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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Friday, January 17,1986 Page 12 Basketball NBA standings Notional Basketball Allocation ly The Aracfated Pren AIITImesCST EASTERN CONFERENCE AllonllcDlvlilon W L Pet. OB Boston 28 8 .778 Philadelphia 25 14 .641 4% NewJertey 24 16 .600 6 Waihington 19 21 .475 II New York 14 24 .368 15 Central Dlvlilon Milwaukee 27 14 .659 — Atlanta 21 16 .568 4 Detroit 17 21 .447 8 1 /, Cleveland 16 23 .421 10 Chicago 15 25 .375 ll'/i Indiana 10 28 .263 15% WESTERN CONFERENCE Mldweit Civilian Houston • 26 13 .667 — Denver 23 15 .605 IV, SanAntonio 21 19 .525 5V, Dallai 18 17 .514 6 Ulan 19 22 .463 8 Sacramento 13 26 .333 13 PacHIc Dlvlilon l.A. lakers 30 6 .833 — Portland 25 IB .581 8'/, Phoenix 14 22 .389 16 Seattle 15 24 .385 16V, Golden State 14 28 .333 19 L.A. Clippers 13 27 .325 19 Wednesday's Garnet Boston 123, Denver 100 New Jersey 123, Phifadelphio 89 Detroit 123, Chicago 115 Portland 109, Indiana 104 New York 116, Dallas 112 Houston 119, San Anlonio 113 L.A. Clippers 110, Seattle 103 Golden Slate 150, Utah 104 Thursday's Gomel Atlanta 116, Cleveland 99 Milwaukee 114, Washington 98 L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers (n) Friday's Gomes New Jersey at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Denver at Detroit. 6:30 p.m. Boston at Indiana, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. New York at Son Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at Utah, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Phoenix, 8:30 p.m. Sacramento at Golden Stale. 10p.m. NBA boxscores HAWKS 116, CAVALIERS 99 Cleveland (99) Hinson 9-14 3-5 21, Jones 3-5 2-3 8, Turpin 3-5 0-0 6, Bagley 3-96-612, Free 818 8-10 26, Poquetle 0-2 0-0 0, Min- nielield 4-6 1-1 9, Shellon 0-3 0-0 0, Brewer 2-8 2-2 6, Lee 2-6 4-4 8, Davis 1-3 1-2 3. Totals 35-79 27-33 99. AHonta(lU) Wilkins 9-17 7-8 26, Willis 5-7 2-4 12. Rollins 3-6 0-0 6, Rivers 5-7 1-2 11, Witlman 9-15 0-0 18, Levingston 0-43-63, Koncak 4-7 0-0 8, Carr 4-7 5-7 13, Johnson 4-8 2-3 10, Webb 2-2 1-1 5, Hastings 1-20-02, Battle 1-1 0-02. Totals 47-8321-31116. Cleveland M 23 33 21— 99 AHanta 10 41 It 27— lie Three-point goals—Free 2, Wilkins. Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Cleveland 44 (Turpin 10), Atlanta 52 (Rollins 9). Assists—Cleveland 20 (Bagley, Free 6), Atlanta 33 (Witlmon 10). Tolal fouls—Cleveland 22, Atlanta 23. Technicals—Atlanta, illegal defense. A-4,961. BUCKS 114, BULLETS 98 Washington (98) C.Janes 5-8 2-4 12, Roundfield 7-14 6-7 20. Sol 1-3 1-2 3. Bradley 0-2 0-0 0, Malone 2-9 2-2 6, McMillan 1-5 0-0 2, Williams 9-17 3-4 24. Daye 3-4 0-0 6, Wood 9-176-8 25. Totals 37-79 20-27 98. Milwaukee (114) Cummings 17-24 1-4 35, Reynolds 2-6 2-46, Breuer 6-12 1-2 13, Moncrief 5-121311, Presley 8-14 2-3 18, Fields 2-4 0-04, Pierce 5-11 9-10 19, Davis 2-6 2-26, Lamp 1-5 0-0 2, E.Jones 0-0 0-0 O.Tolals 48-94 18-28114. Washington 17 31 22 28— 91 Milwaukee 30 29 24 31-114 Three-point goals—Williams 3, Wood. Fouled out — None. Rebounds—Washington 42 (Roundfield 10), Milwaukee 63 (Cummings 10). Assists—Washington 16 (Williams, Wood 5), Milwaukee 32 (Moncrief, Pressey 6). Total louls—Washington 24, Milwaukee 21. Technicals—Washington illegal defense 3. A—11,052 College scores By The Associated Press EAST Dartmouth 75, Williams 60 Green Mountain 87, Lyndon St. 73 Hunter 67, Lehman 52 lona76,LaSalle66 Moris! 76, Loyola, Md. 68 Millersville 75, Mansfield 73 New Hampshire 85, Holy Cross 73 Nyack 84, Dominican 78 Point Park 63, SI. Vincent 51 Providence 76, Boston Coll. 75, OT Robert Morris 75, Long Island U. 74 Rutgers 72, Massachusetts 63 SE Massachusetts 76, Nichols 68 Southampton78, N.Y. Tech 70 St. Francis, Pa. 69, Si. Francis, N.Y. 62 St. Joseph's 72, Rhode Island 59 Temple 54, Duquesne 53 Trenlon SI. 67, N. J. Tech 65, OT W. Connecticut 86, Fitchburg St. 84 W. New England 64, N. Adams Si. 61 W. Virginia 75, G. Washington 74, OT West Chester 72, Md.-Ball. County 67 SOUTH Akron82, N.C.