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D4 SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL BESULTS T GIRLS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS Boys ORANGE A BLACK Fourth-sixth place BELOIT 55, LEXINGTON, NEB. 53 Lexington 7 18 12 18 — 53 Belolt 16 15 10 14 — 55 Lexington — Reynolds 9, Carpenter 3, Rhone 4, Vllzen 10, Grant 7, Meyer 3, Kuecker 6, Thomalla 1, Mayberry 10 Belolt—Welch 8, Isbell 2, Heldrlck 19, Barnett 14, Lange 12 ORANGE AND BLACK CLASSIC Seventh Place GOODLAND 58, COLBY 48 Goodland 10221313-58 Colby 10 18 9 11-48 Goodland - George 10, Way 6, Short 4, Heble 2, McKee 23, Hardy 9, Harrison 4. Colby - Rohn 9, Starkey 3, Dougherty 3, Nielson 1, MeMn 16, Schlppers 16. STERLING INVITATIONAL Championship game MOUNDRIDGE 55, STERLING 31 Moundridge 14 14 9 18 - 55 Sterling 8 3 10 10 - 31 Moundridge - A.Stucky 18, Neuteld 2, Khan 7, Winsky 5, C.Stucky 5, Wedel 9, Schmidt 9. Sterling - Gantz 3, Henry 16, A.Morrison 2, Lewis 2, Reed 2, Elliott 4, B.Morrison 2. ADOLPH RUPP TOURNAMENT Seventh place game NICKERSON 58, HERINGTON 55 Nickerson 11 24 5 18 - 58 Herington 16 14 11 14-55 Nickerson - Krol 10, Green 2, Navarro 12, Grilfin 4, Walk 8, Colle 2, Shelton 5, Deviney 2, Yoder7,Jones6. Hsrington - Beavers 8, Stuart 6, Flolyd 3, Whltehead 16, Banks 9, Starts 11, Wlggans 2. TWIN LAKES LEAGUE Championship SYLVAN 68, LINCOLN 63 Lincoln 16 11 20 16 - 63 Sylvan 10 24 10 24 - 68 Lincoln — Melll 1, Gebhart 28, Obermueller 5, Mai 10, Biggs 4, Lohmann 14, Sueller 1. Sylvan — C.Meitler 9, J.Cheney 6, Keller 4, A.Cheney 11, D.Meltler 19, Wlese 5, Labertew 7, True 7. Third Place WILSON 62 LUCAS-LURAY 61 (OT) Lucas-Luray 12 17 14 15 3 - 61 Wilson 8 17 16 17 4 - 62 Wilson - T.J. Palmer 21, Zweilel 2, T. Palmer 9, Bretz 14, Dolton 6, Fell 3, Schultz 6. Lucas Luray - Whltmer 6, J. Soukup 15, Petz 13, Miller 6, T. Soupkup 2, Casper 18, Ward 2. CHEYENNE TOURNAMENT Championship KENSINGTON 64, LOGAN 52 Kensington 14 18 15 17 — 64 Logan 13 18 8 14 — 53 Kensington — Schwenn 7, Beach 7, Ratllff 4, Wagenblast 17, Englke 10, Beariey 7, Weins 10, McDowell 2. Logan — Van Diest 5, Kemper 21, Fores- berg 1, Stutterhelm 7, Ashmore 8, Jones 2, Whitney 9. Third place NORTHERN VALLEY 75 . EASTERN HEIGHTS 52 Eastern Heights 12 12 10 18 — 52 Northern Valley 10161427 — 76 Eastern Heights — McDowell 2, Wyrill 2, Hanes 16, Boh' 2, Molzahn 1, Boyle 20, Bl- enhoff 7, Nelson 2 Northern -Valley — Gebhart 2, Cox 2, Hansen 3, Dellmont 5, Griffin 4, Ingram 5, McNeil 5, Mussman 24, Thompson 4, Speer 22. HILLSBORO INVITATIONAL Seventh place MARION 53, LARNED 42 Lamed 4 13 12 13 — 42 Marion 5 20 16 12 — 53 Lamed — D. Moore 11, C. Moore 4, Meyer 2, Hagemian 10, Reed 9, Fleske 4, Cartton 2 Marion — Barrow 1, Bowers 7, Brown 16, Griffith 7, Gilbert 1, Wheeler 7, Maggard 14 McPHERSON INVITATIONAL Third Place GREAT BEND 72, EMPORIA 68 (ot) Emporia 16 15 11 16 10 - 68 Great Bend 19 19 8 12 14 - 72 Emporia - Clements 4, Thornton 11, Emig 14, Hill 9, Davis 11, Eubanks 2, Tegtmeler 17. Great Bend - Jenisch 24, Krler 3, Gonsalez 9, Lessor 3, Burhenn 8, Burr 