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C2 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 7 p.m. — Major Laague Baseball, American League Championship Series. NY Yankees at Baltimore, NBC, cable 3,13. BOXING 8 p.m. — Boning. Johmy Tapla vs. Sammy Stewart. ESPN, cable 38. QOLF 3 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf, The Transamerica, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 7:30 p.m. — NHL Hockey, Colorado at Chicago, PRIME, cable 37. RADIO FOOTBALL 6:05 p.m. — NFL Football. NFL Preview, KSAL, 1150-AM. 6:20 p.m. — NAIA Football, Bethany Update, KSAL, 1150-AM. 8:25 p.m. — NAIA Football, Kansas Wea- leyan Update, KSAL, 1150-AM. 6:30 p.m. — High School Football, Inside High School Football, KSAL, 1150-AM. 7:10 p.m. — High School Football, Countdown to Ktekofl, KSAJ, 98.5-FM. 7:30 p.m. — High School Football, Salina South at Junction City, KSAL, 1150-AM. 7:30 p.m. — High School Football. Marysville at Abilene, KSAJ, 98.5-FM. 10:30 p.m. — High School Football, Scoreboard Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. GENERAL 5:30 p.m. — Coore Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. Baseball MLB playoffs LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE Wednesday's result New York 5, Baltimore 4,11 innings Thursday's result Baltimore 5, New York 3, series tied 1-1 Friday's game New York (Key 12-11) at Baltimore (Mussina 19-11 ),7:07 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 New York (Rogers 12-8) at Baltimore (Cop- plnger 10-6), 6:37 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 New York at Baltimore, 3:07 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15 Baltimore at New Yoifc, 7:07 p.m., It necessary Wednesday, Oct. 16 Baltimore at New York, 7:07 p.m., If necessary NATIONAL LEAGUE Wednesday's result Atlanta 4, St. Louis 2 Thursday's result St. Louis 8, Atlanta 3, series tied 1-1 Saturday, Oct. 12 Atlanta (Glavine 15-10) at St. Louis (Osbome 13-9), 3:15 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 Atlanta at St. Louis, 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14 Atlanta at St. Louis, 6:09 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16 St. Louis at Atlanta, 3:15 p.m., if necessary Thursday, Oct. 17 St. Louis at Atlanta, 7:11 p.m.. If necessary American League ORIOLES 5, YANKEES 3 BALTIMORE NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl ByAdsncf 4210 DJeterss 5120 Zeile 3b 4122 Raines It 4110 RAImr 2b 4121 BeWms cf 3021 RPmrolb 4112 Fielder dh 5011 Bonilla rf 4000 TMrtnz 1b 4000 Trsco rf 0000 Duncan 2b 4010 CRpken ss 5020 O'Neill rf 2010 Murray dh 4010 Leyritzrf 1000 Surtiotf If 4010 Hayes 3b 4010 Dvraux If 0000 Girardl c 4120 Holies c 3000 Totals 36 510 5 Totals 36 311 2 Baltimore 002 000 210-5 New York 200 000 100—3 E—Duncan (1). DP—Baltimore 2. New York 1. LOB—Baltimore 10, New York 11. 2B—RAlo- mar(1), Duncan (1). 3B—Glrardi (1). HR—Zeile (1), RPalmeiro (2). SF—RAIomar. IP H RER BB SO Baltimore DWells W.1-0 62-3 8 3 3 3 6 Mills 0 10000 Orosco 11-31 0 0 0 1 RMyers 1-31001 1 BenitezS.1 2-300000 New York Cone 6 52255 JNelson L.0-1 11-35 3 3 0 1 Uoyd 11-30 0 0 0 1 Weathers 1-300000 Mills pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. HBP—by DWells CTiMartinez). WP—Cone. Umpires—Home, Scott First, Rellly; Second, Morrison; Third, Roe; Lett, Garcia; Right, Barnett. T—4:13. A—56,432 (57,545). National League CARDINALS 8, BRAVES 3 ST. LOUIS ATLANTA abrhbl abrhb Clayton ss 4220 Grssom d 5222 Lnkfrd cf 3101 Lemke 2b 3010 Gam II 5131 Cpjnes3b 4000 BJrdn rt 4121 Avery p 0000 Gaettl3b 5114 McGrtMb 3000 Mabry 1b 4010 Klesko If 401 Pgnozzic 4010 Dye rf 4000 Gallego2b 4110 EdPrezc 1000 Sttlmyrp 2000 Pndltonph 1000 Sweney ph 0100 JLopez c 1010 Ptkvsk p 0000 Blauser ss 4100 DYung ph t 0 0 0 GMddx p 2000 Hnyclt p 0000 McMcl p 0000 Eckrsty p 0000 Polonla ph 1000 Neagle p 0000 Mrdcal 3b 1000 Total* 36 811 7 Total! 