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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Tuesday, January 14,1986 Page 10 Basketball NBA standings All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Allonllc Division W I Pet. GB Boston Philodelphio New Jersey Woshington New York Milwoukee Atlonlo Clevolond 16 21 .432 Detroit 16 21 .432 Chicogo 15 23 .395 10 Indiana 10 26 .278 14 .771 .649 .605 18 20 .474 13 24 .351 Central Division 26 14 .650 19 16 .543 4 5V, 10V, 15 Houston Denver San Antonio Dallas Utah Sacramento WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Pacific Division .676 .622 .538 .515 .462 .342 l.A. Lakers 29 6 .829 Portland 23 IB .561 9 Seattle 15 22 .405 15 Phoenix 14 21 .400 15 L.A. Clippers 12 27 .308 19 Golden State 12 28 .300 19',', Monday's Games New York 115. Sacromento 97 Washington 90. L.A. Clippers 77 Denver 119. Milwaukee 115 Phoenix 121, Son Antonio 98 Indiana at Golden Stole, (n). Dallas at Seattle, (n) Tuesday's Gomes . Philadelphia at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Sacramento at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Portland at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Washington at Chicago. 7:30 p.m. Utoh at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Phoenix at l.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores KNICKS 115, KINGS 97 Sacramento (97) Olberding 5-5 0-0 10. Tyler 3-8 2-2 8, Thompson 7-15 4.6 18, Theus 2-9 0-2 4, Woodson 8-155-621, Johnson 3-13 0-0 6. Kleine 0-0 3-43, Thorpe 2-6 1-25. Drew 280-04, Brotz 3-4 1-3 7. Kelley 3-5 0-0 6, Henry 2-3 0-05, Totals 40-91 16-25 97. New York (115) Cummings 4-9 0-0 8. Orr 4-10 2-2 10, Ewing 11-13 2-2 24. Sparrow 2-6 0-0 5. Tucker 5-7 0-0 10. Wilkins 7-12 1-2 15, Boiley 4-8 2-7 10. Walker 9-17 0-0 18, Grunfeld 2-5 0-1 5. Thornton 1-1 4-5 6. Cofield 2-3 0-0 4.Tolols 51 -91 11 -19 115. Sacramento 22 24 20 31— 97 NewYork 32 30 23 30-115 Three-point goals—Henry, Sparrow. Grunfeld. Fouled out—None. Rebounds— Sacramento 58 (Thompson 14), New York 50 (Ewing 10). Assists—Sacramento 21 (Theus 5). New York 31 (Sparrow 5). Total fouls—Sacramento 17, New York 23. Technical- s —Sacramento Coach Johnson. A—12,571. NUGGETS 119, BUCKS I IS Denver(119) English 16-24 10-13 42, Noll 9-19 5-5 23, Cooper 3-6 1-2 7, Dunn 2-6 2-2 6, Lever 2-9 0-0 4, Hanzlik 6-10 8-8 20, Schayes 1-1 1-13, Turner 4-8 0-0 8, Evans 3-8 0-0 6. Totals 46-91 27-31 119. Milwaukee (US) Cummings 13-29 2-3 28, Dovis 1-2 0-0 2, Breuer 1-5 2-2 4, Moncriel 9-15 11-12 29, Pressey 9-22 4-7 22, Lister 2-4 1-2 5. Fields 5-8 2-4 12, Pierce 1-8 8-10 10, Reynolds 0-3 1 -2 1, lamp 1 -1 0-0 2.Totals 42-9631-42115. Denver 24 34 34 25—119 Milwaukee 27 30 28 30—115 Fouled out —Lister. Rebounds—Denver 54 (Cooper 10), Milwaukee61 (Breuer 9). Assists—Denver 32 (Lever 11), Milwaukee 22 (Pressey 5). Total louls—Denver 31, Milwaukee 31. Tech- nicals—Milwaukee illegal defense. A—10,165. BULLETS 90. CLIPPERS 77 l.A. Clippers (77) Maxwell 6-9 3-5 15, White 5-123-3 13. Nimphius 5-94-814, M.Johnson 2-6 2-3 6, Nixon 2-10 0-0 4, Benjomin 4-11 3-511, Bridgeman 3-7 0-0 6. Cage 1-3 0-0 2, Edwards 2-7 0-0 4, Gordon 0-4 0-0 0, Bryant 1-10-02. Totals 31 -79 15-24 77. Washington (90) Jones 4-8 1 -2 9, Robinson 11 -26 3-325, Bol 1 -3 0-0 2, Bradley 1-41-2 3, Malone 315 0-0 6, Roundfield 6-10 7-10 19, McMillen 2-10 2-4 6. Williams 4-100-0 8, Wood 2-8 4-4 9. Daye 0-2 0-0 0, F.Williams 1-2 0-0 3.To)ols 35-98 18-25 90. l.A. Clippers 24 17 13 23-77 Washington 19 28 23 20—90 Three-point goals—Wood, F.Williams. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Los Angeles 67 (Benjamin 17), Washington 60 (Roundlield 13). Assists—Los Angeles 18 (Nixon 10), Woshington 18 (Wood 6). Total fouls—Los Angeles 20, Washington 18. A—5.109. College scores EAST Brown 68, Yale 65 Bucknell 89, Lycombing78 Charleston 117, W. Virginia St. 92 Concord 91, Bluefield 85 Duke 87, SI. Joseph's 66 Eastern 77, Lincoln 59 Fairfield7l,lehigh68 Farleigh Dickinson 76, St. Francis, Pa. 64 FDU-Madison 66, Kings Coll. 61 Hartford 68, Maine 61 Howard 79, S. Carolina St. 66 La Salle 89, Holy Cross 63 Loyola, Md. 66, St. Francis, N.Y. 64 Millersville 67, Bloomsburg 63 New Hampshire 84, St. Anselms 61 Niagara 89, Vermont 67 Northeastern 76, Tufts 52 NYU53,Widener50 Pitt-Johnstown 88. Slippery Rock 70 SI. Bonaventure 82, Rhode Island 81, OT Tn.