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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Monday, January 27,1986 Page 10 Football NFL playoffs Notional Football League Playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CST FIRST ROUND Saturday, Dec. 21 New England 26. New York Jell U Sunday, Dec. 29 'New York Giants 17. San Francisco 3 SECOND ROUND Saturday, Jon. 4 Miami U, Cleveland 21 Los Angeles Rams 20, Dallas 0 Sunday,Jan. S Chicago 21. New York Giants 0 New England 27. Los Angeles Raiders 20 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Sunday,Jan.12 Chicago 24, Los Angeles Rams 0 • New England 31, Miami U SUPER BOWL XX Sunday,Jon. 26 At New Orleans Chicago 46. New England 10 Super Bowl results By The Associated Press 1967—Green Bay (NFL) 35. Kansas CitylAFLjlO 1968—Green Bay 'NFL) 33. Oakland !AFLj 14 1969—New fork 'AFLj 16. Baltimore 'NFL, 7 1970—Kansas City (AFL| 23. Min- nesota'NFL, 7 1971-Boltimore (AFC) 16. Dallas 'NFL) 13 1975—Dallas 'NFC, 24, Miami (AFC) 3 1973 -Miami 'AFC ; 14. Washington '•,'NFCj7 1974—Miami 'AFC; 24. Minnesota (NFCJ7 1975--Pittsburgb 'AFCj 16, Minnesota !NFC,6 " 1976-Pittsburgh 'AFC, 21. Dallas .'.NFC, 17 1977-Oakland 'AFC; 32 Minnesota (NFC/14 1978—Dallas 'NFC, 27. Denver !AFC) ...10 !979--Pitlsburgh 'AFCj 35 Dallas (MFC)31 1980-Pittsburgh (AFC) 31. Los Angeles (NFC) 19 1981-Oakland (AFCj 27, Philadelphia (NFC)10 1982 - San Francisco 'NFC, 26. Cincinnati (AFC)21 1983--Washington (NFC) 27, Miami 'AFCj 17 1984 Los Angeles !AFC) 38, Washington 'NFC,9 1985--San Francisco (NFCj 38, Miami '(AFC) 16 1986 Chicago 'NFC) 46, New England (AFCj10 Basketball NBA standings Downs 6-164-416, Reid 3-4 4-7 10, Lee 7142-216. Kousmon 0-0 0-2 0, Wilke 25 46 B, Countryman 0-10-00, Yowell 1-14-4 6. Penix 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-63 1 B-28 76. Holhime. OSU 37, Colorado 35. Fouled out—Manuel, Bannister. Reid. Rebounds— OSU 42 (Monuel 14). Colorado 3B (Bullard 11). Assists—OSU 22 (Andrews 6). Colorado 22 (Reid). A-5,535'. Juco scores Kansas Junior College Scores Saturday's Games MM CoHeyville BO. Johnson Co. 57 Independence 83. Neosno Co. 70 Allen Co. 92, Kansas City. Kon. 66 Cowley Co. B4. Fort Scott 74 Dodge City 75, Barton O . 74 Butler Co. 73. Seword Co. 67 OT Hutchinson 92, Garden City 75 Pratt 86, Kansas JV 76 Women CoHeyville 82. Johnson Co. 38 Independence 80. Neosho Co. 35 Kansas City, Kan. 49. Allen Co. 44 Cowley Co. 85. Fort Scott 59 Barton Co. 65. Dodge City 56 Butler Co. 93. Seword Co. 76 Hutchinion 65, Garden City 49 Juco men COLBY W. AIR FORCE PREP U Air Force JV (IS) Schone 2-2 0-1 4. Kindsvoter 2-41-15 Eckholm 3-4 0-1 6, Brasheor 1-3 2-2 4. Whisenant 8-13 4-5 20. Thoyer 2-4 0-0 4. Slediik 8-13 2-2 18. Wogner 3-7 3-3 9, Toflor 1-3 0-0 2. Sullivan 3-7 5-6 11 Russell 1-1 0-02. TOTALS 34-65 17-21 85. Colby (90) Jamison 6-13 0-2 12. Surmeier 1-4 0-0 2, Binion 8-11 8-8 24, Young 0-0 2-2 2, Hawkins 5-10 4-5 14. Gordon 3-5 2-4 B. Taylor 2-7 4-6 8. Doggs 1-25-67. King 3-7 7-3 13. TOTALS 29-59 32-41 90. HALFTIME - Colby 32. AFP X. TOTAL FOULS - AFP 26. Colby 21. FOULED OUT - Kindsvoter (AFP). Doggs (C). TECHNICAL FOULS — AFP bench. Doggs. REBOUNDS — AFP 33 (Whrsenont. Sullivan 7), Colby 30 (Hawkins 9). ASSISTS _ AFP 11 (Wnisenant 3). Colby 17 (Jamison 5). STEALS — AFP 12: Colby 18 (Jamison 6,. TURNOVERS - AFP 29. Colby 26. Today's schedule MONDAY, JANUARY 27 BASKETBALL Mar/mount men ot Metro State (Colo.). 8:30 p.m. Mid-Plains (Neb.) ot Colby Juco. women and men. 6-8 p.m. Tescott boys at St. John's Military School, 7p.m. Salina Central vs. Hutchinson In Newton Inv., 6:15 p.m. Salina South vs. Wichita Southeast in Newton Inv., 8 p.m. Sutton secures Phoenix title with bold shot on final hole Tabor 19 2 13 Ottawa 09 2 13 This week's Schedule Monday Bethel at SJ-Winlield. Tuesday Ottawa at Tabor, Bethany at Sterling. Wednesday Kansas Wesleyon at McPherson. Friends ot Southwestern. Bethel ot St. Mary of the Plains. Saturday Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan, Ottawa at Bethel, Southwestern at McPherson, Tabor at Bethany, Friends at St. Mary of the Plains. Juco standings KCAC players MEN Robert Riggs. o 6-4 junior forward for the Sterlinr Warriors, has been named the Konsrs