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school basketball Girls Tournaments CLAFLIN INVITATIONAL Flrtt Place TMP-Marlan 51, Clallln 41 Claflln u 7 12 8 — 41 TMP-Marian 10 17 14 10 — 51 Clallln — L.Felst 10, J.Feist 4, Letourneau 2, Soaken 2, Schlesslnger 17, Strube 6. TMP-Marian — Dennlngs 3, Rice 12, Flax 18, Brull U, BrungardU. Third Place Bazlne 38, Lamed 35 Bailne n 13 6 8 — 38 Lamed 12 8 1 14 — 35 Bailne — Belize 6, Crwshaw 8, Koerner 8, Morgan 1, Anlenen 15. lamed — Bryant 4, Loomis 16, Tobler 3, Ughttoot 5, Kelly 5, Renshaw 2. Fifth Place Ellinwood 77, Holslngton 30 Holslngton 8 3 13 6 — 30 Ellinwood 9 26 26 16 — 77 Hoisington — Morgenslern 5, Peterson 1, Higglns 8, Kear 4, Spainhoward 4, Polzln 4, Weisner2, Jeroue2. Ellinwood — Kinslnger 3, Fathlng 3, Thill 16, Whltmer 24, Wilson 13, Hood 4, Meyer 2, Blays 8, Codner4. MINNEAPOLIS INVITATIONAL Semifinals Canton-Galva 76, Minneapolis 66 Canton-Galvo 24 17 13 22 — 76 Minneapolis 21 15 12 18 — 66 Canton-Galva — Diane Wedel 26, Baldwin 4, Udeggan 1 5, Debra Wedel 20, Unruh 11. Minneapolis — Weis 3, Bremerman 12, Lull 4, Heikes 16, Keating 10, Klein 5, Allison 6, Cleveland 10. Concordla 63, Russell 45 Russell 15 12 9 9 — 45 Concordla 14 2S 10 11—63 Russell — Flagler 4, Luding 2, Wagner 6, McCrarylS, Gray 18. Concordla — Budreau 7, Erkenbrack 2, Halst 8, Chavey 21, Simpson 17, Toogood 3, Hoyden 2, Gallagher 3. BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE At Blue Rapids Semifinals Linn 44, Hanover 43 Hanover 4 16 16 7 — 43 Linn 11 8 18 7 — 44 Hanover — Kruse 11, Hennenberg 4, Coufal 9, Meier 15, Bruno 4. Linn — K.Herrs 6, L.Herrs 4, Dislnger 10, Wilgers 4, Wiechman 11, Hern 9. GLACIER'S EDGE At Emporla Semifinals Emporla 52, Chase County 42 Emporia 10 13 14 15 — 52' 'ChaseCounty 12 18 2 10 — 42 Emporia — Hudson 6, Carlson 4, Jameson 4, K.Quayle 8, S.Quayle 2, Anderson 7, Kuech- enmelster 13, Henrikson 4, Werner 4. Chase County — Dawson 4, M.Ouderkirk 18, Starkey2, RettigerS, A.Ouderkirk 13. Consolation Semifinals Derby 53, Council Grove 47 Derby 6 13 13 21—53 Council Grove 19 8 11 9 — 47 Derby — Smalls 8, Balch 7, Hedrich 8, Walton 11, Rinke 6, Young 2, Carter 11. Council Grove — Andres 7, McGlnnis 2, Hickman 6, Tibbetts 26, Delay 6. Regular season Pike Valley 52, Jewell 42 PikeValley 12 15 8 17 — 52 Jewell 4 9 11 18 — 42 Pike Valley — Sothers 15, Larson 4, Vetetc 5, Johnson 2, Nyland 12, Hurtig 10, Frost 2, Odell 2. Jewell — Zimmer 2, S'.ute 4, Winkel 4, ' S.BIackmore 6, Blomberg 2, Schumacher 8, C.Blackmore3, Budke 13. Wheatland 59, laCrone 27 laCrosse 6 6 4 13 —27 Wheatland 10 20 17 12 — 59 LaCrosse — Schroder 11, Brenlng 4, Oborny 2, Herrman 4, Collins 6. Wheatland — Ziegler 16, Kali 13, J.Selensky 10, Heill6, LSelensky 6, Heler6,Maurath2. SJ-Beloit 47, Glasco 27 Glasco 673 11—27 SJ-Beloll 17 14 10 6 — 47 Glasco — Dowlln 9, Dywer 6, Lynch 2, Hirsch 2, KellerS, Berndt2,Cool3. St. John's-Belolt — A.Eilert 6, Stover 9, K.EIIert 11, Walter 6, Slrelt 2, Mother 4, Deneke 1, Cordel 8. Wilson 53, TescoH 42 Wilson 15 12 12 14 — 53 Tescolt 4 15 19 4 — 42 Wilson — Vanek 3, Lanti 10, Unrein 2, Ehrllch 8, Vopat 18, Reeves 9, Brakes 3. Tescott — Berkley 14, Dlederlck 17, Reed 9, Nelson 2. Ellis 32, Hill City 27 Ellis 976 10 — 32 Hill City 2 4 12 98 — 27 Ellis — McClelland 4, Fischer 12, Armbrlster 1, Kohl 2, Schoenberger 7, Honas 6. Hill City — Kreutzer 7, Jones 2, Cramer 9, Showers 3, Sharps 6. Jennings 47, Kensington 34 Jennings 14 6 8 19 — 47 Kensington 8 6 4 16 — 34 Jennings — Brooks 21, Krlzek 2, Cressler 2, Carter 6, L.DIederlch 8, T.Diederlch 