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B2 JTUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL TV-radio today's schedule .! TELEVISION i BOXING 1 18 p.m. — Boxing, Lou Delvalle vs. Thomas fleld; Pedro Sanchez vs. Romallls Ellis, USA, Able 40. ,, HOCKEY ||6:30 p.m. — NHL Hockey. Florida at NY flangers, ESPN, cable 38. ',', RADIO >i GENERAL . '5:30 p.m. — Coors Light Sportstalk Show, HSAL, 1150-AM. football standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA 530 .825 128 145 Mdianapolis 530 .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 260 .250 156 181 ! West Penver 7 1 0 .875 223 134 NansasCity 530 .625 158 142 Oakland 4 4-0 .500 179 148 San Diego 4 4 0 .500 172 199 Seattle 350 .375 141 200 • • NATIONAL CONFERENCE ' East '! W L T Pet PF PA Washington 7 1 0 .875 192 115 flhiladelphla 6 2 0 .750 180 158 Dallas 530 .625 165 117 /frizona 350 .375 119 188 tfC Giants 350 .375 124 154 i Central Green Bay 710 .875 240 99 Minnesota 530 .625 140 131 detroit 4 4 0 .500 169 159 Chicago 350 .375 119 165 TfimpaBay 1 7 0 .125 85 165 ;! West $an Francisco 620 .750193115 Carolina 530 .625 173 111 New Orleans 260 .250 121 180 A Louis 2 6 0 .250 136 222 ftlanla 0 8 0 .000 140 227 . i Sunday's results : 'Philadelphia 20, Carolina 9 . [Washington 31, Indianapolis 16 Cincinnati 28, Jacksonville 21 ' iNY Giants 35, Detroit 7 '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 • iSeattle 32, San Diego 13 ' "New England 28, Buffalo 25 'Open date: New Orleans, Oakland Monday's results Chicago 15. Minnesota 13 Sunday, Nov. 3 Arizona at NY Giants, Noon Carolina at Atlanta, .Noon 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, 3 p.m. Houston at Seattle, 3 p.m. Miami at New England, 3 p.m. Washington at Buffalo, 3 p.m. San Francisco at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Open date: Jacksonville, NY Jets Monday, Nov. 4 Denver at Oakland, 8 p.m. NFL summaries BEARS 15, VIKINGS 13 Chicago 2 13 0 0—15 Minnesota • 3 0 10 0—13 First Quarter Min—FGSisson41,9:07. Chi—Safety, Minefield blocked punt out of end zone, 13:38. Second Quarter Chi—FG Jaeger 41,11:19. Chi—Salaam 1 run (Jaeger kick), 14:22. Chi—FG Jaeger 44.14:55. Third Quarter Mir>—Ismail 58 pass from Moon (Slsson kick), 3:31.' Min—FG Slsson 43,13:05. A—58,143 Sunday's game PATRIOTS 28, BILLS 25 Buf NE First downs , 18 23 Rushes-yards 32-141 28-59 Passing 196 358 Punt Returns 2-5 4-14 Kickoff Returns 5-108 5-81 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-46 Comp-Att-Int 15-32-1 32-45-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-8 2-15 Punts 7-43.7 4-50.3 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 9-67 9-63 Time of Possession 26:53 33:07 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Buffalo, Thomas 26-119, Kelly 112, Holmes 3-6, Tindale 1-4, Tasker 1-0. New England, Martin 21-54, Meggett 4-6, Bledsoe 3(-1). PASSING—Buffalo, Kelly 15-32-1-204. New England, Bledsoe 32-45-0-373. RECEIVING—Buffalo, LJohnson 6-47, Reed 4-121. Early 3-32, Holmes 1-6, Cllne 1-(-2). New England, Byars 7-52. Martin 5-21. Jefferson 495, Glenn 4-65, Coales 4-40. Sash 4-31, Brown 3-43. Meggelt 1-26 MISSED FIELD GOALS-New England. Vlnatierl 54 (WL). SCORING SUMMARY Buffulo 0 0 10 15—25 New England 762 13—28 First Quarter NE—Martin 4 pass from Bledsoe (Vinatleri kick), 13:43. Second Quarter NE—FG Vinatleri 40. 5:01. NE—FG Vinatleri 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 for 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—McQinest 46 interception relum (Vinatieri kick), 14:19. Buf—Reed 48 pass from Kelly (Chrislie kick). 14:36. A—58,858. College polls NCAA I-AA HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Sports Network Division I-AA football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 27 and previous ranking: Record Pts Prv I.Marshall (68) 8-0 2227 1 2. Montana (22) 7-0 2176 2 3. Northern Iowa 7-1 2059 3 4. Troy Stale 7-1 1917 4 5. Murray State 6-1 1817 5 6. Delaware 7-1 1739 7 7. SW Missouri Slate 6-2 1634 9 8. Northern Arizona 7-2 1464 6 9. East Tennessee State 7-1 1457 14 10. Jackson State 6-1 1329 11 11. Stephen F. Austin 5-2 1318 12 12. Florida A&M 6-1 1166 13 13. Western Illinois 7-1 1160 15 14. Furman 6-2 1168 8 15. William & Mary 6-2 996 16 16. Villanova 6-2 876 17 17. Eastern Illinois 5-2 746 18 18. James Madison 6-2 736 10 19. Eastern Washington 6-2 671 22 20. New Hampshire 5-2 472 24 21. Youngstown Slate. 