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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Monday, April 1,1985 Page 12 Basketball NBA standings Notional Basketball Association By The Associated Press All Times CST : EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB »-Boston 59 15 .797 - x-Philodelpn-io 54 20 .730 5 Washington 37 37 .500 22 New Jersey 37 38 .493 22', New York 24 51 .320 35', Central Division y-Milwoukec 54 21 .720 - x-Dolroit 40 33 .546 13 Chicago 35 40 .467 19 Cleveland 31 43 .419 22', Atlanta 29 45 .392 24', Indiana 20 55 .267 34 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Ji-Denver 48 26 .649 — x-Houston 43 30 .589 4', x-Dallas 41 34 .547 7'., it-San Antonio 38 38 .500 I! Utah 37 39 .4B7 12 Kansas City 30 45 .400 18', Pacific Division y-L.A. Lakers 55 19 .743 Portland 37 38 .493 18V, Phoenix 32 43 .427 23V, Seattle 30 44 .405 25 l.A. Clippers 27 49 .355 29 Golden Slate 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 Kansas City 137. Golden State 121 , Philadelphia 122. Chicago 117 . Houston 106. Utah 96 Milwaukee 106. Atlanta 95 L.A. Clippers 123. Phoenix 114 _ Denver 129. Portland 117 tnl i Sunday's Games • Oetroit 113. Boston 105 Washington 111. Indiana 105 L.A. Lakers 123. Phoenix 98 Son Antonio 126. L.A. Clippers 115 Monday's Games Atlanta at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Houston at Seattle. 9:30 p.m. Tuesday's Games Detroit at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Atlonlo, 6:30 p.m. "Washington at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Boston at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. ; New Jersey at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. l.A. Lakers at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Phoenix. 8:30 p.m. Dallas at Golden Stale. 9:30 p.m. Houston at Portland, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores '" PISTONS 113, CELTICS 105 Boston (10S) Wedmon 12-23 5-7 31. McHole 12-19 5-6 29. Parish 5-13 4-5 14. D.Johnsbn 612 3-3 15. Williams 6-14 1-2 14. Buckner 0-3 0-0 0. Kile 0-1 0-0 0. Clark 0-1 2-2 2 Tplols 41-86 20-25 105. Detroit (113) Tripucko 4-13 1-1 9, Roundfield 5-11 2-3 12, Loimbeer 4-8 0-0 8, Long 9-1744 22, Thomas 9-16 8-8 26. Curelon 3-4 0 ; 0 6. V.Johnson 2-9 2-2 6. Tyler 8-10 48 20. Benson 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 46-93 2126 113. Boston 32 30 23 20-105 Detroit 21 35 28 29—113 Three-point goals—Wedman 2. Williams 1. Fouled out — None. Rebounds—Boston 47 (Parish 14), Detroit 55 (Roundfield 16). Assists—Boston 20 (Williams 8). Detroit 30 (Thomas 15). Total fouls—Boston 24, Detroit 24. Technical—McHale. Boston 000cb Jones. Long, Cureton. A'^22.136. BULLETS III, PACERS 105 Washington (111) Robinson 5-10 2-2 12, Jones 1-3 5-6 7, Mohorn 0-0 2-2 2. Gus Williams 13-34 0-2 26. Molone 8-16 7-8 23, Bollard 7-21 1-2 16. Doye 6-8 5-7 17, McMillen 2-5 44 B. Totals 42-87 26-33 111 Indiana (105) Durrani 4-10 2-2 10. Kellogg 10-18 2-4 22. Stiponovich 7-16 0-0 14, Thomas 7. 15.5-5 19, Fleming 8-14 4-6 20, Edelin 03 2-2 2. Slansbury 1-3 4-4 6. Brown 3-5 2-2 8. Kelser 0-4 2-4 2, Waiters 1-20-1 2. Totals 41-90 23-30 105. Washington 31 27 22 31—111 Indiana 24 32 29 20—105 Three-point goals—Bollard. