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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Saturday, January 4,1986 Page 12 Basketball NBA standings By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W 1 Pet Boston 25 7 .781 Philadelphia 20 12 .625 New Jersey 20 14 .588 Washington 16 16 .500 New York 11 22 .333 Cintral Division Milwaukee 23 12 .657 Atlanta 16 15 .516 Cleveland 15 IB .455 Detroit 15 19 .441 Chicago 14 21 .400 Indiana 9 22 .290 WESTERN CONFERENCE Mldwesl Division Houston 21 12 .636 Denver 19 12 .613 Son Antonio 19 14 .576 Utah 17 16 .515 Dallas 14 15 .483 Sacramento 10 22 .313 Pacific Division L.A.Lokers 25 5 .833 Portland 20 16 .556 Seattle 12 20 .375 Phoenix 10 19 .345 Golden State 12 23 .343 L.A. Clippers 11 22 .333 Friday's Games Boston 129, New Jersey 117 Atlanta 11 I.Detroit 101 Milwaukee 107, Washington 100 Cleveland 130, L.A. Clippers 1 1 1 Utah OIL. A. lakers, (n) Phoenix at Portland, (n) Denver ot Seattle, (n) . GB 5 6 9 14V, 5 7 7'/j 9 12 1 2 4 5 I0 1 /, a 14 I4 1 /, 15Vi 15Vi NBA boxscores CELTICS 129, NETS 117 New Jersey (117) Williams 9-15 1-1 19, King 9-19 2-3 20, Gminski 7-13 6-8 20, flirdsong 4-70-08, Cook 7-10 0-0 15, Ronsey 8-16 0-0 16, M.Johnson 1-5 6-6 8. Dawkins 5-10 1-2 11. O'Koren 0-1 0-0 0. Tolols 50-96 16-20 117. Boston (129) McHale 10-163-523. Bird 14-230-029, Parish 6-10 1-2 13, D.Johnson 11-21 2-2 24, Sichting 8-9 1-2 17, Walton 0-4 0-0 0, Wedman 4-7 0-0 8, Vincent 2-4 5-5 9, Carlisle 3-4 0-0 6. Totals 58-98 12-16 129. N«wJ»rsey 35 23 32 27—117 Boston 40 28 40 21-129 Three-point goals—Cook, Bird. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New Jersey 52 (Dawkins 12). Boston 42 (Bird 10). Assists—New Jersey 34 (Ransey 9). Boston 31 (D.Johnson 8). Total louls—New Jersey 19. Boston 18. Technical—Dawkins. A—14.890. HAWKS 111,PISTONS 101 Detroit (101) Mahorn 0-4 0-2 0. Tripucko 9-137-9 26, Loimbeer 6-11 9-10 22, long 3-10 0-0 6, Thomos 8-20 5-6 21, V.Johnson 6-16 2-4 14. Campbell 0-5 0-0 0. Cureton 3-71-17, Dumars 2-21-25, Gibson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 37-8525-34101. Atlanta (111) Wilkins 12-24 8-9 32, Willis 5-132-5 12 Rollins 2-5 0-1 4, Rivers 4-12 9-11 17. Willmon6-9 1-213. Levingston 4-90-0 8, E.Johnson 0-3 0-0 0, Bottle 1-3 4-4 6, Koncok 4-9 0-0 8. Hastings 1-2 0-0 2, Webb2-85-59,Toiols41-9729-37 111. Detroit 31 21 27 22—101 Atlanta 27 30 25 29—111 Three-point goals—Tripucko, Loim- beer. Fouled out—Mahorn, Thomas. Rebounds— Detroit 50 (Laimbeer 17) Atlanta 59 (Willis 13). Assists-Detroit 22 (Thomas 5), Atlanta 24 (Rivers 13). Total fouls— Detroit 32, Atlanta 27 A-15,817. CAVALIERS 130,CLIPPERS 111 L.A.CIIppers(lll) Maxwell 2-7 3-5 7, Johnson 9-170-0 18, Nimphius 1-6 7-8 9, Bridgeman 5-14 2-2 13, Nixon 10-176-628. White 4-53-4 II. Cage 0-3 1-21, Benjomin 1-2 1-2 3, Gordon 5-9 5-7 15, Edwards 1-6 4-4 6 Totals38-8632-40 111. Cleveland (130) Hinson7-ll 2-3 16, Turpin 7-13 6-6 20, West 3-3 0-2 6, Free 11 -20 0-1 22, Bogley 7-11 0-0 14, Lee 4-9 1-2 9, Minnietield 5-8 2-2 12, Shelton 3-4 0-0 6, Dovis 4-7 2-2 10, Jones 4-5 5-5 13. Poquette 1-3 0-0 2.Totols 56-9418-23130. l.A.CIIppirt 30252432—111 Cleveland 27 30 37 36—130 Three-point goals—Nixon 2, Bridgeman. Fouled out—None. Rebound- s—L.A. Clippers 38 (Moxwell 7), Cleveland 61 (Turpin 9). Assists—I.A. Clippers 21 (Nixon 8), Cleveland 40 (Bagley, Minnietield 9). Total fouls—L.A. Clippers 25, Cleveland 31. Technicals—Turpin (ejected), Nimphius (ejected). A—7,073. BUCKS 107, BULLETS 107 Milwaukee (107) Cummings 14-233-531. Davis 5-14 3-3 13, Breuer3-60-06, Moncrief 6-145-817 Pressey 4-9 2-2 10. Lister 2-3 0-2 4, Fields 2-5 0-0 4, Pierce 6-11 4-5 16, Glenn 0-3 0-0 0, Mokeski 3-5 0-1 6. Totals 45-93 17-26 107. Washington (100) Robinson 9-23 8-12 26, Roundfield 5-6 0-010, Boll-1 2-24, Malone 5-18 8-8 18, G.Williams 5-15 3-5 13. Jones 1-1 0-2 2 Brodley 1-3 0-2 3. McMillen 3-5 1-1 7, F.Williams 3-8 0-0 8, Green 2-2 0-0 4, Whatley 2-4 1-1 S.Totols 37-86 23-33 100. Milwaukee 24 29 24 30—107 Washington 20 29 23 29-100 Three-point goals—F.Williams 2, Brodley. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Milwaukee 58 (Lister 9), Washington 58 (Bol 12). Assists—Milwaukee 28 (Moncriel 9), Washington 11 (G.Williams 4). Total louls—Milwaukee 25, Washington 21. Technical- s—Milwaukee illegal defense 2, Wash- .ington illegal defense. A—8,856. College scores < • By The Associated Press EAST Army 81, Binghamton SI, 52 Bethany, W. Va. 63, Ursinus 62 Dist. of Columbia 77, Mansfield 64 Fairleigh Dickinson 97, N,J. Tech65 Indiana Pa. 75. Point Park 54 SOUTH Carson-Newman 63, Judson6l ' Lander 76, Mars Hill 69 Liberty Baptist 72, St. Vincent 68 N.C. Charlotte 101, Wofford 85 Norfolk St. 84. Morris Brown 63 Virginia St. 83, Clark. Ga. 76 MIDWEST Dordt93, Peru St. 87 Elmhust 95, Colorado Coll. 90 III.Wesleyan74,Coe6S Moorhead St. 82, Minot SI. 79 Oakland City 75, Pikeville 71 S. DakoloSt. 64, Neb.-Omoho62 W.Illinois 91, Cornell, Iowa 53 FAR WEST N. Ariiono 73, Metro St. 56 N. Colorado 77, Augustana SD.71 Regis 81, Tabor 61 Rocky Mountain 56. Montana Tech 55 W. Montana 74, Carroll Mont 70 TOURNAMENTS Al Koly Shrine Tournament First Round S. Colorado 76. Kansas Newman 67 Blue Crass-Blue Shield Classic First Round S. Ill.-Edwordsville 88. N.Y. Tech 78 Wright St. 98. SI. Michael 74 Mclendon Classic First Round Alcorn St. 74, Tennessee St. 55 National Catholic Quarterfinals Si. Francis. III. 76, St. Xovier 70, OT Seventh Place Morycrest 107, St. Mory's, Mich. 83 River City Classic First Round Cent. Arkansas 68, Ala.-Huntsville 63 SE Missouri 70, Mo.-Kansas City 60 Sooner Invitational First Round Oklahoma 100. Austin Peoy 68 SE Louisiana 66. Ark.-Little Rock 64 WLKF Radio Classic First Round Flo. Southern 81, Texas-Arlington 79 Sieno 61, Centenary 80 WOMEN EAST Penn St. 74, Rhode Island 64 • SOUTH Vanderbilt 76. Ala.-Birmingham 60 MIDWEST Illinois 82, Minnesota 63 Iowa 79, Purdue 52 Loyola, III 68, Wisconsin 57 Michigan 63. Indiana 59 Nebraska-Omaha 80. S. Dakota St. 77 Ohio St. 72, Michigan St. 58 TOURNAMENTS Central Florida Invitational Quarterfinals Fordham83,Penn75 E. Tennessee 72. Fairleigh Dickinson 58 Wake Forest 78. Appalachian SI. 72 Central Florida 82. Nicholls St. 75 College men OKLAHOMA 100, AUSTIN PEAY M Austin Peay (M) Gray 3-6 3-5 9, Colson 1-3 1-2 3. Bedford 9-20 0-0 18, Biggers 2-7 2-3 6, Armstrong 1-5 0-12, OrrO-4 1-21, DayO- 20-00, Thomas 0-0 0-0 0, Hicks 2-50-04, Mitchel 4-7 3-4 11. Brown 2-4 0-04, Raye 3-4 2-3 8, Busateri 0-00-0 0, Marker 0-0 00 0, McKinney 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 28-69 122068. Oklahoma (100) Seiger 4-71-1 9, Kennedy 11 -19 5-5 27, Watson 1-5 0-3 2, Bowie 8-16 0-0 16, McCalisler 4-143-411, Martin 5-8 5-615, Phipps 4-9 6-614, King 1 -4 2-2 4, Thomas 1-30-02. Totals 39-85 22-27 100. Holftime: Oklahoma 51, Austin Peay 31. Rebounds—Austin Peay 42 (Bedford 13), Oklohomo 48 (McColister 8). Assists— Austin Peay 7 (Doy 2. Mitchel 2). Oklahoma 21 (McColister 8). Fouled out—Martin. Total fouls—Austin Peoy 23, Oklahoma 19. A—9,160. Prep scores By The Associated Press BOYS Arkansas City 61, Newton 60 Atwood 51, Morlond 38 Buhler 65, Kingman 57 Burrton 47, Goessel 43 Central Burden 49. Caldwell 35 Coldwoter 57. Fowler 40 Council Grove 44. Clay Center 39 Dighton 51, Scott City 44 Ell-Saline 58, Miltonvole 47 Ellinwood 51, St. John's 40 Ellis 64, Phillipsburg57 Galena 55, Girord 53 (OT) Glosco 51, Tiplon 48 (OT) Hanover 85, Riley County 48 Hesston 90, Inmon 29 Hill City 56, Stockton 48 Hutchinson65,Winlield52 Jetmore 58, Ness City 38 Lawrence 73,SM West 54 Liberal 68, Hoys 48 Lyndon 49, Chose County 37 McPherson 71, Salino Central 45 Marois des Cygnes 61, Flinthills 45 Moundridge 70, Halsteod 57 Nemaho Valley 58, Jackson Heights 53 Olathe So. 73, Blue Valley-Stanley 66 Paolo 67. Ottawa 50 Pittsburg Colgan 49, NE-Arma 34 Pomona 48, Jayhawk-Linn 45 Rose Hill 64, Douglass 54 Satanla 55, Moscow 49 Silver Loke51,Rossville48 St. Mary's 89. Osoge City 61 Ulysses 64, Elkhart 36 WaKeeney 48, Victoria 38 Wabaunsee 64, Mission Valley 51 Washington 54, Linn 50 Weskan77,Herndon37 Wichito East 56, Wichita West 55 Wichito Hts. SI, Wichita Northwest 50 Wichita North 53, Wichita Kapaun 52 Wichita South 56, Wichita Southeast 54 GIRLS Ashland 52, Protection 28 Atwood 52. Morland 43 Bluestem 49, Dexter 27 Burrton 63, Goessel 25 Canton-Golva54, tittle