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D2 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 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. GOLF 2 p.m. — The Tour Championship, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 7:30 p.m. — St. Louis at Chicago, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS Noon — Eurocard Open, ESPN, cable 38. RADIO FOOTBALL 7 p.m. — NCAA Football, Cal Chat. KSAL, 11SO-AM. GENERAL 8:30 p.m. — Coors Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL.1150-AM. Baseball World Series SCHEDULE 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 8, Atlanta 6, 10 innings, series tied 2-2 Thursday, OcL 24 New York (Petite 21-8) at Atlanta (Smoltz 246), 7:15 p.m., FOX Saturday, Oct. 26 Atlanta at New York, 7:01 p.m., FOX Sunday, Oct. 27 Atlanta al New York, 6:35 p.m., II necessary, FOX YANKEES 8, BRAVES 6 10 Innings NEW YORK ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Raines If 5100 Grssom cf 5012 DJeterss 4220 Lemke2b 5010 BeWmsct 4100 CpJnes3b 3210 Fielder 1b 4121 McGrfMb 3121 Fox3b 0000 Ckmtzp 0000 Boggs3b 0001 JLopezc 2101 Hayes 3b 5131 Writers p 0000 Strwbrrl 5020 Averyp 0000 Duncan 2b 5100 Klesko 1b 1000 Glrardl c 2000 AJones If 4131 O'Neill ph 1000 Dye rf 4000 Leyritzc 2113 Blauserss 3111 Rogers p 1010 Blllardss 0000 Bhmgr p 0000 Pokxila ph 000 Sojo ph 1010 Pndlton 3b 000 Winers p 0000 Neagle p 000 TMrtnz ph 1000 Wade p 000 JNelsn p 0000 Belecki p 000 Aldreteph 1000 EdPrezc 000 MRfvra p 0000 Uoyd p 1000 Wttiand p 0000 Totals 42 8 12 6 Totals 35 6 9 6 New York 000 003 030 2 8 Atlanta 041 010 000 0—6 E— Klesko (1), Dye (1). DP— New York 1, Atlanta 1. LOB— New York 13, Atlanta 8. 28— Grlssom (2), AJones (1). HR— Leyritz (1), Me- Griff (2). S— Oye, Neagle. SF-JLopez. IP H RER BB SO New York Rogers 2 55520 Boehringer 2 00003 Weathers 1 11122 JNelson 2 00012 MRivera 11-32 0 0 1 1 Lloyd W.1-0 1 00001 WettelandS,2 2-31 0000 Atlanta Neagle 5 53243 Wade 0 00010 Bielecki 2 00014 Wohlers 2 63301 AveryL.0-1 2-31 21 30 Clontz 1-300001 Rogers pitched to 2 batters In the 3rd, Neagle pitched to 4 batters in the 6th, Wade pitched to 1 batter In the 6th Balk— Weathers. Umpires— Home, Rippley; First, Young; Second, Davis; Third, Evans; Left, tata; Right, Welke. T-4:17. A— 51,881(52,710). Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 520 .714 104 117 Indianapolis 520 .714 124 114 Miami 430 .571 168 121 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 2 5 0 .286 159 201 Cincinnati 1 6 0 .143 126 160 West Denver 6 1 0 .857 189 127 Kansas -City 520 .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 340 .428 98 157 N.Y. Giants 2 5 0 .286 89 147 Central Green Bay 610 .857 227 92 Minnesota 520 .714 127 116 Detroit 430 .571 162 124 Chicago 250 .286 104 152 Tampa Bay 1 6 0 .143 78 152 West Carolina 5 2 0 .714 164 91 San Francisco 520 .714 183 106 St. Louis 250 .286 105 185 Jew Orleans 2 6 0 .250 121 180 \tlanta 0 7 0 .000 123 207 Thursday's Game Kansas Crtv 34. Seattle 16 Dallas 32. Sunday's Games 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 Today's schedule New York Jets 22 San Francisco 28, Cincinnati 21 St. Louis 17. Jacksonville 14 Houston 23, Pittsburgh 13 Arizona 13, Tampa Bay 9 Open date: Chicago, Detroit. Green Bay, Minnesota Monday's Game Oakland 23, San Diego 14 Sunday, Oct. 27 Carolina at Philadelphia, neon Indianapolis at Washington, noon Jacksonville at Cincinnati, noon New York Giants at Detroit, noon Pittsburgh al Atlanta, noon SI. 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. New York jets at Arizona, 3 p.m. San Diego al Seattle, 3 p.m. Buffalo al New England. 7 p.m. Open date: New Orleans, Oakland Monday, Oct. 28 Chicago at Minnesota, 8 p.m. NFL injury report NEW YORK — The National Football League injury report lor this week's games as provided by the league: Sunday BUFFALO (5-2) AT NEW ENGLAND (4-3) — Bills: Questionable: LB Sam Rogers (ankle), WR Steve Tasker (foot); Probable: DE Phil Hansen (ankle), DE Bruce Smith (ankle). Patriots: Questionable: WR Vincent Brisby (hamstring), S Corwin Brown (hip), CB Ricky Reynolds (ankle). JACKSONVILLE (3-5) AT CINCINNATI (1-6) — Jaguars: Out: G Jeff Novak (hamstring); Questionable: DT Kelvin Pritchett (groin), WR Jimmy Smith (hamstring); Probable: T Tony Boselll (thigh), WR Kendricke Bullard (knee), S Travis Davis (knee), TE Pete Mitchell (calf), RB James Stewart (shoulder). Bengals: Probable: G Scott Brumfleld (knee), LB Gerald Dlxon (back), CB Leonard Wheeler (shoulder), KANSAS CITY (5-2) AT DENVER (6-1) — Chiefs: Questionable: T