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The Salina Journal Monday, February 3,1986 Page 12 Celtics overcome 21-point deficit By The Associated Press Scott Wedman and Dennis Johnson sparked a decisive third-period charge Sunday as the Boston Celtics rallied from a 21-point deficit to defeat the Seattle SuperSonics, 114-101. improv- NBA roundup In ing their home record to 21-1, the Celtics rolled to their llth consecutive victory, their longest streak since winning 13 in a row in January 1981. Wedman, filling in for injured Kevin McHale for the fifth game in a row, suffered a cut Up in the second period, then returned to key a 31-14 third-quarter that moved Boston from a 63-51 halftime deficit to an 8277 lead. Johnson scored eight of his game- high 24 points in the third period. Wedman finished with 15. Larry Bird hit only 4 of 17 field goal attempts, but finished with 22 points. The Boston star also had 11 rebounds, 6 assists and 5 steals. The SuperSonics, who have lost 9 of their last 11 games and are 4-22 on the road, shocked the Celtics by taking a 37-20 first-period lead and extending the advantage to 21 points, 47-26, before Boston began its comeback. Bird, who didn't score from the floor until midway through the second period, hit for 10 points in the quarter as the patient Celtics gradu- ally trimmed Seattle's lead to 12 at the half. Then, after Seattle's Danny Vranes cashed one of two free throws at the start of the second half, Boston went on a 14-3 tear to pull within one point, 6645. Seattle retaliated with six straight points, but the Celtics then assumed command and went ahead to stay on baskets by Jerry Sichting and Bill Walton and two free throws by Bird in the closing seconds of the period. Boston then put the game away with a 10-2 run at the outset of the fourth quarter. Xavier McDaniel led Seattle with 21 points. Gerald Henderson and Jack Sikma each scored 20 for the Sonics. • KNICKS 103, LAKERS 96 — At Inglewood, Calif., the New York Knicks survived a 40-point performance by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to defeat the Los Angeles Lakers. The Knicks, who have won three of their last four, slowed the game's tempo with a pressure defense and took a 60-58 lead midway through the third quarter and expanded it to 8173. The Knicks fended off a number of Laker runs through the final quarter, but never allowed the defending NBA champs within four points. The Lakers got within 100-96 on a sky hook by Abdul-Jabbar with 22 seconds to play. However, the Knicks' Rory Sparrow converted three free throws, the last with four seconds left. The Knicks also got 16 points from rookie Gerald Wilkins and 12 points from Louis Orr. Patrick Ewing, plagued by foul trouble most of the game, missed 12 straight shots from the floor before finishing with nine points. James Worthy added 20 points for the Lakers, who had won their last three games after suffering through a three-game losing streak. New York tied the game at 58-all on a rebound layin by Wilkins, and a Wilkens breakaway basket gave the Knicks a 60-58 lead with 6:32 left in the third quarter. The Knicks never trailed after that. • PACERS 131, BULLS 106 — At Indianapolis, Vern Fleming scored 27 points and Steve Stipanovich had 16 of his 24 in the first half as Indiana downed Chicago. The Pacers, winning their third straight game for the first time since mid-January of last year, took the lead for good at 15-14 on a Stipanovich jumper with 7:02 left in the first period. Indiana took command with a 9-1 spurt as Chicago went more then three minutes without a field goal. A George Gervin basket left Chicago trailing 17-16 with 6:21 remaining in the opening quarter. Clint Richardson began the In- diana spurt and after a Gervin free throw, Indiana scored the next seven points with Fleming contributing four to put the