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02 WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV/Radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL 7 p.m. — New York Yankees at Atlanta, FOX, cable 4,7. BOWLING 8:30 p.m. — Rochester Open. ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 8:30 p.m. — Washington at NY Rangers, ES- PN2, cable 39. 9 p.m. — Colorado at Vancouver, PRIME, cable 37. HORSE RACING 3 p.m. — Breeders' Cup Draw, ESPN, cable 38. RADIO GENERAL 8:30 p.m. — Coore Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. Baseball World Series YANKEES 5, BRAVES 2 NEW YORK ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Raines If 4110 Grssom d 4130 DJeter ss 3110 Lemke 2b 4011 BeWms cf 5223 CpJnes 3b 3010 Fielder 1b 3010 McGrfMb 3000 Fox pr 0100 Klesko If . 3001 TMrtnz 1b 0000 JLopez c 4010 Hayes 3b 5000 AJones rf 4000 Stiwbrrl 3011 Blauserss 4000 Duncan 2b 3010 Glavlne p 1100 Sojo 2b 1011 Potonla ph 0000 Girardi c 2000 McMd p 0000 Cone p 2000 Clontz p 0000 Leyritzph 1000 Bektcklp 0000 MRrwa p 1000 Pndlton ph 1000 Totals 33 5 8 S Totals 31 2 6 2 New York 100 100 030—5 Atlanta 000 001 010—2 E—OJeter (1). Blauser (1). DP—New York 1, Atlanta 1. LOB—New York 9, Atlanta 7. 2B— Relder (1). 3B—Grissom (1). HR—BeWllliams (1). CS—AJones (1), Polonla (1). S—OJeter, Girardi. IP H R ER SB SO Nsw York ConeW.1-0 6 41143 MRivera 11-32 1 1 1 1 Lloyd 2-300001 Wetteland S,1 1 00002 Atlanta Glavlne L.0-1 7 42138 McMlchael 0 33300 Clontz 1 10011 Bleleckl 1 00022 Umpires—Home, Welke; First, Rlppley; Second, Young; Third, Davis; Left, Evans; Right, Tata. T-3:22.A-S1,843 (52,710). Playoff schedule By The Associated Press 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 Tuesday, Oct. 22 New York 5, Atlanta 2, Atlanta leads series 21 Wednesday, Oct. 23 New York (Rogers 12-8) at Atlanta (Neagle 16-9), 7:18 p.m. Thursday, Oct 24 New York (Pettltte 21-8) at Atlanta (Smoltz 248), 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct 26 Atlanta at New York, 7:01 p.m., if necessary Sunday, Oct. 27 Atlanta at New York, 6:35 p.m., if necessary Football NFL summary MONDAY NIGHT RAIDERS 23, CHARGERS 14 Oak SD First downs 22 16 Rushes-yards 34-131 20-29 Passing 179 253 Punt Returns 1-9 2-7 Klckotf Returns 3-78 3-71 Interceptions Ret. 1-19 1-20 Comp-Att-Int 20-33-1 23-40-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-12 1-11 Punts 4-30.0 4-47.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-2 Penalties-Yards 11-97 9-84 Time of Possession 35:30 24:30 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Oakland. Kaufman 13-56, Williams 10-30, Hosteller 7-25, T.Brown 1-13, Fenner 3-7. San Diego, Russell 13-19, Fletcher 1-6, Humphries 1-5, Hayden 4-(mlnus 1), Salisbury 1-0. PASSING—Oakland, Hosteller 20-33-1-191. San Diego, Humphries 1-5-0-12, Salisbury 22' 35-1-252. RECEIVING—Oakland, T.Brown 5-68, Williams 4-40, Fenner 4-35, Hobbs 4-31, Kaufman 3-17. San Diego, Martin 5-81, C.Jones 552, Fletcher 5-20, Mitchell 2-27, May 2-20, Coleman 2-17, Still 1-37, Russell 1-10. MISSED FIELD GOALS-San Diego, Carney 44 (WL). SCORING SUMMARY Oakland 7 3 10 3—23 San Diego 7 0 0 7—14 First Quarter Oak—Kaufman 12 run (Ford kick). 3:01. SD—Martin 11 pass from Salisbury (Carney kick), 14:57. Second Quarter Oak—FG Ford 36,3:33. Third Quarter Oak—Fenner 17 pass from Hosteller (Ford kick), 6:58. Oak—FG Ford 32,11:48. Fourth Quarter SD—Martin 12 pass from Salisbury (Came kick), 1:55. Oak—FG Ford 34,12:49. A-62,350. NFL Standings By The Associated Press All Times CDT AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Buffalo 520 .714 104 117 Indianapolis 5 2 0 .714 124 114 Miami 430 .571 168 121 New England 430 .571 174 140 N.Y. Jets 080 .000 114 212 Central Houston 520 .714 174 143 Pittsburgh 520 .714 144 103 Jacksonville 350 .375 151 153 Baltimore 250 .266 159 20 Cincinnati 1 6 0 .143 128 1« West Denver 6 1 0 .857 189 127 Kansas City 520 .714 151 108 San Diego 430 .571 159 16 Oakland 4 4 0 .500 179 14! Seattle 2 5 0 .286 109 18 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Washington 8 1 0 .857 161 9 Philadelphia 520 .714 160 14 Dallas 430 .571 138 10 Arizona 340 .426 98 15 N.Y. Giants 2 5 0 .288 89 14 Central Green Bay 810 .657 227 9 Minnesota 620 .714 127 11 Detroit 430 .571 162 12 Chicago 2 5 0 .286 104 15 Tampa Bay 1 6 0 .143 78 15 West Carolina 520 .714 164 9 San Francisco 520 .714 183 10i SI Louis 2 5 0 .286 105 18 Nsw Orieans 2 6 0 .250 121 1W Atlanta 0 7 0 .000 123 20 Thursday's Game Kansas City 34, Seattle 16 Sunday's Game* Dallas 32, Atlanta 28 Philadelphia 35, Miami 28 New England 27, Indianapolis 9 Carolina 19, New Orleans 7 Washington 31, New York Giants 21 Denver 45, Baltimore 34 Buffalo 25, New York Jetf 22 San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21 SL Louis 17. Jacksonville 14 Houston 23. Pittsburgh 13 Arizona 13, Tampa Bay 9 Open date: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Mln sola Monday's Qame Oakland 23, San Diego 14 Sunday. Oct. 27 :arolrna at Philadelphia, 12 p.m. ndianapolis at Washington. 