius 6, Larkin 6, Hrbek 5, Bruett 4, Davis 4, Munoz 3, Bush 1 , Pagliarulo 1 , Reboulet 1 , Others 2. Team total: 99. Opponent total: 124. 7 39 5 33 15 57 .244 1 8 .229 2 20 .215 0 8 1 12 0 1 ,182 174 .000 .278 PITCHING Player Gary Wayne Tom Edens Mark Guthrie Carl Willis Rick Aguiiera John Smiley Paul Abbott Scott Erickson Mike Trombley Kevin Tapani Willie Banks David West Team totals Opponent totals COMPLETE GAMES Tapani 4, Erickson 4, Smiley 3, Krueger 2, Team total: 13. Opponent total: 17. SAVES Aguiiera 36, Guthrie 3, Edens 3, Willis 1. Team total: 43. Opponent total: 32. SHUTOUTS Erickson 3, Krueger 2, Tapani 1 , Smiley 1 , SmileyAgui-lera 1 , BanksEdens 1 , KruegerWillisKipper 1 . Team total : 1 0. Opponent total: 7. HOME RUNS ALLOWED Krueger 18, Smiley 17, Tapani 17, Erickson 1 6, Guthrie 7, Aguiiera 6, Banks 6, Willis 4, West 3. Abbott 1 , Edens 1 , Trombley 1 , Others 12. Team total: 109. Opponent total: 93. GP IP H R ER BB SO W-L ERA 32 36.2 35 13 9 14 23 2-2 2.21 45 70.2 62 25 23 30 55 5-2 2.93 45 66.2 56 23 22 22 67 2-3 2.97 51 68.2 66 24 23 11 37 5-3 3.01 55 56.2 52 27 20 15 42 1-6 3.18 28 196.1 168 77 71 58 135 14-6 3.25 6 11.0 12 4 4 5 13 0-0 3.27 27 173.0 158 73 68 74 82 10-10 3.54 4 11.0 11 5 5 2 13 0-0 4.09 29 185.2 196 91 87 40 118 14-10 4.22 15 70.1 78 46 45 36 36 4-4 5.76 6 24.0 27 20 18 17 13 1-3 6.75 135 1212.01170 559 514409 770 75-60 3.82 135 1205.01298 634 569437 662 60-75 4.25 1 p.m. San Diego Padres at Chicago Cubs, WGN (cable). 1 :05 p.m. Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves, WTBS (cable). 7 p.m.- Boston Red Sox at Oakland Athletics, ESPN (cable). GOLF 3 p.m. PGA's Greater Milwaukee Open, final round from Tuckaway Country Club In Franklin, Wis., Channel 5. HORSE RACING 4 p.m. Arlington Million from Arlington Heights, III., ESPN (cable). Radio sports Today MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 12:05 p.m. Minnesota Twins at Toronto Blue Jays, WJON-AMWYRQ-FM. COLLEGE FOOTBALL 7:30 p m. - SL Cloud State at Idaho, WJON-AM. GENERAL 9im.-Coaches Comer, KLTF-AMKFML-FM. 9:05 am. -Prep Parade, WYRQ-FM. 9:10 a.m. - Sportsline, WJON-AM. Sunday MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 1 1 :06 a.m. The Tom Kelly Show, WYRQ- CM. 1245 p.m. Minnesota Twins at Toronto Blue Jays, WWJO-FMWYRQ-FM. PRO FOOTBALL 10 a.m. Minnesota vikings at Green Bay p ackers, wjun-am. GENERAL 10:05 p.m. Costas Coast To Coast, WJON-AM. Canterbury results, entries Results Friday Weather Cloudy. Track FasL 1st 1,600, cl, 3Y0, 1mi.70yds. Wort Warrior (Stevens) 12.00 5.60 4.00 Awe Shoot (Albarado) 3.40 3.00 Night Hat (Nolan) 4.40 Off 6:30. Time 1:44 4-5. Scratched-Chair-man Capote. Exacts (4-1) paid $37.20. 