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OB SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION AUTO RACING Noon — NASCAR Aulo Racing, All-Pro Series, Manhelm Auctions All-Amertean 400, TNN. cable 32. 1 p.m. — ASA Auto Racing, PRIME, cable 37 at Jennersrown, Pa. 3:30 p.m. — NASCAR Racing, Craftsman Truck Series. Ford Credit 300, TNN, cable 38, 9 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing, Chief Auto Parts Nationals, ESPN, cable 38. BASEBALL 3 p.m. — Major League Baseball, American League Championship Series, NY Yankees at Baltimore, NBC. cable 3,13. 6:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, National League Championship Series. Atlanta at St. Louis, FOX. cable 4, 7. FOOTBALL Noon — NFL Foolball, Arizona at Dallas, FOX, cable 4,7. Noon — NFL Football. Miami al Buffalo. NBC. cable 3,13. 3 p.m. — NFL Foolball, Philadelphia at NY Giants. FOX, cable 4. 3 p.m. — NFL Football, Detroit at Oakland, FOX, cable 7. 7 p.m. — NFL Football, Ballimore at Indianapolis. TNT, cable 41. GOLF 4 p.m. — Senior PGA Goll, The Transamerica. final round, ESPN, cable 38. RODEO 6 p.m. — Championship Bull Riding, PBR World Championship, TNN. cable 32. RADIO FOOTBALL 6:45 p.m. — NFL Football, Baltimore at Indianapolis. KSAL. 1150-AM. GENERAL 1 p.m. — Gametime. KSAL, 1150-AM. Baseball MLB playoffs LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE Friday, Oct. 11 New York 5, Baltimore 2 Saturday, Oct. 12 New York 8, Baltimore 4, New York leads series 3-1 Sunday, Oct. 13 New York (Peltitte 21-8) at Baltimore (Erickson 13-12), 3:07 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15 Baltimore at New York, 7:07 p.m., if necessary Wednesday, Oct. 16 Baltimore at New York, 7:07 p.m.. If necessary NATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday, Oct. 12 St. Louis 3, Atlanta 2, SI. Louis leads series 2- I. Sunday, Oct. 13 Atlanta (Neagle 16-9) at St. Louis (Andy Benes 18-10), 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, 7:1 i p.m., If necessary American League YANKEES 8, ORIOLES 4 NEW YORK BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl DJelerss 5110 ByAdsncf 4 1 0 0 Boggs 3b 5000 Zelle 3b 5020 BeWmscf 4222 RAImr2b 5020 TMrtnz 1b 4110 RPmro 1b 3001 Fielder dh 4001 Bonlllarf 5000 Strwbrlf 4333 CRpkenss 3110 Raines If 0000 Incvgla dh 2110 O'Neill rf 3112 Murray dh 2010 Duncan 2b 3010 Dvraux II 1000 Sojo 2b 1000 Surhofl If 3021 Girardlc 3000 Holiesc 4122 Totals 36 8 9 6 Totals 37 411 4 New York 210 200 030—8 Baltimore 101 200 000—4 LOB—New York 3, Baltimore 10.2B—DJeter (2), BeWilllams (2), Duncan (2), RAtomar (2). HR—BeWilliams (2), Strawberry 2 (2), O'Neill (1), Holies (1). SF—RPalmelro. IP H RER BB SO New York Rogers 3 54423 Weathers W.1-0 22-3 3 0 0 0 0 Lloyd 1-300000 MRIvera 2 30012 Wetteland 1 00001 Baltimore CopplngerL,0-1 51-3 6 5 5 1 3 ARhodes 2-300001 Mills 11-31 1 1 0 2 Orosco 0 11100 Benitez 2-311110 TeMathews 1 00002 Umpires—Home, Morrison: First, Roe; Second, Garcia; Third, Bamett; Left, Scott; Right, Bamett. T—3:45. A—48,974 (48,262). National League CARDINALS 3, BRAVES 2 ATLANTA ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Grssom cf 5120 Clayton ss 4120 Lemke2b 4010 Lnkfrdcf 4000 CpJnas 3b 3111 Hnyctt p 0000 McGrfllb 3010 Eckrslyp 0000 JLopez c 4030Gantlf 4223 Dye rf 3001 BJrdn rt 4000 AJones II 2000 Gaertl 3b 3020 Pndtlon pri 1000 Mabry 1b 2010 McMdp 0000 Pgnozzlc 3000 Blauserss 4000 Gallego2b 3000 Glavine p 2000 Osbme p 3000 Mrdcaiph 1000 Plkvskp 0000 Klesko If 1 0 0 0 Total* 33 2 8 2 Totals ' 30 3 7 3 Atlanta 100 000 010—2 St. Louis 200 001 OOx—3 E—Blauser(1). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Atlanta 9, St. Louis 4.28-^Lope* (1). HR—Gant 2 (2). SF—CpJones, Dye. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta GlavlnaL,0-1 8 73305 Bielecki 1 00001 McMichael 1 00002 St. Louis OsbotneW,1-0 7 72236 Petkovsek 1 10001 Honeycutt 1-30 0 0 0 0 EckersleyS.I 2-30000 1 Umpires-Home, Davidson; First, West; Second. Crawford; Third, Montague; Left, Runge; Righl, Hirscfibeck. T—2:46. A-56,769 (57,078). Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 4 1 0 .800 72 74 Indianapolis 4 1 0 .800 89 66 Miami 3 2 0 .600 119 79 New England 3 2 0 ,600 125 104 NYJsts o 6 0 .000 75 166 Central Pittsburgh 4 i 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 (53 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 t 0 .833 114 92 Detroit 4 2 0 .667 141 87 Chicago 2 4 0 .333 80 125 Tampa Bay 050 .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 al Dallas. Noon Chicago al New Orleans, Noon Cincinnati al Pittsburgh, Noon Houston at Atlanta, Noon Miami at Buffalo, Noon Minnesota al Tampa Bay, Noon New York Jets al 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, 8 p.m. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Gamei W L W L Bethany 30 31 Southwestern 30 31 Friends 30 32 Bethel 31 32 Kansas Wesleyan 22 23 McPherson 13 14 Sterling 13 14 Tabor 03 05 Ottawa 04 05 Saturday's results Kansas Wesleyan 25, Sterling 8; Friends 53, McPherson 6; Southwestern 29, Ottawa 7; Bethany 54, Bethel 14; Northwestern Oklahoma 1, Tabor 0 (forfeit). RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Chadron State 40 60 Nebraska-Kearney 3 t 33 Fort Lewis 21 32 Western Stale 21 24 Mesa Stale 22 24 Fort Hays State 12 32 Adams State 12 33 New Mexico Highlands 13 33 Colorado Mines 04 15 Saturday's results Nebraska-Kearney 42, Fort Hays State 14; Western State 41, Adams Stale 23; Chadron State 32, New Mexico Highlands 2t; Mesa State 36, Colorado Mines 6. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Games W L W L Northwest Missouri 40 80 Missouri Southern 40 50 Pittsburg State 31 32 Emporia State 31 33 Missouri Western 22 42 Washbum 22 23 Truman State 22 24 Central Missouri 04 24 MIssouri-Rolla 04 24 Southwest Baptist 04 05 Saturday's results Northwest Missouri State 52, Truman State 22; Missouri Western 38, Pittsburg State 28; Emporia Stale 52, Missouri-Rolla 20; Washbum 23, Central Missouri State 7; Missouri Southern 45, Southwest Baptist 7. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Evangel 40 40 Graceland 40 41 Benedictine 31 41 MldAmerica Nazarene 31 41 Baker 31 32 Culver-Stockton 23 23 Central Methodist 13 23 Missouri Valley 13 14 William Jewell 04 15 Undenwood 05 15 Saturday's results Benedictine 49, Undenwood 30; Evangel 22, MldAmerica Nazarene 21; Baker 30, William Jewell 27; Graceland 34, Central Methodist 20; Culver-Stockton 42, Missouri Valley 14. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Gums W L W L Cotfeyville 50 50 Garden City 41 51 Butler County 42 52 Hutchlnson 32 42 Fort Scott 32 33 Independence 14 24 Highland 15 25 Dodge City 05 06 Saturday's results Butler County 53, Highland 0; Dodge City at Hutchinson,(n); Fort Scott at Coffeyvllle, (n); Garden City at Independence, (n). Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pis OF QA Florida 301 7 15 4 Tampa Bay 210 4 13 13 Philadelphia 220 4 10 13 NY Islanders 112 4 10 7 New Jersey 120268 Washington 130 2 14 16 NY Rangers 032 2 10 17 Northeast Division W L T Pts GF GA Montreal 202 6 20 14 Hartford 210489 Ottawa 112 4 11 11 Buffalo 130 2 6 13 'ittsburgh 130 2 11 16 Boston 011 1 69 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L' T Pts GF GA Dallas 400 8 15 7 St. Louis 310 6 11 8 Phoenix 210494 Chicago 220497 Detroit 220 4 10 6 Toronto 120 2 10 12 Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA Edmonton 320 6 11 10 Colorado 221 5 17 14 Calgary 2204 7 7 Los Angeles 230 4 18 21 Anaheim 112 4 15 16 San Jose 121 3 10 18 Vancouver 120245 Friday's results Ottawa 3, Pittsburgh 2 Washington 6, Tampa Bay 2 Calgary 2. Detroit t Colorado 2, Chicago 0 St. Louis 3, Edmonton 1 Saturday's results NY Islanders 5. Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh 3. Ottawa 2 Detroit 6. Buffalo 1 Montreal 5, NY Rangers 2 Dallas 4, New Jersey 2 Los Angeles 4. Washington 3 Florida 6. Hartford 0 Tampa Bay 7, Toronto 4 Anaheim at Phoenix (n) St. Louis at Vancouver (n) Boston at San Jose (n) Sunday's games Calgary at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Dallas at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Basketball NBA exhibition Friday's results Atlanta 100, Toronto 82 Washington 108, Minnesota 82 Detroit 86, LA Clippers 74 Orlando 86. Indiana 76 Cleveland 79 Miami 73 Charlotte 122, Boston 118 Philadelphia 99, Dallas 69 Houston 112, San Antonio 109 Chicago 120, Seattle 113 Phoenix 100, Vancouver 63 Golden State 118, Sacramento 80 Saturday's results New Jersey 108, Charlotte 105 Indiana al Dallas, (n) Milwaukee at San Antonio, (n) Boston at Houston, (n) Denver vs. LA Lakers at Honolulu, (n) Seattle vs. Chicago at Las Vegas, (n) Auto racing NHRA results ENNIS, Texas (AP) — Saturday results of the 11 th annual Chief Auto Parts Nationals at Texas Motorplex (with name, hometown, qualifying lime, miles per hour and first round pairings): Top Fuel 1, Kenny Bernstein, Dallas, 4.603 seconds, 318.69 mph vs. 16, Doug Foxworth, Lytle, Texas, 4.911, 297.42; 2, Pat Dakln, Dayton, Ohio, 4.636,306.53 vs. 15, Mike Smith, Boynton Beach, Fla., 4.835,290.60; 3, Shelly Anderson, Ontario, Calif., 4.658,316.23 vs. 14, Bruce Sarver, Bakersfleld, Calif., 4.807,302.21; 4, Cory Me- Clenathan. Anaheim, Calif., 4.658, 311.85 vs. 13, Eddie Hill, Wichita Falls, Texas, 4.764, 300,30. 