The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 9, 1986 · Page 13
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Briefly Central South girls meet tonight Led by 5-10 senior Sheila Cherry's 18.0 points-per-game average, Salina Central will be seeking to win for the ninth time in the series' last 10 contests tonight when Central travels to Salina South for their intra- city showdown in girls' basketball. Cherry has guided Central to victory four times against three losses this season while South has yet to win in five games. However, the Cougars own a 14-11 lead in the Central-South series, which began in 1975. Chris Armour, 5-9 junior pivot, has shouldered the yeoman's share of South's offense this season. Armour is coming off a 24-point effort Tuesday at Hays and is averaging 11.6 points per outing. Junior guard Stephanie Wilcox is averaging 6.3 points for the Cougars. Central has featured a balanced attack behind Cherry. Senior forward Sandy Taggart, who missed two games with an ankle injury, is averaging 10.2 points while juniors Teresa Brichacek and Melanie Harkin have accounted for 6.9 and 6.3 points per contest. K-State plays final non-league game MANHATTAN — Kansas State plays its final non-conference game of the season tonight when the Wildcats entertain Abilene Christian. Game time at Ahearn Field House is at 7:35 p.m. K-State is coming off its best performance of the season, a 77-60 win over Wichita State on Monday in which senior guard Joe Wright scored a career-high 31 points. That stretched the Wildcats' winning streak to five games and improved their record to 11-3. Abilene Christian is making its third trip to Kansas this season, still looking for its first win. ACU dropped a 65-63 decision on Dec. 28 at Emporia State and was beaten on Jan.2 at Wichita State, 78-50. Since the loss to the Shockers, ACU has beaten Missouri-Holla and Missouri- St. Louis to improve its record to 9-5. Shockers face Bradley in MVC tilt WICHITA — Wichita State will try to shake off Monday's 17-point loss against Kansas State as the Shockers return to Missouri Valley Conference action tonight against Bradley. Tip-off at Levitt Arena is at 8 p.m. The Shockers are 8-4 following the 77-60 loss to the Wildcats in Manhattan, but are 1-0 in MVC play. Bradley was the near-unanimous preseason favorite in the MVC, and has lived up to the billing. The Braves bring a 13-1 record into the game, losing only to Clemson at the Rainbow Classic in Hawaii, and are 1-0 in the conference. Bradley boasts the top guard duo in the MVC in sophomore Hersey Hawkins and senior Jim Les. Hawkins, the MVC Newcomer of the Year last year, averages 18.7 points a game while the 5-11 Les averages 15 points and 9 assists a game. Parrish hires two assistant coaches MANHATTAN — Stan Parrish has announced the first two members of his new football coaching staff at Kansas State. Joining the new Wildcat head coach are Ken Bowman, who will serve as offensive coordinator and quarterback coach, and Jerry Hartman, who will be defensive coordinator and defensive secondary coach. Bowman, 55, was with Parrish the past two years at Marshall University as offensive coordinator, quarterbacks and receivers coach. Before going to Marshall, Bowman was quarterbacks coach of the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League where he tutored current NFL player Warren Moon. Bowman also has coached at Wabash (Ind.) College and Princeton in his 16-year career. Hartman, 39, spent the last three years as secondary coach at Navy. A three-year letterman at Michigan, Hartman also has coached at Kent State, Purdue and Eastern Michigan. He was on the same Purdue coaching staff with Parrish from 1973-76. Miller resigns KSU coaching duties MANHATTAN — Steve Miller will resign his duties as head track and cross country coach at Kansas State at the end of this season to devote full time to his administrative duties, Wildcat athletic director Larry Travis announced Wednesday. Miller, 42, came to K-State in August of 1981 as head men's and women's track and cross country coach. During that time, he has coached 35 All-Americans. He was promoted to assistant athletic director