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BASEBALL

MLB Leaders

American League

BATTING—MYoung, Texas, .329; VGuerrero, Los Angeles, .320; Damon, Boston, .318; ARodriguez, New York, .318; BRoberts, Baltimore, .314; THafner, Cleveland, .308; Tejada, Baltimore, .308.

RUNS—DOrtiz, Boston, 114; Jeter, New York, 113; ARodriguez, New York, 113; ISuzuki, Seattle, 108; MYoung, Texas, 107; Damon, Boston, 107; Teixeira, Texas, 106.

HOME RUNS—DOrtiz, Boston, 46; ARodriguez, New York, 45; Teixeira, Texas, 41; MRamirez, Boston, 39; Sexson, Seattle, 38; Konerko, Chicago, 37; ASoriano, Texas, 35.

National League

BATTING—DeLee, Chicago, .338; Pujols, St. Louis, .337; MiCabrera, Florida, .321; Helton, Colorado, .317; Casey, Cincinnati, .312; Wright, New York, .310.

RUNS—Pujols, St. Louis, 121; DeLee, Chicago, 115; Bay, Pittsburgh, 106; MiCabrera, Florida, 103; Rollins, Philadelphia, 102; Dunn, Cincinnati, 100; MGiles, Atlanta, 99.

HOME RUNS—AJones, Atlanta, 50; DeLee, Chicago, 44; Pujols, St. Louis, 39; Dunn, Cincinnati, 37; Ensberg, Houston, 36; Glaus, Arizona, 36.

FOOTBALL

NFL

All Times PDT

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

EastWLTPctPFPA
Buffalo110.5002526
Miami110.5004127
New England110.5004747
N.Y. Jets110.5002434
SouthWLTPctPFPA
Indianapolis2001.0003410
Jacksonville110.5002924
Tennessee110.5003244
Houston020.0001449
NorthWLTPctPFPA
Cincinnati2001.0006421
Pittsburgh2001.0006114
Cleveland110.5003951
Baltimore020.0001749
WestWLTPctPFPA
Kansas City2001.0005024
Denver110.5003051
Oakland020.0003753
San Diego020.0004148

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

EastWLTPctPFPA
N.Y. Giants2001.0006929
Washington2001.0002320
Dallas110.5004138
Philadelphia110.5005217
SouthWLTPctPFPA
Tampa Bay2001.0004316
Atlanta110.5003231
Carolina110.5004740
New Orleans110.5003347
NorthWLTPctPFPA
Chicago110.5004515
Detroit110.5002341
Green Bay020.0002743
Minnesota020.0002161
WestWLTPctPFPA
St. Louis110.5004240
San Francisco110.5003167
Seattle110.5003544
Arizona020.0003159

Sunday, Sept. 25

Carolina at Miami, 10 a.m.

Atlanta at Buffalo, 10 a.m.

Cincinnati at Chicago, 10 a.m.

Cleveland at Indianapolis, 10 a.m.

Tennessee at St. Louis, 10 a.m.

Jacksonville at N.Y. Jets, 10 a.m.

Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 10 a.m.

Oakland at Philadelphia, 10 a.m.

New Orleans at Minnesota, 10 a.m.

Arizona at Seattle, 1:05 p.m.

Dallas at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m.

New England at Pittsburgh, 1:15 p.m.

N.Y. Giants at San Diego, 5:30 p.m.

BYES: Baltimore, Detroit, Houston, Washington

Monday, Sept. 26

Kansas City at Denver, 6 p.m.

NFL Injury Report

SUNDAY

CINCINNATI BENGALS (2-0) AT CHICAGO BEARS (1-1) — Bengals: QUESTIONABLE: WR Chris Henry (foot); S Anthony Mitchell (hamstring). Bears: OUT: QB Rex Grossman (ankle); LB Joe Odom (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: DE Adewale Ogunleye (ankle). PROBABLE: CB Jerry Azumah (hip).

CLEVELAND BROWNS (1-1) AT INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (2-0) — Browns: OUT: WR Joshua Cribbs (knee); LB Matt Stewart (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB Leigh Bodden (groin); RB Corey McIntyre (hamstring); DE Orpheus Roye (knee); TE Aaron Shea (shoulder); RB Lee Suggs (ankle); LB Mason Unck (groin). Colts: OUT: DT Vincent Burns (knee); LB Gilbert Gardner (ankle); S Joseph Jefferson (toe); RB James Mungro (knee). DOUBTFUL: RB Dominic Rhodes (shoulder); TE Ben Utecht (chest). QUESTIONABLE: DE Josh Thomas (knee); DE Jonathan Welsh (knee). PROBABLE: G Jake Scott (foot); LB David Thornton (groin); DT Larry Tripplett (knee).

