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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Wednesday, April 3,1985 Page 21 Basketball NBA standing* Notlojwfeoikefboll Association ly The Auocloted Ness , • All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Allanllc Division W I Pd. x-Boslon x-Philodelphla x-Woshlngton i, .New York ''Clevelond - .Mllwoukee Konsos City' . Seollle '•',T«os 12 12 13 11 11 9 10 11 10 11 12 1413 13 11 i 13 15 15 .522 .500 .4B1 .458 .458 .450 .435 .423 .400 x-New Jersey New York 55 37 37 24 y-M1lwaukee x-Delrolt Chicago Cleveland Atlanta Indiana Central Division .787 .733 .493 .497 ,320 06 '4. 22 22<A' 35 -:< 55 41 36 32 30 • x-Oenver x-Houston 1 x-Dallat x-5an Antonio Utah' Xansos City 20 56 ... WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division .724 ,_ .547 \y/,\ .474 19 1( .427 22V! ; .395 251. .263 05 . Pacific Dlvlilon .649' .S95 .547 .500 .487 .400 II 12 18 W .743 .493 .427 .400 .355 .267 18V, 23V. 25V, 29 35'/i y-l.A. Inkers 55 Portland' 37 . Phoenix 32 Seattle 30 L.A. Clippers 27 Golden State 20 x-cllnch*d playoff berth y-clinched division title Tuesday's Gomes Cleveland 122, Washington 107 Detroit 124, Indiana 121 Philadelphia 102, Atlanta 91 Milwaukee 109, Boston 103 Chicago 108, New Jersey 94 L.A. Lakers at Denver, (n) Seattle at Phoenix, (nj Dallas o1 Golden State, (n) Houston at Portland, (n) Wednesday's Games Chicago at Washington, 6:30 p.m Cleveland at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Indiana at Boston, 6:30 p.m. New York at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 7:30' p.m, Kansas City at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. Thursday's Games Detroit at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. Atlanta at New York, 8 p.m. Denver at Phoenix, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Utah, 8:30 p.m. Houston at Golden Slate, 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores SIXERS 102, HAWKS 91 Philadelphia (102) Berkley 10-18 1-5 21, G.Johftson 7-16 6-6 20, Malone 5-1811-14 22, Cheeks 412 2-2 10, Richardson 2-5 2-2 6, Threat! 44 3-411, Williams 1-51-2 3, Hayes 22 1-2 5, Wood 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 37-85 28-37 102. Atlanta (91) Levlngstan 2-8 6-10 10, Wllklns 5-1*2 4-7 14, Rollins 1-4 2-5 4, E.Johnson 5-10 2-2 12, Rivers 5-13 2-4 13, Carr 4-9 2-2 10, Willis 2-5 0-0 5, Hastings 3-6 1-2 7, Glenn 6-11 0-0 12, Brown 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 35-80 19-29 91. ' Philadelphia 22243125-102 Atlanta 20262817-91 Three-point goals—River's, Willis. Fouled out—None. Rebounds-Philadelphia 62 (Berkley 15), Atlanta 48 (Levlngston 8). Assists—Philadelphia 21 (Malone, Cheeks, Threatt 5), Atlanta' 22 - (E.Johnson 8). Total fouls—Philadelphia 13, Atlanta 26. Technicals—Williams,' - Wllklns, Atlanta Coach Fratello., •A—11,711. : • Oakland > , Minnesota i. ' Boston , NATIONAL LEAGUE Ul Angeles .13 9 ,591 AHanta \4 10 .583 NewYdrk . , IJ 9 571 Phll«delphio |2 9 .571 Cincinnati , 13 10 .565 Son Fropclsco 13 .11 .542 . Chicago ,u 12 .538 San Diego • 12 12 .500 Houston .11 16 .407 Montreal 9 14 ,391 St.Louis 7 ,11 .389 'Pittsburgh • 5 15 .250 Tuesday's Games Cincinnati 7, Minnesota 6 ' ; Los Angeles vs. Montreal, ppd,, rain Pittsburgh 6, Houston 4 . Philadelphia 4, Kansas City 2 Detroit (ss) 14, St. Louis 2 Atlanta Texas, ppd., rain Boston 2, New York Yankees I, 7 innings, susp. rain San Diego 6, Chicago Cubs 5, 14 Innings San Francisco 7, Seattle 3, 10 Innings California 4, Milwaukee 2 Clevelond 11, Oakland 6 Baltimore 3, Chicago