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10 Stevens Point (Wis.) Journal Saturday, January 28, 1984 Scoreboard Wisconsin Valley girls basketball W I. PT Ave OP Ave D.C. Everest Merrill Antigo Marshfield 10 0 632 63.2 443 44.3 10 1 703 63.0 489 44.1 7 4 532 48.4 485 44.1 4 483 48.3 514 51.4 5 598 54.4 502 45.8 Stevens Point Wisconsin Rapids 5 6 596 54.2 578 52.5 WausauEast 2 578 52.5 705 84.1 WausauWest 1 10 346 31.5 600 54.5 Rhinelander 0 10 476 47.6 631 63.1 RESULTS FRIDAY Antigo 46, Wausau West 22 Merrill 73, Wausau East 56 Stevens Point 70, Rhinelander 47 Marahfield 58, Wisconsin Rapids 56 GAMES TUESDAY Antigo at Rhinelander Marshfield at Merrill D.C. Everest at Wausau West Stevens Point at Wisconsin Rapids Prep basketball By The Associated Press Oconto Falls 72, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 50 Oconto 59, Weyauwega-Fremont 55 Luxemburg-Casco 70. Sevastopol 63 Oakfield 68, Laconia 59 Prentice 73, Granton 40 Hayward 56, Spooner 54, OT NeilisvUle 49, Owen-Withee 42 Wisconsin Rapids 83, Marshfield 46 Wausau East 47, Merrill 45 Pittsville 61, Athens 54 Colby 75, Loyal 46 Lonura 62, North Fond du Lac 55 Osceola 52, Unity 31 Rosholt 67, Tigerton 51 Howards Grove 54, Oostburg 49 Bonduel 67, Marion 38 Southern Door 81, Kewaunee 63 - Bay Port 63, Clintonville 54 Green Bay West 58, Fond du Lac 38 Milw. North 71, Milw. Tech 64 Milw. Vincent 97, Milw. Pulaski 69 Kenosha St. Joseph 67, Milw. More 59 Racine St. Catherine 79, Whitefish Bay Dominican 66 Wauwatosa East 66, Wauwatosa West 62 Whitefish Bay 63, Milw. West 50 Grafton 49, Hartland Arrowhead 38 Menomonee Falls North 88, Germantown 69 Wales 76, Hales Comers 54 Greendale 92, Pewaukee 59 St. Francis 51, Mukwonago 50 Ripon 43, Berlin 41, OT Muskego 88, Oak Creek 61 Minocqua 48, Tomahawk 40 Park Falls 92, Eagle River 25 Medford 69, Phillips 61 Kenosha Bradford 62, Milw. Bay View 60 West Bend East 58, West Bend West 48 Greendale Luther 86, Delafield St. John 46 Maple Northwestern 68. Rice Lake 47 Hayward 56, Spooner 54, OT Almond 78. Bowler 58 Plainfield 51, Menominee 49 Iola-Scandinavia 64, Port Edwards 47 Wild Rose 77, Gresham 57 Winter 80, New Auburn 46 Antigo 75, Wausau West 68, OT Stevens Point 77, Rhinelander 70 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 64, Chippewa Falls McDonell54 Edgar 77. Abbotsford 42 Clear Lake 57, Siren 52 Marathon 47, Rib Lake 34 Spencer 66, Stratford 56 Aubumdale 73, Greenwood 59 Stanley-Boyd 72, Caddot 47 Wabeno 59, Florence 55 White Lake 56, Elcho 41 Blackwell Job Corps 78, Merrill Lutheran 42 Nekoosa 45, Portage 40, OT Mercer 86, Drummond 77 Ozaukee 59, Elkhart Lake 43 Cedar Grove 46, Random Lake 35 Sheboygan Falls 70, Kohler 68 New Holstein 75, Kiel 54 Plymouth 65, Chilton 49 Two Rivers 56, Kewaskum 52 Gillett 63, Niagara 45 Wasaukee 73, Coleman 52 Peshtigo 70, Lena 31 Swing 48, Crivltz 45 Marinette 62, Seymour 56, OT Cumberland 74, Barron 58 Ladysmith 65, Chetek 55 Shell Lake 71. Minong 40 Turtle Lake 57, Prairie Faarm 39 Weyerhaueser 67, Birchwood 44 Hortonville 55, Winneconne 36 Waupaca 65, Little Chute 64 Omro 52, Wautoma 46 Appleton Xavier 57. Appleton Lutheran 55, OT Osnkosh Lourdes 72, DePere Pennings 38 Fond du Lac Springs 44, Manitowoc Roncalli 33 Appleton East 73, Osnkosh North 55 Kunberly 75, Osnkosh West 61 Neenah 67, Appleton West 59 Menasha 61, Kaukauna 58 Ashwaubenon 58, Shawano 49 Plymouth 65, Chilton 49 Denmark 52, Hilbert 47 Freedom 65. Mishicot 47 Valders 81, trillion 57 ReedsviUe 64, Wrightstown 55 Green Bay East 56, Green Bay Southwest 48 Bowling nutshell SKIPP'S BOWLING CENTER Fit Nile Mixed Cols. High game, series Men ft. ZakosU 210; R. Prondi 204; R. Check 201; J. KotolsW 197. High game, series Women K. Kowieski 213; D. (Seck 205 (526): S. Fix 196; C. Wiemik 180, 179, 166 (525); L. fronds 177. Sportsman's High game, series