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (1-1) AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS (0-2) — Saints: OUT: WR Michael Lewis (knee) QUESTIONABLE: LB James Allen (knee); CB Fakhir Brown (knee); CB Jason Craft (ankle); DE Charles Grant (toe); WR Az-Zahir Hakim (hamstring); TE Shad Meier (knee); S Dwight Smith (toe); DT Brian Young (foot). Vikings: DOUBTFUL: WR Nate Burleson (knee); LB E.J. Henderson (ankle). PROBABLE: LB Sam Cowart (calf); S Darren Sharper (calf); DE Kenechi Udeze (calf).

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (2-0) AT GREEN BAY PACKERS (0-2) — Buccaneers: QUESTIONABLE: G Matt Stinchcomb (lower back). PROBABLE: RB Carnell Williams (foot). Packers: OUT: WR Javon Walker (knee). QUESTIONABLE: TE Bubba Franks (knee). PROBABLE: DT Cullen Jenkins (knee); CB Joey Thomas (head).

TENNESSEE TITANS (1-1) AT ST. LOUIS RAMS (1-1) — Titans: OUT: S Vincent Fuller (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: WR Drew Bennett (foot); RB Chris Brown (concussion); DT Albert Haynesworth (knee); WR Courtney Roby (toe); S Justin Sandy (foot); LB Peter Sirmon (knee). Rams: OUT: T Rex Tucker (calf). QUESTIONABLE: CB Terry Fair (neck).

ATLANTA FALCONS (1-1) AT BUFFALO BILLS (1-1) — Falcons: QUESTIONABLE: CB Allen Rossum (hamstring); QB Michael Vick (hamstring); WR Dez White (hamstring). Bills: OUT: WR Roscoe Parrish (wrist). QUESTIONABLE: TE Tim Euhus (shoulder); LB London Fletcher (hamstring); S Lawyer Milloy (thumb); T Mike Williams (ankle).

CAROLINA PANTHERS (1-1) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS (1-1) — Panthers: QUESTIONABLE: RB Stephen Davis (neck); CB Ken Lucas (shoulder); S Mike Minter (calf); LB Will Witherspoon (knee). PROBABLE: DT Brentson Buckner (knee); DT Jordan Carstens (ankle); LB Dan Morgan (back). Dolphins: QUESTIONABLE: RB Sammy Morris (shoulder).

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (1-1) AT NEW YORK JETS (1-1) — Jaguars: OUT: WR Cortez Hankton (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: DE Reggie Hayward (back); QB Byron Leftwich (groin). PROBABLE: TE Kyle Brady (knee); DT John Henderson (shoulder); CB Rashean Mathis (ankle). Jets: DOUBTFUL: RB B.J. Askew (ankle); DE Trevor Johnson (head). QUESTIONABLE: S Erik Coleman (thumb); RB Curtis Martin (knee); RB Jerald Sowell (ankle).

OAKLAND RAIDERS (0-2) AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (1-1) — Raiders: OUT: WR Ronald Curry (Achilles). QUESTIONABLE: CB Nnamdi Asomugha (foot); RB John Paul Foschi (knee); WR Doug Gabriel (finger); DE Tommy Kelly (knee). PROBABLE: RB Justin Fargas (knee). Eagles: QUESTIONABLE: K David Akers (right hamstring); QB Donovan McNabb (abdomen/chest) PROBABLE: G Shawn Andrews (shoulder); P Dirk Johnson (hernia); WR Greg Lewis (foot); WR Terrell Owens (abdomen); RB Josh Parry (quadricep/shoulder); CB Lito Sheppard (knee).

ARIZONA CARDINALS (0-2) AT SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (1-1) — Cardinals: OUT: TE John Bronson (knee); LB Gerald Hayes (knee). QUESTIONABLE: LB James Darling (knee); CB Antrel Rolle (knee). Seahawks: OUT: T Wayne Hunter (hamstring); T Floyd Womack (triceps).

DALLAS COWBOYS (1-1) AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (1-1) — Cowboys: QUESTIONABLE: LB Ryan Fowler (calf). 49ers: DOUBTFUL: TE Eric Johnson (foot). PROBABLE: WR Brandon Lloyd (ankle); C Jeremy Newberry (knee).

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (1-1) AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (2-0) — Patriots: QUESTIONABLE: LB Tully Banta-Cain (knee); WR Andre’ Davis (foot); CB Randall Gay (ankle); T Brandon Gorin (thigh); DE Jarvis Green (shoulder); WR Bethel Johnson (thigh); P Josh Miller (shoulder); G Steve Neal (back); CB Tyrone Poole (ankle); S James Sanders (ankle); CB Chad Scott (shoulder); CB Duane Starks (thigh). PROBABLE: QB Tom Brady (right shoulder ). Steelers: DOUBTFUL: RB Jerome Bettis (calf). QUESTIONABLE: CB Bryant McFadden (calf); WR Sean Morey (hamstring); RB Duce Staley (knee). PROBABLE: CB Chidi Iwuoma (shoulder); QB Ben Roethlisberger (back); CB Deshea Townsend (foot).

