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B2 TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8 , 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-Radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL ; T p.m. — Major League Baseball, American , League Championship Series, Baltimore at NY i Yankees, NBC, cable 3,13. i BOXING | » p.m. — Boxing, Jimmy Thunder vs. Qulnn | Navarre; Chris Byrt vs. Lev! Bllrups; Tracy Byrd , vs. opponent TBA, USA, cable 40. i HOCKEY • 8:30 p.m. - NHL Hockey, NY Rangers at ^Florida, ESPN2, cable 39. | 8p.m. —NHL Hockey, San Jose at Colorado, .PRIME, cable 37. RADIO : GENERAL . 8:30 p.m. — Coors Light Sportstalk Show, ;KSAL,1150-AM. Football NFL standings ' AMERICAN CONFERENCE 1 East !" W L T Pet. PF PA .Buffalo 4 1 0 .800 72 74 • rlndlanapolls 4 1 0 .800 89 66 (Miami 3 2 0 .600 119 79 flew England 3 2 0 .600 125 104 JN.Y. Jets 060 .000 75 166 ,- Central fPlttsburgh 4 1 0 .800 111 70 -Houston 3 2 0 .600 128 117 , Baltimore 2 3 0 .400 104 130 Jacksonville 2 4 0 .333 116 119 .Cincinnati 1 4 0 .200 97 112 West Denver 5 1 0 .833 144 93 Kansas City 4 2 0 .667 117 92 San Diego 4 2 0 .667 145 144 Oakland 2 4 0 .333 119 113 Seattle 2 4 0 .333 93 153 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Washington 4 1 0 .800 103 56 Philadelphia 3 2 0 .600 106 111 'Arizona 2 3 0 .400 82 131 Dallas 2 3 0 .400 87 76 N.Y. Giants 2 3 0 .400 58 97 Central Green Bay 6 1 0 .833 204 72 Minnesota 5 1 0 .833 114 92 Detroit 420 '.667 141 87 Chicago 2 4 0 .333 80 125 Tampa Bay 0 5 0 .000 45 126 Weil San Francisco 4 1 0 .800 135 62 Carolina 3 2 0 .600 100 71 St Louis 1 4 0 .200 75 126 New Orleans 1 5 0 .167 87 137 .Atlanta 0 5 0 .000 82 152 Sunday's Games Detroit 28, Atlanta 24 Minnesota 14, Carolina 12 Green Bay 37, Chicago 6 New England 46, Baltimore 38 Oakland 34, New York Jets 13 Seattle 22, Miami 15. Buffalo 16, Indianapolis 13, OT New Orleans 17, Jacksonville 13 Denver 28, San Diego 17 San Francisco 28, St. Louis 11 Houston 30, Cincinnati 27, OT Open date: Arizona, Dallas, (j.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, Washington Monday's Games .. Pittsburgh 17, Kansas City 7 Sunday, Oct. 13 Arizona al Dallas, noon Chicago at New Orleans, noon Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, noon Houston at Atlanta, noon Miami at Buffalo, noon Minnesota al Tampa Bay, noon New York Jets at Jacksonville, noon St. Louis at Carolina, noon Washington at New England, noon . Detroit at Oakland, 3 p.m. Philadelphia at New York Giants, 3 p.m. Baltimore at Indianapolis, 7 p.m. Open date: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Seattle Monday, Oct. 14 San Francisco at Green Bay, 8 p.m. OILERS 30, BENGALS 27 Late Sunday Hou Cln First downs 18 22 Rushes-yards 29-160 36-163 Passing 175 152 Punt Returns 4-86 2-11 Kickofl Returns 5-177 6-112 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-19 ,Comp-Att-lnt 18-32-1 18-37-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-18 4-18 Punts 4-44.0 7-46.1 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-64 5-50 Time of Possession 32:00 35:07 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Houston, George 26-152, Harmon 3-8. Cincinnati, Hearst 3-90, Blake 7-35, Cothran 5-25, Bienlemy 7-10, Carter 2-3. ' PASSING—Houston, Chandler 18-32-1-193. Cincinnati, Blake 18-37-0-170. RECEIVING—Houston, Wycheck 7-59, George 3-22, Davis 2-40, Harmon 2-25, 'Sanders 2-25, Russell 2-22. Cincinnati, Pickens 6-48, Scott 5-56, McGee 4-49, Bienemy 2-9, Sadowskl 1-8. SCORING SUMMARY Houiton 3 7 7 10 3—30 Cincinnati 0 13 7 7 0—27 First Quarter Hou—FG Del Greco 40,11:06. Second Quarter Cln—FGPertrey41,1:34. Hou—Wycheck 9 pass from Chandler (Del Greco kick). 