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school basketball The Salina Journal Sunday, January 26,1986 Page 24 Girls Tournaments OBERLIN INVITATIONAL Championship Grinned 57, Brewster 43 Grlnnell 16 21 13 7 — 57 Brewster 3 11 16 13 — 43 Grinnell — Ruescholf 2, S.Struckhoff 11, Baalman 10, Baker 2, Karla Slruckhoff 8, K.Schwarz 5, Karen Struckhofl 12, J.Schwarx 2, Zimmerman 5. Brewster — Kramer 13, Eicher 17, Gilley 2, R.Randolph 6, W.Randolph 1, Simla 2, Klein- sorge2. Third Place Cheylln 51, Hoxle 40 Cheylin 10 14 9 18 — 51 Hoxie 10 10 7 13 — 40 Cheylin — Doorhies 10, Wright 6, Nelson 4, Seymour 13, Antholz 11, Elijah 4, Officer 3. Hoxie — Cooper 2, Gilbert 10, Reedy 2, Schlageck 12, Niblock 8, Kouk 6. Fifth Place Atwood 51, Sharon Springs 39 Atwood 6 12 15 18 — 51 Sharon Springs 5 9 12 13 — 39 Atwood — Carlson 1, Snodgrass 2, Steier 12, Mickey 7, Vap 16, Bondurant 6, Roberts 5, Maytield2. Sharon Springs — Daily 2, Haislip 4, Van- Loeys 7, Unruh 12, Fischer 5, Martin 3. Fuentez 2,Cloyd4. Seven Place Oberlin 50, St. Francis 35 St. Francis 4 18 7 6 — 35 Oberlin 20 8 10 12 — 50 St. Francis — Bracelin 2, W.Hilt 12, McColl 10, Ochsner 2, Goodale 9. Oberlin — Russell 8, Juenemann 16, Richards 4. O'Toole 2, Votapka 14. Unger4, Powers 2. Boys Tournaments McPHERSON INVITATIONAL Championship McPherson 57, Buhler 51 Buhler 8 16 16 11—51 McPherson 13 13 16 15 — 57 Buhler — Bargen 14, Schwerdtseger 2, Howell 2, Martens 16, Frye 11, Lone 2, Tucker 2, Locke 2. McPherson — Oakes 4, Manor 4, Aplin 6, Henson 16,Goering ll.PyleS, Berlin 8. Third Place Emporla 49, Great Bend 46 Great Bend 12 8 12 14 — 46 Emporia 8 12 14 15 — 49 Great Bend — Kaufman 2, K.Hipp 18, Dene- kac 8, Wagner 12, K.Kaufman 4, Wondra 2. Emporia — Daily 4, Baungardner 28, Wineinger 4, Law2, Hanna 11. Fifth Place TMP-Marian 66, Goddard 36 Goddard 6 11 5 14 — 36 TMP-Marian 21 10 17 18—66 Goddord — Roberts 9, Center 2, Tutnam 2, Peteracek 8, Mares 3, Gonsolves 12. TMP-Marian — Boeve 12. Schulte 8, Dinkel 8, SchippersU, Brown 14, Gross 2, Blackburn 8. Seventh Place Garden City 76, Newton 51 Newton 11 15 11 14 — 51 Garden City 9 29 11 27 — 76 Newton — Pauls 2, Vega 16, Soils 2, Webb 13, Gones4, Johnson?, Qamar 2, Penner 5. Garden City — Brones 2. Burrows 8, Hammerschmidt 2, D.Fox 2, Tolbert 8, Eads 27, M.Fox 19, Channell 4, Lewis 1, Grehouse 3. CANTON-GALVA INVITATIONAL Championship Goessel 56, Central Christian 52 Cen.Christian B 13 6 25 — 52 Goessel 18 10 14 14 — 56 Central Christian — Kauffman 12, Moore 4, Heinen 20, Barnes 10, Chastain 6. Goessel — Logback 6, Voth 4, Schmidt 8, Lynell Hiebert 13, Lonnie Hiebert 25. Third Place Centre 67, Sedgwick 56 Sedgwick 11 17 6 18 — 56 Centre 18 10 17 22 — 67 Sedgwick — Waren 2, D.Kingsley 21, Davis 5, J.Kingsley 4, Ayala 2, Libby 8, Willis 6, Thompson 8. Centre — Tojchman 12, McDonald 7, Wyatt 32, Boulware 6, Ecklaund 2, Kristek 2, Frantz 6. Fifth Place Peabody 69, Conway Springs 55 Conway Springs 14 8 15 18 — 55 Peabody 22 16 15 16 — 69 Conway Springs — Chltwood 3, Shirley 8, Griffin 14, Devlin 6, Alloway 6, Martin IB. Peabody — Jones 7, Carson 6, McQuen 18, Pickensl4,Tlmmermeyer2, Hurst 22. CROSSROADS CLASSIC At Belleville Championship Sandy Creek, Neb. 65 Belleville 63 Sandy Creek, Neb. 20 14 15 16 — 65 Belleville 20 16 12 14 — 63 Sandy Creek, Neb. — Braodrick 2, Engel 11, Frager 10, Hinrichs 21, Johnson 5, Herbeck 16. Belleville — Marquart 