Allen Pitts and Doug Flutie set CFL records and the Calgary Stampeders scored twice on plays of more than 100 yards in a 47-10 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Calgary, Alberta on Sunday.
Pee Wee Smith connected with Flutie on a 106-yard pass play and Greg Knox returned an interception 111 yards.
Flutie completed 20 of 30 passes for 328 yards and four touchdowns. He's thrown 46 touchdowns this season, breaking the record of 44 he set last year.
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL: Florida State meets Florida tonight at 7 at Tully Gymnasium in Tallahassee. The Gators (20-3) are ranked No. 8 in the nation. The Seminoles (11-12) split matches Friday and Saturday, losing to Duke on Friday and defeating North Carolina on Saturday. FSU leads the series between the two schools 15-14. Florida defeated the Seminoles three games to none in Gainesville earlier this season.
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Cuba overcame Brazil and its home crowd of more than 20,000 fans to win the Women's World Volleyball Championship in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Cuba was near-perfect, winning 15-2, 15-10 and 15-5. A stunning Cuban defense acted as a brick wall to halt the spikes and hopes of the Brazilian team. The United States lost to Germany to finish sixth. Russia came from behind to win the bronze medal, defeating South Korea; and Japan defeated China for seventh place.
RUNNING: Luis Antonio Dos Santos of Brazil surged into the lead with 11 miles remaining and won the Chicago Marathon for the second straight year. His time was 2 hours, 11 minutes, 16 seconds. Kristy Johnston of Eugene, Ore., was the top women's finisher at 2:31:34. Joan Benoit Samuelson, 37, the 1984 Olympic gold medalist and the American record-holder, finished sixth at 2:37:09. She had needed to finish in at least 2:42 to qualify for the 1996 Olympic trials.
BOXING: Leo Young (12-0) maintained his unbeaten record and won the vacant Commonwealth junior middleweight boxing title with a disputed 12-round majority points decision over Canadian Fitzgerald Bruney (12-5) in Gold Coast, Australia. Sairung Suwannasilpa of Thailand retained his World Boxing Federation junior flyweight championship with a third-round knockout of Andres Tavarez of the Dominican Republic in Bangkok, Thailand.
BOWLING: Defending champion and reigning PBA player of the year Walter Ray Williams Jr. averaged 241 over 12 games and held a 69-pin lead after two rounds of the Great Lakes Classic in Grand Rapids, Mich. Williams, who has won two tournaments this year, has a pinfall total of 2,896. Left-hander Dennis Horan Jr. opened his second round with a 300 game and is tied for second with Butch Soper.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: A failed extra point conversion in overtime proved the difference as Lakeland-Santa Fe rallied to edge visiting St. Petersburg Catholic 20-19 late Saturday. Dennis Fowler scored touchdowns in the fourth quarter and in overtime for the Barons.
ET CETERA: John Cutler, skipper of the Japanese yacht Nippon '92, edged out John Bertrand of Australia by one second to win the first of two exhibition races in San Diego Bay. Bertrand won the second race. The competitors include the same six yachts that are competing in the International America's Cup Class World Championship in San Diego.
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