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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Thursday, January 30,1986 Page 12 Basketball NBA standings 63 AIITImtiCST EASTERN CONFERENCE AtlontlcDIvlilon W I Pet. Boston 33 8 .60S Philadelphia 30 16 .652 New Jersey 27 20 .574 Washington 23 22 .511 New York 16-29 .356 Central Division Milwaukee 31 16 .660 Atlanta 25 19 .568 Detroit 23 23 .500 Cleveland 18 27 .400 Chicago 16 30 .348 Indiana 13 32 .289 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 31 14 .689 Denver 26 20 .565 Dallas 22 21 .512 Son Antonio 24 23 .511 Utah 23 25 .479 Sacramento 18 28 .391 Pacific Division I. A. lakers 33 10 .767 Portland 28 21 .571 L.A. Clippers 18 29 .383 Phoenix 16 27 .372 Seattle 16 29 .356 Golden State 14 35 .286 GB 5V, 9 12 19 4V, 7 1 /, 12 14V, 17 _ 5',, 8 8 9", 13V, _ 8 17 17 16 22 Tuesday's Games New York 118, Chicago 111 Atlanta 123, Indiana 92 Houston 116, Cleveland 109 Phoenix 136, Portland 130 L.A. Lakers 125, Milwaukee 115 New Jersey 117. Golden Stale 113 Sacramento 125, Denver 120 Philadelphia 106, Seattle 99 Wednesday's Games Detroit 107, Atlanta 94 Indiana 92. Washington 88 Dallas 126, San Antonio 114 Utah 107, Philadelphia 86 Phoenix at L.A. Clippers, (n) Thursday's Games Seattle at New Jersey. 6:30 p.m. Boston ot Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. New York at Denver. 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. Houston at Sacramento. 9:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Portland, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores PISTONS 107, HAWKS 94 Atlanta (94) Wilkinsll-228-830, Willis 7-12 1-1 15, Koncak 4-12 3-7 11, Wittman 10-14 0-0 20, Rivers 1-8 2-6 4, E.Johnson 1-7 1-1 3, Hastings 0-0 0-00, Webb 0-2 3-4 3, Carr 46 0-0 8, Levingston 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 38-84 18-2794. Detroit (107) Tripucko 4-12 3-511, Benson 4-6 0-0 8. Laimbeer 9-17 2-2 20, Dumars 3-8 0-0 6, Thomas 5-14 4-6 14, Cureton 3-7 2-2 8, V.Johnson 10-194-4 24. Mohorn 1-1 0-0 2, Campbell 6-11 2-3 U.Totals 45-95 1722107. Atlanta 21 21 27 18- 94 Detroit 30 22 23 32-107 Fouled out — None. Rebound* s—Atlanta 53 (Koncak 10), Detroit 57 (Laimbeer 10). Assists—Atlanta 25 (Rivers 12), Detroit 31 (Thomas 13). Total touls—Atlanta 20, Detroit 19. Technical—Atlanta Coach Fralello. A—12,386. PACERS n. BULLETS 88 Washington (M) Jones 2-2 2-2 6, Robinson 4-19 4-4 12, Bol 2-5 1-2 5, Bradley 2-10 0-0 4, G. Williams 8-19 2-2 18. Roundtield 3-9 3-3 9, Wood 7-14 1-2 16, Rulond 3-512-1218, McKennaO-1 0-00. Daye 0-0 0-00. Totals 31-8425-2788. Indiana (92) Tisdale4-150-08, H.Williams 10-21 5-7 25, Stipanovich 3-6 5-611, Fleming 7-10 2-3 16, Richardson 4-6 5-6 13. Kellogg 514 1-2 12, Gray 1-1 3-4 5. Anderson 0-1 00 0, Stansbury 1-6 0-0 2, Garnet! 0-0 0-0 O.Totals35-8021-2892. Washington 26 25 24 13-M Indiana 22 30 24 16-92 Three-point goals—Wood, Kellogg. Fouled out —None. Rebounds—Washington 51 (Roundlield 10), Indiana 56 (H.Williams 10). Assists—Washington 16 (Bradley 5). Indiana 19 (Richardson 7). Total fouls—Washington 23, Indiana 19. Technicals—Washington illegal defense 2. A-7.232. MAVERICKS 126, SPURS 114 San Antonio (114) Johnson 6-6 4-7 16. Mitchell 10-18 0-1 20, Gilmore 5-9 0-1 10, Matthews 5-123-4 13, Robertson 10-14 0-1 20, Greenwood 1-22-24, Higgins 2-4 2-4 6, Sundvold3-10 0-07, Hughes3-8 1-37, lavaroni 3-7 2-3 8, Britain 0-2 3-6 3. Totals 48-92 17-32 114. Dallas (126) Aguirre 7-167-7 22, Perkins 6-6 6-6 18. Donaldson 2-5 5-5 9, Harper 3-8 2-2 9, Blockman 11-15 3-3 25, Vincent 3-9 8-8 14, Davis 2-3 6-6 10, Schrempf 1 -3 0-2 2, Ellis 4-10 0-0 10, Keeling 2-3 0-0 4, Wennington 1-1 0-0 2, Blab 0-0 1-2 1.Totals 42-79 39-41 126. San Antonio 31 25 24 34—114 Dallas 28 35 32 31-126 Three-point goals—Ellis 2, Harper, Aguirre, Sundvold. Fouled out-—Johnson. Rebounds—San Antonio 50 (Greenwood 9), Dallas 49 (Donaldson 11). Assists—San Antonio 28 (Matthews 10), Dallas 28 (Harper 8). Total fouls—San Antonio 32, Dallas 25. A-16,649. College scores EAST Adelphi 69, Pace 55 AlbonySt.,N.Y.81,CortlandSt.49 Alliance 74, Penn St.-Behrend 70 Buffalo 71, Fredonia St. 53 Buffalo St. 104, Geneseo Si. BO California, Pa. 82, Slippery Rock 67 Carnegie-Mellon 86, Bethany, W.Va. 65 Castleton St. 73, W. New England 58 Charleston 117, Salem 92 Cheyney 73, Phila. Textile 64 Coast Guard 85, Wentworth Tech 79 Concord 76, BluefieldSt. 