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College, High School Basketball c 11 Gaithers 29 spark FDU -win By Don Markus Staff Writer EAST RUTHERFORD - Marcus Gaither recently became Fairleigh Dickinson's all-time leading scorer, but the achievement was overshadowed by the confusion the 6-foot-S, 200-pound guard was going through. Gaither was perplexed enough by new ccach Tom Green's system. A shift to point guard, because of an injury to teammate Freddie Collins, made things even more unsettling for the senior from Far Rockaway, N.Y. "When Freddie came back, I didn't know when to pass and when to shoot," Gaither said last night after scoring 29 points and leading FDU 81, Hofstra 69 FDU to a fairly easy 81-69 victory over Hofstra in the first game of a college basketball double-header at Byrne Arena. Gaither, who tied an arena record with 13 field goals (on 19 attempts), broke Ken Webb's FDU career scoring record of 1,477 points last Saturday against Maine and then went over the 1,500-point mark Monday against Brooklyn. "It the new system has been an adjustment for everybody,'' Gaither said. "But I think the adjustment is making us a better team. I feel I could play any position and be comfortable. The most important thing is that it works." Gaither was most comfortable working the baselines against 5-11 Doug Mills, posting the 165-pound Hofstra guard inside for layups and short, turnaround jump shots. "He Gaither was the key," said Hofstra coach Dick Berg. "The last two years both Hofstra victories we had Eric Harvey to play Gaither inside. But we had no one to stop him tonight He's one of the best players in the Metropolitan area." Gaither scored 17 points in the first half, when the Knights jumped to a 35-25 lead. FDU (6-4) widened its lead to 47-33 as Gaither posted Mills for a short bank shot Gaither then fed senior forward Greg Foster for an easy layup. Hofstra (4-4) trailed byas many as 20 points, 69-49, before cutting the deficit in the closing minutes. Mills led the Flying Dutchmen with 19 points. Junior forward Larry Hampton of FDU matched that with 19. "I think this is his Gaither's best basketball game so far this season," said Green, alluding to the fact that Gaither entered the game with a 13.8 average, nearly 10 points below last year. "He's done an incredible job, not just on offense. It has been something of a small project to have him think about the other parts of his game. He's played well on defense, gone to the boards, passed off. He's a complete player." NOTES The game was played on the old Nassau Coliseum basketball floor, which was shipped in from Long Island and will be used for at least a week because the Byrne Arena floor is warped and under repair. It seems moisture got into the Byrne Arena floor during storage... Foster had 13 points and nine rebounds for FDU... The Knights play at Iona tomorrow night. School schedule ?! " if ;y N m'T V t Fair Lawn romps to 51-29 victory Staff photo by Amy Davis Greg Foster of FDU has firm control of watches during last night's game at a rebound as