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B2 JW3NDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 6 p.m. — Ma|or League Baseball, National League Championship Series, Atlanta at St. Louis, FOX, cable 4, 7. BOXING 10 p.m. — Boxing, Demetrio Cebaltos vs. Juto Cesar Herrera; Alfred AnKamah vs. Marco Antonio Ludwlg; Ramon Hurtado vs. Pedro Alderete, PRIME, cable 37. FOOTBALL 8 p.m. — NFL Football, San Francisco at Green Bay, ABC, cable 9,10. SOCCER 6:30 p.m. — Soccer, English Premier Football League, Sunderland at Middlesbrough, ESPN2, cable 39. RADIO FOOTBALL ' 7:45 p.m. — NFL Football, San Francisco at Green Bay, KSAL. 1150-AM. GENERAL 5:30 p.m. — Coors Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. Football Coaches' poll The Top Twenty Five teams In USA Today- CNN college football poll, with first-place votes . In parentheses, records through Oct. 13, total . points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and last week's ranking: Record Pit Pvs I.Florida (53) 6-0 1,539 1 2. Florida State (7) 5-0 1,467 3 3. Ohio State (2) 5-0 1,448 2 4. Nebraska 4-1 1,313 4 5. Arizona Slate 6-0 1,305 5 .. 6. Tennessee 4-1 1,186 7 7. Alabama 6-0 1,131 8 8. Penn State 6-1 1,025 9 9. Notre Dame 4-1 996 12 10. Colorado 4-1 987 10 11. North Carolina 5-1 841 14 12. Michigan 4-1 776 13 13. Miami, Ra. 4-1 761 6 14. West Virginia 6-0 691 15 15. Northwestern 5-1 603 18 16. Auburn 5-1 541 19 17. Virginia 4-1 480 17 18. Louisiana Stale 4-1 436 11 19. Kansas State 5-1 434 21 • 20. Brigham Young 6-1 427 20 ' 21. California 5-0 405 22 ' 22. Wyoming ' 7-0 279 24 . 23. Virginia Tech 4-1 244 23 24. Georgia Tech 4-1 187 — 1 25. Utah 5-1 139 — Others receiving votes: Syracuse 106 Southern California 100, Washington 74, Iowa 61, Southern Mississippi 46, Texas Tech 42 Army 19, Kansas 16, San Diego State 11, Wisconsin 11, Navy 9. Washington State 9, Texas 1 4, Michigan State 1. College scores ' EAST \ Army 42, Rutgers 21 Brown 27, Princeton 23 Canislus 25, Siena 7 Colgate 35, Towson St. 10 Columbia 20, Penn 19, OT , Cornell 20, Harvard 13 i Dartmouth 35, Holy Cross 7 < Duquesne 52, St. Francis, Pa. 14 Georgetown, D.C. 20, lona 0 . j' Lafayette at Fordham, ppd. ... Maine 17, Connecticut 16 • Marist 34, Falrfield 3 Massachusetts 43, Boston U. 12 Monmouth, N.J. 23, Wagner 10 New Hampshire 42, Lehigh 27 ' Penn St. 31, Purdue 14 -' Stony Brook 52, Cent. Connecticut St. 7 Syracuse 55, Pittsburgh 7 Vlllanova 42, Northeastern 31 Yale 23, Bucknell 21 Youngstown St. 17, Buffalo 6 SOUTH " Alabama 24, N. Carolina St. 19 Alabama St. 35. Clark Atlanta 28 Auburn 49, Mississippi St. 15 Cent. Florida 38, Samlord 6 Clemson 13, Duke 6 Y, Davidson 23, Washington & Lee 12 Delaware 14, Richmond 7 •-> i E. Tennessee St. 41, Citadel 20 Florida 56, LSU 13 Florida A&M 24, N. Carolina A&T 23 Florida St. 34, Miami 16 Furman 20, Appalachian St. 14 ' Georgia Southern 38, W. Carolina 28 Hampton U. 37, Delaware St. 7 . Hofstra 29, Liberty 20 Howard U. 61, Bethune-Cookman 21 • Jacksonville St. 34, W. Kentucky 20 • •• James Madison 26, William & Mary 21 Louisville 23, Tulane 20 Marshall 45, VMI 20 Middle Tenn. 50, Austin Peay 14 Miss. Valley St. 19, Grambling St. 10 Murray St. 28, Tenn.-Martln 14 ''' Newberry 35, Charleston Southern 6 .,, Nlcholls St. 19, NW Louisiana 17 ,,' North Carolina 38, Maryland 7 • - SW Louisiana 42, Arkansas St. 31 • • South Carolina 25, Kentucky 14 ." Tennessee 29, Georgia 17 ' Tennessee Tech 30, SE Missouri 20 :'r Troy St. 16, McNeese St. 12 Virginia Tech 38, Temple 0 Wolford 41, Morehead St. 14 MIDWEST . Albion 69, Kalamazoo 14 Aurora 34, Benedlctine.lll. 7 : ' Baker 30, William Jewell 27 Baldwin-Wallace 61, Capital 13 Ball St. 30, Ohio U. 27, OT Benedlctlne.Kan. 49, Lindenwood 30 Bethel, Minn. 28, Macalester 14 Black Hills St. 52, Colorado Col. 46 Blackburn 31, Principle 0 Boston College 24, Cincinnati 17 i: Bowling Green 31, Kent 24 Buena Vista 47, Dubuque 40 >'•' Carleton 43, Augsburg 36 , Carroll, WIs. 27, Beloit 6 Carthage 28, AugustanaJII. 