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FOOTBALL

NFL

All Times PDT

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

EastWLTPctPFPA
Miami210.6676851
New England210.6677067
Buffalo120.3334150
N.Y. Jets120.3334460
SouthWLTPctPFPA
Indianapolis3001.0004716
Jacksonville210.6675544
Tennessee120.3335975
Houston020.0001449
NorthWLTPctPFPA
Cincinnati3001.0008828
Pittsburgh210.6678137
Cleveland120.3334564
Baltimore020.0001749
WestWLTPctPFPA
Denver210.6676061
Kansas City210.6676054
San Diego120.3338671
Oakland030.0005776

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

EastWLTPctPFPA
Washington2001.0002320
Dallas210.6677569
N.Y. Giants210.6679274
Philadelphia210.6677537
SouthWLTPctPFPA
Tampa Bay3001.0006032
Atlanta210.6675647
Carolina120.3337167
New Orleans120.3334980
NorthWLTPctPFPA
Detroit110.5002341
Chicago120.3335239
Minnesota120.3335477
Green Bay030.0004360
WestWLTPctPFPA
St. Louis210.6677367
Seattle210.6677256
San Francisco120.33362101
Arizona030.0004396

Sunday’s Games

Buffalo vs. New Orleans at San Antonio, 10 a.m.

St. Louis at N.Y. Giants, 10 a.m.

Seattle at Washington, 10 a.m.

Denver at Jacksonville, 10 a.m.

Indianapolis at Tennessee, 10 a.m.

Houston at Cincinnati, 10 a.m.

Detroit at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m.

San Diego at New England, 10 a.m.

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

Minnesota at Atlanta, 1:15 p.m.

Dallas at Oakland, 1:15 p.m.

Philadelphia at Kansas City, 1:15 p.m.

San Francisco vs. Arizona at Mexico City, 5:30 p.m.

Monday’s Game

Green Bay at Carolina, 6 p.m.

NFL Injury Report

SUNDAY

BUFFALO BILLS (1-2) AT NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (1-2) — Bills: OUT: WR Roscoe Parrish (wrist); LB Takeo Spikes (Achilles). QUESTIONABLE: TE Tim Euhus (shoulder); T Mike Williams (ankle); S Coy Wire (thigh). Saints: OUT: S Jay Bellamy (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: CB Fakhir Brown (knee); WR Az-Zahir Hakim (hamstring); G Montrae Holland (knee); WR Joe Horn (hamstring); DE Darren Howard (ankle); G Jermane Mayberry (shoulder); CB Mike McKenzie (neck); S Dwight Smith (toe); RB Aaron Stecker (ankle); DT Brian Young (foot).

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (3-0) AT TENNESSEE TITANS (1-2) — 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: WR Troy Walters (hamstring). PROBABLE: DE Raheem Brock (neck); RB Ran Carthon (thigh); LB David Thornton (groin); DT Larry Tripplett (knee). Titans: OUT: S Vincent Fuller (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: C Eugene Amano (concussion); DT Albert Haynesworth (knee); WR Courtney Roby (toe); S Justin Sandy (foot); LB Peter Sirmon (knee).

DENVER BRONCOS (2-1) AT JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (2-1) — Broncos: QUESTIONABLE: CB Roc Alexander (hamstring); CB Champ Bailey (hamstring); LB Patrick Chukwurah (ankle/thigh); WR Todd Devoe (hamstring); LB Louis Green (hamstring). PROBABLE: RB Tatum Bell (ankle); S Sam Brandon (groin); TE Nate Jackson (hamstring); TE Jeb Putzier (toe); RB Cecil Sapp (ankle); WR Rod Smith (concussion); CB Darrent Williams (ankle). Jaguars: OUT: WR Cortez Hankton (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: G Chris Naeole (knee); DT Marcus Stroud (knee); T Maurice Williams (knee). PROBABLE: DE Reggie Hayward (foot); CB Rashean Mathis (ankle).

DETROIT LIONS (1-1) AT TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-0) — Lions: OUT: QB Jeff Garcia (ankle); RB Cory Schlesinger (fibula). DOUBTFUL: LB Alex Lewis (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: S Vernon Fox (elbow); DE James Hall (groin); K Jason Hanson (right hamstring). PROBABLE: LB Teddy Lehman (knee). Buccaneers: QUESTIONABLE: S Dexter Jackson (hamstring); G Matt Stinchcomb (lower back). PROBABLE: RB Carnell Williams (foot).

HOUSTON TEXANS (0-2) AT CINCINNATI BENGALS (3-0) — Texans: OUT: DE Gary Walker (shoulder). PROBABLE: LB Jason Babin (shoulder); CB Lewis Sanders (neck/shoulder). Bengals: QUESTIONABLE: T Willie Anderson (back). PROBABLE: RB Rudi Johnson (knee); P Kyle Larson (back); DE Carl Powell (knee); LB Brian Simmons (neck).

