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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Tuesday, April 2,1985 Page 12 Basketball MBA All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W I Pet. -GB .Boston 59 15 7">7 - .Philodphio 54 JO .730 Washington 37 37 500 Ne« Jersey 37 38 493 Ne» fork 24 51 .320 Cenlrol Division ,. Milwaukee 54 21 .720 >Delroil 40 34 .541 Chicago 35 40 467 Cleveland 31 43 .419 Atlanta 30 45 .400 Indiana 20 55 .267 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division (Denver ' 48 26 .649 t Houston 43 X (•Dallas 41 34 * -Son Antonio 38 38 Utoh 37 39 Kansas City 30 45 Pacific Division 5 25 22' 35 1983-N Carolina St. 54 Houston 52 1984- Georgetown 84 Houston 75 1985-Villonova 66 Georgetown 64 Baseball Collage poll TUCSON Aril. (AP) - The top 20 collegiate baseball teams as compiled by Collegiate Baseball magazine, with records through Sunday. March 31 ond total points. Today's schedule .589 .547 500 .487 .400 .743 .493 427 .405 355 .267 <') 7', 11 12 13'. ^. 18', 23', 25 29 35', VlA. lakers 55 19 Portlond 37 38 Phoeni« 32 43 Seattle 30 44 • I.A. Clippers 27 49 polden State 20 55 , x-clinched playoff berth y ctincfted division tille Monday's Games Atlanta 114 Detroit 110 ', Houston at Seattle (n) i Tuesday's Gomes * Detroit ol Indiana 6.30 p.m. ' Philadelphia at Atlanta 6:30 p.m. Washington ol Cleveland. 6:30 p.m. i Boston at Milwaukee. 7:30 p.m. < New Jersey at Chicago 7:30 p.m. « I.A lakers at Denver. 8:30 p.m. ' Seattle ol Phoenix. 8:30 p.m. ( Dallas at Golden State. 9:30 p.m. Houston at Portland. 9:30 p.m. MBA boxscores HAWKS 114. PISTONS 100 Atlanta (114) - levingslon 5-12 2-5 12. Wilkins 12-21 3-5 27, Rollins 3-6 0-0 6. E.Johnson 6-17 6-7 18. Rivers 9-16 3-4 22. Glenn 2-4 0-0 4 Willis 5-9 1-2 II. Brown 0-2 0-0 0. Carr 4-7 0-0 8 Hastings 3-5 0-0 6. Totals 49-99 15-23 114. • Detroit (100) Tripucka 8-14 4-4 20. Roundlield 6-10 rf-2 13, loimbeer 3-9 0-0 7. long 4-8 2-2 10. Thomas 4-12 9-9 17, Curelon 2-5 0-0 '4, V.Johnson 7-14 0-0 14, Benson 1-412 3. Tyler 2-6 2-2 6, Jones 1-3 0-0 2. Steppe 0-2 2-2 2. Campbell 1-2 0-0 2,To•lots 39-89 21-23 100. Atlanta 25263528—114 Detroit 28 29 21 22-100 Three-point goals—Rivers, Laimbeer. Fouled out -None. Rebounds—Allanlo 58 {Levingslon 13) Delroit 52 (laim- Veer, Curoton 9). Assists—Atlanta 23 (E.Johnson 9), Delroil 20 (Thomas II), Toial lauls-Allanta 22, Detroit 17, A— 'H.3°6. : Tournament THE FINAL FOUR ,, At Lexington, Ky. ,, SemHInots > • Soturdoy, March 30 •' Villanova 52, Memphis St. 45 Georgetown 77, Si. John's 59 Championship ., Monday, April I 11 Villanova 66, Georgetown 64 All-Tournament ' | Final Four All-Tournoment Team x-Ed Pinckney. Villanovo Dwayne McClain, Villanova Harold Jensen, Villanova Gary Mclain, Villanova j | Patrick Ewing, Georgetown . x-MosI Valuable Player National champs n Results ol college basketball's no• lional championship games: 1939-Oregon 46, Ohio SI. 33 1940—Indiana 60, Kansas 42 ,, 1941—Wisconsin 39, Washington SI. i 04 ' 1942-Slanlord 53, Dartmouth 38 1943—Wyoming 46, Georgetown 34 1944—Utah 42, Dartmouth 40, OT ,. 1945-Oklohomo ASM 49, New York .0.45 ' | 1946—Oklahoma ASM 43. N.Corolina 40 1947-Holy Cross 58, Oklahoma 47 , 1948-Kenlucky 58, Baylor 42 i 1949—Kentucky 46, Oklahoma St. 36 i 1950-CCNY 71, Bradley 68 ' 1951-Kentucky 68. Kansas SI. 58 1952—Kansas 80, SI. John's 63 1953—Indiana 69, Kansas 68 l954-laSalle92, Bradley 76 ' 1955—Son Francisco 77, loSalle 63 '' 1956-San Francisco 83, Iowa 71 1957-Norlh Carolina 54, Kansas S3, 30T 1958 -Kentucky 64, Seattle 72 1959-Colilornio 7), W.Virginia 70 '1960-Ohio St. 75. California 55 1961—Cincinnati 70, Ohio St. 65, OT 1962—Cincinnati 71, Ohio St. 59 1963—Loyola, III. 60. Cincinnati 58. " I964-UCIA 98, Duke 83 1965-UCLA 91. Michigan 80 1966-Texas Weslern 72. Kentucky 65 1967-UCLA79. Daylon 64 !, 1968-UCLA 78. N.Corolino 55 . '1969-UCLA 92, Purdue 72 I970-UCIA 80, Jacksonville 69 1971—UCLA 