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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Sunday, January 26,1986 Page 22 Basketball NBA standings By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington NewYork Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana 32 6 29 14 26 18 23 21 15 29 Central Division 30 15 24 18 21 23 18 25 16 28 12 31 .800 .674 .591 .523 .341 .667 .571 .477 .419 .364 .279 8 11 19 B'/i' 11 13V, 17 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston Denver Son Antonio Dallas Utah Sacramento L.A. Lakers Portland L.A. Clippers Phoenix Seattle Golden State 30 14 24 19 24 21 20 21 11 24 16 27 Pacific Division 32 9 27 19 17 29 15 27 15 28 14 34 .682 — .558 5V, .533 6V, .488 8V, .478 9 .372 13V, .780 — .587 7V, .370 17V, .357 17V, .349 IB .292 21V, Saturday's Games Milwaukee 104, New York 88 Washington 111, Atlanta 103 Indiana 124, Golden State 101 Chicago 133, Phoenix 114 Dallas 123, San Antonio 107 . Houston 117, Detroit 112 Utah 130, LA. Clippers 90 Denver at L.A. Lakers, (n) Portland at Sacramento, (n) New Jersey at Seattle, (n) Sunday's Games Philadelphia at Boston, 11 a.m. Sacramento at Portland, 9 p.m. Monday's Games Chicago at Dallas, 7 p.m. Detroit at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Utah, 8:30 p.m. New Jersey at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores BUCKS 104, KNICKSM Milwaukee (104) Cummings 11-20 1-6 23, Reynolds 1-3 0-02, Breuer 1-4 1-1 3, Moncrief 7-14 9-9 24, Pressey 5-9 2-2 12, Davis 3-5 0-0 6. Pierce 5-11 2-2 12, lister 8-13 0-0 16, Fields 2-8 0-0 4, Lamp 0-1 0-0 0, Jones 1 -1 0-02.Totals 44-8915-20104. New York (IS) Bailey 5-9 5-6 15, Orr 3-8 3-3 9, Ewing 5-11 10-12 20, Sparrow 8-17 0-0 17, Wilkins 9-17 2-2 20, Cortwright 0-3 1-21. Cofield 3-7 0-0 6, Grunfeld 0-4 0-0 0. Thornton 0-0 0-0 0. Bannister 0-0 0-0 O.Totals33-7621-2588. Milwaukee 20 26 34 24-104 NewYork 29 25 22 16— U Three-point goals—Moncrief, Sparrow. Fouled out—Ewing. Rebounds-Milwaukee 46 (Ulster 11), New York SI (Ewing 12). Assists—Milwaukee 27 (Cummings, Pressey, Davis 5), New York 21 (Sparrow 10). Total fouls—Milwaukee 23, New York 20. A—16,547. PACERS m, WARRIORS 101 Golden State (101) Short 8-21 1-1 17. Smith 5-10 1-5 11. Carroll 5-15 2-4 12. Floyd 5-10 2-4 12, Mullin 7-17 1-2 15, Teagle 8-14 3-3 19, Whitehead 1-2 4-6 6, Bollard 2-6 3-4 7, Huston 0-1 0-0 0, Verhoeven 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 42-97 17-29 101. Indldon(l24) Kellogg 6-13 1-1 13,Tisdole8-130-0 16, Stipanovich 7-11 7-7 21. Fleming 5-8 2-3 12, Richardson 5-9 2-2 12, Anderson 6-10 1-4 13, Stansbury 0-6 1-1 1, Williams 1218 3-5 27, McClain 2-3 0-0 4, Garnet! 1-1 1-2 3, Gray 0-0 2-2 2,Totols 52-92 20-27 124. Golden State 31 18 28 24-101 Indiana 35 24 IS 40—124 Fouled out—Carroll. Rebounds—Golden State 52 (Smith II), Indiana 62 (Tisdale 13). Assists—Golden Slate 21 (Floyd 10), Indiana 36 (Kellogg. Fleming 8). Total fouls—Golden State 33, Indiana 32. Technicals—Indiana Coach Irvine, Carroll. A—11,441. BULLETS 111,HAWKS 103 Atlanta (103) Wilkins 12-30 11-12 35, Willis 4-9 5-6 13. Koncak 8-15 3-4 19, Rivers 0-2 0-0 0, Wittman9-171-219, Levingston 1-30-02. Webb 1 -3 0-0 2, Battle 2-10 1-2 5, Carr 4-5 0-0 8, Hastings 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 41-96 21 • 26 103. Washington(lll) Jones 0-0 0-0 0, Robinson 16-27 6-7 38, Bol 2-5 0-0 4, Malone 12-20 5-7 29, G.Williams 5-11 4-5 15, Roundfield 3-5 24 8, Wood 3-13 6-6 12, Daye 1-2 3-8 5, Bradley 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 42-83 26-37 111. Atlanta 31 26 26 20—103 Washington 32 27 22 30-111 Three-point goals—Williams. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 61 (Koncak 13), Washington 51 (Robinson 11). Assists—Atlanta 14 (Battle 5), Washington 17 (G.Williams 6). Total fouls—Atlanta 28, Washington 20. Technicals—Rivers. A-7,038. MAVERICKS 123, SPURS 107 Dallas (123) •Aguirre 13-22 4-7 30, Perkins 8-12 2-3 19, Donaldson 2-3 3-4 7. Harper 6-9 4-4 16, Blackman 12-21 5-629, Vincent 1-835 5, Davis 2-5 3-3 7, Ellis 2-8 1-2 6, Wennington 2-2 0-0 4, Blab 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 48-90 25-34 123. San Antonio (107) Johnson 1-35-67, Mitchell 8-162-2 18, Gilmore 7-132-216, Matthews 5-92-212, Robertson 10-17 3-3 22, Greenwood 4-4 0-0 8, Sundvold 8-11 0-0 17, Higgins 2-7 226, Hughes 0-0 0-0 0, Brittain 0-0 0-0 O.Totals45-8016-17107. Dallas 27 28 33 35-123 San Antonio 30 22 26 27—107 Three-point goals—Perkins, Ellis, Sundvold. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Dallas 48 (Donaldson 7), San Antonio 39 (Gilmore 12). Assists—Dallas 30 (Aquirre, Harper 6), San Antonio 28 (Matthews 9). Total fouls—Dallas 16, San Antonio 28. Technicals—Robertson, San Antonio Coach Fitzsimmons, Son Antonio illegal defense. A—9,599. BULLS 133, SUNS 114 Phoenix (114) Adams 2-12 2-3 6, Nance 9-15 2-2 20, Edwards 7-11 9-11 23, Thompson 3-4 0-1 6, Humphries 6-13 3-4 15. Davis 14-21 1-2 30, Robey 1-4 0-0 2, Sanders 2-9 0-0 4, Pittman 0-1 0-0 0, Pinckney 3-5 2-2 8. Totals 47-95 19-25 114. Chicago (133) Woolridge 18-27 7-10 44, Green 10-20 7-10 27, Oldham 1-2 0-0 2. Macy 5-7 2-2 14. Gervin 1-4 3-3 5, Banks 7-11 4-6 18, Oakley 1-1 4-4 6, Paxson 2-6 2-2 6, Corzine 3-3 4-4 10, Smrek 0-01-2 1 .Totals 48-8134-43133. Phoenix 33 2B 26 27—114 Chicago 35 38 24 36—133 Three-point goals—Davis, Woolridge, Macy 2. Fouled out—Nance. Rebounds- Phoenix 48 (Nance 10), Chicago 48 (Green 11). Assists—Phoenix 22 (Adams 5), Chicago 29 (Macy 8). Total fouls—Phoenix 29, Chicago 20. Technical—Green. A—10,634. ROCKETS 117, PISTONS 112 Oefrolt(ll2) Benson 3-4 0-0 6, Tripucka 7-14 6-6 20, Lalmbeer 6-18 4-6 16. Dumars 5-12 4-5 U.'Thomas 10-23 5-627, Cureton 5-6 3-4 13, Mahorn 0-3 0-0 0, Johnson 5-9 0-0 10, Campbell 3-4 0-0 6, Long 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 44-9322-27112. Houston (117) McCray 0-0 0-0 0, Sampson 6-14 6-10 18. Olojuwon 11-21 5-627, Lloyd 8-13 1-3 17, Lucas 3-10 2-4 B, Petersen 3-5 1-1 7, Reid 8-18 3-4 19, Wiggins 3-5 2-5 8, Leavell 5-82-2 IS.Totals4.7-94 22-35 117. Detroit JO 24 29 29—112 Houston 24 31 24 3»-H7 Three-point goals—Thomas 2, Leavell. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Detroit 56 (loimbeer 15), Houston 58 (Olajuwon 18)e- Assists—Detroit 30 (Tho.nas 9), Houston 33 (Lucas 9). Total fouls—Detroit 31, Houston 22. A—16,016. Top 2O results By The Associated Press How the Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press' college basketball pall fared Saturday: No. 1, North Carolina (20-0) beat No. 4 Georgia Tech 85-77. No. 2, Duke (16-2) vs. Maryland. No. 3, Memphis Slate (19-0) beat Missouri 79-68. No. 4, Georgia Tech (16-2) lost to No. 1 North Carolina 85-77. No. 5, Oklahoma (18-1) beat Kansas State 83-80. No. 6, Michigan (17-2) lost to Michigan State 91-79. No. 7, Kansas (19-2) beat No. 13 Louisville 71-69. No. 8. St. John's (19-2) beat Pittsburgh 68-67. No. 9, Syracuse (15-2) beat Connecticut 80-67. No.10, Nevada-Las Vegas (16-2) vs. Long Beach State. No.11, Kentucky (16-2) beat Tennessee 74-57. No.12, Georgetown (15-3) beat Boston College 73-66. No. 13, Louisville (11-6) lost to No. 7 Kansas 71-69. No.14, Louisiana State (16-3) vs. Auburn, ppd., illness. No. 15, Purdue (16-5) lost to Ohio State 73-66. No.16, Notre Dame (12-2) did not play. No.17, Bradley (20-1) beat Creighton 74-56. No.18, Alabama-Birmingham (18-5) lost to Western Kentucky 81-75. No.19, Texas-El Paso (16-3) vs. New Mexico. No.20, Virginia Tech (16-3) beat Florida State 86-73. College scores By The Associated Press EAST Ade!phi66,LeMoyne62 Alfred 91, Rochester Tech 53 Allegheny 66, Ohio Wesleyon 64 American Intl. 75, Merrimack 59 Amherst76,Colby72 Army 54. LaSalle52 Babson 83, Suffolk 68 Bloomsburg 71, West Chester 59 Boston U. 79, Vermont 62 Bryant 61. Stonehill 59 Buffalo St. 93, Buffalo 70 Canisius 76, New Hampshire 49 Castleton St. 86, Green Mountain 72 Catholic U. 81, Dickinson 70 Cent. Connecticut 69, Mass.-Boston 61 Charleston. W.Va. 77, Glenville St. 71 Columbia 62, Cornell 53 C.W. Post 114, Mercy 72 Dartmouth 55, Colgate 52 Drew64,Vassar60 Drexel 90, Delaware 89, OT Duquesne67, Rhode Island 60 E. Nazarene71, Gordon 52 Edinboro 87, Slippery Rock 70 Fairfield 74, Holy Cross 61 Fitchburg St. 72, Westfield St. 63 Franklin S Marshall 82, Gettysburg 61 Fredonio 85, Brockport 72 Gannon 67, Indiana, Pa. 49 Geneseo76, Oswego71 Geneva 100. Point Pork 68 George Washington 65, Penn St. 61 Georgetown 73, Boston Coll. 66 Glassboro St. 69, Ramapo 66 Hortwick 61, Stony Brook 50 Harvard 81, Brandeis 58 Hawthorne 67, Anna Maria 56 Hiram 78, Bethany, W.Va. 69 Hofstra 67, Towson St. 55 Howard U. 53, Delaware St. 47 lona 81, Fordham 49 Jersey City St. 100, Rutgers-Newark 65 Johns Hopkins 65, Swadhmore 64 Juniata 76, Albright 55 Kings Point 79, Worcester Tech 59 Kutztown 72, East Stroudsburg 56 Lafayette 78, flucknell 59 Lebanon Volley 77, Moravian 65 Lock Haven 69. Clarion 58 Long Island U. 81, Fairleigh Dickinson 60 Longwood 74, Pitt.-Johnstown 72 Lycoming 65, Alvernia 55 Mansfield 80. Shippensburg 65 Millersville72,Cheyney65 Montcloir St. 62, Rutgers-Camden 60 Morgan St. 76. Md.-E. Shore 60 Ml. St. Mary's 77, Loyola, Md. 75 Muhlenberg 60, W. Maryland 58 New Hampshire Coll. 100, Keene St. 77 New Haven 75. Bridgeport 64 Niagara 79, Maine 73 N.J. Tech 108, N.Y. Poly 51 Norfolk St. 92, St. Paul's 66 Nyock 75, King's, N.Y. 64 OldWestburyBO, Elmiro78 OldWestburyBO, Elmira78 Pace 69, Southampton 66, OT Penn St.-Behrend 75, Wooster 69 Potsdam 69, Albany 61 Quinnipioc 82, Lowell 69 Rider69,Lehigh68 Robert Morris 74, Marist 68 Rochester 71, Union. N.Y. 66 Sacred Heart 66, S. Connecticut 58 Salem St. 101, Framingham St. 74 Scranton 54, King's, Pa. 51 SE Massachusetts 108, Plymouth St. 90 Shepherd 66, Davis S Elkins 60 Skidmore 86, Johnson St. 84 Springfield 78, Assumption 74 St. Anselm 65, Bentley 68 St. Francis, N.Y. 65, Wagner 62 St. Francis, Pa. 82. Monmouth, N.J. 77 St. John Fisher 72, Daemen 60 St. John's 68, Pittsburgh 67 St. Joseph's 71, Rutgers 57 St. Lawrence 87, Ithaca 54 St. Michael's 73, Philo. Textile 66 Stevens Tech 71, Dominican 64, OT Stockton St. 97. Wm. Paterson 79 Susquehanna 68, Elizabethtown 55 Syracuse 60, Connecticut 67 Temple 67, St. Bonaventure 74 Thiel 74, Grove City 64 Tn.-Chattanooga 81, Marshall 74 Trinity, Conn. 75, Tufts 74 UrsinusS4,Widener52,OT Utica54,CoppinSt.46 VillanovoBO, Providence 66 W. Virginia 69, Massachusetts 61 W. Virginia Tech 76, W. Va. Wesleyan 77 Wash. & Jeff. 80, John Carroll 55 Washington, Md. 83, Haverford 57 Waynesburg 99, Houghton 70 Waynesburg 99, Houghton 70 West Liberty 93. Salem, W. Va.76 Westminister, Pa., 54, Roberts Wesleyan 43 Wheeling 65, Fairmont St. 54 Wilkes 72. Delaware Vol. 47 Williams 72, Bowdoin 58 Worcester St. 62, N. Adams St. 60 Yale 73, Brown 70 SOUTH Akron 66, Tennessee Tech 54 Alabama 67, Florida 64 Albany, Ga. 108, Fort Valley St. 94 Alcorn St. 92, Prairie View ASM 75 Ark.-Little Rock 83, Samford 73 Armstrong St. 94, Coastal Carolina 84 Athens St. 56, Bir.-Southern 46 Aub.-Montgomery 99, Faulkner 71 Austin Peay 76, Morehead St. 72 Berea 86, Clinch Valley 77 Berry 62, Oglethorpe61 Bethune-Cookman 80, North Carolina AST 77 Cent. Florida 70, Rollins 68 Centenary 98, Georgia St. 90 Chris. Newport 76, Va. Wesleyan 75 Citadel 64, Davidson 61 Clemson 46, Wake Forest 43 Coll. of Charleston 69, Coker 49 Columbus 76, Florida Intl. 74 Cumberland, Ky., 74, Transylvania 57 Delta St. 80, Tenn.