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College

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Late Night at the Phog, Allen Fieldhouse, 7:30 p.m. (doors open
6:30)

Madness in Manhattan, Bramlage Coliseum, 7 p.m. (doors open
6:30)

VOLLEYBALL

Emporia State at Washburn, 7 p.m.

High school

FOOTBALL (all games 7 p.m.)

Royal Valley at Hayden

Highland Park at Shawnee Heights

Junction City at Washburn Rural

Topeka West at Seaman

Manhattan at Topeka High

GIRLS TENNIS

Class 6A state tournament (Rural, Topeka High) at Kossover
Tennis Center, 11:30 a.m.

Class 5A state tournament (Heights, Seaman, West, Highland
Park), Emporia High School, 11:30 a.m.

Class 4A state tournament (Hayden), Maize South High School,
11:30 a.m.

Amateur

HOCKEY

Topeka RoadRunners at Amarillo, 7 p.m.

Today’s line

College
football

TONIGHT

Favorite Points Underdog

Cincinnati 3 Louisville

SATURDAY

OKLAHOMA 24 Iowa St.

Baylor 1 Colorado

NEBRASKA 9? Texas

TEXAS TECH 3 Oklahoma St.

TEXAS A&M 3? Missouri

Miami 19? Duke

SYRACUSE Pk Pittsburgh

Rutgers-x 7 Army

CENT. MICHIGAN 13 Miami (Ohio)

CLEMSON 14 Maryland

MICHIGAN ST. 7 Illinois

PURDUE 5? Minnesota

N.C. State 7 East Carolina

GEORGIA 15 Vanderbilt

South Carolina 5 Kentucky

FLORIDA 7? Mississippi St.

ALABAMA 20? Mississippi

TEMPLE 20 Bowling Green

BALL ST. 14 E. Michigan

OHIO 17 Akron

COLORADO ST. 3 Unlv

NOTRE DAME 24 W. Michigan

N. ILLINOIS 14? Buffalo

North Carolina 6? Virginia

NAVY 1? Smu

SOUTHERN CAL 2? California

FLORIDA ST. 21? Boston
College

Iowa 3 Michigan

WASHINGTON 1 Oregon St.

VIRGINIA TECH 22? Wake Forest

Idaho 1 Louisiana Tech

TCU 29 Byu

UAB 2? Utep

Arizona 23? Washington St.

Utah 20? Wyoming

TOLEDO 3 Kent St.

Southern Miss. 14? Memphis

Houston 9? Rice

TULSA 18? Tulane

Ohio St. 4 Wisconsin

AUBURN 3? Arkansas

Boise St. 40 San Jose St.

Air Force 1 San Diego St.

FRESNO ST. 30? New Mexico St.

Nevada 7 Hawaii

INDIANA 11? Arkansas St.

GEORGIA TECH 18? Middle Tenn.

W. KENTUCKY 2 Louisiana-Monroe

TROY 19 La.-Lafayette

Fla. International 5 North Texas

x-at East Rutherford, N.J.

NFL

SUNDAY

Favorite Points Underdog

HOUSTON 4? Kansas City

San Diego 8 St. Louis

NEW ENGLAND 2? Baltimore

New Orleans 4 Tampa Bay

PHILADELPHIA 3 Atlanta

N.Y. GIANTS 10 Detroit

CHICAGO 6? Seattle

GREEN BAY OFF Miami

PITTSBURGH 13? Cleveland

N.Y. Jets 3 Denver

SAN FRANCISCO 6? Oakland

MINNESOTA 1? Dallas

Indianapolis 3 Washington

MONDAY

Tennessee 3 Jacksonville

Baseball

MLB playoffs

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

American League

Game tonight

New York (Sabathia 21-7) at Texas (Wilson 15-8, 7:07 p.m.

Game Saturday

New York (Hughes 18-8) at Texas (Lewis 12-13 or Hunter 13-4),
3:07 p.m.

Game Monday

Texas (Lee 12-9) at New York (Pettitte 11-3), 7:07 p.m

Game Tuesday

Texas (Hunter 13-4) at New York (Burnett 10-15), 7:07 p.m.

National League

Game Saturday

San Francisco (Lincecum 16-10) at Philadelphia (Halladay 21-10),
6:57 p.m.

Game Sunday

San Francisco (Cain 13-11) at Philadelphia (Oswalt 13-13), 7:19
p.m.

Game Tuesday

Philadelphia (Hamels 12-11) at San Francisco (Sanchez 13-9),
4:19 p.m.

Game Wednesday

Philadelphia at San Francisco, 6:57 p.m.

Football

NFL

Result Monday

N.Y. Jets 29, Minnesota 20

Games Sunday

Seattle at Chicago, noon

Miami at Green Bay, noon

Kansas City at Houston, noon

Cleveland at Pittsburgh, noon

San Diego at St. Louis, noon

Detroit at N.Y. Giants, noon

Baltimore at New England, noon

Atlanta at Philadelphia, noon

New Orleans at Tampa Bay, noon

N.Y. Jets at Denver, 2:05 p.m.

Oakland at San Francisco, 2:05 p.m.

Dallas at Minnesota, 2:15 p.m.

Indianapolis at Washington, 6:20 p.m.

Open: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Arizona, Carolina

Game Monday

Tennessee at Jacksonville, 6:30 p.m.

