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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Saturday, January 11,1986 Page 14 Basketball NBA standings fty Th« Associated Prtts All Tlmn CST EASTERN CONFERENCE AHanKc Division W I Pet. G» Boston 27 8 .771 Philadelphia 23 13 .639 I •: Htwienef 23 15 605 5'i Washington 17 19 .472 10'. N»v.York 12 23 -343 15 Contra! DMtion {j Milwaukee 26 13 .667 — Allonlo 19 16 543 5 Detroit 16 20 .444 8'-. Cleveland 15 21 417 9 , Chicago 14 23 .378 M Indiono 10 24 .294 '3i WESTERN CONFERENCE MIoWl Division Houston 24 12 .667 — Denver 21 U .600 2 i SonAnlon.0 21 16 .566 3i Dollas 16 16 500 6 Utah !7 20 .459 7 i Sacramento 13 23 .361 11 Pacific Dnriliofi L.A. Lokers K 5 .643 — Portland 22 16 550 9 , Secmle H 22 .389 15 , Phoenix 12 2! .364 !6 I A. Clippers 12 25 32i 18 GoWenSlote 12 27 308 19 L.A. Cli»p*rs 125 New ienfftK Philadelphia'13 Sacramento 102 Boston 115. Atlanta 106 Dallas 117, Phoenix 104 Son Antonio 124. Golden Stale 97 Milwaukee 95 Portland 89 Indiana ot L.A. Lokers. r rv Saturday's Gam*s Portlcnd01 New York 730p.m. Socromento ot Oevetortd 7p.m Philadelphia ot Detroit 7 p.m. LA. Clippers ot Chicago. 7 3Gp m. Golden Stole ot Dolkn. 7-30 p.m. Washington ot Houston. 7:30 p<n. Utohot Denver 8'Xp.m. Indiana at Phoenix. 8:Xp m. t A. loiters ol Secmle. 9:30 o.m. NBA boxscores SPURS 124. WARRIORS 97 Goletn Slot. (»7) Short 10-24 S-9 28 Boilers' 0-< <-< t Carroll 5-15 0-J 10. Flo^3 1-6 2-2 4 Mullir. 4-li 5-10 13 Teogle 9-16 4-i 22 Huslo-n 3-6 2-2 8 Verhoeven 0-4 0-0 0 Whilehead 0-6 0-2 0 Thibeoux 2-5 2-6 1 Conner 0-2 2-22 Totais 34-94 29-41 97 San Antonio (124) Johnson 9-12 3-3 21 Mitcnell 3-14 ',-2 17. Gilmore 2-6 2-3 6. Matthews 5-9 0-0 10, Robertson 4-5 6-9 14. Sunc>oid 5-60-2 11. Greenwood 6-8 2-4 14. Hughes 5-11 6-916. Cook 1-53-45 lovoronil-4 1-23. Brittoin 3-31-1 7.Totals 49-3325-39 124. Golbtn Stall U 24 26 31— 97 San Antonio 34 37 26 27—124 Three-point goals—Sundvold. Fouled out—Carroll. Rebounds—Golden State 58 (Bollard 10). San Antonio 64 (Greenwood 10]. Assists—Golden Slate 17 (Short 6). Son Antonio 37 (Robertson 14). Total louls—Golden Stole 26. Son Antonio 28. Technicals—Golden State Cooch Boch. Golden Stole illegal defense. A_7,326. MAVERICKS 117. SUNS 104 PfM»nii(104) Nance 6-13 5-6 17 Adorns 5-11 1-1 11. Edwords 6-13 2-2 14. Thompson 7-14 3-3 17. Humphries 4-16 0-0 8. Sanders 6-13 11 13, PittmonO-1 0-00. Robey 6-9 0-0 12 Pmckne/ 4-42-210, Glouchkov 1-20-0 2. Tolols 45-96 14-15 104. Dallas (117) Aguirre 9-15 8-12 26. Perkins 7-11 5-5 19. Donaldson 5-8 2-2 12. Davis 3-5 5-6 11. eiockman 12-20 I • I 25. Harper 5-1224 12, Vincent 3-7 0-2 6, Blab 0-1 0-00. Ellis 3-9 0-0 6, Wennington 0-1 0-0 0. Keeling 0-00-00.Totals 47-89 23-32 117. Pho.nli 28 28 24 24-104 Dollos 33 29 35 20-117 Fouled oul—None. Rebounds-Phoenix 48 (Nance 8), Dallas 55 (Blackman II). Assists Phoenix 29 (Humphries B). Dallas 33 (Harper 10). Totol louls—Phoenix 29, Dollas 19. Technicals—Robey, Dollas Coach Motto. A-17.007. Naiereth78 Hoverlord46 Penn 84 Harvard 71 Princeton 51 Dartmouth 50 RPI65.RIT58 W. Connecticut 60 N.J.TechSS Widener 65. Neumann 29 SOUTH Bristol 101 Ky.Ovistion74 Chris. Newport 87 Methodfit62 V.ory Washington 86. SSenandooh 73 M1.O!we73 Gutllord72 N. Carolina AiT 47 CoppinSt.45 ScrxJolDh-IAocon 64. Mefrin-ock 57 Wmrhrc.pl02 Pembroke St. 99 2OT MIDWEST Cincinnati &<ble >23 CircieviHe Stole Today's schedule High school basketball Dyke 93. Mich. -Dearborn 76 Mo Western 6. NW Iowa 63 Ml Merc* 66 Ce*47 St-O.oudSt.B2 N.Cotorodoi? SOUTHWEST Angela St. 82. Texas U'herao SI Sa*<i Hcvsto^ St. 82 Howore Payne 60 FAR WEST De->.-er 57 WestmoriS TOURNAMENTS Coosl CKes Oosuc Ut-:a7C 5.3V 69 Trinrty Gassk Ne6. W«''?rar. 77 Walton 67 Washington ond lee IrmtetiOAol «V=sK S Lee 92 Tno-rrs =C WOMEN EAST Ccxr>e:'74 Si Fro-tcis S * tl HsrvB-e6S Pe---i2 Wor>~.ouf, 62 Co'^-e : 54 SOUTH A'3M-,oS5 r, *:o»-i=6< LOCH'S^: Tech 3C ts-^ 5wc". i- 6£ N.C CM-;c«e64 A'c'-B O'.cDoT>i-io-. 74 Ke^t^ci 5ELou'ti:rx)73 Xcvie- NO Si W rprluck,'!* DafMn'S MTOWEST Oh.sSt V, V,,Kv<i,r.ti Pjrcve70 W-ich.cpn.St 53 TOURNAMENTS lody Griffin Invitational First Round CLIPPERS 125, NETS 120 LotAng«le»(125) Maxwell 5-10 11 • 12 21, While 8-12 0-0 16, Nimphius 2-8 0-0 4, Ma. Johnson 12-21 5-5 29, Nixon 7-16 7-10 21, Benjamin 4-10 1-19, Bryant 0-5 2-2 2. Bridgeman 3-7 3-3 9. Edwards 5-9 2-2 12, Cage 0-1 2-2 2. Tolols 46-99 33-37 125. New Jersey (120) Williams 9-150-018. King 10-23 3-3 24, Gminski 9-15 4-6 22, Birdsong 6-12 1-2 14, Cook 2-7 2-4 7. Dawkins 10-11 7-11 27. Ronsey 1-3 0-0 2. Mi.Johnson 3-5 0-0 6, O'Koren 0-4 0-0 O.Tolals 50-95 17-26 120. l.A. Clippers 29 34 29 33—125 NowJ.n.y 31 32 30 27-120 Three-point goals—King. Birdson, Cook. Fouled out—None. Rebound- s—l.A. Clippers 53 (Maxwell II). New Jersey 58 (Williams, King 12). Assisl- s-L.A. Clippers 18 (Nixon 8). New Jersey 29 (Cook 10). Total louls--L.A. Clippers 23. New Jersey 29. A-10.573. 