John Alt (back), CB Darren Anderson (knee), TE Derrick Walker (shoulder). S William White (ankle); Probable: DE Vaughn Booker (shoulder), CB James Hasty (hip), WR Tamarick Vanover (hip). Broncos: Probable: RB Terrell Davis (toe), DT Jumpy Geathere (thigh), DE Dan Williams (knee). SAN DIEGO (4-3) AT SEATTLE (2-5) — Seahawks: Out: C Courtney Hall (shoulder-knee), CB Dwayne Harper (hamstring), QB Stan Humphries (shoulder), G Troy Slenklewicz (neck); Questionable: C David Blnn (groin), LB Dwayne Gordon (ankle), TE Alfred Pupunu (groin), LB Junior Seau (knee), LB Glen Young (calf). Seahawks: Out: RB Reggie Brown (knee); Doubtful: DE Matt LaBounty (knee); Probable: LB Terry Wooden (hamstring). CAROLINA (5-2) AT PHILADELPHIA (5-2) — Panthers: Questionable: DE Mike Fox (foot), DE Shawn King (groin); Probable: LB Myrone Baker (knee), T Mathew Campbell (leg), S Brett Maxie (hamstring), G Greg Skrepenak (knee). Eagles: Probable: LB Ray Farmer (hand), DE William Fuller (elbow), S James Fuller (knee), DT Andy Harmon (knee), RB Derrick Wilherspoon (chest). NEW YORK GIANTS (2-5) AT DETROIT (4-3) Giants' Out* DT Keith Hamilton (knee) 1 Questionable: RB Keith Ellas (ankle), LB Corey Widmer (chest); Probable: DE Michael Strahan (ribs). Lions: Doubtful: DT Luther Elliss (knee), CB Corey Raymond (knee), G Tony Semple (knee); Questionable: LB Stephen Boyd (abdomen), LB Tracy Scrogglns (ankle); Probable: LB Reggie Brown (knee), DE Robert Porcher (arm). TAMPA BAY (1-6) AT GREEN BAY (6-1) — Buccaneers: Out: TE Jackie Harris (knee); Doubtful: G Jim Pyne (ankle); Questionable: DT Brad Culpepper (ankle). Packers: Out: WR Robert Brooks (knee); Questionable: WR Terry Mickens (ankle); Probable: RB Edgar Bennett (shoulder), T Earl Dotson (ankle), T John Michels (knee). DALLAS (4-3) AT MIAMI (4-3) — Cowboys: Out: TE Jay Novacek (back), DT Mike Ululate (knee), WR Kevin Williams (loot); Questionable: S Bill Bates (thumb), DE Shante Carver (ankle), DE Charles Haley (back), T Mark Tulnel (knee); Probable: WR Billy Davis (toe), CB Delon Sanders (ankle). Dolphins: Questionable: TE Troy Drayton (knee); Probable: WR Fred Bamett (knee), WR Kirby Dar Dar (ankle), DT Steve Emlman (hamstring), S Sean Hill (toe), LB Dwight Hollier (elbow), CB Calvin Jackson (knee), Q 7 LUII lymiinu icuimuj. INDIANAPOLIS (5-2) AT WASHINGTON (6-1) — Colts: Out: RB Zack Crockett (knee); Doubtful: TE Bradford Banta (hand), LB Quentin Cory- att (chest); Questionable: RB Marshall Faulk (foot), T Jason Matthews (ankle), DT Tony McCoy (ankle); Probable: S Derwin Gray (head), QB Jim Harbaugh (nose), LB Jeff Herrod (wrist), DE Tony Slragusa (knee). Redskins: Out: DT Marc Boutte (knee); Doubtful: T Tre' Johnson (knee), DE Starting Palmer (knee); Probable: CB Darrell Green (calf), RB Marc Logan (neck), S Darryl Pounds (hip), T Ed Simmons (knee), WR Michael Westbrook (knee). NEW YORK JETS (0-8) AT ARIZONA (3-4) — Jets: Out: DE Hugh Douglas (ankle), LB Marvin Jones (knee), OB Nell O'Donnell (shoulder); Questionable: WR Jeff Graham (knee), WR Webster Slaughter (hamstring); Probable: LB Kyle Clifton (hamstring). Cardinals: Out: C Mike Devlin (knee); Doubtful: CB J.J. McCleskey (hamstring); Questionable: RB Larry Centers (hip); Probable: DT Eric Swann (ankle). PITTSBURGH (5-2) AT ATLANTA (0-7) — Steelers: Out: DE Kevin Henry (foot), G Brenden Slal (elbow), WR Yancey Thlgpen (hamstring) Probable: CB Randy Fuller (quadricep), WR Andre Hastings (foot), RB Fred McAfee (neck), P Josh Miller (hemla), RB Erric Pegram (knee) QB Kordell Stewart (toe), CB Rod Woodson (knee). Falcons: Doubtful: DT Travis Hall (an kle); Questionable: WR Bert Emanuel (ham string), CB Darrell Walker (hamstring); Probable WR Tyrone Brown (ankle), WR Eric Metcal (hamstring), G Mike Zandofsky (shoulder). SAN FRANCISCO (5-2) AT HOUSTON (5-2 — 49ers: Out: DE Dennis Brown (knee), TE Brent Jones (shoulder), T Kirk Scrafford (foot) WR J.J. Stokes (wrist); Doubtful: QB Elvis Grbac (shoulder); Questionable: CB Steve Israe (thigh), LB Kevin Mitchell (hip); Probable: CB Frankie Smith (knee), RB Tommy Vardell (an THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 SOCCER Tabor at Kansas Wesleyan. 