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B2 MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1996 SPORTS THE SAUNA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Basketball NBA standing* AJITTrnMCST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic DhrMon W L Pet GB Orlando 29 10 .744 — New York 24 14 .632 4'A Washington 19 20 .487 10 Miami 17 21 .447 11!4 New Jersey . 16 22- .421 12V4 Boston 15 24 .385 14 Philadelphia 7 30 .189 21 Central Dtvfelon Chicago 34 3 .919 — Indiana 24 14 .632 1014 Atlanta 21 17 .553 13% Cleveland 21 17 .553 13W' Detroit 19 18 .514 15 Charlotte 18 20 ..474 16V4 Milwaukee 15 22 .405 19 Toronto 11 28 .282 24 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB San Antonio 26 11 .703 — Houston 27 13 .675 V4 Utah 24 13 .649 2 Denver 16 23 .410 11 Dallas 12 25 .324 14 Minnesota 11 27 .289 15V4 Vancouver 8 30 .211 18% Peerflc Division Seattle 27 11 .711 — Sacramento 22 14 .611 4 LA. Lakers 21 18 .538 6V4 Portland 20 19 .513 714 Golden State 17 22 .436 10% Phoenix -15 21 .417 11 LA. Clippers 15 24 .385 12% Saturday's Games New Jersey 103, Minnesota 97, OT Golden Slate 110, Charlotte 102 Atlanta 98, Miami 78 Sacramento 115, Denver 110 Vancouver 64, New York 80 Cleveland 93, LA. Lakers 82 Utah 106, LA. Clippers 82 Sunday's Games Toronto 97, Boston 95 Chicago 111, Detroit 96 Orlando 97, Houston 96 Indiana 106, Washington 96 San Antonio 118, Philadelphia 88 Seattle 108, Dallas 101 Portland 88, Cleveland 81 Phoenix 111, Sacramento 97 Monday's Games San Antonio at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Houston at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Vancouver at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. NBA boxscores PACERS 106, BULLETS 96 WASHINGTON (96) Howard 7-15 5-6 19, Webber 9-17 4-6 23, Muresan 6-13 4-5 16, B.Price 2-7 3-3 9, Butler 1-4 0-0 2, Legter 5-8 0-0 12, M.Prlce 3-9 1-1 9, Wallace 2-7 2-2 6, Mcllvalne 0-2 04 0. Totals 35-62 19-23 96. INDIANA (106) McKey 5-7 5-5 15, D.Davis 5-6 0-2 10, Smits 9-23 6-7 24, Miller 10-17 3-4 23, Jackson 4-6 00 9, Pierce 2-3 2-2 6, A.Davis 3-5 4-610, Workman 0-1 0-0 0, Ferrell 4-6 1-1 9. Totals 42-74 21-27106. Washington 29 22 24 21— 96 Indiana 34 29 21 22—106 3-Point goals—Washington 7-22 (Legler 2-4, B.Price 2-5, M.Price 2-7, Webber 1-4, Butler 01, Wallace 0-1), Indiana 1-3 (Jackson 1-1, Miller 0-1, Workman 0-1). Fouled out—Muresan. BULLS 111, PISTONS 96 CHICAGO (111) Pippen 8-16 2-2 22, Rodman 0-1 2-4 2, Longley 4-5 3-311, Jordan 12-23 9-11 36, Harper 46 1-1 11, Kukoc 5-8 OX) 13, Kerr 4-7 0-0 10, Buechlor 0-1 0-0 0, Wennlngton 1 -3 M 2, Simpkins 1-3 0-0 2, Caftey 1-3 0-0 2, Brown 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 40-76 17-21111. DETROIT (96) Hill 10-18 4-7 24, Thorpe 8-17 3-5 19, Reid 451-29, Hunter 3-7 04 9, Houston 6-19 6-719, West 0-1 OX) 0, Dumars 2-6 OX) 4, Mills 1-2 OX) 2, Ratlilf 4-5 0-1 6, Macon 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 3982 14-22 96. Chicago 31 23 31 26—111 Detroit 24 15 26 31— 96 3-Point goals—Chicago 14-22 (Pippen 4-6, Kukoc 3-4. Jordan 3-5, Kerr 2-2, Harper 2-4, Buechler 0-1), Detroit 4-13 (Hunter 3-5, Houston 1-4, Mills 0-1, Dumars 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 43 (Rodman 9), Detroit 48 (Hill, Thorpe 9). RAPTORS 97, CELTICS 95 BOSTON (95) Fox 8-17 4-5 20, Radja 7-14 3-417, Monlross 5-8 0-2 10, Day 5-15 2-3 12, Wesley 2-8 OK) 5, Ellison 2-31-2 5, Minor 0-10-0 0, Barros 4-1033 12, Burrough 1-2 2-3 4, Brown 4-10 0-0 10, Lister 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 38-91 15-22 95. TORONTO (97) Anderson 4-10 1-2 10, Massenburg 7-13 2-2 16, Tabak 5-10 2-3 12, Robertson 8-13 2-2 16, Stoudamlre 9-27 4-4 23, Murray 5-9 OX) 12, Earl 1-2 0-0 2, Pinckney 00 OK) 0, Rogers 2-5 00 4. Totals 41-8911-13 97. Boston 18 26 32 19-95 Toronto 30 15 26 26—97 3-Point goals—Boston 4-20 (Brown 2-6, Wesley 1-5, Barros 1-5, Day 04), Toronto 4-8 (Murray 2-4, Anderson 1-2, Stoudamlre 1-2). Fouled out—None. MAGIC 97, ROCKETS 96 ORLANDO (97) Scott 3-12 2-2 9, Wolf 3-3 04 6, O'Neal 13-24 3-7 29, Anderson 3-10 OK) 7, Hardaway 10-1756 26, Turner 2-4 04 5, Vaughn 0-1 0-0 0, Shaw 5-9 0-011, Bowie 1-2 OK) 2. Totals 40-82 10-15 97. HOUSTON (96) Horry 2-8 54 10. Brown 3-5 1-2 7, Olajuwon 13-28 4-6 30. Drexler 6-13 8-9 20, Smith 0-5 1 2 1, Cassell 5-15 2-3 14, Bryant 7-10 00 14, Chllcutt 0-0 OX) 0, Breaux OX) OK) 0, Recasner 01 OK) 0, Jones 00 00 0. Totals 36-85 21-28 96. Orlando 23 27 22 25—97 Houston 22 23 24 27—96 3-Point goals—Orlando 7-22 (Hardaway 3-5, Turner 1-3, Shaw 1-4, Scott 1-5, Anderson 1-5), Houston 3-22 (Cassell 2-7, Horry 1-6, Recasner 0-1, Smith 0-2, Drexler 0-6). SONICS 108, MAVERICKS 101 DALLAS (101) Jones 7-144-418, McCtoud 9-24 5-5 29, Meyer 0-4 0-0 0, Jackson 6-16 3-3 16, Kidd 9-24 36 22, Davis 4-9 OK) 8, Dumas 4-120-2 8, Brooks 0-10-00, Parks 0-OtHJ 0, Hodge OO 00 0. Totals 39-104 15-20101. SEATTLE (108) Kemp 