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JMI WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 7 p.m. — National League Championship Series, St. Louis at Atlanta, FOX, cable 4,7. HOCKEY 8:90 p.m. —Pittsburgh at NY Rangers. ESPN, cable 38. 9:30 p.m. - Philadelphia at Anaheim, ES- PN2, cable 39. RADIO GENERAL 5:30 p.m. — Coons Ught SportstalK Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. Baseball Playoff schedule By The Associated Press All Times CDT DIVISION SERIES American League New York 3, Texas 1 Texas 6, New York 2 New York 5, Texas 4,12 Innings New York 3, Texas 2 New York 6, Texas 4 Baltimore 3, Cleveland 1 Baltimore 10, Cleveland 4 Baltimore 7, Cleveland 4 Cleveland 9, Baltimore 4 ' Baltimore 4, Cleveland 3,12 Innings National League St. Louis 3, San Diego 0 St. Louis 3, San Diego 1 SL Louis 5, San Diego 4 SI Louis 7, San Diego 5 Atlanta 3, Los Angeles 0 Atlanta 2, Los Angeles 1,10 Innings Atlanta 3, Los Angeles 2 Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 2 LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES American Lssgue New York 4, Baltimore 1 New York 5, Baltimore 4,111nnings Baltimore 5, New York 3 New York 5, Baltimore 2 New York 8, Baltimore 4 New York 6, Baltimore 4 National League (Fox) Wednesday, Oct. 9 Atlanta 4, SL Louis 2 Thursday, Oct. 10 SL Louis 8, Atlanta 3 Saturday, Oct. 12 SL Louis 3, Atlanta 2 Sunday, Oct. 13 SL Louis 4, Atlanta 3 Monday, Oct. 14 Atlanta 14, SL Louis 0, St. Louis leads series 3-2 Wednesday, Oct. 16 v St. Louis (Osbome 13-9) at Atlanta (Maddux 15-11), 7:11 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 SI Louis at Atlanta. 7:11 p.m., if necessary WORLD SERIES (Fox) Saturday, Oct 19 NL champion at New York, 7:01 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 NL at New York, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22 New York at NL, 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 New York at NL, 7:18 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 New York at NL, 7:15 p.m., if necessary Saturday, Oct 26 NL at New York, 7:01 p.m., if necessary Sunday, Oct 27 NL at New York, 6:35 p.m.. if necessary Today in baseball By The Associated Press Oct 16 1909—The Pittsburgh Pirates won the World Series as rookie Babe Adams registered his third victory by beating the Detroit Tigers 8-0 In the seventh game. ' -1912 — Fred Snodgrass dropped a fly ball in the 10th inning that helped the Boston Red Sox score two runs and take the World Series from the New York Giants. 1962 — With the tying and winning runs In scoring position, San Francisco's Willie McCovey hit a hard line drive at second baseman Bobby Richardson lor the final out and the New York Yankees won 1 -0 In Game 7 for their 20th World Series title. 1969 — The New York Mets won their fourth straight game from the Baltimore Orioles, 5-3, behind Jerry Koosman and took the World Series in five games. 1975 — Tony Perez broke an O-for-15 slump with two home runs to power the Cincinnati Reds to a 6-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox In Game 5 of the World Series. 1963 — Eddie Murray hit two homers and Scott McGregor pitched a ftve-hltter to give Baltimore Orioles a 5-0 victory, their fourth straight, over the Philadelphia Phillies and the World Series In five games. 1985 — The Kansas City Royals captured the American League pennant with a 6-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 7, capping a comeback from a 3 games to 1 deficit In the playoff. 1985—Jack Clark's three-run homer with two out In the top of the ninth gave the SI Louis Cardinals a 7-5 come-from-behlnd victory over the Us Angeles Dodgers and the National League pennant. Today's birthday: Juan Gonzalez, 27. Baltimore at Denver, 3 p.m. Buffalo at New York Jets. 3 p.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. NFL summary MONDAY NIGHTS GAME PACKERS 23, 49ERS 20 (OT) SF First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns Kfckoff Returns Interceptions Ret. Comp-Att-lnl Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 VOLLEYBALL Kansas Wesleyan at Ottawa, 6 p.m. Penalties-Yards Time ol Possession 14 28-74 179 1-12 7-149 2-27 21-39-2 1-3 9-41.7 0-0 9-65 28:57 OB 24 26-68 378 6-28 5-94 2-0 28-61-2 2-17 6-39.8 1-0 2-24 34:44 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—San Francisco, Vardell 8-31, Kirby 10-27, Lynn 3-11, Loville 3-4, Grbac 4-1. Green Bay, Favre 6-24. Bennett 7-18. Levens 10-16, Henderson 3-10. PASSING—San Francisco. Grbac 21-39-2182. Green Bay, Favre 28-61-2-395. RECEIVING—San Francisco, Rice 7-84, Vardell 6-44, Kirby 4-15, Popson 3-39, Loville 10. Green Bay, Beebe 11-220, Freeman 6-71, Howard 4-30, Jackson 2-53, Henderson 2-12. Mayes 1-5, Bennett 1-3, Levens 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. SCORING SUMMARY San Francisco 0 17 0 3 0—20 Green Bay 6 0 B 6 3—23 First Quarter GB—FG Jacke 30. 