34 3 5 3 St. Louis 102 000 500—8 Atlanta 002 001 000—3 E—Clayton (1), Callage- (1), Grissom (1; CpJones (1). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—St. Louis 6 Atlanta 7.2B—Gant (1), BJordan (1), Pagnozz (1). HR—Gaettl (1), Grissom (1). SB—Claytoi (1), Grissom (1). S—Sweeney. SF—Lanklocd. IP H RER BB SO SL Louli SttlmyrW,1-0 6 43338 Petkovsek 1 00000 Honeycutt 2-30000 Eckersley 11-31 0 0 0 Atlanta GMaddux L.0-1 62-3 9 8 3 2 3 McMichael 1-31 0 0 0 Neagle 1 0000 Football very 1 10011 WP—GMaddux. Umpires—Home, Hlrschbeck, M.. First, Davidon; Second. West; Third. Crawford; Lett. Montague; Right, Rungo. T—2:53. A—52,067 (52.710). NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pel, PF PA Buffalo 4 1 0 .800 72 74 ndianapolis 4 1 0 .800 89 66 Miami 3 2 0 .600 119 79 New England 3 2 0 .600 125 104 NY Jets 0 6 0 .000 75 166 Central Pittsburgh 4 1 0 .800 11) 70 Houston 3 2 0 .600 128 117 Baltimore 2 3 0 .400 )04 130 Jacksonville 2 4 0 .333 116 119 Cincinnati 1 4 0 .200 97 112 West Denver 5 1 0 .833 144 93 KansasCity 420 .667 117 92 San Diego 420 .667 145 144 Oakland 2 4 0 .333 119 113 Seattle Z 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 NY Giants 2 3 0 .400 58 97 Central Green Bay 510 .833 204 72 Minnesota 5 1 0 .833 114 92 Detroit 420 .667 141 87 Chicago 2 4 0 .333 60 125 Tampa Bay 0 5 0 .000 45 126 West 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 Arizona at Dallas, Noon Chicago at New Orleans, Noon Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, Noon Houston at Atlanta, Noon Miami at Buffalo, Noon Minnesota at 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's game San Francisco at Green Bay, 6 p.m. College score SOUTH Southern Mississippi 28, East Carolina 7 Junior high ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 16 JUNCTION CITY 6 Roosevelt-Lincoln 8 0 0 8-16 Junction City 0600-6 Roosevelt-Lincoln - Smith 2 run; Campion 1 run. PAT - Leahew pass from Campion; Smith nm. Junction City - Scoring not available. SALINA SOUTH 20, McPHERSON 14 Sallna South 0 0 6 14 - 20 McPherson 6 0 0 8-14 Salina South (4-0) - Kestler (2) 47, 73 runs; McGrew 4 run. PAT - Kestler pass from Mc- Gretv. McPherson - Ryerson (2) 7 run, 60 punt re- urn. PAT- Ryerson run. SACRED HEART 38, ELL-SALINE 0 Sacred Heart 616 8 8-38 Ell-Saline 0000-0 Sacred Heart - Hamilton (3) 47, 65 runs, 83 lunt return; Campbell 43 run; Sfieahon 5 run. "AT - Sheahon run; Hamilton run; Frank pass rom Sheahon; Pedant pass from Sheahon. Basketball NBA exhibition Thursday's results Minnesota 96, Milwaukee 90 Utah at Vancouver, (n) Denver vs. LA Lakers at Honolulu, (n) NAIA II women TULSA, Okla. (AP)—The top 25 teams In the NAIA Division II women's preseason basketball poll with first-place voles In parentheses, 19951996 season records, total points and 19951996 season rankings: Record Pts Pvs 1. Western Oregon (16) 31-4565 1 2. Doane, Neb. (3) 31- 7 561 2 3. Evangel, Mo. (1) 31- 5 510 4 4. Shawnee State, Ohio (2) 31- 4 4»7 5 5. SI, Ambrose, Iowa (1) 30- 6 450 7 6. Black Hills State, S.D. 24- 7 429 12 7.Trt-StaIe,lnd, (1) 20-12 419 — 8. Brescia, Ky. 27- 4 346 8 9. Briar CM, Iowa 23-11 333 — 10. Bethany 26- 5 320 16 H.NWNazarene, Idaho 17-10315 9 12. Findlay, Ohio 25- 8 272 13 13. Tennessee Wesleyan 23-7230 — 14. Cardinal Slritch, Wis. 20- 8 223 18 15. Willamette, Ore. 19- 8 169 14 16. Sterling 28- 1 158 6 17. Many, N.D. 18-10 149 — 18. St. Thomas Aquinas, N.Y. 25-6144 15 19. Taylor, )nd. 24- 9 143 — 20. South Dakota Tech 19-11 131 19 21. George Fox, Ore. 15-10 126 — 22. Spring Arbor, Mich. 26-9116 21 23. Mount Mercy, Ind. 22-9112 25 24. Holy Family, Penn. 25- 8 107 — 25. Ozarte, Mo. 18-10 87 — Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts GFGA Florida, 201594 Philadelphia 2 1 .0 4 9 8 Tampa. Bay 100243 New Jersey 110244 NY Islanders 012256 NY Rangers 022 2 8 12 Washington 020 0 5 10 Today's schedule ' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 FOOTBALL Solomon at SJ Military, 7 p.m. Manhattan at Salina Central, 7:30 p.m. Salina South at Junction City, 7:30 p.m. Hertngton at Sacred Heart, 7:30 p.m. SE Saline at Concondia. 