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D2 WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Football NFL postseason AH time* CST Wild-card round Buffalo 37, Miami 22 Philadelphia 58, Detroit 37 Sreen Bay 37, Atlanta 20 Indianapolis 35, San Diego 20 Divisional playofU Pittsburgh 40, Buffalo 21 Green Bay 27, San Francisco 17 Dallas 30, Philadelphia 11 Indianapolis 10, Kansas City 7 Conference championship* 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 (or the Super Bowl from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: . Dallas minus 13'A vs. Pittsburgh Hockey NHL standings All tlmea CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T PtlGF GA NY Rangers 29 11 8 66 178 131 Florida 29 12 5 63 184 121 Philadelphia 24 12 10 58 159 115 Washington 21 19 5 47 127 117 Tampa Bay 20 18 7 47 135 151 NewJersey 20 22 4 44 119 116 NY Islanders 12 24 8 32 128 165 Pittsburgh Montreal Boston Buffalo Hartford Ottawa Northeast Division 29 14 3 21 19 19 18 16 23 17 23 8 35 61 225 155 48 140 144 44 155 159 39 129 145 39 118 138 17 100 180 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T PlsGF GA Detroit 32 9 3 67 164 95 Chicago 24 15 9 57 163 133 Toronto 22 17 7 51 145 135 Winnipeg 20 22 4 44 184 166 SI Louis 18 19 8 44 119 124 Dallas 12 23 10 34 122 159 Pacific Division Colorado 25 14 6 58 183 133 Vancouver 16 18 11 43 167 157 Los Angeles 16 21 11 43 160 161 Calgary 16 22 9 41 138 150 Edmonton 17 23 6 40 126 177 Anaheim 18 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 7, Ottawa 3 Pittsburgh 7, Boston 6 Florida 1, Philadelphia 1, tie Colorado 4, NY Islanders 3 Dallas 6, Vancouver 4 Tuesday's results New Jersey 3, Los Angeles 1 Florida 5, Washington 4 Wednesday's games Hartford at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Philadelphia at NY Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. San Jose at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. St. Louis at Winnipeg, 730 p.m. NY Islanders at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. Dallas at Edmonton, 8:30 p.m. Anaheim at Vancouver, 9:30 p.m. Basketball NBA standings AH tlmea CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet QB Orlando 30 10 .750 — New York 24 15 .615 5% Washington 19 20 .487 10% Miami 18 21 .462 11V4 NewJersey 16 23 .410 13% Boston 15 24 .385 14% Philadelphia 7 31 .184 22 Central Division Chicago 35 3 .921 — Indiana 25 14 .841 1014 Atlanta 23 17 .575 13 Cleveland 21 18 .538 14% \ Detroit 19 18 .514 15% Charlotte 18 20 .474 17 Milwaukee 15 23 .395 20 Toronto 12 28 .300 24 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB San Antonio 26 12 .684 — Houston " 27 14 .659 V4 Utah 24 13 .649 1V4 Denver 18 23 .410 10% Dallas 12 25 .324 13% Minnesota 11 27 .289 15 Vancouver 9 30 .231 17 'A Pacific Division Seattle 27 11 .711 — •Sacramento 22 14 .611 4 LA Lakers 21 18 .538 6% Portland 20 19 .513 7% Golden State 17 22 .436 10% Phoenix 15 22 .405 11% LA Clippers 15 24 .385 12% Monday's results Miami 96, San Antonio 69 Atlanta 105, Houston 96 Vancouver 100, Milwaukee 92 Tuesday's results Toronto 86, New Jersey 79 Orlando 105, Philadelphia 90 Atlanta 64, Cleveland 72 Indiana 117, Phoenix 102 Chicago 99, New York 79 Portland at Utah, (n) Dallas at Sacramento, (n) Wednesday's games LA Lakers at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Houston at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Cleveland at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. New York at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Washington at Charlotte, 6:30 p.m. Phoenix at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Vancouver at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Indiana at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m Detroit at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Denver at Seattle, 9p.m. Utah at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores RAPTORS 86, NETS 79 NEW JERSEY (79) Brown 5-91-111,Gllllam 5-15 4-414, Bradley 5-12 4-4 20,0'Bannon 0-2 0-0 0, Chllds 3-9 34 0, Dare 1-10-0 2, Fleming 3-12 3-4 9, Perry 10-0 2, GUI 4-12 3-311, Graham 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 30-7418-20 79. TORONTO (88) Anderson 4-9 0-2 8, Massenburg 4-113-411, Miller 5-9 3-4 13, Robertson 2-3 0-0 4, Stoudamlre 4-18 3-8 11,' Plnckney 4-7 2-2 10, Murray 5-13 2-216, Rogers 3-40-06, Tabak 31-2 7. Totals 34-8014-22 86. New Jersey 24 24 