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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Tuesday, January 28,1986 Page 12 Basketball NBA standings All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana W 8 15 19 Jl . 29 I Pet. .805 .659 .57B .523 .341 Central Division 31 15 .674 24 18 .571 23 26 29 31 22 18 16 12 .489 .409 .356 .279 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 30 14 .682 — Denver 26 19 .578 4V> San Antonio 24 22 .522 7 Dallas 21 21 .500 8 Utah 22 25 .468 9 1 /, Sacramento 17 28 .378 13'/i Pacific Division LA. lakers 32 10 .762 Portland 28 20 .583 7 LA. Clippers 17 29 .370 17 Seattle 16 28 .364 17 Phoenix 15 27 .357 17 Golden State 14 34 .292 21 Sunday's Games Boston 105, Philadelphia 103 Sacramento 121, Portland 116 Monday's Camts Dallas 124, Chicago 116 Detroit 118, San Antonio 117 Denver 124, Cleveland 103 Milwaukee 127, Utah 103 New Jersey at L.A. Clippers, (n) Tuesday's Games Chicago at New York, 6:30 p.m. i Indiana at Atlanta. 6:30 p.m. Cleveland at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Phoenix, 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee at I.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. New Jersey at Golden Stale. 9:30 p.m. Denver at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Seattle, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores MAVS 124, BULLS lit Chicago (lit) Woolridge 7-17 0-0 14, Green 6-14 4-4 16, Oldham 4-5 0-0 8. Gervin 15-29 15-16 45, Mocy 5-9 0-010, Corzine 5-113-313. Oakley 0-0 0-0 0, Banks 4-9 0-08, Paxson 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 47-96 22-23 116. Dallas (124) Aguirre5-ll 10-1620, Perkins 9-190-0 18, Donaldson 4-4 1-2 9, Harper 6-6 0-0 12, Biackman 9-15 15-17 33, Vincent 6-16 0-1 12, Davis 5-6 4-4 15, Ellis 2-4 1-2 5, Keeling 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 46-81 31 -42124. Chicago 26 35 29 26-116 Dallas 32 31 31 30—124 83 Three-point goals—Davis. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Chicago 55 ' (Conine 9), Dallas 41 (Perkins 8). As' sists—Chicago 28 (Macy 7), Dallas 27 (Aquirre 8). Total fouls—Chicago 31, Dallas 17. Technicals— Chicago 2 illegal defense, Dallas 2 illegal defense, Harper. A-l 6.498. Old Dominion 62. Richmond 59 Radlord66, Appalachian St. 56 Southern U. 97. Prairie View ASM 65 St. Thomas, Fla. 94, Palm Beoch Atlantic 61 Tenn.-Chattanooga 72, VMI70 Tennessee Tech 67, YoungstownSt. 55 Transylvania 74, Franklin 51 Troy St. 83, Livingston St. 65 GB USC-Spartanburg 103, Coker 83 — Va. Commonwealth 61, Marquette 56 5Vi W.Georgia 102, N. Alabama 79 9 WilliomS Mary 76, American 63 H'/' William Carey 75, Dillard 73 "Vi Wingate 61, lenoir-Ryhne 60 MIDWEST — Baldwin-Wallace 78. John Carroll 53 5 Butler 70, Oral Roberts 48 8'/> Cleveland St. 75, Kent St. 55 12 Fisk69,Rose-Hulmon61 14 '/i Graceland 116. Mid-Am Nazarene 106 17V, Loyola, III. 69, St. Louis 60 N. Iowa 69. Wis.-Green Bay 61 N. Michigan 60. Wis.-Parkside 57 Tri-Stote 86, Ind-Pur-FI. Wayne 81 Valparaiso 66, SW Missouri 62 Vincennes 102. Iowa-Burlington 73 W. Illinois68, III.-Chicago 63 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 81, Baylor 76, OT Arkansas Tech 71, Henderson St. 61 Cent. Arkansas 77, S. Arkansas 56 CoM. of Ozorks 64, Harding 62, OT Detroit 83. Evansville 73 Hendrix 55. Arkansas Coll. 54 New Orleans 87, Texas-San Antonio 69 Oklahoma Christian 66, John Brown52 Ouachita 60, Ark.-Monticello 51 Panhandle St. 71, Regis Coll. 59 SEOklahoma67, Sciences Arts, Okla. 64 SW Louisiana 83, N. Texas St. 69 FAR WEST E. New Mexico 93. E. Texas St. 60 Metro St. 67. Marymount 58 WOMEN EAST American 77, William S Mary 56 Colgate 54, Cortland St. 52 Fordham 68. Hartford 59 Towson St. 64, Loyola, Md. 60 SOUTH Alcorn St. 90. Texas Southern 70 Duke77, Princeton 35 Furman 87, Davidson 57 Georgia St. 103, Mercer 78 Grumbling 80, Alabama St. 71 Middle Tennessee 76, Akron 58 Moreheod St. 74, Murray St. 61 N.C.