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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Saturday, January 25,1986 Page 14 Basketball NBA standings By Till Associated Press AIITImesCST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York 32 29 26 n 15 W 1 8 14 . 18 . 21 . 28 . Pet. .800 ,674 ,591 .512 ,349 08 4% 8 11% 18'/, Central Civilian Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana 29 24 21 18 15 11 15 . 17 . 23 . 25 , 28 31 ,659 ,585 488 ,4)9 ,349 ,262 3% 7 '/i 10'/. 13 1 /, 17 WESTERN CONFERENCE MidwMt Division Houston Denver Son Antonio Dallas Utah Sacramento 29 24 24 19 21 16 14 . 19 20 . 21 24 27 . ,674 ,558 ,545 ,475 .467 372 5 iV, 8% 9 13 Pacific Dlvliion L.A. Lakers Portland Phoenix L.A. Clippers Seattle Golden Slate 32 27 15 16 15 14 8 . 19 26 . 28 . 28 . 33 . .800 .587 366 ,364 349 ,298 B 17V, 18 18V, 21V, Friday's Gomes Boston 135, Golden Stale 114 Atlanta 117, New York 100 Milwaukee 117, Indiana 92 Philadelphia 121, Cleveland 114 Detroit 129. Dallas 120 San Antonio 113. Denver 98 L.A. Lakers at L.A. Clippers (n) Saturday's Games Milwaukee at New York. 6:30 p.m. Atlanta at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Golden State at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. Phoenix ot Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Utah, 8:30 p.m. Denver at I.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Portland at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. New Jersey at Seattle, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores CELTICS 135, WARRIORS 114 Golden State (114) Smith 4-9 3-4 11. Short 5-18 5-6 15, Carroll 2-14 2-2 6. Teogle 2-6 3-4 7, Floyd 8-11 3-3 19, Mullin 10-17 3-4 24. Bollard 484-512, Huston 2-3 4-5 8, Whiteheod 3-5 2-2 8, Thibeoux 2-2 0-0 i, Verhoeven 0-2 0-00. Totals 42-95 29-35114. Boston (135) Wedman 9-22 2-2 21, Bird 10-164-4 25, Parish 5-9 3-4 13, Johnson 6-14 0-0 12, Ainge 7-10 2-2 16, Walton 2-2 0-0 4, Sichting 5-5 2-2 12, Kile 3-5 0-1 6, Vincent 0-4 2-2 2, Thirdkill 8-134-5 20 Carlisle 2- 40-04.Totals57.10419-22135. GoldenState 27 26 25 36-114 Boston 37 26 30 42-1M Three-poinl goals—Mullin, Wedman, Bird. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Golden State 55 (Smith 12), Boston 54 (Wedman 13). Assists—Golden State 19 (Huston 7), Boston 38 (Johnson 7). Total fouls—Golden State 22, Boston 26. A— 14,890. BUCKS 117, PACERS 92 Milwaukee (117) Cummings 9-194-4 22, Reynolds 2-4 00 4, Breuer 1-31-2 3, Moncrief 6-11 6-7 18, Pressey 5-7 3-4 13, Pierce 6-8 3-5 15, lister 5-7 0-1 10, Fields 2-4 3-4 7. Davis 10-174-4 24, Jones0-1 1-21, LampO-1 0-0 0. Totals 46-82 25-33 117. Indiana (92) Anderson 1-80-22, Tisdale 7-132-216, Stipanovich 2-6 6-8 10. Fleming 3-7 1-47, Richardson 6-9 3-4 15. Stansbury 3-7 0-0 6. Kellogg 5-122-2 12, Williams 1-2 2-3 4, McClain 3-7 0-0 6, Garnett 0-0 0-0 0, Gray 2.3 1-25, Martin 4-91-1 9.Totals 37-83 182892. Milwaukee 29 35 21 32—117 Indiana 23 17 30 22— 92 Fouled out — None. Rebounds—Milwaukee 53 (Davis 13], Indiana 27 (Kellogg 11). Assists—Milwaukee 31 (Pressey 9), Indiana 24 (Richardson 6). Total fouls—Milwaukee 23. Indiana 28. Technicals—Milwuakee illegal defense 2. A-11.202. HAWKS 117, KNICKS 100 New York (100) Bailey 1-4 3-4 5, Orr 2-3 7-811, Ewing 9-18 6-8 24, Sparrow 4-11 2-2 10. Tucker 3-6 0-0 6. Walker 3-9 1-2 7, Grunfeld 3-3 0-0 9, Bannister 0-3 2-2 2, Cartwright 3-4 5-8 11, G.Wilkins 4-11 3-6 11, Cofield 1 -3 0-0 2, Thornton 1-10-1 2. Totals 34-76 2941100. Atlanta (117) D.Wilkins 14-24 8-9 36. Willis 5-10 5-7 15, Rollins 1-2 1-2 3, Rivers 3-6 2-5 8, Wittman 7-11 1-2 15, Levingston 5-8 3-4 13, Johnson 1-4 3-3 5, Webb 2-4 5-6 9, Koncak3-8 1-27, Carr2-40-04, Hastings 0-0 0-0 0, Battle 1-10-0 2.Totals 44-80 2940117. New Y or |, 27 26 24 23-100 Atlanta 36 32 22 27—117 Three-point goals—Grunfeld 3. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New York 40 (Bailey 6), Atlanta 61 (Rollins 12). Assists— New York 22 (Sparrow 5), Atlanta 27 (Rivers 16). Total fouls—New York 30, Atlanta 29. Technicals—New York illegal defense, Bannister. A—13,365. 76ERS 121, CAVALIERS 114 Philadelphia (121) B.Jones 2-3 3-3 7, Barkley 7-11 3-3 17, Malone 11-19 6-8 28, Erving 8-13 6-7 22, Cheeks 13-174-430, Threat! 