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Ttw F*rlt N««ra. Swi.. March 6, IMS ETC Paris Junior Relays Her* ar« the remits of Saturday's Paris Junior Relays, held Saturday at Paris High school and hosted by Travis Middle School and Crockett Middle School: PARIS JUNIOR BELAYS TCAM STANDINGS GIRLS I.Terrell 155'/i 2. North Lamar <n>fi 3. Ml. Pleasant 83 4. s. Springs 73 5. Pans Travis « t. Chisum.., 36 7. Paris Crockett » I. Commerce 22 Tth-ORAOE •OYS 1. Travis 125'A 2. Mt. Pleasant mvd J. Terrell 99 4. Paris Crockett ft 5. s. Springs 47Vb ». Clarksvine 42 7. Chisum 3 nn-GRAoe BOYS l.Mt. Pleasant IM 1. S. Springs 115 3. Clarksville 72 4. Paris Crockett 61 f. Paris Travis. SS 6. North Lamar :....:..: : ::::...34 7. Chisum 12 I.Terrell 0 Paris Junior Relays Final Results OIRLS Triple Jump 1. Madden, Terrell (30-2); 2. Fleming, Mt. Pleasant (2«-9'/i); 3. Wilder, Mt. Pleasant (29 4). Lone Jump 1. McDonald, North Lamar <15-9'/i> ; 2. Madden, Terrell (U-11V4); 3. James, Crockett O4-VU). PIKus 1. Sims, Sulphur Springs (H»-3'/j); 2. Malone, Terrell W-1V4); 3. Johnson, Mt. Pleasant (67-9). Shot Put 1. Sims, Sulphur Springs (30-4); 2. Hollowly, Terrell (21-4); 3. Lane. Travis (268). Hlfh Jump 1. Massey. Terrell (4-4); 2. (tie) Allen, North Lamar and Marascola, Terrell (4-2). 2.4M meters 1. Burnes, Terrell (10:53); 2. Presley, Terrell (11:17); Miller, commerce (11:11). 1,«M-met*r relay 1. Mt. Pleasant (Elliott, Owens, Helnela, Wilder), 4:51.13; 2. Terrell; 3. Commerce. 1.MO meters 1. Scott, Sulphur Springs (6:38.53); 2. Wheeler, North Lamar (6:38.vl); 3. Doss, Sulphur springs <«:41.<M). Mt meters 1. Black, Chlsum (28.59); 2. Allen, North Lamar (29.1V); 3. Dlllard, Chisum (29.8*6). *M meters 1. Massey, Terrell (1:11.85); 2. Hinke, Mt. Pleasant (1:12.56); 3. Sherrer, North Lamar <1:13.3». Kfrmeter relay 1. Travis (Black, Harris, Sims. HUD, 1:53.17; 2. Mt. Pleasant; 3. North Lamar. IN meters 1. James, Crockett (13.33); 2. Madden, Terrell (13.44); Black, Chisum (13.53). IW-meter hurdles 1. Sanders. Terrell (19.56); 2. Easter, Travis (19.M); 3. Robins, Crockett (20.51). Nt meters 1. Scon, Sulphur Springs (2:49.83); 2. Wheeler, North Lamar (2:51.27); 3. Doss, Sulphur Springs (2:51.7)). 4A|-meter relay 1. Travis (Black, Harris, Sims, Hill), S3.26; 2. Terrell; 3. Mt. Pleasant. Final Results Ttfl-ORAOe BOYS J,J«o meters 1. Black, Travis (13:15); 2. underwood,. Terrell (13:49.13); 3. Acker, Clarksville (13:49.48). 400-meter relay 1. Mt. Pleasant (Miller, Howard, Casey, Rogers), 50.83; 2. Travis (50.93); 3. Sulphur Springs. •00meters 1. Dunavant, Mt. Pleasant (2:27.50),- 2. T. Sims, Travis (2:26.13); 3. Hammons, Mt. Pleasant (2:37.35). 110-meter hurdles 1. Lewis, Sulphur Springs (19.78); 2. Morales, Terrell (19.89); 3. Phillies, Clarksville (20.75). 100 meters 1. Harmon, Crockett (12.31); 2. D. Sims, Travis (12.45); 3. Howard, Ml. Pleasant (12.81). 400 meters 1.. Daniels, Terrell (59.21); 2. Harmon, Crockett (59.56); 3. 8arr, Travis (1:01.53). MO-meter hurdles 1. Morales, Terrell (50.77); 2. Macon, Terrell (52.34); 3. Reynolds, Mt. Pleasant (53.53). MO meters 1. Rogers, Mt. Pleasant (26.43); 2. Lester, Travis (26.49); 3. E. Sims, Travis (27.00) 1,600 meters 1. Zulch, Mt. Pleasant (5:48.58); 2. Black, Travis (5:54.70); 3. Marshall, Mt. Pleasant (5:56.66). 