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2S Sunday, December 10, 2000. WWW.CREATFALLSTRIBUNE.COM GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE (fiT?73r4irrrr I MacDonald wins C M. Russets Mad MacOonald pinned Eureka's Gerald Lopez In their 171 -pound wresting match Friday afternoon lh Mining City Duals m Butlt. Saturday's results were incorrsot. Tha Groat Fats Tribune San all anon and strives lo correct ma aspompHy tieserjallhs sports dsek. 791-1470, o (800) 4364600, lo request 1 correction. Kallspell sweeps HAVRE - KakspetJ twapt the turn Was In Via Havre Invttallorial ewmmtng maal Saturday. Tha Breves edged Oraal Fall High 116-110 lo win lha boys laam championship and dalaalad Havra 17041 lo cap-tura tha gate' crown. Complete raaulta or rha meet n appear In Mondays Tnburra. i i Albrecht Richards Memorial Tourney Hara are Saturday'! results tram tha 18th annual Kriatan Albracht Richards Memorial lennta loumamerri, which continual today at Maadow Lark Country Club. Thara wara 72 antnn In lha loumamant. including (anna playan from Bozeman. Mruoula. Warn, Gallatin Oataway, Havra and Oraal Fata. Boyf 14 trnotat Firat Round Andraw Lanon, Boiaman, dsf Adam An-danon, GF, 7-S. 6-2; Jonathan Scott, Missoula, dal. Korey Alfred, OF, 6-0, 6-0; Jcahua Horton, OF, del. Ban Tenglessn, Bozeman, 6-2, 6-0; Michael Weldenberg, QF, det. Stove Jackson, Bozeman, 7-6, 64; Oan Dnnkwarler. OF, dal Jason Scott. Mis-cuia, 6-2, 6-0; Jaka Bahrana, Missoula, del. Tytar Faganstrom. OF. 6-1 , 6-2; Tannar Sutton, Braings. del Austin Erwin, GF. 6-3, 6-1; Arthur Modlinski, Bozeman, dat. Spencer Gray, GF, 7-5, 4-6. 64. Il Today's TV sports RODEO 10 i.m. ESPN2-RodM. PRCA National Finals -Ninth Round. From Las Vegas. (Taped) 8922667 2:30 p.m. ESPN-Rodeo. PRCA National Finals -Championship Round. From Las Vegas. (Same-day Tape) 316497 NFL FOOTBALL 11 a.m. (TfO-NFL Football. Pittsburgh Stealers at New York Giants From Giants Stadium In East Rutherford, N.J. (Schedule to subject to change) (Live) fl 396364 FOX-NFL Football. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins. From Pro Player Stadium In Miami. (Schedule subject to change) (Live) fl 676010 2 p.m. FOX-NFL Football. Minnesota Vikings at St. Louis Rams. From the Trans World Dome at America's Center in St. Louis. (Schedule subject to change) (Live) A 376766 6:30 p.m. ESPN-NFL Football. New York Jets at Oakland Raiders. From the Network Associates Coliseum in Oakland, Calif. (Live) 276923 COLLEGE SOCCER 11 a.m. ESPN-College Soccer. NCAA Division I Championship Connecticut or Southern Methodist vs. Creighton or Indiana. From Charlotte, N.C. (Live) 226671 OOLF 12 p.m. (TQ-PQA Golf. World Golf ChampionshipWorld Cup Final Day. From Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Live) 46590 2 p.m. 11 fQ-OoH. FatherSon Challenge. Father-son tandems compete from Paradise Island, Bahamas, (live) A 60710 WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL 12:30 p.m. ESPN2-Women '. Collage Basketball. Big TenSEC Challenge Michigan State at Alabama. (Live) 8117590 2:30 p.m. ESPN2-W0men's College Basketball. Big TenSEC Challenge VanderbiK at Penn Stale. (Live) 8368720 WOMEN'S SOCCER S p.m. ESPN2-Women's Soccer. Mexico at U.S. National Team. From Houston. (Live) 2077331 COACHES SHOWS 10:35 p.m. (TT Q -Coach Jo Glenn. Montana Football. 6690010 Today's radio sports NFL football 2p.m.,TBA, KSEN (1150 AM) rent. Okla.. 1152.090 3 Brant Lewis. Plnon. N M . 146 805 4, Clay Carny. Eagle Lake, Teue. $120,710. S, Ty Hays, Weelhertord, UMB-, I1UV.4BU. ta. Snail. 34, 6-1.2-6, 64,64. Juan Carlos Ferrero, Spam, del Pal Rafter. Australia, 6-7 (4), 7-6 (2), t-l 3-1, retired. Doubted Juan BalceHs and Alex Corretja. Spain, dat. Sandon StoUe and Mark Woodlorde, Australia, 64, 64, 64, Honda Seniors LONDON (AP) Results Saturday of the Honda Challenge Semore Indoor tennis tournament at Royal Albert Hat: Larson del Soon. 6-0, 64; Horton del. Waldanbarg, 8-0, 6-1; Drinkwalter del. Behrene by default, Arthur ModbnaM del. Sultan. 6-2, 6-3. Boys' 16 singles First Round J. Conner, QF, det. Jeremy Henlnger, Havre. 6-3, 64; Jeke Behrene, Missoula, del. Spencer Gray, QF. 6-2, 7-6 Sean Harris. Bikings, del. Conner, 6-1,6-1; Andrew Larson, Bozeman, del. Cody McLain. Havra. 64, 64; Nrck McCarvel. Helena, del Behrene. 7-5, 7-3; Jacob Childress, Missoula, det. Arthur Modlmskl, Bozeman, 6-1,6-1. Boys' 18 stnffhM First Round Nick Henningar, Hsvre, del. Michael Conner. GF, 6-3, 4-6. 6-0; Jacob Childress. Missoula, det. Daniel Tengeison, Bozeman, 6-2. 7-5; Brian Slack, GF, del. mark Hassler, Bozeman, 6-3, 6-3; Adam Boer, QF, del. David Martinelli, Helena, 6-2. 6-1; Sean Harris. Billings, del. Seth Maristuen, Havra, 64, 6-1: Cody McLain, havra, del. Nick McCarvel. hetena, 6-1. 7-6: Allyn Pierce, GF, del. Ksvii Hams. Brtkngs by default Ouarterflnara Yevgeny Supeko, Billings, del. Hennthger, 6-1,6-1; ChUdreas del. Stock, 6-1 . 