Men J. Dembach 266, 212, 210 (688); M- Buia 227 (278): D. Hamerski Hi (600); D. Morton 215 (554); L. Zimmerman 213, 192 (576 ; K. Napiwocki 212; L. Drews 211; N. Fletcher 210, 204, 201 (615); D. Kranski 207; R. Wisniewski 207; D. simonis 204, 203 (564); T. Senilis 203 (568); M. Walkush 203; K. Zelhofer 202; C. Petrick 202; B. Derezinski 200; R. Hodson 200; E. Polum 199; M. Fletcher 199; G. Terciynski 197. High team score Moore Barn 2880, 1037. High game, series Women F. Cieslewicz 184, 176, 167 (527); D. Kruzitski 193: P. Gliniecki 187, 167 (498); D. Drews 180; B. KUmmer 166 (478); C. Krause 178 (526); S. Jorgenson 166; R. Zelewski 190, 165 (486); C Wisniewski 185; B. Tork 174 (486). High team seen Big Moon Saloon 2164; Big Jim's 767. POINT BOWL FrL Mixed Weekly Cob. High game, series Mei ft. Litersld 221, 212, 191 624); L. Weir 222, 191 (600); R. Pacyna 199, 2M (582); B. Conachen 205 (550); B. Polum 200; S. Schneider 198. High game, series Womea E. Weir 169, 185, 214 1568); M. Saddison 181. 180 (501); P. Litersld 193 (483): C. Conachen 190; C. Nelson 184; C. Pacyna 177: B KeU 172; K. Fields 171. High team scare West Point Motors 2142, 782. Fit Mea's Ree. High game, series Mei B. GoDonik 242, 223, 212 ( 677)Tg. Hetzer 204, 259, 199 (662); K. Luoma 2Z7, 206, 205 (638); D. Pliska 223. 204, 202 (629); J. Sea vers 200. 216, 206 (6221; R. Stankey 191, 237 (6021; P. Snow 235 ( 564); D. Stransky 235 (579); J. Lila 222; N. Kedrowski 214 (562); B. Kedrowski 204 (573); H Kedrowski 196, 204 (555); G. Chase 204: K. Sellenheim 203 ( 570); B. Tepp 203: G. Schulist 201: M. Phillips 200: D. Ohlert 199 ( 552); K. Klein 196 (560); D. Moyer 195, 191 1570); J. Slavens 194 1562); R Quist 194 ( 551); D. Jones 194; P. Firkus 193; J. Heunng 192; G. Fluguar 192; R. Moore 192; T. Garski 191: B. Voelker 190; J. Glodowski 190. Higk learn seere Clark 2937; Top Hat 1076. Frl. Wdle Gskhes High came, series Mea C. Doughty 184, 203 (531): H. Liebig 185, 169, 161 (515); H. Kippenban 189, 167 (509); E. Ceplina 189 (490); C. Gresiak 187; S. Schmutier 173, 204; C. Zimmerman 163 (453); J. Kusch 161 1523); T. Woyak 224. 203, 160 (587); C. Weisbrod 198. 177 (532); L. Steward 173, 162, 189 (524); J. Drefcinski 170, 166 (494); H. Peterson 171; L. Ligman 189. High game, series Womea . Whittaker 155; E. Somen 146; F. Drefcinski 184; R. Doughty 164, 152 I450i; A. Short 211. 178, 160 i549); L Wroblewski 176. 172 (486); E. Ceplina 174, 169 (481); S. Polebits-lo 164. 150: A. Knbuiak 196: S. Lind 164: G. Martini 186 1484); L. Ligman 191 (502); G. Schmatxer 150; M Kusch 155; L. Steward 155. Blackhawk Archers Teaas W L 1. Rowe Insurance t 1 z. Worth Company 74 1. Snort Shop X 44 4 4. Hunters Comer H 3 S Nelson Supply f 1 .Happy Joes J 7. Barrel Inn 4 S I Pete Fiiu Const 4 . Butter's Bar 4 M. Hunter's Corner I J1 S4 11. Northern Bait Tackle J4 V 12. Elbow Room J f 13. Gary's Tap at GriD I 14. Chet Rafil Drywail 15 Sport Shop I I MesTVkie srratrk John Rowe 299. Joe Cass 298. Torn Rowe 2- Meal's aie sera Raters Clark Merk 275. Jim Dana 176. Mart Groins 174-Mea's kick fcaadtraa Mike Lepak 335. Bill Pnbei 328. Mark Tepp t. Torn Kaiesta 32. Weasea s Me srratra - Kellv Pechinskl J67; Waaaea's aiga l Jiv. Wisconsin Valley boys basketball W L PT Ave OP Ave Stevens Point 11 0 695 63.2 561 51.0 Antigo 8 3 673 61.2 617 56.1 Wisconsin Rapids 7 4 582 52.9 484 44.0 WausauEast 7 4 594 54.0 550 50.0 -Marshfield ( 5 667 60.6 693 63.0 WausauWest 5 7 769 64.1 767 63.9 D.C.Everest 4 6 553 55.3 535 53.5 Rhinelander 1 9 583 58.3 663 66.3 Merrill 0 11 425 38.6 686 82.4 RESULTS FRIDAY Antigo 75, Wausau West 68, OT Wausau East 47, Merrill 45 Stevens Point 77, Rhinelander 70 Wisconsin Rapids 83, Marshfield 46 GAMES TUESDAY Rhinelander at Antigo Merrill at Marshfield Wausau West at D.C. Everest Wisconsin Rapids at Stevens Point Sheboygan North 