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DB SUNDAY. JANUARY 21. 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL- Football NORTH 25, SOUTH 10 N 23 S First downs 23 11 Rushes-yards 36-144 21-(-25) Passing 240 172 Return Yards 74 133 Comp-Att-Int 2140-0 17-32-1 Punts 544 7-42 Fumbles-Lost 3-t 2-0 Penalties-Yards 5-30 5-25 Time of Possession 33'24 26'36 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—North, Hunlley 8-67, Darklns 735, Presley 3-28, Barber 5-18, Archie 5-16, Arnold 1-9, Jells 1-8, Hoying 5-(-34), Wachollz 1-(-2). South, Innocent 8-11, Buckhaller 4-3, Moulds 1-1, Pritchett 3-(-3), Taneyhill 3-(-14), Kanell 2-(-23). PASSING—North, Hoying 16-24-0-190, Wachholte 5-17-0-50. South, Kanell 15-25-1157, Taneyhill 2-7-0-15. RECEIVING—North, Engram 349, Mayes 343, Toomer3-36, Jells 2-26, Archie 2-22, Hayes 2-20, Huntley 1-19, Barber 1-9, Dunn 1-8, Darkins 2-5, Owens 14. South, Prilchetl 7-57, Moulds 1-39, Doering 2-32, Barlow 2-19, Buckhalter 2-11, Hunter 1-8, Fuller 14, Innocent 1-2. SCORING SUMMARY North 693 7—25 South 370 0—10 S—FG Proctor 25 N—Mayss 30 pass from Hoying (kick failed) N—FG Abrams 37 S—Doering 20 pass from Kanell (Proctor kick) N—Mayes 3 pass from Hoying (pass failed) N—FG Abrams 21 N—Barber 4 run (Abrams kick) A-40,700. Wrestling High school PAOLA INVITATIONAL Team scores Chanute 200%, Topeka Seaman 166, Paola 136, BV North 11614, Chapman 89. Burlington 8516, Topeka Highland Park 78, Leavenworth 77, DeSolo3214. Individuals 103 -1. Anderes, Chap; 2. Vawler, TS; 3. Leo- rando, L; 4. Herman, B. 112-1. Mohn, BVN; 2. Puderbaugh, TS; 3. Allen, THP; 4. Wicker, Chan. 119-1. Issllt, TS; 2. Holland, P; 3. Coester, Chan; 4. Barten, Chap. 125 - 1. Smoot, Chan; 2. Monica, BVN; 3. Studer, TS; 4. Kriesch, Chap. 130-1. Ensx, BVN; 2. Solando, B; 3. Smoot, Chan; 4. Ores, Chap. 135-1. Blanding, P; 2. Maraco, BVN; 3. Jurak, B; 4. Finley, Chan. 140-1. Matlock, Chan; 2. Miller, L; 3. Heller TS; 4. Lewis, BVN. 145-1. Shay, P; 2. Dillon, Chan; 3. Mize, TS' 4. Sites, Chap. 152 - 1. Weldon, Chan; 2. Hermieck, P; 3. Woolery, 0; 4. Butt, BVN. 160-1. Stalcup, THP; 2. Krecht, P; 3. Green, D; 4. Son. Chan. 171 - 1. Cutshall, TS; 2. McDonald, Chan; 3. Austin, B; 4. Welzenbach, BVN. 169-1. Bancoft, Chan; 2. Manning, P; 3. Agulrre, Chap; 4. Ostrando, L 215-1. Hartzell, THP; 2. Wood, L; 3. James, TS; 4. Guinotte, Chan. 275 - I. Holvack, B; 2. Neria, TS; 3. Malas, Chap; 4. Philips, L. BELOIT INVITATIONAL Team scores Manhattan 141 'A, Leotl 13814, Salina South 130'/4, Clay Center 118!4, Hoxie 11414, Wellington 82, Plainville 80, Oberiin 79, Hill City 74, Goodland 6914, Marysville 66, Concordia 64, Abilene 55, Stockton 47, Minneapolis 36 Beloit 1714. Championship 103 - Baker, Hoxie (14-0), dec. Wassenberg, Marysville, 3-0. 112 - Maynes, Salina South (19-0), pinned Shanks, Concordia, 3:50. 119 - Wootter, Hoxie (16-1), pinned Rito Leoti, 5:22. 125 - Otero, Leotl (15-0), pinned Le Salina South, 3:22. 130 - P.Koster, Hoxie (13-1). dec. Sleinle Leoti, 10-5. 135 - Bradshaw, Manhattan (22-1) dec Seek, Hill City, 7-1. 140 -Wisdom, Concordia (17-1), dec. Plizen- maier, Clay Center, 3-1 (OT). 145 - Russell, Wellington (18-2), dec. Jensen, Manhattan, 3-1. 152 - Richards. Oberiin (15-2), dec. Benedick Plainville, 8-2. 160 - Graler. Clay Center (17-0) dec. Biermann, Leoti, 10-5. 171 - Pugh, Salina South (18-2), dec. Amos Alstrom, Oberiin, 12-2. 189 - Van Eaton, Stockton (14-0), dec. Hall, Goodland, 5-3. 215 - Black, Manhattan (18-7), dec. Cameron Clay Cenler, 54. 275 - Eilers, Plainville (15-0), pinned Finch Sallna South, 4:15. Third place 103 - Hrabe, Plainville. dec. Kuder, Leoll 106. 112 - Rodriguez. Leoti, dec. Bird, Plainville 93. 119 - James, Concordia, dec. Porter, Beloit 9-0. 125 - Dooley, Manhattan, dec. Moore, Minneapolis, 5-0. 130 - Pemberton. Manhattan, pinned Stahl Plainville. 135 - Burk, Goodland, dec. A.Koster Hoxie 10-3. 140 - Bocanegra. Leoli, pinned Schamberger Hill City. ' 145 - Willman. Clay Center, dec. Torres Lsoti, 5-3. 152 - Graham, Salina South, dec. Taplin Abilene, 3-1. 160 - Meyer, Hoxle, dec. Woolsey, Oberiin, 94. 171 - Coleman, Manhattan, dec. Slupianek, Marysville, 124. 189 - Kazar, Manhattan, dec. Allen, Salina South, 9-3. 215 - Smith, Hill City, pinned Lincoln, Oberiin. 275 - Polansky. Manhattan, dec. Kitzke, Ober- iin, 9-1. Fifth place 103 - Cantrell. Wellington, dec. Ryan, Clay Center, 5-3. 112 - Hernandez, Goodland, dec. Charbonneau, Clay Cenler, 6-5. 119 - Hageman, Abilene, dec. Gagnon, Sallna South, 6-4. 125 - Wheeler, Wellington, dec. Shubert, Plainville, 1-0. 130 - Ross, Wellington, dec. Burgess, Concordia. 4-1. 135 - Smith. Minneapolis, dec. Budreau, Concordia, 3-2. 140 - Colson, Goodland, dec. Smith, Abilene, 9-7. 145 - Dix, Stockton, dec. Murray, Goodland, 5-3. . 152 - Budig, Hill City, dec. Smith, Goodland, 5-2. 180 - Augustine, Salina South, dec. Waller, Manhattan, 4-2 (OT). 171 - Gill, Wellington, dec. Thompson, Beloit. 6-5. 189 - Shum, Marysville, dec. Craig, Clay Cen- ler, 7-0. 215 - Casteel, Abilene, pinned Sloan, Hoxie. 