73 Connecticut 86, Cent. Connecticut 69 Drexe!72, Towson St. 63 Edinboro 64, Clarion 61 OT Elizabethlown 71, Juniata 61 Fairfield70. Army 59 FDU.Madison M.Drew 61 Franklin & Marshall 68, Haverford 56 Franklin Pierce 78, Massachusetts 75 Geneva 84, LaRoche 82 Glenville St. 85, Alderson-Broaddus 73 Jersey City St. 102, Ramapo 82 King's. Pa. 85, Albright 70 Lafayette 66, Hofstra 52 Lehigh85,Bucknell75 LeMoyne 90. Gannon 86 Liberty U. 81. Md.-Baltimore City 78, 20T Lycoming 77, Messiah 51 Mansfield 78. Kutzdown 64 Marist 59, Fairleigh Dickinson 57 Merrimock 73, Assumption 64 Middle Tennessee 72, West Virginia 70 Millersville 89, Shepherd 67 Monlclair 51. 84. Rutgers-Newark 47 Moravian 70, Gettysburg 66 MuhlenbergSS, Dickinson 53 New Hampshire 52. Hartford 45 Potsdam St. 71. Plottsburgh St. 54 Rider 66, Delaware 60 Sacred Heart 98, New Haven 78 St.John's81,Villanova61 SOUTH Akron 81. Cent. Florida 70 Auburn 97, Vanderbilt 70 Baptist, S.C 90, Bethune-Cookman 79 Bir.-Southern 76, William Carey 67 Delta St. 74, Mississippi Coll. 57 Duke 89, Clemson 78 Eck»rd82, St. Thomas, Flo. 77 Florida 73. Mississippi 64 Fur man 74. Citadel 69 Georgia SW 88, LoGrange 78 G*<xgia Tech 67. N. Carolina St. 54 OviHord 64, Lenair-Rhyne 56 C*rrmcl<y 54, Louisiana SI. 52 tar* 102. FiiklOl Wilson 77, Brescia 64 ist 61. Greensboro 53, OT U«"levallo 70, Spring Hill 65 Ifcxm IVcrxn B6, Benedict 76 M CwtHir-aAiT 47, Campbell 46 uf. Mnleyon 72, N.C.-Greensboro •/> H O-Kxjia 67, Georgia Coll. 64 >•«*•• 70. Albany St., Go. 69 (•1-inixc-h.e St 87. High Point 72 4i >*.*•«/» 71. Averett53 '. Cwoliria Si 78. Augusta 68 Twnixi 72. Rollins 58 Tn.-Chattanooga 78, Appalachian St. I Tennessee St. 60. Jackson St. 52 Wingate 76, Barber-Scotia 67 Xavier, NO 77, Southern, NO 72 MIDWEST Adrian 72, Olivet 61 Alma 83. Hope 77 Avilo70, Drury68,OT Ball St. 76, Bawling Green 71 Briar Cliff 80. Dordt 79. OT Butler 69, Indiana Cent. 59 Calvin 91. Kalomozoo 60 Capital 76, Marietta 59 Case Western 61, Allegheny 59 Cent. Missouri 78, NE Missouri 63 Dayton 64, Fordham 59 DePaul 96. N.Iowa 53 DePauw 61, Marian 59 Doane 66, Hastings 57 Dubuque 61, St. Ambrose 58 Dyke 78, Wilmington, Ohio 74 FindlayW, Blufhon67 Franklin 73, Wobash 71 Grand View 79, Iowa Wesleyan 58 Heidelberg 60, Wittenberg 59 III. Benedictine 91, Rockford 89 John Carroll 72, Grove City 58 Judson84, Concordia, III. 69 Kansas Newman 77, Morymount 61 Kent St. 74, E.Michigan 72 Loras 56, Wartburg 55 Miami, Ohio62, Cent. Michigan 55 Mo.-St. Louis 79. Washington. Mo. 77 Mt. Marty 66, NW Iowa 62 Muskingum 66, Mt. Union 52 Neb. Wesleyan 66, Dona 65 North Park 74, Wheaton 66 NW Missouri 63, Mo.-Rollo 58 Notre Dome 94, Utah 64 Ohio U. 85. W.Michigan 62 Ohio Wesleyan 79, Kenyan 72 Otterbein 47, Ohio Northern 44 Rose-Hulman 84, Earlham 75, OT Tiffin91,Urbono77 Toledo 79. N. Illinois 77. OT Wis.-Eau Claire 64. Wis.-Superior 45 Wis.-Platteville 78, Wis.-Oshkosh 73 Wis.-Stout73.Wis.-LoCrosse59 Wooster 75, Denison 72 SOUTHWEST Cameron 104, Dallas 49 E. Cent. Oklahoma 46, NE Oklahoma 45 New Orleans 72. Pan American 70 Oklahoma 87, Nebraska 60 Oklahoma St. 86, Kansas St. 70 Southern Methodist 68. Rice 52 Texas ASM 81. Arkansas 67 Texas Christian 53, Houston 49 FAR WEST UCLA 66, Southern Cal 56 W. Montana71. Carroll, Mont. 63 WOMEN EAST Georgetown 77, Pittsburgh 69 Providence 114, Seton Hall 73 Rider 63. Delaware 62 Rutgers 66, West Virginia 54 Siena 76, Fordham 67 Syracuse 62, St. John's 58 Villanova 81, Boston Coll. 54 SOUTH Alabama 69, Mississippi 62 Flo. ASM 79, Mercer 64 Flo. International 88, Bethune- Cookmon68 George Mason 88, St. Francis, Pa. 55 Georgia 84, Tennessee 74 Memphis St. 93, McNeese St. 73 Mississippi 76, Alabama 69 N. Carolina St. 73, Wake Forest 66 N. Carolina-Wilmington 106, N. Carolina AST 48 Princeton 69, William S Mary 63 Richmond 80, Va. Commonwealth 78 SW Louisiana 54, Nicholls St. 50 MIDWEST Cent. Michigan 94, Miami, Ohio 82 Colorado 56, Kansas 49 Dayton 82, Xavier 53 E.Michigan 73, Kent St. 48 Missouri 76. Iowa St. 64 Ohio U. 88, W.Michigan 79 SOUTHWEST Oklahoma 88, Nebraska 71 Oklahoma St. 60, Kansas SI. 58 Today's schedule MC women blast Newman THURSDAY, JAN. 30 BASKETBALL Sacred Heart girls vs. Hoisington, 5 p.m. (Claflin Inv.) Hastings at Marymount women, 7:30 p.m. Southern Illinois at Wichita State. 