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The Salina Journal Sunday, March 31,1985 Page 14 Trio tied after three rounds at TPC / vfflanova PONTE VEDRA, Fla. (AP) D.A. Weibring had a four-shot lead when he went off the 10th tee, and a two-shot advantage when television went off the air. But a bogey-bogey finish dropped him into a three-way tie for the lead Saturday in the third round of the rich Tournament Players Championship. "I was trying not to wake up the golf course," Weibring said after Results in Scoreboard playing the front nine in a solid 32, "but the wind got up and the course kicked up its heels." He was one victim, losing two shots on the last two holes — and nearly losing more. His second shot on the 18th flirted with a lake and forced Weibring to play his third shot "with my heels hanging over the aqua." Calvin Peete was another casualty of the course that found its teeth in the afternoon winds. Peete, the game's most accurate player, Scoreboard had tied Weibring for the lead on the 16th, but then hit into the pond on the 17th when the wind let up as he was making his swing. It led to a double bogey. He and Hale Irwin, a two-time U.S. Open champion, playing in front of Weibring, each had a 69 and finished at 208, eight under par for three trips over the difficult Players Club at Sawgrass and two back of Weibring. A few minutes later, Weibring limped home with a 72, including 40 on the back side, and all three were tied going into Sunday's final round of the chase for the $162,000 first prize. "I can honestly say the money doesn't make any difference," said Weibring, whose only PGA Tour victory came six years ago. "The money is wonderful, but I'm out to achieve something that I have worked hard for a long time. I consider the TPC a major tournament. It's something I want to win." Irwin agreed. "Money is just the obvious thing," he said. "The added things, the 10-year exemption and the ego trip, those things can't have a price put on them." And the final 18 holes shapes up as much more than a three-man race, Irwin said. "The only conclusion is that it's wide open," he said. Gary Hallberg and Canadian Dan Halldorson shared fourth at 210, only two shots back. Hallberg closed up with a 67 and Halldorson shot a 72. Larry Rinker was next at 71-211. Not only did Weibring's struggling finish deprive him of sole possession of the top, it opened the way to a potential last-round challenge by Jack Nicklaus. "Anybody within four shots has a chance," said Peete. And Nicklaus, six strokes off the pace when he finished with a 71, suddenly found himself only four back at 212. He was tied with Payne Stewart, Gary Twiggs and Dan Forsman. Twiggs had a 67, Forsman and Stewart 69s. West German Bernhard Langer, near the lead for most of the first two rounds, fell victim to a triple bogey-six with two balls in the water on the 18th hole, also after television had finished. He finished with a 75 and was at 211. Weibring, a 31-year-old who has only one title in nine years on the PGA Tour, owned a two-stroke advantage at the start of play. He hit a two-iron to within six feet and made eagle-three on the second hole. He reached the turn in 32 and was four in front. Then the winds came up. He bogeyed the 10th, misjudging the wind, and the 12th, misjudging a putt. Peete, playing in front, caught him with a six-foot birdie putt on the 16th, then hit into the water for a double bogey. That gave Weibring another two- stroke lead. But he three-putted from long range on the 17th, cutting the lead to one, and surrendered that when he missed the green and failed to get up and down on the 18th. (Continued from Page 13) could to get him in foul trouble." And it worked. "We shot 12 more field goals than they did but they shot 26 foul shots and we shot nine," Kirk said. The Wildcats also played their slowdown game so well that they held Memphis State to its lowest score all season. "I look forward to the shot clock next year knowing have a 45-second situation," Kirk said. "No clock hurts." But after a moment's thought, he added. "They do what they want to win — and maybe if they run, they beat us worse." Lee left with just 10 points, having shot 3-for-9 from the field with four free throws. Bedford, who finished the game, scored just eight points. Meanwhile, McClain was the driving force as Villanova charged down the stretch, surviving a cold spell of 9:46 without a field goal. He scored the Wildcats' only four points on free throws in that stretch, while Memphis Statte was scoring eight points. Then, McClain broke the Wildcats back into the field-goal column with a powerful slam dunk over Bedford. That gave Villanova a 