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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Sunday, January 5,1986 Page 10 Football NFL playoffs National Football l«agu» Playoffs By Tht Associated Pr«s AtlTim.iCST FIRST ROUND Saturday, Dte. 28 New England 26, New York Jets U Sunday, Dtc, 29 New York Giants 17 San Francisco 3 SECOND ROUND Saturday, Jan, 4 Miami 24. Cleveland 21 Los Angeles Rams 20, Dallas 0 Sunday,Jan. 5 New York Giants at Chicago. 11:30 a.m. New England oi Los Angeles Raiders 3 p.m. CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Sunday,Jan. 12 SUPER SOW XX Sunday,Jan. 26 At N*w Orleans AFC chonipton *$. NFC champion, 4 p.m. Playoff rushing NFL Playoff Gome Rushing Leaders NEW YORK (APj - A lisl of the lop five National Football League rushing leaders in o playoff gome with yordage, league and opponent (year indicates season): Eric Dickerson. Los Angeles Roms NFC. vs. Dallas. 1985-248yards. Keith Lincoln. Son Diego. AFL vs. Boston. 1963-206. Lawrence McCutcheon. Los Angeles, NFC, vs. St. Louis, 1975 — 202. Freeman McNeil. New York Jets. AFC, vs. Cincinnati. 1982 — 202. Steve Von Buren, Philadelphia, NFC vs.'Los Angeles, 1949 — 196. NFL injuries New York :AP; — The National Foot- boll League injury report as provided by the league Sunday's Gomes NFC NEW YORK GIANTS AT CHICAGO Giants CB Elvis Patterson .foot) CB-S Ted Watts 'knee; RB Joe Morris (leg). NT Jim Burt ,'thumb; are probable. Bears DT Steve McMichoel Iknee' is probable. AFC NEW ENGLAND AT IOS ANGELES RAIDERS - Patriots WR Derwin Wil- iiams (kneei is out TE Lin Dowson (knee; LB Brian Ingrom hamstring, CB Rod McSwoin 'thigh; LB Steve Nelson (shoulder) LB Ed Willliams ore probable. Raiders No iniuries were reported. Eolon 4-7 0-2 8. Stockton 4-6 1-1 9 Hansen 6-12 1-3 14. Hayes 5-8 0-2 10 Molone 4-10 0-0 8, Green 3-9 1-2 8 Monnion 1-3 0-0 2, Roberts 2-6 6-8 10 Scurry 1 -2 0-0 2. Totals 43-93 18-27 106 Dallas (II9) Aguirre 13-24 4-4 30. Perkins 6-9 4-5 16 Donaldson 2-2 2-2 6 Dovisl-42-34 BTockman 7-17 10-13 J4, Harper 6-15 1-1 13, Blob 3-6 0-0 6. Schrempl 1-10 3-6 5 Vincent 6-9 0-0 12, Ellis 1-51-23 Wennington 0-1 0-0 0. Keeling 0-2 0-0 0 Totals 46-100 27-36119. Utah 35 26 27 18-IM Dallai 31 35 31 15-11? Three-point goals—Honsen Green. Fouled out—Stockton. Rebounds—Utah 63 (Molone 10), Dallas 63 (Perkins 13). Assists—Utah 23 (Stockton 9) Dallas 29 (Harper 9j Total fouls—Utah 27 Dallos 24. Technicals—Donlley Utah Cooch Loyden, Utah Coach Sloan. A—17 007. SOCKETS 115. SEVENTY-SIXERS 100 Philadelphia (100) Berkley 7-10 4-4 19. Jones 2-5 1-1 5 Molone 6-14 5-1217 Cheeks 8-152-3 18 Erving 7-16 1-1 16 Threat! 6-10 0-0 12 Cotledge 4-5 0-1 8 C.Johnson 2-2 0-0 4 Moss 0-3 1-21. Totals 42-80 14 24 100 Houston (I IS) McCray 8-10 2-2 18 Sampson 9-!3 1-2 19. Olojuwon 6-17 7-8 19. Lloyd 9-203-3 21 Lucas 8-12 1-2 17. Petersen 3-7 0-0 6 Waiters 0-1 0-0 0. Reid 2-2 2-2 6 leovell 0-0 5-65.Wiggins2-4 0-04. EhloO-1 0-00 Harris 0-00-0 O.Totols 47-67 21 -25 115 Philadelphia 30 30 21 19-100 Houston M 30 23 32—115 Three-point goals—Borlifey Erving. Fouled out —None. Rebounds—Philadelphia 49 (Berkley Molone 9, Houston 43 (Sampson. Olajuwon 7;. As- sisls-Philodelphio 22 (Cheeks 9; Houston 27 (Lucas 8). Total fouls—Philadelphia 20 Houston 19. Technicals—Houston Cooch Fitch A— 16016. BUCKS 119, KNICKS 84 New York (S«) P.Cumtnmgs 4-12 2-2 10 Orr 1-7 0-0 2 Ewmg 9-12 3-3 21. Sparrow 4-8 0-0 8, Tucker 6-12 0-0 12 Walker 0-4 0-0 0 Wilkms 4.11 0-0 3 Grunfeld 3-5 2-2 9 Baile/ 6-6 4-5 16 Thornton 0-0 0-2 0 Bannister 0-00-20. Totals 37.79 11-1636 Melwoukee(H9j T Cummings 11 173-725 Davis 5-7 0-0 10 Breuer 4-9 2-5 10 Moncnel 5-12 8-8 18 Pressey 2-8 6-6 10 Lister 6-9 4-5 16 Fields 1-2 1-23 Mokeski 1-4 2-24 Pierce 4-103-311 Glenn4-40-08 Reynoldsl-1 2-24.Totals 44.8331-40119 New York 23 31 22 10- 16 Milwaukee 24 29 31 35-119 Three-point goal—Grunfeld. Fouled out—Bailey Rebounds—New York 38 .'P Cummings 10> Milwaukee 57 'T Cummmgs 9i. Assists-New York 23 'Tucker 6; Milwaukee 33 ;Pressey 10) Total fouls—New York 30 Milwaukee 19. A —11 052 Basketball CBA standings NBA standings National Basketball Association By Tht Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W I Pet. 06 Boston 25 7 .781 — Philadelphia 20 13 .606 5 , NewJersey 21 14 .600 5'i Washington 16 16 .500 9 New York II 23 .324 15 Central Division Milwaukee 24 12 .667 — Atlanta 17 15 .531 5 Cleveland 15 19 .441 8 Detroit 15 19 .441 8 Chicago 14 22 .389 10 Indiana 10 22 313 12 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 22 12 .647 — Denver 19 13 594 3 Son Antonio 19 14 .576 2'i Dallas 15 15 .500 5 Utah 17 18 .486 5V, Sacramento 10 22 .313 II Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 26 5 .839 —" Portland 21 16 .568 8 Seattle 13 20 .394 14 Golden Stale 12 23 .343 16 Phoenix 10 20 .333 15', I.A. Clippers II 23 .324 16V, Friday's Games Boston 129, New Jersey 117 Atlanta 11 I.Detroit 101 Milwaukee 107, Washington 100 Cleveland 130, L.A. Clippers 111 L.A. Lakers 110. Utah 101 Portland 133, Phoenix 104 Seattle 117, Denver 107 Saturday's Games Indiana 106, L.A. Clippers 77 NewJersey 125, Cleveland 106 Allonta 111, Chicago 100 Dallas 119, Utah 106 Houston 115, Philadelphia 100 Milwaukee 119. New York 96 Denver at Sacramento, (n) San Antonio at Golden State, (n) Sunday's Games Golden State at Portland. 9 p.m. Phoenix at Seattle. 9 p.m. Washington at L.A. Lakers. 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores PACERS 104, CUPPERS 77 Los Angeles Clippers (77) Johnson 9-18 3-5 21 Maxwell 3-93-69 Nimphius4-105-10 13. Bridgeman4-7 1-1 9, Nixon 2-12 2-2 7 While 2-4 1-5 5 Edwards 0-4 0-0 0, Gordon 2-5 0-0 4 Cage 1-6 0-2 2. Benjamin 1-5 5-67, Totals 28-8020-3777. Indiana (106) Tisdole 5-9 0-0 10. Williams 8-15 3-4 19 Slipanovich 11-182-425, Fleming 5-11 1211, Richardson 2-9 0-0 4 Anderson 6-16 I-2 13, Slonsbury 3-5 0-0 6 Garnet! 