69, Green Bay Preble 56 Manitowoc 48, aheboygan aoutn 42 Pulaski 68, New London 57 DePere 69, West DePere 61 Green Bay Premontre 71, Marinette Catholic 55 Southern Door 81, Kewaunee 63 Sturgeon Bay 53, Gibraltar 29 Crandon 65, Pembine 64 Algoma 85, Manitowoc Lutheran 80 Bayfield 68, Butternut 63 Washburn 75, Port Wing 44 Glidden 75, Mellen 48 Solon Springs 52, Ondossagon 47 Cambridge 77, Hustisford 67 Eau Claire Memorial 64, La Crosse Central 52 Altoona 78, Gilman 54 Thorp 71, Cornell 45 Glenwood aty 76, Elmwood 45 Arkansaw 74, Pepin 58 Elk Mound 61, Prescott 54 Colfax 51, Spring Valley 50 St. Croix Central 57, Boyceville 53 Arcadia 92, La Crescent, Minn. 57 West Salem 65, Black River Falls 61 Bruce 49, Lake Holcombe 35 River Falls 62, Hudson 57 Ellsworth 67, Durand 60 Amery 61, New Richmond 43 Baldwin-WoodviUe 65, Mondovi 58 Madison West 71, Madison LaFollette 58 Madison Memorial 69, Sun Prairie 63 JanesviUe Parker 57, Madison East 51 Beloit Memorial 27, Janesville Craig 26 Monona Grove 49, Fort Atkinson 45 Oregon 57, Sauk Prairie 56 Stoughton 59, Monroe 53 Columbus 49, DeForest 43 Mount Horeb 79, Lodi 62 McFarland 59, Verona 48 Wisconsin Heights 57, Waunakee 53 West Grant 71, Potosi 57 Shullsburg 78, Belmont 61 Bloomington 57, CassvUle 42 Pardeevflle 51, Green Lake 46 Montello 57, Randolph 42 Cambria-Friesland 74, Fall River 61 Westfield 65, Princeton 57 Rio 59, Poynette 58 Dodgeland 65, Lake Mills 54 Lake Mills Lutheran 81, Williams Bay 39 Deerfield 61, Waterloo 53 Palmyra-Eagle 76, Marshall 62 Markesan 68. Campbellsport 56 Mayville 75, Horicon 54 Oakfield 88, Laconia 59 Watertown 61, Beaver Dam 51 NHL Standings By Hie Associated Press All Times CST Wales Conference Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA NY Isles 31 18 2 64 225 178 NY Rangers 29 17 S 63 210 191 Philadelphia 27 IS 7 61 213 174 Washington 26 21 4 56 185 167 Pittsburgh 10 33 5 25 148 214 New Jersey 10 35 5 25 139 212 Adams Division Buffalo 32 13 6 70 203 162 Boston 32 14 3 67 215 148 Quebec 27 18 5 59 236 179 Montreal 23 24 3 49 189 188 Hartford 15 27 6 36 162 204 Campbell Conference t Norris Division Minnesota 27 19 4 58 239 228 St. Louis 21 26 5 47 193 210 Chicago 19 27 5 43 173 195 Toronto 16 28 6 38 195 243 Detroit 16 29 5 37 175 217 Smythe Division Edmonton 38 8 5 81 299 201 Calgary 19 19 11 49 181 200 Winnipeg 19 23 8 46 226 250 Vancouver 18 28 6 42 201 213 Los Angeles 14 27 10 38 211 244 Friday's Games Detroit 2, Buffalo 2, OT Washington 6, Toronto 1 Minnesota 10, St. Louis 8 Los Angeles 2, Calgary 2, tie New Jersey 3, Edmonton 3, tie Vancouver 4, Philadelphia 0 Saturday's Games Winnipeg at Boston Detroit at N.Y. Islanders Hartford at Quebec Los Angeles at Edmonton Pittsburgh at Montreal Washington at Toronto Chicago at Minnesota Sunday's Games Montreal at Boston Quebec at Hartford Pittsburgh at Buffalo St. Louis at N.Y. Rangers Philadelphia at Chicago New Jersey at Vancouver CSC boys basketball (Statistics through Jan. 2t) TEAM STATISTICS FG-A Pet FT-A Pet Bowler 190-496 .38 117-167 .70 Iola 201-483 .42 87-149 ..58 Almond 163-379 .43 75-171 .44 Amherst 204-484 .42 116-187 .62 Shiocton 211-519 .41 117-197 .59 Wild Rose 204-484 .42 131-214 .61 Gresham 186-490 .38 69-128 .54 Port Edwards 136-314 .43 86-128 .67 Menominee 184-493 .37 60-106 .57 Rosholt 165-418 .39 60-144 .42 Tigerton 177-469 .38 105-186 .56 Tn-County 153-396 .39 40-72 .56 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS FG-A Pet FT-A Pet TP Ave SchoelzeJ.Sh 70-181 .39 44-73 .60 184 23 0 Peterson. WR 56-110 .51 39-52 .75 151 18 9 Zinser, Amh 53-122 .43 26-41 .63 132 16.5 Moe. I-S 51-100 .51 21-27 .77 123 15.4 Kohn.Tig 41-99 .41 37-51 .65 119 14.9 Brei. Bow 45-102 .44 2744 .61 117 14.6 Oskey.Sh 55-100 .55 16-29 .55 116 14.5 Przvbylski, R 36-107 .34 17-34 .50 115 14.4 Madosh, Men 44-72 .61 23-38 .61 111 13.9 