SEVEN PEOPLE suffered minor injuries when a runaway electric cart raced unmanned from an end zone to midfield and plowed into them after a high school football playoff game in Texas. The incident happened after Spring Dekaney beat Cibolo Steele, 34-14, to win the Texas 5A Division II football title at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington on Saturday night.

The cart toppled Spring Dekaney coach Willie Amendola, who was being interviewed near the Cowboys' midfield star logo with several other people clustered near him moments after the game.

Broadcast footage showed a stunned Amendola falling backwards into the cart's passenger seat as it continued rolling. As he tumbled out, a pursuing field worker hopped aboard and stopped the cart quickly. It was unclear why or how the cart began moving under its own power.

Winter Sports * 

Marlies Schild won her second straight women's World Cup slalom in Couchevel, France.

Massimiliano Blardone won the men's World Cup giant slalom in Alta Badia, Italy.

Jilleanne Rookard and Jon-athan Kuck won long-distance races to wrap up their first U.S. speedskating allround long-track titles in West Allis, Wis.

Sport Stops * 

Lee Westwood posted a seven-stroke victory in the Thailand Golf Championship in Bangkok, finishing at 22-under 266.

* Barcelona beat Brazil's Santos, 4-0, to win the Club World Cup in Yokohama, Japan.

* A foundation that endows athletic scholarships at the University of Houston might have lost more than $2.2 million because of investments in an alleged Ponzi scheme allegedly orchestrated by David Salinas, who committed suicide in July.