5-10 0-0 10 Catledge 0-2 1 -2 1, Stokes 0-2 0-0 0, Moss 2-3 2-3 6. Totals 48-80 25-30121. Cleveland (114) Hinson 5-9 0-0 10, Lee 8-15 9-9 25, Turpin 12-23 2-5 26, Bagley 3-7 4-4 10, Free 11-21 5-7 28, Minniefield 2-2 0-0 4, Poquette 0-5 3-4 3, Shelton 3-7 0-0 6, Brewer 1 -5 0-0 2.Tolals 45-94 23-29 114. Philadelphia 38 25 26 32-121 Cleveland 26 31 28 29—114 Three-point goal—Free. Fouled out— Hinson. Rebounds—Philadelphia 44 (Barkley, Molone 10), Cleveland 48 (Lee 10). Assists—Philadelphia 24 (Barkley 9), Cleveland 27 (Lee 7). Total fouls—Philadelphia 20, Cleveland 28. Technicals—Malone, Borkley, Philadelphia Coach Guokas, Philadelphia illegal defense, Cleveland illegal defense. A-15.016. PISTONS 129, MAVERICKS 120 Detroit (129) Tripucko 12-196-632, Benson4-81-1 9, Laimbeer 6-13 3-4 15, Dumars 5-H 6-6 16, Thomas 12-19 2-6 28, Johnson 7-1300 14, Cureton 5-5 0-0 10, Mahorn 1-3 1-2 3, Campbell 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 53-95 19-27 129. Dallas (120) Aguirre 14-23 7-12 35, Perkins 2-64-4 9, Donaldson2-3 1-35, Harper4-100-08, Blackman 5-124-4 14, Schrempf 1-2 0-02, Vincent 8-11 7-7 23, Davis 6-12 0-0 12. Wennington 0-2 0-0 0, Ellis 4-7 2-3 12.Totals 46-88 25-33120. Detroit 34 25 35 35—129 Dallas 30 34 U 30-120 Three.point goals—Ellis 2, Tripucka 2, Thomas 2, Perkins. Fouled out—Harper. Rebounds—Detroit 56 (Laimbeer 18), Dallas 44 (Aguirre, Harper 7). Assists—Detroit 39 (Thomas, Dumars 12), Dallas 17 (Blackman, Harper 4). Total fouls-Detroit 28, Dallas 25. A-17,007. SPURS 113, NUGGETS 98 Son Antonio (113) Johnson 1 -6 2-3 4, Mitchell 9-184-4 22, Gilmore 7-10 9-10 23, Matthews 6-10 4-4 16, Robertson9-163-521, Higgins 1-40-0 2, Greenwood 7-103-3 17, Hughes 0-0 00 0, Briltoin 1-10-0 2, Sundvold 3-9 0-0 6. Totals 44-84 25-29 113. Denver (91) English 7-18 0-0 14, Nott 6-12 1-4 13, Cooper 3-111-27, Lever 4-111-29, Dunn 3-40-06, HonzliM-96-7 14, Schoyes7-)3 0-0 14, Turner 3-10 0-0 6. Evans 7-15 0-0 15, Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Rasmussen 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 44-103 9-1598. Son Antonio 3*2023 34-113 Denver 21 25 21 24- 78 Three-point goals—Evans. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—San Antonio 64 (Gilmore 19), Denver 45 (English 12). Assists—Son Antonio 30 (Matthews 11), Denver 22 (Lever, Hanzlik 5). Total fouls— San Antonio 24, Denver 27. Technicals— Denver Cooch Moe, San Antonio delay of game. A—15,790. College scores By The Associated Press EAST Geneseo 78, Elmira 76 Ithaca 58, Clarkson 55 Morquette66, HortlordSS Penn 80, Lafayette 69 Rochester 62, RPI61 SOUTH Chris. Newport 63, Marymount 47 Ferrum 90, Newport News 80 Georgia Coll. 85, Southern Tech 77 King, Tenn. 88, lee 79 Mary Washington 80, Wash. 8 Lee 69 Webber 141, Edward Waters 92 MIDWEST Briar Cliff 79, Grand View 76 Chicago St. 106, McKendree74 Cincinnati Bible 119, Marietta Bible 84 Coe 65, Beloit 63 Cornell 67, Chicago 65 Dordt 72, Iowa Wesleyan 50 Emporia St. 88, Fort Hays St. 81 Illinois Coll. 79. Lawrence 64 Knox 67, St. Norbert 64 Luther 70, Bueno Vista 66 Mid-Am Nazarene 72, Culver-Stockton 70 Mo. Western 75, Pittsburg St. 58 Moody Bible 80, Ind.-S. Bend 75 N. Dakota68, N.Colorado57 Neb.-Omaha 66, N. Dakota St. 60 NW Iowa 81, Ml. Mercy 67 Ripon 82, Grinnell 64 S. Ill.-Edwardsville 93, Illinois Tech 55 St. Xavier 85. Pur.-Calumet 77 Upper Iowa 76, Simpson 72, OT Wartburg 60, Dubuque 58 Washburn 72, Kearney St. 63 Wayne, Neb. 71, Mo. Southern 70 Westminster 82, Cent. Bible Mo. 61 William Penn 77, Central 56 FAR WEST Colorado Mines 74, Adams St. 66 E. Montana 66, Puget Sound 55 Metro St. 67, Santa Fe 64 New Mexico 64, Colorado St. 51 Rocky Mountain 71. Montana Tech 63 WOMEN EAST Columbia 82, Lehman 66 SOUTH Alabama 78, David Lipscomb 50 Alabama St. 95, Mo. Valley 86 Florida St.71,Tulane 70 Kentucky 96, Tennessee 82 Old Dominion 73. Alo. -Birmingham 56 MIDWEST Cornell 68, Illinois Coll. 56 Detroit 78, DePoul 72 Illinois 45, Ohio St. 35 Indiana 76, Purdue 69 Iowa 72, Northwestern 58 Michigan St. 68, Michigan 62 FAR WEST Montana 70, Idaho 53 N. Colorado 68, Denver 64 Texas 111, Brighom Young 78 Prep scores GIRLS Regular Season Buhler 65, Augusta 44 Deerfield40, Sanlana33 Golden Plains 55, Triplains 39 Linn 45, Valley Heights 26 Marion 63, Chapman 32 TMP-Marian 54, Russell 42 Udall 57, Dexter 33 Washington 48, Hanover 32 Tournament Results Cheyenne Conference First Place Morlond 45. Northern Valley 39 Third Place Logan 47, Kensington 43 Mid-Continent League First Place Victoria 53, Norton 48 Third Place