9-15 8-12 26, Wingate 4-7 0-1 8, Perkins 3-8 2-4 8, Hawkins 7-13 4-4 20, Payton 11-195-6 29, Askew 2-41-2 5, Johnson 341-1 7, McMillan 2-4 0-0 5, Schetfler 00 OK) 0. Totals 41-74 21-30 108. Dallas 24 17 27 33—101 Seattle 28 25 31 24—108 3-Point goals—Dallas 8-31 (McCloud 6-14, Jackson 1-4, Kldd 1-7, Brooks 0-1, Dumas 0-5) Seattle 5-20 (Hawkins 2-4, Paylon 2-7, McMillan 1-3, Askew 0-1, Perkins 0-5). Fouled out—Davis.. SPURS 118, SIXERS 88 SAN ANTONIO (118) Elliott 4-10 2-213, Perdue 1-4 OO2, Robinson 10-123-5 23, Del Negro 7-9 0-014, Johnson 48 0-0 8, Lohaus 7-150-016, Person 5-9 3-414 Rivers OX) OK) 0, Alexander 5-8 0-0 14, Herrera 2-3 0-1 4, Demps 2-7 0-0 4, Anderson 2-4 0-0 4 Totals 49-89 8-12 118. PHILADELPHIA (88) Alston 1-9 1-4 3, Weatherspoon 7-13 3-3 17 Wright 0-1 OK) 0, Stackhouse 7-19 3-5 20, Ruf tin 1-6 0-0 3, Thompson 2-3 OK) 4, Maxwell 5-16 3-4 14, Button 1-4 OK) 3, Higglns 4-14 2-2 11 Walters 2-5 1-2 7, Dumas 2-5 2-2 6. Totals 32 95 15-22 88. San Antonio 34 29 28 27—118 Philadelphia 16 25 22 25— 68 3-Point goals—San Antonio 12-21 (Alexande 4-5, Lohaus 4-9, Elliott 3-3, Person 1-3, Demps 0-1), Philadelphia 9-24 (Stackhouse 3-4, Wai ters 2-4, Ruffin 1-1, Sutton 1-3, Maxwell 1-6 Higgins1-6). College men ALA.-BIRMINGHAM 70 CINCINNATI 68 CINCINNATI (12-1) Long 2-7 0-0 4, Rint 5-12 2-3 14, LeGree 2-; J-2 6, Gregor 34 04 6, Fortson 8-18 8-11 24 Fletcher 0-0 0-0 0, Davis 0-0 04 0, Burton 34 1-38, Brannen 2-4 2-2 6, Julson 0-1 04 0, Mon roe 04 04 0. Totals 2543 15-21 68. ALA-BIRMINGHAM (134) C.Williams 5-11 6-9 20, Jones 0-5 34 3, Dixon 7-14 6-8 25, Thomas 5-12 3-413, N.Williams 1 2 0-0 2, Lee 04 04 0, Cobb 0-1 4-4 4, Bristow 1-41-2 3, Bailey 0-1 04 0, Bearden 04 04 0 Totals 19-50 25-33 70. Halftimo—Cincinnati 30, UAB 30. 3-Poin goals—Cincinnati 3-12 (Rint 24, Burton 1-5 LeGree 0-1), UAB 7-17 (Dixon 5-9, C.Williams 2-4, Jones 0-2, Thomas 0-2). Fouled out— eGree, Burton, N.WIIIIams. Rebounds-Clndn- latl 43 (Fortson 13), UAB 3 (Thomas 7). As- slsts-Clndrmall 11 (Rint 5), UAB 7 (Thomas ). Total fouls—Cincinnati 23, UAB 20. A— ,213. CONNECTICUT 79, SYRACUSE 70 SYRACUSE (134) Burgan 3-10 04 6, Wallace 12-25 0-1 28, Hill •15 0414, Sims 1-3 04 2, Clpolla 2-11 04 5, Realsnyder 0-12-2 2, Jam* 441 -213, Patrick M 040. Totals 29-71 3-5 70. CONNECTICUT (16-1) King 3-7 04 6, Johnson 1-42-35, Knight 6-10 -3 13, Shaffer 2-9.44 9, Allen 10-201-V27, Jones 2-5 04 6, Hayward 04 04 0, Moore 4-4 •513, Klalber 04 04 0. Totals 284912-16 79. Halftlme—Conectlcut 33, Syracuse 31. 3- Point goals-Syracuse 9-24 (Janulls 44, Wallace 4-7, Clpolla 1-7, Sims 0-1, Burgan 0-3), Connecticut 11-23 (Allen 6-10, Jones 2-5, Moore 1, Johnson 1-2, Shelter 14). Fouled out— lone. Rebounds—Syracuse 38 (Burgan 6), Connecticut 39 (King 7). Assists—Syracuse 16 Sims 9), Connecticut 23 (Sheffer 10). Total ouls—Syracuse 18, Connecticut 8.'A—16,294. CLEMSON 55, WAKE FOREST 41 WAKE FOREST (12-2) Allen 0-1 04 0, Peral 0-2 04 0, Duncan 7-10 5-7 20, LaRue 1-5 1-2 4, Rutland 6-21 04 15, Braswell 1-7 04 2, Jackson 04 04 0, Qoolsby 04 04 0, Wilson 04 04 0. Totals 1546 6-9 41. CLEMSON (12-2) Jurkunes 0-3 04 0, Buckner 5-8 6416, Wideman 04 04 0, Mclntyre 6-14 6-7 20, Christie 25 2-2 6, Jamison 14 34 5, Johnson 44 0-0 8. Totals 184417-19 55. Halftlme—Clemson 18, Wake Forest 14. 3- Polnt goals-Wake Forest 5-25 (Rutland 3-15, Duncan 1-2, LaRue 1-3, Peral 0-1, Braswell 04), Clemson 2-10 (Mclntyre 24, Buckner 0-1, "hristle 0-1, Johnson 0-1, Jurkunes 0-1). Fouled out—Rutland. Rebounds—Wake Forest 31 Duncan 13), Clemson 29 (Buckner 7). Assists—Wake Forest 8 (Rutland 3), Clemson 8 ,Mclntyre 3). Total fouls—Wake Forest 16, Clemson 13. A—10,500. IOWA ST. 73, MISSOURI 62 MISSOURI (12-5) Thames 7-17 8-7 20, Grimm 4-7 04 12, Hardge 2-3 0-2 4, Sutherland 2-5 04 4, Winfield 04 0-0 0, Moore 0-3 1-2 1, Walther 34 04 8, Ferguson 0-3 0-0 0, Combs 2-5 04 4, Tata 1-3 04 2, Simeon Haley 24 04 4, Murdock 1-21-3 3. Totals 24-58 6-14 62. IOWA ST. (134) Bankhead 1 -5 2-2 4, Pratt 4-10 3-911, Cato 46 54 13, Holloway 2-5 04 6, Wllloughby 6-12 10-17 27, Modderman 2-2 04 6, Walton 0-11-2 I, Harris 04 040, Justus 041-21, Edwards 12 04 2, Peterson 04 2-2 2, Rampton 04 04 0. Totals 2043 24-40 73. Halftime—Iowa St. 33, Missouri 24. 3-Poinl goals—Missouri 6-17 (Grimm 4-7, WaHher 2-3, =erguson 0-3, Combs 0-2, Thames 0-1, Suther- and 0-1), Iowa SI. 9-15 (Willoughby 54, Modderman 2-2, Holloway 2-5). Fouled out—Tale. Rebounds—Missouri 35 (Tate 5), Iowa St. 32 (Cato 9). Assists—Missouri 15 (Walther, Grimm 3), Iowa St. 17 (Holloway, Pratt 5). Total fouls- Missouri 30, Iowa S116. A—13,866. SUNDAY'S SCORES EAST Albany, N.Y. 68, Mass.