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B2 jy§§DAY, OCTOBER 15, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BOWLING 6:30 p.m. — PBA Bowling, Ebonite Classic. ESPN, cable 38. BOXINQ 8 p.m. — Boxing, Haslm Rahman vs. Trevor Berbtek; Metvln Foster vs. Jed Wooden, USA. cabin 40. HOCKEY 7sSO p.m. — NHL Hockey, Detroit at Dallas. ESPN2, cable 39. 8 p.m. — NHL Hockey. Edmonton at Colorado. PRIME, cable 37. RADIO GENERAL 8:30 p.m. — Coots Light Sportstalk Show. KSAL, 1150-AM. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Indianapolis 5 1 0 .833 115 87 Buffalo 420 .667 79 95 Miami 4 2 0 .667 140 66 New England 3 3 0 .500 147 131 NY Jets 0 7 0 .000 92 187 Central Pittsburgh 5 1 0 .633 131 80 Houston 420 .667 151 130 Jacksonville 340 .429 137 136 Baltimore 2 4 0 .333 125 156 Cincinnati 1 5 0 .167 107 132 West Denver 5 1 0 .833 144 93 Kansas City 4 2 0 .867 117 92 San Diego 4 2 0 .667 145 144 Oakland 340 .429 156 134 Seattle 2 4 0 .333 93 153 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Washington 510 .833 130 78 Philadelphia 4 2 C .667 125 121 Dallas 3 3 0 .500 104 79 Arlzdna 240 .333 85 148 NY Giants 2 4 0 .333 68 116 Central Green Bay 610 .857 227 92 Minnesota 520 .714 127 116 Detroit 430 .571 162 124 Chicago 2 5 0 .286 104 152 Tampa Bay 150 .167 69 139 West Carolina 420 .667 145 84 San Francisco 420 .667 155 95 New Orleans 2 5 0 .286 114 161 St. Louis 1 5 0 .167 88 171 Atlanta 0 6 0 .000 95 175 Sunday's results Dallas 17, Arizona 3 New Orleans 27, Chicago 24 Pittsburgh 20, Cincinnati 10 Houston 23, Atlanta 13 Miami 21, Buffalo 7 Tampa Bay 24, Minnesota 13 Jacksonville 21, NY Jets 17 Carolina 45, St. Louis 13 Washington 27, New England 22 . Oakland 37, Detroit 21 Philadelphia 19, NY Giants 10 Indianapolis 26, Baltimore 21 Open date: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Seattle Monday's result Green Bay 23. San Francisco 20 (ot) Thursday, Oct. 17 Seattle at Kansas City, 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 Atlanta at Dallas, Noon Miami at Philadelphia, Noon New England at Indianapolis, Noon New Orleans at Carolina, Noon NY, Giants at Washington, Noon Baltimore at Denver, 3 p.m. Buffalo at NY Jets, 3p.m. Cincinnati at San Francisco, 3 p.m. Jacksonville at St. Louis, 3 p.m. Pittsburgh at Houston, 3 p.m. Tampa Bay at Arizona, 3 p.m. Open date: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota Monday, Oct. 21 Oakland at San Diego, 8 p.m. Power rankings by Scrlppa Howard News Service 1. Ohio State 121.1 2. Florida State 117.0 3. Nebraska 116.0 4. Florida 116.0 5. North Carolina 113.7 6. Notre Dame 112.7 7. Arizona State 111.4 6. Southern Mississippi 108.9 9. Penn State 108.9 10. Kansas State 108.9 11. Tennessee 108.6 12. Alabama 108.1 13. Georgia Tech 106.8 14. West Virginia 106.6 15. Miami, Fla. 105.8 16. Michigan 105.3 17. Washington 105.0 18. Colorado 105.0 19. Virginia 104.5 20. Texas Tech 104.5 21. Auburn 104.3 22. Syracuse 104.0 23. California 103.5 24. Southern Cal 102.5 25. Louisiana State 102.0 28. Wisconsin 101: 27. Iowa 101.7 28. Northwestern 101.2 29. Brigham Young 100.7 30. East Carolina 98.9 31. Houston 97.9 32. Army 97.9 33. Michigan State 97.6 34. Georgia 97.6 35. Air Force 97.6 36. Virginia Tech 96.9 37. UCLA 96.9 38. Navy 96.9 39. Louisville 40. Wyoming 96.4 41. Minnesota 96.4 42. Arizona 95.8 43. Utah 95.6 44. San Diego Slate 95.6 45. Baylor 95.6 48. Kansas 95. 47. Texas AIM 94.6 48. Rice 94.: 49. Purdue 94. 50. Washington Stale 93.J 52. Texas 93.I 58. Iowa State 91 .i 68. Oklahoma State 89.: 76. Missouri 87. 100. Oklahoma 79. College polls NCAA I-AA HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. (AP) — The to 25 teams in the Sports Network Division I-A/ football poll, with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Oct. 13 and previous rani ing: Record Pts Prv I.Marshall (62) 6-0 2193 2. Montana (24) 5-0 2150 1. Northern Iowa 4.. Jackson Slate (2) i. SW Missouri State 1. Troy State 7. Northern Arizona 8. Murray State 9. Villanova (1) 0. Delaware Furman 2. Stephen F. Austin 3. James Madison 4. Eastern Illinois 5. Florida A&M S. East Tennessee State 7. Western Illinois 8. New Hampshire 9. William & Mary 0. Eastern Washington 1. Appalachian Stale 2. NW Louisiana 3. Indiana State 4. Connecticut 5. Idaho State 5-1 5-0 5-1 5-1 6-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 3-2 5-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 5-1 4-1 4-2 