19 12-79 Pronto 28 18 26 18-86 3-Polnt goals—New Jersey 1-7 (Chllds 1-4, Bradley 0-1, Gill 0-2), Toronto 4-12 (Murray 4-6. Anderson 0-1, Robertson 0-1, Stoudamlre 0-4). : ouled out—Brown. Rebounds—New Jersey j3 (Qilllam 10), Toronto 47 (Massenburg 8). As- ists—New Jersey 16 (Brown 5), Toronto 25 Stoudamlre 11). Total fouls—New Jersey 22, "oronto 20. Technicals—Bradley, Miller, Torono Illegal defense 5. A—20,915 (22,911). MAGIC 105, SIXERS 90 PHILADELPHIA (90) Weatherspoon 2-12 12-14 16, Alston 4-9 1-2 9, Thompson 3-6 0-0 6, Stackhouse 4-172-312, Ruffln 8-18 34 23, Maxwell 7-14 3-319, Hlgglns 2-4 00 5, Button 0-10-0 0, Dumas 0-10-0 0. Totals 30-84 21-26 90. ORLANDO (105) Scott 7-14 04 19, Wolf 3-6 0-0 6, O'Neal 9-13 2-6 20, Haradway 6-12 4-416, Anderson 7-150017, Shaw 3-4 0-0 7, Turner 0-3 0-0 0, Vaughn 2-6 2-4 6, Bowie 5-7 2-2 14, Armstrong 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 42-82 10-16 105. Philadelphia 20 19 28 23— 90 Orlando 24 24 27 30—105 3-Point goals—Philadelphia 9-20 (Ruffin 4-7, Stackhouse 2-6, Maxwell 2-8, Hlgglns 1-1), Orando 11 -28 (Scott 5-10, Anderson 3-9, Bowie 22, Shaw 1-1, Turner 0-1, Armstrong 0-2, Hard- sway 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Philadelphia 54 (Thompson 18), Orlando 51 (O'Neal 10). Assists—Philadelphia 17 (Ruffin 7), Orlando 28 (Hardaway, Shaw 8). Total fouls- 'hlladelphla 18, Orlando 18. A—17,248 17,248). PACERS 117, SUNS 102 PHOENIX (102) Rnley 5-112-2 if Berkley 8-18 3-4 20, Green 1-4 04 2, Person 4-91-210, KJohnson 4-8 91017, Perry 5-81-111, Wood 0-2 0-00, Carr 411 04 8, Tlsdale 7-12 2-2 18, Klelne 2-2 2-2 8. Totals 40-85 20-23 102. INDIANA (117) McKey 2-8 3-4 7, D.Davis 6-14 4-516, A.Davis 6-9 4-1016, Miller 12-16 10-12 40, Jackson 2-5 0-0 5, Ferrell 4-5 04 8, Workman 1-6 04 2, EJohnson 3-81-2 8, Pierce 2-5 3-3 7, Caldwell 2-5 2-4 6, Holberg 1-104 2. Totals 41-80 27-40 117. Phoenix 28 21 26 29—102 ndlana 31 33 31 22—117 3-Polnt goals—Phoenix 2-8 (Barkley 1-1, Person 1-3, Rnley 0-1, Green 0-1, Carr 0-2), Indiana 8-16 (Miller 6-8, E.Johnson 1-1, Jackson 12, McKey 0-1, Ferrell 0-1, Workman 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Phoenix 44 (Barkley 15), Indiana (D.Davis 11). Assists—Phoenix 20 K.Johnson, Perry, Carr 5), Indiana 23 (Jackson 9). Total fouls—Phoenix 25, Indiana 24. Techni- cals—Phoenix coach Rbslmmons, Miller. Flagrant fouls-Green. A—18,509 (18,530). HAWKS 84, CAVS 72 ATLANTA (84) Augmon 4-105-513, Long 3-64-510, Andrew Lang 2-40-04, Smith 9-161-120, Blaylock7-13 5-5 23, Webb 0-2 04 0, Ehlo 5-7 04 11, Henderson 1-31-23, Bullard 0-2 04 0. Totals 31 -63 6-1684. CLEVELAND (72) Mills 1-12 2-2 4, Ferry 7-14 2-2 17, Cage 4-8 0-1 8, Phills 4-132-211, Brandon 7-23 3-3 17, Sura 2-4 04 4, Ma|erto 1-7 04 2, Antonio Lang 3-5 3-5 9. Totals 29-8412-15 72. Atlanta 23 12 24 25-84 Cleveland 21 23 17 11—72 3-Point goals—Atlanta 6-18 (Blaylock 4-9, Ehlo 1-3, Smith 1-4, Long 0-1, Bullard 0-1), Cleveland 2-19 (Ferry 1-4, Phills 1-5, Mills 0-1, Valerie 0-4, Brandon 0-5). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 41 (Long 10), Cleveland 51 (Cage 16). Assists—Atlanta 21 (Blaylock 10), Cleveland 22 (Brandon 11). Total fouls—Atlanta 19, Cleveland 18. Technical—Atlanta Illegal defense, Cleveland Illegal defense 2. A—16,503 (20,562). BULLS 99, KNICKS 79 CHICAGO (99) Pippen 7-16 5-6 19, Rodman 2-31-2 5, Long- toy 7-11 04 14, Jordan 13-23 4-5 33, R.Harper 4-90411, Kerr2-6046, KukocO-51-21, Caf- ey 1-5 2-2 4, Wennington 1-3 04 2, Buechler 03 0-0 0, Brown 1 -2 04 2, Slmpklns 0-2 2-2 2. Totals 38-88 15-1999. NEW YORK (79) Mason 3-81-2 7, Oakley 2-3 2-3 6, Ewfng 5-17 04 10, Starts 6-9 2-2 15, O.Haraer 0-8 2-2 2, Grant 2-3 0-0 5, Davis 4-7 2-411, Smith 2-2 2-2 6, Christie 1-2 04 2, M.WIIIIams 2-3 04 4, Ward 4-5 0-0 9, H.Wllllams 1-3 04 2. Totals 32-68111579. Chicago 28 20 28 23—99 New York 20 19 17 23—79 3-Polnt goals—Chicago 8-23 (Jordan 3-4, R.Harper 3 : 7, Kerr 2-5, Buechler 0-1, Pippen 03, Kukoc 0-3), New York 4-15 (Grant 1-1, Ward 1-2, Starks 1-3, Davis 1-4, Christie 0-1, H.Williams 0-1, D.Harper 0-3). Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Chicago 51 (Rodman 13), New York 43 (Ewlng 9). Assists—Chicago 23 (Pippen 6), New York 21 (Ewing 5). Total louls—Chicago 17, New York 21. Technicals- Rodman, Ewlng. A—19,763(19,763). NCAA II poll MEN OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — The top 20 teams In the NCAA Division II men's basketball poll, through Jan. 22, with first-place votes In parentheses, total points and previous ranking: Record Put Pvs 1. Virginia Union (8) 2. Fort Hayi State 3. St. Rose, N.Y. 4. Southern Indiana 5. Grand Canyon, Ariz. 6. Fairmont State, W.Va. 7. Clark Atlanta, Ga. 8. Valdosla St. 9. Queens, N.C. 10. Alabama A&M 11.St.Anselm, N.H. 12. Indiana, Pa. 13. Texas A&M-Klngsvllle 14. Cal State Bakersfield 15. Nebraska-Kearney 18. Northern Kentucky 17. Central Missouri Stale 18. Franklin Pierce, N.H. 19. North Carolina Central 20. South Dakota State 13- 0 16- 0 15- 1 13- 2 16- 1 13- 1 13- 0 12-2 14- 1 11- 2 13-2 13-3 14-3 14- 2 16- 3 13- 3 14- 2 14- 2 11- 1 14- 2 160 152 144 133 126 122 113 104 95 84 83 65 62 60 50 44 27 18 17 Juco polls MEN COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — The top Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24 BASKETBALL Oklahoma State at Kansas Slate, 7 p.m. McPherson at Bethany, 8-8 p.m. SWIMMING Newton at Sallna South, 3:30 p.m. Tonights games MCPHERSON MEN AT BETHANY WHEN —8p.m. WHERE — Hahn Gymnasium, LJndsborg. RECORDS — Bethany 2-15 overall, 0-7 KCAC; McPherson 9-7,5-2. MCPHERSON WOMEN AT BETHANY WHEN —6p.m. WHERE — Hahn Gymnasium, Lindsborg. RECORDS — Bethany 13-2 overall, 5-2 KCAC; McPherson 2-13,0-7. HESSTON MEN AT BROWN MACKIE WHEN —7:30 p.m. WHERE — Bicentennial Center, Sallna. RECORDS — Brown Mackle 10-12, Hes- ston5-11. HESSTON WOMEN AT BROWN MACKIE WHEN —5:30 p.m. WHERE— Bicentennial Center, Sallna. RECORDS - Brown Mackle 11-10, Hes- slon 5-13. BETHEL MEN AT KANSAS WESLEYAN WHEN —8 p.m WHERE — Mulr Gymnasium, Sallna. RECORDS — Kansas Wesleyan 5-11 overall, 3-4 KCAC; Bethel 6-10,3-4. BETHEL WOMEN AT KANSAS WESLEYAN WHEN —6p.m. WHERE—Mulr Gymnasium, Sallna. RECORDS—Kansas Wesleyan 7-B overall, 2-5 KCAC; Bethel 5-12,2-5. ' SALINA SOUTH GIRLS VS. ELLSWORTH WHEN-4:30 p.m. WHAT - Southeast ol Saline Invitational. WHERE - Southeast of Saline High School, Qypsum. RECORDS - Sallna South 7-3, Ellsworth 3-7. CONCORDIA GIRLS VS. SOUTHEAST OF SALINE WHEN-6 p.m. WHAT- Southeast ol Saline Invitational. WHERE - Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum. RECORDS - Concordia 2-8, Southeast of Saline 5-5. 20 teams In the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I men's basketball poll with first place votes In parentheses, records through Jan. 23 and total points: Record Pt> 1. Wabash Valley, III. (10) 17-0-0 118 2. Hutchlrnon (3) 18-1-0 90 3. Tallahassee, Fla (2) 20-1-0 84 4. Western Nebraska (1) 18-2-0 83 5. Independence 16-2-0 72 6. Indian Hills, Iowa . 20-1-0 61 7. Utah Valley . 16-2-0 56 8. Allegany, Md. 17-2-0'54 9. Santa Fe, Fla. 20-0-0 50 10. Middle Georgia 15-2-0 41 11. South Plains, Texas 15-30 32 12. Connors State, Okla. 13-34 31 13. NW Mississippi 15-2-0 28 14. Mineral Area, Mo. 19-2-0 25 15. Southeastern, Iowa 16-1-0 23 16. Spartanburg Methodist, S.C. 14-30 20 17. Southern Idaho 16-34 17 18. Faulkner, Ala. 14-34 15 19. Mesa, AHr. 16-4-0 12 20. Vlncennes, Ind. 13-5-0 11 WOMEN COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - The top 20 teams In the National Junior College Athletic Association women's basketball poll with first place votes In parentheses, records through Jan. 23 and total points: Record Ptt LGrayson County, Texas (5) 17-04 125 2. Connors State, Okie. 15-1-0120 3. Loulsburg, N.C. 14-1-0115 4.Westark,Anz. 14-14109 5. John A. Logan, III. 164-0106 6. Howard, Texas 18-1-0 98 7. Pensacola, Fla. 19-2-0 97 8. Yavapal, Ariz. 20-14 92 9. Independence 17-1-0 88 10. Trinity Valley, Texas 18-44 78 11. Midland, Texas 17-24 74 12. Central Florida 18-34 65 13. Okaloosa-Walton, Fla. 16-24 63 14. NE Oklahoma 15-34 58 15. Vincennes, Ind. 15-24 50 16. Belleville Area, III. 14-14 49 17. Western Nebraska 11-24 45 18. South Plains, Texas 14-44 44 19. Utah Valley 13-34 32 20. Three Rivers, Mo. 16-24 27 Big Eight standings MEN Conference AIIGamei W L 15 1 Kansas State 31 12 4 Nebraska 21 14 4 owa State 21 13 4 Missouri 21 12 5 Oklahoma 23 10 7 Oklahoma State 03 10 5 Colorado 04 5 10 Trill Week'a Schedule Sunday- Iowa State 73, Missouri 62. Monday - Kansas 72, Oklahoma 66. Wednesday - Missouri at Nebraska, 8 p.m.; Oklahoma Stale at Kansas Slate, 7:05 p.m.; Iowa State at Colorado, 6 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 3 0 W L 4 1 4 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 3 5 W 17 11 13 13 11 11 10 13 Colorado Kansas Oklahoma State Nebraska Kansas State Missouri Oklahoma Iowa Stale This Week's Schedule Sunday - Kansas 85, Oklahoma Slate 56; Kansas State 80, Oklahoma 67; Colorado 69, Nebraska 81. Tuesday - Arkansas State 73, Kansas State 64 (ot); Missouri 78, Iowa State 67. Friday - Colorado at Oklahoma Slate, 7 p.m.; Missouri at Oklahoma, 7 p.m. Sunday - Nebraska at Iowa Slate, 2 p.m.; Colorado at Oklahoma, 2 p.m.; Kansas at Kansas State, 2 p.m.; Missouri at Oklahoma State, 1 p.m. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conference\ All Games Tabor Friends McPherson Bethel Ottawa Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern Bethany W 7 0 6 2 5 2 4 3 3 4 3 4 3 4 1 6 0 7 Next week's schedule Monday - Bethel 80, Ottawa 87; Friends 62, 2 15 McPherson 75; Southwestern 86, Bethany 75; Tabot 90, Sterling 64. Wednesday - Southwestern at Sterling; McPherson at Bethany; Bethel at Kansas Wesleyan. Thursday - Ottawa at Tabor. .Saturday - Sterling at McPherson; Bethany at Friends; Kansas Wesleyan at Tabon Southwest- em at Ottawa. WOMEN Conference All Games W L 7 0 Sterling Bethany Ottawa Friends Southwestern Kansas Wesleyan W 18 13 . 10 8 7 5 4 2 Tabor McPherson Next week's schedule Monday - Sterling 83, Tabor 60; Ottawa 81,. Bethel 69; Friends 39, 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 at Friends; Kansas Wesleyan at Tabon Southwest- em at Ottawa. College scores MEN EAST Boston U. 63, Northeastern 59 Connecticut 116, Cent. Connecticut SI. 48 Hotstra 83, Towson SI. 63 lona 67, Manhattan 49 Loyola, Md. 64, St. Peter's 83 Maine 79, Hartford 66 Temple 68, La Salle 48 Vermont 92, New Hampshire 90 West Virginia 86, Rutgers 71 SOUTH Davidson 90, Appalachian St. 68 Miami 72, Notre Dame 64 MIDWEST Bradley 71, Evansvllle 60 Drake 87, S. Illinois 67 Emporia St. 56, SW Baptist 52 Indiana 99, Michigan 83 SOUTHWEST Oral Roberts 105, John Brown 56 Texas Tech 72, Southern Meth. 60 College women ARKANSAS STATE 73 KANSAS STATE 64 (ot) KANSAS STATE (11-9) Jacobson 7-14 3-4 17, Mitchell 3-7 04 6, Larson 0-1 1-2 1, Chamberlain 0-1 0-0 0, Coalson 1-3 04 2, Decker 6-17 5-6 20, Jones 6-12 2-3 14, Hester 1-2 04 2, Johnson 1-20-02, Ragar 0-2 040. Totals 2541 11 -15 64. ARKANSAS STATE (104) Smith 7-12 4-9 18, Featherston 4-16 34 11, Tausan 6-8 7-9 21, Kemp 0-2 04 0, Carter 2-5 04 5, Young 34 04 9, Jones 3-9 34 9. Totals 25-5817-3073. Halftlme score - Arkansas State, 30-26. Regulation score - 57-57. Total fouls - KS 28, AS 13. Fouled out - Chamberlain, Jones. Rebounds - KS 43 (Jones 8), AS 37 (Jones 10). Assists KS 6 (Jacobson 2), AS 9 (Tausan 5). Technical fouls - Arkansas Stale bench. A - 896. Juco men COLBY 92, OTERO, Colo. 81 OTERO (12-6) Brady 2, Davis 22, Lewis 10, Hawkins 9, Brown 9, Nuckles 4, Poole 19, Hunter 6. COLBY (114) Lee 3, Washington 19, Rlemann 1, Bailey 4, McDonald 1, Glldyard 9, Johnson 2, Greene 25, Rasul 26. Halftlme score - 37-37. Juco women COLBY 77, OTERO, Colo. 60 OTERO (8-3) Sanchez 6, Daniels 4, Girlord 9, Lopez 4, Martinez 2, Kegereis 2, Bums 12, Walker 4, Cordova 6, Waters 10. COLBY (11-9) Priselac 12, M.Lopez 15, Raile 2, B.Lopez 23, Mapp 5, WcGaugh 4, Davis 6, Cook 2, Hoss 8. Halftime score - Colby, 49-35. High school The Associated Press Kansas high school consensus rankings: BOYS Class 6A 1. Wichita South, 124.2. Olathe South, 114. 3; SM East, 10-2. 4. Wichita East, 9-2. 5. KC xWyandotte, 8-2. \, Class 5A IkMcPherson, 124. 2. KC Sumner, 12-0. 3. Hays;*2.4. Topeka Highland Park. 10-2.5. Wichita Campus, 10-2. \ Class 4A 1. Augusta.W. 2. Atehlson, 12-1. 3. Hois- Inglon, 12-1.4. Marysvllle, 10-3.5. Circle, 10-2. Claas 3A 1. Wichita Collegiate, 11-1,2.Medldne Lodge, 11-1. 3. Rlverton, 8-1. 4. Immaculate, 124 5. Lakln, 124. Others rated: Belleville, 11-2; Hlllsboro, 9-1. Claaa2A 1. Fron|enac, 9-0. 2. Qulnter, 8-1. 3. Bwllngame, 10-2.4. Sublette, 10-2.5. Pittsburg Colgan, 10-1. Class 1A 1. Sylvan, 134.2. Brewsler, 8-2,3. Hllterest, 12-1.4. Madison, 11-1.5. South Gray, 124. GIRLS Claas 6A 1. SM Northwest, 124.2. Topeka Washbum Rural, 9-1. 3. Wichita Northwest, 94.4. Olathe North, 9-2.5. Topeka West, 9-2. Class SA 1. SM Miege, 134.2. Andover, 104.3. Sallna South, 7-3.4. Maize, 6-1.5. Fort Scon, 7-2. Class 4A 1. Labetle County, 124.2. Sabetha, 11-1.3. Nlckerson, 114. 4. Lamed, 9-1. 5. Santa Fe Trail, 8-1. Clasa 3A 1, Lakln, 124.2. Rlley County, 124.3. Hllls- boro, 6-1. 4. Silver Lake,. 10-1. 