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1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL TV-radio SCOREBOARD Today's schedule TELEVISION AUTO RACING 11 a.m. — NASCAR Auto Raring. Busch Grand Nations! Series, Jiffy Lube Miami 300 CBS. cable 12 2:30 p.m. — NASCAR Racing. Craftsman Truck Scries. Las Vegas 420K CBS cable 5 12 BASKETBALL 6 p.m. — NBA Basketball. Denver at San Antonio. FOX NET. cable 37. FOOTBALL Noon — NFL Football. San Diego at Indianapolis, NBC. cables, 13 Noon — NFL Football. Philadelphia at Dallas FOX, cable 4. 3 p.m. — NFL Football. Kansas City at Minnesota, NBC, cable 3, 13 3 p.m. — NFL Football. Washington at Buffalo, FOX. cable 7. 7 p.m. — NFL Football. San Francisco at New Orleans. ESPN, cable 38. GOLF 1 p.m. — PGA Golf. Sarazen World Open. TNT. cable 41. RUNNING 9:30 a.m. — Running. New York City Marathon, ESPN2. cable 39. SOCCER Noon — Soccer. World Cup qualifying, Guatemala vs. U.S.. ESPN, cable 38, TENNIS 1 p.m. — Women's tennis, Ameritech Cup, FOX NET, cable 37. 43. 3:30 p.m. — Men's tennis. Paris Open. ESPN, cable 38. RADIO FOOTBALL 3 p.m. — NFL Football, Kansas Cily at Minnesota, KINA. 910-AM: KSKG, 99.9-FM 6:45 p.m. — NFL Football, San Francisco at New Orleans. KSAL, 1150-AM. GENERAL 1 p.m. — Gamellme. KSAL, 1150-AM. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 530 .625 129 145 Indianapolis 530 .625 140 145 New England 530 .625 202 165 Miami 4 4 0 .500 178 150 NY Jets 1 8 0 .111 145 233 Central Pittsburgh 620 .750 164 120 Houston. 530 .625 183 153 Baltimore 350 .375 196 232 Jacksonville 360 .333 172 181 Cincinnati 260 .250 156 181 West Denver 7 1 0 .875 223 134 Kansas City 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 Pel. PF PA Washington 7 1 0 .875 192 115 Philadelphia 620 .750 180 158 Dallas 530 .625 165 117 Arizona 350 .375 119 188 NY Giants 350 .375 124 154 Central Green Bay 710 .875 240 99 Minnesota 530 .625 140 131 Detroit 4 4 0 .500 169 159 Chicago 350 .375 119 165 Tampa Bay 170 .125 85 165 West San Francisco 620 .750193115 Carolina 530 .625 173 111 New Orleans 260 .250 121 180 St. Louis 260 .250 136 222 Atlanta 0 8 0 .000 140 227 Sunday's games Arizona at NY Giants, Noon Carolina at Atlanta, Noon Cincinnati al Baltimore. Noon Detroit at Green Bay, Noon Philadelphia al Dallas, Noon St. Louis at Pittsburgh, Noon San Diego at Indianapolis, Noon Tampa Bay al Chicago, Noon Kansas City al 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 dale: Jacksonville, NY Jets Monday's game Denver at Oakland, 8 p.m. Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Games W L W L Colorado 50 71 Nebraska 50 71 Kansas State 41 71 Kansas 23 44 Missouri 14 35 Iowa Slate 14 26 South Division Conference All Games W L W L Texas Tech 42 53 Texas 32 44 Oklahoma 23 26 Texas A&M 23 45 Baylor 14 44 Oklahoma State 15 45 Saturday's results Nebraska 73, Oklahoma 21; Kansas 34, Iowa Stale 31; Colorado 41, Missouri 13; Texas A&M 38, Oklahoma State 19; Texas 28, Baylor 23. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W I W L Bethany 60 61 Bethel 61 62 Southwestern 42 43 Friends 42 44 Kansas Wesleyan 33 35 McPherson 34 35 Ottawa 15 16 Starting 15 17 Tabor 06 08 Saturday's results Bethany 48, Southwestern 41. Bfttwl 34. Tabor 2J; McPhersnn 39. Kansas Wesinyan 14. Frinnls 38. Sorting 7 RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Chadron State 51 81 Fort Lewis 42 53 Nebraska-Kearney 42 45 Western State 42 45 New Mexico Highlands 43 63 Fort Hays Stale" 33 53 Mesa Stale 25 27 Adams Stale 15 36 Colorado Mines 15 26 Saturday's results Fort Hays Stale 30. Chadron State 27; Western State 27, Nebraska-Kearney 24; Fort Lewis 31, Adams Stale 9: New Mexico Highlands 45. Mesa Stale 19: Colorado Mines at Humboldl Slate. Calif, (n) MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Game! W L W L Northwest Missouri 70 90 Pittsburg State 61 62 Truman Slate 52 54 Missouri Southern 43 53 Washbum 43 44 Emporia Stale 43 45 Missouri Western 34 54 Centra! Missouri 16 36 Missouri-Rolla 16 36 Soulhwesl Baptist 07 08 Saturday's results Northwest Missouri 51. Emporia Stale 34; Truman Stale 38, Missouri Soulhem 28; Missouri Western 48, Central Missouri 13; Missouri-Rolla 14. Southwest Baplisl 7; Pittsburg Stale 43. Washbum 14. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Evangel 70 70 Graceland 61 62 Benedictine 52 62 Baker 52 53 MidAmerica Nazarene 43 53 Culver-Stocklon 35 35 William Jewell 25 35 Llndenwood 26 36 Central Methodist 16 26 Missouri Valley 16 17 Saturday's results Evangel 31, Graceland 24 (2ol); William Jewell 23, Lindenwood 12; MidAmerica Nazarene 38, Missouri Valley 7; Baker 28. Benedictine 27; Culver-Stockton 41. Central Methodist 13. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Garden City 61 81 Coffeyville 61 71 Butler County 52 72 Hutchinson 52 72 Fort Scott 34 36 Independence 25 36 Highland 16 27 Dodge City 07 09 Sunday's games KJCCC semifinals Hutchinson at Garden City, 1:30 p.m.; Butler County al Coffeyville. 