11, Rhodes 9. Fifth place NEWTON 67, TMP-MARIAN 45 TMP-Marian 8 15 14 8-45 Newton 12 13 24 18 - 67 TMP-Marian (6-6) — Rohr 6, Berens 14, Schafler 4, Wolf 7, Dinkel 7, Gottschalk 2, Wiley 2, Leiker 2. Newton (5-6) — Sandate 9, Brown 10, Mitchell 6, Brackeen 3, Eck 5, Hoheisel 4, McAlee 3, Nnamaka 27. MID-WINTER CLASSIC HOIS1NGTON 83, GREENSBURG 53 Greensburg 13 15 8 18 - 53 Holsington 24 19 23 17 - 83 Greensburg - Myers 5m Shank 4, Smarsh 2, Koehn 3, Hesser 4, Rlggett 6, McDonald 17, Kirk 2, Engelken 10. Holsington - Dutton 2, Doonan 7, Colten 32, R.ates 10, Rupp 2, Rohmer 2, Madden 4, A.Bates4, Boor8,Woydzlak12. TONGANOXIE INVITATIONAL Semifinal* TONQANOXIE 76, WAMEGO 69 Wamego 19 17 19 14 - 69 Tonganoxle 14 22 19 21 - 76 Wamego — Adams 13, Salt 14, Langston 2, Armstead 22, Winter 15, McNIckle 17, Perry 6. Tonganoxle — Snapp 6, Yorkovlch 22, Pogae 16, Goos 7, Bray 6, Duncanson 19. MCL TOURNAMENT Feather Bracket OSBORNE 59, PHILLIPSBURG 49 Phllllpsburg 13 12 10 14 - 49 Osbome 17 16 17 9 - 59 Phllllpsburg (1-9) — Schuster 5, Western Kendall 4, Cunningham 13, Westley Kndall 2, Hanchett 6, Wonlers 7, Culbertson 4, Craig 2, Rlemann 6. Osbome (6-5) — Jones 7, Schumacher 15, Hadley 21, Couse 6, Gray 3, Smith 7. NORTON 55, SMITH CENTER 54 Smith Center 16 13 5 20 - 54 Norton 10 12 14 19 - 55 Smith Center — Jed Barta 5, Peterson 2, Lambert 16, Merritt 4, Stewart 5, Kuhn 4, Jerry Barta 8, Brown 10. Norton — Thlela 6, Lofgreen 6, Lang 16, Shoemakers, Jacobs 8, Wlthlngton 12, Herrs 4. BLUESTEM CLASSIC • Third Place CHAPMAN 69, CIRCLE 66 Chapman 18 20 13 18 - 69 Circle 17 20 10 19 - 66 Chapman — Heller 2, Edwards 10, Roskens 4, Paul 5, Will 11, Adams 10, Van De Creek 27. Circle — Zager 6, Witshire 1, Hummel 18, Swllley 10,Claycamp31. OBERLIN INVITATIONAL Seventh Place OBERLIN 68, HERNDON 65 (ot) Hemdon 12 7 22 17 7-65 Oberiln 12 17 8 21 10 - 68 Hemdon — Cory Fisher 2, Cody Fisher 5, Jim Reiner 2, John Reiner 2, Jacob Narintzer 4, Justin Narintzer 5, Berilng 12, Rlppe 11, Penna 22. Obertln — Yonekawa 2, Carr 4, Ketteri 7, Roe 9, Post 18, Gange 8, Wilson 20. Fifth Place ST. FRANCIS 62 REPUBLICAN VALLEY (Neb.) 38 St. Francis 12 14 17 19 - 62 Rep. Valley (Neb.) 10 9 a 11 - 38 St. Francis — Young 8, Schultz 10, Poling 14, Davis 6, K.Fayler 11, B.Fayler6, Douthy- It 5, McAtee 2. Republican Valley (Neb.) — Ruggles 8, Relners 7, Bortner 7, Rodencal 1, Haag 11, Ryan 1, Steer 4, KIskeM. BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE Championship game CLIFTON-CLYDE 60, HANOVER 56 Clifton-Clyde 19 16 13 12 - 60 Hanover 19 14 14 9-56 Clifton-Clyde - Steinbeck 16, Fahey 7, Anderson 11, R. Chaput 6, LeDuc 9, Wurtz 5, E. Chaput 4. Hanover - Sedacek 22, Rohr 5,. Mueller 13, Juenman 3, Mueller 11, Marian 2 Third Place VALLEY HEIGHTS 75 RILEY COUNTY 64 Valley Heights 14 15 23 23 - 75 Rlley County 4201921-64 Valley Heights - Marquette 6, Smerchek 26, Mlddleton 7, Meyer 4, Stelnlort 8, Lundberg 8, Seleska 11, Henry 5. Riley County - McGraw 4, Stelner 17, Howse 9, Buseman 1, LJndsey 17, Sullivan 6, Wlmberty 10. Fifth Place LINN 54, WASHINGTON 47 Linn 6 11 15 22 - 54 