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Sot., Ftb. 13, 19:2 Fontana, lie each f have 4 CBL champ f r 4 I Jt i 7 J V.. ,3f,J k J . ..J . 5 X prep basketball Friday's Games ' Golden IW9U Hart 55, SaugiB 46 Christian L9U Inland 69. American 63 Woodcresl 47, Riverside 39 Wvmotc League Valley Crtnslian 71, Brethren 63 LA Lutheran 71, Western Cnnshan 63 L A. Baplisl vs Whiter Chrislian Non-league Charity Christian 43, Bloomington Christian 36 Needles vs. Easie Mountain (Final Regular Season) CITRUS BELT Leawe Overall Team ft L W L San Gorgonio 10 0 25 0 Redlands 7 3 18 7 Fontana 6 4 9 12 Eisenhower 5 5 13 12 Pacific 19 10 14 Collon 19 1 19 SAN ANDREAS Victor Valley 10 0 18 3 San Bernardino 5 5 10 14 Yucaipa 4 6 10 13 Apple Valley 4 6 II II Barslow 4 6 9 12 Caion 3 7 9 13 OE AN2A Twentynme Palms 10 0 22 0 Yucca Valley 6 4 12 10 Aquinas 6 4 9 13 San Jacinto 4 5 6 14 Beaumont 2 8 10 11 Big Bear 1 t 4 17 SUNKIST Banning 9 1 19 6 Noire Dame 6 4 13 10 Elsmore S 5 13 11 Perns 5 5 6 18 Rim ol World 4 6 14 8 Bloomingion 19 7 14 Standings include Perris' 13 forfeit losses, four in the Suntust League. BASELINE Pomona 12 2 18 5 Claremont II 3 19 5 Alia Loma 11 3 14 10 Oamien 9 5 17 8 Glendora 6 8 10 14 Charley 5 9 8 14 Uoiand 2 12 7 17 Don Lugo 0 14 1 19 CHRISTIAN Hesoeria 10 2 15 7 Linfietd 8 4 14 9 Inland 8 4 13 8 Victor Valley 7 5 12 9 Woodcresl 5 6 8 11 American 2 10 8 11 Riverside 0 12 2 18 HACIENDA Wonlclair 6 3 10 11 Garev 6 3 7 11 Ganesna 5 4 10 10 Chino 5 4 8 12 Bomla 4 5 10 12 Ontario 18 3 16 GOLDEN Burroughs II I 18 5 Antelope Valley 9 3 14 9 Hart 7 5 17 7 Canyon 7 5 12 12 Palmdale 4 8 7 16 Saugus 3 9 7 15 Quart; Hill 1 II 8 16 INLAND CHRISTIAN (69) ParKer 6-4-16, Co 6-2-14, Allen 3-1-7, farlin 8-4-20, Bennett 3-2-8, Haddock 2-0-4. Totals: 28-13-69 AMERICAN CHRISTIAN (63) Williams 2-0-4, BBrockett 3-0-6, Zamora 6-3-15, J Brocket! 6-2-14, Ruateg-gar 10-4-24 Totals 27-9-63. Intand Christian IS 20 II 16 - 69 American Christian 1 15 14 II - 63 Fouled ouf: Rueseggar (AC), Zamora (AC). Technicals: None. CHARITY CHRISTIAN (43) C. Williams 2-2-6, Quidera 3-1-7, Lindsev 9-0-18, Mendibles 2 0-4, G Williams 1-0-2, R. Williams 3-0-6. Totals 20-3-43 BLOOMINGTON CHRISTIAN (36) Pitlman 5-0-10, Weils 3 0-6, Grueser 5-3-13, Teagardm 0-1-1, Burks 2-0-4, Walts 1-0-2. Totals: 16-4-36. Charity Christian 10 6 12 15 - 43 Bioomington Christian 6 12 1 10 - 36 Fouled out. Lmdsey (C), Cordera IC9, Vendibles (CI. Technicals: Wells (Bl. c ) prep girls basketball Friday's Game San Andreas League Caion vs. Yucaipa, cancelled. No olavotf necessary since both teams duality for CIF piavoffs. (Final Regular Season) CITRUS BELT League Overall Team W L W L Foniana Eisenhower Pacific Redlands San Gorgonio 2 8 Colton I SAN ANDREAS San Bernardino 10 Yucaipa Caion Barslow Victor Vanev Apple Vditev 7 3 7 3 3 7 3 7 0 10 c college baseball Lubbock Christian 001 000 2 - 3 9 ! Cal Baptist 200 210 X - S 9 0 Waiden and Jeffrey. Miner, Lowe (7) and Fabella. HR Marshall IC), Simpson (C), 2B: Ledbetter (LI, Mobley (C), Marshall (0. Lubbock Christian 020 124 3 - 12 13 1 Cat Baptist 012 000 2 - S 7 1 Hunter and Grinn. Boebmger, Marshall (2), Lowe (5), King (6) and Fabella. HR: Carillo (L), Stephenson (L), Foldman (L), Marshall (C), 2B: Ledbetler (L), Carillo 2 (L), Foldman (L), Smith (C), Simpson (C). Bold Bidder dies at age 20 LEXINGTON, Ky. (API - Bold Bidder, a champion handicap horse who later sired Kentucky Derby winners Spectacular Bid and Cannonade, has died of a ruptured aneurism at the age ol 20. Gamesway Farm officials announced Friday. sports log: radio-tv BASKETBALL Iowa at Indiana, noon, Channel 4. Oregon at Oregon State. 