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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Thursday, January 16,1986 Page 12 Basketball NBA standings All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Arlontic Division Boston Philodelphio New Jersey Woshington . New York Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana W 8 14 16 20 24 15 I Prt. .778 .641 .600 .487 10 .368 Central Division 26 14 .650 20 16 .5S6 21 22 25 28 CB 4'i 6 17 16 15 10 .447 .421 .375 .263 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midw.lt Division Houston Denver Son Anton Dallas Utah Sacramento LA. lakers Portland Seattle Phoenix Golden Slate L.A. Clippers 26 23 21 16 19 13 Pacific Diviiion 30 25 15 14 13 12 .667 .605 .525 .514 .475 .333 .833 .581 .395 .389 .317 .308 Tuesday's Gomes Philadelphia 123, New Jersey 105 Atlanta 115, Sacramento 104 Portland 120. Cleveland 108 Washington 117, Chicago 113 Utah 105, Houston 102 LA. Lakers 143, Phoenix 122 Wednesday's Garnet Boston 123. Denver IX New Jersey 123, Philadelphia 89 Detroit 123. Chicago 115 Portland 109 Indiana 104 New fork 116. Dallas 112 Houston 119, San Antonio 113 " Seattle at L. A. Clippers (n) Utah ot Golden State (n} Thursday's Games Cleveland at Atlanta. 6:30 p.m. Washington at Milwaukee. 7:30 p.m. LA. Clippers at LA. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores CELTICS 123. NUGGETS 100 Denver (100) ' English 10-20 2-2 22. Natt 5-13 0-0 10. Cooper 5-11 0-0 10. Lever 7-16 0-0 14, Dunn 3-7 0-0 6. Schayes 3-7 5-6 11. Hanzlik 6-11 4-6 17, Turner 1-6 0-0 2, Evans 3-9 0-0 6, Rasmussen 0-2 0-0 0, Williams 0-2 0-0 0. White 1 -1 0-0 2. Totals 44.10511-14100. Boston (123) McHalel4.195-633. Bird 11-16 1-1 24, Parish 5-11 3-4 13, Johnson 4-11 1-2 9, Ainge 7-17 2-2 16. Sichting 6-9 0-0 12, Walton 1-4 0-0 2, Carlisle 1-2 0-0 2, Wedman 3-7 0-0 6, Thirdkill 3-4 0-2 6, KiteO.lO-OO.Totals 55-101 12-17 123. , Deiver 34 29 15 22-100 = Botton 33 30 28 32-123 Three-point goals—Honzlik, Bird. FouJed out—None. Rebounds—Denver 51 (Dunn, Cooper 8), Boston 64 (Bird 14). Assists—Denver 20 (English 7), Boston 41 ^(Bird 9). Totol fouls—Denver 15. .' Boston 17. Technical—Denver illegal , defense. A-14,890. ', 1 BLAZERS 109, PACERS 104 . Portland (109) Thompson 9-17 4-7 22. Vandeweghe 1M9 9-9 31. Jones 1 -5 4-4 6, Colter 4-11 0-0 6. Drexler 7-17 3-517, Johnson 1-2 00 2, Kersey 5-8 2-412, Porter 3-7 5-511. • 70101541.8627.34109. >d|ona (104) "T.' Anderson 8-11 1-217. Tisdale 11-250-2 22,Stipanovich4-132-3 10, Fleming 7-11 •10-13 24, Richardson 4-10 0-0 8, Martini- 2 0-0 2. Kellogg 5-16 3-4 13. Garnett 1-3 -0-0 2 Slansbury 1-3 2-2 4. Gray 1-2 0-0 •-2 Totals 43-96 18-26 104. 'Portland 28 23 26 32-109 rindiana 26 28 19 31-104 .- Fouled out — None. Rebound. s_Portland SO (Jones 10), Indiana 63 • (Tisdale 12). Assists—Portland 27 ' (Drexler 13), Indiana 30 (Richardson 7). » tqtal fouls—Portland 23, Indiana 27. i Technical—Portland illegal defense. • A<-7,220. ] PISTONS 123, BULLS 115 • Chlcago(llS) Woolridge 7-11 5-7 19, Green 6-20 5-6 17. Smrek 1-4 1-2 3, Gervin 11-19 5-5 27, Macy 6-100-0 13, Paxson 1 -1 0-0 2, Banks • 5-7 3-3 13, Conine 1-7 0-0 2, Oakley 2-2 1 0-04 Doiley7.11 1-2 15. Totals 47-9220" 25115. Detroit (123) rfripucka 3-7 2-2 8, Mahorn 3-4 0-0 6, lalmbeer 1007 4-7 24, Long 3-9 0-0 7, Thomas 12-19 4-4 28, Curelon 1-3 0-0 2, "-. Johnson 7.15 1-1 15, Dumars 7-10 1-1 15, • Campbell 5-8 2-2 12. Nevilt 1-1 0-2 2. Benson 2-40-04.Tolals 54-97 14-19 123. Chicago 32 30 29 24-115 Detroit 37 31 26 29-123 Three-point goals—Macy. Long. " Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 1 54 (Green 14), Detroit 44 (Laimbeer 11). • Assists— Chicago 25 (Mocy 10). Detroit . 33 (Thomas 12). Total fouls—Chicago 21. ' Detroit 18. Technicals—Detroit illegal ' defense 2. A-10,350. ROCKETS 119, SPURS 113 Houlton(119) McOay 1-2 0-0 2. Sampson 12-15 6-9 30, Olajuwon 6-11 3-5 15, Lucas 9-18 7-9 28, Lloyd 4.14 0-1 8, Reid 7-15 1-2 15, Wiggins 4-6 0-3 8. Petersen 0-1 2-2 2, .• Leavell 3-7 5-611. Totals 46-89 24-37 119. •-Son-Antonio (113) "• "Greenwood 0-2 0-0 0, Mitchell 8-18 3-3 .