Pacers ahead 26-16 with 3:33 to play in the quarter. The Pacers led 35-24 after one quarter and continued to pull away, scoring the first six points of the second quarter en route to a 12-3 spurt. That spurt ended with two Stipanovich baskets and a Wayman Tisdale fielder that put Indiana ahead 47-20. The Bulls never got closer than 18 again. • MAVERICKS 100, JAZZ 97 — At Dallas, Mark Aguirre made a three- point play and Sam Perkins followed with two free throws with four seconds left as Dallas rallied for a victory over Utah. Aguirre, fouled as he made a driving layup with 34 seconds to go, added a free throw to break a tie and put the Mavericks ahead 98-95. After Karl Malone brought the Jazz back to within 98-97 on a follow shot with 16 seconds remaining, Perkins was fouled and made both of his free throws to extend the lead back to three. Utah's Ricky Green missed a desperation three-point shot with one second left. The victory, Dallas' fifth straight, improved the Mavericks' record to 24-21. Utah got 19 points from Adrian Dantiey and 15 from Pace Mannion. Dallas guard Rolando Blackman (right) puts up a shot over three Utah Jazz defenders during the Mavericks' 100-97 victory. Scoreboard Basketball NBA standings Notional Basketball Auaclatlon By Th* Associated Pratt All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland . Chicago Indiana W I Pet. CB 36 30 28 23 18 .625 .571 .489 .375 Central Division 32 17 .653 26 20 .565 .500 .383 .347 .319 24 18 17 15 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston Denver Dallas San Antonio Utah Sacramento 32 28 '24 25 24 18 .681 .583 .533 .510 .480 .375 B 10 1 /, 14'/. 20 4% 7V. 13 15 16 9V4 14'/, Pacific Dlvltlon LA. Lakers 35 11 .761 — Portland 29 22 .569 8 1 /. Phoenix 18 28 .391 17 I. A. Clippers 18 31 .367 18V. Seattle 17 31 .354 19 Golden State 15 36 .294 22'/, Saturday's Camel Chicago 132. Houston 122 Denver 116. Milwaukee 113 New Jersey 108, Atlanta 100 Detroit 116, Washington 101 Phoenix 1 1 2, San Antonio 1 1 1 Portland 156, LA. Clippers 121 Golden State 125, Philadelphia 121 Sunday's Games Boston 114, Seattle 101 Indiana 131, Chicago 106 Dallas 100, Utah 97 New York 103, LA. Lakers 96 Monday's Garmi Denver at Houston, 7 p.m. San Antonio at Utah, 8:30 p.m. New York at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. Tuesday's Gamei Atlanta at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. New Jersey at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. •' Detroit at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Boston at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. Seattle at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Golden State at Phoenix, 8:30 p.m. ; Dallas at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores CELTICS 114, SONICS 101 Seattle (101) Vranes 3-5 1-37, McDoniel 8-165-8 21 . Sikmo 7-16 6-6 20, Henderson 10-20 0-0 20, Young 1-5 3-3 5. Wood 6-15 4-4 16, McCormick 1-1 2-2 4, Phelps 1-2 0-0 2, Brickowski 0-0 0-0 0, Pope 0-0 0-0 0, Sobers 0-1 4-4 4, Chambers 0-2 2-2 2. Totals 37-83 27-32 101. Boston (114) Wedman 7-13 0-0 15, Bird 4-17 14-16 22, Parish 6-10 1-2 13, Johnson 10-154-4 24, Ainge 3-4 2-2 8, Walton 1-5 2-2 4. Sichting 5-81-111, Carlisle 2-2 0-04, Kite 1-2 0-0 2, Thirdkill 3-4 3-4 9, Vincent 1-1 0-02. Totals 43-81 27-31 114. Seattle 37 26 14 24-101 Boston 20 31 31 32-114 Three-point goals — Wedman. Fouled out — Ainge. Rebounds — Seattle 47 (McDaniel 9). Boston 46 (Bird 11). Assists—Seattle 24 (Henderson 7), Boston 28 (Johnson 7). Total fouls-Seattle 26, Boston 25. A— 14,890. PACERS 131, BULLS 106 Chicago (1M) Banks 0-2 5-8 5, Green 4-12 9-12 17, Oldham 7-11 1-415, Gervin 5-17 4-6 14, Mocy 0-4 1-21, Corzine 0-1 0-0 0, Oakley 9-10 4-9 22, Dailey 4-124-4 12, Paxson 47 0-1 10, Smrek 4-6 2-2 10. Totals 37-82 30-48 106. Indiana (131) Tisdole 9-14 3-4 21, Williams 8-17 0-1 16, Stipanovich 8-II 8-10 24, Fleming 1013 7-8 27, Richardson 2-7 0-04, Anderson 6-11 2-2 14, Stansbury 3-7 4-4 10, Garnet! 