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P4 WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL BRIEFLY ELL-SALINE GIRLS Central College issues statement on fight McPHERSON — Central College of McPherson issued a statement Tuesday expressing regret for a fight Saturday involving its men's basketball team and Brown Mackie. "Central College does not approve of or condone the unsports- manlike behavior," athletic director David Ferrell said in a press release issued by the school. "Administrators and coaches from both teams recognize that this incident could have been avoided. The coaches from each institution have expressed their sincere apology to each other," Ferrell said. Ferrell also said "Central College will cooperate with Brown Mackie and (NJCAA) Region 6 authorities." The game was stopped when the fight broke out with 11 seconds left in the game and Central leading 87-81. Central College coach Mike Beard and forward Mark Oliver were given one-game suspensions by Region 6 director Rick Dreiling for their roles in the melee that included numerous fans. Brown Mackie coach Francis Flax and players Damon Tankersley and Brandon Taylor were also suspended for one game. The two coaches and three players served their suspensions Monday night. Slansky returns to FHS as offensive line coach HAYS — T.J. Slansky couldn't stay away. Slansky has been named offensive line coach at Fort Hays State, returning to the school he coached at for two years before leaving a year ago to coach at Idaho University. Slansky was a graduate assistant at Fort Hays State during the 1993 and 1994 seasons. He coached the offensive line and tight ends. Slansky, a native of Stockton, replaces Bruce Cowdrey, who resigned in December to accept a similar position at Indiana State University. Slansky played at Garden City Community College and Nebraska. Catbackers to hold meeting on Thursday The Salina Area Catbackers will hold a meeting at noon Thursday at the KSU-Salina College Center. The guest speaker is Kansas State sports information director Ben Boyle. For reservations, call Daran Neuschafer at 827-5150. CU's Billups, Daniel ticketed for stealing BOULDER, Colo. — University of Colorado basketball players Chauncey Billups and Matt Daniel have been ticketed after they took promotional video rental coupons off books at a campus bookstore, police say. Campus police cited the two players Monday after a store security guard caught them taking five Blockbuster Video coupons, valued at $10 apiece, from texts at the University Memorial Center store. Colorado coach Ricardo Patton said Billups, the team's starting point guard and leading scorer, would not start against Iowa State tonight but would be allowed to play in the game. He suspended Daniel, a backup point guard, for the first half of the game. "Even though it may be small in nature, our rules are there always will be consequences for your actions," Patton told KCNC-TV Tuesday. "I think the incident was innocent in its nature." Billups and Daniel are scheduled to appear in Boulder County Court Feb. 21 to answer the charge. "We were just getting our books for the semester," Billups said Monday. "In one of our books, we saw a gift certificate for Blockbuster. We didn't think it was a big deal at all." Bookstore security guard Michelle Lane called campus police when she saw the two players take the coupons, according to a police report. When they were taken into custody, Billups had four coupons and Daniel had one. Big-class schools stay on top in AP poll TOPEKA — Wichita South's boys and Shawnee Mission Northwest's girls in Class 6A and the McPherson boys and the Miege girls in 5A continue to dominate the Associated Press consensus rankings of Kansas high school basketball teams. All four teams held their No. 1 ratings through weekend tournaments, some of which did not conclude until Monday night. However, there were big shakeups in boys Class 4A and 3A. In 4A, Atchison and Augusta swapped places in the No. 1 and 2 positions, while Hoisington and Marysville moved up to third and fourth. From Staff and Wire Reports Chapman nips Cards in final seconds Late free throws give Irish 50-48 win in Minneapolis tourney By DARAN NEUSCHAFER Tlie Salina Journal MINNEAPOLIS—As is the norm in most close ballgames, free throws often prove to be the difference. And Tuesday night, in a hard- fought and sometimes ragged contest, Chapman nailed a pair of free throws in the final 13 seconds to pull out a 50-48 victory over Ell- Sajine in the first round of the 21st annual Minneapolis Invitational Tournament. The Irish got one free throw each TNFL from Jamie Beemer and Dolly Bathurst, then held their collective breath as Ell-Saline's Marcy Atkinson missed a guarded field goal attempt from the corner at the buzzer. "You could definitely tell that we hadn't played in a while, because we looked awfully disorganized on offense," said Chapman coach Sherri Noel, whose squad improved to 56 on the season, and now faces Hillsboro Friday night in the winners' bracket semifinals. "The way it was going back and forth there, you knew it was going to come down to who made the play or plays at the end. And fortunately we hit enough free throws when we had to." Unfortunately for the Cardinals, the charity stripe wasn't as kind. Ell-Saline, which has struggled in that department most of the season, hit just two of nine free throw attempts in fourth quarter. In fact, the Cardinals missed three opportunities