- Bucknell79.D«lowore75 Canisius 64. Maine 57 Carnegie Mellon 64. John Corrol I 58 Clarion 63 Slippery Rock 60 C.W. Post 62. Queens Coll. 52 Drexel90,Hofstra88.0T Fairfield46.St.Peters44 Fairmont 93. W. Vo. Wesleyon 90 Georgetown 73. Syracuse 70 Grove City 71. Wash. S Jeff. 66 Indiana. Po. 63. Edinboro 54 Juniota 100. Lebanon Valley 69 Kings, N.Y. 80, Susquehonno 78 Lycoming 71. Elizobethtown 65 Merrimock 92. Bentley 74 Moravian 51. Drew 37 Muhlenberg 81 Gettysburg 70 Navy 71. Lafayette 56 New Ha>en 87. Lowell 71 Niagara 74. St. Bonoventure 67 Northeastern 55. Army 49 Pace 98. Mercy 80 Phila. Textile74. Shippensberg72 Pitt.-Bradford 72, Houghton 60 Shepherd 86, Solem, W. Va. 80 Springfield 73. Bryant 50 St. Johns 74. Seton Hall 58 St. Josephs. Maine 88. Maine Maritime 30 St. Rose 82. Oneonta St. 66 Stolen Island 98, Boruch 96 Thiel 84. Bethany 78 TowsonSt.73.Rider62 Union, N.Y. 63. Middlebury 64 Ursinus64 HaverfordSl W. Virginia St. 110. Glenvitte St. B9 W. Virginia Tech 86. Concord 77 Wagner 81, Monmouth. N, J. 71 Waynesburg 84. LaRoche 66 Webber 112, Rhode Island Coll. 92 Wheeling 79. Davis S Elkins 67 Widener 62. Swarthmore42 Wm Poterson88, Romopo79 SOUTH Augusta Coll. 80, Georgia St. 78 Averelt 65, St. Andrew's 63 Berry 65. Southern Tech 62 Centre 71. Thomas More 70 Claflin 61, Francis Morion 57. OT Clark. Ga. 86, Fort Volley St. 70 Coker 83. Morris 70 Coppin St. 70. Bethune-Cookman 62 E. Kentucky 70. Clinch Valley 60 Eckerd 84, Fla. Southern73 Elon 87. High Point 77 Emory S Henry 94, King. Tenn. 84 Florida lech 86, Rollins 75 Georgia 89, Florida 69 Georgia SW 79, Kennesaw 66 Hampden-Sydney 69, Shenandoah 63 Kentucky 64, Mississippi St. 52 Louisville 85. Florida St. 64 Lynchburg 66, Greensboro 62 Middle Tennessee 132. Alabama St 101 Ml. St. Mary's., Md. 70, Pitt. Johnstown 56 N. Carolina St. 60, Clemson 57 N.C.-Asheville68, Milligon66 N.C.-GreensboroSO. Methodist 59 New Orleans 81. S. Mississippi 69 Nicholls St. 81. Texas Southern 68 Oglethorpe96, Piedmont 83 Old Dominion 75, William & Mory 44 Presbyterian 74, Newberry 54 Randolph-Macon 60, Longwood 56 Richmond 74, Radford 52 Samford 74, Austin Peay 72 Vanderbilt 60, Tennessee 59 Virginia Tech 73, James Madison 65 MIDWEST Ball St. 77, Ohio U. 73 Bowling Green 73, E. Michigan 72 Calvin 70. Alma 60 Cent. Michigan 79, Toledo 65 Cent. Missouri 79, NW Missouri 72 Cleveland St. 90, DePaul 75 Defiance 100. BluHlon 77 Depauw87.Wabash69 Dordt73, Westmar65 Drury89. Avila59 Findlay 73, Manchester 52 Heidelberg 58, Baldwin-Wallace 54 Huron 83, Ml. Mercy 73 Indiana 69. Ohio St. 66 lnd.-Pur.-lndpls.72, Franklin 70 Iowa St. 77, Kansas St. 73 Kansas 81, Nebraska 70 Kansas Wesleyon 56, Ottawa 54 Mocalester66, Concordia, Moor. 64 Memphis St. 89, Cincinnati 71 Miami, Ohio 58, Kent St. 51 Mo.-St.Louis79,Mo..Rollo73 Muskingum 57, Capitol 49 Ohio Wesleyan 73, Wooster 66 Rockford 91, Carthage 77 St. Olaf 64. St. John's, Minn. 61 Trinity 73, Concordia. 111.72, OT W. Michigan82, N. Illinois76 Wilmington, Ohio77, Hanover 72 Wittenberg 40, Ohio Northern 32 Wright St. 117, Marion 81 SOUTHWEST Cent. St., Okla.77, Cameron 66 Today's schedule THURSDAY. JAN. 16 BASKETBALL Junction City ot Solino Central girls, 7:45 p.m. WRESTLING Solino Central at Topeka Seaman triangular. 3:30 p.m. Junction City ot Salina South, 6:30 p.m. Minneapolis 58. Smoky Valley 52 Montezumo75, Copelond 57 MullinvilleSl Protection it Natomo 57 Wilson 55 Neodesha 76. Cherryvale 64 Nickerson60.RoseHiH53 North Central 101 St. John s Beloit 67 Olcthe North W. Ottawa ii Oxford 58. Conwoy Springs 54 Pawnee Heights 47. Jetmore 45 Peobody 57 Inman 45 Pittsburg-Colgon 59. SE-Cherokee 46 Pittsburgh, Coffeyville67 Ploinville70. LogonS4 Pratt76 Chaparral 4! Ransom 45. Uttico 36 Remington 72. Moundridge 70 30T Royol Valley 67. Jefferson West 48 SE Saline 57, Sacred Heart 52 Sobetho62,Holton60 SantoFe65,Oeertield42 Savior ol the World 33. Mclouth 32 Sedan 61, Coney 49 Shawnee Mission North 40. Shawnee Mission Northwest 35 Silver lake 48. Mission Valley 45 South Barber 64. Prott-Skyline 50 Tescott 51, Miltonvale 43 Thoyer55.St.Poul51 Tongonoxie47. Kansas City-Piper 46 Topeko West 42. Topeko-Hoyden 37 Ulysses 62, Scott City 59 Valley Heights 69. Washington 56 Volley Foils 61, Oskoloosa 42. Victoria 52, Russell 38 Wabaunsee 66, Osoge City 41 Woverly47.0lpe39 Weskon 85, Tri Plains 40 Wichita North 69, Wichita West 57 Wichita fast =7, Wichita Northwest 56 Wichita South 75, Wichita Carroll 64 Wichita Kopaun 67, Wichita Heights 63 Williamsburg68. Crest 34 Winfield55,EIDorado38 50 free - 1. lavid. WH, 24.31: 2. O Keefe. WH. 24.47: 3. Kuhn. SC. 25.63. Diving — 1. Hall. SC, 157.50: 2. Oakes. SC. U6.45:3. Welbom. WH, 86.45. 