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B2 MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL! SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL ( p.m. — Major League Baseball, World Series, Atlanta Braves at NY Yankees, FOX. cable 4,7. FOOTBALL 8 p,rn. — NFL Football, Oakland at San Diego, ABC, cable 9,10. RADIO FOOTBALL 7:48 p.m. — Na Football, Oakland at San Diego. KSAL, 1150-AM; GENERAL 8:30 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. 20, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vole through one point for a 25th-place vote, and last week's ranking: Record Ptt Pvs 1. Florida (56) 7-0 1,544 1 2. Florida State (5) 54) 1,466 2 3. Onto Slate (1) 6-0 1,440 3 4. Arizona State 7-0 1,326 5 5. Nebraska 5-1 1,266 4 8. Alabama 7-0 1,200 7 7. Tennessee 4-1 1,187 6 8. Colorado 5-1 1,089 10 9. North. Carolina 5-1 947 11 10. Michigan 5-1 915 12 11. West Virginia 7-0 902 14 12. Northwestern 8-1 606 15 13. Virginia 5-1 731 17 14.K*n*aaState 8-1 697 19 15. Louisiana State 5-1 690 16 16. Brlgham Young 7-1 551 20 17. Penn State 6-2 497 8 18. Wyoming 8-0 461 22 19. Iowa 5-1 361 — 20. Notre Dame 4-2 359 9 21. Virginia Tech 4-1 342 23 22. Utah 6-1 265 25 23. Miami, Fla. 4-2 178 13 24. Washington 4-2 173 — 25. California 5-1 180 21 Other* receiving votes: Auburn 157, South- em Mississippi 105, Syracuse 84, Army 60, Air Force 40, Georgia Tech 37, East Carolina 34, San Diego State 17, Southern California 14, Washington State 13, Navy 9, Tens Tech 7. College scores EAST Albany, N.Y. 19, Stony Brook 12 Albright 19, Wldener 16 American Int. 27, Cheyney 3 Amherst 18, Wesleyan, Conn. 13 Army34,Tulane10 Bethany, W.Va. 20, Thlel 7 Bloomsburg2t,M!llersv!lle17 Boston College 37, Rutgers 13 Boston U. 16,Hofstra9 Brtdgewater.Mass. 32, Westfield St 17 Brown 27, Fordham14 Bucknell 10, Princeton 6 C.W.PostU, BentleyO . Canlslus21,FalrilekJO Clarion 45, California, Pa. 14 Coast Guard 14, W. Connecticut 13 Colgate 31, Cornell 21 Columbia 3, Lafayette 0 Connecticut 1, Rhode Island 0 Dartmouth 40, Yale 6 Delaware 24, Northeastern 14 Duquesne 15, Georgetown, D.C. 0 East Stroudsburg 23, Indiana, Pa. 12 Franklin & Marshall 34, Hobart 24 Geneva 15, Westminster, Pa. 13 Glenville SL 34, Fairmont St. 33 Hamilton 32, Colby 7 Hartwlck 44, Norwich 7 Harvard 28, Holy Cross 25 Iowa 21, Penn St. 20 Ithaca 50, St. Lawrence 0 Jersey City St. 3, Kean 2 Junlata 56, Lebanon Val. 12 Kings Point 31, Worcester Tech 14 Kutztown 10, Mansfield 7 Lehlgh 28, Penn 24 Lycomlng 37, Delaware Val. 0 MIT 21, Curry 14 Maine 34, New Hampshire 20 Marist 28, St. John's, NY 20 Mass. Maritime 29, Ftlchburg St. 26 Mass.-Dartmouth 24, Mass.-Boston 0 Massachusetts 41, Buffalo 20 Mercyhurst 13, SL Francis, Pa. 6 Merrimack 23, Assumption 7 Mktdlebury31,Bates19 Pace 7, Gannon 0 Pomona-Pitzer 48, Swarthmore 6 Rowan 47, Cortland St 17 S. Connecticut 21, Buffalo St. 7 Sacred Heart 33, Nichols 0 Shepherd 31, W. Virginia Tech 7 Shlppensburg 30, Lock Haven 7 Siena 14, lonaS Slippery Rock 35, Edlnboro 28 Springfield 28, Plymouth St 23 St. John Fisher 30, W. New England 23 Stonehlll42, Mass.-Lowell 14 Susquehanna 33, Moravian 0 Towson St 15, Monmouth, N.J. 6 Trinity, Conn. 33, Bowdoin 0 Union, N.Y. 17, RPI0 Ursinus 17, Gettysburg 14 Val. Forge Christian 39, Gallaudet 13 W.Maryland 21, Dickinson 14 W. Va. Weslyn 34, W. Virginia St. 12 Wagner 41, St. Peter's 12 Wash. & Jeff. 73, Waynesburg 20 West Liberty 23, Concord 13 West Virginia 30, Temple 10 Wllkes 13, Kings, Pa. 0 William & Mary 30, Villanova 21 Williams 21, Tufts 7 Wm. Palerson at MontclaJr St., pod., rain Worcester St. 34, Framingham St. 7 SOUTH Ala.-Blrm!ngham 39, SW Louisiana 29 Alabama 37, Mississippi 0 Alabama A&M 17, Fort Valley St. 13 Appalachian St. 35, Georgia Southern 28 Bridgewater.Va. 30, Gullford 16 Brockport St. 7, Fiostburg St. 3 Campbellsville 10, Cumberland, Ky. 7 Carson-Newman 28, Mars Hill 21 Centre 24, Maryvllle, Tenn. 21, OT Clemson 28, Georgia Tech 25 Clinch Valley 49, Bethel, Tenn. 14 Cumberland, Tenn. 28, Georgetown, Ky. 16 E. Kentucky 20, Middle Tenn. 13 East Carolina 31, Miami 6 Emory & Henry 24, Randolph-Macon 20 Ferrum 12, Chowan 9, OT Florida 51, Auburn 10 Florida A&M 47, Delaware St. 26 Furman 35. Citadel 25 Georgia 13, Vanderbllt 2 GramWing SL 32, Ark.