College

BIG 12

North

Conf. Overall

Missouri 1-0 5-0

Nebraska 1-0 5-0

Kansas State 2-1 5-1

Iowa State 1-1 3-3

Colorado 0-1 3-2

Kansas 0-2 2-4

South

Conf. Overall

Oklahoma 1-0 5-0

Oklahoma State 1-0 5-0

Baylor 1-1 4-2

Texas 1-1 3-2

Texas Tech 1-2 3-2

Texas A&M 0-1 3-2

Result Thursday

Kansas State 59, Kansas 7

Games Saturday

#21 Missouri at Texas A&M, 11 a.m.

#20 Okla State at Texas Tech, 2:30 p.m.

Texas at #5 Nebraska, 2:30 p.m.

Baylor at Colorado, 6 p.m.

Iowa State at #6 Oklahoma, 6 p.m.

MIAA

Conf. Overall

Central Missouri 5-0 6-1

Northwest Missouri State 4-0 4-1

Missouri Western State 3-1 5-1

Emporia State 3-2 5-2

Washburn 2-2 3-3

Nebraska-Omaha 2-2 2-4

Fort Hays State 1-3 3-3

Pittsburg State 1-3 3-3

Mo. Southern State 0-4 2-4

Truman State 0-4 2-4

Games Saturday

Fort Hays State at Nebraska-Omaha, 1 p.m.

Emporia State at Northwest Missouri, 1 p.m.

Missouri Western at UCM, 1:30 p.m.

Missouri Southern at Truman State, 2 p.m.

Washburn at Pittsburg State, 2:20 p.m. (KS NOW 22, KSMO 62)

HEART OF AMERICA

Conf. Overall

MidAmerica Nazarene 6-0 6-0

Lindenwood 5-1 5-1

Missouri Valley 5-1 5-1

Benedictine 4-2 4-2

Evangel 2-3 2-3

Baker 2-3 2-4

William Jewell 2-3 2-4

Central Methodist 2-4 2-4

Avila 1-4 1-4

Graceland 1-4 1-5

Culver-Stockton 0-5 0-6

Games Saturday

MidAm Nazarene at William Jewell, 1 p.m.

Missouri Valley at Evangel, 1:30 p.m.

Culver-Stockton at Lindenwood, 1:30 p.m.

Baker at Benedictine, 2 p.m.

Avila at Graceland, 6 p.m.

KCAC

Conf. Overall

Kansas Wesleyan 4-0 5-0

McPherson 4-0 5-0

Ottawa 4-1 5-1

Friends 4-1 4-1

Bethany 2-2 3-2

Sterling 1-3 2-3

Southwestern 1-3 1-4

Tabor 1-3 1-4

Bethel 0-4 0-5

Saint Mary 0-4 0-5

Games Saturday

Bethel at Saint Mary, 1:30 p.m.

Kansas Wesleyan at McPherson, 1:30 p.m.

Peru State at Friends, 1:30 p.m.

Southwestern at Bethany, 1:30 p.m.

Sterling at Tabor, 2 p.m.