9:37. GB—FGJacke 25,12:02. •$ Second Quarter Si'— FG Wilkins 48,7:45. SF—Rice 7 pass from Grbac (Wilkins kick), 12:40. SF—Rice 13 pass from Grbac (Wilkins kick), 14:37. Third Quarter GB—Beebe 59 pass from Favre (Bennett pass from Favre), 7:46. Fourth Quarter GB—FGJacke 35,11:25. SF—FG Wilkins 28,13:10. GB—FGJacka 31,14:52. Overtime GB—FGJacke 53,3:41. A-60,716. NFL statistics By The Associated Press TEAM AVERAGE PER GAME • American Football League Offense Yards Rush Denver Oakland Jacksonville Pittsburgh New England Baltimore New York Jets Houston Miami Seattle San Diego Buffalo Kansas City Indianapolis Cincinnati Moulds, Buf. Coleman, S.D. 22.9 22.8 Martin, S.D. Martin. N.E. Abdul-Jabbar. Mia. 6 T. Brown, Oak. 6 Alexander,. Bal. 5 Sharps, Den. 5 Stewart, Jac. 16 367 16 365 Scoring Touchdowns TO Ruth flee 707 6 4 2 Rtt Pti 0 42 0 38 Carney. S.D. Del Greco. Hou. N. Johnson, Pit. Vlnalieri, N.E. Blanchard, Ind. Holds. Jac. Ford. Oak. Pelfrey. Cin. Kicking PAT FG 13-13 18-18 15-15 12-12 9-11 10-10 13-13 18-18 11-11 14-17 13-18 14-20 11-12 10-13 8-11 10-12 157.2 139.3 97.3 143.8 110.0 112.5 99.3 125.7 107.3 97.3 91.0 111.5 104.0 103.8 93.8 Pass 213.2 221.3 251.9 192.3 224.2 217.0 218.6 191.7 197.0 205.2 205.7 181.5 185.7 180.3 177.8 370.3 360.6 349.1 336.2 334.2 329.5 317.9 317.3 304.3 302.5 296.7 293.0 289.7 284.2 271.7 Defense Yards Rush Pass Denver 251.7 82.0 169.7 Pittsburgh 262.3 101.0 161.3 Buffalo 264.3 101.7 162.7 Miami 290.2 77.5 212.7 Jacksonville • 301.1 103.3 197.9 Oakland 303.6 96.3 207.3 Kansas City 307.5 106.5 201.0 Houston 307.7 ' 92.3 215.3 Baltimore 310.7 113.2 197.5 Indianapolis 315.2 ' 86.2 229.0 Seattle 322.3 143.5 178.8 Cincinnati 324.6 101.5 223.3 New England 335.3 89.8 245.5 New York Jets 341.9 140.6 201.3 San Diego 369.3 105.7 263.7 National Football Conference Offense Yards Rush Pass Green Bay 360.6 116.0 244.6 Detroit 342.7 106.1 236.6 San Francisco 338.0 118.8 219.2 Philadelphia ' 331.3 121.0 210.3 Minnesota 331.3 111.6 219.7 Washington 322.2 132.7 189.5 Atlanta 319.5 89.2 230.3 Carolina 303.0 111.8 191.2 Chicago 298.7 97.6 201.1 Arizona 298.5 105.3 193.2 New Orleans 288.4 84.3 204.1 Dallas 279.0 99.8 179.2 Tampa Bay 247.3 85.2 162.2 New York Giants 210.7 97.2 113.5 National Football Conference Quarterbacks Alt Com Yds TO In) Favre. G.B. 240 139 1787 21 5 Mitchell. Del. 247 144 1753 14 8 Frerotte. Was. 155 90 1181 5 3 S. Young. S.F. 87 57 604 1 1 Grbac, S.F. 121 69 712 6 4 K. Graham, Ariz 152 86 916 6 4 Everett, N.O. 234 137 1481 8 7 J. George. All. 99 56 698 3 3 Alkman. Dal. 183 109 1116 5 5 Peete. Phi. 134 80 992 3 5 Rushers AH Yds Avg 158 Rob. Smith, Min. Sanders, Del. Allen. Was. Walters, Phi. E. Smith. Dal. Anderson. All. Bennett, G.B. Hampton. NY-G L Johnson, Ariz Johnson, Car. 129 136 129 126 80 95 110 51 63 693 598 590 576 482 432 397 375 336 303 3.4 Moore. Del. Rice, S.F. Centers. Ariz Conway, Chi. Carter. Mln. Parrtman, Del. Reed, Min. Freeman, G.B. Bruce. St.L Jones, Phi. LG TD 4.4 57 3 4.6 541 3 4.3 491 4.5 56t 3.8 18 5.4 24 4.2 23 25 701 29 Receivers No Yds Avg 55 723 13,1 578 13.4 315 7.3 13.3 13.4 10.9 18.7 15.5 14.5 12.3 558 510 359 597 481 435 356 LG 501 39 20 581 40 34 71 50t 491 38 Washington St. minus 31/2 vs. California Miami minus 17 vs. East Carolina Baylor minu« 8 vs. Oklahoma LSU minus 251/2 vs. Kentucky San Diego St. minus 7 at New Mexico Arizona St. minus 7 vs. Southern Cal NFL Thursday Kansas City minus 9 vs. Seattle Sunday Dallas minus 15 vs. Atlanta Philadelphia minus 3 vs. Miami Indianapolis minus 31/2 vs. New England Washington minus 71/2 vs. N.Y. Giants Carolina minus 7 vs. New Orleans Denver minus 10 vs. Baltimore San Francisco minus 141/2 vs. Cincinnati Pittsburgh OFF at Houston Buffalo minus 7 at N.Y. Jets Arizona minus 3 vs. Tampa Bay Jacksonville minus 11/2 at St. Louis Monday San Diego minus 31/2 vs. Oakland Big 12 standings BIQ 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Games Colorado Nebraska Kansas Stale Kansas Iowa Slate Missouri W 2 2 2 1 1 0 South Division Conference W 4 4 5 3 2' 2 All Games W 3 2 1 1 0 0 W 4 3 Furlan, Italy, 7-5, 4-6. 