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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Friday, January 31,1986 Page 10 Basketball NBA standings Notional Boikelboll Association By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Boston 34 8 .810 — Philadelphia 30 16 .652 6 New Jersey 27 22 .551 10V, Washington 23 22 .511 12V, NewYork 16 29 .356 19V, Central Division Milwaukee 31 16 .660 Atlanta 25 19 .568 4V< Detroit 23 23 .500 7V, Cleveland IB 28 .391 12'/, Chicago 16 31 .340 15 Indiana 13 32 .289 17 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 31 14 .689 — Denver 27 20 .574 5 Son Antonio 25 23 .521 7V, Dallas 22 21 .512 8 Utah 23 25 .479 9V, Socramento 18 28 .391 13V, Pacific Division I. A. Lakers 33 10 .767 Portland 28 21 .571 8 Phoenix 17 27 .386 16V, L.A.CIippers 18 30 .375 17V, Seattle 17 29 .370 17V, Golden State 14 35 .286 22 Wednesday's Games Detroit 107, Atlanta 94 Indiana 92, Washington 88 Dallas 126, San Antonio 114 Utah 107, Philadelphia 86 Phoenix 118, L.A.CIippers 108 Thursday's Gomes Seattle 89, New Jersey 82 Boston 101. Chicago 91 Son Antonio 112, Cleveland 99 Denver 102, New York 97 Milwaukee at Golden State, (n) Houston ot Sacramento, {n} LA. Lakers ot Portland, (n) Friday's Games Boston at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Seattle at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. Cleveland ot Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Sacramento al Utah, 8:30 p.m. New York ot Phoenix, 8:30 p.m. Philadelphia at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores SUPERSONIC* 89, NETS 12 Seattle (19) Vrones 4-6 1-2 9, McDaniel 1-6 2-2 4, Sikma 10-19 4-5 24, Henderson 3-80-06, Young 5-11 2-3 12. Phelps 1-4 0-0 2, McCormick 1-2 3-4 5, Wood 10-185-6 25, Brickowski 0-0 0-0 0, Pope 0-0 0-0 0. Sobers 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 35-7519-24 89. New Jersey (82) Williams 3-11 3-59, King 7-15 0-0 14, Gminski 6-13 2-3 14. Cook 1-11 0-2 2. Richardson 8-18 4-4 20, O'Koren 5-10 0-0 10, Dawkins 0-1 5-8 5, Ransey 0-4 0-0 0, Turner 3-3 0-0 6. Johnson 0-2 2-2 2. Totals 33-8816-2482. Seattle 24 25 21 19-19 Newjersey 25 II 18 21-12 Fouled out — None. Rebounds-Seattle 50 (Sikma 12), New Jersey 58 (Williams, Gminksi 9). Assists—Seattle 19 (Young 5), New Jersey 17 (Cook 7). Total fouls— Seattle 23, New Jersey 19. A-9.073. CELTICS 101, BULLS 91 Boston (101) Bird 10-23 6-6 26, Wedman 6-14 4-4 16, Parish 9-12 4-9 22, Johnson 7-14 6-8 20, Ainge 1-6 3-4 5, Walton 4-5 2-4 10, Thirdkill 0-1 0-0 0, Vincent 0-1 0-0 0. Sichting 1 -5 0-0 2. Totals 38-81 25-35 101. Chicago (91) Green 7-14 7-8 21, Bonks 3-7 3-4 9, Oldhom 1-7 0-0 2, Macy 4-10 0-0 8. Gervin 4-11 1-1 9, Dailey 6-15 4-4 16. Conine 5-10 4-5 14, Paxson 0-2 0-0 0, Oakley 5-8 2-5 12.Totais 35-84 21 -27 91. Boston 27 22 27 25-101 Chicago 21 24 21 II- 91 Fouled out—Parish, Banks. Rebounds— Boston 59 (Parish 16), Chicago 49 (Green 10). Assists—Boston 20 (Johnson 8), Chicago 23 (Banks 11). Total louls—Boston 24, Chicago 28. Te-.hni- col-Bird. A—15,207. SPURS 112, CAVALIERS W Cleveland (99) Hinson 4-12 7-7 15, Jones 6-10 6-7 18, Shellon 4-10 0-0 8, Bogley 5-20 7-8 17, Free 7-18 0-2 14, Poquelte 3-4 0-0 6, Minniefield 3-6 1-1 7, Lee 3-7 0-0 6. Brewer 4-60-08. Totals39-9321 -2599. San Antonio (112) Johnson 5-9 5-10 15, Mitchell 12-202-2 26, Gilmore 6-8 10-10 22. Matthews 5-12 3-313, Robertson 5-11 2-3 12, Sundvold 150-02, Hughes 4-8 2-4 10, Greenwood 38 6-6 12, Higgins 0-1 0-0 O.Tolals 41 -82 3038112. Cleveland 26 31 27 15- 99 San Antonio M 21 23 25-112 Fouled out — None. Rebounds—Cleveland 48 (Poquette 8), San Antonio 59 (Mitchell, Gilmore, Greenwood 10). Assists—Cleveland 24 (Bagley 8), San Antonio 25 (Matthews 10). Total fouls—Cleveland 27, San Antonio 24. Technical—Cleveland Coach Karl. A—5,093. NUGGETS 102, KNICKS 97 New York (97) Bailey 4-11 1 -1 9, Orr 1 -4 1 -3 3, Ewing 9-207-9 25, Sparrow 1 -5 2-4 4, Wilkins 11 14 3-8 25, Bannister 1-31-2 3, Grunield 02 0-0 0, Walker 7-13 6-10 20, Tucker 1 -6 00 2, Thornton 3-4 0-0 6. Totals 38-82 21 -37 97. Denver (102) English 17-26 5-6 39, Williams 2-6 0-04, Cooper 1-8 1-1 3, Lever 5-100-0 10, Dunn 3-6 2-3 8, Turner 4-6 0-0 8, Hanilik 8-18 11-11 27, Schayes0-30-00, Evans 1-31-2 3, White 0-0 0-0 O.Tolals 41 -86 20-23 102. NewYork 18 28 26 25- 97 Denver 24 31 21 26-102 Fouled out—Bailey, Grunfeld, Cooper, Schayes. Rebounds—New York 57 (Bailey 8), Denver 51 (Williams 12). Assists—New York 21 (Sparrow 5), Denver 21 (Lever 7). Total louls—New York 28, Denver 29. Technicals—Denver illegal defense. A-17.022. College scores By The Associated Press EAST Bobson63, Brondeis71 Boston Coll. 76, Seton Hall 65 Bridgewater, Mass. 86, Nichols 57 Brockport St. 84, Rochester 76 Cabrini 61, Allentown 37 Canisius 79, Boston U. 61 Curry 84, Framinghom St. 75 Dist. of Columbia 66, Point Park 65 Eastern 76, Spring Garden73 G. Washington 77, Massachusetts 67 Green Mountain 72, Hawthorne 65 Loyola, Md. 66, Robert Morris 56 Maine-Farmington 68, Bates 66 Marshall 85, VMI77 Northeastren 90, Niagra 75 OswegoSt.74,Elmiro72 Penn SI. 59, SI. Joseph's 54 Phi la. Pharmacy 89, Misericordia 54 Scranton 59, East Stroudsburg 52 SE Mass. 75, E. Connecticut 60 Siena 64. St. Francis, N.Y. 56 St. Bonaventure 79. Rutgers 68 St. Joseph's, Maine 98, Lyndon St. 44 Trinity. Conn. 76, Clark, Moss. 62 W. Va. Wesly 89, Davis & Elkins 57 Washington. Md. 94, W. Mary. 9320T Wesleyon 36. MIT 69 Westminster. Pa. 66. Wash. 8 Jeff. 58 Wm. Patterson79. N.Y. Maritime56 SOUTH Alabama St. 85, S. Carolina St. 73 Ala.-Birmingham 71. Old Dominion 58 Ark.-Little Rock 105, SE Lo. 97, OT Armstrong St. 85, Flagler 68 Aub.-Montgomery 89, Dillord 71 Bellormine 86. Kentucky St. 74 Belmont Abbey 63. Elon 59 Carson-Newman 73, Tenn. Wesleyan 69 Cent. Wesleyan 66, Coker 63 Clallin73,S.C.-Aiken65 Cumberland, Tenn. 80, Alice Lloyd 42 Davidson 62, W. Carolina 59 Francis Morion 83, Allen 65 Gardner-Webb 87. Mars Hill 86, OT Jacksonville St. 94. Troy St. 83 Ky. Wesly 80, St. Joseph's, Ind. 78 Limestone 84. S.C.-Spartanburg 70 Lipscomb 96, Lambuth 62 Livingston 63, Montevallo 59 Louisiana Tech 82, Lomar 61 Lynchburg 83, E. Mennonite 78 Maryville 65, Roanoke 61. OT NE Louisiana 72. McNeese St. 63 N. Alabama 60, Ala.-Huntsville 67 NW Louisiana 80, Centenary 62 Pfeifferei,Calawba68 Presbyterian 74. Wofford 66 Randolph-Mocon 81, Shenandoah 70 S. Mississippi 95, III. Wesleyan 88 Savannah St. 94. Alabama ASM 84 SW Louisiana 69, Tennessee Tech 51 Temple 66, Lee 57 Tennessee 78, Georgia 77 Union, Ky. 83, Cumberland, Ky. 58 Union, Tenn. 81, Thomas More 68 VCU 60, William 8 Mary 44 Virginia 86. North Carolina 73 Virginia Tech 71, Richmond 67 Virginia Union 69, Norfolk St. 82 Voorhees 97, Newberry 81 W. Kentucky 78. N.C. Charlotte 67 Webber 89. Novo 75 West Georgia 99, Valdosta St. 90 Winston-Salem 77, St. Aug. 69 Winthrop 65, Radford 60 MIDWEST Ashland 69, Mercyhurst 64 Blackburn 58. Greenville 47 Dickinson 77, Jamestown 67 Dominican 77. Bloomfield 68 Eureka 71, MacMurray 55 Ferris SI. 55, Lak Sup St. 53 Grand Vol St 69, Mich. Tech 62 III.-Chicago 85, E. Illinois 79 Indiana St. 75, Creighton 51 Ind.-PFW 67. N.Kentucky 63 Iowa 79, Indiana 69 Michigan 82. Northwestern 45 Michigan St. 83, Wisconsin 81 Minnesota 70, Ohio State 65 UMKCS4, Benedictine 65 Northwood 95, Hillsdole 90, OT S.Illinois 65. Wichita St. 57 S. Indiana 72, Lewis 64 St. Xavier 93, NE Illinois 74 Tulsa 61, Illinois St. 54 Valley City St. 59, Moyville St. 58 Wayne St., Mi 78, Saginow Val. St. 53 William Jewell 107, MANC 78 Wis.-Whitewater 97, Marian 78 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Monticello 76, Arkansas Coll. 60 Bethany Nazarene 67, Phillips 62 Bradley 63, W.Texas St. 54 Cameron 76, NW Oklahoma 47 Cent. Arkansas 74, Hendrix 63 Col-Ozorks 58, Ouochita Baptist 50 Hardin-Simmons 63, Samford 57 Henderson St. 81. Ark.