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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1997 01 V PRO BASKETBALL Knicks. Heat settle series today FISHING REPORT Ewing, Houston, Ward back, however Johnson, Starks out for New York By CHRIS SHERIDAN Tlie Associated Press PURCHASE, N.Y. — With a grunt from Patrick Ewing and a gripe from Jeff Van Gundy, the New York Knicks got ready Saturday for the biggest game of their season. "Everything I've got to say I'll say tomorrow. The only other thing I've got to say is see you in Chicago," were Patrick Ewing's only comments as he exited what may have been the Knicks' final practice. Game 7 is this afternoon at Miami Arena, and New York will once again have to overcome the fallout from their behavior in Game 5 when a bench-clearing melee led to the suspensions of five Knicks. Ewing was one of those punished and had to sit at home watching Friday night's game on television. Also sitting out was Al- NEW YORK AT MIAMI Game? WHEN: 2:30 p.m. today TV: NBC, Salina cable 3, 13 AT STAKE: Spot in Eastern Conference final against Chicago Ian Houston, who also stayed on his sofa while his teammates were getting beat 95-90. "It was a different experience. I kind of got a feeling of what the fans go through," Houston said. "It was like I was in a different world knowing I was supposed to be in the game, or at least down there supporting my teammates." Houston, Ewing and Charlie Ward will be back from their one- game suspensions today, but Larry Johnson and John Starks will be serving theirs. Johnson and Starks both traveled with the team to Miami and planned to stay at the hotel to watch the game. "We've got 10 guys and — I know you've heard this line before — we've got 10 quality guys. We've got more than enough to win with," Van Gundy said. Asked what he did in the hours following Game 6, Van Gundy joked: "I was up all night and I don't have much hair left to pull." The Knicks' coach made his strongest comments concerning the treatment Alonzo Mourning has been receiving from the officials. Even though Mourning has been whistled for 31 fouls in the series, Van Gundy said he should have been called for more than one foul in the first half Friday night when he dominated inside against the smaller Buck Williams and the older Herb Williams. "The defensive player has a right to hold his ground, but right now they're allowing him to displace the defensive player," Van Gundy said. The coach also said non-calls on fouls aren't only thing Mourning is getting away with. "We had six travels on us the other night and he hasn't had a travel call on him in two games. And I would say he travels on, oh, every possession." In Game 6, Van Gundy went away from his earlier strategy of using Charles Oakley to defend Mourning. He gave no hint as to whether he'll go back to that plan or use Ewing to guard his fellow Georgetown alumnus. "Patrick is a big-time player and we expect him to play very well, but it's not on his shoulders to win or lose this game. We've got to count on everyone to play and play well," Van Gundy said. The coach also said he was undecided on who would start in place of Johnson at small forward. The best guess is that Van Gundy will use rookie John Wallace in Johnson's place when he's not using a three-guard alignment with Chris Childs moving over to shooting guard, Houston playing a forward and Ward at the point. 13 teams in Duncan sweepstakes today By The Associated Press EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Just call the NBA Draft Lottery, the Tim Duncan sweepstakes this year. While a combination of four ping pong balls picked today will determine which of 10 teams gets the top pick in June, there seems little doubt that the Wake Forest center will be the selection. "He's the real deal," New Jersey Nets general manager John Nash said Saturday. "Some others may emerge from this draft, but he's as close to a sure thing as there is. "I know there is no sure thing and there have been some people taken with the first, second or third pick who have failed, but Duncan is legit." Thirteen teams are involved in the lottery, but only 10 have a shot at the No. 1 pick in a draft which is not considered as strong as in recent years despite the addition of 47 underclassmen. DUNCAN As part of their expansion agreement, Vancouver and Toronto are not eligible to draft first until 1999. If either gets the top pick on June 25, it would automatically pick second and the No. 2 team would choose first. If the Canadian teams finish 1-2 in the lottery, the third team would get No. 1 and the Canadians would pick second and third, although Philadelphia has the right to swap first-round picks with Toronto. Rick Pitino's Boston Celtics have the best shot at Duncan. Finishing