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High school basketball Girls Morysville 34, Clay Confer 25 Marysville 4 9 10 11—34 Clay Center 53 6 11—25 Marysville — Crow 2, Stichernath 7, Roudybush 12, Olmsted 5, Rueger 8. Clay Center — Rosenow 4, Pride 5, Wilcoxson 2, Martin 4, Sullivan 10. Marion 64, Lamed 46 Lamed 13 u 9 i2_46 TMP-Marian 23 15 15 11—64 Larned — N.Bryant 9, Loomis 22, Tabler 2, Lightfoot.2, Kelty 11. TMP-Marian — Denning 2, Rice 6, Billinger 9 Pfiefer 2, Flax 22, Brull 12, Worth 1, Brungardt Bennington 48, Miltonvale 42 Miltonvale 14 8 8 12 42 Bennington 13 14 10 11—48 Miltonvale — Turner 8, V.Foster 14, Lohauqh 12, Rauch6, Phelps2. Bennington — Graham 9, J.Scheibler 9, Christman 12, L.Scheibler 12, T.Scheibler 2, Copas4. Pike Valley 65, White Rock 35 WhlteRock 12 7 6 10 — 35 Pike Valley 16 23 8 18 — 65 White Rock — Cosard 2, Collaway 6, Franco 6, Wyman 12, Roe 4, Bonser 2, Pumerlo 2, Relnert 1. Pike Valley — D.Sothers 18, Larson 6, Veteto 2, Johnson 10, Jensen 6, Lyiand 7, Hurllg 4, Aspegren 3, Carlgren 1, Frost 2, Peters 2, Garman2,Odell2. Hanover 61, Valley Heights 44 ValleyHeights 15 9 8 12 — 44 Hanover 6 23 18 14 — 61 Valley Heights — Tilley 7, White 9, Bach 12, Peiper 2, O'Toole 10, Harding 4. Hanover — Coufal 7, Doebley 5, Kruse 16, Meier 14, Bruno 8, B.Schmidt 1, D.Schmidt 8, Hennerberg2. Gorham 60, Downs 44 Downs 4 9 13 18 — 44 Gorham 15 11 10 24 — 60 Downs — R.Roe 8, D.Gradis 7, Burda 6, Wagner 2, K.Grady 19, N.Roe 2. Gorhom — K.Weigel 6, T.Weigel 6, Nowak 18, Murphy 12, Schmidt 8, Munk 3, Brungardt 3, Jacobs 4. Mankato 62, Glasco 12 Glasco 4 1 0 7 — 12 Mankato 18 24 16 4 — 62 Glasco — Dowlin 2, Dwyer 2, Hirsch 1, Keller 7. Mankato — Mohler 7, Thelander 5, Doud 2, Malcolm 12, Grout 19, Railsback 2, Kimmlnau 2, Turner 4, Montague 7, Menhusen 2. Linn 36, Clifton-Clyde 27 Clifton-Clyde 11 4 5 7 — 27 Linn 10 3 13 10—36 Clifton-Clyde — Charbonneau 3, Bloomfield 2, Gallagher 10, Olson 3, Pellant 1, McChesney 8. Linn — K.Herrs 3, L.Herrs 11, Disinger 2, Wiechman8,Hernl2. Trinity 45, Pretty Prairie 37 Pretty Prairie 12 18 3 4 — 37 Hutch-Trinity 7 14 13 11—45 Pretty Prairie — French 7, Kroupa 10, Kraus • 4, Friesen 6, Weninger 6, Hendrixson 4. Hutch-Trinity — Kaegi 5, Blick 12, Crane 2, Schwartz 3, Kelley 8, Sumner 15. Phillipsburg 43, Smith Center 33 Phillipsburg 11 8 9 15 —43 Smith Center 10 6 7 10 — 33 Phillipsburg — Lemon 15, Ross 2, Jennings 2, Northup 5, Reed 6, Burton 12, Wickman 1. Smith Center — Wagner 2, Curtiss 9, Lovewell 12, Railsback 4, Snow 5, Cornford 1. Wheatland 72, Quinter 27 Quinter 8 5 12 2 — 27 Wheatland 16 21 19 16 — 72 Quinter — K.Norton 8, Reinecker 2, Lovenstein 8, Graham 5, Walt 2, Zerr 2. Wheatland — Hartman 2, Zeigler 16, Katz 8, Selensky 26, Laura Heili 12, Linda Heili 8. Wakefield 67, White City 43 WhiteClty 10 11 10 12 — 43 Wakefield 25 16 9 17 — 67 White City — Allen 26, Hultgen 3, Lindsley 10, Pitts 2, Jansen2. Wakefield — Carpenter 8, Kitchner 4, Sherbert 10, Neuberger 16, Steppe 19, Vann 1, Bergmeier 5, Einhaus 4. Otis-Bison 48, Ransom 46 Ransom 10 5 12 19 — 46 Otis-Bison 9 12 14 13 — 48 Ransom — Huxman 10, Moran 2, Nayer 2, Thompson 10, Evel2, Harris 7, Luettens 13. Otis-Bison — Ochs 8. Sohm 20, S.LIchter 17, A.LIchter2, Friebl. Goodland 40, Atwood 36 Atwood 4 13 5 14 —36 Goodland 897 16 — 40 Atwood — Mickey 7, Steier 6, Roberts 5, Vop 4, Kraft 6, MayfieldB. Goodland —Ginther 3, Bergin 10. Briney 19, Brown 8. Morland 59, Kensington 24 Morland 13 15 20 11—59 Kensington 12 4 2 6 — 24 Morland — Keith 24, Brungardt 8, Rlchmeier 3, Riedel 12, Schamberger 12. Kensington — Beckman 2, Isom 4, Haun 2, Jackson 4, Krein 4, Meyer 2, Osthoff 6. Canton-Galva 81, Goessel 43 Goessel 10 10 10 13 — 43 Canton-Galva 20 5 19 17 — 81 Goessel — Ulsakev 13, Schmidt 