2 & 4 p.m. vm 1 FVRA! 1 VULLCTDALL Bethel al Kansas Wesleyan, 6 p.m. e), LB Lee Woodall (elbow). QB Steve Young groin). Oilers: Questionable: KR Mel Gray back), LB Terry Killens (hamstring). ST. LOUIS (2-5) AT BALTIMORE (2-5) — ams: Out: WR Alexander Wright (back); duesonable: LB Carlos Jenkins (ankle); Probable: S orin Dom (neck). S Jeremy Lincoln (ham- Wng), WR Jermalne Ross (ankle), S Toby right (hamstring). Ravens: Out: DE Rob Burett (knee). C Steve Everitt (shoulder), DT Dan ootman (ami), TE Frank Hartley (knee); Quesonable: T Orlando Brown (loot-knee), LB Mike aldwell (knee), T Tony Jones (ankle), G onathan Ogden (knee). LB Craig Powell (shoul- er). S Eric Turner (ankle); Probable: DE Rick vie (leg). Monday CHICAGO (2-5) AT MINNESOTA (5-2) — Bears: Out: G Todd Burger (leg), RB Robert reen (knee). Vikings: Probable: DE Derrick exander (hip), C Jeff Christie (shoulder), CB Corey Fuller (knee), DE Fernando Smith (shoulder). Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Games W L W L Colorado ebraska (ansas Slate (ansas 30 51 30 51 31 61 1 :> 33 owa Stale 12 24 issouri 03 24 South Division Conference All Games W L W L exas 21 33 klahoma 21 24 exas Tech 32 43 exas A&M 12 34 klahoma Stale 13 43 Baylor 03 33 Saturday's games Texas Tech at Texas A&M, 11:30 a.m.; Iowa tale at Baylor, 1 p.m.; Oklahoma at Kansas tale, 1 p.m.; Oklahoma State at Missouri, 1 i.m.; Texas at Colorado, 2:30 p.m; Kansas at lebraska, 6 p.m. College schedule Saturday, Oct. 26 EAST Syracuse (3-2) at Boston College (4-3), 11 a.m. Temple (1 -6) at Rutgers (1-6), 1 1 a.m. Massachusetts (5-2) at New Hampshire (4-2), 1*30 a m Penn (2-3) at Brown (2-3), Noon Wagner (3-3) at Cent. Connecticut St. (1-5), Noon Lalayette (3-2) at Colgate (3-4), Noon James Madison (6-1) at Delaware (6-1), Noon lona (0-6) al Duquesne (6-0), Noon Georgetown, D.C. (4-1) at Fordham (0-6), Joon Bucknell (2-4) at Holy Cross (1-5), Noon Harvard (2-3) at Princeton (1-4), Noon Boston U. (1-6) at Rhode Island (3-4), Noon Fair-field (0-6) at Siena (1-4), Noon Marist (4-2) at St. Peter's (2-3), Noon St. Francis, Pa. (2-4) at Towson St. (3-4), Columbia (5-0) at Yale (2-3), Noon Holstra (3-3) at Connecticut (4-3), 12:30 p.m. Dartmouth (5-0) at Cornell (2-3), 12:30 p.m. Monmouth, N.J. (5-2) at Robert Mom's (5-1), 12: 30 p.m. St. John's, NY (3-2) at Canlslus (5-0), 2 p.m. Miami (4-2) at West Virginia (7-0), 6 p.m. S OUTH Maryland (3-4) at Duke (0-6), 1 1 a.m. Furman (6-1) at E . Tennessee St. (6-1), 11 a.m. Pittsburgh (2-5) at Virginia Tech (4-1), 11 a.m. Mississippi S!. (2-3) at LSU (5-1 ), 1 1 :40 a.m. Marshall (7-0) at Appalachian St. (4-3), Noon Cent. Florida (2-5) at Georgia Tech (4-2), Moon N. Carolina A&T Noon (5-1) at Howard U. (4-2), Villanova (5-2) at Richmond (2-5), Noon Navy (4-1) at Wake Forest (2-5), Noon Northeastern (3-4) al William & Mary (5-2), Noon Randolph-Macon 12:30 p.m. (4-1) at Davidson (3-3), Charleston Southern (1-4) at Liberty (2-5), 12:30 p.m. St. Joseph's, Ind. (5-2) at Morehead St. (3-2), 12:30 p.m. Hampton U. (3-3) at S. Carolina St. (2-3), 12:30 p.m. Alabama A&M (3-4) vs. Alabama St. (3-4) at Birmingham, Ala., 1 p.m. Delaware St. (2-5) at Morgan St. (3-3), 1 p.m. E. Kentucky (3-3) atTenn.-Martin (0-6), 1 p.m. E. Illinois (4-2) at Tennessee Tech (4-2), 1 i.m. South Carolina (4-3) at Vanderbilt (1-5), 1 p.m. Tn.-Chattanooga (2-4) at W. Carolina (2-5), 1 Jackson St. (5-1) at Grambllng St. (2-4), 1:30 p.m. Austin Peay (0-7) at Tennessee St. (3-3), 1:30 p.m. Cincinnati (3-4) at Louisville (4-3), 2 p.m. Southern U. (4-2) at Alcorn St. (4-4), 2:30 p.m Virginia (5-1) at Florida St. (5-0), 2:30 p.m. Alabama (7-0) al Tennessee (4-1 ), 2:30 p.m. Georgia Southern (3-4) at Citadel (2-4), 3 p.m Indiana St. (6-2) at W. Kentucky (4-4), 5 p.m. Georgia (3-3) at Kentucky (1-6), 6 p.m. Ala.-Blrmingham (4-2) at Louisiana Tech (4-4) 6p.m. Arkansas St. (3-4) at Mississippi (3-3), 6 p.m. Troy St. (6-1) at Jacksonville St. (1-6), 7 p.m. Memphis (3-4) at SW Louisiana (3-4), 7 p.m. Southern Miss. (6-1) atTulane (2-4), 7 p.m. MIDWEST Illinois (2-4) at Northwestern (6-1 ), 1 1 :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 (4-4), Noon Drake (6-1) at Dayton (7-0), Noon Army (6-0) at Miami, Ohio (4-4), Noon NW Louisiana (4-2) at Youngstown St. (5-2, Noon San Diego (2-4) at Butler (1-6), 12:30 p.m. Valparaiso (3-3) at Evansville (3-3), 1 p.m. Oklahoma (2-4) al Kansas SI. At Hays First Round - Great Bend (25-6) vs. Buhler (421). 6 p.m.; Hays (16-14) vs. Liberal (7-25), 7 p.m. Championship - Great Bend-Buhler winner vs. Hays-Liberal winner, 8 p.m. At Sallna South First Round - Sallna Central (23-7) vs. Newton (2-20). 3 p.m.; Sallna South (19-11) vs. McPherson (7-15). 4 p.m. Championship - Central-Newton winner vs. South-McPherson winner, 5 p.m. 6-1). 1 p.m. Oklahoma St. (4-3) at Missouri (2-4), 1 p.m. Bowling Green (4-3) al 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 (4-4). 1:30 p.m. Cal Poty-SLO (3-4) at W. Illinois (6-1). 