last spring, overseeing promotions and marketing. Oral Roberts women pull out narrow win over Kansas State The Salina Journal Thursday, January 9,1986 Page 13 TULSA, Okla. — Kansas State and Oral Roberts took turns with the lead throughout most of the second half Wednesday night, but the Lady Titans were able to hang on for a 78-75 victory over the Lady Cats at Mabee Center. After trailing by 11 points, 33-22, in the first half, the Lady Cats got back within five, 41-36, by halftone. K- State knotted the game at 59-59 with 8:19 left in the game and finally wrestled the lead away from Oral Roberts at 69-67 with 3:35 remaining. The lead see-sawed from that point until ORU's LeQuita Smith got two of her game-high 21 points on a seven- foot jumper with 2:11 left for a 70-69 lead, and the Titans never trailed again. Amanda Holley, a 6-1 senior center, scored 15 points and had 11 rebounds to lead the Lady Cats, who dropped to 9-4 on the season. Theza Fitzpatrick and Susan Green each scored 10 points. Kim Ogden had 19 points and Vivian Herron 14 for Oral Roberts, which improved to 8-5. The Lady Cats next face Iowa State on Tuesday in Manhattan in their Big Eight Conference opener. KANSAS STATE (75) Holley 4-U 7-8 15, Fitipotrick 5-10 0-0 10. Green 4-5 1-1 10, Jones 3-6 2-2 8, Hubert 3-5 2-4 8, Leiding 2-6 3-4 7. Thomos 3-100-06, Durham 2-5 2-2 6, Jackson 2-6 1-25. TOTALS 28-67 19-24 75. ORAL ROBERTS (78) Smith 6-8 9-11 21, Ogden 4-7 11-15 19, Herron 6-182-314, Dailey3-74-4 10, Chamberlin 5-7 00 10, Lucas 1 -4 2-24. TOTALS 25-5628-3678. HALFTIME — ORU 41, KSU 36. TOTAL FOULS — KSU 28, ORU 17. FOULED OUT _ Jones (KSU). REBOUNDS — KSU 36 (Holley 11), ORU 44 (Herron 13). ASSISTS — KSU 15 (Jones 5). ORU 17 (Ogden. Dailey 5). TURNOVERS — KSU 24, ORU 30. TECHNICAL FOUL —Thomas (KSU). Dodge City trips Colby juco COLBY — Max Nicholson tossed in 17 points and Danny James 16 as Dodge City downed Colby, 93-86, in men's junior college basketball Wednesday night. Devon Binion tallied 16 points for Colby, which had traded leads with the Conquistadors throughout the first half. Dodge City took a 45-42 lead into halftime, but Colby pulled even with the Conqs, 51-51, three and a half minutes into the second half. Three minutes later, Dodge City had poured in 10 straight points and was never seriously challenged afterward. Colby, which got 14 points from Antonio Taylor and Elbert Gordon, fell to 7-6. James Jamison added 10 points for the Trojans. The Trojans' next action will be Friday agains the Kearney (Neb.) State junior varsity in the Colby Ambassador Classic. DODGE CITY (93) Rohn 0 2-3 2, Jomes 6 4-4 16, Show 5 2-4 12, Pollard 51-211, Nicholson 57-7 17, Fowler 4 3-6 II, Worthlngton 4 5-8 13, Young 5 1-1 11. TOTALS 34 25-35 93. COLBY (86) Jamison 3 4-4 10, Surmeier 20-04, Lomas40- 08, Binion 6 4-5 16, Young 1 0-02, Hawkins 334 9, Gordon 6 2-7 14, Taylor 5 4-4 14, Daggs 3 1 • 2 7, King 10-02. TOTALS 34 18-26 86. HALFTIME — Dodge City 45, Colby 42. TOTAL FOULS — Dodge City 22, Colby 25. FOULED OUT — Hawkins (Colby). TOTAL REBOUNDS — Dodge City 39 (Fowler 8), Colby 45 (Hawkins 11). ASSISTS — Dodge City 21 (James 8), Colby 20 (Jamison, Binion 5). TURNOVERS — Dodge City 21, Colby 25. gss&c:cc^ HOMELITE Chain Saw Sale! Model Reg. 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Robinson, 21, and Cooper, 22, posted $1,000 bond and were released from the Knoxville City Jail shortly after noon. A preliminary hearing was set for Feb. 5. Police records indicate Robinson and Cooper were charged with the sale and delivery of a controlled substance, a felony carrying a possible term of 4-10 years upon conviction. "The investigation has been going on for two months and continues," said Bullen, adding investigators wanted to know the two men's supplier as well as anyone else they may have sold to. "I'm very sorry to see this happen regardless of what is involved in the situation. 1 have no other comment to make at this time," Tennessee head football coach Johnny Majors said when contacted in Honolulu. Athletic director Doug Dickey said the university would offer Robinson any counseling it could. 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