-Martin 78 Duke 60, Maryland 68 E. Carolina 75, George Mason 67 Eckerd92,St.Leo74 Elon73,Catawba58 FDU-Madison 72, Messiah 59 Flagler89,Barry66 Florida ASM 76, Nicholls St. 73 Furman 81, E. Tennessee St. 74 Ga. Southern 69, Hardin-Simmons 67 Georgetown, Ky., 66, Pikeville63 Georgia 91, Mississippi 75 Guillord 73, Pembroke St. 66 Houston Baptist 61, Mercer 55 Jackson St. 63, Grambling 60 Jacksonville St. 71, Mississippi Coll. 65 J.C. Smith 85, Bowie St. 74 Kentucky 74, Tennessee 57 LaGrange74, North Georgia 71 Lander 96, Vorhees Lenoir-Rhyne 53, High Point 51 Louisiana Coll. 79, Spring Hill 77, OT Louisiana St. at Auburn, ppd., team illness Lynchburg64, Hampden-Sydney 60 Mary Washington 94, Frostburg St. 86 Maryville77, E.Mennonile76 Memphis St. 79, Missouri 68 Middle Tenn. 84, Youngstown St. 70 Miss. Valley St. 76, Alabama SI. 72 Mississippi St. 64, Vanderbilt 60 Monlevollo75,Ala-Huntsville65 Murray St. 67, E. Kentucky 55 N.Carolina St. 55, Virginia 53 Navy 76, WilliamS Mary 68 N.C. Wesleyan 77, Averett 64 N.C.-Ashevllle 68, Winthrop 60 N.C.-Central 59, Winston-Solem 58 N.C.-Greensboro 78, Methodist 67 N.C.-Wilmington 83, James MAdison 66 North Carolina 85, Georgia Tech 77 Old Dominion 64, Jacksonville 56 Palm Beach Atlantic 67, Clearwater Christian 57 Presbyterian 78. Cloflin 64 Rondolph-Mocon95, Liberty Baptist 75 Richmond 74, American U. 59 Roanoke63, Bridgewater 56 S. Mississippi 77, South Carolina 65 S.C.-Aiken 62, Cent. Wesleyan 60 S.C.-Spartanburg 85, Francis Marion 80 Southern U. 91, Texas Southern 58 St. Andrews 65, Greensboro 52 St. Louis 54, Detroit 52 SW Louisiana 71, New Orleans 70 Tampa 68, Flo. Southern 66 Tennessee St. 62, S. Carolina St. 60 Tenn.-Wesleyan 100, Covenant 85 Trevecco 76, Belmont 70 Va. Commonwealth 83, South Alabama 74 Valdosta79, Livingston 70 Virginia Tech 86, Florida St. 73 W. Carolina 57, VMI55 W. Kentucky 81. Alo.-Birmingham 75 Webber 84, Nova 73 William Carey 60, Belhaven 77 Wofford84,Newberry76 Xavier, Ohio 66, Oral Roberts 74 MIDWEST Adrian 76, Alma 62 Augustana 81, Carthage 59 Aurora 80, Rockford 60 Avila 65, Evangel 70 Ball St. 56, Cent. Michigan 56 Bellarmine 66, Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 61 Beloit75,Grinnell58 Bethany, Kan. 89. St. Mary's, Kan. 68 Blackburn 75, Principia 51 Bluffton 86, Anderson 85 Brodley 74, Creighton 56 Butler 78, Chicago St. 74 Carroll, Wis. 75, Elmhurst 59 Cedarville 93, Rio Grande 85 Cent. Methodist 82, Graceland 74 Cent. Missouri 89, Mo.-St. Louis 80 Cincinnati 82, Dayton 77 Concordia, Wis. 76. NW Wiscosin 64 Cornell, Iowa 74. Lake Forest 73 DePauw91. Huntington 44 Dist. of Columbia 91, Central St., Ohio 84 DoaneoS, BellevueS? Drake 68, S. Illinois 63 E.Michigan83, N. Illinois74 Earlham77, Fisk70 Ellsworth 102, Boone 76 Emporio St. 99, Kearney St. 77 Ferris St. 70, Grand Vol. St. 68 Findlay 79, Hanover 77, OT Grace 79, Goshen 56 Hastings 69, Dona 67 Heidelberg 85. Ml. Union 67 III. Benedictine 65, Judson 71 Illinois St. 77, Indiana St. 73 Indiana 71, Illinois 69 Indiana Cent. 63, N. Kentucky 43 Indiana-SE 81 .Franklin 75 Kansas 71, Louisville 69 Kent St. 64. Bowling Green 72 Kenyan 69, Denison 66 Lawrence 68, Knox 63 Loyola, III. 71, Evansville 65 Marian 78, Indiana Tech 64 Marion 74, Bethel, Ind. 63 Mary 75, MayvilleSt. 68 McMurray70,Maryville51 Miami, Ohio 68, W.Michigan 60 Michigan St. 91, Michigan 79 Michigan Tech 76, Hillsdale 59 Mo. Valley 94, Mid-Am Nazarene 76 Mo. Western 90, Mo. Southern 88 Monmouth, III. 57, Chicago 52 Mo.-Rolla 68, Mo. Baptist 60 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 69, Urbona 60 Muskingum57, Baldwin-Wallace 45 N. Central 70, Millikin 63 N. Colorado 72, N. Dakota St. 68 N. Michigan 77, Lake Superior St. 53 Neb. Wesleyan 90. Midland 64 Neb.-Omaha 48, N. Dakota 45 Nebraska 75. Iowa St. 58 North Pork 67, Illinois Wesleyan 65 Northwestern 85, Iowa Wesleyan 57 Oakland City 79, Olivet Nazarene 77 Oberlin 89, Case Western 73 Ohio Northern 69, Marietta 49 Ohio St. 73, Purdue 66 Oklahoma 83, Kansas St. 80 Olivet 122, Nazareth 53 Ottawa 71, McPherson 63 Pittsburg St. 63, Wayne St., Neb. 61 Purdue-Calumet 66, St. Francis, Ind. 68 Ripon 78, Coe 68 Rosary 69, McKendree70 S.Dakota 62. S.Dakota St. 60 S. Indiana 96, St. Joseph's, Ind. 81 SE Missouri 73, NE Missouri 60 St. Ambrose 88, St. Francis. III. 53 St. Norbert 80, Illinois Coll. 56 SW Missouri 65, Cleveland SI. 61 Taylor 65, Spring Arbor 48 Toledo 100, Ohio U. 98 Tri-St.79. lnd.-Pur.-lndpls.76 Valparaiso 68, E. Illinois 80 Viterbo 62, NW Minnesota 60 W. Illinois 63, Wis.-Green Bay 54 Walsh 70, Ohio Dominican 69 Washburn 66, Fort Hoys SI. 61 Washington, Mo. 78, Rose-Hulman 72 Wilmington 73, Manchester 60 Wisconsin 69, Iowa 63 Wis.-Eau Claire 58, Wis.-Whitewater 56 Wis.-Milwaukee 78, Marian 54 Wis.-River Falls 74, Wis.-Platteville 67 Wis.-Stevens Pt. 73, Wis.-La Crosse 63 Wittenberg 71, Capital 67 Wright St. 68, Ashland 57 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 75, E. Texas St. 52 Angela St. 77, Texas ASI69 Bethany Nazarene 61, Oklahoma Baptist 60 Houston 71, So. Methodist 66 Lamar 65, Arkansas St. 61 Louisiana Tech 72, Texas-Arlington 62 NW Oklahoma 84, NE Oklahoma 74 Oklahoma Baptist 88, Bartlesville Weslyn83,OT Pan American 64, Texas-San Antonio 71. OT Panhandle St. 83, Lubbock Christian 70 Phillips 54, Oklahoma Christian 53 SE Oklahoma 64, E. Cent. Oklahoma 54 Southern Cal 88, Arkansas 74 Texas ASM 68, Rice 55 Texas Christian 63, Texas Tech 55 Tulsa 69, Wichita St. 58 FAR WEST Arizona 85, Oregon 68 Arizona St. 71, Oregon St. 56 Brigham Young 67, Utah 69 California 75, UCLA 67 Denver 73, Santa Fe 63 Howard Payne 80, E. New Mexico 70 N.Arizona 65, Weber St.57 Puget Sound 62, E. Montana 58 San Jose St. 48, Fresno-St.45 Simon Fraser 90, Alaska-Juneau 83 Washington 72, Washington St. 63 WOMEN EAST American 77, Richmond 67 Boston U. 65, Hartford 52 Brooklyn Coll. 76, Cheyney 71 Columbia-Barnard 72, Cornell 68 Connecticut 74, Georgetown 57 Dartmouth 62, New Hampshire 51 Delaware 67, Drexel 59 Holy Cross 75, Boston Coll. 68 LaSolle95, Penn 40 Niagara 72, LeMoyne 49 Penn St. 86, Rhode Island 51 Rutgers 85, Massachusetts 65 St. Bonaventure 72, Utica 61 St. John's 78, Seton Hall 76, OT Syracuse 68, Villonova 57 Temple 76, George Washington 61 SOUTH Auburn 84, Louisiana St. 63 Bethune-Cookman 76, N. Carolina AST 47 Duke 77, Georgia Tech 61 E. Tennessee St. 81, Furman 72 Georgia St. 64, Florida ASM 61 Howard 67, Delaware St. 58 Louisiana Tech 81, Miami, Fla. 40 N. Carolina St. 71, Maryland 55 NW Louisiana 94, Sam Houston St. 66 South Carolina 67, Cincinnati 63 SE Louisiana 60, Nicholls St. 59 Vanderbilt 69, Mississippi St. 41 Virginia 84, North Carolina 79 Virginia Tech 89, Louisville 75 Wake Forest 66, Clemson 73 W. Carolina 65, N. C. Charlotte 58 Middle Tenn. 97, Youngstown St. 72 MIDWEST Bowling Green 62, Kent St. 61 Brodley 86, W. Illinois 48 Cent. Florida 78, Ga. Southern 74 Cent. Michigan 82, Ball SI. 59 Creighton 84, Marauetle 53 Dayton 78, Evansville 51 Drake 85, Wichita St. 62 E.Illinois 76, Indiana St. 73 E. Michigan 83, N. Illinois 76 Iowa St. 79, Nebraska 74 Kansas 69, Kansas St. 66 Morgan St. 60, Md.