76ERS 113, KINGS 102 SACRAMENTO (102) Tyler 3-6 0-0 6, Olberding 2-4 4-4 8, Thompson 7-11 2-2 16. Theus 10-18 3-4 23, Woodson 10-20 2-3 22, E.Johnson 7-13 6-9 20, Thorpe 0-2 0-0 0. Brail 2-7 3-3 7, Kleine 0-5 0-0 0. Tolals 41 -86 20-25 102. Philadelphia (113) Jones 4-B 0-0 8, Barkley 8-17 5-8 21. Vtalone 11-184-926. Erving 6-19 6-6 18. Cheeks 3-10 2-2 8. Threat! 5-9 5-6 15, Moss 5-9 0-0 10. C.Johnson 2-2 1-2 5, Calledge 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 45-94 23-33 113. Sacramento 31 24 20 25—102 Philadelphia 30 23 28 32-113 Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Sacramento 39 (Thompson 13). Philadelphia 52 (Malone 17). Assists—Sacramento 2B (Theus 12). Philadelphia 29 (Cheeks 10). Total louls—Sacramento 25, Philadelphia 23. A—12,147. CELTICS 115, HAWKS 10» Atlanta (108) Wilkins 17-30 0-4 34. Willis 4-7 0-0 8, Rollins 1-3 0-0 2. Wittman 4-7 0-0 8, Rivers 6-14 6-7 18, Koncak 5-8 2-3 12. Webb 4-11 4-5 12. Levingston 1-2 0-0 2, E.Johnson 0-5 0-0 0, Hastings 4-4 0-0 8. Bailie 2-30-04. Totals 48-94 12-19 108. Boston (115) McHalel 1-14 2-3 24, Bird 12-21 4-429. Parish 8-13 0-2 16. D.Johnson 7-15 9-10 24, Sichting 2-4 I-I S, Ainge l-l 0-0 2, Vincent 3-4 2-2 8, Wallon 1-2 0-0 2, Wedmon 0-3 1-21. Carlisle 2-3 0-0 4.Tolols 47-80 19-24 115 Atlanta 34 22 20 32-108 Ballon 30 32 33 20-115 Three-point goals—Bird, D.Johnson. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 42 (Willis 13), Boston 49 (Parish 15). Assists—Atlanta 18 (Webb 6). Boston 32 (D.Johnson 8). Total fouls—Allonlo 26, Boston 17. Technical—Levingslon. A— I4.B90. BUCKS 95, BLAZERS 89 Portland (89) Thompson 9-IB 1-6 19. Vandeweghe 513 4-7 14. Bowie 3-7 2-4 8, Colter 1-4 2-2 4, Drexler 10-21 6-9 26, Porter 2-7 2-2 6, Johnson 0-0 0-0 0. Kersey 4-9 4-5 12. Jones 0-2 0-0 0. Tolals 34-81 21 -35 89. Milwaukee (95) Cummings 7-19 5-6 19. Davis 3-9 2-2 8, Breuer 2-4 0-0 4, Moncriel 6-14 2-2 14, Pressey 4-9 I -2 9. Lister 3-5 2-4 8, lamp 03 0-0 0. Pierce 6-10 8.|0 21, Fields 3-5 0-0 6, Reynolds 0-2 0-2 0, Glenn 2-4 2-2 6.Totals 36-84 22-30 95. Portland 23 17 29 20—M Milwaukee 24 19 28 24-95 Three-point goal—Pierce. Fouled out— Kersey, Pressey. Rebounds—Portland 61 (Thompson 12), Milwaukee 56 (Lisler 15). Assists—Portland 22 (Drexler II), Milwaukee 18 (Pressey 7). Total fouls-Portland 29. Milwaukee 29. Technical-Moncriel. A-l 1,052. College scores By The Associated Press EAST Blaomlield 63. Franklin Pierce 52 Glassboro St. 87, Rulgers-Newark 69 John Jay 96. Vassar6l Manlclair St. 62, Trenton SI. 57 College men EMPORLA ST. 75. PTTTSSURG ST. U Emporia St. (75) Cramer 20-04 S'ro-^yen 3 4-4 10 Yonke 02-22. Biogs 4 1 -2 9 Hughes 3 2-4 8. Robinson 7 6-6 2C Chotraon 8 6-13 22 TOTALS 2721-3375 PittsburjSt. (13) lambkins 2 0-3 4 Gu»t 102-222 Pv!e 1 0-0 2 Moms 7 1.1 '5 Portridoe 5 2-3 12 Grounds 2 0-0 4 Mopr'0-02 Kinsey 10-0 2. TOTALS 29 5-9 63. HALFT1ME - ETIDOMC St 42. Prttsburg St 31 TOTAL FOULS - Emporxj St. 19. Pitfsburg St. 25. FOULED OUT — None. REBOUNDS - Emporio St. 36, Pittsburg St. 49 TURNOVERS — Emporia St. 13. PinsburgSI 16 Juco men COIBY 17. KEARNEY ST. JUCO 81 Keom*ySt.(!l) Rose 2-7 0-0 4. Richers 0-1 0-0 0. Abeles 9-13 1-2 19 Gross 1-1 0-0 2, Owen 1-1 0-0 2 Hunsley 6-13 1-1 13, Anderson 2-7 2-2 6, Palvcek 0-1 0-0 0. HoH 0-3 0-0 0, Vonderdeek 2-5 0-0 4. Eberhardt 0-1 0-0 0 Zimmermen 5-9 2-4 12, Johnson 9-1 2 1-219. TOTALS 37-74 71181. Colby (87) Jamison 6-14 3-4 15 Surmeier 3-7 0-0 6. Binion 6-17 2-2 14 Young 0-1 1-2 1, Hawkins 7-11 4-9 18. Taylor 3-11 4-5 10. Daggs 5-81-511, King 1 -5 0-0 2, Gordon 5-6 0-010. TOTALS 36-80 1 5-27 87. HAIFTIME - Colby 47, Kearney St. 41 . TOTAL FOULS - Kearney St. 19, Colby 12. FOULED OUT - Zimmerman. Johnson (KS). REBOUNDS — Kearney St. 43, Colby 42. TURNOVERS - Kearney St 20 Colby 12. OTERO.COLO.89 MARYMOUNTJV78 Mary mount JV (7!) Robinson 7 5-6 19. Roberts 4 4.7 12, Rhine 5 2-2 12. Dugan 4 2-4 10, Fechter 3 4-4 10 Guitro: 3 2-4 8, Douglas 3 0-0 6, Forge 01-21, Pinalto 0 0-0 0 Maydew 0 0-00. Tolols -2920-2978 01010(89) Woodson 83-319, Scoll 7 3-4 17, lowry 6 4-6 16, Johnson 6 3-4 15. Gould 4 0-1 8, Wilson 2 3-3 7 , Belona 1 I -2 3, Winstonley 1 0-0 2, Buller 10-12. Totals - 36 17-25 89. HALFTIME - Olero 43, Marymount JV 31 . TEAM FOULS - Marymount JV 26, Otero 21. FOULED OUT -Rhine Guitroz (MC). Prep scores BOYS Abilene 