45-41 lead with 2:04 to play. McClain scored eight of nine Villanova points in one stretch and eight of the Wildcats' final 13. The remaining four came on last-minute free throws by Gary McLain, Villanova's 6-0 senior guard. McLain hit all five of his free throws and McClain hit all seven of his. In all, Villanova hit 20 of 26 free throws, while Memphis State went to the foul line just nine times for seven points. It was McClain, McLain and 6-9 center Ed Pinckney who had made a pact four years ago that they would reach the Final Four before they were graduated. Now they have done that one better — getting Villanova to its first championship game since 1971. Pinckney finished with 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds. He also blocked three shots for Villanova. Memphis State, unable to play its physical game inside through most of the second half, was forced to resort to long-range shooting. Andre Turner, a 5-10 junior guard, wound up as the Tigers' leading scorer with 11 points. Basketball NBA standings Notional Basketball Association By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W t Pet. GB x-Boston 59 14 .808 — it-Philadelphia 54 20 .730 5% New Jersey 37 38 .493 23 Washington 36 37 .493 23 New York 24 51 .320 36 ' ' Central Division y-Milwaukee 54 21 .720 — x.Detroit 39 33 .542 13'/i ' Chicago 35 40 .467 19 Cleveland 31 43 .419 22'/i Allanta 29 45 .392 24 1 /, Indiana 20 54 .270 33'/> WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division x-Denver 48 26 .649 — x-Houston 43 30 .589 4'/. x-Dallos 41 34 .547 7% San Antonio 37 38 .493 I 1% Utah 37 39 .487 12 Kansas City 30 45 .400 18'/. Pacific Division y-l.A. Lakers 54 19 .740 — Portland 37 38 .493 18 Phoenix 32 42 .432 22'/, Seattle 30 44 .405 24 V, l.A. Clippers 27 48 .360 28 Golden State 20 55 .267 35 x-clinched playoff berth. y-clinched division title Saturday's Games Cleveland 117, Indiana 94 New Jersey 123. New York 114 Konsas City 137. Golden Stale 121 Philadelphia 122. Chicago 117 Houston 106, Utah 96 Milwaukee 106, Atlanta 95 l.A. Clippers 123. Phoenix 114 Denver 129. Portland 117 Sunday's Games Boston at Detroit. I p.m. Washington at Indiana, 2 p.m. Phoenix at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. Son Antonio ot L.A. Clippers, 9 p.m. Monday's Games Atlanta at Detroit. 6:30 p.m. Houston at Seattle, 9;30 p.m. NBA boxscores CAVALIERS 117, PACERS 94 Indiana (94) Brown 2-8 0-0 4, Kellogg 6-14 8-10 20, Slipanovich 6-12 10-10 22. Fleming 3-10 4-5 10. Stansbury 1-3 2-2 4, Kelser 3-11 2-2 8, Waiters 3-3 0-0 6, Thomas 611 2-3 14, Durrani 1-9 2-2 4, Edelin 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 32-84 30-34 94. Cleveland (117) Hubbard 4-7 4-9 12, Hinson 5-8 0-0 10, West 1-3 0-0 2, Bagley 1-4 0-0 2, Free 12-23 3-6 27. Turpin 4-7 0-0 8, Davis 4-7 5-7 13, Jones 6-10 3-4 15, Poquette 2-3 1-2 5, Williams 4-5 0-0 8. Shelton 4-5 3-311, Anderson 2-4 0-0 4. Totals 49-86 19-31 117. Indiana 21 25 25 23— 94 Cleveland 28 30 29 30—117 Fouled out — West. Rebounds— Indiana 52 (Kellogg, Fleming 7), Cleveland 53 (Hubbard 9). Assists—Indiana 20 (Fleming 9), Cleveland 38 (Davis 8). Total louls— Indiana 25. Cleveland 31. A-6.621. NETS 123, KNICKS 114 New Jersey (1 23) Turner 4-7 0-0 8. Williams 6-14 6-9 18, Dawkins 2-8 2-2 6, Ransey 5-6 6-6 16, Richardson 7-17 5-6 20, Gminski 5-9 13-14 23. King 12-16 4-5 28. Brewer 2-6 0-04. Totals 43-83 36-42 123. New York (114) Orr 5-11 7-10 17, Wilkins 2-2 3-6 7. Bannister 8-17 4-7 20, Tucker 2-9 0-0 4, Walker 6-8 4-4 16, Bailey 8-14 2-4 18. Sparrow 3-6 4-4 10, Carter 2-7 2-2 6, Grunfeld 6-10 2-2 14, Cavenall 1-3 0-0 2.Totals 43-87 28-39 114. New Jersey 31 35 26 31-123 New York 30272730—114 Three-point goals — Richardson. Fouled out — Turner, Bailey. Rebounds— New Jersey 48 (Williams 10), New York 53 (Bailey 14). Assists—New Jersey 26 (Richardson 10), New York 25 (Walker 7). Total louls— New Jersey 28. New York 29. Technicals— Dowkins, 2 (ejected), Carter. A— 9,840. KINGS 137. WARRIORS 121 Golden State (121) Short 8-16 11-11 27, Smith 7-10 5-7 19, Whitehead 7-12 0-0 14. Wilson 6-9 0-0 13, Floyd B-17 2-3 18, Thibeaux 2-4 1-2 5. Aleksinas 3-5 4-4 10, Teagle 4-7 1-1 9, Plummer 2-4 1-2 5. Conner 1-7 002. Totals 48-91 25-30 121. Kansas City (137) E.Johnson 8-18 3-5 19. Thorpe 12-14 4-5 28. Thompson 5-7 1-2 11, Theus 1014 6-6 26, Drew 6-11 5-6 17, Woodson 3-10 6-6 12. Olberding 2-3 4-4 8, Me- •riweather 0-1 3-4 3, Nealy 4-4 3-4 II. McNomorfl 0-0 0-0 0. Verhoeven 1-10-0 2. Totals 51 -83 35-42 137. Golden Stale 28 34 28 31—121 Kantas City 31 36 30 40-137 Fouled out— Thompson. Rebounds — Golden Slate 43 (Smith 11), Konsas City 44 (Thorpe 10). Assists— Golden Stale 25 (Floyd 8). Kansas