with the league's second- worst record earned the Celtics 200 of the 1,000 lottery chances. Boston also got another 64 chances, owning Dallas' first- round pick because of a trade that sent Eric Montross to the Mavs. If Celtics did get the No. 1 choice, it would give Boston the first pick in both the NBA and NHL drafts. No city has ever had that. Other teams in the lottery and their chances in 1,000 of getting the No. 1 pick are: San Antonio (157), Denver (120), Philadelphia (89), New Jersey (44), Golden State (24), Milwaukee (11), Sacramento (7), Indiana (6) and Cleveland (5). Vancouver has 250 chances in the lottery and Toronto 23. Duncan averaged 20.8 points and a nation's best 14.7 rebounds this past season in earning All America honors and the ACC Player of the Year award for a second time. The senior finished his career with 2,117 points and 1,570 rebounds. Wake Forest retired his No. 21 before the season ended. Duncan, who shot 61 percent from the field this season, finished as the 10th player in major college history with more than 2,000 points and 1,500 rebounds, and his 481 blocked shots were second on the career list. Duncan would be the first senior chosen first overall since 1991, when Charlotte took Larry Johnson of UNLV. The last five top picks have been ShaquiUe O'Neal, Chris Webber, Glenn Robinson, Joe Smith and Allen Iverson. After Duncan, the top players this year are Utah senior forward Keith Van Horn and Ail-Americans Danny Fortson of Cincinnati and Ron Mercer of Kentucky. Fortson, a junior, averaged 21.4 points, while Mercer, a sophomore, averaged 18.4. Chauncey Billups of Colorado, a second team All-American, also made himself eligible for the draft. Tracy McGrady of Mount Zion Academy in North Carolina was the only high school player to apply this time. He is a 6-9 and a senior. HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD EISENHOWER LEAGUE MEET Friday at Wakelleld Boys team scores Tescotl 1S8, Bennlngton 127, Hope 69, While City 69, Wakelield 57, Centre 43, Solomon 29 Individual results Tripto jump — 1. Brockmeler, H, 41-3%; 2. Harmlson, WC, 41 -3; 3. HammersmHh, WC, 39-10. Shot put— 1. Lee, WC, 53-2V4; 2. Gans, B, 45- 1'A; 3. Shaft, 8,39-9. Pole vault— 1. Cole, B, 12-1; 2. Simonson, W, 10-2; 3. Lloyd, W, 10-2. Javelin — 1. Brunnar, C, 167-2; 3. Hammersmith, WC, 164-2; 3. Gans, B, 153-2. High lump — 1. Miller, T, 6-2; 2. Simonson, W, 5-8; 3. Brockmeier, H, 5-4. DlKUS — 1. Lee, WC, 125-9; 2. Harmon, T, 106-9; 3. Guntenbeln, H, 100-6. Long Jump — 1. Brockmeier, H, 20-9:2. Anderson, T, 20-7'A; 3. Harmison, WC, 20-5. 110 hurdles- 1. Getting, T, 15.75; 2. Miller, T, 15.59; 3. Rohrer, H, 17.07. 100— 1. Van Doren.T, 11.1; 2. Montgomery, S, 11.11; 3. Chance, B, 11.12. 1,600 — 1. Daniels, B, 4:54.24; 2. Mukwldldza, WC, 5:07.09; 3 Klenda, C, 5:11.36. 400—1. Stenlors, B, 53.35; 2. Gotti, T, 54.19; 3. Chance, 55.69. 300 hurdles — 1. Miller, T, 44.11; 2. Hummel, T, 4477; 3. Rohrer, H, 45.45. 800 — 1. Daniels, B, 2:09.46; 2. Gotti, T, 2:12.84; 3. Simonson, W, 2:14.91. 200 — 1. Chance, B, 23.55; 2. Anderson, T, 23.97; 3. Montgomery, S, 23.98. 3,200— 1. Seilert, B, 11:19.73; 2. Mukwidldza, WC, 11:38.6; 3. Gelssert, C, 11:41.26. 3,200 relay — 1. Tescott, 8:50.74; 2. Bennlng- ton, 9:19.19; 3. Wakefield, 9:25.76. 400 ralay — 1. Tescott, 46.93; 2. Solomon, 47.75; 3. Hope, 47.88. 1,600 relay — Wakelleld, 3:47.65; 2. Bennlng- ton, 3:48.11; 3. Hope, 3:52.23. Girls team scores Hope 110, Tescott 91, Bennington 70, White City 68, Solomon 68, Centre 66, Wakefield 46. Individual results High Jump — 1. Abrams. T, 5-4; 2. Jones, H, 48; 3. Allenbaugh, WC, 4-6. Javelin — 1. Johnson, S, 102-4; 2. Coup, H, 016; 3. Williams, B, 88-7. 100 hurdles — 1. Rohrer, H, 17.32; 2. Jones, H, 17,35; 3. McCready, B, 17.36. Discus— 1. Schultz, H, 93-1; 2. Coup, H, 89-7; 3. Williams, B, 85-1. Long Jump — 1. Hatterman, C, 16-7; 2. Gul- mond, WC, 16-5; 3. Nelson, T, 16-3V4. 100— 1. Guimond, WC, 13.82; 2. Hatterman, C, 13.84; 3. Schmidt, WC, 13.65. Triple lump— 1. Johnson, S, 31-9*; 2. Hatterman, C, 31-6 Vi; 3. Dlttman, WC. 31-6. Shot put — 1. Johnson, S, 34-0; 2. Abrams, T, 33-5 Vi; 3. Lee, WC, 32-11. 1,600 — 1. Nelson, S, 5:32.78; 2. Engle, WC, 6:08.15; 3. Owens, C, 6:12.75. 400-1. Larson, T, 65.77; 2. Hoyle, W; 66.39; 3. Popelka, 6,67.14. 300 hurdles — 1. Nelson, T, 52.69; 2. Rohrer, H, 52.8; 3. McCready, B, 54.01. 800—1. Nelson, S, 2:38.09; 2. Ryll, H, 2:43.43; 3. Witty, W, 2:48.11. 3,200 — 1. Engle, WC, 13:32.13; 2. Owens, C, 13:39.48; 3. Weiland, B, 14:20.97. 200 — 1. Hatterman, C, 27.33; 2. Larson, T, 28.83; 3. Ford, H, 29.09. MO relay — 1. Wakelield, 1:57.93; 2. Hope, 1;58.15; 3. Bennington, 2:04.88. 400 ralsy — 1. Tescott, 54.66; 2. Solomon, 55.7; 3. Hope, 55.99. 1,600 relay — 1. Bennington, 4:38.04; 2. Wake- tield, 4:45.32; 3. Hope, 5:01.64. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE Friday at Hill City BOYS Team Scores Smith Center 120, Norton 110, Ellis 83, Hill City 76, Trego 71, Philllpsburg 24, Stockton 22, Plainvllle 19, Osbome 17, Victoria 16. Individual Results Shot put — 1. Boyle, Norton, 48-1 V>: 2. Schneider, Trego, 48-9; 3. Tharp. Smith Center, 47-1 Vi. Long lump — 1. Spies, Trego, 23-6W; 2 Ziegler, Trego. 21-8; 3. Williams. Norton, 21-3. Triple lump - 1. Rlley, Hill City, 43-11%; 2 Ziegler, Trego, 43-11VS; 3. Barta, Smith Center 42-1 'A. Poto vault— 1. Stull, Norton, 13-7; 2. Nlckelson Hill City, 12-0; 3. Ramrioz, Smith Center. 12-0. 110m hurdles - 1. McReynolds, Stockton 15.68; 2. Stewart, Smith Center, 15.73; 3 Rorabaugh, Ellis. 15.69. 440y relay — 1. Norton, 44.24; 2. Smith Center 45.13;3. Hill City. 45.33. Discus — 1. R.Phllpol, Norton, 166-0; 2 NPhllpot, Norton, 145-3; 3. Eberle, Trego. 138-5. JsveUn — 1. Herl, Victoria, 178-4; 2. Smith, Os borne, 177-11; 3. Rust, Phlllipsburg, 169-0. High lump -1. Honas, Ellis, 6-4; 2. Anderson Plainvllle, 6-4; 3. Barta, Smith Center, 6-0; 3. Kohl, Ellis, 6-0. 2-mlle relay — 1. Smith Center, 8:29.59; 2. Ellis, 8:43.24; 3. Osbome, 8:54.42. 100m dash — 1. Spies, Trego, 10.82; 2. Williams, Norton, 11.20; 3. Burgess, Smith Center, 11.30. 1,600m run — 1. Hill, Ellis, 4:45.05; 2. Beckman, Smith Center, 4:46.50; 3. Lofgreen, Norton, 4:48.67. 400m run — 1. McReynolds, Stockton, 51.50; 2. Depperschmidt, Smith Center, 51.99; 3. Appelhans, Hill City, 52.39. 800m run — 1. Shepard, Ellis, 2:06.03; 2. Burgess, Smith Center, 2:06.24; 3. Lofgreen, Norton, 2:07.77. 300m hurdles — 1. Rlley, Hill City, 40.59; 2. Ross, Plainville, 40.69; 3. Cox, Norton, 40.90. 200m dash — 1. Spies, Trego, 22.27; 2. Appelhans, Hill City, 23.13; 3. Williams, Norton, 23.25. 3,200m run — 1. Kendall, Philllpsburg, 10:39.97; 2. Hill, Ellis, 10:48.63; 3. Tucker, Smith Center, 10:49.86. Mile relay — 1. Hill City, 3:32.52; 2. Smith Center, 3:34.45; 3. Norton, 3:36.98. GIRLS Team Scores Smith Center 119, Philllpsburg 86, Norton 75, Plainvllle 74, Trego 54, Osborne 36, Victoria 26, Ellis 20, Hill City 20, Stockton 17. Individual Results Shot put — 1. Comeau, Plainvllle, 37-11V<; 2. Finch, Smith Center, 35-5 %: 3. Ubben, Phillipsburg, 33-5'/.. Long lump - 1. Elliott, Hill City, 16-Oli; 2. Thlele, Norton, 15-844; 3. Scanlon, Trego, 15-7'A. Triple |ump — 1. Thlele, Norton, 35-3; 2. Homewood, Ellis, 33-5V4; 3. Anderson, Phlllipsburg, 334. 880y relay — 1. Plainvllle, 1:49.59; 2. Smith Center, 1:53.09; 3. Osbome, 1:54.11. 100m hurdles — 1. Charboneau, Philllpsburg, 16.49; 2. Anderson, Phlllipsburg, 16.63; 3. Cox, Norton, 16.77. 440y relay — 1. Plainville, 52.26; 2. Trego, 53.06; 3. Smith Center, 53.27. Discus — 1. Reusink, Norton, 108-6; 2. Rush, Philllpsburg, 106-2; 3. Comeau, Plainville, 94-11. Javelin—1. Otte, Phlllipsburg, 114-0; 2. Corwin, Osborne, 110-2; 3. Williams, Norton, 105-1. High lump — 1. J.LittleJohn, Phlllipsburg, 5-2; 2. Malsam, Trego, 5-2; 3. Cox, Norton, 5-0; 3. Vogel, Phlllipsburg, 5-0. 3,200m run — 1. Barnes, Smith Center, 11:55.70; 2. Fiene, Smith Center, 12:55.61; 3. Hearting, Trego, 13:00.42. 100m dash — 1. Kuhn, Smith Center, 12.96; 2. McDonald, Stockton, 12.98; 3. Elliott, Hill City, 13.36. 1,600m run — 1. Barnes, Smith Center, 5:16.99; 2. Fiene, Smith Center, 5:33.59; 3. Rush, Smith Center, 5:40.79. 400m run — 1. Roadhouse, Osbome, 1:01.21; 2. B.Ptacek, Victoria, 1:02.45; 3. Shuttleworth, Plalnvilie, 1:03.39. 800m run — 1. Barnes, Smith Center, 2:26.88; 2. Fiene, Smith Center, 2:29.35; 3. H.Ptacek, Victoria, 2:30.10. 300m hurdles — 1. Schrum, Norton, 48.41; 2. Hladek, Trego, 48.63; 3. J.UltleJohn. Phlllipsburg, 49.32. 200m do»h — 1. Kuhn, Smith Center, 26.32; 2. McDonald, Stockton, 26.67; 3. Shuttleworth, Plainville, 27.27. Ulle relay — V Victoria, 4:15.57; 2. Plainvllle, 4:17.06:3. Norton, 4:19.01. MID-CENTRAL LEAGUE Friday at Halatoad BOYS Team Scores Halstead 102, Sterling 93, Smoky Valley 66, Hesston 64, Haven 56, Elllnwood 55, Lyons 51, Hillsboro 34, Nickerson 17, Collegiate 13. Individual Results High lump — 1. Jones, Nickerson, 6-4; 2. Driggers, Hillsboro, 6-2; 3. Weaver, Hesston, 6-0; 3. Genii Sterling, 6-0. Discus — 1. Hines, Lyons, 153-1; 2. Stansbury, Hesslon, 152-11; 3. J.Wesner, Elllnwood, 135-1. Triple lump — 1. Renter, Halstead, 39-0Vi; 2. Colberg, Lyons, 38-11; 3. Vogel, Hilisborp, 38-8. Shot put — 1. Stansbury, Hesston, 52-1; 2. McMullen, Elllnwood, 50-1; 3. Linden, Sterling, 48-1 W. Long |ump — 1. Martens, Haven, 21 -8Vi; 2. Swlsher, Smoky Valley, 19-10; 3. Jaruen, Hillsboro, 19-7%. Javelin — 1. Smith, Haven, 168-8; 2. Boltz, Sterling 187-3; 3. Carmichael, Halstead, 174-5. 110m hurdlei - 1. Smith, Sterling, 15.97; 2 Swisher, Smoky Valley, 16.03; 3. Janes, Hillsboro, 16.17. 