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C2 FRIDAY. JANUARY .19, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Football NFL postseason All times CST Wild-card round Buffalo 37, Miami 22 Philadelphia 56, 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 36, Green Bay 27 Super Bowl At Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, Ariz. Sunday, Jan. 28 Pittsburgh (14-4) vs. Dallas (14-4), 5:20 p.m. Pro Bowl At Aloha Stadium Honolulu Sunday, Feb. 4 AFC vs. NFC Hockey NHL standings All times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pta GF GA NY 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 18 7 "45 131 150 New Jersey 19 22 4 42 116 115 NY Islanders 12 23 8 32 125 161 Northeast Division Pittsburgh 28 14 3 59 218 149 Montreal 21 18 6 48 139 140 Boston . 19 17 6 44 149 152 Buffalo 18 23 3 39 129 145 Hartford 17 23 5 39 118 138 Ottawa 8 34 1 17 97 173 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Ms GF GA Detroit 32 9 3 67 164 95 Chicago 23 15 9 55 156 130 Toronto 22 17 7 51 145 135 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 16 17 11 43 163 151 Los Angeles 16 19 11 43 158 155 Calgary 16 22 9 41 138 150 Edmonton 17 23 6 40 126 177 Anaheim 16 26 5 37 133 160 San Jose 10 32 4 24 141 211 Wednesday's results Detroit 3, Colorado 2 Hartford 6, NY 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 4, Anaheim 1 Thursday's results No games scheduled Friday's games No games scheduled Saturday's game All-star game at Boston, 7 p.m, Basketball Chicago • 21 17 29 25—92 Toronto 20 25 19 25—89 3-Pplnl goals^-Chlcago 10-21 (Jordan 4-6, Plppett 3-4, Kerr 2-4, Harper 1-1, Kukoc 0-2, Buechter 0-2), Toronto 5-16 (Stoudamlre 34, Murray 2-3, Miller 0-1, Anderson 0-3, Robertson 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 47 (Rodman 13), Toronto 50 (Massenburg 8). Assists—Chicago 17 (Plppen, Rodman 4), Toronto 18 (Stoudamlre 12). Total fouls-Chicago 11, Toronto 23. A—36,116 (34,215). PISTONS 100, SPURS 98 SAN ANTONIO (98) Person 4-15 0-011, Perdue 1-3 04 2, Robinson 11-25 15-18 37, Del Negro 8-12 0-0 18, Johnson 7-13 1-2 16, Alexander 2-3 0-0 4, Rivers 1-4 2-2 5, Herrera 0-1 04 0, Lohaus 2-5 04 5. Totals 364118-22 98. DETROIT (100) Hill 7-20 54 19, Thorpe 12-21 1-2 25, Reid 22 0-2 4, Hunter 2-5 04 6, Houston 12-19 3-4 28, West 1-4042, Dumars441-111, RaMO-21- 2 1, Mills 0-2 44 4, Macon O-1'O-O 0. Totals 4064 15-23 100. San Antonio 26 29 19 24— 98 Detroit 19 31 19 31—100 3-Polnt goals—San Antonio 8-23 (Person 311, Del Negro 2-3, Johnson 1-1, Rivers 1-3, Lohaus 1-4, Alexander 0-1)', Detroit 5-12 (Hunter 24, Dumars 2-5, Houston 1-2, Macon 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—San Antonio 45 (Perdue 14), Detroit 56 (Thorpe 12). Assists—San Antonio 26 (Johnson 7), Detroit 23 (Hill, Houston 8). Total fouls—San Antonio 17, Detroit 22. A— 20,112(21,454). CELTICS 108, ROCKETS 106 BOSTON (108) Fox 8-12 0-0 16, Radja 9-175-7 23, Montross 5-9 0-010, Day 4-12 2-212, Wesley 4-71-411, Ellison 1-3 04 2, Barros 3-73-410, Minor 4-10 0-0 6, Lister 1-2 0-1 2, D.Brown 6-122-214. Totals 45-91 13-20108. HOUSTON (106) Breaux 2-6 0-0 4, C.Brown 1-3 0-0 2, Olajuwon 20-3711-14 51, Drexler 7-15 54 21, K.Smlth 210 0-0 5, Bryant 4-5 04 8, Recasner 5-11 04 13, Chilcutt 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 42-9018-20108. Boston 39 28 17 24—108 Houston 25 29 32 20—106 3-Point goals—Boston 5-15 (Wesley 2-2, Day 2-8, Barros 1-2, D.Brown 0-3), Houston 6-19 (Recasner 3-6, Drexler 2-7, K.Smith 1-5, Breaux 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Boston 54 (Radja 8), Houston 51 (Olajuwon 14). Assists— Boston 31 (Fox 9), Houston 21 (Drexler 6). Total fouls—Boston 21, Houston 21. A—16,285 (16,611). NBA standings All times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Men's scores Orlando New York Washington Miami New Jersey Boston Philadelphia Chicago Indiana Cleveland Detroit Atlanta Charlotte Milwaukee Toronto L 9 13 19 19 21 22 28 W 28 23 18 17 15 15 7 Central Division 33 3 22 14 19 16 19 16 19 17 17 19 15 22 10 28 Pet .757 .472 .417 .405 .200 .917 .611 .543 .543 .528 .472 .405 .263 GB 4% 10 10'A 12% 13 20 11 13% 13% 14 16 18% 24 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division San Antonio Houston Utah Denver Dallas Minnesota Vancouver W 25 27 22 16 11 10 7 Pacific Division 26 10 20 13 20 17 18 18 16 22 L 10 12 13 22 24 26 29 Pet .714 .692 .629 .421 .314 .278 .194 GB 3 10% 14 15% 18% .722 .606 .540 .500 .421 .412 .405 4% 6% 8 11 11 11% Seattle Sacramento LA Lakers Portland Golden State Phoenix 14 20 LA Clippers 15 22 Wednesday's results Milwaukee 11 I.Philadelphia 100 Miami 96, Washington 89 New Jersey 97, Charlotte 93 Atlanta 102, Indiana 93 Orlando 113, Phoenix 95 Minnesota 98, Golden Stale 88 Houston 120, Denver 112 New York 92, LA Clippers 81 Thursday's results Chicago 92, Toronto 89 Detroit 100, San Antonio 98 Milwaukee 100, Golden State 96 Boston 108, Houston 106 Cleveland at Vancouver, (n) Portland at Sacramento, (n) Friday's games Allanta at Philadelphia. 