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TUESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL T p.m. — Major League Baseball, Work) Series, NY Yankees at Atlanta Staves. FOX, cable HOCKEY »:SO p.m. — NHL Hockey, Anaheim at Philadelphia. ESPN2, cable 39. 8:$0 pjfi. - NHL Hockey, Colorado at Calgary, PRIME, cable 37. RADIO GENERAL B:30 p.m. - Coors Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL, I ISO-AM. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Buffalo 520 .714 104 117 Indianapolis 520 .714 124 114 Miami 430 .571 188 121 New England 430 .571 174 140 NY Jets 0 8 0 .000 114 212 Central Houston 520 .714 174 143 Pittsburgh 520 .714 144 103 Jacksonville 350 .375 151 153 Baltimore 2 5 0 .288 159 201 Cincinnati 1 6 0 .143 128 160 West Denver 6 1 0 .857 189 127 Kansas Ctty 5 2 0 .714 151 108 San Diego 430 .571 159 167 Oakland 4 4 0 .500 179 148 Seattle 2 5 0 .286 109 187 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Washington 6 1 0 .857 161 99 Philadelphia 5 2 0 .714 160 149 Dallas 430 .571 136 107 Arizona 3 4 .0 .428 98 157 NY Giants 2 5 0 .286 89 147 Central Green Bay 610 .657 227 92 Minnesota 5 2 0 .714 127 116 Detroit 430 .571 162 124 Chicago 2 5 0 .286 104 152 Tampa Bay 1 6 0 .143 78 152 West Carolina 520 .714 164 91 San Francisco 520 .714 183 106 SL Louis 2 5 0 .288 105 185 New Orleans 2 6 0 .250 121 160 Atlanta 0 7 0 .000 123 207 Thursday's reeultt Kansas Ctty 34, Seattle 16 Sunday's results Dallas 32, Atlanta 28 Philadelphia 35, Miami 26 New England 27, Indianapolis 9 Carolina 19, New Orleans 7 Washington 31, NY Giants 21 Denver 45, Baltimore 34 Buffalo 25, NY Jets 22 San Francisco 28, Cincinnati 21 SL Louis 17, Jacksonville 14 Houston 23, Pittsburgh 13 Arizona 13, Tampa Bay 9 Open date: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota Monday's result Oakland 23, San Diego 14 Sunday, Oct. 27 Carolina at Philadelphia, Noon Indianapolis at Washington, Noon Jacksonville at Cincinnati, Noon NY Giants at Detroit, Noon M Pittsburgh at Atlanta, Noon ' SL Louis at Baltimore, Noon •. San Francisco at Houston, Noon . Tampa Bay at Green Bay, Noon Dallas at Miami, 3 p.m. Kansas City at Denver, 3 p.m. , NY Jets at Arizona, 3 p.m. San Diego at Seattle, 3 p.m. - Buffalo at New England, 7 p.m. ' Open date: New Orleans, Oakland Monday, Oct. 28 Chicago at Minnesota, 8 p.m. NFL summary Sunday's game BILLS 25, JETS 22 * But NYJ first downs 23 19 Rushes-yards 43-138 22-64 Passing 195 253 Punt Returns 346 2-14 Klckoff Returns 4-84 6-116 Interceptions Ret 2-28 0-0 r Comp-Att-lnt 19-36-0 21-36-2 ISacked-Yards Lost 3-26 04 Punts 3-34.3 243.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-3 Penalties-Yards 540 3-20 Time of Possession 36:24 23:36 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS " HUSHING—Buffalo, Thomas 24-97, Kelly 327, Tlndale 3-9, Holmes 10-7, Moulds 1-5, Reeds 2-(-7). New York, Murrell 1349, Anderson 6-16, Reich 3^-1). PASSING—Buffalo, Kelly 19-36-0-221. New York, Reich 21-38-2-253. RECEIVING-eutfato, LJohnson 6-90, Early 3-34, Reed 3-26, Moulds 2-31, Thomas 2-17, Cllne 2-11, Koons 1-12. New York, Johnson 894, Chrebet 6-73, Anderson 3-55, Baxter 1-12, Brady 1-12, Davis 1-6, Murrell 1-1 MISSED FIELD GOALS—Buffalo, Christie 36; New York, Lowery43. SCORING SUMMARY Buffalo 333 16-25 NY Jets 7 0 8 7-22 First Quarter NYJ—K.Johnson 16 pass from Reich (Lowery kick), 9:39. Buf—FG Christie 48,13:20. Second Quarter Buf—FG Christie 32,9:47. Third Quarter Buf—FG Christie 47,4:52. NYJ—K.Johnson 9 pass from Reich (Brady 'pass from Reich), 12:25. Fourth Quarter Buf-FG Christie 23,4:50. . Bui-Holmes 1 run (Christie kick), 7:02. Buf—FG Christie 33,11:58. ' NYJ—Chrebet 20 pass from Raich (Lowery kick), 13:70. . Bui—FG Christie 47,14:50. ' A—49,775. Chiefs statistics KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Statistics after 7 gamea ; PASSING , ATT COM YDS TO INT RATE ffono 227 130 1398 9 5 79.5 tEAM 227 130 1398 9 6 79.5 QPP 237 123 1526 2 7 62.7 RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LONG TO Alan Hill Bennett Anders Bono Richardson Vanover McNalr TEAM 68 302 47 166 23 139 25 116 15 32 2 6 1 6 2 3 203 770 3.4 20 3.5 20 6.0 34 4.6 151 2.1 17 3.0 6.0 1.5 3.8 34 OPPONENTS RecErvma Penn Anders Hughes iHen Johnson rtnover McNalr Cash >awson Carter LaChapetle Bennett HID Bailey Walker ttehflroson TEAM OPPONENTS 1*2 74t 3.9 651 6 NO. YDS AVO LONG TO 25 286 11.5 22 2 17 168 14 130 9.9 45 9.3 26 13 162 12.5 59 12 111 9.3 23 11 125 11.4 24 83 10.4 29 42 6.0 20 83 16.6 25 62 16.4 461 76 15.6 25 12 3.0 10 15 15.0 15 12 12.0 12 