4, Lindeman 2, Duerksen 16, Plenert 8. Canton-Galva — Diane Wedel 28, Debra Wedel 21, Baldwin 6, Stieven 8, Lindteigen 12, Unruh 3, K.Wedel 1, Burch 2. Sylvan Grove 61, Natoma 40 Natoma 6 16 8 10 — 40 SylvanGrove 18 11 13 19 — 61 Natoma — Ginther 2, A.Pruter 2, L.Pruter 6, Tatkenhorst 7, Christler 8, Mason 15. Sylvan Grove — Splitter 8, L.Schoen 8, Lawson 7, A.Wiles 27, Meitler 3, Pounds 2, B.Schoen4,Wenthe2. Burrton 78, Berean Academy 29 Berean Academy 8 2 6 13 —29 Burrton 12 22 26 18 — 78 Berean Academy — Busenitz 5, C.Entz 5, RegierlS, E.Entzl. Burrton — Alexander 14, Unruh 9, Gundy 12, Pierce 20, Short 14, Hurst 3, McCain 6. Northern Valley 47, Logan 43 Logan 16 14 1 12 — 43 Northern Valley 12 10 12 13 — 47 Logan — Altman 8, Mulder 7, Pakkebler 6, Kats 1, Voss 11, Schemper 10. Northern Valley — Covington 2, Davis 21, Ross 7, Kaiser 8, Vallin 6, Alexander 2, Stut- terheim 1. HillClty39,WaKeeney31 HillCity 4 13 11 11—39 WaKeeney 7 4 9 11—31 Hill City — Kreutzer 7, Jones 6, Cramer 9, Showers 1, Mai 8, Bedore 6, Beam 2. WaKeeney — Hixson 6, C.ZIegler 9, L.Parke 2, Dietz 2, Scott 1, C.Parke 4, R.Deines 2, Moden 5. Riley County 44, Washington 41 Riley County 8 8 18 10 — 44 Washington 6 10 12 13 — 41 Riley County — Walters 2, Brummett 22, Hilllard 6, Sharp 8, Helkes 6. Washington —McAfee 10, Kern 2, Martin 10, M.Keesecker6, L.Keesecker7, Ricard6. Plainville50Ellis29 Ellis 688 7 — 29 Plainville 11 B 14 17 —50 Ellis — B.Kinderknecht 2, Fischer 3, Schoenberger 6, Hanoi 8, Blackwill 4, North 5, M.KInderknechtl. Plainville — Hemphill 6, Knipp 9, Langveiw 12, Fischer 3, N.Ong 4, C.Ong 8, Wilkerson 4, Drieling2,Morin2. Smith Center 89, Phillipsburg 28 Phillipsburg 7 5 9 7 — 28 Smith Center 17 29 24 19 — 89 Phillipsburg — Stiles 2, Heersink 13, Marshall 2, Godbout 9, Ross 2. Smith Center — Rorabaugh 12, Terrlll 14, Schlbely 6, Barto 9, Lambert 15, Orr 2, Rothchild 8, Wire 2, McMis 4, Boorhies 10, Stanley 3, Simoneau 4. Bennington 48, Miltonvale 41 Miltonvale 11 6 10 14 — 41 Bennington 6 11 10 21—48 Miltonvole — Pfeifer 2, Moss 10, Vesterberg 2, Copple 6, Chartier 12, Tote 6, Rezell 3. Bennington — T.Scheibler 10, D.Scheibler 3, Zandcnik 17, Boss 4, Labbe 3. Tlpton 72, Waconda East 39 Tipton 21 18 22 11-72 Waconda East U 13 9 6 — 39 Tipton — Joe Koenlgsman 18, Hake 10, John Koenlgsman 13, Dubbert 17, Hoffman 6, Becker 1, Bunker 4, Corpstin 3, Gasper 6, Streit 2, B.Koenigsman 2. Waconda East — Hurren 9, Hennes 17, Perry 5, Duskie 4, Neifert 2, Larocque 1, Buser 1. Kensington 78, Morland 61 Morland 21 14 11 15 — 61 Kensington 22 17 14 25 — 78 Morland — Herman 14, Keith 6, Rome 23, Drolling 13, HunsickerS. Kensington - Hoverson 23, Ratliff 18, Struckhoff 14, Hudson 6, Rust 7, HrabelO. Topeka High 59, Manhattan 57 TopekaHigh 13 17 11 18 — 59 Manhattan 15 21 13 8 — 57 Topeka High — Broadnax 13, Morgan 12, Hudson 12, FlTlyaw 8, Unrein 2, Proctor 12. Manhattan — Barton 2, Weigel 2, Kandt 4, Wels 9, Marshall 12, Mugler 14, Bonser 14. Hillsboro 62, Haven 53 Hillsboro 9 17 10 26 — 62 Haven 15 17 10 11—53 Hillsboro — Funk 9, Brenneman 12, Thomas 4, Helde7, Arnold 10, Nickel 4, Vajner 16. Haven — T.Bernard 7, Miller 14, Meyer 2, Smith 13, Dickey 3, J.Bernard 2, Johnson 10, Boster2. Claflin90,St.John64 St.John 15 11 11 27 — 64 Cloflln 22 18 16 34 — 90 St. John — Frink 17, Witt 13, Garcia 4, Fox 12, Appleton 2, Meyer 2, Hamm 8, Hudson 2, Keddie4. Claflin — Kelly Demel 2, Herter 8, Bohr 6, Rich Rugan 22, Oester 12, Feist 12, Daniels 11, Robert Rugan 6, Kirby Demel 11. Clay Center 58, Marysville 47 Marysville 12 6 21 18 — 47 ClayCenter 10 17 16 15 — 58 Marysville — Nagele 6, Padden 20, Kraemer 7, Chalk 8, Wright 8, Spellman 4, Argo 4. Clay Center — Williams 2, Wiemers 14, Wickstrum 12, Lovin 6, Claeys 5, Herrs 19. North