6, Fischer 2, McEwen 25, Deterdlng8, Lambert 22. Third Place Belolt 63, Superior, Neb. 55 Superior, Neb. 10 18 15 12 — 55 Beloit 12 15 10 26 — 63 Superior, Neb. — Thayer 11, Johnson 6, B.Othwell 12, Ahrens 7, Stinson 8, Bairs 11. Beloit — Pierce 8, Kevin Marozas 16, T.Coldwell 10, J.Caldwell 2, Kurtis Marozas 3, Snedden 5, Weber 13, Lindblod6. Fifth Place Hebron, Neb. 55, Minneapolis 50 Minneapolis 13 17 11 9 — 50 Hebron,Neb. 13 17 11 14—55 Minneapolis — Harris 17, Moreland 2, J.Allison 17, D.Allison 4, Clark 4, Shipley 6. Hebron, Neb. — Yeutter 12, Crowder 15, AscheB.SinkS,Fisherl2. OBERLIN INVITATIONAL Championship Oberlin 63, Cheylin 50 Cheylin 8 4 20 18 — 50 Oberlin 11 14 13 25 — 63 Cheylin — Mcintosh 11, Magnani 8, M.Waters 8, Penner 2, Bressler 9, J.Waters 12. Oberlin — Stanley 4, Adams 21. Savage 20, Jueneman 2, Simpson 7, Elwood 7, Bartels 2. Third Place Sharon Springs 55, Grinnell 40 Grinnell 8 14 6 12 — 40 Sharon Springs 14 12 15 14 — 55 Grinnell — Rueschoff 4, Felthoelter 4, Boeger 6, Heier 8, Ostmeyer 8, Tholen 10. Sharon Springs — Bussen 14, J.Boone 10, Vincent 2, Jones 1 B, M.Boone 9, Morin 2. Fifth Place Hoxie 50, Atwood 27 Atwood 6 8 6 6 — 27 Hoxie 16 14 8 12 — 50 Atwood — Domsch 1, Moore 8, Payton 2, Raabe2, Niermeier 2, Rather 8, Wederski 4. Hoxie — Riemer 12, K.Taylor 4, Barnes 7, Geerdes 6, D.Taylor 2, Krannawitter 14, Foster 5. Abilene, Concordia nab S.I.T. wins By GLENN KEARNS Sports Writer Most comments heard about afternoon games at basketball tournaments — the sunshine bracket — are "they're just games between losers." But that's not true. There are winners in this bracket, as well as losers. They can also be exciting, such as the seventh-place game at the Salina Invitational Tournament in the Bicentennial Center Saturday afternoon where Concordia squeaked by Clay Center, 5249. The fifth-place game, between Abilene and Russell, also had a lot of intensity with Abilene winning, 61-47. Abilene, now 7-5 for the season, finished the tournament with a 2-1 record and only one other team in the tourney (the champion) will finish with a better record. While Russell drops to 1-10 for the season, the Broncos outplayed the Cowboys in the second half of Saturday's game after letting Abilene get too far ahead in the first half. "I thought our kids played hard and defensively played good the whole game," said Russell coach Dave Jensen. "But we started slow and couldn't shoot after starting in a zone that sort of hurt us." Abilene opened the game doing almost everything right to take a 11-0 lead before Clay Center could score a basket with 3:34 to play in the first quarter. The Cowboys moved in front 17-5 at the end of the first quarter and had a FIFTH PIACS ABILENE 61, RUSSELL 47 AblUn.(61) Wllley 6-9 4-7 16, Kljowskl 0-1 0-1 0, Krenger 1-3 0-0 2, Stlrti 5-9 1-1 11, Stroud 5-11 0-1 10, Dlckson 1-5 0-0 2, Chlndamo 0-2 2-2 2, Whitehair 1 -4 0-0 2, Glsh 1-10-22, Holmes 4-5 0-0 8, Sea rs 3-4 0-0 6. TOTALS 27-54 7-14 61. Rut ••!! (47) Forrester 0-10-10, Muss 1 -7 2-4 4, Beagley 4113-611, Schmidt 3-9 2-5 8, Norrls 8-21 8-11 24, Hower 0-2 0-0 0, Dinkel 0-0 0-0 0, Wetlg 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 16-51 15-2747. Abllen. 