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C-10 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1988 -THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- TODAY 15 FRIDAY 16 SATURDAY 17 SUNDAY 18 MONDAY 19 TUESDAY 20 WEDNESDAY 21 SCOREBOARD jH fP fP fP For scores Call 633-1200, from 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. kAV Pacers at Ice at New Jersey Muskegon Buffalo Pacers at J Chicago Fort Wayne at Pacers at Ice at Colts New York 8:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 7:30 p.m. ? SPORTS ON THE RADIO WICR-88.7 FM, 5:05 p.m. Women's College Basketball: Ashland at University of Indianapolis vs. Ashland. WIBC-1070 AM, 6:10 p.m. Colts Update With Bob Lamey. WIBC-1070 AM, 6:15 p.m. Pacer Talk: With Donnie Walsh. WXLW-950 AM, 7 p.m. Indianapolis Sports Talk: Hosted by James Conner. WICR-88.7 FM, 7:15 p.m. Men's College Basketball: Ashland at University of Indianapolis. CABLE TELEVISION ESPN, 8:30 a.m. Sportscenter. ESPN, 1 p.m. SEC College Basketball: Auburn vs. Vander- bilt. ESPN, 6 p.m. Sportslook. ESPN, 7 p.m. Sportscenter. ESPN, 7:30 p.m. Drag Boating: IHBA New York Seltzer. ESPN, 8:30 p.m. College Basketball: S.W. Missouri State vs. Wichita State. USA, 9 p.m. College Basketball: Irvine vs. UNLV. ESPN, 11:30 p.m. Sportscenter. ESPN, 2:30 a.m. Sportscenter. ESPN, 3 a.m. College Basketball: Nebraska at Ohio State. NBA STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L Pet. GB Strk Home Road - New York 14 6 .700 W3 8- 1 6- 5 Philadelphia 12 10 .545 3 L4 10- 3 2-7 . Boston 10 11 .476 4V2 W1 8-4 2-7 I New Jersey 9 14 .391 6V2 W1 5-7 4-7 Charlotte 6 13 .316 Viz W1 5-4 1-9 Washington 5 14 .263 8V2 W1 3- 4 2-10 CENTRAL DIVISION W L Pet. GB Strk Home Road ; Detroit 16 5 .762 L1 6- 2 10- 3 - Cleveland 13 5 .722 1Va L1 6-2 7-3 I Atlanta 14 8 .636 2V2 W2 9- 2 5-6 ' Milwaukee 11 8 .579 4 W3 7- 3 4- 5 r Chicago 10 10 .500 5'2 L1 6-2 4-8 ; PACERS 5 15 .250 10Vj L1 5-6 0-9 WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION W L Pet. GB Strk Home Road . Denver 14 7 .667 W3 10- 1 4- 6 Utah 13 8 .619 1 LI 10-2 3-6 : Dallas 12 7 .632 1 W1 9- 6 3- 1 Houston 12 9 .571 2 L1 9- 3 3- 6 ' San Antonio 6 12 .333 6'2 L4 5-5 1-7 Miami 1 17 .056 11V2 W1 0-9 1-8 PACIFIC DIVISION W L Pet. GB Strk Home Road ; LA Lakers 16 5 .762 L1 7- 0 9- 5 ' Portland 12 9 .571 4 W3 9-13-8 Phoenix 10 9 .526 5 L1 8- 2 2- 7 Seattle 10 9 .526 5 W1 6- 3 4- 6 Golden State 8 11 .421 7 L1 5- 3 3- 8 LA Clippers 7 14 .333 9 L3 6- 4 1-10 u Sacramento 4 14 .222 10'2 W1 3-6 1-8 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Charlotte 115. PACERS 106 Atlanta 103, Philadelphia 96 ' Boston 112, Utah 104 Milwaukee 119. Detroit 110 ; New Jersey 118, LA Lakers 113, Miami 89, LA Clippers 88 OT TODAY'S GAMES ; Utah at New York, 7:30 p.m. San Antonio at Seattle 10 d m De roit at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Miami at Sacramento 10;30 Golden State at Houston, 9:30 p.m. "enio, iu.ju '. p.m. TUESDAY'S RESULTS - PACERS 115, Charlotte 104 Dallas 117, Golden' State 111 Milwaukee 109, Philadelphia Denver 126, Houston 101 ! 101 Seattle 126, Phoenix 116 , Washington 115, Boston 105 Sacramento 108, San Antonio LA Lakers 111, Cleveland 102 89 New York 121, New Jersey 100 Portland 113, LA Clippers 92 Atlanta 106, Chicago 88 NFL STANDINGS AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA x-Buffalo 12 3 0 .800 315 220 New England 9 6 0 .600 240 263 COLTS I 7 0 .533 337 301 N Y. Jets 7 7 1 .500 345 333 Miami 6 9 0 . 400 295 340 Central V-Cincinnatl II 4 0 .733 428 312 Houston 10 5 0 .667 401 337 Cleveland 9 6 0 .600 276 265 Pittsburgh 4 II 0 . 267 296 397 West Seattle 8 7 0 . 533 296 292 L.A. Raiders 7 8 0 .467 288 326 Denver 7 8 0 .467 306 342 San Diego 5 10 0 .333 207 319 Kansas City 4 10 1 .300 241 296 , NATIONAL CONFERENCE East . N Y. Giants 10 5 0 .667 338 277 - Philadelphia 9 6 0 . 600 356 312 . Washington 7 8 0 . 467 328 367 . Phoenix 7 8 0 .467 327 372 Dallas 3 12 0 . 200 258 358 Central x-Chicago 12 3 0 .800 285 187 Minnesota 10 5 0 .667 378 206 Tampa Bay 4 11 0 .267 240 340 Detroit 4 II 0 . 267 210 292 Green Bay 3 12 0 . 200 214 298 West ' y-San Francisc....l0 5 0 .667 353 256 ' L.A. Rams 9 6 0 . 600 369 277 New Orleans 9 6 0 . 600 302 274 : Atlanta 5 10 0 . 333 235 305 x-clinched division title y-clifiched playoff berth SATURDAY'S RESULTS . New York Jets 34, COLTS 16 Philadelphia 23. Phoenix 17 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Houston 41, Cincinnati 6 Dallas 24, Washington 17 - Chicago 13, Detroit 12 ' New York Giants 28, Kansas City 12 New England 10, Tampa Bay 7, OT Buffalo 37, Los Angeles Raiders 21 Green Bay 18, Minnesota 6 San Francisco 30, New Orleans 17 San Diego 20, Pittsburgh 14 Los Angeles Rams 22, Atlanta 7 '. Seattle 42, Denver 14 MONDAY'S RESULTY Miami 38, Cleveland 31 SATURDAY'S GAMES Washington at Cincinnati, 12 30 p.m. New England at Denver, 4 p.m. SUNDAY'S GAMES Atlanta at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Butfalo at COLTS, 1 p.m. Detroit at Tampa Bay, 1 p m. Houston at Cleveland, I p.m. Miami at Pittsburgh, I p m New York Giants at New York Jets, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Dallas. 1 p m Seattle at Los Angeles Raiders, 4 p.m. . Kansas City at San Diego, 4 p.m. Green Bay at Phoenix, 4 p m, Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco, 8 p.m. MONDAY'S GAMES Chicago at Minnesota, 9 p m. . TRANSACTIONS LJAbttJALL Amencan League BOSTON RED SOX-Signed Lou Gorman, general manager, to a four-year contract extension, effective Feb. 1. Assigned Zach Crouch; John Trautwein; Dan Gabnele; John Leister and Josias Manzanillo, pitcher, outright to Pawtuck-el of the International League. National League CHICAGO CUBS-Agreed to terms with Domingo Ramos, infielder. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS-Waived Shelton Jones, forward. FOOTBALL Natinal Football League CLEVELAND BRONS-Signed Steve Slavden, quarterback Placed Charles Buchanan, defensive end, on injured reserve NEW ORLEANS SAINTS-Placed Tony Elliott, nose tackle, on inured reserve. Signed Jon Dumbauld, defensive lineman. COLLEGE ARIZONA-Announced that Mark Geor-gpson, freshman center, will transfer to Pepperdine for the spring semester. GEORGIA-Announced the resignation of Vince Dooley, head football coach MlSSOURi-Named Bob Stull head football coach. IHL STATISTICS SCORING LEADERS (Through Dec. 3) Ga G A TP Pen Wheeldon, Den ....26 25 22 47 20 Fleury, SLC 31 25 19 44 61 Mongeau, Fit 26 15 26 41 20 Miller, Den 26 14 27 41 4 AIR LATEST LINE NFL SATURDAY Favorite Odds Underdog CINCINNATI..., Vi Washington New England 1 , Denver . SUNDAY Favorite Odds Underdog PITTSBURGH I 4 Miami NEW ORLEANS 8 Atlanta TAMPA BAY 3 Detroit CLEVELAND m Houston Philadelphia 2 DALLAS NY GIANTS 6'! NY JETS Buffalo 3 COLTS PHOENIX 6 Green Bay LA RAIDERS 2Vl Seattle SAN DIEGO I Kansas City SAN FRANCISCO 6 LA Rams MONDAY Favorite Odds Underdog MINNESOTA 7 Chicago COLLEGE BASKETBALL TODAY Favorite Odds Underdog Temple iVi DUOUESNE Michigan St.. 6 DETROIT NEV-LAS VEGAS 17 Cal-lrvine UTAH ST 6 Utah NBA TODAY Favorite Odds Underdog NEW YORK 5'l Utah CLEVELAND 4 Detroit HOUSTON 11 Golden Stale SEATTLE 10 San Antonio SACRAMENTO 7'i Miami Home team in CAPS ' Tribune Media Services, Inc. NHL STANDINGS WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 17 11 2 36 141 131 NY Rangers 16 12 4 36 127 119 Washington 15 12 4 34 108 106 Philadelphia 14 17 2 30 126 121 New Jersey 11 14 5 27 101 120 NY Islanders 7 71 2 16 89 127 Adams Division Montreal 19 9 6 44 131 104 Boston 12 12 8 32 103 95 Hartford 13 15 1 27 107 102 Buflalo 12 17 2 26 107 132 Quebec 10 20 2 22 111 149 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division W L T PIS GF GA Detroit 17 9 4 38 127 114 St. Louis 12 13 4 28 96 99 Toronto 11 18 2 24 100 133 Minnesota 9 16 5 23 94 114 Chicago 8 19 4 20 125 152 Smyfhe Division Calgary 21 5 5 47 136 83 Los Angeles 20 11 1 41 170 130 Edmonton 18 11 3 39 154 128 Winnipeg 13 10 5 31 122 119 Vancouver 12 15 5 29 109 106 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS NY Rangers 2, NY Islanders 1 Pittsburgh 5, Los Angeles 4 Edmonton 8, Toronto 2 Chicago 4, Hartford 3 Winnipeg 4, Buffalo 3 TODAY'S GAMES Washington at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. Edmonton at Boston, 7:35 p.m. Montreal at Quebec, 7:35 p.m. Toronto at New Jersey, 7:45 p m. Pittsburgh at NY Islanders, 8 05 p.m. Hartford at St. Louis, 8:35 p.m. Buffalo at Minnesota, 8.35 p.m. Vancouver at Calgary, 9:35 p m, TUESDAY'S RESULTS Washington 4, Quebec 1 Detroit 5, Minnesota 4 New Jersey 4, St. Louis 3 COLLEGE POLLS WRESTLING COACHES' POLL Recrd Pts Pvs I. Oklahoma State (14) ... 5-0-0 318 1 2 Anzona State 12) 5-0-0 306 2 3 Penn State 6-0-0 283 3 4 Michigan 0-0-0 274 4 5.lowa 4-1-0 252 5 6 Iowa State 2 14 221 6 7 Lock Haven, Pa 3-1-0 216 7 8 Minnesota 144 194 9 9 Wisconsin 0-0-0 192 10 10 Edinboro, Pa 0-3-0 135 8 II. Northern Iowa 0-2-0 132 II 12 Nebraska l-O-l 127 20 13 Bloomsburg, Pa 4-1-0 115 17 14 Oklahoma 1-2-0 102 12 15 N C State 6-0-0 98 13 16 Lehigh 1-2-0 87 19 1. Northwestern 1-0-0 74 16 18 Pittsburgh 0-0-0 77 15 19 Ohio State 2-1-0 62 14 20 NOTRE DAME 1-0-0 31 -- Others receiving votes: North Carolina 15: Oregon II; INDIANA 10; Missouri 6, Navy 6, Clarion, Pa. 4, Syracuse 4; West Virginia 4, Brigham Young 3, Cleveland State 3, Cal St -Bakerslield I. d A cirCTD a 1 Center Andy Sinclair, Stanford (Hun- S.r?inii ,in,on Beacn' Calil -3' JM' senior . r, ,. ,iv ,7?," P0LL ... Quarterback - Steve Walsh, Miami (St. J ukke (39) (64) 626 pau, ,.,, W, m, iunior. 2. Michigan ( !) (8-0) 570 Running backs - Tim Worley, Georgia 3. Syracuse (D UO) 526 (Lumberton, NO, 6-2, 216, junior; Dar- 4 Georgetown (4-0) 427 ren Lewls, TeIas AiM (Dallas), S-ll, 210, 5. Iowa (6-0) 407 sophomore. "i'"0'5 " (6-0) 401 Kicliei. Robtie Keen, California 7. Oklahoma (5-1) j83 (Orangevale, Calif), 6-4, 220, sophomore. (. North Carolina (8-1) 375 Deftnst 9. Arizona (3-1) 298 Line - Benii Roland, Auburn (East- 0. Missouri (7-2) 96 man, Ga ), 6-3, 270, senior; Bill Hawkins, 1. Georgia Tech (4-0) 79 Miamj )Fla , (Hollywood, Fie.), 6-6, 260, 12. Florida State (4-0) 139 emor; Dennis Brown, Washington (Los 2 K!'adc?'lTi,S..Vf,gaS (M) '!! Angeles), fr4, 305, iunior; Ron Stallworth, f ? .' Si',? ,(,4'i' K Auburn (Pensacola, Fla.), 6-5, 258, senior. 15. Seton Hall (7-0) 81 Linebackers - Mike Stonebreaker, NO'S Louisville (4 2) 71 trt Dame (River Ridge, La ), 6-1, 228, i I111!Lse A.!' .... H iunior; Percy Snow. Michigan State (Can-5' H.JRE.DME (M' " 'on. Ohio), 6-3, 230, iunior; Kanavis U,CL.A (4-0) 8 McGhee, Colorado (Houston), 6-5, 230, 20 North Carolina State (2-1) 14 sophomore Others receiving votes: Arkansas, Ar- Defensive backs - Markus Paul, Syra- kansas-Little Rock, BALL STATE, Geor- cuje; L0uis Oliver, Florida (Belle Glade, gia, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, Mem- pia ), 6-2, 227, senior; Bubba McDowell, phis Slate, St. John's, Southwest Missouri Miami (Fla.) (Merrill Island, Fla ), 6-1, State, Stanford, Texas-El Paso, Wichita 195, senior; Johnny Jackson, Houston (Harlingan, Texas), 6-1, 193, senior. Punter Pat Thompson, Brigham AP MEDIA POLL Young (Lompoc, Calif ), 5-11, 200, senior. 1. Duke (49) (6-07 - 1288 Honorable Mention 2. Michigan (9) (8-0) 1237 Offense 3 Syracuse (1) (8-0) 1163 Receivers - Boo Mitchell, Vanderbilt; 4. Iowa (I) (64) 1020 Tony Moss, Louisiana State; Andre Rison, 5. Georgetown (6) (40) 1012 Michigan State; John Kolesar, Michigan; 6. Illinois (6-0) . 988 Tom Waddle, Boston College; Kevin Ev- 7. Oklahoma (5-1) 983 ans, San Jose St.; Willie Vaughn, Kansas; 8 North Carolina (8-1) 910 Tony Jones, Texas; Nai Worthen, North 9. Arizona (3-1) 761 Carolina St.; Clarkston Hines, Duke; Tim 10. Missouri (7-2) 649 Stallworth, Washington St.; Robb Thom- 11. Georgia Tech (44).... 621 as, Oregon St.; Carl Harry, Utah; Chuck 12 Florida State (4-0) 587 Cutler, Brigham Young; Kendall Smith, 13. Nev.-Las Vegas (2 2) 531 Utah St. 14. Ohio State (4 1) 496 Tight end - Phil Ross, Oregon St.; Rob 15. Louisville (4-2) 394 Chudzinski, Miami; Todd Millikan, Ne- 16. Tennessee (4-0) 394 braska; Walter Reaves, Auburn; Troy Sa- 17. Seton Hall (7-0 ) 244 dowski, Georgia. 