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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Tuesday, January 7,1986 Page 12 L Basketball NBA standings All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. G6 Boston 25 7 .781 Philadelphia 21 13 .618 5 New Jersey 21 14 .600 5', Woshinglon 16 17 .485 9'i New York 11 23 ,324 15 Central Division Milwaukee 24 12 .667 — Atlanta • 17 15 .531 5 Cleveland 15 19 .441 8 Detroit IS 19 .441 8 Chicago 14 22 .389 10 Indiana 10 22 .313 12 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 22 12 .647 Denver 19 14 .576 2.. SanAnlonio 20 15 .571 T; Dallas 15 15 .500 5 Utah 17 IS 486 5. Sacramento 11 22 333 10'i Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 27 5 .644 _ Portland 22 16 .579 B Seattle 13 20 .394 14. Phoenix 10 20 .333 16 L.A. Clippers 11 23 .324 17 Golden State 12 25 .324 17 , Sunday's Gomes Portland 136. Golden State 120 Phoenix at Seattle, ppd. leaking roof L.A. Lakers 118, Washington 88 Late Games Not Included Monday's Games Philodelphio 108 San Antonio 102 Washington at Sacramento, (n) Phoenix at Seattle. !n) Tuesday's Games Indiana at New York. 6:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Atlanta. 6 30 p.m. Boston at Detroit. 6:30 p.m. New Jersey at Chicago, 7 30p.m. Cleveland at Milwaukee. 7.30 p.m. Golden Stole at Houston, 7:30 p.m Dallas at Denver, 8.30 p.m. Utah at Seottle, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores SIXERS 10!, SPURS 102 Philadelphia (108) Jones 1-4 2-3 4, Berkley 6-10 4-5 17. Molone 5-20 10-12 20 Erving 8-142-3 18, Cheeks 9-11 5-5 23, Catledge6-ll 0-012, Threat! 4-10 0-0 8. C.Johnson 0-1 2-2 2, Moss 2-3 0-04. Totals 41 -64 25-30108. San Antonio (102) S.Johnson 5-7 4.414. Mitchell 12-24 3-5 27, Gilmore 4.11 1-29, Matthews 4-9 3-4 11, Robertson 11-180-022. Sundvold 5-7 2-2 12. Hughes 1-20-1 2, Greenwood 1-3 1-2 3. Cook 1-1 0-0 2,Totals 44-82 14-20 102. Philadelphia 25 30 26 27-1 OS San Antonio 23 19 32 21-102 Three-point goal—Berkley. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Philadelphia 48 (Malone 13). San Antonio 44 (S.Johnson, Gilmore 9)). Assists—Philadelphia 27 (Cheeks 13). Son Antonio 31 (Robertson. Matthews II). Total fouls—Philadelphia 20. Son Antonio 26. Technicals—San Antonio Coach Fitzsimmons, San Antonio illegal defense 2. A—11,513. SUNDAY'S LATE RESULTS LAKERS 118, BULLETS 88 Washington (M) Robinson 5-12 3-4 13, Roundfield 3-945 10, 8ol 2-6 0-0 4, Malone 6-10 2-2 14, G. Williams 1-8 0-0 2. Whotley 2-8 0-0 4. McMillen 9-16 0-0 18, Jones 2-5 1-2 5, F.Williams 6-12 2-4 14, Bradley 0-3 0-0 3, Daye 2-120-04. Totols 38-101 12-1788. L.A.Lakers(118) Rambis 1-3 0-0 2, Worthy 8-12 2-2 18, Abdul-Jabbar 5-9 2-2 12. Johnson 7-1044 18. Scott 7-16 2-2 16, Cooper 6-11 0-0 13, Kupchak 3-9 0-0 6, Green 9-12 2-3 20. McGee 4-12 0-0 9. Spriggs 0-2 0-0 0. Lester 2-4 0-04. Tolols 52-100 12-13 118. Washington 27 22 13 26— 88 Loi Angeles 38 29 27 24—118 Three-point goals—Cooper, McGee. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Washington 59 (McMillen 8), Los Angeles 58 (Green 10). Assisl- s -Washington 20 (G.Williams, Wholley 5), Los Angeles 36 (Johnson 17), Tolal fouls—Washington 12 Los Angeles 16 A-17,505. BLAZERS 136, WARRIORS 120 Golden State (120) Bollard 4-12 1-2 9, Short 15-19 6-8 36, Carroll 8-14 5-6 21. Floyd 3-9 2-2 8, Mullin 4-11 6-7 14. Teagle 5-8 4-414, Verhoeven 2-3 0-0 4, Whiteheod 5-6 0-0 10, Conner 1-50-02. Huston 1-1 0-02, Thibeaux 0-3 0-00. Totals 48-91 24-29 120. Portland (134) Thompson 7-11 4-818, Vandeweghe9- 168-926. Bowie6-120-1 12. Colter 5-900 11, Paxson 10-145-525, Drexler 10-18 1 -1 21, Kersey 3-5 2-5 8, Porter 2-9 0-0 4, Johnson 3-5 0-0 6. Jones 1-23-3 5. Totals 56-10123-32136. GoldenSlale 27 29 27 37-120 Portland 25 25 43 43-136 Three-point goal—Colter. Fouled out— Short. Rebounds—Golden State 44 (Carroll 12). Portland 58 (Bowie 12). Assists— Golden State 31 {Floyd 10), Portland 34 (Porter 9). Total louls—Golden State 26, Portland 25. A—12,666. NBA statistics NEW YORK (AP) — Notional Bos- kelboll Association individual scoring, rebounding, Held goal percentage and assist leaders through Jan. 5: Scoring G FG FT Pts Avg tnglish, Den. 33 381 227 990 30.0 Danlley, Utah 34 358 295101129.7 Wilkins.Atl. 32 333 186 85826.8 Shan, G.S. 31 320 145 791 25.5 