Central 76, Jewell 52 Jewell 16 5 8 23 —52 North Central 24 19 20 13 — 76 Jewell — Budke 16, Kershner 31, Wheeler 1, Durham 2, Meier 2. North Cenrlal — Grove 7, Graves 12, M.Miller 12, E.Miller 10, Morey 22, Turst 3, Brad Livingston 2, Talklngton 2, Bruce Livlongston 2, Krueger2, L'Ecurer2. Clifton-Clyde 54, Linn 52 Clifton-Clyde 10 15 17 8 4 — 54 Linn 19 7 14 10 2 — 52 Downs 73, Gorham 51 Downs 14 25 18 16 — 73 Gorham 8 14 8 21—51 Downs — Arnold 24, Terry Renken 12, Mick 12, Mertz 4, Streit 4, True 9, Troy Renken 4, Fisher 4. Gorhom — McCartney 17, Brungardl 10, Daniel 2, Klee 12, Reid 8, Nowak 2. Hill City 73, WaKeeney 58 HillCity 14 24 8 27 —73 WaKeeney 10 10 15 23 — 58 Hill City — Brondyberry 19, Swanson 8, Jacob 9, Huddleston 2, Belleau 26, Logback 7, Moss 2. WaKeeney — E.Fabrizius 4, M.Fabrizius 4, Bolilg 2, Riedel 32, Mclntosh 14, Flax 2. Sedgwick 56, Inman 47 Inman 12 9 16 10 — 47 Sedgwick 8 20 14 14 — 56 Inman —• Cloyd 7, Robertson 4, Enns 2, Penner 11, Atkins 8, Mark 15. Sedgwick — Warren 12, D.Kingsley 14, Llby 8, Davis 6, Willis 8, Ayalo 4, J.Kingsley 2, Thompson 2. Abilene 80, Wamego 57 Wamego 21 11 11 14—57 Abilene 24 26 17 13 — 80 Wamego — Lang 4, Ebert 6, McKee 10, Chrest25, Barthl2. Abilene — Wiley 2, Kijowski 3. Dickson 6, Krenger 8, Whitehair 4, Ganteblen 2, Stritz 11, Holmes 6, Sears 6, Stroud 24. Russell 58, Nickerson 52 Nickerson 12 16 12 12 — 52 Russell 14 11 15 18 — 58 Nickerson — Sneed 2, Rueschoff 6, Graber 14, Thomann 6, Welch 16, Schultz6, Lawson 2. Russell — Hammersmith 4, S.FIagler 4, Lud- Ing 4, Wagner 22, McCrary 8, Gray 16. Golden Plains 59, Weskan 50 GoldenPlains 17 15 14 13 — 59 Weskan 18 15 8 9 — 50 Golden Plains — Miller 9, Koerperich 2, Albers 25, Carmen 4, Delzeit 15, Darling 4. Weskan —Welch 14, M.Okeson 10, Reiss 9, Raney 2, Smith2, Hays6, E.Okeson 7. The Salina Journal Saturday, January 18,1986 Page 15 Last-second shot wins for Beloit Hope 48, Blue Valley 26 Hope 5 12 14 17 — 48 Blue Valley 6 8 6 6 — 26 Hope — Pschigoda 16, Bielefeld 12, Polok 2, Cross 2, King 12, Jacobson 2, Pilcher 2. Blue Valley — Wohler 4, Bergstrom 4, Olson 5, Davis 3, Hoand 2, Suther 2, Sump 6. North Central 46, Jewell 31 Jewell 7 11 9 4 — 31' North Central 6 14 16 10 — 46 Jewell — Wright 10, Slate 6, Winkel 3, S.BIockmore 2, Blomberg 2, Schumacher 2, C.BIockmore2, Budke 4. North Central — T.Rhine 8, Zenger 2, Kerr 24, K.Rhine 2, Prellwitz 6, Brown 4. Quivira Heights 57, Bazine 44 Bazine 2 12 14 16 — 44 Quiviro Heights 21 13 11 12 — 57 Bazine — Carwshaw 6, Koerner 11, Beltz 1, Wittman 5, Antenen 15, Morgan 4. Quivira Heights — S.Johnson 8, D.Johnson 16, Cheshire 1, Archer 3, Soeken 27. Wamego 56, Abilene 52 Wamego 14 11 18 13 — 56 Abilene 8 14 12 10-52 Wamego — Tauer 10, Althouse 19, Harshberger 1, Reavls 18, Wilson 2, Lindenmuth4. Abilene — Mayden 4, Cox 8, Miller 2, Garner 2, Racy 6, Jordan 5, Sexton 10, Jones 2, Holt 13. Dighton 61, Ness City 21 Dighton 14 19 16 12 — 61 Ness City 8 6 2 5 — 21 Dighton — O'Brien 8, Schmalzried 2, Lawrence 5, Fullmer 6, Venters 7, Opat 20, Kuhlman 9, Musselwhite 2, West 2. Ness City — J.Johnson 12. D.Johnson 7, Benedict 2. Stockton 52, Osborne 36 Osborne U ° 8 11-36 Stockton 12 U 16 13-52 Osborne — Henke 4, Lomax 2, Sturgeon 10, BrummerB, Dietz 10, Greif2. Stockton — Oliva 2, Kriley 19, Miller 25, Henson 6. Herington 48, Council Grove 46 (ot) CouncilGrove 17 9.711 2-46 Herington 13 14 11 6 4-48 Council Grove - Tyler 2, Tibbetts 21, Hlckman 5, Crowell 2, Hortman 2, Delay 7, Herington — Glymph 3, Holte 5, Gentz 5, Weber 2, Diepenbrock4, T.Sly 13, B.Sly 16. Tipton 55, Waconda East 51 Tipton ]3 7 " « = |5 WacondaEast 1] IJ B ' *..."' Tipton — F.Hoke 20, Dubbert 12, Schmitt 8, Budke6,J.Hake5,May4. Waconda East — Kresin 16, Thille 8, McCune 14, Helby4, Hennes 7, Lerda2. SJ-Beloit 45, Hlllcrest 22 HillcrBSt 7 ,? 