-Chattanooga 64, Furman 61 VillonovooS, Connecticut 59 West Virginia 63, Penn St. 53 SOUTH Alabama St. 89. Prairie View 78 Ala.-Birmingham 77, South Alabama 64 Bellhaven 70. Tougaloo 56 Davidson 92. W. Carolina 71 E. Tennessee St. 75, Marshall 63 East Carolina 54. William A Mary 52 Florida ASM77, Paine71 Freed-Hardemon 74, Cumberland 73 George Mason 80. American U. 64 Georgia Col. 71. Berry 65 Jackson St. 74, Texas Southern 70 Louisiana St. 86, Mississippi 68 Louisville 59, S. Mississippi 54 Lowell 79, Florida Tech 73 Marquette 87, SW Louisiana 71 Middle Tennessee 61. Austin Peay 57 North Alabama 95, Jacksonville St. 90 Ogllerhorps 60, Kennesaw 55 Old Dominion 94, N.C.-Charlotte87 i Southern 81, Grambling St. 44 1 Southern Tech 91, Georgia SW 75 Tennessee Tech 78, Murray St. 53 Tenn.-Martin 78, Troy St. 75 Texas A8147. Flo. International 45 Union 76, Clinch Valley 62 Vo. Commonwealth 72, James Madison SI ValdoslaSt.B9,AlbanySt.82 Virginia St. 74, Longwood 72 West Georgia 101, Mississippi Coll. 86 MIDWEST Akron 85, Morehead SI. 75 Bradley 79. Dayton 77, OT Cincinnati Bible 65, Ohio Volley 63 1 ClevelondSt. 101, Ill.-Chicogo77 DePauw 65, Taylor 61, 2OT Detroit 75, Butler 73 Dickinson St. 87, Mary 77 E. Illinois 81. W. Illinois 68 Emporia St. 103, Bethany, Kan. 66 Eureka 93. Webster 78 Ferris St. 87, Soginow Volley St. 74 Franklin 78, Anderson 73 Grand Valley St. 95. Northwood 86 Illinois St. 35. Creighton34 Indiana SE 84. Ind.-Pur.-Indpls 71 LorasSl,Coe41 Marycresl 83, Graceland 66 Minn.-Dululh66, Northern St. 55 Mo. Baptist 65. Lincoln 61 Pork Coll. 71, Cent. Methodist 66 Rosary Coll. 79. Roosevelt 58 SE Missouri 66, Quincy 63 St. Francis, III. 69. Illinois Tech S3 St. Xovier 72. NE Illinois 61 Sterling 80, Kansas Weslleyan 65 SW Missouri 73, N.Iowa 65 Woshburn 83, Benedictine 70 Wis.-Green Bay 57, Valparaiso S3 Wright St. 67. Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 61 Xavier,Ohio7B. Loyolo. 111.75 Youngstown St. 75, E. Kentucky 69, 2OT SOUTHWEST Arkansas Tech 66. Ouachito 63, OT Ark.-Monticello 68. S. Arkansas 51 Cameron 86. Lubbock Christian 40 Cent. Arkansas 54. Arkansas Coll. 51 Central St., Oklo. 76, Oklahoma Baptist 63 Concordio Coll. 72, Liangs ton 66 Harding 88, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 78 Oral Roberts 76, Evonsville 64 Pan American 64. Houston Baptist 61 Paull Quinn 86, Wayland Baptist 78, OT Phillips 69. NE Oklahoma 68 Science S Arts, Okla. 68, Marymaunt 66. OT SE Oklahoma 68. Dallas Baptist 57 St. Louis 79. SW Texas St. 55 Texas-Arlington 69, Hardin-Simmons 66 Texas-San Antonio 76. St. Mary's, Texas 67 FARWEST Brighom Young 80. Notre Dame 76. OT Colorado Mines 63, E. New Mexico 57 N. Arizona 66, E. Washington 63 S.Colorado75. Western St. 67 WOMEN EAST Middlebury 45, Colby Sawyer 44 Morgan St. 86, N. Carolina AST 83 SOUTH Duke93.Clemson77 E. Tennessee St. 65. Marshall 61 Florida ASM 64, Paine 57 Florida Atlantic 75, Tompa 73, OT Furman 84, Coastal Carolina 66 Go. Southern 100, Georgia St. 94 Georgia Tech 73. Maryland 66 Jackson State 80. Texas Southern 62 Louisiana St. 58, Mississippi 57 Louisiana Tech 87. San Diego St. 43 McNeese St. 84, Tex.-Arlington 67 Middle Tenn. 73, Austin Peay 66 N. Carolina 81, Rodford 62 N.C.-Greensboro 76, Roanoke 61 N.C. Wilmington 73, Richmoond 57 Notre Dame 75, Marquette 42 Old Dominion B6, Miami 64 Tennessee 67, N. Carolina St. 65 Tennessee Tech 64, Murray St. 58 Tulane 89, Virginia Tech 77 Virginia 75, Rutgers 63 W. Carolina 76, N .C.-Asheville 71 MIDWEST Akron61.MoreheodSt. 