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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Friday, January 24,1986 Page 14 Basketball NBA standings Natlonol Botketball Association By The Aisoclated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Dlvlilon W L Pet. Boston 31 6 .795 Philadelphia 28 14 .667 New Jersey 26 18 .591 Washington 22 21 .512 New York 15 27 .357 Central Division Milwaukee 28 IS .651 Atlanta 23 17 .575 Detroit 20 22 .476 Cleveland 18 24 .429 Chicago 15 28 .349 Indiana 11 30 .268 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 29 14 .674 Denver 24 18 .571 San Antonio 23 20 .535 Dollos 19 20 .487 Utah 21 24 .467 Sacramento 16 27 .372 Pacific Division L.A.Lokers 32 8 .800 Portland 26 19 .578 Phoenix 15 26 .366 L.A. Clippers 16 28 .364 Seattle 15 27 .357 Golden Stole 14 32 .304 GB _ 4 '/i 7 1 /, 11 17V, — 3 1 /. 7Vj 9Vi 13 16 — 4 '/i 6 B 9 13 _ evi 17V, 18 18 21 Wednesday's Games Philadelphia 118, Phoenix 111 Atlanta 131, Golden State 100 Detroit 107. Cleveland 104 Boston 110, L.A. Lakers 95 L.A. Clippers 131, Dallas 118 Denver 137, New Jersey 124 Thursday's Games Washington 114, Phoenix 112 Houston 124, Sacramento 107 New Jersey 106, Utah 105 Seattle at Portland (n) Friday's Gomes Golden State at Boston, 6:30 p.m. New York at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Detroit at Dallas 7:30 p.m. San Antonio at Denver, 8:30 p.m. ' LA. Lakers at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores BULLETS 114, SUNS 112 Phoenix (111) Adams 3-6 4-4 10, Nance 9-20 3-6 21, Edwords 3-12 3-8 9, Humphries 9-12 6-6 24, Thompson 4-7 1-2 9, Sonders 6-9 4-5 16, Davis 6-12 4-5 16, Pinckney 3-6 1-37, Robey 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 43-85 26-39 112. Washington (114) ..Janes 0-1 0-0 0, Robinson 8-18 0-0 16, Bol 6-7 0-1 12, Molone 12-25 7-8 31, Williams 3-12 2-2 8. Roundfield 4-6 4-4 12, Wood 6-12 8-11 21,Daye5-84-814, Bradley 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 44-89 25-34114. Phoenix 30 29 21 32-112 Washington 30 33 20 31-114 Three-point goal—Wood. Fouled out— Sanders, Bol. Rebounds—Phoenix 51 (Nance 11), Washington 57 (Bol 12). Assists—Phoenix 24 (Adams 6), Washington 21 (Williams 7). Total fouls—Phoenix 25, Washington 28. Technical—Washington illegal defense. A-4,973. ROCKETS 124, KINGS 107 Sacramento (107) Olberding 1-1 0-0 2, Tyler 5-8 1-2 11. Thompson 9-13 4-5 22, Theus 7-22 4-5 18, Woodson 6-14 6-6 18, Thorpe 4-11 2-3 10, Johnson 7-14 7-10 21. Drew 1-2 1-2 3, Kleine 1-10-02, Kelley 0-2 0-0 0, Brail 02 0-0 0-0, Henry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 41-90 2533107. Houston (124) 1 McCray 0-0 0-00, Sampson 8-132-218, Olajuwoi. 3-15 6-9 22. Lloyd 4-6 3-4 11, Lucas 9-12 1-2 20, Reid 11-17 1-2 23, Peterson 5-11 0-1 10. Wiggins 4-94-5 12, Leavell 2-5 2-2 6, Waiters 0-3 0-0 0, Ehlo 0-2 0-0 0, Harris 1 -2 0-0 2.Totals 52-95 1927124. Sacramento 32 21 32 22-107 Houston 33 26 39 26—124 Three-point goal—Lucas. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Sacramento 51 (Thompson 14), Houston 35 (Reid 10). Assists— Sacramento 27 (Theus 10), Houston 36 (Lucas 17). Total fouls—Sacramento 23, Houston 22. Technicals—Thorpe, Sampson 2 (ejected).A-13,215. NETS 106, JAZZ 105 New Jersey (106) Williams 4-10 4-8 12, King 9-17 1-2 19, Gminski 5-10 0-0 10, Birdsong 9-16 1-2 19, Cook 1-5 0-0 2, O'Koren 4-5 0-2 9, Dawkins 3-4 1-1 7. Richardson 8-15 2-2 18, Ransey 0-5 2-2 2, Johnson 4-7 0-0 8, Turner 0-00-00. Totals47-94 11-19106. Utah (105) Dantley 14-26 8-13 36, Malone 7-14 4-9 18. Eaton 7-10 0-0 14, Green 7-11 1-1 15, Hansen 2-7 7-8 11, Bailey 4-14 3-3 11, Stockton 0-2 0-0 0, Wilkins 0-1 0-0 0, Scurry 0-0 0-0 0, Mannion 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 41-8523-34105. New Jersey 25 27 27 27-106 Utah 29 23 30 23-105 Three-point goal—O'Koren. Fouled out— Williams, Dawkins. Rebound- V-New Jersey 52 (Williams 11), Utah 58 (Eaton 15). Assists—New Jersey 34 (Richardson 10), Utah 27 (Green 8). Total fouls—New Jersey 27. Utah 17. Techni- cals—Dawkins, New Jersey illegal defense. A-12,199. College scores By The Associated Press EAST Albany Pharm. 74, Green Mountain 73 Brandeis 75, Worcester Tech 72 Brockport 87, Daemon 71 Bucknell69,Hofstro68 •Catholic 101, St. Mary's, Md. 94 Clark85,Wesleyan68 Dist. of Columbia 71. Virginia St. 68 E. Conn. 63, Rhode Island Coll. 61 Eastern 68, Allentown 60 Fairfield 80, lona 65 Frostburg St. 78, Pltt.-Johnstown 69 Gannon 68, Alliance 47 Johns Hopkins 67, Frank. & Marsh. 