Washington 15 5 10 17 - 47 Unn - Hlltgen 8, Meier 11, Peters 7, Hiltgen 10, Ohlde 2, Voelker 6, Uflman 2, Ohlde 7. Washington - Hernandez 15, Bond 6, Nelson 1, Woodcock 2, Reves 1, Dusln 2, Keam 1,0veriette16. BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE Champlosnhlp game RILEY COUNTY 49 CLIFTON-CLYDE 45 Rlley County 9 9 9 13 9 - 49 Clifton Clyde 217 7 14 5 - 45 Rlley County- Rogge 13, Grater 8, Haas 1, Hanson 10, Shepherd 6, Gill 9, Thames 2. Clifton-Clyde - Lervold 13, Knoettgen 5, Bergstrom 11, Bowman 3, Tilllnghast 1, Beems 9, Bechard 3. Third place VALLEY HEIGHTS 58 WASHINGTON 36 Valley Heights 12141616-58 Washington 13 9 6 8-36 Valley Heights - Williams 15, Carlson 9, Sleele 5, Meyer 11, Stump 6, Llndqulst 2, Bergkamp 10, Steele 3. Washington - L'Ecuyer 13, baker 4, Pape 1, Tegethoff 8, Johnson 2, Belt 5, Sawln 2, Baskervlllet. McPHERSON INVITATIONAL Championship McPHERSON 72 BLUE VALLEY NORTH 63 McPherson 12 16 21 23 - 72 BV North 15 15 14 19 - 63 McPherson - Pyle 3, Brown 6, Alexander 16, Johnson 20, Fiedler 18, Marten 3, Schulthelss 4, Sears 2. Blue Valley North - Garry 9, Wldener 6, Hyde 8, Borman 6, Strohbehn 15m Bass 15, Casper 4. VALLEY CENTER INVITATIONAL Championship JUNCTION CITY 65, ENID (Okla.) 60 Junction City 26 13 12 14 - 65 Enid (Okla.) 13 22 9 16 - 60 Junction City - Hill 19, Avant 3, Ruffln 18, Price 15, Poe 2, Munson 2, Powers 2, Stephens 6. Enid (Okla.) - Beech 17, Miller 7, Ruth 8, Glover 3, Williams 5, Ratzlaff 9, Shoals 4, Levy 7. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE Third Place MANKATO 63, WACONDA EAST 58 Mankato 15 20 13 15 - 63 WacondaEast 11 15 17 15 - 58 Mankato (6-3) - Osbome 13, Llppold 4, Beck 25, McDill 2, Maddox 5, Basel 14. Waconda East (6-6) - Eberle 3, Flala 32, Remus 6, Union 6, Miller 2, Cunningham 9. HILLSBORO ROUND-ROBIN Championship HILLSBORO 52, BELLEVILLE 45 Belleville 13 12 14 6 - 45 Hlllsboro 9 17 8 18 - 52 Belleville - Swartz 12, Slensen 3, Dunback 5, Lull 9, Melton 16. Hlllsboro - Ratzlaff 1, Fast 12, Christiansen 4, Klelber 12, Driggers 13, Plenert 3. INMAN 77, SMOKY VALLEY 74 Third place Smoky Valley 18 19 13 24 - 74 Inman 7 25 18 27 - 77 Smoky Valley- Z.DIamond 2, J.Diamond 2, Jones 3, Snadbo 27, Bishop 7, Swlsher 22, Talbott 6, LJndshleld 5. Inman -.Frlesen 23, Unruh 1, Neuleld 2, Worthing 24, Smith 15, Abrahams 12. OBERLIN TOURNAMENT Championship CAMBRIDGE (Neb.) 75, DUNDY COUNTY (Neb.) 54 DundyCounty 16 11 11 16 - 54 Cambridge 10 21 22 21 - 75 Dundy County (Neb.) - Homer 11, G.Frfes 5, J.Fries 1, Blair 2, Vrbas 1, Blecha 1, McVey8,Mlner15. Cambridge - Miller 4, Houghtelllng 28, Howell 2, LJones 4, Shlfflet 18, Deterdlng 4, Mollring 8, R.Jones 6. Third Place ATWOOD 86, HOXIE 56 Hoxle 9 13 16 18 - 56 Atwood 23 14 17 22 - 86 Hoxle - Tice 15, Hague 2, Randolph 4, Poage 2, Delnes 10, Caldweii 14, Meyer 5. Atwood - Kastens 9, Wells 13, Kelly 11, Horinek 10, Lang 4, Miller 7, Schnee 10, Peterson 22. EISENHOWER TOURNAMENT Championship BENNINGTON 60, WAKEFIELD 47 Bennington 13 21 17 9 — 60 Wakefield . 