White Sox 0 Toronto 14, Detroit 1 Seattle vs. Arizona Slate ol Tempe, Exhibition results By The Associated Press PIRATES 6, ASTROS 4 Houston 101:001 100—4 10 1 Pittsburgh 110 200 20x-6 14 0 Heothcock, DiPIno (6), Sambito (8), ond Bolley; Walk, Krawcryk (4). Reuschel (6), Condelaria (8), and Pena. W— Reuschel. I— DIPino. HRs— Houston, Cruz. Pittsburgh, Modlock. REDS 7, TWINS 6 Minnesota 000 004 011—6 6 1 Cincinnati 000 321 lOx— 7 14 0 Butcher, Lysander (7), Wardle (8) and Loudner, Solas (7). Tlbbs, Buchanan (7), Willis (6) and Gulden. W-Tibbs. L- Butcher. HRs— Minnesota, Bush 2. Cincinnati, Parker. PHILLIES 4, ROYALS 2 Kansas City 000 200 000—2 6 3 Philadelphia 000 030 Olx-4 10 0 Gublcza. Martin (6), Beckwith (8) and Sundberg: Rowley, Zachry (5), Campbell (7), Carman (9) and Diaz, Doulton. W— Zachry. L— Gublcza. RED SOX 2, YANKEES 1 (Suspended rain, 7 Innings) Boston 001 000 1—2 10 1 New York (AL) 010 000 —1 3 0 Clemens and Gedman, Newman (5); RasmUssen, Shirley (4) and Wynegar, Hassey (6). HRs— Boston, Boggs, New York, Baylor. TIGERS 14, CARDINALS 2 Detroit 050 230 220—14 20 0 St. Louis 010 100 000— 2 6 1 Sherier.'Monteleone (6), O'Neal (8) ond Castillo, Lowry (8); Tudor, Rucker (6), Norton (8) and Nleto, Porter (4). W— Scherrer. L— Tudor. HRs— Detroit, Simmons. St. Louis, Landrum and Clark. ANGELS 4, BREWERS 2 /Milwaukee 000020000—211 0 California 200 020 OOx— 4 8 0 Hlguera, Enotsu (4), Fingers (6), Ladd (8) and Simmons; Romanlck, John (6) and Boone, W— Romankk. L— Enatsu. INDIANS II, A'i6 Cleveland 421 002 UO— U 16 0 Oakland 100 002 021- 6 12 4 Schulze, R. Romero (B) and Wlllard; Longford, Conroy 15), Alherton (7), Howell (9) ond Teltieton. W— Schulze. : L- Longford. , PADRES 6, CUBS 5 /', ' , i (M Innings) i Chicago (Nt)OOO 200' 102 000 00—5 1 1 0 Son Diego lOp 030 010 000 01— 6 19 2 'ftuthven, ' Frailer (7), Botelho (8), •Fontenat (9), Brusslar (12) and J. Davis, lake (7); Thurmond, Stoddard (7), Cossage (9), Booker (10), DeLeon (12) and Kennedy, Bochy (4). W— DeLeon. L— 16, West 2-4 0-0 4, Bagley 3-6 1-2 7, Free 14-27 4-6 32, Shelton 3-5 2-2 8, ; E.Jones 5-9 1-4 11, Davis 3-6 1-2 8, Pa- .qUette 5-8 0-0 10, K.Williams 3,-3 0-0 6, -Tiirpln 1-2 2-4 4. Anderson : l-2 0-0 V Totals 51-93 19-32 122. '.'Washington Brusstar, HR— Chicago, Dayelt. GIANTS 7, MARINERS 3 L CAVALIERS 122, BULLETS 107 ,' , Washington (107) • ' C.Jones 5-7 3-5 13, Robinson 7-14 2-4 • 16, Mahorn 2-4 0-0 4, Melon* 10-20 4-5 24, Gus Williams 2-11 1-2 5, Bollard 7-' 15 4-5 IB, Dove 4-8 0-2 8, McMillan 5-10 3-3 13, Sswell 0-0 0-0 0, Bradley 2-2 1-1 6. Totals 44-91 18-27 107. Cleveland (122) Hubbard 5-12 4-6 14, Hlnson 6-9 4-6 "(idinnlngi)" Seattle 000 100 002 0—3 10 0 San Francisco 100 020 000 4—7 8 0 'Kingston, Stontbn (7), Geisel (9) and Mercada, Voile (7); Laskey, Mlnton (7), : - . M. Davis (8), Gurrelts (9), Laskey (10) iJ S 2! f~!S'i < and *» nl *- w - to "Y- KflMl. HR- 27 27 34 34-H2J / s an Francisco, Brenly. .Three-point goals—Bradley, Davis.* Fouled out—No'ne. . Rebounds—Washington 45 (Robinson 8), Cleveland 56 (Hubbard, Shelton 8). Assists—Washington 29 (GusAVMIams 7), Cleveland 35 (Bagley 16).' Total fouls—Washington 22, Cleveloiid 24. Technicals—Washington head coach Shue, 2 (elected), Mahorn. A-6,686. .