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D2 THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Basketball NBA standings By The Associated Prut All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division . W L PctQB Ortando 28 9 .757 — New York 22 13 .629 5 Washington 18 19 .486 10 Miami 17 19 .472 10'A New Jersey 15 21 .417 12'A Boston 14 22 .389 13'A Philadelphia 7 28 .200 20 Chicago Indiana Cleveland Detroit Atlanta Charlotte Milwaukee Toronto Central Division 32 3 .914 22 14 .611 19 16 .543 18 19 17 14 10 16 17 19 22 27 .529 .528 .472 .389 .270 10'A 13 13'A 13'A 15W 18% 23 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pel GB San Antonio 25 9 .735 — Houston 27 11 .711 — Utah 22 13 .829 3'A Denver 16 22 .421 11 Dallas 11 24 .314 14V4 Minnesota 10 26 .278 16 Vancouver 7 29 .194 19 Seattle Sacramento LA Lakers Portland Golden State LA. Clippers Phoenix Pacific Division 28 10 20 13 20 .722 .606 4Vi 17 .540 6% 18 18 .500 8 16 21 '.432 10'A 15 21 .416 11 14 20 .412 11 Wednesday's Games Milwaukee 111, Philadelphia 100 Miami 96, Washington 89 New Jersey 97, Charlotte 93 Atlanta 102, Indiana 93 Orlando 113, Phoenix 95 Minnesota 98, Golden State 88 Houston 120, Denver 112 New York al LA. Clippers, (n) Thursday's Games Chicago at Toronto, 6p.m. San Antonio at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Qokten Stale al Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. Boston at Houston, 7:30 p.m, Cleveland at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Portland at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores HEAT 96, BULLETS 89 WASHINGTON (89) Howard 3-71-1 7, Wallace 9-22 2-7 22, Mure- san 9-15 1-219, Cheaney 1-8 0-0 2, B.Prtce 79 9-10 27, M.Price 1-7 3-3 6, Legler 1-7 0-0 2, McCann 1-5 0-0 2, Mcllvalne 0-10-2 0, Butler 01 2-2 2, Curry 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 32-8318-27 89. MIAMI (96) Askins 1-2 0-0 2, Willis 5-86-816, Mourning 13-3312-15 38, Gamble 1-5 W) 3, Coles 2-812 5, Scnayes 0-2 1-2 1, Myers 1-4 3-5 6, Thomas 1-4 0-0 2, Chapman 5-10 5-7 18, Rencher 2-4 0-0 5. Totals 31-60 28-39 96. Washington 19 22 22 26-89 Miami 21 24 26 25—96 3-Point goals—Washington 7-17 (B.Price 4-4, Wallace 2-5, M.Price 1-4, Cheaney 0-1, Legler 0-3), Miami 6-15 (Chapman 3-6, Myers 1-1, Rencher 1-2, Gamble 1-3, Coles 0-1, Willis 0-1, Asklns 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds— Washington 57 (Muresan 21), Miami 63 (Mourning 15). Assists—Washington 9 (B.Price 4), Miami 17 (Myers 5). Total fouls—Washington 31, Miami 22. Technicals—Willis, Miami Illegal de- lense. Ejections—Howard, Coles, Asklns. A— 14,573(16,200). MAGIC 113, SUNS 95 ORLANDO (113) Scott 7-13 1-216, Woll 4-5 0-0 8, O'Neal 1520 5-7 35, Anderson 5-81-213, Hardaway 9-19 4-4 25, Vaughn 0-0 2-2 2, Shaw 4-6 0-0 9, Bowie 1-3 00 2, Turner 0-2 0-0 0, Armstrong 12 0-0 3. Totals 46-78 13-17113. PHOENIX (95) Finley 7-16 3-818, Green 4-7 3-611, Kleine 39 0-0 6, Person 8-15 0-0 16, Perry 4-11 3-4 11, Tisdale 5-12 6-7 16, Smith 3-101-2 7, Carr 3-5 4-4 10. Totals 37-85 20-29 95. Orlando 25 36 24 28—113 Phoenix 26 19 22 28— 95 3-Polnt goals—Orlando 8-21 (Hardaway 3-6. Anderson 2-5, Armstrong 1-1, Shaw 1-2, Scott 1-5, Turner 0-1, Bowie 0-1), Phoenix MO (Finley 1-2, Carr 0-1, Person 0-3, Smith 0-4). Fouled out—Turner. Rebounds—Ortando 50 (Scott 11), Phoenix 43 (Kleine 9). Assists—Oriando 32 (Hardaway, Anderson, Scott 7), Phoenix 26 (Perry 7). Total fouls—Oriando 23, Phoenix 21. A—19,023 (19,023). BUCKS 111, 76ERS 100 MILWAUKEE (111) Robinson 14-23 6-7 37, Baker 8-15 6-10 22, Benjamin 6-12 7-8 19, Newman 2-5 8-8 13, Douglas 2-4 1-1 5, Mayberry 3-40-07, Keys 23 0-0 5, Cummings 1-31-4 3, Conlon 0-1 0-0 0, Respert 0-0 0-0 0, Reynolds 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-7029-38111. PHILADELPHIA (100) Alston 3-6 0-1 6, Weatherspoon 6-8 0-0 12, Wright 3-5 0-0 6, Stackhouse 6-14 2-3 16, Ruf- fln 6-12 4-517, Thompson 2-2 0-0 4, Hlggins 69 04 13, Maxwell 8-14 3-4 20, Sutton 2-5 0-0 6. Totals 42-75 9-13 100. Milwaukee 28 24 29 30—111 Philadelphia 38 21 25 16—100 3-Point goals—Milwaukee 6-12 (Robinson 34, Keys 1-1, Mayberry 1-2, Newman 1-3, Benjamin 0-1, Conlon 0-1), Philadelphia 7-16 (Sutton 2-3, Stackhouse 2-5, Higgins 1 -1, Ruffin 1-3, Maxwell 1-4). Fouled out—Thompson. Rebounds—Milwaukee 41 (Baker 10), Philadelphia 37 (Wright 10). Assists—Milwaukee 23 (Mayberry 10), Philadelphia 25 (Ruffin 7). Total louls—Milwaukee 22, Philadelphia 32. Technical—Douglas. Ejection—Douglas. A—7,435 (18,168). NETS 97, HORNETS 93 NEW JERSEY (97) Brown 3-10 2-2 B, Gilliam 10-17 4-4 24, Bradley 8-15 Ml 16, Childs 5-14 3-4 15, Anderson 6-14 7-9 22, Williams 3-6 2-2 8, Dare 0-1 00 0, Glass 1-1 0-0 2, Fleming 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 