12 \\~tl SJ-Belolt ^ 15 12 U —43 Hillcrest — Shoemaker 10, Cheney 1. Keller 2 tj d B°elo1i S -Stover 21, Walter 7, K.Eiler, 5, A.EIIert2,Smith5,Streit5. Smoky Valley 60, Belleville 38 Smoky Valley 8 14 16 22 — 60 Belleville 2 8 15 13 — 38 Smoky Valley — Hulse 5, Leaf 2, M.Clark 2, Geiman 14, Schlerlman 8, Rump 2, Curchy 5, Daniels 4, Murphy 9, Ahlstead 9. Belleville — Doctor 4, Spurney 3, Tulley 2, Simms 12, Miller 6, Reed 9, Holmberg2. McPherson 70, El Dorado 44 El Dorado 10 10 15 9 — 44 McPherson 24 15 20 11—70 El Dorado — McCouskey 8, Jordan 2, Nichols 16, Mulvaney 18. McPherson — Gannon 2, Bunk 12, Huber 21, Andrews 2, Berry 1, Falrbank 2, Alvarado 6, Werner 2, Shoemaker B, Reese 12, Sinney2. Lincoln 59, Lucas-Luray 51 Lincoln 14 18 12 16 — 59 Lucas-Luray 11 15 14 11—51 Lincoln — Walker 10, Byarly 21, Bacon 14, VanAmberg 6, Seltridge 8. Lucas-Luray — Schultz 11, Wlnckler 25, Yarnell 4, Heinze 3, Brozek 8. • Grinned 55, Brewster 44 Brewster 10 8 10 16 — 44 Grinnell 16 14 10 15 — 55 Brewster — Eicher IB, Gilley 10, Kramer 10, R.Randolph 2, W.Randolph 2, Siruta 2. Grinnell — S.Struckhoff 18, Karen Struckhoff 14, Karla Struckhoff 6, Jackie Baalman 5, Zimmerman 7, Janelle Baalman 2, Baker 1, Schworz2. Concordia 62, Chapman 38 Concordia 18 14 10 17 — 62 Chapman 9 12, 10 7 — 38 Concordia — Budreau 5, Erkenbrack 4, Haist 2, Chavey 18, Simpson20, Colleger 8, Smiths. Chapman — Ramsey 2, Kickhaefer 5, Haslett 10, Elliot 2, Backhus6, Burgett 13. Oberlin 59, Scott City 56 (ot) ScottCity 18 12 8 14 4 — 56 Oberlin 12 13 16 11 7 — 59 Scott City — Ramsey 10, Griffith 10, Poore 3, Barton 12, Weber 8, Walchar 2, Tucklunberg 11. Oberlin — Russell 6, Juenemann 2, Richards 16, O'Toole 16, Votapka 12, Powers 5, Fortin 2. Golden Plains 54, Weskan 31 GoldenPlains 18 10 10 16 — 54 Weskan 10 6 12 3 — 31 Golden Plains — Belzeit 11, Kennedy 12, Albers 18, Stresser 6, Schaben 1, Bruggman 6. Weskan — Gallegos 2, Swartz 10, Aldridge 6, Roths 9, Wright 2, Einstahr 2. Clifton-Clyde — Trembloy 8, Fahey 2, Bechard 2, Stenberg 13, Branfort 7, Anderson 18, Newell 4. Linn — Bott 12, Damman 4, Hern 14, Oest- reichl6,Winter6. Blue Valley 86, Hope 46 Hope 6 10 10 20 — 46 BlueValley 31 17 21 17 — 86 Hope — Hosteller 2, Shippy 15, King 8, Domann 2, Coup 15, Larson 4. Blue Valley — Valentine 18, Cox 2, Rlckson 2, Sump 5, Downing 20, Francis 24, Peter 6, Chapman 5, Jordan 2, Olson 2. Sylvan Grove 70, Natoma 62 Natoma 17 18 8 21—62 SylvanGrove 18 14 21 17 — 70 Natoma — Meitler 4, Eickhoff 6, Miller 19, Brad Ward 15, Bryan Ward 16, Haberer2. Sylvan Grove — Hiitter 11, Hurlbut 23, Nelson4, Jensen 26, Hynes2, Donl 2, Trapp2. Stockton 52, Osborne 51 Osborne 17 15 4 15 — 51 Stockton 16 13 12 11—52 Osborne — J.Walters 26, Daise 6, Golladay 11, D.Walters 5, Carawell 2, Bailer 1. Stockton — Bellerive 17, Miller 12, Hollaway 12, Maddy 4, Comeau 3, Kriley 2, Thacker 2. Norton 46, Victoria 33 Ch "*" n _,. Sharon Springs 41 , Cheylin 32 I U 15 'a-4? hevU-T5eymour2, 7 0,, 1 i:er 1 2%rgh,3, Antholz4, Nelson 12, N.Seymour 4 Banister6 Sharon Springs - Baily 2. Stockhous 1, Halslip 7, VanLoeys 15, Fischer 3. Martin 3, Fuentez2,CloydB. Tribune 38, Triplains 36 Triplains 9 12 10 7 — 36 Tribune 5 12 12 7 — 38 Triplains — Siruta 15, Gteller 6, Lowe 2, Pfelff 3, Towns 2, Chertz7, Zuspann 3. Tribune — Marshal 6, Dupree 13, Allen 4, Paxman9, Harper 4. Boys Tribune 59, Triplains 33 Triplains 4 4 7 18 —33 Tribune 13 16 11 19 — 59 Triplains — Siruat 4, M.Haremza 2, J.Haremza 4, Russell 9, Wright 6, Ayers 4, Smith 4. Tribune — Romero 13, Cox 4, Smith 4, Vaster 5, Nemechek 2, Bergquist 12, Brand! 