68. Villonava 62 1972-UCIA8I. Florida St. 76 1973-UCLA 87, Memphis St. 66 1974-N.Corolina St. 76. Marquelte 64 • 1975-UCLA 92. Kentucky 85 '"J976-lndiona 86. Michigan 68 (977—Morquelte 67, N.Corolino 59 1978-Kenlucky 94, Duke 88 1979-Michigan Si. 75. Indiana St. 64 1980-Louisville 59. UCLA 54 1981 -Indiana 63. N.Carolina 50 , 1982—N.Carolina 63. Georgetown 62 1. Miami Flo. 2. Oklahoma 3. Stanford 4. Mississippi St. 5. Arkansas 6. Wichita St. 7. Michigan 8. Oklahoma Stole V. Pepperdme 10. Texas 11 ISU 12. California 13. Houston 14. Oral Roberts 15. Florida 16. Indiana State 17. Memphis State 18. Oregon Stale 19. San Diego State 20. South Carolina Record 36-7 23-2 22-7 V2-5 24-7 35-5 14-0 21-7-1 25-7-1 34-7 21-5 27-10 27-4 24-7 26-8 21-10 19-4 13-3 493 492 490 487 466 484 479 475 473 470 469 466 464 460 459 455 453 450 30-13-1 448 22-7 445 College linescores First Gome KANSAS 9, IOWA ST. 2 Iowa Slate 000 000 Oil - 2 81 Kansas 103 400 I0x - 9 12 0 Iowa Stale. Evers, Day (4). Kuehn (7) ond Wedvick. Kansas Buizard and Thomson. WP-Buzzard (3-2). Evers (221. HRs-Konsas. Glenn. C. Christie, D. Christie. Second Game IOWA ST. 9, KANSAS 1 Iowa Stole Oil 110 5 - 9 10 0 Konsos 001 000 0 - 1 33 Iowa Stale Hauser. Huffman (5) and Kickbush. Kansas. Steiner, Heeney (S). Ouinn (7) ond Thomson. WP—Hauser (201 IP-Steiner (2-2|. HRs—Iowa Stole. Eskofl. Corbtn and Ingram. first Game NEBRASKA 6, KANSAS ST. 3 Nebraska 200 030 100-6 7 2 Konsos St. 000 200 010-3 9 2 Nebraska. Webb. Davis (8) and McGuire. Konsos Slate. Smith ond Buompensiero, Moore (9). W—Webb (4.l| t- Smith (4-3). HR-Nebrosko, Beattie (51. Second Game NEBRASKA 10, KANSAS ST. 6 Nebraska 302 100 004-10 11 2 Konsos St. 500 000 100- 6102 Nebraska. Mays. Lepley (I), McGuire (7) and McGuire. Kisler (7). Kansas Slate, Coresio. Bramloge (5) and Moore. Buompensiero (7). W—McGuire (2-1) I- Bramlo.ge (4-2). HR-Nebrasko, King (5). Konsos State. Pridey (2). Standings Exhibition standing* AMERICAN LEAGUE Toronto Chicago Detroit California New York Seattle Milwaukee Baltimore Kansas City Cleveland Texas Minnesota Ooklond \ Boston W L 15 7 I/ 10 14 10 11 9, 12 11 12 11 13 13 II II 11 12 10 12 9 11 11 14 9 13 10 14 Pet. .682 .630 .583 .550 .522 .522 .500 .500 .478 .455 .450 .440 ,409 .417 NATIONAL LEAGUE Las Angeles Atlanta New York Chicago Philadelphia Cincinnati San Francisco San Diego Houston Si. Louis Montreal Pillsburgh NOTE: Split-squad 13 9 14 10 12 9 14 11 11 9 12 10 12 II 11 12 II 15 7 10 9 14 4 15 .591 .583 .571 .560 .550 .545 .522 .478 .423 .412 .391 .211 games count in standings, ties do not Monday's Game New York Meli 4. Pillsburgh 0 Atlanta 9, New York Yankees I Detroit 8, Los Angeles 6 Philadelphia 3, Chicago White Sox 2 Cincinnati 6. Kansas City 5 Toronto 5, Montreal 4, 10 innings Minnesota 4, Houston 2 Milwaukee 6. San Diego 3 Chicago Cubs 7, California 6 San Francisco 14, Cleveland 4 Ooklond 6, Seattle 5 Boston vs. Baltimore at Miami, (n) Florida Southern vs. Detroit at lake- land, (n) Track Prep results ATWOOD INVITATIONAL BOYS Team Scores Colby 156. Goodland 116, Scott City 108',. Atwood 49, Oberlin 49. Hoxie 30'>, Oakley 13. Individual Results Javelin - I. Leitner. A, 166-2; 2. Eldred. G, 152-0: 3. Burgess. S. 147-11. Long jump — I, Mclnlosh, G, 18-3%; 2. Kronnawitter. H, 18-1: 3. Frickey. 0, I7-II 1 /.. Shot pul - I. Work, C, 49-9: 2. Winder, 0, 42-5 1 /,; 3. Hulchins. S. 419'.. Discus - I. Work, C, ISO-OVi: 2. Grillilh. S 132-8%; 3. DeloRoso, G, 131-9. High jump — I. Sunderman, C, 6-0; 2. Moore. A, 6-0; 3. Molletl, G, 5-10. Pole vault - 1. leitner. A. 12-1; 2. Wriqht. H, 10-0: 3. Wilson, G, 9-6. TUESDAY. APRIl 2 BASEBALL Konsos Wesleyon ol Konsos Newman, 1 p.m. GOIF Sacr«d Hsari ot Ellsworth Invitational. 1 p.m. Morvmount Invitotionol ot Elks C.C., 12:30 p.m. ' TENNIS Salina South ot Buhler Invifotionol, 1 p.m. TRACK AND FIELD Morymount at Barton County Invitotionol Sacred Heart at Southeast of Saline Inv.. 1 p.m. Early track marks excellent - 1. Eikenberry. S. 15.18: 2. 