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B2 TUESDAY. JANAURY 30. 1996 1 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Footbal RADIO • TV The NFL 1996 DRAFT ORDER NEW YORK—The selection order lor the first round a the 1996 NFL draft to be held April 2021 (x-Ued, subject to coin flip): 1. New York Jets 2. Jacksonville 3. Arizona 4. Cleveland 5. New York Giants 6. Washington 7. New England 8. x-Carollna 9. x-Houston 10. Cincinnati 11. New Orleans 12. Tampa Bay 13. SI Louis 14. Seattle 15. Denver 16. Minnesota 17. Oakland 18. Chicago 19. Atlanta 20. Miami 21. San Diego 22. Indianapolis 23. Detroit 24. Philadelphia 25. Buffalo 26. San Francisco 27. Green Bay 28.Kan.it City 29. Pittsburgh 30. Dallas Pro Bowl rosters NEW YORK — The teams selected tor the NFL Pro Bowl to be played Sunday, Feb. 4 at Honolulu (x-starter, y-lnjured, z-ln|ury replacement, n-need player): National Football Conference Offense Wide Receivers — x-Jerry Rice, San Francisco; x-Herman Moore, Detroit Michael Irvln, Dallas; Crls Carter, Minnesota. Tackles — x-Wllllam Roaf, New Orleans; x Lomas Brown, Detroit Mark Tulnei, Dallas. Guards — x-Nale Newton, Dallas; x-Randall , McDanlel, Minnesota; Larry Allen, Dallas. , Centers — x-Kevln Glover, Detroit y-Ray Donaldson, Dallas; z-Barl Dates, San Francis. co. Tight Ends — xy-Jay Novacek, Dallas; Mark Chmura, Green Bay; z-Brent Jones, San Francisco. Quarterbacks — x-Brett Favra, Green Bay; y- Troy Aikman, Dallas; Steve Young, San Francisco; z-Warren Moon, Minnesota. Running Backs — x-Emmttt Smith, Dallas; x- Barry Sanders, Detroit Ricky Walters, Phlladel- . phla. Fullback — Larry Centers, Arizona. Defense Ends — x-Reggle White, Green Bay; x. Charles Haley, Dallas; William Fuller, Philadelphia; n-Chrls Doleman, Atlanta. Interior Linemen — x-John Handle, Mlnneso- .' ta; x-Eric Swann, Arizona; Dana Stubblefield, San Francisco. : > Outside Linebackers —x-Ken Harvey, Washington; x-Lee Woodall, San Francisco; William , Thomas, Philadelphia. ' Inside Linebackers — x-Jessle Tuggle, Atlanta; x-Ken Norton, San Francisco. Comerbacks — x-Aeneas Williams, Arizona; ' x-Eric Davis, San Francisco; Eric Allen, New Orleans. Safeties—x-Darren Woodson, Dallas; x-Merton Hanks, San Francisco; Tim McDonald, San ' Francisco. Specialist* . Punter—Jefl Feagtes, Arizona. Placekteker—Morten Andersen, Atlanta. Kick Return Specialist — Brian Mitchell, Washington. Special Teamer—Elbert Shelley, Atlanta. American Football Conference Offense Wide Receivers—x-Cart Plckens, Cincinnati; x-TIm Brown, Oakland; Yancey Thlgpen, Pittsburgh; Anthony Miller, Denver. Tackles—x-Rlchmond Webb, Miami; x-Bruce Armstrong, New England; y-Gary Zimmerman, Denver; z-WIII Wolford, Indianapolis. Guards — xy-Bruce Matthews, Houston; x-Keith Sims, Miami; Steve Wlsnlewskl, Oakland; z-WIII Shields, Kansas Crty. Centers — x-Dermonttl Dawson, Pittsburgh; Mark Stepnoskl, Houston. Tight Ends — x-Ben Coates, New England; Shannon Sharpe, Denver. Quarterbacks — xy-Dan Marino, Miami; x^eff Blake, Cincinnati; Jim Harbaugh, Indianapolis; z-Steve Bono, Ktnsas Ctty. Running Backs — x-Chris Warren, Seattle; x- Marshall Faulk, Indianapolis; Curtis Martin, New England. Fullback - KlmWe Anders, Kamn CKy. Defense Ends - x-Bruce Smith, Buffalo; x-Netl Smith, Kansas Ctty; Leslie O'Neal, San Diego. Interior Linemen — x-Chester McGkwkton, Oakland; x-Dan Saleaumua, Kansas City; Coriez Kennedy, Seattle. Outside Linebackers — x-Bryce Paup, Bufla- . to; x-Greg Lloyd, Pittsburgh; Derrick Thomss, Kansas Ctty; n-KevIn Greene, Pittsburgh. Inside Linebackers — x-Juntor Seau, San Diego; Bryan Cox, Miami. Comerbacks — x-Dile Carter, Kansas Cfty; x-Terry McDanlel, Oakland; Darryll Lewis, Hous; ton. .. Safeties - x-Camell Uke, Pittsburgh; x- Steve Atwater, Denver; Blalne Bishop, Houston. Specially i Punter—Darren Bennett, San Diego. Placeklcker—Jason Elam, Denver. Kick Return Specialist - Glyn Mllbum, Den: ver. , Special Teamer—Steve Tasker, Buffalo. Basketball NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division 1 W L Pet GB Orlando . 30 12 .714 — New York 27 15 .643 3 Washington 21 21 .500 9 Miami 19 24 .442 11 'A New Jersey 17 25 .405 13 'Boston 15 26 .366 1414 J Philadelphia 8 34 .190 22 j Central Division 1 Chicago, 38 3 .927 — ! Indiana 28 14 .666 10'/4 ! Atlanta •, Cleveland J Detroit ,; Charlotte i Milwaukee 1 Toronto 24 17 .585 14 22 20 .524 16% 21 20 .512 17 21 21 .500 17V4 15 25 .375 22% 12 30 .286 26V4 WESTERN CONFERENCE Mkhvttt Division w L PCI cm San Antonio 27 13 .675 — Utah 28 14 .667 Houston 29 15 .659 — Denver 17 25 .405 11 Dallas 13 27 .325 14 Minnesota 11 29 .276 16 Vancouver . 10 33 .233 18V4 Pacific Division Seattle 31 11 .738 — Sacramento 22 16 .579 7 LA Lakers 24 18 .571 7 Portland 21 22 .488 1014 Golden State 18 24 .429 13 Phoenix 17 23 .425 13 LA. Clippers 16 25 .390 WA Sunday's Game Chicago 93, Phoenix 82 Monday's Games Philadelphia 103, Vancouver 92 Charlotte 88, Cleveland 88 New York 94, Miami 85 Utah 106, Detroit 97 Seattle 92, Portland 88 Tuesday's Games Boston at Orlando, 6:30 p.m. Phoenix at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Atlanta at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Houston, 7 p.m. Denver at Minnesota, 7 p.m. LA Clippers at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Seattle, 9 p.m. Golden State at LA. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Toronto at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores CLEVELAND (86) Mills 5-9 OK) 10, Ferry 2-71-2 5, Cage 4-5 0-0 8, Phllls 3-16 04 7, Brandon 6-1710-13 22, Hil 4-6 1-2 9, Majerie 3-7 1-2 8, Sura 1-3 1-2 3, Lang 6-7 2-414. Totals 34-7716-25 86. CHARLOTTE (88) Johnson 8-12 4-5 20, Curry 2-71-1 5, Gelger 5-118-1118, Rice 4-14 0-0 9, Anderson 6-12 45 16, Hancock 5-5 1-1 11, Goldwlre 2-5 2-2 7, Addison 1 -3 0-0 2, Zldek 0-0 M 0, Parish 0-0 000. Totals 33-69 20-25 68. Cleveland 30 16 22 18—66 Charlotte 22 22 22 22—88 3-Point goals—Cleveland 2-10 (Phllls 1-3, Ma- Jerle 1-4, Sura 0-1, Ferry 0-2), Charlotte 2-10 (Rice 1-3, Goldwlre 1-4, Anderson 0-1, Curry 02). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Cleveland 47 (Cage 12), Charlotte 48 (Johnson 17). Assists—Cleveland 20 (Brandon 7), Charlotte 25 (Johnson 7). Total fouls—Cleveland 24, Charlotte 23. Technicals—Anderson, Charlotte Illegal defense. A—24,042 (23,698). SIXERS 103, GRIZZLIES 92 VANCOUVER (92) King 1-4 0-2 2, Avent 2-4 0-0 4, Reeves 6-14 4-416, B.Edwards 5-14 3-413, Anthony 6-1412 18, Mobley 4-51-1 9, Scott 6-9 2-3 15, D.Ed- wards 3-5 0-0 8, Murdock 2-8 3-4 7, Moten 1-2 04 2. Totals 36-79 14-20 92. PHILADELPHIA (103) Higglns 11-14 3-4 27, Wealherspoon 9-17 5-7 23, Alston 4-5 0-0 8, Stackhouse 10-18 6-8 29, Ruffln 2-10 4-5 9, Sutlon 2-7 2-2 7, Dumas 0-1 0-0 0, Thompson 0-00-00, Walters 0-1 04 0. Totals 38-73 20-26103. Vancouver 19 28 16 29— 92 Philadelphia 30 22 25 26—103 3-Polnt goals—Vancouver 6-14 (Anthony 5-8, Scott 1-2, King 0-1, B.Edwards 0-1, Murdock 01, Moten 0-1), Philadelphia 7-19 (Stackhouse 36, Hlggins 2-3, Button 1-4). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Vancouver 41 (D.Edwards 7), Philadelphia 49 (Higglns 11). Assists—Vancouver 25 (D.Edwards, Anthony, Murdock 6), Philadelphia 30 (Stackhouse, Ruffin 8). Total fouls—Vancouver 22, Philadelphia 22. Techni- cals—B.Edwards, Anthony, Stackhouse, Ruffln. A—8,422(18,168). KNICKS 94, HEAT 85 MIAMI (85) Owens 6-13 3-319, Willis 2-7 0-2 4, Mourning 8-135-9 21, Coles 4-8 3-313, Chapman 9-174! 23, Askins 1-60-03, Thomas 1-30-02, Gamble 0-0 04 0. Totals 334715-23 65. NEW YORK (94) Mason 0-6 4-6 4, Oakley 3-7 6-712, Ewing 1528 5-10 35, Starks 1 -4 04 2, Harper 5-101 -213, Smith 14 2-2 4, Ward 141-23, Davis 6-8 3-3 9, Grant 1-1 04 2. Totals 33-74 22-32 94. Miami 19 21 24 21-65 New York 22 24 18 30—94 3-Polnt goals—Miami 4-12 (Coles 2-4, Chapman 1-3, Askins 1-4, Willis 0-1), New York 6-16 Davis 4-5, Harper 24, Ward 0-3, Starks 0-1, Oakley 0-1). Fouled out-Coles, Oakley. Rebounds—Miami 50 (Mourning 13), New York 43 Oakley 13). Assists—Miami 18 (Coles 6), New York 26 (Oakley 6). Total fouls—Miami 26, New York 19. Technicals—Chapman, Mourning, Ew- ng, Harper, Oakley, New York illegal defense 2. r-19,783 (19,763). JAZZ 106, PISTONS 97 DETROIT (97) Hill 10-17 14-16 34, Thorpe 6-10 2-3 14, Reid -2 04 0, Houston 6-168-11 23, Hunter 0-4 04 D, Mills 34 1-2 8, RaW 0-2 2-2 2, Roe 5-8 04 1, West 2-31-2 5. Totals 32-70 28-36 97. UTAH (106) Benolt 24 04 6, Malone 14-22 12-16 40, Spencer 3-51-27, Homacek6-120415, Stockon 7-12 3-319, Elsley 1-2 04 2, Carr 3-51-2 7, Keele 44 2-2 10, Foster 0-2 04 0, Russell 04 04 0, Ostertag 04 04 0. Totals 40-72 19-25 08. Detroit 12 24 35 26- 97 Utah 30 29 22 25—106 3-Polnt goals—Detroit 5-12 (Houston 3-8, West 1-1, Mills 1-2, Hunter 0-1), Utah 7-17 (Hornacek 34, Stockton 2-3, Benoit 2-5, Malone 0-1, Elsley 0-1, Keele 0-1). Fouled out—Thorpe. Rebounds—Detroit 42 (Thorpe 8), Utah 42 (Maine 10). Assists—Detroit 17 (Hill 8), Utah 32 Stockton 14). Total fouls—Detroit 28, Utah'31. echnkals—Spencer, Carr 2, Detroit Illegal de- ense. Flagrant foul—West. Ejections—Carr. -19,911 (19,911). Magic Johnson CAREER STATISTICS The career statistics of Magic Johnson, who Igned with the Los Angeles Lakers for the remainder of the season on Monday: Regular Season G FG FT Reb Ast Pts 980 LA 77 .530 .810 7.7 7.3 18.0 981 LA 37 .532 .760 8.6 8.6 21.6 982 LA 78 .537 .760 9.6 9.5 18.6 983 LA 79 .548 .800 8.6 10.5 16.8 984 LA 67 .565 .810 7.3 13.1 17.6 985 LAL 77 .561 .843 6.2 12.6 18.3 986 LAL 72 .526 .871 5.9 12.6 18.8 987 LAL-X 80 .522 .848 6.3 12.2 239 988 LAL 72 .492 .853 6.2 11.9 19.6 989 LAL-X 77 .509 .911 7.9 12.8 22.5 990 LAL-x 79 .480 .890 6.6 11.5 22.3 991 LAL 79 .477 .906 7.0 12.5 19.4 Totals 874 .521 .848 7.3 11.4 19.7 Playoffs G FG FT Reb Ast Pts I LA-x 16 .518 .802 10.5 9.4 18.3 981 LA 3 .388 .650 13.7 7.0 170 Today's schedule TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 BASKETBALL Southeast of Saline at Sacred Heart, 6:15-8 p.m. Saline Central at Great Bend, 6:15-8 p.m. Sallna South at Hays, 6:15-8 p.m. Ell-Saline at Goessel, 6:15-8 p.m. Solomon at St. John's Military, 