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Jays edge Mustangs, 61-57 The Salina Journal Saturday, January 18,1986 Page 14: | By GLENN KEARNS Sports Writer If the Salina Central boys' basketball team could play all the time like it did during a four-minute stretch Friday night, the Mustangs might be in contention for the 1-70 League title instead of tied for last place with Salina South. Unfortunately, the Mustangs couldn't keep up the momentum as second-quarter turnovers and fourth- quarter defensive gambles failed, enabling the Blue Jays to come up with a 61-57 victory at Central's gymnasium. It was a disappointing loss for the Mustangs, who dropped to 1-3 in the league and 3-6 overall. Central, which Coach Dennis Wahlgren says is continuing to improve, did the things that Wahlgren felt the Mustangs needed to do to win the game. But the 'Stangs ran into a Blue Jay team that played one of its better games of the year, statistically, shooting 49 percent from the field. While the victory brought Junction City to the .500 mark (4-4) after an 0-4 start, Wahlgren was proud of his Mustangs' effort. "I felt like we maintained good defensive pressure throughout the game. But Junction had the good shooters tonight and probably had their best night of the year," Wahlgren said. "I felt we had to at least break even on the boards since they are a good rebounding team, and I think felt we did an excellent job on the boards." Indeed, the Mustangs out- Scoreboard rebounded the Blue Jays 31-24. But a rash of turnovers in the second quarter proved fatal. "The last 10 possessions of the second quarter we got four points and turned the ball over six times," Wahlgren said. "We did not capitalize on our possessions." Junction City, now 2-2 and tied for second place in the 1-70, opened up a 10-5 lead with 2:35 to play in the first quarter. Then Central hit a streak during which it played almost perfect basketball. Led by senior Mike Armster and junior James Veal, who had lost his starting position, Central ran off 16 straight points to take a 21-10 lead before the Blue Jays could score again at the 6:23 mark in the second quarter. "James Veal did a fine job and played a solid, all-round game for us," Wahlgren said of Veal, who scored 10 of his game-high 18 points in the first half. Things went downhill for the Mustangs from that point. Central turned the ball over 10 times in the quarter and Junction City narrowed the gap to28-27athalftime. The Blue Jays picked up their pace in the third quarter and took a 38-36 lead into what evolved into a frantic fourth quarter. The two teams combined for 46 points in the final eight minutes of play. Trailing 40-36, Central scored six straight points on a pair of free throws by Veal, a basket by Bill Grammer and another by David Brummett. After a basket by Junction's Jeff Domer, Central again took the lead on a free throw by Armster. Darin Brummett put in an errant Mustang shot and Central led 45-42 with five minutes to play. The Blue Jays proved equal to the challenge and took the lead, this time for good, when Domer made two free throws, after the 6-5 Armster fouled out, to take a 46-45 lead. Central narrowed the margin to 4847 with 3:43 to play before Rob Smith hit three fastbreak baskets against the Central press to keep the Mustangs at least three points behind until the final minute. Central eventually narrowed the margin to 59-57 on two Veal free throws with 14 seconds to play, but another fastbreak by Junction's Terry Turner finished out the game's scoring. The Mustangs' next action will be 7:45 p.m. Wednesday against Clay Center in the first round of the seventh annual Salina Invitational Tournament at the Bicentennial Center. JUNCTION CITY (41) Moon 4-6 5-5 13, Domer 3-8 6-6 12, Turner 612 2-5 14, Smith 8-13 0-0 16, McCall 2-7 0-1 4, Knighton 0-1 0-1 0, Clause 1-2 0-0 2, Snipes 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 24-49 13-18 61 SAUNA CENTRA! (57) Fink 1-5 4-4 6, David Brummett 2-3 2-2 6, Jones 0-1 2-3 2, Grammer 2-9 1 -2 5, Armster 4-9 6-8 14, Veal 6-106-8 18, Deines 1-20-02, Darin Brummett 2-2 0-1 4, Richardson 0-0 0-0 0 TOTALS 18-41 21-2857. Junction City 10 17 11 23 — 61 Sallna Central 17 no B 21 — 57 TOTAL FOULS — Junction City 20, Salina Central 19. FOULED OUT — Armster, Grammer (SC). REBOUNDS — Junction City 24 (McColl 7), Salina Central 31 (Armster 9). TURNOVERS — Junction City 17, Salina Central 26. Ellsworth girls post 58-42 win ByKENCORBITT Sports Writer ELLSWORTH - Sacred Heart burned Ellsworth early for some easy baskets from point-blank range, but Bearcat girls' basketball coach Terry Maddux countered with a change in defenses. Maddux switched his team from a zone to man-to-man, and the Knights' early 8-0 lead