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2B Iowa City Press-Citizen SPORTS TUESDAY, December 7, 1999 Colleges Long to join college Hall From wire services Former Iowa quarterback and current assistant coach ' Chuck Long will be inducted today into the College 1 Football Hall of Fame in New York CD1DTC Citv. In 1985, Long was a First Team All-America selection and won the ' Maxwell Award as the nation's top player, as well as the Davey O'Brien Award as the nation's best quarterback. The same year, Long was runner- up for the Heisman Trophy history of the award. Long holds several Iowa career records including most passing yards with 10,461 and career touchdowns with 74. He also is believed to be the only player in college football history to play in five bowl games. Other inductees include Ross Browner, Chuck Dicus, Chris Gilbert, John Hannah, Billy Kilmer, Steve Kiner, Frank Loria, Joe Palumbo, Greg Pruitt, Herschel Walker, and Ed White. MINNESOTA NAMES INTERIM MEN'S AD: Attorney Tom Moe agreed to a seven-month gig as interim men's athletics director at Minnesota, where his unofficial title will be chief negotiator. Moe, 6 1 , a three-sport star for the Golden Gophers 40 years ago, said his top priority was redoing the contract of football coach Glen Mason, who guided Minnesota (8-3) to its best season in 32 years. "I expect to play a lead role in the negotiations of that contract," Moe said Monday at a news conference where he was introduced. Moe replaced Mark Dienhart, a victim of the scandal that rocked the athletic department this year. However, negotiations were under way to keep Dienhart aboard in a consulting capacity, said Tonya Moten Brown, Yudof 's chief of staff. ARMY FIRES FOOTBALL COACH: Three years after he guided Army to a school-record 10 wins and was touted for national coach of the year, Bob Sutton lost the only job he ever wanted. He was fired Monday, two days after a 19-9 loss to Navy. The loss was only Sutton's third in nine years to the Middies, but it left the Cadets at 3-8. "He's been a class act and has had tremendous compassion for the goals of the academy," Athletic director Rick Greenspan said. "But the last three years have obviously been difficult because of our won-lost record (10-23)." Boxing Boxer dies 15 days after ring KO Stephan Johnson wanted to keep boxing, even after a knockout sent him to the hospital last April. His death Sunday at 3 1 from injuries in a Nov. 20 bout underscored the price Johnson paid for ignoring those and other warnings about his health. Johnson had hoped to make enough money in the ring to move his mother from the projects in Queens, N.Y. Placed on medical suspension, he failed to take two of the three neurological examinations needed to be removed from the Association of Boxing Commissions suspension list, Ontario Athletics Commissioner Ken Hayashi said. Still, he managed to get fights in Georgia and South Carolina before his Nov. 20 junior middleweight bout in Atlantic City with Paul Vaden. He was to make $10,000. Johnson was knocked out by Vaden and never regained consciousness before he died Sunday. Baseball Mariners re-sign Buhner The Seattle Mariners re-signed right fielder Jay Buhner to a one-year, $600,000 contract and exercised a $6.5 million option on left-handed starter Jamie Moyer for the 2002 season. Buhner, a 13-year veteran who has played for the Mariners since 1988, has a career .254 average with 282 home runs and 878 RBIs. Moyer, since joining the Mariners in 1996, has gone 52-24 in 107 starts. Basketball , ISU transfer will not practice ; Transfer Sara Stribe will not practice with the Iowa State basketball team this winter and will decide next summer exactly what sports she'll pursue at the university. Stribe transferred to Iowa State after playing basketball at Drake as a freshman. Because she