Bnimn.Am 44-91 .48 22-32 .69 110 13.8 Nillisen, Bow 46-102 .45 8-12 .67 100 12.5 Hoffman. Gr 41-97 .42 17-26 .65 99 12.4 Rosenthal. I-S 43-86 .50 12-19 .63 98 12.3 Bassuener. PE 41-80 .51 15-25 .60 97 12.1 Jensen, WR 40 .45 17-42 .40 97 12 1 Spruce. Men 44-124 J5 7-14 .50 95 11.9 Ninham.Gr 41-95 .43 12-23 .52 94 11.1 Aift. Tig 37-98 -M 20-36 .56 94 11 8 Hendncks. Tig 36-90 .40 22-36 .61 94 118 DomasM-S 44-98 .45 5-13 J 93 10 J Rebnmd Leaders Peterson. WR. 101: Brei. Bow. 98: Oskey. Sh.97: Beniamin. Amh, 97; Jensen, WR, 94: Kohn, Tie. 89; Spiennes. Amh. 83; Jenks. WR. 79; Charles. I-S. 73; Schoeizel. Slu. 71; Spruce, Men, 70. College Basketball By The Associated Press EAST Holr Cross 77. Colgate 54 ViUanora (9, Connertw-ut 51 SOCTH Aobara 8. Louisiana St. 78 SOUTHWEST Rice 65. Arkansas 62 Jayvee basketball STASH girts (11-1) 62 Rhneiaader 43 Panther scorers: Heidi Singer II (19 rebounds), Marv Mine 12. Dawn Btsbee J. Sue Korhl I. Lori Hocking I. Cindee Strdl 4 (5 rebounds). Paula Strong 4. Tern Strotk 1. SPASH is at Wisconsu Rapids Lincoln next Tuesday. Pointers BY DON FRIDAY Journal Sports Editor Dick Bennett has learned in some 20 years as a basketball coach that the game is far more than diagramming the x's and o's. The past few days, at least, he has added a strong sales pitch to his coaching repertoire. The UW-Stevens Point mentor has been trying to sell his players that the approach to the game which has proven so succssful for him over the years must be followed for 40 minutes of each contest. Almost overshadowed by the controversial finish of Wednesday's 62-60 defeat at the hands of Whitewater was the fact that the Pointers again dug a big hole for themselves by failing to follow Bennett's game plan for most of the first half. Bennett, meanwhile, is trying his best to put the Whitewater game and all the fireworks which took place in the final seconds and afterwards behind him. "I've been involved in athletics as a player and coach for about 40 years and done a lot of things," Bennett said Friday. " I've become aware of my imperfections and also learned how to put things in perspective awfully fast. It's been an emotional, exhausting week but I'm ready to go again. I just hope my players are." Bennett said he has held serious dis 10th straight win for Al mOnd girls '5' Racking up its tenth consecutive win without a loss, the Almond High School girls basketball team whitewashed Bowler Friday night, 58-21, to highlight Central State Conference basketball action. Tigerton (9-1) whipped Rosholt (3-7), 45-20 to round out local results. No score was reported on Menominee at Tri-County. . In non-conference action, Manawa (12-1) defeated Amherst (84), 57-33, and Iola-Scandinavia (6-6) beat Port Edwards (50-26). Almond scored almost all its necessary points in the first quarter. The Eagles employed their usual tactic, a full court man-to-man press, and exploded to an 18-2 first quarter lead. Eagles' coach Terry Mengel called off the press in the second quarter and brought in new faces, as the Panthers held a 94 edge in the quarter. The Panthers, however, continued to be boggled by the Eagles' defense, tallying just 16 points through three quarters and trailed 37-16. Julie Lesinski, who tallied a game-high 23 points, collected 10 in the first period. Kathy Mehne added 14 and Pam Berry 12. Almond hit 23 of 56 floor shots (41 percent) and Bowler was an ice-cold seven of 38 (18 percent). Mehne and Berry snared seven rebounds apiece to lead the Eagles to a 30-18 rebounding edge. Almond will host Necedah in a non-conference game Feb. 2. Iola opened a 22-9 half time lead and continued to add to the margin over the final two quarters. Mary Pedersen had a big night for the Thunderbirds, scoring 22 points. Ann Battels with 11 and Jean Bubolz with 10 led Port. I-S hit on 21 of 58 