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Scoreboard MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE EutDMtkm x-Boslon New York Baltimore Detroit Toronto W 81 72 64 57 54 L PCL 53 .604 64 .529 72 .470 GB 10 18 Cwrtml Division 78 .422 24V4 82 .397 28 x-Cleveland Kansas Crty Milwaukee Chicago Minnesota W 93 68 63 62 52 L Pet 42 .689 67 .504 72 .467 GB 25 30 SPORTS ON TV Today'" fta liS " naS ' Or tel8vlsed sP° rlin fl e«nls (or Sept. 22-24: 7X>5 p.m. \ NBC — Major League Baseball. California al Texas B p.ro. ESPN — Boxing, Shannon Briggs vs. Sherman Gnllin Saturday 7«.m. NBC — God. Ryder Cup 11:30 a.m. Colle 9 e Football, Texas at Noire Dame WtttDMtion 72 .463 3014 82 .388 4014 California Seattle Texas Oakland W 72 72 60 67 L Pet 63 .533 63 .533 67 .504 68 .496 x-dinched division title. 06 Baltimore 6, Detroit 3 Oakland 9, California 6 Boston 3, Milwaukee 2 New York 2, Toronto 1 Chicago 4, Cfevefand 3 Minnesota 5, Kansas City 4, 12 Innings Seattle 11, Texas 3 Baltimore 13, Detroit! Chicago 5, Milwaukee 1 New York 6. Toronto 4 Minnesota 5, Kansas City 2 Only games scheduled Frkfc/s Games California (Langston 15-5) at Texas (Rogers 14-7). 8:05 p.m Cleveland (Hershiser 14-6) al Kansas City (Fleming 1-6), 8:05 p.m. Chicago (Slrotka 0-2) al Minnesota (Rodriguez 5-7), B:05 p.m. Baltimore (Brown 8-9) at Milwaukee (Givens 5-5). 8:05 p.m. Detroit (Lima 2-8) at New York (Cone 16-8), 8:05 p.m. Toronto (Loiter 11-9) al Boston (Clemens 8-5), 8:05 p.m. Oakland (Van Poppel 4-7) at Seatlle (Belcher 10-10), 11:05pm Siturdty'tGimtt Toronto (Wars 1-t) al Boston (WakeliekJ 16-5), 1:05 p.m. petrol! (Lira 9-11) at New York (KamienlecW 5-6), 1:35 p.m. California (Finley 13-11) at Texas (Paviik 9-9). 8:05 p.m. Cleveland (Martinez 10-5) at Kansas City (Gubteza 11-13). 8:05 p.m. Chicago (Alvarez 7-10) at Minnesota • (Carrara 1-4), 8:05 p.m. . , , ~ Colla 9« Football, Air Force at Northwestern 1 1*90 ft.fn. P — College Football. Kentucky al South Carolina ~ Colle39 Foo'ball. Baylor at North Carolina Stale 2 p^tn N ~ ^^ L " 9U8 Baseba "' Pil| sburgh at Chicago Cubs TON - Auto Racing. AMA Harley Davidson 883 Cfass *-.JU p.m. ABC - College Football, Texas MM at Colorado 3p.m. NBC — Gort, Ryder Cup 3 p.m. 4 pm S ~ B ° X!nS ' SPOI1S Sh ° W ' Als ' andro Gonzalez vs. Manuel Medina &fo S p m~ TenniS ' DaV ' S C " P Semifinals ' Sweden al United Slates TBS — Major League Baseball. Montreal at Atlanta 6:30 p.m. ESPN - College Fooiball, Penn State at Rutgers 7:O5 p.m. ^ , £? p ~ Major'League Baseball. California at Texas 7:05 p.m. WGN - Major League Baseball. Chicago While Sox al Minnesota Sunday 8a.m. NBC — Golf, Rycfer Cup M ' NASCAR Winslon C W. Goody's 500 . J[? S ~ Ma ' or Iea 3 ue Baseball. Monueal at Atlanta 1:20 p.m. 2-05 Gl m~ Maj ° r Lea9 " 8 Basebal( . Pitisburgh at Chicago Cubs PSP ~ Major League Baseball. California at Texas 3p.m. FOX — NFL, Arizona at Dallas 3p.m. N8C — NFL, Denver al San Diego 7 p.m. TNT — NFL. Green Bay at Jacksonville 7:05 p.m. PSP — CISL. Pittsburgh al Dallas .. Oakland (Johns 5-1) at Seattle (Johnson 15-2), 10:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE EastDfvWon x-Atlanta Philadelphia •New York ' Montreal ., Florida W 86 67 63 62 61 L 50 69 72 72 73 Centml Division « y-Cincinnali Houston Chicago St. Louis Pittsburgh W BO 70 • 65 59 56 L 54 64 69 75 79 West Division Colorado Los Angeles San Diego W 