Conference men's player of the we'.n. Riggs. o native of Sterling, scored 74 points and pulled in 27 rebounds as Sterling defeated Tabor end St. John's of Wmfield ond lost to Friends. Riggs shot 56.4 percent from the floor (31 of 55) ond 80 percent (12 of 15) from the line. WOMEN Bonnie.Welty. a 5-8 freshman forward for the Bethel Threshers, was named the KCAC's women's player of the week. Welty, a native of Hesston, scored 58 points ot Bethel defeated McPherson and Tabor ond test to Kansas Newman. JAYHAWK CONFERENCE MEN Western Dtviskw League Golf Barton County Hutchinson Butler County Dodge City Garden City Pratt Seward County Overall Eastern Division w 17 16 18 16 13 11 12 20 11 7 9 11 11 B 7 I 5 5 3 4 8 8 9 3 8 14 11 10 12 10 11 Big 8 standings WOMEN Leogue Oklahoma Kansas Iowa State Kansas State Missouri Nebraska Colorado W 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 Overal W IS 12 13 11 10 9 11 11 8 National Basketball Association By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York W L Pet. GB 33 8 .805 29 15 .659 5V, 26 19 .578 9 23 21 .523 ll'/i 15 29 .341 19V, Central Division Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana 30 15 .667 24 18 .571 4V, 21 23 .477 8V, 18 25 .419 11 16 28 .364 13V, 12 31 .279 17 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston Denver San Antonio Dallas Utah Sacramento 30 14 .682 25 19 .568 5 24 21 .533 6V, 20 21 .468 8V, 22 24 .478 9 16 28 .364 14 Pacific Division LA. Lakers Portland L. A. Clippers Seattle Phoenix Golden State 32 10 .762 28 19 .596 6V, 17 29 .370 17 16 28 .364 17 15 27 .357 17 14 34 .292 21 Oklahoma State 1 Thli week's schedule Wednesday Missouri at Iowa State, Kansas State at Oklahoma State. Colorado at Kansas, Nebraska at Oklahoma. Saturday Iowa State at Oklahoma State, Missouri at Kansas State, Nebraska at Colorado, Oklahoma at Kansas. MVC standings MEN League Overall Cotteyville S 1 Independence S 1 Cowley County 4 2 Johnson County 2 4 Allen County 4 2 Kansas City 2 4 Fort Scott 1 5 Neosho County 1 S This Week's Schedule Monday Pratt at Garden City. Penn Valley at Neosho County. Tuesday Lamar at Dodge City. Wednesday Butler County at Barton County. Allen County at Fort Scott. Independence at Johnson County, CoHeyville at Kansas City, Cowley County at Neosho County, Hutchinson at Seward County. Saturday Cowley County at Allen County, Hutchinson ot Barton County, Pratt at Dodge City, CoHeyville at Fort Scott, Seward County at Garden City, Neosho County at Johnson County, Independence at Kansas JV. WOMEN Western Division League Overall LPGA results BOCA RATON Flo. iAPj — final scores ond earnings Sunday in the S200 000 LPGA Mazda Classic ployed over the 6.368-yord por-72 Stonebriooe Country Club course: 74-69-68-69-280 70-69-72-70—281 71-70-71.71—253 70-70-71-72—283 72-7<W6-76—284 75-70-66-74—285 72-71-71-72—286 68-74-70-76—288 73-73-72-71—289 75-6B-73-73—289 74-67-71-77—289 76-69-72-73—290 V Skinner S30.000 5 Palmer $18,500 B Pearson SI 2.000 H Stocy $12.000 B Thomas $8.500 PSheehan $7.000 P Bradley $5.900 J Dickinson $5.200 ARitiman$4,234 PRizzo $4.233 P Meyers $4,233 PHommel $3,200 JStephenson $3,200 J Crofter $3.200 S little $3,200 AOkomotoS2.550 71-74-71-74—290 69-73-72-76—290 71-71-67-81—290 76-70-72-73—291 MB Zimmerman $2,550 73-73-72-73—291 DMassey $2.550 JAWoshom $2.550 JGeddes$2.153 CMorse $2,153 SFurlong $2,152 KWhitworth $2,152 B King $1.850 I Peterson $1,850 P Nilsson $1.850 AFinney$1.8SO MFs-Dotti $1,451 LA Cassoday $1,451 LGorboa $1,451 75-71-71-74—291 71-67-76-77—291 77-71-74-70—292 74.71.74.73—292 73-73-71-75—292 70-72-75-75—292 68-79-73-73-293 74-72-71-76—293 70-71-75-77—293 72-70-70-81—293 75-73-72-74—294 74-70-76-74—294 76-74-69-75—294 PHOENIX (AP) - Wind and circumstance prevented Hal Sutton from following his game plan for 17 holes. But on the 18th in the final round of the Phoenix Open the former PGA champion found himself in the position he wanted — a chance to play aggressively — Sutton and he converted the opportunity into a two-shot victory. "I wanted to play aggressively all day. That was my plan. But I kept getting myself in positions where I couldn't be aggressive," Sutton said after he'd struggled for a front- running round of par 71 Sunday. He