37-81 18-21 97. CHARLOTTE (93) Johnson 9-16 1-1 20, Curry 10-15 0-0 23, Geiger 3-10 3-4 9, Rice 8-25 5-6 23, Gill 3-7 2-3 9, Addlson OKI 0-0 0, Adams 2-5 3-6 8, Parish 00 0-0 0, Hancock 0-10-0 0, Zldek 0-2 1 -21. Totals 35-81 15-2293. New Jersey 32 24 19 22—97 Charlotte 20 29 27 17—93 3-Polnt goals—New Jersey 5-8 (Anderson 34, Childs 2-2), Charlotte 8-23 (Curry 3-5, Rice 29, Gill 1-1, Adams 1-3, Johnson 1-5). Pouted out—None. Rebounds—New Jersey 52 (Gilliam, Williams 10), Charlotte 48 (Geiger 15). Assists—New Jersey 27 (Anderson 10), Charlotte 24 (Gill 8). Tolal fouls—New Jersey 20, Charlotte 22. Technical—Geiger. A—24,043 (23,698). HAWKS 102, PACERS 93 INDIANA (93) McKey5-80-0 II, D.Davis5-9 1-2 (1, Smits 12-201-2 25, Pierce 7-11 2-216, Jackson 4-7 00 9, Johnson t-6 0-0 2, Workman 3-9 0-0 6, A.Davis 3-5 2-3 8, Holberg t-31-1 3, Ferrell 1-2 0-0 2, Caldwell 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 42-80 7-10 93. ATLANTA (102) Augmon 7-10 10-10 24, Long 1-5 3-4 6, Lang 7-113-417, Smith 6-156-619, Blaytock 6-14 2216, Ehlo 0-2 0-0 0, Webb 3-7 2-2 9, Henderson 5-8 2-212. Totals 35-72 28-30102. Indiana 24 26 15 28— 93 Atlanta 23 26 IB 25—102 3-Polnt goals-Indiana 2-13 (McKey 1-1, Jackson 1-3, Smits 0-1, Pierce 0-1, Holberg 0-1, Johnson 0-3, Workman 0-3), Atlanta 4-12 (Blaylock 2-5, Webb 1-1, Srarft 1-5, Long 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 33 (D.Davis 7), Atlanta 47 (Lang 8). Assists—Indiana 25 (Jackson 8), Atlanta 18 (Long, Blaylock 5). Total louts—Indiana 23, Allanla 16. Techni- cals—Indiana Illegal defense 2. A—8,432 (16,365). TIMBERWOL.VES 98, WARRIORS 88 GOLDEN STATE (68) Kersey 0-5 OX) 0, Smith 6-15 6-1018, Selkaly 2-4 0-0 4, Sprewell 6-19 5-619, Armstrong 5-10 3-4 13, Galling 5-11 4-614, Mullin 3-12 4-611, Hardaway 2-11 0-0 4, Barry 1-1 0-0 2, Marshall 1-2 1-2 3. Totals 31-90 23-33 88. MINNESOTA (98) Mitchell 4-7 1-1 9, Gugliotta 6-14 6-8 18, Rooks 4-9 M 8, Rider 13-21 5-5 31, Porter 2-4 0-0 5, Gamett 5-12 0-0 10, Martin 3-12 3-4 9, West 3-7 2-3 6, Bragg OX) 0-0 0. Totals 40-88 17-21 98. Golden Stale 23 22 18 25— 88 Minnesota 24 27 25 22— 98 3-Polnt goals—Golden Stale 3-18 (Sprewell 28, Mullin 1-5,- Kersey 0-1 Armstrong 0-2, Hardaway 0-4), Minnesota 1-14 (Porter 1-3, Mitchell 0-1, Gugllotla 0-2, Rldet 0-3, Martin 0-5). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Golden State 67 (Smith 10), Minnesota 52 (Gugllotta 14). Assists—Golden State 19 (Armstrong 6), Minnesota 32 (Martin 8). Total fouls—Golden State 20, Minnesota 24. Technicals—Rider, Gamett, Golden State Illegal defense. A—11,651 (19,006). ROCKETS 120, NUGGETS 112 HOUSTON (120) Elle 5-6 OX) 13, Brown 3-7 0-0 6, Olajuwon 1327 11-14 37, Drexlet 6-15 8-10 22, Smith 4-8 2211, Bryant 2-3 3-4 7, Cassell 0-01-21, Chllcutt 0-1 0-0 0, Recasner 3-41-18, Jones 0-0 0-1 0, Breaux 6-9 OX) 15. Totals 42-79 26-34120. DENVER (112) D.EIIIs 8-13 0-0 18, McDyess 14-22 3-6 31, Mutomba 3-4 0X1,6, Abdul-Raul 12-21 0-1 26, Stith 1-3 0-0 2, LEIlis 8-173-4 20, Rose 4-81-3 9, Williams 0-3 00 0, Hammonds W 0-0 0. Totals 50-91 7-14112. Houston 34 19 30 37—120 Denver 21 36 28 27—112 3-Polnt goals—Houston 10-19 (Breaux 3-3, Elle 3-3, Drexler 2-5, Recasner 1-2, Smith 1-3, Chllcutt 0-1, Olajuwon 0-2), Denver 5-14 (D.EIIIs 2-3, Abdul-Rauf 2-7, LEIlis 1-1, Rose 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Houston 44 (Drexler 9), Denver 49 (Mutombo 14). Assists— Houston 33 (Orexler 12), Denver 34 (Rose 13). Tolal fouls—Houston 18, Denver 24. Techni- cals—Olajuwon. A—15,717 (17,171). College scores WEDNESDAY'S GAMES MEN EAST Army 83, Lafayette 79 Bucknell75,Brown69 Colgate 77, Lehigh 60 Connecticut 88, SI, John's 73 Long Island U. 79, Wagner 78 Marist 70, Falrlelgh Dickinson 57 Massachusetts 77, Rhode Island 71 Monmouth, N.J. 82, Mount St. Mary's, Md. 77 Navy 67, Holy Cross 63 New Hampshire 72, Dartmouth 69 Rider 70, St. Francis, NY 51 Rutgers 78, Pittsburgh 77 Seton Hall 78, Villanova 73' St. Francis, Pa. 57, Robert Morris 45 Temple 69, Fordham 48 SOUTH Alabama 62, Tennessee 53 E. Tennessee St. 93, Wofford 86 Florida St. 75, Clemson 62 Georgia 71, Florida 46 Louisville 78, Ala.-Birmlngham 70 Maryland 118, Delaware St. 55 Mississippi SI. 53, Mississippi 47 N.C.-Wllmlngton 64, Richmond 47 North Carolina 67, Virginia 53 South Carolina 87, Vanderbllt 83, OT Va. Commonwealth 81, James Madison 70 Wake Forest 66, Georgia Tech 63 William & Mary 90, VMI49 MIDWEST Ball St. 82, Cent. Michigan 69 Cincinnati 99, Xavler, Ohio 90 Crelghton 72, Tulsa 59 E Michigan 77, Bowling Green 58 Evansvllle 84, SW Missouri Si. 82 Kent 89, Akron 68 Marquette 73, DePaul 60 Miami, Ohio 62, W. Michigan 61 Nebraska 87, Mo.