5, Jim Head, Columbus, Ohio, 4.665, 306.22 vs. 12, Tony Schumacher, Park Ridge, III., 4.759, 302.92; 6, Bob Vandergrtff, Alpharetta, Ga., 4.675, 300.40 vs. 11, Connie Kalttta, Ypsl- anil, Mich., 4.738, 304.46; 7, Joe Amato, Old Forge, Pa., 4.686, 313.80 vs. 10, Scott Kplftla, Chelsea, Mich., 4.729, 312.93; 8, Mike Dunn, Mount Joy, Pa., 4.686, 312.28 vs. 9, Larry Dlxon, Granada Hills, Calif., 4.696,306.43. Funny Car 1, Tony Pedregon, Gardena, Calil., Ponliac Firebird, 4.909, 308.64 vs. 16, Gary Bolger, Genoa, III., Firebird, 6.229, 280.81; 2, John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Firebird, 4.912, 305.39 vs. 15, Brad Platt, Butler, N.J., Cutlass, 5.210, 292.20; 3, Chuck Etchells, Putnam, 3onn., Dodge Avenger, 4.916, 307.27 vs. 14, Freddie Neely, Covlngton, Ga., Ford Probe, 5.161, 284.72; 4, Cruz Pedregon, Camarillo, "lain., Firebird, 4.972,310.66 vs. 13, Gary Densham, Bellflower, Calif., Cutlass, 5.147,295.56. 5, Al Hermann, Umatllla, Fla., Firebird, 5.038, 304.87 vs. 12, Jeff Arend, Canada, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 5.141, 298.21; 6, Dale Pulde, Sylmar, Calif., Ford Mustang, 5.067, 303.54 vs. 11, Del Worsham, Orange, Calif., Cutlass, 5.134, 282.48; 7, KenJI Okazakl, Tokyo, Avenger, 5.077, 289.76 vs. 10. Ray Higley, San Marcos, Calif., Avenger, 5.127,260.49; 8, Tom Hoover, Minneapolis, Avenger, 5.111, 281.16 vs. 9| Dean Skuza, Brecksvllle, Ohio, Avenger, 5.120, 284.61. Pro Stock 1, Jim Yales, Alexandria, Va., Firebird, 6.975, 197.41 vs. 16, MarkPawuk, Bath, Ohio, Firebird, 7.066,195.43; 2, Warren Johnson, Duluth, Ga., Firebird, 6.976, 197.45 vs. 15, Kurt Johnson, Lawrenceville, Ga., Rreblrd, 7.060, 195.22; 3, George Mamell, Las Vegas, Firebird, 7.010, 197.02 vs. 14, Bob Glldden, Whileland, Ind., Probe, 7.059,196.20; 4, Pete Williams, Cottondale, Ala., Cutlass, 7.015, 196.63 vs. (3, Mike Thomas, Knoxvllle, Tenn., Cutlass, 7.048, 195.95. 5, Troy Coughlln, Columbus, Ohio, Cutlass, 7.021,196.93 vs. 12, Mark Carter, Okarche, Oka., Cutlass, 7.046, 195.35; 6, Larry Morgan, Newark, Ohio, Firebird, 7.021, 196.46 vs. 11, Jerry Eckman, Newark, Ohio, Firebird, 7.044, 196.97; 7, Mike Edwards, Broken Arrow, Okla., Cutlass, 7.023, 196.76 vs. 10, Rickle Smith, King, N.C., Formula, 7.042, 196.63; 8, Steve Schmidt, Indianapolis, Cutlass, 7.033, 196.07 vs. 9, Bruce Allen, Arlington, Texas, Firebird, 7.035,196.03. Busch results LAKEVILLE, Conn. (AP) - Results Saturday ram the NASCAR Busch North Series, Grand National Division's $99,100 Dodge Dealers 200K al the 1.53 mile Lime Rock Park road course with starting position In parentheses, driver, hometown, car, laps, winner's average speed, reason out, If any and prize money: 1. (2) Butch Leitzlnger, State College, Pa., Ford, 87,64.844 mph, $14,025. 2. (13) Dale Ouarteriey, Westfield, Mass., Chevrolet, 87, $8,125. 3. (5) Kelly Moore, Scarborough, Maine, Pontl- ac, 87, $7,400. 4. (9) Steve Park, East Northport, N.Y., Oldsmobile, 87, $4,325. 5. (16) Mike Stelanlk, Coventry, R.I., Chevro- el, 87, $3,325. 6. (15) Tom Bolles, Ellington, Conn., Chevro- et, 87, $2,450. 7. (6) Curtis Markham, Fredertcksburg, Va., 'ontiac, 87, $1,600. 8. (31) Ted Christopher, Plalnvllle, Conn., Chevrolet, 87, $1,500. 9. (12) Dennis Doyle, Plymouth, Conn., Ihevrolet, 67, $1,900. 10. (4) Bryan Wall, Deny, N.H., Ford, 87, $2,250. 11. (23) Brad Bennett, Stamford, Conn., Chevrolet, 87. $1,750. 12. (25) A J Parker, Canada, Chevrolet, 87, it.200. 13. (33) Dave Dion, Hudson, N.H., Ford, 87, 11,650. 14. (30) Steve Hoddlck, Cheektowaga, N.Y., ihevrolet, 87, $1,100. 15. (32) Eric Bodlne, Chemung, N.Y., Chevro- et, 87, $1,925. 18. (34) Stub Fadden, North Haverhlll, N.H., Chevrolet, 87. $1,500. 17. (8) Jeff Barry. Norwich. Conn., Chevrolet, 87. $1,475. 18. (7) Brad Lelghton. Center Harbor, N.H.. Chevrolet, 87, $1,450. 19. (22) Dale Shaw. Center Conway, N.H. Ponliac, 87. $(.425. 20. (36) Babe Branscombe, Northwood, N.H., Chevrolet, 86, $1.450. 21. (29) Jamie Aube, North Ferrlsburg, VI., Chevrolet, 86. $1.375. 22. (20) Tom Rosati, Agawam. Maine, Chevo- let. 86, $850. 23. (11>Jeny Marquis, Broad Brook, Conn., Chevrolet. 84, $1.325. 24. (26) Robbie Crouch, Burlington. VI.. Pontiac. 82, $1.300. 25. (3) Andy Santerre. Cherryfleld, Maine, Chevrolet, 80, accident, $1.300. 26. (10) Brandon Butler. Chester, Va., Pontlac. 76, running, $1.250. 27. (35) Mike Olsen. North Haverhlll, N.H., Pontlac, 72, track bar, $1,225. 28. (27) Billy Penlold, Yarmouth, Maine, Pontl- ac, 69. running, $1,200 29. (17) Bobby Dragon, Milton, VI., Ponliac, 58, oil leak, $1,175 30. (21) Martin Truex, Mayetta, N.J., Chevrolet, 55, driveshafl, $650 31. (28) Dean Chrystal, Mllford, N.H., Chevrolet. 