1,600-meter relay 1. Travis IT. Sims, B. Sims, D. Sims, Lester), 4:10.48; 2. Mt. Pleasant; 3. Terrell. High Jump 1. Barr, Travis (4-11); 2. Harmon, Crockett (4-10); 3. Bell, Sulphur Springs (4-10). Discus 1. Grlssom, Mt. Pleasant (105-0); 2. Gill, Travis (94-0); 3. Williams, Mt. Pleasant (92-'/i). Shot Put 1. Bassett, Terrell (369V}): 2. Wallace, Clarksville (34-]lVi); 3. B: Sims, Travis (33-7). Long Jump 1. Pomethet, Terrell (17-3); 2. Harmon, Crockett (17.1'A); 3. Brown, Terrell (16-7V 2 ). Final Results Sth-GRAOC BOYS MO meters 1. Wright, Sulphur Springs (23.88); 2. McGill, Mt. Pleasant (23.90); 3. Porter, Chisum (25.94). 400-meter relay 1. Mt. Pleasant (Page, Everett, McGill, Mandlgo), 47.29); 2. Sulphur Springs; 3. Travis. too meters 1. Harper, Mt. Pleasant (2:12.34); 1. Weakley, Mt. Pleasant (2:17.31); 3. Jackson, ClarksviMe (2-.21.84). 110-meter hurdles 1. Mackay. Mt. Pleasant (17.86); 2. Wade, Sulphur Springs (18.85); 3. Cleveland, Sulphur Springs (19.47). 100 meters 1. Wright, Sulphur Springs (11.40); 2. Everett, Mt. Pleasant (11.75); 3. Mandigo, Mt. Plea sant (12.31). 400 meters 1. Harper, Mt. Pleasant (54.71); 2. Hill, Travis (55.15); 3. Weakley, Mt. Pleasant (57.53). 300-metir Hurdles I. Mackay, Mt. Pleasant (44.75); 2. Hill, Travis (45.30); 3. Wade, Sulphur Springs (47.81). 1,MO meters 1. Clarke, Crockett (5:19.00); 2. Green, Mt. Pleasant (5:25.06); 3. Weakley, Mt. Pleasant (5:32.35). 1,600-miter relay 1. Mt. Pleasant (McGill, Everett, Page, Harper), 3:54.95; 2. Crockett; 3. Travis. 3,200 meters 1. Green, Mt. Pleasant (11.48); 2. Bell, Clarksville (11.51); 3. Gooding, Clarksville (12.02). Shot Put 1. Thurman, Sulphur springs (44 10).- 1. Counts, Crockett (42-9); 3. Hernandez, Mt. Pleasant (41-0). Pole vault 1. Vaughn, Sulphur Springs (86); 2. Sroghan, North Lamar (7-0); 3. Bease, North Lamar (7-0). High Jump 1. Baty. Clarksville (5-5); 2. Hill, Travis (5-4); 3. (tie) Berry, North Lamar and Rosemond, Sulphur Springs (5-2) Discus 1. Stephens, Crockett (119-0); 2. Jackson, Clarksville (lie-'/i); 3. McCarver, Mt. Pleasant (116-11). Long Jump 1. Baty, Clarksville (18-10); 2. Wright. Sulphur Springs (18-7Vi); 3. Hicks, Sulphur Springs (I7-7W. RRV Baseball Here are this week's upcoming baseball games in the Red River Valley. Today's Games Western Oklahoma at PJC (DH), 1 p.m. Monday, March 7 Western Oklahoma at PJC (DH), 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 8 Cooper at Prairiland, 4 p.m. North Lamar at Sulphur Springs, 6 p.m. Paris at Denison, 6 p.m. Thursday, March 10 North Lamar vs. Sherman in Sherman Tournament Friday, March 11 Paris at Prairiland, 4 p.m. North Lamar in Sherman Tournament Saturday, March 12 Connors State vs. PJC (DH), 1 p.m. North Lamar in Sherman Tournament Tuesday, March 15 Hugo at North Lamar, 4 p.m. March 17-19 Paris, North Lamar and Prairiland in Paris Tournament College Basketball •y The Associate* Press IAST .. Allegheny «3, Cabrlnl M Boston U. If, Northeastern U Brown 104, Harvard 101, OT Colby 71, Norwlcn 47 E. Connecticut 7i, Babson 64 Georgetown 102, Seton Hall W, JOT Lowell 17, New Haven 74 New HampUiIre 12. Vermont 77 Penn 13, Columbia it Princeton 79, Cornell SI Scranton 41, Franklin «. Marshall 47 Siena II, Colgate It SOUTH . Auburn n, LSU M Centenary 7f, Houston Baptist 6V Clemton 97. Georgia Tech 94, JOT Florida 52, Alabama «! Florida St. 17, s. Mississippi 13 Maryland «9, Virginia 43 Memphis St. 113, Virginia Tech 104 Miami, Fla. 100, Cent. Florida to Mo. Kansas City 7T, Fla. International 76 South Carolina 71, Cincinnati 76, OT MIDWEST