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r -. D-t SPORTS TALK Group to make pitch for Mariners' sale WASHINGTON Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent was to get another pitch today for approval of the proposed sale of the Seattle Mariners, this time from House Speaker Tom Foley. Foley's aides said Tuesday that he was to explain the "breadth and depth" of support for the deal, in which a Japanese-led group of investors has raised $125 million to keep the American League franchise in Seattle. Most of the others in Washington state's congressional delegation also were invited to a meeting with Vincent, said Jeff Biggs, the speaker's spokesman. Ex-champ Mancini to fight again NEW YORK Turn off the footlights and turn up the ring lights. Boom Boom's back. In between acting assignments, Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini is - preparing to fight for just the third time in almost eight years. ",. "Starving actor," Greg Haugen said when asked Ray Mancini why he thought Mancini had signed to fight him. The 12-round junior . welterweight match between , former lightweight champions ,. , will take place April 3 at Reno, - Nev.. and will be shown on - pay-per-view television. Each , fighter reportedly will make about $500,000. " CART now IndyCar ' DEARBORN, Mich. "IndyCar" was introduced ' today by Championship Auto , Racing Teams, Inc. as the new ,brand name for its series. "IndyCar" will supersede the ' "CART" acronym as the sport's official name. "We are evolving into a full-service sports entertainment ' company," said William " Stokkan, chairman and CEO of Championship Auto Racing Teams, Inc. "The introduction of the 'IndyCar' brand name and its colorful new logo represents the latest step in the transformation of our organization from a u sanctioning body providing , .only rules and referees, to a business-savvy marketing organization worthy of "America's event-marketing investments." The contemporary new red, white and blue 'IndyCar' logo features the new brand name, '' accompanied by a sleek rendering of a driver in the open cockpit of his race car. Marion's top scorer charged, suspended MARION, Ind. Orlando Small, Marion High School's leading scorer, was free on $500 bond today after being charged with alcohol- " related offenses and suspended from the basketball team. Small was arrested early Monday on charges of illegal J possession of alcoholic ; beverage by consumption and -resisting law enforcement. . He pleaded not guilty in a hearing Tuesday afternoon before Grant County Court Judge John Porter. No trial date was set. ' Small, who averaged 17.8 points and 9.9 rebounds for the Giants, did not practice with the team Monday after coach Dan Gunn suspended him for the rest of the year. ; Gunn refused to comment '-on the suspension. V It was Small's second suspension in a month. The 6-foot-5 forward missed the Lafayette Jefferson game . in late January when Gunn ., Suspended him for one week r for undisclosed disciplinary reasons. In baseball A Michigan State - University trustee says he is . heading a minority group that will make an offer to buy the Detroit Tigers. Joel Ferguson, a Lansing developer and .', owner of a television station there, said his group wants to keep the team In Detroit. He : plans to make Tigers owner ' Tom Monaghan a strong offer. the Detroit News reported. , Right-hander David Cone ' won a record $4.25 million salary In his arbitration case with the New York Mets. "Arbitrator Nicholas Zumas. " who