12 p.m. Jacksonville at Cincinnati. 12 p.m. >lew York Giants at Detroit, 12 p.m. Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 12 p.m. St. Louis at Baltimore, 12 p.m. San Francisco at Houston. 12 p.m. Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 12 p.m. Dallas at Miami, 3 p.m. Kansas City at Denver, 3 p.m. New York 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 statistics By The Associated Press Through Week Eight American Football Conference Quarterbacks AH Com Yds TD Int estaverde, Bal. 237 141 1742 15 7 arbaugh, Ind. 198 121 1383 7 2 handler, Hou. 203 120 1408 11 5 Iway. Den. 242 153 1712 14 9 njnell. Jac. 282 182 2296 11 13 umphrles, S.D. 216 124 1313 9 3 ostetler, Oak. 205 127 1339 13 10 omczak, Pit. 166 96 1300 6 6 Bono, K.C. 227 130 1398 9 5 ledsoe, N.E. 274 150 1581 11 4 Rushers Att Yds Avg LG TD lavls, Den. 157 817 5.2 711 6 3ettis, Pit. 157 698 4.4 431 4 George, Hou. 140 640 4.6 76 3 Martin, N.E. 152 591 3.9 57 6 Murrell. NY-J 137 545 4.0 42 1 tewart. Jac. 145 533 3.7 25 6 Jyner, Bal. 118 497 4.2 42 3 Thomas, Buf. 143 489 3.4 191 4 toduWabbar, Mia. 127 434 3.4 29 6 <aufman, Oak. 60 376 6.3 77 1 Receivers No Yds Avg LG TD UcCardell, Jac. 50 675 13.5 52 2 iharpe, Den. 48 830 13.1 32 5 '. Brown, Oak. 48 522 10.9 25 6 Chrebet, NY-J 46 530 11.5 44 2 Martin, S.D. 42 503 12.0 411 9 mith, Jac. 38 510 13.4 62 4 'tekens, Cin. 38 436 11.5 46 2 ackson, Bal. 35 519 14.8 28 6 Mexander, Bal. 33 590 17.9 641 5 Glenn, N.E. 33 432 13.1 371 2 Punters No Yds LG Avg iennett, S.D. 35 1690 66 48.3 L Johnson, Cln. 41 1951 67 47.6 <ldd, Mia. 36 1672 63 46.4 Hanson. NY-J 39 1802 69 46.2 Gardocki, Ind. 33 1521 57 46.1 uten, Sea. 36 1610 63 44.7 ilontgomery, Bal. 28 1247 67 44.5 upa, N.E. 25 1098 58 43.9 Agular, K.C. 36 1556 68 43.2 Roby, Hou. 28 1203 56 43.0 Scoring Touchdowns TD Rush Rec Ret Pts Martin, S.D. 9 0 9 0 54 Martin, N.E. 8 6 2 0 50 Stewart, Jac. 7 6 1 0 42 ackson, Bal. 6 0 6 0 40 Abdul-Jabbar. Mia. 6 6 0 0 36 Allen, K.C. 6 6 0 0 36 '. Brown, Oak. 6 0 6 0 36 Davis, Den. 6 6 0 0 36 Kicking PAT FG LG Pis Del Greco, Hou. 17-17 17-20 49 68 Carney, S.D. 15-15 16-19 53 63 VinarJeri, N.E. 12-14 16-22 50 60 N. Johnson, Pit. 13-13 15-19 48 58 Christie, Buf. 8- 8 16-18 48 56 Ford, Oak. 20-20 11-14 38 53 Bianchard, Ind. 10-10 14-15 52 52 Stoyanovlch, K.C. 17-17 10-13 45 47 Elam, Den. 24-24 7-9 45 45 Hollls, Jac. 15-15 10-13 53 45 National Football Conference Quarterbacks Att Com Yds TD Int Favre, G.B. 240 139 1787 21 5 Mitchell, Del. 247 144 1753 14 8 Frerotte, Was. 179 104 1388 5 4 Aikman; Dal. 207 126 1381 7 5 S. Young, S.F. 117 76 878 3 4 K. Graham, Ariz 178 103 1062 7 4 Grbac, S.F. 133 77 799 7 5 J. George, All. 99 56 698 3 3 Peete, Phi. 134 80 992 3 5 Collins, Car. 137 72 938 7 6 Rushers Att Yds Avg LG TD Walters, Phi. 154 749 4.9 561 6 Rob. Smith, Mln. 158 693 4.4 57 3 Allen, Was. 164 679 4.1 491 10 Sanders, Del. 129 598 4.6 541 3 E. Smith, Dal. 141 532 3.8 18 7 Anderson, Atl. 106 529 5.0 24 3 ohnson, Car. 92 426 4.6 29 1 Hampton, NY-G 126 425 3.4 25 0 Bennett, G.B. 95 397 4.2 23 1 L. Johnson, Ariz 65 362 5.6 701 2 Receivers No Yds Avg LG TD Moore, Del. 55 723 13.1 501 7 Rice, S.F. 50 660 13.2 39 4 Centers, Ariz 47 331 7.0 20 2 Conway, Chi. 42 556 13.3 581 3 Carter, Min. 38 510 13.4 40 4 Perriman, Del. 33 359 10.9 34 3 Reed, Min. 32 597 18.7 71 2 Bruce, St.L 32 465 14.5 491 2 Fryar, Phi. 32 426 13.3 38t 5 Mathls, AH. 32 414 12.9 55 5 Jones, Phi. 32 391 12.2 38 2 Punters No Yds LG Avg Sauerbrun, Chi. 38 1800 72 47.4 Landeta, St.L 36 1673 70 46.5 Turk, Was. 37 1665 59 45.0 Thompson, S.F. 34 1501 57 44.1 Hentrich, G.B. 31 1363 63 44.0 Bamhardl, T.B. 30 1315 62 43.8 Hutton, Phi. 32 1400 59 43.8 Royals, Del. 39 1705 60 43.7 Horan, NY-G 47 2021 63 43.0 Feagles, Ariz 37 1581 58 42.7 Scoring Touchdowns TD Rush Rec Ret Pts Allen, Was. 10 10 0 0 60 E. Smith, Dal. 9 7 2 0 54 Moore, Del. 7 0 7 0 42 Jackson, G.B. 6 0 6 0 36 Walters, Phi. 6 6 0 0 36 