-Wilmington 62, George Mason 60 North Carolina 88, Georgia Tech 65 Radford 68, Va. Commonwealth 65 South Carolina 83, Louisville 77 S. Carolina St. 73, Bethune-Cookman Today's schedule TUESDAY,. IANUARY 28 BASKETBALL Kansas at Iowa State, 7:30 p.m. Abilene at Salina Central, 7:45 p.m. Minneapolis at Sacred Heart, 7:45 p.m. Salina South at Great Bend, 7:45 p.m. Sacred Heart girls vs. Ellinwood at Clallin Inv., 8 p.m. Duke coasts by Harvard 66 Stetson 75, Georgia Southern 65 Tennessee Tech 79, Youngstown St. 63 W. Carolina 60. East Tennessee St. 59 W.Kentucky 108, Alo.-Huntsville 55 Winston-Salem 92, N., Carolina AST MIDWEST Loyola, III. 64, Detroit 52 SOUTHWEST McNeese St. 87, Arkansas SI. 70 Oral Roberts 92. Hardin-Simmons45 College men PISTONS 111,SPURS 117 Detroit (III) Tripucka 12-209-1033, Benson 5-103-3 13. Laimbeer 3-7 0-0 6, Dumars 2-5 2-2 6, Thomas 14-20 1-2 30, Cureton 1-2 4-4 6, V.Johnson 8-15 5-6 21, Campbell 0-4 0-0 0. Mahorn 0-0 1-21, Nevitt 0-0 0-0 0, Long 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 46-85 25-29 118. San Antonio (117) S.Johnson 9-12 10-12 28. Mitchell 13-26 10-1336, Gilmore 5-7 3-5 13, Matthews 37 0-0 6, Robertson 7-13 5-6 20, Sundvold 1-5 0-0 2, Greenwood 1-7 4-4 6, Kignins 2-3 0-0 4, Hughes 1-2 0-0 2.Totals 42-82 32-40117. Detroit 34 27 25 32-118 San Antonio 26 35 31 25-117 Three-point goals—Thomas, Robertson. Fouled out—Laimbeer, Mahorn, S.Johnson. Rebounds—Detroit 47 (Benson 10), San Antonio 44 (Mitchell 9). Assists— Detroit 26 (V.Johnson 6), San Antonio 26 (Matthews 9). Total fouls—Detroit 32, San Antonio 26. Technicals—San Antonio coach Fitzsimmons, Mahorn. A—6,092. NUGGETS 124, CAVS 103 Cleveland (103) Lee 1-9 0-0 2, Hinson 9-12 0-0 18, Turpin 7-134-518, Bogley 3-7 1-27, Free 7-15 5-7 19, Poquette 4-101-2 9, Jones 361-28, Brewer 3-9 0-0 6, Minnief ield 6-10 4-5 16, Davis 0-1 0-00. Totals 43-92 16-23 103. Denver (124) English 8-17 6-6 22. Nat) 3-8 0-0 6, Cooper 7-10 0-0 14, Lever 10-20 3-3 23, Dunn 6-8 0-0 12. Hanzlik 6-14 B-13 20, Turner 4-9 3-4 11, Schayes 0-1 2-2 2, Williams 2-2 0-0 4, Evans 0-1 0-0 0, Rosmussen 1-1 0-0 2, White 3-5 2-2 B.Totals 50-96 24-30124. Cleveland 21 25 23 27-103 Denver 39 23 33 29-124 Three-point goals—Jones. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Cleveland 54 (Hinson, Turpin 9). Denver 54 (Cooper 9). Assists—Cleveland 18 (Bagley 6) Denver 31 (Lever 11). Total fouls—Cleveland 25, Denver 20. Techni- cals—Cleveland Coach Karl. Cleveland illegal defense, Denver 2 illegal defense. A-8,536. College scores EAST Adelphi 75, East Stroudsburg 65 Albany Pharmacy 82, Mass. Pharmacy 53 American Intl. 70; Assumption 63 Bryant 79, Bentley 78 Bucknell 82, Gettysburg 49 Buffalo 68, Daemen 61 California, Pa. 97, Davis S Elkins 84 Cheyney 67, Indiana, Pa. 64 Chicago St. 74, Brooklyn Coll. 72 C.W. Post 118, Jersey City St. 78 DrexelBO, King's, Pa. 65 Elizabethtown 68. Messiah 50 Fordham 63, Army 56 Fredonia St. 78, Penn St.-Behrend 60 Gannon 74, Lock Haven 64 Geneva 97, Slippery Rock 70 Georgetown 69, Providence 54 : Gordon 83, New england Coll. 82 Hunter 70, Baruch 68 Kutltown 65, Md.-Baltimore Cty. 52 Massachusetts 82, Holy Cross 76 - Millersville7B. Randolph-Macon 65 "' Moravian 53, Ursinus 51 Mount St. Mary's, N.Y. 80, Phila. Textile 70 Princeton 75, Franklin S Marshall 50 SE Massachusetts 107, Anna Maria 77 1 SpringGarden77, Delaware Vol. 68 St. Michael's 75, Keene St. 60 Slonehill7B, St.Anselm69 Stoney Brook 67, Vassar 60 Temple 74, George Washington 51 Utica 69, Delaware St. 65 „ VillanovooS, Penn 64 "... W.Maryland 86. Lebanon Valley 71 W. New England 56, E. Naiarine 54 SOUTH Ala.-Birmingham 71, South Florida 56 Albany,Ga.59,ValdoslaSt.55 Atlantic Christian 75, Pfeiffer69 Baptist 76, Cent. Florida 67 Berry 88, Shorter 63 Belhune-Cookman 66, South Carolina ' SI. 59 Carson-Newman 91. Tusculum 88 Catowbo 71, Pembroke St. 69 Catholic 80. Roanoke 76 Chris. Newport 84, Averett 74 Coll. of Charleston 69, Limestone 62 Cumberland 61. Union, Ky. 59 Davidson 67, Furman 58 Duke 89. Harvard 52 E. Tennessee St. 74. Citadel 70 East Carolina 51, James Madison 48 Elon 76, Lynchburg 68 - 1 Emory S Henry 85, Emory U. 64 " Florida75, Miami, Fla. 53 Florida ASM 87, Columbus. Go. 84 George Mason 88, N.C.