quickly evaporated as Ellsworth went on to post a 5842 North Central Activities Association victory Friday night. Ellsworth, ranked 4th in the state in Class 3A, remained unbeaten in five NCAA games while improving to 8-1 overall. Sacred Heart dropped to 2-3 in the league and 2-6 overall. The Knights blindsided the Bearcats right off the bat as Renee BeHerive got three baskets inside the lane and Terry Cook another to make it 8-0 only 3% minutes into the first quarter against the Bearcats' zone defense. Seeing his team victimized for the. four lay-in buckets, Maddux wasted no time in calling a timeout to change strategy. "She (Bellerive) walked right in the middle and they didn't deny the pass," SHHS coach John Laird said. "When he (Maddux) called timeout, I told our kids that now they'll start denying the pass to Renee." After the timeout, the Bearcats finally got in the scoring column on a jumper by Debbie Davis. Bellerive scored off an offensive rebound to make it 10-2, but then the Bearcats broke loose for 10 straight points to take a 12-10 lead at the end of the quarter as the Ellsworth man-to-man defense thwarted the Knights' offense. Six more unanswered points by the Bearcats to open the second quarter made it an 18-10 Ellsworth lead. Trailing 28-20 with 3:46 left before halftime, the Knights got four straight points to make it 28-24 at the 1:57 mark. But the Bearcats quickly recovered with five straight points of their own to take a 33-24 lead at halftime, and they increased their cushion to 51-34 by the end of the third quarter. Five straight Knight points got them within 12, 54-42, with 3:54 remaining, but SHHS failed to score again. "They are a physical team, and we knew they would be," Maddux said of the Knights. "Theyhitthree or four quick ones, but we kept our composure. We started in a 1-2-2 matchup zone. We stretched our zone out and put pressure on top. That's when they came in the lane onus. "But then we really played a tough man defense. They (Knights) had a lot of trouble handling it, especially their big kids underneath. I was real pleased with our defense — that's the key to winning ballgames." Offensively, the Bearcats were slow out of the gate. But Davis, a 57 sophomore guard, provided the spark. Davis connected on 9-of-12 shots from the field for 18 points. And when Davis began hitting from the outside, the middle opened up for Ellsworth's inside players. Kim Gwinner, a 5-9 senior, and Connie Whitmer, a 5-10 senior, took care of things inside for Ellsworth. Gwinner scored 17 points, 11 in the second half, while Whitmer had 13 points and 13 rebounds. "They shot the ball well from the outside and got it inside, too," Laird said of the Bearcats. "They're a well-balanced team." Bellerive, a 5-10 junior, led SHHS with 18 points and 12 rebounds and Cook added 11 points. Guard Theresa Vance had five assists and five steals for the Knights. "I'm very pleased with how we played tonight," Laird said. "We did what we wanted offensively, but we missed a lot of easy shots." SACRED HEART (42) Clark 4-13 1-29, Cook 5-13 1-311, Martin 1 -5 0-0 2, Vance 1-120-02, Bellerive 6-16 6-8 18, Begnoche 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 17-59 8-13 42. ELLSWORTH (58) Davis 9-12 0-0 18, Gwinner 7-18 3-4 17, Friesen 2-5 0-0 4, Whitmer 3-10 7-10 13, Lindenmeyer 2-8 0-0 4, London 1-3 0-0 2. TOTALS 24-5610-1458. Sacred Heart 10 14 10 8 — 42 Elliworth 12 21 18 7 — 58 TOTAL FOULS — Sacred Heart 11, Ellsworth 14. FOULED OUT — None. REBOUNDS — Sacred Heart 38 (Bellervie 12), Ellsworth 33 (Whitmer 13). TURNOVERS — Sacred Heart 23, Ellsworth 13. TECHNICAL FOUL — Ellsworth bench. Basketball NBA standings By The Associated Press Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York All Tlm.l CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Dlvlilon W L Pet. 29 8 .784 26 24 20 14 14 17 21 25 Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana .650 .585 .486 ., - .359 Central Division 27 14 .659 21 16 .568 18 21 .462 16 23 .410 15 26 .366 10 29 .256 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midw.it Division CB 10 12 16 Houston 26 13 .667 — Denver 23 16 .590 3 San Antonio 22 19 .537 5 Dallas 18 18 .500 6V, Utah 20 22 .476 7V, Sacramento 13 26 .333 13 Pacific Division 1.A. Lakers 31 6 .838 — Portland 25 18 .581 9 Phoenix 15 22 .405 16 Seattle 15 25 .375 17V, GoldenState 14 28 .333 19V, l.A. Clippers 13 28 .317 20 Friday's Games Washington 116. New Jersey 96 Detroit 129. Denver 113 Boston 123, Indiana 105 Philadelphia 120, Chicago 1 IB, OT Son Antonio 113, New York 100 Utah 139, Dallas 112 Phoenix 103. Seattle 100 Sacramento at Golden State, (n) Saturday's Games Denver at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Boston at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Indiana ol Cleveland, 7 p.m. New York at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Utah at LA. Clippers. 