2nd 1,400, d, 3Y0 up, 1m!.70yds. Duke Of Badgertand (Essman) 4.40 3.40 2 80 Memo One (Schaefer) 3.60 2.60 Mr. Finesse (Stevens) 2.80 Off 6:53. Tune 1 :44 3-5. Daily Double (4-2) paid 36.80. Exacta (2-7) paid $16.40. 3rd-1,9O0,d,mdn2YO,5'i!f. Real At Sunrise (Quinonez) 10.20 2.60 2.80 a-Green Lake Missy (Stevens) 2.40 2.20 River City Sal (Schaefer) 3.00 Off 7:17. Tune 1:07 1-5. a-Coupled. Scratched Morgan Leigh, Paige Me First. Exacta (4-1) paid $22.00. 4th 1,800, 0, 3Y0 up, Sf. Sioux Lookout (Essman) 9.40 4.20 2.80 Thistle (Stevens) 3.60 2.80 Hapcin (Schaefer) 3.00 Off 7:39. Time 1:11 4-5. Exacta (1-6) paid $23.20. 5 th 1,700, cl, 4Y0up, 6t. Strike Dawn (Schaefer) 4.20 3.00 2 60 Koto Kolar (Wellington) 12.00 5.20 Ourtumtowin (Quinonez) 3.20 Of 8:02. Time 1:11 2-5. Exacta (54) paid $46.20. Trifecta (5-4-1) paid $127.60. th-1,700,cL4YOup,1mi. Winning Concept (Albarado) 5.80 3.60 2.80 Moidore (Quinonez) 11.20 7.40 Bold Eight (Warhol) 5.00 OH 825. Time 1:36 4-5. Exacta (2-8) paid $105.00. Trifecta (2-8-7) paid $646.40. Triple (1-5-2) paid $4240. 7th 1,400, d, mdn 3-4Y0, 350yds. Ouarterhofse Noteworthy News (Pollard) 25.00 6.40 8.40 Ban More On Wheels (McDowell) 7.00 5 40 Thats Irish (Stevens) 380 OH 8:47. Tune :16.72. Scratched-Hustling Cash. Exacta (4-2) paid $90.80. Trifecta (4-2-7) paid $257.40. Pick Six (2-4-1-5-2-4) No Winners. 4 Wins paid $25.60 (4 tickets). Carryover Sth-1 ,400, eL 3Y0 up, 350yds. Quarterhors ImaJetabull (Stevens) 21.40 12.40 500 Exacta News (Henderson) 14.00 9.40 Peregrine Jet (Pollard) 5.00 On 9:12. Time :18 46. Exacta (3-6) paid $361.40. 9th 1,4O0.cL.3YO up, 770yds. OuarterhOTM Glass Grove (Winters) 4.80 260 2.80 Cop A Coin (Collins) 3.20 280 Hgh Flight Billie (Hoop) 3.40 up, 61. Country Color 114 BtslnMyBe 117 Sputtering 114 KidKookie 114 2YO,5'Af. : The Last Deal 109 Hoppm Clyde 118 Ro Ho Native 114 a-Hungry Point 114 Off9:33. Time :40.21. Scratched-Rightway To Ante, Sergeant Wheels. Daily Double (3-5) paid $53.20. Consolation Double (3-2) - no tickets sold. Exacta (5-8) paid $1 7.80. Late Triple (4-3-2or5) No Winners. 2 Wins paid $21 .40. Attendance 1,549. Handle $84,206.00. ' Entries Sunday First post 1:30 p.m. 1st 1,400,cL4YOup,6t. LvLovuLovu 120 HwknsCurie 120 Duke Here 120 Royal Dutch 120 Ntrfyawinmer 120 BeausGilt 120 2nd-1,700,d,4YOu Send Silver 114 MssysTarzan 120 HaJoLu 117 GrystneAnna 114 3rd-1,900,cLmdn2 MsJ.O.Tobie 111 Hnys Charger 114 a-BtchsProspe 114 Coras Last 114 Fre Wheeling 114 a-Coupled. ; 4th 1,800, d, 4Y0 up, 1ml.70yds. BumgaeBoy 114 YeomanRoad 114 Ky To Charts 114 SmthgCurent 114 SegeTheDay 