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Page 12 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 15, 1988 Sports Sports Scoreboard College Basketball All-America Team List NEW YORK (AP) - The 1987-88 Associated Press All-America basketball team: First Team Sean Elliott, W, junior, Arizona Gary Grant, 6-3, senior, Michigan Hersey Hawkins, 6-3, senior, Bradley Danny Manning, 6-10, senior, Kansas J.R. Reid, 6-9, sophomore, North Carolina Second Team Danny Ferry, 6-10, junior, Duke jetl Grayer, 6-5, senior, Iowa State Sieve Kerr, 6-2, senior, Arizona Jerome Lane, 6-6, junior, Pittsburgh Mark Macon, 6-5, Ireshman, Temple Third Team Fennis Dembo, 6-5, senior, Wyoming Sherman Douglas, 6-0, junior, Syracuse Byron Larkin, 6-3, senior, Xavier, Ohio Will Perdue, 7-0, senior, Vanderbilt Michael Smith, 6-7, Brigham Young Honorable Mention Dana Barros, Boston College; Ricky Berry, San Jose State; Rex Cnapman, Kentucky; Derrick Chievous, Missouri; Derrick Coleman. Syracuse; Hank Gatrters, Loyola, Calif.; Harvey Grant, Oklahoma; Skip Henderson, Marshall; Troy Lewis, Purdue; Don Majerle, Central Michigan; Vemon Maxwell, Florida; Darryl Middleton, Baylor; Todd Mitchell, Purdue; Dyron Nix, Tennessee; Daren Queenan, Lehigh; Mitch Richmond, Kansas State; David Rivers, Notre Dame; Lionel Simmons, La Salle; Charles Smith, Pittsburgh; Rik Smits, Marisl. Ali-8i9Ten CHICAGO (AP) - The 1988 Associated Press All-Big Ten Basketball Team, listed in order ol votes: FIRST TEAM Gary Grant. Michigan, 6-3, Sr., Canton. Ohio Glen Rice, Michigan, 6-7, Jr., Flint, Mich. Dean Garrelt, Indiana, 6-10, Sr., San Clamente, Calif. Todd Mitchell, Purdue, 6-7, Sr., Toledo, Ohio Troy Lewis, Purdue, 8-4, Sr., And e r s o n , I n d . SECOND TEAM B.J. Armstrong, Iowa, 6-2, Jr., Detroit Shon Morris, Northwestern, 6-10, Er.,Altoona, Iowa Everetle Stephens, Purdue, 6-2, Sr., Evanaton, III. Nick Anderson, Illinois, 6-6, Soph., Chicago Jay Burson, Ohio Stale, 6-0, Jr., New Concord, Ohio HONORABLE MENTION Illinois-Ken Battle Indiana-Jay Edwards, Keith Smart Iowa-Roy Marble, Kent Hill Michigan-Terry Mills Michigan State-Ken Redtield Minnesota-Willie Burton, Richard Colfey Northwestern-Jetl Grose Ohio State-Jerry Francis, Curtis Wilson Purdue-Mel McCants Wisconsin-Danny Jones, Trent Jackson, Byron Robinson PLAYER OF THE YEAH Gary Grant, Michigan FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Jay Edwards, Indiana, W Marion, Ind. NCAA EAST REGIONAL First Round At Chapel Hill, N.C. Thursday, March 17 Missouri, 19-10 vs. Rhode Island, 26-6,12:07 p.m. Syracuse, 25-3, vs. North Carolina AST, 26-2,2:37 p.m. Southern Methodist, 27-0, vs. Notre Dame, 20-8,7:07 p.m. Duke, 24-6, vs. Boston University, 23-7,9:37 p.m. At Hartford, Conn. Friday, March 18 Georgia Tech, 21-9, vs. Iowa State, 20-11,12:07 p.m. Indiana, 19-9, vs. Richmond, 2<H1, 2:37 p.m, Temple, 29-1, vs. Lehigh, 21-9, 7:07 p.m. Georgetown, 19-9, vs. Louisiana Stale, 16-13,9:37 p.m. Second Round At Chapel Hill, N.C. Saturday, March 19 Missouri-Rhode Island winner vs. Syracuse-N.C. AST winner, 12:20 p.m. Duke-Boston U. winner vs. SMU- Notre Dame winner, 30 minutes following first game. At Hartford, Conn. Sunday, March 20 Temple-Lehigh winner vs. Georgetown-LSU winner, 12:20p.m. Georgia Tech-Iowa St. winner vs. Indiana-Richmond winner, 30 minutes following first game. Semifinals At East Rutherford, N.J. Thursday, March 14 Duke-Boston U.-SMU-Notre Dame winner vs. Missouri-Rhode Island-Syracuse-N.C. AST winner Temple-Lehish-Georgetown-LSU winner vs. Georgia Tech-Iowa St.