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B2 MONDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BOXING 11 p.m. — Boxing, Carlos Gonzalez vs. Mark Lewis; Vtnce' Phillips vs. Victor Perez; Goyo Vargas vs. Jesus Hernandez (Joined In progress), ,- PRIME, cable 37. FOOTBALL . 8 p.m. — NFL Football, Chicago at Minnesota, ABC, cable 9,10. *i. HOCKEY „', 8 p.m. - NHL Hockey, Washington at Colp.' orado, PRIME, cable 37. »m SOCCER J*' 8:30 p,m.— Soccer, English Premier Football J* League, Nottingham Forest at Everton, ESPN2, iT cable 39. RADIO FOOTBALL 5£ 7:45 p.m. - NFL Football, Chicago at Min- twrnesota, KSAL, 1150-AM. •*• GENERAL «•* 8:30 p.m. — Coors Light SportstalV Show, Football : NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pel PF PA Buffalo 5 3 0 .625 129 145 Indianapolis 5 3 0 .625 140 145 New England 530 .625 202 164 Miami 4 4 0 .500 178 150 NY Jets 1 8 0 .111 145 233 Central Pittsburgh 6 2 0 .750 164 120 Houston 530 .625 183 153 Baltimore 350 .375 196 232 Jacksonville 3 6 0 .333 172 181 Cincinnati 2 6 0 .250 156 181 West Denver Kansas City Oakland San Diego Seattle .875 223 134 .625 158 142 .500 179 148 .500 172 199 .375 141 200 1 Washington ^.Philadelphia • 'Dallas ("Arizona ( ;; NY Giants Green Bay Minnesota Detroit n ' Chicago .:., Tampa Bay - SanFrandsco " + Carolina : New Orleans SL Louis -.^•Atlanta c. _ NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF 7 1 2 3 5 0 620 530 350 350 Central 7 1 0 520 440 250 PA .875 192 115 .750 180 158 .625 165 117 .375 119 188 .375 124 154 7 0 West 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 6 .875 240 99 .714 127 116 .500 169 159 .286 104 152 .125 85 165 .750 193 115 .625 173 111 .250 121 180 .250 136 222 .000 140 227 Sunday's results J~ Philadelphia 20, Carolina 9 •" Washington31,Indianapolis 16 ,' ; Cincinnati 28, Jacksonville 21 NY Giants 35, Detroit 7 " - 1 Pittsburgh 20, Atlanta 17 Baltimore 37, St. Louis 31 (ot) San Francisco 10, Houston 9 Green Bay 13, Tampa Bay 7 Dallas 29, Miami 10 "•* Denver 34, Kansas City 7 ." NY Jets 31, Arizona 21 Seattle 32, San Diego 13 New England 28, Buffalo 25 Open date: New Orleans, Oakland Monday's game Chicago at Minnesota, 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3 : Arizona at NY Giants, Noon ' Carolina at Atlanta, Noon i,. Cincinnati at Baltimore, Noon Detroit at Green Bay, Noon Philadelphia at Dallas, Noon St. Louis at Pittsburgh, Noon San Diego at Indianapolis, Noon Tampa Bay at Chicago, Noon ^ : Kansas City at Minnesota, 3p.m. "- Houston at Seattle, 3 p.m. iiv - Miami at New England, 3 p.m. ,2' Washington at Buffalo, 3 p.m. n t . San Francisco at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Open date: Jacksonville, NY Jets Monday, Nov. 4 |j Denver at Oakland, 8 p.m. NFL summaries BRONCOS 34, CHIEFS 7 '' KC Den First downs 10 26 •Rushes-yards 12-24 43-213 Passing 208 266 Punt Returns 0-0 7-99 • Klckoff Returns 7-200- 2-48 - Interceptions ReL 2-3 2-0 i ..Comp-Att-Int 21-49-2 16-32-2 : • Sacked-Yards Lost 1-5 O-o " Punts 8-48.0 3-40.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1 -penalties-Yards 12-88 7-60 .time of Possession 25:59 34:01 ~f-' INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Kansas City, Allen 7-22, Bennett 1-2, McNair 1-2, Anders 3-(-2).' Denver, Davis 21-77, Hebron 7-73, Elway 8-62, Craver 3-4, Musgrave 4-(-3). PASSING—Kansas City, Bono 21-49-2-213. .;'' Denver. Elway 16-31-1-286, Musgrave 0-1-1-0. • RECEIVING-Kansas City, Cash 4-26, Penn 3-52, Vanover 3-40, Allen 3-29, Johnson 2-27, LaChapelle 2-15, Hughes 1-12, Horn 1-9, McNair 1-2, Bennett 1-1. Denver, Sharpe 6-99, Miller 348, R.Smtth 2-22, Craver 2-20, Sherrard ' '1-25, Davis 1-22, McCaffrey 1-10. ". MISSED FIELD GOALS—Denver, Bam 47 '.' '(WR). Kansas City, Stoyanovich 54 (WR). ,,' SCORING SUMMARY - Kansas City 7000—7 -•' Denver 17 7 7 3-34 w First Quarter Den—Sharpe 46 pass from Elway (Elam kick), 5:24. Den—FG Elam 40, 9:03. KC—Vanover 97 ktekoff return (Stoyanovich ;"' kick), 9:22. ' Den—Sharpe 10 pass from Elway (Elam kick), ',', 12:11. Second Quarter Den—Sherrard 25 pass from Elway (Elam kick), 14:14. Third Quarter ..-, ben—Craver 1 run (Elam kick), 12:51. Fourth Quarter * Deri—FG Elam 29,5:02. A—75,652. ; . RAVENS 37, RAMS 31 (ot) '- • SO. Bal {' First downs 26 25 ... Rushes-yards 48-165 17-74 Passing 321 404 Punt Returns 2-43 2-20 • Kickoff Returns 6-108 6-117 " Interceptions Ret. 2-47 2-11 Comp-Att-Int . 26-40-2 31-51-2 11, Sacked-Yards Lost 6-32 3-25 Punts 5-43.2 6-47.7 '••'•Fumbles-Lost 4-2 2-2 : Penalties-Yards 14-104 8-51 Time of Possession 45:43 29:07 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS •' : RUSHING—SI. Louis, Phillips 31 -83, Banks 850, Green 6-32, Martin 1-0. Baltimore, Morris 6'•' 56, Byner 11-18. PASSING—St. Louis, Banks 26-40-2-353 «' Baltimore, Testaverde 31-51-2-429. RECEIVING—St. Louis, Bruce 11 -229, Kennl- '' son 4-49, Green 4-31, Thomas 2-15, Ross 2-14 Clay 2-8, Conwell 1-7. Baltimore, Jackson 7~ 113, Turner 6-108, Byner 6-96. Alexander 4-64 '. Klnchen 4-36, Green 3-10, Morris 1-3. ':' MISSED FIELD GOALS—Baltimore, Stover " ,43(WL),32(WL). SCORING SUMMARY " SL Louis 76711 0—31 -.BiWniois 0 8 11 14 »-37 First Quarter SI—Bruce 6 pass from Banks (Lohmllle kick). 