Mathis, Atl. 5 0 5 0 32 Kicking PAT FQ LG Pts Kasay. Car. 13-14 19-23 53 70 Jacke, G.B. 25-26 12-15 53 61 Wilkins, S.F. 20-20 13-15 48 59 Anderson, Phi. 17-17 11-13 46 50 Slsson, Min. 13-13 12-15 44 49 Boniol, Dal. 14-14 10-14 52 44 Andersen, Atl. 10-10 11-13 54 43 Blanlon, Was. 20-20 7-10 50 41 Brien, N.O. 11-11 10-11 54 41 TEAM AVERAGE PER GAME American Football Conference OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Denver 395.7 166.4 229.3 Jacksonville 372.8 99.9 272.9 Oakland 354.3 138.3 216.0 Baltimore 338.4 107.1 231.3 Pittsburgh 327.4 135.1 192.3 Houston 318.9 120.7 198.1 New England 318.1 105.7 212.4 New York Jets 317.8 94.9 222.9 Miami 310.4 105.3 205.1 Seattle 305.4 99.1 206. Buffalo 298.7 115.3 183.4 Kansas City 296.9 110.0 186.9 Indianapolis 295.6 95.4 200.1 San Diego 294.6 82.1 212.4 Cincinnati 282.1 101.7 180.4 DEFENSE Yards Rush Ptss Pittsburgh 271.7 99.6 172.1 Denver 271.7 81.0 190.7 Buffalo 271.9 96.3 175.6 Jacksonville 289.0 100.6 188.3 Oakland 300.9 87.9 213.0 Indianapolis 301.9 65.3 216.6 Houston 303.0 91.0 212.0 Miami 308.6 94.4 214.1 Kansas City 309.7 107.0 202.7 Seattle 324.9. 143.9 181.0 Cincinnati 338.1 98.4 239.7 New England 339.4 83,4 256.0 New York Jets 340.8 140.3 200.5 Baltimore 344.6 128.7 215.9 San Diego 360.9 109.3 261.6 National Football Conference OFFENSE Ystds Rush Pass Green Bay 360.6 116.0 244.6 San Francisco 349.4 113.3 236.1 Philadelphia 343.9 131.7 212.1 Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 SOCCER Tabor at Kansas Wesleyan (Sallna Family YMCA). 2-4 p.m. VOLLEYBALL Tabor junior varsity at Brown Mackle, 6 p.m. etrolt Innesota tlanta Washington arollna hlcago Wzona alias ew Orleans ampa Bay 342.7 106.1 331.3 111.6 328.6 92.6 323.3 131.3 304.6 118.6 298.7 97.6 289.7 105.1 282.9 93.6 274.1 82.6 256.7 86.6 236.6 219.7 234.0 192.0 186.0 201.1 184.6 189.3 191.5 170.1 138.3 134.6 Piss 175.3 158.9 184.7 189.4 202.6 197.6 192.3 188.3 216.9 195.4 216.6 187.8 229.1 221.1 251.1 ew York Giants 236.9 98.6 t. Louis 206.6 72.0 DEFENSE Ygrds Rush ireen Bay 250.3 75.0 alias 251.4 92.6 arolina 283.3 98.6 hlladelphla 287.4 98.0 win Francisco 290.7 88.1 rizona 300.6 103.0 Minnesota 300.9 106.6 ew York Giants 325.0 136.7 etrolt 325.0 108.1 ampa Bay 331.0 135.6 hlcago 332.1 115.6 lew Orleans 335.0 147.3 tlanta 339.6 110.4 Washington 356.6 135.4 I. Louis 376.7 125.6 Big 12 statistics INDIVIDUAL By The Associated Press Leading Rushers Car Yds Avg Yds-og '.Davis.lowaS 224 1285 5.7 214.1 Hanspard.TxTech 211 1413 6.7 201.8 D.Thompsn.OklaSt 187 1022 5.5 146.0 Henley.Kansas 175 790 4.5 131.6 'arker.Okla 102 725 7.1 120.8 Wllllamsjexas 96 651 6.8 108.5 Green.Neb 90 463 5.1 92.8 'routman.Colo 88 408 4.6 81.6 Parker,TexA&M 121 569 4.7 81.2 .Allen.Okla 97 482 5.0 80.3 Evans.Neb 46 371 "8.1 74.2 5ouglas,Baylor 81 440 5.4 73.3 West,Mo 70 383 5.5 63.8 Bennlng.Neb 53 313 5.9 62.6 Henry.Colo 79 360 4.6 60.0 Leading Passers Rating AH Cp Yds Td Pts Detmer.Colo 208 128 1797 13 149.9 Doxzon.lowaSt 112 66 813 7 133.4 Alfred.Baylor 81 43 587 5 131.9 Watson.Baylor 68 39 439 5 130.0 (avanagh.KanSI 161 91 1052 10 128.2 Walton.Texas . 50 31 375 1 127.6 ohner.Kansas 154 83 1039 9 126.0 uente.Okla 160 80 1163 8 121.3 .Brown.Texas 130 72 938 5 121.0 3tewart,TexA&M 213 114 1504 8 118.7 Skomla.Mo 95 52 592 5 111.8 'rost.Neb 93 44 595 4 110.9 ones.OklaSt 120 64 736 3 106.4 ones.Mo 50 24 257 3 103,0 Lethrtdge.TxTech 175 74 883 6 91.4 Total Offense Yds Avg Yds-pg Detmer.Colo 1791 7.7 298.5 Stewart,TexA&M 1524 .5.9 217.7 '.DavisjowaSt 1285 5.7 214.1 Hanspard.TxTech 1413 6.7 201.8 Fuente.Okla 1128 6.2 188.0 ohner.Kansas 1030 5.3 171.6 .Brown.Texas 944 6.3 157.3 Doxzon.lowaSt 931 5.7 155.1 Lethridge.TxTech 1075 4.1 153.5 D.Thompsn.OklaSt 1022 5.4 146.0 ones.OktaSt 854 5.3 142.3 Frost.Neb 849 5.3 141.5 Kavanagh.KanSt 942 4.7 134.5 Henley.Kansas 790 4.5 131.6 'arker.Okla 725 7.1 120.8 Receiving Cms Ct Yds Ct-pg Connell,TexA&M 7 49 716 7.0 Carruth.Colo 6 31 577 5.1 Locketl.KanSI 7 34 442 4.8 Adams.Texas 6 25 407 4.1 Byrd.Kansas 6 24 320 4.0 Savoy.Colo 6 24 310 4.0 Muhammad.Baylor 6 23 257 3.8 S.AIexndr.Okla 5 19 361 3.8 Hawklns.TexA&M 7 26 312 3.7 Pegross.Baylor 6 20 371 3.3 Jenkins.Mo 6 20 299 3.3 Mayes.OklaSI 6 17 302 2.6 <ldd,Colo 6 17 255 2.8 Watley.lowaSt 6 17 224 2.8 Henley.Kansas 6 17 171 2.8 Receiving Yards Per Game Cms Ct Yds YdsPg Connell,TexA&M 7 49 716 102.29 Camith.Colo 6 31 577 96.17 i.Alexndr.Okla 5 19 361 72.20 Adams.Texas 6 25 407 67.83 ockett.KanSt 7 34 442 63.14 'egross.Baylor 6 20 371 