shots from the field and eight of 17 from the line while the Blackhawks connected on only 10 of 42 No action against Ivery MILWAUKEE. (AP) Both Green Bay Packer Coach Forrest Gregg and a National Football League official say that running back Eddie Lee Ivery will not be punished for his cocaine dependency problem, which resulted in him missing much of the 1983 season. Gregg, who replaced Bart Starr as Packer coach late last month December, said in an interview with The Milwaukee Journal published today that Ivery "starts off equal to everybody" when the club's training camp opens next summer. Charles Jackson, the NFL's assistant director of security, was quoted as having said Thursday there was no reason to punish Ivery. "He has sought help. As of right now, there will be no punishment of any kind initiated against him," Jackson said. Jackson said that the NFL views each case independently and that in Ivery's situation, unlike those of some other players with similar problems who have been punished by the league, the player was not involved in a criminal investigation or subpoenaed to testify about criminal wrongdoing before his admission of a cocaine problem. Jackson said that, in a case such as Ivery's, the league's priorities include making sure the player gets treatment, making sure the player continues treatment, and convincing the player that he can be rehabilitated. Ivery spent about a month in the Hazelden Foundation drug treatment program near Minneapolis before he made his public admission of cocaine dependency last month. He said he would continue in a treatment program at Green Bay. Gregg said he felt it was "absolutely wrong" for Ivery to have used the drug. But the Packer coach added: "I admire guys who will stand up and confess." Gregg was coach of the Cincinnati Bengals last season when two of his players, Pete Johnson and Ross Browner, were suspended for a month by the NFL after their use of cocaine became a matter of public record. Johnson and Browner testified at a June trial that they had both purchased cocaine on several occasions. NBA Standings By Tke Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE AUutie Division W L Pet. GB Boston 34 t .791 Philadelphia 14 .(74 S New York 24 IS .571 94 New Jersey 22 22 iOD 124 Washington 19 25 .432 154 Central Dtvtsfea Milwaukee 24 19 .558 Detroit 23 19 48 H Atlanta 24 20 .545 4 Chicago v IS 24 .400 64 Indiana 12 29 J23 11 Cleveland 12 30 .23 114 get Bennett soles pitch cussions with his squad the past couple of days while preparing for tonight's State University Conference clash at Platteville. "I have certain beliefs in how the game should be played," he said, Vand I'll go to the wall for those beliefs. No one team will change my mind on them. "I really don't know how good we are but from here on out I think you'll see the brand of basketball I want played for the full 40 minutes. At least the players have been informed and I hope they've listened. "I have never changed my approach to each opponent. But, really, what I think and feel is secondary to what the kids think and feel. That's my major concern. Success can go to your head awfully fast with young people." The damaging loss to the Warhawks (8-0) dropped the Pointers, who are 12-3 overall, two games behind in the loss column with a 5-2 record. "It's important now that we just go out and play," Bennett said. "We have to put blinders on in terms of what happens around the rest of the league." After the near-disaster against Osnkosh here just one week ago, the Pointers shouldn't be guilty of overcon-fidence against a second-division foe. Bennett ranks Platteville, along with Superior, as the most improved club in the WSUC this season. and six of 19 respectively. Port enjoyed a 32-24 rebounding edge, led by Sandy Montag who pulled down 10. Jolie Charles