12:19. Second Quarter StL—FG Lohmlller 50,2:44. SI—FQ Lohmlller 36,10:06. . Bal—Turner 27 pass from Testaverde (kick (ailed), 13:41. Third Quarter Stt-tyght 26 interception return (Lohmllle 'kick), 4:28. Bal—FQ Stover 50,5:47. BaMilorts 3 run (Alexander past from Tes- taverde),9:41. Fourth Quarter SIL-FG Lohmlller 36, :05. Bal-Alexander 13 paw from Testaverde (Stover kick), :43. Bui-Moms 10 run (Stover kick), 8:24. StL—Green 1 run (Green run), 11:53. f Overtime Bal—Jackson 22 pass from Teslaverde, 4:50. A—80,256. BENGALS 28, JAGUARS 21 J« Cln Irst downs 19 18 Rushes-yards 28-149 31-80 Passing 169 207 Punt Returns 5-41 2-8 <k*off Returns 4-75 3-57 ntercepttons Ret. 0-0 2-0 Comp-Att-Int 18-31-2 20-31-0 lacked-Yards Lost 4-28 5-42 Punts 7-43.6 6-47.7 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 0-0 'enaltJes-Yards 8-48 5-33 Time ol Possession 28:24 31:36 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Jarksonvllle, Stewart 14-80, Brunei! 7-45, Means 7-24. Cincinnati, K.Carter 8-27, Hearst 8-18, Blake 4-14, Blenlemy 5-8, Wllhelm 3-(-2), Cothran 2-0, Scott 1-(-5). PASSING—Jacksonville, Brunei! 18-31-2-215. Cincinnati. Blake 19-30-0-244, Wllhelm 0-1-0-5. RECEIVING-^lacksonvillo, McCardell 5-52, Rlson 3-74, J.Smlth 3-47, Stewart 2-5, Brown 112, Means 1-11, Mitchell 1-7, Hallock 1-5, W.Jackson 1-2. Cincinnati, Ptekens 6-51, Ble- nlemy 6-47, Dunn 3-66, Scott 2-51. McGee 118, Battaglia 1-8, K.Carter 1-8. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. SCORING SUMMARY Jacksonville 077 7—21 Cincinnati 070 21-28 Second Quarter Jax—Brunell 14 run (Hollls kick), 2:21. Cln—Ptekens 11 pass from Blake (Pelfrey kick), 7:06. Third Quarter . Jax—Means 8 pass from Brunell (Hollls kick), 12:19. Fourth Quarter Cln—Ptekens 10 pass from Blake (Pelfrey kick), :06. Cln—K.Carter 1 run (Petfrey kick), 8:50. Cin—K.Carter 4 run (Petfrey ktek), 11:28. Jax—J.Smith 11 pass from Brunell (Hollls kick), 13:25. A—45,890. COWBOYS 29, DOLPHINS 10 Dsl Mia First downs 27 10 Rushes-yards 36-123 1348 Passing '359 173 Punt Returns 5-54 1-5 Ktekotf Returns 2-40 6-161 Interceptions Ret. 1-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 33-41-0 12-27-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-4 0-0 Punts 4-43.0 5-54.4 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-2 Penalties-Yards 945 3-22 Time of Possession 41:58 18:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Dallas, E.Smilh 22-74, S.WIIIIams 848, Aikman 4-4, Johnston 1-1, Sanders 1-(-4). Miami, Abdul-Jabbar 7-29, McPhall 2-14, Spikes 34, Erickson 1-{-1). PASSING—Dallas. Aikman 33-41-0-363. Miami, Marino 12-27-1-173. RECEIVING-Dallas, Irvin 12-186, E.Smtth 744, Sanders 540, Bjomson 4-19, Johnston 228, Martin 2-23, Walker 1-3. Miami, McDutfie 332, R.Hill 2-46, Pritchett 2-24, Parmalee 2-23, McPhail 2-12, Jordan 1-36. MISSED FIELD GOALS—None. SCORING SUMMARY Dallas 3 6 13 7—29 Miami 0 10 0 0—10 First Quarter Dal—FGBoniol33,7:14. Second Quarter Dal—FG Boniol 29, :04. Mia—Pritchett 16 pass from Marino (Nedney kick), 4:28. Mia—FG Nedney 26,13:11. Dal—FG Boniol 24,15:00. Third Quarter Dal—Bjomson 4 pass from Aikman (Boniol kick), 5:34. Dal—Irvin 2 pass from Aikman (kicked failed), 10:20. Fourth Quarter Dal—E.Smlth 10 pass from Aikman (Boniol kick), 2:11. A—75,263. PACKERS 13, BUCS 7 TB GB First downs 14 24 Rushes-yards 26-57 37-129 Passing 139 169 Punt Returns 1-26 2-24 Ktekotl Returns 4-113 2-38 Interceptions Ret. 1-1 2-0 Comp-Att-Int 15-29-2 19-31-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 3-25 2-9 Punts 5-29.8 2-42.5 Fumbles-Lost 24 4-1 Penalties-Yards 6-45 4-20 Time of Possession 29:30 30:30 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Tampa Bay, Rhett 12-29, R.Brooks 7-14, Alstott 44, Dllfer 2-3, Ellison 13. Green Bay, Bennett 20-93, Levens 7-21, Henderson 3-13, Farve 7-2. PASSING—Tampa Bay, Dilfer 15-29-2-164. Green Bay, Favre 19-31-1-178. RECEIVING—Tampa Bay, Alstolt 4-34, K.Williams 3-38, Moore 2-28, Thomas 2-28, Hawkins 2-25, Harper 1-7, Ellison 1-1. Green Bay, Howard 5-30, Chmura 3-59, Beebe 3-23, Mayes 2-20, Levens 2-10, Bennett 2-7, Henderson 1-16, Jackson 1-13. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Tampa Bay, Husted 27 (WL). Green Bay, Jacke. 