Rain canceled the season championship race at North Central Motor Speedway Saturday night.
Champions were determined by last week's point standings. Chuck Olson won the Midwest Modified division, Dave Mass won the Street Stock, Ed Jensen the Super Stock and Mark Olson the Pure Stock.
Awards will be presented Oct. 20 at the Brainerd National Guard Armory.
Sophomores open season with victory
The Brainerd Warriors sophomore football team opened its season with a 24-0 victory over St. Cloud Apollo Aug. 30.
The Warriors had 275 yards total offense, limiting Apollo to 102.
Justin Mueller scored two touchdowns on passes from Morgan Shepherd. Cliff Edberg caught 2-point conversion passes from Shepherd.
Gregg Day scored one TD and ran for a 2-point conversion.
Mueller also intercepted three passes. The Warriors' defense forced a fumble on the goal line to end the Eagles' most serious threat.
The Warriors travel to Little Falls 5 p.m. Thursday.
Hurricanes replace Gators as No. 1
NEW YORK (AP) -- Following a dominating 33-7 victory over Penn State, the Miami Hurricanes replaced the Florida Gators at No. 1 in The Associated Press media poll.
In this week's USA Today/ESPN coaches' poll, released Sunday, Florida remained No. 1 and Miami No. 2.
8 2/3 perfect innings
BOSTON (AP) -- Mike Mussina came within one strike of pitching the first perfect game in the 89-year history of Fenway Park, his bid broken up by pinch-hitter Carl Everett's clean single in the New York Yankees' 1-0 win over Boston Sunday.
With two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, Mussina threw two quick strikes to Everett, who then took a ball before hitting a soft liner to left-center field.
Mussina retired Trot Nixon on a grounder to finish his fourth career one-hitter. Mussina struck out 13 and allowed just four balls out of the infield.
Daly wins for
first time in six years
MUNICH, Germany (AP) -- John Daly won for the first time since the 1995 British Open, shooting a 6-under 66 for one-stroke victory over Padraig Harrington in the BMW International Open.
Daly had a record 27-under 261 total to match the European tour mark set by Jerry Anderson in the 1984 European Masters.
Golden captures first
LPGA Tour title
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- Kate Golden roared past Annika Sorenstam for her first LPGA Tour title, shooting a 9-under 63 to overcome a six-stroke deficit in the State Farm Classic.
Golden's career-best 63 gave her a 21-under 267 total, four strokes better than the previous tournament record. Sorenstam (70) finished a stroke back.
Thorpe wins senior
event in playoff
MASON, Ohio (AP) -- Jim Thorpe eagled the par-5 18th, then came back and made a 1-foot birdie putt on the same hole to beat Tom Jenkins in a one-hole playoff in the Kroger Senior Classic.
Jenkins had a 7-under 63, and Thorpe shot a 65 to finish at 10-under 130 in the rain-shortened tournament.
Sparks first WNBA champ other than Comets
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Lisa Leslie had 24 points, 13 rebounds, six assists and a title game-record seven blocked shots as the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Charlotte Sting 82-54 Saturday to give the 5-year-old WNBA its first champion other than the Houston Comets.
The Sparks swept the Sting in two games, and their 28-point margin of victory Saturday was the largest ever in the finals.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Honduras ended the United States' 16-year home unbeaten streak in World Cup qualifying with a come-from-behind 3-2 victory Saturday morning.
It was the first time the United States allowed three goals in a home qualifier in 41 years. The Americans are still in good position, however, to qualify for a fourth straight World Cup.
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