53, truck arm, $650 32. (1) Joe Pezza, Glen Cove, N.Y., Chevrolet, 47, accident, $650 33. (24) Rick Bye, Canada, Ford, 36, transmission, $650 34. (14) Rob Wilson, London, England, Chevrolet, 34, suspension, $650 35. (19) Lou Rettenmeier, Sherman, Conn., Oldsmobile, 29, radiator, $650 36. (18) Rick Bell, Salisbury, Conn., Ponliac, 22, rocker arm, $650 Golf PGA scores SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Scores Saturday after the third round of the $1.2 million Texas Open on the 6,899-yard, par-72 LaCantera Golf Club course: David Ogrin 70-65-68—203 Jay Haas 70-66-70—206 Tommy Armour III 71-72-64—207 John Morse 68-71-69—208 Kelly Gibson 68-74-67—209 Hugh Royer 67-74-68—209 Keith Fergus 70-71-68—209 Len Mattlace 73-71-65—209 Don Pooley 74-68-68—210 Corey Pavin 70-70-70—210 BradFabel 71-70-69—210 LeeJanzen 73-67-70-210 Mark Calcavecchla 68-70-72—210 Brian Claar 69-70-71—210 Tiger Woods 69-68-73—210 David Frost 67-71-72—210 Donnle Hammond 69-74-68—211 MlkeHelnen 66-75-70—211 Mark Camevale 73-71 -67—211 JeffMaggert 74-67-70—211 Scott Dunlap 70-70-71—2t1 J.L.Lewis 69-71-71—211 TlmHerron 70-70-71—211 Olln Browne 71-74-66—211 John Huston 66-71-74—211 TedTryba 70-74-68—212 Hlsayukl Sasaki 70-69-73—212 BobTway 70-67-75—212 Billy Ray Brown 72-70-71—213 Dan Pohl 72-71-70—213 Blalne McCalllster 72-70-7)—213 Greg Kraft 71-72-70-213 Robert Gamez 74-68-71—213 Lee Sinker 72-70-71—213 Dicky Pride 70-73-70—213 Mike Hulbert 68-74-71—213 Chris Perry 72-69-72—213 alg Parry 71-73-69—213 Mark Brooks • 76-67-71—214 Larry Mize 70-73-71—214 Justin Leonard 71-72-71—2(4 Allen Doyle 73-71-70—214 John Daly 73-68-73—214 Jay Williamson 71-69-74—214 Bobby Wadklns 70-73-72—215 DAWelbrlng 71-72-72—215 TomByrum 71-71-73—215 Scott McCarron 74-68-73—215 Denis Watson 75-68-72—215 Steve Lowery 71-70-74—215 Rocco Mediate 72-72-71—215 Taylor Smith' 72-72-71—215 Cochran 71-73-72—216 Woody Austin 68-73-75—216 Carl Paulson 73-71-72—216 John Wilson 74-71-71—216 Sean Murphy 76-69-71—216 John Adams 74-71-71—216 Javld Berganlo 70-73-74—217 TrayTyner 69-74-74—217 Andy Bean 70-71-76—217 Stuart Appleby 74-70-73—217 BobLohr 75-69-73—217 Brian Kamm 70-75-72—217 Joey Slndelar 74-71-72—217 Ron Whlttaker 73-70-75—218 HexCaldwell 72-70-76—218 Shane Bertsch 72-72-74—218 Bob Glider 70-68-80—218 Jim Carter 73-72-73—218 Sam Randolph 70-74-75—219 Phil Blackmar . 75-70-74—219 Rusty Brown 75-70-74—219 MarkWIebe 75-70-75—220 Mike Springer 70-75-75—220 Tim Simpson 74-71-76—221 Chris Smith 7^-70-77—222 Seniors scores NAPA,'Calif. (AP) — Scores Saturday after Ihe second round of the $700,000 Transamerica Seniors tournament played on the 6,632-yard, par-72 Silverado resort and country club's south course: LeeTrevino 71-64—135 Bobby Slroble 68-67—135 Tommy Aaron 67-69—136 Dave Stockton 70-67—137 Vicente Fernandez 72-66—138 Tom Welskopf 71 -67—138 John Bland • 69-69—138 Jay Slgel 68-70—138 Dave Elchelberger 71-68—139 Jim Colbert 71-68—139 Tarry Dill 72-68—140 KemitZarley 70-70—140 JimAlbus 74-66—140 Rick Acton 69-71—140 Chi Chi Rodriguez 69-71—140 Frank Conner 68-72—140 TomWargo 68-72—140 Walter Zembrlskl 72-69—141 Simon Hobday 72-69—141 David Graham 72-69—141 Dick Hendrlckson 73-68—141 J.C. Snead 73-88—141 John Jacobs 70-71—141 Harold Hennlng 70-71—141 Bob Murphy 70-71—141 Harry Toscano 69-72—141 Bob Eastwood 67-74—141 BudAllln 67-74—141 Charles Coody 70-72—142 Al Geiberger 70-72—142 Bunky Henry 69-73—142 Brian Barnes 68-74—142 Larry Gilbert 73-70—143 Walt Morgan 71-72—143 BobDickson 71-72—143 Butch Balrd 71-72—143 Gil Morgan 74-69—143 John Schroeder 74-69—143 Bob Charles 74-69—143 Bruce Crampton 68-75—143 Jimmy Powell 71-73—144 Bob E. Smith 73-71—144 Glbby Gilbert 70-74—144 DIckRhyan 72-73—145 DeWitt Weaver 71-74—145 Don Massengale 73-72—145 Don Bles 74.71—145 Larry Laoretti 70-75—145 JackKiefer 75-70—145 EdSneed 72-74—146 Rives McBee 71-75—146 Don January 74-72—146 Tom Shaw 74.72—148 Calvin Peete 74.72—146 Dale Douglass 75-71—146 BobDuval 72-75—147 Mike McCullough 74.73—147 TonyJacMIn 74.73—147 Jerry McGee 74.73—147 Lee Elder 72-76—148 Bruce Summerhays 72-76—148 Masaru Amano 71.77—143 Ben Smith 70-78—148 Jim Feme 74-74—148 Homero Blancas 74-74—148 Miller Barber 73.75—149 Rocky Thompson 73.76—149 Jim Wilkinson 73-76—149 Lou Graham 77.72—149 Arnold Palmer 78-71—149 John Paul Cain 74.76—150 Jim Dent 77-75—152 Orville Moody 60-72—152 LPGA scores KUTZTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Scores Saturday after the third round of the $600,000 Betsy King LPGA Classic on the 6,075-yard, par-72 (35-37) Berklelgh Country Club course; Annlka Sorenstam . 