-E. Shore 78 N.Iowa 83. SW Missouri St. 81 Ohio U. 91, Toledo 66 Oklahoma 105, Missouri 79 S.Illinois 67, Illinois St. 47 Valparaiso 68, Franklin 64 West Virginia 67, Cleveland St. 50 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 86, Baylor 55 Arkansas St. 73, Lamar 66, OT Panhandle St. 72. Tulsa 56 Stephen F. Austin 60, SW Texas St. 58 FAR WEST Arizona St. 66, Arizona 64 Cal.-lrvine 69, Pacific U. 56 Montana 67, Boise St. 50 Nov.-Los Vegas 72, Hawaii 56 Son Diego 78, Nev.-Reno 59 Utah 70, Colorado St. 57 Washington 75, Oregon St. 60 College men MICHIGAN ST. 91, MICHIGAN 79 Michigan (79) Rellford 6-10 6-9 20. Wade 6-11 0-0 12, Torpley 4-71-29, Grant 2-7 4-46, Joubert 6-8 0-012. Rice 1-4 0-0 2, Henderson 1-5 0-0 2, Thompson 7-100-014, Butts 0-0 0-0 0. Totals33-6213-1579. Michigan St. (91) Carr 5-10 6-10 16, Polec 3-4 4-4 10, Fordham 1-5 0-0 2, Johnson 6-11 5-6 17, Skiles 15-20 10-11 40, Valentine 2-2 2-2 6, Izzo 0-2 0-0 0, Walker 0-0 0-0 0, Rison 0-0 0-0 0, Mueller 0-0 0-0 0, Sarkine 0-0 0-0 0, Sekal 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-54 27-33 91. Halftime—Michigan St. 44, Michigan 31. Fouled out—Torpley, Grant. Rebounds— Michigan 28 (Wade 9), Michigan St. 25 (Polec. Johnson, Skiles 4). Assists—Michigan 17 (Grant 7), Michigan St. 10 (Skiles 8). Total fouls—Michigan 27, Michigan St. 12. A-10,004. SYRACUSE U, CONNECTICUT (7 Connecticut (67) Robinson 2-9 4-5 8, Besselink 4-8 2-2 10, Coles 5-8 1-1 11, Kelley 4-6 1-2 9, Gamble 6-12 2-314, Williams 5-101-111, King 1 -2 0-0 2, Warren 0-1 0-0 0, Shea 0-0 0-0 0, Ursery 1 -1 0-0 2. Totals 28-57 11 -14 67. Syracuse (M) Triche 5-6 0-0 10, Alexis 6-13 4-4 16, Seikaly 4-8 2-2 10, Addison 10-161-1 21, Washington 7-12 2-216, Walker 0-0 2-2 2, Monroe 0-3 0-0 0, Douglas 2-3 1-2 5, Brower 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 34-61 12-1380. Halftime—Syracuse 34, Connecticut 30. Fouled out—None, Rebounds—Connecticut 21 (Besselink 6), Syracuse 28 (Alexis 8). Assists—Connecticut 15 (Kelley 4), Syracuse 24 (Addison, Washington 7). Total fouls—Connecticut 16, Syracuse 15. A— 29,917. MEMPHIS STATE 79, MISSOURI M Missouri (M) Chievous 4-13 0-0 8, Bingenheimer 1-5 1 -2 3, Leonard 4-12 2-310, Strong 10-17 89 28, Hardy 4-7 1-2 9, Sandbothe 3-3 0-0 6, Roundtree 1-5 0-0 2, Musser 0-1 0-0 0, Potthoff 1-1 0-0 2, Brockmon 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-64 12-1668. Memphto State (79) Askew 3-7 1-1 9, Holmes 10-17 2-3 9, Bedford 11-21 2-3 24, Boyd 3-9 2-2 8, Turner 4-10 2-2 10, Wilfong 2-4 0-0 4, Bailey 0-0 0-0 0. Moody 1-2 0-0 2, Alexander 1-2 0-0 2, Douglas 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 35-72 9-1179. Halftime—Memphis St. 39, Missouri 32. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Missouri 41 (Leonard 11), Memphis St. 37 (Bedford 11). Assists-Missouri 10 (Leonard 3) Memphis St. 24 (Turner 13). Total Fouls—Missouri 15, Memphis St. 14.A-11,200. GEORGETOWN 73 BOSTON COLLEGE 66 Georgetown (73) Williams 5-11 0-010, Wingate 3-50-06, Dalton 4-6 6-914, M. Jackson 6-11 2-314, Broadnox 5-6 4-614, McDonald 0-4 5-7 5, J. Jackson 2-3 0-0 4, Edwards 1-3 0-0 2, Mateen 1-1 2-2 4, Highsmith 0-0 0-0 0, Winston 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 27-52 19-27 73. Boston College (66) McCready 401 12-17 20, S. Benton 0-3 0-0 0, Bowers 2-4 0-0 4, Barros 7-15 1-1 15, Pressley5-126-918, Barry 1-50-02, Gordon 1-4 5-6 7, J. Benton 0-1 0-1 0 Scott 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-55 26-35 66. Haltime—Boston Coll. 32, Georgetown 29. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Georgetown 29 (Dalton 8), Boston Coll. 31 (Gordon 9). Assists—Georgetown 12 (Jackson 7), Boston Coll. 9 (S.Benton, Pressley 3). Total fouls—Georgetown 22, Boston Coll. 24. A—14,218. NO. CAROLINA B5, GEORGIA TECH 77 Georgia Tech (77) Hammonds 5-6 3-3 13, Ferrell 5-9 1-2 11, Salley 3-7 5-911, Dalrymple 4-7 2-4 10, Price 10-132-3 22, Ford 1-3 0-1 2, Neal 3-82-28.Totals31-5315.2477. North Carolina (85) Wolf 10-11 2-4 22, Martin 3-6 3-4 9, Dougherty 10-17 3-4 23, Hale 3-12 2-3 8, K.Smith 2-8 1-2 5, Popson 2-2 0-0 4, Lebo 5-9 2-2 12, R.Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Madden 0-2 0-0 0, Hunter 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 36-6913-19 65. Halftime—N. Carolina 42, Georgia Tech 31. Fouled out—Hammonds, Dalrymple, Martin. Rebounds—Georgia Tech 27 (Hammonds 10), N. Carolina 37 (Dougherty 11). Assists—Georgia Tech 16 (Price 5), N. Carolina 23 (K.Smith 10). Total fouls—Georgia Tech 19, N. Carolina 23. A—21,444. DUKE SO, MARYLAND 61 Maryland (61) Bias 14-2013-1341, Massenburg 2-5 44 8, Lewis 1-6 0-1 2, Baxter 2-6 0-1 4, Johnson 1-4 0-0 2, Nared 2-3 0-3 4, Long 0-1 0-00, Jones 1-11-1 3, Dickerson 0-222 2, Gregg 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 24-50 20-25 68. Duke(>0) Henderson 3-6 6-6 12, Alarie 6-10 5-6 17, Ferry 1-8 0-0 2, Amoker 3-11 2-3 8, Dawkins 10-15 4-6 24, King 3-4 1-4 7, Bilas 1-4 2-3 4, Williams 1-1 0-0 2, Strickland 0-2 0-0 0, Snyder 1-1 0-0 2, Smith 0-1 0-0 0, Nessley 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-6522-3080. Halftime—Duke 