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C2 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio today's schedule '. TELEVISION ...» BOXING S:30 p.m. — Boxing. Aaron Davis vs Tony Marshall, ESPN2. cable 39. QOLF , 12:30 p.m. — Senior PGA Golf, Maul Kaana- pall Classic, ESPN, cable 38. 1 fc30 p.m. - PQA Golf, The Tour Championship, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 8:30 p.m. — NHL Hockey, Chicago at Detroit, ESPN2. cable 39. . 8 p.m. — NCAA Hockey. Wisconsin at Denver. PRIME, cable 37. TENNIS . 10 a.m. — Men's tennis, Eurocard Open ES- '.PN, cable 38. ' I RADIO FOOTBALL 6:05 p.m. — NFL Football, NFL Preview KSAL, 1150-AM. 8;20 p.m. — NAIA Foolball, Bethany Update, •KSAL, 1150-AM. • 8:25 p.m. — NAIA Football. Kansas Wes- <eyan Update, KSAL. 1150-AM. 6:30 p.m, — High School Football, Inside High School Football, KSAL, 1150-AM. . 7:10 p.m. — High School Football, Countdown to KickoK, KSAJ, 98.5-FM. 7:30 p.m. — High School Foolball, Ell-Saline at Sallna Sacred Heart, KSAL, 1150-AM. - 7:30 p.m. — High School Football, Clay Center at Abilene, KSAJ, 98.5-FM. 10:30 p.m. — High School Football. Scoreboard Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. GENERAL "5:30 p.m. — Coors Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. Umpires—Home. Rlppley; First, Young; Second, Davis; Third, Evans; Left, tata; Riqht. Welke. T-4:17, A—51,881 (52,710). Hockey 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 , Tuesday, Oct. 22 New York 5, Atlanta 2 "'. Wednesday, Oct. 23 .. New York 8, Atlanta 8,10 Innings Thursday, Oct. 24 New York 1, Atlanta 0, New York leads series 3-2 Saturday, Oct. 26 , fflanta (Maddux 15-11) at New York (Key 12-11), 7:01 p.m. ; Sunday, Oct. 27 , Atlanta (Glavine 15-10) at New York (Cone 7-2), 6:35 p.m., if necessary .World Series YANKEES 1, BRAVES 0 •NEW YORK ATLANTA ; abrhbl abrhbl ;DJeterss 4000 Grssomcf 3020 JteyesSb 4100 Lemke2b 4000 •BeWmscf 4000 CpJnesSb 4010 "Fielder 1b 4031 McGrtMb 3000 JMrtnz 1b 0000 JLopez c 4000 .Stiwbrlf 3000 AJonesif 2010 '•O'Neill rf 2000 Klesko ph 0000 ?Duncan2b 4000 Dyerf 3000 ,Sojo 2b 0000 Pokmia ph 1000 J-eyrtac 2010 Blauserss 3000 •Pattlttep 4000 Smoltzp 2010 TMtland p 0000 Mrdcal ph 1000 . Writers p 0000 -Total! 31 1 4 1 Totals 30 0 5 0 •New York 000 100 000—1 >U«nt« 000 000 000—0 , E—DJeter(2), Grissom (1). DP—New York 2, •Atlanta 1. LOB—New York 8, Atlanta 7. 2B— •Fielder (2), Cpjones (2). SB—Duncan (1), .Leyrttz (1), Grissom (1), AJones (1). CS— Atones (2). IP H HER BB SO * New York ,PettitteW,1-1 81-3 5 00 3 4 .Welteland S.3 2-3 0 0 Q 1 0 • Atlanta ^Smoltz L.1-1 8 4 1 0 3 10 .Wohlers 1 00020 4 WP—Wohlers. • Umpires—Home, Young; First, Davis; Sec- ;ond, Evans; Third, Tata; Left, Weike; Right, flip- .pley. < T—2:54. A—51,881(52,710). ;, WEDNESDAY'S GAME YANKEES 8, BRAVES 6 •WEWYORK ATLANTA * abrhbl abrhbl .RainesH 5100 Grssomcf 5012 •DJeter ss 4220 Lemke 2b 5010 •eeWmscf 4100 CpJnes3b 3210 JleWeMb 4121 McGrfMb 3121 fm 30 0000 CkxiU p 0000 ^Boggs3b 0001 JLopezc 2101 •Hayes 3b 5131 Whlers p 0000 JStrwbrrf 5020 Averyp 0000 .Duncan 2b 5100 Klesko I b 1000 •Girardi c 2000 AJones If 4131 •O'Neill ph 1000 Dye rf 4000 leyrttzc 2113 Blauserss 3111 flogarsp 1 0 1 0 Blliardss 0000 Bhmgrp 0000 Pokmlaph 1000 Sojo ph 1010 Pndllon 3b 1000 Where p 0000 Neaglep 1000 TMrtnz ph 1000 Wade p 0000 •iNeten p 0000 Beleckl p 1000 Aktreteph 1000 EdPrezc 1000 MRIvra p 0000 dp 1000 rip 0000 Total! 42 812 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. 