0. 15.19: 3 Rotslall. S. 120y HH Beikeimer 16.40. 100m - I. Woolter. C, 10.9: 2. Eikenberry S 11.2: 3. Winderlin. S. 11.3. Two-mile relay - I. Colby. 9:13.6: 2. Oberlin 9:17.5: 3. Atwood. 9:33.2. Mile - I. Oelke C. 4:41.8: 2. Cot- 1m C 4:42.9 3. leoverton. G. 4:48.7. 440y relay - I. Scott City. 46.3: 2. Hie) Alwaod and Goodland. 47.6. 440y - I. Lucas. S. 53.9: 2. Moflett. G 54.8 3. Mclaughlin. C, 55.9. 300m IH -. I. Squibb. C. 43.9: 2. Oickerson. G. 44.1: 3. Ratzloft. S. 44.5. 880y - I. Oelke. C. 2:06.2: 2. Got- fin C 2.07.8: 3. leoverton. G. 2-.09.2. 200m - I. Woolter. C. 22.4: 2. Lucas S. 22.8 3. Eikenberry. S. 23.0. Two-mile 1. Bourquin. C, 10:46.4: 2. DeloRosa G 11:31.4: 3. Geschwent- ,ner C. II 33.9. Mile relay - 1. Colby. 3:44.6: 2. Goodland 3 47.1: 3. Alwood, 3:49.1. GIRLS Team Scores Scoll City 115. Colby 98. Goodlond 65. Oberl/n 47. Ho*ie 42. Alwood 32. OoWey3l. Individual Results Shot pul - 1. Ziegler. H, 36-1V.; 2. Boholl. 0. 32-11V.: 3. Dryer. S. 31-10. High jump — 1. Chambers. C, 5-2: 1. O'Toole. O. 5-2: 3. Fouser. S, 4-8. long jump - 1. Roulier. C. 15-1'/,; 2. Schomberger, H. 14-4",: 3. Unger. O. 13.7',. Discus - I. Dryer. S. 126-OV,: 2. Ziegler. H. 118-1; 3. Burgess. S. 104-9. 100m LH - I. Walcher, S, 16.6: 2. Volopka. O. 16.8: 3. Harder. G. 17.8. 100m - I. Poore. S, 13.1. 2. Wondle. S. 13.5: 3. Schlogeck. H. 13.8. S80y relay — I. Scolt City. 1:56.0: 2. Goodland. 1.56.0: 3. Colby. 1:58.0. Mile - 1. Schmidt. C. 5:51.4; 2, Anderson. O. 5:54.8. 3. Mclntyre, A. 5:55.1. 440y relay - I. Oberlin. 55.69; 2. Goodland. 56.13: 3. Scott City. 56.43. 440y - I. Roberton. C. 1:02.7: 2. Poore. S. 1,02.9; 3. Nemechek, G. 1:04.7. 300m LH - 1. Walcher. S, 50.5; 2. Schlageck. H 52.3: 3. Russell. 0, 53.6. 880y - I. Ibbetson. C. 2:42.3: 2. Poore. S. 2:43.3; 3. Ramsey. S, 2:43.9. 200m - I. Roberton. C. 27.4: 2. Bergin. G. 28.1 3. Wondle, S, 28.3. , Two-mile - I. Schmidt. C, 13:05.7; 2. Mclntyre. A, 13:07.5: 3. Anderson, O. 13:07.55. Mile relay - I. Colby. 4:28.5; 2. Goodland. 4:34.1; 3. Scott City, 4:48.7. 4 17.20.. Emporij 93. Solino South 79 • 200 Iree'iyle _ I. Henry ISS) 2:28.0, 2 Heese (El 2.30.67 3. Canada (SS) 2.32.46. 50-lreeslyle — 1. Anderson E; 28.11 2 Montgomery iSSi 28.60 3. Calhoun !Ei 28.61. 100-butterlly - 1. Kien (SS; 1:07.56: 2. lindemon (SSj 1:16.23 3. Busey IE! 1:18.60. 500-lreestyle - I. Busey !£j 6.14.37. 2. Henry (SS) 6:46.75. 3. Gill IE', 6:59.83. 100-breasisiroke — 1. Colhoun IE). I 19.33 2. Hollhines 155)1:27.55 3 Drevets(SS) 1:28.01. 200-medley relay — 2. Solino South (Kieri Orevets. lindeman, Montgomery] 2:12.02. 200-yard I.M. - 1. Pool <E|. 222.412. Kieri (SSI. 2:30.35: 3. lindeman (SS) 2:50.46. Diving - 1. C. Eyler (55). 157.45. 2. Mynalte ISS). 155.60: 3. Hassell (E). 110.45. 100-lreestyle - 1. Poo) (E). 58.41: 2. Montgomery (SS). 1:04.71: 3. Heese IE] 1:06.24. 100-bockstroke - 1. Garcia IE). 1:17.99. 2. Chapman (E). 1:19.66: 3. Hulse(SS). I-.2UI. 400-lrefstyle relay - I. Salina South (Chapman. Heese Mingenback. Anderson). 1.23.72. Manhattan 110, Salina South 62 200-lreestyle - I. Hollner (M). 2.16.70. 2. Henry (SS). 2:28.00; 3. Smallwood (M) 2:29.34. 50-freeslyle - I. Oehme (M|. 26.51. 2. Montgomery (SS). 28.60: 3. Williams (M). 29.23. lOO-bulterlly - 1. Johnson (M). 1:06.22; 2. Kieri (SS). 1:07.56: 3. Lindemon(SS). 1:16.23. 500-lreestyle - I. Borst (M). 6:45.25: 2. Henry (SS). 6:46.75; 3. Williams (M). 6:30.91. 100-breaststroke - I. Buck (M). 1:19.30: 2. Stewart (M). 1:22.59; 3. Hotlines (SS). V.27.55. 200-medley - I, Manhattan. 2:08.47. 200-l.M. — I. Johnson (M), 2:20.60, 2. Kieri (SS). 2.-30.35: 3. Borsl (M). 2:47.46.' Diving - I. Kunkel (M|. 174.25; 2. Gorman (M). 167.15; 3. Eyler (SS). 157.45. IOC-freestyle - 1. Hollner (M). 1:02.41: 2. Montgomery (SS). 1:04.71; 3. Stewart (M). 1:06.20. 100-bockstroke - 1. Oehme (M). 1:10.79; 2. Klinger (M). 1:18.50; 3. Williams (M). 1:18.52. 