1:30 p.m. High school PLAYOFF PAIRINGS Friday's games CLASS 6A Olalhe North (9-0) vs. KC Harmon (4-5) BV Northwest (9-0) vs. Lawrence (8-1) Manhattan (8-0) vs. Wichita West (7-2) Emporia (8-1) vs. Wichita Northwest (7-2) CLASS SA BV North (7-2) at St. Thomas Aquinas (7-2) Salina Central (8-1) at Arkansas City (8-1) Salina South (6-3) at Valley Center (6-3) Winfield (7-2) at Liberal (8-0) Tuesday's games CLASS 4A Hiawatha (6-3) at Lansing (7-2), 7 p.m. Santa Fe Trail (8-1) at Gardner-Edgerton (7-2), ':30 p.m. Louisburg (8-1) at Anderson County (4-5), 7 p.m. Fort Scott (9-0) at Parsons (5-4), 7 p.m. Wamego (8-1) at Abilene (6-3), 7:30 p.m. Augusta (6-3) at Wellington (8-1), 7:30 p.m. Smoky Valley (7-2) al Andale (9-0), 7:30 p.m. Goodland (7-2) al Ulysses (9-0), 7:30 p.m. CLASS 3A Alchison County (7-2) at McLouth (6-3). 7 p.m. Silver Lake (8-1) at Riley County (9-0). 7 p.m. Wellsville (7-2) at Central Heights (9-0), 7 p.m. Riverton (8-1) it Erie (3-6), 7 p.m. Marion (7-2) al Beloil (8-1),> p.m. Halstead (7-2) at Belle Plalne (5-4), 7 p.m. SW Heights (6-3) al Lyons (7-2), 7:30 p.m. Smith Center (9-0) alTrago (7-2), 7 p.m. CLASS 2-1A Frankfort (9-0) at Jackson Heights (8-1), 7:30 p.m. Jell North (7-2) at Waveriy (7-2), 7 p.m. Chase County (7-2) al Pittsburg Colgan (9-0), 7 p.m. Sedan (8-1) al Moundridgs (5-4), 7:30 p.m. Ell-Saline (9-0) at Garden Plain (9-0). 7:30 p.m. Stockton (6-3) at Claflin (8-1), 7 p.m. Bucklin (8-1) al Stanton County (7-2). 7 p.m. St. Francis (8-1) at Dighton (7-2), 7:30 p.m. EIGHT MAN I Crest (7-2) at Chetopa (7-1), 7 p.m. Burrton (6-3) al Flinthills (6-3), 7 p.m. BV Randolph (9-0) at Mankalo (9-0), 7:30 p.m. Bennington (6-3) at Goessel (8-1), 7:30 p.m. Little River (9-0) at Pralt Skyline (4-5), 7:30 p.m. Ashland (7-2) at Norwich (6-3), 7 p.m.' Spearville (5-4) al Meada (5-4), 7 p.m. lngalls(6-3)atGrinnell(7-1),7p.m. EIGHT MAN II Elwood (1-8) at Baileyville (6-3), 7 p.m. Thayer (5-4) at LeRoy (9-0), 7 p.m. Hope (5-4) vs. Central Christian (6-3) at Hutchinson Trinity, 6:30 p.m. SJ Beloit (7-2) al Hillcrest (6-3), 7 p.m. Kensington (9-0) at Sylvan (9-0), 7 p.m. Triplains (9-0) at Moriand (5-4), 7 p.m. Healy-Ulica (4-5) at Hanston (8-1), 7 p.m. Today's schedule SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3 FOOTBALL Kansas City at Minnesota, 3 p.m. Rolla (9-0) at Haviland (7-1). TEA. Basketball NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pel GB Miami 2 0 1000 — New York 1 0 1.000 '4 Washington 1 1 500 1 New Jersey 0 1 000 1 "> Orlando 0 1 000 1'4 Boston 0 2 .000 2 Philadelphia 0 2 .000 2 Control Division Cleveland 2 0 1.000 — Detroit 2 0 1.000 — Chicago 2 0 1 000 — Milwaukee 2 0 1.000 — Charlotte 1 0 1.000 'i Indiana 0 2 .000 2 Atlanta 0 2 .000 2 Toronto 0 2 .000 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB Houston 1 0 1.000 — Minnesota 1 0 1.000 — Utah 1 0 1.000 — Dallas 1 1 .500 vi Denver 0 1 .000 1 San Antonio 0 1 .000 1 Vancouver 0 1 .000 1 Pacific Division LA Clippers 1 0 1.000 — LA Lakers 1 0 1.000 — Portland 1 0 1.000 — Sacramento 1 1 .500 'b Golden State 0 1 .000 1 Phoenix 0 1 .000 1 Seattle 0 1 .000 1 Friday's results Chicago 107, Boston 98 Miami 94, Atlanta 81 Cleveland 90, New Jersey 77 Washington 96. Orlando 92 Detroit 95, Indiana 89 Milwaukee 111, Philadelphia 103 Minnesota 82, San Antonio 78 New York 107. Toronto 99 Houston 96, Sacramento 85 Dallas 92, Denver 91 Utah 99. Seattle 91 Portland 114, Vancouver 85 LA Clippers 97, Golden Slate 85 LA Lakers 96, Phoenix 82 Saturday's results Cleveland 98, Washington 96 (ot) Charlotte 109, Toronto 98 ' Detroit 90. Allanla 76 Miami 97, Indiana 95 Chicago 115, Philadelphia 86 Milwaukee 124, Boston 102 Sacramento 107, Dallas 94 Houston at Phoenix (n) Portland at Seattle (n) Utah at LA. Clippers (n) Sunday's games Charlotte at New York, 5 p.m. Denver at San Antonio, 6 p.m. Golden Stale at Vancouver, 8 p.m. Minnesota at LA Lakers, 8:30 p.m. NBA boxscores HORNETS 109, RAPTORS 98 TORONTO (98) Williams 4-10 5-6 14, Jones, 3-4 0-0 6, Tabak 5-14 4-4 14, Christie 3-6 0-0 7. Stoudamire 8-16 0-3 19, Davis 2-13 4-6 8, Camby 2-3 0-0 4, Rogers 6-7 0-0 13, Whiteslde 3-3 1-2 9, Benjamin 1-5 0-0 2, Wright 1-2 0-0 2, Totals 38-83 14-21 98. CHARLOTTE (109) Mason 7-10 4-4 18, Geiger 5-15 6-916, Divac 4-141-29, Curry 15-23 2-2 38, Bogues 4-5 0-0 8, Smith 1-1 2-2 4, Zldek 1-1 2-2 4, Burrell 2-11 7-10 12, Goldwire 0-1 0-2 0. Totals 39-81 24-33 109. Toronto 27 23 29 19— 98 Charlotte 30 22 33 24—109 3-Poinl goals—Toronto 8-22 (Stoudamire 3-7, Whileside 2-2, Williams 1 -4, Christie 1 -2, Rogers 1-1, Davis 0-6), Charlotte 7-17 (Curry 6-11, Burell 1-5, Goldwire 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Toronto 43 (Rogers B), Charlotte 60 Mason 15). Assists—Toronto 17 (Stoudamire 5), Charlotte 29 (Bogues 10). Total fouls— 'oronto 29, Charlotte 24. Technicals—Rogers, Charlotte coach Cowens, Geiger. A—24,042 24,042). PISTONS 90, HAWKS 78 DETROIT (90) Hill 7-14 8-8 22, Long 1-6 0-0 2, Thorpe 