-Wilmington73 Alabama 60, Auburn 56 Baptist 77, Campbell 61 Belmant Abbey 69, Lenoir-Rhyne 48 Campbellsville 61, Alice Lloyd 58 Carson Newman 103, Milligan 87 Cent. Florida79, Armstrong SI. 62 David Lipscomb 79, Bethel, Tenn. 75 Duke 92, Wake Forest 63 Florida ASM 106. Edward Waters 78 Froslburg SI. 69, Lynchburg 64 Guilford 69, Liberty 58 Jacksonville SI. 70, Livingston 60 Limestone 82, Gardner-Webb 79 Mars Hill 80, Warren Wilson 47 Marshall 84, VMI82 M. Washington 69, Salisbury St. 66, OT McNeese St. 91, Texas-Arlington 85 Mercer 85, Centenary 73 NE Louisiana 70, Arkansas St. 51 Norfolk St. 82, SI. Augustine's 70 NW Louisiana 63, Grumbling 70 S. Alabama 57, Jacksonville 53 Spring Hill 89, Mississippi Coll. 74 SW Louisiana 74, Lo. Tech 73, OT Tenn. Wesleyan 82, Bryan 73 Tn.-Chattanooga 96, Citadel 71 Union, Ky. 85, BereaM Union, Tenn. 75, lambulh 68 VCU 67, N.C. Charlotte 50 Virginia St. 102, Fayetteville82 W. Kentucky 75, Ala.-Birmingham 72 W. Maryland 69, Johns Hopkins 61 Wash. I Lee 44, Roonoake 42 Wingate 74, Pembroke St. 60 Winthrop 91, Cent. Wesleyan 66 MIDWEST Bellarmine 85, Ashland 77 Bradley 78, W. Texas St. 53 Cedarville 85, Denison 77 Culver-Stockton 63, Cent. Melh. 55 Dayton 64, Creighton 50 Drake 77, Indiana St. 72 FerrisSI.81,Norlhwoad73 Grace 79, Grand Rapids Baptist 70 III.-Chicago 67, Wis.-Green Bay 56 Illinois 73. Wisconsin 54 Illinois Wesleynn 71, Elmhurst 55 Indiana Tech 79, Huntington75 Ind.-PFW 56, Indiana Cent. 54, OT Iowa 82, Michigan St. 71 Lewis 53, St. Joseph's, Ind. 52 Minnesota 73, Michigan 63 Oakland, Mich. 73, Lake Sup. Si. 56 Purdue 65, Northwestern 64 Rotary 80, NE Illinois 66 SlU-Edwardsvllle 104, Harris-Slowe 67 S.Indiana 88, N. Kentucky 66 Saglnaw Vol. St. 91, Hlllsdale 60 School of Ozarks 85, NE Oklahoma 82 Tri-SI. 69, Siena His. 67 Tulsa 70, 5. Illinois 58 Wayne, Mich. 64, Michigan Tech 60 SOUTHWEST Arkansas Coll. 53, Arkansas Tech 49 Ark.-Ullle Rock 74, Ga. Southern 71 Coll. of the Ozarks 53. S. Arkansas 38 Henderson SI. 67, Harding 65, OT Hendrlx65.Ark.-Monticello63 Howard Payne 92, McMurry 74 Lamar 87, N. Texas St. 72 Ouochlta Boptill 69, Ark.-Pine Bluff 6) Panhandle St. 69, Wayland Baptist 67 WOMEN EAST Delaware 65, Bucknell 49 Holy Cross 91, Brooklyn Coll. SO Temple 78, Massachusetts 56 SOUTH Cent. Florida 103, VCU 76 Georgia St. 93, Ill.-Chicogo 89 Hampton U. 106, Delaware St. 77 N.C.-Wilmington 82, Baptist j4 Rodlord 62, W. Carolina 59 Richmond 68, Liberty 59 SW Louisiana 63, McNeese SI. 59 W. Kentucky 98, Louisville 55 William S Mary 53, Longwood 45 MIDWEST S. Illinois 77, W. Illinois 47 College men MINNESOTA 73, MICI'iGAN 63 Michigan (63) Rellfard 4-6 2-2 10, Wade 2-11 2-2 6, Tarpley 4-12 0-0 8, Joubert 6-15 0-0 12 Grant 9-16 1-2 19, Henderson 0-2 2-2 2, Thompson 2-6 0-0 4, Rice 1-6 0-0 2, Bulls 0-0 0-00. Tolals 28-74 7-8 63. Minnesota (73) Kevin Smith 2-9 5-6 9. Williams 5-6 0-0 10, Shasky 4-104-4 12, Alexander 7-1023 16, Wilson 8-9 8-9 24, Hanson 0-1 0-0 0, Woods 1-10-02. Totals 27-4619-22 73. Halftime—Minnesota 30, Michigan 26. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Michigan 41 (Torpley 12). Minnesota 28 (Shasky 9). Assists—Michigan 5 (Joubert, Grant 2), Minnesota 7 (Alexander 4). Total fouls- Michigan 18, Minnesota 12. Techni- cals—Tarpley. A—13,618. DUKE 92, WAKE FOREST 63 Wake Forest (63) Calvert 2-5 2-2 6, Cline 5-11 5-6 15, Scott 5-11 3-4 13, Walson 6-16 2-2 14, Bagues 2-7 4-4 8, Deibert 2-2 2-4 6, Boyd 0-40-00, DadeO-1 0-00, Robinson0-01-2 1. Totals 22-57 19-24 63. Duke (92) Henderson 6-7 5-6 17, Alorie 5-7 2-2 12. Ferry 3-5 3-5 9, Amoker 2-2 0-0 4, Dawkins 6-9 2-2 14, King 1-5 5-7 7, Bilas 3-64-6 10, Strickland 1-50-02, Williams 2-4 2-2 6, Snyder 1-4 2-2 4, Smith 3-5 1-1 7, Nessley 0-3 0-0 0. Tolals 33-62 26-33 92. Halftime score—Duke 44, Wake Fores) 24. Fouled out—none. Rebounds—Wake Forest 18 (Watson 6), Duke 44 (Bilas, Henderson, Williams 6). Assists—Woke Forest 14 (Bogues 12) Duke 22 (Amaker 7). Tolal fouls—Wake Forest 24, Duke 19. A—8,564. WESTERN KENTUCKY 75, UAB 72 (ot) Western Kentucky (75) Johnson 7-11 4-8 18. Tisdale 1-30-02, Martin 1-4 4-4 6, Lee 0-2 0-00, Gordon 921 2-2 20, Lickliler 1-5 0-0 2, McNeal 3-5 1-2 7, Swagger 4-5 1-2 9, Frank 4-5 1-1 9. Asberry 1 -3 0-0 2. Totals 31 -64 13-19 75. Alobomg-Blrmlnghom (72) Charles 2-3 0-0 4, Mincy 5-10 4-5 14, Johnson 3-5 3-4 9, Mitchell 8-19 6-8 24, Ponder 3-9 1-27, Foster 1 -1 0-0 2, Collins 0-2 0-2 0, Gordon 3-3 0-0 6, Baker 3-4 0-0 6. Totals 28-5616-21 72. Halftime—W.Kentucky 32, UAB 33. Regulation—W.Kentucky 66, UAB 66. Fouled out—Frank. Charles, Johnson. Rebounds—W.Kentucky 28 (Martin 10), UAB 42 (Mincy 13). Assists-W.Kentucky 17 (Gordon 6), UAB 16 (Mitchell 9). Total fouls—W.Kentucky 21, UAB 