Stockton 49, Plainville 42 Oberlin Invitational Semifinals Brewster 47, Hoxie 39 Grinnell 69, Cheylin 58 Consolation Semifinals Sharon Springs 45, Oberlin 37 Atwood 58, St. Francis 42 Orange And Black Semifinals Goodland 49, Ulysses 31 Clayton, N.M. 51. Colby 50 Consolation Semifinals Burlington, Colo. 62, Oakley 53 McCook, Neb. 56, Stratton, Neb, 35 Pike Trail League First Place Mankato 64, Pike Valley 42 Third Place North Central 55, Jewell 35 Quivlra League Round Robin Quiviro Heights 46, Otis-Bison 36 Wilson 26, Chase 22 Twin Lakes League First Place Sylvan Grove 52, Natoma 37 Third Place Gorhom 47, Lincoln 38 WKEA league First Place Wheatland 48, Dighton 38 Third Place Quinter 50, LaCrosse 36 Fifth Place Ransom 45, Ness City 28 BOYS Regular Season Hanover 74, Washington 48 Udall 75, Dexter 57 Volley Heights 70, linn 57 Tournament Results Canton-Galva Invitational Semifinals Central Christian 63, Sedgwick 59 Goessel SO, Centre 41 Cheyenne Conference First Place Northern Valley 60, Eastern Heights 37 Third Place Lenora 66, Palco 53 Today's schedule High school basketball SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 BASKETBALL Oklahoma at Kansas State, 1:10 p.m. Wichita State at Tulsa, 7:35 p.m. Louisville at Kansas, 12:05 p.m. Kansas at Kansas State women, 3:30 p.m. Drake at Wichita State women, 2 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Southwestern, 8 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan women at Southwestern, 6 p.i Salina Invitational at BiCenter {2-4-6-8 p.m.). WRESTLING Salina Central at Hays Invitational, 9:30a.m. Salina South at Beloit Invitational, 9 a.m. Girls Crossroads Invitational Semifinals Belleville 55, Beloit 54 Sandy Creek. Neb. 79, Superior, Neb 45 Consolation Semifinals Minneapolis 57, Hefington 43 McPhenon Invitational Semifinals Buhler 50, Great Bend 49 (at) McPherson 7!, Emporia 42 Consolation Semifinals TMP-Morian 62, Newton 61 (ot) Goddord 61, Garden City 50 Mid-Continent League Third Place Stockton 46. Ellis 42 Mid-Winter Classic Semifinals Bazine71,Mocksville69 Consolation Semifinals Medicine Lodge 55, St. John 53 Nemaha Valley league Semifinals Axlell47. Bern 45 CentraliaoO, BB-Boileyville44 Consolation Semifinals Frankfort 38, Wetmore 33 Orange and Black Tournament Semifinals Liberal 54, Goodland 48 Colby 80, Clayton, N.M. 48 Consolation Semifinals McCook. Neb. 67, Stratton, Colo. 66 Burlington, Colo. 63, Oakley 43 Oberlin Invitational Semifinals Cheylin 52, Grinnell 43 Oberlin 33, Sharon Springs 31 Consolation Semifinals Atwood 69, St. Francis 62 Hoxie 62, Brewster 48 Pike Trail League First Place Mankato 61, North Central 56 Third Place GloscoS?, Hillcrest 40 Post Rock League First Place Tescott 57, Bennington 56 Quivlra League Round Robin Otis-Bison 62, Quivira Heights 33 Chase 54, Wilson 53 Roadrunner Classic Semifinals Arkansas City 69, Nickerson 65 Pratt 69, Clearwater 46 Consolation Semifinals Mulvane 71, Chaparral 61 Kingman 85, Wellington 55 Sterling Invitational First Place Clallin 60, Ellsworth 43 Third Place Ellinwood 85, Smoky Volley 44 Fifth Place Hillsboro 56, Moundridge 54 Tournament of Champions Semifinals Hutchinson 59, Wichita East 51 KC-Schlagle 80, Wichita Heights 56 Consolation Semifinals Derby 60, Hays 55 Dodge City 58, Sobetho 41 Twin Lakes League Championship Natoma 48, Sylvan Grove 47 Third Place Lincoln 59, Downs 54 WKEA League First Place Wheatland 76, Quinter 73 Third Plan Jetmore 72, Ness City 46 Fifth Place Ransom 58, Dighton 45 Wichita South Invitational Round Robin Wichita Northwest 77, Junction City 67 Golf PGA scores PHOENIX (AP) - Second-round scores Friday in the $500,000 Phoenix Open Golf Tournament on the 6,72* yard, par- 71 Phoenix Country Club course (a- amateur): HolSutton 64-64—128 Howard Twitty 67-63—130 T.C.Chen 66-66-132 John Mohaff ey 67-65—132 Ronnie Black 66-66—132 MarkWiebe 68-64-132 JeffSluman 65-68—133 JoeySindelar 69-64—133 Calvin Peete 64-69—133 Phil Blockmar 67-66—133 Tom Sieckmonn 66-68—134 Barry Jaeckel 65-70—135 JackRenner 65-70—135 Larry Mize 64-71—135 LonHinkle 68-67—135 DonPooley 74-61—135 Andy Bean 66-69—135 Sandy Lyle 66-69—135 Greg Norman 64-71—135 Curtis Strange 69-67—136 George Archer 66-70—136 MikeMcCullough 66-70—136 Tony Sills 68-68—136 Johnny Miller 70-66—136 PelerJacobsen 70-66—136 Wrestling Prep results BELOIT INVITATIONAL Team Scores (After First Day) Beloil 70, Wichita Kopoun-Mt, Cormel 70. Wellington 54, Manhattan 37, Southeast of Saline 33V,, Plainville 32, Concordla 31'A, Clay Center 30%, Hoisington 30, Marysville 30, Stockton 29, Salina South 25, Ellsworth 23 1 /,, Goodland 23, Minneapolis 13%, Abilene 12%,Belleville2. AT LYONS Lyons 45, Russelll9 98—Parson (L) won by forfeit. 