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Tabor takes KCAC lead from Swedes The Salina Journal Sunday, February 2,1986 Page 20 By STEPHEN WHITE Sports Writer LINDSBORG — "Obviously it was an important ball game, but you can't call it pivotal yet. There's a lot of basketball to play yet," Don Brubacher said. What Coach Brubacher avoided saying — but what every one of the 500 fans who packed Hahn Gymnasium knew — was that Brubacher's Tabor Bluejays had firmly implanted themselves atop the Kansas Conference basketball race with a dramatic 65-62 come-from- behind victory Saturday night at Bethany, which had entered the contest deadlocked with Tabor, 9-2 in the conference and 11-8 overall. Next up for the Bluejays are the two teams right behind them (and now tied with Bethany) in second place: Kansas Wesleyan on Tuesday and Southwestern on Saturday. "If we lose two straight, and it could happen..." Brubacher failed to finish that thought — at least he failed to verbalize the possible consequences — for Saturday's was a victory worth savoring, even if only until Tuesday's home date with Wesleyan. The Bluejays trailed by nine points twice in the second half and didn't overtake the Swedes until the final minute. Bethany, which surged to leads of 33-24 and 37-28 while sinking 16 of its first 17 free throws of the second half, betrayed itself at the stripe with the game in the balance. The Swedes were still helding a nice-but-uncomfortable six-point lead in the final three minutes. But three of Bethany's better free throw shooters — Tad Geiman, Bruce Washington and Craig Macari — each missed the front of one-and-ones as Tabor staged its final charge. Alan McGregor triggered the Bluejays' 10-point run by sinking both ends of a bonus. Stan Frantz drove the baseline for a layup which drew the Bluejays within a basket, 59-57, with 2:34 remaining. Bethany's star forward, 6-3 senior Steve Malm, the game's high-scorer with 18 points, then kicked a low pass out-of-bounds and Tabor's leading scorer, 6-5 senior James Collier, responded with a turn-around jumper in the lane to knot the score at 59 with 1:23 left. Collier turned right around at the other end and blocked successive shots by Malm in the lane, and the second rejection caromed out to McGregor, who streaked to the other end for a three-point play which put Tabor ahead, 62-59, with 1:00 left. It was the Bluejays' first lead since 10:44 into the contest. Another free throw by McGregor extended the lead to 63-59, and Stan Shewey iced the outcome with two free throws after Bethany closed the gap to 63-62 with 0:05 to play. "It's a tough ball game to lose, but 33 percent of the conference (schedule) is left," said Bethany coach George Stephens. "It's tough to lose 'em after you lead the whole thing. I think the defense was excellent on both teams." Collier was the most visible defensive force, swatting away seven Swede shots, including the two crucial attempts by Malm with the score tied. Stephens, visibly upset by the lack of a foul on either block, declined to comment on the play, other than to acknowledge that, "Yes, that was a critical point in the game. "When the score's tied, we had the ball in the hands of the unanimous all-conference selection, Steve