60 DePaul 72. Chicogo St. 39 Northern Iowa 88, Loras 70 Youngstown St. 83, E. Kentucky 73 SOUTHWEST Boy lor 73, Wyoming 58 Oral Roberts 83, Oklahoma City 70 FARWEST Stanford 77. Utah 65 Women's poll The Top 30 collegiate women's basketball teams (through Jan. 12) as compiled by Mel Greenberg of The Philadelphia Inquirer on the votes of 60 coaches. First-place votes in parentheses, season's records and lost week's ranking. Points based on: 20-19-18-1716-15-14-13-13-11-10-9-8-7.6-5-4-3-3-1: Today's schedule I.Texas (60) 13-0 1200 1 2. Georgia 14-1 IIII 2 3. Louisiana Tech 12-1 1045 5 4. Virginia 14-0 1008 4 5. Southern Calif. 12-2 973 2 6. Western Kentucky 14-1 879 7 7. long Beach St. 10-2 812 6 S.Mississippi 13-3 785 8 9. Auburn 15-1 743 10 10. Louisiana St. 12-1 655 12 11. Oklahoma 12-1 553 13 12. Tennessee 11-3 483 II !3.Rutgers 11-1 436 18 14. Ohio St. 10-4 403 15 15. Penn St. 10-3 394 16 16. Iowa 9-3 294 17 17. N.Carolina St. 11-4 233 14 IS.NorthCarolina 9-4 163 19 19. Northeast la. 9-2 79 9 20. Duke 13-3 54 NAIA polls KANSAS CITY. Mo. (AP) — The top 30 teams in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics men's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records through games of Jon. 12, and total points: Record Pts l.Davdlpscmb.Tn. (28) 16-0 3. Oklahoma City (3) 12-1 3.Mo. Southern (I) ll-i 4. Wis.-Eau Claire 12-1 5. EMPORIA ST. 11-1 6. Francis Marion, S.C. 10-1 7. Birm.-Southern, Ala. 13-3 8. Cumberland, Ky. 13-1 9. Webber, Flo. 15-1 10. Wayland Baptst.Txs 13-3 11. St. Thomas Aqns, NY 17-3 13. Oklahoma Christian 14-2 13. Briar Cliff, lowo 12-3 14. Hawaii Pacific 16-7 IS.Biola.Calif. 13-2 16. Charleston, W.Va. 7-2 17. FORT HAYS ST. 11-3 18. WASHBURN 12-1 19. SaginawVI.St.,Mch. 9-3 20. Findloy, Ohio 14-1 607 551 548 513 455 410 397 396 358 340 273 231 215 204 180 159 119 110 89 62 Mo. Western Fort Hays State Washburn Emporia State Mo. Southern Pittsburg Stole Kearney State Wayne State W 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 12 11 13 12 11 8 6 4 TUESDAY, JANUARY U BASKETBALL Southeast of Saline at Sacred Heart. 8 p.m. Iowa State women at Kansas State, 7:30 p.m. Kansas women at Nebraska. 7:30 p.m. Southeast of Saline girls at Sacred Heart, 6:15 p.m. Topeka West at Salina Central girls. 6:45 p.m. Tuesday Pittsburg State at Missouri Southern, Missouri Western at Wayne State. Friday Emporio State at Pittsburg State, Missouri Western at Fort Hays State, Wayne Stole at Kearney State. Woshburn at Missouri Southern. Saturday Emporia State at Missouri Southern, Wayne State at Fort Hays State. Missouri Western at Kearney State, Washburn at Pittsburg State. KCAC standings MEN Leogue Overall Hockey NHL standings Kan.Wesleyan Bethany Tabor Sterling Friends Southwestern Bethel McPherson St. Mary-Plains Ottawa W 9 7 7 8 5 7 4 4 3 2 This Week's Games Monday Emporia State 103, Bethany 66; Sterling 80, Kansas Wesleyan 65. Tuesday St. Mary of the Plains at Tabor, Friends at Bethel. Wednesday Kansas Wesleyan at Ottawa, Sterling at Southwestern, Bethany at McPherson. Saturday Kansas Wesleyan at Bethel, Sterling at Ottawa, Southwestern at Tabor, McPherson at St. Mary of the Plains, Friends at McPherson. WOMEN League Friends Kan.Wesleyan Sterling St. Mary-Plains Bethany Southwestern McPherson Bethel Tabor Ottawa Overall W 9 7 7 9 7 6 5 3 2 2 This week's games Monday Emporia State 90, Bethany 88; Sterling 7), Kansas Wesleyan 59; Bartlesville Wesleyan 73, Ottawa 59. Tuesday St. Mary of the Plains at Tabor, Friends at Bethel. Wednesday Kansas Wesleyon at Ottawa, Sterling at Southwestern, Bethany at McPherson. Saturday Kansas Wesleyan at Bethel, Sterling at Ottawa, Southwestern at Tabor, McPherson at St. Mary of thePlains, Friends at McPherson. Independents MEN League Overall W L W L Marymount - - 11 10 Baker - - 4 10 Mid-America - - 411 Kansas Newman - - 6 15 Benedictine - - 2 14 St. John's - - 1 13 This Week's Schedule Monday USAO 68. Marymount 66 (ot), Washburn 82, Benedictine 70. Tuesday Fort Hays State at Kansas Newman, Rockhurst at Mid- America Nazarene. Thursday Baker at Mid-America Nazarene. Saturday Kansas Newman at Benedictine, Baker at Culver-Stockton, Mid- America Nazarene at Central Methodist. Overall W 13 6 4 3 1 0 WOMEN KANSAS CITY. Mo. (AP) _ The lop 20 teams in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics women's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records through games of Jon. 12. and total points: Record Pts 1. Wayland Baptst.Tx. (18) 15-1 554 2. Berry, Go. (7) 14-1 544 3. Francis Marion, S.C. (1) 10-1 459 4.Wingote, N.C. 11-1 451 5. Louisiana Coll. (2) 13-1 422 6. Carson-Newman, Tenn. 11-4 398 7. SW Oklahoma (1) 12-3 389 8. Arkansas Tech 11-1 364 9. Georgia SW 8-1 340 10. Campbell. N.C. 8-0 314 ll.Mo.