River 39 Central Heights 51, Uniontown 44 Chase County 48. Lyndon 18 Claflin 59, Kinsley 22 Cliflon-Clyde34, Volley Heights 28 Council Grove 44, Clay Center 12 Dighton 55, Scott City 34 Ellinwood 57, St. John 47 Ellis42,Phillipsburg39 Flinthills 65, Morals des Cygnes 39 FredonioSB, Cherryvale 56 Girord 63, Galena 12 Goodland44,Hoxie36 Haven 61, Sedgwick 38 Hesston48, Inman44 Jayhawk-Linn 43, Pomona 30 Linn 39, Washington 28 Lyons75,Peabody34 Manhattan 66, Solina South 35 Mankato53, Pike Valley41 Nemaha Valley 53, Jackson Heights 45 Newton 66, Arkansas City 28 Northern Heights 50, Hamilton 29 Norton 54. Smith Center 52 (OT) Pittsburg Colgon 48. NE-Arma 37 Remington 40, Hillsboro 27 Riley County 76. Hanover 54 Rose Hill 55, Douglass 42 Rossville 41, Silver Lake 36 Solina Central 51, McPherson 48 Today's schedule High school basketball SATURDAY. JAN. 4 BASKETBALL Kansas at Memphis State, 12:05 p.m. Wichita State ot Creighton, 7:35 p.m. Kansas State at North Texas State. 8:05 p.m. Marymount at Westmont (Calif.) Tournament Friends at Morymount women, 7:30 p.m. Solanto 45. Moscow 31 Shawnee Heights 60, Emporia 43 Skyline 40. Hoviland 38 Spearville 63, Greensburg 22 St. George 45, Burlingame 25 St. Mary's 63, Osoge City 47 Stonton County 37, Hugoton 25 Stockton 54. Hill City 23 Tipton 40, Glosco 21 Valley Heights 68. Clifton-Clyde 50 Wobaunsee 69. Mission Volley 32 Wolheno4l,Wetmore33 Weskon67,Herndon27 Wichilo Eost 54. Wichito West 28 Wichita Hts. 60. Wichito Northwest 38 Wilson 62. Bennington 52 Jr. varsity boys McPHERSON 7). SAUNA CENTRAL 54 SolinoCentrol 17 6 19 12 — 54 McPberson 17 16 14 24 — 71 Solino Central — Parker 2 0-0 4, Johnson I 0-0 2, Richter 20-04, Ryon 2 337. Hebert 1 0-0 2. Deegon 41-19, Muff 5 2-3 12, Richordson 42-210 Hindmon 1 2- 34.Totals 2210-1254. McPherson — Ookes 4 2-2 10, Stouffer 42-210, SouderS 1-4 11. Vance 1 0-02. Alexander 54-6 14. Allen 73-517 Koehn 31-17.Totals 5913-2071. TOTAL FOULS - Salina Central 13, McPherson 13. FOULED OUT — None. Jr. varsity girls SAUNA CENTRAL45, MePHERSON 22 McPherson — Gonnon 4, Goering 2, Berry 3, Foirbank 2, Andrews 6, Stroup I Wiggins 4. Salina Central — Simmons 12, Budke 3, Colaw 13. Bernhardt 1, Wilbur 14, Jones 0, Fears 2. Football NFL playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CST First Round Saturday, Dec. 28 New England 26, New York Jets 14 Sunday, Dec. 29 New York Giants 17. San Francisco 3 Second Round Saturday,Jan,4 Cleveland at Miami. 11:30 a.m. Dallas at Los Angeles Rams, 3 p.m. Sunday,Jan.5 New York Gianls at Chicago, 11:30 a.m. New England ot Los Angeles Raiders, 3 p.fn, Conference Championships Sunday, Jan. 12 SUPER BOWL XX Sunday,Jan. 26 At New Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 4 p.m. NFL injuries NEW YORK (AP) - The National Football League injury report as provided by the league: Saturday's Games AFC CLEVELAND AT MIAMI - Browns; T Paul Forren (knee) is out. QB Gary Danielson (shoulder) is doubtful. KR Clarence Weathers (shoulders) is questionable. LB Tom Cousineau (wrist), LB Clay Matthews (groin). WR-KR Glen Young (shoulder) are probable. Dolphins: S Glenn Blackwood (ankle). NT Bill Barnett (shoulder) ore questionable. T Jon Giesler (knee), FB Woody Bennett (pinched nerve), S Bud Brown (thigh), DE Kim Bokomper (shoulder) are probable. NFC DALLAS AT LOS ANGELES RAMS Cowboys: CB Ron Fellows (coll), WR Tony Hill (hamstring), QB Danny While (left shoulder) are probable. Rams: G Dennis Harrah (calf) is probable. Sunday's Games NFC NEW YORK GIANTS AT CHICAGO — Giants: CB Elvis Patterson (foot), CB-S Ted Watts (knee). RB Joe Morris (leg), NT Jim Burl (thumb) are probable. Bears: DT Steve McMkhael (knee) is probable. AFC NEW ENGLAND AT LOS ANGELES RAIDERS — Patriots: WR Derwin Williams (knee) is out. TE Lin Dawson (knee), LB Brian Ingrom (hamstring). CB Rod McSwoin (thigh). LB Steve Nelson (shoulder), IB Ed Willliams ore probable. Raiders: No injuries were reported. Golf PGA scores PARADISE ISLAND. Bahamas (AP) Second round scores Friday in the $300,000 Bahamas Classic on the 6,976 yard, par-72 Paradise Island Golf Club course: BobTway 67-66—133 Davis Love III 65-68—133 BobLohr 64-69—133 Scott Hoch 