400-lreestyle relay — 1. Manhattan, 4:17.20. By TIM HOSTETTER Sports Writer Despite most area high school track and field teams having just one meet under their belts, The Salina Journal's area honor roll is filled with excellent early-season performances. On the boys' side, Colby senior Tim Woofter is the only athlete to top the the 31-county area in two events. Woofter ran a 10.9 100 me- Honor roll in Scoreboard ters and 22.4 200 meters in cold weather in last Friday's Atwood Invitational. Salina Central's Maurice Henry — football-bound to Kansas State next fall — is second behind Woofter in both events. Henry also tops the long jump field by nine inches over Abilene's Clay Donley. The distance events boast a couple of excellent performances. Salina South's Scott Goertzen, state runnerup in the 800 last season, has a 4:29.9 1,600 meters to his credit (conversion table used in this, case and several others), while Concordia's Roger Koester tops the 3.200-meter chart with a 10:07.6 time. Equally impressive are the times in the hurdles. Oberlin's Jim Berkeimer heads the 110 highs in 15.2, while Concordia's Kevin Wright is just three-tenths of a second off his 1984 best in the 300-meter intermediates with a 40.0 time. In the discus, three North Central Kansas League athletes lead the way. Clay Center's Alan Heigele, who was the Tigers' leader on the football field and basketball court this year, has thrown a leading 1566 1 2, but Chapman's Jon Lucas is just a half-inch behind. Concordia's Chuck Knapp is third with a 151-3 toss. Knapp tops the shot put chart at 50-8 1 2. On the girls' side, Salina Central's Sheila Cherry has a half-second lead in the 100 meters with a 12.6 time and nearly a second lead in the 200 meters with a 26.6 clocking. Salina South's Julie Campbell has big leads in the 1,600 (5:29.3) and 3,200 (11:36.8). Campbell's 3,200 time is a half-minute better than her best mark last season. Concordia's girls lead all three relays with the 1,600 meter time of 4:17.9 being the most impressive this early. Brenda Bruggeman of Hays led the honor roll's discus field last season with a 126-5 toss. In last week's Hays' Invitational, Bruggeman threw 123-8 to take the lead this season over Concordia's April Chavey (120-5 1 !!). Salina South's Jodi Schnepf has the area's top high jump with a 5-4 effort. S Villanova Anderson, Dreiling sign with Spartans (Continued from Page 11) 67.4 percent, set by Ohio State in their 1960 title victory against California. The old tournament record set by Northeastern when it Corn- game Swimming Etc. Prep results At SAUNA SOUTH POOL Emporia 92, Salina Central 77 200-lreestyle — 1. Stevenson (SC), 2:18.76: 2. Heese (E). 2:30.67: 3. Yenkey (SC), 2:40.48. 50-freestyle — 1. Anderson (E), 28.11: 2. Rumsey (SCI. 28.5: 3. Colhoun (E). 28.61. 100-butlerlly - 1. Bussey (E). 1:18.60: 2. Toggarl |SC), 1:19.21; 3. Vis- hnelske (SCI. 1:22.16. 500-lreestyle - I. Koers (SC), 6:14.05: 2. Busey (E). 6:14.31: 3. Gill (Ej. 6i59.83. 100-breastslroke — I. Rumsey (SC), 1:16.56: 2. Calhoun (I). 1:19.53; 3. Tog- gorl(SC). 1:23.12. 200-medley relay — 1. Emporio, 2.08.63. 200-I.M. - I. Pool (E). 2:22.41; 2. Koers (SC). 2:40.60; 3. Irwin (E), 2:55.78. Diving - I. Pogue (SC). 133.60: 2. Hassel (E), 110.45; 3. Sapp (E), 102.60. 100-lreestyle- 1. Pool (E). 58.41; 2. Stevenson (SC), 1:02.24; 3. Heese (E), 1:06.24. lOO-backstroke - I. Gargia (£), 1:17,99; 2. Chapman (E). 1:19.66; 3. Lemon (SC). 1:23.05. 400-lreestyle relay — 1. Sallno Central (Stevenson, Rumsey, Brown, Koers), 4:19.45. Manhattan 109, Salina Central 102 200-freestyle - 1. Hoffner (M). 2:16.70: 2. Stevenson (SC). 2:18.76: 3. Smallwood (M). 2:29.34. 50-lreestyle - 1. Oehine |M). 26.51: 2. Rumsey (SC). 28.58; 3. Williams (M). 29.23. 100-butterlly - 1. Johnson (M|. 1:06.22: 2. Buck (M). 1:17.74; 3. Taggart(SC), 1:19.21. 500-lreeslyle - I. Koers (SC). 6:M,05,; 2. Williams (M), 6:30.91; 3. Borsl (M), 6:45.25. 