48 (WL). SCORING SUMMARY Tampa Bay 0007—7 Green Bay 3 10 0 0—13 First Quarter GB—FG Jacke 40,9:19. Second Quarter GB—Levens 1 run (Jacke kick), :52. GB—FG Jacke 48,14:01. Fourth Quarter TB—Moore 11 pass from Dilfer (Husted kick), 9:32. A-60,627. GIANTS 35, LIONS 7 NYG Det First downs 18 14 Rushes-yards 39-100 2047 Passing 235 165 Punt Returns 2-9 3-30 Klckoff Returns 342 5-158 Interceptions Ret. 5-125 1-(-2) Comp-Att-Int 16-28-1 20-47-5 Sacked-Yards Lost • 2-10 2-12 Punts 6-42.5 5-39.8 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 747 945 Time of Possession 35:39 24:21 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—New York, Hampton 27-76, Wheatley 5-18, Way 1-7, Brown 3-2, Kanell 3-(3). Detroit, Sanders 1647, Malkowskl 3-19, Mitchell 1-1. PASSING—New York, Brown 15-27-1-221, Wheatley 1-14-24. Detroit, Mitchell 9-19-3-71, Majkowskl 11-26-2-126. RECEIVING—New York, Lewis 5-76, Galloway 4-92, Way 3-22, Pierce 2-31, Hampton 224. Detroit, Pontman 648, Moore 449, Metze- laars 3-31, Sanders 3-20, Morton 2-9. MISSED FIELD GOALS—New York, Dalulso 43 (WL). SCORING SUMMARY NY Giants 2 23 0 10—35 Detroit 7000—7 First Quarter Det—Mitchell 1 run (Hanson ktek), 3:18. NYG—Safety, Woolen blocked punt out of end zone, 9:07. Se iond Quarter NYG—Caltoway 24 pass from Wheatley (run failed), 4:43. NYG—FG Dalulso 38,7:01. Drive: 4 plays, 1 yard, 1:23. NYG—Douglass 32 Interception return (Dalulso kick), 8:11. NYG—Lewis 23 pass from Brown (Dalulso kick), 9:37. Fourth Quarter NY—FG Dalulso 32,624. NY—Agnew 34 Interception return (Dalulso kick), 12:67. A—63,501. JETS 31, CARDINALS 21 NYJ Art First downs 27 19 Rushes-yards 38-208 21-107 Passing 246 246 Punt Returns 1-2 24 Klckoff Returns 4-59 4-156 Interceptions Ret. 14 2-23 Comp-Att-Int 22-31-2 17-32-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 14 1-9 Punts 244.0 441.3 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-76 6-108 Time of Possession 37:10 22:50 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-New York,Murrell 31-199, Cobb 2-5, Reich 3-3, Anderson 2-1. Arizona, Johnson 1245, Centers 64, Graham 14, McElroy 24. PASSING—New York, Reich 22-31-2-254. Arizona, Graham 17-32-1-265. RECEIVING-New York, Johnson 7-94, Chre- Today's schedule MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 VOLLEYBALL Tabor at Kansas Wesleyan, 6 p.m. Brown Mac We at Southeast Nebraska, 6 p.m. bet 5-46, Anderson 3-35, Graham 3-34, Baxter 1-18, Brady MB, Van Dyke 1-5, Murrell 1-4. Arizona, Moore 7-143, Centers 6-58, Edwards 224, Sanders 1 -19, Dowdell 1-11. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Arizona, Davis 28 (WL). 33 (WR). SCORING SUMMARY NY Jets 3 14 0 14—31 Arizona 0 0 14 7—21 First Quarter NYJ—FGLowery 37,12:13. Second Quarter NYJ—Johnson 34 pass from Reich (Lowery kick), :07. NYJ—Anderson 1 run (Lowery kick), 14:44. Third Quarter Art—Centers 1 pass from Graham (Davis kick), 7:25. Art—Centers 2 pass from Graham (Davis kick), 9:13. Fourth Quarter NYJ—Murrell 1 run (Lowery kick), 2:09. Art—Moore 6 pass from Graham (Davis kick), 3:13. NYJ-Cobb 2 rnn (Lowery kick), 10:05. A—28,088. EAQLES 20, PANTHERS 9 Car Phi First downs 10 16 Rushes-yards 26-61 27-30 Passing 239 329 Punt Returns 3-30 3-11 Klckoff Returns 5-149 1-20 Interceptions Ret. 1-10 04 Comp-Att-Int 16-34-0 23-38-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-9 2-13 Punts 7-38.9 9-42.6 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-39 7-73 Time of Possession 26:39 33:21 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Carolina, Johnson 18-45, Collins 4-18, Oliver 3-2, Griffith 1-(-2). Philadelphia, Walters 21-33, Detmer 4-1, Gamer 1-(-2), Turner 1-(-2). PASSING—Carolina, Collins 16-34-0-248. Philadelphia, Detmer 23-38-1-342. RECEIVING—Carolina, Carrier 542, Muhammad 3-45, Johnson 2-64, Griffith 2-28, Walls 218, Oliver 2-11. Philadelphia, Fryar 7-143, Jones 5-72, Dunn 3-26, Turner 3-14, Walters 2-9, West 1-29, J Johnson 1-26, Solomon 1-23. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Carolina, Kasay 51 (WR). SCORING SUMMARY Carolina 0360-9 Philadelphia 773 3—20 First Quarter Phi—Walters 3 run (Anderson kick), 9:39. Second Quarter Phi—Dunn 9 pass from Detmer (Anderson kick), 13:58. Car—FG Kasay 47,15:00. Third Quarter Phi—FG Anderson 46,5:31. Car—FG Kasay 39,8:06. Car—FG Kasay 29,11:24. Fourth Quarter Phl-FG Anderson 21,5:31. A—65,982. STEELERS 20, FALCONS 17 Pit All First downs 20 19 Rushes-yards 28-133 1647 Passing 178 234 Punt Returns 0-0 3-11 Klckoff Returns 3-76 4-80 Interceptions Ret. 1-23 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 23-29-0 24-36-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-49 04 Punts 4-50.3 4-50.