7:30 p.m. Sedgwlck at Ell-Saline, 7:30 p.m. Northeast Division W L T Pt» GFGA Hartford 200463 Montreal 102 4 15 12 Buffalo 120258 Ottawa 002266 Boston 011169 Pittsburgh 020 0 6 11 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pti GFGA Dallas 300 6 It 5 Chicago 210495 St. Louis 210487 Detroit 110233 'hoenlx 110253 'oronto 110265 Pacific Division W L T Pt« GFGA Edmonton 310 6 10 7 Anaheim 111 3 9 10 San Jose 1 1 '1 3 9 14 lalgary 120256 Colorado 120298 Vancouver 120245 Los Angeles 130 2 14 18 Wednesday's results NY Islanders 3, Ottawa 3, lie Montreal 6, Los Angeles 3 Detroit 2, Edmonton 0 Anaheim 2, Chicago 0 St. Louis 3, Calgary 1 Buffalo 2, Vancouver 1 Thursday's results Dallas 2, N.Y. Rangers 1 Philadelphia 5, Los Angeles 4 (ol) Anaheim at Colorado, (n) San Jose at Phoenix, (n) Friday's games Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Calgary at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Colorado at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. St. Louis at Edmonton, 8:30 p.m. Golf PGA scores SAW ANTONIO (AP) — Scores Thursday from the fits! round ol the $1.2 million Texas Open, played on the 6,899-yards, par 36-36—72 La- ;antera Golf Club. John Huston 31-35-66 Mike Heinen ' 34-32-66 David Frost 36-31—67 Hugh Royer 32-35—67 John Morse 34-34—68 Mark Calcavecchia 34-34—68 Kelly Gibson 35-33—68 Woody Austin 32-36—68 Mike Hulbert 33-35-68 Jonnie Hammond 35-34—69 Tray Tyner 33-36—69 Brian Claar 32-37—69 Tiger Woods 34-35—69 J.L. Lewis 35-34—69 Jay Haas 35-35—70 Larry Mize 36-34—70 Dicky Pride 36-34—70 Corey Pavin 34-36—70 Andy Bean 34-36—70 Bob Gilder 33-37—70 David Berganlo 35-35—70 Scon Dunlap 35-35—70 <eith Fergus 34-36—70 Sam Randolph 36-34—70 David Ogrin 37-33—70 edTryba 34-36—70 Mike Springer 38-32—70 'im Herron 33-37—70 Bob Tway • 33-37—70 Brian Kamm 34-36—70 Bobby Wadkins 35-35—70 Mike Brisky 35-35—70 Steve Rintoul 32-38—70 'om Byrum 37-34—71 Greg Kralt 35-36—71 Larry Rinker 34-37—71 D.A. Weibring 35-36—71 Ship Beck 35-36—71 Steve Lowery 36-35—71 Justin Leonard 35-36—71 Tommy Armour III 36-35—71 John Mahattey 35-36—71 Brad Fabel 36-35—71 Russ Cochran 35-36—71 Jim McGovem 35-36—71 Craig Parry 35-36—71 Olin Browne 34-37—71 Tony Sills 37-34—71 Chris Perry 35-37—72 Rex Caldwell 35-37—72 Scon Simpson 36-36—72 Mike Sullivan 36-36—72 Blalne McCallister 36-36—72 Rocco Mediate 35-37—72 Billy Andrade 34-38—72 Billy Ray Brown 37-35—72 John Elliott 37-35—72' Taylor Smith 36-36—72 Scott Medlln 37-35—72 Shane Bertsch 36-36—72 Dan Pohl 36-36—72 Brian Hennlnger 38-34—72 Lee Rinker 37-35—72 Kyle Coody 38-34—72 Joey Snyder 33-39—72 Jim Carter 37-36—73 Ken Green 37-36—73 Lee Janzen 37-36—73 David Edwards 34-39—73 Omar Urestl 37-36—73 Keith Clearwater 38-35—73 Gary Hallberg 38-35—73 David Peoples 38-35—73 Mike Donald 35-38—73 LenMattiace 36-37—73 Carl Paulson 35-38—73 Allen Doyle 37-36—73 Brad Bryant 34-39—73 John Daly 37-36—73 Marie Camevale 37-36—73 Ron Whittaker 37-36—73 Jos Daley 37-36—73 Jay Delsing 37-37—74 Stuart Appleby 38-36—74 Don Pooley 38-36—74 John Adams 38-36—74 Alan Bratton 37-37—74 Charlie Rymer 38-36—74 Tim Simpson 37-37—74 Jetl Maggert 38-36—74 Scott McCarron 38-36—74 Billy Maylair 39-35—74 John Wilson 36-38—74 Dave Barr 38-36—74 Joey Slndelar 38-36—74 Robert Gamez 35-39—74 Franklin Langham 37-37—74 Joey Gullion 38-36—74 Srandel