18. A—10,071. BRADLEY 71, W. TEXAS STATE S3 Weil Texai State (43) Johnson 3-9 0-0 6, Childs 6-13 3-3 15, Graham 4-6 4-9 12, Davis 1-5 0-0 2, Singlelary 5-13 0-0 10, Lotus 0-1 0-0 0, Woods 4-80-08, Robison 0-0 0-0 0. Tolals 23-557-1253. Bradley (71) Powell 2-2 2-4 6, Trimpe 3-6 0-0 6, Williams 5-7 2-3 12, Les 3-6 0-0 6, Hawkins 8-10 5-7 21, Thomas 4-5 3-311, Bertolini 2-3 0-0 4, Jones 0-1 0-0 0, Manuel 2-3 6-610, Wilson 1 -1 0-0 2, Berry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-44 18-23 78. Halttime— Bradley 34, W. Texas State 25. Fouled Out—None. Rebounds-W. Texas State 21 (Childs 7), Bradley 29 (Trimpe 7). Assisls-W. Texas Stale 14 (Davis 8), Bradley 19 (Trimpe 6). Total fouls—W. Texas Stale 17, Bradley 13. Technical— Powell. A—0,245. PURDUE 85, NORTHWESTERN 64 Northwestern (M) Schwabe 5-11 2-2 12, Wyss 2-8 1-2 5 Morris 7-12 6-10 20, Fullen 2-4 4-4 8, Watts 1 -2 2-2 4, Cucuz 0-1 1-21, Saviano 1 -2 0-0 2, Flonogon 0-0 0-0 0, Dixon 1 -3 00 2, Grose 5-7 0-0 10, Bulord 0-2 0-1 0. Petrovic 0-2 0-0 0, Branch 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 24-5416-2364. Purdue (IS) Lee 3-8 2-2 8, Mitchell 7-10 5-5 19, McCanls 5-10 0-0 10, Gadis 4-6 2-2 10, Lewis 9-15 1-1 19, Stephens 2-4 0-0 4, Robinson 1-5 0-0 2, Jones 3-6 3-4 9, Arnold 1 -4 0-02, Stack 0-00-00, Fisher 1 10-02. Totals 36-6913-1485. Halflime—Purdue 35, Northwestern 30. Fouled out—Mitchell. Rebounds- Northwestern 28 (Morris 9), Purdue 37 (Mitchell, McConts, Gadis 6). As- sisls—Northwestern 16 (Wyss, Watts, Saviano 3), Purdue 30 (Lee 9). Total fouls—Northwestern 15, Purdue 18. Technicals—Northwestern coach Folk. A—13,462. TUISA 70, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 51 Tulsa(70) Moss 2-4 6-6 10, Moore 9-15 2-5 20 Sobbs 3-3 1-2 7, Suggs 4-13 3-4 11 Boudreaux 2-5 2-3 6, J. Rahilly 2-3 0-0 4, B. Rahilly 2-5 8-8 12. Tolals 24-48 22-28 70. • Southern Illinois (it) Novsek 10-16 5-5 25, Ross 1-41-13 Dusharm 0-4 3-4 3, G. Motla 2-5 1-3 5, Welch 3-6 0-0 6, Harre I -3 0-0 2, House 34 8-8 14, Kreuger 0-0 0-0 0. Tolals 20-44 18-2158. Halflime—Tulsa 34, S Illinois 30. Fouled Out—J, Rahilly, House. Rebounds-Tulsa 29 (Sobbs 6), S Illinois 25 (Ross, House 4). Assists-Tulso 6 (Suggs, Boudreaux 2), S Illinois 9 (Novsek 3). Tolal fouls—Tulsa 20, S Illinois 25. DAYTON 64, CREIGHTON SO Dayton (64) Young 2-3 0-1 4. Grant 6-9 3-3 15 Colbert 6-123-4 15, Goodwin 4-5 4-4 12, Knight 3-5 0-2 6. Christie 2-5 4-6 8, Crafty 2-30-4 4. Matthews 0-00-00, Zern 0-00-0 0. Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Hughes 0-0 0-0 0, Piltman 0-0 0-0 0. Dahlinghaus 0-0 0-0 0, Tressler 0-0 0-0 0, Shields 0-0 0-0 0 Tolals 25-42 14-24 64. Cralghton(SO) Evans 6-21 5-5 17, Smith 4-5 0-0 8, Johonsen 2-2 1-2 5, Swain 3-15 1-2 7, Morris 4-12 0-0 8, Edwards 0-4 0-0 0, Sleloniok 1 -2 I -4 3, Ga. McCrocken 0-0 00 0, Goldberg 0-0 0-0 0, Whetstone 0-2 222. Totals20-6310-1550. Halftime—Dayton 34, Creighton 21. Rebounds—Creighton 35 (Evans 10) Dayton 34 (Colbert 8). Assists-Dayton 15 (Knight 5). Creighton 12 (Edwards 4). Fouled out—none. Total fouls— Creighton 22, Dayton 14. Technical fouls—none. A—4,818. College JV men MARYMOUNT JV 101, HESSTON JUCO W Hesiton Junior College (10) Brennemon 1-20-1 2, Eelon 1-28-9 10, Farmwald 1-3 2-2 4, Henry 4-8 2-4 10 Holloway 4-9 0-1 8, Hochsleller 11 -27 2-2 24, Martin 4-6 0-1 8, Mast 0-1 3-3 3, Medina 0-0 0-0 0, Strlckey 1-3 1-2 3 Whitlmer 1-12 6-6 8, Yoder 0-0 0-0 0. Tolals 28-76 24-31 80. Mary mount JV (101) Forge 3-6 0-1 6, Mansfield 2-2 3-4 7, Belew 3-10 0-0 6. Douglas 4-12 2-2 10 Fechter 4-9 0-0 8, Robinson 1-5 3-4 5, Dugan 5-10 1-2 11, Roberts 7-14 5-5 19, Maydew 5-11 0-2 10, Pinalto 2-4 0-0 4 Guilroz 1-5 3-4 5, Ward 4-5 2-2 TO. Tolals 41-9319-26101. HALFTIME — Marymounl 45, Hesstan 36. TOTAL FOULS - Hesslon 18, Marymount 26. FOULED OUT — Whitlmer (H). REBOUNDS - Hesston 28 (Henry 5), Marymount 52 (Dugan 8). TURNOVERS — Hesston 11, Marymount 13. Big 8 standings MEN League Overall W L W L Iowa State 20 11 4 Oklahoma 1 0 16 0 Kansas 1 0 15 2 Missouri 1 1 14 5 Kansas State 01 12 4 Nebraska 01 10 4 Oklahoma State 0 ,1 95 Colorado 01 86 Today's schedule FRIDAY, JAN. 17 BASKETBALL Sacred Heart girls-boys at Ellsworth, 6:15-8 p.m. Topeka West ot Saline South, 7:45 p.m. Junction City at Salina Central, 7:45 p.m. Salina South girls ot Topeka West, 7:45 p.m. St. John's Military at Solomon, 7:45 p.m. Game