City 38 (Theus 14). Total fouls— Golden State 32, Kansas City 28. Technicals— Konsas City head coach Johnson, Golden State, deloy of game. A— 4,999. ROCKETS 106, JAZZ 96 Utah (96) Bailey 10-15 0-0 20, Danlley 5-12 2-2 12. Eaton 5-10 4-4 14. Green 1-4 2-2 5, Griffith 6-16 3-4 17. Kelley 0-1 0-0 0. Slocklon 1-2 0-0 2, Roberts 5-9 1-1 II, Wilkins 5-15 3-4 13, Mannion 1-2 0-1 2. Totals 39-86 15-1896. Houston (106) (Eaton 14). Houston 55 (Olajuwon 10). Assists—Utah 26 (Stockton 6), Houston 30 (Lloyd 9). Total louls—Utah 23. Houston 22. Technicals—Utah coach Layton. A—13,892. SIXERS 122, BULLS 117 Philadelphia (122) Berkley 9-12 4-7 22. G.Johnson 5-10 0-1 10. Malone 11-229-1231, Cheeks 712 3-3 17, Toney fl-13 4-4 22. Richordson 1-3 0-0 2, Williams 1-1 2-4 4, B.Jones 3-6 2-2 8. Threat! 2-2 2-2 6 Totals 47-81 26-35122. Chicago (117) Greenwood 1-5 0-0 2, Woolridge 7-15 4-6 18, Corzine 2-6 4-4 8, Jordan 13-19 11-13 38, Mollhews 0-3 0-0 0, Dailey 10-13 5-6 25, Oldham 4-5 2-4 10, Green 3-9 l-l 7, Whotley 2-3 0-0 4, Higgins 1-4 3-4 5, C.Jones 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 43-82 30-38 1!7. Philadelphia 35 32 29 26—122 Chicago 26322435-117 Three-point goals—Toney 2. Jordan. Fouled out — Oldham. Rebounds—Philadelphia 45 (Malone 14). Chicago 45 (Oldham 6). As- sisfs-Philodelphia 28 (Cheeks 12), Chicago 26 (Whotley 7). Total fouls— Philadelphia 30, Chicago 24. Technicals- Berkley. Malone. Chicago head coach loughery. A—18,133. NCAA women NCAA Women's Tournament By The Associated Press All Times CST The Final Four At Austin, Texas Notional Semifinals Friday, March 29 Old Dominion 57, NE Louisiana 47 Georgia 91. Western Kentucky 78 National Championship Sunday, March 31 Old Dominion, 30-3, vs. Georgia, 294, 12:10 p.m. Tournaments The Marymounl College women's basketball team and Knight's Sporting Goods are sponsoring a lower-league men's tournament April 12-14 at Smoot Gymnasium. No championship league players or teams are eligible. Entry lee is $85 and the field is limited fa eight teams. Trophies will be awarded to the top three teams. For more information, contact Joey Knight at 827-1121. Baseball Standings Exhibition Standings By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Toronto 14 7 .667 Chicago 16 9 .640 California 10 8 .556 Detroit 12 10 .545 Baltimore II 10 .524 Konsas City 11 10 .524 New York 11 10 .524 Milwaukee 12 12 .500 Cleveland 10 10 .500 Seattle 10 11 .476 Oakland 9 II .450 Boston 10 13 .435 Minnesota 10 13 .435 Texas 8 11 .421 NATIONAL LEAGUE Los Angeles 13 7 .650 Chicago • 13 10 .565 Cincinnati 11 9 .550 New York 10 9 .526 Atlanta 11 10 .524 Philadelphia 9 9 .500 San Diego 10 II .476 San Francisco 10 11 .450 Houston 11 13 .458 Montreal 9 12 .429 St.Louis 6 10 .375 Pittsburgh 4 13 .235 Saturday's Gomes Philadelphia 4. Boston 2 Chicago While Sox 10, Pittsburgh 3 Detroit 4, Cincinnati 0 Houston B, Minnesota 4 Los Angeles 10, Toronto 6 Kansas Cily 6, Baltimore 1 New York Yankees 7, Texas 4 Atlanta 4. St. Louis 0 Sealfle 4. Chicago Cubs 3 Oakland 7, Milwaukee 2 Son Francisco 6, Milwaukee 2 San Diego 4. Cleveland 0 San Francisco 1), California 5 New York Mels 3, Montreal I Sunday's Games New York Mels vs. Cincinnati al Tampa, noon. Atlanta vs. Los Angeles at Vero Beach, 12:30 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Phiadelphia at Clearwater. 12:30 p.m. Monlreol vs. St. Louis ot St. Petersburg, 12:30 p.m. Baltimore vs. Atlanta (ss) al West Palm Beach. 12:30 p.m. Toronlo vs. Chicago While Sox (ss) at Sarosota. 12:30 p.m. Chicago White Sox (ss) vs. Kansas City at Fort Myers, 12:30 p.m. Detroit vs. Minnesota at Orlando 12:30 p.m. Boston vs. New York Yankees at Forl Louderdale. 12:30 p.m. Texas vs. Houston at Kissimmee. 12:35 p.m. Milwaukee vs. San Diego at Yuma. 2 p.m. Oakland vs. San Francisco at Scolls- dole. 2 p.m. Chicago Cubs vs. California at Palm Springs. 2 p.m. Seattle vs. Cleveland at Tucson, 2 p.m. Texas, O'Brien. Wilkerson. New York, Grilley. TIGERS 4, REDS 0 Cincinnati 000 000 000-0 7 2 Detroit 020 001 lOx—4 7 0 Stuper. McGalligan (6), Willis (7), Franco (B) and Bilardeilo: Wilcox, O'Neal (6), Lopez (8) and lowry, Casl- illo(6). W-Wilcox. L-Stuper. WHITE SOX 10, PIRATES 3 Chicago (AL) 510400000-1015 0 Pittsburgh 200 001 000- 372 Seaver, Fireovid (8), Jones (9) and Skinner: McWilliams, Guante (5), Scurry (8), Tekulve (9) ond Pena, Ortiz (7). W- Seaver. L-McWillioms. HRs—Chicago, Solazar 2. Huletl, Dybzinski. BRAVES 4, CARDINALS 0 SI. Louis 000 000 000-0 5 I Atlanta 110 000 02x—4 8 0 Forsch, Hassler (6), Rucker (8) and Porter: Mahler, Bedrosian (7) and Benedict. W—Mahler. L—Forsch. DODGERS 10, BLUE JAYS 6 Los Angeles 100207000—1010 1 Toronto 001 230 000— 6 12 3 