5-1 3-3 4-2 5-2 3-3 3-3 2016 1809 1801 1731 1642 10 1606 9 1420 12 1399 11 1321 13 1132 4 1063 17 1029 7 982 16 872 22 767 25 695 24 684 15 451 — 441 14 300 19 249 146 18 113 23 NCAA II OVERLAND PARK. Kan. (AP) — The top 20 earns in the NCAA Division II football poll with rst-place votes In parentheses, record through }ct. 6. total points and previous ranking: Record Pt« Pvt 1. Indiana. Pa. (4) 5-0 80 1 2. Central Oklahoma 5-0 75 2 3. Missouri Southern 5-0 71 3 4. Valdosta SI., Ga. 6-0 70 4 5. Saginaw Valley Slate 5-0 63 6 6. N.C. Central 6-1 57 9 e. Texas A&M-Klngsvllle 3-2 57 8 8. Northwest Missouri 6-0 50 16 e. West Georgia 6-1 50 11 O.Carson-Newman 5-1 45 12 LAngelo St.. Texas 4-1 39 13 2. Ferris St.. Mich. 5-1 38 15 3. Nebraska-Omaha 5-1 32 — 4. South Dakota Stale 5-1 24 — 5. Grand Valley State 5-2 22 — 6. Chadron State, Neb. 6-0 21 — 7. Catawba, N.C. 5-1 14 14 e. South Dakota 5-1 14 7 9. Clarion. Pa. 5-1 10 — !0. Northern Colorado 5-1 6 19 NCAA III OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — The top earns from each region In the NCAA Division III ootball poll with records through Oct. 13: East region . Buffalo State, N.Y. 4-0 2. Ithaca, N.Y. 4-0 3. Union. N.Y. 5-0 4. Kings Point. N.Y. 3-1 1. College of New Jersey 3-2 6. Plymouth State, N.H. 3-1 North region . Mount Union, Ohio 5-0 2. Albion. Mich. 4-0 3. Allegheny, Pa. 5-0 4. Illinois Wesleyan 4-0 5. John Carroll, Ohio 5-0 6. Wheaton, III. 4-0 South region LLycoming, Pa. 4-0 i. Trinity, Texas M 3. Urslnus, Pa. 6-0 4. Washington & Jefferson, Pa. 3-1 5. Albright, Pa. 4-1 6. Emory & Henry, Va. 4-1 West region I.Wisconsin-LaCrosse 5-0 2. Wisconsln-Whttewater 6-0 3. Bethel, Minn. 6-0 4. Simpson, Iowa 5-0 5. St. John's, Minn. 6-0 6. Wisconsin-Slevens Point 5-0 NAIAI TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The top 5 teams in the NAIA Division I football poll with first-place votes n parentheses, records through Oct. 13, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1. Langston, Okla. (2) 4-1 10 1 2. Northwestern Oklahoma 4-1 8 3 3. Rocky Mountain, Mont. 5-26 5 4. Montana Tech 4-2 4 — 5. Carroll, Mont. 4-2 2 2 NAIA II TULSA, Okla. (AP)—The top 25 teams In the WA Division II football poll with first-place votes n parentheses, records through Oct. 13, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs LFIndlay, Ohio (13) 5-0 397 1 2. W. Washington (3) 4-0 387 2 3. Sioux Falls, S.D. 6-0 353 3 4. Howard Payne, Texas 6-0 345 4 5. Lambuth, Tenn. 4-1" 331 5 6. Clinch Valley, Va. 6-0 305 6 7. Malone, Ohio 4-1 302 7 8. Hardln-Slmmons, Tex. 4-1 299 8 9. Evangel, Mo. 4-0 287 9 10. Geneva, Pa. 3-1 238 10 11. Benedictine 4-1 227 11 2. Northwestern, Iowa 6-0 211 13 i3. Pac Lutheran, Wash. 3-1 207 14 ;4. Westminster, Pa. 4-1 190 15 15. Bethany 3-1 183 16 16. Valley City State, N.D. 6-0 161 17 17. MldAmerlca Naz. 4-1 142 12 18. Willamette, Ore. 3-1 141 18 19. Azuza Pacific, Calif. 4-1 127 19 20. North Greenville. S.C. 5-0 106 20 21. St. Ambrose, Iowa 5-0 83 24 22. Doane, Neb. 4-1 58 — 23. Peru State, Neb. 5-0 46 — 24. Mary, N.D. 3-2 30 25 25. Southwestern 3-1 15 — High school EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 18 QUIVIRA HEIGHTS JV 14 Emmanuel Christian 6 6 6 x — 18 Ouivira Heights JV 0 6 8 x — 14 Emmanuel Christian — Black 17 Interception return; Glen (2) 1,40 runs. Quivlra Heights JV — Scoring not available. Junior varsity MANHATTAN 37 SALINA CENTRAL 19 Salina Central 13 6 0 0-19 Manhattan 7 16 0 14 - 37 Salina Central - Perez 21 pass from Wilson; Brown 9 run; Miller 35 pass from Wilson. PAT Schom kick. Manhattan - Scoring not available. Junior varsity JUNCTION CITY 25 SALINA SOUTH 14 Salina South 014 0 0-14 Junction City 7 6 6 6 - 25 Salina South - Klingzell 20 run; Squires 30 pass from SI. Clalr. PAT - Klingzell run. Junction City - Scoring not available. Baseball MLB playoffs LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES AMERICAN LEAGUE Sunday, Oct. 13 New York 6, Baltimore 4. New York wins se ries 4-1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Sunday, Oct. 13 St. Louis 4, Atlanta 3 Monday, Oct. 14 Atlanta 14, St. Louis 0, St. Louis leads series 3-2 Wednesday, Oct. 16 St. Louis (Osbome 13-9) at Atlanta (Maddux Today's schedule TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15 SOCCER Friends at Kansas Wesleyan, 2-4 p.m. VOLLEYBALL Brown Mackle, Hutchlnson at Central McPherson Sacred Heart at Marion, 4 p.m. SE Saline at Ellsworth, 4:30 p.m. Ell-Saline at Qoessel, 6 p.m. Dallas at Vancouver, 9 p.m. 5-11). 