fun again for LSU coach ThltWeek't Schedule Tuesday Missouri 55, Oklahoma State 51. Wednesday's Garnet Kansas 81, Nebraska 70: lowo State 77, Kansas State 73: Oklahoma 94, Colorado 82. Saturday Oklahoma State at Kansas, Missouri at Nebraska, Iowa State at Oklahoma, Kansas State at Colorado. Prep boys Palisade, Neb. 54, Herndon 49 Prep girls Palisade, Neb. 58, Herndon 27 Donnie Hammond Bob Twoy John Cook Gory Koch Hal Sutton Fred Couple: Jock Renn jr Jay Del*',ig Steve Fate Mac O'Grody Jim Thorpe PaulAzinger Bill Kratiert Jodie Mudd Mark McCurnber Bob Lohr Hockey 69-64-133 65-70-135 68-67-135 67-68—135 65-70—135 69-67-136 68-68-136 68-68-136 67-69-136 71-65-136 67-69-136 66-71-137 68-69-137 72-65-137 69-68-137 69-68—137 Jr. varsity girls NHL standings SAUNA CENTRAL 34, JUNCTION CITY 30 Junction City 12 8 2 8 —30 Salina Central 7 U 6 8 — 34 Junction City — Brown 10. Roberts 8, Penn 2, T.Dawson J, Lehman 6, (Team 2). Solino Central — Simmons 10, Budke 4,Colaw4,Oard7,Wilbur7,Fears2. Freshman girls JUNCTION CITY 35, SALINA SOUTH 30 Junction City 7 8 7 13 —35 Salina South 8 8 4 10 —30 Junction City — Vargas 3, Domer 2, A.Patlerson 4, T.Patterson 3. Frakes 9, Jackson 10, Boyd 4. Sal. Soulh — Berg 4, Meyer 8, Jenner 2, Peterson 5, Freeland 9, Davis 2. B-Team: Salina Soulh 14. June. City 11. Jr. high boys SAUNA SOUTH 35, McPHERSON 30 Salina Soulh 4 8 15 8 — 35 McPherson 8 8 8 6 — 30 Salina South — Reiber 7, Moss 7, Drevels 2. Homolko 6. Watson 2, Allison 3, Powell 1,Pillenger7. McPherson — Vo 2, Burnison 2, Underwood 12, Berlin 6, Hayes 6, Kirby 2. B-Teom: McPherson 30, Sal. South 19. Jr. high girls MCPHERSON 3S, SALINA SOUTH 20 Salina South 4 6 4 6 —20 McPherson 11 13 11 0 — 35 Salina Soulh — 6anlz 6, Flax 4, Haan 2, Urich 2, DeMars 2, Plaits 2. McPherson — Williams 9, Burris 6, Hancock 6, Bacon 5, Brown 5, Hoke 4. B-team — Salino South 20, McPherson 13. MANHATTAN 20, ROOSEVELMINC. 18 Manhattan 2 12 4 2 — 20 Roosevelt-Lincoln 5 5 4 4 — 18 Manhattan — Bryant 8, McGuire 2 Depew8,Austin2. Roosevelt-Lincoln — Baker 4, Constable 2, Harst 5, Cruce 3, Stevenson 2, Gartner 2. B-Teom: Manhattan 18, Roosevelt- Lincoln 12. Prep statistics 1-70 League Scoring Leaden Through Gomel of January 11 BOYS Terry Turner, Junction City 7 20.4 Tyrone Hudson, Topeka 7 17.1 J.T. Marshall, Manhattan 6 17.0 Tom Hopkins, Topeka Wesl 7 14.6 John Morgan, Topeka 7 14.1 Karl Kandt, Manhattan 6 14.0 Bill Kennedy, Salino South 5 13.8 David Proctor, Topeka 7 12.7 LorenZook, Salina South 5 12,6 J.fl. Lirtlejohn, Topeka West 7 11.7 GIRLS Sheila Cherry, Salina Central I 18.9 Kristie Banner, Topeka 7 14.4 Gaby Washington, 7 )4.4 Karen McGaughey, Manhattan 7 14.0 Nadira Hazlm, Topeka West 7 13.0 Kelly Money, Topeko 7 12.6 Kim McNabb, Manhattan 7 12.1 Chrli Armour, Salina South t 11.7 Amy Bybee, Topeka West 8 10,9 AdrainPendleton, Junction City 7 9.9 Recreation SRC results Sollno Recreation Commission Men's Baskitball Reiulti League 9 — AAA 75, Pain Killers 61; Matllson Real Estate 67, Eddie's Club 66; No-Names 74, Galaxy Satellite 73. League 10 — Holiday Mansion 58, Salina Journal 52; General Battery 81, Cable TV 39; Western Auto 43, Augustine S Son 31. Boxing Tubbs-W'spoon Tale of the Tape By The Aiioclated Prest Tubbs Wlfhenpoon Age 26 28 Weight 244 227 Height 6-3 6-3 Reach 81 77 Chest (normal) 40 43 Chest (expanded) 42 45 Biceps 14 17 Forearm 13 14 Waist 38 36 Thigh 26 25 V, Calf 16 16V, Neck 17 17V, Wrist 8 9 Fist 12 12 Ankle 10 9 Wrestling Prep wrestling AT SOUTHEAST OF SALINE Belolt 36, SE of Saline 25 98—double-lorfeit; 105—R.Pierce, B, won by forfeit; 112—Harding, SE, pinned McGaughey; 119—Chrisllieb, SE, dec. Kadel, 10-2; 126—Pennington, SE, dec. Treoster, 7-6; 132—Brady, SE, pinned Peters; 138—Johnson, B, pinned Ade; 145—Johnson, SE, pinned Miner; 155—Schank, B, pinned Oeegan; 167—Deels, B, won by forfeit; 185—Gastley, B, pinned Reed; Hwt—Heiman, B, pinned Prescotl. SE of Saline 40, Lincoln 30 98—Esterl, L, won by forfeit; 105—Campbell, 1. won by forfeit; 112-Hording, SE, won by forfeit; 119—Chrisllieb. SE, pinned Nelson; 126—Larson, L, won by forfeit; 132-Brady, SE, technically pinned Walter; 138-Hollis, I, pinned Ade; 145—Johnson, SE, technically pinned Robert Batchman; 155—Deegan, SE, dec. Peterson, 12-5; 167—Ryan Batchmon, I, won by forfeit; 185—Reed, SE, pinned Wiebke; Hwt-Prescott, SE, won by forfeit. Belolt 36, Lincoln 33 