2B— Grissom (2), AJones (1). HR—Uyritz (1), Me- Griff (2). S—Oye, Neagle. SF-JLopez. IP H HER BB SO ,..New York Bogers 2 55520 •Boehringer 2 00003 Weathers 1 11122 'JNelson 2 00012 MRIvera 11-32 0 0 1 1 tloydW,1-0 1 00001 Jjletteland S,2 2-31 0000 .,. Atlanta Meagle 5 53243 Wade 0 00010 flelecki 2 00014 •Wohlers 2 63301 AveryL,0-1 2-312130 Clontz 1-300001 ., Rogers pitched to 2 batters in the 3rd, Neagle pitched to 4 batters in the 6th, Wade pitched to f batter in the 6th. '„ Balk—Weathers. NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts OF GA Florida 5 0 3 13 26 11 Tampa Bay 5 2 0 10 30 23 Philadelphia 540 10 22 21 NY Rangers 352 8 29 31 New Jersey 331 7 16 19 Washington 250 4 19 24 NY Islanders 142 4 16 20 Northeast Division W L T Ptt QF QA Hartford 5 1 0 10 21 13 Ottawa 323 9 26 23 Montreal 332 8 32 31 Buffalo 440 8 20 23 Boston 331 7 24 23 Pittsburgh 280 4 17 34 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts GF GA Dallas 7 2 0 14 27 21 Chicago 6 3 0 12 25 19 Detroit 5 4 0 10 23 14 St. Louis 5 5 0 10 29 26 Phoenix 341 7 19 18 Toronto 350 6 18 27 Pacific Division W L T PI. QF GA Colorado 54 1 11 39 26 Calgary 5 4 0 10 25 20 Edmonton 5 4 0 10 27 28 Los Angeles 450 8 26 30 San Jose 352 8 27 36 Vancouver 350 6 22 27 Anaheim 172 4 23 40 Wednesday's results Washington 3, NY Rangers 2 Florida 5, Ottawa 2 Detroit 4. Dallas 1 Colorado 4, Vancouver 1 Thursday's results Hartford 4, Anaheim 1 Toronto 2, Boston 1 New Jersey 3, San Jose t Buffalo 6, Montreal 3 Ottawa 5, Tampa Bay 2 Chicago 6, St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh at Calgary, (n) Edmonton at Los Angeles, (n) Friday's games NY Rangers at Florida, 8:30 p.m. Chicago at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Today's schedule FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 FOOTBALL Bennlngton at SJ Military, 7 p.m. Ell-Saline at Sacred Heart, 7:30 p.m. Shawnee Heights at Salina Central, 7:30 p.m. Sallna South at McPherson, 7:30 p.m. SE Saline at Beloit. 7:30 p.m. VOLLEYBALL Kansas Wesleyan at Missouri Valley Invitational Bethel 41 42 Friends 31 33 Kansas Wesleyan 22 24 McPheraon 1 4 ,, 15 Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 520 .714 104 117 Indianapolis 520 .7)4 124 114 Miami 430 .571 168 121 New England 430 .571 174 140 NY Jets 0 8 0 .000 114212 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 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 16V 99 Philadelphia 520 .714 160 149 Dallas 430 .571 136 107 Arizona 340 .428 98 157 NY Giants 250 .286 89 147 Central Green Bay 610 .857 227 92 Minnesota 520 .714 127 116 Detroit 4 3 0 .571 162 124 Chicago 2 5 0 .288 104 152 Tampa Bay 1 6 0 .143 78 152 West Carolina 520 .714 164 91 San Francisco 520 .714 183 106 SI. Louis 2 5 0 .266 105 185 New Orleans 2 6 0 .250 121 180 Atlanta 0 7 0 .000 123 207 Sunday's games Carolina at Philadelphia, Noon Indianapolis at Washington, Noon Jacksonville at Cincinnati, Noon NY Giants at Detroit, Noon Pittsburgh at Atlanta, Noon St. 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 dale: New Orleans, Oakland Monday's game Chicago at Minnesota, 6 p.m. Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Games W L W L Colorado 30 51 Nebraska 30 51 Kansas State 31 61 Kansas 12 33 Iowa State 12 24 Missouri 03 24 South Division Conference All Games W L W L Texas 21 33 Oklahoma 21 24 Texas Tech 32 43 Texas ASM 12 34 Oklahoma Slate 13 43 Baylor 03 33 Saturday's games Texas Tech at Texas ASM, 11:30 a.m.; Iowa State at Baylor, 1 p.m.; Oklahoma at Kansas State, 1 p.m.; Oklahoma State at Missouri, 1 p.m.; Texas at Colorado, 2:30 p.m; Kansas at Nebraska, 6 p.m. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Bethany 40' 41 Southwestern 40 41 Ottawa 1 4 '" !,-• 5 Sterling t * 15 Tabor 04 '06 Saturday's game* Friends at Bethany. 1:30 p.m.; McPherson al Tabor, 1:30 p.m.; Ottawa a! Kansas Wesleyan, 1:30 p.m.; Southwestern at Bethel, 1:30 p.m.; Concordia. Neb. al Sterling. 