Weekend watch

Today

AUTO RACING

Noon: ESPN — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Kobalt Tools 500, at Avondale, Ariz.

4 p.m.: ESPN2 — NHRA, Finals, at Pomona, Calif. (same-day tape)

NFL FOOTBALL

10 a.m.: CBS — Regional coverage

FOX — Regional coverage, doubleheader

1 p.m.: CBS — Regional coverage

1:15 p.m.: FOX — Regional coverage, doubleheader game

5 p.m.: NBC — New England at N.Y. Jets

Sports slate

PREP FOOTBALL

Saturday

Weston-McEwen at Kennedy, 1 p.m.

PREP?SOCCER

BOYS

Tuesday

Riverside at Pleasant Hill, TBA

Prep football

Weston-McEwen 48, Knappa 12

KHS (4-6)    0    0    8    6    —    14

WM (10-0)    8    20    8    12    —    48

First Quarter

WM — Dallas Reich 1 yard run (Reich run), 3:29

Second Quarter

WM —Elliot Salter 39 yards from Reich (Reich run failed), 9:43

WM — Salter 7 yard run (Reich pass to Jared Bond), 5:20

WM — Tyler Peterson 2 yard run (Salter run failed), 1:13

Third Quarter

K — Matt White 35 yards from Kyle Kelly (Kelly run), 6:22

WM — Salter 4 yard run (Reich pass to Bond), 5:05

Fourth Quarter

WM — Bond interception returned 36 yards (KJ?White kick blocked), 5:09

K — White 3 yards from Kelly (Kelly pass failed), 4:17

Individual Statistics

RUSHING?— KHS (19-45):?Justin Dragoo, 7-27; Kyle Kelly 12-18. WM (46-184, 4 TD): Elliot Salter 22-113, 2 TD; Tyler Peterson 11-36, TD; Dallas Reich 8-34, TD; Bobby McAllister 3-2; Erick Washburn 1-1; Jared Bond 1-(-4).

PASSING — KHS (14-37-2, 144 yards, 2 TD):?Kyle Kelly 10-21-0, 119 yards, 2 TD; Austin Palek 4-16-2, 25 yards. WM (13-26-1, 208 yards, T2 D):?Dallas Reich 13-26-1, 208 yards, 2 TD.

RECEIVING — KHS:?Matt White 5-84, 2 TD; Pat Morgan 5-26; Kyle Kelly 1-23; Justin Dragoo 2-11; Austin Palek 1-10.  WM: Jared Bond 4-74; Elliot Salter 3-63, TD; Tyler Peterson 4-44, TD; Nick Lively 1-14; Ron Terjeson 1-12.

Penalty — KHS: 10-81. WM: 10-82. Fumbles — WM: 3-1 lost.

Kennedy 35, Heppner 12

HHS (6-4)    0    6    0    6    —    12

KHS (6-4)    0    20    8    7    —    35

Second Quarter

K — Ty Sawyer 4 yard run (Ramiro Morales kick)

K — Frank Rodriguez 9 yard run (Morales kick)

K — Greg Farris 42 yard run (kick failed)

H — Cody Orr 12 yard pass from Cam Day (run failed)

Third Quarter

K — Gavin Sherman 9 yard run (Rodriguez pass to Sam Moreno)

Fourth Quarter

K — Daniel Hammer 1 yard run (Morales kick)

H — Earl Propheter 4 yard run (run failed)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING?— HHS (39-172, TD):?Earl Propheter 13-68, TD; Aiden Wright 9-29; Cam Day 14-47; Jaden Orr 3-28. KHS (45-321, 5 TD): Greg Farris 15-139, TD; Gavin Sherman 6-67, TD; Frank Rodriguez 13-61, TD; Daniel?Hammer 7-44, TD; Ty Sawyer 4-10, TD.

PASSING — HHS (8-20-1, 84 yards, TD):?Cam Day 8-20-1, 84 yards, TD. KHS (2-9-0, 57 yards):?Daniel Hammer 2-9-0, 57 yards.

RECEIVING — HHS:?Cody Orr 2-24, TD; Stephen Thompson 2-20, Aiden Wright 2-15; Earl?Propheter 2-7.  KHS: Sam Moreno 1-34; Dan Pomeroy 1-23.

College Football

How the AP?Top 25 Fared

No. 1 LSU (10-0) beat Western Kentucky 42-9. Next: at Mississippi, Saturday.

No. 2 Oklahoma State (10-0) beat Texas Tech 66-6. Next: at Iowa State, Friday.

No. 3 Stanford (9-1) lost to No. 6 Oregon 53-30. Next: vs. California, Saturday.

No. 4 Alabama (9-1) beat Mississippi State 24-7. Next: vs. Georgia Southern, Saturday.

No. 5 Boise State (8-1) lost to TCU 36-35. Next: at San Diego State, Saturday.