9:30 p.m. Seattle at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. Phoenix at Portland, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores PISTONS 129, NUGGETS 113 Denver(H3) English 10-22 6-7 26, Williams 6-8 4-6 16, Cooper 5-10 4-4 14, Dunn 1-3 0-0 2 Lever 6-13 1-2 13, Turner 2-4 1-2 5 Hanzlik 8-15 4-7 20. Schayes 2-3 1-2 5, Evans 4-11 2-2 10. While 1-2 0-0 2, Rasmussen 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 45-92 23-32 113. Detroit (129) Tripucka5-135-613, Benson 1-20-02. Loimbeer 8-18 6-6 22, Dumars 7-13 6-9 20, Thomas 4-9 3-311, Cureton 9-16 7-8 25, Campbell 4-9 0-0 8, Johnson 8-17 1-1 17, Mahorn 3-3 1-2 7, Nevitt 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 50-102 29-35129. Denver 27 41 18 27-113 Detroit 35 35 26 33—129 Fouled out — None. Rebounds—Denver 50 (Lever 9). Detroit 64 (Laimbeer 19). Assists—Denver 27 (Lever 7), Detroit 34 (Thomas 11). Total fouls—Denver 25, Detroit 27. Techni- cals—Tripucka, Copper. A—11,706. BULLETS 116, NETS 96 N«w J.n.y (96) King 4-10 1-1 9. B.Williams 7-140-0 14, Gminski 1-10 3-4 5. Birdsong 7-17 0-0 14, Cook 4-8 0-0 8. Dawkins 4-4 6-6 14 M.Johnson 1-7 2-2 4, Ransey 3-9 0-1 6, O'Koren 8-12 0-0 16, Turner 0-1 0-0 0, Callage 3-40-1 6. Totals 42-96 12-15 96. Washington (116) Daye5-85-715.Roundfield4-106-714, Bol 0-2 0-0 0, Malone 10-19 5-6 25, G.Williams 7-12 3-6 17, Wood 10-15 8-8 30, Jones 2-5 1-2 5, Bradley 3-5 2-2 10. Totals41-7630-38116. New Jersey 19 22 27 28— 96 Washington IJ 30 31 37—116 Three-point goals—Wood 2, Bradley 2, Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New Jersey 56 (B.Williams 15), Washington 44 (Roundfield 11). Assists—New Jersey 30 (Cook 8), Washington 24 (Wood 8). Total fouls—New Jersey 24, Washington 13. Technicals—Washington Coach Shue, New Jersey 2 illegal defense, New Jersey CoachWohl. A-7.201. CELTICS 123, PACERS 105 Boston (123) Bird 8-17 2-2 21, McHole 9-16 10-10 28, Parish B-13 4-4 20, Ainge 2-8 0-0 4, Johnson 5-11 1-2 11, Sichting 3-4 0-0 6. Walton 5-6 2-2 12. Wedman 6-7 0-0 13, Carlisle 3-5 0-0 6, Kite 0-0 0-0 0, Thirdkill 0-1 2-42. Totals49-8821-24 123. Indiana (105) Anderson 6-9 0-0 12. Tisdale 9-21 2-2 20, Stipanovfch2-90-04, Fleming 400 3411, Richardson 6-9 4-4 16. Kellogg 7-11 0-0 14. Cray 10 2-24. Slosnbury 7-12 2-3 16, Garnett 2-6 0-0 4. Martin 2-5 0-0 4 McClain 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 46-9313-15 105 Boston 32 32 32 27-123 Indiana 22 32 21 23-105 Three-point goals—Bird 3, Wedman. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Boston 41 (Bird 9), Indiana 50 (Stipanavich 13). Assists—Boston 34 (Bird 8), Indiana 28 (Fleming 7). Total fouls—Boston II, Indiana 24. A—16.904. SPURS 111, KNICKS 100 N.w York (100) Bailey 2-60-0 4, Orr 4-13 2-4 10, Ewing 10-195-925, Sparrow 4-10 4-4 12, Tucker 3-7 0-0 6, Thornton 0-10-00, Grunfeld 0-4 1-1 I, Wilkins 5-84-7 14, Walker 8-11 3-4 19, Bannister 2-3 5-11 9. Totals 36-82 2440100. San Antonio (113) Johnson 5-5 7-7 17, Mitchell 9-20 3-5 21, Gilmore 6-910-17 22, Matthews 5-6 22 12, Robertson 5-11 8-918, Higgins 1-3 12 3, Sundvold 3-8 0-0 6, Greenwood 2-3 46 8, lovaroni 2-4 0-3 4, Brittoin 10 0-0 2 Hughes 0-1 0-0 O.Totals 39-71 35-51 113 New York 22 30 32 16-100 San Antonio 40 25 24 24—113 Fouled out—Bailey, Ewing, Bannister. Rebounds—New York 45 (Ewing 7), San Antonio 63 (Gilmore 13). Assists—New York 26 (Tucker 5). San Antonio 21 (Sundvold 5). Total fouls—New York 34, San Antonio 32. Technicals—New York 2 illegal defense, lavaroni, Robertson Matthews. A—9,631. SUNS 103, SONICS 100 Seattle (100) Henderson 2-7 0-0 4, Phelps 1-4 0-0 2, Vrones 4-9 10 9, McDoniel 4-9 2-2 10, Sikmo 7-15 8-8 22. Brickowski 0-0 0-0 0, McCormick 2-4 0-0 4, Wood 10-22 5-5 25, Sobers 2-5 0-0 4, Young 8-11 2-2 20, Pope 0-1 0-00. Totals 40-87 18-18100. Phoenix (103) Thompson 6-94-4 16. Humphries 4-702 8, Nance 9-11 7-8 25, Adams 6-16 7-9 19, Edwards 4-8 6-8 14, Sanders 2-4 0-0 4, Robey 1-32-24, Pinckney 1-23-45, Davis 3-6 0-0 6, Pittman 1-1 0-0 2.Totals 37-67 29-37103. Seattle 20 39 19 22-100 Phoenix 35 22 15 31-103 Three-point goals—Young 2. Fouled out—McDaniel, Wood. Rebounds-Seattle 32 (Wood 8), Phoenix 53 (Nance 13). Assists—Seattle 21 (Young 6), Phoenix 27 (Adams 8). Total fouls—Seattle 28, Phoenix 21. Techni- cals—Seattle Coach Bickerstaff, Edwards, Phoenix Coach MacLeod A—11,547. JAZZ 139, MAVERICKS 112 Dallas (112) Schrempf 5-121-211, Perkins 2-8 2-2 6, Donaldson 3-5 3-3 9, Davis 5-8 3-3 14, Blackman5-128-1018, Benson7-93-4 17, Harper 4-83-311, Wennington 5-7 0-010, Ellis 3-110-07, Blab 1-31-43, Keeling 3-5 0-0 6. Totals 43-88 24-31 112. Utah(139) Dantley 10-15 11-11 31, Malone 13-18 0-0 26, Eaton 4-7 1-39, Green 9-134-4 22, Hanson 3-5 0-0 6, Bailey 6-11 5-6 17, Roberts 0-2 1-21, Wilkins 4-8 0-0 8, Mannion 3-8 6-6 12, Stockton 0-2 0-0 0, Scurry 2-2 3-4 7, Hayes 0-1 0-0 O.Totals 54-9231-36139. Dallas 31 18 29 34—112 Utah 45 57 27 40-139 Three-point goals—Davis, Ellis. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Dallas 40 (Wennington 6). Utah 55 (Malone 12). Assists— Dallas 18 (Schrempf 5), Utah 34 (Green 8). Total fouls—Dallas 28. Utah 26. A-12.466. SIXERS 120, BULLS 118 Philadelphia (120) Jones 4-10 2-2 10. Barkley 9-21 5-7 23, Malone 8-19 7-12 23, Erving 5-13 6-8 16, Cheeks 11-156-8 28, Threat! 4-104-4 12, Moss 1-2 0-0 2, K.Green 1-3 0-0 2, Johnson 1 -3 2-2 4. Totals 44-96 32-43 120 Chicago (118) Woolridge 5-10 3-3 13, S.Green 7-9 2-4 16, Oldhom 2-3 0-0 4, Mocy 4-5 0-0 8, Gervin 12-20 7-10 31, Conine 5-8 10 11. Dailey 2-9 7-8 11, Paxson 4-10 0-0 8, Banks 5-9 2-2 12, Oakley 1-3 2-2 4.Totals 47-8624-30118. Philadelphia 32 29 31 17 11-120 Chicago 30 24 34 21 9-118 Fouled out—S.Green. Rebounds—Philadelphia 61 (Malone 16), Chicago 47 (S.Green, Banks 8). Assists—Philadelphia 21 (Cheeks 8), Chicago 30 (Macy 9). Total fouls-Philadelphia 23, Chicago 32. Technical- s—Philadelphia, illegal defense. A— 13.765. THURSDAY'S LATE RESULT LAKERS 112, CLIPPERS 96 L.A. Clippers (96) Maxwell 2-5 3-4 7, While 7-15 1-2 15, Nimphius 907 3-4 21. M.Johnson 3-4 0-0 6. Nixon 5-11 1-2 11. Benjamin 5-11 2-4 12, Bridgeman 4-9 0-0 8, Edwards 3-7 0-0 6, Gordon 2-6 0-0 4, Cage 2-2 0-0 4, Valentine 0-0 0-0 0, Bryant 10 0-0 2. Totals 43-88 10-16 96. L.A.Lakers(112) Lucas 4-13 2-4 10, Worthy 9-19 1-1 19, Abdul-Jabbar 10-16 6-8 26, Cooper 2-7 00 5. Scott 11 -16 1 -2 23, McGee 1-60-0 2, Green 8-10 5-7 21, Kupchak 2-5 0-0 4, Lester 1 -4 0-02. Totals 48-9615-22 112. L.A. Clippers 13 31 25 27- 96 L.A. Lakers 27 26 31 28-112 Three-point goals—Cooper. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—L.A. Clippers 40 (Benjamin 9). L.A. Lakers 66 (Lucas 14). Assists—l.A. Clippers 29 (Nixon 12), L.A. Lakers 33 (Cooper 13). Total fouls—L.A. Clippers 20, L.A. Lakers 16. A-17,505. College scores By The Associated Press EAST Babson 68, Middlebury 60 Brown 67, Columbia 61 Cabrini 71, E. Nazarene 60 Cornell 64, Yale 51 Ffedonio St. 76, Vossar 47 Gettysburg 69, Messiah 50 Misericordia 95, Keuka93 Old Weslbury 89. York, N.Y. 66 Plattsburgh SI. 85, Cortland St. 61 Polsdam St. 91, Binghamlon St. 51 RPI 58. St. Lawrence 49 Skidmore 70, MIT 66 Slony Brook 66, Hartwick 62 Susquehanna 72, Delaware Val. 66 Utica Tech72, Oswego St. 63 Vermont 58, Maine 47 Today's schedule SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 BASKETBALL Oklahoma State at Kansas, 1:05 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Bethel, 8 p.m. Kansas State at Colorado, 9:05 p.m. Oklahoma State women at Kansas, 3:30 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan women at Bethel, 6 p.m. Kansas State women at Colorado, 6:35 p.m. WRESTLING Salina South at Cfearwater Tournament. SOUTH Alabama ASM 108, Benedict 79 Chris. Newport 77, Greensboro 64 Covenant 69, King, Tenn. 85 Cumberland 78, Pikeville 73 Dillard66,Belhaven64 Emory & Henry 70, Bridgewater, Va. 60 N.C. Greensboro 78, Va. Wesleyon 73 Palm Beach Atl. 85. Warner So. 70 Pensacola Christ. 83, Trinity Bapl. 68 Presbyterian 103, Ml. Olive75 S.C.-Aiken 57, Fronds Marlon 54 Virginia Union 90, C.W. Post 81 MIDWEST Buena Vista 66, Central 64 Carroll 65, Millikin 61 Cincinnati Bible 101, St.L. Christian 68 Cornell. Iowa 83, Coe 79, OT DePauw 110, Webster 63 Dubuque79, William Penn76 Emporia St. 69. Pittsburg St. 67 Fort Hays St. 86, Mo. Western 78 Huron 82, Dakota St. 62 Indiana-SE 88, Manchester 65 Kearney St. 76, Wayne, Neb. 62 Lake Forest 68, Lawrence 66 Luther69, U.lowa61 Mankato St. 69, S, Dakota St. 57 Mo. Baptist 81, Central St., Ohio 80 Monmouth, III. 104, Grinnell 94. 30T Morningside76, Neb.-Omaha 67 Peru St. 69, Chadron SI. 68 Rose-Hulman 65, Sewanee 62 St. Cloud St. 75, Augustana, S.D. 72 St. Norbert 51, Chicago 46 Wobosh 75, Washington, Mo. 73 Woshburn 83, Mo. Southern 74 Wis.-OshkoshB3.Wis.-Stout74 Wis..platteville 82, Wis.-La Crosse 58 Wis.-Stevens Pt. 87, Wis.-Superior 46 Wis.-Whitewaler 61. Wis.