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Washington 47 (Robinson II). Indiana 61 (Kellogg II). Assists—Washington 25 (Gus Williams 7.)»Jndiona 24 (Thomas 6). Total fouls- Washington 26. Indiana 32. Techni- cols— Washington illegal defense. A-6.771. LAKERS 123, SUNS 98 Phoenix (98) Lucas 1-7 3-4 5, Sanders 8-11 2-2 18. Adorns 13-15 1-1 27, Humphries 4-12 34-H, Macy 3-7 2-2 8. Jones 5-14 1-2 II, Plllman 3-7 2-2 8. Scott 1-3 2-2 4. Foster 2-6 0-0 4, Holton 1-6 0-0 2. Totals 41-88 16-1998. LA. Lakers (123) iRambis 1-3 0-0 2, Worthy 5-8 2-2 12. Abdul-Jabbar 9-14 2-3 20, Johnson 3-8 2-2 8. Scott 8-11 4-4 20, Cooper 3-5 0-0 7, Spriggs 8-11 0-0 16. McAdoo 6-7 0-0 12, McGee 7-10 2-4 16. Kupchok 4-5 0-0 8:"lesler 0-0 0-0 0. Nevilt 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 55-84 12-15 123. Phoenix 26 14 35 23- 98 t.A. Lakers 26 38 30 29-123 Three-point goal—Cooper. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Phoenix 40 (Lucas 7). Los Angeles 42 (Spriggs 9). Assists— Phoenix 29 (Mocy 9). Los Angeles 41 (Johnson 14), Total fouls—Phoenix 11. Los Angeles 18. A-15,922. All-Star results «„ Cooches' All-America Game ' - At Lexington. Ky. WEST 97, EAST 90 East (90) Charles (N.C. Si.) 9-9 1-1 19 Cotledge (S. Alabama) 5-11 1-2 II. Oakley (Va. Union) 4-62-2 10. Adams (Boston Coll.) 5-8 4-4 14. Cozzens (Army) 0-5 00 0. Hurt (Alabama) 1-3 3-4 5. Bottle (Rutgers) 5-91-1 II. Davis (Minnesota) 2-7 2-3 6. McDowell (Florida) 2-5 0-0 4. Hughes (Loyola. III.) 5-12 0-0 10. Totals 38-75 14-1790. West (97) Stevens (Iowa St.) 5-9 2-2 12. Stokes (Iowa) 6-9 0-0 12, Koncak (SMU) 3-5 2-3 8; 1 Jennings (Texas Tech) 1-5 4-4 6, Porter (Wis.-Stevens PI.) 1-3 4-4 6. Has mussen (Oregon) 2-5 0-0 4. Schrempl (Washington) 6-10 4-4 16, Green (Oregon St.] 5-9 2-2 12. Harris (Tulso) 4-8 33 II. Dumars (McNeese St.) 5-8 0-0 10. Tolols 38-71 21-2297. . Holltime-Wesl 53, East 45. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—East 42 (Oakley 8), West 28 (Rasmussen 6). As- WJi-Eost 15 (Oakley 4). West 18 (Dumars, Porter 4). Total fouls—East 21 West 17. A-IO.OOO (esl.|. Standings '- By The Associated Press Exhibition Season All Times CST AMERICAN LEAGUE Toronto Chicago California Detroit New York Baltimore Kansas City Seattle Milwaukee Cleveland Oakland Boston Minnesota W L Pet. 14 7 .667 17 9 .654 II 6 .579 13 10 .565 12 10 .545 II 11 .500 1 1 1 1 .500 1 1 1 1 .500 12 13 .480 10 1 1 .476 9 11 .450 9 12 .429 10 14 .417 10 14 .417 NATIONAL LEAGUE Los Angeles Atlanta flew York Chicago Philadelphia Cincinnati San Diego «an Francisco Houston SI. Louis Monlreal Pittsburgh 13 8 .619 13 10 .565 1 1 9 .550 13 II .542 10 9 526 II 10 .524 II li .500 II II 500 II 14 .440 7 10 412 9 13 .409 4 14 .222 Atlanta 5. Los Angeles 3 Philadelphia 6 Pilliburgh 5 Texas 11. Houston 8 Seattle 9. Cleveland J St. Louis 5 Montreal 3 Chicago White So* 6. Kansas City 5 Toronto 2. Chicago White Sox 2. 13 innings Detroit 7 Minnesota 5 San Diego 4 Milwaukee 3 New York Yankees 8, Boston 6 California 2 Chicago Cubs 1 San Francisco 6 Oakland 4 Monday's Games Pittsburgh vs. New York Mets at St. Petersburg 12 30 p.m. New York Yankees vs. Atlanta at West Polm Beach. 12 30 p.m. Devoir 1 vs. Los Angeles ot Vero Beach 12 30 p.m. Phiodelphio ^s. Chicago White Sox al Sorasota 12 30 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Kansas City at Fort Myers 12.30p.m. Montreal vs Toronto at Duncdin. 12 30 p.m. Boston vs. Baltimore of Miami 12:30 p.m. Minnesota vs. Houston at Kissimmee 12 35 p.m Milwaukee vs Son Diego at Yuma, 2 p.m. Chicago Cubs vs. California at Palm Springs 2 p.m. San Francisco vs Cleveland at Tucson 2 p.m. Oakland vs. Seattle at Tempe, 2 p.m. Florida Southern vs. Detroit at Lakeland, 6:30 p.m. Exhibition results . Sunday's Exhibition Linescores By The Associated Press METS 15. REDS 2 New York (NL) 123202320-1522 0 Cincinnati 000 000 020- 2 7 2 Berenyi. McDowell (4). Orosco (7). Gorman (9) and Hurdle. Reynolds (6); Solo, Buchanan |7). Power (9) ond Bilardello. W —Berenyi. L-Soto. HR.