6:30 p.m. New Jersey vs. Washington at Baltimore, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Indiana. 6:30 p.m. Charlotte at Miami, 7 p.m. San Antonio'at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Boston at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Orlando at Utah, 8 p.m. Phoenix at Portland, 9 p.m. New York at Seattle, 9 p.m. LA Lakers at LA Clippers, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores BULLS 92, TORONTO 89 CHICAGO (92) Pippen 6-16 1-516, Rodman 44 0-2 8, Longley 34 0-2 6, Jordan 14-28 6-8 38, Harper 34 1-2 8, Wenninglon 0-2 2-2 2, Kukoc 1-4 3-4 5, Kerr 3-7 1-1 9, Buechler 0-2 0-0 0, Brown 0-1 000. Totals 34-78 14-26 92. TORONTO (89) Anderson 4-9 0-0 8, Massenburg 6-9 5-5 17, Tabak 4-6 1-1 9, Robertson 2-10 0-0 4, Sloudamire 11-22 1-2 26, Pinckney 2-4 1-2 5, Murray 6-10 0-0 14, Miller 3-7 0-0 6. Totals 38778-1089. EAST Boston U. 73, Hofstra 61 Caldwell 69, Nyack 64 Colby-Sawyer 84, Mlddlebury 81 Cortland St. 85, Utka81 Dominican, N.Y. 78, Teikyo-Post 59 Drexel 87, Northeastern 65 Edlnboro117,OhioValley69 Falrfleld 75, Manhattan 65 Hartford 79, Delaware 77 lona 87, Loyola, Md. 62 John Jay 75, Baruch49 Malne-Farmlngton 101, Plymouth St. 89 Marshall 91, West Virginia 87 Mount St. Man/, N.Y. 74, St. Joseph's, LI. 63 Mount St. Vincent 72, Old Westbury 66 N.J. Tech 91, Centenary, N.J. 52 Phila. Pharmacy 80, Holy Family 71 Rochester Tech 92, Houghton 83 Salem St. 89. Tufts 69 St. John Fisher 87, Ithaca 75 St. Joseph's, Maine 93, New England 77 St. Thomas Aquinas 62, Lehman 46 Towson St. 69, Vermont 67 Vassar 77, N.Y. Maritime 66 Wheaton 65, Elon 57 SOUTH Auburn-Montgomery 120, Selma 83 Bellarmine 74, Wis.-Parkside 57 Belmont83, LambuthSS Bethel, Tenn. 83, Martin Methodist 79 Birmingham-Southern 86, Athens St. 67 Bluefleld Coll. 76, Montreal-Anderson 72 Campbell 69, Fla. International 66 Centenary 94, Jacksonville St. 85 Charleston Southern 86, Winthrop 69 Clark Allanta 97, Tuskegee 83 ,Clinch Valley 95, King, Tenn. 92,20T Coll. ot Charleston 81, Florida Atlantic 56 Coppin St. 71, Bethune-Cookman 55 Covenant 76, Tenn. Temple 72 Davidson 56, N.C. Charlotte 47 Duke 71, N.Carolina St. 70 Emory S Henry 84, Washington & Lee 73 Faulkner 63, West Alabama 52 Florida A&M 74, Howard U. 65 Fort Valley St. 66, Savannah St. 57 Georgetown, Ky. 81, Union, Ky. 62 LaGrange 88, Piedmont 87 Lewls76,Ky.Wesleyan75 Lipscomb 100, Freed-Hardeman 78 Lynchburg 92, E. Mennonfte 75 Man/mount, Va. 77, York, Pa. 73 McNeese St. 72, Texas-Arlington 65 Mercer 67, Cent. Florida 65 Milligan 103, Alice Lloyd 79 N. Kentucky 83, St. Joseph's, Ind. 60 N.C. Central 76, N. Carolina A&T 70 N.C.-Greensboro 65, N.C.-Asheville 64 New Orleans 70, Louisiana Tech 45 Nlcholls St. 67, North Texas 62 Pfeitfer77, Erskine47 Pikeville 87, Berea 83 Queens. N.C. 74, Mount Olive 68 Radford 66, Md.-Baltlmore County 48 SE Louisiana 76, Samford 70,20T SW Louisiana 82, Lamar 69 SW Texas St. 61, NE Louisiana 56 Shaw 61, Livingstone 52 South Alabama 55, Arkansas St. 52 SI. Augustine's 70, Fayerieville St. 69 Sletson 73, Georgia St. 61 Tenn. Wesleyan 65, Bryan 58 Texas-San Antonio 62. NW Louisiana 56 Trevecca Nazarene 72, Christian Brothers 70 Union, Tenn. 75, Cumberland, Tenn. 65 Virginia Tech 63, Dayton 62 Virginia Union 76, Norfolk St. 60 William Carey 71. Loyola, NO 57 Xavier, NO 52, Spring Hill 46 MIDWEST Barat 72, Judson 66 Butler 67, Loyola, III. 59 Cent. St., Ohio 79, Mich.-Dearbom 76 Grand Valley St. 98, Northwd, Mich. 60 Hillsdale 77, Ferris St. 72 Indianapolis 77, Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 56 Iowa 82. Illinois 79 Michigan Tech 80, Mercyhurst 45 Mount Vemon Nazarene 94, La Roche 81 N. Illinois 76, Cleveland St. 62 Rio Grande 64, Rndlay 74 S.Indiana 116, Quincy 87 Spring Arbor 87, Siena Heights 82 Thomas More 82, Asbury 68 Urbana 84, Tiffin 71 Wis.-Green Bay 67, Wis.-Milwaukee 54 SOUTHWEST Arkansas Tech 73. Harding 67, OT Cent. Arkansas 97, Ark.