7 p.m. TonlgWs games SALINA CENTRAL AT GREAT BEND WHEN- 6:154 p.m. WHERE - Great Bend High School. RECORDS- Boys: Sallna Central 7-8, Great Bend 8-4. Girls: Sallna Central 6-5, Great Bend 4-8. SOUTHEAST OF SALINE AT SACRED HEART WHEN- 6:15-8 p.m. WHERE - Sacred Heart High School. RADIO-KSAL 1150-AM. RECORDS - Boys: Southeast of Saline 58, Sacred Heart 6-7. Girls: Southeast of Saline 6-7, Sacred Heart 13-0. SALINA SOUTH AT HAYS WHEN- 6:1F-8 p.m. WHERE-hays High School. RECORDS- - Boys: Sallna South 2-11, Hays 10-2. Glris: Sallna South 9-4, Hays 7-6. ELL-SAUNE AT QOESSEL WHEN-6:15-8 p.m. WHERE-Goessel High School RECORDS - Boys: Ell-Saline 9-3, Goessel 7-8. Girts: Ell-Saline 10-3. Goessel 7-7. SOLOMON AT SO-MILITARY WHEN-7p.m. WHERE - SL John's Military Academy. RECORDS - Solomon 4-8 overall, 3-3 Elsenhower League; St. John's 0-8,0-5. 1982 LA-x 14 .529 .828 11.3 9.3 17.4 1983 LA 15 .485 .840 8.5 12.6 17.9 1984 LA 21 .551 .800 6.6 13.5 18.2 1985 LAL 19 .513 .847 7.1 15.2 17.5 1988 LAL 14 .537 .766 7.1 15.1 21.6 1987 LAL-X 18 .539 .831 7.7 12.2 21.8 1988 LAL 24 .514 .852 5.4 12.6 19.9 1989 LAL 14 .489 .907 5.9 11.8 16.4 1990 LAL 9 .490 .686 6.3 12.8 25.2 1991 LAL 19 .440 .882 8.1 12.6 21.8 Totals 186 .508 .838 7.7 12.5 19.6 All-Star Game Miri FG FT Reb Ast Pis 1980 LA 24 5-8 2-2 2 4 12 1982 LA 23 5-9 6-7 4 7 16 1983 LA 33 7-16 3-4 5 16 17 1984 LA 37 6-13 2-2 9 22 15 1985 LAL 31 7-14 7-8 5 15 21 1986 LAL 28 1-3 4-4 4 15 6 1987 LAL 34 4-10 1-2 7 13 198B LAL 39 4-15 9-9 6 19 17 1989 LAL DNP-lnjury 1990 LAL-x 25 9-15 04 6 4 22 1991 LAL 28 7-16 0-0 4 3 16 1992 LAL-X 29 9-12 4-45 9 25 Averages 30.1 .489 .905 5.2 11.5 16.0 x-Most Valuable Player Career Highlights Most Valuable Player 1987,1989,1990. All-NBA First Team: 1983-1991. All-NBA Second Team: 1982. All-Rookie Team: 1980. Playoff MVP: 1980,1982,1987. Assist leader 1983,1984,1986,1987. FT percentage leader: 1989. Steals leaden 1981,1982. NCAA Rnal Four MVP: 1979. Records PlayoH assists —2,320. Playoff steals —358. Assists, playoff game — 24 vs. Phoenix, May 15,1984. Assists, playofl game, half —15 vs. Portland, May 3,1985. Assists, championship series game — 21 vs. Boston, June 3,1984. Assists, championship series game, one hail —14 vs. Detroit, June 19,1988. Assists, All-Star game, career—106. Assists, All-Star game — 22,1984. College scores MEN EAST Buffalo 76, Troy St. 61 Duquesne 59, Dayton 56 Mount St. Mary's, Md. 73, Wagner 70 Princeton 75, Haverford 46 Radlord 73, Md.-Baltlmore County 63 Vlllanova 72, Syracuse 69, OT SOUTH Bethune-Cookman 56, S. Carolina St. 51 Davidson 71, Georgia Southern 46 E. Tennessee St. 64, Citadel 49 East Carolina 71, William & Mary 65 Howard U. 63, Coppln St. 62 Maine 84, Hampton U. 81, OT Marshall 95, Furman 71 Murray St. 73, Middle Tennessee 72 N. Carolina A&T 80, Florida ASM 59 N.C.-Ashevllle 62, Wofford 53 N.C.-Greensboro 63, Liberty 56 Old Dominion 67, American U. 47 Richmond 105, George Mason 91 Tenn.-Martln 91, Austin Peay 83,20T Tennessee St. 88, Morehead St. 76 Tennessee Tech 86, E. Kentucky 80 Tn.-Chattanooga71,VMI69 Va. Commonwealth 63, N.C.-Wilmlngton 45 Virginia Tech 85, St. Joseph's 76 W. Carolina 93, Appalachian St. 83 MIDWEST Benedictine 96, William Jewell 77 Bradley 66, Wichita St. 49 Cent. Connecticut St. 79, Youngstown St. 65 Creighton 79, S. Illinois 77 E. Illinois 56, Mo.-Kansas City 54 MidAmerica Nazarene 87, Cent. Methodist 71 N. Illinois 71, Wright St 63 NE Illinois 81, Chicago St. 68 Tulsa 89, N.Iowa 79 Washbum 106, Rockhursl 100 W. Illinois 79, Valparaiso 73 SOUTHWEST Rice 78, Southern U. 70 FAR WEST Colorado 106, Missouri 94 APTop25 men The top 25 teams In The Associated Press' college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 28, total Mints based on 25 point! for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Prv 1. Massachusetts (59) 18-0 1,571 1 2. Kentucky (3) 17-1 1,509 2 3. Kansas 16-1 1,417 3 4. Connecticut (1) 19-1 1,402 4 5. Cincinnati 14-1 1,327 5 6. Villanova 16-3 1,250 7 7. Utah 16-3 1,072 10 8. North Carolina 15-4 1,036 11 9. Georgetown 17-3 1,020 6 0. Penn St. 15-1 944 14 1. Memphis 14-3 940 12 2. Wake Forest 13-3 901 9 3. Virginia Tech 13-2 882 8 4. Arizona 15-3 864 13 5. Texas Tech 16-1 568 22 6. Iowa 15-4 540 22 7. Purdue 15-4 524 19 8. Syracuse 14-5 520 17 9. UCLA 13-5 476 15 20. Michigan 144 276 16 21. Boston College 12-4 193 20 22. Auburn 15-4 177 21 23. E. Michigan 15-1 160 — 24. Clemson 12-4 132 18 25. Georgia Tech 13-8 106 — Other receiving votes: Iowa St. 98, Marquette 67, Washington 65,-Louisville 52, Stanford 48, Arkansas 44, California 43, New Mexico 41, Mississippi St 34, Wis.-Green Bay 28, Illinois 21, Missouri 21, Georgia 20, George Washington 14, Tulsa 12, South Carolina 10, Temple 10, Tulane 9, Alabama 7, Nebraska 7, Princeton 6, Texas 3, Duke 2, Santa Clara 2, Coll. ol Charleston 1, Wisconsin 1. AP Top 25 women The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with fret-place votes In parentheses, records through Jan. 28, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th- place vote and last week's ranking: Record PI* Prv 1. Georgia (37) 16-2 994 2 2. Louisiana Tech (1) 17-1 918 1 3. Tennessee (2) 17-3 909 4 4. Connecticut 18-3 903 3 5. Stanford 15-2 841 6 6. Iowa 17-1 779 8 7. Vanderbllt 15-2 751 5 8. Texas Tech 16-2 746 9 9. Virginia 15-1 622 7 10. Wisconsin 18-2 620 13 11. Old Dominion 15-2 617 11 12. Duke 17-3 549 12 13. Penn SL 15-5 507 10 14. N. Carolina St. 14-4 416 14 15. Alabama . 