Woolridge, Chi. 36 334 216 886 24.6 Davis, Phoe. 22 213 104 53624.4 Free.Clev. 31 268 191 754 24.3 Malone. Phil. 33 251 291 793 24.0 Bird, Bos. 32 293 162 767 24.0 Olaiuwon.Hou.34 312 186 BIO 23.8 Vandwghe, Prt.35 293 245 831 23.7 Nance, Phoe. 28 246 152 64423.0 Johnson, LAC 32 298 136 73322.9 Mitchell, S.A. 34 314 143 771 22.7 Aguirre.Dall. 26 234 118 587 22.6 Abdl-Jbbr. LAL 32 292 126 71022.2 McHole, Bos. 32 273 160 70622.1 Malone, Wash. 33 298 107 70621.4 Carroll, G.S. 35 287 169 743 21.2 Thomas, Del. 33 252 162 67520.5 Field Goal Percentage FG FGA Pet Thorpe, Sac. 126 195 .646 Johnson, S.A. 175 278 ,629 Dawkins.N.J. 187 303 .617 Worthy, LAL 268 445 .602 Nance. Phoe. 246 420 .586 Ruland.Wash. 162 278 ,583 Gilmore, S.A. 193 332 .581 Turpin.Clev. 190 327 .581 Johnson, LAL 193 342 .564 Abdul-Jabbar, LAL 292 519 .563 Rebounding G Off Del Tat Avg Williams, N.J. 35 133 296 429 12.3 Laimbeer, Del. 34 121 294 415 12.2 Sampson, Hou. 34 109 290 399 11.7 Malone,Phil. 33 141 239 380 11.5 Olajuwon,Hou.34 175 214 389 11.4 Berkley, Phil. 33 123 216 339 10.3 Smith, G.S. 35 163 181 344 9.8 Perkins, Doll. 30 79 208 287 9.6 Nance, Phoe. 28 77 186 263 9.4 Parish, Bos. 32 107 192 299 9.3 Bird. Bos. 32 71 227 298 9.3 Green, Chi. 36 107 227 334 9.3 Assists G No. Avg. Johnson, LAL 30 386 12.9 Thomas, Del. 33 367 11.1 Bogley.Clev. 34 334 9.8 Cheeks, Phil. 33 306 9.3 Floyd, G.S. 37 340 9.2 Moore. S.A. 28 252 9.0 Slockton. Utah 35 311 8.9 Lucas, Hou. 34 281 8.3 Richardson, N.J. 31 243 7.B Pressey.Mil. 36 260 7.2 Lever, Den. 29 208 7.2 Team Offense G Pt. Avg L.A. Lakers 32 3851 120.3 Houston 34 4011 118.0 Denver 33 3843 116.5 Milwaukee 36 4163 116.2 Detroit 34 3929 115.6 Portland 38 4368 115.5 Dallas 30 3434 114.5 Boston 32 3606 112.8 New Jersey 35 3666 110.5 Son Antonio 34 3750 110.3 Cleveland 34 3746 110.2 Golden Stole Chicago Phoenix Utah Philadelphia Sacramento L.A. Clippers Atlanta Seottle Indiana Washington New York 34 37 36 30 35 33 33 34 32 33 32 33 3282 4073 3959 3283 3626 3602 3566 3645 3358 3437 3328 3405 Team Defense New York Seattle Washington Indiana Milwaukee Atlanta Boston Philadelphia San Antonio L.A. Lakers Cleveland New Jersey Utah Portland Phoenix Chicago Houston Golden Slate Dallas Socromento Denver Detroit L.A. Clippers G 34 33 33 32 36 32 32 33 34 32 34 35 35 38 30 36 34 37 30 33 33 34 34 Na. 3445 ^394 3426 33'6 .•MO J389 3406 3516 3736 3524 3745 3859 3867 4292 3409 4094 3874 4222 3431 3786 3791 3988 3993 110.1 110.0 109.4 109.3 109.2 108.1 107.2 104.9 104.2 101.0 103.2 96.5 Avg 101.3 102.8 103.8 105.5 105.8 105.9 106.4 106.5 109.9 110 1 110.1 110.3 110.5 112.9 113.6 113.7 113.9 114.1 114.4 114.7 114.9 117.3 117.4 College scores EAST Cornell 72. Niagara 59 Gannon 73 Pace 65 Hartford 59. New Hampshire 48 Lehigh 82. Harvard 75 Lehman 70. John Jay 64 Merrimock 71. Bridgeport 65 Rhode Island 77 George Washington 58 Robert Morris 62. Utica 45 Upsola84 Rutgers-Camden 55 Westminster. Po. 79. Alliance 55 W. Virginia 64 Rutgers 58 Boston U. 62. Colgate45 Fairleigh Dickinson 67, Loyola. Md. 57 Kings.Po.68. Drew 62, OT Merrtmack 71, Bridgeport 65 Philo Textile 82, West Chester 77 Salisbury St. 81. Glasboro St. 77 St. Michoel's78, American Intl. 71 Syracuse 60. Villanova 57 Wogner79,Morist75 W. Virginia St. 95. W. Va. Wesleyon 88 Yeshiva82.BklyPoly52 SOUTH American 76, N.C.-Wilmington 69 Campbell 76, Delaware St. 64 Clemson 91. Woke Forest 64 East Tennessee 64, Furmon 62 Florida Int. 73. Slonehill 55 Florida St. 76. Cent. Florida 58 Jacksonville 55, SW Louisiana 51 Louisville 86. E. Kentucky 55 Auburn 60. Kentucky 56 Auburn-Montgomery 78. William Corey 67 Baplist 95. Citadel 65 Berry Coll. 68, LaGronge 67 ErskineSO. Piedmont 60 Georgia SW 117. Palm Beach Atlantic 77 Hampton 96. Christopher Newport 69 Navy 67, E. Carolina 62 MIDWEST DePauw 99, Manchester 64 Hanover 70, Indiana SE 69 Kansas 60, Detroit 51 Cincinnati 76, S. Mississippi 63 Cincinnati Bible 120, Atlonlo Christian 58 Ind-Pur-Indpls 92, Marion 78 Indiana St. 56, Illinois St. 54 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Monticello 63, Ark.-Pine Bluff 52 Hordin-Simmons 61. Ark.-Little Rock 56 Hendrix 73. Henderson St. 52 SW Missouri St. 80, Texas-Arlington 69 Louisiana Coll. 62. S. Arkansas 59 WOMEN EAST Hofstra 63. Colgate 60 Rutgers 76 St. Josephs 75 SOUTH Alabama 88. Ala.