• • • ' • "• ' S ; PISTONS 124, PACERS 121 . ; '. '' Detroit (124) • ''•'.". ' Trlpucka 9-17 3-4 21, Roundfleld 3-9 2-2 B, Lalmbeer 8-17 2-2 18,' l.'thornas ' 11-18 7-8 29, Long 7-10.2-2 16. Benson 2-3 0-0 4, Johnson 2-8 4-6 8, Cureton'S- 6 3-4 9, Tyler 3-5 1-1 '7, Steppe 1-3 2-2 4. Totals 49-96 26-31 124. ' •> Indiana (121) ,: ' , Durrani 3-4 0-0 6, Kellogg 10-17 8-12, 28, Stlpanovich 7-13 6-6 20, J.Thomas 10-17 5-7 25, Fleming 8-20 8-10 24, Ede-,' tin 1-2 0-0 2, Kelser 1-3 0-1 2, Stansbury 2-6 6-6 10, Walters 0-0 0-0 0, Brown 2-2 0-1 4. Totals 44-84 33-43 121, Detroit 39 22 33 30-124 Indiana 24333925-121 Fouled out—Edelln. Rebounds-Detroit 51 (Lalmbeer 17), Indiana 51 (Kellogg TO). Assists—Detroit 27 (I.Thomas 17), Indiana 23 (J.Thomas 5). Total' rouls-r-Detroll 29, Indiana 23. Technicals-Indiana, Coach Irvine, Curetoft (lighting, ejected), Stlpanovich (tlgnting, elected). A—7,157. , Brenly, .ORIOLES 3, WHITE SOX 0 Chicago 000 000 000-0 S 0 Baltimore 110 000 lOx—3 9 2 Lollar, Nelson (7), and Fisk, Hill (6); McGregor, Aase (6), T. Martinez (8), and Dempsey. W—McGregor. V.—Lcllar. HRs—Baltimore, Connolly. Collage scores ' By The Associated Press 1 .SOUTH' . . Cent. Florida 18, Grace 4 . Delta St. 19,' III, Wesleyan 1-' ', E. Tennessee St. 9. W. Carolina 8 Jacksonville 19, Florida ASM 4 . Mississippi 16, Mississippi Col. 7 Murray St, 18, Illinois 9 i North .Carolina 16, Vo. Com- Mohwealth 4 : • MIDWEST Kansas Newman 12-10, Kansas Wesleyan 3-0 • ' Michigan 4-6, Bowling Green 1-2 Ohio St. 17, Cincinnati 11 SOUTHWEST Baylor 15-13, Texas-Arlington 4-0 Southwestern, Texas 6-2, Texas Christian 5-7 Hockey BULLS 108, NETS 94 ' New Jersey (94) Turner 2-5 2-2 6, Williams 9-18 3-3 21, Dawklns 5-7 4-6 14, Ransey 5-14 0-0 10, Richardson 14-26 1-2 27, Gminskl 15 2-3 4, King 4-12 0-1 8, Brewer 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 41-91 12-17 94. . . Chicago (108) Greenwood 4-9 0-0 8, Woolridge 10-, 18 5-7 25, Corzine 3-6 1-1 7, Jordan 1219 7-8 31, Matthews 0-3 0-0 0, Green 511 2-4 12, Oldham 1-4 0-0 2, Dailey 710 2-2 16, Hlggins 2-4 3-4 7. Totals 4484 20-26 108. New Jersey 27282217-94 Chicago 31 30 24 23-108 Fouled out— None. Rebounds— New Jersey 44 (Williams 14), Chicago 57 (Green 12). Assists— New Jersey 22 (Ransey 10), Chicago 29 (Matthews 10). Total fouls— New Jersey 18, Chicago IS. Technicals— Chicago Illegal defense 2. A-9,636. BUCKS 109, CELTICS 103 Boston (103) McHale B-12 9-12 25, Wedman 10-19 2-2 22, Parish 6-19 12-18 24, Johnson 8113-4 20, Williams 2-7 4-6 8, Kite 1 -2 00 2, Clark 1-2 0-0 2, Bucknet- 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 36-68 30-42 103. Milwaukee (109) Cummlngs 8-19 2-8 IB, Pressey 7-14 3-4 18, Mokeskl 6-13 1-2 13, Hodges 4-7 0-0 1. Moncrlel 8-14 2-3 IB, Breuer 5-11 0-3 10, Pierce 5-10 2-2 12, Grevey 2-3 0-0 4, Thompson 3-5 1-1 7. Totals 48-96 11-23109. Boston 22 36 25 20-103 Milwaukee 28 29 30 22-109 Three-point goals— Johnson, Pressey, Hodges. Fouled out— Williams, Moncrief Rebounds-Boston 48 (McHale 12), Milwaukee 56 (Cummlngs 13). Assists—Boston 24 (Johnson, Williams 7), Milwaukee 29 (Pressey 9). Total uke NHL standings ' National Hockey League By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L y-Phldlpho 51 20 -x-Wshngtn 44 24 x-NY Isles 40 33 x-NY Rngrs 25 Pttbrgh | 24 N.Jersey 22 x-duebec 40 x-Monlreal 39 x-Buflalo 37 x-Boston 34 Hartford 28 Adams Division (Ms GFGA 109 339 240 97 308 231 340 289 267 258 85 60 53 53 304 338 368 330 28 9 89 317 27 U 89 293 26 14 88 278 34 9 77 289 40 9 65 263 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division 265 253 225 279 313 x-St. Louis x-Chlcago x-Detrolt x-Mnnsta Toronto 35 36 26 24 20 30 35 40 42 49 12 6 11 12 8 82 78 63 60 48 285 299 303 256 243 275 296 347 310 339 Smythe Division y-Edmonton48 19 10 106 385 x-Wlnnlpeg42 27 9 93 348 x.Calgary 40 27 10 90 349 x-L.A. 33 31 13 79 327 Vancouver 25 44 8 58 274 x-ctlnched playoH berth y-cllnched division title Tuesday's Games Quebec 6, Boston 4 Buffalo 2, Hartford 1 Philadelphia 2, N.Y. Rangers I N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3 283 323 290 313 388 St, Louis 8, New Jersey 4 Edmonton at Los Angeles, (n) Soccer MISL standings fouls— Boston A-l 1.052. 