-Kansas City 69 Ohio St. 72, Northwestern 71 Ohio U. 70, Toledo 57 St. Louis 69, South Florida 56 Wisconsin 61, Michigan St. 48 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Uttle Rock 9t, Grambllng St. 67 Houston 89, Texas Christian 86 Oklahoma St. 91, CS Northridge 55 Rice 69, Southern Melh. 51 Southern U. 104, Ark.-Plne Bluff 85 Stephen F.Austin 87, Sam Houston SL 72 Texas Tech 75, Baylor 69 Big Eight standings Today's schedule THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 BASKETBALL Sallna Invitational Tournament Ell-Saline boys at Canton-Gate Tournament Bethany women at Colorado College 2-51-16, Hill 1-4 W 2, Cross 0-4 0-0 0, Gnjndy 0-32-22, Jefferson 0-2 0-10, Rhoden 2-81 -16, Morbley6-l51-314,Stlnson 1-10-02, WMsO- 31-21. Totals 23-64 8-13 58. Oklahoma SL (104) Roberts 10-184-824, SI<aer6-103-516, Larh- bert 0-2 0-0 0, McOuarters 3-5 0-2 6, Peterson 5-12 1-112, Miles 1-41-33, Dorsey 04 2-2 2, Alexander 5-7 4-4 18, Warner 0-2 1-2 1, Lewis 1-2 0-0 2, Owens 1-44-47. Totals 32-88 BO-31 91. Halflime—Oklahoma St. 91, Cal St.-North-. ridge 58.3-polnt goals—Cal SI.-Northrfdge 4-24* (Gray 2-9, Oronoz 1-2, Cross 0-2, GrundyO-3, Jefferson 0-2, Rhoden 0-3, Morbley 1-2, Willis 01), Oklahoma SI. 7-20 (Skaer 1-2, McQuarters 0-1, Peterson 1-3, Dorsey 0-4, Alexander 4-6, Warner 0-2, Lewis 0-1, Owens 1-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Cal St.-Northrtdge 33 (Hill, Morbley 5), Oklahoma St. 51 (Roberts 10). Assists—Cal St.-Northrldge 16 (Cross 4), Oklahoma St. 23 (Owens 8). Total fouls—Cal St.- Nortfiridge 24, Oklahoma St. 18. A—4,950. NEBRASKA 87, UMKC 69 Missouri-Kansas City (4-7) Rawlins 5-12 4-8 15, Johnson 5-15 1-2 11, Muller 1-3 1-2 3, Washington 9-20 1-1 24, Salmon 3-7 0-0 8, Haynes 2-6 0-0 5, Richmond 04 0-2 0, Smith 1-3 1-2 3, Gerhant 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 26-70 8-19 69. Nebraska (13-4) Gamer 4-71-29, Strickland 7-90-015, Moore 4-5 0-0 6, Lue 1-4 3-5 5, Boone 4-9 0-0 9,Wald 3-5 3-3 9, Qlock 0-3 0-0 0, Ideus 1-4 OX) 3, Hamilton 3-3 5-8 11, Badgelt 2-4 1-2 5, Markowskl 3-8 2-5 8, Nelson 2-5 1-1 5. Totals 34-6416-2867. Haltlime—Nebraska 47, Missouri-Kansas City 28. 3-Polnt goals—Missouri-Kansas City 9-19 (Washington 5-8, Salmon 2-5, Rawlins 1-2, Haynes 1-2, Richmond 0-2), Nebraska 3-15 (Strickland 1-3, Ideus 1-3, Boone 14, Lue 0-1, WakJ 0-1, Markowskl 0-1, Clock 0-2). Fouled out—Johnson. Rebounds—Missouri-Kansas City 42 (Muller 11), Nebraska 46 (Gamer 7). Assists—Missouri-Kansas City 9 (Washington 4), Nebraska 25 (Boone 8). Total louls—Missouri- Kansas City 21, Nebraska 20. Technicals— None. A-fl,785. RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conterence All Games Fort Hays State Nebraska-Kearney Western Stale Adams Slate Colorado Mines Mesa State Chadron State Fort Lewis New Mexico Highlands This week's schedule Thursday - Adams Stale al Chadron Slate; Fort Lewis at Colorado Mines. Friday - Western Stale at Mesa State; New Mexico Highlands al Nebraska-Kearney, Saturday - Adams State at Colorado Mines; Fort Lewis al Chadron State; New Mexico Highlands al Fort Hays Stale; Nebraska-Kearney al Wayne Stale. •» WOMEN Conference All Games W L W L 70 12 3 Nebraska-Kearney Fort Hays State 52 87 Mesa Slate 52 86 New Mexico Highlands 42 95 Western State 34 6 10 Fort Lewis 24 3 11 Adams Slate 15 4 12 Chadron Stale 15 5 11 Colorado Mines 15 58 This week's schedule Tuesday - New Mexico Highlands 92, Colorado Christian 64. Thursday - Adams State at Chadron Slate; Fort Lewis at Colorado Mines. Friday - Western Stale at Mesa State; New Mexico Highlands at Nebraska-Kearney. Saturday - Adams Slate at Colorado Mines; Fort Lewis at Chadron Stale; New Mexico Highlands at Fort Hays State; Nebraska-Kearney at MEN Conference All Games W L W L Missouri 20 12 4 Kansas 10 13 1 Kansas State 21 11 4 Oklahoma 21 10 5 Nebraska 11 13 4 Iowa Stale 11 12 4 Oklahoma State 02 10 4 Colorado 03 59 This Week's Schedule Monday - Missouri 75, Oklahoma 73; Kansas 85, St. Peter's 71. Tuesday - Southern Utah State 62, Colorado 80 (ol). Wednesday - Oklahoma Stale 91, Cal. State- Northrldge 58; Nebraska 87, UMKC 69. Saturday - Kansas Slate at Oklahoma, 12:45 p.m.; Kansas at Colorado, 3 p.m.; Nebraska at Oklahoma State, 7 p.m. Sunday - Missouri at Iowa State, 2 p.m, WOMEN Conference All Games W L 3 0 KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conference All Games W L W L Tabor 50 96 McPherson 51 86 Friends 42 -5 11 Ottawa 3 2 57 Sterling 32 69 Bethel 23 59 Kansas Wesleyan 24 4 11 Southwestern 05 4 10 Bethany 05 2 13 This week's schedule Tuesday - Bethel 68, Bethany 66. Wednesday - Tabor 63, Friends 57; Sterling 89, Kansas Wesleyan 74; McPherson 89, South western 71. Thursday - Ottawa at Avila, Mo. Saturday - Tabor at Bethany; Sterling Bethel; Friends at Southwestern; Kansas Wes leyan at Ottawa-, St. Marys at