49, Maryland 31. Fouled out—Massenburg. Rebounds— Maryland 27 (Bias 8). Duke 36 (Bilas 8). Assists—Maryland 10 (Baxter 5), Duke 15 (Amaker 5). Total fouls—Maryland 23, Duke 26. A—8,564. EMPORIA ST. 99, KEARNEY ST. 77 Kearney State (77) Cochran 5-13 2-2 12, Kofed 11-18 4-5 26, Hueser 2-10 0-0 4, Soucie 7-141-415, Shoup 3-7 0-0 6, Zimmerman 2-5 0-0 4, McKone 3-7 0-0 6, Johnson 0-2 0-0 0, Shimek 0-2 2-2 2, Brezinsky 0-1 2-2 2, RoseO-1 0-00. Totals 33-6011-1577. Emporio State (99) Stromgren 6-6 0-012, Biggs 5-82-312, Hughes 6-11 2-2 14, Robinson 13-24 4-5 30, Chapman 10-22 6-8 26, Yonke 1 -6 0-0 2, Cramer 0-1 0-0 0, Lackey 0-0 2-2 2, Fort 0-1 0-0 0, Birch 0-0 1-21. Totals 41-70 172299. HALFTIME — Emporia Stale 44, Kearney State 33. TOTAL FOULS — Kearney State 13, Emporia State 16. FOULED OUT — None. REBOUNDS — Kearney State 37 (Soucie, Shoup 7), Emporia State 48 (Hughes 12). OTTAWA 71, McPHERSON 63 McPherson ((3) Crist 4 0-0 8, Elliott 0 0-0 0, Kinnamon 100-020, Robertson 7 0-0 14, M.Elliott 0 1-2 I. Wempe 7 1-3 15, Appey 1 1-2 3, CronsetlO-02.Totals303-563. Ottawa (71) Ferguson 2 2-2 6, Fields 1 4-7 6, Noel 11 4-6 26, Raff 20-04, Pratt 8 3-4 19, Skoch 1 0-02, Franklin 4 0-0 6. Totals 2913-1971. KALFTIME - Ottawa 37, McPherson 36. TOTAL FOULS - McPherson 17. Ottawa 14. FOULED OUT — Wempe (M). TABOR 91, BETHEL 64 Bethel (64) Roman 1 0-0 2, Both 2 2-2 6, Schroeder 0 5-6 5, Denina 1 3-4 5, Hiebert 4 0-1 6, Unruh 3 2-5 8, Rudeen 10-12, Schrog 2 00 4, Woshburn 6 2-3 14, Schulte 2 6-6 10. Totals 22 20-28 64. Tabor (W) Landes 2 0-0 4, Brenneman 1 2-2 4, McGregor 4 5-5 13, Dewberry 1 1-33, Lockharl 5 0-1 10, Shewey 5 1-3 II, Bedding 40-18, House 1 0-0 2, Rusl 4 5-7 13, Franlz 25-69, Walker 21-55. Collier 7 2-316. Totals 38 22-32 96. HALFTIME - Tabor 41. Bethel 28. FRIENDS 79, STERLING 71 Friends (79) Hortwick 2 0-0 4, Weed 3 1-27, Bumgarner 7 0-1 14, Weaver 1 1-2 3, Schumacher 9 7-7 25, Barney 2 0-0 4, Pearson 9 4-4 22. Totals 3313-16 79. Sterling (71) Dalton 1 0-1 2, Friesen 1 0-0 2, Riggs 9 7-9 25, Elman 5 8-8 18, Payne 5 0-0 10, Brandt62-214.Totals 2717-2071. HALFTIME — Friends 36, Sterling 32. TOTAL FOULS — Friends 20, Sterling 19. FOULED OUT — Barney (Friends). College women FRIENDS 68, STERLING 57 Friends (61) Smith 7 2-4 16, Blankenship 4 1-2 9, Bolthazor 3 0-0 6. Adams 3 5-6 11, Wimmer 5 4-4 14. Coulman 3 6-6 12. Totals 25 18-22 68. Sterling (57) Vanderpool 4 4-10 12, Self 1 0-0 2, Zavesky 35-611, Ohmes 90-018, Wilson 01-21, Hamilton 3 3-4 9, Schwindt 1 0-0 2, Denogean 1 0-0 2. Totals 2213-22 57. HALFTIME — Friends 34, Sterling 26. TOTAL FOULS — Sriends 22, Sterling 21. FOULED OUT — Wimmer (F), Zavesky, Hamilton (S). McPHERSON 73, OTTAWA 59 McPherson (73) Benson t 0-0 2, Curbetle 0 2-2 2 Nichols I 3-4 5, Merrilield 1 2-2 4, Harrison 52-212, Streit 1 0-0 2, Kingery 5 0-210, Grote 31-17, Finkenstadl 0 0-2 0, Zink 12 1 -1 25, Wasson 1 0-1 2, Rudd 0 2-2 2,Therof(00-l 0. Totals 3013-21 73. Ottawa (59) Gale 1 0-0 2, Towle 2 2-2 6. Scott 1 5-5 7, Elliott 4 2-2 10, Stroud 5 8-13 18, Roberts 6 2-4 14, Heenan 1 0-0 2. Totals 2019-2659. HALFTIME — McPherson 37, Ottawa 20. TOTAL FOULS — McPherson 23, Ottawa 22. FOULED OUT — Towle, Scott (0). TECHNICAL FOULS - Ottawa bench. DRAKE 05, WICHITA STATE 62 Drake (15) Otten 1-4 2-4 4, Kelly Sudenga 7-131-3 15, Wanda Ford 13-24 11-12 37, Hayes 2-7 2-4 6, Missy Slockelt 7-13 0-0 14, Orr 1-4 5-6 7, Caspers 1-10-02. TOTALS 32-66 21 • 2985. Wichita State (62 Crystal Westfield 8-17 2-2 18, Luke 2-7 1-2 5, Wever 1-3 3-6 5, Allison Daniel 616 2-2 14, Langlois 4-60-0 8, Flood 3-1122 8, Weber 1-4 2-2 4, TOTALS 25-66 12-16 62. HALRIME - Drake 41, Wichita State 26. TOTAL FOULS — Drake 13, Wichita State 25. FOULED OUT — Luke, Wever, Weber (WSU). TECHNICAL FOULS - WSU bench 2. REBOUNDS — Drake 48 (Ford 20), Wichita State 35 (Westfield 11). TURNOVERS - Drake 19, Wichita Slate 19. Big 8 standings MEN League Overall McPherson — Oakes 4, Manor 2, Aplin 8, Henson 26, Goerlng 8, Pyle 11, Verlln 12. WKEA LEAGUE AT JETMORE FIRST PLACE WHEATLAND76.QUINTER73 Wheotland 16 18 20 20 — 76 Quinler 14 15 22 22 — 73 Wheotlond — Deges 2, Kaiser 12, Heinz 10, Katl 21, Dinkel 15, Selensky 16. Quinter — D.Jamison 4, K.Jamison 22, Crist 26, Voliska U. Norton 2, Robert Burris6, Ricky Burris 2. THIRD PLACE JETMORE 7J, NESS CITY 46 NessCity 6 13 14 13 — 46 Jetmore 20 20 18 14 — 72 Ness City — Betz 6, Erb 4, Ries 6, Werth 3. Karlin 18, Moier 1, Nagy 8. Jetmore — Bamberger 2, Charles 2, BErgmann 13, Cahoon 7, Chambers 6, Hertele, ShiewS. HArms24. ORANGE AND BLACK CLASSIC AT COLBY SEMIFINALS LIBERAL 54, GOODLAND 41 liberal 14 11 15 14-54 Goodland 13 15 6 14-48 Liberal — Huskey 13, Sumner 4, G.Johnson 6, Taylor 3, Ross 1, R.Johnson 14.Wilbers4.Lee9. Goodland — Mull 9, Jamison 9, Brouillette 11, PFau 10, Busse 7, Brown 2. COLBY 10, CLAYTON, N.M.46 Clayton,N.M. 11 13 12 12 — 48 Colby 26 23 16 15 — 80 Clayton, N.M. — K.Jesko 10, B.Jesko 2, Geary 4, Kimble 8, Beckner 9, Wagner 6, Caldwell 2, Maulsby 5, Mock 2. Colby — Mclaughlin 2, Liudahl 11, Burns 4, Mountford 20, Squibb 10, Malcolm 5, Lowe 10, Sweat 8, Guitierrez 2, Durbin 8. CONSOLATION SEMIFINALS BURLINGTON, COLO. 63, OAKLEY 43 Oakley 6 12 17 16 — 43 Burlington, Colo. 17 17 12 17 — 63 Oakley — R.Munk 8, Applegate 1, S.Munk 9, Hulett 2, Backwinkel 9, Hemert6, Herl8. Burlington, Colo. — Soos 10, Hoschover 2, Kielser 6, Salerly 9, Strobel 5, Boland 17, Colglazier 2, Harvey 6. Rod- riquez6. McCOOK, NEB. 67, STRATTON, COLO. 66 Strotton, Colo. 18 16 18 14—66 McCook.Neb. 11 12 21 23 — 67 Slratton, Colo. — Mike May 17, Huppert 16, Borning 8, Bauman 4, Bloomer 11, Mark May 4, Isenhairl6. McCook, Neb. — Schoup 8, Dubber 6,. Hosman 17, Hall 9, Siemens 10, Mahnsen 17. W 4 3 3 3 2 1 Kansas Oklahoma Missouri Iowa State Nebraska Kansas State Oklahoma State 0 Colorado 0 Saturday's Results Kansas 71, Louisville 69; Nebraska 75, Iowa State 58; Oklahoma 83, Kansas State 80; Memphis State 