67-68—135 Donnie Hammond 69-67—136 EdFiori 69-67—136 MarkMcCumber 66-71—137 JeffSlumon 69-68—137 Willie Wood 68-69-137 Mark Hayes 69-69—138 Holelrwin 70-68—138 Jim Thorpe 68-70—138 Jeff lewis 68-71—139 DougTewell 69-70—139 BillGlasson 72-68—140 Tommy Valentine 72-68—140 Brad Faxon 72-69—141 MikeDonald 70-71—141 Woody Blackburn 71-70—141 Jay Haas 74-67—141 Clarence Rose 70-72—142 Spalding Inv. PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Scores after Friday's second round of the $200,000 Spolding Invitational golf tournament, played on three courses: DonPooley 68-64—132 Tim Norm Dan Forsman George Archer Andy North Dan Holldorson Jane Blalock Potty Sheehan Howard Clork Danny Edwards Alice Miller Mike Reid John Mohoffey Don Bies Bob Eastwood Hockey 69-64—133 65-70—135 65-71-136 65-71—136 69-67-136 70-67-137 68-69-137 69.68—137 68-70—138 69-69-138 68-70-138 71-67-138 66-72-138 71-68-139 NHL standings By Tht Associated Press All Time! CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA Phldlphio 29 10 0 58 182 12) Washington 23 10 4 50 147 120 NY Isles 16 13 9 41 ISO 144 NY Rangers 17 20 2 36 138 134 Pittsburgh 16 19 4 36 149 144 New Jersey 13 22 1 27 133 163 Adorns Division Montreal 20 13 4 44 168 133 Quebec 20 15 2 42 147 122 Boston 17 14 7 41 147 135 Buffalo 18 16 4 40 142 129 Hortford 19 17 1 39 148 147 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division St. Louis 16 14 4 36 131 137 Chicago 16 16 4 36 160 170 Minnesota 14 16 7 35 155 144 Toronto 10 20 5 25 132 156 Detroit 8 24 5 21 120 193 Smyfhe Division Edmonton 27 7 4 58 202 150 Calgary 17 16 3 37 153 134 Vancouver 13 22 4 30 143 165 Winnipeg 12 25 4 28 150 196 Los Angeles 10 22 4 24 124 183 Friday's Games Washington 3. New Jersey 2 Montreol 7, Winnipeg 3 Saturday's Games Buffalo at Boston, 6:05 p.m. Chicago at N.Y. Islanders, 6:05 p.m. New Jersey ot Washington, 6:35 p.m. Quebec at Detroit, 6:35 p.m. Hortford ot Edmonton, 7:05 p.m. Montreol at Calgary, 7:05 p.m. Los Angeles at Toronto, 7:05 p.m. Philadelphia at St. Louis. 7:35 p.m. Soccer MISL standings By Th* Associated Prtit All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Minnesota 12 8 ,600 — Cleveland 10 7 .588 % Baltimore 8 8 .500 2 Pittsburgh 8 9 .471 2'/i Dallas 911 .450 . 3 Chicago 7 9 .438 3 Western Division Wichita 10 5 .667 — Son Diego 10 6 .625 V, Kansas City 9 8 .529 2 St. Louis 9 10 .474 3 Tacoma 8 12 .400 4'/, Los Angeles 5 12 .294 6 Friday's Games Cleveland 4, Pittsburgh 3 Chicago 3, Minnesota 1 Kansas City 2, Dallas! St. louts 5, Tacoma 2 Wichita at San Diego, (n) Saturday's Gomts Dallas at Baltimore, 6:35 p.m. St. Louis ot Cleveland, 7:05 p.m. Tacoma at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. Wichita at Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m. Wrestling Prep results PLAINVILLE 43, OSBORNE 24 98 — Corbetl (0) pinned Lotto. 105 — Anderson (0) won by forfeit. 112 — Normandin (P) dec. Moberly, 12-1.119 — Crawford (P) pinned Schurr. 126 — Droher (P| won by forfeit. 132 — Hamel (P) won by forfeit. 138 — Scott (P) dec. Knoll, 4-3. 145 — Mclntyre (P) won by forfeit. 155 — Nye (0) won by default over Hulse. 167 — Wessel (P) pinned Hailing. IBS — Comeau (P) won by forfeit. HVT — Grieve (O) pinned Knipp. Etc. Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS—Purchased the contract of Kevin Hagen, pitcher, from the St. Louis Cardinals and assigned him to Maine of the International League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association DALLAS MAVERICKS—Signed Harold Keeling, guard, to a 10-day contract. Placed Charlie Sitton, forward, on the injured list. NEW YORK KNICKS—Fired Dave DeBusschere, general manager. Named Scatty Stirling general manager. FOOTBALL National Football League DENVER BRONCOS-Signed Dallas Cameron, nose tackle, to a 1986 free- agent contract. MIAMI DOLPHINS—Activated Mike Kozlawski, defensive back. Placed Bill Barnett, defensive tackle, on the injured reserve list. HOCKEY National Hockey League TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS-Signed Miroslov Ihnacok. left winger. School officials debate pyramid safety KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The paralyzing effects