2 p.m. RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Chadron Stale 40 70 Nebraska-Kearney 41 43 Fort Hays State 22 42 Fort Lewis 22 33 Western State 22 25 New Mexico Highlands 23 43 Mesa Slate ' 23 25 Adams State 13 34 Colorado Mines 14 25 Saturday's games New Mexico Highlands at Fort Hays Slate, 1 p.m.; Colorado Mines at Western State, 2 p.m.; Nebraska-Kearney al Wayne Stale, Neb., 2:30 p.m.; Adams Stale al Chadron Stale, 2:30 p.m.; Fort Lewis at Mesa Stale, B p.m. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Games W L W L Northwest Missouri 50 70 Missouri Southern 41 51 Pittsburg State 41 42 Emporia State 41 43 Washbum 32 33 Truman State 32 34 Missouri Western 23 43 Central Missouri 05 25 Missourf-Rolla 05 25 Southwest Baptist 05 06 Saturday's games Pittsburg Stale at Emporia Stale, 1 p.m.; Southwest Baptist at Washbum, 1 p.m.; Truman State at Missouri Western, 1:30 p.m.; Missourl- Rolla at Central Missouri, 2 p.m.; Northwest Missouri at Missouri Southern, 7 p.m. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Evangel 50 50 Graceland 50 51 Benedictine 41 51 Baker 41 42 MldAmerica Nazarene 32 42 Culver-Stockton 24 24 Central Methodist 14 24 Missouri Valley 14 15 Llndenwood 15 25 William Jewell 05 15 Saturday's games Baker at Evangel, 1:30 p.m,; Central Methodist at William Jewell, 1:30 p.m.; Graceland at Culver-Stockton, 1:30 p.m.; MidAmertca Nazarene at Undenwood, 1:30 p.m.; Missouri Valley at Benedictine, 3 p.m. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Garden City 61 71 Cofleyville B 1 61 Butler County 52 62 Hutchlnson 52 62 Fort Scott 34 35 Independence 25 35 Highland 16 26 Dodge City 07 06 Sunday's games KJCCC playoffs Dodge City at Garden City, 1:30 p.m.; Highland at Cofleyville, 1:30 p.m.; Independence at Butler County, 1:30 p.m.; Fort Scott at Hulchinson, 1:30 p.m. Harrah's odds RENO, Nev (AP) — Odds for the college and professional football games this week (ram Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday Syracuse minus 11V4 at Boston College Virginia Tech minus 31 vs. Pittsburgh Tennessee minus 15 vs. Alabama Northwestern minus 12 <A vs. Illinois Michigan State minus 3 vs. Wisconsin Rutgers minus 1 vs. Temple Navy minus 13 al Wake Foresl Maryland minus 7 at Duke Nebraska minus 31 </i vs. Kansas Texas A&M minus 1VS> vs. Texas Tech Penn Slate minus 15 at Indiana South Carolina minus 4 at Vanderbllt Baylor minus 7 vs. Iowa State Utah minus 13'/4 vs. Tulsa Missouri minus 4 vs. Oklahoma State Air Force minus 31 vs. Hawaii Ohio State minus 14 at Iowa Kansas State minus 19 vs. Oklahoma Louisville minus 7 vs. Cincinnati Brlgham Young minus 16 al Texas Christian Colorado minus 11 vs. Texas Florida State minus 17 vs. Virginia Arizona Stale minus 14 at Stanford San Diego Slate minus 5 at Colorado Stale Washington minus 6 V4 at Oregon Southern Cal minus 3 V4 at Washington Slate California minus 2 'A vs. UCLA North Carolina minus 22 at Houston West Virginia minus 3 vs. Miami Georgia minus 16 al Kentucky Michigan minus 13 at Minnesota Louisiana State minus 19 vs. Mississippi Slate Southern Mississippi minus 11 at Tulane New Mexico minus 2 at Southern Methodist Rice minus 5 at Texas-El Paso Arizona minus 19 vs. Oregon Stale NFL Sunday Baltimore minus 6Vi vs. St. Louis San Francisco OFF al Houston Pittsburgh minus 5 4 at Atlanta Detroit minus 10 vs. NY Giants Green Bay minus 18 vs. Tampa Bay Washington minus 214 vs. Indianapolis Philadelphia minus 4V4 vs. Carolina Cincinnati minus 3 vs. Jacksonville Dallas minus 3 at Miami Denver minus 3'/4 vs. Kansas City San Diego OFF at Seattle Arizona minus 4 V4 vs. NY Jets New England minus 4 vs. Buffalo Monday Minnesota minus 6V4 vs. Chicago College schedule Saturday, Oct. 26 EAST Syracuse (3-2) al Boston College (4-3). 