3,200m relay - 1. Halstead, 8:40; 2. Sterling, 6:53.48; 3. Collegiate, 9:11.07. Pole vault — 1. Thompson, Sterling, 14-0; 2. Brunnlng, Sterling, 13-0; 3. Pound, Lyons, 12-8. 100m dash — 1. Utlmore, Halstead, 11.13; 2 Prosser, Ellinwood, 11.40; 3. Martens, Haven 11.B6. 1,600m run — 1. Bishop, Smoky Valley, 4:28.19; 2. J.Rempel, Hesston, 4:31.16; 3. Hawkins, Halstead, 4:40.05. 400m relay — 1. Halstead, 43.78; 2. Sterling, 45.13; 3. Hesston, 45.93. 400m dash — 1. Prosser, Ellinwood, 50.52; 2. Thompson, Sterling, 50.58; 3. Bishop, Smoky Valey, £2.44. 300m hurdles — 1. Swlsher, Smoky Valley, 41.57; 2. Altvater, Lyons, 41.77; 3. Janes, Hillsboro, 43.30. 200m dssh — 1. Prosser, Ellinwood, 22.53; 2. Martens, Haven, 22.99; 3. Latlmore, Halstead, 23.22. 800m run — 1. Bishop, Smoky Valley, 2:02.37; 2. Rempel, Hesston, 2:03.22; 3. Feldman, Lyons, 2:04.66. 3,200m run — 1. Hawkins, Halstead, 10:32.40; 2. Deist, Starling, 10:33.86; 3. Koehn, Hesston, 10:42.38. 1,600m relay — 1. Smoky Valley, 3:31.69; 2. Halstead, 3:34.66; 3. Lyons, 3:39.31. GIRLS Team Scores Halstead 106, Hillsboro 91, Nickerson 59, Haven 58, Hesslon 56, Smoky Valley 46, Ellinwood 31, Sterling 28, Lyons 27, Wichita Collegiate 25. Individual Resulta High lump—1. Keller, Halstead, 5-2; 2. Kassler, Haven, 5-0; 3. Helln, Halstead, 5-0. Javelin — 1. Alels, Ellinwood, 126-8; 2. Hlebert, Smoky Valley, 115-6; 3. Harder, Hillsboro, 110-9. Discus—1. Buckaloo, Nickerson, 119-8; 2. Patterson, Smoky Valley, 116-3; 3. Swelgart, Hesston, 113-10. Shot put — 1. Buckaloo, Nickerson, 34-9 Vi; 2. Chlsholm, Hillsboro, 34-8; 3. Musalek, Haven, 345. Long lump — 1. Miles, Halslead, 16-7Vi; 2. Bontrager, Haven, 16-6 Vi; 3. Ranoy, Hesston, 15- 100m hurdles — 1. Miles, Halstead, 15.50; 2. Macheva, Hillsboro, 15.59; 3. Raney, Hesston, 16.37. 800m rstsy — 1. Hillcboro, 1:49.59; 2. Halstead, 1:51.94:3. Hesston, 1:55.90. Triple lump — 1. Raney, Hesston, 33-8; 2. Hedrlck, Nickerson, 33-2; 3. Willard, Nickerson, 31- 9'A. 100m daih — 1. Noble, Collegiate, 13.10; 2. Schoepf, Haven, 13.25; 3. Sreber, Hesston, 13.33. 1,600m run — 1. Higgins, Lyons, 5:43.22; 2. Duerksen, Hillsboro, 5:46.75; 3. Panning, Elllnwood, 6:02.49. 400m relay — 1. Hillsboro, 51.60; 2. Haven, 52.19; 3. Halstead, 52.88. 400m dash — 1. Keller, Halslead, 58.87; 2. Heln, Halstead, 1:02.03; 3. Boesse, Hillsboro, 1:02.93. 300m hurdles — 1. Miles, Halstead, 46.22; 2. Machova, Hillsboro, 46.72; 3. Reed, Sterling, 47.68. 800m run — 1. Duerksen, Hillsboro, 2:32.64; 2. White, Haven, 2:32.66; 3. Panning. Ellinwood, 2:39.49. 200m dssh — 1. Keller, Halslead, 25.88; 2. Noble, Collegiate. 27.37; 3. Schoepl, Haven, 27.77. 3,200m run — 1. Higgins, Lyons, 12:54.50; 2. Ricke, Nickerson, 13:09.76; 3. Bryant, Halstead, 13:44.75. 1,600m relay—1. Hillsboro, 4:11.50; 2. Sterling, 4:26.99; 3. Smoky Valley, 4:31.65. NORTHWEST KANSAS LEAGUE Friday at Hoxle Boys team acorea Colby 130, Oakley 100, Goodland, 88, Hoxle 69, St. Francis 88, Qulnter 54, Oberlin 31, Atwood 19. Individual results Discus — 1. Taylor, C, 146-5; 2. Johnson, C, 138-11:3. Dennis, Oak, 138-9. Shot put — 1. Gladln, Oak, 46-7; 2. Hall, G, 4511; 3. Mazanec, C.44-6. Triple lump — 1. Mauck, H, 43-5 'A; 2. Ostmeyer, 0,41-3:3. Marchanl, Oak. 41-2K. Pole vault — 1. Young, SF, 13-0; 2. Moss, H, 12-6; 3. Werth, Q, 12-0. Javelin — 1. Faylor, SF, 159-7; 2. Johnson, C, 146-8; 3. Brown, H, 144-7. Long |ump — 1. Broeckelman, Oak, 2-2Vi; 2. Mauck, H, 21-0; 3. Bleker, H, 20-6. High |ump — 1. Mauck, H, 6-4; 2. Bauman, Q, 8-2; 3. Baalman, Oak, 6-0. High hurdles — 1. Unger, Ob, 15:25; 2. Carter, Oak, 15.45; 3. Ralnbolt, SF, 15.65. 4iMO relay — 1. St. Francis, 31.03; 2. Colby, 8:31.07; 3. Qulnter, 9:05.22. 1,600run— 1.Bossert,C, 4:37.68; 2. Porter, Q, 4:42.27; 3. Tedlord, G, 4:50.25. 400 — 1. Felver, G, 51.13; 2. Broeckelman. Oak, 52.01; 3. Oesterrelch, C, 52.16. 100 — 1. Schultz, SF, 2:04.59; 2. Sheets, C, 2:05.79; 3. Washburn, C, 2:06.16. 100 — 1. Felver, G, 10.82; 2. McPheeters, C 10.97; 3. Burk, G, 11.1. 4x100 relay — 1. Goodland, 44.0; 2. Colby 44.14; 3. Oakley, 44.76. 300 hurdlea — 1. Carlson, A, 40.13; 2. Carter, Oak, 40.28; 3. Post, Ob, 41.12. 200 — 1. Felver, G, 22.22; 2. Burk, G, 22.58; 3. McPheeters, C, 22.61. 3,200 — 1. Bossert, C, 1022.88; 2. Porter, Q, 0:23.11;3. Tedlord, 0,10:29.15. 4x400 relay — 1. Colby, 3:28.06; 2. St. Francis, 3:29.37; 3. Oakley, 3:30.94. Girls team acorea St. Francis 102, Oakley 94, Colby 94, Oberlin 76, Hoxie 58, Goodland 57, Quinter 49, Atwood 48. Individual results Discus — 1. Wllllby, Ob, 105-3 Vi; 2. Rundel, C, 98-11 Vi; 3. Sis, A, 94-Vi. Shot put — 1. Willlby, Ob, 36-2Vi; 2. Smith, H, 33-9; 3. Kruse, H, 31-ZVi. Triple lump — 1. Llchty. Q, 33-3Vi; 2. Henderson, SF, 31-9; 3. Fercha, C, 31-4. Pole vsult — 1. Murray, C, 7-6; 2. Rhuems, G, '•6; 3. Horton, A, 7-6. Jivilln — 1. Johnson, C, 122-4Vi; 2. Zerr, C, 116-3; 3. Horton, A, 115-8. Long lump - 1. Cook, Ob, 15-5 Vi; 2. Wels, H, 15-3V4; 3. Henderson, SF, 15-1 Vi. High lump — 1. Hegley, A, 5-4; 2. Montoya, SF, 5-2; 3. Fercha, C, 5-2. 