No. 6 Oregon (9-1) beat No. 3 Stanford 53-30. Next: vs. No. 18 Southern Cal, Saturday.

No. 7 Oklahoma (8-1) did not play. Next: at Baylor, Saturday.

No. 8 Arkansas (9-1) beat Tennessee 49-7. Next: vs. Mississippi State, Saturday.

No. 9 Clemson (9-1) beat Wake Forest 31-28. Next: at NC State, Saturday.

No. 10 Virginia Tech (9-1) beat No. 20 Georgia Tech 37-26, Thursday. Next: vs. North Carolina, Thursday.

No. 11 Houston (10-0) beat Tulane 73-17, Thursday. Next: vs. SMU, Saturday.

No. 12 Penn State (8-2) lost to No. 19 Nebraska 17-14. Next: at Ohio State, Saturday.

No. 13 Michigan State (8-2) beat Iowa 37-21. Next: vs. Indiana, Saturday.

No. 14 Georgia (8-2) beat No. 24 Auburn 45-7. Next: vs. Kentucky, Saturday.

No. 15 South Carolina (8-2) beat Florida 17-12. Next: vs. The Citadel, Saturday.

No. 16 Wisconsin (8-2) beat Minnesota 42-13. Next: at Illinois, Saturday.

No. 17 Kansas State (8-2) beat Texas A&M 53-50, 4OT. Next: at No. 21 Texas, Saturday.

No. 18 Southern Cal (8-2) beat Washington 34-17. Next: at No. 6 Oregon, Saturday.

No. 19 Nebraska (8-2) beat No. 12 Penn State 17-14. Next: at No. 22 Michigan, Saturday.

No. 20 Georgia Tech (7-3) lost to No. 10 Virginia Tech 37-26, Thursday. Next: at Duke, Saturday.

No. 21 Texas (6-3) lost to Missouri 17-5. Next: vs. No. 17 Kansas State, Saturday.

No. 22 Michigan (8-2) beat Illinois 31-14. Next: vs. No. 19 Nebraska, Saturday.

No. 23 Cincinnati (7-2) lost to West Virginia 24-21. Next: at Rutgers, Saturday.

No. 24 Auburn (6-4) lost to No. 14 Georgia 45-7. Next: vs. Samford, Saturday.

No. 25 Southern Miss (9-1) beat UCF 30-29. Next: at UAB, Thursday.

