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B2 TUESDAY. JANUARY 23. 1996 THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Football NFL postseason All times CST Wild-card round Buffalo 37, Miami 22 . Philadelphia 58, Detroit 37 Green Bay 37, Atlanta 20 Indianapolis 35, San Diego 20 Dlvlilonal playoffs Pittsburgh 40, Buffalo 21 Gresn Bay 27, San Francisco 17 Dallas 30, Philadelphia 11 Indianapolis 10, Kansas City 7 Conference championships Pittsburgh 20, Indianapolis 16 Dallas 38, Green Bay 27 Super Bowl At Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, Ariz. Sunday, Jan. 28 Pittsburgh (14-4) vs. Dallas (14-4), 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 the Super Bowl from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: Dallas minus 13 vs. Pittsburgh Hockey NHL standings All times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T PtsGF GA NY Rangers 29 11 6 66 178 131 Florida 28 12 5 61 159 117 Philadelphia 24 12 10 58 159 115 Washington 21 18 5 47 123 112 Tampa Bay 20 18« 7 47 135 151 NewJersey 19 22 4 42 116 115 NY Islanders 1223 8 32125161 Northeast Division Pittsburgh 29 14 3 61 225 155 Montreal 21 19 6 48 140 144 Boston 19 18 6 44 155 159 Buffalo 18 23 3 39 129 145 Hartford 17 23 5 39 116 138 Ottawa 8 35 1 17 100 180 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T PtsGF GA Detroit 32 9 3 67 164 95 Chicago 24 15 9 57 163 133 Toronto 22 17 7 51 145 135 St Louis 18 19 6 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 20 11 43 159 158 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 Monday's results NY Rangers 3, Los Angeles 1 Tampa Bay 4, Montreal 1 Chicago?, Ottawa 3 Pittsburgh 7, Boston 6 Florida 1, Philadelphia 1, tie NY Islanders at Colorado, (n) Dallas at Vancouver, (n) Basketball NBA standings All times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet QB Orlando 29 10 .744 — New York 24 14 .632 4'/i Washington 19 20 .487 10 Miami 18 21 .462 11 NewJersey 16 22 .421 12V4 Boston 15 24 .385 14 Philadelphia 7 30 .189 21 Central Division Chicago 34 3 .919 — Indiana 24 14 .632 10VS Atlanta 22 17 .564 13 Cleveland 21 17 .553 13V? Detroit 19 16 .514 15 Charlotte 18 20 .474 1614 Milwaukee 15 23 .395 19% Toronto 11 28 .282 24 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB San Antonio 26 12 .684 — Houston 27 14 .659 % Utah 24 13 .649 1V4 Denver 16 23 .410 10Vi Dallas 12 25 .324 \3'A Minnesota 11 27 .289 15 Vancouver 9 30 .231 1714 Pacific Division Seattle 27 11 .711 — Sacramento 22 14 .611 4 LA Lakers 21 18 .538 6V4 Portland 20 19 .513 7V4 Golden State 17 22 .436 10'A Phoenix 15 21 .417 11 LA Clippers 15 24 .385 12'A Sunday's results 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 results Miami 96, San Antonio 89 Atlanta 105, Houston 96 Vancouver 100, Milwaukee 92 NBA boxscores HAWKS 105, ROCKETS 96 HOUSTON (96) Horry 2-4 04 6, Brown 44 0-2 8, Olajuwon 914 2-3 20, Drexler 8-16 6-6 23, Recasner 0-4 00 0, Cassell 4-14 2-2 11, Breaux 1-2 04 3, Bryant 3-51-2 7, James 6-8 0-0 16, Chilcutt 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 38-74 11-15 96. ATLANTA (105) Augmon 5-11 04 10, Long 4-10 5-8 14. Lang 3-111-2 7, Smith 9-18 7-10 26, Blaylock 7-22 33 20, Ehlo 9-13 3-5 25, Bullard 1-21-1 3. Totals 384720-29105. .Houston 22 24 21 29— 96 Attants 25 20 28 32—105 3-Polnt goals—Houston 9-23 (James 4-6, Horry 2-4, Breaux 1-1, Cassell 1-4, Drexler 1-5, Brown 0-1. Recasner 0-2), Atlanta 9-22 (Ehlo 46, Blaylock 3-11, Long 1 -1, Smith 1 -3, Bullard 01). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Houston 50 (Olajuwon 9), Atlanta 48 (Blaylock 10). Assists—Houston 23 (Horry, Drexler 5), Atlanta 20 (Blaylock 9). Total touts—Houston 26, Atlanta 17. Technicals—Houston coach Tomjanovlch, Cassell, Houston Illegal delense, Lang, Ehlo, Atlanta Illegal defense 2. A—14,565 (16,365). HEAT 96, SPURS 89 SAN ANTONIO (89) Elliott 6-15 10-11 25, Perdue 44 2-4 10, Robinson 8-13 9-11 26, Del Negro 4-7 2-2 10, Johnson 3-102-2 8, Person 341-18,Lohaus1- 3 04 3, Rivers 0-4 04 0. Totals 2946 26-31 89. MIAMI (98) Owens 4-11 04 8, Willis 4-10 0-1 8, Mourning 9-15 7-8 25, Chapman 10-221-1 25, Coles 3-12 54 11, Thomas 34 04 6, Asklns 4-12 0-211, Myers 1-3 04 2. Totals 38-9113-18 98. San Antonio 30 24 23 12-89 Miami 26 22 17 31—96 3-Polnt goals-San Antonio 5-14 (Elliott 34, Lohaus 1-2, Person 1-3, Rivers 0-1, Johnson 02), Miami 7-26 (Chapman 4-12, Asklns 3-7, Coles 0-5, Mourning 0-1, Myers 0-1). Fouled out—Robinson. Rebounds—San Antonio 42 (Perdue 12), Miami 58 (Owens 14). Assists— San Antonio 23 (Johnson 11), Miami 21 (Coles 7). Total