7:17. Cln—Spencer 59 fumble return (Pelfrey kick). 9:44. Cin—FG Pelfrey 31.14:35. Third Quarter Cln-Cothran 2 ran (PeNrey kick), 5:11. Hou—George 45 ran (Del Greco kick), 8:01. Fourth Quarter Hou—FG Del Greco 32,1:33. Cln—Scott 1 pass from Blake (Peltrey kick), 8:14. Hou—Russell 7 pass from Chandler (Del Greco kick), 9:55. Overtime Hou—FG Del Greco 49,7:07. Today's schedule TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 CROSS COUNTRY Ell-Saline, Sacred Heart at Ellsworth Invitational, 4:30 p.m. TENNIS Sallna Central, Sallna South at 1-70 League Meet at Topeka, 10 a.m. VOLLEYBALL Hertngton al Sacred Heart, 4:30 p.m. Belleville at SE-Sallne, 4:30 p.m. Sallna Central at Hays, 5 p.m. Ell-Saline at Sedgwlck, 6 p..m. Friends at Kansas Wesleyan, 6 p.m. Brown Mackls al Colby, 8 p.m. ers 21. McPherson Chiefs 6; Great Bend Cardinals 18, Salina Redskins 0. Thla Week's Schedule Saturday — Cowboys at Eagles, 10 a.m. (SS); Cardinals at Falcons, 10 a.m. (QB); Oilers at Redskins, 10 a.m. (KF); Vikings at Chiefs, noon (M). (GB)-Great Bend Middle School: (KF)-Sallna Kenwood Field; (M)-McPherson Middle School; (SS)-Sallna South High School. Auto racing NASCAR College BIQ 12 LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Leading Ruihera Car Yds Avg Yds-pg T.Davls.lowaS 149 917 6.2 229.2 Hanspard.TxTech 144 1112 7.7 222.4 Henley.Kansas 127 667 5.3 166.7 D.Thompsn.OklaSt 142 774 5.5 154.8 Parker.Okla 64 576 9.0 144.0 Williams/Texas 75 552 7.4 110.4 Green.Neb 71 387 5.5 96.7 Parker.TexA&M 83 429 5.2 85.8 Troutman.Colo 67 329 4.9 82.2 Douglas,Baylor 60 317 5.3 79.2 Charies,KanSt 74 382 5.2 76.4 Bemard.TexAiM 44 339 7.7 67.8 West,Mo 64 339 5.3 67.8 Evans,Neb 26 242 8.6 60.5 Henn/.Colo 48 218 4.5 54.5 Jones.Mo 46 244 5.3 48.8 Bannlng.Neb 27 146 5.4 48.6 Ollvo.Mo 53 239 4.5 47.8 Blackwell.Mo 39 230 5.9 46.0 Mltchell,Texas 42 216 5.1 43.2 J.AIIen,Okla 48 170 3.5 42.5 Ervln.TxTech 26 193 7.4 38.6 Hall,TexA&M 30 191 8.4 38.2 Lawrence.KanSt 51 180 3.5 36.0 LethrldgeJxTech 57 178 3.1 35,6 Leading Passers Riling Alt Cp Ydi Td Pti Detmer.Colo 141 90 1151 8 148.3 Johner.Kansas 94 56 661 7 143.2 Doxzon.lowaSt 78 47 563 5 131.8 Altred.Baylor 39 19 328 2 131.2 Watson.Baylor 68 39 439 5 130.0 Skomla.Mo 66 40 450 4 128.8 Waltonjexas 50 31 375 1 127.6 Kavanagh.KanSt 117 64 761 8 126.8 Fuente.Okla 98 50 814 4 126.1 Stewart.TexMM 168 95 1232 6 125.2 J.Brown.Texas 93 51 711 4 122.5 FrostNob 66 32 362 4 111.5 Jones.Mo 49 24 257 3 105.1 Jones.OklaSI 71 33 362 3 97.6 Chaloupka.OklaSt 35 12 246 1 97.0 Lethridge.TxTech 129 54 641 5 91.7 Moore.Okla 25 7 114 0 58.3 Total Offense Yds Avg Yd«-pg Detmer.Colo 1174 7.6 293.5 Slewart.TexASM 1258 6.2 251.6 T.DavlsJowaSt 917 6.1 229.2 Hanspard.TxTech 1112 7.7 222.4 Fuente.Okla 782 7.0 195.5 Henley.Kansas 667 5.2 166.7 Johner.Kansas 657 5.5 164.2 Lethrldge.TxTech 819 4.4 163.8 Doxzon.lowaSt 654 5.8 163.5 D.Thompsn.OklaSt 774 5.4 154.8 Parker.Okla 576 9.0 144.0 J.Brown.Texas 719 6.6 143.8 Kavanagh.KanSt 687 4.8 137.4 Frost.Neb 504 4.7 126.0 Jones.OklaSt 460 4.5 115.0 Wllliams.Texas 552 7.3 110.4 Watson.Baylor 432 4,7 108.0 Jones.Mo 501 5.2 100.2 Green.Neb 387 5.4 96.7 Skomla.Mo 439 6,0 87.8 Parker.TexA&M • 429 5.1 85.8 Troutman.Colo 329 4.9 82.2 Douglas.Baylor 317 5.2 79.2 Charles.KanSt 362 5.1 76.4 Alfred.Baylor • 299 6.2 74.7 Receiving Cms Ct Yds Ct-pg Connell.TexA&M 5 37 498 7.4 Lockett.KanSt 5 24 320 4.8 Canuth.Colo 4 19 305 4.7 Savoy.Colo 4 19 218 4.7 Muhammad,Baylor 4 17 198 4.2 Adams/Texas 5 21 357 4.2 Hawkins.TexA&M 5 21 265 4.2 Pegross.Baylor 4 16 292 