25. Milwaukee 34. By The Associated Press All Times CST Eastern Division W LPct. Baseball Standings By The Assoctoted Press , , Exhibition Seoson AMERICAN LEAGUED Lpd Toronto 16 7 .696 Chltooo 17 U .607 Delro» IS M .577 California 12 9 .571 BaltlmOry 13 11 -942 y-Ballimore y-Chlcogo y-C)eveland y-SI. Louis Minnesota Pittsburgh x-Cosmos 29 13 26 18 23 10 21 22 20 23 16 27 II 22 .690 .591 .535 GB y-San Diego 'y-las Vegas y-Los Angeles Wichita Kansas City Tacama Dallas Western Division 4 6% B'/i .465 9<A .372 I3'A .333 - 33 II 28 14 23 20 20 22 19 24 15 28 12 32 • x-ceased indftar operations .750 .667 4 .535 9tt .476 12 .442 13% .349 17H ,273 21 Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 . , SOFTBALL' I Konsoi Wesleyan at St, John's-Wlnfleld, 3 p.hi. \ y-ellnched playoff berth Tuesday's Gome Wichita 5, las Vegas 2 W«dn«iday'i Gomtt Baltimore ol Si. Loult, 7:35 p.m. Tacama at Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m. Track Prep results SOUTHEAST of SALINE INV. BOYS Teom scores I. SE of Saline 123: 2. Beloit (Bt) 115: 3. Ellsworth 97; 4. Sacred Heart 57; 5. Solomon 37: 6. Minneapolis 30, 7. Belleville (Bv) 28: 8. Llndsborg 27; 9. St, John's Military 12. Individual Results Long jump — 1. Drees, SE, 18-BYi; 2, Molm, I, 18-4; 3. Lambert, Bv, 18-4'/«. Shot put — 1, Shullz, E, 48.1 '/>; 2. Weber, Bt, 47-4V,; 3. Baker, Bl, 46-5. Javelin- 1. Rohr, E, 190-2; 2, Friesen, E, 160-10; 3. Baker, Bt, 159-11, Pole vault — 1. Sweet, SE, 12-0; 2. Johnston, E, 11-6; 3. Rleter, Bt, 11-6. High jump — 1. Frlesen, E, 6-6; 2. Marozas, Bt, 6-0; 3. Fritz, SE, 6-0; 4. Valcoure, SH, 6-0. 110m HH — I. Fritz, SE, 15.61; 2. Bransfield, SH, 16.72; 3. Chrlstlleb, SE, 17.66. Discus - 1, Skinner, SE, 126-4; 2. Sexton, Sol, 123-9; 3. Baker, Bt, 123-7. 3200m reloy - 1. SE of Saline (Fritz, David Johnson, Urbanek, Dupes) 8:51.02; 2. Ellsworth 8:54.54; 3. Beloit 9:16.88; 4, Sacred Heart (Hermes, Petty, Gonzales, Heberl) 9:18.09. 100m - Widrig, Bt, 11.34; 2. Bransfield, SH, 11.39; 3. (tie) Simmons, L, ond Deterding, Bv, 11.50; 5. Rlley, SJM, 11.74. 1,600m — I. Caselman, SE, 4:48.17; 2. Sheo, M, 4:48.56; 3. Gwlnner. E, 4:48.68. 400m relay — I. Sacred Heart (Knlpp, Schmitz, Valcoure, Bransfleld) 46.84; 2. llndsborg 46.95; 3. SE of Saline 47.97. 400m - 1. Widrig, Bt, 52.23; 2. Lance, Sal, 53.01; 3. Stutterhelm, SE, 54.06; 5. Knipp, SH, 55.99; 6. Roesner, SH, 56.12. 300m IH — I. Fritz, SE, 41.53; 2. Chrisllleb, SE, 43.06; 3. P. Herbert, 45,96.. 800m — 1. Delerding, Bv, 2:07.16; 2. Magano, E, 2:07.81: 3. Rodriguez, E, 2:07.86. , 200m - 1. Rlley, SJM,'24.08; 2. I Widrig, Bt, 24.09; 3. Brarisfield, SH, 24.10. 3,200m — 1. Caselman. SE, 10:28.07; Twadell, Bl, 10:48.89; 3. Krotzer, E, 10:56.14. 1,600m relay — 1. Beloit 3:41.01; 2. Sacred Heart (Maes, Hebert, Knlpp, Roesner) 3:42.48; 3. Minneapolis 3:43.77. Holocek, L-L, 28.58; 3. Klusman, U, 29.18, , 3,200m - I, Sloggett, 0, 12:29.59; 2, Mason, N, 13:45.90; 3. Rexroat, D, 14:11.18. • Mile relay — 1. Natoma, 4:35.13; 2. Tipton. 4:40.51; 3. Downs, 4:50.76. Salina Central JV Meet BOYS Team Scores Salina Central 142, Hulchlnson 103, Salina South 102, Manhattan 99, New- Ion 55, Junction City 54. Individual Results (All running events In meters) 110.HH - 1. Richardson, SC, 16.6; 2. Veal, SC, 17.3; 3. Madsen. N. 18.5; 6, Deegan, SC, 19.2. 