17 19 10 15 — 61 Ruti.ll 5 12 11 19 — 47 TOTAL FOULS — Abilene 22, Russell 16. FOULED OUT — Krenger (A), Forrester (R). REBOUNDS — Abilene38 (Holmes7), Russell 37 (Beagley 13). TURNOVERS — Abilene 22, Russell 20. SEVENTH PLACE CONCORDIA 52, CLAY CENTER 49 Concordia (52) Koester 0-5 0-4 0, Hoist 0-5 0-0 0, Cailteux 9164-6 22, Samuelson 2-3 0-04, Christensen 6-18 7-12 19, Douglass 2-5 1-2 5, Dick 0-0 0-0 0, Coppoc 1 -2 0-0-2, Bentz 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 20-54 12-2452. Clay Center (49) Wiemers 2-15 3-5 7, McNeil 4-9 2-4 10, Wickstrum 1 -3 0-2 2, Claeys 1-24-66 Herrs 7-16 6-8 20. Lovin 1-3 0-1 2, Williams 1-3 0-0 2. TOTALS 17-51 15-2649. Concordia 14 19 11 8 — 52 Clay Center 5 18 10 16 — 49 TOTAL FOULS — Concordia 22, Clay Center 19. FOULED OUT — None. REBOUNDS — Concordia 39 (Christensen 11), Clay Center 43 (Herrs 12). TURNOVERS — Concordia 15, Clay Center 20. 36-17 margin at halftime as coach Scott Stein substituted liberally with 11 players seeing action the first half. "We played well the first half," Stein said. "I was pleased with the intensity in the first half but the second half was not a thing of beauty." The Broncos, led by Craig Norris, still trailed 46-28 at the end of three quarters. Russell got rolling in the fourth quarter with Norris hitting the first six points of the period to narrow the gap to 12 points. Four more times the Broncos had the lead down to 12 points but Abilene guard Mark Willey came to the rescue. "We did a few things in the last couple of minutes for a few quick points," Stein said. Seven of those points were scored by Willey, who stole the thunder from the Cowboy big men with a team-high 16 points. Kevin Stroud, a 6-5 center aver• aging 20 points a game, was held to 10 for the game while Roger Stirtz also was in double figures with 11. Stein also had a lot of kind words for one of the Russell players, Norris. "He's a good shooter, moves real well and does a lot of things," Stein said. Norris added 24 points to his tournament-high 46 points in the first two games for a three-game total of 70 and third place on the all-time tournament scoring list behind the 73 for Todd Jadlow in 1983 and the 71 for Barton Hundley in 1981. . The seventh-place game was the third time this year that Clay Center and Concordia have collided and the Panthers has won all three times. Saturday's game didn't start off as much of a contest. Concordia took a 14-5 lead at the end of the first quarter when Jay Cailteux hit a long shot. The Panthers, now 7-5, led 33-23 at halftime and 44-33 at the end of the third quarter and were still leading, 50-39, with about five minutes to play when Clay Center's Jon Heirs' put the Tigers back in the game. "Clay Center did a good job of never saying never," said Concordia coach George Meyer said. "What kept them in it, and coming back, was their second and third shots." Herrs' rebounding led to six straight points to make the score 5045. David Wiemers scored at the 2:36 mark but missed the free throw that would have been a three-point play and, after Concordia's Roger Koester missed a free throw, Troy McNeil hit a bucket to make the score 5049. David Christensen's free throw gave Concordia a 5149 lead with 59 • seconds to play and Clay Center couldn't score again despite having ; three more possessions. Cailteux' free throw at the five second mark was the last point of the contest as Cailteux ended up the . game's top scorer with 22 points and David Christensen added 19. Clay Center's Jim Koontz wasn't all that unhappy despite seeing the Clay Center record drop to 5-8 this