1:30 .m. Middle Tenn. (3-4) at SE Missouri (1-5), 2 p.m. Kent (2-5) al E. Michigan (1-7), 2:30 p.m. Ohio SI. (6-0) at Iowa (5-1), 2:30 p.m. SW Missouri SI. (5-2) 81 Illinois SI. (2-5). 3 p.m. Akron (2-6) at N. Illinois (1-6), 3 p.m. Michigan (5-1) at Minnesota (3-3), 6 p.m. Kansas (3-3) at Nebraska (5-1), 8 p.m. SOUTHWEST Texas Tech (4-3) at Texas A&M (3-4), 11:30 .m. Nevada (4-3) at North Texas (3-4) 2 p.m. McNeese SI. (2-4) at Sam Houston St. (2-5). 2 i.m. Samlord (4-3) at Stephen F.Austin (4-2), 2 Brigham Young (7-1) at Texas Christian (2-4), 2 p.m. Iowa St. (2-4) at Baylor (3-3), 2:30 p.m. Nlcholls St. (3-3) at SW Texas St. (3-3), 3 p.m. North Carolina (5-1) at Houston (4-3), 5:30 i.m. New Mexico (4-3) at Southern Meth. (2-5). 7 Miss. Valley St. (3-4) at Texas Southern (4-3), 7 p.m. Rice (3-3) al Texas-El Paso (2-4), 8 p.m. FAR WEST Hawaii (2-6) al 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), 1 p.m. Portland St. (2-5) at Montana St. (3-3), 1:30 p.m. Texas (3-3) at Colorado (5-1), 2:30 p.m. San Diego St. (4-1) at Colorado SI. (4-4), 2:30 >.m. Washington (4-2) at Oregon (3-4), 2:30 p.m. Arizona St. (7-0) at Stanford (2-4), 2:30 p.m. E. Washington (5-2) at Idaho St. (3-3), 3 p.m. Fresno St. (2-4) at UNLV (0-8), 3 p.m. Idaho (3-3) at Utah St. (4-4), 3 p.m. UCLA (2-4) at California (5-1), 5:30 p.m. S. Utah (4-4) at New Mexico St. (0-7), 7:30 i.m.' CS Northridge (4-3) at Sacramento SI. (1-5), 8 p.m. Oregon SI. (1-5) al Arizona (3-3), 9 p.m. St. Mary's, Cal. (4-2) at UC Davis (3-3), 9 p.m. Southern Cal (4-3) at Washington St. (5-2), 9:15 p.m. Basketball NBA WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS EXHIBITION Toronto 105, Minnesota 97 Boston 118, Charlotte 105 Atlanta 93, Indiana 77 Denver 115, Sacramento 105 Cleveland 106. Utah 91 Phoenix 109, LA. Lakers 100 Juco men NJCAA PRESEASON POLL Division 1 School 1. Allegany, Md. 2. Sullivan Ky. 3. Butler County 4. Tyler, Texas 5. Pensacola, Fla. 6. South Plains, Texas 7. Casper, Wyo. 8. Indian Hills, Iowa 9. Northland Pioneer, Ariz. 10. Connors State, Okla. 11. Utah Valley 12. Midland, Texas 13. Three Rivers, Mo. 14. Western Nebraska 15. Tallahassee, Fla. 16. Vincennes, Ind. 17. Southern Idaho 18. Hutchinson 19. Champlaln, VI. 20. John A. Logan, III. 21.Kankakee, III. 22. Atlanta Metropolitan 23. Northwest Mississippi 24. San Jacinto, Texas 25. Dixie, Utah OR \A/ahach Wallou III cO. WaDdSn Valley, III. 1995-96 record 32-4 27-10 32-6 27-9 20-12 24-7 30-6 35-4 21-10 31-5 29-6 17-12 25-8 28-6 30-2 21-10 24-8 27-5 26-5 19-13 19-13 26-9 30-6 25-7 28-5 27. Weslchester, N.Y. 27-7 28. Westark, Ark. 21-10 29. Southern Union, Ala. 18-12 30. Mesa, Ariz. 30-6 Volleyball College WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Bethel def. Ottawa 15-5, 15-4, 15-0 Washburn def. Pittsburg State 15-7, 15-5, 1513 KCAC STANDINGS Through Oct. 19 Conference All Games W L W L Friends 10 0 18 5 Bethany > 73 10 3 Sterling 6 4 10 10 Bethel 55 16 10 KS Wesleyan 5 5 16 10 Ottawa 45 7 11 Southwestern 46 9 11 Tabor 28 3 12 McPherson 18 3 14 Junior college WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Brown Mackie del. Tabor JV 15-1, 10-15, 15 1, 15-0 High school SUB-STATE PAIRIINGS All Tournaments Saturday, Oct. 26 CLASS 5A HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL CHEYENNE CONFERENCE Kensington 40 70 Northern Valley 40 52 Logan 31 61 Eastern Heights 22 52 Morland 23 34 Palco 14 16 Lenora 06 16 Last Week's Results Northern Valley 42, Eastern Heights 16; Kensington 58, Logan 12; Morland 40, Lenora 12; Healy-Utica 50, Palco 14. This Week's Games Friday - Jennings at Lenora; Logan at Eastern Heights; Morland at Golden Plains; Northern Valley at Kensington; Ransom at Palco. COTTONWOOD VALLEY Sacred Heart 50 70 Marion 41 52 Chase County 32 52 Council Grove 23 25 Herington 14 25 Remington 05 07 Last Week's Results Sacred Heart 47, Canton-Galva 0; Marlon 47, Herington 7; Chase County 50, Lebo 20; Santa Fe Trail 21 , Council Grove 14; Moundrldge 43, Remington 14. This Week's Games Friday - Chase County al Olpe; Council Grove al Topeka Hayden; Ell-Saline at Sacred Heart; Herington al Hesslon; Hlllsboro at Marlon; Remington al Segwlck. EISENHOWER Centre 60 60 St. John's Military 41 52 Bennlngton ' 32 43 Hope 32 34 Tescott 32 34 While City ' 4 2 6 Solomon 15 16 Wakefleld 05 07 Last Week's Results Bennlngton 67, Southern Cloud 16; Central Christ- Ian 38, Tescott 36: Goessel 75, Hope 36: SJ-Mllitary 60, Wakefleld 0; Centre 53, Solomon it; White City 27, This Week's Qamss Friday - Benninston at SI. John's Military; Centre at Goessel; Emmanuel Christian at Hope; Solomon at St. Mary's Academy; Southern Cloud at Wakelield; White City al Tescott. 