4.0 S.AIexndr.Okla 3 12 282 4.0 Kldd.Colo 4 14 220 3.5 E.Wiliams.lowaSI 4 14 195 3.5 Byrd.Kansas 4 14 160 3.5 Jenkins.Mo 5 16 229 3.2 Watley.lowaSt 4 12 150 3.0 Henley.Kansas 4 12 95 3.0 Mayes.OklaSt 4 11 174 2.7 McDaniel.Okla 4 10 233 2.5 Dean.KanSI 5 12 153 2.4 Holbeln.Neb 4 9 138 2.2 Lepsls.Colo 4 9 83 2.2 Lawrence.KanSt 5 11 68 2.2 Ftegertd.Texas 5 10 146 2.0 Hanspard.TxTech 5 10 114 2.0 Spiller.TexA&M 4 8 114 2.0 Carier.Kansas 4 8 97 2.0 Receiving Yards Per Game Cms Ct Yds YdsPg Connell.TexA&M 5 37 498 99.60 S.AIexndr.Okla 3 12 282 94.00 Camith.Colo 4 19 305 76.25 Pegross.Baylor 4 16 292 73.00 Adams.Texas 5 21 357 71.40 Lockelt.KanSt 5 24 320 64.00 McDaniel.Okla 4 10 233 58.25 Kldd.Colo 4 14 220 55.00 Savoy.Colo 4 19 218 54.50 Hawklns.TexA&M 5 21 265 53.00 Muhammad.Baylor 4 17 198 49.50 E.Willams.lowaSt 4 14 195 48.75 Jenkins.Mo 5 16 229 45.80 Mayes.OklaSt 4 11 174 43.50 Byrd.Kansas 4 14 160 40.00 Anderson.Colo 3 4 115 38.33 Walley.lowaSl 4 12 150 37.50 Holbeln.Neb 4 9 138 34.50 Vann.Kansas 4 7 130 32.50 Dean.KanSI 5 12 153 30.60 Fitzgerld.Texas 5 10 146 29.20 Splller,TexA&M 4 8 114 28.50 Troutman.Colo 4 7 112 28.00 Blocker.Okla 4 5 108 27.00 Vedral.Neb 4 6 105 26.25 TEAM Pushing Offense Car Yds Yd«-pg Texas Tech 267 1681 338.2 Iowa St. 200 1145 286.3 Nebraska 227 1131 282.8 Texas ASM 239 1274 254.8 Kansas 225 1009 252.3 Oklahoma St. 259 1168 233.6 Missouri 237 1131 226.2 Texas 203 1039 207.8 Oklahoma 141 -765 196.3 Colorado 144 634 158.5 Baylor . 155 544 136.0 Kansas St. 191 658 131.6 Pining Offense AH Cp Ydi Ydt-pg Colorado 148 92 1175 293.8 Texas A&M 177 99 1291 258.2 Oklahoma 123 57 928 232.0 Texas 151 85 1107 221.4 Baylor 107 58 767 191.8 Kansas 107 63 751 187.8 Kansas St. 136 72 879 175.8 Missouri 117 66 737 147.4 Iowa SI. 78 47 563 140.6 Texas Tech 131 55 650 130.0 Oklahoma St. 108 46 616 123.2 Nebraska 79 38 453 113.3 Total Offense Plays Yds Yds-pg Texas A&M 416 2565 513.0 Texas Tech 398 2331 466.2 Colorado 292 1809 452.2 Kansas 332 1760 440.0 Texas 354 2146 429.2 Oklahoma 264 1713 428.2 Iowa St. 278 1708 427.0 Nebraska 306 1584 396.0 Missouri 354 1868 373.6 Oklahoma St. 367 1784 356.8 Baylor 262 1311 327.7 Kansas St. 327 1537 307.4 Rushing Defense Car Ydi Yds-pg Texas A&M 144 302 60.4 Nebraska 155 276 69.0 Colorado 129 287 71.8 Texas Tech 170 418 83.6 Kansas 132 568 142.0 Oklahoma 187 623 155.8 Kansas St. 231 871 174.2 Texas 217 944 188.8 Iowa St. 157 607 201.8 Oklahoma SI. 197 1051 210.2 Baylor 175 909 227.3 Missouri 232 1198 239.6 Passing Defense All Cp Yds Tdi Pts Kansas St. 134 51 519 2 69.55 Texas 131 64 707 3 92.59 Nebraska 122 56 786 3 93.38 Baylor 123 56 807 4 103.24 Texas Tech 161 74 1181 4 105.84 Colorado f49 76 868 5 113.97 Oklahoma SI. 132 68 1029 1 114.95 Missouri 98 54 632 5 115.91 Texas A&M 187 103 1341 10 124.41 Kansas 123 63 1094 7 134.96 owa St. (38 69 1059 8 140.84 Oklahoma 110 67 900 11 159.00 Total Defense Playi Yds Yds-pg Nebraska 277 1062 265.5 Kansas St. 365 1390 278.0 lolorado 278 1255 313.8 Texas Tech 331 1599 319.8 Texas A&M 331 1643 328.6 Texas 348 1651 330.2 Missouri 330 1830 366.0 Oklahoma 297 1523 380.8 Kansas 255 1662 415.5 Oklahoma St. 329 2000 416.0 Baylor 298 1716 429.0 Iowa St. 295 1866 466.5 NAIA II POLL TULSA, Okla. — The top 25 teams In the NAIA Division II football poll with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Sept. 29, total joints and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1.Flndlay,Ohlo(13) 4-0 397 1 2. W. Washington (3) 3-0 387 2 3. Sioux Falls, S.D. 5-0 354 5 4. Howard Payne, Tex 5-0 345 6 5. Lambuth, Tenn. 4-1 331 7 6. Clinch Valley, Va. 5-0 301 8 7. Malone, Ohio 