Akron 79, W. Michigan 74 Bowling Green 77, Ball St. M DePaul 77, Louisville 51 Indiana is, Ohio St. 77 Iowa St. 91, Colorado 42 Kansas St. n. Missouri 12 Lewis 43. Ashland 41 Miami, Ohio 71, Kent si. 67 Notre Dame 73, Marguette SO Purdue M, Michigan 47 SOUTHWEST .. Baylor 14, Teias 40 Oklahoma 113, Nebraska 93 Southern Metn. 13. Chicago St. 64 FAK WEST Fullerton St. 93, Long Beach St. 70 Montana M. E. Washington 65, OT Oregon 62, Oregon St. 61 Stanford 73, Southern Cal 65 Texas El Paso 13, Brlgham Young 10, JOT TOURNAMENTS. American Soutn Conference .. Semifinals. Louisiana Tech 63, Arkansas St. 61 Atlantic 10 Conference . First Round Oufluesne II, Massachusetts 75 Rutgers 7», George Washington 71 Celaiilal Athletic Association .. First Round George Mason 61. James Madison 57 Richmond 47, East Carolina 41 William & Mary 76, American U. 75 ECAC Dlv. Ill Upstate N.Y. Regional . First Round Hamilton 14, utica 80 ECAC Division III Metro Tournament . First Round FOU Madison 76, Lehman 72 ECAC Dlvlson 3 Tournament .. First Round Amherst II, W. Connecticut 67 •iatt Coast .Ctntormce... First Round Latayette 14, Hofstra 54 Lehlgh 13, Bucknell 79 Rider M, Delaware 12 Towson St. 74, Drexel 67 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Semifinals. Fordham 53. St. Peter's 52 La Salle m. Holy Cross 64 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Championship .. N. Carolina AJ.T 101, Florida A&M tt Missouri Valley Conlerence First Round Bradley 93, Indiana St. 74 Illinois St. 72, Drake 60 Wichita St. 74, Tulsa M NAIA District 19. First Round Allentown 87, Alvernia 77 Berea 107, Alice Lloyd 97 Cumberland, Ky. 91. Union, Ky. 58 Call, of Charleston 70, Erskino 62 NCAA Dl«. Ill Oreat Lakes Regional . Third Place Ohio Northern 69, Musklngum 43 NCAA Div. Ill Northeast Region Third Place S. Maine 84, N. Adams St. 60 NCAA Oiv. Ill South Atlantic Regional. Third Place Stockton St. 72, Bridgewater.Va. 70 WIs.-Whitewater 103, Monmouth, III. 9} NCAA Dlv. Ill West Regional . Third Place St. John's, Minn. 93, Claremont Mudd 75 NCAA East Regional Tournament Third Place Buffalo St. 82. Cortland St. 68 Northeast-10 Conference. Third Place Bentley 112, St. Anselm 102 Southern conference .. Semifinals. Tn.-Chattanooga 71, Marshall 70 VMI 79, E. Tennessee St. 60 Sun Belt Conference .. First Round N.C. Charlotte 73, Jacksonville 72 South Alabama 78, Ala.-Birmingham 73 Va. Commonwealth 82, South Florida oO w.va. conference Tournament . Third Place Charleston. W.Va. 122, Shepherd 116, OT West Coast Athletic Conference. First Round Loyola, Calif. 110, Portland 104 St. Mary's, Cal. 68, San Diego 46 National Basketball Association *¥ The Associated Press. All Time* EST . EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division. W L Pff Boston Washington New York Philadelphia New Jersey Detroit Atlanta Milwaukee Chicago Indiana Cleveland Dallas Denver Houston Utah San Antonio Sacramento x-L.A. Laker Portland Seattle Phoenix Golden state 40 25 24 23 15 Central Division . 37 35 31 32 29 28 19 32 33 34 42 19 22 24 25 28 nn WESTERN CONFERENCE . Midwest Division. W. 40 35 33 30 22 17 Pacific Division . S 46 35 30 17 14 L. 17 21 23 26 32 40 1Q 21 28 40 4} .678 .421 .404 .263 .661 .&U .564 .561 .509 .483 Pet.. .702 .625 .589 .536 .407 .298 .821 .625 .517 .298 .355 . Oft 14 15 16 24 _ -, e,' S'-'j 10 GB 4 1 '? 6 1 '? 