-Wilmington 77 Georgia SW 72. Tenn. Temple 68 Jacksonville 64, South Alabama '' James Madison 82, East Carolina 55 . Kentucky Wesleyan 91, Kentucky St. 78 LaGrange71,Oglelhorpe70 Lander 70, Presbyterian 67 Longwood 67, Winlhrop 58 Middle Tennessee 86, Akron 78 • Milligan82,Bryan79 Montevallo 82, Talledega 61 Monlevallo 82, Talladega 61 : MurraySt.65,MopreheadSt.60 N. Carolina AST 59, Winslon-Salem St. 55 N.C.-Asheville 115, Benedict 63 N.C.-Greensboro 77, Ml. Olive 71 GEORGETOWN t9, PROVIDENCE 54 Georgetown (t9) Williams 6-12 1-1 13, Wingate 7-7 6-8 20, Dolton 3-3 3-6 9, M. Jackson 5-7 2-2 12. Broadnax 1-5 4-4 6, McDonald 0-1 0-0 0, Smith 1-1 1-2 3, J. Jackson 0-1 0-00, Edwards 0-0 0-0 0, Highsmith 0-0 0-0 0, Moteen 2-42-26. Totals 25-4 19-25 69. Providence (54) Lewis 3-8 2-2 8, Roth 1-3 1-2 3, S. Wright 3-6 2-2 8, Brown 2-8 0-0 4, Donovan 6-16 0-0 12, Kipler 2-2 0-0 4, Storks 3-8 3-4 9, Polazzi 0-3 0-0 0, D. Wright 1-3 0-0 2, Duda 2-6 0-0 4. Totals 23-638-1054. Halftime: Georgetown 35, Providence 25. Fouled out—Duda. Rebounds—Georgetown 38 (Dalton, 9), Providence 20 (Roth 4). Assists—Georgetown 11 (M. Jackson 4), Providence 13 (Roth, Donovan 4). Total fouls—Georgetown 13, Providence 20. A—10.561. WHEATELAND 65, GRINNEll 43 Wheatland 22 16 13 14 — 65 Grinnell 17 12 6 8 — 43 Wheatland — Ziegler 19, Kail 16, Heili 16, Hartman lOSelensky 4. Grinnell — J. Zimmerman 14, K. Struckhoff 14. S. Struckhoff 7. C. Struckhoff 4, J. Baalman 2. Schwarz 2. TOURNAMENTS BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE AT WASHINGTON FIRST ROUND HANOVER 44, CLIFTON-CLYDE 37 Hanover 11 10 12 11—44 Clifton-Clyde 10 6 10 11-37 Hanover — Covtal 4, Cruce 14. Meier 14, Bruno 2, B. Schmidt 2. D. Schmidt 8. Clifton-Clyde — Olson 4, Gallager 14, Bloomfield 3, Charbonneau 4, Lange 12. WASHINGTON 59, VALLEY HEIGHTS 44 ValleyHetghls 10 8 10 16 — 44 Washington 10 17 14 18-59 Valley Heights — Weis 6, Tilley 3, White 7. Miller 4, Merrill 2, OToole 19, Hording 3. Washington — Eggers 3. McAtee 10, Lillie 4. K. Kern 8, Martin 10, Melissa Keesecker 12, L. Keesecker 5, Ricard 2, Melanine Keesecker 2. Welch 3. MINNEAPOLIS INVITATIONAL FIRST ROUND RUSSELL 47. BELOIT4J Beloit 7 14 9 15 — 45 Russell 10 11 11 15 — 47 Beloit — Klenda 7, Foote 6, Collins 3, Bice2. Dietz9,Fulhagel8. Russell — Slagler 8. Wagner 14, McCrary 8, Gray 17. MINNEAPOLIS 50, CLAY CENTER35 ClayCenter 2 9 10 14-35 Minneapolis 12 20 11 7-50 Clay Center — Rosenow 12, Pride 2, Tannehill 6, Wilcoxsin 2. Martin 2, Sullivan 11. Minneapolis — Weis 4, Bremerman 4, Lutz 1, Heikes 6, Davidson 2, Keating 14, Campbell 1, Allison 14, Cleveland 4. CLAFLIN INVITATIONAL FIRST ROUND LARNED52.ST.JOHN45 St.John 8 14 11 12 — 45 Lamed 12 11 15 14 — 52 St. John — Boland 3, Koelsch 2, Goodman 5, McMillan 10, Willinger 17, Spangenberg 6, Turner 2. Lamed — Smith 2. Bryant 6. Loomis 24, Tabler 5, Lightfoot 11, Kelly 2, Renshaw 2. TMP-MARI AN 70, ELLINWOOD 60 TMP-Marion 14 19 26 11—70 Ellinwood 12 12 17 19 — 60 TMP-Marian — Mermis 1, Denning 4, Rice 10, Dillinger 14, Flax 20, Brull 13, Brungardt 8. Benedictine Mid-America Kansas Newman Baker SJ-Winfield Thii Week's Schedule Monday Bethel at SJ-Winfield, William Jewell at Baker, Mid-America at Graceland. Tuesday Benedictine at Emporia State. W«dn«iday Marymount at Kansas Newman. Thursday Graceland at Baker, Hastings at Marymount, Sterling at SJ- Winfield, Mid-America at William Jewell. Friday Bartlesville Wesleyan at Kansas Newman. Saturday Baker at Missouri Valley, Benedictine at St. Louis, Marymount at SJ-Winfield, Tarkio at Mid- America. By The Associated Press David Henderson scored 14 points and reserve Billy King was five-for- f ive from the field for 12 points to give No. 