-Monticello 91 E. New Mexico 91, Texas A&M-Kingsville 87 E. Texas Baptist 90, Jams Christian 77 E. Texas St. 97, Cent. Oklahoma 91 Oklahoma City 87, Wayland Baptist 60 Phillips 69, Lubbock Christian 64 S. Nazarene 65, John Brown 63 SE Oklahoma 92, Cameron 66 W. Kentucky 68, Texas-Pan American 50 FAR WEST Arizona 93, Southern Cal 61 Brigham Young 84, Wyoming 75 Women's scores EAST Amherst 76, Clarke 74 FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 BASKETBALL Sallna Invitational Tournament, 3:15 p.m. Oklahoma women at Kansas, 7 p.m. Oklahoma State women at Kansas State, 7 p.m. WRESTLING Sallna South at Beloll, 3:15 p.m. Sallna Central at Hays, 3 p,m. B!nghamtonSt.48,EMa47 Caldwell 68, Georgian Court 63 Connecticut 67, Notre Dame 64 Dayton 61, Fordham 58 Dickinson 81, Gettysburg 40 Dominican, N.Y. 52, TeikyoPost 36. George Washington 55, St. Joseph's 41 Goucher 69, Catholic U. 61 Hunter 84, Lehman 50 Ithaca 67, Roberts Wesleyan 64 Johns Hopkins 62, Franklin & Marshall 44 Maine-Farmlngton 65, Malne-Machlas 64 Mary Washington 91, Gallaudet 70 Marywood 67, Wllkes 59 Md.-Balllmore County 60, Charleston South- em 52 Monmouth, N.J. 78, Falrielgh Dickinson 68 Rowan 74, Salisbury St. 39 Scranlon 65, Drew 42 St. Francis, NY 75, Long Island U. 53 St. Francis, Pa. 73, Mount St. Mary's, Md. 68 St. Joseph's, Maine 74, New England 70 St. Rose 88, Molloy 77 W. Maryland 53, Washington, Md. 50 Wagner 71, Marist 64 Wesley 83, Lincoln, Pa. 24 West Virginia 76, Marshall 71 Williams 75, Vassar 42 SOUTH Auburn-Montgomery 151, Selma 48 Bellarmine 91, Wls.-Parkslde 46 Belmonl 80, Lambuth 67 Bethune-Cookman 69, Coppin SI. 61 Bowie St. 59, Virginia St. 56 Brescia 95, Asbury 52 Campbell 66, Cent. Florida 58 Campbellsvllle 74, Cumberland, Ky. 46 Clark Atlanta 91, Tuskegee 53 Edward Waters 84, Webber 68 Fayetteville St. 76, St Augustine's 69 Ra. International 68, Jacksonville St. 55 Florida A&M 85, Howard U. 64, OT Fort Valley St. 101, Savannah St. 41 Lewis 63, Ky. Wesleyan 57 Lipscomb 87, Freed-Hardeman 70 Longwood 63, Ersklne 32 Martin Methodist 92, Bethel, Tenn. 75 Marymounl, Va. 82, York, Pa. 56 McNeese St. 59, Texas-Arlington 49 Mobile 63, Belhaven 46 N. Carolina A&T 61, N.C. Central 53 N. Kentucky 65, St. Joseph's, Ind. 61 New Orleans 83, SW Louisiana 41 Norfolk St. 58, Virginia Union 37 Randolph-Macon 65, Bridgewater.Va. 57 S. Carolina St. 66, Hampton U. 64 SE Louisiana 82, Florida Atlantic 64 SW Texas St. 71. NE Louisiana 59 Stetson 80, Coll. of Charleston 59 Union, Tenn. 92, Cumberland, Tenn. 65 West Alabama 65, Talladega 61 Xavier, NO 77, Spring Hill 45 MIDWEST Cent. St., Ohio 66, Mount St. Joseph 57 Drake 83, Indiana St. 69 Flndlay 89, Urbana 54 Grand Valley St. 87, Northwd, Mich. 62 Hamllne 64, Carieton 55 Ill-Chicago 81, Detroit 71 Illinois St. 88, Crelghton 69 Ind.-Pur.-lndpls. 78, Franklin 63 Indianapolis 90, Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 84 Lake Superior St. 89, Ashland 81 Michigan Tech 66, Mercyhurst 46 Penn St. 68, Purdue 66, OT Tri-State 55, Aquinas 48 Walsh 82, Mount Vemon Nazarene 56 SOUTHWEST S. Nazarene 99, John Brown 64 SE Oklahoma 104, Cameron 70 Tarieton St. 69, Midwestern St., Texas 55 Wayland Baptist 100, Oklahoma City 72 Wiley 65, Paul Qulnn 76 FAR WEST ' Colorado Mines 71, Fort Lewis 51 Montana St-BIIUngs 75, Portland St. 47 Regis 72, S. Colorado 56 UC Riverside 52, CS Dominguez Hills 51 College women BETHANY 65, COLORADO COLLEGE 41 Bethany (11-2) Eilert 0-1 0-0 0, Newcomer 2-2 0-0 5, Magnelt 5-7 6416, Rolfs 4-10 0-0 9, Cox 1-7 4-4 6, Stuart 2-7 0-0 4, Soukup 1 -1 0-0 2, Lager 2-4 0-0 4, Burd 0-10-00, Holzwarth 0-4 2-2 2, Gregory 37 2-2 8, Bimey 1-1 0-0 2, Ptacek 3-40-07 Robinson 0-1 0-1 0, Vandercook 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 24-58 14-15 65. Colorado College (2-17) Calhoun 3-6 0-0 6, Benner 2-8 0-0 4, Johnson 3-19 6-613, Wagner 0-2 0-0 0, Goehrig 0-6 0-0 0, Killeen 1-11-2 3, Kafoury 7-17 0-0 15. Totals 16-597441. Halftime score - Bethany, 25-17.3-polnt goals - B 3-5 (Rolfs 1, Newcomer 1, Ptacek 1), CC 2 14 (Kafoury 1, Johnson 1). Rebounds - B 45 (Placek 6), CC 34 (Calhoun 8). Assists - B 18 (Eilert 6), CC 6 (Johnson 4). Total fouls - B 9 CC 12. Fouled out - none. Turnovers - B 20, CC 23. Technical fouls - Bethany bench; Colorado College bench. Juco women Wednesday's game COLBY 79, BROWN MACKIE 48 Brown Mackle (10-9) Hance 2-3 2-6 6, Albright 3-5 2-4 8, Wilson 1 2 0-1 2, Harrison 04 0-1 0, Hines 5-14 9-14 19 Cooper 3-7 0-0 6, Johnston 0-0 34 3, Mitchell 1 5 0-0 2, Redding 1-3 0-3 2, Wallace 0-2 0-1 0 Totals 16-47 16-34 48. Colby (104) Clore 0-1 3-4 3, Priselac 2-3 4-4 8, M.Lopez 1 6 0-2 2, Raile 0-1 0-0 0, B.Lopez 5-11 2-2 13 Mapp 2-3 0-0 6,Zon 0-1 04 0, McGaugh 4-81 3 9, Davis 7-13 7-12 21, Cook 1 -31 -2 3, Hess 2 30-04, Livingston 3-4 3-1010. Totals 27-57 21 3979. Halttime score - Colby, 38-26.3-point goals BM 0-1, C 4-12 (Mapp 2, B.Lopez, Livingston] Rebounds - BM 48 (Hance, Albright 6), C 4 (Cook 12). Total fouls - BM 28, C 28. Fouled ou - Harrison, Redding (BM), M.Lopez, Mapp (C Turnovers-BM 24, C 13. High school scores Results of games played Thursday: BOYS Atwood 69, Republican Valley, Neb. 50 BV North 73, Buhler 61 Brewster66, KCSchlagle61 Cambridge, Neb. 66, Oberiin 53 Chapman 56, Winfield 47 (ot) Circle 40, Maize 39 Conway Springs 68, Chaparral 50 Dundy County, Neb. 62, St. Francis 47 Emporia 67, Hesston 49 Enid, Okla. 102, Scott City 41 Goddard 70, Derby 55 Great Bend 55, Newton 53 Hays 56, Wichita Heights 50 Hoxie 80, Hemdon 67 Hulchinson 47, Dodge City 45 Junction City 58, Ponca City, Okla. 41 KC Washington 80, Topeka High 78 (ot) Lawrence 57, Topeka Hayden 31 Liberal 75, Colby JV 46 McPherson 81, TMP-Marian 72 Salina Central 2, Russell 0 (forfeit) Satanta 74, Ingalls 40 SE Saline 84, Abilene 74 Topeka Highland Park 61, Wichita West 55 Tuls'a Will Rogers, Okla. 61, Topeka Ulysses ,Goodland53 Valley Center 56, BV Stlfwell 53 WestS! Wichita East 77, Pratt 53 Wichita Campus 2, Clearwater 0 (forfeit) Wlchtta Collegiate 82, El Dorado 66 Wichita Kapaun 54, Wellington 51 Wichita South 71, Betoft 45 • . GIRLS :laylon,N.M.73,ColbyJV44 Dundy County, Neb. 71, St. Francis 56 Goodland 50, Liberal 45 (ot) Hoxle 69, Hemdon 27 McCook, Neb. 37, Ulysses 25 Moscow 38, Ingalls 31 High school boys BLUESTEM CLASSIC CHAPMAN 56, WINFIELD 47 (ot) hapman ,6 16 10 12 12 - 56 Meld 6 8 11 19 3-47 Chapman - Heller 4, Edwards 6, Kohman 3, aul 13, Will 9, Adams 9, VenDeCreek 12. Winfield - Wheatcroft 7, Frazler 2, Vargas 10, ohnson 2, Hutto 22, Lowe 4. SALINA INVITATIONAL se SALINE 84, ABILENE 74 Southeast of Saline (44)' Fouls 4-7 3-512, Thlel 4-9 4-514, Buschbom 12 64 21, Folster 1-42-2 4, Tr.Douglas 6-8 416, Harfan 5-71-111, Th.Douglas 1-4 2-2 4, oss M 0-0 2. Totals 28-52 22-27 84. Abilene (44) Reynolds 3-71-3 8, Racy 7-10 0-214, Saffell 3-10 3-4 10, Vincent 4-12 2-310, Lemon 11-19 -2 23, Biggs. 1-1 54 7, Wyatt M 2-2 2, Bright M 00 0. Totals 294014-22 74. Southeast ot Saline 14 23 20 27-64 bllene 15 15 19 25 - 74 3-point goals - SES 6-9 (Buschbom 3, Thlel 2, outs 1); A 2-10 (Reynolds 1, Saffell 1). Rebounds - SES 35 (Tr.Douglas, Th.Douglas 7); A 9 (Vincent 7). Turnovers - SES 16, A17. Total ouls - SES 20, A 23. Fouled out - none. VALLEY CENTER TOURNAMENT JUNCTION CITY 68 PONCA CITY, OKLA. 41 oncaCHy 6121013 — 41 unction City 4 16 15 21 — 56 Ponca City — Anderson 4, Parsons 2, Chanler 2, Wayne 7, Locked 5, Sanders 3, Guess 2, lackbum 1, Hoover 6, Frankentleld 9. Junction City—Hill 9, Avent 7, Ruffin 12, Cop- In 3, Price 23, Pee 2, Stephens 2. ENID, OKLA. 102, SCOTT CITY 41 ScottCity 8 9 10 14- 41 nld 23 24 28 24 - 102 Scott City - Center 2, Trout 1, Francis 4, Britt- lan 10, Gnierer 7, Edwards 2, Crist 11, Walker 2, Miller 2. Enid - Beech 12, Miller 12, Ruth 12, Glover 5, ones 4, Williams 8, Holt 8, Rutzlaff 6, Shods 12, evy19. TOPEKA INVITATIONAL KC WASHINGTON 80, TOPEKA HIGH 78 (ot) C Washington 16 24 21 13 4-80 opekaHigh 20 21 15 20 2-78 KC Washington - Al-Ugdeh 14, Evans 11, Vatson 23, J.Vaughn 2, Horn 16, C.Vaughn 11. Topeka High - Bowen 13, Fulton 8, Durbln 12, Carter 4, Ramirez 14, James 2, Rose 4, Sanders II. OBERLIN INVITATIONAL ATWOOD 69 REPUBLICAN VALLEY NEB. 50 Republican Valley 16131011-50 Atwood 18241314-69 Republican Valley - Ruggles 2, Reinus 8, Bortner 7, Rodeveal 2, Haag 20, Ryan 1, Tiller 2, KiskerS. Atwood-Kastens 1, Wells 17, Kelly 4, Horfnek 20, Miller 6, Schnee 10, Peterson 11. CAMBRIDGE NEB. 68, OBERLIN 53 Oberlln 16 11 14 12-53 Cambridge 22 16 It 17-66 Oberlln - Carr 7, Ketteri 7, Roe 6, Post 19, Ganje 5, Wilson 9. Cambridge - Miller 2, Houghtelling 26, Shlfflet 21,Deterdlng7, MollringlO. DUNDY COUNTY, NEB. 62, ST. FRANCIS 57 Dundy County 15131321-62 St, Francis 10 22 16 9-57 Dundy County - Homer 6, G.Fries 4, J.Frtes 14, Blair 8, Blecha 6, McVey 4, Miner 20. St. Francis - Schultz 2, Young 3, Poling 14, Davis 13, K.Faylor 5, B.Faylor 15, McAtee 5. HOXIE 80, HERNDON 67 Hoxie 10222226-80 Hemdon 12 16 22 17-67 Hoxie - Tlce 7, Hague 15, Randolph 8, Rath 14, Delnes 17, Caldwell 10, Meyer 4, Mauch 5. Hemdon - Fisher 6, Bergllng 19, Martinzer 11 Rippe 14, Penna 17. ORANGE & BLACK CLASSIC LIBERAL 75, COLBY JV 46 Liberal 25 16 16'16-75 Colby JV . 