275 - Parks, Minneapolis, pinned Gardner, Leoli. SCOREBOARD 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 "3ay 27, San Francisco 17 '0, Philadelphia 11 in... ..ipolis 10. Kansas City 7 Conference championships Pittsburgh 20, Indianapolis 16 Dallas 38, Green Bay 27 Super Bowl At Sun Devil Stadium Tempo, 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 Harrah's odds RENO, Nev (AP) — Updated odds lor Ihe Super Bowl from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: Dallas minus 13 vs. Pittsburgh Senior Bowl PRAIRIE CLASSIC Team scores Shawnee Heights 141, Ellsworth 139, Dodge City 127, Ulysses 111, WtehltaCampus 10414, Sallna Central 103, Hoislngton 99, Hays 90'A, Ellis 82.5, Oakley 52, Kinsley 46 'A, Trego 4514, Hutchlnson 4414, Russell 41, Phllllpsburg, TMP- Marlan 17. Championship 103 - Hutchlnson, SC , pinned Robson Ew 112 - Hanshaw, Sh, dec. Blanton, Ho, 6-4; 11 - Donley, Ew, dec. Tleben, DC, 6-2; 125 - St lek, Ew, dec. Copeland, Sh, 3-2; 130 - Wei hold, Ew, dec. Schrader, Hu, 11-10; 135 - Hov\ ell, Ew. dec. Ryan, SC, 4-2 (ol); 1<!(; Gattonb DC, dec. Wellington, Sh 13-3; 145 - Pleiler, E dec. Carlson, K, 8-7; 152 - Casey King, El, de Moses, DC, 3-1 (ot); 160 - Witt, R, dec. Black more, U, 8-7; 171 - Alford, U, dec. Calvin Kin; El, 4-0; 169 - Wooffer, Ha, dec. Flax, TMP, 6-. 215 - Moses, DC, dec. Kency, SC, 5-3; 175 Mlchaud, C, pinned Tripp, Ew. Consolation 103 - Thayer, C, dec. Chatham U, 6-2; 112 Lancaster, K, pinned Bowman, SC; 119 - Dletz W, dec. Murphy, 0,7-3; 125 - Cunningham, DC dec. Bowmaker, C, 6-7; 130 - Meggison, SH dec. Hills, W, 7-5 (ot); 135 - Markley, Ha, dec Hook, C, 10-6; 140 - Blanton, H, dec. Stewart Hu, 8-4; 145 - Samuelson, 0, pinned Mlchaells Ho; 152 - Terrazas, U, dec. D.King 6, Ho, 6-2 160 - Grove, DC, dec. Iwlg, SH, 7-0; 171 Wlllms, C, pinned Ochs, W; 189 - Walker, U dec. Dutcher, C, 9-3; 215 - Royer, SH, dec Schlyer, Ha 8-6; 275 - Earis, Ha, pinned En gstrom SC. EUREKA INVITATIONAL SE Saline results 103-4. Koons del. Russell, Fredonla 3-0 Rummell, Chase County, del. Koons 7-0; Koon del. Crouch, Eureka 6-4; Koons pinned Leach Mulvane. 112 - 1. Joe Divilbiss pinned Tenelyck, S Mary's; Divilbiss del. Schmidt, Mulvane 11-2 Divilbiss del. Koehn, Valley Center 10-3 119-2. Jesse Divilbiss pinned Cagatln, Fre donla; Divilbiss dec. Owens, St. Mary's 17-9 Mlllerskow, Mulvane, defeated Divilbiss, techni cal (all. 171 - 3. Marks pinned Sumner, Fredonia Caskey, Mulvane, pinned Marks; Marks del Wigton, Eureka, 9-2; Marks pinned McCartney Valley Center. Junior varsity MINNEAPOLIS TOURNAMENT Sallna South results 112 - 1. Chanta; 125 - 1. Klenda; 140 - 1 Bauchman; 171 - 2. Nguyen; 215 - 2. Collins 140-3. King; 152-3. Moses. Junior high FORT RILEY INVITATIONAL Sallna results 75 -1. Foster, SS; 2. Anderson, SS; 4. Aldrich RL; 80 - 2. Benson, SS; 4. Dykes, SS; 85-2 Christy, RL; 90 - 2. Bastin, SS; 3. Wagner, RL 95-2.Wendt,RL;100-1. Brake, RL; 105 - 2 Miles, SS; 3. Anderson, RL; 110-2. Hutchln- son, RL; 3. Lovett, SS; 115 - 2. Bartlett, RL; 3 Pietrzyk, SS; 120-1. Bock; 127-1. Guhr, SS 2. Peebles, RL; 134 - 3. Greene, RL; 4. Miller, SS; 141-2. Toney, RL; 148-2. Woodall, HL; 155-1.Stiffler, HL Basketball Today's schedule SUNDAY, JANUARY 21 BASKETBALL Oklahoma women at Kansas State, 2 p.m. Oklahoma State women at Kansas, 2 p.m. NBA standings All times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Orlando New Yortc Washington Miami New Jersey Boston Philadelphia Chicago Indiana Cleveland Atlanta Detroit Charlotte Milwaukee Toronto W 28 24 19 17 16 15 7 Central Division 33 23 20 21 19 18 15 10 Pet .737 .632 .500 .447 .421 .395 .194 .917 .622 .555 .553 .528 .474 .405 .263 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division GB San Antonio Houston Utah Denver Dallas Minnesota Vancouver Seattle Sacramento LA Lakers Portland Golden State Phoenix LA Clippers W 25 27 23 16 12 11 L 11 12 13 23 24 27 _ 30 Pacific Division 26 11 22 13 • 21 17 19 19 17 22 14 21 15 23 Pel .694 .692 .639 .410 .333 .289 .211 .703 .629 .553 .500 .436 .400 .395 QB V4 2% 11 13V4 1514 3 514 7VS 10 11 1114 Friday's results Atlanta 62, Philadelphia 77 Washington 93, New Jersey 87 Indiana 89, Detroit 81 Charlotte 11 4, Miami 106 Minnesota 100, San Antonio 92 Dallas 129, Boston 124 Utah 111, Orlando 99 Portland 101, Phoenix 64 New York 100, Seattle 97 (ot) LA Lakers 106, LA Clippers 100 Saturday's results New Jersey 103, Minnesota 97 (ot) Golden State 110, Charlotte 102 Allanta 98, Miami 78 Sacramento 115, Denver 110 Vancouver 84, New York 60 Utah vs. LA Clippers at Anaheim, (n) Cleveland at LA Lakers, (n) , Sunday's games Boston at Toronto, 11 a.m. Chicago at Detroit, 11a.m. Orlando at Houston, 1 :30 p.m. Washington at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. San Antonio at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Dallas at Seattle, 7 p.m. Sacramento at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Cleveland at Portland, 8 p.m. NBA boxscores NETS 103, WOLVES 97 MINNESOTA (97) Gugliotta 10-16 1-3 22, Mitchell 3-8 2-2 8. Laettner 8-15 9-10 25, Rider 7-21 2-3 17, Porter 1 -5 44 6, Martin 04 1 -2 1 , West 24 0-0 4, Garnett 3-7 0-0 6, Rooks 3-3 2-2 8. Totals 37-83 21 2697. NEW JERSEY (103) Brown 2-14 6-6. 