2-3 34 7, Buckner 1-3 0-0 2. Gray 2-3 1-2 5, McClain I-I 0-02 Martin 1-20-02 Totals 47-9511-18106. L.A. Clippers 20 20 15 22- 77 Indiana 26 27 25 28-106 Three-point goals -Nixon Slip- anovich. Fouled out--None. Re- bounds—L.A. Clippers 60 (Nimphius II), Indiana 64 (Slipanovich 15). Assist- s—L.A. Clippers 16 (Edwards 4), Indiana 28 (Buckner II). Total louls-L.A. Clippers 15. Indiana 27. Technicals—Tisdale. A-8.503. NETS 125, CAVALIERS 106 Cleveland (106) Hinson 4-14 2-2 10 Turpin 4-8 3-3 II, West 3-6 1-2 7, Bagley 6-160 012, Free 918 9-9 28. Shellon 2-3 0-0 4 lee 3-8 3-3 9. Jones 1-2 5-6 7 Minmelield 48 2-2 10. Davis I -3 0-0 2, Poquette 3-6 0-1 6. lolols 40-9225-28106. New Jersey (125) Williams 8-13 3-6 19 King 6-13 6-7 18 Gminski 712 8-9 22, Birdsong 3-9 0-0 6. Cook 6-8 3-3 15, Dowkins 5-8 8-9 18, Johnson 1-4 2-4 4. Ransey 5-9 4-4 14 OKoren 34,00 6. Turner 0-1 1-2 I Callage I 30-02 Tolols 45-84 35-44 125. Cleveland 35 28 23 20-106 NewJersey 30 28 38 29—125 Three-point goal- Free Fouled out— Turpin. Rebounds -Cleveland 45 (Turpin 9). New Jersey 58 (Williams 11). Assists—Cleveland 20 (Bogley 10). New Jersey 32 'Cook 1 Ij . Total fouls--Cleveland 31. New Jersey 26. A- 10.097. HAWKS III. BULLS 100 Atlanta (111) Wilkins 10-18 7-8 27. Willis 10-17 0-0 20. Rollins 3-3 2-2 8, Rivers 5-11 2-4 12, Wittman 38 2-2 8. Levingslon 1-5 0-0 2. Johnson 6-8 2-2 14, Koncak 4-8 6-7 14. Webb 0-1 0-00. Battle I-I 0-02. Hastings 2-4 0-04. Totals 45-84 21-25 111. Chicago (100) Woolndge7-I67.72l. Green 5-13 5-7 15, Oldhom 2-5 3-4 7. Mocy 4-10 0-0 8, Gervin 4-12 1-2 9. Oakley II 2-3 4, Corzine 4-13 00 8. Paxson 2-7 00 4, Doiley 8-192-2 18 Banks 3-6 0-0 6 Tolals 40-10220-25100. Atlanta 36 25 21 29—111 Chicago 26 28 23 21-100 Fouled out — None. Rebound- l—Atlanta 46 (Willis 17), Chicago 49 (Oldham 12). AssiA- Atlanta 20 (Johnson 6). Chicago 19 (Woolridge. Paxson 5). Total louls—Atlanta 21, • Chicago 23. Technicals—Chicago illegal defense, 2. A-B-,826. MAVERICKS I It, JAZZ 106 Utah (106) Dantley 7-14 2-2 16. Bailey 6-167-7 19. Continental Basketball Association By The Associated Press Eastern Division W L QW Pts TompoBay )3 2 33-., 72; j Baltimore 76 29 j 5Q ? Albany 77 28': 49'i Bay Slate 67 29 47 Maine 66 25'j 43 i Florida 4 12 28 40 Pensacola 58 19 34 Western Division Detroit 10 8 37', 67' = Cincinnati 11 2 27' i 60' i LaCrosse 5 13 35 j 50'i Wisconsin 78 28' i 49' j KansosCity 67 23 46 Evansville 69 27 45 Wyoming 75 23 44 NOTE: Each victory is worlh Ihree poinis and each quarter won during the game is worth one point. Friday's Games Pensacola 126, Florida 112 Bay Slatel.6.BaltimoreUl Tampa Bay 119 Cincinnati 82 Evansville 125. Oelroit !23 Kansas City 118 Wyomingll2 Wisconsin 106. LaCrosse 104 Saturday's Games Wyoming ot Wisconsin Cincinnati at Florida Pensacolo ot Albany 6olfimore af taCrosse Tampo Bay at Bay State Sunday's Games Wyoming at Lo Crosse Detroit ot Evansville Pensacola ot Maine Baltimore ot Kansas City Albany at Bay State Top 20 results How Ihe Top Twenty teams in Ihe Associated Press' college basketball poll fared Sa'urday No 1 North Carolina (14.0) beat North Carolina State 90-79. No.2. Michigan (14-0) beal Ohio State 78-68, No.3 Duke '12-0) beat Maryland 8175. No.4 Syracuse (10-Oi beal Seton Hall 96-75. No.5 Kansas (12-2) lost to No. 9 Memphis State 83-80, OT. No 6 Georgia Tech (10-1; beat Virginia 64-61. No 7 Oklahoma (13-0) beat Southeast Louisiana 103-66 No.8 Louisiana State 113-0) beat Mississippi Slate 90-84 No.9 Memphis State (12-0) beal No. 5 Kansas 83-80 OT No 10 Si Johns! 14-1) beol Pittsburgh 78-75 OT No. 11 Georgetown ilO-2j beat Providence 110-79 No. 12 Kentucky 10-1, beat Von- derbill 80-71. No.13 Nevada-las Vegas (11-2, vs. San Jose Slate No 14 Illinois ilO-3) lost to Iowa 60-59. No.15 Indiana (8-3i did not play No. 16 Alabama-Birmingham (13-2i beat Old Dominion 66-51. No.17 Notre Dame (7-1) beat Lo Salle 77-63 No 18 Louisville (7-3) beal Wyoming 94-62. No 19 Texas-El Paso ;13-li beol Utah 62-52. No.20 Virginia Tech (10-2) beat WeslernKentucky85-71 Women's Top 20 How the Top 20 women's college basketball teams, as compiled by Mel Greenberg ol the Philadelphia Inquirer, fared Saturday: l.Texas(IO-O) beat Rice 70-38. 2. Southern Cal (11 -1) did not play. 3. Georgia (11-1) did nol play. 4. Long Beach Stale (8- i J.did not play. 5. Virginia (12-0) beal North Carolina Charlotte 88-65. 6. Louisiana Tech (9-1) beat UCLA 7359. 7. NE Louisiana (6-2) did nol play. 8. Mississippi (12-2) beal Jackson Stale 83-49. 9. Western Kentucky (10-1) vs. California at UNLV Tournament. 10. Auburn (12-1) at Hawaii Tournament. 11. Tennessee (9-2) beat West Virginia 74-58. 12.'Louisiana Slale (9-1) beol Mississippi Si. 67-45. 13. Penn Slale (6-3) did nol play. 14. Ohio State (7-3) did not ploy. 15. Oklahoma (8-1) beal James Modison 57-55. 16. Nevada-Los Vegas (7-4) vs. Kansas Si. at Nevada-Las Vegas Tournament. 17. Norlh Carolina (8-3) beat Maryland 89-76. 18. North Carolina Slole (11-2) beol Clemson 75-62. 