2 Duke an 89-52 victory over Harvard in college basketball Monday night. The Blue Devils, started gishly, College basketball Hockey NHL standings All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W I Phildlphia 35 14 Washingtn 29 14 NYIslandrs21 17 Pittsbrgh 22 22 NY Rangers 22 23 NJersey 15 " Montreal Quebec Boston Hartford Buffalo Chicago St.Louis Minnsta Toronto Detroit Edmonton Calgary L Angeles Vancouvr Winnipeg 223 205 196 202 182 176 182 170 232 171 168 176 180 173 Prep boys Women's poll 1240 1175 1077 1019 1010 956 868 796 711 637 593 553 525 469 325 288 253 220 52 34 The nation's top 20 women's collegiate basketball teams as compiled by Mel Greenberg of The Philadelphia Inquirer on the votes ol 62 women's coaches. First-place votes in parentheses, season's records through Jan. 26, points and last week's ranking. Voting based on 2019-18-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5- 4-3-2-1: I.Texas(62) 17-0 2. Georgia 17-1 S.Virginia 18-0 4. Southern Calif. 17-2 5. Louisiana Tech 15-2 6. Western Kentucky 17-1 7. Long Beach St. 14-2 8. Auburn 17-2 9. Mississippi 16-4 10.Rutgers 16-2 11. Tennessee 15-4 12. Louisiana St. 15-3 13. Ohio State 13-4 U.OKLAHOMA 15-2 15. Penn State 14-4 16. North Carolina 13-5 17. Iowa 12-4 18. Duke 15-3 19. St. Peter's 17-0 20. James Madison 15-2 Other teams receiving votes and their points: North Carolina State 31. Texas Tech 22, Washington 20, Vanderbill 19, Montana 18, St. Joseph's 17, Northeast Louisiana 16, Southern Illinois 12, Kentucky 11, Drake 7, Maine 7, Oregon 6, Providence 6, Arkansas 5, Ohio U. 5, Idaho 3, Kansas 3, Old Dominion 3, Houston 2, Tennessee Tech 2, Arizona 1, Northwest Louisiana 1. NAIA polls MEN KANSAS CITY. Mo. (AP) - The lop 20 teams in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division I men's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records through games ol Jan. 26, and total points: Record Pti l.WASHBURN(16) 1B-1 519 2.Cumberlnd. Ky. (10) 18-1 574 3.EMPORIASTATE(1) lt-2 502 4. Webber, Fl. 18-1 473 5.HawaiiPacitc(2) 18-7 467 6. David Lipscmb.Tn. 18-2 421 7.OklohomaCty(l) 17-2 419 8. Birm.-Southern, Al. 17-3 388 9.Wis.-EauClair(l) 15-3 378 10. Biola.Call. 18-2 370 11. Briar Cliff, low 16-3 332 12. Charleston. W.V. 12-3 265 13.OklahomaChristin 17-4 214 14. Hurn.S.D. (1) 17-1 207 IS.SEOklahom 13-3 185 16.St.ThoinosAquins.NY 19-4 151 17.Findlay.Ohi 17-2 129 18. Wayland Baptist. Texs 14-5 115 19.Waynesburg,P. 16-1 108 20. Cent. Arkanss 13-3 76 WOMEN KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The top 20 teams in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics women's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records through gomes of Jan. 26. and total points: Record 1. Wayland Baptist. Tex. (17) 18-2 2. Louisiana Coll. (9) 3. Francis Marion. S.C. (I) 4. Arkansas Tech 5. Berry. Ga. (I) 6. Georgia SW 7. Carson-Newman, Tenn. 8. Defiance, Ohio(l) 9. Campbell, N.C. 10. Wingate, N.C. 11. Clallin. S.C. 12. Mo.-Kansas City 13. Tenn. Wesleyan 14. SW Oklahoma 15. Saginaw Valley, Mich. 16. Mo. Southern 17. Texas Wesleyan IB BluelieldSI ,W Vo 19. Azusa Pacific. Calif. 20. Cameron, Okla. (tie) Midland Lutheran. Neb. REGULAR SEASON WHEAnAND 82, GRINNELL 44 Wheolland 18 24 24 16-82 Grinnell 8 8 12 16-44. Wheatland — Haflner 11, Selensky 15. Kaiser 10, Beges 5, Kuntz 6, Dinkel 2. Kawamoto 9, Evans 2, Heinz 8, A. Kaiser 4,Cooiper2,Kotl6,Kuntz2. Grinnell — Boeger 16, Ostmeyer 12, Tholen 10, Baalmon 4, Zerr 4, Holz- meister2. MILTONVALES4, SOLOMON 43 Miltonvale 14 14 12 14-54 Solomon 9 10 10 14-43 Millonvale — Moss 9, Copple 17, Chartierl2,Revelll6. Solomon — White 10. Billinger 9, Rock 7, Einhaus 6, Pettijohn 6, Price 4, Cos- soartl. Jr. High boys NCAA tournament At Delphos Semifinal SACRED HEART 28, SE-SALINE 27 Sacred Heart 6 6 8 8 — 28 SE-Saline 5 9 5 8 — 27 Sacred Heart — Rundell 10, Denning 8, Hebert 4, Hansmann 4, Stithem 2. SE-Saline — Reed 14, Fletcher?, Sieg- reist3, Chisam 