Malm, and he got blocked twice. Steve didn't think they were (clean blocks), but they called it clean." Collier complemented his seven blocks with 17 points and 14 rebounds. McGregor, Stan Shewey and Frantz each added 12 and Paul Rust, with 10 points, gave the Bluejays five scorers in double-digits. With team-leader Andy Shewey (Steve's older brother) sidelined with a groin injury, Tabor's offense struggled in the first half. The lead traded hands seven straight times after Tabor grabbed its first lead, 4-3, when Bethany's Bruce Washington, trying for a defensive rebound, tipped the ball in the Bluejay basket 3:32 into the con- teStl TABOR (45) S. Shewey 5-7 2-2 12, Rust 4-10 2-4 12. Collier 7-14 3-5 17, McGregor 4-64-512, Lockhort 0-9 000, Redding 1-20-1 2, Frantz 4-7 2-4 10, Landes 0-2 0-0 0. TOTALS 26-58 13-2) 65. BETHANY (62) Malm 6-14 6-9 18, Goston 3-7 6-9 12, Washington 3-5 4-5 10, Geiman 2-7 2-3 6, Hoyden 4-8 0-0 8, Cole 1 -5 2-2 4, Macari 1 -2 0-3 2, Wempe 0 -0 0-0 0, Stanley 1-7 0-0 2, Sheets 0-1 0-0 0, Stevenson 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 21-56 20-31 62. HALFTIME — Bethany 25, Tabor 20. TOTAL FOULS — Tabor 23, Bethany 24. FOULED OUT — Washington, Gaston, Geiman (BC). REBOUNDS — Tabor 36 (Collier 12), Bethany 44 (Washington 14). TURNOVERS — Tabor 12, Bethany 13. Lady Cats cruise past Missouri Jwrtf Will) ons Marymount College basketball coach Dan Pratt and his bench jump to their feet as the Spartans begin to open up a lead during their 90-72 victory Saturday over Langston University. Arnold burns Central girls for 37 points NEWTON - Record-breaking Michelle Arnold poured in 37 points Saturday afternoon to lead the Hesston girls to a 60-47 victory over Salina Central in the fifth-place game of Newton Invitational basketball tournament. Arnold, a 5-10 senior center, drilled in 15 field goals and 7 of 9 free throws for her point total, which broke the previous mark of 31 points in one game by Salina Central's Maria Gardenhire in the 1979 tourney against Newton. Arnold's 15 field goals also is a single-game record, breaking Gardenhire's mark of 14, and her 102 points in the tournament (31, 34, 37) smashed Gardenhire's 1979 record of 73. Arnold also set records for most points in tournament career and most field goals in a tournament. Arnold's scoring barrage overshadowed an outstanding performance by Salina Central's Sandy Taggart. Taggart scored a career-high 26 points while Teresa Brichacek added 12. . Central, now 7-7, returns to action Monday night with a 7:45 home game against arch-rival Salina South. Hesston, ranked fifth in Class 3A, improved to 11-2. MANHATTAN - Kansas State, its roster depleted because of two players quitting the team and another being booted off, put together a balanced scoring attack Saturday afternoon to whip Missouri, 81-65, in a Big Eight women's basketball game. The victory boosted the Lady Cats to 3-3 in the Big Eight and 12-7 overall. Missouri fell to 3-3 and 11-8. The Lady Cat program was rocked a week ago when starters Sheila Hubert and Cassandra Jones quit the team and reserve Cheryl Jackson was kicked off the squad. But, with all five starters scoring in double figures Saturday, K-State's eight-player squad handled Missouri with surprising