18 N Carolina State (21) 126 Tackles - Dave Zawatson, California; 19. NOTRE DAME (44) S John O'Neill, Miami; Mike Fills, Fuller- 20. UCLA (44) .. 83 ton St.; David Williams, Florida; Bob Others receiving votes: Connecticut 79, Kratch, Iowa; Matt McCall, Texas A&M; North Carolina Charlotte 33. Kansas 24, Charles Odiorne, Texas Tech; Brian Wichita State 24, Loyola Marymount 23, Smider, West Virginia; John Guerrero, Georgia 21, Texas-El Paso 20, Stanford 19, Southern Cal; Jim Thompson, Auburn; Villanova 17, South Carolina 12, Arkansas- Bob Sledge, Nebraska; Byron Woodard, Little Rock 10, BALL STATE 10, Southern Oklahoma St. Methodist 9, Louisiana Tech 6, Oregon Guards John Stroia, West Virginia; State 7, PURDUE 7, Memphis State 4, St. Joe Tofflemire, Arizona; Freddie Chil-John's 4, West Virginia 4, La Salle 3, New dress, Arkansas; Joe Wolf, Boston Col-Mexico 3, Houston 2, SI. Mary's, Calif 2, lege; Jerry Fontenot, Texas AIM; Don Holy Cross 1, Louisiana State I, Southern Shrader, Indiana; Mike Husar, Michigan. Illinois I. Texas 1. Center Jeff Garnica, North Carolina; Courtney Hall, Rice; Jake Young, Ne- AP WOMEN'S POLL braska; Erik Norgard, Colorado; Jeff Uh- 1. Tennessee (60) (5-0) 1200 lenhake, Ohio St.; Frank Cornish, UCLA; 2. Georgia (54) 1121 Todd Wheeler, Georgia. 3 La. Tech (6-1) 1073 Quarterback - Timm Rosenbach, 4. Auburn (5-0) 1009 Washington St.; Rodney Peete, Southern 5. Stanford (5-0) 934 Cal; Maior Harris, West Virginia; Steve 6. Mississippi (6-0) 900 Taylor, Nebraska; Billy Joe Tolllver, Tex- 7. Long Beach St. (2-2) 704 as Tech; Mike Gundy, Oklahoma St.; An- 8. Iowa (6-7) 681 thony Dilweg, Duke; Terrence Jones, Tu- 9. Maryland (4-1) 595 lane; Chuck Hartlieb, Iowa; Andre Ware, 10. Texas (3-2) 588 Houston; Scott Mitchell, Utah, Chip Fer- 11. Rutgers (3-1) 561 guson, Florida St. 12. PURDUE (5-0) 5S4 Running backs - Cleveland Gary, Mi- 13. Louisiana St. (4-1) 503 ami (Fla.); Johnny Johnson, San Jose St.; 14. Virginia (4-2) 494 Charvez Foger, Nevada-Reno; Heikoti 15. Western Kentucky (5-1) 415 Fakava, Hawaii; Eric Bieniemy, Coloro- 16. San Diego St. (6-0) 333 do; Eric Metcalf, Texas; Emmitf Smith, 17. Stephen F. Austin (74) 203 Florida; Mark Green, Notre Oanx; Tony 18. South Carolina (44) 199 Boles, Michigan; Ken Clark, Nebraska; 19. St. Joseph's (2-1) 140 Byron Sanders, Northwestern; Steve 20. Duke (84) 69 Broussard, Washington St.; Chuck Weath- Others receiving votes: Southern Cal 47, erspoon, Houston; Stacy Donley, Auburn; Old Dominion 45, Middle Tennessee 36, Todd McNair, Temple. Vanderbilt 35, Nev.-Las Vegas 23, Kansas Kicker - David Browndyke, Louisiana 19, N. Carolina St. 18. Washington 17. St.; Pete Stoyanovich, Indiana; Mark Por- Wake Forest 13, Nebraska II, Bowling Green 9, Clemson 9, James Madison 8, Charlie Baumann, west West Virginia 8, LaSalle 7. Montana 7, Defense Colorado 6, Ohio State 5, Illinois State 2, Line - Willie Griffin and Lawrence Murray State 1. Pete, Nebraska; Pat Raboid, Wyoming; Tim Ryan, Southern Cal; Curtice Wil- " Mams and Scott Evans, Oklahoma; A.J. """ """"" ",,," " Jenkins, Fullerton St.; Dana Wells, Arizo- HS POLLS na; Michael Shepherd, Arkansas; Glenn Montgomery, Houston; Desmond Royal, Texas Tech; Morris Gardner, Illinois; BASKETBALL Dave Height and Joe Molt, Iowa; Tracy BOYS AP MEDIA POLL Rogers, Fresno St.; Trace Armstrong, 1. South Bend St. Joseph's (25) (341..598 Florida. 2. Terre Haute Soulh (2) (54) 502 Linebackers - Jerry Olsavsky, Pitts- 3. PIKE (2) (64) 404 burgh, Carnell Lake, UCLA; Aaron Wal- 4. Bedford-North Lawrence (1) (44I..384 lace, Texas A&M; Wei Pritchetl, Notre 5. Marion 0) (44) 334 Damt; Steve Hendrickson, California; 6. Evansville Harrison (44) 278 David Maeva, Hawaii; Rob Hinckley, 7. Hammond Noll (3-1) 217 Stanford; Kerry Owens, Arkansas; Ron 8. Gary Roosevelt (6-1) ,-. 204 Sancho, Louisiana St.; Britt Hager, Tex- 9. Loogootee (7-0) 196 as; John Roper, Texas A&M; Brad Quasi, 10. Muncie Central (5-1) 190 lowa, Mike Shane, Iowa St.; Willie Bates, 11. Floyd Central 13-1) 177 Ind., LeRoy Ettiene, Nebraska; Lorenzo 12. Anderson (5-1) 141 Square, Temple. 13. New Washington (64) 129 Defensive backs - Charles Fryar and 14. LAWRENCE NORTH (4-1) 84 Tim Jackson, Nebraska; Scott Garl, Okla- 15. Harding (44)... 61 noma: Cleveland Colter, Southern Cal; 16. New Albany (54) 47 T0dd Sandroni, Mississippi; Marc Foster, 17. Princeton (5-0) 36 purdue; Adrian Jones, Missouri; Steve 18. Wapahani (64) 31 Atwater, Arkansas; Mickey Washington, 19. Heritage Hills (4-1) 22 Teas a&M; Falanda Newtown, Texas 20. South Decafur (64) 16 christian; John Miller, Michigan St.; Ed-Others with 5 or more points: Lafayette oie Johnson, Miami; Stan Shiver, Florida Harrison 15, Madison 14, Michigan City st ; Lee Ozmint, Alabama. Rogers 14, Seymour 12, New Castle 10, Punters - Brian Shulman, Auburn; Jeflersonville 9, WARREN CENTRAL 9, Tony Rhymes, Nevada-Las Vegas; Bill East Noble 8, Gary West 8, Shelbyville 8, Ruderson, Akron; Chris Gardocki, Clem- Elkhart Memorial 7. Son; Chris Mohr, Alabama; Ed Sutter, GIRLS COACHES POLL Northwestern. 1. Warsaw 18-0) (21) 587 2. Noblesville (6-1) (9) 558 FnnTnA I 8 rurtTzCC 3. Bedford-North Lawrence (64) 545 rU"J I PALI. WO I CO 4. Penn (6-01 ....467 "T 5. Benton Central (6-1) 457 PRO BOWL 6. Batesville (84) 425 7. Scottsburg (7-1) 376 . Offense 8. North Knox (7-2) 278 receivers-x-Jerry Rice, San 9. Southridge (84) 270 fanciKo; x-An hony Carter, Minnesota; 10 Gary Roosevelt (64) 247 Henry Ellard, LA Rams; Eric Martin, 11 Seymour (3-1) 24) New Orleans. 12! Anderson HighiandlM)'""""""!!.') . Tackles-x-Gary Zimmerman, Minneso- 13. Ml. Vernon (Hancock) (74) 216 j -J"kl .sla,er' LA Rams; Lul5 14. Pike Central (6-1) 206 Sharpe, Phoenix. 15 BREBEUF (S-3) 192 Guards-x-Tom Newberry, LA Rams; x- 16 NorthWood (6-1) T"!""!""""""""l89 Bill Fralic, Atlanta; Mark May, Washing-17. FW Northrop (64) 187 . 