10101016-46 Liberal - Williams 2, Haskell 2, Brooks 2 Jones 16, Undberg 4, Hill 14, Oehme 4, Rose 21,Comelson2, FallesS. Colby JV - Stover 10, Sheets 6, Nellson 14 Epp 2, Fikan 2, Harter 2, Cassaw 10. ULYSSES 58, GOODLAND 53 Ulysses 13 10 9 26 - 58 Goodland 16 6 13 18 - 53 Ulysses - Battln 10, Bell 13, Britten 14, Akag 2,Hemn!gh10,Keller2,Gee7. Goodland - George 21, Way 10, Jamison 4 Heble1,McKee9, Harrison 8. MCPHERSON INVITATIONAL MCPHERSON si, TMP-MARIAN 72 McPherson 13 27 18 23-81 TMP-Marian 14 13 19 26-72 McPherson - Pyle 2, Brown 8, Alexander 11 Turner 2, Johnson 19, Fielder 3, Marten 12 Kanitz 1, Schulthelss 3, Sears 12. TMP-Marlan - Rohr 11, Berens 6, Brenner Wolf 6, Dinkel 9, Gottschalk 5, Doerfler 9, Wile 16, Legleiter 2, Leiher 4. High school girls OBERLIN INVITATIONAL CAMBRIDGE, NEB. 83, OBERLIN 44 Oberiin 8 13 5 18 - 44 Cambridge 31 18 12 22 - B Oberlln - Elwood 2, Fraker 6, Dejmal 5, Marti 2, V.Castle 11, Stanley 4, Uehlin 3, C.Castle 6 Nichols 5. Cambridge- Harding 1, Ahlmeyer 19, Langle 2, Kublk 23, Johnson 9, Slanton 7, Knulson Peterson 6, Phillips 12. DUNDY COUNTY NEB. 71, ST. FRANCIS 56 St. Francis 13 10 15 18-56 Dundy County ' 8 20 20 23-71 SL Francis - Undsten 5, Stevens 2, Day 2, Murphy 13, Elliott 7, Halpln 2, Schleld 12, Duquette 13. ' Dundy County - Fries 1, Jones 14, Hayward 10, Phlpps 23, Guernsey 6, Watklns 1, Vandyke 14. HOXIE 69, HERNDON 27 Hemdon 946 8-27 Hoxle 25 14 16 12-69 Hemdon - Settler 1, Steele 20, LeRner 4, Rippe 2. Hoxle - K. Campbell 2, Ochs 4, Alstrom 10, Campbell 4, A.WIIIIamB 4, Andregg 11, Balnler , S.WIiliams 4, Schlelke 4, Schafler 7, Cooper ATWOOD 47 REPUBLICAN VALLEY, NEB. 45 (wood 11 18 8 12 - 47 epubltean Valley 71512.11-45 Atwood - Chrfetman 6, Bryant 4, Carr 6, HOT- nB, Schmidt e,Miller11,Hlgley 2, Republican Valley - V.McConvllle 2, Brooks 8, rown 8, Stritt 20, K.McCorwille 7. ORANGE 4 BLACK TOURNAMENT CLAYTON, N.M. 73, COLBY JV 44 ayton • 18 20 15 20'— 73 olbyJV 4 19 14 7 — 44 Clayton — Pbdzemny 26, Raska 1, Wyoey 7, ackwell 8, Carter 1, Gutierrez 14, Shields 2, Mams 10, Spoon 4. Colby JV — Mannebach 10, Murray 4, Hanck 2, Cook 3, Warta 16, Johnson 6. GOODLAND 50, LIBERAL 45 (ot) oodland 8 11 8 16 7 -50 Liberal 13 8 16 6 2-45 Goodland - Hallagln 17, Duell 4, Burr 2, chlelds 2, Mella 6, Brazda 3, Damauer 1, Keck i, Liberal - Durbln 4, Thompson 12, Fitzgerald 8, .atmon 4, Noringer 11, Mosburg 6. Tennis y Don Blake lob Gilder Scott Hoch .urtls Strange ohn Huston ,arl Paulson atrlck Burke JmarUrestl esper Pamevlk .any Mlze oody Austin avid Toms ruce Uetzke kibLohr yHaas oug Martin ark O'Meara urIByrum llardPniltt edTryba . effSluman teve Jones avid Edwards ustln Leonard Wrestling High school ST. FRANCIS 57, SCOTT CITY 24 103 - G.Jenkins, SF, pinned Vincent; 112 -. .Jenkins, SF, pinned Hendrtx; 119 - S.Wilson, F, pinned Berry; 125 - K.Qable, SF'plnned tormont; 130 - Moore, SF, dec. Wren; 135 .Gable, SF, pinned Andrasek; 140 - Rate, SF, nned Holloway; 145 - Tankersley, SC, pinned orrence; 152 - Bellinger, SC, pinned Andrews; 60 - Krien, SF, pinned Davis; 171 -Ralnbolt, F, won by forfeit; 169 - Sleele, SC, pinned Mi; 215 - Keller, SF, won by forfeit,- 275 - uppes, SC, pinned Ferguson. Australian Open SEEDED PLAYERS RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — How the eeded players fared Thursday In the Australian Tpen; .,. • MEN Second Round Pete Sampras (1), Tampa, Fla.. del. Michael oyce, Santa Monica, Calif., 34,6-3,6-4,6-4. Boris Becker (4), Germany, del. Thomas Jo- ansson, Sweden, 44,34,6-2,6-1,6-4. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (6), Russia, def. Alex Corolla, Spain, 6-1,8-2,6-3. Thomas Enqrlst (7), Sweden, def. Adrian olnea, Romania, 6-4,6-4,6-1. Goran Ivanisevic (10), Croatia, del. SebastJen Lareau, Canada, 6-4,6-4,6-4. Malival Washington, Ponle Vedra Beach, Fla., del. Amaud Boetsch (12), France, 6-4,6-1,34, -1. WOMEN Second Round ConchHa Martinez (2), Spain, def. Borenda Labat, Argentina, 6-2,6-4. Elena Ukhovtseva, Russia, del. Mary Pierce 4), France, 6-4,6-4. Mana Endo, Japan, del. Klmlko Date (5), apan, 6-2,14,8-4. Anke Huber (8), Germany, def. Asa Carisson, Sweden, 6-1,6-2. Lindsay Davenport (10), Mimiela, Calif., del Rennae Slubbs, Australia, 74 (7-5), 6-3. Brenda Schultz-McCarthy (11), Netherlands def. Shl-TIng Wang, Taiwan, 6-4,34,6-3. Amanda Coetzer (16), South Africa, def Sablne Hack, Germany, 6-1,6-1. FEATURED MATCHES SCHEDULE MELBOURNE, Australia (AP)—The schedule of matches Friday on the show courts and others nvoMng seeded players In the Australian Open All Times CST Play begins at 5:45 p.m. Thursday Michael Chang (5), Henderson, Nev., vs. Gull laume Raoux, France Karin Kschwendt, Germany, vs. Gabriel. Sabatlnl (6), Argentina Steve Bryan, Katy, Texas, vs. Andre Agass [2), Las Vegas Monica Seles (1), Sarasota, Fla., vs. Julie Halard-Decugls, France Jim Courier (8), Miami, vs. Todd Woodbridge Australia Aranlxa Sanchez Vicarlo (3), Spain, vs. San dra Cade, Bradenton, Fla. Jean-Philippe Fleurlan, France, vs. Richard