79, Missouri 68; Oklahoma State at Colorado. W 19 18 16 12 12 13 9 WOMEN League Oklahoma Kansas Iowa State Kansas State Missouri Nebraska Colorado W 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 Overall W 15 12 13 11 10 9 11 10 Oklahoma State 0 Saturday Results Kansas 69, Kansas State 66; Iowa State 79, Nebraska 74; Oklahoma State at Colorado, Oklahoma 105, Missouri 79. MVC standings MEN League Overall Bradley Tulsa Illinois State Drake Creighton Indiana State West Texas St. Wichita State So.Illinois W 7 5 5 5 2 2 2 1 1 W 20 15 10 13 6 B 8 8 5 Prep boys LPQA scores BOCA RATON, Flo. (AP) — Third- round scores Saturday of the LPGA Mazda Classic Golf Tournament played on the 6,368-yord, par-72 Stonebrldge Golf and Country Club: Barb Thomas 72-70-66-208 Sally Little 71-71-67-209 RobinWalton 70-69-71-210 Pally Sheehon 75-70-66-211 Sandra Palmer 70-69-72-211 Val Skinner 74-69-68-211 Hollis Stacy 70-70-71—211 BeckyPearson 71-70-71—212 Judy Dickinson 68-74-70—212 Allison Finney 72-70-70-212 PatMeyers 74-67-71-212 JoAnnWashom 71-67-76—214 Jone Crofter 69-73-72—214 Pot Bradley • 72-71-71-214 PiaNilsson 70-71-75—216 Cindy Mackey 73-72-71—216 ColleenWalker 72-72-72-216 PattiRizzo 75-66-73-216 Jan Stephenson 71-74-71-216 Penny Hammel 76-69-72—217 KothyWhitworth 70-72-75-217 DebbleMossey 75-71-71—217 Laurl Peterson 74-72-71—217 SherrinGolbraith 70-75-72-217 Shirley Furlong 73-73-71-217 Tommy Fredrickson 69-72-76—217 •DoleEggeling 74-72-71—217 Sally Quinlan 72-71-74-217 Deb Richard 75-67-76—216 VicklFergon 73-72-73—216 Alice Ritzman 73-73-72—218 AyakoOkamoto 76-70-72—218 Mary Beth Zimmerman 73-73-72—218 JaneBlalock 73-69-77-219 KimShipman 75-74-70-219 LoriGarbocz 76-74-69—219 CothyMorse 74-71-74—219 Laurie Rinker 76-70-73-219 Beth Daniel 69-75-75—219 Silvia Bertolaccini 70-71-78-219 Betsy King 68-79-73—220 Maria Figueras-Dotti 75-73-72—220 Amyflenz 71-75-74-220 MIssieBerteotti 74-69-77—220 Cathy Kratzert 74-74-72—220 Debbie Hall 74-74-72—220 Heather Farr 74-71-75—220 Charlotte Montgomery 76-72-70—220 LeAnn Cassaday 74-70-76—220 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 72-72-77—221 Rosie Jones 72-71-78-221 Prep girls Saturday Results Bradley 74, Creighton 56; Drake 68, Southern Illinois 63; Illinois State 77, Indiana State 73; Tulsa 69, Wichita State 58. NBA all-star voting EASTERN CONFERENCE Centers 1, Moses Malone, Philadelphia, 615.089. 2, Patrick Ewing, New York, 344,643. 3, Jeff Ruland, Washington, 294,516. 4, Bill Loimbeer, Detroit, 264,738. 5, Robert Parish, Boston, 251,576. 6, Melvin Turpin, Cleveland, 206,441. 7, Alton Lister, Milwaukee, 202,723. 8, Darryl Dawkins, New Jersey, 131,020. 9, Kevin Willis, Atlanta, 117,801. 10, Herb Williams, Indiana, 98,482. Forwards 1, Larry Bird, Boston, 702,440. 2, Julius Erving, Philadelphia, 596,875. 3, Kelly Tripucka, Detroit, 411,032. 4, Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta, 383,855. 5, Kevin McHole, Boston, 379.696. 6, Terry Cummings, Milwaukee, 294,669. 7, Wayman Tisdale, Indiana, 261,079. 8, Paul Pressey, Milwaukee, 256,666. 9, Charles Berkley, Philadelphia, 243.841. 10, Roy Hinson, Cleveland, 232,974. Guards 1, x-Michael Jordan, Chicago, 719,143. 2, Isiah Thomas, Detroit, 666,013. 3, Sidney Moncrief, Milwaukee, 503,105.4, Dennis Johnson, Boston, 360,069. 5, World Free, Cleveland, 347,110. 6, Maurice Cheeks, Philadelphia, 247,997. 7, George Gervin, Chicago, 223,487. 8, Danny Ainge, Boston, 222,766. 9, Vinnie Johnson, Detroit, 216,276. 10, Jeff Malone, Washington, 207,145. WESTERN CONFERENCE Centers 1, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, L.A. Lakers, 666,626. 2, Akeem Olaiuwon. Houston, 434,294. 3, Arlis Gilmore, San Antonio, 306.699. 4, Wayne Cooper. Denver, 255,546. 5, Jack Sikma, Seattle, 240,138. 6. Mark Eaton, Utah, 226,240. 7, Joe Barry Carroll, Golden Stale, 177,434. 8, James Edwards, Phoenix, 151,614. 9, Sam Bowie, Portland, 122,631. 10, Alvan Adams, Phoenix, 103,676. Forwards 1, Ralph Sampson, Houston, 516,087. 2, James Worthy, L.A. Lakers, 461,528. 3. Alex English, Denver. 410,112.4, Mike Mitchell, San Antonio, 381,611. 5, Marques Johnson, L.A. Clippers, 363,201. 6, Calvin Nail, Denver, 332,993. 7, Adrian Dontley, Utah, 323,456. 8, Mark Aguirre, Dallas, 277,342. 9, Xavier McDaniel. Seattle, 272.679. 10, Rodney McCray, Houston. 259,020. Guards 1, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, L.A. Lakers, 1,060,692. 2, Alvin Robertson, San Antonio, 378,557. 3, Johnny Moore, San Antonio, 348,752. 4, Norm Nixon, L.A. Clippers, 303.904. 5. John Lucas, Houston, 299,875. 6, Chris Mullin, Golden State, 299,631. 7, Lafayette Lever. Denver, 286,300. B, Michael Cooper, L.A. Lakers, 276,069. 9, Clyde Drexler, Portland, 257,626. 10. Rolando Blackman, Dallas, 255,204. Friday's Results WKEA LEAGUE AT JETMORE FIRST PLACE WHEATLAND 48, DIGHTON 38 Wheatland 8 13 13 14 — 48 Dighton 8 6 13 12 — 38 Wheatland — Hartmon 6, Ziegler 8, CattS.Selenskyll.Heiliie. Dighton — O'Brien 8, Lawrence 6, Fulmer 2, Opal 8, Kuhlman 14. ORANGE AND BLACK CLASSIC AT COLBY SEMIFINALS CLAYTON, N.M. 51, COLBY 50 Clayton, N.M. 10 12 17 12 — 51 Colby 8 10 8 24 — 50 Clayton, N.M. — Jesko 14, Dabovich 6, Leak 6, Birdwell 14, Caldwell 11. Colby — Rohn 3, Roulier 12, Chambers 19, Schroeder 2, JEwett 2, Kannady 10. GOODLAND 49, ULYSSES 31 Ulysses 8 4 10 9 — 31 Goodlond 8 11 19 11—49 Ulysses — Plum 2, Moreland 6, LaFever 4, Frazier 10, Williams 2, Riley 4, Helmle 1. Goodland — Dawes 6, Lake 8, BErgen 10, Coash 3, Briane 12, Brown 6, Windell 2. CONSOLATION SEMIFINALS BURLINGTON, COLO. 62, OAKLEY 53 Oakley 21 12 10 10 — 53 Burlington, Colo. 14 19 16 13 — 62 Oakley — Calcote 20, Schroeder 4, GEistl2, Rohn 3, HuelenaU. Burlington, Colo. — Roberson 2, Adolph 10, Ridder 2, Schlosser 6, Billington 9,Foos20, Ellis 9. McCOOK, NEB. 56, STRATTON, COLO. 35 Stratton, Colo. 6 12 7 10 — 35 McCook.Neb. 17 10 14 15 — 56 Stratton, Colo. — Beesom 4, Simon 14, Strameul 