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DB SUNDAY. JANUARY 28, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Hockey NHL standings Altthm»C8T EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts OF QA NY Rangers 30 11 9 69 187 138 Florida 30 13 5 65 172 130 Philadelphia 24 13 11 59 167 126 Washington 22 20 5 49 129 120 New Jersey 21 22 5 47 126 121 Tampa Bay 20 20 7 47 139 157 NY Islanders 12 26 8 32 130 173 Pittsburgh Montreal Boston Hartford Buffalo Ottawa Northeast Division 31 14 23 19 20 19 18 24 19 25 8 37 65 236 162 52 150 147 46 162 167 42 132 148 41 136 154 18 107 190 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Ptt GF QA Detroit 34 9 4 72 177 104 Chicago 25 15 11 61 172 141 Toronto 22 17 9 53 149 139 St. Louis 20 19 8 48 127 130 Winnipeg 20 24 4 44 170 178 Dallas 14 23 10 38 131 164 Pacific Division Colorado 26 14 9 61 189 136 Los Angeles 172211 45167173 Vancouver 16 19 12 44 170 161 Calgary 17 23 9 43 144 155 Edmonton 18 24 6 42 133 183 Anaheim 17 27 5 39 139 166 San Jose 10 35 4 24 145 221 Friday's results Washington 1, Buffalo 0 Edmonton 4, N.Y. Islanders 1 Dallas 4, Calgary 2 Saturday's results Montreal 4, Winnipeg 1 NY Rangers 5, Boston 3 Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 4 Detroit 5, Chicago 5, He St. Louis 2, Tampa Bay 1 Colorado 4, San Jose 3, OT Los Angeles 5, Anaheim 4 New Jersey 4, Hartford 4, tie Toronto 2, Ottawa 2, tie Florida 6, Buffalo 3 NY Islanders at Vancouver, (n) Sunday's games Philadelphia at Washington, 11 a.m. Boston at Montreal, 2 p.m. Basketball NBA standings All times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Orlando New York Washington Miami New Jersey Boston Philadelphia Chicago Indiana Atlanta Cleveland Detroit Charlotte Milwaukee Toronto W 30 26 21 19 17 15 7 Pet .714 .634 .500 .452 .405 .366 .170 Central Division 37 3 .925 28 14 .666 24 17 .585 22 21 20 15 12 17 19 19 21 25 30 .537 .525 .488 .375 .286 GB 3% 9 11 13 14V4 22'A 10 13% 15 % 16 17'A 22 26 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB 13 San Antonio 27 13 .675 — Houston Utah Denver Dallas Minnesota Vancouver Seattle Sacramento LA Lakers Portland Phoenix Golden State LA Clippers 29 15 .659 27 14 .659 17 25 .405 13 27 .325 11 29 .275 10 32 .238 Pacific Division 29 11 .725 22 16 .579 24 18 .571 21 21 .500 17 22 .436 18 24 .429 16 24 .400 11VS 12 13 Friday's results Indiana 107, Boston 90 New Jersey 115, Charlotte 107 Atlanta 96, Orlando 84 LA Lakers 100, Philadelphia 68 Chicago 102, Miami 80 Phoenix 107, Milwaukee 97 San Antonio 87, Portland 83 Seattle 94, Utah 93 Golden State 124, Sacramento 118 Saturday's results New York 104, Minnesota 95 LA Lakers 100, New Jersey 98 Washington 102, Vancouver 77 Charlotte 110, Philadelphia 105 Miami 102, Cleveland 85 Indiana 102, Orlando 79 Houston 105, Detroit 85 Portland 112, Dallas 103 Denver 92, Toronto 83 Utah 108, Golden State 91 Seattle at LA Clippers at Anaheim, Calif., (n) Sunday's game Phoenix at Chicago, noon. NBA boxscores BULLETS 102, GRIZZLIES 77 VANCOUVER (77) King 3-6 2-3 9, Avent 6-10 0-2 12, Reeves 6111-213, B.Edwards 4-12 0-0 9, Anthony 3-14 4-5 10, Scott 2-7 1-2 6, D.Edwards 0-5 0-0 0, Murdock 1-90-02, Mobley 3-6 0-1 6, Moten 2-5 1-2 8, Manning 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 32-87 9-17 77. WASHINGTON (102) Howard 11-17 2-2 24, Wallace 6-12 0-0 12, Muresan 11-12 0-0 22, Cheaney 10-18 0-0 23, B.Price 3-9 0-0 7, Mcllvaine 0-1 2-2 2, Eackles 0-20-00, Legler 3-6 0-0 9, Butler 0-31-21, McCann 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 45-82 5-6 102. Vancouver 23 22 18 14— 77 Washington 27 22 32 21—102 3-Polnt goals—Vancouver 4-12 (B.Edvrards 11, Moten 1-1, King 1-2, Scott 1-3, Murdock 0-1, ,,r,thony 0-4), Washington 7-16 (Legler 3-4, Cheaney 3-5, B.Price 1-2, Howard 0-1, Eackles 0-1, Butler 0-1, Wallace 0-2). Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Vancouver 50 (D.Edwards 7), Washington 51 (Howard 12). Assists—Vancouver 17 (Anthony 8), Washington 25 (B.Price 13).Total louls—Vancouver 12, Washington 18. A—18,756 (18,756). HORNETS 110, SIXERS 105 PHILADELPHIA (105) Weatherspoon 6-11 6-6 18, Stackhouse 5-13 5-1117, Alston 5-91-211, Maxwell 5-141-4 12, Ruftin 6-126-621, Button 3-7 2-210, Hlggins 612 0-016, Thompson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 36-79 2131 105. CHARLOTTE (110) Johnson 4-8 4-10 12, Curry 10-17 0-0 24, Geiger 6-101-113, Rice 6-17 7-9 21, Anderson 5-13 12-14 22, Hancock 2-3 2-4 6, Addison 3-5 0-0 6, Goldnire 1-4 2-2 4, Zidek 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 38-80 28-40 110. Philadelphia 30 24 19 32—105 Charlotte 37 22 20 31—110 3-Polnt goals—Philadelphia 12-31 (Hlggins 48, Rutfin 3-6, Stackhouse 2-4, Sutton 2-5, • Maxwell 1-8), Charlotte 6-16 (Curry 4-9, Rice 25, Anderson 0-1, Goldwire 0-1). Fouled out— Higgins, Curry. Rebounds—Philadelphia 47 (Weatherspoon 13), Charlotte 60 (Geiger 21). Assists—Philadelphia 23 (Maxwell 11), Charlotte 27 (Anderson 14). Total fouls—Philadelphia 28, Charlotte 23. Technicals—Maxwell, Rice, Charlotte illegal defense 4. A—24,042 (23,698). LAKERS 100, NETS 98 LA LAKERS (100) Ceballos 14-25 1-2 29, Campbell 7-10 6-6 20, Dlvac 7-18 2-2 16, Jones 6-9 0-0 13, Van Etel 4-11 4-712, Strong 1-10-02, Peeler 3-8 00 8, Lynch 0-3 0-0 0, Threat! 