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (1-2) AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (2-1) — Chargers: QUESTIONABLE: G Toniu Fonoti (hand); C Nick Hardwick (neck); WR Vincent Jackson (calf); TE Ryan Krause (foot); LB Shaun Phillips (calf). Patriots: OUT: RB Kevin Faulk (foot); T Matt Light (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: LB Tully Banta-Cain (knee); CB Randall Gay (ankle); T Brandon Gorin (thigh); DE Marquise Hill (ankle); CB Tyrone Poole (ankle); S James Sanders (ankle); CB Chad Scott (shoulder/hand); CB Duane Starks (thigh). PROBABLE: QB Tom Brady (right shoulder).

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (2-1) AT WASHINGTON REDSKINS (2-0) — Seahawks: OUT: T Wayne Hunter (hamstring). DOUBTFUL: T Floyd Womack (triceps). QUESTIONABLE: WR Peter Warrick (groin). PROBABLE: CB Kelly Herndon (neck). Redskins: QUESTIONABLE: K John Hall (right quadricep); CB Walt Harris (calf); S Pierson Prioleau (hamstring). PROBABLE: T Jon Jansen (thumb); LB Lemar Marshall (groin); S Sean Taylor (shoulder).

ST. LOUIS RAMS (2-1) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (2-1) — Rams: DOUBTFUL: WR Isaac Bruce (toe); T Rex Tucker (calf). QUESTIONABLE: S Michael Hawthorne (ankle); RB Steven Jackson (chest). PROBABLE: QB Marc Bulger (ribs); CB Terry Fair (neck); DT Jimmy Kennedy (illness); TE Brandon Manumaleuna (knee); G Tom Nutten (toe). Giants: QUESTIONABLE: LB Barrett Green (knee/ankle); RB Chad Morton (hamstring); CB William Peterson (back); CB Corey Webster (quadricep).

DALLAS COWBOYS (2-1) AT OAKLAND RAIDERS (0-3) — Cowboys: QUESTIONABLE: LB Ryan Fowler (calf). Raiders: OUT: WR Ronald Curry (Achilles). QUESTIONABLE: RB John Paul Foschi (knee); DT Edward Jasper (ankle). PROBABLE: TE Courtney Anderson (knee); CB Charles Woodson (knee).

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (2-1) AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (2-1) — Eagles: OUT: K David Akers (right hamstring). DOUBTFUL: DT Darwin Walker (thigh). PROBABLE: CB Roderick Hood (hamstring); QB Donovan McNabb (abdomen/groin/chest); WR Terrell Owens (abdomen/groin); CB Lito Sheppard (knee); DE Juqua Thomas (knee); LB Jeremiah Trotter (knee). Chiefs: OUT: LB Keyaron Fox (knee); DT Ryan Sims (foot). QUESTIONABLE: DE Carlos Hall (back); T Willie Roaf (hamstring). PROBABLE: TE Jason Dunn (knee); CB Dexter McCleon (hamstring); RB Tony Richardson (knee); LB Rich Scanlon (shoulder); LB Gary Stills (shoulder).

NEW YORK JETS (1-2) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (0-2) — Jets: OUT: RB B.J. Askew (ankle); LB Eric Barton (ankle); QB Jay Fiedler (right shoulder); QB Chad Pennington (right shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: T Jason Fabini (knee). PROBABLE: DE Shaun Ellis (knee); DE Trevor Johnson (head); DT James Reed (shoulder); RB Jerald Sowell (ankle). Ravens: OUT: QB Kyle Boller (foot).

MINNESOTA VIKINGS (1-2) AT ATLANTA FALCONS (2-1) — Vikings: OUT: WR Nate Burleson (knee); CB Brian Williams (knee). DOUBTFUL: DE Lance Johnstone (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: LB E.J. Henderson (ankle); S Darren Sharper (knee); DE Kenechi Udeze (knee). PROBABLE: LB Sam Cowart (knee); LB Dontarrious Thomas (hamstring); RB Moe Williams (knee). Falcons: DOUBTFUL: LB Antoine Cash (groin). PROBABLE: CB Allen Rossum (hamstring); DE Brady Smith (quadricep); CB Jason Webster (knee); WR Dez White (hamstring).

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (1-2) AT ARIZONA CARDINALS (0-3) — 49ers: DOUBTFUL: CB Ahmed Plummer (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: T Jonas Jennings (shoulder); LB Julian Peterson (hamstring). PROBABLE: WR Arnaz Battle (knee); C Jeremy Newberry (knee). Cardinals: OUT: LB Gerald Hayes (knee); CB Antrel Rolle (knee); T Oliver Ross (hand); QB Kurt Warner (groin). QUESTIONABLE: RB James Jackson (hamstring); LB Eric Johnson (hamstring).