8:05 p.m. WRESTLING Salina South at Manhattan College men GEORGIA TECH 67, N.C. STATE 54 Go. Tech (67) Hammonds 5-8 2-2 12. Ferrell 4-10 6-6 14, Solley 3-10 8-11 14. Price 6-11 8-820, Dalrymple 3-5 1-47, Neal 0-3 0-0 0. Ford 0-0 0-00, Sherrod 0-0 0-0 0, Mansell 0-1 000, Totals 21-48 25-31 67, N. Carolina St. (54) Bolton 4-10, 2-2 10, Shackleford 0-1 1-2 1, Washburn 8-17 2-3 18, McMillan 4-10, 0-0 8. Myers 3-7 4-6 10, Fasoulas 1-3 1-2 3. Lambiotle 1-4, 0-0 2, Jacksan 0-0, 2-2 2, Binns 0-00-00, Weems 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 21-5212-1754. Halftime—Ga. Tech 33. N. Carolina St. 29. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Ga. Tech 37 (Salley 10), N. Carolina St. 24 (Bolton, Fasoulos 6). Assists—Ga. Tech 15 (Price, Dalyrymple 5), N. Carolina St. 16 (Myers 9). Total Fouls—Ga. Tech 14. N. Carolina St. 21. Technical—Solley. A-12,400. ST. JOHN'S II, VILLANOVA 61 Villanova (61) Pressley 7-23 1-315, Plonsky 3-6 0-0 6, West 4-9 2-2 10. Wilbur 2-5 0-0 4, Jensen 5-7 1 -1 11, Massey 2-5 1 -2 5, Wilson 3-9 22 8, Everson 1-10-0 2, Massamino 0-3 0-0 0, Maker 0-1 0-0 0, Brown 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-697-1061. St. John's (81) Jones 1-3 0-0 2, Glass 8-12 0-0 16, Berry 14-20 0-1 28, Jackson 2-6 6-8 10, Rowan 9-13 0-0 18, Baldi 1-1 1-1 3, Shurina 0-0 2-2 2, Hempel 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 36-5609-1281. Halflime—SI. John's 39, Villanova 37. Fouled out — None. Rebounds-Villanova 29 (Pressey 9), SI. John's 38 (Berry 11). Assists-Villanovo 8 (Wilbur 4), St. John's 22 (Jackson 13). Total fouls—Villanova 12, St. John's 11. Tech- nicals—Jones. A—6,008. NOTRE DAME 94, UTAH 64 Utah (44) Slromans 5-212-212. Springs 3-5 0-16, Smith 3-4 3-4 9, Hendrix 3-9 6-7 12, Upshaw 8-18 1-1 17, Gondrezick 1-60-0 2, Connor 0-3 0-0 0, Monson 0-0 0-0 0, Pavicevic 0-0 0-0 0, Moore 0-4 0-0 0, Madison 0-1 0-0 0, Adair 1 -3 4-4 6. Totals 24-7416-1964. Notre Dame (94) Royal 4-7 3-3 11. Barlow 6-8 2-2 14, Kempton 4-4 2-2 10, Rivers 2-3 2-2 6, Stevenson 2-3 1-2 5, Hicks 6-10 2-2 14, Beeuwsaert 1-1 3-4 5. Peters 0-2 0-0 0, Smith 0-1 0-0 0, Connor 4-7 0-0 8. Price 360-06, Dolan 1 -2 0-0 2, Voce 4-5 3-411, Nicgorski 1-1 0-3 2. Totals 38-60 18-24 94. Halftime—Notre Dame 43, Utah 28. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Utah 13 (Smith 8). Notre Dame 46 (Kempton, Voce 9) Assists—Utah 6 (Upshaw, Connor 2), Noire Dome 21 (Rivers 7). Total fouls—Utah 21. Notre Dame 15. A—11,345 KENTUCKY 54, LSU 52 Kentucky (54) Bennett 8-11 1-2 17. Walker 6-10 0-1 12. Blackmon 1 -3 0-0 2, Davender 6-11 00 12, Harden 5-7 0-0 10, Madison 0-2 1-2 1, Byrd 0-0 0-0 0, Andrews 0-1 0-0 0, Jenkins0-00-00. Totals 26-45 2-5 54. LSU (52) Blanton 1-1 0-0 2, Redden 7-134-4 18, Vargas 4-7 0-0 8. Taylor 10-14 0-0 20, Brown 2-3 0-0 4, Wilson 0-5 0-0 0. Bukumirovich 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 24-43 4-4 52. Halftime—Kentucky 32, LSU 28. Fouled out — Vargas. Rebounds—Kentucky 25 (Walker 8). LSU 15 (Vargas, Taylor 3). Assists—Kentucky 15 (Harden 10). LSU 11 (Taylor 6). Total fouls-Kentucky 9, LSU 12. A-l 2,477. DUKE 19, CLEMSON 71 Clemson (71) Grant 6-8 4-6 16, Michael 0-2 0-0 0, McCants 9-13 2-3 20, Middlelon 8-18 4-4 20. Marshall 4-9 3-311. Jenkins 1-4 0-0 2, Corbit 0-0 0-0 0, Pryor 0-0 0-0 0, Tail 3-9 35 9, Holstein 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31 -63 16-21 78. Duke (19) Henderson 7-130-0 14, Alarie 10-12 91029, Ferry 0-1 0-00, Amaker 3-64-4 10, Dowkins 9-15 8-8 26. King I -3 1 -2 3, Bilas 2-4 3-77, Snyder 0-1 0-00, Williams0-00- 00. Totals 32-55 25-31 89. Halflime—Duke 51, Clemson 34. Fouled out—Grant, Pryor. Rebounds—Clemson 32 (Grant 14), Duke 30 (Alarie 7). Assists— Clemson 20 (Grant, Marshall 5). Duke 21 (Dawkins 9). Total fouls—Clemson 22, Duke22. A—8,564. ST. MARY 70, SETHEl 54 Bethel (54) Roman 1 0-3 2, Voth 21-25. Hiebert 1 0-0 2, Brian Unruh 10, 4-7 24, Rudeen 3 006 DanSchulteSCM 10. Washburn 0 1-3 1, Schunn 10-02, Denno 10-02. TOTALS 246-1654. St. Mary (70) Williams 5 0-0 10, Brooks 20-04. Stein 26-610. Bailey 1 2-3 4, Batman 13 1-5 27. Banks 2 2-2 6, Byren 12-24, Hornmel 1 335. TOTALS27 16-21 70. HALFTIME — St. Mary 30, Bethel 23. TOTAL FOULS - Bethel 20. St. Mary 22. FOULED OUT —Roman (fl). College women ST. MARY-PLAINS 93, BETHEL 44 Bethel (44) SieHert 1 2-2 4, Jacobs I 0-0 2. Williams 1 0-0 2, Nickel 5 3-5 13. Ellick 2 0-2 4, Welty 51-411, Keller 0 2-2 2, Kroeker 30-06. TOTALS 18 8-1544. St. Mary of the Plains (W) Acosta 5 3-4 13. Gray 