Reuss, Brennan (7), Niedenfuer (8) and Scioscia, Brown (9); Alexander, Clark (7), Acker (8), Coudill (9) and Whill. W- Reuss. L-Alexonder. HR—Los Angeles. Bream. ASTROS 8, TWINS 4 Houston 004 Oil 020—8 14 0 Minnesota 101 002 000—4 10 2 Ryan, DiPino (8), Calhoun (9) and Bailey; Smilhson, Klowitter (7), lysan- dor (8). Filson (9) and Engle, Reed (8). W— Ryan. L—Smithson. HRs—Houston, Garner, Puckett. Smalley. ROYALS 6, ORIOLES 1 Kansas City 110 211 000-6 10 1 Baltimore 000 000 001—1 8 1 Jackson, Beckwith (5), Gura (7), and Walhan; Davis, Jones (7), Rajsich (9) and Dempsey: W—Jackson. L—Davis. HRs-Kansas City, White, Balbonl. PHILLIES 4, RED SOX 2 Boston 001 010 000—2 8 0 Philadelphia 001 201 OOx—4 9 0 Hurst, Johnson (7) ond Gedman, Sullivan (7); Denny, Anderson (7), Campbell (8), Holland (9) and Virgil, Diaz (7). W— Denny. L—Hurst. HRs—Philadelphia, Virgil. Schmidt. A'S 7, BREWERS 2 Oakland 020 200 030—7 12 0 Milwaukee 200 000 000—2 5 1 Birtas, Warren (3), Conroy (7), Howell (8) ond Heolh, Tettleton (6); Gibson, Wails (5), Enatsu (8), Kern (9) and Moore, Simmons (7). W—Worren. L-Gibson. HRs—Oakland. Bochte, Tettleton. Milwaukee, Yount. MARINERS 4, CUBS 3 Chicago (NL) 100 010 010—3 12 1 Seottle 000 200 002-4 6 0 Sutclilfe, Frazier (8) ond Davis; Young, Stonton (7), Thomas (9) ond Kearney. Valle (7). W—Thomas. L—Frazier. GIANTS 11, ANGELS 5 Son Francisco 530000111 — 1113 0 California 013 100 000- 5 10 3 Blue. Davis (5), Williams (9) and Robb; lugo. Corbel! (2), Kipper (5), Moore (9) ond Boone. W—Blue. L—Lugo. HRs—Son Francisco. Gladden, Oueletle, Deer. California, Miller, De- Cinces. Football USFL standings United Stales Football League By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pet. PF PA Brmghm 5 1 0 .833 161 118 Tmpa By 4 2 0 .667 169 136 N.Jrsy 3' 2 0 .600 128 125 Memphis 3 3 0 .500 123 129 Jksnvle 240 .333 141 177 Bllmre 1 3 1 .300 82 76 Orlando 0 5 0 .000 75 154 WESTERN CONFERENCE Houston 5 0 0 1.000 189 105 Oakland 3 1 1 .700 128 124 Arizona 320 .600 104 80 Denver 3 2 0 .600 112 109 Portland 2 3 0 .400 81 92 L.A. I 4 0 .200 1 IB 117 S.AIno 1 4 0 .200 46 119 Friday's Game Tampa Bay 28. Memphis 20 Saturday's Games Birmingham 25. Jacksonville 18 New Jersey al Arizona, (n) Sunday's Games Baltimore at Houston. 1:30 p.m. Orlando al Denver, 1:30 p.m. Oakland at Los Angeles. 3 p.m. Monday's Game San Antonio ot Portland, 8 p.m. Golf McCroy 5-7 0-0 10. Sampson 14-22 8- _ ...... .. II 36. Olojuwon 4-10 4-6 12. Hollins 7- Exhibition IBSUltS . 14 1-1 15. Lloyd 9-17 2-3 20. Lucas 2-8 0-0 4, Wiggins 2-6 1-2 5, Micheaux 1-2 0-2 2. Reid 0-2 0-0 0, Ehlo 0-0 2-2 2. Totals 44-88 18-27 106. Utah 21 33 18 24- 96 Houston 36 12 29 29—106 Three-point goals— Griffith 2, Green. Fouled out— None. Rebounds— Utah 48 Saturday's Exhibition Linescores By The Associated Press YANKEES 7, RANGERS 4 Texas 300 010 000-4 10 0 New York (AL) 030 022 OOx-7 15 I Rozema. Harris (5). Welsh (7) and Pujols. Yost (7): Niekro, Rigelli (8) and Hassey. W -Niekro. L-Harris. HRs- PGA results PONTE VEDRA, Fla. (AP) - Third- round scores Saturday in Ihe $900,000 Tournament Players Championship on Ihe 6,857-yard, par-72 Players Club at Sowgrass: Hale Irwin 67-72-69—208 Calvin Peele 70-69-69—208 D.A. Weibring 68-68-72-208 GoryHollbe/g 72-71-67—210 Don Halldorson 70-66-72—210 Larry Rinker 68-72-71-211 Greg Twiggs 73-72-67-212 Dan Forsmon 74-69-69—212 Payne Slewarl 73-70-69—212 Jack Nicklous 71-70-71—212 Chris Perry 72-71-70-2)3 Bruce Lietzke 71-7270—213 Bernhard Langer 68-70-75—213 Pat McGowan 70-74-70—214 LonHinkle 71-72-71-214 Joey Sindelar 73-70-71—214 Nick Price 73-69-72—214 Doug lewell 75-67-72-214 Ronnie Block 69-75-71—215 Roger Maltbie 74-71-70—215 Don Pooley 72-72-71-215 Curtis Strange 70-73-72-215 Tom Purtzer 74-69-72-215 Clarence Rose 75-6872—215 Brelt Upper 72-70-73-215 Hal Sullon Bill Rogers Dave Barr Mark Pfeil Ben Crenshaw Richard Zokol Ralph Landrum Danny Edwards Greg Norman Scott Simpson J.C. Snead Lee Trevino Jodie Mudd Ed Fiori Barry Jaeckel Tom Wotson Mark O'Meora Mike Sullivan Mike Reid Bob Gilder Ray Floyd Ken Brown Gibby Gilbert Don Pohl Jim Colbert Howard Twitly Denis Watson Craig Stadler Jack Renner Fuzzy Zoeller Andy North Isao Aoki Jerry Pate Allen Miller Keith Fergus Fred Couples Jim Dcnl Mike Donald 76-69-70—215 73-72-71—216 75-70-71-216 73-72-71-216 72-71-73-216 71-75-70-216 73-73-70-216 - 74-72-70-216 71-71-74—216 73-73-70-216 71-71-74-216 73-73-70-216 71-70-75-216 72-72-73-217 71-73-73-217 71-74-72-217 70-75-72-217 73-69-75-217 72-74-71-217 72-74-71-217 75.71.71—217 75-70-73-218 75-70-73-218 71-73-74-218 71-73-74-218 74-71-73—218 73-69-76-218 73-70-75-218 75-71-72—218 72-74-72-218 72-72-75-219 70-75-74-219 75-70-74-219 