had six boards for the T-Birds. I-S will host Wisconsin Rapids Assumption next Tuesday. Tigerton turned a close half, 13-9, into a rout in the second half by out-scoring Rosholt 32-11 in the second half. Dawn Robbins tossed in 18 points to lead Tigerton. Jackie Check topped the Hornets with six points. Tigerton hit 18 of 56 field goals and nine of 17 at the line. Rosholt pulled up lame on eight of 39 and four of 13, respectively. Tigerton held a 30-25 rebounding edge. Hornet Rubie Pepowski grabbed eight. Rosholt hosts Amherst next Tuesday. A quick start propelled Manawa past Amherst. Manawa jumped to a 21-6 first quarter lead and led 34-16 at halftime. Amherst was never able to trim the lead in the second half . Sonja Sorenson led the Wolves with 18 points, while Sheryl Brighum added 17andKayFerg 12. Julie Garske was the lone Falcon in double figures with 16. Manawa, which had a 17-9 edge at the line, made 20 of 57 field goals and Amherst 12 of 57. Manawa had a 34-28 rebounding edge. Garske grabbed 12. Amherst is at Wausau Newman on Tuesday. Iola-Scan. 11 11 14 1450 Port Edwards 2 7 1 1126 Bowler Almond Tigerton Rosholt Amherst Manawa 2 9 5 5-21 18 8 11 21-58 2 11 16 16-45 7 2 1 5-20 6 10 6 1133 21 13 8 1557 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest iHvtuoa Utah 27 16 .628 Delias 25 19 24 San Antonio 20 24 .455 74 Denver 19 25 .432 84 Houston 18 26 .409 94 Kansas GtT 17 25 .4(3 94 Pacific Dtvtsioa Los Angeles 26 16 .619 Portland 27 18 .600 H Seattle 22 19 .537 34 Golden State 20 25 .444 74 Phoenix 19 24 .442 74 San Diego 15 28 .349 114 Sunday's Game AO-Star Game ai Denver Coached by 20-year veteran Dick Wadewitz, the Pioneers have been competitive almost every time out this season despite records of 3-4 in the league and 5-12 overall. "Platteville has two quick guards, two very physical players inside and, in Mike Ehler, the best scorer in the conference," Bennett said. "And Dick Wadewitz is one of my favorite people. "Dick's teams just keep playing. The never try to pace themselves or slack off. It takes a full 40 minutes to beat them, especially when you have adopted an approach like we have based on maximum effort." The 6-5 Ehler, who is averaging 20 points and 5.8 rebounds per game, is a questionable participant tonight, however. He missed a 73-66 victory over UW-Milwaukee earlier this week because of a sprained ankle. If Ehler is unable to play, his spot will be taken by 6-5, 215-pound Ken Thompson, who came through with 14 points and 16 rebounds in the win over UW-M. Other Pioneer starters include 5-10 Derrick Johnson (11.0) and 6-0 Tim Hill (9.5) at guard, 6-5 Tom Steinhaus (12.0) at forward and 6-7, 225-pound Ken Miller (3.0) at center. Also seeing playing time are 6-2 Jim Kalinowski, 6-3 Ray Wagner, 6-0 Bob Dallman and 6-5 Larry Bylsma. Bennett said he is making a change Pointer Sports Lady cagers whip TOW MENOMONIE - Behind the strength of a front line which accounted for 63 points, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point women's basketball team easily defeated UW-Stout 77-53 here Friday. In winning their third straight Wisconsin Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game in as many tries as well as improving their season record to 10-5, the Lady Pointers played their most impressive game of the year on the road. While compiling a perfect 64 record at home, the Point women had struggled on the road. The Pointers were in control all of the way as they jumped off to a 39-20 halftime lead and then steadily built on that total in the second half. Karla Miller, a 6-0 sophomore from Kaukauna, led Point in the opening stanza with 12 points while fellow frontliners Sue Murphy and Regina Bayer each added six markers. Miller continued her sterling play in the second half and eventually earned game scoring honors with 