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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Thursday, January 23,1986 Pagel2 Basketball college scores Today's schedule - Bu Tk» > ..f.rli.j-J Bu... "^ NBA standings By Th* Associated Prtst AIITlm..CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Divlilon W t Pet. Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York 31 26 25 21 15 8 14 18 . 21 . 27 . .795 667 581 500 357 OB _ 4 8 11 17 "i '', Vi Control Dtvfilon Milwaukee ' Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana 28 23 20 18 15 11 15 . 17 22 . 24 . 28 . 30 ,651 .575 476 429 ,349 .268 3 7 9 13 16 '.] ! /i Vi WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston Denver San Antonio Dallas Utah Sacramento 28 24 23 19 21 16 14 18 20 20 23 26 667 571 .535 .487 .477 .381 4 5 7 8 12 'i T/ > Pacific Division L.A. lakers Portland Phoenix l.A. Clippers Seattle Golden Slate 32 26 15 16 15 14 8 19 25 28 27 32 .800 .578 .375 .364 .357 .304 8 17 18 18 21 ' j Wednesday's Gamts Philadelphia 118, Phoenix 1U Atlanta 131. Golden Slate 100 Detroit 107, Cleveland 104 Boston 110. L.A. Lakers 95 L.A,Clippers131.Dollas118 Denver 137, New Jersey 124 Thursday's Gam*s Phoenix at Washington. 6:30 p.m. Sacramento at Houston, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey al Utah, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Portland, 9:30 p.m. Friday's Gams Golden State at Boston, 6:30 p.m. New York at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. Philadelphia ol Cleveland, 7 p.m. Detroit at Dallas 7:30 p.m. San Antonio at Denver, 8:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores 76ERS 111, SUNS 111 Phoenix (111) Sanders 11-15 0-0 22, Nonce 7-16 2-4 16, Edwards 5-9 2-312, Thompson 1 -2 2-2 4. Humphries 2-8 4-5 8, Pittman 4-4 2-3 10. Adams 3-8 0-0 6. Davis 10-19 i-i 25. Pinckney 3-3 2-2 8. Totals 46-84 18-23 Philodelph!a(118) Jones 3-7 2-3 8, Berkley 8-12 11-15 29, Molone 5-10 13-19 23, Erving 7-14 5-919, Cheeks 8-10 3-3 19, Threat! 5-10 0-0 10, Catledge 2-5 1-2 5, Johnson 0-1 0-0 0. Moss 1 -4 3-4 S.Totols 39-73 38-55 118. Phoenix 25 31 26 29-111 Philadelphia 33 30 21 27—111 Three-point goals—Davis, Berkley 2. Fouled out — Adams. Rebounds—Phoenix 36 (Nonce 6). Philadelphia 37 (Berkley 14). Assists—Phoenix 28 (Humphries 8), Philadelphia 25 (Cheeks 12). Total fouls— Phoenix 32, Philadelphia 18. Technical— Phoenix illegal defense. A—11,787. HAWKS 131, WARRIORS 100 Golden Stole (100) Short 6-12 3-3 15, Smith 6-9 0-0 12, Carroll 6-13 4-6 16, Floyd 6-13 2-2 14, Teagle 5-15 5-7 15, Bollard 6-8 2-2 14, Whitehead 1-4 0-2 2, Huston 3-5 1-1 7, Thibeaux 1-3 1-2 3, Conner 1-1 0-0 2. Verhoeven 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 41-83 18-25 100. Atlanta (131) Levingston 3-5 4-5 10, Wilkins 10-21 5-5 25. Willis 4-7 3-5 11, Rivers 8-8 1-2 17. Wittman 10-12 3-6 23, Koncak 2-5 0-0 4, Johnson 4-7 2-3 10. Carr 2-5 0-0 4, Battle 4-4 0-0 8, Webb 5-51-211, Rollins 3-3 0-0 6. Hastings 1-1 0-0 2.Totals 56-83 19-28 131. ColdenStata 30 25 23 22—100 Atlanta 28 33 30 40-131 Fouled out — None. Rebounds—Golden State 45 (Smith 10), Atlanla 40 (Koncok 8). Assists—Golden State 20 (Floyd 8), Atlanta 37 (Rivers 12). Total fouls—Golden Slate 23, Atlanta 25. Technical—Floyd. A—4,494. PISTONS 107, CAVALIERS 104 D.troit(107) Tripucka 10-16 4-4 24, Benson 1-5 4-4 6, Laimbeer 6-14 2-3 14. Dumars 3-8 2-2 8, Thomas 6-12 0-0 13, Cureton 3-5 2-4 8, Johnson 6-13 3-3 15, Campbell 8-14 1-1 17, Mahorn 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 44-90 18-21 . 107. Cleveland (104) Jones 2-6 1-25, Hinson 11-14 8-11 30. Turpin 6-12 0-0 12. Bagley 5-13 2-2 12, Free 9-18 3-4 21. Poquetle 3-4 4-4 10, Brewer 4-8 2-2 10, Shelton 1-2 0-0 2, Minniefield 1-1 0-02, Lee0-1 0-OO.Totals 42-7920-25104. Dotrolt 30 30 22 25-107 Cleveland 28 27 27 22-104 Three-point goal—Thomas. Fouled out— Benson. Rebounds—Detroit 48 ' (Laimbeer 14), Cleveland 43 (Hinson Turpin 6). Assists—Detroit 30 (Thomas 12), Cleveland 31 (Bagley 16). Total fouls—Detroit 24, Cleveland 24. Technical—Free. A—7,104. CELTICS 110, LAKERS 95 Los Angeles (95) Lucas 4-11 1-39, Worthy 5-15 2-3 12, Abdul-Jabbar 6-20 5-6 17, Scott 7-13 1-1 16, E.John.on 6-10 3-3 15, Cooper 2-5 0-0 4. Kupchak 2-9 2-3 6. Green 2-6 0-0 4, McGee 2-5 2-2 6, Spriggs 2-4 0-14, Lester 1-30-0 2. Totals 39-101 16-2295. Boston (110) McHale 3-14 6-8 12, Bird 8-16 4-4 21. Parish 7-13 2-2 16, D.Johnson 9-194-4 22. Ainge 5-9 0-0 11. Walton 5-6 1-2 11, Sichting 3-4 1-1 7, Wedman 2-6 0-0 4, Carlisle 1-3 0-0 2, Vincent 2-3 0-0 4, Kite 0-2 0-0 0, Thirdkill 0-2 0-0 O.Totals 45-98 18-22110. L.A. Lakers 25 24 26 20- 95 Boston 31 26 31 22—110 Three-point goals—Scott, Bird, Ainge. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—L.A. Lakers 55 (Green, Lucas 10), Boston 70 (Bird 12). Assists—L.A. Lakers 17 (E.Johnson 6). Boston 27 (D.Johnson B). Total fouls— L.A. Lakers 23, Boston 21. Technical—Cooper. A—14,890. CLIPPERS 131, MAVERICKS I IB LoiAng«l«i(131) Maxwell 6-8 6-7 18, White 7-13 1-1 15, Nimphius 6-8 9-10 21. Johnson 8-18 6-6 22, Nixon 2-7 3-3 7. Benjamin 6-8 2-214, Valentine 3-8 4-5 10. Bridgeman 1-4 0-0 2, Cage 6-9 2-3 14, Gordon 3-7 0-0 6, Edwards 0-00-00, Bryant 1 -2 0-02. Totals 49-9233-37131. Dallas (118) Aguirre 9-18 7-9 25. Perkins 4-141-29, Donaldson 4-6 4-4 12, Harper 11-15 3-4 26, Blackman 10-20 4-5 24. Schrempf 0-2 0-0 0, Davis 2-3 2-2 6, Vincent 5-110-110, Blab 0-0 0-0 0, Ellis 2-8 0-2 5, Wennington 0-1 1-21. Keeling 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 47-98 22-31 118. L.A.CIIpp.n 18 37 31 M-131 Dallas 2*223037-118 Three-point goals—Harper, Ellis. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—L.A. Clippers 62 (Nimphius 14), Dallas 45 (Donaldson 13). Assists—L.A. Clippers 30 (Nixon 10). Dallas 26 (Blackman 7). Total fouls—l.A. Clippers 31, Dallas 30. Technicals —Nimphius, Johnson. A—16,141. NUGGETS 137, NETS 124 New Jersey (124) B.Williams 4-8 2-4 10, King 8-13 2-218. Gminski 1-6 4-5 6, Birdsang 5-10 0-0 10, Cook 1-3 0-0 2, Dawkins 9-13 4-7 22, O'Koren 0-3 0-G 0, Richardson 5-134-415, Johnson 5-10 15-15 25, Ransey 7-10 2-2 16, Callage 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 45-91 33-39 124. Denver(137) English 16-29 11-14 43, Natt 11-16 8-9 30, Cooper 2-8 7-911, Lever 6-115-617, Dunn 5-7 0-0 10, Hanzlik 1-7 9-13 11, T.Williams 3-4 0-0 6, Turner 3-7 1-1 7. Schoyes 1-3 0-0 2.Totals 46-92 41 -52137. N.w Jersey 21 30 30 34-124 D.nv.r 28 35 31 43-137 :,i- Three-point goal—Richardson. Fouled • •Cut—B.Williams. Rebounds—New ""Jersey 50 (Johnson 11), Denver 67 (Dunn B). Assists—New Jersey 23 (Richardson 7). Denver 35 (Lever 14). Total fouls—New Jersey 40, Denver 29. Tech- nicals—New Jersey illegal defense 2, Richardson. A—10,736. By The Associated Press EAST Albany St., N.Y. 69 Binghomton 65 Buffalo 81. Brockport St. 74 Conisius 51. Colgate 50 CCNY 86. Baruch 90 Charleston. W. Vo. 98. Wesleyan 96 C.W. Post 86. Southampton 69 Delaware 71. Lehigh 70 Fairmont St. 110. West liberty 76 lofoyette 70, Towson St. 61 Ohio Wesleyan 74. Cose Western 71 Philo. Textile79. Adeiphi 77, OT Pittsburgh 64. Boston Coll. 62 Sacred Heart 93. Bridgeport 80 Seton Hall 84. Brown 53 St. John's 56. Fordhom 47 St. Peter's 74. Manhattan 56 Syracuse 95, Providence 73 W.Virginia St. 139, Bluefield St. 104 SOUTH Alabama 85, Vanderbilt 72 Albany St.. Go. 85. Morris Brown 75 Auburn 73. Mississippi 61 Barry 57. Nova 55 Bir.-Soulhern 63. Ala.-Huntsville 47 Catowba 76, Guilford 66 Coastal Carolina 73. Ml. Olive 60 Eckerd 78. Florida Tech 75 Flo. Southern 92, Rollins 67 Florida 74, Louisiana St. 65 LoGronge 78. Southern Tech 67 Lincoln Memorial 90, King 60 Longwood 54, Liberty Baptist 52 Mary Washington 69, Randolph-Mocon 49 Moravian 64. Muhlenberg 63. OT N.Georgia 91. Shorter 56 N.C.-Wilmington 75. Campbell 62 Tampa 63, Si. Leo 56 Tennessee 69. Mississippi St. 51 Tn.-Chattanooga74, W. Carolina 62 Virginia 54. Woke Forest 47 Virginia Tech 79, North Carolina AST 75 Virginia Union 112. Bowie St. 90 W. Kentucky 64, Dayton 62 W. Virginia Tech 76, Glenville Si. 63 William 8 Mary 71. VMI 64 Wingate76. Pleiffer66 MIDWEST Akron 117, Urbana 79 Aquinas 99. Kalamazoo 73 Aurora 67, Judson 66 Avilo 81. Benedictine 58 Bowling Green 92. N. Illinois 71 Butler 67, Valparaiso 57 Doane 58. Concordia, Neb. 52. OT Dordt 79. Neb. Wesleyan 75. OT E.Michigan75, Toledo58 Findlay 64. Defiance 63 Hamline 60, Gustav Adolphus 53 Hanover 83. Earlham 70 Hastings 97. Mt. Marty 71 Hope 78, Albion 67 Huron 103. Sioux Falls 97. 