had to sit out during the basketball season under NCAA transfer rules, she joined coach Linda Grensing's volleyball team and became the starting setter. "Since I am unable to be part of the Cyclone basketball team this season, I have decided to focus on being a student for the remainder of the year." Stribe said in a statement released by the university on Monday. "I will make a decision on playing two sports before the start of the fall semester." Stribe's season at Drake was limited by a broken wrist suffered at Iowa State on Dec. 12. She averaged 4.3 points and five rebounds. In the Bleachers i L "... 'Your zipper's open'? vmmiv rx i Hi III BRIEF in the closest voting in the You actually fell for that?!" Rockets outlast road-weary Grizzlies By Associated Press Charles Barkley scored 25 points and Walt Williams hit a critical 3-pointer in the final minute as the Houston Rockets handed Vancouver its 30th straight road loss, 102-99 Monday night at Houston. The Rockets extended their winning streak to a season-best three games. Vancouver trailed by 12 points with 4:48 left in the third quarter, but rallied NBA roundup to take a 96-95 lead on Shareef Abdur-Rahim's basket with 2: 1 1 remaining in the game. Cuttino Mobley put the Rockets ahead with a driving layup, and Williams' 3-pointer made it 100-96 with 59 seconds remaining. Abdur-Rahim's basket with 41 seconds left made it 100-98 and the Grizzlies had a chance to ue when Othella Hanington went to the line with 6.2 seconds left. But Harrington made only one of two, and Mobley hit two free throws with five seconds left to clinch the victory. Abdur-Rahim led the Grizzlies with 24 points. Harrington added 18 and Michael Dickerson had 17. Reserve Carlos Rogers scored 18 points for the Rockets. NUGGETS 94, 76ERS 77: Nick Van Exel scored 19 of his 34 points in the fourth quarter as the Denver Nuggets won their second consecutive road game by defeating the Philadelphia 76ers 94-77 at Philadelphia. Antonio McDyess had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Nuggets, who lost their first five road games this season before beat- Scoreboard EH Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet 08 Miami 12 4 .750 - New York 10 9 . 526 3! Philadelphia 10 10 . 500 4 Orlando 9 9 . 500 4 Boston 8 8 .500 4 Washington 5 14 .283 81 New Jersey 3 15 .167 10 Central Division Toronto 11 8 .647 - Charlotte 10 7 .588 1 Indiana 10 7 .588 1 Milwaukee 10 7 . 586 1 Cleveland 8 7 . 533 2 Atlanta 8 9 .471 3 Detroit 8 10 .444 3 1 Chicago 1 14 .067 9 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pot 08 San Antonio 14 5 .737 -Utah 10 7 . 588 3 Denver 9 8 . 529 4 Minnesota 7 7 . 500 4! Dallas 7 12 . 368 7 Houston 7 12 . 368 7 Vancouver 3 14 .176 10 Pacific Division Portland 15 4 . 789 - LA. Lakers 14 4 . 778 j Sacramento 11 4 .733 2 Seattle 13 5 .722 11 Phoenix 11 6 .647 3 LA. Clippers 4 12 .250 91 Golden State 2 14 .125 11 i Monday's games Denver 94, Philadelphia 77 New Jersey 109, Sacramento 95 Houston 102, Vancouver 99 Utah 102, Washington 96 Miami 99 , LA. Clippers 91 Tuesday's games Cleveland at Toronto, 6 p.m. Golden State at New York, 8:30 p.m. San Antonio at Indiana, 7 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. Vancouver at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Orlando at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Miami at Portland, 9 p.m. Washington at L.A. Lakers. 9:30 p.m. Wednesday's games Houston at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Denver at Boston, 6 p.m. Golden State at Charlotte, 6:30 p.m. Milwaukee at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Cleveland. 6:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Sacramento, 7 p m. Dallas at Utah, 8 p.m. Minnesota at Seattle, 9 p.m. Monday's boxes Nuggets 94, 76ers 77 DENVER (94) Posey 2-7 04 4, McDyess 6-12 5-6 17, LaFrentz 3-5 2-2 6, Billups 4-13 9-11 17, Van Exel 13-22 4-5 34, McCloud 1-3 0-0 2, Stith 0-4 1-2 1. Clark 2-3 1-2 5, Alexander 1-1 0-0 2, Rogers 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 34-72 22-28 94. PHILADELPHIA (77) Lynch 2-7 2-4 6, Hill 5-11 6-8 16, Geiger 5-16 0-0 10, McKie 5-13 2-2 12, Snow 2-8 1-2 5, L.Hughes 5-14 1-2 11, Owens 1-3 0-0 2, B.Bowen 2-4 1-2 5, Ollie 3-3 1-1 7, MacCulloch 1-3 1-4 3, J.Jones 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 31-83 15-25 77. Denver 22 20 16 36- 94 Philadelphia 24 19 17 17- 77 3-PoinI Goals-Denver 4-15 (Van Exel 4-7, McCloud 0-1, Stith 0-1, Posey 0-2, Billups 0-4), Philadelphia 0-6 (Snow 0-1, L Hughes 0- 2, McKie 0-3). Fouled out-None. Rebounds Denver 51 (McDyess tO), Philadelphia 55 (Lynch 13). Assists Denver 19 (Van Exel 7), Philadelphia 22 (Snow 5). Total fouls Denver 22, Philadelphia 27. Technicals Snow. Flagrant fouls-Geiger. A-14,108 (20,444), Nets 109, Kings 95 SACRAMENTO (95) Williamson 6-11 0-0 12, Webber 6-19 12-14 25, Divac 9-19 3-3 21, Anderson 3-6 04 6, Jas.Williams 2-6 0-0 5, Martin 1-3 0-0 3, Delk 1- 5 4-4 6, Stojakovic 1-4 2-2 4, Corbin 1-5 0-0 2, Funderburke 1-1 3-4 5, Pollard 3-3 04 6. Totals 34-82 24-27 95. What's happening Preps TODAY Girls basketball - West at Dubuque Senior, 7:30 p.m.; City at Dubuque Hempstead, 7:30 p.m.; Williamsburg at BGM, 6:30 p.m.; Winfield-Mount Union at IMS, 6:30 p.m.; Regina at Mid-Prairie, 7:30 p.m.; Lone Tree at Louisa-Muscatine, 6:30 p.m.; Highland at Mediapolis, 6:30 p.m. Boys basketball - Williamsburg at BGM, 8 p.m.; Winfield-Mt Union at Iowa Mennonite, 8:30 p.m.; Highland at Mediapolis, 8:30 p.m.; West Liberty at Clear Creek, 7:30 p.m.; Mid-Prairie at Regina, 7:30 p.m.; Solon at West Branch, 7:30 p.m.; Lone Tree at Louisa-Muscatine, 8:30 p.m. Boys swimming - Burlington at City, West, 6:15 p.m. Wrestling - Solon, Alburnett at North Cedar, 6 p.m. University of Iowa TODAY Men's basketball - Iowa at Northern Iowa, 7:05 p.m. NEW JERSEY (109) Gill 29 1-2 5, Van Horn 9-17 6-8 27, Mcllvaine 1-2 1-2 3, Kittles 4-10 0-0 9, Marbury 12-22 2-2 26, Feick 3-11 2-2 8, Burrell 3-7 04 9, Harris 5-7 2-2 14, Newman 3-4 0-0 6, Perry 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 43-91 14-16 109. Sacramento 34 20 15 26 95 New Jersey 26 26 30 27-109 3-Point Goals Sacramento 3-16 (Martin 1-2, Webber 1-3, Jas.Williams 1-5, Divac 0-1. Corbin 0-1, Stojakovic 0-2, Anderson 0-2), New Jersey 9-19 (Van Horn 3-4, Burrell 3-5, Harris 2-3, Kittles 1-4, Marbury 0-1, Perry 0- 1, Newman 0-1). Fouled out None. Rebounds Sacramento 49 (Webber 14), New Jersey 52 (Feick 16). Assists Sacramento 16 (Jas.Williams 7), New Jersey 25 (Marbury 14). Total fouls-Sacramento 17, New Jersey 28. Technicals Divac, Anderson, Marbury. A 13.127 (20,049). Jazz 102, Wizards 96 WASHINGTON (96) Smith 3-5 3-4 9, Howard 3-8 6-8 12. Austin 3-10 4-6 10, Strickland 7-13 2-3 16, Richmond 8-17 7-8 25, White 3-5 04 6, A.Williams 0-0 0-0 0, King 1-1 0-0 2, Whitney 3-4 2-2 9, Murray 3-5 1-1 7, Hamilton 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 34-69 25-32 96. UTAH (102) Russell 5-12 2-4 13, Malone 11-18 10-14 32, Polynice 3-3 2-2 8, Stockton 3-10 4-7 10, Hornacek 4-7 0-0 9, Eisley 6-8 5-5 18, Padgett 2-6 0-0 5, Lewis 2-4 0-0 4, Ostertag 1- 2 1-2 3, Keefe 0-0 0-0 0, Vaughn 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 37-73 24-34 102. Washington 30 19 22 25- 96 Utah 32 20 29 21-102 3-Point Goals Washington 3-9 (Richmond 2-4, Whitney 1-2, Murray 0-1, Strickland 0-1, Austin 0-1), Utah 4-12 (Eisley 1-2, Hornacek 1-2, Russell 1-3, Padgett 1-3, Stockton 0-1, Lewis 0-1). Fouled out Howard. Rebounds-Washington 44 (Smith 9), Utah 44 (Malone 11). Assists Washington 16 (Howard 5), Utah 29 (Stockton 10). Total fouls-Washington 30, Utah 30. Technicals-Washington Illegal Defense, Austin, Utah Illegal Defense 3, Stockton, Utah