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The Salina Journal Saturday, February 1,1986 Page 14 Lions hand Ft Hays third straight defeat JOPLIN, Mo.—Strong work on the backboards in the second half led Missouri Southern to a 78-72 Central States Conference basketball victory Friday night over Fort Hays State. The loss was the third consecutive CSIC setback for Fort Hays State, which fell to 3-3 in league play and 146 overall. Southern is now 2-4 and 145. The Tigers held a 39-36 lead at halftime, but saw that advantage quickly evaporate as the Lions scored the first four points of the second half. Fort Hays regained a 53-50 lead, but Southern's Greg Carton hit both ends of a one-and-one free throw and Marvin Townsend hit a bucket for a 54-53 Lion lead with 9:46 left to play. Southern never trailed from that point in a game that was tied 17 times. At halftime, Fort Hays held a 22-12 rebounding edge. But the final totals showed Southern with a 41-40 advantage, many of those second-half Lion caroms coming off the offensive glass. Townsend led Southern with 22 points, while Chris Tuggle had 20 and Garton 14, all from the free throw line. Senior Fred Campbell paced Fort Hays with 26 points and 17 rebounds, while freshman Cedric Williams tossed in 18 points. Tiger point-guard Raymond Lee did not start after missing the team bus for the trip to Joplin. Scoreboard In the women's game, the 16th- ranked Lady Lions notched an 84-67 victory over Fort Ha>s State. Margaret Womack had 39 points for Southern, 5-1 in the CSIC and 14-3 overall. The Tigerettes, 4-2 and 9-9, got 31 points from center Cheryl Baker and 12 from Lori Reeves. Both Fort Hays teams take on Pittsburg State tonight, the women at 5:30 p.m. and the men at 7:30. MEN MISSOURI SOUTHERN 78, FORT HAYS STATE 72 Fort Hoyt Slot* (72) Johnson 2-3 0-0 4, Campbell 12-19 2-2 26, Allen 4-6 1 -2 9, Morse 1 -3 0-0 2, Anderson 1 -6 02 2, Lee 2-8 3-4 7, Williams 7-164-4 18, Miller 1 3 0-0 2, Hardnett 1-4 0-0 2. TOTALS 31-68 10-14 72. Mliiourl Southern (78) Tuggle 10-17 0-0 20, Greene 3-8 2-2 8, Townsend 9-16 4-9 22, Grantham 6-13 2-4 14, Gorton 0-9 14-14 14, Foster 0-00-00, Taylor 0-0 0-0 0, Loster 0-1 0-0 0. TOTALS 28-64 22-29 78. HALFTIME — Fort Hoys St. 39, Mo. Southern 36. TOTAL FOULS — Fort Hoys St. 24, Mo. Southern 12. FOULED OUT — Lee (FHS). REBOUNDS— Fort Hays St. 40 (Campbell 17), Mo. Southern 41 (Tuggle 9). ASSISTS — Fort Hays St. 10 (Lee 5), Mo. Southern 11 (Grantham 4). TURNOVERS — Fort Hays St. 20, Mo. Southern 18. TECHNICAL FOULS — Mo. Southern bench. A —1,500. WOMEN MISSOURI SOUTHERN 14, FORT HAYS STATE 67 Fort Hayi Stole (67) Hadley 2-10 0-0 4, Sargent 4-10 0-0 8, Cheryl Baker 11 -18 9-13 31, Reeves 5-7 2-512, Smith 2100-04, Cindy Baker 0-1 0-20, Nuttle 1-1 0-02, Nichol 2-4 0-1 4, Nuss 1-3 0-0 2. TOTALS 28-64 11-2167. Mliiourl Southern (84) Sutton 4-10 3-5 11, Womack 16-30 7-8 39, Rank 6-7 3-615, Bowen I -3 3-4 5, L.Wilson 1 -3 22 4, Klenke 2-6 0-0 4, T.Wilson 1-2 0-2 2, Obertieck 2-4 0-04. TOTALS 33-65 18-27 84. HALFTIME — Mo. Southern 39, Fort Hays St. 30. TOTAL FOULS — Fort Hays St. 24, Mo. Southern 19. FOULED OUT — Nichol (FHS). ASSISTS — Fort Hoys St. 11 (Hadley, Smith 4), Mo. Southern 15 (Sutton 4). TURNOVERS — Fort Hays St. 19, Mo. Southern 19. Wedman fires Celts to 10th straight win LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - With Kevin McHale on the sidelines with an injury, the Boston Celtics haven't missed a beat, or a win. Scott Wedman, McHale's replacement, scored 24 points in a 97-88 victory over the Washington Bullets Friday NBA roundup night as the Celtics extended their winning streak to 10 games, the longest in the NBA this season. Wedman, averaging about 14 minutes a game before given the opportunity to start the last four, played 39 minutes even though Coach K.C. Jones substituted liberally. "I hate to see somebody get hurt, but I'm glad for the opportunity to play," Wedman said. "On this team, it's easy to fill in, because they're such good players and know your strengths." "It's not my job to worry about minutes," Wedman said. "I stay in shape, and I'm ready if they need me. If I come off the bench for four or five minutes, I give it my best.'' Wedman conceded he was more aggressive than he was after missing his first three chances against Chicago on Thursday, and he came out firing. Wedman scored eight of his season-high total before the game was four minutes old and had 17 of Boston's 51-46 halftime lead. Boston, which has defeated Washington three straight times this season, led 22-10 before the Bullets rallied to go ahead 33-32 on a second consecutive three-point goal by Leon Wood. Robert Parish had 16 points for the Celtics, whose 15-7 road record ties the Los Angeles Lakers for the best in the league, and Larry Bird added 14. • HAWKS 116, PISTONS 103 — At Atlanta, Jon Koncak scored seven of