98-Campbell, L, won by forfeit; 105—Esterl, L, pinned McGaughey; 112—R.Pierce, B, won by forfeit; 119—Kadel, B, pinned Nelson; 126—Larson, L, dec. S.Peters, 6-5 132-Walter, L, pinned K.Peters; 138-Hollis, I, pinned Holfer; 145— Robert Batchman, I, pinned Harr; 155—Powell, B, technically pinned Peterson; 167—Stelter, B, technically pinned Ryan Bolchmon; 185—Baker, B, pinned Wiebke; Hwt—Niewold, B, won by forfeit. National Hockey league By The Associated Pren AIITtmeiCST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Dlvlilon W I T Pti GF GA Philodlpha 33 11 0 66 201 129 Woshngton 25 13 4 54 166 139 NYlsles 18 16 9 45 173 159 NY Rangers 20 21 3 43 156 149 Pittsburgh 19 20 5 43 169 165 NewJerseylS 26 1 31 157 197 Adorns Division Quebec 25 16 2 52 ISO 14) Montreal 24 15 4 52 199 155 Boston 20 17 7 47 170 158 Hartford 21 20 1 43 167 163 Buffalo 19 19 5 43 158 150 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrli Dlvlilon Chicago 21 17 5 47 197 192 Si. Louis 19 17 6 44 165 167 Minnesota 17 18 8 42 175 165 Toronto 12 25 5 29 168 205 Detroit 9 30 5 23 144 237 Smylhe Division Edmonton 32 9 4 68 239 179 Calgary 19 21 3 41 173 168 Winnipeg 14 27 5 33 165 214 Los Angeles 13 24 5 31 147 207 Vancouver 13 26 5 31 153 182 Wednesday's Gomel Edmonton 4, Hartford 1 Montreal 4, Winnipeg 0 Pittsburgh 6, N.Y. Islanders 3 New Jersey 4, Detroit 3, OT St. Louis 10, Toronto! Chicago 4, Buffalo 2 N.Y. Rangers 4, Los Angeles 3 Thurtdoy'i Games Boston 3, Calgary 2 Minnesota 4, St. Louis 3 Friday's Gomel Quebec at Hartford, 6:35 p.m. Montreal at Buffalo, 6:35 p.m. N.Y. Isles at Philadelphia, 6:35 p.m. Washington ol New Jersey, 6:35 p.m. Chicago at Winnipeg, 8:05 p.m. Los Angeles at Vancouver, 9:35 p.m. NHL all-star voting WALES CONFERENCE MONTREAL (AP) — Final results of fan balloting for the Wales Conference team for the Feb. 5 National Hockey League All-Star Game: Left Wing 1, Michel Goulet, Quebec. 128,475. 2, Brian Propp, Philadelphia, 126,978. 3, Mais Naslund, Montreal, 110,340, 4, Bengt Guslofsson, Washington, 64,840. 5, John Tonelli, New York Islanders, 55,890. 6, Charlie Simmer, Boston, 53,581. 7, Sylv&in Turgeon, Harllord, 47,490. 8, Don Maloney, New York Rangers, 33,653. Right Wing 1, Tim Kerr, Philadelphia, 168,154. 2, Mike Bossy, New York Islanders, 143,772. 3, Mike Gartner, Washington, 90,812. 4, Anton Stostny, Quebec 60.883. 5, Mike Follgno, Buffalo, 42,090. 6, Rick Middleton, Boston, 36,882. 7, Tomas Sandstram, New York Rangers 24,359. 8, Patrick Flatley, New York Islanders. 15,364. 9, Kevin Oineen Hartford, 13,831. Center 1, Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh, 173,972. 2, Peler Stostny, Quebec, 101,199. 3, Bobby Carpenter, Washington, 80,296,4, Bryan Trottier, New York Islanders, 62,895. 5, Ron Francis, Hartford, 50,836. 6, Brent Suiter, New York Islanders, 41,759. 7, Dave Andreychuk, Buffalo, 32,187. 8, Barry Pederson, Boston, 22,730. 9, Ken Linseman, Boston, 16,650. 10, Gilbert Perreault, Buffalo, 10,693. Defense 1, Roy Bourque, Boston, 193,199. 2, Rod Longwoy, Washington, 165,885. 3, Mark Howe, Philadelphia, 153,664. 4, Scott Stevens, Washington, 69,329. 5, Chris Chelios, Montreal, 84,672.6, Denis Polvin, New York Islanders, 78,041. 7, Larry Robinson, Montreal, 73,729. 8, Dave Babych, Hartford, 62,491. 9, Brad McCrimmon, Philadelphia, 53,623. 10 Brad Marsh, Philadelphia, 45,376. 11, Reijo Ruolsalainen, New York Rangers 43,956. 12, Mike Ramsey, Buffalo, 36,131. 13, Barry Beck, New York Rongers, 34,310. 14, Phil Housley, Philadelphia, 31,807. 15, Bill Hajl, Buffalo 26,523. 16, Mike O'Connell, Boston, 26,040. Gooltender 1, Pelle Lindbergh, Philadelphia, 134,982. 2, Mario Gosselin, Quebec, 119,115. 3, Tom Barrasso, Buffalo, 113,858. 4, Pete Peelers, Washington, 65,156. 5, Mike Liut, Hartford, 53,721.6, Billy Smilh, New York islanders, 29,702. 7, Glenn Resch, New Jersey, 28,535. 8, Pal Riggin. Boston, 27,520. 