105—Augman (L) won by forfeit. 112—Goons (L) fall over Ewers, 2:33. 119—Cain (R>-won by forfeit. 126—Carter (L) fall over Homewood, 3:51. 132—Anthony (L) won by forfeit. 138-Young (R) dec. Bowles, 12-2. 145— Si nmer (R) dec. Harris, 5-4. 155- i (L) dec. Lyczok, 3-2. 167—Bornholtt (L) won by forfeit. 165— Koranda (L) pinned Maske, 1:36. Hwt—Ludlow (R) won by forfeit. Russell 39, Stafford Jl 98—Youni (S) won by forfeit. 1 OS-Double forfeit. 112-Ewers (R) pinned Eisenhour, 3:35. 119—Cain (R) dec. Gantz, 7-5.126—Sicham (S) pinned Homewood. :36. 132—Winter (S) won by forfeit. 138—Young (R) superior dec. Weber. 18-3. 145—Schremmer (R) pinned Ibarra. 1:14.155—Ibarra (S) dec. Lyczak, 3-2. 167—Haberer (R) won by forfeit. 185—Moske (R) won by forfeit. Hwt.-Ludlow (R) pinned Ibarra, 4:21. Soccer MISL standings By The Associated Press AIITImesCST Eastern Division W I Pet. 15 9 14 11 13 11 OB — 1% 3 3</i 3% 5'/i 3 5% 7 7'/i Baltimore 15 9 .625 Minnesota 14 11 .560 Pittsburgh 11 11 .500 Dallas 13 14 .481 Cleveland 11 12 .478 Chicago 8 13 .381 Western Division Son Diego 16 6 -.727 Wichita 14 10 .583 St. Louis 12 13 .480 KansosCily 10 M .4)7 Los Angeles 9 14 .391 Tocomo 10 16 .385 Friday's Games Baltimore 6. Wichita 5 Minnesota 8, Chicago 5 SI. Louis 6, Dallas 4 Kansas City ot Los Angeles, (n) Hockey NHL standings National Hockey League By The Associated Press AIITImesCST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W I T Pts OF CA Phldlphia 34 14 0 68 214 147 Wshngtn 28 14 4 60 187 156 NY Isles 21 17 9 51 191 173 Pitsbrgh 22 20 5 49 1 64 173 NYRngrs 22 23 3 47 165 164 N.Jersey 15 30 2 32 178 225 Adams Division Montreal 26 17 5 57 216 168 Quebec 27 18 2 56 195 159 Hartford 25 20 1 51 192 172 Boston 22 18 7 51 184 170 Buffalo 22 20 5 49 176 165 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division Chicago 23 18 6 52 212 207 St. Louis 20 19 6 46 174 181 Minnesota 18 21 8 44 189 182 Toronto 12 29 5 29 178 227 Detroit 10 33 5 25 160 260 Smythe Division Edmonton 33 11 4 70 254 197 Calgary 21 21 4 46 195 183 Los Angeles 1 5 25 6 36 169 225 Winnipeg 15 30 5 35 179 230 Vancouver 14 27 6 34 169 198 Friday's Games Chicago 5, Buffalo 3 N.Y. Islanders 7, Washington 5 Edmonton 7, New Jersey 6, OT Pittsburgh ot Vancouver (n) Etc. Transactions By The Aisocioted Press BASEBALL National league CHICAGO CUBS—Signed lary Sorensen, pitcher, to a one-year contract. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Signed Leon Roberts, second baseman, to a one-year contract. BASKETBALL Notional Basketball Association NBA—Fined the New York Knicks 1 Ken Bannister $2,000, Bob Thornton $500, and James Bailey $500, the San Antonio Spurs' Steve Johnson $1,500, and the Golden State Warriors' Larry Smith $1,000 for fighting. NEW YORK KNICKS-Activated Bill Cartwright, forward. Placed Pat Cummings, forward, on the injured list. FOOTBALL National Football league KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Named John Paul Young defensive line coach and Carl Mauck offensive line coach. NEW YORK JETS-Named Jim Vech- iarella linebacker coach. HOCKEY National Hockey League DETROIT RED WINGS—Recalled Adam Oates, center, from Adirondack of the American Hockey League. NEW YORK ISLANDERS-Assigned Ari Haanpoa, right wing, to Springfield of the American Hockey League. WALES CONFERENCE-Added Sylvain Turgeon, Hartford Wholers' left wing, to the All-Star team to replace Ron Francis. VOLLEYBALL U.S. VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE— Named Al States coach of the men's West team and Andy Banachowskl coach of the women's West team for the 1966 U.S. Olympic Festival. COLLEGE MARYLAND-Signed Bobby Ross, head football coach, to a four-year contract. NEW HAVEN-Named Chris Palmer head football coach. Pool results SAUNA MIXED POOL LEAGUES Buich Monday Mixers Boondocks Silver Bullets 3, Red Kitten Misfits 2; Animal House Trappers 5, Animal House Cubs 0; Cheers II Originals 4, Rod's Game Plan 1; Rangers South Forty 4. Cheers II Banditas 1; Cheers II Chalkers 5, Red Kitten Terminators 0. Butch Wednesday