The News Leader from Staunton, Virginia on December 2, 1987 · 13
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Indiana turns back Notre Dame BLOnMINnrnv r . , Freshman Jay Edwards came off the bench and scored seven con- T? Indiaiia P0"113 and had 12 of his team's final 16 as the No. 5 Hoosiers defeated Notre Dame 76-59 Tuesday night in college basketball. Edwards began his spurt with 6:15 remaining after Notre Dame had cut a 14-point second-half deficit to 5WS3. The 6-fooW guard had a pair of 3-pointers in his spurt after entering the game with 9:49 to play. The Hoosiers, 2-0, spoiled the season-opener for Notre Dame with the help of a 14-2 run that began late in the first half. Tuesday's scores EAST Alderaon-Broaddus 116, Davis t Elkins 71 Babson 71, Worcester Tech (7 Bentley M, Lowell 71 Boston College 121, Harvard 80 Boston U. 89, Massachusetts 66 Brandels 5, MIT 61 Buffalo St. 75, Daemen 56 Delaware S3, Washington, Md. 70 Dickinson 118, Lincoln, Pa. 63 East Stroudsburg 69, Houghton 71 John Jay 96, Hunter 69 King's, N.Y. 101, Bard 51 Lehman 66, CCNY 56 Manhattan 64, Columbia 80 Marist 76, Southampton 49 Oswego St. 82, Cortland St. 65 Pace 6, Mercy, N.Y. 46 Pitt. -Johnstown 92, Shippenaburg 81 Rhode Island Coll. 100, Bryant 85 Rochester 89, RPI 79 S. Maine 74, Gordon 71 SE Massachusetts 81, E. Naiarene 70 Seton Hall 104, Bridgeport S3 Shepherd 102, Wheeling 74 Springfield 102, S. Connecticut 74 St. Joseph's, Maine 95, Maine-Farmlngton a State (Continued from page Bl) ior, was a mainstay of Tabb's defense, registering 82 tackles and 18 quarterback sacks. Davidson, a 6-foot, 240-pound senior, was the top defensive lineman for Marion, which allowed 44 points in 10 games. Pack, a 6-foot-3, 221-pound senior, had 73 tackles and 10 quarterback sacks for Radford. Givens, a junior who stands 6-foot-3 and weighs 205 pounds, was the leading defensive tackle for Sussex Central and led the Peanut District with eight quarterback sacks. Matthews was Radford's top linebacker with 64 tackles. The 6-foot, 190-pound senior also had two blocked kicks. Davis, a 5-10, 180-pound junior, had 100 tackles, three fumble recoveries and one interception for Rustburg. Brown, a senior who is small for a linebacker at 5-10, 163 pounds, had 62 tackles and four interceptions for Franklin. Utsey and Ull, Tabb's diminutive defensive backs at 130 pounds and 150 pounds respectively, complemented each other. Fearful of Utsey, quarterbacks opted to throw at Ull, who had 13 interceptions, five in one game. Braxton, a 5-10, 163-pound senior, had 12 interceptions in his first year on defense for Louisa. Fitzgerald, a 6-foot, 180-pound senior, averaged 42.1 yards a punt for Jefferson Forest. The 1967 Associated Press All-Group AA scholastic football team with player's school, class, height and weight: Columbia PEOPLE: THE WARMTH IS NATURAL We BELIEVE THAT THE MORE WE LISTEN TO PEOPLE, THE BETTER OUR ANSWERS. Stony Brook 87, St Joseph's, N.Y. 84 W. Virginia Tech 100, W. Virginia St. 86 SOUTH Bowie St. 79, Livingstone 73 Coastal Carolina 68, Coker 60 Georgia Tech 79, Jackson St 71 Kentucky 101, Cincinnati 77 Louisiana Tech 68, W. New Mexico 46 Mary Washington 84, E. Mennonlte SS Mobile 102, Miles 65 Mount Olive 100, N.C Wesleyan 8 N. Kentucky 106, Lincoln Memorial 101 Old Dominion 74, Randolph-Macon 62 Paine 91, Fayetteville St 65 Pensacola Christian 111, Trinity Baptist 83 Roanoke 90, Greensboro 64 Virginia St. 