Saturday’s scores

FAR WEST

BYU 42, Idaho 7

California 23, Oregon St. 6

Colorado 48, Arizona 29

E. Washington 53, Cal Poly 51, 3OT

Linfield 47, Lewis & Clark 14

New Mexico 21, UNLV 14

New Mexico St. 48, Fresno St. 45

North Dakota 14, UC Davis 7

Oregon 53, Stanford 30

Pacific Lutheran 13, Willamette 6

Portland St. 23, N. Colorado 17

Sacramento St. 24, Idaho St. 9

San Diego 13, Marist 7

San Diego St. 18, Colorado St. 15

Southern Cal 34, Washington 17

TCU 36, Boise St. 35

Utah 31, UCLA 6

Utah St. 34, San Jose St. 33

Weber St. 34, N. Arizona 31

Whitworth 40, Puget Sound 34

Wyoming 25, Air Force 17

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 49, Tennessee 7

Arkansas St. 30, Louisiana-Lafayette 21

Cent. Arkansas 23, Texas St. 22

Navy 24, SMU 17

Oklahoma St. 66, Texas Tech 6

Sam Houston St. 43, Northwestern St. 17

Stephen F. Austin 28, SE Louisiana 20

Tulsa 59, Marshall 17

UTEP 22, East Carolina 17

MIDWEST

Baylor 31, Kansas 30, OT

Drake 37, Dayton 14

E. Michigan 30, Buffalo 17

Indiana St. 28, Missouri St. 20

Jacksonville St. 22, SE Missouri 21

Kansas St. 53, Texas A&M 50, 4OT

Kent St. 35, Akron 3

Michigan 31, Illinois 14

Michigan St. 37, Iowa 21

Missouri 17, Texas 5

N. Iowa 34, S. Utah 21

Northwestern 28, Rice 6

Notre Dame 45, Maryland 21

Purdue 26, Ohio St. 23, OT

S. Dakota St. 27, W. Illinois 7

S. Illinois 45, E. Illinois 28

South Dakota 48, Missouri S&T 14

Valparaiso 34, Campbell 31

West Virginia 24, Cincinnati 21

Wisconsin 42, Minnesota 13

Youngstown St. 27, N. Dakota St. 24

SOUTH

Alabama 24, Mississippi St. 7

Appalachian St. 46, W. Carolina 14

Ark.-Pine Bluff 15, MVSU 3

Bethune-Cookman 59, Savannah St. 3

Clemson 31, Wake Forest 28

Coastal Carolina 45, Charleston Southern 38

Davidson 28, Morehead St. 24

Elon 41, Furman 34

FIU 41, FAU 7

Florida A&M 31, NC Central 10

Florida St. 23, Miami 19

Georgia 45, Auburn 7

Georgia Southern 31, Wofford 10

Grambling St. 29, Texas Southern 25

Hampton 42, Delaware St. 6

Jackson St. 34, Alabama A&M 6

Jacksonville 34, Butler 24

James Madison 31, Rhode Island 13

LSU 42, W. Kentucky 9

Lamar 34, Nicholls St. 26

Louisiana Tech 27, Mississippi 7

Louisiana-Monroe 42, Middle Tennessee 14

McNeese St. 24, UTSA 21

Murray St. 56, Austin Peay 24

Norfolk St. 47, Morgan St. 14

North Texas 38, Troy 33

Old Dominion 35, William & Mary 31

Pittsburgh 21, Louisville 14

Prairie View 40, Alcorn St. 14

Presbyterian 38, VMI 6

SC State 30, NC A&T 22

Samford 19, The Citadel 14

South Carolina 17, Florida 12

Southern Miss. 30, UCF 29

Southern U. 26, Alabama St. 23

Stony Brook 76, Gardner-Webb 28

Tennessee St. 35, UT-Martin 30

Tennessee Tech 28, E. Kentucky 21

UAB 41, Memphis 35

Vanderbilt 38, Kentucky 8

Virginia 31, Duke 21

West Alabama 30, Georgia St. 23

EAST

Old Dominion 35, William & Mary 31

Maine 32, UMass 21

James Madison 31, Rhode Island 13

Towson 56, New Hampshire 42

Delaware 24, Richmond 10

Northwestern 28, Rice 6

Tulsa 59, Marshall 17

Navy 24, SMU 17

UAB 41, Memphis 35

College basketball

Saturday’s men’s scores

EAST

Colgate 78, Binghamton 74

Georgetown 83, Savannah St. 54

Manhattan 62, NJIT 48

Penn St. 70, Hartford 55

Providence 72, Fairleigh Dickinson 61

Seton Hall 75, St. Francis (NY) 71, OT

Syracuse 78, Fordham 53

The Citadel 83, Army 72

Wagner 73, Princeton 57

SOUTH

Alcorn St. 76, Blue Mountain 39

Coastal Carolina 104, Methodist 61

Delaware St. 86, Wilmington (Del.) 65

Duke 96, Presbyterian 55

E. Kentucky 71, Winthrop 59

Hampton 73, William & Mary 58

High Point 95, Bridgewater (Va.) 52

LSU 96, Nicholls St. 74

Mercer 66, Emory 57

Mississippi St. 80, South Alabama 65

N. Iowa 63, Old Dominion 46

Radford 79, Shenandoah 50

South Florida 61, Vermont 59

Southern Miss. 76, Spring Hill 41

UCF 74, St. Thomas (Fla.) 61

Virginia Tech 64, ETSU 53

Youngstown St. 76, Samford 69

MIDWEST

Akron 95, Hiram 65

Cent. Michigan 65, Ferris St. 60

Dayton 87, W. Illinois 58

Drake 83, Upper Iowa 58

Evansville 80, Butler 77, OT

IPFW 83, Nebraska-Omaha 72

Iowa St. 86, Lehigh 77

N. Dakota St. 78, Louisiana-Lafayette 58

North Dakota 93, Waldorf 62

Notre Dame 80, MVSU 67

Ohio Dominican 64, S. Illinois 63

S. Dakota St. 82, W. Michigan 76

Wisconsin 85, Kennesaw St. 31

SOUTHWEST

Houston 88, Grambling St. 42

Rice 83, New Orleans 49

Sam Houston St. 76, Howard Payne 42

FAR WEST

Air Force 75, VMI 65

Bryant 70, UC Davis 63

Cal Poly 79, San Jose St. 52

Long Beach St. 69, Idaho 61

New Mexico St. 89, N. Colorado 75

Oregon St. 86, CS Bakersfield 62

Pepperdine 59, Pomona-Pitzer 5

Portland 70, FAU 65