6.0 6 1.0 11 130 13M 10.1 59 123 1S26 12,4 45 (NTS NO. YDS AVQ LONG TO Carter 3 17 5.7 17 0 Collins 2 45 22.5 23 0 Davis 1 30 30.0 30 0 ilmton 1 2 2.0 20 TEAM 7 «4 13.4 30 0 OPPONENTS 5 II 3.8 10 0 SACKS rhomas N. Smfth Davis Phillips Jooker Jrownlng TEAM OPPONENTS NO 7.0 3.5 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.0 17.0 12.0 Power rankings by Serlpps Howard News Service 1. Ohio State 120.1 2. Florida State 117.0 3. Florida 116.5 4. Nebraska 114.7 5. North Carolina 113.7 6. Arizona State 112.7 7. Alabama 109.1 8. Southern Mississippi 108.6 9. Tennessee 108.3 10. Kansas State 107.8 11. West Virginia 107.1 12. Virginia 107.1 13. Washington 105.5 14. Penn State 105.5 15. Notre Dame 105.5 16. Colorado 10S.5 17. Michigan 105.0 16. Iowa 104.5 19. California 103.8 20. Syracuse 103.5 21. Louisiana State 103.5 22. East Carolina 103.5 23. Northwestern 102.5 24. Brigham Young 102.5 25. Tens Tech 102.2 26. Auburn 102.2 27. Air Force 102.2 28. Georgia Tech 1012 29. Southern Cal 101.0 30. Army 99.9 31. Michigan State 99.4 32. Miami (Ra.) 99.4 33. San Diego State 992 34. Navy 98.4 35. Wyoming 98.1 36. Virginia Tech 97.9 37. Georgia 97.9 36. Wisconsin 97.1 39. Arizona 96.9 40. Rice 98.4 41. Utah 96.1 42. South Carolina 96.1 43. Louisville 96.1 44. Clemson 95.6 45. Kansas 95.6 46. Boston College 95.3 47. Texas AIM 94.8 46. Washington State 94.6 49. UCLA 94.6 50. Texas 94.1 53. Baylor 92.3 55. Oklahoma State 91.3 57. lows State 91.3 72. Missouri 87.9 63. Oklahoma 65.1 College polls NCAA 1-AA HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. (AP) — The top 25 teams In the Sports Network Division I-AA football poll, with first-place voles in parentheses, records through Oct. 20 and previous ranking: Record Pis Prv I.Marshall (72) 7-0 2276 1 2. Montana (20) 6-0 2221 2 3. Northern Iowa 6-1 2104 3 4. Troy State 6-1 1941 6 5. Murray St. 6-1 1782 6 6. Northern Arizona 7-1 1767 7 7. Delaware 6-1 1595 10 8. Furman 6-1 1563 11 9. SW Missouri State 5-2 1477 5 10. James Madison 6-1 1309 13 11. Jackson State 5-1 1305 4 12. Stephen F.Austin 4-2 1228 12 13. Florida AiM 6-1 1126 15 14. East Tennessee State 6-1 1067 16 15. Western Illinois 6-1 983 17 16. William & Mary 5-2 931 19 17. Villanova 5-2 905 9 16. Eastern Illinois 4-2 636 14 19. NW Louisiana 5-2 541 22 20. Appalachian State 4-3 534 21 21. Indiana State 6-2 532 23 22. Eastern Washington 5-2 464 20 23. Connecticut 4-3 195 24 24. New Hampshire 4-2 194 18 25. Idaho State 3-3 134 25 NCAA II OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — The top 20 teams In the NCAA Division II football poll with first-place votes In parentheses, record through Oct. 20, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pv« 1.ValdostaState(4) 7-0 80 4 2. Saginaw Valley State 6-0 76 5 3. Texas A&M-Wngsvllle 4-2 69 16 4. NW Missouri State 6-0 66 18 5. N.C. Central 7-1 66 16 6. West Georgia 6-1 60 16 7. Ferris State 7-1 55 12 8. Nebraska-Omaha 6-1 50 13 9. Carson-Newman 6-1 48 10 10. Chadron State 7-0 43 16 11. Indiana, Pa. (4) 5-1 42 1 12. Missouri Southern 5-1 34 3 13. Central Oklahoma 5-1 33 2 14. South Dakota 6-1 26 117 15. Catawba 6-1 24 117 16. Clarion 6-1 23 19 17. Cal Davis 3-315 — 18. South Dakota State 5-2 10 14 19. Angelo State 4-2 7 11 He. West Chester 4-27 — NCAA III OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) - The top teams from each region In the NCAA Division III football poll with records through Oct. 20: East Region I.Ithaca 5-0 2. Union, N.Y. W 3. Buffalo State 4-1 4. Kings Point 4-1 5. College of New Jersey 3-2 6. Rowan 4-2 North Region 1. Mount Union 6-0 2. Albion 3. Illinois Westeyan 5-0 4. Allegheny 64 5. Whealon 54 John Carroll 5-1 South Region Lycomlnj 5-0 Trinity, Texas 64 Urslnus 7-0 . Washington & Jefferson 4-1 . Emory & Henry 5-1 . Albright 5-1 West Region . WIsconsln-LaCrosse 64 . Bethel, Minn. 74 .Simpson 64 . Chapman 54 . St. John's, Minn. 74 . Si. Thomas, Minn. 74 NAIAI TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The top 5 teams In the NAIA DMskm I football poll with first-place votes parentheses, records through Oct. 20, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pva 1.Langston(2) 5-1 10 1 2. Northwestern Oklahoma 5-162 3. Carroll, Mont. 5-26 5 4. SW Oklahoma 4-2 4 5. Rocky Mountain 5-32 3 NAIA II TULSA, Okla. (AP)—The top 25 teams In the MIA Division II football poll with first-place votes i parentheses, records through Oct. 20, total points and previous ranking: Record Pis Pvs 1.Flndlay(14) 64 398 1 2. W.Washington (2) 5-0 386 2 3. Sioux Falls 74 356 3 4. Howard Payne 64 348 4 