-KansasCity 14-5 293 12. Tennessee Wesleyan 9-3 258 13. Defiance, Ohio 12-0 227 U.CIoflin.S.C. 7-1 190 15. Texas Wesleyan 9-5 157 16. Indiana Tech 9-4 131 17.SaginawVal.St..Mich. 9-3 126 18. Midland Lutheran, Neb. 7-3 91 19. Wis.-Green Bay 9-5 53 20. Missouri Southern 10-2 33 CSIC standings MEN Leogue Overall 72 WOMEN League W L Marymount Benedictine Mid-America Baker Kansas Newman • SJ-Winfield This Week's Games Monday Washburn 79, Benedictine (ot); Marymount 74, Baker 39. Wednesday Marymount at Phillips (Okla.). Thursday Baker at Mid-America Nazarene, Kansas Newman at St. John's-Winfield. Friday St. John's-Winfield at Ozark Christian. Saturday Baker at Culver-Stockton, Kansas Newman at Benedictine, Mid-America Nazarene at Central Methodist. Prep boys Prep girls All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division Phldlphio Woshngtn NY Isles Pillsbrgh NY Rangrs N Jersey W L 32 11 35 13 18 GF GA 198 163 170 163 150 151 127 135 153 163 145 191 15 18 30 18 31 14 25 Adams Division Quebec 25 15 2 52 Montreal 23 15 4 50 Boston 19 17 7 45 Hartford 31 19 1 43 Buffalo 19 18 5 43 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division Chicago 20 17 i 44 190 Si.Louis 18 16 6 43 Minnsto 16 18 7 39 Toronto 12 24 5 39 Detroit 9 39 5 33 Smythe Division Edmonln 31 9 4 66 Calgary 18 20 3 39 L Angeles 13 33 5 31 Vancouvr 13 35 5 31 Winnipeg 13 36 5 31 Monday's Games Edmonton 5, Boston 3 Toronto?. Detroit4 Tuesday's Gamut Winnipeg at Quebec, 6:35 p.m. New Jersey at Philadelphia, 6:35 p.m. Calgary at Washington, 6:35 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota. 7:35 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Vancouver, 9:35 p.m. 176 195 167 166 156 153 168 167 141 335 167 144 153 160 136 155 156 159 146 187 162 159 195 233 178 162 203 180 306 Soccer MISL standings Baltimore Minnesota Cleveland Pittsburgh Dallas Chicago All Times EST Eastern Division W L Pet. .579 .571 .550 .536 .458 .389 Western Division 13 6 .684 11 . 10 12 GB 1 3V, 3Vi 11 13 14 .579 .455 .450 .400 .391 San Diego Wichita St. Louis Kansas City Los Angeles Tocoma Sunday's Games Baltimore 3, Chicogo 0 Dallas 8, Minnesota 1 Monday's Games No gomes scheduled Tuesday's Game Wichita at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. Wednesday's Games Cleveland at Minnesota, 7:35 p.m. Baltimore at Tocoma. 9:35 p.m. 2 4V, 4V, 5V, 6 Golf OSBORNE 47, LINCOLN 45 Lincoln 4 19 7 15 — 45 Osborne 14 14 6 13 — 47 Lincoln — Rodtke 17, Holloway 15, Anderson 3, O'Bonnon 2, Matz 6, Pes- cador2. Osborne — M.Wolters 2. J.Wollers 18, Carswell 2, Daise 11, Goliadoy 4, Bales 8, Barn! 2. This Week's Schedule Monday Emporia State 103, Bethany 66: Washburn 82, Benedictine 70. Tuesday Fort Hays State at Kansas Newman, Hastings at Kearney State, Pittsburg State at Missouri Southern, Missouri Western at Wayne State. Friday Emporia State at Pittsburg State, Missouri Western at Fort Hays State, Wayne State at Kearney State, Washburn at Missouri Southern. Saturday Emporia State at Missouri Southern, Wayne State at Fort Hays Slate, Missouri Western at Kearney State, Washburn at Pittsburg State. WOMEN League Overall W L W I Kearney State 10 91 Mo.Western 10 83 Mo.Southern 00 10 2 Emporia State 00 75 Pittsburg State 00 75 Washburn 00 68 Fort Hays State 01 57 Wayne State 0 1 2 B This week's games •Monday Emporia State 90, Bethany 88; Washburn 79, Benedictine 72 (ot): Kearney State at Hastings. V