18 Columbia City (9-1) 132 Centers-x-Jay Hilgenberg, Chicago; io Fw rpntrai (7-fli 93 Doug smith, LA Rams, tie vilpara (64) :"Z:.n JigM ends-. Keith Jackson, Philadel- Others with 10 or more rating points: P1" ste Jordan, Minnesota. E.Chicago Central 54, Edgewood 48, Pen- 51uarterack,?Ran,llal, Cunmoham. dleton Hts. 45, S.Bend LaSalle 32, Terre Philadelphia; Wade WHson, Minnesota Haute South 23, Peru 17, Madison 15, , Running backs-x-Roger Craig, San Columbus North 12, New Palestine 12, Z'"?' "-Herschel Walker, Dallas; Marion 10 Neal Anderson, Chicago; John Settle, At- WRESTLING l,n"- Defense COACHES POLL Ends-x-Reggie White, Philadelphia; x- 1. Muncie South; 2. Chesterton; 3. DE- Chris Doleman, Minnesota; Charles CATUR CENTRAL; 4. WARREN CEN- Mann, Washington. TRAU 5. Warsaw; 6. Bellmont; 7. Ev. Interior linemen x-Keith Millard, Min- Mater Dei; 8. LAWRENCE NORTH; 9. nesota; Michael Carter, San Francisco. Valparaiso; 10. LaPorte; II. Mishawaka; Outside tinebackers-x-Lawrence Tay- 12. Noblesville; 13. Adams Central; 14. lor, NY Giants; x-Mike Cofer, Detroit; Portage; 15. Merrillville; 16. BEECH Charles Haley, San Francisco. GROVE; 17 Delta; 18. BEN DAVIS; 19. inside linebackers-x-Mike Singletary, Penn, 20. CATHEDRAL. Chicago; x-Sam Mills, New Orleans; Scott -rtf c Studwell, Minnesota. AT SYRACUSE ,..9SrfT.T Cornerbacks-x-Carl Lee, Minnesota; x- , U.S. INTERNATIONAL (93) - Laffitte GIRLS ALL-STATE Jerry Gray, Rams, Scotl Case, Atlanta. 7-15 0-1 14, Judd 0-5 04 0, Sterner 2-6 1-2 5, Selected by Coaches Association Safeties-x-Joey Browner, Minnesota; Smith 7-17 2-3 18, Wilson 12-25 04 30, First team - Courtney cox. Nobles- ,.R0nie Lott, San Francisco; Dave Duer- Williams 4-19 1-1 10, Howard 1-3 1-3 3, ville; Kimberly Haywood, Ev. Harrison; Chicago Hodges 2-3 0-2 6, Moore 2-6 04 4, Davis 0-2 Tracey Pace, Ev. Harrison; Enka Wicofl, " ' specialist 04 0, Banks 1-1 1-2 3. Totals 38-102 6-14 93. Blackford, Gina Yoder, NorthWood. Punter-Jim Arnold, Detroit SYRACUSE (135) - Coleman 9-10 1-2 19, Second team - Leslie Brunk, Marion; Kicker-Morten Andersen, New Or- Thompson 9-13 I I 19, Owens 3-6 0-3 6, Stephanie Cooper, Seymour; Susan Po- ean5 Douglas 7-13 04 18, Roe 8-10 2-3 24, John-land, Park Tudor; Mary Shupe, FW Klc return specialist-John Taylor, son 4-7 1-5 9, Harried 1-3 54 7, Manning 4-Dwenger, Maren Winters, Martinsville. San FranCisc 6 3-5 II, Scott 5-7 2-3 12, Siock 2-2 0-1 4, Special teamer-Ron Wolfley, Phoenix. Rogers 0-2 2-4 2, Bartelstein 1-1 0-2 2, COLLEGE FOOTBALL ""otes starter Carey 0-1 M0, Palmer 1-1 04 2. Totals 54- OHense Halffime Syracuse 70, USI 48. Three- UPI ALL-AMERICA TEAM Wide receivers-x-AI Toon, NY Jets; x- Point goals-USI 11-35 (Wilson 6-12, Hodg- Offense Eddie Brown, Cincinnati; Drew Hill, es 2-3, Smith 2-7, Williams 1-7, Laffitte 0-1, Receivers - Hart Lee Dykes, Oklaho- Houston; Mark Clayton, Miami. Davis 0-2, Moore 0-3), Syracuse 10-19 (Roe ma State (Bay City, Texas), 6-4, 220, se- Tackles-x-Anthony Munoz, Cincinnati; 6-7, Douglas 4-7, Thompson 0-1, Owens 0-1, nior; Jason Phillips, Houston (Houston), x-Chris Hinton, Indianapolis; Tunch llkin, Johnson 0-1, Scott 0-1, Rogers 0-1). Fouled 5-9, 175, senior. Pittsburgh. out-Sterner. Rebounds-USI 43 (Laffitte Tight end - Mary Cook, lowa (West Guards-x-Brgce Matthews, Houston; x- ). Syracuse 69 (Coleman 13). Assists Branch, lowa), 6-4, 232, senior. Mike Montoya, Cincinnati; Mike Mun- USI 21 (Smith 7), Syracuse 35 (Douglas Tackles - Tony Mandarich, Michigan chak, Houston. ?);,I0,al 'ouls-usl 2' Syracuse 14. A- State (Toronto), 6-6, 315, senior; Andy Center x-Ray Donaldson, Indianapolis; 24,817. Heck, Notre Dame (Annandale, Va.), 6-7, Kent Hull, Buffalo. .T A. . .UACCE;e e, 258, senior. Tight ends-x-Mickey Shuler, Jets; ciitm Ii i o 17 1 Guard - Mike Utley, Washington State Rodney Holman, Cincinnati. , ,S0UT" t " H V,' ' , , (Seattle), 6-6, 290, senior. Anthony Phil- Quarferbacks-x-Boomer Esiason, Cin- f't. In , Ti fJ ?i Mi 1 lips, Oklahoma (Tulsa, Okla.), 6-3, 286, cinnati; Warren Moon, Houston. ''f. 4 ' ' " " r ' 2t? , senior. Running backs-x-Eric Dickerson, In- Smf JVJ LTjJi 7 1, Center - John Vitale, Michigan (De- dianapolis; x-John Stephens, New En- Mern,n4n2.0',olal 3J7A,. J o .s troit), 6-1, 273, senior. gland; Mike Rozier, Houston; James R0'? "w fr? 25M 23 Quarterback - Troy Aikman, UCLA Brooks, Cincinnati. '' J"'1 ".J Mayes 4-13 2-3 (Henryetla. Okla ), 6-3 1-2, 217, senior. Defense ul,, n.1 1 i JLl ?Tm ' lit Running backs - Barry Sanders, Okla- Ends-x-Bruce Smith, Buffalo; x-Lee Hr ) BVil 0 tmIiiL? iiw noma State (Wichita, Kan.l, 5-10, 195, Williams, San Diego; Ray Childress, 1-1 04 2, Boyd 0-1 04 0. Totals 31-62 19-24 iunior; Anthony Thompson, Indiana Houston. u.inim. ci,;rf. ci.i in 11. ssr m. (Fredoni, Kan.) , 6-2, 205. senior. na: SHB kansas (Cherry Valley, Ark.), 6-5, 263, Buflalo; x-John Otterdahl, Miami; Dino fama R'f', S senior; Mark Messner, Michigan (Hart- Hackett, Kansas City. 2 7) Florida stall u imcS S) land, Mich ), 6-3, 244, senior; Frank Cornerbacks-x-Frank Minnifield, VofaMol-S Starm, Notre Dame (Akron, Ohio), 6-4, Cleveland; x-Albert Lewis, Kansas City; aJ ,?". m libam' "' Flonaa 237, senior Hanford Dixon, Cleveland. !"a,e '" Linebackers - Broderick Thomas, Ne- y-Safeties-x-Deron Cherry, Kansas hrAtka iHnixtnn). 4.1. m senior: Opr. City: Erik McMillan, Jets. rick Thomas, Alabama (Miami), 6-4, 230, senior; Keilh DeLong, Tennessee (Law- rence, Kan.), 6-2, 219, senior. Defensive Backs - Deion Sanders, Florida State (Fort Myers, Fla), 64, 195, senior; Darryl Henley, UCLA (Ontario, Calif ), 5-10, 165; Donnell Woolford, Clem- son (Fayetteville, NO, 5-10, 195, senior; Mark Carrier, Southern Cal (Long Beach, Calif ), 6-2, 228, sophomore. Punter - Keith English, Colorado (Greeley, Colo ), 6-3, 215, senior. secono Team Offense Receivers - Erik Affholter, Southern Cal (Agoura, Calif.), 6-1, 190, senior; James Dixon, Houston (Vernon, Texas), 5-10, 185, senior. Tight end - Wesley Walls, Mississippi (Pontotoc, Miss ), 6-5, 220, senior. Tackles Pat Tomberlin, Florida State (Middleburg, Fla.), 6-4, 303, senior; Rick Phillips, West Virginia (Parkersburg, W. Va.), 6-4, 262, senior. Guards r Mark Stepnoski, Pittsburgh (Erie, Pa ), 6-3, 265, senior; Steve Wis-niewski, Penn State (Houston), 6-4, 260, senior ter, Kansas St.; Mike Gillette, Michigan; Specialist Punter-Mike Horan, Denver, Kicker-Scott Norwood, Buffalo. Kick return specialist-Tim Brown, LA Raiders. Special teamer-Rufus Porter, Seattle. x-denotes starter y-second starting safety will be named after season; because ol a tie, the player whose team finishes with best record will receive starting berth. HORSE RACING CALDER t-Gentle Ali (Lester) 115.40 6.40 8.60; To The Test (Pezua) 5.80 4.40; Keenly Kathy (Cintron) 7.60. 