1-1 2-2 4, McClain 3-7 1-2 7, Gray 0-0 2-4 2, Martin 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 51-90 29-37 131. Chicago 24 19 25 M-1M Indiana 35 34 27 15-131 Three-point goals—Paxson 2. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 51 (Green 14), Indiana 59 (Stipanovich 11). Assists—Chicago 13 (Banks 4), Indiana 38 (Stansbury, Fleming 11). Total louls—Chicago 26. Indiana 31. Techni- cals—Green, Chicago 4 illegal defense. A-10,911. MAVERICKS 100, JAZZ 97 Utah (97) Dantiey 7-1B 5-7 19, Malone 6-13 2-6 14, Eaton 4-9 1-2 9, Green 3-9 2-2 8, Hansen 3-6 1-1 9. Stockton 2-5 1-1 5, Bailey 7-11 0-0 14. Scurry 1-1 0-0 2, Mannion 7-10 0-0 15, Wilkins 1-2 0-0 2. Tolals41-84 12-1997. Dallai(lOO) Aguirre 5-12 8-11 18. Perkini 2-16 1012 14. Donaldson 2-6 0-0 4. Harper 2-3 2-2 6, Blackman 8-15 2-2 18. Vincent 9-132-2 20, Davis 2-3 1-1 5, Ellis 6-11 0-0 15, Schrempl 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 36-80 25-30 100. Utah 21 32 24 20- »7 Dallai 30 21 20 M-100 Three-point goals—Ellis 3, Hansen 2, Mannion 1. Fouled out—Dantiey. Rebounds—Utah 47 (Danlley 11), Dallas 52 (Perkins, 14). Assistl-Utah 27 (Stockton 7), Dallas 26 (Davis 10). Total fouls- Utah 28, Dallas 20. Technicals—Melon*. Dallas 3 illegal defense. A-16,651. KNICKS 103, LAKERS 96 New York (103) Bailey 5-13 1-2 11, Orr 4-6 4-4 12. Ewing 3-17 3-6 9, Sparrow 3-5 4-6 10, Wilkins8-180-116, Bannister8-142-518, Grunleld 3-5 2-2 8, Walker 2-10 4-4 B. Tucker 4-11 0-0 8, Thornton 1-1 1-1 3. Totals41-100 21-31103. L.A. lakers (H) Rambis 1-2 0-0 2, Worthy 6-14 7-9 19, Abdul-Jabbar 15-22 10-10 40, Cooper 4121-1 10, McGee3-100-07, Scott2-90-0 4, Lucas 4-10 2-2 10, Lester 0-0 0-0 0, Green 2-3 0-04. Totals 37-82 20-24 96. New York 31 19 31 22-103 Los Angeles 21 21 24 23- 96 Three-point goals—Cooper, McGee. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New York 69 (Bailey 10), Los Angeles 48 (Rambis 10). Assists—New York 26 (Sparrow 11), Los Angeles 24 (Cooper II). Total fouls— New York 25, Los Angeles 27. Technicals—Worthy, Los Angeles illegal defense 2. A—17,505. College scores Sunday's College Basketball By The Associated Press EAST Costleton St. 61, Buffalo St. 59 Elmira79, Penn St.-Behrend 68 Georgetown74, Louisiana St. 72 SOUTH N.Carolina St. 54, Kentucky 51 MIDWEST Briar Cliff 79, Iowa Wesleyan 73 Illinois 80, Purdue 68 Marycrest 71, Simpson 68 FAR WEST Oregon 65, California 55 San Jose St. 71 ,Cal-Irvine 55 Stanford 56, Oregon SI. 52 College men Saturday's late Result WEST TEXAS ST. 64, WICHITA ST. 54 Wichita St. (54) Hill 2-8 1-2 5, Coleman 0-3 2-2 2, Bailey 0-0 0-0 0, Normore 3-100-06, Grayer 1 -3 0-0 2, Cundiff 0-0 0-0 0, Dwight Praylow 5-11 1-2 11, Dwoyne Praylow 0-1 2-2 2, Santos 9-13 2-3 20, Radunovich 3-6 0-0 6, Carr 0-1 0-0 0, Williams 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-568-1154. West Texas St. (64) Johnson 2-5 1-2 5, Singletary 4-6 1-2 9, Woods 2-4 0-04, Lotus 3-51-27, Childs 8123-619, Graham 6-11 8-9 20. Totals 2543 14-21 64. Halhime— West Texas St. 33, Wichita St. 28. Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Wichita St. 26 (Radunovich 9), West Texas St. 33 (Childs, Graham 10) Assists—Wichita St. 18 (Normore, Dwighl Praylow 5), West Texas St. 24 (Childs 7). Total fouls—Wichita St. 20, West Texas St. 11. Technicals—Wichita St. coach Gene Smithson. A—3,013. Big 8 standings Today's schedule WOMEN League L Overall W L W L Oklahoma 4 2 16 3 Kansas 42 13 6 Iowa State 33 14 5 Colorado 33 13 6 Kansas State 33 12 7 Missouri 33 11 8 Oklahoma State 24 12 9 Nebraska 24 9 10 This week's schedule Tuesday Kansas State'at Nebraska. Wednesday Kansas at Iowa State, Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, Colorado at Missouri. Saturday Oklahoma at Iowa