8. Kensington — Beckman 6, Hudson 2, Haun 12, Jackson 2, Kreln 4, Struckhofl 2, Wolf 2, Ostholl2,Hlnes2. Logan 62, Lenora 41 Lenora 8 11 11 11—41 Logan 10 27 19 6 — 62 lenora — Barlow 12, Otter 5, davld 15, Rutherford 5, Gorratt 4. Logan — Altman 15, mudlerS, Pakkebler 13, Kapps 6, Voss 4, Schemper 8, Nlblock 10, Hoch 1. Victoria 55, Osborne 40 Victoria 8 17 14 16 — 55 Osborne 14 8 9 9 — 40 Victoria — Schrant 5, Ruder 8, Brungardt 8, Austin 15, Ann Younger 6, Amy Younger 13. Osborne — Henke 11, Lomax 14, Sturgewon 7,Brummer4,Dletz4. Atwood 57, Oberlln 55 Atwood 20 11 18 8 — 57 Oberlin 11 16 16 12 — 55 Atwood — Mickey 10, Staler 20, Roberts 4, Bondurant 7, Vap 8, Carson 1, Mayfield 7. Oberlln — Russell 1, Juenemann 10, Wilson 1, Richards 19,0'Toole 14, Votopka 6, Fortln 4. Grlnnell 58, Sharon Springs 52 Sharon Springs 9 11 6 26 — 52 Grinnell 14 20 12 12 — 58 Sharon Springs — Martin 15, D.Van Laeys 12, Cloyd 6, Fischer 6, Unruh 6, P.Van Laeys 4, FuentezS. Grinnell — S.Struckhoff 29, Karen Struckhoff 19, Zimmerman 4, Jackie Baalman 2, Janelle Baalamn 2, Karla Struckhofl 2. Stockton 60, Phlllipsburg 32 Stockton 12 19 14 15 — 60 Phlllipsburg 4 17 5 6 — 32 Stockton — Oliva 2, Krlley 16, Miller 21, MCDowell 8, Mulr 2, Kuhlman 1, Conyac 10. Phillipsburg — Lemon 4, Innes 2, Northup 2, Reed 2, Heersink 2, Burton 14, Wickham 6. Northern Valley 80, Eastern Hts. 27 Eastern Heights 8 8 5 6 — 27 Northern Valley 20 21 21 18 — 80 Eastern Heights — Jana Atchlson 6, Capps 6, Mooney 4, K.Molzahn 2, Stockman 6, Jones 2, Bretton 2. Northern Valley — Covlngton 4, Davis 22, Ross 11, Kaiser 18, Vallln 8, Alexander 6, Frlckey 4, Wilson 2, Stutterheim 5. Lucas-Luray 53, Waconda East 44 Lucas-Luray 12 21 10 10 — 53 Waconda East 7 14 9 14 — 44 Lucas-Luray — Schultz 6, Wlnckler 21, Holecek 8, Francis 2, Wilson 6, Brozek 10. Waconda East — Kresin 11, Thllle 4, McCune 7, Helvey 7, White 13, Nailer 2. Miltonvale 49, North Central 47 North Central 9 10 14 14 — 47 Miltonvale 12 19 6 12 — 49 North Central — Rhine 4, Zenger 3, Kerr 22, PrellwitzIO, Brown 8. Miltonvale — Turner 6, Bulleigh 2, Glrard 2, Foster 13, Lobaugh 24, Rauch 2. Sylvan Grove 57, Gorham 36 Gorham 897 12 — 36 Sylvan Grove 12 20 15 10 — 57 Gorham — K.Welgel 5, T.Weigel 2, Nowak 7, Murphy 13, SchmlttS, Munk2, Brungardt 2. Sylvan Grove — Tlllett 5, Splitter 2, L.Schoen 9, Lawson 4, A.Wiles 25, Pounds 8, V.Schoen 2, D .Wiles 2. White Rock 57, Hillcrest 41 White Rock 20 12 11 14—57 Hillcrest 11 10 4 16 — 41 White Rock — Callaway 12, Franco 17, Wymon 14, Roe 6, Bonser 6, Reiner) 2. Hillcrest — Shoemaker 28, Havel 2, Cherney 6, Adcox 2, Scotl 3. Natoma 69, Downs 49 Downs 10 20 8 11—49 Natoma 22 16 12 19 — 69 Downs — Grady 16, Gradig 10, R.Roe 7, N.Roe 6, Wagner 6, DeBey 4. Natoma — Tatkenhorst 20, Chrisler 17, A.Pruter 15, L.Pruter 14, Ginther 2, Mason 1. Lincoln 68, Tlpton 46 Lincoln 16 22 13 17-68 Tlpton 13 13 10 10-46 Lincoln — Walker 6, Lyne 8, Byarlay 20, Bolte 3, Veverka 2, Bacon 18, Haesemeyer 2, Wollesen 2, VanAmberg?. Tlpton — S.Hake 25, Dubbert 7, Schmltt 4, J.Hake4,Eck6. Boys Tournaments L Morland82,Palco30 Palco 4 8 12 6 — 30 Morland 29 23 17 13 — 82 Palco — Desaire 6, Roy 3, D.Lambert 4, Ayers 2, Hamel 6, Cole 5, L.Lambert 1, Brln 2, Plfer 1. Morland — L.Keith 29, Brungardt 1, Rich- meler9, Riedel 10, Schamberger22, J.Keith 11. Ness City 49, Jetmore 43 Jetmore 8 10 8 17 — 43 Ness City 14 11 9 15 — 49 Jetmore — Kline 6, A.Phillips 8, L.Phillips 17, PAge 4, Seybold 7, Bergman 1. Ness City — Beck 2, Whlpple 7, Johnson 6, Lawrence 14, Benedict 10, Worth 6, Goodman 