12 Cent. Iowa 34, Loras 31 . Cent. Michigan 42, Akron 0 Cent. St., Ohio 22, Knoxville 0 Coe78, Illinois Col. 13 Cornell, Iowa 20, Monmouth, III. 14 Culver-Stockton 42, Missouri Val. 14 Dayton 31, Robert Morris 21 . Defiance 20, Mount St. Joseph 19 Doane 57, Concordia, Neb. 16 Drake 55, Evansville 34 Emporia St. 52, Missourl-Rolla 20 Eureka 38, Concordia, III. 0 Evangel 22, Mid-Am Nazarene 21 Ferris St. 40, Northwd, Mich. 24 Flndlay 35, Olivet Nazarene 13 ' Friends 53, McPheison 6 Geneva 46, Urbana 0 Graceland 34, Cent. Methodist 20 Grand Valley St. 56, Michigan Tech 7 Hamllne 24, St. Olal 22 ••misdate 24, N.Michigan 14 Hope 38. Adrian 6 Huron 42, S. Dakota Tech 14 Illinois Weslyn 34, Mlllikin 6 Indiana St. 24, S. Illinois 13 Iowa 31, Indiana 10 Iowa Weslyn 40. Tiffin 36 John Carroll 34, Musklngum 0 Kansas St. 35, Missouri 10 Kansas Weslyn 25, Sterling 8 Kenyon 35, Denlson 34 Knox 35, Grlnnell 24 Mac Murray 42, Greenville 6 Makme 59, Trl-State 14 Marietta 56. Otterbein 0 McKendree 27, Westminster, Mo. 14 Miami, Ohio 35. E. Michigan 25 Michigan St. 42, Illinois 14 Midland Lutheran 20, Dana 19 Minn.-Duluth 39, Moorhead St. 22 Mlnot St. 40. Jamestown 3 Mo. Southern 45, SW Baptist 7 Mo. Western 38, Prttsburg St. 28 Mount Union 59, Heidelberg 7 N.Iowa 47, Illinois St. 10 . NW Missouri St. 52, Truman St. 22 Nebraska 49, Baylor 0 Nebraska-Kearney 42, Fort Hays St. 14 Nebraska-Omaha 26, North Dakota 7 North Central 43, North Park 6 Northern St.,S.D. 45, Mlnn.-Morrls 7 Northwestern 26, Minnesota 24 Northwestern, Iowa 35, Nebraska Weslyn 18 Notre Dame 54, Washington 20 Ohio Northern 28, Hiram Col. 7 Ohio St. 17, Wisconsin 14 Ohio Weslyn 34, Oberlln 13 Olivet 26, Alma 22 Peru St. 16. Hastings 10 Ripon 31, Lake Forest 14 Rose-Hulman 34, Anderson 20 S. Dakota St. 28, South Dakota 17 Saginaw Val. SI. 20, Indianapolis 14 Simpson, Iowa 40, Wartfaurg 27 Sioux Falls 54, Dakota SI. 7 Southwestern, Kan. 29, Ottawa, Kan. 7 St. Ambrose 45, Taylor 13 St. Cloud SI. 48. Mankato St. 42 St. Francis, III. 41, QuIncyO St. John's, Minn. 48, Gustav Adolphus 16 St. Joseph's, Ind. 63, Wilmington, Ohio 7 St. Norbert 24, Lawrence 20 St. Thomas, Minn. 42, Concordia, Moor. 24 Texas A&M 24, Iowa St. 21 Texas Tech 30, Kansas 17 Upper Iowa 61, William Penn 6 Valley City St. 21, Dickinson St. 7 Valparaiso 50, Butler 29 W. Illinois 10, E. Illinois? Wabash 34, Manchester 0 Washbum 23, Cent. Missouri 7 Westmar 35, Dakota Weslyn 14 Wheaton, III. 43, Elmhursl 0 Wlnona St. 35, Bemldji St. 28 Wis.-LaCrosse 42, Wis.-Riv. Falls 31 Wis.-Stevens R. 52, Wls.-Oshkosh 7 Wooster 52, Earlham 27 SOUTHWEST Alcom St. 24, Prairie View 0 Ark.-Plne Bluff 21, Texas Southern 10 Arkansas 38, Louisiana Tech 21 Houston 37, Memphis 20 Oklahoma 30, Texas 27, OT Sam Houston St. 14, Stephen F.Austin 10 Texas Christian 18, Texas-El Paso 0 Tulsa20, Colorado St. 14 Vanderbilt 19, North Texas 7 FAR WEST Arizona St. 42, UCLA 34 Brigham Young 63, UNLV 28 CS Northridge 35, Weber St. 28 Cal Poty-SLO 34, St. Mary's, Cal. 33 Colorado 35, Oklahoma St. 13 E. Washington 51, Sacramento St. 34 Fresno St. 28, San Jose St. 18 Montana 43, Idaho St. 19 N.Arizona 49, Montana St. 18 Navy 20, Air Force 17 Nevada 66, Boise St. 28 Portland SI. 32, UC Davis 27 S. Utah 41, SW Texas St. 27 Southern Cal 14, Arizona? Stanford 27, Oregon 24, OT Utah St. 53, New Mexico St. 21 Washington St. 24, Oregon St. 3 Wyoming 42, W. Michigan 28 Big 12 summary Saturday's game NO. 9 COLORADO 35 OKLAHOMA STATE 13 OS C First Downs 22 29 Rushes-Yards 43-171 35-141 Passing 218 402 Comp-Att-Int 20-38-2 21-32-1 Return Yards 65 125 Punts-Avg. 6-45.3 3-33.7 Fumbles-Lost ' 00 2-2 Penalties-Yards 6-60 4-49 Time ol Possession 32:30 27:30 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Oklahoma St., Thompson 26-90, A.Richardson 6-39, K.Brown 4-27. Aikins 4-12, Simmons 1-4, T.Jones 2-(-1). Colorado, Henry 18-101, Cherrington 8-57, Flsk 2-9, Nunez 1-3, Detmer 6-(-29). PASSING—Oklahoma St., T.Jones 17-28-2195, Chatoupka 3-10-0-23. Colorado, Detmer 21-31-0-402, Weislnger 0-1-1-0. RECEIVING—Oklahoma St., T.Richardson 437, Thompson 3-57, Mayes 341, Hill 3-31, Aikins 2-22, Golden 2-11, K.Brown 2-9, Grissom •1-10. Colorado, Carruth 6-166, Savoy 4-58, Anderson 3-49, Heffner 2-43, Henry 2-38, Kldd 227, Dennis 1-18, McCarty 1-3. SCORING SUMMARY Oklahoma State 373 0-13 Colorado 14 7 7 7—35 First Quarter OS—FG Sydnes 20,5:38 C—Anderson 25 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), 8:58 C—Carruth 62 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), 10:36 Second