3,200-reloy — 1. Manhattan, 9:04.7; 2. South, 9:14.7; 3. Junction City, 9:16.0; 5. Central, 9:34.9, 100-dosh _ 1. Aldrldge, SS, 11.7; 2. Wllhorlt, M, 11.8; 3. Herron, SS, 11.9; 5. Kline, SC, 11.96. 1,600-run — 1, Davis, JC, 4:58.6; 2. Suttle, SS. 5:05.7; 3. Christian, M, 5:06.6; 5. Richards, SC, 5:13.1. 400-dash"- 1. Harrison, SC, 53.9; 2. Chapman, SC, 54.7: 3. Bystadhaugan, SC, 55.5; 4. Poer, SC, 55.8; 6. Reed, SC, 56.3. High |ump — 1. Richardson, SC, 5-10; 2. Smith, H, 5-10: 3..Veal, SC, 5-8; 6. (lie) Olson, SS. 5-4. 800-run - 1. Euntchus, M, 2:13.1; 2. Oslo, N, 2:14.3; 3. Mitchell, M, 2:15.5; 6. luce, SC, 2:17.5. 300-hurdles — 1. Richardson, SC, 43.6; 2. Jllka, SS, 43.9; 3. Short, SS, 45.3. Shot put — I. Alnsworth, N, 41-6: 2. Jones, SS, 39-1; 3. Slanlker. H, 38-10; 5. F.Wolfe. SC, 38-'/4. 400-relay — I. South, 46.1: 2. Hutch, 47.3; 3. Manhattan, 47.6; 4. Central, 47.7. long lump — 1. James, H, 2t-2'/«; 2. Reynard, M, 19-4; 3. Williams, H, 19-1; 5. Harrison, SC, 18-7; 6. Gunnelson, SC, 18-5; 7, Magee, SS, 18-5. Javelin — I. Allen, H, 175-4; 2. Pawell, SS, 140-10; 3. Eddls, SC, 140-6; 5. Systadhaugen, SC, 136-11. 3,200-run — 1. Davis, JC, 10:59.4: 2. McColl, SS, 11:06.2; 3. Williams, N, 11:23.0. Discus - 1. F.Wolfe, SC, 122-6'/i; 2. Staley, SC, 103-5; 3. Watkins, N, 99-9; 4. Jones, SS, 97-7; 5. J.Porker, SC, 96714. 1,600-relay — 1. Central, 3:45.4; 2. South, 3:48.1: 3. Junction City, 3:49.1. 200-dash — 1. Aldrlch, SS, 24.0; 2. Kline, SC, 24.2; 3. Mamnel, H, 24.4; 4. Herron, SC, 24.5. Pole vault — I. Aleman, H, 11-0; 2. Rand, M, 10-6; 3. Mattsen, N, 9-6. Triple jump — 1. Allen, H, 40-9W; 2. James, H, 39-1H; 3. Reynad, M, 37-10; 5. Kline, SC, 36-11; 6. Hemmy, SC, 366, GIRLS Team Scores I. Ellsworth IM'/i; 2. Beloit 94; 3. Minneapolis 87; 4. SE ol Saline 71'/>; S, Llndsborg 43: 6. Sacred Heart 24; 7. Belleville 19; 8. Solomon 6. Individual Results' High jump — 1. Lull, M/5-2'/i; 2. (tie) Gengler, Bt, arid Jadlow, SH, 5-0. Discus - 1. Svoty, E, 110-10; 2. Bellerive, SH, 100-2: 3. Llndenmeyer, E, 95-0. • . • . ' Shot put — 1. Whltmer, E, 37-1; 2, Llndenmeyer, E, 35-4; 3. Bellerive, SH,; 34-6. . , ; ' Long jump -'I. Klein, M, I6-V4; 2. Doctor, Bv, 14-9'/i; 3. Curchy, L, 14-6. 100m HH - 1. Klein, M, 16.91; 2. Hubele, SE, 18.13; 3. Ellen, Bt, 18.14. 800m relay — 1. Ellsworth (London, Holke, Herrlngton, Place), 1:51.64; 2. Minneapolis 1:56.44; 3. Llndsborg 1:57.40. 100m — 1. Amerlne, Bt, 13.38; 2. Clark, L, 13.4; Klein, M, 13.68. . 1,600m — I. Robinson, SE, 5:52.91; 2, Davis, E, S-.5S.90; 3. Koesler, SE,-' 5:58,22, 400m relay — I. Ellsworth (London, Gwlnner, 'Herrlngton, Place) 53.95;' 2. Beloll 55.11; 3. Llndsborg 55.60; 6. Sd- cred Heart (Kuhn, Headlee, Jadlow, Cindy Flax) 58.05. 400m - 1. Place, E, 1:03.0; 2. lutz, M, 1:03.85; 3. Amerlne, Bt, 1:04.41. 300m LH - I. Hubele, SE, $1.39; 2. Bremermon, M, 51.98; 3. Nlewold. Bt, 53.02. 800m — 1. Glsh,'SE, '2:35.38; 2. Davis, E, 2:40.06; 3. Klenda, Bt, 2:40.71. ..200m - 1. Herrlnglon, E, 28.41; 2. . Amerine, Bt, 28.83; 3. Dellz, Bt, 29.41. ' 3,200m'- 1. Robinson, StY 13:18.59; 2. Koesler, SE, 13:19.41; S.'Sleulert, L, 13:48.84; 5. Spurlock, SH. 16:09.76. 1,600m relay — 1. Ellsworth (Gwln- ner, Holke, Place, Kerrlnglon) 4:19.61; 2. Beloit 4:22.66; 3. Minneapolis 4:27.70. •' . DOWNS INVITATIONAL BOYS Team Scores Downs 129, Tipton 114, Natoma 84, Osborne 74, Lucas-Luray 56, Belolt-St. John's 45, Waconda East 24. Individual Results Discus — r. Hachmeitter, N, 124-11; 2. Schooler, 0, 119-8; 3. Lackey, SJ, 118-1. long jump — 1. Dolezal, D, 19-9'A; 2. Eichkloff, N, 19-5'/<; 3. Mick, T, 19-3. Javelin — 1. Dougherty, L-L, 170-7V«; 2. True, D, 160.8; 3. Ellenz, SJ, 150-1. Pole vault — 1. Mick, D, 11-9; 2. Smith, L-L, 9-6; 3, Monoll, WE, 9-6. Shot put — 1. Hachmeister, N, 43-8; 2. Mick, SJ, 43-7; 3. Dougherty, L-L, 43- Hlgh |ump — 1. (tie) Lackey, SJ, and Dolezal, D, 6-1; 3. Carswell, 0. 