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D 4 THE COURIER-JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16. 1191 Si) Li Li L-zi V.; 7 L-A L d llrJ Monday's scores X overtime KENTUCKY-OVC COLLEGES Austin Peay 66. Bradley 76 Eastern Kentucky 64, Tennessee State 74 Lees 101, Droughons (Term.) 52 Murray State 70, M'drjle Tennessee 68 , ( Tennessee Tech 52, Morehead State 51 METRO Florida State 69, Stetson 64 Louisville 79, Tulane 73 BIO TEN ' Indiana 65, Purdue 62 8UN BELT George Washington 65, Old Dominion 55 Jacksonville 91, Western Kentucky 87 ! INDIANA COLLEGES Cumberland (Term.) 94, Graceland 61 . Illinois State 56, Indiana State 56 Valparaiso 58, Wisconsin-Green Bay 55 MAJOR COLLEGES Air Force 73, Doene 65 Akron 67, Northern Iowa 56 Alabama A&M 112, Albany, Ga. 87 Alabama State 68, Alcorn State 66 ' Ark.-Little Rock 68, Samford 53 ' Augusta 80, N.C.-Asheville 68 ' BuckneH 78. Md -Baltimore County 56 Cleveland State 93, Western Illinois 72 . Coastal Carolina 86, Charleston So. 70 Coppm State 87, Md.-E. Shore 63 .David Lipscomb 112. Christian Brothers 90 Davidson 59. Campbell 53 Delaware State 87, Morgan State 79 . Drake 87, SW Missoun State 65 . Duke 89, Wake Forest 67 E. Tennessee State 96, Citadel 76 Florida A&M 60, N. Carolina A&T 73 Fla. International 106, U.S. International 94 Furman 91, Appalachian State 87 Gardner-Webb 86, Lincoln Memorial 53 George Mason 74, East Carolina 72 Holy Cross 91, Assumption 70 lona 90, Siena 75 Jackson State 99, Southern U. 90 Jacksonville State 111, West Georgia 89 x-James Madison 73, N.C -Wilmington 69 Lafayette 73, Miami, Fla. 57 Lamar 79. McNeese State 72 Loyola, Md. 84, Navy 77 Maine 79, Fairfield 76 Manhattan 90, Colgate 68 Monmouth, N.J. 90, Robert Morris 84 Ml. St. Mary s. Md. 87, St. Francis, NY 71 New Mexico St. 82, Fresno St. 77 NE Louisiana 66. NW Louisiana 65 NW Missoun State 88, Rockhurst 64 .Northndge State 109, NE Illinois 82 Oglethorpe 84, Atlanta Christian 57 .x-Radford 80, Winthrop 78 Rhode Island 97, St. Bonaventure 79 Richmond 85, Coll. of Charleston 64 'St. Francis, Pa. 82, Wagner 58 San Jose St. 80, Fullerton St. 70 S.C. -Spartanburg 92, Columbus 89 S. Carolina State 85, Bethune-Cookman 74 Stephen F. Austin 74, Nicholls State 67 Tenn.-Chattanooga 73, VMI 67 Texas A&l 79, Angelo State 77 Texas A&M 103, Centenary 82 Texas Southern 78, Grambling State 73 Troy State 109, North Alabama 100 valdosta state 59, Tenn.-Martm 57 Villanova 65, Georgetown 56 Washington St. 131, Prairie view 89 W Carolina 93, Marshall 91 Wis. -Milwaukee 74, Youngstown Stete 72 .Wis.-Stevens Ft. 89, Michigan Tech 76 COLLEGE WOMEN 'Florida State 84, Louisville 70 Middle Tennessee 95, Murray State 72 'Northern Kentucky 71, SlU-Edwardsville 59 Tennessee State 80, Eastern Kentucky 72 Tennessee Tech 86, Morehead State 72 Wayne State 68, Kentucky State 46 ' KENTUCKY BOYS Louisville Invitational Tournament ' (First round) Doss 59, Wagdener 56 ;St. Xavier 76, Atherton 65 'xx-Southern 99, Moore 93 Trinity 65, Ky. Country Day 58 Elsewhere In Kentucky Barbourville 78, Lynn Camp 63 Fort Knox 66, Central Hardin 61 'Knox Central 81, Pineville 68 .Mayfiekf 50. Calloway Co. 44 .Owen County 76, Dayton 70 .Reidland 65, Hickman County 63 Warren Central 70, Cumberland County 50 .Whitley Co. 71, Evans 58 KENTUCKY GIRLS ' Louisville are Bullitt Central 54, Iroquois 41 'Doss 59, Seneca 51 Ky. Country Day 44, Atherton 32 Male 52, Fairdale 34 .Oldham County 68, Meade County 44 , Elsewhere In Kentucky Adair County 49, Hart County 46 Apollo 63, Owensboro 61 Ashland Blazer 67, West Carter 46 Belfry 69. Knott Central 52 Bell Co. 62, Everts 51 Bethlehem 55, Caverns 41 Boone County 48, Notre Dame 42 Bowling Green 56, Greenwood 53 Boyle Co. 51, Beree 42 Breckinridge Co. 51, Daviess Co. 50 Campbell Co. 58, Newport 26 Chnstian Co. 66, Crittenden Co. 38 Clark County 51, Henry Clay 45 Conner 46, Dixie Heights 40 Covington Holmes 61, Newport Catholic 52 Doming 86, Fleming Co. 40 Elkhorn City 56, Pikeville 42 Eminence 56, Anderson County 53 Ft. Thomas Highlands 69, Scott High 53 Garrard County 56, Mercer County 32 Grant County 84, Wilbamstown 35 Grayson County 67, Edmonson County 36 Green County 60, Campbellsville 41 Hancock Co. 65, Perry Central (Ind.) 57 Heath 55, Murray 41 Henderson County 77, Hopklnsvllle 55 x-Hickman County 57, Reidland 49 Jenkins 82, Cordis 59 June Buchanan 65, Buckhom 82 Knott Co. Central 61, Leslie County 47 Knox Central 50, Pineville 33 LaRue County 62, Nelson County 51 Laurel County 43, Pulaski County 41 Lexington Catholic 49, Jessamine Co. 42 Madison Central 51, Bryan Station 39 Marshall County 71, Mayfield 43 Montgomery County 81, Bath County 63 Monticello 48, McCreary Central 43 Muhlenberg North 43, Butler County 40 Muhlenberg South 57, McLean County 46 Nicholas County 54, Bourbon County 36 North Hardin 51, Eiizabethtown 40 Ohio County 54, Warren Central 41 Owen County 64, Gallatin County 41 Paducah Tilghman 51, Lone Oak 27 