6-3. Bohdan Ullhrach (8), Czech Republic, del. Daniel Vacek, Czech Republic, 6-2,3-6,7-5. Joost Winning, Netherlands, del. Michael Tabara. Czech Republic, 6-4,4-6.7-5. Todd Martin (5). Ponte Vedra Beach. Fla., del. Jan Kroslak, Slovakia. 6-3, 6-4. David Prtnosil, Germany, del. Richard Kra|lcek (4). Netherlands, 6-4,6-3. Michael Stich (6), Germany, def. Sandon Stolle, Australia. 7-6 (8-6), 6-2. European Indoor ZURICH. Switzerland (AP) — Results Tuesday of the $926,000 European Indoor tournament (seedlngs In parentheses): Singles First Round Martina Hingis (5), Switzerland, def. Naoko Sawamatsu, Japan, 6-0,8-1. Karina Habsudova, Slovakia, del. Markela Kochta. Germany, 6-3, 6-4. Barbara Schett, Austria, def. Helena Sukova, Czech Republic, 6-4,2-6,6-2. Lisa Raymond, Wayne, Pa., def. Natasha Zvereva. Belarus, 6-2,7-5. Judith Wlesner, Austria, def. Nathalie Tauzlat, France, 0-6,6-4,6-3. Jennifer Capriati, Wesley Chapel, Fla., def. Gabrlela Saballnl, Argentina, 6-3,6-4. Basketball Punters Sauerbrun, Chi. Landela, St.L Turk, Was. Hentrich, G.B. Royals, Del. Bamhardt, T.B. Thompson, S.F. Horan, NY-G Mutton, Phi. Feagles. Ariz No Yds LG Avg 38 1800 72 47.4 31 1430 63 46.1 32 1449 59 45.3 31 1363 63 44.0 39 1705 60 43.7 29 1264 62 43.6 30 1298.57 43.3 42 1809 57 43.1 28 1202 59 42.9 35 1497 58 42.8 Kennison, SI.L Toomer, NY-G Oliver, Car. Palmer, Mln. Metcalf, All. Seay, Phi. Howard, G.B. Carter, S.F. Mitchell. Was. Dowdell, Ariz St. Louis Football NFL standings By The Associated Press All Times CDT AMERICAN CONFERENCE East Indianapolis Buffalo Miami New England N.Y. Jets Pittsburgh Houston Jacksonville Baltimore Cincinnati Denver Kansas City San Diego .Oakland Seattle Central 1 0 2 0 4 0 4 0 5 0 West 1 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 0 Pet PF PA .833 115 87 .667 79 95 .667 140 66 .500 147 131 .000 92 187 .833 131 80 .667 151 130 .429 137 136 .333 125 156 .167 107 132 .833 144 93 .667 117 92 .667 145 144 .429 156 134 .333 93 153 Dallas Green Bay Philadelphia San Francisco Arizona Minnesota Carolina New York Giants Detroit Chicago New Orleans Atlanta Tampa Bay St. Louis Washington 207.0 Defense Yards 231.6 250.3 277.5 281.7 298.5 300.9 301.5 324.2 325.0 332.1 338.0 345.2 346.7 349.8 70.2 136.8 350.3 Rush 89.2 75.0 98.8 78.0 104.3 108.6 103.2 139.0 108.1 115.6 145.6 119.5 140.8 126.8 140.2 Pass 142.7 175.3 178.7 203.7 194.2 192.3 198.3 185.2 216.9 216.6 192.4 225.7 205.8 223.0 210.2 Bates, Car. Witherspn, Phi. Engram, Chi. Beebe, G.B. K.Williams, Dal. Hughes, N.O. Mitchell, Was. Milbum, Del* Wheatley, NY-G Metcalf, All. Punt Returner* No Yds Avg 183 20.3 289 350 138 147 145 372 133 98 136 Klckoff Returners. No Yds Avg 417 32.1 442 27.6 248 344 9 17 23 10 11 11 32 13 10 14 17.0 15.2 13.8 13.4 13.2 11.6 10.2 •9.8 9.7 27.6 26.5 26.1 25.9 25.2 25.0 23.6 23.6 LG 661 871 841 691 33 56 651 39 27 21 LG 93t 971 45 90t 36 58 50 49 43 55 Allen, Was. Moore, Del. Jackson, G.B. E. Smith, Dal. Mathis, All. Freeman, G.B. Rice, S.F. Walls, Car. Wallers, Phi. Jacke, G.B. Kasay, Car. Wilkins, S.F. Slsson, Min. Anderson, Phi. Brien, N.O. Boniol, Dal. Hanson, Det. Blanton, Was. Husted, T.B. Scoring Touchdowns TD Rush Rec 7 7 Kicking PAT 25-26 12-13 16-16 13-13 12-1 a 10-10 11-11 21-21 16-16 .6- 6 0 7 6 1 5 5 4 5 0 FG 12-15 15-18 13-15 12-15 11-13 10-11 9-13 5- 7 6- 9 9-10 Ret 0 0 0 • o 0 0 0 0 0 LG 53 53 48 44 46 54 52 51 50 48 Pts 42 42 36' 36 32 30 30 30 30 Pts 61 57 55 49 45 40 38 36 34 33 -Washington Philadelphia 2 4 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pel PF 5 Arizona N.Y. Giants Green Bay Minnesota Detroit Chicago Tampa Bay .Carolina San Francisco New Orleans St. Louis Atlanta Central 1 0 2 0 3 0 5 0 5 0 West 2 0 2 0 5 0 5 0 6 0 PA .833 130 78 .667 125 121 .500 104 79 .333 85 148 .333 68 116 .857 227 92 .714 127 116 .571 162 124 .286 104 152 .167 69 139 .667 145 84 .667 155 85 .286 114 161 .167 88 171 .000 95 175 INDIVIDUAL American Football Conference Quarterbacks At! Com Yds TD Int Harbaugh, Ind. 155 95 1160 7 2 Chandler, Hou. 165 97 1150 10 4 Brunell, Jac. 230 145 1875 11 8 Testaverde. Bal. 192 114 1404 11 6 Elway, Den. 203 128 1386 11 8 Humphries, S.D. 211 123 1301 9 3 Hosteller, Oak. 172 107 1148 12 9 Tomczak, Pit. 137 83 1101 5 6 Bledsoe, N.E. 250 136 1439 10 4 Bono, K.C. 201 113 1204 8 5 Rushers Att Yds Avg LG TD 139 129 115 127 124 105 . 