—Indiana-Richmond winner Championship At East Rutherford, N.J. Saturday, March 26 Semifinal winners SOUTHEAST REGIONAL First Round Al Atlanta Thursday, March 17 Auburn, 18-10, vs. Bradley, 26-4, 12:07 p.m. Oklahoma, 30-3, vs. Tennessee- Chatlanoopa, 20-12,2:37p.m. Brigham Young, 25-5, vs. North Carolina Charlotte, 22-S, 7:07 p.m. Louisville, 22-10, vs. Oregon St., 25-10,9:37 p.m. At Cincinnati Friday, March 16 Villanovs, 21-12, vs. Arkansas, 21-8, 12:07 p.m. Illinois, 22-9, vs. Texas-San Antonio, 22-8,2:37 p.m. Maryland, 17-12, vs. California-Santa Barbara, 22-6,7;07p.m. Kentucky, 25-5, vs. Southern University, 24-6,9:37 p.m. Second Round At Atlanta Saturday, March 18 Oklahcma-Tn.-Chattanooga winner vs. Auburn-Bradley winner, 5 p.m. Louisville-Oregon St. winner vs. BYU-N.C. Charlotte winner, 30 minutes following first game. At Cincinnati Sunday, March 20 Kentucky-Southern winner Maryland-Cal-Sanla Barbara winner, 2:20 p.m. VHIanova-Arkansas winner vs. Illinois-Texas-San Antonio winner, 3!) minutes following first game. Semifinals At Birmingham, Ala. Thursday, March 24 Oklahoma-Tn.-Chattanooga— Auburn-Bradley winner vs. Louisville-Oregon St.-BYU-N.C. Charlotte winner Kentucky-Southern—Maryland- Cal-Santa Barbara winner vs. Villanova-Arkansas— Illlnois- Texas-San Antonio winner Championship At Birmingham, Ala. Saturday, March 26 Semifinals winners MIDWEST REGIONAL First Round At South Bend, Ind. Thursday, March 17 Purdue, 27-3, vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 23-8,12:07 p.m. Baylor, 23-10, vs. Memphis Stale, 19-11,2:37 p.m, Kansas Stale, 22-8, vs. La Salle, 24-9,7:07p,m. DePaul, 21-7, vs. Wichita State, 20-9, 9:37 p.m. Al Lincoln, Neb. Friday, March 18 Pittsburgh, 23-6, vs. Eastern Michigan, 22-7,1:07 p.m. Vanderbilt, 18-10, vs. Utah Slate, 21-9,3:37 p.m. North Carolina Stale, 24-7, vs. Mur•ay State, 21-8,8:07 p.m. Kansas, 21-11, vs. Xavier, Ohio, 26-3, 10:37p.m. Second Round Al South Bend, Ind. Saturday, March 19 Purdue-FDU winner vs. Baylor- MemphlsSt. winner, 2:25 p.m. DePaul-Wichila St. winner vs. Kansas St.-La Salle winner, 30 minutes following tirst game. At Lincoln, Neb, Sunday, March 20 Pitlsburgh-E. Michigan winner vs. Vanderbilt-Utah St. winner, 2:25 p.m. Kansas-Xavier winner vs. N. Carolina St.-Murray St. winner, 30 minutes following first game. Semifinals AtPonliac, Mich. Friday, March 25 Purdue-FDU-Baylor-Memphls St. winner vs. DePaul-Wichita St.-Kansas St.-La Salle winner Pitlsburgh-E, Michigan-Vanderbilt-Utah St. winner, vs. Kansas-Xavier-N. Carolina SI.-Murray SI. winner Championship At Pontiac, Mich, Sunday, March 27 Semifinals winners WEST REGIONAL First Round At Salt Lake City Thursday, March 17 North Carolina, 24-6, vs. North Texas State, 17-12,2:07 p.m. Wyoming, 26-5, vs. Loyola, California, 27-3,4:37 p.m. Michigan, 24-7, vs. Boise State, 24-5, 9:07 p.m. Florida, 22-11, vs. St. John's, 17-11, 11:41 p.m. At Los Angeles Friday, March 18 Arizona, 31-2, vs. Cornell, 17-9,2:37 p.m, Seton Hail, 21-12, vs. Texas-El Paso 23-9,5:07 p.m. Iowa, 22-9, vs. Florida State, 19-10, 9:07 p.m. Nevada-Las Vegas, 27-5, vs. Southwest Missouri State, 22-6.11:41 a.m. Second Round At Salt Lake City Saturday, March 19 Florida-St. John's winner vs. Michigan-Boise St. winner, 2:20 p.m. North Carolina-N. Texas St. winner vs. Wyoming-Loyola winner, 30 minutes following first game. At Los Angeles iunday, March 20 Arizona-Cornell winner vs. Seton Hall-Texas El Paso winner, 4:55 p.m. Iowa-Florida St. winner vs, UNLV-SW Missouri St. winner, 30 minutes following first game. Semifinals it Seattle Friday, March 25 North Carolina-N. Texas St.—Wyoming-Loyola winner vs. Florida-Si. John's winner vs, Michigan-Boise St. winner Arizona-Cornell-Seton Hall-Texas El Paso winner vs. Iowa-Florida St.