3-13 6-812, Augmon 5-9 0-0 10, Dumars 5-122-214, Hunter 5-9 2-215, Mills 5-10 2-215, Curry 0-2 000. Totals 31-75 20-22 90. ATLANTA (78) Corbin 2-6 0-0 4, Laettner 9-16 2-2 20, Mu- ombo 1-6 6-7 8, Smith 9-19 2-2 23, Blaylock 31 1-29, Norman 1-9 0-0 3, Barry 2-3 0-0 6, Newbill 1-10-2 2, Recasner 1-11-23. Totals 297212-1778. Detroit 23 17 24 26—90 Atlanta 20 24 15 19—78 3-Point goals—Detroit 8-20 (Hunter 3-5, Mills 3-7, Dumars 2-5, Hill 0-1, Long 0-1, Curry 0-1). Atlanta 8-24 (Smith 3-7, Barry 2-3, Blaylock 2-5, Norman 1-7, Corbin 0-1, Laeltner 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Detroit 44 (Hill 15), At- anta 50 (Mutombo 11). Assists—Detroit 20 (Hill 9), Atlanta 11 (Smith, Blaylock 3). Total fouls- Detroit 22, Atlanta 20. Technicals—Detroit illegal defense. A—16,378 (16,378). HEAT 97, PACERS 95 MIAMI (97) Majerle 6-15 0-1 14, Thomas 3-11 1-1 7, taming 8-10 11-14 27, Danilovic 5-9 2-3 15, Hardaway 8-20 7-10 25, Austin 0-2 1-31, Grant 3-3 0-0 6, Asklns 1-2 OX) 2. Totals 34-72 22-32 97. INDIANA (95) McKey 4-136-8 15, D.Davis 3-8 1-2 7, A.Davis 2-8 5-5 9, Miller 11-22 9-11 34, Best 5-9 1-211, Scott 2-4 2-2 6. Workman 1-3 0-1 2, Rose 2-3 45 8, Williams 0-2 0-0 0, Allen 1-1 0-0 3. Totals 31-7328-3695. Miami 22 25 28 22— 97 Indiana 29 19 18 29— 95 3-Point goals—Miami 7-26, (Danilovic 3-5. Majerla 2-10, Hardaway 2-10. Askins 0-1), Indi- ana 5-11 (Miller 3-6, Allen 1 1, McKey 1 -2, Best 0-1. Workman 0-1). Fouled out—Mourning, Austin. Rebounds—Miami 47 (Thomas 9). Indiana 51 (McKey, D Davis 12). Assists—Miami 20 (Hardaway 9), Indiana 25 (D.Davis 5). Total fouls—Miami 34, Indiana 25. Technical fouls— Miller: Cleveland Coach Brown: Cleveland Assistant Coach King: Cleveland Illegal defense. A—15.948 (16.530). CAVS 98, BULLETS 96 CLEVELAND (98) Mills 5-11 0-0 10, Hill 5-8 2-5 12. West 0-3 0-0 0, Sura 4-6 0-0 9. Brandon 12-28 6-631. Ferry 3-66-612, Polapenko 7-14 8-9 22, Geary 0-3 00 0, Thomas 1-3 0-0 2, Marshall 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 37-85 22-26 98, WASHINGTON (96) Howard 8-17 5-10 21, Grant 2-62-2 7, Webber 7-17 1-4 15, Cheaney6-11 0-0 12. Strickland 5136-1416. Wallace 1-1 0-0 2, Jackson 2-5 2-4 6. Murray 1-7 0-0 2, Whrlney 3-4 5-5 13. Fish 11 0-02. Totals 36-82 21-39 96. Cleveland 22 20 24 24 8—98 Washington 18 24 31 17 6—96 3-Point goals—Cleveland 2-14 (Sura 1-1, Brandon 1-7, Ferry 0-1, Marshall 0-1, Thomas 02. Mills 0-2). Washington 3-8 (Whitney 2-3. Grant 1-1. Strickland 0-1, Jackson 0-1, Murray 0-2). Fouled out—Webber, Hill. Potapenko. Rebounds—Cleveland 60 (Hill 15). Washington 56 (Webber, Howard 9). Assists—Cleveland 13 (Brandon 7), Washington 19 (Strickland 6 ). Total fouls—Cleveland 33, Washington 24. Techni- cals—Cleveland coach Fratello. A—18.756 (18,756). BULLS 115, SIXERS 86 PHILADELPHIA (86) Davis 3-8 1-1 8. Wealherspoon 7-7 0-0 14, Coleman 2-9 0-1 4. Iverson 4-13 5-8 15, Stackhouse 4-13 0-0 9. MacLean 8-17 0-1 16, Harris 4-71-211, Overton 0-6 0-0 0, Williams 1-61-2 3, Cage 1-2 0-0 2, Wallers 0-1 4-4 4. Totals 348912-2286 CHICAGO (115) Pippen 9-19 3-5 22. Rodman 1-5 0-0 2. Longley 3-45-611, Harper 7-12 1 • 1 19. Jordan 11 -20 2-2 27. Kukoc 4-7 4-4 12. Brown 2-7 0-0 5. Kerr 3-9 0-0 6. Wennington 2-5 2-2 6, Simpkins 1-1 00 2, Buechler 1-4 0-0 3. Totals 44-93 17-20 115. Philadelphia 17 21 26 22— 86 Chicago 27 35 33 20—115 3-Point goals—Philadelphia 6-13 (Iverson 2-3, Harris 2-3, Davis 1-1, Slackhouse 1-3, Ovorton 0-1, Walters 0-1, Coleman 0-1), Chicago 10-24 (Harper 4-5, Jordan 3-7, Brown 1-1, Buechler 13, Pippen 1-4. Kukoc 0-1. Kerr 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Philadelphia 61 (Daws 9), Chicago 56 (Rodman 12). Assists—Philadelphia 18 (Overton 5), Chicago 29 (Pippen 9). Total louls—Philadelphia 20. Chicago 20. Techni- cals—Williams, Overton, Rodman. A—24,040 (21,711). Junior college MEN BROWN MACKIE 101 NORTHEASTERN COLORADO 99 NORTHEASTERN COLORADO Padilla 3 4-4 11, Jeltema 1 0-0 2, Ford 7 9-9 26, Johnston 3 0-0 9, Davis 2 0-0 6, Borrogo 4 2-210, Hansen 3 0-0 7, Howey 7 4-4 23, Holmes 2 0-0 4, Beryman 01-21. Totals 32 20-21 99. BROWN MACKIE (1-1) Rivers 30-0 6, McCurdy 01-31, Glenn 109-9 29, Robinson 14 4-5 36, Sharkey 4 4-5 13, Spencer 5 0-310, Daniels 30-16. Totals 39 1825101. Halftimsscore-41-41.3-pointgoals- NE 1527 (Howey 5, Ford 3, Johnson 3, Davis 2, Hanson 1, Padilla 1); BM 5-17 (Robinson 4, Sharkey 1). Rebounds - NE 36 (Hanson 8), BM 45 (Spencer 10). Fouls - NE 24, BM 19. Fouled out - none. Assists - NE 26 (Padilla 6), BM 25 (Sharkey 9). Turnovers - NE 25, BM 25. Records-NEO-2,BM1-1. WOMEN NORTHEASTERN COLORADO 51 BROWN MACKIE 37 NORTHEASTERN COLORADO Braligana 1-3 0-0 2, Zamora 0-1 0-0 0, Miller 2-5 6-8 10, Mosley 6-120-014; Rivale 1-21-2 3, Loefller 3-6 0-2 6, Sandy 2-13 1-1 6, Safrikova 0-3 0-0 0, Slaggs 0-2 0-0 0, Stump 0-4 0-0 0, Ryan 0-0 2-2 2, Houts 3-5 0-0 8. Totals 18-56 10-1551. BROWN MACKIE (0-2) Hance 2-4 1-4 5, Mollenkamp 1-3 0-0 2, Murray 0-3 0-0 0, Albright 0-1 0-0 0, Mines 3-11 2-2 9, Cooper 5-11 0-2 10, Alton 3-4 0-6 6, Farmer 1-2 0-1 2, Redding 1-1 1-2 3. Totals 16-41 4-17 37. Maritime - NE, 26-18. 