7:11 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 St. Louis at Atlanta. 7:11 p.m., II necessary National League BRAVES 14, CARDINALS 0 TLANTA ST. LOUIS •brhbl abrhbl rssom cf 6231 OSmlth ss 4000 emke 2b 5241 McQee cf 3010 Ordeal 2b 1 1 1 0 Mejla cl 1000 pjnes3b 3 1 2 3 GanlII 3010 ndllonSb 2000 3allego3b 0000 McGrff 1b 6123 BJrdtl rf 2010 (teskolf 4011 Fcssasp 0000 AJonesIf 1000 DYungtb 2010 Lopez c 5441 Qaettl 3b 2020 Wadep 0000 Ptkvskp 0000 tontz p 0000 Lnkfrd ph 1000 3ye rl 6110 Hnyctt p 0000 lauserss 21)2 Mabrytb .4010 Blliard ss 1011 Pgnozzi c 1000 mote p 4121 Shaffer c 3000 olonla ph 1000 Alteea 2b 4000 Belecklp 0000 Sttlmyrp 0000 dPrez c 0000 DnJksn p 1000 Sweney rl 2000 otall 47142214 Total* 33070 Atlanta 520 310 012-14 it. Louis 000 000 000- 0 DP—Atlanta 1, St. Louis 2. LOB—Atlanta 11, it. Louis 8. 2B—Lemke (1), CpJones (2), Lopez 2 (3). 3B-Blauser (1). HR-McGrtff (1), Lopez (1). SB—Grlssom (2). IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Smoltz W.2-0 7 70016 Bleleckl 1 00012 Wade 1-300001 Clontz 2-300000 SL Louis SttlmyrL,1-1 1 97701 DnJackson 3 73333 ossas 2 11111 'etkovsek 2 21101 Honeycutt 1 32211 Stottlemyre pitched to 3 batters In the 2nd. Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Montague; Second, Runge; Third, Hirschbeck, M.; Left, Davidson; Right, West. T—2:57. A-86,782 (57,078). Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts GFGA Florida 301 7 15 4 ampaBay 210 4 13 13 'hiiadelphla 230 4 10 14 NY Islanders 112 4 10 7 NY Rangers 132 4 15 21 NewJersey 120268 Washington 130 2 14 16 Northeast Division W L T Pts GFGA Montreal 202 6 20 14 Boston 211 5 16 16 Hartford 210489 Ottawa 112 4 11 11 Buffalo 130 2 6 14 ittsburgh 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 ihicago 230 4 12 12 Detroit 220 4 10 6 Toronto 120 2 10 12 Pacific Division W L T Pts GFGA Edmonton 320 6 11 10 Calgary 3' 3 0 6 12 12 Colorado 221 5 17 14 Los Angeles 230 4 18 21 Vancouver 230 4 13 13 Anaheim 122 4 17 20 San Jose 131 3 13 23 Sunday's results Calgary 1, Philadelphia 0 Dallas 5, Chicago 3 Monday's results Boston 5, Vancouver 4 (ot) NY Rangers 5, Calgary 4 Edmonton at Phoenix (n) Tuesday's results Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. Montreal at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Edmonton at Colorado, 8 p.m. Philadelphia at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. Tennis r-5). 7-5. Third plies - Price-DeLong, GB del. Warrlng- on-Hamman. SC, 6-0,6-2. Championship - Bohnenblust-Nlppert, MC ef. Moshier-Wilson, SC, 6-4,6-2. CLASS 4A REGIONALS At Russell Team scores Scott City 12, Russell 6, Chapman 5, Abilene i, Clay Center 3, Colby 3. Concordia 2, Ellsworth LBeloltl. State qualifiers Singles 1. Carrie Wendt, Russell; 2. Jill Grothusen, Scott City; 3. Sophya Butt, Clay Center; 4. Shery Zen, Colby. Doubles 1. All Huck-Lauren Frank, Scott City; 2. Kelly iholtz-Kelll Shoemaker, Chapman; 3. Sarah Stredney-Molly Whltehalr, Abilene; 4. Brandl Eaton-Jessica McDaniel. Scott City. At Pratt Team scores Smoky Valley 15, Lamed 6, Pratt 6, Klngman I, Nlckeson 2, Sabetha 1, Ulysses 0, Chaparral State qualifiers Singles 1. Trad Talbott, Smoky Valley; 2. Cara Cramer Pratt, 3. Meredith Dlkeman, Lamed; 4. Kelll Gason, Nlckerson. Doubles 1. Gusenlus-Carison, Smoky Valley; 2. Brock- Hodges, Smoky Valley; 3. Bailey-Hall, Lamed; 4. Hageman-Eslinger, Klngman. CLASS 3-2-1A REGIONALS At Hesston Team scores Wichita Collegiate 18, Conway Springs 6, lillsboro 5, Berean Academy 3, Wabaunsee 2, Hesslon 1, Ml, St. Scholastics 1 State qualifiers Singles 1. Lisa Sutherland, Wichita Collegiate; 2. Megan Patterson, Wichita Collegiate; 3. Sharon Schlehuber, Hillsboro; 4. Nalla Kumantaeva, Hlllsboro. Doubles 1. Amy Rheem-Carollne Walling, Wichita Col- eglale; 2. Sara Katar-Lorl Young, Wichita Collegiate; 3. Amber Stuever-Wendy Osner, Conway iprlngs; 4. Lisa Wall-Shanna Main, Conway iprings. At Sterling Team scores Claflin 13, Lyons 10, Ellinwood 6, Sterling 4, Belleville 2, Hutchlnson Trinity 1, Qulvlra Heights 0, Sacred Heart 0. State qualifiers Singles 1. Jackie Stiles, Claflin; 2. Cassia Watkins, Ellinwood; 3. Krlsten Bush, Sterling; 4. Jam! Klug, Claflin. Doubles 1. Lindsay Folck-Carmen Neufeld, Lyons; 2. Amy Klug-Shawna Stephens, Claflin; 3. Maggie 'roffitt-Lorl Church, Lyons; 4. Jennifer Wondra- Undsay Hickel, Claflin. At