5. Lambulh 5-1 333 5 6. Clinch Valley 74 306 6 7.Malone 5-1 305 7 8. Evangel 54 266 9 9. Hardln-Slmmom 5-1 265 8 10. Geneva 4-1 251 10 11. Benedictine 5-1 233 11 12. Northwestern, Iowa 6-0 219 12 13. Pacific Lutheran 4-1 216 13 14. Bethany 4-1 165 15 5. Valley Ctty State 74 182 16 6. Willamette 4-1 183 16 7. Azuza Pacific 5-1 143 19 6. Westminster, Pa. 4-2 115 14 19. Southwestern 4-1 80 25 20.Graceland 5-1 72 — 21. MMAmtrlca Naz. 4-2 66 17 22. North Greenville 5-1 59 20 23. St. Ambrose 5-1 57 21 24. Mlnnesota-Crookston 6-1 38 — 25. Peru State 5-1 32 23 College schedule Saturday, Oct. 26 EAST Syracuse (3-2) at Boston College (4-3), 11 a.m. Temple (1-6) at Rutgers (1-8), 11 a.m. Massachusetts (5-2) at New Hampshire (4-2), 11:30 a.m. Penn (2-3) at Brown (2-3), Noon Wagner (3-3) at Cent. Connecticut St. (1-5), Noon Lafayette (3-2) at Colgate (34), Noon James Madison (6-1) at Delaware (6-1), Noon lona (0-6) at Duquesne (64), Noon Georgetown, D.C. (4-1) at Fordham (0-6), Noon Bucknell (24) at Holy Cross (1-5), Noon Harvard (2-3) at Princeton (14), Noon Boston U. (14) at Rhode Island (34), Noon Falrfield (04) at Siena (14), Noon Marist (4-2) at St. Peter's (2-3), Noon St. Francis, Pa. (24) at Towson St. (34), Noon Columbia (54) at Yale (2-3), Noon Hofstra (3-3) at Connecticut (4-3), 12:30 p.m. Dartmouth (54) at Cornell (2-3), 12:30 p.m. Monmouth, N.J. (5-2) at Robert Morris (5-1), 12:30p.m. St. John's, NY (3-2) at Canislus (54), 2 p.m. Miami (4-2) at West Virginia (74), 6 p.m. SOUTH Maryland (34) at Duke (04), 11 a.m. Furman (6-1) at E. Tennessee SI. (6-1), 11 a.m. Pittsburgh (2-5) at Virginia Tech (4-1), 11 a.m. Mississippi SL (2-3) at LSU (5-1), 11:40 a.m. Marshall (74) at Appalachian St. (4-3), Noon Cent. Florida (2-5) at Georgia Tech (4-2), Noon N. Carolina A&T (5-1) at Howard U. (4-2), Noon Villanova (5-2) at Richmond (2-5), Noon Navy (4-1) at Wake Forest (2-5), Noon Northeastern (34) at William & Mary (5-2), Noon Randolph-Macon (4-1) at Davidson (3-3), 12:30 p.m. Charleston Southern (14) at Liberty (2-5), 12:30 p.m. SI. Joseph's, Ind. (5-2) at Morehead St. (3-2), 12:30p.m. Hampton U. (3-3) at S. Carolina St. (2-3), 12:30 p.m. Alabama A&M (34) vs. Alabama SL (34) at Birmingham, Ala., 1 p.m. Delaware St. (2-5) at Morgan St. (3-3), 1 p.m. E. Kentucky (3-3) at Tenn.-Martin (0-6), 1 p.m. E. Illinois (4-2) at Tennessee Tech (4-2), 1 p.m. South Carolina (4-3) at Vanderbllt (1-5), 1 p.m. Tn.-Chattanooga (24) at W. Carolina (2-5), 1 p.m. Jackson St. (5-1) at Grambling St. (24), 1:30 p.m. Austin Peay (0-7) at Tennessee St. (3-3), 1:30 p.m. Cincinnati (34) at Louisville (4-3), 2 p.m. Southern U. (4-2) at Alcom St. (44), 2:30 p.m. Virginia (5-1) at Florida St. (54), 2:30 p.m. Alabama (74) at Tennessee (4-1), 2:30 p.m. Georgia Southern (34) at Citadel (2-4), 3 p.m. Indiana SL (6-2) at W. Kentucky (44), 5 p.m. Georgia (3-3) at Kentucky (14), 6 p.m. Alt-Birmingham (4-2) at Louisiana Tech (4-4), 6p.m. Arkansas St. (34) at Mississippi (3-3), 6 p.m. Troy St. (6-1) at Jacksonville St. (1-6), 7 p.m. Memphis (34) at SW Louisiana (34), 7 p.m. Southern Miss. (6-1) at Tulane (24), 7 p.m. MIDWEST Illinois (24) at Northwestern (6-1), 11:20 a.m. Penn St. (6-2) at Indiana (2-5), 11:30 a.m. Wisconsin (3-3) at Michigan St. (4-3), 11:30 a.m. Ball St. (4-3) at Cent Michigan (44), Noon Drake (6-1) at Dayton (74), Noon Army (64) at Miami, Ohio (44), Noon NW Louisiana (4-2) at Youngstown St. (5-2), Noon San Diego (24) at Butler (14), 12:30 p.m. Valparaiso (3-3) at Evansvllle (3-3), 1 p.m. Oklahoma (2-4) at Kansas St. (6-1), 1 p.m. Oklahoma St. (4-3) at Missouri (24), 1 p.m. Bowling Green (4-3) at Ohio U. (4-3), 1 p.m. W. Michigan (0-7) at Toledo (4-2), 1 p.m. N. Iowa (6-1) at S. Illinois (44), 1:30 p.m. Cal Poly-SLO (34) at W. Illinois (6-1), 1:30 p.m. Middle Tern. (34) at SE Missouri (1 -5), 2 p.m. Kent (2-5) at E. Michigan (1-7), 2:30 p.m. Ohio St. (64) at Iowa (5-1), 2:30 p.m. SW Missouri St. (5-2) at Illinois St. (2-5), 3 p.m. Akron (24) at N. Illinois (14), 3 p.m. Michigan (5-1) at Minnesota (3-3), 6 p.m. Kansas (3-3) at Nebraska (5-1), 6 p.m. SOUTHWEST Texas Tech (4-3) at Texas A&M (34), 11:30 a.m. Nevada (4-3) at North Texas (34), 2 p.m. McNeese St. (24) at Sam Houston St. (2-5), 2 p.m. Samford (4-3) at Stephen F.Austin (4-2), 2 p.m. Brigham Young (7-1) at Texas Christian (24), 2p.m. Iowa St. (24) at Baylor (3-3), 2:30 p.m. Nteholls St. (3-3) at SW Texas St. (3-3). 