Quarter OS—Thompson 12 run (Sydnes kick), :05 C—Savoy 22 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), 12:57 Third Quarter C—Rosga 100 interception return (Lesley kick), 8:45 OS—FG Sydnes 55,12:34 Fourth Quarter C—Henry 8 run (Lesley kick), 6:31 A—53,005. State college Saturday's game BETHANY 54, BETHEL 14 BY BL First downs 33 13 Rushes-yards 45-142 33-159 Passing yards 528 166 Comp-att-int 32-39-3 13-26-3 Total offense 84-870 59-325 Fumbles-lost 2-0 1-0 Penalties-yards 8-66 6-35.2 Punts-avg. 2-38.5 6-35.2 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Bethany: Godwin 15-59, Hales 438, Munoz 7-(-4), Bratl 7-29, Patterson 4-6, Carlson 1-(-1), Moran 4-13, Evancho 1-0, Fields 1 0, Allen 1-2. Bethel: Castro 15-52, Odom 6-23, Morris 8-47, Haneberg 3-5, Blelenberg 1-32. PASSING: Bethany: Munoz 23-29-0 395, Bratl Today's schedule MONDAY, OCTOBER 14 GOLF Sallna Central, Sallna South at 6-5A Emporla Regional, 8:30 a.m. TENNIS Sallna Central, Sallna South al 5A Great Bend Regional, 9 a.m. Sacred Heart at 3-2-1A Sterling Regional, 9 a.m. VOLLEYBALL Dodge City, Hesston, SE Nebraska at Brown Mackle, 5 p.m. Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan, 6 p.m. 6-7-0 97, Carlson 3-3-0 36. Bethel: Morris 10-23- 3126,Blelenberg3-3-040. RECEIVING: Bethany: Buckner 8-141, Lugo 732, Burke 1-11, Casper 7-115, Orgera 2-27, Godwin 1-6, Taldo 1-14, Tickner 2-22, Chaney 3-60. Bethel: Roberts 2-18, Milton 1-33, Carter 6-70, Valdez 1-7, Castro 1-5, Trlbby 2-33. PUNTING: Bethany: Brett 2-36.5. Bethel: Carter 6-35.2. SCORING SUMMARY Bethany 14 21 12 7-54 Bethel 0 0 7 7-14 First Quarter BY-Lugo 53 pass from Munoz (Hathom kick), 13:04. BY-QodwIn 7 run (Halhom kick), 0:24. Second Quarter BY-Godwtn 1 run (kick tailed), 11:25. BY-Lugo 30 pass from Munoz (Lugo pass from Munoz), 3:31. BY-Munoz 1 run (Hathom kick), 0:08. Third Quarter BY-Godwtn 3 tun (kick failed), 12:31. BY-Bralt 9 run (kick (ailed), 4:55. BL-Carter 25 pass from Morris (Hershey kick), 1:09. Fourth Quarter BY-Chaney 37 pass from Bralt (Halhom kick), 9:25. BL-Valdez 7 pass from Blelenberg (Hershey ktak), 6:16. Baseball MLB playoffs LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE Saturday's result New York 8, Baltimore 4 Sunday's result New York 6, Baltimore 4, New York wins series 4-1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday's result St. Louis 3, Atlanta 2 Sunday's result St. Louis 4, Atlanta 3, St. Louis leads series 31 Monday's game Atlanta (Smoltz 26-8) at St. Louis (Stottlemyre ;16-11), 6:09 p.m. American League YANKEES 8, ORIOLES 4 NEW YORK BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl DJelerss 5110 ByAdsncf 4100 Boggs 3b 5000 Zelle 3b 5020 BeWmscf 4222 RAImr2b 5020 TMrtnz 1b 4110 RPmra 1b 3001 Fielder dh 4001 Bonlllarf 5000 StnvbrH 4333 CRpkenss 3110 RainesII 0000 Incvgladh 2110 O'Neill rl 3112 Murray dh 2010 Duncan 2b 3010 Dvraux If 1000 Sojo2b 1000 SurhoffH 3021 Glrardic 3000 Holiesc 4122 Totals 36 a 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), RAIomar (2). HR-BoWilllams (2), Strawberry 2 (2), O'Neill ;1), Holies (1). SF—RPalmelro. IP H HER BB SO New York Rogers 3 54423 Weathers W.1-0 22-3 3 0 0 0 0 Lloyd 1-300000 MHivera 2 30012 Wetteland 1 00001 Baltimore Copplnger L.0-1 51-3 6 5 5 1 3 ARhodes 2-300001 Mills 11-31 1 1 0 2 Orosco 0 11100 Benltez 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 4, BRAVES 3 ATLANTA ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Grssom cf 5000 Clayton ss 4011 Lemke 2b 4111 McGee cf 4010 CpJnes 3b 3120 Gant If 2000 McGrtMb 3000 BJrdnrt 4111 Klesko II 3111 GaeltiSb 4000 JLopez c 3000 Mabry 1b 4.1 1 0 Whlers p 0000 Pgnozzl c 2100 Dye if 4031 Gallego 2b 2000 Blauserss 3010 DYungph 1112 Poloniaph 1000 Hnycttp 0000 Neaglep 2010 Eckrslyp 0000 Pendelton pn 1 0 0 0 AnBns p 2000 Totals 32 3 9 3 Totals 29 4 5 4 Atlanta 010 002 000—3 St. Louis 000 000 31 x—4 E-McGrtfl (1). DP-Atlanta 1, St. Louis 2. LOB—Atlanta 7, St. Louis 5.2B—CpJones (1), Dye (1). 3B—DYoung 0). HR—Lemke (1), Klesko (1), BJordan (1). CS—Dye (1). S—Neagle. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Neagle 62-3 2 2 2 3 6 McMlchael L.0-1 2-332210 Wohlers 2-300002 St. Louis AnBenes 5 73310 Fossas 2-300020 TJMalhews 0 10000 AlBenes 11-30 0 0 0 1 Honeycutt 2-300010 EckersleyW,1-0 11-31 0 0 0 2 Umpires—Home, West; First, Crawford; Second, Montague; Third, Runge; Left, Hirschbeck; Right, Davidson. T—3:17. A—56,764 (57,078). Late boxscore SATURDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE YANKEES 6, ORIOLES 4 NEW YORK BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl DJelerss 5120 ByAdsncf 4000 Boggs3b 5020 Zeile3b 3121 BeWmscf 5120 RAImr2b 4100 TMrtnz 1b 5100 RPmrolb 4000 Fielder dh 3113 Bonlllarf 4)12 Hayes dh 1000 CRpken ss 4000 Strawberryll 3111 Murray dh 3111 O'Neill(1 3010 Surhotltl 2000 Leyrllz c 3111 Parent c 1000 Sok>2b 4010 Hollesc 2000 Total! 37611 5 Totals 31 4 4 4 New York • 006 000 000—6 Baltimore 000 001 012-4 E—RAIomar (2). DP—Baltimore 1. LOB— New York 8, Baltimore 2. 2B—BeWilllams (3). HR—Fielder (2), Strawberry (3), Leyrltz (1), Zelle (3), Bonllla (1), Murray (1). SB—DJeter (2), BeWilllams (1). IP H RER BB SO New York 'ettltleW,1-0 8 32213 Wetteland 1 12211 Baltimore EricksonL,0-1 5 76115 ARhodes 1 20001 Mills 1 10011 RMyers 2 1 0 0 2 '1 Umpires—Home, Roe; First, Garcia; Second, Bamett; Third, Scott; Left, Rellly; Right. Morrison. T—2:57. A—48,718 (48,262). Hockey NHL standings . EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts GFGA Florida 301 7 15 4 Tampa Bay 210 4 13 13 Philadelphia 230 4 10 14 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 GFGA Montreal . 2 0 2 6 20 14 Hartford 210469 Ottawa 112 4 11 11 Boston 111 3 11 12 Buffalo 130 2 6 14 Pittsburgh 130 2 11 16 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L' T Pts GFGA Dallas 5 0 0 10 20 10 Phoenix 310 6 13 6 St. Louis 320 6 14 13 Chicago 230 4 12 12 Detroit 220 4 10 6 Toronto 1 2 0 .2 10 12 Pacific Division W L T Pts GFGA Calgary 320687 Edmonton 320 6 11 10 Colorado 221 5 17 14 Vancouver 220498 Los Angeles 230 4 18 21 Anaheim 122 4 17 20 San Jose 131 3 13 23 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, Joronto 4 Phoenix 4, Anaheim 2 Vancouver 5, SI. Louis 3 Boston 5, San Jose 3 Sunday's results Calgary 1, Philadelphia 0 Dallas 5, Chicago 3 Monday's games Boston at Vancouver, 4 p.m. Calgary at N.Y. Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Edmonton at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Auto racing NHRA results ENNIS, Texas (AP) — Final round results lor the 11th annual Chiol Auto Parts Nationals, the 18th of 19 events In the $27-mllllon NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series at Texas Motorplex: Top Fuel—Cory McClenattian, Anaheim, Calif., 4.746 seconds, 301.91 def. Scott Kalitta, Chelsea, Mich., 7.252,107.47. Funny Car—Dale Pulde, Sylmar, Call), Ford Mustang, 5.009, 303.95 def. Cruz Pedregon, Camarlllo, Calif., Pontiac Firebird, 7.838, 108.17. Pro Stock—Jim Yates, Alexandria, Va., Pontiac Firebird, 7.006, 196.20 del. Kurt Johnson, Lawrenceville, Ga, Firebird, 7.083,195.35. Top Alcohol Dragster—Bobby Taylor, Laguna Hills, Calif., 5.627,245.76 def. Randy Parks, Lombard, III., 5.672,250.55. Top Alcohol Funny Car—Tony Bartone, Bayside, N.Y., Firebird, 5.734, 249.72 del. Terry Mulllns, Oak Ridge, Tenn., Firebird, foul. Competition—Buddy Nlckens, Cutlass, 8.543,151.92 def. Bo Nickens, Houston, dragster, 7.575,170.94. Super Stock—Sid Bonnecarrere, Gray, La., Dodge Dart, 9.270,143.10 del. Larry Yow, Duncan, Okla., Ford Mustang, loul. Stock—Jerry Mulkey, Burbank, Wash., Chevrolet Caprice, 13.475, 80.94 def. Harvey Emmons 111, Pasadena, Texas, 12.241, 110.41. Super Comp—Damon Dabbs, Garland, Texas, draagster, 8.911,158.50 def. Steve Vacca, Arlington, Texas, dragster, 8.898,168.50. Super Gas—James Kunkel, Augusta, Kan., Chevy Camaro, 9.930,140.99 def. Larry Nelson, Pasadena, Calif., Camaro, 9.898,137.99. Formula 1 results SUZUKA, Japan (AP) — Results Sunday of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix auto race on the 3.636-mile Suzuka Circuit, with driver, country, make ol car, time, and leader's average speed: 1. Damon Hill, Britain, Williams-Renault, 1 hour, 32 minutes, 33.791 seconds, 123.45 mph. 2. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Ferrari, 1.883 seconds behind. 3. Mika Hakklnen, Finland, McLaren Mercedes, 3.212. 4. Gerhard Berger, Austria, Benetton Renault, 26.526. 5. Martin Brundle, Britain, Jordan Peugeot, 1 minute, 7.120 seconds 6. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, Sauber Ford, 1:21.186. 