11 a.m. Temple (1-6) at Rutgers (1-6), 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 SI. (1-5), Noon Lafayette (3-2) at Colgate (3-4), Noon James Madison (6-1) at Delaware (6-1), Noon lona (0-6) at Duquesne (6-0), Noon Georgetown, D.C. (4-1) at Fordham (0-6), Noon & 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 Falrfield (0-6) at Siena (1-4), Noon Marlsl (4-2) al St. Peter's (2-3), Noon St. Francis, Pa. (2-4) at Towson St. (3-4), Noon 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) al Robert Morris (5-1), 12:30 p.m. St. John's, NY (3-2) at Canisius (5-0), 2 p.m. Miami (4-2) al West Virginia (7-0), 6 p.m. SOUTH Maryland (3-4) at Duke (0-6), 11 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 St. (2-3) at LSU (5-1), 11:40 a.m. Marshall (7-0) 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 (3-4) al William & Maiy (5-2), Noon Randolph-Macon (4-1) al Davidson (3-3), 12:30 p.m. 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 ASM (3-4) vs. Alabama SI. (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 p.m. South Carolina (4-3) at Vanderbilt (1-5), 1 p.m. Tn.-Chattanooga (2-4) at W. Carolina (2-5), 1 p.m. Jackson St. (5-1) at Grambling St. (2-4), 1:30 p.m. Austin Peay (0-7) at Tennessee St. (3-3), 1:30 p.m. • Cincinnati (3-4) al Louisville (4-3), 2 p.ro. Southern U. (4-2) at Alcom St. (4-4), 2:30 p.m. Virginia (5-1) at Florida St. (5-0), 2:30 p.m. Alabama (7-0) at 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.-Blrmlngham (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 SI. (1-6), 7 p.m. Memphis (3-4) al SW Louisiana (3-4), 7 p.m. Southern Miss. (6-1) at Tulane (2-4), 7 p.m. MIDWEST Illinois (2-4) 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 (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) at Kansas St. (6-1), 1 p.m. Oklahoma St. (4-3) at Missouri (2-4), 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 (4-4), 1:30 p.m. Cal Poly-SLO (3-4) at W. Illinois (6-1), 1:30 p.m. Middle Tenn. (3-4) at SE Missouri (1 -5), 2 p.m. Kent (2-5) at E. Michigan (1-7), 2:30 p.m. Ohio St. (6-0) at Iowa (5-1), 2:30 p.m. SW Missouri St. (5-2) at Illinois St. (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), 6 p.m. SOUTHWEST Texas Tech (4-3) at Texas ASM (3-4), 11:30 a.m. Nevada (4-3) at North Texas (3-4), 2 p.m. McNeesa SI. (2-4) at Sam Houston St. (2-5), 2 p.m. Samtord (4-3) at Stephen F.Austin (4-2), 2 p.m. Brigham Young (7-1) at Texas Christian (2-4), 2p.m. Iowa St. (2-4) al Baylor (3-3), 2:30 p.m. Nicholls St. (3-3) at SW Texas St. (3-3), 3 p.m. North Carolina (5-1) at Houston (4-3). 5:30 p.m. New Mexico (4-3) al 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) at Utah (6-1), 1p.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 St. (4-4), 2:30 p.m. Washington (4-2) at Oregon (3-4). 2.30 p.m. Arizona St. (7-0) al 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) al 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 p.m. CS Northridge (4-3) al Sacramento St. (1-5), 8 p.m. Oregon St. (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. Freshman SALINA SOUTH 14 SALINA CENTRAL 6 Sallna Central 0006-6 Sallna South 8 0 0 6-14 Sallna Central - Hancock 1 run. Sallna South - Cooper 2 run; Engle 25 nm. PAT - Moody run. Junior high HAYS FELTON 16 ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 6 HaysFelton 8 8 0 0— 16 Roosevelt-Lincoln 0600— 6 Hays FeKon — Scoring unavailable. Roosevelt-Lincoln —Smith 1 ran. Basketball NBA exhibition Wednesday's results 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 Thursday's results Detroit 119, Philadelphia 95 • Chicago 111, Sacramento 90 Golden State 112, New Jersey 108 (ot) San Antonio 108, Houston 76 LA Clippers at Vancouver (n) Portland vs. Seattle (n) Golf PGA scores TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Scores Thursday after Ihe first round of the $3 million Tour Championship, played on the 6,834-yards, par 35-35— 70 Southern Hills Country Club: Vljay Singh 33-33-66 Tom Lehman 33-33—86 Steve Jones 33-34—67 Phil Mickelson 32-35—67 Brad Faxon . 