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-50 6-59 Time of Possession 30:51 29:09 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Pittsburgh, Bettls 26-126, Witman 1-5, Pegram 1-2. Atlanta, J.Anderson 12-55, Heyward 3-10, Hebert 1-2. PASSING—Pittsburgh, Tomczak 22-27-0214, Stewart 1-2-0-13. Atlanta, Hebert 24-36-1234. RECEIVING—Pittsburgh, C.Johnson 8-110, Hasting 6-59, Lester 2-25, Bruener 2-22, Pegram 2-5, Bettls 2-2, Stewart 1-4. Atlanta, Math- Is 8-76, J.Anderson 5-53, Emanuel 4-54, Metcaif 3-21, Blrden 2-25, Heyward 1-4, Tobek 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS—None. SCORING SUMMARY Pittsburgh 3 0 14 3—20 Atlanta 730 7—17 First Quarter Pit—FGN.Johnson27,5:05. All—Tobeck 1 pass from Hebert (Andersen kick), 10:46. Second Quarter All—FG Andersen 41,14:11. Third Quarter Pit—Hastings 12 pass from Tomczak (N.John- son kick), 6:05. Pit—Bettis 1 run (N.Johnson kick), 12:57. Fourth Quarter All—Emanuel 4 pass from Hebert (Andersen kick), 9:05. Pit-FG NJohnson 20,15:00. A—58,760. 49ERS10, OILERS 9 SF Hou First downs 12 12 Rushes-yards 2843 27-107 Passing 175 77 Punt Returns 4-21 2-14 Klckoff Returns 4-78 2-24 Interceptions Ret. 14 04 Comp-Att-Int 20-324 12-27-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-10 3-25 Punts 6-40.8 5-44.2 Fumbles-Lost 14 2-1 Penalties-Yards 1040 6-40 Time of Possession 30:19 29:41 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—San Francisco, Brohm 9-35, Kirby 12-23, Lovllle 24, Rice 1-3, Lynn 14, Floyd 3-H). Houston, George 22-77, McNair 1-10, Harmon 1-7, R.Thomas 14, C.Chandler 1-4, Wycheck 1-3. PASSING—San Francisco, Young 1-1-0-9, Brohm 19-30-0-176, Klrby 0-144. Houston, C.Chandler 7-184-57, McNair 5-9-1-45. RECEIVING—San Francisco, Klrby 541, Rice 5-38, Owens 4-42, Floyd 4-31, Popson 1-9, Manuel 14. Houston, Russell 345, Wycheck 39, Harmon 2-31, Davis 2-9, C.Sanders 1-10, George 1-(minus 2). MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. SCORING SUMMARY San Francisco 300 7—10 Houston 0630—9 First Quarter SF—FGWIIkins27,B:33. Second Quarter Hou—FG Del Greco 38,9:31. Hou—FG Del Greco 66,14:33. Third Quarter Hou—FG Del Greco 39,10:22. Fourth Quarter SF—Owens 20 pass from Brohm (Wllklns kick), 10:33. A—53,664. SEAHAWKS 32, CHARGERS 13 SO Sea First downs 15 18 Rushes-yards 2149 34-208 Passing 253 196 Punt Returns 4-36 5-40 Klckoff Returns 8-206 3-74 Interceptions Ret. 04 4-78 Comp-Att-Int 21-43-4 16-334 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-38 2-10 Punts 6-50,2 7-36.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 7-51 7-52 Time of Possession 27:31 32:29 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—San Diego, Fletcher 8-36, Russell 10-33, Hayden 34. Seattle, Warren 19-146, Smith 11-64, Broussard 1-6, Galloway 1-4, Fretez2-(-2). PASSING—San Diego, Salisbury 21434291. Seattle, Frtesz 16-334-206. RECEIVING—San Diego, Jones 7-79, Fletcher 4-51, Martin 3-43, Still 244, Coleman 2-22, Russell 1-20, May 14, Pupunu 1-6. Seattle, Blades 4-66, Warren 4-40, Proehl 4-29, Strong 2-12, Prttchard 1-41, Galloway 1-16. MISSED FIELD GOALS—None. SCORING SUMMARY SantXego 330 7-13 BettU* 3 17 J »-32 First Quarter Sea-FG Peterson 33,3:45. 8D-FG C«m«y 41,8:00. Second Quarter SD-FG Carney 43,1:30. Sea—FQ Peterson 44,4:00. Sea—LSmlth 10 run (Peterson kick), 8:18. Sea—D.WIIIIams 79 Interception return (Peterson kick), 12:21. Third Quarter Sea—FG Peterson 47,10:43. Fourth Quarter Sea—FG Peterson 27,1:15. SD—C.Jones 27 pass from Salisbury (Carney kick), 2:24. Sea—Warren 37 run (run failed), 10:12. A—38,143. REDSKINS 21, COLTS 16 Ind Was First downs 18 25 Rushes-yards 24-100 37-215 sing 198 173 Punt Returns 04 2-79 Klckoff Returns 5-102 4-101 Interceptions Ret. 1-20 04 Comp-AtMnt 17-33-0 18-25-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-0 1-5 Punts 3-51.0 2-39.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-45 6-53 Time of Possession 27:59 , 32:01 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Indianapolis, Faulk 13-53, Harbaugh 5-28, Warren 5-23, Harrison 1-(-4). Washington, Allen 22-124, Logan 543, Davis 425, Mitchell 3-22, Frerotte 3-1. PASSING-ilndlanapolls, Harbaugh 17-334198. Washington, Frerotte 18-25-1-178. RECEIVING—Indianapolis, Dawklns 5-61, Faulk 4-39, Dllger 3-58, Harrison 2-18, Stock 113, Warren 14, Groce 1-1. Washington, Shop- hard 4-34, Ellard 3-55, Logan 3-30, Mitchell 326, Westbrook 2-21, Asher 1-8, Allen 1-7, Galbralth 1-(-3). MISSED FIELD GOALS-lndianapolis, Blanchard 42 (WL). . SCORING SUMMARY Indianapolis 0 13 3 0-16 Washington 10 7 7 7—31 First Quarter Was—FG Blanton 20,6:17. Was—Allen 4 run (Blanton kick), 11:59. Second Quarter Ind—FG Blanchard 21,5:18. Was—Shepherd 7 pass from Frerotte (Blanton kick), 10:03. Ind—Faulk 1 run (Blanchard kick), 13:03. Ind-FG Blanchard 49,15:00. Third Quarter Was—Allen 1 run (Blanton kick), 12:19. Ind—FG Blanchard 51,14:57. Fourth Quarter Was-Allen 32 run (Blanton kick), 4:37. A—54,254, PATRIOTS 28, BILLS 25 But NE First downs 18 23 Rushes-yards 32-141 28-59 Passing 196 358 Punt Returns 2-5 4-14 Klckoff Returns 5-108 541 Interceptions Ret. 04 1-46 Comp-Att-Int 15-32-1 32-454 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-8 2-15 Punts 7-43.7 4-50.3 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 • Penalties-Yards 947 943 Time of Possession 