6-2 365 — 22. Northwestern Slate, La. 4-3 233 19 23. Indiana State 6-3 182 21 24. Columbia 6-0 181 — 25. Southern 5-2 172 — NCAA II OVERLAND PARK (AP) — The top 20 teams In the NCAA Division II football poll with first- place votes in parentheses, record through Oct. 27, total points and previous ranking: Record Pt« Pv« 1.ValdostaState(4) 8-0 80 1 2. Texas A&M-Klngsville 5-2 76 3 3. NW Missouri Slate 8-0 72 4 4. Ferris State 7-1 68 7 S.Nebraska-Omaha 7-1 64 8 6. Carson-Newman 7-1 60 9 7. Indiana, Pa. 6-1 54 11 8. Chadron State 8-0 52 10 9. Catawba 7-1 49 15 10. Clarion 7-1 45 16 11. South Dakota 6-2 35 14 12.UCDavis 4-3 33 17 13. Saglnaw Valley State 6-1 31 2 14. Angolo State 5-2 25 119 15. North Alabama 5-3 23 — tie. Plttsburg State 5-2 23 — 17. N.C. Central 7-2 20 5 18. West Chester 5-2 16 119 19. Missouri Southern 5-2 6 12 20. Central Oklahoma 5-2 514 13 NCAA 111 OVERLAND PARK (AP) — The top teams from each region in the NCAA Division III football poll with records through Oct. 27: East Region I.Buffalo State 5-1 2. Ithaca 5-1 3. Kings Point 5-1 4. College of New Jersey 4-2 5. Rowan 4-2 6. Union, NY 6-1 North Region 1. Mount Union 7-0 2. Albion 6-0 3. Illinois Wesleyan 6-0 4. Allegheny 7-0 5. John Carroll 6-1 6. Wittenberg 6-1 South Region ILycomlng 6-0 2. Trinity, Texas 7-0 3. Washington & Jefferson 5-1 4. Albright 6-1 5. Catholic 5-2 6. Ursinus 7-1 West Region LWisconsin-LaCrosse 7-0 2. Bethel, Minn. 8-0 3. Simpson 7-0 4. St. John's, Minn. 8-0 5. Wisconsin-River Falls 6-1 6. Wisconsin-Whitewater 7-1 NAIAI TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The top 5 teams in the NAIA Division I football poll with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 28, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1.NW Oklahoma (2) 6-1 10 2 2. Carroll 6-2 8 3 3. Langston (2) 5-2 6 1 4. Southwestern Oklahoma 5-2 4 4 5. Montana Tech 5-3 2 — NAIA II TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The top 25 teams in the NAIA Division II football poll with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 28, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1.Findlay(16) 7-0 400 1 SCOREBOARD 6-1 310 5-1 284 6-1 267 5-1 248 8-0 233 6-1 232 208 183 174 166 139 120 111 96 81 5-1 5-1 4-2 8-1 5-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 7-1 2. Sioux Falls 8-0 374 3. Lambuth 6-1 356 4. Clinch Valley 8-0 349 5. Malone 6-1 331 6. Evangel 8-0 319 7. Hardln-Slmmons 8. Western Washington 9. Benedictine 10. Pacific Lutheran 11. Valley City State 12. Howard Payne 13. Bethany 14. Willamette 15. Genoa 16. Azuza Pacific 17. Westminster, Pa. 18. Northwestern, Iowa 19. Graceland 20. St. Ambrose 21. Minnesota-Crookston 22. Eastern Oregon 5-2 62 — 23. Doane 5-2 58 — 24. Cumberland, Tenn. 5-2 55 — 25. North Greenville 5-2 22 22 High school EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 54 WHITE CITY JV S Emmanuel Christian 24 6 24 x - 54 White City JV 0 8 0 x - 8 Emmanuel Christian - Larson (5) 20, 45, 25. 17 runs, recovered fumble In end zone; Jackson (2) 28 pass from Larson, 65 run; Safety. PAT Larson 2 runs; Black 2 pass from Larson; Wilson pass from Larson. White City JV - Scoring not available. Junior varsity SACRED HEART 28 MOUNDRIDQE 12 Moundridge 0 0 6 6-12 Sacred Heart 6 8 6 6-26 Moundridge - Schrag (2) 1.1 runs. Sacred Heart - Ryan (3) 25, 50, 32 runs; Sauber 31 run. PAT - Ryan run. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pt« GF GA Florida 7 0 3 17 35 17 Tampa Bay 5 3 0 10 31 27 Philadelphia 5 6 0 10 29 30 NY Rangers 4 6 2 10 39 41 New Jersey 4-31 9 20 20 Washington 360 6 25 29 NY Islanders 143 5 18 22 Northeast Division W L T Pts GF GA Hartford 5 2 0 10 24 19 Buffalo 5 5 0 10 30 32 Montreal 4 4 2 10 42 41 Ottawa 333 9 27 28 Boston 341 7 25 25 Pittsburgh 260 4 23 43 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts GF GA Dallas 8 2 0 16 32 22 Chicago 6 4 1 13 29 27 Detroit 6 4 1 13 27 17 SI. Louis 5 6 0 10 33 32 Phoenix 451 9 26 27 Toronto 450 8 23 29 Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA Calgary 7 4 1 15 36 26 Colorado 74 1 15 44 28 Edmonton 6 5 0 12 37 34 SanJose 4 5 3 11 35 40 Los Angeles 461 9 28 38 Vancouver 450 8 24 28 Anaheim 182 4 24 44 Sunday's results San Jose 6, Chicago 2 NY Rangers 6, Buffalo 4 Florida 3, Philadelphia 2 Calgary 4, Anaheim 1 Monday's results Phoenix 5, Montreal 4 (ol) Colorado 1, Washington 0 Tuesday's games New Jersey at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Florida at NY Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Basketball NBA exhibition Sunday's results Vancouver 80, Toronto 77 ' Utah 111, Phoenix 105 Indiana 102, San Antonio 80 Boston 109, Washington 103 Dallas 88, Cleveland 87 Detroit 101, Denver 94 Seattle 100, Portland 98 Monday's result New York 98, New Jersey 87 End preseason Big 12 conference BIG 12 MEN'S BASKETBALL MEDIA POLL 1. Kansas 573 2. Texas 491 3. Iowa Stale 474 4. Oklahoma State 392 5. Missouri 361 6. Texas Tech 330 7. Oklahoma 278 8. Nebraska 255 9. Kansas State 219 10. Texas A&M 140 11. Colorado 113 12. Baylor 95 PRESEASON ALL-BIG 12 First team Jacque Vaughn, Kansas; Reggie Freeman, Texas; Dedric Wllloughby, Iowa State; Raef LaFrentz, Kansas; Chauncey Billups, Colorado. Second team Brian Skinner. Baylor; Paul Pierce. Kansas: Kelvin Cato. Iowa Slate; Tyron Lee, Missouri; Tony Battle. Texas Tech. Golf PGA results TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Final scores and earnings Monday of the $3,000,000 PGA Tour Championship on the par-70,6,834-yard Southern Hills Country Club: Tom Lehman, $540,000 66-67-64-71—268 Brad Faxon, $324,000 68-72-66-68—274 Sieve Strieker, $207,000 70-68-72-65—275 Kenny Perry. $144,000 73-68-70-66—277 Fred Couples, $120,000 68-73-68-69—278 Ernie Els, $102.000 76-70-65-68—279 Justin Leonard, $102,000 73-68-68-70—279 Tom Watson, $102,000 70-70-69-70—279 Jeff Sluman. $87.600 71-74-67-68—280 Vijay Singh. $87,600 66-71 -69-74—280 John Cook. $81,000 70-73-70-68—281 Phil Mlckelson, $76,800 67-75-68-73—283 Davis Love III, $73,200 72-71 -71 -70—284 Fred Funk, $69.600 71 -73-74-67—285 M.Calcavecchia, $63.600 69-71-73-73—286 Jim Furyk, $63,600 72-71 -73-70—286 David Duval, $63,600 71-71-74-70—286 Scott Hoch, $58.800 73-73-67-74—287 Mark O'Meara, $58,800 74-71-71-71—287 Steve Jones. $58,800 67-73-70-77—287 Corey Pavln, $55,800 71-73-73-71—288 Tiger Woods, $55,800 70-78-72-68—288 Michael Bradley, $54,000 71 -73-75-70—289 Nick Faldo, $52,800 75-72-76-68—291 Tommy Tolles, $51,600 73-77-74-68—292 Duffy Waldorf, $50,400 74-76-72-71—293 Mark Brooks, $49.500 73-75-73-74—295 Jetf Maggert, $49,500 78-76-70-71—295 PGA money PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Final 1996 PGA Tour money leaders: Trn Money 1. Tom Lehman 24 $1,780,159 2. Phil Mlckelson 23 $1,697,799 3. Mark Brooks 31 $1,429,396 4. Steve Strieker 24 $1,383,739 5. Mark O'Meara 23 $1,255,749 6. Fred Couples 19 $1,248,694 7. Davis Love III 25 $1,211,139 8. Brad Faxon 23 $1,055,050 9. Scott Hoch 28 $1,039,564 10. David Duval 25 $977,079 11. Justin Leonard 31 $943,140 12. Nick Faldo 17 $942,621 13. Kenny Perry 27 $925,079 14. Emie Els 20 $906,944 15. Greg Norman 18 $891,237 16. Tommy Tolles 26 $871,589 17. Vi|ay Singh 26 $855,140 18. Corey Pavln 23 $851,320 19. John Cook 26 $831,260 20. Michael Bradley 27 $820,825 21. Fred Funk 32 $814,334 22. Steve Jones 26 $810,644 23. Jeff Maggert 27 $804,955 24. Tiger Woods 11 $790,694 25. Tom Watson 16 $761,238 26. Jim Furyk 29 $738,950 27. Loren Roberts 24 $725,231 28. Jeff Sluman 31 $650,128 29. Mark Calcavecchia 29 $628,851 30. Duffy Waldorf 22 $604,382 31,LeeJanzen 28 $540,916 32. Woody Austin 36 $539,397 33. Payne Stewart 26 $537,293 34. David Ogrin 31 $537,225 35. Bob Tway 25 $529,456 36. Jay Haas 27 $523,019 37. John Huston 25 $506,173 38. Mark McCumber 16 $487,226 39. Tim Herron 32 $475,670 40. Rocco Mediate 22 $475,255 41. Clarence Rose 28 $461,899 42. Steve Elkington 21 $459,637 43. Craig Parry 25 $454,203 44. Paul Goydos 30 $438,111 45. D.A. Weibring 17 $436,275 46. Billy Andrade 29 $433,157 47. Dudley Hart 13 $422,198 48. Colin Montgomerle 7 $421,011 49. Scott