66 Marist 72, St. Francis, Pa. 54 Massachusetts 69, Duquesne 60 Merrimack 74, Bryant 67 Monmouth, N. J. 71, Robert Morris 60 N. Carolina St. 67. Maryland 55 Nazareth 62, RIT 58 ; "New Poltz St. 80, King's, N.Y. 78 Niagara 65, New Hampshire 59 NyackB3,St.Rose74 Prott84.Molloy74 Siena 81, Vermont 69 Spring Garden 84, York, Pa. 83 Springfield 70, American Intl. 53 St. Bonavent. 88, G. Washington 86 Stonehill79,Bentley71 Stony Brook 83, John Jay 57 Temple76. Penn St. 36 Trinity 75, Coast Guard 57 Washington, Md. 95, Swarthmore 85 West Virginia 58, Rhode Island 57 Yale 54. Army 51 SOUTH Ala.-Birmingham 81. N.C. Charlotte 63 Ark.-Little Rock 82, Georgia St. 78 Ashland 61, N.Kentucky 53 Athens St. 56, Montevollo 51 Belmont 78, Lambuth 73 Belmonl Abbey 67, Mors Hill 51 Citadel 76, Furman 72 Call.-Charleston 42, Francis Marion 38 Cumberland 68, Bryan Coll. 66 E. Tenn. St. 87, Appalachian St. 70 Emory 8 Henry 66, Wash. 8 Lee 65 Erskine60,WoKord56 Go. Southern 71, Houston Baptist 55 Gardner-Webb78, Elan 71 Georgetown. Ky. 68. Kentucky St. 65 Hampden-Sydney 74, E. Mennonite 68 Hampton 95, Elizabeth City St. 82 Hardin-Simmons68, Mercer 47 Kentucky 74, Georgia 69 Lander 60, NewberrySS Lane 103, Miles 83 Lee83,Milligon71 Lenoir Rhyne 70, Pembroke St. 67 Limestone 93, Coker 84 Livingstone 72, N.C. Central 69 Miami, Flo. 71, Baptist 60 Mississippi Coll. 61, Belhaven 53 N.C. Wesleyan 63, Va. Wesleyon 52 Old Dominion 47, South Florida 43 Presbyterian 89, Allen 76 Richmond 67, Navy 61 Roanoke 56, Lynchburg 55 Samford 76, Centenary 70 S.C.-Spartonburg 90, S.C.-Aiken 75 South Carolina 65, Clemson 64 St. Andrews 70, Methodist 64 St. Augustine's 101. J.C. Smith 95, OT Tenn. Wesleyon 92, Tusculum 73 Trevecco 88. Freed-Hordeman 65 Union 77, Alice Lloyd 63 VoldostaSt.90,TroySt.87,30T W. Georgia 74, Livingston 60 Winslon-Solem 86, St. Paul's 67 Winlhrop 96. Benedict 72 MIDWEST Blackburn 74, MocMurray 64 Bradley 67, Illinois St. 63, OT Cent. Methodist 56, Baker 45 Grace 62, Ind.-S. Bend 44 Graceland 92, Tarkio 54 Grand Valley St. 87, Oakland. Mich. 75 Greenville 62, Principia 55 Illinois 67, Ohio St. 65 Indiana 71, Purdue 70, OT Indiana Cent. 80, Bellarmine 71 Iowa 76, Northwestern 43 Kansas 81, Missouri 77 Kansas Newman 76, Friends 73 Kenyon 72, Mt. Vernon Naz. 62. OT Lake Superior St. 81, Hillsdale 71 Lewis 69, S. Indiana 59 Marion 95, Indiana Tech 86 Minnesota 67, Wisconsin 65 NE Illinois 81, Roosevelt 76 North Pork 68, Carroll, Wis. 63 Northwood 68, Saginaw Vol. St. 65 Peru St. 68, Bellvue 57 S. Dakota St. 69, Augustana. S.D. 62 S. Illinois 65, Indiana St. 62 Spring Arbor 80, Concordia, Mich. 59 St. Joseph. Ind. 75, Ky. Wesly72. OT Sterling, Kan. 83, St. John's, Kan. 76 Valley City St. 87. Minot St. 75 Walsh 76, Dyke 75 Wayne, Mich. 79, Ferris St. 71 Xavier 80, Cincinnati 76 SOUTHWEST Arkansas St. 62. McNeese St. 49 Arkansas Tech 74, Ark.-Pine Bluff 62 Bethany Nazarene 73, MW Texas St. 63 Cent. Arkansas 89, Henderson St. 59 Cent.St.,Okla.50. USA047 Lamar 72, SW Louisiana 66, OT N. Texas St. 56, Louisiana Tech 50 NE Louisiana 67, Texas-Arlington 55 Okla. Christian 65, Oklahoma City 64 Panhandle St. 63, Langston 59 Paul Quinn 74, Austin Call. 65 St. Edwards 80, Texas Lutheran 78, OT Tulsa 54, W.Texas St. 37 FAR WEST Arizona St. 76, Oregon 58 Brigham Young 66, Air Force 45 Nev.-Los Vegas 88, New Mexico St. 79 Today's schedule High school basketball FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 BASKETBALL Salina Invitational at BiCenter (loser's bracket, 3:15-5 p.m., winner's bracket, 6:45-8:30 p.m.). WRESTLING Salina South at Beloit Invitational. Boys Tournaments WOMEN EAST Army 70, Yale 61 Delaware St. 83, Morgan St. 62 Holy Cross 76, Fordham 72 Penn St. 66, West Virginia 65 Rider67,Drexel60 Rutgers 91, Temple 56 SOUTH Ala.-Birmingham70,VCU56 Appalachian St. 75, W. Carolina 67 Bethune-Cookman 68, Florida ASM 66 E. Tennessee St. 72, Radtoord 63 SE Louisiana 65, Mississippi Coll. 58 Vanderbilt 84, Alabama 75 MIDWEST Dayton 83, Butler 60 E. Illinois 73, Illinois St. 64 Notre Dame 75, Loyola, I Wichita St. 78, N.Iowa 61 KANSAS NEWMAN 76, FRIENDS 73 Frltndi(73) Pearson 4 0-0 8, Barney 7 2-2 16. Schumacher 13 3-3 29, Bumgarner 6 0-0 12, Weaver 1 0-0 2, Felix 2 0-0 4, Hartwick 10-02. TOTALS 34 5-5 73. Kansas Newman (76) Slegman 4 0-0 8, Melbert 13 2-3 28, McDaniel 5 2-2 12, Morgan 5 1-2 11, Preston 0 2-2 2, Strand 51-211, Laylon 2 0-0 4. TOTALS 34 8-1176. HALFTIME — Friends 40, Kansas Newman 39. TOTAL FOULS — Friends 15, Kansas Newman 10. FOULED OUT — Weaver (Friends). College JV men MARYMOUNT 91, FORT RILEY ARMY 19 