9' 'i 23 __ 11 17 29 v 3 31 "a L.A. Clippers 12 43 .218 33 Va x clinched playoff berth Friday's Games . Boston 121, Los Angeles Clippers 90 New York 110, Philadelphia 108, OT Washington 95, Indiana 88 Dallas 118, Houston 110 Sacramento 134, San Antonio 132 Denver 116, Phoenix 108 Los Ano«H*-s Lakers 120, Golden State 107 Utah 12$, Seattle 110 Late Games Not Include Saturday Games. New Jersey 94. New York 85 Washington 101, Detroit 97 Milwaukee 104, Atlanta 101 Los Angeles Clippers at Chicago, (n) Sacramento at Houston, (n) San Antonio at Utah, (n) Golden State at Portland, (n) Denver at Seattle, (n) Sunday's Games. Cleveland at Boston, Noon Los Angeles Lakers at Dallas, 2 p.m. Philadelphia at Indiana, 2:30 p.m Milwaukee at Detroit, 7 p.m. Monday's Games Chicago at New York, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles Lakers at Philadelphia, 7 New Jersey at Utah, 9:30 p.m. Denver at Sacramento, 10:30 p.m. d :30 p.m. Doral Open MIAMI (API — Scores Saturday after me mini Dick Mast rovrttf «f the It million Doral Open toff fovrnament Craig Stadler (tared an me i.Mryard, par 72 Blue Course at Doral Bill Sander CMMry Clo»: Gil Morgan •offer Wadklns 67 67 70—»4 Tom Kite Chip Beck 68-68 70—206 Dave Barr Mar* McCumfter 71-68-68—207 Paul Azinger Sandy Lyle 70-71 67—JOB Bill Kratzert Rarmond Fiord 69 71-M—208 Tommy NaKsjima.. •en Cremnaw 706969—208 Wayne Grady Sruce Lletlke 69 71 61—20« Mark Lye Jack Nicklaus 686971-208 RussCochran Joey Sindelar 71 c»69—209 Gene Sauers EdFiori 697169—209 Fred couples Larry Nelson 68-71 70—209 Ken Green ScottHoch 727068—J10 Morris Hatalsky . Jeff Sluman 71 7069—210 Steve Elkington. Wfm MahMfey 6972 69—210 Lennte Clements Robert Wrerm 70-6872—210 Mike Reid 7471 66—211 71 7367-211 736771—211 694973- 211 687073—711 73 71-68—212 71 7269-213 707369-212 69 74 69 212 70 71-71—7)3 727369-213 72 7368-713 727269-273 777269 213 7271 70—313 737070 213 7071 72 213 726972-213 71 707?- 713 RRV stars to shine at PJC again Before your mind turns high school basketball completely off, there's still one game left on the schedule — the Paris Junior College girls All-Star Classic. The best high school girls _. . ^^^ nr . n basketball players TIM COOPER in the Red River Valley will show off their skills Thursday, March 24 at the PJC gym. Last year's game featured 10 Larnar County girls against the best of the surrounding area. This year's game has been reconstructed somewhat. While each Lamar County school — Paris, North Lamar, Prairiland, Chisum and Roxton — was able to provided two outstanding all- stars a year ago, the same can not be said this year. Four of the schools can do the same, but Roxton had no seniors on its roster this season. So faced with either cutting each all-star team to just eight members apiece or allowing one team to have two-girl advantage, PJC coach Don Wilhelm decided to try a different approach. This year's game will feature the best seniors from District 17-AA against the best of the surrounding area's rest. The Classic, Wilhelm's brainchild, will have the same format as a year ago. The teams will meet and practice an hour a day for the three days prior to the Classic. The game itself will eliminate zone defenses, use the 30-second clock and the ever-popular three- point line. All of the all-stars will receive equal play for the first 30 minutes. The respective coaches will use whoever they want in the final 10 minutes. Also at halftime, the girls will compete in a three-point shoot-out. "It was an