72 71 66 . San Francisco 64 L 62 64 69 70 Pet .632 .493 .467 .463 .455 Pet .597 .522 .485 .440 .415 Pet .537 .526 .489 .478 GB 19 22V4 23 24 GB • 10 15 21 24V4 GB r/4 G'A 8 x-dinched division title. y-cl:'nched division lie. Wednesday's Games Cincinnali 5. Montreal Z Florida 2, Philadelphia 1 SI. Louis 9, Pittsburgh 3 • New York 8. Atlanta 4 • Houston 4. Chicago 0 • Los Angales4, San Francisco 2 '' Colorado 10. San Diego 2 Thundty's Games • Atlanta 3. New York 0 Philadelphia 3. Florida 1 Pitisburgh 4. Chicago 3 San Diego 5. Los Angeles 1 San Francisco 5. Colorado 3 • " Only games scheduled , Friday's Gamn Pittsburgh (Ericks 3-H) at Chicago (Foster 10-11), 3:20 p.m. Montreal (Perez 10-7) at Atlania (Glavine 15-6), 8:05 p.m. New York (Cornelius 2-6) at Florida (Happ 12-7). 8:05 p.m. St. Louis (Watson 8-6) at Houston (Drabek 10-8), 8:05 p.m Cincinnati (Smiley ln-4) at Philade:phia (Williams 2-3). 8:05 p.m. San Diego (Valenzuela 7-3) at Los Angeles (Tapani 3-2). 11:05 p.m Colorado (Ritz 10-10) at San Francisco (EstesO-l). 11:05 p.m. Saturday's Games Pittsburgh (Loaiza 8-9) at Chicago (Bullinger 11-8). 2:20 p.m Colorado (Rekar 4-4) at San Francisco (Brewington 4-4), 4:05 p.m. New York (Jones 9-9) at Florida (Hammond 7-6). 7:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Schourek 17-7) a i Philadelphia (Fernandez 6-1). 7-05 p m Montreal (Martinez 13-9) al Atlanta (Avery 7-13), 7:10 p.m. St. Louis (Petkovsek 6-5) al Houston (Wall 2-1), 8:05 pm. San Diego (Hamilton 6-9) at Los Angeles (Valdez 12-11), 10:05 p.m. BASEBALL LEADERS By The Associated Press Here are the major league statistical leaders through Thursday's names- AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING—EMarlinez, Seatlle. .354- Knoblauch, Minnesota. .336; Salmon, California, .331; Surhofl. Milwaukee .330: Boggs. New York. .324- Puckett' Minnesota, .318: CDavis. California' .318; Murray, Cleveland 318 HOME RUNS-Belle. Cleveland. 44- MVaughn, Boston, 38; Thomas Chicago. 37; RPalmeiro. Baltimore 37- Buhner. Seattle. 35: Salmon, California' 34; McGwire. Oakland. 34; Gaelti Kansas City, 34. RBI—MVaughn, Boston, 120: Belle Cleveland. 115: Buhner, Seattle. 112- EMartinez. Seattle. 107; Thomas Chicago. 103: MHamirez. Cleveland 102; TMartinez, Seattle. 102. PITCHING (14 Decisions)-RJormson Seattle. 15-2. .882. 2.66f Wakefield' Boston. 16-5. .762, 2.71; Nagy Cleveland. 15-5. .750. 4.22: Langston California, 15-5, .750. 4.52; Hanson' Boston. 14-5. .737, 4.06; Stottlemyie' Oakland. 14-6. .700. 4.37; Hershiser' Cleveland. 14-6. .700 4 05 NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—TGwynn. San Diego. .366 Piazza, Los Angeles. .356: Bichette Colorado, 343; DBell, Houston. .334-' Larkm, Cincinnali. .318; Grace. Cnicaqo' .315; Caslilla. Colorado 310 HOME RUNS-Bichelte. Colorado. 37- Sosa. Chicago. 3S; Caslilla. Colorado 32; LWalker. Colorado. 32; Piazza Los Angelas. 30; Bonds. San Francisco 30' Galarraga. Colorado, 30. RBI—Bichette, Colorado, t19; Sosa. Chicago. 114; Galarraga. Colorado 10V Karros. Los Angeles, 98; Bonds' Sari Francisco, 97; RSanders. Cincinnati 95 Conine, Florida, 95 PITCHING (14 Decisions)-GMaddux Atlanta. 18-2. .900. 1.68; Smiley Cincinnati. 12-4. .750. 3.37; Glavine Atlania 15-6, .714. 2.93; Schourek. Cincinnati' 17-7, .70S. 3.27: Navarro. Chicago 1<^ 6, .700, 3.27: RMartinez, Los Angeles 16-7. .696, 3.72; N'eagle, Pittsburgh 137. .650. 