Fort RlUy Army (89) Goodin 12-21 4-4 28, Frank 2-4 0-0 4. Copeland 1-2 0-0 2, White 5-9 4-4 14, Peterson 5-7 0-0 10. Ballon 5-7 0-0 10, Moore0-02-2 2. Hill 0-20-00, Lumpkin 220-04, Gibson 3-5 0-0 6, Allen 2-3 0-0 4, Peoples 0-1 0-0 0, Pollock 2-3 3-6 7. TOTALS 38-64 13-1889. Morymount (98) Forge 3-3 0-0 6. Manslield 5-9 4-4 14, Belew 8-20 1-1 17, Douglas 0-1 0-0 0, Fechter 1-2 0-0 2, Robinson 5-11 2-3 12. Dugan 9-20 4-4 22, Roberts 0-0 0-0 0, Maydew 2-6 0-2 4, Pinolto 0-3 0-0 0, Guitroi 5-10 1-2 11, Ward 5-8 0-0 10. TOTALS 43-93 12-1598. HALFTIME - Fort Riley Post 39, Marymount 39. TOTAL FOULS — Fort Riley Post 19, Morymount 21. FOULED OUT - White (FRP). REBOUNDS - Fort Riley Post 26, Marymount 31..TURNOVERS — Fort Riley Post 22. Marymount 12. Freshman girls McPHERSON 47, SAUNA SOUTH 37 Solino South 9 14 7 7-37 McPherson 20 6 13 8-47 Salino South — Berg 7, Meyer 12, J.Peterson 10, Freeland 4, K.Davis 4. McPherson — Daulke 4, Hamilton 2, Herter 4. Koehn 17. Graber 5, Vance 12, Ensyl,Thacker2. Jr. High boys ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 45, JUNCTION CITY 39 Junction City 6 8 12 13—39 Roosevelt-Lincoln 11 15 10 9 — 45 Junction City — Adams 4, Mack 14, Porker^. Potter 8, Southern 10. Roosevelt-Lincoln — Ahrenholtz 2, Harvey 14, McGrew 15, Forst 2, Pope 12. B-team — Roosevelt-Lincoln 28, Junction City 18. KANOPOLIS 59, SACRED HEART 40 Sacred Heort 18 8 8 6 — 40 Kanopolis 13 13 12 21-59 Sacred Heart — Stithem 2, Denning 19, Hebert 10, Hansmonn 7, Cure 2. Kanopolis — Bighorn 8, Morris 5, Place 19,Tanton21,Webber6. B-teom — Sacred Heart 19. Kanopolis 14. Jr. High girls SAUNA SOUTH 23, JUNCTION CITY 12 Solina South 4 13 3 3 — 23 Junction City 2 0 1 9—12 Salina South — LeBlanc 10, Haan 5, Banti 4, Thorp 2, Urich 1, LeSage 1. Junction City — Gullette 3, Davis 2, Goodin 2, Hill 2, Tobor 2, Wood 1. B-team — Salina South 19, Junction City 17. SACRED HEART 40, KANOPOLIS 34 SacredHeart 12 11 10 7 — 40 Kanopolis 8 14 3 9 — 34 Sacred Heart — Clark 13, Hermes 7, Newell 6, Sibilla 6, Stithem 5, Burgardt 2, Rodenbaugh 1. Kanopolis — Maddox 12, McAfee 13, Schwerdtseger6, Wright 3. 120 —Speilman (R-L) pinned Strawn. 127 — Sharp (R-L) pinned Grenia. 133 — Johnson (M) pinned Ball. 138 — Criswell (M) won by forfeit. 145 - Campbell (M) won by forfeit. 154 — Dyke (M) won by forfeit. HVT — Hecker (M) won by forfeit. Gymnastics YMCA results SAUNA TRIANGULAR CLASS IV 8-Und.r ARMSTRONG, 6th in vault; DIMIT, 4th in vault. 1st in bars, 2nd in beam, 4th in floor and 2nd in all-around; FELLERS, 5th in bars: HAMEL. 6th in floor; JOCHUM, 5th in vault, 1st in floor, 6th in all- around; KLINGZHL, 2nd in bars, 1st in beam, 2nd in floor, 1st in all-around; WEEKS, 6th in floor; SILER, 6th in bars; WILKINSON, 2nd in vault, 5th in bars, 4th in beam, 3rd in all-around; McCAIN, 3rd in bars, 3rd in beam, 3rd in floor, 1st in all-around. 10-11 HANEY. 4th in floor; HANSEN, 6th in floor: HARMON, 3rd in bars: KIMBERLIN, 2nd in vault, 2nd in bars, 2nd in beam, 5th in floor, 2nd in all-around: LAW, 5th in vault; LUETTERS, 6th in vault, 2nd in floor; McCAIN, 2nd in vault. 1st in bars. 1st in beam, 3rd in floor, 1st in all- around; BOMBARDIER, 5th in vault, 2nd in bars, 1st in floor, 3rd in all-around; BOSS, 3rd in beam, 6th in all-around; ECTON, 4th in vault, 5th in bars. Clan IV, 12-14 HANNEBAUM. 6th in bars, 1st in beam, 5th in floor, 5th in all-around; McCONKEY, 3rd in bars, 2nd in beam, 5th in floor, 3rd in all-around; SMITH, 5th in vault, 2nd in bars, 4th in floor, 6th In all-around; TOMANEK, 1 st in vault, 1st in bars, 4th in beam, 4th in floor, 1st in all- around. Clan III, 10-11 LYSELL, 2nd in vault, 2nd in bars, 1st in beam, 5th in floor, 1st in all-around; WALKER, 3rd in vault, 1st in bars, 2nd in beam, 2nd in floor, 2nd in all-around. Clan III, 12-14 BELL, 4th in bars, 6th in floor, 5th in all- around; FELLERS, 3rd In vault, 3rd in bars, 2nd in beam, 4th in all-around; KRUMWIEDE, 4th in vault, 1st in bars, 6th in beam, 2nd in all-around; LoPLANT, 1 st in vault, 1st in beam, 4th in all-around; RICKARD, 2nd in bars, 5th in beam, 2nd in floor, 3rd in all-around; SCHORLING, 5th in bars, 4th in beam, 6th in oil- around; TOMANEK, 1st in bars, 1st in floor, 1st in all-around. Class III, 15-over GREUBER, 1st in all-around. Tennis Golf ,.54 College men INDIANA 71, PURDUE 70 (ot) Purdue (70) Mitchell 5-11 4-4 14, Lee 5-10 0-1 10, McCants 5-6 4-6 14, Lewis 4-14 1-2 9, Godis 4-9 2-5 10, Stephens 2-5 0-0 4, Arnold 1-3 1-3 3, H.Robinson 1-2 2-2 4, Jones 