67. Marysville 66 Beloit 56. Smoky Valley 54 Berean Academy 44. Pretty Prairie 36 Blue Valley-Randolph 72. SI. Xavier 63 Brewster 42. Sharon Springs 38 Buhler77,Mulvone67 Burrton 74. Canton-Galva 32 Chapman 70, Clay Center 58 Colby 60, Goodland 55 Colgan63. Girard54 Concordio 68. Wamego 64 (3at) DightonoB, Jelmore49 Douglass 58. Medicine Lodge 39 Downs 58, Lucos-Luray 49 Eastern Heights 74, Lenora 60 Foirfield 63, Stafford 39 Grinnell 62, Triploins 36 Hanover 72, Linn 50 Hill City 76. Victoria 48 Hoisington 70, Russell 50 Horton57, Wotheno42 Hoxie65. St. Francis 54 KC Turner 43. Bonner Springs 41 Kensington 75, Logan 68 LeolioS, Meade54 Lincoln 56. Gorham 37 McPherson 64. Arkansas City 60 Monkoto 59, Hillcrest 48 Notomo 50, Woconda East 23 North Central 69. While Rock 52 Northern Heights 76, Hartford 64 Oakley 54, Scott City 50 (ot) Pike Valley 50. SI. John's-Beloi(44 Smith Center 53. Osborne 47 (ol) Southwestern Heights 52, Hugoton 47 Sterling 56. St. John 50 Stockton 63, Norton 61 Sylvan Grove 65, Tipton 64 (ot) TMP-Marian 49, Pratt 45 Trinity 76. Little River 53 Udoll 53. Oxford 52 Valley Center 46. Augusta 42 Washington 46, Clifton-Clyde 45 Wellington 65. Goddard 46 Wellsville 74, Prairie View 45 Wheatlond 72. Cheylin 48 GIRLS Alwood36. Oberlin33 Brewster 53. Sharon Springs 46 Cheney 50, South Barber 48 Cloy Center 45, Chapman 41 Colby 44, Goodland 31 Concordia 29, Wamego 27 (ot) Dighton66. Jetmore32 Downs 51, Lucas-Luray 46 Ellinwood40, Claflin36 Emporia 60, Highland Park 36 Grinnell 54, Triplains 35 Hoys 52. Garden City 44 Highland 60. Atchison 43 Hoxie 34. St. Francis 25 Lenora 54, Eastern Heights 47 Lincoln 35, Gorham 30 Mankolo 58. Hillcrest 36 Meode65. Leoli36 Medicine Lodge 66. Douglass 54 Miltonvale 53, Jewell 47 Morlond 51, Jennings 27 Naloma 65. Wocondo East 51 North Central 51. White Rock 37 Oxford 50, Udall 47 (ot) Pike Valley 45. St. John's-Beloil 28 Protection 44, Fowler 23 Quivira Heights 50, Otis-Bison 40 Remington 58, Lyons 45 Russell 56. Hoisington 27 St. George 56, White City 37 Scott City 66. Oakley 61 SmithCenter 36. Osborne32 Smoky Volley 34, Beloil 28 Solomon 47. Tescott 37 Sylvan Grove 63, Tiplan 23 Wabaunsee 40. Silver Lake 21 WetmoreSO. Bern 35 Wheatland 64, Cheylin 44 SATURDAY. JANUARY 11 BASKETBALL Illinois State ot Wichita State 8 05 p.m. SMU ot Kansas. 1 p.m. Marymount women at Coal Miners Classic at Pittsburg Bradley at Wichita State women WRKUING Solina South ot Wichita North tournament 10 o.m. Herri crc it V Girls Sylvan Grove 63. Tipton 23 5>:vc.-G-c.e 'i '5 :« S ^O'A. KX..S- 5.:-.--. •- Ce— - : " KSj.ED Oj" — '.;.-* "EC-iVC-i. FOi^S - •«:-* Sophomore boys SAUNA CENTRAL U SAIIHA SOUTH 41 S=-.-.aS».«. = •' = •;-»' :• N .Y. Iso^iri t-CS s T .--: Ce-— 't — -^ Wrestling Prep results CONCOtOU M. WAMEGO 21 98 - S>e~etl .C OK. Rirs-h 10-» 105 — S.Boller^er 'w, riec. NeSscr 9-i. r,2 — Lowe-ii 'C' won by forfet; H9 — Cctntie''d C.' : >-nrked Rose 126 — jas>yn \C] p«r*ned UmxSetC 132 — McGinnis !C: pinned J.Bolle^oer 138 — Hoke 'C; won by forfeit: 145 — Weiiert "W; pinned McColi, 155 - Shorn fi; pinned Strait: 167 — McDonald 1C; won by forfeit: 1S5 — Cook (W) pinned Brown HWT — Kiel !C) won by forfeit. STOdflON JS. NORTON 27 96 — Martin (N) won by forfeit: 105 — Allen i'N) won by forfeit: 1 12 — Botelier !Nj pinned Dryden 119 - Sander (S. owned Van Sickeler 126 — Goger (S! dec. Fredde. 10-0 132 — Miller (S) pinned Shepord: 138 — Rice (5} pinned Yoder: 145 — Hand (N) dec. Reed. 10-8 15J — Jones (S) dec. Posson. 10-2: 167 — Slonsky IS) won by default over Bohl: 185 — Bedore (S) dec. Sonndog. 8-5: HWT — McMullen won by forfeit. PIAINWUE 1 1 , PHILUPSSURG 27 98 — Johnson (Ph) dec. Lotto. 4-2: 10S — Blew (Ph) pinned Jackson; 112 — Monden (PI) pinned Rogers; 119 — Crawford (PI) pinned Swatzell; 132 — Ronkin (Ph) dec. Homel, 12-2: 138 — Hahn (Ph) dec. Scott. 1 1 -1 ; 145 — Mclntyr (PI) dec. Swonell. 10-1: 155 - Coomes (Ph) pinned Hulse: 167 — Wessel (PI) dec. Morgan. 12-6; IBS — Willis (Ph) dec. Comeau, 1 1 -0: HWT — Knipp (PI) pinned Leidig. Football NFL playoffs Comarvnct Championihipt (All Times CST) Sunday,Jan. 12 Los Angeles Rams at Chicago, 11:30 a.m. New England at Miami. 