1, Harmison 3. Mankalo 49, Nelson, Neb. 37 • Nelson 868 15 — 37 Mankato 16 11 12 10 — 49 Nelson — S.Menke 4, Brudik4, M.Menke 15, Mertens 10. Mankato — Mahler 6, Thelander 2, Icom 18, Grout 13, Railsback 4, Kimminau 2. Norton 61, WaKeeney 35 WaKeeney 10 8 8 9 — 35 Norton 18 20 16 7 — 61 WaKeeney — Hlxson 6, C.Zeigler 12, Parke 4, Dletz 2, Scott 3, Berg 2, Moden 4, A.ZIegler 2. Norton — Stutterheim 20, McEwen 14, Roe 1, Wahlmeier 1, Cox 2, Ryan 4, Schrum 7, Scherer 12. Ransom 47, Qulnter 38 Ransom ' 11 19 4 13 — 47 Qulnter B 6 12 12 — 38 Ransom — Huxman 7, Moran 6, Neyer 3. Thompson 2, Evil 8, Harris 8, Luetters 13. Qulnter — Norton 23, Reinecker 2, Loevenstein 7, Graham 3, Walt 1, Zerr 2. Wak*fl«ld48.St.Xovler37 Wakefleld 14 13 10 11—48 St.Xavier 0 12 9 16 — 37 Wakefleld — McGeeney 1, Carpenter 2, Kitchener 4, Sherbert 6, Neuberger 8, Steppe 8, Bergmeler IB, Eenhuis 1. St. Xavier — Pinsince 2, Llchtenhan 4, M.Mohoney 12, C.Moloney 6, Davis 4, J.MoloneyS, Parker2, Meseke4. Cheylln 44, Brewster 35 Brewster 1 8 8 10 —35 Cheylln H ^ 12 14 — 44 Brewster — Eicher 4, Gllley 6, Kramer 15, R.Randolph 2, W.Randolph 8. Cheylln — J.Voorhies 14, T.Seymour 10, R.Voorhies 7, Nelsen 9, Antholz 2. N.Seymour 2. Plalnvllle 53, Smith Center 52 Smith Center 8 16 14 14 — 52 Ploinville 10 14 15 14 — 53 Smith Center — Curtis 8, Lovewell 16, Peterson 9, Railsback 4, Cornlord 15. Plainville — Hemphlll 9, Knlpp 1, Langueln 16, ftsher 2, N.Ong 5, C.Ong 14, Wilkerson 6. Pike Valley 42, Jewell 31 PlkeVolley 6 10 12 14 — 42 Jewell 6 8 8 9 — 31 Pike Valley — Stromberg 10, Burgess 6, Lorlng6, Mlksell 4, Sothers 12, Mahln4. Jewell — Budke 11, Kershner 10, Wheeler 4, Kemmerer 4, Bourbon 2. Hoxle 88, St. Francis 71 St. Francis 12 14 21 24 — 71 Hoxie 21 17 30 20 — 88 St. Francis — Lewis 17, Porter 2, Shay 2, Bandel 6, Gutsch 11, Stang 11, Dalkenbring 2, Rath 12, Braclln6, Pfelfer2. Hoxle — Kennedy 4, Riemer 4, K.Taylor 2, Barnes 29, Gedrdes 16, B.Krannawltter 2, D.Taylor 11, Hemman 2, K.Krannawltter 14, Murphy 4, Logan 62, Lenora 61 lenora 12 21 16 12 — 61 Logan 12 19 14 17 — 62 Lenora — Van Diest 15, Barlow 10, Jones 13, Stephens 7, Teel 16. Logan — Altman 40, lowry 8, Wallgren 5, Kapps 3, Lohrmeyer 6. Hlllsboro64,Lyons55 Lyons 13 18 8 16 — 55 Hlllsboro 20 14 14 16 — 64 Lyons — Martinie 9, Johnson 18, Lange 2, Simms 6, Brian McClure 2, Bob McClure 8, Rush 10. Hlllsboro — Funk 4, Brenneman 19, Thomas 16, Arnold3, Nickel8, Blochlinger2, Vajnar 12. Hesston 80, Halstead 51 Halstead 12 14 6 19 — 51 Hesston 20 16 20 24 — 80 Halstead — Stucky 8, Williams 8, Epp 8, Allen 8, Fisher 3, Nolle 8, McGinn 8. Hesston — Regler 5, Reubke 6, Patterson 2, J.Osborne 32, Esposito 7, Schroeder 10, Gin- gersch 1, Wlens 4, Walton 2, Isaacs 8, Warders 3. Kensington 105, Jennings 50 Jennings 10 12 14 14 — 50 Kensington 24 19 26 36—105 Jennings — Boyle 4, Vanover 10, Hartzog 5, Trlmmell 2, Vacura 8, Brook* 7, Hellman 1, Wahlmeier 13. Kensington — Hoverson 20, Ratlift 26, Struckhoff 12, Hudson 8, Hrabe 14, Rust 10, GrauerhollJ, CurreyS, Miller 2, HardacreS. North Central 76, Miltonvale 42 NorthCentral 19 21 16 20—76 Miltonvale 6 15 11 10 — 42 North Central — Grove 10, M.Miller 20, E.Miller 11, Morey 20, Durst 4, Brad Livingston 8, Bruce Livingston 1, Ecuyer 2. Miltonvale — Pfelfer 6, Moss 7, Copple 7, Chartler4, Tale 4, Reveil 14. Sharon Springs 60, Grinnell 47 Sharon Springs 14 10 18 18 — 60 Grinnell 13 6 16 12—47 Sharon Springs — Jones 18, Vincent 10, J.Boone 10, Bussen 6, Hatton 6, M.Boone 6, Renner4. Grinnell — Ostmeyer 15, Tholen 15, Boeger 11, Heler 6. Natoma 56, Downs 