3-point goals - NE 5-19 osley 2, Houls 2, Sandy 1), BM 1-6 (Hines 1). Rebounds - NE 40 (Sandy 6), BM 41 (Cooper 8). Fouls - NE 18, BM 17. Fouled out - Mosley. Assists - NE 12 (Sandy 4), BM 13 (Cooper, Johnston 3). Turnovers - NE 29, BM 37. Exhibition MEN KANSAS WESLEYAN 88, ALUMNI 85 KANSAS WESLEYAN ALUMNI Smith 7, Tillman 6, Brown 4, Spears 12. Addl- son 8, Mclntyre 15, Gentz 20, Brown 8, Gormley 2, Cole 2, Blngesser 1. KANSAS WESLEYAN VARSITY Ellis 1, Bell 6, Terry 2, Webb 10, Iselin 7, Ostmeyer 2, Goodnight 20, Lloyd 7, Druse 2, Wo- tylko 3, Govane 2, Klingenberg 7, Weldenhalt 19. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pis GF GA Florida 8 • 1 4 20 41 23 NY Hangers 6 6 3 15 51 45 Philadelphia 7 7 0 14 38 39 New Jersey 5 5 1 11 25 32 Tampa Bay 5 5 1 11 37 35 Washington 5 7 0 10 34 39 NY Islanders 254 8 29 30 Northeast Division W L T Pts GF GA Buffalo 6 6 0 12 34 36 Hartford 5 3 2 12 32 28 Ottawa 3 4 5 11 34 39 Boston 4 5 2 10 36 36 Montreal 4 5 2 10 45 46 Pittsburgh 390 6 32 50 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts GF GA Dallas 9 3 0 18 36 25 Chicago 7 5 2 16 36 34 Detroit 7 5 2 16 36 28 Toronto 6 6 0 12 36 39 Phoenix 56 1 11 30 33 St. Louis 5 8 0 10 38 42 Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA Colorado 841 17 50 31 Calgary 7 6 I 15 39 32 Edmonton 7 6 0 14 45 40 Los Angeles 6 6 2 14 38 44 San Jose 5 6 3 13 41 45 Vancouver 6 5 0 12 35 35 Anaheim 292 6 31 53 Friday's results Oelroil 2. Ottawa 2, lie Washington 4. Pittsburgh 2 Buffalo 4, St. Louis 2 Chicago 3. Dallas 2, OT Phoenix 3, Calgary 2. OT Vancouver 5. Edmonton 4, OT Anaheim 4, San Jose 3 Saturday's results New Jersey 2, Tampa Bay 1 NY Rangers 5, Boston 2 Los Angeles 3, Hartford 2 NY Islanders 6, Washington 1 Pittsburgh 7. Ottawa 3 Philadelphia 3, Florida 2 Toronto 6. Detroit 2 Buffalo al Colorado (n) Calgary at Vancouver (n) Montreal at San Jose (n) Sunday's games Edmonton at Chicago, 2 p.m. Dallas at St. Louis. 6 p.m. Colorado at Anaheim, 8 p.m. Montreal at Phoenix. 9 p.m. Cross country College results DIG 12 CONFERENCE At Ames, Iowa MEN Team scores Colorado 66. Nebraska 70, Iowa Slate 95, Missouri 140, Oklahoma State 153, Kansas Slate 156, Texas 169, Kansas 171, Baylor 222, Texas ASM 248. Oklahoma 251, Texas Tech 338. Top 20 medalists 1. Klptarus, N, 24:52; 2. Boor, N. 25:04; 3. Kirkwood, 0, 25:19; 4. Nlcolson, OS, 25:24; 5. Balliner, C, 25:24; 6. Ihmels, IS. 25:29; 7. Clive- Smilh. KS. 25:34; 8. Tolgyesi, N. 25:38; 9. Farrow, IS. 25:39; 10. Pullins, K, 25:44; 11. Carlsen, OS, 25:47; 12. Cron, C, 25:49; 13. Tieman, C, 25:52; 14. Seven/, C, 25:52; 15. Wright, IS, 25:53; 16. Larabee, OS, 25:57; 17. Schultz, K, 25:58; 18. Lempirlkany, IS, 25:59; 19. Dominguez, KS, 26:03; 20. Lengeleld, A&M. 26:04. WOMEN Team scores Colorado 30, Missouri 78, Nebraska 123, Iowa State 125, Baylor 148, Oklahoma Stale 165, Kansas State 192, Texas 202, Texas Tech 211, Oklahoma 231, Kansas 256, Texas A&M 302. Top 20 medalists 1. Smith, C, 17:59; 2. Messner, C, 18:02; 3. Wille, Colorado, 18:03; 4. Framme, OS, 18:06; 5. Koch, T, 18:06; 6. Windier, M, 18:06; 7. Smedslad, OS, 18:07; 8. Davis. M, 18:09; 9, Dingley, OS, 18:09; 10. Allen, M, 18:23; 11. Wheeler, C, 18:25; 12. Groves, IS, 18:27; 13. Glyde, C, 18:34; 14. Pounds, IS, 18:36; 15. Gilbertson. 0,18:36; 16. Koppes, TT, 18:38; 17. McNamara. KS, 18:39; 18. Blackmer, N, 18:40; 19. Ernslrom; B, 18:41; 20. Daniel, TT, 18:41. KANSAS CONFERENCE at BUI Burke Park, Sallna MEN Team scores — Southwestern 17, Ottawa 60, Tabor 88, Kansas Wesleyan 103, Sterling 121. Southwestern qualifiers — 1. Jeff Prothro, 25:45; 2. Mike Shaw, 25:52; 3. Shawn Papon, 25:52; 5. Jason Teubner, 26:20; 6. Jon Cunningham, 26:21; 7. Patrick Whelpley, 26:31; 8. Eric Hunt, 26:37. Other qualifiers — 4. Jeremy Josl, Tabor, 26:16; 9. Chris Sawyer. Kansas Wesleyan, 26:55; 11. Jon Guarjardo, 27:05; 12. Rikki Hacker, Ottawa, 27:08; 15. Brent Walker, Ottawa, 27:24. Other Kansas Wesleyan results—23. Sean Ellelt, 27:56; 39. Brad Druse, 29:27; 45. Charles Jarboe, 31:45; 50. Chris Miller, 33:18; 53. David Tolls, 35:59. Bethany results — 40. Justin Grimmett, 29:51; 44. Clint Rush, 31:37; 49. Matt Austermiller, 32:48; 53. Doug Procter, 36:11. WOMEN Team scores — Soulhwestom 32, Ottawa 44, Kansas Wesleyan 90, Sterling 92, Bethany 108. Southwestern qualifiers — 1. Carrie Cook, 18:52; 2. Raquel Rios, 19:07; 6, Pam Richer!, 19:51; 10. Becky Oppliger, 20:22; 13. Tori Helmer, 20:35; 15. Misty Williams, 20:51. Other qualifiers — 3. Heather Wisdom, 01- lawa, 19:34; 4. Jamay Thomas, Bethany; 5. Re- lekah Erickson, Kansas Wesleyan, 19:49; 7. Rebecca Patterson, 19:56; 8. Tarah Colvin, Sterling, 20:01. Other Kansas Wesleyan results — 18. Tr- sha Theer, 21:18; 20. Kasay Roberts, 21:27; 24. Jessica Wheeler, 21:54; 25. Karl Derksen, 22:13. Other Bethany rssults —17. Dalene Peterson, 21:07; 32. Amy Revis, 26:03; 33. Tert Rels- sig, 26:41; 34. Chris Rusch, 27:22; 35. Diane Keelover, 33:29. Volleyball College results AT SALINA Kansas Wesleyan del. McPherson, 15-4, 1917,15-4 AT WINFIELD Bethel del. Southwestern, 15-4,15-13,15-9 AT LINDSBORG Sterling del. Bethany, 15-7,15-11,15-13 High school STATE TOURNAMENTS CLASS 6A At Kansas Expocontre, Topeka Semifinals — BV Northwest del. Lawrence, 15-13,15-13; Leavenworth del. Manhattan, 1513,15-12. Third place — Lawrence del. Manhattan, 15- 9,15-9. Championship — BV Northwest del. Leavenworth. 