95, St. Augustine's 74 W. Carolina 99, Tusculum 72 Washington ft Lee 67, rUmpden-Sydney 85 MIDWEST Albion 94, Northwd. Mich. 81 Creighton 61, Nebraska-Omaha 60 DePaul 86, Niagara 87, OT Defiance 72, Bluffton 60 Deniaon 75, Wash, ft Jeff. 72, OT Grace 97, St. Francis, Ind. 57 Grace land 102, Park 56 Hillsdale 93, Grand Rapids Baptist 87 Huntington 97, Indiana Tech 84 Illinois Col. 116, Principla 68 Indiana 76, Notre Dame 59 Indiana-Southeast S3, Anderson, Ind. 74 Iowa 70, Drake 59 Kansas 94, Pomona 38 Malone 62, CedarviUe 76 Marquette 70, Hartford 61 Moody Bible 94, Grand Rapids Bible 77 North Park 106, LeMoyne 75 Ohio St. 94, W. Michigan 79 SW Missouri St. 82, N. Michigan 69 Valparaiso 61, Bethel, Ind. 49 Walsh 71, Mount Vernon Naiarene 61 Wis.-LaCrosse 72, Luther 65 Wiz.-Oshkosh 77, St. Norbert 66 SOUTHWEST Dallas Baptist 89, McMurry 74 E. Central U. 66, Oklahoma Baptist 59 John Brown 70, Bishop 65 Lubbock Christian 61, Sul Ross St 57 Pan American 56, Texas-Arlington 54 TOURNAMENTS Capital City Classic Third Place St. Edward's, Texas 106, Concordia Lutheran 76 Concord Invitational Tournament Third Place Bluefield St. 114, Bluefield Coll. 105 Denominational Third Place William Carey 74, Tougaloo 62 FIRST TEAM Offense QB Eric Smith, Abingdon, Sr., 6-2, 185. RB Eric Bates, James Monroe, Sr., 5-10, 185. RB Terry Kirby, Tabb, Jr., 6-3, 206. RB Chris Hart, Harrisonburg, Sr., 6-0, 200. RB Nlkki Fisher, Martinsville, Sr., 6-0, 200. C Mark Ellis, Sussex Central, Sr., 5-11, 190. G Brian Townley, Marion, Sr., 6-0, 205. G Ben Lawrynaa, James Monroe, Sr., 6-S, 275. T Gary King, Nottoway, Sr., 6-3, 250. T Tom Stoner, Charlottesville, Sr., 6-3, 220. E Billy Andrews, Abingdon, Sr., 5-6, 139. E Alvin Longieliere, Gloucester, Sr., 6-0, 176. K Jimmy McKechnie, Tabb, Jr., 6-5, 200. Defense L Chris Slide, Tabb, Jr., 6-4, 210. L Anthony Pack, Radford, Sr., 6-3, 221. L Chip Davidson, Marion, Sr., 6-0, 240. L Alex Utecht, Western Albemarle, Jr., 6-3, 215. L Reginald Givens, Sussex Central, 6-3, 205. LB Danny Davis, Rustburg, Jr., 5-10, 180. LB Jeremy Brown, Franklin, Sr., 5-10, 163. DB James Braxton, Louisa, Sr., 5-10, 163. DB David Ull. Tabb, Jr., 5-8, 150. DB Adrian Utsey, Tabb, Sr., 5-7, 130. P Kelly Fitzgerald, Jefferson Forest, Sr., 6-0, 180. SECOND TEAM Offense QB Tony Scales, Martinsville, Sr., 6-0, 165. RB Danny Davis, Rustburg, Jr., 5-8, 180. RB Kenny Brown, Sussex Central, Sr., 5-11, 195. RB Dana Palmer, Radford, Sr., 5-3, 173. C Cy Weaver, Charlottesville, Sr., 6-1, 215. G Mark Quick, Charlottesville, Sr., 6-0, 216. G Jerry Perry, Nelson County, Jr., 6-1, 260. T Kevin Brockman, Western Albemarle, Sr., 6-4, 200. T KeUey Scott, Tabb, Sr., 6-2, 250. E Marcus Mines, Caroline, Sr., 6-1, 185. E H.B. Awkard, Nelson County, Jr., 5-11, 158. K J eh Hicks, James Monroe, Sr., 6-6, 193. Defense L Tim Moore, Brunswick, Sr., 6-3, 260. L Glen Pettis, Nottoway, Jr., 6-2, 211. L Tim Draper, Martinsville, Sr., 5-10, 275. . L Stephane Holloway, Taiew:ll, Sr., 6-3, 240. L Greg Campbell, Brookville, Sr., 6-4, 215. LB Scott Jackson, Handley, Sr., 5-11, 160. LB Charles Keiningham, William Byrd, Sr., 6-5, 230. DB Lorenzo Johnson, Virginia High, Sr., 6-0, 145. DB Tommy Dudley, Western Albemarle, Sr., 6-3, 175. DB Kim Boone, Sussex Central, Sr., (-11, 170. P Jeff Lamie, TazeweU, Sr., 6-0, 160, - - if' ,v f hA$K Jyl - ' If ,l d , "" hi " - J Jt , : k,,- .A- Successful hunt Staunton's P.J. Wright bagged this 26-pound bobcat Thanksgiving