116 119 633 623 575 516 496 455 421 4.6 431 4.8 651 5.0 76 Beltls, Pit. Davis, Den. George, Hou. Martin, N.E. Munell, NY-J Byner, Bal. Stewart, Jac. Thomas, Bui. 119 392 3.3 19t Abdul-Jabbar, Mia. 105 354 3.4 29 Kaufman, Oak. 47 320 6.8 77 Receivers No Yds Avg LG TD T. Brown, Oak. 43 454 10.6 25 6 Chrebet, NY-J 40 457 11.4 44 1 Sharpe, Den. 39 469 12.0 29 5 Martin, S.D. 37 422 11.4 411 7 Pickens. Cln. 36 411 11.4 46 2 McCardell, Jac. 34 443 13.0 49 2 Smith, Jac. 31 445 14.4 62 4 Coates. N.E. 31 305 9.6 291 4 Glenn, N.E. 30 403 13.4 371 1 Reed, Buf. 29 397 13.7 601 2 NFL injury report NEW YORK (AP) — The National Football League Injury report for this Thursday's game as provided by the league: Thursday SEATTLE (2-4) AT KANSAS CITY (4-2) — Seahawks: Doubtful: DL Matt UBounty (knee); Questionable: LB Terry Wooden (hamstring); Probable: DE Antonio Edwards (knee), WR Ronnie Harris (chicken pox), G Pete Kendall (knee), LB James Logan (leg). Chiefs: Out: WR Victor Bailey (knee-Injured reserve), LB Tracy Rogers (thumb-injured reserve). Questionable: CB James Hasty (wrist), TE Derrick Walker (shoulder), S William White (ankle); Probable: T John Alt (back), G Tom Bamdt (knee). Career receiving By The Associated Press Through Oct. 14 The career leaders In receiving yards in the National Football League (x-actlve): Yards 1. x-Jarry Rice 15.701 2. Jamas Lofton 14,004 3 Steve Urgent 13,089 4. x-Art Monk 12,721 5. x-Henry Ellard 12,527 6. Charlie Joiner 12,146 7. Don Maynard 11,834 8. Gary Clark 10.856 9. Stanley Morgan 10,716 10. x-Andre Reed 10,445 11. Harold Jackson 10.372 12. Lance Arworth 10,266 13. DreW Hill 9,831 14. Raymond Berry 9,275 \5. Charley Taylor 9,110 16. Harold Carmichael 8,985 17. Fred Blletnlkofl 8,974 tie. Mark Clayton 8,974 19. Wes Chandler 8,966 20. Roy Green 8,965 Punters Sunday'* Games Pallas 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, New York Jels 17 Carolina 45, SL Louis 13 Washington 27, New England 22 Oakland 37, Detroit 21 , Philadelphia 19. New York Giants 10 > Indianapolis 26. Baltimore 21 Open date: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego. ' Snaffle Monday'* Own* Green Bay 23, San Francisco 20, OT Thursday, Oct 17 • Seattle at Kansas City, 7 p.m. '' Sunday, Oct. W Atlanta at Dallas, 12 p.m. Miami at Philadelphia, 12 p.m. , New England at Indianapolis, 12 pjji. New Orleans at Carolina, 12 p.m. New York Giants at Washington, 12 p.m. V L. Johnson, Cln. Bennett, S.D. Kkfd, Mia. Hanson, NY-J Tuten, Sea. Gardockl, Ind. Montgomery, Bal. Agular, K.C. Tupa, N.E. Mohr, Buf. Punt Returners No Yds Avg Da.Gordon, S.D. 16 312 19.5 Hudson, Jac. 13 201 15.5 Meggelt, N.E. 23 296 13.0 Gray, Hou. 10 125 12.5 Sawyer, Cin. 6 99 12.4 Galloway, Sea. 12 142 11.8 Klnchen, Den. 24 281 11.7 Harrison, Ind. 14 153 10.9 Hastings, Pit. 13 126 9.7 Copeland. Buf. 14 119 8.5 Klckoff Returners No Yds Avg 14 370 22 581 14 357 No Yds LG Avg 31 1531 67 49.4 30 1455 66 48.5 32 1495 63 46.7 36 1676 69 46.6 31 1435 63 46.3 31 1422 56 45.9 25 1103 67 44.1 33 1446 68 43.8 19 822 56 43.3 44 1882 80 42.8 Jordan, Jac. Gray, Hou. Hebron, Den. Arnold, Pit. Bailey, Ind. Broussard, Sea. Woods, K.C. KKW, Oak. 203 350 604 486 253 26.4 26.4 25.5 25.4 25.0 23.2 23.1 23.0 LG 811 60 40 40 62 681 40 31 33 19 LG 73 88 48 30 50 66 66 48 Harrah's Odds RENO. Nev (AP) — Odds lor the college and professional football games this week from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday Georgia minus 151/2 vs. Vanderbllt Georgia Tech minus 41/2 at Clemson West Virginia minus 21 at Temple Boston Coll. minus 13 vs. Rutgers Penn St. minus 10 vs. Iowa Michigan minus 22 vs. Indiana Florida minus 211/2 vs. Auburn Virginia minus 19 vs. N. Carolina St. South Carolina OFF vs. Arkansas Cincinnati minus 1 vs. Houston Maryland minus 8 vs. Wake Forest Army minus 61/2 vs. Tulane Nebraska minus 22 at Texas Tech Colorado minus 71/2 at Kansas Texas A&M pick vs. Kansas St. Wisconsin minus 4 vs. Northwestern Alabama minus 13 vs. Mississippi Utah minus 17 vs. Texas Christian Wyoming minus 14 vs. Fresno St. Notre Dame minus 21 vs. Air Force Brigham Young minus 10 at Tulsa Rice minus 1 vs. Southern Meth. Oklahoma St. minus 1 vs. Iowa St. Ohio St. minus 25 at Purdue Washington minus 61/2 vs. UCLA Southern Miss, minus 141/2 vs. Memphis Colorado St. minus 20 vs. San Jose St. Stanford minus 9 at Oregon SI. Michigan St. minus 4 at Minnesota Texas Tech Texas Texas A&M Oklahoma Baylor Oklahoma State Saturday's games Colorado at Kansas, 11:30 a.m.; Iowa State at Oklahoma State, 2 p.m.; Nebraska at Texas Tech, 2:30 p.m.; Kansas State at Texas A&M, 6 p.m.; Oklahoma at Baylor, 6 p.m. Juco rankings COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - The top 15 teams In the National Junior College Athletic Association football poll with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Oct. 14 and total points: Record Pts 1. Bllnn, Texas (7) W 116 2. Dixie, Utah (2) ' 64 111 3. Coffeyvtlle, Kan. (1) 6-0 97. 