-Pine Bluff 65 MWsrn St, Tex 83, Howard Payne 67 N. Texos St. 70, Arkansas St. 66 Oklo. Christian 59, USAO 53 S. Arkansas 63, Arkansas Tech 57 St. Edward's, Tex 76, E Tex Bapt 62 St. Mary's, Tex 72, Tex Lutheran 69 Woyland Bapt 61, Lubbock Christ. 50 FAR WEST Denver 64. S. Colorado 46 N. Arizona 78, Boise St. 42 Wyoming 77, Hawaii 58 Today's schedule FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 BASKETBALL Manhattan at Solina South, 7:45 p.m. Salina Central at Topeka West, 7:45 p.m. College men IOWA 79, INDIANA 69 Indiana (69) Harris 3-7 3-4 9, Calloway 8-12 5-7 21, Thomas 5-6 3-3 13, Robinson 1-7 1-2 3, Alford 5-11 0-0 10. Morgan 4-7 1-3 9, Eyl 0-0 0-0 0, Jadlow 0-0 0-0 0, Meier 0-1 2-2 2, Witte 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 26-52 17-23 69. Iowa (79) Wright 4-6 6-6 14, Marble 4-9 2-2 10, Lorenzen 4-10 0-0 8, Banks 6-11 4-6 16, Moe 10-164-6 24, Lohous 2-3 0-04, Jones 0-0 0-0 0, Gamble 0-1 0-0 0, Armstrong 1 • 10-02, Morgan 0-0 0-0 0, Horton 0-0 0-2 0, Hill 0-0 0-00, Reaves 0-0 1-2 1. Totals 31-5717-2479. Halftime— Iowa 44, Indiana 28. Fouled out—Lohaus. Rebounds—Indiana 26 (Calloway 9), Iowa 35 (Wright 9). Assists— Indiana 12 (Robinson 6), Iowa 16 (Moe 7). Total fouls—Indiana 20, Iowa 20.A-15.450. College women STERLING 97. ST. JOHN'S 4] Sterling (97) Kirkwood 1 0-0 2, Robson 4 2-2 10, Nowlan 45-613. Vonderpool 3 0-0 6, Self 0 0-2 0. Zevsky 8 2-2 18, Ohmes 7 3-4 17, Wilson 2 2-4 6, Hamilton 4 2-2 10. Von Deveer 1 3-4 5, Schwindt 2 2-2 6, Den- ogean20-l 4. TOTALS3821-2997. St. John's (42) Maxwell 6 0-0 12, Kenny S 0-0 10, J.Bordine 2 0-0 4, S.Bordine 1 0-2 2, J.Palenske 1 1-53. D.Palenske 2 3-4 7, Schmidt 0 2-2 2, Royalty 1 0-0 2. TOTALS 186-1342. HALFTIME — Sterling 51, St. John's 23. TOTAL FOULS — Sterling 15, St. John's 22. FOULED OUT —None. Juco scores Kansas Junior College Wednesday's Scores By The Associated Press MEN Coffeyville 83. Kansas City, Kan. 64 Independence77, Johnson Co. 65 Allen Co. 98, Fort Scott 71 CowleyCo.69.NeoshoCo.67 Barton Co. 91, Butler Co. 87 OT WOMEN Kansas City, Kan. 70, Coffeyville 66 Independence 50, Johnson Co. 37 Fort Scott 62, Allen Co. 40 CowleyCo.9!,NeoshoCo.S8 Barton Co. 90, Butler Co. SO Jr. High boys SAUNA SOUTH 34, HUTCHINSON LIBERTY J4 SalinoSouth 10 8 8 10-36 HutchLiberty 7 14 4 9 — 34 South — Powell 2, Homolka 5, Kersin 1, Drevets 2, Helper 6, Watson 4, Allison 16. Liberty — Kattos 3, Graber 2, Glascock 6, Kliewer 11, Neal 2, Mule 1, Hayes 4, Farthing 5. B-team — Hutchinson Liberty 30, Solina South 18. JUNCTION CITY J5, ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 23 Roosevelt-Lincoln 2 6 11 4 — 23 Junction City 8 6 12 9 — 35 Roosevelt-Lincoln — Harvey 11, McGrew 7, Forst 2, Louce 1, Pope 2. Junction City — Adam 6, Locke 7, MackS, Porker 2, Potter 12. B-team — Roosevelt-Lincoln 31, Junction City 12. Jr. High girls HUTCHINSON LIBERTY tt, SALINA SOUTH 14 Hutchliberty 4 7 12 6 — 29 Salina South 2 4 2 6 — 14 Liberty — Scheurer 13, Fisher 3, Rolfsen 3, Schrag 2, Mattison 2, Sims 2, Hayes 2, Jones 2. South - Urich 6, Thorp 2, LeSage 2, LeBlanc2, Bantz2. B-team — Hutchinson Liberty 27. SalinoSouth?. ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 21, JUNCTION CITY 15 JunctionCity 342 6—15 Roosevelt-Lincoln 7 0 9 7 — 23 Junction City — Davis 8, McHale 1, Johnson 2, Bird 4. Roosevelt-Lincoln — Stevenson 1, Constable 4, Horst 11, Baker 2, Reinsch 5. B-teom — Roosevelt-Lincoln 19, Junction City 9. Prep scores GIRLS Regular Season Chester-Hubbell 40, Pike Valley 38 Tournamnets Blue Valley League Semifinals Riley County 50, Washington 43 Fifth Place Dillon-Clyde 53, Volley Heights 30 Claflln Invitational Semifinals Claflin 46, Bazine 40 TMP-Marian 63, Larned 32 Consolation Semifinals Hoisington 35, Sacred