24 points. She converted 11 of 17 field goal attempts and both of her free throws. She also tied for game rebounding laurels with 10. Bayer was the only othr Pointer in double figures with 12 points, but each UW-SP player who made the trip scored. Karen Heinig led Stout with 16 points while Kathy Quilling added 13. Lori Klingler topped UW-S rebounders with 10. UW-SP shot 53 percent from the field by making 35 of 66 field goals, but added only seven conversions in 15 attempts from the free throw line. Men swimmers defeat Badger Jayvees The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men's swim team primed up for today's big dual meet showdown with La Crosse by defeating the UW-Madi-son junior varsity 61-49 in a dual meet Friday at Gelwicks Memorial Pool. The victory improved the Pointers' 1983-84 dual meet record to 44. UW-SP will attempt to improve on that mark today at 1 p.m. when they host La Crosse in a co-ed dual meet Scott Blaney led the Pointers with first place finishes in both the one meter required and one meter optional diving events. Also winning firsts for Point were Scot Moser, 200 freestyle, 1:51.4; John Johnstone, 100 freestyle, TV sports network to begin on April 3 MILWAUKEE (AP) - The Wisconsin Sports Network for cable television has announced plans to begin broadcasting April 3, and a change in its name to SPORTSVUE. The network said it would start operations by carrying the baseball season opener between the Milwaukee Brewers and Oakland A's. It said it would telecast the April 5 basketball game between the Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers. The network tentatively plans on carrying 67 Brewer games, 22 of which are at home, and 33 Bucks games, 13 of them at home. It also hopes to carry 40 University of Wisconsin events, featuring hockey and basketball; 10 Marquette University events, primarily basketball games; 20 American League baseball games; 10 National Basketball Association games and 20 National Hockey League games. State college scores By The Aiewialeal Press BassetaaH Ripca 7C, Moranoutb 7i Bekxt S4. Cornell 52 Lakeland 11. Mil. Engineering 77 UW-Wauiesha S. UW-Shrtwvean SI UW-Fond du Lac St Moraine Park Tech 51 UW-Marathon . UW-Marshfield U Gogebic 94. Midstale Tech 77 Harsejr Wisconsin 5, Minnesota 4 in his startine lineuo tonieht. Keith Fenderson, a 6-1 sophomore from Racine Horlick, will replace soph Craig Hawley in the backcourt, joining 5-10 senior mainstay Brad Soderberg. The front line stays the same with 6-3 junior Terry Porter, 6-9 junior Dave Schlundt and 6-6 senior Tim Lazarcik. "We need a little more board play from our off guard," said Bennett. "Craig has been a little inconsistent and Keith convinced me he earned the starting shot with his performance under pressure against Whitewater. "You'll probably see me using more people the. rest of the season. I'm just not satisfied with the seven-man rotation, although I wish the situation was more cut and dried." POINTER POOP The Pointers have won the last nine meetings with UW-P and lead the all-time series, 52-42...Last season, UW-SP won both meetings by scores of 61-44 at Platteville and 89-50 here...The Pioneers have a slight edge on the Pointers offensively, 71.6 to 7l.J, bat UW-SP's defense, which continues to lead the nation with a 48.1 allowance, Is light years ahead of UW-P which is permitting 75.3 per eating.. .The Pointers are 3-2 en the road thus far while Bennett has a 4-3 record at PlattevtUe...All but two members of the Pointer squad are shooting at least it percent from the Beld...The Pointers have lost on both occasions this season whes) they have allowed an opponent to score 69 or more points. ..Hawley leads in assists with 4.7 per game while Porter, who also averages two steals per anting, is next at 4.6.. .The Pointers are averaging