fouls-San Antonio 22, Miami 24. Technicals—Elliott, Mourning, San Antonio assistant coach Egan, Miami coach Rlley, San Antonio Illegal defense. A—14,589 (15,200). GRIZZLIES 100, BUCKS 92 VANCOUVER (100) Avent 2-7 04 4, King 4-7 04 8, Reeves 7-13 8-13 22, Anthony 7-10 2-2 16, B.Edwards 7-13 2-218, D.Edwards 2-7 2-4 6. Murdock242-26, Qattlson 1-2 0-2 2, Scott 2-5 2-2 7, Mobley 3-5 3-7 9. Totals 37-75 21-34 100. MILWAUKEE (92) Baker 6-15 12-16 24, Robinson 6-12 4-4 16, Benjamin 2-4 2-2 6, Douglas 8-15 0416, Newman 5-11 0410, Cummlngs 4-5 4-412, Keys 02 04 0, Mayberry 0-2 04 0, Conlon 4-5 04 8, Respert 0-1 04 0. Totals 35-72 22-26 92. Vancouver 27 19 25 29—100 Milwaukee 27 22 23 20— 92 3-Polnt goals—Vancouver 5-10 (Anthony 2-3, B.Edwards 2-4, Mobley 1-2, Murdoch 0-1), Milwaukee 0-9 (Douglas 0-1, Baker 0-2, Robinson 0-2, Newman 0-2, Mayberry 0-2). Fouled out— Avent. Rebounds—Vancouver 50 (Reeves 11), Milwaukee 42 (Baker 9). Assists—Vancouver 26 (Anthony 12), Milwaukee 16 (Douglas 6). Total fouls—Vancouver 24, Milwaukee 29. Techni- cals—Benjamin, Milwaukee coach Dunleavy, Vancouver Illegal defense 2. A—13,488 (18,633). AP top 25 men The top 25 teams In The Associated Press' men's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 21, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Prv I.Massachusetts (57) 164 1,641 1 2. Kentucky (8) 15-1 1,589 2 3. Kansas 14-1 1,484 4 4. Connecticut (1) 18-1 1,465 5 S.Cincinnati 12-1 1,308 3 6. Georgetown 16-2 1.303 8 7.Villanova 14-3 1,238 7 8. Virginia Tech 11-1 1,16311 9. Wake Forest 12-2 1,128 6 10. Utah 14-3 948 15 11. North Carolina 13-4 87910 12. Memphis 12-3 858 9 13. Arizona 13-3 840 18 14. Penn State 13-1 710 14 15. UCLA 12-4 67613 16. Michigan 14-4 664 20 17. Syracuse 134 570 12 18. Clemson 12-2 '494 19 19. Purdue 14-3 438 17 20. Boston College ' 12-3 366 24 21. Auburn 15-3 344 23 22. Iowa 14-4 333 16 tie Texas Tech '14-1 33325 24. Marquette 12-3 120 — 25. California 10-4 74 — Others receiving votes: Mississippi Slate 67, Eastern Michigan 56, Georgia 50, New Mexico 44, Stanford 41, Georgia Tech 29, Missouri 25, Alabama 22, Vanderbltt 22, Nebraska 19, Tulsa 17, Arkansas 14, South Carolina 12, Illinois 11, Wisconsin-Green Bay 10, Fresno Stale 7, Miami, Ohio 7, Duke 6, Iowa State 6, George Washington 5, Santa Clara 5, Texas 5, Alabama-Birmingham 2, Kansas State 2, Northern Illinois 1, Washington 1. AP top 25 women The Top Twenty Five teams In The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 21, total points based on 25 points lor a first-place vote through one point for a 25th- place vote and last week's ranking: Record Pts Pv I.Louisiana Tech (38) 164 974 1 2. Georgia (1) 14-2 929 4 3. Connecticut 16-3 846 3 4. Tennessee 15-3 835 6 S.Vandertailt 14-1 828 2 6. Stanford 13-2 826 5 7. Virginia 14-3 727 7 S.Iowa 16-1 694 9 9. Texas Tech 14-2 681 8 10. Penn Stale 14-4 604 10 11. Old Dominion 13-2 477 15 12. Duke 15-3 475 13 13. Wisconsin 14-2 467 14 14. North Carolina State 13-3 451 11 15. Oregon State 11-3 434 12 16. Colorado 17-4 431 15 17. Alabama 15-3 385 18 18. Clemson 13-1 278 24 19. Northwestern 15-3 240 17 20. Florida 15-3 223 22 21. Purdue 11-7 19521 22. Arkansas 144 193 20 23. Mississippi 12-4 103 25 24. Oklahoma State 13-3 69 19 25. Auburn 13-4 4923 Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 39, Kansas 30, Middle Tennessee State 30, North Carolina 23, Montana 17, Southern Mississippi 16, Southern Methodist 15, Colorado State 14, SW Missouri Stale 13, Texas A&M 10, Washington State 6, Ohio State 5, Toledo 5, Washington 5, Louisiana State 4, Tulane 4, Nebraska 3, San Diego Slate 3, Texas 2, Qrambllng State 1, Illinois 1. Michigan Stale 1, Rhode Island 1, Stephen F.Austin 1. ' NAIA men's II TULSA, Okla. (AP)—The top 25 teams In the. NAIA Division II men's basketball poll with first- place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 21, total points and previous ranking: . Record Pts Pvs 1. Bethel, Ind. (18) 20- 1 846 1 2. Albertson, Idaho 17-2 513 2 3. Trinity, III. (4) ' 16- 1 480 6 4. Walsh, Ohio 16- 3 465 5 5. Concordia, Neb. 16- 3 447 4 6. William Jewell, Mo. 17-4 413 3 7. Whitworth, Wash. 12- 3 391 9 8. Alice Lloyd, Ky. 16- 4 339 7 9. St. Ambrose, Iowa 17-5 338 11 10. Berea, Ky. 12- 4 310 8 HEmbiy-Rlddle, Fla. 15-7 283 13 tie. Ohio Dominican 16-8 283 12 13. Black Hills State, S.D. 13-5 259 10 14. Ozarks, Mo. 13- 4 228 20 He. St. Joseph's, Maine 11-3 226 16 16. Spring Arbor, Mich. 16-8 216 14 17. Taylor, Ind. 14- 8 142 23 18. Indiana Tech 12-7 140 19 19. Western Oregon 13-5 136 16 20. Dominican, N.Y. 14-4 134 — 