38 Downs 489 17 — 38 Natoma 17 14 13 11—56 Downs — Mick 7, Mertz 2, Streit 7, Arnold 9, True 5, Renken 2, Fisher 2, Schreiber 4. Natoma — Meitler 4, Eickoff 8, Pfortmiller 1, Brad Ward 9, Bryan Ward 16, Haberer 14, Hackmeister4. Lucas-Luray 57, Waconda East 41 Lucas-Luray 12 20 14 11—57 Waconda East 4 10 10 17 — 41 Lucas-Luray — Smith 16, Ward 20, Schultz 11, Naylor 8, Moore 1, Brown 1. Waconda East — Hurren 4, Hennes 7, Terry 12, Duskie 10, Neifert 4, LaRocque4. Topeka High 95, Junction City 72 TopekaHIgh 23 26 24 22 — 95 Junction City 15 19 19 19 — 72 Topeka High — Barnes 3, Broadnax 6, Morgan 18, Stecklein 10, Hudson 18, Fillyaw 15, Unrein 2, Protor 22, Clark 1. Junction City — Moon 1, Domer 18, Turner 23, Smith 6, Klghton 4, Storks 3, Snipes 10, Clause 3, McAfee 2, Handy 2. Belleville 49, Concordla 47 Belleville 12 12 15 10 — 49 Concordla 12 13 14 8 — 47 Belleville — Hobelmann 2, Marquart 8, McEwen 10, Deterdlng 10, Lambert 17, Lev- andossky 2. Concordlo — Chrlstensen 10, Callteux 17, HalstB, Chester3, Dick 5, Ventz4. Norton 57, WaKeeney 48 WaKeeney 18 8 8 14 —48 Norton 15 14 11 17 — 57 WaKeeney — Sadrizus 2, Riedel 22, Mclntosh 12, Mai 4, Flax 2, 6ieker6. Norton — Ambrosler 13, McClallen 15, Carlton 6, Griffey 4, Sanko 8, Myers 11. Plalnvllle 75, Smith Center 61 S.nith Center 15 11 16 19 — 61 Plainville 19 15 18 23—75 Smith Center — Rorabaugh 16, Terrill 20, Barla 12, Lambert 7, Orr 4, Voorheis 2. Plainville — Drelllng 4, Krebs 19, Louse 11, Johnson 4, Gaschler 19, Patrick 2, Wright 16. Osborne 52, Victoria 49 Victoria 11 8 17 13 — 49 Osborne 10 U 14 16 — 52 Victoria — K.DInkel 2, C.Dinkel 12, Basgall 4, Berens 13, Rohleder 16, Wellbrock 2. Osborne — D.Wolters 6, J.Wolters 17, Dalse 13, Golladay 10, Carswell 6. Remington 65, Sedgwlck 53 Sedgwick 19 8 12 14 — 53 Remington 8 17 18 22 — 65 Sedgwick — Warren 8, D.Kingsley 17, Liby 4, Davis U. Willis 9, Ayalo 4. Remington — Austin 17, B.Gray 15, Frerklng 2, T.Gray 4, Innskeep 19, Cowan 4, Carter4. Marysvllle 86, Nemaha Valley 62 Nemaho Valley 11 17 8 26 — 62 Marysvllle 17 34 26 9 — 86 Nemoha Volley — Murphy 7, Elsenbaeth 2, T.GIissman 8, Rottinghaus 6, E.GIIssman 9, Frangman 9, Schnelzle 10, Robke 11. Marysville — Nagely 21, Fragel 3, Padden 14, Kraemer 13, Chaulk 10, Wright 17, Spellman2, Argo6. Wilson 75, Tescott 56 Wilson 16 16 18 25 — 75 Tescott 15 13 13 15 — 56 Wilson — Bristow 10, Popp 2, Hunter 8, Fritschen 19, Princ20, SoukupS, Reeves 8. Tescott — Haines 8, Berkley 2, Loveless 6, Winters 6, Webb 8, Sander* 9, Blttler 17. Nlckerson 80, Holslngton 69 Holslngton 10 12 18 29-69 Nlckerson 15 21 22 22-80 Holslngton — Monger 8, Dodroll 16, Lane 3, Dautsch 11, Nicholson 17, JahnkeB, Statler6. Nlckerson — Stange 27, Schneider 20, White 8, Farr 14, Griffith 5, Cole 5, Brown 2, Brlggs 2. The Salina Journal Saturday, February 1,1986 Page 15 Spartans finaUy get some good news Bern72,Onoga51 Onaga 8 13 18 12 — 51 Bern 21 21 10 20 — 72 Onaga — Hefty 12, Nolte 3, Folk 14, Mark Elder 4, Matt Elder 2, Krohn 4, Wheeler 11, McDowell 1. Bern — C.Bradley 14, Kunzi 5, Bredemeler 27, Hartter 10, Frey 10, Wlttmer 2, B.Bradley 2, Droggy 2. Northern Valley 62, Eastern Heights 54 Eastern Heights 19 12 ~11 12 — 54 Northern Valley 17 15 18 12 — 62 Eastern Heights — Mooney 13, Rose 4, Johnson 15, Solida 16, Babcock2, Davis 4. Northern Valley — Stutterheim 10, Lowery 12, Vallln 15, Baird 13, Vincent 10, Bach 2. Cheylln 51, Brewster42 Brewster 12 12 10 8 — 42 Cheylin ' 11 10 11 19 — 51 Brewster — Beecher 16, Whlttaker 8, Garcia 4, Richards 6, Hllleman 4, Curry 4. Cheylln — Bressler 