-UNLV-SW Missouri St. winner Championship At Seattle Sunday, March 27 Semifinal winners THE FINAL FOUR At Kansas City, Mo. Semiflnala Saturday, April 2 Midwest Champion vs. East Champion, 4:30p.m.or7p,m. Southeast Champion vs. Wesl Champion, 4:30 p.m. or 7 p.m. Championship Monday, April Semifinal winners, 9:12p.m. NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L « 19 27 34 27 35 26 35 16 46 Boston Washingtn .... New York Philadlph New Jersey... Central Division Detroit 42 J9 Atlanta 37 23 Chicago 35 26 Milwaukee 34 J6 Indiana 30 31 Cleveland 30 33 Pet. GB .698 .443 16 .435 16Vj .426 17 .258 27% .677 .617 4 .574 614 .567 7 .492 11% .476 12 1 / 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L x-Dallas 42 19 Houston 36 J4 Denver 37 25 GB Utah San Antonio... Sacramento... Pacific Division x-LA Lakers... x-Portland Seattle 33 29 Phoenix 17 44 Golden St 16 47 LA Clippers 12 47 .34 28 .22 38 .IB 44 .50 12 .39 21 Pet. .689 .600 S'/j .597 5Vz .648 8% .367 19V4 .290 Wti .650 10 ,532 17 .279 32V4 .262 33'/z .203 36</2 x-clinched playofl berth Monday's Games New York 104, Cleveland 102 Washington 112, San Antonio 106 Detroit 109, Sacramento 97 Dallas 121, Golden State 101 Utah 116, Denver 115 Los Angeles Lakers 115, New Jersey 105 Tu»«d»y'« Games Boston at Indiana, 7:3C p.m. Cleveland al Chicago, 9p.m. Philadelphia at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Sacramento al Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Los Angeles Clippers at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. Los Angeles Lakers at Portland, 10:30 p.m. Wednesday's Games Chlcifio it Washington 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m. New York at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles Clippers at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Dallas al Utah, 9:30 p.m. Phoenix al Golden State. 10:30 p.m. Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Oakland 7 Toronto 7 Seattle 6 Kansas City Cleveland New York Texas California Pot. 4 .636 ... 7 4 .636 ...6 4 .600 ... 7 5 .583 ...6 5 .545 .545 .545 .500 Boston 4 6 .400 Chicajo 4 6 .400 Minnesota 4 6 .400 Baltimore 3 .300 Detroit 2 8 .200 Milwaukee 2 9 182 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. LosAngeles 11 1 .917 .7 ..7 ..7 5 .583 5 Chicago Montreal... Pittsburgh.. Houston 6 5 .545 NewYork 6 5 .545 Cincinnati 5 5 .500 SI. Louis San Diego San Francisco Philadelphia .5 5 .500 . 5 6 .455 .5 6 .455 .4 7 .364 Atlanta 3 e .273 NOTE: Split-squad games count in standings, ties do not Monday's Games Cleveland (ss) 8, Chicago Cubs 6 Chicago White Sox (ss) 12, St. Loult 11 New York Ytnkees 7, Chicago White Sox («s)4 Toronto 5, Philadelphia 3 Houston 5, Pittsburgh 0 New York Mets 5, Cincinnati 4 Texas 4, Atlanta 3.10 innings Baltimore 5, Detroit 4 Los Angeles (ss) 3, Boston 2, 10 innings Cleveland (ssl 1, Milwaukee 0 San Diego 9, San Francisco 4 Seattle 9, California 8 Kansas City 4, Minnesota 3, 10 innings Los Angeles (ss| 6, Montreal 1 Tuesday's Games Kansas City vs. Boston at Winter Haven, Fla.,1:05p,m St. Louis vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Toronto at Dunedin Fla., 1:35 p.m, Houston vs. Minnesota at Orlando, Fla.,1:35p.m. Detroit vs. Ch!c«8o White Sox (ss) at Sarasota, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Cleveland vs. Milwaukee at Chandler, Ariz,.3 p.m. Chicago Cubs (ss| vs. Oakland it Phoenix, Ariz., 3 p.m. California vs. San Francisco at Scottsdal3,Ariz,,3p.m. San Diego vs. Seattle at Tempe, Ariz.,3 p.m. Philadelphia vs. Atlanta at West Palm Beach, Fla.,7:05 p.m. Los Angeles (ss) vs. Monlreal at Bayamon, Puerto