LINCOLN 47, OSBORNE 37 Lincoln 12 8 7 20 —47 Osborne 8 7 13 9-37 Lincoln — Walker 9, Lyne 4, Byarloy 17, Bacon 9, Selfridge 2, VonAmverg 6. Osborne — Henke 8, Lomax 2, Sturgeon 8, Brummer 5, Deitz 14. EMPORIA W, PARSONS 53 Parsons 12 11 14 14 — 53 Emporia 10 12 22 7 — 56 Parsons — Phillips 5, Schmidt 2, Rector 4, Morgan 20, Piha 16, Bennett 6. Emporia — Bodkin 4, Hudson 9, Carlson 5, Quayle 18, J. Carlson 5, Anderson 4, Kuechenmeister 11. Prep scores BOYS Osborne 47, Lincoln 45 Webb City, Mo. 62, Parsons 58 GIRLS Lincoln 47, Osborne 37 Emporia 56, Parsons 53 Jr. high results BOYS SACRED HEART 34, SOLOMON 26 Socred Heart 3 8 14 11-36 Solomon 4 2 10 10-26 Sacred Heart — Denning 17, Hebert 6. Stiehem 5, Rundell 4, Hansmann 4. Solomon — Wilson 22, Avery 2, Jantz 2. B-Team — Sacred Heart 22, Solomon 10. GIRLS SACRED HEART 26, SOLOMON 20 Sacred Heart 8 8 4 6-26 Solomon 4 2 7 7 —20 Sacred Heart — Clark 15, Sibilla 4, Hermes 4, Burgardt 2, Stithem 1. Salomon — Troiano 7, Parmenter 5, Henderson 6, Sullivan 2. Futures scores BONITA SPRINGS. Flo. (AP) — First- round results Monday in the Futures Golf Tour's $15,000 Bonilo Bay-Futures Classic played on the 5,750-yard, por-72 Bonita Bay Club (a-denoles amateur): Marilyn Lovander . 35-35—70 Carol Slane 35-36—71 Julie Baxter 37-35—72 Linda Mescon 36-38—74 Diane long 39-36—75 BarbMucha 37-38—75 Nancy Taylor 35-40-75 Jan Kleiman 36-39—75 Gino Hull 37-38—75 TammieGreen 35-41—76 Jane Sirmons 37-39—76 Janice Gibson 37-40—77 Beverly New 41-36—77 Pom Allen 40-37—77 Lynda Brown 40-37—77 Cindy Booker 39-38—77 Doreen LaDonna 38-40—78 ClaireWaite 41-37—78 lisa DiProspero 39-39—78 Potty Grant 39-40—79 Patty Jordan 41-38—79 Cheryl Slocy 40-39—79 a-Vivian Booker 40-39—79 Wrestling Jr. High results JUNCTION CITY 59 ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 42 72 — Hassler, Rl, won by forfeit 76 — Maas, RL, won by forfeit 80 — Stuart, RL, won by forfeit 84—Double forfeit 88 — Walls, JC, won by forfeit 92 — Cunningham, JC, won by forfeit 96— Edmonson, JC, dec. Zurbek, 15-3 100 — Smith. RL, pinned Ries 105 — Montero, JC, pinned Brill 110 — Rolhlus, JC, pinned Olson 115 — Nubas, JC, pinned Headly 120 — Speilman, RL, pinned Holmes 127 — Sharp, RL, won by forfeit 133 - Kelley, JC, pinned Ball 138 — Youngblood, JC, pinnedTorry 145 — Curtis, JC, pinned James 154 — Farr. RL, won by forfeit HWT — Ores, JC, won by fall over Walker Recreation SRC scores Soilno Recreation Commission Monday's Basketball Results Over-30 league — Cruce Produce 68. Alley Gators 26; Southwestern Bell 79, NBA 53; Sweat Sox 77, Sandlot Rejects 54. Church League — First Covenant No. (1) 61, Grace Baptist No. (1) 42; Immanuel Lutheran 67, Church of the Cross 44; Emmanuel Foursquare 83, Trinity Lutheran 58. Etc. Transactions AUTO RACING DIGARO INC.—Signed Willy T. Ribbs to a multiyear contract with to drive exclusively on the NASCAR stock car circuit. PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY—Named Merle Makings director of marketing. BASEBALL Notional League CHICAGO CUBS-Acquired Mike Martin, catcher, from the Milwaukee Brewers lor Rick Rembielak, infielder, and Larry Whitford, pitcher. FOOTBALL National Football League KANSAS CITY CHIEFS-Named Walt Corey, defensive coordinator. Unllxl Stales Football L»ogu« ARIZONA OUTLAWS—Re-signed Gerry Sullivan, center, and Dallon Reed, cornerback to contracts. HOCKEY National Hockey League MONTREAL CANADIENS—Signed Mats Noslund, left-wing, to a three year contract. COLLEGE ARIZONA STATE—Temporarily suspended Chris Sandle, forward. Dismissed Jon Taylor, center, from the basketball team. TEXAS—Named Bill Michael, assistant football coach. f The Why Bother Super Bowl'? Analysis By DAVE GOLDBERG AP Football Writer It's starting out as the Why Bother Super Bowl. As in why bother to play it when the National Football League can just declare the Chicago Bears the champion? No sooner had the New England Patriots followed Chicago's 24-0 shutout of the Los Angeles Rams by upsetting the Miami Dolphins 