1. Ptl GF GA 70 215 147 62 193 159 52 194 49 189 48 171 32 180 Adams Division 28 17 5 61 28 18 3 59 24 18 7 55 26 21 1 53 22 22 5 49 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrli Division 23 19 7 53 20 20 6 46 19 22 8 46 12 30 5 29 10 34 5 25 Smythe Division 35 11 4 74 23 21 4 50 15 27 6 36 15 27 6 36 15 31 5 35 Monday's Games Boston 6, Hartford 3 Montreal 4, Buffalo 1 N.Y. Rangers 6, Quebec 6, tie Minnesota 6, New Jersey 2 Edmonton 4, Chicago 3 Calgary 6, Los Angeles 3 Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 6:35 p.m. Washington at Detroit, 6:35 p.m. Toronto at N.Y. Islanders, 7:05 p.m. 218 174 19B 180 163 263 206 174 173 181 214 182 190 230 266 202 188 236 201 237 Golf PGA money Official PGA money winnings through the Phoenix Open, which ended Jan. 26: Rds Money l.HalSutton 9 $137,967 2. Calvin Peete 9 135,284 3. Donnie Hammond 5 111,700 4. John Cook 5 72,300 5. Mark O'Meara 9 58,370 6. Bernhard Longer 9 52,842 7. Tony Sills 5 45,284 8. Jodie Mudd 5 41,949 9. Philip Blackmar 9 40,909 10. JohnMahatfey 9 35,642 ll.DanForsman 4 33,000 12. Danny Edwards 8 25,925 13. Tim Simpson 9 25,678 U.MarkMcCumber 9 25,500 IS.SandyLyle 9 24,800 16. Ray Floyd 9 24,600 17. Jim Thorpe 9 24,300 IB.DonPooley 5 24,133 Gymnastics 18-2, slug- scoring five points in the first six minutes. But with Harvard shooting 21 percent for the first half, Duke slowly pulled away behind the shooting of Henderson and Johnny Dawkins to take a 40-19 halftime lead. The Blue Devils outscored Harvard 13-6 in the first four minutes of the second half and followed up with six straight points by Henderson to take a 61-27 lead with 14:07 left. Duke used trapping defenses to force Harvard turnovers and eased out to its biggest lead of 89-50 on a Kevin Strickland jump shot. Harvard shot 37 percent from the field for the game while Duke hit 54.5 percent. • GEORGETOWN 69, PROVIDENCE 54 — At Providence, R.I., David Wingate scored 20 points to lead 12th-ranked Georgetown to a Big East Conference victory over Providence. Georgetown took a 4-2 lead within the first two minutes and was never headed. The Hoyas took only 19 shots in the first half, but made 13 of them, and were up 35-25 at the break. Reggie Williams got 11 of his 13 points in the first half and Wingate contributed 10 points. Georgetown's zone defense limited the Friars to one field goal in the final seven minutes of the first half and to only one in the first five minutes of the second. The zone defense forced Providence to take several long shots and the Friars were successful on only 36 percent from the floor, 10 percent below their season average. Georgetown went on to outscore Providence 13-4 over a five-minute stretch early in the second half to build a 48-31 lead with 14:30 remaining. The victory boosted Georgetown to 16-3 overall and 7-2 in the conference. • UAB 71, SOUTH n^RIDA 56 — At Birmingham, Ala., senior guard Steve jMitchell pumped in 21 points, including 19 in the first half, to lead 18th-ranked Alabama-Birmingham to a Sun Belt Conference victory over South Florida. Duke's Mark Alarie (32) scores a reverse layup during the Blue Devils' victory over Harvard Monday night. Led by Mitchell, UAB shot 65 percent in the first half, leading by 21 points at one point in the opening period. The Blazers took a 40-25 lead into the locker room. Jerome Mincy chipped in 12 points and pulled down nine rebounds for the Blazers, 19-5 overall and 7-2 in the Sun Belt. Eddie Collins added 12 points and Archie Johnson 10 for UAB. South Florida, 9-8 and 2-4 in the league, was led by Vince Sanford's 14 points. The only other Bull in double .figures was Doug Wallace, with 10 points. After leading by 15 points at the half, UAB was outscored by South Florida 15-6 over the first seven minutes of the second half to cut the lead to 46-40 with 12:39 remaining. • MEMPHIS ST. 83, VIRGINIA TECH 61 — At Memphis, Tenn., senior forward Baskerville Holmes scored 