6-1 : Harris del. Buer. 64,6-1; McLain del. Pierce, 7-5.64. Girls' 14 singles Quarterfinals Charlie Murphy, GF, del. Marina Orcutt, QF. 64, 6-3; Alyn Procter, Billings, det. Caifjm Blevlns, QF. 6-1, 6-3. SemrNnals Dannl Paulson, Whilefish, del. Charlie Murphy, GF, 64, 6-1; Procter del. Emily Horton, GF 6-1, 6-3. Girls' 16 singles First Round Kale Edwards, Gallatin Gateway, del Emily Horton. GF, 6-1, 6-2; Sydney Wragge-Keiler, Bozeman, del. Lacey Alfred, GF, 6-0, 6-2; Alyn Procter. Billings, del. Jorl Erwin, QF, 6-3, 7-6: Sara Anderson, QF. det. Missy Harris, Billings, by default; Amy Larson, Bozeman, det. Caitlin Blevini, QF, 64, 6-4. Quarterfinals Richards del. Risrjne Olson, Missoula, 64, 64; Haley McDonald, Won, del. Wragge-Keller. 6-1, 6-3: Procter del. Anderson, 64, 6-2; Sutton del. larson, 6-1. 6-2. Glris' 16 singles John McEnroe, united Stales, del. Hani Leconte, France. 6-2, 7-6. Pal Cash. Australia, del. Bkxn Bora, Sweden. 7-6 (4) 74 (6). l-AA playoffs First Round Saturday, Nov. 25 Western Kentucky 27, Florida ASM 0 Delaware 49, Portland State 14 Hotstra31.Furman24 Lshigh 37, Western lienors 1 Georgia Southern 42, McNeess State 17 Montana 45, Eastern Minors 13 Richmond 10, Voungstown SI. 3 Appalachian State 33, Troy State 30 Northwestern, Iowa 27, Benedictine. Kan. 26 MrdAmerlca Nazerene, Kan. 27, Azusa Pacific. Calif 21 Canon, Mont 24. Valley City State, N O. 21 Huron. 8 0 47. Ottawa, Kan. 17 St. Ambrose. Iowa 27. Mary, N.D. 7 Ouarternnali Saturday, Nov. 26 Georgetown, Ky 37. SI Franca, rnd, 19 Northwestern Oklahoma Stale 31, Ml-dAmenca Nazerene, Kan. 27 Northwestsm, Iowa 21, SL Ambrose, Iowa 14 Carrol, Mont 31. Huron. 8 0.17 Georgetown. Saturday. Dec. 2 m. Ky 28. Canon, Mont 21 Oklahoma Stale 42, North- 14 Saturday, Dae. 2 Delaware 47, Lehigh 22 Georgia Southern 48. Hotstra 20 Montana 34, Richmond 20 Appalachian Slate 17, Western Kentucky Saturday, Dec. S Georgia Southern 27. Delaware IS Montana 19, Appalachian Slate 16, OT Haley McDonald. Dillon, del. Carissa Klanch. BiUmos. 64, 64. Jori Erwin, GF, del. Missy Harris, Billings. 64. 64. Mixed 16 doubles Quarterfinal! Altred-Peiroe, GF, del. Harris-Harris, by ' default. Saturday's Sports TrsnsactJona BASEBALL COLORADO ROCKIES Agreed to terms with LHP Mike Hampton on an eight-year contract BASKETBALL National Basketball Association DETROIT PISTONS-Placed F Jerome Williams on the injured list. Activated F Brian Cardinal from the injured list PHILADELPHIA 76ERS-Placad Q Eric Snow on the injured kat. Activated G Pope aancnez rrom me mjureo list Saturday, Dae. 16 At nnley Stadium; Davenport Field Chattanooga Term. Georgia Southern (12-2) vs. Montana (13-1), 1 p.m. Division II Semrflnats Saturday. Dec. 2 Delta St. Mss. 34, North Dakota Stale 16 Bkxxnsburg. Pe. 56. UC Davie 48 Championship At Brary Municipal Stadium Florence, Ala. Saturday, Deo. S Delta State, Mas. 63, Btoomsburg, Pa 34 Division III First Round Saturday, Nov. 16 Ohio Northern 47, Mlllikm, HI 21 Hanover. Ind. 20, Hope. Mich. 3 Wittenberg, Ohio 31, Aurora. II 20 Springfield, Mass. 31, Montdarr State, N.J.29 Widener, Pa. 33. Union, N Y. 26 Hobart NY. 25, Bridgewater, Mass. 0 Western Maryland 36, Emory S Henry 14 Bridgewater, Va 59, Washington & Jefferson, Pa. 42 Central, Iowa 29, St. Norbert, Wis. 14 Pacific Lutheran, Wash. 41 , Bethel, Minn, 13 St. John's, Minn. 26, Wisconsin-Stout 19 Trinity, Texas 21 , Wesley. Del. 3 Second Round Saturday, Nov. 26 Mount union. Ohio 59. Ohio Northern 28 Wittenberg. Ohio 32. Hanover, rnd. 21 Springfield. Mass. 13, Brockport State, N Y 6 Widener. Pa 40, Hobart. N Y. 14 Hardin-Simmons, Texas 32, Western Maryland 10 Trinity. Texas 47 Bndgewater. Ve. 41 Central, kma 20. Lrteid. Ore. 17, OT St John s. Um 28. Pacrac Lutheran, Wash. 21, OT SOUTH DAKOTA GOLD-Activaled F Marcus Liberty from injured reserve. HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Aasigned C AntB Aalto to Cincinnati of the AHL BOSTON BRUrNS-Assioned F Lee Goren to Providence of the AHL COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS Recalled D Deron Quint from Syracuse of the AHL FLORIDA PANTHERS-flecalled D Peter Ratchuk from Louisville of the AHL Reassigned D Brad Ference lo Louisville. Satodsy, Dec 2 Moirt Unor. One 32. rVosnberg, Orw 15 Widener Pa 61 Scrrxfkwd Mass 27 St John s Mm 21 Central Iowa 16 HardevSaianona. Texas 33. Trrnty. Texas 30 At Jim Carroll Stadium Hardin County, Tenn. Saturday, Dec. 16 Georgetown, Ky. (134) vs. Northwestsm Oklahoma Slate (134) Helsman Voting NEW YORK (AP) - VoOnJtor the 2000 Hersman Trophy, with first-, second- and thud-place votes and total points (voting on 3-2-1 bans). Player 1st 2nd JrdTotel Chris Weinke. Fla. St. 369 216 89 1628 Josh Heupel, Okie. 286 290 1141552 Drew Brees, Purdue 69 107 196619 LTomlinson, TCU 47 110 205 566 0. Anderson, N'westem 6 20 43 101 M Vk. Virginia Tech 7 14 34 83 Santana Moss, Miami 3 26 55 M. Tuasoaopo. Wash. 6 8 10 41 Ken Srmonton, Ore. St 1 S 12 25 Ruck Johnson, Auburn 3 1 S 20 Helsman Winners 1936 Jay Berwanger, Chicago, HB 1936- Larry KeHey, Yale, E 1937 Clint Frank, Yale, HB 1936 Oavey OBrtan, Texas Christian, QB 1939- Nlle KMck, Iowa, HB 1940 Tom Harmon, Michigan, HB 1941 -Bruce Smith, Minnesota, HB 1942 Frsnk Slnkwich, Georgia, HB 1943 Angeto Bertelli. Notre Dame. 06 1944 Lee Horvath. Ohio Slate, OB 1945- Doc Blanchard. Army. H6 1946- Glenn Davis, Army. HB 1947- tohn Lujack. Notre Dame, 06 1948- Ooak