4x800 ralsy — 1. Goodland, 11:06.31; 2. Colby, 11:09.29; 3. Obertin, 11.13.88. 100 hurdltl — 1. Sowers, Sf, 16.16; 2. Lewallen, A, 16.74; 3. Kaiser, Q. 16.75. 4x200 relay — 1. St. Francis, 1:46.88; 2. Oakey, 1:51.28; 3. Qulnter, 1:51.48. 4x100 relay — 1. St. Francis, 50.48; 2. Oakley, 51.50; 3. Hoxle, 52.41. 300 hurdlee — 1. Undsten, SI, 46.91; 2. Sowers, 47.79; 3. Fraker, Ob, 49.31. 100— 1. Cook, Ob., 13.0; 2. Korf, Oak, 13.02; 3. Kourtney, Oak, 13:07. 1,600 — 1. Huncovsky, Oak, 5:49; 2. Shipley, 5:51.39; 3. Elwood, Ob, 5:53.67. 400—1. Huncovsky, Oak, 59.9; 2. Young, SF, 1:00.91; 3. Mannebach, C, 1:02.91. 800 — 1. Huncovsky, Oak, 2:30.75; 2. Schlelds, G, 2:34.86; 3. Cooper, H, 2:36.25. 200—1. Cook, Ob, 26.59; 2. Stuart, SI, 26.87; 3. Schoepner, g, 26.92. 3,200 — 1. Nejdl, Q, 13.12.41; 2. Evans, C, 13:35.03; 3. Leavitt, C, 13:41.69. 4x400 relay — 1. St. Francis, 4:06.66; 2. Qulnter, 4:15.56; 3. Oakley, 4:18.20. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY LEAGUE Friday at Tribune Boya team scores Sharon Springs 114, Greeley County 99, Triplains 86, Brewster 50, Grinnell 46Vi, Cheylln 40 Vi, Western 38, Utka 28, Jennings 25, Healy 19, Golden Plains 5. Individual reaulta Discus — 1. Latham, T, 1354; 2. G. Moyer, C, 133-5V4;3.J. Moyer.C, 119-11. Shot put — 1. T. Latham, T, 46-0; 2. Hoflman, GC, 44-9; 3. G. Latham. T, 44-10Vi. Jsvelln — 1. Capo, G, 166-1; 2. Moyer, C, 1562; 3. Stevens, U, 15f>€. Long |ump — 1. Mangan, GC, 21-5V4; 2. Cullens, SS, 41-11%; 3. Ostmeyer, G, 38-«. High Jump — 1. Mangan, GC, 6-2; 2. Hendrlcks, C, 5-10; 3. Dickman, G, 5-8. Pole vsult — 1. Welsh, SS, 12-6; 2. Poe, SS, 123; 3. Bussen, SS, 8-0. 110 hurdles — 1. Cullens, SS, 14.73; 2. Cox, W, 16,36; 3. Tutlle, GC, 16.58. 100— 1. Wright, T, 11.11; 2. Capo, 0,11.49; 3. Poe, SS, 11.73. 1,600 — 1. Young, U, 4:53.75; 2. Welsh, SS, 5:01.33; 3. Pllger, SS, 5:05.50. 400 — 1. Wright, T, 49.88; 2. Rush, B, 52.29; 3. Rocha, GC. 55.08. 300 hurdles — 1. Culiens, SS, 40.59; 2. Capo, G, 41.85; 3. Tuttle, GC, 42.28. 600 — 1. Rush, B, 2:01.59; 2. Latham, T, 2:05.30; 3. Bailey, J, 2:09.13. 200 — 1. Wright, T, 22.48; 2. Poe, SS, 23.22; 3. Capo, G, 23.81. 3,200 — 1. Young, U. 10:44.91; 2. Peterson, GC, 10:60.44; 3. Schllllg, J, 11:03.44. 4x100 relay — 1. Weskan, 45.98; 2. Greeley County, 46.51; 3. Healy, 47.01. 4x200 relay — 1. Brewster, 8:46.90; 2. Triplains, 8:49.80; 3. Jennings, 9:14.91. 4x400 relay — 1. Triplalra, 3:30.31; 2. Brewster, 3:36.90; 3. Greeley County, 3:40.80. Glrla team scores Weskan 98, Greeley County 82, Grinnell 62, Sharon Springs 57, Cheylin 43, Jennings 43, Utlca 41, Triplains 36, Brewster 32, Healy 29, Golden Plains 24. Individual results Discus — 1. Mears, C, 105-5; 2. Funk, W, 96-7 3. Fleckenstein, J, 95-8. Shot put — 1. Foster, U, 36-7 V.; 2. Kutlkir. GC 34-2K;3.0ch8.T.31-1V4. Javelin — 1. Woelk, GC, 105-3; 2. Gilley, B 104-0; 3. Welsh, W, 103-0. Long |ump — 1. Teeter, G, 17-1»; 2. Welsh SS, 16-V4;3.Wllkens, H, 15-11. Triple lump— 1. Teeter, G, 35-5; 2. Welsh, SS i 33-10'A; 3. Wildeman, J, 31-1. High lump — 1. Robinson, W, 5-2; 2. Wildeman, J, 5-0; 3. Anlholz, C, 5-0. 100 hurdles — 1. Okeson, W, 16.75; 2. Ochs, T, 17.28; 3. Seymour, C, 17.99. 100 — 1. Wilkens, H, 13.10; 2. Kahle, G, 13.25; 3. Fralser, SS, 13.43. 1,600 — 1. Moser, GC, 5:51.42; 2. Young, U, 5:58.10; 3. Pllger, SS, 6:06.36. 400—1. Teeter, G, 60.39; 2. Rush, B, 62.16; 3. Welsh, SS, 64.51. 300 hurdles — 1. Ochs, T. 48.33; 2. Okeson, W, 48.40; 3. Seymour, C, 52.51. 800—1. Robben, B, 2:34.51; 2. Robinson, W, 2:34.96; 3. Welsh, SS, 2:35.39. 200 — 1. Wilkens, H, 26.87; 2. Kahle, G, 27.14; 3. Rush, B, 27.38. 3,200 — 1. Young, U, 13:07.67; 2. Ross, GP, 13:24.81; 3. Moser, GC, 13:41.44. 4x100 ralsy — 1. Grinnell, 51.83; 2. Sharons Springs, 53.42; 3. Weskan, 55.99. 4x200 ralsy — 1. Weskan, 1:53.50; 2. Golden Plains, 1:59.68; 3. Cheylin, 1:59.70. 4x400 ralsy — 1. Weskan, 4:22.67; 2. Greeley County, 4:27.75; 3. Jennings, 4:29.66. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS LEAGUE Friday at Concordla Boya team scores Concordla 194, Wamego 99, Chapman 92, Abilene 63, Clay Center 62, Marys* 45. Individual results Long lump — 1. Sort, W, 19-flVi; 2. Burgess, Con, 19-5%; 3. Carson. CC, 19-2V4. High lump — 1. Paquelte, Con, 6-0; 2. Brad- lord, M, 6-0; 3. Klein, CC, 5-10. Shot put — 1. Letoumeau, Con, 53-5; 2. Bums, CC, 51-3; 3. Jones, CMWVi. Discus — 1. Zimmerman, Con, 139-9; 2. Le- oumeau, Con, 134-3; 3. Ketterer, Con, 134-1. Triple |ump — 1. Burgess, Con, 43-3'A; 2. Habluetzel, CC, 41-1 Vi; 3. Bradford, M, 40-8Vi. Jsvelln — 1. Longeria, Ch, 188-4; 2. Hake, Con, 164-6; 3. Stlrtz, Ch, 164-2. Pole vsult — 1. 