ease. K-State was leading by just three points (25-22) with 4:27 remaining in the first half when it went on a 13-2 blitz to open up a 38-24 advantage at the 1:20 mark. The Lady Cats led by 15 points (40-25) at intermission. Carlisa Thomas led the KSU scoring parade with 20 points and also added nine rebounds. MISSOURI (65 L.Ellis4-8 6-6 14, T.Ellis 1-1 0-02, Kelly7-18 14-1728, LeValley2-50- 0 4, Prophete 1 -4 2-2 4, DeLong 3-6 0-0 6, Dozier 3-9 0-0 6, Lucas 0-2 01 0, Keene 0-11-31, Gangelboch 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 21-54 23-29 65 KANSAS STATE (81) Thomas 7-17 6-6 20, Holley 5-15 1-1 11, Leiding 5-11 6-8 16 Green 3-54-4 10, Durham 4-8 4-6 12, Bleczinskl 1-30-02, Fltzpatrlck 3-8 2-2 B, Kuebelbeck 1-10-0 2. TOTALS 29-68 23-27 81. HALFTIME — Kansas State 40, Missouri 25. TOTAL FOULS — Missouri 27, Kansas State 22. FOULED OUT — Keene (MU) REBOUNDS - Missouri 51 (Kelly 14), Kansas State 43 (Thomas 9)! ASSISTS — Missouri 5, Kansas State 17 (Thomas, Durham 5). Cadets snap 71-game skid ST. MARYS — The St. John's Military Muleskinners snapped the state's longest high school boys' basketball losing streak Saturday night with a 4845 victory over St. Marys Academy. The victory, which improved the Cadets to 1-7 overall, ended a 71- game losing streak. Mike Swicher and Eric Eisenman led the Cadets with 13 and 12 points, respectively. Next up for the Cadets will be a home game Tuesday night against Solomon. ST. JOHN'S MILITARY (48) Wolz 4 0-2 8, Eisenman 5 2-2 12, Klopfenstein 0 0-0 0, Riley 13-75, Baker 32-48, Swisher 5 3-5 13, Simms 0 0-0 0, Lossman 0 0-2 0, Joy 1 0-0 2 TOTALS 19 10-22 48. ST. MARYS ACADEMY (45) Kuskison 4 2-6 10, Stanich 0 0-0 0, Plumbly 6 0-2 12, Belderok 6 3-7 15, Busateri 4 0-0 8 TOTALS 20 5-15 45. St. John'l-Mllltnry 17 7 13 11—48 St. Marys Academy 13 7 16 9 — 45 TOTAL FOULS — SJ-Military 19, SM-Academy 18. FOULED OUT — None. TECHNICAL FOULS — SM-Academy bench, Belderuk, Plumbly (SMA). Fort Hays nudges Pittsburg State Hesston 12 20 12 16 — 60 SalinaCentral 12 12 8 15 — 47 Hesston — Schmidt 1 0-0 2, Waltner 3 4-4 10, Reimer 1 4-8 6, Arnold 15 7-9 37. Platt 1 3-5 5. TOTALS 21 18-2660. Salina Central — Cherry 21-35, Taggart 1 2 23 26, Fears 1 0-0 2. Brichacek 5 2-2 12, Wilbur 1 0-02. TOTALS 21 5-847. South girls fall PITTSBURG (AP) — Fred Campbell poured in 31 points as Fort Hays State withstood a second-half threat and downed Pittsburg State 78-73 Saturday night in a Central States Conference basketball game. Fort Hays, 15-6 and 4-3, took a 37-30 lead into halftime. The Gorillas, 11-7 and 2-5, rallied and evened the score at 62-62 with 7:57 left. Jeff Guiot, who pitched in 29 points, notched a three-point play to put the Gorillas ahead 65-62. But Fort Hays then scored six unanswered points and never trailed again. to Dodge City Wilson leads BC women to victory ^•^ "^ T TXTf"\OBrvor* T«_ TTTil f^in,*,* WTT^^U U NEWTON — Dodge City opened up a 13-point lead after the first quarter and never looked back as the Red Demons posted a 52-29 victory Saturday afternnon over Salina South in the seventh-place game at the Newton Invitational girls' basketball tournament. Michelle Flax led the winners with 14 points and Janae Robben added 12. Salina South, now 0-11, was paced by Stephanie