61.83 Byrd.Kansas 6 24 320 53.33 Savoy.Colo 6 24 310 51.67 McDanlel.Okla 6 15 308 51.33 Mayes.OklaSt 6 17 302 50.33 enklns.Mo 6 20 299 49.83 Hawklns,TexA&M 7 26 312 44.57 Muhammad.Baylor 6 23 257 42.83 Kidd.Colo 6 17 255 42.50 Anderson.Colo 5 11 208 41.80 TEAM Rushing Offense Car Yds Ydi-pg Nebraska 341 1805 300.8 Texas Tech 368 2034 290.6 Iowa St. 299 1562 263.7 Oklahoma St. 352 1702 243.1 Texas MM 322 1603 229.0 Missouri 283 1319 219.8 Oklahoma 240 1253 208.8 Texas 236 1156 192.7 Kansas 297 1135 189.2 Colorado 222 944 157.3 Kansas St. 266 680 125.7 Baylor 230 716 119.3 Passing Offense Art Cp Yds Yds-pg Colorado 216 130 1821 303.5 Texas A&M 224 119 1571 224.4 Texas 188 106 1334 222.3 Oklahoma 185 87 1277 212.8 Kansas 171 91 1134 189.0 Baylor 149 82 1026 171.0 Kansas St. 180 99 1170 167.1 Missouri 147 78 879 146.5 Oklahoma St. 167 80 1013 144.7 Iowa St. 112 68 813 135.5 Texas Tech 177 75 892 127.4 Nebraska 108 50 886 114.3 Total Offense Plays Yds Yds-pg Colorado 438 2765 460.8 Texas A&M 546 3174 453.4 Oklahoma 425 '2530 421.6 Texas Tech 545 2926 418.0 Nebraska 449 2491 415.1 Texas 424 2490 415.0 Iowa St. 411 2395 399.1 Oklahoma St. 519 2715 387.8 Kansas 468 2269 378.1 Missouri 430 2198 366.3 Kansas St. 446 2050 292.8 Baylor 379 1742 290.3 Rushing Defense Car Yds Yds-pg Nebraska 235 410 Texas A&M 233 490 70.0 Colorado 213 533 88.8 Texas Tech 250 652 93.1 Oklahoma' 261 680 146.7 Kansas 230 988 164.7 Kansas St. 321 1194 170.6 Texas 268 1220 203.3 Oklahoma St. 281 1480 211.4 Iowa St. 246 1364 227.3 Missouri 269 1366 227. Baylor 288 1592 265.3 Passing Defense AH Cp Yds Tds Pis Kansas St. 192 74 612 4 71.5; Nebraska 172 77 983 3 88.0; Texas 165 79 872 4 93.00 Texas Tech 219 96 1504 6 100.62 Colorado 205 106 1301 5 108.19 Baylor 188 79 1169 7 112.08 Missouri 113 63 776 6 122.1 Texas A&M 240 134 1679 12 124.43 Kansas 175 89 146810 128.75 Oklahoma St. 174 95 1490 5 131.4 Iowa St. 178 112 1367 9 137.38 Oklahoma 169 102 130115 151.94 Total Defense Plsys Yds Yds-pg Nebraska 407 1393 232.2 Kansas St. 513 2006 286.6 Colorado 418 1834 305.7 Texas Tech 469 2156 308.0 Texas A&M 473 2169 309.9 Texas '433 2092 348.7 Missouri 382 2142 357.0 Oklahoma 430 2181 363.5 ansas Jktahoma St. owa St. Jaylor 405 2456 409.3 455 2970 424.3 424 2731 455.2 456 2761 460.2 Harrah's odds RENO. Nev (AP) — Odds for the college and rolesslonal football games this week from Harah's Reno Sports Casino: COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday Syracuse minus 111/2 at Boston Coll. Virginia Tech minus 31 vs. Pittsburgh Tennessee minus 15 vs. Alabama Northwestern minus 121/2 vs. Illinois Michigan SI. minus 3 vs. Wisconsin Rutgers minus 1 vs. Temple Navy minus 13 at Wake Forest Maryland minus 7 at Duke Nebraska minus 311/2 vs. Kansas Texas A&M minus 11/2 vs. Texas Tech Penn St. minus 15 at Indiana South Carolina minus 4 at Vanderbllt Baylor minus 7 vs. Iowa St. Utah minus 131/2 vs. Tulsa Missouri minus 4 vs. Oklahoma St. Air Force minus 31 vs. Hawaii Ohio St. minus 14 at Iowa Kansas St. minus 19 vs. Oklahoma Louisville minus 7 vs. Cincinnati Brigham Young minus 15 at Texas Christian Colorado minus 11 vs. Texas Florida SI. minus 17 vs. Virginia Arizona St. minus 14 at Stanford San Diego St. minus 5 at Colorado St. Washington minus 61/2 at Oregon Southern Cal. minus 31/2 at Washington St. California minus 21/2 vs. UCLA North Carolina minus 22 at Houston West Virginia minus 3 vs. Miami Georgia minus 16 el Kentucky Michigan minus 13 at Minnesota LSU minus 19 vs. Mississippi St. Southern Miss, minus 11 at Tulane New Mexico minus 2 at Southern Meth. Rice minus 5 at Texas-El Paso Arizona minus 19 vs. Oregon St. NFL ' Sunday Baltimore minus 61/2 vs. St. Louis San Francisco OFF at Houston Pittsburgh minus 51/2 at Atlanta Detroit minus 10 vs. N.Y. Giants Green Bay minus 18 vs. Tampa Bay Washington minus 21/2 vs. Indianapolis Philadelphia minus 41/2 vs. Carolina Cincinnati minus 3 vs. Jacksonville Dallas minus 3 at Miami Denver minus 31/2 vs. Kansas City San Diego OFF at Seattle Arizona minus 41/2 vs. N.Y. Jets New England minus 4 vs. Buffalo Monday Minnesota minus 61/2 vs. Chicago Juco rankings COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP)—The top 5 teams In the National Junior College Athletic Association football poll with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 20 and total points: Record Pts 1. Blinn, Texas (8) 7-0 118 2. Dixie, Utah (2) 7-0 111 3. N.D. State-Wahpeton 7-0 81 4. Garden City, Kan. 7-1 80 5. Nassau, N.Y. 7-0 76 6. Ellsworth, Iowa 7-0 67 7. Coffeyvllle, Kan. 6-1 53 6. East Central, Miss. 6-0 45 9. Snow, Utah 6-1 44 10. Tyler, Texas 6-1 33 11. Grand Rapids, Mich. 7-1 26 12. Glendale, Ariz. 6-2 ' 16 13. Butler County, Kan. 6-2 12 14. Vermilion, Minn. 7-0 10 15. Montgomery, Md. 6-1 7 High school CONSENSUS RANKINGS Class 6A 1. Olathe North, 7-0.2. Lawrence, 6-1.3. Manhattan, 6-0. 