35-33—68 Fred Couples 35-33—68 Mark Calcavecchla 35-34—69 Tom Watson 34-36—70 Tiger Woods 35-35—70 John Cook 35-35—70 Steve Strieker 35-36—70 Jeff Sluman 37.34—71 Fred Funk 38-33—71 Michael Bradley 35-36—71 Corey Pavln 34.37—71 David Duval 33-38—71 Jim Furyk 37-35—72 Davis Love III 35-37—72 Kenny Perry 37-36—73 Tommy Tolles 38-35—73 Justin Leonard 39-34—73 Greg Norman 36-37—73 Scott Hoch 35-38—73 Mark Brooks 37-36—73 Duffy Waldorf 38-36—74 Marti O'Meara 38-36—74 Nick Faldo 37-38—75 Emie Els 38-38—76 Jeff Maggert 38-40-^-78 Volleyball Ills Ellis, Atlanta, 10, welterweights. Nov. 1 At Fantasy Springs Casino, Indlo, Callt. (ES- PN), Danny Romero Jr., Albuquerque, vs, Hlpoli- lo Saucedo, 12, lor Romero's IBF super flyweight title. Nov. 2 At National Yoyogl Arena. Tokyo, George Foreman, Houston, vs. Crawford Grlmsley, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. 12, for Foreman's WBU and IBA heavyweight titles. At Fukuoka, Japan, Lulslto Esplnoza, Philippines, vs. Nobuloshl Hiranaka, Japan, 12, for Esplnoza's WBC featherweight title. At Alamogordo, N.M., Eric Holland, Alamogordo, N.M.. vs. Martin Oulroz, Mexico, 12, for the vacant WBB middleweight title. Nov. 8 At Blue Horizon, Philadelphia (ESPN), Joseph Ktwanuke, Las Vegas, vs. Segundo Mercado, New York. 12, for the vacant NABF super middleweight title. Nov. 9 At MGM Grand, Las Vegas. Mite Tyson, Southlngton, Ohio, vs. Evander Holyfield, Atlanta, 12 for Tyson's WBA heavyweight title; Michael Moorer, Detroit vs, Frans Botha, South Africa, 12 tor Moorer's IBF heavyweight title; Henry Aklnwande. Britain, vs. Alexander Zolkln, Russia, 12. tor Aklnwande's WBO heavyweight title. Nov. 12 At Blue Horizon, Philadelphia, Johnny Brown, Atlantic City, N.J., vs. Harold Warren, Corpus Christl, Texas, 12, for Brown's USBA |unlor lightweight title; Angel Vasquez, vs. Miguel Arrozal, Philippines, 10, junior lightweights. At Dakar, Senegal, Jean Baptlsle Mendy, Senegal, vs. Steve Johnston, Denver, 12, for Mendy's WBC lightweight title. Nov. 13 At Coeur D'Alene Tribal Casino, Worley, Idaho, Kenny Keene, Emmelt, Idaho, vs. Gary Stelger, Louisville, Ky., 12, for the IBA cruiserweight title. Nov. 16 At the Great Western Forum, Inglewood, Calif., John Avila, Palmdale, calif., vs. Hector Lopez, Glendale, Calif., 12, for Avila's NABO junior welterweight title; Chlco Castillo, Los Angeles, vs. Jorge Cocas Ramirez, Huntlngton Beach, Calif., 12, for Castillo's WBO Intercontinental junior lightweight title. At Sally's Park Place, Atlantic City, N.J., (HBO), Kevin Kelley, Flushing, N.Y., vs. Edwin Santana, Lawrence, Mass., 12, for Kelley's WBU featherweight title; Kirk Johnson, Canada, vs. Teriy McGroom, Flint, Mich., 10, heavyweights. 'At San Rafael, Calif., Paul Nave, San Rafael, Calil., vs. Joss Luis Madrid, Mexico, 12, tor Ihe vacant WBB welterweight title. Nov. 18 At the Great Western Forum, Inglewood, Calif., Nestor Garza, Mexico, vs. Roberto Villareal, Tucson, Ariz., 10, junior featherweights; Shlbata Floras, Los Angeles, vs. Ernie Artango, Australia, to, junior middleweight. Nov. 23 At Dublin, Ireland,'Daniel Zaragoza, Mexico, vs. Wayne McCullough, Ireland, 12, for Zaragoza's WBC super bantamweight title. At Munich", Germany, Virgil Hill, Wllliston, N.D., vs. Henry Maske, Germany, 12 for Hill's WBA light heavyweight title. Dec. 6 At Lawlor Events Center, Reno, Nev. (HBO), James Toney, Ann Arbor, Mich., vs. Montell Grit- tin, Chicago, 12, tor Toney's WBU light heavyweight title; Julio Cesar Chavez, Mexico, vs. Irish Mickey