Heart 34 (ot) Glacier's Edge First Round Leavenworth 59, Council Grove 37 Wichita Heights 43, Derby 37 Pratt Tournament of Champions Semifinals Chaparral 58, Ashland 43 Buhler 58, Hoys 35 Consolation Semifinals KingmanM. Pratt 43 Medicine Lodge 50, Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 47 BOYS Regular Season Chapman 74, Chase County 46 Pike Valley 65, Chster-Hubbell 55 TMP-Morian68,Hoys54 K.Aroi-R.Remsen M.Pfeil-J.McGillicuddy R.Curl-H.Oranges A.Dillord.B.Murphy D.Graham-M.Rankin B.Wodkins-T.John Hockey 35-31—66 33-33-66 34-33—67 34-33—67 34-33-67 37-30—67 NHL standings National Hockey League By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Ptt GF GA Phildlphia 35 15 1 71 221 157 Washgton 29 16 4 62 195 171 NY Isles 23 17 10 56 211 182 Pittsburgh 23 22 6 52 195 185 NY Rangers 22 24 4 48 175 175 New Jersey IS 32 2 32 181 236 Adams Division Montreal 29 17 5 63 228 174 Quebec 28 19 3 59 208 173 Boston 25 IB 7 57 201 ISO Hartford 26 22 1 53 206 185 Buffalo 22 23 5 49 185 178 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Narrls Division Chicago 24 19 7 55 223 218 St. Louis 20 20 7 47 179 187 Minnesota 19 23 8 46 201 194 Toronto 13 31 5 31 187 241 Detroit 11 34 5 27 170 266 Smythe Division Edmonton 35 11 5 75 268 207 Calgary 23 21 5 51 210 192 Los Angeles 16 27 6 38 178 239 Winnipeg 16 31 5 37 186 240 Vancouver 15 27 7 37 177 205 Wednesday's Games Boston 5, Hartford 4, OT Montreal 5, Quebec 3 Pittsburgh 4, New Jersey 1 Toronto 5, Washington 2 Edmonton 5, St. Louis 5, tie Winnipeg 5, Buffalo 3 Chicago 5, N.Y. Rangers 4 Los Angeles 4, Minnesota 3 Calgary 4, Vancouver 4, OT Thursday's Game N.Y. Islanders 8, Philadelphia 4 Soccer MISL all-stars CHICAGO (AP) - The starting lineup for the Major Indoor Soccer League's seventh annual All-Stor Game Feb. 18, as announced by the league: Eastern Division Forwards — Talu, Dallas; Stan Stamenkovic, Baltimore. Midfieler — Jerry Gray, Chicago. Defenders — Mike Slankavic, Baltimore: Bruce Savage, Baltimore. Goalkeeper — David Brcic, Pittsburgh. Western Division Forwards — Steve Zungul, San Diego; Branko Segota, San Diego. Midfielder — Chico Borja, Wichita. Defenders — Kim Roentved, Wichita; GinoSchiraldi, Kansas City. Goalkeeper — Slobo Ilijevski, St. Louis. Recreation SRC scores Salina Rtcrtatlon Commlnlon Thursday't Baikvtbalt Scores League 9 — No Names 72, Mattison Real Estate 58; Galaxy Satelile 50, AAA 41; Eddies Club 60, Payne Killers 55. League 10 — Salina Journal 37, Augustine and Son 31; Western Auto 35, Wilson and Company 33; Holiday Mansions 49, Salina Cable W 22. Etc. Golf PGA results PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) - First—round scores Thursday in the $600,000 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Golf Tournament: leading Pro-Am Teams W.Wood-J.Zoller 38-35-63 B.Eastood-D.Ohlmeyer 32-31—63 B.CIampett-H.Ketchom 29.36—65 C.SIadler-J.Jennings 33-33—66 L.Wadkins-F.Conner 30-36-66 F.Zoeller-M.Evans 34-32—66 Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Signed BUI Wegman, Chuck Porter and Juan Nieves, pitchers. HOCKEY National Hockey League DETROIT RED WINGS—Recalled Corrode Micalel, goallender, from Adirondack of the American Hockey League. SOCCER Major Indoor Soccer League MINNESOTA STRIKERS—Sold Drago Dumbovic, forward, to the Chicago Sting for an undisclosed amount of cash, COLLEGE BALL STATE-Named Mike Trgovac defensive line coach. INDIANA, PA.