4, lie. Washbum Rural, 7-0, and Garden City, 5-1. Class 5A 1. Liberal, 6-0. 2. Salina Central, 6-1. 3. Arkansas City, 6-1.4. Pittsburg, 5-2.5. Andover, 6-1. Others rated: Salina South, 4-3. Class 4A 1. Paola, 7-0. 2. Ulysses, 7-0. 3. Fort Scott, 70.4. Andale, 7-0.5, tie. Wellington, 6-1, and Sabetha, 7-0. Class 3A . Norton, 7-0.2. Smith Center, 7-0.3. Wichita Collegiate, 7-0. 4. Riley County, 7-0. 5. Southeast of Saline, 7-0. Class 2-1A 1. Ell-Saline, 7-0.2, tie. Pittsburg Colgan, 7-0, and Garden Plain, 7-0.4. Frankfort, 7-0.5. Ness City, 7-0. Others rated: Sallna Sacred Heart, 7-0. Eight-Man I 1. Little River, 7-0.2, tie. Lost Springs-Centre, 7-0, and Mankato, 7-0.4. Coldwater, 6-1.5. Blue Valley-Randolph, 7-0. Eight-Man II 1. Sylvan Unified, 7-0. 2. Kensington, 7-0. 3, tie. Rolla, 7-0, and Triplalns, 7-0. 5. Leroy, 7-0. Junior varsity MONDAY NIGHT SALINA CENTRAL 42, MANHATTAN 6 Manhattan 0600-6 Salina Central 7 7 21 7-42 Manhattan - Scoring unavailable. Salina Central - Lemone 8 pass from Wilson; Brown (2) 4,1 runs; Bartow 15 pass from Wilson; Jensen 44 Interception return; Perez 1 run. PAT - Schom 4 kicks; Miller pass from Wilson. Junior high SALINA SOUTH 20, GREAT BEND 12 South Middle 0 6 8 6-20 Great Bend 12 0 0 0-12 Salina South (6-0) — McGrew (2) 9, 3 runs; Phelteplace 3 run. PAT - Phelteplace pass from McGrew. Great Bend — Ramirez 80 kickofi return; Saenz 65 Interception return. Tennis Gabriela Sabatini By The Associated Press Grand Slam Finals (1-2) 1988 U.S. Open — lost to Steffi Graf, 6-3,3-6, 6-1. 1990 U.S. Open — del. Steffi Graf, 6-2,7-6 (!• 4). 1991 Wimbledon — lost to Stelfi Graf, 6-4, 36. 8-6. Grand Slam Doubles Title 1988 Wimbledon (with Graf) Career Titles (27) 1996 —None 1995 —Sydney 1994 — Virginia Slims Championships 1993 —None 1992 — Sydney, Pan Pacific, Hilton Head Amelia Island, Italian Open 1991 — Pan Pacific, Boca Raton, Hilton Head Amelia Island, Italian Open 1990 — U.S. Open, Boca Raton 1989 — Upton, Amelia Island, Italian Open Filderstadt 1988 — Virginia Slims Championships, Boca Raton, Italian Open, Canadian Open 1987 — Brighton, Pan Pacific, Argentinian Open 1986 —Argentinian Open 1985 —Japan Open Cross country North, SM Northwest. SM South, SM West. BV Stllwell. AT Cessna Activities Center, Wichita Girls 1:30 p.m.; Boys 2 p.m. Derby. Dodge City, Garden City, Hutchlnson, Maize, Wichita East, Wichita North, Wichita Northwest, Wichita South, Wichita Southeast, Wichita East. CLASS 5A At El Dorado High School Girls 2:30 p.m.; Boys 3:30 p.m. Andover, Arkansas City, Colfeyyllle, El Dora- o. Fort Scott, Independence. Pittsburg. Wellington. Wichita Campus, Wichita Kapaun, Mnfield. At Rolling Acres Golf Course, McPheraon Girls 2 p.m.; Boys 2:30 p.m. Buhler. Goddard. Great Bend, Hays. Liberal, dcPherson, Sallna Central, Sallna South. Valley :snter. Wichita Carroll. At Shawnee Mission Park Girls 2 p.m.; Boys 1 p.m. KC Schlagle, KG Sumner, KG Turner, KG rVyandotte, BV North, St. Thomas Aquinas, SM Miege, Topeka Highland Park, Topeka Seaman, opeka West. CLASS 4A At Bcidwln Golf Course Girls 1 p.m.; Boys 1:30 p.m. Baldwin, Basehor-Llnwood, Bonner Springs, anta Fe Trail, DeSoto, Gardner-Edgerton, Anerson County, KC Piper, KG Ward, Prairie lew, Osawatomle, Ottawa, Paola, Spring Hill, onganoxle. At El Dorado High School Girls 2 p.m.; Boys 3 p.m. Labette County, Andale, Chaparral, Augusta, learwater, Glrard, Haven, lola, Mulvane, Neodesha, Parsons, Pratt, Rose Hill, Circle. At Fort Hays State Campus Course, Hays Girls 3 p.m.; Boys 3:30 p.m. Abilene, Beloit, Colby, Concordia, Ellsworth, Goodland, TMP-Marian, Hugoton, Lamed, jmoky Valley, Nlckerson, Russell, Scott City, Jlysses. At Sabetha Country Club Girls 1:30 p.m.; Boys 2 p.m. Atchlson, Maur Hill, Chapman, Clay Center, Council Grove, Hiawatha, Holton, Lansing, darysvllle, Jed West, Perry-Lecompton, Sa- etha, Topeka Hayden, Wamego. CLASS 3A At Mission Valley Press Box ft Frazee Ranch, Eskrldge Girls 1 p.m.; Boys 1:30 p.m. Northern Heights, Wabaunsee, Mission Valley, Eudora, SE Saline, Hlllsboro, Marion, Jayhawk Inn, Osage City, Pomona, Central Heights', Slier