coach Sloan. A 19,000 (19,911). Rockets 102, Grizzlies 99 VANCOUVER (99) Abdur-Rahim 9-15 6-8 24, Harrington 6-12 6-11 18, Parks 4-7 0-0 8, Dickerson 6-13 4-4 17, Bibby 5-11 0-0 11, Lopez 2-8 0-0 4, Scott 1-2 04 2, Price 2-7 2-4 6, Ekezie 3-4 3-4 9. Totals 38-79 21-31 99. HOUSTON (102) Williams 5-12 0-0 14, Barkley 9-14 7-12 25, Cato 2-5 3-4 7, Anderson 0-5 1-2 1, Drew 7-18 04 17, Thomas 3-8 0-0 7, Mobley 4-10 54 13, Rogers 8-11 2-4 18. Totals 3841 18-28 102. Vancouver 31 27 16 23- 99 Houston 26 28 31 17-102 3-Point Goals-Vancouver 24 (Bibby 1-1, Dickerson 1-2, Scott 0-1, Abdur-Rahim 0-2), Houston 8-24 (Williams 4-10, Drew 3-7, Thomas 1-3, Barkley 0-1, Anderson 0-1, Mobley 0-2). Fouled out-Cato. Rebounds-Vancouver 50 (Parks 8), Houston 54 (Barkley 11). Assists Vancouver 17 (Parks 5), Houston 23 (Barkley, Anderson 7). Total fouls-Vancouver 21, Houston 23. A 14,458 (16.285). EE Standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE W L Pet GB Rockford 4 3 . 571 - Connecticut 4 4 .500 Grand Rapids 2 5 .286 2 Fort Wayne 2 6 .250 2i NATIONAL CONFERENCE W L Pet GB Quad City 6 2 .750 - Yakima 6 2 .750 - Sioux Falls 5 3 .625 1 Idaho 4 4 .500 2 La Crosse 3 7 . 300 4 Sunday's results Fort Wayne 108, Connecticut 85 Sioux Falls 101, Grand Rapids 93 Monday's results No games scheduled Today's games Grand Rapids at Connecticut, 6:05 p.m. La Crosse at Sioux Falls, 6:05 p.m. Fort Wayne at Yakima, 6:05 p.m. Quad City at Idaho. 6: 10 p.m. ing the New York Knicks on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. Denver, which outscored Philadelphia 36-17 in the fourth quarter, is 7-81 on the road daung back to 1997. Tyrone Hill scored 16 points and George Lynch grabbed 13 rebounds for the 76ers, whose two-game winning streak was snapped. NETS 109, KINGS 95: In a low-quality, low-energy conclusion to their longest road trip of the season, the Sacramento Kings looked lousy against the lowly Nets at East Rutherford, N J. Stephon Marbury scored 26 points and handed out 14 assists, dominating his matchup with Jason Williams, and Keith Van Horn scored 27 as the Nets won for the just third time this season. New Jersey took control with a 30-15 edge in the third quarter against the weary Kings, who were playing their fifth straight road game in a swing up the East Coast and were unable to mount any kind of a serious challenge in the final quarter. It was just the fourth loss of the season for Sacramento, which began the night in a virtual tie with Portland for the best record in the NBA. Lucious Harris added 14 points for the Nets, and Jamie Feick grabbed 16 rebounds. Marbury and Kendall Gill each had four steals. Chris Webber had 25 points and 14 rebounds for the Kings, and Vlade Divac added 21 points. Williams had only five points and seven assists with four turnovers, and Marbury made him look lead-footed on more than one occasion. Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts GF GA Philadelphia 16 8 4 37 84 63 New Jersey 13 9 3 31 70 62 N.Y. Rangers 9 14 4 23 63 77 Pittsburgh 8 13 3 23 75 74 N.Y. Islanders 6 14 3 15 47 71 Northeast Division W L T Pts GF GA Toronto 16 9 4 38 83 61 Ottawa 14 11 2 31 74 68 Boston 11 9 7 29 70 69 Buffalo 11 14 3 26 72 77 Montreal 9 17 1 20 56 71 Southeast Division W L T Pts GF GA Florida 14 9 2 32 66 57 Carolina II 9 7 29 64 87 Washington 9 11 5 24 62 71 Tampa Bay 9 14 3 23 72 83 Atlanta 7 16 2 18 60 92 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts GF GA St. Louis 17 8 2 36 84 59 Detroit 16 8 3 36 90 64 Nashville 9 16 1 21 65 81 Chicago 7 16 4 20 75 88 Northwest Division W L T Pts GF GA Colorado 13 12 3 30 79 77 Vancouver 11 11 6 29 76 88 Edmonton 8 13 6 26 66 74 Calgary 10 15 2 23 67 87 Pacific Division W L T Pts GF GA Phoenix 18 7 3 39 92 65 San Jose 15 13 3 35 90 80 Los Angeles 14 7 6 35 86 88 Dallas 13 12 3 30 62 63 Anaheim 13 12 3 30 71 66 Overtime losses count as a loss and a regulation tie. Monday's results Toronto 3, Buffalo 2, OT N.Y. Rangers 3, Calgary 2, OT Nashville 4, Atlanta 3, OT Chicago 5, Edmonton 1 Phoenix 3, Dallas 2 Colorado 5, Vancouver 2 Tampa Bay at San Jose Today's garnet N.Y. Islanders at Washington, 6 p.m. Calgary at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Carolina at St. Louis, 7 p.m. Wednesdays games Ottawa at Buffalo, 6 p.m. Edmonton at N.Y. Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Nashville at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Carolina at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Florida at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Vancouver at Anaheim, 9:30 p.m. Atlanta at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. Colorado at San Jose, 9:30 p.m. Monday's transactions BASEBALL American League NEW YORK YANKEES Re-signed RHP David Cone to a one-year contract. SEATTLE MARINERS Agreed to terms with OF Jay Buhner on a one-year contract. Exercised 2002 option on LHP Jamie Moyer. National League ATLANTA BRAVES-Claimed RHP Rafael Medina on waivers from the Florida Marlins. Designated C Fernando Lunar for assignment. ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS Named Scott Coolbaugh manager of High Desert of the California League. ATLANTA BRAVES-Claimed RHP Rafael Medina off waivers from Florida. Designated C Fernando Lunar for assignment. FLORIDA MARLINS-Promoted Ron Colangelo to vice president of communications and broadcasting. Named Eric Carrington director of media relations. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MILWAUKEE BUCKS-Agreed to terms with F Glenn Robinson on a one-year contract extension through the 2004-2005 season. FOOTBALL National Football League CLEVELAND BROWNS-Placed WR Leslie Shepherd on the Injured reserve list. GREEN BAY PACKERS-Placed DT Antonio Dingle on waivers. HOCKEY National Hockey Leegus NHL-Suspended Pittsburgh G Tom Barrasso for four games, without pay, for careless use of his stick resulting in an Injury to Toronto F Yank) Perreault during a game at Toronto on Dec. 4. ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Recalled LW Jeremy Stevenson from Cincinnati of the AHL. Sent D Dan Trebll to Cincinnati. PHOENIX COYOTES-Signed 0 Teppo Numminen to a four-year contract. WASHINGTON CAPITALS-Assigned F Glen Metropolit to Portland of the AHL Answer Bill Sharman of the Boston Celtics, seven. JAZZ 102, WIZARDS 96: Karl Malone had 32 points and 1 1 rebounds as the Utah Jazz beat the Washington Wizards at Salt Lake City. The Wizards closed to 99-96 with 22 seconds left on Mitch Richmond's 3-pointer, but Howard Eisley and Malone combined to make three of four free throws down the stretch to clinch the victory. Eisley, who played the entire fourth quarter instead of Jeff Hornacek, scored a season-high 18 points and added five assists. Bryon Russell scored 13 points and John Stockton got 10 points and 10 assists for the Jazz, who have not lost this season after taking a lead into the fourth quarter. Richmond led the Wizards with 25 points. Rod Strickland added 16 and Juwan Howard had 12 for Washington, which has lost six of its last seven games. The first half was tight throughout, with neither team leading by more than six points. The teams tied eight times and exchanged the lead six times. After the Wizards took a 46-45 lead with 4:02 left, Malone scored six points in a 7-4 run that gave the Jazz a 52-49 halftime lead. HEAT 99, CLIPPERS 91: Alonzo Mourning had 25 points and 1 1 rebounds, and Anthony Carter scored eight of his 20 points in the final 5:34 as the Miami Heat beat the Clippers at Los Angeles. Despite playing without injured point guard Tim Hardaway and forward Otis Thorpe, Miami won for the fourth time in five games and improved its record to 13-4, tying the best start in franchise history. Jamal Mashburn scored 20 points for the Prep basketball poll The Top to teems m the first Associated Press hlg school basketball polls of them 00 season, with first-place votes S pararrthe-see and worHoss record and total pokm: CLASS 4A 1. Urbandale(9) 44 185 2. Iowa City Westt.9) 1-1 164 3. Cedar Rapids Kennedy 2-0 132 4. West Des Moines Dowling 1-1 110 5. Davenport Central(2) 24 106 6. Cedar Rapids Prairie(l) 2-0 69 7. West Des Moines Valley 1-1 66 8. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 1-1 57 9. Ankeny 24 55 10. Dubuque Wahlert 1-1 44 Other teams receiving votes: Betlendorf 41. Marshalltown 33, Sioux City East 25. Cedar Falls 12, Ames 11, Council Bluffs Lincoln 10, Iowa City High 7, Muscatine 7, Johnston 6, Pleasant Valley 3, Runnells Southeast Polk 3, Waterloo East 3, Clinton 2, Mason City 2. CLASS 3A 1. Manchester West Delaware(8) 2-0 194 2. Davenport Assumption) 12) 24 192 3. Forest City(1) 2-0 160 4. Hull Western Christian 04) 108 5. Charles City 2-1 105 6. Pella 2-0 93 7. MOC-Floyd Valley 1-0 66 8. Carroll 1-1 62 9. Webster City 1-0 54 10. Storm Lake 2-0 32 Other teams receiving votes: Mount Pleasant 24, DeWitt Central 17, Denison-Schleswig 15, LaPorte City Union 8, Algona 6, Carroll Kuemper 5, New Hampton 5, Winterset 5, Tama South Tama 3, Knoxville 1, Oelwein 1, Waukee 1. CLASS 2A 1. Pella Chrlstian(IO) 1-0 173 2. Fort Dodge St. Edmond(5) 1-1 146 3. Audubon(2) 1-0 141 4. Solon(2) 14 122 5. Orange City Unity Christian 1-1 99 6. Mapleton Maple Valley 14 90 7. Algona Garrigan(1) 14 89 8. Rock Valley 04 88 9. Starwood Nor Cedar(l) 24 60 10. Roland Story 2-1 44 Other teams receiving votes: Delhi Maquoketa Valley 24, Sioux Center 21, Iowa Falls 18, Monona MFL-Mar-Mac 9, Clear Creek-Amana 5. Osage 5, Council Bluffs St. Albert 4, Wellman MkJ-Prairle 4, Dike-New Hartford 3, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3, West Branch 3, Alleman North Polk 2, Garner-Hayfield 2, Danville 1, Eddyville-Blakesburg 1, Paullina South O'Brien 1, Wall Lake View-Auburn 1. CLASS 1A 1. Newell-Fonda12) 24 183 2. Lynnville-Sully(T) 24 180 3. Elk Horn-Kimballton(l) 24 141 4. Kakna Iowa Mennonite 34 121 5. Des Moines Christian 04 105 6. Sheffield SCMT 24 95 7. Boyden-Hull(l) 14 71 8. Bellevue Marquette 24 65 9. Pomeroy-Palmer 24 52 10. Fort Madison Aquinas 24 44 Other teams receiving votes: Liberty Center SE Warren 23, Lamoni 19, Postville 13, Tripoli 9, Laurens-Marathon 8, Schaller-Crestland 7, Calamus-Wheatland 3, Sioux Rapids Sioux Central 3, Coon Rapids-Bayard 1, Correctionville River Valley 1, Elgin Valley 1, Keokuk Cardinal Strltch 1, Murray 1, Rulhven Lakeland 1. 7th grade girls basketball REGINA A 40, MOUNT VERNON 23 MacKenzie Wood scored 17 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for Regina A Monday at Mount Vernon. The Regal A team remains undefeated at 84. AP Men's top 25 The top 25 teams In The Associated Press' man's college basketball poll, with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Dec. 5: Record Pts Pvs 1. Cincinnati (55) 54 1,747 1 2. Arizona (6) 64 1,647 4 3. Stanford (9) 54 1,620 3 4. Michigan St. 6-1 1,454 8 5. Kansas 64 1,451 6 6. Connecticut 5-1 1,402 5 7. North Carolina (1) 5-1 1,333 2 8. Auburn 4-1 1,231 7 J.Florida 5-1 1,044 11 10. Texas 4-1 1,043 1 11. UCLA 34 1,032 12 12. Syracuse 64 994 14 13. Ohio St. 2-1 869 15 14. Duke 5-2 822 17 15. Indiana 44 774 23 16. Tennessee 64 760 18 17. Oklahoma St. 64 550 21 18. Wake Forest 54 475 - 19. Temple 2-2 395 10 20. DePaul 4-2 376 22 21. Maryland 6-2 317 24 22. Illinois 3-2 272 16 23. Kentucky 3-3 224 13 24. Gonzaga 4-1 194 25 25. Purdue 3-2 181 19 Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 158, St. John's 135. Dayton 129, Utah 124, N.C. State 115, Miami 36, Tulsa 34, Michigan 33, Southern Miss. 19. Minnesota 12, Creighton 11, LSU 9, Kent 8, Notre Dame 8, Murray St. 7, Mississippi 6, Siena 6, UNLV 5, Weber St. 3, Georgia Tech 2, Marshall 2, Oregon 2, Memphis 1, Psnn St. 1. REGINA B 35, MOUNT VERNON 21 The Regina B team ran their record to 7-1 Monday with a win at Mount Vernon. Evelyn Ross finished with five points and 4 steals, and Jeanna Frantz scored four points and had two rebounds for the Regals. 