Paintsville 65, Wheelwright 33 Pendleton County 72, Harrison Co. 56 Raceland 55, Maysville St. Patrick 37 Richmond Model 50, Burgin 35 Riverside Chnstian 43, Red Bird 37 Rockcastle Co. 54, Madison Southern 48 Rowan County 54, Pans 48 Russell County 47, Casey County 40 Scott County 57, Estill County 50 Simon Kenton 87, Erlanger Lloyd 43 Somerset 61, Lincoln County 48 Union County 44, Livingston Central 42 Warren East 73, Logan County 43 Washington County 52, Bardstown 29 Whitley Co. 71, Jellico (Tenn.) 35 Winning numbers Kentucky: Pick Three - 0-7-0 Indiana: Daily Three - 4-0-0; Daily Four - 4-8-0-6 . Illinois: Daily - 7-0-9; Pick Four -3-1-7-1 Ohio: Pick Three - 6-2-5; Pick Four - 9-8-9- - 1 5 ' Cards: - ace of hearts,-4 of clubs, queen of diamonds, 6 of spades SPORTS ON THE AIR TODAY Television 7 p.m. College basketball: Connecticut at Syracuse. (ESPN) 9 p.m. College basketball: North Carolina State at North Carolina. (ESPN) 10:30 p.m. College basketball: Kentucky at Mississippi. Delayed. (WAVE-3) 11:30 p.m. College basketball: Stanford at UCLA. (ESPN) Radio t p.m. College basketball: Kentucky at Mississippi. (WHAS-840) TOMORROW Television 7 p.m. Women's college basketball: Kentucky at Louisville. (WDRB-41) 7:30 p.m. College basketball: Iowa at Wisconsin. (ESPN) 8 p.m. College basketball: Purdue at Minnesota. (WTTV) 8 p.m. Golf: Hawaiian Open. (WTBS) 9:30 p.m. College basketball: Houston at Texas. (ESPN) Midnight College basketball: Idaho at Montana. (ESPN) LOTTERIES Top 25 At Durham, N.C. WAKE FOREST (67) King 6-11 1-1 13, Rogers 4-9 1-2 9. Medlin 1-3 0-0 2. McQueen 2-5 0-O 4, Siler 4-9 3-4 12, Tucker 5-6 0-110, Wise 0-0 04 0. Childress 3-8 1-2 9. Owens 3-8 1-2 8. Bkjcas 0-0 0-0 0, Doggett 0-OO-0O. Sanders 04 0-0 0. Totals 28-59 7-12 67. DUKE (69) Lang 1-3 2-3 4. Davis 4-10 7-7 15, Laettner 6-12 9-10 21, McCaffrey 3-13 00 7, Hurley 5-12 1-1 14, Palmer 2-2 f0 4, T.Hill 6-11 3-3 22, Koubek 1-2 OO 2, G Hill 00 0-1 0. Buckley 00 0-0 0, Clark 00 00 0. Totals 3065 22-25 89. Hatftime Duke 49. Wake Forest 34. 3- point goals Wake Forest 4-13 (Childress 2- 4, Siler 1-2. Owens 1-3, King 0-1, Rogers 0-1, McQueen 0-2), Duke 7-21 (T.Hill 3-5, Hurley 3-8, McCaffrey 1-7, Koubek 0-1). Rebounds Waks Forest 37 (Rogers, Tucker, Owens 6), Duke 30 (Laettner 10). AssistsWake Forest 17 (McQueen 5), Duke 19 (Hurley 8). A 9.314. At Johnson City, Tenn. CITADEL (78) Mosay 2-9 34 9. Hot-Stem 6-6 3-4 15, Vanschaardenburg 2-2 1-2 5, Wright 2-8 0-0 4, Nichols 6-12 3-3 16, Hodges 1-1 00 2, Williamson 00 1-2 1, Campbell 2-7 2-2 6. Ishie 0-0 0-0 0, Harris 6-7 00 14. Braggs 03 2-2 2. McDowell 1-2 o 1 2, Stowers 0-2 00 0. Totals 28-59 15-22 76. EAST TENNESSEE STATE (96) Tat-ford 3-9 2-2 9, Story 8-12 7-7 23, Jones 00 1-4 1, Jennings 5-9 2-2 12, Geer 5-12 3-3 15, West 3-10 2-2 9. English 10-18 1-2 21, Pelphrey Ol 2-2 2, Silvers 1-2 1-2 3. Woods 01 00 0, Palmer 03 02 0, Hayes 00 1-2 1. Totals 36-75 22-30 96. Halftone E.Tennessee St. 49, Citadel 34. 3-point goals Citadel 5-16 (Hams 2-2, Mosay 2-3. Nichols 1-4, Braggs 01 , Stowers O 1, Campbell 0-3), E.Tennessee St. 4-21 (Geer 2-8. Talford 1-4, West 1-6, Story 01, Jennings 01 , Palmer 01). ReboundsCitadel 34 (Mosay, Holstein 8), E Tennessee St. 43 (English 9). Assists Citadel 12 (Wright, Nichols 3). E.Tennessee St. 19 (Jennings 10). A-4,874. At Philadelphia GEORGETOWN (66) ChurchweK 5-13 1-2 11, Morgan 1-5 2-2 4, Mutombo 8-8 2-2 18. Brown 3-9 2-2 8, Hsmson 4-14 1-2 9, Thompson 01 0-0 0, Kelly 04 06 6, Simms 00 00 0, Fleury 00 00 0. Totals 21-54 14- VILLANOVA (65) L.Miller 4-12 1012 18, Bain 2-5 2-2 6. Vrind Ol 1-2 1, Walker 2- 7 00 6, Woodard 2-4 44 10, Dowdeil 2-8 3-4 7. Byrd 4-9 4-4 12, Mumford 01 1-2 1, Petle 1-3 2-5 4, Bryson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-50 27-35 65. Halflime Villanova 35, Georgtown 28. 3-point goals Georgetown 04 (Morgan Ol, Brown 02, Harnson 03), Villanova 4-11 (Woodard 2-4, Walker 2-5, LMiller 01, Dow-dell Ol). Rebounds Georgetown 33 (Mutombo 9), Villanova 38 (LMiller 9). Assists Georgetown 13 (Churchwell 8), Villanova 12 (LMiller, Dowdeil, Byrd 3). A 17,244. At Fresno, Calif. NEW MEXICO STATE (82) Jordan 10 18 7-8 29, Ware 3-9 0-0 6, New 5-1 1 2-5 13, Brown 3-9 2-6 8, Benjamin 5-8 2-4 13, Putzi 01 2-2 2, Small 2-4 00 5, Hickman 3-4 01 6, Totals 3144 15-26 82. FRESNO STATE (77) Hooker 8-101-1 20, Bernard 9-15 2-3 21, Lambrecht 4-7 01 8. Hams 4-8 3-3 11, Bamett 3-14 2-2 9, Pearson 1-3 00 2, Riddlesprigger 3-4 00 6. Totals 32-61 01 0 77. Hatftime Fresno St. 43, New Mexico St. 35. 3-point goals New Mexico St. 5-16 (Jordan 2-6, Beniamin 1-1, Small 1-3, New 1-3, Putzi Ol, Brown 02), Fresno St. 5-20 (Hooker 3-5, Bernard 1-4, Barnett 1-10, Pearson 01). Rebounds New Mexico St. 33 (Jordan 10), Fresno St. 34 (Lambrecht, Riddlesprigger 7). Assists New Mexico St. 20 (Brown 12), Fresno St 23 (Barnett 11). A-4,645. ovc At Murfreesboro, Tenn. MURRAY STATE (70) Gumm 1-2 00 2. Wilson 00 00 0, King 5-9 1-2 14, Allen 2-11 8-6 14, Adams 1-1 0-0 2, Coble 3-8 2-2 8, Sivills 00 00 0. Gold 1-2 00 2, Jones 6-19 7-9 19, Jackson 4-6 1-6 9, Totals 23-58 19-27 70. MIDDLE TENNESSEE (66) Ingram 44 00 8, Davis 1-9 2-2 4, Corder 2-6 2-2 7, Taylor 5-14 00 13. Hammonds 5-11 00 12, Vance 1-2 02 2. Clifton 4-15 2-5 10, Kidd 5- 8 00 10, Totals 27-70 011 66. Hatftime Middle Tenn. 33, Murray State 32. 