-R. Falls 76 SOUTHWEST Panhandle St. 76. Langston 58 FAR WEST Montana 87. Weber St. 61 Montana St. 83, Idaho St. 70 Regis 89, St. John's Kan. 55 South Dakota 73. N. Colorado 65 TOURNAMENTS Chase Lincoln First Bank Tournament Second Round St. John Fisher 80, Brockporl SI. 79 Nazareth 93, Hobart 79 Consolation Round Rochester Tech 69, Rbts. Wesleyan 65 Liberty Bank Classic First Round Wesleyon 62, E. Connecticut 60 WOMEN EAST Maine 56, Vermont 54 Wagner 71, C.W. Post 64 Yale 57. Cornell 47 SOUTH Louisiana Tech 77, Old Dominion 70 MIDWEST DePaul95,Xavier, Ohio 55 Illinois 82, Wisconsin 69 Illinois St. 94, SW Missouri St. 59 Iowa 60, Michigan SI. 57 Notre Dame 72, Detroit 58 Ohio SI. 84. Indiana 80 Purdue 80, Northwestern 72 Wichita St. 62, Indiana St. 48 FAR WEST Montana 87. Weber St. 69 TOURNAMENTS Dial Classic First Round Robert Morris 59, Chicago St. 50 Siena 71, Loyola, Md. 57 Prep scores Kansas High School Basketball Scores By The Associated Press BOYS Abilene 80. Womego 57 Argonia67, SoulhHoven45 Alchison62, Leavenworth41 Augusta 52, Goa'dard 49 Axtell55,Bern45 Baldwin 64, Lyndon42 Baxter Springs 67, Girord37 Bazine 78, Quivira Heights 49 Belleville 51, Smoky Valley 48 Beloit 58, Southeast ol Saline 57 Belle Plaine 39, Medicine Lodge 37 Berean Academy 57, Burrton 54 Blue Valley-Randolph 66, Hope 46 Brewster 46, Grinnell 36 Burlingame 56, School for the Deaf 31 Caldwell 55. Cedar Vale 47 Cenlralio 54. BSB Baileyville 48 Central Christian 56. Little River Windom 53 Central of Burden 58, Blueslem 39 Cheney 50, Conway Springs 46 Christian Cnaliege 67, Elk Valley 23 Claflin90, St. John 64 Clay Center 58. Marysville 47 Clearwaler52.RoseHill4l Clifton-Clyde 54. Linn 52 OT Caffeyville47, Independence 44 Columbus 56. Ft. Scott 55 Concordia 67, Chapman 59 Council Grove 50, Heringlon 39 Crest75,Pleasanton59 Cunningham 56, Sharon 43 Downs73,Gorham51 Eastern Heights 103. Jennings 44 Ellinwood70. MacksvilleoO Fairfield 69, Kinsley 63 Gorhom 51, Downs 43 Gardner 60, Wellsville 41 Garnett 86, Prairie View 28 Great Bend 66, Dodge City 53 Gridley 46, Hartford 33 Hanover 63, Valley Heights 62 20T Hartford 58, Gridley 37 Horton 65, Volley Falls 46 Hoxie51,Colby50 Hugoton 67, Meode 36 Jackson Heights 74, Oskoloosa 31 Jefferson North 65, McLouth 54 Jetmore 59, LaCrosse 45 Junction City 61, Salina Central 57 Kensington 78, Morland 61 Lawrence 78, SM East 65 Lebo 74, Hamilton 56 Linwood 63, Savior ol the World 51 Lucos-Luroy 69, Lincoln 47 Madison 63, Flinthills 62 Mankato 60, Glasco 53 Manhattan-Luckey 50, St. George 25 Marais des Cygnes Valley 67, Waverly 44 Maur Hill 49, Hiawatha 40 McPherson 90. El Dorado 36 Midway-Denton 64, Fillmore, Neb. 29 Mission Valley 56, Santa Fe Trail 45 Mulvane 49, Wellington 41 Nickerson 10), Russell62 North Central 76, Jewell 52 Norton 46, Victoria 33 North Central 76, Jewell 52 Oakley 76, St. Francis 52 Olathe North 62, Banner Springs 55 20T Olpe 58, Northern Heights 52 Osawalomie 50, Garnett 34 Otis-Bison 64, Ransom 37 Perry-Lecompton 60, KC Piper 53 Plainville56, Ellis 39 Pomona 48, Humboldt 40 Proll49, Hoisington36 Remington 39, Peabody 36 Royal Valley 79, Nemoha Valley 56 SM West 59, SM Northwest 49 Sacred Heart 71, Ellsworth 53 Scott City 64, Oberlin 47 Sedgwick 56, Inman 47 Silver Lake70, St. Marys 50 Smith Center 89, Phillipsburg28 Southwestern Heights 50, Stanton County 46 SI. Paul 35, Moron 33 Sterling 58, Stafford 41 Stockton 52, Osborne 51 Sylvan Grove 70, Notoma 62 Tescott 58, Ell Saline 57 Tiplon 72, Waconda East 39 Topeka Hoyden 42, Emporia 31 Topeka High 59, Manhattan 57 Topeka Highland Pork 53, Woshburn Rural 45 Topeka Seaman 73, Shawnee Heights 68 Udall53,WeslElk49 Utica 78, Healy62 Wabaunsee 60, Rossville 34 Wokefield 51, White City 37 Wamego 56, Abilene 52 Whealland 63, Quinter 48 Wichita Carroll 58, Wichita North 53 Wichita East 74, Wichita South 50 Wichita Heights 61, Wichita Southeast 58 Wichita West 61, Wichita Kapaun 43 Williamsburg52, LeRoy50 Wilson 50, Chase 47 GIRLS Axtell44.Bern30 BSB Baileyville 52, Centralia 41 Baxter Springs 69, Girard 56 Bennington 48, Miltonvale 42 6uhler 59, Valley Center 46 Burlingame 51, Kansas School for the Deaf 39 Burrton 78, Berean Academy 29 Caldwell 54, Cedar Vale 29 Canton Galva 81, Goessel 43 Central-Burden 56. Bluestem 52 OT Chase 35, Wilson 26 Christian Challenge 41, Elk Valley 35 Circle 58, Andole 51 Claflin58, St. John 33 Concordio 62, Chapman 38 Cunningham 62, Sharon 34 Dighlon61,NessCity21 Douglass 57, South Barber 46 El Saline 39, Tescott 35 Ellsworth 56, Sacred Heart 42 Frankfort 56, Welmore 34 Goodland 40, Alwood 36 Gorham 60, Downs 44 Great Bend 53, Dodge City 48 Grinnell 54, Brewster 44 Hanover 61, Valley Heights 44 Haysville Campus 64, Arkansas City 57 Heringlon 48, Council Grove 46 OT Highland 60, Troy 44 Hollon 46, Jefferson West 28 Hope 48. Blue Valley-Randolph 26 Hutchison-Trinity 45, Pretty Prairie 37 Inman 67, Sedgwick 45 Jackson Heights 36, Oskaloosa 19 Jayhawk-Lynn 36, Clifton-Clyde 27 Lebo 60, Hamilton 26 Leoli47,Sublette45 Little-River Windom 44, Central Christian 41 Lyons 70, Halstead52 Macksville39, Ellinwood34 Monkato 62, Glasco 12 Marion 64, Lamed 46 Morysville 34, Clay Center 25 McPherson 70, El Dorado 44 Meade 44, Hugoton 14 Medicine Lodge 56, Belle Plaine 35 Mldway-Denton 49, Fillmore, Neb., 20 Mission Volley 