State, Colorado at Kansas State, Kansas at Oklahoma State, Nebraska at Missouri. MVC standings MEN Bradley Drake Tulsa Illinois State Indiana State Creighton West Texas St. So.Illinois Wichita Stati League L 0 2 3 4 5 5 6 6 7 W 9 6 6 5 3 3 3 2 1 rerall L 1 5 5 10 10 11 10 14 8 11 MONO AY, FEBRUARY 3 BASKETBALL Salina South girls at Salina Central, 7:30 p.m. .Friday Emporia State at Kearney State, Washburn at Fort Hays State, Missouri Western at Missouri Southern, Wayne State at Pittsburg State. Saturday Emporia State at Fort Hays State, Washburn at Kearney State, Missouri Western at Pittsburg State, Wayne State at Missouri Southern. Washburn Ma. Western Emporia State Fort Hays State Mo. Southern Pittsburg State Kearney State Wayne State W 6 6 5 4 2 2 2 1 W 19 19 18 15 14 11 10 7 WOMEN League Mo.Southern Mo.Western Pittsburg State Kearney State Fort Hays State Emporia State Washburn Wayne State Overall W 17 14 12 13 9 10 This Week's Schedule Monday Chadron State at Kearney State, NE Missouri State at Missouri Western, College at St. Mary at Wayne State. Tuesday Marymount at Emporia State, UMKC at Washburn, Peru State at Wayne State. Wednesday Missouri Southern at Pittsburg State. Friday Emporia State at Kearney State, Washburn at Fort Hays State, Missouri Western at Missouri Southern, Wayne State at Pittsburg State. Saturday Emporia State at Fort Hays State, Washburn at Kearney State, Missouri Western at Pittsburg State, Wayne State at Missouri Southern. KCAC standings MEN League Ove/all This week's schedule Thursday Drake at Wichita State, Southern Illinois at Illinois State, Tulsa at Creighton, West Texas State at Indiana State. Saturday Creighton at Bradley, Indiana State at Wichita State, Tulsa at Drake, West Texas State at Illinois State. CSIC standings MEN League Overall Tuesday Marymount at Emporia State, Kansas Newman at Fort Hays State Wednesday Benedictine at Pittsburg State. Thursday McPherson at St. John's- Winfield, Kansas Wesleyan vs. Marymount, Culver-Stockton at Baker, Central Methodist at Mid- America Nazarene, Kansas Newman at Friends. Saturday Baker at Central Methodist, St. John's-Winfleld at Bartlesville Wesleyan, Mid-America Nazarene at Culver-Stockton, Rockhurst at Benedictine. WOMEN League Overall W L W L Marymount - 16 6 Mid-America - - 9 12 Benedictine - 79 Kansas Newman - 5 14 Baker - 5 16 SJ-Winfield - - 0 15 This Week's Schedule Monday Bethel at Kansas Newman, Mid- America Nazarene at Benedictine. Tuesday Marymount at Emporia State Thursday McPherson at St. John's- Winfield, Culver-Stockton at Baker, Central Methodist at Mid- America Nazarene. Saturday Benedictine -at Marymount, Baker at Central Methodist, St. John's-Winfield at Bartlesville Wesleyan, Mid-America Nazarene at Culver-Stockton. Tabor Kan .Wesleyan Friends Bethany Southwestern Sterling McPherson Ottawa St. Mary-Plains Bethel W 12 13 10 11 10 10 8 5 5 4 L 8 4 7 9 9 9 10 12 13 16 This Week's Schedule Monday Bethel at Kansas Newman. Tuesday Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor, McPherson at Friends. Wednesday St. Mary of the Plains at Ottawa, Southwestern at Bethany, Sterling at Bethel. Thursday McPherson at St. John's- Winfield, Kansas Wesleyan vs. Marymount, Kansas Newman at Friends. Saturday Kansas Wesleyan at St. Mary of the Plains, Bethany at Ottawa, Bethel at Southwestern, McPherson at Sterling, Friends at Tabor. Friends WOMEN League W 11 St. Mary-Plains 10 Sterling 9 Kan.Wesleyan Bethel Bethany McPherson Southwestern Ottawa Tabor W 14 15 14 12 7 9 7 7 3 2 Juco standings JAYHAWK CONFERENCE MEN ' Western Division League Overall Overall This Week's Schedule Tuesday Marymount at Emporia State, Kansas Newman at Fort Hoys Stale, Chadron State at Kearney Stale, Missouri Western at UMKC, Peru State at Wayne State. Wednesday Benedictine at Pittsburg State., Butler County Dodge City Barton County