20T III. Benedictine 93, Concordia. III. 72 III. Wesleyon 78. Augustana, III. 66 Indiano-SE 70. Oakland City 68 Kent St. 58, Cent. Michigan 55 Lincoln, Mo. 72, Mo.-Rolla58 Marian 73. Franklin 70. OT Miami. Ohio 85. Ohio U. 68 Mo. Valley 95, Columbia. Mo. 68 N. Michigan 116. Michigan Tech 53 Notre Dame 67. American U. 56 NW Missouri 79, NE Missouri 72 Ohio Northern 60, Capital 52 Olivet 65, Alma 60 Otterbein 74, Wittenberg 65 Quincy 69, Cent. Missouri 64 Rockford 80. Trinity. III. 67 Rockhurst 67, Mo.-Kansas City 66 SE Missouri 96. Mo,-Si. Louis 65 Siena His. 101. Mich.-Dearborn 83 St. Ambrose 77. Loros 73, OT St. John's, Minn. 76, St. Thomas, Minn. 60 SW Missouri St. 68, St. Louis 61 Taylor62.Tri-St.53 W.Michigan 67, Ball St. 64 Wabash 68. Rase-Hulman 66 Wilmington, Ohio 85, Bluffton 80 Wis.-Milwaukee 64, St. Xavier 52 SOUTHWEST AngeloSt.82,McMurry74 Baylor 53, Rice 49 Houston 76, Texas ASM 69 Nebraska 62, Oklahoma St. 61 NW Oklahoma 90, Phillips 78 SE Oklahoma 57. NE Oklahoma 56 So. Methodist 61. Texas Tech 57 FAR WEST Regis 50. Metro St. 49, OT Utah 82, Air Force 60 WOMEN EAST Boston Coll. 69. Seton Hall 54 Providence 105. Georgetown 62 Rhode Island 82. Boston U. 67 Siena 81, Colgate 55 St. John's 69, Connecticut 61 Vermont 50, Hartford 48 Villanovo62, Pittsburgh 53 SOUTH Florida 77, Florida St. 68 Georgia 93. South Carolina 70 Georgia Tech 87, Columbia Coll. 69 George Mason 59, Richmond 52 Marehead St. 82, Marshall 67 New Orleans 78, S. Mississippi 70 North Carolina 95, Clemson 91 Virginia St. 68, Md.-E. Shore 58 W. Kentucky 85. N.C. Charlotte 51 MIDWEST E. Michigan 66, Toledo 64, OT Missouri 76, Kansas 70 Oklahoma 83, Kansas St. 72 W.Michigan 74, Ball St. 58 SOUTHWEST Nebraska 75, Oklahoma St. 70 Texas 95, Texas Christian 42 College men FLORIDA 75, LSU 65 Louisiana State (65) Taylor 6-14 0-0 12, A.Wilson 4-9 0-0 8, Redden 6-9 0-0 12, Williams 8-154-4 20, 8lanton 1-40-02, Bukumirovich 0-0 0-00, Brown 2-4 1-2 5. Woodside 0-1 1-21, Vargas 1-1 3-4 5. Totals 28-57 9-12 65. Florida (75) Montgomery 4-8 2-3 10, Moten 6-16 5-6 17. Maxwell 7-16 1-2 15, P.lawrence 6-12 1-1 13, McClory 4-6 1-2 9, Currington 2-3 2-2 6, J.Lawrence 1 -7 0-0 2, Lett 1-10-0 2, Saso0-00-00. Totals 31-71 12-1674. Halftime—Florida 37, Louisiana State 34. Fouled out — None. Total fouls—Louisiana State 16, Florida 14. Rebounds— Louisiana Stale 37 (Brown 6), Florida 39 (P.Lawrence 12). Assists—Louisiana State 15 (Brown 5), Florida 14 (Montgomery 7). A—7,312. ST.JOHN'S5«,FORDHAM47 St. John's (56) Glass 4-9 0-0 8, S.Jones 4-6 2-3 10. Berry 7-15 3-6 17. Jackson 2-4 0-2 4, Rowan 5-7 1 -2 11, hemple 1 -3 0-0 2, Baldi 0-2 1-31, Shurina 0-2 0-1 0, Brass 0-0 3-4 3. Totals 23-48 10-21 56. Fordhom (47) McCormick 2-6 2-2 6, Poterno 3-15 2-3 B, Robinson 1-2 0-0 2. Brooks 1-3 0-0 2, Parrotta 0-1 2-4 2. Williams 2-4 5-11 9, Franco 3-7 1-37, Taylor 0-2 0-0 0. L.Jones 1-42-24. Skoko 2-31-25, Bantum 1-10-0 2. Totals 16-48 15-27 47. Halftime—St. John's 29, Fordham 19. Fouled out—Paterno. Rebounds—SI. John's 39 (Berry 15), Fordhom 34 (Paterno 10). Assists—St. John's 17 (Jackson 8). Fordham 8 (Taylor 3). Total fouls—St. John's 20, Fordham 21. Tech- nicals—None. A—14,263. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 BASKETBALL Kansas at Missouri, 8 p.m. Northern Iowa at Wichita State women, 7 p.m. Kansas Wesleyon women at Colorado Christian College. 8:30p.m. Abilene vs. Sacred Heart at BiCenter (Salina Inv.), 6p.m. Concordia vs. Salina South at BiCenter (Solina Inv.), 7:45 p.m. Celtics sharp against Lakers Juco scores By The Associated Press Men Allen Co. 77, Johnson Co. 71 Barton Co. 92. Pratt 84 OT Colleyville8l.NeoshoCo.53 Independence 106, Cowley Co. 73 Kansas City, Kan. 95. Fort Scott 79 Women Allen Co. 60. Johnson Co. 58 Barton Co. 77. Pratt 51 Coffeyville83. NeoshoCo.66 Cowley Co. 67, Independence 66 Kansas City, Kan. 71. Fort Scott 56 Prep boys STERLING INVITATIONAL Consolation semifinals MOUNDRIDGE 78. LITTLE RIVER ti Moundridge 18 23 17 20-78 LiltleRiver 4 18 6 17—45 Moundridge — Durst 6. Krehbiel 2 Schrag 10, Toews 2. James Rotilaff 10. Jerome Ratilaff 12. Galle 8, Otte 2 Unruh 8. Coiort 5, KnolM 3. Little River — Hayes 6. Hubenett 3 Baldwin 11 Hawkinson 4 John 4, Neel 12, First Round SMOKY VALLEY 49, HILLSBORO 4» (Jot) Sm.Vlly 14 12 6 10 2 5 — 49 