NEW YORK GIANTS (2-0) AT SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (0-2) — Giants: QUESTIONABLE: K Jay Feely (back); LB Barrett Green (knee/ankle); CB Corey Webster (quadricep); S Shaun Williams (hamstring). Chargers: DOUBTFUL: G Toniu Fonoti (hand). QUESTIONABLE: WR Vincent Jackson (calf); DE Igor Olshansky (ankle/knee). PROBABLE: DE Jacques Cesaire (elbow); WR Kassim Osgood (ribs).

MONDAY

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (2-0) AT DENVER BRONCOS (1-1) — Chiefs: OUT: DT Ryan Sims (foot) DOUBTFUL: LB Keyaron Fox (knee). QUESTIONABLE: TE Jason Dunn (knee); DE Carlos Hall (back); T Willie Roaf (hamstring). PROBABLE: RB Tony Richardson (ankle/knee); LB Rich Scanlon (shoulder). Broncos: QUESTIONABLE: RB Tatum Bell (ankle); TE Nate Jackson (hamstring).

CFL

East DivisionWLTPtsPFPA
Toronto74014296235
Montreal56010359320
Ottawa57010292383
Hamilton21004239417
West DivisionWLTPtsPFPA
Brit. Col.110022372253
Edmonton75014321268
Calgary66012321303
Saskatchewan66012303303
Winnipeg4908350371

Today’s Game

Ottawa at Calgary

HOCKEY

NHL Preseason

All Times PDT

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Philadelphia2004107
N.Y. Islanders110263
Pittsburgh002268
New Jersey000000
N.Y. Rangers010015
Northeast DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Buffalo31061310
Montreal200493
Ottawa100252
Toronto110275
Boston110259
Southeast DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Carolina2015159
Florida100254
Tampa Bay110269
Washington0211213
Atlanta02001013

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Central DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Chicago2104108
Columbus110245
Detroit110267
Nashville100243
St. Louis010034
Northwest DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Edmonton22041617
Minnesota2204159
Colorado101365
Calgary111399
Vancouver001145
Pacific DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
San Jose200464
Dallas21041413
Los Angeles21041510
Phoenix1202717
Anaheim011136

Wednesday’s Results

Buffalo 4, Washington 0

Philadelphia 2, N.Y. Islanders 1

Carolina 5, Atlanta 4

Boston 5, Pittsburgh 4, OT

Detroit 3, Colorado 2, OT

Nashville 4, St. Louis 3

Calgary 4, Chicago 2

Edmonton 5, Vancouver 4, SO

San Jose 2, Anaheim 1, SO

Today’s Games

Florida at Atlanta, 4 p.m.

Tampa Bay at Carolina, 4 p.m.

Detroit at Columbus, 4 p.m.

Montreal at Toronto, 4:30 p.m.

Chicago at Minnesota, 5 p.m.

AUTO RACING

This week’s events

All Times EDT

NASCAR NEXTEL CUP

MBNA 400

Site: Dover, Del. Schedule: Friday, qualifying (Speed Channel, 12:10 p.m.); Sunday, race (TNT, 9:30 a.m.). Track: Dover Downs International Speedway (oval, 1 mile, 24 degrees banking in turns). Race distance: 400 miles, 400 laps. Last race: The Chase for the championship began with Ryan Newman winning the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Newman passed a dominant Tony Stewart with two laps remaining for his first win of the season. Last year: Ryan Newman easily won the MBNA America 400 at Dover International Speedway, while Jeff Gordon took the points lead with his third-place finish. Fast facts: Kasey Kahne and Robby Gordon were fined but not suspended by NASCAR on Monday for road-rage incidents during last week’s race at Loudon. Gordon was fined a total of $35,000 and docked 50 points in the driver standings for intentionally trying to hit Michael Waltrip’s car, throwing his helmet at Waltrip’s car and cursing during a television interview. Kahne was fined $25,000 and docked 25 points in the driver standings for intentionally hitting Kyle Busch’s car as retaliation for an earlier accident. … Defending champion Kurt Busch was involved in a second-lap crash at Loudon, relegating him to a 35th-place finish and last place in the Chase. … Stewart has finished eighth or better in each of his last 13 races. Next race: UAW-Ford 500, Oct. 2, Talladega, Ala.

NASCAR BUSCH

Dover 200

Site: Dover, Del. Schedule: Friday, qualifying (Speed Channel, 10:35 a.m.); Saturday, race (TNT, 10 a.m.). Track: Dover Downs International Speedway (oval, 1 mile, 24 degrees banking in turns). Race distance: 200 miles, 200 laps. Last race: Kevin Harvick pulled away from Paul Menard in a two-lap dash to the finish for his third victory of the season on Sept. 9. The points race tightened after leader and defending series champion Martin Truex Jr. crashed spectacularly with about 50 laps to go and wound up 27th. Last year: Truex took the lead with 12 laps to go and drove to an easy victory in the Stacker 200 at Dover International Speedway. Fast facts: Truex’s lead over Clint Bowyer in the standings has shrunk from a season-high 204 points to 69 over the last four races. … David Green is expected to make his 350th career Busch start this weekend. … Ryan Newman will be trying to become just the second Busch driver to win in four straight starts. Newman did not compete in the previous two events at Fontana, Calif. and Richmond. Sam Ard first did it in 1983. Next race: United Way 300, Oct. 8, Kansas City, Kan. On the Net: http://www.nascar.com

NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCKS

Las Vegas 350

Schedule: Saturday, qualifying, 3 p.m., race (Speed Channel, 6 p.m.). Track: Las Vegas Motor Speedway (tri-oval 1.5 miles, 12 degrees banking in turns). Race distance: 219 miles, 146 laps. Last race: Rick Crawford fought off series points leaders Dennis Setzer and Ted Musgrave to win the Sylvania 200 at New Hampshire International Speedway. The win was the fourth for Crawford and his first since April 2004 at Martinsville. Last year: Shane Hmiel nipped veteran Todd Bodine heading into the final lap to win the Las Vegas 350. It was Hmiel’s first career truck victory. Fast facts: Setzer’s lead over Musgrave in the standings increased to 59 points with his second-place finish at New Hampshire. … The polesitter has won two of the last three truck races at Las Vegas. … The 1998 event decided the closest championship finish in series history, with Ron Hornaday Jr. claiming the title over Jack Sprague by three points. Next race: Kroger 200, Oct. 22, Martinsville, Va.

CHAMP CAR WORLD SERIES

Champ Car 400

Site: Las Vegas Schedule: Friday, qualifying, 4:30 p.m.; Saturday, race, 8:30 p.m. (Sunday, Speed Channel, 12:30 p.m., tape). Track: Las Vegas Motor Speedway (tri-oval 1.5 miles, 12 degrees banking in turns). Race distance: 249 miles, 166 laps. Last race: Oriol Servia was handed his first Champ Car victory when series officials ordered rookie Timo Glock to let him pass on the final lap of the Montreal Molson Indy race on Aug. 28. Servia, filling in for the injured Bruno Junqueira, beat Glock to the finish line by exactly 1 second — about 10 car lengths — to earn his first win in 95 Champ Car races. Last year: Sebastien Bourdais held off Newman-Haas teammate Bruno Junquiera in a side-by-side battle to win the Las Vegas 400 for his sixth victory of 2004. Bourdais won by 0.066 seconds. Fast facts: Servia moved past Paul Tracy into second place in the season standings, trailing teammate Bourdais by 61 points with four races remaining. Tracy, who finished eighth at Montreal, is another four points back. Servia has finished in the top three in six straight races and seven of eight since replacing the injured Junqueira. … Bourdais surpassed 1,000 career laps led at Montreal. … This is the seventh and final American race of the season. Next race: Grand Prix of Ansan, Oct. 16.

FORMULA ONE

Brazilian Grand Prix

Site: Sao Paulo. Schedule: Saturday, qualifying (Speed Channel, 9 a.m.); Sunday, race (Speed Channel, 9:30 a.m.). Track: Interlagos, Jose Carlos Pace (road course, 2.671 miles). Race distance: 189.641 miles, 71 laps. Last race: Kimi Raikkonen prevented Fernando Alonso from clinching his first career F1 title by winning the Belgian Grand Prix on Sept. 11. Alonso, a 24-year-old Spaniard trying to become the series’ youngest world champion, finished second and Jenson Button was third. Last year: Juan Pablo Montoya won in his final race for Williams-BMW, beating future McLaren teammate Kimi Raikkonen in the Brazilian Grand Prix. Fast facts: Alonso needs to finish in the top three of any of the three remaining races to clinch the title. … Michael Schumacher finished in the top three in 10 of the last 13 Brazilian races, and won four. … Rubens Barrichello finished third in last year’s race, his best performance in 12 attempts at Interlagos. Next race: Japanese Grand Prix, Oct. 9, Suzuka. On the Net: http://www.formula1.com

INDY RACING LEAGUE

Watkins Glen Indy Grand Prix

Site: Watkins Glen, N.Y. Schedule: Saturday, qualifying, 10 a.m.; Sunday, race (ABC, 12:30 p.m.). Track: Watkins Glen International (permanent road course, 3.4 miles, 11 turns). Race distance: 204 miles, 60 laps. Last race: Dan Wheldon set an IRL record with his sixth victory of the season and all but clinched the series title by taking the PEAK Antifreeze Indy 300 at Chicagoland Speedway. Wheldon only needs to start at Watkins Glen to officially win the championship. Last year: Inaugural race. Fast facts: Ryan Briscoe had a concussion, two broken clavicles, a bruised lung and bruises to his arms and legs after a fiery crash at Chicagoland Speedway. … Danica Patrick finished sixth at Joliet, her seventh top-10 finish of the season. … Honda-powered cars have won 25 of the last 31 races. Next race: Toyota Indy 400, Oct. 16, Fontana, Calif. On the Net: http://www.indyracingleague.com