was never headed and won it with a 267 total, 17 shots under par. But it was a struggle. "Everybody has trouble winning with a three- or four-stroke lead. Every time. It is not an easy thing to do. It's almost easier to win with a one-shot lead," said Sutton, who entered the final round four in front of the field but led by only one over most of the back nine. His margin was two going to the par-5 18th and, given a chance to be aggressive, he played a courageous 2-iron shot over the corner of a lake that effectively nullified Joey Sills' great bid for an eagle and nailed down the title. The victory was worth $90,000 from the total purse of $500,000 and pushed his earnings for three tournaments this season to $137,967. Sills, 30, not yet a winner in three full seasons as a touring pro, recorded his career-high finish with a 68 that tied him for second with Peete, the defending titleholder here and a runaway winner two weeks ago in the Tournament of Champions. They were at 269, 15 under par—one better than Peete's winning total last year — and two shots back. Each won $44,000. Peete also had a 3-under-par 68 despite an erratic putter. "I had a chance to put some heat on him but I just couldn't keep the putter hot. I missed short birdie putts on the 12th and 15th and that just about did it," Peete said. Dan Foreman, who scored an eagle-3 on the final hole, was next at 66-270 but never really got in the title chase. He was followed by Don Pooley and Australian Greg Norman, tied at 271. Norman had a closing 70, Pooley 69. No one else really was in it. Sutton, now the winner of three official events and a team title in the last six months, had a two-stroke lead over Sills going to the par-518th. But Sills put the pressure on him when he ran a long-iron shot over the sun-baked fairway, onto the green and to within six feet of the flag. He had that putt for eagle-3. Sutton, in the fairway, never hesitated. Playing it safe, laying it up, he said, never entered his mind. He, too, took an iron, a 2-iron from 246 yards, started it out over the corner of the lake. "I played it toward the left bunker and it went there like an arrow," Sutton said. It kicked off the grass of a mound facing the bunker, kicked onto the green and ran through to the fringe, some 15 feet away. That did it. But it wasn't easy. "It was a tough putt. I was frozen against the fringe and had to hit down on it. Sometimes a shot like that can explode and you run it 6-8 feet away," Sutton said. But he ran it up to within tap-in distance and made the birdie putt. That made moot the possibility of Sills' eagle. And Tony, who had failed on a four-footer on the 17th, also missed this one and had to settle for a birdie that lifted him into a tie for second. Colby slips past Air Force Prep COLBY — Sophomore 6-3 guard Devon Binion, with 24 points, paced four Trojans in double-figures as Colby Community College slipped past Air Force Prep, 90-85, in men's junior college basketball Sunday afternoon. Rodney Hawkins, 6-8 sophomore, added 14 points and nine rebounds for the Trojans, who improved to 12-8. Freshman Isiah King and sophomore James Jamison added 13 and 12. Air Force Prep, which dropped to 6-6, got 20 points from Dave Whisenant, 18 from Bob Sledzik and 11 from Jeff Sullivan—all freshmen. Colby will return to action at home tonight against Mid-Plains (Neb.) for the Trojans' third game in three days. Bradley Tulsa Drake Illinois State Creighton Indiana State West Texas St. Wichita State So.Illinois W 7 5 5 5 2 2 2 1 1 W 20 15 13 10 6 8 Butler County Barton County Dodge City Hutchinson Pratt Seward County Garden City W 4 4 3 3 1 0 0 This week's schedule Thursday Bradley at West Texas State, Creighton ot Indiana State, Southern Illinois at Wichita State, Tulsa at Illinois State. Saturday Bradley at Tulsa, Creighton at Southern Illinois, Illinois State at Drake, Indiana State at Cincinnati, Wichita State at West Texas State. CSIC standings MEN Leagu* Overall W 17 17 13 10 4 3 3 15 12 11 10 7 2 S 1 L 3 1 5 4 11 13 10 3 6 7 B 12 14 16 14 wrestling Kapaun wins tough Beloit Invitational Saturday's Games Milwaukee 104, New York 88 Washburn Washington 111, Atlanta 103 Emporio State Indiana 124. Golden State 101 Mo. Western Chicago 133, Phoenix 114 Fort Hays State Dallas 123. San Antonio 107 Mo. Southern Houston 117, Detroit 112 Pittsburg State Utah 130, L.A. Clippers 90 Kearney State Denver 127, L.A. lakers 115 Wayne_State Portland 129, Sacramento 125 Seattle 106. New Jersey 99 Sunday's Games Boston 105, Philadelphia 103 Sacramento at Portland, (n) Monday's Gomes Chicago at Dallas, 7p.m. Detroit at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland al Denver, 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Utah, 8:30 p.m. New Jersey at L.A Clippers, 9:30 p.m. Tuesday's Games Chicago at New York, 6:30 p.m. Indiana at Atlanta. 