19 points to lead undefeated and third-ranked Memphis State to a Metro Conference basketball victory over No. 20 Virginia Tech. The victory increased Memphis State's record to 20-0 overall and 5-0 in the conference. Holmes, who had two points in the first half, also chipped in with nine rebounds for the Tigers while senior center William Bedford added 12 points and 11 rebounds. After a cool first half, the Tigers came back hot in the second period, pushing to a 53-32 lead with 12:47 to play. Juco standings YMCA results INDEPENDENT CONFERENCE MEN League Overall W I W I Cloud County 30 14 3 Highland 3 1 14 6 Colby 3 2 11 9 Haskell 13 6 12 Hesston 04 5 15 This Week's Schedule Monday Highland at Kansas JV, Mid- Plains at Colby. Tuesday Cloud County at Haskell. Wednesday Trenton at Highland, Tabor JV at Hesston. Thunday Colby at Air Force Prep, Hesston at McPherson JV. Friday Cloud County at Kansas JV, Hesston at Kansas Wesleyan JV. Saturday Cloud County at Highland, Haskell at Hesston. GYMNASTICS ELITE INVITATIONAL AT LENEXA Class III (optional only) 12-14 — Joy Krumwiede: Beam-7.25 (3rd); AII-Around-28.25 (state aualifier). Class III (compulsory only) 9-11 - Shelly Walker: Vault-8.7 (5th); Bars-8.7 (3rd); Beam-8.55 (3rd); All- Around-34.3(3rd). 12-14 - Julia Bell: Beam-8.4 (2nd); AII-Around-33.1 (6th). Jenny Krumwiede: Bars-8.5 (6th); AII-Around-32.35. Tami Tomanek: Bars-8.6 (5th); Floor-8.3 (6th); AII-Around-32.7 (9th). Sue Rickard: Vault-8.75 (5th); AII-Around-32.8 (8th). Paula LaPlant: Vault-9.2 (2nd); Bars-8.7 (4th); AII-Around-32.5. Domi Fellers: Vault-8.3 (4th); All-Around-32.5. State qualifiers: Class Illc — Mija Lysell, 31.6; Paula LaPlanl, 32.5; Domi Fellers, 32.5; Jenny Krumwiede, 32.35; Tami Tomanek, 32.7; Sue Rickard, 32.8; Julia Bell, 33.1; Shelly Walker, 34.3. Etc. WOMEN League Cloud County Highland Colby Haskell Labette County Hesston Ova W 15 11 10 8 3 0 •oil L 3 10 7 9 12 IS This Week's Schedule Monday Labette County at Allen County, Mid-Plains at Colby. Tuesday Cloud County at Haskell, Hesston at McPherson JV. Wednesday Trenton at Highland. Thursday Colby at Air Force Prep. Friday Cloud County at Kansas JV, Labette County at Highland, Hesston at MarYmount JV. Saturday Cloud County at Highland, Haskell at Hesston. 15-1 16-2 15-1 1B-3 14-1 16-4 16-0 13-1 14-3 13-1 17-5 14-4 14-5 14-3 14-3 13-6 15-1 17-4 17-4 10-4 Ptl 507 49S 440 42B 409 397 3SB 347 317 301 272 244 190 165 139 121 71 70 38 35 35 Prep girls REGULAR SEASON SOLOMON 3», MILTONVALE 28 Millonvale 5 9 7 7-28 Solomon 5 12 10 12-39 Miltonvale — Turner 2, Girard 2, Foster 10. Lobaugh 3, Rauch 6, Phelps 5. Solomon — Einhous 13, Everhart 4, Denson 2, Kantor 13, Brown 5, Walker Independents MEN League Overall W L W I Marymount - - 11 10 Baker - - 7 12 Mid-America - - 7 13 Kansas Newman - - 7 16 Benedictine - - 3 16 St. John's - - 1 16 This Wmk'i Schsdul. Monday Marymount at Metro State. Mid- America at Graceland, Baker at William Jewell, Bethel at SJ- Winfield. Tuesday Oklahoma City at Kansas Newman, Benedictine at Emporia State. Wednesday Marymount at Kansas Newman. Thursday Graceland at Baker, UMKC at Benedictine, Mid-America at William Jewell, Saturday Langston at Marymount, Baker at Missouri Valley, Benedictine at Kansas Newman, Tarkio at Mid- America. Transactions BASEBALL American League TEXAS RANGERS—Agreed to terms with Mike Mason, pitcher, and Jeff Kunkel, infielder, on one-year contracts. National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Signed Bobby Castillo and Dennis Powell, pitchers, Stu Pederson, Ralph Bryant, Mike Ramsey and Reggie Williams, outfielders, and Jeff Hamilton, infielder. MONTREAL EXPOS—Agreed to terms with Mike Fitzgerald, catcher, and John Stuper, pitcher, on one-year contracts. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Named Kenneth C. Curcio vice-president for finance, effective April 1. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Signed Chili Davis, outfielder, Jose Uribe and Rob Thompson, infielders, la one-year contracts. FOOTBALL National Football League GREEN BAY PACKERS-Named Dale Lindsey linebacker coach. MINNESOTA VIKING-Named Bob Schnelker offensive coordinator. HOCKEY National Hockey League PITTSBURGH PENGUINS—Recalled Troy Loney, left wing, from Baltimore of the American Hockey League. WINNIPEG JETS—Sent Wade Campbell, defenseman, Dave Silk, right wing, Anssy Melametsa, left wing, and Ron Wilson, center, to Sherbrooke of the American Hockey League. Recalled Marc Behrend, goaltender, Murray Eaves, center, and Bobby Dallas, defenseman, from Sherbrooke. COLLEGE BOWLING GREEN—Named Andy Garver defensive line coach, Terry Malone offensive line and tight ends coach, Mike Mangili outside linebackers coach, Bob Reublin offensive line coach and Bob Wolfe inside linebackers coach. Recreation Girls (Continued from Page 11) 41-27. But that was not enough to overcome 25.6 percent shooting from the floor and 30 turnovers, 12 of which came against the full-court press Southeast deployed in the opening quarter. South coach Dave Butler was pleased with his Cougars' ability to come back against Southeast's reserves in the final 10 minutes. "It's nice to see that many points without Armour, and against a good team," Butler said, referring to South's leading scorer, Chris Armour, who will be out at least another 10 days with a severely sprained ankle. "I thought we adapted real well and we handled the ball better. We still have streaks where we totally lose our minds, but we've eliminated a lot of the dumb things we used to do." Maneth's play was encouraging, he said. "Her skills are not great, but she has instincts that a lot of the others don't," Butler said. "She knows when to shoot the ball and when to go for rebounds. She's going to help the other girls, show them what to do and when to do it." Central coach Sam Siegrist was encouraged by his squad's play early, as Central took a five-point lead with their premier 5-11 senior center, Sheila Cherry, on the bench. Cherry, who suffered a sprained ankle last Tuesday against Buhler, failed to start for the first time since early in her sophomore season. Cherry came in to lead the Mustangs with 11 rebounds. But Cherry, slowed by her swollen ankle, only managed half of her 16 points-per- game average. And Sandy Taggart, who tallied 11 points by halftime, only mustered four in the second half as Hutchinson overcame the 'Stangs, then pulled away. "I thought we'd try to get something going without Sheila in there, and we did," Siegrist said. "But they started killing us inside and we had to get Sheila in there. She helped, but then she got in quick foul trouble." Cherry, Taggart and 5-9 junior Teresa Brichacek — Central's scoring nucleus — each. got into foul trouble, with Brichacek fouling out early in the fourth quarter. "The other kids have just got to learn to score some points," Siegrist said. "We had some point-blank opportunities, especially in the first half, and just missed. "We had enough opportunities to win it, we just didn't do it. We missed a lot of easy shots in the first half. We should have probably been ahead by 10 points or so at halftime, and I think that might have made a difference." Hutchinson, 6-3, got 14 points from 5-11 junior Kathleen Melland. She and teammates Kathryn Parker (59) and Heather Anderson (5-11) each pulled in eight rebounds. "I thought Hutch's big girls did a pretty good job inside," Siegrist said. "They weren't dynamic, but they got WOMEN L*ogu« W L Marymount Overall W L 14 6 SRC scores SALINA RECREATION COMMISSION Basketball Scores Over 30 League — Sweat Soxs 61. NBA 60; SWB 107, Allie-Golor 67; Cruce Produce 52, Sand-Lol Rejects 45. Church League — Immanuel Lutheran 75. Immanuel Four-Square 50; Grace Baptist 50, Church ol the Cross 47; First Covenant 74, Trinity Lutherans?. i/ Drugs (Continued from Page 11) ever pulled someone out of the starting lineup