164 401 17 16. Colorado 18-5 390 16 17. Clemson 14-2 368 16 18. Oregon St. 12-4 336 15 19. Oklahoma St. 15-3 210 24 20. Mississippi 13-5 187 23 21. Florida 16-5 177 20 22. Purdue 12-8 176 21 23. Northwestern 15-5 104 19 24. Arkansas 15-7 88 22 25. Auburn 14-5 79 25 Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 60, Middle Tenn. 47, Montana 25, North Carolina 24, SW Missouri St. 24, Southern Miss. 19, Kansas ft, Colorado St. 13, DePaul 13, San Diego St 10, Arizona 9, Stephen F.Austin 8, Southern Meth. 7, Washington 7, Texas A&M 6, Texas 5, Villanova 5, Nebraska 4, Ohio St. 4, Tulane 3. Grambling St 1, Indiana 1, Toledo 1, Washington St. 1. College men BRADLEY 68, WICHITA STATE 49 WICHITA STATE Callls 6-11 2-6 14, Herrs 1-6 2-3 5, Miller 2-5 0-0 4, McKey 3-6 2-2 8, Hill 2-7 0-0 4, Williams 0-2 0-0 0, Schultz 0-1 0-0 0, Amett 4-101-210, Bryant 0-21-21, Kleidpn 1-1 00 2, Bunch 0-2121. Totals 19-53 9-17 49 BRADLEY Parker 5-9 0-0 14, Punches 4-5 2-3 10, Aklnkunle 4-41-49, Zobrist 4-7 0-0 9, Wright 12 04 2, Coupet 1-40-02, Samuels 04 4-5 4, Jurrell 3-7 0-0 6, Klelne 2-5 4-4 8, Schalrer 0-1 0-0 0, Nwaogwugwu 1-10-02, Jackson 04 0-1 0, Baptist 1-1 041. Toys 26-5211-17 68 Halftlme — Bradley 32-22. 3-polnt goals — WS 2-7 (Herrs 1 -3, Miller 0-1, Schultz 0-1, Amett 1-1, Bryant 0-1), B 5-12 Parker 4-6, Zobrist 1-3, Klelne 0-2, Schalrer 0-1). Rebounds — WS 29 Callis 7), Bradley 41 (Bunell 6). Total fouls — WS 18, B 17. Fouled out — Williams, Coupet. 'echnlcal fouls — Bradley bench. Assists — WS 12 (McKey 7), B19 (Wright 7). Turnovers — 4, 816. A— 9,179 COLORADO 106, MISSOURI 94 MISSOURI (13-7) Winfield 1-4 0-0 2, Grimm 4-10 6-7 17, Haley 3-7 0-2 6, Moore 3-6 0-2 6, Sutherland 5-10 8-8 19, Walther 0-2 00 0, Ferguson 1-21-2 3, Tate 5-6 4-6 14, Thames 7-13 4-6 18, Haley 3-4 3-4 9, Murdock 0-1 04 0. Totals 32-65 26-37 94 COLORADO (6-11) Moore 11-15 3-4 25, Kritza 3-8 2-2 8, Jensen 0-2 3-4 3, Blllups 7-17 12-14 27, Tuck 8-16 3-4 25, Frier 0-4 04 0, Daniel 1-14-47, Melvin 2-4 7-811, Griffin 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 32-67 34-42106. Halftlme—Colorado 56, Missouri 44. 3-Polnt goals—Missouri 4-12 (Grimmm 3-6, Sutherland !-2, Walther 0-2, Ferguson 0-1, Murdock 0-1), lolorado 8-15 (Billups 1-5, Tuck 6-8, Frier 0-1, Daniel 1-1). Fouled out—Winfield, Sutherland, "ate, Frier. Rebounds—Missouri 36 (Winfield, Grimm and Thames 7), Colorado 45 (Moore 15). Assists—Missouri 22 (Grimm, Moore 5), Colorado 25 (Tuck, Frier 6). Total fouls—Missouri 25, Colorado 28. A—4,129. NO. 6 VILLANOVA 72 SYRACUSE 69, OT VILLANOVA (17-3) Komegay 1-2 0-3 2, Eberz 5-11 2-2 14, Lawson 6-7 3-5 15, Kittles 9-18 4-6 26, Williams 51 1-2 11, Penn 0-3 040, Brawn 2-3 044. Ce- estand 04 04 0, Bigus 04 04 0. Totals 28-55 0-1872. SYRACUSE (14-6) Wallace 11-21 7-10 31, Burgan 3-114-811, Hill 2-5 04 4, Cipolla 1-4 04 3, Sims 3-5 04 7, Reafsnyder 1-4 2-2 4, Janulls 4-9 04 9. Totals 5-5913-2069. Halftlme—Syracuse 34, Vlllanova 32. Regula- on—Syracuse 65, Vlllanova 65. 3-Polnt oals—Villanova 6-20 (Kittles 4-7, Eberz 2-8, irown 0-1, Williams 0-4), Syracuse 8-20 (Wai- ace 2-4, Cipolla 1-3, Sims 1-3, Janulis 1-5, Bur- gan 1-5). Fouled out—Komegay, Hill. Re bounds-Vlllanova 37 (Kittles, Williams 9 Syracuse 34 (Wallace, Burgan 7). Assists—VI lanova 17 (Williams S), Syracuse 15 (Sims 5 Total fouls—Vlllanova 18, Syracuse 17. ' 23,088. NO. 13 VIRGINIA TECH 85 ST. JOSEPH'S 76 ST. JOSEPH'S (7-8) Townsend 6-90-012, Doroan! 44 04 9, John son 341-2 7, Bass 3-112-210, Bey 3-5 2-2 9 Myers 5-11 9-10 23, Retro* 1-2 2-2 4, Sim monds 0-1 04 0, Page 0-3 2-2 2. Totals 25-54 18-2076. VIRGINIA TECH (14-2) CustJs 5-13 7-1217, Smith 3-4 7-713, TJack son 6-7 0412, Good 2-4 2-2 7, Wellington 310-1018, JJackson 3-41-38, D.Jackson 0-2 0 0 0, Manns 1-3 2-4 4, Gullkxy 1-2 04 2 Matthews 2-3 04 4. Totals 26-49 29-38 85. Halfllme—Virginia Tech 35, St Joseph's 32 3-Polnt goals-St Joseph's 8-22 (Myers 4-10 Bass 2-7, Bey 1-1, Domanl 1-2, Slmmonds 0-1 Page 0-1), Virginia Tech 4-10 (WatJIngton 2-3 Good 1-1, JJackson 1-2, Custls 0-1, TJackson 0-1, D.Jackson 0-1, Manns 0-1). Fouled out- Johnson, Bey, Slmmonds, Rebounds—St Joseph's 25 (Johnson 8), Virginia Tech 34 (CustJs 12). Asslsts-St Joseph's 10 (Doman Bey 3), Virginia Tech 17 (Custls, Good 4). Total foujs—St Joseph's 26, Virginia Tech 17. Tech- nicals—Bey, Matthews. A—6,731. NAIA N men TULSA, Okla.