19. Iowa (7-3) did nol play. 20. Houston (8-3) losl lo Texas Tech 7970. College scores Saturday's College Basketball Scores By The Associated Press EAST Boston Coll. 61 Connecticut 60 Columbia 69. Manhattan 35 Coppm SI 73, S Carolina Si. 69 Cornell 76. Hamillon 73. OT Dartmouth 60, Harvard 52 Duke 81. Maryland 75 Easlern 72. Franklin 8 Marshall 67 Fairmonl 97. California. Pa. 77 Georgetown 110. Providence 79 Hunter 88. Medgar Evers 69 Johns Hopkins 70 W Maryland 65 lebonon vo'tey <02 Beo>erS7 longlsiancU 76 St. Francis N Y 66 Marshall 91 New Orleans 73 Massachusetts 78 Geo Wasn 7! Moro-ian63 Aiienov.n45 New HomDshtre&O Canisrys58 N J Techl03 N Y Po'y4' Notre Dame 77 la Sai'e i3 N»ock87 Gordon 59 Ramooc 62 Rutgers-Comoen 63 Rider 70 Lafayette 66 Shenondoah70 Sherjherct9 St 8oncventure64 Rutgers 5 7 St Francis Pa 76 Robert Morris 74 St Johns 78 Pittsburgh 75 OT St Joseohs72 PennSt 42 Syracuse96 SetcnHall75 Temp l e76 Rhode Island 60 Towson Si 84 Buckne!i7d Upsalo70 Keon61 Vi!ianovoB7 ManstTl Wagner 65 loyo'a ,Md 63 Wesleyon89 G'envi'eSt 76 West Chester 74 Delaware?; West Virginia 66 Duquesne62 Wheeling 7G Ursinus 59 Yale 64 Vermont 75 YeshivoiOS Molioy53 SOUTH Amnerst66 Guilforo'74 Athens Si 77 Bethel 54 AuD -Montgomery 101 Georgia SW 74 Baptist S C 66 Augusta 62 Berea97 Pike-iiie79 Bir -Southern 61 Armstrongs! 53 Snsto. 106 Carson.Newman :03 OT Cocstai Carolina 57 SC-Aiken81 Covenant 72 Shorter 57 Cumberland 80 Georgetown Ky 68 E Carolino70 American U. 62 Erskme62 lander 53 Florida 62 Auburn 59 Foraham/l Stetson 61 Furman75 Appalachian St 64 Georgia 58 Alabama 90 Georgia St 77 Hardm-Simmons76 Georgia Tech 64 Virginia 61 HighPomt73 MarsHill71 Houston Baptist 82 Samlord 74 Howard U 49 Campbell 47 Jacksonville St 79 ValdosloSt. 77 Jacksonville 69 Florida Si 62 Johnson C Smith 80 Virginia Union 77 Kentucky 30 Vanderbill71 Kentucky Wesleyan 83 Ashland 59 Longwood 77 St. Vincent 74 Louisiana St. 90 Mississippi St. 84 Louisville 94 Wyoming 62 McNeeseSt 32 S Connecticut 54 Memphis St. 83 Kansas 80 OT Mercer 61 Ga. Southern 56 Miami Flo.70 Holstro63 MoreheadSl 89 ClmchValley 55 Murray St 74 Kenlucky St. 66 Navy 76 N.C.-Wilmington 61 N.C. Central 74 Gardner-Webb 57 N C.-AshewlleS7 Methodisl65 NE Louisiana 90 E. Illinois 68 Norfolk 78. Clark 65 North Carolina 90 N Carolina St. 79 OberlmlOS Bethany Kan. 85 Richmond 52, William & Mary 36 Rollins 63 Atlantic Christian 58 S. Alabama 73 Ouincy61 South Carolina 63 Davidson 49 South Florida 57 Xavier Ohio 52 Southern U 69. N Carolina AST 60 St. Leo72 PleilierfrO SW Louisiana 73 Weber St. 63 Tenn Temple 106. King Tenn 71 Tenn.Wesly 67 Trevecca Naz. 66 Tennessee 74 Mississippi 66 Tenn-Martin 80 N Alabama?! Transylvania70 Malone68 Va Wesleyon 67. Averett 57 Virginia St. 79 Morris Brown 74 Virginia Tech85 W. Kenlucky 71 Wake Forest 70 Md.-E. Shore 46 Woyland Baplist 87. E. New Mexico 58 West Georgia 81 Mississippi Coll. 71 MIDWEST Adrian 71 Marion 63 Akron 64 Youngstown St. 52 Aquinas 101, Calvin 90 Auguslano.S.D.7l Neb.-Omaha 57 Bradley 65. S. Illinois 62 BriorClill 104. S.Dakota Si 85 Capitol 80 Heidelberg 64 Carnegie-Mellon 79 Denison 76 Case Western 64. Rochester 55 Cleveland St. 92 Utica 63 Concordia Moor. 73, St. Mary's Mn. 50 Dakota Si. 63, Black Hills St. 79 Defiance 100 Urbane 86 DePoul66, Dayton 52 Detroil77, Iowa St. 67 Earlhom 8!. Wooster 68 Ferris St. 68. Michigan Tech 64 George Mason 74, James Madison 57 Grand Vol St. 80 Lake Superior St. 68 III. Benedictine 86. Kalamazoo65 Illinois St. 65 Drake 61, OT lnd.-Pur.-lndpls86.Tri-St.81 Iowa 60. Illinois 59 John Carroll 80, Wilmington 77 John Carroll 80, Wilmington Ohio 77 Kenyan 53. Ml. Vernon Nazarene 49 Mocalesler 68, Carleton 58 Marietta 74. Ml. Union 64 Miami. Ohio 63 E. Michigan 52 Michigan 78. Ohio St. 68 Missouri 82 S Indiana 75 N. Dakota 55 MankotoSt.52 N. Illinois 76, Kent Si, 62 NE Missouri SI. 89. Coe 58 Northwestern Iowa 97. Peru St. 77 Oakland. Mich. 98. Northwood 83 Ohio U. 78. Cent Michigan 61 Otterbein 62. Muskingum 53 Purdue 68. Minnesota 61 S. Dakota Tech 87 National 77 Spring Hill 75. Greenville 56 St. Cloud St. 83. N. Dakota SI. 76 Si Francis. Ind. 106 Manchester 83 Si. Joseph's lnd.78. Bellarmine68 Si Thomas Minn. 50 Augsburg 47 SW Missouri 98 Mo-Si Louis62 Tennessee St.70 Jackson Si 63 T l |lm93 Cedarville64 Toledo 70 BallSt 68 W Michigan 85, Bowling Green 73 Wayne Si. Mich 77 Hillsdale7l Wheaton73 Colorado 68 Wichita St. 59 Creighlon57 Wisconsin 57 Northwestern 52 Wis.-Eau Claire 46 Wis -Green Bay 38 Wis -Superior 78 Concordio Minn. 56 Wittenberg 68 Baldwin.Wallace 62 SOUTHWEST Kansas Si.57 N.Texas Si 53 Lamar 81 Pan American 66 Oral Roberls 96, Alabama St. 64 Stephen F Austin 70 Dallas Baptist 49 Texas 57 Rice 46 Texas Christian 71. Arkansas 62 Texas Tech 69 Houston 68 OT Texas-El Paso 62 Utah 52 W.Texas St.52 Iulsa-18 FAR WEST Arizona 62 Arizona St 53 Boise St. 68 E. Washington 56 Denver 63. Tabor Kan 56 Fullerton Si. 85 Long Beach St 80. OT Grand Canyon 89 Hawaii-Hilo74 Kansas Newman 87, McMurry St. 77 Montana 68 Portland 50 N. Arizona 85 Forl Lewis 77 N.Colorado 66 S. Dakota Si 54 New Mexico 60 Brigham Young 57 Oregon St. 54 UCLA 49 Pepperdine94 N Iowa 86 Santa Clara 107 Alaska-Fairbanks 49 Washington 70. Stanlord 69 Whitman 85 St Martini 59 TOURNAMENTS Allegheny Tournament Championship Wabash78 GeneseoSt 54 Third Place Allegheny 72 Edinboro67 Blue Cross-Blue Shield Classic Championship Wright St 86 S Ill.-Edwardsville59 Third Piece Si Michaels 84 N.Y lech 72 Catawba 7-Up Classic Championship Catawba 68 Wesl liberty 56 Third Place Rio Grande 94 Ohio Dominion 70 Christmas Tree Tournament Championship Dist. ot Columbia 65 Indiana. Pa. 45 Third Place Manslield82, Point Park 72 Colby Invitational First Round Potsdam 51 59 E Connecticut 50 Colby 86 Thomas Coll 77 Florida Institute of Technology Classic First Round SE Massachusetts 78. Illinois Tech 77 Benlley75. Florida Tech 72 Frank Shannon Invitational Classic Championship Ohio Northern 56. Ohio Wesleyan 40 Third Place Alma 78. Olivet 68 Lock Haven-Pepsi Tournament Championship. Lock Haven 92, Waynesburg 89 River City Classic Championship SE Missouri 59, Cent Arkansas 46 Third Place Mo -Kansas City 89 Ala -Huntsville62 St. Thomas Holiday Tournament Championship St Thomas Flo 87 Southomoton o'< Third Place 'icon 69 Barry 69 Sooner Invitational Championship Oklahoma 103 SE Louisiana 66 Third Place Aus'in-Peay 75 Ark -Little Rock 6 7 Titan Tipoff Championship lid -S Bend 95 Jordan S! Third Place Nazareth 84 Ind.