100-breaslslroke — 1. Rumsey (SC), 1:16.56: 2. Buck (M). 1:19.30; 3. Slewart (M), l:22.5«. 200-medley relay — 1. Manhattan, 2:08.47. 200-I.M. - 1. Johnson (.M), 2:20.60: 2. Koers (SC). 2:40.60; 3. Borst (M). 2:47.46. Diving - I. Kunkel (M), 174.25; 2. Gorman (M). 167.15; 3. Pogue (SC). 133.60. 100 freestyle — 1. Stevenson (SC), 1:02.24: 2. Hollner (M). 1:02.41; 3. Stewart (M). 1:06.20. 100-backstroke - I. Oehine (M), 1:10.79; 2. Kingler (M), 1:18.50; 3. Williams (M), 1:18.52. 400-lreestyle relay — I. Manhattan, Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX-Waived John Henry Johnson, pitcher. CHICAGO CUBS-Troded Tito Nanni, first baseman, to the California Angels in exchange for Angel Moreno, pitcher. CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Waived Jerry Dybzinski and Tom O'Malley, inliel- ders. Sent Steve Fireavid and Bab Fal- Ion. pitchers. Bryan Little, inlielder, and Joel Skinner, catcher, to Bullalo of the American Association, Purchased Nelson Barrera ond Manny Salinas, infielders, and John Cangelosi, outfielder, from Mexico City ol the Mexican League. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Traded Jay Bailer, pitcher, to the Chicago Cubs in exchange for Danny Rohn, tnfielder. Sold Glen Edwards, outfielder, to Winslon-Solem of the Carolina Leogud. NEW YORK YANKEES-Sent Clay Christiansen and Jim Deshoies. pitchers, to their minor league camp for reassignment. TEXAS RANGERS-Waived Ned Yost, catcher, and Jim Anderson, infielder. TORONTO SLUE JAYS-Waived Roy Lee Jackson, pitcher. Optioned Alexis Inlante. shortstop. Jerry Keller, outfielder, ond Tom Henke, pitcher, to Syracuse ol International League. Waived Bryan Clark, pitcher, lor the purpose of granting him his unconditional release. National league HOUSTON ASTROS-Senl Ty Gainey, outfielder, to Tucson ol the Pacific Coast league. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Traded len Matuszck, first baseman, to the Toronto Blue Jays for Jose Escobar, shortstop. Ken Kinnard. outfielder, ond Dave ShipanoH, pitcher. Assigned Escobar and Kinnard to Reading ol the Eastern League and ShipanoH to Portlond ol the Pacific Coast League. FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARS-Signed Tim Wrightman, tight end, and Eddie Phillips, running back. HOCKEY Notional Hockey League BOSTON BRUINS-Recalled Lyndon Byers, right wing, from Hershey ol the American Hockey league. IOS ANGELES KINGS-Signed Ken Hammond, delenseman. COLLEGE MISSISSIPPI STATE-Named Brendo Paul, women's head basketball coach. Named Mike Nemeth assistant athletic director. Area track and field honor roll Boys 100-METER DASH Woofler, Colby , 10.9 Henry. Salina Central H.O Oonley. Abilene 11.2 Geschwentner. Colby 11.5 Craig. Hoys 11.6 Geiber, Concordia 11.6 Concordia. 400-METER RELAY Solina Central 44.4 Concordia 45.1 Hoys - 45.7 Abilene 45.9 Solino South 46.6 1,600-METER RELAY Solino Central 3:32.1 OHver, Solina South H.6 S:Wilson. Solino Cenlrol 11.6 200-METER DASH Woofter, Colby 22.4 Henry. Salina Cenlrol 22.9 Geschweniner. Colby 23.1 M,pye. Solino Soulh 23.1 Donley. Abilene 23.2 400-METER DASH Lemon. Phillipsburg 52.2 Widrig. Beloit 52.2 rfough. Solina Cenlrol 52.3 Douglasv Concordio 52.6 Uflendell. Chapman 52.6 ••••• 800-METER RUN Sthmeller. Hays 2:02.3 Silkman. Concordio 2:02.6 Gwllie. Colby 2:05.5 Oor.Brummelt. Salina Central 2.06,8 Obllin Colby 207.1 1,600-METER RUN Goerlzen. Solina South 4:29.9 Oelke. Colby * 40.2 Gollin. Colby 4.41.3 jj/m.ngs. Phillipsburg 4:41.9 D«ordon. Hoys 4:47.1 Leaverlon. Goodlond 4 47.1 3,200-METER RUN Koesler. Concordia 1007.6 Seiler. Solino Cenliol 10.13.4 Dav. Brummelt. Solina Cenlrol...10:14.3 Jennings, Phillipsburg 10:20.8 Bebrdon, Hoys 10:31.4 *" 110-METER HUROUS Borkeimer, Oberlin 15.2 Wriuhl Concordia '5 ' * .. IA n ,.3:35.4 POU VAULT Slreit, Salino Central 13-3 leilner. Alwood 12-1 Toggorl. Salina Central 12-0 Coppoc, Concordia 11-6 Dinkel. Victoria 