Hofstra's Doug Mills Byrne Arena. Michigan 97, Rutgers 69 MICHIGAN McComticfc min 9pm Iqs ftw fti Mb w pis .24 61196020 Rutgers frustrated 23 2 3 23 1 7 Joubert 2 3 Rocymore 20 12 17 Henderson 1 1 3 E. Turner 11 1 2 Polefcoudoa 10 1 2 Rudy 3 AntontdM 3 O. Turner 3 Tarptey 16 2 1 7 s e 0 26 2 4 FROM PAGE C-7 MW13746S17 RUTGERS asks tons toe ft Ra rab aa pa Baftla Etarba 23 4 18 4 19 0 34 10 10 31 8- Brown 16 Zucker 14 Campbell 4 M. Brown 6 Pataraon 14 Parry 17 0 0 O 11 0 O Michigan RUTQERS Foutad out Bat, Pataraon. Total toute Michigan 26. Rutgara 25. A 5.144. FDU 81, Hofstra 69 FDU Foster M 1-1 13, Hampton -14 3-4 1, Wilson S-i (-6 W, Gaither 13-19 3-3 T), Kety 0-1 0-6 0. Duncan 0-2 0-0 0, CoWnt 4-5 2-2 H, Martin 0-0 04 0. Pavne 0-2 0-0 0, Eeson 0-1 0-0 0, Samone 0-0 0-0 0, Shokoi 0-0 0-0 O Totals 34-51 Ml II. HOFSTRA Schrever 4- 3-3 11, Miner 3- 0-0 4. McPartland S-ll 1-1 II, Welngard 3-4 0-0 , MM 7-14 5-5 19, A Hen 1-3 4-4 a, Sicker! 0-0 0-0 0, Murphy 0-1 0-0 0, Minor 4-4 0-1 I, Arnold 1-2 0-0 2, Martin 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 71-59 13-14 49. HeHtlme FaWeloh Dickinson 35, Hofstra 25. Fouled out Pavne. Rebounds Fen-leWi Dickinson 31 (Foster 91, Hofstra 24 (Schrever, McPartland ). Assists Fairleigh Dickinson 1J (Hampton 4), Hofstra 19 (Welngard il. Total Fouls Falrleigh Dickinson 10, Hofstra 12. Technicals None. "We figured Rutgers could play." Rellford and his teammates, who shot 17-for-30 from the field in the first half, figured wrong. Perry, junior forward Chris Remley (11 points), and Battle (20 points, five assists, five steals, and five rebounds) were the Scarlet Knights' bright spots. "We were not aggressive on defense and we were passive on offense," said Young, who spent much of the evening gnawing at his towel and yelling at his team. "Until they buried us, we were never in the game. Then we forgot who we were playing and where we were and just played." The closest Rutgers came in the second half was to within 53-31, following a pair of steals and baskets by Battle. Michigan coach Bill Frieder went deep into his bench and it still didn't matter. "I don't know how good they are but we are not a Top 20 team," said Young. Whether the Wolverines are worthy of their Top 20 ranking remains to be seen. Michigan beat nationally ranked Georgia Dec. 5 at the Omni in Atlanta, but really hasn't played anyone else close to national caliber. Michigan has played two games without All-Big 10 guard Eric Turner, who is suffering from back spasms. Turner, a 6-3 junior, was needed for just 10 minutes last night The Wolverines also remember last year, when they started 9-1 and finished the season a disappointing 15-13. "It takes time for a team like ours," said Rockymore. "We have so much talent that it'll take awhile to jell together." That is not Tom Young's problem. Anybody got a towel? WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP -Fair Lawn rebounded from its one-point loss to Kennedy the day before to wallop Westwood, 51-29, yesterday in girls basketball for its third win in four starts. The