3:30 p.m., Channel 4. Utah Slate at Cal State Fullerton, 730 p m.. KWRM (1370). KIK FM (94.3). UCLA at Arizona State. 6:30 p.m.. KPRO (1440), KWTC (12301, KMPC (710); tape on Channel 5 at 11 p m. USC at Arizona, 7:30 p.m.. KDAY (15801. KPRZ II 150); tape at 8 p.m. on Channel 13. Chapman at Cal Poly Pomona, 730 p.m.; tape on KWKM (1370) at 9 30 p.m. UC Irvine at Fresno Slate, 7:30 p m., KWVE FM (1079). Loyola-Marymount at Gonzaga, 7 30 p.m., XPRS (10MOI. Long Beach State at San Jose, 7:30 p.m., KLON TV 187.91. GOLF Hawaiian Open, 2 p.m., Channel 4. HORSE RACING Santa Anita thoroughbreds new first post 1 p.m., KLAC 15701, KNX (10701 give results. Log AJamitos harness first post 7:30 p.m., KNX (1070) gives results. AUTO RACING - Busch Clash tape, 3 p.m., Channel 2. SPORTS SATURDAY Alexis Arguello vs. Bubba Busreme, WBC lightweight title; Daytona 500 report, women's speed skating, 3:30 p.m., Channel 2. BOWLING Rolaids Open finals, 3:30 p.m., Channel 7. HOCKEY L.A. Kings at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m., Channel 9, KPRZ (1150). WIDE WORLD Michael Spinks vs. Mustapha Wassaja, WBA light-heavy title; Sugar Ray Leonard-Bruce Fine b preview, Pool tricks, 5 p.m., Channel 7. BOXING Tape at 2 p.m., Channel 52; Golden Gloves,2.30 p.m., Channel 7, and 6 p.m., Channel 34. SOCCER Tape at 3 p.m., Channel 52; 3 30 p.m., Channel 34; 4.30 p m., Channel 28; 5 p.m., Channel 50; 6 30. Channel 34. WRESTLING - Tape at 2 p.m., Channel 34. SPORTS AMERICA Kentucky Futurity, 6 p.m., Channel 50. X golf 1325,000 Hawaiian Open HONOLULU IAP) - Second-round scores Fnoav in the $325,000 Hawamn Open Goll Tournament on the 6.881-vard, par-72 Waialae Country Club course (a-denoles amateur): Greg Powers 72-66138 Andy North jg.6gij Scott Simpson 70 69 139 Bobby Clampefi 67-72 139 Tom Watson 70-69 139 John Mahaffev 72-68-140 Wayne Levi 72-68-140 Chip Beck 72-68140 Jeff Sanoers 68-72140 Marti Lve 69-71140 Masahiro Kuramoto 71-69140 Bob Proben 68-72140 NicXFaido 73-67140 Pete Immigawa 70-70140 141: Dan Haiidorson, Charles Coodv, Lee Elder, Rex Caidwell. I4 Ben Crenshaw, Rav Fkjyd, John Schroeder, Allen Miller, Jim Nelford, Gene Littler, Forrest Fezler. Tommy Valentine 143: Gary Haiiberg George Cadie, Don Bies, Andy Bean, B ll Krat;erl, George Burns, Terry Diehl, Tony Cerda, Woody Fitzhugh. 144: John Adams, Frank Conner, Bob Gilder, Arnold Paimer, Mark O Meara, Vance Heafner, Mike Brannan, Rocky Thompson, Doug Camobe. Jim Booros, Fuizy Zoeiter, Mark Haves, Mike Reid. MS: Charlie Gibson, Jet Oiaki, Jay Cudd, Richard Zokol, Tim Simpson, Ronnie Black, Larry Nelson, Ed Sneed, Mike Peck, Mike Holland, Mie Money, tsao Aoki, Dave Barr, Bruce Zie'lke. Bill Rogers, Tom Punier, Lennie Clements. 144: Gary Koch, Jeff Mitchell, Eric Batten, Scott Steger, Skip Dunaway, Bruce Douglass, Roger Maitbie, Howard Twilly, Hale Irwin, Al Geiberger, Mark Pfeil, Roger Calvin, Fred Couples. Those with scores higher than 144 tailed N) duality. $125,000 S4H LPGA Classic Al St. Petersburg, Fla. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Scores after Friday's first round of the $1:5,000 S&H Ladies Professional GoM Association classic at 6,214-yard Pasadena Golf Club course: HoHis Stacy 32-34 6 Palty Sheehan 34-33-67 Chris Johnson 36-3268 JeanelleKerr 34-3468 Sandra Haynie 34-3468 JoAnne Carner 35-3368 Beverly K lass 35-33-48 Carole Charbonnier 36-3369 Pat Bradley 35-34-69 Judy Rankin 34-3569 Sue Fogeiman 35-3469 70: Debbie Austin, Bonnie Lauer, M J. Smith, Cindy Hill. 71: Pam Gielzen, Dot Germain, Vicki Fergon, Connie Chellemi, Mvra Van Hoose, Alexandra Reinhardl, Donna Caponi, Cindy Lincoln, Kelli Rinker, Sandra Palmer, Murle Breer, Kathy Whitworth, Betsy King, Jane Blalock, Therese Hession. 72: Catherine Duggan, Barbara Barrow, Kyle O'Brien, Debbie Raso, Calhy Mani, Kathy McMullen, Shelley Hamlin, Lynn Slronev. 71 Ayako Okamoto, Jan Ferraris, Amy Alcott, Linda Hunt, Sandra Spuiich. 73: Gail Harata, Pal Meyers, Rosev Barlletl, Vivian Brownlee. 74: Janet Alex, Kathy Postlewait. Terri Moody, Joyce Kazmierski, Lori Huxhold, Marlene Hagge, Sydney Cunningham, Jerilvn Brill, Penny Pulz, Sandra Post, Donna H. While, Deanie Wood, Carole Jo Callison, Diane Daiiev. At Riverside GoH Club Women's Club Three Blind Mice Tourney: 51-Dotlie Knorr. 54-Kil Golden. 55-Pat Williams. 56-Lorene Pindel, Gladys Simpson, Jeanne Kallay. Putts; 30-Kil Golden, Emily Cook. c Softball Cerritos 021 010 0 - 4 5 1 SBVC - 010 141 t - 1 9 1 Dodson and Slubblefieid. Johnson and O'Neil. SBVC 103 00 - 4 5 2 Point Loma 030 14 - 8 10 I Game called due to darkness. Yeager and Johnson. Miriam and Bryan 3B: O'Neil (S), 2B: Munoz (S). SBVC is 1-2 on the season and al Pasadena City College 1 p.m. Tuesday. c tennis Occidental 1 at U of Redlands 8 Singles: Garger (R) d. Lee (O), 6-2, 6-2, Langy (R) d. Randolph (Ol, 6-2, 6-0, Alamo (R) d. Lilien (Ol, 6-0, 6-2; Godfrey (Rl 0. Rasmussen 10), 6-2, 6-2; Benring (R) d. Malone (O), 6-2, 7-6, Bubnack (R) d. Zarrow (O), 6-2, 6-4. Doubles: Aiamo-Benring 1R1 d Lee-Randoiph 10). 6-3. 6-3; Rasmussen-Malone (O) d. Frederick-Pumroy (R), 7-6, 7-5, Brunch-Moore (Rl d. Lilien-Zarrow (O), 6-4, 6-7, 6-1. Redlands is 1-0 in the SCIAC. 3-3 overall and hosts Cal St. Fullerton 9.30 a.m. today. J 225,000 U.S. National Indoor At Memphis, Tenn. Men's singles, quarterfinals: John McEnroe d Roscoe Tanner 7-6, 6-1, Johan Kriek d Vitas Gerutailis 7-6, 4-6, 6-3, Busier Moltram d. Eliot Tellscher 6-3. 6-1, Gene Mayer d. Kevin Curran 7-5, 6-1. $300,000 Richmond World Championship Classic At Richmond, Va. Men's singles, quartrfinals: Jose Luis Clerc d. Tom Cain 6-4, 6-3; Woitek Fibak d. John Sadri 2-6, 7-6, 6-1. 475,000 Caracas Volvo Grand Prix At Caracas, Venezuela Men's singles, quarterfinals.' Eddie Dibbs d. Chrislophe Roger Vasselm 6-4, 6-2, Raul Ramirez d. David Siegler 6-2, 6-3; Eric Fromm d. Mike Brunnberg 7-6, 6-4; Zoltan Kuharzky d. Freddie Sauer 7-5, 7-6. $100,000 Avon Championships At Kansas City, Mo. Women's sinojes, quarterfinals: Martina Navratilova d. Anne Smith 6-1, 6-1; Barbara Poller d. Rosalvn Fairbank 1-6, 7-5, 61. X rsba National Basketball Association WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division W L Pel. GB Seattle 34 15 64 - LAKERS 34 16 680 ; Portland 27 20 574 6 Phoenix 26 21 553 7 Golden State 26 22 54 2 7 i San Diego 14 35 .286 20 Midwest Division San Antonio 31 17 646 Houston 26 22 54 2 5 Denver 25 23 521 6 Utah 17 31 354 14 Kansas Cily 16 33 .327 15' 2 Dallas 15 33 .313 16 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Boston 35 13 .72 - Philadelphia 34 14 . 