3-point goals Murray State 5-8 (King 3-4. Allen 2-3, Coble Ol), Middle Tenn. 023 (Daws 05, Corder 1-1, Taylor 3-8. Hammonds 2-5, Clifton 0-4). Rebounds Munay Stale 47 (Jones 14), Middle Tenn. 39 (Kidd 10). Assists Murray State 10 (Coble 3), Middle Tenn. 11 (Corder 9). A 7,300 (est.) At Nashville, Tenn. EASTERN KENTUCKY (84) Great-house 014 7-8 25, Ross 7-12 2-2 17, Smith 1-4 1-2 3, Sinclair 1-6 3-4 5, Bell 44 02 8, Allen 2-8 44 8, Reuben 3-4 4-4 13, Brown 1- 2 2-2 5. Totals 27-56 23-30 84. TENNESSEE STATE (74) - Howard 8- 16 4-5 21, Robinson 012 4-7 17, Burwell 1-4 1-2 3, Bond 1-3 00 2. Childs 2-4 3-8 7, Parker 015 09 24, Lewis 02 00 0. Totals 2056 20-31 74. Hatftime Eastern Kentucky 38, Tennessee State 34. Three-point goals Eastern Kentucky 7-12 (Reuben 3-3. Greathouse 2-4. Brown 1-1, Ross 1-2. Allen Ol, Sinclair O l), Tennessee State 24 (Howard 1-4, Robinson 1-2, Lewis Ol, Parker 01). Rebounds Eastern Kentucky 34 (Sinclair 8), Tennessee State 33 (Howard 7). Assists Eastern Kentucky 12 (Ross 6), Tennessee State 13 (Robinson 8). A 2,300 est At Cookevllle, Tenn. MOREHEAD STATE (51) Tubbs 4-7 1- 2 10, Riffle 1-1 00 2, Tyndall 00 00 0, Miller 3-13 2-4 8, Wheeler 2-4 0-0 4. Roberts 5-13 34 13, Turner 02 00 0, Gainer 00 00 0, Mitchell 07 2-2 14, DeRozier 00 00 0, Totals 21-47 013 51. TENNESSEE TECH (52) Houston 14 00 2. McWilhams 3-10 00 9, Usher 2-9 1-2 6, Rodgers 03 00 0, Edmonson 1-2 0-0 2. Best 3-6 2-2 8. Cupples 3-8 2-3 8, Manuel O 0 00 0, Wester 1-1 2-2 5, Oglesby 5-13 2-3 12, Totals 19-58 9-12 52. Halftime Tennessee Tech 29, Morehead State 18. Regulation 40all. Three-point goals Morehead State 1-7 (Tubbs 1-2, Miller 02, Wheeler Ol, Roberts 01, Turner O 1), Tennessee Tech 5-24 (Houston 02, McWilliams 3-9, Usher 14, Rodgers 01, Cupples 02, Wester 1-1, Oglesby 03). Rebounds Morehead State 39 (Mitchell 10), Tennessee tech 31 (Wester 6). Assists Morehead State 8 (Turner 3), Tennessee Tech 10 (Usher 4). A-3,627. Kentucky colleges At Jackson, Ky. DRAUGHONS COLLEGE (Tenn.) 52 (30- 22) Martin 2, Vickers 3, Strozier 5, Spears 2, Brown 9, Foster 17, Matthews 2, Charles 4, Harnett 8. LEES COLLEGE 101 (4447) E. McDuffy 11, C. McDuffy 2, Fugate 12, Coff-man 4, Hunt 6, Simpson 7, Daiiey 7, Caldwell 5, Moore 8, Hopper 13, Sharpey 12, Baker 8, Callahan 6. Three-point goals Brown 1, E. McDuffy 1. Simpson 1, Caldwell 1, Indiana colleges At Lebanon, Tenn. GRACELAND 61 (2645) Wheeler 2, Lightner 16, Merritt 1, Livingston 3, Geere 6, Smith 12, Pollard 15, Burnett 6. CUMBERLAND (Tenn.) 94 (46-48) Payton 9, Dotson 6, Porter 6, Vaughn 8, Kelly 17, Bell 22, Carmen 11, Blakemore 6, Arnold 9. Three-point goals: Lightner 2. Dotson 1, Vaughn 2, Carmen 1. At Normal, III. INDIANA STATE (55) Parks 24 1-1 5, Zielinski 0-0 0-0 0, Fry 2-2 00 5. Lauritzen 1- 3 00 2 Brown 3-7 00 6, Inman 24 00 4, Maesch 0-0 0-0 0 Haynes 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas 2- 4 1-2 5, Rowan 44 00 8. Land 34 00 6, Bird 013 1-1 14. Totals 25-46 3-4 55. ILLINOIS STATE (56) Skarich 1-2 00 3, Wilson 7-1 15-7 19, Hicks 00 0-0 0, Kegel 24 00 5, Thomas 4-13 4-4 14, Taylor 02 O 0 0, Williams 1-4 1-2 3. Florez 04 00 0, Wemhoener 2-5 00 6, Vandegarde 2-8 Ol 4, Barnes 1-2 00 2. Totals 2056 1014 56. Tonight's schedule College Kentucky colleges Thomas Mora at Bluffton, 7:30 p.m. Metro Virginia Tech at South Carolina. SEC Kentucky at Mississippi, 8 p.m.; Vanderbilt at Auburn; Tennessee at Florida; Georgia at Mississippi State. Sun Belt Butler at Jacksonville. Indiana colleges Ball State at Miami, Ohio. Top 25 Connecticut at Syracuse; Ouke at Citadel; Virginia at Maryland; North Carolina State at North Carolina; Arizona at Arizona State; Stanford at UCLA. Women Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt, 8 p.m.; Morehead State at Marshall, 7:30 p.m.; Indiana at Purdue, 7:30 p.m.; Centre at Berea, 7 p.m.; Madonna at Brescia, 8 p.m. High school BOYS Western vs. Seneca at Valley, 6:30 p.m.; Butler at Valley, 8 p.m.; Fern Creek at DeSales. 7:30 p.m.; Holy Cross at Eastern, 7:30 p.m.; Jetfersontown at Pleasure Ridge Park. 7:30 p.m. Famous Recipe Classic at Holmes (Newport vs. Holmes. 6:30 p.m.; North Hardin vs. Leslie County, 8:15 p.m.); at Scott High (Scott vs. Covington Holy Cross, 6 30 p.m.; Franklin-Simpson vs. Calloway County, 8:15 p.m.); at Highlands (Paducah Tilghman vs. Bullitt Central, 6:30 p.m.; Covington Catholic vs. Highlands, 8 15 p.m.); at Simon Kenton (Newport Central Catholic vs. Simon Kenton, 6:30 p.m.; Tollesboro vs. Ohio County, 8:15 p.m.). 