High school

STAT LEADERS

Area

11-man

Rushing

Name, school Car Yds Y/G

*Ryan, Pleasant Ridge 81 555 185.0

Leupold, Hiawatha N/A 1,031 171.8

Ramsey, Santa Fe Trail 187 1,015 169.2

Troyer, Anderson County 89 931 155.2

Lockhart, Shawnee Heights 129 894 149.0

Courtney, McLouth 147 891 148.5

*Stueve, Olpe 114 739 147.8

Dydell, Ottawa 143 883 147.2

Hoffman, Baldwin 89 868 144.7

*Crome, Marysville 73 577 144.3

*Blevins, Royal Valley 75 701 140.2

Barger, Royal Valley 142 829 138.2

*Miner, Rock Creek 48 390 130.0

*Busby, Salina South 81 510 127.5

*McKernan, Nemaha Valley 57 631 126.2

Newton, Concordia 81 741 123.5

Walsh, Lyndon 82 732 122.0

Miller, Wathena 113 727 121.2

*Todd, Onaga 99 599 119.8

Walker, Topeka High 74 715 119.2

McKenna, Holton 104 709 118.2

Miller, Washington County 75 701 116.8

Wietharn, Clay Center 105 686 114.3

Wade, Oskaloosa 88 683 113.8

*Rapp, Sacred Heart 36 336 112.0

Kellum, Perry-Lecompton 108 669 111.5

Gifford, Emporia 122 658 109.7

Perry, Free State 103 658 109.7

Hughes, Wellsville 86 641 106.8

Linenberger, Salina South 102 634 105.7

Mudd, Anderson County 84 630 105.0

Passing

Name, school C-A Yds Y/G

Bronson, No. Heights 147-224 2,411 401.8

Buhler, Rossville 89-154 1,315 219.2

Lederer, Valley Falls 81-144 1,271 211.8

*Williams, Chapman 56-114 717 179.3

*Kocour, Maur Hill 54-96 717 179.3

Simms, West Franklin 53-122 1,065 177.5

Rea, Seaman 63-112 1,049 174.8

Ziegenhirt, Co. Grove 50-112 986 164.3

Harmon, Topeka High 67-108 932 155.3

Curtis, Washburn Rural 43-77 913 152.2

Chavis, Riley County 38-61 896 149.3

Strauss, Lawrence N/A 849 141.5

Gauntt, Shawnee Hts. 68-128 827 137.8

*Gallentine, Junc. City 39-72 664 132.8

*Tillman, Lyndon 32-64 651 130.2

*Baumchen, St. Marys 41-81 620 124.0

*Wooten, Salina Central 39-72 620 124.0

*Walbridge, McLouth 43-73 596 119.2

*Crome, Marysville 29-62 459 114.8

Perry, Free State N/A 687 114.5

*Rice, Abilene 32-75 458 114.5

Streff, Topeka West 72-151 683 113.8

Paul, Osage City 50-103 662 110.3

Nold, Wathena 46-95 644 107.3

Helm, Pleasant Ridge 34-76 642 107.0

Trimble, Valley Heights 46-100 633 105.5

*Brinkman, Olpe 25-67 424 104.8

Receiving

Name, school Cat Yds Y/G

Mendez, Northern Heights 59 906 151.0

*Pabst, West Franklin 22 632 126.4

*George, Minneapolis 25 484 121.0

Hurla, Seaman 37 710 118.3

Johnson, Valley Falls 20 600 100.0

Atchison, Northern Heights 29 584 97.3

Lee, Northern Heights 26 489 81.5

Schmank, Washburn Rural 18 447 74.5

*Klebba, Maur Hill 17 284 71.0

Sexton, Abilene 17 407 67.8

Frye, Council Grove 17 400 66.7

Clothier, Topeka High 34 397 66.2

Britton, Northern Heights 28 385 64.2

Crimmins, Shawnee Hts. 31 357 59.5

*Keating, Chapman 15 234 58.5

Taylor, Rossville 16 349 58.2

Wendling, Lyndon 14 343 57.2

*Sills-Berry, St. Marys 14 279 55.8

8-man

Rushing

Name, school Car Yds Y/G

Deaver, Clifton-Clyde 185 1,037 172.8

Nigus, Cair Paravel 100 909 151.5

Goodrich, MdCV 87 813 135.5

Clem, Burlingame 65 766 127.7

Schankie, Madison 50 714 119.0

Hammond, Colony-Crest 96 650 108.3

Lang, Burlingame 48 560 93.3

Passing

Name, school C-A Yds Y/G

Steinfort, Hanover 32-57 770 128.3

Boeh, White City 75-147 716 119.3

*Bennett, Law. Veritas 30-47 533 106.6

Jackson, MdCV 42-87 615 102.5

Ronnebaum, Axtell 31-64 605 100.8

*White, Lebo 38-68 493 98.6

Sipe, Waverly 28-55 551 91.8

Kraft, Southern Coffey 61-131 536 89.3

Receiving

Name, school Cat Yds Y/G

*Linsey, Lebo 10 162 81.0

*Scott, Lawrence Veritas 13 357 71.4

Hynek, Hanover 17 409 68.2

Case, MdCV 22 356 59.3

Heiman, Axtell 13 334 55.7

Ludolph, Southern Coffey 26 310 51.7

Nittler, White City 31 305 50.8

State

11-man

Rushing

Name, school Car Yds Y/G

Bromley, Independence 169 1,269 211.5

Bowman, Chanute 101 1,183 197.2

Fisher, Buhler 116 1,157 192.8

Heeney, Hutchinson 99 1,076 179.3

Burns, Wichita Trinity 86 1,056 176.0

Starling, Gardner-Edgerton 76 1,054 175.7

*Hawkins, Paola 112 849 169.8

Bontz, Andover Central 142 997 166.2

Froese, Ellsworth 161 977 162.8

*Lane, Norton 75 805 161.0

Thayer, Neodesha 107 965 160.8

Nickelson, Clearwater 116 946 157.7

Fulks, Blue Valley 117 939 156.5

Brunson, Mill Valley 261 889 148.2

Willingham, Olathe East 123 880 146.7

Perez, Girard 107 867 144.5

Taylor, Wichita Collegiate 97 855 142.5

Strohl, Halstead 102 853 142.2

Saunders, Olathe North 81 837 139.5

Stucky, Sedgwick 112 837 139.5

Ropp, Inman 111 818 136.3