708 I New Jersey 25 25 .500 II Washington 24 24 . 500 11 New York 23 27 .460 13 Central Division Milwaukee 34 14 . 708 - Detroit 22 28 440 13 Indiana 20 29 408 14 j Atlanta 19 28 . 404 -14! ) Chicago 19 30 3S8 15 1 Cleveland 11 37 .229 23 Friday's Games San Antonio 100, LAKERS 94 New Jersey 109, Golden Stale 9! Dallas 103, Seattle 100 Utah 129, Kansas City 114 Phoenix 94, Atlanta 90 Boston 129, San Diego 116 Today's Games Indiana at Cleveland, 5:05 p.m. Portland at Detroit, 5:05 p.m. Philadelphia al New York, 5:05 pm. Milwaukee al Chicago, 5:35 P.m. Washington al Houston, 535 P.m. Phoenix al Utah, 530 pm San Diego al Denver, 5:35 P.m. SAN ANTONIO (100) Mitchell II 2-4 24, Olberding 3 5-6 11, Conine 5 1-2 II, Gervin 10 7-8 27, Moore 2 0-0 4, Pheglev 1 0-0 2, Banks 4 3-7 11, Brail 4 1-2 10. Totals: 40 19-29 100. LAKERS (94) Rambis 1 0-0 2, Wilkes 11 1-2 23, Abdul-Jabbar 5 0-1 10, E. Johnson 5 9-12 19, Nixon 5 4-5 14 Cooper 4 3-4 11, McAdoo 2 5-7 9, Landsoerger 2 0-0 4, Jordan 1 0-0 2. Totals 36 22-31 94. San Anton 21 24 26 29 - 100 Lakers 22 30 9 33 - 94 Three-point goals: Brati. Fouled oul: Conine. Tola! fouls: San Antonio 79, Lakers 22. Technical: Moore. A: 17,505. BOSTON (129) Maxwell 12 7-7 31, Bird 8 3-3 19, Parish 9 6-7 24, Archibald 5 H 16, Ford 2 2-2 6, Bradley I 6-6 8, Carr 2 0-0 4, McHale 2 2-4 6, Robev 2 1-2 5, Henderson 3 2-2 8, Ainge 1 0-0 2. Totals 47 35-39 129. SAN DIEGO (116) Wood 7 1-1 15, Brooks 7 2-2 16, Whitehead 8 4-4 20, Criss 4 2-4 10, Douglas 2 0-0 4, Brogan 3 1-1 7, Wiley 9 4-6 22, Chambers 5 0-5 10, Bryant 4 4-4 12. Totals: 49 18-27 116. Boston 48 24 26 31 - 129 San Diego 37 33 24 22 - 116 Three-point goals: None. Fouled out: None. Total fouls: Boston 31, San Diego 31. Technicals: San Diego illegal defense A; 13,239. UTAH (129) Dantlev 7 13-17 27, Poauette 3 0-0 6, Wilkins 2 2-2 6, Green 8 5-6 21, Griffith 8 4-4 20, Nicks 8 3-5 19, Shaves 1 0-0 2, Rnbimine 4 2-2 10, Hardy 4 2-2 10, Duren 3 0-06, Callage 1 0-0 2, Totals: 49 31-38 129. KANSAS CITY (114) King 6 2-2 14, Whitney 3 1-2 7, S. Johnson 4 1-1 9, Drew 6 4-4 17, Woodson 5 0-0 10, Robinson 7 2-4 16, Grunfeld 3 0-0 6, E. Johnson 4 3-4 11, Lambert 3 2-2 8, Ford 1 1-1 3, Loder 6 1-1 13. Totals: 48 17-21 114. Utah 40 32 25 32 - 129 KansasCity 29 28 28 29 - 114 Fouled Out: S. Johnson. Three-point goal: Drew. Total fouls: Utah 25, Kansas City 31. Technical: E. Johnson, Utah (delay of game). A: 7,263. ATLANTA (90) Drew 7 6-8 20, McMillen 2 0-0 4, Rollins 13 0-026, Sparrow 6 l-l 13, Matthews 3 1-2 7, E.Johnson 5 4-6 14, Pellom 0 1-2 I, Macklin 2 1-2 5. Totals: 38 14-21 90. PHOENIX (94) Adams 5 1-2 11, Scoll 2 6-6 10, Kellev 4 1- 4 9, D.Johnson 5 11-14 21, Macy 7 5-5 19, Nance 0 2-4 2, Kramer 3 0-0 6, Cook 1 2-4 4, Davis 3 6-8 12. Totals: 30 34-47 94. Atlanta 32 12 26 20 - 90 Phoenix 22 28 24 20 - 94 Three-point goals: None. Fouled oul: Matthews. Total fouls:Atlanla 31, Phoenix 20. Technicals -Rollins, Atlanta coach Loughery (2-etected). A: 12,654. GOLDEN STATE (98) Smith 2 1-2 5, King 4 3-7 11, Carroll 7 6-8 20, Gale 1 2-4 4, Free 2 5-6 9, Romar 5 0-0 10, Short 9 2-5 20, Llovd 3 0-16, Brown 3 2- 3 8, McDowell 1 0-0 2, Hassell 1 0-0 3. Totals: 38 21-36 98. NEW JERSEY (109) B Williams 6 5-7 17, King 3 1-2 7, Elmore 9 0-0 IB, R. Williams 10 2-2 22, Walker 3 2 