2- London Exchange (Velez) $11.20 4.00 3.40; Fire Animal (Chavez) 2.80 2.20; Speedy Mr. (Rodriguez) 3.20. Daily Double (4-5) paid 194.40 3- Card Sound (Daniean) S9.40 5 40 3.60; Watchmaker (Londono) 3.20 2.60; Walt Raleigh (Rodriguez) 16 00. 4- Stevie's Doctor (Chavez) S12.80 6.20 4 3.20; Lunato (Salcedo) 7.40 3.40; Shrug (Valiente) 2.40. 5-Stolen Rolls (Gonzalez) S18.20 8 00 4 40; Proud To Reason (Pezua) 3.20 2.20; Silver Castle (lee) 3.40. 4-Noble Shondey (Nunez) SU M 11.00 1 40; Cindi's Bracelet (Pezua) 44.20 14.(0, Gadara (Vives) 5 80. 7-lsland Alibi (Cruguet) S2200 760 2 80; Northern Sam (Valiente) 3.00 2.20; Winning (Vasquez) 2 40 -Quite Enough (Terry) 121 60 6 40 7.00; Michelle G. (Guerra) 6.10 5.40; Dean-na's Knave (Lee) 6 .60. 9- Miss Gaybeddard (Vasguei) 1500 4 40 3.40; Exangular Lady (Cintron) 7.40 4.40; Quiet Weekend (Brumfield) 4.80. 10 Silver Fool (Chavez) S3.60 3.00 2 40; Luckie Court (Lee) 19.00 9.00; Julia's Magic (Rodriguez) 2.60. FAIR GROUNDS 1- Temphillary (Frazier) $3 00 3 00 2.40, Ice Odyssey (Romero) 30 2.80, So Beauty (Perrodin) 3 20. 2- Pleasurable Moment (Copling) $17.20 9.20 5.80, R. K.'s Pride (Bremer-mann) 3.60 2.40, Potomac Fever (Simon) 4.60. Daily Oouble (12-1) J57.60 3- Hurry Up Janette (LeBlanc) 532 00 12 80 6.20, Sunrise Maid (Borel) 5.40 4.20, Melody Bubbles (Frazier) 6 60. 4- He Promised (Theriot) $10.20 4.20 3.40, Littlebitaguack (Jourdan) 460 4.40, Tampico Stogie (Langlinais) 8.60. 5- What A Cold (Marguez) $22.20 9.00 7.00, Ouachita Chief (Bremer-mann) 6.60 5.00, Big Hearted Harry (Romero) 4.40. 6- Dance Perfection (Avanf) $13.20 5 40 4.60, My Favorite Girl (Guillory) 15.40 10.00, Raise A Sweetie (Gua-iardo) 6.00. 7- Take The Ante (Simon) $4.60 3 80 3.20, Miss Liege (Smith) 59.20 17.80, Robocaia (Faul) 9 80. -Abit Irish (Perrodin) $6.60 5 00 2 60, Rad (Sellers) 6.60 4.40, Coila's Trojan (Frazier) 2.80. 9- Esker Island (Romero) $11.80 5.70 3 60, Here Comes Jody (Leblanc) 13.60 6.60, Tippydadooda (Perrodin) 6.60. 10 Sovereign's Ace (Patinz) $980 5 80 6.00, Race N Brace (Barrow) 6.60 4.00, Zarbyev (Guillory) 6.60. BOWLING LEADERS ALL STAR Men: Joey Dobbs 726. Women: Lou Ballinger 604. EAGLE Men: Ernie Payton 596. Women: Lorine DeBow 519. EXPO-Men: Ron Coleman 674. Women: Betty Healy 522. 421-Men: Dave Simpson 660. Women: Ellen Hodgin 573. FORT HARRISON Men: Bob Guy 639. Women: Patsy McDonald 524. HINDEL Men: Charles DeLong 637. Women: Becky Smith 628. LYNHURST Men: Paul Shulti 621. Women: Janie O'Bryan 502. NORTH EASTWOOD Men: Terry Ro-manyk 653. Women: Deb Cruz 557. PLAINFIELD Men: Mike Thompson 676. Women: Carla Holsaker 655. RACEWAY Men: Keith Ooley 671. Women: Anne McCain 599. SOUTHERN Men: Scott Maker 634. Women: Diane Thomas 55S. SPORT Men: Terry Brink 683. Women: Shirley Hill 594. STARLITE Men: Dave Hughes 636. Women: Carla Grayson 583. WOODLAND Men: Sonny Brunei 703. Women: Diana Bayes 638. COLLEGE BASKETBALL MEN WEDNESDAY'S SCORES StateBig Ten Indiana 105, Ark. -Little Rock 77 lowa 102, Cent. Florida 68 Wisconsin 89, Denver 34 . Ohio St. 103, Nebraska 76 St. Xavier 88. Tri-State 42 TONIGHT'S GAMES StateBig Ten Ashland at Indianapolis Earlham at Anderson Hanover at IUPUI Michigan State at Detroit St. Francis at Indiana Tech WEDNESDAY'S SCORES East Alderson-Broaddus 89, Davis & Elkins 86 Bloomfield 62, Wm. Paterson 61 Buffalo 90, Mansfield 80 CCNY 107, Medgar Evers 73 Delaware 59, West Chester 49 Fairleigh Dickinson 75, Cent. Connecticut St. 74 Georgetown 91, Oral Roberts 75 lona 80, Southampton 40 Jersey City SI. 69, Montclair St. 52 La Salle 78, St. Peter's 74 Lock Haven 97, Concordia, N.Y. 71 Massachusetts 84, Lowell 60 Roberts Wesleyan 91, Fredonia St. 78 Salem, W Va. 87, Lake Erie 69 Syracuse 135, U.S. International 93 South Coppin St. 75, Md. -Baltimore County 61 Florida St. 87, South Alabama 82 Florida Tech 75, Coll. of Charleston 60 Furman 97, Newberry 82 Hampden-Sydney 86, Newport News 60 Marshall 104, Ohio U. 93 Tampa 93, Webber 73 Vanderbilt 93, Auburn 77 Midwest Capital 53, Baldwin-Wallace 49, OT Chicago 59, Concordia, III. 57 DePaul 120, American U. 85 Eureka 92, lowa Weslyn 62 E. Michigan 90, Cleveland St. 68 McKendree 77, NE Illinois 61 Shawnee St. 98, Urbana 93 Tiffin 70, Blutfton 66 Wis.-Eau Claire 84, wis -Riv, Falls 52 Wittenberg 78, Otterbein 59 Southwest Houston 75, Toledo 58 West Montana 86, Montana Tech 53 Santa Clara 82, Nevada-Reno 78 Texas 117, Long Beach State 86 Wyoming 81, Colorado 68 WOMEN WEDNESDAY'S SCORES No games scheduled TONIGHT'S GAMES Ashland at Indianapoiis Ferris State at Tri-State Oakland City at lU-Southeast St Francis at Bluffton COLL. SUMMARIES TANK McNAMARA eut MOKi, -rUis ie arrif sack! we' pl 7 1W C6(?EAL BOX TMAT CUT 1HE P(?IC 'JzZ t)-KV?- J vJAb AnctOKZOP- 7 of WHEAT 6V 75 Ckjt$ f$C JHMMfi?,JOST V S- 7 AT LANOOVER, MD. ORAL ROBERTS (75) - C Thompson 4-19 04 10, Freeman 2-4 3-5 7, Washington 3-9 3-4 9, Workman 4-13 1-3 9, Sutton 8-24 3-6 23, Suggs 6-11 04 12, O'Neill 1-4 0-1 3, Jones 0-2 04 0, Kelley 1-1 04 2, Feiler 0-1 04 0, Springs 04 04 0. Totals 2948 10-19 75 GEORGETOWN (91) - Jackson 9-18 3-4 23, Turner 34 1-3 7, Mourning 3-7 4-10 10, Bryant 2-3 4-4 9, Smith 10-13 2-2 23, Till-mon 0-7 2-2 2, Bell 1-2 04 2, Mutombo 3-4 0-3 6, Winston 3-4 1-3 7, R .Thompson 04 0- 0 0, Allen 1-2 04 2. Totals 35-68 17 31 91. Haiftime-Georgetown 45, Oral Roberts 31. 