-New York, Hurdle. BRAVES 5. DODGERS 3 Atlanta 014 000 000-5 7 0 Los Angeles 000010020-310 0 McMurlry. Forster (7), Cloy (9) and Benedict; Volenzuelo. Dioj (8) ond Scioscio. Reyes (9). W—McMurtry. L— Volenzuelo'.HRs— Atlanta, Oberklell. Los Angeles. Guerrero. PHILLIES 6. PIRATES 5 Pittsburgh 010 040 000-5 7 2 Philadelphia 123 000 OOx-6 8 1 DeLeon Bielecki (6) and Pena, Foley (8): Gross, Zochry (6), Carman (8), Hudson (9) and Diaz. W- Gross. L—Deleon. HRs—Pittsburgh, Hendrick. Philadelphia. Gross Russell. BLUE JAYS 2. WHITE SOX 2 Toronto 000 010 100 000 0—2 9 0 Chicogo(AL) 000 000 110 000 0—2 12 I Leal, Jackson (6), Clark (8). Musselman (9), Williams (II) and Martinez. Allenson (7): Burns. Reed (7). James (9). Gleoton (II) ond Fisk. Skinner (8). WHITE SOX 6. ROYALS 5 Chicago (ALI 100 010 121—6 15 0 Kansas City 010 100 030-5 6 3 Spillner. Sedar (5), Agosto (6). Fireovid (8), Jones (9) and Hill; Saberho- gen, Jones (7). Huismann (9) ond Sundberg. W—Firevaid. I—Huismonn. HRs—Chicago. Moritz. Ryal. Kansas City. Motley. Orta, Putnam. CARDINALS 5, EXPOS 3 Montreal 021 000 000-3 8 4 St. Louis 103 000 Olx—5 12 1 Breining, Schalzeder (4). Burke (7), Roberge (8) and Nicosia; Kepshire. lah- ti (6). Allen (8) and Porter. W_Kepshire. L-Breining. HR—St. Louis, Clark. MARINERS 9, INDIANS i Seattle 013 200 111—9 13 0 Cleveland 000 120 010—4 12 3 Morgan, Vande Berg (81 and Mercado; Behenna, Creel (2), Romero (4), Siwy (7). Von Ohlen (8). Bailer (9) ond Bando. Willard (5). W—Morgan. I—Behenna. HRs —Seattle, Phelps. Cleveland. Willard. RANGERS 11. ASTROS 8 Texas 042 300 002-11 17 0 Houston 000 510 110— 8 14 I Hooton. Schmidt (6), Stewart (7), BoggsJ9) and Slaughl. Scott (9); Niekro,' Smith (5). Dawley (7). Sambito (8) and Ashby. W-Hooton. L—Niekro. HR—Texas, Slaughl. PADRES 4. BREWERS 3 Milwaukee 200 000 001—3 9 1 Son Diego 001 000 003-4 9 2 Burrts. Cocanower (8), McClure (9) and Schroeder. Simmons (7); Hoyt, Booker (7). Stoddard (9) and Kennedy. W-Stoddard. L-McClure. HR-Son Diego, Templeton. YANKEES 8, RED SOX 6 Boston 000 060 000-6 13 0 New York (AL) 001 060 Olx-8 9 0 Brown, Glynn (5), Trujillo (6). Ojeda (7), Clear (8) and Gedman. Newman (8): Cowley, Armstrong (5), Fisher (6). Bordi (9) ond Wynegor. W—Fisher. L—Glynn. HRs—Boston, Nichols, Evans, Armos. New York. Wynegar, Sample. BRAVES 4, ORIOLES 2 Baltimore 000 200 000—2 6 1 Atlanta 030 000 Olx—4 6 2 Boddicker. Dixon (6) ond Nolan, Dempsey (6): Barker. Dedmon (4). Garher (6), Suiter (8) and Cerone W-Borker. L-Boddicker. TIGERS 7. TWINS 5 Detroit 231 010 000—7 8 1 Minnesota 202 000 001 -5 11 0 Petry. Hernandez (8) and Castillo; Veil, Wordle (3), Filson (6). Lysander (8). Davis (9) ond Laudner. W—Pelry. L-Yelt. HRs-Detroit. Trammell. Minnesota, Hrbek, Gagne. ANGELS 2. CUBS I Chicago (NL) 000 000 001-1 8 0 Colilornio 100 001 OOx—2 6 1 Trout. Fonfenot (7), Smith (8) and Lake; Witt Sanchez (7) ond Boone. W- Will. L-Troul. GIANTS 6, A'S 4 Oakland 000 100 201 -4 8 5 San Francisco 020 030 Olx-6 12 2 Krueger, McCatty (5), Kyles (7) and Tettlelon. Essian (7); Goll, Garrelts (7) and Brenly. .Gwosdz (7). W-Gotl. I- Krueger. College scores Sunday's College Scores By The Associated Press EAST Connecticut 8. Boston Coll. 2 Maine 3-5. Yale 2-11 SOUTH Appalachian St. 11. E. Tennessee St. 2 Citadel 13, Furman 8 East Carolina 11, James Madison 10 Eckerd 8. St. Leo 7 Flo. Atlantic 13. Rollins 4 Florida at Tennessee, ppd. rain Georgia II. Vanderbilt 4 High Point 17. Duke 4 Louisiana St 7-6, Auburn 04 Mississippi 12. Mississippi St. 7 N. Carolina St. 15. N.C.