The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 31, 1986 · Page 11
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The Salina Journal Friday, January 31,1986 Page 11 Wolverines rout Northwestern College basketball By The Associated Press Antoine Joubert scored 13 of his 19 points in the second half as No. 9 Michigan romped to an 82-45 Big Ten victory over Northwestern Thursday night at Ann Arbor, Mich. The victory improved the Wolverines to 18-2 overall and 6-2 in the conference. Northwestern fell to 7-11 and 1-7. Richard Rellf ord and Robert Henderson each scored 13 points for the Wolverines. Shon Morris led Northwestern with 17 points. The game was tied at 6-« when two Roy Tarpley free throws began a 16-3 run which gave Michigan a 22-9 advantage with 8:41 remaining.in the first half. Northwestern -answered with six straight points to close the gap to 2215 but the Wolverines put their starters back in the game and outscored the Wildcats, 12-4, to take a 3419 lead at the intermission. Tarpley, the Most Valuable Player in the Big Ten last season, fouled out with 10:23 remaining. In the Wolverines' last game, a 91-79 defeat at Michigan State, Tarpley fouled out with 11:44 remaining. The Wolverines also played much of the second half without sophomore guard Gary Grant who was carried from the court with a sprained left ankle after missing a layup. • IOWA 79, INDIANA 69 — At Iowa City, Iowa, sophomore guard Jeff Moe, getting his eighth start of the season, scored a career high 24 points as Iowa defeated No. 15 Indiana in a Big Ten Conference game. Iowa, 15-6 overall and 5-3 in the conference, amassed second half leads of 22 points several times before a late run by Indiana. Moe's 10-foot jumper midway through the second half put the Hawks ahead 67-45. Indiana then rattled off 10 straight, including five by freshmen Rick Galloway. Galloway's bank shot with 2:30 remaining pulled Indiana to within Michigan's Richard Rellford (right) puts up a shot while crashing into Northwestern's Elliot Fullen (14) during the Wolverines' victory Thursday night. 71-63, but the Hoosiers never got closer. Moe, who started for the injured Bill Jones, hit the first field goal of the game to give Iowa a 4-0 advantage and then had back-to-back baskets with eight minutes gone to start a 10-point spurt that put the Hawk- eyes ahead 22-8. It was the first Big Ten start of the year for Moe, an Indianapolis, Ind., native. The Hoosiers suffered 11 first half turnovers and trailed 44-28 at the half. Indiana, 13-4 and 5-3, got only 10 points from junior guard Steve Alf ord, who averages 25 points. Andre Banks scored 16 for Iowa while Gerry Wright had 14 points and 9 rebounds. Galloway was high scorer for Indiana with 21 points and high re- bounder with nine. • BRADLEY 63, WEST TEXAS STATE 54 — At Amarillo, Texas, Hersey Hawkins scored 22 points and Jim Les added 20 as 13th-ranked Bradley defeated West Texas State in a Missouri Valley Conference game. Bradley, the preseason favorite in the MVC, raised its record to 21-1 overall and 8-0 in the conference for its best start since the 1959-60 season. West Texas, led by William Quids' 23 points, dropped to 8-10 and 2-6 in the conference. Bradley, which blocked six shots and turned the ball over only nine times, led at the half, 34-25. Eight assists by Les tied the single- game record against the Buffaloes. • VIRGINIA TECH 71, RICHMOND 67 — At Blacksburg, Va., senior Dell Curry scored four of his 28 points in the final 27 seconds, leading Virginia Tech's 16th-ranked Hokies past 20th-ranked Richmond. The Hokies improved to 17-4 while the Spiders slipped to 16-3. Richmond closed to 65-63 on a basket by Peter Woolfolk with 1:02 to play. Curry took a feed from Bobby Beecher and hit a layup with 27 seconds left for a 67-453 lead. Curry added two free throws with 16 seconds remaining to push the margin to 69-63. Curry moved atop the Virginia Tech scoring list with 2,138 career points, surpassing Dale Solomon's mark of 2,136. The Hokies took the lead for good at 12-10 on a basket by Johnny Fort with 14:07 left in the first half. They scored the final seven points of the half to turn a 30-28 edge into a 37-28 intermission lead. Beecher, Dave Burgess and Keith Colbert each scored during the stretch. John Newman paced the Spiders with 18 points and became Richmond's career scoring leader with 2,148 points, eclipsing Mike Perry's mark of 2,145. ANNOUNCING The Winners Of Our South wrestlers split decisions at Manhattan SUPER BOWL XX Trivia Contest 1st Prize — Kevin Hays, Salina 4 Tickets to KU-K-State Basketball Game Plus $50 Spending Money 2nd Prize — Peggy Hays, Salina $25.00 3rd Prize — Jay Yarochowicz, Salina $15.00 1. In Super Bowl VIII, he gained 145 yards rushing on 33 carries and scored two touchdowns. Who was he and who did he play for? Larry Csonka of the Miami Dolphins. 