MONDAY

GREEN BAY PACKERS (0-3) AT CAROLINA PANTHERS (1-2) — Packers: QUESTIONABLE: CB Ahmad Carroll (knee); TE Bubba Franks (knee). PROBABLE: WR Donald Driver (ankle); DE Aaron Kampman (quadricep); CB Joey Thomas (concussion); G William Whitticker (knee). Panthers: QUESTIONABLE: CB Ken Lucas (shoulder); DE Kemp Rasmussen (knee); TE Mike Seidman (shoulder); DE Al Wallace (toe); LB Will Witherspoon (knee).

CFL

East DivisionWLTPtsPFPA
Toronto75014309259
Montreal66012401343
Ottawa58010315428
Hamilton21004239417
West DivisionWLTPtsPFPA
Brit. Col.111022392290
Edmonton85016358288
Calgary76014366336
Saskatchewan76014327316
Winnipeg41008373413

Thursday’s Game

Ottawa at Toronto

High school

Washington Prep Poll

4A

1, Southridge (3) 4-0 48

2, Skyline (2) 4-0 47

3, Capital 4-0 39

4, Mead 4-0 30

5, Pasco 3-1 28

6, Puyallup 4-0 27

7, Gonzaga Prep 4-0 10

7, Curtis 3-1 10

9, Arlington 4-0 7

10, Olympia 4-0 6

3A

1, Bellevue (5) 4-0 50

2, Ferndale 4-0 45

3, Camas 4-0 36

3, O’Dea 3-1 36

5, Prosser 3-1 27

6, Rainier Beach 4-0 25

7, Tumwater 4-0 17

8, Lakes 4-0 14

9, Lynden 4-0 9

10, Shorecrest 4-0 7

2A

1, Pullman (4) 4-0 49

2, Archbishop Murphy (1) 4-0 46

3, Cashmere 4-0 38

4, Montesano 4-0 35

5, Eatonville 4-0 28

6, Connell 3-1 18

7, Orting 4-0 17

8, Mount Baker 4-0 13

9, East Valley (Yakima) 3-1 9

(tie) 10, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 3-1 7

(tie) 10, Ridgefield 4-0 7

1A

1, Royal (5) 4-0 50

2, Friday Harbor 4-0 44

3, Granger 4-0 38

(tie) 4, Tonasket 3-1 27

(tie) 4, Wahluke 4-0 27

6, Freeman 2-1 25

7, Illwaco 4-0 20

8, Zillah 3-1 19

9, Kalama 3-1 13

10, Cascade Christian 4-0 9

B-11

1, Reardan (3) 3-0 47

2, DeSales (1) 3-1 44

3, Willapa Valley (1) 4-0 43

4, Davenport 3-0 34

5, Wahkiakum 3-1 32

6, Mabton 4-0 22

7, Tacoma Baptist 3-1 16

(tie) 8, Lind-Ritzville 3-1 14

(tie) 8, Selkirk 4-0 14

10, Orcas Island 3-1 8

B-8

1, LaCrosse-Washtucna (5) 4-0 50

2, Columbia-Hunters 4-0 44

3, Lummi 4-0 39

4, Colton 4-0 30

5, Tri-Cities Prep 4-0 18

HOCKEY

NHL Preseason

All Times PDT

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Philadelphia40082012
N.Y. Islanders23151518
New Jersey200463
Pittsburgh13241722
N.Y. Rangers1202610
Northeast DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Ottawa500102610
Buffalo520102319
Montreal42082117
Boston33172222
Toronto24041923
Southeast DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Carolina32172419
Tampa Bay22151517
Florida22041014
Washington1313720
Atlanta13021923

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Central DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Detroit42192516
Chicago42082017
Nashville3106129
St. Louis22151517
Columbus25041329
Northwest DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
Calgary42192015
Colorado3017107
Edmonton34062025
Minnesota33061913
Vancouver12241417
Pacific DivisionWLOTPtsGFGA
San Jose600122215
Dallas43082625
Los Angeles32172621
Anaheim23151820
Phoenix15021430

Wednesday’s Results

Boston 5, Montreal 2

Ottawa 5, Buffalo 2

Detroit 9, Columbus 0

Dallas 5, St. Louis 4, OT

Calgary 5, Edmonton 0

San Jose 1, Phoenix 0

Vancouver 3, Anaheim 1

Today’s Games

Carolina at Florida, 4 p.m.

New Jersey at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.

N.Y. Islanders at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 4:30 p.m.

Atlanta at Nashville, 5 p.m.

Los Angeles at Colorado, 6 p.m.