Wilcox's seven points. South will play at Salina Central in an 1-70 League game Monday night. Salina South 4 9 5 11 _ 29 DodgeCity 17 u u 13 — 52 Salina South — Albin 2 0-1 4, Porter 2 0-0 4, Davis 0 1-3 1, Nicolau 1 0-1 2, Krier 1 0-1 2 Maneth 1 1-23, Hamilton 10-12 Wilcox 31-27 Sollors20-l 4. TOTALS 133-1229. . DodgeCity — Keys 01 -2 1, Robben 4 4-7 12, . Habsrmath 2 0-3 4, Stringfellow 1 2-5 4, Flax 4 6-7 14, Salmans 2 4-7 8, Lloyd 1 0-0 2, Munson 1 1-23. Boyle 12-34. TOTALS 1 6 20-36 52 TOTAL FOULS — Salina South 29, Dodge City 16. FOULED OUT - Porter, Nicolau, Maneth (SS). TECHNICAL FOULS — South bench LINDSBORG — Jenny Wilson scored 27 points Saturday night to lead the Bethany College women to a 72-61 Kansas Conference basketball victory over the Tabor Blue Jays. The victory improved the Swedes to 5-7 in the KCAC and 9-10 overall while Tabor dropped to Ml and 2-15. Joining Wilson in double-figure scoring for the Swedes were Ellen Calderwood with 16 points and Jody Giggy with 14. Tabor was paced by Stephanie Hinrichs'10 points. TABOR (41) Hinrichs 7 4-4 18, Mostod 4 1-29, Longe 4 1-2 9, Gilkey 24-48, Chonnel 21-25, Gross 0 0-0 0 House50-2 10, Klein 1 0-02. TOTALS 25 11-16 61. BETHANY (72) Schultz 1 0-0 2, Brlson 01-21, Shea 3 0-1 6, Calderwood 6 4-5 16, Dunker 2 2-2 6, Giggy 5 44 14, Wilson 9 9-10 27. TOTALS 26 20-24 72 HALFTIME — Bethany 38, Tabor 33. TOTAL FOULS — Tabor 23, Bethany 20. FOULED OUT — Hinrichs. Channel (T), Giggy (B). Thunderettes win 13th in a row HIGHLAND — Cloud County's women won their 13th straight basketball game Saturday night with an 86-74 victory over Highland Junior College. The victory boosted the Thun- derettes to 6-0 in the Independent Juco Conference and 17-3 overall while Highland dropped to 4-2 and 1212. CLOUD COUNTY (86) Kossow 9 7-8 25, Hoffman 0 0-0 0, Sipple 1 1 -2 3, Kline 4 0-0 8, Sproul 43-411, Wondra 01-21, Anderson 1 0-0 2, Bottom 2 0-0 4. Haresnape 2 2-6 6, Arnold 11 4-4 26. TOTALS 34 18-22 86. HIGHLAND (74) Shults 1 0-0 2, Watts 5 8-11 IB, Kinkead 2 2-5 6, Linck 6 0-3 12, Hendricks 1 0-0 2, Gehrt 8 3-5 19, Dowson 1 0-0 2, Robinson 4 5-6 13. TOTALS 2818-3074. HALFTIME — Cloud County 45, Highland 36. TOTAL FOULS — Cloud County 26, Highland 14. FOULED OUT —None. Adkins sparks Ladyjayhawks LAWRENCE - Vickie Adkins tied her season-high point total and the Kansas defense smothered Oklahoma as the Lady Jayhawks posted an 85-67 Big Eight Conference basketball victory Saturday afternoon at Allen Field House. Adkins, a 6-1 senior, poured in 35 points as Kansas improved to 13-6 overall and 4-2 in the Big Eight. Adkins missed only four of her 17 shots from the field and was 9 of 12 from the free throw line. Oklahoma couldn't solve the Lady Jayhawks' zone defense as the Sooners connected on only 34 percent (24 of 71) of their field goal attempts. Toni Webb scored 13 points for Kansas, while Lisa Dougherty had 10 points and Yvette Ott 10 points and 10 assists. Oklahoma, 16-3 and 4-2, got 13 points from Vickie Green and 11 from Lisa Allison. OKLAHOMA (67) Hurley 3-11 2-4 8, Phillips 2-17 4-4 8, Allison 3-105-611, Green 5-10 3-5 13, Streets 3-8 0-06 Willis 3-6 2-2 8, Brock 0-0 2-2 2, Notzke 1-10-02 Mosley2-40-l 4, Rogers2-4 1-25. TOTALS24-71 19-2667. KANSAS (85) Martin 2-8 3-4 