Chamblee 42-33—75 .ennle Clements 39-36—75 Danny Edwards 39-38—75 Barry Jaeckel 37-38—75 Andrew Magee 37-38—75 Bob Lohr 36-39—75 Denis Watson 37-38—75 Robin Freeman 36-39—75 Peter Persons 37-38—75 Anthony Rodriguez 37-38—75 Frank Ltekliter 35-40—75 Rusty Brown 37-38—75 Mark Wiebe 36-39—75 Jack Renner 37-38—75 Phil Blackmar 35-40^75 Mike Swartz 37-38—75 Chris Smith 38-37—75 John Maglnnes 34-41—75 Jeff Julian 37-38—75 Brian Tennyson 37-39—76 Bob Estes 37-39—76 Dillard Pruitt 36-40—76 Tom Scherrer 39-37—78 Kevin Sutherland 40-36—76 Mark Brooks 39-37—76 Duffy Waldorf 37-39—76 Dave Stockton 37-39—76 Lucas Parsons 37-39—76 Steve Jurgensen 38-38—76 Willie Wood 37-40—77 Bruce Fleisher 41-36—77 Doug Martin 38-39—77 Bryan Gorman 41-36—77 a-Vlctor Schwankrug 37-40—77 Pete Jordan 39-38—77 Emlyn Aubrey 39-38—77 Bart Bryant 40-37—77 Dan Forsman 39-39—78 Tom Sieckmann 37-41—78 Mike Standly 36-12—78 Robert Wrenn 39-39—78 John Inman 40-39—79 Gary Rusnak 40-39—79 Bill Britton 38-42—80 Rik Massengale 44-36—80 Steve Parker 43-37—80 Jeff Gallagher 37-43-60 Alexander Cejka 38-43-61 Ron Streck 38-47—65 Mac O'Grady 42-43-85 Matt Swanson 42-43—85 Elroy Marti 41-49—90 LPGA scores KUTZTOWN, Pa. (AP)—Scores Thursday after the first round of the $600,000 CoreStates Betsy King LPGA Classic, played on the 6,075- yards, par 35-37—72 Berkleigh Country Club: Annlka Sorenstam 34-32—66 Julie Piers 35-33-68 Cindy Schreyer ' 33-36—69 Laura Davies 33-36—69 Kim Williams 34-36—70 Caroline Pierce 34-36—70 Llselotte Neumann 34-36—70 Meg Mallon 34-36—70 Juli Inkster 34-36—70 Dale Eggellng 34-36—70 Kim Salkl 32-38—70 Maggie Will 33-38-71 Missle McGeorge 35-36—71 Tina Barrett 36-35—71 Lela Llndley 34-37—71 Stefanla Croce ' 34-37—71 Barb Whitehead 35-37—72 Jan Stephenson 36-36—72 Pattl LJscio 37-35—72 Jenny Lidback 34-38—72 Judy Dickinson 36-36—72 Karen Davies 36-36—72 Donna Andrews 35-37—72 Kristi Albers 36-36—72 Catriona Matthew 35-37—72 Wendy Doolan 35-37—72 Kris Tschetter 37-36—73 Dottle Pepper 35-38—73 Melissa McNamara 37-36—73 Mltzi Edge 35-38—73 Beth Daniel 35-38—73 Dawn Coe-Jones 35-38—73 Brandie Burton 34-39—73 Wendy Ward 36-37—73 Margaret Platt 35-36—73 Joan Pitcock 37-37—74 Alison Munt 35-39—74 Alice Miller 38-36—74 Tracy Kerdyk 36-38—74 Nancy Harvey 35-39—74 Ellie Gibson 36-38—74 Jane Geddes 39-35—74 Allison Finney 35-39—74 Elaine Crosby 35-39^-74 Jean Zedlitz 35-39—74 Susan Veasey 37-37—74 Suzanne Strudwlck 36-38—74 Kelly Robblns 37-37—74 Mlchele Redman 36-38—74 Karen Noble 36-38—74 Alison Nicholas 36-38—74 Kelly Leadbetter 35-39—74 Mayumi Hlrase 37-37—74 Kate Golden 35-39—74 Amy Frahwirth 36-38—74 Eva Dahllol 37-37—74 Laurie Brower 34-40—74 Luclana Bemvenutl 36-36—74 Tania Abitbol 34-40—74 Deb Richard 36-39—75 Jennifer Wyatt 37-38—75 Christa Teno 38-37—75 Laurie Rinker-Graham 37-38—75 Susie Redman 38-37—75 Amy Read 37-38—75 Kathy Posttewait 37-38—75 Barb Mucha 37-38—75 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 36-39—75 Penny Hammel 36-39—75 Michelle Dobek 36-39—75 Barb Bunkowsky Scherbak 38-37—75 Pat Bradley 37-38—75 Amy Alcott 37-38—75 Laurel Kean 37-38—75 Leigh Ann Mills 36-39—75 Kathryn Marshall 38-37—75 Molra Dunn 37-38—75 Kim Cathrein • 38-37—75 Kris Monaghan 39-37—76 Laura Baugh 37-39—76 Chris Johnson 40-36—76 Shelley Hamlln 35-41—76 Cathy Gerring 39-37—76 Shirley Furlong 38-38—76 Vlcki Fergon 35-41—76 Jane Crafter 37-39—78 Nanci Bowen 36-40—76 AmyBenz ' 37-39—76 Anna Acker-Macosko 38-38—76 DinaAmmaccapane 37-39—76 Sherri Turner 38-39—77 Val Skinner 38-39—77 Alice Ritzman 37-40—77 Anne Marie Palli 40-37—77 Stephanie Maynot 38-39—77 Cindy Flgg Currier 38-39—77 Kim Bauer 37-40—77 Janet Anderson 35-42—77 Lotle Kane 37-40—77 Denlse Kllleen 39-38—77 Carin H| Koch 37-40—77 Cindy Haley 39-38—77 VtoW Goetze 38-39—77 Pamela Wright 36-42—76 