-Wilmington 4 New Orleans 3-3. Lamar 0-1 Nicholls St. II 13. Stephen f. Austin 63 Pembroke St. 7-6. Oakland Coll. 1-4 S.C -Aiken 5' Coastal Carolina 4 SE Louisiana 7-4. NW Louisiana 1-3 South Florida 6. W Kentucky 5 Texas-Arlinglori 3-10, McNeese St. 2 Tulane 12. S. Mississippi 0 Virginia 9, Georgia Tech 4 Wake Forest 7, Guillord 6, 10 innings SOUTHWEST Arkansas 6-15. Texas ASM 4-4 Ark. Little Rock 3-11, Wis-Stevens PI. 0-5 Baylor 41. Rice 30 N. Texas St. 7. Arkansas St. 5 Oklahoma 21 Oklahoma St. 8 Today's schedule MONDAY, APRIL 1 GOLF South at Manhattan Invitational. 1 p.m. SWIMMING Emporia Manhattan. Central and South at South pool, 3:30 p.m. the 5900.000 Tournament Players Championship on the 6.857 yard, par 72 Players Club at Sowgrass: C Peete SI62 000 70-69-69-66-274 D. Weibring 597.200 68-68-72 69 -277 Lorry Rinker 561 200 68-72-71-70—281 G Hollberg 543 200 7271-67-72-282 Hole tiwin 534 200 67-72-69-75-283 D Halldorson S34 200 70-68-72-73-283 1500 Aoki 527 112 70-75-74-65-284 B longer 527 112 68-70-75-71-284 LonHmkle 527.112 71-72-71-70-284 B. lietzke 527 112 71-72-70-71-284 Doug Tewell 522 500 75-67-72-71-285 P. McGowan S20 700 70-74.70-72-286 Craig Stodler, SI6 875 73-70-75-69-287 Sill Rogers S16 875 73-72-71-71-287 D. Forsmon 5)6875 74-69-69-75—287 P. Stewart 516,875 73-70-69-75-287 Jim Dent 512 600 71-74-74-69—288 M. OMearo, $12 600 70-75-72-71-288 J.C Sneod 512.600 71-71-74-72-288 DonPooley SI2 600 72-72-71-73-288 J. NicHaus 512600 71.70-71-76—288 K?n Biown S8 640 75-70-73-71-289 Dow Borr S8640 75-70-71-73-289 Brett Upper SB 640 72-70-73-74—289 Hal Sultan 58.640 76-69-70-74—289 Nick Price S3 640 73-69-72-75-289 Fuzzy Zoeller 56.255 72-74-72-72-290 Howard Twitty. 56 255 74-71-73-72-290 Clarence Rose $6 255 75-68-72-75—290 Ed Fion 56 255 72-72-73-73-290 Roger Moltbie 56.255 74-71-70-75—290 Joey Smdelar S6.255 73-70-71-76—290 David Graham. S4 654 73-71-76-71—291 JimColbcrl. $4.654 71-73-74.73—291 Roy Floyd S4 654 75-71-71-74—291 Bob Gilder $4 654 72-74-71-74-291 Scotl Simpson. 54.654 73-73-70-75-291 BenCrenshow $4.654 72-71-73-75-291 Curtis Strange S4.654 70-73-72-76—271 Mike Nicolette, 53.154 77-69-75-71—292 Mike Bright. 53.154 72-73-75-72-292 Keilh Fergus. $3.154 72-72-75-73-292 Allon Miller, S3.154 71-74-74-73—292 Mike Reid. 53,154 72-74-71-75—292 Jodie Mudd, $3,154 71-70-75-76—292 Mark Pleil. 53.154 73-72-71-76-292 Tom Purlzer, $3.154 74-69-72-77—292 Ronnie Black. 53.154 69 75-71-77-292 G. Archer, $2,199 72-74-75-72—293 Fred Couples. $2.199 73-72-74-74-293 Mike Donald, $2,199 71-71-77-74—293 Richard Zokol. S2.199 71-75-70-77-293 Greg Norman. 52.199 71-71-74-77—293 Greg Twiggs. $2,199 73-72-67-81-293 Gary Koch, 52.007 74-72-76-72—294 Jay Haos. $2,007 73-72-75-74-294 Andy North, 52,007 72-72-75-75—294 Jock Renner, $2.007 75-71-72-76-294 ' Gibby Gilbert, 52.007 75-70-73-76—294 Tom Watson. $2.007 71-74-72-77-294 Lee Trevino, $2.007 73-73-70-78—294 Chris Perry. $2,007 72-71-70-81—294 Barry Joeckel. $1.926 71-73-73-78-295 Phil Blackmar. 51.872 73-73-79-71-296 P. Ooslerhuis. 31,872 71-75-75-75-296 Tom Kile, SI 872 70-75-75-76—296 B. Wadkins. $1.872 69-76-75-76-296 Jerry Pate. $1.872 75-70-74-77-296 A Palmer. SI.791 74-72-75-76—297 Denis Walson, 51,791 73-69-76-79—277 Don Edwards. $1.791 74-72-70-81—297 R. Londrum, $1.791 73-73-70-81—297 E. Clamper! 