WaKeeney Team scores Tribune 10, Trego 10, Holslngton 4, Ness City 4, Victoria 3, Phlllipsburg 3, Norton 1, Plalnville 1. Note: Tribune won tiebreaker on percentage of games won. State qualifiers Singles 1. Kerne McCoy, Trego; 2. Laura Knotts, Ness ity; 3. Dora Branyan, Holslngton; 4. Laura Sul- Ivan, Phlllipsburg. Doubles 1. Kuttler-Davidson, Tribune; 2. Augustine- Scanlon, Trego; 3. Morgan-Brunswig, Tribune; 4. Green-Prultt, Victoria. High school CLASS 5A REGIONAL At Great Bend Team scores McPherson 10, Liberal 10, Salina Central 9, Great Bend 4, Buhler 2, Sallna South 1, Hays 0. Note: McPherson won tiebreaker on percentage of games won. Singles First round - Benevento, L received bye ; Schroeder, B del. Frye, H, 8-0, 6-2; Ranker, L del. Dunlap, SS, 5-7,6-1,6-1; Schultz, GB del. Pederson, MC, 7-6 (7-4), 6-0; Banz, B del. Muet- Ing, SS, 2-6,7-6 (7-5), 6-3; Seaton, SC del. Fischer, H, 6-2,8-1; Stroer, SC del. Cartlidge, GB, 8-2,1-8,6-0; Mason, MC received bye. Quarterfinals - Benevento, L del. Schroeder, B, 6-3,8-4; Ranker, L del. Schultz, GB, 2-6,6-1, 6-1; Seaton, SC del. Banz, B, 6-1,6-2; Mason, MC del. Stroer, SC, 6-3,6-2. Semifinals - Ranker, L del. Benevenlo, L, 16, 6-1,6-2; Mason, MC del. Sealon, SC, 6-0,64. Third place - Benevento, L del. Seaton, SC, 6-1,6-4. Championship - Ranker, L del. Mason, MC 8-3,6-4. Doubles First round - Bohnenblust-Nlppert, MC re ceived bye; Feyerherm-Chace, SS del. Mecken stock-Hennlng, H; Warrlngton-Hamman, SC del Schettler-Ummel, GB, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4; Pipkin Blgham, L del. Day-Kelley, SS, 6-3,6-0; Moshl er-Wllson, SC del. Curtis-Rampoldi, H, 6-3,6-1 Greer-Schmldt, MC del. Sims-Sims, B, 8-4,6-3 Ervln-Holman, L del. Broxterman-Poulaln, B, 4 6,6-3,6-3; Price-DeLong, GB received bye. Quarterfinals - Bohnenblust-Nippert, MC del Feyerherm-Chace, SS, 6-1, 6-2; Warrington Hamman, SC del. Pipkln-Blgham, L, 7-5, 6-4 Moshier-Wilson, SC del. Greer-Schmldt, MC, 63,6-3; Price-DeLong, GB del. Ervln-Holman, L 6-1,6-0. Semifinals - Bohnenblust-Nippert, MC del Warrington-Hamman, SC, 6-1, 4-6, 6-1; Moshi er-Wilson, SC del. Price-DeLong, GB, 3-6, 7-6 Volleyball College results AT WICHITA Friends del. Tabor, 15-2,15-8,15-13 AT LINDSBORG Bethel del. Bethany, 15-12,15-12,15-8 Junior varsity - Bethany del. Bethel, 15-12, 15-7 AT SALINA Sterling del. Kansas Wesleyan, 11-15,15-13, 15-13,15-8 Junior college AT SALINA Brown Mackle del. Hesslon, 15-6,15-7 Dodge City del. SE Nebraska, 15-8,15-12 Brown Mackle del. Dodge City, 15-6,15-3 Hesston del. SE Nebraska, 15-13,15-6 Brown Mackle del. SE Nebraska, 15-6,15-4 Dodge City del. Hesston, 15-12,15-12 High school WACONDA EAST INVITATIONAL Cawker City pool - Waconda East del. SJ Belotl JV, 15-1,15-0; Osbome split with Tipton, 15-6,8-15; Waconda East del. Tipton, 15-7,155; Osbome del. SJ Belolt JV, 15-2, 15-4; Osborne split with Waconda East, 15-12,9-15; Tipton daf. SJ Belolt JV, 15-13,15-11. Glen Elder pool - Logan del. Downs, 15-2, 15-2; Southern Cloud del. SJ Belolt, 15-13,1511; Logan del. SJ Belolt, 15-4,15-6; Southern Cloud def. Downs, 15-4,15-8; Southern Cloud del. Logan, 15-8,15-13; SJ Belolt del.' Downs, 15-6,15-7. Semifinals - Southern Cloud def. Osbome, 13-15, 15-5, 15-3; Waconda East def. Logan, 15-8,15-7. Third place - Logan del. Osbome, 14-16,157,15-4. Championship - Southern Cloud def. Waconda East, 15-6,13-15,15-10. Basketball NBA exhibition Sunday's results Toronto 78, New York 73 Cleveland 114, Milwaukee 109 (ot) New Jersey 93, Washington 80 LA Clippers 84, Atlanta 82 Sacramento 103, Portland 97 Phoenix 100, Golden Stale 99 Monday's results Indiana 109, Washington 102 Vancouver vs. Seattle at Missoula, Mont., (n) Tuesday's games Houston at New York, 6:30 p.m. Atlanta at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. LA Clippers at Orlando, 6:30 p.m. Philadelphia at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Golden State at Portland, 9 p.m. Boll PGA money POMTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Money leadars on the PGA Tour through the Texas Open, which ended Oct. 13: Tm Monty LPhllMtekelson 22 $1,620.999 2. Mark Brooks 30 $1,379.896 3. Tom Lehman 23 $1.240.159 4. Mark O'Meara 22 $1,196,949 5. Steve Strieker 23 $1.176,739 6. Davis Love III 23 $1,137,939 7. Fred Couples 18 $1,128,694 8. Scott Hoch 26 $958,924 9. David Duval 24 $913.479 10. Greg Norman 17 $891,237 tt.NlckFaldo 16 $889,821 12. Justin