3 4-4 10, France 1 0-0 2, Stephens 144-4 32, Smiley 7 0-0 14, Hogan 10-22, Flax 3 0-0 6, Kelly 31-17, Parks 21-25, Nelson 10-02. TOTALS 40 13-1993. HALFTIME — St. Mary 46. Bethel 26. TOTAL FOULS - Bethel 11, St. Mary 18. FOULED OUT — Stephens (SM). Prep scores BOYS Tuesday's Scores Abilene 61, Salina Central 45 Atichison65,MourHill50 Beloit 61, Belleville 56 Central Heights 72, Jayhawk-Linn 65 Centre 55, Harrington 48 Cherryvale71, Elk Valley 21 Cimorron 55, Spearville 50 Clifton-Clyde 64, Linn 55 Coffeyville72,Chonute30 Columbus 61, Coney 59 Elkhart 48, Hugoton 44 Ellis 56, WoKeeney 46 Emporia 74, Ottawa 35 Fort Scott 74, Nevada, Mo. 59 Fredonia 89, Oswego 47 Frontenac 65, Galena 56 Garden City 59, Colby 46 Gardner 61, Baldwin 60 Gornett75, Poola65 GirardSS, Erie 49 Glasco77, EII-Saline51 Goodland 58, Burlington, Colo. 51 Great Bend 60, Salina South 46 Grinnell 76, Jennings 46 Hoisington 70. EHinwood 65 OT Hope 64, St. Xavier62 Jefferson Co. N. 66, McLouth 37 JetmoreSO, Ingalls48 Kensington 83, Logon 54 Kinsley 93, Lurned 76 Lakin 45, Syracuse 37 Lansing 48, Basehor 43 Leoti 67, Scott City 57 Louisburg 48, Acquinas 42 Lucas-Luray 60, Wilson 56 Luckey 74, While City 45 Lyndon 81, Osage City 67 Midway-Denton 59, Savior of the World 52 Miltonvale67, St. Johns-Military 44 Moscow 69, Montezuma 59 Natomo62, Palco43 Norton 61, Oberlin 51 Oakley 57. Dighton 40 Olalhe South 86, KC-Turner 32 Osawatomie 75, Prairie View 42 Ottawa 40, Paolo 35 Pittsburg-Colgan 48, Baxter Springs 43 Pleasanton 71, Uniontown 50 Pretty Prairie 69, Canton-Galva 61 Quinter59. Brewster41 Quivira Heights 51, Gorham 45 Rolla66, Satanta 61, 30T Rose Hill 73, Augusta 48 Rossville 45, Jackson Heights 37 Salina Sacred Heart 75, Minneapolis 45 Sedgwick 78, Central Christian 71 Smoky Valley 48, Marion 45 Southeast of Saline 73, Ellsworth 32 Stockton 82, Osborne 60 Sublette 69, Ulysses 57 Sylvan Grove 62, Tescott 52 Tipton 73, Jewell 52 Tribune 56, Deerfield 45 Sharon 56, South Haven 38 Wakefield46,St.George37 Washington 63, Riley County 49 Wellington 52, Andover 36 Wellsville 53, Tonganoxie 31 Weskan66,Herndon38 Westmoreland 55. Blue Valley- Randolph 46 Wheatland69,Hoxie56 White Rock 75, Downs 69 Wichita West 49, Wichita Southeast 36 Williamsburg 34, Burlingame 30 Wyandotte 68, Lawrence 64 Woshnglon 29 16 4 62 195 171 NY Isles 22 17 10 54 203 178 Pittsbrgh 23 22 6 52 195 185 NYRangrs 22 23 4 48 171 170 N Jersey 15 32 2 32 181 236 Adams Division Montreal 29 17 5 63 228 174 Quebec 28 19 3 59 208 173 Boston 25 18 7 57 201 180 Hartford 26 22 1 53 206 185 Buffalo 22 22 5 49 182 173 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division Chicago 23 19 7 53 218 214 St. Louis 20 20 6 46 174 162 Minnsta 19 22 8 46 198 190 Toronto 13 31 5 31 187 241 Detroit 11 34 5 27 170 266 Smyth. Division Edmontn 35 11 4 74 263 202 Calgary 23 21 4 50 206 188 L Angeles 15 27 6 36 174 236 Vancouvr 15 27 6 36 173 201 Winnipeg 15 31 5 35 181 237 Tuesday's Games Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh 2. tie Detroit 7, Washington 0 N.Y. Islanders 9, Toronto 2 Wednesday's Games Boston 5, Hartford 4. OT Montreal 5, Quebec 3 Pittsburgh 4, New Jersey! Toronto 5, Washington 2 Edmonton at St. Louis, (n). Buffalo at Winnipeg, (n) N.Y. Rangers at Chicago, (n) Minnesota at Los Angeles, (n) Calgary at Vancouver, (n) Swimming Prep results SAUNA CENTRAL 237, NEWTON 178, DERBYM Central results 200 medley relay — 1. (Edwards, Wolf, Van Meter. Harvey), 1:51.72. 3. (Kuhn, Bedinger, Govreau, Strait), 2:03.18. 200 freestyle — 1. Davidson. 2:0025: 3. Dick, 2:17.91. 2001.M. — 1. Bedinger, 2:22.33; 2. Von Meter, 2:36.19:3. Howard, 2:37.94. 50 freestyle - 2. Kuhn. 25.38; 4. Evans, 26.55. Diving — 1. Anthony, 187.65; 5. Hall, 130.70; 6. Wyss, 108.80. 100 fly — 1. Harvey, 57.95; 3. Wolf, 1:18.40; 5. Strait,1:39.59. 100 free — 2. Davidson, 55.31; 5. Evans, 1:00.07. £00 free — 1. Edmonds, 5:48.78; 4. Dick. 6:35.66. 100 backstroke — 2. Kuhn, 1:17.32; 3. Von Meter, 1:20.37; 6. Bledsoe, 1:39.30. 100 breaststroke — 3. Howard, 1:17.46; 5. Burl, 1:22.58; 6. Almqulsl, 1:26.56. 400 freestyle relay — 1. (Harvey, Govreou, Evans, Bedinger), 3:42.01; 2. (Davidson, Wolf, Strait, Edwards), 3:48.82. SALINA SOUTH 228, NEWTON 165, DERBYM South results 200 medley relay — 1. (Grimmett, Thornheld, Keller, Temple), 2:01.77; 3. (Lee, Jimenez, Tempo, Henderson), 2:06.54. 