WHL

EASTERN CONFERENCE

East DivisionGWLOTLSOLGFGAP
Moose Jaw 220001454
Regina 32100554
Saskatoon 21100792
Brandon 21100432
Prince Albert 202005120
Central DivisionGWLOTLSOLGFGAP
Calgary 22000934
Medicine Hat 21001763
Lethbridge 21100672
Swift Current 31200892
Red Deer 20200390

WESTERN CONFERENCE

B.C. DivisionGWLOTLSOLGFGAP
Kootenay 220001134
Kamloops 3210012114
Prince George 21100732
Kelowna 21100682
Vancouver 10001231
U.S. DivisionGWLOTLSOLGFGAP
Portland 220001154
Seattle 312005112
Everett 10100460
Spokane 10100240
Tri-City 10100170

Wednesday’s Results

Kamloops 4 Seattle 2

Regina 2 Swift Current 1

Today’s Game

Kootenay at Calgary

AUTO RACING

This week’s events

All Times PDT

NASCAR NEXTEL CUP

UAW-Ford 500

Site: Talladega, Ala. Schedule: Friday, qualifying (Speed Channel, 1 p.m.); Sunday, race (NBC, 11 a.m.). Track: Talladega Superspeedway (tri-oval, 2.66 miles, 33 degrees banking in turns). Race distance: 500 miles, 188 laps. Last race: Jimmie Johnson barely hung on to beat teammate Kyle Busch in the MBNA 400 at Dover International Speedway, a victory that vaulted Johnson into the lead in the Chase for the championship. It was the third victory of the year for Johnson, who now leads Rusty Wallace by seven points after two of 10 races in the Chase. Last year: Dale Earnhardt Jr. temporarily held the lead in the standings after winning the EA Sports 500 at Talladega, but dropped to second after being docked 25 points and fined $10,000 by NASCAR for using a vulgarity during a televised post-race interview. Fast facts: Tony Stewart, the Nextel Cup points leader for the last seven races, had his streak of consecutive top-10 finishes end at 13 after his ill-handling car finished 18th at Dover. … Johnson has won five of the 12 Chase races since the system was implemented last season. … Jeff Gordon won the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega on May 1. Next race: Banquet 400, Oct. 9, Kansas City, Kan.

NHRA

Ameriquest Nationals

Site: Joliet, Ill. Schedule: Friday, qualifying, 1:30 p.m.; Saturday, qualifying, 10:15 a.m. (ESPN2, 2 p.m., tape); Sunday, eliminations, 9 a.m. (ESPN2, 5 p.m., tape). Track: Route 66 Raceway. Last event: Tony Schumacher won the Toyo Tires Nationals at Mohnton, Pa., for a third straight season on Sept. 18 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. Fast facts: Last week’s event at Ennis, Texas, was postponed until Oct. 6-9 because of Hurricane Rita. … Gary Scelzi upped his lead in the Funny Car standings from one point to 26 over Robert Hight after advancing to the semifinals at Mohnton. … John Force recorded his 86th career Funny Car victory at the 2000 event to become the winningest driver in NHRA history. Next event: O’Reilly Fall Nationals, Oct. 9, Ennis, Texas. On the Net: http://www.nhra.com

NASCAR BUSCH

Last race: Ryan Newman tied the series record by winning in his fourth consecutive start this season, a dominant performance in a wreck-filled Dover 200 in Delaware. Newman won in Watkins Glen, Bristol and Michigan, but had not competed in the previous two events. He tied the record set by Sam Ard, who won four races in a row in 1983. Next race: United Way 300, Oct. 8, Kansas City.

NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCKS

Last race: Todd Bodine passed Ted Musgrave on the final lap in a green-white-checker finish at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for his second truck victory of the season. Musgrave, who trailed series points leader Dennis Setzer by 59 points going into the race, cut the difference to five points when Setzer finished 14th.

CHAMP CAR WORLD SERIES

Last race: Sebastien Bourdais survived a crash with Paul Tracy and a brush with his own teammate to win the Hurricane Relief 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Oriol Servia and Bourdais touched wheels on the 141st of 166 laps, but both continued and despite front-end damage from his collision with Tracy, Bourdais edged his teammate by 0.312 seconds — about three car lengths.

FORMULA ONE

Last race: Fernando Alonso became F1’s youngest champion by finishing third in the Brazilian Grand Prix. The 24-year-old Spaniard needed only a top-three finish in the race, which was won by Juan Pablo Montoya. Next race: Japanese Grand Prix, Oct. 9, Suzuka.

INDY RACING LEAGUE

Last race: Dan Wheldon celebrated his first IRL title and Scott Dixon won the inaugural Indy Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, N.Y. Wheldon, a 27-year-old Englishman, secured the title when the race became official at the halfway point, the start of lap 31. Next race: Toyota Indy 400, Oct. 16, Fontana, Calif.

CROSS COUNTRY

High school

Greater Spokane League

At Ferris

Boys

Team scoring–Ferris 21, East Valley 40; Ferris 15, Cheney 49; East Valley 18, Cheney 39.

Individuals–1, Robert Cosby (Fer) 15:40. 2, Nick Atwood (EV) 15:50. 3, Steve Olsen (Fer) 16:10. 4, David Hickerson (Fer) 16:11. 5, Tyler Thatcher (EV) 16:37. 6, Joey Roberts (Fer) 16:38. 7, Pat Maloney (Fer) 16:53. 8, Paul Hawkins (Fer) 17:15. 9, Dan Sigley (Che) 17:21. 10, Jeff Devlin (Fer) 17:32.

Girls

Team scoring–East Valley 20, Ferris 41; Ferris 27, Cheney 28; East Valley 25, Cheney 34.