McCarron 28 $404,329 50. Nick Price 16 $402,467 LPGA money Money leaders on the LPGA tour World Championship of Women's ended Oct. 20: LKarrieWebb 2. Laura Davles 3. Annika Sorenstam 4. Llselotte Neumann 5. Dottle Pepper 6. Meg Mallon 7. Kelly Robbins 8. Michelle McGann 9. Emilee Klein 10. Val Skinner 11.JaneGeddes 12. Patty Sheehan 13. Kris Tschetter 14. Brandie Burton 15. Barb Mucha 16. Marianne Morris 17. Rosle Jones 18. Pat Bradley 19. Caroline Pierce 20. Penny Hammel 21.Julilnkster 22. Pat Hurst 23. Tracy Kerdyk 24. Nancy Lopez 25. Amy Fruhwirth 26. Tina Barrett 27. Joan Pitcock 28. Chris Johnson 29. Deb Richard 30. Barb Whitehead 31.CalrinNiJsmark 32. Mlssie McGeorge 33. Tracy Hanson 34. Kim Saikl 35. Julie Piers 36. Hlroml Kobayashi 37. Beth Daniel Trn 23 17 19 22 22 23 24 ,25 28 26 25 15 25 25 26 27 24 22 26 28 21 24 28 17 27 25 24 22 27 26 19 25 23 21 28 22 19 through the Golf, which Money $847,903 $827,483 $792,311 $598,757 $579,901 $503,209 $502,458 $478,561 $403,793 $402,419 $353,197 $332,891 $312,198 $304,975 $297,055 $273,312 $266,092 $264,914 $234,859 $229,829 $229,660 $226,440 $221,053' $202,451 $199,963 $195,637 $189,620 $188,801 $186,905 $182,602 $181,700 $176,248 $175,895 $174,693 $173,327 $169,501 $163,592 38. Tammle Green 17 $158.338 39. Donna Andrews 26 $155.231 40. Mayumi Hirase 28 $153.772 41.DaleEggellng 28 $151.911 42. Helen Allredsson 20 $143,631 43. Jane Crafter 18 $143,062 44. Betsy King 26 $136.459 45. AmyBenz 25 $133.641 46. Cathy Johnston-Forbes 27 $130,985 47. Vickl Fergon 27 $130,578 48. Alison Nicholas 16 $130.556 49. Stefanla Grace 21 $121,732 50. Trish Johnson 18 $120,832 Auto racing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The top 20 drivers and money winners on the NASCAR Winston Cup circuit through the Oct. 27 Dura Lube 500: Winston Cup points I, Terry Labonte. 4,497.2, Jetf Gordon, 4,450. 3, Dale Jarretl, 4,398.4, Dale Earnhardt. 4,162. 5. Mark Martin, 4,127. 6, Ricky Rudd. 3,703. 7. Rusty Wallace, 3,583. 8, Emie Irvan. 3,572. 9, Sterling Marlln, 3,564. 10. Bobby Hamilton, 3,484. II, Ken Schrader, 3,467.' 12, Bobby Labonte, 3,405.13, Michael Waltrip. 3,405.14, Ted Musgrave, 3.396.15, Jeff Burton, 3,395.16, Jimmy Spencer, 3,355. 17. Geoff Bodine, 3,133. 18, Rick Mast, 3.066. 19, Morgan Shepherd, 3,054. 20, Ricky Craven, 3,015. Money I, Jeff Gordon, $2,412,918. 2, Dale Jartett, $2,284,250. 3, Terry Labonle, $1,890,413. 4, Dale Earnhardt, $1.677,996. 5, Mark Martin, $1,514,675. 6, Emie Irvan, $1,435,952. 7, Sterling Marlin, $1,281,025. 8, Rusty Wallace, $1,262,912. 9, Ricky Rudd, $1,179,273. 10, Bobby Labonte, $1,087,515. II, Michael Waltrip, $1,034,700. 12, Ken Schrader, $955,982. 13, Bobby Hamilton, $912,625.14, Geoff Bodine, $909,500.15, Jimmy Spencer, $909,305. 16, Johnny Benson, $868,825. 17, Ricky Craven, $843,382.18, Ted Musgrave, $645,415. 19, Ward Burton, $840,619. 20, Rick Mast, $805,157. NHRA leaders FINAL Top Fuel—1. Kenny Bernstein, 1,415; 2. Scott Kalitta, 1,197; 3. Cory McClenathan, 1.194; 4. Larry Dixon, 1,193; 5. Elaine Johnson, 1,161; 6. Joe Amato, 1,141; 7. Mike Dunn, 1,017; 8. Shelly Anderson. 986; 9. Connie Kalllta, 983; 10. Eddie Hill, 915. Funny Car—1. John Force, 2,023; 2. Tony Pedregon, 1,387; 3. Cruz Pedregon, 1,286; 4. Al Hofmann, 1,122; 5. Chuck Etchells, 1,001; 6. Mark Oswald, 934; 7. Del Worsham, 918; 8. Ken|l Okazakl, 811; 9. Whit Bazemore, 742; 10. Gary Densham, 737. Pro Slock—1. Jim Yates, 1,723; 2. Warren Johnson, 1,399; 3. Mike Edwards, 1,101; 4. Kurt Johnson, 986; 5. Rickle Smith, 980; 6. Steve Schmidt, 961; 7. Chuck Harris, 893; 8. Tom Marlino, 839; 9. Jerry Eckman, 797; 10. Bob Gild- den, 749. Volleyball State college AT SALINA Kansas Wesleyan del. Tabor, 15-8,15-6,1015,15-8 Junior varsity - Kansas Wesleyan del. Tabor, 13-15,15-4,15-13 Junior college AT BEATRICE, NEB. Brown Mackie del. Southeast Nebraska, 15-3, 15-4,15-4 High school STATE TOURNAMENTS Friday, November 1 CLASS 6A At Topeka Pool 1 - BV Northwest (36-3) vs. SM West (23-10), 3:30 p.m.; Emporia (27-8) vs. Manhattan (29-9), 4:30; BV Northwest vs. Manhattan, 5:30; Emporia vs. SM West, 6:30; BV Northwest vs. Emporia, 7:30; Manhattan vs. SM West, 