3 p.m. SUPER BOWL XX Sunday,Jan. 26 At New Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 4 p.m. NFL injuries NEW YORK (AP) - The Notional Football League injury report lor Sunday's Conference Championships, as provided by the league: Sunday,Jan. 12 AMERICAN CONFERENCE NEW ENGLAND AT MIAMI — Palriots: TE Lin Dawson (knee) and RB Craig James (shoulder) are probable. Dolphins: IB Jackie Shipp (leg), G Steve Clark (knee). TE Joe Rose (toe) and T Jon Giesler (knee) are probable. NATIONAL CONFERENCE LOS ANGELES RAMS AT CHICAGO Rams: OB Dieter Brock (finger-left hand), S Vince Newsor.,j (ankle), G Dennis Harrah (call), C Tony Slaton (knee) and WR Michael Young (hamstring) are probable. Bears: DT Steve McMichael (knee) are probable. Golf T of C results CARLSBAD. Calif. (AP) — Third-round scores Friday in Ihe S500.000 MONY Tournament of Champions on the 6,911 yard, por-72 La Cosla Country Club course (a-amateur): Regular Tour Calvin Peele 68-67-64—199 Mark O'Meara 70-75-67—202 o-Scott Verplonk 72-67-68—207 Phil Blockmor 74-68-66—208 Danny Edwards 70-69-69—208 Tom Kite 69-66-73—208 Bernhard Longer 69-69-71—209 Jim Thorpe 70-68-71—209 Tim Simpson 72-73-66—211 WorkMcCumber 68-73-70—211 Halelrwin 72-71-69—212 LonnyWodkins 73-73-67—213 Sandy Lyle 70-72-71-213 Andy North 70-70-73—213 HolSutton 71-77-66—214 Ken Green 76-70-68—214 Fuzzy Zoeller 71-74-69—214 Roger Mollbie 74-71-69—214 BillGlasson 74-70-70—214 Wayne levi 70-72-73—215 George Burns 71-71-73—215 John Mahotley 73-75-68—216 Curtis Strange 70-75-71-216 Roy Floyd 73-72-72—217 DanForsman 72-69-76—217 Bob Eastwood 75-73-70—218 JoeySindelar 74-70-75—219 Corey Pavin 71-75-74—220 MarkWiebe 72-75-74-221 Woody Blackburn 78-74-74—226 Hubert Green 75-73-80—228 Sanlors Tour Miller Barber 70-70-70—210 Arnold Palmer 72-73-70-215 Lee Elder 69-74-73-2)6 Harold Henning 73-76-71—220 Peter Thomson 74-73-74—221 Don January 76-72-76—224 MikeFetchick 83-79-75-237 Hockey : " 35 r -. r 35 r —Baseball Hall of Fame Sf. A YOW .A? — VS '••• 31 J •Sa CV-cnoa CeMdo 152 Harve, Kjeo.-, ;*4 Mojry Wla 124 Bill .Mcae- rosi.' '00 lew Sunjette H Ken Bey*-. 95 MJ-r-< .Mi-wso W. Vxiey loiich S6 E'.SoyFoce 74 Son Sonto . 64 J« Torre 60 ESsion Howard 51 Curt Flood. 4i : Vooo Pi-.son 43. Dy* Alien. 41 Thurmon Mumon 35; Don lorsen 33. Wiiew Wood. 23: Tim McCorver. 16: Dove McHolty 12: John Hiltef. ii Pou! B'KJir 8 J.R. Richord 7; Ken Holtzmon 5 Willie Honor, 4; Jim longoorg 3 Andy Messersmith 3: Dove Cosh 2: Vainy Sorvjuiilen. 2: Jock Bil- linahom 1: Jose Cordenol. 1. Bud Hor- reison. 1: George Scott. I: Vk Dovolio. 0 DoroW Knowles 0. Etc. Ski report JV boys SALINA SOUTH 51 SAUNA CENTRAL 43 Solina South 12 16 14 9 51 Solina Central 8 II 9 15 43 Soulh Goerlzen 13, Kadel 9. Ever hart 7. Baxter 6. Olssen 5 Jayne 4 NHL standings By The Aiiodot«dTr»n All Tlm.i CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pti GF GA Phldlpha 30 II 0 60 187 123 Washgton 25 11 4 54 160 130 NYlslders 17 15 9 43 162 151 Pittsbgh 18 20 4 40 160 159 NYRongrs 18 21 2 38 148 143 New Jersey M 24 1 29 147 183 Adaml Division Quebec 24 15 2 50 171 135 Montreal 23 14 4 50 192 149 Boston 18 16 7 43 156 147 Buffalo 19 18 4 42 153 143 Harlford 20 18 I 41 160 152 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrli Division ' Chicago 19 17 4 42 186 185 St. Louis 18 16 4 40 146 156 Minnesta 15 18 7 37 163 156 Toronto 11 23 5 27 166 195 Detroit 9 27 5 23 135 218 Smyth* Division Edmonlon 29 9 4 62 224 172 Calgory 18 19 3 39 167 159 Vancver 13 24 5 31 149 176 Winnipeg 13 25 5 31 156 198 L.A. 13 23 4 30 140 199 Friday's Gamat Buffalo 9. Toronto 7 N.Y. Rangers 6, Montreal <t Quebec 5, Edmonlon 3 Chicago 9, Detroit 4 Los Angeles 4. Minnesota 3 Norton 51 . Stockton 49 (ot) — O <»•; ~ DENVER 'AP) — Colorado Ski Country USA reports the following conditions ot major Colorado ski areas on Friday Jan 10. Arapohoe Bosin — 1 new 61 deplh. pocked powder. Aspen Highlands — 0 new 38 depth pocked powder. Aspen Mountain — 0 new 23 deplh packed powder. Buflermilk — 0 new 30 base packed powder. Beaver Creek — 0 new 40 depth. pocked powder. Berthoud Pass — 0 new. 57 deplh. pocked powder. Breckenridge — 0 new. 39 depth pocked powder. Ski Broodmoor — Onew. 14 deplh. 100 percent snowmaking. hard pock. Conquistador — 0 new, 29 deplh, 100 percent snowmaking. pocked powder. Ski Cooper — 0 new. 53 depth, powder, packed powder. Copper Mountain — 0 new, 40 depth packed powder. Cresled Butte — 0 new. 50 depth, pocked powder. Cuchora Valley — 0 new, 33 depth, 65 percent snowmaking, packed powder. Eldora — 0 new, 26 depth, packed powder, hard pock. Ski Estes Park — 0 new. 38 depth, packed powder, hard pock. Geneva Basin — Not open. Ski Idlewild — 0 new. 35 base, packed powder. Keystone — 0 new, 54 depth, packed powder. Loveland Bosin and Valley — 1 new. 52 depth, powder, packed powder. Monarch — 0 new. 44 depth, powder, pocked powder. Powderhorn — 0 new, 42 depth, powder, pocked powder. Purgatory — 0 new, 46 depth, pocked powder. Shark Toolh — Open weekends only. Silver Creek — 0 new, 27 depth, 40 percent snowmoking, packed powder. Snowmass — 0 new, 40 deplh, packed powder. St. Mary's Glacier — Open weekends only. Steamboat Springs — 0 new, 46 deplh, packed powder. Sunlight — 0 new, 42 depth, packed powder. Telluride — 0 new, 44 depth, packed powder. Vail — 0 new, 37 depth, packed powder. Winter Park — 0 new, 33 depth, pocked powder, hard pock. Mary Jane — 0 new. 50 deplh, packed powder, hard pack. Woll Creek — 0 new, 82 deplh, packed powder, hard pack. Snow depth in inches refers lo unpacked natural snow at midpoint. T means trace. Figures are supplied la Colorado Ski Country USA. o ski-industry organization, by individual areas. For updates call (303) 837-9907. Transactions By Th« Anoclattd Prtss BASEBALL National League CINCINNATI REDS-Named Jack Lind manager of Denver of the American Association, Gene Dusan manager of Cedar Rapids of the Midwest League, and Jay Ward manager of Vermont of the Eastern League. Rehired Marc Bombard, manager of Tampa of the Florida Stale League, Jim Lett, manager of Billings of the Northwest League, Sam Mejias, manager of Sarosota of the Gulf Coast League, Jim HoH, minor league field coordinator, Ted Kluszewski and Danny Litwhiler. hitting instructors, Harry Dorish and Larry Rothschild, pitching instructors. MONTREAL EXPOS—Named Ken Mocha assistant coach. FOOTBALL National Football League NFC—Announced thai Joe Montana, Son Francisco quarterback, Eric Wright, San Francisco cornerback, and Doug Smith. Los Angeles Rams center, will not ploy in the Pro Bowl due lo injuries. Added Jim McMahon, Chicago quarterback, Gary Green, Los Angeles Rams cornerback. and Fred Quillon, San Francisco center, to the Pro Bowl roster. COLLEGE ARIZONA STATE-Announced the resignation of Tim Kelly, pitching coach. Named Tom Pratt pitching coach. KANSAS—Promoted George Warhop and Joe Pannunzio to full-time assistant football coaches. Named Dave Dunkelberger. defensive coordinator and middle linebacker coach. Louis West, defensive secondary coach, Paul Alt, running back coach. Jan Quarless. offensive line coach, Robert Ford, wide receiver coach. Jim Cochran, recruiting coordinator. KANSAS STATE—Hired Mark Deal, running backs coach, and Dave Flegal. defensive line coach. Named Leo Brouhard. recruiling coordinator. NORTHERN lOWA-Announced Ihe resignation of Jim Berry, head basketball coach, effective at the end of Ihe season. PRINCETON-Nomed Craig Cason head coach of freshman football team. TEXAS—Named Bob Stanley offensive line coach. Pool results SALINA MEN'S POOL LEAGUE Result! Rangers Tavern 14, Animal House III I. Rangers Steak House 11, Red Killen II 4; Animal House I 10. Edge Inn 5. Animal House II 8, BSE Pesl Conlrol 7; Game Plane.RedKitlenl?. Standings Animal House I 14-1; Rangers Steak House 14-1. Rangers Tavern 12-2: BSE Pest Conlrol 8-7: Game Plan 7-7: Animal House II 6-9: Red Kitten I 6-8: Blue Lounge 5-9: Edge Inn 5-9: Red Kitten II 312: Animal House III 0-15, . Scri-u^- 5 5•^eo^«•' ' t Moryjville 41 , Abilene 38 **»*•-* T ~.C S '0 — JS Mir>sx~!'.e ; ~ '. : u_4i «^i.«.-e — M^-ae-- I GOT-*-: i ?oc> 2 -SO-'OCr-'t S-*V*C>-. 6 Ho-** *£.-c,~g4. Wo-cj»i.'»* — Vl iSie>-c^--s "~ C»v2j:k 1 S'-f-e^j"' t ^ooi»evtht Quivira Hts. SO, Otis-Bison 40 OJ.>-..-SH-S = 50 li 20 — 50 O-'S-B-so-^ 'i -.3 2 14—40 Gvivirs Hefg-.'s — 5 JcSr.stNi 6 D.Johnson 24 Cr.frsM.re 4 ArtSer n Sc*Ker. 2 Mogw 1 . OiS-Bivon — Ochs S Sofcmli S.Lichter!2. Hillsboro55,Halstead33 Kolsteod 926 16 — 33 Hillsbcro 4 15 15 21—55 Holsteod — Wright 3. Schrog 8 Dovison 8. Post 6 Stein 2 Hall 6. Hillsboro — Dueri^sen 1 . S.Loewen 8. Decker 18 L.loev»en 10 Siebert 10 J.Loewen 6 Miller 2 Smith Center 36, Osborne 32 SmithCenter 6 9 10 11—36 CHbome 14 5 4 9 — 32 Smith Center — Wagner 7. Curtiss 5. Lovewell 14. PetersonS. Roilsbock 2. Osborne — Henke 5, Lomax 8. Sturgeon 10, Brummer 5. Dieti 2. Foster Northern Valley 61, Palco 31 Palco 686 11—31 Northern Volley 31 16 10 4—61 Polco — Thyfoult 6. Lambert 4. Brin 6. Homel 9. Cole 2, Ayers4. Northern Volley — Davis 12. Ross 15. Kaiser 5. Vallin 11. Alexander 4. Wilson 6. Ray 2, Stutterheim6. Brewster 53, Sharon Springs 46 $•!»«•!'*•' 14 15 8 16 — 53 S-V,-^ ir^.nos 10 12 13 11—46 f.*»^-*.r -- E..-t-*r * Gilley ' Kramer 20. < *vrw':!>Mj. W.Randolph I Sites 2. $>s*>-vv* ir>n,^5$ — D.Von Loeys 2. Stockhaus ' HJ-:» i.- 1 Vonlo«ys6 Fisch*r9,Suentei3, Concordia 29, Womego 27 (ot) x-jv««j 6 2 S 9 4 — 29 ^-frjo 6 S 6 5 2 — 27 !C«^CCTC>O — Suderou 3 Chavey 8, Simpson Chnstensen 6. i — Touer 2. Atthouie 4. Adams ). Hors>-t<irgeT lo Reovas 8. Lindemuth 2. Russell 56, Hoisington 27 Hj.s.ngtcv. 