Individuals–1, Becky Mackelprang (Fer) 19:22. 2, Joanne Mayer (EV) 20:29. 3, Kyle Miller (Che) 20:39. 4, Lauren Bergam (EV) 20:59. 5, Anna Kimball (Che) 21:01. 6, Maddie Brown (Che) 21:03. 7, Elise Olk (EV) 21:09. 8, Elise Thatcher (EV) 21:14. 9, Devon Borja (EV) 21:56. 10, Evy Barbour (EV) 21:56.

At Clarkston

Boys

Team scoring–Mead 15, Clarkston 50; Central Valley 17, Clarkston 46; Mead 16, Central Valley 47.

Individuals–1, Dylan Hatcher (Mea) 15:20. 2, Taylor Nepon (Mea) 15:21. 3, Steve Gimpel (Mead) 15:25. 4, Kalvin Daratha (Mea) 15:28. 5, Sean Coyle (CV) 15:33. 6, Brian Palmer (Mea) 15:37. 7, Kelly Lynch (Mea) 15:41. 8, Ryan Bishop (Mea) 15:47. 9, Jason Stoker (CV) 16:16. 10, Jayson Taylor (CV) 16:17.

Girls

Team scoring–Mead 15, Clarkston 50; Central Valley 15, Clarkston 50; Central Valley 27, Mead 28.

Individuals–1, Anna Layman (CV) 18:41. 2, Ryan Torpie (Mea) 18:47. 3, Cailyn Torpie (Mea) 19:23. 4, Tris Kline (CV) 19:24. 5, Breanna Barsten (CV) 19:36. 6, Alli Price (Mea) 19:44. 7, Melinda Miller (CV) 19:47. 8, Lexi Price (Mea) 19:54. 9, Nikki Codd (Mea) 20:01. 10, Robyn Swanson (CV) 20:16.

At Finch Arboretum

Boys

Team scoring–Mt. Spokane 19, Gonzaga Prep 38; Shadle Park 25, Gonzaga Prep 31; Gonzaga Prep 20, Rogers 21; Mt. Spokane 18, Rogers 43; Mt. Spokane 24, Shadle Parke 33; Shadle Park 18, Rogers 44.

Individuals–1, Mike Hartanov (MtS) 17:20. 2, Dan Renz (SP) 17:34. 3, Thomas Gall (SP) 17:37. 4, Justin Farris (MtS) 17:50. 5, Steven McConnell (Rog) 17:54. 6, Trevin Goodrick (MtS) 18:03. 7, Fletcher Morgan (GP) 18:05. 8, Morgan Hartanov (MtS) 18:07. 9, Zach Weber (GP) 18:07. 10, Taylor Gregory (GP) 18:11.

Girls

Team scoring–Mt. Spokane 20, Gonzaga Prep 36; Shadle Park 23, Gonzaga Prep 37; Gonzaga Prep 24, Rogers 33; Mt. Spokane 19, Rogers 39; Mt. Spokane 27, Shadle Park 30; Shadle Park 20, Rogers 39.

Individuals–1, Megan O’Reilly (MtS) 20:11. 2, Cami Nelson (SP) 20:39. 3, Jessica Klier (MtS) 20:57. 4, Courtney Zalud (MtS) 21:00. 5, Tanna DeRuyter (GP) 21:19. 6, Theresa Hailey (GP) 21:33. 7, Danielle Slaughter (SP) 21:57. 8, Jordan Carlson (SP) 22:08. 9, Brittanie Vargo (Rog) 22:19. 10, Amy Pomante (MtS) 22:21.

At Audubon Park

Boys

Team scoring–North Central 20, West Valley 38; North Central 17, University 41; North Central 24, Lewis and Clark 34; West Valley 26, University 30; Lewis and Clark 25, West Valley 30; Lewis and Clark 25, University 31.

Individuals–1, Ryan Zentz (LC) 16:01. 2, James Clark (NC) 16:16. 3, Andrew Scott (NC) 16:21. 4, Bobby Batch (LC) 16:33. 5, Jake Sanders (NC) 16:36. 6, Richard Keroach (WV) 16:40. 7, Josh Gardner (WV) 16:44. 8, Nate Havko (NC) 16:47. 9, Bill McElroy (U-Hi) 16:47. 10, Garrett Hanson (WV) 16:48.

Girls

Team scoring–North Central 21, West Valley 36; North Central 23, University 32; North Central 23, Lewis and Clark 32; University 21, West Valley 40; Lewis and Clark 21, West valley 37; Lewis and Clark 24, University 32.

Individuals–1, Mary Graesser (NC) 19:48. 2, Larsen Agee (WV) 19:53. 3, Rachel Ballard (NC) 19:55. 4, Kayla Pattison (NC) 19:56. 5, Leigh Fredrickson (LC) 20:03. 6, Rachel Fridge (UHi) 20:09. 7, Eleanor Siler (LC) 20:18. 8, Logan Amstadter (LC) 20:30. 9, Karen Owens (UHi) 20:46. 10, Leslie Berkseth (UHi) 21:15.