of a fall from the top of a cheerleading pyramid by a Kansas woman last February has fueled an argument for those who want the acrobatic formation banned. While standing on top of the human pyaramid during a Feb. 1, 1985 practice at Ft. Hays State University, Amy Rodriguez blacked out, fell to the floor and broke her back. Doctors say she will never walk again. Last month the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference ruled that cheerleaders from the 10 schools governed by the board cannot build pyramids more than two persons high. The regulation is similar to one made in August by the National Intercollegiate Athletic Association. A survey by The Kansas City Star disclosed that the new regulations have prompted howls of protest from cheerleaders across the state. They claim pyramid- building is the best way for cheerleaders to excite crowds. "Personally, I think it's ridiculous," said Ronda Anderson, 19, a cheerleader at Ottawa University. "It's our own lives. And it seems just as dangerous to walk out on the street." Even Miss Rodriguez thinks she would do it over. "I loved it, and we had a good time inventing those things," said Miss Rodriguez, 20. "But accidents happen." School and conference officials also feel they could be liable if a student fell and was injured, the Star said. "You can't protect everybody from everything, but maybe you can establish a level (of safety) in there," said Gerry Harris, a commissioner with the Kansas conference. Bethany College cheerleaders protested the ruling last month when they layed down in pyramid formation on the floor and displayed a sign, "Imagine this upright." Although Missouri does not have any regulations regarding pyramids at this tune, officials are concerned. Ken B. Jones, commissioner of the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association, said faculty representatives will discuss the issue in March. Meanwhile Miss Rodriguez is adjusting to life in a wheelchair at her.Elkhart home. She is making plans to return to college to earn a teaching degree, the Star said. Boys Dlghton 51, Scott City 44 ScottCity 11 15 10 8 — 44 Dighton 15 10 10 16 — 51 Scott City — Lucas 2, Long 7. Pammenter 14, Ramsay 10, Griffith 4. Chelendas 2, Hutchins 2, Eagglesfen3. Dighton — Terwilligger 1, Stanley 12, Regnier 5. Schmalzried 8, White 1. Cramer 6. Risley 1, Wilson 17. WaKeeney 48, Victoria 38 WaKeeney 8 10 9 21—48 Victoria 10 11 2 15 — 38 WaKeeney — E.Fobrizius 11, M.Fabrizius 5, Riedel 12, Mai 6, Weber 13. Channell 1. Victoria — K.Dinkel 9. C.Dinkel 10, BasgalU, Brungardt 13. Rohleder 2. Burrton 47, Goessel 43 Goessel 14 8 13 8 — 43 Burrton 12 9 12 14 — 47 Goessel — Schmidt 10. L.Hiebert 14, Razor 2, Flaming 2, Ion Hiebert 15. Burrton — D.Bryant 14, Ratzlaff 12, Mitchell 5, A.Bryant 2, Coon 6, Stufflebean 8. Council Grove 44, Clay Center 39 Cloy Center 6 8 5 20 —39 Council Grove 7 10 12 15 — 44 Cloy Center — Weimers 5, McNeil 2, Lovin 6, Clays4,Herrs22. Council Grove — Johnson 1, Hedgespeth 3, Milter7, Sinne 13, Carlson 2, Bieling 18. Atwood 51, Morland 38 Morlond 6 4 12 16 — 38 Atwood 9 15 19 8 — 51 Morland — Herman 9, Keith 6, Romp 8, Hunsicker 8, Drelling 5, Miniun 2. Atwood — Buhler 2, Domsch 8, Carlson 4, Moore 14, Trail 10, Payton 2, Raabe 2. Nier- meier7, Wederski2. Hanover 85, Riley County 48 RileyCounty 13 8 10 17 — 48 Hanover 12 21 24 28 — 85 Riley County — Langhan 2, Dunning 4, S.Johnson 8, Hanus 6, D.Johnson 2, C.Clark 10 Gibson M.T.Clark2. Hanover — J.Hynek 6, Lohse 2, G.Hynek 7, A.Hynek 10, Bruno 14, Juenemon 3, Feldkomp 13, Doeble 15, Lohse 7, Meerian 6, Wallenberg Claflln 70, Kinsley 60 Kinsley 16 22 15 7 — 60 Claflin 21 12 19 18 — 70 Kinsley — P.Meeks 23, Poor 9, Smith 2, Hetzell 4, Gleoson 11, Scott 8, Peterson 1, Rob Meeks 2. Claflin — Herter 10. Bahr 2, Rich Ryan 15, Oberle 2, Oeser 2. Feist 10, Daniels 18, Rob Ryan 7, Demel 4, Plainvllle 70, Osborne 54 Osborne 8 14 14 18 — 54 Plainville 14 17 15 24—70 Osborne — Walters 25, Carswell 2, Oaise 10, Golladay 13, Bales 2, Barnt 2. Plainville — Dreiling 4, N.Krebs 21, D.Krebs 2, Johnson 10, Gaschler 13, Meade 4, Patrick 2, Wright 14. Quinter 57, Wheatland 54 Wheatlond 