Leonard 30 $841.140 13. Tommy Tolles 24 $819,989 14. Ernie Els 19 $804,944 15. Corey Pavln 21 $793,072 16. Kenny Perry 25 $781,079 17.Vi|aySingh 25 $767,540 18. Michael Bradley 25 $766,825 19. Steve Jones 25 $751,844 20.JeffMaggert 25 $747,989 21. Fred Funk 31 $744,734 22. John Cook 24 $737,485 23. Brad Faxon 21 $728,698 24. Loren Roberts 23 $722,438 25. Jim Furyk 27 $672,758 26. Tom Watson 15 $659,238 27. Mark Calcavecchla 28 $565,251 28. Jeff Sluman 29 $549,753 29. Duffy Waldorf 20 $546,516 30. LeeJanzen 28 $540,916 31. Woody Austin 35 $539,397 32. David Ogrin 30 $533,457 33. Bob Tway 24 $525,688 34. Tiger Woods 9 $518,794 35. John Huston 24 $503,917 36. Mark McCumber 15 $487,228 37. Jay Haas 26 $479,219 38. Rocco Mediate 21 $475,255 39. Tim Herron 31 $473,222 40. Clarence Rose 27 $461,899 41. Steve Elklnglon 21 $459,637 42. Craig Parry 24 $454,203 43. Paul Goydos 29 $438,111 44. D.A. Welbrlng 17 $436,275 45. Billy Andrade 29 $433,157 46. Colin Montgomerie 7 $421,011 47. Payne Stewart 25 $407,693 48. Nick Price 16 $402,467 49. Scott McCarron 27 $391,554 50. Paul Stankowskl 25 $390,575 51. Dudley Hart 12 $389,796 52. Jasper Pamevik 19 . $386,674 53. Tom Purtzer 23 $383,669 54. David Frost 24 $382,947 55. Billy Mayfalr 27 $357,654 56. Fuzzy Zoeller 17 $347,629 57. Jay Don Blake 25 $341,798 58. Craig Stadler 19 $336,620 59. Andrew Magee 27 $332,504 60. Russ Cochran 28 $327,891 61. Greg Kraft 27 $324,242 62. John Morse 26 $322,090 63. Kirk Triplet! 23 $321,714 64. Tom Kile 22 $319,326 65. Larry Mize 22 $313,700 66. Scott Simpson 22 $309,648 67. Kelly Gibson 35 $307,228 68. Jerry Kelly 31' $304,348 69. Grant Waite 26 $302,288 70. Emtyn Aubrey 18 $296,005 71.GuyBoros 31 $283,358 72. Larry Nelson 21 $283,243 73. Lennle Clements 23 $281,366 74. Jim Gallagher Jr. 24 $277,740 75. Glen Day . 26 $276,291 LPGA money Money leaders on the LPGA tour through the Betsy King LPGA Classic, which ended Oct. 13: Trn Money LKarrieWebb 22 $827,903 2. Laura Davles 17 $827,483 3. Annlka Sorenstam 18 $667,311 4. Dottle Pepper 22 $579,901 5. Uselotte Neumann 21 $578,757 6. Meg Mallon 23 $503,209 7. Kelly Robblns 24 $502,458 8. Michelle McGann 24 $466,061 9. Emllee Klein 27 $389,043 10. Val Skinner 25 $382,419 11. Patty Sheehan 15 $332,891 12. JanoGeddes 24 $324,697 13. Brandle Burton 24 $286,975 14. Barb Mucha 25 $264,055 15. KrlsTschetter 24 $283,698 16. Marianne Morris 28 $259,562 17. Pat Bradley 21 $252,914 18. Rosla Jones 23 $252,342 19. Caroline Pierce 26 $234,859 20. Penny Hammel 28 $229,829 21.Julllnkster 21 $229,660 22. Pat Hurst 24 $226,440 23. Tracy Kerdyk 28 $221,053 24. Nancy Lopez 17 $202,451 25. Amy Fruhwlrth 27 $199,963 26. Tina Barrett 25 $195,637 27. Joan Pitcock 24 $189,620 28. Chris Johnson 22 $188,801 29. Deb Richard 27 $186,905 30. Barb Whitehead 26 $182,602 31.CatrinN!lsmark 19 $181,700 32. Missie McGeorge 25 $176,248 33. Tracy Hanson 23 $175,695 34. Kim Salki 21 $174,693 35. Julie Piers 28 $173,327 36. Hlroml Kobayashl 22 $169,501 37. Beth Daniel 19 $163,592 38. Tammie Green 17 $158,338 39. Donna Andrews 26 $155,231 40. Mayuml Hlrase 28 $153,772 41. Dale Eggellng 28 $151,911 42. Jane Crafter 18 $143,062 43. Betsy King 26 $136,459 44. Amy Benz 25 $133,641 45. Cathy Johnston-Forbes 27 $130,985 46. Vlckl Fergon 27 $130,578 47. Alison Nicholas 16 $130,556 48. Stefanla Croce 21 $121,732 49. Trish Johnson 18 $120,832 50. Dawn Coe-Jones 21 $120,618 High school CLASS 6-5A REGIONAL At Emporla Municipal Golf Course Par 71 Team scares Manhattan 335, Topaka Washbum Rural 345 Shawnee Heights 356, Emporla 396, Olathe South 409, Sallna South 425, Lawrence 432 Topeka Seaman 440, Olathe North 445, Sallna Central 453. Medalists 1. Undsey Hammerechmldt, M, 79; 2. Sara Payne, TWR, 80; 3. Tonl Dillon, M, 82; 4. Beth Holden, SH, 83; 5. Jaml White, TWR, 83; 6 Christy Kltterman, M, 86; 7. Erin Matyak, SH, 88 8. Tara Lundburg, M, 88; 9. Sara Mitchell, SS 88; 10. Becky Wiley, E, 88. Other Sallna South Individuals Katie Graham, 102; Stacey Ramage 113 Mona Savo 122, Paige Isaacson 127; Carl Sanchez 130. Sallna Central Individuals Jordanne LaRue 104, Brandl Reddlg 115 Bekah Kickhaefer 116, Cara Campion 118, Kris line Kelly 120, Lori Hoeffner 123. CLASS 4-3-2-1A REGIONAL At Larned Country Club Team scores Lamed 392; Ulysses 417; Syracuse 419; Hols Ington 471; Colby 495; Scott City 513; Lakln 621;Trego534. COLLEGE FOOTBALL STANDINGS Top 10 medalists 1. Jacque Underwood, Lar, 88; 2. Abbey Glndlesberger, U, 92; 3. Meghan Lewis, Syr, 96; . Tandl Strickland, H. 99; 5. Karen Wleland, C, 00; 6. Julie Racette, Lar, 101; 7. Angela Dikeman, Lar, 101; 8. Jackie Zook, Lar, 102; 9. Jann •errell, U. 103; 10. (tie) Angle Lewis, Syr, 106 & Taryn Perez, Lak, 106. Auto racing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Ra. (AP) — The top 20 drivers and money winners on the NASCAR Winston Cup circuit through the Oct. 6 UAW-GM Quality 500: Winston Cup points I, Jeff Gordon, 4,163.2, Terry Labonte, 4,162. 