his 20 points in a 17-2 streak that broke open a close game as Atlanta defeated Detroit. Koncak, a rookie from Southern Methodist University, led the fourth-quarter spurt that sent the Hawks from an 86-85 lead after three quarters to a 103-87 advantage with 7:28 to play. Dominique Wilkins topped the Hawks with 36 points and Doc Rivers added 18. Detroit was led by Joe Dumars with 22 points. Kelly Tripucka added 19, Bill Laimbeer scored 14 and had a game-high 16 rebounds, and Vinnie Johnson and Isiah Thomas each added 10. The Pistons led by as many as 11 points in the first half and by four at halftime. It was Atlanta's 12th victory in its past 16 games, and 15th in its last 17 home contests. • PACERS 101, SON1CS 94 — At Indianapolis, Herb Williams scored 19 of his game-high 27 points in the first half, giving Indiana a lead it never relinquished as the Pacers defeated Seattle. Williams added eight points in the third quarter, which ended with the Pacers protecting a 7565 advantage. Seattle scored the first six points of the final quarter and pulled to within five points several times. The SuperSonics trailed 97-92 on a three- point shot by Gerald Henderson with 16 seconds to play. Vern Fleming, who contribued 18 to an Indiana offense that put five players in double figures, hit two free throws with 10 seconds left. Al Wood, who led Seattle with 20, missed another three-point effort and Fleming got the loose ball. Steve Stipanovich, who had 11 of his 17 points in the second half, then made two free throws for the game's final points with six seconds remaining. Xavier McDaniel, who had 14 of his 16 points in the first half, cut Seattle's deficit to four at 44-40 with 4:56 remaining in the period. Indiana answered the challenge with a slammer by Tisdale and a jump shot by Williams and went on to lead 57-46 at halftime. • MAVERICKS 107, CAVALIERS 91 — At Dallas, James Donaldson had 17 points and 11 rebounds as the Dallas Mavericks raced to a 3113 lead after one quarter and coasted to a 107-91 victory over Cleveland Friday night, only their second triumph in their last 11 meetings with the Cavaliers. The Mavericks won their fourth straight game, while it was the sixth consecutive loss for the Cavaliers, who were led by Roy Hinson with 17 points. Dallas led 65-39 at halftime and 86-64 after three quarters. Derek Harper and Rolando Blackman added 15 apiece for Dallas, which held Cleveland's World B. Free to seven first-half points. Free, who averages 23.4 points per game, sat out the second half of the blowout. • JAZZ 113, KINGS 101 — At SaltXake City, Adrian Dantley scored 33 points and Pace Mannion came off the bench to add 19 as Utah downed Sacramento. Reggie Theus led the Kings with 37 points and Mike Woodson added 24 for the losers. Utah led just 26-24 after the first quarter, but Dantley, Mark Eaton and John Stockton led a Jazz run that put Utah on top 58-44 at intermission. Mannion hit eight of his total in the third period, including two three-point goals, and the Jazz increased their advantage to 91-75 going into the final period. • KNICKS117, SUNS 112 — At Phoenix, James Bailey scored 25 points and rookie center Patrick Ewing helped spark a fourth-quarter rally as the New York Knicks beat the Phoenix Suns. The score was tied 22 times — the last at 104104 when Phoenix's Alvan Adams sank a layin with 3:48 to go in the game. Ewing then put the Knicks ahead to stay at 107104 on a three-point play with 3:36 left. Basketball NBA standings By Th« Associated Pratt AIITInwiCST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Dlvlilon W I Pet. GB Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York 35 30 27 23 17 8 16 21 23 30 .814 .652 .563 .500 .362 _ 6% 10V, 13'/i 20 Central Division Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana 32 26 23 18 16 14 16 19 24 29 31 32 .667 .578 .489 .383 .340 .304 4'/, 8'/, 13% 15V, 17 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston Denver Dallas San Antonio Utah Sacramento 32 27 23 25 24 18 14 20 21 23 25 30 .696 .574 .523 .521 .490 .375 „ 5V, 8 8 9V, 15 Pacific Division LA. takers Portland Phoenix L.A. Clippers Seattle Golden State 34 28 17 18 17 i 14 10 22 28 30 30 36 .773 .560 .378 .375 .362 .280 . 