3.54. NFL By The Associated Press All Times EOT Sunday, Sept 24 Chicago at St. Lou : s. 1 p m New Orleans at New York Giants. 1 p.m Washington at Tampa Bay. 1 p m Minnesota at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m New York Jets at Allania. 4 p.m Denver at San Diego. 4 p.m. Houston at Cincinnati. 4 p.m. Kansas City at Cleveland. 4 p.m. Arizona at Dallas. 4 p.m. Philadelphia al Oakland. 4 p.m. Green Bay at Jacksonville. 8pm Monday, Sept. 25 San Francisco at Detroit. 9 p.m Open: Buffalo. Carolina. Indianapolis Miami, New England. Seattle. Boniol still to get kicks for Dallas IRVING (AP) — Chris Boniol won't lose his job as the Dallas .Cowboys' placekicker for missing an extra point and a field goal attempt from point-blank range last week. "He had a bad game, no doubt about it, but you don't get rid of a player for one game, especially since we still got the victory," head coach Barry Switzer said in a midweek look back at the Cowboys' 23-17 overtime victory Sunday night over the Minnesota Vikings. Dallas won the flip in overtime, and Emmitt Smith ran 31 yards for a touchdown on the Cowboys' first possession. ' ' Switzer admitted afterward that . he was trying to get the team into 1 'field goal range. If Switzer was uneasy about that prospect, so ^must have been Boniol. 1^: "When Emmitt scored, I'm Insure you could have heard Chris 'yelling," Switzer said. - Last season, after a preseason -in which he was 5-of-6 on field •goal attempts and 7-of-7 on extra points, Boniol kicked four field _goals in his NFL debut, helping Dallas beat Pittsburgh 26-9. . In fact, he was 9-for-9 before -he finally missed a field goal. He was 16-.of-19 from inside 40 yards. For the season, he led all NFL rookies in scoring and field goals. He finished 22-of-29 on field goal attempts and a perfect 48-of-48 on extra points. r . The 5-11, 160-pound Boniol missed .the first three preseason .games this year with pulled •quadriceps in his right leg, and the Cowboys kept another kicker, Jon ;Baker, on the roster for kickoffs. Tuesday, they cut Baker. „ On Sunday, the Cowboys host •the Cardinals. Kicking coach Steve Hoffman -said he hopes allowing Boniol to kick off, as he did last season, will improve his performance across .the board. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL By The Associated Press This weekend's schedule lor ihe learns ranked in Top 10 of each classifi- csiion (n THa Associated Press schoolboy loolball poll. All games are Friday unless otherwise indicated: Class 5A 1. Tyler John Tyler (2-0-0) vs. Dallas Kimball 2. Odessa Permian (2-0-0) at Amarillo 3. Dallas Carter (2-0-0) al Fort Worth Dimbar. Saturday 4^ Austin Wesllake (2-0-0) vs. Austin LBJ. Saturday 5. Converse Judson (2-0-0) vs. Round Rock 6. AW.na MacArthur (2-0-0) vs. Houston Westbury. Saturday 7. Piano (2-0-0) at Mesquite 8. Deer Park (2-0-0) vs. Anglelon 9. Arlington Lamar (2-O-0) at Fort Worth Western Ms 10. Aldine Eisenhower (1-1-0) at Aliel Elsik Class 4 A 1. La Marque (2-0-0) at Texas City 2. Corsicana (2-0-0) vs. No. 6 Waxahachie 3 Denison (2-0-0) vs. Wilmer-Hulchins 4. Corpus Christ! Calal'en (2-0-0) vs. 5. Su'prmr Springs (2-0-0) vs. Greenville G, Waxahachie (2-0-0) at No. 2 Corsicana 7. Southlake Carroll (2-0-0) at Mesquite Poteet 0 Jasper (2-0-0) at West Orange-Stark 9. Stephenville (1-1-0) vs. Dallas Roosevelt 10. Borger (2-0-0) vs. Amarillo'River