3, Dale Jarrett, 4,071.4, Dale Earnhardt, 3,892. 5, Mark Martin, 3,801. 6, Ricky Rudd, 3,402. 7, Rusty Wallace, 3.398.8. Sterling Mariln, 3,358. 9, Ken Schrader, 3,315.10, Emle Irvan, 3,261. II, Bobby Hamilton, 3,225. 12. Jeff Burton, 3.165.13. Michael Waltrip, 3,164.14, Ted Musgrave, 3,122. 15. Bobby Labonta, 3,107. 16, ilmmy Spencer, 3,107.17, Rick Mast, 2,968.18, Morgan Shepherd, 2,866. 19, Geoff Bodlne, 2,860.20, Ricky Craven, 2,657. Money I, Jeff Gordon, $2,332,853. 2, Dale Jarrett, $2,200,070. 3, Terry Labonle, $1,782,098. 4, Dale Earnhardt, $1,618,241. 5, Mark Martin, 11,423,780.6, Emle Irvan, $1,368,447. 7, Ster- Ing Mariln, $1,225,230. 8, Rusty Wallace, $1,209,547. 9, Ricky Rudd, $1,062,393. 10, Bobby Labonta, $1,019,660. II, Michael Wallrlp, $988,945. 12, Ken ichrader, $918,067. 13, Jimmy Spencer, $858,875. 14, Geoff Bodlne. $850,745. 15, Johnny Benson, $832,555. 16, Ricky Craven, $805,437. 17, Bobby Hamilton, $796,850. 18, Ted Musgrave, $787,562. 19, Ward Burton, $786,224.20, Rick Mast, $770,592. Cross country College results NEBRASKA-KEARNEY INVITATIONAL MEN Top 10 medalists 1. Johnson, Nebraska-Kearney, 33:46.1; 2. Trout, Fort Hays State, 33:52.5; 3. Shanahan, FH, 34:19.4; 4. Fouls, FH, 34:26.2; 5. Nielsen, NK, 35:01.9; 6. J.McCullough, FH, 35:03.5; 7. Seefeldt, unattached, 35:11.4; 8. Vance, Nebraska-Lincoln, 35:12.3; 9. Cardenas, NK, 35:14.0; 10. K.McCullough, FH, 35:17.2. Other Fort Hays State Individuals 12. Wlchael, 35:50.1; 14. Elliott, 36:27.0; 16. Musgrave, 36:52.4; 17. Granados, 36:53.1; 18. Becker, 37:11.3; 25. Mitchell, 38:16.5; 26. Bo- lannon, 38:41.1. WOMEN Top 10 medalists 1. Thompson, NK, 19:51.3; 2. West, FH, 20:01.0; 3. Fein, NL, 20:03.8; 4. Russell, FH, 20:09.6; 5. Wayne, NK, 20:39.8; 6. Weatherman, FH, 20:46.5; 7. Green, FH, 20:51.5; 8. Cook, NK, 20:56.5; 9. Llghtwine, FH, 21:03.6; 10. Lakey, 21:16.9. Other Fort Hays State Individuals 16. Saenger, 22:01.8; 17. Pryor, 22:05.7. Recreation SPR scores MEN'S SLOWPITCH League 7 - Bowman's Crew 21-18, Raytheon Rat Pak 8-3; House of Sight & Sound 19-9, Team Repco 18-22; Big Donkey's 16-18, Sallna Planning Mill 3-3. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Announced that RHP Stan Belinda will seek free agency. Claimed RHP Ricky Trilcek off waivers from the New York Mats. DETROIT TIGERS—Signed INF Damlon Easley. Claimed INF Dave Hajek off waivers from the Houston Astros. Added RHP Fernando Hernandez to the 40-mah roster. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Re-signed INF Blp Roberts to a one-year contract. Anounced that C Henry Mercedes and RHP Julio Valera have become free agents. Added OF Michael Tucker and RHP Mark Gublcza to the 40-man roster. Assigned RHP Kris Ralston and RHP Jim Converse to Omaha of Die American Association. National League CINCINNATI REDS—Claimed RHP Tim Scott off waivers from the San Francisco Giants. COLORADO ROCKIES—Sent RHP David Nied and OF Alan Cockrell to Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Waived RHP Tim Scott. Sent OF Dax Jones to Phoenix of the PCL. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NEW YORK KNICKS—Signed G Scott Brooks. FOOTBALL National Football League NFL—Named Don Garber senior vice president and managing director of the newly created NFL International. Promoted David Newman to vice president ol events lor NFL Properties. CINCINNATI BENGALS—Signed DE Todd Kelly to a two-year contract. Released DE Kenny Davidson. NEW YORK JETS—Placed C David Alexander on injured reserve. Signed T David Fiore. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Signed CB Tony Stargell. Activated DL Kerry Kicks from the practice squad. Placed WR Victor Bailey and LB Tracy Rogers on Injured reserve. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Signed CB Michael Swift to the practice squad. HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS—Assigned C Joe Day to Baltimore ol the AHL. HARTFORD WHALERS—Sent D Marek Malik and F Kent Mandervllle to Springfield of the AHL. NEW JERSEY DEVILS—Activated C Steve Sullivan from Injured reserve and assigned him to Albany ol the AHL. Assigned D Ricard Panson and LW Reid Simpson to Albany on conditioning assignments. PHOENIX COYOTES—Signed C Jeremy Roanick to a multlyear contract. Sent C Juha Ylonen (o Springfield ol the AHL. SAN JOSE SHARKS-Asslgned RW Chris Tanclll to Kentucky of the AHL COLLEGE NORTHEAST CONFERENCE—Announced that Central Connecticut State, Qulnnlplac College and Sacred Heart have accepted Invitations to join the conference.' ALLEGHENY—Announced the resignation of Rick Creehan, athletics director, effective after the 1997 season. Announced that Mike Ferris, assistant athletics director, will replace him. COLORADO—Announced the three-game suspensions of Chauncey Blllups and Howard Frier for misusing university telephone calling cards. ATLANTIC COAST Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Florida St. 4 0 142 27 5 0 176 43 N.Carollna 4 1 144 26 51 171 36 Ga. Tech 4 1 119 71 41 119 71 Virginia 2 1 70 23 4 1 162 57 Clemson 2 2 37 95 3 3 80 136 N.Caro.St. 1 2 67 87 14 107 153 Maryland 0 3 18 93 2 4 87 127 Duke 0 3 35 105 0 6 92 242 Wk.Forest 0 4 33 138 2 4 80 178 BIO EAST Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Syracuse. 3 0 149 28 32 192 90 W.Virginia 2 0 68 17 6 0 145 41 Miami 2 0 78 0 4 1 176 47 Va. Tech 3 1 134 73 41 155 91 Pittsburgh 1 3 60 186 25 147 314 Boston Col. 0 2 24 79 33 129 175 Temple 0 2 62 91 1 5 130 214 Rulg«rs 0 3 14 106 1 5 79 185 BIQ10 Conltrsncs All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Nrthwslm 3 0 78 57 61 171 105 Ohio St. 2 0 55 21 5 0 226 44 lovya 2 0 68 40 41 147 100 Penn St. 2 1 61 72 61 199 86 Mich. St. Michigan Illinois Purdue Minnesota Wisconsin Indiana Colorado Nebraska Kansas St. Kansas Iowa St. Missouri Texas Tech Texas Texas A&M Oklahoma Baylor Okla.St. Nevada Utah St. Idaho 2 1 124 65 1 1 36 25 1 2 68 105 2 58 110 0 2 51 56 0 2 34 40 0 3 70 112 BIO. 12 North Conference W L PF PA 59 23 88 3 2 1 59 63 1 1 69 54 1 1 66 55 0 3 51 120 South 3 1 120 65 2 1 138 54 1 1 34 45 1 1 54 79 0 2 24 94 0 3 30 137 BIO WEST Conference W L PF PA 1 0 66 28 1 0 53 21 0000 3 205 150 1 114 61 4 109 208 4 106 186 2 142 115 2 124 60 4 131 135 2 0 2 0 All Games L PF PA 1 167 96 1 208 45 1 187 73 2 198 126 3 159 157 4 132 189 2 190 100 3 216 125 3 211 128 4 116 181 2 104 133 3 114 183 All Guns* W L PF PA 4 2 259 171 3 4 208 230 2 3 170 157 N. Texas Boise St. NMex SI. S.Miss. Houston Memphis Louisville Tulane Cincinnati Toledo Miami, 0. Bowl. Grn Ball St. Ohio U. CentMlch. Kent E. Mich. Akron W.Michigan Ariz. SI. California 0000 2 0 1 28 66 1 0 1 21 53 0 CONFERENCE USA Conference W L PF PA 1 0 24 7 0 37 20 1 2 1 55 63 1 1 30 44 1 2 84 54 0 2 30 52 MID-AMERICAN Conference W L PF PA 3 0 76 33 4 1 171 65 3 1 92 85 2 1 64 48 2 .1 78 44 2 2 121 105 1 2 62 112 1 3 61 78 1 4 68 152 0 4 62 112 PAC-10 Conference W L PF PA W 3 0 135 103 6 2 0 70 67 5 4 68 188 6 140 253 6 49 232 All Games L PF PA 1 156 92 2 196 165 3 91 140 3 118 116 3 113 62 4 101 137 All Games L PF PA 1 112 97 3 208 116 2 119 122 3 126 119 3 126 119 4 221 219 4 146 239 6 78 177 6 93 211 7 109 216 All Games L PF PA 0 262 117 0 190 134 So. Cal. Wash. St. Washngln Stanford UCLA Arizona Oregon St. Oregon Florida Tennessee S.Carolina Georgia Vanderbllt Kentucky Alabama Auburn LSU Mississippi Miss. St. Arkansas BYU 2 1 75 48 2 1 105 61 2 1 100 68 1 1 33 51 1 1 75 64 1 2 58 71 0 3 62 118 0 4 117 171 SOUTHEASTERN EMI Conference W L PF PA W 4 0 198 49 2 1 99 55 2 2 82 70 1 2 69 71 0 3 35 91 0 3 21 125 West 3 0 88 40 3 1 137 86 2 1 67 71 1 2 61 95 1 2 48 97 0 2 14 59 WESTERN ATHLETIC Mountain Conference W L PF PA W 3 0 111 45 6 2 163 82 2 214 168 2 149 139 3 68 84 3 148 137 3 142 95 6 86 195 4 226 256 All Games L PF PA 0 315 84 1 198 76 3 122 107 3 91 94 4 61 112 5 41 187 0 153 76 1 226 86 1 165 112 2 120 116 3 102 145 3 100 124 All Games L PF PA 1 272 137 Utah Tulsa Rice TCU New Mex. SMU Tx-EIPaso Wyoming San Diego St. Air Force Colo. St. Fresno St. San Jose St. Hawaii UNLV 3 0 100 61 1 1 30 31 1 1 55 66 1 1 25 27 1 2 62 62 1 2 37 62 0 3 62 78 Pacific 4 0 166 62 1 0 56 8 3 1 174 56 2 1 77 62 2 1 65 63 1 3 66 143 0 4 24 170 0 4 82 196 1 179 133 2 97 105 3 90 184 3 69 121 2 156 109 4 103 118 4 106 114 0 289 168 1 184 102 2 191 76 4 209 219 3 92 155 6 109 265 6 75 229 7 119 364 MAJOR INDEPENDENTS Army Navy NotreDama Ala.