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September 27, 1993

Soccer

Zambia, still recovering from a plane crash that killed 18 of its players on April 28, routed Senegal, 4-0, at Lusaka, Zambia, and moved within one point of qualifying for the 1994 World Cup. Zambia (2-0-1) leads Africa Group B with five points, one more than Morocco (2-1). Zambia needs a tie or a victory when the teams play Oct. 10 at Casablanca, Morocco.

Boxing

Thailand's Ratanaphon Sor Vorapin stopped Dominggus Siwalette of Indonesia in the fourth round to retain the International Boxing Federation mini-flyweight title at Bankok. . . . Former IBF bantamweight champion Rolando Bohol of the Philippines was arrested on a rape charge moments after winning a non-title bout by decision in Manila, police said.

College Football

West Virginia broke into the Top 25, while Stanford dropped out of the Associated Press college football poll after its second loss. West Virginia (3-0) was ranked 25th after beating Missouri, 35-3. Stanford (2-2), 17th last week, fell out of the poll after losing to UCLA, 28-25.

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