McPherson. WOMEN Conference All Games W 14 6 10 6 8 W 13 10 15 12 10 13 Oklahoma Stale Kansas Colorado Nebraska Missouri Oklahoma Iowa State Kansas State This Week's Schedule Friday - Iowa State at Colorado, 7 p.m.; Oklahoma Slate at Kansas State, 7 p.m.; Oklahoma at Kansas, 7 p.m.; Nebraska at Missouri, 7 p.m. Sunday - Oklahoma State at Kansas, 2 p.m.; Oklahoma at Kansas Slate, 2 p.m.; Nebraska at Colorado, 2 p.m. Big Eight men W L Sterling 5 0 Southwestern 4 1 Bethany 32 Ottawa 32 Friends 33 Tabor 23 4 10 Bethel 23 5 10 Kansas Wesleyan 24 7 McPherson 06 2 This week's schedule Monday - Benedictine 59, Ottawa 51. Tuesday - Bethel 56, Bethany 47. Wednesday - Friends 66, Tabor 51; Slerlln 69, Kansas Wesleyan 67; Southwestern 7! McPherson 68. Thursday - Bethany at Colorado College. Saturday - Tabor at Bethany; Sterling a Bethel; Friends at Southwestern; Kansas Wes leyai at Ottawa; St. Mary's at McPherson. State men OKLAHOMA STATE 91 CAL ST-NORTHRIDGE 58 Cal SL-Northrldge (4-12) Gray 5-14 OX) 12, Samson 6-7 2-314, Oronoz STERLING 89, KANSAS WESLEYAN 74 Kansas Wetleyan (4-11,24) Weldenhatt 1-5 0-0 2, Ellis 24 0-0 5, Bell 1 04 2, Druse 1-10-02, Ingram 0-0 0-0 0, Mcln tire 4-8 0-0 8, Gentz 7-21 1-216, Pavkwich 0 0-0 0, Goodnight 5-10 2-2 16, Lloyd 0-0 04 Broyles 0-21-21, Cogglns 0-0 04 0, Dwayn Coleman 7-16 0-014, Dwighl Coleman 3-12 2 6. Totals 31-81 6-10 74. Sterling (6-9,3-2) Rosno 0-1 0-0 0, Frederick 6-10 24 19, Ky axton 0-0 2-22, Kevin Haxton OX) CM) 0, Ont- 84-11 7-815, Petz 3-8 OX> 7, Briar 0-1 04 0, mlm 1-1 OX) 2, Mlnnsman 2-2 44 10, Eg'gers 11 OX) 8, Hudson 4-14 2-313,.EIhridge 1-135, Thayer 1-1 0-0 2, Sabala 24 2-2 6. Totals 84522-2689. Halflime - 38-38. 3-polnl goals - KW 6-26 Goodnight 4, Elite, Gentz), S 11-22 (Frederick Hudson 3, Mlnneman 2, Petz 1). Rebounds •W 34 (Dwayne Coleman 9), S 42 (Sabala 10). otal fouls - KW 21, S 9. Fouled out - None. umovers-KW12,S20. MCPHERSON 89 SOUTHWESTERN 71 Southwestern (4-10) Hamlln 7, Carter 14, Wollenberg 6, Mount 2, erz 19, Bradford 8, Hartley 14, Hlggins 1. McPherson (8-6) Vogel 8, Roland 3, Owens 18, Snodgrass 4, Ingman 3, Rice 24, Richardson 13, Walker 10, fenzel 6. Halffime-MC, 43-30. TABOR 63, FRIENDS 57 Tabor Justus 7, Glanzer 9, Pyle 20. Wiehert 9, Garri- on9, FlnneyB, JosIL Friends Holmes 5, Llndley 4, Dye 8, Knoll 6, West 9, lart'n 17, Schneider 5, Gray 3. . Halflime-33-33. State women STERLING 69 KANSAS WESLEYAN 67 Kansas Wesleyan (7-7) DeShlelds 1-2 5-9 7, Hane 1-7 24 5, Sharpe 4 1-2 6, Dickman 0-0 04 0, Wells 3-7 04 7, oenlg 0-0 04 0, Duranleau 1-31-1 3, Garoutle 10 4-6 19, Harbin 9-16 2-5 20. Totals 2449 5-2767. Sterling (144) Harms 140-22, Russel 3-11 0-0 6, Derritt 00-0 0, Gregslon 5-9 3-6 14, Kruse 0-0 04 0, IVoudstra 10-20 3-6 23, Carrithers 34 0-2 6, Swanson 4-6 0-2 8, Pearson 5-9 0-210. Totals 1-666-2069. Halflime - SC, 43-32.3-polnt goals - KW 4-9 Hane 1, Sharpe 1, Wells 1, Garoutle 1); SC 1-3 Gregston 1). Rebounds - KW 30 (Harbin 11); SC 39 (Woudstra .14). turnovers,- KW 26 Harbin 6, Garoutle 6); SC 18 (Woudstra 4, Rusel 4). Assists - KW 12 (Wells 3); SC 21 (Russal 0). Fouls _ KW 18, SC 24. Fouled out - none. WASHBURN 84, MO. SOUTHERN 55 Missouri Southern (104) Heinz 8, Grider 19, Phillips 2, Scott 12, Huber ,Flemons2, Bailey 11. Washbum (94) Dollnghaus 4, Lohse 16, Neal 10, WeWe 8, Ol- herding 32, Shopper 5, Caryl 3, Rettlger 6. Halflime -WU, 41-21. FRIENDS 66, TABOR 51 Tabor Ratzlaff 9, Grunder 3, Raber 3, Shadld 7, Morris 20, Pyle 9. Friends Peterson 7, Egan 4, Brown 22,' Ownbey 4, Eltzmann 10, Shusler2, Rlopel 14, Steals 3. Haltlime-F, 38-31. SOUTHWESTERN 69 MCPHERSON es Southwestern (6-8) Dennett 17, Peterson 2, Ashenfeller 20, Oulonos 7, Sneed 18, Dormaus 13, Leith 2. McPherson (1-12) Shoemaker 6, Walkins 15, Splllum 6, Adler 3, Richardson 8, Shan) 2, Bess 1, Turpin 4, Ross 4, Williams 9. Halft/me - MC, 38-33. . TUESDAY'S RESULT BETHEL 56, BETHANY 47 Bethany (10-2,3-2) Eilert 2-8 04 6, Stuart 14 0-0 2, Lager 0-2 00 0, Newcomer 2-9 0-0 5, Magnet! 2-5 04 4, Rolls 6-20 04 13, Holzwarth 0-4 2-2 2, Gregory 4-8 0-0 8, Cox 2-10 3-6 7. Totals 19-70 5-6 47. Bethel (5-10,2-3) Bowe 1-2 04 2, S.Unruh 2-7 1-3 5, A.Unruh 10-151-221, Hill 24 0-0 4, Kynaston 2-6 0-0 5, Cappelletti 0-1 04 0, Funk 4-9 1-3 9, Slucky 410 04 8, Franz 1-2 04 2. Totals 26-57 3-8 56. HalNlme - Bethany 23-22. 