Hillsboro 9 12 14 7 2 4 — 48 Smoky Valley — Ahlstedt 8. loder 2 Farley 5 To r gerson 16 Tarnstrom 7. NelsonS. Jader3. Hillsboro — Funk 2 Brennemon 18. Thomas 2 Heide 8, Arnold 7 Nickel 3, Vojnar 3. ELLSWORTH M. STIRLING 54 (Jot) Ellsworth 10 14 10 14 2 10 — 60 Sterling 18 12 9 8 2 4 — 54 Ellsworth — Erbert 17, Bingham 15, Davis 20. Rodcliff 6. Snyder 2. Sterling — Monroe 14. Riggs 10, Schmidt 2. Zimmerman 8, Neal 12, Prof- fitt2.Oden6. ROADRUNNER CLASSIC At Anthony First Round NICKERSON 74, CHAPARRAL 4* Nickerson 18 16 19 21—74 Chaparral 10 10 13 15 — 48 Nickerson — Stange 29, Schneieer 17, Lambert 8, Forr 8. Brown 4. Osborne 3. Cole 2. Chaparral — Menhusen 12, Beam 9, Adams 9. Jacobs 5. Meek 4, Baker 3, Darnell2,Yondell2. Arkansas City 85. Mulvane 83 MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hoys First Round PLAINVILLE 60, WaKEENEY 48 Ploinville 18 12 10 20 — 60 WaKeeney 6 13 12 17 — 48 Plainville — Dreiling 2, M.Krebs 9, Losey 6, D.Krebs 3, Johnson 12, Gaschler 16, Patrick 4, Wright 8. WaKeeney — Fabrizius 2, Funk 2. Riedel 20, Mclntash 12, Mai 2, Weber 6. Rieker2, Channell2. NORTON 54, OSBORNE 51 (ol) Osborne 15 15 8 9 4 — 51 Norton 10 11 16 10 9 — 56 Osborne — D.Wolters 16, J.Wolters 25, Corswell 1, Daise 2, Golladay 3, Boles 4. Norton — Ambrosier 14, Kasson 7, McLallen 21, Carlton 1, Griffey 4, Sanko 1, Myers 8. 100-backslroke — 1. Edmonds, 1:04.57: 5. Davidson. 1:08.75: 6. Kuhn. 1:15.01. 100-breaststroke - 1. Wolf. 1.08.44 (freshman record): 4. Van Meter 1:14.88; 6. Howard, 1:17.32. 400-freestyle relay — 3. Central (Evans, Govreau. Davidson. Edwards': 3:51.04: 4. Central iBedinger Strait Burl, Kuhn), 3:59.54. SAUNA CENTRAL 107. GARDEN OTY M Central results Sam* Mm** as Manhattan m««t 200-medley relay — 1. iEdwcrds Wolf. Von Meter Harvey 3. ;Kuhn Dick Howard. Reitr\ 200-freestyle — 2. Govreco 3. Evans 4.Burt. 200-I.M. - 2. Davidson 3. Secirw 4. Wolf. 50-freestyie — 1. Harvey 2. Strait 3. Dick. Diving — 1. Anthony 2. Oakes 3. Hall. 100-fry — 2. Harvey. 3. Von Meter 4. Bedinger. !00-freesty!e — 1. Strait. 2. Evens, 3, Howard. 500-freestyle — 1. Govreau. 2. Dick. 100-bcckstroke — 4. Edmonds. 5 Davidson. 6. Kuhn. 100-breoststroke — 1. Wolf 2. Von Meter. 4. Howard. 400-freestyle relay — 2. (Evans. Gov- reou. Davidson. Edwards): 3. (Bedinger Strait, Burl. Kuhn). Tennis Virginias WICHITA (AP) - I I Slims Results of Wednesday's play in the $75.000 Virginia Slims of Kansas women's tennis tournament at Crestview Country Club: Singles S*und Round Camille Benjamin, Bakersfield, Calif., def. Debbie Spence, Cerritos, Calif., 6-4, 6-4. Kate Gompert, Rancho Mirage. Calif., def. Leigh Thompson, Kingsmill on-the- James.Va.,6-0, 2-6, 6-2. Ann Henricksson, Mahtomedi, Minn., def. Grace Kim, Franklin Lakes N.J. 61.6-3. Anne Smith, Dallas, def. Larisa Sav- chenko, Soviet Union, 6-3,7-6 (7-3). Betsy Nogelsen, Kapalua Bay. Hawaii, def. Niege Dias, Brazil. 6-3,6-1. Wendy White, Atlanta, def. Vicki Nelson-Dunbor, Wooster, Ohio, 6-3, 7-6 (7-2). Doublet First Round JoAnne Russell. Naples, Flo., and Anne Smith, Dallas, def. Niege Dias, Brazil, and Evo Krapl, Switzerland, 6-4, 6-3. Hockey Prep girls MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hoys First Round NORTON 53, SMITH CENTER 38 Smith Center 11 B 5 16 —38 Norton 11 9 18 15 — 53 Smith Center — Wagner 4, Curtis 7. Lovewell 16, Peterson 2, Grothaus 4, Snow 1, Cornford 2, Anderson 2. Norton — Stutterheim 30. McEwen 6, Wahlmeier 2. Ryan 4, Schrum 2, Shearer 9. VICTORIA 65, PHILLIPSBURG 48 Phillipsburg 9 10 15 14—48 Victoria 16 16 17 16 — 65 Phillipsburg — Lemon 17, Ross 4, Jennings 2, Northrup 1, Reed 2. Heersink 4, Wickham 10, Burton 8. Victoria — Schrant 1, Roder 7, Dreiling 14, Brungardt 8. Austin 4, Annette Younger 6, Amy Younger 15. NHL standings By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Ptf GF GA Phldlpha 33 14 0 66 209 145 Washgton 28 13 4 60 182 149 NYlslndrs 20 17 9 49 184 168 NY Rangers 22 22 3 47 165 160 Pittsburgh 21 20 5 47 177 169 New Jersey 15 29 1 31 166 212 Adams Division Montreal 25 17 4 54 208 163 Quebec 26 18 2 54 191 159 Boston 21 18 7 49 177 165 Hartford 24 20 1 49 188 171 Buffalo 22 19 5 49 175 160 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division Chicago 22 18 5 49 St. Louis 19 19 6 44 