-Lowell 66 Bridgeport 96, Keene SI 89 Cabrinl 98, Misericordla 64 Connecticut 79, Syracuse 70 Fairfield 60, Siena 47 Franklin Pierce 78, Sacred Heart 67 George Washington 77, Dayton 58 lona 75, Canlslus 72 LeMoyne 77, New Hampshire Coll. 69 Loyola, Md. 71, Niagara 65 Malne-Machlas 86, Maine-Fort Kent 85 NYU 73, Emory 68 ' New England 72, Maine Maritime 65 Salisbury St. 114, Marymount, Va. 93 Washington, Mo. 87, Rochester 63 MIDWEST Chicago 70, Case Western 64 Coe 80, Lake Forest 78 Illinois Weslyn 84, Elmhurst 47 Iowa St. 73, Missouri 62 Michigan 67, Penn SL 68 Oakland City 97, Drury 77 .RIpon119,Grlnnell113 Tiffin 101, Shawnee SL 72 SOUTH Ala.-Blrmlngham 70, Cincinnati 68 Auburn 95, LSU 87 Centre 78, Oglethorpe 76 Clemson 55, Wake Forest 41 Louisiana Tech 46, South Alabama 45 Louisville 87, Southern Miss. 61 Mlllsaps102,Sewanee85 Rhodes 98, Trinity, Tex. 91 W. Kentucky 83, Aik.-Uttle Rock 65 FAR WEST Washington 85, Washington St. 71 SATURDAY'S GAME FORT HAYS STATE 78 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS 50 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS (3-12,1-7) Heckroth 4-7 2-2 10, Portillo 2-7 1-1 6, Richardson 1-7 04 2, Sidbeny 2-21-1 5, Harrison 5-11 3-515, Hardy 0-1 04 0, Monk 1-2 1-2 3, Chavez 0-1 04 0, Lowery 0-2 04 0, Campbell 24 2-2 6, Black 14 04 3. Totals 1848 10-13 50: FORT HAYS STATE (164,84) Hammond 0-1 24 2, Thompson 14 04 2, Kester 44 2-310, Tyson 1-1 0-1 2, M.Eck 1-5 00 2, Creamer 1-1 04 2, G.Eck 9-15 3-3 24, Goldston 3-10 4-9 10, Pope 4-11 04 11, Simpson 5-7 3-513. Totals 294014-25 78. Halftime score - Fort Hays State, 32-17. 3- polnt goals - NMH 4-16 (Harrison 2, Black 1, Portillo 1), FH 6-19 (G.Eck 3, Pope 3). Total fouls - NMH 22, FH 17. Fouled out - Sldberry, Heckroth, Tyson. Rebounds - NMH 32 (Heckroth 11), FH 37 (Goldston, Simpson 7). Assists - NMH 1 (Richardson 1), FH 14 (Creamer 5). Turnovers - NMH 28, FH 16. A - 3,542. Coaches' poll The USA TODAY-CNN basketball coaches' poll, with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Jan. 21 and previous rankings, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote: Record Pts Pvs 1. Massachusetts (26) 16-0 793 1 2. Kentucky (4) 15-1 764 2 3. Cincinnati (1) 12-0 711 4 4. Kansas 14-1 707 3 5. Connecticut (1) 16-1 688 5 6. Georgetown 16-2 611 7 7. Villanova 14-3 577 8 8. Wake Forest 12-2 572 6 9. Utah 14-3 458 11 10. Virginia Tech 11-1 450 13 II. North Carolina 13-4 443 9 12. Arizona 13-3 388 17 13. Syracuse 13-4 361 12 14. Penn State 13-1 346 14 15. Memphis 12-3 324 10 16. Michigan 14-4 312 19 17. UCLA 12-4 271 15 18. Iowa 14-4 247 16 19. Purdue 14-3 233 18 20. Clemson 12-2 156 20 21. Boston College 12-3 130 — 22. Auburn 15-3 121 23 23. Texas Tech 14-1 116 — 24. Georgia 11-4 115 22 25. Stanford 10-4 67 24 Others receiving votes: Mississippi Stale 58, Illinois 47, Georgia Tech 38, New Mexico 37, Duke 32, Missouri 32, California 28, Marquette 25, Eastern Michigan 20, Maryland 17, Fresno State 12, Wisconsin-Green Bay 12, Tuba 10, Virginia 10, Arkansas 8, Jacksonville 7, Miami, Ohio 6, Michigan State 6, New Orleans 6, Drexel 4, South Carolina 4, Kansas State 3, Nevada 3, Rhode Island 3, Santa Clara 3, Illinois State 2, Iowa State 2, Louisville 2, Charleston 1, Texas 1. College women NO. 15 COLORADO 69 NEBRASKA 61 NEBRASKA (134) McClaln 5-9 2-2 12, DeForge 3-13 04 6, Aar- den 6-12 1-2 13, Galligan 5-9,04 14. Brenden 1-3 2-3 4, Doage 04 2-2 2, Kubik 34 04 6, Thompson 2-2 04 4. Totals 25-54 7-9 81. COLORADO (174) Thomas 3-5 34 9, Scott 0-2 04 0, Scholz 8-12 34 19, Palmer 5-13 0414, Graham 64 2-2 14, Slokar 3-8 0-0 7, Felts 04 1-3 1, Weathers 0-2 0-0 0, Garcia 1-1 04 2, Terry 1-1 0-2 2, Hashel- der 0-1 1-2 1. Totals 27-5710-19 69. Halftime—Colorado, 37-23. 3-polnt goals- Nebraska 4-12 (Galligan 4), Colorado 5-17 (Palmer 4, Slokar 1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Nebraska 35(Aarden 8), Colorado 33(Scholz 7). Assists—Nebraska 18(Galligan 5), Colorado 22(Graham 8). Total fouls—Nebraska 20, Colorado 11. A—5,269. KANSAS 85, OKLAHOMA STATE 58 OKLAHOMA STATE (13-3) Wensler 14 04 2, Roberta 5-14 1-2 11, Shalerkina 2-5 0-0 5, Chronlster 1-2 04 2, Coffey 5-10 2-313, Wyatt-Folsom 04 0-2 0, Scales 0-2 1-2 1, Harmon 3-3 1-1 7, Stuart 0-1 04 0. Edwards 24 04 4, Boyd 2-51-2 6, Johnson 24 2-2 7. Totals 23-56 8-15 58. Today's schedule MONDAY JANUARY 22 BASKETBALL Oklahoma at Kansas, 8:30 p.m. Wichita State at Southern Illinois, 7:05 p.m. Butler County at Brown MacMe, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Bethany at Southwestern, 6-8 p.m. Sacred Heart girls vs. Berean Academy at Elblng, 6:30 p.m. KANSAS (11-7) Sampson 4-12 6414, Trapp 2-2 04 4, San- ord 5-5 4414, Halblelb 9-122-324, Dlxon 6-11 2-214, Ledet 04 2-2 2, Canada 3-5 04 6, Reed 4 04 2, Raymant 2-3 0-14, Grayer 041-21. 