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 27-6116-2270. Indiana (71) Callowoy 5-8 2-4 12, Harris 4-11 0-0 8, Thomas 3-13 4-5 10, Alford 11-20 5-7 27, S. Robinson 5-120-1 10, Morgan 1-60-02, Meier 0-1 0-1 0, Eyl 1-2 0-1 2. Totals 30-73 11-1971. Halftime—Purdue 34, Indiana 34. Regulation—Purdue 69, Indiana 69. Fouled out—McCants, Harris, Thomas. Rebounds—Purdue 42 (Lee 9), Indiana 44 (Harris, Robinson 8). Assists—Purdue 13 (Mitchell 3), Indiana 11 (Robinson 5). Total fouls—Purdue 22, Indiana 22. A-17,259. TULSA 54, WEST TEXAS STATE 37 West Texas State (37) Childs 5-8 0-0 10, Johnson 2-5 0-0 4, Graham 2-6 1-3 5, Singletary 4-5 2-2 10, Woods 3-9 0-1 6, lotus 1-3 0-1 2, Robison 0-0 0-00. Totals 17-36 3-737. Tulsa (54) Moore 3-84-410, Moss 4-60-08, Fobbs 0-0 6-6 6, Boudreaux 3-6 2-2 8, Suggs 0-1 0-00, Peters0-00-00, CelestineO-00-1 0. Deckard 1-2 0-0 2. J. Rohilly 5-9 4-6 14. Otto 0-0 0-0 0, B. Rahilly 3-6 0-0 6. Totals 19-3816-1954. Halftime:Tulsa 2B, W. Texas St. 18. Rebounds—W. Texas SI. 16 (Graham 4), Tulsa 27 (J. Rahilly 9) Assists—W. Texas SI. 5 (Johnson 4), Tulsa 12 (Suggs 5). Fouled out—Graham. Total fouls—W. Texas St. 18. Tulsa 16. A—6,839 STERLING 83, SJ-WINFIELD 76 Sterling (83) Landis 1 0-0 2, Brandt 6 2-2 14, Payne 2 3-4 7, Elman 24-48, Parker 3 0-0 6, Riggs 135-631, Friesen 0 6-6 6, Dalton 41-19. TOTALS 31 21-23 83. SJ-Wlnfleld(76) Payne 10 1-2 21, Hoodlebrink 2 0-0 4, Goodwin 10-22, Goffney 3 0-0 6, Sorrels 20-14, Haskell 105-725, Bowdenl 0-02, Genswein 20-04, Wolfe 3 2-2 6. TOTALS 348-1276. HALFTIME — Sterling 45, St. John's- Winfield 32. TOTAL FOULS — Sterling 14, SI. John's-Winfield 21. FOULED OUT — Dallon (Sterling). TOTAL REBOUNDS — Sterling37 (Riggs 14), St. John's-Winfield 23 (Genswein 8). PGA scores PHOENIX (AP) — First round scores Thursday in the $500,000 Phoenix Open Golf Tournament on the 6,726 yard, par 36-35—71 Phoenix Country Club course (a-amateur): 32-31—63 32-32-64 32-32-44 32-32—64 Hubert Green Greg Norman Calvin Peete Larry Mize Hal Button Jeff Sluman Barry Jaeckel Jack Renner Andy Bean Ronnie Black MikeMcCullough JeHGrygiel Sandy lyle T.C. Chen Joe Inman Tom Sieckmann David Graham George Archer Phil Blackmar Howard Twitty Bob Tway Billlsraelson Paul Azinger John Mahaffey 33-31—64 31-34-65 32-33—65 33-32—65 32-34-66 31-35—66 35-31—66 34-32—66 33-33—66 33-33-46 33-33-66 31-35—66 35-31—66 33-33—66 34-33-67 33-34-47 34-33-67 34-33—67 36-31-67 33-34—67 Wrestling Prep results ST. FRANCIS 32, SCOTT CITY 24 98 — R.Ricker (SC) pinned Van Dyke. 105 — Kasselman (SC) pinned Mills. 112 - Keller (SF) dec. D.Ricker, 5-2. 119 — Mike Sherlock (SF) pinned Norman. 126 - Prieto (SC) dec. Mark Sherlock, 10-3. 132 — DeGood (SF) won by technical fall over Hazlick. 138 — Faulkender (SF) dec. Burgess. 9-0. 145 - Lee (SF) dec. Goodman, 5-2. 155 — Howard (SC) pinned Douthit. 167 — Willis (SC) dec. Weeden. 7-3. 185 - Smull (SF) dec. Buehler, 18-7. HVT — Greenhagen (SF) won by forfeit. Jr. High results MCPHERSON 70, ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 30 72 — Hassler (R-L) won by forfeit. 76 — Moos (R-L) won by forfeit. 80 — Pelnar (M) pinned Stuart. 84 — Double forfeit. 88 • Rousch (M) pinned Holzhuter. 92 — Randa (M) won by forfeit. 96 — J.Smith (R-L) pinned Smith. 100 - Uhlrich (M) won by forfeit. 105 — Leach (M) dec. Britt, 9-0. 110 — Kuhlman [M) won by forfeit. 115 — Luero (M) pinned Lightner. Slims results WICHITA (AP) — Results of quarterfinals Thursday in the $75,000 Virginia Slims of Kansas women's tennis tournament at Crestview Country Club: Quarterfinals - x Singles Marcello Mesker, the Netherlands, del. Anne Smith, Callas, 6-4,7-5. Ann Henricksson, Mohtomedi, Minn., def. Kate Gompert, Rancho Mirage, Calif. 7-6 (7-3), 7-5. Betsy Nagelsen, Kapalua Bay, Hawaii, def. Camille Benjamin, Bakersfield, Calif., 6-7 (6-8), 6-1,6-4. Wendy White, Atlanta, def. Akiko Kijimuta, Japan, 6-4,6-1. Doubles Kathy Jordan, King of Prussia, Pa., and Candy Reynolds, Knoxville, Tenn., def. Wendy While, Atlanta, and Camille Benjamin, Bakersfield, Calif., 6-0,5-7,60. Larisa Savchenko and Svetlana Park- homenko, both Soviet Union, def. Ann Henricksson, Mahtomedi, Minn., and Marcella Mesker, the Netherlands, 6-1, 6-4. Recreation YMC A results Salina YMCA Standings Wildcats 3-0, Shockers 2-1, Huskers 12, Jayhawks 0-3. Last Week's Results Wildcats 56, Shockers 55; Huskers 61, Jayhawks 48; Shockers 73, Jayhawks 49; Wildcats 58, Huskers 38. Leading Scorers McCausland, Jayhawks, 22.3; Savery, Shockers, 19.3; Holgerson, Wildcats, 18.6; Carroll, Wildcats, 11.6; Hoesli, Shockers, 