71-74-74-219 72-72-75-219 73-72-74—219 7174-74-219 71-71-77-219 Ladies pairings Salina Ladies Golf Pairings SALINA MUNICIPAL The first meeling is scheduled lor B:30 a.m. on Wednesday. April 3. After a coffee and rolls business meeting, an everywhere tournament will be held. The poirings for the evening (light are as follows: Hongstefer, Bolt, Phalen, Pelcschek: Martin, Joggers, A.Nelson, D.Brown; Mullen, Modlin, Razak. M.Fiske; Cole, VanDome, Campbell. B.Anderson; Gerdes, Mick, Birdsong, Goodwin. ELKS COUNTRY CLUB The Elks Ladies will begin their 1985 season Wednesday, April 3 with a nine-hole mixed everywhere tournament. Members meet at 9:30 lor coffee and rolls. Hockey NHL standings By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pis GF GA y-Phldlphia 50 20 7 107 337 239 x-Wshngtn 44 24 9 97 308 231 x-NY Isles 39 33 5 83 336 301 NY Rngrs 24 42 10 58 281 331 Plsbrgh 24 46 5 53 262 360 N.Jersey 22 45 9 53 254 322 Adams Division x-Ouebec 39 27 9 87 310 258 x-Monlreol 38 27 11 87 289 251 x-Bullalo 35 26 14 84 273 223 x-Boston 34 33 9 77 285 273 Hartford 28 39 9 65 262 311 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division x-St. louis 34 30 12 80 277 271 x-Chicago 36 34 6 78 296 289 x-Delroit 26 40 11 63 303 347 x-Minn. 24 40 12 60 252 304 Toronto 20 48 8 46 238 332 Smythe Division y-Edmonton 47 19 10 104 37B 280 x.Winnipeg 42 27 8 92 344 319 x-Colgary 40 27 9 89 345 286 x-L.A. 32 31 13 77 324 311 Vancouver 24 44 8 56 271 386 x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division title Saturday's Games Philadelphia 3, N.Y. Rangers 0 Montreal 7, Boston 3 New Jersey 6, Pittsburgh 4 Buffalo 2, Hartford 1 Quebec 3, St. Louis 1 Washington 4, N.Y. Islanders 3 Detroit 9, Toronlo 3 Minnesota at Los Angeles, (n) Sunday's Games Edmonton at Chicago, 1:35 p.m. Calgary at Winnipeg, 2:35 p.m. Quebec al Buffalo, 6:05 p.m. Montreal al Pittsburgh, 6:35 p.m. Toronlo at N.Y. Rangers, 6:35 p.m. Minnesota at Vancouver, 9:05 p.m. Boxing Golden Gloves LITTLE. ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Results Saturday in the National Golden Gloves amateur boxing tournament with name ond franchise: Finals 106 Pounds Arthur Johnson, SI. Louis, outpointed Brian Lonon, Fort Worth. Texas. 112 Johnny Topia, New Mexico, out- pointed Richard Duron, Los Angeles. 119 Eugene Speed, Woshinglon, D.C., outpointed Lupe Lopez. Rocky Mountain. 125 Kelcie Banks, Jackson, Tenn., oul- poinled Waller Taylor II, Toledo, Ohio. 132 Vincenl Phillips, Hulchinson, Kon;, outpointed Todd Foster, Rocky Mountain. Track Prep results MARYSVILLE INVITATIONAL MARCH 28 BOYS Team Scores Concordio 201. Morysville 104. Effing \ horn 99, Axlell 74, Atchison 65, Nemaha Valley 9. Individual Results High jump — 1. Samuelson, C, 6-4; 2. Chrislensen, C, 6-0: 3. Howk, E, 6-0. Long jump — 1. Boldridge, AT. 203'/.; 2. Balaun. M, 20-2%; 3. Chrislen- sen, C, I9-10'/., Shot put — 1. Knopp, C. 50-8%; 2. Collins, C, 46-11%; 3. Hardawoy, C, 436'/,. Javelin — I. Dick, C, 159-1; 2. Perry, AX, 157-9%; 3. Boyda, M, 146-8 1 /,. Triple jump — 1. Boldridge, AT, 4211%; 2. Nogely. M, 42-4; 3. Balaun, M, 39-9%. Pole vaull — 1. Coppoc, C, 11-6; 2. Reiff, AT, 11-0; 3. Lawrence, M, 11-0. Discus - I. Knopp, C, 151-3; 2. Handke, E, 129-0; 3. Collins, C, 1266'/i. 110 HH - 1. Wrighl, C, 15.64; 2. Hawk. E, 16:09; 3, Christensen, C. 16.70. 3.200 relay — 1. Concordia, 8:36.95; 2. Effingham. 8:49.48; 3. Axtell, 9:04.34, 100—1. Geiber, C, 11.52: 2. Hos- fell, M, 11.56; 3. Wrighl, M, 11.69.C 1.600 — 1. Schmilz, AX, 4:50.17; 2. Burger, AX, 4:51.72; 3. McManomon, AT, 4:58.21. 400 relay — I. Concordia, 45.08; 2. Marysville, 45.65; 3. Alchison, 45.94. 400-1. Hosfelt. M, 51.64; 2. Downing, AT, 52.05; 3, Douglass, C, 52.51. 300 IH - 1. Wright. C, 39.91; 2. Howk. E, 43.99; 3. Perry, AX, 44.76. 800-1. Silkman, C, 2:02.60; 2. Richard, £, 2:06.68; 3. Wrighl, E, 2:09.04. 200—1. Hosfelt, M, 23.44; 2. Geiber, C, 23.45; 3. Koch, AX, 24.16. 3,200 — 1, Koester, C, 10:07.60; 2. Schmitz, AX, 10:26.66; 3. Burger, AX, 10:43.61. 1,600 reloy — 1. Concordia, 3:35.36; 2. Effinghom, 3:43.69: 3. Marysville, 3:50.22. GIRLS Team Scores Marysville 122, Concordia 119. Effing- horn 71, Alchison 64, Nemaha Volley 56, Axtell 56. Individual Results Discus — 1. Chavey, C, 120-5 1 /,; 2. Wohlgemulh, AT, 108-ll'/>; 3. Bower E, 104-0. High jump — 1. Hawk, E, 4-11; 2. Chandler, C, 4-10, 3. Holfhide, C, 4-9. Long jumjp — 1. Rusche, N, 14-10; 2. Roudybush. M. 14-9'/i; 3. Gilkison, E, 14-8. Shot put — I. Chrislensen. C, 36-l'/i; 2. Wohigemuth, AT, 35-0'/i; 3. Gallagher, C, 34-8. 100— 1. Schmilz, AX, 13.47; 2. Brannan, N, 13.54; 3, Downing, AT, 13.68. 1,600 - 1. Appel, M, 6:06.15; 2. Schuette, M, 6:13.18; 3. Uhrmacher, AT, 6:17.22. 