Walker. SMU. HB 1949- Leon Hart, Notre Dame. E 1950 Vic Janowtez, Ohio State. HB 1951 Ok Kazmaier, Princeton, HB 1952 Billy Vessels, Oklahoma. HB ' 1 953-John Lattner, Notre Dame, HB 1954 Alan Ameche, Wisconsin, FB 1955 Howard Cassady, Ohio State, HB 1956 Paul Homung, Notre Dame, 06 1957 John David Crow. Texas ASM, HB 1956 Pete Dawkins, Army, HB 1959 ertty Cannon. LSU. HB 1960 Joe Bellino, Navy. HB 1961 Ernie Davis, Syracuse, HB 1962 Terry Baker. Oregon State, OB 1963 Roger Slaubach, Navy, 06 1964 John Huarte. Notre Dame. QB 1965 Mike Garrett, Southern Cal, TB 1966 Steve Spurrier, Florida, QB 1967 Gary Beban, UCLA, OB 1968 O.J. Simpson, Southern Cal, TB 1969 Steve Owens, Oklahoma, HB 1970 Jim Plunkett, Stanford. OB 1971 Pat Sullivan, Auburn. OB 1972 Johnny Rodgers. Nebraska, FL 1973 John Cappeiietti. Penn State, HB 1974 Archie Griffin, Ohio State. HB 1975 Archie GrfrSn, Ohio State, HB 1976 Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh, HB 1977 Earl Campbell, Texaa. FB 1978 BHIy Sims. Oklahoma, HB 1979 Charles White, Southern Cal, TB 1980 George Rogers, South Carolina, HB 1981 Marcus Allen, Southern Cal, TB 1982 Herschel Walker, Georgia, HB 1983 Mike flozier, Nebraska, TB 1964 Doug Flutie, Boston College, QB 1985 Bo Jackson, Auburn, TB 1986 Vinny Testaverde, Miami, 06 1987 rim Brown, Notre Dame, WH RB 1968 Barry Sanders. Oklahoma State, Saturday, Dae. Mount UYaon. Orw 70. Widener. Pa 30 St. John l, Mim. 38, Haidm-Simmons, Texaa 14 Stage Bowl At Salem, Va. Saturday, Dae. 16 Mount Union, Ohio (134) va. St John's, Minn. (13-1), 10 a.m. NAIA playoffs 1989-Andrs Ware. Houston. 06 1990 Ty Detmer. Brigham Young, 06 1991 Desmond Howard. Michigan, WR 1992 Gino Torretta, Miami, OB 1993 Charlie Ward. Florida State. OB 1994 Rashaan Salaam, Colorado, RB 1995 Eddie George, Ohio St., TB 1996 Canny Wuerffel, Florida, QB 1997 Charles Woodson, Michigan, CB 1998 Ricky Williams, Texas, RB 1999 Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, RB 2000 Chris Weinke. Florida St, OB Davis Cup A! Barcelona. Spain Spain 2, Australia 1 Singles Ueyton Hewitt, Australia, del. Albert Cos- Fkst Round Saturday, Nov. 18 St. Francis, Ind. 48, Larnbuth, Term. 33 Georgetown, Ky. 55, Olivet Nazarene, M. 6 Northwestern Oklahoma State 40, Nebraska Wesleyan 13 PEEP! NFR LAS VEGAS (AP) Results and standings Saturday after the ninth round of the $4.5 million National Finals Rodeo: All-Around World stsndings-1, Joe Beaver, Huntsvrlle. Tsxaa. $200,824. 2, Scott Johnston, Qustme, Texaa. $200,726. 3, Fred Whitfield, Hockley. Texas. $165.642. 4, Rich Skeiton, Llano, Texas, $167,854. 6, J O. Crouse, Canon City, Colo., $167,611. 6, Speed Williams, Jacksonville, Fla., $166,756. Bareback Ninth round 1, Chne Harris, Arlington, Texas, 86 points, $13,133. 2 (He), CM Corey, Powell Butte, Ore., and Kelly Warden, BeUevue. Idaho. 61, $9,106. 4, Chad Worn, Jackson. La , 80. $5,508 6 (be), Darren Clarke, Waetherlord, Texas, and Mark Garrett Nrsland, SO.. 78. $2,754 each. Average leaders 1, Jeffrey Co, Red field. Kan., 737 points on nine heed. 2. Chris Harris, Arlington. Texas. 724. 3, Chad Klein. Jackson, la . 723 4, Dab Qreenough, Red Lodge, Mont, 722. S, 5, Oavey Shields, Canada, 711. World standings-1, Jeff Collins, Red-field, Kan., $128,870. 2, Lan LaJeunesae. Morgan, Ulah, $109 801 3, Chris Hams. Ar-knglon, Texas. $101,267. 4, Deb Qreenough, Red lodge, Mont, $99,786 5, James Boudreaui, Cuero. Texas, $91,567. Steer WieeUkiy Ninth round-1 rue), Bach Negaard. Buffalo, 80, and Chad Bieaemeyer, Slephanvflle, Texas, 3 6 seconds, $11,757 each. 3 (be), Rope Myers, Van, Texas., and Nod Lyman, Victor, Mont, 3.8, $6,672. 5, Frank Thompson, Cheyenne, Wyo., 3.9, $3,389. 6, Byron Walker, Ennn. Texaa, 4.0, $2,118. Average leaders 1, Birch Negaard, Buffalo, S.D., 43,7 seconds on nine head. 2, Trav Cadwell, Oakdakt. Calif.. 44.1. 3. Chad Bieaemeyer, Slephenville, Texas, 45.1. 4, JO. Crouse, Canon City. Colo.. 50.4. 5, Frank Thompson, Cheyenne, Wyo., 43 7. Work) standings-1, Rod Lyman, Victor, Mont., $116,491. 2, Frank Thompson, Cheyenne. Wyo.. $1 10.684. 3, Byron Walker, Ennis, Texaa, $104,610. 4, Teddy Johnson, Checotah, Okla., $100,403. 6, Sid Sterner, Austin, Texss, $94,872, Team Roping Ninth round 1, Steve Purcell, Rlngling, Okla., and Britl Bockius, Claremore. Okla., 41 seconds. $13,133 each. 2 (be). Speed Williams, Jacksonville. Fie., and Rich Skeiton, Llano, Texas: and Joe Beover. HuntsvUle, Texas, and Bret Gould. Poliok, Texas, 4.3, $9,109 each. 4, Lance Brooks, Shandon, CalM., and Dugan Kelly. Paso Rotates. Calif , 4.5. $5,508. 5. Daniel Green, Oakdale, Cant., and Allen Bach, Milisap, Tsxas, 4.7, $3,389 6. Jason Stewart. Royal City, Wash., and Bucky Campbell, Benton, Wash., 6.8. $2,118. Average leaders 1, Charles Pogus, Rlngling, Okla., and Brttt Bockius, Claremore, Okla., 67.5 seconds on nine head. 2, David Key, Ledbetter, Texas, and John Paul Lucero, Stephenville, Texas, 80.1. 3, Daniel Green, Oakdale, Calif., and Allen Bach. Mill-sap, Tsxaa, 80.5. 4, Jason Stewart Royal City, Wash., and Bucky Campbell, Benton, Wash., 82.2. 5, Speed Williams, Jacksonville. Fla., and Rich Skeiton, Llano, Texas. 