200 freestyle - 1. Slocker, 2:08.38; 3. Stewart, 2:17.50; 5. Ring, 2:24.46. 2001.M. — 1. Mead, 2:27.27: 2. Brown, 2:49.78. 50 freestyle — 1. Robertson, 23.56; 3. Temple, 26.08; 5. Pearce, 26.60. Diving — 1. Hoffman, 200.75; 2. Brown, 157.55; 4. Ring, 148.25. 100 fly — 2. Robertson, 1:10.81; 3. Brown, 1:28.59. 100 freestyle — 4. Pearce, 59.65; 6. Stewart, 1:0! .27. 500 freestyle — 1. Stacker, 6:01.15; 4. Ring, 6:22.76; 5. Vession, 6:48.04. 100 backstroke — 1. Mead, 1:05.31; 2. Grimmett, 1:09.84; 4. Lee, 1:12.07. 100 breaslstroke — 1. Esson, 1:12.44; 2. Temple, 1:13.79; 4. Jimenez, 1:16.66. 400 freestyle relay — 1. (Robertson, Temple, Mead, Stacker), 3:43.94; 3. (Keller, Pearlle, Stewart, Grimmett), 4:05.50. By HAROLD BECHARD Sports Editor WICHITA — With Andre Schmidt at the center position, the Marymount Spartan women have dominated the basketball series with the Kansas Newman Jets over the years. In fact, the Spartans have never lost to the Jets in a women's game. Schmidt, a two-time NAIA All- District 10 performer from Hays, was not in the lineup against the Jets Tuesday night because of illness, but that didn't deter Marymount from keeping the beat rolling against Newman. With 12 players seeing action the Spartans raced up and down the court to the tune of a 101-56 victory to improve their record to 15-6 for the season. The Spartans went over the century mark with 13 seconds remaining in the game when freshman Tracy Anderson hit a jumper from the free throw line. Marymount head coach Daryl Hoelting naturally was happy with the victory, but especially pleased with the play of his bench, which scored 52 of his team's points. "The freshmen played better than the varsity tonight," Hoelting said. "The bench came in and played well and kept the ball moving. We got good shots and played better defense in the second half.'' Hoelting said the absence of Schmidt was noticeable in the first 10 minutes of the game. "I thought it showed early," Hoelting said. "We missed some shot that she (Schmidt) nornally would have made." But the Spartans didn't miss much after that. They hit 43 of 76 shots from the field for 60 percent and turned the ball over a season-low 12 times. Newman, which dropped to 5-13, made a game of it for the first 17 minutes. The Jets trailed by just three points (32-29) with 3:03 remaining in the first half before Marymount reeled off nine straight points to make it a 41-31 game at intermission. But the Spartans put the game way out of reach in the final half with runs of 16 and 15 consecutive points, respectively as the Spartans opened up a lead of 45 points on three different occasions. The Spartans were led by 5-10 junior Debbie Sanders and 5-8 freshman Kristy Bradley with 19 points each. Sanders hit 9 of 12 shots from the field and Bradley 9 of 13, including her first seven. Five other Marymount players scored at least eight points. "Kristy came in, shot lights out and was all over the court," Hoelting said. "And Debbie is a tough player. She played very well for us." Marymount will meet Hastings College tonight at 7:30 at Smoot Gym. MARYMOUNT(lOl) Sanders 9-12 1-3 19, Hyde4-90-08, Poltevinl 2-3 2-2 6, Wolthall 4-100-1 8, Stallbaumer 4-6 01 8, Kobza 1-24-46, Anderson 4-5 1-29, Bradley 9-13 1-3 19, Graham 4-7 0-0 8, Fillingim 1-20-0 2, Rupp 1-2 2-3 4, Nelson 0-1 4-4 4. TOTALS 437215-23101. KANSAS NEWMAN (56) Schumaker 1-5 0-0 2, Mavec 3-8 2-3 8, Zoglman 3-9 4-4 10, Allender 2-3 1-1 5, Adams 9-19 3-5 21, Friess 2-5 1-3 5. Handy 1-5 1-2 3, Ciarneski 1 -3 0-02. TOTALS 23-57 12-18 56. HALFTIME — Marymounr 41, Kansas Newman 29. TOTAL FOULS — Marymount 20, Kansas Newman 22. FOULED OUT — Schumaker, Zoglman (KN). REBOUNDS — Marymount 44 (Stallbaumer 6), Kansas Newman 31 (Schumaker 7). TURNOVERS — Marymount 12, Kansas Newman 26. Coyote women overcome slow start to claim victory Hockey Soccer MISL standings GIRLS Bozine 63, Hoisington 41 Burlington, Colo., 44, Goodland 35 Coney 51, Columbus 46 Canlon-Galva 86, Belleville 49 Central Heights 41, Jayhawk-Linn 27 Chanute54,Coffeyville43 Cherryvale 50. Elk Valley 29 Circle 50, Eureka 38 Cimorron 38, Spearville 37 Claflin 56, Sacred Heart 47 Colby 73, Garden City 53 Concordia 89, Chapman 25 Cunningham 66, Argonia 30 Deeriield 46, Tribune 32 Dightan 59, Oakley 34 Douglass 56, Berean Acadamy 33 Downs 51 .White Rock 36 Eastern Heights 58, Wacondo East 55 Elkhart 49, Hugoton 30 Ellinwood47,St.John35 Ell-Saline 