Sands, Olathe South 157 815 135.8

Koster, Beloit 92 814 135.7

*Hestand, Cherryvale 64 658 131.6

Passing

Name, school C-A Yds Y/G

Matthews, McP 100-131 1,634 272.3

Racette, Hutch Trinity 63-91 1,611 268.5

Shortell, Miege 74-142 1,576 262.7

McVey, Liberal 108-181 1,461 243.5

*Windmiller, Mill Valley 61-91 1,203 240.6

Davila, Aquinas 79-126 1,402 233.7

C. Murphy, Bas-Linwood 76-137 1,333 222.2

Jones, Osawatomie 94-186 1,297 216.2

Cherryholmes, Rem 98-159 1,216 207.7

Helfrich, Dodge City 83-121 1,244 207.3

Schrock, SM East N/A 1,241 206.8

Hammeke, TMP-Marian 103-178 1,225 204.2

Harrison, Derby 82-134 1,213 202.2

Zimmerman, Blue Valley N/A 1,155 192.5

Rowe, Baxter Springs 80-140 1,111 185.2

*Irsik, Elkhart 58-99 920 184.0

Hess, Augusta 64-143 1,097 182.8

Stucky, Sedgwick 83-131 1,077 179.5

Strunk, Mulvane 77-146 1,075 179.2

Smallwood, Bon Spgs 74-119 1,067 177.8

Turner, Coffeyville 59-105 1,066 177.7

*Hildebrand, Gr Bend 71-122 884 176.8

Foster, Haven 77-146 1,057 176.2

Receiving

Name, school Cat Yds Y/G

*R. Murphy, Bas-Linwood 34 685 137.0

Ulsaker, McPherson 47 712 118.7

Gibson, Lansing 27 661 110.2

Craig, Coffeyville 31 647 107.8

Kelly, Elkhart 33 625 104.2

Cathey, Liberal 37 589 98.2

Sparks, Derby 36 575 95.8

Carman, Augusta 26 560 93.3

Deaton, Liberal 35 551 91.8

Parmalee, Miege 38 545 90.8

Mesh, Hutch Trinity 14 522 87.0

*Williams, Bonner Springs 17 417 83.4

Hogan, Dodge City 22 500 83.3

*Oakes, Osawatomie 20 414 82.8

Silva, Garden City 31 487 81.2

*Green, Remington 25 506 81.2

Warren, BV West 22 469 78.2

Gawanda, McPherson 23 456 76.0

Faerber, SM East 28 454 75.7

Bothwell, Hutch Trinity 15 440 73.3

Aguilar, Miege 13 436 72.7

Springer, Mulvane 26 434 72.3

Henning, Aquinas 16 432 72.0

Nachbar, Aquinas 21 431 71.8

8-man

Rushing

Name, school Car Yds Y/G

Binford, Kiowa County 167 1,625 270.8

Fullmer, Dighton 159 1,296 216.0

*Struckhoff, Thunder Ridge 96 856 171.2

*Young, Kinsley 96 819 163.8

Jordan, Hill City 110 975 162.5

Aylward, Solomon 140 974 162.3

Miller, Tribune 138 947 157.8

Magnani, Cheylin 102 935 155.8

*Tagliatela, C. Vale-Dexter 127 720 144.0

Coover, Lincoln 147 863 143.8

*Becker, Marmaton Valley 92 680 136.0

Riddle, Chetopa 89 813 135.5

Reed, Quinter 123 791 131.8

*Kuykendall, Weskan 69 522 130.5

Weber, Golden Plains 110 780 130.0

*David, Ingalls 92 631 126.2

Keller, Palco 120 744 124.0

Eagleburger, No. Valley 98 737 122.8

Thomas, Lakeside 72 729 121.5

Passing

Name, school C-A Yds Y/G

Savage, Cen.-Burden 118-201 1,728 288.0

Brubaker, Goessel 112-217 1,389 231.5

Walter, Lincoln 83-129 1,305 217.5

Price, Chetopa 56-93 1,274 212.3

Showman, South Haven 42-70 961 160.7

Phelan, Quivira Heights 52-94 879 146.5

Receiving

Name, school Cat Yds Y/G

Biddle, Central-Burden 41 656 109.3

Price, Central-Burden 49 607 101.2

Street, Lincoln 36 594 99.0

Pike, Chetopa 22 578 96.3

Oak, Macksville 26 529 88.2

*Creed, South Haven 15 338 84.5

*Schaller, Cunningham 19 419 83.8

Demars, Southern Cloud 23 499 83.2

Stoppel, Wilson 22 444 74.0

Berkholz, Goessel 28 435 72.5

Buller, Goessel 30 415 69.2

Mounts, South Central 24 397 66.2

Volleyball

High school

CITY RESULTS THURSDAY

Shawnee Heights def. Manhattan 25-18, 20-25, 25-21, 25-22

St. James def. Hayden 25-19, 25-21; Bishop Miege def. Hayden
25-19, 25-22

AREA

Wamego def. Chapman 25-12, 25-21; Wamego def. Chapman 25-15,
25-18

AREA STAT LEADERS

Kills

Crimmins, Clay Center, 408; Thompson, Atchison County, 376;
Pfau, Oskaloosa, 369; Massanet, Manhattan, 347; Spicer, Osage City,
337; E. Rottinghaus, Nemaha Valley, 333; Robbins, St. Marys, 320;
Hafenstine, Wabaunsee, 313; K. Miller, Holton, 282; Shell,
Burlington, 269; Gales, Lyndon, 259; B. Miller, Atchison County,
247; S. Lord, Burlingame, 236; Hoekman, Abilene, 229; E. Musil,
Valley Heights, 229; J. Lockwood, Silver Lake, 227; Navinskey,
Jefferson North, 225; Vinson, Clay Center, 217; Zerbe, Mission
Valley, 216; Brey, Oskaloosa, 205; K. Kramer, Baileyville B&B,
205; Kearney, Valley Falls, 202; M. Lockwood, Silver Lake, 202;
Alexander, Washington County, 201; Rheaume, Riley County, 194;
Hoover, Royal Valley, 189; Meader, Waverly, 189; Diepenbrock,
Wabaunsee, 185; Brees, Jefferson West, 175; Rupe, Manhattan, 170;
Sudbeck, Baileyville B&B, 169; Reed, West Franklin, 166; Lacy,
Abilene, 165; Eakes, St. Marys, 157; Woltje, Linn, 156; Bargdill,
Valley Heights, 155; T. Thompson, Washington County, 150.