5. Minneapolis, 11-0. Claas 2A 1. Garden Plain, 114.2. Moundridge, 94.3. Olpa, 124.4. Oulnlef, 10-0.5. Stockton, 8-1. Claas 1A 1. Little River, 11 -0.2, Claflln, 104.3. Waconv da East, 124.4. Ashland, 11 -0.5. Pretty Prairie, 114. Junior varsity BOYS SALINA CENTRAL 63, ABILENE S3 Abilene 7 19 8 19 - 53 Sallna Central 20 12 15 16 - 63 Abilene - Coleman 6, Bright 8, Hall 8, Wyatt 12, Becker 8, Elliott 2, Gucclone 5, Schalah 6, Wesl3. Sallna Central (6-3) - McKenna 12, Newman 3, Lamone 5, Williams 7, Smith 6, Jest 6, Payne 4, Schwab 4, Davis 6, Rose 10. SALINA SOUTH 56, CHAPMAN 41 Sallna South 10 18 9 19 - 56 Chapman 16 4 6 15 - 41 Sallna South (4-6) - Stein 2, Bittinger 5, Charvat 2, Tomllns 3, Heczko 8, Jahnke 4, Wahlgren 5, Coleman 14, Kuder 8, Davenport 5. Chapman - Deeds 3, Krinhop 4, Rlckley 4, Heller 5, Cook 2, Neddo 8, Jameson 2, Small 7, Nicholson 2, Jones 4. SACRED HEART 55, HERINGTON 50 Sacred Heart 18 12 15 10-55 Herington 9 6 6 29-50 Sacred Heart - LBreault 10, Knlpp 11, Prick- elt 4, Hosklns 5, Mergen 3, Bonllla 2, B.Breault 6,Stottman14, > . Herington - Floyd 6, Lelshman 1, Markowltz 10, Alexander 13, Barlow 9, Donahue 2, Ortiz 9. Sophomores BOYS SALINA CENTRAL 39, ABILENE 31 Abilene 2 S 12 12 - 31 Salina Central 10 6 4 19 - 39 Abilene - Baler 5, Desblen 4, Jacobsen 2, Elliott 2, Duncan 10, Hattenbach 4, West 4. Sallna Central - Wilson 4, Jones 2, Denny 8, Gowln 6, Brunner 4, Lohmeyer 2, Torrey 6, Gordon 6, Huttonl. SAUNA SOUTH 57, CHAPMAN 52 Sallna South 16141315-57 Chapman 4 14 12 22 - 52 Sallna South (8-3) - Burl 2, Stein 15, Adam 4, Stack 7, Coleman 19, Kuder 6, Davenport 4. Chapman - Whaley 9, Albrecht 10, Johnson 8, Sandow 2, Cromwell 2, Mlchelson 6, Stortz 9, Freshman BOYS HERINGTON 50, SACRED HEART 43 Sacred Heart 4 8 13 18-43 Herington . 13 13 6 18-50 Sacred Heart - Newman^, Early 10, Sauber 2, Bowles 16, Suderman 4, Bradbury 6. Herington - Bartow 12, Beavers 16, Ortiz 12, Miller 1, Hetties 3, Herplch 2, Heath 4. Junior high BOYS FORT RILEY 48, SALINA SOUTH 46 Fort Rlley 16 8 12 12 - 46 Sallna South 11 11 11 13 - 46 Fort Rlley- Singleton 11, Murray 12, Diaz 11, Mlddlebrook2,Wright12. Sallna South-Shriver 14, McClaln 9, Engel 5, Moody 8, Billings 6, Blake 2, Dupy 2. B-taam score - Sallna South, 38-27. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 49 •MANHATTAN 38 Roosevelt-Lincoln 9 10 14 16 - 49 Manhattan 14-10 6 8 - 38 Roosevelt-Lincoln - O'Neill 4, Wilson 7, Hancock 13, Bandy 11,0'Hara 10, Alsop 4. Manhattan - Barth 15, Corigelton 1, JaJhomas 9, Wilson 4, Boiler 1, Mann 4, Je.Thornas 4. GIRLS MANHATTAN 23 ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 17 Manhattan 4 8 6 5-23 Roosevelt-Lincoln 2 2 7 6-17 Manhattan - Degenhardt 2, Heame 2, Davis 2, Carpenter 8, Irwln 9. Roosevelt-Lincoln (1-9) - Gritfln 2, Rete 4, Blakely 1, Gariow 4, Brusch 4, Grant 2. B-ieam score - Manhattan, 18-12. SALINA SOUTH 36, FORT RILEY 26 Sallna South . 6 17 5 8 - 36 Fort Rlley 6 4 6 10 - 26 Salina South - Day 12, Jensen 6, Charvat 5, Carl 5, Kee 4, Ruoert 2, Erickson 2. Fort Rlley - Cleveland 9, Rlsby 8, Lacey 4, Epps 3, Ison 2. 8-learn score - Sallna SouBi, 21-10. Wrestling High school CLAY CENTER 55, GREAT BEND 18 103 - Boehnke, GB win by forfeit; 112 - Char- bonrteau, CC win by (ortett; 119 - Shivers, CC win by forfeit; 125 - Rankln, CC pinned Taylor; 130 - Spellman, CC dec. Melro, 8-3; 135 Ohmacht, GB pinned Snyder; 140 - Pflzen- maler, CC dec. Gaunt, 64; 145 - Willman, CC dec, Ramirez, 8-2; 152 - Fllnklnger, CC win by forfeit; 160 - Grater, CC ma), dec. Humburg, 131; 171 -Uby.CC win by forfeit; 189-Cralg,CC pinned Carver; 215 - Cameron, CC pinned Op- penhelmer, 275 - Vanaman, GB pinned Wright. SALINA SOUTH 51, GREAT BEND 27 103 - Bell, SS pinned Boehnke; 112 Maynes, SS win by forfeit; 119 - Gagnon, SS win by forfeit; 125 - Le, SS pinned Taylor; 130 Metro, GB win by forfeit; 135 - Girard, SS dec. Ohmacht, 5-4; 140 - Gaunt, GB pinned Bachman; 145 - Ramirez, GB pinned Lynch; 152 Moses, S3 win by forfeit; 160 - Augustine, SS pinned Humburg; 171 - Pugh, SS win by forfeit; 189 - Allen, SS pinned Carver, 215 - Oppen- hefmer, GB pinned Krfer; 275 - Vanaman, GB dec. Finch, 4-2 (ol). SALINA SOUTH 42, CLAY CENTER 30 103 - Bell, SS win by forfeit; 112 - Maynes, SS pinned Charbonneau; 119 - Gagnon, SS pinned Shivers; 125 - Le, SS dec. Rankln, 5-3; 130 Spellman, CC win by forfeit; 135 - Glrard, SS pinned Snyder, 140 - Ptaenmater, CC pinned Bachman; 145 - Willman, CC pinned Lynch; 152 - Fllnklnger, CC pinned Moses; 160 - Augustine, SS dec. Grater, 6-4; 171 - Pugh, SS pinned Liby; 189 - Allen, SS dec. Craig, 84; 215 Cameron, CC win by forfeit; 275 - Fjnch, SS dec. Wright, 5-3! Tennis Australian Open TUESDAY'S SEEDED RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Tuesday of the $6.34 million Australian Open (ssedlngs In parentheses): MEN Singles Quarterfinals Michael Chang (5), Henderson, Nov., del. Mikael TillsUom, Sweden, 64,6-2,6-4. Jim Courier (6), Miami, leads Andre Agassi (2), 5-4, suspended, lateness. WOMEN . Singles Quarterfinals Monica Seles (f), Sarasofa, Fla., def. Iva Ma- loll (7), Croatia, 6-1,6-2. Chanda Rubin (13), Lafayette, La., def. Aranta Sanchez Wcario (3), Spain, 6-4,2-6,16-14. FEATURED MATCHES SCHEDULE MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - Featured matches Wednesday of the $6.35 million Australian Open: All Times CST Play Starts at 6 p.m. Tuesday Anke Huber (8), Germany, vs. Conchtla Martinez (2), Spain Jim Courier (8), Miami, vs. Andre Agassi (2), Us Vegas, comp. ot susp. match Boris Becker (4), Germany, vs. Yevgeny Kafel- nikov (6), Russia Mark Woodlorde, Australia,, vs. Thomas En- qvlst (7), Sweden WEDNESDAY'S SEEDED RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Wednesday of the $6.35 million Australian Open (seedlngs In parentheses): WOMEN Slnglea Quarterfinal Amanda Coetzer (16), South Africa, def. Martina Hingis, Switzerland, 7-5,4-6,8-1. General Transactions AUTO RACING KODIAK RACING—Announced the resignation ol Waddell Wilson, general manager ot the Larry Hedrick Molorsports Team. . BASEBALL American League . BOSTON RED SOX—Announced the resignation ol Lou Gorman, vice president ot baseball operations. CALIFORNIA ANGELS—Signed Bryan Harvey, pitcher, to a one-year contract and Mark Williamson, pitcher, to a minor-league contract. MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Traded Duane Singleton, outfielder, to the Detroit Tigers for Henry Santos, pitcher, SEATTLE MARINERS—Claimed Aaron Small, pitcher, off waivers from the Florida Marlins and designated him lor assignment. National League ATLANTA BRAVES—Agreed to terms with Tom Thobe and Chris Brock, pitchers, and Marty Malloy, Inlielder, on one-year contracts. Invited Pablo Martinez, Inlielder, to spring training. MONTREAL EXPOS—Signed Mel Rojas, pitcher, DaRond Stovall, outfielder, and Ryan McGuIre, Infielder, to one-year contracts. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Signed Mickey Morandlnl, second baseman, to a one-year contract. 'ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Agreed to terms with Gregg Olson, pitcher, on a minor-league contract. BASKETBALL National Baeketball Association NEW JERSEY NETS-Placed Khalid Reeves, guard, on the Injured list. Activated Rick Mahom, forward, from the Injured list. SACRAMENTO KINGS—Placed Byron Houston, forward, on the injured list. Activated Michael Smith, forward, from the Injured list. FOOTBALL National Football League NE)N ORLEANS SAINTS—Announced the resignation of Frank Warren and Steve Trimble, assistant defensive coaches. ST. LOUIS RAMS-Moved Steve Greatwood from tight ends to offensive line coach,' Nick Allottl from safeties to special teams coach; John Ramsdell from offensive quality control to tight ends coach; and Steve Brown from defensive quality control to comerbacks coach. • SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS-Named Bill Walsh HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Slgned Frank Banham, right wing, to a murUyear contract. BUFFALO SABRES—Recalled John Blue, goaitender, from Rochester of the AHL MONTREAL CANADIENS-Sent Oleg Petrov, forward, to Frederidon of the AHL. ' PHILADELPHIA FLYERS-AcquIred Dan Qulnn, center, from the Ottawa Senators for future considerations. SAN JOSE SHARKS—Claimed Yves Racine, defenseman, off waivers from the Montreal Canadians. TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING—Sent J.C. Bergeron, goallender, to Atlanta ot the IHL TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS—Acquired Kirk Muller, center, from the New York Islanders and Don Beaupre, goaitender, from the Ottawa Senators. Ottawa received Damlan Rhodes, goal- lender, from Toronto and Wade Redden, de- tenseman, liom New York. New York received Martin Straka, center, and Bryan Berard, de- fenseman, from Ottawa and Ken Belanger, left wing, from