Minnesota IB 20 8 44 Toronto 12 28 5 29 Detroit 10 32 5 25 Smythe Division Edmonton 32 10 4 68 Calgary 21 21 3 45 L.A. 15 24 6 36 Winnipeg 15 29 5 35 Vancouver 14 27 6 34 Wednesday's Games Detroit 6. Boston 5, OT Buffalo 6, Winnipeg 3 N.Y. Rangers 4, Toronto 2 Montreal at Chicago (n) New Jersey at Calgary (n) Pittsburgh at Edmonton (n) 204 170 187 177 158 243 189 166 174 169 201 178 177 223 255 184 177 221 223 198 Swimming Wrestling College women BETHEL 59, McPHERSON 58 Bethel (59) Siellert 01-31, Goering 2 2-3 6, Jacobs 1 0-0 2, Williams 2 0-0 4, Downing 7 1-5 15, Keller 01-21, Michel 1 3-4 5. Hook 2 3-5 7, Welty 8 2-5 18. TOTALS 23 13-29 59. McPherson (5t) Wasson 1 0-0 2. Benson 02-22. Nichels 23-127, Merrifield 45-913, Harrison 3 00 6, Kingery 2 2-6 6, Grate 12-24. Zink 9 0-018. TOTALS 2014-31 58. HALFTIME — McPherson 32, Bethel 24. TOTAL FOULS — Bethel 22, McPherson 23. FOULED OUT - Merrifield (M). REBOUNDS — Bethel 30, McPherson 37. TURNOVERS — Bethel 24, McPherson 25. MARYMOUNT JV 77, STERLING JV 52 Sterling JV (52) Kirkwood 4 4-4 12, Robsan 7 1-3 15. Nolan 24-78, Weibe 1 0-0 2, Vancleove 0 0-0 0, Bloomquist 0 2-2 2, Wilson 20-04. Schwinder 1 1-23, Vardeveer 3 0-2 6. Totals —2012-2052. Marymount JV (77) Bradley 8 2-2 18, Calvert I 0-0 2, Anderson 1 4-4 6, Nelson 5 0-1 10, Poitevint 70-214, Johnson 3 0-0 6, Rupp 4 0-0 8, Schnepl 2 0-0 4. Kobza 3 3-3 9. Totols-34 9-1277. HALFTIME — Marymount 35, Sterling 22. FOULS — Sterling 15, Marymount 19. TURNOVERS — Sterling 15. Marymount 16. REBOUNDS - Sterling 29, Marymount 39. Prep results MANHATTAN 121, SALINA SOUTH 50 South results 200-medley relay — 2. (Grimmett, Esson, Keller. Pearce), 2:01.66. 3. (Lee, Temple. Brown, Ring), 2:09.7. 200-freestyle — 3. Mead, 2:07.84; 4. Stocker, 2:07.94; 6. Keller, 2:21.11. 200-I.M. — 4. Brown, 2:49.99. 50-freestyle — 2. Robertson, 23.76: 5. Temple. 25.56; 6. Pearce. 26.83. Diving — 2. Hoffman, 186.45 (state qualifier): 3. Tankard, 178.30; 6. Ring, 152.60. 100-fly — 3. Keller, 1:14.51; 5. Esson, 1:20.39:6. Brown, 1:27.75. 100-freestyle — 2. Robertson. 52.95; 5. Temple, 58.55; 6. Ring, 1:05.38. 500-freestyle — 4. Stocker, 6:02.12; 5. Vassion, 6:46.93; 6.Henderson, 7:53.76. 100-bockstroke - 4. Mead, 1:10.39; 5. Grimmett. 1:10.68:6. Lee, 1:16.69. 100-breaststroke — 3. Esson. 1:13.79; 4. Temple. 1:14.59; 5. Jiminez, 1:16.23. 400-freestyle relay — 2. (Stocker, Temple, Mead, Robertson), 3:46.47: 4. (Pearce, Ring, Vassion, Grimmett). 4:20.32. SALINA SOUTH 99, GARDEN CITY 70 South results (Same times at Manhattan mot) 200-medley relay — I. South (Grimmett. Esson, Keller, Pearce); 3. South (Lee, Temple, Brown, Ring). 200-lreestyle — 2. Mead, 3. Stocker, 4. Keller. 200-I.M.-3. Brown. 50-lreestyle — 1. Robertson, 2. Temple. 3. Pearce. Diving — 1. Hoffman, 2. Tankard, 3. Ring. 100-fly - 2. Keller, 3. Esson, 5. Brown. 100-lreestyle — 1. Robertson, 2. Temple, 5. Ring. 500-lreestyle — 1. Stocker, 2. Vassion, 5. Henderson. 100-backstroke — 4. Mead. 5. Grimmett, 6. Lee. 100-breoststroke — 1. Esson. 2. Temple, 4. Jiminez. 400-lreestyle relay — 2. South (Stacker, Temple, Mead, Robertson); 3. South (Pearce, Ring, Vassion, Grimmett). ', MANHATTAN 105. SALINA CENTRAL 67 Central results 200-medley relay -- 1. Central (Edwards, Wolf, Van Meter, Harvey), 1:49.59: 3. Central (Kuhn. Dick. Howard, Reilz). 2:11.20. 200-lreestyle — 1. Govreau, 1:58.18; 5. Evans, 2:09.44; 6. Burt, 2:22.68. 200-I.M. - 2. Davidson, 2:19.05; 4. Bedinger, 2:24.82; 6. Wolf. 2:27.57. 50-freeslyle — 2. Harvey, 23.07 (school record); 5. Strait. 25.58; 6. Dick, 26.58. Diving — 2. Anthony, 172.75 (slate qualifier); 5. Oakes. 149.65: 6. Hall, 141.60. 100-fly - 2. Harvey, 58.47; 3. Van Meter. 1:03.08; 4. Bedinger. 1:04.69. 100-lreestyle — 4. Strait, 57.83: 5. Evans. 58.95; 6. Howard. 1:00 64. 