66-69-67—202 Laura Davies 69-65-71—205 Julilnkster' 70-69-72—211 Kelly Robblns 74-70-69—213 Cindy Schreyer 69-73-71—213 Kim Williams 70-74-70—214 Dottie Pepper 73-70-71—214 Beth Daniel 73-70-71—214 Dale Eggellng 70-73-71—214 Tina Barrett 71-71-72—214 Julie Piers 68-73-73—214 Amy Read 75-72-68—215 Brandie Burton 73-72-70—215 Liselotte Neumann 70-75-70—215 Caroline Pierce 70-74-71—215 KimSaiki 70-74-71—215 Krisli Albers 72-67-76—215 Deb Richard 75-70-71—216 JoanPitcock 74-70-72—216 Leta Llndley 71-72-73-2(6 Mayuml Hlrase 74-72-71—217 Shelley Hamlln 76-69-72—217 Jane Geddas 74-71-72—217 Dawn Coe-Jones 73-72-72—217 Barb Whltehead 72-72-73—217 Catrlona Matthew 72-72-73—217 Meg Malton 70-69-78—217 Kris Tschetter 73-75-70—218 Jan Stephenson 72-76-70—218 Susan Veasey ,74-73-71—218 Laurie Brower 74-72-72—218 Gail Graham 78-67-73—218 CarlnHJKoch 77-71-71—219 Margaret Platt 73-75-71—219 Penny Hammel 75-71-73—219 Suzanne Strudwlck 74-72-73—219 Donna Andrews 72-72-75—219 Cross country College results MID-STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS At Baldwin City MEN Team scores Doane, Neb. 30, Southwestern 44. Park, Mo. 98, St. Ambrose, Iowa 144, Graceland, Iowa 158, Hastings, Neb. 182, Ottawa 199, Lindenwood, Mo. 217, Ml. Mary, Iowa 217, Baker 274, Missouri Valley 277, Kansas Wesleyan 340, Tabor 357, Sterling 374, Rockhurst, Mo. 394. • Top 10 medalists 1. Marsh, Doane, 26:37; 2. Shaw, Southwest- em, 26:46; 3. Volght, Doane, 26:48; 4. Prothro, Southwestern, 26:52; 5. Strong, Baker, 26:53; 6. Butterfield, Doane, 26:53; 7. Allbaugh, Ml. Mercy, Iowa, 26:54; 8. Papon, Southwestern, 26:58; 9. Jacquln, Hastings, 26:59; 10. Nickerson, Doane, 27:03. WOMEN Team scores Doane, Neb. 42, Park, Mo. 75, Midland Lutheran, Neb. 108, Southwestern 123, Llndemvood, Mo. 139, Ottawa 176, Graceland, Iowa 194, St. Ambrose, Iowa 209, Baker 210, Missouri Valley 238, Mt. Mercy, Iowa 280, Kansas Wesleyan 298, Sterling 336. Top 10 medalists 1. Barber, Doane, 18:31; 2. Noblock, Lindenwood, 19:14; 3. Medina, Park, 19:24; 4. Tierney, Doane, 19:27; 5. Holm, Midland Lutheran, 19:31; 6. Massey, Park, 19:34; 7. Rlos, Southwestern, 19:40; 8. Burkel, Midland Lutheran, 19:44; 9. Cook, Southwestern, 19:46; 10. McCain, Doane, 19:49. High school SALINA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL At Bill Burke and Indian Rock Parks BOYS Varsity Team scores Wichita Carroll 86, Salina South 102, Wichita West 108, Garden City 125, SE Saline 136, Manhattan 143, Salina Central 160, Clay Center 208, Hays 211, Junction City 225, Buhler 225, Maize 250, Wichita North 381. Top 15 Individuals 1. Chris Johnson, GC, 16:05; 2. Mark Menefee, B, 16:10; 3. Jeremy Combs, WW, 16:32; 4. Matt Dicks, WC, 16:43; 5, Tristan DeBord, WC, (6:49; 6. Jeremy Roderick, GC, (7:0(; 7. Daniel Craig, SES, 17:02; 8. Chad Wahlgren, SS, 17:05; 9. T.K. Neal, WW, 17:13; 10. Adam Moos, SC, 17:15; 11. James Damlllnl, WC, 17:15; 12. Brandon Ebert, SS, 17:19; 13. Roger Wang, JC, 17:26; 14. Stephen Perchellet, MAN, 17:29; 15. Adam Wright, MZ, 17:31. Other Saline County runners 16. A.J. Young, SC, 17:33; 18. Sean Ryan, SC, 17:38; 22. Aaron Pavkov, SES, 17:41; 23. Mart Perry, SS, 17:44; 24. Mike Willis, SES, 17:49; 28. Brian Lamia, SS, 18:00; 31. Steve Waters, SS, 18:02; 37. Jason Evans, SES, 18:11; 48. Regan Blertson, SES, 18:32; 49. Jamie Coleman, SS, 18:41; 55. Brent Wasko, SC, 18:50; 61. Chris Aflholder, SC, 19:02; 66. Cory Blrdsong, SS, 19:10; 74. Jerimee Smith, SC, 19:35; 82. PatTorrey, SC, 20:34. B team Team scores Wichita Carroll 19, Manhattan 71, Salina Central 72, Hays 100, Salina South 104, Junction City 167. Saline County runners 2. Everett DeHaven, SC, 18:32; 9. Chris Gowln, Emmanuel Christian, 19:10; 11. Chaz Wilson, SS, 19:11; 15. Aaron Wendt, SC, 19:14; 16. Klaus Elnhausen, SC, 19:15; 22. Luke Scoville, SS, 19:38; 23. Eddie Benolt, SS, 19:40; 24. Eric Payne, SC, 19:40; 33. Andrew Augustine, SC, 20:07; 34. Chris Houltberg, EC, 20:03; 35. Brandon Relnert, SS, 20:13; 36. Ben Orion, SC, 20:13; 40. Daniel Koeppl, SC, 20:43; 41. Trey Hernandez, SS, 20:47; 46. Daniel Mattison, EC, 22:27; 61. Adam Cassel, EC, 24:47. Cteam Team icon* Wichita Carroll 20, Manhattan 51, Salina South 68, Hays 112. Saline County Individuals 6. Victor Carnelro, SS, 19:45; 9. Derrick Bachman, SS, 19:49; 19. Duslin Blrdsong, SS, 20:12; 22. Mike Temple, SS, 20:24; 26. Travis Lee, SS, 20:39; 29, Rick School, SS, 20:56; 35. Jeremiah Thomas, SC, 21:28; 37. Ben Walker, SS, 21:29; 39. Jordan Pitts, SS, 21:36; 42. Chris Hauser, SC, 21:46; 47. John Catncart-Rake, SC, 22:03; 61. Jason Bllck, SC, 24:44. GIRLS Varsity Team scores Wichita Carroll 56, SE Saline 62, Clay Center 113, Manhattan 125, Salina Central 132, Salina South 137, Garden City 157, Buhler 196, Wichita West 224, Wichita North 224, Junction City 266, Hays 291. Top 15 Individuals 1. Stacy Kahrs, CC. 12:35; 2. Sara Ferguson. CC, 12:38; 3. Heather Zabka, GC. 12:45; 4. Leslie Brady, SES, 12:55; 5. Danielle Snyder, Maize, 12:57; 6. Stephanie Coll, CC, 12:58: 7. Bree Hedman, MAN, 13:01; 8. Margaret Mohr, WC. 13:06; 9. Jessica Williams. SC, 13:10; 10. Amanda Grady. WC, 13:14; 11. Andrea Mohr, WC, 13:15; 12. Larissa Hllfler. WC. 13:20; 13. Becky Cantrell, WN, 13:23; 14. Marcl Keeler. SES, 13:23; 15. Stacle Justice, SES. 13:23. Other Saline County runners 16. Tina Baxa, SS, 