6, Magnani 8, Mclntosh 7, Penner 8, M.Waters 14, J.Waters 8. ByBRADCATT Assistant Sports Editor The Marymount men's basketball team, which has had a seemingly endless run of bad fortune on and off the court this season, received some good news late Friday afternoon. Spartan coach Dan Pratt learned 6-* sophomore forward Lonnie Sanders has regained his academic eligibility and will be available to play tonight when Pratt Marymount entertains the Langston (Okla.) Lions in Smoot Gymnasium. Sanders, who appeared to be a shoo-in to capture All-District 10 honors two months ago, averaged 17 points a game before being declared academically ineligible on Jan. 4. He was suffering from both an ankle injury and a defensive slump at the time. "His ankle is not one hundred percent but it's close," Pratt said. "If he comes back and plays like he did the first five games (when he averaged almost 22 points a game), he can help us. But if he plays like he did the last ten games, he won't. He just wasn't guarding anybody." Pratt also learned Friday the Spartans have gained the services of transfer Steve Robinson. The 6-3 junior swingman was the Most Valuable Player last season at Central College ofMcPherson. "I don't know how much he will help us on offense but he's a good defensive player," Pratt said. While Sanders and Robinson regained their eligibility, Pratt said junior swingman Doug Butler, who averaged 15 points through Marymount's first 18 games, will not return to the Spartan roster this season. "He's four hours short (academically)," the MC coach said. "But he'll be in class this spring and we expect him back next year.'' Tonight's contest, which tips off at 7:30, will mark Marymount's first home outing since the Marymount- McDonald's Invitational on Dec. '2728 in the Bicentennial Center. Marymount, which is riding a school-record five-game losing streak, brings an 11-12 record into tonight's game. The Spartans are 4-0 in Smoot Gym this season but they haven't played a game on their home court since defeating Kansas Newman (87-B4) on Dec. 9. "We're looking forward to playing again in Smoot Gym," Pratt said. "It's nice not having to get in a vehicle to go someplace." Coyotes face Sterling at Muir Gym tonight BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE At Blue Rapids Semifinal* Hanover 59, Clifton-Clyde 57 Clifton-Clyde 8 24 17 8 — 57 Hanover 15 17 13 14 — 59 Clifton-Clyde — Bechard 9, Stenberg 26, Branfort 10, Anderson 4, Newell 8. Hanover — Jed Hynek 13, Jene Hynek 7, A.Hynek 2, BrunaS, Feldkamp 13, Doebele 16. Fifth Place Linn 67, Rlley County 50 Rlley County 12 17 14 7 — 50 Linn 16 15 19 17 — 67 Rlley County — S.Johnson 21, D.Johnson 2, C.CIork 7, T.Clark 6, Gibson 6, Hedmon 8. Linn — Savage 16, Bott 10, Oestreich 21, Wllkens 4, Damman 6, Hern 8, Winter 2. Regular season Westmoreland 54, White City 38 White City 7 10 9 12 — 38 Westmoreland 12 14 16 12 — 54 White City — Jansen 9, Herplch 2, Holm 20, Kohnt3,Morand4. Westmoreland — Goehring 12, T.Ebert 11, K.Ebert 2, B.Hayes 8, T.Hayes 2, Finan 8, Gallagher 9, Dekat 2. Pratt 65, Lamed 40 Lamed 10 4 9 17—40 Pratt 14 12 16 23 — 65 Larned — Walton 7, Seaman 2, Holmberg 2, Perez 8, Prosier 2, Aldrlch 6, Forrest 5, Mead 4, Barker 4. Pratt — Hoeme 17, Wood 11, Frantz 15, Howell 8, Kramer 6, Courbot 6, Martin 2. Sylvan Grove 74, Gorham 39 Gorham 9 10 6 14 —39 Sylvan Grove 20 10 19 25 — 74 Gorham — K.Brungardt 8, McCartney 10, Reid 5, Nowak 8, Klee 6, Daniel 2. Sylvan Grove — Hiitter 2, Hurlbut 16, Nelson 21, Jensen 14, Hynes 7, Trapp 4, Thaemert 4, Howg 