7. Olivier Panls, France, Ligler Mugen Honda, 1:24.510. 6. David Coulthard, Britain, McLaren Mercedes, 1:25.233, 9. Rubens Bamchello, Brazil, Jordan Peugeot. 1:41.065. 10. Johnny Herbert, Britain, Sauber Ford. 1:41.799. 11. Jos Varstappen, Netherlands, Footwork Hart. 1 lap. 12. Pedro Lamy. Portugal. Minardi Ford. 2 laps. 13. Ricardo Rosset. Brazil. Footwork Hart. 2 laps. Basketbail NBA exhibition Saturday's results New Jersey 108, Charlotte 105 Milwaukee 109, San Antonio 102 Indiana 93 Dallas 72 Houston 113, Boston 97 LA Lakers 105, Denver 96 Seattle 96, Chicago 90 Sunday's results Torbnto 78, New York 73 Cleveland 114, Milwaukee 109(ot) New Jersey 93, Washington 60 LA Clippers 84. Atlanta 82 Portland at Sacramento (n) Golden Stale at Phoenix (n) Golf PGA scores SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Final scores and prize money Sunday from the $1.2 million Texas Open on the 8,899-yard, par-72 (36-36) LaCan- lera Goll Club course: David Ogrln, $216,000 70-65-66-72—275 Jay Haas, $129,600 70-66-70-70—276 Tiger Woods, $81,600 69-68-73-67—277 Greg Kratt, $52,800 71 -72-70-65—278 Len Mattiace, $52,800 73-71 -65-69—278 John Huston, $40,200 66-71 -74-68—279 Tim Herron, $40,200 70-70-71-68—279 Keith Fergus, $40,200 70-71 -68-70—279 Scott Dunlap, $33,600 70-70-71-69—280 Lee Janzen, $33,600 73-67-70-70—280 Justin Leonard, $23,829 71-72-71-67—281 Brian Claar, $23,829 69-70-71-71—281 Corey Pavin, $23,829 70-70-70-71—281 Brad Fabel, $23,829 71-70-69-71—281 John Morse, $23,829 68-71-69-73—281 Kelly Gibson, $23,829 68-74-67-72—281 Tommy Armour III, $23,829 71-72-64-74—281 Robert Gamez, $16,200 74-68-71-69—282 Dan Pohl, $16,200 72-71-70-69—282 J.L Lewis, $16,200 69-71-71-71—282 Hugh Royer, $16,200 67-74-68-73—282 Allen Doyle, $10,817 73-71-70-69—283 Mike Hulbert, $10,817 68-74-71-70—283 Billy Ray Brown, $10,817 72-70-71-70—283 Steve Lowery, $10,817 71-70-74-68—283 Mike Helnen, $10.817 66-75-70-72—283 M.Calcavecchla, $10,817 68-70-72-73—283 Joey Slndelar, $10,817 74-71-72-66—283 Blalne McCallister, $7,305 72-70-71-71—284 Scott McCarron, $7,305 74-68-73-69—284 Bob Tway, $7,305 70-67-75-72—284 Rocco Mediate, $7,305 72-72-71-69—284 Olin Browne, $7,305 71-74-66-73—284 Sean Murphy, $7,305 76-69-71-68—284 Mark Camevale, $7,305 73-71-67-73—284 Donnie Hammond, $7,305 69-74-68-73—284 Mark Brooks, $5,400 76-67-71-71—285 Jay Williamson, $5,400 71-69-74-71—285 Ted Tryba, $5,400 70-74-68-73—285 Jeff Maggert, $5,400 74-67-70-74—285 David Frost, $5,400 67-71-72-75—285 Lee Rinker, $4,200 72-70-71-73—286 Dicky Pride, $4,200 70-73-70-73—286 Tom Byrum, $4,200 71-71-73-71—286 Bob Lohr, $4,200 75-69-73-69—286 Ron Whitta'ker, $4,200 73-70-75-68—286 Woody Austin, $3,228 68-73-75-71—287 John Adams, $3,228 74-71-71-71—287 David Berganio, $3,228 70-73-74-70—287 Jim Carter, $3,228 73-72-73-69—287 Craig Parry, $2,824 71-73-69-75—288 Larry Mize, $2,824 70-73-71-74—288 Bobby Wadkins, $2,824 70-73-72-73—288 Hisayuki Sasaki, $2,824 70-69-73-76—288 Bob Gilder, $2,824 70-68-80-70—288 Rusty Brown, $2,824 75-70-74-69—288 Taylor Smith, $2,676 72-72-71 -74—289 Russ Cochran, $2,676 71-73-72-73—289 Brian Kamm, $2,676 70-75-72-72—289 Mike Springer, $2,676 70-75-75-69—289 Chris Perry, $2,556 72-69-72-77—290 D.A. Weibring, $2,556 71-72-72-75—290 John Wilson, $2,556 74-71-71-74—290 Andy Bean, $2,556 70-71 -76-73—290 Sam Randolph, $2,556 70-74-75-71—290 Tim Simpson, $2,556 74-71-76-69-290 John Daly, $2,400 73-68-73-77—291 Denis Watson, $2,400 75-68-72-76—291 Cart Paulson, $2,400 73-71-72-75—291 Shane Bertsch, $2,400 72-72-74-73—291 Don Pooley, $2,400 74-68-68-81—291 Phil Blackmar, $2,400 75-70-74-72—291 Mark Wiebe, $2,400 75-70-75-71—291 Stuart Appleby, $2,292 74-70-73-76—293 Rex Caldwell, $2,292 72-70-76-75—293 Tray Tyner, $2,256 69-74-74-77—294 Chris Smith, $2,232 75-70-77-73—295 Seniors results NAPA, CalU, (AP) — Final scores and earnings Sunday ol the $700,000 Transamerica Seniors tournament played on the 6,632-yard, par- 72 Silverado resort and country club's south course: John Bland, $105,000 69-69-66—204 Jim Colbert, $61,600 71-68-66—205 Bobby Stroble, $50,400 68-67-71—206 John Jacobs, $42,000 70-71-66—207 Vicente Fernandez, $33,600 72-66-70—208 Tom Wargo, $28,000 68-72-69—209 BobDickson,$21,350 