'otals 32-5417-20 85. HaJfttme-Kansas, 39-29.3-polnt goals-Oklahoma Stale 4-10 (Shateridria 1, Coffey 1, Boyd 1, Johnson 1) Kansas 4-7 (Halblelb 4) Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Oklahoma State 33 Roberts 7), Kansas 28 (Sanford 11). Assists— Oklahoma State 15 (Shalerkina 3), Kansas 1 !? Dlxon 5). Total fouls—Oklahoma Stale 20, Kansas 18. A—1,278. KANSAS STATE 80. OKLAHOMA 67 OKLAHOMA (10-7) Anderson 54 1-2 11, Maytubby 4-12 0410, Jones 6-9 9-15 21, Long 04 04 0, Pennon 2-11 04 6, Corcoran 1 -104 2, Phillips 0-0 0-10, Haek 3-7 W 7, K.Workman 4-7 0410, M.Work- man 0-2 04 0, Schenk 0-1 04 0. Totals 2542 10-1987. KANSAS STATE (114) Chamberlain 24 0-1 5, Jacobson 8-16 2418, Jones 2-71-35, Coalson 4-10 8-916, Decker 5134416, Mitchell 2-3 8414, Hester 0-2 040, Ragar 2-7 2-2 6. Totals 2542 2542 80. Halftlme score - Kansas Stale, 32-28.3-polnt goals - 0 7-28 (Maytubby 2, Pennon 2, K.Work- man 2, Hajek 1), KS 5-12 (Decker 2, Mitchell 2, Ihambertaln 1). Total fouls - 0 26, KS 18. : ouled out -'Maytubby, Jones. Rebounds - 0 32 (K.Workman, Jones, Anderson 6), KS 48 ;Coalson 12).' Assists - 0 15 (Pennon 10), KS 11 (Chamberlain 4). Turnovers - 014, KS 14. A -1,458. Big Eight standings MEN Conference AIIQsmw W L W L Kansas 20 14 ,1 Kansas State 31 12 4 Nebraska 21 14 4 owe State 21 13 4 Missouri 21 12 5 Oklahoma 22 10 6 Oklahoma State 03 10 5 Colorado 04 5 !b Last Week'e Result* Missouri 75, Oklahoma 73; Kansas 85, St. Peler*s 71; Southern Utah Stale 82, Colorado 60 (ot); Oklahoma State 91, Cal. State-Northridge 58; Nebraska 87, UMKC 69.Kansas State 75 Oklahoma 60; Kansas 80, Colorado 78; Nebraska 66, Oklahoma State 57. Thle Week's Schedule Sunday - Iowa State 73, Missouri 62. Monday - Oklahoma at Kansas, 8:35 p.m. Wednesday - Missouri at Nebraska, 8 p.m.; Oklahoma State at Kansas State, 7:05 p.m.; Iowa State at Colorado, 8 p.m. Saturday - Oklahoma at Iowa State, 12:45 p.m.; Kansas State at Missouri, 3 p.m. Sunday - Kansas at Nebraska, 2 p.m. WOMEN Conference All Games W L W L Colorado 41 17 4 Kansas .42 11 7 Oklahoma State 32 13 3 Nebraska 33 13 5 Kansas State 33 11 8 Oklahoma 23 10 7 Missouri 13 10 6 Iowa State 14 13 4 Last Week's Results Colorado 78, Iowa Stale 66; Kansas State 81, Oklahoma State 68 (OT); Oklahoma 71, Kansas 68; Nebraska 73, Missouri 68. This Week's Schedule Sunday - Kansas 85, Oklahoma State 58; Kansas State 80, Oklahoma 67; Colorado 69, Nebraska 61. Tuesday - Iowa State at Missouri, 7 p.m.; Kansas State at Arkansas State 7 p.m. Friday - Colorado at Oklahoma State, 7 p.m.; Missouri at Oklahoma, 7 p.m. Sunday - Nebraska at Iowa State, 2 p.m.; Colorado at Oklahoma, 2 p.m.; Kansas at <ansas State, 2 p.m.; Missouri at Oklahoma State, 1 p.m. . RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conference All Games W L W L -ort Hays State 80 16 0 Nebraska-Kearney 71 16 3 Western State 53 11 10 Adams State 53 98 Colorado Mines 35 89 Mesa State 35 87 Chadron State 26 7 11 Fort Lewis 26 4 12 New Mexico Highlands 1 7 ' 3 12 WOMEN Conference All Games W L W L Nebraska-Kearney 8 0 13 4 Fort Hays State 62 97 Mesa State 62 96 New Mexico Highlands 44 96 Western State 35 6 11 Chadron State 35 7 11 Colorado Mines 35 7.8 Fort Lewis 2 .6 3 13 Adams State 17 4 14 KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conference All Games W L W L Tabor 60 10 6 McPherson 51 96 Friends ' 52 6 11 Sterling 42 79 Ottawa 3359 Kansas Wesleyan 34 5 11 Bethel 24 5 10 Southwestern 08 4 11 Bethany 06 2 14 WOMEN Conference All Games W L W L Sterling 60 15 0 Bethany 42 12 2 Ottawa 42 77 Southwestern 42 69 Friends 43 98 Bethel 24 5 11 Tabor 24 4 11 Kansas Wesleyan 25 78 McPherson 06 2 12 State women SATURDAY'S GAME OTTAWA 74, KANSAS WESLEYAN 67 KANSAS WESLEYAN (7-8) DeShlelds 11, Hane 4, Sharp 9, Dlckman 7, Wells 5, "Koenlg 4, Duranleau 2, Qaroutte 9, Harbin 16. Totals 2811-21 67. OTTAWA (7-7) Grgas-Wheeler 2, Brown 15, Monroy 4, Und- ley 9, McMillan 8, Hull 7, Flager 4, Roberts 9, Dlckkut 16. Totals 23 22-37 74. Halttlme score - Ottawa, 38-24.3-polnt goals - KW 4 (DeShlelds 1, Sharp 1, Dlckman 1, Wells 1). 0 6 (Dlckkut 3, Brown 2, McMHIen), Totals fouls - KW 29, 0 40. Fouled out - DeShlelds, Harbin, Dlckkut Rebounds - KW 34,0 40. High school SATURDAY'S RESULTS BOYS 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, Johnsoq 20, Redler 18, Marten 3, Sehulthelss 4, Sears 2. Blue Valley North - Garry 9, Wktener 8, Hyde 6, Borman 6, Strohbehn 15, Bass 15, Casper 4. VALLEY CENTER INVITATIONAL Champlonihlp JUNCTION CITY 65, ENID (OW«.) 60 Junction City 26 13 12.14 - 65 Enid (Okla.) 13 22 9 16 - 60 Junction dry - Hill 19, Avant 3, Puffin 16, Price 15, Pos 2, Munson 2, Powers 2, Stephens 8. 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 WacondaEasI 11151715-58 Mankato (6-3) - Osbome 13, Uppokf 4, Beck 25,McDIII2,Maddox5,Basel14. Wacohda East (64) - Ebeife 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, Drtggers 13, Plenert 3. Third place INMAN 77, SMOKY VALLEY 74 Smoky Valley 18191324-74 Inman 7 25 18 27 - 77 Smoky Valley - Z.DIamond 2, J.DIamond 2, Jones 3, Snadbo 27, Bishop 7, Swlsher 22, Tal- bott8,Undshlekf6. Inman - Friesen 23, Unruh 1, Neufeld 2, Worthing 24, Smith 15, Abrahams 12. OBERLIN TOURNAMENT Championship • CAMBRIDGE (Neb.) 75 DUNDY COUNTY (Neb.) 54 Dundy County 16 11 11 16-54 Cambridge 10 21 22 21 - 75 Dundy County (Neb.) - Homer 11, G.Fries 5, J.Fries 1, Blair 2, Vrbas 1, Blecha 1, McVey 8, Miner 15. Cambridge - Miller 4, Houghtelllng 28, Howell 2, LJones 4, Stifflet 18, Deterdlng 4, Mdlrlng 8, R.Jones 6. Third Place ATWOOD 86, HOXIE 56 Hoxle 9 13 16 18 - 56 Atwood 23 14 17 22 - 86 Hoxle -Tka 15, Hague 2, Randolph 4, Poage 2, Delnes 10, Caldwell 14, Meyer 5. Atwood - Kastens 9, Wells 13, Kelly 11, Horinek 10, Lang 4, Miller 7, Schnee 10, Peterson 22. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE Championship WHITE ROCK 79, HILLCREST 70 White Rock 15 23 15 26 - 79 Hlllcrest 8 17 19 26 - 70 White Rock (10-2) - Harris 2, Gertt Garman 13, Flavin 3, Mlzner 3, Boylos 9, Packard 6, Gavin Garman 19, Whelchel 2, Chrtstensen 19, B.Garman 3. Hlllcrest (12-1).- Hallack 3, Genereaux 9, Popelka 17, N.Lesovsky 14, Menke 11, Blesovsky 4, Claycamp 12. EISENHOWER TOURNAMENT Ch&mplonshlp BENNINGTON 60, WAKEF1ELD 47 Bennlngton 13 21 17 9 — 60 Wakefield 10 10 7 20 — 47 Bennlngton — Hunley 1, Smith 10, Morgan 19, Brummer 2, Stenfors 14, Bamett 2, Trahan 2, Murray 2, Krause8' Wakefield—Striggow 1, Severson 2, Hohman 1, Strecfus 1, Hoemer 6, Goecklor 1, Sloddard 14, Brown 2, Cringan 3, B. Koemer 6, White 9, P.Koemer4,Christlan3. Third Place HOPE 67, CENTER 57 Hope 10 16 18 23 - 67 Center 12 20 10 15-57 Hope (8-4) - Emkj 2, Rledy 8, Bamett 10, Lister 19, Jacobson 10, McMahan 18. Center - (6-4) Evancho 10, Stelner 3. Plett 7,' Hanschu 1, K. Stelner 2, Bine. 3, Uttlng 6, Wonser25. BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE Championship game CLIFTON-CLYDE 60, HANOVER 56 Clifton-Clyde 19 16 13 12 - 60 ' Hanover 19 14 14 9-56 Cliftbn-Clyde - Steinbeck 16, Fahey ^Anderson 11, R. Chaput 6, LeDuc 9, Wurtz 5, E. Chaput4. Hanover - Sedacek 22, Rohr 5, Mueller 13, Juenman 3, Mueller 11, Harian 2 Third Place VALLEY HEIGHTS 75 RILEY COUNTY 64 Valley Heights 14 15 23 23 - 75 Riley County 4 20 19 21 - 64 Valley Heights - Marquette 6, Smerchek 26, Mlddleton 7, Meyer 4, Stelnfort 8, Lundberg 8, Seleska11,Henry5. Rlley County - McGraw 4, Stelner 17, Howse 9, Buseman 1, Lindsay 17, Sullivan 6, Wlmberiy 10. Fifth Place LINN 54, WASHINGTON 47 Urn) 6 11 15 22 - 54 Washington 15 5 10 17 - 47 Unn- H«tgen8,Meler11,Peters7,Hlltgen 10, Ohlde 2, Voelker 6, Uffman 2, Ohlde 7. Washington - Hernandez 15, Bond 8, Nelson 1, Woodcock 2, Reves 1, Dusln 2, Keam 1, Overiette 18. REGULAR SEASON CHEYUN 67, SHARON SPRINGS 53 Sharon Springs 11 13 <2 17 - 53 Cheylin 17 17 10 23 - 67 Sharon Springs - Chad Poe 3, Parke 1, Courtney Poe 13, Lemman 3, Pearce 7, McDanlel 4, Fisher 12, Johnson 10. Cheylin - Hendricks 4, Deeds 6, Brogam 12, Leach 12, Moyer 23, Powell 4, Wilkens 8. GIRLS PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE Champlonthlp WACONDA EAST 74, JEWELL 59 Jewell 20 9 17 13 - 59 Waconda East 19 20 22 13 - 74 Jewell (11-1) - KScheef 2, EBarretl 2, CoCo HBarrett 28, K.Scheel 11, Conn 4, Grifleth 10. Waconda East (12-0) - Walter 8, Porter 24, Gaston 23, Tletjens 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, Mottin 2, Hammel 2, Boomer 27, Waggoner 6, Pacey 1. BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE Champlosnhlp game RILEY COUNTY 49 CLIFTON-CLYDE 45 Rlley County 9 9 9 13 9 - 49 Clifton Clyde 2 17 7 14 5 - 45 Rlley County - Rogge 13, Grater 8, Haas 1, Hanson 10, Shepherd 6, Gill 9, Thames 2. CUfton-Cfyde - Lervold 13, Knoettgen 5, Bergstrom 11, Bowman 3, Tllllnghast 1, Beams 9, Bechard 3. Third place VALLEY HEIGHTS 58 WASHINGTON 36 Valley Heights 12 14 16 16 - 58 Washington 13 9 6 8-36 Valley Heights - Williams 15, Carlson 9, Steele 5, Meyer 11, Stump 6, Undqulst 2, Bergkamp 10, Steele 3. Washington - L'Ecuyer 13, baker 4, Pape 1, Tegethoff 8, Johnson 2, Belt 5, Sawin 2, Baskervlllel. Fifth Place HANOVER 33, LINN 26 Hanover 9 14 2 8-33 Linn 7 9 6 4 - 26 Hanover- Holle 12, Hagadom 4, Tegtmeler 6, C. Kiuse 4, Sedlacek 5, L Krusa 2. Unn - Relth 12, Voelkers 2, J. Ohlde 5, T. Ohlde2,Wendte4, C. Reithl. FRIDAY'S RESULT ELL-SALINE 36, INMAN 35 Ell-Saline 6 14 6 6-36 Inman 11 8 8 8-35 Ell-Saline - M. Griffin 16, Isaacson 2, Atkinson 6, Carazo 3, Jensen 4. Walters 6. Inman - Martins 14, Brunk 8, Wtems 3, FroeselO. SATURDAY'S SCORES BOYS Results ot games Saturday: Abilene 61, Clay Canter 58,01 Andover67, Haven 49 Arkansas City 51, Cleanvaler 48 Atehlson 67, Baldwin 48 Atchlson 67, Gamed 55 Atwood 86, Hoxle 58 Augusta 70, Gamett 63 BV-Randolph66,Centralla69 Beatrice, Neb. 86, Troy 53 Baton 55, Lexington, Neb. 53 Bennlnglon 60, Wakefield 47 Berean Academy 45, Bunion 41 Brewsler72,Hutehlnson62 Buhler81,Hesston49 Burilngame 73, Rlnthllls 44 Burlington 57, Onaga 55 Cambridge, Neb. 75, Dundy Co., Neb. 54 Campus 73, Medicine Lodge 71 Chapman 69, Circle 66 Chase County 59, Council Grove 40 Cheney 81, Halstead 47 Chenyvale 59, Neodesha 53 Cheylin 67, Sharon Springs 53 Christian Center 81, Pretty Prairie 57 Clmarron 61, Syracuse 51 Clifton-Clyde 60, Hanover 56 Collegiate 55, Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 52 Crest 62, Pomona 52 DeKalb, Mo. 87, Kansas Deaf 69 Deerfield 65, Hanston 54 Derby 53, BV Slillwell 39 Dodge City 70, KC Schlagle 54 Douglass 59, Belle Plalne 43 East 66, SM South 64 Efflngham 76, Tonganoxle JV 44 Elllnwood 75, St. John 48 Erwood 70, Klckapoo Nation 62 Emporia 68, Great Bend 67, OT Fartfleld 80, Wichita Independent 35 Fredonla 88, Cheney 55 Garden Plain 55, Andale 54 Glrard78, LabetteCo. 