Guys t Gals Animal House Destroyers 4, Animal House Skinners 1: Red Kitten 8-Balls 3, Cheers II Sharpshooters 2: Cheers II Bandits 3, Red Kitten Wildcats 2; Animal House Players 4, Bachelors Inn Renegades 1. Butch 21-Club Western Playgirl A-Teom 4, Eddie's Club Roughnecks 1: Eddie's Club Rednecks 4, Brass Rail A-Team 1; VFW Scratch Pads 4, Moose Heart I; legion Streetwalkers 3, Western Playgirl B- Team 2. SHHS (Continued from Page 13) vaulted them to victory in regulation. "It's a frustrating loss for us," O'Dell said, reciting a line he's recited after other games this season. "We battled and battled to hold on, and it finally got away from us. "We had a shot at the end of the game again tonight, and (Barry) Kadel's almost went in, but it rolled out. We've lost our share of close ones, that's for sure." , On the other hand, Sacred Heart was due for a little luck, said Mannebach. None of Sacred Heart's four losses has been by more than eight points, including a 60-59 last-second loss at Beloit and a 62-60 loss to Garden City. "This is a real good win for us, real good," Mannebach said. "The number one reason probably is that we've lost a couple of real close ones, and this has to give us some confidence that we can win a close one now." Numerous lead changes and ties charted the course of Friday night's contest. South led by a point (12-11) after one quarter, Sacred Heart led by a point (19-18) at halftime, and the score was knotted (31-31 and 43-43) at the end of the third and fourth periods. Steve Roesner and Knipp each tallied 10 points for SHHS while Pat Meares and Prendergast added nine apiece. Roesner, a 6-4 senior, also led the Knights with nine rebounds, and Meares led the way with three steals as the Knights' ball-hawking defense forced 23 Cougar turnovers. Loren Zook countered with six thefts for South, but it was the Cougars' 47-32 rebounding advantage that kept South in contention. Kadel complemented Kennedy's 17 rebounds with nine, SACRED HEART (46) Meares 2-7 5-11 9, Roesner 4-9 2-4 10, Prendergast 2-2 5-6 9, Knipp 3-15 4-7 10 Bransfield 2-9 2-2 6, Stomm 1-4 0-0 2. TOTALS 14-4618-3046. SAIINA SOUTH (43) Olsson 0-0 0-0 0, Kennedy 6-12 1-2 13, Kad'l 2-6 0-4 4, Maring 9-17 0-0 18, Zook 2-12 4-4 8 Baxter 0-1 0-00. Davis D-l 0-00, Kickhaefer 0-2 0-0 0, Sorensen 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 19-51 5-10 43 Sacred Heart U t 12 12 3 — 46 Salina South 12 6 13 12 0 — 43 TOTAL FOULS — Sacred Heart 16, South 24 FOULED OUT - Kennedy, Marin g (SS). REBOUNDS — Sacred Heart 32 (Roesner 9), South 47 (Kennedy 17). TURNOVERS — Sacred Heart 11, South 23. Tournaments TWIN LAKES LEAGUE At Lincoln First Place Sylvan Grove 52, Natoma 37 SylvanGrove 14 18 10 10 — 52 Natomo 869 14 — 37 Sylvan Grove — Tillet 2, Schlen 10, lawson 2, A.Wiles 34, Meitler 2, Pounds 2. Natoma — Mason 6, Chrisler 5, A.Pruter 6, L.Pruter 8, Tatkenhorst 12. Third Place Gorham 47, Lincoln 38 Lincoln 14 4 8 12 — 38 Gorham 13 10 12 12 — 47 Lincoln — Hosenmeyer 2, Van Amberg 8, Walker 6, Lyne 1, Byarlay 6, Bolte 8, Veverka 2, Bacon 5. Gorham — K.Welgel 11, T.Weigel 2, Schmltt 5, Munk3, Nowak 12, Murphy 14. WKEA LEAGUE At Jetmore Third Place Quinter 50, LaCrosse 36 LaCrosse 8 9 8 11—36 Quinter 10 18 10 12 — 50 LaCrosse — Rogers 4, Schroter 5, Brenlng 2, Sramek 16, Ideker 4, Oborny 1, Herrmon 1, Collins 3. Quinter — K.Norton 13, Reinecker 14, Walt 4, Loevensteln 9, Martin 5, Zerr3, C.Norton 2. Fifth Place Ransom 45, Ness City 28 Ransom 10 14 8 13 — 45 NessCity 288 10 — 28 Ransom — Neyer 10, Huxman 3, Evel 2, Moron 3, Luetters 14, Thompsons, Harris 10. Ness City — Winter 6, J.Johnson 5, D.Johnson 4, Lawrence 4, Benedict 9. CHEYENNE CONFERENCE At Palco First Place Morland 45, Northern Valley 39 Northern Volley 7 12 8 12 — 39 Morlond 10 13 13 9 — 45 Northern Valley — Covington 5, Davis 6, Ross 8, Kaiser 14, Vallin 6. Morland — L.Keith 19, Brungardt 10, Ricch- meier6, Riedel6, Schamberger 2, J.Keith 2. Third Place Logan 47, Kensington 43 Logan 10 13 13 11—47 Kensington 14 9 6 14 — 43 Logan — Altman 10, Pakkebler 2, Kats 15, Voss4;Schemper 6, Mudler 2, Niblock 8. Kensington — Beckman 13, Hudson 7, Jackson ll.Krein 12. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hays First Place Victoria 53, Norton 48 Victoria 9 12 14 18 — 53 Norton 14 13 7 14—48 Victoria — Schrout 6, Ruder 8, Brungardt 5, Austin 25, Annette Younger 4, Amy Younger 5. Norton — Stutterhelm 20, McEwen 9, Ryan 4, Schrum 2, Shearer 13. Third Place Stockton 49, Plalnvllle 42 Stockton 4 18 17 10 — 49 Plainvllle 5 13 16 9 — 42 Stockton — Kriley 12, Miller 25, Mulr 1, Conyac11. Plainville — Hemphlll 3, Knipp 7, Languein 6, N.Ong20, C.Ong6. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE At Jewell First Place Mankato 64, Pike Valley 42 PikeValley 7 17 8 10 — 42 Mankato 13 19 18 14 — 64 Pike Valley — Sothers 20, Veteto 2, Jensen 7, Johnson 4, Hurtig 3, Mylund 6. Mankato — Doud 6, Malcom 31, Montague 4, Rallsback 4, Thelander 2, Grut 17. Third Place North Central 55, Jewell 35 Jewell 4 6 15 10 — 35 North Central 10 21 8 16 — 55 Jewell — Wright 4, Zimmer 2, Winkel 10, S.BIackmore 4, Schumacker 4, C.Blackmore 5, Budke6. North Central — Rhine 6, Zenger 6, Wertz 2, Kerr22,Prellwitzl5, Brown4. OBERLIN INVITATIONAL Semifinals Brewster47,Hoxie39 Brewster 1) 19 11 6—47 Hoxie 6 9 11 13 — 39 Brewster — Kramer 10, Eicher 8, Gllley 7, R.Randolph 9, W.Randolph 11, Siruta 2. Hoxie — Cooper 2, Gilbert 11, Schaffer 2, Reedy 2, Schlageck 14, Niblock 6, Kauk 2. Grlnnell 69, Cheylln 58 Cheylln 12 10 14 22 — 58 Grinnell 30 8 14 17 — 69 Cheylin — Bannister 6, Wright 2, T.Seymour 7, Antholz 24, N.Seymour 2, Elijah 8, Officer 9. Grinnell — S.Struckhoff 33, Karla StruckhoH 10, Karen StruckhoH 16, Zimmerman 10. Consolation Semifinals Atwood 58, St. Francis 42 Atwood 14 16 13 15 — 58 St. Francis • 4 15 13 10 — 42 Atwood — Carlson 2, Miller 2, Snodgrass 1, Hestermann 2, Steler 12, Micky 11, Vap 8, BondurantS, Roberts 10, MayfieldS. St. Francis — Sharp 4, Krien 1, Bracelin 4 W.Hilt 5, McColl 7, Ochsner 5, Goodole 11, D.HIItS. Sharon Springs 45, Oberlln 37 Sharon Springs 12 21 8 4 — 45 Oberlin 6 10 8 13 — 37 Sharon Springs — Dally 2, C.Fischer 1, Haislip 4, Van Laeys 16, Unruh 6, M.Fischer 8, Fuentez4,Cloyd4. Oberlin — Russell 8, Juenemann 4, Richards 3, OToole 4, Votapka 8, linger 4, Ostmeyer 2, Powers 4. QUIVIRA LEAGUE At Great Bend Round Robin Qufvlra Heights 46, Otis-Bison 36 Quivlra Heights 16 4 10 16 — 46 Otis-Bison 8 12 6 10 — 36 Quivlra Heights — S.Johnson 10, D.Johnson 18, Soeken 14,Magee4. Otis-Bison — Ficken 8, Sohm 12, S.Lichter 12, A.Lichter2, Freed 2. Wilson 26, Chase 22 Wilson 10 2 6 8 — 26 Chase 552 10 — 22 Wilson — Vanek 4, Ehrllch4, Vopat 6, Reeves 10, Brakes 2. Chase — P.Luyster 9, Miller 3, A.Luyster 5, JentS. Regular season Washington 48, Hanover 32 Washington 12 12 12 12 — 48 Hanover 6 12 6 8 — 32 Washington — Martin 16, Kern 4, McAtee 4, M.Keesecicer 7, L.Keesecker 1. Eggers 4, Lillie 2, RicardlO. Hanover — Doebele 6, Kruse 6, Meier 11, Bruna4, B.Schmidt 1, D.Schmidt 4. TMP-MarianS4, Russell 42 Russell 10 5 15 12 — 42 TMP-Marian 5 21 10 18 — Si Russell — McCrary 12, Merms 11, Wagner E, Flagler 5, Gray 4, Betts 2. IMP-Marian — Flax 27, Rice 9, Brull 8, Brungardt 5, Denning 2, Worth 2, Billlnger 1, Clifton-Clyde 43, Rlley County 34 Riley County 3 12 10 9 — 34 Clifton-Clyde 10 10 10 13 — 43 Riley County — Walters 2, Brummett 19, Milliard 4, Sharp 2, Heikes 4, Clack 3. Clifton-Clyde — Pellant 6, Olson 1, Gallagher 5, Bloomfleld 15, Chorbonneou 6, Lange Marion 63, Chapman 32 Chapman 8 4 10 10 — 32 Marion 11 19 16 17 — 63 Chapman — Jackson 3, Klckhaefer 4, Haslett 8, Elliot?, Backhus4, Burgett6. Marion — Binna 5, Kristy Enos 2, J.Thole 4, Kelly Enos 2, Ogden 34, Socolofsky 3, Ludwig 12,Vantylel. Lyons52,Hillsboro51(ot) Lyons 4 14 18 11 5 — 52 Hillsboro 14 10 7 16 4 — 51 Lyons — Stone 5, Kennedy 6, Williams 4, C.Colberg 4, Sherman 12, J.Colberg 9, Kizzor 10, Loutzenhlze2. Hillsboro — Duerksen 8, S.Loewen 9, Decker 18, L.Loewen 10, Siebert6. Golden Plains 55, Triploins 39 Triplains 2 13 12 12 — 39 GoldenPlalns 12 13 18 12 — 55 Triplains — Goyen 4, Schertz 4, Towns 9, Lowe 2, Gfeller 10, Siruta 10. Golden Plains — Delzeit 3, Kennedy 21, Albers 13. Spresser 7, Schaben 3, Bruggeman 6, Rogers 2. Linn 45, Valley Heights 26 Linn 15 9 14 7 — 45 Volley Heights 8 8 2 8 — 26 Linn — Osterich 2, K.Herrs 4, L.Herrs 11. Disinger 11, Wllgers 2, Weichmon 6, Hein 8. Richterl. Valley Heights — Weis 2, White 6, OToole 10, Harding 8. Boys Tournaments OBERLIN INVITATIONAL Semifinals Oberlin 33, Sharon Springs 31 Sharon Springs 984 10 — 31 Oberlin 10 4 10 9 — 33 Sharon Springs — Bussen 6, J.Boone 4, Hotton 2, Jones 13, M.Boone 6. Oberlin — Stanley 2, Adams 8, Sauvage 13, Junemann 