15-11, 15-6. CLASS 5A At Kansas Expocentre. Topeka Semifinals — Wichita Carroll dnl Topoks Seaman, 8-15. 15-6, 15-8; SM Miege del. St. Thomas Aquinas. 13-15.15-8. 15-13 Third place — St. Thomas Aquinas del Topeka Seaman. 11-15, 15-13.15-7 Championship — Wichita Carroll del SM Miege, 15-9,9-15,15-8. CLASS 4A At Sallna Bicentennial Center Semifinals — Sanla Fi> Trail del. Perry- Lecompton. 15-13, 16-18. 15-3: Ottawa del. Haven, 15-11. 15-10 Third place — Perry-Lecomplon del Haven, 17-15,15-1. Championship — Santa Fe Trail del. Ottawa. 7-15,15-1.15-4. CLASS 3A At Sallna Bicentennial Center Semifinals — Hesston del. Silver Lake, 1511, 16-16, 16-14; Nemaha Valley del. Riley County, 12-15. 15-7, 15-12. Third plsce — Riley County del. Silver Lake, 15-12.15-2. Championship — Nemaha Valley del. Hesston, 15-6.6-14. 16-14. CLASS 2A At Gross Coliseum, Hays Semifinals — Goessel del. Rossville, 15-8. 15-8; Garden Plain del. Greensburg. 15-9,15-8 Third place —Rossville del. Greensburg. 1510.15-7. Championship — Garden Plain del. Goessel, 15-4,13-15,15-4. CLASS 1A At Gross Coliseum, Hays Semifinals — Weskan del. Jewell. 15-10,1215,15-7; Centralla del. Argonia. 15-1.15-2. Third place — Jewell del. Argonia. 15-11,1510. Championship — Weskan del. Cenlralia. 915,15-12.15-8. Golf PGA scores BRASELTON, Ga. (AP) — Top 15 scores Saturday after the third round ol the S1.9 million Sarazen World Open on the Chateau Elan's 6,967-yard, par-72 (36-36) The Legends Course: Scott Hoch 68-64-70—202 Frank Nobilo 66-68-72—206 Craig Stadler 68-69-70—207 Payne Stewart 69-68-71—208 Daniel Chopra 69-70-70—209 Davis Love III 70-67-73—210 Nick Price 68-72-70—210 Todd Barranger 65-70-76—211 Gary Marks 69-72-71—212 Mark Calcavecchia 70-70-72—212 Malhias Gronberg 73-69-71—213 P.J. Cowan 71-70-72—213 Christopher Williams 71-67-76—214 Paul Broadhurst 69-73-72—214 Stephen Flesch 73-68-73—214 Seniors scores MILTON, Fla. (AP) — Top 10 scores Saturday after the second round of the $1.05 million Emerald Coast Classic, played on the 6.719 yards, par-70 The Moors Golf Club course: Dave Elchelberger 66-70—136 Larry Gilbert 66-70—136 JaySigel 66-71—137 Dave Stockton 66-71—137 Rocky Thompson 67-71—138 David Graham 72-66—138 Bruce Crampton 67-71—138 LeeTrevino 69-70—139 Mike Hill 68-71—139 Graham Marsh 66-73—139 Soccer College men KANSAS WESLEYAN 5, STERLING 2 Kansas Wesleyan 23 — 5 Sterling 11—2 Scoring First half — S: Tischler (penalty kick), 20lh; KW: Dlbbinl (Calvo), 35lh; KW: Stoner (Calvo). 40th. Second half — KW: Calvo (Chaney), 50th; KW: Calvo (Dibbini), 55th; KW: Dibbini (Calvo), 70th; S: Hatlestead (unassisted), 73rd. Shots on goal — KW 17, S 17. Saves — KW 8, S 5. College women STERLING S, KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 Kansas Wesleyan 00 — 0 Sterling 23 — 5 Scoring First half — S: Kingery (Egy), 25th; Kingery (Egy), 33rd. Second half — S: Egy (unassisted), 46lh; Raney (Kingery), 56th; Johnson (unassisted) 90th minute. Shots on goal — S 24, KW 5. Saves —S2, KW19. General Transactions BASKETBALL National Basketball Association GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS—Traded C Rony Seikaly and C Clifford Rozier to the Orlando Magic for C Felton Spencer, C Jon Koncak and F Donald Royal. Waived G Anthony Harris. Placed F Lou Roe and F Andrew DeClercq on the injured list. Transferred F Marcus Mann Irom the Injured list to the suspended list. HOCKEY National Hockey League COLORADO AVALANCHE—Traded D Curtis Leschyshyn and the rights to F Chris Simon to the Washington Capitals In exchange lor F Keith Jones and Washington's first round seleclion In 1998 and either a fourth round pick in 1997 or 1998. American Hockey League PORTLAND PIRATES—Recalled LW Ryan Mulhem from Hampton Roads ol the ECHL. International Hockey League CHICAGO WOLVES—Sent RW Darryl LaFranco lo Peorla of the ECHL. East Coast Hockey League PENSACOLA ICE PILOTS—Activated F Ian- nique Renaud from the injured reserve list. HIGH SCHOOL STATE CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS Class 6A BOYS Team scores SM Northwest 61. Olathe Easl 89, Derby 101, Topeka Washbum Rural 107, SM South 115, BV Stilwell 127, Hutchinson 167, Lawrence 199, Wichita Wesl 242, Wichita Heights 259, SM West 270, Garden City 283. Top 20 medalists I. Gmman, SM Northwest, 16:12.1; 2. Lufl, Olalhe Easl, 16:15.8; 3. Johnson, Garden Cily, 16:18.2; 4. Pelsma, Lawrence, 16:24.5; 5. Aiken, Derby, 16:24.8; 6. Combs. Wichita West, 16:40.6; 7. Enderby, SM Northwest, 16:41.0; 8. Lang, Topeka Washburn Rural, 16:41.4; 9. Edwards, Emporia, 16:43.4; 10. Allen, Olathe East, 16:49.0. II. Sumner, SM Northwest. 