21. Philadelphia Pharmacy 14-2 110 17 22. MldAmertcs Nazarene 8-12 96 25 23. Hardin-Slmmons, Texas 13-3 81 15 24. Caldwell, N.J. 12- 4 61 — Today's schedule TUESDAY, JANUARY 23 BASKETBALL Sallna Central girts vs. Scott City at Newton, 6:15 p.m. Ell-Saline girts vs. Chapman at Minneapolis, 7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart boys at Hertngton, 7:30 p.m. SE Saline boys at Ellsworth, 7:30 p.m. Abilene boys at Sallna Central, 7:30 p.m. St. John's Military at Hope, 7 p,m. Kansas State women at Arkansas State, 7 p.m. WRESTLING Clay Center, Great Bend at Sallna South 25. St. Thomas Aquinas, N.Y. 13- 9 59 24 NAIA women's II TULSA, Okla. (AP)—The top 25 teams In the NAIA Division II women's basketball poll with M-place votes In parentheses, records through January 21, total points and previous rankings: Record Pts Pva 1. Doane, Neb. (6) 19- 4 518 13 2. Huron, S.D. (4) 14- 1 517 13 3. Western Oregon (5) 14-4514 2 4. Shawnee State, Ohio. (6) 19- 2 506 1 5. Evangel, Mo. 15- 4 401 9 6. Sterling (1) 15-0379 8 7. Wilametle, Ore. 10- 4 359 8 8. Black Hills Slate S.D. 14- 4 341 11 9. NW Nazarene, Idaho 10- 7 338 5 10. St. Ambrose, Iowa 15- 5 311 12 11. Cardinal Stritch, Wise. -11-3298 10 12. Midland Lutheran, Neb. 15-4265 14 13. Georgetown, Kentucky 13- 3 244 20 14. Brescia, Ky. 17- 2 243 7 15. Dickinson State, N.D. 9-4237 16 16. Alice Lloyd, Kentucky 16- 3 219 15 17. Flndlay, Ohio 14- 5 203 19 18. Southern Oregon 12- 8 193 22 19. Bethany 11- 2 155 13 20. Western Baptist, Ore. 15-6135 17 21. St Thomas Aquinas, N.Y. 13-4129 18 22. Malne-Farmlngton 13- 1 123 21 23. Tusculum, Tenn. 14-4 90 25 24. Tri-State,.lnd. 12- 8 60 25. Telkyo Marycrest, Iowa 17- 3 47 — KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conference All Garnet W L W L Tabor 70 11 6 Friends 62 7 11 McPherson 52 97 Sterling 43 7 10 Bethel 34 6 10 Ottawa 34 5 10 Kansas Wesleyan 34 5 11 Southwestern 1 6 5 11 Bethany 07 2 15 Next week's schedule Monday - Bethel 80, Ottawa 67; Friends 82, McPherson 75; Southwestern 86, Bethany 75; Tabor 90, Sterling 64. Wednesday - Southwestern at Sterling; McPherson at Bethany; Bethel at Kansas Wesleyan. Thursday - Ottawa al Tabor. Saturday - Sterling at McPherson; Bethany at Friends; Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor, Southwestern at Ottawa. WOMEN Conference All Games W L W L Steitlng 7 0 16 . 0 Bethany 52 13 2 Ottawa 52 87 Friends 53 10 8 Southwestern 43 6 10 Kansas Wesleyan 25 78 Bethel 25 5 12 Tabor • 25 4 12 McPherson 07 2 13 Next week's schedule Monday - Sterling 83, Tabor 60; Ottawa 81. Bethel 69; Friends 89, McPherson 48; Bethany 56, Southwestern 55. Wednesday - Southwestern at Sterling; McPherson at Bethany; Bethel at Kansas Wesleyan. Thursday - Ottawa at Tabor. Saturday - Sterling at McPherson; Bethany al Friends; Kansas Wesleyan at Tabon Southwest- em at Ottawa. Men's scores EAST American U. 64, James Madison 71 Holy Cross 68, Cornell 61 Long Island U. 80, a Francis, NY 78, OT Marist 100, Wagner 85 Monmouth, N.J. 59, Falrielgh Dickinson 52 Mount St Mary's, Md. 73, St. Francis, Pa. 44 Penn 74, Lafayette 57 Rider 79, Robert Morris 59 Seton Hall 82, St. John's 76 St Joseph's 68, Fordham 64 SOUTH Bethune-Cookman 68, Morgan St 58 Citadel 88, Furman 77 Coppln SI. 81, Florida A&M 65 E. Kentucky 70, Middle Tenn. 64 Jacksonville 101, Arkansas St 93 Kentucky St 63, Tuskegee 82 Liberty 67, Coastal Carolina 62 Marshall 86, Tn.-Chattanoooa 69 Miss. Valley St 83, Alabama St. 75 N.C.-Greensboro 77, Md.-Baltimore County 65 S. Carolina St 87, Delaware St. 71 Southern U. 108, Prairie View 89 Stephen F.Austin 83, NW Louisiana 68 Texas Southern 85, Alcom St 75 VMI96, E. Tennessee a 88 W. Carolina 81, Georgia Southern 71 MIDWEST E. Illinois 60, Buffalo 52 Friends 82, McPherson 75 Ill-Chicago 95, Loyola, III. 64 Hinds St 76, SW Missouri St. 69 Indiana's!. 66, Wichita St. 51 Kansas 72, Oklahoma 66 . Mo.-Kansas City 83, NE Illinois 79 N. Michigan 77, Hlllsdale 69 SE Missouri 81, Tennessee Tech 76, OT St Louis 74, Murray St 68 Valparaiso 73, Youngstown St 63 W. Illinois 96, Chicago St 87 Wright St 59, Detroit 57 . SOUTHWEST North Texas 82, Texas-San Antonio 59, OT SW Texas St 60, Texas-Arilngton 72 College men INDIANA STATE 66 WICHITA STATE 51 WICHITA STATE (5-14) Kleldon 0-31-21, Amett 2-8 04 5, Schultz 0- I 0-0 0, Hill 4-9 0-0 9, Mckey 3-11 0-0 8, Miller 4-6 0-09, HerrsM 1-24, Callis 7-131-415. Totals 21-57 3-8 51. INDIANA STATE (6-9) Luchettl 0-1 0-0 0, Griffin 1-4 0-0 2, Wells 3-7 2-210, Williams 4-6 2-310, DeGroote 3-7 0-0 7, Hargrove 3-8 4-6 10, Stroud 0-31-21, Cruse 7- II 4-518, Reeder 3-9 04 8. Totals 24-5613-18 66. Halttlme score - Indiana State 25-18. 