10 10 7 20 - 47 Bennington — Hunley 1, Smith 10, Morgan 19, Brummer 2, Stenfors 14, Bamett 2, Trahen 2, Murray 2, Krause 8 Wakefield — Striggow 1, Severson 2, Hohman 1, Strecfus 1, Hoemer 6, Goeckler 1, Stoddard 14, Brown 2, Cringan 3, B. Koemer 6, White 9, P. Koemer 4, Christian 3 Girls ORANGE & BLACK CLASSIC Third place GOODLAND 55, CLAYTON, N.M. 51 Clayton, N.M. 19 11 10 11 — 51 Goodland 18 15 8 14 — 55 Clayton — Wyley 6, Williams 2, Carter 11, Podzemny 4, Gutierrez 24, Stech 4 Goodland — Hallagln 17, Burr 13, Shields 5, Brzda 7. Keck 13. Seventh Place BELOIT 59, ULYSSES 54 Belolt 8 13 18 20-59 Ulysses 10 13 9 22-54 Beloit - Schmidt 20, Christians 5, Swenson 5, J.FIIe 1, Hyde 8, Standley 2, C.File 1, Mahl 17. Ulysses - Garcia 6, Woldrldge 2, Harms 2, Myer 2, Carter 1, Wilkenlng 29, Builman 12. TWIN LAKES LEAGUE Championship game TIPTON 55, LINCOLN 39 Upton 17 10 10 17 - 55 Lincoln 10 3 14 12 - 39 Upton - B. Doyle 5, Budke 14, J. Brummer 2, Adam 2, K. Doyle 22, T. Brummer 10. Lincoln - Rosebrook 3, Lockhart 5, Wled- ke 24, Ha. Larsen 1, He. Larson 6. Third Place SYLVAN 52, WILSON 39 Sylvan 9 12 17 14 - 52 Wilson 12 4 5 18 - 39 Sylvan - Hellerlranny 11, Sheldon 14, Dohl 6, J Heller 4, B. Heller 1, Ringler 6, Steckllen 7, Am Heller 3. Wilson - Ptacek 4, Kepka 1, Soukup 5, Petz 18, Nichols 2, C. Soukup 4, Galtros 5 CHEYENNE CONFERENCE Championship ' LOGAN 64, KENSINGTON 57 Kensington 12 13 15 17 - 57 Logan 13 15 14 22 - 64 Kensington - Goracke 14, Levin 2, Hofer 4, Croston 10, Smith 18, Bretton 7, Bau- menn 1, M.Wagner 1. Logan - Wlthlngton 11, Schemper 5, Triplet! 24, Graving 16, J.Jansonlous 4, Kemper 4. Third Place EASTERN HEIGHTS 37 MORLAND 32 Mortsnd 8 8 12 4-32 Eastern Heights 513 9 10 - 37 Moriand - Keith 3, Bretz 2m, Goltl 6, Rich- meler11,Parks10. <• Eastern Heights - Wlebe 2, Still 14, Hunter 8, Stone 2, Robinson 13. MCL TOURNAMENT Feather Bracket PLAINVILLE 44, HILL CITY 42 Hill City 11 17 6 8-42 Plainville 10 13 7 14 - 44 Hill City (1-9) - SlecKleln 4, Gobln 8, Keith 2, Holmes 4, Pimlott 10, Crult 14. Plainville (4-8) - Flnnesy 4, A.Desalr 1, Luhman 13, Comeau 1, Unrein 9, Ross 10, Young 8. EISENHOWER LEAGUE • Championship HOPE 43, BENNINGTON 37 Bennington 7 8 9 13 - 37 Hope 5 16 11 11 - 43 Bennington (8-3) - J.Welland 2, Fields 14, M.Weiland 4, Ptacek 2, Griest 15. Hope (12-1) -Jones 2, Stroda 1, Rock 13, Schlesener 12, Cowan 6, Coup 6, Lorson 3. CANTON-GALVA INVITATIONAL Fifth place BUHLER JV 74 CANTON-GALVA 73 (OT) Canton-Galva 12 12 17 25 7-73 BuhlerJV 8 17 23 18 8-74 Canton-Galva — Alvord 12, Bolton 18, Hoppes 14, Pavlovlch 24, Unruh 5. Buhler JV — Helnleln 9, Balzer 11, Miller 14, Dawson 5, Hani 16, Llghtcap 19. MCLTOURNAMENT Feather Bracket OSBORNE 44, ELLIS 42 (ot) Osborne 6 16 6 10 6-44 Ellis 2 19 611 4-42 Osbome - Guttery 7, Tnlbault 17, Hadley 2, Thompson 2, Kendig 2, Schroeder 12. Ellis - Homewood 4, J.Waldschmldt 6, Honas 4, Hensley 6, M. Waldschmldt 14, Rorabaugh 3, Williams 2, Selbel 3. OBERLIN INVITATIONAL Championship CAMBRIDGE (Neb.) 65, HOXIE 40 Hoxie 14 10 10 6 - 40 Cambridge (Neb.) 22 17 14 12 - 65 Hoxle - Alstrom 12, Campbell 2, Andregg 15, William 7, Schlek 