63.2. World standings, heading 1, Speed Williams, Jacksonville, Fla., $159,241. 2, Steve Purcella, Herelord, Texas, $94,125. 3, Joe Beaver, Huntsville, Texss, $93,465. 4, Jason Stewart, Royal City, Wash., $87,558. 6, Bobby Hurley, Ceres, Calif., $87,173. World standings, heeling 1, Rich Skeiton, Llano. Texas, $159,241. 2, Bret Gould, Pollok. Texas. $93,465. 3, Kory Koontz. Sudan. Texas. $93,278. 4, Kyle Lockett, Ivan-hoe, Calif , $88,663. 5, BrW Bockius, Claremore. Okla., $87,578. Saddle Brone Ninth round 1, Ranee Bray, Dumas, Texas, 64 points, $13,133. 2, Rod Wanen, Canada, 82. $10.380. 3. Clffl Morns, Glazier, Texas, 81, $7,838. 4 (tie), Scott Johnston, Gustlne, Texas, and Rod Hay, Canada, 76, $4,448 each. 6, Dan Mortenssn, Manhattan, Mont., 66, $2,116. Average leaders 1, Tom Reeves, Eagle Butte, SO. 636 points on eight head. 2, Ryan Mansion, Geyser, Mont, 634. 3, Glen O'Neill, Canada, 630. 4, Chance Dixon, Heppner, Ore., 622. 5. Clifl Noms, Glazier, Texas, 621. World standings 1, Scott Johnston, Gusbne, Texas. $176,018. 2, Billy Etbauer, Ree Heights, S D , $167,137. 3, Rod Hay, Canada, $124,237. 4, Dan Mortenssn, Manhattan, Mont., $116,112. 5, Glen O'Neill, Canada, $115,012. Call Roping Ninth round 1 (tie), Fred Whitfield, Hockley, Texas, and Brent Lewis, Pinon, N.M.. 7.7 seconds, $11,757. 3 (be), Joe Beaver, HuntsviUs, Texas; Clay Cerny, Eagle Lake, Texas; and Ty Hays, Weatherford, Okla., 7.9. $5,578. 6, Blair Burk, Durant Okla., $2,118. Average leaders 1, Brent Lewis, Plnon, N.M., 79.4 seconds on nine head. 2, Stran Smith, Tell, Texas, 84.0. 3, Clay Cemy, Eagle Lake, Texas, 85.5. 4, Doug Phan, Re-saca, Qa 88.0. 5, Herbert Theriot, Poplarville, Miss., 90.1. World slandings-1, Fred Whitfield, Hockley, Texas, $181,167. 2, Blair Burk, Du- Ninth round 1 (tie), Tyler Fowler, Theodore. Ala., and Lee Akin, Weamertord, Okla., 90 points, $1 1,767 each. 3 lea). Cory Check, Eastman, Wis., and Cody Hancock, Taylor, Ariz., 87, $6,673 each t (be), Gregory Potter, Whtlt Texas, and Kagan Shed, Bozeman. Mont., S3, $2,784 each. Average leedera 1 , Cody Hancock Taylor, Ariz.. 599 points on seven head. 2, Ptvkp Elkms, rtaflsf. Texaa. 676. 9, Lee Akin, Weetherlord, Okla.. 430 points on five head, 4, Jesse Ban, Camp Crook, 8 D , 414. i, Robey Conors Dayton, Texaa. 413. World standings 1 , Cody Hancock, Taylor, Anz , $112,256. 2, Tyler Fowler, Theodore. Ala . $102,879. 1 Lea Akin, Wealhenord, Okla., $99,431. 4, Jaeae Ban, Camp Crook, S D., $97,603 S. Robey Con ors, uayion, lexaa. sur.wo. Derm rtaon Ninth round 1, Tons N M., 13 91 seconds, $13,133. 2. Kelly Yates. Pueblo. Colo., 13 95 3. Molry Swan-eon, 6tmms, Mont., 13 98. $7,638. 4, Sher-rylynn Adams, Marshall, Texaa, 1400, $5,506. 6. Ruth Haislrp, Acampo, CsM., 14 02, $3,389 6. Kappy Alien, Austin, Texas. 14.11. $2,118. Average leedera 1, Kappy Allen, Austin, Texaa, 126 89 seconds on nine runs. 2, Knsiie Peterson, Elbert, Colo., 12666. 3, Molly Swanson, Sirnma. Mont., 127.17. 4, Ruth Haislrp. Acampo. Calif , 127.97. S, Racttael Myllymaki-Sproul, Anae, Mont, 127 85 World standings 1, Charmayne Jamas, Qualms, Texas, $136,628. 2, Kelly Yetes, Pueblo. Colo.. $121,483. 3, Kappy Alan, Austin, Texaa. $1 1 1.523 4, Knsbe Peterson, Elbert Colo. $103 501. 6, Sherry Cervi, Marana. Anz.. $97,974. Ming ta Wright, Monarty, $13,133. 2. Kelly I f NFL standings All Times MST AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pel PF PA Miami 10 3 0 .769 270 166 N Y. Jets 9 4 0 .692 287 246 Indianapolis 7 6 0 .638 334 283 Buffalo 7 6 0 538 243 270 New England 4 9 0 .308 222 277 Central W L T Pet PF PA Tennessee 10 3 0 .769 256 188 Baltimore 9 4 0 .692 262 135 Pittsburgh 7 6 0 .638 253 201 Jacksonville 6 7 0 .462 284 272 Cincinnati 3 10 0 .231 158 294 Cleveland 3 11 0 .214 137 360 Waal W L T Pet PF PA Oakland 10 3 0 .769 372 256 Denver 9 4 0 .692 409 318 Kansas City S S 0 .385 307 304 Seattle S 8 0 .385 246 306 San Diego 1 12 0 077 223 352 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eaat W L T Pet PF PA N Y. Giants 9 4 0 .692 253 198 Philadelphia 9 6 0 .643 300 214 Washington 7 6 0 .538 245 210 Dallas 4 9 0 .308 249 300 Arizona 3 10 0 .231 190 366 Central W L T Pet PF PA X.Minnesota 11 2 0 .846 330 267 Tampa Bey 8 5 0 .815 320 204 Detroit 8 S 0 .615 264 251 Green Bay 6 7 0 .462 277 268 Chicago 3 10 0 .231 169 301 W I T Pet PF PA New Orleans 8 S 0 .615 279 245 St. Louis 8 5 0 .615 439 383 Carolina 6 7 0 .462 257 221 San Francisco 6 8 0 .385 335 353 Atlanta 3 11 0 .214 216 377 x-clinched playoff spot Sunday's Garnet Detroit at Green Bay, 1 1 a.m. New England at Chicago, 1 1 a.m. San Diego at Balbmore. 11 a.m. Tampa Bay at Miami, 11 am Carolina at Kansas City. 11 a.m. Pittsburgh at N Y Giants, 1 1 am Arizona al Jacksonville, 1 1 am Cindnnab al Tennessee, 11 a.m. Philadelphia al Cleveland, 1 1 am Seattle at Denver, 2:05 p.m. Washington at Dallas, 2:15 p.m. Minnesota at St. Louis, 2:15 p.m. New Orleans at San Francisco, 2:15 pm N.Y. Jets at Oakland, 6:35 p.m. Open:Abanta Monday's Gam Buffalo at Indianapolis. 