3-poinl goals - Belhany4-16 (Bert 2. Newcomer, Rolfs), Bethel 1-2 (Kynaston). Rebounds - Bethany 34 (Cox 9), Bethel 37 (Stucky 8). Total louls - Bethany 13, Bethel 12. Fouled out - None. Turnovers Bethany 26, Bethel 27. Technical fouls - None. 6-13 3-617, Rice 04 34 3, Hull 0-11-21, Mike Huffman 1-10-02, Loslk 0-0 5-6 5, Mahre 04 000. Totals 11-3115-2739. Concordla (64) Roudybush 7-13 2-2 20, Dobbersleln 6-12 4-5 16, Richard 2-9 0-1 4, Letoumeau 0-1 1-2 1, Laas 1-2 04 2, Miller 0-1 04 0, Cyr 2-5 0-2 4, Kueker 1-1 3-4 6, Drier 0-3 0-1 0, Lewis 0-01-2 LTotals 194711-19 54. Sacred Heart 6 11 11 11-39 Concordla 15 13 7 18-54 3-polnt goals-SH 2-8 (Ash 2),C5-H (Roudy- sh < Kueker). Total rebounds - Srf 24 (Matt uftman 7), C 35 (Dobbersteln 9). Tolal fouls - H81, C22. Fouled out-Powor, Matt Huffman, ull (SH); Cyr (C). Turnovers - SH 16, C11. • ALINA SOUTH 79, CLAY CENTER 51 Sallna South (1-8) Chan/at 7-12 0-115,-Tomllns 2-5 2-5 6, Hoult- rg 24 0-0 4, Newcomer 10-131-1 23, Day 21-1 5, Peterson 7-11 1-1 15, Burl 14 04 3, hnke 2-3 1-2 5, Coleman 0-2 04 0, BittJnger 01-21, Wahlgren 0-1 0-0 0, Kuder 1-1 0-0 2, otals 34-58 7-13 79. lay Center (9-1) Frtgon 241-2 5, Floersch 3-8 0-1 6, Henry 204 4, Burton 4-710-1318, Wfawson 5-8 0-1 ), Lee 1-3 0-0 3, MoFariand 1 -2 04 2, Ohrde 02-2 2, Green 0-1 04 0, Davles 0-1 1-21, ramer 04 0-00. Totals 18-3914-21 51. . =allna South 16 15 21 27 - 79 ay Center 10 17 12 12- 51 3-polnt goals - SS 44 (Newcomer 2, Chan/at Burt 1); CC 1-5 (Lee I). Rebounds - SS 27 Burt 6); CC 27 (Burton 6). Turnovers - SS 11, C 20. Total fouls - SS 22, CC 15. Fouled out - reen (CC). , . • TWIN LAKES LEAGUE SYLVAN UNIFIED 83, WILSON 42 ilson • 99 9:18-42 ylvan Unified 21 23 19 20 - 83 Wilson - Whltmer 12, Petz 3, Miller 1, Kasper 6, VonDracek 7, Sloan 4. Sylvan Unified - J. Cheney 9, C. Meltler 15, J. heney 14, Wiese 8, Labertew 11, True 10. High school girls TOURNAMENTS TWIN LAKES LEAGUE LINCOLN 51, WILSON 33 ncoln 9 13 11 18 - 51 Iffison • 9 7 4 13 - 33 Lincoln (9-0) - Cole 5, Rosebrook 1, Lockhart Obermueller 5, Wlebke 19, Schneider 2, a.Larsen 9, He.Larsen 4. Wilson - (54) Placek 4, Kepka 4, Soukup 2, etz21,Gaitros2. Juco men BROWN MACKIE 79, COLBY 78 Brown Mackle (10-10) Kamara 12-3 4, Johnson 6 3-516, McCurdy 1 0-0 3, Tankersley 4 0-0 8, McDonald 1 0-1 3 Wilson 7 34 17, Smith 2 0-1 4, Houston 8 6-7 22, B.Taylor 1 0-2 2. Totals 3113-18 79. Colby (10-7) Lee 8 0-0 22, Washington 60-217. Bailey 3 2310, Riemann 1 0-0 2, Alston 2 0-0 4, Johnson 1 0-0 2, Rasul 8 5-9 21. Totals 29 7-15 78. Halflime - Brown Mackie 37-35. 3-poinl goals - BM 3 (Johnson, McCurdy, McDonald), C 13 (Lee 6, Washington 5, Bailey 2). Rebounds BM 34 (Wilson 10), C 33 (Rasul 7). Total fouls BM 20, C 17. Fouled out - Johnson (BM) Turnovers - BM 12, C 17.Technlcal fouls None. CLOUD COUNTY 91 BUTLER COUNTY 77 Cloud County (15-3) Smith 20, Geislner 17, Boivens 14, LEon 12 Keller 12, Jones 8, Ague! 6, Johnette 2. Butler County (134) Washington 20, Watts 16, McGinnls 15 Rhodes 8, HanMon 8, Ulling 4, McLeod McMlllin 2. Halttime-CC, 36-32. Juco women STATE FAIR 62, HIGHLAND 56 Highland Caudle 2, Small 2, Bergman 13, Gudenliaul 23, Neeland 6, J.Small 2, Goins 3, Fullerson 3 Clements 2. State Fair Ahlers 6, Jones 4, McCoy 15, Romesburg 2' Lambeth ff.Bartlett 5. BUTLER COUNTY 60 CLOUD COUNTY 56 Cloud County (15-5) Wilson 20, Smith 10, Reaves 10, Allen 8, Sum ner 2, Schultze 2, Gronewoller 2, Hoins 2. Butler County (12-5) Lennox 23, Ketleri 11, Leigh 9, Meyers ' Dougherty 6, Raber 5. Halflime-CC, 33-28. High school boys TOURNAMENTS SALINA INVITATIONAL FIRST ROUND CONCORDIA 54, SACRED HEART 3! Sacred Heart (44) Power 2-5 0-1 4, Matt Huffman 2-7 3-8 7, As Rita Grande, Italy, del. Sllke Meier, Germany, 64,7-6 (7-5). Hockey NHL standings • By The Associated Press All Times CST •EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W.L TPtt OF QA N.Y. Rangers 28 11 8 64 175 130 Florida 28 12 4 60 158 116 Philadelphia 24 12 9 57 158 114 Washington 21 18 5 47 123 112 Tampa Bay • 19 187 45 131 160 New Jersey . 19 22 4 42 118 115 N.Y, Islanders 12 23 8 32 125 161 Northeast Division 28 14 3 59 218 149 21 18 8 48 139 140 19 17 18 23 17 23 834 44 149 152 39 129 145 39 118 138 17 97 173 Football NFL postseason All times CST Wild-card round Buffalo 37, Miami 22 Philadelphia 58, Detroit 37 Green Bay 37, Atlanta 20 Indianapolis 35,' San Diego 20 Divisional playoffs Pittsburgh 40, Buffalo 21 Green Bay 27, San Francisco 17 Dallas 30, Philadelphia 11 Indianapolis 10, Kansas City 7 Conference championships Pittsburgh 20, Indianapolis 16 Dallas 38, Green Bay 27 Super Bowl At Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, Ariz. Sunday, Jan. 28 Pittsburgh (14-4) vs. Dallas (14-4), 6:20 p.m. Pro Bowl At Aloha Stadium Honolulu Sunday, Feb. 4 AFC vs. NFC Tennis Pittsburgh Montreal Boston Buffalo Hartford Ottawa WESTERN CONFERENCE Contra) Division W L TPtt OF GA Detroit . 32 9 3 67 164 95 Chicago 23 15 9 55 156 130 Toronto 22 17 7 51 1& 135 St. Louis 18 19 8 44 119 124 Winnipeg 20 22 4 44 164 168 Dallas 11 23 10 32 116 155 Pacific Division Colorado 24 14 8 56 179 130 Vancouver 18 17 11 43 163 151 Los Angeles 16 19 11 43 158 155 Edmonton 17 23 8 40 126 177 Calgary . 