1, Splitter 3, Gunzelman 2. Mankato 71, Nelson, Neb. 46 Nelson 11 9 10 16 — 46 Mankato 20 16 20 15 — 71 Nelson — Buresh 5, Schleufer 2, Schutte 13. B|orgvlnsson 22, Miller 2, Murray 2. Mankato — Gonzalez 5, Benolt 15, Alexander 19, Mike Schlotterback 4, Johanek 14, Bothwell 4, Mark Schlotterback 2, Koester 2, Glllett 3, Basort 1, Roberts 2. Wheatland 81, LaCrosse 70 LaCrosse 15 17 18 20 — 70 Wheatland 14 23 30 14 — 81 LaCrosse — Kuhn 10, Legleiter 4, Oborny 23, Jay 8, LaMasters 8, Jones 7, Tammen 4, Baler 6. Wheatland — Selensky 9, J.DInkel 15, Helm 11, K.Kaiser 15, Haffner2, E.Kalser7, Deges4, Katt 14, B.DInkel2, Cotter 2. Hill City 71, Ellis 44 Ellis 7 12 10 15 — 44 HlllCity 16 24 12 19 — 71 Ellis — Dinkel 2, M.Honas 2, J.Augustine 14, R.Honas 9, Ashbaugh 9, Hallagln 1, Brenner 3, L.Augustine 4. HUT City — Brandyberry 15, Swanson 19,. JacobB, Huddlestun 11, Belleau 13, Logback2, kobler 2, Ayers 1. Stockton 69, Phlllipsburg 57 Stockton 18 20 16 15 — 69 Phillipsburg 14 15 11 17 — 57 Stockton — Holloway 17, Thacker 6, Strutt 2, Miller 6, Bellerive 13, Hartzler 1, Madde 14, Comeau 2, Krlley 6, Oliva 2. Phillipsburg — Luckey 8, Stltes 2, Heersink 18, Marshall 3, Boeve 4, Kats 5, Godvout 13, Frltzler2,Wells2. Chase 56, Qulvlra Heights 34 Qulvira Heights 10 9 4 11—34 Chase 20 15 10 11—56 Qulvlra Heights — Lewallen 2, Batchman 3, Archer 2, Hletschmidt 2, Klug 2, Moore 9, Sittner 4, Bolton 8, Habiter 2. Chase — McEachern 6, Davis 9, Ankerholz 16, Llnke9,Hulsel6. Trinity 47, Berean Academy 42 Berean Academy 12 13 8 9 — 42 Trinity 18 12 6 11—47 Berean Academy — Kirkpatrick 2, Thlessen 10, Frankamp 11, Regier 10, Hall 6, Wiebe 3. Trinity — Heimerman 4, Thompson 11, Rohr 4, Vecchlarelli 4, J.Chrlstopherson 6, K.Christopherson 9, Bouda 4, Otting 5. Glasco 88, SJ-Belolt 61 Glasco 24 24 17 23 — 88 SJ-Beloit 17 13 19 12 — 61 Glasco — Winter 13, Dowlin 2, Schmidt 20, Darrow 8, Long 26, Slemers 13, Liby 2, Martin 2, Boudreax2. St. John's-Belolt — Budke 17, Gengler 5, Eck 6, Relter 16, Stover 10, Walter 2, Ellert 2, Thompson 3. Hillcrest 67, White Rock 46 White Rock 9 14 14 10 — 46 Hillcrest 12 17 14 24 — 67 White Rock — Voboril 2, Beam 1, Hesting 11, Relnert 8, Carman 9, Sflsby 15. Hillcrest — B.Hammond 27, Coffman 6, P.Baxa 6, J.Hammond 12, Edwards 8, B.Trecek 2, Chermok 2, Chizek 2, T.Trecek 2. Lincoln 66, Tlpton 61 Lincoln 22 11 13 20-66 Tipton 12 16 20 13-61 Lincoln — Radtke 19, Holloway 21, Anderson 10, Biggs 10,0'Bannon 4, Pescador 2. Tiplon — Joe Koenlgsman 6, Hake 10, John Koenlgsmon 25, Dubbert 14, Hoffman 2, Bunker 4. Cougars (Continued from Page 13) ence, South shot just 32 percent. Manhattan, on the other hand, shot 53 percent as 6-2 senior Karl Kandt and 6-5 junior J.T. Marshall, with 16 points apiece, paced four Indians in double-figures. Reserve guard Nick Weigel almost made it five Indians in double-digits, dropping in nine points (seven on free throws) in the fourth quarter. Kandt buried five of his first six shots in sparking the Indians to a 16-3 lead 1:05 into the second quarter. And at the other end, Kandt complemented Bonser with a pair of blocks of his own. "I thought Karl Kandt played one of the best games he's played on both ends of the floor since his sophomore year," said Manhattan coach Mike Leahy, whose Indians improved to 84. (Their four losses have been by a combined margin of just nine points.) South dropped to 3-8 heading into a grudge rematch with Hays on Tuesday night at South. South blew a 14-point lead in the final quarter of a 57-56 loss at Hays three weeks ago. Loren Zook led South with 11 