1-70 Manhattan 40 60 Salina Central 41 61 Salina South 23 43 Topeka West 12 34 Junction City 13 43 Topeka High 15 25 Last Week's Results Salina South 37, Hays 22; Lawrence 24, Topeka High 6; Manhattan 44, Junction City 18; Salina Central 58, Highland Park 7; Washburn Rural 35, Topeka West 14. This Week's Games Friday - Junction City at Topeka West; Sallna South al McPherson; Shawnee Heights at Salina Centra; Topeka High al Leavenworth; Washburn Rural at Manhattan. • MID-CONTINENT Norton 60 70 Smith Center 60 70 Trego 42 52 Stockton 33 43 Ellis 33 34 Hill City 33 34 Plalnvllle 24 34 Victoria 24 25 Phllllpsburg 15 16 Osborne 06 07 Last Week's Results Dlghton 55, Ellis 0; Stockton 59, Lincoln 12; Norton 27, Oberlin 6; Plainvllle 35, Osborne 0; SI. Francis 20, Hill City 0; Smith Center 58, Phllllpsburg 0; Trego 54, Leoli 12: LaCrosse 30, Victoria 0. This Week's Games Friday - Ellis al Ness City; Hill City at Alwood; Lincoln al Osborne; Norton at Smith Center; Oakley al Trego; Oils-Bison at Victoria; Phllllpsburg al Oberlin; Plalnvllle at Lincoln; Stockton at Osborne. MID-STATE Hoislngton 40 61 Scott City 21 52 Larned 12 43 Pratt 12 43 TMP-Marlan 03 16 Last Week's Results Goodland 40, TMP-Marian 16; Hoisington 14, Oakley 0; Pratt 62, Hugoton 0; Scott City 35, Colby 6; Ulysses 41, Larned 7. This Week's Games Friday - Larned at Hugoton; Leoti at Hoislngton; Pratt at Ulysses; TMP-Marion at Scott City. NCAA Southeast-Saline 30 70 Beloit 30 61 Belleville 21 43 Minneapolis 21 43 Ellsworth 04 07 Russell 04 07 Last Week's Results Southeast-Saline 28, Belleville 27 (OT); Beloil 43, Minneapolis 7; Nickerson 27, Ellsworth 6: Smoky Valley 48, Russell 0. This Week's Games Friday - Minneapolis at Belleville; Russell at Ellsworth; Soulheast-Sallne at Beloit. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS Wamego 41 61 Abilene 21 43 Marysvllle 32 43 Chapman 12 43 Concordia 12 43 Clay Center 03 16 Last Week's Reeults Abilene 27, Concordia 21; Wamego 50, Marysvllle 27; Chapman 20, Clay Center 12. This Week's Games Friday - Clay Center al Abilene; Concordia at Chapman; Holton al Marysvllle: Sabetha at Wamego. NORTHWEST KANSAS SI. Francis 30 61 Goodland 20 52 Oakley 42 43 Oberlin 42 43 Hoxie 32 34 Alwood 24 25 Colby 04 07 Qulnter 04 07 Last Week's Results Goodland 40, TMP-Marlan 16; Hoislngton 14, Oakley 0; Hoxle 26, Atwood 24; Ness City 67, Qulnter 0; Nor- CLASS 3A At Gypsum-Southeast ot Saline First Round - Riley County (24-4) vs. South- ast ot Saline (4-22). 1 p.m.; Minneapolis (18-7) s. Marion (12-12). 1:45 p.m.; Ellinwood (21-4) s. Lyons (9-13). 2:30 p.m.; Hillsboro (21-8) vs. terilng (13-15), 3:15 p.m. Semifinals - Riley County-Southeast winner s. Minneapolis-Marion winner, 4 p.m.; illinwood-Lyons winner vs. Hillsboro-Sterlino, inner. 5 p.m. Championship - Semifinal winners, 6 p.m. At Southwestern Heights First Round - Lakin (30-3) vs. Southwestern eights (7-21), 1 p.m.; Holcomb (15-14) vs. eotl (13-14). 2 p.m.; Hoisington (27-4) vs. Medine Lodge (8-18). 3 p.m.; St. John (24-5) vs. imarron (13-15), 4 p.m. Semifinals - Lakin-Southwestem Heights wln- er vs. Holcomb-Leoti winner, 5 p.m.; Hoising- on-Medicine Lodge winner vs. St. John-Cimar- on winner, 6 p.m. Championship - Semifinal winners, 7 p.m. CLASS 2A Al Lincoln First Round - Goessel (23-5) vs. Canton-Gala (10-15), 2 p.m.; Moundridge (18-9) vs. Os- ome (16-8), 3 p.m.; Sacred Heart (21-8) vs. jncoln (13-14). 4 p.m.; Ell-Saline (19-9) vs. "eabody (13-9), 5 p.m. Semifinals - Goessel-Canlon-Gatva winner vs. Moundrldge-Osbome winner. 6 p.m.; Sacred Heart-Lincoln winner vs. Ell-Saline-Peabody winner, 7 p.m. Championship - Semifinals winners, 8 p.m. At Ellis First Round - Qulnter (17-8) vs. Stockton (47), 1 p.m.: Ellis (9-15) vs. St. Francis (8-14). ;45 p.m.; Victoria (17-8) vs. Hill City (5-15), :30 p.m.; Atwood (13-12) vs. Plainvllle (7-15), :15p.m. Semifinals - Qulnter-Slockton winner vs. Ellis- Si. Francis winner, 4 p.m.; Victoria-Hill City win- er vs. Atwood-Plalnvllle winner, 4:45 p.m. Championship - Semifinal winners, 5:30 p.m. CLASS 1A At Balleyvllle Sub-State A Semifinals - North Central (26-6) vs. Sylvan Unified (14-14), 1 p.m.; Jewell (27-7) vs. Waonda East (16-11), 2p.m. Championship - North Central-Sylvan winner vs. Jewell-Waconda East winner, 3 p.m. Sub-State B Semifinals - Centralia (32-0) vs. Hanover (920), 5 p.m.; Wetmore (25-7) vs. Southern Cloud 21 -8), 6 p.m. Championship - Centralia-Hanover