11.3; Warner, Shockers, 11.0; Anderson, Huskers, 10.3; Donatell, Huskers, 9.8; Hinkle, Huskers, 9.3; Kochanowski, Wildcats, 8.3. SRC scores Salina Recreation Commission Thursday's Basketball Scores League 9 — Mattison Real Estate 58, Galaxy Satelite 52; No Names 71, Pain Killers 47; Eddies Club 87, AAA 78. League 10 — General Battery 63, Wilson & Co. 26; Augustine & Son 48, Holiday Mansion 46; Western Auto 70, Salina Cable TV 38. WKEA LEAGUE At Jetmore Semifinals Wheatland 80, Ness City 50 NessCity 11 12 13 14 — 50 Wheatland 22 22 23 13 — 80 Ness City — Ries 11, Werth 14, Karlin 4, Gnagy 4, Clouston 8, Erb 3, Maier 4, Barrett 2. Wheatland — Selensky 12, j.Dlnkel 12, Heinz 7, K.Kaiser 14, Haffer 8. E.Kaiser 2, Deges 3, Katt 14, B.Dinkel 4. Cooper 4. Qulnter 66, Jetmore 40 Jetmore 8 11 10 11—40 Quinter 16 18 18 14 — 66 Jetmore — Bamberger 1, Charles 2, Dauber 2, Cohoon 7, Chambers 11, Hertel 5, Shlew 2, Harms 10. Quinter — D.Jamison 6, K.Jamison 14, Christ 10, Harvey l.Polifka 19, Norton4, RobBurrls6, Rickey Burris 6. Consolation Dighton 62, LaCrosse 61 Dighton 12 16 18 16 — 62 LaCrosse 21 12 15 13 — 61 Dighton — Stanley 2, Schmalzried 4, White 13, Crames 17, Rlsley 4, Wilson 22. LaCrosse — Kuhn 12, LaMasters 14, Jay 8, Oborne22, LegleiterS. ROADRUNNER CLASSIC At Chaparral First Round Clearwater 68, Klngman 55 Kingman 10 16 20 9 — 55 Clearwater 17 15 18 18 — 68 Kingman — Minion 12, Biggs 2, Howell 20, Boyer2, Ernests, Beat 14. Clearwater — Hammers 2, Hickman 29, Simon 6, Newlan 2, Ramsey 25, Foley 4. Pratt 58, Wellington 46 Wellington 11 14 6 15 — 46 Pratt 19 14 14 11—58 Wellington — Velasquez 5, Ybrra 2, McKain 6, Keith 8, Witta 10, Short 15. Pratt — Coubot 3, Kramer 7, Howell 6, Frontz 13, Holme 19, Adelhardt 4, Wood 6. TITIAN CLASSIC At Wichita First Round Wichita South 84, Junction City 78 Wichita South 13 32 17 22 — 84 Junction City 21 22 9 26 — 78 Wichita South — Barnes 8, Adams 14, Voider 21, Clong 27, Ziegler 11, Porchia 3. Junction City — Moon 8,. Domer 12, Turner 32, Smith 8, McCall 8, Boyd 1, Clous 3, Knighton 6. CHEYENNE CONFERENCE At Palco Semifinals Northern Valley 75, Palco 47 Palco 4 16 15 12 — 47 Northern Valley 15 18 22 20 — 75 Palco — Thyfault 10, Towns 5, Nyp 12, Laurin 2, Gehring 13, Newell 4, Ayers 1. Northern Valley — Stutterhelm 5, Lowry 8, Vallin 13, Baird 20, Vincent 16, D.Covington 2, Arford 1, R.Covington 4, Bach4, Reuslnk 2. Eastern Heights 66, Lenora 57 Lenora 11 20 9 17 — 57 Eastern Heights 17 16 16 17 — 66 Lenora — Van Diest 17, Teel 11, Stephen 9, Jones 14, Barlow 6. Eastern Heights — Rose 15, Mooney 9, Johnson 9, Soliday 21, Babcock 12. STERLING INVITATIONAL Semifinals Claflin 65, Ellinwood 62 Ellinwood 12 21 16 13 — 62 Claflin 11 20 18 16 — 65 Ellinwood — Roberts 2, Hammersmith 16, Petz 2, Robins 30, Sobba 12. Claflin — Herter 10, Bohr 14, Richard Rugan 8, Feist 16, Daniels 11, Robert Rugan 6. CROSSROADS CLASSIC At Belleville Consolation Superior, Neb. 76, Minneapolis 37 Minneapolis 6 12 10 9 — 37 Superior, Neb. 10 21 20 25 — 76 Minneapolis — Anderson 6, Johnson 6, Harris 4, Moreland 2, J.allison 14, Shipley 5. Superior, Neb. — Lovewell 6, Thayer 16, Johnson 10, Bethwell 4, Tletjen 4, Moore 5, Ahrens7, Weber 2, Stinson 12, Baird 10. Sandy Creek, Neb. 77, Herington 40 Herlngton 4 6 13 17 — 40 Sandy Creek, Neb. 19 23 21 14 — 77 Herlngton — Salter 1, Tim Schlestner 11, Cox 2, T.Brown 11, Talge 2, M.Obermoyer 11, Lewis 2. Sandy Creek, Neb. — Schumm 2, Brodrick 4, T.Herbek 3, Engel 4, Frager 6, K.Hinrlchs 26, Johnson 2, Harms 2, M.Herbek 27, Moore 1. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hays Semifinals Plalnville 40, Stockton 37 Plainvllle 6 11 14 9 — 40 Stockton 10 7 14 6 — 37 Plalnville — Dreillng 2, M.Krebs 10, Losey 2, D.Krebs 2, Johnson 2, Gaschler 8, Patrick 2, Wright 12. Stockton — Hollowoy 8, Thacker 4, Miller 4, Maddy 8, Comeau 4, Kriley 8, Ollva 1. Norton 49, Ellis 42 22 — 42 19 — 49 Etc. Ellsworth 50, Smoky Valley 46 Smoky Valley 10 10 16 10 — 46 Ellsworth 8 11 13 18 — 50 Smoky Valley — Ahlstedt 10, Loder 4, Farley 14, Torgerson 6, Parnstrom 2, Nelson 6, Jader 4. Ellsworth — Erbert 10, Bighorn 18, Davis 2, Wheeler 6, Rolfs 1, Radcliff 2, Snyder 3, McCreight 8. Consolation Hlllsboro 57, Sterling 46 Hillsboro 16 13 8 20 — 57 Sterling 10 10 14 12 — 46 Hlllsboro — Funk 4, Brenneman 18, Heide 5, Arnold 8, Nickel 2, Vajnar 20. Sterling — Monroe 14, Riggs 2, Schmidt 4, Zimmerman 12, Neal 7, Johnson 3, ProffItt 4. TWIN LAKES LEAGUE At Lincoln Semifinals Natoma 70, Lincoln 34 Lincoln 8 12 6 8 — 34 Natoma 21 20 16 13 — 70 Lincoln — Radtke 5, Andreson 8, Biggs 3, O'Bannon 6, Metz 10, Pescador 2. Natoma — Meitler 12, Elckhoff 10, B.Miller 8, Jamison 2, Hachmeister 4, Engling 1, Haberer 8, Brad Ward 3, Bryan Ward 20, Dolven 1, J.Miller 1. Ellis 4 4 12 Norton 6 10 14 Ellis — Dlnkel 2, M.Nonas 3, L.Augustine 6, R.Nonas 10, Aschbaugh 2, Halagln 9, J.Augustine 10. Norton — McLallen 20, Griffey 7, Myers 6, Ambrosier 3, Carlton 3, Statham 4, Sanko 6. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE At Mankato Semifinals North Central 68, Glasco 64 North Central 22 9 19 18 — 68 Glasco 15 16 14 19 — 64 North Central — Groves 1, Graves 13, M.Miller 19, E.Miller 8, Ewert 5, Morey 22. Glasco — Dowlin 8, Llby 2, Long 16, Winters 4, Schmidt 18, Darrow?, Siemers9. Mankato 64, Hlllcrest 40 Hillcrest 13 10 7 10 — 40 Mankato 16 15 17 16 — 64 Hlllcrest — Baxa 6, Edwards 3, B.Hammond 18, Shermak 3, Coffman 2, J.Hammond 8. Mankato — Johnek 10, Gonzalez 4, Hulbert 4, Hendrix 2, Benoit 13, Alexander 17, Schlot- terbackl2,Bothwell2. TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS At Dodge City First Round KC-Schlagle 53, Derby 43 KC-Schlagle 14 10 14 15 — 53 Derby 6 14 12 11—43 KC-Schlagle — Thomas 8, Buckener 4, Allen 4,Gulnn21,Davisl6. Derby — Morton 9, Perry 3, Syring 8, Ricketts 8, Cochran 4, Reed 11. Wichita Heights 77, Hays 57 Hays 15 14 13 15 — 57 Wichita Heights 16 19 22 20 — 77 Hays — Wood 3, Unrein 13, Wilson 9, Lacey 20, Pickering 8, Pfannenstiel 2, Coup 2. Wichita Heights — Atwater 6, Harris 11, Lewis 14, Teel 11, Archabald 9, Haynes 4, Harris 2, Brown 2, Jackson 10, Dawson 2, Parker 6. EISENHOWER LEAGUE At Junction City Semifinals Westmoreland 46, Luckey 45 Westmoreland 11 15 13 7 — 46 Luckey 13 12 8 12 — 45 Westmoreland — Troy Ebert 7, T.Hayes 1, Goehring 6, Gallagher 6, K.Ebert 5, B.Hayes 19,Finin2. Luckey — Corah 3, Post 14, Graham 2, Strafuss 1, Welsner 2, Kaus 7, Ciller 16. St. Xavier 52, Blue Valley 48 Blue Valley - 6 13 8 21—48 St. Xavier 14 14 8 16 — 52 Blue Valley — Valentine 4, Downing 15, Francis 15, Peter 4, Chapman 9, Olson 1. St. Xavier — Strom 9, Todd 18, Holcomb 10, Lueck 5, Manns 10. ORANGE AND BLACK CLASSIC At Colby First Round Goodland 59, McCook, Neb. 49 McCook, Neb. 11 11 12 15 — 49 Goodland 16 16 16 11—59 McCook, Neb. — Potthoff 4, Schoup 10, Dugger 10, Hofman 8, Hall 5, Wiemers 4, Mpnnsen 8. 'Goodlond — Mull 12, Jamison 13, Lohr 2, Brouillette 5, Pfau 9, Dusse 10, Brown 8. Colby 53, Burlington, Colo. 22 Burlington 026 14 — 22 Colby 10 4 14 25 — 53 Burlington — Harvey 2, Kiefer 8, Boland 4, Strobel 4, Hoschouer4. Colby — Mclaughlin 2, Liudahle 2, Burns 2, Mountford 20, Squibb 4, Malcolm 4, Lowe 14, Sweats. Transactions Thursday's Sports Transactions By Tno Associated Pr«s BASEBALL American L«ogu» BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Waived Dan Ford, outfielder. Notional League MONTREAL EXPOS-Signed Andy McGaffigan, Jack O'Connor and Rick Stoil, pitchers, to one-year contracts. Invited Curt Brown, Floyd Chltfer and Dave Tomlin, pitchers, Wilfredo Tejada and Ned Yost, catchers, and Jim Anderson and Wallace Johnson, infielders, to training camp. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Signed Atlee Hammaker and Mark Davis, pitchers, to one-year contracts. Sold Fran Mullins, infielder to the Cleveland Indians. COLLEGE HOWARD PAYNE-Named Jerry Millsapps head football coach and athletic director. Sylvan Grove 62, Downs 46 Downs 14 8 10 14—46 Sylvan Grove 14 20 14 14 — 62 Downs — Fisher 4, Mick 10, Mertz 4, Streit4, Arnold 20, True 4. Sylvan Grove — Hiltter 4, Hurlbut 18, Jensen 16, Trapp6, Hynes6, Nelson 12. Eason ' - (Continued from Page 13) little to dispel that state's laid-back image. Reporters covering Eason rarely have to delete expletives as they do when quoting McMahon. ,«JEven their hairstyles reveal the 'difference. McMahon's short- cropped, punk-styled cut drew notices when it first appeared. Eason frequently has the casual, tousled look of someone who has just gotten out of bed. Eason is doing that better than he did early in the season, when the Patriots struggled with a new offense. 