51,746 74-70-76-78—298 Dan Pohl. $1,728 71-73-74-81—299 Mike Sullivan 5500 73-69-75-WD Seniors results LOS ANGELES (AP) ~ Final scores and money-winnings in the $250,000 Carlo Blanco Seniors Classic at the 6,417-yord par-72 Mountaingate Country Club course: Peter Thomson. 537.500 70-64-73-205 Don January. $24.000 69-68-69—206 Gene littler. S 19.500 74-67-67—208 • Billy Casper. $15,900 71-70-70-211 Paul Homey, $11,425 71-72-69—212 Art Silverstone. $11,425 70-71-71—212 Miller Barber, $8.450 73-74-67-214 Jim Ferree, $8,450 69-70-75-214 Art Wall. $6.566 75-73-68—216 Lee Elder, 56.566 72-73-71—216 Ken Still. 56,566 74-70-72—216 Billy Maxwell, 55,250 78-72-67-2)7 Jimmy Powell, $5,250 75-73-69—217 Howie Johnson. 55,250 73-71-73—217 Charles Owens, 54,550 69-73-76—218 Harold Henning, $4,050 76-69-74-219 Doug Sanders, $4,050 71-72-76—219 Charles Silford. S4.050 78-72-69—219 John Kolinko, 53,600 74-74-72—220 Al Balding, $3,300 77-72-72-221 John Allen, $3,300 74-73-74—221 Mike Fetchick. $2,700 77-75-70—222 Fred Haas, S2.700 72-74-77—222 Gordon Jones. 52,700 77-72-73-222 Doug Ford. $2.700 ' 75-75-72—222 Hockey NHL standings By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pis OF GA y-Phldlpha 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 25 42 10 60 288 336 Plsbrgh 24 47 5 53 264 364 N.Jersey 22 45 9 53 254 322 Adams Division x-Monlreol 39 27 II 89 293 253 x-Ouebec 39 28 9 87 311 261 x-Buflolo 36 26 14 86 276 224 x-Boston 34 33 9 77 285 273 Hartford 28 39 9 65 262 311 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division x-51. louis 34 30 12 80 277 271 x-Chicago 36 35 6 78 299 296 x-Detroit 26 40 11 63 303 347 x-Mnnslo 24 41 12 60 254 307 Toronto 20 49 B 48 243 339 Smythe Division y-Edmonton48 19 10 106 385 283 x-Winnipeg 42 27 9 93 348 323 x Calgary 40 27 10 90 349 290 x-L.A. 33 31 13 79 327 313 Vancouver 24 44 8 56 271 386 x-clinched playoff berth y-cllnched division title Sunday's Games Edmonton 7, Chicago 3 Calgary 4. Winnipeg 4. lie Buffalo 3. Quebec 1 Monlreal 4. Pittsburgh 2 N.Y. Rangers 7. Toronto 5 Minnesota at Vancouver, (n) Monday's Games No gomes scheduled NCAA results NCAA Division I Hockey By The Associated Press Al Detroit Championship DPI 2. Providence 1 Third Place Minnesoto-Duluth 7, Boston Colleae 6. OT Boxing Fight schedule This Week's Fights By The Associated Press Wednesday At London, Herat Graham, Britain, vs. Jimmy Price, Britain. 12, for vacant British middleweight title. Friday Al Atlantic Cily. N.J., Resorts Inter- notional. Roberto Mendez. Philadelphia, vs. Troy Worlhalm. Hartford, Conn . 10. welters. Saturday At Atlantic Cily. Bally's. Harry Arroyo' Younqstown, Ohio. vs. jimmy Paul. Detroit. 15, far Arroyo's IBF lightweight title. At San Angela. Texas, Mark Breland, New York. vs. Steve Little, Reading, Pa.. 4. wallers: Meldriek Toylor, Phllo- delphia, vs. Victor Flares, Philadelphia, 6. lights. Golden Gloves LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (AP) - Results Saturday in the National Golden Gloves amateur boxing tournament with name and franchise: Finals 106 Pounds Arthur Johnson, St, Louis, outpointed Brian Lonon. Fort Worth. Texas. 112 Johnny Tapio. New Mexico, out- pointed Richard Duron. Los Angeles. 119 Eugene Speed. Washington, D.C., outpointed Lupe Lopez, Rocky Mountain. 125 Kelcie Banks. Jackson, Tenn., out- pointed Walter Toylor II, Toledo, Ohio. 132 Vincent Phillips, Hutchinson, Kan., outpointed Toda Foster, Rocky Mountain. 139 Robert Guy. Fort Worth, Texas, out- pointed Victor Levine, Indiana. 147 Anthony Stephens, Lafayette, La., outpointed Roy Richie. St. Louis. 