100 lly — 1, Dreifort, WH. V.00.25: 2. Von Meter. SC, 1:01.74: 3. Bedinger. SC, 1:05.60. 100 free — 1. O'Keefe. WH. 54.73: 2. Ellsworth WH. 55.88: 3. Edwards. SC. 56.22. 500 free — I. Goureau. SC, 5:21.00; 2. Aarsen. WH 5:48.14: 3. Burl, SC. SC. 6:21.48. 100 bock — 1. Edwards. SC, 1:05.04: 2. Davidson, SC. 1:08.16: 3. McCutcheon. WH. 1:17.58. 100 breast - 1. Wolf. SC, 1:09.23: 2. Conn. WH, 1:19.37: 3. Van Meter, SC. 1:14.72. 400 free relay — 1. Wichita Heights, 3:39.94; 2. Wichita Heights, 3. Solino Central (Strait, Evans, Goureau, Davidson), 3:52.42. Golf Concordia, Texas 79, Texas Lutheran 73 «s3.U. Robertson 13-20 5-6 31. Higgins 3-4 ••2-28, Sundvold 6-103-416, Hughes 1 -2 0•0 2, Cook 1-1 0-0 2, lovoroni 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 47-75 18-23 113. Houston 30373022-119 San Antonio 31 29 31 22-113 Three-point goals—Lucas 3, Sundvold. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Houston 51 (Olajuwon 11), San Antonio 38 (Gilmore, Robertson 8). Assist's—Houston 35 (Lucas 9). San Antonio 32 ^(Robertson 10). Total fouls—Houston 21, !^.San Antonio 24. Technicals—San An.:: tonio illegal defense 4, Reid, Ola|uwon. •A-9.398. KNICKS 116, MAVERICKS 112 New York (116) Bailey 5-8 1-1 11, Orr 7-12 2-4 16, Ewing 12-25 1-325, Sparrow 9-11 0-018, Tucker 1-7 0-0 2, Walker 6-13 2-2 14, Thornton 3-5 0-0 6, Grunfeld 2-3 1-1 5, Wilkins 8-14 3-5 19. Totals 53-98 10-16 116. Dallas(112) ..Aguirre 8-16 6-9 22, Perkins 7-17 3-4 17, Donaldson 2-4 7-811, Davis 3-6 2-2 8, 1 Blockman 603 17-18 29, Harper 6-9 2-2 14. Vincent 2-7 6-6 10, Ellis 0-4 0-0 0, Schrempf 0-1 0-00, Blab0-0 1-2 l.Totals 34-7744-51 112. New York 19 34 27 36—116 Dallas 31 22 28 31-112 ' Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New .York 48 (Tucker 8), Dallas 53 (Perkins 13). Assists—New York 34 (Walker 9), Dallas 20 (Harper 5). Total fouls—New York 35. Dallas 18. Technical,s—Thornton, Dallas Cooch Motto 2 (ejected). A-17,007. NETS 123, SIXERS B9 'New Jersey (123) Williams 8-14 2-2 18, King 5-14 0-0 10. Gminski I -5 2-2 4, Birdsong 13-15 1-2 27, Cook 5-16 3-4 13, Dowkins 8-10 1-2 17, Ransey 1-3 2-2 4, M.Johnsan 4-8 3-4 II, P'Koren 4-4 0-0 10. Cottage 2-3 0-0 5, lurner 2-3 0-04. Totals 53-9514-1B123. Philadelphia (19) Jones 3-7 2-3 8, C.Johnson 6-9 0-0 12, Molone 4-11 4-6 12, Erving 5-16 1-2 11, Cheeks 5-14 7-8 17, Threat! 6-14 2-2 14, Catledge 2-5 0-2 4, Moss 2-9 2-2 6, Slakes 1-21-2 3. Green I -30-02. Totals 35-90 192789. New Jersey 26 31 22 44-123 Philadelphia 24 20 24 21— 19 Three-point goals—O'Koren 2. Cat„. jage. Fouled out—None. Rebound*•„ t— New Jersey 50 (Williams 12), Phil™ odelphia 42 (Malone 13). Assists—New '- jersey 34 (Cook 15). Philadelphia IB £ [Cheeks 8). Total fouls- New Jersey 22. • 1 Philadelphia 19. Technical—New Jersey -illegal defense. A-15.373. 'College scores "-•• EAST '"" ilderson-Broaddus 67, West Liberty 66 „. Assumption 71, Stonehill 60 I Boston U. 59, Hartford 56 Houston 87, Arkansas 85, OT Rice 93, Sul Ross St. 50 Sam Houston 78, Alcorn 65 Texas ASM 55. Texas 54 Texas Christian 63. So. Methodist 54 Texas Tech 62. Baylor 48 College women STERLING 70, SOUTHWESTERN 49 Sterling (70) Kirkwood 0 2-2 2, Robson 1 0-0 2. Vanderpool 5 6-7 16, Self 0 4-4 4, Zavesky 7 0-1 14, Ohmes 7 0-1 14, Hamilton 4 0-1 8. Schwindt 1 0-0 2, Denogean 3 2-4 8. Totals 28 14-20 70. Southwestern (49) Brenner 1 8-9 10, McPhail 4 0-1 8, Zanarid 1 0-0 2, Green 64-716, Wossord 10-22, Collins 41-29. Totals 18 13-21 49. HALFTIME — Sterliong 31. Southwestern 18. TOTAL FOULS — Sterlin 19, Southwestern 20. FOULED OUT — Ohmes (Sterling). Wedd (Southwestern). TECHNICAL FOUL — Sterling bench (2). Prep scores TUESDAY'S SCORES BOYS Andole 54, Wellington 43 Attico 58, Wichita Christian Challenge • GIRLS Andole 62, Wellington 52 Ashland 70, Mineolo 32 Attica 55, Christian Challenge 29 Augusta 53, Andover 37 Boileyville39,Axtell26 Bozine 57, Gorham 44 Bennington 64, Glasco 39 Bern 31, ToblerocV. Neb., 28 Brewster76,Healy33 Burrton 79, Central Christian 28 Coney 58. Sedan 20 Chaparral 56, Pratt 29 Cheney 50, Norwich 46 Cherryvale 58, Neodesha 40 Circle 59, Kingmon 49 Clearwater 50, Goddord 33 Clifton-Clyde 33. Hanover 25 CoHeyville61.Pittsburg33 