7 p.m. Saturday, Dae. 16 Washington at Pittsburgh, 10:30 am. Oakland at Seattle, 2:05 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17 Atlanta at New Orleans, 11a.m. Denver at Kansas City. 11 a.m. Detroit at New York Jets, 11 a.m. Green Bay at Minnesota, 11 a.m. Jacksonville at Cincinnati, 11 a.m. New England at Buffalo, 11 am San Diego at Carolina, 11a.m. Tennessee al Cleveland, 11 a.m. Chicago at San Francisco, 2:05 p.m. Battirriore at Arizona, 2:15 o.m. mdianapolrs St Miami. 2:16 p.m. New York Giants al Dallas, 6:35 p.m. Open: Philadelphia Monday, Dae. 16 St. Louis at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. f rwn i World Cup Scores BELLA VISTA. Argentina (AP) - Scores Saturday after the third round of the $3 million EMC World Cup on the 6.896-yard, par-72 Buenos Aires Golf Oub course: TirttjxhCMCUaMUW ei43D-T8S Frttta&tQlww.Na2mmi 57718B trgiQttaaEAmlafiiTwo.tqptn 57437435188 MetttoGtortafcCfrvdi 6l-72-tfi6 PHEiin$jTiWr ewo-tsB IFiJqrMtoQutBgSMcT 607063-197 C38Xa'TriarnB(iGaTT twm-W PiCftotoftuimPmn,Piitgi 66-7D69 197 LasnOrr,9ccSand 64B-19e aMBruJWTBHr a717-tS8 MaDaFmTdUaiBaiP8W SWB6B-1SB i.ijOrNsTifR8p3M ei-TMB-1 OwtftftphtfrvnTWOT 63-7D6B-1SB BtWOTnWB 467-t aBfaMmMMMrmltoMlTdnqft flB67tj7-3E WGor09TjTiFtt9rjLa S-728S-aOQ jBm$mx&m0um,&m 6363-70-26 JmfadBV9&lftFmUFro 62-72-70-2)4 jMfirBfiQMnMBrttmO&irtia 6367-72-SG6 Mad rftni Frtrd toTO-TO-SOB DBriaTtflBBhd Wrritsi UBtaytt T&74-71 815 iitr.taw.iit.r.ii.ii.r.rmij-in--PMAHi.iWJii Friday's women By The Associated Praaa EAST Army 82, Air Force 67 Bowie St 58. East Stroudsburg 42 Cincinnati 64, American U. 52 Concord 70, Virginia Union 52 Cortland St. 82, Oswego St. 48 Delaware 71 , New Hampshire 55 Drexel 88, Boston U 69 Gettysburg 70, St. Mary's, Md. 65 Glenville St. 82. Canow 51 James Madison 72. Massachusetts 65 Juniata 75, Dickinson 61 Mame 75. Towson 57 New Partz 80, Fredonia St. 72 Niagara 71, Manst 66 Oneonta 61. Buffalo St. 45 Pittsburgh 67. Brockport 61 Roberts Wesleyan 79, Baptist able, Pa. 68 Rutgers 80, Northeastern 49 Siena 86, Canisius 75 St. Lawrence 60. Ithaca 38 Wesleyan, Conn. 51, Srjrrngfieid 45 West Liberty 94. Ohio Valley 63 Widener 62, Lincoln. Pa 49 Yale 76, Latayette 61 York, N.Y. 50, Brooklyn 48 SOUTH Auburn 79, Mercer 35 Berry 77. LeMoyne 53 Claflin 79, Coker 45 E. Mennonrte 85, Shenandoah 67 Eckerd 74, Gardner-Webb 61 Florida ASM 79, Coppin St. 66 Georgia 78, Georgia Tech 61 Life 96. Midway 55 Louisiana-Monroa 55, Southern Miss. 44 Lynn 84. Palm Beach Abantic 66 Michigan SI. 63. Samtord 35 Stetson 75. Albany. N Y. 64 Texas-Pan American 65, Liberty 59 Union. Tenn. 58, Wrikam Carey 36 WraeM 96. Barber Scotia 45 MIDWEST Buene Vista 97. William Perm 64 Cardinal Stntch 80. St. Scholastics 58 Cornell, lows 66, Simpson, lows 62 Creighton 66, Wis.-Milwaukee 54 DePauw 69, Hanover 60 Grand View 66. Northland 60 Jamestown 96. Huron 65 Kalamazoo 61 , Ohio Weslyn 60 Lake Ene 77. Hubert 35 Luther 66. Loraa 61 Mrrn -Crookston 77, Brrd St S3 Mm-Ouruth 76. Mmn.-Moorheed 63 Mm -Mankato 64. South Dakota 61 Minnesota 92 . Ohio 73 N Michigan 69. Saginaw Valley St. 64 SouthwsrjlSI. Minn 110 Mmn -Moms 47 St Cloud St 82. Mrjrnrngside62 Viterbo 97, Silver Lake 57 Wartburg 73, Upper Iowa 59 SOUTHWEST Cent. Oklahoma 60. Texas Women's 42 North Texas 9B. UMKC 55 St Mary s. Texas 64 Angeto St 56 FAD WEST Adams St 70 Colorado Christian 65 Akron 71. Wnghl St S3 Anzone 99. Bowing Green 43 tetrforras 6t. San Francrsco 53 Master s 78 Pomt Loma 48 Mesa. Colo 56. Chadron St 49 Netxeska-Keamay 82, Colo -Colo Springs 69 St Mary's. Cat. 75. Cat St .fufferton 47 UTEP 80. New Mexico St. 73. OT TOURNAMENTS Cougar Slxxxout First Round Idaho 66, Toledo 85 Portland 66, Washington St 63 Saturday women By The Associated Praaa EAST Albany, N.Y. 57, Navy 56 Boston College 70, La Salle 47 Bucknell 79. Harvard 66 Buffalo 72, St Bonaventure 51 Cent. Connecticut St. 66. Quinnipiac 63 Dartmouth 64. Colgate 55 Fakteigh Dickinson 75, Monmouth, NJ. 59 Fordham 55, Columbia 53 Long Island U. 74, St. Francis, NY 71 Pittsburgh 65, Delaware St. 36 Sacred Heart 67, Wagner 46 St. Francis, Pa. 80, Robert Morris 73 St. Joseph's 63, Villanova 59 Temple 80, Penn 64 UMBC 67, Mount St. Mary's, Md. 62 Vermont 65. Hartford 56 SOUTH Clemson 93. Duke 75 Con of Charleston 94, Limestone 81 Fla. International 78. Miarrs 48 Florida 85. UCF 44 Georgia Southern 79. Florida Atlantic 69 Hampton 62, Norfolk St. 58 Indiana 52, South Florida 47 Jacksonville St. 75. Alabama ASM 65 Louisville 63, Kentucky 57 Marshall 77, Bluefleld SI. 61 N.C. Central 69, N. Carolina AST 48 N.C. Charlotte 76. S. Carolina St. 61 N.C. Slate 59. Texas Tech 51 North Carolina 87, Maryland 69 Richmond 73, George Mason 62 SE Missoun 81. Belmont 72 South Alabama 78. Alcorn St 67 Southern U 62. Texas Southern 57 Troy St 86. Centenary 81 Virgrnra 77. Wake Foreet 61 Vranta Tech 71 . Radtord 45 MIDWEST Butler 67. Valparaiso 60 Cleveland St 78. Ind.-Pur.-tndpts. 72 DePaul 61 ,N Illinois 58 Detroit 83, Cent. Michigan 71 E. Kentucky 97. Shawnee St. 86 Indiana St 80 . Ban St . 