-Pine Bluff 15 Howard U. 40, Morehouse 0 James Madison 31, Richmond 27 Johnson C. Smith 22, Fayelteville St. 7 LSU 41, Kentucky 14 Lambuth 31, North Greenville 19 Lenoir-Rhyne 28, Wingate 0 Liberty 23, W.Kentucky 14 Livingstone 29, Bowie St. 0 Louisiana Tech 61, Toledo 20 Louisville 27, N. Illinois 3 Marshall 66, W. Carolina 21 Maryland 52, Wake Forest 0 Methodist 42, Davidson 13 Miles 20, Knoxvllle 6 Miss. Valley St. 24, Lane 22 Mississippi Col. 27. Tusculum 21 N. Carolina A&T 55, Morgan St. 7 NE Louisiana 39. Cent. Florida 38 NW Louisiana 38, Sam Houston St. 21 New Haven 48, Elizabeth City St. 0 Norfolk St. 38, Virginia Union 21 North Alabama 27, Delta St. 17 Presbyterian 27, Eton 23 Qulrwy 38, Ky. Wesleyan 36 Rhodes 18, Sewanee 12 S. Carolina St. 20, Bethune-Cookman 18 Samford 27, Jacksonville St. 17 Savannah St. 20, Clark Atlanta 13 South Carolina 23, Arkansas 17 Southern Miss. 16, Memphis 0 Southern U. 27, Jackson St. 16 Stephen F.Austin 27, Nlcholls St 11 Tennessee St. 37, Tenn.-Martln 14 Tennessee Tech 23, Austin Peay 17 Texas Southern 28. Alcom St 17 Thomas More 25, Defiance 21 Troy St. 24, SW Texas St. 13 VMI2B,Tn.-Chattanooga14 Valdosta St. 52, West Alabama 18 Virginia 62, N.Carolina St. 14 Virginia St 17, Wlnston-Salem 15 Washington & Lee 17, Hampden-Sydney 13 Wofford48,Newberry13 MIDWEST Adrian 12, Olivet 9 Air Force 20, Notre Dame 17, OT Akron 10, Miami, Ohio 7 Albion 49, Hope 13 Allegheny 13, Wooster 3 Anderson 41, Franklin 28 Augustana.lll. 52, North Park 0 Aurora 28, Upper Iowa 10 Baker 66, Culver-Stockton 21 Baldwin-Wallace 41, Otterbeln 0 Ball St. 18, Bowling Green 11 Bemldjl SI. 19, Mlnn.-Morris 15 Benedlctlne.Kan. 33, Mid-Am Nazarene 20 Bethany, Kan. 66, Sterling 7 Bethel, Kan. 26, Friends 21 Bethel, Minn. 30, St. Dial 6 Carnegie-Mellon 20, Washington, Mo. 13 Carroll, WIs. 49, Lake Forest 28 Carthage 42, Elmhurst 21 Cent. Michigan 41, E. Michigan 38 Chadron St. 38, Peru St. 28 Chicago 21, Rochester 7 Cincinnati 31, Houston 20 Coe 53, Monmouth, III. 21 Colorado 20, Kansas 7 Cornell, Iowa 38, Grinnel! 33 Dakota St. 21, Dakota Wesryn 20 Dana 13, Doane 11 Dayton 30, Butler 10 DePauw41, Hanover 34 Denlson 53, Oberiln 21 Drake 27, Valparaiso 12 Emporla St 42, SW Baptist 7 Evangel 33, Missouri Val. 0 Ferris St 31, Michigan Tech 6 Findlay 41, St. Ambrose 31 Graceland 31, William Jewell 0 Greenville 19, Concordla, III. 13 Grove City 21, Blufflon 13 Gustav Adolphus 30, Augsburg 15 Hamllne 20, Carleton 14, OT Hastings 25, Nebraska Wesryn 7 Heidelberg 41, Capital 13 Hlllsdale 14, Wayne, Mich. 0 Illinois Wesryn 60, North Central 0 Indiana St 23, Illinois St. 7 Iowa Wesryn 26, StXavler 24 Jamestown 13, Mayville St 10 Kalamazoo49,Alma44 Kenyon 14, Case Western 12 Knox 38, Illinois Col. 29 Lakeland 54, Mac Murray 0 Lawrence 28, Beloit 24 Undenwood 17, Cent. Methodist 13 Lores 38, Luther 31 Malone 12, Walsh 2 Marietta 37, Hiram Col. 3 McKendree 53, Blackburn 20 Michigan 27, Indiana 20 Michigan St 27, Minnesota 9 / Midland Lutheran 35, Concordla, Neb. 0 Mlnn.-Crookston 14, Dickinson St 7 Mlnn.-Duluth 55, Wlnona St 30 Mlnot St 23, Mary 7 Moorhead St. 28, SW Minnesota 21 Mount Senario 22, Concordla, StP. 12 Mount St. Joseph 41, Sue Bennett 22 Mount Union 27, John Carroll 9 Murray St. 35, E. Illinois 28 N. Dakota St 31, S. Dakota St. 7 N. Iowa 38, SW Missouri St. 31 N. Michigan 14, Grand Valley St. 9 N.C. Central 24, Cent St., Ohio 6 NW Missouri St. 31, Mo. Western 24 Nebraska-Kearney 43, Mesa, Colo. 18 Nebraska-Omaha 15, N. Colorado 14 North Dakota 49, Mankato St. 10 Northern St.S.D. 37, Wayne, Neb. 22 Northwd, Mich. 20, Indianapolis 10 Northwestern 34, Wisconsin 30 Northwestern, Minn. 35, Marantha Baptist 14 Ohio Northern 28, Musklngum 0 Ohio St 42, Purdue 14 Ohio U. 24, Kent 15 Ottawa, Kan. 25, Tabor 7 Prtlsburg St. 21, Mo. Southern 7 Ripon31,St.Norbert28 Rose-Hulman 29, Manchester 28 Saginaw Val. St 24, St. Francis, III. 12 Simpson, Iowa 41, Cent. Iowa 37 Sioux Falls 52, Black Hills St. 7 South Dakota 33. Augustana.S.D. 28 Southwestern, Kan. 81, McPherson 13 St. Cloud St. 30, Momlngslde 7 St John's, Minn. 39, Concordla, Moor. 34 St. Joseph's, Ind. 27, Union, Ky. 22 St Thomas, Minn. 38, Macalester 12 Tiffin 56, Urbana 27 Tri-State 31, Olivet Nazarene 23 Truman St 45, Cent. Missouri 10 Valley City St. 28, S. Dakota Tech 15 W. Illinois 28, S. Illinois 19 Wabash 37, Benedlctine.lll. 7 Wartburg 28, Buena Vista 13 Washbum 45, Mlssouri-Rolla 0 Westmar44,Huron28 Whealon, lll.41,MllllklnO William Penn 42, Dubuque 35, 30T Wilmington, Ohio 24, Eartham 0 Wls.-Eau Claire 28, Wis.-Stout 24 WIs.-LaCrosse 29, Wls.-Stevens PL 10 Wls.-Oshkosh 27, Wis.-Platteville 21 Wis.-Riv. Falls 21, Wls.-Whltewater 20 Wittenberg 35, Ohio Weslyn 12 Youngstown St. 38, Ashland 3 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 17, Angelo St. 14 Alabama St. 31, Prairie View 15 Arkansas St. 38, SE Missouri 9 Arkansas Tech 52, Ark.