3-1 297 3 8. Hardln-Smmns, Tex 3-1 289 9 9. Evangel, Mo. 3-0 288 11 10. Geneva, Pa. 11. Benedictine 12. MldAmertea Nzrene 13. Northwestern, Iowa 14. Pac. Lutheran, Wa. 15. Westminster. Pa. 18. Befhany 17. Valley City St., N.D. 18. Willamette, Ore. 19. Azuza Pacific, CalK. 20. No. Greenville, S.C. 21. Eastern Oregon 22. Dickinson St., N.D. 23. Llnlield, Ore. 24. St. Ambrose, Iowa 25. Mary, N.D. 2-1 3-1 4-0 5-0 2-1 3-1 2-f 5-0 2-1 3-1 4-0 3-1 3-2 2-1 4-0 3-2 247 225 217 205 194 191 138 125 123 113 88 78 48 45 44 30 12 4 14 15 17 16 21 22 10 23 25 13 18 NCAA II POLL 'OVERLAND PARK—The lop 20 teams In the NCAA Division II football poll with first-place votes In parentheses, record through Oct. 6, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs I.Indiana, Pa. (4) 4-0 80 2 2. Central Oklahoma 4-0 75 3 3. Missouri Southern. 4-0 71 (4 4. Valdosta SI., Ga. 5-0 70 14 5. Pltlsburg SI 3-1 62 9 6. Saglnaw Vlly. Mich. 4-0 58 17 7. South Dakota 5-0 55 17 8. Texas A&M-Kngsvll 2-2 50 11 9. N.C. Central 5-1 49 12 10. West Chester, Pa. 4-1 44 10 11. West Georgia 5-1 42 14 12. Crsn-Nwmn, Tn. (4) 4-1 36 1 13.AngeloSt.,Texas 3-1 34 16 14. Calawba, N.C. 5-0 26 118 15. Ferris St., Mich. 5-1 23 15 16. Northwest Missouri 5-0 22 118 17. UC Davis 2-2 16 20 18. Northern Michigan 3-1 11 17 19. Northern Colorado 4-1 9 — 20. North Alabama 3-3 4 — Junior varsity SALINA CENTRAL 31, HAYS 14 Hays 0 7 0 7— 14 Sallna Central 17 7 7 0 — 31 Hays — Scoring unavailable Central — Miller 13 pass from Wilson; Miller 24 pass from Wilson; Bartow 17 pass from Wilson; Brown 4 run; Schom 35 FG. PATs — Schom 4 kicks. MANHATTAN 42, SALINA SOUTH 20 Manhattan 7 14 7 14 —42 Salina South 14 60 0 — 20 Manhattan — Scoring unavailable. Salina South — Moses 1 run; Squires (2) 34, 12 pass from Romlnger. PAT — Moses run. SACRED HEART 18, MARION 12 Sacred Heart 0 12 6 0 — 18 Marion 0 6 0 6 — 12 Sacred Heart — Ryan (2) 5 ran, 75 ran; Jaquay 1 ran Marion — Versch (2) 53 pass from Hannaford, recovered blocked punt In end zone Salvation Army YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEVENTH GRADE Standings Great Bend Falcons 5-0, Sallna Eagles 4-1, Great Bend Cardinals 3-2, Sallna Oilers 2-3, McPherson Chiefs 2-3, Salina Cowboys 1-4, Sallna Lions 0-4. Last Week's Results Great Bend Cardinals 32, Sate Oilers 14; Great Bend Falcons 24, McPherson Chiefs 8; Sallna Eagles 24, Salina Cowboys 6. This Week's Schedule Tuesday — Uons at Eagles, 5:30 p.m. (KF). Saturday — CWefe al Uons, 2 p.m. (KF); Cowboys at Cardinals, 2 p.m. (GB); Oilers at Falcons, 4 p.m. (GB). SIXTH GRADE Standings Sallna Eagles 5-0, Sallna Cowboys 4-1, Sallna Redskins 4-1, McPherson Chiefs 3-2, Great Bend Cardinals 2-2, Great Bend Falcons 2-3, McPherson Rams 1-4, Lamed Vikings 1-4, Salina Oilers 0-5. Last Week's Results Sallna Eagles 12, Sallna Cowboys 7; McPherson CHIefs 18, McPherson Rams 0; Great Bend Falcons 24, Sallna Oilers 6; Salina Redskins 18, Lamed Vikings 0. This Week's Schedule Tuesday — Cardinals at Falcons, 5:30 p.m. (GB). Saturday — Cowboys at Chiefs, 10 a.m. (M); Vikings at Oilers, noon (SS); Redskins at Eagles, noon (KF); Rams at Cardinals, noon (GB). FIFTH GRADE Standings Eastern Division—Sallna Cowboys 2-0,5-0; Salina Eagles 2-0,4-1; Salina Redskins 0-2,23; Sallna Oilers 0-2,1-4. Western Division — Great Bend Cardinals 20,5-0; Great Bend Falcons 2-0,3-2; McPherson Chiefs 0-2,0-5; Lamed Vikings 0-2,0-5. Last Week's Results Sallna Eagles 18, Lamed Vikings 0; Sallna lowboys 19, Great Bend Falcons 6; Sallna Oil- POINTS LEADERS I, Jeff Gordon, 4,163.2, Terry Labonte, 4,162. 3, Dale Jarrett, 4,071.4, Dale Earnhardt, 3,892. 