10, Gilllam 11-22 1-1 23, Bradley 2-6 0-0 4, 0'Bannon 8-14 3-3 19, Chllds 10-23 7-9 30, Perry 2-6 0-0 4, Dare 3-4 1-2 7, Fleming 1-30-02, Graham 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 41 • 97 18-21 103. Minnesota 21 25 25 21 5— 97 New Jersey 2622222211—103 3-Point goals— Minnesota 2-9 (Gugliotta 1-1, Rider 1-4, Laettner 0-1, Gamett 0-1, Porter 0-2), New Jersey 3-9 (Childs 3-6, Perry 0-1, O'Bannon 0-2). Fouled out— Bradley. Rebounds- Minnesota 45 (Gugliotta, Laettner 9), New Jersey 65 (Brown 14). Assists— Minnesota 22 (Martin 6), New Jersey 20 (Childs 10). Total louls— Minnesota 20, New Jersey 22. Techni- cals—Minnesota illegal defense 2, New Jersey Illegal defense. A— 12,026 (20,049). WARRIORS 110, HORNETS 102 GOLDEN STATE (110) Kersey 3-5 0-0 6, Smith 9-18 3-5 21, Selkaly 49 2-2 10, Armstrong 7-16 3-3 19, Sprewell 7-16 2-2 20, Galling 5-106-616, Hardaway 7-19 1-2 16. Totals 42-93 17-20 110. CHARLOTTE (102) Johnson 4-13 4-4 12, Curry 6-19 3-4 23, Gelger 7-9 2-2 16, Rice 1 1-26 OX) 25, Adams 49 0-0 9, Addison 1 -4 0-0 2, Hancock 4-1 0 3-4 1 1 , Zldek 1-3 0-0 2, Parish 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 41-95 12-14 102. Golden State 29 26 31 24—110 Charlotte 28 31 22 21—102 3-Polnt goals— Golden State 9-1 5 (Sprewell 46, Hardaway 3-5, Armstrong 2-4), Charlotte 8-23 (Curry 4-10, Rice 3-6, Adams 1 -4, Johnson 0-3). Fouled out— None. Rebounds— Golden State 64 (Smith 20), Charlotte 46 (Geiger 10). Assists—Golden State 23 (Hardaway 9), Charlotte 22 (Johnson 7). Total louls— Golden State 12, Charlotte 18. Technicals— Mullin 2, Charlotte Illegal defense 3. Flagrant foul— Adams. Ejection— Mullin. A— 24,042 (24,042). HAWKS 98, HEAT 78 MIAMI (78) Askins 1-1 0-0 3, Willis 4-7 0-0 8. Mourning 512 0-2 10, Chapman 3-10 0-0 6, Coles 3-12 3-4 10, Thomas 6-8 1-213, Gamble 0-2 0-0 0, Myers 3-1 1 2-2 9, Rencher 2-7 0-0 4, Lenaid 5-7 00 13, Schayes 0-2 2-2 2. Totals 32-79 8-12 78. l I ATLANTA (98) Augmon 4-9 4-412, Long 7-126-6 20, Lang 612 1-1 13, Smith 3-11 4-4 10, Blaylock 6-9 0-0 16, Ehlo 4-8 4-412, Webb 2-2 0'4 4, Henderson 0-5 1-21, Bullard 3-8 0-0 6, Grandlson 1-2 0-0 2, Mundl 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 37-79 20-21 98 Miami 25 21 12 20-78 Atlanta 22 22 31 23—98 3-Polnt goals—Miami 6-17 (Lenard 3-4, Ask- Ins 1-1, Myers 1-3, Coles 1-4, Rencher 0-2, Chapman 0-3), Atlanta 4-12 (Blaylock 4-6, Bullard 0-1, Grandlson 0-1, Ehlo 0-2, Smith 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Miami 44 (Mourning, Thomas 7), Allanta 50 (Lang 11). Assists—Miami 17 (Coles 4), Atlanta 16 (Blaylock 4). Total fouls—Miami 19, Atlanta 15. A—• 15,422 (16,365). KINGS 115, NUGGETS 110 SACRAMENTO (115) Grant 6-8 0-0 12, W.Willlams 1-4 10-12 12, Polynlce 7-13 2-2 16, Richmond 8-16 5-7 22, Edney 6-8 3-6 15, Williamson 0-3 0-0 0, Causwell 0-1 0-0 0, Corbln 5-10 6-7 16, Marci- ulionls 5-710-11 20, Simmons 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 39-723645115. DENVER (110) D.Ellis 6-141-115, McDyess 6-121-5 13, Mu- tombo 7-8 6-6 20, Abdul-Raul 12-22 7-7 36, Stith 2-8 7-7 12, Rose 2-4 3-4 8, L.EIIIs 2-6 2-9 6. Totals 37-74 27-39110. Sacramento 23 28 33 31—115 Denver 24 26 32 28—110 3-Polnt goals—Sacramento 1-7 (Richmond 1., W.Willlams 0-1, Edney 0-1, Marclulionis 0-1), Denver 9-19 (Abdul-Raul 5-11, D.EIIIs 2-5, Stlth 1-1, Rose 1-1, LEIlis 0-1). Fouled out—Grant, Stith. Rebounds—Sacramento 48 (Polynice 13), Denver 43 (McDyess 12). Assists—Sacramento 24 (Edney 10), Denver 27 (Rose 11). Total fouls—Sacramento 28, Denver 28. Techni- cals—Sacramento Illegal defense 2, Denver illegal defense. A—16,820 (17,171). KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conference All Games W L 6 0 .. _ W L Tabor 60 10 6 McPherson 51' 96 Friends 52 6 11 Sterling 42 79 Ottawa 33 59 Kansas Wesleyan 34 5 11 Bethel 24 5 10 Southwestern 06 4 11 Bethany 06 2 14 This week's schedule Tuesday - Bethel 68, Bethany 66. Wednesday - Tabor 63, Friends 57; Sterling 89, Kansas Wesleyan 74; McPherson 89, Southwestern 71. Friday - Avila, Mo. 76, Ottawa 68. Saturday -Kansas Wesleyan 86, Ottawa 79; Tabor 83, Bethany 71; Storting 86, Bethel 83; McPherson 76, St. Mary's 54; Friends 74, Southwestern 70. WOMEN Conference All Games W L 6 0 W 15 12 ilerilng iethany 4 2 Southwestern 42 Ottawa 42 7 : riends 43 9 Bethel 24 5 Tabor 24 4 (ansas Wesleyan 25 7 McPherson 06 2 This week's schedule Monday - Benedictine 59, Ottawa 51. Tuesday - Bethel 56, Bethany 47. Wednesday - Friends 66, Tabor 51; Sterling 69, Karisas Wesleyan 67; Southwestern 79, McPherson 68. Thursday - Bethany 65, Colorado College 41. Saturday - Sterling 78, Bethel 42; Bethany 48, Tabor 45; St. Mary's 74, McPherson 62; 01- awa 74, Kansas Wesleyan 67; Friends 72, Southwestern 60. College men SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 76, WICHITA STATE 54 WICHITA STATE (5-13) Callls 1-2 5-6 7, Amett 2-51-4 5, McKey 3-6 26, Miller 2-5 1-2 5, Williams 1-1 0-1 2, Schultz 1-1 0-0 0, Bryant 1-2 0-0 2, Flowers 3-5 1-2 8, leldon 1-7 1-2 3, Hill 2-12 0-1 5, Herrs 3-6 0-0 , Bunch 0-31-41. Totals 19-55 12-26 54. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (9-6) Tucker 4-8 0-0 8, Burzynskl 3-11 0-0 8, Tlm- lertake 2-2. 0-0 4, Hudson 11-20 6-6 35, awkins 4-7 3-4 14, Ford 0-1 0-0 0, Jenkins 0-1 -4 1, Watts 2-5 0-0 4, Nelson 1-2 0-0 2, Jones 0-6 0-0 0. Totals 27-6310-14 76. Halfllme—S. Illinois 39, Wichita St. 21. 