2, Schafter 2. Cambridge (Neb.) - Ahlemeyer 21, Langley 2, Kurblk 32, Johnson 8, Knutson 2. Third Place DUNDY COUNTY (Neb.) 62 ATWOOD 54 Atwood 8 16 22 8-54 Dundy County (Neb.) 19 17 15 11 - 62 Atwood - Christman 9, Bryant 1, Carr 1, Morton 6, Schmidt 13, Miller 16, Hlgley 8. Dundy County (Neb.) - Jones 7, Hayward 18, Phlpps 14, Guernsey 7, Watklns 4, Van Dyke7,Seybold4. Fifth Place REPUBLICAN VALLEY (Neb.) 55 ST. FRANCIS 27 Rep Valley (Neb.) 16 10 14 15 -55 St. Francis 1 7 6 13 - 27 Republican Valley (Neb.) - V.McConvllle ' 4, Ruggles 4, Brooks 3, Brown 10, Stritt 19, Relners 7, K.McConvllle 4, Qulgley 4. St. Francis - Undsten 3, Murphey 9, Elliott 3, Schleld 6, Duquette 5, Trembley 1. Seventh Place OBERLIN 64, HERNDON 33 Oberiln 11 18 18 17 - 64 Hemdon 9 13 4 7-33 Oberiln - Perrin 2, Elwood 4, Olson 1, Fraker 8, Dejmal 5, Martin 6, V.Castle 21, Uehlan 8, C.Castle 7, Nichols 2. Hemdon - Steele 3, Ketteri 2, Leitner 5, Rlppe 9, Van Vlaet 14. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE Championship WACONDA EAST 74, JEWELL 59 Jewell 20 9 17 13 - 59 Waconda East 19 20 22 13 - 74 Jewell (11-1) - H.Scheef 2, E.Barrett 2, CoCo K.Barrett 28, K.Scheef 11, Conn 4, Gritteth 10. Waconda East (12-0) - Walter 8, Porter 24, Gaston 23, Tietjens 3, Scott 14, Jackson 2. Third Place MANKATO 71 SOUTHERN CLOUD 47 Mankato 17 14 17 23 - 71 Southern Cloud 14 9 15 7-47 Mankato - Dempsey 6, Ost 3, Doud 3, Glllett 31, McDonald 6, Simon 6, Lawrence 2, Jensen 8, Miller 6. Southern Cloud - Lange 7, Weaver 2, Mottln 2, Hammel 2, Boomer 27, Waggoner 6, Paceyl. REGULAR SEASON CHEYUN 54, SHARON SPRINGS 44 Sharon Springs 6 10 14 14 - 44 Cheylin 13 11 14 16 - 54 Sharon Springs - Welsh 6, Klrkham 4, Poe 15, Kuhlman 10, Hunter 4, Pearce 1, Morris 4. Cheylin - Wilconson 1, Sabatka 5, Wright 7, Henderson 4, Bussey 2, Partch 3, An- tholz18, Haack14. Southeast changes format Tournament drops from eight to six teams, gets started on Monday By The Journal Staff Pairings for this week's girls high school basketball tournaments involving Saline County schools have been announced, including the schedule for the newly formatted Southeast of Saline Invitational. • This year's Southeast tourney will be a six-team event, with three days of pool play before the final round on Friday. Pool A will comprise top-seeded Abilene, Southeast of Saline and Concordia. Pool B will include Junction City, Salina South and Ellsworth. The schedule opens Monday with Junction City facing Ellsworth at 4:30 p.m., followed by Abilene meeting Concordia at 6 p.m. Wednesday's games will have South meeting Ellsworth at 4:30, followed by Southeast taking on Concordia. Thursday's final round of pool play will open with Junction City and South meeting at 4:30 and Abilene and Southeast getting together at 6 p.m. Friday's schedule will open with the fifth-place game at 4:30 p.m. The third-place game will follow at 6:00 and the championship contest matching the top teams from each pool is set for 7:30 p.m. • Salina Central will open play in the Newton Invitational against No. 2 seed Scott City