in the final minute. "We didn't play a real smart game. Yeah, we missed some free throws at the end, but I think if we would have played the way that we are capable of, it would not have come down to that," Cardinal coach Dalen Rathbun said. The Cardinals (8-3) took a 38-33 lead into the fourth quarter after blitzing the Irish in the third quarter. Ell-Saline's leading scorer on the season Melinda Griffin, after a quiet two point first half, exploded for 11 points in the third period as the Cardinals overcame a three- point halftime deficit. But three consecutive turnovers to begin the fourth quarter hurt Ell- Saline. Chapman quickly took advantage, going on a 9-0 run of its own. Sophomore Jessie Rock scored six consecutive points as the Irish took a 46-41 lead. "I thought Jessie Rock played an exceptional game," Noel said. "She really took over the game there in the second half for a while. She was really looking to score." After Chapman's run to start the fourth, Ell-Saline got a steal and layup from Erica Jensen which was sandwiched between two buckets by Griffin. Griffin's eight-foot shot in traffic at 1:10 bounced around several times on the rim before falling through to give the Cardi- nals a 47-46 lead. After a free throw by Kristine Isaacson, Ell-Saline led by two with 41 seconds left, but Chapman reverted to its bread and butter play on the night — a lob feed inside where it owned a distinct size ad- vantag. Kami Albers caught the pass in a crowd and scored to tie the score at 48. Then, after the Cardinals' Jessica Walters missed two free throw attempts with :16 remaining, the Irish's Beemer and Bathurst converted for the victory. "Their size really gave us problems early on," said Rathbun, whose team meets Belleville Thursday night. "We just did not do a good job in the first half of defending and executing our offense. Walsh returning to 49ers to help coach No special orders, please. WALSH Seifert welcomes back Hall of Famer, former boss with open arms By The Associated Press SANTA CLARA, Calif. — George Seifert insists it was his idea to bring back Bill Walsh, his former boss. What made it even more appealing was Walsh's willingness to return as an assistant. "When I asked Bill, did he again want to be a head coach and he said, 'No,' I knew I had my man," Seifert said Tuesday. However, a source close to the team said Seifert's hand may have been forced after several offensive stars, including Steve Young and Jerry Rice, complained to team president Carmen Policy that Seifert was tinkering in the offense, including calling plays. They said offensive coordinator Marc Trestman, who had been fired twice for taking on head coaches, declined to intercede. One of Seifert's calls, the source said, was the first offensive play of the 27-17 playoff loss to Green Bay, in which Young passed to Adam Walker, playing with a bro- Super / Lloyd ready for Williams FROM PAGE D1 13V2-point favorites for Sunday's game, in which the Steelers put their 4-0 Super Bowl record on the line against a team going for three NFL titles in four years. "When you go into the game, you have this mindset that this is going to happen," Lloyd said. "You just prepare for it. You don't let it take you out of your ballgame. As a player, you can't control that. It is up to the officials. If the officials decide what he is doing is OK, you have to deal with it. "Everybody considers Dallas to have one of the best offensive lines in the league — then don't let there be any discrepancy about being the best. Don't be the best and have to take cheap shots or use hands to the face or things like that. "Do it in a way that says you want to be America's Team, or do it in a way that says, 'We just physically came off the ball and beat you.' Don't have all that extra stuff that shouldn't be in the game." Williams doesn't have a problem with the extra stuff if it doesn't result in penalties. He uses that as his main defense on the play with Jurkovic. "If a play is illegal, it should be called," he said. "Evidently, this play was legal. If you know anything about football, you'd say that play was legal. "I was late off the ball and I cut him with a legal block. A chop, on the other hand, is when the offensive guard holds the guy up and the tackle comes from the backside and chops the guy. It got so much attention because a guy got hurt." Lloyd says he'll be aware of everything Dallas' blockers attempt. He won't be intimidated, nor will the rest of a defense that ranked second hi the league. "We can take care of ourselves," Lloyd said. "If we have to bite, we'll bite." ken thumb. Walker fumbled and the Packers' Craig Newsome returned it for a touchdown. That wouldn't be a surprise. Last year, Seifert, who was defensive coordinator before succeeding Walsh, acknowledged putting in some defensive schemes. But he said that Ray Rhodes, then the defensive coordinator and now the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, challenged him and he backed off. "Sometimes I act like a mad scientist," Seifert acknowledged at the time. This time, Seifert was looking for was an offensive fix for the 49ers, who lost their first playoff game for the first time in six postseason trips under Seifert. Who better than Walsh, who led the 49ers to their first three Super Bowl titles in the 1980s as their head coach. "They call it the West Coast offense but it's Bill Walsh's offense," Seifert said. 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