73 Iowa St 93. Liberty 72 Kansas St 69. Drake 63 Manan. kid 68. Minors 45 Missoun 61. S llkno57 Notre Dame 72, Purdue 61 Voungstown St 100. Kent St 63 SOUTHWEST Baylor 89. Ark -pine Bluff 47 Memphis 72. Ark -Little Rock 64 Oklahoma 101, SMU 71 Oklahoma St 67, Wichita St. 59 SW Texas 69. Texas-Ahington 52 Stephen F Austin 67, Texas-San Antonio S3 Texas 62. Oregon 58 Texaa A4M-Corpus Chris 58, Tulsa 56 FAR WEST Boree St 69 Portland St 57 Bowling Green 83. Fresno St. 73 CS Normndge 58. San Diego 54 Idaho St. 72. UC Rrvarstde 62 Montana 70. BYU 67 N Anzona 77. Wyoming 56 Pacific 84. S Utah 82 Papperdme 79. Cal Pory-SLO 64 Southern Cal 87, Sacramento St 61 Utah 62, Nevada 58 TOURNAMENT Cougar Shootout Third Place Toledo 77, Washington St. 81 Friday men By Tha Associated Press EAST Coast Guard 91, Johnson i Wales, R.I. 61 East Stroudsburg 67, New Haven 62 Fredonia St. 70, New Partz 57 Muhlenberg 85, Moravian 78 NYC Tech 84, Hunter 79, OT Rider 78, Loyola. Md. 67 St. Anselm 76. West Liberty 80 St. Bonaventure 84, Toledo 67 Union, N.Y. 68, Haverford 61 Wilkes 80. Marymount, Va. 71 SOUTH Alvernle 91 , Shenandoah 57 Berea 73, Bluefleld 67 Chowan 83, Salisbury St. 73 Flagler 89. Knox 75 Goshen 75. Asbury 74 Lindsay Wilson 94, Talladega 69 Mary Washington 62, Apprentice 51 Murray St. 84. UAB 72. OT N. Carokna AST 69, Bon 57 Pikevitie 82. Knoxville 78 Radford 68, ETSU 66 Tampa 88. SW Baptist 61 Virginia Union 87, Wilmington, Del. 61 MIDWEST Bemidli St. 72, Minn.-Crookston 63 Black Hills St. 70, Minot St. 62 Calvin 71, Grace Bible 56 Concordia Seminary 81, Sanford Brown 76 Cornell, Iowa 64. Simpson, Iowa 62 Huron 73. Jamestown 69 Luther 72. Lores 63 Mary 75. Dakota St 56 Mmn.-Dukith 76, Mmn-Moorhead 56 Monmouth, It. 78, Mac Murray 76 N Dakota St 80. Augustana.S.D. 71 North Dakota 92. S. Dakota St 87 Saginaw Valley St. 77, N. Michigan 71 Southwest St., Minn. 90. Minn -Mo 54 St. Ambrose 83, Augustana.ltt. 73 St. Cloud St. 82. Momingside 73 St. Xavier 74. Kendall 59 Wartburg 79. Upper Iowa 67 Washington. Mo. 62, Johns Hopkins 64 Wis.-Parkside 66 Lewis 65 SOUTHWEST Ark -Monbcelio 87. Arkansas Baptist 64 Harding 78, Lyon 67 FAR WEST Colo -Colo Springs 82, Nebraska-Kearney 78 Mesa, Cdo 88, Chadron St. 79 Western St., Colo 75. Colorado Mines 62 TOURNAMENTS Amerftech tndlsns Clssslc First Round Ball St. 91. Texas Tech 71 Indiana 87. W Michigan 59 Boilermaker Invitational First Round Alabama ASM 57, N Anzona 55 Purdue 78. Duouesne 52 Cots Farms Mad Monk Tournament Semifinals Colby 87, York. N Y. 48 St Joseph s. Maine 92. Purchase St 55 Electric City Classic First Round Rocky Mountain 107, Great Falls 92 W Montana 101 , Vanguard 81 Holland Sentinel Community Classic First Round Aquinas 77, Judson 65 Huskar Team Clasale First Round Pacific 94, Alaska-Fairbanks 58 UMKC 82, Nebraska 71 Husksy Invitational First Round Binghamton 81 , Bloomfreld 45 John Lewis Classic First Round UnfteW 81. Willamette 76 W. Bapbst 77. S. Oregon 56 Saturday men By The Associated Press EAST American U. 54, William S Mary 50 Boston College 93, Youngstown St. 65 Boston U. 79. Northeastern 72 Brown 89. Army 82 Bucknell 75. Cornell 59 Cent. Oxiriecbcul St. 86. UMBC 83, OT Colgate 88, Harvard 77 Connecticut 71, Anzona 69 Fameigh Dickinson 73, Long Island U. 68 Fordham 68. St. John's 67 Georgetown 68, Grambling St 51 lona 70. E. Michigan 57 Lehigh 65, Dartmouth 56 Maine 74, Delaware 66 Manhattan 73, St. Peter's 67 Maryland 87, Penn 81 Monmouth, N.J. 61, Albany, N.Y. 52 Mount St. Mary's, Md. 69, Quinnipiac 68 Penn St. 66. Temple 60 Pittsburgh 79, St. Francis, NY 68 Pnnceton 58. Xevier 52 Richmond 84, George Washington 80, SMU 66. Navy 64 St Francis, Pa 81, Sacred Heart 68 St. Joseph's 68. Drexel 54 Stony Brook 67, Columbia 63 Towson 84, New Hsmpshire 70 Valparaiso 69, Rhode Island 62 Wagner 78, Robert Morris 66 SOUTH Alabama 73, Akron 59 Alabama St. 69. South Alabama 61 Auburn 75. Detroit 72 Austin Perry 85. Lee 83 Belmont 85, W. Carokna 74 Charlotte 69. Davidson 53 Col. of Charleston 75 Gardner-Webb 61 Duke 104. Michigan 61 E. Kentucky 97. Shawnee St 86 Florida 79, Rutgers 65 Furman 85, Stetson 66 George Mason 65, James Madison 54 Georgia 68, N.C. State 63 Georgia Southern 92, Mercer 77 Georgia Tech 86, Kentucky 84 Jacksonville 54, High Point 41 LSU 89. Texas Southern 57 Liberty 80. Montreal 62 Louisiana Tech 71. Jackson St. 52 Marshall 82. Niagara 70 Miami 83, UCF 72 Middle Tennessee 79. Tennessee St. 77: Mississippi 64 Memphis 56 MissostpptSt 81, Montana St. 63 NichollsSI 81. Troy St 77 Old Dominion 62, Kansas St 51 S Carolina Si 65, An Force 53 Semford 63, Morehead St. 59 South Carolina 76, Clemson 64 South Florida 87, Texas 69 Southern Miss. 62, New Orleans 66 Southern U. 59, Centenary 54 The Citadel 81 , Oglethorpe 47 Tulane 86, Loyola, NO 58 UNC-Qreensboro 82, Norfolk St. 70 Va. Commonwealth 70, Florida Atlantic 57 Vanderbilt 72, Florida St. 60 W. Kentucky 68, Louisville 65 Wintfirop 66, Coastal Carolina 49 Woftord 105, Emmanuel 66 MIDWEST Bowling Green 107, Urbana 68 Cent Michigan 74, N. Iowa 66 Cleveland St. 87, Oakland, Mich. 73 Creighton 81, Georgia St. 74 Dayton 81 , Prairie View 63 DePaul 78, Chicago St. 69 Evansvllle 71 , SW Missouri St. 61 Ill -Chicago 88, S. Illinois 79 Illinois 87, Selon Hall 79, OT Illinois St. 77, Tenn.-Martin 60 Indiana St. 84, W. Illinois 79 Iowa 80, Iowa St 68 Kenl St. 64. Wis -Green Bay 47 Marquette 48. Ark -Little Rock 46 Miami (Ohio) 73, Notre Dame 64 Michigan St. 103. Loyola. III. 71 Minnesota 93, Bethunrj-Cookman 70 Missouri 77, Saint Louis 73 Tennessee Tech 70, SE Missouri 66 Wichita SI. 72. Ind.