-Pur.-Coiumbus 68 Union Invitational Championship NYU 91 Williams 80 Third Place Union N Y 72 Weslevon 61 Warner Southern College Tournament Championship Faulkner 80 Spring Aroor 65 Third Place lee 95 Trinity Baotist 76 Consolation Bracket SE Florida 58 Warner Southern 44 8elhaven63 Pensaco.'cChristie"52 Whittier College Tournament Third Place Hope 99 Whittle'89 WLKF Classic Championship Fia Southern 68 Siena 66 Third Ploce Texas-Arlington 68 Centenary 83 Yellow Jacket Classic Second Round Dyke 101 BlueiieldCoil 98 30T W. Virginia St 100 Alliance 61 WOMEN EAST American U. 70, Drexel 63 Boston Coll. 78. Georgetown 63 Pittsburgh 75. Seton Hall 73. OT Rutgers 75, George Woshinglon 37 St. Peter's 67, flucknell 55 Syracuse 68. Connecticut 60 Towson St. 87. Bridgeport 72 Villanova 63. Providence 61 Wagner 66. Hofslra 56 West Chester 65. Delaware 78 SOUTH Duke86,Rodrord72 East Carolina 67. Richmond 33 Georgia Tech 83, Marshall 81 Louisiana St. 67, Mississippi St. 45 Louisiana Tech 73, UCLA 59 Louisville 54, S. Mississippi 53 Middle Tenn. 93, Belmont 47 Mississippi 83, Jackson St. 49 Morehead St. 71, Xovier. Ohio 54 N.Carolina 89, Mary land 76 N. Carolina St. 75, Clemson 62 New Orleans 73. George Mason 57 South Carolina 69, Memphis St. 62 Tennessee 74. West Virginia 58 Virginia 88. N.C Charlotte 65 Virginia Tech 73, Florida St. 68 MIDWEST Akron 83, Youngslown St. 77 Ball St. 67. Toledo 61 Cincinnati 87, Tulane 68 Drake 86. W. Illinois 50 E. Illinois 86, SWMissouriSt.70 Miami, Ohio 77. E. Michigan 76 N. Illinois 84. Kent St. 75 SOUTHWEST Baylor 64, So. Methodist 62 Texas 70, Rice 38 Texas Tech 79, Houston 70 FAR WEST Oregon 83, Pepperdine70 TOURNAMENTS Central Florida Holiday Cloiilc Championship Cent. Florida 97. Wake Forest 86 Third Place Appalachian St. 63. Nicholls St. 56 Fifth Place E. Jennessee St. 73, Fordham 60 Seventh Place Farleigh Dickinson 84, Penn 83 Kangaro6 Coors Shootout Championship San Diego St. 66, Temple 61 Third Place Idaho 68, New Mexico St. 59 Miami-Burger Xing Classic Second Round LoSolle75,Foirfield56 Oklahoma 57, James Madison 55 Miami 76, Dayton 62 Notre Dome 68, SW Texas St. 43 Juco scores Kansas Junior College Scores By The Associated Press Men BarlonCo.87,FortScotl62 Rotary Shootout At Mesa, Ariz. New Mexico Military 94, Tall, Colil. 93 Hutchinson, Kan. 85, Dixie, Utah77 Women Barton Co. 95. Fort Scotl 25 College men NORTH CAROLINA 90, N.C. STATE 79 North Carolina State (79) Shackleford 5-70-1 II, Bolton, 3-71-1 7, Washburn 8-14 5-9 21, Myers 2-6 4-4 8. McMillan 6-10 4-5 16. Lombiotte 4-8 0-0 8. Foscoulas 1-2 0-2 2, flinns 1-3 0-0 2, Brown 2-3 1-35. Totals 32-61 15-25 79. North Carolina (90) Woll 7-14 0-0 14, Hale 5-10 3-4 13 Dougherty 13-192-7 28. Lebo 3-6 2-2 8, K! Smith 6-11 0-0 12, Madden 2-5 1-2 5, Popson 3-6 0-0 6, Hunter 0-1 2-2 2, R. Smith 0-1 2-2 2, Bucknall 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 39-7312-1990. Halftime score—N. Carolina 39, N. Carolina Si. 36. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—N. Carolina St. 31 (Shackleiord 8). N. Carolina 42 (Woll 14). Assists—N. Carolina St. 19 (McMillan 8). N. Carolina 57 (K. Smith 10). Total fouls—N. Carolina St. 20. N. Carolina 18. Technical foul—Popson. A—10,000. MICHIGAN 78, OHIO STATE 68 Michigan (78) Rellford 8-12 2-2 18, Wade 2-3 1-2 5. Torpley 5-14 0-0 10. Grant 9-11 5-6 23, Jouberl 3-9 1-2 7, Thompson 0-3 0-0 0, Rice 3-5 0-0 6, Henderson 4-5 1-1 9. Totals 34-6210-1378. Ohio State (68) Sellers 9-16 7-8 25, Francis 2-4 1-2 5, Wesson 0-3 2-2 2, Wilson 2-9 2-2 6, Hopson 4-8 4-6 12, Lomax 0-2 0-0 0, Burson 4-50-0 8. McGee 3-60-06, Dumas 1 -1 0-0 2, S. Anderson 1 -2 0-02. Totals 265616-2068. Halftime—Michigan 31, Ohio St. 23. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Michigan 31 (Tarpley 9), Ohio St. 29 (Sellers 15). Assists—Michigan 10 (Jouberl 5), Ohio St. 13 (Wilson 7). Total louls-Michigon 20. Ohio St. 14. A-13,681. DUKE Bl, MARYLAND 75 Duke(Bl) Henderson 12-16 1 -2 25, Alarie 7-11 3-6 17, Ferry 1-4 3-4 5, Amaker 4-8 0-0 8. Dawkins 6-11 9-10 21, King 1-1 0-0 2, Bilos 1-4 1-3 3 Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Strickland 0-0 0-0 0, Tolals 32-55 17-25 81. Maryland (75) Bias 10-17 8-10 28, Lewis 3-3 1-2 7. Massenburg 2-3 0-0 4. Gatlin 2-7 0-0 4. Johnson 7-12 4-5 IB, Baxter 6-100-1 12, Jones 1-5 0-0 2, Dickerson 0-0 0-0 0. Tolals31-57 13-1875. Holftime—Duke 39. Maryland 34. Rebounds—Duke 27 (Henderson. Ferry 7) Maryland 30 (Lewis 12). Assists—Duke 15 (Amaker 6), Maryland 11 (Gatlin 4). Fouled out —Henderson. Total louls—Duke 23 Maryland 20. A 14.500. SYRACUSE 96. SETON HALL 75 Seton Hall (75) Solley 1-2 3-5 5, Burlon 0-1 2-2 2, Bryant 4-7 0-1 8. Major 3-7 0-0 6, Greene 2-30-1 4. McCloud4-89-9 17, D.Walker 3-3 7-10 13, Morion 3-10 8-12 14. Ramos 1 -4 2-2 4. Sina 0-0 0-1 0. Torruella 0-1 2-2 2. Long 0-1 0-0 0. Tolals 21 -47 33-45 75. Syracuse (96) Tnche 4-5 0-0 8. Alexis 5-10 6-7 16. Seikaly 6-9 2-7 14, Addison 7-11 5-6 19, Washington 2-4 3-4 7, Brower 1-1 0-0 2, Monroe 3-4 2-2 8. Michael Brown 3-8 0-0 6. R. Walker 1 -2 2-4 4, Douglas 4-5 2-2 10. Kalz 1-1 0-02. Kohm 0-0 0-00. Barnes 0-0 0-0 0, Mel Brown 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 37 60 22-3296. Halllime-Syracuse 45, Seton Hall 31. Fouled oul—Brower, R. Walker. D. Walker. Rebounds-Seton Hall 36 (McCloud 7), Syracuse 32 (Addison 9). Assists- Seton Hall 7 (Greene, Morton 2|. Syracuse 29 (Washington 10). Total louls -Selon Hall 24, Syracuse 32. A-24.BI7. GEORGIA TECH 64. VIRGINIA 61 Georgia Tech (64) Hammonds 6-80-0 12 Ferrell 4-8 1-1 9 Solley 2-7 