10, Jacobus 4, Mlllirions 5. Wheatland 63, Quinter 48 Quinter 15 10 6 17 — 48 Wheatland 14 19 18 12 — 63 Quinter — D.Jamison 6, K.Jamison 15, Crist 4, Pollfka 7. Robert Burris 4, Rick Bums 7, Johnson 2, Deaton 3. Wheatland — Schlensky 6, Dinkel 13, Heinz 12, K.Kaiser20, E.Kalser4, KattB. Northern Valley 71, Logan 50 Logan 12 14 11 13 — 50 Northern Valley 21 14 22 14 — 71 Logan — Altman 11, Lowery 6, Jandera 4, Rich Wallgren 6, Lohrmeier 12, Kats 7, Rick Wallgren 2, Van Der Veen 2. Northern Valley — Stutterhelm 13, Lowry 9, Vallin 19, Baird 12, Vincent 14, Bach 4. Sharon Springs 54, Cheylin 43 Cheylin 10 13 3 17 — 43 SharonSprings 18 14 14 8 — 54 Cheylin — J.Waters 16, Bressler 16, M.Waters 7, Magnani 2, Mclntosh 2. Sharon Springs — Jones 14, Morin 12, M.Boone 9, Vincent 5, J.Boone 4, Bussen 4, Renner 4, Hatton 2. Norton 12 8 11 15 — 46 Victoria 11 3 12 7 — 33 Norton — Ambrosler 14, Kasson 5, McLallen 2, Carlton 6, Griffey 10, Sanko 6, Schrum 1, Statieman 2. Victoria — K.Dinkel 4, C.Dinkel 6, Basgall 4, Berensll.RohlederS. Lucas-Luray 69, Lincoln 47 Lincoln 13 10 14 10 — 47 Lucas-Luray 12 IB 19 20 — 69 Lincoln - Radtke 10, Anderson 9, O'Bannon 5, Metz 4, Van Fange 5, Biggs 11, Gouley 2, Pescador 1. Lucas-Luray — Word 26, Schultz 20, Smith 12, Naylor 8, Moore 2, Lehmann 1. Plainville 56, Ellis 39 Ellis 16 10 3 10 — 39 Plainville 10 14 12 20 — 56 Ellis — Dinkel 2, M.Honas 6, L.Augustine 4, J.Augustine 8, R.Honas 13, Ashbaugh 2, Hal- Iagin4. Plainville — Dreillng 1, Krebs 9, Losey 7, Johnson 4, Gaschler 17, Wright 18. Belleville 51, Smoky Valley 48 SmokyValley 6 19 10 13 — 48 Belleville 12 9 15 15 — 51 Smoky Valley — Alstedt 10, Farley 11, Torgerson 2, Nelson 18, Malm 3, Jader 4. Belleville — Hobelmann 6, Marquart 4, Fischer 6, McOwen 13, Deterding 14, Lambert Scott City 64, Oberlin 49 Scott City 13 14 16 21—64 Oberlin 19 8 10 12 — 49 Scott City — Lucas 6, Long 16, Pammenter 2, Ramsey 12, Griffith 18, Janssen 6, Hutchlns 8. Oberlin — Stanley 2, Adams 8, Sauvage 29, Simpson 2, Elwood 6, Bartels 2. Goodland 64, Atwood 49 Atwood 12 12 15 10 — 49 Goodland 13 15 19 17 — 64 Atwood — Domsch 11, Moore 17, Payton 4, Raabe6, Niermeierll. Goodland — Mull 10, Bourn 2, Jamison 15, Brouillette 15, Pfau 8, Busse 8, Brown 6. Eastern Heights 103, Jennings 44 Jennings 8 13 10 13 — 44 Eastern Heights 31 18 29 25 — 103 Jennings — Boyle 4, Vanover 9, Hartzog 6, Vacura 2, Brooks 5, Wahlmeier 18. Eastern Heights — Rose 19, Mooney 10, Johnson 16, Soliday 14, Babcock 18, Davis 8, Bowman 2, Neufeld 10, Lathan 6. Brewster 46, Grinnell 36 Brewster 15 11 9 11—46 Grinnell 5 13 8 10 — 36 Brewster — Beecher 6, Whittaker 3, Garcia 15, Richards 12, Hileman 5, McKee 3. Grinnell — Rueschhoff 2, Boeger6, Heier 17, Tholen 10, Baalman 1. Goessel 59, Canton-Galva 47 Goessel 11 16 12 10 — 59 Canton-Galva 8 10 17 12 — 47 Goessel — Voth 4, Schmidt 8, L.Hebert 26, L.Herbert 17, Logback 2, Razor 2. Canton-Galva — Dresler 6, Wlens 6, Tripp 12, Sipe4, Tinsley 17, Tredway 2. Washington 82, Riley County 58 Riley County 18 9 12 19 — 58 Washington 22 22 14 24 — 82 Riley County — Gibson 15, Johnson 13, C.Clark 12, Hanus 10, Hedman 4, T.Clark 2, Larson 2. Washington — Simnitt 23, Allen 22, Stigge 10, Eaton 9, Laflen 8, Linenberger 4, L'Ecuyer 4, Tegethoff 2. Pike Valley 63, White Rock 52 WhiteRock 14 12 13 13 — 52 PlkeValley 16 11 18 18 — 63 White Rock — Voboril 2, Beam 2, Hesting 11, Reinert 8, Gorman 10, Silsby 13, May 5, Galloway 1. Pike Valley — Stromberg 11, Bergstrom 5, Burgess 6, Loring 16, M.Sothers 2, R.Sothers 4, Mahinl9. Hillcrest 79, SJ-Belolt 58 Hillcrest 21 11 16 31—79 St.John's-Beloit 14 16 11 17 — 58 Hlllcrest — B.Hammond 31, Baxa 12, J.Hammond 12, Edwards 9, Chermack 9, K.Baxa 6. St. John's Beloit — Budke 14, Gengler 25, Reiter 9, Stover 4, Walter 2, Thompson 2, Richard 2. Nickerson 101, Russell 62 Russell 7 14 23 18 — 62 Nickerson 29 35 21 16 — 101 Russell — Hill 