9, Al Jensen, Washington, 26,410. Etc. Golf PGA results PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) - Second- round scores Thursday in Ihe $600,000 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic: Craig Stadler 67-65—132 Larry Mlze 66-66—132 Transactions By The Anoclated Pren BASEBALL American league DETROIT TIGERS-Waived Marty Castillo, calcher-infielder, for the purpose ol giving him his unconditional release. MINNESOTA TWINS—Traded Dave Engle, catcher, to the Detroil Tigers for Chris Pittaro, infielder, and Alex Sanchez, outfielder. Assigned Joe Klink to Orlando ol the Southern league. National League NEW YORK METS—Traded Ronn Reynolds, catcher, and Jeff Bitliger, pitcher to Ihe Philadelphia Phillies far Rodger Cole, pitcher, and Lonnie Gideon, first baseman. Assigned Cole to Tidewater ol the International League and Gideon to Lynchburg ol the Carolina League. Traded Billy Beane, outfielder, and Bill Latham and Joe Klink, pitchers, to the Minnesota Twins for Tim Teufel, second baseman, and Pat Crosby, outfielder. Assigned Crosby to little Falls of the New York-Penn League. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Assigned Jeff Blttiger, pitcher, and Ronn Reynolds, catcher, to Portland ol the Pacific Coast League. FOOTBALL National Football League KANSAS CITY CHIEFS-Fired Marty Galbroilh, offensive line coach, and Dan Daniel, inside linebacker coach. United Stales Football League TAMPA BAY BANDITS—Signed Sieve Spurrier, head coach. HOCKEY National Hockey League VANCOUVER CANUCKS-Recalled Gary Lupul, center, and David Bruce, left wing, from Fredericlon ol Ihe American Hockey league. COLLEGE COLUMBIA—Named Deon McKissick offensive line coach. Craig Lesinski linebackers coach and Charles Miller head freshman football coach. GENEVA-Reinslaled Charles Hawthorne, forward, to Ihe basketball learn. MARSHALL-Nomed Don Poluszek defensive coordinator. YOUNGSTOWN STATE-Named Tim Davis defensive line coach. BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) —Dale Brown, the embattled Louisiana State coach who began the season cussing NCAA investigators and vowing to quit any day, says basketball is suddenly fun again. "This is my 29th year in the business, and I've enjoyed this season more than any other," he said. "I'm really grateful to have had the opportunity to feel about the game like I do right now." Brown seems no longer the same man who stared from the cover of Sports Illustrated last November when the magazine told about the "Crazy Days at LSU." Tito Horford's departure is still a mystery, the NCAA is still investigating the Tigers' recruiting and federal prosecutors are still looking into why athletic director Bob Brodhead bugged his own office. But Brown is a man at peace. " I no longer have to prove anything to anybody," he said in a recent interview. "I can sit back and count my blessings." What happened to the coach who said he had grown to feel like a pimp at recruiting time, who said he had come to hate everything about coaching, who told LSU officials he didn't want another contract? Mainly, he says, it was a matter of learning to unwind. "I have always tried too hard," he said. "With everything in my life, I've always tried too hard. I've had the self-realization that you've got to enjoy life more. It's almost a shackle I've taken off myself." Brown, 50, said a lot of the frustration he expressed earlier this season LSU coach Dale Brown was the result of disappointment over the loss of Horford, a 7-foot recruit from the Dominican Republic who abruptly walked off the team, and concern over the Brodhead bugging incident. Brodhead said he only wanted to catch one of his staffers leaking news to reporters, but a federal grand jury investigation was launched amid reports that the hidden microphones were planted to eavesdrop on NCAA investigators. Brown's aggravations eased as his team moved out to a 14-0 record, the Tigers' best start since World War I. It wasn't until LSU dropped a pair of Becker gets past Wilander to reach semis of Masters tourney NEW YORK (AP) - West German "Wunderkind" Boris Becker defeated Sweden's Mats Wilander and Educador's Andres Gomez, a last- minute replacement for Jimmy Connors, swept past Johan Kriek Thursday night to move into the semifinals of the $500,000 Nabisco Masters tennis championships. Becker, who burst into prominence last July when he became the youngest player to win the Wimbledon men's singles crown, blasted ' his way past Wilander, the reigning French Open champion, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 after Gomez eliminated Kriek 6-3, 62. Tonight, the last two semifinal berths will be filled when top-seeded Ivan Lend! of Czechoslovakia plays Tim Mayotte and Sweden's Anders Jarryd takes on Brad Gilbert, who beat John McEnroe on Wednesday. In Saturday's