2-2 6 Dolrymoie 6-11 1-2 13 Price 8-15 2-218. Neal 2-5 2-2 6 Ford 0-1 0-00. Tolols 28-55 8-9 64 Virginia (61) A Kennedy 4-8 2-2 10 Sheehey 5-H 4414 Polymce'7-133-317 Colloway 2-5004 M. Kennedy 4-13 2-2 10 Johnson 0-1 0-00 Dyslin 0-00-00 Morgan 3-6 0-0 6. Tolals25.571l.il 61. Halftime—Georgia Tech 35 Virginia 35 Fouled out —None Rebounds—Georgia Tech 24 Price 6 Ferrell 6' Virginia 33 (A. Kennedy 11}. Assists—Georgia Tech 13 (Dalrymple 41 Virginia 10 (Callowoy4*77" Total fouls—Georgia Tech 12 Virginia 14 A-9000. OKLAHOMA 103, SE LOUISIANA M Southeast Louisiana (M) Dukes 2-9 0-2 4 Fortenberry 1-7 0-0 2 Dixon 6-7 0-1 12 Venoble 1-1 2-2 4. Cousin 5-12 0-0 10 Greene 2-6 1-1 5 Gordon 1-5 0-0 2 Williams 6-8 3-4 15, Bozille 0-2 1-21 Falcon 2-2 3-4 7 Brown 0-00-00 McCougheyl-1 2-24. Totols 276012-1866. Oklahoma (103) Kennedy 7-15 7-8 21 Sieger 4-6 0-0 8 Watson 3-7 0-0 6 Bowie 3-8 0-0 6 McCaiister 15-21 1-2 31 Phipps 3-8 2-3 8 Martin 3-5 2-2 8 Davis I -3 4-4 6 King 0-0 0-00 Johnson 1-4 0-0 2 Roberts 2-2 3-3 7. Thomas 0-2 0-0 0 Totals 42-81 19-22 103. Halflime—Oklahoma 38, SE Louisiana 21. Fouled out—Watson. Rebounds—SE Louisiana 29 tDukes 8), Oklahoma 45 ;Kennedy, Watson 9). Assists—SE Louisiana 13 (Gordon 41. Oklahoma 25 (Davis 6j. Total fouls—SE louisiana 19 Oklahoma 20. Technicals—Bowie. SE Louisiana bench. A—9.626. LSU 90, MISSISSIPPI ST. 84 Mississippi State (M) Dillon 5-8 4-7 14. Brown 3-8 1-2 7 Taylor 7-10 3-4 17. Robinson 6-8 2-2 14 Lockhart 11 -16 4-4 26 Blakely 3-7 0-0 6 Totals 35-57 14-19 84. Louisiana State (90) Williams 11-19 7-9 29 N. Wilson 4-9 811 16, Blonton 4-60-0 8 Taylor 6-10 3-5 15, Redden 2-9 2-2 6 A, Wilson 5-6 2-2 12. Bukumirovich0-00-00. Brown2-30-0 4 Vargas 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 34-63 22-29 90. Holftime—LSU 44. Mississippi St. 39. Fouled out — Taylor. Rebounds—Mississippi St. 26 (Dillon 8), LSU 35 (N. Wilson 12). Assists—Mississippi SI. 20 (Lockhart 9), LSU 22 (Williams 6). Total fouls—Mississippi St. 21, LSU 14. A—11.946. ST. JOHN'S 78, PITTSBURGH 75 (ot) Pittsburgh (75) Lane 1-60-02. Gore6-12 1-2 13 Smith 7-9 1-315, Aiken 11 -13 1 -3 23, David 2-4 0-0 4, Shephord 6-9 3-515 Armslrong 1 -1 1-23. Totals 34-547-1575 St. John's (78) Glass 5-9 6-9 16. Jones 4-7 2-2 10 Berry 10-23 6-7 26. Rowan 3-11 6-6 12 Jackson 4-6 4-5 12, Brass 0-0 0-0 0. Soldi 1-10-02. Tolols 27-57 24-29 78. Holftime—Pittsburgh 41'SI. John's 34. Regulation—67-67. Fouled out—Smith. Rebounds—Pittsburgh 21 (Smith 6). St. John's 34 (Berry 10). Assists—Pittsburgh 16 (Gore, Aiken 5). Si. John's 15 (Jackson 6). Tolol touls—Pittsburgh 22, St. John's 16. A-6,008. GEORGETOWN 110, PROVIDENCE 79 Providence (79) Kipfer3-ll 5-10 11, Lewis 6-130-0 12, S. Wrighl 2-7 5-6 9. Storks 1-3 0-1 2, Donovan 8-14 5-7 21. Brown 2-12 2-2 6, Roth 3-9 2-2 8, Duda 0-1 2-4 2, Palazzi 2-5 0-04. D. Wright 2-50-34, Totals 29-8021 3579. Georgetown (110) Williams 9-15 5-7 23. Wingate 4-9 3-4 11, Dalton 3-4 2-2 8, M. Jackson 5-7 6-8 16, Broadnax 6-9 1-513, J. Jackson 7-10 4-5 18, Smith 1-20-0 2, Edwards 2-4 0-14, Mateen 3-3 3-4 9, Winslon 1-2 0-0 2. Highsmith 0-0 1-21. McDonald 0-1 3-4 3. TolaMl-66 28-42110. Holftime—-Georgetown 55. Providence 43. Fouled oul—S. Wrighl. J. Jackson. Rebounds—Providence 40 (S. Wright 7). Georgetown 52 (Williams 11). Assists— Providence 12 (Lewis, Slarks 3), Georgetown 25 (M. Jackson 8). Total Fouls— Providence 31, Georgetown 24. Technical Foul—Edwards. A—6.869. KENTUCKY 80, VANDERBILT 71 Kentucky (80) Harden 3-6 0-0 6. Bennell 7-13 2-2 16. Walker 10-12 5-8 25, fllackmon 2-5 4-4 8, Davender 8-123-4 19, Madison 2-3 2-2 6, Jenkins 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-51 16-20 80. Vanderbllt(71) Clem 0-0 0-1 0. Kernel 4-13 2-3 10, Burrow 5-11 8-8 18, Goheen 2-6 0-0 4. Dulaney 7-11 3-4 17, Booker 3-8 1-2 7. Westbrooks 4-9 3-311. Perdue 0-0 0-0 0. Reece 2-4 0-04. Neff 0-0 0-0 0. Tolals 276217-2171. Halllime—Kentucky 43, Vanderbill 28. Fouled oul—Davender. Rebounds—Kentucky 29 (Bennelt 14), Vanderbilt 31 (Burrow 9). Assists—Kenlucky 16 (Harden 6), Vonderbilt 9 (Booker 5). Total louls—Kenlucky 25. Vanderbilt 19. A—15,626. IOWA 60, ILLINOIS 59 Iowa (60) Marble 5-7 I -2 11, Lorenzen 4-5 5-6 13, LohausO-1 0-1 0, Banks4-80-08, Jones2- 7 0-0 4, Armstrong 0-2 0-0 0. Moe 2-3 0-0 4, Wright 7-9 4-5 18, Gamble 1-2 0-0 2, Horton0-1 0-00, Totals 25-45 10-14 60. Illinois (59) Winters 1-60-02. Welch 11-20 I-I 23. Norman 6-9 0-2 12, Douglas 4-8 0-0 8, Wysinger 2-5 0-0 4, Blackwell 3-6 2-2 8, Mentz 1 -3 0-0 2. Tolols 28-57 3-5 59. Halftime—Iowa 26. Illinois 22. Fouled Out—None. Rebounds-Iowa 24 (Wrighl 8). Illinois 29 (Norman 6). Assisls-lowa 19 (Banks, Moe 4), Illinois 13 (Douglas 10). Tolal louls—Iowa 11. Illinois 15. A-16.676. NOTRE DAME 77, La SALLE 63 Notre Dame (77) Kemplon2-50-l 4, Barlow 7-12 2-2 16, Royal 4-8 4-5 12, Rivers 7-17 10-12 24, Stevenson 0-4 0-0 0, Dolan 4-7 0-0 8. Price 6-81-213, Hicks 0-1 0-0 0. Totols 306017-2477. La Solle (63) Legler 4-9 0-0 8. Korelz 5-12 0-1 10. Barnes 0-0 0-00, Greenberg 9-16, 7-8 25, Robinson 2-4 0-0 4. Tarr 1-41-1 3, lee 6100-012, Jones 0-1 1-2 I. Totals 27-5691263. Halftime—la Salle 34, Notre Dame 33. Rebounds—Notre Dame 40 (Dolon 11), La Salle 24 (lee 6). Assists—Noire Dame 12 (Rivers 8), La Salle 7 (Legler, Greenberg, Robinson 2). Total louls—Noire Dame 16, La Salle 19. A-8.281. LOUISVILLE 94, WYOMING 62 Wyoming (62) Dembo 9-16 5-7 23. Sommers 4-7 0-0 8. leckner 4-9 8-9 16. Dent 0-2 0-00, Bolden 2-5 1-3 5, Boyd 3-6 2-2 8, Hunt 0-0 0-0 0, Wirth 0-0 0-0 0, Lodgins 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 23-4616-2162. Louisville (?4) Thompson 13-144-530, Crook 6-11 1-1 13. Ellison 2-5 3-4 7, Wogner 4-9 2-2 10, Hall 3-7 0-0 6, Valenline 2-5 0-0 4. McSwain