Hutchinson Garden City Seward County Pratt Eastern Division W 18 IB 18 17 IS 13 11 22 12 13 8 10 11 8 7 WOMEN Western Division League This Week's Schedule Monday Bethel at Kansas Newman. Tuesday Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor, McPherson at Friends. Wednesday St. Mary of the Plains at Ottawa, Southwestern at Bethany, Sterling at Bethel. Thursday McPherson at St. John's- Winfield. Saturday Kansas Wesleyan at St. Mary of the Plains, Bethany at Ottawa, Bethel at Southwestern, McPherson at Sterling, Friends at Tabor. Independents MEN League Overall W L W L Marymount - - 12 12 Kansas Newman - - 10 16 Mid-America - - 8 15 Baker - - 7 15 Benedictine - - 3 19 St. John's - - 1 16 This Week's Schedule Monday Bethel at Kansas Newman, Mid- America Nazarene at Benedictine. Barton County Butler County Dodge City Hutchinson Pratt Garden City Seward County Overall W L 19 1 INDEPENDENT CONFERENCE MEN League Overall Highland Cloud County Colby Hesston Hoskell W 4 3 3 1 1 W 16 15 14 8 6 L 4 4 6 6 8 9 11 3 8 10 15 12 13 12 14 Thli Week's Schedule Tuesday Colby at Lamar, Kansas JV at Cloud County, Hesston at Kemper Military. Thursday Highland at York, Sterling JV at Hesston. Friday Platte at Cloud County, Wentworth Military at Hesston. Saturday Highland at Kansas State JV, Hutchinson at Colby, Hesston at Cloud County. Sunday Highland at Colby. WOMEN League Overall W L W L Cloud County 60 17 3 Colby 4 2 12 B Highland 4 2 12 12 Haskell 24 9 10 Labette County 14 3 14 Hesston 05 0 18 This Week's Schedule Tuesday Colby at Lamar. Wednesday Highland at Missouri Western JV, Friday Platte at Cloud County, Labette County at Hesston. Saturday Hutchinson at Colby, Hesston at Cloud County. Sunday Highland at Colby. KCAC players Russ PI el man of Kansas Wesleyan and Therese Stephens of St. Mary of the Plains have been named Players of the Week in the Kansas Conference. Plqiman, KW's 6-8 senior center, scored 43 points and grabbed 24 rebounds while leading the Coyotes to victories over McPherson and Sterling last week. Stephens, a 5-9 junior forward, scored 50 points in St. Mary's contests last week. Central-South GIRLS'BASKETBALL, 17 15 11 6 4 3 David Edwards Lanny Wadkins John McComish Bernhard Longer Johnny Miller Jay Delsing Rex Caldwell George Archer John Mahatfey BlaineMcCallister Mark O'Meara Bobby Wadkins Craig Stadler Tom Kite Bob Tway Steve Pate Mark Lye David Graham Hal Sutton Bob Gilder Scott Hoch 73-68-74—215 71-71.73_215 69-72.74—215 78-69-68—215 77-69-70—216 73-70-73—216 73-70-73—216 82-66-68-216 77.70-69—216 72-76-68—216 74-68-73—216 77.71-68—216 72-73-71—216 76-69-72—217 75-73-69-217 76-69-72—217 74.72-71—217 71-71-75—217 73-73-71—217 74-71-72—217 71-72-74—217 St. Louis Minnesota Toronto Detroit 51 46 33 27 189 206 195 177 194 204 251 276 LPGA results MIAMI (AP) — Final-round scores and money winnings Sunday of the $200,000 Elizabeth Arden Classic played on the 6,103-yard, par-72, Turnberry Isle Country Club course: A. Okomolo, $30,000 69-67-73-71 —280 M.S. Devlin, $18,500 69-71-72-69—281 Deb Massey, $13,500 68-72-71-72—283 lisa Young, $7,420 73-71-71-70—285 Pot Bradley, $7,420 70-74-71 -70—285 Lor!Garbocz,$7,420 75-67-71-72—285 Hollis Stacy, $7,420 72-68-72-73—285 Beth Daniel, $7,420 70-69-71-75—285 SallyQulnlan, $4,234 75-66-75-70—286 Betsy King, $4,233 74-68 73-71—286 Julllnkster, $4,233 70-71-72-73—286 JoAnne Corner, $3,300 74-75-69-69—287 Amy Benz, $3,300 75-67-73-72—287 Beverly Klass, $3,300 70-72-72-73—287 Chris Johnson, $2,734 73-76-69-70—288 Lynn Adams, $2,733 78-71 -66-73—288 N. Ledbetter, $2,733 70-73-71 -74—288 Sally Little, $2,350 69-74-74-72—289 Marlene Floyd, $2,350 73-73-69-74—289 Becky Pearson, $2,350 70-71-74-74—289 Dawn Coe, $2,350 69-72-73-75-289 Hole in one Marge Pankratz, 1837 Simmons, fired a hole in one Saturday at the Elks Country Club course. Pankratz used a 3-wood