10 21 15 8 — 54 Quinter 13 19 10 15 — 57 Wheatland — Selensky 11, Dinkel 6, Heinz 18, Kaiser 8, Haffner 6, Deges 2, Katt 3. Quinter — D.Jamison 5, K.Jamison 15, Crist 14, Poliska 7, Norton 2, Robert Burris 12, Rick Burris2. Mankato 65, Pike Vallley 43 Mankato 13 13 16 23 — 65 Pike Valley 9 9 12 13 43 Mankato — Gonzalez 14, Benoit 21, Alex-* under 10, Mike Schlotterback 12. Boswell 4, Mark Schlotterback 2, Hondrix 2. Pike Valley — Stromberg 10, Burgess 7, Loring8,Mohinl7, Sothers 1. Top. West 65, Junction City 64 (2ot) TopekaWest 13 13 11 16 3 9 — 65 JunctlonCity 13 13 11 16 3 8 — 64 Topeka West — T.Holmes 3, Sullivan 2, Turner 16, Uttlejohn 9, Nicholson 2, Blazer 20, Hopkins 13. Junction City — Domer 8, Turner 20, Smith 5, McCall 13, Knighton 6, Snipes 4, Clause 3, McCafee3, Moon 2. Hillsboro 57, Remington 35 Remington 6 10 10 9 35 Hillsboro 18 13 14 12 — 57 Remington — Wedel 7, Austin 2, B.Gray 6, Frerking 2, T.Gray 6, Innskeep 3, Cawan 2, Carter 2, Westerfield 2, Knowles 2, Janzen 1. Hillsboro — Funk 7, Brenneman 21, Thomas 3, Heide 7, Arnold 4, Nickel 6, Blochlinger 1, Richards 2, Vajnar 4, Broun 2, Wilson Bennington Bennington 70, Wilson 57 10 8 15 24 — 57 20 14 16 20 — 70 **w ytwn 4U If lo ^u /\J Wilson — T.Reeves 9, Bristow 8, Popp 2, Hunter 9, Fritschen 8, Princ 4, Soukup 12, S.Reeves 1, Homeier4. Bennington — Scheibler 1, Swagerty 20, Zomecnik 29, Boss 6, Breeden 2 Stanley 6 Labbe6. Kensington 80, Lenora 75 Kensington Lenora 23 27 9 21—80 16 13 25 21—75 Kensington — Hoverson 17, Ratliff 11, Struckhoff 26, Hudson 12, Hardacre 2, Rust 3, Hrabe 4, Grauerholz 5. Lenora — Teel 28, Jones 14, Stephen 7, BArloww 12, Otter 8, Van Dies! 6. Haven 56, Sedgwick 42 Haven 12 15 16 13 — 56 Sedgwick 10 10 11 11—42 Haven — Johnson 3, Smith 19, J.Bernard 2, Meyer 2, T.Bernard 12. Estill 1, Dickey 10. Sedgwick — Woren 8, D.Kinsley 12, Liby 10, Davis6,Willis2,Ayala4. Ellinwood 51, St. John 40 St.John 16 8 10 6 — 40 Ellinwood 14 12 13 12 — 51 St. John — Frink 4. Witt 6, Fox 20, Hamm 4, Hudson 2, Keddie4. Ellinwood — Kinsinger 8, Hammersmith 9, Petz 12, Kramp 1, Robins 10, Sobbo 11. Washington 54, Linn 50 Washington 14 13 17 10 — 54 Linn 19 12 6 13 — 50 Washington — Allen 11. Simnitt 15, Eaton 4, HubbardB, Stigge 12, Nutsch4. Linn — Savage 10, Bott 11, Wilkens 2, Domman2, Hern 12, Oestreich 13. Ellis 64, Phillipsburg 57 Ellis 15 16 20 13 — 64 Phillipsburg 4 11 18 24 — 57 Ellis — Dinkel 11. M.Honas 2, L.Augustine 3, J.Augustine 10, R.Honas 10, Ashbaugh 12, Hallagin 16. Phillipsburg — Luckey 13. Stites 2, Heersink 12. Fritzler 8, Marshall 4. Wells 2, Bruggeman 4, S.Quach6, Godbout4, L.Quach2. Glasco 51, Tipton 48 (at) Glasco 16 10 8 14 3 — 51 Tipton 12 14 6 16 0 — 48 Glasco — Dowlin 8. Long 14, Darrow 9, Siemers 6. Schmidt 6, Winters 8. Tipton — Joe Koenigsman 4, Hake 16, John Koenigsman 10, Dubbert 10, Hoffman 2, Bunker 6. Valley Hts. 68, Clifton-Clyde 50 VolleyHts. 13 14 19 22 — 68 Clifton-Clyde 8 13 15 14 — 50 Valley Heights — Johnson 11, Merrill 2, Russell 14, Nordquist 12, Lindquist 15, Pepper 2, Claycamp4, Youngberg8. Clifton-Clyde — Bechard 8, Branfort 10, Anderson 22, St. Pierre4, Newell 4, Cyr2. Little River 69, Canton-Galva 56 LittleRiver 12 18 18 21—69 Conton-Galva 10 13 13 20 — 56 Little River — Hawkinson 4, Hayes 8, Jordan 12, Baldwin 12, John 21, Neel 7, Smiath 5. Conton-Galva — Dresher 1, Middleton 8, Wiens 8, Tripp 16, Sipe 4, Tinsley 13, Tredway 6. Smith Center 61, Norton 46 Norton 12 19 8 7 — 46 SmithCenter 12 18 12 19 — 61 Norton — Ambrosier 3, Kasson 13, McLallen 9, Carlton 7, Griffey 5, Sanko 6, Schrum 1, Stateham2. Smith Center — Rorabaugh 20. Terrlll 11, Schively 6, Barta 2, Lambert 2, Orr 14, Roth- childe 6. Liberal 68, Hays 48 Hays 12 17 7 12 — 48 Liberal 20 23 12 13 — 68 Hays — Wood 8, Unrein 11, Coup 2, Wilson 10, Lacy 15. Pickering 2. Liberal — Huskey 21, Sumner 8, G.Johnson 5, Taylor 4, R.Johnson B, Wilbers 6, Neabille 2, Lee 12, Dunlap2. Goodland 54, Hoxie 47 Hoxie 8 17 9 13 — 47 Goodlond 12 16 11 13 — 54 Hoxie — Riemer 3, Barnes 6, Gerdes 10, Taylor6, Kronnawitter 13, Foster9. Goodland — Scott 2, Mull 4, Jamison 14, Brouillette 15, Pfau 6, Busse 4, Brown 7. Girls Dighton 55, Scott City 