Rico, 7:30 p.m. Texas vs. Baltimore at Miami, 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles (ss) vs. Hew York Mets atPortSt.Lucio, Fla.,7:35p.m. Chicago White Sex (ss) vs. New Yort Yankees al Fort Laudordsl* Fla., 7:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs (ss) vs. Seattle at Temp«, Ariz., 9p.m. Wednesday's Games San Diego vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz. ,3 p.m. Chicago White Sox vs. Baltimore at Mlimf, 7:35 p.m. Yeager Will Pace Indy 500 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The pace car at the 1988 Indianapolis 500 will be driven by retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Chuck Yeager, officials announced. The automobile division of General Motors, in a brief ceremony Monday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, presented the keys for 66 black 1988 Cutlass Supremes to Joe Cloutier, Speedway president. The cars are replicas of the open-top Cutlass that will pace the 72nd Indianapolis 500 May 29. It's the eighth time since World War II that an Oldsrnobile will pace the race, a record unequaled by any other automobile. Oldsmobiles pre- viously paced the race in 1949, 1960, 1970, 1972, 1974, 1977 and 1985. Yeager is no stranger to speed. On Oct. 14, 1947, he became the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound. The famed test-piiot was appointed by President Reagan to investigate the Challenger shuttle accident and currently works as a consultant test-pilot for Northrop Corp., McDonnell- Douglas Corp., and the Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Yeager, who retired from active duty in March 1975, drove the pace car in the 1986 Indianapolis 500. Sports Shorts Twelve Mile Baseball Callout Summer baseball callout in Twelve Mile for boys ages 5-12 begins this week. Registration forms are available at the Caston School office. If unable to pick up a form at the school or to have questions answered, contact Bill Hartzler at 664-2111, Jim Sherrick at 664-5418, or Charlie Wapenburg at 664-5893. Summer Gymnastics Camp Planned A summer camp with the usual activities and fun has been combined with a gymnastics training camp at Camp Tecumseh YMCA Outdoor Center, near Brookston. The weeklong camp (June 19-25) for girls age 8-15 will offer three hours of high-quality gymnastics training daily, under the supervision of Director Ed Gibson, at the beginning and intermediate levels. Girls will be able to work on improving their skills on the uneven parallel bars, balance beam, vault and floor exercise. A small-group approach ensures individual attention for each girl. When not tumbling and exercising on the mats, the campers will be able to choose from a variety of other summer camp activities, such as horseback riding, tennis, swimming, canoeing and more. Camp Tecumseh is located along the Tippecanoe River, seven miles east of Brookston and nine miles west of Delphi just off of Springboro Road. For a full-color brochure on the camp and registration and fee information, contact Camp Tecumseh YMCA at Rt. 2 Box 311, Brookston, Ind. 47923; or by calling (317) 564-2898. SAT. and SUN. • MARCH 19-20 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM TWIN LAKES OPEN HOUSE AND BOAT SHOW STATE and SAVINGS BANK FEATURING '88 BOATS BY: STARCRAFT, Lorson (Onmtutmt REFRESHMENTS DOOR PRIZES 1988 BOATS GOOD SELECTION OF PREFERRED USEDBOATS mcrCrui/er • CHAMPION, KAYOT and LOWRANCE DEPTH FINDER FACTORY REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE ON HAND TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. 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