3- olnters—Wichita St. 4-19 (Amott 0-1, Miller 0, Schultz 0-1, Bryant 0-1, Flowers 1-2, Kleldon D-2, Hill 1-7, Herrs 2-4), S. Illinois 12-28 (Tucker 0-1, Burzynski 2-8, Hudson 7-11, Hawkins 3-6, enklns 0-1, Nelson 0-1). Fouled Out—None, ebounds—Wichita St. 44 (Callio 11), S. Illinois 9 (Watts 7). Assists—Wichita St. 11 (McKey 3), . Illinois 18 (Burzynski 5). Total fouls—Wichita 1.16, S. Illinois 20. A—5,844. STERLING 86, BETHEL 83 STERLING (7-9) Frederick 19, Ont]es 5, Pete 9, Briar 4, Smith , Mlnneman 2, Eggers 23, Hudson 8, Sabata 4. Totals 32-64 14-24 86. BETHEL (5-10) Bailey 14, McMillan 6, Solo 6, Broadhagen 6, arris 14, Slfuentes 31, Rosenhagen 2, Dunn 4. otals 29-58 20-26 83. Halttime score - Bethel, 33-29. TABOR 83, BETHANY 71 TABOR (10-6) Wlchert 6-10 6-6 18, Garrison 3-7 5-5 12, nney 5-105-815, Glanzer 2-2 0-0 5, Pyle 7-11 3-4 21, Justus 0-2 1-2 1, Jost 3-5 1-1 7, Quiring 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 26-50 25-30 63. BETHANY (2-14) Bates 9-21 34 26, Mortenson 3-10 0-2 7, hupe 241 -2 5, Magner 5-11 4416, Hajek 3-7 04 9, Charvat 1-21-1 3, Ihnken 0-2 34 3, Anerson 14 0-0 2, Sharkey 0-1 0-0 Blandlng 0-1 -00. Totals 24 63 12-17 71. Halttime score - Bethany, 4140.3 point goals T 6-11 (Pyle 4, Garrison 1, Glanzer 1) B 116 (Bates 5, Ha|ek 3, Magner 2, Mortenson 1. ebounds - T 26 (Flnney 10), B 27 (Mortenson, hupe 6). Assists - T12 (Garrison, Finney 3), B 5 (Magner 6). Total fouls - T15, B 23. Fouled ut - Bates, Shupe. Turnovers -T 13, B 12. MCPHERSON 76, ST. MARY'S 54 ST. MARY'S Poper 3, Shepard 6, TJohnson 7, Ahrens 2, nderson 19. Andrix 1, Greenfield 3, G.Johnson 3. Totals 18-55 17-29 54. MCPHERSON (W) Roland 12, Owens 4, Snodgrass 2, Dingman Rice 18, Delay 6, Richardson 17, Walker 4 fenzel 8. Totals 30-62 7-15 76. Halttime score - McPherson, 39-25. MISSOURI SOUTHERN 79 EMPORIA STATE 69 EMPORIA STATE (8-8) Layton 21, Henry 26, Harkness 8, Bunion 6, eiler 4, Massey 2, DuCree 2. Totals 20-46 23269. MISSOURI SOUTHERN (6-8) Fisher 10, Shorter 7, Olson 17, Rece 23, hillips 6, Drum 10, Robbins 2, Ray 4. Totals 244 26-30 79. Halftlme score - Emporia State, 35-26. FRIENDS 74, SOUTHWESTERN 70 FRIENDS (6-11) Holmes 9, Dye 13, Anderson 6, Knoll 5, West 2, Martin 6, Schneider 2, Gray 17. Totals 2347 4-3474. SOUTHWESTERN (3-11) Roop 13, Harrilin 4, Carter 7, Wollenberg 3, ount 7, Bradford 4, Hartley 24, Higglns 6 To- Is 26-51 11-1470. Halftime score - Southwestern, 37-24. CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE 83 WASHBURN 71 WASHBURN (8-7) Bule 28, Harbert 7, Schuler 6, Staats 9, Jones Nelson 13, Pollard 6. Totals 26-56 16-22 71 CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE (14-2) Jefferies 12, Richardson 11, Linson 10, Turner Karsten2, Ealy20, Crittenden 10, Cain 4 Laner 7. Totals 25*3 2640 83. Halftime score - Central Missouri, 42-31. KANSAS WESLEYAN 86, OTTAWA 79 KANSAS WESLEYAN (5-11) Ellis 0-2 2-2 2, Bell 1-3 0-0 3, Mclntire 2-3 0-0 Gente 12-22 9-12 38, Goodnight 0-2 0-0 0, oyd 2-2 0-0 5, Broyless 2-3 OX) 4, Dwayne' oleman 8-12 2-2 18, Dwight Coleman 5-9 2-3 Totals 32-57 15-19 86. OTTAWA (5-9) Robinson 3-5 0-0 6, Miller 1 -10-0 3, Kamatz 020-00, Klrchner 2-8 OX) 8, Schneider 2-6 0-0 5, Cummlngs 6-14 6-818, Hermreck 10-17 34 26, King 341-2 7, Banks 4-7 0-2 8. Totals 31-64101679. Halftime score - Kansas Wesleyan, 39-38.3- polnt goals - KW 7-11 (Bell 1, Gentz 5, Uoyd 1), 0 7-20 Miller 1, Klrchner 2, Schneider 1, Hermreck 3). Total fouls - KW 12,018. Fouled out - Hermreck. Rebounds - KW 22 (Dwayne Coleman, Gentz 5), 0 30 (Cummlngs 10). Assists - KW 13 (Ellis 6), 0 18 (Klrchner 8). turnovers-KW 9,09. College women SW MISSOURI STATE 69 WICHITA STATE 66 SW MISSOURI STATE (12-2) Davies 3-85-611, Davis 6-152-314, Jackson 0-1 2-2 2, McVay 5-8 10-11 20, Reed 1-61-2 3, Bartlett 24 2-2 6, Winn 2-5 4-6 8, Jennings 1-2 0-0 3, Moore 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 21-51 26-32 69 WICHITA STATE (4-12) Johnson 10-19 4-6 24, Shaw 4-14 0-1 8, Scrogglns 14 0-0 2, Evans 4-9 2-310, Gullett 01 0-0 0, Marsh 3-3 0-0 6, Jackson 0-1 0-1 0, Rauscher 0-1 0-0 0, Alexander 5-9 3-316, Serl- ta Wright 0-2 0-1 0. Totals 27-63 9-15 66. Halflime - SW Missouri State 41-24. 3 point goals - SW 1 -7 (Jennings 1), W 3-10 (Alexander 3). Fouls - SW 18, W 24. Fouled out - none. Rebounds - SW 35 (Davies 8), W 42 (Shaw 13). Assists - SW 5 (Davies 3), W 15 (Johnson 4). Turnovers - SW 21, W 21. Technical fouls none. A-1146. STERLING 78, BETHEL 42 STERLING (154) Pinkston 2, Harms-Duff 17, R.Russell 7, Derrttt 2, Gregslon 11, T.Russell 13, Woudstra 8, Car- rilhers 2, Swenson 8, Pearson 8. Totals 31-72 5778. BETHEL (5-11) Bowe 2, Unruh 2, Unruh 2, Hill 6, Kynaston 5, Cappelletti 6, Funk 2, Stucky 5, Franz 11; Allen 1. Totals 15-62 11-20 42. Halftime score - Sterling, 47-13. FORT HAYS STATE 87 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS 65 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS (9-7) Gomez 4-9 3-4 11, Wechter 1-3 0-0 2, Allman 3-8 0-1 6, Charley 0-6 34 3, Gallegos 8-21 5-9 26, Thompson 5-15 0-0 15, Sandoval 0-1 ?-2 2, Henry 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-6413-20 65. FORT HAYS STATE (9-7) Lyne 8-14 4-6 24, Reeves 9-11 2-3 20, Nulty 610 2-2 14, Hayden 4-7 1-2 9, Robinson 3-8 5-6 13, Kennedy 0-5 1-2 1, Huggans 2-3 0-0 4, Shandy 1-2 0-0 2, Marez 0-1 0-2 0, Beckley 0-1 0-1 0. Totals 33-62 15-24 87. Halflime score - Fort Hays State, 4541. 3 point goals - NMH 10-31 (Gallegos 5-14, Thompson 5-14), FHS 6-12 (Lyne 4-6, Robinson 2-6). Rebounds - NMH 42 (Allman 12), FHS 41 (Nulty 10). Assists - NMH 9 (Gallegos 40), FHS 24 (Robinson 6). Totals fouls - NMH 21, FHS 16. Fouled out - Gomez, Wechter. Turnovers - NMH21.FHS13.A-340. BETHANY 48, TABOR 45 TABOR (4-11) Shadid 4-11 0-0 6, Morris 3-13 4-5 10, Pyle 27 0-2 4, Ratzlaff 5-11 0-0 10, Grunder 0-1 1-21, Taber 2-8 0-0 4, Penner 0-1 0-0 0, Friesen 4-7 0-0 8. Totals 20-59 5-9 45. BETHANY (12-2) Magnet! 