'An injury in the sixth game gave Eason five full weeks on the sidelines to sit and study what veteran Steve Grogan was doing while leading the Patriots to six consecutive victories. "He got to step back from it all," Grogan said. "Sometimes when you're in the heat of battle, you don't think of all the things you can do but when you step back you can get the whole picture. That's good for a young quarterback." When Grogan was hurt in the 12th game, Eason came back seemingly more mature, although he says it was the Patriots' offense — not just him —that matured. Steckel said Grogan, who lost his job to Eason early last season, and Eason, who lost it back until Grogan was hurt, have developed an unusually cooperative relationship. "These guys really care for each other," Steckel said. "Once Tony was on the (head)phone saying, 'Steve, get back,' " while Grogan was running a play. "He was cheering for him (Grogan) and you don't see that very often with NFL quarterbacks." Nor do you see young NFL quarterbacks seemingly unaffected by Super Bowl hype and hoopla. Eason said he doesn't feel pressure stemming from the importance of the game. "Why should I?" he said. "If I don't want to think about it, I don't think about it." He doesn't spend much time either thinking about the club's curfew. "I'm not here to see how late I can stay out," he said. "We're here to get a job done." T-BIRD CLASSIC At Topeko First Round Manhattan 74, SM-Northwest 44 SM-Northwest 7 14 13 10 — 44 Manhattan 23 19 14 18 — 74 SM-Northwest — Long 2, Walker 10, Crone 2, Newell 14, Swlnney 12, Vllla4. Manhattan — Leahy 2, Barton 3, Candt 16, Weis2, Marshall 18, Mugler 20, Bonser 13. McPHERSON INVITATIONAL First Round Emporla 60, Goddard 44 Goddard 10 6 12 16 — 44 Emporla 14 12 18 16 — 60 Goddard — Roberts 9, Putnam 4, Petracek 9, Mares 4, Kingerey 8, Schineider 2, Gonsalves 8. Emporia — Daumgardner 22, Dineinger 12, Law7, Price4, Hanno 15. Great Bend 60, TMP-Marian 56 (2ot) TMP.Marian 13 8 13 18 4 0 — 56 Great Bend 10 15 14 13 4 4 — 60 TMP-Marian — Boeve 5, Schulpe 4, Dlnkel 5, Schippers24, Ruppl.Braun 15, Blackburn2. Great Bend — T.Hipp 2, Kevin Kaufman 4, K.Hipp 20, Mabry 7, Dunekac 8, Wagner 10, Kendall Kaufman 8, Wondra 1. Buhler 65, Newton 58 Buhler 12 14 19 20 — 65 Newton 17 13 14 14 — 58 Buhler — Bargen 22, Chwerdtfeder 4, Howell 13, Barton 2, Frye 10, Main 6, Tucker 2, Lackey 6. Newton — Pauls 8, Vega 10, Soosis 3, Webb 23, Quaner 4, Tanner 10. McPherson 87, Garden City 32 Garden Ciry 2 11 10 9 — 32 McPherson 17 34 20 16 — 87 Garden City — Drones 2, Burrows 2, Fox 2, Toolbert 2, eads 6, Channel! 5, Lewis 8, Hannerschmidt 2, Collier 1, Purcell 2. McPherson — Oakes 4, Manner 11, Souder 2, Henson 20, Alexander 10, Goerlng 8, Pyle 18, Koehn 4, Berlin 8. Welnhold 2. Liberal 101, Stratton, Colo. 32 Liberal 21 28 28 24 — 101 Stratton 5 15 6 6 — 32 Liberal — Ross 6, Huskey 16, Sumner 8, G. Johnson 14, Livingston 6, Taylor 8, Armstrong 8, R.Johnson 25, Lee 9. Stratton — Mike May 7, Hornung 2, Bauman 2, Bloomer 10, Mark May 2, Isenbairt 6, E. May 2. Clayton, N.M. 69, Oakley 61 Clayton 15 16 17 21—69 Oakley 12 14 14 21—61 Clayton — Durbin 8, K. Jesko 6, B. Jeskol 2, Beckner 18, Mock 16, Klmble 12, Maulsby 7. Oakley — Pecenka 3, R. Munk 12, Moore 4, S. Munk 4, Mullet 4, Bockwinkel 11, Hemmert ll,Her!12. CANTON-GALVA INVITATIONAL Consolation Conway Springs 67, Canton-Galva 57 Conway Springs 15 18 10 24 — 67 Canton-Golva 20 B 14 15 — 57 Conway Springs — Chltwood 2, Shirley 12, Griffin 6, Devlin 7, Alloway 29, Martin 7, May 4. Canton-Galva — Dreshler 12, Wlens 2, Tripp 22, Buster 1, Sipe 6, Tinsley 12, Tredway 2. Peabody 78, Klckapoo Nation 53 Kickapoo Nation 12 14 14 13 — 53 Peabody 19 23 13 23 — 78 Klckapoo Nation — Q. Green 7, Fasthorse 2, Blackcrow 12, Wlnfea 18, M. Green 12, WeWenes 2. Peabody — Hodges 7, Jones 8, McCune 10, Plckens 5, Timmermager 13, Winder 2, Hurst 33. Tournaments - WKEA LEAGUE At Jetmore Semifinals Wheatland 71, LaCrosse 36 LaCrosse 8 12 4 12 — 36 Wheatlond 23 19 17 12 — 71 LaCrosse — Folkerts 6, Schroter 12, Sramek 4, Ideker 2, Oborny 6, Herrman 6. Wheatland — L.Selensky 5, S.Ziegler 23, Katt 10, J.Selensky 11, Lori Heili 14, Linda Helll 6 U Maurath2. Dighton 55, Quinter 39 Quinter 5 11 12 11—39 Dighton 24 11 13 7 — 55 Quinter — K.Norton 5, Reinecker 9, Loevenstein 1 >, C.Norton 8, Walt 2, Zerr 4. Dighton — O'Brien 4, Lawrence 2, Fuller 11, Venters 6, Thomas 2, Opal 18, Kulman 11. Consolation Ransom 36, Jetmore 30 Jetmore 788 7 — 30 Ransom 799 11—36 Jetmore — Beil 1, A.Phillips 19, Seybold 2, Bergmann 2, Kline 2, L.Phillips 4. Ransom — Huxman 7, Neyer 2, Evel 7, Harris 6, Luettersl2,Nuttle2. TWIN LAKES LEAGUE At Lincoln Semifinals Sylvan Grove 56, Lincoln 49 (2ot) SylvanGrove 13 11 10 10 5 7 — 56 Lincoln 10 15 10 95 0 — 49 Sylvan Grove — Splitter 3, Schoen 22, Lawson2,Wlles29. Lincoln — Walker 15, Lyne2, Byarlay 7. Bolte 8, Veverka 2, Bacon 4, Self ridge 7, Van