Cutters used fullcourt pressure to jump to a 38-10 halftime Girls basketball lead. Senior guard Patty McGar led the victors with 14 points. "Tonight our defense did the job and that meant easy shots," said Fair Lawn coach Rich Szura. PATERSON CATHOLIC 41, NEUMANN PREP 39 Paterson Catholic outpressured Neumann Prep in posting its two-point win. Leading 39-37 with 36 seconds left, the Cougars could have sat back in a zone to deny an inside shot But coach Ruth Memoli ordered a tight man-to-man defense. The strategy paid off when Linda Thompson stole an errant Wildcat pass and drove for the deciding layup to give the Cougars their first victory. Girls basketball box scores Independent Pat Cam. 41, Neumann P. 39 PATERSON CATHOLIC Thompson 10-1-21, Augustine 1-0-1, Roman 3-1-7, Jones 2-3-7, Sharpe 0-2-2, Bugg 1-0-2. Tetals: 17-7-41. NEUMANN PREP Hendricks 4-4-12, Marinan 3-0-4, Lets 5-0-10, Weiss 1-0-2, Hammond 2-1-5, DeRitter 0-2-2, Dolling 1-0-2. Totals: 14-7-39. (I-J) Pal. Cat. 13 H 9 9 - 41 (l-l) Newnana P. M 11 2 M - Fair Lawn 51, Weetwood 29 WESTWOOO Heini 1-0-2, Stence 5-1-11, Dan-ner 4-0-1, Cavanough 1-0-4, Mussel-lon 0-2-2, Antovuccl 0-0-0. Totals: 13-3-29. FAIR LAWN McGarr 4-2-14, Liamero 3-1-7, tmmen 1-3-5, Slaw 1-2-4, Gruoer 3- 0- 4, Ramirez 1-0-2, Cohen 1-1-3, Vbight 2-2-4, Vetetow 2-0-4, Scullion 04-0 Totals: 20-11-51. (1-31 Westweod 2 9 I N - 21 13-1) Fair Law 14 4 9 - SI Paquamtock SO, Montville) 32 PEQUANNOCK PhiHips 7-0-14, Snyder 1-1-1, Siura 5-1-11, Brady 0-1-1, Hehnecv 1- 0-2, McElwreeth 4-1-13, Maier 2-0-4. Nicosia 0-0-0, HekiHfnger 1-0-2, Griffin 0-0-0, Haweenv 0-0-0, Verdi 0-0-0. Tetals: 23-4-50. MONTVILLC Gromelv 1-0-2, vasco 3-0-4, Kaudelky 0-0-0, Eilender 1-0-2, Kai- Senior guard Michelle Hendricks sank two free throws with 12 seconds left for Neumann, making Thompson's basket the winner. "She's a smart player," Memoli said of Thompson. "Even if we're in a zone, she'll take that chance. She reacted well to the pass." Thompson led all scorers with 21 points, while Hendricks keyed the Wildcat attack with 12. PEQUANNOCK 50, MONTVILLE 32 Pequannock ran up a 19-0 first-quarter lead in the first period in coasting past Montville for its third victory without a loss. The victors opened with a 2-2-1 zone press that was effective at both ends of the court Pequannock's Janice Helmacy and Jenn McElwreath pressed for steals and easy baskets in the Mustangs' backcourt and when Montville broke the pressure, Panther forwards Nancy Phillips and Missy Snyder were there to deny easy shots. Robin Kaiser led Montville with 20 points (16 in the fourth quarter), while Phillips netted 14. Scores BOYS BASKETBALL Englewood 14 Essen Cam. 43 Hoboken 09 Montville 41 N. Warren 40 Union HM 41 Paterson Cam. 35 Fort Lee 47 Pequannock 45 Kinnekm 44 6IRLS BASKETBALL Fair Lawn 51 Westwood 29 Paterson Cafh. 41 Neumann Prep 39 Pequannock 50 MontviHe 32 ser 10-0-20, Abbott 0-0-0, McHale 1-0-2, Taurlello 0-0-0, Grasso 0-0-0. Tetelt: 14-0-32. (34) Ptavamedi 19 II 7 II - 50 l!) Meaty tile OH 4 II - 12 College schedules Thursday MEN'S BASKETBALL Fordham at Set on Had Holy Cross at Manhattan Howard at St. Peter's Brora CC al Bergen CC, 5 p.m. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL George Washington at Seton Hal, 5:30 pm. Dominican at Jersey City, 7 pm. Friday MEN'S BASKETBALL FDU at Iona WOMEN'S BASKETBALL FDU at SI. Peter's, 7 pm PaQMt'S 98tflMt9 8)f e) p.M 8JIiwU IMQaftf WMMfa fJlDMI ml 7:JV WRESTLING Bogota 44 Butler 34 Clifton 54 . Becton 24 .Whippany Pk. 20 Teaneck 11 Delaware Val. SI Wall Mllford 12 Elm wood Pk. 34 Ridgefleld Pk. 30 Emerson 42 Bergen Tech 21 Fort Lee 39 Ramapo 15 Hackensack 44 Kennedy II Hasbrouck Hts. 37 Cresskil 24 Indian Hilts 27 Ridgewood 24 Leonia 30 Ridgefield 24 Lvndhursl 55 Weehawken 7 Midland Pk. 34 Tonally 30 Palisades Pk. 31 Harrison 24 Paremus 21 No. Highlands 24 Pascack Hills 32 Sparta 21 Passaic Valley 31 Don Bosco 24 Pequannock 43 Wayne val II Ramsey 43 Old Taopan 17 West MiHord 33 Crenford 32 Wood-Ridge 33 New Milford 27 HOCKEY West Essex 3 Dwl. Englewood 1 BOYS FENCING Wayne Hius 19 Demarest I College scores WOMEN'S BASKETBALL George Washington 17 FDU 14 Thursday BOYS BASKETBALL bb-CresskM at Bergen Tech, 7 JO p.m. bo-Harrison at Secaucus, 730 p m. bb-LyndhursI at Park Ridge, 7 JO pm bo-New Milford at Becton, 7J0 pm bo-Leonia at Rutherford. 7J0 pm bob-North Arlington at Wood-Ridge, 7 JO pm bob-Palisades Park at Weehawken. 7J0 pm bbb-Hasbrouck Heights at Emerson, 7 30 pm bob-St Mary's at Bogota, 7 JO pm bob-Wellington at Ridgefield. 7 JO c-Pesceck HHts at Wayne Hits, 4 pm c-tndian HiHs at Demarest, 7 30 pm c-River Del al No. Highlands, 4 pm C-Otd Tappan at Westwood, 7 JO pm c-Pascack VaUev at Ramapo d Glen Rock at Pompton Lakes, t JO pm d-Midland Park at Waldwk. 4 pm d-Elmwood Park al Ramsay, 4 p.m. d-Passaic Tech at Saddle Brook, 4 JO p m. d-Hawthorne at Lodi, 430 pm d-Mahwah at Manchester. 630 pm Passaic at Bergenfietd. JO pm St. Joseph at Paremus, 7 JO pm Queen of Peace at Don Bosco Tech Orange at Eastside, 7 JO pm Kennedy at Passaic valley, 7:30 pm Bergen Calhoac at Nuttev, 7 JO pm West Orange at Summit, 7 JO pm CUffside Park at Memorial, 7 JO pm Ridgewood at Don Bosco, 7J0 pm Bloomfieid at Teaneck, 7 JO pm MontvMe at Pequannock, 4 pm Cedar Grove at Paul VI KMneton at West Milford, 7 JO p.m. Eastern Christian at Lakeland, 7 JO pm GIRLS BASKETBALL Ob-Bergen Tech at Cresskil bb-Secaucus at Harrison, 7 JO p.m. ob-Park Ridge al Lvndhursl, 7J0 pm bo-Becton at New Milford, 7 JO pm bb-Rutherford at Leonia bbb-Wbod-Ridge at North Arlington bob Weehawken at Palisades Park bob-Emerson at Hasbrouck Heights bob-Bogota at St. Mary's bbb-Ridgefleld at WalMnglon e-Weyne HWs al Pascack Hies C-Demerest at Indian HWs C-No. Highlands at River Del c-Westwood at Old Tappan, 7 JO pm C-Pesceck Veeev at Ramapo, 4 JO pm d Glen Rock at Pompton Lakes, I p.m. d-Midland Park at Waldwick. 7 pm d-Eknwood Park at Ramsey, I pm d-Pessaic Tech at Saddle Brook. I pm d-Hawlhornt at Lodi, I pm d-Mahwah at Mnechesfer, I pm Bergenfietd at Passaic 7 JO pm Eastside at Orange Holy Angels at Immaculate Conception, 3:30 p.m. Passaic VaHev at Kennedy West Milford al Kimion. 