4. Snow, Utah . 6-0 84 '5. N.D. State-Wahpeton 6-0 68 6. Nassau. N.Y. . 64 67 7. Ellsworth, Iowa . 64 57 8. Garden City, Kan. 6-1 46 9. East Central, Miss. 54 34 10. Tyler. Texas 5-1 28 11. Grand Rapids, Mich. 6-1 23 12. Glendale, Ariz. 5-2 17 13. Vermilion, Minn 8-0 10 14. Butler County, Kan. 5-2 8 15. Montgomery, Md. 5-1 7 High school CONSENSUS RANKINGS Class 6A 1. Olalhe North, 64.2. Lawrence, 5-1.3. Manhattan, 54. 4, tie. Washbum Rural, 64, and Garden City, 4-1. Class SA 1. Liberal, 54.2. Wichita Carroll, 64.3. Sall- na Central, 5-1. 4. Andover, 5-1. 5. Arkansas City, 5-1. Class 4A 1. Paola, 64.2. Ulysses, 64.3. Fort Scott, 60.4. Andale, 64.5, tie. Wellington, 5-1, and Sa- belha, 64. Class 3A 1. Norton, 64.2. Smith Center, 64.3. Wichita Collegiate. 64.4. Rlley County, 64. 5. Southeast of Saline, 64. Class 2-1A 1. Ell-Saline, 6-0.2, lie. PHtsburg Colgan, 64, and Garden Plain, 64.4. Frankfort, 64.5. Ness City, 6-0. Eight-Man I 1. Little River, 64.2, He. Lost Springs-Centre, 64, and Mankalo, 64.4. Coldwater, 5-1.5. Blue Valley-Randolph, 64. Eight-Man II 1. Sylvan, 64.2. Kensington, 64.3, tie. Rolla, 64, and Triplalns, 64.5. Lewis, 64. Salvation Army YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEVENTH-GRADE Final Regular Season Standings Great Bend Falcons 6-0, Sallna Eagles 4-2, Great Bend Cardinals 4-2, McPherson Chiefs 33, Sallna Oilers 2-4, Sallna Cowboys 1-5, Sallna Lions 0-6. i Last Week'* Scores Eagles 18, Lions 0; Chiefs 18, Lions 0; Cardinals 30, Cowboys 12; Falcons 24, Oilers 6. Playoff Schedule Sunday, Oct 20 Fifth place — Sallna Cowboys vs. Salina Oil- ers (HS), 3 p.m. Third place — McPherson Chiefs vs. Great Bend Cardinals (HS), 5 p.m. Championship — Sallna Eagles vs. Great Bend Falcons (HS), 7 p.m. , • SIXTH GRADE Final Regular Season Standings Sallna Eagles 64, Salina Cowboys 5-1, Salina Redskins 4-2, Great Bend Falcons 3-3, Great Bend Cardinals 3-3, McPherson Chiefs 3-3, Sall- na Oilers 1-5, McPherson Rams 1-5, Lamed Vikings 1-5. Last Week's Scores Eagles 14, Redskins 0; Falcons 24, Cardinals 6; Oilers 13, Vikings 0; Cowboys 16, Chiefs 0; Cardinals 20, Rams 6. Playoff Schedule Saturday, Oct. 19 Seventh place — McPherson Rams vs. Sall- na Oilers (HS), 9 a.m. Fifth place — McPherson Chiefs vs. Great Bend Cardinals (HS), 1 p.m. Third place — Great Bend Falcons vs. Salina Redskins (HS), 3 p.m. Championship — Salina Cowboys vs. Sallna Eagles (HS), 7 p.m. FIFTH GRADE Final Regular Season Standings Eastern Division — Sallna Cowboys 34,64; Salina Eagles 2-1,4-2; Sallna Redskins 1-2,33; Salina Oilers 0-3,1-5. Western Division — Great Bend Cardinals 30, 6-0; Great Bend Falcons 2-1, 3-3; Lamed Vikings 1-2,1-5; McPherson Chiefs 0-3,0-6. Last Week'* Score* Cardinals 24, Falcons 7; Vikings 18, Chiefs 0; Cowboys 19, Eagles 8; Redskins 18, Oilers 0. Playoff Schedule Saturday, Oct. 19 Seventh place — McPherson Chiefs vs. Salina Oilers (MS), 10a.m. Fifth place — Lamed Vikings vs. Salina Redskins (HS), 11 a.m. Third place — Great Bend Falcons vs. Sallna Eagles (HS), 1 p.m. Championship — Sallna Cowboys vs. Great Bend Cardinals (HS), 5 p.m. (HS>-Gieat Bend High School; (MS)— Qreat Bend Middle School. Punt, Pass & Kick NFL GATORADE PUNT, PASS A KICK COMPETITION At Sacred Heart High School BOYS 8-9 — 1. Brass Chandler; 2. Jared Riordan; 3. Terry Sam. 10-11 — 1. Weslon Moody; 2. Zach Weaver 3. Justin Davis. 12-13 — 1. Braxton Rogan; 2. Brandon Com- lort; 3. Jordan Dupes. 14-15 — 1. Brandon Pamblelon; 2. MattOgor- zolka; 3. Matt Moody. GIRLS 10-11 — 1. Stephanie Wittrnan; 2. Roble Nelson; 3. Alexla Weaver. 12-13 — Kristy Meagher; 2. Stephanie Marsell. NBA preseason Monday's Games Indiana 109, Washington 102 Seattle 89. Vancouver 83 Tuesday's Games Atlanta 103. Toronto 101 Orlando 96, L.A. Clippers 91 New York 99, Houston 87 Philadelphia 109, San Antonio 98 Milwaukee 105, Chicago 104 Golden State at Portland, (n) Dallas at Vancouver, (n) Wednesday'* Qames LA. Clippers vs. Atlanta at Montgomery, Ala., 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Denver, 8 p.m. Detroit at Utah, 8:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Dallas vs. LA. Lakers at Fresno, Calif., 9:30 p.m. Thursday'* Game* San Antonio at New York, 6:30 p.m. , Boston at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. Freshman AT SAUNA SOUTH Junction City del. Sallna South, 5-15.15-11, 16-14 Sallna South del. Hays 15-12.12-15,15-8 Sallna South del. Sallna Central, 15-13,15-5 Hays del, Sallna Central, 17-15,15-12 Junction City del. Sallna Central. 