3-point goals-Oral Roberts 7-18 (Sutton 4 8, C Thompson 2-7, O'Neill 1-1, Workman 0-2), Georgetown 4-10 (Jackson 2- 4, Bryant 1-1, Smith 1-2, Tillmon 0-3). Fouled out Sutton, Suggs. Rebounds-Oral Roberts 59 (Suggs 12), Georgetown 47 (Mourning 10). Assists Oral Roberts 12 (Workman 7), Georgetown 25 (Smith 7). Total fouls-Oral Roberts 23, Georgetown 19. A-6,488. AT MADISON, WIS. DENVER (34) - Collignon 3-13 2-2 9, Oliver 1-5 04 2, Frye 0-1 2-6 2, Simms 0-5 0-2 0, Chavlovich 2-5 04 4, Leub 1-3 4-4 6, Ziegler 0-2 04 0, Ray 2-6 04 4, Ward 2-3 1-2 5, Lanier 1-4 04 2. Totals 12-47 9-16 34. WISCONSIN (89) - Jones 54 4-4 14, Molaski 2-2 04 4 Schubring 1-2 01 2, Simms 6-8 0-2 12, Jackson 4-7 04 II, Locum W 0-0 14, Portmann 4-6 1-2 9, Robinson 04 1-3 1, Robertson 1-1 0-1 2, Gillespie 3-6 0-2 6, Willey 34 04 6, Douglass 0-2 04 0, Good 2-7 2-2 8. Totals 3641 8-17 89. Halftime-Wisconsin 44, Denver 19. Three-point goals-Denver 1-12 (Collignon 1-5, Simms 0-2, Chavlovich 0-1, Ziegler 0-2, Ray 0-2), Wisconsin 9-12 (Jackson 3-5, Locum 45, Good 2-2). Fouled out-Frye. Rebounds-Denver 28 (Collignon 7), Wisconsin 40 (Simms, Portmann, Robinson, Gilfespie, Willey 5). As-sists-Denver 5 (Collignon, Simms, Chavlovich, Ziegler, Ray 1), Wisconsin 13 (Robinson, Gillespie 3). Total fouls-Denver 19, Wisconsin 13. A-6,098. AT COLUMBUS, OHIO NEBRASKA (76) - Manning 8-10 1-7 17, Reid 1-7 3-4 5, King 3-5 4-7 10, Scales 4-8 2.2 10, Johnson 3-8 0-2 6, Owens 2-4 0-1 4, Dolezal 0-1 2-2 2, van Poeigeest 2-2 0-1 4, Koca 2-3 0-0 5, Richardson 410 2-3 13. . Totals 29-58 14-24 76. OHIO ST. (103) - White 6-9 9-10 21, Francis 7-11 3-3 18, Carfer 3-9 3-4 9, Burson 6-13 8-8 20. Brown 0-2 2-2 2, Bradley 1-4 04 2, Jent 24 04 6, Brewster 2-5 04 5, Dumas 1-1 11 3, Lee 3-5 1-2 7, Hall 1-2 04 2, Mateen 4-4 04 8, Robinson 0-2 04 0. Totals 36-73 27-30 103. Halftime-Ohio St. 52, Nebraska 35. Three-point goals-Nebraska 4-10 (Richardson 3-5, Koca 1-2, Reid 0-1, Johnson 0- 1, Dolezal 0-1), Ohio St. 4-9 (Jent 2-2, Brewster 1-1, Francis 1-2, Bradley 0-1, Burson 0-3). Fouled out-van Poeigeest. Rebounds- Nebraska 31 (Richardson 7), Ohio SI. 38 (Carter 8). Assists-Nebraska 14 I Ren), Johnson 5), Ohio St. 16 (Francis 5). Total fouls-Nebraska 24, Ohio St. 21. Technical-Lee. A-13,276. AT IOWA CITY, IOWA CENTRAL FLORIDA (68) - Crocklin 2-6 1-2 5, Fogle 2-8 1-1 5, Leeks 8 15 6-9 22, Blackwood 2-3 04 4, Pinkney 1-6 0-1 3, Bester 5-9 1-2 13, Green 0-1 04 0, Morton 1-3 04 2, Crawford 2-4 04 4, Davis 2-7 04 4, Blue 0-1 04 0, Locketl 3-11 0-2 6. Totals 28-74 9-17 68. IOWA (102) - Horton 7-8 W 17, Thompson 5-7 2-2 12, Jepsen 2-4 1-1 5, Marble 7-14 W 20, Armstrong 9-14 4-4 24, Tubbs 3-8 04 6, Garner 3-5 04 6, Lookingbill 24 04 4, Moses 2-7 0-4 4, Skinner 0-3 4-4 4, Wetzel 0-0 04 0. Totals 40-78 19-27 102. Halftime-lowa 61, Jackson State 28. Three-point goals-Central Florida 3-8 (Bester 2-2, Pinkney 1-4, Davis 0-2), lowa 3-9 (Armstrong 2-3, Marble 1-1, Thompson 0-1, Tubbs 0-1, Skinner 03). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Central Florida 43 (Leeks 8), lowa 50 (Jepsen 10). Assists Central Florida 11 (Crocklin 5), lowa 16 (Jepsen, Skinner 3). Total fouls-Central Florida 20, lowa 17. A 15,500. HS BASKETBALL BOYS WEDNESDAY'S SCORES Bremen 56, Mishawaka Marian 55 Chatard 58, Lawrence Central 48 Central Noble 56, Howe Military 47 Ev. Harrison 75, S.Spencer 55 Fremont 64, Camden, Mich. 30 TONIGHT'S GAMES Cathedral at Tech Indiana Deaf at Bethesda Christian GIRLS WEDNESDAY'S SCORES Cascade 66, Avon 59 Clinton Central SB, Westfield 24 Center Grove 67, Perry Meridian 56 Eastern Hancock 62, Centerville 48 Franklin 68, Whiteland 46 Indian Creek 52, Greenwood 35 Mooresville 80, Beech Grove 37 Knightstown 52, New Palestine 50 City Tournament At Roncalli Chatard 44, Washington 35 Tech 63, Scecina 48 TONIGHT'S GAMES Ben Davis at Carmel Brownsburg at Danville Decatur Central at Southport Edinburgh at Lutheran Eminence at Monrovia Franklin Central at Lawrence North Hauser at Southwestern Indian Creek at Brown County Morristown at South Decatur Noblesville at Hamilton Heights Pike at Greenfield-Central Shelbyville at Connersville Speedway at Plainfield Tri High at Triton Central Warren Central at Madison Heights Westfield at Crawfordsville Zionsville at Clinton Prairie City Tournament At Roncalli Arlington vs. Howe, 6:30 p.m. Chatard vs. Tech, 8 p.m. ICE SUMMARY AT SALT LAKE CITY Indianapolis 2 0 2 4 Salt Lake 4 5 J - 11 FIRST PERIOD - 1, Salt Lake, Ran-heim 24 (Dark, Johannson) 2:3); 2, Salt Lake, Bureau 11 (Lappin, Sleury) 3:16; 3, Salt Lake, Holmes 3 (Grimson, Si-mard) 3:44; 4, Indianapolis, Teevens 9 (Bonar, Handy) 11;I6; 5, Indianapolis, Houck 10 (Barkovich) 11:40; 6, Salt Lake, Sleury 28 (Lappin, Hayward) 17 45. Penalties: Sleury (S) elbowing, 8:19; McCutcheion (I) fighting, 16:37; Johannesen (I) game misconduct, 16:37; Grimson (S) fighting 16:37. SECOND PERIOD - 7, Lappin 20 (Hayword, Reierson) :42; 8, Salt Lake, Ranheim 25 (Chermomaz) 1:06; 9, Salt Lake Sleury 29 (Bureau) 12:14; 10, Salt Lake, Lappin 21 (Sleury, Hayword) 15:17; 11, Salt Lake, Ranheim 26 (Johannson, Ryerson) 19:20. Penalties: McSorley (I) fighting, lOminute misconduct, 3:59; Hayword (S) fighting, 3 59; Grlmson(S) cross-checking, 5:03; Allison (I) fighting, 5:03; Simard (S) fighting 5:03; Doyle (I) elbowing, 16:43; Sleury (S) tripping, 18:23. THIRD PERIOD - 12, Salt Lake, Ranheim 27 (Termonez, Sleury) 8:51; 13, Indianapolis, Lakso 10 (Handy, McCutcheon) 9:20; 14, Indianapolis, Sa-pergia 29 (McCutcheon) 15:00; 15, Salt Lake, Ranheim 28 (Termonez, Sa-bourin) 18:10. Penalties: Doyle (I) cross-checking, 7:59. Shots On Goal Indianapolis 8 10 9 27 Salt Lake 13 10 10-33 Goalies: Indianapolis, Perry. Salt Lake, Dadswell. Officials: Referree, Derek Martin. Linesmen: Steve Matcalf, Jim Tedesco. Att: 4,070. AM. BASKETBALL Amateur Sports Oflice Youth Holiday Tournament, boys and girls, 9-12, 13-15, 16-18, entry lee $15 per team; top two teams in each category will play at MSA Jan. 7 prior to the Pacer game. For more information, contact Louis or Gene, at 2674530. or 631-6316. John Marshall High School Alumni Basketball Tournament will be played at John Marshall Jan. 4. If interested