2, Simpson 2, Elwood 6. Cheylln 52, Grinnell 43 Cheylln 10 19 8 15 — 52 Grinnell 7 7 18 11—43 Cheylln — Mclntosh 11, Mananl 8, M. Waters 19, Penner6, Bressler6, J. Waters 2. Grinnell — Rueshoff 4, Sellhoelter 2, Boeger 5, Heler9, Ostmeyer4, Pholen 19. Consolation Atwood 69, St. Francis 62 Atwoood 15 18 12 26 — 69 St. Francis 13 22 12 15 — 62 Atwood — Domsch 7, Ginter 1, Carlson 6, Moore 12, Trallk 8, Patton 16, Raabe 2, Mier- meier 9, Rather 8, Wederski 2. St. Francis — Lewis 6, Porter 6, Bondel 2, Gutsch 6, Stang 11, Rath 23, Bracelin 7, Gardner 1. Hoxie62, Brewster 48 Hoxie 17 13 12 20 — 62 Brewster 12 10 7 19 — 48 Hoxie — Riemer 4, Barnes 8, Geerdes 8, B.Krannawitter 2, Taylor 8, K.Krannawitter 13, Foster 19. Brewster — Hileman 4, Curry 2, Beecher 8, Whlttaker 16, Garcia 6, Richards 10, Mann 2. QUIVIRA LEAGUE At Great Bend Round Robin Chase 54, Wilson 53 Wilson 9 11 18 15 — 53 Chase 15 10 13 16 — 54 Wilson — Bristow 7, Popp 2, Hunter 18, Frltscher 8, Princ 9, Soukup 2, Ehrilch 7. Chase — McEachern 4, Davis 6, Ankerholz 12, Linke 4, Huls 25, Poe 3. Otis-Bison 62, Quivlra Heights 33 Quivlra Heights 6 8 8 11—33 Otis-Bison 14 14 13 21—62 Quivira Heights — Lewallen 4, Archer 4, Klug 4, Moore 10, Sittner 2, Bolton 4, Habiger 4, Chrlspinl. Otis-Bison — Schuckman 14, Romeiser 8, Berschouer 6, Danbelt 5, Ficken 10, Wiltse 8, Alderdlce 2, Straub 4, Brack 3, Thornbrugh 2. STERLING INVITATIONAL First Place Claflin 60, Ellsworth 43 Ellsworthr 5 14 10 14 — 43 Claflin 18 4 24 14 — 60 Ellsworth — Erbert 14, Dolezal 1, Blgham 5, Davis 14, Rolls 2, Radcliff 2, Snyder 3, McCreight2. Claflin — Herter 6, Bohr 6, Richard Rugan 13, Robert Rugan 11, Oberle 2, Oeser 4, Feist 2, Daniels 13, Demel 3. Third Place Elllnwood 85, Smoky Valley 44 Smoky Volley 8 13 10 13 — 44 Elllnwood 27 22 17 19 — 85 Smoky Valley — Ahlstedt 7, Loder 4, Farley 2, Torgerson 2, Ternstrom 4, Nelson 2, Rodine 4, Johnson 6, Kissinger 8, Forsberg 5. Ellinwood — Rogers 7, Klnsinger 2, Brown 2, Roberts 6, Zuhars 3, Hammersmith 16, Petz 6, Kromp 4, Robins 28, Sobba 11. Fifth Place Hillsboro 56, Moundrldge 54 Hillsboro 10 15 13 18 — 56 Moundrldge 14 15 7 18 — 54 Hillsboro — Brenneman 22, Thomas 3, Helde 6, Arnold 3, Nickel 6, Blochllnger 8, Vhanar 8. Moundrldge — Knoll 6, Jerome Ratzlaff 7, James Ratzlaff 11, Unruh 10, Galle 10, Schrag 10. TWIN LAKES LEAGUE At Lincoln First Place Natoma 48, Sylvan Grove 47 Natomo 10 11 11 16 — 48 SylvanGrove 8 12 12 15 — 47 Natoma — Meitler 6, Elckhoff 1, Miller 1, Brad Ward 7, Bryan Ward 12, Haberer 19, Hachmelster 2. Sylvan Grove — Hlltter 6, Hurlbut 13, Jensen 17, Hymer6, NelsonS. Third Place Lincoln 59, Downs 54 Lincoln 12 14 12 21 —59 Downs a 20 16 10—54 Lincoln — Radtke 24, Andreson 11, Biggs 11, O'Bannon7,Metz6. Downs — Mick 2, Terry Renken 6, Troy Renken 2, Mertz6, Streit 10, Arnold 14, True 14. POST ROCK LEAGUE At Solomon First Place Tescott 57, Bennington 56 Tescott 20 15 8 14 — 57 Benningotn 20 8 10 18 — 56 Tescott — Haines 6, Berkley 4, Winters 11, Webb 6, Sanders 15, Bltler 15. Bennington — Boss 5, T.Schelbler 8, D.Schelbler 6, Swagerty 10, Samecnik 21, Labble2,Allen4. CHEYENNE CONFERENCE At Palco First Place No. Valley 60, Eastern Heights 37 Northern Valley 19 17 )2 12 60 Eastern Heights 10 9 8 10 — 37 Northern Valley — Stulterhelm 5, lowry 5, Vallin 18, Balrd 23, Vincent 6, Covington 1, Bach 2. Eastern Heights — Rose 4, Mooney 6, Johnson 7, Sollday 12, Babcock 6, Gower 2. Third Place Lenora 66, Palco 53 ADOLPH RUPP TOURNAMENT At Halstead Semifinals Lyons 55, Cheney 45 Cheney 4 12 10 19 — 45 Lyons 14 18 15 8 — 55 Cheney — Wiles 6, S'.Adolph 2, D.Adalph 8, Lels 4, Robinson 3, Ball 4, Dewey 2, Mattbohn 16. Lyons — Marfinie 11, Johnson 2, Lanse 4, White 11, Simms 6, Brian McClure 4, Bob McClureS, Rush 12. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE At Mankato First Place Mankato 61 , North Central 56 North Central 15 12 15 14 — 56 Mankato 12 16 18 15 — 61 North Central — Grove 2, Graves 14, M. Miller 19, E. Miller 7, Morey 14. Mankato — Johanek 10, Gonzalez 16, Benoit 18, Alexander 12, Schlotterback 5. Third Place Glasco57,Hillcrest40 Glasco 16 14 15 12 — 57 Hillcrest 10 10 8 12 — 40 Glassco — Brown 6, Livey 6, Long 14, Winters 9, Schmidt 14, Darrow2, Siemens 6. Hillcrest — P.Baxa 4, Edwards 9, B.Hammond 10, K.Baxa 2, Schermak 4, Coffman 5, J.Hammond 6. BURRTON INVITATIONAL Semifinals Burrton 43, Remington 38 Burrton 6 15 12 10 — 43 Remington 14 8 8 8 — 38 Burrton — D.Bryant 20, Rotzlaff 6, Mitchell 2, A.Bryant 1 1 , Coon 2, Stuff lebean 2. Remington — Wedel 2, Carter 2, Innskeep 2, Janzen 2, T.Gray 8, Frerking 4, B.Gray 18. Consolation Semifinals Douglass 39, Pretty Prairie 35 Pretty Prairie 7 10 8 8 — 35 Douglass 13 511 10 — 39 Pretty Prairie — Faucett 14, Krehbiel 5, Waltner 3, Debano 9. Cole 4. Douglass — Parker 3, Morrow 4, Gulick 6, Macy 13, Darter 13. CANTON-GALVA INVITATIONAL Semifinals Goessel 50, Centre 41 Centre 13 6 13 9 — 41 Goessel 14 11 10 15 — 50 Centre — Tajchman 4, McDonald 2. Wyatt 19, Boulware4,Ecklund2, Kristek4, Frantz6. Goessel — Logback 5, Voch 1, Darren Schmidt 1 2, Lionel Hiebert 21 , lonnie Hiebert 9, Durango Schmidt 2. Central Christian 63, Sedgwlck 59 Central Christian 16 7 19 21—63 Sedgwick 16 IB 14 11—59 Central Christian — Kauffman 19, Moore 7, Heinen6, Barnes 14, Chastain 15, Yutzy2. Sedgwick — Warren 8, D.Kingsley 10, Davis 8, J.K!ngsley2, Llby9, Willis 22. CROSSROADS CLASSIC At Belleville Semifinals Belleville 55, Belott 54 Belleville 20 14 9 12 — 55 Beloit 12 12 16 14 — 54 Belleville — Hobleman 4, Marquart 2, Fischer 7, McEwen 17, DeterdingB, Lambert 17. Beloit — Pierce 2, Marozas 4, T.Caldwell 7, J.Caldwell 1 , Widrig 3, Snedden 12, Weber 20, UndbladS. Consolation Minneapolis 57, Herlngton 43 Herington 4 18 12 8 — 43 Minneapolis 10 14 12 21—57 Herington — Solter 2, Schlesener 10, Cox 12, Brown 5, BiehlerS, Obermeyer2, Lewis 4. Minneapolis — Anderson 5, Harris 16, Morland 8, J. Allison 14, Allison 8, Shippley 6. TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS At Dodge City Semifinals Hutchinson 59, Wichita East 51 Wichita Heights 11 16 8 16 — 51 Hutchinson 9 15 12 23 — 59 Wichita Heights — Brown 2, Cheatum 3, McPherson 8, Sounders 12, Franklin 2, N.Jacques 14, Bell 1 1 , Lane 4, R.Jacques 6. Hutchinson — Brown 4, Swanson 5, Heide- bercht 2, Bough 14, Reid 12, Dashazer 7, Walters 15. KC-Shlagle 80, Wichita Heights 56 KC-Schlagle 15 21 18 26 — 80 Wichita Heights 10 14 13 19 — 56 KC-Schlagle — Thomas 13, Buckner 2, Allen 24,Gulnn25, Davis 16. Wichita Heights — Atwater 2, Kelvin Harris 6, Lewis 11, Teel 1, Aechabald 6, Bennett 2, Holte 4, Kevin HArrls 4, Jackson 10, Dawson 6 Parker 4. Derby Consolation Semifinals Derby 60, Hays 55 Palco Lenora 6 9 17 21—53 7 21 25 13 — 66 Palco — Thyfault 12', Towns 10, Nyp 3, laurln 5, Gehrlng 16, Normandln 3, Newell 4. Lenora — Van Dlest 14, Teel 27, Barlow 4, Stephen 10, Jones 8, Long 1 .1, Otter 2. 17 2 5 10 8 — 60 10 15 15 15 — 55 Derby — Cochran 8, Morion 17, Perry 4 Syrlng 1 1 , Rlcketts 12, Reed 8. Hoys — Wood 8, Unrein 15, Wilson 12, Lacy 10, Pickering6, Coup4. WKEA LEAGUE At Jetmore Fifth Place Ransom 58, Dfghton 45 Dlghton 12 12 8 13 — 45 Ransom 9 17 14 IB — SB Dlghton — Stanley 6, Schmalcrldt 6, White 5, Cramer 8, Wilson 20. Ransom — Shellenberger 10, Klitze 8, Moron 21 , Snodgrass 10, Flax 3, Baus 6. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hays First Place Norton 43, Plalnvllle 28 Norton 6 , 2 9 16 _^ 3 Plalnvllle 8 6 8 6 _ 28 Norton — McLollen 10, Griffey 2, Meyers 8 Ambrosier 1 3, Kasson 2, Sanko 8. Plainville — M.Krebs 6, Losey 8 D Krebs 4 Johnson 2, Gaschler 6, Wright 2. Third Place Stockton 46, Ellis 42 Elll ». 9 12 11 10 — 42 Stockton 3 12 12 19 _ 46 Ellis — F.Dinkel 4, L.Augustine 3, J.Augustine 7, Honas 11, Ashbaugh 2, Halogln Stockton — Holloway 17, Miller 8, Bellerive 2, MAddy 1 1 , Comeau 2, Kriley 5, Ollva 1 . McPHERSON INVITATIONAL Consolation Semifinals TMP-Marian 62, Newton 61 (ot) Newton 10 15 14 19 3 — 61 TMP-Morian 12 19 14 13 4 — 62 Newton — Pauls 8, Vega 12, Webb 10, JOnes 2, Johnson 9, Penner 20. TMP-Marion — Boeve 10, Dinkel 20, Schippers 25, Rupp 2, Broun 4, Blackburn 1 . Goddard 61 , Garden City 50 Goddard 19 u 17 u_6i GardenCily n 12 12 15 — 50 Goddard — Roberts 15, Putnam 8, Peteraeck 17, Mares 1 , Kingrey 12, Gonsalves 8. Garden City — Drones 2, Burrows 2, D Fox 10, Talbert 5, Eads 4, M.Fox 4, Channel 19 Lewis 4. Regular season Clifton-Clyde 75, Rllay County 51 Riley County 7 14 s •>«; ci Clifin-cWe 23 19 1? ?ol?5 Riley County - A.Hedmon 6, Longham 3, Larson 1, S.Johnson 9, Honus 13, C Clark 3 B.Hedman 10, T.Clark 6, Clifton-Clyde — Tremblay 3, Bechard 12, Stenberg 18, Branfort 8, Anderson 18, Newell 9, Mlchaud 6, Cyr 1. f

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