-Monticello 38 Brlgham Young 55, Tulsa 30 Cent. Arkansas 31, Henderson St. 21 Kansas St. 23, Texas A&M 20 Nebraska 24, Texas Tech 10 North Texas 13, New Mexico St 0 Oklahoma 28, Baylor 24 Oklahoma St. 28, Iowa St. 27 Rice 35, Southern Meth. 17 S. Arkansas 30, Ouachita 14 SW Oklahoma 19, SE Oklahoma 13 Sul Ross St. 54, Austin Col. 22 Texas A&M Commerce 31, W. Texas A&M 0 Texas A&M Kingsvllle 35, Cent. Oklahoma 7 FAR WEST Arizona St. 48, Southern Cal 35,20T CSU-Chico 39, Humboldt St. 14 Cal Poly-SLO 45, S. Utah 34 Carroll, Mont. 35, Rocky Mountain 34 Colorado Col. 38, Kansas Weslyn 22 Colorado Mines 37, Adams St. 22 Colorado St. 38. San Jose St. 13 E. New Mexico 24, Tarieton St. 17 E. Oregon 23, W. Oregon 20 Evansville 24, San Diego 23 Fort Hays St. 26, Western St.Colo. 23 Hawaii 38, UNLV 28 Idaho 24, Nevada 15 Lewis & Clark 57, Pugel Sound 14 Montana 34, E. Washington 30 Today's schedule MONDAY, OCTOBER 21 GOLF Class 5A State Meet at Sallna Mundpal Golf Course, 9:30 a.m. Class 4-3-2-1A State Meet at Emporta, 9:30 a.m. Montana St. 24, CS Northridge 17 N. Arizona 51, Sacramento St. 32 N.Mex.Hlghlands 30, Fort Lewis 13 Oregon St. 26, Stanford 12 Pac. Lutheran 41, Whlrworth 18 San Diego St. 48, New Mexico 42 Simon Fraser 47, Cent. Washington 23 UC Davis 29, W. New Mexico 3 Utah 21, Texas Christian 7 Utah SI. 39, Boise St. 14 W. Montana 35, Montana Tech 28 W. Washington 21, S.Oregon 14 Washington 41, UCLA 21 Washington St. 21, California 18 Weber St. 35, Portland St. 10 Willamette 20, Llnfleld 3 Wyoming 42, Fresno St. 21 Big 12 summary Saturday'* game NO. 21 KANSAS STATE 23 TEXAS A&M 20 KS AIM First downs 15 18 Rushes-yards 39-39 44-135 'asslng 147 151 Comp-Att-Int 18-29-0 11-28-2 Return Yards 30 48 Punts-Avg. 8-38.8 6-46.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 4-3 Penalties-Yards 8-63 11-76 Time of Possession 31:40 28:20 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Kansas State. Lawrence 2841, Goolsby 1-6, Beasley 1-0, Kananagh 9-(-28). Texas A&M, Parker 21-78, Hall 8-19, Bernard 617, Stewart 7-13, Hardeman 3-5, Connell 1-3. PASSING—Kansas State, Kavanagh 18-29-0, 147. Texas MM, Stewart 10-28-2,143, Parker 0-1-0. RECEIVING—Kansas State Locked 6-92, Lawrence 4-8, Anderson 3-26, GrosdMler 2-13, Swift 1 -9. Texas A&M Connell 8-127, Hawkins 324. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State 13 7 3 0 — 23 Texas AaM 3 0 7 10 — 20 First Quitter A&M—FB Bryant 27,4:43 KS—Lawrence 4 run (kick failed), 11:27 KS—Kavanagh 1 run (Rheem kick), 14:58 Second Quarter KS—Anderson 10 pass from Kavanagh [Rheem kick), 2:16 Third Quarter A&M—Hardeman 1 run (Bryant kick), 4:01 KS—FG Rheem 33,9:28 Fourth Quarter A&M—FB Bryant 30,4:09 A&M—Connell 15 pass from Stewart (Bryant kick), 11:53 . A-fl4,155. MLB postseason WORLD SERIES Saturday, Oct. 19 Atlanta at New York, pod., rain Sunday, Oct. 20 Atlanta 12, New York 1, Atlanta leads series 1 • i Monday, Oct. 21 Atlanta (Maddux 15-11) at New York (Key 1211), 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 22 New York (Cone 7-2) at Atlanta (Glavlne 1510), 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct 23 New York (Rogers 12-8) at Atlanta (Neagle 169), 7:18 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 New York at Atlanta, 7:15 p.m., If necessary Saturday, Oct. 26 Atlanta at New York, 7:01 p.m., If necessary Sunday, Oct. 27 Atlanta at New York, 6:35 p.m. EST, If necessary World Series BRAVES 12, YANKEES 1 ATLANTA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Grssomd 5221 DJoterss 3100 Lemke 2b 4021 Boggs 3b 4021 CpJnes 3b 4113 BeWms d 3000 McGrfMb 5222 TMrtnztb 3010 JLopezc 4210 Fielderdh 4000 EdPrezc 0000 Stiwbrtf 3000 Dye rf 5010 Raines If 1000 AJones If 4335 O'Neill rf 2000 Klesko dh 4100 Aldrele rf 0000 Blauserss 3110 Hayesph 1000 Potofiiaph 1000 Duncan2b 3000 Blliardss 0000 Fox2b 0000 Sojo ph 1000 Leyrltzc 3010 Totals 39121312 Totals 31 1 4 1 Atlanta 026 013 000—12 New York 000 010 000— 1 E—Duncan (1). LOB—Atlanta 3, New York 8. 2B-Boggs (1). HR—McGriff (1), AJones 2 (2). SB—CpJones (1). S—Lemke. SF—CpJones. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Smoltz W.1-0 6 21154 McMlchael 1 20001 Neagle 1 00000 Wade 2-300000 Clontz 1-300000 New York Pettltte L.0-1 21-3 6 7 7 1 1 Boehringer 3 55302 Weathers 12-31 0 0 00 JNelson 1 10001 Wetteland 1 00002 Umpires—Home, Evans; First. Tata; Second, Welke; Third, Rlppley; Left, Young; Right, Davis. T—3:02. A—56,365 (57,545). Basketball NBA exhibition Saturday'* raaults Milwaukee 94, Utah 93 Miami 93, Toronto 90 Orlando 91, New Jersey 77 Minnesota 99, Boston 98 Chicago 100, Portland 89 Washington 119, Philadelphia 104 Cleveland 83, New York 80 UA Lakers 100, Phoenix 87 Sacramento 98, LA Clippers 94 Sunday'a reauKa Seattle 82, Indiana 72 Detroit 95, Utah 88 Houston 91, Charlotte 85 Denver 95, Sacramento 87 Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Dlvlalon W L T Ptt GF QA Florida 4 0 2 10 20 8 Tampa Bay 410 8 22 15 Philadelphia 440 8 19 21 NY Rangers 342 8 27 28 New Jersey 231 5 13 18 NY Islanders 132 4 13 14 Washington 150 2 16 22 Northeast Dlvlalon W L T Pis OF GA Hartford 410 8 17 12 Montreal 322 8 29 25 Boston 321 7 23 21 Ottawa 213 7 19 16 Buffalo 340 6 14 20 Pittsburgh 250 4 15 29 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Dlvlalon W L T Ptt GF QA Dallas 7 1 0 14 26 17 Chicago 5 3 0 10 19 15 St. Louis 440 8 23 19 Phoenix 330 6 17 15 Detroit 340 6 16 13 Toronto 150 2 12 23 Pacific Dlvlalon W L T Pts GF GA Colorado 431 9 34 20 Calgary 440 8 20 19 Edmonton 440 8 22 26 Los Angeles 440 8 26 27 San Jose 332 8 23 29 Vancouver 340 6 21 23 Anaheim 152 4 22 33 Saturday's reaulta Hartford 6, New Jersey 2 Pittsburgh 2, Washington 1 Ottawa 6, Montreal 3 Detroit 4, NY Islanders 2 Dallas 2, Toronto 0 Colorado 9, Vancouver 2 Sunday'a reaulta Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1 Tampa Bay 5, NY Rangers 2 Calgary 6, Edmonton 3 Boston 5, Anaheim 1 San Jose 3, St. Louis 2 Florida at Phoenix (n) Monday's game Los Angeles at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Auto racing NASCAR results ROCKINGHAM, N.C. (AP) - Results ol Sunday's AC-Delco 400 NASCAR Winston Cup stock car race at North Carolina Motor Speedway, wtlh starting position In parentheses, driver, lometown, type ol car laps completed, reason out, If any, money won and winner's average speed In mph: 1. (2) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford Thunderblrd, 393, $90,025,122.280. 2. (1) Dale Janett, Hickory, N.C., Ford Thun- derblrd, 393, $62,125. 3. (19) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 393, $46,725. 4. (20) Emle In/an, Salinas, Calif., Ford Thun- derblrd, 393, $35,950. 5. (22) Jell Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford Thunderblrd, 393, $25,675. 6. (5) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Chrlsti, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 393, $33,300. 7. (4) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark., Ford Thun- derblrd, 393, $31,100. 8. (25) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thun- derblrd, 393, $26,900. 9. (15) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolls, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 393, $30,700. 10. (14) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford Thunderblrd, 393, $26,100. 11. (12) Hut Stricklin, Calera, Ala., Ford Thun- derblrd, 392, $17,400. 12. (3) Jell Gordon, Valle|o, Calif., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 392, $35,000. 13. (28) Sterling Martin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 392, $29,150. 14. (34) Michael Waltrlp, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thunderblrd, 392, $23,700. 15. (13) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderblrd, 392, $28,200. 16. (17) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderblrd, 391, $23,200. 17. (41) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pon- tlac Grand Prix, 391, $29,200. 18. (9) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford Thunderblrd, 391, $22,700. 19. (8)-Kenny Wallace, a Louis, Mo., Ford Thunderblrd, 391, $15,400. 20. (10) Todd Bodljie, Chemung, N.Y., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 390, $28,850. 21. (24) Darrell Waltrlp, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 390, $21,525. , 22. (29) Ricky Craven, Bangor, Maine, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 390, $21,325. 23. (31) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 390, $21,125. 24. (40) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 389, $20,925. 25. (11) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontlac Grand Prix, 389, $20,925. 26. (6) John Andrettl, Indianapolis, Ind., Ford Thunderbird, 387, $13,525. 27. (32) Gary Bradberry, Chelsea, Ala., Ford Thunderblrd, 387, $10,125. 28. (26) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pontlac Grand Prix, 386, $20,225. 29. (39) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Ford Thunderblrd, 385, $13,025. 30. (37) Dave Marcis, Wausau, WIs., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 377, $12,825. 31. (21) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Ford Thunderbird, 353, $12,600. 