I -2 0-0 2, Walls 0-1 3-4 3, Payne 5-9 2-3 12, West 0-0 0-1 0. Robinson 1 -300 2, Abram 1-1 1-2 3, Kimbro 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 39-68 16-22 94, Halllime—Louisville 46, Wyoming 34, Fouled out —Bolden. Rebounds—Wyoming 17 (Dembo 5), Louisville 43 (Crook 8). Assists—Wyoming 12 (Dent 5). Louisville 26 (Wagner. Hall 6). Total fouls—Wyoming 19. Louisville 19. A-19,037. VIRGINIA TECH 65, WEST. KENTUCKY 71 Western Kentucky (71) Tisdale 1-7 0-0 2. Miller 4-11 1-2 9, Martin 0-1 1-2 1, Gordon 5-15 0-0 10. Lickliler 0-1 0-0 0. McNary 2-4 2-4 6. Johnson 2-7 4-5 8, Frank 2-6 3-3 7, McNeal 2-5 0-1 4, Asberry 4-8 0-0 8. Swagger 3-9 4-6 10, Lee 3-7 0-1 6. Totals 28-81 15-2471. Virginia Tech (85) Colbert 4-95-6 13. Beecher 7-14 2-3 16, Brow 4-6 I -2 9. Curry 10-23 6-6 26, Caesar 2-4 0-04, Forl 0-0 2-2 2, Burgess 2-4 1-25, Williams 1-1 0-0 2, Anderson 4-5 0-1 8. Totals 34-66 17-22 85. Halftime—Virginia Tech 34, Western Kentucky 23. Fouled out—Brow. Rebounds—Western Kenlucky 49 (Miller 13). Virginia Tech 42 (Beecher 8). Assists—Western Kentucky 10 (Gordon, McNory 2). Virginia Tech 25 (Curry 8). Tolol touls—Western Kentucky 19 Virginia Tech 23. A—5 172. MISSOURI 82. SOUTHERN INDIANA 75 Southern Indiana (75) Hall 6-8 1-2 13 A. Jackson 2-4 6-6 10. Stevens 0-2 0-0 0 Embrey 7-192-3 16 S. Jackson 14-22 0-0 28 Clark 0-0 0-0 0. Eberhord 0-0 0-0 0 Wright 0-0 0-0 0. Meade 3-82-28. Moran 0-0 0-0 0. Totols 32-6311-1375. Missouri (82) Cheivous 6-10 13-19 25. Sondbothe S- 10 3-4 13 Bingenheimer 5-7 3-6 13. Strong 6-15 3-4 15. Hardy 4.7 2-2 10. Roundtree 0-0 0-0 0. Musser 1-3 0-0 2. Brockman 0-0 2-2 2, Leonard 1-1 0-1 2 Totals 28-53 26-38 82. Holftime—S. Indiana 43 Missouri 36. Fouled oul—A. Jackson. Wrighl. Rebounds—S. Indiana 30 (Meade. 8), Missouri 38 (Sandbolhe 12). Assists—S. Indiana 19 (Embrey 12V Missouri 14 (Sondbothe 5). Tolol fouls—S. Indiana 28 Missouri 10. Technicals—S. Indiana bench. A—8,375. UAB 66, OLD DOMINION 51 Old Dominion (SI) Davis 0-1 0-00 Gotlison 4-10 3-6 11 Charles 1-1 2-3 4 Smith 5-6 0-0 10 Thomas 2-9 3-4 7 Wade 2-3 0-0 4 Royster 3-80-06 Tolson 0-1 0-00 Honley 3-9 3-4 9 Totols 20-48 II-17 51. Alabama-Birmingham (66) Charles 2-3 2-6 6 Mincy 4-9 3-5 II Johnson 1-5 1-2 3 Mitchell 8-15 0-0 16 Ponder 9-14 3-7 21 Foster 0-0 0-0 0 Collins 0-0 0-0 0 Turner 0-0 0-0 0 Howard 0-0 0-0 0 Gordon 2-3 1-2 5 Evans 0-0 0-0 0-0 Baker 2-2 0-0 4 Totols 26-51 10-2266. Holilime—Old Dominion 29. UAB 29. Fouled out—Gottison. College women BETHEL 89. ST. JOHN'S 39 St.John's-Winlield(39) Maxwell 6416, Kenny 204, J. Bordine 3 I 7, J. Palenske 204. Schmidt 000 Gambrell 1 0 2. S. Bordine 0 0 0 D Polenskel46. Totols 154 39 Bethel (89) M. Goering 000, Sieffert 8 1 17, N. Goering 124. Williams 4513, Olte 328 Downing 2 1 5, KellerOOO, Kroeker 1 0 2^ Nickel 4 I 9. Ellick 306, Hook 5111 Welly 62 14. Totals371589. HALFTIME - Belhel 47, St. John's 16 TOTAL FOULS - St. John's 21, Belhel 17. TECHNICAL FOULS — none. FOULED OUT —none. Prep scores Saturday's Games BOYS Goodland 56 Garden City 5i Highland Park 55. Manhattan 54 Iebo60 Madison 47 liberal 65 Great Bend 42 Norlh Central 59 Volley Heights 50 Northern Valley 68 Smilh Center 35 Sharon 44. Chase 43 GIRLS Chase 45 Sharon 27 Goodlond 51, Garden City 41 Lebo 69. Madison 38 Northern Volley 67, Smith Center 31 Valley Heights 50, Norlh Central 37 FRIDAY'S SCORES BOYS Andole49, Maize 40 Arkansas City 61, Newton 60 Alwood51,Morland38 Belle Plaine 66, Udall49 Bennington 70, Wilson 57 Buhler65, Kingmon57 Burrton47,Goessel43 Central Burden 49, Coldwell 35 Christ. Chal. 59, Conwoy Spg. 50 Claflin 70, Kinsley60 Coldwater 57, Fowler 40 Council Grove 44, Clay Center 39 Dighton 51, Scott City 44 Ell-Saline 58, Miltonvale 47 Ellin wood 51, St. John's 40 Ellis64,Phillipsburg57 Ellinwood5i,St.John40 Galena 55, Girard 53 (ot) Gardner 47, Osawatomie 36 Garnet) 61, Baldwin 59 Glasca 51, Tipton 48 (ot) Goodland 54, Hoxie 47 Hanover 85, Riley County 48 Haven 56, Sedgwick 42 Hesston 90, Inman 29 Hill City 56, Stockton 48 Hillsboro 57, Remington 35 Hutchinson 65, Winfield 52 JetmoreSB, Ness City 38 Kensington 80, Lenora75 Lawrence 73, Shaw. Mission West 54 Liberal 68, Hays 48 Linwood89, Elwoodl9 little River 69, Conlon-Galvo 56 Lyndon 49, Chase County 37 Lyons77,Peabody44 Mankato 65, Pike Valley 43 Marais des Cygnes 61, Flinthills 45 McPherson 71, Salina Central 45 Moundridge70, Halstead 57 Nemoho Volley 58, Jackson Heights 53 Northern Heights 91, Hamillon 44 Olathe South 73. Stanley-B. Valley 66 Oswego 47, Altamont-Lab. Co. 42 (2ot) Paolo 67, Ottawa 50 Pittsburg 83, Nevada, Mo. 59 PiltsburgColgan49, NE-Arma34 Plainville70, Osborne54 Pomona 48, Jayhawk-Linn45 Quinter57,Wheatland54 Rose Hill 64, Douglass 54 Satanta 55, Moscow 49 Silver lake 51, Rossville 48 Smith Center 61, Norton 46 South Barber 73, Medicine lodge 67 SI. Marys 89, Osage City 61 St. John's Beloil 62. St. Xavier 59 Topeka West 65. Junction City 64 (2ot) Troy 66. Volley Falls 36 Ulysses 64. Elkhart 36 Valley Heights 68, Clifton-Clyde 50 Wabaunsee 64, Mission Valley 51 WaKeeney 48 Victoria 38 Washington 54, Linn 50 Weskan77,Herndon37 Wichita East 56. Wichita Wesl 55 Wichita Heights 51, Wichita NW 50 Wichita North 53, Wich. Kapaun-MC 52 Wichita South 56. Wichita Southeast 54 GIRLS Ashland 52, Protection 28 Atwood52,Morland43 Belle Plaine 42, Udall 40 (2ot) Blueslem 49, Dexter 27 Burrlon 63, Goessel 25 Canton-Galva 54, Little River 39 Central Heights 51, Uniontown 44 Chase County 46, Lyndon 18 Clallin 59, Kinsley 22 Clifton-Clyde 34, Valley Heights 28 Council Grove 44, Clay Center 12 Derby 55, El Dorado 40 Dighton 55, Scott City 34 Ellinwood57,St.John47 Ellis42,Phillipsburg39 Ell-Saline 41. Miltonvale 31 Flinthills 65, Marais des Cygnes 39 Fredonia 58, Cherryvale 56 Girard 63, Galena 12 Goodland 44, Hoxie 36 Haven 61. Sedgwick 38 Hessian 48, Inman 44 Hulchinson 49, Winfield 43 Jayhawk-Linn 43, Pomona 30 Kensington 49, Lenora 37 Linn 39, Washington 28 Lyons 75, Peabody 34 Manhattan 66. Salina South 35 Monkalo 53, Pike Valley 41 Medicine Lodge 44, South Barber 38 Nemaha Volley 53, Jackson Heights 45 Newton 66, Arkansas City 28 Northern Heights 50, Hamillon 29 Norton 54, Smith Cenler 52 (ot) Oswega 42, Labetle Co.