44, Santo Fe Troil 32 Morland 59, Kensington 24 Nemaha Valley 58, Royal Valley 30 Newton 43, Hutchinson 33 North Central 46, Jewell 31 Northern Valley 47, Logan 43 Oberlin 59, Scott City 56 OT Olpe 50, Northern Heights 49 Osawalomie 50, Garnett 34 Otis-Bison 48, Ransom 46 Oxford 45, Dexter 39 Pawnee Heights 38, Hoviland 21 Perry-Lecompton 59, KC Piper 55 Phillipsburg 43, Smith Center 33 Pike Volley 65, White Rock 35 PloinvilleSO, Ellis 29 Pleasanton72,Crest38 Pratt41,Hoisington38 Quivira Heights 57, Bazine 44 Remington 74, Peabody 44 Riley County 44, Washington 41 RoseHill71,Clearwater56 Russell 58, Nickerson 52 SJ-Beloil45,Hillcrest22 Sharon Springs 41, Cheylin 32 South Haven 40, Argonia 34 Spearville 49, Protection 29 St. Marys 47, Silver Lake 39 SI. Paul 34, Moron 32 Stafford 41 .Sterling 29 Stockton 52, Osborne 36 Sylvan Grove 61, Natoma 40 Thomas Moore Prep 64, Lorned 46 Tiplon 55, Waconda East 51 Topeka West 72, Salina South 16. Topeka 59, Manhattan 57 Trinity 45, Pretty-Prarie 37 Udall51,WestElk44 Utlco66,Heoly63 Valley Falls 41, Horton 40 Wabaunsee 49, Rossville 42 Wakefield 67, White City 43 Wamego 56, Abilene 52 Waverly 40, Marais des Cygnes Valley Wheatland 72, Quinter 27 Wichita North 38, Wichita Carroll 28 Wichita West 47, Wichita Kapaun 44 Winfield48, Derby 38 Prep JV boys Salina Central 71, Junction City 59 JunctionCity 18 17 10 14 — 59 Solina Central 17 18 12 24 — 71 Junct. City — Snipes 3, Slarks 5, Sul 4, Hill 4, T.McAlee 17, Howard 14, Hardy 4. Salina Central — Johnson 2, Brummett 2, Richter 2, Ryan 9, Hebert 4, Deegon 24, MuH7, Richardson 10, Hindman 11. Sophomore boys Salina Central 58, junction City 55 Junction City 18 16 12 9 — 55 SallnaCentral 9 10 18 21—58 Junction City - Isaac 2, Jaso 6, Rothfuss 16, Hill 20, McCrimmon3, Ruhnke8. Sal. Cent. — Luce 4, Anplin 10, Shaffer 4, Hebert 6, Short 15, Brungardt 17. Wrestling Juco results Pepsi Tournamentof Champions Team Scores — 1."Triton (III.) 66'/.,- 2. Garden City 60; 3. NE Oklahoma 51; 4. Kearney (Neb.) State 37'/4; 5. Labetle County 29Vi; 6. Phoenix (Ariz.) 25 7. Worlhington (Minn.) 24V.; 6. Colby 15; 9. NW Colorado 10; 10. Air Force Prep 8V,; 11. Lincoln (III.) College 4V.; 12. Dodge City 4. Recreation SRC standings SALINA RECREATION COMMISSION Men's Basketball Standings Through Jan. 16,1986 Championship Solina Cagers 4-0, B&K Bonding 3-2 Seim Construction 2-2, Waddell Codillac 2-2, Farmers Stole Bonk 2-2 Peosi 1-3 KW Rookies 1-4. League 2 Dennis Marine Serv. 5-0, NAPLC 3-2, Century Sales 3-2, Trinity United Methodist 3-2, -B.A. Peddler 1-4. Smoky Hill Phantoms 0-5. League 3 The Kings 5-0, Tanning Center 4-1, Del's Alt./Gordine Auto 3-2, The Vacer's 2-3, Podunk Junction 1-4, Morganville 0- Loague 4 KTI Peacocks 40. Sweat Sox 3-1 Lighlner Welding 3-1, Christ the King 2-2, Gfendale Grocery 2-3, Kennedy g Coe 13, AshlonsO-4. League 5 A.J. Holmauist 5-0. EUB Men 4-0, Folun/Solemsburg Church 3-2, First Nazarene 2-2, Red Kittens 1-3 Grace Baptist No. (2) 0-4, love Box 0-4. league 6 Websco 5-0, Dauer Implement 4-1 Tony's 3-2, Anywhere Travel 2-3, HSH Construction 1 -4, Century Sales 0-5. League 7 Ambassadors 5-0, Tony's Express 4-1, Game Plan 3-2, Foreigners 2-3, Ball Hogs l-4,KTIFuryO-5. League I Bahama Mama 5-0, Suburban TV 4-0, Knights Sporting Goods 3-1, F8W Distributing 2-2, Designs by Cunningham 13, Wicker & Ration Imports 0-4, South- western Bell 0-5. League 9 Payne Killers 4-2, Galaxy Salelite 4-2, No Names 4-2, AAA 3-3, Eddies Club 2-4, Mattison Real Estate 1-5. League 10 General Battery 5-0, Western Auto 41, Augustine & Son 3-2, Holiday Mansion 3-2, Salina Cable TV 1-4, Wilson S Co. 14, Salina Journal 1-5. Over-30 League Southwestern Bell 5-0, Sweat Sox 4-1, Cruce Produce 3-2, NBA All-Stars 2-3, Sondlot Rejects 1 -4, Allie Gators 0-5. Church League First Covenant No. (1) 5-0, Grace Baptist Temple 4-1, Emmanuel Foursquare 3-2, Trinity Lutheran 2-3, Immanuel Lutheran 1-4, Church of the Cross 0-5. Golf PGA scores PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) — Third- round scores Friday in the $600,000 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, a live-day 90-hole tournament played on the Bermuda Dunes, La Quinta, Eldorado and Indian Wells courses: Jodie Mudd 72-65-63—200 John Cook 68-67-65—200 Craig Stadler 67-65-69—201 Dannie Hammond 69-64-68—201 Gary Koch 67-68-68—203 Larry Mize 66-66-71 —203 MacO'Grady 71-65-67—203 Roy Floyd 66-70-65—203 MarkMcCumber 69-66-67—204 Jeff Sluman 66-74-64—204 HolSutton 65-70-69—204 PaulAzinger 66-71-68—205 Steve Pate 67-69-69—205 David Graham 69-73-63—205 Sandy Lyle 71-67-67—205 Bernhard Longer 70-70-66—206 Chip Beck 71-68-67—206 Jay Delsing 66-68-70—206 Jim Thorpe 67-69-70—206 Wayne Levi 69-69-69—207 Clarence Rose 69-69-69—207 Don Pooley 74-70-64—208 