—The top 25 teams In the NA IA Division II men's basketball poll with fret place votes In parentheses, records througl Jan. 29, total points and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1. Bethel, Ind. (21) 22- 1 549 t 2. Albertson, Idaho 19- 2 526 2 3. Walsh, Ohio 19- 3 489 4 4. Concordla, Neb. 19- 3 456 5 5. Trinity Intl., III. 18- 2 448 3 6. Wm. Jewell, Mo. 20- 4 436 8 7. Alice Lloyd, Ky. 19- 4 392 8 8. Whitworth, Wash. 13- 4 387 7 9. Embry Riddle, Fla. 17-7 355 11 10. Ozarks, Mo. 16- 4 303 14 11. St. Ambrose, Iowa 18- 6 277 9 12. St Joseph's, Maine 16- 2 254 14 13. Berea, Ky. 13- 5 247 10 14. Western Oregon 15- 5 248 19 15. Dominican, N.Y. 17-4 233 20 16. Ohio Dominican 17- 7 228 11 17. Phila. Pharmacy IB- 2 160 21 18. Indiana Tech 13- 8 112 18 (tie) Taylor, Ind. 15- 9 112 17 20. Aquinas, Mich. 15-8 93 — 21. Tabor 13-6 88 — 22. MidAmerica Nzm 10-13 74 22 23. Black Hills St, S.D. 13-6 72 13 24. Dakota Wslyn, S.D. 12- 7 70 — 25. Flagler, Ra. 17-4 63 — NAIA II women TULSA, Okla.—The lop 25 teams In the NAIA Division II women's basketball poll with fret- place voles In parentheses, records through January 29, total points and previous rankings: Record PU Pvs 1. Doane, Neb. (13) 21- 4 536 1 2. Western Oregon (2) 16- 4 511 3 3. Huron, S.D. (4) 15- 2 508 2 4. Shawnee St, Onto (2) 20- 2 447 4 5. Evangel, Mo. 18- 4 441 5 8. Sterling (1) 18- 0 423 18 7. NW Nazarene, Idaho 13- 7 378 9 8. Black Hills St S.D. 15- 4 356 18 tie. St Ambrose, Iowa 17- 5 356 10 10. Georgetown, Ky. 15- 3 305 13 11. Willamette, Ore. 11- 5 287 7 12. Midland Lutheran, Neb. 16- 4 284 12 13. Flndlay, Ohio 18- 5 262 17 14. Brescia, Ky. 18- 3 243 14 15. Cardinal Strltch, WIs. 13- 4 239 11 16. Alice Uoyd, Ken. 18- 4 199 18 17. Dickinson State, N.D. 10- 5 164 15 tie. Southern Oregon 13- 9 164 18 19. Bethany 15- 2 172 19 20. Tusculum, Tenn. 17- 4 111 23 21. Tri-State, Ind. 14-8 99 24 22. Telkyo Man/crest, Iowa 18- 4 69 25 23. St. Thomas Aqns.N.Y. 16-4 66 21 24. Western Baptist, Ore. 16- 8 53 20 25. Hardln Simmons, Tx11-5 48 — High school boys RILEY COUNTY 62, LINN 54 Unn 18 18 14 6-54 Riley County 17 14 14 17 - 62 Linn (8-9) - C.HIttgen 8, Meier 3, H.HIHgen 18, S. Ohlde 7, Uffman 11, T.Ohlde 3, Voelker4. Rlley County (6-7) - McGraw 17, Stelner 8, Buseman 1, Undsey 8, Sullivan 11, Wimberty 17 CLIFTON-CLYDE 65, HANOVER 64 Clifton-Clyde 18 12 21 16-65 Hanover 20 14 15 15 - 64 Clifton-Clyde (11-3)- Stelnbrock 33, Chaput 6, Stolzenburg 8, LeDuc 6, Wurtz 6," Anderson 6. Hanover (8-8) - Jueneman 3, Sedlacek 10, Holle 2, R.Mueller 11, B.Mueller 10, Rohr 16, Harian 12. High school girls MINNEAPOLIS CLASSIC Third Place NEMAHA VALLEY 71, CHAPMAN 35 Chapman (54) Beemer 3-10 04 8, Deeds 0-5 04 0, Bathurst 0-2 0-0 0, Albers 6-111-413, Moseng 0-4 04 0, Gleller 34 0-1 6, Hanson 34 04 6, Rock 0-2 00 0, Anderson 2-4 0-1 4, Riekeman 0-1 04 0. Totals 17-511435. Nemaha Valley (7-5) Korte 6-15 3-715, Feldkamp 3-10 0-1 7, Clark 2-10 54 9, Buetzer 5-7 0411, Runnebaum 34 2-2 6, Nordhus 0-2 4-4 4, Glissman 0-3 2-2 2, Rotinghaus 2-51-2 5, Lueger 3-5 4-4 10. Totals 244321-2871. Jhapman 5 8 6 16-35 Nemaha Valley 19181519-71 3-polnt goals - C 0-2, NV 2-5 (Feldkamp, iuetzer). Rebounds - C 33 (Albers 9), NV 47 Korte 11). Toy fouls - C 20, NV 14. Fouled out - None. Turnovers - C 27, NV 15. Championship HILLSBORO 54, MINNEAPOLIS 46 Hlllsboro (10-1) RatzlafM-172-310, Harder 34 4411, Myers 6-13 0-2 17, Chisholm 0-1 0-1 0, Voth 5-13 4-5 4, Hill 1-3 04 2, Suderman 04 04 0, Penner 04 04 0. Totals 19-5310-17 54. Minneapolis (12-1) Hauck 34 3-511, M.McGavran 2-7 04 5, Allison 3-5 046, Shupe 8-14 3-719, Chancy 1-3 02 2, Trout 0-1 0-1 0, Cartson 04 3-4 3, Shoemaker 0-2 04 0, LMcGavran 0-1 0-1 0. Totals 7-41 9-20 46. Illlsboro 17 11 10 16-54 Minneapolis 8 11 14 13-46 3-point goals - H 6-14 (Myers 5, Harder), M 39 (Hauck 2, M.McGavran). Rebounds - H 22 Ratzlafl 9), M 43 (Shupe 17). Total fouls - H 22, M 20. Fouled out - Shoemaker (M). Turnovers H 8, M 22. ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Chapman - Kami Albers. Hlllsboro - Tesha Ratzlaff; Ruth Harder. Minneapolis - Krlstl Shupe; Michelle Hauck; Amber Allison. Ell- Saline - Mellnda Griffin; Erica Jensen. City Center - Kelly Blake. Nemtha Valley - Nlkkl Runnebaum. HANOVER 46, CLIFTON-CLYDE 45 Clifton-Clyde B 13 11 13 - 45 Hanover 11 10 15 10 - 46 Clinon-Clyde - Knoettgen 11, Bowman 4, Lervold 9, Beems 14, Bechard 1, Bergstrom 6. Hanover (6-10) - G.Teglmeler 15, A,Tegt- meler 6, Kruse 8, Hone 9, Sedlacek 4, Hagedom Freshmen SALINA SOUTH 76, HAYS 31 Hays 7 14 6 4 - 31 Sallna South 17 20 16 23 - 78 Hays (13-3) - Mitchell 4, McGuIre 2, Ackerman 2, Unenberger 4, Josh SheRon 4, Justin Shelton <; Copeland 2, Williams 2, Augustine 3, Ruppl. Sallna South (104) — Ebert 13, Puvogel 10, Stein 5, Thompson 6, Keopraseuth 6, Kllngzell 13,St.Clalr7,Schmldl16. B-Team — Hays, 29-23. GIRLS SALINA SOUTH 44, HAYS 29 Hays 5 5 9 10 — 29 Sallna South 1410 614 — 44 Hays - Shonk 2, Mtohaells 4, Worth 3, Robinson 5, Schmeldler 7, Hartman 2, Sprague 3, Breeden2,HeH1. Sallna South — Calhoun 12, Phommonorat 5, Harbaugh 5, Peterson 10, Pratt 6, Blxby 6. Junior high SACRED HEART TOURNAMENT GIRLS ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN B 25 ELL-SAUNE 10 Roosevelt-Uncoln 0 12 6 5 — 25 Ell-Saline 4 2 4 0 — 10 Roosevelt-Uncoln — Grtffln 8, Rate 4, Blakely 4, Garlow 5, Burgess 2, Grant 2. Ell-Saline - Weems 4, Taytor 2, Scott 4. Belleville 28, Fort Riley 14 BOYS ELL-SALINE 36 ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN B 30 Ell-Saline 5 11 9 10 — 35 Roosevelt-Lincoln 5 9 4 12 — 30 Ell-Saline — Walker 2, Willis 4, Wlndholz 7, Welgel 11, DeboldS, MerrlfekU, Hutcrafte Roosevelt-Uncoln — Alt 5, Hull 6, Lund 2, Johnson 4, M. Wilson 8, Herbal 2, Whlttaker 1, J. Wilson 2 SACRED HEART 40, KANOPOLJS 22 Kanopolls 5 0 11 6-22 Sacred Heart 613 7 14 - 40 Kanopolls—Johnson 1, Stone 3, Sherman '4, Worrell 3, Munoz 2, Freeman 2, Brownback 7. Sacred Heart — Sheahon 3, Frank 2, Staton 5, Herbel 6, Ryan 1, Campbell 7, Knlpp 2, Kelley 6, Evel 8. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPts OF GA N.Y. Rangers 30 11 9 69 187 138 Florida 31 13 5 67 174 131 Philadelphia 24 14 11 59 169 129 Washington 23 20 5 51 132 122 lew Jersey 21 22 5 47 126 121 Tampa' Bay 20 20 7 47 139 157 N.Y. Islanders 12 27 8 32 133 179 Northeast Division 'tttsburgh 31 15 3 65 237 164 Montreal 24 19 6 54 155 151 3oston ' 20 20 6 46 168 172 Hartford 18 24 6 42 132 146 Buffalo 19 25 3 41 136 154 Ottawa 9 37 2 20 111 192 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPts GF GA Detroit 34 9 4 72 177 104 Chicago 25 15 11 61 172 141 'oronlo 22 17 9 53 149 139 St Louis 20 20 8 48 129 134 Winnipeg 21 24 4 46 172 179 Dallas 14 24 10 38 132 166 Pacific Division Colorado 26 14 9 61 189 138 Vancouver 17 19 12 48 176 164 Los Angeles 17 22 11 45 167 173 Calgary 17 23 9 43 144 155 Edmonton 18 24 6 42 133 183 Anaheim 17 27 5 39 139 168 San Jose 10 35 4 24 145 221 Sunday's Games Washington 3, Philadelphia 2, OT Montreal 5, Boston 4 Monday's Games Ottawa 4, SI Louis 2 Florida 2, Pittsburgh 1 Winnipeg 2, Dallas 1 Tuesday's Games Buffalo at N.Y. Islanders, 6:30 p.m. Toronto at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Edmonton at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. New Jersey at Vancouver, 9:30 p.m. Hartford at San Jose, 9:30 p.m. General Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Traded Lee Tlnsley end GJenn Murray, outfielders, and Ken Ryan, pltch- r, to Philadelphia for Heathcliff Slocumb and Larry Wimberty, pitchers, and Rick Holylleld, utflelder. CALIFORNIA ANGELS-Slgned Steve On- rveros and Shawn Boskle, pitchers, to mlnor- eague contracts. CLEVELAND INDIANS-Slgned Scott Leius, nflelder, to a minor-league contract. MINNESOTA TWINS-Slgned Roberto Kelly, uttlelder, to a minor-league contract. NEW YORK YANKEES-Agreed to terms with KM 0|ala and Brien Taylor, pitchers, and Mike Figa, catcher, on one-year contracts. Signed Gerald erry, first baseman, to a minor-league contract. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Agreed to terms ith Pedro Munoz, outfielder, on a one-year -onlract. Claimed Aaron Small, pitcher, off aivers from Seattle. National League COLORADO ROCKIES—Signed Curtis Leskanic, pitcher Jayhawk Owens, catcher; and arvey Pulllam, outfielder. BASKETBALL Continental Basketball Association ROCKFORD UGHTINING—Traded the rights ) Steve Henson, guard, to Oklahoma City lor he rights to Greg Drelllng, center. Activated Larry Sykes, forward, from the Injured list. laced Chad Gallagher, center, on the Inactive eserve list. BLUE VALLEY " League Overall galley Heights 5 1 10 3 .Clifton-Clyde 4193 'Rlley County 3257 jHanover 3387 ,Linn 1468 •Washington 0 5 2 11 1 This Week's Games 5 Monday - Clifton-Clyde at Hanover; flnn at Rlley County. 1 Tuesday-Norton at Valley Heights; «Hton-Clyde at North Central; Rock 'Creek al Riley County. : Friday - Clifton-Clyde at Valley Heights; Washington at Riley County; Unn al Hanover. HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS ifMorthem Valley CHEYENNE 9 5 9 5 4 6 12 3 3 11 5 6 1 10 Kensington Castem Heights .Moriand lenora . . , I This Week's Games t Tuesday - Hill Ctty at Northern Valley; Logan at Stockton; Palco fit Natoma; White Rock at Kens- yigton; Eastern Heights at Pike Malley; Moriand at Healy; Lenora M Twin Valley (Neb.). I Friday - Northern Valley at Moriand; Logan at Eastern Wights; Palco at Kensington; Hemdon at Lenora. .Saturday - Golden Plains at lenora. I' COTTONWOODVALLEY paw County 6 0 10 2 ( I Sacred Heart 3267 Council Grove 3257 Herington 2358 Remington 1375 Marion 0 5 2 11 This Week's Games Tuesday - Council Grove at Herlng- Ion; SE-Saline at Sacred Heart; Centre at Remington. Friday - Chase County at Northern Heights; Council Grove at Clay Center; Sacred Heart at Marlon; Eureka at Herington. EISENHOWER Bennlngton 5 0 11 3 Hope 5 0 10 4 Centre 4 1 10 4 Solomon 3348 Wakefleld 2267 WhiteCity 2359 Tescod 1 4 3 13 StXavler 1529 SI John's Military 0508 This Week's Games Tuesday - Sylvan at Bennlng- ton; St. Xavler at Hope; Centre at Remington; Solomon at SJ-MIII- tary; Wakefleld at St. Marys Academy; White City at Madison; Wilson at Tescott. Friday - Centre at Bennington; Hope at Solomon; SI Xavler al Wakefleld; SJ-Mllitary al White City; Tlpton at Tescott. 