4-8 0-0 6, Rolls 0-6 0-0 0, Cox 6-1024 14, Eilert 0-2 0-0 0, Newcomer 0-3 0-0 0, Stuart 3-7 0-0 6, Lager 1-2 0-0 2, Holzwarth 2-5 0-0 4, Gregory 7-12 0-1 14, Ptacek 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 23-57 2-5 46. Halftime score - Tabor, 25-22.3 point goals T 0-2, B 0-2. Rebounds - T 32 (Friesen 9), B 35 (Cox 12). Assists - T 6 (morris 4), B 18 (Newcome, Stuart, Ptacek 4). Total fouls -T 15, B15. Fouled out - none. Turnovers - T16, B 20. FRIENDS 72, SOUTHWESTERN 60 FRIENDS (9-6) Sommers 1, Peterson 4, Egan 6, Ownby 9, Brown 12, Eitzmann 7, Shuster 15, Rlppe 11, Staals 7. Totals 31-54 6-11 72. SOUTHWESTERN (6-9) Dennett 14, Peterson 9, Ashentelter 5, Ouin- nones 7, Sneed 17, Doramus 4, Leith 4. Totals 20-49 20-22 60. Halftime score - Friends, 41-27. Lyons 63, Ellsworth 69 Madison 69, Marals des Cygnes 88 Mankato63,WacondaEast58 Marion 53, Lamed 42 Marmaton Valley 84, Jayhawk-LInn 47 McCook 69, Ulysses 59 McLouth 83, KC Christian 55 McPherson 72, Blue Valley North 63 Minneapolis 71, Ell-Saline 57 Moundrldge 55, Sterling 31 Newton 67, TMP-Martan 45 Nlckerson 56, Herington 55 Northern Valley 76, Eastern Heights 52 Norton 55, Smith Center 54 Oberfln 68, Hemdon 65 (ot) Olathe Christian 60, Eudora 44 Osbome 59, Phllllpsburg 49 Oils-Bison 83, Stafford 51 Ottawa 57, Motion 41 Ponca City, Okla. 81, Scott City 46 Sallna Central 56, Sallna South 44 Sallna Sacred Heart 56, Russell 54 (ot) Santa Fe Trail 69, Baldwin 33 Southwestern Heights 49, Stanton County 44 St. Francis 62, Republican Valley, Neb. 38 Sylvan 68, Lincoln 83 Tonganoxle 76, Wamego 69 Topeka High 80, Wichita West 47 Valley Heights 75, Rlley County 64 Wellsville 68, Atchlson 66 While City 58, Tescott 40 • White Rock 79, Hlllcrest 70 Wichita South 47, Liberal 20 Wilson 62, Lucas-Luray 61 (ot) Winfleld 43, Maize 40 GIRLS Belolt 59, Ulysses 54 Cambridge, Neb. 65, Hoxle 40 Centre 63, White City 34 Cheylin 54, Sharon Springs 44 Dundy Co., Neb. 62, Atwood 54 Eastern Heights 37, Morfand 32 Goodland 55, Clayton, N.M. 51 Hanover 33, Linn 26 Hope 43, Bennlngton 37 Hugoton 46, Elkhart 22 Lakln 66, Clmarron 55 Leotl 43, Stanton County 23 Lexington, Neb. 47, Liberal 45 Logan 84, Kensington 57 Madison 46, Marais des Cygnes 35 ' Mankalo 71, Southern Cloud 47 McCook, Neb. 51, Colby 35 Oberiin 64, Hemdon 33 Osbome 44, Ellis 42 Plainville 44, Hill City 42 Republican Valley, Neb. 55, St. Francis 27 Rlley County 49, Clifton-Clyde 45 Southwestern Heights 46, Syracuse 43 Sylvan 52, Wilson 39 Tescott41,Wakefield23 Tlpton 55, Lincoln 39 Valley Heights 58, Washington 36 Waconda East 74, Jewell 59 High school BOYS Friday's games MCPHERSON INVITATIONAL Semifinals MCPHERSON 79, EMPORIA ei McPherson 21 21 23 14-79 Emporia 15 15 10 21-61 McPherson - Pyle 3, Brown 7, Alexander 21, Powell 1, Kline 2, Johnson 9, Fiedler 13, Marten 7, Schullhelss 6, Sears 10. Emporia - Symes 5, Thornton 10, Emlg 18, Hill 2, Davis 4, Rinker 2, Eubanks 6, Tegtmeler 14. GIRLS Friday's games REGULAR SEASON ELL-SALINE 36, INMAN 35 Ell-Saline 8 14 8 6-36 Inman 11 e 8 8-35 Ell-Saline - Griffin 16, Issacson 2, Atkinson 6, Carazo 3, Jensen 4, Walters 5. Inman - statistics not provided by home team. Hockey Juco men CLOUD COUNTY 88, COLBY 74 CLOUD COUNTY (16-3) Bowens 6-11 6-6 19, Gerstner 6-10 2-3 18, E.Smlth 5-15 5-616, Keller 4-5 3-311, Jones 46 0-0 8, Ague! 4-6 0-0 8, Leon 2-5 1-1 5, Johnette 1-5 0-0 2, B.Smlth 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 326617-1988. COLBY (10-8) Greene 10-14 5-6 25, Rasul 6-11 5-7 17, Washington 5-140-012, Lee 4-12 0-010, Johnson 2-3 0-0 5, Bailey 2-7 0-0 5, Reimann 0-2 00 0, McDonald 0-1 0-0 0. Totals - 29-64 10-13 74. Halflime score - Cloud County, 41-38. 3 point goals - Cl 7-18 (Gerstner 4, Bowens 1, E.Smith 1, Johnette 1), Co 6-23 (Washington 2, Lee 2, Johnson 1, Bailey 1). Rebounds - 'Cl 26 (Bowens 7), Co 32 (Rasul 13). Assists - Cl 23 (E.Smlth 9), Co 15 (Washington 4). Total louls Cl 13, Co 18. Fouled out - Washington. Turnovers-CM 5, Co 20. Juco women CLOUD COUNTY 65, COLBY 63 COLBY (10-9) M. Lopez 7-13 3-5 23, B. Lopez 6-10 34 17, Davis 5-16 0-2 10, Priselac 1-2 2-3 4, Mapp 1-2 0-0 2, Hoss 140-03, Cook 0-1 2-2 2, McGaugh 1-30-02, Livingston 0-3 04 0. Totals 22-54 102063 CLOUD COUNTY (16-5) Wilson 11-21 7-8 29, Smith 3-11 4-8 10, Gronewoller 3-10 3-5 9, Allen 4-13 0X19, Holns 3-50-06, Sumner 11-20-01, Dohrman 0-1 OK) 0, Rogers 0-3 0-0 0. totals 25-66 14-21 65. Halttime score —Colby, 32-28. 3-polnt goals — Colby 9-16 (M. Lopez 6-11, B. Lopez 2-2, Mapp 1-2, LJvlngton 0-1), Cloud County 1-6 (Gronewoller 0-1, Allen 1-5). Rebounds — Colby 30 (Davis 8), Cloud County 47 (Wilson 21). Total fouls —Colby 18, Cloud County 17. Fouled out—Davis. Technical fouls —none. Turnovers — Colby 21, Cloud County 23. Assists — Colby 13 (Allen 4), Cloud County 14 (M. Lopez, Hoss, Livington 3). BROWN MACKIE 90 CENTRAL McPHERSON 83 BROWN MACKIE (11-9) Hance 4 3-6 11, Albright 4 24 10, Wilson 1 00 2, Harrison 1 2-2 4, Hines 8 7-9 20, Cooper 10 7-8 27, Johnston 0 0-1 0, Mitchell 2 0-4 4, Redding 60-012. Totals 33 21-34 90. CENTRAL MCPHERSON (10^) Dixon 2 3-3 9, Holmes 7 8-10 23, Garrett 1 00 3, Sorenson 1 0-0 2, Arrington 21-26, Clark 2 4-7 8, Smith 8 6-6 22, Stansberry 3 34 10. Totals 26 25-32 83. Halttime score - Central McPherson, 44-39.3- polnt goals - BM 3 (Hlnes 3), CM 6 (Dixon 2, Holmes 1, Garrett. 