5, Mark Martin, 3,801.6, Ricky Rudd, 3,402. 7, Rusty Wallace, 3,398.8, Sterling Martin, 3,358. 9, Ken Schrader, 3,315.10, Ernie Irvan, 3,261. II, Bobby Hamilton, 3,225. 12, Jeff Burton, 3,165.13, Michael Waftrtp. 3,164.14, Ted Musgrave, 3,122. 15, Bobby Labonte, 3,107. 16, Jimmy Spencer, 3,107.17, Rick Mast, 2,968.18, Morgan Shepherd, 2,666. 19, Geoff Bodlne, 2,860.20, Ricky Craven, 2,857. MONEYLEADERS I, Jeff Gordon, $2,332,853. 2, Dale Jarred, $2,200,070. 3, Terry Labonle, $1,782,098. 4, Dale Earnhardt, $1,618,241. 5, Mark Martin, $1,423,780.6, Ernie Irvan, $1,368,447.7, Sterling Martin, $1,225,230. 8, Rusty Wallace, $t,209,547. 9, Ricky Rudd, $1,082,393. 10, Bobby Labonte, $1,019,660. II, Michael Wallrtp, $988,945. 12, Ken Schrader, $918,067. 13, Jimmy Spencer, $858,875. 14, Geoff Bodlne, $850,745. 15, Johnny Benson, $832,555. 16, Ricky Craven, $805,437. 17, Bobby Hamilton, $796,850. 18, Ted Musgrave, $787,562. 19, Ward Burton, $786,224.20, Rick Mast, $770,592. Soccer College men KANSAS WESLEYAN 5, STERLING 3 (OT) Sterling 1 1 1 0 — 3 Kansas Wesleyan 1 1 1 2—5 First half — KW, Dlblnnl (J. Ranleri), 25th minute; SC, Butler (Hatlestead), 37th . Second half — KW, Calvo (penalty kick), 62nd; SC, Tlschler (Carrathers), 85th First OT — SC, Wilbanks (Haspels), 91st; KW, Calvo (unassisted), 102 Second OT—KW, Dlbblnl (J. Ranleri), 107lh; KW, Dibbinl (J. Ranleri), 11 Oth BETHANY 3, MCPHERSON 0 McPherson 0 0—0 Bethany 1 2 — 3 First half — BC, Gulllan (Schmelser), 9th minute Second half — BC, Lambert (unassisted), 56th; BC, Schmelser (Lambert), 61st Shots on goal: BC 7-8 — 15; MC 0-2 — 2 Saves: BC 0-2 — 2; MC 6-5 — 11 College women STERLING 3, KANSAS WESLEYAN 1 Sterling 1 2 — 3 Kansas Wesleyan ' 01 — 1 First hall — SC, Berry, 28lh minute Second half—SC, Berry, 50th; SC, Egy, 60th; KW, Fugate, 74th Shots on goal: SC 12, KW1. Saves: SCO, KW 11 BETHANY 7, MCPHERSON 1 McPherson 01 — 1 Bethany 7 0—7 First half — BC, McFarland (Black), 9th minute; BC, Gumey (Medley), 12th; BC, Black (unassisted), 20th; BC, Black (Medley), 31st; BC, Medley (Dennis), 39th; BC, Blng (medley), 43rd Shots on goal: MC 0-3 — 3; BC 12-16 —18 Saves: MC 1-1— 2; BC 0-0 — 0 Volleyball College Varsity —Bethany det. Ottawa15-10, 15-0, 12-15 Junior varsity — Ottawa del. Bethany 17-15, 15-6 High school UTICA TOURNAMENT Late Saturday Herndon results Golden Plains del. Hemdon 15-7,15-4; Lenora del. Hemdon 15-12,15-12; Utlca del. Hemdon 15-2,15-0; Jennings del. Hemdon 15-7,15-6 Freshmen AT SALINA CENTRAL Salina Central del. Minneapolis 16-14,15-12; Minneapolis del. Sallna South 15-10,15-13; Sall- na Central del. Salina South 12-15,15-9,15-8. Cross country High school MCPHERSON INVITATIONAL BOYS Team Scores Hutchinson 38, Salina South 44, Maize 79, McPherson 96, Buhler 100, Newton 165. TopIS 1. Mark Menefee, Buhler, 16:26.2 (course, meet record; old record 16:29.8 by Ben Hourt- berg, Sallna South, 1995): 2. Brandon Ebert, Sallna South, 17:20; 3. Casey Korte, Hutchln- son, 17:30; 4. Richard Norwood, Hutchlnson, 17:34; 5. Chad Wahlgren. Sallna South, 17:40; 6. Adam Wright, Maize, 17:50; 7. Brett Ballard, Hutchlnson, 17:56; 8. Adam Jarvls, Hutchlnson, 16:01; 9. David Shannon, Maize, 18:03; 10. Matt Perry, Sallna South, 16:04; 11. Ben Sommers, McPherson, 18:07; 12. Steve Waters, Salina South, 18:12; 13. Alex Kaufman, McPherson, 18:13; 14. Eric Johnson, Maize, 18:16; 15. Brian Lamia, Sallna South, 18:23. Other Sallna South Results Varsity 17. Trinity Muth, 18:32; 21. Cory Blrdsong 18:57. B-Team 2. Jamie Coleman, 19:18; 4. Eddie Benott, 19:25; 9. Chaz Wilson, 19:54; 10. Luke Scovllle, 19:59; 13. Trey Hernandez, 