71-72-67—210 Charles Goody, $21,350 70-72-68—210 Chi Chi Rodriguez, $21,350 69-71-70—210 Lee Trevino, $21,350 71-64-75—210 Bob Murphy, $13,600 70-71-70—211 Bob Eastwood, $13,600 67-74-70—211 J.C. Snead, $13,600 73-68-70—211 Dick Hendrickson, $13,600 73-68-70—211 Kermlt Zartey, $13,600 70-70-71—211 Jay Sigel, $13,600 66-70-73—211 Tom Weiskopf, $13,600 71-67-73—211 Harold Hennlng, $10,185 70-71-71—212 Jim Albus, $10,185 74-66-72—212 Al Gelberger, $8,680 70-72-71—213 Simon Hobday, $8,680 72-69-72—213 David Graham, $8,680 72-69-72—213 Bruce Crampton, $7,014 68-75-71—214 Brian Barnes, $7,014 68-74-72—214 Ed Sneed, $7,014 72-74-68—214 Terry Dill, $7,014 72-68-74—214 Dave Elchelberger, $7,014 71-68-75—214 Rick Acton, $5,810 69-71-75—215 Dave Stockton, $5,810 70-67-78—215 Tommy Aaron, $5,810 67-69-79—215 Bob E. Smith, $4,433 73-71-72—216 Bunky Henry, $4,433 69-73-74—216 Larry Gilbert, $4,433 73-70-73—216 Don Bles, $4,433 74-71-71—216 Jack Kleler, $4,433 75-70-71—216 Tom Shaw, $4,433 74-72-70—216 Tony Jacklln, $4,433 74-73-69—216 LPGA results KUTZTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Final scores and money winnings Sunday ol the $600,000 Betsy King LPGA Classic on the 6.075-yard, par-72 Berkleigh Country Club course: A.Sorenstam, $90,000 66-69-67-68—270 Laura Davles. $55,855 69-65-71-73—278 Dawn Coe-Jones, $36,230 73-72-72-66—283 L.Neumann. $36,230 70-75-70-68—283 Caroline Pierce, $23.398 70-74-71-70—285 Beth Daniel. $23.398 73-70-71-71—285 Mayumi Hlrase. $15,901 74-72-71-69—286 Jane Geddes, $15.901 74-71 -72-69—286 Tina Barrett. $15,901 71-71-72-72—286 Barb Whltehead, $9,594 72-72-73-70—287 Amy Read. $9,594 75-72-68-72—287 Brandle Burton. $9,594 73-72-70-72—287 Kristi Albers, $9,594 72-67-76-72—287 Kim Williams, $9,594 70-74-70-73—287 Dottle Pepper. $9,594 73-70-71 -73—287 Kelly Robbins, $9,594 74-70-69-74—287 Cindy Schreyer, $9,594 69-73-71 -74—287 Jull Inkster, $9.594 70-69-72-76—287 Kris Tschetter, $6,793 73-75-70-70—288 Jan Stephenson, $6,793 72-76-70-70—288 Joan Pltcock. $6,793 74-70-72-72—288 Dale Eggeling, $6.793 70-73-71-74—288 Penny Hammel, $5.773 75-71-73-70—289 Susan Veasey, $5,773 74-73-71-71—289 Meg Mallon, $5,773 70-69-78-72—289 Deb Richard, $5,773 75-70-71-73—289 Kathryn Marshall, $5,041 75-68-79-68—290 Margaret Plan, $5,041 73-75-71-71—290 Gail Graham, $5,041 78-67-73-72—290 Kim Salkl, $5,041 70-74-71-75—290 Volleyball State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Player of the week Joey Gray ol Friends, a 5-10, senior hitter Irom Whitewater, Is the KCAC player ol the week. Gray had 37 kills, 15 blocks, 33 digs and one service ace In the Falcons wins over Kansas Wesleyan and Bethel. Soccer MLS playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-3) TAMPA BAY vs. D.C. Saturday's result D.C. 2, Tampa Bay 1, D.C. wins series 2-0 KANSAS CITY vs. LOS ANGELES Sunday's result Los Angeles 2, Kansas City 1, SO (3-1), Los Angeles wins series 2-0 MLS CUP At Foxboro Stadium • Foxboro, Mass. Sunday, Oct. 20 D.C. vs. Los Angeles, 2:30 p.m. State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Players of the week MEN Alex Weedin ol Bethel, a sophomore forward Irom Loveland, Colo., is the KCAC offensive player ol the week. Gulllano scored three goals wins over Ottawa and Friends and a loss to Avila, Mo. A defensive player of the week was not WOMEN Sharl Younl of Friends, a senior midfielder Irom Wichita, is the KCAC offensive player of the week. Yount scored one goal and added three assists in wins over Bartlesville Wesleyan, Okla., Bethel and Bethany. Jenny Jones, ol Friends, a senior defender from Lake Havasu City, Ariz., Is the KCAC defensive player of the week. Jones was the key defender In shutlng down the opponents lop striker In wins over Bartlevllle Wesleyan, Okla., Bethel and Bethany. Tennis College results FORT HAYS STATE 8, BETHANY 1 Singles No. 1 - Roberts, FH, def. Jones, 6-2,6-2; No. 2 - Moore, FH, del. Hals, 7-6, 6-0; No. 3 Rower, FH, def. Brittan, 6-0,6-2; No. 4 - Horan, FH, def. Sacks, 6-1,6-4; No. 5 - Olsen, FH, def. Warner, 6-2, 6-3; No. 6 - Henne, B, def. Gottschaik, 6-3, 3-6,6-3. Doubles No. 1 - Roberts-Flower, FH, del. Jones-Brittan, 8-3; No. 2 - Moore-Horan, FH, def. Warner- Sacks, 8-6; No. 3 - Olsen-Balley, FH, del. Henne-Hals, 8-4. FORT