at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday. '• •• A win 1 for Central would move the Mustangs into Wednesday's 6:15 semifinal against the winner of Tuesday's Dodge .City-Wichita Southeast game. If Central loses in the first round, it will play at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday. / The tournament's final round is Saturday beginning with the seventh-place game at 2 p.m. The fifth- place game will follow at 4:00 and the third-place contest is set for 6:00. The tournament's championship will be played at 8 p.m. • Sacred Heart is the No. 1 seed at the Berean Academy Invitational. The Knights put their 10-0 record up against the tournament host in a 6:30 p.m. game Monday at Elbing. A win for Sacred Heart would put the Knights in Thursday's 6:30 semi-. final against the winner of Monday's . Marion-Peabody contest. A loss to ", Berean Academy would put Sacred Heart into Tuesday's 5 p.m. consola-. • tion game. The tournament's final round will ; be played Saturday, starting with the seventh-place game at 3 p.m., followed by the fifth-place contest at 4:30, the third-place game at 6:15 and the championship at 8 p.m. • Ell-Saline (7-2) is the No. 3 seed at this week's Minneapolis Invitational and will open against Chapman at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Dates for the tournament's second round have yet to be determined, but Ell-Saline will play at 6 p.m. Thursday or Friday. If the Cardinals win their opener, they will meet the winner of the , Hillsboro-Belleville game in the ': semifinals. A loss in the opening • round would put Ell-Saline against the loser of that contest. Minneapolis is the tournament's top seed and will open Monday at:' ; 7:30 p.m. against Russell. Clay Gen- ter and Nemaha Valley are also on the Lions side of the bracket. TOURNAMENT SCHEDULES Boys MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE Feather bracket - Saturday: Smith Center at Norton, 7 p.m.; Phillipsburg at Osbome, 7 p.m. Top bracket - Monday. Norton-Smith Center winner at Hill City, 7 p.m.; Trego at Plainville, 7 p.m. Semifinals - Thursday: 7:30 p.m., site TBD (losers); Friday: 7:30 p.m. at Hays (winners). Bottom bracket- Stockton at Ellis, 7 p.m.; Osbome-Phillipsburg winner at Victoria, 7 p.m. Semifinals - Thursday: 7:30 p.m., site TBD (losers); Friday: 4:30 p.m. at Hays (winners). Finals - Thursday: 7:30 p.m. Norton-Smith Center loser vs. Osbome-Phillipsburg loser, site TBD (ninth); Saturday: 10:30 a.m. at Hays (seventh); 1:30 p.m. at Hays (fifth); 4:30 p.m. at Hays (third); 7:30 p.m. at Hays (championship). Girls MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE Feather bracket - Saturday: Hill City at Plainville, 7 p.m.; Osbome at Ellis, 7 p.m. Top bracket - Tuesday: Plalnville-HIII City winner at Stockton, 7 p.m.; Victoria at Trego, 7 p.m. Semifinals - Thursday: 6 p.m., site TBD (losers); Friday: 6 p.m. at Hays (winners). Bottom bracket - Tuesday: Phillipsburg at Norton, 7 p.m.; Ellis-Osbome winner at Smith Center, 7 p.m. Semifinals - Thursday: 6 p.m., site TBD (losers); Friday: 3 p.m. at Hays (winners). Finals - Thursday. 