5-10. 110m HH — 1. Dolezal, D, 14.32; 2. Lackey, SJ, 16.39; 3. Billings, D, 16.74. Two-mile relay — 1. Tipton, 9:00.07; 2. Downs, 9:06.74; 3. Osborne, 9:29.16. 100m — 1, Mick, T, '11.34; 2. B.MIIIer, N, 11.53; 3. Hall, L-L, 11.70. 1,600m - 1. Schoen, D, 4:44.20; 2. Wonderllch, O, 4:44.94; 3. Schraeder, T, 4:52.46. 440y relay — 1. Natoma, 48.00; 2. Osborne, 48.21; 3. Downs, 48.70. 400m — 1. Mick, T, 53.71; 2. Elck- holf, N, 54.53; 3. Luckey. WE. 54.54. 300m IH - 1. Dolezal, D, 40.91; 2. Billing!, D, 44.61; 3. Hoffman, T, 45.01. 800m - 1. SUelt, D, 2:07.07; 2. Bruce White, T, 2:07.08; 3. Bryan White, T, 2:09.16. 200m - 1. Hall, L-L, 24.13; 2. (tie) Miller, N, and Mick, T, 24.16. 3,200m - 1. Sheen, 0, 10:38.88; 2. Miller, 0, 10:44.09; 3. Fisher, D, 10:44.47. Mile reloy — 1. Natoma, 3:46.77; 2. Tipton, 3:48.33; 3. Downs, 3:56.54. GIRLS Team Scores Downs 110, Osborne 100, Natoma 89, Lucus-Luray 65, Tipton 59, Beloil-SI. John's 26, Wacondo East 10, Individual Results Shot put — I. Holllng, O, 37-l'/i; 2. Mosher, SJ, 34-4: 3. Koster, D, 32-2. High jump - 1. Eulert, N, 5-0; 2. Arnold, D, 4-10; 3. Stover, SJ, 4-6. Discus — 1. Holling, O, 108-10; 2. Gantz, 0, 93-8'/.; 3. Olte, D. 68-0W. Long jump - 1. R.GrOdlg, D, IS-l'/i; 2. S.Hoke, T, M-8%; 3. J.Hake, T, 143%. 100m HH — I. Herold. U, 16.77; 2. Sloggelt, O, 17.19: 3. S.Hake. T, 17.46. 8dOy relay — I. Lucas-luray, 1:56.45; 2. Tlplon, 1:58.06; 3. Natoma, 1:59.14. 100m - I. R.Gradlg, D, 12.74; 2. Tolkenhorst, N, 13.29; 3. Thille, WE, 14.02. 1,600m -1.1. Sloggert, O, 5:35.20; 2. Dibble, 0, 6:11.10;'3. Chrisler! N, 6:11.76. ' 440y relay — 1, lucas-lurayi 55.61;, 2. Dvwn», 55.89; 3. Osborne, 56.31. 400m - I. Tatkenhorst. N, 1:06.50; 2. Roe, 0, 1:08.89; 3. Becker. T, 1:10.00. 300 LH - 1. Herold, L-L, 50.59; 2. Sloggett, O, 52.53-. 3. S.Hake, T, 52.56. 800m-I. Dibble, 0.2:37.72; 2. Forbes. D, 2:43.74; 3. Schmitl, T, 2:46.21. - I. R.Gradla, D. 26.94; 2.< Tennis Jr. High results SALINA SOUTH 9, KANOPOUS 0 Singles No. 1 - Bret Goter. SS, del. Eric Carlson, 3-6, 6-1, 6-3. No. 2 — Hung Lang, SS, del. Mark Bennett, 6-2, 6-1. No. 3 - Ryan Chalfleld, SS, del. Mike Bunch, 6-0, 6-0. No. 4 — Sean Robertson, SS, del. Erik Smith, 6-0, 6-0. No. 5 — Brent Boyer, SS, def. Scott Truhlar, 64, 6-1. No. 6 — Joe Ku, SS, def. Chris Munoz, 6-1,6-1. Doublet No. 1 - Goter-Long, SS, def. Carlson-Bennett, 6-3, 6-2. No. 2 — Chat- lield-Robertson, SS, del. Bunch-Smith, 6-1, 6-1. No. 3 - Boyer-Ku, SS, del. Truhalor-Munoz, 6-0, 6-0. Golf Prep results ATWO00 INVITATIONAL Team Score* Goodland 353, Imperial. Neb. 365, Atwood 408, Oberlln '6' 412, Oakley 413. Medalists .1. Dax Hayden, Goodland, 81; 2. Krlss Krutslnger, Imperial, 83; 3. Shannon Shapp, Imperial, 85; 4. Greg Pecenka, Oakley, 88; 5. Keith Dalse, Goodlond, 88. Transactions By The Associated Press 'BASEBALL American League MINNESOTA TWINS-Optianed Jeff Reed, catcher, and Andre David, outfielder, to Toledo of the International League, OAKLAND A's-Sent Danny Goodwin, outfielder, to their minor-league complex for reassignment. Notional League CINCINNATI REOS-SI 9 ned Tony Perez, first baseman, to a one-year contract. Sent Skeeter Barnes, Inllelder, to penver of the American Association. NEW