42. Glasco 29 Erie 59, GirardSO Frontenac 65, Galena 56 Grinnell 60, Jennings 46 Hillsboro 52. Central Christian 32 Hope 51, St. Xavier47 Ingalls63, Jetmore39 Jewell 51, Tiplon 48 Lakin 48, Syracuse 40 Larnod52,St.John45 Leavenworth 44, Shawnee Mission East 38 Leoti 44. Scott City 41 Logan 57, Kensington 42 Lucas-Luray 66, Wilson 64 Luckey 61, While City 30 Marion 56, Peabody 27 Meade53,Minneola35 McPhersan 54, Hesston 52 Montezuma35, Moscow 31 Moreland 50, Eureka 38 Morland 54, Lenora 37 Naloma88,Palco27 Nemaha Valley 42, Silver Lake 25 Newlan 58, Dodge City 44 Norton 58, Oberiin 41 Norwich 52, Sharon 38 Oswego 38, Fredonia 29 Pleasanton 71, Uniontown 50 Quinler59, Brewster46 Quiveria Height 57, Gorman 39 Rolla61,Satanto34 Rosehill 73, Augusta 48 Royal Valley 38, Midway-Dentan 24 St. Marys 45, Rossville4l Sylvan Grove 55, Tescott 25 TMP-Marian70, EHinwood 60 Ulysses 50, Sublette 47 Utica75,Herndon27 Valley Center 56, Maize 26 Volley Falls 49, Effingham 38 Wakelield 56, St. George 2-t WaKeeney .U.Ellis 38 Wakefield56.SI.George24 Westmoreland 53, BV-Randolph 26 Wheatland43, Hoxie41 Wellsville 53, Tonganoxie 31 All Times CST Ensttrn Division W L Pet. Baltimore 16 10 .615 Minnesota 15 11 .577 Pittsburgh 12 12 .500 Dallas 14 14 .500 Cleveland 12 13 .480 Chicago 9 14 .391 Western Division San Diego 18 6 .750 Wichita 14 12 .538 St. Louis 12 13 .480 Tocoma H 16 .407 Los Angeles 10 15 .400 Kansas City 10 17 .370 Tuesday's Games Baltimore 5, Cleveland 4 Chicago 7, Wichita 3 San Diego 1 3, Kansas City 3 GB 1 3 3 3 1 /, 5V, 5 6V, B'/, 8V, IV, McPHERSON - Kansas Wesleyan's women overcame a sluggish start Wednesday night to defeat McPherson, 70-51, in a Kansas Conference basketball game. Even though they never trailed, the Coyotes hit just 5 of 21 field goals and committed nine turnovers in the first 11% minutes of the game. Still, KW led, 12-8. McPherson didn't take advantage of the Coyotes' early struggles as it hit only 4 of 19 field goals in that time. "I knew our start was bad, but I didn't think it was that bad," said KW head coach Tracy Rietzke. "We had good shots, but they were not going down. We did a good job on the offensive boards all night." The hard-luck shooting and good board work accounted for much of the 58-30 rebounding advantage KW had for the game. Michelle Marostica had 12 rebounds to lead the Coyotes. The final 8% minutes of the first half and the entire second half was a different story for Wesleyan. Cecilia Bieber hit two quick buckets to start a run of eight unanswered points for KW over the next two minutes. The Coyotes went into halftime with a 34-20 lead. Bieber had an excellent game off the bench, scoring 10 of KW's first 16 points and finishing with 12 points. "We could've been shut out if it wasn't for her," Rietzke said of Bieber. "She got us going." The Coyotes hit 10 of 17 shots in the last 8% minutes of the first half to improve their field goal percentage to 39 percent. McPherson, meanwhile, hit only 7 of 30 shots in the first half for 23 percent. Behind the shooting of Deena Var- gocko and Sandy Brown, Wesleyan continued to widen its lead in the second half. The Coyotes' lead reached 22 points three times, the last time at 56-34 with 8:29 left in the game. McPherson got as close as 14 (56-42) with 5:40 remaining. Vargocko scored a game-high 19 points, while Brown had 12. "She (Vargocko) did a good job of stepping in and hitting the outside shots," Rietzke said. "I thought we did a better job of showing patience with our offense in the second half. Overall, we got good effort out of everybody." The Coyotes hit 16 of 32 shots in the second half to finish 31 of 74 (42 percent. McPherson hit 22 of 59 field goals for 36 percent. Carol Zink led McPherson with 16 points and six rebounds. Dawn Merrifield added 12 points. Kansas Wesleyan is now 8-3 in the KCAC and 12-3 overall. McPherson fell to 4-7 in the KCAC and 6-10 overall. The Coyotes will play Sterling College in Muir Gym Saturday at 6 p.m. KANSAS WESLEYAN (70) Brown 6-11 0-1 12, Vargocko 8-10 3-5 19, Rensberger 5-14 1-2 11, Marostica 3-12 2-2 8, Warren 1-9 0-0 2, Bieber 6-11 0-0 12, Gaxlola 12 2-5 4, Dowell 1-2 0-0 2, Walker 0-3 0-0 0. TOTALS 31-74 8-15 70. McPherson (51) Wasson 0-2 0-2 0, Benson 3-5 0-0 6, Nichols 1 9 3-5 5, Harrison 0-4 0-0 0, Zink 7-16 2-4 16, Grote 1-4 2-2 4, Kingery 3-7 0-0 6, Merrifleld 610 0-0 12, Corbet! 