68 Goddard 47, Valley Center 44 Goessel 65, Peabody 51 Goodland68,Colby48 Great Bend 72, Emporia 68, OT Hiawatha 71, Ferry-Lecompton 57 Highland Park 74, Tulsa Rogers, Okla. 67 Hillsborq 52, Belleville 45 Hoisington 83, Greensburg 53 Hotton 61, Anderson Co. 55 Hofton 61, Baldwin 46 Hope 67, Centre 57 Hugoton66,Holcoinb65,OT Humboldt65,lolaJV40 Immaculate 72, Basehor-Unwood 60 Inman 77, Smoky Valley 74 lola 57, Eureka 38 Jackson Heights 69, Horton 40 Jefferson West 83, KC Christian 55 Junction City 65, Enid, Okla. 60 KC Turner 58, Bonner Springs'53 Kensington 64, Logan 53 Lakln 65, Sublette 81 Lansing 74, Wathena 71 Leavenworth 64, Bartlesville, Okla. 33 UttleR!ver55,C!afHn43 Lyons 63, Ellsworth 59 Madison 69, Marals des Cygnes 68 Manhattan 2, Southwest 0, forfeit Manhattan 79, Shawnee Heights 44 Marion 53, Lamed 42 Marmaton Valley 64, Jayhawk-Unn 47 Marysville 75, Nemaha Valley 62 McCpok 69, Ulysses 59 McLouth 56, Jefferson North 49 McLouth 83, KC Christian 55 Minneapolis 71, Ell-Saline 57 Murvane 81, Chaparral 77 Newton 67, Thomas More Prep 45 Nlckerson 58, Herington 55 Northeast 56, Walker 42 Northern Valley 76, Eastern Heights 52 Norton 55, Smith Center 54 Obertln 68, Hemdon 65, OT Olathe Christian 60, Eudora 44 Olathe North 67, Washbum Rural 59 OlatheSoum78,Joplln42 Onaga 71, Bern 63, OT Osbome 59, Phllllpsburg 49 Oskaloosa 53, Valley Falls 49 Otis-Bison 83, Stafford 51 Ottawa 57, HoKon 41 Paola 53, Sabetha 47 Ptttsburg 76, Burlington 43 Plalnvllle 44, Hill City 42 Pleasanton84,Thayer60 Ponca City, Okla. 81, Scott City 46 Putman Co. 58, Macon 40 Remington 59, Sedgwlck 40 Rockhurst, Mo. 63, Bishop Mlege 47 Rolla 75, Moscow 57 Royal Valley 63, Fall City, Neb. 54 S. Gray 69, Satanta58 SM East 63, Bartlesville, Okla. 52 SM East 75, Independence 70 SM South 61, Lee's Summit 43 SW Heights 49, Stanton Co. 43 Sallna Central 55, Salina South 44 Sallna Sacred Heart 56, Russell 54, OT Santa Fe Trail 59, Ottawa 55 Santa Fe Trail 69, Baldwin 33 Shawnee Heights 72, Seaman 67 Sp. Hillcrest 53, Coffeyvllle Field Klndley 51 St Francis 62, Republican Valley, Neb. 38 SL Joseph Benton 58, SM West 50 ' SI Thomas Aquinas 51, Olathe East 50 SI Thomas Aquinas 63, Bishop Carroll 59, OT Sumner 59, Springfield Glendale, Mo. 34 Sumner 65, Olathe North 58 Sumner Academy 59, Springfield Glendale 34 Sylvan 66, Lincoln 63 Tonganoxle 76, Wamego 69 Topeka 80, Wichita West 47 Topeka Seaman 2, Southwest 0, forfeit Washbum Rural 45, Springfield Glendale 34 Topeka West 42, Topeka Hayden 27 Trinity 68, QuMra Heights 53 Trinity Academy 56, Central Christian 46 Valley Heights 75, Rlley County 64 Washbum Rural 45, Glendale 34 Washington 59, Lawrence 57 Wellsvtlle 66, Atchlson 66 Wetmore64,BalleyvllleB&B47 White City 58, Tescott 40' White Rock 79, Hlllcrest 70 Wichita Bishop Carroll 76, Truman 68 Wichita Heights 74, Pratt 55 Wichita Northwest 61, SM Northwest 44 Wichita South 47, Liberal 20 Wilson 62, Lucas-Luray 61, OT Wlnflekf43,Malze40 Wyandotte 86, Wichita Southeast 73 GIRLS Belotl 59, Ulysses 54 Cambridge, Neb. 65, Hoxle 40 Centre 63, White Cfty 34 Cheylin 54, Sharon Springs 44 Dundy Co., Neb. 62, Atwood 54 Eastern Heights 37, Moriand 32 Goodland 55, Clayton, N.M. 51 Hanover 33, Unn 26 Hope 43, Bennlngton 37 Hugolon 46. Elkhart 22 Lakln 66, Cimarron 55 Leotl 43, Stanton County 23 Lexington, Neb. 47, Liberal 45 Logan 64, Kensington 57 Madison 46, Marals des Cygnes 35 Mankato 71, Southern Cloud 47 McCcok, Neb. 51,Colby35 Oberlln 64, Hemdon 33 Osbome 44, Ellis 42 Plalnvllle 44, Hill Crry 42 Republican Valley, Neb. 55, St Francis 27 Rlley County 49, Clifton-Clyde 45 Southwestern Heights 46, Syracuse 43 Sylvan 52, Wilson 39 Tescott 41, Wakefield 23 Tipton 55, Lincoln 39 Valley Heights 58, Washington 36 Waconda East 74, Jewell 59 Football College bowl Sunday, Jan. 21 Hula Bowl At Honolulu East 17, West 10 Hockey NHL standings All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts GF GA N.Y. Rangers 28 11 8 64 175 130 Florida ' 28 12 4 60 158 116 Philadelphia 24 12 9 57 158 114 Washington 21 18 5 47 123 112 Tampa Bay 19 18 7 45 131 150 New Jersey 19 22 4 42 116 115 N.Y. 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 TPts GF GA Detroit • 32 9 3 67 164 95 Chicago 23 15 9 55 156 130 Toronto 22 17 7 51 145 135 SI. 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 Saturday's Game All-Star Game Eastern 5, Western 4 Sunday's Games No games scheduled Monday's Games Boston at Pittsburgh; 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Los Angeles at N.Y. Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Florida at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Colorado, 8 p.m Dallas at Vancouver, 9:30 p.m. Golf PGA scores PALM DESERT, .Calif. (AP) — Final scores and money won Sunday from the $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 6,881-yard, par-72 Tamarisk CC: Mark Brooks, $234,000 6648494747—337 John Huston, $140,400 69-71 -6545-68—338 Scott Hoch, $88,400 7049-67-6845—339 ferad Bryant, $53,733 714545-7148—340 Nolan Henke, $53,733 6949444949—340 Payne Stewart, $53,733 7145-7143-70—340 Kenny Perry, $39,163 7549474545-341 Paul Qoydos, $39,1636944-704949—341 Jeff Maggert, $39,163 694849-64-71—341 Fred Couples, $39,16372474745-70—341 Woody Austin, $31,2007446494647-342 Jim Furyk, $31,200 7247474749-342 Omar Urestl, $24,375 70-70494648—343 Bruce Uetzke, $24,37569-71-704548—343 Tom Kite, $24,375 68464948-70—343 Jesper Pamevik,$24,375 72484547-71—343 Jay Haas, $20,150 68-72-724745—344 Mike Springer, $20,15068-71-734448-344 Joe Ozakl, $17,550 70-71494748—345 Jay Don Blake, $17,550 67-72-72-6648—345 Br. Hennlnger, $11,673 71-71474948-346 Brad Faxon, $11,873 73-73464648—346 Sandy Lyle, $11,873 7249484948-346 Scot McCarron, $11,8737448-714548—346 Dave Stockton, $11,8737048-714849—346 David Edwards, $11,873 70-71-72-6845—346 Mark Wiebe, $11,873 704845-73-70-346 LPGA scores ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Scores and earnings Sunday after the final round ol the $450,000 LP- GA HealthSouth tournament on the 6,336-yard, par-72 Disney's Lake Buena Vista Club course fa-amateur): Karrie Webb, $67,500 70-70-69—209 Martha Nause, $36,230 734848—209 Jane Geddes, $36,230 7247-70—209 Michelle McGann, $21,511 73-7146—210 Patty Sheehan, $21,511 66-71-73—210 Mayuml Hirase, $14,605 734949—211 Helen Alfredsson, $14,60570-70-71—211 Laura Davles, $11,208 72-70-70—212 Caroline Pierce, $11,208 67-73-72—212 Vtekl Fergon, $8,679 72-7249—213 Nancy Harvey, $8,679 71-72-70—213 Alice Miller, $8,679 7348-72—213 Laurie Brower, $6,170 72-7448—214 Val Skinner, $6,170 74-70-70—214 Shirley Furlong, $6,170 72-72-70—214 Missle McGeorge, $6,17071-72-71—214 Tracy Hanson, $6,170 71-72-71—214 Uselotte Neumann, $6,1707349-72—214 L Bemvenutl, $6,170 7349-72—214 Jill McGIII, $6,170 71-70-73—214 Tina Barrett, $4,434 73-7349—215 Nancy "topez, $4,434 70-7649—215 Beth Daniel, $4,434 73-72-70—215 Senior scores DORADO, Puerto Rico (AP) — Final scores and money winnings Sunday of the $800,000 Senior Tournament of Champions on the 6,740- yard, par-72 Hyatt Dorado Beach East Course: John Bland, $151,000 6948-70-207 Jim Colbert, $89,000 67-70-71—208 Ray Floyd, $60,833 69-70-70—209 Graham Marsh, $60,833 68-70-71—209 Lee Trevlno, $60,833 69-69-71—209 Hale liwln, $36,500 71-71-68—210 Jack Nicklaus, $36,500 70-72-68—210 Bob Charles, $36,500 72-68-70-210 Dave Stockton, $26,167 69-7349—211 Mike Hill, $26,167 71-70-70-211 Bob Murphy, $26,167 68-70-73—211 J.C.Snead, $22,000 7349-70-212 Jim Albus, $19,500 73-69-72—214 George Archer, $19,500 69-71-74—214 Simon Hobday, $17,500 7349-73—215 Tony Jacklin, $17,500 68-70-77—215 Jimmy Powell, $15,500 71-75-70—216 Jim Dent, $15,500 75-71-70-216 Waft Morgan, $14,000 75-72-70—217 Tennis Australian Open MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Monday from the $6.34 million Australian Open tennis championships (seedlngs In parentheses): Men Singlet Fourth Round Yevgeny Kafelnikov (6), Russia, del. Malivai Washington, Ponlre Vedra Beach, Fla., 6-3,6-2, 64. Doubles Third Round Scott Draper, Australia, and Jason Stotlenberg, Australia, del. Cyril Suk, Czech Republic, and Daniel Vacek (5), Czech Republic, 64,44,7-5. Women's doubles Third round Usa Raymond, Wayne, Pa., and Gabriela Sabatinl (7), Argentina, del. Kristie Boogert, Netherlands, and Nicole Bradtke (14), Australia, 6-0,7-5. TONIGHT'S GAMES Bethany men at Southwestern WHEN — 8 p.m. WHERE— Stewart Gymnasium, Winfield RECORDS — Bethany 2-14 overall, 0-6 KCAC; Southwest- em 4-11,0-6 Bethany women at Southwestern WHEN —6p.m. WHERE — Stewart Gymnasium, Winfield RECORDS — Bethany 12-2 overall, 4-2 KCAC; Southwest- em 6-9, 4-2 Butler County men at Brown Mackie WHEN — 7:30 p.m. WHERE — Bicentennial Center, Salina RECORDS — Brown Mackie is 10-11; Butler County is 135. Butler County women at Brown Mackie WHEN — 5:30 p.m. WHERE — Bicentennial Center, Salina RECORDS — Brown Mackie 11-9; Butler County 12-6 RADIO - TU Monday, January 22 Television BASKETBALL 6:30 p.m. - St. John's at Seton Hall ESPN, cable 38 8:30 p.m. - Oklahoma at Kansas ESPN, cable 38 8:30 p.m. - Virginia Tech at St. Bonaventure ESPN2, cable 39 11 p.m. - Long Beach Stale at New Mexico State ESPN, cable 38 HOCKEY 8 p.m. - New York Islanders at Colorado. Prime, cable 37 GENERAL 10 a.m. - Sportscenter '. ESPN, cable 38 5:30 p.m. - Sportscenter. ....ESPN, cable 38 