20:06; 14. Brandon Relnert, 20:24; 15. Dustln Blrdsong, 20:25; 16. Mike Temple, 20:26; 17. Derrick Bachman, 20:31; 21. Travis Lee, 21:10; 22. Vtlor Camelro, 21:26; 31. Rick School, 22:12; 32. Ben Walker, 22:13; 38. Jordan Pitts, 23:02. QIRLS Team Scores McPherson 25, Sallna South 53, Hutchlnson 91 .Buhler 93. Top 15 1. Brooke Smith, McPherson, 13:02.1; 2. Amy Ferrell, McPherson, 13:04; 3. Shelly Helnen, McPherson, 13:08; 4. Danielle Snyder, Mazle, 13:11; 5. Jaml Scovllle, Sallna South, 13:29; 6. Lindsay Sllsby, Maize, 13:36; 7. Ellssa Peterman, Hutchlnson, 13:38; 6. Tina Baxa, Sallna South, 13:39; 9. Lindsay Gingrich, McPherson, 13:43; 10. Lesa McCumber, Sallna South, 13:44; 11. Heidi Gler, Buhler, 13:48; 12. Ann Sherry, McPherson, 13:46; 13. Joy Ortlotf, McPheraon, 13:47; 14. Crystal Harper, McPherson, 13:48; 15. Amanda Pratt, Sallna South, 13:50. Other Sallna South Results Varsity 20. Amanda Lampe, 14:31; 25. Jenny Valdez, 14:48. B-Team 9. Jennifer Blckel, 15:EO; 38. Llndsey Rlech- ers, 16:17. Golf High school MANHATTAN INVITATIONAL Nine holes Team scores — Manhattan 78, 2. Shawnee Heights 196, Hutchlnson 198, Washbum Rural 209, Manhattan B 213, Emporia 215, Sallna Central 246. Medalists 1, Llndsey Hammerschmldt, Manhattan, 40; 2. Tonl Dillon, Manhattan, 42; 3. Beth Holden, Shawnee Heights, 43; 4. Jamie White, Washbum Rural, 47. Sallna Central scores Jordanne LaRue 57; Brand! Reddig 58; Lori Hoeffner 65; Cara Campion 66; Beka Klckaefler 66; Lacy Bowman 77 Sallna South scores Mona Sabo 62; Katie Parker 80 Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPtl Rorlda Tampa Bay New Jersey Philadelphia N.Y. Islanders N.Y. Rangers Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 GF GA 8 3 Hartford Montreal Ottawa Boston Pittsburgh Buffalo Northeast Division W L TPt* 1002 002 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 Chicago Dallas Toronto Phoenix St. Louis Detroit Edmonton San Jose .os Angeles Calgary Vancouver Anaheim Colorado 0 1 020 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPtl 2004 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pacific Division W L TPts 200 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 020 Sunday'i Games Florida 5, N.Y. Rangers 2 Chicago 4, St. Louis 1 Edmonton 2, Vancouver 0 Calgary 3, Buffalo 0 San Jose 7, Los Angeles 6 Monday's Games Phoenix 5, Boston 2 Philadelphia 3, New Jersey 1 Anaheim 6, Montreal 6, tla Tuesday's Games Pittsburgh at Hartford, 8 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Florida, 6:30 p.m Edmonton at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Washington at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. San Jose al Colorado, 8 p.m. 2 3 6 9 2 5 GF GA 1 0 9 9 3 3 6 9 3 4 3 7 GF GA 9 3 4 1 4 1 5 3 5 6 1 3 QF GA 6 3 9 8 7 7 4 3 3 3 7 10 3 8 COLLEGE FOOTBALL STANDINGS By The Associated Press Florida State Georgia Tech North Carolina Virginia Clemson North Carolina State Maryland Duke Wake Forest West Virginia Miami Syracuse Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Temple Boston College Rutgers Northern Arizona Montana E.Washington CS Northridge Idaho State Weber Suite Montana Stale Sacramento State Portland State Northwestern Ohio State Iowa Pann State Michigan Illinois Michigan Stale Purdue Minnesota Wisconsin Indiana Colorado Kansas Nebraska Iowa State Kansas Slate Missouri Texas Texas Tech Baylor Texas MM Oklahoma 2 24 89 2 67 87 ACC Conference W L PF PA 4 0 142 27 4 1 119 71 3 1 106 19 2 1 70 23 1 1 0 2 11 55 0 2 29 92 0 4 33 138 Big East Conference W L PF PA 2 0 68 17 2 0 78 0 2 0 94 21 2 1 96 73 1 2 53 131 0 1 52 53 0 2 24 79 