points against Manhattan. Barry Kadel added 10 points while Bill Kennedy and Bryan Maring added 8 each. Cards, Solomon split PRL games SOLOMON — A big third quarter carried Ell-Saline to a 5249 Post Rock League basketball victory Friday night over Solomon. Solomon won the girls' game, 37-23. Solomon held a 26-20 lead at halftime, but Ell-Saline outacored the Gorillas 22-10 in the third quarter as the Cards won their third game of the season over Solomon. Scott Griffin scored 19 points and Gary Wikoff 18 for Ell-Saline, which improved to 3-2 in the Post Rock and 6-6 overall. Solomon, 1-4 and 2-9, got 11 points apiece from Kevin Einhaus and Mark Pettijohn and 10 from Rob Billinger. In the girls' game, Solomon registered its third win of the season over the Cards, including one in the Post Rock League Tournament championship game. Crystal Denson scored 14 points and Debie Brown 12 for Solomon, which improved to 3-1 in the league and 7-2 overall. Ell-Saline, 1-3 and 4-7, got eight points from Diane Lecklider. BOYS ELL-SALINE 52, SOLOMON 49 EII-Sallne(52) Omll 1 0-2 2, Scott Griffin 6 7-8 19, Cory Wikoff 6 6-6 18, Schultz 0 0-0 0, Bolte 2 2-3 6, Lindsay 11-33, Holcom 20-14. TOTALS 18 16-23 52. Solomon (49) White 2 0-0 4, Rob Billinger 4 2-3 10, Kevin Einhaus 35-711, Wilbur 1 1-33, Cossaart 3 0-0 6, Price 1 0-2 2, Jackson 1 0-1 2, mark Pettijohn 27-811. TOTALS 17 15-24 49. Ell-Saline 10 10 22 10 — 52 Solomon 13 13 10 13-49 TOTAL FOULS — Ell-Saline 23, Solomon 21. FOULED OUT — White (S). GIRLS SOLOMON 37, ELL-SALINE » Ell-Saline 634 10 — 23 Solomon 8 6 15 8 — 37 Ell-Saline — Gleason 5, Simmons 2, Lecklider 8, Longer 2, Griff in 6. Solomon — Einhaus 3, Everhart 4, Denson 14, Kantor2, Brown 12, Porks2. Kansas Wesleyan returns to the friendly confines of Muir Gymnasium tonight when the Coyotes entertain Sterling College. Tipoff for the women's game is 6 p.m. while the men's contest will start at approximately 8:05. Both Wesleyan teams are undefeated in Muir Gym. The Coyote Jones men are 8-0 on their home court while the Lady Coyotes are unbeaten in four outings at Muir. And both KW teams will be looking to avenge setbacks against Sterling last month. The Coyote men dropped an 80-65 decision while the KW women were defeated by the Warriors, 71-59. KW's men have lost the services of 6-6 junior forward Quincy Woods, Coyote coach Jerry Jones confirmed Friday. Woods, who averaged 6.4 points and 3.3 rebounds an outing, became academically ineligible for the second semester. Ironically, Woods gained his first starting assignment Wednesday night at McPherson and he responded with a 13-point, 6-rebound effort to help the Coyotes rally past the Bulldogs, 80-68. "It's a setback because he's _been playing well and everybody on the team likes him," Jones said. The Coyote coach said Woods would be replaced in the starting Uneup by Kevin Brown. Jones said he was confident the 6-5 senior would respond to the challenge. Brown, who is averaging 4.6 points and 3.8 rebounds a game, was a starter during most of his first three years at KW. The Coyotes, who snapped a two- game losing streak at McPherson, are tied with Friends for third place in the Kansas Conference race with 83 records. KCAC co-leaders Tabor and Bethany, both 9-2, clash tonight in Lindsborg. Wesleyan brings a 12-4 overall record into tonight's game while Sterling is 5-6 in the KCAC and 10-8 overall. Tonight's women's game will pit two of the top teams in the KCAC. Wesleyan and Sterling are tied for third place in the conference race with 8-3 records. Wesleyan is 12-3 overall