GOLF

College men

PING/Golfweek Fall Preview

At Crosswater Club, Sunriver, Ore., Par 72

Team scoring–Georgia 845, Georgia Tech 860, Oklahoma State 862, UNLV 867, Duke 869, Kentucky 871, Augusta State 875, Washington 876, New Mexico 877, Brigham Young 878, Arizona State 880, Wake Forest 882, Auburn 887, Southern California 894, Portland 925.

Individuals: Medalist–Brian Harmon (UG) 69-67-69–205; Pablo Martin (OSU) 73-64-68–205. 3, Robert Castro (GTU) 73-67-68–208. 4, Webb Simpson (WFU) 70-67-72–209. 5, Alex Prugh (UW) 73-68-69–210. Also: 9, James Lepp (UW) 70-70-73–213. 32, Erik Olson (UW) 79-72-71–222. 67, Joe Panzeri (UW) 76-79-78–233. 69, Sterling Clark (UW) 79-78-77–234.

College women

Wolf Pack Invitational

At D’Andrea Golf Club, Sparks, Nev., Par 71

Team scoring–San Jose State 913, Nevada 938, Boise State 947, Fresno State 954, Northern Iowa 965, Weber State 976, Lamar 978, Sacramento State 981, Gonzaga 986, Portland 987, Eastern Washington 987, Cal Poly 991.

Individuals: Medalist–Katie Street (BSU) 73-72-78–223. Also: 9, Mary Kate Morgan (GU) 81-74-80–235. 21, Chelsey Lollar (EWU) 82-80-79–241. 29, Lauren Phillips (GU) 85-80-80–245. 29, Chloe Nelson (EWU) 81-81-83–245. 38, Katie Kofmehl (EWU) 82-84-82–248. 46, Lacey Jo Manwaring (GU) 87-86-78–251. 48, Sheena Prante (EWU) 83-83-87–253. 55, Jennifer Swanson (GU) 90-86-84–260, Sarah Sheffield (GU) 85-89-86–260. 60, Ashley Wieber (EWU) 93-98-97–288.

SOCCER

MLS

Saturday’s Games (PDT)

D.C. United at MetroStars, 4:30 p.m.

San Jose at New England, 4:30 p.m.

CD Chivas USA at Columbus, 4:30 p.m.

Chicago at Kansas City, 5 p.m.

Real Salt Lake at Colorado, 6 p.m.

FC Dallas at Los Angeles, 7 p.m.

High school boys

Northeast A/B

NW Christian 3, Valley Christian 0

First half–1, NWC, Friedly, 16:00. 2, NWC, DeLeMatter (Gallegos) 31:00. Second half–3, NWC, DeLeMatter (Friedly) 76:00.

Shots on goal–Northwest Christian 16, Valley Christian 11. Saves–Northwest Christian, Richardson 5. Valley Christian, Seeman 9.

High school girls

Inland Empire League

Lake City 1, Sandpoint 1

First half–1, LC, McDonald, 32:00. Second half–2, San, Betts 62:00.

Shots on goal–Lake City 8, Sandpoint 6. Saves–Lake City, Powers 5. Sandpoint, Krabacher 7.

Greater Spokane League

Central Valley 7, Rogers 0

First half — 1, CV, Bowman (Weisbeck), 5:00. 2, CV, Corigliano (Bowman), 17:00. 3, CV, Weisbeck, 18:00. Second half — 4, CV, Willard (Balcom), 44:00. 5, CV, Corigliano (Lochikar), 57:00. 6, CV, Balcom (Willard), 63:00. 7, CV, Balcom (Willard), 67:00.

Shots on goal–Central Valley 25, Rogers 5. Saves — Central Valley, Lochikar 1, Davis 1. Rogers, Crossley 18.

Cheney 2, North Central 1

First half — 1, NC, Capwell, 38:00. Second half–2, Che, own goal, 62:00. 3, Che, Reynolds, 67:00.

Shots on goal–Cheney 12, North Central 7. Saves–Cheney, Knox 2. North Central, Kahler 5.

Mt. Spokane 5, Clarkston 0

First half–1, MtS, Mollison (Rife) 7:00. 2, MtS, Hallman (Rife) 8:00. 3, MtS, Pomante (Jones), 12:00. 4, MtS, Mollison (Bronson), 24:00. 5, MtS, Pittman (Bronson), 36:00. Second half–None.

Shots on goal–Clarkston 1, Mt. Spokane 17. Saves–Clarkston, Mackay 12. Mt. Spokane, Phillipy 1.

Mead 4, East Valley 1

First half–1, Mea, C.Mykines (Smith), 2:00. 2, Mea, M.Mykines (Garrett), 6:00. 3, Etten (C.Mykines), 17:00. Second half–4, EV, Williamson, 46:00. 5, Mea, Faulkenberry, 64:00.