15 22 9 39 134 149 Anaheim ' 16 25 5 37 132 156 San Jose 10 32 4 24 141 211 Wednesday's Games . Detroit 3, Colorado 2 Hartford 8, N.Y. Islanders 3 Tampa Bay 6, San Jose 4 Winnipeg 4, Toronto 2 Pittsburgh 1, Buffalo 0 Montreal 3, Ottawa 0 Edmonton 4, Dallas 3 Washington 3, Chicago 2 Calgary at Anaheim, (n) • Thursday's Games No games scheduled Wrestling Junior high ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 80 PORT RILEY 23 75 - Aldrich, RL, won by forfeit. 80 - Perales, RL, won by forfeit. 85 - Christy, RL, dec. Qarrett, 6-0.90 -Wagner, RL, dec. Mulling, 14-1. 95- Ikenberry, RL, won by forfeit. 100 - Brake, RL, won by forfeit. 105 - Wendl, RL, pinned Poate. 110-Stevens,FR, won by forfeit. 115-Bartlett, RL, pinned Shepherd. 120 - Bochette, FR, pinned Counter. 127 - Peebles, RL,'pinned BRooke. 134 - Greene, RL, won by forfeit. 141 - Toney, RL, pinned Dlehl. 148 - Woodall, RL, won by forfeit. 155 - Sllffler, RL, won by forfeit 165 - Sadler, FR, pinned Leahew. 160 - Taylor, RL, won by forfeit. Hwl - Qort, FR, won by torfelt: 100 ex - IKenberry, RL, pinned Martinez. 141 - Dlehl, FR* dec. Carpenter, 6-1. Swimming Australian Open SEEDED RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) —'How the seeded players tared Wednesday In the Aus- rallan Open: Men Second Round Andre Agassi (2), Las Vegas, del. Vincent Spadea, Boca Raton, Fla., 84,8-2,6-3. Thomas Muster (3), Austria, del. Javier Frana, Argentina, 6-4,6-4,1-6,7-6 (74). Michael Chang (5), Henderson, Nev., del. Jakob Hlasok, Switzerland, 8-1,6-3,6-3. Jim Courier (8), Miami, del. Jeff Tarango, Manhattan Beach, Calll., 7-5,6-7 (2-7), 64,6-3. Karol Kucera, Slovakia, del. Wayne Ferreira 9), South Afn'ca, 8-1,6-3,6-0. Richard Krajlcek (11), Netherlands, del. Frederik Fetterleln, Denmark, 6-2,6-4,64. Patrick McEnroe, Cove Neck, N.Y., del. Andrei Medvedev (14), Ukraine, 0-6,2-6,6-2,6-3,6-2. Todd Martin (15), Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., del. Richey Reneberg, Minneapolis, 6-2,7-5, 36,7-6 (7-5). Women Second Round Monica Seles (1), Sarasota, Fla., del. Katarina Studenlkova, Slovakia, 6-1,6-1. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (3), Spain, del. Bar- aara Rittner, Germany, 6-3,6-2. Gabitela Sabatlni (6), Argentina, del. Kartna Habsudova, Slovakia, 64,6-3. Iva Nlajoli (7), Croatia, del. Lori McNeil, Houston, 6-3, 6-2. Mary Joe Fernandez (9), Key Biscayne, Fla., del. Maria-Antonia Sanchez Lorenzo, Spain, 62,6-0. Chanda Rubin (13), Lafayette, La., del. Tina Krizan, Slovenia, 6-7 (3-7), 6-2,6-3. Nacto Sawamalsu (15), Japan, del. Linda Wild, Hawthorn Woods, III., 64,6-3. THURSDAY'S MATCHES Men Singles Second Round Thomas Enqvist (7), Sweden, del. Adrian Voinea, Romania, 6-4,6-4,6-1. Mark Woodforde, Australia, del. Martin Sinner, Germany, 64,6-1,6-4. Renzo Furian, Italy, def. Alberto Costa, Spain, 1-6, 7-6 (74), 6-1,8-3. Brett Steven, New Zealand, del. Brian Mac- Phie, San Jose, Calil., 6-1,5-7,7-8 (8-6), 64. Mark Phllippoussls, Australia, del. Eyal Ran, Israel, 2-6,64,64,6-2. Jan Slemerink, Netherlands, del. Diego Nar- giso, Italy, 1-6,5-7,6-2,7-6 (10-8), 8-1. Francisco Clavel, Spain, del. Rlip Dewulf, Belgium, 2-6,7-5,6-3,6-2. Michael Tebbutl, Australia, del. Peter Tramac- chi, Australia, 6-3,64,7-5. Women Singles Second Round Barbara Schett, Austria, del. Sung-Hee Park, South Korea, 64,6-3. Nanne Dahlman, Finland, del. Ruxandra Dragomlr, Romania, 64,6-3. Brenda Schuta-McCarthy (11), Netherlands, def. Shi-Ting Wang, Taiwan, 64,3-6,6-3. Mara Endo, Japan, del. Klmlko Date (5), Japan, 6-2,1-6,64. Ludmlla Rlchlerova, Czech Republic, def. Dally Randrtantefy, Madagascar, 7-6 (74), 4-6.7-5. Anke Huber (8), Germany, def. Asa Carisson, Sweden, 6-1,6-2. Martina Hingis, Switzerland, del. Barbara Paulus, Austria, 6-1,64. High school MANHATTAN 131, SAUNA CENTRAL 52 Sallna Central results 200 medley relay - 2. (DeHaven, Betlbn, Hutchison, Conner), V.57.69; 4. (Richards, Schwartz, Soukup, Walker), 2:17.94. 200 free - 4. Richards, 2:30.42; 5. Lllley, 2:35.18; 8: Walle, 2:41.41. 200 Intermediate - 4. Cosco, 2:51.44; 5. Schwartz, 2:52.96; 6. Flenlhrope, 3:13.38. 50 freestyle - 3. DeHaven, 24.77; 4. Hutchln- son, 25.99; 6. Ballon, 26.78. Diving-3. Soukup, 114.65. 100 butterfly - 4. Richards, 1:22.48; 5. Cosco, 1:32.01. 100 freestyle - 2. Conner, 57.98; 5. Walker, 1:10.60; 6. West, 1:21.78. 500 freestyle - 3. Richards, 6:48.17; 4. Walle, 7:10.73; 5. Ulley, 7:11.82. 200 freestyle relay - 2. Salina Central (DeHaven, Bellon, Hutchison, Conner), 1:42.89; 4. Sallna Central (Schwartz, Walker, Lllley, Richards), 2:00.64. 100 backstroke-- 4. Flenlhrope, 1:22.45; 5. Richards, 1:24.61; 6. West, 1:38,71. 100 breaststroke - 1. Betton, 1:08.87; 3. Schwartz, 1:19.36; 6. Guest, 1:29.02. 