500-lreestyle - 2. Govreau, 5:21.91; 5. Dick, 6:33.89. NBA roundup By The Associated Press There were no excuses. The Los Angeles Lakers admitted they were outplayed in just about even- department in their worst defeat of the season. "They were on their game, we didn't play well," Los Angeles coach Pat Riley said Wednesday night after the Celtics rolled over the Lakers 110-95 in the first meeting of the 1985-86 season between the NBA powers since last year's championship series. "It's obvious K.C. (Boston coach Jones) and the Celtics were ready. They played much better, much bigger and much longer. "We learned the Celtics are a different team than last year. We wanted to play hard and they took it to us. Every time we got close they blocked a shot and got a deuce at the other end." The Celtics shut down the Lakers' mighty offense that averages 120.5 points a game. Los Angeles hit on only 39 of 101 field goal attempts for 38.6 per cent, while Boston connected on 45 of 98 floor shots, 45.9 per cent. But many of the misses came with victory well in hand. "It was one of our better performances," said Boston center Robert Parish. "It was our most consistent game of the season from start to finish. We didn't let up at either end." Dennis Johnson scored 22 points and Larry Bird 21 in leading the Boston scoring parade. The Celtics, still smarting from a six-game loss to the Lakers in the NBA finals last June, led all the way except for a few seconds in the opening period in hiking their home record to 18-1. Boston also improved its overall record to 31-8, just a half- game behind the Lakers' league-best 32-8. • PISTONS 107, CAVALIERS 104 — At Richfield, Ohio, Kelly Tripucka scored 24 points, including a three- point play that broke a 102-102 tie with 26 seconds to play, as the Detroit Pistons defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers. The contest was tied nine times in the fourth quarter, the last time at 102-102 when Cleveland's Roy Hinson made a 12-foot shot with 40 seconds to go. Etc. Boston's Dennis Johnson (right) reaches, in for the ball against the Lakers' Byron Scott. Cleveland was led by Hinson's season-high 30 points, while World B. Free contributed 21. Tony Campbell scored 17 points, Vinnie Johnson had 15 and Bill Laimbeer finished with 14 for Detroit. • 76ERS 118, SUNS 111 — At Philadelphia, Charles Barkley scored 29 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the Philadelphia 76ers built a 15-point lead in the third period and held off a late Phoenix rally to beat the Suns. Moses Malone scored 23 points and collected 10 rebounds as the 76ers won their third straight and 16th of their last 18. Walter Davis' 25 points and 22 for Mike Sanders led the Suns, who lost their third straight and fourth of the last five. • HAWKS 131, WARRIORS 100 — At Atlanta, Dominique Wilkins scored 25 points and Randy Wittman added 23 to power the red-hot Atlanta Hawks over the Golden State Warriors. Wilkins led an 11-1 Hawks' streak in the third period as Atlanta took a 91-78 lead after three periods before Jr. high results SALINA SOUTH 79, FT. RILEY 23 72-Fiedler (SS) won by forfeit. 76-Weeks (SS) won by forfeit. 80—Robertson (SS) won by forfeit. 84—Powell (SS) won by forfeit. 88—Rossett (SS) won by foil over Johnson. 92-Selders (SS) dec. Love, 2-0. 96-Burt (SS) won by fofeit. 100—Sonchez (FR) dec. Snow, 10-0. 105—Burrows (SS) fall over Emanual. 110-Wedel (SS) fall over Dildiay. 115-Jilka (SS) fall over Cosby. 120— Sorrellf (FR) fall over Nelson. 122—Weiss (SS) fall over Sasberrry. 133-Weber (SS) dec. Wilkens, 8-0. 138—Hineman (FR) pinned DeVolder. 145-Haose (SS) fall over Alvarez. 154-Alles (FR) fall over Elliott. Hwt—Han (SS) fall over Graham. Recreation SRC results League 6 — Dauer Implement 52, Anywhere Travel 45; Websco 64, Tony's 50; Century Sales 71, HSH Construction 53. League 7 — Foreigners 66, Game Plan 53; Tony's Express 69, Ambassadors 59; Ball Hogs 53, KTI48. League B — Suburban TV 47, Bahama Mama 46: Designs by Cunningham 55, Wicker and Wattan 38: FSW Distributing 52, Knights Sporting Goods 49. Harvey sets Central record; Mustangs, Cougars split duals MANHATTAN - Rick Harvey set a Salina Central school record in the 50-yard freestyle during a high school swimming meet here Wednesday. Harvey, a junior, was timed in 23.07 in the event. His time beat his Garden City opponent but was second to Manhattan's Andy Mcllveine (22.34) in the double- duals. The Mustangs defeated Garden City, 107-65, but lost to Manhattan, 105-67. Salina South also split, beating Garden City 99-70 and losing to Manhattan, 121-50. "Against Manhattan, we were within one second of them in eight events, so the meet could have been much closer," Central coach