31-14 Sunday than the predictions about the Jan. 26 title game in New Orleans started rolling in. Sixteen-three Bears, "in a very boring game," predicted a Miami television analyst. Twenty-four- seven Bears predicted a respected national football writer. That may be a bit premature, particularly since for only the third time in 20 years, both teams are playing in their first Super Bowls, a particularly disorienting experience for a lot of players. The Bears, 15-1 in the regular season, have long since been anointed as the National Football League's best team. They solidified that position by becoming the first team ever to register two straight shutouts in the playoffs — 21-0 over the New York Giants, then Sunday's whitewash of the Rams. But while everyone's been eyeing the Bears, the Patriots have quietly snuck up on people, winning 12 of their last 14, including three road victories in the playoffs. Their only losses in the last three months were by 1613 to the New York Jets in overtime and 30-27 in Miami, losses they avenged in the playoffs. They beat the Raiders at the Los Angeles Coliseum a week ago, then ended an eight-game Miami winning streak and their own 18-game losing streak at the Orange Bowl — giving them quality road victories over quality teams in games in which their season was on the line. "Jimmy The Greek will give us no chance," New England running back Craig James said after Sunday's game, talking about the television pundit. "Last week, when we played the Raiders, Lester Hayes said 'two chances, slim and none.' I hope Jimmy the Greek picks us to lose by 15." In fact, with a few exceptions, the Pats match up pretty well with the Bears, who beat them 20-7 in Chicago the second week of the season. But that game came when New England coach Raymond Berry was still experimenting with his lineup. Even if they don't play a flashy defense like the Bears' "46;" even if they don't have Refrigerators and punk quarterbacks; even if they have no rock videos, they still do a lot of the same things — like force turnovers. New England is one of the fee NFL teams that practice recovering fumbles and it shows. In their three playoff wins, the Pats took the ball away from three good teams 16 times and coughed it up just five, a ratio that if projected over a full season would be an astounding plus-60. The Bears led the NFL this year with a plus-23 ratio. "I think in order to beat the Bears, New England has got to keep doing what it's been doing and that's causing a lot of urnovers," says Miami coach Don Shula, whose team handed Chicago its only loss because Dan Marino was able to beat the pass rush and pick apart their secondary. "The Bears are an outstanding defensive team. They're not going to let a team run on them like New England ran on us." True enough. The Patriots, wlro ran for 255 yards on the Dolphins Sunday, were held to just 27 in their September game in Chicago and the Bears limited Eric Dickerson and the Rams to 86. In fact, Los Angeles was held to just nine first downs and 130 yards overall. But the Patriots also have one of the NFL's best offensive lines, anchored on the left side by guard John Hannah, an all-time All-Pro and tackle Brian Holloway, who's been selected for three Pro Bowls in five seasons. If they protect Tony Eason as well as the Los Angeles line protected Dieter Brock Sunday (three sacks), Eason should be able to do more than Brock's 10 of 31 for 66 yards, particularly in the windless New Orleans Superdome. The New England defense, anchored by outside linebackers Andre Tippett and Don Blackmon, con- erback Raymond Clayborn and free safety Fred Marion, isn't as intimidating as the Bears. But it compares well to the solid defenses of the Giants and Rams, who held Chicago pretty well until the inability of their offenses to move wore them down. This is not to say New England will win or even keep it close. While Eason throws better than Brock, his lack of experience could well be the difference. In that early