GaryMcCord 66-71-69—208 Brian Mogg 69-71-68-208 Jim Colbert 71-67-70—208 BobTway 65-70-73—208 Jock Renner 68-68-72—206 Ken Green 71-69-68—208 Loren Roberts 71 -67-70—208 Tom Kite 74-69-65—208 JohnMahaffey 69-70-69—208 Ed Fiori 68-72-68—208 Fred Couples 69-67-72—208 BobLohr 69-68-71—208 JoeySindelor 69-71-69—209 Bob Murphy 70-70-69—209 PelerOoslerhuis 75-63-71—209 Nathaniel Crosby 66-70-71—209 Mike Reid 70-69-70—209 Jay Haas 70-72-67—209 PhilBlackmar 68-71-70—209 Joe Inman 69-73-67—209 Jeff Gryglel 70-69-70—209 GeneSauers 67-71-71—209 LannyWadkins 68-71-71—210 D.A.Welbring 70-70-70—210 Payne Stewart 72-67-71—210 Curtis Slrange 69-71-70—210 Tony Sills 71-70-69—210 Andy North 71-72-67-210 Howard Twitty 68-75-67—210 TomPurtzer 71-70-69—210 TomPernice 71-68-71—210 Chris Perry 71-67-72—210 PalLindsey 73-68-69—210 BobWrenn 68-70-72—210 Lennie Clements 71-68-72—211 Johnny Miller 70-71-70—211 Bill Kralzerl 68-69-74—211 Jim Gallagher 75-69-67—211 Peter Jacobsen 72-68-71—211 TomSieckmann 70-70-71—211 Lou Graham 72-69-70—211 Scott Simpson 71-70-70—211 Hubert Green 71-70-71—212 DanHalldorson 71-71-70—212 Buddy Gardner 70-69-73—212 Scott Hoch 69-73-70—212 DickZokol 71-77-64—212 Barry Joeckel 73-69-70—212 Tim Norrls 73-70-69—212 Calvin Peele 73-68-71—212 Tim Simpson 69-73-70—212 KikuoArai 68-77-67—212 Bobby Nichols 70-70-72—212 Ronnie Black 71-70-71—212 Bruce Lletzke 67-75-70—212 DougTewell 73-69-71—213 Keith Fergus 73-70-70—213 Danny Edwards 73-68-72-213 BobbyWadkins 71-69-73—213 Dave Stockton 69-73-71 —213 Bobby dampen 66-75-70—213 Mike Smith 73-68-72—213 MorkWiebe 68-71-74-213 Morris Hatolsky 71-71-71—213 RogerMallbie 75-67-71-213 Greg Norman 68-73-72-213 Mark Lye 74-68-72—214 BenCrenshaw 72-70-72—214 PatMcGowan 71-71-72—214 MarkO'Meoro 72-71-71—214 AIGeiberger 70-69-76-215 Brett Upper 72-71-72—215 BradFabel 74-70-71-215 RonStreck 71-76-68—215 AndyMagee 70-76-69-215 MarkPleil 77-71-66-216 Gory Hallberg 78-69-69—216 Larry Rinker 71-75-70—216 Jerry Pale 68-74-74—216 Jim Woodward 71 -72-73—216 RussCochron 71-74-71—216 Miller Barber 75-70-71—216 Larry Nelson 76-71-68-217 Arnold Palmer 74-74-69—217 Lee Elder 71-73-73-217 J.C. Sneod Tom Byrum Leonard Thompson Doug Sanders Eduardo Romero Mark Hayes Peter Senior Bob Gilder Stu Ingraham Gay Brewer Rex Caldwell Frank Conner Mike Donald T.C. Chen Dave Borr Bill Sander Brad Faxon Tom Nieporte Elaine McCallister DaveOgrin Wayne Grady Hockey 73-70-74—217 71.76-70—217 72-71-74—217 71-75-72—218 72-70-76—218 71-74-73-218 69-72-77—218 76-70-73-219 71-74-74—219 71-75-74—220 71-74-75—220 71-75-75—221 73-72-76—221 74-77-71—222 70-77-76—223 79-72-72—223 78-73-74—225 74-76-75—225 75-77-73—225 76-74-77—227 71-69-DQ NHL standings By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W I T Pts GF GA Phldlphia 33 12 0 66 204 133 Wshngtn 26 13 4 56 170 142 NY Isles 19 16 9 47 177 162 NYRngrs 20 21 3 43 156 149 Ptlsbrgh 19 20 5 43 169 165 N.Jersey 15 27 1 31 160 201 Adams Division Quebec 25 17 2 52 186 152 Montreal 24 16 4 52 203 160 Boston 20 17 7 47 170 158 Hartford 22 20 1 45 178 169 Buffalo 20 19 5 45 163 154 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Dlvlilon Chicago 21 17 5 47 197 192 St. Louis 19 17 6 44 165 167 Minnesota 17 IB B 42 175 165 Toronto 12 25 5 29 166 205 Detroit 9 30 5 23 144 237 Smyth* Division Edmonton 32 9 4 68 239 179 Calgary 19 21 3 41 173 168 Winnipeg 14 27 5 33 165 214 L.A. 13 24 5 31 147 207 Vancouver 13 26 5 31 153 182 Friday's Gomel Hartford 11, Quebec 6 Buffalo 5, Montreal 4, OT N.Y. Islanders 4, Philadelphia 3 Washington 4, New Jersey 3 Chicago at Winnipeg, (n) Los Angeles at Vancouver, (n) Saturday's Games Calgary at Detroit, 1:05 p.m. Philadelphia at Washington, 6:35 p.m. Hartford at Quebec, 6:35 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Montreal, 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Edmonton, 7:05 p.m. Minnesota at Toronto, 7:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Vancouver at Las Angeles, 9:35 p.m. Sunday's Games Buffalo at New Jersey, 4:05 p.m. Calgary at Toronto, 6:05 p.m. Minnesota at Pittsburgh, 6:35 p.m. Boston at Winnipeg, 7:05 p.m. Detroit at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Tennis Pro results WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — Results Friday of the $250,000 Virginia Slims of New England tournament: Third Round Slngl.i Jo Dune, England, del. Dlanne Bales- trot, Australia, 3-6,7-6 (7-4), 7-5, Bonnie Gadusek, Largo, Fla. del. Catarlna Llndqvlst, Sweden. 