Day on Bull Pasture Mountain in Highland County from 250 feet with a 30.6 rifle. This was the first bobcat killed by Wright. Monday's college scores EAST Allentown 80, Lebanon Val. 79 Baruch 94, Medgar Even 76 Bloomsburg 71, Susquehanna 63 Brooklyn Col. 94, Purchase St. 58 Cabrinl 62, Wilmington, Del. 60 Carnegie-Mellon 80, Gettysburg 78 Cent. Connecticut St 58, Fairfield 57 Coppin St 75, American U. 74 Rockets top Rams MONTEREY The Natural Bridge High School Rockets won easily over the Highland County High School Rams, 80-45, in boys basketball here Tuesday night. The leading scorer for the Rockets was Maurice Turner with 31 points. Leading scorer for the Highland Rams was Jason Ginn with 13 points. In earlier jayvee action the Little Rams from Highland High School out-gunned the Little Rockets, 39-30. Leading the team to victory was G. W. Honaker and Eugene Kirkpatrick both with 10 points. The Little Rockets got the majority of their points from Robert Thompson who hit for 14. Bridgewater women win BRIDGEWATER The Bridge-water College women's basketball team posted a 93-44 victory over Mary Baldwin College here Tuesday night in an ODAC game. The Eagles were paced by Beth Kitts with 17 points and nine rebounds. Jolene Cline added 14 points and Melody Derrow 12 as all 14 Bridgewater players played. Freshman point guard Michelle Savage led MBC with 16 points. Bridgewater upped its overall record to 2-1 and 1-0 in the ODAC. MBC dropped to 1-2 and 0-1. Bridgewater will play at Virginia Wesleyan Friday night. pSiM Mm Delaware Val. 70, Kings, Pa. 64 Drexel 98, Liberty 82 Eastern 106, Lincoln, Pa. 62 Edinboro 120, Concordia, N.V. 103 Elizabethtown 74. Juniata 72 Franklin Marshall 103, W. Maryland 70 Hamilton 98, Colgate 88 Holy Cross 99, Providence 96 Indiana, Pa. 80, GlenvUle St 65 Lafayette 73, Moravian 60 Lycoming 75, Messiah 67 Mercyhurst 97, Geneva 72 MUlersvUle 85, York, Pa. 72 ' Monmouth, N.J. 85, Caldwell 69 Mount Union 66, Grove City 63 N.J. Tech 85, Rama po 80 New Haven 93, Phila. Textile 66 Pitt. -Bradford 78, Mansfield 67 Plymouth St. 82, Lyndon St. 70 Queens CoU. 106, MoUoy 72 Robert Morris 75, Lock Haven 70 Slippery Rock 89, Navy 81, OT South Carolina 81, George Washington 77 St. Rose 75, Dowling 73 Trinity, Conn. 74, Worcester St. 56 Ursinus 82, Rutgers-Camden 60 W. Connecticut 101, N.Y. Poly 52 Wagner 103, Staten Island 86 West Chester 50, C.W. Post 48 West Liberty 104, Point Park 76 Williams 76, Skidmore 56 Yeshtva 80, Vassar 70 SOUTH Appalachian St. 108, Methodist 85 Atlantic Christian 66, Wingate 63 Bimungham-Southern 85, St. Leo 55 Campbell 95, Averett 64 Clemson 81, Baptist U. 60 Coll. of Charleston 84, S.C.-Spartanburg 78 Cumberland, Ky. 51, Union, Ky. 48 Delta St. 106, DiUard 90 Duke 94, East Carolina 45 E. Kentucky 110, N.C.-Asheville 67 Earlham 82, Rhodes 74 Emory 76, Millsaps 71 Fla. International 113, U.S. International 103 Florida Southern 115, Otterbein 57 Francis Marion 61, Fayetteville St 60 Furman 84, Wofford 61 Gardner-Webb 67, Lenoir-Rhyne 61 Jacksonville 62, Eckerd 57 Lane 86, Lambuth Coll. 78 Lee 92, Shorter 90 Limestone 85, S.C.