semifinals, Gomez will take on the Lendl-Mayotte winner, while the 18-year-old Becker will meet the Jarryd-Gilbert winner. In the tightest-fought match of this season-ending tournament so far, Wilander jumped out front by breaking the hard-serving Becker in the very first game. When he held his own serve at 15, Wilander, seeded third here at Madison Square Garden, had a 2-0 lead. But Becker was the crowd favorite, delighting the fans with his rocketing serves and acrobatic play, twice diving to the indoor carpet to make a play. And he didn't disappoint them when, in the fifth game, he fired three consecutive aces in holding serve, then evened the set by breaking Wilander at 15 in the sixth game. The redhead from Leiman, West Germany, added two more aces to his total in the ninth game. Then he closed out the opening set when he broke the Swede's service in the 10th game — a game that saw the contest road games against underdog Southeastern Conference rivals, and he didn't blow up, that his transformation became apparent. "I told my players, 'Do not worry about the won-loss record. Do not worry about repeating as SEC champions. Do not worry about the NCAA championship. Just worry about those things we can control.''' The team responded. Ranked No. 14, it has a 15-2 record. "He's shown a lot more confidence in us this year," said junior guard Anthony Wilson. "And when the coach is confident in you, you're going to play with a lot more confidence." Brown quit talking about quitting and signed a new five-year contract reportedly worth $675,000. He also quit talking about the NCAA and its marathon recruiting probe, well into its third year. "I've said I'm not going to talk about anything but basketball, and I'm trying to stand by that," he said. Brown denies that his vow of silence was the result of censure by the LSU Athletic Council, whose members called him on the carpet after the Sports Illustrated article appeared and chastized him for embarrassing the university with his bitter diatribes against NCAA rul- emakers. And he says he doesn't regret having gone on record with his complaints. "I hope it helped," he said. "That's what I did it for, to help the players. We've just about beaten all the fun out of college sports. It's a game. It's supposed to be fun." halted briefly when a light fixture high over the court exploded, showering the carpet with shards of glass. Wilander, ranked third in the world and winner of four Grand Slam titles in his career, just lifted his game a little higher, finding the lines with his groundstrokes and occasionally going to the net for usually successful volleys. He continually changed the pace and the spin in an effort to keep Becker off balance. Gomez, a strong left-hander who wasn't scheduled to play in this season-ending, 16-player tournament until four hours before he played his first-round match Tuesday night, overpowered Kriek with his serve and forehand. He broke the Naples, Fla., right-hander in the sixth game of the opening set and in the first and third games of the second. "I'm not thinking about who I have to play next," Gomez said. "This is just like a free week for me. I'm here because somebody pulled out and they had no player. I'm just here to fulfill a commitment." The winner of Sunday's title battle will collect $100,000, \/ Cochran (Continued from Page 11) though there will be some changes in the program." But Cochran doesn't see the changes as helping the program. "One thing athletics teaches people is to compete," he said. "In my opinion, taking the soup and taking the beef out of it until you have just strained water is not meeting the problem. "If they're going to have it, have it ... have a quality program. If they're not going to have a quality program, they ought to phase it out." JCwrestlers edge Cougars Salina South's wrestling team came close to registering its first dual victory of the • season Thursday night, but Junction City was able to pull out a 33-27 victory over the Cougars at the South gym. After South's Larry Gawith pinned Jay Gooley in the 155- pound match, Junction City wrestlers got pins in the final three matches. "We figured once we got past 155, it would come down to the heavyweights, and it did," said South coach Fred Waite, whose team lost its seventh dual of the season. "It doesn't seem fair; it seems like there's always a lot of pressure on the heavyweight's shoulders." The heavyweight bout between South's Jim Helm and JC's Darren Pelfrey was tied 15-15 late in the second period when Pelfrey got the pin. "We wrestled well," Waite said. "It was an exciting match." Also claiming victores for South were Tim Kelly at 112 pounds; JohnHulse, 119; Kelly Mead, 132; Eric Householter, 138; and Donnie Moden, 145. Mead ran his record to 8-0 with an 11-5 decision over Kelly Frakes. South will be in Clearwater on Saturday for an invitational tournament. JUNCTION CITY 33, SALINA SOUTH 27 98 — Chad Carter, JC, technical fall over Hager. 