400 relay — 1. Concordio, 53.06; 2. Nemaha Valley, 53.24; 3. Atchison, 53.48. ' 400—1. Hoist, C, 1:02.91; 2. Budreau. C, 1:03.21; 3. Bartels, M, 1:06.27. 300 IH - 1. Kossow, M, 50.11; 2. Gilkison, E, 50.74; 3. Kessinger, M, 51.14. 800 — 1. Frozier, M, 2:36.43; 2. Downing. AT, 2:41.40; 3. Baumann, C, 2:45.13. 3,200 relay — I. Concordia, 11:29.96; 2. Axtell, 11:32.60; 3. Eflingham, 11:56.27. 800 relay - 1. Nemaha Valley, 1:51.0: 2. Concordia, 1:51.66; 3. Mary- sviile, 1:54.53. 200—1. Schmilz, AX, 28.12; 2. Brannan, N, 28.18; 3. Roudybush, M, 28.81. 3,200 — 1. Olmsted, M, 13:06.22; 2. Baker, M, 13:10.5; 3. Uhrmacher, AT, 13:49.73. 1.600 reloy — 1. Concordia, 4:17.81; 2. Axtell, 4:26.83; 3. Nemaha Valley, 4:30.76. OSBORNE INVITATIONAL MARCH 28 BOYS Team Scores Phillipsburg 105, Smith Center 95'/i, Riley County 87. Beloit 76, Victoria 73, Naloma 35, Lincoln 21 'A, Osborne IB, Sylvan Grove 15. Individual Results Long jump — 1. Eickholf. N, 19-9 1 /.; 2. Buseman, RC, 19-9'/4; 3. Simoneau, SC, 18-9%. Discus - 1. Shockley, SC, 137-11; 2. Schumacher, V. 136-5; 3. Bosgoll. V 135-6. Javelin — 1. Baker, B, 165-6; 2. Broun, V, 146-6V,; 3. Ulrich, P. 143-2. Pole vault — 1. Stewart, SC, 11-6; 2. Dinkel. V, 11-6; 3. Terry. B, 11-0. Shot put — 1. Schumacher, V, 485%; 2. Portenier, P, 47-2; 3. Orr, SC, 46-1 1 /,. High jump — 1. Buseman, RC, 6-2: 2. Lemon, P, 6-2; 3. Marozos, B, 6-2. 110 HH - 1. Wellbrock, V, 16.21; 2. Johnson, P. 17.15; 3. Anderson, SC 17.77. Two-mile reloy — 1. Riley County. 8:59.76; 2. Smilh Center, 9:15.66; 3. Beloit, 9:29.29. 100 — 1. Steenbock, RC, 11.69 2 Widrig, B, 11.84; 3. Rolhchild, SC 11.90. 1.600 - 1. Jennings. P, 4:41.90; 2. Jensen. SG, 4:51.66; 3. Wonderlich O 4:51.97, 440y relay — 1. Riley County, 45.92; 2. Smilh Cenler. 47.05; 3. Lincoln 47.12. 400-1. Widrig, B, 52.15, 2. lemon, P, 52.19; 3. Ross. L, 53.13. 300 IH - I. Wellbrock. V. 42.54; 2. Johnson, P. 44.04; 3. Ruggels. N, 45.77. 800 - 1. Longham. RC, 2:09.11; 2. Sylvester. RC. 2:09.26; 3. Boeve P 2:09.75. 200—1. Oberhelmon. RC, 23.96- 2 Simoneou. SC, 24.19; 3. Lemon, P, 24.29. 3.200 — 1. Jennings, P, 10:20.71: 2. Larson. RC, 10:45.09; 3. Jenson SG 10:47.38. Mile relay — I. Smith Center 3:41.54. 2. Phillipsburg, 3:41.92; 3. lin- coln, 3:43.74. GIRLS Team Scores Beloit 120. Smith Center 103, Phillipsburg 62. Naloma 58, Osborne 49. Victoria 27. Sylvan Grove 20, Riley County 18, Lincoln 8. Individual Results High jump — 1. Eulert, N, 5-0, 2. Sharp, RC. 4-10; 3. (tie) Terry, B, Klenda. B, 4-8. Shot put — 1. Haresnape, SC, 38-3'/i; 2. McDowell, SC, 36-10; 3. Holling. O 36-2. a long jump — 1. Weber, B, 15-3; 2. Windholz, V, 14-4%; 3. Terry, B 14- 3V.. Discus — 1. Haresnape, SC, 111-6: 2. Holling, O, 106-5; 3. McDowell, SC 101-7. 100 HH — 1. Lively, P, 17.08; 2. Slog- gelt. O, 17.36: 3. Niewald, B, 17.68. 880y reloy — 1. Beloit, 1:56.59; 2. Natoma. 1:56.83; 3. Sylvan Grove, 2:01.85. 100-1. Smilh, SC, 13.54; 2. Tucker, SC, 13.62: 3. Amerine, B, 13.65. 1.600 - 1. Sloggett, O, 5:36.79; 2. Jennings, P, 5:55.16: 3. lumpkin, SC, 5:57.56. 400 reloy — I. Beloit. 55.08; 2. Smith Center, 55.09; 3. Victoria. 56.08. 440y — 1. Amerine, B, 1:03.71; 2. Talkenhorsl, N, 1:05.78; 3. Whittlesey, P, 1:06.69. 300 LH - 1. Lively, P, 49.25; 2. Niewald, B, 52.91; 3. Windholz, V, 53.06. 800-1. Dibble. O, 2:40.31; 2. Klenda, B, 2:41.99; 3. Meitler, SG, 2:44.10. 200-1. Tucker, SC, 28.72; 2. Amerine. B, 28.73; 3. Crawford, N, 29.60. 3,200 — 1. Jennings, P, 13:12.20; 2. Hamilton, RC, 13:19.55; 3. Foote, B, 13:41.80. Mile relay — 1. Beloit, 4:28.44; 2. Smith Center, 4:36.73; 3. Notoma, 4:39.51. College results Bethany Quadrangular Al Undsborg No team scores. Competing teams were Bethany, McPherson, Bethel and Cloud County. MEN 5,000m-run — 1. Wills, By, 16:12.7; 2. Hasenbank, CC; 3. Fuchs, By. Long jump — I. Dyck, By, 21-5; 2. Floyd, Mac; 3. Reno, By. Hammer throw — 1. Van Camp, By, 163-11; 2. Perkins, By; 3. Bergstrom, By- 400m-relay — 1. Bethany, 44.0; 2. Cloud County; 3. McPherson. l,500m-run — I. O'Dowd, By, 4:19.4; 2. Mehl, By; 3. Carglll, CC. llOm-HH — 1. Slraluss, CC, 15.2; 2. Vorderbruegge, By; 3. Fischer, By. Pole vault — 1. Vise, By, 14-6; 2. Smilh, CC; 3. Aune, By, 400m-dash — 1. Smallwood, By, 50.83; 2. James, CC; 3. J.Parker, By. Javelin — 1. Smith, CC, 187-4; 2. Geiman, By; 3. Krob, By. Shot put — 1. Yetter, By, 46-4%; 2. Van Camp, By; 3. S.Parker, By. lOOm-dash — 1. Wells, CC, 10.97; 2. Goiney, By; 3. Tranbarger, Mac. BOOm-run — I. Corgfll, CC, 2:04.6; 2. Friess, By; 3. Luque, By. High jump — I. Dyck, By, 6-4; 2. Dal- loll. By; 3. Bower, By. Discus — 1. Mann, CC, 161-5; 2. Van Camp, By; 3. Bergstrom, By. 400m-IH - 1. Dolloff, By, 56.26; 