YORK METS-Traded Jose Oquendo, shortstop, and Mark Davis, pitcher, to the St. Louis Cardinals lor Argenls Salazar, shortstop, and John Young, pitcher. PITTSBURGH PIRATES-Agreed to terms with Larry McWIIIiams, pitcher, on a five-year contract, ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Placed Rick Ownbey. pitcher, on the 21-day disabled list. BASKETBALL Notional Basketball Association INDIANA PACERS-Named Wayne Embry vice president and consultant. FOOTBALL United States Football League ARIZONA OUTLAWS-Slgned Kim Anderson, defensive back, to a one- year contract. MEMPHIS SHOWBOATS—Released Alan Duncan, placeklcker. Signed Bob Grupp. punter. NEW JERSEY GENERALS—Released Karl Yli-Renko, offensive tackle. HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES—Recalled Mike Craig, goalie, from Rochester of the American Hockey League. COLLEGE DAVIDSON—Named Vic Cairo head football coach. GEORGE WASHINGTON-Announced the resignation of Gerry Gimelslob, head baslcelball coach. KANSAS STATE-Named Sieve Miller assistant athletic director. KENTUCKY-Named Eddie Sultan head basketball coach. MINNESOTA-Announced the resignation of Brad Buetow, head hockey coach. Pool results SAUNA MIXED POCK LEAGUES Busch Monday Mixers Animal House Sharpshooters 4, Rangers Terminators 1; Animal House Trappers 3, Red Kitten Crazees 2; Big Em s t E-Z Pieces 3. Big Ern's Rebels 2; Prospectors Nuggets 4, P.J.'s Q-Styx I; Boondocks Silver Bullets 3, P.J.'s Stro- kert 2. Busch Wednesday Guys I Gals P.J.'s A-Team 4, Red Kitten Wildcats 1: The Pub Deuces 4, Z-Nltaowl Bandits I; The Pub Aces 5. Z-Nlleowl Demons 0: Bar-X 4, Animal House Road Ruriners 1: The Prospectors 3, P.J.'s Cougars 2; Animal House Coyotes 4, Boondocks Unlearnt 1. Iusch2l-Club Eddies Club A-Team 3, American Legion B-Team 2; Western Playglrl A- Team 3, Moose Heart 2; Sale Barn 3, V.F.W. Scratch Pads 2; Moose Bucks 3, Eddies Club Bushwhakers 2; American Legion A-Team 4, Western Playglrl B- Team). Dolezal first in four events By TIM HOSTETTER Sports Writer OSBORNE — Maybe Downs' track standout Dale Dolezal should give up practicing. That's a little drastic, but that's what a nagging case of shin splints will force a runner to do, and Dolezal has had such a case since the basketball season. One would never have known Dolezal had been ailing, however, by Results in Scoreboard watching the senior's performance in the Downs Invitational here Tuesday. Dolezal led the Dragon boys to the team title by breezing to victories in the 110-meter and 300-meter intermediate hurdled, winning the long jump (19-9%) and tying Beloit-St. John's David Lackey for first in the high jump (6-1). Downs bested Tipton, 129-114, to claim first place in its season-opener. Natoma was third in the seven- team meet with 84 points. Downs also won the girls' team title with 110 points. Osborne had 100 and Natoma 89. Dolezal is the defending Class 1A champ in the 110 high hurdles with a 1984 best of 14.7. Tuesday, he opened his season with a blazing 14.32 on Osborne High School's track. Dolezal ended his day with a 40.91 clocking in the 300 intermediates — just two-tenths of a second off his last year's best. "I'm a little surprised by my times," Dolezal said. "I've hardly practiced at all. That really doesn't hurt me in the 110s, but it does hurt my timing and endurance in the 300s." Dolezal's time in the 110s is nearly a second faster than any other competitor on The Salina Journal's latest honor roll. His time in the 300s places him second. Downs held just a seven-point , lead heading into the last two