16:49.5; 12. Palmer, Topeka Washburn Rural, 16:51.1; 13. Finholm, SM Soulh, 16:51.8; 14. Willord. Derby, 16:52.4; 15. Korte, Hulchinson, 16:52.7; 16. Norwood, Hulchinson, 16:53.2; 17. Jiskra, SM South, 16:56.0; 18. Kippes, BV Stilwell, 16:57.2; 19. Gorton, SM Northwest, 16:59.4; 20. Smith, Derby, 17:01.5. GIRLS Team scores Topeka Washburn Rural 59, Olalhe South 64, BV Northwest 116, Lawrence 123, SM Easl 127, SM Northwest 147. BV Stilwell 157, Derby 205, Shawnee Heights 212, Dodge City 217, Garden City 303, Wichita North 349. Top 20 medalists I. Pape. Olalhe Soulh, 11:12.9; 2. Ballenline, BV Northwest, 11:14.0; 3. Holslon, Topeka Washburn Rural. 11:34.8; 4. Gilleran, BV Northwest, 11:35.2; 5. Ace, Emporia, 11:37.6; 6. Simecka, Topeka Washburn Rural, 11:40.4; 7. Robinson, Dodge City, 11:44.1; 8. Filzsi- mons. Olathe South, 11:44.4; 9. Kronoshek, BV Stilwell, 11:44.8; 10. LuU. SM Easl, 11:45.7. II. Kimbrough, Leavenworth. 11:45.9; 12. Yoder, Lawrence, 11:47.6; 13. Hammond. SM Easl, 11:48.7; 14. Caywood. Topeka Washbum Rural, 11:50.1: 15. Kerr. Olalhe Soulh, 11:50.4; 16. Schilling, Leavenworth, 11:56.9; 17. Dreler, Shawnee Heights. 11:57.5; 18. Shackelfoid, SM Northwest, 11:57.8: 19. Gal- brailh.iQialhe South, 12:00.8; 20. Wyall, SM Northwest. 12:01.1. Class 5A BOYS Team Standings 1. St. Thomas Aquinas 64; 2. Bishop Carroll 75; 3. Bishop Miege 92; 4. Great Bend 110; 5. Goddard 128; 6. Topeka Seaman 178; 7. Salina Soulh 197; 8. Winlield 197; 9. El Dorado 207; 10. Arkansas Cily 232; 11. Fort Scott 232; 12. Topeka Wesl 234. Individual Medalists 1. Mark Moneiee, Buhler, 16:02.3; 2. Kurt Reeves, Goddard, 16:10.4; 3. Chad Foster, Topeka Seaman, 16:16.4, 4. B.J. Bailey, St. Thomas Aquinas. 16.19.1; 5. Josh Katzer. Bishop Miege, 16:25.3; 6. Mall Dicks, Bishop Carroll, 16:26.2; 7. Mike Smith, St. Thomas Aquinas, 16:28.5; 8. Tristan DeBord, Bishop Carroll, 16:31.8; 9. Tim Puetz, St. Thomas Aquinas, 16:35.8. 10. Greg Gann, Arkansas City, 16:37.1; 11. Dan Raplinger, Bishop Miege, 16:41.0; 12. Nathan Wadsworth, Andover, 16:42.5; 13. Brell Watson, Andover, 16:53.9; 14. Andrew Shimon, Winlield, 16:55.2; 15. Michael Hedquisl, Bishop Miege, 16:55.6; 16. Roger Edmonds, Goddard, 16:57.0; 17. Colton Bar- lels, Greal Bend. 16:58.0: 18. Malt Davis, Topeka Wesl. 16:56.5; 19. James Damilini, Bishop Carroll. 16:59.4; 20. Andy Humpert, Winlield, 17:00.6. Sallna Individuals 21. Adam Moos, Salina Central, 17:01.5; 24. Chad Wahlgren, Salina Soulh, 17:08.7; 39. Mall Perry. Salina South, 17:36.5; 51. Brian Lamia, Salina Soulh. 17:50.7; 56. Steve Waters, Salina South. 17:57.6; 65. Trinity Mulh, Salina Soulh, 18:16.6; 75. Cory Birdsong, Sall- na South, 18:29.0; 76. Brandon Ebert, Salina Soulh, 18:30.0. GIRLS Team Standings I. El Dorado 40; 2. Bishop Carroll 73. 3. McPherson 115; 4 SI. Thomas Aquinas 123; 5, Bishop Miege 126; 6. Great Bend 137; 7. Arkansas Cily 160; 8. Salina Soulh 184; 9. Topeka Seaman 210; 10. Fort Scoll 217: 11. Topeka Wesl 277. | Individual Medalists 1. Sara Brinkley, Winlield, 11:28.0; 2. Amanda Crouse, Arkansas City, 11:28.4; 3. Morgan Kadel, El Dorado, 11:46.4; 4. Katie Klncaid, Bishop Miege, 11:50.6; 5. Tabitha Thomas, El Dorado, 11:54.9; 6. Kali Jo Todd, Fort Scott, 12.01.6; 7. Erica Foltz, El Dorado. 12:06.9; 8. Daisy Delay, El Dorado, 12:07.2; 9. Cassle Helmer, Winlield, 12:12.8. 10. Andrea Mohr. Bishop Carroll, 12:13.3; 11. Brooke Snowden, Arkansas City, 12:13.8; 12. Anne Messner, St. Thomas Aquinas, 12:14.5; 13. Christy Lyddon, Liberal, 12:15.2; 14. Kelly Kincaid, Bishop Miege, 12:16.0; 15. Katie Malinak, St. Thomas Aquinas, 12:16.2; 16. Jessica Williams. Salina Central, 12:16.6; 17. Shelly Heinen, McPherson, 12:16.9; 18. Larissa Hilger, Bishop Carroll, 12:20.4; 19. Shauna Burrell, Seaman, 12.20.8; 20. Amanda Grady. Bishop Carroll, 12:21.8. Sallna South Individuals 30. Jami Scoville, 12:40.8; 38. Tina Baxa, 12:53.6; 49. Amanda Pralt, 13:06.2; 53. Lesa McCumber, 13:10.3; 59. Amanda Lampa, 13:19.1; 80. Jenny Valdez, 13:51.0; 93. Lindsay Reichers, 14:30.9. Class 4A At Wamogo Country Club BOYS Team scores 1. Augusta 74; 2. Wamego 62; 3. Baldwin 111; 4. Topeka Hayden 114; 5. Chapman 168; 6. Ellsworth 175; 7. Abilene 177; 8. Ottawa 178; 9. Pratt 187; 10. Paola 191; 11. Labette County 255; 12. Ulysses 262. Individual medalists 1. Brian Blachly, Paola, 16:36.83; 2. David Pressgrove, Baldwin, 16:43; 3. Jerrod Holtman, Augusla, 16:47; 4. Ben Orozco. Ellsworth, 16:56; 5. Keith Fouls. Ottawa, 17:02; 6. Bradley Wade, Prairie View, 17:05; 7. John Miller. Bonner Springs, 17:09; 8. Joel Schmidt. DeSolo, 17:14.04; 9. Akiba Medina, Baldwin, 17:14.30. 10. Scotl Nelson, Santa Fe Trail, 17:17; 11. Juslin Hollman, Augusla, 17:18; 12. Tim Welch, Augusla. 