Assists

Fief, Clay Center, 721; Miller, Oskaloosa, 686; Dorssom,
Atchison County, 681; Tatarko, Manhattan, 643; Augustine, Silver
Lake, 618; Stithem, Royal Valley, 611; Perry, St. Marys, 577;
Kimball, Osage City, 499; Noll, Jefferson North, 479; Christie,
Valley Heights, 478; Kohake, Nemaha Valley, 445; Penning,
Washington County, 419; Hill, Holton, 414; Dutt, Abilene, 399;
Burns, Waverly, 395; Rudeen, Mission Valley, 381; Ebert, Wabaunsee,
372; Busch, Riley County, 328; Harmon, West Franklin, 327; Deters,
Baileyville B&B, 289; Supernaw, Wabaunsee, 266; Roth, Lyndon,
263; L. Lord, Burlingame, 248; Kramer, Baileyville B&B, 244;
Blaufuss, Burlington, 237; M. Stadel, Burlington, 231; Edmonds,
Valley Falls, 231; Sanders, Jefferson West, 229; Dorr, Burlingame,
223; Hodge, Mission Valley, 202.

Blocks

Eakes, St. Marys, 156; Crimmins, Clay Center, 128; Dahl, Santa
Fe Trail, 122; Otte, Atchison County, 116; Romine, Santa Fe Trail,
114; Reiss, Atchison County, 102; Schmanke, Oskaloosa, 94; Brezina,
Nemaha Valley, 77; Rheaume, Riley County, 76; Hafenstine,
Wabaunsee, 73; Thompson, Oskaloosa, 70; Fiedler, St. Marys, 62; S.
Lord, Burlingame, 61; Miller, Oskaloosa, 57; Capoun, Wabaunsee, 55;
H. Strathman, Baileyville B&B, 54; Woltje, Linn, 54; K. Musil,
Valley Heights, 53; Lewman, Rock Creek, 52; Bargdill, Valley
Heights, 50; Billings, Silver Lake, 50; Helms, Linn, 49; Hoekman,
Abilene, 45; Hoover, Royal Valley, 45; Pfau, Oskaloosa, 45; Zerbe,
Mission Valley, 45; K. Strathman, Baileyville B&B, 44; Vargo,
Riley County, 44; Feldkamp, Nemaha Valley, 42; E. Rottinghaus,
Nemaha Valley, 42; Evans, Manhattan, 41; Hodison, Royal Valley, 41;
Oelschlager, Linn, 41.

Digs

Holle, Manhattan, 418; Thompson, Atchison County, 368;
Pfannenstiel, Silver Lake, 348; Marcotte, Riley County, 345; Kelly,
Oskaloosa, 344; Hildebrand, Mission Valley, 313; Moylan, St. Marys,
309; B. Miller, Atchison County, 295; Crimmins, Clay Center, 288;
Diepenbrock, Wabaunsee, 284; Lockhart, Valley Heights, 283; Hug,
Royal Valley, 270; Hafenstine, Wabaunsee, 265; E. Rottinghaus,
Nemaha Valley, 263; Robbins, St. Marys, 250; Rheaume, Riley County,
247; Zaldivar, Santa Fe Trail, 247; Ricklefs, Jefferson West, 240;
M. Miller, Washington County, 230; Spencer, MdCV, 228; Haya,
Wabaunsee, 226; Perry, St. Marys, 226; Giesy, Osage City, 224;
Kearney, Valley Falls, 217; N. Rottinghaus, Baileyville B&B,
212; Steele, West Franklin, 203; Davis, St. Marys, 201; Fief, Clay
Center, 201; Lohse, Linn, 200; Huerter, Baileyville B&B, 199;
Anderson, Abilene, 196, Trimble, Burlington, 189; Bloom, Clay
Center, 186; Stegman, Washington County, 186; Brey, Oskaloosa, 178;
J. Kramer, Jefferson North, 176; Larios, West Franklin, 176; Brees,
Jefferson West, 175.

Golf

PGA Frys.com Open

RESULTS THURSDAY AT SAN MARTIN, CALIF.