7, Adkins 13-17 9-12 35, Jennings 2-8 2-2 6, Ott 4-102-2 10, Dougherty 38 4-5 10, Show 2-3 0-0 4, Webb 6-9 1-3 13. TOTALS 32-63 21-28 85. HALFTIME — Kansas 47, Oklahoma 32. TOTAL FOULS — Oklahoma 20, Kansas 20 FOULED OUT — Green (OU). REBOUNDS — Oklahoma 40 (Willis 9), Kansas 45 (Martin 12). ASSISTS — Oklahoma 10 (Green 3), Kansas 20 (Ott 10). TURNOVERS — Oklahoma 14, Kansas 19. TECHNICAL FOULS — Oklahoma bench. A — 250. Washburn falls ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — Arthur Cooks scored seven of his game-nigh 41 points in the second overtime Saturday night to spark Missouri Western to an 82-72 victory over Washburn in Central States Conference action. The victory moved Missouri Western into the conference lead with a 7-1 mark. The Griffons upped their season record to 19-4. Sterling women hand Wesleyan 20-point loss Sterling placed four players in double figures Saturday as the Warriors whipped the Kansas Wesleyan women, 74-54, at Muir Gymnasium. The victory vaulted the Warriors into sole possession of third place in the Kansas Conference with a 9-3 record. They are 14-1 overall. Kansas Wesleyan dropped to fourth place in the KCAC with an 8-4 mark. The Lady Coyotes are now 12-4 overall. Former Ellsworth High School star Stacey Zavesky was the big gun for Sterling. The 5-7 senior, who is a native of Kanopolis, scored 17 points and pulled down 19 rebounds, including 14 in the first half. Also scoring in twin digits for the winners were Laurie Hamilton with 18 points, Lori Ohmes with 16 and Heidi Vanderpool with 10. The cold-shooting Coyotes (22 of 70 for 31 percent) were paced by Renae Rensberger's 19 points and 10 rebounds. Dana Walker added 14 points for KW. "We didn't hit early from the perimeter and that hurt our confidence for the rest of the game," said KW head coach Tracy Rietzke.' 'We have to shoot well to win, and we didn't tonight." Wesleyan was leading by five points (20-15) at the 6:52 mark of the first half when Sterling scored 12 straight points in the next 4% minutes to take a 27-20 lead. The Coyotes managed just one field goal in the final 6:52 of the half. Sterling led by 12 at halftime (37-25) and never let the Coyotes closer than that margin in the second half. The Warriors' largest lead was the final score. "Whenever we'd make a run, we'd turn the ball over and let them have a couple of baskets," Rietzke said. "We just couldn't get over the hump." Next up for KW will be a 6 p.m. game Tuesday at Tabor. STERLING (74) Vanderpool 4-6 2-3 10, Self 2-8 3-5 7, Zavesky 5-9 7-8 17, Ohmes 6-15 4-7 16, Hamilton 6-13 6-6 18, Nolan 1-1 0-0 2, Wilson 0-0 1-2 1, Vandeveer 1-1 0-0 2, Schwlndt 0-2 0-1 0, Denogan 0-2 1-2 1 TOTALS 25-57 24-34 74. KANSAS WESLEYAN (54) Brown 1-5 0-0 2, Vargocko 2-16 0-0 4, Rensberger 7-195-6 19, Gazlola 5-8 0-0 10, Marostlca 2-6 0-0 4, Warren 0-3 0-1 0, Bleber 0-3 0-0 0, Larson 1-10-02, Dowell 02 0-0 0, Walker 4-7 5-6 13. TOTALS 22-70 101354. HALFTIME — Sterling 37, Kansas Wesleyan 25. TOTAL FOULS — Sterling 17, Kansas Wesleyan 26. FOULED OUT — None. REBOUNDS — Sterling 57 (Zavesky 19), Kansas Wesleyan 36 (Resberger 10). TURNOVERS — Sterling 24, Kansas Wesleyan 13. TECHNICAL FOULS — Kansas Wesleyan bench. High school basketball Girls Tournaments TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS At Pratt Championship Buhler 59, Chaparral 42 Chaparral 12 15 8 7 — 42 Buhler 18 16 15 10 — 59 Chaparral — Spencer 9, Clark 13, Mathes 1, Williams 6, Domnlck 13. Buhler — Baker 17, Vondrohe 6, Bradley 2, Roberts 9, Miller 23, Bargen 2. Third Place Ashland 46, Hayt 28 Ashland 6 25 6 9 — 46 Hays 10 5 9 4 — 28 Ashland — Reed 2, Butler 2, Culver 3, Elsenbart 15, Walker 4, P r elsner20. Hays — Sulzman 2, Engel 8, Bollig 4, Klaus 2, Niernberger6, Bruggeman6. Fifth Place Klngman 44, Medicine Lodge 42 Medicine Lodge 6 6 13 17 — 42 Kingman IB 7 B 11—44 Medicine Lodge — Dixon 6, D.Bieber 17, J.Bieber 10, Bell 5, Glrard 4. Klngman — Klaver 8, Cochran 7, Beat 4, Lock 18,Miller5,Falrchild2. Seventh Place Wichita Kapaun 48, Pratt 42 Kapaun 14 14 8 12 — 48 Pratt 10 8 14 10 — 42 Kapaun — Ridder 11, Orth 4, Knackstedt 10, Ayala4,Waldl4,Foley5. Pratt — Douner 15, Lanterman 4, Hoeme 6, Roberts 6, Kennedy 6, Payne 1, Wlningham 4. WESTERN KANSAS LEAGUE AtWInona Championship Golden Plains 46, Weskan 36 Weskan 6 11 12 7 — 36 Golden Plains 12 16 10 8 — 46 Weskan — Gallegos 12, Swartz 4, Roths 8, Aldridge 6, Wright 2, Einspahr 4. Golden Plains — Delieit 6, Kennedy 14, AlbersS, Spresser6, Shaven 11, Roger4. Third Place Utica53,Healy52 Healy u 14 13 14 — 52 Utica 20 10 4 19 — 53 Healy — Barnett 19, R.Zink 5, Parrot! 15, Chance 4, Brroks3, Shupe6. Utlca — Walt 22, Cook 17, LaShell 14. BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE At Valley Heights Linn 54, Rlley County 45 Rlley County 4 17 6 18 — 45 Linn 13 8 16 17 — 54 Riley County — Walters 2, Brummett 26, Milliard 3, Sharp 1, Helkes 4, Clack 9. Linn — Oestrelch 2, K.Herrs 12, L.Herrs 7 Dlslnger 13, Wllgers 2, Wlechmen 6, Hern 12. Third Place Hanover 50, Washington 44 Washington 12 10 8 14—44 Hanover 9 14 9 18 — 50 Washington — Llllie 2, Kern 10, Martin 2, M.Kecsecker 8, L.Keesecker4, Welch 4, Rlcard 14. Hanover — Holle 1, B.Schmidt 6, D.Schmidt 2, Kruse 12, Doebele 7, Coutal 2, Meier 17, Bruna3. MINNEAPOLIS INVITATIONAL First Place Canton-Galva 64, Concordia 58 Canton-Galva 16 12 16 20 — 64 Concordia 18 14 12 14 — 58 Conlon-Galva — Diane Wedel 15 Baldwin 10, Lindtelgen 15, Debra Wedel IB, Unruh 4 Wllkenlng2, Concordia — Budreau 4, Hoist 8, Chavey 28, Simpson 6, Gallagher 12. Third Place Minneapolis 46, Russell 42 Minneapolis 13 15 3 10 — 46 R""ell 17 8 6 11—42 Minneapolis — Weis 5, Lutz 4, Heikes 13 Keating 7, Klein 7, Allison 5, Cleveland 5. Russell — Hammersmith 4, Flagler 2, Mermls 2, Ludlng 5, Wagner 8, Gray 10, Hackerott 4 McCarary 7. Fifth Place Belolt 36, Belleville 32 Belleville 7 5 9 u 32 Beloit 8 10 8 10 — 36 Belleville — Doctor 11, Spurnev 1 Tulev 2 Sims 2, Miller 10, Reed 6. ' Beloit — Klenda 6, Soote 4, Collins 2, Bice 3 D!etzl4,Fulhage6. Seventh Place Chapman 44, Clay Center 39 Clay Center 4 19 11 5—39 Chapman 4 14 , 0 M> — 44 Cloy Center — Rosenow 4, Tannohlll 7, Martin 3, Rundle 6, Sullivan 19. Chapman — Scanlan 2, Klckhaefer 1, Haslett 17, Elliot 4, Backhaus 4, Havener 2, Burgett 14. NEWTON INVITATIONAL Championship Wichita SE 64, Newton 62 (of) Newton 17 16 16 9 4 — 62 Wichita SE 16 18 10 14 6 — 64 Newton — Munk 11, Hlebert 19, Koehn 8, Clark 14, RuckerS, Ferrell7. Wichita Southeast — Diane Tholen 2, Donna Tholen 