events, but Kipp Schoen's victory and Alan Fisher's surprising third place in the 3,200 meters secured the win for the Dragons. Schoen won the 1,600 meters earlier in 4:44.94 before his 10:38.88 Araujo second hi steeplechase GREAT BEND - Alfredo Araujo placed second in the 3,000-meter steeplechase to pace Marymount's effort in the Barton County Invitational track meet Tuesday. Araujo ran a 9:59 in the steeplechase. He also placed fourth in the 1,500-meter run at 4:09.4 and was fifth in the 800 in 1:58.9. Charles Jenner placed just ahead of Araujo in the 1,500 and 800. Jenner was third in the 1,500 in 4:04.7 and fourth in the 800 in 1:58.1. Marymount also received points from Mike Rohde and Greg Feldkamp. Rohde placed fourth in the long jump with a personal best leap of 22-7%, while Feldkamp placed sixth in the 5,000 in 16:23.3. In the women's division, Mary-' mount freshman Deb Korte finished fourth in the discus (110-9) and sixth in the shot put (364). Host Barton County won the team competition in both divisions. MEN Barton County 172, Bethany 116, Garden City 82, Claud County 56, Marymount 33, Butler County 19, Pratt 19, Dodge City 10. WOMEN Barton County 218, Cloud County 107, Bethany 60, Dodge City 32, Hutchlnson 26, Garden City 25, Butler County 8, Marymount 5, Pratt 4. Southeast (Continued from Page 20) medals each in the relays, Ellsworth's Tiffany Herrington and Tammy Place won the 200 and 400, respectively. "We've got a lot of depth, a lot of good young kids," Ellsworth coach Terry Maddux said. "I. thought we performed well today. We're getting a lot of points out of the field events and our relays ran really well." The Bearcats' 1:51.64 in the 800- meter relay tied Concordia atop the Journal's area honor roll, and the Bearcats' 4:19.61 in the 1,600-meter relay moved them into second on the honor roll. Minneapolis junior Heidi Lutz moved into second on the high jump honor roll with a winning leap of 52%. Sacred Heart sophomore Renee Bellerive was runnerup in the discus and third in the shot put while sophomore teammate Tammy Jadlow tied for second in the high jump. In boys' competition for SHHS, Bransfield was runnerup in the 100 and high hurdles and third in the 200. The Knights' 1,600-meter relay team finished runnerup to Be"It. 3,200 win. Natoma's Kenny Hachmeister won the discus (124-11) and the shot put (43-8). Another impressive double-winning performance came from Tipton's Paul Mick who won,the 100 meters in 11.34 — fourth-best on the Journal honor roll — and captured the 400 meters in 53.71. Lucas-Luray's Toby Dougherty recorded the area's third-best javelin toss, 170-7%. Downs' girls' coach Gary Ozias was especially pleased with his team's win because it defeated Osborne for the first time in quite some time. "We knew it was going to be a dogfight with Osborne and Natoma. We are thrilled with the win," Ozias said. "The keys were Rita Gradig and the amount of points we picked up on fourths, fifths and sixths." Gradig won the long jump (15-11), 100 meters (12.74) and 200 meters (26.94). Her 100 and 200 times were second-best in the area. There were three other double winners: Osborne's Kathy Rolling won the oiiot put (37-11, second-best in the area) and the discus (108-10); Lucas-Luray's Kelly Herold won the 100-meter high hurdles in 16.77 (second in area) and the 300 low hurdles in 50.59; and Osborne got two wins from Angie Sloggett in the 1,600 meters (5:35.20, second in the area) and the 3,200 meters (12:29.59, second in the area). 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