105 — Chris Carter JC pinned Jilka. 112 - Kelly, SS, pinned Selock. 119 — Hulse, SS, dec. Tabus 87. 126 — Smith, JC, dec. Gibson, 12-2 132 —Mead, SS, dec. Frakes, 11-5.138 — Householter, SS, dec. Reed, 9-5. 145 — Moden, SS, pinned Forshype. 155 Gawith, SS, pinned Gooley. 167 — Jackson, JC, pinned Ludes. 185 — Dlxson, JC, pinned Harner. Hwt — Pelfery, JC, pinned Helm. Prep boys basketball standings Ark Volley League Overall W L W L Hutchlnson 50 60 McPherson 41 51 Arkansas City 41 42 Newton 31 61 Wlnfield 13 24 El Dorado 14 17 Derby 14 14 Campus 05 06 Blue Valley League Overall W 1 W L Hanover 40 61 Valley Heights 31 52 Linn 22 43 Washington 22 34 Clifton-Clyde 13 36 Rlley County 04 08 Cheyenne League Overall W L W L Eastern Heights 20 60 Northern Valley 20 63 Kensington 11 51 Lenora 11 41 Logan 11 24 Morland 11 34 Jennings 02 18 Palco 02 06 CoHonwood Valley League Overall W L W L Marion 30 43 Chase County 21 3-4 Council Grove 22 62 Centre .22 35 Herington 04 07 Eisenhower League Overall W L Luckey 6 0 Blue Valley 4 1' Wakefield 4 2 Westmoreland 3 2 St. Xavler 2 4 Hope 2 4 White City 2 4 St. George 0 6 Heart of America League W L BereanAcad. 6 0 W 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 0 L 1 2 2 4 5 5 7 7 Overall W 7 L 0 Trinity 4 1 Burden 5 2 Goessel 5 2 Cent. Christian 3 4 Pretty Prairie 1 5 Little River 1 6 Canton-Galva 0 5 1-70 League W L Topeka High 3 0 Manhattan 2 1 Junction City 1 2 Topeka West 1 2 Salina Central 1 2 Salina South 1 2 Liberty League W L Cheylln 0 0 Sharon Springs 0 0 Tribune 0 0 Grlnnell 0 0 Brewster 0 0 Mid-Continent League W I Smith Center 5 0 Ellis 3 i Norton 3 2 Plalnville 3 2 WaKeeney 3 2 Hill City 3 2 Stockton 2 3 Osborne 1 3 Victoria 1 4 Phlllipsbutg 0 5 Mld-Kaniai Dlvlilon 1 Hlllsboro Hesston Lyons Haven Halstead Peabody Sedgwlck Remington . League W L 2 0 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 Dlvlilon II League W L 2 0 2 1 2 1 6 2 7 3 7 3 4 4 3 6 2 8 0 7 Overall W L 7 0 4 2 4 4 4 4 3 5 1 4 Overall W L 6 2 5 2 5 3 3 2 4 3 Overall W L 6 1 5 1 4 2 4 2 4 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 2 5 0 7 Overall W L 7 1 7 1 6 2 6 2 1 6 Overall W L 2 5 4 4 3 5 Moundrldge 12 44 Inman 03 17 Mid-State AA League Overall W L W L TMP-Marlan 20 42 Nickerson 11 61 Pratt 11 52 Holsingtcm 11 42 Lamed 11 43 Russell 02 07 NCAA League Overall W L W L Belolt 50 80 SE of Saline 40 80 Sacred Heart 22 43 Minneapolis 23 27 Belleville 13 35 Smoky Valley 13 26 Ellsworth 04 26 NCKL League Overall W L W L Chapman 40 62 Concordia 31 53 Clay Center 22 45 Abilene 23 44 Marysville 13 45 Wamego 14 26 Northweit Kaniai League Overall W L W L Colby 20 80 Hoxle 20 32 Oberlln 20 44 Goodland 11 61 Oakley 11 35 St. Francis 02 33 Atwood 02 27 Scott City 0 2 Pike Troll League W L Mankato North Central St. John's-Beloit Hillcrest Glatco White Rock Jewell Mlltonvale Pike Valley 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 0 8 Overall W L 8 9 5 4 6 2 2 1 0 1 1 3 3 2 4 5 S B Pott Rack League Overall W L W I Benmngton 40 61 Ell-Saline 21 43 Tescott 11 23 SJ-Military 02 02 Solomon 03 05 Qulvlra League Overall W L W L Otis-Bison 10 22 Wilson 00 32 Chase o 0 26 Quivira Heights 01 16 Twin Lakei League Overall W L W L Sylvan Grove 20 70 Natoma 20 40 Lincoln 20 45 Lucas-Luray 20 35 Tlplon 02 34 Downs 02 24 Gorham 02 15 WacondaEast 02 05 Western Athletic League Overall W L w I Liberal 3 0 81 Great Bend 1 ] 43 Dodge City 01 44 Hays 02 44 Garden City 1 i 3 5 WKEA League Overall W L W L Quinter 20 7 , Dighton 20 5 , Wheatland 10 *; Ness City 1 i , J LaCrosse 01 23 Jetmore 02 34 u * o 4 W«t«rn Kaniai League Overall Golden Plains 20 " .2 Weskan ** n - Triplains Healy Utica Herndon « u 54 00 07 01 35 0 ' 35 02 17

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