Ambers' • 4. Natoma 53, Gorham 42 Gorham 10 12 10 10 — 42 Natoma 13 9 14 17 — 53 Graham — Brungardt 2, Welgel 6, Schmltt 4, Nowak 20, Murphy 10. Natoma — Chrisler 20, A.Bruter 3, L.Bruter 12,Tatkenhorstl8. CHEYENNE CONFERENCE At Palco Semifinals Northern Valley 48, Logan 41 Logan 10 14 6 11—41 Northern Volley 11 10 20 7 — 48 Logan — Altman 8, Pakkebier 10, Kats 9, Voss 4, Mulder 3, Niblock 7. Northern Valley — Covlngton 2, Davis 17, Ross 12, Kaiser 12, Vallin 3, Alexander 2. Morland 53, Kensington 42 Kensington 10 14 4 14 — 42 Morland 12 10 13 18 — 53 Kensington — Beckman 3, Hudson 10, Isom 3, Jackson 14, Krein 6, Meyer 3, Haun 3. Morland — Lori Keith 30, Brungardt 7, Richme!er4, RiedelS, Schamberger4. ORANGE AND BLACK CLASSIC At Colby First Round Ulysses 44, Stratton, Colo. 34 Stratton, Colo. 4 13 4 13 — 34 Ulysses 14 7 12 11—44 Stratton, Colo. — Fimon 2, McConnell 2, Stramel 2, P.Miltenberger 12, Schwindt 2, Wlghen 12, M.Miltenberger 2. Ulysses — Plum 4, Morion 12, LaFever 8, Frailer 9, Williams 5, Riley 6. Goodland 45, McCook, Neb. 40 McCook, Neb. 12 12 8 8 — 40 Goodland 10 13 10 12 — 45 McCook, Neb. — Thomas 2, Hein 13, Phinney 2, Nelson 8, Palic 5, Davidson 4, Drake 6. Goodland — Dawes 6, Lake 1, Bergin 4, Coash 4, Briney 23, Brown 7. Clayton, NM 60, Oakley 32 Clayton, NM 20 12 22 6 — 60 Oakley 3 10 9 10 — 32 ' Clayton, NM — Dabovich 14, Mitchell 8, Birdwell 10, Leak 2, J.Jesko 11, Spradlin 1, . Montoya 2, Adee 2, Caldwell 10. Oakley — Calcote 4, Schroeder 10, Geist 8, ; Rohn6,Huelsmann4. . Colby 62, Burlington, Colo. 23 ; Burlington, Colo. 4 8 4 7 — 23 Colby 10 IB 20 14 — 62 Burlington, Colo. — Adolf 6, Billlngton 4, Schloussen 9, Foos 1, Ellis 11, Timme 2. Colby — Rohn 2, Ibbetson 2, Roulier 24, ' Nickel 10, Chambers 12, Schroeder 4, Jewett 2, Sloan2,Kannady4. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hays Semifinals Victoria 45, Stockton 34 Stockton 10 10 10 4 — 34 Victoria 12 14 10 9 — 45 Stockton — Oliva 2, Kriley 8, Miller 14, Henson4,Conyac6. , Victoria — Schrant 8, Ruder 4, Brungardt 10, > Austin 11, A.Younger 12. Norton 37, Plalnville 32 Norton 10 9 4 14 — 37 Plainville 10 6 8 8 — 32 Norton — Stutterheim 16, McGowen 8, Ryan' 2,Schruml, SchearerlO. • •" Plalnville — Hemphill 6, Knipp 10, Languein 2, Fisher 6, N.Ong 4, C.Ong 2, Wilkerson 2. QUIVIRA LEAGUE At Great Bend Round Robin Otis-Bison 62, Wilson 54 Otis-Bison 19 10 18 15 — 62 Wilson 11 13 16 14 — 54 Otis-Bison — Ficken 5, Danbert 5, Bers- chauer2, Romeiser 13, Schuckman 32, Wiltse4, Olberdice 1. Wilson — Bristow 11, Pope 4, Hunter 17, Fritchen7, Princ 10, Soukup3, Peirano2. Girls Regular season Concordia 59, Belleville 36 Belleville 7 9 5 15 —36 Concordia 16 13 10 20 — 59 Belleville — Doctor 2, Novak 1, Spurney 4, Tooley 2, Simms 7, Miller 3, Reed 9, Homberg 8. Concordia — Budrau 10, Halst 7, Chavey 18, Simpson 10, Gallagher 11, Hotter 1, Smith 2. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE At Mankato Semifinals Mankato 60, North Central 26 North Central 2 8 8 8 — 26 Mankato 27 14 13 6 — 60- North Central — Zenger 2, Wurtz 4, Miller 2, Kerr 10, Brown 6, Pelesky 2. Mankato — Malcom 13, Mohler 15, Rallsback. 10, Thelander 1, Grout 12, Kimminau 4, Men- husenS. Pike Valley 45, Jewell 39 Pike Valley 7 17 11 10 — 45. Jewell 8 9 11 11—39 Pike Valley — Sothers 11, Vetato 4, Larson 8, JensenS, Johnson?, Nylund9. ; , Jewell — Wright 11, Slate 1, Wlnkel 2, S.BIackmore 2, Blomberg 2, Schumaker 2, •• C.BIackmore7, Budke 12. QUIVIRA LEAGUE At Great Bend Round Robin Otis-Bison 60, Wilson 47 Otis-Bison 12 17 14 17 —6o' Wilson 12 9 11 15 — 47 Otis-Bison — Ficken 5, Ochs 14, Sohm 14, • S.Lichter20,A.Lichter7. Wilson — Vanek 16, Vopat 9, Reeves 9, Lantz 1, Unrein 2, Erlich 16, Homeler 6. EISENHOWER LEAGUE J At Junction City Semifinals Luckey 64, White City 23 Luckey 16 IB 22 8 — 64 White City 6 6 4 7 — 23 Luckey — Graham 6, Toburen 6, Schmaderer 4, Crubel 14, Glllen 2, Post 2, Carl 16, Bachamp 5, Reed 3, Noll 2, Norton 6. White City — Hultgren 7, Kiermann 3, Llnd- -sley6, Woods 3, Pitts 4. Westmoreland 44, Wakef Ield 42 Wakefield 14 15 10 3 — 41 Westmoreland 12 6 17 9 — 44 Wakefield — Kitchner 7, Sherbert 4', Neuberger 11, Steppe 12, Bermeler 6, Sharp 2.. Westmoreland — Lauer 12, C.Ebert 2, S.Ebert 12, Plummer 2, O'Neill 16. Tulsa bombs Buffaloes TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Center Jeff Rahilly scored 14 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead Tulsa to a 54-37 win over West Texas State.

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