2, Hartnett 6, Williams 38, Mulllns 9, Emery 6, Johnson 1. Third Place : McPherson 41, Hutchlnson 38 McPherson 11 12 8 10 — 41 Hutchinson 6 10 10 12 — 38 McPherson — Bunk 5, Huber 9, Fairbanks 2, Alvarado 7, Werner 2, Schumaker 6, Reese 8. Hulchinson — McCray 2, Kasselman 8, Link 4,Tolbert6,Mellandl8. • Regular season Holdredge, Neb. 40, Smith Center 39 Holdredge, Neb. 10 10 10 10 — 40 Smith Center 16 4 10 9 — 39 Holdredge, Neb. — Broecker 7, Embury 1, Meester 4, Tripe 9, Ludeke 1, Votaw 16, Coffey 2. Smith Center — Curtis 3. Lovewell 18, Roils- back2, Cornford 15, Anderson2. Hoxie39,HillCityl8 Hoxie e 12 11 8 — 39 Hill City 2 44 8-18 Hoxle — Cooper 2, Gilbert 6, Schaffer 4 Reedy 2, Schlogeck 14, Nlblock 2, Kouk 7, Juenemann2. Hill City — Kreutzer 4, Jones 4, Cramer 4, Bedore 2, Beam 2, Powell 2. Downs 52, Waconda East 46 Downs 17 8 10 17—52 Waconda East 8 21 7 10 — 46 Downs — R.Roe 2, Wagner 2, DeBey 19, Burda4, Grady 21, Goheen 4. Waconda East — Kresln 11, Thllle 19. McCune 2, Helvey 5, White 1, Hennes 8. Boys Tournaments BLUE VALLEY LEAGUE At Blue Rapids Championship Washington 70, Hanover 67 (2ot) Washington 14 18 12 5 4 7 — 70 Hanover 11 23 14 11 4 4 — 67 Washington — Stigge 18, Laflen 8, Allen 3, Colel8,Slmnitt23. Hanover — Jed Hynek 14, Jene Hynek 10, A.Hynek 2, Bruna 8, Jueneman 3, Feldkamp 19, Doebele 11. Third Place Clifton-Clyde 69, Valley Heights 66 Valley Heights 12 15 22 17 — 66 Clifton-Clyde 16 23 16 14 — 69 Valley Heights — Johnson 8, Merrill 2, Nordqulst 10, Llndquist 25, Claycamp 8, Yun- geberg 1, Hording 12. Clifton-Clyde — Tremblay 6, Bechard 11, Stenberg 13, Branfort 10, Anderson 19, Newell 10. WESTERN KANSAS LEAGUE At Wlnona Championship Golden Plains 69, Weskan 46 Weskan 8 6 12 20 — 46 Golden Plains 16 16 19 18 — 69 Weskan — Welsh 16, N.Okeson 11, Relss 2, Ralney 8, Welle 2, Hays 4, E.Okeson 3. Golden Plains — Miller IB, Koerperich 8, Albers 17, Delzelt22, Darling 2, Bowman 2. Third Place Utica 57, Healy 49 Heoly )2 10 14 13 — 49 Utica 6 20 14 17 — 57 Healy — S.Parrott 14, Ellis 3, Brand 2, Cordova 16, Hoffman 13, lake 1. Utica — Baker 8, Swafford 9, Gelst 6. Hagans 10, Howard 12, Herrman 4, Gillespie 6, Ror- abaughS. Regular season Hoxle 54, Hill City 50 wm'r'L 14 12 18 1 °- 54 HI" City 9 14 14 13 — 50 Hoxle — Riemer 10, Barnes 17, Geerdes 6, TaylorS, KrannawitterS, Foster 8. Hill City — Brandyberry 8, Swanson 13, Jacob 14, Huddlestun 5, Belleau 10. Downs 42, Waconda East 40 Downs 8 14 9 11—42 Waconda East 8 16 9 7 40 Downs — Mertz 5, Strelt 11, Arnold 11, True 3, Troy Remken 4, Fisher 4, Terry Remken 4. Waconda East — Hurren 2, Hennes 11, Terry 6, Duskie 4, Nelfert 11, LaRocque 6. Holdredge, Neb. 58, Smith Center 54 Holdredge, Neb. 19 13 14 12 — 58 Smith Center 12 20 14 8 — 54 Holdredge, Neb. — Sanfort 23, Sunbdquist 8, Schroerder 1, lindstrom 2, Cook 17, Veol 4, Sproles3. Smith Center -- Rorabaugh 24, Terrill 16, Barta6. Lambert 2, Orr 6. Great Bend 70. Junction City 69 (ot) Great Bend 12 16 13 19 10 — 70 Junction City 15 17 18 10 9—69 Great Bend — T.Hipp 3, Kevin Kaufman 7, K.Hipp 28, Mabry 6, Dunekas 15, Wagner 6, Kendal Kaufman 3. Junction City — Moon 4, Domer 14, Turner 18, Snipes 10, Smith 10, Storks 2, Clouse 7, Knighton4.

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