Lenore Rlttenhouse 37-41—78 Cindy Rartck 37-41—78 Martha Nause 38-40—78 Sue Thomas 38-40—78 'atty Jordan 37-41—78 Kathy Guadagnlno 33-39—78 Gall Graham 40-38—78 Noelle Daghe 38-40—78 Cathy Mockett 39-39—78 Nicole Jeray 38-40—78 Suzy Green 37-41—78 Betsy King 40-39—79 Robin Hood 38-41—79 Stephanie Farwlg 38-41—79 Missle Berteottl 37-42—79 Sharon Barrett 40-39—79 Jody Anschutz 40-39—79 Karen Weiss 40-39—79 Leslie Spalding 39-40—79 Tlsh Certo 40-39—79 MardUunn 3841—79 Renee Helken 40-39—79 Nancy Taylor 39-41—80 Robin Walton 40-40-80 Nina Foust 39-41—SO Marta Flgueras-Dotti 38-42-80 Gloria Ehret 39-41—80 LaRee Peart Sugg 4040-60 Karen Lunn 36-44—80 Liz Eartey 37-43—80 Helen Dobson 38-42—80 Pattl Berendt 40-40—60 Kim Shlpman 39-42—81 Lisa Kiggens 38-43—81 Jetilyn Britz 38-44—82 Kristal Parker-Gregory 41-41—62 Alicia Dlbos 41-41—82 ShanlWaugh 41-41—82 Volleyball College results AT WICHITA Friends del. Bethel, 15-4,15-13,12-15,10-15, 15-13 AT LINDSBORG Bethany del. Kansas Western, 8-15, 13-15, 15-11,15-13,16-14. Junior vanity - Kansas Weslsyan del. Bethany, 12-15,15-7,15-13 High school AT MANHATTAN Manhattan del. Sallna South, 15-6,16-14 Hays del. Sallna South, 15-10,15-6 Wamegodel. Sallna South, 16-14,15-12 Wamego del. Hays, 15-4,153 Manhattan del. Wamego, 15-13,15-4 AT BARTLEY, NEB. Twin Valley, Neb. del. Hemdon, 7-15, 15-8, 15-2 Southern Valley, Neb. del. Hemdon, 15-12, 11-15,15-9 AT CLAY CENTER Concordia del. Clay Center, 13-15,16-14,1511 Concordia del, Clay Center, 15-13,15-1 Junior high AT SALINA A team - Sallna South del Hulchlnson Liberty, 15-2,15-5; Manhattan Anthony del. Sallna South, 15-13,15-6; Sallna South del. Concordia, 13-15, 15-10, 15-11; Roosevelt-Lincoln del. Junction City, 15-9,15-5 B team - Salina South del. Hulchlnson Liberty, 15-6,15-7; Salina South del, Manhattan Anthony, 15-7,15-8; Roosevelt-Lincoln del. Junction City, 15-9,15-3 C team - Roosevelt-Lincoln del. Junction City, 15-3,15-0 AT BROOKVILLE A taam - Sacred Heart del. Ell-Saline, 6-15, 15-10,15-1 B team - Sacred Heart del. Ell-Saline, 15-0, 15-9 C team - Sacred Heart del. Ell-Saline, 15-1, 15-1 Soccer MLS playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-3) TAMPA BAY vs. D.C. Thursday's result D.C. 4, Tampa Bay 1, D.C. leads series 1-0 Saturday, Oct. 12 D.C. at Tampa Bay, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16 D.C. at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. (if necessary) KANSAS CITY vs. LOS ANGELES Thursday's result Kansas City at Los Angeles, (n) Sunday, Oct. 13 Los Angeles at Kansas City, Noon Thursday, Oct. 17 Kansas City at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. (If necessary) MLS CUP At Foxboro Stadium Foxboro, Mass. Sunday, Oct. 20 Semlfi nal winners, 2:30 p.m. College men BETHANY 2, TABOR 1 < Bethany 011-2 Tabor 010-1 Scoring Second half - B: Taylor (Schmelser), 49lh. T: Friesen (Barton), 71st. Overtime - B: Schmelser (Taylor), 93rd. Shots on goal - B 9, T 3. Saves-B 2, T8. KANSAS WESLEYAN 6 MCPHERSON o Kansas Wesleyan 33-6 McPherson 00-0 Scoring Flrrt hall - KW: Dlbblnl (J.Ranleri), 27th; Dlb- binl (Chanev, Humphrey), 31sl; Calvo (Chaney), 34th. Second half - KW: Came (PK), 57lh; Chaney (Dibbinl), 64lh; T.Ranlerl (Sloner), 69th. Shots on goal - KW 19, M 9. Saves - KW 4, M 6. College women KANSAS WESLEYAN 2 MCPHERSON o Kansas Wesleyan 20-2 McPherson 00-0 Scoring Flnrt hall - KW: Robinson (unassisted). 15th; Robinson (Mandno). 40th. Sho1aongoal-KW10,M6. Savei - KW 6, M 3. Cross country High school HOISINQTON INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Ellsworth 68, Pratt 78, St. John 88, Holsington 91; TMP-Marian 163, Lamed 167, Ellis 176, Qoodland 188, Nickerson 229, Hutchlnson-Trin- lly 263, Lyons 263, Sterling 265. Top 10 medalists 1. Dunlz, SJ, 16:18; 2. Cody Smith, Ellsw, 16:21; 3. Alberg, P, 16:41; 4. Hill, Ellis, 16:44r5. Cassldy Smith, Ellsw, 16:53; 6. Orozco, Ellsw. 