to ace the 102-yard par-3 No. 6 hole at Elks. The shot was witnessed by Oliver Pankratz, Lee Layne and Arlene Layne. Coffeyville 7 1 Independence 6 1 Allen County 6 2 Cowley County 5 3 Johnson County 3 5 Kansas City 2 5 Fort Scott 1 7 Neosho County 1 7 This Week's Schedule Monday Dodge City at Butler County, Independence at Kansas City, Hutchinson at Pratt. Tuesday Garden City at Barton County. Wednesday Allen County at Coffeyville, Johnson County at Cowley County, Fort Scott at Independence, Kansas City at Neosho County. Saturday Independence at Allen County, Hutchinson at Colby, Coffeyville at Cowley County, Garden City at Dodge City, Johnson County at Kansas City, Fort Scott at Neosho County, Butler County at Pratt, Barton County at Seward County. 15 Eastern Division Golf Cowley County 71 146 Kansas City 61 17 4 Coffeyville 62 119 Independence 52 128 Fort Scott 35 8 13 Allen County 26 6 IB Neosho County 26 315 Johnson County 08 117 Thli Week's Schedule Monday Dodge City at Butler County, Independence at Kansas City, Hutchinson at Pratt. Tuesday Garden City at Barton County. Wednesday Allen County at Coffeyville, Johnson County at Cowley County, Fort Scott at Independence, Kansas City at Neosho County, Seward County at Lamar, Pratt at Marymount JV. Saturday Independence at Allen County, Hutchinson at Colby, Coffeyville at Cowley County, Garden City at Dodge City, Johnson County at Kansas City, Fort Scott at Neosho County, Butler County at Pratt, Chi Chi Rodriguez Barton County at Seward County. (.. Jim Thorpe r. Football Season Winner I Score 1975-76 Central 46-38 Central 47-28 1976-77 South 41-44 ••Central 41-33 South 41-40 ••South 48-47 1977-78 South 43-34 Central 49-30 •-South 51-50 1978-79 South 59-57 South 64-55 1979-80 South 41-27 South 51-41 1980-81 South 44-28 South 34-35 1981-82 South 35-34 •-South 26-21 Central 36-35 1982-83 Central 40-32 ••Central 31-28 Central 41-35 1983-84 South 42-35 Central 37-32 1984-85 Central 36-21 ••Central 47-37 Central 32-20 1985-86 Central 56-38 ••Central 44-27 •-Sub-State ••Newton Invitational Series tied, 14-14 Prep boys Saturday's Late Results COLBY M.McCOOK, Neb. 42 McCook.Neb. 10 10 8 14 — 42 Colby 9 22 17 16 — 64 McCook — PotthoH 4, Schoup 6, Weigel 5, Dugger 9, Hofman 2, Welmers B, MohnsanB. Colby — Ludahl 7, Lechtenberger 4, Montlord 21 , Squibb 8, Malcolm 2, Lowe 16, Sweat 6. HOPE 65, HERINGTON 61 ' Herington 17 12 16 16 — 61 Hope 19 12 14 20 — 65 Herington — Sailer 11, Schlesener 8, Biehler 1 6, Obermeyer 20, Lewis 6. Hope — Hosteller 1, Shippy 9. Ryff 3, King 12, Coup 36, Lorson2, Kohman2. PGA scores PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) - Third- round scores Sunday hi the $600,000 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Golf Tournament played on the Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Cypress Point courses: Fuzzy Zoeller Payne Stewart MarkWiebe Tony Sills Tom Watson Ken Brown Bob Eastwood Dan Pohl Mark Pleil Andy Bean First downs Rushes-yards Passing Return Yards Camp-Alt Sacks by Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession AFC 24 30-93 289 5 25-43-4 5-35 5-46 1-1 3-15 30:53 Pro Bowl stats NFC 28, AFC 24 NFC 18 30-88 184 121 16-34-1 3-22 5-45 4-1 2-17 29:07 Individual Statistics RUSHING—NFC, Morris 8-34, Craig 825, Rlggs 6-17, Payton 3-14, McMahon 26, Simms 3-(minus 8). AFC, Allen 16-58, McNeil 10-30, James 1-5, Mack 1-3, O'Brien 2-(minus 3). PASSING—NFC, Simms 15-27-0-212, McMahon 1-6-1-7, Payton 0-1-0-0. AFC, Fouls 16-27-3-173, O'Brien 8-15-1-87, Allen 1-1-0-51. RECEIVING-NFC, Monk 4-61, Cosbie 4-55, Giles 3-40, Lofton 2-35, Craig 2-21, Riggs 1 -7. AFC, Largent 8-82, Chandler 4114, Clayton 4-46, Allen 3-13, Lipps 2-22, Christensen 1-13, Newsome 1-8, James 1-7, McNeil 1-6. MISSED FIELD GOALS-NFC, Andersen 54. Scoring Summary NFC 077 I4-2B AFC 7 17 0 0-24 First Quarter AFC—Allen 2 run (Anderson kick), 8:04. Second Quarter NFC—Browner 48 Interception return (Andersen kick), 2:27. AFC—Chandler 51 pass from Allen (Anderson kick), 5:56. AFC-FG Anderson 34,9:46. AFC—Lipps 11 pass from O'Brien (Anderson kick). 