400 freestyle relay - 2. (Hutchison, Conner, Richards, DeHaven), 3:59.14; 4. (Walker, Ulley, Cosco, Richards), 4:32.87; 6. (Walle, Flenthrope, West, Dodds), 5:19.23. MANHATTAN 111, SALINA SOUTH 69 Sallna South results 200 medley relay - 2. (Gars!, Waters, Ko, B.Hodges), 1:57.82; 4. (Birdsong, Miller, Durst, Norris), 2:10.81. 200 freestyle - 3. Stewart, 2:16.17; 4. D.Patrick, 2:17.34. 200 Intermediate - 3. Banks, 2:42.18; 5. Durst, 2:57.89; 6. Schrader, 1:34.08. 5fl freestyle - 3. Ko, 25.58; 5. B.Hodges, 27.06; 6. Bott, 36.55. 100 butterfly - 3. Ko, 1:05.06; 5. Durst, 1:37.00; 6. Schrader, 1:44.08. 100 freestyle - 1. Garst, 51.69; 3. Birdsong, 1:00.62; 5. Norris, 1:01.29. 500 freestyle - 1. Waters, 5:38.45; 3. O.Patrick, 6:10.42; 5. S.Patrick, 7:31.41. 200 freestyle relay - 2. (B.Hodges, Waters, Stewart, Durst), 1:47.79; 3. (S.Hodges, Noiris, Lamia, Gable), 1:53.85. 100 backstroke - 1. Garst, 1:02.22; 3. Birdsong, 1:09.47; 5. Banks, 1:11.06. 100 breastslroke - 1. 2. Miller, 1:16.59; 4. Thomhlll, 1:19.66; 6. Gable, 1:23.05. 400 freestyle relay - 2, (Ko, B.Hodges, Waters, Garst), 3:40.98.; 3. (S.Hodges, Patrick, Birdsong, Stewart), 4:06.60. Golf Bob Hope Classic PALM DESERT, Call!. (AP) — Scores Wednesday after the first round of the $1.3 million Bob Hope Classic, playid on the par-72 (3636), 7,037-yard Indian Ridge CC; par-72 (3636), 6,927-yard Bermuda Dunes CC; par-72 (3636), 6,478-yard Indian Wells CC; and the par-72 (36-36), 6,881-yard Stamarisk CC: Mark Brooks Brian Kamm Donnle Hammond Jay Don Blake Mark Calcavecchla Lee Rinker Tom Kile Fullon Allem Mike Springer Jay Haas Andy Bean John Huston Carl Paulson 32-34—66 34-32—66 32-35-87 ,32-35-67 34-33—67 33-35-68 35-33-68 34-34—88 35-33-88 34-34—88 33-36-89 35-34-89 37-32—89 TNBA Bulls thrilled to still have Pippen in Chicago Team nearly traded star to Supersonics for Kemp two seasons ago Scripps Howard News Service The Chicago Bulls' 113-87 rout of Seattle last week recalled the Scottie Pippen-for-Shawn Kemp trade the two teams almost made on draft day, 1994. It was Sonics owner Barry Ackerley who backed out because of negative fan reaction to the rumor on his radio station, but it's the Bulls who are grateful. "It's a scary thought, isn't it?" said coach Phil Jackson. "I probably wouldn't be here," said Michael Jordan. "I'm pretty sure Seattle would be a better team. Chicago would still be rebuilding right now. That would have been a stupid trade." Instead, the Bulls are rolling along at 31-3 and on pace to break the NBA's single-season record of 69 wins, held by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers, while the Sonics are still trying to figure out how to get out of the first round of the playoffs. • PACK ATTACK: After a stunning start, point guard Robert Pack's season in Washington is looking a little like his last season in Denver. Against De- troit last week, he scored 14 points — all in the first quarter — and registered one assist. Bullets coach Jim Lynam was so displeased he benched him midway through the third quarter. The following day, Pack was injured in practice when he banged knees. Then Mark Price made his comeback from foot surgery. Pack can be a free agent this summer. "I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned about the way things are going for me," Pack said • BEATING THE BEST: The defending champs are rolling along atop the Midwest, but the Rockets' past two games against title contenders gave them reason for pause. The Bulls blew them out in Chicago, then San Antonio I torched them at the Summit. Coach Rudy Tomjanovich, who received a contract extension to the year 2000, shrugged it off. "I'm never going to panic with this team, considering the resiliency we've shown the-last two years," he said • CHARTING CEBALLOS: Cedric Ceballos of the Lakers recently became the seventh member of the class of 1990 to pass 5,000 points for his career. The others: Derrick Coleman, Gary Payton, Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Kendall Gill, Lionel Simmons and Terry Mills ... Payton, like New Jersey's Kenny* Anderson, can be a free agent this summer. "When it's July, it's a free-for-all," Payton said. "We'll look at every option." RADIO • TV Thursday, January 18 Television ...WGN, BASKETBALL 8 p.m. - Chicago at Toronto (NBA) 6:30 p.m. - Illinois at Iowa 8:30 p.m, - Colorado State at Utah 'I™™' • 8:30 p,m. - Arkansas at Memphis «£", 10:30 p.m. - UCLA at Arizona Slate tl p,m, - Utah State at Long Beach Slate GENERAL 10 a.m.- SportSoentat 5:30 p.m, - Sportscenter. '' 10 p.m, - Spojts Tonight 10 p.m. - Sporttcenter • 12:30 p.m. - Sports Latenlght 1:30 a.m. - Sportscenter cable 44 cable 38 cable 37 cable 38 cable 37 cable 39 Radio cable 38 sable 23 cable 38 cable 23 cable 38 .