-Birmingham 58 Florida 89, Southern U. 53 Louisiana Tech 75. S. California 53 Memphis St. 89. Virginia Tech 78 NE Louisiana 101, Mississippi Coll. 62 Stetson 84, Marist.N.Y. 59 Tennessee 70 S. Carolina 54 Tennessee Tech 77, Middle Tenn. 58 Tulane 64, Louisville61 Wake Forest 92. Marquette 45 MIDWEST Cincinnati B9, So. Mississippi 74 Today's schedule TUESDAY. JANUARY 7 BASKETBALL Salino South at Hoys. 7:45 p.m. Sacred Heart at Beloit. 7:45 p.m. Marymount women at Baker 7:30 p.n Salina South girls at Hays. 6:15 p.m. Sacred Heart girls at Beloit. 6'15 p.m. SWIMMING . Salina South at Wichita South 3:30 p.r LOUISVILLE 86. E. KENTUCKY 55 E. Kentucky(55) Poms 3-? 2-2 S DeCami!!is J-5 0-0 6 Science 10-16 1-1 21 Anderson 4-7 0-0 S Toyior 3-8 2-53 McG'li 1-5 0-0 2 Coilins 0-10-00 Moving 0-00-00 Hgghesu-1 0-CO Her^dor. 0-00-00 Pearson 0-7 0-0 0. Totais 25-59 5-5 55 Louisville (86) Crook 5-11 0-0 10 Thompson 6-1' 7-8 19 Hoi! 4-7 0-0 : Ellison 0-3 1-2 1 Wagner 7-10 1-s '•' valentine 0-1 1-21 Walls 0-0 0-00 WestO-00-00 Aorom2-3 0-14 Kimbro5-6'-2" Pcyne5-65-515. Totals 3J-tO'8-2iEi Halllime-Louis.i ie J$ E. Kentucky 35 Fojlec out—None ReDouncs—E Kentucky 29 Ta r 'cr 6 Louisville 35 'Crook 8 . Assists—E Kentucky 13 ,'DeCamiilis 7 LouiS'i^e'9 Thompson 7 . Total fouls—E Kentucky 23 Louis- ville8. A-'9235 WASHBURN 71. OTTAWA 57 Woshburn(71) Potterson 1 0-0 2 Downing 3 2-2 8 Reilly 1 0-0 2 Wolloce 32-28. Dovenport 1 3-45, Wilson 5 8-10 18, Meier 7 3-5 17 Ford 2 5-7 9 Denney 1 0-0 2 Totols 24 233071. Ottawa (57) Ferguson 4 7-8 15 Erhart 3 2-2 8 Noel 7 2-2 16. Raff 1 0-0 2. Pratt 4 4-6 12. Fronklin20-04. Totals 21 15-1857 HALFTIME - Washburn 34. Ottawa 27. TOTAL FOULS — Woshburn 14, Ottawa 21. FOULED OUT — Pratt. Noel (0). REBOUNDS - Washburn 27, Ottawa 25. SATURDAY'S LATE RESULT WESTMONT 88. MARYMOUNT 7» Morymount (78) Carter 5-60-3 1U, Hamilton 9-135-623, Stephens 9-12 4-6 22. Smith 4-13 1-2 9. Monslield 3-4 0-0 6, Word 2-6 0-0 4, Dugon 0-1 0-0 0. Guitroz 2-5 0-0 4 Belew 0-0 0-00. TOTALS 34-60 10-17 78. Westmont, Calif. (88) Jones 7-15 3-4 17 Smith 1-50-0 2, Azin 5-7 1-2 II, Sfuerman 6-10 0-0 12, Freeman 13-20 6-6 32, Anders 0-1 0-0 0. Hordeman 5-8 0-0 10, Thompson 1-1 2-2 4. TOTALS38-67 12-14 88. Total Fouls — Morymount 14, Westmont 18. Fouled Out — None. Technical Fouls — Marymount coach Pratt. Rebounds — Morymount 22 (Hamilton 5), Westmont 29 (Azin 10). Turnovers — Marymount 13. Westmont 6. Juco scores JUCO SCORES Men Allen Co. 87. Highland 72 Independence Pirate Classic At Independence, Kan. First Round Oklohomo JV 120. Bacone, Okla., 68 Independence 103, Scott Air Force Base 73 Women Allen Co. 66, Highland 52 Prep girls College men MISSOURI 81, MISSISSIPPI VAL. 67 Mississippi Vol. (67) Bloodsaw 5-16 0-0 10 Colemon 5-6 4-5 14, Curry 3-3 0-0 6. Ivory 7-19 0-0 14. Ferguson 3-13 4-4 10, Kilbert 0-1 0-0 0. Norman 1-20-02, Jones0-1 0-00, Binder 0-0 3-4 3. McKinley 3-122-4 8 Totals 277313-1767. Missouri (81) Chievous 5-9 14-16 24. Sandbothe 1-8 1-2 3. Bingenheimer 5-10 6-7 16. Strong 9-130-0 18, Hardy 1-4 4-56. RoundtreeO- 1 0-0 0. Musser 1-10-22. Brockmon 0-0 22 2. Pollhofl 1 -3 2-2 4. Leonard 1 -2 4-7 6 Totals 24-51 33-43 81. Halftime—Missouri 37. Mississippi Vol. 29. Fouled out—Coleman. Curry Binder, Sandbothe, Rebounds—Mississippi Vol. 30 (Ferguson 12). Missouri 52 (Sandbothe 15). Assists—Mississippi Vol. 10 (Bloodsaw. Kilberl 3). Missouri 16 (Hardy 7). Total louls--Mississippi Vol. 33. Missouri 19. Technicals—Mississippi Val bench Chievous. A-5.637. SYRACUSE 80. VILLANOVA 57 Syracuse (80) Triche 1-2 0-0 2. Alexis 6-14 0-0 12 Seikaly 10-13 0-1 20. Addison 12-18 1-1 25, Washington 4-64-4 12 Brower 0-00-1 0. Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Douglas -120-0 2, Monroe 1-35-67 Walker 0-0 0-1 0 Totals 35-5910-1480. Villanovo(57) Plansky 0-2 1-2 I, West 6-14 1-2 13, Pressley 3-8 3-4 9. Wilson 5-9 0-1 10 Jensen 3-8 0-0 6. Wilbur 2-5 1-2 5. Massimino 0-0 0-0 0, Enright 0-0 2-2 2, Massey 2-6 0-1 4 Pinone 0-1 0-0 0, Everson 1-43-45. Maker 1-20-02. Brown 0-30-10. Tolols23-6211-1957. Halttime—Syracuse 31. Villanova 25. Fouled out- Triche. Wilson. Rebounds- Syracuse 35 (Seikaly 14) Villanova 37 (Pressley 8). Assists—Syracuse 21 (Addison 7), Villanova 13 (Pressley, Wilson 4), Total louls—Syracuse 17, Vil- lonova 20. Technicals—Seikoly A--I2.I29 AUBURN 60, KENTUCKY 56 Kentucky (56) Bennett 2-11 0-0 4, Walker 9-164-4 22, Blockmon 5-8 0-0 10, Davender 3-9 0-2 6, Harden 2-4 0-0 i. Andrews 0-0 0-0 0, Madison 3-8 0-0 6, Lock 0-0 0-0 0 Jenkins I-6 2-2 4. Totals 25-62 6-8 56, Auburn (60) Morris 3-9 0-0 6, Person 10-19 4-6 24, Moore 3-6 45 10, White 0-2 4-4 4, Ford 4^ 50-08, Howard 1-20-02, Jones 3-90-1 6. Totols 24-52 12-1660. Halftime -Auburn 34. Kentucky 20. Fouled out—None. Rebounds-Kentucky 32 (Walker 6), Auburn 39 (Person 9). Assists —Kentucky 9 (Dovender4). Auburn 12 (While 5). Total fouls Kentucky 18. Auburn 13. A -11.873. ALA.-BIRMINGHAM 57, S. FLORIDA 46 Ala. -Birmingham (57) Charles 1-5 4-6 6 Mincy 2-4 7-8 II. Johnson 5-6 3-4 13, Mitchell 4-11 4-4 12, Ponder 3-11 2-3 8. Foster 0-0 0-0 0, Collins I-1 1-23, Turner 0-0 0-0 0. Howard 0-0 0-0 0. Gordon 0-2 0-0 0. Evans 1-1 0-02, Baker 1-40-02. Totals 184521-2757. S.Florida (44) Jordan 6-14 l-l 13. Wallace 1-91-2 3, Kilchen 3602 6, Tonelli 4-15 23 10. Teal 5 20 0-0 10. Coldwell I-20-0 2, Sonford 030-00. Coleman I -2 0-0 2, Malner 0-0 0-0 0. Tolals2l-714-846 Holttime Alabama-Birmingham 27. South Florida 19. Fouled out -None. Total fouls Alabama-Birmingham 15. S. Florida 24 Rebounds Alabama- Birmingham 41 Mincy 9), South Florida 37 (Kilchen 12). Assists-Alaboma Birmingham 9 (Charles. Mincy, Mitchell. Ponder 2), South Florida 13 (Tonelli 7). A-2945 I GOLDEN PLAINS 44, JENNINGS 30 GoldenPloins 6 12 16 10-44 Jennings 6 10 8 6-30 Golden Plains — Delzeit 8, Kennedy 10, Albers 10, Spresser 4, Bruggeman 6, Schaben6. Jennings — Brooks 4, Cressler 2, Carter 18, M. Driderich2, T. Driderich4. Jr. High results BOYS SACRED HEART 35, SOLOMON 31 Solomon 10 8 4 9 — 31 Sacred Heart 12 6 6 11—35 Solomon — Wilson 18, Jantz 6, Dewitt 4. Brown 3. Sacred Heart — Denning 16, Hebert 10. Stithem6, Hansmann 3. B-teom — Sacred Heart 31, Solomon 17. GIRLS SOLOMON 26, SACRED HEART 22 (at) Solomon 4 3 10 4 5 — 26 Sacred Heart 48 2 7 1 — 22 Solomon — Sullivan 9, Parmenter 6, Henderson 4, Klucas4, Hargreaves3. Sacred Heart — Clark 13, Burgardt 4, Hermes 3, Newell 2. NAIA polls 126 — Keliermcn P dec. Sells W 121 132-Bunger 3 p.nned Haflinger W 136 — D Sample H dec Predmore C 4-0 U5- r odrigue: K dec. HoHer B 1'8 i55 — Jones K dec. Winter H 2-0 ,ot'. 167 — Morgan P dec Kotes K 7-0 185-Willis P dec. Sonntag N 8-0 HWT — Rupp C pinned liedig P College results FORT HAYS ST. 19, SW MISSOURI ST. 19 118 — B. Johnson FH drew with Shumate 6-6 126-Richard FH dec. Moris 13-5 134 —Tindle SWMS dec. M Johnson 11-9 142-Harrington FH dec. Giles 12-2 150 —Smith FH. dec. S.Giles 158-King SWMS dec. Bessey. 10-2 167 — Simons. FH dec. Carr. 9-7 177 _ Forgoulis SWMS dec. Wonsel. 7-5 190 — Williams. FH. drew with Albert 1-1 HWT — Messenger. SWMS. dec., Hibbert, 12-0 Football NFL playoffs Notlonol Football League PloyoHs All Times CST First Round Saturday, Dec. 21 New England 26, New York Jets 14 Sunday, Dec. 29 New York Giants 17, San Francisco 3 Second Round Saturday, Jan. 4 Miami 24, Cleveland 21 tos Angeles Rams 20, Dallas 0 Sunday,Jon. S Chicago 21, New York Giants 0 New England 27, Los Angeles Raiders 20 Conference Championships Sunday,Jan. 12 Los Angeles Rams at Chicago, 11:30 p.m. New England at Miami. 3 p.m. SUPER BOWIXX Sunday,Jan, 26 At New Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 4 p.m. Hockey NHL standings All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pt. GF GA Phildlphia 29 11 0 58 183 123 Washngtn 24 10 4 52 156 123 NY Isles 16 14 9 41 151 148 NY Rangers 17 21 2 36 142 139 Pittsburgh 17 19 4 38 153 147 N Jersey 13 24 1 27 139 176 Adams Division Montreal 22 13 4 48 183 140 Quebec 22 15 2 46 159 128 Boston 18 14 7 43 151 135 Buffalo 18 18 4 40 144 136 Hartford 19 18 1 39 151 151 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Narrls Division Chicago 18 16 4 40 170 173 St. Louis 17 15 4 38 135 147 Minnesto 14 17 7 35 157 150 Toronlo 10 22 5 25 141 168 Detroit 9 25 5 23 128 205 Smythe Division Edmonton 29 7 4 62 212 156 Calgary 17 18 3 37 161 146 Vancouver 13 23 4 30 143 169 Winnipeg 13 25 4 30 154 196 LAngeles 12 22 4 28 133 189 Monday's Games Montreal 9, St. Louis 2 Pittsburgh 4, New Jersey 3 Tuesday's Games St. Louis at Quebec, 6:35 p.m Detroit at Washington, 6:35 p.m. Minnesota at N.Y. Islanders, 7:05 p.m. Vancouver al Winnipeg, 7:35 p.m. Hartford al Calgary, 8:35 p.m. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The top 20 teams in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics men's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records through games of Jan. 5, and total points: 1. D Lipscomb, Tenn (24) 13-0 610 2. Oklahoma City (4) 12-1 581 3. Missouri Southern 10-1 509 4,EmporioSt,Kan 8-1 487 5.ThomasAquinos,NY(3) 16-2 470 6. Wis-Eau Claire 10-1 458 7. Wayland Baptist, Texas 11-2 415 B.Webber, Flo (I) 12-0 381 9. FrancisMarion.SC 10-1 368 10. SoginowVol, Mich 7-1 334 ll.Birmingham-So, Ala 12-2 320 12. Cumberland, Ky 11-1 298 13. Briar Cliff. Iowa 10-2 258 14. Okla Christian 12-1 249 15. Central Washington 9-1 230 16. Ft Hoys SI, Kan 9-1 180 17. Charleston, WVo 5-1 104 18. Hawaii-Pacific 11-B 96 19. Biola.Calil 11-2 58 20. Marycrest. Iowa 9-3 37 WOMEN KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The top 20 learns in the Notional Association of Intercollegiate Athletics women's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records through games of Jan. S, and total points: 1. Waylnd Bapt, Texas (28) 14-0 579 2. Berry, Go 12-1 497 3. Francis Marion, SC 7-1 460 4.Wingote, NC 10-1 441 5. Arkansas Tech (1) 10-0 434 6. Carson-Newman, Tenn 9-4 429 7.SWOkla 9-3 387 8. Go Southwestern 7-0 339 9. Mo-Kansas City 12-4 32B 10. Louisiana College 9-1 304 11. Tenn Wesleyan B-2 295 12. Campbell, NC 5-0 274 13. Texas Wesleyan 8-4 199 14. Indiana Tech 9-3 170 15.Clallin.SC 6-1 147 16. SoginowVol, Mich 7-2 142 17. Midland, Neb 5-2 133 18. Wis-GreenBay 7-4 67 19. Campbellsville. Ky 7-3 62 20. Defiance, Ohio 10-0 57 Wrestling Prep results Norton Invitational Team Scores Beloit 198, Kearney, Neb. 147', Phillipsburg 121' >, Hoxie 119'.. Norton 70. Atwood 64, Coiad. Neb. M. WaKeeney 53. Championship Matches 98 - K. Kadel, B, dec. Bauer. K, 5-2 105- M. Sample, H, dec. Slice. A, II- 1 112 — Blashko. K. dec. Carranzo. C. 53 119 - L. Kodel, dec. Shepord, H, 5-4 126 — Treasfer, 6, dec. Brandt. K, 6-0 132 Rankin, P. dec. Webb, K. 18-6 138- Johnson. B. dec. Hahn.P. 4-0 145 - Porsch, H. pinned Hand, N 155 Coomes, P, dec. Schenk. B, 8-2 167 Deels, B, pinned Brown, H 185 Gaslley, B, pinned Vrbus. A HWT Heiman. B pinned Tracy, K Consolation Results 98 Allen, N. dec 2err. H, 7 3 105 Pierce, B dec Bleu, P. 15-4 112 Leopold. H dec. Boleler, N, 9-6 119 Richter, K, won by loll over Honchelt P Soccer MISL standings Major Indaar Soccer Leagu* All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Minnesto 12 8 .600 — Cleveland 10 8 .556 1 Baltimore 9 8 .529 I 1 /, Pitlsburgh 8 9 .471 2V, Dallas 9 12 .429 3Vi Chicago 7 9 .438 3 Western Division San Diego 11 6 .647 — Wichita 10 7 .588 1 SI. Louis 10 10 .500 2V, Kansas City 9 9 .500 2V, Tacoma 9 12 .429 4 LosAngeles 6 12 .333 5'/i Saturday's Gomes Baltimore B.Dallas 4 St. Louis4, Cleveland3, OT Tocoma 5, Kansas City 3 Los Angeles 6. Wichita 4 Sunday's Games No games scheduled Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Gomes Kansas City at Wichita, 7:35 p.m. Etc. Gibson, agent not pressured by upcoming signing deadline DETROIT (AP) - With a deadline for signing with the Detroit Tigers two days away, right fielder Kirk Gibson's agent says he and his client don't feel pressured. "I don't think there's any downside risk from a financial standpoint in going beyond the eighth (of January) if we have to," Gibson's agent, Doug Baldwin, said Monday from his office in Seattle. While Baldwin and the American League team remain at odds, Gibson was honeymooning in Australia. "^fe^ Wednesday is the deadline for Gibson players, who have declared themselves free agents, to resign with their current clubs. If the deadline passes, Gibson would be unable to sign with Detroit until May 1, about one month into the season. The Tigers reportedly have offered Gibson a $3.9 million, three-year contract. General Manager Bill Lajoie has called it their final offer. Gibson, who batted a team-leading .287 with 29 home runs and 97 runs batted in, has said he wants a five-year contract but would accept a three-year contract if it included some language which the team has turned down. Meanwhile, 221 of the 1,040 major leaguers are eligible for salary