—Named Jack Henry assistant football coach and associate athletic director. INDIANA STATE-Nomed Jim Anderson and Dan Ritter assistant football coachos. OLIVET NAZARENE—Named Dennis Roland head football coach. ST. PETER'S-Declored Thomas Berry, guard, academically ineligible for the remainder of the 1985-86 basketball season. Prep boys basketball standings Ark Val ley League W L Hutchinson 6 0 McPherson 5 1 Ark City 4 2 Newton 3 2 Winfield 3 3 Derby 1 5 El Dorado 1 5 Campus 1 6 Blue Valley League W L Hanover 6 0 Valley Hts. 4 2 Washington 3 3 Clifton-Clyde 3 3 Linn 2 4 RileyCounty 0 6 Cheyenne League W L Eastern Hts. 3 0 No. Volley 3 0 Kensington 2 1 Lenora 2 1 Morland 1 2 Logan 1 2 Palco 0 3 Jennings 0 3 Cottonwood Valley League W L Marion 4 0 Council Grove 3 2 Centre 3 2 Chase County 2 2 Herington 0 6 Elsenhower League W L Luckey 8 0 Wakelield 6 2 Westmoreland 5 2 Blue Valley 5 2 Hope 3 5 St. Xavier 2 6 ; While City 2 6 St. George 0 8 Heart of America League W L BereonAcad. 7 0 Overall W L 10 0 9 1 6 3 6 5 6 5 3 7 2 10 1 10 Overall W L 8 2 6 3 5 5 5 7 4 6 0 11 Overall W L 10 1 10 3 7 2 8 3 3 7 2 7 1 9 1 11 Overall W L 6 6 8 4 6 6 3 8 0 11 Overall W L 10 2 6 3 9 4 7 5 3 7 5 8 2 10 0 10 Overall W L 11 0 Trinity 5 1 Goessel 6 2 Burrton 5 3 Cent. Christian 4 4 Pretty Prairie 2 6 Little River 1 7 Canton-Galva 0 7 1-70 League W L Topeka High 4 0 Manhattan 2 2 Junction City 2 2 Topeka West 2 2 Solina Central 1 3 SalinaSouth 1 3 Liberty League W L Sharon Springs 1 0 Brewster 1 0 Tribune 0 0 Cheylin 0 1 Grinnell 0 1 Mid-Continent League W L Smith Center 6 0 Norton 4 2 Plainville 4 2 Hill City 4 2 Ellis 3 2 Stockton 3 3 WaKeeney 3 3 Osborne 1 4 Victoria 1 5 Fhillipsburg 0 6 Mid-Kansas Division 1 League W L Hillsboro 3 0 Hesston 2 1 Lyons 2 1 Haven 1 3 Halstead 0 3 Division II League W L Sedgwick 3 1 Remington 3 1 Peabody 2 1 7 4 11 3 9 5 7 6 4 9 2 11 0 11 o II W L 10 I 6 4 6 6 6 6 4 9 3 7 Overall W L 8 3 6 6 9 3 9 4 5 6 Overall W L 7 2 9 2 7 3 5 4 7 4 8 5 4 5 4 7 2 7 0 9 Overall W L 10 2 10 2 9 3 8 4 2 9 Overall W L 7 6 5 7 4 ' 7 Moundridge 1 2 Inman 0 4 Mid-State AA League W L TMP-Marian 3 0 Nickerson 2 1 Pratt 2 1 Hoisington 1 2 Larned 1 2 Russell 0 3 NCAA League W L Beloit 7 0 SE of Saline 5 1 Sacred Heart 4 2 Belleville 2 4 Minneapolis 2 4 Smoky Valley 1 4 Ellsworth 0 6 NCKL League Wi L Chapman 4 1 Concordia 4 1 ClayCenter 3 2 Abilene 3 3 Wamego 1 5 Marysville 1 4 Northwest Kansas League W L Hoxie 3 0 Colby 2 1 Goodland 2 1 Oberlin 2 1 Oakley 2 1 Scott City 1 2 St. Francis 0 3 Atwood 0 3 Pike Troll League W L Mankato 5 0 North Central 4 1 Hillcrest 3 1 St. John's-Beloit 3 2 Glasco 1 3 White Rock 1 3 Mlltonvale 1 3 Jewell 1 3 PikeValley 1 4 5 7 1 10 Overall W L 8 3 10 2 9 2 7 4 6 6 1 10 Overall W L 12 1 12 1 8 4 6 7 3 10 4 9 4 9 Overall Wi L 8 5 7 5 5 8 8 5 3 9 5 8 Overall W L 6 4 11 3 10 3 7 6 6 7 2 9 3 8 3 10 Overall W L 12 1 12 2 6 5 5 5 9 4 3 6 3 7 2 8 2 9 Post Rock League W L Bennington 4 0 Tescott 3 1 Ell-Saline 2 2 Solomon 1 3 SJ-Militory 0 4 Qulvlra League W L Otis-Bison 1 0 Wilson 0 0 Chase 0 0 Quivira Heights 0 1 Twin Lakes League W L Sylvan Grove 3 0 Lucas-Luray 3 0 Natoma 2 1 Lincoln 2 1 Tipton 1 2 Downs 1 2 Gorham 0 3 Waconda East 0 3 Western Athletic League W L Liberal 4 0 Great Bend 2 1 Garden City 1 2 Dodge City 0 2 Hays 0 2 WKEA League W L Dighton 3 0 Wheatland 2 0 Quinter 2 1 Jetmore 1 2 Ness City 1 2 Ransom 0 2 LaCrosse .0 2 Western Kansas League W I Golden Plains 4 0 Weskan 2 1 Herndon 2 2 Utica 1 1 Triplains 0 2 Healy 0 3 Overall W L 8 2 6 4 5 6 2 8 0 6 Overall W L 7 2 5 5 3 9 3 9 Overall W L 11 1 5 6 8 1 6 7 5 5 4 7 1 8 0 8 Overall W L 12 1 7 5 6 8 5 7 5 7 Overall W L 7 4 11 2 9 3 7 5 2 7 4 8 2 6 Overall W L 9 2 7 7 3 9 5 6 1 10. 3 f Orioles form voluntary drug testing program BALTIMORE (AP) - The Baltimore Orioles, expressing concern over baseball's tarnished image, announced Thursday the formation of the game's first voluntary drug testing program. Acting individually, 26 of the 38 players on Baltimore's spring training roster already have agreed to take part in the one-year pilot program, or were already subject to similar arrangements through contract clauses or minor league testing. The remaining 12 have not yet been contacted. General Manager Hank Peters said he hoped for 100 percent participation, but