8:30. Pool 2 - Lawrence (33-4) vs. Leavenworth (28-11), 3:30 p.m.; Maize (24-7)'vs. Wichita Northwest (16-6), 4:30; Lawrence vs. Wichita Northwest, 5:30 p.m.; Maize vs. Leavenworth, 6:30; Lawrence vs. Maize, 7:30; Wichita Northwest vs. Leavenworth, 8:30. CLASS 5A At Topeka Pool 1 - Wichita Carroll (27-2) vs. Wichita Campus (16-14), 8:30 a.m.; St. Thomas Aquinas (30-9) vs. Fort Scott (24-8), 9:30; Wichita Carroll vs. Fort Scott, 10:30; St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Wichita Campus, 11:30; Wichita Carroll vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 12:30 p.m.; Fort Scott vs. Wichita Campus, 1:30. Pool 2 - SM Mlege (36-5) vs. Sallna South (21-13), 8:30 a.m.; Great Bend (27-6) vs. Topeka Seaman (24-13), 9:30; SM Miege vs. Topeka Seaman, 10:30; Great Bend vs. Salina South, 11:30; SM Mlege vs. Great Bend, 12:30 p.m.; Topeka Seaman vs. Salina South, 1:30. CLASS 4A At Sallna Pool 1 - Perry-Lecompton (33-2) vs. Augusta (22-10), 3:30 p.m.; Labette County (27-3) vs. Ottawa (34-5), 4:30; Perry-Lecompton vs. Ottawa, 5:30; Labette County vs. Augusta, 6:30; Perry- Lecompton vs. Labette County, 7:30; Ottawa vs. Augusta, 8:30. Pool 2 - Santa Fe Trail (31-2) vs. Goodland (28-10), 3:30 p.m.; Haven (27-3) vs. Lansing (29-6), 4:30; Santa Fe Trail vs. Lansing, 5:30; Haven vs. Goodland, 6:30; Santa Fe Trail vs. Haven, 7:30; Lansing vs. Goodland, 8:30. CLASS 3A At Sallna Pool 1 - Hesston (31-1) vs. Erie (17-11), 8:30 a.m.; Smith Center (28-5) vs. Nemaha Valley (25-5), 9:30; Hesslon vs. Nemaha Valley, 10:30: Smith Center vs. Erie, 11:30; Hesston vs. Smith Center, 12:30 p.m.; Nemaha Valley vs. Erie, 1:30. Pool 2 - Lakln (35-3) vs. Pomona (23-8), 8:30 a.m.; Riley County (28-4) vs. Silver Lake (25-5), 9:30; Lakln vs. Silver Lake, 10:30; Rlley County vs. Pomona, 11:30; Lakln vs. Rlley County, 12:30 p.m.; Silver Lake vs. Pomona, 1:30. CLASS 2A At Hays Pool 1 - Plttsburg Colgan (32-0) vs. St. Francis (11-14), 3:30 p.m.; Goessel (26-5). vs. Garden Plain (25-7), 4:30; Pittsburg Colgan vs. Garden Plain, 5:30; Goessel vs. St. Francis, 6:30; Pittsburg Colgan vs. Goessel, 7:30; Garden Plain vs. St. Francis, 8:30. Pool 2 - Spearville (33-3) vs. Rossvllle (2011), 3:30 p.m.; Greensburg (32-3) vs. Valley Heights (28-8), 4:30; Spearville vs. Valley Heights, 5:30; Greensburg vs. Rossvllle, 6:30; Speerville vs. Greensburg, 7:30; Valley Heights vs. Rossvllle, 8:30. CLASS1A At Hays Pool 1 - Weskan (36-0) vs. Argonia (24-6), 8:30 a.m.; Deerfield (31-3) vs. Little River (28-5), 9:30: Weskan vs. Little River, 10:30; Deerfield vs. Argonia, 11:30; Weskan vs. Deerfield, 12:30 p.m.; Little River vs. Argonia, 1:30. Pool 2 - Centralia (34-0) vs. Jewell (29-7), 8:30 a.m.; Waveriy (34-0) vs. St. Paul (29-6), 9:30; Centralia vs. SI. Paul, 10:30; Waveriy vs. Jewell, 11:30; Centralia vs. Waveriy, 12:30p.m.; SI. Paul vs. Jewell, 1:30. CLASS 4A SUB-STATE TOURNAMENT October 26 At Ellsworth First round — Pratt del. Russell, 16-14,8-15, 17-15; Ellsworth del. Nlckerson, 15-6, 15-6; Smoky Valley del. Belolt, 15-7,15-10. Semifinals — Haven del. Pratt, 15-12,15-8; Smoky Valley del. Ellsworth, 7-15,16-14,15-0. Championship — Haven def. Smoky Valley, 15-4,12-15,15-7. Cross country College results RMAC CHAMPIONSHIPS At Alamosa, Colo. October 26 MEN Team scores Western State 29, Adams State 41, Fort Hays State 83, Nebraska-Kearney 126, New Mexico Highlands 130, Fort Lewis 139, Colorado Mines 204, Colorado Christian 236. Top 10 medalists 1. Smith, WS, 25:45; i. Kayne, AS, 26:15; 3. Buck. WS, 26:27; 4. Caulfield, AS, 26:40; 5. Fagan, WS, 26:44; 6. Bailey, FL, 26:44; 7. Willis, WS, 26:51; 8. Trout, FH, 26:55; 9. Dolezal, AS, 27:01; 10. Shanahan, FH, 27:07. Other Fort Hays State Individuals 20. Lee, 27:36; 22. Wichael, 27:48; 23. J.Mc- Cullough, 27:52; 26. Fouts,-2B:01; 37. Elliott, 28:42; 39. K.McCullough, 28:48; 45. Granados, 29:17. WOMEN Team scores Adams State 16, Western Stale 48, Fort Hays State 103, New Mexico Highlands 117, Fort Lewis 138, Nebraska-Kearney 141, Colorado Mines 180, Mesa State 205. Top 10 medalists 1. Summers, AS, 17:53; 2. Bugg, AS, 17:59; 3. Sterling, AS, 18:13; 4. Olson, AS, 18:32; 5. Jefferson, WS, 18:36; 6. Falling, AS, 18:38; 7. Lopez, WS, 18:47; 8. Milam, AS, 18:48; 9. Swier, NMH, 18:48; 10. Magana, WS, 19:00. Fort Hays State Individuals 14. West, 19:20; 20. Weatherman, 20:08; 24. Russell, 20:17; 26. Green, 20:23; 27. Lightwine, 20:28; 29. Saenger, 21:47; 52. Bachelor, 22:21; 54. Pryor, 22:27. General Transactions BASEBALL Major League Baseball ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Named Junior Noboa Latin American scouting coordinator. American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Exercised their 1997 option on OF Brady Anderson. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Exercised their 1997 option on 1B-3B Kevin Seltzer. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Traded RHP Mark Gublcza and RHP Mike Bovee to^he California Angels for DH Chill Davis. NEW YORK YANKEES—Declined to exerqlse their 1997 option on RHP Ricky Bones. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Named Jeffrey Leonard manager ol Modesto ol the California League and Tony De Francesco manager of Visallla of the California League: SEATTLE MARINERS—Named Henry Cotto to the coaching staff of Tacoma of the PCL National League ATLANTA BRAVES—Exercised their 1997 option on LHP Tom Glavine. Declined to exercise their 1997 option on OF Jerome Walton. CINCINNATI REDS—Acquired Ruben Sierra from the Detroit Tigers for OF Decomba Conner and RHP Ben Bailey. COLORADO ROCKIES—Agreed to terms with OF Ellis Burks on a two-year contract. FLORIDA MARLINS—Named Jorge Plasen- cla director of marketing. Activated RHP Matt Mantel and RHP Alejandro Pena from the disabled list. NEW YORK METS—Exercised their 1997 option on RHP Mark Clark. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Exercised their 1997 option on OF Glenallen Hill. COLLEGE FOOTBALL STANDINGS ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE Conference Florida State North Carolina Georgia Tech Virginia Clemson Maryland North Carolina St. Duke Wake Forest W 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 0 0 L 0 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 5 PF 173 144 144 156 65 92 81 54 33 PA 51 26 99 68 120 112 149 127 190 W 6 6 5 5 4 4 1 0 2 All Games L 0 1 2 2 3 4 5 7 6 PF 207 213 171 248 108 161 121 111 98 PA 67 50 119 102 161 146 215 264 277 Ohio State Michigan State Michigan Iowa Penn State •Illinois Purdue Minnesota Wisconsin Indiana 0 135 61 1 181 87 1 107 55 1 115 98 2 129 119 3 92 132 3 72 152 4 70 127 4 77 104 5 116 187 0 306 84 3 262 172 1 185 91 2 194 158 2 267 133 5 133 235 5 120 226 4 161 186 4 167 124 6 177 210 BIG WEST CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Utah State 3 0 127 63 5 4 282 272 Nevada 2 1 121 65 53 314 208 Idaho 1 1 52 50 34 222 207 North Texas 1 1 26 40 3 5 94 228 Boise Stale 0 2 42 105 17 154 292 New Mexico St. 0 2 21 66 17 101 266 BIG EAST CONFERENCE Conference W L PF PA 4 0 194 45 3 0 88 7 4 1 168 90 3 1 105 37 1 3 78 137 1 4 77 220 1 4 55 159 0 4 79 149 All Games W L PF PA 4 2 237 107 5 2 192 65 5 1 189 108 7 1 182 61 4 4 183 233 2 6 164 348 2 6 120 239 1 7 157 272 Syracuse' Miami, Fla. Virginia Tech West Virginia Boston College Pittsburgh Rutgers Temple BIG TEN CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Northwestern 5 0 139 111 7 1 232 159 BIG 12 CONFERENCE Colorado Nebraska Kansas State Kansas Missouri Iowa State North Conference W L PF PA 4 0 107 54 4 0 175 20 4 1 124 118 1 3 63 137 1 3 86 148 1 3 114 132 All Games W L PF PA 6 205 127 6 295 62 7 252 128 3 212 209 3 167 217 2 5 207 234 CONFERENCE USA Conference All Games S.Mississippi Cincinnati Houston Memphis Louisville Tulane W L PF PA W L PF PA 3 0 71 35 2 2 71 79 1 1 57 51 2 2 55 79 1 2 37 54 1 3 92 85 1 203 120 4 4 142 164 4 4 230 238 3 5 100 169 4 4 152 129 2 5 151 147 Texas Tech Texas Oklahoma Baylor Texas A&M South 2 143 99 2 162 82 2 117 145 3 97 143 3 64 81 3 213 134 4 240 153 5 179 247 3.177 182 5 241 164 Oklahoma State 1 4 86 199 4 4 170 245 PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Arizona State 5 0 224 147 ,80 351 161 Washngton 4 1 174 103 5 2 223 174 Southern Cal 3 2139118 5 3227154 Washington State 3 2150128 5 3259215 California 2 2 117 116 5 2 237 193 Arizona 2 