HAYS STATE 8 SEWARD COUNTY 1 Singles No. 1 - Roberts, FH, def. Pagel, 8-2; No. 2 Pagel, SC, del. Moore, 8-3; No. 3 - Flower, FH, del. Nunez, 8-2; No. 4 - Horan, FH, def. Bigham, 8-5; No. 5 - Olsen, FH, del. Johnson, 8-1; No. 6 - Gottschaik, FH, del. Reyes, 8-6. Doubles No. 1 - Roberts-Flower, FH, del. Blgham- Johnson, 8-1; No. 2 - Olsen-Horan. FH, del. Nunez-Reyes, 8-4; No. 3 - Courtols-Bailey, FH, won by forfeit. Local results DRAW FOR YOUR PARTNER FALL CLASSIC At Oakdale Park MEN 1. Bob Warkentlne, 13-0; 2. Jayme Scofleld, 12-1; 3. Pete Stroer, 10-3,4. Thayne Currle, 103; 5. Jeff Lamb, 8-5; 6. Chuck Collins, 7-6; 7. Bob Trlpp, 7-6; 8. John Boyd, 7-8; 9. Mike Lamone, 7-6; 10. Bob Begnoche, 7-6; 11. Phil Worley, 6-7; 12. Ron Bryant, 5-8; 13. Adam Tripp, 58; 14. Chris Wilson, 5-8; 15. Ryan Welsh, 5-8; 16. Steve Horn, 4-9; 17, Andy Porter, 4-9; 18. Glenn Stroer, 4-9; 19. Scott Guest, 3-10; 20. Lance Jones, 3-10. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Re-signed RHP Jeff Williams, LHP Brain Shouse, 1B Domingo Martinez and 1B Joel Bennett and assigned them to Rochester of the International League and resigned RHP Steve Montgomery and 3B Mike Berry and assigned them to Bowie of the Eastern League. CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Slgned Terry Bev- Ington, manager, to a two-year contract. HOCKEY National Hockey League COLORADO AVALANCHE-Slgned LW Va- lerl Kamensky. HARTFORD WHALERS—Claimed LW Stu Grlmson off waivers from Detroit. Assigned D Nolan Pratt to Springfield ol the AHL. SAN JOSE SHARKS—Signed F Ron Suiter to a free-agent contract. V AUTO RACING Bernstein makes history at NHRA nationals Drag racer becomes first NHRA driver to win titles in Top Fuel and Funny Car By The Associated Press ENNIS, Texas — Kenny Bernstein ! became the only NHRA driver ever to ; claim titles in the Top Fuel and Funny • Car divisions despite losing the Top • Fuel semifinals Sunday at the Chief ' Auto Parts Nationals. Meanwhile, Jim, Yates won the Pro Stock championship with his victory at the Texas Motorplex. "Today was a special moment in my racing career," Bernstein said. "We've gone through some lean times en route to this Top Fuel crown." , He was a four-time Funny Car champion from 1985-88. Yates 1 eighth victory of the year secured his first Pro Stock championship. "We wanted to make a statement today and I think we did that," he said. "We wanted to win the race and clinch the championship." Cory McClenathan wound up winning in Top Fuel and Dale Pulde in Funny Car. The 19-race NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series season ends in two weeks at Pomona, Calif. McClenathan collected his third win of the season, defeating Scott Kalitta. McClenathan covered the quarter- mile distance in 4.746 seconds at 301.91 mph in the Joe Gibbs-owned dragster. Pulde, the interim driver for car owner/driver Whit Bazemore who is recovering in a Winston-Salem, N.C., hospital from injuries received in a motorcycle accident Sept. 18, defeated Cruz Pedregon for the first victory ever for Bazemore Racing. Pulde drove a Ford Mustang to a 5.009 clocking at 303.95. Yates, of Alexandria, Va,, collected his third straight win, driving his Pontiac Firebird to a 7.006 timing at 196.20, which edged out Kurt Johnson. celebrates double victories SUZUKA, Japan — At the start, Damon Hill needed only a sixth-place finish to clinch his first Formula One auto racing championship. Then he didn't even need to finish. So when the British driver won the season-ending Japanese Grand Prix Sunday, to go with his 1996 top driver's title, he had a double reason to celebrate. "I feel as though I am on a rocket which is just about to take off," he said. All suspense ended on the 37th lap, when Canadian Jacques Villeneuve, the only driver with even a slim chance to overtake him for the season championship, spun off the track. Hill, starting from the second grid, already had overtaken pole-sitter Villeneuve in the first turn. Skinner wins NASCAR Truck event BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Mike Skinner matched his own record by winning his eighth NASCAR truck series race of the season despite leading only the final two laps in the Ford Dealers 300. But Ron Hornaday Jr., moved closer to