2 8, O'Koren 4 0-0 8, Cook 4 2-2 10, Lacev 2 3-4 7, Bailey 5 0-0 10, Gminski 0 2-2 2. Totals: 46 16-20 109. Golden State 23 33 25 17 - 98 New Jersey 34 27 26 22 - 109 Ihree-poinl goals: Hassett. Fouled out: None Total fouls- Gclden State 24 New Jersey 29. Technicals: None. A: 16.221. SEATTLE (100) Shelton 3 0-16, Walker 11 0-0 22, Sikma 10 9-9 30, Williams 5 1-2 11, Hanzlik 2 2-2 6, Brown 3 3-4 9, Redford 0 1-2 1, Donaldson 7 1-4 15. Totals: 41 17-24 100. DALLAS (103) Bnslow 2 3-5 7, Vincent 16 6-10 38, Cooper 2 1-2 5, Davis 5 1-2 11, Turner 2 1-2 5, Blackman 7 1-2 15. Spanarkel 3 4-5 10, Kea 2 0-0 4, Llovd 3 2-2 8. Totals: 42 19-30 103. Seattle 28 28 23 21 - 100 Dallas 31 29 21 22 - 103 Three-point goals: Sikma Fouled oul: None. Total fouls: Seattle 28, Dallas 24. Technicals: Dallas coach Motla. A-. 11,030. C nhl National Hockey League Campbell Conference Smythe Division W L T GF GAPts Edmonton 36 13 10 318 228 82 Calgary 20 25 13 228 251 53 Vancouver 19 26 12 198 206 50 KINGS 15 29 12 221 268 42 Colorado 12 36 9 174 259 33 Norris Division Minnesota 22 18 16 236 203 60 SI. Louis 25 26 5 229 240 55 Winnipeg 20 24 11 211 240 51 Chicago 20 27 10 247 264 50 Toronto 16 28 13 220 256 45 Detroit 16 29 11 197 239 43 Wales Conference Patrick Division NY Islanders 35 13 6 249 174 76 Philadelphia 30 20 5 224 209 6 5 NY Rangers 25 21 9 203 215 59 Pittsburgh 21 27 9 213 243 51 Washington 16 32 9 217 240 41 Adams Division Montreal 32 II 12 260 160 76 Boston 32 17 7 228 190 71 Buffalo 30 18 9 220 181 69 Quebec 27 21 10 256 241 64 Hartford 16 24 14 185 226 46 Friday's Games Colorado 9, Quebec 2 Edmonton 5, Washington 3 Today's Games KINGS al Pittsburgh, 5:05 p.m. Philadelphia al New York Islanders, 2:05 pm. New York Rangers at Hartford, 4:35 p.m. Boston at Calgary, 5:05 om. Conference Overall Winnipeg at Montreal, 505 p.m. Team W L W L Chicago al Toronto, 5:05 pm. Riverside 9 1 25 4 Detroit al Minnesota, 6:05 pm. Saddleback 8 2 16 10 Vancouver at St Louis, 6.05 p m. SBVC 5 4 14 II Sundays Games San Diego 4 5 11 12 KINGS al Philadelphia, 4 05 p.m. Southwestern 3 6 9 14 New York Isianoers al Harltord, 11:05 Palomar 3 7 8 18 pm. Citrus 11 II 14 Quebec al New York Rangers, 4 35 p.m. Wasmngton al Colorado, 505 P.m. Boston at Edmonton, 935 p m. Monday's Games Minnesota at Toronto, 5:05 pm Vancouver at Chicago, 5:35 pm. X collage basketball Friday's College Basketball Scores SOUTHLAND UCLA 88, Arnona 73 A;usa Pacific 94, Cal Baptist 7? Bakersfield St. 71, Norlhndge SI. 67 Biola 59, Cal Lutheran 29 Cal Polv-SLO 60, Los Angeles St. 53 Chapman 64, UC Riverside 61 Pepperdine 73, Gomaga 59 Point Loma 53, UC San Diego 44 Portland 68, Loyola, Calif. 61 FAR WEST Air Force 43, Utah 42 Boise St. 71, Idaho SI. 68, OT California 54, Washington 50 UC Davis 56, Havward St. 47 Carroll, Mont. 76, Montana Tech 74 E.Wasbinglon 82, W Washington 71 Grand Canyon 79, E.New Mexico 67 Idaho 71, Weber Si. 62 Nev.