NHRA

O’Reilly Fall Nationals

Site: Ennis, Texas. Schedule: Friday, qualifying, 2:30 p.m.; Saturday, qualifying, 10 a.m. (ESPN2, 1 p.m., tape); Sunday, eliminations, Noon (ESPN2, 8 p.m., tape). Track: Texas Motorplex. Last event: Tony Schumacher won the Toyo Tires Nationals at Mohnton, Pa., for a third straight season to extend his lead in the Top Fuel standings to 100 points. Tony Pedregon ended an almost two-year winless streak with his victory over John Force in the Funny Car final, Greg Anderson took Pro Stock and Angelle Sampey won Pro Stock Bike. Last year: Tony Schumacher moved closer to his second Top Fuel title with his win and Pro Stock driver Greg Anderson clinched his second consecutive championship at the O’Reilly Fall Nationals. David Connolly won Pro Stock while Del Worsham claimed Funny Car. Fast facts: Anderson has won seven Pro Stock events this season and holds a 176-point lead over Kurt Johnson in the standings. … Schumacher has advanced to the Top Fuel final in five of the last seven events. He had three straight runner-up finishes before his victory last weekend. … Texas Motorplex is the only NHRA track with an all-concrete racing surface. Next event: Ameriquest Nationals, Oct. 2, Joilet, Ill. On the Net: http://www.nhra.com

CROSS COUNTRY

High school

Greater Spokane League

BOYSWL
Mead60
Ferris50
Mt. Spokane41
North Central41
Lewis & Clark31
Central Valley42
West Valley42
Shadle Park23
University23
Rogers13
East Valley15
Gonzaga Prep15
Clarkston05
Cheney06
GIRLSWL
Mead60
Mt. Spokane50
North Central41
Lewis & Clark31
Central Valley42
University32
Ferris32
Shadle Park23
Cheney24
Gonzaga Prep24
West Valley24
East Valley15
Rogers04
Clarkston05

At Riverside State Park

Boys

Team scoring–Central Valley 19, Rogers 44; Central Valley 19, West Valley 43; Central Valley 15, Cheney 50; West valley 20, Rogers 43; Rogers 27, Cheney 30; West Valley 19, Cheney 46.

Individuals–1, Sean Coyle (CV) 16:36 (course record). 2, Steven McConnell (Rog) 17:01. 3, Josh Gardner (WV) 17:07. 4, Tyler Sturman (CV) 17:09. 5, Matthew Simpson (CV) 17:12. 6, Brandon Close (CV) 17:17. 7, Nathan Damiano (CV) 17:20. 8, Jayson Taylor (CV) 17:29. 9, Richard Keroack (WV) 17:31. 10, Alex Blackburn (CV) 17:40.

Girls

Team scoring–Central Valley 18, Rogers 41; Central valley 26, Cheney 30; Central Valley 21, West Valley 35; Cheney 20, Rogers 37; West Valley 25, Rogers 31; Cheney 25, West Valley 31.

Individuals–1, Anna Layman (CV) 19:55 (course record). 2, Larson Agee (WV) 20:26. 3, Anna Kimball (Che) 20:37. 4, Tris Kline (CV) 20:46. 5, Kyle Miller (Che) 20:52. 6, Maddie Brown (Che) 21:04. 7, Malinda Miller (CV) 21:23. 8, Sarah Peterson (Rog) 21:27. 9, Breanna Barsten (CV) 21:28. 10, Brittanie Vargo (Rog) 21:34.

Wheelchair, 3.3 miles

Cody Mace (Rog) 17:03

Jordan Clyburn (NC) 27:24

At Whitworth College

Boys

Team scoring–Mead 20, Lewis and Clark 43; Mead 20, East Valley 43; Mead 15, Gonzaga Prep 50; Lewis and Clark 28, East Valley 28 (tie goes to LC); Lewis and Clark 20, Gonzaga Prep 36; East Valley 23, Gonzaga Prep 32.

Individuals–1, Nick Atwood (EV) 16:19. 2, Ryan Zentz (LC) 16:44. 3, Dylan Hatcher (Mea) 17:02. 4, Taylor Nepon (Mea) 17:02. 5, Brian Palmer (Mea) 17:02. 6, Steven Gimpel (Mea) 17:03. 7, Kelvin Dartha (Mea) 17:03. 8, Kelly Lynch (Mea) 17:03. 9, Ryan Bishop (Mea) 17:03. 10, Tyler Thatcher (EV) 17:08.

Girls

Team scoring–Mead 21, Lewis and Clark 38; Mead 15, East Valley 48; Mead 19, Gonzaga Prep 42; Lewis and Clark 20, East Valley 35; Lewis and Clark 22, Gonzaga Prep 39; East Valley 25, Gonzaga Prep 22.

Individuals–1, Ryan Torpie (Mea) 19:44. 2, Leigh Fredrickson (LC) 20:35. 3, Cailyn Torpie (Mea) 20:41. 4, Tanna DeRuyter (GP) 20:46. 5, Alli Price (Mea) 20:47. 6, Eleanor Siler (LC) 20:54. 7, Lexi Price (Mea) 20:55. 8, Theresea Hailey (GP) 21:08. 9, Nikki Codd (Mea) 21:13. 10, Katherine Fontana (Mea) 21:20.