0. Klndel, Con, 14-0; 2. Wai- Strom, M, 14-0; 3. Burgess, Con, 14-0. 110 hurdlee — 1. Soil, W, 14.7; 2. Laas, Con, 16.09; 3. Paul, Ch, 15.13. 4x800 relay — 1. Chapman, 8:41.63; 2. Wamego, 8:59.90; 3. Concordla, 9:17.85. 100 — 1. Essllnger, Con, 10.5; 2. Nevlns, Con, 10.71; 3. Bums, CC, 19.93. 1,600 — 1. Foltz, A, 4:32.76; 2. Janke, Ch, 4:36.68; 3. Lane, W, 4:49.79. 4x10u relay — 1. Concordia, 44.04; 2. Clay Center, 44:43; 3. Wamego, 45.19. 400—1. Nevins, Con, 51.94; 2. Bradford, M, 52.9; 3. Nledfeldt, W, 52.93. 300 hurdles — 1. Lewis, Con, 41.35; 2. Soil, W, 41.37; 3. Paul, Ch, 42.11. 600 — 1. Lane, W. 2:03.54; 2. Foltz, A, 2:04.70; 3. Boeshling. CC, 2:06.01. 200 — 1. Esslinger, Con, 22.02; 2. Nevlns, Con, 22.38; 3. Carson, CC, 23.02. 3,200 — 1. Douglas. A, 10:20.91; 2. Hanko, Ch, 10:23.08; 3. Flncham, W, 10:25.13. 4x400 relay — 1. Wamego, 3:31.18; 2. Marysville, 3:32.73; 3. Concordia, 3;33.41. Girls team acorea Clay Center 180, Concordla 85, Chapman 80, Wamego 73, Abilene 53, Marysville 53. Individual results Long |ump — 1. Rosklns, Ch, 15-8K; 2. VanScoyoc, CC, 15-6; 3. Peterson, CC, 15-1 % High jump — 1. Albers, Ch, 5-2; 2. Ohlde, CC, 5-0; 3. Dwerikotte, M, 4-8. Shot put — 1. Albeis, Ch, 39-9 V<; 2. Aggson, Con, 38-5Vi; 3. Sullivan, A, 37-6. Discus— 1. Broslus, Con, 121-5; 2. Reed, Con, 110-7; 3. Cunningham, CC, 106-2. Triple lump — 1. VanScoyoc. CC, 35-2'/4; 2. Albers, Ch, 33-5; 3. Halter, M, 33-4 Vi. Jsvelln — 1. Oetinger, CC, 122-3; 2. Kabriel, W, 121-0; 3. Cunningham, CC, 105-8. Pole vsull — 1. Cunningham, CC, 8-3; 2. Schwensen, CC, 5-9; 3. Jensen, CC, 6-9. 100 hurdles — 1. Johnson, A, 15.56; 2. Chaffee, CC, 15.97; 3. Ohlde, CC, 16.34. 4x600 relay — 1. Wamego, 10:31.55; 2. Clay Center, 10:35.02; 3. Chapman. 11:37.38. 100 — 1. Anderson, Con, 12.59; 2. Beck, CC, 12.64; 3. Beckman. M, 12.82. 1,600 — 1. Ferguson, CC, 5:30.90; 2. Banker, W, 5:43.16; 3. Eckstein, W, 6:07.14. 4x100 relay — 1. Clay Center, 51.06; 2. Concor- dla, 51.71; 3. Chapman, 62.11. 400—1. Rock, Ch, 1:01.18; 2. Brockman, CC. 1:01.80; 3. Wellendort, Con, 1:03.54. 300 hurdles — 1. Johnson, A, 49.19; 2. Delghlon, CC, 49.84; 3. Cahtfee, CC, 49.95. 600—1. Kahrs, CC, 2:21.46; 2. Ferguson, CC, 2:30.47; 3. Banker. W, 2:35.10. 200—1. Anderson, Con, 25.93; 2. Brockman, CC, 25.98; 3. Beckman, M, 26.77. 3,200 — 1. Colt, CC, 11:62.29; 2. Eckstein, W, 12:26.80; 3. Mlerhardt, W, 12:26.88. 4x400 relay — 1. Clay Center, 4:10.62; 2. Con- coidla, 4:14.92; 3. Marysville, 4:23.89. CEDAR BLUFF RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 63 degrees, lake level Is 3.55 feet below pool. • Catfish — Slow, only a few reports of anglers seeking catfish. Look for catfish towards the upper end, try shad parts or other traditional bottom baits. May fish available In the 1-4 pound range. • Grapple — Beginning to pick up, but dependent on wind/weather conditions. More legal crappies reported this past week fishing with jigs and/or minnows In shallow water of coves around the flooded brush. Lots of 8-10 Inch fish, with more 1214 Inch crapples expected this week with continued warmth. Ten Inches minimum length limit In effect. • Largemouth bas» — Sporadic, but good at times fishing jig/pig over points or spinner baits and/or lizards In shallow water of the major coves. Size range 14-20 Inches. Fifteen Inches minimum length limit In effect. • White bass — Good to excellent the last hour of the day casting |igs, spoons or spinners at either end of the dam in shallow water. Size range from 10 inches up to 3 pounds. • Wipers — Anglers are catching wipers mixed In with white bass along the dam late in the day. Average size is 14 Inches. Remember to correctly Identify wipers vs. white bass, a statewide creel limit of two per day for wipers Is In effect. GLEN ELDER RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 60 degrees, lake level Is 1 foot below pool, releasing 20 cubic feet per second. • Channel catfish — Still catching catfish lakewlde using mostly live bait and perpared stink baits. Catfish are not spawning, but they can be located In very shallow water foraging for food. Mill, Walnut and Qranlte Creeks still popular sites. • Grapple — Most crapple anglers reporting good success, with a few limits being caught. Bobber and minnow combinations most popular, but small jigs have also been productive. Anglers reporting male fish along the shorelines In most of the traditional crapple spawning sites. • Walleye — The walleye bite has picked up since last week. Getting reports of fish being harvested In the 15-21 Inch size with an occasional 7 or 8 pounder caught. The flats from Granite Creek to the Cawker City Causeway has been most productive, but do not overlook other