3-polnt goals - WS 6-13 (Amett 1, Hill 1, McKey 2, Miller 1, Herrs 1), IS 5-16 (Wells 2, DeGroote 1, Reeder 2). Total fouls - WS 17, IS 14. Fouled out McKey. Rebounds - WS 33 (Callls 9), IS 43 (Cruse 15). Assists - WS 14 (McKey 10), IS 16 (Hargrove, DeGroote 4). Turnovers - WS 14, IS 16. A-4,139. BETHEL 801 OTTAWA 67 BETHEL (6-10) Bailey 10, McMlllen 10, Poppteton 2, Solo 14, Brodhagen 6, Harrison 9, Slfuentes 15, Rosenhagen 5, Dunn 9. Totals 28-6218-27 80. OTTAWA (5-10) Robinson 6, Kamatz 10, McDonnell 5, Klrchn- er 3, Schneider 14, Cummlngs 15, Hermreck 6, Banks 8. Totals 22-6317-20 67. Halfllme score - Ottawa, 28-26. SOUTHWESTERN 86, BETHANY 75 BETHANY (2-15) Sloner 1-20-03, Sharitey 2-4 2-2 6, Magner 27 34 7, Ha|ek 3-7 0-0 9, Bates 7-19 4-4 19, Charvat 1-3042, Mortenson 5-91-311, Ihnken 1-4 0-0 2, Shupe 4-5 2-610, Anderson 3-8 0-1 6. Totals 29-6812-22 75. SOUTHWESTERN (5-11) Roop 2-6 5-6 9, Hamlln 6-14 2-5 15, Carter 6112 0-213, Wollenberg 0-3 04 0, Klnley 1-4 00 2, Mount 0-4 2-2 2, Men 5-9 2-5 12, Bradford 4-4 0-1 8, Hartley 6-105-817, Hlgglns 3-4 2-2 8. Totals 33-7018-31 86. Halftlme score - SW, 46-33. 3-polnt goals BC 5-21 (Hajek 3, Sloner 1, Bates 1), SC 2-12 (Hamlin 1, Carter 1). Rebounds - BC 44 (Bates 11), SC 40 (Merz 9). Assists - BC 15 (Magner 5), SC 17 (Wollenberg 4). Fouls - BC 24, SC 21. Fouled out Schupe (BC). Turnovers-BC 21, SC12. College women STERLING 83, TABOR 60 STERLING (164) Harms-Dull 8, R.Russell 7, Dertttt 1, Gregston 12, T.Russell 8, Woudstra 26, Carrithers 4, Swenson 9, Pearson 6. Totals 35 8-14 83. TABOR (4-12) Ratzlatt 13, Grunder 5, Penner 2, Shadld 9, Morris 13, R'empel 2, Pyle 9, Friesan 7. Totals 266-1360. Haltttme score-Sterling, 36-27. OTTAWA 81, BETHEL 69 BETHEL (4-12) Bowe 2, Uniuh 2, Unruh 15, Hill 5, Kynastoh 7, Cappellettl 3, Funk 17, Stucky 14, Franz 4. Totals 2941 7-1269. OTTAWA (84) Wheeler 10, Brown 4, Monroy 12, Llndley 16, McMlllen 5, Hull 8, Rager 4, Roberts 2, Dlckkut 20. Totals 304919-26 81. Halftlme score - Ottawa, 37-30. BETHANY 56, SOUTHWESTERN 65 BETHANY (13-2) Eilert 1-2 04 3, Stuart 2-5 04 4, Lager 04 02 0, Newcomer 3-9 2-210, Burd 1-1 04 2, Magnet! 3-7 2-3 8, Rolls 3-7 04 6, Holzwarth 2-5 00 4, Gregory 1-3 04 2, Ptacek 0-104 0, Cox 8161-4 17. Totals 24-56 5-11 56. SOUTHWESTERN (6-10) Dennett 4-9 9-10 17, Peterson 0-1 04 0, Ashenfelter 2-9 04 4, Oulnones 3-3 44 10, Sneed 7-13 34 17, Doramus 2-4 04 4, Wedel 1-9 0-12, Lelth 0-31-21. Totals 19-5117-23 65. Halftlme score - BC, 36-26. appoint goals - BC 3-9 (Newcomer 2, Eilert 1), SC 0-0. Rebounds - BC'33 (Cox 8), SC 39 (Sneed 10). Assists - BC 18 (Eilert, Newcomer 5), SC 13 (Dennett 4). Fouls - BC 21, SC 12. Fouled out None. Turnovers-BC 26, SC 27. Juco men BUTLER COUNTY 69 BROWN MACKIE 48 BUTLER COUNTY (14-5) Berry 1-3 04 2, Hankton 4-5 54 15, Rhodes 3-81-2 7, Washington 9-17 2-2 21, Tosl 1-1 0-2 2, McGlnnls 1 -3 04 2, McMillan 2-5 04 5, Utting 04 0-1 0, McLeod 3-7 3-4 11, Watts 1-4 2-2 4. Totals 25-5313-18 69. BROWN MACKIE (10-12) Kamara 3-9 2-5 10, Johnson 7-20 2-2 16, Smith 1-6 34 5, Houston 1-5 64 6, Daniels 1-2 04 2, Matheny 04 0-1 0, McDonald 1-1 0-0 2, Banks 04 54 6, Holman 0-1 04 0. Totals 14-50 18-28 48. Halftlme score — BC, 32-19.3-poinl goals — BC 6-20 (Berry 0-1, Hankton 2-2, Rhodes 0-5, Washington 1-4, McMlllen 1-1, McLeod 2-5, Watts 0-2), BM 2-12 (Kamara 2-5, Johnson 0-7). Rebounds - BC 35 (Utting 6), BM 23 (Smith 7). Total fouls — BC 20, BM 19. Fouled out — McGinnls. Technical foul—Johnson. Turnovers - BC 17; BM 14. Juco women BUTLER COUNTY 70 BROWN MACKIE 40 BUTLER COUNTY (13-6) Raber 2-7 2-2 6, Ketteri 7-16 4-516, Dougherty 1-4 3-9 5, Leigh 3-10 0-1 7, Schwinn 1-2 4-6 6, Narducd 34 4-511, Smelter 24 04 4, Meyers 4-8 2-213. Totals 23-5919-29 70. BROWN MACKIE (11-10) Hance 0-51-41, Mollenkamp 0-2 04 0, Wallace 1-11-2 3, Albright 2-21-15, Harrison 1-2 02 2, Hines 5-14 24 13, Sandoval 0-3 04 0, Cooper 2-10 04 4, Johnston 0-2 0-1 0, Mitchell 2-5 2-4 8, Redding 2-3 2-4 6. Totals. 15-49 9-24 40. Halftlme score - BC, 36-17.3-polnt goals - BC 4-10 (Leigh 0-1, Narducd 1-4, Meyer 2-4, Ketteri 0:1); BM 14 (Hiries 14, Cooper 0-1. Rebounds - BC 24 (Ketteri, Leigh 6), BM 38 (Cooper 8): Total fouls - BC 23, BM 21. Fouled out - none. Technical fouls - Hance. Turnovers - BC 26, BM35.Asslsts-BC9,BM4. PRATT 62 CENTRAL MCPHERSON M Central McPherson (10-7) Dbcon 6, Garret! 