13:27; 18. Jamie Scovllle, SS, 13:32; 23. Kelly Jackson, SES, 13:39; 27. Lesa McCumber, SS, 13:46; 29. Lindsay Strahan, SC, 13:51; 30. Jennifer Blomqulst, SC, 13:52; 31. Rachel Hlnde, SC. 13:55; 32. Janelle Lund, SES, 13:59; 34. Amanda Lampe, SS, 14:0t; 42. Atlanne Aldnch, SC. 14:08,- 46. Emily Neustrom. SC, 14:14; 48. Faith Gowin, SC, 14:15; 50. Amanda Pratt, SS, 14:15; 63. Jenny Valdez, SS, 14:57; 75. Jennifer Bickel, SS, 15:42. Bteam Team scores Wichita Carroll 15, Manhattan 46, Hays 85. Saline County Individuals 13. LIndseyRiechers.CC, 15:03. RILEY COUNTY INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Wabaunsee 52, Smith Center 53, Mission Valley 80, Rlley County 89, Washington 130, SE Saline 138, Minneapolis 184. Blue Valley 189, Onaga217. Top 10 medalists 1. Slgle, Rlley County, 16:36; 2.Blochllnger, Minneapolis, 17:05; 3. Herredsberg, Smith Center, 18:01; 4. Frederick, Wabaunsee, 18:07; 5. Cole, Riley County, 18:11; 6. Bloomlleld, Wabaunsee, 18:(4; 7. Conrad, SmilhCenler, 18:30; 8. Gann, Wabaunsee, 18:30; 9. Baker, North Central, 18:34; 10. Becker, Hanover, 18:36. SE-Sallne results 24. Hemphlll, 19:24; 28. Owen, 19:30; 39. Koons, 20:00; 41. Prater, 20:09; 79. Crabtree, 23:21; 85. Verhoeff, 24:12. Ell-Saline results 27. Wlndholz, 19:27; 42. Weigel, 20:13; 53. Brawn, 21:05; 92. Thompson, 25:25. GIRLS Team scores Riley County 23, Hanover 66, Smith Center 75, Horton 132, Washington 135, St. Xavler 136, Wakefleld151. Top 10 medalists 1. Barnes, Smith Center, 11:39; 2. Mortimer, Rlley County, 11:58; 3. Lewis, Rlley County, 12:53; 4. Helgert, Wabaunsee, 13:15; 5. Isaacson, Ell-Saline, 13:18; 6. Ratliff, Smith Center, 13:26; 7, R.Sando, Rlley County, 13:26; 8. H.Sando, Rlley County, 13:27; 9. D.Sando, Rlley County, 13:28; 10. Cole, Washington, 13:31. SE Saline results 17. Davis, 14:05; 33. Reese, 14:43; 65. Prater, 17:14. Other Ell-Saline results 45. White, 15:13; 63. Marshall, 16:31. Soccer College men KANSAS WESLEYAN 1 ST. MARY 1 (ot) Kansas Wesleyan 100-1 St. Mary 1 0 0 -' 1 Scoring First hall - KW: Chaney (T.Ranleri), 24th. SM: Hlgglns (McNally), 30th. Shots on goal-KW 9, SM 12. Saves - KW 7, SM 4. College women ST. MARY 2, KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 Kansas Wesleyan 00-0 St. Mary 20-2 Scoring ' First half - SM: Brethorst (unassisted), 21st; Price (unassisted), 30th .Shots on goal-KWO.SM 10. Saves - KW 6, SM 0. Volleyball High school DERBY INVITATIONAL Salina Central results Salina Central del. Junction City, 12-15,15-3, 15-7; Garden City del. Salina Central, 10-15,157, 15-11; Salina Central del. SM South, 15-7, 10-15,15-6; Salina Central def. Newton, 15-10, 15-6; Salina Central def. Derby 15-10,15-9. McPHERSON INVITATIONAL Pool A - Dodge City del. Buhler, 15-6,15-10; Valley Center def. Ellsworth, 12-15,15-2,15-8; Dodge City def. Ellsworth, 7-15,15-3,15-7; Valey Center def. Buhler, 15-5,15-7; Valley Center def. Dodge City, 13-15, 15-8, 16-10; Ellsworth def. Buhler, 15-2,15-10. Pool B - Goddard def. McPherson, 15-1,152; Hulchinson def. Circle, 15-9,9-15,15-9; Goddard del. Hutchlnson, 15-0, 15-10; Circle del. McPherson, 15-12,15-12; Goddard def. Circle, 15-10,11-15,15-3; McPherson def. Hulchinson, 15-9,15-12. Semifinals - Valley Center def. Circle, 16-14, 15-1; Dodge City def. Goddard, 16-7,7-15,1512.. Third place - Goddard del. Circle, 15-2,15-6. Championship - Valley Center del. Dodge City 15-12,15-9. COUNCIL GROVE INVITATIONAL Sacred Heart results Pool play - Sacred Heart def. Abilene, 15-11, 15-5; Sacred Heart del. SE Saline, 15-12,15-6; Sacred Heart def. Eureka, 16-14-15-9. Single elimination - Sacred Heart def. Northern Heights, 15-6,15-7. Semifinals - Sacred Heart del. Chase County, 15-2,14-16,15-7. Championship - Santa Fe Trail def. Sacred Heart, 15-8,15-5. Junior varsity MARION INVITATIONAL Sacred Heart results Pool plsy - Sacred Heart del. Herington, 1115,15-3,15-6; Sacred Heart del. Hlllsboro, 1614,10-15,15-7; Sacred Heart del. Centre, 15-8, 15-10. Semifinals - Marion del. Sacred Heart, 15-11, 15-8. Third place - Canlon-Galva 4ef. Sacred Heart, 15-8,8-15,15-13. AT HAYS Pool play - Salina South del. Smith Center, 515,15-12,15-5; Salina South def. Garden City sophrnores, 15-7,15-3; Salina South def. Goodland, 15-10,12-15,15-7. Semifinals - Salina South def. Garden City JV, 16-13,15-9 ChsmploniMp - Salina South def. Otis-Bison, 15-10,15-12. Freshman AT EMPORIA Topeka West def. Salina Central, 15-5,15-8 Salina Central del. Newton, 15-11,15-9 Manhattan def. Salina Central, 15-6,15-12 FRIDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES Abilene 28, Marysvllle 21 Andale 68, Rose Hill 6 Andover 17, Maize? Arkansas City 17, El Dorado 11 Arthur, Neb. 75, Herndon 52 Ashland 56, Minneola 20 Atchlson County 27, Maur Hill 7 Attica 12, South Haven 8 