9 17'/, 18 18V, 23 Thursday's Games Seattle 89, New Jersey 82 Boston 101, Chicago 91 San Antonio 112, Cleveland 99 Denver 102, New York 97 Milwaukee 120, Golden State 108 Houston 111, Sacramento 109 L.A. Lakers 118, Portland 94 Friday's Games Boston 97, Washington 88 Atlanta 116, Detroit 103 Indiana 101, Seattle 94 Dallas 107, Cleveland 91 Utah 113, Sacramento 101 New York 117, Phoenix 112 Philadelphia at L.A. Lakers, (n) Saturday's Games Houston at Chicago, 1 p.m. Milwaukee at Denver, 1 p.m. Atlanta at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Washington at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Phoenix at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Portland, 9:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Golden State, 10 p.m. NBA boxscores CELTICS 97, BULLETS M Boston (97) Bird 5-14 4-4 14, Wedman 11-17 1-2 24, Parish 8-18 0-0 16, Ainge 5-8 0-0 10, Johnson 6-13 0-0 12, Walton 2-7 3-3 7. Sichting 1-3 0-0 2, Thirdkill 2-6 2-4 6, Vincent 0-4 0-0 0, Carlisle 2-3 0-0 4, Kile 1-40-02. Totals43-97 10-1397. Washington (M) Jones 0-2 0-0 0, Robinson 5-7 6-7 16, Bol 2-6 3-4 7, Malone 6-14 1-3 13, Williams 3-11 0-0 6, Daye 2-4 0-0 4, Ruland 6-11 3-3 15. Wood B-20 2-4 21, Roundlield 3-10 0-0 6, Bradley 0-1 00 0, McKenna 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 35-6615-21 87. Boston 26 K 24 22-97 Washington It 2> II 24—U Three-point goals—Wood 3, Wedman. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Boston 60 (Parish 14), Washington 54 (Ruland 12). Assists—Boston 31 (Ainge 9), Washington 16 (Williams 6). Total fouls—Boston 16, Washington 16. Technical— Boston illegal defense. A-19,123. PACERS10I.SONICS94 Seattle (94) McDaniel 8-180-0 16, Vranes 1-20-02, Sikma 5-21 4-414, Henderson 4-122-311, Young 3-6 4-6 11, Wood 7-15 4-7 20, McCormick 3-5 2-2 6, Brickowski 1-1 0-0 2, Phelps 0-1 0-0 0. Sobers 4-6 0-0 8, Pope 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 37-8816-22 94. Indiana (101) Tisdale 5-10 4-4 14, Williams 9-15 9-10 27, Stipanovich 6-1) 5-5 17, Fleming 5-9 8-13 18, Richardson 3-9 4-4 10, Anderson 3-8 1-27, Gray 1-2 0-0 2. Stansbury 1-2 44 6, McClain 0-0 0-0 0, Garnett 0-0 0-0 O.Totols 33-66 35-42101. Seattle 19 27 19 29- 94 Indiana 24 31 II 26-101 Three-point goals—Wood 2, Young, Henderson. Fouled out—Vranes. Rebounds— Seattle 47 (McDaniel 11), Indiana 50 (Tisdale, Stipanovich 10). Assists—Seattle 27 (Henderson 7), Indiana 21 (Richardson 9). Total fouls—Seattle 33, Indiana 25. Technical—Seattle Coach BickerstaH. A-10,757. HAWKS 116, PISTONS 103 Detroit (103) Benson 3-60-0 6, Tripucka 7-16 5-5 19, Laimbeer 7-13 0-0 14, Dumars 9-14 4-6 22, Thomas 4-14 2-210, Mahorn C-4 2-4 6, V.Johnson 4-132-2 10, Curelon 4-51-4 9, Campbell 3-81-1 7, Long 0-0 0-0 0, Nevitt 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 43-93 17-24 103. Atlanta (114) Wilkins 16-25 4-4 36, Willis 2-7 2-2 6, Koncak 9-19 2-4 20, Rivers 7-10 4-15 IB. Wittman 3-4 0-0 6, Levlngston 3-6 2-2 8, Rollins 2-2 0-0 4, E.Johnson 3-8 2-2 8, Webb 1-2 2-2 4, Corr 3-5 0-0 6.Totals 498818-31116. Detroit 29 29 27 11-101 Atlanta 24 M J2 30- II* Fouled out — None. Rebounds—Detroit 57 {Laimbeer 16), Atlanta 52 (Willis, Kancak 9). Assists—Detroit 24 (Thomas 9), Atlanta 34 (Rivers 11), Tola! fouls—Detroit 28, Atlanta 29. A—12,624. MAVERICKS 107, CAVALIERS »1 Cleveland (»l) Lee 4-6 6-6 14, Hinson 5-13 7-10 17, Poquette 5-13 1-2 11, Bagley 2-6 5-5 9, Free 3-8 1-1 7, MinnielieTd 6-13 1-5 13, Jones 0-0 3-4 3, Shelton 0-50-00, Brewer 5-8 2-4 13, Davis 1-5 2-2 4. Totals 31-77 28-3991. Dolloj(lD7) Aguirre 7-14 OX) 14, Perkins 6-11 3-3 15, Donaldson 7-9 3-3 17, Harper 5-7 5-6 15, Blackman 5-13 5-6 15, Vincent 3-8 0-0 6, Davis 3-8 2-2 8, Ellis 1-8 0-0 2, Schrempf 2-5 0-0 4, Blab 1-6 0-0 2, Wenningtan 2-2 1-1 5, Keeling 2-4 0-0 4.Totals 44-9519-21107. Cleveland 13 U 25 27- 91 Dallas 31 34 21 21-107 Three-point goal—Brewer. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Cleveland 54 (Poquette 17), Dallas 56 (Donaldson 11). Assists— Cleveland 19 (Minniefield, Bagley 5), Dallas 25 (Davis 9). Total fouls—Cleveland 26, Dallas 27. A—17,007. KNICKS 117, SUNS 112 New York (117) Bailey 10-12 5-7 25, Orr 5-10 3-4 13, Ewing 4-8 8-8 16, Sparrow 4-9 2-2 10, Wilkins 8-12 8-13 24, Bannister 1-4 2-2 4, Thornton 1-3 4-4 6, Grunfeld 3-5 1-2 7. Walker 3-7 2-4 8, Tucker 2-5 0-04. Totals 41-7535-46117. Phoenix (112) Nance 3-5 6-8 12, Pinckney 8-12 3-519, Edwards 8-12 6-8 22, Humphries 3-9 2-2 8, Davis 4-14 1-2 10, Robey 2-7 1-2 5, Sanders 3-5 6-6 12, Foster 1-1 0-0 2. Adams 6-12 1-1 13, Thompson 3-4 3-3 9,Totals41-81 29-37112. New York 27 31 U 26—117 Phoenix U 27 24 21—112 Three-point goal—Davis. Fouled out- Nance. Rebounds—New York 52 (Bailey 11), Phoenix 41 (Nance 7). Assists—New York 26 (Sparrow U), Phoenix 32 (Adams 7). Total fouls-New York 29, Phoenix 38. Technicals—New York Coach Brown, Ewing, Nance. A—13,710. JAZZ 111, KINGS 101 Sacramento (101) Tyler 5-114-414, Olberding 0-2 0-0 0, Thompson 5-10 2-4 12, Theus 11-19 15-18 37, Woodson 10-184-4 24, Johnson 1-912 3, Thorpe 3-5 1-1 7, Drew 0-1 0-0 0, Kleine 1-20-02, BratzO-1 0-00, Kelley 1- I 0-0 2. Totals 37-79 27-33101. Utah (113) Dantley 12-19 9-12 33, Malone 2-5 1-5 5, Eaton 6-11 4-6 16, Green 2-9 0-0 4, Hansen 1-6 0-0 2, Scurry 3-4 0-2 6, Slocklon 4-5 7-9 15, Wilkins 3-6 0-0 6, Bailey 3-10 1-2 7, Mannion 7-10 3-4 19.Totals 43-85 25-40113. Sacramento 24 M 31 26-101 Utah 26 32 U 22—113 Three-point goals—Mannion 2. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Sacramento 55 (Thompson 9), Utah 50 (Bailey 8), Assists—Sacramento 24 (Theus 7), Utah 25 (Dantley 7). Total fouls—Sacramento 29, Utah 28. Technicals—Sacramento Coach Johnson, Sacramento illegal defense. A-10,545. College scores By The Associated Press EAST Alfred 95, RPI74 Brown 76, Dartmouth 74 Buffalo St. 77, St. John Fisher 67 Calby93,Mlddlebury76 Cornell 54, Princeton 48 Hartford 68, Maine 54 Hunter 89, Medgar Evers 72 King's Point 68, N. Adams St. 65 Montclair St. 75, Glassboro St. 67 New Hampshire 64, Colgate 62 Yale 54, Harvard 45 SOUTH Atlantic Christian 99, Ferrum 89 Barry 64, Palm Beach Atlantic 59 Clearwater Christian 68, Trinity Baptist 66 Kentucky 81, Auburn 71 Longwood74, Mt. St. Mary's 69, OT Miami, Flo. 102, Brooklyn Coll. 93 N.C. Central 86, Bowie SI. 67 Pensacola Christian 107, Trinity Bible 18 Rhodes 69, Sewanee 62 Savannah St. 98, Edwards Waters 58 St. Andrews 60, Chris. Newport 59 Vo. Wesleyan 62, Methodist 61 Warner Southern 82, Flo. Christian 66 MIDWEST Adrian 82, Ind.-S.Bend 67 Augustana, S.D. 80, N. Colorado 65 Beloit47, Knox46 Chicago 70, Grinnell 66 Cincinnati Bible 105, Atlanta Christian Today's schedule SATURDAY, FEB. 1 BASKETBALL Kansas at Kansas State, 1:10 p.m. Salina South girls vs. Dodge City, 3 p.m. (Newton Inv.) Salina Central girls vs. Hesston, 4:45 p.m. (Newton Inv.) Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan women, 6p.m. (MuirGym) Langston at Marymount, 7:30 p.m. (Smoot Gym) Wichita State at West Texas State, 7:35 p.m. Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan, 8p.m. (Muir Gym) MIDWEST Iowa 47, Indiana46 Lake Forest 78, Coe 68 Michigan St. 58, Wisconsin 55 N.Iowa 87, E. Illinois 78, OT Northwestern 85, Michigan 74 Ohio St. 95, Minnesota 65 Purdue 72, Illinois 55 Simpson 66, Central 62 S. Illinois 70, Drake 68 FAR WEST Oregon 78, Fresno St. 56 College men KENTUCKY II, AUBURN 71 Auburn (71) White 2-5 0-04, Ford 4-8 2-2 10, Morris 5-82-512, Moore 3-3 2-2 8, Person 11-15 2-3 24, Howard 0-1 0-0 0, Jones 5-7 3-4 13. Totals 30-4711-1671. Kentucky (II) Blackmon 1-4 0-0 2, Davender 6-14 2-3 14, Harden 7-11 0-014, Bennett 7-15 5-6 19, Walker 10-17 4-5 24, Madison 0-1 0-0 0, Jenkins 3-4 2-3 8. Totals 34-66 13-17 81. HalHime—Kentucky 41, Auburn 34. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Auburn 19 (Moore 6), Kentucky 33 (Bennett 10). Assists—Auburn 17 (White 6), Kentucky 20 (Harden 9). Total fouls—Auburn 20, Kentucky 18. A-23,320. MISSOURI WESTERN 90, EMPORIA ST. S3 Emporla State (U) Stromgren 9 0-1 18, Biggs 1 0-0 2, Hughes 4 2-2 10, Robinson 9 9-9 23, Chatman 9 2-4 20, Cramer 4 0-0 8. Totals 361-1483. Mlitour! Western (90) Cooks 9 6-10 24, Ross 3 1-3 7, Collins 5 2-4 12, Wicks 20-04, Gambrell 10 7-7 27, Copley 5 0-0 10, Starling 20-04, Willey 1 0-02.Tolals3716-2490. Halftime — Mo. Western 35, Emporio St. 33. Total Fouls — Emporia St. 21, Mo. Western 15. Fouled Out — Biggs (ESU). REBOUNDS — Emporia Si. 33 (Chatman 9), Mo. Western 42 (Gambrell 11). Prep scores 51 Concordia, Ind. 91, Nazareth, Mich. 76 Dubuque 58, Lulher 47 Loras64,Wis.-Milwaukee56 Mankato St. 81, N. Dakota St. 67 Milliken 85, Carthage 73 Mo. Southern 78, Fort Hayes St. 72 Monmouth, III. 89. Lawrence 80 Mt. Mercy 75, WestmaroS Neb..Omaha 57, S. Dakota St. 52 Peru St. 79, Concordia, Neb. 63 Qulncy 68, SI. Francis, III. 52 St. Norbert 79, Cornell, Iowa 71 VilerboBO, St.Scholastica57 WashburnM, Wayne St., Neb. 46 FAR WEST Denver 69, Colo. Mines 53 WOMEN EAST Dartmouth 67, Brown 65 Harvard 76, Yale 68 Maine 57, Hartford 47 Phila. Textile 79, Penn 63 SOUTH Kentucky 111, Charleston 64 S. Florida 66, W. Carolina 61 S. Mississippi 66, SE Louisiana 63 By The Associated Press BOYS Atchison 78, Topeko-Seaman 63 Baileyville BSB 63, Wetmore 51 Baldwin 45, Santa Fe Trail 41 Belleville 49, Concarlda 47 Bennington71, St. John's Military 30 Bern 72, OnagaSl Banner Springs 56, Ottawa 45 Buhler 64,Augusta 46 Burlingame 52, Savior of the World 36 Coney 80, Cherryvale 55 Centralia58,Axtell54OT Chase 56, Quivira Heights 34 Cheylin51,Brewster42 Circle 59, Chaparral 51 Clearwater 56, Andover 46 Coffeyville 60. Fort Scott 42 Derby 62, El Dorado 38 Dighton72, Leoli62 Ell-Saline 52, Salomon .19 Flint Hills 64, lebo 54 Fredonia 69, Sedan 63 Girard54,NEArma34 Glasco 88, St. Johns'-Beloil 61 Hanover 59, Clifton-Clyde 57 Hesston 80, Holstead 51 Hill City 71 .Ellis 44 Hillcrest 67, White Rock 46 Hillsboro64,Lyans55 Humboldl 58, Yates Center 39 Hutchinson 70, Arkansas City 58 Hutchinson Trinity 47, Berean 42 tola 60, Columbus 46 Kensington 105, Jennings 50 Kingman57,RoseHill52 Leavenworth 73, Lawrence 72 Lincoln 66, Tipton 61 Logan 62, lenora 61 Lucas-Luray 57, Waconda East 41 Manhattan 65, Salina South 48 Monkato 71, Nelson, Neb. 46 Marysville 86, Nemaha Valley 62 McPherson 67, Newton 35 Morland77,Palco60 Moundridge 77, Peabody 46 Mulvane75,Goddard58 Natoma 56, Downs 38 Neodesha 52, Eureka49 Nickersan 80, Hoisingfon 69 