0-1 00 0. Totals 42-86 13-17100. NEW JERSEY (98) Brown 6-10 2-2 14, Gilllam 6-20 4-6 16, Bradley 9-211-119, Gill 3-14 0-613, Fleming 372-38, Williams 7-150-214, Graham 3-3 2-2 8, Mahom 0-1 00 0, Perry 2-4 00 4, Dare 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 40-96 17-22 98. LA Lakers 31182724-100 N*w Jersey 22 16 28 32- 98 3-Polnt goals—Los Angeles 3-9 (Peeler 2-5, Jones 1-3, Van Exel 0-1), New Jersey 1-2 (Gill 1-1, Fleming 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Los Angeles 46 (Campbell 13), New Jersey 63 (Gilllam 12). Assists—Los Angeles 29 (Van Exel 13), New Jersey 24 (Fleming 7). Total fouls—Los Angeles 25, New Jersey 18. Techni- cals—New Jersey illegal defense. A—20,049 (20,029). HEAT 102, CAVS 85 MIAMI (102) Owens B-101-117, Asklns 3-7 OO 7, Mourn- ing 8-11 7-9 23, Chapman 11-21 0-0 29, Coles 6-11 2-214, Gamble 3-7 04 6, Willis 1-2 04 2, Thomas 2-6 04 4. Totals 42-7610-12102. CLEVELAND (85) Mills 6-12 4-418, Ferry 2-81-16, Cage 2-2 00 4, Phllls 7-13 0416, Brandon 3-115-611, Ma- lerle 4-8 3-414, Sura 4-91-210, Hill 2-41-45, Crotty 0-31-21, Miner 0-104 0, Marshall 0-2 00 0, Lang 0-01-21. Totals 30-7317-25 85. Miami 24 23 27 28—102 Cleveland 19 18 23 25— 85 3-Polnt goals—Miami 8-18 (Chapman 7-13, Asklns 1-4, Gamble 0-1), Cleveland 8-17 (Ma- Jerle 3-6, Mills 2-2, Phllls 2-3, Sura 1-2, Crotty 02, Brandon 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Miami 49 (Mourning 14), Cleveland 37 (Mills 6). Assists—Miami 33 (Asklns, Coles 7), Cleveland 24 (Brandon 8). Total fouls—Miami 20, Cleveland 16. Technical-Miami Illegal defense. A—20,562 (20,562). PACERS 102, MAQIC 79 ORLANDO (79) Scott 3-8 0-0 7, Wolf 0-3 0-0 0, O'Neal 9-19 59 23, Anderson 2-8 1-2 5, Hardaway 7-16 6-7 21, Turner 1-3 04 3, Vaughn 0-4 0-2 0, Shaw 171-14, Bowie 4-9 2-211, Royal 1-4 3-3 5. Totals 28-81 18-26 79. INDIANA "(102) McKey 2-3 6-610, D.Davis 1-51-2 3, Smits 7124-518, Miller 4-10 2-313, Jackson 2-2 0-0 5. A.Davis 3-7 3-5 9, Workman 2-41-3 5, Best 1-5 4-4 6, Pierce 7-12 3-4 18, Johnson 3-9 1-2 7, Ferrell 1-1 04 2, Caldwell 2-2 2-4 6. Totals 3572 27-38 102. Orlando 16 23 19 21— 79 Indians 32 31 16 23—102 3-Polnt goals—Orlando 5-22 (Bowie 1-2, Turner 1-3, Shaw 1-4, Scott 1-5, Hardaway 1-5, Anderson 0-3), Indiana 5-14 (Miller 3-7, Jackson 1-1, Pierce 1-3, Workman 0-1, Best 0-1, Johnson 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Orlando 54 (O'Neal 13), Indiana 55 (D.Davis, A.Davis 8). Assists—Orlando 17 (Scott, Shaw 4), Indiana 23 (Miller, Workman 4). Total fouls—Orlando 24. Indiana 24. Technicals—O'Neal 2, Orlando coach Hill, A.Davis, Indiana coach Brown. Election—O'Neal. A—16,746 (16,530). Women's scores EAST Brown 56, Yale 42 Connecticut 91, Pittsburgh 52 Coppln St. 60, Morgan St. 48 Cornell 68, Columbia 43 Holy Cross 67, Lehlgh 50 Howard U. 59, Md.-E. Shore 40 lona 69, Canisius 68 LaSalle71,Dayton66 Long Island U. 86, Robert Morris 74 Massachusetts 79, St. Bonaventure 65 Monmouth, N.J. 73, Wagner 60 Mount St. Mary's, Md. 69, Marls) 57 Northeastern 71, Drexel 59 Rider 65, Falrleigh Dickinson 46 St. Francis, Pa. 67, St. Francis, NY 48 St. Peter's 77, Siena 68 Temple 61, Fordham 54 Villanova 54, Seton Hall 51 SOUTH Appalachian SI. 97, Georgia Southern 60 Arkansas St. 76, South Alabama 62 Auburn 71, LSU 65 Austin Peay 65, Murray St. 63 Campbell 70, Coll. of Charleston 54 Coastal Carolina 78, Md.-Baltimore County 48 Davidson 75, E. Tennessee St. 70 Delaware St. 60, Hampton U. 44 Duke 61, Florida St. 47 Ra. International 63, Stetson 62 Florida MM 69, S. Carolina St. 66 Furman 70, Marshall 62 Georgia St. 85, Jacksonville St. 84, OT Grambllng St. 87, Miss. Valley SI. 60 Louisiana Tech 89, W. Kentucky 49 Middle Tenn. 96, Tenn.-Martln 78 N. Carolina A&T 45, Bethune-Cookman 37 N. Carolina SI. 76, Maryland 53 N.C.-Greensboro 75, Charleston Southern 73 New Orleans 65, SW Louisiana 56 Notre Dame 67, Miami 50 Radlord 86, N.C.-Ashevllle 61 SE Louisiana 59, Mercer 57 Tennessee St. 67, E. Kentucky 62 Tennessee Tech 75, Morehead St. 66 W. Carolina 75, Tn.-Chattanooga 57 Winthrop 62, Liberty 61 Wofford 64, Navy 58 MIDWEST Adrian 74, Albion 66 Aquinas 58, Cornerstone 42 Ashland 61, Grand Valley St. 56 Augustana.S.D. 96, SI. Cloud SI. 88 Aurora 84, Rockford 44 Baldwin-Wallace 80, Capital 64 Bellarmine 72, Quincy 63 Beloit 77, Knox 64 Bemidji St. 72, Northern SI.,S.D. 56 Bethany, Kan. 94, Friends 90 (2ot) Bluftton 77, Wilmington, Ohio 64 Bowling Green 86, Akron 66 Bradley 75, N. Iowa 63 Briar Cliff 93, Northwestern, Iowa 71 Calvin 56, Alma 54 Cardinal Slritch 46, Lakeland 46 Carthage 63, AugustanaJII. 53 Cedarville 90, Mount Vemon Nazarene 68 Chadron St. 67, Colorado Mines 56 Cleveland St. 80, Wright St. 67 Coe 82, Carroll, Wis. 43 Doane 86, Dana 67 Drake 82, Wichita St. 73 E. Illinois 60, W. Illinois 54 Earlham 69, Denison 53 Evangel 73, William Jewell 49 Rndlay 80, Rio Grande 59 Heidelberg 57, Marietta 46 Hillsdale 73, Northwd, Mich. 59 Hope 68, St. Mary's, Mich. 56 Indiana Wesleyan 68, St. Francis, Ind. 65 Indianapolis 76, Wis.-Parkside 73 Judson 67, III. Benedictine 56 Kalamazoo 71, Olivet 61 Kent 88, E. Michigan 66 Kenyon 62, Allegheny 55 Lake Superior St. 91, Madonna 60 Lawrence 75, Cornell, Iowa 26 Loyola, III. 74, Wis.