1-70 TopekaHIgh 5 0 10 3 Manhattan 4193 TopekaWesI 3257 Sallna Central 2376 Junction City 1456 Salina South 05 2 11 This Week's Games Tuesday - Lawrence at Topeka High; Salina Central at Great Bend; Seaman at Manhattan; Topeka West at Washbum Rural; Sallna South at Hays. Friday - Manhattan at Topeka High; > Salina Central at Junction City; Topeka West at Sallna South. . Saturday - Leavenworth at Manhattan. MID-CONTINENT Victoria 6194 Hill City 4192 Ellis 5 2 11 3 Plainville 1 4286 Norton 3259 Trego 3377 Osbome 1468 Stockton 1466 Phllllpsburg 1 4 1 10 Smith Center 0 5 1 10 This Week's Games Tuesday - Hill City at Northern Valley; Quinter at Ellis; Norton at Oberiin; Oakley at Trego; Logan at Stockton; Phllllpsburg at Southern Valley (Neb.). Friday - Phlllipsburg at Victoria; Norton at Hill City; Ellis at Smith Center; Stockton at Plainville; Trego at Osbome. Saturday - Hill City at Ransom; Hols- inglon at Smith Center. MID-STATE Holsington 2 0 12 0 TMP-Marian 3168 Pratt 1128 Lamed 0 1 1 12 Russell 0339 This Week's Games Tuesday - Lamed at Pratt; Russell at Belolt. Friday - Wichita Collegiate at TMP- Marian; Pratt at Holsington; Lamed at Russell. Saturday - Hoisington at Smith Center. NCAA Belleville 4 0 13 2 Minneapolis 2294 Belolt 2267 Ellsworth 2376 SE-Saline 1458 This Week's Games Tuesday - Concordia at Minneapolis; Russell at Belolt; Ellsworth at Lincoln; SE-Saline at Sacred Heart Friday - Ellsworth at Belleville; Beloit at Minneapolis; Lincoln at SE-Saline. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS Clay Center 6 0 11 2 Marysville 4193 Concordla 2385 Abilene 2367 Wamego 2467 Chapman 0557 This Week'e Games Tuesday - Chapman at Clay Center; Marysville at Wabaunsse; Concordia at Minneapolis; Abilene at Hayden. Friday - Council Grove at Clay Center; Chapman at Marysville; Abilene at Concordla. Saturday - Hayden at Chapman. NORTHWEST KANSAS Oakley Goodland Atwood St. Francis Colby Scott City 3063 2 0 10 2 2 1 11 3 2185 1147 1148 Oberiin 0 3 2 11 Hoxle '04 1 12 This Week's Games Tuesday - Oakley at Trego; Hoxle at Atwood; Scott City at Sublelte; Norton at Oberiin. Friday - Goodland at St. Francis; Oakley at Atwood; Colby at Obertln; Hoxle at Scott City. Saturday - Hays at Goodland; Lakin at Oakley; St Francis at Cheylin. PIKE TRAIL Hillcrest 4 0 13 1 White Rock 3 1 11 2 Mankato 3 1 10 4 SJ-Beloil 2265 WacondaEast 2267 Southern Cloud 2357 Jewell 2338 Pike Valley 1449 North Central 03 0 11 This Week'e Games Tuesday - White Rock at Kensington; Mankato at SJ-Beloit; Downs at Waconda East; Tlpton at Southern Cloud; Eastern Heights at Pike Valley; Clifton-Clyde at North Central; Jewell at Hillcrest. Friday - Hillcrest at Southern Cloud; Pike Valley at White Rock; SJ-Beloit al North Central; Waconda East at Jewell. Saturday - Mankato at Waconda East. TWIN LAKES Sylvan 4 0 14 0 Lincoln 4093 Wilson 3177 Uicas-Luray 2277 Tlplon 2358 Downs 2349 Chase 1 4 1 11 Natoma 0 5 0 13 This Week's Games Tuesday - Sylvan'at Bennlng- ton; Ellsworth at Lincoln; Wilson at Tescott; Lucas-Luray at Chase; Tlpton at Southern Cloud; Downs at Waconda East; Palco at Natoma. Friday - Sylvan at Downs; Lincoln at SE-Saline; Natoma at Wilson; Tlpton at Tescott; Chase at Macksville. WKEA Quinter 4 0 10 2 Dkjhlon 2085 LaCrosse 3 1 10 2 Ness City 2285 Ransom 1257 Wheatland 1238 Bazlne 0259 Jetmore 0 4 1 11 This Week's Games Tuesday - Quinter at Ellis; LeoU at Dkjhton; LaCrosse at Qulvlra Heights; Ransom at Hanslon; Whealland at Golden Plains; Ness City al Spearville; Jetmore al Pawnee Heights. Friday - Quinter at Dlghton; LaCrosse at Ransom; Wheatland at Jetmore; Bazlne at Ness Ctty. Saturday - LaCrosse vs. Otis- Bison at Hays; Hill Ctty at Ransom. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY Jennings Cheylin Brewster Sharon Springs Tribune Grinnell 5 1 13 1 5176 4193 4 1 10 4 3174 3264 Weskan 2488 Healy 2457 Triplalns 2546 Golden Plains 1 6 3 10 Utlca 0 5 0 12 This Week's Games Tuesday - Jennings at Grinnell; Sharon Springs at Weskan; Plalnview (Colo.) at Tribune; Moriand at Healy; Wheatland at Golden Plains; Triplalns at Brewster. Friday - Brewster at Jllca; Jennings at Sharon Springs; Triplalns at Cheylin; Tribune al Healy; Grinnell at Weskan. Saturday - Sharon Springs at Brewster; St. Francis at Cheylin; Utlca at Tribune; Holcomb at Healy; Golden Plains at Lenora. OTHERS McPherson - 13 o Hlllsboro - 11 o Hays 10 2 Ell-Saline 9 3 Hemdon 8 5 Qulvlra Heights 7 5 Canton-Galva 7 6 Smoky Valley - 5 g This Week's Games Tuesday - Elllnwood at Hlllsboro; Ell- Saline at Goessel; Sallna South at Hays; Central Christian at Canton-Galva; LaCrosse at Qulvlra Heights; Smoky Valley al Lyons. Friday -McPherson at Arkansas City; Lyons at Hlllsboro; Ell-Saline at Central Christian; Hemdon at Lenora; Canton- Galva at Inman; Qulvlra Heights al Greensburg; Hesston at Smoky Valley. Saturday - Hays at Goodland. Tuesday, January 30 Television BASKETBALL 11 a.m. - Alabama at Tennessee (women) Prime, cable 43 1 p.m. - UCLA at USC (women) Prime, cable 43 6:30 p.m. - Iowa at Indiana ESRN, cable 38 6:30 p.m. - Seton Hall at Pittsburgh E8PN2, cable 39i 7 p.m. - Denver at Minnesota (NBA) Prime, cable 37 1 7 p.m. - Chicago at Houston (NBA) , TNT, cable 41. 