Norton 57, WoKeeney 48 Oberlin66,Alwood35 Osborne 52, Victoria 49 Parsons 65, Chanute 30 Piltsburg 56, Independence 52 Pittsburg Colgan 47, Frontenoc39 Pomona 82, Unionlown 58 Pratt 65, Lamed 40 Remington 65, Sedgwick 53 SM West 63, SM South 49 Sharon Springs 60, Grinnell 47 Southwestern Heights 69, Holcomb 63 Stockton 69. Phillipsburg57 Subletted. HugotonSl Sylvan Grove 74, Gorham39 TMP-Marion 99, Russell 59 Topeka High 95, Junction City 72 Topeko West 45, Salina Central 38 Troy71,WothenoSO Valley Center 66, Wellington 49 Wellsville63, LouisburgSS Westmoreland 54, White City 38 WheotlondB),LoCrosse70 Williamsburg50,Gridley24 Wilson 75, Tescott 56 GIRLS Atwood57,0berlin55 Baileyville BSB 74, Wetmore49 Baxter Springs 80, Riverton 47 Burlington 40, Burlingame 37 Coney 52, Cherryvale 49 Centralia35, Axtell27 Chanute 66, Parsons 58 2OT Cheylln44,Brewster35 CoHeyville 47, Fort Scott 33 Deerfield 39, Moscow 33 Elkhart 53, Syracuse 42 Ellis 32, Hill City 27 Fredonia 55, Sedan 39 Glrard48, NEArmo40 Grinnell 58, Sharon Springs 52 Hiawatha 36, Falls City, Neb. 14 Hope 45, St. George 40 Hoxie 43, St. Francis 27 Jackson Heights 30, Hollon 26 Jennings 47, Kensington 34 Linn 44, Hanover 43 Lincoln 68, Tipton 46 Logan 62, Lenora 41 Lucas-Luray 53, Wacanda East 44 Monkato 49, Nelson, Neb. 37 Marysville 54, Atchison 42 Mlltonvale 49, North Central 47 MorlandB2,Palco30 Natoma 69, Downs 49 Neodesha 46, Eureka 36 Ness City 49, Jetmore43 Norton 61, WaKeeney 35 Onaga73, Bern 26 Osage City 81, Lyndon 22 Pike Valley 52, Jewell 42 Pittsburg Colgan 52, Frontenac 33 Protection 47, Greensburg 35 Ransom 47, Quinter 36 SW Heights 53, Holcomb 34 Salwtha 38, Horton 36 Salomon 37, Ell-Saline 23 Spearville 51, Fowler 32 St. John's-Beloit 47, Glasco 27 Stockton 60, Phillipsburg 32 Sublette47,Hugoton39 Sylvan Grove 57, Gorham 36 Victoria 55, Osborne 40 Wokefield48,St.Xavier39 Waverly 70, Flint Hills 52 Wellsvllle 43, Jefferson North 39 Westmoreland 72, White City 42 Wheatland 59, LaCrosse 27 White Rock 57, Hillcrest 41 Williamsburg51,Grldley41 Wilson 53, Tescott 42 Tournaments AtClaflln First Place Thomas More Prep 51, Claflin 41 Third Place Bozlne38, Lorned35 FIHh Place Ellinwood77, Hoisinglon 30 AtEudora Wellsville 43, Jefferson Co. N. 39 At Hiawatha Hiawatha 36, Fall City, Neb. 14 Marysville 54, Athchisan 42 Sabetha 38, Morton 36 At Haven Garden Plain 57, Nickerson 45 Cheney 41 ,Goddard 31 Winfie!d53.Fairfield45 Haven 69, Lyons 56 At Emporio Semifinals Wichita Heights 62, Leavenworth 53 Emporia 52, Chgse County 42 Consolation Semifinals Wichita East 54, Lawrence 39 Derby 53, Council Grove 47 YMCA results YMCA High School League Standings — Wildcats, 4-1 "Shockers, 3-2: Huskers, 2-3; Jayhawks, 1-4. last Week's Scores — Shockers 56, Huskers 49; Wildcats 41, Jayhawks 35; Jayhawks 54, Shockers 53; Huskers 44, Wildcats 39. Top Scorers — Jeff Savory, Shockers, 19.2; Jeff Holgerson, Wildcats, 16.5; BradMcCausland, Jayhawks. 16.4; Barry Warner, Shockers, 12.2; Nick Carroll, Wildcats, 10.6. Free Throw Percentage (minimum 7 alt*mptt) — Barry Warner, Shockers, 78, 87.5 percent; Doug Hoesli, Shockers, 6-7, 85.7; Steve Roumpf, Wildcats, 8-10, 80.0; Dave Christiansen, Wildcats, 10-14, 71.4; Jeff Sovery, Shockers, 14-20,70.0. Team Free Throw Percentage — Shockers, 43-80. 53.7 percent; Wildcats, 43-82. 52.4; Huskers, 38-75, 50.6; Jay- hawks, 30-73,41.1. Classic on the par-72, 6,103-yard Turnberry Isle Country Club course: AyokoOkamoto 69-67—136 Beth Daniel 70-69-139 Debbie Massey 68-72—140 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 69-71—140 Hollis Stacy 72-68—140 Anne-Marie Palli 71-69—140 AtsukoHikage 73-68—141 Becky Pearson 70-71—141 Dawn Coe 69-72—141 Julilnkster 70-71—141 Sally Quinlan 75-66—141 Betsy King 74-68—142 LoriGarbaci 75-67—142 RoblnWalton 72-70—142 Judy Dickinson 70-72—142 AmyBenz 75-67—142 Beverly Kloss 70-72-142 Allison Flnney 73-70—143 Kay Kennedy 70-73-143 JaneBlalock 71-72—143 Nancy Ledbetter 70-73—143 Sally Little 69-74-143 Pat Meyers 71-72—143 Elaine Crosby 69-74—143 LisaYoung 73-71—144 Pat Bradley 70-74—144 Jody Rosenthal 72-72—144 Penny Pulz 69-75—144 KrisMonoghan 74-71—145 Beth Solomon 70-75—145 Sandra Palmer 70-75—145 Alice Miller 73-72—145 JeannetteKohlhaas 70-75—145 Stephanie Farwig 74-72—146 MoryDwyer 72-74—146 LeAnn Cossodoy 71-75—146 Cindy Mackey 73-73—146 Marlene Floyd 73-73—146 Patty Sheehon 73-73—146 Vickl Alvarez 77-69—146 Karln Mundlnger 76-71—147 DenlseSlrebig 76-71—147 BarbThomas 76-71—147 Parti Rizzo . 