0 3 14 105 Big Sky Conference W L PF PA 3 0 129 83 1 0 35 17 All Games W L PF PA 4 0 142 27 4 1 119 71 4 1 133 29 4 1 162 57 2 3 67 130 1 3 88 129 2 3 80 89 0 5 86 229 2 4 80 176 W 6 4 0 2 2 3 1 2 4 1 4 2 1 All Games L PF PA 0 145 41 160 13 137 83 1 117 91 4 140 259 4 130 176 3 105 158 4 58 143 1 1 1 64 42 60 46 1 1 57 31 1 1 67 79 1 1 30 33 0 2 31 79 0 3 45 108 Big 10 Conference W L PF PA 0 52 33 0 38 7 0 37 30 30 58 36 25 54 63 82 51 44 79 All Games L PF PA 1 280 145 0 157 44 1 129 70 2 176 134 2 153 101 2 157 133 2 74 64 3 61 136 4 92 148 All Games L PF PA 81 30 W 4 1 145 4 0 209 1 116 1 168 1 114 61 27 30 20 23 2 60 81 3 5 4 2 3 95 166 2 3 163 136 2 3 92 155 3 1 118 89 3 1 110 43 2 3 121 104 Big Twelve North Conference W L PF PA 10 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 24 52 24 0 39 3 0 45 31 1 24 53 41 85 South 0 111 24 1 9C 48 1 24 45 1 10 24 1 24 62 W 3 3 3 2 4 2 3 3 3 2 0 All Games L PF PA 1 122 83 1 181 1 159 96 1 45 2 138 133 1 152 63 3 122 154 2 189 SS 2 160 83 1 104 84 3 187 107 4 86 154 Oklahoma State Nevada Idaho North Texas Utah State Boise State New Mexico State Memphis Southern Mississippi Tulane Houston Louisville Cincinnati Southwest Missouri Indiana State Southern Illinois Northern Iowa Western Illinois Illinois State Columbia Dartmouth Cornell Yale Penn Harvard Princeton Brown Duquesne Georgetown, D.C. Canlslus St. Peter's St. John's, NY Marist lona Siena Falrfleld Toledo Ohio U. 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A spokesman for the Robert Yates Racing team said Irvan had no other injuries except a concussion, although he did continue to have aching muscles throughout his body on Monday. Irvan, 37, was injured in a three--car accident during Sunday's UAW-GM Quality 500 NASCAR Winston Cup event. Track medical personnel said Irvan was unconscious for about four minutes after the incident in which his spinning car was hit by two other cars. Baseball Hal McRae, fired by the Royals after the 1994 season, is back in the managerial hunt, McRae is expected to be interviewed this week for the vacant Philadelphia Phillies job. He's also reported to be on the the Boston Red Sox's list of candidates. McRae, from his Bradenton, Fla., home, said Monday afternoon that he'd not yet heard from any clubs. However, Phillies General Manager Lee Thomas said he'd received permission from the Cincinnati Reds to talk to McRae. SEATTLE — Shortstop Alex Rodriguez of the Seattle Mariners was named player of the year by The Sporting News on Monday, Rodriguez, 21, hit .358 and was the third-youngest player to ever win the American League batting title. He had 36 home runs and drove in 123 runs.General manager Doug Melvin, the architect behind the first division title in Texas Rangers history, was named major league executive of the year by The Sporting News. Texas' Johnny Gates was the publication's pick for AL manager of the year and shortstop Kevin Elster was chosen the league's comeback player of the year, Each winner was picked by his peers. Bruce Bochy, who guided the San Diego Padres to their first playoff berth in 12 years, was named NL manager of the year by The Sporting News on Monday. Reliever Trevor Hoffman was the publication's pick as NL Fireman of the Year. Third baseman Ken Caminiti was named to the magazine's NL All-Star team and was fourth in the major league player of the year balloting. CHICAGO — After a career-year with the bat, Mark Grace agreed Monday to return to the Chicago Cubs for at least two more seasons, with a club option for 1999. Terms of the pact were not disclosed. Grace, a two-time All-Star