3p.m. North Carolina (5-1) at Houston (4-3), 5:30 p.m. New Mexico (4-3) at Southern Meth. (2-5), 7 p.m. Miss. Valley St. (3-4) at Texas Southern (4-3), 7p.m. Rice (3-3) at Texas-El Paso (2-4), 8 p.m. FAR WEST Hawaii (2-6) at Air Force (4-2), 1 p.m. N. Arizona (7-1) at Montana (6-0), 1 p.m. Tulsa (3-3) al Utah (6-1). 1p.m. Portland St. (2-5) at Montana St. (3-3), 1:30 t.m. Texas (3-3) al Colorado (5-1), 2:30 p.m. San Diego St. (4-1) at Colorado St. (4-4). 2:30 p.m. Washington (4-2) at Oregon (34), 2:30 p.m. Arizona St. (7-0) at Stanford (24). 2:30 p.m. E. Washington (5-2) at Idaho St. (3-3), 3 p.m. Fresno St. (24) al UNLV (0-8), 3 p.m. Idaho (3-3) at Utah St. (44), 3 p.m. UCLA (24) at California (5-1), 5:30 p.m. S. Utah (44) at New Mexico St. (0-7), 7:30 i.m. CS Northridge (4-3) at Sacramento St. (1-5), 8 p.m. Oregon SI. (1-5) at Arizona (3-3), 9 p.m. St. Mary's, Cal. (4-2) at UC Davis (3-3), 9 p.m. Southern Cal (4-3) al Washington St. (5-2), 9:15 p.m. Junior college KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Playoff pairings All games Sunday, 1:30 p.m. Fort Scott at Hutchlnson; Independence at Butler County; Highland at Coffeyvllle; Dodge :ity at Garden City. Baseball MLB postseason WORLD SERIES Saturday, Oct. 19 Atlanta at New York, ppd., rain Sunday, Oct. 20 Atlanta 12, New York 1 Monday, Oct. 21 Atlanta 4, New York 0, Atlanta leads series 2- Tuesday, Oct. 22 New York (Cone 7-2) at Atlanta (Glavlne 1510), 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct 23 New York (Rogers 12-8) al Atlanta (Neagle 169), 7:18 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 New York (Pettltte 21-6) at Atlanta (Smoltz 248), 7:15 p.m., if necessary Saturday, Oct. 26 Atlanta al New York, 7:01 p.m., If necessary Sunday, Oct. 27 Atlanta at New York, 6:35 p.m., if necessary World Series BRAVES 4, YANKEES 0 ATLANTA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl rssom d 5121 Raines II 4020 Lemke 2b 4220 Boggs 3b 4010 CpJnes 3D 3010 BeWms cf 4000 McGrif 1b 3023 TMrtnz 1b 4000 JLopezc 4010 Fielderdh 4020 Dye ri 4 0 1 0 Fox pr 0000 AJones II 3000 O'Neill rf 4010 Pndlton dh 4110 Duncan 2b 3000 3lauser ss 2000 Girardi c 3000 Poloniaph 1000 DJelerss .2010 Blllardss 0000 Totals 334104 Totals 32070 Atlanta 101 011 000-4 New York 000 000 000—0 E—Raines (1). DP—Atlanta 1, New York 2. LOB—Atlanta 7, New York 6.2B—Grissom (1), Lemke (1), CpJones (1), Pendlelon (1), O'Neill (1). CS—Raines (1). S—Lemke. SF—McGrifl. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta GMadduxW.1-0 8 60002 Wohlers 1 10003 New York KeyL,0-1 6 10 4 4 2 0 Lloyd 2-300002 JNelson 11-30 0 0 0 2 MRivera 1 00001 HBP—by GMaddux (DJeter), by Key (AJones). Umpires—Home, Tata; First, Welke; Second, Rippley; Third, Young; Lett, Davis; Right, Evans. T—2:44. A—56,340 (57,545). Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pis OF GA Florida 4 0 3 11 21 9 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 Division W L T Pts GF 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 Division W L T Pts GF GA Dallas 7 1 0 14 26 17 Chicago 5 3 0 10 19 15 Detroit 440 8 19 13 St. Louis 440 8 23 19 Phoenix 331 7 18 16 Toronto 150 2 .12 23 Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA Colorado 431 9 34 20 Calgary 440 8 20 19 Edmonton 440 8 22 26 Los Angeles 450 8 26 30 San Jose 332 8 23 29 Vancouver 340 6 21 23 Anaheim 152 4 22 33 Sunday's results Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1 Tampa Bay 5, NY Rangers 2 Calgary 6, Edmonton 3 Boston 5, Anaheim 1 San Jose 3, SI. Louis 2 Florida 1, Phoenix 1, tie Monday's result Detroit 3, Los Angeles 0 Tuesday's gamea Tampa Bay at NY Islanders, 6:30 p.m. Anaheim at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. San Jose at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Colorado al Calgary, 8:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Edmonton, 8:30 p.m. St. Louis at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Basketball NBA exhibition Sunday's results Seattle 62, Indiana 72 Detroit 95, Utah 88 Houston 91, Charlotte 85 Denver 95, Sacramento 87 Monday's results Orlando 104, New Jersey 103 (ot) Charlotte 109, Cleveland 107 Portland 67, Washington 62 Auto racing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The lop 20 drivers and money winners on the NASCAR Winston Cup circuit through the Oct. 20 ACDelC0400: Winston Cup points 1, Terry Labonte, 4,327.2, Jeff Gordon, 4,295. 3, Dale Jarrelt, 4,251.4, Dale Earnhardt, 4,035. i. Mark Martin, 3,947. 6, Ricky Rudd, 3,582. 7, Rusty Wallace, 3,540.6, Sterling Martin, 3,462. 9, Ernie Irvan. 3,426. 10, Ken Schrader, 3,409. 11, Jeff Burton, 3,325. 12, Bobby Hamilton, 3,304. 13, Michael Waltrip, 3.290. 14, Bobby Labonte, 3,262. 