72-75—147 Nancy Scranlon 77-70—147 Ok-HeeKu 75-72—147 Kathy Postlewait 75-72—147 Nancy Rubin 70-77—147 Dole Eggeling 75-72—147 Laurie Rlnker 75-73—148 Donna Caponi 74.74—148 M.J. Smith 72-76—148 Lori West 73-75—148 Jackie Bertsch 74-74—148 Susan Tonkin 73-75—148 Val Skinner 74-74—148 Tommy Fredrlckson 75-73—148 JaneGeddos 77-71—148 Lauri Peterson 74-75—149 Mindy Moore 77-72—149 Donna While 75-74-149 JoAnne Corner 74.75—149 Cathy Morse 73-76—149 Carolyn Hill 76-73—149 Lynn Adams 78-71—149 Rosle Jones 78-71—149 Maria Figueras-Dotti 77.72—149 ColleenWalker 71-78—149 Barb Bunkowsky 75.74—149 Mary Murphy 79.70—149 Cathy Man! 78-71—149 Janet Coles 74.75—149 AmyAlcott 76-73—149 BorbraMlzrahie 73-76—149 Chris Johnson 73-76—149 Jan Stephenson 76-73—149 Bowling St. Louis Los Angeles Tocomo Kansas City 10 .462 .400 .393 .370 7 V, 9 10 ly't Garnet Pittsbuigh 4, Dallas 1 San Diego 5, Chicago 4 Cleveland 7,51. Louis 4 Wichlto6,Tocoma5,2OT Saturday's CamM Tocoma at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. Minnesota at Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m. Tennis PBA results GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (AP) — Fifth- round results Friday after 24 games in the $150,000 Quaker State Open at the Forum Bowling Lanes with name, hometown, match play record and pinlall totals: 1, Marshall Holman, Medford, Ore. 10-6, 7,791. 2, Wayne Webb, Indianapolis, 9-7, 7,719. 3, Mark Roth, Spring Lake Heights, N.J., 11-5.7,701.4, Gil Sliker, Sorasota, Flo., 11-5, 7,657. 5, Tom Milton, St. Petersburg, Flo., 10-6, 7,614. 6, Jim Harvey, Tucson, Ariz., 9-7, 7,602. 7, Jon O'Dorbinak, Chicago, 8-7-1, 7,575.8, Norm Duke, Fort Worth, Texas, 9-6-1, 7,545. 9, Mats Karlsson, Sweden, 8-8, 7,515. 10, Pete McCordlc, Houston, 9-7, 7,509. 11, Gory Skidmore, Albuquerque, N.M., 6-8-2, 7,503. 12, Rick Saiek, Coral Springs, Flo., 8-8,7,492. "13, Brian Voss, Tacoma, Wash., 7-9, 7,475.14, Jim Tilton, Hunlington Beach, Calif., 8-8, 7,473. 15, Bobby Meadows, Fort Worth, Texas, 11-5, 7,468. 16, Brad Bohling, Denver, Colo., 8-8, 7,438. 17, Randy Pederisr., £;r.ta Maria, Calif., 511, 7,414. IB, Robert Lawrence, Austin, Texas, 8-7-1,7,409. 19, Teata Semiz, Cedar Grove, N.J., B- 8,7,385.20, Dale Eagle, Tomball, Texas, 6-9-1, 7,384. 21, Kent Wagner, Palmetto, Flo., 8-8, 7,383. 22, Purvis Granger, Lafayette, La., 5-11, 7,301. 23, Billy Young, Tulsa, Oklo., 3-13, 7,152. 24, Steve J. Martin, Kingsport, Tenn., 4-12, 6,951. Virginia Slims KEY BISCAYNE, Flo. (AP) - Friday's quarterfinal results in the $250,000 Virginia Slims of Florida women's tennis tournament at the Sheraton Royal Bis cayne Racquet Club: Singlet Chris Evert Lloyd, Fart Lauderdale, Flo., def. Stephanie Reye, Highland, Calif., 6-1,6-0. Steffi Graf, West Germany, def. Wendy Turnbull, Australia, 6-1,6-7 (3-7), Football NFL free agents By The Associated Prats A list of the 321 National Football League players who will become free agents if they do not sign contracts by midnight, Feb. 1: ATLANTA FALCONS (10) - TE Cliff Benson: DB Brill James: DB Bobby Butler; P Ralph Glacomarro; QB Bob Holly; T Bretl Miller; OL Joe Pellegrini; DE Andrew Provence; T Eric Sanders; RB Joe Washington. BUFFALO BILLS (5) — T Justin Cross; LB Bo Harris; TE Eason Ramson; G Jim Rltcher;DE Ben Williams. CHICAGO BEARS (9) - G Mark Bortz: DB Dave Duerson; TE Pat Dunsmore; DB Gary Fencik; DB Jeff Fisher; DB Leslie Frazler; QB Steve Fuller; RB Matt Suhey; LB Cliff Thrift. CINCINNATI BENGALS (7) — NT Jerry Boyarsky; PK Jim Breech; TE Rodney Holman; WR Mike Martin; QB Turk Schanert; LB Jeff Schuh; DB Jim Turner. CLEVELAND BROWNS (15) — WR Willis Adams; DE Keith Baldwin; DB Larry Braziel; DB Clinton Burrell; DE Reggie Camp; T Bill Contz; QB Gary Danlelson; NT Bob Golic; DB Al Gross; DE Carl Halrslon; TE Harry Holt; LB Eddie Johnson; OL George Lilja; LB Scott Nicolas; WR Glen Young. DALLAS COWBOYS (3) — T Jim Cooper; C Tom RaKerty; G Howard Richards. DENVER BRONCOS (7) — TE Mike Barber; LB Darren Comeaux; DB Steve Faley; WR Butch Johnson; K Rich Korlls; P Chris Norman; TE John Sawyer. DETROIT LIONS (19) - LB Roosevelt Barnes; WR Carl Bland; LB Dan Bunz; OL Chris Dlelerlch; LB Kirk Dodge; LB Ken Fontetti; DB William Graham; DB Alvin Hall; LB James Harrell; RB Rick Kane; LB Angela King; QB Mike Machurek; LB Vernon Maxwell; TE Reese McCall; RB Alvin Moore: DE Martin Moss; PK Ed Murray; T Ray Snell; C Tom Turnure. GREEN BAY PACKERS (17) - IB John Anderson; C Mark Cannon; TE Paul Coffman; PK Al Del Greco; QB Lynn Dickey; WR Phillip Epps; G Tim Huffman; NT Terry Jones; T Greg Koch: DB Mark Lee; DB Mike McLeod; OL Blake Moore; DB Mark Murphy; RB Del Rodgers; OL Karl Swanke; LB Rich Wingo; QB Jim Zorn. HOUSTON OILERS (12) — DB Patrick Allen; TE Chris Dressel; RB Stan Edwards; G Pat Howell; TE Mike McClaskey; T Eric Moran; G Mike Munchak; LB Avon Riley; MG Brian Sochia; WR Herkie Walls; TE Jamie Williams; RB Butch Woolfolk. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (11) — LB Dave Ahrens; C Don Bailey; T Karl Bal- dischwlller; TE Pat Beach; T Mark Kirchner: T Jim Mills; LB Cliff Odom; QB Mike Pagel; DB Tote Randle; G Ben Utt; DT Brad White. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (9) — T Matt Herkenhoff; DB Greg Hill; LB Ken Jolly; DB Albert Lewis; OL Adam Lingner; WR Henry Marshall: C Bob Rush; TE Willie Scott; T Billy Shields. LOS ANGELES RAIDERS (5) — DE Lyle Alzado; PK Chris Bohr; G Charley Soccer MISL standings Golf LPGA scores MIAMI (AP) — Second-round scores Friday in the $200,000 Elizabeth Arden Baltimore Minnesota Pittsburgh Cleveland Dallas Chicago San Diego Wichita All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. 16 10 .615 15 12 13 12 13 13 15 15 9 15 .556 .520 .500 .500 .375 Wettern Division 19 6 .760 15 12 .556 GB IV, 2V, 3 3 6 Hannah; RB Frank Hawkins; G Curt Marsh. LOS ANGELES RAMS (19) - G Russ Bolinger; LB Ed Brady; LB Jim Collins; NT Charles DeJurnett; DE Reggie Doss; WR Bobby Duckworth; LB Carl Ekern; WR Henry Ellard; DB Tim Fax; DE Dennis Harrison; IB Mark Jerue; QB Jeff Kemp; LB Jim Laughlin; NT Shawn Miller; LB Mel Owens; DB Mike Pleasant; DE Doug Reed: C Doug Smith; RB Charles White. MIAMI DOLPHINS (6) — DE Bill Barnert; DE Doug Betters; G Steve Clark; DB Mike Kozlowski: G Ed Newman; RB Tom Vigprlto. MINNESOTA VIKINGS (12) — DB Rufus Bess; G Brent Boyd; T Grant Feasel; LB Dennis Fowlkes; OL Dave Huffman; TE Steve Jordan: DB Carl Lee: TE Mike Mularkey: RB Darrin Nelson; DB Keith Nord; C Dennis Swllley; T Terry Tausch. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (16) — DE Julius Adams; C Pete Brock; DE Smiley Creswell: QB Steve Grogan; WR Greg Hawthorne; LB Brian Ingram; DB Roland James; DB Ronnie Lippett; DB Fred Mar- ion: C Guy Morriss: LB Steve Nelson; T Art PlunkeH; QB Tom Ramsey; LB Ed Reynolds; DE Toby Williams: G Ron Woolen. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (15) — RB Earl Campbell; G Kelvin Clark; TE Larry Hardy; C Steve Korte; LB Scott Pelluer; G Petey Perot; WR Carl Roaches; OL Jim Rourke; TE John Tice; QB Richard Todd; DB Willie Tullls; DE Frank Warren; DB Dave Waymer; RB Wayne Wilson: WR Tyrone Young. NEW YORK GIANTS (7) — RB Rob Carpenter; RB Tony Galbreath; PK All Hail-Sheikh; TE Don Hasselbeck; DB Ken Hill; TE Vyto Kab; WR Byron Williams. NEW YORK JETS (5) — IB Scott Collins; DB Larry Flowers; T Reggie McElroy; WR Kurt Sohn; LB John Woodrlng. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (11) — NT Ken Clarke; DB Herman Edwards; DB Elbert Foules; TE John Goode; QB Ron Jaw- orskl; LB Rich Kraynak; RB Jalro Pen- aranda; LB Mike Relchenbach; TE John Spagnola; DE Thomas Strauthers; DB Andre Waters. PITTSBURGH STEELERS (6) — RB Walter Abercrombie; DB Harvey Clayton; QB Mark Malone; T Pete'Rostosky; RB Todd Spencer; DB Robert Williams. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (16) — DE Al Baker; LB Charles Baker; DT Mark Duda; DB Jeff Griffin; DT Elols Grooms; RB Perry Harrington; LB Bob Harris; LB Thomas Howard; DB Bobby Johnson: RB Randy Love; DB Cedric Mack; DE Stafford Mays; RB Stump Mitchell; T Tootle Robbins; C Carlos Scott; WR Pat Tilley. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (8) - T Sam Claphon; QB Joe Dufek; WR Charlie Joiner; T Gary Kawalski; LB Derrie Nelson; DB Lucious Smith, PK Bob Thomas; DB Danny Walters. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (17) — G John Ayers; DE Dwalne Board; DB Tim Collier; IB Rlki Ellison; T Keilh Fohnhorst; DE John Harty; DB Dwight Hicks; C John Hill; DT Gary Johnson; LB Jim Kovach; LB Fulton Kuykendall; LB Dana McLemore; WR Renaldo Nehemiah; P Max Runager; DE Jim Stuckey; RB Wendell Tyler; PK Ray Worsening. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (22) - G Edwin Bailey; G Jon Borchardt; DE Jeff Bryant; LB Keith Butler; WR Raymond Butler; T Bob Cryder: T Ron Esslnk; P Dave Finzer; DB John Harris; LB John Kaiser; QB Jeff Komlo; QB Dave Krieg; RB Eric Lane; LB Sam Merrimon; RB Randall Morris; RB Rick Parros; G Robert Pratt; TE Dan Ross; LB Bruce Scholtz: DB Keith Simpson; WR Bryan Walker; TE Charlie Young. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (21) - RB Adger Armstrong; WR Theo Bell; LB Scot Brantley; RB Leon Bright; WR Gerald Carter; DB Jeremiah Castillo; DB Craig Curry; G Sean Farrell; C Randy Grimes; LB Cecil Johnson; LB Dennis Johnson; T Ken Kaplan; LB Larry Kubin; G Rick Mallory; RB George Peoples; DE Lee Roy Salmon: C Joe Shearin; RB Ron Springs; DB Ivory Sully; TE Mark Wltte; T George Yarno. WASHINGTON REDSKINS (11) — QB Sieve Bortkowski; DB Ken Coffey; IB Monle Coleman; P Steve Cox; TE Clint Didler; G Bruce Kimboll; DE Dexter Manley; WR Mark McGrath; T .Dan McQuald; RB John Riggins: RB George Rogers. NFL draft order NEW YORK (AP) — The order for the 1986 Notional Football League collegiate draft to be held April 29 in New York: 1. Tampa Bay 2. Atlanta 3. Houston 4. New Orleans 5. St. Louis 6. Indianapolis 7. Kansas City 8. Minnesota 9. Pittsburgh 10. Philadelphia 11. Cincinnati 12. Detroit 13. San Diego 14. San Diego from Green Bay 15. Seattle 16. Buffalo from Cleveland 17. Atlanta from Washington 18. San Francisco 19. New York Giants 20. Dallas 21. Cincinnati from Denver 22. New York Jets 23. Los Angeles Rams 24. Los Angeles Raiders 25. Tampa Boy from Miami 26. New England 27. Chicago NOTE: There will be only 27 first-round selections in 1986. Buffalo will not have a first-round choice because of a trade with Cleveland involving supplemental draft rights to Bernie Kasar. AT STOCKTON Phllllplburg 30, Stockton U 98 — Johnson (P) won by forfeif. 