presided over Monday's .'i-hour hearlyg, picked Cone's figure over the team's offer of $3 million. Cone was 14-14 with a 3.29 ERA last season when he made $2.35 million. His new salary tops the $3.35 million awarded last year to Pittsburgh righthander Doug Drabek. National League Cy Young Award winner Tom Glavine and the Atlanta Braves agreed to a one-year contract for $2,925,000, more than triple the right-hander's 1991 salary of $775,000. Glavine, 20-11 with a 2.55 ERA last season, asked for $3.4 million in arbitration and was offered $2.3 million. Left-hander John Smiley and the Pittsburgh Pirates agreed to a one-year contract for $3.44 million. Smiley. 20-8 with a 3.08 ERA last season, asked for $4. 1 million in arbitration and was offered $2.7 million. Outfielder Mike Devereaux and first baseman Randy Milligan agreed to one-year contracts with the Baltimore Orioles. Devereaux, who hit .260 with 19 homers and 59 RBI last season, settled at $1 million after asking for $1,075 million in arbitration and being offered $875,000. Milligan, who hit .263 with 16 . homers and 70 RBI last season, will make $1.05 million. He asked for $1.4 million in arbitration and was offered $900,000. Joe Nuxhall, a former Cincinnati Reds pitcher who has been a Reds broadcaster the past 25 years, was recovering from surgery for prostate cancer. "We accomplished everything we expected to and the outlook is good," said Dr. Dale Bennett, who performed the four-hour procedure Tuesday at Christ Hospital. In football A paternity suit in Lawrenceville, Ga., involving wide receiver Andre Rison of the Atlanta Falcons has been settled out of court. Details of the suit were not made public, but court records show Rison, a former Colt, decided not to contest that he's the father of the boy born Sept. 9, 1991, to Mauri M. Goens. Minnesota Vikings running back Darrin Nelson agreed to become running backs coach at Stanford, ending his 10-year NFL career. The Dallas Cowboys, stung by the departure of unprotected kicker Ken Willis, signed Plan B free agent Brad Daluiso, who handled kickoffs last season for the AFC champion Buffalo Bills. The Cincinnati Bengals, after considering relocating their preseason training camp to Miami University, have decided to keep their camp at Wilmington College. Elsewhere The Indiana women's tennis team defeated Ohio State 8-1. Transactions BASEBALL TEXAS invited pitcher Floyd Bannister to spring training as a non-roster player. . . . PHILADELPHIA agreed to terms with pitchers Steve Searcy and Toby Borland and outfielders Bruce Oostal and Tony Longmire on one-year contracts. . . . PITTSBURGH agreed to terms with pitcher Bill Landrum on one-year contracts. NFL PHILADELPHIA signed wide receiver Melvin Patterson to a one-year contract. NHL CHICAGO traded left wing John Tonelli to the Quebec Nordiques for future considerations. . . . LOS ANGELES acquired goaltender Steve Weeks from the New York Islanders for a 1992 seventh-round entry draft choice. COLLEGE WISCONSIN named Jim Hueber running backs coach, Tom McMahon defensive backs coach and Brad Childress offensive coordinator. Sports birthdays HANA MANDLIKOVA (30) Tennis star JOHN PAUL JR. (32) Race driver From Staff and Vtire Report! THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS Richmond s foes WHEN it comes to preparing for the rigors of the state tournament. Richmond can't wait for March. Surely, it won't be any tougher than the regular season. "In my opinion we've played the toughest schedule in the state this