excellent game," said Wilhelm of last year's Classic. "We were hoping for a larger crowd, but for the first time, it worked out well... The key in this game is that for a lot of these local players, it will be the only all-star game they'll ever play in. It's a fitting way to end four years of hard work." Last year's game had a talented field, including Red River Valley Player of the Year Dani Battle of Chisum, this year's Texas Eastern Conference Freshman of the Year Paula Johnson of Paul Pewitt and current PJC players Laura Robinson of Mount Vernon and Jamie Malone of Wolfe City. The rosters for this year's teams have not been completed as of yet, but invitations will be mailed by Tuesday. Yours truly will be trying to improve my coaching record to 2-0 while Paris News Sports Editor Bill Haisten will be looking to avenge last year's 82-61 loss. Assistant coaches for this Classic will be PJC sophomores Melva Perkins and Lechra Brown. And the boys won't be left out this year. The current PJC gym probably couldn't hold the crowd for a boys all-star game. That future possibility may come true when the college's new facility is completed. But the boys will at least have a competition — a major slam dunk contest. Varsity players, including seniors, are eligible for this competition. Players will be judg- ed on style, originality and degree of difficulty. Preliminary juding will take place Wednesday night after the final girls practice. The field will be cut to the top five and they will compete for the dunking title during halftime of Thursday's game. Any interested participants can contact PJC coach Don Wilhelm at the college or me at The Paris News during any weekday morning to register for the event. Baseball Notes Good defensive plays can sometimes get lost in a sportswriter's scorebook before the newspaper hits the streets. It happened twice this week. Prairiland's leftfielder Stephen Johnson made a diving catch during the Patriots' game with Paris High Monday. Johnson robbed the 'Cats' Jack Ford of a base hit and a RBI when he caught the first-inning blooper. North Lamar centerfielder Chad Jones made a second-inning catch on the dead run to keep Sulphur Springs' Gary Moore off the basepaths. Neither could be classified as great catches, but in a week full of errors for both teams, they were the two bright spots in an otherwise dismal week for both squads. Through 11 games, Paris Junior College sophomore Deron Sample has six home runs and 14 runs batted in. The Dragons outfielder had just eight round-trippers and 28 RBI in 45 games a year ago. Wes Pope still leads all PJC batters with a .500 batting average (10 hits in 20 official at- bats) while Sample is batting .438. SCENES FROM SATURDAY — From left, North Lamar's Toby Deupree, Shane Halcomb and Shane Fountain face the strain of Satur- day's powerlifting competition. (Staff Photo by Marvin Gorley) Panthers 2nd in powerlifting meet Continued From Page IB entering the deadlift. Bills lifted 425 and won with a total of 1,010 — just 10 pounds more than he lifted in a meet at Sherman Thursday, but 100 more than he lifted at Quinlan last week. "I gave it my all today," said Bills. "But I think I can get even more next week... Thursday's meet wasn't real tought, but I still pushed myself. I just wanted to do a little better today." "We've had three meets in the last seven days," said Chambless. "We've probably competed too