season and 3-18 in seven years of the SIT tournaments. "I think we played a lot harder today," Koontz said. "We hit a dry spell and came back against a quality team. I have to give the kids credit for coming back like we did." Herrs scored 20 points for the Tigers for a three-game total of 56 to move into ninth place on the all-time tournament scoring list. Girls swing into tourney action Seventh Place Brewster 53, St. Francis 45 St. Francis 4 10 10 21—45 Brewster 12 8 17 16 — 53 St. Francis — Lewis 6, Porter 4, Bandel 9, Shay 2, Gutsch I, Slang 3, Rath 11, Bracelin 9. Brewster — McKee 4, Curry 3, Beecher 9, Whittaker 11, Garcia 16, Richards 10. ADOLPH RUPP CLASSIC At Halstead Fifth Place Garden Plain 48, Halstead 41 Garden Plain 10 8 10 20 — 48 Holstead 9 15 7 10 — 41 Garden Plain — Jaax 8, Trimmerch 5, Webster 5. Hoheisel 14, Klein 2, Walden 9, Puetz 4, Peterson 2. Halstead — Stucky 12, Williams 4, Epp 8, Holle 9, McGinn 4. Nevills 4. TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS At Dodge City Seventh Place Hays67,Sabetha65 Sabetha 14 24 15 12—65 Hays 21 15 8 23 — 67 Sabetha — Walton 21, Krebs 5, Arnold 8 Priest 4, Huber 15, Reyner 12. Hays — Wood 6, Unrein 15, Wilson 10 Lacy 34, Dickering2. Other tournament scores — Derby 48, Dodge City 46 (fifth place), Wichita Heights 72, Wichita East 53 (third place), Hutchinson 65, Kansas City Schlagle 45 (first place). Cloud Co. sweeps Colby CONCORDIA — Cloud County captured both ends of a men's and women's junior college basketball doubleheader over Colby Community College here Saturday night. Cloud County had little trouble in either game, winning the men's contest 98-58 and the women's game 8144. In the men's game, Lefon Bowens had 16 points to pace the Thunderbirds, who improved to 14-3 on the season. Scott Scheierman scored 14 points while Joe Jones and Jimmy Miller each had 13. Colby, 10-9, got 11 points from Rodney Hopkins and 10 apiece from James Jamison, Devon Binion and Ebert Gordon. Five players scored in double figures as the Cloud County women won their llth straight game, improving to 15-3 on the season. Angle Kossow paced the Cloud County attack with 19 points. Tonya Wondra totaled 14 points, Stacie Sproul 13 and Pam Sipple and Diane Arnold 10 each. Colby, which fell to points from Tina Trigg. 10-7, got 11 MEN COLBY (58) Jamison 34-4 10. SurmeierOO-1 0, Binion 502 10, Young 0 2-2 2, Hopkins 35-1211, Gordon 3 4-10 10, Taylor 4 1 -2 9, Daggs 00-10, King 1 4-7 6. TOTALS 19 20-39 58. CLOUD COUNTY (98) Dobbels 05-5 5, Jones 6 1-4 13, Bowens 6 4-5 16, Erkenbrack20-l 4, Mackey 3 3-3 9, Miller 5 3-4 13, Scheierman 5 4-4 14 5 4-4 14, Spencer 4 2-2 10, Foster 1 0-0 2, Moore 2 0-0 4, Volenec 2 2-2 6. Davenport 10-12. TOTALS 37 24-30 98. HALFTIME — Cloud County 48, Colby 30. TOTAL FOULS — Colby 25, Cloud County 30. FOULED OUT — King (Colby); Jones, Davenport (Cloud County). TECHNICAL FOULS — Daggs (Colby); Volenec (Cloud County). Mid-season basketball tournaments continue this week and it's the girls' turn to take over center stage. Several ranked teams in the central and north-central Kansas area will be in action this week. At Minneapolis, two of the top girls' teams in Kansas — Concordia and Canton-Galva — are the top seeds in the Minneapolis Invitational. Defending 4A state champ Concordia — seeded first with a 9-0 record and 34- game winning streak — meets winless Chapman Tuesday at 8 