15, Jimmy Spencer, 3,241. 16, Ted Musgrave, 3,231. 17, Rick Mast, 3,017.16, Geoff Bodlne, 2,976. 19, Ricky Craven, 2,954. 20, Morgan Shepherd, 2,942. Money 1, Jefl Gordon, $2,367,653. 2, Dale Jarrett, $2,262,195. 3, Terry Labonte, $1,828,823. 4, Dale Earnhardt, $1,646,941. 5, Mark Martin, $1,454,880. 6, Emle Irvan, $1,404,397. 7, Sler- ing Marlln, $1,254,380. 8, Rusty Wallace, $1,238,447. 9, Ricky Rudd, $1,152,418. 10, Bobby Labonte, $1,052,960. 11, Michael Waltrip, $1,012,645. 12, Ken Schrader, $939,192. 13, Jimmy Spencer, $886,975. 14, Geoff Bodlne, $878,945. 15, Johnny Benson, $849,655. 16, Ricky Craven, $826,762. 17, Bobby Hamilton, $817,075. 18, Ward Burton, $815,424. 19, Ted Musgrave, $810,262.20, Rick Mast, $766,692. Golf PGA money PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Ra. (AP) — Money eaders on the PGA Tour through the Disney Classic, which ended Oct. 20: Tm Money LPhllMlckelson 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 24 $1,137,939 7. Fred Couples 16 $1,126,694 6. Scott Hoch 27 $980,764 9. David Duval 24 $913,479 10. Greg Norman 17 $891,237 H.NIckFaldo 16 $889,621 12. Justin Leonard 30 $841,140 13. Tommy Tolles 25 $819,989 14. Ernie Els 19 $804,944 15. Corey Pavln 22 $795,520 16. Kenny Perry 26 $781,079 17. Vljay Singh 25 $767,540 18. Michael Bradley 26 $766,825 19. Jefl Maggert 26 $755,455 20. Steve Jones 25 $751,644 21. John Cook 25 $750,260 22. Fred Funk 31 $744,734 23. Tiger Woods 10 $734,794 24. Brad Faxon 22 $731,050 25. Loren Roberts 24 $725,231 26. Jim Furyk 28 $675,350 27. Tom Watson 15 $659,238 28. Mark Calcavecchla 28 $565,251 29. Jeff Sluman 30 $562,528 30. Duffy Waldorf 21 $553,982 31.LeeJanzen 28 $540,916 32. Woody Austin 36 $539,397 33. Payne Stewart 26 $537,293 34. David Ogrtn 31 $537,225 35. BobTway 25 $529,456 36. Jay Haas 27 $523,019 37. John Huston 25 $506,173 38. Mark McCumber 16 $487,226 39. Tim Herron 32 $475,670 40. Rocco Mediate 22 $475,255 41. Clarence Rose 28 $461,899 42. Steve Elkington 21 $459,637 43. Craig Parry 25 $454,203 44. Paul Goydos 30 $438,111 45. DA Weibring 17 $436,275 46. Billy Andrade 29 $433,157 47. Dudley Hart 13 $422,198 48. Colin Montgomerie 7 $421,011 49. Scott McCarron 28 $404,329 50. Nick Price 16 $402,467 LPGA money Money leaders on the LPGA tour through the World Championship of Women's Golf, which ended Oct. 20: Tm Money LKarrieWebb 23 $847,903 2. Laura Davtes 17 $827,483 3. Annlka Sorenstam 19 $792,311 4. LJselotta Neumann 22 $598,757 5. Dottle Pepper 22 $579,901 6. Meg Mallon 23 $503,209 7. Kelly Robblns 24 $502,458 8. Michelle McGann 25 $476,561 9. Emllee Klein 28 $403,793 10. Val Skinner 26 $402,419 H.JaneGeddes 25 $353,197 12. Patty Sheehan 15 $332,691 13.KrisTschetter 25 $312,198 14. Brandie Burton 25 $304,975 15. Barb Mucha 26 $297,055 16. Marianne Morris 27 $273,312 17. Rosle Jones 24 $266,092 16. Pat Bradley 22 $264,914 19. Caroline Pierce 26 $234,859 20. Penny Hammel 26 $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.AmyFruhwlrth 27 $199,963 26. Tina Barrett 25 $195,637 27. Joan Piteock 24 $189,620 28. Chris Johnson 22 $188,801 29. Deb Richard 27 $166,905 30. BarbWrrriehead 26 $182,602 31.CatrlnNllsmark 19 $181,700 32. Mlssle McGeorge 25 $176,248 33. Tracy Hanson 23 $175,895 34. KimSaikl 21 $174,693 35. Julie Piers 28 $173,327 36. Hlroml Kobayashl 22 $169,501 37. Beth Daniel 19 $163,592 38. Tammle Green 17 $158,338 39. Donna Andrews 26 $155,231 40. Mayuml Hlrase 28 $153,772 41. Dale Eggeling 28 $151,911 42. Helen Alfredsson 20 $143,631 43. Jane Crafter 18 $143,062 44. Betsy King 26 $136,459 45. AmyBenz 25 $133,641 46. C. Johnston-Forbes 27 $130,965 47. Vlckl Fergon 27 $130,576 48. Alison Nicholas 16 $130,556 49. Stelanla Croce 21 $121,732 50. Trish Johnson 16 $120,832 High school STATE .TOURNAMENTS CLASS 6-5A At Sallna Municipal Qolf Course Par 36-36-72 Team scores St. Thomas Aquinas (Sarah Mahoney 82, Amber Lulz 63, Rebecca Runnebaum 85, Glna Malorano 90, Shelley Zabel 90, Courtney Cotter 94) 340, Arkansas City (Allison Ross 79, Mlcah Musson 83, Heather Robb 87, Tara Holland 94, Tina Beard 95, Ashley Dennett 99) 343, Manhattan (Lindsay Hammerschmidt 77, Melissa COLLEGI FOOTBALL STANDINGS Nlvert 86, Tare Lundberg 92, Nicole Johnson 92, Tonl Dlflon 93, Christy Kltterman 93) 347, BV Northwest 358, Newton 368, Wichita Kepaun 367, Topeka Washbum Rural 373, Hays 379, Dodge City 380, Shawnee Heights 383, Andover 393, SM South 397. Individual medillitt 1. L Hammerschmldl, Manhattan 39-38-77 2. Joni Kayrlor, Maize 39-40-79 3. Allison Ross, Arkansas City 3742-79 4. Trad Bennlnga, Newton 