much, but its getting near the end of the season and we still need to get a little better." : Toby Deupree was an easy winner in the 165-pound division, lifting a whopping 545 in the deadlift. He also used a 475-pound squat to boost his overall total to 1,250. Roberts nipped Corsicana's Frank Evans by 10 pounds to take second behind Deupree. Roberts had the best bench lift of any of the 165-pounders with a 270. Robert Edwards came away with the second best bench lift of the day, 360 pounds, but the North Lamar senior finished second behind Corsicana's Chris Smith in the 242 i pound division 1 / Smith -won, ~ 1,440 to Edwards' 1,385. Jeff McDonald moved into the superheavy weight division and nipped Quintan's Lonnie Willeford by 15 pounds. McDonald had a 520-pound deadlift on his way to a 1,280-pound total. LOSING HAIR Mr. F. Moran shows he regrew hair. He did not have male pattern baldness. DECISION If you have dandruff, excessive hair fall, thinning hair, itchy scalp, excessive oiliness or dryness or if your scalp is still creating fuzz make the decision now. Male pattern baldness is the cause of the greet majority of cases of baldness and excessive hair lews which the Ebb Treatment nor any other is effective. DON'T SUFFER UNNECESSARY BALDNESS! Call Toll Free 1-800457-2960 today and make an appointment for: Mar, 8-Paris, TX Mar, 9 • Sherman, TX EHS HAIR SPECIALISTS 320 E Elm SI . Suite 1 New Albany. IN 47150 Ferriera keys Kentucky holds 81-65 Houston on. claims SEC victory over Rice crown outright HOUSTON (AP) - Rolondo Ferreira scored 18 points and blocked five shots to lead Houston to an 81-65 Southwest Conference victory over the Rice Owls Saturday. Horace Chancy hit five 3-pointers for the Cougars and finished with 17 points. Houston finished the regular season with a 16-11 record overall and 10-6 in the conference to clinch a tie for fourth place. Rice ended at. 6-22 and 3-13. Richard Hollis, Craig Upchurch and Randy Brown each had 14 points for Houston, while David Willie and Richard Holmes had 16 points apiece for Rice. Fletcher rally beats Grant in Class A finale Continued from Page IB Fletcher also topped the Eagles on the boards. The Wildcats collected 41 rebounds compared to Grant's 28. Five Eagles turned in double- digit efforts on the evening. But the Grant shooters wound up well under their glossy averages. Lennox, who averages 22.4 points, led the Eagles with 14 and 11 rebounds. Michael Rose scored 13 points. Michael Daniels sank four three- point shots to match a 12-point effort with Rodney Cox. Tony Sherfield had 10 points. Carl Reed chipped in six and Steve Ayers added three. Sherfield was also second best on the boards with five rebounds. NL Booster Club to meet Monday The North Lamar Athletic Booster Club meeting will hold its next meeting at 7 p.m. Monday. March 7 in Room 14 of Frank Stone High School. OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Rex Chapman scored 26 points and eighth-ranked Kentucky fought off stubborn Mississippi for a 78-71 victory Saturday and the outright Southeastern Conference basketball championship. Running its SEC mark to 13-5, Kentucky captured its 37th SEC crown and fourth in the last six seasons. Kentucky, 22-5, never trailed, but couldn't shake Mississippi, 12-15 and 6-12, until the final minutes, mostly because of a 31-point performance by Rod Barnes. 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