32. (16) Bill Elliott, Dawsonvllle, Ga., Ford Thunderblrd, 326, handling, $19,000. 33. (42) Bobby Hilljn Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford Thunderblrd, 311, water pump, $9,400. 34. (33) Jeremy Mayfield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thunderblrd, 311, crash, $16,300. 35. (23) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford Thunderblrd, 305, crash, $16,200. 36. (36) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Brunswick, N.J., Ford Thunderblrd, 303, crash, $16,175. 37. (30) Robert Pressley, Ashevllle, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 294, crash, $16,175. 38. (18) Rick Mast, Lexington, Va., Pontiac Grand Prix, 281, engine failure, $16,100. 39. (27) Derrike Cope, Spannaway, Wash., Ford Thunderblrd, 267, crash, $17,675. 40. (38) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., Pontlac Grand Prix, 225, crash, $17,100. 41. (35) Billy Standrldge, Shelby, N.C., Ford Thundertalrd, 140, crash, $9,100. 42. (7) Robby Gordon, Cerritos, Calif., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 4, crash, $9,100. Golf PGA results LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Final scores and earnings Sunday of the $1.2 million Disney Golf Classic, played on three courses par—72,7,190-yards, Magnolia Course; 6,957- yards, Palm Course; and 6,819-yards, Lake Buena Vista Course: Tiger Woods, $216,000 69-63-e9-66—267 Payne Stewart, $129,600 68-63-70-67—288 Robert Gamez, $81,600 66-66-70-67—269 Nolan Henke, $57,600 71-64-71-64—270 Jay Haas, $43,800 65-67-68-71—271 Rick Fehr, $43,800 65-65-70-71—271 Lennle Clements, $43,800 67-67-66-71—271 Mike Springer, $32,400 69-67-70-66—272 Dudley Hart, $32,400 68-66-69-69—272 Jerry Kelly, $32,400 69-64-69-70—272 Jim Carter, $32,400 66-65-71-70—272 Ronnie Black, $32,400 66-66-69-71—272 Jim McQovem, $21,840 Glen Day, $21,840 Joey Slndelar, $21,840 Scott Hoch, $21,840 Larry Nelson. $21.840 Scott McCarron, $12,775 Paul Azlnger, $12,775 Brad Fabel, $12,775 Steve Jurgensen, $12,775 Omar Uresti, $12,775 John Cook, $12,775 Bobby Wadklns, $12,775 Jeff Sluman, $12,775 Neal Lancaster, $12,775 om Purtzer, $12,775 Brad Bryant, $12,775 Jeff Maggerl, $7,486 Len Malliace, $7,466 Greg Kraft, $7,466 Duffy Waldorf, $7,466 Ted Tryba, $7,468 Fulton Allem, $7,466 Mike Sullivan, $7.466 Don Pooley, $5,530 Carl Paulson, $5,530 Stuart Appleby, $5,530 Tom Scherrer, $5,530 Jay Don Blake, $5,530 Joel Edwards, $5,530 Brian Kamm, $3,768 Larry Mlze, $3,768 Olin Browne, $3,768 Gene Sauers, $3,768 Bob Tway, $3,768 John Daly, $3,768 David Ogrln, $3,788 'atnck Burke, $3,768 Blaine McCalllsler, $3,768 Bruce Flelsher, $2,793 Hlsayukl Sasaki, $2,793 Bart Bryant, $2,793 Mike Reid, $2,793 Doug Martin, $2,793 .oren Roberts, $2,793 : rank Llckllter, $2,793 Steve Lowery, $2,793 Jesper Pamevlk, $2,592 Mike Hulbert, $2,592 Jim Furyk, $2,592 Dave Stockton, $2,592 Phil Blackmar, $2,592 Joey Gullion, $2,592 Mike Standly, $2,592 Peter Jacobsen, $2,448 Mike Swartz, $2,448 Brian Claar, $2,448 Corey Pavln, $2,448 Tim Herron, $2,448 Joe Acosta Jr., $2,352 Brad Faxon, $2,352 vlarco Dawson, $2,352 luss Cochran, $2,292 Britin Tennyson, $2,292 John Huston, $2,256 65-67.73-68—273 67-66-71-69—273 66-71-67-69—273 66-66-71-70—273 65-67-70-71—273 67-72-69-86—274 72-64-71-67—274 67-68-71-68-274 71-87-67-69—274 69-69-67-69—274 69-66-69-70—274 68-68-68-70—274 64-69-71-70—274 66-68-70-70—274 66-70-67-71—274 67-69-66-72—274 70-66-71-68—275 69-65-73-68—275 65-71-70-69—275 66-71-89-69—275 67-69-69-70-275 68-65-70-72—275 71-64-66-74—275 70-67-70-69—276 68-67-72-69—276 69-88-69-70—276 67-67-72-70—276 68-69-68-71—276 68-69-64-75—276 66-68-74-69—277 69-70-69-69—277 71-66-70-70—277 67-69-71-70—277 66-72-68-71—277 70-66-68-71—277 69-66-71-71—277 67-67-70-73—277 67-69-66-75-277 72-67-69-70—278 68-70-70-70—278 69-89-69-71—278 66-69-72-71—278 66-67-73-72—278 67-67-72-72—278 63-68-73-74—278 63-69-72-74—278 69-69-70-71—279 66-75-67-71—279 70-70-68-71—279 65-70-72-72—279 73-62-71-73—279 64-69-72-74—279 71-69-64-75—279 71-6M9-72—280 72-66-70-72—280 69-68-70-73—280 69-66-71-74—280 67-66-72-75—280 73-67-68-73—281 67-71-69-74—281 67-72-68-74—281 70-68-69-75—282 65-69-71-77—282 69-68-71-77—285 Seniors results EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Final scores and earnings Sunday after the third round of the $800,000 Senior Gold Rush, played on the 6,727-yard, par-72 Serrano Country Club: Jim Colbert, $120,000 ' 67-68-67—202 Dave Stockton, $70,400 70-69-68—207 Jack Klefer, $52,800 66-73-69—208 Butch Baird, $52,800 73-64-71-208 Hale Irwln, $38,400 69-69-71—209 Jay Slgel, $28,800 70-72-69—211 Harold