Rocco Mediate 29-35 – 64

Ryuji Imada 32-33 – 65

Bo Van Pelt 33-32 – 65

Paul Goydos 30-35 – 65

John Mallinger 32-34 – 66

Michael Letzig 32-34 – 66

Will MacKenzie 34-32 – 66

Shaun Micheel 33-33 – 66

Tom Pernice, Jr. 32-35 – 67

Chris Riley 33-34 – 67

Chris DiMarco 34-33 – 67

Tim Herron 31-36 – 67

Henrik Stenson 32-35 – 67

David Duval 31-37 – 68

Robert Garrigus 33-35 – 68

Todd Hamilton 35-33 – 68

Tim Clark 33-35 – 68

Derek Lamely 35-33 – 68

Chad Campbell 35-33 – 68

Brett Quigley 34-34 – 68

Tom Lehman 33-35 – 68

Graham DeLaet 35-33 – 68

Jamie Lovemark 34-34 – 68

Rickie Fowler 32-37 – 69

Justin Leonard 33-36 – 69

Jeev Milkha Singh 35-34 – 69

George McNeill 33-36 – 69

Josh Teater 35-34 – 69

Alex Prugh 35-34 – 69

Dean Wilson 35-34 – 69

Woody Austin 34-35 – 69

Steve Wheatcroft 32-37 – 69

Chris Stroud 36-34 – 70

Alex Cejka 34-36 – 70

Tim Petrovic 34-36 – 70

J.B. Holmes 35-35 – 70

Jerry Kelly 38-32 – 70

Richard S. Johnson 35-35 – 70

Omar Uresti 35-35 – 70

John Daly 31-39 – 70

Aaron Baddeley 35-35 – 70

Ricky Barnes 35-35 – 70

Chris Tidland 34-36 – 70

John Ellis 32-38 – 70

Scott Piercy 35-35 – 70

Charlie Wi 35-35 – 70

Fredrik Jacobson 33-37 – 70

Stuart Appleby 35-35 – 70

Na’wide Miccosukee Champ.

RESULTS THURSDAY

AT MICCOSUKEE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

Par 71

Andrew Svoboda 32-31 – 63

Brandt Jobe 32-31 – 63

Keegan Bradley 29-35 – 64

David Hearn 33-31 – 64

Jason Gore 34-31 – 65

Michael Putnam 31-34 – 65

Scott Gutschewski 32-34 – 66

Nate Smith 33-33 – 66

Ron Whittaker 32-34 – 66

Adam Meyer 32-34 – 66

Scott Dunlap 31-35 – 66

Alan Morin 34-32 – 66

Ewan Porter 34-33 – 67

Ryan Armour 34-33 – 67

Robert Damron 32-35 – 67

Brian Vranesh 33-34 – 67

Dave Schultz 33-34 – 67

Marco Dawson 32-35 – 67

Chris Parra 32-35 – 67

Scott Stallings 31-37 – 68

Rob Oppenheim 34-34 – 68

Fabian Gomez 33-35 – 68

Kent Jones 31-37 – 68

Scott Gardiner 33-35 – 68

Scott Sterling 33-35 – 68

Casey Wittenberg 33-35 – 68

Dicky Pride 34-34 – 68

Steven Bowditch 33-35 – 68

Geoffrey Sisk 34-34 – 68

Kelly Grunewald 35-33 – 68

Gary Woodland 31-37 – 68

Sal Spallone 32-36 – 68

Jim Herman 34-34 – 68

Jhonattan Vegas 33-35 – 68

Travis Wadkins 32-36 – 68

Erik Compton 34-34 – 68

Bubba Dickerson 33-36 – 69

Bronson La’Cassie 33-36 – 69

Mark Anderson 34-35 – 69

Brad Elder 34-35 – 69

Doug LaBelle II 35-34 – 69

David Branshaw 35-34 – 69

Paul Claxton 34-35 – 69

Miguel Angel Carballo 34-35 – 69

Jin Park 35-34 – 69

Justin Smith 32-37 – 69

Tommy Biershenk 32-37 – 69

Jeff Curl 35-34 – 69

Pierre-Henri Soero 35-34 – 69

Darron Stiles 34-35 – 69

J.J. Killeen 35-34 – 69

Kirk Triplett 33-36 – 69

Tommy Gainey 32-37 – 69

David Mathis 35-34 – 69

D.J. Brigman 33-36 – 69

Luke List 35-34 – 69

Garrett Osborn 35-34 – 69

Stephen Poole 34-35 – 69

Euro PGA Portugal Masters

RESULTS THURSDAY AT VILAMOURA, PORTUGAL

Robert Karlsson, Sweden 32-32 – 64

Johan Edfors, Sweden 33-31 – 64

Maarten Lafeber, Netherlands 30-34 – 64

Alex Noren, Sweden 33-32 – 65

Mikko Ilonen, Finland 32-33 – 65

David Horsey, England 31-35 – 66

Paul McGinley, Ireland 34-32 – 66

Stephen Gallacher,Scotland 33-34 – 67

David Howell, England 35-32 – 67

Paul Lawrie, Scotland 35-32 – 67

Gary Lockerbie,England 32-35 – 67

Pablo Martin, Spain 32-35 – 67

Alvaro Quiros, Spain 34-33 – 67

Anthony Wall, England 32-35 – 67

Raphael Jacquelin, France 37-30 – 67

Thomas Aiken, South Africa 35-32 – 67

Michael Campbell, New Zea 33-34 – 67

Charl Schartzel, South Africa 33-34 – 67

Damien McGrane, Ireland 35-32 – 67

Tano Goya, Argentina 35-32 – 67

Bradley Dredge, Wales 34-33 – 67

Niclas Fasth, Sweden 33-34 – 67

Also

Ross Fisher, England 34-34 – 68

Edoardo Molinari, Italy 35-33 – 68

Francesco Molinari, Italy 37-37 – 74

Basketball

NBA

Late result Wednesday

L.A. Lakers 98, Sacramento 95

Results Thursday

Orlando 86, Charlotte 73

Milwaukee 96, Washington 88

Cleveland 106, San Antonio 80

Utah 108, Phoenix 97

Denver at L.A. Clippers, late

Games tonight

New Orleans at Indiana, 6 p.m.

Boston at Toronto, 6 p.m.