17:01; 7. Tedtord, G, 17:03; 8. Weber, H, 17:07; 9. Bollig, TMP, 17:07; 10. Dlxon, SJ, 17:13. GIRLS Team scores TMP-Marian 57, Lyons 80, Holslngton 94, Pratt 94, SI. John 97, Ellsworth 111, Ellinwood 210, Nickerson 213, Goodland 274, Ellis 332. Top 10 medalists 1. Vanek, TMP, 12:37; 2. Higglns, Ly, 12:39; 3. Osbum, La, 12:39; 4. Phillips, H, 12:47; 5. Bierry, Central Christian, 12:55; 6. Bryant, Ellin, 12:58; 7. Schmidt, TMP, 13:00; 8. Kuhn, P, 13:01; 9. Bailey, SJ, 13:01; 10. Kuhn, Ly, 13:04. Tennis College results FORT HAYS STATE 9, TABOR 0 Singles No. 1 - Roberts, FH, del. Rlggenbach, 8-6; No. 2 - Moore, FH, won by forfeit; No. 3 Rower, FH, del. Selbel, 6-5; No. 4 - Horan, FH, del. Unruh, 8-2; No. 5 - Olsen, FH. del, Boldt, 80; No. 6 - Gottschalk, FH, del. Unruh, 8-1. Doubles No. 1 - Roberts-Flower, FH, won by forfeit; No. 2 - Moore-Horan, FH, del. Rlggenbach- Seibel, 8-6; No. 3 - Olson-Bailey. FH, del. Un- iuh-Bolcft,8-1. Recreation SPR scores MEN'S SLOWPITCH League 3 - Tony's 20-14, Cabinets, etc. 1816; Fall Guys 23-6, Lorenson Industries/Brian's Paint Shop 9-13; Kansas Cellular/Klnnet 10-13, Bennlngton State Bank 9-14. League 4 - GPRD #2 13-19, Tony's 3-9; Domlnos Pizza Hammerheads 14-11, Philips Lighting 13-14; GPRD *211, Philips Lighting 1. League 5 - Loose Cannons 16-20, Why Not? 12-4; Pronto Print 11-5, Commercial Signs 8-11; Midwest Kenworth 14-14, Exlde Lead Bats 3-13. League 6 - GPRD #1 11-20, AMBUCS 5-2; Waldo's Warriors 18-26, Bench Warmers 0-16. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Announced the contracts 61 Dave Oliver, third-base coach, and Dava Cariucol, bullpen catcher, will not be renewed. Announced the resignation of Frank White, first-base coach. National League HOUSTON ASTROS—Named Bill Virdon bench coach. LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Signed Bill Russell, manager, to a two-year contract. Named Mike Scioscla bench coach. Claimed INF Tripp Craw otl waivers from the St. Louis Cardinals. Assigned INF Oreste Marrero to Albuquerque of thePCL. NEW YORK METS—Promoted Carmen Fusco from major league scout to special assistant to the general manager. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association LOS ANGELES CUPPERS—Signed C Kevin Duckworth. PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS—Walved C Jimmy Carruth. Continental Basketball Association FLORIDA BEACHDOGS—Signed G Terrance. Gibson, C Todd Llndeman, C Donzel Rush, and F Tracey Ware. OKLAHOMA CITY CAVALRY-Slgned G Randy Rutherford. QUAD CITY THUNDER—Signed F David Robinson and C Barry Sumpter. ROCKFORD LIGHTNING-Slgned C Bryant Bowden. YAKIMA SUN KINGS—Sigedn G Tony Madison. FOOTBALL National Football League NFL—Fined Chicago Bears LB Bryan Cox $87,500, the equivalent of one game's pay, for his on-Held misconduct In a game against Green Bay on Oct. 6. Canadian Football League SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS-Acli- valed OT Pete Shorts and placed him on the practice roster. Released OL Oman Mangrum Irom the practice roster. HOCKEY National Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS—Signed F Keith Primeau to a multlyear contract. NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Agreed to terms with C Travis Green on a one-year contract. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS—Recalled G Dominic Roussei from Philadelphia of the AHL. Signed Q Brian Boucher. American Hockey League BALTIMORE BANDITS—Released LW Lome Toewa. East Coast Hockey League WHEELING NAILERS—Waived F Teemu Numminen. West Coast Hockey League ANCHORAGE ACES-Signed F Dean Larson, F Keith Street, D Dean Trboyvlch and D Hayden O'Rear. COLLEGE EASTERN COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Announced the addition ol Carnegie Mellon and Swarthmore to the conference. MARY WASHINGTON—Named Rod Wood men's Interim basketball coach. RUTGERS—Announced QB Corey Valentine has let! the program. TEXAS CHRISTIAN-Suspended DT Gaylon Hyder, OB Kevin Colon, QB Derek Canlna and QB Jeff Dover indefinitely for violation of team policy. VIRGINIA TECH-Announced WR Walter Ford has been dismissed from the football team after being charged with shoplifting. Here are the weekly football game predictions from the Salina Journal sports staff and Salina KSAL (1150-AM) sports director Bruce Steinbrock. SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS STAFF KSAL BECHARD DAVIDSON GREEN HOSTETTER MORITZ PALENSKE STEINBROCK Texas Tech at Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Texas Tech Kansas State at Missouri Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Florida State at Miami, Fla. Florida State Florida State Florida State Florida State Florida State Miami Florida State Arizona State at UCLA Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State UCLA Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Washington at Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Oklahoma vs. Texas at Dallas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas A&M at Iowa State Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Minnesota at Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern LSU at Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Arizona at Southern Cal Southern Cal Southern Cal Southern Cal Southern Cal Southern Cal Southern Cat Southern Cal Last week 6-4 (.600) 5-5 (.500) 6-4 (.600) 6-4 (.600) 5-5 (.500) 6-4 (.600) 4-6 (.400) Season's standings 40-20 (.667) 42-18 (.700) 40-20 (.667) 42-18 (.700) 41-19 (.683) 38-22 (.633) 41-19 (.683) SPORTS OIGEST Baseball ._, NEW YORK — The length of Game 1 of the AL championship series hurt the television ratings for the NL series opener. Atlanta's victory over St. Louis on Wednesday night got an 8.7 rating and 15 share on Fox, down sharply from last ; year, when regionalized coverage of the Indians- Mariners series and Braves-Reds series got a 14.6 rating and 24 share. Two years ago, the NL opener between Atlanta and Philadelphia got a , 15.2 rating and 25 share. HOUSTON — Bill Virdon, the winningest | manager in Houston Astros history, will rejoin ! the team next year as bench coach under rookie ; manager Larry Dierker. Virdon, 65, was hired to manage the Astros during the 1975 season and his career mark with the team was 544-522, a ,5ld winning percentage. He guided the Astros to the, 1980 NL West Division title and the second-half ' title in the strike-shortened 1981 season. Cycling LUGANO, Switzerland — Switzerland's Alex Zuelle overcame tricky wet conditions Thursday and won the men's individual time trial at the ; World Cycling Championships. With Miguel In- j durain, the world and Olympic champion not competing and the added advantage of being on [ home territory, the Swiss dominated the event. Racing in a steady downpour, Zuelle, winner of the recent Tour of Spain, covered the 25.1-mile course in 48 minutes, 13.86 seconds. Olympic bronze medalist Chris Boardman of Britain was second in 48:53.65. Tony Rominger, a three-time winner of the Vuelta, claimed his first career world medal, taking the bronze in 48:55.52. Golf Tennis NEW YORK — The second clump of money in the Tiger Woods sweepstakes became official , Thursday when the Acushnet Co. completed an i equipment deal with Woods that sources said ' was worth $20 million over five years. The agreement to play Titleist balls, Titleist and Co- '. bra clubs and carry a Titleist bag was in addi' ; tion to the endorsement deal Woods has with • ; Nike believed