-Allamont 21 Pittsburg Colgon 48, NE-Arma37 Remington 40, Hillsboro 27 Riley County 76, Hanover 54 Rose Hill 55, Douglass 42 Rossville 41, Silver lake 36 Salina Central 51, McPherson 4B Satanla 45. Moscow 31 Shawnee Heights 60, Emporia 43 Skyline 40, Haviland 38 Southeast of Saline 57. Chapman 32 Spearville 63, Greensburg 22 St. George 45, Burlingame 25 St. Marys 63, Osage City 47 Slanlon County 37, Hugoton 25 Stock ton 54, Hill City 23 Tipton 40, Glasco21 Utica 3B. Jennings 37 Valley Falls 41, Troy 40 Valley Heights 68. Clifton-Clyde 50 Wabaunsee 69, Mission Valley 32 Weskan 67, Herndon 27 Whealland56,Qumter36 Wichita East 54, Wichita West 28 Wichita Heights 60, Wichita NW 38 Wich, Kapaun-MC 56. Wichita Norlh 52 Wichita Southeast 47. Wichita South 43 Wilson 62, Bennington 52 Prep boys HIGHLAND PAKK SS. MANHATTAN 54 HighlondPark 6 15 16 18-55 Manhattan 16 11 12 15-54 Highland Pork — Edwards 2. Hernandez 2, Robbens 12 Carr 6. Gray 16 McBride 14, Buckner 3. Manhattan — Weigel 4. Kandl 11, WeisS. Marshall 16. Mugler6. Bonser 9. NO. VAUEY it, SMITH CENTER 35 Smilh Cenler 8 8 7 12 —35 Northern Volley 20 13 18 17 — 68 Smilh Cenler — Rorobaugh 13, Terrill 11, Shivly 4, Borto 5. Voorhees 2. Northern Valley — Stutterheim 10, Ames 7. Lowry 12, Vallin 18, Boird 9. Covinglon 2, Vincent 8, Bach 2. NORTH CENTRAL 59, V*AL. HEIGHTS 50 Valley Heights 4 18 18 10 — 50 Norlh Central 10 15 26 8-59 Volley Heights — Johnson 7. Merrill 3, Russel 16, Nordquist 6, Lindquist 8. Peper 2, Cloycamp 2, Yungeberg 6. North Central — Grove 4, Graves 10, Matt Miller 10. E.Milter 24, Durst 11. LIBERAL 45, GREAT BEND 42 Great Bend 8 6 14 14 —42 Liberal 11 15 21 18 — 65 Great Bend — T.Hipp 2, Kevin Kaufman 2, K.Hipp 16, Mabry 2. Dunekack 8. Wogner 2, Kendall Kaufman 2, WondraS. liberal — Huskey 25, Sumner 6. G.Johnson 10, Taylor 6, R.Johnson 7. Wilbers2. lee 9. SHARON U, CHASE 43 Chase 12 8 12 11—43 Sharon 998 18 — 44 Chase — McEachern 7, Ankerholz 3, Linkel3,Hulll3.Kees!inl5,Siedl2. Sharon — Rondels 6. L.McGuire 9. Greg Schreiner 16, George Schreiner 7, Dohm4.Ricke2. Prep girls VAUEY HTS. 50. NORTH CENTRAL 37 Volley Heights 9 16 11 14 — 50 North Central 8 9 4 16 — 37 Valley Heights — A.Edwards I. Weis 25. L.Edwords 1. White 2. Bach 2, Piper 2. O'Toole 15, Harding 2. Norlh Central — Nold 1. Zenger 2. Kerr 24, Prellwitz2. Brown 4. Miller 4. GOODLAND 51, GARDEN CITY 41 GardenCily 8 14 8 11—41 Goodland 13 14 12 12 — 51 Garden City — Cartmill 10, Sander 2, Smith7.Pollmon4,McVeyl8. Goodlond — Dawes 2, Lake 6, Willis 2, Ginther 2, Bergin 10, Coash 4. Briney 19, Brown 6. CHASE 45, SHARON 27 Chose 12 7 8 18 — 45 Sharon 6 2 9 10 —27 Chase — C.Luyster 6 Miller 1, A.Luysler21.Jenl4,Reedl3. Sharon — Rausch 15, L.Ricke 2, S.Dohm 2, Fischer 2, Gehlen 2, S.Ricke 4. Golf PGA scores PARADISE ISLAND. Bahamas (AP) — Third-round scores Saturday in the $300,000 Bahamas Classic on the 6,976-yard, par-72 Paradise Island Golf Club course: Halelrwin 70-68-64—202 Scott Hoch 67-68-67—202 Ed Fiori 67-69-68—204 BobTwoy 67-66-72—205 JeHSIuman 69-68-69—206 Davis Love III 65-68-73—206 MarkMcCumber 66-71-70—207 BobLohr 64-69-74-207 Mike Donald 70-71-68—209 Jell Lewis 68-71-70—209 Donnie Hammond 69-67-73—209 BillGlasson 72-68-70—210 Mark Hayes 69-69-72—210 Willie Wood 68-69-74—211 BillKratzert 73-70-69—212 Jodie Mudd 72-71-69-212 RonSlreck 70-73-70—213 DougTewell 69-70-74—213 Howard Twitty 73-71-70—214 Mike Smith 71-71-72—214 Morris Hatalsky 73-69-72—214 Tommy Valentine 72-68-74—214 Jim Thorpe 68-70-76— 214 MacO'Grady 71-73-71—215 Ronan Rafferty 71-71-73—215 Jay Haas 74-67-74—215 Brett Upper 77-70-69—216 J.C.Sneod 71-74-71—216 PaulAiinger 70-73-73—216 Clarence Rose 70-72-74—216 Woody Blackburn 71-70-75—216 Brad Faxon 72-69-75—216 Anders Forsbrond 72-74-72—218 BrodFabel 71-74-73—218 Steve Pate 72-72-74—218 BenCrenshaw 74-69-75—218 Joelnman 72-76-71—219 GregMaycock 73-72-74—219 Frank Conner 72-72-76—220 Jimmy Delancey 74-72-75—221 Vance Heafner 75-74-74—223 Rex Coldwell 77-74-73—224 DaveOgrin 81-72-75—228 Spalding scores PEBBLE BEACH. Calif. (AP) - Scores after Saturday's third round of the $200.000 Spalding Invitational gall tournament, ployed on three courses: TimNorris 69-64-68—201 Dan Forsman 65-70-68—203 Don Pooley 68-64-73-205 Dan Halldorson 69-67-71 —207 Danny Edwards 68-70-70—208 Howard Clark 69-68-72—209 George Archer 65-71-74—2)0 RonCerrudo 67-74-69—210 Lennie Clements 71-70-69—210 Ronnie Block 71-70-69—210 BobEostwood 71-68-71—210 Markflrooks 71-70-69—210 Mike Reid 68-70-72—210 Peter Oosterhuis 70-70-70—210 Rod Curl 72-71-68-211 AndyNorth 65-71-75—211 GregNorman 71-69-71—211 Patty Sheehan 68-69-75—212 Bobby Clompett 68-75-70—213 RobBoldl 75-68-70—213 Tim Simpson 71-71-72—214 AIGeiberger 73-75-66—214 Sally little 73-69-72-214 DonBies 66-72-76—214 Johnny Miller 72-70-73—215 ValSkinner 71-76-68—215 Buddy Gardner 70-72-73—215 Alice Miller 69-69-77—215 JohnMohaffey 71-67-78—216 Ken Green 73-74-69—216 Dave Stockton 75-72-69—216 Dick Lot! 70-71-75—216 BobLunn 72-72-72—216 DavidGleni 70-70-76—216 Quebec 7. Detroit 2 Edmonton 4. Hartford 3 Montreal 6. Calgary S Los Angeles 6. Toronto 4 St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 1 Sunday's Gomel Los Angeles at Buffalo. 6:05 p.m. Detroit at Toronto, 6:05 p.m. Quebec at N.Y. Rangers. 