Henning, $28,800 67-73-71—211 Dick Hendrickson, $28,800 70-69-72—211 Tommy Aaron, $21,600 73-68-.71—212 David Graham, $21,600 71-69-72—212 Walt Morgan, $17,000 73-74-66—213 John Bland, $17,000 71-74-68-213 Chi Chi Rodriguez, $17,000 71-70-72—213 Charles Coody. $17,000 71-69-73—213 John Schroeder, $11,730 75-71-68—214 Bob Eastwood, $11,730 70-75-69—214 John Paul Cain, $11,73d 72-73-69—214 Bob Duval, $11,730 76-69-69—214 Terry Dill, $11,730 74-70-70—214 Dave Elchelberger, $11,730 72-70-72-214 Jerry McGee,$11,730 76-66-72—214 Bruce Cramplon,$11,730 73-67-74—214 Jimmy Powell, $7,840 77-69-69—215 Jim Ferree, $7,840 70-72-73—215 J.C. Snead, $7,840 73-69-73—215 Bob E. Smith, $7,640 72-70-73—215 Bruce Sunfmerhays, $7,840 68-72-75—215 DeWitt Weaver, $7,840 70-70-75-215 Jim Denl, $6,180 71-74-71—216 KermitZarley,$6,180 75-70-71—216 Tom Shaw, $6,180 73-71-72—216 Bobby Stroble, $6,180 71-73-72—216 lay Brewer, $4,834 79-70-68—217 Simon Hobday, $4,834 75-73-69—217 Tony Jacklln, $4,834 74-73-70—217 Bob Charles, $4,834 74-73-70—217 Al Gelberger, $4,834 70-75-72—217 Bruce Devlin, $4,834 69-73-75—217 Rocky Thompson, $4,834 71-67-79—217 Don Bies, $3,760 73-73-72—218 Tom Wargo, $3,760 74-72-72—218 Rives McBee, $3,760 74-71-73—218 Ben Smith, $3,760 69-75-74—218 Brian Barnes, $3,760 74-69-75—218 Rtok Acton, $2,880 78-73-68—219 Masaru Amano, $2,880 71-78-70—219 Jim Albus, $2,860 72-76-71-219 Glbby Gilbert, $2,880 76-71-72—219 Don January, $2,880 76-70-73—219 Larry Zlegler, $2,680 70-70-79-219 Larry Laoretti, $2,100 78-70-72—220 Gil Morgan, $2,100 75-70-75—220 Bob Murphy, $2,100 72-72-76—220 Bud Allln, $2,100 67-74-79—220 Salina Cup SALINA CUP MATCHES At Elks Country Club Team scores Elks Country Club 18, Sallna Country Club 18, Sallna Municipal 12. Note: Elks Country Club was awarded the team title when the tie was broken through head- to-head competition (ECC 8%, SCC 7Vi). Scratch alnglea Brown, ECC del. Roth, SCC, 3 and 2; Robertson, SMGC del. Martin, SCC, 2 and 1; Ryan, ECC del. Mitchell, SMGC, 3 and 1; Riddle, SMGC del. Cllne, ECC, 2 and 1; Denning, SCC del. Newell, SMGC, 1-up; Nelson, ECC del. McArthur, SCC, 6 and 4; Cllne, SMGC del. Esch, ECC, 2 and 1; Mitchell, SCC del. Kindlesparger, ECC, 7 and 6; Schelfer, SCC del. Hargrave, SMGC, 8 and 5; MacDonald, ECC split with Frohardt, SMGC; Dawson, SCC del. Wolf, SMGC, 2 and 1; Boyles, ECC split with Payne, SCC. Net alnglea Sorem, SCC del. Sanchez, ECC, 1-up; Knight, SCC del. Williams, SMGC, 4 and 3; Hlndman, ECC del. Pennlngton, SMGC, 6 and 5; Latham, ECC del. Armes, SMGC, 1-up; Martin, SCC del. Tucker, SMGC, 3 and 2; Wallace, ECC del. Ramage, SCC, 6 and 4; Johnson, ECC del. Rhodenbaugh, SMGC, 2 and 1; Glnther, SCC del. Faelber, ECC, 2 and 1; Medve, SMGC split with Drake, SCC; Lamer, ECC del. Carswell, SMGC, 2 and 1; Dull, SCC del. Ration, SMGC, 5 and 4; Triplet!, SCC del. Sellers, ECC, 3 and 2. Cross country College results FORT HAYS INVITATIONAL MEN Team scores Fort Hays State 45, Colorado 80, Nebraska- Lincoln 86, Barton County 136, Colorado College 147, Colby 161, Nebraska-Kearney 189, Colorado-Colorado Springs 200, Fort Hays Stale No. 2 229, Hastings 246, Colorado Christ- Ian 313, Kansas Wesleyan 319, Pratt 383, Sterling 390. Top 10 medalists 1. Kogo, BC, 24:52; 2. Koech, BC. 25:29; 3. Trout, FH. 25:38; 4. Too, BC, 25:39; 5. Shanahan, FH, 25:51; 6. Roybal, Colo, 28:01; 7. Vance, NL, 28:07; 8. Maryo. NL, 28:13; 9. Lee, FH, 26:14; 10. Kohrs, Colby, 26:17. Other Fort Haya result* 12. J.McCultough, 26:25; 16. Wtahael, 26:40; 23. K.McCullough, 28:50; 24. Fouls, 26:55; 33. Elliott, 27:21; 39. Granados, 27:32; 45. Becker, 27:48; 58. Mitchell, 28:30; 67. Musgrave, 28:59; 72. Bohannon, 29:07. Kanaaa Wesleyan results 35. Sawyer, 27:28; 88. Elletl, 28:57; 74. Druse, 29:14; 93. Jarboe, 31:03; 97. Miller, 31:52; 112. Toelle, 39.37. WOMEN Team scores Colorado 29, Fort Hays State 84, Nebraska- Kearney 102, Colorado College 104, Trinidad, Colo. 125. Colby 156, Northern Colorado 173, Colorado-Colorado Springs 213, Garden City 282, Sterling 287, Kansas Wesleyan 289, Colorado Christian 351. Top 10 medallata 1. Zehr, Colo, 18:31; 2. Fein, NL, 18:35; 3. Thompson, NK, 18:49; 4. Carrington, Colo, 18:52; 5. Davlla, T, 18:53; 6. Wast, FH, 18:55; 7. Ziemer, CCS, 18:56; 8. Cockerham, Colo, 19:01; 9. Stewart, Colo, 19:11; 10. Russell, FH, 19:11. Other Fort Haya results 13. Green, 19:21; 15. Weatherman, 19:24; 55. Pryor, 20:54; 58. Saenger, 21:02; 64. Ughtwlne, 21:17; 68. Beyer, 21:20; 71. Bachelor, 21:34. Kanaaa Wealeyan results 56. Ertcksoh, 20:55; 67. Theer, 21:26; 80. Derkson, 22:06; 83. Wheeler, - 22:47; 