3-point goals Indiana State 2-7 (Fly 1-1, Lauritzen 01, Brown 01, Thomas 01, Land OL Bird 1-2). Illinois State 6-19 (Skarich 1-2. Kagel 14. Thomas 24. Taylor 01, Wemhoener 2-3, Vandegarde 02). College women At Tallahassee, Fla. LOUISVILLE 70 (29-41) Edwards 4, Martin 6. Huntsinger 4, Turner 12, Smith 3, Knox 14. Sweet 2. Doyle 22, Rose 3. FLORIDA STATE 83 (35-48) Davis 7, Derlak 4, Bums 25, Test 1, Paschal 6, Ryan 12, Walker 6, Dishman 22. 3-polnt goals Turner 1, Smith 1, Burns. At Nashville EASTERN KENTUCKY 72 (39-33) Cox 20, Jones 3, Zyrscra 4, Goodin 17, Cowan 16, McEaddy 6, A Elkin 1, Mcintosh 5. TENNESSEE STATE 60 (49-31) Holmes 1, Hicks 22, Newsom 7, Marlowe 7, Campbell 10, Woods 3, Adams 16, Thomas 14. 3-polnt goals Cox 3, Hicks 5. At Cookevllle, Tenn. MOREHEAD STATE 72 (29-43) Litton 7, English 6, Eden 6. Bradford 5, Ousley 13, Smith 13, Magrane 22. TENNESSEE TECH 86 (42-44) Taylor 1, Treanton 4. Beaty 2, Scott 9, Batten 6, Rice 14, Moorehead 27, Stout 2, Ramsey 14, Adams 7. 3-polnt goals Ousley 3, Litton 1, Scott 1, Rice 2. At Murfeesboro, Tenn. MURRAY STATE 72 (29-43) Parker 17, Pierce 9, Wanning 21, Plnson 9, Waldon 6, M. Shetton 2, Gamer 2, L. Shelton 6. MIDDLE TENNESSEE 95 (47-48) Morrison 6. Smith 10, Robinson 29, Capley 14, S. Harris 9, Cartwright 3, Wright 6, Sisson 1, Brown 14, L. Harris 2, Gipson 1. 3-polnt goals Parker 3, Pierce 1, Plnson 1, Smith 2, Brown 2, Cartwright 1. At Detroit KENTUCKY STATE 46 (21-25) McArthur 1, Loftion 7, Sloan 6, Bracy 7, Baker 9, Vaughn 4, Johnson 12. WAYNE STATE 68 (41-27) Fiftus 12, Rogers 20, Payne 2, Falkowski 6, Wngnt 12, Wilson 10, Henson 2, Roberts. At Highland Heights, Ky. SIU-EDWAROSVILLE 59 (2843) Held 2, Sebastian 27, Kaufman 12, Ebert 6, Shannon 8. Boeckman 4. NORTHERN KENTUCKY 71 (3843) Gaerke 12, Freopon 13, Middleton 13, Mc-Clellan 11, Levens 11, Wohnhas 5, Jackson 6. 3-polnt goals Shannon 2, McClellan 1, Wohnhas 1. NCAA Division II polls MEN NCAA Division II basketball poll wtth first-place votes In parentheses, rscords through Monday, total points and last week's ranking: Pos. School Record Pts. Pvs. 1. Ashland, Ohio (8) ....140 160 1 2. North Dakota 12-1 151 3 3. Florida Southern 154 145 5 4. UC Riverside 14-2 130 7 6. Virginia Union 11-2 125 8 6. Missoun Western 12-1 117 10 7. Bridgeport, Conn 12-2 107 11 8. North Alabama 11-2 108 4 9. Central Missouri St. ..11-1 99 2 10. Florida Tech 13-1 85 13 11. SW Baptist. Mo 101 72 20 12. Adelphi; N Y 102 62 15 13. Nebraska-Omaha 102 53 13. West Texas State ....13-1 53 18 15. Fayetteville St., N.C. ..11-4 45 16 16. Kentucky Wesleyan ... 9-4 40 17. Alaska-Anchorage ....11-7 25 1 8 Assumption, Mass. ... 8-3 23)4 19. Bellarmine 102 20)4 20. Millersville, Pa 7-3 1 1 Vt WOMEN NCAA Division II basketball poll wtth flrst-plsos votes In parentheses, records through Monday, total points and last year's final ranking: Pos. School Record Pts. Pvs. 1. North Dakota (8) 140 160 1 2. West Texas State ....12-1 147 2 3. Bentley, Mass 13-1 145 3 4. Norfolk State 154 136 4 5. Pitt. -Johnstown 114 124 5 5. Jacksonville State ....101 124 7 7. Bellarmine 12-2 106 13 8. Augustana, S O 11-2 101 8 9. N.C. -Greensboro 84 89 20 10. Bloomsburg, Pa 13-0 87 11 11. North Dakota State ...13-1 75 12 12. Delta State, Miss 02 65 15 13. Northern Kentucky .... 103 61 14. UC Davis 13-2 55 16 15. Hampton, Va 14-2 50 19 16. a Michael s, Vt 11-2 43 17 17. Florida Atlantic 101 41 18 18. Missoun-Rolla 103 35 19. St. Joseph's, Ind 12-2 21 6 20. Central Missouri St . . 94 7 NCAA Division III poll NCAA Division III men's basketball poll wtth records through Monday. Pos. School Rscord 1. Franklin & Marshall 134 2. Wis.-Platteville 134 3. Emory & Henry 114 4. Hamilton, N Y 194 5. Calvin, Mich 13-1 6. Salem State 101 7. Wartburg, Iowa 13-2 8. Glassboro State 11-2 9. Wittenberg, Ohio 14-1 10. Randolph-Macon 11-1 Conference champions National Conference 1989 San Francisco 30, LA Rams 3 1988 San Francisco 28, Chicago 3 1987 Washington 17, Minnesota 10 1986 N Y. Giants 17, Washington 0 1985 Chicago 24, Los Angeles Rams 0 1984 San Francisco 23, Chicago 0 1983 Washington 24, San Francisco 21 1982 Washington 31, Dallas 17 1981 San Francisco 28, Dallas 27 1980 Philadelphia 20, Dallas 7 1979 Los Angeles 9, Tampa Bay 0 1978 Dallas 28, Los Angeles 0 1977 Dallas 23, Minnesota 6 1976 Minnesota 24, Los Angeles 13 1975 Dallas 37, Los Angeles 7 1974 Minnesota 14, Los Angeles 10 1973 Minnesota 27, Dallas 10 1972 Washington 26, Dallas 3 1971 Dallas 14, San Francisco 3 1970 Dallas 17, San Francisco 10 1969 Minnesota 27, Cleveland 7 1988 Baltimore 34, Cleveland 0 1967 Green Bay 21, Dallas 17 1966 Green Bay 34, Dallas 27 1965 Green Bay 23, Cleveland 12 1964 Cleveland 27, Baltimore 0 1963 Chicago 14, New York 10 1962 Green Bay 16, New York 7 1961 Green Bay 37, New York 0 1960 Philadelphia 17, Green Bay 13 1959 Baltimore 31, New York 16 1958 Baltimore 23, New York 17, OT 1957 Detroit 59, Cleveland 14 1956 New York 47, Chicago Bears 7 1955 Cleveland 38, Los Angeles 14 1954 Cleveland 56, Detroit 10 1953 Detroit 17, Cleveland 16 1952 Detroit 17, Cleveland 7 1951 Los Angeles 24, Cleveland 17 1950 Cleveland 30, Los Angeles 28 1949 Philadelphia 14, Los Angeles 0 1948 Philadelphia 7, Chicago Cardinals 0 1947 Chicago Cardinals 28, Phila. 