156 Mylon Watkins, Las Vegas, Nev., outpointed Tim Littles, Grand Rapids, Mich. . . 165 Williams Guthrle, St. Louis, out- pointed Joe Lipsey Jr., Springfield, III. 176 Donald Stephens, Fort Worth, Texas, outpointed Riddick Bowe, New York. 201 Jerry Gofl. Jackson, Tenn., out- pointed Jonathan Littles, Grand Rapids, Mich. Super Heavyweight James Prilchard, Louisville, Ky. out- pointed Kevin Ford, Los Angeles. Football USFL standings United States Football League By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pel. PF PA Brmnghm 5 1 0 .833 161 118 Tmpc. Bay 4 2 0 .667 169 136 Memphis 3 3 0 .500 123 129 N.Jersey 3 3 0 .500 141 156 Baltimore 2 3 1 .417 109 90 Jcksnvlle 2 4 0 .333 141 177 Orlando 0 6 0 .000 92 175 WESTERN CONFERENCE Houston 5 1 0 .833 203 132 Oakland 4 1 1 .750 158 130 Arizona 4 2 0 .667 135 93 Denver 42 0 .667 133 126 Portland 2 3 0 .400 81 92 S.Antnio 1 4 0 .200 46 119 L.A. 1 5 0 .167 124 147 Saturday's Gomes Birmingham 25, Jacksonville 18 Arizona 31, New Jersey 13 Sunday's Games Baltimore 27, Houston 14 Denver 21, Orlando 17 Oakland 30, Los Angeles 6 Monday's Game San Antonio al Portland, 8 p.m. Soccer MISL standings Major Indoor Soccer League By The Associated Presi All Times CST Eastern Division W I Pet. GB y-Boltlmore 29 13 .690 — y-Chicago 26 18 .591 4 /•Cleveland 23 20 .535 6V, St. Louis 21 22 .488 B 1 /, Minnesota 20 23 .465 9'/i Pittsburgh 16 27 ,372 13 1 /, x-Cosmos 11 22 .333 •Western Division y-San Diego 33 11 .750 — y-Las Vegas 28 13 .683 3'/i y-Los Angeles 23 20 .535 9 1 /, Wichita 19 22 .463 12% Kansas City 19 24 .442 13'/i Tacoma IS 28 .349 17'/i Dallas 12 32 .273 21 x-ceased indoor operations y-clinched playoff berth Sunday's Games Kansas City 4, Pittsburgh 3, OT Los Vegas 5, Baltimore 3 . Monday's Gomes No games scheduled Tuesday's Game Las Vegas at Wichita, 7:35 p.m. Wrestling Kids results Konias Kids Slate Tournament At Topeka Salina Kidt Wrestling Results 8-under 40-pounds — 5. Mike Bonilla; 6. Bo Moynes. 52 — 1. Scott Squires. 55 — 1. Eric Warkentlne; 1. Harry Kohter, 58 — 1. Jason Warkentine. 61 — 3. Shannon Gettman. 64 - 2. Brett Loder; 4. Joey Johnson. 70 — 2. Charles Dodge. 10-under 50-3. Matthew Koans. 55 - 5. Josh Shirack. 60 — 5. Bobby Carver. 65—1. Temoer Terry, 70 — 1. Jerry Simmons. 75 — 2. Corey Dukelow. 12-under 60 - 6. Wade Bullard. 65 — 4. Eric Case. 110-2. Kelly Craig; 4. Ryan Jllka. 14-under 75—1. Doug Neuschafer. 130-1. Kelly Mead. 135 — 5. Shannon Elam. 16-under 120-1. West Harding. 135- 1. Chris Brady. 155-1. Shawn Copeland. Etc. Transactions Sunday's Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Placed Lee Lacy, outfielder, on the 21 -day disabled list. CLEVELAND INDIANS-Senl Junior Noboa, second baseman, Jim Wilson, first baseman, Dwighl Taylor, outfielder, and Jeff Barkley and Roy Smith, pitchers, to Maine of the International League. Sent Jerry Reed, pitcher, to their minor league complex lor reassignment. Released Steve Forr, pitcher. Golf Sunday's Gomes "•^New York Mets 15, Cincinnati 2 'Atlanta 4 Baltimore 2 PGA results PONH VEDRA fla IAP| Fmnl SCOKV, and mom-/ winnings Sunday in Talented Central golf team opens season at Manhattan By STEPHEN WHITE Sports Writer With a little cooperation from Mother Nature, the Salina Central Mustangs will crack the ice off their drivers and swing into their 1985 boys' golf season today at the Manhattan Invitational. Salina South, which opened its season two weeks ago with a fifth- place finish at the Abilene Invitational, will accompany the Mustangs in competition today, as both Salina schools prepare for the busy