Football


FOOTBALL
Youngstown Flag & amp; Touch League
(Final regular-season standings)
Ethen/Chiro. Blue Devils 10-0. Roth Bros. Gators 8-2, Teenies Tavern 8-2, Yo. Sports Bar 6-4, Crown Limousine Warriors 5-5, Casaloma Gardens 4-6, 3-Zone/Morris Haulers 4-6, Assassins 2-8, Belleria (Struthers) 2-8, Acme Bonding 1-9.
First round results: Acme Bonding 20, 3-Zone/Morris Haulers 12; Assassins 20, Belleria (Struthers) 6.
Today's games
(at South Stadium)
Ethen/Chiro vs. Acme Bonding, 10 a.m.; Roth Bros. vs. Assassins, 11 a.m.; Teenies Tavern vs. Casaloma Gardens, noon; Yo. Sports Bar and Crown Limousine Warriors, 1 p.m.
AP SPORTLIGHT
Compiled By PAUL MONTELLA
Oct. 29
1950 -- Detroit's Wally Triplett gains 294 yards in kickoff returns and finishes with 331 yards total, leading the Lions past the Los Angeles Rams 65-24 behind 41 third-quarter points.
1977 -- Russell Erxleben of Texas kicks a 60-yard field goal in a 26-0 rout of Texas Tech for his third field goal of the season of 60 yards or more, an NCAA record.
1983 -- Gil Fenerty rushes for 337 yards on 18 carries and scores six touchdowns to lead Holy Cross to a 77-28 rout of Columbia.
1984 -- Orlando Pizzolato wins the New York City Marathon in 2:14:53 and Grete Waitz captures the women's title in 2:29:30.
1994 -- Arnold Mickens rushes for more than 200 yards for the eighth consecutive game, breaking the NCAA Division I-AA single-season rushing record as Butler beats Evansville 49-14. Mickens' 244 yards gives him a total of 2,111, surpassing the record of 2,016 set by Towson State's Tony Vinson.
2005 -- Saint Liam comes through in the Breeders' Cup at Belmont Park with a stirring victory in America's richest race. Hall of Fame jockey Jerry Bailey earns his fifth win in the Classic and 15th victory in the Breeders' Cup.
2005 -- Top-ranked USC wins its 30th straight game, routing Washington State 55-13. The Trojans tie Texas for the 11th-longest winning streak in major college history.
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