6:30 p.m. Cleveland at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Phoenix, 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. New Jersey at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. Denver at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Seattle, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscore CELTICS 105, SIXERS 103 Philadelphia (103) Mo.Western Jones 1 -4 5-5 7. Borkley 8-24 10-11 26, Mo.Southern Malone 3-16 5-10 11, Erving 6-13 1-1 13. KearneyState ..Cheeks 9-13 4-4 22. Threall 7.140-0 14, Fort Hays State C.Johnson 3-4 0-0 6, Catledge 0-2 0-0 0, Pittsburg State Moss 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 39-92 25-31 103. Emporia Stole Boston (105) Washburn Wedman 8-13 0-0 16, Bird 9-25 7-7 28. Wayne^tate Parish 3-87-10 13. D.Johnson 5007-7 17, Ainge 3-5 0-0 6, Walton 7-13 5-8 19, Sichting 1-3 0-0 2. Thirdkill 2-3 0-0 4, Vincent 0-0 0-00. Totals 38-80 26-32 105. Philadelphia 27 23 28 25-103 Boston 11 11 31 23—105 Three-pain! goals—Bird 3. Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Philadelphia 54 (Berkley 21). Boston 53 (Bird 14). Assists-Philadelphia IB (Cheeks 8), Boston 19 (Bird 6). Total fouls—Philadelphia ' 28. Boston 24. Technicals—Boston illegal defense. Boston assistant coach Rodgers. A-14.890. College scores By The Associated Press East Nazareth 65, Clarkson 54 St. Joseph's, Maine 96. Kings Point 92 South . . North Carolina 73. Notre Dame 61 Midwest Northwestern 2, Minnesota 0, forfeit W 18 16 16 14 13 10 8 6 This Week's Schedule Monday Drury at Washburn. Tuesday Benedictine at Emporia State, Bellvue at Kearney State, Missouri Western at Tarkio, Wayne State at Chadron State. Friday Emporia State at Missouri Western, Fort Hays State at Missouri Southern, Kearney State at Pittsburg State, Washburn at Wayne State. Saturday Emporia State at Wayne State, Fort Hays State at Pittsburg State, Kearney State at Missouri Southern, Washburn at Missouri West- Eastern Division Kansas City 5 1 Cowley County 5 1 Independence 4 2 CoHeyville 5 1 Fort Scott 2 4 Neosho County 1 5 Allen County 2 4 Johnson County 0 6 This Week's Schedule Monday Labette County at Allen County, Independence at Connors State, Pratt at Garden City, State Fair at Kansas City, Tuesday Lamar at Dodge City. Wednesday Butler County at Barton County, Allen County at Fort Scott, Independence at Johnson County, Coffeyville at Kansas City, Cowley County at Neosho County, Hutchinson at Seward County, Bethany JV at Pratt. Friday Johnson County at Crowder College, Central-McPherson at Kansas City. Saturday Cowley County at Allen County, Hutchinson at Barton County, Pratt at Dodge City, Coffeyville at Fort Scott, Seward County at Garden City, Neosho County at Johnson County. Prep boys WOMEN League W 5 4 4 4 3 1 0 Overall W 13 14 13 9 10 8 6 3 This week's Schedule Tuesday Benedictine at Emporia State, Missouri Southern at Tulsa, Missouri Western at UMKC, Wayne State at Chadron State. Friday Emporia State at Missouri Western, Fort Hays State at Missouri Southern, Kearney State at Pittsburg State, Washburn at Wayne State. Saturday Emporia State at Wayne State, Fort Hays State at Pittsburg State, Kearney State at Missouri Southern, Washburn at Missouri West- KCAC standings MEN League Overall Saturday's Late Results CROSSROADS CLASSIC AT1ELLEVILLE Championship SANDY CREEK, Neb. 45, BELLEVILLE 43 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, Herbeckl6. Belleville — Marquart 6, Fischer 2, McEwen 25, Deterding 8, Lambert 22. Third PIoce BELOIT 63, SUPERIOR, Neb. 55 Superior, Neb. 10 18 15 12-55 Belait 12 15 10 26 — 63 