17:19; 13. Cody Smith, Ellsworth, 17:20; 14. Ryan Lane, Wamogo, 17:22; 15. Lucas Alberg, Pratt, 17:23.27; 16. John Campbell: 17. Matt Janke, Chapman. 17:24; 18. Curtis Maglnley, Wamego, 17:27.17; 19. Alan Bossert, Colby, 17:27.71; 20. Ricardo Gonzalas, Topeka Hayden, 17:28.19. GIRLS Team scores 1. Ottawa 62; 2. Clay Center, 72; 3. Wamego 76; 4. Labette County 100; 5. Paola 125; 6. Baldwin 166; 7. Sabelha 172; 8. Thomas Mora Prep-Marian 216; 9. Chaparral 227; 10. Pratt 237; 11. Scott City 256; 12. Colby 321. Individual medalists 1. Abby Friggeri, Girard, 12:28.85: 2. Bridget Morrisey, Ottawa, 12:32.65; 3. Hannah Roberts, Labetle Co.. 12:34.52; 4. Slacy Kahrs, Clay Center, 12:40; 5. Tara Hudspeth, Paola, 12:40; 6. Sara Ferguson, Clay Center, 12:41; 7. Stephanie Colt, Clay Center, 12:43; 8. Bridget Waugh, Labette Co., 12:46; 9. Aileen Murphy. KC Ward, 12:47. 10. Leann Lehman, Sabelha, 12:48; 11. Jessica Sylvester, Ottawa, 12:52; 12. Sara Eckstein, Wamego, 12:53; 13. Jessica Michaels, Wamego, 12:56; 14. Kim Lemon, Clearwaler, 12:59; 15. Sheldi Banker. Wamego, 13:00; 16. Rhonda Allen, Labette Co., 13:00; 17. Slacy Zuzzio, Baldwin, 13:02; 18. Addle Sullivan, Hollon, 13:03; 19. Wendy Duran, Ottawa, 13:06; 20. Katie Eberhart, Labette Co., 13:07. Class 3A At Wamego Country Club BOYS Team scores 1. Eudora 83; 2. Leoll 87; 3. Wabaunsee 105; 4. Southeast of Saline 132; 5. Riley County 140; 6. Hoislnglon 160; 7. McLoulh 160; 8. Nemaha Valley 192; 9. Smith Center 202; 10. Caney Valley 208; 11. Douglass 213; 12. Belle Plalne 245. Individual medalist* 1. Ben Slgle, Riley County, 16:27; 2. Nilo Blochlingor, Minneapolis, 16:36; 3. Jeremy Wilson, Northern Helghls, 17:18; 4. Ray Phillips, McLouth, 17:20; 5. Justin Rempel, Hesston, 17:28; 6. Kenan Staples, Eudora, 17:29; 7. Derek Pridey, Wichita County, 17:35; 8. David Wells. Galena, 17:36; 9. Eric Bloom, Eudora. 17:37. 10. Jacob Hankins, SW Helghls, 17:40.13; 11. John Bloomlield, Wabaunsee, 17:40.J>8; 12. John Weber, Hoisington, 17:41; 13. Joe Frederick, Wabaunsee, 17:42; 14. Travis Rickford, Leotl, 17:44; 15. Joey Devlin, Royal Valley, 17:45; 16. Bryan Clark, Nemaha Valley, 17:46; 17. Daniel Craig, SE of Saline, 17:47; 18. Freddy Franco. Lakln, 17:48.42; 19. Jared Kendall, Phllllpsburg, 17:48; 20. Kyle Buerman, McLouth, 17:49. Other SE Saline results 32. Mike Willis, 18:11; 37. Jason Evans, 18:22; 53. Regan Ellertson, 18:50.10; 54. Aaron Pavkov, 18:50.71; 61. Ban Owen, 18:56.54; 78. Joey Daniels, 19:45.69. GIRLS Team score*. 1. Riley County 55; 2. Belle Plalne 74; 3. Southeast of Saline 89; 4. Hoisington 99; 5. Northern Heights 151; 6. St. John 152; 7. Eudora 158:8. Smith Center 210; 9. Nemaha Valley 242; 10. McLouth 253; 11. Eureka 257; 12. Caney Valley 306. Individual medalists 1. Amy Mortimer, Riley Co., 11:51.65; 2. Lindsey Barnes, Smith Cenler, 12:12; 3. Kristl Shelley. Northern Heights, 12:27; 4. Jeanetta Mott, St. Marys, 12:39; 5. Ashley Whitham, Laoll, 12:41; 6. Jessa Sleln, Eudora, 12:42; 7. Jenny Morse, Royal Valley, 12:56; 8, Erin Phillips, Hoislnglon, 13:04; 9. Leslie Brady, SE ol Saline, 13:22. 10. Slacey Chaloupka, Belle Plalne, 13:12; 11. Kim Henen, Hoisington, 13:17; 12. Kayla Amerin, SW Heights, 13:18; 13. Holly Lewis, Riley Co., 13:19; 14. Stacie Justice, SE ol Saline, 13:22; 15. Chalcea Helm, Belle Plalne, 13:28; 16. Dolly Sando, Riley Co., 13:28; 17. Liz Willis. Hoisington, 13:29; 18. Slacey Huerter, Silver Lake, 13:30; 19. Suzanne Baca, SI. John, 13:30; 20. Nicole Taylor, Marion, 13:30. Other SE Saline results 26. Marci Keeler, 13:33; 28. Kelly Jackson, 13:36; 40. Janelle Lund, 14:02; 52. Jami Davis, 14:26; 84. Brandy Reese, 16:29. Class 2-1A At Wamego Country Club BOYS Team scores 1. Quinter 66; 2. Meade 78; 3. Slanton County 82; 4. Goessel 116; 5. Burrton 145; 6. Jefferson Co. North 173; 7. Oxford 186; 8. Berean Academy 201; 9. Linn 218; 10. Sacred Heart 224; 11. Washington 237; 12. Cenlralia 248. Individual medalists 1. Junior Vasquez, Rolla, 17:04; 2. Waylon Lawson, Hillcrest, 17:30; 3. Landon Porter, Qulnler, 17:34; 4. Joe Warner, Slanlpn Co., 17:35; 5. Eric Reamer, Rossville, 17:36; 6. Josh Young, Ulica, 17:37; 7. Anlhony Nicholl, Jeff North, 17:38; 8. Greg Zimmerman, Quinter, 17:45; 9. Brett Samuels, Olpe, 17:47. 10. Jared Sims. Meade, 17:52; 11. Landon Kersey, Stanton Co., 17:55; 12. Andy Wlens, Meade, 17:56; 13. Nate Jacobs, Oxford, 17:57; 14. Dale Polk, Syracuse, 18:01; 15. Philip Gill, Welmore, 18:03; 16. Jeff Parks, Stanlon Co.. 18:06; 17. Jeremiah Wisner, Burrton, 18:06; 18. Victor Peterson, Tribune, 18:10; 19, Logan Duerkson, Goessel, 18:11; 20. Matt Baker, North Central. 18:14. Sacred Heart Results 32. Ryan Prickett, 18:38; 33. Frank Milazzo, 16:39; 62. Mall Kassalman, 19:34; 82. Fabian Armendariz, 20:52; 87. Chris Mergen, 21:33; 89. Bryan Kelly, 21:56. GIRLS Team scores 1. Slanton County 34; 2. Hanover 69; 3. Dighlon 95; 4. Oxford 129; 5. Qulnler 131; 6. Olpe 140; 7. Ashland 189; 8. Downs 229; 9. Jackson Helghls 232; 10. Burrton 240; 11. Pretty Prairie 249. Individual medalists 1. Dodle Martin, Slanton Co., 12:26.27; 2. Katharine Black, Chase Co.. 12:46.16; 3. Jackie Stiles, Clallin, 12:46.38; 4. Sara Wells, Sacred Heart, 12:59; 5. Samantha Walker, Stan- Ion Co., 13:09; 6. Rachel Nelson, Stanlon Co., 13:14; 7. Bridget Young. Utica. 