arbitration — a different issue than free agency — and have until midnight, Jan. 15, to file for a hearing. Among those eligible are Dwight Gooden of the New York Mets and Bret Saberhagen of Kansas City, the two Cy Young Award winners in 1985. Generally, only a small portion of players eligible to seek arbitration — those with at least two years' service but less than six—actually file. And only a small number of those filing ever actually reach the hearing stage. Last year, 13 of the 98 players who filed got as far as a hearing. The teams won seven cases, the players six and the others were settled without arbitration. Two players who were eligible in 1985 and are eligible again are Montreal outfielder Tim Raines and Boston third baseman Wade Boggs. Raines got the largest settlement, $1.2 million and Boggs $1 million. Each then had an exceptional year as Raines batted .320 and Boggs ran away with the American League batting title with a .368 average. Also eligible to file: AL Most Valuable Player Don Mattingly of the New York Yankees, pitchers Frank Viola of the Minnesota Twins, Jimmie Key of AL East champion Toronto and Fernando Valenzuela and Orel Hershiser of the National League West-champion Los Angeles Dodgers and John Tudor of the NL East- champion St. Louis Cardinals. Lajoie said Monday that he had not talked to Gibson or Baldwin, but he did not rule out talking to the latter before Wednesday's deadline. Lajoie has said he would meet with Baldwin, but wouldn't fly to Seattle, and Baldwin has said he would not fly to Detroit. Baldwin says he thinks another club will offer more than the Tigers have. "I know he can do at least as well (elsewhere) and my opinion is he can do better," he said. Third baseman Tom Brookens also is affected by Wednesday's deadline. Players elsewhere in the major leagues who have until Wednesday to sign with their current teams are: California pitcher Donnie Moore, Yankees pitchers Phil and Joe Niekro and catcher Butch Wynegar, White Sox catcher Carlton Fisk, Cleveland infielder Tony Ber- nazard and pitcher Jaimie Easterly, and Kurt Bevacqua of San Diego. Transactions BASEBALL Notional League NEW YORK METS-Nomed Bobby Floyd manager of Lynchburg of the Carolina League. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS-Named Jose Morales as first base and hitting coach. FOOTBALL National Football league ATLANTA FALCONS-Nomed Chuck Clausen linebacker coach and Tommy Brasher defensive line cooch. Announced that John Marshall, defensive coordinator, will not return next season. CINCINNATI BENGALS-Named Bruce Coslel, reciever coach, offensive coordinator and resigned Dick LeBeau, defensive coordinator, Dick Selcer. linebacker coach, Bill Urbanik, defensive line coach, Jim Anderson, offensive bockfield coach. Bill Johnson, tight end coach, and Jim McNally, offensive line cooch. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Named Frank Gansz, assistant head coach and special teams coach. SRC results Salina formation Com minion Monday's Ruults Ovtr-30 Leagut Cruce Produce 55, NBA 51 Sandlot Rejects 66, Allie Gators 45 Southwestern Bell 56, Sweat Sox 52 Church league First Covenant No. (I) 72, Immanuel Lutheran 51 Emmanuel Foursquare 59, Church of the Cross 55 Grace Baptist 45. Trinity Lutheran 42 Booster club The Sacred Heart booster club will meet Wednesday nighl at 7.30 at Sacred Heart High School. Everyone is welcomed. Coyotes sign 17gddders ByBRADCATT Assistant Sports Editor Jack Welch added "depth and experience" to Kansas Wesleyan's football program Monday when 17 athletes signed letters of intent with the Coyotes. The group includes 14 transfers and three former prep stars. Welch said all 17 players, who signed at an afternoon press conference on KW's campus, are currently enrolled in Wesleyan's interim session. "We feel it's an exceptional group," said Welch, KW's second- year head coach. "These guys have the character, determination and ability to be championship athletes." Heading the list of signees are a quartet of junior college transfers — offensive tackle William Abernathy (6-4, 250) of Tisco, Texas; linebacker Gary Moran (6-5, 205) of Porterville, Calif.; defensive back Jamie Frazier (5-9, 165) of Henderson, Texas, and running back Terry Upshaw (5-7, 175) of