4 11 6 6 — 27 Rcssefi 15 IS ° 14—56 Hoisog'c-n — S~:hneweis 2 Morganstern 4. Peterson 2 Higgins S Quint 2 Steinert 2. Crave Susseil — Ho^irnersTii'h 6 Flogler 9 Luding 3 noa-er 15 Beits ' McCrory 2. Gray 18, F-omer I Hays 52, Garden City 44 Hays 14 17 10 11—52 GordenCiH 10 S S 18 — 44 Hoys — Engei 1" Soilig 2 Nierberger 10, Jacobs 4 BruggmanlT Mous2. Garden City — Cortmill 10 Sander 4. Loren- ven 2. McCue 2. Smith 2 WcVey 24. Natoma 65, Waconda East 51 Woconda East 10 13 8 20 — 51 Natoma 13 18 16 18 — 65 Wocondo East — Kresih 6. Thille 28, McCune 7. Helvey"?. Noller 1. Natom — Mason 7, Ross 2, J.Ginter 2. Chrisler 12. A.Pruter 10. L.Pruter 16. Tat- kenhorst 16. Mankato 58, Hillcrest 36 Hillcrest 4 18 9 5 — 36 Mankato 11 8 16 23 — 58 Hillcrest — Shoemaker 11, Chermey 1. Keller 3. Adcox 8, Scott 10. Osborn 3. Monkato — Doud 2. Malcom 20. Grout 12, Roilsback 7, Kimminau 10. Turner 3, Manhusen 2, Thompson 2. Linn 47, Hanover 39 Linn 10 10 10 17 — 47 Hanover 8 8 12 11—39 Linn — Oestreich 2. K.Herrs 7. L.Herrs 11, Disinger 14. Wiechman 8. Hern 5. Hanover — Coufol 2, Doebele 8. Kruse 12, Meier 10. B.Schmidt 1, D.Schmidt6. WaKeeney 38, Ellis 23 WaKeeney 7 8 11 12 — 38 Ellis 5 5 6 7 — 23 WaKeeney — Hixson 13, Moden 12. C.Parke 4. Scott 3, C.Ziegler 2. Dietz 2. L.Parks 1. Deines 1. Ellis — Honas 8, B.Kinderknecht 5. Fischer 4, Schoenberger 3, McClelland 3. Solomon 47, Tescott 37 Solomon 12 9 10 16 — 47 Tescott 4 11 10 12 — 37 Solomon — Einhaus 2. Everhart 2, Denson 4, Kontor 12, Brown 16, Walker 10, Proiano 1. Tescott — Berkley 8. Diedrick 10, Reed 9, Wenthe 4. Wilt'on g 2, Anderson 2. Nelson 2. Miltonvale 53, Jewell 47 Miltonvale 21 10 7 15 — 53 Jewell 6 11.8 22 — 47 Miltonvale — Turner 10, Girord 4, Foster 16, Lobaugh 18, Rauch5. Jewell — Wright 2. Zimmer 2, Winkle 12. S.BIackmore 6. Bloomberg 4, Schumacher 4, C.BIackmore 1, Budke 16. Lincoln 35, Gorham 30 Gorham 4 4 11 11 — 30 Lincoln 14 9 5 7 — 35 Gorham — K.Weigel 2, T.Weigel 2, Nowak 10, Murphy 11, Munk 2, Brungardt 3. Lincoln — Walker 9, Lyne 9, Byarlay 2. Bacon 6. Selsridge2, Von Amberg7. Grinnell 54, Triplains 35 Grinnell 16 14 16 8 — 54 Triplains 7 14 6 8 — 35 Grinnell — Struckhoff 20, C.Struckholf 4, Karen Struckhoff 20. Zimmerman 6, Baker 2, Schwarz2. Triplains — Zuspann 2, Goyen 2, Schertz 9, Pfeiff 4, Mowe 2, Gfeller 8, Siruta 4, Towns 4. Victoria 52, Hill City 30 Victoria 13 18 10 11—52 HillCity 668 10 — 30 Victoria — Schrant 6. Ruder 11, A.Dreifing 5, Brungardt 9, Austin 16, VonFeldt 2. Younger 3. Hill City — Cramer 5, Showers 6, Mai 12, Dedore 2, Sharpo 1, Newell 2, VanLoenen 2. Logan 54, Kensington 42 Kensington 8 8 12 14 — 42 Logon 17 11 B 18 — 54 Kensington — Beckman 2, Hudson 2, Isom 4, Haun 14, Jackson 14, Meyer 6. Logan — Altman 11. Mulder 2. Pakkebier 14, Kats 13, Voss 2, Schemper 1, Niblock 11. Wheatland 64, Cheylin 44 Cheylin 6 16 6 16 — 44 Wheatland 11 18 19 16 — 64 Cheylin — Voorhies 4, T.Seymour 14. Wright 1, Officer 4, Antholz 11. N.Seymour 2, Elisah 6. Bonister2. Wheatland — S.Zeigler 16. Kott 9, J.Selensky 13, Laurie Heile 10, L.Selensky 2, Linda Heile 12, M.Zeigler2. McPherson 69, Arkansas City 58 ArkansasCity 14 10 14 20 — 58 McPherson 14 21 19 15 — 69 Arkansas City — Setrist 8, Gregory 3, Wells 1 9, Rudolph 2, Blarchsold 16, Clark 8, Ware 2. McPherson — Conner 4, Bunk 15, Huber 7, Alvarado 21, Warner 2, Shoemaker 7. Reese 13. Washington 34, Clifton-Clyde 33 Clifton-Clyde 3 8 10 12—33 Washington 12 8 6 8 — 34 Clifton-Clyde — Pellant 6, Gallagher 9, Bloomfield 2, Charbonneau 7, Lange 6, McChesney3. Washington — McAfee 6, Lillie 2, K.Kern 1, Martin 4, M.Keesecker 7, L.Keesecker 4, Ricard 10. Pike Valley 45, SJ-Beloit 28 SJ-Beloit 7 5 2 14 — 28 PikeValley 8 12 6 19 — 45 St. John's-Beloit — A.Eilert 4. Stover 7 K.Eilert 8, L.Eilert 2, G.Cordel 2, Walter 3. Pike Valley — Sothers 15, Veteto 3, Larson 4, Johnson 8, Jensen 2, Nyland 1, Peters 2, Aspegren2. Downs 51 , Lucas-Luray 46 Lucas-Luray 6 10 11 19 — 46 Downs 2 21 10 18 — 51 Lucas-Luray — Schultz 1, Winkler 15, Yarnell 5, Francis 18, Borzak7. Downs — GradigS. R.Roe6, Burda 12. DeBey 2,Grady 12,N.Roell. Colby 44, Goodland 31 Colby 14 16 7 7 — 44 Goodland 4 7 6 14 _ 31 Colby — Ibbetson 2. Roulier 24, Chambers 10, Schroeder 4, Kannady 4. Goodland — Dawes 7. Lake 2, Bergin 2, Coash2, Briney 14, Brown 4. St. George 56, White City 37 St. George 9 14 13 20—56 WhileCity 10 5 6 16 — 37 St. George — Moore 16. Speilman 21, Sweeny 3, Wondell 6, Carley 10. White City — Pitts 7. Allen 10. Hultteren 6, BritM.lindsey 10. Clay Center 45, Chapman 41 ClayCenter 11 12 7 15 — 45 Chapman 8 14 8 11—41 Cloy Center — Rosenow 3, Tanehill 5, Martin 2. McCollough 4, Randle 2. Sullivan 26, Siebold 1. Chapman — Ramsey 3, Scanlan 