21 1946 Chicago Bears 24, New York 14 1945 Cleveland 15, Washington 14 1944 Green Bay 14, New York 7 1943 Chicago 41, Washington 21 1942 Washington 14, Chicago Bears 6 1941 Chicago Bears 37, New York 9 1940 Chicago Bears 73, Washington 0 1939 Green Bay 27, New York 0 1938 New York 23, Green Bay 17 1937 Washington 28, Chicago Bears 21 1936 Green Bay 21, Boston 6 1935 Detroit 26, New York 7 1934 New York 30. Chicago Bears 13 1933 Chicago Bears 23, New York 21 American Conference 1989 Denver 37, Cleveland 21 1988 Cincinnati 21, Buffalo 10 1987 Denver 38, Cleveland 33 1986 Denver 23, Cleveland 20, OT 1985 New England 31, Miami 14 1984 Miami 45, Pittsburgh 28 1983 Los Angeles 30, Seattle 14 1982 Miami 14, New York 0 1981 Cincinnati 27, San Diego 7 1980 Oakland 34, San Diego 27 1979 Pittsburgh 27, Houston 13 1978 Pittsburgh 34, Houston 5 1977 Denver 20. Oakland 17 1976 Oakland 24. Pittsburgh 7 1975 Pittsburgh 16, Oakland 10 1974 Pittsburgh 24. Oakland 13 1973 Miami 27, Oakland 10 1972 Miami 21, Pittsburgh 17 1971 Miami 21, Baltimore 0 1970 Baltimore 27, Oakland 17 1969 Kansas City 17. Oakland 7 1968 New York 27. Oakland 23 1967 Oakland 40, Houston 7 1968 Kansas City 31, Buffalo 7 1965 Buffalo 23, San Diego 0 1964 Buffalo 20. San Diego 7 1963 San Diego 51, Boston 10 1962 Dallas 20, Houston 17, OT 1961 Houston 10, San Diego 3 1960 Houston 24, Los Angeles 16 SPORTS AT A GLANCE im CI East Coast Hockey League EAST DIVISION W L OTLPts OF GA Johnstown ... 21 16 2 44 203 173 Hamp. Roads 19 12 4 42 159 154 Richmond ... 18 17 4 40 193 189 Roanoks .... 17 18 5 39 141 181 Ens 18 15 2 38 181 171 WEST DIVISION Knoxvills 28 7 3 59 245 131 Greensboro .. 21 16 1 43 162 157 Cincinnati .... 20 17 2 42 169 188 Nashville .... 16 20 2 34 163 186 Louisville .... 15 19 3 33 145 163 Winston-Salem 14 21 1 29 128 167 Two points are awarded for a victory and one for an overtime loss. MONDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled LAST NIGHTS GAME Knoxville at Greensboro TONIGHT'S GAMES Cincinnati at Louisville, 7:30 p.m. Knoxville at Johnstown Winston-Salem at Richmond Nashville at Roanoke Ene at Hampton Roads League leaders (Through Sunday's games) SCORING Player, team Gsmss 0 A Pts Stan Drulia, Knoxville .... 37 36 46 82 Brian Martin, Hampton . . 35 41 38 79 Dan Gauthier, Knoxville.. 38 21 57 78 Barry Chyzowski, Ene . . . 31 29 40 69 Troy Mick, Knoxville 29 29 35 64 Joe Ferras, Richmond ... 32 26 38 64 Sheldon Gorski, Louisville 37 34 29 63 Peter Buckndge, Ene.... 35 31 32 63 IceHawk scoring Player Games G A Pts Sheldon Gorski 37 34 29 63 Neven Kardum 36 12 35 47 John Massara 37 21 23 44 Luke Vitale 32 7 13 20 Joe Tonello 35 6 14 20 Todd Norman 21 10 9 19 Chad Biafore 36 3 14 17 Jeff Weber 36 7 9 16 Paul Donovan 29 5 11 16 Darren Srochenski 25 3 4 7 NHL WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L TPts GF GA X-NY Rangers ....26 15 7 59 180 148 X-Pittsburgh 24 20 3 61 200 171 x-Philadelphia ....22 21 6 50 159 158 New Jersey 19 19 9 47 172 163 X.Washington ....21 23 2 44150150 X-NY Islanders ...16 23 6 38 127 155 Adams Division x-Boston 24 15 8 56 166 151 x-Momreal 24 18 5 53 152 143 Buffalo 18 17 10 46 158 146 Hartford 19 22 5 43 133 154 Quebec 10 29 8 28 134 207 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE . Norrls Division W L TPts GF GA Chicago 31 14 3 65 162 124 x-St. Louis 25 13 7 67 163 132 Detroit 22 20 5 49 160 165 X-Minnesota 12 27 8 32 140 167 Toronto 12 30 4 28 130 190 Smyths Division Los Angeles 26 14 5 57 186 143 x-Calgary 24 17 5 53 187 146 x-Edmonton 21 20 2 44 142 140 Vancouver 18 25 4 40 149 177 x-Winmpeg 14 26 8 36 151 173 x-Last night's game not Included. MONDAY'S RESULTS Buffalo 9, Toronto 3; Boston 6, Detroit 1; Los Angeles 6, New Jersey 1. LAST NIGHT'S GAMES Boston at N Y. Islanders Edmonton at N Y. Rangers Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Montreal at Minnesota Washington at St. Louis Winnipeg at Calgary TONIGHTS GAMES Detroit at Buffalo, 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Hartford, 7:35 p.m. Chicago at New Jersey, 7:45 p.m. Winnipeg at Vancouver, 10:35 p.m. Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year Voting for the 1990 Associated Press Female Athlete of trie Year, with five points for each first-place vote, three points for second and one point for third: 1st 2nd 3rd Tot Beth Daniel 28 17 7 199 Jennifer Capriati 21 19 22 184 Steffi Graf 17 13 18 142 Monica Seles 7 22 9 110 Betsy King 10 12 11 97 Jill Trenary 4 7 9 50 Lynn Jennings 7 1 6 44 Martina Navratilova 6 3 4 43 Gabriela Sabatini 6 2 6 42 Pat Bradley 0 9 5 32 Mariene Ottey 1 4 3 20 Others receiving first-place votes: Andrea Stinson 2, Jennifer Azzi 1, Erin Baker 1, Suzy Favor 1. FORMER WINNERS 1989 Steffi Graf, tennis 1968 Florence Gnfffth Joyner, track & field 1987 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, track & field 1986 Martina Navratilova, tennis 1985 Nancy Lopez, golf 1984 Mary Lou Retton, gymnastics 1983 Martina Navratilova, tennis 1982 Mary Decker Tabb, track 1981 Tracy Austin, tennis-x 1980 Chns Evert Lloyd, tennis 1979 Tracy Austin, tennis 1978 Nancy Lopez, golf 1977 Chns Evert, tennis 1976 Nadia Comaneci, gymnastics 1975 Chns Evert, tennis 1974 Chns Evert, tennis 1973 Billie Jean King, tennis 1972 Olga Korbut, gymnastics 1971 Evonns Goolagong, tennis 1970 Chi Cheng, track 1969 Debbie Meyer, swimming 1968 Peggy Fleming, figure skating 1967 Billie Jean King, tennis 1968 Kathy Whitworth, golf 1965 Kathy Whitworth, golf 1964 Mickey Wright, gofl 1963 Mickey Wnght, golf 1962 Dawn Fraser, swimming 1961 Wilma Rudolph, track 1960 Wilma Rudolph, track 1959 Maria Bueno, tennis 1958 Althea Gibson, tennis 1957 Althes Gibson, tennis 1956 Pat McCormick, diving 1955 Patty Berg, golf 1954 Babe Didnkson Zaharias, golf 1953 Maureen Connolly, tennis 1952 Maureen Connolly, tennis 1951 Maureen Connolly, tennis 1950 Babe Didnkson Zaharias, golf 1949 Mariene Bauer, golf 1948 Fanny Blankers-Koen, track 1947 Babe Didnkson Zaharias, golf 1946 Babe Didnkson Zaharias, golf 1945 Babe Didnkson Zaharias, golf 1944 Ann Curtis, swimming 1943 Patty Berg, golf 1942 Gloria Callen, swimming 1941 Betty Hicks Newell, golf 1940 Alice Marble, tennis 1939 Alice Marble, tennis 1938 Patty Berg, golf 1937 Katherine Rawls, swimming 1936 Helen Stephens, track-x 1935 Helen Wills Moody, tennis 1934 Virginia Van Wie. golf 1933 Helen Jacobs, tennis 1932 Babe Didnkson, track 1931 Helena Madison, swimming TANK McNAMARA by 7 uUlIfTkI T -Trtl O &&ntencx Mere. M& isyp me. ou9V UJHICM PERRICK VOL) ARE ,PH?RICK. 1 PW T KNOW AMYlHIMOACCOn .1 ,., ,,.tj AUSTRALIAN OPEN At Melbourne (Seeded players m parentheses) MEN First round Wally Masur d. Sandon Stolle 01, 02, 02; Jean-Philippe Fleunan d. Renzo Furtan 01, 64, 60; Jaime Yzaga d. Daniel Vacek 04, 6-4, 02; Grant Connell d. Nidas Kroon 01, 6-4, 02; Jaime Oncins d. John Arbanas 64. 64, 74; Guy Forget (10) d. Horst Skoff 74 (7-5), 02. 04. Mark Koevermans d. David Pate 04, 02, 34, 24, 60; Chnstian Saceanu d. Jeff Tarango 24, 03, 6-2. 34, 74; Nuno Marques d. Joso Cunha-Srfva 44, 6-4. 14, 03. 04: Stefan Edberg (1) d Cwrtn Poliakov 01. 74 (64), 02: Richard Fromberg d Peter Doohan 04, 74 (7-5). 74; Mats Wilender d. Heath Den-man 74 (74), $4. 04; Mark Wocdforde d. Emilkj Angel Sanchez (6) 06. 7-5. 74 (7-5), 02: Michael Sttch d. Mahvai Washington 4-6, 07, 74 (74), 01, 6-4; Goran Prpic d. Jim Pugh 03, 02. 34. 02; Ramesh Knshnan d. Eric Jelen 74 (64) retired injured; Michiel Schapers d. Martin Sinner 64. 02, 24, 02; Eduardo Masso d. Brad Pearce 07 (4-7), O 1, 07 (64). 64, 84; Jason Stoltenbberg d. Jakob Hlasek (11) 04. 04, 7-5, 04; Magnus Gustafsson d. Jamie Morgan 01, 6-0, 03; Ivan Lendl (3) d. Tank Bennabiles 01, 01, 6-3; Goran Ivanisevic (5) d. Sergi Bru- guera 6-4, 04, Ol, 04; Gilad Bloom d. lego Perez 7-6, 02, 03; Jan Siemerink d. Jose Francisco Altur 03, 03, 64; Jim Courier (16) d. Jan Gunnarsson 03. 04, O 2; Pat Cash d. Karel Novacek 02, 04, 01; Bart Wuyts d. Lars Jonsson 07, 5-7, 04, 7-6 (7-3), 07; Chnsto Van Rensburg d. Mark Kratzmann 64, Ol, 7-5; Luiz Mattar d. Nicklas Kulti 04. 7-5, 07 (3-7), 03; Jimmy Anas d. Andrei Chesnokov (9) 64. 03, 44, 24, 6-4; Scott Davis d. Alex Antonitsch 34, 02, 04, 64; Cari-Uwe Steeb d. Claudio Pistolesi 02, 02, 64; Brad Gilbert (7) d. David Wheaton 04, 44. 03, 74 (74). WOMEN First round Pstra Kamstra d. Robin White 04, 02; Manuela Maleeva-Fragniere (7) d. Joanne Faull 02, 64; Anke Huber d. Julie Richardson 6-4, 01; Patricia Tarabinl d. Maria Strandlund 04, 60; Julie Halard d. Demsa Szabova 02, 03; Sabina Appel-mans (16) d. Mercedes Paz 00, 01: Naoko Sawamatsu d. Elise Burgin 04, 64; Pam Shnver d. Noelle Van Lottum 03, 01; Donna Faber d. Erika De Lone 07, 03, 02; Arantza Sanchez Vicario (6) d. Natalia Med-vedeva 60, 02; Jana Novotna (10) d. Anne Minter 74 (9-7), 02; Magdalena Maleeva d. Michelle Jaggard 6-4, 07, 6-4; Barbara Rittner d. Sarah Loosemore 44, 64, 01; Claudine Toleafoa d. Stephana Rottier 7-5. 00; Wiltrud Probst d. Ann Henricksson 44, 74 (84), 04; Claudia Porwik d. Marketa Kochta 74 (84). 03; Patricia Hy d. Beverly Bowes 04, 03; Natalia Zvereva (11) 0. Ginger Helgeson 64, 04; Eva Pfaff d. Louise Field 74 (84), 34, 03; Mary Joe Fernendez (3) d. Sara Gomer 01, 00; Isabel Cueto d. Petra Ritter 04, 24, 74; Helena Sukova (9) d. Belinda Cordwell 02, Ol ; Csilla Bartos d. Natalie Guerree 64, O 2; Rosalyn Fairbank-Nideffer (14) d. Gigi Fernandez 64. 