loss to the Bears he was 15 of 35 for 234 yards with three interceptions and 90 of the yards came on one fourth-quarter pass to James that accounted for the only New England touchdown. But as Rams coach John Robinson said of the Bears: "I think they have to win the next game before they can be considered a great team." (Continued from Page 9) about it, but it's like the Olympic hockey team," Landis said. "When a group of men get together and try hard and decide they're going to do it ... these kids now think that they can do it, and that's the big difference between this squad and last year's. "There's no question we don't have the talent they have and the depth they have. We don't have as much talent as we had last year," said Landis, whose Warriors were just 717 last season but are 84 this campaign. "But when you hold a team like Wesleyan to 65 points, you've played some good defense. That's as much as you could ask for. It's a heck of an effort." Landis then paid special tribute to the effort of his best defender, 6-4 junior Robert Riggs. The Sterling native did plenty more than play sticky defense, though, sinking 10-of-15 shots en route to 24 points and leading the Warriors with eight rebounds. Riggs rallied the Warriors from a 23-18 deficit to a 31-25 lead 3:40 before the intermission. Connecting with deadly accuracy from the baseline and deep corner, Riggs then extended the Warriors' lead to 43-32 less than three minutes into the second half. The Warriors were never headed after that, though a three-minute scoring lapse allowed Wesleyan to creep back to 61-56 with 5:09 remaining. However, the Coyotes squandered opportunities to further whittle the margin by misfiring on three straight free throws. Warrior play-maker Mike Brandt fed Loren Dalton underneath to halt the Wesleyan run. Then Brandt buried a jumper and two free throws to restore the Warriors' double-digit lead at 67-56 with 3:15 remaining. Tiller, whose Coyotes were outscored 24-7 at the line, was then whistled for a technical foul and the verdict was all but sealed. David Frederick, 8-of-14 from the perimeter, paced Wesleyan with 16 points. Russ Pleiman, a 6-8 senior who was the KCAC's player of the week last week, got untracked in the second half to tally 13 of his 15 points. Pleiman sat all but four minutes of the first half after drawing two fouls in the opening three minutes. The Coyotes return to action Wednesday when they travel to Ottawa for their third of four straight road contests. (Continued from Page 9) mark. '. Hamilton and USAO's 6-11 center: — Herb Blunt — scored six points apiece in the first 3:54 of the overtime session. Hamilton's two free throws with :36 remaining got the: game tied at 66. USAO then, went for the final shot and Kirby took a 20-foot baseline jumper. His shot rimmed out but Ben Smith was whistled for a foul after the shot. "We couldn't get a call at the end but that's road games," Pratt said. "We did a good job on defense (on Kirby's final shot) but we did a poor job of fouling. You just can't foul a jump shooter in that situation." Two timeouts later, Kirby made his free throws to give USAO its first victory in seven outings. The Drovers, who dropped a 77-76 decision to Marymount in Salina earlier this season, now own a 6-9 record. Hamilton was joined in double figures by Smith, who scored 15 points, parson scored 25 to pace USAO. Marymount will be idle for two weeks before the Spartans travel to Colorado to meet Metro State for a pair of contests. Sterling women drop KW, 71-59 STERLING — Sterling's women shook off two Kansas Wesleyan charges in the second half Monday night to defeat the Coyotes, 71-59, in a Kansas Conference game. The defeat was the second in three days for Kansas Wesleyan and dropped it to 4-2 in the KCAC and 7-2 overall. Sterling is now 4-2 in the KCAC and 7-3 overall. After trailing, 35-30, at halftime, KW got back to within two at 37-35 on a basket in the lane by Renae Rensberger 2:10 into the second half. The