Keith Smith said. "I'm not disappointed. We were definitely the underdog going in. Manhattan is one of the top three teams in the state. It was a fun meet." Central junior James Anthony qualified for the state meet in diving, earning a score of 172.75. Anthony is the first Mustang diver to qualify for state in nearly 10 years, according to Smith. Also for Central, Chad Wolf set a school freshman record of 1:08.445 in the 100-breaststroke. Results are in the Scoreboard. Central and South will be in' Wichita Saturday for the Wichita Northwest Invitational. Oklahoma dumps Lady Cats Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL National League NEW YORK METS—Announced that Danny Heep, outfielder, has agreed to terms on a one-year contract. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS-Signed Jim Gott, pitcher, to a one-year contract. Signed Mark Grant, pitcher, and Charlie Hoyes. infielder. BASKETBALL Notional Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS-Signed Ron Brewer, guard, to a 10-day contract. NBA—Named Rod Thorn vice president of operations. FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS—Fired Kenny Dalton. quarterback coach, and Art Asselta, light-end coach. MINNESOTA VIKINGS-Nomed Floyd Peters defensive coordinator. Canadian Football Leagu* WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS—Signed Delbert Fowler, linebacker, to a two- year contract. HOCKEY Notional Hockey Ltogut BUFFALO SABRES—Recalled Don Lever, confer, and Jacaues Cloutier, goalie, from Rochester of the American Hockey League. Sent Daren Puppa, goalie, and Mikael Anderssan, left wing, to Rochester. MANHATTAN — The Oklahoma Sooners scored the first 11 points of the game on the way to an 83-72 victory over the Kansas State Lady Cats in a Big Eight Conference women's basketball game Wednesday night. The victory by the Sooners caused a logjam in the conference standings as five teams (OU, KSU, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma) are tied for first place with 2-1 records. Kansas State was held scoreless for the first 4:18 of the game, but managed to pull within three points before dropping back to a 49-36 deficit at half time. Oklahoma expanded the lead to as many as 21 points in the final half. "It was one of those nights when we didn't get off to a good start," KSU head coach Matilda Mossman said. "We just didn't come out with a good defensive intensity that we needed. We can't get down to a good team like that by that many points." Oklahoma, 14-2, was paced by Vickie Green's 24 points and 16 from Vicki Streets. Kansas State, now 11-5, got 20 points from Amanda Holley, 12 from Cassandra Jones and 11 each from Susan Green and Sheila Heibert. Next up for K-State is a 3:30 p.m. Saturday game at home against Kansas. OKLAHOMA (S3) Green 11-19 2-3 24, Phillips 5-10 1-3 11, Allison 3-8 5-611, Streets 4-7 8-9 16, Hurley 2-7 3-4 7, Gallon 1 -3 4-4 6, Mosley 2-3 0-04, Willis 1 20-02, Rogers 1-10-02. TOTALS 30-60 23-29 83. KANSAS STATE (72) Holley 6-13 8-10 20, Jones 3-9 6-8 12, Green 4-10 3-411, Heibert 4-14 3-411, Jackson 4-8 0-0 8, Leiding 1 -3 2-4 4, Durham 2-4 0-0 4, Thomas 1 -9 0-2 2. TOTALS 25-75 22-33 72. HALFTIME — Oklahoma 49, Kansas State 36. FOULS — Oklahoma 25, Kansas State 26. FOULED OUT — Green, Willis (OU); Jackson, Thomas (KSU). REBOUNDS — Oklahoma 44 (Allison 13), Kansas State 41 (Holley 10). TURNOVERS — Oklahoma 29, Kansas State 24. Thunderettes cruise to victory CONCORDIA — Cloud County overcame an early deficit and put together a strong second half to crush Northeast-Norfolk, Neb., 111-66, in junior college women's basketball Wednesday night..' Northeast jumped out to a 22-12 lead early in the game, but the Thunderettes fought back to tie it at 40-40 and then added six more points for a 46-40 halftime lead. Cloud County got the first six points of the second half, and kept pulling away for its 10th straight victory. Tonya Wondra led the balanced Thunderette offense with 23 points, followed by Diane Arnold's 22 and Angle Kossow's 21. Colleen Humlicek had 20 points for Northeast. The Thunderettes, 14-3 on the season, play at Colby on Saturday night. NORTHEAST-NORFOLK (66) Humlicek 9 2-6 20, Steffensmeier 5 0-0 10, Borer 3 4-4 10, Harmon 0 6-9 