winner vs. Wetmore-Southem Cloud winner, 7 p.m. At Ransom Semifinals - Weskan (34-0) vs. Lenora (6-17), 2 p.m.; Cheylln (20-5) vs. Wheatland (21-7), 3 i.m. Championship - Weskan-Lenora winner vs. Cheylin-Whealland winner, 4 p.m. Sub-State B Semifinals - Deerfield (29-3) vs. Grinnell (1019), 5:30 p.m.; Logan (21-5) vs. Jetmore (1914), 6:30 p.m. Championship - Deerfield-Grinnell winner vs. Logan-Jetmore winner, 7:30 p.m. LATE TUESDAY RESULTS REGULAR SEASON AT WAMEGO Wamego def. Chapman 15-6, 15-2 Wamego def. Chapman 15-4, 15-0 CLASS 1A REGIONALS AT GRAINFIELD Semifinals - Wheatland del. Healy 15-4, 15-5; Utica def. Trlplains 15-1 0,15-2. Championship - Whealland def. Utica 15-3, 11-15,15-10. AT PALCO Semifinals - Morland received bye; Lenora del. Palco 15-10, 15-13. Championship - Lenora def. Morland 16-14, 15-11. ATWAKEFIELD Semifinals - Wakefield received bye; Solomon del. St. Xavler 15-8, 15-10 Championship - Solomon del. Wakefield 1 5-7, 15-7 Junior high At Sallna McPherson del. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 15-8, 1115,15-10. McPherson def. Sallna South, 6-15, 15-3, 1715. Salina South def. Roosevelt-Lincoln, 15-13, 15-8. Soccer College men BETHANY 1, BETHEL 0 Bethel 00 — 0 Bethany 01—1 Bethany — Taylor (Jarmaillo), 80th. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPts GF GA Florida 5 0 3 13 26 11 Tampa Bay 510 10 28 18 Philadelphia 5 4 0 10 22 21 N.Y. Rangers 352 8 29 31 New Jersey 231 5 13 18 N.Y. Islanders 142 4 16 20 Washington 250 4 19 24 Northeast Division W L TPts GF GA Hartford 410 8 17 12 Montreal 322 8 29 25 Boston 321 7 23 21 Ottawa 223 7 21 21 Buffalo 340 6 14 20 Pittsburgh 260 4 17 34 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPts GF GA Dallas 7 2 0 14 27 21 hlcago 5 3 0 10 19 15 t. Louis 5 4 0 10 25 20 etrolt 5 4 0 10 23 14 hoenix 341 7 19 18 oronto 250 4 16 26 Pacific Division W L TPts GF GA Colorado 5 4 1 11 39 26 Calgary 5 4 0 10 25 20 dmonton 5 4 0 10 27 28 ,os Angeles 450 8 26 30 an Jose 342 8 26 33 Vancouver 350 6 22 27 nahsim 162 4 22 36 Tuesday's Games Tampa Bay 6, N.Y. Islanders 3 Philadelphia 3, Anaheim 0 Toronto 4 San Jose 3 Calgaiy 5, Colorado 1 Edmonton 5, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 2, Phoenix 1 Wednesday's Games Washington 3, N.Y. Rangers 2 Florida 5, Ottawa 2 Detroit 4, Dallas 1 Colorado 4, Vancouver 1 Thursday's Games Anaheim al Hartford, 6 p.m. Toronto at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Montreal at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. San Jose at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Ottawa al Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. St. Louis at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. Edmonton at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. tft& • General Transactions BASEBALL National League MONTREAL EXPOS— Named Pete Mackanin hird base coach. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS— Promoted Joe Pet- inl, Louisville Redblrds manager, to minor- eague field coordinator. FOOTBALL National Football League NFL— Fined Seattle players Corey Harris, Winston Moss and Dean Wells, $5,000 and Mike Barber, Carlton Gray, Selwyn Jones, Cortez Kennedy, Darryl Williams, Ronnie Williams and Terry Wooden, $4,000 and Kansas City players Marcus Allen and Chris Penn, $5,000 and Klmble Anders, Danan Hughes, Dave Szott, Tim Grunhard and Keith Cash, >4,000 for their parts in a fight In their game on Oct. 17. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS— Named Rick Ven- uri Interim coach. Announced tight ends coach Bruce Allans will be quarterbacks coach and will call offensive plays. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS— Placed FB Reggie town on Injured reserve. Activated FB Oscar Gray from the practice squad. HOCKEY National Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS— Assigned LW Hnat Domenlchelli to Springfield of the AHL NEW JERSEY DEVILS— Recalled C Denis Pederson from Albany of the AHL. , NEW YORK ISLANDERS— Agreed to terms with D Doug Houda. Recalled LW Brent Hughes from Utah ol the IHL. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS— Reassigned F Ryan Savoia Irom the Canadian National Team to Johnstown ol the ECHL. COLLEGE OKLAHOMA STATE— Announced the resignation of Gary Ward, baseball coach. Greyhounds Wichita Park WEDNESDAY NIGHT RESULTS 1st race — 5-16 Grade D Time: 31.21 8 Imok- ie Nitro 14.00 3.40 2.80 3 Hardyman 4.40 3.60 5 EJ's Garbo 3.80 Quiniela: (3-8) $35.00 Trilecta: (8-3-5) $312.60 2nd race — 5-16 Grade M Time: 31.24 1 Banana Wlndsock 31.00 21.00 7.20 3 Mohican Storm 2.80 2.40 4 Dallas Swain 3.00 Quinlela: (1-3) $25.80 Trifecta: (1-3-4) $139.20 Quin-Dbl: 3-8-1 -3 $159.00 3rd race — 5-16 Grade C Time: 30.97 8 Bows 8.20 12.00 7.60 7 Klowa Whisper 7.60 4.00 1 Riley Koonta 7.60 Quinlela: (7-6) $37.80 Trifecta: (8-7-1) $303.40 4th race — 3-8 Grade D Time: 39.08 3 Lancelot Blazer 27.00 10.20 5.20 4 Bets On Steve 6.80 5.60 6 Secret Door 4.20 Quinlela: (34) $76.80 Super (3-4-6-5) $ 2265.90 5th race — 5-16 Grade D Time: 31.25 5 Dynamic Kailey 22.60 11.60 14.20 4 Headin For Home 3.60 3.40 3 KC Dig It 14.20 Quinlela: (45) $45.80 Trilecta: (5-4-A) $21.20 6th race — 5-16 Grade C Time: 31.44 2 Kip Kano 13.20 10.80 4.00 7 Dynamic Big Dog 4.60 4.40 5 Dr. B's Fuzz 3.20 Quinlela: (2-7) $25.20 Trifecta: (2-7-5) $228.20 7th race — 5-16 Grade D Time: 31.21 3 Sec- retarian Girt 17.00 5.40 12.20 4 Imokie Caroline 4.40 8.20 1 Satin Mist 5.80 Quinlela: (3-4) $31.80 Trilecta: (3-4-1) $450.40 2nd Hall TwinTri: No Winner Carryover. $2,083.77 8th race — 3-8 Grade B Time: 38.82 4 Lake Fire 13.00 4.40 3.20 1 Klowa Scream 3.00 2.20 5 Dynamite Pete 3.20 Quiniela: (1-4) $15.80 Super (4-1-5-8) $546.60 9th race — 5-16 Grade C Time: 31.26 2 Hamm's Clint 39.40 5.60 5.20 6 Rockn A Rennle 5.20 4.20 7 Bart's Wish 17.20 Quiniela; (2-6) $37.20 Trifecta: $21. 80 10th race — 5-16 Grade B Time: 31.16 2 Wix Lacey 8.80 3.60 3.40 6 B Mac's Amp 5.40 3.40 1 Mount Seskin 4.60 Quinlela: (2-8) $40.20 Trilecta: (2-8-1) $412.20 1 1th race — 5-1 6 Grade C Time: 31 .05 2 Fly- Ing Candle 5.80 3.20 2.20 7 Beve 3.40 2.40 8 Cheyenne Driver 4.00 Quinlela: (2-7) $6.20 Trifecta: (2-7-8) $112.40 Scratched: 6 Kantex Barfly 2nd Hall Tri-Super: No Winner Carryover $2,253.42 12th race — 5-16 Grade B Time: 31.19 2 Imokie Cissy 16.40 4.40 3.20 5 Flying Mlchelln 4.20 3.00 1 Dynamic Jerome 4.00 Quinlela: (25) $26.40 Super (2-5-1-8) $ 952.20 1 3th race — 5-1 6 Grade A Time: 31 .06 4 PBS Mysticrhythm 20.40 5.60 6.60 2 Sly Bev 3.20 2.40 6 Kiowa Inzer 3.60 Quinlela: (2-4) $16.00 Trilecta: (4-2-6) $292.20 14th race — 5-16 Grade D Time: 31.34 2 RC Lovely Lady 9.60 3.80 2.60 5 Klowa Oregon 3.20 2.20 7 Rowdy River 3.00 Quinlela: (2-5) $1 5.20 Trifecta: (2-5-7) $83.40 Scratched: 1 Flying Belly Quln-Dbl: 2-4-2-5 $104.00 1 5th race — 3-8 Grade TA Time: 38.76 3 Runaway Precious 8.00 4.60 2.40 1 Sergei's Holli 28.20 6.40 6 Kmax Kay Lynn 4.20 Quinlela: (13) $18.60 Super (3-1-6-4) $ 428.40 STANDINGS ton 27, Oberlin 6: SI. Francis 20, Hill City 0; Scott City 36, Colby 6. This Week's Games Friday - Goodland at Colby; Hill City al Atwood; Oakley al Trego; Phllllpsburg at Oberlin; Qulnter at Ellis; St. Francis at Hoxle. PIKE TRAIL Mankalo 60 70 WacondaEast 60 70 Pike Valley 42 52 St. John's Beloit 42 52 Hlllcrest 32 43 While Rock 24 25 Jewell . 15 25 North Central 05 06 Southern Cloud 06 07 Last Week's Results Bennlngton 57, Southern Cloud 16; Hillcresl 46, Jewell 36; Mankato 36, Nelson, Neb. 27; SJ-Beloit 52, Tipton 46; Waconda East 46, Pike Valley 30; White Rock 66, North Central 20. This Week's Games Friday - Downs at SI. John's Beloit; Hlllcrest al North Central; Jewell at White Rock; Mankato al Waconda East; Southern Cloud at Wakelield; Wilson at Pike Valley; . TWIN LAKES Sylvan 40 70 Wilson 51 52 Lucas-Luray 4 t 43 Downs 23 25 Tipton 13 16 Chase 15 16 Natoma 04 06 Last Week's Results Sylvan 52, Downs 8: Lucas-Luray 60, Natoma 14; Quivira Heights 36, Wilson 12; SJ-Belolt 62, Tiplon 48; White City 27, Chase 20. This Week's Games Friday - Chase at Central Christian; Downs at St. John's Beloil; Natoma at Tipton; Sylvan at Lucas-Luray; Wilson at Pike Valley. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY Division 1 Grinnell 10 51 Sharon Springs 10 42 1 Cheylln 01 34 Tribune 01 24 Division II Trlplains 30 70 Healy-Ulica 11 33 Brewster 11 16 Golden Plains 03 06 Last Week's Results Sharon Springs 42, Cheylln 20; Healy-UIIca 50, Palco 14; Ransom 68, Golden Plains 42; Grinnell 56, Tribune 26; Trlplains 70, Brewster 24. This Week's Games Friday - Brewster at Healy-Utlca; Cheylln at Tribune; Golden Plains at Lenora; Sharon Springs at Grinnell; Triplains, Idle. OTHERS Ell-Saline 00 70 Linn 00 51 McPherson 00 52 Quivira Heights 00 52 Smoky Valley 00 52 Hanover 00 43 Herndon 00 43 Canton-Galva 00 34 Clifton-Clyde 00 34 Washington 00 24 Hays 00 25 Emmanuel Christian 00 14 Lincoln 0016 Jennings 00 04 Hlllsboro 00 07 Last Week's Results Clifton-Clyde 36, Valley Heights 16; Sallna South 37, Hays 22; Rever, Colo. 52, Herndon 30; Hesston 21 , Hillsboro 0; Ell-Saline 27, Inman 6; Jennings, Idle; Stockton 