02; Clare Wood d. Sandy Collins 34, 74 (7-4), 64; Tami Whitlinger d. Raffaella Reggi 07 (3-7), 02, 02; Cathy Caverzasio d. Silke Meier 03, 34, 03; Francesca Romano d. Maja Zivec-Skulj 7-5, 02; Catherine Tanvier d. Renata Baranski O 4, Ol ; Kann Kschewendt d. Petra Langrova 24, 03, 6-2; flegina Rajchrtova d. Louise Stacsy 44, 7-5, 84; Monica Seles (2) d. Sabine Hack 00, 64. '-r 'l BASKETBALL EVANSVILLE Bernard Parks, a 6-foot-7 sophomore forward who played at Tulane, has enrolled. He will be eligible m Decem- WILLIAM 1 MARY - Head coach Chuck Swenson (2949 in his fourth season) signed a three-year contract extension. NORTHERN ARIZONA Forward Archie Tolliver (11 ppg, 7.6 rpg) has been suspended for the season because of a fight with a teammate. FOOTBALL AUBURN Wide receiver Shayne Was-den (39 receptions in three years) has decided to pass up his final season in part because of back problems. LONG BEACH STATE Named Willie Brown, NFL Hall of Fame defensive back and defensive backs coach, head coach. TULANE Named Everett Withers, defensive coordinator at Austin Peay, outside linebackers coach and Craig Stump tight ends coach. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Named Joe Collier, who did not coach the past two years after serving seven seasons as Denver's assistant head coach for defense, defensive coordinator. NAIA DIVISION II ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR ATHLETES Brad Baxter of Campbellsville College and Mike Jeflers, Bryan McKenzie and Craig Mullins all of Georgetown College have been selected by the NAIA Division II All-Amenca Scholar Athlete Committee. BASEBALL BALTIMORE ORIOLES Traded Mulder Rene Gonzales to Toronto for pitcher Rob Blumberg. CLEVELAND INDIANS Catcher Joel Skinner signed a three-year. $2 million contract. He made $280,000 last year. DETROIT TIGERS Pitcher John Cer-utti agreed to a one-year contract; designated pitcher Dave Richards for assignment. NEW YORK YANKEES Agreed to terms with third baseman Mike Blowers. NEW YORK METS Infielder Gregg Jeffenes (.283, 66 RBis) agreed to play for $425,000 he made $200,000 last year; intielder-outfielder Keith Miller agreed to $260,000, up from $137,500. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Agreed to terms with pitcher Steve Ontiveros. SAN 0IEGO PADRES Catchers Dsnn Bilardelk) and Brian Dorsett signed minor-league contracts. HIGH SCHOOL OPEN DATES PLEASURE RIDGE PARK Needs a boys' basketball game Jan. 25, Jan. 26, Feb. 9 or Feb. 16. College basketball TONIGHTS GAMES (Horns team hi CAPS) Kentucky 8 MISSISSIPPI SYRACUSE 6)4 Connecticut Richmond 6V NAVY ST. JOSEPH'S 14 Pennsylvania Butler 4 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 4)4 Tennessee AMERICAN 3)4 William & Mary MIAMI, Ohio 5 Ball State SOUTH CAROLINA 12)4 Virginia Tech Temple 6 DUOUESNE CENTRAL MICH. ... 1Vi ...Eastern Michigan WESTERN MICH, even Kent State KANSAS 19V4 Miami, Fla. AUBURN 5)4 Vanderbilt OHIO U 3V4 Toledo MISSISSIPPI ST 2 Georgia BAYLOR 9 Southern Methodist RICE 7 Texas Tech NORTH CAROLINA 15)4 NC State UCLA 12)4 Stanford NFL SUNDAY'S GAMES BUFFALO 6)4 LA. Raiders SAN FRANCISCO.. 8 N.Y. Giants Odds by Jim Feist Sports, Las Vegas jeff millar and bill hinds rJCPlACArJ 1UAT w-vv . ' i 7 fJs' I. ' I T ... I ; . sl. wj; J rr ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee's Ricky Pierce weaved his way through Chicago's Bill Cartwright, left, Dennis Hopson and Horace Grant, with glasses, during Monday's game In Chicago. Pierce had 26 points, but the Bulls won 110-97. NATIONAL. BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB Last 10 Streak Boston 29 6 .829 8-2 Lost 1 Philadelphia 22 14 .611 7 44 Won 2 x-Washington 15 18 .455 13 74 Won 2 New York 15 19 .441 13V4 44 Lost 1 x-New Jersey 10 24 .294 18 0-10 Lost 10 x-Miami 9 26 .257 20 3-7 Lost 2 Central Division Chicago 26 10 .722 9-1 Won 6 Detroit 26 11 .703 V, 104 Won 10 Milwaukee 25 12 .676 1'4 6-4 Lost 4 X-Atlanta 20 15 .571 5V4 6-2 Won 1 x-lndiana 14 21 .400 11V4 5-5 Won 2 x-Charlotte 11 22 .333 13V4 3-7 Lost 1 Cleveland 11 25 .306 15 0-10 Lost 11 WESTERN Midwest W L Pet GB Last 10 Streak Horns A way Conf 24 8 .750 74 Won 2 12-2 124 17-4 24 12 .667 2 7-3 Lost 1 15-3 9-9 174 19 17 .528 7 44 Lost 3 12-5 7-12 11-11 12 22 .353 13 3-7 Lost 3 7-9 5-13 8-17 11 22 .333 13)4 44 Won 2 7-9 4-13 8-15 10 28 .278 16 44 Won 1 8-9 2-17 8-20 . 7 28 .200 18 24 Won 1 5-11 2-17 4-19 Pacific Division 31 7 .816 6-4 Won 1 17-2 144 194 23 11 .676 6 8-2 Won 4 13-4 10-7 174 22 11 .667 6Vi 6-2 Won 3 14-4 8-7 164 18 16 .529 11 44 Lost 1 12-4 6-12 13-10 15 18 .455 13V4 5-5 Lost 2 104 5-12 7-12 13 24 .351 17)4 24 Won 1 10-7 3-17 10-11 . 8 25 .242 20!'! 24 Won 1 7-9 1-16 6-17 Dallas ... x-Minnesoti x-Ortando x-Golden State Sacramento .. x-Last night's game not included. MONDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta 96, New York 82; Chicago 110, Milwaukee 97; Detroit 89, Dallas 81; LA Clippers 130, Houston 126, OT. LAST NIGHTS GAMES Atlanta at Indiana Golden State at New Jersey Orlando at Miami Portland at Minnesota Washington at Phoenix San Antonio at Utah Denver at Seattle Charlotte at LA Lakers TONIGHTS GAMES Golden State at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Miami at Cleveland, 7:30 p m. Minnesota at New York. 