p.m. Canton-Galva — ranked first in Class 2A and two-time defending champion in 2A — opens against Belleville Tuesday night at 6:30. The other first-round games match Russell and Beloit and Minneapolis and Clay Center. The Southeast of Saline Invitational also will feature several quality teams. Wabaunsee, 9-1, is seeded No. 1 and plays winless Centre at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. In the same bracket, red-hot Southeast of Saline, 7-3, plays Moundridge at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Ellsworth, 8-2, is the No. 2 seed and plays Abilene at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Smoky Valley, 7-3, plays Herington in the other first-round game at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Salina Central and Salina South will compete in the Newton Invitational beginning Monday night. Central — seeded fifth — meets Hutchinson at 6:15 p.m., while South plays top-seeded Wichita Southeast at 8 p.m. Sacred Heart meets third-seeded Claflin Tuesday night at 8 p.m. in the first round of the Claflin Invitational. The Blue Valley and Western Kansas leagues will conduct their league tournaments this week for boys and girls. Prep tournaments GIRLS BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE At Blue Rapid* Top bracket — Linn, bye. Clifton-Clyde vs. Hanover, 6:30 p.m. Monday. Semifinals — TBA Wednesday. Bottom bracket — Washington vs. Valley Heights, 8 p.m. Monday. Riley County, bye. Semifinals — TBA. Finals on Saturday. CLAFLIN INVITATIONAL Top bracket — Lamed vs. St. John, 6:30 p.m Monday. Ellinwood vs. TMP-Marian, 8 p.m Monday. Semifinals — 5p.m. Tuesday (losers) 6:30 p.m. Thursday (winners). Bottom bracket — Claflin vs. Sacred Heart, 8 p.m. Tuesday. Bazine vs. Hoisington, 6:30 p.m Semifinals — 5 p.m. Thursday (losers), 8 p.m Thursday (winners). Finals on Friday — 5 p.m. (fifth place), 6:30 p.m. (third place), 8p.m. (first place). GLACIERS' EDGE At Emporia Top bracket — Leavenworth vs Coouncil Grove, 3:30 p.m. Thursday. Derby vs. Wichita Heights, 5:15 p.m. Thursday. Semifinals — 3:30 p.m. Friday (losers), 7 p.m. Friday (winners). Bottom bracket — Chase County vs. Lawrence, 7 p.m. Thursday. Emporia vs. Wichita East, 8:45 p.m. Thursday. Semifinals — 5:15 p.m. Friday, 8:45 p.m. Friday. Finals on Saturday — 3:15 p.m. (fifth place), 5 p.m. (third place), 6:45 p.m. (first place). MINNEAPOLIS INVITATIONAL Top bracket — Concordia vs. Chapman, 8 p.m. Tuesday. Russell vs. Beloit, 6:30 p.m. Monday. Semifinals — 8 p.m. Thursday (losers), 8 p.m. Friday (winners). Bottom bracket — Minneapolis vs. Clay Center, 8 p.m. Monday. Canton-Galva vs. Belleville, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Semifinals — 6:30 p.m. Thursday (losers), 6:30 p.m. Friday (winners). Finals on Saturday — 2:45 p.m. (seventh place), 4:30 p.m. (fifth place), 6:15 p.m. (third place),'8 p.m. (first place). NEWTON INVITATIONAL Top bracket — Wichita Southeast vs. Salina South, 8 p.m. Monday. Hutchinson vs. Salina Central, 6:15 p.m. Monday. Semifinals — 3 p.m. Wednesday (losers), 6:15 p.m. Wednesday (winners). Bottom bracket — Newton vs. Dodge City, 8 p.m. Tuesday. McPherson vs. Hesston, 6:15 p.m. Tuesday. Semifinals — 4:45 p.m. Wednesday (losers), 8 p.m. Wednesday (winners). Finals on Saturday — 3 p.m. (seventh place), 4:45 p.m. (fifth place), 6:15 p.m. (third place), 8 p.m. (first place). SE-SALINE INVITATIONAL Top