10:59. Third Quarter NFC—Monk 15 pass from Simms (Andersen kick), 4:40. Fourth Quarter NFC—Cosbie 2 pass from Simms (Andersen kick), 3:11. NFC-Giles 15 pass (Andersen kick), 12:13. A-50,101. Smythe Division Edmonton 36 11 6 78 279 215 Calgary 23 22 6 52 218 203 Los Angeles 17 2B 6 40 190 251 Vancouver 16 27 7 39 187 210 Winnipeg 17 32 5 39 198 252 Saturday's Games N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3 N.Y. Rangers 3, Hartford 1 Philadelphia 2, Quebec 2, tie Washington 5, New Jersey 4 Chicago?, Toronto 4 Montreal 2, Boston 1 Los Angeles 9, Winnipeg 6 Edmonton 4, Calgary 4, tie St. Louis 4, Detroit 3 Sunday's Games Toronto 4, Chicago 3 N.Y. Islanders 3, New Jersey 2, OT Boston 3, Pittsburgh 2 Buffalo 5, Quebec 3 Washington 5. Hartford 4, OT Winnipeg 6, Los Angeles 3 Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Game All-Star Game at Hartford, Conn., 7:05 p.m. Wednesday's Games Montreal at Quebec, 6:35 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Swimming YMCA results USS MIDWESTERN SWIM MEET At Sallno South Pool Salina YMCA Stingrays Sunday's Reiulti BOYS Blunder Drew Larson — 25-freestyle, 1st, 17.25; 25-backslroke, 5lh, 21.78; 50- freestyle, 4th, 41.35. Brad Harbin — 25-backstroke, 3rd, 21.99; 25-freestyle, 5th. 17.80; 50- freestyle, 5th, 41.96. Chad Coellner — 50-freestyle, 1st, 37.40. 100-medley relay — Snlino (Coellner, Luke Ryan, Harbin, Larson), 1st, 1:31.58. 9-10 Lance Davidson — 50-backstroke, 6th, 41.28; 200-IM, 6th, 3:36.0. Sean Biggs — 100-freestyle, 3rd, 1:14.95: 50-backstroke, 3rd, 40.56. Chris Weaver — 50-breaststroke, 6th, 48.97. 11-12 David Meysenburg — 100-freestyle, 4th, 1:12.15; 100-backslroke, 2nd, 1:16.49. Todd Davidson — 100-freestyle, 2nd, 1:06.02; 200-IM, 1st, 2:51.03. Hockey 440-dash — 3. Judy Byarlay, 67.22. 176-LH — 6. Gwen Hildebrand, 25.32. Marymount Results MEN Long jump — 3. Mike Rohde, 22-5'/i. 2-mile — 4. Chuck Goeckel. 10:16. . Open mile — 6. Chuck Budke, 4:54. 2-mile relay — 3. Morymount (Goeckel, Budke, Rohde, Tom Kane), 8:39. WOMEN 1,000-run — 5. Lenlce Riley, 3:04.16. Mile run — 5. Eileen Curry, 5:44. 60-HH — 4. Pom Kear, 9:01.1. MISSOURI INVITATIONAL ' At Columbia, Mo. Kansas State Results MEN High jump — 3. Troy Bolster, 6-8. Long jump — 1. Kenny Harrison, 25- BVi (national qualifying jump). Shot put — 2. Don O'Mara, 49-11; 3. Dan Meyer, 48-5'/i. 60-HH — 2. Aaron Roberson, 7.45. 60-dash — 5. Milron Leech, 6.48. Mile run — 4. Jim Knudes, 4:13.16; 5. Bryan Carroll, 4:15.78; 6. Bryan Zwahlen, 4:23.70. 600-run — 4. Gary Leeson, 1:13.9. 440-dosh — 5. Dave Williams, 51.93. 300-dash — 5. Milran Leech, 31.56. 1,000-run — 4. Pat Hessini, 2:16.4. 2-mile run — 2. Mike Rogers, 8:59.3. Mile relay — 3. KSU (Leeson, Leech. Harrison, Roberson), 3:16.2. WOMEN High jump — 1. Rita Graves, 5-10. 60-LH — 2.KimKilpotrick,8.16. 60-dash — 2. Annette Isom, 7.08; 3. Karen Brown, 7.10. Mile run —2. Anne Stadler, 4:47.98. 600-run — 3. Liz Rich, 1:28.5. 440-dash — 3. Felico Carpenter, 58.95. 300-dash — 1. Michelle Moxey, 35.28; 4. Annette Isom, 36.8. 1,000-run — 4. Angle Barry, 2:40.28. 880-run —2. Anne Stadler. 2:13.25. 2-mile run — 1. Jacque Struckhotf, 10:06.1; 2. Chris Vanatta, 10:13.7; 4. Alysun Decker!, 10:26.96. Mile relay — 1. KSU (Maxey, Brown, Carpenter, Kilpatrick), 3:53.23. Soccer Track MISL standings Major Indoor Soccer league By The Associated Press All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Baltimore 17 10 .630 — Minnesota 16 12 .571 1 '/, Cleveland 14 13 .519 3 Dallas 15 15 .500 3V, Pittsburgh 13 13 .500 3V, Chicago 9 16 .360 7 GIRLS 8-under Kelly Coellner — 25-freeslyle, 2nd, 15.87; 100-IM, 1st, 1:35.99; 25- backstroke, 3rd, 21.59; 50-freestyle, 1st, 36.83. Katie Marks — 100-IM, 3rd, 1:51.15; 50-freestyle, 4th, 43.97. 