Detroit vs. Minnesota, 6:30 p.m.

Dallas at Chicago, 7 p.m.

Games Saturday

Houston vs. New Jersey, 6:30 a.m.

Detroit vs. Charlotte, 5:30 p.m.

Chicago at Orlando, 6 p.m.

Utah at L.A. Clippers, 6:30 p.m.

New York vs. Boston at Hartford, 6:30 p.m.

Milwaukee at Memphis, 7 p.m.

Atlanta vs. New Orleans, 7:30 p.m.

Golden State at Portland, 9 p.m.

Denver at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m.

Auto racing

Sprint Cup Bank of Am. 500

CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY

CONCORD, N.C.

LINEUP

Lap length: 1.5 miles

(Car number in parentheses)

1. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 191.544.

2. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 191.455.

3. (43) A J Allmendinger, Ford, 190.921.

4. (5) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 190.914.

5. (98) Paul Menard, Ford, 190.678.

6. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 190.644.

7. (83) Reed Sorenson, Toyota, 190.409.

8. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 190.382.

9. (19) Elliott Sadler, Ford, 190.382.

10. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 190.342.

11. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 190.322.

12. (20) Joey Logano, Toyota, 190.275.

13. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 190.275.

14. (47) Marcos Ambrose, Toyota, 190.121.

15. (2) Kurt Busch, Dodge, 190.101.

16. (00) David Reutimann, Toyota, 190.067.

17. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 190.007.

18. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 189.813.

19. (77) Sam Hornish Jr., Dodge, 189.793.

20. (33) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 189.753.

21. (82) Scott Speed, Toyota, 189.707.

22. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 189.607.

23. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 189.527.

24. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 189.52.

25. (9) Kasey Kahne, Ford, 189.494.

26. (6) David Ragan, Ford, 189.334.

27. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 189.268.

28. (09) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 189.255.

29. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 189.168.

30. (10) Bobby Labonte, Chevrolet, 189.023.

31. (12) Brad Keselowski, Dodge, 189.009.

32. (78) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 188.89.

33. (46) Michael McDowell, Chevrolet, 188.871.

34. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 188.857.

35. (26) Patrick Carpentier, Ford, 188.805.

36. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 188.719.

37. (21) Bill Elliott, Ford, 188.232.

38. (71) Andy Lally, Chevrolet, 187.669.

39. (7) Robby Gordon, Toyota, 187.533.

40. (36) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 187.363.

41. (37) Dave Blaney, Ford, Owner Points.

42. (34) Travis Kvapil, Ford, Owner Points.

43. (64) Jeff Green, Toyota, 187.305.

Failed to qualify

44. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, 187.214.

45. (13) Casey Mears, Toyota, 186.935.

46. (55) Mike Bliss, Toyota, 186.599.

47. (66) Jason Leffler, Toyota, 185.81.

48. (07) Kevin Conway, Toyota, 185.79.

49. (23) Johnny Sauter, Toyota, 183.561.

Soccer

College

MIAA RESULT THURSDAY

Missouri Southern 1, Emporia State 1, 2 OTs

High school boys

TOPEKA WEST 2, HAYDEN 1, OT

Hayden (5-8-1) 0 1 0 – 1

Topeka West (7-6-1) 1 0 1 – 2

Hayden – Goal: Beck.

Topeka West – Goals: Heather, Sheltrown. Assists: Perry,
Talley.

JV – Hayden 1, Topeka West 0.

EMPORIA 8, SHAWNEE HEIGHTS 2

Emporia (9-5) 3 5 – 8

Shawnee Hts. (4-9-1) 0 3 – 3

Emporia – Goals: Saldana 2, Pachacano, Torres, Trujillo,
Schaefer, Limus, Landaverde.

Shawnee Heights – Goals: Acker 2, Hardy. Assists: Reiso, Acker,
Hayes.

JV – Heights 3, Emporia 2.

OTHER CITY RESULTS

Wichita Northwest 5, Topeka High 3

Horseshoes

THA Fall League Top 10

W L Ringer %

Ken Perry 17 11 32

Earl Romine 16 12 20

Deb Plummer 16 12 29

Terry Cuthbertson 16 12 40

Bonita Robins 151/2 121/2 11

Eileen Lake 15 13 20

Richard Schultz 15 13 37

Nadine Latham 15 13 13

Deb Stockwell 15 13 7

Larry Groce 141/2 131/2 29Radio/TV watch

Time Sport Event Channel

9 a.m. Golf Euro PGA Portugal Masters TGC Noon Col.
football Kansas State at Kansas
FSKC* 12:30 p.m. Golf N’wide Miccosukee Champ. TGC 2 p.m. Auto
racing N’wide Dollar Gen. 300 qual. ESPN2 3 p.m. Golf PGA Frys.com
Open TGC 4 p.m. Auto racing SC Bank of Am. 500 pract. ESPN2 5:30
p.m. Auto racing Bank of Am. 500 final pract. ESPN2 6:30 p.m. Golf
LPGA Challenge TGC 7 p.m. Col.
football Cincinnati at Louisville
ESPN 7 p.m. Auto racing N’wide Dollar General 300 ESPN2 7 p.m. HS
football Junction CIty at Wash.
Rural WIBW (580) 7 p.m. HS
football Topeka West at Seaman KMAJ
(1440) 7 p.m. Hockey Topeka at Amarillo www.country
legends1069fm.com 7:07 p.m. MLB ALCS: N.Y. Yankees at Texas TBS 10
p.m. Soccer CD Chivas USA at Seattle ESPN2 * No huddle replayThe
Associated Press

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – More than 20 seasons as an NFL
quarterback, Brett Favre has taken plenty of hits on the field.