because of drugs, I would not lie for them," Berry said. "But I was also aware that if this became public, it would dominate all other issues, including our upcoming (playoff) games. Because of that, I did nothing until the season ended. "I have told the players what the penalties are and the way I feel about this. I do not make many rules, but the ones I make, I enforce," Berry said. Most of the 12 players involved, many of whom were confronted by Berry following a party in which drugs were used after the team's 3027 loss to the Miami Dolphins in December, voted in favor of the voluntary plan, according to Wooten. Several starting players were again confronted in Miami prior to the AFC championship and warned that they were being watched. •That did not occur, but following the loss in New Orleans, Berry had had enough. "The point is not that you are having to prove you're innocent (by testing)," Berry said. "The point is that there are obviously some young lives being ruined by drugs, and no one, neither the league nor the union, has the guts to do anything about it. "They don't care. Or at least they act like they don't care. They're all afraid of negative publicity, but what's more negative than some of the things that have come out about some of the league's best players? "Somebody has to have the courage to stand up and make this problem public and do something about it. I'm proud my team is the one willing to do that. I think nothing but positive things will come out of this." the ball around the basket a lot and scored enough to get the job done." Central whipped South, 56-38, the first time they met this season. In previous encounters in the Newton Invitational, Central won 47-37 last year to claim seventh place; Central won 31-28 three years ago for first place; South won 26-21 for fifth place in 1982; and Central won 41-33 in the semifinals in 1977. Colby captures two victories COLBY — Colby Community College came away with two wins over Mid-Plains College of North Platte, Neb., Monday night. Colby's men outscored Mid-Plains, 114-93, while the women won, 6843. The Trojan men raced to a 56-41 halftime lead and never let up in the second half. Five Colby players scored in double figures. The win moved Colby to 13-8 on the season. Mid-Plains fell to 10-11. In the women's game, Colby outscored Mid-Plains, 37-14, in the second half to roll to an easy win. Tina Trigg scored 23 points to lead Colby. MEN MID-PLAINS 93) Arko 4 4-4 12, Weis 5 6-8 16, Karn 7 0-1 14, Vogel 41-29, Woods 4 2-2 10, Winlermota 7 2-2 16, Callaghan 3 0-1 6, Rolfzen 30-16, Miller 2 0- 04.TOTALS 3915-21 93. COLBY (114) Jamison 10 3-3 23, Surmeier 3 2-2 8, Binion S 3-5 13, Young 6 6-8 18, Hawkings 8 7-11 23, Gordon 6 0-2 12, Taylor 31-27, Daggs 1 0-0 2, King 2 4-7 8. TOTALS — 44 26-40114. HALFTIME — Colby 56, Mid-Plains 41. TOTAL FOULS — Mid-Plains 27. Colby 22. FOULED OUT — Callaghan (MP). REBOUNDS — Mid-Plains 48, Colby 47. TURNVOERS — Mid-Plains 26 Colby 29. WOMEN MID-PLAINS (43) Hverto 32-28, L. Joedeman 10-02, Bohling 0 1-21, Johnson 10 3-4 23. Armstrong 2 0-0 4, J. Joedeman 20-04, Weber 01-21. TOTALS 18 71043. COLBY (68) Flax 50-010, Trigg 11 1 -2 23, Koster 32-28, Bogner 01-21, Poland 2 3-4 7, Green 2 0-1 4, Conn 2 1-1 5, Caines 5 0-2 10. TOTALS 30 8-14 68. HALFTIME — Colby 31, Mid-Plains 29. TOTAL FOULS —Mid-Plains 14, Colby 15. FOULED OUT — None. REBOUNDS — Mid-Plains 47, Colby 46. ASSISTS — Mid-Plains 9, Colby 16. TURNOVERS — Mid-Plains 25, Colby 14. KU visits Iowa State AMES, Iowa — The seventh- ranked Kansas Jayhawks will attempt to keep their perfect Big Eight Conference record intact tonight when they visit Iowa State. KU, 4-0 in Big Eight play and 19-2 overall, leads Oklahoma by one game in the conference title chase. Iowa State is 3-2 in the Big Eight and 12-6 overall. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:35 at Hilton Coliseum.

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