9, Hanshue 2, Arlington 2, Clark 5, Smith 18, Sanders 6, Stansbeny 6. Totals 14-54 20-31 54. Pratt (5-13) Karber 2, Classen 2, Thompson 6, Roe 5, J.MHIer 8, Hlldebrand 6, Roberts 3, M.MIIIer 6, Collier 24. Totals 224315-28 62. Halftlme score -Pratt, 33-20. High school scores Results of games played Monday. BOYS Bucklln 57. Pawnee Heights 38 Ellis 90, Stockton 61 Eudora 50, Wamego 48 Hays 60, Liberal 53 Hill City 51, Norton 48 (ol) Holsington 91, Ellinwood 90 (ot) Lewis 70, Fowler 57 Macksville 56, Stafford 50 Meade 45, Haviland 43 Mlnneola 56, Ashland 38 Osbome 59, Victoria 56 Otis-Bison 44, Kinsley 34 St. John 69, Graensburg 57 Trego59,PlaMle53 GIRLS Abilene 58, Concord!* 40 Arkansas City 62, Clearwaler 30 BVStllwell 67, KC Turner 43 Fort Scott 73, Spring Hill 37 Junction City 59, Ellsworth 28 Minneapolis 71, Russell 27- Nemaha Valley 67, Clay Center 41 Newton 76, Wichita West 37 Osawatomie 47, Loulsburg 36 Sacred Heart 54, Berean Academy 33 Wichita North 50, Rose HHI40 High school BOYS MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE Quarterfinals OSBORNE 59, VICTORIA 56 Osbome 16 13 11 19 - 59 Victoria . 8 626 18- 56 Osbome - Jones 10, Schumacher 7, Hadley 15, Couse 15, Gray 12. Victoria (9-2) - Procklsh 6, Sander 3, Windholz 22, Ruder 11, Rome 5, Robben 2, Belsel 7. HILL CITY 51, NORTON 48 (ot) Hill City 12 7 9 19 4-51 Norton 12 13 9 13 1 - 48 Hill City (8-1) - D'.Heiman 7, Rlley 26, Zohner 2, Bell 8, Worcester 2, Heiman 4, Kaiser 2. Norton (44) - Thlele 6, Lofgreen 8, Lang 15, Shoemaker 7, Wrthlngton 6, Herrs 6. TREGO 59, PLAINVILLE 53 Trego 13 17 12 17 - 59 Plalnvllle 12 17 7 17 - 53 Trego - Zlegler 8, Brown 15, Higglns 2, Richards 4, Schneider 13, Malsam 16, Keyser 1. Plalnvllle - Mongeau 5, Stamper 4, Newell 5, Wehril 10, Anderson 6, Hrabe 9, Rozean 2, Hageman 17. ELLIS 90, STOCKTON 61 Stockton 18 11 11 21 - 61 Ellis . 25 22 23 20 - 90 Stockton - S.Wagner 8, T.Wagner 6, Towns 13, McReynolds 12, Bice 3, Jirak 9, Kee 4, Glendening 6. Ellis - North 2, Honas 7, Befort 8, Walz 12, Fondoble 30, Kruckenberg 3, Mlckelson 6, Rorabaugh 8, Bfttal 10, Waldschmldt 2. GIRLS ELI J. WALTER TOURNAMENT SACRED HEART 54 BEREAN ACADEMY 33 Berean Academy 8 6 8 11-33 Sacred Heart 14121414-54 Berean Academy (1-10) - Jenson 1 0-0 2, Pankratz 1 04 2, Zuercher 11-1 3, Adamson 1 0-12, Ofbright 2 04 4, Flora 164 8, Schroeder 01-21,Regler43-511.Totalsl111-1733. Sacred Heart (114) - Wells 3 6-0 7, Weese 8 0417, Blagg 5 0410, Allen 0 2-2 2, Chaput 5 0410, Ash 4 04 6. Totals 25 2-2 54. 3i»lnt goals - BA 0, SH 2 (Wells, Weese). Total fouls-BA12, SH17. SE-SALINE INVITATIONAL JUNCTION CITY 59, ELLSWORTH 28 Junction City 11 16 22 10-59 Ellsworth . ' 6 8 6 8-28 Junction City (8-3) - Smith 1, Jackson 17, Ivory 3, Wiley 13, Gasken 6, Kyles 2, Littleton 17. Ellsworth - Blgham 12, Huggans 4. Brady 2, Johnson 2, Mehler 1, Kyler 3, Davis 4. ABILENE 58, CONCORDIA 40 Concordla .-. 9 11 8 12-40 Abilene 7 16 17 18-56 Concordla - Jackson 7, Garver 10, Applebee 6, Horkman 9, Williams 2, Bruce 6. "Abilene - Graber 11, Payton 2, Budden 5, Cromwell 12, Riordan 1, Schwartlng 14, Wedel 13. MINNEAPOLIS CLASSIC MINNEAPOLIS 71, RUSSELL 27 Russell 5 4 3 16 - 27 Minneapolis 21 15 20 15 - 71 Russell - Degenhardt 7, BealbyA Haynes 3, McCurdy9,Holloway5. Minneapolis - Chaney 2, Hauck 10, McGavran 7, Allison 6, Shupe 15, Trout 9, Carlson 4, Shoemaker 8, Nelson 10. NEMAHA VALLEY 67 CLAY CENTER 41 Clay Center 5 5 19 12 - 41 Nemaha Valley 13181323-67 Clay Center. - Pnzenmaler 4, Hammond 17, Blake 11, Hafher 1, Frigon 2, Schwensen 2, Williams 2, Bergsten 2. Nemaha Valley - Korte 9, Feldkamp 12, Claik 12, Buetzer 15, Runnebaum 14, Gllssman 2, Rottlnghaus 1, Lueger2. Freshman BOYS SALINA SOUTH 61 SALINA CENTRAL 49 Sallna South 13 20 15 13 - 61 Salina Central 14 7 15 13 - 49 Sallna South - Ebert 11, Meysenburg 12, Puvogel 15, Stein 2, Keopraseuth.1, Kllngzell 8, St.Clalr6,Schmidts.. Sallna Central - Lamb 2, Fellers 9, Moos 4, Russell 4, Miller 9, Storer 8, Henley 8, Jenkins 3, Hauser2. B-team score - Sallna Central, 35-24. GIRLS SALINA SOUTH 33 SALINA CENTRAL 22' Sallna South 784 14-33 SallnaCentral • 488 2-22 Salina South (6-3) - Calhoun 10, Hartaaugh 10, Petersons, Blxby 5. Sallna Central - Smith 2, Wllley 6, Taylor 2, Hemmy 2, Frost 4, Carpenter 6. B-team score - Sallna South, 29-18. Junior high BOYS SACRED HEART 37, ST. XAVIER 34 StXavler 0 4 16 13 1-34 Sacred Heart 4 9 11 9 4-37 St.Xavier - Moon 2, Moloney 8, M.Devlne 14, J.Devlne 7, Garcia 3. Sacred Heart - Staton 6, Herbel 11, Ryan 5, Jaquay 2, Campbell 4, Knlpp 5, Kelley 2, Evel 2. B-team score - Sacred Heart, 23-8. GIRLS SACRED HEART 32, ST. XAVIER 19 St.Xavier 4 1 3 11-19 Sacred Heart 11 7 9 5-32 St. Xavier - Kane 2, Verdonck 3, Crttes 5, LechnerZ, Olson?. Sacred Heart (11-1) - A.Weese 10, Modln 9, Ratcllff 2, Dechanl 2, S.Weese 5, Schneider 2, Buckley 2. B-feam score - Sacred Heart, 18-2. Tennis Australian Open MONDAY'S SEEDED RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Monday of the $6.34 million Australian Open (seed- Ings In parentheses): MEN Singles Fourth round Yevgeny Kafelnikov (6), Russia, def. MalWal Washington, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., 6-3,6-2, 6-4. Thomas Enqvist (7), Sweden, del. Renzo Furian, Italy, 7-5,64,6-3. Boris Becker (4), Germany, del. Brett Steven, New Zealand, 1-6,6-4,6-3,6-2. WOMEN Singles Fourth round Conchlta Martinez (2), Spain, def. Lindsay Davenport (10), Murrieta, Calif., 6-3,6-1. Amanda Coetzer (16), South Africa, def. Elena Ukhovtseva, Russia, 6-3,6-3. Anke Huber (8), Germany, def. Barbara Schett, Austria, 6-3,6-2. Martina Hingis, Switzerland, def. Brenda Schuta-McCarthy (11), Netherlands, 6-1,6-4. FEATURED MATCHES SCHEDULE MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Featured matches Tuesday In the $6.35 million Australian Open (seeding In parentheses): All times CST Starts 6 p.m. Monday Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (3), Spain, vs. Chanda Rubin (13). Lafayette, La. Jim Courier (8), Miami, vs. Andre Agassi (2), TUESDAY'S SEEDED RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Tuesday of the $6.34 million Australian Open (seedlngs In parentheses): MEN Singles Quarterfinal Michael Chang (5), Henderson, Nev., def. Mlkael Tlllstrom, Sweden, 64,6-2,6-4. WOMEN Singles Quarterfinal Monica Seles (1), Sarasota, Fla., def. Iva Ma- loll (7), Croatia, 6-1,6-2. General Transactions AUTO RACING National Hot Rod Association NHRA—Named Chuck Blossom senior vice president of sales and marketing. BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Signed Alex Cole, outfielder, Esteban Beflre and Carlos Rodriguez, In- flelders, and Jeremy Hernandez, pitcher. OAKLAND ATHLETICS-Traded Danny Tartabull, outfielder-designated hitter, to the Chicago White Sox lor Andrew Lorraine, pitcher, and Charles Poe, outfielder. TONIGHT'S GAMES Sacred Heart boys at Herington WHEN-7:30 p.m. WHERE - Herington High School. . RECORDS - 'Sacred Heart 5-7 overall, 2-2 Cortonwood Valley League; Herington 5-7, 2-2. Abilene boys at Salina Central WHEN - 7:30 p.m. WHERE - Salina Central High School. RECORDS - Abilene 6-6, Salina Central 6-5. Southeast of Saline boys at Ellsworth WHEN - 7:30 p.m. WHERE - Ellsworth High School. RECORDS - Southeast of Saline 5-7 overall, 1-3 NCAA; Ellsworth 6-6, 1-3. St. John's Military at Hope WHEN - 7:30 p.m. WHERE - Hope High School. RECORDS - St. John's Military 0-6 overall, 0-3 Eisenhower League; Hope 8-4, 3-0. Salina Central girls vs. Scott City WHEN-6:15 p.m. WHAT - Newton Invitational first round. WHERE - Newton High School. RECORDS - Salina Central 5-5, Scott City 6-3. Ell-Saline girls vs. Chapman WHEN - 7:30 p.m. WHAT - Minneapolis Invitational first round. WHERE - Minneapolis High Schpol. RECORDS - Ell-Saline 8-2, Chapman 4-6. Salina South at Chapman WHEN - 7:45 p.m. WHERE - USD 473 District Gymnasium, Chapman. RECORDS - Salina South 110; Chapman 5-6. HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL STANDINGS BLUE VALLEY League Overall Valley Heights 5 1 10 2 Clifton-Clyde 4183 Rlley County 3257 Hanover 3377 Unn 1458 Washington 0 5 2 10 This Week's Games Tuesday - Valley Heights at Frank- lorl; Wakefield al Clilton-Clyde; Hanover at Baileyville; Unn at North Central. Friday - Valley Heights at Washington: Clifton-Clyde al Hanover; Linn al Rlley County. CHEYENNE Northern Valley 3085 Logan 2184 Paleo 2138 Kensington 1 1 10 3 Eastern Heights 1 1 2 10 Norland 0245 Lenora 0318 This Week's Games Tuesday -Mankato at Logan; Utica al Pake; Kensington at Waconda East; Downs at Eastern Heights; Natoma at Moriand; Jennings at Lenora. Friday - Lenora at Northern Valley; Kensington at Eastern Heights; Moriand at Logan. COTTONWOOD VALLEY Chase County 5092 Council Grove 3155 Herington 2257 Sacred Mean 2257 Remington 1375 Marion 0 5 2 10 This Week's Gimes Tuesday-Rock Creek at Council Grove; Sacred Heart at Herington. Friday - Chase County al Council Grove; Hlllsboro at Marion. EISENHOWER Bennington 5093 Hope 3084 Centre 3184 Solomon 3246 Wakefleld 1155 White City 1349 Tescott 1 4 3 11 St. Xavier 1428 St. John's Military 0306 This Week's Games Monday - Wakefield al SJ-Military. TuHdiy -Southern Cloud at Bennington; SJ-Milltary at Hope; Centre at Solomon; Wakefield at Clifton-Clyde; Sylvan at Tescott Friday - Wilson at Bennington; Wakefield at Hope; White City at Solomon; Centre at St. Xavien Tescott at Lucas-Luray; SJ-MIII- tary at St. Marys Academy. 