-Aiken 83 Longwood 86, Pembroke St 82 Miss. Valley St. 89, Miles 72 Morehead St. 99, Ohio U. 92 N. Carolina St 106, Vermont 58 N.C. -Greensboro 77, E. Tennessee St 52 NE Louisiana 84, Nlcholls St. 78 NW Louisiana 80, Centenary 70 Palm Beach Atlantic 95, Spring Hill S3 Rollins 117, North Central 93 S. Carolina St. 73, Savannah St 50 S. Illinois 77, Murray St. 70 SE Louisiana 81, Louisiana CoU. 72 Siena 72, Wake Forest 67 Stetson 90, Bethune-Cookman 63 Tampa 79, South Florida 71 Staunton, Va., Daily News Leader, Wednesday, December 2, 1987 B3 Lady Cavaliers top ODU, 57-55 By JO DONOVAN Sports Writer CHARLOTTESVILLE Virginia's Lady Cavaliers used a last-second shot by Kirsten Anderson to close the door on Old Dominion University, 57-55, in a non-conference game Tuesday night in U-Hall. The Cavs had possession of the ball with :30 left in the game and the score tied at 55. However the shot clock showed :24, forcing Virginia to get a shot off before time ran out in regulation. Tonya Cordoza put up a shot from the top of the key, which was partially blocked, just as the shot clock ran out on the Cavs. Cordo-za's shot was way short, but Anderson grabbed the air ball underneath and put it up for a quick two-points and a Virginia win just as time ran out in the contest. Anderson's shot came after the Virginia women struggled through 40 minutes of less-than-average play. Coach Debbie Ryan's seventh-ranked Wahoos never managed to get into an evenly-paced game against the No. 18 Lady Monarchs. "It wasn't one of our better efforts," Ryan said. "We weren't in sync. We never did get on track. We weren't playing our game." Ryan noted that because the Cavaliers had difficulty in the contest, the players had to "dig down Tenn. Temple 79, Tenn. Wesleyan 77 Tenn. -Martin 118, Cumberland, Tenn. 62 Transylvania 66, Belmont Abbey 64 VMI 78, Bridgewster.Va. 77, OT VanderbUt 102, Lehigh 91 Virginia Tech 101, Southern Cal 73 Winthrop 67, Towaon St 67 MIDWEST Akron 69, Ashland 52 Allegheny 72, Hiram CoL 47 Ball St. 72, Indiana St. 69 Benedictine.Kan. 89, Bethany, Kan. 80 Black Hills St. 60, Rocky Mountain 55 Bowling Green 70, Findlay 63 Cleveland St. 66, Clarion 44 E. Illinois 88, Olivet Naiarene 60 E. Michigan 117, Oakland, Mich. 107 Kansas St. 91, Northrtdge St 46 Kearney St. 93, Doane 75 Kent St. 90, Chico St. 66 LeMoyne-Owen 96, Illinois Weslyn 93 Marymount, Kan. 66, Kansas Weslyn 84 Miami, Ohio 78, William It Mary 66 Michigan Tech 95, Northland 70 Midland Lutheran 100, Peru St. 85 Minnesota 64, W. Illinois 52 Mo. Southern 61, MIssouri-RoUa 80, OT Mo.-St Louis 71, Rockhurst 58 N. Dakota St. 78, Wis.-Riv. Falls 55 N. Iowa 90, William Penn 62 NE Illinois 83, Lake Forest 72 NW Missouri St. 80, Mo. Western 73 Northwestern 72, Rutgers 55 Olivet 87, Aquinas 79 Purdue 68, Illinois St 61 Rice 62, Mo.-Kansss City 60 S. Dakota St. 71, Sioux Falls 62 Siena Heights 91, Saginaw Val. St. 83 St. Cloud St. 81, Wis.-Milwaukee 78 Viterbo 77, Winona St. 65 Washington, Mo. 86, Knox 71 Xavier, Ohio 75, St. Joseph's, Ind. 66 SOUTHWEST Arkansas Tech 93, Philander Smith 88 Midwestern St., Texas 69, Angelo St. 77 NE Oklahoma 114, Bishop 66 Oral Roberta 101, Alcorn St. 93 S. Arkansas 66, SE Oklahoma 50 Texas 64, Tennessee St. 72 Texas A&M 69, Houston Baptist 65 Texas Christian 61, Sam Houston St. 46 Texas Tech 87, SW Louisiana 76 FAR WEST Adams St 92, Panhandle St 88 Alaska Southeast 96, Cent Washington 94 Cal-Riverside 104, Cal Lutheran 64 Cal-Santa Barbara 72, San Diego 67 Idaho 111, Northwest Coll. 34 Montana 67, E. Montana 63 N. Colorado 82, Concordia, Neb. 46 New Mexico 93, W. New Mexico 70 Regis 92, Colo -Colo. Springs 45 Sacramento St. 77, Cal Poly-SLO 75 Utah 93, Colorado 64 Washburn 92, Los Angeles St. 74 TOURNAMENTS Brooks Classic First Round Ind.