6, Chrlstensen 2 22 6, Jorgensen 1 0-2 2, Emmanuel 3 0-0-6, Chittenden 12-24, Plneo 02-22. TOTALS24 182866. CLOUD COUNTY (111) Kossow 10 1 -1 21, Hoffman 1 0-1 2, Sipple 2 1 1 S, Kline 2 2-4 6, Sproul 60-212, Wondra 10 3-4 23, Anderson 2 0-0 4, Vieta21-25, Bottom 5 0-0 10. Harensape 0 0-0 0, Arnold 9 4-5 22, GrauerholzOl-21. TOTALS49 13-26111. HALFTIME — Cloud County 46, Northeast 40. TOTAL FOULS — Northeast 20, Cloud County 21. FOULED OUT — Harmon (N). TECHNICAL FOUL —Bottoms (CC). putting the game away in the final period. ' • CLIPPERS 131, MAVERICKS 118 — At Dallas, Marques Johnson scored 22 points and Kurt Nimphius added 21 to lead a balanced Los Angeles attack as the Clippers defeated the Dallas Mavericks. Nimphius, who went from Dallas to Los Angeles in a November trade for James Donaldson, tied his season- high point total as the Clippers won for the fourth time in five games. Dallas has lost four of five. • NUGGETS 137, NETS 124 - At Denver, Alex English, the leading scorer in the NBA, scored 43 points, the sixth time this season he has surpassed the 40-point mark, and Calvin Natt added a season-high 30 points to lead the Denver Nuggets over the New Jersey Nets. Denver's Fat Lever, held to 1 just four points during the first three quarters, scored 13 of his 17 points in the final period when the Nuggets had to come from behind after leading by as many as 15 points in the third stanza. Huskere edge OSU STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Anthony Bailous hit a turnaround jump shot from deep in the right corner Wednesday night to give Nebraska a 62-61 Big Eight Conference basketball victory over Oklahoma State. Bailous, a 6-3 junior, hit the 20-foot shot moments after Oklahoma State guard Melvin Gilliam had given the Cowboys a 61-60 lead with an off- balance jumper from inside the top of the key with four seconds remaining^ Nebraska improved to 11-5 overall, 1-2 in the Big Eight. Oklahoma State is 9-7 and winless in three conference games. NEBRASKA (62) , Day 2-60-04, Matzke 1-20-02, Happen 7-18 12-16 26, Marshall 2-10 2-2 6, Carr 4-9 0-0 8, Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Bailous 3-6 2-2 8, Logan 3-5 2-6 8, Jackman 0-1 0-0 0. TOTALS 22-58 18-26 62. OKLAHOMA STATE (61) Manuel 2-5 2-3 6, Taylor 3-6 1-2 7, Bannister 2-2 1-3 5, Faggins 8-20 0-0 16, Gilliam 5-11 2-4 12, Patton 1-30-1 2, Young 2-2 6-6 10, Ivy 1-2 1-4 3. TOTALS 24-51 13-2361. HALFTIME — Oklahoma St. 34, Nebraska 30. TOTAL FOULS — Nebraska 21 , Oklahoma St. 21. FOULED OUT — Matzke, Manuel. REBOUNDS — Nebraska 33 (Happen 13, Oklahoma St. 42 (Taylor, Ivy 8). ASSISTS — Nebraska 9 (Marshall 4), Oklahoma St. 14 (Gilliam 5). A—4,250. Lady Jayahawjks fall COLUMBIA, Mo. — Renee Dozier and Renee Kelly each scored 17 points Wednesday night to power Missouri to a 76-70 victory over Kansas in a Big Eight Conference women's basketball game at the Hearnes Center. The victory improved the Tige- rettes to 2-1 in the Big Eight and 10-6 overall while KU fell to 2-1 and 11-5. Missouri opened up a 13-point lead (40-27) and expanded the margin to 19 points in the second half before the Lady Jayhawks closed the gap at the end. Vickie Adkins scored 26 points for the Lady Jayhawks to become the No. 3 all-time career scorer at the school. Kelly Jennings and Jackie Martin added 11 each. KANSAS (70) Adkins 11-19 4-7 26, Dougherty 1-6 l-5"3, Jennings 4-7 3-4 11. Ott 4-6 0-0 8, Webb 3-8 J-l 7, Martin 3-7 5-711, Straughtor 1 -2 0-0 2 Miller 1-1 0-02. TOTALS 28-56 14-24 70 MISSOURI (76 Dozier 6-10 5-6 17, Kelly 8-17 1-4 17. Ellis 4-10 0-0 8, Prophete 4-14 3-3 11, Keene 0-0 0-0 0, Ellis 2-2 3-4 7, DeLong 2-4 0-0 4. TOTALS 30-63 16-2176. HALFTIME — Missouri 40, Kansas 27. TOTAL FOULS — Kanlas 20, Missouri 22. REBOUNDS — Kansas 18 (Adkins 7), Missouri 39 (Kelly 10). ASSISTS — Kansas 20 (Otl, Webb 5), Missouri 16 (DeLong 5). TURNOVERS — Kansas 25, Missouri 25. Southwestern trims SMOP WINFIELD (AP) - Keith Nubine's 20 points and 16 rebounds led Southwestern to a 67-64 Kansas Conference victory Wednesday night over St. Mary of the Plains. The Moundbuilders improved to 5-4 in the KCAC and 9-7 overall. The Cavaliers, 3-6 and 7-9, were led by Darren Batman's 19 points.

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