Superior, Neb. — Thayer 11, Johnson 6, B.Othwell 12, Ahrens 7, Stinsan 8, Bairsll. Beloit — Pierce 8, Kevin Marozas 16, T.Caldwell 10, J.Caldwell 2, Kurtis Marozas 3, Snedden 5, Weber 13, Llndblod 6. Fifth Place HEBRON, Neb. 55, MINNEAPOLIS SO 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. — Yeutler 12, Crowder 15,AscheB,Sink8, Fisher 12. ORANGE AND BLACK CLASSIC AT COLBY First place LIBERAL 64, COLBY SI Liberal 16 17 16 15-64 Colby 18 13 16 4-51 Liberal — Huskey 10, Sumner 7, G. Johnson 20, Taylor 4, R. Johnson 11, Wilburs 6, Lee 6. Colby — Mountford 12, Sweat 4, Squibb 10, Malcolm 10, Lowe 15. College men NORTH CAROLINA 74, NOTRE DAME 61 Notre Dame (61) Barlow 6-12 6-6 18. Royal 2-3 4-5 B, Kemplon 2-7 2-2 6, Rivers 7-17 3-4 17, Stevenson 3-4 0-0 6. Dolan 1-2 0-0 2. Hicks 1 5 5-2 4. Price 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 225317-1961. North Carolina (73) Wall 6-7 4-4 16, Martin 3-4 0-0 6, Dougherty 3-5 1-2 7. Hale 3-4 0-0 6, K.Smith 6-11 8-10 20. Popson 2-3 0-04. Madden 34 2-2 8, Ubo 2-3 0-0 4. Hunter I -2 0-0 2. R.Smith 0-1 0-0 0. Tolals 29-44 15-1873. Halftime- -N. Carolina 39, Notre Dame 37. Fouled out—Hale. Rebounds—Noire Dame 24 (Hicks 4), N. Carolina 23 • (Dougherty 5). Assists—Notre Dame 13 (Royal, Kempton 3), N. Carolina 22 (K.Smith 8). lotal louls—Notre Dome 18. ,,N. Carolina 18. A- 21,444. Saturday's Late Game OKLAHOMA STATE 13, COLORADO 7t Oklahoma Stole (U) - Taylor 1-3 0-0 2, Manuel 7-8 1-3 IS, Bannister 3-7 4-7 10, Gilliam 7-154-5 18, Faggins 5-11 2-3 12, Potion 2-6 7-8 II, Andrews 4-5 1 -2 9, Ivy 1 -2 2-2 4. Young 1 • 5 0-0 2. Totals 31-62 21-30 83. Colorado (76) Williams 6-110-0 12. Bullard4-100-38, W 8 8 7 7 6 5 3 2 2 1 W 10 10 11 L 10 10 7 4 4 4 Bethany Tabor Kan.Wesleyan Friends Southwestern Sterling McPherson Ottawa St. Mary-Plains Bethel This Week's Schedule Monday Bethel at SJ-Winlield. Tuesday Ottawa at Tabor, Bethany Sterling. Wednesday Kansas Wesleyan at McPherson, Friends at Southwestern, Bethel at St. Mary of the Plains. Saturday Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan, Ottawa at Bethel, Southwestern at McPherson, Tabor at Bethany, Friends at St. Mary of the Plains. Prep girls at W Friends 10 St. Mary-Plains 8 Kan.Wesleyan Sterling Bethel Bethany Southwestern McPherson WOMEN League L 0 Overall W 13 13 10 11 6 8 7 6 Saturday's Late Results ORANGE AND BLACK CLASSIC AT COLBY First place GOODLAND 47, CLAYTON, N.M. 42 Goodland 7 6 14 20-47 Clayton 10 11 6 15-42 Goodland — Dowes 12. Lake 2, Bergin 12, Coosh 2, Briney 13. Brown 6. Clayton, N.M. — Jelco 15, Cabovich 16, Mitchell 6, Leak 4. Coldwelll. Dlst. 10 players NAIA District 10 Players of the Week Men Tom Meier, 6-6 junior forward for the Washburn Ichabods, was named the District 10 men's player at the week. Meier, a Topeka native, averaged 20.3 points ond 10.7 rebounds as Washburn registered three impressive victories — two over nationally-ranked Emporia Stale and Fort Hays State. Women Cheryl Baker, 6-2 senior center for the Fort Hays State Tigerettes, was named women's player of the week. Baker, a native ol Grinnell, averaged 17.7 points and 8.3 rebounds as FHSU went 2-1 in a rugged road swing that included victories at Emporia State and Washburn and a 55-50 lost to Morymounl. Prep results BELOIT INVITATIONAL Team Scores — 1. Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 226V,; 2. Beloit 191; 3. Wellington 157; 4. Southeast of Saline 116; 5. Manhattan 93V,; 6. Plainvllle 92; 7. Marysvi!le73'/i: 8. Salina South 71%; 9. Concordia 69V,; 10. Holsington 61; 11. Goodland 58; 12. Ellsworth 511'/,; 13. Stockton 50; 14. Clay Center 35; 15. Minneapolis 30%; 16. Abilene 25'/,; 17. Belleville 16V,. Championship Matches 98 — Carey Jones, KMC, dec. Brian Bissell, Well, 5-3. 105 - Corey Jones, KMC, dec. Rod Driskell, Well, 11-2. 112 - Wes Harding, SE, dec. Kelly Brewster, KMC, 8-2. 1)9 _ Nell Keller, KMC, won by default against Corey Chrlstlieb, SE. 126 - Mark Schmidt, KMC, dec. Brett Pennington, SE, 16-2. 132 — Chris Brady, SE, dec. Lance Walker, Man, 3-2. 138 — Toby Johnson, Beloit, technically pinned Eric Householter, SS, 16-0. 145 — Matt Johnson, SE, dec. Donnle Moden, SS, 8-7. 155 — Melvin Rohr, Ells, dec. Rick Christener, Marys, 4-3. 