Shots on goal–East Valey 4, Mead 10. Saves–East Valley, Myre 1, Como 6. Mead, Swift 3, Novotney 2.

Gonzaga Prep 1, Ferris 0

First half–None. Second half–1, GP, Cronin (Davis), 65:00.

Shots on goal–Ferris 9, Gonzaga Prep 9. Saves–Ferris, Boyden 7. Gonzaga Prep, Kuhar-Pitters 7.

Shadle Park 2, Lewis and Clark 1

First half–1, SP, A.Fenter, 10:00. 2, LC, Hong (Dittman) 11:00. Second half–None. First overtime–None. Second overtime–None. Shootout–Shadle Park 4 (A.Fenter, Bolding, Bolle, Margitich), Lewis and Clark 3 (Nanny, Kohls-Chase, Gravelle).

Shots on goal–Lewis and Clark 10, Shadle Park 10. Saves–Lewis and Clark, Rothstrom 9. Shadle Park, Schwartz 9.

University 6, West Valley 0

First half–1, U-Hi, Schnibbe, :39. 2, U-Hi, Nichols (Rassier), 28:55. 3, U-Hi, Schnibbe (Nichols), 31:00. 4, U-Hi, Nichols (Santiago), 34:00. 5, U-Hi, Goss (Schnibbe), 37:23. 6, U-Hi, Schnibbe (Sinvlinger), 39:00. Second half–None.

Shots on goal–University 28, West Valley 3. Saves–University, Meyer 2. West Valley, Carey 19.

SOFTBALL

High school

District 81 Slowpitch

Lewis and Clark 3, North Central 0

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Sanders and Hank; Moravec and Horton. W—Moravec (2-1). L—Sanders (0-3).

HITS: North Central—Darcy, Degon 2, Destefano, Hank, Skillingstad. Lewis and Clark—Urgeleit, Harris, Ormsby, Mackin, Burke, Horton, White. 2B—Urgeleit.

Rogers 11, Ferris 1

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Sposito and Hire; Shelton and Allen, Oestreich. W—Shelton (3-0). L—Sposito (2-1).

HITS: Ferris—Allen 2, Tangvald 2, Medina, Rose, Viau, Hire. Rogers—Muhammad, Knight 4, Carlon 3, Whitehead, Jones 2, Gracier, Shelton 2, Clark, Scott, Coning. 2B—Allen, Medina, Viau, Knight, Jones. 3B—Knight, Carlon, Whitehead, Shelton.

VOLLEYBALL

High school

Whitman County League

LaCrosse-Washtucna def. Asotin 26-24, 25-11, 25-14. Kills-Schmidt (Aso) 3, K.Koller (LCW) 8. Assists-McIntosh (Aso) 13, K.Koller (LCW) 10. Aces-McIntosh (Aso) 4, A.Koller (LCW) 2. Digs-Heitstuman (Aso) 7, Spartan (LCW) 6. Blocks-Heitstuman (Aso) 3, A.Koller (LCW) 3.

FISH COUNTS

The upstream movement of Chinook, steelhead and shad at Columbia and Snake River Dams on Tuesday, 9/27/2005 and year-to-date totals:

SiteChinookSteelheadShad
Bonneville5,7243,036-1
Year totals536,060283,7314,057,486
The Dalles3,3312,9850
Year totals335,381189,6826,064,356
John Day2,9543,354No Count
Year totals273,517166,040No Count
McNary2,7324,8600
Year totals219,962139,8541,954,124
Ice Harbor2473,2290
Year totals48,81281,598280,981
L. Monumental2494,113No Count
Year totals44,57074,035No Count
Little Goose3474,187No Count
Year totals39,77261,034No Count
Lower Granite2363,7560
Year totals41,36054,26313,630
Priest Rapids4271560
Year totals93,39511,04910,255
Wells25740
Year totals37,7054,5690

MOVES

BASEBALL

American League

DETROIT TIGERS—Extended its affiliation agreements with Erie of the Eastern League through 2008, and West Michigan of the Midwest League through 2010.

National League

NEW YORK METS—Named David Newman senior vice president for marketing and communications, David Cohen executive vice president and general counsel and Paul Danforth senior vice president for corporate sales and services.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

BOSTON CELTICS—Re-signed Chris Wallace, general manager, to a two-year contract extension.

MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES—Signed G Kennedy Winston.

MILWAUKEE BUCKS—Signed G Andre Barrett and G Tommy Smith.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ATLANTA FALCONS—Signed WR Jerome Pathon. Assigned DL Junior Glymph to the practice squad. Signed DE Josh Savage to the practice squad.

BUFFALO BILLS—Placed LB Takeo Spikes on injured reserve. Signed LB Liam Ezekiel from the practice squad and LB Wendell Hunter to the practice squad.

GREEN BAY PACKERS—Signed RB Bobby Purify to the practice squad. Released RB Antoineo Harris from the practice squad.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed RB Amos Zereoue, S Michael Stone and OL Gene Mruczkowski. Signed G Ryan Krug to the practice squad. Released WR Andre Davis. Released LB Jared Newberry from the practice squad.