Ward, Lowell, Mass., 10, super lightweights. College results AT SALINA Kansas Wesleyan del. Bethel, 13-15,15-12, 15-12,15-6 Junior varsity - Kansas Wesleyan del. Bethel, 7-15,15-5,15-13 AT HILLSBORO Ottawa def. Tabor, 1-16, 7-15,15-4,15-2,1512 AT LINDSBORG Bethany def. McPheraon, 15-7,17-15,15-7 High school SUB-STATE TOURNAMENTS Saturday, Oct. 26 CLASS 4A AT ELLSWORTH First round - Haven (24-3) received bye; Pratt (8-17) vs. Russell (7-16), 2 p.m.; Ellsworth (14-9) vs. Nlckerson (7-19), 3 p.m.; Beloit (1115) vs. Smoky Valley (7-18), 4 p.m. Semifinals - Haven vs. Pratt-Russell winner, 5 p.m.; Ellsworth-Nlckerson winner vs. Beloit- Smoky Valley winner, 6 p.m. Championship - Semifinal winners, 7 p.m. MATCH RESULTS AT MARION Council Grove del. Marion, 15-10,11-15,15-3 Marlon def. Council Grove, 15-1215-10 Soccer College men TABOR 2, KANSAS WESLEYAN 1. Tabor 11—2 Kansas Wesleyan 01 — 1 Scoring First half — T:Lehn (King), 23rd. Second half—T: Nlklschin (unassisted), 71stKW: Dlbblnl (Chaney), 85th. Goalkeepers — T: Flaming (10 saves); KW: Stranathan (3 saves). Shots on goal —T 6, KW 15. College women KANSAS WESLEYAN 2, TABOR 0 Tabor 00 — 0 Kansas Wesleyan 02 — 2 Scoring Second half—KW: Robinson (Marrow), 52nd; KW, Neyer (unassisted), 66th. Goalkeepers — T: Kramer, Thlessen (5 saves); KW: Grlmos (2 saves). Shots on goal —T 2, KW 10. General Boxing Fight schedule Oct. 25 At Casino Magic (ESPN2), Bay St. Louis, Miss., James "Buddy" McGIrt, Brenlwood, N.Y., vs. Kevin Tlllman, Philadlephla, 10, middleweights. At Buenos Aires, Argentina, Marcelo Dominguez, Argentina, vs. Ezequlel Palxao, Brazil, 12, lor Dominguez' WBC cruiserwelght title. Oct. 26 At San Remo, Italy, Gary Murray, South Africa, vs, Alessandro Duran, Italy, 12, for Murray's WBU welterweight title. Oct. 28 At the Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, Vines Phillips, Las Vegas, vs. Victor Perez, Puerto Rico, 10, welterweights; Bollllo Gonzalez, Mexico, vs. Mark Lewis, Mlra Loma, Calil., 10, Junior welterweights; Goyo Vargas, Mexico, vs. Steve Qulnonez, Jr., Desert Hot Springs, 10, Junior welterweights. Oct. 29 Al Harrah's Mardi Gras Casino, Tunica, Miss., Lou Del Valle, Long Island, N.Y., vs. Thomas Reid, Jackson, Tenn., 10, light heavyweights; Pedro Sanchez, Dominican Republic, vs. Roma- Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Named Mike Port vice president of baseball operations and Lenny Sire- iilz assistant to the scouting director. National League COLORADO ROCKIES—Named Dan Gladden advance scout and Greg Gross minor- league hitting instructor. MONTREAL EXPOS-Slgned 1B Paval Bud- sky. NEW YORK METS—Agreed to terms with OF Bernard Gilkey on a four-year contract. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Agreed to terms with INF Archl Clanfrocco on a one-year deal. " BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHARLOTTE HORNETS—Waived F Bob Me- Cann. FOOTBALL National Football League NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Claimed OT Dave Richards oil waivers from Ihe Atlanta Falcons. Waived OT Lany Tharpe. HOCKEY National Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS-Recalled D Nolan Pratt Irom Springfield ol the AHL, LOS ANGELES KINGS—Assigned D Akl Berg to Phoenix ol the IHL NEW YORK ISLANDERS-Asslgned LW Mike Donnelly and C Dave Archibald to Utah of the IHL Recalled C Claude Lapointe and D Doug Houda from Utah. Assigned D Corey Foster lo Cleveland of Ihe IHL VANCOUVER CANUCKS-Recalled D Mark Wotton from Syracuse of the AHL. Placed D Dana Murzyn on Injured reserve. COLLEGE BOISE STATE—Dismissed DT Slone Fitila Irom the football team for the rest of the season for breaking team rules. FRESNO STATE—Announced Ihe retirement of Jim Sweeney, football coach, effective at the end