At Shadle Park

Boys

Team scoring–North Central 21, Shadle Park 40; North Central 15, Clarkston 46; Shadle Park 18, Clarkston 44.

Individuals–1, Andrew Scott (NC) 15:54. 2, Daniel Renz (SP) 16:06. 3, James Clark (NC) 16:20. 4, Jacob Sanders (NC) 16:25. 5, Thomas Gall (SP) 16:37. 6, Nathan Harko (NC) 16:44. 7, Steven Hicks (NC) 16:48. 8, C.J. Knutson (Cla) 17:00. 9, Adam Tyler (NC) 17:15. 10, Leon Dean (NC) 17:19.

Girls

Team scoring–North Central 26, Shadle Park 29; Clarkston inc.

Individuals–1, Cami Nelson (SP) 19:18. 2, Rachel Ballard (NC) 19:54. 3, Kayla Pattison (NC) 19:56. 4, Mary Graesser (NC) 20:09. 5, Jordan Carlson (SP) 20:36. 6, Danielle Slaughter (SP) 20:39. 7, Jenni Norman (SP) 21:09. 8, Lauren Harris (NC) 21:16. 9, Aileen Dean (NC) 21:17. 10, Amy Pemberton (SP) 21:47.

At Liberty Lake

Boys

Team scoring–Ferris 17, University 31; Ferris 20, Mt. Spokane 36; Mt. Spokane 23, University 32.

Individuals–1, Robert Cosby (Fer) 15:39. 2, David Hickerson (Fer) 15:54. 3, M.Hartanov (MtS) 16:03. 4, Steven Olson (Fer) 16:09. 5, J.Farris (MtS) 16:13. 6, Pat Maloney (Fer) 16:37. 7, Billy McElroy (U-Hi) 16:42. 8, Anthony Brown (U-Hi) 16:44. 9, Paul Hawkins (Fer) 16:51. 10, M.Hartanov (Mt.S) 16:54.

Girls

Team scoring–Mt. Spokane 23, University 32; Mt. Spokane 22, Ferris 35. University 22, Ferris 37.

Individuals–1, Megan O’Reilly (MtS) 18:19. 2, Becky Mackelprang (Fer) 19:26. 3, Courtney Zalud (MtS) 20:09. 4, Jessica Klier (MtS) 20:09. 5, Rachel Fridye (U-Hi) 20:27. 6, Stevie Gildehaus (U-Hi) 20:33. 7, Katie Owens (U-Hi) 20:34. 8, Kelly McNamee (Fer) 20:53. 9, Amy Pomante (MtS) 21:12. 10, Danielle Baziotis (U-Hi) 21:33.

GOLF

Great Links NW Open Championship

PACIFIC NORTHWEST PGA

At Homestead Farms Golf Resort, Lynden, Wash.

Yardage: 6,796; Par 72

1, a-Derek BergTrilogy GC79
2, Bob RannowSandpines GC71
3, a-Dan WhitakerEllensburg GC70
4, a-Zack ShriverEverett G&CC68
4, Ryan MalbyVillage Greens GC68
ALSO
13, Corey PrughBlack Rock64
23, Steve PrughManito 59

Hole-in-one

WANDERMERE–Lu Stocker, No. 14, 125 yards, 5-wood

SOCCER

MLS

All Times PDT

Eastern ConferenceWLTPtsGFGA
New England1566515032
D.C. United1495474831
Chicago14103454543
Kansas City11710434737
MetroStars10710404641
Columbus9143302637
Western ConferenceWLTPtsGFGA
x-San Jose1548534327
x-FC Dallas1196394237
x-Los Angeles11116393836
Colorado9134313134
Real Salt Lake5174192553
CD Chivas USA3205142861

x-clinched playoff spot

Wednesday’s Results

New England 1, Columbus 1, tie

FC Dallas 4, Los Angeles 1

Colorado 2, Real Salt Lake 0

San Jose 2, Chicago 0

Saturday’s Games

MetroStars at New England, 4:30 p.m.

Columbus at Real Salt Lake, 6:30 p.m.

FC Dallas at San Jose, 7 p.m.

Colorado at CD Chivas USA, 7 p.m.

High school boys

Non-league

St. Maries 3, Post Falls JV 0

First half–1, StM, Guimaraes, 4:00. 2, StM, Matos (Samford), 35:00. Second half–3, StM, Buell (Guimaraes), 51:00.

Shots on goal–Post Falls JV 3, St. Maries 30. Saves–Post Falls JV, Wetherall 24. St. Maries, Renaldo 3, Pierce 0.

High school girls

Inland Empire League

Coeur d’Alene 5, Lake City 2

First half–1, CdA, Myers (Naegle), 5:00. 2, CdA, Reyes, 7:00. 3, CdA, Myers, 11:00. 4, CdA, Roetter (Reyes), 36:00. Second half–5, LC, Johnson (Bagan), 68:00. 6, CdA, Reyes, 71:00. 7, LC, Johnson 71:00.

