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jured Indianapolis quarterback Jeff back this week over Steve Bono and preseason 2-2. Green scored on a short run and tercepted Vtany Testsverde twice to
George, each threw a touchdown deau ended his holdout Thursday, me stffl-iBJured Joe Montana, direct- Detroit (1-3) bogged down on ofr Kevin Butier kicked two field goals set up It flrsfabswter points as
Mat Friday js the Cotts beat the but did not play, ed Oif Hers to 24 first-half points af- fense, managing just a fttyard as the previously winless Bears beat develaod finished the exhibition
Kansas QtyChielB21-ltr ' Tupa, playtagagatost the ter pnerating Just three points to touchdown run by Don Overton and Dallas. season with a M4 preseason rout of
Tttp* threw ft 17-yard scoring bteUM previous exhibitions. a 90-yard field goal by Jason Han- Chicago, which opens the regular the Tampa Bay.
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He could have had even more but son. Gray provided the Unas' most season at home against Detroit, fin- Randy Baldwin returned the sec-
ter to give IndianapoUs a 14-10 lead hit five of eight lor 62 yards. tor a rare drop by Rice in the end exciting moments, returning a punt ished the preseason at 1-3, while the ond-half kickoff 16 yards for a touch-
the five-year veteran then directed Most of the CMefe starters played zone during the second quarter. 75 yards for a touchdown and a 17-10 Cowboy*, who open with Washing- down and Bernle Kosar and fodd
the Colte on «ifr-piay drive that end- only the first ojuarter. lead with five minutes left hi the ton, were 2-3. Philcox each threw a touchdown
ed m a 1-yard run by Rodney Culver Barry Word scored on a 5-yard Bei^als 34* lions 17 first hslf. Chicago led 104 at haiftime on a pass as Cleveland (2-2) rebounded
as the Colts ended the exhibition run for Kansas City (14) and Nick CINCINNATI - C a r l Pickens It was Gray's second kick return 37-yard field goal fay Butler and Har-from an embarrassing 56-3 loss to
Lowery kicked a 35-yard fleW goal. caught a pair of touchdown panes to for atouchdownin the preseason- baugh's 7-yard pass to tight end the Minnesota Vikings.
Herrmann connected with Albert negate another sensational kick re- be returned a kickoff 96 yards last Keith Jenoings, a fifth-round draft The Brpwns managed only 118
Benttey on a 1-yard touchdown pass turn by Detroit's Mel Gray and lead week in a 42-t victory over New yards of total offense against the Vi-
in the second quarter. 49ew 24, Seahawks 17 the Cincinnati Bengals over the England Gray took Lee Johnson's hit eight of 11 passes kings on Monday night but had 117
H«rrmann played the first quar- SAN FRANCISCO - Steve Liona. punt in the middle of the field, shook for 95 yards in the first half. by haiftime Friday. Cleveland led
ter and Tupa the second in place of Young threw his first two touchdown Pickem caught first-half touch- off a couple tacklers as he sprinted Chicago scored in the second half 10-3 at haiftime on Matt Stover's 40-
George, expected to miss four weeks passes of the preseason, both to Jer-, down passes of 30 and 22 yards from left, then cut upfield and found a on a 32-yard field goal by Butler and yard field goal and Kosar's 35-yard
with an injured thumb. Jack Tru- ry Rice, and ran for another score as Boomer Esiason, and backup Erik corridor to the end zone. Green's 1-yard run. TD pass to Michael Jackson.
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Andrew Jackson took a 6-0 lead in
the first quarter as Calvin Hiers hit
Michael Cone with a 22-yard scoring
St. Andrew's came back to tie the
game as Brad McConnell scored oh
a 2-yard run.
But the home team forged ahead
at the half as Jay Waller scored on a
5-yard run and led 12-6 at the half
Neither team was able to add any
points on conversions.
The game was scoreless in the
St. Andrew's is completing the
transition from junior varsity to var-
Thomas Heyward 13
Patrick Henry 13
RIDGELAND, SXJ. - Travis
Reynolds scored on a 2-yard run in
the fourth quarter to lift Thomas
Heyward Academy into a 1343 tie
with Patrick Henry in the first game
of the season for both teams.
The Rebels scored first in the
game on Jim Carroll's 1-yard run in
the second quarter. Ashley Peeples
kick made it 7-0.
Patrick Henry came back oh a 5-
yard scoring run by Terry Jarrell
and Matthew Bostick's PAT kick to
tie it at 7-all at the half.
The visitors scored on a 4-yard
run in the third quarter for a 13-7
lead, but the run for the conversion
failed, setting up Reynolds7 Jate
Thomas Heyward tried to kick September 4, 1992
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Reynolds led Thomas Heyward in
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Emily Atkins went 3 for 3 with a
triple and three RBIs, to lead Calva-
ry Baptist past Richmond Hill, 6^2,
in a girls' softball game Friday at
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St. Vincent's 14, Camden
Jennifer Welch threw a four-hit Seedless Grapes.... ib «59
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Liberty County in a high school soft- Black or Thompson White
ball game Friday.
In a game Friday, SVA won its
season opener 18-1 over Liberty
In the two games, Kathy Holley
had five hits, including a home run,
and Katie McNamara had four hits.
SVA wiH play Windsor Forest at
10 this morning at Ambuc Park.
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