-Blrmlngham E.Carollna NE U. • SW U. U. Tech Ark. SI. Cent. Fla. N.llllnols L PF PA 0 180 81 1 161 110 1 146 80 2 105 102 2 112 73 3 85 165 3 180222 ' 4 177 222 4 128 180 4 115 148 6 64 187 SPORTS DIGEST No Bull The Associated Press Bull rider Brian Herman of Victoria, Texas gets stomped by Strawberry Wine during the final round of the Professional Bull Riders World Finals Sunday In Las Vegas. Herman got the wind knocked out of him and received a facial contusion. Baseball NEW YORK — Helped by the New York Yankees, the AL championship series easily outdrew the NL playoffs over the weekend in the competition for television viewers. Friday night's third game of the AL playoffs between Baltimore and New York got a 10.0 rating and 19 share on NBC. Game 3 of the St. Louis-Atlanta series got a 6.6 overnight rating and 11 share Saturday afternoon on Fox. That night's game between the Yankees and Orioles'received an 11.0 overnight rating and 20 share on NBC. Sunday afternoon's AL pennant clincher got a 10.8 overnight rating and 22 share. St. Louis' victory Sunday night got a 10.8 overnight rating and 17 share. The rating is the percentage of televisions tuned to a program, and each point represents 959,000 homes. Basketball INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Pacers coach Larry Brown will have surgery for a double hernia Tuesday evening and will miss the team's trip to Europe for two preseason games. Brown also will undergo arthroscopic knee surgery, Pacers spokesman David Benner said Monday before Indiana's exhibition game against the Washington Bullets. Assistants Gar Heard, Billy King and Herb Brown will split coaching during practice, and King will likely handle coaching duties during the games, Benner said. INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Kobe Bryant, making the transition from high school to the NBA, received full medical clearance Monday to practice and play for the Los Angeles Lakers. Bryant, acquired by the Lakers from Charlotte over the summer for Vlade Divac, fractured his left wrist — not his shooting hand — in a pickup game Sept. 2 at Venice Beach. The Hornets made Bryant the 13th overall selection in last June's NBA draft. The trade was rumored on draft day — June 26 — but not made official until two weeks later. Bryant will make his professional debut Wednesday night when the Lakers face the Dallas Mavericks in Fresno, Calif. Boxing Football Golf SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Wilfredo Benitez, a three-time world boxing champion, was in critical condition Monday, three days after he was found. comatose in his San Juan suburban home. Benitez, 38, who suffers from post-traumatic encephalitis, or inflamation of the brain, was taken to an area emergency room Friday after his mother found him passed out in bed in Ms home. He was later transferred to the nearby University Hospital in San Juan for specialized treatment. "Benitez is still unconscious and his state of health is extremely delicate," a hospital official said Thursday, on condition of anonymity. "He cannot talk," he added. PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Rhode Island's forfeit of this Saturday's game at Connecticut is a first in the 50-year history of the Yankee Conference and may be the only one of its kind in NCAA history, officials said Monday. Rhode Island president Robert Carothers announced last week that the Rams would forfeit the Oct. 19 game as punishment against players who beat up three fraternity brothers. Rick Campbell, a statistician at NCAA headquarters in Overland Park said he knows of no other forfeit in NCAA history similar to URI's. NEW YORK — Mark Calcavecchia was disqualified from the Texas Open on Monday when he pointed out that he signed an incorrect scorecard. The act of honesty cost Calcavecchia $10,817. Calcavecchia remained 27th on the PGA Tour money list after the disqualification, but it moved him closer to those players trying to break into the top 30 and qualify for the season-ending Tour Championship. Woody Austin is 31st going into the Disney Classic this week, the final event before the Tour Championship. Austin is $26,028 behind Calcavecchia. Tiger Woods, in 34th place, trails Calcavecchia by $46,457 and is $22,122 behind No. 30 Lee Janzen. 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