shallow water areas such as near Walnut Creek. Most anglers reporting night crawlers working best. • White bass — Spawn Is ending but they could be located up both river systems for the next week or so. Twister tail |igs and roadrunners of assorted colors being reported. Most fish weighing less than a pound, but several 2-3 pound fish have been reported. Remember to report all tagged white bass. KANOPOLIS RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 60 degrees, lake level Is slightly above pool, releasing 56 cubic feet per second. • Channel catfish — Has slowed down. • Crapple — Excellent on minnows and small jigs both shallow and deeper around the brush and rocks. This fishing Is really breaking loose and should be good for the next week or two. • White bass — Fair, some excellent reports are coming In from the river above the lake as the spawning action has finally broken loose. This Is likely to be a short term affair and the fish will be moving back Into the main lake. • Wipers & walleye — An occasional fish being taken. • Rainbow trout — Fair, trout are still being caught out of the seep stream and the Park Pond on com, flies and worms. KIRWIN RESERVOIR • Water temperture — 61 degrees, lake level Is 1.8 feet above pool. • Channel catfish — Slow. • Crapple — Fair, fish are scattered, some being taken In flooded timber south of Grey's Park at 10-20 feet and from south fish attractors at 30-40 feet, minnows and jigs, wide size range. • Largemouth bass — Very good from boats casting splnnerbaits and plastic worms near shallow cover, also several being caught by shoreline anglers, 15-18 inches average, larger fish common. • Walleye — Good, fish are beginning to feed actively but are still scattered from 10-40 feet, jig 'n worm combinations have been productive in the trees at the north end of the dam and In the Bow Creek Arm near Scout Cove, 18-24 Inches average, mornings and evenings best. LOVEWELL RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 60 degrees, lake level Is 1 foot above pool, releasing 20 cubic feet per second. • Channel catfish — Still receiving good reports from most shoreline anglers fishing many of the major tributaries of the reservoir. Fishing has also been good off the banks of the State Park using mostly worms. Trotliners still having the same luck in the upper end of the lake. • Crapple — A few being caught In shallow water In coves during spawning activities, mostly In flooded vegatatlon. Minnows and bobber working best, but small jigs fished the same way will also be productive. No limits being reported, but fish are ranging from 10-13 Inches. • Walleye — Getting some nice reports of 18-22 inch fish being consistently caught off shallow water points, drifting with jig and crawler combination. A few limits have been reported, but most anglers are only boating a few each day. Many being caught and released. Some trailers have also picked up some nice fish. • White bass — Still slow for most white bass anglers at this time, but the wipers are making up for the slow white bass fishing. Wipers running about a 4 pound average are being caught by walleye anglers off major points, drifting with Jig and crawler combination. SEBELIUS RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 61 degrees, lake level Is 1.8 feet above pool. • Channel catfish — Far! using worms and shad in the upper end, ranging to 12 pounds. • Grapple — Very good, fish are congregated In spawning areas, minnows and jigs in brush near shore, '/? pound average with some exceeding a pound. • Largemouth bass — Excellent, variety of arti- ficails near shallow water cover lakewide, wide size range with many in the 12-16 Inches range, fish over 3 pounds common. • Saugeye — Anglers are beginning to catch a few on teh road beds and in the upper ends of coves. • Wipers — Sporadic, very good at times casting large sassy shad jigs and big surface plugs, some of the better areas have been the mouth of Leota Cove, the south end of the dam and the sand pit area, majority are running from 6-12 pounds. WEBSTER RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 62 degrees, lake level is 2.1 feet above pool. • Channel catfish — Good using cut shad in the upper end, 1 Vi pound average. • Crapple — Fair to very good, mornings and evenings best using jigs and minnows near the concrete culvert and in the road ditches on the south side, also some being taken off fishing pier in Marina Cove, 9-12 Inches average. • Lorgemouth bass — Few reports from anglers fishing actively for bass, some taken incidentally by crapple fishermen. • Walleye — Slow to fair, anglers are beginning to calch a few on jig 'n worm, fish up to 8 pounds reported. • Wipers — Sporadic, mostly fair but very good at times when concentrations of fish