2. In Super Bowl IV, a 46-yard touchdown pass proved to be the game-breaker. Name the quarterback and wide receiver who teamed up on the play, ten Dawson and Otis Taylor. 3. Which quarterback holds the record for most interceptions thrown in a Super Bowl game and how many did he throw? Craig Morton, 4. 4. Bart Starr was the MVP in Super Bowl I, but which Green Bay Packer receiver burned the Kansas City Chiefs' secondary with seven catches for 138 yards and two touchdowns? Max McGee. 5. Which team has scored the least number of points in a Super Bowl game? Name the team and points scored. Miami Dolphins, 3 points in Super Bowl VI. 6. Which is the northern-most city ever to host a Super Bowl game? Pontiac, Michigan. 7. Which players in this year's Super Bowl played their college ball in Kansas & Name the players and colleges they attended. Paul Falrchild, Kansas; Steve Grogan, Kansas State. 8. Only one Super Bowl has been played in the state of Texas. Name the city and the game site. Houston, Rice Stadium. 9. Which team has won the most Super Bowls? Name the team and number of victories. Pittsburgh Steelers, Super Bowls' IX, X, XIII, XIV. 10. They were known as the Oakland Raiders back in Super Bowl II. Name the starting quarterback for the Raiders against Green Bay. Daryle Lamonlca. 11. Only one Super Bowl has been decided by a last-second field goal. Which Super Bowl was it and who kicked the dramatic three-pointer? Super Bowl V, Jim O'Brien of the Baltimore Colts. 12. Which quarterback holds the record for most career pass completions in Super Bowl history? Remember, career, not just one game. Roger Staubach of the Dallas Cowboys. 13. The most points scored by two teams in a Super Bowl game? Name the teams and the total number of points. Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, 66 points. (Pittsburgh won 35-31). 14. Not all Super Bowls played in the state of Louisiana have been held in the Superdome. Name the other game site. Tulane Stadium. Only 19% of all entries had all the correct answers. Most Missed Questions: #6 and #12. THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING MANHATTAN - Salina South overcame a 30-21 deficit with pins in the final two matches Thursday night to slip past Concordia, 33-30, for the Cougars' second victory in 11 wrestling matches this season. The Cougars then won five individual matches against powerful Manhattan in the final match of the triangular before succumbing to the Indians, 36-20. Larry Gawith, Jon Hulse and Donnie Moden each won twice for the Cougars. Moden, 13-4 at 145 pounds, pinned one opponent while Hulse and Gawith each outscored both of their opponents. With South trailing by nine points, Cory Harner pinned Concordia's Bill Brown at 185 pounds and heavyweight Jim Helms, now 12-6, pinned Adrian McDaniel. Helms had lost to McDaniel just last weekend in the Beloit Invitational when McDaniel pinned Helms in the fifth-place match. Another key matchup against Concordia was Todd Gibson's 9-8 triumph over Mike McDaniel at 126 pounds. Gibson took the lead in the second period and countered McDaniel's moves throughout the final three minutes to hold on for what proved to be a decisive two- point decision. South will return to action a week from Saturday when the Cougars travel to Gypsum, along with Salina Central, for a multiple-dual at Southeast of Saline. SAUNA SOUTH 33, CONCORDIA 30 98 — Damon Sterreitt, C, technically pinned Thane Hager; 105 — Don Nelson, C, technically pinned Robbie Jilka; 112 — Concordia won by forfeit; 119 — Jon Hulse, SS, dec. Lynn Shipman, 13-2; 126 — Todd Gibson, SS, dec. Mike McDaniel, 9-8; 132 — Kelly Mead, SS, dec. Paul McGlnnes, 6-0; 138 — Russ Whltley, C, pinned Shannon Elam, third period; 145 — Donnie Moden, SS, pinned Kevin McCall, third period; 155 — Larry Gawith, SS, dec. Jim Workman, 104; 167 — Paul McDaniel, SS, pinned