Krajlcek (11), Netherlands Nicole Arendt, Gainesville, Fla., vs. Mary Joe Fernandez (9), Key Biscayne, Fla. Alexandra Fusal, France, vs. Iva Majoli (7 Croatia Al Sugtyama, Japan, vs. Naoko Sawamatsu (15), Japan Nlcklas Kulti, Sweden, vs. Thomas Muster (3) Austria Todd Martin (15), Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., vs Jonas BJorkman, Sweden Chanda Rubin (13), Lafayette, La., vs. Lau rence Courtols, Belgium Golf erry Kelly sandy Lyle oeOzak! «ott McCarron elth Fergus avidDuval elerJacobsen II Morgan Ike Helnen ommy Armour 111 len Day dan Hennlnger tuart Appleby lien Doyle .any Nelson - ohn Inman Wayne Lev) Bobby Wadkins teve Pale hanleRymet leve Lowery *e Standly rlan Claar ohnCook Guy Boras edSchuIz tobln Freeman an Baleman ImHerron ommyTota ranklln Langham enny Perry ean Murphy ohn Wilson HughW. Royer off Gallagher Javld Ogrin .anny Wadkins Rick Fehr larco Dawson Neal Lancaster 3llryAndrade IlkMassengale PGA scores PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) — Scores Thu'rs day alter the second round ot the $1.3 mlllio Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, played on th 7,037-yard, par-72 Indian Ridge CC; 6,927-yard par-72 Bermuda Dunes CC; 6,476-yard, par-7 Indian Wells CC: and the 6,881-yard, par-7 Tamarisk CC: PaulGoydos 69-64—13. Mark Brooks 6646—134 Brian Kamm 66-66—134 John Adams 69*6—13. MarkCalcavecchla 67-88—135 Andy Bean 6947—136 Payne Stewart . 71-65—136 Tom Kite 68-68—136 Brad Bryant 71-65—136 Fulton Allem 68-68—136 Donnle Hammond • 67-69—136 Pete Jordan 70-67—13 JeffMaggert 6948—13 Dave Stockton 7048—138 LeeRlnker 68-70—135 Robert Game* 7147—13S Nolan Henke 6949—13! Andrew Magee 7147—13B MarkWIebe 7048—131 Scon Gump 6949—138 Fred Couples 7247—13 Mike Springer 68-71—13 Jim Fuiyk 7247—13 Jay Delslng 69-70—13 JoeAcostaJr. 7148—13 67-72—139 7049-139 7049—139 7149-140 69-71—140 69-71-140 7248-140 70-70-140 7248—140 7246-140 7446—140 7149-140 69-T1—140 7248-140 68-72—140 7346-141 7546—141 71-70-141 7346—141 71-70-141 69-72—141 69-72—141 70-71—141 71-70—141 72-69-141 70-71-141 7249-141 70-71-141 7448—142 7448—142 70-72-142 72-70—142 71-71—142 70-72—142 7349-142 72-70—142 71-71-142 73-69—142 70-72-142 72-70—142 70-73—143 72-71—143 73-70—143 70-73-143 70-73—143 7449—143 73-70—143 70-73—143 71-72—143 72-71-143 70-73—143 71-72—143 72-72—144 73-71—144 71-73-144 73-71—144 7549—144 73-71—144 73-71-144 72-72—144 75-70-145 72-73—145 7649-145 7847—145 73-72—145 7649—145 74-71—145 74-71—145 RADIO • TV Recreation SPR scores MEN'S BASKETBALL League 6 - Philips Lighting 100, Raytheon 51; ayhawks 71, Applebee's 42; Sluny Dogs 63, KSU-SalinaCats43. League 7 - Bowmans Custodial 86, On-Une Golf 62; The Lane Violatore 2, KSU-Sallna Bud ioys 0 (forfeit); Competitors 86, Summit Pro- lucers 55. General Transactions BASEBALL American League NEW YORK YANKEES-Agreed to terms with ilm Leyritz, catcher, on a two-year contract, and Andy Croghan, pitcher, on a one-year contract TEXAS RANGERS—Agreed to terms with Mark Brandenburg, Chris Curtis, Jetl Davis, Kerry Lacy, Danny Patterson, Tim Rumer, and Danny Smith, pitchers, and Terrell Lowery, outfielder, on one-year contracts. Agreed to terms with Scott Bryant, outfielder, on a minor-league con- ract. National League NEW YORK METS-Traded Aaron Ledesma, Inflelder, to the California Angels tor Kevin Flora, outfielder. Assigned Flora, to Norfolk ot the International League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association ' HOUSTON ROCKETS-Signed Henry James, forward. PHOENIX SUNS-Slgned David Wood, forward! to a 10-day contract. VANCOUVER GRIZZLIES-Actlvaled Ashraf Amaya, forward, from the Injured list. Placed Rich Manning, center, on the injured fist. FOOTBALL National Football League DENVER BRONCOS—Fired Bob Ferguson, director of player personnel. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Signed Cornell Thomas, defensive end. MIAMI DOLPHINS—Tom Oltvadottl, defensive coach, and Tony Nathan, running backs coach, will not return In 1996. HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES—Reassigned John Blue, goattender, and Scott Pearson, left wing, to Rochester of the AHL Loaned Grant Jennings, defenseman, to Atlanta of the IHL CALGARY FLAMES—Loaned Joel Bouchard, defenseman, to Saint John of the AHL CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS—Recalled Bob Halkldis, delenseman, from Indianapolis of the IHL and assigned him to Utah of the IHL for future considerations. COLORADO AVALANCHE—Loaned Aaron Miller, defenseman; Christian Matte, right wing; and Paul Brosseau, 'center, to Cornwall ol the AHL DALLAS STARS—Reassigned Manny Fernandez and Jordan Willis, goaltenders, and Pat MacLeod, defenseman, to Michigan of the IHL . EDMONTON OILERS—Loaned Jason Bonsignore, center, to Cape Breton of the AHL. HARTFORD WHALERS-Loaned Sami Kapanen, left wing, to Springfield of the AHL. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS-Reassigned Len Barm, center, and Jeff Christian, left wing, to Cleveland ot the IHL ST. LOUIS BLUES—Loaned Alex Vasilevskli, center; Dennis Chasse, right wing; and Christer Olsson, defenseman, to Worcester ot the AHL COLLEGE LENOIR-RHYNE—Announced the resignation ol Mike Helms, assistant lootball coach. MORGAN STATE—Announced Terrance Wright, guard-forward, has left the basketball team. NORTHERN ILLINOIS—Named Paul All offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach; Mike Mallory defensive coordinator and linebackers coach; Mark Hagen defensive tackles coach; Sidney McNalry wide receivers coach; Todd Mlddleton defensive ends coach; Mike Sabock tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator; Todd Schonhar running backs coach; and Scott Shater defensive backs coach. Declared Donte Parker, basketball guard, and Jamal Robinson, basketball forward, academically ineligible for the spring semester. TENNESSEE—Extended the contract of Phillip Fulmer, football coach, through the 2000 season. TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO—Named Kalrlnka Crawford women's volleyball coach. T AUSTRALIAN OPEN Chang advances to fourth round, whips Raoux By STEVE WILSTEIN The Associated Press MELBOURNE, Australia — Smoothly and quietly, Michael Chang is sneaking ahead at the Australian Open, winning in straight sets while other top seeds struggle, shrugging off the searing heat that everyone else fears. The slogan on Chang's T-shirt Friday might well have been his motto, "Go To Work," something he's been doing here with little fuss and much success. Chang's latest victory, 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 (86) over Guillaume Raoux, put him into the fourth round with less strain than any of the seeded players ahead of him. Chang's way into the fifth round became a little easier when No. 11 Richard Krajicek retired with a back injury in the third set against Jean- Philippe Fleurian. Though Fleurian beat former champion Stefan Edberg in the previous round, he's likely to find Chang a much tougher opponent. Chang is playing with the ease and confidence of a man who truly believes he can win this Grand Slam event, no matter that most people think it'll come down to No. 1 Pete Sampras against No. 2 Andre Agassi. "I think I'm gaining on them," Chang said. "My game is continuing to improve, and I think that Pete and Andre have kind of reached their peak of their tennis careers. I kind of still feel my best-years of tennis are still ahead of me." Chang appeared set for a short day at work after breaking Raoux at love in the third set's first game. But Raoux began hitting sizzling angled shots and deft drops that even the speedy Chang couldn't reach. Raoux broke back immediately and then, serving at 4-4, saved two break points with an anglefl volley and a Chang miss. Raoux jumped to a 3-1 lead in the tiebreaker, attacking one of Chang's second serves to set up a volley winner. But a volley miss by Raoux evened things. Double-faults by each evened the score again at 5-5 before Chang clinched the match on a forehand hit long by Raoux and a service winner. In women's matches, No. 3 Arantxa Sanchez Vicario beat Sandra Cacic 6-3, 6-3; No. 6 Gabriela Sabatini routed Karin Kschwendt 6-1,6-2; No. 13 Chanda Rubin defeated Laurence Courtois 6-0, 6-2; and Naoko Sawamatsu beat Japanese compatriot Ai Sugiyama 6-4, 6-0. Friday. January 19 Television BASKETBALL 8:30 p.m. - Vanderbilt at Tennessee (women) ...................................... ESPNZ, cable 39 6:30 p.m. - Coach Jerry Jones ................................................................... Sail™ «W« 6»» 7 p.m - Charlotte at Miami (NBA) ...... _— ...................................... TNT, cable 4f£ •• ...... ESPN, cable 3& GENERAL 10a.rn.-Sportscen.er 6:30 p.m. - All-Star Friday 5:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ................................................................. •; ....... , 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight ................................................................. •• ....... -CNN, cable 23 10 p.m. - Sportscenter ............................................................................. »™. «* e 38 12:30 P .m. - Sports Utenlght .................................................................. -CNN, oabe 23 1 a.m. - Sportscenter ............................................................................... ESPN > <**>*> M 6:10 p.m. - Fas. Break KSAL, 1150-AM 6:30 p.m.