11-6 Stewort. Smith Cenler 11-6 Sweet. SE-Saline 11-6 300-METER LOW HURDLES Lively, Phillipsburg 49.3 Kickhaeler, Chapman 49.6 was shot 75.0 against Virginia monwealth in a first-round last year. "Well, we didn't shoot 100 percent," said Massimino, in his 14th year as Wildcat coach, "But we got the ball where we wanted it and to who we wanted. ... We shot 79 percent. That makes me look good." The Wildcats' 90 percent shooting from the field in the second half was part of all-time tournament record 78.6 percent, hitting 22 of 28 shots. Villanova also was hot from the free throw line, making 22 of 27 and 19 of 23 in the second half, including Hot 14 over the last 2:11. McClain and sophomore reserve Harold Jensen each hit four of five, Pinckney two of two and Pressley one of two. "I didn't feel we were a Cinderella team at all. Our coaching staff always prepares us well," Jensen said. "If we executed our offense and defense, I thought we'd be in the game at the end." Horace Broadnax, a reserve guard for the Hoyas, said, "It was fristrating. We played defense right into their face. We just couldn't let up until there was 0:00 on the clock." The amazing fact about Villanova's shooting was that it did it against a team that had led the nation in defense against the field goal this season, allowing only 39 percent. Going into the final, Georgetown opponents had shot only 36 percent from the field. Villanova, 25-10, was beaten twice by the Hoyas during the regular Big Bast season, 52-50 in overtime and 57-50. McClain hit two free throws and Harold Pressley one of two to provide the margin of victory, with Georgetown's Michael Jackson completing the scoring with a field goal with four seconds remaining. McClain, hitting five of seven field goals, paced Villanova with 17 points and Pinckney, who battled Ewing in the pivot all night, scored 16. Georgetown was trying to become only the seventh team and the first since UCLA in 1973 to repeat as NCAA champions. It was being rated among the greatest teams of all time, after breezing through the last part of their schedule and looking stronger with each game. But Villanova, which finished in a Marymount women's basketball coach Daryl Hoelting has signed his second and third Kansas players for next season. Joining Norton's Tara Nelson are Oakley's Tracy Anderson and Morland's Carrie Dreiling. "Both are scrappy and gritty basketball players who will typify Marymount Spartan basketball, Hoelting said. "They are both quick and will fit into our program well." Anders6n, a 5-7 guard, averaged 18 points and 6 rebounds a game this season in leading Oakley to a 13-9 record this season. Anderson also led her team in steals (five a game) and assists (three a game). She finished with 993 career points (No. 1 in Oakley history) and fin- ipboH thp school's all-time leading free throw shooter at 65 percent. Anderson was a two-time All- Northwest Kansas League performer and was selected to The Salina Journal's All-Area Class 3A first team. She was also an honorable mention all-stater. Dreiling, a 5-7 guard, averaged 14 points, 5 assists and 5 steals a game in leading Morland to an 18-3 record. Dreiling was a three-time All- Cheyenne Conference pick. Like Anderson, she was nominated for this year's KBCA All-Star game. "Both players are solid individuals and will be good assets to our program," Hoelting said. "I really like both players. They are good combination players." Central 2nd in golf opener MANHATTAN — Despite a sluggish performance on a tough course, Salina Central's golf team finished second Monday in the Manhattan Invitational on Stagg Hill Golf Course. Manhattan won the tourney with a 329. Central posted a 348 and Emporia a 351. Salina South was sixth at 370. Manhattan's Todd Dillon was first medalist with a 75. His teammate, Kelly Johnson, was second with an 82. Central's Daran Neushafer was fourth with an 85 and Steve Johnson 