90. Roberts, 23:27. Tennis High school CLASS 3-2-1A At Wichita Team scores Wichita Collegiate 80, Clallln 38, Lyons 19, Clmarron 12, Elllnwood 10, Hlllsboro 9, Ashland 6, Conway Springs 5, Sterling 5, Trego 5, Ness City 2, Tribune 2, St. John 1. Singles Championship — Sutherland, Wichita Collegiate, del. Patterson, Wichita Collegiate, 8-1,46,6-4. Third place — Stiles, Clallln, del. Watklns, Elllnwood, 6-4,6-4. Fifth place — Schlehuber, Hillsboro, del. Knobbe, Clmarron, 9-3. Seventh place — Klug, Clallln, del. Bush, Sterling, 10-8. Ninth place — McCoy, Trego, del. Knotts, Ness City, 9-4. Doubles Championship — Rheem-Walllng, Wichita Collegiate, del. Young-Kater, Wichita Collegiate, 6-4,6-2. Third place — Church-Proffrtt, Lyons, del. Hlckely-Wondra, Clallln, 6-3. Fifth place—Klug-Stephens, Clallln, del. Folck-Neufeld, Lyons, 9-4. Seventh place — Humphreys-McNickle, Ashland, del. Stuever-Osner, Conway Springs, 9-5. Ninth place — Tucker-Klndsuater, Clmarron, del. Kutller-Davldson, Tribune, 9-6. Volleyball State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Co-player of the weak Kim Ford ol Friends, a senior hitter from Wichita, Is the KCAC co-player of the week with Marsha Emmot of Kansas Wesleyan. Gray had 80 kills, 20 blocks, 145 digs and three service aces In the Falcons wins over Tabor, Southwestern and the championship of the Baker Tournament. College results AT MANHATTAN Kansas State del. Missouri, 15-5,15-8,15-4 ATTOPEKA Washbum del. Fort Hays State, 13-15,15-3, 15-11,10-15,15-4 Soccer MLS Cup D.C. 3, LOS ANGELES 2 (ot) Los Angeles 1 1 0—2 D.C. 021—3 Scoring First hall — LA: Hurtado (Clenfuegos), 5th. Second half — LA Armas (unassisted), 58th. D.C.: Sanneh (Etcherverry), 73rd; Medved (unassisted), 82nd. Overtime — D.C.: Pope (Etcheverry), 94th. Shots on goal — LA 4, D.C. 4. Saves —U 4, D.C. 2. A-34,643 (23.865). State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Players of the week WOMEN Jen Stipp of Bethel, a sophomore forward from Wichita, Is the KCAC offensive player ol .the week. Stipp scored seven goals In wins over Tabor and Sterling. Shelly Hlckman ol Friends, a sophomore de- lender, Is the KCAC defensive player ol the week. Hlckman scored one goal and had five assists. Cycling Local results SALINA WHEELMEN MOUNTAIN BIKE TIME TRIALS At Sallna YMCA , 1. Brian Darnell, 18:28; 2. Tony Jennings, 17:26; 3. Rodd Qlavin, 17:51; 4. Larry Bowles, 18:08; 5. Rod Billings, 16:25; 6. Casey Stoddard, 24:25; 7. Eric Stoddard, 25:18. Next race - October 27 at 2 p.m. General Transactions BASEBALL American League MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Named Cecil Cooper director of player development. SEATTLE MARINERS-Announced a one- year agreement with Memphis of the Southern BASKETBALL National Baaketball Association CHARLOTTE HORNETS—Signed Q Tony Smith. NEW JERSEY NETS-Slgned F Xavler Mc- Danlel. ORLANDO MAGIC—Signed C Danny Schayes, FOOTBALL National Football League NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Activated TE Tony Johnson from the practice squad. Waived G Don Willis. HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES-Agreed to terms with RW Matthew Bamaby on a three-year contract. OTTAWA SENATORS-Placed D Sean Hill and D Stan Nectar on the Injured reserve list. T JUNIOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL Garden City knocks off Coffeyville, 28-12 By The Associated Press Garden City won a big Jayhawk Community College Conference battle Saturday and may have inadvertently won the post-season playoff war, too. Garden City defeated Coffeyville 2812; Hutchinson nipped Fort Scott 13-6; Independence shut out Highland 67-0; and Butler County bombed Dodge City 77-8 in final regular season games Saturday. Post-season playoff games begin on Sunday, with the semifinals on Nov. 3 and the championship game on Nov. 10. First-round matchups are Dodge City at Garden City, Highland at Coffeyville, Independence at Butler County and Fort Scott at Hutchinson. Starting times will be announced this week. Garden City will go into the playoffs with momentum, but Coffeyville could be minus the No. 2 and 3 rushers in the conference, Mike Jenkins and Derrick Foster, for the rest of the season. They suffered ankle and shoulder injuries in the loss to Garden City. "If we lose them we just have to go on," said Coffeyville Coach Skip Foster. "We have no choice." Coffeyville has the No. 1 rushing offense in the nation's two-year school ranks with a 433-yard average, but Garden City, which has the top rushing defense with a 48-yard average, held the Red Ravens to 182 