1, Arrington 1, Stansberry 1). Total fouls - BM 26, CM 26. Fouled out - Hlnes, Redding, Sanders. High school scores BOYS Abilene 61, Clay Center 58 (ot) Atwood 86, Hoxie 56 Augusta 70, Anderson County 63 Belolt 55, Lexington, Neb. 53 Bennington 60, Wakefleld 47 Buhler81,Hesslon49 Buhler JV 74, Canton-Galva 73 (ol) Cambridge, Neb. 75. Dundy Co., Neb. 54 Chapman 69, Circle 66 Cheney 81, Halstead 47 Cheylin 67, Sharon Springs 53 Cimarron 61, Syracuse 51 Clifton-Clyde 60, Hanover 56 Crest 62, Pomona 52 Derby 53, Blue Valley-Stilwell 39 Douglass 59, Belle Plalne 43 El Dorado 69, Wellington 58 Garden Plain 55, Andale 54 Goddard 47, Valley Center 44 Goodland 58, Colby 48 Great Bend 72, Emporia 68 (ot) Hiawatha 71, Perry-Lecompton 57 Hillsboro 52, Belleville 45 Hoisington 83, Greensburg 53 Hope 67, Centre 57 Hugoton 66, Holcomb 65 (ot) Inman 77, Smoky Valley 74 Junction City 65, Enid, Okla. 60 KC Turner 56, Bonner Springs 53 Kensington 64, Logan 53 Lakin 65, Sublette 61 Little River 55, Clallin 43 NHL standings All times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T PU GF GA NY Rangers 28 11 8 84 175 130 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 NewJersey 19 22 4 42 116 115 NY Islanders 12 23 8 32 125 161 Pittsburgh Montreal Boston Buffalo Hartford Ottawa Northeast Division 28 14 21 18 19 17 18 23 1723 8 34 59 218 149 48 139 140 44 149 152 39 129 145 39 118 138 17 97 173 51 145 135 44 119 124 44 164 168 32 116 155 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts GF GA Detroit 32 9 3 67 164 95 Chicago 23 15 9 55 156 130 Toronto 22 17 7 St. Louis 18 19 8 Winnipeg 20 22 4 Dallas 11 23 10 Pacific Division Colorado 24 14 8 56 179 130 Vancouver 16 17 11 Los Angeles 16 19 11 Calgary 16 22 9 Edmonton 17 23 6 Anaheim 16 26 5 San Jose 10 32 4 Friday's results No games scheduled Saturday's results All-Star game: East 5, West 4 Sunday's games No games scheduled 43 163 151 43 158 155 41 138 150 40 126 177 37 133 160 24 141 211 Tennis i: Australian Open SEEDED PLAYERS RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — How the seeded players fared Saturday in the Australian Open: MEN Singles Third Round Mark Philippoussis, Australia, del. Pete Sam- pras (1), Tampa, Fla., 64,7-6 (11-9), 7-6 (7-3). Boris Becker (4), Germany, del. Magnus Larsson, Sweden, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3,6-3. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (6), Russia, del. Michael Tebbutt, Australia, 7-5,5-7,64,6-2. Thomas Enqvlst (7), Sweden, del. Heman Gumy, Argentina, 6-2,7-8 (7-3), 3-6,6-1. WOMEN Singles Third Round Conchita Martinez (2), Spain, del. Jana Kan- darr, Germany, 6-3,6-0. Anke Huber (8), Germany, del. Ludmila Richterova, Czech Republic, 6-2,6-1. Lindsay Davenport (10), Murrieta, Calif., del. Nanne Dahlman, Finland, 64,7-5. Brenda Schutlz-McCarthy (11), Netherlands, del. Kristie Boogert, Netherlands, 4-6,6-1,64. FEATURED MATCHES SCHEDULE MELBOURNE, Australia (AP)—The schedule ol matches Sunday Involving seeded players In the Australian Open: All Times CST Play begins at 5:45 p.m. Saturday Mlkael Tillstrom, Sweden, vs. Thomas Muster (3), Austria Sabine Appelmans, Belgium, vs. Iva Majoll (7), Croatia SUNDAY'S SEEDED RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Sunday from the seventh day of the $6.35 million Australian Open tennis championships (seed- Ings In parentheses): MEN Singles Third round Renzo Furian, Italy, def. Goran Ivanisevic (10), Croatia, 6-2,3-8,64,6-2. Fourth round Michael Chang (5), Henderson, Nev., def. Jean-Philippe Fleurian, France, 6-2,8-3,64. Jim Courier (8), Miami, del. Marcos Ondruska, South Africa, 7-5,2-6,4-6,64,6-2. Andre Agassi (2), Las Vegas, def. Jonas Bjorkman, Sweden, 4-6,6-2,44,6-1.6-2. WOMEN Singles Third Round Amanda Coetzer (16), South Africa, dot. Rika Hiraki, Japan, 6-3,6-1. Fourth round Monica Seles (1), Sarasota, Fla., def. Naoko Sawamatsu (15), Japan, 6-1,6-3. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (3), Spain, def. Mary Joe Fernandez (9), Miami, 6-3,6-3. Chanda Rubin (13), Lafayette, La., def. Gabrtela Sabatlni (6), Argentina, 6-2,64. Golf PGA scores PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) - Scores Saturday after the fourth round of Ihe $1.3 million Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, played on the 7,037- yard, par-72 Indian Ridge CC; 6,927-yard, par- 72 Bermuda Dunes CC; 6,478-yard, par-72 Indian Wells CC; and the 8,881-yard, par-72 Tamarisk CC: 86-68-69-67-270 71-85-71-63—270 69-71-65-65—270 69-68-69-84—270 72-67-67-65—271 69-89-64-69—271 72-6B-65-67—272 71 -65-65-71—272 69-64-70-69—272 68-68-69-68—273 68-68-67-70—273 Marie Brooks Payne Stewart John Huston Jeff Maggert Fred Couples Nolan Henke Jesper Pamevlk Brad Bryant Paul Goydos Tom Kite Fulton Allem Jim Furyk Donnle Hammond Scott Hoch John Adams Omar Urestl Woody Austin Bruce Lletzke Lee Rinker David Duval Kenny Perry MarkWIebe Bob Lohr Mike Springer Dave Stockton Scott Gump Jay Don Blake Joe Ozakl Mark Calcavecchla Scott McCarron Kelly Gibson Brad Faxon Sandy Lyle Brian Hennlnger Allen Doyle Lennle Clements Joe Acosta Jr. Jonathan Kaye Jay Haas Curtis Strange Gary McCord Robert Gamez Steve Pate Keith Fergus TedTryba Brian Kamm John Inman Dillard Prultt Gil Morgan Steve Jones Mike Standly David Edwards David Toms Neal Lancaster Justin Leonard Hugh W. Royer Tommy Armour III Grant Weite Bob Gilder Ted Schulz Larry Nelson 72-67-67-67—273 67-69-67-71—274 70-69-87-68—274 69-66-71-69—275 70-70-69-66—275 74-66-69-66—275 69-71-70-65-275 68-70-67-71—276 70-72-70-64—276 75-69-67-65—276 70-68-65-73—276 72-68-66-70—276 68-71-73-64—276 70-68-71-68—277 69-69-71-68^-277 67-72-72-66—277 70-71-69-67—277 67-68-71-71—277 74-68-71-65—278 77-70-84-67—278 73-73-66-86—278 72-69-68-69—276 71-71-67-69—278 70-72-88-68—278 72-74-68-65—279 71-68-74-66—279 76-67-64-70—279 68-72-72-67—279 71-69-68-72—280 75-71-65-69—280 71-67-76-66—280 .70-73-70-67—280 74-68-71-67—280 71-70-71-68—280 66-68-72-74—280 70-73-68-70—261 73-68-70-70-281 71-71-72-67—281 69-72-71-69—281 