of the season, KANSAS—Suspended RB June Henley Irom Ihe football team Indefinitely after a drunken driving arrest. Here are the weekly football game predictions from the Salina Journal sports staff and Salina KSAL (1150-AM) sports director Bruce Steinbrock. SAUNA JOURNAL SPORTS STAFF KSAL BECHARD DAVIDSON GREEN HOSTETTER MORITZ PALENSKE STEINBROCK Miami at West Virginia Virginia at Florid West Virginia Florida State West Virginia Florida State West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia Florida State West Virginia Oklahoma at Kansas State Kansas at Nebraska Florida State Kansas State Nebraska Florida State Kansas State Nebraska Florida State Florida State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Ke : State Nebraska Oklahoma State at Missouri Missouri Ohio State at Iowa Ohio State Nebraska Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Nebraska Nebraski Nebrask) Missouri Ohio State Missouri Ohio State Missouri Texas Tech at Texas A&M Texas A&M Ohio State Oklah State Texas A&M Ohio State Texas Tech Ohio State Texas Tech Ohio State Iowa State at Baylor Baylor Texas A&M Baylor Texas A&M Baylor Texas A&M Texas at Colorado Colorado Baylor Colorado Baylor Colorado Baylor Iowa State Kansas City at Denver Last week Denver 8-2 (.800) Colorado Colorado Denver Denver Colorado Denver Denver Denver Colorado Kansas City 6-4 (.600) 5-5 (.500) Season's standings 56-24 (.700) 6-4 (.600) 56-24 (.700) 53-27 (.663) 8-2 (.800) 6-4 (.600) 57-23 (.713) 51-29 (.638) 9-1 (.900) 5921 (.738) SPORTS DIGEST Baseball ATLANTA — Ratings for Game 4 of the World Series were 10 percent below last year and the four-game average is baseball's second-lowest ; ever. The New York Yankees' 8-6 victory over At-; lanta in 10 innings Wednesday night got a 17.9 rating and 32 share on Fox, Nielsen Media Research i reported Thursday. That was up from the 17.5 rat* ing for Game 3, but well below the 20.0 for Game 4 of last year's Series between Atlanta and Cleve- ; land. . ; NEW YORK — Bernard Gilkey, who had a career season in 1996, agreed on a four-year guaranteed contract plus an option year with the New ; York Mets on Thursday. This year was Gilkey's ; first with the Mets after being signed as a free ; agent. He batted .317 with 44 doubles, three triples, 30 home runs, 117 RBI and 17 stolen bases! Cycling INDIANAPOLIS — World cycling star Lance ! Armstrong, who announced two weeks ago that j he is battling testicular cancer, underwent ; surgery to remove two small cancerous lesions on his brain. The lesions were discovered during tests performed last week in Austin, Texas, said ! the American rider's agent, Bill Stapleton. "This ; is a normal progression for testicular cancer," ; Stapleton said, following Thursday's surgery. "It j goes from the testes to the abdomen, to the lungs,' then to the brain. It's still testicular cancer, even! though it's located in other places." Armstrong, ; the country's top road-racing cyclist, announced ; on Oct. 8 that he had undergone surgery to have a cancerous testicle removed. The cancer had '. spread to his stomach and lungs, said Armstrong,' who added that he wants his battle to be public to; raise awareness about testicular cancer. Golf TULSA, Okla, — Almost everything in Thurs- ' day's first round of the Tour Championship un- '< folded with an awkward sense of anticipation as ' edgy players and anxious fans glanced over their! shoulders and asked: "Where's Tiger?" Vrjay ; Singh and British Open champion Tom Lehman ' shared the lead at 4-under-par 66 on a warm, '' breezy day at Southern Hills Country Club, one i stroke ahead of U.S. Open champion Steve Jones i and Phil Mickelson, the No. 1 player on the mon- J ey list, and two better than Brad Faxon and Fred ' . Couples. ', Soccer CHICAGO — World Cup veterans Alexi Lalas, : Tab Ramos, John Harkes and Eric Wynalda were! among 24 players selected on Thursday to the preliminary national squad for qualifying games for the 1998 tournament. Coach Steve Sampson took 18 players who performed in the first season of Major League Soccer, which ended last week. They include such newcomers to the U.S. team as Eddie Pope, Preki, Greg Vanney and Martin Vazquez. Preki, who was born in Yugoslavia, has applied for American citizenship and a decision is expected in the next few days. Cobi Jones has made 77 international appearances, tops on the team, followed by Wynalda with 74. Tennis STUTTGART, Germany — Pete Sampras coast ed to a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Felix Mantilla in the£ Eurocard Open on Thursday and into a quarterft nal meeting with Andre Agassi. Agassi whipped., fellow Davis Cup player Richey Reneberg 6-4, 6- % 2? in just 59 minutes. He has lost his last two matches against Sampras — they last played at San ' Jose, Calif., and now holds a 10-8 edge in careei* 1 ^ meetings. The two will be meeting for the first : "' time since mid-February. '"' NEW YORK — Her voice choked with emoticm, Gabriela Sabatini retired from tennis Thursday, : intent on spending more time with family and • ' l friends and leaving behind a productive but -'' : slightly unfulfilled career. "I don't want this to-be a sad moment, but it will be because you won't'be watching me play tennis anymore," she said afa-' news conference in Madison Square Garden, tHfe- scene of two of her biggest victories. "But this decision makes me happy. This is what I want. I'lf- miss some parts of tennis, like all the friends I've made, but I will have more time to do the things I want." At 26, it would appear Sabatini is leaving,the sport prematurely. She didn't agree. "This " ' was the right time," she said. "I've been thinking about this decision for about five months. I didnH want to say anything until I was sure this is wh'al I wanted. Now, I'll be able to do things I couldn't do while I was playing." ' Track and field INDIANAPOLIS — "Tarzan" is in. Pqle vaulter Don Bragg, nicknamed "Tarzan" because of his-, ^ size and strength, and three others were elected into the Track and Field Hall of Fame Thursday;-, Along with Bragg, the electees were shot puttee•> Dallas Long, and coaches Vern Wolfe and Cleve Abbott. Pole vaulter Earle Meadows, who finished last in the balloting by Hall of Fame members, officials, athletes and members of the Track and," i Field Writers of America, also will enter the Hall this year. He was selected by USA Track & Field's seniors sub-committee. The seniors sub-commit-.tee can add up to three members each year. On. . Oct. 8, the sub-committee chose steeplechaser Joe McCluskey and the late sprinter Walter Tewksbury. The seven additions bring the Hall of Fame membership to 168. • SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart ol America Sports Camps 913-827 6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913-882-7521 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 818 SM^nn Kansas City Royals ticket office '.'.'.'.'.':'.'.'. .80M7M357 Kansas State University ticket office anoST 2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fMng report) [ 913-628-8614 Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) .. , 9 3-826-7460 Sallna Parks & Recreation office 93-826-7434 Sallna Parks & Recreation Information 913 SJB 74M KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1150-AM) '..'.'.'.'. 800-608- 150 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913^99-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) 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