167 — Mark Deets, Beloit, dec. Monty Ayalo, KMC, 6-0. 185 - Steve Fllppln, KMC, dec. Brock Everett, Man, 7-3. Hwt — Jay Heiman, Beloit, pinned Eric Vass, Minn, second period. Third Place Matches 98 - K.Kodel. Beloit, dec. Guast, Good, 10-4; 105 — Pierce, Beloit, dec. Aylward, Hois, 5-0; 112 — Narmandln, Plain, dec. Howell, Well, 10-4;'119 — L.Kadel, Beloit, won by forfeit against Cantield, Cone; 126 — Frank, Well, won by forfeit against Treaster, Beloit; 132 — Ralston, KMC, dec. Mead, SS, 6-3; 138 — O'Brien, KMC, dec. Riffe, Stock, 7-6; 145 — Wiesner, Hols, dec. George, Man, 31; 155 — Klima, Belle, dec. Smith, Hols, 6-3; 167 — Wessel, Plain, pinned Lane, Marys, second period; 185 — Gastley, Beloit, pinned Holthaus, Marys, third period. Hwt - Westmoreland, Well, dec. McDanlel, Cone, 10-0. Fifth Place Matches 98 — Latta, Plain, dec. Reese, Abll, 52.105 — Mull, Good, dec. Nelson, Cone, 10-2; 112 —Cecil, Man, dec. Lee, CC, 104; 119 — Reese, Well, dec. Crawford, Plain, 15-4; 126-Dlckerson, Good, dec. Dreher, Plain, 18-3; 132 — Clemence, Abil, dec. Goodland, Well, 11-8; 138 — McComb, Well, pinned Pacha, Marys, second period; 145 — Blevins, Well, dec. Reed, Stock, 9-4; 155 — Ray, CC, pinned Workman, Cone, third period; 167 — Jones, Well, dec. Price, Ells, 9-1; 185 — Bedare, Stock, dec. Comeau, Plain, 8-1; Hwt — Fisher, Man, pinned Helm, SS, second period. HAYS INVITATIONAL Team Scores — 1. Great Bend 151V,; 2. Hays 136%; 3. Salina Central 121'/,; 4. Russell 76V,; 5. Thomas More Prep 76; 6. Campus 75V,; 7. Dodge City 50; 8. Oakley 36%. Championship Matches 98 — Dant Allison, GB, dec. Wes Smith, DC, 13-1. 105 — James Fredrick, GB, pinned KIrkHoeHner.SC. 112 — Dean Hennlng, GB, dec. Kevin Zavala, Camp, 10-7. 119 — Curt Schoenberger, H, dec. Billy Ball, Camp, 3-1. 126 — Craig Curtis, GB, pinned Paul Malleck.TMP. 132 — Tray Holbein, H, dec. Don Zerr. Oak, 10-5. 138 — Kelly Flax, TMP, dec. Jason Thurston, H, 5-4. 145 — Eric Zeeman, SC, dec. Shannon Sawner, H, 4-0. 155 — Del Ray, Camp, dec. Ted Ban. nisler, H, 5-0. 167 — Danny Copeland, SC, technically pinned Danny Peters, TMP. 185 — Darrel Loder, SC, dec. Kevin Lix, DC, 10-2. Hwt — Gavin Ludlow, Russ, pinned Jeff long. Salina Central Results 98 — open. 105 — Hoeffner (second) got a bye; pinned Schoenfeld, Oak; was pinned by Fredrick, GB. 112 — Tony Richardson was pinned by Zavala, Camp; lost to Ewers, Russ, 6-4. 119 —open. 126 — John Montoy lost to Reece, Camp, 11-1; lost to Bannister, H. 4-1. 132 —open. 138 — Shawn Stires (fourth) lost to Thurston, H, 9-8; dec. Orand, DC, 6-2; lost to Young, Russ, in overtime (referee's decision). 145 — Zeeman (first) pinned Milford, DC; pinned Schremmer, Russ; dec. Sawner, H. 4-0. 155 — Shawn Copeland (fourth) pinned Allison, DC; lost to Ray, Camp, 53; dec. Lyczak, Russ, 11-8; lost to Flax, TMP, 9-6. 167 — D. Copeland (first) pinned Slephenson, DC; dec. Gardner, GB, 9-3: (•Khnically pinned Peters, TMP. 185 — loder (first) pinned Jacobs, Camp: pinned Dietz, Oak; dec. lix, DC, 10-2. Hwt — Lang (second) pinned Gross, H; pinned Domenico, Camp; was pinned by Ludlow, Russ. .f BELOIT — Five individual champions paced Wichita's Kapaun- Mt. Carmel to first place in the prestigious Beloit Invitational wrestling tournament, which ended late Saturday night. The Crusaders outdistanced run- nerup Beloit, 226% to 191 as the Trojans claimed three individual champions. Southeast of Saline also claimed three individual champions and place fourth with 116 points. Wellington was third with 157. Four Salina South wrestlers earned medals as the Cougars placed eighth in the 17-team field. Two Cougars reached the finals. Bonnie Moden lost the 145-pound championship match in the final four seconds, when Southeast's Matt Johnson scored a takedown to win 8-7. And Eric Householter was technically pinned (16-0) in the 138-pound title match against Beloit's Toby Johnson. Cougars Kelly Mead and Jim Helm placed fourth and sixth at 132 pounds and heavyweight. Southeast junior West Harding, who hasn't lost a match in his three years of prep wrestling, claimed the 112-pound title while teammates Chris Brady and Matt Johnson garnered the 132- and 145-pound crowns. Two Southeast wrestlers, Corey Cnristlieb and Brett Pennington, finished