4, Forrester 2, Hower 4, Beagler 19, Schmidt 4, Morris 29. Nickerson — Stange 20, Schneider 13, Lambert B, S.Whlte 12, Farr 24, Griffith 10, Cole 8, Brown 4, Osborne 2. By TIM HOSTETTER Sports Writer BELOIT - Beloit head basketball coach Pat Blackburn knows his boys' team has bucked the odds through a M start. After Friday night's last-gasp 58-57 victory over previously unbeaten Southeast of Saline in Beloit's gym, Beloit is 3-0 in games decided in the final seconds. In each case — Smoky Valley and Sacred Heart previously — the Trojans trailed by one point at the moment of decision. Beloit's hero Friday was Shannon Snedden, who hit a 15-foot jumper from the free throw line as time ran out. "This just doesn't happen very often," said Blackburn of the three narrow victories. "Hopefully, the kids are gaining confidence from them." In winning the battle of the un- beatens, Beloit moved to 6-0 in the North Central Activities Association. Southeast slipped to 5-1 in the NCAA and 8-1 overall. Southeast did come away with a 4335 win in the girls' contest. Both boys' teams had chances to control their own destiny in the final minute. With 45 seconds left in the game and the score tied at 56-56, Southeast senior Dan Stutterheim made one of two free throws to give his team a one-point advantage. Beloit then appeared to take itself out of the game when Roger Pierce— anticipating teammate Tim Caldwell to break outside — threw the ball away with 19 seconds remaining. Beloit promptly fouled Jerol Skinner, but the junior missed the front end of a one-and-one. Beloit got the rebound and worked the ball for the last shot. A traveling violation on a trapped Kevin Marozas, however, gave the ball back over to Southeast with four seconds left. All Southeast had to do was put the ball in play, draw a foul and it would've likely won. But the visiting Trojans didn't and were whistled for a five-second call. Beloit played the ball in under its own basket and Snedden's shot rimmed in for the victory. Southeast head coach Stan Vaughn agreed his team had its chances to win late, but blamed a sluggish first half for his team's first loss of the season. "We lost the game in the first half, Vaughn said. "We were doing too much standing around and letting them have a lot of second shots. You can't get down as much as we did against a good team." Beloit led, 36-27 at halftime, but Southeast dominated the third period getting offensive production from every starter. Southeast trailed, 40-29, when it started a run of 13 unanswered points in a five-minute stretch. A steal and layup at the buzzer put Southeast ahead, 48-44, at the third quarter's end. Senior Matt Rogge sparked the rally scoring all nine of his points in the quarter. "We got good offensive production out of guys who haven't been scoring as much, and I think that's going to give them confidence down the line," Vaughn said. "I was pleased with the way we came back.'' Blackburn continues to be puzzled by his team's poor third-quarter performances. "Tonight, our shots just didn't fall in the third quarter," Blackburn said. "I don't know what's are trouble. We've tried changing our warmup routine, but nothing has helped. We knew, though, that we weren't going to blow out a team like Southeast. Their shots had to start falling, and they did." Steve Fritz led Southeast with 15 points, but was held in check most of the night by Tim Caldwell. Kevin Miller had 12 points and Skinner added 10 for Southeast. Blackburn calls his squad a "team without stars." The Trojans' individual scoring revealed just that. Troy Weber came off the bench to score 15 points and Marozas, Caldwell and Brent Lindblad each had 10. Lindblad added 10 rebounds. Beloit will play in the Crossroads Classic at