5, P.MIItenberger 4, Schwindt l,Wighen5,M.MIItenberger2. McCook, Neb. — Corey 2, Heim 6, Phinney 15, Dodge 1, Clasin 2, NEIsan 10, Palic 2, Davidson 4, Drake 11. REGULAR SEASON HESSTON55.HALSTEAD36 Halstead 8 9 8 11—36 Hesslon 18 6 15 16 — 55 Halstead — Wright 6, Schrag 4, BAiley 2, Dovison 11, Post 3, Stein 2, Hall 8. Hesston — Estle 2, Waltner 5, Reimer 2, Arnold 32, Platt 10, Davis 2, Esaw2. AII-S.I.T. SALINA INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT All-Tournament Team Abilene — Kevin Stroud. Russell — Craig Norris. Sacred Heart — Pat Meares, Pat Prendergast. Salina Central — James Veal. Salina South — Bill Kennedy, Loren Zook. Wichita Kapaun-Mt. Carmel — John Boushka, David Hartwell, Todd Powers. Golf Friday's Results McPHERSON INVITATIONAL SEMIFINALS McPHERSON 71, EMPORIA 42 Emporia 12 10 6 14 — 42 McPherson 12 19 16 24 — 71 Emporia — Dailey 2, Morris 2, Daun- gardner 16, Hoffman 2, Wineinger 1, Law 6,Price2,Hannall. PGA scores PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — Third-round scores Saturday in the $500,000 Phoenix Open Golf Tournament on the 6,726- yard, par-71 Phoenix Country Club course (a-amoteur): HalSutton Howard Twitty Tony Sills Curtis Strange Greg Norman Calvin Peete Ronnie Black Bob Gilder DonPooley Joey Sindelar John Mahaffey Andy Bean Larry Mize Barry Joeckel Dan Forsman BillGlasson Bernhard Longer Bill Kratzert John Cook JeffGryglel Paul Azinger MikeMcCullough Johnny Miller PhilBlackmar MarkWiebe Dannie Hammond Lon Hinkle T.C. Chen Billy Pierot DougTewell Scott Hoch Scott Simpson Peter Jacobsen Sandy Lyle Jeff Sluman DaveLundstrom Tim Simpson Jack Renner Mike Reid MikeHulbert T.M. Chen BobTway DonPohl Clarence Rose Tom Sieckmann Joelnman BradFabel TomWeiskopI Corey Pavin Bruce Lletzke Willie Wood Jodie Mudd Wednesday Morning Coffee Perfection Homes 49 27 FourStars 47% 28 1 /, Perfection 634-1606, Jean Gardner 191-507. Gamblers Jokers 55 21 High Rollers 53V, 22V, High Rollers 641-1853, Renie Green 190-532. Sunflower BankofTescott 49 31 King Louie All Star 46 34 King Louie 720, Johnson Trucking 1996, Shirley Erickson 214, Dody Franklin 562. Siesta B.l.'s 55 21 NAPLC 41 35 Gutter Gals 605, B.l.'s 1748, Joyce Fent 217-553. New Thursday Nlte Ladles Mistletoe Express 46 30 Gray Fox Trucking 44 32 Salina Travel 767-2266, Valoree Wojcik 203, Connie Snow 546. MIXED North American Philips Mixed Cee-Knoxl2 0 Gutter Grabbers 8 0 The Wrong Team 671-1805, Jon Christopher 196-528, Cyndy O'Connor 209583. Saturday Nlte Mixed Gutter Busters 47 33 WOE 47 33 Strike S Spare 46 34 Paramount Bar 819-2209, Brian Hamel 254, Pat Reid 616. Pom Lindblom 246-550. Meeting Hockey NHL standings By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L Phildlpha 35 Washgton 29 NYlslndrs 21 Pittsburgh 22 NY Rangers 22 New Jersey 15 14 14 17 22 23 30 T 0 4 10 5 3 2 Pts 70 62 52 49 47 32 GF GA 215 193 194 189 165 178 147 159 176 182 164 225 Adams Division Montreal 27 Quebec 28 Hartford 26 Boston 23 Buffalo 22 17 18 20 18 21 5 2 1 7 5 59 58 53 53 49 219 199 199 190 181 170 162 174 173 169 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division Chicago St. Louis Minnesota Toronto Detroit Edmonton Calgary L.A. Vancouver Winnipeg 23 18 7 53 20 20 6 46 18 22 8 44 12 30 5 29 10 34 5 25 Smythe Division 34 11 4 72 22 21 4 48 15 26 6 36 15 27 6 36 15 31 5 35 215 174 192 180 163 259 200 171 173 181 210 182 188 230 266 199 185 230 201 237 All women bowlers oe urged to attend a forum presented by the WIBC Field • Representative Lori Micelll. The forum will be held tonight at 7:30 at the Handibank South and will include a ' question and answer session. The public • is welcomed. Wrestling Kids results SAUNA INVITATIONAL 6-Under 40 — 1. Bo Moynes; 43 — 4. San Francisco; 52 — 2. Jackie Kohler; 61 — 1. Ryan Rairden: 64 — 1. Eric Warkentine; 70 -1. J.R. Coder, 2. Brad Todd; HWT — 2. Damon Vosberg. 10-Under 55 — 1. Scott Squires: 60 — 2. Josh Shirock, 3. Matthew Koons; 65 — 1. Shannon Gettman, 3. Jason Warkentine; 70 — 1. Termour Terry, 3. Brett Loder; 75 — 3. Jason Ludes; 60 — 3. Charles Dodge, 4. Scott Harvey; 65 — 2. Jeff Bluenhill; 90 —3. Chad Dodge. 12-Und.r 65 — 3. Wade Bullard, 4. Bobby Carver; 70 — 2. Ryan Johnson; 80 — 1. Jenny Simmons; 85 — 1. Cory Dukelow; Hwt —I.Richard Watts. Jr. High results AtFortRlley Roosevelt-Llncoln-Sallno South Results 72 —Weeks, SS, 1st; Moss, RL, 3rd. 80 — Robertson, SS, 3rd. 84 — Powell, SS, 3rd; Tripp, SS, 4th. 88 — Rassette, SS. 4th. 92 — Solders, SS, 1 st. 96 — Zurbeck, RL, 3rd. 100 — Smith, RL, 3rd; Burroughs, SS, 4th. 115 — Jilka, SS, 2nd. 120 — Spillman, RL, 1st. 127 — Weiss, SS, 2nd. 133 — Weber, SS, 1st. 138 — Devolder, SS, 2nd. HWT —Han, SS, 2nd. Track Saturday's Games Boston 6, Detroit 3 Chicago 3, N.Y. Islanders 3, tie Hartford 7, Winnipeg 2 Quebec 4, Buffalo 3 Calgary 5, Pittsburgh 2 Montreal 3, Toronto 2, OT Edmonton 5, Los Angeles 2 Washington 6, Minnesota 3 Philadelphia 1, St. Louis 0 Sunday's Games No games scheduled Swimming Prep results WICHITA NORTHWEST INV. 200-medley relay — 1. Garden City, 1:49.23; 2. Salina Central, 1:50.60; 3. Wichita East, 1:50.91. 200-lreestyle — 1. Robertson, Garden City, 1:52.48; 2. Cruse, Wichita NW, 1:53.52; 3. Biberston, Hutchinson, 1:57.31; 5. Govreau, Salina Central, 1:59.84. 200-lndlvidual Medley — 1. Post, Garden City, 2:04.10; 2. Brown, Wichita East, 2:12.76; 3. Riemer, Wichita SE, 2:17.26. 50-freestyle — 1. Brown, Campus, 23.40 (judge's decision); 2. Robertson, Salina South, 23.40; 3. Schlyer, Wichita NW, 23.52. 100-burterfly — I. Storm, Garden City, 57.84; 2. Biberstein, Hutchinson, 58.67; 3. Draper, Wichita SE, 1:00,41. Diving — 2. Hoffman, Salina South; 4. Anthony, Salina Central; 6. Ring, Salina South (no scores listed). 100-lreestyle — 1. Post, Garden City, 50.27; 2. Harvey, Salina Central, 51.09: 3. Schlyer, Wichita NW, 51.66; 4. Robertson, Salina South, 52.81. 