-Pur.-lndpls. 65 Wisconsin 65, Ohio 46 SOUTHWEST BYU 59. Rice 49 Baylor 84, St. Edward's 57 North Carolina 82. Texas ASM 60 Oklahoma 100, North Texas 72 Oklahoma St. 74. Arkansas 73 SW Texas 78. Texas-Arlington 69 TCU 1 41 . Cent. Oklahoma 92 Texas-San Antonio 71, Stephen FAusbn 61 UTEP 84, Alcorn St. 76 FAR WEST Boise St. 94, Gonzaga 69 California 75, Colorado 63 E. Washington 100, Cascade 68 Long Beach St. 94, Idaho 88, 20T Loyola Marymount 78, Sacramento St. 59 Nevada 80, UNLV 71 Pepperdine 62, San Jose St. 60 Portland 66. Portland St. 65 S. Ulah 89. Monlana 87 San Diego 55. San Diego St 52 San Francisco 71 , Cal Poty-SLO 68 Southern Cal 75. UC Santa Barbara 73 UC Riverside 67. Oregon St 63 UCLA 84, Hawaii 64 Utah St. 79, Montana Tech 29 Washington SI. 80, Md -Eastern Shore 54 Weber St. 79. Utah 77 Wyoming 78, Cal St -Fuderton 61 TOURNAMENT Amerftech Indiana Claasle Champtonahip Indiana 65, Ball St. 50 Third Place Texas Tech 68 W Michigan 59 Boilermaker Imrttational Champtonahip Purdue 79, Alabama ASM 51 Third Place Duouesne 65. N Anzona 62 Huekor Team Classic Champtonahip Pacific 59, UMKC 56 Third Place Nebraska 84, Alaska-Fairbanks 55 AP Photo Georgia Southern's Adrian Peterson, left, runs for a first-half touchdown past Delaware's Mondeario Pinckney, on ground, Fe-mi Ayi, background center, and Darrell Edmonds, right, during an NCAA Division l-AA semifinal Saturday. Georgia Southern won 27-18. Eagles soar past Delaware for right to meet Grizzlies Special to the Tribune NEWARK, Del. - The University of Delaware achieved what it had hoped in its NCAA Division I-AA football showdown with Georgia Southern Saturday. The expected result eluded the Blue Hens, however, and that was the odd paradox of their 27-18 semifinal setback at Delaware Stadium. Delaware's defense did what was necessary, adjusting to Georgia Southern's sinister triple-option attack and not letting the Eagles take flight after their third and final touchdown midway through the second quarter. But the Hens lost anyway because the offense, which had generated so much firepower in recent weeks, barely flickered against an allegedly suspect Georgia Southern defense. It didn't hold up its end of the bargain, so Delaware's wait for its sixth national football championship, which has now been 21 years, endures. Defending champion Georgia Southern goes to Chattanooga, Tenn., to battle the Montana Grizzlies in the l-AA title game. Delaware, its title quest ended in a home semifinal loss for the second time in four years, digests a 12-2 conclusion. "It's tough," Delaware senior quarterback Matt Nagy said. "As well as the defense played against that offense, getting turnovers like they did, and giving us the ball with seven minutes to go inside the 20-yard line, and we can't score a touchdown. It's embarrassing." Third-seeded Georgia Southern handed second-seeded Delaware a season-high four fumbles. But the Hens didn't make the visitors pay for all that charity, getting zero points out of them. Delaware missed three field goals, including two that were blocked. The 18 points were Delaware's lowest single-game output this year. The Hens had scored 33, 44, 31, 59, 49 and 47 points in their previous six games. After scoring touchdowns on its first three possessions, Georgia Southern managed only two second-half field goals the rest of the way. "If you told me we'd hold them to 27, I would have figured we'd outscore them," said UD junior linebacker Darrell Edmonds, who had five tackles for lost yardage. "Georgia Southern has to be commended for the way they played defense today." Georgia Southern junior fullback Adrian Peterson lived up to his pregame billing, rushing for 198 yards on 34 carries with a touchdown. Peterson has rushed for 100 or more yards in each of his 42 college football games. But Delaware was actually hurt just as much by slotback Andre Weathers' 122 yards on four carries. Delaware managed just 329 total yards. Nagy, in the final game of his record-setting career, completed 16 of 38 passes for 189 yards without a touchdown but with one critical interception on a ball flung into the end zone in the second quarter. Fullbacks Antawn Jenkins (41 yards) and James O'Neal (38) had most of Delaware's 140 rushing yard. "I was surprised we couldn't take advantage inside the 20-yard line," Delaware coach Tubby Raymond said as his 35th season came to an end. "The Southern defense is stronger than I thought it was. That was my hope, that we would be able to move the ball like some of those other teams have done against Georgia Southern. There's a knock on them about the number of yards they've given up passwise and, once again, I thought they played very well." The last great Delaware opportunity came when Edmonds' hit on Georgia Southern quarterback J.R. Revere forced a fumble Mike Ce-cere recovered at the Eagles' 23-yard line with 7:40 remaining. Delaware trailed 24-18 at the time, and got as far as the GSU 12. But Nagy couldn't complete any of three pass attempts and Scott