-SIT: two games • KSAL, 1150-AM 10 p.m. - Scoreboard Show iS^'.^K 10:30 p.m.-Scoreboard Show KSAL, 1150-AM FOOTBALL 10 p.m. - Pro Football Weekly KSAL, 1160-AM GENERAL 5:30 p.m. - KSAL Sports Talk Show KSAL, 1150-AM SPORTS DIGEST Basketball • WORCESTER, Mass. — Marcus Camby was ^ cleared Thursday to play again for top-ranked Massachusetts after tests turned up no problems. However, doctors are still trying to find out why he collapsed. Camby, who passed out for 10 minutes before Sunday's game at St. Bonaventure, left University of Massachusetts Medical Center, ' where he underwent four days of extensive tests. The junior center won't play Saturday at Duquesne, but coach John Calipari didn't rule out a return Tuesday at Pittsburgh. Camby, one of the nation's best players, did not accompany the team Thursday to Duquesne. • HOUSTON — Houston's Mario Elie underwent surgery Thursday afternoon to repair damage to his right wrist, broken in the Rockets' victory over Denver. Elie, a key member of Houston's back-to-back NBA champions, could be out six to eight weeks. • DBS MOINES, Iowa — The Southern Dlinois- Drake basketball game scheduled for Thursday night was postponed because neither of the two airplanes carrying the Southern Illinois team made it to Des Moines. One of the chartered 19- passenger planes had to stop en route because of a mechanical problem, Drake athletic director Lynn King said. The other was unable to land in Des Moines, where high winds and snow created blizzard-like conditions, and ended up in Fort Dodge — 90 miles to the northwest. A new date for the game has not been set, although King said the two schools hoped to agree on one by today. Boxing • LAS VEGAS ~- A Feb. 29 rematch between ' for?ner heavyweight champions George Foreman < and Michael Moorer is off, the victim of a dispute,: between promoter Bob Arum and Time Warner Sports. Arum said Thursday that conditions demanded by Time Warner Sports president Seth Abraham for the bout were unacceptable, and said he was trying to reschedule the fight for April without the company. Football • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City coach Marty Schottenheimer was named AFC coach of the year by the Committee of 101, an organization related to the Chiefs that polled sports reporters and broadcasters across the country. Philadel- ; phia coach Ray Rhodes was named NFC coach of ' the year, the organization announced Wednesday. Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre, The Associated Press most valuable player, was named NFC offensive player of the year and Indianapolis quarterback Jim Harbaugh was AFC offensive player. Named NFC defensive player was Reggie , White of the Packers, and Buffalo sack specialist , Bryce Paup was named AFC defensive player. The awards will be presented Feb. 24 at a banquet at the Westin Crown Center in Kansas City. ,, • LINCOLN, Neb. — Two-time defending cham-, pion Nebraska will open its 1996 football season a week earlier than originally scheduled. The Cornhuskers open against Michigan State in Lincoln Sept. 7 instead of Sept. 14, NU officials said. , The 1996 schedule still isn't firm, however, since the Big 12 and television officials have not settled on the date for the Colorado-Nebraska game. The Colorado game will be played either on Friday, Nov. 29, as has been traditional for the former Nebraska-Oklahoma season finales, or Saturday, Nov. 30. Golf • PALM DESERT, Calif. — After shooting his best round since joining the PGA Tour in 1993, Paul Goydos had another milestone awaiting him — a spot on the top of the leader board. Goydos shot an 8-under-par 64 Thursday for a one-stroke lead after two rounds of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Goydos, who played at Tamarisk Country Club, is at 133 in the 90-hole event — one shot in front of Brian Kamm and Mark Brooks. Kamm and Brooks were co-leaders the first day with 66s. • NEW YORK — Johnny Miller has signed a . new longterm contract to remain NBC's lead golf analyst. Miller's new agreement reaches beyond 1997, when he becomes eligible to play on the Senior PGA Tour. He said he would adjust his Seniors schedule around his NBC commitments. Miller will work the 18th hole with Dick Enberg < on all PGA Tour events, as well as high profile tournaments such as The Players Championship, Ryder Cup, PGA Seniors Championship and U.S. Open. 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