7-5,7-5. Claudia Kohde-Kilsch, W. Germany, del. Wendy Turnbull, Australia, 6-4, 5-7, 6-2. Helena Sukova, Czechoslovakia, del. Terry Phelps, Lorchmonl, N.Y., 6-0,6-0. Cathy Rlnaldi, Martin Downs, Fla., del. Ros Fairbank, South Africa, 6-7 (47), 6-4,6-2. Martina Navratilova, Fort Worth, Tex., del. Carling Basset), Golf Island, Fla., 60,6-3. Pom Shrlver, Lutherville, Md., del. Svetlana Parkhomenko, Soviet Union, 61,6-1. Helen Kelesi, Canada, def. Hana Mandlikova, Czechoslovakia, by default. Etc. Transactions Friday's Sports Transactions 8yTh« Associated Puss BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Named Bob Malinaro manager of Hagerstown in the Carolina League and Greg Blaglnl manager of Charlotte in the Southern League. OAKLAND A'S-Signed Keith Athe- rlon, relief pitcher, to a one-year contract. Traded Phil Stephensan and Bob Bathe, Inlielders, to the Chicago Cubs for Gary Jones, second baseman, and John Cox, pitcher. National League CHICAGO CUBS—Signed Leon Durham, inlielder, to a three-year contract. LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Agreed to terms wilh Carlos Diaz, pitcher, and Len Matuszek, infielder-outflelder, on one- year contracts. FOOTBALL National Football League MIAMI DOLPHINS-Fired Tom Keane, special teams coach. HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES-Fired Jim Schoenfeld, head coach. Named Scotty Bowman head coach. HARTFORD WHALERS—Traded Greg Malone, center, to the Quebec Nor- diques for Wayne Babych, right wing. MINNESOTA NORTH STARS-Colled up Craig Levie, defenseman, from Springfield of the American Hockey League. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS-Sent Chris Dahlquist, defenseman,' to Baltimore of. the American Hockey League. VOLLEYBALL U.S. NATIONAL TEAM—Named Terry Pettit, Nebraska head coach, as head coach for the North team in the U.S. Olympic Festival. COLLEGE AUBURN—Named Pat Sullivan quarterbacks coach. CAL ST.-NORTHRIDGE—Named Bob Burt head football cooch. SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE- Named Jesse Branch head football coach. Pool results SAUNA MIXED POOL LEAGUES Busch Monday Mixers Cheers II Banditos 3, Red Kitten Misfits 2; Red Kitten Terminators 3, Rangers South Forty 2; Animal House Cubs 4, Cheers II Chalkers 1; Cheers II Originals 5, Boondocks Silver Bullets 0. Busch Wednesday Guys t Gals Bachelors Inn Renegades 3, Cheers II Sharpshooters 2; Animal House Players 3, Red Kitten Wildcats 2; Cheers II Bandits 3, Animal House Skinners 2; Animal • House Destroyers 3, Red Kitten 8-Balls 21 Busch 21-Club Western Playgirl A-Team 3, Moose Heart 2; Sale Barn Kamakozees 4, Eddies . Club Roughnecks 1; The Legion Streetwalkers 3, Brass Rail A-Team 2; Western Playgirl B-Team 3, V.F.W. Scratch Pads 2. Ski report DENVER (AP) _ Colorado Ski Country USA reports the following conditions at major Colorado ski areas on Friday, Jan. Aropohoe Basin — 0 new, 58 depth, packed powder. Aspen Highlands — 0 new, 38 depth, powder, packed powder. Aspen Mountain — 0 new, 22 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Buttermilk — 0 new, 30 depth, packed powder. Beaver Creek — 0 new, 40 depth packed powder. Berthoud Pass — 2 new,'56 depth, packed powder. Breckenridge — 0 new, 37 depth, pocked powder, hard packed. Ski Broadmoor —Onew, 12 depth, 100 percent snowmaking, hard packed. Conquistador — 0 new, 27 depth, 100 percent snowmaking, hard packed. Ski Cooper — Open, no report received. Copper Mountain — 0 new, 40 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Crested Butte — 0 new, 42 depth, packed powder. Cuchara Valley — 0 new, 15 depth, 65 percent snowmaking, hard packed. Eldoro - T new, 23 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Ski Estes Park — 0 new, 36 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Geneva Basin — Construction continues, opening to be announced. Ski Idlewlld — 1 new, 34 depth packed powder. Keystone — 0 new, 53 depth, packed Keysl powder Loveland Basin and Valley — Open, no report received. Monarch — 0 new, 43 depth, packed powder, hard pocked. Powderhorn — 0 new, 41 depth powder, packed powder. Purgatory - 0 new, 46 depth, pocked powder, hard packed. Shark Tooth — Open weekends. SilverCreek — 0 new, 24 depth, 40 percent snowmaking, powder, pocked powder. Snowmoss — 0 new, 39 depth, packed powder, hard packed. St. Mary's Glacier — Open weekends only. . .* Steamboat Springs — 0 new, 44 depth, pocked powder. Sunlight - 0 new, 39 depth, packed powder. Tellurlde - 0 new, 44 depth, packed powder. Vail - 0 new, 36 deplh, packed powder. Winter Pork - 0 new, 32 depth, packed powder, hard packed *y J ? n V~ ° new ' * 7 d "P' powder, hard packed. W S" C 'L"J- ° ™«.«' d «Pth. packed powder, hard packed. Snow depth In inches refers to unpacked nalural snow at midpoint. Snowmaking means artificial snowmaking equipment in use. New snow refers to snow within last 24 hours. T means trace. Figures are supplied to Colorado Ski Country USA, a ski-industry organlio- ****** '

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