2, Kickefer 6. Haselett 16. Elliott 2. Backhus 6, Burgett 6. Smoky Valley 34, Beloit 28 Beloit 10 9 2 7 — 28 Smoky Valley 9 8 11 6 — 34 Beloit — Klenda 6. Foote 5. Collins 7, Amerine2, Dieti 10. Smoky Volley — Hulse 1. Geiman 9. Schierlmon 4, Curchy 2. Daniels 6. Murphy 8, Ahlstedt4. Riley Co. 54, Valley Heights 53 Riley County 15 12 7 20 — 54 ValleyHeights 14 17 12 10—53 Riley County — Brummett 20, Hanson 2, Milliard 4, Sharp 6, Clack 10, Heikes 12. Valley Heights — Y.Weis 8. Tilley 12. White 10, MillerS. Bach 4. O'TooleB, Harding 8. Boys Oakley 54, Scott City 50 (ot) ScottCity 8 13 18 8 3 — 50 Ookley 9 14 13 11 7 — 54 Scott City — Lucas 9. Long 5, pammemter 8. Ramsey 8, Griffith 10, Burgess 2, Janssen 6, Hutchins2. Oakley — Recenka 20. R.Munk 12, BAtes 1, Moare 5, S.Munk 5, Bockwinkel 8, Hemmert 1, Herl2. Hill City 76, Victoria 48 Victoria 4 13 16 15 — 48 HillCity 20 23 13 20 — 76 Victoria — K.Dinkel 9, C.Dinkel 8, Bagall 6, Berens 10. Brungordt 5, Rohleder 6, Wellbrock 4. Hill City — Brandberry 13, Mack 1. swanson 18, Jacob 10, Huddlestun 14, Belleou 10 Logback 5. Moss 4, Kobler 1. Kensington 75, Logan 68 Kensington 20 12 19 M — 75 Logon 16 14 14 24 — 68 Kensington — Hoberson 22, Ratliff 10, Struckhoff 16, Hudson 6, Rust 14. Hrabe7. Logan — Altman 36, Lowry 15, jandera 4. Wallaren 7 Lnhm*>i*»r A — man Wollgren7, Lohmeier6. Hillsboro 69, Halstead 52 Halstead 9 18 10 15 — 52 Hillsboro 14 17 16 22 — 69 Halstead — Holle 18. Stucky 8, Williams 7, Allen 6, Peach 6, McGinn 5, Nevills 2. Hillsboro — Vajnar 19, Brenneman 14, Thomas 11, Heide 8, Blochlinger 6, Nickel 4, Arnolds, Vogt 2, Funk 2. Sylvan Grove 65, Tipton 64 (ot) SylvanGrove 18 15 13 14 5 — 65 Tipton 18 15 12 15 4 — 64 Sylvan Grove — Hiitter 2, Hurlbut 18, Nelson 8, Jensen 25, Hynes 8, Trapp4. Tipton — Joe Koenigsman 14. Hake 8. John Koenigsman 8. Dubbert 25, Hoffman 3. Decker 2, Bunker 4. Concordia 68, Wamego 64 (3ot) Concordia 11 18 9 15 6 1 8 — 68 Wamego 15 8 18 12 6 1 4 — 64 Concordia — Christensen 34, Samuelson 16, Coilteux 1 1 , Douglass 2, Koester 4, Dick ) . Wamego — Ebert 17, McKee 8, Chrest 16, Earth 15, Wrights. Mankato 59, Hillcrest 48 Hillcrest 8 15 14 11—48 Mankato 14 17 11 17 — 59 Hillcrest — B. Hammond 21, J.Hammond 10, Baxa 6, Edwards 8, Chermak 3. Mankato — Gonzalez 2. Benoit 25, Alexander 18, Schlotterback 8, Johanek 4, Bothwell 2. McPherson 64, Arkansas City 60 ArkansasCity 12 16 14 18 — 60 McPherson 15 16 16 17 — 64 Arkansas City — Long 6, Mullen 8, Hollingsworth 14, Fields 9, Shaw 23. McPherson — Oakes 4. Manner 6. Aplin 4, Henson 14, Goering 12, Pyle 14, Berlin 10. Smith Center 53, Osborne 47 (ot) SmithCenter 12 19 8 6 8 — 53 Osborne 13 15 5 12 2 — 47 Smith Center — Rorobough 19, Terrill 4, Barla 12, Lambert 14, Orr 2, Rothchlld 2. Osborne — Walters 21 , Daise 8, Golladay 9, Bales 8, Barm 1. Junction City 55, Manhattan 51 Manhattan 11 15 13 12 — 51 Junction City 21 8 12 14—55 Manhattan — Barton 4. Weigel 6, Kandt 10, Weis 5, Marshall 18, MuglerS. Junction City — Moon 2, Domer 6 Turner 20 Smith 2, McCall 19. Klaus 6. Hoxie 65, St. Francis 54 Hoxie 17 15 18 15 — 65 St. Francis 10 16 22 6 — 54 Hoxie — Barnes 12, Geerdes 18, Taylor 2, Krannawitter 12, Foster 21. St. Francis — Lewis 6, Bandel 4. Gulsch 4, Slang 16, Rath 8, Braceling 14, Gardner 2. No. Central 69, White Rock 52 NorthCentral 20 18 17 14 — 69 WhiteRock 9 18 13 12 — 52 North Central — Grove 14, Graves 15, M.Miller 9, E.Miller 14. Morey 13. B.Livingston White Rock — Vohoril 1, Beam 4. Hosting 14. Reinert 11. Garmon 12, Silsby 8, May 2. TMP-Marian 49, Pratt 45 TMP-Marian 10 11 14 14 — 49 Pratt 14 ]4 12 5 — 45 TMP-Marian — Boeve 6. Schulle 1, N.Schippers 24, Rupp 2, Brauns 8, Blackburn 8. Pratt — Kramer 4, Howell 4. Brett Frantz 11, Hoeme 18, Adelhart 2, Wood 6. Stockton 63, Norton 61 Stockton 14 20 13 16 — 63 Norton 12 14 16 19 — 61 Stockton — Holloway 8. Miller 14, Bellerine 18, Moddy 6, comeau 5, Cerley 10, Oliva 2. Norton — Ambrosier 15, Kaison 7, McLollen 24. Corlton 3. Griffey 10, Sonko2. Lincoln 56, Gorham 37 Gorham 949 15 — 37 Lincoln 11 18 10 17 — 56 Gorham — McCartney 10, Brungardt 16, Reid 2. Howak3,Klee5.Daniell. Lincoln — Radtke 15. Holloway 25, Anderson 4, Biggs 6. O'Bannon 2, Metg 2, Van Fonge 2. Chapman 70, Clay Center 58 ClayCenter 11 12 14 21—58 Chapman 17 21 18 14—70 Clay Center — Williams 4. Wiemers 8, McNeil 6. Wickstrum 4. Lovin 1. Claeys 1, Herrs 33. Chapman — Cash 24. long 10, Chamberlain 5, Stillwagon 2, Wasylk 2, Garner 9, Opat 2, Schippert 1. Langvardt 15. Blue Valley 72, St. Xavier 63 St.Xavier 8 11 18 26 — 63 Blue Valley 24 15 13 20 — 72 St. Xavier — Holcomb 12, Todd 14, Strom 