2 91 78 43 175 102 UCLA 2 2 134 134 34 207 207 Stanford 1 3 54 118 2 5 89 151 Oregon State 1 4 95 163 1 6 119 240 Oregon 0 5 131 204 3 5 240 269 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Florida Tennessee South Carolina Georgia Kentucky Vanderbilt Alabama Louisiana State Auburn Mississippi Mississippi St. Arkansas WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Mountain Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Utah 5 0 166 87 71 245 159 Brigham Young 4 0 148 68 8 1 372 188 East Conference W 5 3 4 2 1 0 4 4 3 1 1 0 L PF 0 249 1 119 2 132 3 99 4 59 5 37 West 1 138 1 136 2 147 3 51 3 68 3 31 PA 59 68 87 97 163 131 60 105 137 132 125 82 W 7 5 5 3 2 1 7 6 5 4 . 2 2 All Games L 0 1 3 4 6 .6 1 1 2 3 4 4 PF 366 216 172 121 PA 94 91 124 120 79 245 63 203 234 238 158 122 117 152 96 146 137 174 173 147 Rice 3 Southern Meth. 2 Tulsa 1 Texas Christian 1 New Mexico 1 Texas-El Paso 0 1 3 3 3 4 4 138 106 79 53 135 73 104 126 131 93 162 126 4 3 3 2 4 2 3 5 4 5 4 5 173 172 146 97 229 127 222 184 205 ' 187 209 162 Pacific Wyoming 5 Air Force 4 Colorado State 4 San Diego State 2 Fresno State 3 San Jose St. 1 Hawaii 1 UNLV 0 0 1 1 1 2 4 5 5 208 208 140 122 120 79 69 105 83 63 83 77 128 179 232 205 8 5 5 4 3 1 2 0 0 2 4 2 4 7 7 9 331 245 272 250 147 122 187 100 250 171 220 301 120 291 170 436 MAJOR INDEPENDENTS Army Navy East Carolina Notre Dame Alabama-Birmingham Northeast Louisiana Louisiana Tech > Southwest Louisiana Arkansas State Central Florida Northern Illinois W 7 5 4 4 4 4 5 4 3 2 1 L 0 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 PF 241 198 143 163 175 124 PA 98 128 79 100 166 203 273 273 222 187 173 84 270 227 214 248 V HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Seedings, pairings set for state tournaments By The Journal Staff Salina South is the No. 7 seed and will play second-seeded SM Miege at 8:30 a.m., Friday in the first round of the Class 5A state volleyball tournament at the Topeka Expocentre. The Cougars (21-13) play third-seeded Great Bend (27-6) in their second game of pool play at 11:30 a.m., Friday and finish with sixth-seeded Topeka Seaman (24-13) at 1:30 p.m. The top bracket of the 5A tournament features top-seeded Wichita Carroll (272) No 4-seeded St. Thomas Aquinas (309), fifth-seeded Fort Scott (24-8) and eighth-seeded Wichita Campus (16-14). • Class 4A — Goodland (28-10) is the seventh seed at the Salina Bicentennial Center and plays second-seeded Santa Fe Trail (31-2) at 3:30 p.m. Friday. Goodland then takes on third-seeded Haven (27-3) at 6:30 p.m., and No. 6 Lansing (29-6) at 8:30 p.m. The top brackets includes No. 1 Perry- Lecompton (33-2), No. 4. Labette County (27-3), No. 5 Ottawa (34-5) and No. 8 Augusta (22-10). • Class 3A — Smith Center (28-5) is the No. 4 seed and plays No. 5 Nemaha Valley (25-5) at 9:30 a.m., Friday at the Salina Bicenenntial Center. Smith Center follows with matches against No. 8-seeded Erie (17-11) at 11:30 a.m., and top-seeded Hesston (31-3) at 12:30 p.m. The bottom bracket features No. 2- seeded Lakin (35-3), No. 3 Riley County (28-4), No. 6 Silver Lake (25-5) and No. 7 Pomona (23-8). • Class 2A — St. Francis (11-14) is seeded eighth and plays top-seeded Pittsburg Colgan (32-0) at 3:30 p.m., at Gross Memorial Coliseum in Hays. St. Francis takes on No. 4-seeded Goessel (26-5) at 6:30 p.m. and No. 5 Garden Plain (25-7) at 8:30 p.m. The bottom bracket includes No. 2- seeded Spearville (33-3), No. 3 Greensburg (32-3), No. 6 Valley Heights (28-8) and No. 7 Rossville (20-11). • Class 1A — Undefeated Weskan (360) is the No. 1 seed and opens with a match against eighth-seeded Argonia (24-6) at 8:30 a.m., at Gross Memorial Coliseum in Hays. Weskan plays No. 5 Little River (28-5) at 10:30 a.m., and No. 4 Deerfield (31-3) at 12:30 p.m. In the bottom bracket, Jewell (28-7) is the No. 7 seed at opens with a match against No. 2-seeded Centralia (34-0) at 8:30 a.m. Jewell then plays No. 3 Waver- iy (34-0) at 11:30 a.m., and finishes with No. 6 St. Paul (29-6) at 1:30 p.m. Semifinal, consolation and champi- v onship finals in all classes are scheduled" for Saturday (pairings in Scoreboard). SPORTS DIGEST Parade preparation