Road Class 3A 1. Sealy (2-0-0) al Houston St. Thomas 2. Cuero (2-0-0) at Hitchcock 3. Talum (2-0-0) al Daingerfield 4 Forney (2-0-0) at Ennis 5 Port Isabel (2-0-0) at Los Fresnos 6 Crocket! (2-0-0) al Center 7 Commerce (1-1-0) at Frisco 6. Columbus (1-1-0) vs. Luling T9. Abilene Wylie (2-0-0) vs. Snyder T9 Alvarado (2-0-0) al Joshua Class 2A l.Celir-.a (2-0-0) at Bells 2. Schulenburg (2-0-0) at Manor 3. Alto (2-0-0) al Elkhart 4. P.lot Point (2-0-0) al Boyd 5. Riesel (2-0-0) vs. Italy 6. W nters (2-0-0) al Coleman 7 Groveton (2-0-0) vs. San Augustine § grand Saline (2-0-01 vs. Mineota 9. Relugo (1-1-0) vs San Diego 10. Quanah (2-0-0) at Paducah Class A 1. Thornda.'a (2-0-0) at Hullo 2. Bartletl (2-0-0) vs. Giddings Slate School. Thursday 3. Robert Lee (2-0-0) is idle 4. lola (2-0-0) vs. Gainesville Stale School 5. Crawford (2-0-0) at Valley Mills 6. Lindsay (2-0-0) vs. Halletlsville Sacred Mean 7. Sudan (1-1-0) vs. Hart 8. Overton (1-1-0) at New Diana 9. Runga (2-0-0) a! Peltus 10. Wink (1-1-0) at Garden C.!y TRANSACTIONS Thursday's Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League NEW YORK YANKEES—Named Jack Hubbard direcior of player development and scouling and Maik Newman assistant director of player deveiopmem and scouting. BASKETBALL USA BASKETBALL—Named Lori Phe!ps manager of basketball operations for the USA Saskelfaall Women's Senior National Team, effective Oct. 1. National Basketball Association NEW YORK KNICKS-Signed Anthony Mason, lo/ward PHILADELPHIA 76EHS-Signed Richard Dumas, forward FOOTBALL National Football League MIAMI DOLPHINS—Added Joe Ned- r.ey. placekicker. lo their praclice squad WILLIAMS BROS. AUTO SAT VA 41 YEARS TN BUSINESS We Pay Top Prices For Old Cars! We Buy Them By The Unit Or By The Ton. "Must Have Title" 2255 N. Main mports 903-784-2534 249 1995 Mazda 626 DX 05J1E2HE2QE! 4301 Texom a Pkwy. i Sherman, Tx. Call Gary Dunlap (903) 892-8151 WOLVERINE DUft^SHOCKS $9499 Steet toes $6.00 extra. WESTERN WEAR Discover the Difference 6 Miles East Hwy. 82 - Blossom - 903-982-5326 Mon-Sat 9am-6pm Open Sundays Starting October 1 Rriday, September 22, 1995 The Paris Now* 3B A&M-Colorado meeting heads college schedule By The Associated Press _ In the 1990 Holiday Bowl, Texas A&M knocked Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmer out of the game with a separated shoulder and routed BYU 65-14. On Saturday, Detmer's kid brother Koy will try to do better against the Aggies. Detmer, the nation's top-rated passer, will lead seventh-ranked Colorado (30) against No. 3 Texas A&M (2-0) in one of the key early-sea- s6n matchups in college football. "We understand the caliber of opponent Texas A&M is," Colorado coach Rick Neuheisel said. "We have a great deal of respect for them ... but we are not going to back down to anybody." Texas A&M quarterback Corey Pullig is 26-3-1 during his four years as a starter. But Colorado's biggest challenge will be stopping sensational running back Leeland McElroy, who has 644 all-purpose yards and seven touchdowns in his first two games. McElroy has gained 345 yards rushing, 177 receiving and 122 on kickoff returns. Colorado's versatile, high-tech offense is directed by Detmer, who is completing 70 percent of his passes. The game matches two of the top programs of the '90s. Colorado has won 18 of its last 19 games, while future Big 12 rival Texas A&M is 34-3-1 