7 JO pm IHA al Ridgewood, 7 JO pm Teaneck at Bloomfieid, 7 JO pm Paremus Catholic at Hackensack, I pm Pequannock at Montville Memorial at Cliffside Park Paul VI at Cedar Grove Lakeland at Eastern Christian, 7 JO pm WRESTLING eaa-Pessaic Valev at Fair Lawn Secaucus at Glen Rock SI. Benedict at DePaut Morris Catholic at Morris Knot Friday BOYS BASKETBALL b-Engtewood at Tenafty, 730 pm b-Garfieid at Clffside Park, 7 JO pm b-Queen of Peace at Fort Lee. 7 JO pm b-RidgefieM Park at Durrani. 7 JO pm Hackensack at Paremus Catholic Fair Lawn at Etmwood Park, 7 JO pm Hoboken at Weehawken, 730 pm Ridgewood at Don Bosco, 7 JO pm Wardlaw at Neumann Prep, I pm GIRLS BASKETBALL b-Engtewood at Tenafty, I pm b-Oueen of Peace al Fort Lee, 4 P.m. b-RidgefieW Park at Durrani, 5 JO pm b-Garflekt at CUffside Park, 4 pm ff-DePeul at Morris Catholic 730 P.m. Eastside at St. Anthony, 730 pm Fair Lawn at Paul VI WRESTLING Dumont at Bergenfietd Peart River at Pascack HWs, 4 pm Demarest at Midland Park, 130 pm Neumann Prep at Immaculate Cliffside Park at westwood HOCKEY River Del vs. Indian Hits, 9 pm St. Peter's vs. Dwtght-Engiewood at Mackay Park, 4 p.m. Bays aasteaMB games at I p.m., an- 6)M tWf$)f) Girts eastemel games at 4 p.m.. Weekday areilfiaa matches at I p.m., ealess aoMi Saturday matches at l:N p.m., ealess Bated. KEY TO LEAGUES a-NNJIL Dtvislea Ij aa-NNJIL IX-yislea 2 ata-KNJIL Divlsiea tt a-BCSL Amerlcaat ak-BCSL Natieael; aa-BCSL Olympic) c-NBIL; 4-B-PSLt e-NNJPC; l-Narthera Hats Sea-rbaa; H-Hartlnra HHts Skyline. Bowling summaries BCSL American STANDINGS Garfield Englewood On. of Peace . Cliff. Pk. Dumont Fort Lee RESULTS Englewood 3 On. of Peace 3. Garfield 3 Dumont 0 .Cliff. Pk. 0 .Fort Lee 0 Hie games - Joe Jackson, Englewood, 222; BW Barhvdl, Dumont, 213; Tom Dypko, Engtweod. 202. High series Jackson, Englewood, 319; Barhydt, Dumont, 313. NNJIL Passaic-Essex STANDINGS W Clifton 21 W. Essex rallies to tie D wight-Englewood, 3-3 Carl Strom scored seven minutes into the third period last night to lift West Essex to a 3-3 tie with Dwight-Englewood in a North Jersey Scholastic Hockey League game. Bill Lovejoy scored two third-period goals 23 seconds apart for Dwight-Englewood to knot the score at 2-2, and teammate Jim Smith put the Bulldogs ahead at 5:34 of the third period. Strom tied it with his goal two minutes later. Frank Vespe scored the first two goals for West Essex. Bobby Gark and Chris Garbaccio each had two assists for Dwight-Englewood. Goalie Steve Borg bad 18 saves for the Bulldogs, .j Passaic VaHev Paul i Kennedy Passaic Nuttev Bloomfieid Eestsidr RESULTS . 12 . 7 14 . 5 W . 2 19 . 2 19 Bcttevitte 0 Passaic VaL 3 . High games - Bob Ricdardi, Passaic VaUev, 277; Mike Lourioas, Beaevate, 213. Hiea series - RicciardL Passaic vaaev. 754. High school hockey W. Eeaax J, Dwl-Engfa). 3 (1-4-1) Pwt.-Eamweed 013-1 (M-l wast Essti 111-1 Gaels: DE-Lovewv 2. Smith; WE-Vespe 2. Strom. Assists: DE -Clark 2, Garbaccio Z Greenberg, Svenson: WE-Strom 2. vandermoten 2, Ogando. 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