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight CNN, cable 23 10 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 12:30 p.m. - Sports Latenlght CNN, cable 23 1:30 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 Radio BASKETBALL 7 p.m. - Cat Chat : KSAL, 1150-AM 8:30 p.m. - Kansas at Oklahoma KSAJ, 88.5-FM, KINA, 910-AM GENERAL 5:30 p.m. - KSAL Sports Talk Show KSAL, 1150-AM SPORTS DIGEST Basketball • EL PASO, Texas — Don Haskins, the basketball coach at Texas-El Paso the past 35 years, was doing well Sunday after being stricken with a mild| heart attack during a game the previous night. The 65-year-old coach is in Providence Memorial Hospital, where he is expected to spend the next few days undergoing tests in the cardiac care unit. I • LINDSBORG — The Kansas Collegiate Athlet-f ic Conference has named Sterling's Jeremy Fred-1 erick and Brandon Rice of McPherson as its men's co-player of the week and Camile Sneed its j women's player of the week for games ending ' January 20. Frederick scored 38 points in Sterling's wins over Kansas Wesleyan and Bethel. Frederick dished out nine assists, had eight rebounds and three steals. His 13-of-20 field goal shooting included nine three-point goals. Rice, a 6-3 senior guard from Hoisington, scored 42 points in McPherson's victories over Southwestern and St. Mary's of Leavenworth. Sneed, a 5-11 senior forward from Oxford, scored 37 points in a | win over McPherson and a loss to Friends. Sneed had 16 rebounds and hit 14-of-25 from the field and 9-of-12 from the free throw line. Football • TAMPA, Fla. — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' coaching search appeared near an end Sunday when Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator Tony Dungy arrived in Tampa to meet with team owner Malcolm Glazer. Dungy is the leading candidate for the job, vacated by the Dec. 27 firing of Sam Wyche. He denied weekend reports that the job had been offered. • HONOLULU — New Mexico's Winslow Oliver ! had a pair of touchdown runs, including a game- record 53-yarder, and Neil Voskeritchiari of Colorado kicked a 24-yard field goal Sunday to give the East a 17-10 victory over the West in the Hula Bowl. Oliver, who wound up with 88 yards on 10 carries, also scored on a 10-yard run. The East's Mike Gottfried defeated Lee Corso of the West for the second straight year in the battle of ESPN football commentators serving as coaches. Golf • DORADO, Puerto Rico — Defending champi-. on Jim Colbert was standing behind a tree just ;• off the par-4 15th fairway and staring down a bo^ gey, but his mind was on the stretch of six holes' he had just finished. "Forget about 15," said Colbert, who went on to bogey 15 and lose to a late j " charging John Bland by a stroke Sunday at the', Senior Tournament of Champions. "That didn't cost me the tournament. Four times I thought I' had hit putts into the center of the cup and four.,, times, they somehow missed. You let the other!' guys hang around long enough, someone's going to jump at you." • PALM DESERT, Calif. — Mark Brooks, a ^. first-round co-leader who remained at or near $ie front the entire tournament, shot a 5-under-part>7 Sunday to win the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic by a stroke. He finished with a second consecutiv& ' round of 67 for a 23-under total of 337 for the 90-"; hole event. It was his fifth victory in 12 years on the PGA Tour and his first since. 1994. Brooks b'e- gan the final round tied for the lead with Johit' 1 Huston, Payne Stewart and Jeff Maggert. Husttm shot 68 to finish second. J • • LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — It took five'°' tries, but rookie Karrie Webb finally got the l&tii hole right and won the LPGA HealthSouth Inajt- gural Sunday in a playoff. Webb, who finished'' second in last week's LPGA Tournament of ' Champions, tapped in for par on the fourth extra hole and claimed the $67,500 winner's check when Jane Geddes rolled a 5-foot putt wide of the cup. Geddes bogeyed the last hole of regulation to fall into a three-way tie with Webb and Martha Nause at 7-under-par 209 on the Lake Buena Vista Course at Walt Disney World. Skating • SAN JOSE, Calif. — After years of tragedy «•' and hardship, skater Rudy Galindo finally got his moment of triumph. In one of skating's biggest* upsets, Galindo won the men's title at the U.S. r : Figure Skating Championships. His hometown crowd was on its feet 30 seconds before his free skate — which earned him two perfect marks — was over. The crowd roared as he came to a stop, and Galindo quietly bowed his head to cross h^p- self in honor of his father, brother, and the two* • coaches he has lost in recent years. "I'm always thinking about all the tragedy, but that made iae- want to see if I could do better," an elated Galindo said after Saturday's victory. T"'. 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