Toronto. COLLEGE DREW—Named Andrew Declcco assistant coach and offensive coordinator of the lacrosse team. GEORGIA—Named Eric Fears director of strength and conditioning. INDIANA STATE—Named Bruce Cowdrey offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator, and Bill Dudley offensive coordinator. MARYLAND—Suspended Mancel Johnson, wide receiver, from the football team for violating team standards. SALINA SOUTH WRESTLING Cougars post wins over Great Bend, Clay Center Girard records important 5-4 decision over Great Bend's Ohmacht at 135 By LARRY MORITZ The Salina Journal Salina South wrestler Jeremy Girard is getting to a point where he can't afford to save anything for tomorrow. The Cougar senior plans to close out his high school career a month from today at the Kansas state championships, and he's already thinking about setting himself up for an extended postseason run. Girard picked up a pair of victories Tuesday as part of the Cougars' dual meet victories over Great Bend, 51-27 and Clay Center, 42-30 at the South High gym. Clay Center overpowered Great Bend in the early match, 55-18. South improved its dual meet record to 8-2 this season, while Girard recorded an important 5-4 decision over Great Bend's Chad Ohmacht at 135 pounds that could help the Cougar wrestler when regional seedings are set. "I'd never wrestled (Ohmacht) before and that win should set me up good for regionals," Girard said. "There's only four meets left and that's what I've been working for now is regional and state." Girard actually trailed 4-0 early in the second period against Ohmacht before taking charge. He closed the lead to 4-3 before the start of the final period, then got the two-point reversal early in the third to give him the lead for good. "I'm in pretty good condition for the second and third periods," Girard said. "That's when you've got to be better than the other kid and that's what we've been working on in the practice room." Girard also came through late in his match with Clay Center's Ryan Snyder. The two were tied at 2-all to start the third period before Girard got the pin with less than a minute remaining in the match. South junior Chris Allen also credited conditioning for his tough 8-6 decision over Clay Center's Heath Craig at 189 pounds. Allen's win put South ahead 39-24 and assured his team of victory in the dual meet with two bouts remaining. "Before the match I was thinking about how I was going to wrestle (Craig) because I saw him at the Beloit meet last week and I knew it would be close," Allen said. "I didn't even look at the team points before the match because I didn't want to get too nervous. "But I think conditioning made the difference. In the second period I heard him breathing hard, and I was gassing too, I know it wasn't strength, because he was stronger than me." Girard and Allen were among eight South wrestlers to win two matches Tuesday. The Cougars also got two wins from junior Vihn Le at 125 pounds, who continued his solid wrestling after a runner-up finish at the Beloit Invitational last weekend. "Last year I didn't do very good but this year I'm placing at good tournaments," Le said. "Coach (Bob).Warkentine is helping me a lot, believing in me and telling me I'm a good wrestler, and now I'm starting to get some confidence." South also had two wins from Junior Bell (103), Bo Maynes (112), Barrett Gagnon (119), Chris Augustine (160) and Kelly Pugh (171). Clay Center's double-winners were Dustin Spellman (130), Brandon Pfwen- maier (140), Lance Willnaan (145), Steve Flickinger (152) and Bronson Cameron (215). RADIO • TV Wednesday, January 24 Television BASKETBALL 8 p.m. - Syracuse at Georgetown ESPN, cable 38 7 p.m. - Phoonlx at Minnesota (NBA) TNT, cable 42 8 p.m. - Missouri at Nebraska Sallna, cable 6 8 p.m. - Virginia at Wake Forest ESPN, cable 3B 9:30 p.m. - Southern California at UCLA Prime, cable 37 QOLF 3 p.m.-Phoenix Open ESPN, cable 38 HOCKEY . 