120 WhtEarthM 114 Much Loot 114 5th-3,200,mdn2YO,6l. Molydar 118 DanceOnlce 118 CcwhtsNToa 118 EasyTray 113 LcrsseQueen 118 BabeeDusty 118 Ge'sCompnay 118 Night Lolly 118 GrubbyLeah 11a ForeignJewel 118 Psaltery 116 6th-2,000,alc,4YOup,5,M. SonnyCut 114 Wine Steward 114 Pundrug 120 Jovial Isle 117 TchrTeacher 117 TrTestamony 120 TrAndFeath 114 Spirt Pocket 111 7th 4,700, ale, 3YO up, T41. ImPredictabl 116 Shy Smile 116 WisheksKid 112 Shabby Shoes 122 Becky Lou 116 LindyStar 116 PrpreToExit 116 8th 1,500, d, 3Y0 up, Irnl.TOyds. TellemBye 120 My Dads A P 114 FWtsideration 114 Waynoka 114 Our lode 120 First Glitter 114 JstProciamat 120 Derby Too 120 Motessa 120 9th 2,500, mdn 2YO, 350yd. SprtysMachin 120 SsSuprNews 120 AntUpBlack 120 FlySatanFly 120 TurtsWinner 120 CselCanFry 120 XlCee 120 Oct Conquest 120 WhtLkyDan 120 Marecedes 120 GmoWrangJr 120 Treks Questk) 120 KellysRock 120 SmithNKirk 120 10th-4,000-sdded, 3Y0 up, 870yds. Th Captain Hook Classic FrstysProspe 118 MackEveret 120 EJ Forty 117 Bid Beta Bug 116 SprtdAndDa 120 SdsCHGreatn 125 11th 2,500, mdn WYO, 440yds. Hustling Cash 120 i-Blzn Money 120 HnybeeKaleo 123 AAmazing 120 a-ScrttsBarM 120 MsRetxCan 123 EsyMonPas 120 Bucks Policy 120 Smooth Helen 120 t-Coupled. Prep football scores Results Friday AdrarvElrsworth 28. Lincoln HI 0 Albany 37, Rocon of Cold Swing 28 Aftrook 24. Cromwell 18 Annandale 34. Howard Lake-Wa- verty 6 Anoka 34, Bumevile 15 Apple Valley 9. Blaine 8 (ot) Argyle 26, Marshall County Cen- fal6 Belle Plaine 33, Janesville-Wal- dorf-Pemberton 14 Bemidfi 13. BratnetdS Bigfork 18. Littfefortc-Big Falls 6 Bloomington Jefferson 3, Bloo- rrtnglon Kennedy 0 Blue Earth Area 17. Jackson 0 Breckenridge 22. Wahpeton (NO) 6 Brooklyn Center 26, De La Sate Caledonia 20, LaCrescent 6 Cambridge 30. Wilmar 6 Carlton 34, Mountain Iron-Buhl 20 Cass Lake-Bena 10. Menahga 8 Central Lyon (Iowa) 7. Luveme 0 Char&etd 6, Cannon Fate 0 Choko-Alberta 38, Campoe-Tv tarvFaomorit 16 Cleartorook-Gxxivick 20, Lake ot the Woods (Baudette) 6 Cloqttot 18. EveWri-Gilberl 6 Cook 12. McGregor 7 Co County 24. EskoO Coon Rapids 14, Wayzata 0 Cretin-Derham Hall 21, St. Paul Higtiland Park 7 Deer River 35, Greenway of Co- 10 Delano 35, RockfordO Detroit Lake 21, Thief River Fads 2 Dover-Eyota 8, Zurnbrota-Mazep-pa7 Dululri Dentetd 28, Dukith Central 0 Duluth Marshall 15, Motley Pillager 8 Eden Prairie 21, Minnetonka 6 Edna 27, Eagan 20 Elk River 50, Fhdley 7 Faribault 8, Rochester Mayo 2 Fergus Falls 13, Alexandria 7 Forest Lake 14. Rosernount 0 Grand Meadow 14, Spring Qrove 0 GryglaGoodrldge 36, Valley Norths Hamony 7, Houston 0 , Hastings 34, Smley 0 Hfobing 