since the start of the 1992 season. Colorado is favored by four primarily because the game is in Boulder, where the Buffs are 353-2 since 1988. And A&M hasn't beaten a Top 10 team since 1989 ...COLORADO 3 1-28. Notre Dame, Texas hook up _ SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) It's been so long since Notre Dame beat a ranked opponent that half the team doesn't even know what it feels like. But maybe it's a good sign that No. 13 Texas is the first of three consecutive Top 25 opponents that No. 21 Notre Dame plays. After all, the last ranked team to fall to the Irish was another squad from the Lone Star Stale, Texas A&M, in the 1994 Cotton Bowl. "It has been a drought," interim coach Bob Davie said. "I think we'll be as excited to play this game Saturday more so than any football game since I have been at Notre Dame." It's going to lake a little bit more than enthusiasm, though, if the Irish (2-1) hope to defeat Texas (2-0). Texas hasn't been in the Top 10 since 1990, but coach John Mackovic has his most talented team yet, Davie said. Texas has one of the most punishing and versatile offenses Notre.Dame will see all year. Quarterback James Brown is averaging 277 yards a game, and is also the Longhorns' third- leading rusher. Brown had some soreness in his right shoulder, but he will be ready for Saturday, Mackovic said. Except Texas Tech, which is idle, the rest of the SWC also is on the road (his weekend. Texas A&M is at Colorado; Baylor visits North Carolina State; Southern Methodist travels to Wisconsin; Houston is at Kansas; LSU hosts Rice; and Texas Christian visits Vanderbilt. Central Florida (no line) at No 1 Florida St. Seminoles can name score against I-AA foe ... FLORIDA ST. 71-7. Pacific (plus 51) at No. 2 Nebraska Huskers won 70-21 last season; this could be worse NEBRASKA 75- 10. No. 5 Southern Cal (minus 6) at No. 25 Arizona First test for the Trojans ... SOUTHERN CAL 24-14. No. 6 Penn State (minus 19/ 2 ) vs. Rutgers at East Rutherford Lions lead the series 21-2 PENN ST. 55-24. No. 8 Ohio St. (minus 10&) at Pittsburgh Eddie George one of nation's best runners ... OHIO ST. 31-17. North Texas (plus 35) at No. 10 Oklahoma North Texas already 0-2 vs. Big Eight this season ... OKLAHOMA 42-17. No. 13 Virginia (minus 4) at Clemson Tigers upset Cavs at Death Valley ...CLEMSON 21-20. Stanford (plus 9) at No. 12 Oregon Ducks hand Cardinal first loss ...OREGON 35-17. No. 13 Texas (plus 6^2) at No. 21 Notre Dame First meeting since 1978 Cotton Bowl ... NOTRE DAME 24-21. Mississippi St. (plus 1IVi) at No. 15 Tennessee Vols plagued by off-field troubles ... TENNESSEE 31-24. No. 16 UCLA (minus 5) at Washington St. Bruins have four of last five at Pullman... UCLA 28-21. No. 17 Miami (minus 9Yz) at Virginia Tech Hurricanes 12-0 vs. Hokies .. Ml AMI 32-14. Rice (plus 13) at No. 18 LSU Tigers ranked for first time since 1989 ...LSU 27-10. Akron (plus 39) at No. 19 Kansas St. K-State 27-3-1 at home this decade ... KANSAS ST. 55-0. No. 20 Georgia (minus 6J£) at Mississippi Bulldogs lead SEC in rushing defense ... GEORGIA 24-17. Army (plus 26) at No. 22 Washington Huskies rebound from loss to Ohio State ... WASHINGTON 42-14. Duke (plus 5) at No. 24 Maryland Terps (3-0) off to best start since 1986 ... MARYLAND 3121. This golfer had hernia surgery earlier this week. 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