6:30 p.m. - Philadelphia at NY Rangers '. ESPN2, cable 39 TENNIS 10 p.m. - Australia Open ESPN2, cable 39 GENERAL 10 a.m. - Sporlscenter ESPN, cable 38 5:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cabla 38 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight CNN, cable 23 10 p.m. - Sportscenter .' ESPN, cable 38 12:30 p.m. - Sports Latsnlght CNN, cable 23 1:30 a.m. - Sportscentar. ESPN, cable 38 Radio BASKETBALL 8:30 p.m. - Tom Asbury Show KSAL, 1150-AM 7 p.m. - Okalhoma State at Kansas Stale KSAL, 1150-AM GENERAL 6:30 p.m. -KSAL Sports Talk Show.,.,. « KSAL, 1150-AM SPORTS DIGEST Auto pacing • INDIANAPOLIS — Some traditional major corporate sponsors of the Indianapolis 500 are following their racing teams to the competing U.S. 500, but hotels and race officials say the impact may be hard to measure. Companies such as Honda Motor Co., Toyota Motor Corp., Miller Brewing Co. and the Mercedes Benz unit of Germany's Daimler Benz have traditionally used the Indy 500 to court customers or stage other corporate activities. But those companies also have extensive ties to Championship Auto Racing Teams Inc., which is holding.the competing race in Brooklyn, Mich., on the same day, May 26, in a dispute with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Baseball • ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Cardinals added a possible bargain basement closer Tuesday, signing Gregg Olson to a $600,000 minor-league contract. Olson, 28, saved 160 games from 1989-93, but missed most of the last two seasons with a partially torn tendon in his right elbow. Last year he played for Cleveland and Kansas City and was 3-3 with three saves, and was 13-for-13 in saves with Cleveland's Triple-A affiliate in Buffalo. • SEATTLE — Two architectural firms from Kansas City, Mo., and one from Seattle have been chosen as finalists to design a new stadium for the Seattle Mariners. Ellerbe Becket and HOK Sport, both of Kansas City, and NBBJ of Seattle were selected Monday by the Washington State Major League Baseball Stadium Public Facilities District. A committee of the board is expected to. choose one of the three after interviews Friday, with the choice ratified Monday by the full board. Basketball • INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis will be the final stop on the road to Atlanta for the U.S. men's and women's Olympic basketball teams. Officials from the co-sponsoring Indiana Sports Corporation Corp. and Indiana Pacers said Tuesday that the teams will play exhibitions in Indianapolis July 13 and 14. The men's Dream Team III, which includes the Pacers' Reggie Miller and 1991 Indiana Mr. Basketball Glenn Robinson, who now plays for the Milwaukee Bucks, will meet the Olympic team from Greece in the RCA Dome July 14. NBC will telecast the game live nationally. . • NEW YORK — Michael Jordan, who averaged 38,0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2-1/2 assists per game in leading the Chicago Bulls to four consecutive victories, was chosen the NBA Player of the Week on Tuesday. Jordan also shot .529 (55-for- 104) from the floor and .462 (12-of-26) from 3-point range as the Bulls defeated the Washington Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers, Toronto Raptors and Detroit Pistons last week. • EL PASO, Texas — Texas-El Paso's Don Haskins, one of college basketball's winningest coaches, underwent triple-bypass surgery Tuesday and is expected to fully recover. His season, however, is probably over. Haskins, 65, was doing well after the two-hour operation at Providence Memorial Hospital to repair three blocked arteries, UTEP athletic director John Thompson said. Football • ATLANTA — Defensive end Chris Doleman became the fourth Atlanta Falcons player on the NFC Pro Bowl roster Tuesday when Mike Holmgren of the Green Bay Packers chosen him as his "need player." The extra player is selected from the first alternates from the voting in December. Holmgren will coach the NFC squad. • TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State's football program received good news from the NCAA Tuesday, just two weeks before high school players can sign national commitments for college scholarships. The NCAA found no major violations or lack of institutional control after a yearlong investigation into a 1993 incident where several Seminole football players accepted free merchandise from a local sporting goods store. Olympics • ATLANTA — Let the dialing begin. Olympic tickets go back on sale Feb. 10 by telephone only. A Visa credit card is required for payment. There will be newly available seats for volleyball and modern pentathlon, sports that had sold out during mail-order sales last year. Atlanta organizers said Tuesday that two volleyball sessions have been added to the schedule. 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