Columbus 51, Chetopo 36 Concordia 55, Clay Center 27 Council Grove 56, Centre 35 Cunningham 52, Havilond 20 Deerfield44, Montezuma30 Douglass 39, Udall 38 Effingham 51, Hiawatha 49 OT Ellsworth 52. Beloit 18 Emporio 53. Topeka Seaman 51 Erie 61, Arma-Northeast 25 Eudoro 53. Lutheran 49 Foirlield74.Sl.John39 Frankfort 46, Centralia 33 Fredonia47, Eureka38 Golden Plains 38, Oberlin 27 Grinnell53. Quinter39 Hartford 64, Modison 59 Haven55,Halsteod37 Hesston 63. Lyons 56 Hillsboro55,Sedgwick36 Hope61,EU-Soline30 Hutchison-Trinity 43, Goessel 39 lolo 51, Fort Scott 41 Jefferson County North 73, linwood 21 Kensington 67, Pike Valley 65 Lakin62,Sublette40 Lebo 49, Burlingome 34 Liberal 49. Dodge City 37 Linn 56, Riley County 39 Lincoln 50, Solomon 18 Unn 56, Riley County 39 Louisburg 55, Garnett 27 Mocksville 37, Stafford 20 Mankato56, Tipton22 Marais des Cygnes Volley 62, Hamilton 48 Marion 44, Herington 28 Marmaton Volley 42, Gridley 30 Meade 46, Fowler 33 Mission Valley 36, Silver Lake 34 Morelond 74, Eastern Heights 37 Natoma 66, Wilson 46 Nemaha Volley 76, Mount Academy 25 North Central 42, St. Johns-Belch 24 Northern Heights 53, Flint Hills 51 OT Northern Valley 48, Hoxie 29 Oakley 55, Ellis 40 Onago58,Wetmore21 Oswego 45, labette County-Altomont 38 Pike Volley 61, Kensington 45 Pittsburg-Colgan 43. SE-Cherokee 38 Plainville37,Logon36 Pleasanton 83, Jayhawk-Linn 45 Protection 45, Mullinville 27 Remington 66, fAoundridge 41 Royal Valley 43, Jefferson West 35 Sabetha43,Holton41 SanloFe53,Copelond33 Santa Fe Trail 40, Rossville 38 Silver Lake 48, Mission Valley 45 Spearville42, Holcomb24 Sl.Poul33,Thayer31 Syracuse 47, Tribune 31 Tescott 56, Miltonvale 55 OT Tribune 51, Syracuse 47 Trinity 43, Goessel 39 Troy 36, Midway-Denton 27 Ulysses 44, Scott City 43 Volley Falls 45, Oskaloosa 41 Victoria 46, Russell 40 Wabaunsee 50. Osoge City 44 PGA scores PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) — First- round scores Wednesday in the $600.000 Bob Hope Chrysler Clossic: Hal Sutton Bob Tway Jeff Sluman Paul Azinger Lorry Mize Steve Pate Gary Koch Bruce Lietzke Jim Thorpe Croig Stadler Gene Sauers Jack Renner Nathaniel Crosby BillKratzert Jerry Pate Phil Blackmor Howard Twitty Hockey 31-34-45 33-32-65 32-34-66 33-33—66 32-34-66 33-34—67 34-33-67 34-33—67 32-35-67 33-34-67 34-33-67 34-34-68 33-35—68 36-32—68 33-35-68 33-35—68 34-34—68 Slow start dooms Marymount women ENID, Okla. — Marymount's women failed to recover from a poor-shooting first half Wednesday night and lost to Phillips University, 72-64. The Spartans hit only 17 percent from the field in the first half and trailed 36-25 at halftime. "It was the worst half of basketball of the season for us," said Marymount assistant coach Darin Spence, who was filling in for absent head coach Daryl Hoelting. "Our perimeter people were coming down and putting up shots before we got set up. They (Phillips) would get the rebound and just beat us down the court. They did that the entire first half." Marymount had just eight points with eight minutes left in the first half. Phillips led at that point, 23-8. Marymount did avoid the early blowout by outscoring Phillips, 17-13, in the last eight minutes of the half. "The first 10 minutes of the half just killed us," Spence said. "It was the difference in the game." Marymount, 13-6, played a better second half but could never get closer than eight points. Andre Schmidt had another good offensive night for the Spartans, scoring a game-high 22 points.' Ruth StaUbaumer had 14 points and Debbie Sanders chipped in 13. Marymount finished the game hitting 23 of 62 shots for 38 percent. "I was proud of the way the girls fought back in the second half," Spence said. "With 12 minutes left in the game, we went to a full-court man defense and did a good job. We just; couldn't get closer than eight points.'' Sondra Cermack led Phillips with 18 points. Derinda Walker followed with 15 points. The Spartans will back back in action Tuesday night against Fort Hays State at 7-.30 p.m. MARYMOUNT (64) Woltholl 21-45, Brodley 0 0-0 0, Schmidt 7 8-10 22. Anderson 1 0-0 2, Nelson 0 0-0 0, Poitevint 0 0-0 0, Fillingim 1 0-0 2, Rupp 1 00 2. Stollboumer 4 6-8 14, Sanders 5 3-4 13, Graham 00-00. Hyde 20-04, Kobza 00-00. TOTALS 23 18-26 64. PHILLIPS (72) Walker 