2. Vorderbruegge, By; 3. Sloecker, By. 200m-dash — 1. Smallwood, By, 22.8; 2. Tranbarger, Mac; 3. Lee, CC. 3,000m-run — 1. Hasenbank, CC, 9:26.4; 2. Wills, By; 3. Fuchs, By. 1.600m-run — 1. Bethany, 3:29.8; 2. Cloud County, 3:32.6. Triple jump — I. Dyck, By, 44-IOV1; 2. Dollolf, By; 3. Losh, CC. WOMEN 3,000m-run — 1. Corah, CC, 11:30.6; 2. Graber, Bl; 3. Schilbauer, CC. Shot put — 1. Cortwrighl, CC, 366%; 2. Dowling. By; 3. Eddy, By. 400m-relay — I. Bethany, 50.69; 2. Cloud County: 3. McPherson. l,500m-run — 1. Masterson, CC, 5:36.3; 2. Ames, CC; 3. Schilbauer, CC. lOOm-hurdles — 1. Hildebrand, By, 15.5; 2. Grlego, By; 3. Howell, Mac. Discus — I. Swain, Mac, 123-1; 2. Brown, CC; 3. Dowling, By. 400m-run — 1. McMillan, CC, 60.84; 2. Dunker, By; 3. Drinkord, CC. High jump — 1. Howell, Mac, 5-5'A; 2. Race, Mac; 3. leal, By. lOOm-dash - 1. Hildebrand. By, 12.58; 2. Collins, Mac; 3. Cook, CC. long jump — I. Withers, By, 16-0; 2. Rose, By; 3. Leal, By. BOOm-run - I. Regler, Bl, 2:29,8; 2, Byarlay, By; 3. Simoneau, CC. 400m-IH — 1. Green, By, 1:12.06; 2. Gudendorl, CC: 3. Withers, By. 200m-dash - I. Hildebrand, By, 28.75; 2. McMillan, CC; 3. Drinker, CC. Javelin - 1. Brown, CC, 100-11; 2.- Nonaelo, By; 3. Dunker, By. l,600m-relay — 1. Cloud County, 4:22.8; 2. Bethany. 4:28.06; 3. McPherson, 4:39.6. Triple jump — 1. Howell, Mac, 32!'/>; 2. Cochran. CC; 3. Rose, By. Bowling All-Star Lanes KING LOUIE ALL-STAR LANES MIXED Monday Mornining Ball League CSS Barber Shop 69% 38'/i Bozos 68% 39V, Bozos 708-1901. Jerry Lambeth 212520. Dorolhy Fouard 186, Ella Schmidt 526. N.A.P.l.C. Singles Inc. 80 % 35% The Wrong Team 78 38 Singles Inc. 695-1927, Dan Foiles 214. Morlene O'Connor 206-530, Mark Luce 567. Saturday Nile Mixed Awesome Foursome 72 44 Express 69 47 You Gollo Be Kiddin 705, Express 1935, Dick Jensen 214, Pal Pauly 207, Tom Humphries 599, Shirley Erickson 516. Merry Mixers Happy Hookers 70 42 Undecided 64 44 Happy Hookers 661-1921, Gene Musfelt 207. Sue Holmes 192, George Gray 526, Gloria Dimit 532. MEN Kegler Gordine Auto Suppfy 52% 34% State Farm Ins. 46 39 Ole Olson 234, Lee Rutz 617. Booster Fireside Inn 50 34 Cable TV 46 38 Del's Alt. 8 Sir. 893-2598. R. J. Trout 288-690. Commercial Moose No. 2 73 43 Philips Lighting 70 46 Moose No. 2 924, Suburban TV 2475, Jell Strifler 249, Don Perry 600. Wednesday Nile Mens HDCP Kenny 8 Son Plbg. 49 38 Gypsum Orl Co. 49 38 McDonalds 861-2530. Ben Windholz 215, Guy Ryan III 582. Thursday Nile Mens HDCP Solina Coffee House 74% 45% Salina Transit 71 49 The Zips 865-2530, Bill long 236-606. MEN Friday Night Mens VFW Post 1432 55% 37% Zurbeks Trans. 55 38 Joint Ellort 940, KLASL 2695, Randy Peterson 233. Alex Christopher 611. WOMEN Tuesday Morning Coffee Johnsons Trucking 70 46 Pinshakers 67 49 Johnsons Trucking 687-1919. Shirley Erickson 205-520. Scorecard Three Friends 84 28 Whirlwinds 76 35% Three Friends 505-1369, Gertie Schakel 169, Juonita Walters 493. Spotters Worta Buick 73 43 United Glass 72% 43% United Glass 808, First Bonk 2349, Pauline Schulte 211-579. Classic All Star Lanes No. 1 54 36 King Louie All Star 52% 37% KY-Country 94 927, All Star Lanes No. 1 2606, Kothy Bernhardt 226-595. Wedenesday Morning Coffee Perfection Homes 72 48 GAB-B 68% 51% GAB-B 695-1949. Ginny Seim 223, Jean Gardner 541. Sunflower All Star Lanes 63 45 Singer 60 48 Crestwood Inc. 706-1941, Dorlene Ingalsbe 214-561. Siesta Castaways 61 35 Culler Gals 65 51 Hedges 716, B.l.'s 1965, Edith Schriner (cub) 237-544. New Thursday Nile Ladies Dai's Fashions 69 43 Salina Travel 67 45 Mistletoe 747-2164, Connie Lulher 192-551. PBA results BALTIMORE (AP) — Here are the results ol the $130,000 Fair lanes Open championship round Saturday, with pintail totals and money won in finals: 1. Wayne Webb, Indianapolis, 196 (1 game), $20.000. 2. Mark Williams, Beaumont, Texas, 540 (3 games), $11,000. 3. Henry Gonzalez, Colorado Springs, Colo., ISO (I gome), $7,500. 4. Bob Handley, Pompano Beach, Fla., 398 (2 games), $6,000. 5. Charlie Topp, S. St. Paul, Minn., 190 (I game), $5,000. Playoff results: Handley del. Tapp, 215-190; Williams del. Handley, 196183; Williams del. Gonzalez, 194-180; and, in the title game, Webb del. Williams. 