73-70-70-68—281 70-71-72-68—281 71-69-71-70—281 76-69-69-67—281 71-70-71-69—281 72-72-72-65—281 73-69-67-72-281 72-74-69-66—281 70-69-75-67—281 70-73-67-71—261 72-70-71-68—281 Seniors scores DORADO, Puerto Rico (AP) — Scores Saturday after the second round of the $800,000 Senior Tournament of Champions on the 6,740- yard, par-72 Hyatt Dorado Beach East Course; John Bland 69-68—137 Jim Colbert 67-70—137 LeeTrevIno 69-69—138 Bob Murphy 68-70—138 Tony Jacklin 68-70—138 Graham Marsh 68-70—136 Ray Floyd 69-70—139 Bob Charles 72-68—140 George Archer 69-71—140 Mike Hill • 71-70—141 JlmAlbus 73-69—142 Simon Hobday 73-69—142 J.C. Snead 73-69—142 Hale Irwln 71-71—142 JackNIcklaus 70-72—142 Dave Stockton 69-73—142 Jim Dent 75-71—146 Don Bies 72-74—146 Jimmy Powell 71-75—146 LPGA scores ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Scores Saturday after the second round of the $450,000 LPGA Health- South tournament on the 6,336-yard, par-72 Disney's Lake Buena Vista Club course: Patty Sheehan 66-71—137 Jane Geddes 72-67—139 KristiAlbers 72-67—139 KarrieWebb 70-70—140 Helen Alfredsson 70-70—140 Caroline Pierce 67-73—140 Martha Nause 73-68—141 Alice Miller 73-68-141 Alicia Dlbos 72-69—141 Jill McGIII 71-70—141 Uselolte Neumann . 73-69—142 Mayuml Hlrase 73-69—142 Luclana Bemvenuti 73-69—142 TanlaAbitbol 73.59—142 Betsy King 72-70—142 Laura Davies 72-70—142 Julie Piers 70-72—142 Gristle Kerr 70-72—142 Dana Dormann 68-74—142 Wendy Ward 72-71—143 Marianne Morris 72-71—143 Missie McGeorge 71 -72—143 Nancy Harvey 71-72—143 Tracy Hanson 71-72—143 Patti Berendt 70-73—143 Val Skinner 74-70—144 Susie Redman 73-71—144 Michelle McGann 73-71—144 Hiroml Kobayashl 73-71—144 Kate Golden 73-71—144 Michelle Bell 73-71—144 Shirley Furlong 72-72—144 Vfckl Fergon 72-72—144 Renee Heiken 72-72 144 Kim Williams 71.73—144 Jennifer Wyatt 70-74—144 Kim Bauer 69-75—144 Kelly Robbins 68-76—144 Kris Tschetter 73-72—145 Cindy Schreyer 73-72—145 Beth Daniel 73-72—145 Kathryn Marshall 73-72—145 Amy Fruhwirth 73-72—145 Emilee Klein 72-73—145 Pat Hurst 72-73—145 Dottle Pepper 71-74—145 Melissa McNamara 71-74—145 Leta Llndley 71-74—145 Mitzl Edge 75-71—146 MegMallon 74.72—146 Tammle Green 74.72—146 Allison Rnney 74.72—148 Lauri Morten 73-73—146 Cindy Figg Currier 73-73—146 Tina Barrett 73-73—146 Karen Noble 73-73—146 Ellle Gibson 72-74—146 AmyAlcott 72-74—146 Tina Patemostro 72-74—148 Laurie Brower 72-74—146 Barb Thomas 71 -75—145 Alison Nicholas 71-75—146 Nancy Lopez 70-78—146 Lenore Rittenhouse 77-70—147 Stephanie Maynor 74.73—147 Sally Little 74-73-147 Chris Johnson 74.73—147 Michelle Estlll 74.73—147 Page Dunlap 74.73—147 Pat Bradley . 74-73-147 J.Gallagher-Smlth 74.73—147 C. Johnston-Forbes 73-74—147 Jerilyn Bite 73-74—147 C.Nilsmark-Wlckberg 73-74—147 Recreation SPR scores MEN'S BASKETBALL League B - Cabinets, Etc. 86, Elbows R US 65; Elide Extreme 85, Chlco's Ball Bondsmen 51.' . League 8 - GPRD 2, Vo-Tech Penetrators 0 (forfeit); Luck Shots 79, Turoine Specialities 70. General Transactions BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Agreed to terms with Tony Phillips, outfielder, on a two-year contract MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Agreed to terms with Ben McDonald, pitcher, on a two-year contract. COLLEGE RUTGERS—Names Rod Sharptess defensive coordinator. RADIO • TU Sunday, January 21 Television BS e» Ha BASKETBALL 11 a.m. - Chicago at Detroit (NBA) .................................................... ....NBC, cable 3, 13 1 1 a.m. - Penn State at Michigan ....................... .' ................................... CBS, cable 5, 12* % ' 1 1 a.m. - Virginia at Georgia Tech (women) ............................................ Prime, cable 43' '• ' Noon - Canlslus at lona ......................................................................... ESPN2, cable 39 r . 1 p.m. - Syracuse at Connecticut ........................................................... CBS, cable 6, 12 ' 1 p.m. - Colorado State at BYU ............................................................... Prime, cable 31 ». • 1:30 p.m. - Orlando at Houston (NBA) ................................................... NBC, cable 3, 13' ' ',. 2 p.m. - Florida at LSU (women) .............................................................. Prime, cable 43 2 p.m. - Missouri at Iowa State .............................................................. CBS, cable 5, 12 6 p.m. - Cincinnati at UAB ..................................................................... ESPN2, cable 39 . 6:30 p.m. - North Carolina at Maryland (women) ............................... Prime, cable 37, 43 8 p.m. - Drake at Northern Iowa ................................ . .............................. Prime, cable 37 FOOTBALL «,. 4 p.m. -All-Madden Team ......................................................................... Fox, cable 4, 7.. 4 p.m. - Super Bowl 30th Anniversary Team ........................................... ESPN, cable 38 6:30 p.m. - NFL Man ol the Year ............................................................. ESPN, cable 38 7 p.m. - Hula Bowl ................................................................................... ESPN, cable 38 GOLF 2 p.m. - Senior Puerto Rico T ol C .......................................................... ESPN, cable 38 • 4 p.m. - PGA Bob Hope Classic ............................................................ NBC, cable 3, 13' , TENNIS 8 p.m. - Australian Open ........................................................................ ESPN2, cable 39, . GENERAL 9 a.m. - Sportsweekly .............................................................................. ESPN, cable 38" '; 9:30 a.m. - Sports Reporters ................................................................... ESPN, cable 38 :; ' i 10 a.m. - Sportscenter ............................................................................. ESPN, cable 38 n • . 3 p.m. - Sports SJiow ............. .-. .......................................... : .................. CBS, cable 45, 12 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight .............................................. . ............................. CNN, cable 23 • 10 p.m. - Sportscenter ............................................................................. ESPN, cable 38 ;; ,> Midnight - Sports Latenlght ........................................................................ CNN, cable 23 .., '. 1 a.m. - Sportscenter ............................................................................... ESPN, cable 38 '• ' ' ' GENERAL 1 p.m. - Prime-Time Sunday ................................................................... KSAL, 1150-AM Radio GENERAL SPORTS DIGEST Baseball _ _ • MILWAUKEE — Free agent pitcher Ben Me-' • Donald, who battled shoulder problems for much of last season with the Baltimore Orioles, ' signed a two-year contract Saturday with the Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers and the New York Yankees had been in hot pursuit of McDon : aid, a decorated collegian at LSU who became the first player chosen in the 1989 amateur draft. The Brewers, who have an option for a third year, were offering McDonald $6 million over r. two years, published reports said. Golf _ • DORADO, Puerto Rico — Defending champion Jim Colbert battled changing conditions for a 2-under-par 70 Saturday and a share of the sec-' ond-round lead with South Africa's John Bland ', at the Tournament of Champions. Playing 26 holes after Friday's first round in the winner's- ' only senior tournament was cut short by rain, ' Colbert began Saturday with a birdie at the difff r cult 199-yard par-3 llth hole. That left him at 7- under in the $800,000 event. At the 16th, howev- ' er, the 1995 Senior PGA Player of the Year pulled his drive and three-putted for double-bo- ' gey. He finished the round at 67, a stroke ahead' of Tony Jacklin, Graham Marsh and Bob Murphy. Skating • SAN JOSE, Calif. — Some of figure skating's most renowned coaches have filed a formal statement with the U.S. Figure Skating Associa tion over access restrictions, credentialing and scheduling at the national championships. The ' 16 coaches, including Ron Ludington, Richard .. CaUaghan, John Nicks, Evy Sundvold, Frank '••Carroll, Peter Burrows and Kathy Casey — all of- whom have worked with national champions — urged USFSA leadership to "open its eyes and ears to concerns of the sport's coaches nationwide," according to Robert Mock, chairman of • the organization's coaches committee. The . , coaches were outraged by restrictions over access to skaters, particularly the limit of two coaches at rinkside when a competitor was on the ice. The coaches also were barred from rink- < side when other skaters competed, which they ., say diminished their ability to plot strategy and . advise their skaters. Skiing • VEYSONNAZ, Switzerland — Switzerland's ' Bruno Kernen on Saturday became the 13th ski- L, er in history to win two straight World Cup ' downhill races on the same course. Greeted by deafening cow bells and cheers as the new local hero, Kernen was timed in 2 minutes, 2.69 seconds, down the icy 3,500-meter Bear Course, .80 £ seconds ahead of his nearest rivals. Swimming • LAPPEENRANTA, Finland — Jani Sievinen of Finland set a short course swimming world record of 4 minutes, 6.03 seconds in the 400-meter medley at the Finnish championships Saturday. His time was 1.07 under his previous record. Sievinen also holds the Olympic size < : pool world record for the 200-meter medley of 1:58.16, set at Rome in 1994 when he won the world championship. Sievinen is the European ' champion in the 200 and 400 medleys and in the ' 200 freestyle. Track • NEW YORK — Defending champion Derrick Adkins, the 1995 world 400-meter hurdles champion, and seven-time meet champion Mark Everett will head the field for the 500 meters at the Millrose Games. Joining them Feb. 2 at Madison Square Garden will be two-time Olympic gold medalist Andrew Valmon and last year's runner-up Kevin Lyles. Adkins, the U S champion in 1994 and last year, is the world's ' ' top-ranked 400 hurdler. He won last year's Mill : rose 500 in 1 minute, 1.70 seconds. SPORTS HO1TINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps ............. , ...... Heartland Park Topeka ticket office ............... Kansas.Clty Chiefs Met office ................... Kansas City Royals ticket office .................. ..:. Kansas State University ticket office ................. Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) .... Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) ......... Sallna Parks & Recreation office ..... ....... Sallna Parks & Recreation Information ............ \ KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1 150-AM) ............ '. The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) ....... The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (race results) ......... 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