1-2 0-0 2. TOTALS 22-59 7-13 51. HALFTIME — Kansas Wesleyan 34, McPherson 20. TOTAL FOULS — Kansas Wesleyan 16, McPherson 16. FOULED OUT — Warren (KW). REBOUNDS — Kansas Wesleyan 58 (Marostica 12), McPherson 30 (Zink, Grote 6). TURNOVERS — Kansas Wesleyan 18, McPherson 19. Southeast girls win tourney opener Etc. NHL standings All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pti OF GA Phildlphia 35 14 1 71 217 149 Transactions BASEBALL American League KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Signed Pat Sheridan, outfielder, to a one-year contract. OAKLAND A'S—Signed Mike Davis, outfielder, to a one-year contract. National league NEW YORK METS—Announced that Howard Johnson, third baseman, has agreed to a one-year contract. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Named Dave Tumbas assistant trainer. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MILWAUKEE BUCKS-Signed Mike Glenn, guard. Racquetball results Mid-America Racquetball Tournament Winners of the 1986 Mid-America Racquelball Tournament at the Salina Family YMCA from January 24 though 26 were as follows: MEN'S A — 1. John Piper, Wichita; 2. Don Gearing, Wichita. Consolation winner: Ken Stulleville, Wichita. MEN'S B - 1. Tami Haiiar, Wichita: 2. Lynn Wilson, Great Bend. Consolation winner: Matt Greene, Great Bend. MEN'S C - 1. Matt Green, Great Bend; 2. Scott Kindlesparger, Salina. Consolation winner: Bruce Stainbrook, Salina. WOMEN'S C — 1. Milsy McAdams, Salina; 2. Sandy Colon, Salina. Consolation winner: Nancy Olhausan, Salina. OPEN DOUBLES — 1. Piper-Slulleville. Wichita; 2. Telon-Gearing. Wichita. Consolation winners: Riddle-Fuller, Salina. MIXED DOUBLES - 1. Wilson-Case, Great Bend; 2. Wallace-Kerbs, Wichita- Salina. Consolation winners: McAdams- Giroux, Salina. Recreation SRC scores SRC Basketball League 6 - WEBSCO 75, Century Sales 52; Anywhere TRavel 53, H & H Const- rucation 46; Dauer Implement 67, Tony's League 7 - Game Plan 72, KTI 52; Foreigners 63, Ambassadors 56; Tony's Express 88, Ball Hogs 61 League 6 — Designs By Cunningham 61. F I W Distributing 52; Knight's Sporting Goods 55, Suburban TV 52; Wicker And Rattan 41, SW Bell 30. GYPSUM — Strong second and third quarters lifted Southeast of Saline's girls to a 35-24 victory over Moundridge Wednesday night in the first round of the Southeast of Saline Invitational basketball tournament. After falling behind 7-2 after the first quarter, the Trojans outscored Moundridge, 26-9, over the next two quarters to build a 28-16 lead entering the fourth quarter. Shannon Cox sparked Southeast with 10 points. Sophomore Cheryl Lancaster added eight points as the Trojans unproved to 8-3. The win moves the Trojans into tonight's semifinals against once- beaten Wabaunsee — a 74-31 winner over Centre in the first round. In the other first-round games, Smoky Valley rolled over Herington, 63-33, and Ellsworth defeated Abilene, 67-47. MOUNDRIDGE (24) Goerinq 10-32, K. Schrag 2 1 -2 5, L. Schrag 3 1 -27, Moddelmog42-4 10. TOTALS 104-11 24. SOUTHEAST OF SALINE (35) Koesler 10-02, Hubele 10-02, Riblett 02-42, Clark 0 3-5 3, Perez 1 0-0 2, Grlffitts 3 0-0 6, Lancaster 4 0-0 8, Cox 5 0-0 10. TOTALS 15 5-9 35. Moundridge 7 3 6 8 — 24 SE-Sallne 2 13 13 7 — 35 TOTAL FOULS — Moundridge 14, SE-Saline 13. FOULED OUT —None. Lendl, Connors win in Pro Indoor PHILADELPHIA (AP) — No. 1 seed Ivan Lend! and second-seeded Jimmy Connors defeated unseeded players Wednesday to advance to the third round of the $465,000 U.S. Pro Indoor Tennis Championships. Lend! disposed of Robert Seguso 62, 6-2. Connors, a four-time tournament winner, stood off a strong challenge by Guy Forget of France for a 6-3, M victory. In an earlier second-round match, fifth-seeded Anders Jarryd of Sweden's victorious Davis Cup team defeated Matt Anger 6-2,6-3. Czech Jakob Hlasek advanced to the third round by defeating 14th- seeded Jan Gunnarsson of Sweden, 62,6-J. Greg Holmes, the No. 16 seed, advanced to the third round by beating former Libor Pimek 6-2,6-4. High school basketball Girls NEWTON INVITATIONAL Semifinals Wichita Southeast 63, Hutchinson 32 Hutchinson 13 15 0 4 — 32 WichitaSE 16 13 14 20 — 63 Hutchinson —Anderson 7, Melland 10, Link 2,Parker7,Tolbert2, Kasselman 4. Wichita Southeast — Diane Tholen 8, Donna Tholen 6, Brown 2. Hartnett 10, Williams 18. Mullins 16, Emery 2, Johnson 1. Newton 60, McPherson 50 McPherson 