Belleville next week, while Southeast will compete in the Adolph Rupp Tournament at Halstead. In the girls' game, Southeast of Saline canned nine free throws in the last 1:27 to pull away from Beloit. A basket by Rhonda Dietz inside pulled Beloit to within one, 32-31, with 2:12 left in the game. But Southeast got two free throws from Kandee Griffitts, a three-point play from Casey Hubele and two free throws from sophomore Cheryl Lancaster to take a 39-31 lead with just 52 seconds left in the game. Hubele added another free throw, Laura Riblett canned two and Griffitts the final one to secure the Trojans' win. Hubele led Southeast with 11 points. Griffitts added eight points. Dietz scored 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds to pace Beloit. Southeast, 3-2 in league play and 63 overall, led, 13-4, after the first quarter before Beloit stormed back in the second quarter to take a 20-19 halftime lead. Beloit, 2-4 in league play and 2-7 overall, entertains Belleville Tuesday night. Southeast will be at home against Ellsworth. BOYS SOUTHEAST OF SALINE (57) Fritz 6-16 3-3 15, Stutterheim 4-12 1-3 9, Rogge 4-7 1-2 9, J.Sklnner 4-72-5 10, K.Miller 5102-3 12, D.Miller 1-1 0-02, Coselmon 0-00-00. TOTALS 24-53 9-16 57. BELOIT (58) Pierce 2-10 1-1 5, Morozos 5-14 0-0 10, T.Caldwell 5-7 0-0 10, Snedden 3-7 2-2 8, Lindblad 5-8 0-010, Weber 7-91-415, Widrig 0-0 0 -0 0, Smith 0-1 0-0 0. TOTALS 27-56 4-7 58. Southeast of Saline 11 16 21 9 — 57 Beloit 16 20 8 14-58 TOTAL FOULS — SE-Saline 12, Beloit 12. FOULED OUT — None. REBOUNDS — SE-Saline 35 (Stutterheim 8, Skinner, Fritz 7), Beloit 33 (Lindblad 10). TURNOVERS — SE-Saline 12, Beloit 15. GIRLS SOUTHEAST OF SALINE (43) Koesler2-90-04, Hubele 3-6 5-9 11, Riblett 163-35, Griffitts 1 -8 3-5 5, Cox 4-6 0-18, Perez 1 1 0-0 2, Everhart 1-1 0-0 2, Clark 0 -0 0-2 0, Lancaster 2-3 2-2 6. TOTALS 14-41 13-22 43. BELOIT (35) Klenda 3-8 1-2 7, Foote 1-6 2-2 4, Waddle 2-5 0-0 4, Dietz 5-11 3-4 13, Fulhage 2-8 1-25, Terry 0-0 0-0 0, Amerine 1-2 0- 2, Bice 0-1 0-0 0. TOTALS 14-41 7-1035. Southeast of Saline 13 6 9 15 —43 Beloit 4 16 6 9 — 35 TOTAL FOULS — SE-Saline 10, Beloit 18. FOULED OUT — Foote (B). REBOUNDS — SE- Saline 33 (Griffitts 7), Beloit 32 (Dietz 13. TURNOVERS — SE-Soline 14, Beloit 23. Tescott nips Ell-Saline in OT Hoxie 51, Colby 50 Colby 14 12 16 8 — 50 Hoxie 13 9 13 16 — 51 Colby — Mountford 12, Squibb 7, Malcomb B, Lowe 16, Sweat?. Hoxie — Reimer 5, Barnes 6, Gerdes 12, Taylor 4, Krannawitter 9, Foster 15. Mankato 60, Glasco 53 Glasco 15 13 15 10 — 53 Mankato 12 18 16 14 — 60 Glasco — Winter 8, Dowlin 5, Schmidt 7, Darrow2, Long 13, Siemers 18. Mankato — Gonzalez 2, Benoit 20, alexan- der 21, Schlotterback 7, Johanek 6, Hendrix 4. Oakley 76, St. Francis 52 St. Francis 16 10 8 18 — 52 Oakley 10 28 21 17 — 76 St. Francis — Lewis 15, Porter 11, Vardel 9, Gutsch 6, Slang 6, Bracelin 5. Oakley — Pecenka 14, R.Munk 4, Applegate 2, Moore 6, S.Munk 14, Hullet 7, Bockwlnkel 6, Hemmertl7, Herl6. McPherson 90, El Dorado 36 El Dorado 10 8 12 6 — 36 McPherson 24 31 18 17 — 90 El Dorado — Strlegal 8, Erikson 4, Hatchett 12, Becker 4, Jackson 2, Way 6. McPherson — Oakes 10, Manor 11, Atlin 9, Henson 24, Alexander 2, Goering 14, Pyle 10, Berlin 10. Concordia 67, Chapman 59 Chapman 11 23 15 10 — 59 Concordia 12 18 .12 25 — 67 Chapman — Cash 30, Chamberlain 4, Stillwagon 4, Wasyak 4, Garner 7, Longvardt 10. Concordia — Christensen 24, Samuelson 25, Callteux 1J, Halst 3, Koester 4. \/ South (Continued from Page 13) working margin and wouldn't have had to come back." The Chargers missed eight of 1? free throws in the first half and 12 of 20 for the game. Capitalizing on West's generosity, South rolled out to a 10-2 lead before West sank nine of its next 10 shots to