Warriors didn't give KW a chance to tie the game as they went on an 8-0 scoring run over the next 1:45 to take a 45-35 lead with 15 minutes left in the game. The Coyotes rallied again, though, and pulled to within two (47-45) on a bucket from the left wing by Michele Marostica with 10 minutes left in the game. Kansas Wesleyan would never get closer than two, however. Sterling built its lead to six and took advan- tage of KW turnovers and fouls in the last four minutes to build a 15-point lead at in the final minute. Three- point plays by Heidi Vanertol and Lori Ohmes gae the Warriors a 70-55 lead with 29 seconds left in the game. "We didn't sustain our intensity," said KW head coach Tracy Rietzke. "We got back down by two points but instead of really going after it, we kind of backed off and said, 'we're back in it so we'll catch our breath.'" Stacey Zavesky led Sterling with 18 points (8-of-ll shooting) and seven rebounds. Ohmes and Vanertol had 14 and 13 points respectively. Rensberger led the KW attack with 13 points. Marostica had 11 points. The Coyotes again didn't shoot the ball well. After a poor shooting performance in its loss to Friends last Saturday, KW hit just 24 of 59 shots Monday night. "Our perimeter people didn't shoot the shot when they had it," Rietzke said. "I think we lost a little confidence and started thinking about our last game (with Friends), and you can't carry that over. Our reluctance to shoot from the perimeter let them gamble on defense. "You can't go on the road and play 80 percent," Rietzke said. "Against good teams, you got to play a little better than that, especially on the road. Sterling's a good team, but we; gave them some things we shouldn't have." Kansas Wesleyan will be back in action Wednesday night at 6 p.m. at Ottawa. KANSAS WESLEYEN (59) ', Brown 2-8 2-2 6, Vargocko 0-3 4-4 4, Rensberger 6-15 1-2 13, Marostica 5-11 1-2 11, Warren 2-4 1-4 5, Larson 3-5 0-0 6, Gaxiola 2-5 2-2 6, Waler 1-3 0-0 2, Dowell 3-5 0-0 6. TOTALS 24-5911-1659. STERLING (71) Vanertol 5-7 3-4 13, Self 3-10 1-2 7, Zavesky 8-11 2-418, Ohmes 5-6 4-5 14, Hamilton 4-14 0-Q 8, Oenogean 2-4 2-2 6, Schwindt 2-4 0-0 4, Robson 0-0 1 -2 1, Wilson 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 29-56 13-1971. HALFTIME — Sterling 35, KW 30. TOTAL FOULS — Kansas Wesleyan 23, Sterling 14. FOULED OUT — Rensberger. REBOUNDS — KW 40 (Rensberger 11, Marostica 9), Sterling 26 (Zavesky 7). TURNOVERS — KW 20, Sterling 17. ESU women outscore Swedes, 90-88 EMPORIA — Some costly Bethany turnovers in the last few minutes of the game enabled Emporia State's women to rally past the Swedes, 9088, Monday night in White Auditorium. Bethany, 7-6, held a 44-41 halftime lead in the offensive battle. The Swedes managed to cling to that three-point lead much of the second half before self-destructing with turnovers in the closing moments. The Hornets built a seven-point lead before Bethany regained some control. By then, however, it was too late. Bethany got as close as four before getting a token basket at the buzzer. Jenny Wilson led Bethany with 24 points. Daneen Brison added 18, Jody Giggy 14 and Lori Dunker 12. Carolyn Richard poured in a game- high 28 points to lead Emporia State. Denise Dawson added 16 and Deanna Huber 14 for the Hornets. Emporia State actually won the game from the free throw line. The Hornets were 22 of 31 from the line compared to 4 of 8 for Bethany. The Swedes will play at McPherson Wednesday night. BETHANY (88) Schultz40-l 8, PutereboughSO-1 10, Brison9 0-0 18, Green 1 0-02, SheaOO-1 0, Dunker60-0 12, Giggy 6 2-3 14, Wilson 11 2-2 24. TOTALS 42 4-8 88. EMPORIA STATE (10) Payne 20-04, Wilkinson I 0-0 2. Wedel 5 0-0 10. Huber 46-814, Richard 11 6-7 28, Heideman 1 0-0 2, Windle 3 4-8 10, Salava 1 2-2 4 Dawson 64-6 16. TOTALS 34 22-31 90. HALFTIME — Bethany 44. Emporia State 41. TOTAL FOULS — Bethany 22, Emporia State 14. FOULED OUT — None. TECHNICAL FOULS — Wilson (BC). - i

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