26:53 33:07 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Buffalo, Thomas 26-119, Kelly 112, Holmes 3-6, Tlndale 1-4, Tasker 14. New England, Martin 21-54, Meggett 44, Bledsoe 3- (mlnus-1). PASSING—Buffalo, Kelly 15-32-1-204. New England, Bledsoe 32-454-373. RECEIVING—Buffalo, (.Johnson 6-47, Reed 4-121, Early 3-32, Holmes 14, Cline 1-(minus- 2). New'England, Byars 7-52, Martin 5-21, Jefferson 4-95, Glenn 445, Coates 4-40, Gash 431, Brown 3-43, Meggett 1-26. MISSED FIELD GOALS—New England, Vlnatieri 54 (WL). SCORING SUMMARY Buffalo' 0 0 10 15—25 New England 762 13—28 First Quarter NE—Martin 4 pass from Bledsoe (Vlnatlert kick), 13:43. Second Quarter NE—FGVinatleri40,5:01. NE—FG Vlnatieri 32,15:00. Third Quarter Buf—FG Christie 33,6:40. But—Holmes 6 pass from Kelly (Christie kick), 11:09. NE—Safety, Kelly called tor Intentional grounding In end zone, 13:08. Fourth Quarter Buf—Thomas 1 run (Holmes run), 7:10. NE—Martin 10 run (kick failed), 13:35. NE—McGlnest 46 Interception return (Vinatieri kick), 14:19. Bui—Reed 48 pass from Kelly (Christie kick), 14:36. A—58,858. Coaches poll The Top Twenty Five teams In USA Today- CNN college football poll, with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Oct. 27, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and last week's ranking: Record Pts Pvs I.Florida (53) 74 1,541 1 2. Florida State (5) 64 1,457 2 3. Ohio State (4) 74 1,455 3 4. Arizona Stale 84 1,344 4 5. Nebraska 6-1 1,308 5 6. Tennessee 5-1 1,242 7 7. Colorado 6-1 1,144 8 8. North Carolina 6-1 1,053 9 9. Michigan 6-1 1,001 10 10. Northwestern 7-1 913 12 11. Alabama 7-1 912 6 12. Kansas State 7-1 805 14 13. Louisiana State 6-1 743 15 14. Brigham Young 8-1 733 16 15. Penn State 7-2 585 17 16. Wyoming 84 566 18 17. West Virginia 7-1 533 11 18. Virginia 5-2 504 13 19. Utah 7-1 379 22 20. Virginia Tech 5-1 375 21 21. Notre Dame 4-2 350 20 22. Miami, Fla. 5-2 276 23 23. Washington 5-2 226 24 24. Southern Mississippi 7-1 140 — 25. Auburn 5-2 113 — Others receiving votes: Iowa 103, Syracuse 103, Army 93, Air Force 48, Georgia Tech 22, Navy 22, California 20, East Carolina 19, Texas Tech 9, Southern California 5, Clemson 4, Washington State 4, Michigan Stale 1. College scores EAST Brown 27, Penn 21 Bucknell 38, Holy Cross 7 Colgate 40, Lafayette 9 Columbia 13, Yale 10 Dartmouth 38, Cornell 21 Delaware 27, James Madison 13 Harvard 24, Princeton 0 Miami 10, West Virginia 7 New Hampshire 40, Massachusetts 7 Rhode Island 38, Boston U. 7 Rutgers 28, Temple 17 Syracuse 45, Boston College 17 SOUTH Cincinnati 10, Louisville 7 Citadel 35, Georgia Southern 20 E. Illinois 35, Tennessee Tech 27 E. Kentucky 45, Tenn.-Martln 7 E. Tennessee St. 21, Furman 19 Florida St. 31, Virginia 24 Georgia Tech 27, Cent Florida 20 Jackson St. 52, Grambilng St. 0 Kentucky 24, Georgia 17 LSU 28, Mississippi St. 20 Liberty 36, Charleston Southern 7 Louisiana Tech 36, Ala.-BMngham 31 Marshall 24, Appalachian St. 10 Maryland 22, Duke 19 Mississippi 38, Arkansas St. 21 Navy 47, Wake Forest 16 SW Louisiana 13, Memphis 9 South Carolina 27, Vanderbilt 0 Southern Miss. 31, Tulane 28 Southern U. 21, Ateom.St. 14 Tennessee 20, Alabama 13 Tennessee St. 38, Austin Peay 14 Tn.-Chatlanooga 20, W. Carolina 6 Troy St. 31, Jacksonville St. 21 Villanova 20, Richmond 3 Virginia Tech 34, Pittsburgh 17 W.Kentucky 27, Indiana St. 20 William & Mary 21, Northeastern 14 MIDWEST Akron 34. N. Illinois 17 Army 27, Miami, Ohk) 7 Ball SI. 24, Cent. Michigan 17 Butler 34, San Diego 3 Dayton 19, Drake 16 E.Michigan 51, Kent 10 Kansas St. 42, Oklahoma 35 Michigan 44, Minnesota 10 Michigan St. 30, Wisconsin 13 Missouri 35, Oklahoma St. 28 (ol) N. Iowa 33, S. Illinois 7 Nebraska 63. Kansas 7 Northwestern 27, Illinois 24 Ohio St. 38. Iowa 26 Ohio U. 38, Bowling Green 0 Penn St. 48. Indiana 26 SE Missouri 16, Middle Tenn. 13 SW Missouri St. 24. Illinois St. 13 Toledo 10, W. Michigan 7 (ol) W. Illinois 51, CalPoly-SL010 Youngstown St. 24, NW Louisiana 14 SOUTHWEST Baylor 49, Iowa St. 21 Brigham Young 45, Texas Christian 21 Miss. Valley St. 23, Texas Southern 17 Nevada 40, North Texas 13 Nicholls SI. 49, SW Texas St. 36 (Sol) North Carolina 42, Houston 14 Rice 48, Texas-El Paso 21 Sam Houston St. 30, McNeese St. 25 Southern Meth. 52, New Mexico 31 Stephen F.Austin 43, Samford 14 Texas Tech 13, Texas A&M 10 FAR WEST Air Force 34, Hawaii 7 Arizona 33, Oregon St. 7 Arizona St. 41, Stanford 9 CS Northrtdge 52, Sacramento St. 17 Colorado 28, Texas 24 Colorado St. 27, San Diego SI. 18 E.Washington 31, Idaho St. 17 Fresno SI. 34, UNLV 23 Montana 48, N. Arizona 32 Montana St. 24, Portland SI. 6 New Mexico St. 52, S. Utah 21 Southern Cal 29, Washington St. 24 UC Davis 31, SI. Mary's, Cal. 10 UCLA 38, California 29 Utah45,Tulsa19 Utah St. 35, Idaho 28 Washington 33, Oregon 14 Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Games W L W L Colorado 40 61 Nebraska 40 61 Kansas State 41 71 Kansas 13 34 Missouri 13 34 Iowa Stale 13 25 South Division Conference All Games W L W L Texas Tech 42.53 Texas 22 34 Oklahoma 22 25 Baylor 13 4' 3 Texas A&M 13 35 Oklahoma State 14 44 '• Saturday's results Texas Tech 13, Texas A&M 10; Baylor 49, Iowa State 21; Kansas Stale 42, Oklahoma 35; Missouri 35, Oklahoma State 28 (ot); Colorado 28, Texas 24; Nebraska 63, Kansas 7. Next week's games Nebraska at Oklahoma, 11 a.m.; Kansas at Iowa State, 1 p.m.; Colorado at Missouri, 1 p.m.; Texas A&M at Oklahoma State, 2 p.m.; Baylor at Texas, 2:30 p.m. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Bethany 50 51 Bethel 51 52 Southwestern 41 42 Friends 32 34 Kansas Wesleyan 32 34 McPherson 24 25 Sterling 1 4 16 Ottawa 15 16 Tabor 05 07 Saturday's results Bethany 55, Friends 21; McPherson 47, Tabor 7; Kansas Wesleyan 15, Ottawa 10; Bethel 24, Southwestern 21; Concordia, Neb. 14, Sterling 10. .Next week's games Bethany at Southwestern, 1:30 p.m.; Bethel at Tabor, 1:30 p.m.; Kansas Wesleyan at McPherson, 1:30 p.m.; Storting at Friends, 1:30 p.m. RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Chadron Stale 50 80 Nebraska-Kearney 41 44 Fort Lewis 32 43 Western State 32 35 New Mexico Highlands 33 53 Fort Hays State 23 43 Mesa State 24 26 Adams State 14 35 Colorado Mines 15 26 Saturday's results New Mexico Highlands 22, Fort Hays State 19; Western State 24, Colorado Mines 0; Wayne State, Neb. 43, Nebraska-Kearney 14; Chadron State 18, Adams State 3; Fort Lewis 18, Mesa State 14. Next week's gamee Chadron State at Fort Hays State, 1 p.m.; Western State at Nebraska-Kearney, 1 p.m.; Adams State at Fort Lewis, 2 p.m.; Mesa Slate at New Mexico Highlands, 2 p.m.; Colorado Mines at Humboldl State, Calif., 8 p.m. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All dames W L W L Northwest Missouri 60 80 Plttsburg State 51 52 Missouri Southern 42 52 Washbum 42 43 Emporia State 42 44 Truman State 42 44 Missouri Western 24 44 Central Missouri 15 35 Mlssouri-Rolla 06 26 Southwest Baptist 06 07 Saturday's results Pittsburg State 63, Emporia State 7; Washbum 24, Southwest Baptist 20; Truman State 33, Missouri Western 7; Central Missouri 20, Mlssouri- Rolla 7; Northwest Missouri 35, Missouri South- em 34. Next week's games Emporia State at Northwest Missouri, 1 p.m.; Missouri Southern at Truman Slate, 1 p.m.; Missouri Western at Central Missouri, 1 p.m.; Mls- souri-Rolla at Southwest Baptist, 1 p.m.; Washbum at Pittsburg State, 1 p.m. HOA standings' HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Evangel 60 60 Graceland 60 61 Benedictine 51 61 Baker 42 43 MldAmerica Nazarene 33 43 Llndenwood 25 35 Culver-Stockton 25 25 Central Methodist 15 25 William Jewell 15 25 Missouri Valley 15 16 Saturday's results Evangel 46, Baker 17; William Jewell 27, Central Methodist 6; Graceland 54, Culver- Stockton 22; Llndenwood 25, MldAmerica Nazarene 23; Benedictine 24, Missouri Valley 8. Next week's games Culver-Stockton at Central Methodist, 1 p.m.; Benedictine at Baker, 1:30 p.m.; MldAmerica Nazarene at Missouri Valley, 1:30 p.m.; Lindenwood at William Jewell, 1:30 p.m.; Evangel at Graceland, 1:30 p.m. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Garnet W L W L Garden City 61 61 Coffeyvllle 61 71 Butler County 52 72 Hulchlnson 52 72 Fort Scott 34 36 Independence 25 36 Highland 16 27 Dodge City 07 09 Sunday't results KJCCC playoffs Hutchlnson 38, Fort Scott 7; Butler County 40, Independence 0; Garden City 64, Dodge City 0; Coffeyvllle 40, Highland 7. Next week's game* Sunday KJCCC semifinals Hulchlnson at Garden City, 1:30 p.m.; Butler County at Cofleyvllle, 1:30 p.m. Hockey NHL scores Sunday's results San Jose 6, Chicago 2 NY Rangers 6, Buffalo 4 Florida 3, Philadelphia 2 Calgary 4, Anaheim 1 Basketball NBA exhibition Sunday's results Vancouver 80, ToroWo 77 Utah 111, Phoenix 105 Indiana 102, San Antonio 80 Boston 109, Washington 103 Dallas 88, Cleveland 87 Detroit 101, Denver 94 Seattle vs. Portland at Corvallis, Ore., (n) Auto racing NASCAR results PHOENIX (AP) — Results of Sunday's Dura- Lube 500 NASCAR Winston Cup stock car race at Phoenix International Raceway, with starting position In parentheses, driver, hometown, type of car laps completed, reason out, If any, money won and winner's average speed In mph: 1. (17) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pon- tlac Grand Prix, 312, $95,550,109.709 (breaks race record of 107.463 In 1994 by Terry Labonte). 2. (6) Mark Martin, Batesvllle, Ark., Ford Thun. derbird, 312, $59,795. 3. (30) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christi, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 312, $61,590. 4. (25) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, WIs., Ford Thunderblrd, 312, $35,153. 