Navarro, Texas. "In six years of college coaching, this is the best group of midterm signees I've been associated with," said Welch, a former assistant coach at West Texas State. "Several of them will contribute immediately," the KW coach added. "To have a quality ballclub, you have to have depth. There's no question we've added depth and experience to our program." Welch, who guided KW to a 2-8 record in his first year at the Coyote helm, said there were currently "in excess of 90 players" in Wesleyan's football program. "We're still stressing the recruitment of highschool athletes," Welch said. "The thing we try to do with mid-year recruiting is supplement the areas we think we need a little help." The Coyote signees include: • Tracy Welch, quarterback, 5-9, 170 — Welch is a mid-year graduate from Mineral Wells, Texas, where he led his team to the state playoffs as a junior. • Carl Holder, quarterback, 6-2, 195 — Holder was a blue-chip prepster at Klein, Texas. He has been a starter the past two seasons at Blinn (Texas) Junior College. • Terry Upshaw, running back, 5-7, 175 — Upshaw hod o brilliant prep career at Lubbock (Texas) Estacodo High where he rushed for 2,300 yards and scored 29 touchdowns his senior year. He has been a starter the past two seasons at Navarro. • Charlie Burnt, running back, 5-11,185 — Burns is a 1985 graduate of Crockett (Texas) High where he was o teammate of KW linebacker Donather James. Burns g'ained more than 3,000 yards as a prepster. • Brian Bradley, receiver, 6-0, 175 — Bradley was a former all-state linebacker at Melrose, N.M. He was a redshirt this past season at Eastern New Mexico University. • Leirer Cartwrlght, receiver, 5-11, 165 — Cartwright was a 1985 graduate of Center (Texas) High where he played wide receiver and defensive back. • William Abernathy, offensive tackle, 64, 250 — Abernathy was a second-team all- district selection In high school at Decatur (Texas). He has lettered the past two seasons at Cisco, which participated in the Kansas Jayhawk Juco Bowl last fall. • Greg Shellenberger, offensive guard, 62, 220 — Like Abernathy, Shellenberger comes to KW from Cisco where he was a two-year letterman. He was a first-team all- district selection at Rockport-Fulton (Texas) High. • Robert Cotton, offensive tackle, 5-11, 260 — Cotton is an '85 graduate of Weatherford (Texas) High where he was an all- district offensive and defensive lineman. He spent this past season at Weatherford Junior College. • Doug Esselman, defensive tackle, 6-1, 235 — Esselman transfers to KW from Southwest Texas State after earning first- team all-district honors at Waxahachie (Texas). • Greg Johnson, defensive tackle, 6-0,245 — Johnson also earned all-district honors at Waxahachie. He is transferring from East Texas State where he was redshirted this past year. • Alvln Edwards, defensive back, 5-9, 165 — Edwards was a two-year letterman at Cisco and transfers to KW from Stephen F. Austin, an NCAA Division I-AA school. • Wayne Schlllecl, Jr., defensive back, 59, 190 — Schilleci was an all-district player at Cypress Creek High in Houston. He transfers to Wesleyan from Navarro. • Marshall Chavls, defensive back, 6-0, 190 — Chavis was an honorable mention all- conference pick at Porterville. He was a first-team selection in high school at Raleigh, N.C. • Jamie Frailer, defensive back, 5-9, 165 — Frazier transfers to KW from Henderson (Texas) Junior College where he was a first- team all-district selection. He also earned first-team all-district honors as a prepster at Southwest High in Fort Worth. • Robert Robinson, defensive back, 5-11, 185 — Robinson also was a two-year starter in Henderson's backfield. He was an all- district prep selection in Houston. • Gary Moran, linebacker, 6*5, 205 — Moran was an all-city prepster in Philadelphia, Pa. He has been a starter the past two years at Porterville. K-State (Continued from Page 11) on three occasions. But the Wildcats never buckled under. "We needed this kind of game," Hartman said. "We haven't played well in the last few games." But, with Wright, Coleman (16 points and eight rebounds) and Mitchell (10 points and six rebounds) leading the way, there was no letdown against the Shockers. "K-State did a great job of getting their shots, they