portions of their schedules. Central, which fell a single stroke shy of third place in the Class 5A state meet a year ago, returns four letter-men from 1984. Heading that group of veterans are seniors Daran Neuschafer and Tom Hemmer. Neuschafer, after placing ninth at regional, missed a top-ten finish by one stroke at state last year while Hemmer was the third-place medal- ist in the 1-70 League meet, won by the Mustangs. "Both of those boys have an awful lot of experience, and they have some talent," Central coach Chris Crank said. "They'll do well for us this year. " Central's other lettermen are Brian Tickel, who had an outstanding freshman season last year, and senior Steve Johnson. "We have a good squad, four good golfers," Crank said. "My concern is depth." Central's depth is likely to come from a corps of six more sophomores — the most promising being Karl Nitz — and seniors Eric Justice and Brian Svoboda. "I feel we can always field a competitive team here," said Crank, whose Mustangs will try to defend their 1-70 League title next month before trying to earn a berth in the state tournament, which will be at the Salina Municipal Golf Course. "I think the whole trick is to get to state," Crank said. "If we get to state, it's on our home course and I think we'll have an excellent chance to medal. The trick is to get there." South coach Dean Kindlesparger isn't looking ahead to any state tournaments, but he does believe the Cougars are improved this spring. "This is the first year we've had this many practice sessions since I can remember," he said, recalling the uncustomary good spring weather Salina experienced before last weekend. "All of this practice has done nothing but good for us. "As far as the 1-70 goes, we're going to be competitive. We're not competitive enough to take on the schools like Manhattan and Central, but we're better." Heading the list of Cougar lettermen are senior Corey McKee, South's low-average tournament golfer last year, and junior Brad McCausland, South's top performer in the Abilene Invitational. "And we have, I'm sure, the best freshman in town — Jason Goertzen," Kindlesparger added. Matt Wilson and Eric Homolka add senior leadership and Paul Rudin, a senior transfer student, has shown promise in his first season of golf, according to Kindlesparger. Central-South schedules APRIL I) — Junction City Inv., 1 p.m.; 15 — SAUNA CENTRAL INV., 1 p.m.; 17 — Great Bend Inv., 1 p.m.; 26 — Hutchlnson Inv. (Carey Park), 8 a.m.. MAV 2 — 1-70 League Tournament at Junction City, 1 p.m.: 6 — Regional Tournament, TBA; 13 — CLASS 5A STATE TOURNAMENT, SALINA. Central roster SENIORS (5) Tom Hemmer, Steve Johnson, Eric'Justice, Daran Neuschafer, Brian Svoboda. SOPHOMORES (7) Jason Crank, Mike Hindman, Karl Nitz, Denny Richter, Scott Ryan, Brian Tickel, Marty Weber. FRESHMAN (I) David Dunlap. South roster SENIORS (4) Eric Homolka, Corey McKee, Paul Rudln, Moll Wilson. JUNIORS (4) Jeff Dally, Joel Grimmett, Brad McCausland, Steve Weis. SOPHOMORES (2) Doug Baxter, Ryan Deckert, FRESHMAN (1) Jason Goertzen. Pistons stop Celtics, 113-105 By The Associated Press Detroit Pistons guard Isiah Thomas didn't see much difference in the way the Boston Celtics played without forward Larry Bird. The ailing Bird "opens it up, and so does (replacement forward Scott) Wedman," said Thomas, who scored 26 points and dished out 15 assists Sunday afternoon as the Pistons clowned the Celtics 113-105 in National Basketball Association action. "It's not like you can lay off Wedman and let him