8th grade girls basketball REGINA A 54, MOUNT VERNON 48 Ashton Donahue led the Regals with 18 points Monday. Kelsey Homewood had 15 points and Lizzy Kron added six. MOUNT VERNON 41, REGINA B 35 Heather Gaffey and Kelsey Pachas had eight points a piece for the Regals. Bridget McCune added six. 9th grade boys basketball CEDAR RAPIDS KENNEDY GREEN 47, CITY HIGH WHITE 45 Josh Bloehm had 18 points for City and Chris Schultz had four points. Scott Houghton had five rebounds. Jon Humston had three steals. LINN-MAR 42, WEST HIGH 40 Linn-Mar defeated West High 42-40 Monday. Richie Thompson led the Trojans in scoring with 14 points. Nate Studebaker had nine points and Mike Jurca added seven. Jesse Temple and Kyle Bokelman had a solid defensive game. West is 1-1. CITY HIGH RED 61, CEDAR RAPIDS KENNEDY GOLD 58 Ryan Hill's two free throws with three seconds left in the game allowed City to defeat Kennedy 61-59 in overtime. Ben Roberts and Caleb Racker led the Little Hawks with 12 points a piece. Roberts also had 10 rebounds. Alex Yank, Will Hutchcroft and Kyle Noesen made clutch baskets for City. JV boys basketball LINN-MAR 69, WEST HIGH 67 Justin McDonald and Nolan Applewhite led the Trojans m scoring with 13 points a piece. Phil Spanhemier added 12 points. CITY HIGH 69, CEDAR RAPIDS JEFFERSON 45 Jake Cilek and Kyle Kesselring scored 13 points apiece Monday as the Little Hawks downed Jefferson. Con Reimer finished with 12 points, and Jos Pfaller had 10. City evened its record to 1-1. 9th grade wrestling Results of City High wrestlers who com-peted in a quad Monday with Cedar Rapids Xavier, Kennedy, Washington, and Prairie. 103 - Nate Forsythe 1-1 125-Neal Kellogg 0-2 135 Jeremy Brenneman 0-2 145 Jabari Luckett 1-1 152 - Brad Kempnich 1-1 160 - Jamar Jackson 0-2 171 - Jordan Dingbaum 0-2 171 - Chris Horras 0-2 199-Matt Keasler 2-0 Heavyweight - Brian Hartley 0-2 Junior high wrestling Southeast Junior High competed in a wrestling meet against English Valleys and Lisbon Monday. Winners for Southeast were: Corey Mims, Josh Lovik, Zack Buxton, Justin Terhune, Josh Nelson, Derek Snyder, Josh Keller, Phil Kenny, Dave Maher, Nate Mullin, Ryan Duffy, Kyle Hanson, Patrick O'Donohue, David Jarvis, Jordan Kluber, Tori Wendum, Chris Penick, Drew Fluaitt, Jared Sass and Jake Fobian. Southeast was 22-10-1 for the night. AP women's top 25 The top 25 teams In The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Dec. 5: Record Pts Pv 1. Connecticut (41) 64 1,097 1 2. Tennessee (2) 5-1 1,045 3 3. Louisiana Tech (1) 5-1 1,005 4 4. N.C. State 74 908 6 5. Georgia 9-1 897 2 6. Auburn 54 836 8 7. Notre Dame 4-1 785 11 8. UCLA 2-2 777 5 9. Iowa St. 4-1 694 12 10. Oregon 54 648 13 11. North Carolina 5-2 579 9 12. Texas Tech 54 514 16 13. Rutgers 3-2 496 7 14. Kansas 54 481 K 15. LSU 5-1 441 23 16. Perm St. 4-2 440 14 17. Illinois 5-3 394 10 18. Purdue 5-1 352 17 19. Arizona 54 344 21 20. Duke . 6-1 304 22 21. Old Dominion 4-1 291 19 22. Stanford 2-1 258 20 23. UC Santa Barbara 4-3 196 15 24. Virginia Tech 5-2 130 25 25. Mississippi St. 64 77 Othenj receiving votes: Texas 67, Wisconsin 62, Tulane 34, Boston College 26, George Washington 22, Arkansas 15, Marquette 12, Michigan 12, Kentucky 11, Michigan St. 9, Florida 7, Texas A8iM 7, Virginia 6, Saint Louis 5, Xavier 5, Arkansas St. 3, Nebraska 3, Hawaii 2, Santa Clara 2, Colorado St. 1. Associated Press Sacramento Kings ' Vlade Divac goes up for a shot between New Jersey Nets' Kerry Kittles (30) and Jamie