Lake, Wellsville. At Fort Hays State Campus Course, Hays Girls 2 p.m.; Boys 2:30 p.m. Cimarron, Ellinwood, Holslngton. Hoxie, SW Heights, Lakln, Leotl, Lyons, Oakley, Oberlln, Phillipsburg, SI. John, Smith Center, Sterling. At Bluestem High School, Leon Girls 4 p.m.; Boys 4:30 p.m. NE Arma, Belle Plalne, Caney, Cheney, SE Cherokee, Conway Springs, Douglass, Eureka, Galena, Halstead, Hesslon, Bluestem, Medicine Lodge, Wichita Collegiate. At Leonardvllle Golf Course Girls 2 p.m.; Boys 3 p.m. Ml. St. Scholastica, Belleville, Pleasant Ridge, itchison County, Horton, Royal Valley, Immacu- ata, McLouth, Minneapolis, Oskaloosa, Rlley County, St. Marys, Nemaha Valley. CLASS 2-1A At Emporla Municipal Airport, Girls 1 p.m.; Boys 2 p.m. Crest, Chase. County, Midway Denton, Berean Academy, Frontenac, Hartford, Highland, Jackson Heights, Lyndon, Olpe, Oxford, Pittsburg Colgan, Rossville, Troy, Valley Falls, Wathena, Remington, Wiliiamsburg, Jeff North. At Dlghton Golf Club Girls 3:30 p.m.; Boys 4 p.m. Atwood, Deerfield, Dighton, Elkhart, Ellis, Wheatland, Grinnell, Hill City, Stanton County, Meade, Morland, Plalnville, Qulnter, Ransom, Golden Plains, Rolla, Syracuse, Tribune, Utlca. At Rolling Acres Golf Course, McPherson Girls 1:30 p.m.; Boys 1 p.m. Ashland, Ell-Saline, Burrton, Claflln, Coldwa- er, Garden Plain, Goessel, Central Christian, Mchlnson Trinity, Fairfield, Centre, Peabody, 'ran Skyline, Pretty Prairie, Protection, Salina Sacred Heart, Stafford, Wichita Independent. At Leonardvllle Golf Course Girls 1:30 p.m.; Boys 2:30 p.m. Eastern Heights, SJ Beloit, Waconda East, Centralla, Hlllcrest, Downs, Frankfort, Hanover, St. Xavier, Kensington, Linn, North Central, Jatoma, Onaga, Osbome, BV Randolph, Wake- ield, Washington, Wetmore. Basketball High school REGIONAL MEETS SATURDAY CLASS 6A At Emporla Municipal Airport Girls 1:30 p.m.; Boya 2:30 p.m. Emporia, Junction City, Lawrence, Manhattan Olathe East, Olalhe South, Shawnee Heights Topeka High, Topeka Washbum Rural, Wichita Heights. At Shawnee Mission Park Girls 1:30 p.m.; Boys 2:30 p.m. KC Harmon, KC Washington, Leavenworth Olathe North, BV Northwest, SM East, SM NBA preseason Tuesday's Games Golden State 121, Toronto 115 Miami 95, Orlando 87 Minnesota 75, Detroit 74 Boston 104, New York 98 Atlanta 102, Chicago 80 Utah 109, New Jersey 96 Houston vs. L.A. Lakers at San Diego, (n) Philadelphia vs. LA. Clippers at Anaheim, alif., (n) State college KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE PRESEASON POLLS (First place votes In parentheses) MEN MEDIA POLL 1. Tabor (10) 90 2. Friends 67 3. McPherson 65 4. Ottawa 57 5. Kansas Wesleyan 48 6. Bethany 38 6. Bethel 36 8. Southwestern 28 9. Sterling 23 COACHES POLL 1. Tabor (7) 79 2. Kansas Wesleyan (1) 62 3. Ottawa (1) 57 4. Friends 56 5. McPherson 38 6. Bethany 37 7. Bethel 36 6. Southwestern 20 8. Sterling 20 WOMEN MEDIA POLL 1. Sterling (9) 89 2. Bethany (t) 81 3. Friends ' 64 4. Kansas Wesleyan 48 4. Ottawa 6. Bethel 7. Tabor 34 8. Southwestern 22 9. McPherson 18 COACHES POLL (.Sterling (7) 78 2. Bethany (1) ' t 71 3. Friends (1) " 65 4. Ottawa 45 5. Kansas Wesleyan 42 6. Bethel 41 7. Tabor 31 8. Southwestern 20 9. McPherson 1 Hockey NHL standings By The Associated Press All Times CDT EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Florida Tampa Bay Philadelphia N.Y. Ra/igers New Jersey N.Y. Islanders Washington W L T Pis GF QA 4 0 3 11 21 9 6 1 0 10 28 18 5 4 0 10 22 21 6 27 26 5 13 16 4 16 20 2 16 22 3 4 2 3 2 1 t 4 2 1 5 0 Northeast Division W L T Pis GF GA 6 17 12 3 2 1 8 29 25 2 1 3 4 2 Hartford Montreal Boston Ottawa Buffalo Pittsburgh ... . WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts OF Dallas 7 1 0 14 26 6 14 20 4 17 34 QA Chicago Detroit St. Louis Phoenix Toronto 1 5 3 0 10 19 15 440 8 19 13 440 8 23 3 3 2 5 Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA ;algary 5 4 0 10 25 20 dmonton 5 4 0 10 27 28 Jotorado 441 9 35 25 os Angeles 450 8 26 30 >an Jose 342 8 26 33 /ancouver 340 6 21 23 Anaheim 162 4 22 36 Tuesday's Games Tampa Bay 6, N.Y. Islanders 3 Philadelphia 3, Anaheim 0 Toronto 4, San Jose 3 Calgary 5, Colorado 1 Edmonton 5, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis at Phoenix, (n) Wednesday's Games Washington at N.Y. Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Ottawa at Florida, 6:30 p.m. Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Colorado at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Golf High school MONDAY 4-3-2-1A STATE TOURNAMENT At Emporla TEAM SCORES Lamed 377, Columbus 385, Fredonla 392, Syracuse 397, Ulysses 401, Clay Center 404, Anderson County 419, Cheney 429, Glrard 456, Lyons 459, Topeka Hayden 461, Rossville 476. MEDALISTS 1. Strickland, Holslngon, 80; 2. Rhlnehart Col, 86; 3. Moore, AC, 89; 6. Underwood, La, 89; 5. Shulles, Jell West, 69; 6. Glndlesberger, U, 91; 7. Zook, U, 91; 6. Lewis, Sy, 93; 9. Surber, F, 94; .10. Farris, Oswego, 95; 11. Rlek, CC, 95; 12, Spohn, F, 96; 13. Racette, U, 96; 14. Shutter, W, 96:15. Correll, Oswego, 96; Kohaut, Sy, 97; 7. Boyes, Col, 98; 18. Simpson, Col. 98; 19. Bacanl, F, 99; 20. McAllaster, Ly, 99. Volleyball College At Llndsborg Southwestern def. Bethany 13-15,16-14,150,14-16,15-13. , . Prep rankings KANSAS VOLLEYBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION Class 6A 1. Blue Valley Northwest 30-3; 2. Lawrence 23-4: 3. Emporla 24-7; 4. Shawnee Mission West 20-9; 5. Manhattan 62-9. . Class 5A 1. Bishop Carroll 23-2; 2. Bishop Mlege 30-5; 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 26-9; 4. Goddard 21 -7; 5. Valley Center 23-7. Class 4A 1. Santa Fe Trail 28-2; 2. Concordia 30-3; 3. Peny-LeCompton 30-2; 4. Wamego 25-5; 5. Sa- belha27-3. Class 3A 1. He'sstqn 28-1; 2. Lakin 30-3; 3. Conway Springs 26-2; 4. Obertjn 22-3; 5. Holslngton 27- Class2A 1. Pittsburg Colgan 26-0; 2. Qreensburg 28-1; 3. Spearville 20-3; 4. Goessel 23-5: 5. Garden lain 20-7. . Class 1A Weskan 32-0; 2. Centralla 30-0; 3. Waveriy 30-0; 4. North Central 24-6; 5. Wetmore 23-7. Sub-state pairings SATURDAY, OCT. 26 AT SALINA SOUTH Semifinals—Sallna Central (23-7) vs. Newton (2-20), 3 p.m.; Sallna South (19-11) vs. McPherson (7-15), 4p.m. Finals — 5 p.m. Class 1A Regionals AT BENNINGTON Semifinals —Tescott bye; Southern Cloud def. Bennington 15-6,15-8. Finals — Southern Cloud def. Tescott 15-4, 15-9. AT BIRD CITY Semifinals - Cheylin bye; Brewster del. Herndon 15-5,15-3. Finals • Cheylin def. Brewster 15-7,15-6. AT DOWNS Semifinals - Waconda East def. Downs 15-0, 15-8; Natoma def. Tipton 17-19,15-12,15-12. Finals - Waconda East del. Natoma 15-5,150. AT MORROWVILLE Semifinals - North Central bye; Hlllcrest def. Pike Valley 15-11,15-7. Finals - North Central def. Hillcrest 15-4, 1510. AT STAFFORD Semifinals • Pretty Prairie bye; Stafford def. Cunningham 15-11,7-15,15-9. Finals - Stafford def. Pretty Prairie 16-14,1511. AT SYLVAN GROVE Semifinals - Lucas-Luray bye; Sylvan Unified def. Wilson 15-4,15-9. Finals - Sylvan Unified def. Lucas-Luray 15-5, 10-15,15-3. AT WHITE CITY Semifinals - White City bye; Hope def. Centre 15-6,15-6. Finals - White City del. Hope 2-15,15-10,153. REGULAR SEASON AT BELOIT Belleville def. Beloit 15-9,15-17,15-9 Belleville def. Beloit 9-15,15-12,15-11. At GYPSUM Minneapolis def. SE-Saline, 15-4,15-7 Minneapolis def. SE-Saline, 13-15,15-8,15-5 AT HERINGTON Herlngton def. Remington 15-4,15-6 Herington def. Remington 15-12,15-6. AT WAMEGO Wamego def. Chapman 15-6,15-2 Wamego def Chapman 15-4,15-0. Junior varsity AT GYPSUM Minneapolis def. Southeast of Saline 16-18, 15-13,15-10. Freshmen AT GYPSUM Southeast ol Saline def. Minneapolis 16-14 Minneapolis def. Southeast of Saline 15-7 General Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL Major League Baseball TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS—Named Rick Nafe vice president of stadium operations and facilities. National League HOUSTON ASTROS—Promoted minor- league pitching Instruction coordinator Vern Ruble to pitching coach. NEW YORK METS—Named Scott Brown general manager of the St. Lucle Mats In the Florida State League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHARLOTTE HORNETS-Waived F Ochlel Swaby. PHOENIX SUNS—Waived G Brian Green and F Evrlc Gray. PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS—Announced the resignation of Wally Scales, vice president of special events. FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS—Waived OB Jeff George. CHARLOTTE PANTHEHS-Slgned DB Rod Smith. NEW YORK JETS—Waived DL Jeff Faulkner and RB Shenlden May. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Signed CB Johnny Thomas to a one-year contract. Released DB Barry Wllbum. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Waived WR Mark Harris. Signed WR Kevin Lee. HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Recalled D Nikolai Tsulygln from Fort Wayne of the IHL. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS-Asslgned RW Mike Prokopec to Indianapolis of the IHL. ST. LOUIS BLUES-Sent RW Konstantin Shafranov to Worcester of the AHL. Recalled C- RW Gary Leeman from Worcester. COLLEGE PURDUE—Named Roy Halrston men's student assistant basketball coach. • VANDERBILT—Announced the resignation ol BUI Tym, men's tennis coach. SPORTS DIGEST The Associated Press Wlnless In nearly two years, 26-year-old Gabrlela Sabatlni will retire from tennis. Sabatini to retire By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Gabriela Sabatini, who parlayed her glamorous profile and classic strokes into one of the most lucrative careers in tennis history, will announce her retirement Thursday in the city of her two greatest triumphs. Winless for nearly two years and coming off a straight-sets, first-round loss to Jennifer Capriati in Switzerland, the 26-year-old Argentine will call it quits at a news conference at Madison Square Garden. The WTA Tour would not confirm the retirement, saying only the news conference was "major" and concerned Sabatini's "future" in tennis. A source close to Sabatini said the retirement will take effect immediately, and there are no plans for her to play in selected tournaments or make a farewell tour. Basketball SYRACUSE, N.Y. — One of two freshmen expected to start this season for Syracuse has been on the sidelines since basketball practice began last week because of questions concerning his college boards. Winfred Walton, a prized recruit from Detroit, will not be allowed to play until questions surrounding his SAT scores are answered, Syracuse University spokesman Robert Hill said Tuesday. The university also is withdrawing Walton's athletic scholarship pending a review of his SAT scores and is continuing to investigate those scores, with his cooperation, Hill said. If the university determines that Walton's second test score is valid, his scholarship will be reinstated. Boxing TULSA, Okla. — Heavyweight Tommy Morrison trained Tuesday as lawyers prepared waivers for a Nov. 3 fight in Japan that promoters said will take place if some remaining contract issues are resolved. Morrison awaited a deposit of money that would seal his return after he retired because he tested positive for the virus that causes AIDS. "He's planning on doing the fight as of now," promoter Tony Holden said. "I'm not confirming the fight. I've seen deals like this fall through. But he's training right now." Lawyers were working on remaining contract details for the fight against an opponent yet to be selected on the undercard of the George Foreman-Crawford Grimsley bout near Tokyo, said Foreman's promoter Ron Weathers. The contract includes waivers acknowledging risks posed by Morrison's HIV status, he said. Football The "Wisconsin Fumble Incident" just won't go away. ESPN's Brad Nessler apologized to Wisconsin coach Barry Alvarez on Tuesday for critical remarks made during the telecast of the Badgers' • 34-30 loss to Northwestern on Saturday. "Anything we did that caused the Wisconsin coaching staff any undue criticism, on behalf of ESPN, if we blew it, we apologize, or at least I do," Nessler told Alvarez during the weekly Big Ten coaches' conference call. "... because I am part of that team and that's why you're coaching and we're in the booth. It's pretty easy up here." The brouhaha began with the Badgers in possession and leading 30-27. But after a 7-yard run, tailback Ron Dayne fumbled Mike Samuel's handoff with 49 seconds left, the Wildcats recovered and scored two plays later to win. Nessler and partner Gary Danielson questioned Alvarez's decision to hand off rather then have Samuel kneel three times and run out the clock. Alvarez said his team would have had to punt with about 10 seconds left if it ran three plays. Tennis STUTTGART, Germany — Michael Chang, Richard Krajicek and Jim Courier advanced to the third round of the $2.2 million Stuttgart ATP tournament as seeded players made their debuts Tuesday. Second-seeded Chang eased past Australian doubles specialist Todd Woodbridge 6-3, 62. Krajicek, the Wimbledon champion from the Netherlands who is seeded eighth, steadied to beat Arnaud Boetsch of France 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. Courier, seeded 15th, downed Bohdan Ulihrach of the Czech Republic, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4. Magnus Gustafsson of Sweden upset No. 14 Alberto Costa of Spain 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-1). 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