-Milwaukee 69 Mac Murray 74, Fontbonne 51 Marycrest 81, Mount St. Clare 73 Midland Lutheran 71, Nebraska Weslyn 60 Miliikln 69, Elmhurst 55 Missouri-Rolla 70, Cent. Missouri 59 Mo. Southern 91, NE Missouri 73 Moorhead St. 88, Winona St. 51 Mount Union 67, Muskingum 64 N. Illinois 90, Ill.-Chicago 77 N. Kentucky 66, Lewis 45 Nebraska-Omaha 102, South Dakota 61 Ohio Northern 66, Hiram Col. 54 Ohio U. 94, Cent. Michigan 64 Ohio Weslyn 89, Case Western 57 Otterbein 70, John Carroll 64 Rlpon 79, Grinnell 35 S. Dakota St. 90, Mankato St. 54 S. Dakota Tech 68, Dakota Weslyn 64 S. Indiana 73, Ind.-Pur.-lndpls. 68 SlU-Edwardsville 71, Ky. Wesleyan 61 SW Missouri St. 77, Creighton 63 Saginaw Val. St. 49, Michigan Tech 47 Spring Arbor 70. Siena Heights 66 St. Xavier 63, Purdue-Calumet 55 Sterling 79, McPherson 58 Tabor 87, Kansas Weslyn 69 Tiffin 72, Malone 53 Tri-State 68, Concordla, Mich. 60 W.Michigan 78, Toledo 60 Walsh 76, Ohio Dominican 57 Washbum 88, Pittsburg St. 83 Whealon 66, North Central 39 Wis.-LaCrosse 86, Wls.-Stout 67 Wls.-Oshkosh 77, Wls.-Superior 38 Wls.-Stevens Pt. 67, Wls.-Platteville 64 Wittenberg 85, Wooster 75 Youngstown SI. 87, Troy St. 69 SOUTHWEST Lamar 64, Texas-Pan American 55, OT NE Louisiana 70, North Texas 66 Northwestern 90, Texas-Arlington 74 SW Texas St. 78. Texas-San Antonio 59 Sam Houston St. 87, Nicholls St. 68 Southern Meth. 85, Texas Christian 65 Texas Tech 68, Texas 62 FAR WEST Air Force 77, Colo.-Colo. Springs 67 Montana St. 78, Boise St. 72 Pacific 80, Linfield 68 Portland 96, Gonzaga 56 San Diego St. 74, New Mexico 52 San Francisco 59, San Diego 45 Southern Cal 96, UCLA 77 Utah 57, Wyoming 55 Today's schedule SUNDAY, JANUARY 28 BASKETBALL Kansas men at Nebraska, 2 p.m. Kansas women at Kansas State, 2 p.m. FRIENDS (8-11) Holmes 2-51-3 5, Llndley 0-0 2-2 2, Dye 3-11 34 11, Anderson 1-31-2 3, Knoll 3-9 2-2 15, Parker 0-10-0 0, West 5-112-215, Martin 4-9 55 14, Gray 2-6 0-0 4. Totals 20-55 16-20 63. Halftlme score - Friends 32-25.3 point goals B 7 (Sherman 5, Ha|ek 1, Bates 1), F 7 (Weal 3, Dye 2, Knoll 1, Martin 1). Rebounds - B 38 (Dai- ton 10), F 29 (Knoll 8, Martin 8). Assists - B 16 (Magner 3, Bates 3), F13 (West 4). Total fouls B 17, F 18. Fouled out - None. Turnovers - B 16, F 10. TABOR 113, KANSAS WESLEYAN 79 KANSAS WESLEYAN (6-12) Ellis 1-5 0-0 2, Druse 0-2 0-0 0, Ingram 1-2 44 6, Mclnlire 1-3 0-0 2, Qentz 7-17 2-5 18, Pavlovich 2-3 0-2 5, Goodnight 5-9 2-4 16, Broyles 3-4 1-1 7, Coggins 1-1 0-0 2, Dwayne Coleman 5-10 2-3 12, Dwlghl Coleman 2-6 0-1 4, Wledenhafl 2-2 0-0 5. Totals 30-6511-20 79. TABOR (134) Justus 1-5 3-4 5, Qlanzer 3-4 0-0 8, Pyle 9-17 2-2 22, Saucedo 1-2 0-0 2, Gillette 1-6 0-0 3, Wichert 8-14 4-4 20, Garrison 6-11 2-2 18, Flnney 6-7 0-112, T.Jost 2-5 0-0 4, Scott 1-1 22 4, Wertenberger 0-0 202 2, B.Jost 3-3 4-411, Quiring 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 42-79 19-21 113. Halftlme score - T, 54-36.3-polnt goals - KW 8-21 (Goodnight 4, Gentz 2, Pavlovich 1, Wledenhatt 1), T 10-27 (Garrison 4, Glanzer 2, Pyle 2, Gillette 1, BJost 1). Rebounds - KW 28 (Gentz 6), T 46 (Pyle 12). Fouls - KW 16, T19. Fouled out - None. Technical fouls - Flnney (T). Assists - KW 14 (Ellis 6), T 23 (Garrison 6). Turnovers 17, T12. Friday's game FORT HAYS 89, FORT LEWIS 75 FORT HAYS STATE (17-0,94) Simpson 4-13 2-210, Pope 3-12 3-310, Goldston 4-114-812, Creamer 1 -3 0-0 2, G.Eck 9-19 7-9 31, M.Eck 4-5 2-4 11, Tyson 2-3 4-6 9, Kester 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 29-69 22-32 89. FORT LEWIS (3-14,2-7) Steele 5-9 0-0 11, M.Schutz 2-2 2-2 6, S.Schutz 9-18 4-4 22, Montour 2-9 1-2 6, Escalante 2-5 0-1 4, Casel 2-6 0-2 6, Penney 1-2 0-0 3, Berry 0-34-44, Tabor 6-13 0-313. Totals 29-6711-1875. Halftime score - FH, 45-35.3-polnt goals - FH 9-24 (G.Eck 6, Pope 1, M.Eck 1, Tyson 1); FL 617 (Casel 2, Steele 1, Montour 1, Penney 1, Tabor 1). Rebounds - FH 47 (Simpson 18), FL 41 (Steele 8). Fouls - FH 17, FL 22. Fouled out none. Technical fouls - none. Assists - FH 21 (M.Eck 6), FL 18 (Montour 10). College women TABOR 87, KANSAS WESLEYAN 69 KANSAS WESLEYAN (7-10) Deshields 11-23, Hane 1 0-4 3, Sharp 1 0-0 3, Wells 3 2-310, Duranleau 1 2-2 5, Garoutte 4 8-1116, Harbin 106-10 26, Klein 1 0-0 3. Totals . 22 19-32 69. TABOR (5-13) Ratzlaff 3 5-5 13, Grunder 11-24, Zuercher 1 0-0 2, Taber 3 0-0 6, Penner 3 2-3 8, Shadld 1 0-2 2, Morris 6 2-314, Ryel 52-413, Unrau 113 3, Quiring 31-27, Friesen 6 0-212. Totals 34 15-2987. Halftime score - Tabor, 45-24.3 point goals KW 6 (Wells 2, Hane 1, Sharp 1, Durranleau 1, Klein 1), T4 (Hatzlafl 2, Grunder 1, Pyle 1). Rebounds - KW 33 (Harbin B), T 42 (Friesen 11). Assists - KW 6 (Garoutte 2), T 28 (Ratzlafl 7). Total fouls - KW 26, T 25. Fouled out - none. Turnovers - KW 6, T 10. Technical louls - KW bench. STERLING 79, McPHERSON 58 STERLING (184) Pinkston 7, Harms-Dull 2, Russell 9, Gregston 7, Woudstra 20, Carrithers 7, Swenson 8, Pearson 19. Totals 30-69 16-22 79. McPHERSON (2-15) Shoemaker 7, Watkins 17, Splllum 7, Adler 4, Richardson 6, Sharp 2, Thaxton 2, Ross 9, Williams 2, Taylor 2. Totals 22-5110-24 58. Halftime score - Sterling, 39-25. BETHANY 94, FRIENDS 90 (2ot) BETHANY (16-2) Ellert 2-4 0-0 4. Stuart 3-5 0-0 6, Lager 1-1 00 2, Newcomer 4-11 4-4 13, Magnet) 2-3 4-4 8, Rolfs 0-4 2-2 2, Holzwarth 4-81-29, Gregory 58 7-1017, Cox 10-22 13-16 33. Totals 31-66 313694. FRIENDS (10-9) Sommers 1-3 0-0 2, Peterson 1-5 5-6 7, Egan 0-2 0-0 0, Neptune 0-1 0-1 0, Ownbey 5-12 00 10, Brown 11-21 7-8 29, Eitzmann 10-15 8-10 28, Shuster 1 -2 0-0 2, Rlopel 4-7 0-0 8, Staats 1 • 3 2-2 4. Totals 34-71 22-27 90. Halftlme score - Friends, 37-27. Regulation score - 74-74. First overtime score - 84-84. 