39-41-60 5. S. Mahoney, SI. Thomas Aquinas 42-40-82 6. Lisa Mader, Wichita Kapaun 40-42-62 7. Amber Lutz, Aquinas 41 -42-63 8. MteahMusson, Arkansas City 42-41-63 9. Tracy Klein, Wichita Carroll 44-39-83 10. Rebecca Runnebaum, Aquinas 43-43-85 11. Henna Chou, BV Northwest 40-45-65 12. Melissa Nlvert, Manhattan 41-45-66 R.Brittlan, Wichita Heights 4541-86 14. Heather Rot*. Arkansas City 43-44-87 Mlndy Merrffield, Dodge City 4146-87 16. T.Kruggel, Shawnee Heights 4543-88 Kristy Straub, Great Bend 4642-68 Lesle Quy, Andover 4444-88 Katie O'Donnell, Wichita Kapaun 4246-66 Jamie White, Washbum Rural 4345-88 Individual icorn BV Northwest—Holly Hooser 69, Nina Chou 90, Molly Robertson 94, Nicole Ross 98, Bridget Orrel 105. Newton — Mlndy Anderson 91, Suzanne Uchtl 92, Andrlane Baer 103, Kelll DeMoss 114, Jadlyn O'Neill 124. Wichita Kapaun - Rachel Magsalln 95, Elisabeth Benjamin 102, Meagan Jones 102, Tara Munley 104. Topeka Waihbum Rural — Sara Payne 93, Janet Rice 96, Nicole Bales 96, Amy Jayroe 97, Jenny Young 101. Hayi — Tamara Munsch 89, Megan Chaffln 92, Nicole Watts 97, Jenny Meiers 101, Summer Kari 101, Emily Jeter 103. Dodge Ctty — Amanda Michel 96, Casey Smith 97, Kathleen Bays 100, Jordan Scott 101, LauraDroste115. Shawm* Heights — Erin Matyah 95, Beth Holden 97, Lindsay Sellg 103, Jessica Wllhelm 108, LlndseySlebert117. Andover — Kristin Schuttz 96, Kelly Reiblodt 102, Amanda Whaarty 107, Emily Noyes 126, Allison Cockrill 137. SM South — Lisa Roe 97, Kelly Martin 98, Katie Qarrett 99, Danielle Larson 103, Lauren Farmer 114, Megan Cowan 120. Ssllna South — Sara Mitchell 93. Wichita Northwest — Shannon Shank 89, Linda Miller 98. Wichita Carroll — Nikkl Klein 90. Hutchlnaon - Erin Peel 92, Erika Peel 105. Emporla — Becky Wiley 97. CLASS 4-3-2-1A At Emporla Municipal Qolf Court* Team tcorea Lamed (Jacque Underwood 89, Jackie Zook 91, Julie Racette 96, Angela Dikeman 101, Anne Hagerman 104, Brooke Seba 134) 377, Columbus (Shannon Rhlnehart 68, Steffanle Boyes 98, Jamie Simpson 98, Amber Gatewood 103, Michelle Winter 106, Leah Roche 119)385, Fre- donla (Amanda Surber 94, Jessica Spohn 96, Jennifer Bacanl 99, Amanda Wlckham 103, Kelly Relph 104, Angela Harrell 108) 392, Syracuse 397, Ulysses 401, Clay Center 404, Anderson County 419, Cheney 429, Qlrard 456, Lyons 459, Topeka Hayden 461, Rossvllla 476. Individual medalists 1. Tandl Strickland, Holslngton 80 2. Shannon Rhlnehart, Columbus 86 3. Kim Moore, Anderson County 89 Jacque Underwood, Lamed 69 Sandra Shultes, Jeff West 89 6. Abbey Qlndlesberger, Ulysses 91 Jackie Zook, Lamed 91 8. Meghan Lewis, Syracuse 93 9. Amanda Surber, Fredonla 94 10. Katie Farris, Oswego 95 Ashlee Rlek, Clay Center 95 12. Jessica Spohn, Fredonla, 96 Julie Racette, Lamed 96 Sarah Shuffer, Wichita Independent 96 Tiffany Correll, Oswego 96 16. Kara Kohaut, Syracuse 97 17. Sleflanle Boyes, Columbus 96 Jamie Simpson, Columbus 96 19. Jennifer Bacanl, Fredonla 99 Jenny McAllaster, Lyons 99 Recreation SPR scores MEN'S SLOWPITCH League 7 - Raytheon Rat Pak 14-11, House of Sight & Sound 10-9; Bowman's Crew 7-24, Sallna Planning Mill 0-2; Big Donkeys 15-12, Team Repco 10-11. General Transactions BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS-Announced that Toby Harrah. coach, will not return for the 1997 National League CHICAGO CUBS-Named Ken Kravec spe- HOUSTON ASTROS—Named Tom McCraw hitting coach. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Purchased the contract of LHP Matt Janrls from Winnipeg of the Northern League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association BOSTON CELTICS—Released G-F Tharren Richard. DALLAS MAVERICKS—Released G Shawn Harvey, F Jeff Webster and F Jaime Peterson. VANCOUVER GRIZZLIES-Walved G Chucky Atkins and C Jack Lothian. FOOTBALL National Football League CINCINNATI BENGALS—Fired Dave Shula, coach. Promoted offensive coordinator Bruce Coslet to coach. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Announced the resignation of Jim Mora, coach. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Placed WR Nate Singleton on Injured reserve. Signed WR Mark Harris from the practice squad. HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES-Sent LW Barrie Moore to Rochester of the AHL EDMONTON OILERS—Warned Doug Rise- brough vice president of hockey operations. HARTFORD WHALERS—Recalled D Marek Malik from Hartford of the AHL NEW JERSEY DEVILS—Assigned G Mike Dunham to Albany of the AHL. Recalled LW Reid Simpson and placed him on the Injured reserve list. OTTAWA SENATORS—Placed D Sean Hill and D Stan Neckar on the Injured reserve list. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS-Sent D Stefan Bergkvist to Cleveland of the IHL ST. LOUIS BLUES-Recalled F Gary Leeman from Worcester of the AHL. Sent F Konstantln Shafranov to Worcester. COLLEGE INDIANAPOLIS—Named Craig Bohnert Interim director of communications for the Midwest- em Collegiate Conference. LONG ISLAND—Announced the resignation of Jim Martin, athletic director. Named Alan Chaves Interim athletic director. MISSOURI—Extended the contract of Norm Stewart, men's basketball coach, through the 2001 season. ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE Conference All Games Florida SL N Carolina Virginia Ga. Tech Clemson Man/land NCaro.St' Duke WkForest W 4 4 3 4 3 1 3 1 3 0 3 0 5 L PF PA 0 142 27 1 144 26 1 132 37 2 144 99 2 65 120 70 93 81 149 36 106 33 190 L PF 0 176 1 171 1 224 2 144 3 108 161 4 139 127 5 121 215 6 92 242 5 80 230 PA 43 36 71 99 BIG EAST CONFERENCE Conference All dames W L PF PA W L PF PA WVIraMa 3 0 98 27 7 0 175 51 Syracuse 3 0 149 28 32 192 90 2 0 78 0 4 2 182 78 Tech 3 1 134 73 4 1 165 91 Col. 1 2 81 82 4 3 166 188 1 3 60168 2 6147314 0 3 92 121 1 8 140 244 0 4 27 142 1 6 U 222 BIO TEN CONFERENCE Conference All Games Wt PF PA W t PF PA 4 0 112 87 6 1 206 136 Ohio SL Iowa Mich. SL Michigan Pern SI Illinois Purdue Minnesota Wisconsin Indiana Colorado Nebraska Kansas St. Kansas Iowa SL Missouri Texas Oklahoma Texas Tech Texas MM Okla.81 Baylor 3 0 97 35 3 0 69 60 3 1 151 74 2 1 83 45 2 2 81 93 1 2 68 105 1 3 72 162 0 3 60 83 0 3 64 74 0 4 90 139 6 0268 68 5 1 168 120 4 3232 159 6 1 141 81 6 2 219 107 2 4 109208 2 5 120 228 3 3 161 142 3 3 164 94 2 6 161 162 BIG 12 CONFERENCE North W L PF PA 3 0 79 30 3 0 112 13 3 1 82 63 1 2 76 74 1 2 93 83 0 3 51 120 AH Games W L PF PA 6 1 177 103 5 1 232 55 6 1 210 93 3 3205 146 2 4 186 165 2 4 132 189 South 1 138 64 1 82 103 2 130 89 2 84 68 3 68 164 3 48 122 3 216 125 4 144 205 3200 124 4 231 151 3 142 210 3 128 161 Utah St. Idaho N. Texas Nevada Boise St. NMex St. S.MIS8. Houston Louisville Memphis Cincinnati Tulane BIG WEST CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA 2 0 92 35 0 24 15 0 13 0 81 62 0 2 42 105 0 2 21 66 1 1 1 1 4 4 247 244 3 3 194 172 3 4 61 186 4 3 274 195 1 7 154 292 0 7 49 245 CONFERENCE USA Conference All Game* W L PF PA W L PF PA 40 7 1 1 57 51 1 1 30 44 2 2 55 79 1 2 61 72 1 2 64 54 2 0 6 1 172 92 4 3 216 196 4 3 145 119 3 4 91 156 3 4 132 157 2 4 123 116 PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE Ariz, t Wash. SI. Waohngtn California So. Cal. Arizona Conference L PF PA 0 183 138 1 126 99 1 141 69 1 66 76 2 110 94 2 56 71 All Games W L PF PA 7 0 310 152 5 2 235 188 4 2 190 160 5 1 208 155 4 3 198 130 3 3 142 95 Stanford 1 2 45 77 2 4 80 110 UCLA 1 2 96 105 2 4 169 178 Oregon St. 1 3 86 130 1 5 112 207 Oregon 0 4 117 171 3 4 226 256 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE East Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Florida 6 0 249 59 7 0 366 94 Tennessee 2 1 99 55 4 1 196 78 S.Carolina 3 2 105 67 4 3 145 124 Georgia 2 2 82 73 3 3 104 96 Vanderbilt 0 4 37 104 1 6 63 126 Kentucky 0 4 35 168 1 6 55 228 Alabama LSU Auburn Miss. St. Mississippi Arkansas West 0 125 40 1 106 85 2 147 137 2 48 97 3 51 132 3 31 82 0 190 76 1 206 126 2 236 137 3 102 145 3 120 153 4 117 147 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Mountain Conference All Qtmei W L PF PA W L PF PA Utah 4 0 121 68 6 1 200 140 BYU 3 0 103 47 71 327 167 Rice Tulsa TCU New Max. SMU Tx-EIPaso Wyoming San Diego St. Air Force Colo. SL Fresno SI Hawaii San Jose SL UNLV 2 1 90 63 1 2 60 86 1 2 32 46 1 3 104 110 1 3 54 97 0 3 62 78 Pacific 6 0208 83 2 0 104 50 3 1 174 56 3 1 113 65 2 2 66 106 1 4 62 198 1 4 79 179 0 4 82 171 3 125 201 3 127 160 4 76 142 3 196 157 5 120 153 4 106 114 8 0 331 187 4 1 232 144 4 2 211 93 4 4 245 232 2 4 113 197 2 6 113 267 1 7 122 301 0 8 147 402 MAJOR INDEPENDENTS Army Navy Alt-Birmingham E.Carolina Noire Dame NE La. La. Tech Ark. SL SW La. Cent. Fla, N.llllnols W L PF PA 6 0 214 91 4 1 151 110 4 2 144 131 4 2 143 79 4 2 183 100 4 3 124 203 4 4 238 242 3 4 166 189 3 4209261 2 5 153 187 1 6 87 214 SPORTS OIGEST Baseball CLEVELAND — Toby Harrah, who replaced Buddy Bell on the Cleveland Indians' coaching staff this season, will not return in 1997. Harrah was hired last November to replace Bell, who was named manager of the Detroit Tigers. Harrah started the season as third base coach but was replaced by Jeff Newman, who had been the Indians' third base coach since 1992. Basketball