The Associated Press Workers attach lettering to the side of one of several floats that will run in today's ticker-tape parade In New York. Baseball NEW YORK — The World Series telecast gave the young Fox television network a lift but was one of major league baseball's lowest-rated cham- . pionships. The Series propelled Fox to its best .. prime-time ratings performance for any week ' \ since it began programming all seven nights in mid-1993. It nearly tripled its usual ratings for that part of the programming day in which commer- , cials are most expensive. Boxing TAMPA, Fla. — Roy Jones Jr., generally regarded as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world, will meet former champion Mike McCallum for., the soon-to-be declared vacant WBC light heavyweight title on Nov. 22. The main event on an " '; eight-fight card billed as "Fire On Ice" will be televised live on HBO from the new $160 million'Ice Palace in downtown Tampa. Jones, who has a sparkling 33-0 record with 29 knockouts, has made five successful defenses of his 168-pound super middleweight crown since beating then-champion James Toney two years ago. He will be stepping up to the 175-pound class against the 39-year-old McCallum (49-3-1, 36 KOs). Football MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia Uni- . versity President David Hardesty said Monday he will extend a formal apology to Miami for the way Mountaineer fans and students acted toward Miami's players and coaches during Saturday night's; game. Miami linebackers coach Randy Shannon suffered a bruise after being struck by a plastic trash can hurled from the stands after the game at sold-out Mountaineer Field. Miami players also i said they were pelted with objects during pre : game warmups. Hardesty said the university.. • would re-evaluate policies, including one that en- : ables fans to re-enter games, before Saturday's game against Syracuse. Alcohol is not sold in the stadium but can be obtained nearby. Golf TULSA, Okla. — Three years ago Tom Lehman was a virtually unknown refugee from just about every small tour in the world and had never won a PGA event. With his runaway win at the Tour Championship on Monday Lehman staked his claim to player of the year honors. Lehman finished off a dominating performance at Southern-Hills Country Club and a sensational year with a 71 in the rain-delayed final round for a 12-under-par 268, six LEHMAN strokes ahead of Brad Faxon and seven better than Steve Strieker. The victory gave Lehman the inon- ey title, the best scoring average and the PGA of America player of the year award. Olympics INDIANAPOLIS — In the Olympic world, the United States is by far the most powerful player, ' and an agreement was announced Monday to keep it the richest, too. A top official of the International Olympic Committee said the U.S. Olympic Committee would start receiving a bigger cut of American television rights revenues and would have complete control of the lucrative use of the Olympic rings in ads and other promotions in the United States. USOC officials said the new deal could add as much as $100 million to the organization's bankbook by 2008. General PITTSBURGH — Steve Pederson grew accustomed to winning as an administrator at three top- 10 football schools. He insists he won't stand for much more losing at Pitt. Pederson, who oversaw the Nebraska football program that Tom Osborne coached to national championships the last two seasons, was hired Monday as Pitt's new athletic ; director. He officially takes over Dec. 1. ' GERLACH, Nev. — Hoping to reclaim the land speed record, Craig Breedlove narrowly averted disaster Monday when his jet-powered car tipped on its side and careened across the desert at nearly 600 mph. Breedlove was shaken but uninjured when his car, "Spirit of America," came to rest about a half-mile for a crowded spectator area after the first of two planned runs to return the land speed record to the United States. The crash, stem^ ming from a crosswind in the Black Rock Desert, ended his quest this year to reclaim the record from Richard Noble of Britain. 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