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Orlando, 7:30 p.m. Indiana at Milwaukee, 8.30 p.m. Dallas at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Charlotte at Denver, 9:30 p.m. Washington at LA Clippers, 10:30 p.m. Late Monday At Los Angeles HOUSTON (126) Johnson 6-15 44 16, Thorpe 7-16 3-4 17, L.Smith 2-4 0-0 4, Maxwell 13-23 64 34. K.Smith 4-15 44 12, Feitl 14 04 2, Floyd 9-18 14 21, Wood 6-10 2-3 17, Caldwell 0-3 0-2 0, Winchester 1-3 04 3. Totals 49-113 20-30 126. LOS ANGELES CUPPERS (130) Norman 13-22 5-7 31, Smith 8-16 6-7 22, Beniamin 5-12 4-7 14, Grant 5-10 3-4 13, Martin 6-14 44 16, Garland 2-5 64 10, Manning 8-17 44 20, Kimble 2-3 04 4, Bannister 04 04 0. Totals 49-99 32-42 130. Houston Rockets 25 34 29 24 14126 LA Clippers .... 30 28 31 23 18130 3-point goals Houston 8-16 (Wood 3-5, Maxwell 2-4, Floyd 2-5, Winchester 1-1, K.Smith 0-1), Los Angeles 0-1 (Martin 0-1)., Rebounds Houston 63 (Thorpe 11), Los Angeles 71 (Beniamin 19). Assists Houston 24 (K Smith 6), Los Angeles 33 (Grant 16). A 11,636. At Chicago MILWAUKEE (97) Roberts 7-8 1-1 15, Bnckowski 5-10 0-0 10, Sikma 24 04 4, Robertson 6-11 04 12. Humphries 0-8 2-2 2, Schayes 8-12 4-4 20. Pierce 10-16 64 26, Lohaus 0-1 04 0. Grayer 14 2-2 4, Henson 2-5 04 4, Kornet 0-2 04 0. Totals 4142 15-17 97. CHICAGO (110) Pippen 9-17 5-7 23, Grant 54 3-5 13. Cartwright 3-9 2-4 8, Paxson 7-9 04 14. Jordan 13-27 7-7 34, Hopson 04 04 0, King 141-2 3. Armstrong 44 04 8, Levtngston 0-1 2-2 2, Hodges 24 0-0 5. Totals 4441 20-27 110. Milwaukee Bucks ...22 27 23 25 97 Chicago Bulls 26 23 31 30110 3-point goals Milwaukee 04 (Roberts 0-1, Sikma 0-1, Humphnes 0-1, Schayes 0-1, Pierce 0-1, Grayer 0-1, Kornet 0-2), Chicago 2-7 (Hodges 1-2, Jordan 1-3, Pippen 0-1, Paxson 0-1). Rebounds Milwaukee 40 (Sikma 8), Chicago 47 (Grant 12). Assists Milwaukee 28 (Robertson 7), Chicago 26 (Jordan 9). A 18,676. At Dallas DETROIT (89) Rodman 3-5 2-4 8, Edwards 4-13 3-3 11, Laimbeer 3-10 2-4 8, Dumars 8-17 1-2 17, Thomas 4-10 6-7 15, Aguirre 3-14 1-1 7, Johnson 8-16 3-3 19, Salley 1-1 2-2 4, Bedford 0-1 04 0. Totals 344 7 20-26 89. DALLAS (81) McCray 3-14 1-2 7, English 1-7 34 5, Donaldson 6-13 2-3 14, Harper 9-18 2-2 21, Blackman 9-20 1-2 19, White 5-14 3-4 13, Davis 1-2 0-0 2, Shasky 0-1 04 0. Totals 34-89 12-19 81. Detroit Pistons 24 14 30 2189 Dallas Mavericks 21 14 27 1881 3-point goals Detroit 14 (Thomas 1-2, ?! Yvnte -VCXA YOfJR MO, W.SfirlEf? y 3 IM AM ... AM APb ISW-Sji! IT 3 I , i-r-T I TTTZSA. y m f&ms u mmx m Aiiut v i va ov 'a 1 , & r' "J I v - rs if y...... at. :w ..-' .a.-:-. Home Away Conf 19-1 104 194 14-4 8-10 17-7 104 5-13 9-12 8-11 7-8 9-13 8-11 2-13 5-16 6- 11 3-15 4-16 174 9-7 164 16-1 10-10 18-5 18-1 7-11 16-11 134 7-9 10-14 124 2-16 9-13 8-11 3-11 7-15 7- 11 4-14 8-15 CONFERENCE Division Edwards 0-1, Johnson 0-1, Aguirre 0-2, Laimbeer 0-2), Dallas 1-10 (Harper 1-4, McCray 0-1, White 0-2. Blackman 0-3). ReboundsDetroit 58 (Rodman 15), Dallas 63 (White 14). Assists Detroit 17 (Thomas 8), Dallas 13 (Harper 5). A 17,007. Al Atlanta NEW YORK (82) Oakley 1-11 04 2, Vandeweghe 4-12 54 13. Ewing 6-14 54 17, Cheeks 34 2-3 8, G Wilkins 11-20 2-2 24. Jackson 3-7 04 6, Mustaf 0-4 1-2 1, Ouinnett 0-2 04 0, Starks 4-111-2 9, Walker 04 2-2 2 Totals 32-89 18-23 62. ATLANTA (96) D.Wilkins 7-20 12-14 26. Willis 8-14 1-1 17, Koncak 2-5 04 4, Rivers 3-14 1-2 8. Robinson 44 04 8, Battle 6-14 0-0 12, Malone 3-5 10-10 16, Moncnef 2-6 1-2 5, Ferrell 0-1 04 0. Totals 35-87 25- New York Kntcks 16 19 29 18-42 Atlanta Hawks 19 23 22 3296 3-point goals New York 0-9 (Starks 0-4, Vandeweghe 0-3, Cheeks 0-1, Ouinnett 0-1), Atlanta 1-7 (Rivers 14, D.Wilkins 0-2, Moncnef 0-2). Rebounds New York 55 (Oakley, Ewing 12), Atlanta 63 (D.Wilkins 16). AssistsNew York 22 (Cheeks 8), Atlanta 20 (Battle, Moncnef 4). A 12,612. Eclipse Award finalists Horse of the Year Criminal Type; Go for Wand; Unbndled. 2-year-old Colt Best Pal; Eastern Echo; Fly So Free. 2- year-old Filly Cuddles; Meadow Star; Private Treasure. 3- year-old Colt Housebuster; Summer Squall; Unbndled. 3-yesr-old Filly Charon; Go tor Wand; Valay Maid. Older Male Criminal Type; Dispersal; Sunday Silence. Older Filly-Mars Bayakoa; Colonial Waters; Gorgeous. Turf Male In The Wings; RsallgreeK-tome; With Approval. Turf Filly-Male Laugh and Bs Merry; Petite He; Plenty of Grace. Sprinter Dayjur; Housebuster; Safely Kept. Steeplechase Money Street Summer Colony; Victonan Hill. Breeder Calumet Farm; John Mabee; Tartan Farm. Owner John Franks; Frances Genter; Kighaven Farm. Jockey Pat Day; Craig Perret; Gary Stevens. Apprentice Jockey Vann Behroir; Mark Johnston; Paul Toscano. Trainer D. Wayne Lukas; Ron McAnaJ-ly; Carl Nafzger. NFL playoffs CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Sunday Los Angeles Raiders at Buffalo, 12:30 p.m. New York Giants at San Francisco, 4 p.m. SUPER BOWL Sunday, Jan. 27 At Tsmpa, Fla, 6.18 p.m.

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