5. (19) Jeff Gordon, Vallejo, Calif., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 312, $45,065.' 6. (28) Geoff Bodlne, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderblrd, 312, $30,555. 7. (12) Emle Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Ford Thunderbird, 312, $31,555. 8. (5) Dale Jarratt, Hickory, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, 312, $22,055. 9. (1) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 312, $34,555. 10. (18) Darrell Wallrlp, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 312, $27,155. 11. (13) Todd Bodlne, Chemung, N.Y., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 312, $23,955. 12. (24) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolls, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 312, $29,055. 13. (2) Mike Skinner, Susanville, Calif., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 311, $12,255. 14. (3) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford Thunderblrd, 311, $26,855. 15. (20) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Brunswick, N.J., FordThunderbird, 311, $22,355. 16. (31) Michael Wallrlp, Owensboro, Ky., FordThunderbird, 311, $22,055. 17. (26) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Ford Thunderblrd, 311, $14,855. 18. (37) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford Thunderblrd, 311, $22,330. 19. (14) John Andrettl, Indianapolis, Ford Thunderblrd, 310, $14,330. 20. (29) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, WIs., FordThunderbird, 310, $15,745. 21. (11) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford Thunderblrd, 310, $20,820. 22. (41) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pon- tlac Grand Prix, 310, $25,195. 23. (34) Jack Sprague, Spring Lake, Mich., Pontlac Grand Prix, 310, $10,170. 24. (38) Dave Marcls, Wausau, WIs., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 309, $13,620. 25. (16) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 309, $20,695. 26. (35) Brett Bodlne, Chemung, N.Y., Ford Thunderblrd, 309, $20,370. 27. (15) Sterling Martin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 308, $26,645. 28. (33) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford Thunderblrd, 308, $20,220. 29. (22) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontlac Grand Prix, 307, oil leak, $20,095. 30. (40) Hut Strlcklin, Calera, Ala., Ford Thunderbird, 307, $12,970. 31. (21) Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va.; Ford Thunderblrd, 304, $12,945. 32. (23) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., Pontiac Grand Prix, 304, $19,170. 33. (43) Lance Hooper, Palmdale, Calif., Pontiac Grand Prix, 302, $9,645. 34. (39) Ricky Craven, Bangor, Maine, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 296, $16,620. 35. (4) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 288, rear end, $16,790. 36. (36) Robert Presslay, Ashevllle, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 257, engine failure, $16,565. 37. (7) Kenny Wallace, SL Louis, Ford Thun- derblrd, 254, engine failure, $9,525. 38. (8) Rick Mast, Lexington, Va., Pontlac Grand Prix, 198, engine failure, $18,465. 39. (42) Bobby Hlllin Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford Thunderblrd, 153, crash, $9,465. NHRA results POMONA, Calif. (AP) — Final round results for the 32nd annual NHRA Winston Select Finals, the final of 19 events In the $27-mlllion NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series at Pomona Raceway: Top Fuel—Joe Amato, Old Forge, Pa., 4.664 seconds, 312.93 mph del. Scott Kalilta, Chelsea, Mich., 4.698,304.36 Funny Car—John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Pontiac Firebird, 15.074, 76.42 def. Tony Pedregon, Firebird, broke. Pro Stock—Mike Edwards, Broken Arrow, Okla., Oldsmoblle Cutlass, 7.010, 197.19 del. Rlckle Smith, King, N.C., Firebird, 7.012,196.97. Volleyball State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Player of the week Karl Stucky ol Bethel, a junior hitter from Moundrldge Is the KCAC player of the week with Marsha Emmot of Kansas Wesleyan. Gray had 46 kills, 1 block, 26 digs In the Threshers win over Ottawa and losses to Kansas Wesleyan and Rockhurst, Mo. High school SUB-STATE TOURNAMENTS Saturday's matchee CLASS 4A At Hugoton First round - Colby def. TMP-Marian, 15-5, 16-14; Goodland def. Larned, 15-3, 15-2; Ulysses def. Scott City, 15-13, 15-2; Hugolon, bye. Semifinals - Hugoton def. Colby, 154,2-15, 15-10; Goodland def. Ulysses, 8-15,15-11,157. Championship-Goodland def. Hugolon, 1513,16-7. CLASS 3A At Norton Semifinals - Oakley del. Oberiln, 154,15-13; Smith Center def. Norton, 15-10,14-18,16-14. Championship - Smith Center def. Oakley, 15-3,15-5. CLASS 2A At Lincoln First round — Goessel def. Canton-Galva, 11-16,15-3,15-2; Moundridge del. Osborne, 1513,15-11; Salina Sacred Heart def. Lincoln, 1512,154; Peabodydef. Ell-Saline, 