- ................... . KSAU,15,AM 8 p.m. -SIT second-round games ..................................................... K&AL, i ISO-AM , GENERAL 5:30 p.m. - KSAL Sports Talk Show .................................................. KSAL, 1150-AM SPORTS DIGEST Baseball _ _ • LOS ANGELES — First baseman John Jaha and the Milwaukee Brewers agreed Wednesday to a $1.05 million, one-year contract, more than four times his 1995 salary of $229,000. Jaha, 29, was eligible for salary arbitration for the first time. He hit a career-high .313 last season in 88 games, leading the Brewers with 20 homers and driving in 65 runs, third-best on the team. Jaha hit three grand slams last season, including one on opening day against the Chicago White Sox. • BALTIMORE — Pitcher Alan Mills and Baltimore agreed Wednesday to a $540,000, one-year contract and infielder Jeff Huson settled with the Orioles on a $320,000, one-year deal. Both players were eligible for arbitration. Mills, who took a 10 percent cut from $600,000, was expected to anchor the middle-relief corps last season, but he had a 7.43 ERA in 29 appearances before being sent to Triple-A Rochester on June 20. The 29-year-old right-hander played in two games, complained of pain in his arm and eventually underwent arthro- scopic surgery on his right shoulder on Aug. 30. Basketball • NEW YORK — Detroit's Grant Hill and Philadelphia's Jerry Stackhouse head a list of seven players entered Wednesday in the slam dunk contest conducted at the NBA All-Star weekend in San Antonio. Also scheduled to compete in the competition on Saturday, Feb. 10 are Darrell Armstrong of the Orlando Magic, Brent Barry of the Los Angeles Clippers, Doug Christie of the New York Knicks, Michael Finley of the Phoenix Suns and Greg Minor of the Boston Celtics. Each of the players will be in the slam dunk competition for the first time. • NEW YORK — Grant Hill of Detroit held to his lead after five weeks of fan balloting for the NBA All-Star game Feb. 11 in San Antonio. Final results will be announced next week. In balloting for Eastern Conference starters, Hill had 1,131,397 votes to 1,012,781 for Michael Jordan of Chicago, leading vote getter as East guard. Second in forward balloting to Hill was Scottie Pippen of Chicago with 968,654. • WORCESTER, Mass. — Doctors still don't know why Marcus Camby collapsed, but tests have ruled out heart trouble, and the top player for No. 1 Massachusetts is expected to be released from the hospital Thursday. There was no evidence of a brain tumor or stroke, and tests for drugs and toxic substances were negative, Dr. Gerald Steinberg, chief medical officer of University of Massachusetts Medical Center, said in a statement Wednesday. Camby collapsed after warming up for Sunday's game against St. Bonaventure at Olean, N.Y, He was unresponsive for 10 minutes before being taken to Olean General Hospital, where extensive tests were done. He was transferred Monday to UMass Medical Center for additional testing. Football • BOULDER, Colo. — When you have connections like Adam Bledsoe, it tends to lead to informed decisions. Bledsoe, the younger brother of New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe, has verbally committed to signing a national letter-of-intent on Feb. 7 to play for the Colorado Buffaloes. The younger Bledsoe said he selected Colorado over Vanderbilt and Washington State — where Drew played — mainly because of Buffs coach Rick Neuheisel. "He's one of the better quarterback coaches anywhere in the world, at least that's what I hear, " Adam Bledsoe said. • MOBILE, Ala. — Miami Dolphins defensive line coach Joe Greene will be replaced by Carolina Panthers assistant Gary Godette, one of three assistants hired by the club on Wednesday. The Dolphins also hired former Oklahoma State coach Pat Jones to coach tight ends and former Georgia Tech coach Bill Lewis as a. defensive coach. Greene, who spent the past four years with the Dolphins, said new coach Jimmy Johnson was gracious in giving him the news that he won't be retained. General • JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — A nian who says he was fired by East Tennessee State for alerting the NCAA about possible violations is suing the school for $1.5 million. Keith Tunnell worked in the sports information department from 1984 until he was fired in January 1995 with no reason given. The lawsuit was filed late Tuesday in Johnson City Law Court. The defendants are East Tennessee State, president Roy Nicks, former athletic director Janice Shelton and Jack Carpenter, legal assistant to Nicks. Tunnell is seeking $500,000 in compensatory-damages and $1 million in punitive damages. 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