NEW YORK JETS—Signed QB Kliff Kingsbury.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Signed CB Willie Middlebrooks and WR Jason McAddley.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Signed WR Steven Harris and DB Curry Burns to the practice squad. Released OL Jason Nerys and DB Charles Byrd from the practice squad.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CALGARY FLAMES—Assigned F Tomi Maki, F David Moss and F Brandon Prust to Omaha of the AHL.

MONTREAL CANADIENS—Assigned F Corey Locke, F Andrei Kostitsyn, F Jonathan Ferland, D Jean-Philippe Cote and D Andrew Archer to Hamilton of the AHL.

NEW YORK RANGERS—Assigned F Garth Murray, F Craig Weller, D Martin Grenier, D Bryce Lampman and G Al Montoya to Hartford of the AHL.

TODAY’S ODDS

America’s Line

INJURY REPORT: On the NFL board, New York QB’s Chad Pennington and Jay Fiedler are both out. Brooks Bollinger is expected to start; Philadelphia QB Donovan McNabb is questionable and K David Akers is doubtful; St. Louis RB Steven Jackson is questionable; Buffalo LB Takeo Spikes is out for the season; Arizona QB Kurt Warner is out, Josh McCown is expected to start.

FOOTBALL

NFL
Favorite Points Underdog
Open Current O/U
Sunday
PATRIOTS 5.5 5.5 (47) Chargers
JAGUARS 4 4 (37) Broncos
BENGALS 9.5 9.5 (42) Texans
Colts 6.5 7 (45) TITANS
BUCS 6.5 6.5 (34) Lions
GIANTS 3 3 (46.5) Rams
s-SAINTS PK PK (39.5) Bills
REDSKINS 2 2 (36.5) Seahawks
RAVENS 7.5 7.5 (31.5) Jets
CHIEFS 2 2 (45.5) Eagles
FALCONS 6 5.5 (44.5) Vikings
RAIDERS 3 3 (47) Cowboys
m-Cards 3 3 (42.5) 49ers
Monday
PANTHERS 7.5 7.5 (43) Packers
COLLEGE
COLORADO ST 4.5 4 (61) Air Force
Friday
RUTGERS PK 1 (48) Pittsburgh
Saturday
IOWA 17 17.5 (52) Illinois
WISCONSIN 18.5 18 (48) Indiana
FLORIDA ST 21 21 (39) Syracuse
MICHIGAN ST 4 5 (56) Michigan
Colorado 2.5 3.5 (43) OKLAHOMA ST
Virginia 3 3.5 (44) MARYLAND
Clemson 6 6.5 (41) WAKE FOREST
Va Tech 11 10.5 (41) W VIRGINIA
TENNESSEE 21 21 Mississippi
NEBRASKA 4 3.5 (37) Iowa St
TEXAS A&M 23.5 22 Baylor
BOSTON COLL 35 38.5 Ball St
Navy 6 6 DUKE
E MICHIGAN 2 3.5 Kent St
Florida 3.5 3.5 (48) ALABAMA
Lsu 14.5 14.5 MISS ST
WYOMING 15.5 17 Unlv
Connecticut 10 10 (50) ARMY
Minnesota 3 2.5 (50) PENN ST
Texas 14.5 14.5 (60) MISSOURI
N CAROLINA 3 3.5 (52) Utah
Usc 16 16.5 (72) ARIZONA ST
UCLA 21.5 21.5 (60) Washington
CALIFORNIA 16 16 (53) Arizona
BOWLING GREEN 28 28.5 Temple
OREGON ST 2 1.5 (60) Wash St
MARSHALL 11 11.5 Smu
Utah St 3 2.5 IDAHO
Oregon 7 7 STANFORD
So Miss 7 7 E CAROLINA
AKRON 10.5 11 C Michigan
Nev-Reno 3.5 4 (61) SAN JOSE ST
MIAMI-FLA 20 21 (42) S Florida
PURDUE 3 3 (57) Notre Dame
ALA-BIRM 18.5 17.5 Rice
W MICHIGAN 10 10 Buffalo
TULSA 3 3 Houston
TEXAS TECH 15 18 (64) Kansas
OKLAHOMA 6 6.5 (48) Kansas St
LA TECH 10 10.5 New Mexico St
TCU 2.5 2.5 New Mexico
AUBURN 11.5 14 (43) S Carolina
Tex-El Paso 3 3.5 (51) MEMPHIS
Byu 2 1.5 (55) SAN DIEGO ST
Boise St 11 10.5 (69) HAWAII
LOUISVILLE 38.5 38 Fla Atlantic
Arkansas St 1 3 UL-MONROE
VANDERBILT 16.5 16 Mid Tenn St
C Florida 3 3.5 UL-LAFAYETTE

Home teams in capital letters.

s- San Antonio, Texas; m- Mexico City, Mexico.

Note: The Chiefs - Eagles game has been moved to a 4:15 ET start. 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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