season," said Richmond coach George Griffith. Griffith, in his 10th season with the Red Devils, has a point as they approach Friday's North Central Conference title showdown with visiting Anderson. Richmond's losses were all to ranked teams Muncie Central (No. 3 at the time in December), Lawrence North, Fort Wayne Northrop and perennial national power Chicago King, the top-rated team in Illinois when they met in November. All but the game against Muncie Central were on the road. Richmond, 13-4 with a four-game winning streak, was the only team to beat top-rated Anderson Highland until Cathedral ended a 16-game run Tuesday. And the Red Devils prepare for Brownsburg stays on winning track The Indianapolis News It's never happened before, but streaking Brownsburg stands on the verge of becoming the state's top-ranked boys basketball. Of course, a couple things must fall into place. First the Bulldogs (19-1). who are ranked third this week, must win Friday at Lawrence North. -They also must hope that No.2-rated Anderson (17-1) loses that night at Richmond (13-4). While Cathedral was downing No. 1 -ranked Anderson Highland Tuesday, Brownsburg was winning its 11th straight game. But the Bulldogs had to withstand a Decatur Central rally to subdue the host Hawks 72-66. Shane Headlee . led Brownsburg with 28 points and Craig Brunes added 15. Brian Thomas had 15 for Decatur Central (4-13). In other games, Brebeuf (13-5) won its seventh straight in a 51-38 home triumph over Frankton (11-7). Nate Miller scored 17 points for the Braves. Kokomo (11-7) ended a four-game losing skid by topping host Lebanon 58-53 despite 27 points Devils fly high in overtime The Associated Press Now Viacheslav Fetisov can say he has a game-winning goal. And the New Jersey Devils can say they have a six-game winning streak. "All day long I had a feeling I would score today," Fetisov said after his first NHL game-winning goal gave the Devils a 4-3 overtime victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night. The goal broke a three-month drought for the 31 -year-old de-fenseman, a three-time player of the year in Russia and Europe. It was only his third of the season and 14th in the NHL since entering the league two seasons ago. The victory was a club-record sixth straight for the Devils and kept them two points behind second-place Washington in the Patrick Division. The Capitals beat San Jose 4-2 Tuesday. Fetisov got his game-winner on a 45-foot shot from the left circle past Flyers goalie Ron Hextall 1 :42 into the overtime. Philadelphia forced overtime with 4.8 seconds remaining in regulation on a goal by Kevin Dineen. NHL WALES CONFERENCE PATRICK DIVISION W L T Pit OF OA NY Rangers 37 19 4 71 236 193 Washington 34 20 S 73 250 199 New Jeraay ' 32 18 7 71 220 174 Pittsburgh 27 24 7 61 250 223 NY Islanders 24 26 7 55 21S 229 Philadelphia ..... 21 26 11 $3 177 194 ADAMS DIVISION W L T Pt OF QA Montreal 35 21 S 75 205 149 Boston 27 23 ( 62 196 200 Buffalo 23 26 10 56 213 220 Hartford 16 29 10 42 171 197 Quebec 13 38 7 33 172 233 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE NORRIS DIVISION W L T PIS OF QA Detroit 32 19 9 73 254 196 Chicago 25 21 12 62 167 174 St. Louis 26 24 9 61 204 197 Minnesota 26 28 i 55 187 203 Toronto 21 33 5 47 167 219 SMYTHE DIVISION W L T PtS OF OA Vancouver 30 19 9 69 202 176 Los Angeles 24 22 13 61 212 216 Winnipeg 24 24 11 59 181 178 Edmonton 25 28 7 67 220 229 Calgary 22 27 9 53 212 213 San Jos . 