3 point goals - B 1 (Newcomer 1). Rebounds - B 37 (Cox 8), F 40 (Brown 13). Assists - B 21 (Newcome 9), F 28 (Petersen 15). Total fouls B 22, F 28. Fouled out - Eilert, Gregory. Petersan, Brown, Riopel. Turnovers - B 22, F 22. Juco men College men McPHERSON 91, STERLING 66 STERLING (7-12) Frederick 6, Ontjes 16, Pete 14, Briar 4, Eggers 17, Hudson 2, Thayer 7. McPHERSON (11-7) Roland 4, Owens 11, Schmid 3, Snodgrass 5, Dingman 9, Rice 12, Delay 4, Richardson 27, Walker B, Coleman 2, Wenzel 6. Halfllme score — McPherson, 51-36. FRIENDS 63, BETHANY 61 BETHANY (2-17) Sharkey 0-30-00, Magner 1-31-23, Sherman 6-11 2-2 19, Hajek 1-7 0-0 3, Bates 3-8 2-2 9, Charval 1-1 0-0 2, Shupe 2-5 4-6 8, Anderson 24 1-1 5, Mever 1-3 1-2 3, Datton 4-7 1-4 9. Totals 21-52 12-1961. CLOUD COUNTY 90, HIGHLAND 57 CLOUD COUNTY Smith 3 0-0 7, GerstnerS 4-4 12, Connolly 3 00 7, Keller 2 W 4, Bowens 4 2-2 10, Aquet 10 0-0 24, Johnette 4 0-0 9, Jones 3 0-0 6. Totals 37 7-8 90. HIGHLAND Taylor 2 6-610, Jasper 01 -21, Bailey 2 0-0 4, Wilson 71-217, Masters 0 2-2 2, Hulst 31-27, Dwerikotte 3 1-2 7, R.Martin 01-11, B.Martin 4 0-0 8. Totals 2113-17 57. Halflime score - CC, 49-21. 3-point goals CC 9 (Aquet 4, Gerstner 2, Smith 1, Connolly 1, Johnette 1),H2(Wilson 2). Fouls-CC 16, H12. Fouled out - None. Juco women BROWN MACKIE 55, HASKELL 49 HASKELL Turquoise 4 5-5 16, Emery 1 0-0 2, Leclere 3 0-0 6, Johnson 21-25, Foreman 01-41, Mason 4 0-0 8, Ferguson 5 1-2 11. Totals 168-13 49. BROWN MACKIE (12-11) Hance 2 0-0 4, Mollenkamp 2 0-0 4, Harrison 2 0-0 4, Hines 2 0-0 4, Sandoval 1 0-0 3. Cooper 3 0-2 6. Johnston 2 3-6 7, Mitchell 5 5-7 15, Redding 1 0-0 2. Totals 22 10-20 55. Halftime score - Haskell, 20-19. 3 point goals - H 3 (Turquoise 3), BM 1 (Sandoval 1), Total fouls - H 14, BM 12. Fouled out - none. High school scores BOYS Atwood47, Cheylin44 Axtell 65, Frankfort 54 Belleville 44, Concordla 36 Clay Center 57, Wamego 39 Ellis 62, Hill City 57 Gardner-Edgerton 76, DeSoto 57 Hope 62, Wakefield 47 Minneola 50, Bucklin 44 .Osbome 69, Trego 58 Plainville 68, Victoria 53 Sharon Springs 60, Ptainvlew, Colo. 45 SM East 64, Junction City 49 Southern Cloud 55, Pike Valley 46 Stockton 63, Norton 43 Wichita Carroll 78, Maize 69 (ol) GIRLS Atwood 52, Cheylln 49 (ot) Belle Plaine 41, Remington 37 Belleville 54, Russell 49 BV Stillwell 58, Fort Scott 45 Central Christian 49, Kinsley 46 Deeriield 53, Holly, Colo. 32 Ei Dorado 43, Circle 29 Ell-Saline 66, Clay Center 64 Emporia 59, Olathe North 52 Great Bend 39, Moundridge 32 Greensburg 66, Chaparral 54 Halstead 40, Conway Springs 33 Hays 60, Pratt 36 Hesston 50, Smoky Valley 37 Hlllsboro 68, Chapman 38 Hope 62, Wakefield 33 Hutchlnson 53, Derby 47 Inman 52, Canlon-Galva 32 KC Center, Mo. 60. Osawatomle 47 KC Turner 61, Louisburg 55 Klngman 63, Buhler 52 Lamed 65, Cheney 64(ot) Leavenworth 41, Lawrence 31 Little River 56, McPherson 44 Macksville 58, Otis-Bison 39 Moundridge 66, Great Bend 45 Ottawa 52, Eudora 39 Parsons 63, Wichita Collegiate 51 Phllllpsburg 55, Plainville 44 Pretty Prairie 68, Fairtield 50 Salina Central 55, Newton 53 Salina Sacred Heart 54, Douglass 38 Santa Fe Trail 56, Baldwin 53 Smith Center 54, Trego 40 Southern Cloud 71, Pike Valley 44 Stafford 49, Medicine Lodge 48 (ot) Stockton 51, Norton 39 Sublette 49, Ulysses 38 Tonganoxle 42, Bonner Springs 45 Wellsville 59, Anderson County 47 Weskan 91, Cheyenne Wells, Colo. 41 Wichita East 50, Wichita Heights 29 WMeld44,Bluestem43 High school BOYS MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE Championship ELLIS 62, HILL CITY 57 Ellis 17 11 12 10 — 62 Hill City 15 20 4 11 — 57 Elite — Honas 14, Belort 5, Fondoble 14, Mickelson 11, Rorabaugh 8, Blttel 10. Hill City—Kaner8, D. Helman 1, Rlley 22, M. Heiman2, Bell16,Budig8. Third place OSBORNE 69, TREGO 58 Osbome 14 19 21 15 - 69 Trego " 17 17 7 17 - 58 Osbome - Jones 12, Schumacher 20, Smith 7, Hadley 10, Couse 16, Gray 4. Trego - Delnes 2, Jamison 4, Zlegler 8, Brown 10, Higgins 10, Richards 3, Schneider 8, Mai- sam11,Keyser2. Fifth place STOCKTON 63, NORTON 43 Stockton • 16 18 17 16 - 63 Norton 16 4 10 13 - 43 Stockton - Wagner 5, Towns 17, McReynolds 11, Jlrak 6, Kriley 1, Kee 9, Glendening 14. Norton - Sloffregen 2, Thlele 8, Lofgren 6, Lang 7, Shoemaker 6, Jacobs 6, Withington 6. Seventh place PLAINVILLE 68, VICTORIA S3 • Plainville 14 25 13 16 - 68 Victoria 19 16 6 12 - 53 Plainville - Stamper 3, Newell 11, Wehril 2, Anderson 3, Hrabe 19, Rozean 6, Hageman 24. Victoria - Procklsh 9, Robben 2, Ruder 15, Shulle 1, Windholz 15, Belsel 5, Rome 4, Bosch 2. REGULAR SEASON SM EAST 64, JUNCTION CITY 49 Junction City 13 2 20 14 - 49 SMEast 17151616-64 Junta City (6-8) - Hill 10, Ruffin 14, Price 19, MAnson 2, Powers 4. SM East (12-2) - Shull 8, Radtke 4, Close 1, Patykiewlcz 5, Johnson 24, Jonzen 22. CLAY CENTER 57, WAMEGO 39 Clay Center 12 10 12 23 - 57 Wamego 11 7 14 7-39 Clay Center - Lee 11, Frigon 5, Floercch 12, Henry 9, Burton 14, Wllcoxson 4, Ohlde 2. Wamego - Soil 5, Kolde 3, Langston 4, Armstead 4, Winter 7, McNickle 9, Perry 7. SOUTHERN CLOUD 55 PIKE VALLEY 46 Southern Cloud 14 6 18 17 -. 