196-150. Volleyball YWCA leagues Monday League Standings — Hoir X, 25-3, Commeric- al Electric 24-4, McDonald's 20-7, Ben- ninglon Agri 18-9, Omni 14-13, Hancock Spinal 13-14, Carousel 11-15, Wright lorenz 6-21, NBA 3-24, O8O Auto 2-25. All-Stars — Andrea Fiske and Shirley Bruno. Commerical Electric; Sharon 01- tley. Hair X: Christy Huehl, Omni; Chris Pocey. OSO Aulo; Connie Kinchen and Denise Schmidt, Carousel; Patrice lew- renze. Hancock Spinal: Stacey Windhorst and Lori Kling. Wrighl Lorenz; Joyce Gans and Judy McCready, Ben- ninglon Agri. Tuesday League Standings — Knight's Sporting Goods 23-1. Monarch Portrails 16-6; Bennington Stale Bank 17-7, Hedges Neon 15-9, Southern Comfort-House ol Sight & Sound 9-15, LaHacienda 9-15. United Bank 9-15, Triangle Trucking 8-16. Salina Waste Systems 0-24. AH-Slors — Donotta Bockhus ond Tandis Burger, Triangle Trucking; Jill Garretson ond Karma Shaw, Knight's Sporting Goods; Barb Crisl and Mary Kay McCall, Monarch Portraits; Jetla Boss and Maria Reed, LaHacienda; Kelly Plush and Nancy Wedel. United Bank. Wednesday league Standings — Bennington Agri-M&M Auto 19-1. Peterson Plumbing 11-9. Baskin Rabbins 11-9. Salina Guttering 9-11. YWCA 0-20. All-Stars — Margaret Shaver and Danna Augustine, Salino Guttering; Jan Wilson, Baskin Rabbins; Kris Pilcher ond Sue Rice. Bennington Agri- M&M Auto: Peggy Crowl. Peterson Plumbing. Thursday Night Co-ed Standings — Insurer's & Investors 151; Wiley's Stained Glass 14-2; Racquet Shoppe 11-5; Hoir X 10-6; Foley Tractor Company 6-8; Melvin Mobile Homes 88; Kubol 4-12; Triplet! Oil Company I- 15; Drees 1-15. Soccer MISL standings Major Indoor Soccer League By The Associated Press All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pel. GB y-Baltimore 29 12 .707 — y-Chicogo 26 18 .591 4% y-Cleveland 23 20 .535 7 Si. Louis 21 21 .500 8% Minnesota 20 23 .465 10 Pittsburgh 16 26 .381 13% x-Cosmos 11 22 .333 Western Division y-San Diego 33 10 .767 — y-las Vegas 26 13 .667 5 y-Los Angeles 23 20 .535 10 Wichito 19 22 .463 13 Kansas City 18 24 .429 14% Tacoma 14 28 .333 18% Dallas 12 32 .273 31% x-ceased indoor operations y-clinched playoff berth Saturday's Games Cleveland 5, Chicago 4 Wichita 9, las Angeles 3 Las Vegas at San Diego, (n) St. Louis at Tacoma, (n) Sunday's Games Pittsburgh al Kansas City, 3:35 p.m. Baltimore at Las Vegas, 8:05 p.m. Auto Racing Budweiser 200 BRISTOL. Tenn. (AP) - The top 10 finishers in Saturday's Budweiser 200 Late Model Sportsman race, with type of cor, lops completed and winner's average speed in mph: 1. Darrell Waltrip. Chevrolet, 200, 74.372. 2. Rick Mast, Pontioc. 200. 3. Ronnie Silver. Pontioc. 199. 4. Tommy Houston, Oldsmobile. 199, 5. Lorry Pearson, Pontiac, 199. 6. Bosco Lowe. Pontioc, 199. 7. Ronnie Thomas, Pontiac, 196. 6. Jimmy Lawson. Ponliac, 195. 9. Jeff Hensley. Pontioc, 189. 10. Eddie Folk, Pontioc, 187. Etc. Transactions Saturday's Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Waived Todd Cruz, third baseman. CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Traded Randy Niemann, pitcher, to the New Vork Mets in exchange for Ken Reed, pitcher, and Gene Aulry. third baseman. MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Waived Tom Tellmonn, pitcher. National league CHICAGO CUBS-Sent Jon Pearlman, pitcher, lo their minor-league complex for reassignment. Optioned Reggie Patterson, pitcher, to Des Moines ol the American Association, PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Sent Joey Mclaughlin and Ralph Citarella, pitchers, Mike Diaz, catcher, and Rick Schu, infielder, to their minor-league complex for reassignment. COLLEGE WISCONSIN-GREEN SAY-Named Dick Bennett head basketball coach. Fun run AT HERINGTON The 7th annual Kiwanis Club Marathon will be run April 27 storting al 8:30 a.m. There will also be a 10K race ond a two-mile fun run starling shortly after the marathon. There will be seven classes ol men and women with three prizes given away in each class. T-shirts will be given to all runners. Entry fees are $8 fro the marathon, $6 lor the IOK, and $5 for the fun run. For more information, contact the Kiwanis Club, P.O. Box 53, Heringlon, KS 67449, or call Bernard Woosley, race chairman al 913-258-3622. Letters-of-intent COLBY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Jennifer Caines of Colby and Mary Krizek ol Jennings have signed letters- ol-intenl with Colby Community College. Caines signed a letter lo ploy volleyball and basketball lor the Trojans while Krizek signed lor volleyball. The 5-9 Caines was a member ol Colby's 22-2 basketball team which participated in the Class 4A stole tournament in Salina. She averaged 7.5 points and 5.1 rebounds per game. She was also a two-year letlermon in volleyball. Krizek, 5-8, was a three-time All- Western Kansas League selection in volleyball and helped Ihe Coyotes to a 13-7 record this season. Table tennis SALINE COUNTY CLOSED TOURNAMENT Championship Division — I. Clilf Metzger; 2. Jeffery Lobo; 3. Tom Cyre. Class A Division — 1. Dan Cyre; 2. Dario Salvona; 3. Dean Freeman. Class B Division — I. Mark Funk; 2. lorry Loy; 3. Juslin Freeman.

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