added that no disciplinary action would be taken against anyone who refuses. "We've long been concerned with the individual welfare of our players," said Peters, "and the magnitude of the drug problem in baseball has certainly damaged the image of our game.'' Noting, the many public disclosures of drug abuse in baseball last year, Peters said the new program should "remove any clouds hanging over the club, or baseball." Baseball has not had an industry-wide program since the club owners withdrew from a limited testing plan last fall. Should agreement be reached on a new drug abuse program, that would supercede the Baltimore plan. Individual players on other major league teams have agreed to drug testing in exchange for a guaranteed contract, which the players union is opposing. But there was no union complaint on the Orioles program. "From a union standpoint, where it is truly voluntary and not a condition of employment, this is not something we ordinarily become involved with," said Don Fehr, executive director of the major league players association. "It is something the players are doing on their own, with doctors of their own choosing and is not Peters Fehr compelled as a condition of employment." The Orioles testing program was strongly endorsed by pitcher Scott McGregor, Baltimore's player representative for the Major League Baseball Players Association who asked each player individually if he wished to participate. This differed from the method used by the New England Patriots when they met as a team last Monday, and became the first pro team to vote to accept a voluntary testing program. "We have to stand up and work together with ownership," McGregor said. "If we don't do something, nothing is going to happen." "There are players out there who need help," McGregor said. "It grieves my heart to see it go on any longer." Should a player's test prove positive, Peters said, treatment would be strictly between patient and doctor. While out-patient treatment would go undetected, Peters said, should a player be missing from the team, "obviously there has to be an explanation.'' Peters emphasized it was a hands-off program as far as the club was concerned, with the Orioles being involved only to pay for the testing. Confidential urinalysis testing, aimed at detecting cocaine and marijuana use, will be conducted independently through the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical School, on a spot and confidential basis, from three to six times a year. Names of the players and test results would be disclosed only with the consent of the players, under patient-physician relationships. Attorney Ron Shapiro, who represents 16 of the Orioles — all of whom are among the volunteers— and was a driving force in the test plan, described it as a "player's program." "The club did not come to me, or to any player, and say it wanted to put a program in place," Schapiro said. "The program is not being implemented as the result of a known problem on the ballclub," Shapiro said, "but it is rather an effort to stay ahead of any problem." It is public knowledge, however, that outfielder Lee Lacy and second baseman Alan Wiggins were subject to year-around testing, because of previous drug abuse, when they joined the Orioles last season. A spokesman for Baseball Commissioner Peter Ueberroth, Rich Levin, said the Orioles program has the commissioner's full support. "We consider it another step in the right direction," said Levin. "The testing program is consistent with the one the commissioner's office implemented last year in that its main objectives are to get help to those who need it and maintain strict confidentiality of the process and the results at all times." Peters said he expected the new program to work, in light of the club's success in the minor leagues. "Last year," he