bracket — Wabaunsee vs. Centre, 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. SE-Saline vs. Moundridge, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Semifinals — 3:30 p.m. Thursday, 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Bottom bracket — Smoky Valley vs. Herington, 5 p.m. Wednesday. Ellsworth vs. Abilene, 8 p.m. Wednesday. Semifinals — 5 p.m. Thursday (losers), 8 p.m. Thursday (winners). Finals on Friday — 3 p.m. (seventh place), 5 p.m. (fifth place), 6:30 p.m. (third place), 8 p.m. (first place). TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS At Pratt Top bracket — Buhler vs. Pratt, 8:15 p.m. Wednesday. Hays vs. Kingman, 2 p.m. Wednesday. Semifinals — 2 p.m. Thursday (losers), 6:30 p.m. Thursday (winners). Bottom bracket — Chaparral vs. Wichita Kapaun, 3:45 p.m. Wednesday. Medicine Lodge vs. Ashland, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Semifinals — 3:45 p.m. Thursday (losers), 8:15 p.m. Thursday (winners). ' Finals on Saturday — 2 p.m. (seventh place), 3:45 p.m. (fifth place), 6:30 p.m. (third place), 8:15 p.m. (first place). WESTERN KANSAS LEAGUE • AtWInona Top bracket — Golden Plains, bye. Healy vs. Triplains, 8 p.m. Tuesday. Semifinal — 6:30 p.m. Friday. Bottom bracket — Utica vs. Herndon, 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. Wekan, bye. Semifinal — 3:30 p.m. Friday. Finals on Saturday — 3:30 p.m. (third place), 6:30p.m. (first place). BOYS BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE At Blue Rapldi Top bracket — Hanover, bye. Clifton-Clyde vs. Linn, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Semifinals — TBA Wednesday. Bottom bracket — Washington vs. Riley County, 8 p.m. Tuesday. Valley Heights, bye. Semifinals — TBA Wednesday. WESTERN KANSAS LEAGUE At Wlnona Top bracket — Golden Plains, bye. Utico vs. Triplains, 5 p.m. Tuesday. Semifinal — 8 p.m. Friday. Bottom bracket — Weskan vs. Herndon, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Healy, bye. Semifinal — 5 p.m. Friday. Finals on Saturday — 5 p.m. (third place), 8 p.m. (first place). SAUNA AUTO SALVAGE If we don't have it...we can get it. Telephone Service to 65 cities 1 Vt Miles North on Highway 81 827-5686 WOMEN COLBY (44) Flox 23-87. Trigg 5 1-4 11, Donnelly 1 1-23, Koster 2 1-6 5, Poland 1 3-4 5, Green 0 3-4 3, Siruto 1 2-10 4, Conn 0 0-0 0, Calnes 1 4-6 6. TOTALS 13 18-44 44. CLOUD COUNTY (81) Kossow 75-819, Hoffman 0 0-0 0, Sipple 2 6-9 10, Kline 1 3-4 5, Sproul 5 3-3 13, Wondra 5 4-6 14, Anderson 1 0-02, Vieta 00-00, Bottom 4 0-0 8, Haresnape 0 0-0 0, Arnold 5 0-0 10, Grauerholz 00-00. TOTALS 30 212-30 81. HALFTIME — Cloud County 51, Colby 21. TOTAL FOULS — Colby 25, Cloud County 29. FOULED OUT — Caines, Conn (Colby). Salina swimmers capture medals WICHITA — Four individuals and one relay team from Salina won medals Saturday in the 13-team Wichita Northwest Invitational swimming and diving meet. Jim Govreau of Central was the lone winner from Salina as the Mustang sophomore captured the 500- yard freestyle with a time of 5:12.90. Placing second in separate events were Rick Harvey of Central and Will Robertson and Tony Hoffman of South. Harvey was the runnerup in the 100-freestyle with a clocking of 51.09; Robertson took second in the 50- freestyle in 23.49 after a judge's decision went against him and Hoffman was second in diving. 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