while Sterling is 134. Southeast girls trim Ellsworth in finals By GLENN KEARNS Sports Writer GYPSUM — It shouldn't have come as a surprise to anyone that the Southeast of Saline Trojans were in the finals of their own girls' basketball tournament Friday night. After all, the Lady Trojans have been in the finals for the past six years and have won the last two tournaments and three of the last four. But this year was supposed to be different. The Trojans were seeded fourth but knocked off top-seeded Alma- Wabaunsee on Thursday night to gain Friday's final against second- seeded Ellsworth. It took some doing — clutch free throw shooting and strong defense — but the Trojans were the better team again this year, winning 40-36. It was the seventh straight victory for the Trojans, who started off the year with a 3-3 record, while Ellsworth fell to 10-3. Southeast knocked off Ellsworth a few weeks ago, about the time that Cheryl Lancaster (a 5-9 sophomore) was promoted from the B-team, but Ellsworth was without senior Kim Gwinner in the first loss. While Gwinner scored 15 points Friday night to be the game's leading scorer and almost pull out a victory for the Bearcats from the free throw line, the Trojans were equal to the task. The championship game was a game of streaks with Southeast starting off with a 6-2 lead then couldn't hit a thing from the field. Ellsworth ran off eight straight points to take a 10-6 lead after the first quarter of play and scored four more for a 14-6 lead. At this point, Southeast coach Jim Campion had his defense pack the middle on defense and had his guards — Casey Hubele and Laura Riblett— put a mild press f n the Ellsworth ELLSWORTH (36) Davis 3-6 0-1 6, Gwinner 4-11 7-8 15, Friesen 0-4 0-0 0, Whitmer 3-6 5-611, Llndenmeyer 2-8 0-04, London 0-1 0-00, Place 0-1 0-00. TOTALS 12-3712-1536. SOUTHEAST OF SALINE (40) Hubele 1-31-2 3, Riblett 4-8 0-1 8, Griff ills 1 -4 0-0 2, Lancaster 4-7 4-11 12, Cox 4-9 2-2 10, Clark 1-33-45. TOTALS 15-34 10-2040. Ellsworth 10 6 9 11—34 Southeast of Saline 6 11 14 9 — 40 TOTAL FOULS — Ellsworth 17, Southeast of Saline 13. FOULED OUT — Whitmer (E). REBOUNDS — Ellsworth 25 (Gwinner 8), Southeast of Saline 28 (Lancaster, Cox 8). TURNOVERS — Ellsworth 21, Southeast of Saline 21. guards. "We packed in the middle a little more," Campion said. "We put a little more pressure on with our guards, got them to play our tempo and slow them down. Our guards did a good job of it." The defense worked as Ellsworth got just two more points the first half with Southeast taking a 17-16 lead.at half time. The Trojans kept the pressure on in the third quarter to take a 31-20 lead with 2:14 to play before the Bearcats came back to make the score 31-25 at the end of the quarter. The Bearcats put their own pressure on in the fourth quarter and finally got within two points, 37-35, with 25 seconds to play but Cheryl Lancaster and Hubele iced the game for Southeast. Lancaster led the Trojan scoring for the second straight night with 12 points but might have been a little unnerved by the pressure of the championship game the first half. "We told Cheryl she needed to be a little more patient at halftime and relax a little more," Campion said. "She did a good job." Lancaster did well enough to join Hubele and Riblett on the all- tournament team along with Ellsworth's Gwinner and Debbie Davis, Kim Moddelmog of Moundridge, Traci Geiman and Anne Murphy from Smoky Valley, Janet Hurd from Alma-Wabaunsee and Angie Holt of Abilene.

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