500-freestyle — 1. Govreau, Salina Central, 5:12.90; 2. Gunderson, Wichita SE, 5:20.28; 3. Dawson, El Dorado, 5:39.20; 5. Stacker, Salina South, 5:57.25. 100-backstroke — 1. Cruse, Wichita NW, 59.74; 2. Robertson, Garden City, 1:00.88; 3. Storm, Garden City, 1:01.69; 5. Edmonds, Salina Central, 1:04.80. 100-breaststroke — 1. Riemer, Wichita SE, 1:08.77: 2. Brown, Wichita East, 1:09.18; 3. McNeil, Great Bend, 1:09.24; 5. Wolf.Salino Central, 1:10.99. 400-lreestyle relay — 1. Wichita Northwest, 3:35.95; 2. Salina South, 3:41.23; 3. Wichita East, 3:42.71. Bowling College results FORT HAYS ST. INVITATIONAL 6 teams competed Bethany College Results Men Distance medley — 4. (Kaufman, D. Vorderbruegge, M. Fuchs, Beck), 11:31.55. High jump — 5. Dyck, 6-4. Long jump — 2. Dyck 21-8%. Shot put — 4. Bergstrom, 42-4; 6. Perkins, 40-6%. Twomile — 4. Beck, 10:26.3; 6. Fuchs, 10:28.5. 300y — 3. James, 33.39. Pole vault — 6. Wedel, 12-6. lOOOy — 6. J. Brunzell, 2:40.9. 440y — 1. Smallwood, 50.6; 2. Parker, 53.59. 35-pound weight throw — 1. Bergstrom, 43-4 1 /.; 3. Krob, 39-2%: 4. Perkins, 37-8'/4; 6. Newport, 32-11. Mile —5. Kaufman, 4:46.5. 60HH — 3. Swanson, 7.81. 600y — 1. Smallwood, 1:17.18. Triple jump — 3. Dyck, 45-8V<; 6. Reno, 40-8. 60y — 2. James, 6.51. 176y IH — 3. Swonson, 20.84; 6. Vorderbruegge, 21.31. Two-mile relay — 3. (Fuchs, Beck, J. Brunzell, Kaufman), 9:13.36. Mile relay — 1. (Parker, Swanson, Vorderbruegge, Samllwood), 3:34.03: 4. (Reno, White, D. Brunzell, Stevenson), 3:47.95). Bethany College Results Women lOOOy — 3. Byarlay, 3:01.97. 60 H — 3. Griego, 9.14. 600y — 1. Folker, 1:40.62. 880y — 4. Byarlay, 2:47.5.176y LH — 1. Griego, 23.76 (tied BC record). Marymount Results Men BBOy — 3. Klug, 2:31.4. Long jump — Rohde,20-7%. Marymount Results Women 600y — 2. Gloss, 1:41.11. Long jump — 3. Keor, 14-10. 440y — 3. Curry,' 1:07.06. 60y HH — 6. Kear, 9.56. Mile relay — 2. (Kear, Gloss, Curry, Riley), 4:44.76. MEN NEBRASKA 79, KANSAS STATE 42 K-State winners Mile — Rodgers, 4:16.20. 1000m — Rodgers, 2:28.94. High jump — Speer, 6- 11V.. Triple jump — Harrison, 51 -6V,. WOMEN NEBRASKA 69, KANSAS STATE 51 High jump — Graves, 5-1IV.. Mile — Vinnatta, 4:42.24. 500m — Maxey, 1:12.53. 880y — Struckhoff, 2:17.09. 300m — Brown, 36.21. Two-mile — Stodler, 10:18.92. Etc. Leonard Thmpsn George Archer a-Scott Ver plank Larry Nelson 64-64-68-196 67-63-70—200 68-68-65— 201 69-67-65—201 64-71 -66-201 64-69-68—201 66-66-69-201 66-69-65—202 74-61-67—202 69-64-69—202 67-65-70-202 66-69-68—203 64-71-68—203 65-70-68—203 70-68-66—204 73-66-65—204 69-66-67—204 68-69-67—204 69-70-65—204 66-70-66-204 67-70-67—204 66-70-66—204 70-66-68—204 67-66-71—204 68-64-72-204 70-68-67 — 205 68-67-70—205 66-66-73—205 72-66-68-206 72-66-68-206 69-69-68-206 69-68-69—206 70-66-70—206 66-69-71—206 65-68-73-206 72-67-67—206 68-69-70—207 65-70-72—207 73-68-66—207 71-67-70—208 69-69-70—206 67-71-70—208 68-69-71-208 71-70-67—208 66-68-74—208 66-72-71—209 71-67-71—209 68-71-70—209 70-69-70-209 72-67-70—209 71-69-69-209 71-69-69—209 70-70-69—209 66-70-73—209 70-71-68—209 71-70-68—209 City results MEN Kegler State Farm Insurance 38 25 Gordine Auto Service 38 25 Gordine Auto Service 1020-1936, Mike Snow 245-641. Booster Del's Alternator 36 24 King Louie All Star 35 25 King Louie 916-2611, Richard Facinelll 242-631. Commercial Moose No. 2 51 V, 32V, GleasonS Son Signs 51 33 Suburban T.V. 859-2538, Brent Rhoeenbaugh 233-573. King Pin Farrls Auction 50 26 SSWTool 42 34 Forris Auction 953-2718, Steve Harding 228-645. Thursday Night Men Salina Coffee House 45V, 30V, Shirts by Francis 43 33 Fun Bunch 905-2561, Dennis Forrester 234,TomMillikin610. Friday Night Men King Louie All Star 39 24 I Don't Know 38 25 Zrubek's Transmission 1024-2922, Dale Johnson 262-699. Spill Tony's No. 1 55 Tony's No. 3 51 Tony's No. 1 917-2559. John Magee 216-572. WOMEN Tuesday Morning Coffee 4 Stars 55 33 Gutter Girls 55 33 Johnson Trucking 699-1948, Betty Schafer 204-538. Spotters King Louie All Star 46V, 25V, WartaBuick 37% 34V, Electronics Unlimited 811, King Louie 2306, Evelyn Lambert 200, Rosemary Copeland540. Classic Ball Thumb Control 35 22 D.M.S. Enterprises 34 23 D.M.S. 952-2712, Millie Mick 222, Terri Stevenson 567. Fun run AT SALINA The first Salina Spring Classic fun runs will take place March 22. Both 10-mile and two-miles runs will begin at The Salina Journal building, 333 S. Fourth St. The 10-mile race will begin at 9 a.m. The two-mile will start 15 minutes later. Race packets may be picked up at B a.m. on race day. There will be six age divisions in the two-mile race and five In the 10-mile race. Awards will be given to the top three runners in each age division and to the overall winners. Entries are $8 each If postmarked by March 15, $10 after the 15th. All registered runners will be given nylon running shorts (specify size on entry). Make checks payable to: The Salina Journal Spring Classic. For more information, contact The Salina Journal at 823-6363. Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL Japanese Central League YOMIURI GIANTS—Agreed to terms with Dave Stewart, pitcher. FOOTBALL National Football League WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Signed Joe Theismonn, quarterback, to a two-year contract and Art Monk, wide receiver, to a three-year contract. Announced that they will exercise the option year of contracts for Jell Bosllc, center, Mel Kaufman, Stuart Anderson and Darnell Dailey, linebackers, Jeff Hayes, punter, Otis Wonsley and Reggie Branch, running backs, Anthony Jones, light end, ancT Greg Williams and Joe Phillips, safeties. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW YORK RANGERS-Recalled Pierre Larouche, center, from Hershey of the American Hockey League. Sent Stephen Patrick, right wing, to New Haven of the AHL. COLLEGE MINNESOTA-Announced the resignation of Jim Butcher, head basketball coach. I

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