10th with an 87. "The only good thing about this meet is that we finished second," said Salina Central coach Chris Crank. "We can play better than we showed. I'm sure our scores will be improving. The course was extremely tough. Our kids are not used to seeing so many trees." Central and South will next compete at Junction City April 11. MANHATTAN INVITATIONAL Team Scores Manhattan 329. Salina Central 348, Emporia 351. Lawrence 359. Shawnee Heights 364, lino South 370, Junction City 4U. Salina Central Scores Doran Neuschofer 85. Steve Johnson 87: Tom Hemmer 87. Scolt Ryan 89. Bryan Tickel 94. Karl Niti 94. Solino South Scores Eric Homolka 91, Matt Wilson 92, Corey McKee 93, Jason Goertien 94. Brad McCaus land 94. Paul Rudin 99. South, Central lose swim duals It wasn't a good day for Salina's swimming teams. Both Salina South and Salina Central lost to Manhattan and Emporia Monday in South's pool. South fell to Manhattan, 110-62, and to Emporia, 93-79. Central lost Results in Scoreboard to Manhattan, poria, 92-77. 109-62, and to Em- South's Cougars failed to win an event against powerful Manhattan but did manage three wins over Emporia. Wendy Henry won the 200-yard freestyle in 2:28.00. Susan Kieri captured the 100-yard butterfly in 1:07.56. Catherine Eyler gave the Cougars a victory in div ing with a 157.45. Central had three wins against Manhattan. Junior Kristi Koers won the 500-yard freestyle in 6:14,05. Michelle Rumsey was first in the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:16.56, and freshman Gallic Stevenson won the 100-yard freestyle in 1:02.24. Other Central wins against Emporia came from Stevenson in the 200-yard freestyle (2:18.76); Megan Pogue in diving (133.60) and the Mustangs' 400-yard freestyle relay team of Stevenson, Rumsey, Wendy Brown and Koers which qualified for State with a time of 4:19.45. South and Central will compete next on April 10 against Junction City and Newton in the South pool. Arneson, 5 Hay, n . e ......,,...........,..5o.3 third-place tie in the Big East Con- Clay Cenler 3:37.7 Solino Soulh 3:38.8 Chapman 3:39.0 3.200-METER RELAY Hays 8:31.0 Sofino Central 8:34.7 Chapman 8:38.1 Concordia 8:39.0 Abilene 8:44.7 DISCUS Heigele. Cloy Cenler 156.6% lucos. Chapman 156-6 Knopp. Concordio 151-3 Work. Colby 150-0 'A Grigsby, Solina Central 138-3 LONG JUMP Henry, Salina Central 22-8'A Donley. Abilene 21-11'/. Slone. Abilene 20-1IV. McDonald. Abilene 20-(OK Moye. Salina South 20-3% TRIPLE JUMP 0 Wilson. Salina Central 42-10 Slroud. Abilene 41-3 lone. Cloy Cenler 41-2'A Move. Salina Soulh 38-3 Muff. Salino Central 37-10 HIGH JUMP SomueKon, Concordia 6-4 Winn, Solina Central 6-4 Lemon, Phillipsburg 6-2 MaroMi. Beloil 6-2 Rorabaugh. Smith Cenler 6-2 SHOT PUT Knapp. Concordiu ...50-8'/i Work, Colby 49-9 Girls 100-METER DASH Cherry, Salina Central 12.6 jer. Chapman 13.1 Hahn, Abilene 13.1 Hays Hubele, Tanner, SE-Saline 50.9 400-METER RELAY Concardia 53.1 Abilene 53.2 Salina Soulh 53.5 Salina Central 53.8 Hays 54.4 800-METER RELAY Concordia 1:51.7 Salina Cenlrol 1:51.8 Nugent. Hoys - '°-^ Schumacher, Victoria 48-5'/» '-' ' ..16.1 Porlenicr. Phillipsburg 47-2 ..16.3 Collins. Concordia 46-ll'/r JAVELIN Rohr. Ellsworth 181-10 Burger. Clay Center l79-0'/i Doulel. Abilene 167-10 leitnc-r Alwood 166-2 Boker. Beloil 165-6 Sherry. Abifene Wellfarock. Viclorio '*- 3 300-METER HURDLES Wright. Concordia 40.0 W/lson. Solino Cenlrol 42.3 tollbrock. Victoria 42.6 took Salina South 43.3 Slon«. Abilene 43.7 Hording, Abilene 13.1 Williams, Clay Cenler 13.2 200-METER DASH Cherry, Solino Central 26.6 Robertson. Colby 27.4 Williams, Clov Cenler 27.7 Bergin. Goodland 28.1 Peterson, Salina South 26.4 400-METER DASH Wllioms. Cloy Cenler 1:01.0 Robertson, Colby 1:02.2 Hoist. Concordio 1:03.0 Budreau, Concordia..... 