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HAYS, Mont.—Lisa Woods, an exchange student from Australia, set the state high school girls' scoring record with 59 points in Turner's 67-54 victory over Hays-Lodgepole. Woods, who made two three-pointers and hit 23 of 38 free throws, surpassed Big Sandy standout Marietta Bahnmiller, who scored 58 points in a 1985 game. Turner High has an enrollment of 30, and four of its seven girls' basketball players are foreign-exchange students.
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BERLIN—Bayer Leverkusen hammered Moenchengladbach 8-2 on Friday in the most one-sided Bundesliga match in 13 years. Moenchengladbach had to play without any of its regular starters, who were all out with injuries. Its roster was so depleted mat the team suited up its marketing director, Thomas Eichin, a former Moenchengladbach midfielder who retired two years ago.
LONDON—After a 75-minute hearing Aston Villa's Australian goalkeeper Mark Bosnich was cleared of misconduct charges when the league's three-man disciplinary committee found no proof that he had cursed at soccer fans during a match against Everton on Aug. 15.
In 1996 Bosnich was fined $1,600 for making a Nazi-style salute during a game at Tottenham. He said later he didn't mean to offend anyone.
SYDNEY—Schoolboy races dinosaur on a 15-meter track at the Terrorsaurus exhibit at the Australian Museum.
GIZA, Egypt—Arantxa Sanchez Vicario served to Anna Kournikova in the finals of the Al-Ahram International Tennis Championships at the Giza pyramids. Sanchez Vicario won 6-4, 6-2.
ASBURY PARK, NJ.—The Asbury Park High football team, in the midst of its best season in more than a decade, swept to a 48-7 homecoming victory over Point Pleasant Beach, running its record to 8-0. But the Blue Bishops must forfeit six of those wins because the school's athletic director misread a rule and allowed an ineligible student to play.