melted the clock down, found the open man for a good shot," Smithson said. "They have an excellent team, they execute well and they really went to the boards tonight." Yes, the Wildcats even rebounded. After struggling in that department in recent games, K-State owned a 3124 advantage against a WSU team which has rarely been outrebounded this season. "Hopefully we can put that to rest as an issue after every game," Hartman said. "The kids made up their mind to do a better job in that area of the game." The Shockers, which fell to 8-4, were paced by 18 points from Gus Santos, 13 from Sasha Radunovich and 11 from John Askew. But they managed to hit just 41 percent from the field as they continue to have shooting problems. "We had very poor shot selections," Smithson said. "We did not pick up very many high percentage shots. We need to learn to be more consistent." Both teams will be in action Thursday night as Kansas State hosts Abilene Christian and Wichita State faces 12-1 Bradley. Swede women win, 61-60 LINDSBORG - Bethany's women's basketball team evened its overall record at 5-5 Monday night with a come-from-behind 61-430 victory over Mid-America Nazarene CoUege. Bethany trailed, 32-26, at halftime but rallied to tie the score at 32-32 in the opening moments of the second half. The game stayed tight until the eight-minute mark when Mid- America eased out to a 41-36 lead. The Swedes rallied again, however, to take a four-point lead with a minute remaining in the game. Mid- America cut the lead to two but never got closer until its last basket in the final seconds. Lori Dunker led a balanced Bethany scoring attack with 12 points. Jody Giggy and Jenny Wilson added 10 points each. Diane Shott scored a game-high 22 points to lead Mid-America. MID-AMERICA NAZARENE (60) Snowborger 0 3-4 3, Tennison 2 0-0 4. King 5 0-0 10, Holler 7 1-2 15, Shott 102-222, Press 3 006. TOTALS 27 6-12 60. BETHANY (61) Schultz 40-18, Puterbough 40-08, Brison 2 1 2 5, Joseph 2 0-0 4, Shea 1 0-0 2, Dunker 6 0-0 12, Glggy 4 2-2 10, Wilson 5 0-0 10, Snodgrass 1 0-0 2. TOTALS 29 3-5 61. HALFTIME — Mid-America Naiarene 32, Bethany 26. TOTAL FOULS — Mid-America Nazarene 15, Bethany 15. FOULED NONE — None. Tigerettes edge St. Mary, 69-66 HAYS — Staci Hadley scored 23 points to lead Fort Hays State's women to a 69-66 victory over St. Mary of the Plains Monday night. The victory evened FHSU's record at 5-5 as the Tigerettes overcame a 33-24 halftime deficit. Three other Fort Hays State players joined Hadley in double figures as Terrie Sargent scored 13 points, Tonya Nuss added 12 and Marilyn Smith chipped in 11. St. Mary, which fell to 7-3, was led by Therese Stephens' 16 points. Michelle Acosta, Wendy Gray, Janelle Flax and Maureen Kelly each scored 10 points for the Saints. ST. MARY (66) Acosta 5-11 0-2 10, Gray 5-100-0 10, Stephens 7-19 2-2 16, Smiley 2-100-04, Flax 5-14 0-0 10, Hogan 2-40-04, Kelly 5-8 0-0 10. France 0-2 2-4 2. TOTALS 31-78 4-8 66. FORT HAYS ST. (69) Smith 5-9 1-1 11, Baker 1-3 1-23, Hadley 10163-4 23, Sargent 6-14 1-3 13, Nichol 0-4 2-4 2, Nuss 6-9 0-2 12, Cramer 1-3 1-23, Nutlle 1-20-0 2. TOTALS30-609-1869. HALFTIME — SI. Mary 33, FHSU 24. TOTAL FOULS — St. Mary 16. FHSU 15. FOULED OUT — None. REBOUNDS — St. Mary 33 (Flax 10). FHSU 50 (Sargent 11). ASSISTS — St. Mary 5 (Stephens 2), FHSU 10 (Smith 4). TURNOVERS — SI. Mary 8. FHSU 25. Chievous, Strong spark Mizzou by Mississippi Valley COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Derrick Chievous sank 14 of 16 free throw attempts, scoring 24 points, and Jeff Strong added 18 to lead the Missouri Tigers to an 81-67 win over Mississippi Valley State Monday night. Missouri took a 37-29 halftime lead on the strength of a 16-6 scoring rally midway through the first half. Chievous led the Tiger charge with seven of his 14 first-half points, which erased an early 8-6 Delta Devils lead. Mississippi Valley State made the game close in the second half when they narrowed Missouri's lead to 53-51 on senior forward Mark Coleman's three-point play with 8 minutes left in the game. Missouri never relinquished the lead, however, and outscored the Delta Devils 18-10 in the final five minutes as the Tigers improved to 12-4.

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