take a 20-18 lead midway through the second period. The Chargers led by as many as four (30-26) in the third quarter before South battled back to take a 38-36 lead midway through the final quarter. "We've shown we can play with anybody. Topeka is the only team that's blown us out," O'Dell said. "Hopefully, when we start coming into our own as we gain experience, we'll start winning some close ones. Washburn downs Southern JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) — Greg Wilson scored 20 points and Barry Ford added 18 to lead Washburn University to an 83-74 Central States basketball victory over Missouri Southern Friday night. The Ichabods, 14-1 overall and 1-0 in the CSIC, led 45^0 at halftime. Missouri Southern, 12-2 and 1-1, moved into a 47-47 tie early in the second half, but Calvin Godine's basket with 16:41 left gave Washburn the lead for good. Chris Tuggle popped in 20 points for Missouri Southern. BROOKVILLE—Tescott captured a 58-57 overtime victory over Ell- Saline Friday night in Post Rock League action. In the girls' contest, Ell-Saline edged the Trojans, 39-35. John Webb scored 16 points to lead the Tescott boys to their win. Tom Winters added 10 points for the Trojans, who improved their PRL record to 2-1 and their overall mark to 3-3. Ell-Saline, which fell to 2-2 and 4-4, was led by Cary Wikoff, who scored 14 points. Diane Lecklider scored 22 points to pace the Ell-Saline girls to their win. The victory was the first in three PRL outings for the Cardinals, who are now 2-5 overall. Tescott, now 1-2 and 3-3, was led by Susie Reed's 11 points. BOYS TESCOTT (SB) Haines 1 6-6 8, Berkley 2 2-4 6, Winters 5 0-0 10, Webb 4 8-11 16, Sanders 3 0-0 6, Bitler52-2 12. Totals 2018-24 58. ELL-SALINE (57) Omli4 1-29, Griffin 3 7-9 13, Wikoff 46-814, Bolte 1 0-0 2, Berndt 2 0-2 4, Lindsay 21-25, Holcom 1 2-2 4, Schulz 2 2-3 6. Totals 19 19-29 57. Tetcotl 8 IB 16 12 4 —SB Ell-Salln. 18 10 10 16 3 — 57 TOTAL FOULS — Tescott 22, Ell-Saline 18. FOULED OUT — Sanders, Haines (Tescott). GIRLS TESCOTT (35) Berkley 30-16, McClure 11-33, Diedrick 3 26 8, Reed 51-411, Anderson 10-02, Nelson 2 1 - 35.Totalsl55-1735. ELL-SALINE (39) Lecklider 7 8-13 22. Petermnan 1 2-2 4, Simmons 3 0-1 6, Griffin 3 1-67. Totals 14 11-26 39. Teicott B 11 7 9 — 35 Ell-Saline 4 B 12 IS — 39 TOTAL FOULS — Tescott 24, Ell-Saline 17. FOULED OUT — Berkley (Tescott), Gleoson (Ell- Saline). \/ Knights (Continued from Page 13) by Bryon Bigham, to make it 43-35 at 3:46. But again, the Knights responded. Four unanswered baskets helped them to a 53-38 advantage entering the final period. And the fourth quarter belonged to Roesner. He scored the first basket of the period, and later had four straight Sacred Heart baskets, the final one giving the Knights a comfortable 65-49 cushion with just two minutes in the game. Roesner had 10 points and four rebounds in the final period before going to the bench with 1:53 remaining. Sacred Heart had its fast-break in gear all night, aided by a 44-34 re- bounding edge. "We look for the quick, easy shot on the break," Mannebach said. "And the only way you can fast- break is by controlling the boards." The Knights still got some production from the backcourt, although it wasn't one of their better shooting nights. Meares and Darren Knipp • both finished with 12 points and Maes 8. "There were spells when we couldn't put the ball in the hole tonight, and other times when we did shoot pretty well," Mannebach said. Erbert was the bulk of Ellsworth's offense in the first half, scoring all but two of his team-high 16 points in the first two quarters: Bigham took over in the second half, as the 6-0 senior got 13 of his 15 points after the intermission.

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