12 15 9 14 — 50 Newton 18 17 14 11—60 McPherson — Bunk 16, Huber 6, Fairbanks 2, Alvorado 12, Shoemaker 7, Reese7. Newton — Funk 14, Hiebert 21, Koehn 8, Clark 6, Rucker 4, Ferrell 4, Stuart3. Consolation Semifinal Hesston 57, Dodge City 40 Hesston 19 9 9 20 —57 Dodge City 7 16 8 9 — 40 Hesston — Waltner 7, Reimer 7, Arnold 34, Pott 9. Dodge City — Keys 4, Robben 1, Stringfellow 4, Flax 10, Salmans 10, Lloyd 7, Boyle 4. SE-SALINE INVITATIONAL First Round Wabaunsee 74, Centre 31 Centre 4 15 5 7 — 31 Wabaunsee 20 10 27 17 — 74 Centre — Brace 2, Brunner 2, L.Patterson 17, Howkinson 1, Herbel 4, Tagchmon 2, Klenda 3. Wabaunsee — Harms 4, Hesse 2, A.Redman 8, Gasperich 2, Keeler 22, Frailer 5, Hund 28, W.Redman 2, Schroder 1. Smoky Valley 63, Herington 33 Herington 11 6 4 12 — 33 Smoky Valley 11 23 14 15 — 63 Herington — T.Sly 6, Weber 6, B.Sly 8, Gentz 1, Holt 6, Glynph 4, Schlesener 2, Wright 2. Smoky Valley — K.Clark 2, Hulse 10, M.Clack 3, Rowson 4, Gelman 13, Rump 4, Curchy 2, Daniels 11, Chambers 4, Murphy 4, Ahlstedt 6. Ellsworth 67, Abilene 47 Abilene 7 8 17 15 — 47 Ellsworth 16 24 14 13 — 67 Abilene — Emlg 2. Cox 10, Garner 2, Racy 4, Jordan 2, Sexton 4, Jones 4, Holt 11, SChwalger 3, Harding4. Ellsworth — Gwinner 27, Place 2, Whitmer 14, Llndenmeyer 2, London 4, Davis 8, Frlesen B, Snyder 2. , Central girls defeat South in tourney NEWTON — Meeting in the consolation semifinals of a tournament isn't the ideal setting for an intra-city rivalry. But after losing first-round games in the Newton Invitational girls' basketball tournament on Monday, Salina South and Salina Central met in that situation Wednesday afternoon. Using a strong man-to-man defense in the first half, Central built a 28-7 halftime lead and went on to defeat the Cougars, 44-27. The win moves Central, 3-7, into Saturday's fifth-place game at 4:45 p.m. against Hesston, a 57-40 winner over Dodge City. South, 0-10, will play Dodge City for seventh place at 3 p.m. Wichita Southeast and Newton advanced to Saturday's championship game. Southeast blasted Hutchinson, 63-32, and Newton defeated McPherson, 60-60. The Mustangs jumped to a 15-5 first-quarter lead then held South to just two points in the second quarter. "I thought we played well in the first half," said Central coach Sam Siegrist. "We played good man defense and forced a lot (25) of turnovers." Both teams were without their top player. Center Sheila Cherry sat out for Central with an injured ankle and South's Chris Armour missed the game with the same problem. "Sheila will probably play Saturday," Siegrist said. "We wanted to rest her today. We got to play a lot of kids. We played a lot of different combinations in the second half." Three Mustangs scored in double-figures. Teresa Brichacek led Central with 12 points and eight rebounds. Melainie Harkin and Sandy Taggart added 10 points each. Stephanie Wilcox had seven points to lead the Cougars. SAUNA SOUTH (17) Albin 20-04, Parker 0 0-0 0, Nicolau I 0-0 2, Krier 2 0-0 4, Maneth 2 2-2 6 Wilcox 3 1-2 7, Sollars 1 2-5 A. TOTALS I1 5-9 27. SALINA CENTRAL (44) Harkin 4 2-3 10, May 1 4-6 6, Taggart 5 0-0 10, Brichacek 60-1 12, Budke 0 0-2 0, Wilbur 2 0-1 4, Jones 02-22. TOTALS 188-1544. Salina South 528 12 27 Salina Central 15 13 8 8 44 TOTAL FOULS — Salina South 16 Salina Central 12. FOULED OUT — Maneth (SS). REBOUNDS — Salina South 26 (Maneth, Sollars 5), Salina Central 26 (Brichacek 8). TURNOVERS — Salina South 25, Salina Central 16. Salina South diver qualifies for state NEWTON — Salina South had one state qualif ier and Salina Central had a couple of class records during a swimming meet here Wednesday. Both Salina schools came away with victories against their two opponents. South scored 228 points to 165 for Newton and 80 for Derby. Central totaled 237 points to Newton's 178 and Derby's 88. South's James Brown qualified for the state meet in the one-meter diving with a score of 157.55. He was second to teammate Tony Hoffman's 220.75 showing. For Central, Scott Davidson set freshman school records in the 100 and 200 freestyles. Davidson turned in a 2:00.25 in the 200 and a 55.31 in the 100, breaking his own 100 record set earlier this season. The Mustangs' 400-freestyle relay team of Rick Harvey, Jim Govreau, Dave Evans and Andy Bedinger set a sophomore record with a tune of 3:42.01.

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