13:20; 8. Kalie Lawrenz, Pratt Skyline, 13:22; 9. Stacey Young, Plainvllle, 13:23. 10. Elizabeth Stover, Quinter, 13:24:11. Kyle Lewis, Frontenac, 13:32; 12. Kelcey Moser, Tribune, 13:33; 13. Amy Adams, Slanlon Co.. 13:37.36; 14. Carletta Silvey, Williamsburg. 13:37.61; 15. Megan Moloney, St. Xavier. 13:42.11; 16. Anne Zeller, Olpe, 13:42.53; 17. Carmelite, Goossen, Goessel, 13:43; 18. Gayle Blery, Hutch Central Christian, 13:45; 19. Jennifer Elliott. Oxford, 13:46; 20. Misty Cole, Washington, 13:48. Ell-Saline results 32. Krisline Isaacson, 14:19. w SPORTS DIGEST Fire ball The Associated Press Driver Michael Laughlin Jr. crawls from his flaming car after he hit a barrier during qualifying for the Jiffy Lube 300 in Miami on Saturday. Laughlin suffered third-degree burns on his hands and second-degree burns on his neck. Auto racing HOMESTEAD, Fla. — It was supposed to come down to this. A shootout for the championship in the final race of the season. And that's exactly what Randy LaJoie and David Green are looking at as they prepare for the Jiffy Lube 300 NASCAR Busch Series season finale today at the Metro- Dade Homestead Motorsports Complex.There's some drama here. LaJoie has a 33-point lead. If he finishes sixth or better, he wins his first NASCAR Busch Series title and the second straight for BACE Motorsports (who fielded cars for 1995 champ Johnny Benson). Baseball TOKYO — It was a homecoming for Hideo Nomo. He didn't disappoint the fans, and they didn't disappoint him. A loud ovation welcomed Nomo back to Japan, and he got a U.S. major- league all-star team started toward a 6-1 victory Saturday in an exhibition game against the top players from Japan's Central and Pacific leagues. Basketball FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The NCAA will send Arkansas a letter of inquiry alledging school administrators don't maintain sufficient control over the basketball program, CBS television reported Saturday. Athletic director Frank Broyles told The Associated Press the report wasn't true. The daughter of the university's chancellor quit an academic counselor's position in September after acknowledging she typed correspondence course papers for a basketball player, and last season, the school let two players play before certifying their junior college transcripts. Broyles said the report was premature and that the university didn't have any indication a letter of inquiry would be sent. SAN JOSE, Calif. — The Golden State Warriors traded suspended center Rony Seikaly and his backup, Clifford Rozier, to the Orlando Magic today for Felton Spencer, Jon Koncak and Donald Royal. Seikaly, who spent the past two years with the Warriors after six seasons in Miami, was obtained to fill Orlando's hole at center since Shaquille O'Neal went to the Los Angeles Lakers as a free agent this summer. Football NEWTON, Mass. — Boston College has launched an investigation into rumors of gambling surrounding its football team, although none have been substantiated, athletic director Chet Gladchuk said Saturday night. "This university will • never tolerate any degree of unethical, illegal and immoral conduct in any way by anyone," he said. "Therefore, any rumor that surfaces that may even have the most remote connotation is something that we are going to take very seriously." He said the university had contacted the district attorney's office for guidance. The college is in Newton, which is under the jurisdiction of the Middlesex district attorney's office. A spokeswoman, Jill Reilly, did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment. The school's announcement came two days after the football team was upset 20-13 by Pittsburgh, an 11-point underdog. Golf BRASELTON, Ga. — Scott Hoch managed his game and difficult weather conditions to stretch his lead to four shots Saturday in the third round of the Sarazen World Open Championship. Hoch shot a 2-under-par 70 for a 54-hole total of 14-under 202 on the hilly 6,967-yard The Legends course at Chateau Elan, a resort 50 miles north of Atlanta. Defending champion Frank Nobilo of New Zealand remained second after a 72. Tennis CHICAGO — Jennifer Capriati returned to the form that made her a star at age 14, dominating the world's No. 1 player, Monica Seles, 6-3, 6-3 on Saturday night and moving into the finals of the Ameritech Cup. "For me, it's great to be out there, having fun and just playing again, coming out and playing well every night. That is what is important to me," she said. Seles said she was simply outplayed. "We played some good tennis, but Capriati played some great shots." 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