13 42 4 30 152 269 TUESDAY'S RESULTS New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 3, OT Pittsburgh 7, Toronto 1 Quebec 4, Minnesota 0 Washington 4, San Jose 2 TONIGHT'S OAMES Montreal at Hartford, 7:35 p.m. St Louis at Winnipeg, 6:35 p.m. Boston at Calgary, 9:35 p.m. Lot Angelas at Edmonton, 9:3$ p.m. Buffalo at Vancouver, 10:35 p.m. HIGH SCHOOLS Jim Russell Anderson after ending Lafayette Jeffs 12-game winning streak and NCC title hopes with an 80-75 road victory last Friday. Anderson is the only other team to beat the Bronchos. "I thought we had a shot at-them because we're quicker, and our series with Jeff is like the one I had with Bill Green at Marion. We never beat Bill and Jim (Lafayette Jeff coach Jim Hammel) has never beaten me," Griffith said. Griffith's rivalry with Ander- from Scott Starkey. Ryan Glidden of Whiteland (11-7) netted 25 points in a 66-63 depision over Edinburgh, which got 25 points from Justin Lollar. Whiteland has won five of its last six games. Seth McClarnon's '23 points paced host Greenfield-Central's 71-52 victory over Scecina. Danville (2-14) surprised Greencastle (8-9) in a 48-42 West Central victory as Brad Chandler scored 12 of his 18 points in the final quarter. Jamie Langdon added 18 points for the Warriors. Indiana Deaf (10-7) won its third straight game, 79-55 over Indianapolis Christian, as Dustin Warren scored 15 points. Lawrence Central (7-10) made its two straight as Bob Bowser scored 15 and Robert Davis 14 in a 74-61 win over Broad Ripple (6-11). Titus Hooten paced the Rockets with 17. In top state games on a heavy night of play. No. 18 Merrillville (15-2) won its seventh straight by nipping Valparaiso 59-56. South Bend St. Joseph's (14-4), ranked 19th, survived a three-overtime thriller in nipping South Bend Clay 83-78. SPQ3TS NOTES BASKETBALL Teams are needed for a 6-foot-2 and under league forming at the Gorman Boys Club. Play begins Sunday, Feb. 23. Entry fee it $250 per team. For mora information call 632-2010 through Saturday after 1 p.m. Teama are needed for a 14-year old double-elimination 3-on-3 tournament at St Andrew School, 4050 E. 38th St, March 14. Entry fee i $30. For more information call 879-0049. Teams are needed for a boys 12 and under tournament at Douglass Center, Saturday, February 29. Entry fee la $40. For more information call 923-5650. HIGH SCHOOLS Brebeuf is accepting applications for head football coach. Also needed are assistant track and field coaches tor boys and girls teama. For more Information, call 923-5650. VOLLEYBALL Teama are needed for a coed recreational Class C league Tuesday evenings at Douglass Recreation Center. Entry fee ia $115. For more information call 923-5650. FOOTBALL CLINIC Junior a High School coachea are invited to a clinic at Manchester College, North Man-cheater, Indiana, Feb. 22. Entry fee ia $10. Registration atarta at 8 a.m. For more information carl 219-982-5377. BASEBALL The ages 13-15 team at Bleckhawk, Ind. wants to schedule home and away games with independent teama ofthe aame age group. For more Information call or write Simon Wright, 15801, StRoad 159, Lewis, Ind. 47858-9722 or call (812) 495-6379. ICE SCHEDULE (Home game telecast on WTEN-Cable) FEBRUARY THURSDAY at Salt Lake City, 9 p.m. FRIDAY at Peoria, 6:35 p.m. SATURDAY at Peoria, 6:35 p.m., WNDE (1260) 28 at Muskegon, 7:30 p.m. 29 at Muskegon, 7:30 p.m. MARCH 4 at Kalamazoo, 7:30 p.m. 6 at Fort Wayne, 8 p.m. 7 at Milwaukee, 2:30 p.m. $ Peoria, 4 p.m., WNDE (1260) 13 Peoria, 7:30 p.m. 14 Salt Lake, 7:30 p.m., WNDE (1260) 15 at Milwaukee, 6 p.m., WNDE (1260) 17 at Kalamazoo, 7 p.m., WNDE (1260) 18 Muskegon, 7:30 p.m. 20 Milwaukee, 7:30 pjn. 21 Fort Wayne, 7:30 p.m., WNDE (1260) 27 Muskegon, 7:30 p.m. 28 at Fort Wayne, 8 p.m., WNDE (1260) 29 Milwaukee, 2 p.m. 31 at Peoria, 8:05 p.m., WNDE (1260) APRIL 1 Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. 