59, Lincoln 12; Blue Valley-Randolph 47, Linn 0; McPherson 32, Great Bend 20; Mldway-Denton 66, Hanover 44; Quivira Heights 36, Wilson 12; Sacred Heart 47, Canlon-Galva 0; Smoky Valley 46, Russell 0; Frankfort 48, Washington 6. This Week's Games Friday - Canton-Gelva at Inman; Ell-Saline al Sacred Heart; Emmanuel Christian al Hope; Franklort al Clifton-Clyde; Great Bend at Hays; Hanover al Linn; Herndon, Idle; Hillsboro at Herington; Jennings al Lenora; Little River al Quivira Heights; Plainvllle at Lincoln; Sallna South at McPherson; Smoky Valley at Nickerson; Washington at Valley Heights. • SPORTS DIGEST Sky-high hoops hopes The Associated Press Olympic gold medalists Rebecca Lobo (left) and Sheryl Swoopes display their jerseys for the Inaugural season of the Women's National Basketball Association. The WNBA season Is scheduled to begin June 21, 1997 in eight yet-to-be- named NBA cities. Baseball ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Cardinals players, coaches and staff may have been exposed to the hepatitis A virus after eating a post-game meal served by a suburban restaurant. The team said Wednesday that no one has reported being ill, but it recommended those who ate the meal to get shots of immune globulin, a scarce medication grown from blood cells that causes temporary immune protection if taken soon enough after exposure. Bartolino's South catered a celebration in the Cardinals' clubhouse following their 4-3 victory in Game 4 of the National League Championship Series on Oct. 13. Four employees of the St. Louis County restaurant were diagnosed Tuesday with hepatitis A. St. Louis County Health Department officials said anyone who ate the restaurant's food between Oct. 9 and last Sunday may have been exposed to the virus. STILLWATER, Okla. — As much as he still loves college baseball and coaching, Gary Ward's back won't let him. Ward resigned Wednesday aft ter 19 years at Oklahoma State, saying his ailing back had become too much of a burden. "When you give up batting practice, when you give up swinging the bat in a demo situation, when you can't hit fungos, when you're wearing a back brace at third base, it takes a genuine love," Ward said. "I'm a hands-on guy, kids are important to me," he said. "I want to be involved with them. I've had to travel separately from them ... when I'm not there to deal with them, to share the emotion of wins and losses with them in travel situations, I think you begin to lose touch. "The time is right. I have come to grips with that." Ward, 56, compiled a record of 953-313 at Oklahoma State. His teams won 17 Big Eight titles, including the past 16 in a row, and reached the College World Series 10 times. Oklahoma State won 45 or more games in all but three seasons under Ward, and he won 75 percent of his games in 12 of the past 17 years. Basketball WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. — Webster Groves guard Johnnie Parker has made an oral commitment to play at Missouri. Parker, a 6-foot-6 senior, announced his decision Wednesday hi the high school library. He will make it official when the early signing period begins Nov. 13. Parker said he decided on Missouri after Tuesday's announcement that coach Norm Stewart had received a contract extension through 2001. Parker averaged 17 points and 8.6 rebounds as a junior, helping the Statesmen win the Class 4A state championship last season. He also was a key part of the St. Louis Eagles team that won an AAU national title last summer. In addition to Missouri, Parker also visited Saint Louis University, Cincinnati and Syracuse. Horse racing Brooders' Cup Classic Post positions nn<J«Ws KJST'HPHJB JOCKEY 0006 1 a-Dara and Go Soils 6-1 3 Talkl Blizzard Okabo 20-1 S Will's Way Chavez 15-1 7 Cigar Bailey 4-5 8 Y»r*«flu»u> Vetaqiw? 10-1 e (-Mahogany Hall Sellers 20-1 10 editor;, N?l! , q»W 16-1 11 Louie Quartorzo Day 12-1 IjU-Attteu, '• •NdXijWil 6-1 13 Alphob«t McCarron 12-1 ".F,''i TORONTO —Cigar could make Breeders' Cup history while D. Wayne Lukas could enhance his reputation as the No. 1 trainer in horse racing's richest series with 10 starters in six of the seven races. The 6-year-old Cigar will try to win an unprecedented second straight Breeders' Cup Classic on Saturday at Woodbine. The $4 million Classic is expected to be Cigar's last start, although owner Allen Paulson has several offers to race the horse at least once • more. Cigar was made the 45 early favorite to beat 13 rivals in the IVi-mile Classic. 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