1-70 Topeka High 4083 Manhattan 3183 Salina Central 2265 TopekaWest 2247 Junction City 1356 Sallna South 0 4 1 10 This Week's Games Tuesday -Emporia al Topeka High; Abilene at Sallna Central; Sallna South al Chapman. Friday -Junction City at Topeka High; Manhattan at Salina South: Salina Central at Topeka West. Saturday - Junction City at SM East. MID-CONTINENT Victoria 6191 Hill City 4171 Ellis 5283 Plalnville 1274 Norton 3247 Trego 3365 Osbome 1465 Stockton 1445 Phillipsburg 1419 Smith Center 0 5 0 10 This Week's Games Mid-Continent League Tournament. MID-STATE TMP-Marian 3067 Holsington 1 0 10 0 Pratt 0117 Lamed 0 1 1 12 Russell 0236 This Week's Games Tuesdsy - Pratt at Greensbuig. Friday -TMP-Marian at Hoislngton; Pratt al Russell. NCAA Belleville 3 0 11 2 Minneapolis 2193 Betoit 2267 Ellsworth 1366 SE-Sallne 1357 This Week's Games Tuesday-Minneapolis at Belleville; SE-Sallne at Ellsworth. Friday - Belleville at Concordia. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS Clay Center 5 0 10 2 Marysvllle 4192 Concordia 2384 Wamego 2366 Abilene 2366 Chapman 0556 This Week's Games Tuesday - Abilene at Salina Central; Sallna South al Chapman. Friday - Clay Center at Wamego; Belleville at Concordla. NORTHWEST KANSAS Goodland 2092 Oakley 2063 Atwood 2193 St Francis 1174 Colby 1147 Scott City 1148 Howe o 2 .1 10 Oberlln 0 3 2 10 This Week's Games Tuesday - Dkjhton at Oakley; Hoxie at St. Francis. Thursday - Oakley al Colby. Friday - Goodland at Ulysses; Hoxle al Oakley; Atwood at Oberlln; St Francis at Station (Colo.). Saturday - Cheylin at Atwood. PIKE TRAIL Hlllcrest 4 0 12 1 White Rock 3 1 10 2 Mankato 3194 SJ-Betolt 2265 Waconda East 2266 Jewell 2337 Southern Cloud 1346 Pike Valley 1348 North Central 0 3 0 10 • This Week's Games Tuesday -Chester-Hubbell-Byron (Neb.) at Hlllcrest; White Rock at Guide Rock (Neb.); Logan at Mankato; Kensington at Waconda East: Jewell at Tip- Ion; Southern Cloud al Bennington; Unn at North Central. Friday - Jewell al Hillcrest; North Central at White Rock; Mankato at Waconda East; SJ-Beloit at Sylvan; South- em Cloud at Pike Valley. TWIN LAKES Sylvan 4 0 13 0 Lincoln 3083 Lucas-Luray '2 166 Wilson 2166 Tipton 2247 Downs 1338 Chase' 1 4 1 10 Natoma 0 4 0 11 This Week's Games Tuesday - Sylvan at Tescott; Lucas- Luray at Wilson; Jewell at Tipton; Downs at Eastern Heights; Natoma al Moriand. Friday - SJ-Beloll at Sylvan; Lincoln at Tipton; Tescott at Lucas-Luray; Wilson al Bennington; Downs at Natoma; Bazlne at Chase. WKEA Qulnler 3091 Dighlon 2083 LaCrosse 2192 Wheatland 1136 Ransom 1156 NessCity 1265 Bazine 0248 Jetmore 0319 This Week's Games Tuesday -Ouinter at Brewster; Dighlon at Oakley; Mansion at Ness City; Healy al Bazine; Jetmore at Ingalls; Wheatland at Grinnell. Friday - Ransom at Qulnter; Satanta at Dlghton; LaCrosse al Wheatland; Jetmore at Ness City; Bazine at Chase. Saturday - Ransom at Triplalns. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY Brewster 4082 Jennings 4 1 11 1 Sharon Springs 3184 Cheylin 3155 Tribune f 1 6 3 Weskan 2256 Grinnell 2244 Triplalns 2346 Healy 1437 Utica 0309 Golden Plains 0529 This Week's Games Tuesday - Qulnter at Brewsler; Triplalns at Sharon Springs; Tribune at Syracuse; Jennings at Lenora; Wheatland al Grinnell; Utica at Palco; Cheylin at Weskan; Healy at Bazine; Friday - Brewster al Cheylin; Tribune at Golden Plains; Weskan at Jennings; Utica at Grinnell; Healy at Triplalns. Saturday - Plalnvlew (Colo.) at Sharon Springs; Weskan at Cheyenne Wells (Colo.); Cheylin al Atwood; Golden Plains at Utica; Ransom at Triplalne. OTHERS McPherson - 12 0 Hlllsboro - 9 o Ell-Saline 9 2 Hays 9 2 Hemdon 8 5 Canton-Galva 7 5 Qulvira Heights 7 5 Smoky Valley 5 6 This Week's Games Monday-Liberal at Hays. Tuesday -Hlllsboro at Smoky Valley: Friday -Wichita Campus at McPherson; Canton-Galva al Little River; Ell- Saline at Inman; Hlllsboro at Marion. RADIO • TU Tuesday, January 23 Television BASKETBALL , 6 p.m. - Rutgers at West Virginia ESPN2, cable 39;> ' 6:30 p.m. - Michigan at Indiana ESPN, cable 38 7 p.m. - Chicago at New York (NBA) TNT, cable 41 : 8 p.m. - Massachusetts at Pittsburgh ESPN2, cable 39 , 8:30 p.m. - Arkansas at Alabama ESPN, cable 38 • BOXING 9" p.m. - Vuyanl Bungu vs. John Lewis U......U8A, cable 40, , TENNIS Noon - Australian Open ESPN, cable 38 10 p.rn. - Australian Open ESPN2, cable 39 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 