3 at Kalamazoo, 7:30 p.m. 4 at Muskegon, 7:30 p.m., WNDE (1260) CALENDAR FEBRUARY 8-23 Winter Olympics at Albertville, France 21 Firat day pitchers, catchers and lnured players can report voluntarily for spring training 21-22 High school wrestling finals 21-22 High school boys swimming finals 22 High school girls baaketball semistates 26 First day all others can report voluntarily for aprlng training . 29 High school girls basketball state finale highly irregular son's Norm Held is a little more even. Richmond is 5-4 against the Indians during that time, but the Red Devils had won five straight until losing at the Wigwam last year. There have been two overtime games in that stretch, and eight of the nine games have been decided by five points or less. Besides deciding the NCC title, this year's meeting should serve as a preview for teams who very well could see each other again in the Indianapolis Semistate. Richmond, ranked 10th, is a prohibitive favorite to emerge from the New Castle Regional. Anderson, ranked second and riding its longest winning streak (11 games) in eight years, is no worse than a co-favorite with Highland to emerge from the regional it hosts. "There's no doubt in my mind that Anderson's the No. 1 team in the state right now." said Griffith. "They're more than Ko-jak (Fuller) now. Their other kids are playing well. They're to the point where they don't need Ko-jak to score 35 points a game." Long known as one of the state's more quotable coaches, Griffith is not beyond blowing HIGH SCHOOLS BOYS BASKETBALL TUESDAY'S RESULTS AREA SCORES Baptiat Academy 58, Temple Chriatian 58 Betheada Chriatian 63, Indpla. Baptist 47 Brebeuf 51, Frankton 38 Brownsburg 72, Decatur Central 66 Cathedral 60, Anderson Highland 56 Clinton Prairie 54, Western Boone 52 Danville 48, Greencastle 42 Greenfield-Central 71, Scecina 52 Indiana Deaf 79, Indpls. Christian 55 Kokomo 58, Lebanon 53 Lawrence Central 74, Broad Ripple 61 Suburban Baptist 63, Colonial Christian 47 Tabernacle Christian 75, Eagledale Chriatian 67 Whiteland 66, Edinburgh 63 STATE SCORES Barr-Reeve 61, Orleana 59 (2 OT) Carroll (Carroll) 88, Clinton Central 67 Chesterton 57, Crown Point 44 Columbua North 54, Madison 53 Conneraville 57, Eaat Central 48 Delta 95, Shenandoah 76 Evansville Bosse 64, Ev. Mater Dei 60 - Evansville Harrison 65, Ev. Reitz 63 Evansville North 75, Boonvllle 56 Jimtown 63, Bethany Chriatian 61 Lake Station 54, Hammond Morton 49 Lakeview Christian 74, White's 59 Linton 80, Cloverdale 69 Merrillville 59, Valparaiso 56 Mich. City Marquette 68, New Prairie 45 Miahawaka 68, LaPorte 56 Missiaainewa 76, Yorktown 67 Mount Vernon (P) 58, Ev. Central 57 Muncie Bums 67, Cambridge City 55 New Harmony 64, North Poaey 59 -North Miami 66, Oak Hill 63 Northeast Dubois 63, Springs Valley 46 Oakland City Wood Memorial 63, Gibaon Southern 61 Rensselaer 76, Lafayette Catholic 57 Seymour 94, Bloomington North 59 S. Bend Adema 93, Mich. City Rogers 77 S. Bend St Joseph 63, S.B. Clay 78 (3 OT) South Ripley 98, Madison Shawe 62 Terra Haute South 79, South Vermillion 71 Washington 50, North Knox 47 Winamac 76, Tri-County 64 TUESDAY'S SUMMARIES AT ANDERSON HIGHLAND Cathedral 20 8 18 14 60 Anderson Highland 12 18 14 12 56 CATHEDRAL Miller 20, Ball 16, Greenwood 9, Bryant 6, Peoples S, Ford 4, Faerber 0, Brewer 0. ANDERSON HIGHLAND Zachary 20, Aah 18, Foskuhl 10, Shults 8, Darner 0, Smith 0, Bates 0, Banker 0. 