55 Pike Valley 12 5 16 12 - 46 Southern Cloud (5-7) - Weaver 8, Keller 6, Welsh 1, Costley 2, Pacey 9, Wyatt 7, Copple 1, McClellan21. Pike Valley (4-9) - Johnson 5, Burgess 1, Hammer 7, J.GIIe 11, M.Gile 10, Shane Langston 6, Seth Langston 6. HOPE 62, WAKEFIELD 47 Wakefield 11 7 12 17 - 47 Hope 14 13 15 20 - 62 Wakefield - Streckfus 2, Homer 6, Goeckler 5, Stoddard 20, Brown 2, Koemer 7, White 5. Hope (10-4) - Riedy 4, C.Bamett 10, Lister 14, G.Barnett 10, Brockmeler 2, Jacobson 10, McMahan 12. ATWOOD 47, CHEYLIN 44 Cheylln 9 9 13 13 - 44 Atwood 12 8 14 13 - 47 Cheylin - Henricks 2, Deeds 6, Brogan 11, Leach 9, Moyer 8, Wilkens 8. Atwood - Wells 15, Horinek 13, Miller 6, Schnee 4, Peterson 9. BELLEVILLE 44, CONCORDIA 36 Belleville 10 9 8 17 - 44 Concordia 12 6 12 6-36 Belleville - Swartz 16, Siemenson 4, Dunback 1, Lull 10, Melton 13. Concordia - Roudybush 13, Dobbersteln 4, Richards 3, Letoumeau 2, Miller 2, Cyr 6, Kueker 2, Dreler 2, Zimmerman 2. GIRLS MID-AMERICA CLASSIC Championship LITTLE RIVER 56, MCPHERSON 44 Little River 19 14 7 16 - 56 McPherson 15 15 7 7-44 Little River - J.Rogers 1, B.Rogers 2, Amy Prose 6, Schoenhofl 4, Amber Prose 3, Hewitt 2, Raleigh 20, Cordell 2, Ramage 16. McPherson - Sutler 4, Flood 18, Baldwin 3, James 5, Bumlson 2, Jauken 4, Swanson 8. Third place MOUNDRIDGE 66, GREAT BEND 45 Great Bend 14 5 9 17 - 45 Moundridge 15 14 19 18 - 66 Great Bend - Mamie 3, Mero 4, Smithey 4, Guthmiller 4, Atkinson 6, Johnson 15, Olivier 9. Moundridge - D.Holloway 13, Moddelmog 8, T.Hoiloway 26, Galle 1, Pitts 10, Shllts 8. Fifth place INMAN 52, CANTON-GALVA 32 Inman 10 17 17 8 - 52 Canton-Galva 8 10 6 8-32 Inman - Martens 13, Hull 4, Brunk 17, Menke 2, Wiens 3, Friesen 4, Froese 9. Canton-Galva - Andeson 2, Alexander 5 Wedel 6, Worden 2, Jones 2, Koehn 2, Nelson 2 Hess 6, Baird 3, Ewert 2. Seventh place HESSTON 50, SMOKY VALLEY 37 Hesston 10 12 10 18 - 50 Smoky Valley 10 7 7 13 - 37 Hesston - Young 6, Stucky 17, Gattls 19 Annable 3, Rempel 3, Henslek 2. Smoky Valley - Talbott 8, Lysall 1; Brock 3 Toll 8, Reislnger 3, Lindstedt 12, VanTuyl 2. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE Championship STOCKTON 51, NORTON 39 Norton 8 4 13 14 - 39 Stockton 7 9 13 22 - 51 Norton - Weldenhaft 15, Heather Wood 10 Hannah Wood 17, Kriley 5, Moore 2, Halnes 2. Stockton - Cox 14, Hillman 10, Schrum 3 McEwen 12. Third place SMITH CENTER 54, TREGO 40 Smith Center 10 12 17 15 - 54 Trego 11 11 9 9-40 Smith Center - Boxum 10, Fiene 6, Lambert 22, Woods 4, Finch 11, Beckmann 1. Trego - Wagner 2, Turiey 17, Hladek 2, Park 3, Scanlon B, Delnes 8. Fifth place PHILLJPSBURG 55, PLAINVILLE 44 Phllllpsburg 12 10 24 9 - 55 Plainville 8 14 9 13 - 44 Philllpsburg - Vogel 2, Pfortmlller 18, Llttlejoh 6, Shea 13, Jarmer 13, Levendolsky 3. Plainville - Luhman 4, Young 19, Ross 11 Stout 3, Comeau 3, Flnnesy 4. SEDGWICK INVITATIONAL Fifth place BELLE PLAINE 41, REMINGTON 37 Belle Plaine 416 7 14 - 4 Remington 11 9 6 11 - 37 Belle Plaine - Helm 2, Chaloupka 3, Richard son7, Orton 2, Mead 9. Hlsken 12, Tlnsley 2. Remington - Schroeder 1, Cherry 5, Mauch McClaughlln 4, Litton 5, Frazler 9, Lang 8. MINNEAPOLIS CLASSIC Third place HILLSBORO 68, CHAPMAN 36 Chapman 8 4 14 12 - 38 Hlllsboro 10 16 12 20 - 68 Chapman - Beemer 4, Hansen 2, Deeds 2, A bars 22, Bathurst 2, Meseng 6. Hillsboro - Ratzlaff 5, Harder 15, Myers 2 Chlsholm 14, Suderman 4, Volh 4, Penner 5. Fifth place ELL-SALINE 66, CLAY CENTER 64 Clay Center 21 16 13 14 - 64 Ell-Saline 13 18 15 20 - 6 Clay Center - Pfizenmaler 20-04, Hammon 33-49, Blake 15 0-4 30, Glsselbeck 0 0-2 Halner 3 0-0 6, Frigon 3 3-5 9, Schwensen 2 2 6, Williams 0 0-1 0. Toys 28 8-18 64. Ell-Saline - LJndquist 1 0-0 2, Omll 1 0-0 White 0 0-2 0, Griffin 610-12 22, Isaacson 5 9 13, Atkinson 1 4-6 6, Carazo 1 00 2, Jense 32-78,Wafters35-711.Total>21 24-41 68. 3-polnt goals - none. Totals fouls - CC 27, ES 18, Fouled out - Hafnet, Isaacson. Seventh place BELLEVILLE 54, RUSSELL 49 Belleville 3 21 19 11 - 64 Russell 18 10 18 5 - 49 Belleville - Westphal 6, Hoops 2, Frydendall 11, Kllng 7, Chllds 10, Janasek 12, Braun 6. Russell - De'genhardt 3, Sander 9, Bealby 6, nna .Nowak 8, Jodl Nowak 4, McCurdy 12, olloway11. NEWTON INVITATIONAL Championship SALINA CENTRAL 55, NEWTON 53 SALINA CENTRAL (8-5) Moshler 2-8 OX) 4, Fellers 1-3 0-0 2, French 42-210, Leahy 6-14 5-7 21, Glnther 2-8 4-8 8, amplon 001-21, Herman 1-61-33, Roberts 5 CM) 6, Nails 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 21-5513-22 55, NEWTON (9-3) Brodhagen 2-4 2-2 6, Prewttt 3-12 6-9 13, oberts 2-3 0-0 4, Selzer 5-121 -111, Usher 62-414, Richmond 1-2 3-4 6, Bannlnga 0-5 0-0 Gunn 0-3 0-0 0, Downey 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 19014-2253. allna Central 12 10 13 20 - 55 Newton 12 17 13 11 - 53 3-point goals - SC 0-1, N 1-6 (Prewitt). Re- ounds - SC 38 (Leahy 13), N 28 (Prewitt, Ush- 6). Total fouls - SC 21, N 19. Fouled out - ench (SC), Roberts (N). Turnovers - SC 14, N ELI J. WALTER TOURNAMENT Championship SACRED HEART 54, DOUGLASS 38 DOUGLASS (M) Otto 2-4 OX) 4, A.Woydzlak 