and three- time Gold Glove first baseman, finished in the NL's top 10 in hitting this year for the seventh time in his nine major league seasons, all with the Cubs. Grace, 32, batted a career-high .331 — fifth-highest in the league — with 39 doubles, nine homers and 75 RBIs. Cycling SAN FRANCISCO — Andy Hampsten, one of the world's top cyclists, retired Monday. Hampsten, 34, won the 1988 Tour of Italy, joining three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond as the only U.S. cyclists to win any of the sport's major European tours. "After 12 very rewarding years as a pro, it's time now to concentrate full-time on a lifetime contract with my family," Hampsten said in a statement released simultaneously from his U.S. Postal Service team's headquarters and from Hampsten's home in Italy. Hampsten turned pro in 1985 and spent 10 full-time seasons on the European circuit. He rarely competed in his native country until this season when he rode in the Tour DuPont, the US- Pro Championships in Philadelphia and the U.S. Olympic trials series. A two-time winner of the Tour of Switzerland, Hampsten finished as high as fourth overall in the Tour de France when he rode as a teammate of stars Bernard Hinault of France and LeMond. Football DALLAS — Texas Tech running back Byron Hanspard's school-record 287-yard rushing performance against Baylor was more than enough to make him this week's Big 12 offensive player of the week. The junior scored two touchdowns as the Red Raiders downed the previously unbeaten Bears 45-24 in Tech's homecoming game. He has six 200-yards-plus rushing performances in his last seven games. On the other side of the line, Nebraska linebacker Terrell Farley was named Big 12 defensive player of the week as he spearheaded a Cornhuskers defense that helped shut down host Kansas State 39-3. The senior logged five tackles and a sack as Nebraska held the 12th- ranked Wildcats to 25 yards rushing. Farley also broke up one pass, hurried the quarterback three times and tackled Kansas State punter Chad Romano for an 11-yard loss. General OLYMPIA, Wash. — Demonstrators tried to disrupt a golf tournament as a way to protest what they said were unethical labor practices overseas by Nike Inc. About 50 protesters gathered Sunday outside Indian Summer Golf & Country Club, site of the $200,000 Nike Olympia Open. "We're just trying to raise consciousness," said Pat Tassoni, a spokesman for the Olympia Movement for Justice and Peace. Nike, an athletic shoe and apparel manufacturer based in Beaverton, Ore., has been the object of protests by activists who contend it pays laborers as little as $1.25 a day in overseas sweatshops. "I can't believe there are no laws against this," said Wayne Berry, the Nike Tour tournament director. Nike gives $100,000 to the tournament. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 913-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9367 Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays olflce/flshlng report) 913-628-8614 Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Sallna Parks & Recreation otllce 913-826-7434 Sallna Parks & Recreation Information 813-826-7464 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1160-AM) 800^608-1160 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (race results) 913-229-3636 University of Kansas ticket office 913-864-3141 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-765-4000 Wichita Stats University ticket office 316-ae9-3266 m ;Mmin*> CAUL SCjETinT and punch In 6000 for local scores -'•—"'-

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