-Las Vegas 52, Brigham Young 50 Pacific Lutheran 80, Linfield 79 Regis 74, N.Mex. Highlands 55 Sacramento SI. 73, Humboldt St. 58 San Francisco St. 66, Sonoma SI. 56 Washington SI. 62, Stanford 54 W Baplisl 97, George Fox 88, OT W New Mexico 60, Colo Mines 44 Whitworth 59, Lewis 8, Clark 58 MIDWEST DePaul 98, Loyola, III. 80 North Dakola 75, Neb -Omaha 63 N.Dakota SI. 77, N Colorado 74 EAST Columbia 67, Yale 55 Cornell 67, Brown 54 Disl.of Columbia 80, Charleston 70 Tufts 88, Worcester Tech 76 SCIAC Standings School W L W L Whither 7 1 12 10 Redands 7 2 II 12 La Verne 6 3 10 10 Pomona-Pilzer 5 3 8 7 Claremont-Mudd 4 5 8 12 Occidental 17 3 19 Caitech 0 9 I 17 Today's Games Redands at La Verne, 8 P.m. Occidental al Pomona-Pilier, 8 p.m. Whillier al Caitech, 8 P.m. UCLA (Si) Sanders 3 5-6 II, Fields 5 2-2 12, Gray I 0-0 2, Jackson I 2-3 4, Foster 6 6-6 18, Dave i 6-8 18, Hollon 3 3-4 9, Anderson 3 8-8 14, Totals: 28 32-37 88. ARIZONA (73) Cook 8 1-3 17, Smith 7 2-2 16, Magno 8 2-3 18, Walker 6 2-2 14, Mellon 2 2-2 6, Taylor-Harris 1 0-0 2. Totals: 32 9-12 73. Hafftime-UCLA 36; Arizona 45. Fouled out: Cook. Total fouls: UCLA 15, Arizona 27. Technical: None. A: 8,960. WASHINGTON ST. (62) Williams 6 1-2 13, Harriel 5 2-2 12, Ehlo 3 2-3 8, McFadden 3 2-3 8, Haskins 2 0-0 4, T.Brown 0 2-2 2, Joyner 5 3-5 13, Ness 1 0-0 2. Totals: 25 12-17 62. STANFORD (54) Rogers I 0-0 2, Welch 6 2-3 14, Revelli 2 8-13 12, Marly 3 5-6 11, S.Brown 3 l-l 7, Lemons 3 2-2 8. Totals: 18 18-25 54 Halftime: Washington SI. 34, Slanford 21. Total fouls: Washington Sf. 22, Slanford 18. A: 2,158. WASHINGTON (50) Watson 4 2-2 10, Caldwell 6 0-0 12, Lvles 6 1-2 13, Jackson 2 0-0 4, Burks 4 2-2 10, Schrempf 0 1-2 1. Totals: 22 6-8 50. CALIFORNIA (54) Howell 3 4-4 10, Halev 2 0-2 4, McNamara 4 1-2 9, Hays 5 0-0 10, Chavez 9 2-2 20, Ritchie 0 1-3 1. Totals: 23 8-13 54. Halftime: California 30, Washington 30. Fouled oul: Chavez. Total fouls: Washington 17, Cal 13. Technicals: Howell. A; 5,200. UC RIVERSIDE (61) Moritz 2-0-4, Holt 6-5-17, Bell 2-4-8, Bibbs 5-6-16, Cason 3-2-8, McCracken 0-7-7, Griffin 0-1-1. Totals: 18-25-61. CHAPMAN (64) Sawyer 4-1-9, Spellman 7-4-18, Wright 3-3-9, Butler 6-1-13, Dickson 2-4-8, Barrow 3-0-6, Brady 0-1-1. Totals: 25-14-64. Halftime: Riverside 27, Chapman 24. Fouled out: Butler (0, Wright (C), Moritz (R). Technicals: None. (women's basketball J UCLA (85) Joyner 4-2-10, Jones 5-0-10, Thompson 7-7-21, Hegarty 2-3-7, Swenson 6-1-13, Hardy 4-0-8, James 2-0-4, Connoly 1-0-2, Horn 1-3-5, Thurston 2-1-5. Totals: 34-17-85. ARIZONA (68) Martin 3-1-7, Reinke 0-2-2, Bunlin 1-2-4, Roberts 2-1-5, Robertson 1-3-5, Darling 3-0-6, Overturs 4-11-19, Broaden 3-2-8, Smith 2-0-4, McFadden 4-0-8. Totals: 23-22-68 Halftime: 45-32. Fouled oul: Hardy (U), Bunion (A). Technicals; Arizona bench. UCLA is 5-2 in conference, 14-9 overall and at No. 17 rated Arizona SI. tonight. Junior college SBVC (61) McClaine 10-2-22, Sweginnis 1-0-2, Curtis 2-0-4, Durham 4-1-9, Pitts 3-0-6, White 9-0-18. Totals: 29-3-61. SANTA ANA (68) Bell 1-4-6, Johnson 4-3-11, Davis 6-4-16, White 1-2-4, Hardy 11-5-27, Williams 2-0-4. Totals: 25-18-68. Halftime: SBVC 33, Soma Ana 33. Fouled oul: Durham (S), McClain (S), While (S). Technicals: None. SBVC is 1-1 on the season and is at COD 7 p.m. Wednesday. transactions Friday's Sports Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES Signed Al Bumbry, outfielder, to a two-year contract. Signed Don Welchel, pitcher, to a one-year contract. NEW YORK YANKEES Signed Gene Nelson, pitcher. National League MONTREAL EXPOix-Signed Terry Francona and Pal Roonev, outfielders; Wallace Johnson, Brad Mills, Mike Cates and Dave Hosteller, intielders; Tom Wieghaus, catcher, and Tom Gorman, Bryn Smith, Bill Saltier, Bob James and JeH Taylor, pilchers. NEW YORK METS-Named Rusty Staub, first baseman, a plaver-coach. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association SEATTLE SUPERSONICS-Acauired Phil Smith, guard, from San Diego in exchange for Armond Hilt, guard, and a second-round draft Pick in 1982. FOOTBALL National Footbal League DENVER BRONCOS-Signed Terry Elslon, Nale Lundy and John Noonan, wide receivers; Arrington Jones, running back; Bruce Bvrom, center-guard; Gregg Gerken, linebacker; and Larry Vernon, kicker GREEN BAY PACKERS-Named Bob Schnelker offensive coordinator. SOCCER North American Soccer League VANCOUVER WHITECAPS-Signed Carl Valentine, forward, lo a six-year contract. ijc basketball MISSION CONFERENCE Today's Games Riverside at SBVC, 7 30 pm Citrus al Southwestern, 7.30 p.m. Palomar al San Diego, 7 30 p m. Saddleback, bye track MUrose Games At New York Men's Results MJe walk I, Jim Heiring, Athletic Attic, 5:59 57. 2, Todd Scully, Shore AC, 6 03.46. 60-yard high hurdles 1, Renaldo Nehemiah, Athletic Attic, 6.84 (meet record, old record 6.90 by Nehemiah 1979). 2, Willie Gaull, Tennessee, 7.06. 3, Rod Miiburn, unallached, Houston, 7.13. 40-yard dash 1, Stanley Floyd, Houston, 6.10. 2, Emmit King, Alabama, 6.14. 3, Mel Lattany, Alhlelic Attic, 6.15. 4, Herschel Walker, Alabama, Georgia, 6.22. Lorn jump I, Carl Lewis, unattached, Houston, 27 feet, 3J inches, (meet record; old record 26-10 by Igor Ter-Ovanevsan, USSR, 1963). 2, Larry Myricks, Athletic Attic, 25-KM. 500 yards I, Stanley Redwine, Arkansas, 56.29. W0 meters 1, James Robinson, Inner Cily AC, 1:47.51 (American 11-lap and meet record; old American record 1:48.1 by Mark Belger, Villanova, in 1978; old meet record 1:48.4 by Peler Lemashon, Texas-El Paso, in 1980). 2, John Marshall, Villanova, 1:4 7 84. 3. Mark Belger, Pacific Coasl Club, 1:48.19. IJJ00 meters 1, Don Paige, Athletic Attic, 220.42. 2, Antonio Paez, Spain, 2.2199. 3, Randy Wilson, Athletics West, 2:22 00. 400 meters 1, Bert Cameron, Texas-El Paso, 47.20 2, Ed Yearwood, Morgan Slate 47.40. 3, Willie Smith, Athletic Attic, 47.40. 400 yards 1, Antoine Blair, Philadelphia Pioneers, 109.04 (meet record, old record 1:09.4 by Chris Person, Maryland, in 1980). 2, Fred Sowerbv, D.C. International, 1:09.82. MJe runI, Steve Scott, Sub-4 Track Club, 3:55.37. 2, Tom Bvers, Alhlics West, 3:55.41. 3, John Walker, New Zealand, 3:55.62. 4, Jose-Luis Gonzalez, Spain, 3:56.12. 5, Ray Flynn, New Balance Track Club, 3:56 33. Pole vaurr-t, Earl Bell, Pacific Coast Club, 18-6''j (meet record; old record 18-1' by Dan Ripley, Pacific Coasl Club, in 1979). 2, Bill Olson, Pacific Coasl Club, U-4'i. 3, Brad Purslev, Abilene Christian, 17-8'. 4, Jean-Michel Bellol, France, 17-8"!. 5,000 meters I, Doug Padilla, Athletics Wesl, 13:20.55 (American and meel record; old records 13:20.4 by Suleiman Nvambui, Texas-El Paso, in 1981). 2, Nicholas Rose, Victory Alhlelic Club, 13:21.27. 3, Geoff Smith, Providence, 13:22.17. 4, Alberto Salazar, Athletics Wesl, 13:25.16. 5, Suleiman Nvambui, Texas-El Paso, 13:29.02. Hlgti lump I, Milton Goode, Jaguar Track Club, 7-7. 2, Dwight Stones, Pacific Coasl Club, 7-7. 3, Leo Williams, Navy, 7-4'4. Women's Results it-yird dash I, Chandra Cheeseborough, Tennessee Stale, 6.61. (meel record; old record 6.78 by Brenda Morehead, Police Alhlelic League 1979). 2, Jeanelte Bolden, Will's Alhlelic Club, 6.64. 3, Evelyn Ashford, Medalist Track Club, 6.69. 