Shots on goal–Coeur d’Alene 12, Lake City 4. Saves–Coeur d’Alene, Lowell 1, Wemple 1. Lake City, Powers 3, Frazer 4.

Greater Spokane League

Central Valley 1, Lewis and Clark 1

SHOOTOUT

First half–None. Second half–None. First overtime–None. Second overtime–None. Shootout—LC, Nanny, Gravelle. CV, Simpson, Bowman, Roberts, McKinsey.

Shots on goal–Lewis and Clark 8, Central Valley 12. Saves–Lewis and Clark, Rothstrom 5. Central Valley, Flesher 5.

Cheney 3, Clarkston 0

First half–1, Che, Fitzner, 20:00. Second half–2, Che, Igbinoba, 50:00. 3, Che, Swenson, 57:00.

Shots on goal–Cheney 11, Clarkston 1. Saves–Cheney, Knox 0. Clarkston, Mackay 10.

East Valley 3, North Central 0

First half–1, EV, Fitterer (Moles), 18:00. Second half–2, EV, Mott (Williamson), 65:00. 3, Perno (Moles), 70:00.

Shots on goal–East Valley 12, North Central 6. Saves–East Valley, Como 2. North Central 7.

Ferris 2, Mt. Spokane 0

First half–None. Second half–1, Fer, Spear (Bafus), 46:00. 2, Fer, Galloway (Coombs), 49:00.

Shots on goal–Ferris 13, Mt. Spokane 10. Saves–Ferris, Boyden 9. Mt. Spokane, Phillipy 11.

University 2, Gonzaga Prep 1

SHOOTOUT

First half–1, U-Hi, Schnibbe (Lopez), 10:00. Second half–2, GP, Colliton (Dean), 52:00. First overtime–None. Second overtime–None. Shootout–University 5 (Sloyer, McElroy, Lopez, Schnibbe, Barnes). Gonzaga Prep 4 (Davis, M.Cronin, Dean, T.Cronin).

Shots on goal–University 10, Gonzaga Prep 10. Saves–University, Meyer 3, Seymour 5. Gonzaga Prep, Kuhar-Pitters 7.

Mead 2, Shadle Park 0

First half —1, Mea, Etten (C.Mykines), 4:00. Second half —2, Mea, Smith (Hughes), 44:00.

Shots on goal–Shadle Park 7, Mead 9. Saves–Shadle Park, Schwartz 6. Mead, Swift 7.

West Valley 10, Rogers 0

First half–1, WV, Hood (Sodorff), 4:26. 2, WV, Hood, 5:46. 3, WV, McCarthy (Hood), 9:20. 4, WV, Hamlin (Allen), 17:07. 5, WV, Allen (Hamlin), 21:52. 6, WV, McCarthy (Hamlin), 25:35. 7, WV, Hamlin (Hood), 26:00. Second half–8, WV, Estey (Olinger), 46:00. 9, WV, Way (Estey), 52:00. 10, WV, Estey, 64:00.

Shots on goal–Rogers 2, West Valley 26. Saves–Rogers, Crossley 13. West Valley, Carey 2.

VOLLEYBALL

High school

Panorama League

Curlew def. Wellpinit 25-12, 25-10, 25-9. Complete statistics not reported.

FISH COUNTS

The upstream movement of Chinook, steelhead and shad at Columbia and Snake River Dams on Tuesday and year-to-date totals:

SiteChinookSteelheadShad
Bonneville875129340
Year totals4876142603674057487
The Dalles620572350
Year totals29849872356064356
John Day101917075
Year totals243550128969No Count
McNary496059080
Year totals187075953611954124
Ice Harbor50945780
Year totals4523550955280981
L. Monumental6493616865
Year totals4138940292No Count
Little Goose3251918
Year totals3632529863No Count
Lower Granite26011680
Year totals377632743113630
Priest Rapids5062310
Year totals88611918610255
Wells80680
Year totals3726632250

MOVES

BASEBALL

National League

COLORADO ROCKIES—Purchased the contract of RHP Mike Esposito from Colorado Springs of the PCL. Placed RHP Zach Day on the 60-day DL.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

CHICAGO BULLS—Re-signed F-C Tyson Chandler to a multiyear contract.

SEATTLE SUPERSONICS—Re-signed F Vladimir Radmanovic to a one-year contract.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ATLANTA FALCONS—Signed OG Tyson Clabo, RB DeAndra Cobb and CB Leigh Torrence to the practice squad. Relased QB Bryan Randall and OT Thomas Barnett from the practice squad.

CLEVELAND BROWNS—Released QB Doug Johnson. Claimed QB Derek Anderson off waivers from Baltimore.