Just 16.5 turnovers per game while forcing the opposition into 19.1...Wadewlts has a career 238-281 record at PlattevUle...Ehler has tallied 1,781 points In his Pioneer career.. .Tonight's game will be broadcast by Radio Station WSPT-FM. - Stout 77-53 Stout was smothered by the Point person-to-person defense and converted only 29 percent of its field goal attempts (23 of 78). The Pointers earned a slight 46-44 edge in rebounding while each team was guilty of 18 turnovers. Point coach Bonnie Gehling felt her team played a solid all-around game with the strong inside game being the deciding difference. "Our inside game was too strong for them both offensively and defensively," Gehling said. "We were able to operate a controlled fast break which led to some uncontested baskets. Our defense forced some low percentage shots. "The guards were able to work the ball inside to Miller and she did her thing, put the ball in the basket. "We had a chance to play our freshmen which contributed to our 'team' approach and everyone scored. The freshmen played a strong and intense second half. They continue to improve with each practice and game." The Pointers will be in action again Monday when they play at UW-La Crosse in a major WWIAC showdown. LADY POINTERS (77) Sheila Ricklefs 3-4 04) 6, Ann Magnin 1-3 0-0 2, Pat Trochinski 1-7 2-2 4, Amy Gradeclu 4-7 04 I, Donna Piaonka 0-1 2-2 2, Karla Miller 11-17 2-2 24, Kathy Bogan 2-4 0-1 4, Sue Murphy 4-8 0-2 8, Debbie Beyer 3-8 14 7, Regina Bayer S-9 04 11 Totals 35-66 7-15 77. STOUT (53) Jan Matye 2-4 0-0 4, Karen Futhey 0-5 0-0 0, Lori Klingler 1-8 3-6 5, Joan Bengston 0-2 1-4 1, Lori VanderWegen 2-13 1-3 5, Mary Bens 4-11 1-1 9, Kathy Phillips 0-1 04 0, Karen Heinig 8-17 0-1 18, Kathy Quilling 6-17 1-2 13. Totals 23-78 7-17 53. UW-Stotrt t 1363 UW-Stevens Point 39 1877 neDounas: un-ar m 44 (Klingler 10). Assis Sh UW-SP 14 (Trochu UW-SP 18, UW-S 18. Rebounds: UW-SP 48 (Miller 10, Bayer 9), UW-S I). Assists: uw-s 1 (vanaer wegen (Trochinski J, Miller 3). Turnovers: Fouls: UWnSP 19. UW-S 17. Fouled out: u Ken. 49.9: and Pete Samuelson, 200 back- stroke, 2:02.7. The Pointers also captured firsts in both the 400 medley relay and in the 400 freestyle relay. Members of the medley relay unit which had a time of 3:51.0 were Scott Jackman, Greg Schneider, Steve Davis and Johnstone while the freestyle relay was composed of John Hanson, Samuelson, Davis and Moser and had a clocking of 3:24.3. Capturing seconds for the Pointers were John Rudeen, both diving events, Samuelson, 50 freestyle, 23.6; Tom Veitch, 200 butterfly, 2:05.1; and Chris Morse, 200 breaststroke, 2:19.6. Houston leads UW puck win MADISON, Wis. (AP) A three-goal performance by Paul Houston led Wisconsin to a 5-4 Western Collegiate Hockey Association victory over Minnesota Friday night Wisconsin improved its record to 16-12 overall and 8-11 in the WCHA, while the Gophers slipped to 20-7-2 and 11-7-1. The Badgers broke to a 2-0 lead on goals by Houston and Ernie Vargas before Tom Rothstein scored on a power play to pull Minnesota within 2-1 after one period. Houston scored at the 1:51 mark and again at 14:25 of the second period, giving the Badgers a 4-1 edge, and Tony Granato scored what proved to be the game-winner for Wisconsin on a power play at 17:12 of the second period. Roths tein's second goal of the night, at 18:17, made the score 5-2 going into the final period. Minnesota's Tim Bergland scored at 3:36 of the third period and Jeff Larson's goal at 13:07 pulled the Gophers as close as they could come, at 5-4. Soph basketball SPASH bars M M 11 17 f RUaetaarier 12 I 12 M Panther scorers: Erie Spancenborg 12, Matt Thus t. Dirk Hoerter . Ryan Kluck a. Dave Adamcxak . Dean Besiada 4. Jim Klaack 4, Joha Cams 1, John Gondersea f.

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