0-2 0-0 0, Keller 14-5 6, Hamlin 5-15 00 10, Hood 5-81-111, ennedy 0-3 1-2 1, Randall 0-3 00 0, C.Woy- ziak 1-5 0-0 2, Glaves 1-1 1-2 3, Polk 0-0 1-2 Totals 15-47 8-12 38. SACRED HEART (1M) Wells 2-3 2-3 6, Weese 3-10 0-1 6, Blagg 106 2-6 22, Chaput 0-2 0-0 0, Ash 6-12 2-3 14, Tielen 0-1 0-0 0, Brown 1-21-4 3, Meares 0-1 0 0, Pestlnger 0-11-41, Allen 1-1 0-3 2. Tots 23-51 8-24 54. ouglass 4 18 6 10 - 38 acred Heart 17 12 8 17 - 54 3-polnt goals - D 0-2, SH 04. Rebounds - D 34 (Hood 10), SH 34 (Blagg, Ash 7). Turnovers D 28, SH 19. Total louls - D 23, SH 17. Fouled ut - None. Technical fouls - None. REGULAR SEASON HOPE 62, WAKEFIELD 33 Vakefleld 2 8 4 19 - 33 ope 10 18 19 15 - 62 Wakefield (1-11)- A.WItty 4, Lane 3, Tyrell 2, ulhl 2, C.Witty 7, Inman 8, Severson 2, McEI- anyl, Stoddard 4. Hope (13-1) - H.Lorson 5, Jones 4, Slroda 12, ilcher 6, Rock 10, Schlesener 4, Schultz 2, ruber 2, Cowan 2, Coup 4, Vought 6, M.Lorson ATWOOD 52, CHEYLIN 49 (ot) heylln 8 7 12 20 2-49 (wood 7 12 13 15 5 - 52 Cheylln (6-6) - Sabatka 3, Wright 2, Busse 12, ntholz 15, Haack 17. . Atwood (8-7) - Chrlstman 4, Bryant 6, Carr 3, anak 1, Horton 6, M.Schmidt 2, D.Schmidt 16, Mer6, Higleye. SOUTHERN CLOUD 71 PIKE VALLEY 44 outhem Cloud 20 20 9 22 - 71 Ike Valley 10 19 4 11 - 44 Southern Cloud (9-5) - Glrard 6, Lange 6, amel 22, Boomer 22, Wagonner 10, Weaver 5. Pike Valley (2-10) - Carlgren 4, Cleveland 4, Melby 5, Nelson 12, Herman 7, Aspegren 12. Junior varsity BOYS ELLSWORTH TOURNAMENT SALINA CENTRAL 50 LARNED 49 (2 ot) allna Central 7 8 10 17 3 5 — 50 Lamed 11 13 7 11 3 4 — 49 Salina Central — Wilson 2, Crawford 2, Bruner 6, Denny 20, Gowln 7, Gordon 5, Hutton 8. Lamed — Turner 12, Bryant 6, Molleker 5, Schoonover 5, Kolb 13, Wolf 4, Goodrick 4. ELLSWORTH 50 SALINA CENTRAL 27 Salina Central 7 11 3 6 — 27 Ellsworth 6 19 8 17 — 50 Salina Central — Crawford 2, Brunner 4, Gowin 6, Torey 5, Gordon 3, Hutton 7. Ellsworth — Kohls 5, Hammel 2, Peschka 14, Smith 6, Maddux 1, Soukup 6, Thompson 4, indsley 2, Janzen 2, Ploutz 5, Sneath 3. Tournament scores Ellsworth 68, Lamed 46 Salina Central 50, Lamed 49 Russell 53, Lamed 43 Ellsworth 50, Salina Central 27 HI; 4. Budreau, C. 140-1, Wisdom, Co; 2. Podlena, E; 3, Hag- gerty,N;4.S1one,HI. 145-1. Rathbun, E; 2. Howard, HI; 3. Smith, N;4. Breautt.C. 152 -1. Dillon, He; 2, Elsenblse, HI; 3. Aggson, Co; 4. Wealherty, E. 160-1. Schmllie, HI; 2. Cowing, Co; 3. Delnes, Ch; 4. Koikmeyer, E. 171-1. Miller, Co; 2. Harrison, N; 3. Z.Uptiam, HI;4.Trigg,He. 189-1. Sherman, N; 2. Ewlng, HI; 3. Agulre, Ch; 4. Reed, Co. 215 -1. Cole, HI; 2. Hohllnger, N; 3. Walker, Co. 275-1. Mates, Ch; 2. Titpp, E; 3. Thoman, Co; 4. Hlnton, HI. ST. FRANCIS INVITATIONAL Team scores St. Francis 151, Scott City 12414, Hoxle 113, Oakley 112, Goodland 110, Colby 10714, Ober- lln 101, Atwood 66. Individual results 103-1. Baker, H; 2. Jenkins, SF; 3. Manlus,, C;4. Duell.Q.. 112 - 1. Jenkins, SF; 2. Kersenbrock, C; 3. Hernandez, Q; 4. Tremblay, H. 119-1. Woosler, H; 2. Murphy, Oa; 3. Wilson, SF; 4. Murray, G.. 125-1. Gabel, SF; 2. Zerr, Oa; 3. Slormont, SC. 130 -1. Koster, H; 2. Wren, SC; 3. Morrow, SF; 4. Haessner, G. 135-1. B.Gabel, SF; 2. Koster, H; 3. Burke, G; 4.Donovan, Oa. 140 - 1. Wlnterscheldt, Oa; 2. Ralle, SF; 3. Holloway, SC; 4. Colson, G. 145 -1 > Samuelson, Oa; 2. Tanersley, SC; 3. Murray, G; 4. Alstrom, Ob. 152 -1. Richards, Ob; 2. Smith, S; 3. Johnson, H; 4. Barton, C. .160 - Ueltner, A; 2. Kennedy, Oa.; 3. Woolsey, Ob; 4. Vaughn, C. 171-1. Ramsey, SC; 2. Zrbas, A; 3. Alstrom, Ob; 4. Plastlo, C. 189-1. Frank, SC; 2. Hall, G; 3. Stoney, Ob; 4. Stramel, C. 215 -1. Haines, C; 2. Keller, SF; 3. Lincoln, Ob; 4. Nlemeler, A. 275-1. Suppes, SC; 2. Kitzke, Ob; 3. Me- Dougal, A; 4. Quenzer, C. JUNCTION CITY INVITATIONAL Team scores Wichita Kapaun 158, Manhattan 115, Emporia 112, Salina South 11114. Junction City 90'/i, Washbum Rural 68, Topeka High 66'A. Salina Central 57, Shawnee Heights 53'A, Topeka West 3. Championship 103 - Scott, WK, dec. Hutchlnson, SC, 13-6; 112 - Maynes, SS, pinned Geist, WK; 119 Cook, TH, dec. Baker, WK, 6-3; 125 -Brown, E, dec. Casron, JC, 7-0; 130 - Pemberton, M, dec., Shell, WR, 12-3; 135-Bradshaw, M.dec. Ryan, SC, 9-1; 140 - Carlson, WK, dec. Undsley, JC, 7-1; 145 - Carrlaga, JC, dec. Jones, WK, 14-6; 152 - Pizzoia, WK, dec. Amdt, E, 7-1; 160 - Augustine, SS, dec. S.Pizzola, WK, 5-0; 171 Coleman, M, dec. Pugh, SS, 8-0; 189 - Wilson, JC, dec, Sauder, E, 6-2; 215 - Kency, SC, dec. Peek, E, 3-2; 275 - Finch, SS, dec. Glsh, WR, 41. Consolation 103 - Medrano, E, dec. Bell, SC, 4-2; 112 Aguilera, WR, dec. Brown, TH, 3-1; 119 - West, E, dec. Griffith, SH, 7-2; 125 - Cavens, TH, dec. Copeland, SH, 5-3; 130 - Brown, Wk, dec. Alben;, SS, 9-4; 135 - Glrard, SS, pinned Best, TH; 140 - Wellington, SH, dec. Phillips, TH, 179; 145 - Jensen, M, dec. Jenkins, TH, 3-0; 152 - Molone, WR, dee. Chandler, M, 5-0; 160 - Iwlg, SH, dec. Dold, E, 6-5; 171 - Leer, WK, dec. Lane, E, 5-4; 189 - Kazar, M, dec. Allen, SS, 42; 215 - Royer, SH, dec. Black, M, 4-2; 275 Moore, WK, dec. Polansky, M, 3-2. RADIO • TV Junior high Tennis SACRED HEART INVITATIONAL BOYS FORT RILEY 48, SACRED HEART 34 : ortRiley 23611 8 — 48 Sacred Heart 7 7 3 17 — 34 Fort Riley (8-4) — Wiley 3, Wright 11, T.Sin- lleton 