-Pur.-Indpls. 101, Indianapolis 91 Marian, Ind. 75, Franklin 68 deeper and play harder" to win the game. The Cavaliers never managed more than a seven-point lead against ODU as the Monarchs denied the Wahoos the opportunity to stretch out their lead. On the other hand, ODU posted an early 13-5 lead in the first half while the Cavs struggled to find their range. The hosts went on an eight-point scoring spree, sparked by guards Daphne Hawkins and Donna Holt, to pull even with ODU with 5:28 left in the half. The Monarchs got some breathing room on back-to-back layups before Hawkins scored again for Virginia. ODU scored twice more and U.Va. put in three more buckets to finish off the first half dead-locked at 21. Hawkins scored 12 of her game-high 20 points during the second half to help the Lady Cavs keep pace with the Monarchs. After hitting only 10 of 31 attempts from the floor in the first half for 32 percent accuracy, U.Va. improved their shooting to 42 percent in the second half, hitting 15 of 35. The Cavs suffered perhaps their greatest setback of the game at the free throw line, however, connecting on only five of 19 for 26 percent accuracy. ODU had little trouble nailing the charity buckets to stay in the contest, tallying on 11 of 13 efforts for an 84 percent mark. Virginia ' eld the upperhand throughout most of the second half, leading by as much as seven midway thr . Th the period. The Monarchs c L" r leticit and tied 5 th 7:12 left to pulled out by four, cl pped away at tied the score at lead, 53-51, with the game play. The 49-45, but the Virgin) 51, and to ' 2:25 remai.. Hawkins i.m the game up for Virginia on took the le a sti. kback and ODU sd a.uain on a bucket from the tup of the key before Dawn Bryant tied the game again for Virginia on a hook shot in the key. Bryant's shot set up the final :56 of action which saw Virginia force an ODU turnover and then maneuver for the final shot. ODU (SS) Harrington 4 3-4 11, Connahan I 0-0 6, Lyons S 2-2 12, Gamer 2 2-2 6, McQuarter 6 0-1 12, Kenney 2 2-2 6, Kubin 0 2-2 2, Mols, Davis, TOTALS 22 11-13 SS. VIRGINIA (57) Cardoza S 1-6 11, Bryant t 0-4 4, Carter 2 4-6 8, Hawkins 10 0-1 20, Holt 3 0-0 6, Anderson 2 0-0 4, McConneU 10-2 2, MacNell-age, Scott, TOTALS 25 5-19 57. VSDB boys lose, 60-52 FREDERICK, Md. -t T0m Monin-gan scored 21 points Iiere Tuesday to lead the Maryland School for the Deaf to a 60-52 victory over the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind. VSDB's chances were hurt when its scoring leader, Jay Hagwood, had to sit out the last 5:30 of the first half due to foul trouble. He had scored 16 points to that point and finished with a game-high 27 points. Scott Collie added 15 points for VSDB with Bryant Davis adding 8 and Jia Zhang 2. Also playing were Marvin Johnson, Darryl Oliver and Craig Moore. VSDB was still in the game but some clutch foul shooting in the fourth quarter by Maryland was the difference. When you come to Columbia with a question or concern, you want an individual answer. And we hear you. A Customer Service Representative is always ready to help, whether your question is about your bill, a payment problem or a detail about your natural gas service. It'll be handled one-to-one, with understanding. It sounds basic, doesn't it?. . . this idea that service is a personal matter. Anyway, that's how all of us at Columbia think. COLUMBIA GAS

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