Collins' 38-yard field-goal try was slightly wide . left with 5:41 to go. Nagy was sacked just once, but frequently found his receivers blanketed. "We tried to take away what they like to do," Georgia Southern coach Paul Johnson said. "We felt like if we could make the quarterback hold the ball a little longer, maybe we could slow him down. We had good plays and our guys executed very well." Ga. Southern 14 7 0 6-27 Delaware 10 0 I 016 First Quarter Dal Pressey 2 run (Collins kick), 10:05. GSU-Revere 16 run (Shorten kick), 6:31. Del FG Collins 42, 3:48. GSU Weathers 5 run (Shellon kick), 1:01. Second Quarter GSU-Peterson 7 run (Shellon kick), 7:07. Third Quarter Del Pressey 1 run (Penecale pass from Nagy), 2:34. Fourth Quarter GSU FG Shorten 22, 9:49. GSU-fG Shellon 28, 2:21. A-15,035. GSU 22 66-381 77 4-50 7 3-42.3 6-4 2-14 30:02 Del 19 40-140 189 16-38-1 M2.6 0-0 6-35 29:56 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Iorjt Penalties-Yards Time of Possession INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Georgia Southern, Peterson 34-198, Weathers 4-122, Myers 4-37, Walden 1-12, Revere 24-11, Coley 1-1. Delaware, Jenkins 1041, O'Neal 11-38, Cummings 7-35, Pressey 5-17, Patrick 4-14, Veach 1-3. Nagy 2-(minus 8). PASSING Georgia Southern, Revere 4-5-0 77. Delaware, Nagy 16-38-1-189. RECEIVING Georgia Southern, Johnson 2-56, Owsrw 1-15, Weathers 1-6. Delaware, Elliott 6-100, Veach 442, Cummings 3-13, Pressey 1-12, O'Neal 1- Carroll tops Whitman College From Tribune wires Vanguard 85, Rocky 80 WALLA WALLA, Wash. - Carroll College missed five consecutive free-throws in the last 30 seconds of regulation, but still managed to eke out a 71-69 non-conference win over Whitman College Saturday night. Kirk Stiles led the Fighting Saints (10-2 overall) with 18 points, while J. D. Solomon and Matt Peterson added 12 each. Solomon grabbed ten of the Saints' 35 rebounds. Former Fairfield standout Shane Gamradt dished out five assists for Carroll. The Saints made 70 percent of their free throws, but couldn't score from the stripe during the stretch run as the Missionaries (1-5) closed the gap to within two points, but close get no closer. Leonard Harmon had 19 markers to lead the Walla Walla school, while Ben Fuller had a double-double with 16 points and 11 boards. CARROLL COLLEGE (10-2) Shane Gamradt 2-4 5-9 9: Gary Lynch 2-8 2-2 8: Kirk Stiles 6-13 1-2 18: Matt Tail 1-2 CM) 2: J. D Solomon 4-11 4-5 12: Greg Johnson 00 OO 0: Kevin Downs 2-5 0-0 5: Chris Beery 1-2 0-0 3: Chris Bond 1-1 OO 2: Chris Watts OO 0-0 0: Eric Peterson 5-9 2-2 12. Totals: 24-55 1420 71 WHITMAN COLLEGE (1-5) Ben Fuller 5-166-6 16: Leonard Harmon 6-15 3-3 19; Mark Buoma 1-5 M 2: Peter Rutledge 6-7 0-012; Rob Bell 5-8 2-2 12: Rich Hams 2-7 2-4 7; Jason Berry 0-2 1-21. Totals: 25-60 14-17 69. Halftime Whitman 36, Carroll 32. Three-point goals Carroll 9-27 (Gamradt 0-1, Lynch 2-8. Stiles fill, Solomon 0-1, Down 1-3. Beery 1-1, Peterson 0-2), Whitman 5-19 (Fuller 0-2. Harmon 4-tO. Buoma 0-2. Name t-4. Berry 0-1). rVtwunde-Carroll 36 (Solomon 10). Whitman 38 (Fuller 11). Assrsts-Carroil 10 (Gamradt 5). Whitman 13 (Fuller 7). Turnover Cam 15. Whitman 13. Total fours - Carroll 16 (Fouled oul none). Whitman 20 (Fouled out none). Technical fouls none. A 250 Kemmy Burgess had 21 points, including 4-of-7 shooting from 3-point range, as Vanguard (Calif.) University rebounded from Friday night's loss to defeat Rocky Mountain College Saturday at the Electric City Classic basketball tournament at UGF's McLaughlin Center. ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE (80) Ben Sanders 4-9 6-9 14; Josh Allen 7-1 5 5-5 23; Brandon Bantz 2-5 3-5 8; Brett Wilson 1-2 00 2; Beau Mc-Fadyean 7-11 1-1 15; Steve Johnson 2-8 0M) 6; Olson Roberts 1-1 00 2; Jason McLeod 3-9 0-0 6; Matt Prink-ki 2-2 0-0 4. Totals: 29-62 15-20 80. VANGUARD UNIVERSITY (85) Dennis Keane 6-9 3-4 15; Brandon Cablay 5-9 5-7 15; Adds Curtis 0-1 3-4 3; Shawn Corkery 2-5 2-2 7; Garid Bseler 0-3 2-2 2; Kemmy Burgess 6-14 5-5 21; Ian Boys 3-66-812; Kevin Canderiaria 4-7 0-2 8; Gabs Goldman 1-1 O-t 2. Totals: 27-57 26-35 85. Halftime score VU 47, RMC 32. Hme-cornt goals RMC 7-22 (Sanders 0-2, Allen 4-9, Bantz 1-3, Mc-Fadyean 0-1, Johnson 2-6, McLeod 0-1), VU 5-11 (Keane O-l, Corkery 1-3. Burgess 4-7). Rebounds RMC 25 (McLeod 6), VU 36 (Boys 9). Assists-RMC 17 (Bantz 5). VU 15 (Curtis 5). Tumovers-fiMC 13. VU 18. Total louls-RMC 29 (Fouled out-McFadyean, McLeod, Pnnkki), VU 22 (Fouled out-none). Technical foul-tcLeod. A-NA. Portland 66, Portland State 65 PORTLAND, Ore. Ryan Jones scored a career-high 29 points and hit a driving baseline layup just before the buzzer to give Portland a victory over Portland State. The Pilots (4-3) improved to 26-1 1 against their crosstown rival. E. Washington 100, Cascade 68 CHENEY, Wash. - Clint Hull shot six of ten 3-pointers and had 20 points to lead the Eastern Washington Eagles past Cascade College. Eastern (4-2) had a sluggish start that included six turnovers in the first nine minutes. Cascade (4-7) led 17-16 at 11:25 in the first half. I ad. at el rlWri i

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