Balleyvllle 46, Hanover 0 Basehor-Llnwood 20, DeSoto 11 Belleville 46, Ellsworth 15 Beloit 60, Russell 0 BV Northwest 36, SM Mlege 0 BV Randolph 46, Axtell 0 BV Stilwell 35, KC fluskln. Mo. 0 Bucklin 56, Sublette 0 Buhler 48, Goddard 20 Canton-Galva 42, Moundrldge 8 Central Christian 50, Trinity 0 Central Heights 21, Unlontown 14 Centralla 58, Washington 17 Centre 54, Amoret, Mo. 6 Chanule 33, Columbus 12 Chapman 28, Colby 12 Chase County 37, Council Grove 22 Chaney 39, Blueslem 22 Clmarron 26, Hugoton 6 Clatlin 40, Falrfleld B Clearwater 21, Circle 0 Cofleyvilla 35, Labette County 26 Coldwater 36, Fowler 0 Conway Springs 51, Udall 0 Crest 82, Fllnthllls 46 Derby 42, Wichita Campus 0 Dodge City 14, Hays 12 Douglass 53. Medicine Lodge 36 Downs 50, Chase 0 Eastern Heights 54, Natoma 6 Ellis 52, Osborne 6 Ell-Saline 51, Sedgwlck 13 Emporia 52, Shawnee Heights 7 Erie 28, NE Arrria 14 Frankfort 48, Waverly 12 Fredonla 51, Eureka 13 Garden City 42, KC Hockhursl 41 (ot) Garden Plain 30, Belle Plaine a Gardner-Edgerton 41, Baldwin 0 Goessel 44, Pretty Prairie 14 Goodland 41, Sidney, Neb 6 Grinnell 64, Bazlne 16 Halstead 35, Hlllsboro 0 Hanston 18, South Gray 14 Hartford 68, Grldley 22 Haven 26, Nickerson 0 I Havlland 60, Jetmore 18 Highland 28, Horton 14 Hill City 33, Phllllpsburg 6 Holcomb 30, Elkhart 27 Holton 33, Jeff West 3 Humboldt 21, Burlington 0 Ingalls 54, Moscow 30 Inman 36, Peabody 0 Jackson Heights 33, Oskaloosa 0 Jeff North 34, McLouth 16 Jewell 38, Chesler-Hubbell-Byron, Neb. 32 (ot) KC Schlagle 49, KC Wyandotte 16 KC Turner 42, Atchlson 8 KC Ward 17, KC Sumner 14 Kensington 48, Mortand 0 Lakln 43, Leotl 22 LeRoy 48, St. Paul 0 Lewis 70, Pawnee Heights 24 Liberal 63, Great Bend 8 Linn 52, Hlllcrest 6 Little River 62, Burrton 26 Logan 46, Palco 8 Loulsburg 49, Osawatomle 21 Lyndon 49, Mission Valley 0 Lyons 28, Hesston 7 Macksvilla 36, Stafford 26 Manhattan 34, Salina Central 21 Mankato 52, Southern Cloud 0 Marals des Cygnes 14, Madison 0 Marion 61, Remington 0 Marmaton Valley 46, Pleasanton o McPherson 13, Newton 6 Meade 78, Quinter 35 Midway Denton 30, Bern B Minneapolis 49, Lincoln 27 Mulvane 36, Chaparral 7 Nemaha Valley 28, Royal Valley 13 Neodesha 43, Yates Center 13 Ness City 28, LaCrosse 0 Norton 54, Plalnvllle 14 Norwich 24. Pratt Skyline 20 Obertln 31, Atwood 14 Olathe East 35, SM West 7 Olathe North 30, SM East 0 OJalhe South 35. Leavenworth 9 Olpe 54, Burlingame 0 Onaga 41, Valley Heights 8 Otis-Bison 20, Kinsley 7 Ottawa 27, Bonner Springs 12 Oxford 49, West Elk 6 Paola49, Eudora 15 Perry-Lecompton 14, Tonganoxle 12 Pike Valley 46, North Central 0 Pleasant Ridge 36, Valley Falls 6 Pratt 22, TMP-Marlan 9 Protection 18, Spearvllle 12 Qulvira Heights 38, Cunningham 24 Ransom 66, Brewster 50 Rlley County 26, Silver Lake 20 Rock Creek 42, Osage City 0 Rolla 66, Deerfleld 8 Rossville 42, St. Marys 0 Sabetha 26, Hiawatha 21 SJ Beloit 64, White Rock 24 St. Francis 65, Dundy County, Neb. 15 SI. John 38, Greensburg B SJ Military 40, Solomon 8 St. Thomas Aquinas 13, BV North 12 Salina Sacred Heart 57, Herlngton 20 Salina South 54, Junction City 7 Santa Fe Trail 23, Lansing 14 Salanla 45, Tribune 12 Scott City 30, Lamed 23 SM Northwest 14, SM South 13 Smith Center 22, Stockton 14 Smoky Valley 42, Ellinwood 14 South Barber 36, Argonla 20 SE-Sallne 34, Concordla 0 South Nodaway, Mo. 66, Elwood 26 SW Heights 27, Syracuse 6 Spring Hill 39, Anderson County 8 Stanlon County 29, Dlghton 8 Sylvan 32, Wilson 20 Tescott 36, Bennlngton 28 (2ot) Thayer 48, Oswego 12 Topeka Hayden 43, Highland Park 13 Topeka West 35, Topeka High 0 Trego 47, Victoria 8 Trlplalns 40, Sharon Springs 8 Troy 16, Wathena 3 Ulysses 34, Holslngton 7 Union Star, Mo. 46, Kansas Deaf 16 Valley Center 43, Augusta 27 Wabaunsee 43, Northern Heights 12 Waconda East 47, Lucas-Luray 26 Wamego 28, Clay Center 13 Washburn Rural 40, Seaman 7 Wellington 40, Klngman 0 Wellsvllle 42, Prairie View 20 White City 57, Wakefleld 12 Wichita Carroll 31, Wichita Kapaun 30 Wichita Collegiate 22, Sterling 19 Wichita Heights 35, Independence 6 Wichita South 26, Wichita East 7 Wichita SE 30, Wichita North 24 Willlamsburg 34, Hamilton 16 Wlnfield 34, Hutchlnson 0 SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing __ ENNIS, Texas — Kenny Bernstein, who recorded the fastest speed in drag racing history, Tony Pedregon and Jim Yates are the leaders entering the finals of the Chief Auto Parts Nationals at the Texas Motorplex. In addition to being the No. 1 qualifiers, Bernstein and Yates will be looking to .,, clinch season championships during today's final..; eliminations. By posting wins in the first round of > eliminations, both can clinch championships. Bernstein recorded his speed — 318.69 mph — en route to his No. 1 qualifying spot Saturday in Top';;' Fuel. He covered the quarter-mile distance in 4.603' seconds. Shelly Anderson established a NHRA national speed record of 316.23 during qualifying Saturday. She met NHRA rule requirements for es- ••$ tablishing national records by making a second ^ run within one percent of the record during the i event. Bernstein has yet to meet that requirement.