71-215, Cermack 90-018, Floyd 61-1 13, Canfield 02-22, Aughtry 0 2-4 2m Powers 5 2-3 12, Van Winkle 1 0-0 2, Freeman 10-02, Heath 3 0-0 6. TOTALS 31 8-1272. HALFTIME — Phillips 36, Marymount 25. TOTAL FOULS — Marymount 20, Phillips 22. FOULED OUT — None. TOTAL REBOUNDS — Marymount 39, Phillips 40. TURNOVERS —Marymount 24, Phillips 18. Phildlphia 33 Woshngtn 25 NYlslndrs 18 Pittsbrgh 19 NY Rangers 19 NJersey 15 Quebec Montreal Boston Hartford BuHolo Chicago St.louis Minnesto Toronto Detroit Edmonton Calgary Winnipeg L Angeles Vancouver Pit GF GA 66 201 129 54 166 139 173 169 152 157 45 43 41 31 159 165 146 197 NHL standings All Tim.i CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L 1 11 0 13 4 16 9 20 5 21 3 26 1 Adams Division 25 16 2 52 180 141 24 15 4 52 199 155 19 17 7 45 167 156 21 20 1 43 167 163 19 19 5 43 158 150 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division 21 17 5 47 197 192 19 16 6 44 162 163 16 18 8 40 171 162 12 25 5 29 168 205 9 30 5 23 144 237 Smytht Division 32 9 4 68 239 179 19 20 3 41 171 165 14 27 5 33 165 214 13 23 5 31 144 203 13 26 5 31 153 182 Wednesday's Gomes Edmonton 4, Hartford 1 Montreal 4, Winnipeg 0 Pittsburgh 6, N.Y. Islanders 3 New Jersey 4, Detroit 3, OT St. Louis 10, Toronto 1 Chicago 4, Buffalo 2 N.Y. Rangers at Los Angeles (n) Thursday's Gomel Calgary at Boston, 6:35 p.m. St. Louis at Minnesota, 7:35 p.m. Central swimmers sweep WICHITA — Salina Central boys' swimming coach Keith Smith knew his team would face its toughest competition to date on Wednesday when the Mustangs swam against Wichita Heights and Garden City in the Heights double-dual meet. That's why it was no surprise when the Mustangs had to go to the wire to defeat both teams by identical 43-40 scores. Jim Goureau led the Mustangs in their victory over Heights. Goureau put Central in the lead for good with a victory in the 500-meter freestyle in a time of 5:21.00. Earlier, Goureau won the 200 free race in 2:00.66. Other Central wins came from Scott Davidson in the 200 I.M. (2:19.75), Adam Hall in diving (157.50), Scott Edwards in the 100 backstroke (1:05.04) and Chad Wolf in the 100 breaststroke (1:09.23). Central's 400 medley relay team of Edwards, Wolf, Shawn Van Meter and Terry Strait took first in 1:53.22. The Mustangs had to rally to beat Garden City. Central entered the last event — the 400 freestyle relay — trailing, 3934, but Central took first and second in the event to win the meet. Bulldogs rally to trim Bethany 46 Augusta 57, Andover 44 BSB Baileyville48, Axlell 46 Baxter Springs 64. Galena 52 Beloit 62, Ellsworth 34 Belle Plaine 88, Arganio 47 BernBO,Tablerock,Neb.63 Bishop Word 67, KC Turner 43 Blue Valley-Randolph 57. Wokefield 52 Braman, Okla, 68. Bethel Life 40 Brewster74, Healy41 Cenlralia70, Frankfort 32 Cheney 60, Norwich 44 Cimarron55,Dighton53 Claflin 50, Sterling 39 Clearwater 62, Goddard 60 OT Colgan 59, Southeast 46 Columbus 57, Chetopa 54 Concordio 58. Clay Canter 54 Council Grove 66, Centre 50 DeSoto56, Perry-Lecompton42 Dougloss83,Udoll59 Eastern Heights 81, Morelond 39 Ell-Salins59,Hope49 Ellinwood 69, Kinsley 65 Ellis 62. Oakley 57 Emporia 51, Topeka-Seaman 48 FairfieldoO. St. John 52 Flinthills 76, Northern Heights 56 Fort Osage 46, North Kansas City 29 Fort Scott 67, lola 54 Garden Plain 53, Oberlin 51 Glosco 56, Bennington 46 Golden Plains 53, Oberlin 51 Hanover 60, Clifton-Clyde 55 Haven61,Holslead37 Hesslon 88, Lyons 72 Hiawatha 44. EHingham 25 Hillsboro63,Sedgwick58 Holcomb68, Spearville42 Hoxie 52, Northern Volley 51 Humboll 33, Uniontown 29 Immaculate 59, Basehor 35 Jayhawk-Linn 61, Pleasanton 57 Jefferson North 62, linwood 61 Junction City 62. Washburn Rural 61 Kingman 59, Circle 47 Labette County-Altomont 52, Oswego 5030T Lawrence 72, Shawnee Mission South 64 leavenworlh 56. Shawnee Mission East 54 OT Lebo 67. Burlingame58 Leoli45. ElkharMO Liberal 67. Dodge City 48 Lincoln 47, Solomon 37 Linn 78, Riley County 64 Lutheran 76, Eudora 42 Madison BO, Hartford 64 Maize 55, Garden Plain 46 Monkalo64,Tiplon60 Marais des Cygnes Valley 50, Ham elton46 Morion 58, Heringlon 44 ,' Maur Hill BO. Nemaha Valley 53 Wakefield 58. Blue Valley-Randolph 34 Wamego52, Morysville41 Washington 38, Valley Heights 31 Waverly44,Olpe33 Weskan 46, Tri Plains 40 White Rock 48, Guide Rock, Neb. 47 2OT Wichita North 83, Wichita West 45 Wichita Northwest 47. Wichita East 45 Wichita Carroll 58, Wichita South 54 Wichita Kopaun 56, Wichita Heights 42 Williamsburg 66, Crest 41 Swimming Prep results SALINA CENTRAL43, GARDEN CITY 40 Medley relay — 1. Garden City, 1:51.22; 2. Salino Central (Edwards, Wolf. Van Meter. Strait), 1:53.22; 3. Salina Central (Kuhn, Burt, Howard, Bledsoe). 