LOS ANGELES — UCLA basketball coach Jim Harrick, admitting he's been through "a trying time," was cleared Monday by the Pacific-10 Conference of violating NCAA rules in the sale of a car he owned to the sister of a top recruit. The conference, the university and the NCAA all looked into the sale of a car by Harrick's son, Glenn, to Lisa Davis-Hodoh on Sept. 20, UCLA athletic director Peter T. Dalis said at a news conference. "The Pacific-10 Conference has determined, based upon the information obtained during its investigation, that no NCAA rules violation occurred when Glenn Harrick sold a 1991 Chevrolet S10 Blazer to Lisa Davis-Hodoh, sister of prospective athlete Baron Davis," the Pac-10 said in a statement. "Central to this decision was the determination that the car was sold at a fair market price." NEW YORK — The operators of a pager service that gives updates of NBA games are trying to reverse a ruling that could prevent them from selling the beeper. Less than two weeko before the start of the NBA season, lawyers for Motorola Inc. and a statistics provider STATS Inc. were in court Monday to appeal a ruling that could prevent them from selling the service, called Sport- sTrax. The NBA is also suing to block an online version provided by STATS and America Online Inc. The issue looms large as wireless communications and the Internet allow quicker, and more lucrative, access to live game information, which the leagues claim is their property. Football LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska will retire former quarterback Tommie Frazier's No. 15 jersey before Saturday's home game against Kansas. Frazier, the Heisman Trophy runner-up last year, led Nebraska to consecutive national championships. Although he missed eight games in 1994 because of treatment for blood clots, Frazier holds the school record for career wins by a quarterback with 33. Doctors discovered an- ; other blood clot in Frazier's leg in 1996 that delayed his pro career. He played briefly for the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League before other medical complications ended his season prematurely. DALLAS — Iowa State running back Troy Davis and Nebraska linebacker Jon Hesse were named Big 12 Conference players of the week. Davis gained 238 yards on 36 tries with a pair of touchdowns in the Cyclones' 28-27 loss at Okla- i homa State. The nation's leading rusher with ' 1,285 yards, 224 carries, 15 touchdowns and 5.7 yards per carry, Davis also became ISU's leading career rusher with 3,482 yards as he passed Dexter Green with 3,437 yards from 1975-78. Davis* performance also included his passage into first place in Iowa State's career all-purpose yards at 4,252. Hesse collected 11 tackles in the Corn- buskers' 24-10 victory over Texas Tech. He was a fixture in the Raiders' backfield for most of the afternoon with four tackles for losses of 10 yards and a blocked punt, his second this season. FRAZIER Soccer WASHINGTON — Nearly 1,000 fans swarmed to National Airport on Monday to greet the D.C. United, newly crowned champions of Major League Soccer. Many in the crowd had not arrived home until 4 a.m. after D.C.'s 3-2 comeback victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy on Sunday in Foxboro, Mass. And they nearly overwhelmed airport security at the USAir terminal. Tennis STUTTGART, Germany — Stefan Edberg, the former star from Sweden currently ranked 18th in the world, beat Tim Henman of Britain 6-4,6-2 Monday at $2.2 million Stuttgart ATP tournament. All of the world's top 10 players are entered with Pete Sampras, Michael Chang and Thomas Muster as the top three seeds. All the seeds begin play today. Todd Woodbridge overcame Daniel Vacek of the Czech Republic 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 Monday and will Chang in the second round, while Edberg will face No. 5 Goran Ivanisevic. : General NEW YORK — Swimmer Amy Van Dyken dedicated her four gold medals to all the "nerds" out there. Olympic basketball gold medalist Teresa Edwards, a pioneer in the new U.S. women's professional basketball league, is grateful to her teammates. On Monday, they shared the honor of Sportswoman of the Year at the Women's Sports Foundation's 17th annual dinner. Van Dyken, the first U.S. woman to win four gold medals in a single Olympics, was chosen in the individual category. Edwards, the first U.S. basketball player, male or female, to participate in four Olympics (1984-1996), was honored in the team category. 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