-! He will need a run of 315.51 mph or faster during ' \ eliminations today to break his the national | record. i Baseball __ J CHICAGO — Terry Bevington is coming back, although he wasn't the first choice of the Chicago ' White Sox. Less than two weeks after the team aggressively pursued Jim Leyland, Bevington signed a two-year contract Saturday to return as manager. ST. LOUIS — The wife of one of the owners of-••'» the St. Louis Cardinals was removed from the »u stands on a stretcher during Game 3 of the Nations al League championship series Saturday after being struck on the neck by a foul popup. Kathy -< Hanser, the wife of Fred Hanser, was sitting in the" front row just to the right of home plate when she" was hit during Marquis Grissom's at-bat to start )n the third inning. Cardinals catcher Tom Pagnozzi- lunged into the stands to try and catch the ball. >nt Team trainer Gene Gieselmann left the dugout to administer to Hanser and Cardinals team physi-'""" cian Stan London also was at her side. She was aij conscious and wearing a neck brace when she leftf- at the half-inning and was taken to the trainers'" 1n room. Preliminary X-rays were negative on ,. . IF Hanser, who was taken to Barnes-Jewish Hospital^ to see a neurosurgeon and possibly undergo a CAT : scan. • w Football ': NEW YORK — Bill Tierney, a junior starting ••'.« defensive back for Fordham, died Saturday after- collapsing in pregame warmups at Jack Coffey •** Field. The Rams postponed their game with •.; Lafayette after Tierney, an asthmatic, was taken ^ to St. Barnabus hospital. A Fordham spokesman' lji said Tierney, from Lyndhurst, N.J., died from an apparent heart attack. No new date was set for the" game. '" Golf SAN ANTONIO — David Ogrin, feeding off the. ^ cheers of a hometown crowd, had six birdies in a /, 4-under-par 68 Saturday and extended his lead to " three strokes after three rounds of the Texas .. , u Open. Ogrin, a regular at the La Cantera Golf -;c Club, started the second round with a one-stroke '-> lead. His birdie at No. 18 gave him a 54-hole total-"-M of 13-under 203, three strokes ahead of Jay Haas, who shot a 70. An obviously delighted Ogrin pumped his fist in the air and walked off the 18th green with a wide smile. Tommy Armour III was at 207 after shooting a 64 that tied the course record set by Loren Roberts last year. Tiger Woods, who was two strokes off the lead entering the third round, couldn't overcome a bad start and- shot a 73. That left him in a group of eight at 210. ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Spain was no match for Phil Mickelson and the rest of the U.S.' team at the Dunhill Cup on Saturday. Mickelson won by 11 strokes with a 6-under-par 66, and Steve Strieker birdied four of the last six holes as the United States romped into the semifinals by overpowering Spain 3-0. Strieker, Mickelson and Mark O'Meara, who also play as individuals in next week's World Match Play at Wentworth, England, will face Sweden today for a place in the Dunhill final. Sweden scored a comfortable 3-0 victory over upstart India, which eliminated defending ti- tlist Scotland from the competition Friday in one of golfs biggest upsets. In the other semifinal, South Africa faces New Zealand. Australia, led by Greg Norman, would have made the semifinal -. even by losing 2-1 to New Zealand because of its" J strong earlier results, but went down 3-0, with Norman beaten by Frank Nobilo. KUTZTOWN, Pa. — Annika Sorenstam's steady 5-under-par 67 Saturday allowed her to take a three-stroke lead over erratic Laura Davies after three rounds of the $600,000 Betsy King LPGA Classic. Sorenstam started the day one stroke behind Davies, but three birdies in a six-hole span on the front nine at the 6,075-yard Berkleigh Country Club put her into the lead. Sorenstam's 54-hole total was 14-under 202. Davies, who shot a 71, started strong, with an eagle on the par-5 4th, but~ then three-putted for a bogey on No. 7. Soren- •-.'«* stam's birdie on the same hole put her on top of *" the leaderboard for the rest of the round. Tennis VIENNA, Austria — Boris Becker came from be v hind to beat American Todd Martin 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 in c the semifinals of the CA Trophy tournament on -• Saturday. Becker's opponent for the title today ",' will be unseeded Jan Siemerink of the Netherlands. 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