11, Diaz 4, Durden 2, Simpson 3, Murray 8, LSIngleton 6. Sacred Heart (8-5) — Reliant 6, Hamilton 3, Herbel 8, Ryan 10, Bechard 2, Campbell 5. DELPHOS 42 ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN "B" 24 Roosevelt-Lincoln 5 4 7 8-24 Delphos 8 15 12 7-42 Roosevelt-Lincoln (6-5) - Alt 2, Hull 5, Johnson 3, M.Wilson 10, Just 2, Whllaker 2. Delphos (10-3) - Kendall 7, Blake 4, SI- moneau 4, Ames 1, Laas 12, Condray 12, Pearie 2. BELLEVILLE 41, ELL-SAUNE 29 Belleville 11 10 10 10 - 41 Ell-Saline 6 11 8 4-29 Belleville (10-1) - Chllds 10, Anderson 9, Walters 5, Leon 9, Hobson 2, Stmad 6. Ell-Saline (6-7) - Walker 8, Windholz 2, Weigel 7, Merrtfleld 2, Schoshke 2, Hutchcraft 4, Debold 4, Willis 2. Tournament scores Junction City 60, Kanopolis 33 Fort Riley 48, Sacred Heart 34 Delphos 42, Roosevelt-Lincoln "B" 24 Belleville 41, Ell-Saline 29 GIRLS SACRED HEART 35, FORT RILEY 23 Fort Rlley 2 9 4 8-23 Sacred Heart 16 0 9 10 - 35 Fort Rlley (1-12) — Ison 2, Rlsby 8, Lacey 6, Cleveland 7. Sacred Heart (12-1) — A.Weese 7, Modln 1, Ratcliff 4, Dechant 4, S.Weese 13, Schneider 4, Buckley 2. JUNCTION CITY 44, ELL-SALINE 16 Ell-Saline 2 7 2 5 — 15 Junction City 6 10 6 20 — 44 Ell-Saline (2-11) — Hecker 3, Hardesty 1, Tol- bert3,Weems7,Scott2. Junction City (7-5)—Bryant 8, Cervera 3, Butler 7, Mack 2, Chism 2, Fisher 2, Upshaw 5, Moore 6, Boddic 6, Curtles 3. DELPHOS 31 ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 18 Delphos 9 8 8 6-31 Roosevelt-Lincoln 2 4 6 6-18 Delphos (10-3) - Bergman 2, Alderson 6, Shoemaker 4, Kendall 4, Hauck 6, Smith 6, Lee 3. Roosevelt-Lincoln (1-12) - Griffin 2, Reitz 6, Blakely 4, Garlow 6. Tournament scores Sacred Heart 35, Fort Riley 23 Kanopolis 38, Belleville 22 Junction City 44, Ell-Saline 16 Delphos 31, Roosevelt-Lincoln 18 Australian Open SATURDAY'S RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Saturday of the $6.35 million Australian Open (seedlngs In parentheses): MEN Doubles Championship Stelan Edberg, Sweden, and Pelr Korda, Czech Republic, del. Sebaslien Lareau, Canada, and Alex O'Brien, Amarillo, Texas, 7-5,7-5, 4-6,6-1. WOMEN Singles Championship Monica Seles (1), Sarasota, Ra., def. Anke Huber(8), Germany, 6-4,6-1. Doubles Championship Chanda Rubin, Lafayette, La., and Arantxa Sanchez Vteario (8), Spain, def. Lindsay Davenport, Murrieta, Calil., and Mary Joe Fernandez (3), Key Biscayne, Fla., 7-5, 2-6, &4. SUNDAY'S FEATURED MATCHES MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Featured matches Sunday at the $6.35 million Australian Open (seeding In parentheses): MEN Singles Championship Play starts at 9 p.m. CST, Saturday Boris Becker (4), Germany, vs. Michael Chang (5), Henderson, Nov. SUNDAY'S RESULTS MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Sunday of the $6.35 million Australian Open (seed- ings In parentheses): Mixed Doubles Championship MarkWoodforde, Australia, and larisa Nelland (1), Latvia, def. Luke Jensen, Ludington, Mich., and Nicole Arendt, Gainesville, Fla., 4-6, 7-5, 60. Golf Wrestling High school CONCORDIA ROUND-ROBIN Tsflrn sco roc Hiawatha 161 'A, Concordla 143, Ellsworth 137, Nlckereon 83, Chapman 65'A, Hesston 44 W. Individuals 103-1. Andres, Ch; 2. Hobson, E; 3. Klndel, Co; 4. Pyle, Hi. 112-1. Sloop, Hi; 2. Jante, He; 3. Rush, E; 4. Shanks, Co. 119-1. Donley, E; 2. Johansen, HI; 3. Ngo, Co; 4. Barten, Ch. 125 -1. James, Co; 2. Sinning, HI; 3. Stefek, E; 4. Kresch, Ch. 130 - 1. Winehold, E; 2. Martinson, HI; 3. Burgess, Co; 4. Ores, Ch. 135-1. Egbert, N; 2. Howell, E; 3. D.Upham, PGA results SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Top 10 and lie results with earnings Saturday In the $1.3 million Phoenix Open, played on the 6,992-yard, par-71 TPC ol Scottsdale (x-won third hole of sudden death): x-Phil Mickelson $234,000 6947-66-67—269 Justin Leonard $140,400 67-67-66-69—269 Tom Scherrer $88,400 67-70-65-68—270 Mark Calcavecchla $57,200 72-69-6B-62—271 John Wilson $57,200 67-71-67-66-^271 Curt Byrum $42,088 69-69-72-62—272 Scott Simpson $42,088 67-71 -68-66-272 Rocco Mediate $42,088 70-87-88^7—272 Woody Austin $42,088 65-87-72-68-272 Steve Jones $31,200 67-87-72-67—273 Sandy Lyle $31,200 68-72-67-S6-273 Blalne McCallister$31,200 69-89-67-68—273 Kenny Perry $31,200 69-69^6-69—273 Auto racing Indy-car results LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — The order of finish Saturday of the Indy 200 Indy-car race, with starling position In parentheses, residence or country, type ol car, taps completed, reason out, if any, and winner's average speed In mph: 1. (5) Buzz Calkins, Denver, 1995 Reynard- Ford, 200,128.325. 2. (7) Tony Stewart, Rushville, Ind., 1995 Lola- Menard, 200. 3. (13) Robbie Buhl, Grosse Polnte. Mich., 1994 Reynard-Ford, 198. 4. (14) Mlchele Alborelo, Italy, 1995 Lola-Ford, 198. 5. (2) Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Caplstrano, Calif., 1994 Reynard-Ford, 197. 8. (12) Mike Groff, Los Angeles, 1995 Lola- Ford, 195. 7. (15) Johnny O'Connell, Chandler, Ariz., 1995 Reynard-Ford, 195. 6. (11) Lyn St. James, Daytona Beach, Fla., 1994 Lola-Ford, 192. 9. (16) John Paul Jr., West Palm Beach, Fla., 1993 Lola-Menard, 190. 