San Diego St. 70, S. Utah 37

San Francisco 69, N. Arizona 50

Washington 91, Georgia St. 74

Wyoming 78, Western St. (Col.) 39

Pro football

National Football League

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

    W    L    T    Pct    PF    PA

New England    5    3    0    .625    222    184

N.Y. Jets    5    3    0    .625    199    163

Buffalo    5    3    0    .625    222    174

Miami    1    7    0    .125    138    169

South

    W    L    T    Pct    PF    PA

Houston    6    3    0    .667    236    157

Tennessee    4    4    0    .500    156    169

Jacksonville    2    6    0    .250    98    163

Indianapolis    0    9    0    .000    128    283

North

    W    L    T    Pct    PF    PA

Baltimore    6    2    0    .750    208    130

Cincinnati    6    2    0    .750    195    140

Pittsburgh    6    3    0    .667    196    162

Cleveland    3    5    0    .375    119    170

West

    W    L    T    Pct    PF    PA

Oakland    5    4    0    .556    208    233

Kansas City    4    4    0    .500    131    201

San Diego    4    5    0    .444    216    228

Denver    3    5    0    .375    171    224

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

East

    W    L    T    Pct    PF    PA

N.Y. Giants    6    2    0    .750    198    184

Dallas    4    4    0    .500    179    175

Philadelphia    3    5    0    .375    203    182

Washington    3    5    0    .375    127    158

South

    W    L    T    Pct    PF    PA

New Orleans    6    3    0    .667    287    205

Atlanta    5    3    0    .625    189    170

Tampa Bay    4    4    0    .500    147    196

Carolina    2    6    0    .250    187    207

North

    W    L    T    Pct    PF    PA

Green Bay    8    0    0    1.000    275    179

Detroit    6    2    0    .750    239    147

Chicago    5    3    0    .625    200    174

Minnesota    2    6    0    .250    172    199

West

    W    L    T    Pct    PF    PA

San Francisco    7    1    0    .875    206    118

Seattle    2    6    0    .250    122    185

Arizona    2    6    0    .250    162    196

St. Louis    1    7    0    .125    100    211

Thursday’s Game

Oakland 24, San Diego 17

Today’s Games

Buffalo at Dallas, 10 a.m.

Denver at Kansas City, 10 a.m.

Washington at Miami, 10 a.m.

St. Louis at Cleveland, 10 a.m.

Arizona at Philadelphia, 10 a.m.

Tennessee at Carolina, 10 a.m.

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 10 a.m.

Houston at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m.

New Orleans at Atlanta, 10 a.m.

Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 10 a.m.

Baltimore at Seattle, 1:05 p.m.

N.Y. Giants at San Francisco, 1:15 p.m.

Detroit at Chicago, 1:15 p.m.

New England at N.Y. Jets, 5:20 p.m.

Monday’s Game

Minnesota at Green Bay, 5:30 p.m.

Pro hockey

National Hockey League

Saturday’s Games

New Jersey 3, Washington 2, SO

Boston 6, Buffalo 2

Ottawa 5, Toronto 2

Carolina 5, Pittsburgh 3

Detroit 5, Dallas 2

Columbus 2, Winnipeg 1

Montreal 2, Nashville 1, OT

St. Louis 3, Tampa Bay 0

Calgary 4, Colorado 3

Los Angeles 5, Minnesota 2

Phoenix 3, San Jose 0

Today’s Games

Philadelphia at Florida, 3 p.m.

Edmonton at Chicago, 4 p.m.

Minnesota at Anaheim, 5 p.m.

N.Y. Islanders at Vancouver, 6 p.m.

Monday's Games

Philadelphia at Carolina, 4 p.m.

Buffalo at Montreal, 4 p.m.

Tampa Bay at Winnipeg, 5:30 p.m.

Western Hockey League

Saturday’s Games

Brandon 7 Prince Albert 4

Kootenay 5 Seattle 1

Portland 4 Spokane 3 (SO)

Swift Current 3 Moose Jaw 2

Everett 3, Prince George 2

Kamloops 5, Edmonton 2

Tri-City 7, Lethbridge 3

Saskatoon 5, Medicine Hat 1

Vancouver 3, Kelowna 2 (OT)

Red Deer 7, Victoria 4

Today’s Games

Lethbridge at Calgary, 2 p.m.

Saskatoon at Kootenay, 6 p.m.

Prince George at Vancouver, 5 p.m.

Red Deer at Victoria, 5:05 p.m.

Pro golf

Emirates Australian Open Scores

Friday

At The Lakes Golf Club, Sydney

Purse: $1.55 million

Yardage: 6,879; Par: 72

Final

Greg Chalmers    67-72-67-69—275

John Senden    70-71-63-72—276

Tiger Woods    68-67-75-67—277

Geoff Ogilvy    70-74-70-65—279

Adam Scott    69-71-71-68—279

Nick Watney    66-73-68-72—279

Nick O'Hern    69-72-66-72—279

Jason Day    69-68-68-74—279

Aaron Baddeley    73-71-67-69—280

Ryan Haller    70-73-65-72—280

Kyle Stanley    72-72-67-70—281

Scott Arnold    71-71-72-68—282

Matthew Jones    69-70-74-69—282

Bubba Watson    68-70-72-72—282

Matthew Millar    68-73-73-69—283

Terry Pilkadaris    71-74-69-69—283

Fred Couples    67-74-71-71—283

Jarrod Lyle    65-74-69-75—283

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