10-under Elizabeth Larson — 100-freestyle, 2nd, 1:17.53; 50-backstroke, 2nd, 41.16; 50- breaststroke, 2nd, 46.80. Katy Guest — 50-breaststroke, 4th, 48.02. 200-medley relay — Solina (Guest, Larson, Marks, Coeflner), 3rd, 3:00.14. 11-12 Mindy Krehbiel'— 100-freestyle, 2nd, 1:10.35; 100-breastslroke, 2nd, 1:32.03; 200-IM, 4th, 3:02.41. Elizabeth King — 100-freestyle, 4th, 1:12.33. Bridget Biggs — 100-backslroko, 3rd, 1:15.68; 100-breoststroke, 2nd, 1:27.99. 13-14 Karla Burkes — 200-IM, 5th, 2:55.16. Open Devon Coellner — 200-freestyle, 1st, 2:10.48; 200-breastslroke, 1st, 2:56.35; 100-freestyle, 1st, 59.85. from Simms Western Division 20 6 .769 .536 .462 .414 6 8 9 1 /, 10 11 69-66-70—205 71-69-70—210 70-69-72—211 72-68-71—211 71-67-73-211 74-73-66—213 70-70-73-213 71-70-72—213 73-67-73-213 75-71-68-214 72-72-70—214 72-68-74—214 NHL standings Notional Hockey League By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA Phldlphia 35 15 2 72 223 159 Wshngton 31 16 4 66 205 179 NY Isles 25 17 10 60 218 187 Pltsbrgh 23 24 6 52 200 192 NYRngrs 23 25 4 50 181 181 N.Jersey 15 34 2 32 187 244 Adams Division Montreal 30 17 5 65 230 175 Quebec 28 20 4 60 213 180 Boston 26 19 7 59 205 184 ' Hartford 26 24 1 53 211 193 Buffalo 24 23 5 53 195 184 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division Chicaqo 25 20 7 57 233 226 Indoor results ALEX FRANCIS INVITATIONAL At Hays Bethany Results MEN 300-dash — 1. Warren James, 32.81; 5. Brian White. 33.98. 35-pound throw — 1. Rob Bergstrom, 49-6'/i: 2. Tom Perkins, 41-9 1 /.; 4. Jay Krob,4l-0. Triple jump — 2. Rob Dyck, 46-4; 3. Mark Reno, 41-6'.; 5. Brian Bower, 3810 1 /.. 880-run — 5. Todd Kaulmon, 2:05.01: 6. Bill Bonilla, 2:10.14. PaJe vault-5. SkepWedel, 13-6. 60-dash — 4. Warren James. 6.44: 6. Brian White. 6.62. 176-IH — 6. Mark Reno, 21.68. Mile relay — 2. Bethany (Vorderbruegge, White, Gainey, Stevenson), 3:35.12. Long jump — 2. Rod Dyck, 22-5',; 4. Mike Gainey, 21-5: 6. Brian Bower, 19- Mile run — 5. Todd Kaufman, 4:32.75. Shot put — 3. Rob Bergstrom, 44-11: 6. JayKrob.41-6'/.. 1,000-run — 2. Bill Bonilla, 2:28.51. 440-dash — 6. Mike Gainey, 54.5. 60-HH — 5. Darren Vorderbruegge, 8.04. WOMEN 300-dash — 5. Gwen Hildebrand,40.35 (school record). San Diego Wichita 15 13 St. Louis 12 14 Tacoma 12 17 Los Angeles 10 16 .385 KansosCity 10 IB .357 Saturday's Games Tacoma?, Kansas City 3 Minnesota 6, Los Angeles 5 Sunday's Games Baltimore 5, Chicago 4 San Diego 4, Pittsburgh 2 Cleveland 4, Wichita 3 Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Los Angeles at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Baltimore at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. Minnesota at Son Diego, 9:35 p.m. Tennis Pro results PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Results Sunday in the $465,000 U.S. Pro Indoor Tennis Championships: Singles Championship Ivan Lend), Czechoslovakia, del. Tim Mayotte, Bradenton, Fla., default. Doubles Championship Scott Davis, San Jose, Calif., and David Tate, Las Vegas, Nov., def. Stefan Edberg and Anders Jarryd, Sweden, 7-6 (7-3), 3-6, 6-3, 7-5. Softball Slo-pitch scores MARCH OF TIMES CO-ED TOURNAMENT At Schilling Complex Sunday's Results First Championship Pretenders 6, Rudy's Moons 2. Second Championship Pretenders 9, Rudy's Moons 2. Loser's Bracket Finals Pretenders 1 0, ERA First Realty 0. Loser's Bracket Semifinals Pretenders 6, Rangers 5. f- Wrestling Prep results Freshman-Sophomore Tournament At Ellsworth Salina South Results 98 — Thane Hager placed third. 105 — Robbie Jilka placed third. 112 — Tim Kelley placed second. 132 — Jim Hughes placed fourth. 138 — Shannon Elam placed third. 167 — John Ludes placed first.

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