15-10,16-14. Semifinals — Goessel del. Moundridge, 1512, 12-15, 15-7; Peabody def. Salina Sacred Heart, 11-15,16-14,15-13. Championship — Goessel del. Peabody, 1511,154. Soccer State college KANSAS CONFERENCE Player* of the week MEN Brian Haberiy of Friends, a sophomore goalie from Wichita, Is the KCAC defensive player of the week. Haberiy had 18 saves In a Falcons win over Bethany and five saves In a loss to Ottawa. An offensive player of the week was not selected. WOMEN Michelle Schaul of Bethel, a sophomore from Wichita, is the KCAC offensive player of the week. Schaul scored two goals in Thresher wins over Bethany and McPherson. Julie Bain-Young of Bethel, a junior fullback from Boulder, Colo., Is the KCAC defensive player ol the week. Bain-Young was the key defender In Thresher wins over Bethany and McPherson. SPORTS DIGEST The Associated Press Boris Becker raises his arms in triumph after defeating Pete Sampras in the finals of the Eu- rocard Open tennis tournament Sunday. Becker beats Sampras By The Associated Press STUTTGART, Germany — Buoyed by a roar'- ing home crowd and pelting his opponent with 29 aces, Boris Becker rallied from a set down Sunday to beat Pete Sampras in five sets and win the Eurocard Open. Becker was at his best on the indoor court, posting a 3-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory and ending the 21-match winning streak of the world's No. 1 player, the longest such streak this year. "He's to Germany what Michael Jordan is to the United States," Sampras said. "There's only one king in Germany and his name is Boris." Becker, cheered at every move by a crowd of 7,200, won the 48th title of his career, 29 of those indoors. The tournament field, one of the best ever, began with 29 of the world's top 30 entered. Players such as Becker and Andre Agassi are still trying to qualify for the year-end ATP Tour World • Championship. Baseball NEW YORK — A day after players announced they had reached a tentative labor deal with owners, acting commissioner Bud Selig said Sunday he hadn't scheduled a meeting to consider ratification. Meanwhile, a management source said owners probably would allow the players who ' need service time from the strike to become eligible for free agency to file provisionally and assume there will be a labor agreement that grants them the service time. Several management sources said it was. unlikely owners would meet this week, but they said owners may gather next week for a vote on the deal, which requires approval from at least 21 of the 28 clubs. While union head Donald Fehr announced the deal Saturday and management negotiator Randy Levine said he had completed his work, Selig has refused to acknowledge that negotiations are complete. • Baskeball CHICAGO — Nine of the 11 coaches in the Big Ten favor a conference basketball tournament but it remains a decision for the school presidents when they meet in December. Indiana's Bob Knight and Minnesota's Clem Haskins came out" against the conference tournament Sunday whfen the Big Ten coaches held their annual preseason media day. The Big Ten, Pac-10 and Ivy League are the only major conferences without a postseason tournament. » Football LINDSBORG — Scott Peterson of Bethany College was named defensive player of the week by the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. Pejer- son, a 6-foot-3, 230 pound, defensive end from Assaria, had one quarterback sack and five tackles in Bethany's 55-21 victory over Friends. Troy ' Morris of Bethel College was named offensive! • player of the week by the conference. Morris, a. senior quarterback from Maybank, Texas, com-, pleted 21 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns and passed for a 2-point conversion as Bethel beat Southwestern 24-21 on Saturday. WEATHERFORD, Okla. — Four athletes from. Southwestern Oklahoma State, including a football player who scored the winning touchdown.in the , Bulldogs' 19-15 victory over East Central Oklahoma on Saturday, died in a traffic accident early Sunday. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the driver of, the car, Charles Edward Gulley Jr., 22, of Oklahoma City, and the car's other occupants were trapped in the wreckage on Interstate 40 for about 45 minutes before they were freed. Gulley, Alvin Ray Milton, 22, of Lubbock, Texas, and Cornelious Chiles, 20, qf Temple, Texas, all were pronounced dead at the scene of massive head and internal injuries, the patrol said. Telly Ramon Gatewood, of Jones, Okla,,, who would have turned 20 on Thursday, died at Southwestern Memorial Hospital in Weatherford several hours later, the patrol said. Just 11 hours earlier, Milton, a starting wide receiver for the Bulldogs, had caught a 54-yard pass with 1:29 remaining as Southwestern defeated East Central. 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