10-15,15-13. 15-6 General Hockey NHL standings / By The Associated Press All Times CDT EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pis GF GA Florida 301 7 15 4 Tampa Bay 3 1 0 6 17 13 New Jersey 220 4 9 10 Philadelphia 230 4 10 14 N.Y. Islanders 112 4 10 7 N.Y. Rangers 132 4 15 21 Washington 130 2 14 16 Northeast Division W L T PIS GF GA 212 6 22 17 Montreal Boston Hartford Ottawa Pittsburgh Buffalo 16 16 Dallas Phoenix SL Louis Chicago Detroit Toronto WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts GF GA 6 0 0 320 320 330 230 1 3 0 Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA 430 8 19 20 16 12 21 13 20 23 Edmonton 430 8 Colorado 321 7 22 Calgary 330 6 12 Los Angeles -230 4 18 Vancouver 230 4 13 Anaheim 122 4 17 San Jose 1313 13 Monday's Games Boston 5, Vancouver 4, OT N.Y. Rangers 5, Calgary 4 Edmonton 6, Phoenix 3 Tuesday's Games Tampa Bay 4, Buffalo 0 New Jersey 3. Montreal 2 Chicago 3, Toronto 1 Dallas 3, Detroit 1 Colorado 7, Edmonton 2 Philadelphia at Los Angeles (n) Wednesday's Games Calgary at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at N.Y. Rangers, 6:30 p.m. • Florida at San Jose, 9:30 p'.m. Philadelphia at Anaheim, 9:30 p.m. Volleyball Tennis Czech Indoor OSTRAVA, Czech Republic (AP) — Results Tuesday ol the $475,000 Czech Indoor tournament (seedlngs In parentheses): First Round Wayne Ferreira (2), South Africa, def. Renzo Junior college AT MCPHERSON ftown Mackle def. Central McPherson 16-14, 15-2 Brown Mackle def. Hulchinson 15-5,15-13 High school KANSAS VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION STATE RANKINGS Class 6A 1. Blue Valley Northwest, 23-3; 2. Lawrence, 20-4; 3. Shawnee Mission West, 16-8; 4. Manhattan, 20-7; 5. Emporia, 16-5. Class 5A 1. Bishop Carroll, 21-2; 2. Bishop Mlege, 21-5; 3. Aquinas, 18-6; 4. Valley Center, 17-6; 5. Goddard, 16-5. Class 4A 1. Sabelha, 24-1; 2. Santa Fe Trail, 26-2; 3. Concordia, 24-3; 4. Perry-Lecompton, 23-2; 5. (tie) Wamego, 20-4 and Ottawa, 22-5. Class 3A 1. Hesston, 22-0; 2. Lakln, 23-3; 3. Conway Springs, 19-2; 4. Ellinwood, 15-3; 5. Rlley County, 22-4. Class 2A 1. Pittsburg-Colgan, £3-0; 2. Greensburg, 201; 3. Oswego, 16-3; 4. Garden Plain, 16-4; 5. Qulnter, 15-4. Class 1A 1. Weskan, 26-0; 2. Centralla, 24-0; 3. Waverly, 23-0; 4. Wetmore, 19-5; 5. Whealland, 16-6. High school ATATWOOD Brewslerdet. Atwood, 1-15,15-13,18-16 Brewster def. Hoxle, 16-14,15-13 Atwood def. Hoxie. 8-15,15-3,15-12 AT BELLEVILLE Minneapolis del. Belleville, 8-15,15-13,15-12 Belleville def. Minneapolis, 15-12,15-11 AT DOWNS Wilson def. Downs, 15-6,15-3 Sylvan def. Wilson, 15-10,11-15,15-9 Sylvan def. Downs, 15-9,15-1 AT ELLIS Ness City del. Ellis, 15-6,15-4 Ness City def. LaCrosse, 15-5,15-11 Ellis del. LaCrosse, 15-10,15-1 AT ELLSWORTH Ellsworth del. Southeast of Saline, 15-11,15-6 Ellsworth def. Southeast of Saline, 15-6,15-12 AT EUREKA Eureka del. Chenyvale, 15-2,15-5 Eureka def. Chenyvale, 15-4,16-4 AT HOPE White City del. St. Xavier, 15-2,15-1 Hope del. Wakefleld. 15-6,15-5 White City def. Wakefleld, 15-13.11-15,15-8 Hope del. St. Xavier, 15-8,15-2 Wakelleld del. SL Xavier, 15-10,15-12 White City del. Hope, 3-15,15-10,15-9 AT LINN Washington def. Linn 15-7,17-15 Valley Heights def. Washington 15-7,15-11 Valley Heights del. Unn 11-15,15-9,15-11 AT MARION Sacred Heart def. Herington 15-12,154 Sacred Heart def. Marlon 15-6,16-18,15-7 Sacred Heart del. Centre 15-7,15-3 AT SCANDIA North Cent/a) del. Pike Valley, 15-9,15-11 North Central del. HlUcresI, 15-7,15-11 Hillcrest del. Pike Valley, 15-8,15-9 Junior varsity AT MARION Sacred Heart def. Marion, 12-3,12-6 Sacred Heart def. Centre, 12-0,12-10 Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Fired Pat Dobson, pitching coach. CALIFORNIA ANGELS—Announced a two- year extension to their working agreement contract with the Vancouver Canadians of the PCL. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Activated RHP Jeff Sexton from the 60-day disabled list and assigned him outright to Buffalo of the American Association. Assigned RHP James Lewis and INF Casey Candaele outright to Buffalo, Announced that INF Geronimo Pena refused an outright assignment to Buffalo and has opted lor free agency. National League COLORADO ROCKIES—Signed P Tom Kramer, P Joe Ausanlo, P Albert Bustlllos, P Mike Fanner, INF Jeff Huson, INF Bill While, and OF Harvey Pulliam lo minor-league contracts and assigned them to Colorado Springs ol the PCL. Did not tender contracts to P Ivan Arteaga, P Ryan Hawblitzel, C Pedro Gonzalez. INF Pedro Caslellano, INF David Kennedy, INF Jay Gainer and INF Scott Pugh. LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Claimed INF John Wehner off waivers from the Pittsburgh Pirates. NEW YORK METS—Assigned 2B Jason Hardtke outright to Norfolk of the International League. , SAN DIEGO PADRES-Named Jim Skaalen director of player development. Sent OF Doug Dascenzo, INF Jim Tatum, RHP Pete Walker and RHP Mike Oqulsl outright to Las Vegas of the PCL Waived LHP Al Osuna and granted him his unconditional release. Activated INF Homer Bush from the 60-day disabled list. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS-Watved F Marques Bragg and F Jevon Crudup. WASHINGTON BULLETS—Released G Ronnie Henderson and.G Clint McDanlel. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS—Signed OL Joe Staysrilak. Waived WR Kevin Jordan. BUFFALO BILLS—Waived NT Ed Philion. Signed TE Jay Riemersma from their practice squad. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Signed LB Nate Dingle. Waived OL Greg Huntlngton. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed FB Keith Byars. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Waived WR Tod- erick Malone. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Released DE Herman Smith and LB Darnell Stephens. Signed LB LaCurtls Jones and DE Steve White from the practice squad. HOCKEY National Hockey League 1 ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Recalled LW Barry Nleckar from Long Beach of the IHL DALLAS STARS—Signed D Dan. Keczmer and assigned him to Michigan of the IHL HARTFORD WHALERS—Recalled G Manny Legace from Springfield of the AHL NEW JERSEY DEVILS—Placed C Neal Broten on waivers. SAN JOSE SHARKS-Recalled RW Chris Tancil. COLLEGE BAYLOR—Named Paul Bradshaw assistant athletic director for compliance. LSU—Suspended CB Troy Twlllle from the football team for the remainder of the season. APSportlight By The Associated Press Oct. 16 1932 — After a 0-0 tie between the two earlier In the season, the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears 2-0. 1964 — Babe Parilll of the Boston Patriots passes for 422 yards and four touchdowns In a 4343 tie with the Oakland Raiders. 1968 — At the Summer Olympics, Americans Tommle Smith and John Carlos give black power salutes during the medal ceremonies for the 200-meter race and are banned for life from all Olympic competition by the IOC. 1971 — Norm Oilman of the Toronto Maple Leafs records his 1,000th point In a 5-3 loss to the New York Rangers. 1976 — Vince Fusco kicks six field goals'to give Duke an 18-18 tie with Clemson. 1976—Tony Franklin of Texas MM kicks two field goals over 60 yards for an NCAA record. The distances are 65 and 64 yards as the Ag- gies beat Baylor 24-0. 1977 — The Denver Broncos Intercept Ken Stabler of the Oakland Raiders seven times In a 30-7 victory. 1977 — The Minnesota Vikings beat the Chicago Bears 16-10 In overtime with the only successful fake Held goal In NFL overtime. 1987 — Mike Tyson retains his undisputed heavyweight title with a seven-round technical knockout of Tyrell Biggs In Atlantic City, N.J. Soccer MLS playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CDT CONFERENCE RNALS (Best-of-3) Tampa Bay vs. D.C. Gamel Thursday, Oct. 10 D.C. 4, Tampa Bay 1 Game 2 Saturday, Oct. 12 D.C. 2, Tampa Bay 1, D.C. wins series 2-0 Kansas City vs. Los Angeles Gamel Thursday, Oct. 10 Los Angeles 2, Kansas City 1 ' Game 2 Sunday, Oct. 13 Los Angeles 2, Kansas City 1. MLS CUP At Foxboro Stadium Foxboro, Mass. Sunday, Oct. 20 D.C. vs. Los Angeles, 2:30 p.m. College men KANSAS WESLEYAN 3, FRIENDS 1 Friends 1 0-0 Kansas Wesleyan 1 2—3 Scoring First half — KW: Calvo (Chaney), 1st minute; FU — Vosser (Zlnn), 40th Second half — KW: Dlbblni (Chaney), 55th; KW: Came (penalty kick), 88th. Shots on goal— FU9.KWI2. Saves— FU8.KW7. Golf Ryder Cup points PALM BEACH GARDENS. Fla. (AP) - Standings for the 1997 Ryder Cup to be played Sept. 26-28, 1997 at Valderrama In Sotogrande, Spain. The top 10 finishers qualify for the 12- man team and U.S. captain Tom Kile has two wild-card choices: United State* Through Oct. 13 1. Mark Brooks 2. Tom Lehman 3. Phil Mlckelson 4. Davis Love III 5. Scott Hoch 6. Mark O'Meara 7. Steve Strieker 6. Jell Maggert 9. Steve Jones 10. Kenny Perry 11. Tommy Tolles 12. Justin Leonard 13. Fred Couples 14. David Duval 15. Michael Bradley 16. Fred Funk 17. Corey Pavln 18. Brad Faxon 19. Mark McCumber 20. Duffy Waldorf 519.750 517.000 487.500 480.000 