said, "we conducted some 500-odd tests, and came up with only five positive results. In the instructional league, the players were tested several times, and the results were 100 percent negative." In three years of testing in the minors, Peters said, "a player who tested positive has yet to deny that it was accurate." High school basketball Girls Tournaments BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE At Riley Semifinals Riley County 50, Washington 43 Washington 10 10 10 13 — 43 RileyCounty 12 12 10 16 — 50 Washington — McAfee 4, Kern 4, Martin 4, M.Keesecker 14, L.Keesecker 8, Richard 9. Riley County — Waters 2, Brummett 17, Hanson 8, Clack 6, Sharp 5, Heikes 12. Fifth Place Clifton-Clyde 53, Valley Heights 30 Clifton-Clyde 10 20 6 17 — 53 ValleyHeights 863 13 — 30 Clifton-Clyde — McChesney 2, Pellent 7, Gallagher 20, Bloomfield 5, Charbonneau 2, Lange 17. Valley Heights — Weis 2, Tilley 5, Edwards 2, White 5, Miller 2, Bach 2, O'Toole 8, Dum- mermuth4. CLAFLIN INVITATIONAL Semifinals Claflin 46, Bazine40 Baiine 9 U 10 10 — 40 Claflin 14 8 13 11—46 Bazine — Betze 4, Crawshaw 4, Koerner 12, Morgan 4, Antenen 16. Claflin — L.Feist 10, J.Feist 2, Soeken 2, Zink 12, Schlessinger 18, Strube 2. TMP-Marian 63, Larned 32 TMP-Marian 14 13 19 17 — 63 Larned 5 7 11 9 — 32 TMP-Marian — Mermis 5, Denning 4, Rice 2, Flax 22, Brull 20, Werth 2, Brungardf 4, Bohm 4. Larned — Smith 2, Bryant 6, Loomis 11, Tabler 9, Lightfoot 2, Kelly 2. TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS At Pratt Semifinals Buhler 58, Hays 35 Hays 878 8 — 35 Buhler 16 16 16 10 — 58 Hays — Sulzman 2, Engel 9, Klaus 2, Jacobs 2, Niernberger6, Bruggeman 14. Buhler — Baker 23, Guillen 2, Vonderohe 11, Bradley 2, Roberts 1, Miller 17, Bargen 2. MINNEAPOLIS INVITATIONAL Consolation Semifinals Belleville 41, Clay Center 40 Belleville 5 7 9 20 —41 ClayCenter 6 8 12 14 — 40 Belleville — Novak 4, Doctor 3, Tuley 4, Simms 4, Miller 15, Reed 11. Clay Center — Rosenow 2, Pride 2, Pannehill 4. Martin 6, Rundle 5, Sullivan 19, Siebold 2. Beloit 49, Chapman 38 Beloit 10 16 7 16 — 49 Chapman 6 5 13 14 — 38 Beloit — Klenda 17, Foote 6, Collins 8, Diatz 8, Fulhoge 8, Vroom 2. Chapman — Jackson 4. Taylor 1, Kickhaefer 4, Haslett 20, Elliott 4, Havener 2, Burgett 3. SANTA FE TRAIL INVITATIONAL At Carbondale Semifinals Wamego 64, Perry-Lecompton 39 Perry-Lecompton 10 6 8 15—39 Wamego 22 9 17 16 — 64 Perry-Lecompton — Parnell 6, Oldham 1, Grollmes 14, Purdie7, Irwin 9, Tepenny 2. Wamego — Tauer 10, Allhouse 17, Von Russelburghe 2, Harshberger 18, Reaves 6, Lindenmuth 11. SE-SALINE INVITATIONAL Semifinals Ellsworth 53, Smoky Valley 42 Ellsworth 17 15 14 7 — 53 Smoky Valley 11 13 12 6 — 42 Ellsworth — London 4, Davis 16, Gwinner 16, Friesen 5, Whitmer 8, Lindenmeyer 4. Smoky Valley — Hulse 10, Geiman 12, Curchy 2, Daniels 8, Ahlstedt 10. Consolation Semifinals Moundrldge 45, Centre 21 Moundridge 14 11 16 4 — 45 Centre 8 4 2 7 — 21 Moundridge — Durst 2, Vogt 2, Goerlng 8, Burgan 6, J.Schrag 6, L.Schrag 13, Moddelmog 8. Centre — (..Peterson 6, Herbel 6, Taichman 4, Klenda 5. Abilene 54, Herington 42 Abilene 12 21 10 11—54 Herington 8 13 12 9 — 42 Abilene — Cox 5, Miller 2, Gardner 6, Racy 8, Jordan 5, Sexton 5, Jones 2, Holt 18, Schwlager 2, Harding 1. Herington — T.Sly 9, Wright 2, Dledenbrock 4, Glymph 4, Genti2, Holt 6, Weber 2, B.Sly 13. GLACIER'S EDGE At Emporia First Round Leavenworth 59, Council Grove 37 Council Grove 7 6 14 10 — 37 Leavenworth 13 14 20 12 — 59 Council Grove — Andres 8, McGinnls 4, Hickman 8, Hartman 3, Tibbetts 12, Delay 2. Leavenworth — Bloxom 14, Katcenberger 6, A.Walker 13, Doughert 10, Powell 4, Gooch 2. Chase County 58, Lawrence 51 Lawrence 10 14 8 19 — 51 Chase County 16 8 14 20 — 58 Lawrence — Mishlkawa 8, Scharff 2, Oelschlager 21, Emmetich 4, Stutler 6, Waller 4, Ruiz 4,Fantz2. Chase County — Dawson 