34 ScottCity 10 9 4 11—34 Dighton 12 12 17 14 — 55 Scott City — Strasser 2, Ramsey 3, T.Tecklenburg 2, Griffith 6, Boore 2, Barton 6, Weber 4, Winderlin 1, J.Tecklenburg 8. Dighton — O'Brian 6, Schmalzried 2, Lawrence 10, Fullmer 8, Opat 9, Kuhlman 20. Burrton 63, Goessel 25 Goessel 11 6 2 6 — 25 Burrton 15 22 15 11—63 Goessel — Ulsaker 6, Schmidt 1, Liedeman 4, Duerksen 12, Plenert2. Burrton — Alexander 12, Unruh 4, Gundy 4, Pierce 12, Short 25, MAnche 2, McCain 4. Council Grove 44, Clay Center 12 Clay Center 7 1 0 4 — 12 Council Grove 8 15 6 IS — 44 Clay Center — Rosenow 3, Tannehill 2, Wilcoxson 1, MArtin 4, Sullivan 2. Council Grove — Tlbbetts 12, Domeler 3, Hickman 9, Crowell 3, Hartman 4, McGinnes 9, Andres 4. Kinsley Claflin Claflin 59, Kinsley 22 0 10 5 7 — 22 13 20 14 12 — 59 Kinsley — Domme 2, Kersting 4, Heacock 5, Shanks 6, Olsen 3, Lightcap 2. Claflin — L.Feist 14, J.Felst 14, Minneman 2, Soeken 6, V.Lamatsch 1, D.Lamatsch 3, Zink 4, SchlessingerlS. Kensington 49, Lenora 37 Kensington 17 5 14 13 — 49 Lenoro 10 4 12 11—37 Kensington — Beckman 10, Hutson 4, Tsom 10, Haun 6, Jackson 13, Krein 2, Strouckhoss 2, Meyer 2. Lenora — Long 2, David 25, Rutherford 4, Judy Otter 4, Joan Otter 2. Utica 38, Jennings 37 'Jiico 4 7 17 10 — 38 Jennings 4 15 10 8 — 37 Utica — Walt 12, Mann 2, Cook 20, LaShell 4. Jennings — Brooks 10, Krliek 2, Carter 15, L. Diedrich2, T. Diedrich?. Clifton-Clyde 34, Valley Hts. 28 y°| leyH . t , S - J B 7 10 3-28 Clifton-Clyde 8 16 5 5 — 34 Valley Heights — Weis 5, White 4, Bock 3 OTollel4,HArding2. Clifton-Clyde — Olson 2, Gallagher 7, Bloomfield 6, Charbonneau 4, Lange 15. Linn 39, Washington 28 Washington 3 9 7 9 — 28 Linn 15 8 6 10 — 39 Washington — McAfee 3, Lillle 2, Marfin 4, M.Keesecker 8, L.Keesecker 2, Ricard 9. Linn — K.Herrs 2. L.Herrs 12, Dislnger 9, Wiechmon 8, Hern 8. Hesston 48, Inmon 44 Inman 11 16 6 11—44 Hesston 4 14 18 12 — 48 Inman — Ensz 14, Fast 3, Drassen 10, Noll 6, Schmidt 11. Hesston — Estle 4, Schmidt 12, Waltner 6, Reimer 2, Arnold 24. Riley County 76, Hanover 54 Riley County 18 16 20 22 — 76 Hanover 14 10 6 24 — 54 Riley County — Walters 8, Brummett 28. Hanson 2, Sharp 20, Clark 8, Heike 10. Hanover — Coufal 8, Dovele 9, Kruse 13, Meier 12, B.Schmidt 5, D.Schmidt S, Bruna 2. Wilson 62, Bennington 52 Wilson 13 21 6 22 — 62 Bennington 13 9 15 15 — 52 Wilson — Vanek 10, Lantz 1, Unrenin 7, Enrilch 11, Vopat 14, Reeves 13, Brakes6. Bennfngton — Graham 8, J.Scheibler 10, Chrisman 25, L.Scheibler 8, Copas 1. Lyons75,Peabody34 Peabody 9 5 10 10 — 34 Lyons 14 27 19 15 — 75 Peabody — Marshall 7, Brooks 3, Arnett 3, Brunzelle 7, Jones 5, Henderson 7, Edmonds 2, Lyons — Williams 4, C.Colberg 25, Borgen 2, J.Colberg 12, j.Kizzar 20, Loutzenhiser 8, Kennedy 4, Atwood 52, Morland 43 Morlond 9 11 11 12 — 43 Atwood 10 13 15 14 — 52 Morlond — L.Keith 25, Brungart 5, Richmeier 8, Schomberger 2, J.Keith 3. Atwood — Mickey 13, Steier 23, Snodgrass 2, Roberts 6, Bondurant 6, Vap 2. Ellin wood 57, St. John 47 St.John 11 12 12 12 — 47 Ellinwood 18 13 14 12 — 57 St. John — Boland 8, Konrade 2, Koelsch 4, McMillan 4, C.Willinger 17, Turner 12. Ellinwood — Farthing 7, Thill B, Whitmer 22, Wilson 12, Biays 2, Codner 6. Mankato 53, Pike Valley 41 Mankato 21 8 8 16 — 53 PlkeValley 10 17 6 8 — 41 Mankato — Thelander 6, Rallsback 6, Mohler 10, Grout 10, Kiminau 6, Montague 1, Malcom Pike Volley — Southers 12, Veteto 11, Larson 2, Johnson 6, Gensen 2, Hurtig 8. Conton-Galvo 54, Little River 39 Little River 12 8 13 6 — 39 Canton-Galva 16 13 7 18 — 54 Little River — Gadberry 10, Hartman 12, Petz 7, Myers 4, Case 6. Canton-Galva — Diane Wedel 16, Baldwin 8, Stieven 9, Lindteigen 9, Debra Wedel 5, Unruh Norton 54, Smith Center 52 (ot) Norton ' 6 18 10 15 5 — 54 SmithCenter II 12 13 13 3 — 52 Norton — Stutterheim 15, McEwen l,.fioe 4, Wahlmeier 6, Ryan 10, Schrum 7, Shearer 1 1 . Smith Center — Curtis 15, Lovewell 15, Grothaus 3, Peterson 15, Snow 2, Cornford 2. Remington 40, Hillsboro 27 Remington 12 12 2 14 — 40 Hillsboro 4 11 2 10 — 27 Remington — C.Westerfield 9, B.Westerfield 13, Wallace 2, Dranleau 10, Theissen 2, Kitchen 4. Hillsboro — S.Lowewen 8, Decker 7, L.Lowewen 10, Funk 