in participating, please call Louis Norris at 546-2440, or 631-6316 between 9 a.m. and I p.m. Monday through Friday. HS SUMMARIES BOYS AT LAWRENCE CENTRAL CHATARD (58) - O'Brien 4, Lesley 1, Andrews 20, Williams II, Townsend 18, Keating 2, Kinghorn 2. Totals 18 22-27 58. LAWRENCE CENTRAL (48) - Sanders 9, Hill 3, Harris 2, Brown 8, Leach 2, Blair 14, Spells 2, Bertram 8. Totals 18 6-8 48. Chatard 11 12 18 17-58 Lawrence Central ..13 11 12 12-48 Three point shooting: Lawrence Central 2 (Bertram 2). Totals fouls: Chatard 9, Lawrence Central 19. Fouled out: Hill. Technical fouls: Hill. GIRLS AT GREENWOOD INDIAN CREEK (52) - Sichting 5, Stockton 6, Weddle 19, Hickman 10, Gunter 1, Doty 11, Clark 0, McClelland 0, Price 0, Bricker 0 Totals 17 18-34 52. GREENWOOD (35) - Hunt 4, Cot-tingham 5, Eck 14, Hill 4, Losche 6, Sloop 2, Harriman 0, Miller 0, Crouse 0, Cline 0, Poole 0, Williams 0. Totals 17 1-5 35. Indian Creek 12 6 13 21 - 52 Greenwood 8 12 6 9 - 35 Total fouls: Greenwood 27, Indian Creek 12. Fouled out: Crouse, Sloop. AT FRANKLIN WHITELAND (46) - Thompson 12, Jl-. Bright 10, Je Bright 9, Taylor 7, Coots 2, Venter 4, Stewart 2, Tinkle 0. Totals: IS 16-27 46 FRANKLIN (68) - Cruser 8, Kelsay 6, Heminger 9, Baker 30, Smith 4, Pride-more 4, Blackwell 1, Johnson 4, Yates 2, Davis 0, Vornehm 0. Totals: 32 4-10 68. Whiteland 7 14 8 17-46 Franklin 15 14 18 21-68 Three-point goals-None. Total fouls-Franklin 23, Whiteland II. AT MOORESVILLE BEECH GROVE (37) - Hess 12, Adams 7, Hall 6, Clements 4, Mann 3, Babbitt 2, Grimes 2, Moneymaker 1, Schill 0, Kingery 0. Totals 8 21-37 37. MOORESVILLE (80) - Cordray 18, Lux 14, Cox 9, M. Weber 9, J. Weber 7, Mayo 6, Jones 6, Swinney 5, Ellshoff 4, Owens 2, Haskins 0, Beasley 0. Totals 28 24-39 80. Beech Grove 9 9 10 9 37 Mooresville II 26 18 25 - 80 Total fouls: Mooresville 30, Beech Grove 31. Fouled out: Hess, Moneymaker, Hall, Adams, J. Weber. AT CENTER GROVE PERRY MERIDIAN (56) - Bray 12, McCollum 0, Daniel 5, Fort 12, Winkler 8, Barrett 6, Jones 4, Yoho 4, Bell 7. Totals: 17 22-27 56. CENTER GROVE (67) - Vandenberg 14, Zoss 15, Brikmanis7, Lee 19, Bakr 10, Yoder 2, Schroeder 0, Herron 0, Bex 0. Totals: 25 14-27 67. Perry Meridian 11 16 14 15-56 Center Grove 15 21 11 20-67 Three-point goals-Baker 2, Lee. Total fouls-Perry Meridian 22, Center Grove 22. Fouled out-Fort, Zoss. Technicals-None. AT CASCADE AVON (59) - Abplanalp 4, Phillips 4, Laughlin 4, Scolaro 4, Farrell 21, Harmon 5, Curry 5, Howard 10, Shannon 0, Pratt 2. Totals: 24 11-21 59. CASCADE (66) - A.Bowman 0, Lueck 2, Tomblin 10, Hanchar 0, C Bowman 5, Peterson II, Sallee 9, Ferguson 15, Watson 6, Lopossa 8. Totals: 21 23-36 66. Avon 16 16 13 14-59 Cascade 15 17 8 26-66 Three-point goals-Sallee. Total fouls-Avon 26, Cascade 21. Fouled out-Phillips, Farrell, Tomblin. AT WESTFIELD CLINTON CENTRAL (58) - Taylor 15, Tayton 6, Greeman 16, Fields 12, K. Avery 2, S. Avery 7, Catron 0, Barnet! 0. Totals: 25 7-13 58. WESTFIELD (24) - Gregory 11, Cooper 3, Burkhead 0, Carter 2, Boschee 5, Hene-han 2, Paschal 1. Totals: 9 6-16 24. Clinton Central 16 13 16 13-58 Westfield 1 6 4 13-24 Three-point goal-Taylor. Total fouls-Clinton Central 16, Westfield 12. Fouled out-Greeman. AT KNIGHTSTOWN NEW PALESTINE (50) - Hardin 7, Batz 18, Am. Drake 15, Disbrough 4, Sprecher 3, An. Drake 3, Kleiman 0, Rath-' macher 0, Sullivan 0. Totals: 19 8-14 50. KNIGHTSTOWN S2) - H. Weimer 29, Estridge 10, M. Weimer 7, Davis 4, Florea 2, Wilson 0. Totals: 16 20-26 52. New Palestine 7 13 8 22 - 50 Knightstown 6 13 15 18-52 Three-point goals-Am. Drake 3, Sprecher 1. Total fouls-New Palestine 17, Knightstown 14. Fouled out-Batz. Tech-nicals-None. AT CENTERVILLE EASTERN HANCOCK (62) - Kuhn 30, Conley 10, Beaver 9, Jackson 7, Grass 4, Crim 2, Harrison 0, Cooper 0, Davis 0, Sparks 0, Collier 0, Durham 0. Totals: 27 8-14 62. CENTERVILLE (48) - Harrison 16, Warner 9, Showalter 9, A.Bullerdick 6, R.Bullerdick 6, Morris 2, Arnold 0. Totals: 16 15-25 48. Three-point goats Harrison. Total fouls-Eastern Hancock 20, Centerville 14. Fouled out-Cooper, Warner. GIRLS CITY TOURNEY AT ARLINGTON CHATARD (44) - Marchino 4, Linden 12, Agnew 1, Gin 0, Konrad 0, O'Brien 0, M. Jennings 0, Simmons 15, K. Jennings 0, Davis 10, Kelly 2. Totals 19 6-20 44. WASHINGTON (38) - Jordan 0, Holder 0, Ray 0, Fox 4, Sullivan 11, Adams 7, Lewis 6, Jones 7, McGowan 0. Totals 14 7-18 38. Chatard 6 13 17 8-44 Washington 5 15 3 12 - 38 Total fouls: Chatard 17, Washington 20. Fouled out: Sullivan, Agnew, Kelly. TECH (63) - Wilhite 4, Willis 4, Smith 0, Robinson 0, Patrick 14, Jeter 11, Dawson 23, Springer 4, Bannister 0. Totals 25 13-22 63. SCECINA (48) - Raiser 0, Reckley 4, Sanford 2, Wilson 30, Watt 6, Manley 0, Hedrick 6. Toals 18 1017 48. Tech II 14 14 24 - 63 Scecina 11 8 14 15-48 Three-point shooting: Scecina 2 (Wilson 2). Total fouls: Tech 19, Scecina 16. Fouled out: Wilson. IHL STANDINGS EAST DIVISION W LOTLPts GF GA Muskegon 17 6 2 36 127 87 Saginaw IS 12 5 35 143 113 Kalamazoo 14 10 4 32 106 102 Fort Wayne 12 12 3 27 89 93 Flint 10 19 1 21 106 151 WEST DIVISION W LOTLPts GF GA Milwaukee 23 6 I 47 154 125 Salt Lake City.... 20 13 I 41 14S 142 Denver 18 12 3 39 164 160 ICE 13 IS I 27 121 154 Peoria 8 18 3 19 119 147 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Salt Lake City II, Ice 4 Milwaukee 4, Flint 3 Denver 4, Peoria 2 TODAY'S GAMES No games scheduled TUESDAY'S RESULTS Salt Lake City 12, ICE 7 Denver 4, Peoria 3 NFL STATISTICS TEAM LEADERS AMERICAN CONFERENCE Offense Yards Rush Pass Cincinnati 5739 2575 3164 Miami 5336 1123 4213 Denver 5175 1627 3548 Butfalo 5067 2080 2987 Jets 4917 2032 2885 Houston 4888 2212 2676 Pittsburgh 4800 1923 2877 Cleveland 4623 1497 3126 COLTS 4569 206S 2504 Kansas City 4538 1574 2964 Raiders 4519 1741 7778 By Jeff Millar and Bill Hinds Seattle S2 1985 2367 SanDieoo 4092 1795 2297 New England 3942 1955 1987 Defense Yards Rush Pass Buffalo 4277 1670 2607 New England 4350 911 2439 Cleveland 4450 883 2567 Houston 4470 1514 2956 Kansas City I: 4689 2346 2343 Cincinnati 4810 1882 2928 Raiders 4889 2107 2782 COLTS SMI 1641 34a7 San Diego 5112 1994 3118 Denver 5120 2373 2747 Seattle 5197 2175 3022 Jets". 