3-point goals: Miller 4, Ball 2, Peoples; Zachary 3, Ash. AT BETHESDA CHRISTIAN Baptiat 6 12 17 12 47 Betheada 10 12 18 23 83 BAPTIST Vance 18, Olnik 12, Hollway 5, Greenwell 5, Georgopolous 4, Keller 3, Phippa 0. BETHESDA CHRISTIAN Kruger 17, Herald 17, Davis 14, King 9, Bergen 3, Lane 3, Bradley 0. 3-point goals: Keller, Phipps. AT BREBEUF Frankton 12 6 7 13 38 Brebeuf 14 8 14 15 51 FRANKTON D.Scott 17, Ratliff 10 Hatzell 6, Granger 3, Maryan 1, Leeman 1, Sumpter 0, Crist 0, C.Scott 0. BREBEUF Miller 17, McCray 14, Johnson 11, Courtney 9, Iveevich 1, Lindamood 0, Turner 0, Farley 0, Jones 0, Stokes 0. 3-point goals: Ratliff 2, D.Scott, Hatzell, Miller 3, Johnson. AT CLINTON PRAIRIE Western Boone 11 14 11 18 52 Clinton Prairie 14 11 10 19 54 WESTERN BOONE Merrltt 13, Mooney 10, Crum 10, Hawkins 9, Euler 8, Oearhart 2. CLINTON PRAIRIE Jarrett 15, Rudd 14, Blacker 12, Kas 9, Brooke 4, Roberta 0, Chambers 0. 3-point goals: Crum 2, Hawkins; Blacker 4, Jarrett Ice slips at Salt Lake The) Indianapolis News The ice Is cracking under the skates of the Indianapolis Ice. Host Salt Lake City defeated Indianapolis 4-3 on Tuesday night, dropping the Ice 12 points behind the Golden Eagles In the race for the last International Hockey League playoff spot. Eight of 10 teams make the playoffs. The Golden Eagles (24-29-7) have the eighth spot with 55 points. Phoenix, last place in the West Division at 20-33-6. has 46 points. The Ice (17-33-9). last place in the East Division, has 43 points. Indianapolis trailed 4-2 before Shawn Byram's back-handed shot with 80 seconds remaining made It 4-3. The Ice furiously rushed the net but could not score again. Salt Lake City led 3-1 after the first period, thanks toijtwo power-play goals by Todd Harklns. Wednesday, February 19, 1992 smoke at an upcoming opponent. But he also feels good about his club that has played its best basketball the last two weeks. He hopes it's peaking at the right time. "We approached these two games like we would the tournament. Lafayette Jeff was the regional and Anderson will be the semistate. Even if we don't win both, it should help. And we'll get another chance at some big games in March." Making the Devils go is Billy Wright, their 5-foot-10 point guard headed for Bradley. While averaging a modest 12 points. Wright's real contribution is reflected by his assiststurnover ratio. It shows eight assists for every miscue. "He's got to be the best senior point guard in the state," Griffith said with conviction. Robert Sanders, a 6-3 junior, scored a career-high 31 points against Jay County two weeks ago and came back for 25 against Lafayette Jeff. He leads Richmond with a 17-point average while shooting 65 percent. Also in double figures is Chad Austin, the younger brother of 1988 Mr. Basketball Woody Austin. AT DANVILLE Greencastle 11 6 16 9 42 Danville 7 7 14 20 - 48 GREENCASTLE Murray 19, Branagin 6, Shellenbarger 6, Resner 6, Duff 3, Ensley 2, Manion 0, Dobaon 0, Steadman 0, Clark 0. DANVILLE Chandler 18, Langdon 18, McDugle 7, Peak 2, Baaaett 2, Roas 1, Lake 0. 3-point goals: Duff, Langdon 6, McDugle. AT DECATUR CENTRAL Brownsburg 20 12 23 17 72 Decatur Central 14 14 19 19 66 BROWNSBURG Headley 28, Brunes 15, Wallace 13, Rice 8, Fisher 6, Ayers 2, Kruse 0, Ganote 0, Davison 0. DECATUR CENTRAL Thomas 15, Rink 13, Smith 13, Johnson 11, Casey 6, Malone 6, Furrey 2, Maxwell 0, Hope 0. 