2:20.55. 200 free — 1. Robertson, GC, 1:54.57; 2. Goureau, SC. 2:00.66; 3. Evans, SC, 2:14.82. 200 I.M. — 1. Post, GC, 2:05.63: 2. Finke, GC, 2:18.62; 3. Davidson, SC, 2:19.75. 50 free — 1. Storm, GC, 23.97; 2. Reimer, GC, 25.62; 3. Kuhn. SC. 25.62. Diving — 1. Hall, SC. 157.50; 2. Oakes, SC, 146.45:3. D. Reimer, 86.55. 100 lly — 1. Van Meter, SC, 1 '.W .74; 2. Bedinger, SC. 1:05.60; 3. Tresper, GC, 1:22.60. 100 free — 1. Storm, GC. 52.83; 2. Edwards, SC, 56.22; 3. S.Reimer, GC, 57.09. 500 free— 1. Robertson, GC, 5:15.08; 2. Goureau, SC, 5:21.00; 3. Finke, GC, 5:35.69. 100 back — 1. Post, GC, 57.79; 2. Edwards, SC, 1:05.04; 3. Davidson, SC. 1:08.16. 100 breast - 1. Wolf, SC, 1:09.23: 2. Von Meter. SC. 1:14.72; 3. Ward, GC, 1:15.13. 400 free relay — 1. Salina Central (Strait. Evans, Goureau, Davidson), 3:52.42; 2. Salina Central (Bedinger. Kuhn, Howard, Burt), 4:00.53). SALINA CENTRAL 43, WICHITA HEIGHTS 40 Medley relay — I. Solina Central (Edwards, Wolf, Van Meter, Strait), 1 ;53.22: 2. Wichita Heights (McCutcheon, Christensen, Miller. Lavid), 1:54.46. 200 free — 1. Goureau, SC, 2:00.66; 2. Dreilort, WH. 2:00.74; 3. Aarsen. WH, 2:08.67. 200 I.M. — 1. Davidson, SC. 2:19.75; 2. Scott. WH. 2:25.07: 3. Bedinger, SC, 2.26.90. Transactions BASEBALL Amerlcon League TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Signed Jimmy Key, pitcher, Jeff Heorron, catcher, and Glen Hill, outfielder. Notional league ATLANTA BRAVES—Signed Ozzie Virgil, catcher, to a three-year contract. NEW YORK METS—Signed Davey Johnson, manager, to a three-year contract through the 1988 season. BASKETBALL Notional Balketoll Association INDIANA PACERS—Activated Clark Kellogg, forward. Placed Quinn Buckner, guard, on waivers. SEATTLE SOPERSONICS—Signed David Pope, forward. GOLF Professional Golfers Association THE INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT—Named Larry O. Thiel executive director. HOCKEY National Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS—Loaned Sylvain Cote, defenseman, to the Hull Olympiques ol the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. SOCCER Malor Indoor Soccer League MISL—Fired Jeremiah Enright, director of media-public relations. COLLEGE GATEWAY CONFERENCE—Named Ed Tschannen supervisor of football officials. LOUISIANA STATE—Announced that Kurt Schottenheimer, linebacker coach, has resigned to accept a similar position at Notre Dame. MCPHERSON — Kurt Kinnamon scored a game-high 27 points Wednesday night to spark McPherson to an 82-80 come-from- behind Kansas Conference men's basketball victory. McPherson trailed by 10 points with eight minutes left in the game when it started the rally. Kinnamon put the Bulldogs ahead 75-74 with a free throw with two minutes left. Bethany responded with two baskets to take a 78-75 lead before Kinnamon scored a three-point play to tie the game with a minute remaining. The game was then decided at the free throw line. Bill Wimpe scored 20 points and Dave Robertson added 19 for the Bulldogs. Bethany, which led 36-31 at halftime, got 18 points from Steve Malm and 14 from Kale Gaston. The Swedes are now 5-2 in KCAC play and 6-7 overall. McPherson is 2-5 in the KCAC and 7-8 overall. BETHANY (BO) Geiman70-l 14. Wempe 1 0-0 2,m Hoyden 2 0-0 4, Malm 9 0-0 18, Gaston 5 4-4 14, Washington 4 2-2 10, Stanley 2 0-0 4, Macari 3 01 6, Cole 3 2-2 8. TOTALS 36 8-1080. McPHERSON (82) Crist 1 0-02, Sims 41 -3 9, Kinnamon 11 5-627, Robertson 91-219, Wimpe 9 2-3 20, Appel 1 2-3 4, Cramsey 01-21. TOTALS35 12-1982. HALFTIME — Bethany 36, McPherson 31. TOTAL FOULS — Bethany 21, McPherson 13. FOULED OUT —Washington (Bethany). Wrestling Jr. High results SAUNA SOUTH 84 ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 22 72 — Moos, RL, pinned Fiedler; 76 — Weoks, SS, pinned Stuart; 80 — Robertson, SS, won by forfeit; 84 — Powell, SS, won by forfeit; 88 — Rasett, SS, wan by forfeit; 92 — Selders, SS, won by forfeit; 96 — Burt, SS, won by