10. (20) Eddie Cheever, Aspen, Colo., 1995 Lola-Menard, 184, crash. General Transactions BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVAUERS-Actrvated Tyrone Hill, forward, from the Injured list. Placed Joe Courtney, forward, on the injured list. HOCKEY National Hockey League ST. LOUIS BLUES-Recalled Fred Knipscheer, center, from Worcester of the AHL Sent Patrice Tardll, center, to Worcester. Sunday, January 28 * Television BASKETBALL WBr M hl B •? la 11 i.m. - NBA Special NBC, cable 3,13 11:30 a.m. - NFL Showtime NBC, cable 3, re Noon - Phoenix at Chicago (NBA) NBC, cable 3, ta Noon - Michigan at Iowa CB °> °»™ „' 15 Noon - Maryland at Duke ABC >«™ <»• ™ 1:30 p.m. - DePaul at Tulane «.' J? L 8 ;„ 2 p.m. - Kansas at Nebraska CBS, cable B, 12 2 p.m. - Alabama at Tennessee (women) P™no. oab e 43 _ 7 p.m, - Colorado State at BYU (women) Prime, cable 37 10 a.m. - NFL Preview CNN, cable 23. 11 a.m. - NFL Gameday ESPN, cable 38 11:30 a.m. - NFL on NBC NBC, cable 3,13 Noon - Super Bowl at 30 TNT, cable 41 2:30 p.m. - Super Bowl Pregame NBC, cable 3,13 5 p.m, - Super Bowl XXX: Dallas vs. Pittsburgh NBC, cable 3,13 GOLF 12:30 p.m. - Super Bowl XXX Charity Cup ESPN, cable 38 2:30 p.m. - Senior PGA Skins ABC, cable 9,10 9 a.m. - Sportsweekly ESPN, cable 38 9:30 a.m. - Sports Reporters ESPN, cable 38 10 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight CNN, cable 23 10 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 Midnight - Sports Latenlght CNN, cable 23 : 1 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 Radio 1 p.m. - Kansas at Nebraska KSAJ, 98.5-FM; KINA, 910-AM'' FOOTBALL 5 p.m. - Super Bowl XXX: Dallas vs. Pittsburgh KSAL, 1150-AM ; SPORTS DIGEST Baseball '; • CINCINNATI — Free agent Vince Coleman" agreed to a minor-league contract Saturday with' the Cincinnati Reds, who are looking for a leadoff hitter. Coleman, 34, joins a large group of out;-, fielders trying to win jobs in training camp. The ; Reds lost left fielder Ron Gant through free agency after last season, and manager Ray Knight, is looking for someone to bat leadoff. Knight thinks center fielder Thomas Howard is better suited to bat lower in the order. Coleman's com-; petition for a roster spot will include Brian Hunter, Eric Anthony, Nigel Wilson, Mike Kelly,' Eric Davis, Steve Gibralter and Curtis Goodwin. Reggie Sanders returns in right field. ( • MONTREAL — The Montreal Expos earned a $40,000 profit last year after losing $15.9 million in the strike-shortened 1994 season, according to ' financial statements filed with major league baseball. The Expos were devastated by the players strike that wiped out the end of the 1994 season, the playoffs and the World Series. To stay • afloat, the Expos more than doubled their debt „. from $15 million to $35 million with Citibank in % New York. The team now owes $26 million to « Citibank on a line of credit that cost $3 million in" interest payments last year. Basketball • NEW YORK — Phil Jackson of the Chicago Bulls and George Karl of the Seattle SuperSonics i will be seeking their first victory when they coach in the NBA All-Star game Feb. 11 at San Antonio. Jackson, whose Bulls have the league's best record at 37-3, coached the Eastern Confer- ,. ence All-Stars in 1992, when they were beaten by , the West 153-113. Karl coached the West in 1994, ,, when the East won 127-118. The two were official-, ly picked Saturday as coaches for this season's game because their teams had the best record in their respective conferences after games of Jan. 28. Seattle was 29-11. • WAYNE, N.J. — Rutgers-Camden lost its 100th consecutive game Saturday, falling 84-53 to William Paterson to extend its NCAA record. Rutgers-Camden, a Division III school that plays in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, hasn't ,',' won since Jan. 18,1992. Boxing • NEW YORK — The spark is back as far as Mark Breland is concerned. The former two-time WBA welterweight champion, idle since retiring in November 1992, started a comeback Saturday by stopping Riccardo Smith of Syracuse, N.Y., 30 seconds into the third round of a scheduled 10- round junior middleweight bout. Breland, who admitted he retired because the desire the fight had left him, used a right uppercut to send Smith to the canvas hi the third round. While Smith, 1531/2, was on one knee taking a count, referee Fred Ucci stopped the fight.Smith, who is 0-8-1 in his last nine fights to fall to a career mark of 7-111, went down for the first time in the second round after a hard right to the body. • PHOENIX — Don King tried to upstage the Super Bowl — and lost. Even with Mike Tyson by his side, most of the media covering the Super Bowl stayed away from King's hastily-called news conference Saturday to promote his fighter's next bout. With more than 2,300 accredited journalists in town, about 25 showed up to hear Tyson and his promoter discuss the former heavyweight champion's March 16 fight against WBC champion Frank Bruno at Las Vegas. There were an esti : mated 150 people present at the event, even though it was held at the NFL's official media hotel. Track • SINDELFINGEN, Germany — Haile Gebrse- ; lassie of Ethiopia broke the men's world indoor : 5,000-meter record with a time of 13 minutes, > 10.98 seconds, at the Sindelfingen indoor track and field meet Saturday. 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