the series championship by finishing second in the $253,964 event at Mesa Marin Raceway. Hornaday needs to an average finish of ninth in the last two. events to win the title. Skinner is moving up next year to become a teammate to Dale Earnhardt in the Winston Cup operation of their boss, Richard Childress. SPORTS DIGEST Game-winning gooooooal The Associated Press Members of the Los Angeles Galaxy mob teammate Mauriclo Cienfuegos after he scored the game-winning goal In an overtime Shootout against Kansas City Wiz goalkeeper Garth Lagerwey on Sunday. The Galaxy won 2-1 to capture the Major League Soccer's Western Conference title. Cycling LUGANO, Switzerland — Belgium's Johan Museeuw celebrated his 31st birthday Sunday with a gold medal in the men's road race at the world cycling championships after a gripping two-man battle against Switzerland's Mauro Gianetti. Museeuw covered the 157-mile course, considered to be the most grueling ever at a world championship, in 6 hours, 23 minutes 49 seconds. Gianetti was just one second behind. In the battle for bronze, Italy's Michele Bartoli out sprinted another Belgian, Axel Merckx, to finish 29 seconds behind Museeuw. Football LINDSBORG — Byron Jones of Kansas Wes-; . leyan and Matt Kelly of Friends were named football players of the week in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference, Jones, a 240-pound sophomore running back from Dallas, rushed for 131 yards on 12 carries, including touchdown runs of 3 and 61 yards Saturday in Wesleyan's 25-8 victory over Sterling. Kelly, a defensive back, was cited for his play in a 53-6 victory over McPherson. The senior defensive end from Wichita recorded nine tackles, including three unassisted stops, and intercepted a pass. NEW YORK — An autopsy on a Fordham University football player who collapsed during pregame warmups and later died was inconclusive, the city medical examiner's office said Sunday. Further tests on tissue and blood samples will be necessary to determine the cause of death of Bill Tierney, medical examiner's spokeswoman Ellen Borakove said. Tierney, 20, of Lyndhurst, N.J., was jogging with his teammates from midfield to the end zone just before the scheduled start of Saturday's homecoming game against Lafayette College when he collapsed. The starting junior defensive end was taken the St. Barnabas Hospital, where he died less than an hour later. Tierney had mild asthma but had suffered no problems in the three years he was on the team, according to Fordham vice president for administration Brian Byrne. The Fordham-Lafayette game was postponed. Horse racing TORONTO — Skip Away, the 3-year-old thoroughbred who defeated Cigar last week at Belmont, will get another shot at the racing legend in the $4 million Breeders' Cup Classic, After a week of deliberation, trainer Sonny Hine has decided to pay the $480,000 late nomination fee to make Skip Away eligible for North America's richest race, which will be held Oct. 26. The stage is now set for a compelling battle. Last year's Horse of the Year, Cigar, who won 16 straight before losing two of his past three, will look to put an exclamation point on his final career start.., But a second straight win over Cigar would thrust Skip Away into strong contention for Horse of the Year honors. Tennis VIENNA, Austria — Boris Becker, seeded fifth, won his first tournament since June on Sunday, beating unseeded Dutchman Jan Siemerink 6-4, 67 (7-9), 6-2, 6-3 to take the $800,000 CA Trophy. Becker was heavily favored to win the title after top seeds fell in the quarterfinals and second :. round. No. 1 seed and home favorite Thomas Muster of Austria was beaten in the second round by Sweden's Stefan Edberg. Then Edberg was ousted by Siemerink in the quarterfinals. No. 3 seed Yevgeny Kafelnikov also was beaten in the quarters, as was second seed Goran Ivanisevic. FILDERSTADT, Germany — Sixteen-year-old Swiss star Martina Hingis won her first WTA tour*' nament Sunday, defeating fifth-seeded Anke Huber of Germany, 6-2,3-6,6-3 in the $450,000 Porsche Grand Prix. Hingis, who rose to No. 10 in the world rankings for the first time last week, will go one rung higher when the new rankings come out today. 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