2, A.Ouderkirk 17, Miller 6, Storkey 1, Osgood 4, Rettlger 8, Soyez 2, M.OderkirklB. Regular season Chester-Hubbell 40, Pike Valley 38 Chester-Hubbell 7 10 10 13 — 40 Pike Valley 10 6 14 8 — 38 Chester-Hubbell — Rlppe 4, Harms 11, Kleveland 10, Anderson 15. Pike Valley — Southers 8, Veteto 4, Johnson 8,Nylandl4, Hurtig4. Boys Tournaments BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE At Blue Rapids Semifinals Washington 44, Valley Heights 43 ValleyHeights 8 14 7 14—43 Washington 10 10 12 12 — 44 Valley Heights — Johnson 6, Nordquist 11, LindquistB, Claycamp4, Yungeberg 14. Washington — Eaton 2, Hubbard 8, Stlgge 16, Laflen 6, Allen 2, Cole 5, Slmnitt 5. Regular season Chapman 74, Chase County 46 Chase County 12 10 15 9 — 46 Chapman 26 13 23 12 — 74 Chase County — Methuin 5, Robert 4, Ret- tlger 16, Youngdahl 7, Crawford 10. Chapman — Cash 20, Long 11, Chamberlin 11, Stillwagen 3, Garner 10, Opat 3, Myer 4, Langvardt 12. Pike Valley 65, Chester-Hubbell 55 Chester-Hubbell 10 18 10 17 — 55 PikeValley 14 '13 19 19 — 65 Chester-Hubbell — Tieschke 8, Mumm 10. Welch 6, Wledel 25, Tietjen 2, Anderson 4. Pike Valley — Stromberg 20, Burgess 3, Loring 18, M.Sothers 9, R.Sothers 4, Mahin 11. TMP-Marlan 68, Hays 54 TMP-Morian 15 14 14 25 — 68 Hays 15 16 10 13 — 54 TMP-Marian — Boeve 12, Denning 2, Schulte 2, Weber 4, Dinkel 12, Schippers 17, Rupp 6, Braun 9, Blackburn 4. Hayi — Wood 11, Unrein 10. Coup 4, Wilson 17, Lacy 6, Pickering*. SHHS girls fall, 35-34 CLAFLIN — Sacred Heart extended Hoisington into overtime Thursday night before falling to the previously winless Cardinals, 35-34, in the consolation semifinals of the Claflin Invitational girls' basketball tournament. Renee Bellerive scored 13 points, sinking 7 of 9 free throws, to lead the Knights. But her teammates struggled at the line, canning only five of thier other 25 free throws. And ultimately, Hoisington won it at the line, dropped in two free throws to Sacred Heart's one in the overtime period. Sacred Heart, which fell to 3-«, took' an early lead and held an 8-5 advantage after one quarter. The Cardinals spurted ahead 18-17 at halftime. A slow paced third quarter knotted the score at 22-22 entering the fourth quarter, and an up-tempo fourth period left the count deadlocked at 33-33 at the end of regulation. Hoisington, which won for the first time in a dozen games, was led by Lori Polzen's eight points. HOISINGTON (35) Morgenstern 2 0-0 4, Peterson 0 0-0 0, Higgins 3 1-27, Kear 2 2-9 6, Quint 1 0-0 2, Spainhoward 0 0-0 0, Polzen 3 2-6 8, Steinert 2 0-04, Jeroue20-04, Palmer 00-1 0. TOTALS 15 5-1735. SACRED HEART (34) Clark 31-57, Cook 3 0-1 6, Martin 1 0-4 2, Vance 1 4-106, Bellerive37-9 13, SchmitzOO-0 O.TOTALS11 12-3034. Holsinglon S 13 4 11 2 — 35 Sacred Heart S 9 5 11 1—34 TOTAL FOULS — Hoisington 24, Sacred Heart 21. FOULED OUT — Spainhoward, Polzen (H); Clark, Cook (SH). Trojan girls upend Wabaunsee, 57-49 GYPSUM — Sophomore Cheryl Lancaster pumped in 23 points to lead Southeast of Saline to a 57-49 upset over Wabaunsee in the semifinals of the Southeast of Saline Invitational girls' basketball tournament Thursday night. Janet Hund countered with 20 points for Wabaunsee, which lost for only the second time in 11 games. The Trojans, 9-3, will play Ellsworth, a 53-42 semifinal victor over Smoky Valley, for the tournament championship at 8 p.m. Saturday. ALMA-WABAUNSEE(49) Harms 3 0-0 6, A.Redmon 31-27, Keeler 4 1 -4 11, Fralzer 21-45, Janet Hund 8 4-8 20. TOTALS 209-1849. SOUTHEAST OF SALINE (57) Hubele 4 0-0 8, Rlblett 3 4-4 10, Clark 1 3-4 5, Griffitti 10-02, Cheryl Lancaster 10 3-5 23, Cox 41-29. TOTALS2311-1557. Wabaunsee 13 15 9 12 — 49 SE-Sallne 10 12 20 15 — 57 TOTAL FOULS — Wabaunsee 18, SE-Sallne 13. FOULED OUT — Keeler (W). TECHNICAL FOUL —SE-Sallne bench. i

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