6:35 p.m. Vancouver ot Winnipeg. 7:05 p.m. Calgary at Edmonton. 7:05 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. World Juniors World Junior Hockey By The Associated Press W I T Pis GF GA x-Soviet Union 7 0 0 14 42 14 y-Conada 5 2 0 10 54 21 z-United States 4 3 0 8 35 26 Czechoslovakia 4 3 0 8 29 20 Sweden 4 3 0 8 26 23 Finland 3 4 0 6 31 23 Switzerland 1 6 0 2 19 54 Wesl Germany 0 7 0 0 9 65 x-won go Id medal y-won silver medal z-won bronze medal Thursday's Games Czechoslovakio2, FinlondO Soviet Union 4, Canada 1 Sweden 10. West Germany 0 United Stoles 11, Swilzerland 3 Saturday Games United States 5. Sweden 1 Czechoslovakia 5, Conodo3 Switzerland 7, Wesl Germany 1 Soviet Union 4, Finland 3 END TOURNAMENT Soccer MISL standings Major Indoor Soccer League By The Associated Press All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Minnesota 12 8 .600 — Cleveland 10 8 .556 1 Baltimore 9 8 .529 I'/, Pittsburgh 8 9 .471 7V, Dallas 9 12 .429 3V, Chicago 7 9 .438 3 Western Division San Diego 11 6 .647 — Wichita 10 6 .625 V, St. Louis 10 10 .500 2V, Kansas City 9 9 .500 2'/, Tacoma 9 12 .429 4 Los Angeles 5 12 .294 6 Friday's Games Cleveland 4, Pittsburgh 3 Chicago 3, Minnesota 1 Kansas City 2, Dallas I SI. Louis 5, Tacoma 2 Son Diego 9. Wichita 0 Saturday's Games Baltimore 8. Dallas 4 St. Louis 4, Cleveland 3, OT Tacoma 5, Kansas City 3 Wichita at Los Angeles, (n) Tuesday's Games Kansas City at Wichita, 7:35 p.m. Wrestling Kids Federation Herington Tournament Individual Champions 6-under division 37-40 pounds — Tucker, El Dorado; 43 — McCoy. Augusta; 46 — Haskell, El Dorado: 49 — Ralph, Wichita; 52-55 — Stanley, Wichita. B-under division 43 — Herman, Hutchinson; 46 — Swarts, Abilene; 49 — Miller. .-Clearwater; 52 — Lawrenz, Herington; 55 — Peterson, Augusta; 58 — Finney, Clearwater: 61 — Deines, Herington; 64 — Hosford, Emporia; 67 — Taplin, Abilene. 70 — lowen, Hutchinson; 73 — Humbarger. Emporia; 80 — O'Brien, Wichita. 10-under division 50-55 — Waechter, Emporia; 60 — Jorges. Wichita; 65 — Ewalt, Paolo; 70 — Shephard, Wichita; 75 — Wheeler, Wichita; 80 — Kerschen, Wichita Carroll; 85 — Turner, Abilene; 90 — Swarts, Abilene: 95 — Linden, Emporia: 100 — Rairdon, Wichita Carroll; HWT — Gillespie, Rice County. 12>under division 60 — Byrd, Hutchinson; 65 — Khoury, Wichita; 70 — Olph. Wichita; 75 — Muhlig, Heringlon; 80 — Bosley, Wichita; 85 — Kerschen, Wichita Carroll; 90 — Ayala, Wichita; 100 — Moshier, Wichita; 105 — Hedrick, Wichita; 110 — Lawson. Augusta; 115-120 — Parke, Wichita Carroll; 130 — Lopez, Emporio; HWT —While. Douglass. 14-under division 75 — Zwierzychowkski, Hutchinson; 85 — Reel, Wichita; 95 — Wlllmer, Hutchinson: 100 — Anthony, Rice County; 105 — White. Douglass; 110 — George, Wichita Carroll; 115 — Lopez, Emporia; 125-135 — Bowls, Rice County; 145 —White, Rice County. Hockey Etc. NHL standings Natlonol Hockey league By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W I T Ptf GF GA Philadlpha 29 II 0 58 183 123 Woshnglon 24 10 4 52 156 123 NY Isles 16 14 9 41 151 148 NY Rangers 17 20 2 36 138 134 Pittsburgh 16 19 4 36 149 144 New Jersey 13 23 I 27 136 172 Adams Division Montreal 21 13 4 46 174 138 Quebec 21 15 2 44 154 124 Boston IB 14 7 43 151 135 Buffalo IB 17 4 40 142 133 Hartford 19 18 1 39 151 151 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrli Division St. Louis 17 14 4 38 133 138 Chicago 17 16 4 38 164 171 Minnesota 14 16 7 35 155 144 Toronto 10 21 5 25 136 162 Delroil 8 25 5 21 122 200 Smythe Division Edmonton 28 7 4 60 206 153 Calgary 17 17 3 37 158 140 Vancouver 13 22 4 30 143 165 Winnipeg 12 25 4 28 150 196 Los Angeles 11 22 4 26 130 187 Friday's Games Washington 3, New Jersey 2 Montreal 7, Winnipeg 3 Saturday's Games Boston 4, Buffalo 0 Chicago 4, N.Y. Islanders! Washington 9. New Jersey 3 Transactions Saturday's Sports Transactions By The Associated Press HOCKEY National Hockey League LOS ANGELES KINGS-Recalled Rollie Melanson, goalie, from New Haven of the American Hockey League. Assigned Darren Eliot, goalie, la New Haven NEW YORK ISLANDERS-Recalled Roger Korlko. cenler. from Springfield of Ihe American Hockey League. COLLEGE TENNESSEE- CHATTANOOGA—Announced the resignation of Joe Pate, defensive coordinator and Johnny Henderson, defensive secondary coach, to accepl similar positions al Norlh Carolina Slale YOUNGSTOWN ST.-Named Ken Conalser offensive coordinator and Jim Bollman defensive coordinator. Bowling City results MEN K*gl>r State Farm 32 22 Gordine Auto Service 3) 23 Tony's Pizza 3, 2 3 Gordine Auto Service 942-2752 Mike Gordine 597, Duane Olson 224 Booster King Louie 29 22 Del's Alternator No. 2 29 22 Cable T.V. 888-2583, Jim Stack 223 Don Borthwick 609. Commercial Moose No. 241V, 30'/i Moose No. 1 4\ 3) Gleason & Son Signs 4) 31 Surburban T.V. 865. Moose No 22482 John Fisher 221, Tim Kaiser 594. Thursday Nil* Men Salina Coffee House 40V, 23Vi Shirts by Francis 35 29 The Zips 945, Salina Coffee House 2718, Wayne Nelson 249, Tom Mlllikin 626. Friday Night Men I Don't Know 34 20 King Louie All Star 31 23 King Louie 983-2850, Pal Reid 247, Roger Lawson 697. Split Tony's No. 3 43 Tony's No. 1 45 Tony's No. 3 921, Tony's No 1 2568 Jerry Pauley 235, Kenny Hendrix 586 ' WOMEN Tuesday Morning Coffee Gutter Gals 45 3^ 4 Stars 45 3, 4 Stars 608, Johnson Trucking 1807 Normo Bradford 192. Sandy Slubowski 192, Annelta Holcom 515. Sunflower S&S Concrete 41 27 Stewart International 40 V, 27 M Singer 704-1975. Nell Honchelt 233579. MIXED Saturday Nit* Mixed Pinheards 39'/, 28% Gutter Busters 39 29 Striked Spare 39 29 RSL 772-2062, Chris Engelken 277-692 Karen Parson 217, Pom linblom 552.

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