yards. Jenkins, who averaged 133 yards per game, got only 46 on 12 carries, and Foster, who averaged 121, lost 5 yards on a pair of carries. • "Up front we just did not get it done," said Foster. "Physically, they were the best we've faced all season." "Our defense was primed," said Garden City Coach Jirn Gush. "We really carried out our game plan well, especially defensively." Linebacker Jeff Kelly was the main thorn in Coffeyville's side, making 20 tackles, including six solos. Tyson Wilson, the No. 1 rusher in the conference, got a game-best 149 on 23 carries, including a 36-yard TD run to open Garden City's scoring. SPORTS DIGEST Sunday run The Associated Press The 19th LaSalle Banks Chicago Marathon Sunday drew more than 11,000 runners. Paul Evans and Marian Sutton, both of Great Britain, captured the men's and women's divisions, respectively. Baseball NEW YORK — Acting commissioner Bud Selig missed baseball's bargaining session for a third straight day Sunday, annoying negotiators for both sides and leading to a largely unproductive session. Owners negotiator Randy Levine and union head Donald Fehr have said Selig's presence is necessary to conclude an agreement by the end of the World Series. However, Selig didn't arrive in New York until it was too late to attend the session, according to baseball sources who .'. spoke on the condition of anonymity. Levine and Fehr, who broke up their meeting to attend Gam£ 1 of the World Series, were unsure whether Selig would attend today's meeting. Football LINDSBORG — Michael Godwin of Bethany was named the Kansas Conference offensive player of the week for rushing 171 yards for three . ^ touchdowns in a 66-7 victory over Sterling. God- ,. win, a junior running back from McPherson, also: caught three passes for 56 yards and one touch-," ,T down. Gerry Strange of Southwestern was named] defensive player of the week for his 12 tackles . "^ and two sacks in a 61-13 win over McPherson on Saturday. Strange, a senior linebacker from Win-., field, also caused one fumble and returned an in-.!' terception for 16 yards. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It was the blood that tipped them off. Officials stopped the St. Pius ' '..'. game against Academy on Oct. 12 after a number; of Academy players emerged from plays with ; ' bleeding cuts. A check of the St. Pius equipment confirmed the worst — junior Mike Cito was " ''" •' • playing with a razor-sharp buckle on his helmet, • Before the buckle was taken out of play in the first hah 0 , at least five players were injured. Included was Chargers senior Joe Paquette, taken to the hospital where he received 12 stitches. ,. ' Academy eventually beat St. Pius 22-16 in double overtime. St. Pius High School activities director Jeff Turcotte confirmed Saturday that Cito has been dismissed from the team. His helmet buckle, sharp enough to shred a magazine cover, has been turned over to the New Mexico Activities Association, which is investigating. Soccer FOXBORO, Mass. — The U.S. Soccer Federatibi}j plans to set up a fund for the families of the « Guatemala stadium tragedy. "The Guatemalans '::. '". are our friends and Americans have always had a°history of responding warmly in times of tragedy,"' USSF spokesman Jim Trecker said. "Our soccer , family wants to stand with the Guatemalans in • their time of sorrow and will make a gesture on their behalf." The amount of the donation and details of the fund are still to be determined. The USSF's board of directors announced its plans Sunday before the inaugural championship gatae of; ; Major League Soccer. A moment of silence was o\> served before kickoff of the MLS Cup. eighty-four "* people were killed and 193 were injured before "" " Wednesday night's scheduled World Cup qualify- - ing game in Guatemala City. LINDSBORG — Kansas Wesleyan swept the Kansas Conference Player of the Week soccer honors. Mike Dibbini, a junior forward, was honored on offense after scoring two goals in the final 12 minutes in Wesleyan's 4-3 win over Bethany and had a goal in the Coyotes' 3-1 win over Friends; Brad Came, a freshman sweeper from Omaha, . Neb., was recognized on defense for his play in the Coyotes' two. victories. Volleyball LINDSBORG — Kansas Wesleyan's Marsha ' Emmot was named co-Player of the Week in volleyball in the Kansas Conference. Emmot, a 5-10 junior hitter from Salina, averaged 4,66 kills, 4.3 digs, 1.3 blocks and .66 assists and also had a service ace in nine games this past week. Emmot shared the award with Friends' Kim Ford. 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