6 p.m. Plainville-Hill City loser vs. Ellis-Osborne loser, site TBD (ninth); Saturday: 9 a.m. at Hays (seventh); noon at Hays (fifth); 3 p.m. at Hays (third); 6 p.m. at Hays (championship). ELI J. WALTER TOURNAMENT At Elbing Top bracket - Monday: Salina Sacred Heart vs. Berean Academy, 6:30 p.m.; Marion vs. Peabody, 8 p.m. Semifinals - Tuesday. 5 p.m. (losers); Thursday: 6:30 p.m. (winners). Bottom bracket - Tuesday: Herington vs. Douglass, 6:30 p.m.; Goessel vs. Burrton, 8 p.m. Semifinals - Thursday: 5 p.m. (losers); 8 p.m. (winners). Finals - Saturday. 3 p.m. (seventh); 4:30 p.m. (fifth); 6:15 p.m. (third); 8 p.m. (championship). NEWTON INVITATIONAL Top bracket - Monday: Wichita North vs. Rose Hill, 6:15 p.m.; Newton vs. Wichita West, 8 p.m. Semifinals - Wednesday: 3 p.m. (losers); 8 p.m. (winners). Bottom bracket - Tuesday: Scott City vs. Salina Central, 6:15 p.m.; Wichita Southeast vs. Dodge City; 8 p.m. Semifinals - Wednesday: 4:45 p.m. (losers); 6:15 p.m. (winners). Finals - Saturday: 2 p.m. (seventh); 4 p.m (fifth); 6 p.m (third); 8 p.m. (championship). SE SALINE INVITATIONAL Pool A - Monday: Abilene vs. Concordia, 6 p.m.; Wednesday. SE Saline vs. Concordia, 6 p.m.; Thursday: Abilene vs. SE Saline, 6 p.m. Pool B - Monday; Junction City vs. Ellsworth, 4:30 p.m.; Wednesday: Salina South vs. Ellsworth, 4:30 p.m.; Junction City vs. Salina South, 4:30 p.m. Finals - Saturday: 4:30 p.m. (fifth); 6 p.m. (third); 7:30 p.m. (championship). MID-AMERICA CLASSIC At McPherson Top bracket - Tuesday: Inman vs. Great Bend, 4 p.m.; Little River vs. Hesston, 7 p.m. 'Semifinals -Thursday: 4 p.m. (losers); 7 p.m. (winners). Bottom bracket - Tuesday: Moundridge vs. Canton-Galva, 5:30 p.m.; McPherson vs. Smoky Valley, 8:30 p.m. Semifinals-Thursday: 5:30 p.m. (losers); 8:30 p.m. (winners). Finals - Saturday: 2:30 p.m. (seventh); 4:15 p.m. (fifth); 6 p.m. (third); 7:45 p.m. (championship). V WRESTLING High school wrestler charged with assaulting a referee By The Associated Press COLVILLE, Wash. — A Colville High School wrestler faces a charge of fourth-degree assault for allegedly knocking a referee unconscious with a head butt after losing a match. Referee Bob West of Spokane said he will pursue the charge against Chad Hildebrandt, a 190- pound Colville senior. "Officials take a lot of garbage for very little money. You do it for the love of the sport," West said. "You shouldn't have to worry about something like this." The incident happened Thursday night after Hildebrandt lost a match to Josh Kelp of West Valley. West penalized Hildebrandt during the match for intentionally head-butting Kelp in the first period. After Kelp pinned Hildebrandt Investment Classes January 30,1996 Classes will be held every other Tuesday from 12:00 to 1:00. By Reservations Only. Seating is limited. in the third period, West said Hildebrandt shoved Kelp. "I got between them, said something like 'That's enough. That will cost you a team point,'" West said. "The Colville kid chests up against me, reared back and head- butted me full force. "They tell me I was out cold for about 30 seconds," West said. West said he pressed charges and Colville police confirmed a-ju- 4. The Economy 5. Doing Research 1. Stocks 2. Bonds 3. Mutual Funds Please note that mutual fund or annuity wholesalers may be giving product presentations during some class sessions. Perspectuses will be available. 