Feick, right, during the first quarter Monday, in East Rutherford, N. J. The Nets won the game 109-95. Heat, who are 5-1 without Hardaway, sidelined by a jammed right knee. Rookie Lamar Odom scored 20 points, and Derek Anderson had his first career triple-double with 16 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists for the Clippers, who have lost six in a row overall and six in a row to Miami. EE Standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. Indianapolis 10 2 0 .833 Miami 8 4 0 .667 Buffalo 8 4 0 .667 New England 7 5 0 .583 N.Y. Jets 4 8 0 .333 Central Jacksonville 11 1 0 .917 Tennessee 9 3 0 .750 PF PA 344 238 253 240 228 173 245 224 201 228 307 131 253 243 208 187 237 225 232 386 147 340 Pittsburgh Baltimore Cincinnati Cleveland 0 .417 3 10 0 .231 2 11 0 .154 Seattle 8 4 0 .667 260 210 Kansas City 7 5 0 . 563 272 211 Oakland 6 6 0 .500 270 247 San Diego 5 7 0 .417 206 262 Denver 4 8 0 . 333 231 242 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Washington 7 5 0 . 583 347 320 Arizona 6 6 0 . 500 183 237 Dallas 6 6 0 . 500 261 195 N.Y. Giants 6 6 0 . 500 235 250 Philadelphia 3 10 0 .231 200 297 Central Detroit 8 4 0 .667 272 231 Minnesota 7 4 0 .636 272 226 Tampa Bay 7 4 0 .636 174 141 Green Bay 7 5 0 .583 247 231 Chicago 5 8 0 .365 226 277 Wast x-St. Louis 10 2 0 .833 400 166 Carolina 5 7 0 .417 282 283 Atlanta 3 9 0 .250 190 281 San Francisco 3 9 0 .250 196 345 New Orleans 2 10 0 .167 194 304 x-cl inched division title Thursday's result Jacksonville 20, Pittsburgh 6 Sunday's results Green Bay 35, Chicago 19 Indianapolis 37, Miami 34 Atlanta 35, New Orleans 12 New York Giants 41, New York Jets 28 St. Louis 34, Carolina 21 Cincinnati 44, San Francisco 30 Baltimore 41, Tennessee 14 Detroit 33. Washington 17 Oakland 30, Seattle 21 Arizona 21, Philadelphia 17 San Diego 23, Cleveland 10 Kansas City 16, Denver 10 New England 13, Dallas 6 OPEN: Buffalo Monday's result Minnesota 100, Tampa Bay, 57 Thursday, Dec I Oakland at Tennessee, 6:20 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12 Arizona at Washington, noon. Baltimore at Pittsburgh, noon. Carolina at Green Bay, noon. Cleveland at Cincinnati, noon. New England at Indianapolis, noon. New York Giants at Buffalo, noon. Philadelphia at Dallas, noon. St. Louis at New Orleans, noon. San Diego at Seattle, 3:05 p.m. Miami at New York Jets, 3:05 p.m. Detroit at Tampa Bay, 3:15 p.m. Atlanta at San Francisco, 3: 15 p.m. Minnesota at Kansas City, 7:20 p.m. OPEN: Chicago Monday, Dec. 13 Denver at Jacksonville. 8 p.m. Monday's summary Buccaneers 24, Vikings 17 Vikings 0 14 0 317 Buccaneers 7 3 7 7-24 First Quarter TB Abraham 55 interception return (Gramatlca kick), 13:31. Second Quarter TB-FG Gramatica 20, 14:12. Min-Hoard 1 run (Anderson kick), 5:52. Mln Carter 1 pass from George (Anderson kick), :27. Third Quarter TB-Green 29 pass from King (Gramatica kick), 7:14. Fourth Quarter TB Moore 1 - pass from King (Gramatica kick), 11:46. Min-FG Anderson 34, 5:50. A 65,741. Mm TB First downs 21 13 Rushes-yards 25-92 27-103 Passing 247 87 Punt Returns 4-21 24 Kickoff Returns 5-102 4-78 Interceptions Ret. 14 2-55 Comp-Att-Int 26-45-2 11-19-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 3-24 24 Punts 3-364 4-44.8 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 3-2 Penalties-Yards 8-50 6-35 Time of Possession 32:52 27:06 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Mlnnesota, Smith 20-77, Hoard 3-9, George 24. Tampa Bay, Alston 23-95, King 4-8. PASSING-Minnesota, George 26-45-2-271. Tampa Bay, King 11-19-1-93. RECEIVING-Minnesota, Reed 6-63, Hoard 641, Carter 6-42, Smith 546. Moss 2-32, Glover 1-5. Tampa Bay, Green 5-70, Emanuel 2-12, Williams 1-5, Abdullah 1-3, Alston 1-2, Moore 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOAL-Anderson 46 (WL) !

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