1:03.3 Hall. Salina Central V.03.7 600-METER RUN Hall. Salino Central 2:27.8 Hughes, Abilene 2:31.8 Blanchard. Salina Soulh 2:35.3 Pfeiler.Hays 2:36.2 lelellier, Abilene 2:37.4 1,600-METER RUN Campbell. Salina Soulh 5:2?.3 Sloggell. Osborne 5:36.8 Russell. Abilene 5:37.7 Hughes. Abilene 5:43.7 French, Salina South 5:46.6 3,200-METER RUN Campbell. Salina Soulh 11:36.8 Russell. Abilene 12:20.9 Schmidl, Colby 13:01.0 Mclntyre. Atwood 13:02.8 Anderson, Oakley 13.02.9 100-METER HURDltS Arneson. Hays 16.6 May, Salina Central 16.B Volopka. Oberlin 16.8 Keeler, Solino Soulh 16.9 Kickhaeler, Chapman 17.0 ference with Syracuse, began a six- game winning streak in the tournament, knocking off other ranked teams such as No. 2 Michigan and No. 5 Memphis State in Saturday's semifinal. The Wildcats' upset was akin to that of North Carolina State, which won the NCAA title two years ago as an overwhelming underdog. But that N.C. State team finished with one more victory against its 10 losses, and the 16th ranking in the final pre-tournament poll. All Villanova had to show was hope as it entered its sixth consecutive NCAA tournament, a competition it never had won. Hoya fans stunned ..1:54.4 Abilene 1:54.5 Solino South 1:54.6 1600-MEttR RELAY Concordia 4:17.9 Clay Center 4:25.0 Beloil 4:27.2 Colby 4:27.2 Hoys 4:27.2 DISCUS Bruggeman, Hays 123-8 Chavey, Concordia )20-5'/a Ziegler, Hoxie 118-1 Haresnope, Smith Cenler 1)1-6 Cox, Abilene 110-5 SHOT PUT Horesnope. Smith Cenler 38-3'/i Cox, Abilene 37-4 McDowell, Smith Center 36-10 Christensen, Concordia 36-1 '/j 8ruggeman, Hays 36-9% LONG JUMP Arneson. Hays 16-6% Hughes, Abilene 16-3 Hoys. Salina South 16-1 Benningo, Cloy Cenler 15-11 Jones, Abilene 15-5 schneai. saiino sou.n UMP s-4 Pinckney and a jumper by Gary Chambers. Colby 5-2 O'Toole, Oberlin 5-2 j E odtow N toredHeo7i""''.':.':.''".'.'.'.'.'.1'o McClain's three-point play kept Wilson,' saiino South..."..................5 o them up 41-36 but Georgetown came (All times converted la melric dis- hanlr anrl lancM. Times are rounded otl to the Udv - Ii dllu next one-lenlh of a second. Honor roll contains only those marks submitted to The Journal. The Wildcats pulled ahead 29-28 at halftime and after Ewing hit an opening jumper in the second half, they went up 36-30 with Harold Jensen's basket, a three-point play by Wingate's jumper 42-41 with 9:49 remaining. WASHINGTON (AP) - The expected party through the streets of the nation's capital Monday night was short-circuited by Villanova's 66-64 upset of defending champion Georgetown in the title game of the NCAA basketball tournament at Lexington, Ky. District of Columbia police lined Wisconsin Avenue in the heart of Georgetown waiting to quell a celebration that never occurred, as Hoya fans quietly left the bars and the university's McDonough Gymnasium for a premature, sobering journey home. Several hundred fans watched the game at "Champions," a well- known sports bar located just a few miles from the Georgetown University campus, and about 4,000 students crowded into the campus gym to watch the game on a giant television screen. "The second time's going to be sweeter than the first one," Ron Swanson, 21, a Georgetown alumnus and bar patron, said before the game. "If you can't be in Kentucky, this is the place to be — with your own fans." Not everyone in the bar was rooting for the locals. Bernadette Rodgers, 22, of Chevy Chase, Md., was one of few cheering for the Wildcats. "My two roommates went to Villanova and we're the underdogs," explained Rodgers, who was booed by the bar's patrons when she yelled after every Villanova basket. Although they prefer hockey to basketball, several members of the Washington Capitals were on hand, helping defenseman Scott Stevens celebrate his 21st birthday while watching the game on one of the bar's many TV sets. "I'm still trying to understand the game," admitted Capital Larry Murphy, a native of Scarborough, Ontario. "I'm rooting for Georgetown, it will help prevent fights here."

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