runnerup. Cnristlieb, suffering from a recurring shoulder injury, forfeited his championship match to Kapaun's Neil Keller at 119 pounds — a flight which included three state champions from a year ago (Cnristlieb, Keller and Concordia's David Canfield, who also forfeited his final match because of a nagging injury). Joining Toby Johnson in the winner's circle for Beloit were Mark Deets at 167 pounds and heavyweight Jay Heiman. Ellsworth's Melvin Rohr claimed the 155-pound title. Deets and Harding tied for Most Outstanding Wrestler honors in a vote of the 17 head coaches. See today's Scoreboard section for complete results. Three Mustangs capture gold medals HAYS — Darrel Loder, Eric Zeeman and Danny Copeland earned individual titles while teammates Kirk Hoeffner and Jeff Long finished runnerup for Salina Central, which place third in the eight-team Hays Invitational wrestling tournament. Great Bend won the tourney with 151% points, Hays was second with 136% and Central scored 121%. Two Hays wrestlers — Curt Choenberger at 119 pounds and Troy Holbein at 132 pounds — won gold medals while Indian teammates Jason Thurston, Shannon Sawner and Ted Bannister finished runnerup at 138,145 and 155, respectively. Loder extended his unblemished record to 18-0 at 185 pounds by pinning Wade Jacobs of Campus and Shawn Dietz of Oakley, then outscoring Kevin Lix of Dodge City in the finals, 10-2. Zeeman, who also pinned his first two opponents, is 17-1 at 145 pounds. After pinning Chris Mil!ord of Dodge City and Chuck Schremmer of Russell, Zeeman won his championship match, 44, against Hays' Sawner. Copeland, who became eligible last Monday, is 5-0 in two outings. Copeland's 167-pound championship in- cluded a first-round pin of Dodge City's Shane Stephenson, a 9-3 semifinal victory over Great Bend's Allan Gardner, and a technical pin of Thomas More Prep's Tim Flax in the finals. Hoeffner, a freshman, pinned his first opponent by was pinned in the finals at 105 pounds while Long, a senior, pinned his first two opponents before being pinned by Russell's Gavin Ludlow in the finals. Central's Shawn Stires and Shawn Copeland each placed fourth. See today's Scoreboard section for complete results. College basketball standings By The Associated Press Atlantic Coast Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pet. N Carolina 5 0 1.000 20 0 1.000 Go Tech 5 1 .833 16 2 .889 Duke 5 2 .714 17 2 .895 NCarSt 5 2 .714 13 5 .722 Virginia 3 3 .500 13 5 .722 Clemson 2 3 .400 14 5 .737 Maryland 0 6 .000' 10 8 .556 Wk Forest 0 8 .000 6 13 .316 Atlantic 10 Conference Conference All Games W L Pel. W I Pel. WestVa 9 0 1.000 14 5 .737 St Joseph's 7 1 .875 13 3 .813 Temple 5 2 .714 13 3 .813 StBonvnt 6 3 .667 11 7 .611 Duquesne 4 4 .500 9 7 .563 Mass 3 5 .375 5 11 .313 Rutgers 26 .250 7 10 .412 PennSt 2 7 .222 8 10 .444 Rhdlsl 2 7 .222 6 12 .333 GWash 1 6 .143 6 10 .375 Big East Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pel. SI John's 6 1 .857 19 2 .905 Syracuse 6 1 .857 15 2 .882 Grgetawn 6 2 .750 15 3 .833 Villanava 5 2 .714 13 8 .619 Pittsburgh 4 4 .500 13 6 .684 Connctct 2 5 .286 10 6 .625 Boston C 2 5 .286 11 7 .611 Provldnce 1 6 .143 9 9 .500 SetonHall 0 6 .000 9 10 .474 Big Sky Conference Conference All Games W 1 Pel. W L Pel. N Arizona 4 1 .800 14 4 .778 Montana 4 2 .667 14 6 .700 Idaho SI 4 2 .667 11 8 .579 Weber SI 3 3 .500 13 5 .722 Montana St 3 3 .500 7 10 .412 Boise St 2 3 .400 7 10 .412 Nev-Reno 1 4 .200 B 10 .444 Idaho 1 4 .200 7 11 .389 Big Ten Conference Conference All Games W 1 Pet. W L Pel. Michigan 5 2 .714 17 2 .895 Indiana 5 2 .714 13 4 .765 Purdue 5 3 .625 16 5 .762 Iowa 4 3 .571 14 6 .700 Ohio SI. 4 3 .571 10 7 .588 Illinois 4 4 .500 13 6 .684 Mich SI 3 4 .429 12 5 .706 Minnesota 3 4 .429 13 7 .650 Wisconsin 2 5 .286 10 7 .588 Nrlhwitn 1 6 .143 7 10 .412 Gulf Star Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W I Pel. x-SmHstn 3 0 1.000 19 1 .950 x-SFAstn 2 0 1.000 16 2 .889 NichollsSt 1 1 .500 67 .462 SE Louis 1 1 .500 7 11 .389 NW Louis 0 2 .000 3 14 .176 SWTexSt 0 3 .000 3 12 .200 x-Divislon 1 eligibility 1985-86 Ivy League Conference All Games W l Prt Ml 1 Pr4 L ret. n L ret, Ponn i n 1 rmn n ^ Ais enn 4 u i.uuu o 3 .00 Princeton 2 0 1.000 7 6 .538 Brown 3 1 .750 