105 - Blew (P) pinned Reichard. 112 Rogers (P) pinned G.Dryden. 119 — Hanchett (P) doc. Sander, 6-2. 126 — Gager (S) dec. Swatzell, 10-2. 132 — Rankin (P) dec. Miller, 9-4. 138 — Hown (P) pinned D.Dryden. 145 — Reed (S) won by forfeit. 155 — Jones (S) pinned Peterson. 167 — Slansky (S) dec. Mayer, 7-4. 185 — Open; Hwt. — Bedore dec. Leldig, 17-4. . Thursday's Results AT RUSSELL TMP-Marion J2, Russell 19 98 — Double forfeit. 105 — Pederson (TMP) won by forfeit. 112 - Ewers (R) dec. M.Flax, 11-8. 119 — Cain (R) dec. Kneisler, 12-2. 126 — Pltcock (R) dec. Malleck, 15-9.132 — Greenwood (TMP) pinned Homewood. 138 — Young (R) dec. K.Flox, 6-2. 145 — Munsch (TMP) pinned Schremmer. 155 — T.Flax (TMP) dec. Lyczak, 6-2. 167 — Peters (TMP) won by technical fall over Haberer, 18-2. 185 - Vlnton (TMP) dec. Maske, 15-3. Hwt. — ludlow (R) won by forfeit. Sunflower poll Prep Rankings Clots 6A — 1. Derby; 2. Emporia; 3. Stanley-Blue Valley; 4. Wichita North; 5. leavenwnrih; 6. Manhattan; 7. Topeka West; 8. Garden City; 9. Shawnee Mission West; 10. Wichita South. Class 5A — 1. Wichita Kapaun-MI. Carmel; 2. Arkansas City: 3. Hays; 4. McPherson; 5. Independence; 6. Topeka Woshburn Rural; 7. Solina Central; 8. Newton; 9. Salina South; 10. Haysvllle- Campus. Class 4A — 1. Belolt; 2. Columbus; 3. Augusta; 4. Andover; 5. Wellington; 6. Colby; 7. Andale; B. Concordia; 9. Phillipsburg; 10. Goodland. Clan 3-2-1A -1. Oberlin; 2. Hoxle; 3. Southeast of Saline: 4. St. Francis; 5. Hill City; 6. Plalnvllle; 7. Osborne; 8. Douglass; 9. Leavenworth Immaculata; 10. Kinsley, Smith Center. Etc. Wrestling Prep results ATBELOIT Molt 51, Minneapolis 15 98 — K.Kadel (B) dec. Twaddell, 15-0. 105 — Dinkie (M) pinned McGoughey, :47.112 — Keiser (M) won by forfeit. 119 - L.Kadel (B) pinned Small. :42. 126 — Peters (8) dec. Bodley, 18-2. 132 — Crowder (M) dec. Bunger, 5-2. 138 — Johnson (B) pinned Smith, 1:08. 145 — Harr (B) pinned Hamm, 3:07. 155 — Schenk (B) pinned Cantor, 1:13. 167 — Slelter (B) won by forfeit. 185 — Gasfley (B) won by forfeit. Hwt. — Heiman (B) dec. Vass, 5-0. Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American league BOSTON RED SOX—Signed Joe Sambito, pitcher, to a minor league contract, CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Signed Juan Agosto and Jerry Dan Gleaton, pitchers, Dave Cochrane, Inflelder, and Rudy Law, outfielder, to one-year contracts. DETROIT TIGERS-Slgned Bill Campbell, pitcher, to a one-year contract. National League MONTREAL EXPOS-Signed Doug Frobel, outfielder, and Brian Holman, pitcher, to one-year contracts. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Acquired Bob McAdoo, forward, from the the Los Angeles Lakers after the Lakers failed to match Philadelphia's free-agent offer sheet. HOCKEY National Hockey League MONTREAL CANADIENS-Traded Kent Carlson, defenseman, to the St. Louis Blues for Graham Herring, de- fenseman, and a fifth-round choice in the 1986 entry draft. TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS—Sent Dan Hodgson, center, Todd Gill, defense- man, and Gary Leeman, wing, to St. Catharines of the American Hockey League. SOCCER Major Indoor Soccer League KANSAS CITY COMETS—Traded Tasso Koulsoukos, midfielder, to the Minnesota Strikers for John Bain, midfielder. Pool results SAUNA MIXED POOL LEAGUES Busch Monday Mixers Rad's Game Plan 4, Boondocks Silver Bullets I; Red Kitten Terminators 3, Animal House Trappers 2; Red Kitten Misfits 3, Ranger's South Forty 2; Cheers II Bandilos 3, Cheers II Chalkers 2; Cheers II Originals 3, Animal House Cubs Butch Wednetday Guys t Gait Cheers II Bandits 4, Cheers II Sharpshooters 1; Animal House Destroyers 3, Animal House Players 2; Animal House Skinners 3, Bachelor's Inn Renegades 2; Red Kitten 8-Balls 3, Red Kitten Wildcats 2. Busch 21-Club Brass Rail A-Team 4, Golden Unicorn 1; Eddie's Club Roughnecks 4, VFW Scratch Pads 1; Western Playgirl A-Team 3, Sale Barn Kamakazees 2; Moose Heaer 3, legion Street Walkers 2; Eddie's Club Rednecks 3, Western Playgirl B- Team 2. SAUNA MEN'S POOL LEAGUE Ranger's Sleak House 13, Animal House 12; Blue lounge 10, Red Kitten I S; Game Plan 9, Ranger's Tavern 6; Animal House II8, Red Kitten II7. Standing! — Ranger's Steak House, 17-1; Animal House I, 15-3; Ranger's Tavern, 13-4; BSE Pest Control, 9-8; Game Plan, 9-8; Blue Lounge, 8-9: Animal House II, 7-9; Red Kitten 1,7-11; Edge Inn, 5-11; Red Kitten II, 3-14; Animal House III, 1-17.

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