forfeit; 100 — Smith, RL, won by fall over Snow; 105 — Burrows. SS, pinned Britt; 110 — Wedel, SS, won by forfeit; 115 — Jilko, SS, pinned Lightner; 120 — Speilmon, RL, pinned Johnson; 127 — Weiss, SS, pinned Sharp; 133 — Weber, SS, pinned Ball; 138 — Devolder, SS, won by forfeit; 145 — Hose, SS, won by forfeit; 154 — Farr, RL, dec. Elliott, 10-2; HWT — Han, SS, won by forfeit. Recreation Cloud's Arnold sets scoring record PARSONS — Diane Arnold scored a school record 35 points Wednesday night to lead Cloud County to a 101-70 victory over Labette County in juco women's basketball. Arnold, a 5-11 freshman from Downs, canned 15 field goals and 5 of 6 free throws in her record performance. Angle Kossow scored 18 behind Arnold. Stacie Sproul had 12 and Tawnya Wondra added 11. The Thunderettes, 11-3, led, 4234, at haltime before running away with the game in the second half. Cloud County will play at Hesston Saturday night. CLOUD COUNTY (101) Kossow 9 0-0 18, Hoffman 0 0-0 0, Sipple 0 3-5 3, Kline 4 0-0 8, Sproul 5 2-2 12, Wondra 51-411, Anderson 1 1-23, Bottom 5 0-0 10, Arnold 155-6 35, Grauerholz 0 1-2 1. TOTALS 44 13-21 101. LABETTE COUNTY (70) Smollwood 1 0-1 2, Forbes 3 4-5 10, Sims 4 2-4 10, Schoenhofer 6 3-4 15, Madl 3 0-3 6, Robin 1 6-6 8, Petterson 71-215, Goff 2 0-2 4. TOTALS 27 13-24 70. HALFTIME — Cloud County 42, Labette County 34. TOTAL FOULS — Cloud County 23, Labette County 22. FOULED OUT — Petterson (LC). KW women beat Ottawa to snap skid OTTAWA — Kansas Wesleyan's women snapped a two-game losing streak by posting a 69-62 Kansas Conference basketball victory Wednesday over Ottawa. The victory improves Wesleyan's KCAC record to &-2 and its overall mark to 8-2. Ottawa, 2-10 overall, is winless in six conference games. The Coyotes started strong against the Braves, hit a flat spot but then recovered to post the victory. "We played well in spurts," said KW coach Tracy Rietzke. "We played well in the first half and got up by 13 points. But then we let them back in it." Ottawa put together a hot streak and went on to take a 30-26 lead at halftime. "After we let them back in, they got some confidence and shot the ball well," Rietzke said. "We finally straightened things out and played strong the last eight minutes." Renae Rensberger led the way for Wesleyan with 23 points. "Renae played very well in the second half," Rietzke said. "She finally started taking the ball to the hoop and hit her shots." Michelle Marostica tossed in 17 points and had 14 rebounds for the Coyotes. Lori Roberts paced Ottawa with 18 points. Wesleyan saw its undefeated season come to a crashing halt with losses last Saturday at Friends and on Monday at Sterling. "It was good to get back on the right track," Rietzke said. KANSAS WESLEYAN (69) Brown 20-04, Vargocko 6 0-1 12, Rensberger U 1-3 23, Goxiola 2 3-4 7, Marostica 7 3-4 17< Warren 1 0-1 2, Walker 1 2-2 4, Dowell 0 0-0 0, Larson 0 0-0 0. TOTALS 30 9-15 69. OTTAWA (62) Gall 2 1-25, Powle 4 0-0 8. Scott 6 2-2 14, Elliott 1 1-23, Stroud 4 0-0 8, Roberts 8 2-2 18, Heenan 30-16. TOTALS 28 6-9 62. HALFTIME — Ottawa 30, Kansas Wesleyan 26. TOTAL FOULS — Kansas Wesleyan 14, Ottawa 18. FOULED OUT — Powle, Elliott (Ottawa). Swede women defeat McPherson McPHERSON — Bethany's women overcame a 28-24 halftime deficit Wednesday night to defeat McPherson, 71-63, in a Kansas Conr ference basketball game. The Swedes, 4-3 in KCAC play and 8-6 overall, had four players in double-figures. Dawn Puterbaugh led the way with a game-high 20 points. Deaneen Brison followed with 17 points, Lori Bunker had 13 and JodyGiggy added 10. McPherson, 3-4 in the KCAC and 46 overall, was led by Carol Zink's 16 points. Dawn Merrifield scored 14. • Bethany took advantage of 25 McPherson fouls and canned 19 free throws compared to McPherson's seven. Bethany will entertain Friends Saturday at 6 p.m. BETHANY (71) Schultz 0 1 -2 1, Puterbaugh 8 4-6 20, Brison £ 5-8 17, Shea 11-23, Dunker 5 3-6 13, Giggy 3 4 r 610, Wilson 31-27. TOTALS2619-32 71. MCPHERSON (63) Wasson 35-611, Benson 5 0-0 10, Nichols 2 004, Merrifield70-014, Harrison 20-04, Grate2 0-0 4, Zink 7 2-2 16. TOTALS 28 7-8 63. HALFTIME — McPherson 28, Bethany 24. TOTAL FOULS — Bethany 15, McPherson 25. Sooners remain unbeaten BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Seventh- ranked Oklahoma, led by Tim McCalister with 27 points and Darryl Kennedy with 23, defeated Colorado! 