9 6 .600 Yale 2 2 .500 78 .467 Cornell 2 2 .500 7 9 .438 Dartmouth 1 2 .333 4 9 .308 Columbia 1 3 .250 79 .438 Harvard 0 3 .000 4 10 .286 Metro College Athletic Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W 1 Pet. MemphsSt 4 0 1.000 19 0 1.000 VaTech 3 1 .750 16 3 .842 Cincinnati 3 3 .500 8 10 .444 Louisville 2 2 .500 11 6 .647 So Miss 2 4 .333 10 8 .556 So Car 1 3 .250 98 .529 Florida St 1 3 .250 7 10 .412 Mid-American Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pel. Miami, O 7 1 .875 14 4 .778 BallSt 5 3 .625 12 5 .706 W Michigan 5 3 .625 10 7 .588 OhioU 4 4 .500 11 6 .647 BowlGrn 4 4 .500 511 .313 Toledo 4 4 .500 7 10 .412 No Illinois 3 5 .375 B 8 .500 KentSt 3 5 .375 79 .438 E Michigan 3 5 .375 6 10 .375 Cent Mich 2 6 .250 6 11 .353 Mid-Continent Conference Conference All Games W L Pel. W 1 Pet. ClevlndSt 5 1 .833 15 3 .833 Ill-Chicago 3 1 .750 8 8 .500 E Illinois 4 2 .667 12 6 .667 W Illinois 3 2 .600 89 .471 SWMoSt 2 2 .500 13 4 .765 Nlowo 1 4 .200 5 10 .333 Valparaiso 1 4 .200 5 12 .294 Wis-GrnBy 1 4 .200 2 13 .133 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Conference All Games W L Pel. W L Pet. Xovier.O 4 1 .800 14 3 ..824 SI Louis 4 1 .800 10 8 .556 Detroit 3 1 .750 9 9 .500 loyola.lll 2 2 .500 5 12 .294 OralRbrts 1 2 .333 6 12 .333 Evansvllle 1 4 .200 6 11 .353 Butler 0 4 .200 5 11 .313 Pacific Coast Athletic Association Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pel. UNLV 8 0 1.000 19 2 .905 NewMexSt 6 1 .857 12 4 .750 Col-Irvine 5 3 .675 10 7 .588 SnJosSt 5 4 .556 12 6 .667 Fresno St 4 4 .500 11 8 .579 FllrtonSt 3 5 .375 10 10 .500 Cal-SntaBrb 3 5 .375 89 .471 Pacific 3 6 .333 10 10 .500 UtahSt 2 5 .286 6 10 .375 LngBchSt 1 7 .125 5 14 .263 PacHk-10 Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pet. Washington 6 1 • .857 12 7 .632 Arizona 5 1 .833 14 5 .737 California 5 2 .714 13 4 .765 Oregon St 4 3 .571 8 7 .533 UCLA 3 4 .429 8 7 .533 Arizona St 3 4 .429 98 .529 SoCal 3 4 .429 98 .529 Stanford 3 4 .429 9 10 .474 WashSt 2 5 .286 9 11 .450 Oregon 1 7 .125 6 12 .333 Southeastern Conference Conference All Gomes W 1 Pet. W L Pet. Kentucky 7 1 .875 16 2 .889 Alabama 6 2 .750 13 4 .765 Auburn 5 2 .714 11 6 .647 LSU 4 3 .571 16 3 .842 Georgia 4 4 .500 11 6 .647 Florida 4 4 .500 9 7 .563 Tennessee 3 5 .375 10 7 .588 Vanderbllt 3 5 .375 98 .529 Mississippi 2 6 .250 10 7 .588 MlssSt 1 7 .125 4 13 .235 Southland Conference Conference All Gomes W I fa. W I Pet. Lamar 3 1 .750 13 5 .722 McNeeseSt 3 1 .750 13 6 .684 NE Louis 3 1 .750 11 6 .647 ArkSt 2 2 .500 11 6 .647 La Tech 2 2 .500 10 7 .588 Tex-Arl 1 4 .200 10 It .476 NoTexSt 1 4 .200 5 12 .294 Southwest Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pet. Texas ASM 6 1 .857 12 7 .635 TCU 5 2 .714 13 5 .722 Texas 5 2 .714 10 8 .556 SoMelh 4 3 .571 12 6 .667 Houston 4 3 .571 10 7 .588 Texas Tech 4 3 .571 9 9 .500 Arkansas 1 6 .143 9 8 .529 Baylor 1 6 .143 9 9 .500 Rice 1 6 .143 8 10 .444 Sun Bell Conference Conference All Gomes W 1 Pet. W I Pet. Ala-Birm 6 2 .750 IB 5 .783 Old Dam 6 1 .657 11 4 .733 WKent 4 1 .800 15 3 .833 VCU 3 4 .429 611 .353 SoFlor 2 3 .400 9 7 .563 So Ala 1 4 .333 13 9 .591 Jcksnvll 2 4 .333 11 8 .579 NCChrllt 0 6 .000 5 11 .313 West Coast Athletic Conference Conference All Gomes W L Pet. W L Pel. Pepperdlno 4 0 1.000 16 3 .842 Loyola, Cal 4 0 1.000 12 6 .667 SanDleg 3 1 .750 13 5 .722 St. Mary's 2 2 .500 9 8 .529 Gonzaga 1 3 .250 8 9 .471 San Fran 1 3 .250 6 12 .333 SnlaClar 1 3 .250 6 12 .333 Portland 0 4 .000 9 9 .500 Western Athletic Conference Conference All Gomes W 1 Pet. W L Pel. Wyoming 4 1 .800 10 7 .588 Tex-EIPs 6 2 .750' 17 3 .850 BrigYong 6 2 .750 11 9 .550 NewMex 5 3 .675 13 7 .650 SnDlegSI 4 3 .571 5 12 294 Utah 4 4 .500 11 8 579 Colo SI 3 5 .375 7 12 .368 AirForce 1 7 .125 7 12 368 Hawaii 1 7 .125 4 15 .211 Independents W L Pd. Notre Dame 12 2 .857 Marquette 12 5 706 Chicago St. u 6 .700 DePaul n 5 .688 E.Washington 13 7 650 Miami, Fla. 11 6 1«7 Pan American 10 6 .625 New Orleans 9 7 543 Dayton 10 8 !s56 SW Louisiana 10 8 556 Florida ASM 9 B !s29 Tennessee St. 7 \Q 4^2 U.S. Internalnl 7 \Q 4)2 Utica 7 12 .368 Brooklyn 5 14 .263 Texas-Son Antnio 4 14 222 Cent. Florida 3 14 'l76

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