GREEN BAY PACKERS—Re-signed TE Ben Steele. Placed WR Javon Walker on injured rerserve.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Signed RB Kory Chapman. Signed RB Anthony Davis to the practice squad. Released DE Jason Stewart. Released DE Gabe Nyenhuis from the practice squad.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Placed S Donovin Darius on injured reserve. Re-signed G Derrick Fletcher and DT Martin Chase. Signed WR Chad Owens to the practice squad.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed DL Santonio Thomas to the practice squad.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

DALLAS STARS—Assigned D Mark Fistric to Vancouver of the WHL.

MINNESOTA WILD—Assigned C Rickard Wallin, C Erik Westrum, D Kurtis Foster, G Josh Harding, RW Kirby Law, D Erik Reitz, D Clayton Stoner, RW Joey Tetarenko and LW Roman Voloshenko to Houston of the AHL, and D A.J. Thelen to Prince Albert of the WHL.

NEW YORK RANGERS—Named Perre Dorion amateur scout. Signed D Marc Staal.

SAN JOSE SHARKS—Assigned RW Tom Cavanagh, D Tim Conboy, LW Glenn Olson, LW Josh Prudden, C Patrick Rissmiller, RW Jonathan Tremblay and C Craig Valette to Cleveland of the AHL.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING—Assigned G Jonathan Boutin, RW Jim Campbell, G Morgan Cey, G Gerald Coleman, D Mike Egener, LW Brandon Elliott, LW Mitch Fritz, D Brady Greco, LW Adam Henrich, RW Zbynek Hrdel, LW Norm Milley, LW Dennis Packard, D Harlan Pratt, D Paul Ranger, RW Darren Reid, D Jay Rosehill, C Jean-Francois Soucy and C John Toffey to Springfield of the AHL, LW Justin Keller to Kelowna of the WHL, and D Vladimir Mihalik to Red Deer of the WHL.

TODAY’S ODDS

America’s Line

NO LINE REPORT: On the NFL board, there is no line on the Jaguars - Jets game due to Jacksonville QB Byron Leftwich (questionable); there is no line on the Falcons - Bills game due to Atlanta QB Michael Vick (questionable).

FOOTBALL

NFL
Favorite Points Underdog
Open Current O/U
Sunday
RAMS 6.5 6.5 (45.5) Titans
EAGLES 8.5 1/8 7.5 3/8 (46.5) Raiders
Bengals 3 3 (39) BEARS
JETS NL NL (NL) Jaguars
VIKINGS 3.5 3.5 (44.5) Saints
Panthers 3.5 3.5 (36.5) DOLPHINS
COLTS 13.5 13.5 (46.5) Browns
BILLS NL NL (NL) Falcons
Bucs 3 3.5 (37.5) PACKERS
SEAHAWKS 6.5 6.5 (42) Cards
STEELERS 3 3 (41.5) Patriots
Cowboys 6.5 6.5 (41) 49ERS
CHARGERS 5 5.5 (42) Giants
Monday
BRONCOS 3 3 (49) Chiefs
COLLEGE
Favorite Points Underdog
Open Current O/U
UTAH 8 7 (52) Air Force
Friday
Iowa St 18 17 (46) ARMY
California 29 30 (57) NEW MEXICO ST
Saturday
OHIO ST 7 7.5 (41) Iowa
VA TECH 10.5 11 (40) Ga Tech
MINNESOTA 3 3.5 (55) Purdue
Penn St 6.5 7.5 (50) NORTHWESTERN
Michigan St 10 10.5 (59) ILLINOIS
CLEMSON 3.5 3 (42) Boston Coll
Louisville 22 20 S FLORIDA
WAKE FOREST 3 2.5 Maryland
Georgia 15.5 15 MISS ST
W Michigan 3.5 3.5 TEMPLE
C MICHIGAN 4 4.5 E Michigan
VIRGINIA 25 25 Duke
OHIO U 4 4 Kent St
BYU 3 3.5 Tcu
W VIRGINIA 20 21 E Carolina
ALABAMA 16 15.5 (48) Arkansas
Florida 23 23 (51) KENTUCKY
NC STATE 9.5 10 (42) N Carolina
Notre Dame 13 13 (53) WASHINGTON
MIAMI-FLA 13.5 14 (44) Colorado
Marshall 3 3.5 C FLORIDA
Usc 19.5 21.5 (69) OREGON
MISSISSIPPI 3 2 Wyoming
No Illinois 6.5 6.5 (60) AKRON
So Miss 2 PPD HOUSTON
Memphis 1 PK TULSA
LSU 6.5 6.5 (43) Tennessee
Michigan 3 3 (49) WISCONSIN
COLORADO ST 16 17.5 Nev-Reno
Arizona St 4 6.5 (64) OREGON ST
IDAHO 3 1.5 (68) Hawaii
FLA ATLANTIC 6.5 7 UL-Monroe
S CAROLINA 18 19.5 Troy St
KANSAS ST 23.5 24.5 North Texas
ARKANSAS ST 10 10 Florida Int’l

Home teams in capital letters. Note: Open is the opening line, current is the up to date line, and O/U is the over/under point total for each game.

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