32, Duluth East 8 HiUs Beaver Creek 18, Lvle 13 HokJingford 14, BrowervHle 8 Horir34,St.LouisPark14 International Falls 51, Two Harbors 0 kondale 28, Totino Grace 13 Jordan 39. Blake 0 Kasson-Mantorville 33, Pine Island 20 Kenyori-Wanarnlngo 20, Byron 7 LeSueur-Henderson 6, St Peter 0 Mahnomen 28, Glyndon-Felton-DiKvorthO Mankato Loyola 34, New Ulm Cathedral 15 Maple Lake 8, Concordia Academy 0 Maple River 16, LelfenterO Marshal 14, Montevideo 6 (game called eerty, lighting) Mayer Lutheran 38, Minnehaha Academy 12 Minneapolis North 14, Mmneapo-ts Washburn 13 Minneapolis South 27, Mtrmeapo-b Roosevelt 0 Minneapolis Southwest 22, Minneapolis Henry 0 MontJceto 20, Sauk Rapids 15 Moorhead 13, Fargo South (ND) 6 Morals, Melrose 8 Mounds View 36, Buffalo 8 Nashwauk-Keewatin 22, Moose LakeWillow River 6 Nevis 32, NorttomeKeliher 8 New London-Spicer 20, Atwater- GroveCltyB New Rlchland-Hartland-Ellen- daie-Geneva 30, Lake CrystaJ-Wel. Mem.O NorrMeU24,Shakopee18 NcrthtarxjofFterner16,Biackduck 8 Norwood-Young America 12, Big Lakes OgiMe 41, Morris Area 14 Or 26, Tower-Soudan 12 Osaka 42, St John s Prep 6 Owatoma 40, Minneapolis Etfs- 00 6 Park of Cottage Grove 24, Woodbury 21 Plalrrviewlgin-MillvHle 26, Lan- estxxo 15 Princeton 28, Mahtomedi 14 Prior Lake 35, Red WingO Proctor 8, HermarSown O Rcftfk) 42, Hi-Murray 6 Robbinsdale Armstrong 26, Rob- binsdaJe Cooper 8 I Rochester John Marshall 16, Mankato East 14 Roseau 20. BagfeyO RoesvWe Area 23, Otampln Park 0 Rush City 27, Grantstxm (Wise) 14 Rushford-Peterson 17, Preston-Fountain 0 SanM 20, St Cloud Apollo 10 Sauk Centre 14, Minnewaska Areas Silver Bay 15, Ely 14 Silver Lake 39, Granada-HunOev-EastChakvMariin Luther 6 South St Paul 21, Henry Sibley 0 SpkttLake(iowa)14,Martin County WeetO Spring Lake Park 34, Columbia Heights 6 Spring VaAeyWykofi 14, LeRoy OWander 13 St Agnes 30, United Souti Cental 19 Si Cloud Cathedral 20, Pten 6 iQSt Ooud Tech 24, Grand Rapids St Francis 18, Centennial 13 (of) St James27,Wlndom8 &Paulntral24,St.PaulComo ParkO St. Paul Humboldt 32, North Branch 0 Stephen 55, East Grand Forks Sacred Heart 20 S1twater33,Osseo7 Tartan 14, St Thomas Academy Thompson (ND) 37, FlsherCII-max 14 Tri-County of Karlstad 14, Kittson County North 0 Triton 20, MedfordO Upsata13,McLeodWeat8 Vemdate47.Wt-E-Mac8 Vkglnte21,MssabiEastO Wabasha-Kerngg 33. Lake City Wacors20.DasetOokato8 Warroad 28, Pelican Rapids 0 Waseca 18, Rochester LourdM 6 West Lyon (Iowa) 21, Pipe-Jasper 0 White Bear Lake 28, Pk Center 14 4 VVIrona22,AJbertLea12 - Wineted Hofy Trinity 40, Goodhue Vto1hlri(24,Fairrnont13

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