John Ludes, first period; 185 — Cory Harner, SS, pinned Bill Brown, second period; Hwt — Jim Helms, SS, pinned Adrian McDaniel, first period. MANHATTAN 34, SALINA SOUTH 20 98 — Darren Octinger, M, technically pinned Hager: 105 — Jilka, SS, pinned Rob Trultt. first period; 112 — Chad Cecil, M, won by forfeit; 119 — Hulse, SS, dec. Clint Rlley, 6-4; 126 — Scott Walker, M, pinned Gibson, second period: 132 — Lance Walker, M, dec. Mead, 7-0; 138 — Patrick Lee, dec. Elam, 8-6; 145 — Moden, SS, dec. Keith George, 6-4; 155 — Gawith, SS, dec. Lynn King, 8-2: 167 — Ludes, SS, dec. John Dostel, 15-2; 185 — Rock Everett, M, pinned Harner, first period; Hwt — A.C. Barker, M, pinned Helms, first period. Colby women win, 74-58 BOULDER, Colo. — Tammie Flax scored 15 points and Lisa Koster pulled down 13 rebounds to lead Colby Community College to a 74-58 victory over the Ah* Force junior varsity in women's collegiate basketball Thursday. Keren Meisenhelder pumped in 18 points for Air Force Prep, which trailed just 35-31 at halftime. NATIONAL MOTOR SPECTACULAR Bicentennial Center — Salina, Ks Friday, Jan. 31, at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, at 8:00 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, at 2:00 p.m. 3K<t 7, 1 \\ ^ •' •• ' HOT ROD TRUCK ' v MUD RACING, HOT ROD TRUCK 4x4 TUG OF WAR COMPETITION CUSTOM SHOW TRUCK COMPETITION DASH FOR CASH, KING CRUNCH MONSTER TRUCK Ticket Prices Reserved: Adults: $10.00/$12.00. Kids 12 and under: $6.00/$7.00 Kids 12 and under FREE POSTER Ticket Outlets The Brass Ear in Hays, Bicentennial Center Ticket Office, House of Sight and Sound, Del's T.V. and Tape Center in Salina, Hayes Sight and Sound in Hutchinson, Bob and KSMW TV-B Gene's Travel in Junction City CHARGE BY PHONE: (913) 823-2288 KNNN ' Bowie may need surgery on leg PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Center Sam Bowie of the Portland Trail Blazers says he may have to undergo surgery to repair his injured left leg. Bowie, in his second National Basketball Associ-1 ation season, has missed the last eight games with what has been diagnosed as a deep bruise in his left | shin. But he has felt all along that the injury is more I serious than that. "I'm going to wait two or three weeks to see if the I pain and swelling go away," Bowie told The Oregonian newspaper Wednesday night. "If there's any' significant difference, I can begin to play. But if the Bowie pain is still there, Dr. (Robert) Cook thinks he can correct it surgically." The 7-foot-l center, the second player selected in the 1984 draft, met Wednesday night with team physician Cook, vice president Harry Glickman, trainer Ron Culp, Coach Jack Ramsay and player personnel director Bucky Buck waiter. WBA honors featherweight champ NEW YORK (AP) — Barry McGuigan of Ireland, the World Boxing Association featherweight champion, was named Thursday the WBA Fighter of the Year for 1985. McGuigan won the title in 1985 on a decision over Eusebio Pedroza and defended it by stopping Bernard Taylor in eight rounds. Other winners included: Fight of the Year — Wilfredo Gomez's decision over Rocky Lockridge for the WBA junior lightweight title. Victory of the Year — Michael Spinks' decision over previously unbeaten Larry Holmes for the International Boxing Federation heavyweight title. Outstanding Defense — Marvin Hagler's third-round knockout of Thomas Hearns in defense of the undisputed middleweight title. Commission of the Year—Nevada State Athletic Commission. Promoter of the Year—Bob Arum's Top Rank, Inc. Florida State cage coach resigns TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Basketball coach Joe Williams said he saw the handwriting on the wall after Florida State University fell to a 7-10 record this season. Under pressure from university athletic officials and fans, Williams said he would resign at the end of his eighth season with one year remaining on a three-year contract. Williams' record at Florida State was 124-98 with two trips to postseason games, even though he previously had highly-successful seasons at Jacksonville University and Furman. Swim meet here this weekend The Salina YMCA Swim Club will host a Missouri Valley USS swim meet this weekend at the Salina South High School pool. Starting times for the meet will be 8:30 a.m. both Saturday and Sunday. 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