to be worth $40 million over five • years. Woods agreed to play Acushnet products '. when he turned professional but the deal was* ; not completed until Thursday. Responding to \ speculation that both deals contained perfor-' ; mance clauses common in such deals, Hughes j Norton, a senior official for Woods' agency, In- ! ternational Management Group, said last month! "The first three years of both agreements are 10Q percent payable to Tiger, regardless of how he ; plays golf." ' SAN ANTONIO — John Huston and Mike•."' Heinen shot 6-under-par 66s Thursday and were tied for the lead after one round of the Texas Open. Huston, 35th on the PGA Tour money list, is battling to reach the top 30 and qualify for the, season-ending Tour Championship. Heinen needs to win a tournament to get another two- year tour exemption. David Frost and Hugh Roy-i er III were one stroke behind the leaders, while ' John Morse, Mark Calcavecchia, Kelly Gibson, ; Mike Hulbert and Woody Austin were at 68. j Tiger Woods, Tray Tyner, Brian Claar and Donnie Hammond — the 1989 Texas Open winner — 1 were at 69. " \ ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Mark O'Meara ! made birdie after birdie. Eight of them in a row, ', and 10 in 11 holes. Nothing could stop him on ! the Old Course at St. Andrews — except the infa-; mous Road Hole. "That hole has gotten me quite! a few times, although it's never gotten me se- ! verely," O'Meara said Thursday after shooting a| 63 in the Dunhill Cup to miss the Old Course J record by a single stroke. • ( ' KUTZTOWN, Pa. — Annika Sorenstam's blaz-1 ing back nine gave her a two-stroke lead over ' Julie Piers on Thursday after the first round of } the inaugural CoreStates Betsy King LPGA Clas-; sic. Six birdies on the back nine helped Soren- • stam to a 6-under-66 on a chilly day at the 6,075- j yard Berkleigh Country Club. Piers was one .'. i stoke ahead of Laura Davies, who is trying to be-! come only the second golfer to top the money list on both the American and European tours. Her ; 69 gave her a share of third place with Cindy : Schreyer. '. VIENNA, Austria — Sweden's Stefan Edbefg, ! counting down to his retirement, beat top-seeded Thomas Muster of Austria 6-4, 6-7 (2-7), 7-5 ; Thursday to reach the quarterfinals of the • j $800,000 CA Trophy tournament. In other fea- > tured matches Thursday, Boris Becker, seeded ! fifth, beat fellow German Michael Stich 3-6, 6-3, ,' 6-4, and No. 2 seed Goran Ivanisevic of Croatia ! defeated 6-2, 6-2 win over Bohdan Ulihrach of the Czech Republic 6-2, 6-2. ' Track KINGSTON, Jamaica — Merlene Ottey, the ; second-fastest woman sprinter in history, is giv-; ing up track for modeling. Ottey, 36, was one of } the most decorated women's Olympic sprinters ! in history, even though she failed to win a gold -' medal. In five Olympics, she collected two silver medals and five bronzes. Her biggest victory. -'„• came at the 1993 World Outdoor Championships, where she won the 200 meters. Prior to that, shp had won five bronze medals and one silver at the outdoor championships. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart ol America Sports Camps 913-827-8229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket otflca 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket oflics 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royajs ticket otllce 800-676-9357 Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/Ming report) 913-628-8614, Sallna Municipal Goll Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Sallna Parks & Recreation office 913-826-7434' Salina Parks & Recreation Information 913-826-7464 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1160-AM) 800-808-1150' The Woodlands (K.C.) 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