5:50 p.m. - Fastbreak KSAL, 1150-AM 6:15 p.m. - Sallna South at Chapman KSAL, 1150-AM '' 10:30 p.m. - Scoreboard Show KSAL, 1150-AM , GENERAL 5:30 p.m. - KSAL Sports Talk Show .' KSAL, 1150-AM SPORTS DIGEST Baseball _, • NEW YORK — The St. Louis Cardinals, faced with a surplus of outfielders, traded Bernard Gilkey to the New York Mets on Monday for three minor leaguers. Gilkey, who hit. 298 last year, be- k> came expendable when the Cardinals acquired Ron Gant. The Mets, meanwhile, need an experi- ^ enced outfielder to hold them over until their youngsters develop. The Cardinals received pitch- 1 ers Eric Ludwick and Erik Hiljus and outfielder • Yudith Ozorio, none having played above Class AA. • CHICAGO — The Chicago White Sox, looking • to add more power and protection in their lineup •. for Frank Thomas, acquired outfielder Danny Tartabull on Monday from the Oakland Athletics, • for two minor leaguers. Chicago sent left-handed , pitcher Andrew Lorraine and outfielder Charles Poe to Oakland. • NEW YORK — Four players avoided salary arbitration Monday by agreeing to contracts, in- •••• eluding St. Louis center fielder Ray Lankford, who received a $12.5 million, three-year deal. Also settling were Philadelphia's Mickey Morandini, ( who will get 1.75 million next season; Houston's J Sean Berry, who agreed at $995,000; and Colorado's Andres Galarraga. Terms of Galarraga's contract were not disclosed. 5 Basketball • PITTSBURGH — Marcus Camby, eight days at; ter his frightening collapse, practiced with No. J, Massachusetts on Monday and will decide at the last minute whether he is ready to play tonight. "He can play," coach John Calipari said. "It's just a matter of whether he wants to play and feels com-, fortable playing." ' • MALIBU, Calif. — Former Pepperdine guard .', Marty Wilson, an assistant at the school since 1990, was selected Monday as the Waves' interim . head coach. Wilson, 29; succeeds Tony Fuller, whose sudden resignation Saturday shortly before the Waves faced Santa Clara at Firestone Fieldhouse on campus shocked all concerned. ' Athletic director Wayne Wright said he hopes to , hire a permanent head coach this season. ,'! • Georgia is right back where it started in the ' women's basketball poll. The Lady Bulldogs, on a tear now after a slow start, moved into the No. 2 ; spot in The Associated Press poll on Monday. ; That's the same position they held early in the season before two losses in the first four games sent them tumbling to 12th. Georgia has won 12 -' straight since and even stole a first-place vote from No. 1 Louisiana Tech, which led the poll for the 10th straight week. Tech, however, was beaten 7 77-72 by Tennessee Monday night. Football • SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Bill Walsh could be ' on the verge of returning to the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers called a news conference for ;' Tuesday, and team spokesman Dave Rahn said Walsh, club president Carmen Policy and coach George Seifert aU would be there. Rahn said Mon- y day night he could not confirm reports that Walsh, who led the 49ers to three Super Bowl ti- y ties in 10 years as their coach, would rejoin the '" team in a yet to be defined role. • OVERLAND PARK — Overall attendance at :"- NCAA college football games declined in 1995 but . increased for the largest programs. Attendance was 35.6 million for all 565 NCAA teams, the orga- ; nization announced Monday. That was down about 2 percent from a record 36.5 million in 1994, Only Division I-A, comprising the largest football' programs, showed an increase in attendance. Division I-A drew 25.8 million fans. The Big 10 Conference, led by the University of Michigan with an-' average of 103,767. •..: Track • NEW YORK — Sprint sensation Michael Johnson, the world 200-meter and 400-meter champion '" last year, has been voted winner of the 1996 Jesse •''' Owens International Trophy Award. In balloting announced Monday, Johnson received 84 votes from a worldwide panel of electors, beating two other track and field stars. Haile Gebrselassie of • Ethiopia, who set world records in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters last year, finished second with 71 points, and Britain's Jonathan Edwards, who became the first triple jumper to surpass 60 feet, was"-' third with 68 points. Johnson set the stage for his unprecedented sprint sweep at the World Champi-' onships^at Goteborg, Sweden, last August by win- - ning both events at the USA Championships. 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