5266 1927 3339 Miami 5377 7201 3176 Pittsburgh 5420 1782 3638 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Offense Yards Rush Piss San Francisco 5584 2453 3131 Phoenix 5542 1909 3633 Rams.. 5484 1882 3604 Minnesota 5377 1744 3633 Washington 5307 1377 3930 Dallas " 5244 1858 3386 Philadelphia 5059 1812 3247 Chicago 4852 2134 2718 Tampa Bay 4819 1650 3169 New Orleans 4806 1843 , 2963 Giants. 4S88 1492 3096 Atlanta 4380 1907 2473 Green Bay 4320 1274 3046 Detroit 3155 1184 1971 Defense Yards Rush Pass Minnesota 3626 1417 2209 Chicago 4142 1264 2878 San Francisco 4253 1467 2786 Green Bay 4578 1992 2586 Rams 4670 1616 3054 Giants 4788 1659 3129 Phoenix 4825 1820 3005 Washington 4866 1610 3256 New Orleans 4904 1670 3234 Tampa Bay 4905 1492 3413 Dallas 5043 1725 3318 Detroit 5074 1934 3140 Atlanta 5367 2116 3251 Philadelphia 5560 1515 4045 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS AMERICAN CONFERENCE -Quarterbacks Att Com Yds TO Int Esiason, Cin 369 213 3385 26 14 Moon, Hou 259 140 2040 W 8 Kosar, Clev 259 156 1890 10 7 Marino, Mia 575 337 4239.28 21 Kelly, Buff 423 252 3176 13 17 O'Brien, Jets 398 220 2353 13 7 DeBerg, K.C 378 207 2748 15 14 Elway, Den 467 260 3160 17 18 Chandler, Ind 222 125 1567 1 12 Beuerlein, Raiders 238 105 1643. I 7 Rushers Att YdsAvg LGTD Dickerson, Ind 352 1493 4.2 . 41 14 Stephens, N E 280 1038 3.7 22 3 Warner, Sea 256 1004 3.9 29 10 Rozier, Hou 241 985 4.1 28 10 Woods, Cin 185 951 5.1 56 15 Brooks, Cin 175 919 5.3 51 I Anderson, S.D 191 902 4 7 36 2 McNeil, Jets 207 899 4.3 28 S Thomas, Buff 198 8S4 4.3 37 2 Allen, Raiders 219 824 3.8 32 7 Receivers NO YdsAvg LGTD Toon, Jets 89 1011 11.4 42 4 Clayton, Mia 80 1075 13 4 45 13 Hill, Hou 67 1082 16.1 57 10 Shuler, Jefs 65 765 11.8 42- 4 Reed, Buff 64 869 13.6 - 65 4 V Johnson, Den 64 849 13.3 86 5 Paige, K.C 56 815 14 6 49 7 Givins, Hou 54 857 15 9 46 5 Byner, Clev 54 545 10.1 39 1 Jensen, Mia 53 587 11.1 31 5 Punters NO Yds LG Avg Newsome, Pitt 63 2870 62 45.6 Moisieienko, S.D 83 3668 62 44.2 Horan, Den 59 2599 70 44.1 Roby, Mia 60 2614 64 43.6 Stark, Ind 59 2557 65 43.3 Gosseft, Raiders 86 3590 58 41.7 Rodriguez, Sea 68 2786 68 41.0 Goodburn, K.C 75 3017 59 40 2 Runager, S.F.-Clev 47 1884 52 40.1 Montgomery, Hou 61 2406 61 39.4 Punt Returners NO Yds Avg LG YD Townsell, Jefs 32 404 12.6- 59- 1 Verdin, Ind 19 223 11.7 73- 1 Fryar, N E 38 398 10.5 30 ' 0 Nattiel, Den 19 194 10.2 . 24 , 0 Schwedes, Mia 22 219 10.0 36 0 James, S.D 27 263 9.7- 24 , 0 Edmonds, Sea 32 306 9.6 . 41 , 0 T.Brown, Raiders ...49 444 9.1 36 , 0 Woodson, Pilt 31 269 8.7 28 , 0 McNeil. Clev 36 307 8.5 . 32 , 0 HS RESULTS ; SWIMMING Avon 108, Cascade 61 ' WRESTLING Noblesville 50, Lafayette Jeff 18 . NBA SUMMARIES , ' AT ATLANTA PHILADELPHIA (96) - Andefson 2-11 1-2 5, Berkley 7-14 12-13 26, Gminski-9-ul O 0 18, Cheeks 4-12 2-2 10, Hawkins 7-14.-5-5 19, Welp 1-2 04 2, Brooks 2-5 04 4, Thornton 1-6 04 2, Henderson 4-7 04 ip. Tptals 37-85 2 027 96. ATLANTA (103) - Levingston 2-4 W 9, Wilkins 11-25 8-8 30, Malone 7-16 8-8 22, Rivers 3-8 4-4 10, Theus 6-15 4-4 16, Battle 3-9 1-2 7, Webb Ol 04 0, Carr 3-5 2-2 8, Tolbert 04 1-2 1, Ferrell 02 OOO.Totals 35-87 33-36 103. Philadelphia 19 30 26 21- 96 Atlanta 22 34 27 20-103 Three-point goals Henderson-' 2. Fouled out-None. Rebounds-PHijadel-phia 51 (Barkley 16), Atlanta 54 (Malone 16). Assists Philadelphia 21 (Barkley 8), Atlanta 15 (Rivers 6). Total fools Rttlla-delphia 30, Atlanta 19. A 15,526. ; AT BOSTON UTAH (104) -Malone 8-20 11-14 27,"Ortiz 00 04 0, Eaton 3-4 2-6 8, Stockton 5-9" H-11 22, Griffith 8-18 4-5 21, Bailey 8-17-6-4 . Les 1-1 2-2 4, Hansen 04 04 0, Leckner -04 02 0, Brown 04 04 0, lavaroni 04 04 0. Totals 33-77 36-46 104. BOSTON (112) - McHale 6-11 7-8 19, Lohaus 4-9 04 8, Parish 9-15 3-5 21, Johnson 2-5 Ol 4, Ainge 10,9 04 22, Acres 3-5 1- 1 7, Shaw 4-8 4-4 12, Lewis 6-11 1-2 13, Paxson 3-6 04 6, Grandison 04 04' 0. Totals 47-89 16-21 112. Utah 18 30 27 29-104 Boston 29 34 30 23-112 Three-point goals-Ainge 2, Stockton, Griffith. Fouled out None. Rebounds-Utah 55 (Eaton 12), Boston 46 (Parish 15). Assists-Utah 23 (Stockton 16), Boston 30 (Shaw 7). Total fouls-Utah 21, Boston 28. Technicafs-Malone, Boston illegal defense. A-14,890. AT EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. LA LAKERS (113) - Worthy 11-25 4-5 26, Green 5-10 04 11, Abdul-Jabbar 1-7 3-4 5, Campbell 2-5 2-4 6, Johnson 13-20 9-11 35, Cooper 5-9 1-2 14, Woolridge 3-5 2-4 8, Thompson 3-8 2-3 8, Lamp 04 04 0. Totals 43-89 23-35 113 NEW JERSEY (118) - Hinson 9-17 13-15 31, B.Williams 1013 2-3 22, Carroll 7-10 1-2 15. Conner 4-14 1-2 9, McGee 2-7- in 4, Morris 7-14 2-2 17, Hopson 3-6 44 10, Bagley 4-10 2-2 10. Totals 46-91 25-30 118. Los Angeles 29 30 22 25 7-113 Ne Jersey 27 27 25 27 12-118 Three-point goals Cooper 3, ' Green, Morris. Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Los Angeles 49 (Green 10), New Jersey 59 (Carroll 19). Assists-Los Angeles 22 (Johnson 9), New Jersey 22 (Conner 10). Total fouls Los Angeles 20, New Jersey 25. Technical-New Jersey illegal defense. A- 20,049. AT AUBURN HILLS, Mich. ' MILWAUKEE (119) - Cummings 714 5-5 19, Krystkowiak 4-7 54 13, Sikma 3-13 4-4 10, Moncrief 5-13 6-6 16, Pressey 4-7 1-2 9, Humphries 8-14 4-4 21, Pierce 6-12 7-8 19, Breuer 2-3 04 4, Roberts 1-4 04. 2, Mo-keski 2-3 2-2 6. Totals 42-90 34-37 119. DETROIT (110) - Dantley 8-11 6-8 22, Mahorn 3-8 3-4 9, Laimbeer 4-9 7-7 19, Dumars 6-11 5-7 17, Thomas 7-20 6-8-20, Edwards 1-5 04 2, Salley 2-5 1-1 5, Johnson 2-7 04 4, Williams 04 04 0, Rodman 54 1-1 12. Totals 4082 29-36 110. Milwaukee 32 33 24 30-119 Detroit 37 21 30 22-110 Three-point goals-Humphries, Rodman. Fouled out None. Rebounds Milwaukee 43 (Cummings 8), Detroit 56 (Laimbeer 12). Assists-Milwaukee 24 (Humphries 6), Detroit 22 (Thomas 12). Total fouls Milwaukee 29, Detroit 28. Technicals- Krystkowiak, Sikma, Humphries. A- 21,454.

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