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We can buy months worth of payments or the entire note. We are here to meet your financial needs. Call Steele Enterprises (316) 947-3837 LOCALIJ OWNED AND OPERATED venile had been taken into custody on a fourth-degree assault charge, referred to Stevens County juvenile authorities and then released to his.parents. Colville athletic director Randy Russell suspended the match with four bouts remaining because West was unable to continue. "When the incident occurred, people were in shock," Russell said. ENVIRO TECH SERVICES, INC. Your Local Source for Quality Environmental Services • Phase I Environmental Property Transfer Assessments • Soil and Groundwater Testing • Asbestos Sampling • Soil Testing Laboratory Services 361 N.Ohio St. Salina, KS (913)827-1682 FAX (913) 827-8765 IS ESTATE PLANNING FOR YOU? There's a common misconception that estate planning is just for wealthy people and that it's engaged in solely to cut taxes. The truth of the matter is that if you own any possessions you have an "estate" and it's up to you to plan what to do with it upon your death. Otherwise, disposition will be according to state law and very likely will not meet your needs. If you are responsible for the welfare of others, some planning is appropriate to provide for their needs in case something happens to you. No professional can decide what you want to do; they can only discuss options with you and do the necessary paperwork once you have made your decisions. The professionals who can assist you include: Your accountant - to serve as coordinator of your estate planning team. Your accountant sees you more frequently than others on the estate planning team (at least once a year for income tax filing) and is more familiar with your assets, liabilities, income, dependents, investments and other factors affecting your financial situation. He or she knows income, estate and gift tax law, both federal and state, and can help you to accomplish your objectives at the least tax cost. Your attorney - to review your decisions for compliance with applicable law, to draw up the necessary documents, and to serve at the time of estate probate. Your insurance agent - to inform you of available insurance products' which can provide your family with income upon your death or meet other cash needs of your estate, if needed. A good estate plan should be a good "living plan" that allows you to enjoy your assets and, upon your death, have whatever is left pass according to your wishes. Gary Hunter, CPA Kennedy and Coe, LLC Certified Public Accountants and Consultants 119 West Iron, United Building Salina, Kansas 67401 (913) 825-1561 FAX (913) 825-5371

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