2. Stockton 54, Hill City 23 Hill City 854 6 — 23 Stockton 17 11 11 15 — 54 Hill City — Kruetzer 1 , Jones 4, Cramer 6, Showers 6, Mai 4, Bedore 2. Stockton — Oliva 6, Kriley 12, Miller 24, McDowell 2, Muir 1 , Conyac 9. Goodland44,Hoxle36 Hoxle 9 3 15 9 — 36 Goodland 13 6 10 15 — 44 Hoxie — Gilbert 5, Reedy 10, Schlageck 6, Niblockl,Popp2,Kaukl2. Goodland — Dawes 2, Lake 2, Ginther 2, Bergin 9, Coash 3, Brlney 15, Brown 11. Newton 66, Arkansas City 28 Newton 27 19 14 6 — 66 Arkansas City 8 5 4 11 — 28 Newton — Funk 6, Hiebert 12, Koehn 10, Clark 16, Rucker7, PorterS, Ferrell2, EnglishS, Klaassen2. Arkansas City — Segrist 10, Gregory 2, Blotchfordl2,Clark2,Ware2. Ellis 42, Phillipsburg 39 Ellis 8 9 10 15 — 42 Phillipsburg 10 5 8 16 — 39 Ellis — Kinderknecht 4, Boos 2, Schoenberger 16, Fischer 2, McClelland 11, Honas 2 Norths, Blackwell 2. Phillipsburg — Lemon 14, Ross 2, Northup 4 Reed 2, Burton 16, Wickham 1. Tlpfon 40, Glasco 21 Glasco 4 8 2 7 — 21 Tipton 10 13 9 8 — 40 Glasco — Dowlln 11, Wagoner 2, Lynch 2 Dwyer4,Hirsch2. Tipton — Hake 20, Dubbert 8, Schmitt 8, Brummer 1, Arnoldy 2, Eck 1. Funeral services for Bill Veeck today CHICAGO (AP) — As Chicago prepared to pay its respects to Bill Veeck, who brought the city its last pennant, baseball's legends were not so much mourning his death as celebrating the legacy of the man who put fun into the national pastime. Memorial services for Veeck, who died Thursday in Chicago at the age of 71, were set for 11 a.m., today at St. Thomas the Apostle Church. Bob Fishel, executive vice president of the American League, was to attend the services as the representative for Peter Ueberroth, commissioner of baseball. In a prepared statement, Ueber- roth said, "Baseball has lost a great friend. Bill Veeck dedicated his life and all his energies to the game he loved so much. His impact on the game will live on." His friends said Veeck's legacy was bringing fun back to the ballparks. Jack Brickhouse, long-time announcer for the Chicago Cubs, said of Veeck, "His attitude was: 'Baseball's a game, let's have a little fun at • it." Lou Boudreau, who played and managed for Veeck in Cleveland in the 1940s, said, "He was a fun-loving individual who knew baseball, loved baseball and who, in my mind, brought baseball back to the popularity it has today. He gave it a shot in the arm when it needed a shot in the arm. "He brought the game back to the fans," said Boudreau. Andrew McKenna, a member of the Cubs' board of directors, said Veeck was more than a baseball man. "The most important thing about Bill was his humanity. That sometimes gets lost in the shuffle, and all the focus goes on his promotions. But what a human being. It's absolutely endless what he did for the people." Sloan, Manhattan girls get first victory MANHATTAN — Betsy Sloan recorded her first victory as a high school basketball coach at the expense of her alma mater Friday night as Manhattan cruised to a 66-35 victory over Salina South in an 1-70 League girls' game. The win was the first of the season for Manhattan and its first-year coach. Sloan, a 1979 South graduate, was a three-time Salina Journal All- Area Top Five pick who went on to play on the Kansas State women's team. The Indians are 1-3 overall and 1-2 in 1-70 League play. South is winless in four games, three of them league contests. South stayed close to the Indians in the early going as Manhattan led by only four points, 16-12, at the end of the first quarter. But the Cougars were outscored 20-8 in the second period, and Manhattan continued to pull away in the second half. Chris Armour led the Cougars with 11 points. Manhattan's Karen McGaughey poured through 28 points and Kim McNabb added 18. The Cougars return to action Thursday against Salina Central at the Mustangs'gym. Solina South 12 8 9 6 — 35 Manhattan 16 20 12 18 — 66 Salina South — Albin 40-28, Nicolau 10-02, Krier 1 0-1 2, Kimsey 31-47, Wilcox 2 1-35, Armour 43-511. Totals — 15 5-15 35. Manhattan — Hughes 01-21, McNabb 9 0-1 18. Hunt 1 1-23, McCranieSO-1 10, McGaughey 14 0-0 28, Thompson 2 0-0 4, Smith 1 0-0 2. Totals —322-666.

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