94-82 in Big Eight basketball action here Wednesday night to remain undefeated in the season. The victory moved the Sooners to 16-0 overall as Colorado slipped to 86. Prep girls basketball standings Ark Volley League Overall Newton Winfield Derby Hutchinson Campus McPherson Arkansas City El Dorado Linn Washington Riley County Clifton-Clyde Hanover Valley Heights SRC results Solino Recreation Commllllon Men's Basketball Results Championship League — Pepsi 69, Formers State Bank 55: BSK Bonding 67, Waddell's 59; Solina Cagers 88, KW Rookies 67, League 2 — Dennis Marine 48, Trinity UMC 37: NAPLC 57, Smoky Hill 34; Century Sales 54, Back Alley Peddler 48. League 3 - Vacers 74, Morgonville 60; The Kings 67, Del's Alternator 65; Tanning Center 71. Podunk Junction 45. League 4 — Glendale Grocery 54. Christ the King 53; KTI 67, Ashton's 50; lighlner Welding won by forfeit over Sweat Sox. League 5 — Falun 48. Love Box 40; AJ Holmquist 61, Red Kitten 32; First Noz- arene 59, Grace Baptist 39. League 6 — Designs by Cunningham 77, SW Bell 49; Bahama Mama 70, FSW Distributors 58; Knight's Sporting Goods 65, Wicker and Raton 51. League 7 — Tony's Express 80, Game Plan 51; Foreigners 82. KTI 40; Ambassadors 75. Ball Hogs 61. League 8 — Tony's 86, HSH Construction 68; Anywhere Travel 50, Cenlruy Sales 43- Websco 44, Dauer Implement 31. ' Chase County Marion Council Grove Herington Centre W " I W I 40 61 31 33 42 42 32 42 32 33 23 24 14 26 06 18 Blue Valley League Overall W L W L 40 70 31 61 31 51 22 54 04 34 04 16 Cheyenne league Overall W I W I 20 40 20 81 20 61 11 33 11 23 02 14 02 17 02 06 Cottonwood Valley League Overall W L 3 0 Canton-Galva Little River Trinity Berean Acad. Pretty Prairie Goessel Cent. Christian Inman Sedgwick 1 2 0 3 Mid-State AA League Overall 1-70 League Topeka West Topeka High Salina Central Manhattan Junction City Salina South W 4 3 2 2 Overall W 9 5 5 3 3 0 Liberty league Overall Logan No. Valley Morlond Eastern Heights Lenora Kensington Jennings Palco Grinnell Brewster Cheylin Sharon Springs Tribune W 0 0 0 0 0 W 5 5 4 . 3 0 Mid-Continent league Overall W 7 5 5 2 0 Elsenhower League Overall St. George Wakefield Westmoreland Luckey St. Xavier Hope Blue Valley White City W 6 5 5 3 4 3 1 2 Plainville Stockton Victoria Norton Smith Center Phillipsburg Ellis Osborne WaKeeney Hill City Hesslon Lyons Hillsboro Haven Halstead Heart of America League Overall Burrton W 7 W 10 Remington Peabody Moundridge W 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 Mld-Kaniai Division I League W L 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 Division II League W I 3 0 2 0 1 2 L 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 5 W 6 6 5 4 4 3 2 1 2 0 Larned TMP-Marian Russell Pratt Hoisington Nlckerson Ellsworth Minneapolis Smoky Valley SE of Saline Sacred Heart Beloit Belleville Concordia Wamego Marysville Abilene Clay Center Chapman W 2 2 1 1 0 0 NCAA League W L 4 0 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 0 5 NCKL League W I 4 0 4 1 2 2 2 3 1 3 W 7 4 2 1 0 0 Bennington Solomon Tescott Ell-Saline Post Rock league W L 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 2 Overall W 4 3 3 1 Overall W 7 6 5 5 2 2 1 Qulvlra League W L Quivira Heights 1 0 Wilson 0 0 Chase 0 0 Otis-Bison 0 1 Twin Lakes League Overall W 7 2 3 3 Overall W W L Natoma 2 0 Lincoln 2 0 Sylvan Grove 2 0 Gorham 1 1 Downs 1 1 Waconda East 0 2 Tipton 0 2 Lucas-Luray 0 2 Western Athletic League Overall W 4 8 6 3 2 3 3 3 Northwest Kanioi league Overall Overall Colby Atwood Goodlond Oakley Hoxie Oberlin Scott City St. Francis W 7 6 5 5 1 Overall W I 7 . 1 4 3 5 3« Mankato Pike Valley North Central Jewell Miltonvale While Rock Glasco . Hillcrest W 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 Pike Troll League W L 4 0 3 3 2 2 W 8 7 6 5 2 3 2 2 Overall St. John's-Beloit 0 W 9 5 5 4 2 2 1 0 1 Liberal Hays Garden City Dodge City Great Bend Dlghton Quinter Wheatland Ransom LaCrosse Ness City Jetmore W 3 1 1 0 0 WKEA League W L 2 0 0 0 Overall W 7 6 3 3 2 Overall W 6 4 6 5 1 2 1 Western Kaniai League Overall Golden Plains Weskan Triplains Utlca Healy Herndon W 2 2 0 0 0 0 W 9 5 1 4 2 I 0 4 6 56 9

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