shoot." Neither Bird nor starting guard Danny Ainge suited up for Boston. Bird has bursitis in his right elbow, and Ainge is suffering from back spasms. But the 6-foot-7 Wedman indeed responded to the Celtics' call with a game-high 31 points, including two 3-point field goals. The two long shots gave him an NBA-record 11 straight 3-pointers. The previous high, 10 straight, was held by Trent Tucker of the New York Knicks. Wedman said he thought he'd missed his first 3-point attempt and King to have knee surgery today NEW YORK (AP) - Bernard King, the National Basketball Association's leading scorer with a 32.9-point average, will undergo surgery on his right knee today at Lenox Hill hospital, the New York Knicks said Sunday. Knicks spokesman John Cirillo said team doctor Norman Scott, will perform the surgery to repair a torn ligament and cartilage. Cirillo said King made the decision to undergo the surgery after determining that non-surgical measures would not sufficiently heal the joint. He still faces extensive rehabilitation of the knee before next season. King suffered the injury on March 23 late in a game at Kansas City. really wasn't worried about the record, anyway. "I wish I had a win today," he said. "That would mean more to me than the record, although I guess it's nice to be a trivia question someday." The game began on a physical note when Celtics' forward Kevin McHale shoved Pistons' guard John Long. Technical fouls were called on both players, and Celtics' coach K.C. Jones and Pistons' coach Chuck Daly exchanged words. Jones was ejected from the game in the third quarter when he drew two technical fouls while protesting Ten Salina Kids wrestlers claim first place at state tournament TOPEKA — Ten members of the Salina Kids Wrestling team captured first-place finishes Sunday in the Kansas Kids State Wrestling Tournament at Washburn's Lee Arena. Southeast of Saline High School star West Harding was among three winners in the 16- under division as the Trojan sophomore captured the 120- pound class. Shawn Copeland won the 155-pound class and Chris Brady was the winner in the 135-pound class. In the 14-under division, Doug Neuschafer won the 75-pound class while Kelly Mead claimed the 130-pound class. The Salina team claimed a pair of first-place finishes in the 10-under division as Temoer Terry won the 65-pound class and Jerry Simmons captured the 70- pound class. Salina also had three winners in the 8-under division. Scott Squires claimed the 52-pound class, Eric Warkentine won the 55-pound class and Jason Warkentine captured the 58-pound class. . Complete results of the Salina team are in today's Scoreboard section. a call against Wedman. The victory represented the second time this season that Detroit has snapped a 10-game Boston winning streak. McHale, who scored a team-record 56 points March 3 in a home game against Detroit, scored 29 points Sunday for Boston. • BULLETS 111, PACERS 105 At Indianapolis, Gus Williams scored a game-high 26 points and Jeff Malone added 23, including the go-ahead basket with 2:05 remaining, as the Washington Bullets handed the Indiana Pacers their 10th consecutive defeat. Behind Williams and Malone in scoring for Washington was Day, who came off the bench to contribute 17 points. Greg Ballard had 16, and Robertson added 12. Indiana was led in scoring by Clark Kellogg with 22 points. Vern Fleming added 20 for the Pacers, only four in the second half. Jimmy Thomas had 19, and Stipanovich 14. 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