are located, casting jigs from shore and boats over beaches, along rocks, points road beds and in trees in the eastern Vi of lake, majority running 2-8 pounds, occasional fish over 10 pounds. WILSON RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 59 degrees, lake level Is at pool, releasing 100 cubic feet per second. • Crapple — Fishing is picking up, the fish are moving shallower around the rocks and brush. Most of the crappie are 8-9 Inches but a few push- Ing 1 pound being taken. • Black bass — Good to excellent, most of the largemouth are being taken in the upper end anjjj In the backs of the creeks and coves and the smallmouth are mostly coming from the rock bluff areas. Lots of 18-21 inch fish of both species be.- Ing caught. " • • Striped bass — Good, It appears that the fish are beginning to move shallow for their May feeding spree. Anglers are catching them off th dam and rocky points on days when there Is a good wind out of the south on large jigs and roadrunners. A few large fish have been taken In the lower end of the reservoir downrigglng with large jigs. • Walleye — Slow, a few being caught on crankbalts around the rocks by bass anglers. ..: • White bass — Slow to fair, the fishing In the river has tapered off and the spawn Is about ovfeh The tagging operation Is finished and anglers need to be on the lookout for tagged fish and send those tags In for the reward. A few nice whites are ajso being caught In the lower end of the reservoir around the rocky points. OTTAWA STATE FISHING LAKE • General conditions — Water level Is normal, • Blueglll — Action will be Improving rapidly as the water warms on through the 60 degree range. • Channel catfish — Good, some being taker) on shad sides lakewlde, better in the upper end at times. The fish feeders are in and set to go off at 7 a.m., 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. ••"•" • Crapple — Good to excellent, around the brushplles and the edges of the vegetation or! small jigs and minnows. Lots of smaller crapple but fair numbers of larger fish. Anglers are encouraged to keep all the crapple you catch up to the dally creel limit of 50. • Largemouth bass — Fair, has slowed down and anglers are having trouble finding the fish, Spawning activity Is likely the cause for the sudden slowdown in success. SALINE STATE FISHING LAKE • Channel catfish — Fair lakewide on wormsj shad and shrimp. The fish feeders are In and set to feed at 7 a.m., 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. •*••*•SHERIDAN STATE FISHING LAKE '• • Water temperature — 65 degrees. ' • Catfish — Good fishing shallow upper end with cut shad or sunlish. Average size Is 1:5 pounds. ••; Ij • Sunflsh — Good using beetle-spins'd» worm/bobber combo along the edges. Six to eight Inch bluegill with some redear up to 11 inchw available. "^ TUTTLE CREEK RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 61 degrees, lake level is one foot high, clarity Is good, releasing 2,000 cubic feet per second. • Crapple — Fair to good, Vz-1 pound in 2-5 feet of water on Jigs and minnows. • Channel catfish — Fair to good, 1-10 pounds In the north end on green worms and shad baits. • White bass — Fair, %-1 Vz pounds In the tributary streams on jigs, minnows and spinner baits. MILFORD RESERVOIR • Water temperature — 57 degrees, water 1s clear, lake is near pool level, releasing 300 cubic feet per second. • Channel catfish — Good, 1-8 pounds in river on worms and shad baits. '*' • Walleye — Fair to good, 2-5 pounds In 10-12 feet of water on flats on jigs and minnows. • Crapple — Good, Vi-1 pound In 3-6 feet of water using jigs and minnows along the shoreline. • Wipers & white bass — Good, 1-5 pounds during the evening and night along the face of the dam on shad imitation lures. GEARY STATE FISHING LAKE • Crapple — Fair, averaging Vz pound on jigs and minnows In 4-7 feet of water. • Channel catfish — Fair to good, Vi-1 pound on worms. WASHINGTON STATE FISHING LAKE • Channel catfish — Fair, V4-1 pound on worms and livers. Memorial Day Early Deadlines Retail & Bordered Classified Ads Publication Date Neighbors, 5/26 Friday, 5/23 Saturday, 5/24 Applause! 5/28 Sunday, 5/25 Monday, 5/26 Tuesday, 5/27 Wednesday, 5/28 Deadline Tuesday, 5/20 @ 2:00 Tuesday, 5/20 @ 3:00 Wednesday, 5/21 @ 10:00 Wednesday, 5/21 @ 11:00 Wednesday, 5/21 @ 1:00 Thursday, 5/22 @ 1:00 Thursday, 5/22 @ 4:00 Friday, 5/23 @ 1:00 Classified Line Ads (No Borders, Logos Or Artwork) Friday, 5/23 Saturday, 5/24 Sunday, 5/25 Monday, 5/26 Tuesday, 5/27 Thursday, 5/22 @ 10:00 Thursday, 5/22 @ 1:00 Friday, 5/23 @ 10:00 Friday, 5/23® 1:00 Friday, 5/23 @ 3:00 The Salina Journal business office will be closed Monday, May 26 in observance of Memorial Day. ^Salina Journal

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