Now his reputation is taking a hit, too.

The NFL is investigating the Deadspin website report that he
allegedly sent below-the-waist naked photos of himself to a woman
who worked for the New York Jets when he played for the team two
years ago.

Favre has become one of America’s most popular athletes by
winning a Super Bowl, setting all kinds of passing and durability
records and building an image as an everyday down-to-earth guy.

Just watch one of those Wrangler commercials, where he plays
backyard pickup ball with a bunch of smiling and laughing guys
while wearing a T-shirt, blue jeans and stubble.

Wrangler, arguably his highest-profile promotion, issued a
statement Thursday saying “we are following the story like everyone
else.

“We are not making any major decisions on our marketing program
until more information is available,” Wrangler spokesman Rick
French said.

Even if Favre ultimately avoids punishment from the league, it
is clear that this damage – fair or not – will be difficult to
repair.

“It has certainly shifted to ?good family guy and one of us’ to
?just like every other professional athlete’ we can’t trust,” said
sports marketing specialist Matt Delzell.

So will we still see Favre starring in television ads after he
retires?

“I see it highly unlikely for the simple fact that the companies
he endorses have hung their hat on his being a good-old-boy family
guy in middle America,” Delzell said in an interview from his
Dallas-area office, where he is a director for the entertainment
marketing agency Davie Brown Talent.

Favre has dodged all questions about the story, even when given
opportunities to directly deny it is true. According to marketing
and public relations analysts, the Minnesota Vikings quarterback
has made the matter worse by not addressing it.

Asked after Minnesota’s loss to the New York Jets on Monday
night if the allegation has been an embarrassment, Favre said, “I
am embarrassed about this
football game.”

When Tiger Woods tumbled from grace following revelations of his
infidelity, he took months to acknowledge his behavior and
apologize for it. Michael Gordon, the chief executive officer of
Group Gordon, a corporate and crisis public relations outfit in New
York, compared Favre’s evasiveness on this issue to what happened
with Woods.

“It looks like he’s trying to dance around it, which is only
creating more questions around him rather than fewer,” said Gordon,
whose firm works with public figures, sports organizations and a
variety of others. “If he were more forthcoming it would seem less
ominous, but it looks like he’s trying to hide something. The
people who have handled these situations well are the ones who come
out honestly with the facts and tell a complete story so there are
no more questions down the road.”

Favre doesn’t have near the global stature that Woods does, and
they also differ in their background.

Part of Favre’s attraction to fans was the way he faced up to
his past problems and overcame persistent personal tragedies to
succeed on the field. His otherworldly performance the day after
his dad died of a heart attack was one of the NFL’s most memorable
games of the past decade.

“Tiger had a very carefully crafted pristine image that at least
to the outside made him look like perfect,” Gordon said. “With
Favre, people are fans of his play but he’s never had a perfect
reputation.”

Favre spent the summer before the 1996 season in a rehab clinic
to treat his painkiller addiction, and he has revealed his frequent
drinking and carousing early in his career. Both he and his wife,
Deanna, have published tell-all books about their ups and downs.
They have been married 14 years.

Favre has had his detractors, whether people fed up with his
waffling about playing and a perceived egotism behind it or simply
Packers backers angry about his signing-with-the-Vikings betrayal.
His popularity was widespread, however, transcending his days as a
three-time NFL MVP in Green Bay. According to the league, his
jersey was the third-best online seller on NFLShop.com over the
period from April 1 through Sept. 30.

And according to the business analysts at Forbes.com, Favre made
about $7 million last year alone from endorsements. He’s done all
kinds of advertisements over his career, from credit cards to those
famed blue jeans.

Favre also was recently featured by Sears in a spot poking fun
at his indecisive tendencies as he pretends to hem and haw over
which TV he wants to buy. Spokesman Tom Aiello said the series was
intended solely for the 2009 season and that the company is not
working with him currently.

Favre’s agent, Bus Cook, did not return messages this week.

As much as he’s clearly enjoyed the attention and the praise
over the years, Favre has also brought a chip-on-his-shoulder kind
of defiance to his
football career. Asked last year
after arriving in Minnesota what his response was to all the people
critical of his wavering, Favre shot back, “Don’t watch.”

But news about the back-and-forth over retirement usually just
causes eyes to roll at the worst. Stories like this, even if proved
to be false, typically bring far stronger reactions and true
backlash.

His Vikings teammates haven’t wavered, at least publicly, in
their support of him. Asked whether he believes Favre concerns
himself with external perceptions at this point in his career,
particularly in light of the current scandal, kicker Ryan Longwell
shrugged off the potential negative effect on his performance.

“Well, I think we all do to a certain level, but at the same
time the public’s going to think the way they think and reporters
are going to write what they want,” said Longwell, who also played
alongside Favre with the Packers. “So as much as we do think about
it and care about it, ultimately I have to make kicks and he has to
play quarterback.”