3-point goals: Rink 3, Smith 3, Johnson, Thomas, Rice 2, Brunes. AT GREENFIELD-CENTRAL Scecina 6 8 20 16 52 Greenfield-Central 18 19 17 17 71 SCECINA Jacobs 17, Anderson 9, Fields 7, Rhem 6, Durham 6, Sandlfer 4, Agag 2, Birge 1, Niedlinger 0, Gallagher 0. GREENFIELD-CENTRAL McClamon 23, Enterline 18, A. Smith 15, K. Smith 7, Reed 3, Smoll 2, Creekmore 2, Armstrong 1, Dixon 0, Riegle 0. 3-point goals: Jacobs 3; McClamon 2, Enterline, K. Smith. AT INDIANA DEAF Indpls. Christian 19 16 7 13 55 Indiana Deaf 25 16 22 16 79 INDIANAPOLIS CHRISTIAN Daniel 18, Loftis 8, Birdwell 8, Irish 8, Shearer 7, Eaton 8. INDIANA DEAF Warren 15, Burton 12, Curtis 12, Tomllnson 11, Brooks 9, Smith 8, Trager 4, McLin 4, GaHimore 2, Wooten 2, Neaaman 0. 3-point goals: Daniel 4, Loftis 2, Shearer, Tomlinson. AT LAWRENCE CENTRAL Broad Ripple 20 12 10 19 61 Lawrence Central 24 16 11 23 74 BROAD RIPPLE Hooten 17, Thomas 14, Barnes 10, White S, Turner 4, Breeding 2, Vaden 2, Harvey 2, Morris 2, Fry 0. . LAWRENCE CENTRAL Bowser 15, Davie 14, Moaby 11, Hill 11, Harris 10, Ramey 6, Banks 6, Ransom 1. 3-point goals: Bowser 3, Mosby. AT LEBANON Kokomo 11 18 15 14 SB Lebanon 18 10 IS 7 S3 KOKOMO Bowling 21, Balentine IS, Corpetts 8, Wiendenhoeat 8, Smalley 2, Bivens 2, Bell 2, Bender 0. LEBANON Starkey 27, Brannon 20, Large 2, Huse 2, Acton 2, Waite 0, Serviea 0. 3-point goals: Bowling 2, Wiendenhoeat 2, Brannon 4, Starkey 8. AT WHITELAND Edinburgh 18 21 17 7 63 Whiteland 19 16 17 14 66 EDINBURGH Justin Lollar 25, Joe Lollar 12, Kelsey 8, Sneed 8, Cravens 8, Bowers 2, Smith 0. WHITELAND Glidden 25, Upps 15, Wimmenauer 11, StanHer 11, Hetny 4, Bright 0, Ford 0, Moore 0. 3-point goals: Kelsey 2, Justin Lollar, Joe Lollar 2, Wimmenauer 2, Lipps 3. TODAY'S GAME Northwest at Washington, 4 p.m. FRIDAY'S GAMES Anderson at Richmond Anderson Highland at NobieavUle Avon et Monrovia Beech Grove at Triton Central ' Broad Ripple at Tech Brown County at Whiteland Brownsburg at Lawrence North Cermet at Lawrence Central Cascade at Northvlew Chatard at Howe Clinton Central at Western Boone Danville at Edgewood Decatur Central at Ben Davis Edinburgh at Hauser Franklin Central at Warren Central Greenfield-Central at Pendleton Helghta Greenwood at Shelbyville Hamilton Southeastern at Hamilton Heights Heritage Chriatian at Rrtter Indiana Deaf at Betheada Christlsn, 7:30 Indian Creek at Mooresville Lafayette Jeff et Pike Lapel at Weatfield Martinsville at Terre Haute North Morristown at Rushviile Muncie South at Anderson Madiaon Height New Palestine at Mount Vernon North Central at Perry Meridian North Montgomery at Lebanon Northwest et Cathedral Plainfield et Franklin Roncalli at Brebeuf Southport at Manual Southwestern at North Decatur Speedway at Trl-Weat Tech at Broad Ripple Waldron at Park Tudor Washington at Arlington Zionaville at Sheridan IIIL EAST DIVISION Fort Wayne .. 39 15 1 tV'iSO Muskegon ...... 30 20 9 69 229 Kalamazoo .. 26 23 7 63 203 Milwaukee 26 27 7 59 29 Indianapolis ... 17 34 9 43 193 WEST DIVISION OA 210 223 217 229 231 OA 186 215 211 W L T Pis nc Ksnsas City .. 44 San Diego ...... 35 Peoria 33 Salt Lake City 24 2 90 8 75 227 254 233 7 73 1 55 6 46 Phoenix 20 192 199 226 240 NOTE: Two rin.. .,. ' " -1W 240 tory and one for an overtime or shootow toes? TUESOAY'S RESULTS Salt Lake City 4, Indianapolis 3 San Diego 6, Phoenix 3 TONIGHTS QAME9 Muskegon at Milwaukee San Diego at Phoenix Peoria at Kansas City

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