400.000 350.000 302.500 296.625 290.000 276.250 265.000 263.500 252.500 235.000 232.500 214.583 209.167 202.500 185.834 185.000 t SPORTS DIGEST Stern*'Norman The Associated Press University of Missouri basketball coach Norm Stewart watches freshman Tate Decker shoot during the team's first practice of the season on Tuesday. Baseball NEW YORK — Baseball's playoffs and prime- time football butted heads for l'/a hours Monday night. The NFL won the ratings battle, but Fox believes it won the larger war. "We're not so much concerned about last night, because it got us a Game 6," Fox Sports spokesman Vince Wladika said. The Braves beat St. Louis 14-0 Monday night, sending the National League playoffs back to Atlanta for Game 6 and, if necessary, Game 7 on Wednesday and Thursday nights. St, Louis leads the best-of-7 series 3-2. The American League playoffs, televised by NBC, ended in five games. Basketball SAN ANTONIO — Former NBA All-Star Alvin Robertson stormed into his ex-girlfriend's apartment and stole and damaged her belongings, prosecutors in his burglary trial told jurors Tuesday. Robertson also tried to set the apartment afire and scuffled with police the morning of June 26, 1995, said prosecutor Rita Spiegel. "You can't-arrest me. You're not taking me to jail," Spiegel quoted Robertson as telling the police. Robertson, who played for five seasons with the San Antonio Spurs and last season with the Toronto Raptors, is accused in a two-count indictment of committing burglary during a rampage at the apartment of Sharon Raeford. If convicted, he could face two to 20 years in prison on a charge of burglary of a habitation and five to 99 years on a charge of burglary with criminal mischief. LOS ANGELES — UCLA basketball coach Jim Harrick has reportedly been cleared of violating NCAA rules in the sale of a car he owned to the sister of a top recruit. Neither the Pacific-10 nor UCLA would comment Tuesday on reports that a conference investigation had not turned up any wrongdoing by the Bruins coach. Both the conference and the university have been looking into the sale of a car by Harrick's son, Glenn, to Lisa Hodoh on Sept. 20. The sale came two days after Baron Davis, the woman's younger brother, verbally committed to play for the Bruins. Davis is a highly recruited 6-foot-l point guard who began his senior year at Santa Monica Crossroads High last month. Jim Muldoon, the Pac-10's assistant commissioner, said from his Walnut Creek, Calif., office he could neither confirm nor deny the reports in Tuesday's editions of the Los Angeles Daily News and South Bay Daily Breeze. WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue basketball coach Gene Ready denies claims that one of his former players received $5,000 to return to the team and other players were given cars. "I don't know what their motives are. I don't know why they'd want to hurt me," Ready told the Lafayette Journal and Courier in Tuesday's editions. Ready's comments followed a claim by former • women's player Summer Erb that former men's player Luther Clay was given $5,000 in cash to come back to the team last season. Ready says he has no grudge with former women's coach Lin Dunn, who was fired last spring, or anyone involved with her program. Football WHITEWATER, Wis. — Hundreds of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater students smashed car windows and bent over lightposts in the raucous' celebration of the Green Bay Packers' victory Monday night. The group of about 600 students caused an estimated $20,000 in damage, university officials said Tuesday. The destruction included broken pedestal lights, bent rugby goalposts, overturned bleachers and planters, smashed car windows and an uprooted tree, authorities said. A female student was taken to Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released for unknown injuries, said Walt Ulbricht, a UW- Whitewater spokesman. No arrests were made. Tennis ZURICH, Switzerland — Jennifer Capriati, making her second consecutive start in Europe, beat Gabriela Sabatini 6-3, 6-4 on Tuesday in the first round of the European Indoor. Capriati, the 20- year-old American making a comeback from drug problems, took advantage of Sabatini's four double-faults in the first set and broke the Argentine to take a 3-1 lead in the second set. HONG KONG — Australian Patrick Rafter upset third-seed Yevgeny Kafelnikov of Russia 6^4,46,6-4 Tuesday in the opening round of the Mart boro Tennis Championships. 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