8:30 p.m. - LSU at Arkansas ESPN, cable 38 8:30 p.m. - St. Louis at Memphis (NBA) ESPN2, cable 39 9:30 p.m. - UAB at Marquette Prime, cable 37 GENERAL 10 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 5:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight .CNN, cable 23 10:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 12:30 p.m.,- Sports Latenlght , CNN, cable 23 1 a.m. - Sportscenter. ESPN, cable 38 Radio BASKETBALL 6:05 p.m. - Fastbreak KSAL, 1150-AM 6:30 p.m. - Southeast of Saline at Sacred Heart KSAL, 1150-AM 10 p.m. - Scoreboard Show KSAj; 98.5-FM 10:30 p.m.-Scoreboard Show KSAL, 1150-AM GENERAL 5:30 p.m. - KSAL Sports Talk Show KSAL, 1150-AM SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing • TINTON FALLS, N.J. — Al Unser Jr., the biggest winner in the International Race of •' Champions series, was'among four drivers announced Monday to complete the 12-man field fdr the all-star event. Joining Unser, who owns nine IROC race wins and-two series championships, > were fellow Indy-car stars Scott Pruett and Robtiy Gordon, and SCCA Trans-Am champion Tom Kendall. This will be a record llth IROC appearance for Unser, a two-time winner of both the In 1 - dianapolis 500 and the PPG Indy Car World Series. Pruett returns for his third IROC series and Kendall his fourth. Gordon is an IROC rookie. Basketball • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dedric Willoughby of Iowa State and Renee Roberts of Oklahoma State have been named Big Eight players of the week. Willoughby averaged 18 points a game and shot 87 percent from the free-throw line hi victories over Colorado and Oklahoma. Roberts averaged 13.5 points and 7.5 rebounds in victories over Colorado and Missouri. She was named Monday in a split vote over Kim Martin of Iowa State. • HOUSTON — Philadelphia 76ers guard Vernon Maxwell was sentenced Monday to 90 days in jail after failing to meet court orders on a marijuana possession charge. However, Maxwell's attorneys moved quickly to file an appeal, making: it unlikely that the 30-year-old would see the in- > side of a jail cell just yet. Maxwell shook his head but said nothing as County Court-at-Law Judge ' Don Jackson issued the sentence — three times the punishment sought by prosecutor Lance '• Long. Last Oct. 30, Maxwell pleaded no-contest td a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession. He was ordered at the time to complete drug rehabilitation and submit to regular drug testing, requirements he failed to meet. Football • NEW YORK — Kansas City quarterback Steve Bono was chosen Monday to replace injured Miami quarterback Dan Marino on the AFC team for the Pro Bowl. With Marino out, Cincinnati's Jeff Blake will start the all-star game Sunday night. Bono, in his llth season, will be making his first Pro Bowl appearance. In his first year as a starter, he passed for 21 touchdowns and 3,121 yards in leading the Chiefs to a 13-3 record and the AFC West title. Marino will miss the game because of knee and hip injuries. • NEW YORK — The Super Bowl on NBC was watched by more people than any show in TV history, the network said Monday, crediting a blockbuster game, good production decisions and the help of a few "Friends." NBC said it estimat-' ed total U.S. viewership of Dallas' 27-17 victory ' over Pittsburgh at 138,488,000. The previous ; record was the 1994 Super Bowl between Dallas ' and Buffalo on NBC, watched by an estimated 134,800,000. ' Tennis • MELBOURNE, Australia — Australian Open ^ tennis officials received an anonymous phone * call threatening the life of Monica Seles the night before she played in the women's final, a Melbourne newspaper reported Tuesday. Seles and her family were not told of the call, the Herald Sun newspaper reported. The death threat, made by telephone to the Tennis Australia offices, was kept from Seles so she could concentrate on her tennis, but security around her was boosted, the newspaper said. The newspaper said police investigated the call and assigned a uniformed officer to each entrance door of the main stadium for the women's final. • WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Australian Open finalist Michael Chang, Todd Martin, Patrick McEnroe and Pat Galbraith on Monday were named to the U.S. team that will face Mexico in the opening round of Davis Cup World Group play. The best-of-5-matches competition will be held Feb. 9-11 in Carlsbad, Calif. • LONDON — While Mats Wilander's lawyers ' filed a lawsuit against the International Tennis ' Federation over drug allegations Monday, the : ITF refused comment. Lawyer BUI Ryan said the ' former French Open champion had filed the suit ' in London. It claimed a breach of contract over a allegations that Wilander and Czech Karel Novacek tested positive for cocaine at last year's French Open. Both players have denied the alle- ' gations and are suing the ITF. e. 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