8. Lueck 8, Manns 10, Dresden 2, 5ommer 4, Mitvra3,Meseke2. Blue Valley-Randolph — Valentine 11, Downing 9, Francis 33, Peters 4, Chapman 5, Olson 10. Beloit 56, Smoky Valley 54 Beloit 16 15 8 17 — 56 SmokyValley 10 16 11 17 — 54 Beloit — Pierce 16. Marozas 11. Caldwell 7. Snedden 12. Weber4, Lindblad6. Smoky Valley — Ahlstedt 15, Loder S, Farley S, Torgenson 9, Nelson 15, Jader 5. Downs 58, Lucas-Luray 49 Lucas-Luray 19 13 8 18 — 49 Downs 19 11 5 14 — 58 Lucos-Luroy — Smith 6, Ward 22, Schulti 15, Naylor 10, Brown 5. Downs — Mertz 7. Streit 4. Arnold 6, True 13, Troy Rankin 4, Nick 14, Terry Rankin 1. Trinity 76, Little River 53 Trinity 17 20 12 21—76 LittleRiver 4 17 16 16 — 53 Trinity — Heimermon 9, Thompson 18, Rohr 12, Vecchiorelli 14, J.Christopherson 8, K.Christopherson4, Bouda6, Getting 5. Little River — Hubenett 11. Howkinson 9. Hays 6. Baldwin 4, John 8, Sneath 2, Myers 6, Wiord 6, Schroeder 1. Grinnell62,Tr!plains36 Grinnell 26 IS 13 8 — 62 Triplains 6 4 7 19 — 36 Grinned — Rueschoff 4, Zerr 8, Soeger 6, Holzmeister 1, Heier 20, Tholen 16, S.Baalman 2, D.Baalman 3. Ostmeyer 2. Triploins — Stramel 4, Smith 1, R.Siruta 3, Haremza 2, Russell 14, D.Siruta 2, Wright 10. Pike Valley 50, SJ-Belolt 44 SJ-Beloit 6 7 18 13 — 44 PikeVolley 8 15 10 17 — 50 St. John's-Beloit — Budke 16, Gengler 12, Eck2,Reiter6, Stover 8. Pike Volley — Stromberg 13. Burgess 1, Loring 11, M.Sothers 13. R.Sothers 1. Mah'm 9. Washington 4t>. Clifton-Clyde 45 Clifton-Clyde 6 15 12 12 — 45 Washington 8 12 15 11—46 Clifton-Clyde — Anderson 23, Bechard 12, Stenberg6, NewelU. Washington — Simnitt 13, Allen 12, Laflen 9. HubbarcU, Stigge4, Eaton 2. l'Ecuyer2. Hanover 72, Linn 50 Linn 12 11 12 15 — 50 Hanover 15 13 22 22 — 72 Linn — Savage 22, Bott 11, Wilkens 2, Damman 1, Hern 2, Oestereich 12. Hanover — Judd Hynek 12, Lohse 2, Jene Hynek 10, A.Hynek 6, Bruna 9, Feldkamp 15, Doeblel6,Wolenberg2. Burrton 74, Canton-Galva 32 Burrton 11 17 26 20 — 74 Canton-Galva 10 6 7 9 — 32 Burrton — Gundy 4, D.Bryant 18. Ratzlaff 4, Mitchell 5, A.Bryant 23, Stufflebeon 13, Hageman 2, Lane 1, Matlock 4. Canton-Galva — Dresher 4, Weins 7, Tripp 4, Buster4, Sipe7, Tiniley6. Jewell 46, Miltonvale 41 Miltonvale 8 8 10 15 — 41 Jewell 12 13 10 11—46 Miltonvale — Pfeifer 2, Moss 9. Vesterberg 2, Copple 6, Chartier 16, Revell 6. Jewell — Budke 12. Kershner 17, Kemmerer 6.Wheeler5.Bolte6. Minneapolis 61, Ellsworth 45 Ellsworth 12 7 12 14 — 45 Minneapolis .10 14 16 21—61 Ellsworth — Erbert 5, Doleial 2, Bighorn 12, Davis 8, R.McCreight 1. Snyder 17. Minneapolis — Gregg 2, M.Harris 18, Schur 3, Moreland 4, J.Allison 14, D.Allison 12, Clark 2, Shipley 6. Wakefteld52,Hope48 Wakefield 12 12 18 10 — 52 Hope 10 8 8 22 — 48 Wakefield — Adams 2, Patterson 18, Steppe 6, Fehlman 8, Sawyers 4, Wendelken 14. Hope — Shippy 12. Ryff 1, King 7, Coup 22, Kohman 3, Bryant 3. Natoma 50, Waconda East 23 WacondaEast 7 4 4 8 — 23 Natoma 14 12 12 12 — 50 Waconda East — Hurren 5, Terry 7 Duskie 7 Neisert4. Natoma — Eickhoff 2, Miller 8, Pfortmiller 2, Brad Ward 10, Brian Ward 18, Haberer 4, Hachmeister2, Dolven4. Tescott 61, Solomon 46 Solomon 6 12 8 20 — 46 Tescott 14 21 12 14 — 61 Solomon — White 12, Einhaus 13, Pettijohn4, CossaartS, Price 4, Rock 1, Jackson 2, Wilbur 4 Whelchel 1. Tescott — Haines 8, Berkley 4, Winters 6, Webb 6. Hofflinger 2, French 2, Weisel 6 Sanders 2. Stanley 3, Bitler 22. Wheatland 72, Cheylin 48 Cheylin 8 15 10 15 — 48 Wheatland 24 21 13 14 — 72 Cheylin — Bressler 8, Mclntosh 7, M.Waters 14, J.Wotersl7, Ketzner2. Wheatland — Sclensky 7, Dlnkell 2, Heinz 15 Kaiser 24, Haffner 4, Deges 2, Katt 8. No. Central 69, White Rock 52 North Central 20 18 17 14 — 69 WhiteRock 9 18 13 12 — 52 North Central — Grove 14, Graves 15 M.Miller 9, E.Miller 14, Morey 13, B.Livingston White Rock — Voboril 1, Beam 4, Hosting 14, Reiner! 11, Gorman 12, Silsby 8, May 2. Ellis51,WaKeeney46 WaKeeney 14 5 10 17 — 46 Ellis 12 9 13 17—51 WaKeeney — Riedel 22, Weber 9, Funk 6, Fabrizius 3, Mclntosh 2, Mai 2, Flax 2. Ellis — Hallagin 18, R.Honas 16, J.Augustine 11, Ashbaugh 4, I.Augustine 2. Colby 60, Goodland 55 Colby 17 15 13 15 — 60 Goodland 14 10 18 13 — 55 Colby — Livdahl 2, Mountford 22, Squibb 4, Malcolm 5, Lowe 23, Sweat 4. Goodland — Mull 14, Baum 2, Jamison 8 Brovillette 4, Pfau 14, Bussy 11, Brown 2. Abilene 67, Marysville 66 Abilene 19 17 16 15 — 67 Marysville 16 19 15 16 — 66 Abilene - Willey 9, Chindamp 2. Dicksan 8, Krenger 2, Whitehair 2. Stritz 23, Holmes 2, Sears2,Stroudl7. Marysville • Nagely 8, Frags! 2, Padden 23, Kraemer 13, Chaulk 14, Argo6.

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