60-yard high hurdles I, lie, Candy Young, Fairleigh Dickinson, and Stephanie Highlower, Los Angeles Nalurile TC, 7.38 (world and American record; old record 7.47 by Highlower in 1980 and 1982, and Young 1982), 400-1, June Griffith, Slanford Track Club, 52.88. (American and meel record; old American record 53.27 bv Sharon Dabney, Ambler TC in 1978, old meel record 53.31 by Griffith and Gwen Gardner, Los Angeles Mercurettes in 1980). 00 meters 1, Delisa Walton, Tennessee, 2O4.70 (meet record; old record 2:05.6 by Madeline Manning, Oral Roberts Track Club, 2:05.6 in 1980). c local sports SBVC basketball San Bernardino Valley College continues its fight for a home-court advantage in the Shaughnessy basketball playoffs when it plays host to archrival Riverside City College in a 7:30 p.m. Mission Conference game tonight. Teams who finish second and third in the regular season receive a home-court advantage in the playoffs, which involve the second-through fifth-place teams. The playoffs champion faces the regular season champ to determine the conference's representative to the state playoffs. The third-place Indians, who have lost twice this season to RCC, come into the game 54 in MC play, 14-11 overall one game ahead of San Diego (4-5 in the MC, 11-12 overall) with three games left to go, including one with San Diego. SBVC baseball The baseball season officially opens for San Bernardino Valley College today when the Indians travel to Compton for a 1 p.m. game. University of Redlands basketball The University of Redlands is looking to avenge a 71-54 loss to La Verne when the two teams meet in SCIAC basketball at La Verne tonight at 8 o'clock. The Bulldogs (7-2 in league, 11-12 overall) also need the victory to keep pace with SCIAC leader Whittier (7-1) and set up an end-of-the-season showdown with the Poets at Redlands a week from tonight. Aquinas fall awards Sophomore running back Harold McClellan was named most valuable football player at Aquinas High School it was announced at the Falcons Fall Sports Banquet. Lea Snell was MVP in volleyball, Kim Yen and Barbara Fabcla in tennis, Billy Allen and Holly Hatch in cross country. Coaches awards went to Lisa Gonzales (tennis), Stephen Kruk and Robert Malouf (football), John Bachman (cross country) and Jo Garcia (volleyball). Mayor Bob Holcomb presented football coach Jack Henley with a proclamation honoring Aquinas for reaching the semifinals in the CIF. Letters went to 132 athletes in four sports. Bulldogs face DCR In track The UC Riverside track and field season opens Its 1982 season at home today at 1 p.m. when it plays host to the University of Redlands. Frank Assumma, the ex-Elsenhower HS star who won the NCAA Division II 1,500-mcter title last year, leads UCR. Youth soccer clinic The Soccer Centre (1200 E. Highland Ave., San Bernardino) conducts a soccer clinic today and the next two Saturdays at San Gorgonio HS for youths. Fee Is $3. The Soccer Centre (8850758) can be contacted for more details. Bicycle motocross A Bicycle Motocross for youths will be at the Yucalpa-Callmesa track today, with signups at 9 a.m. and the racing at 11 a.m. Wild wood LL tryoutf The S.B. Wlldwood Little League conducts tryouts and has final signups today at the 4400 N. Waterman park. Players aged 9 report at 9 a.m., those 10 at 10, those 11 at 11 and those 12 at noon. Those not signed should bring a parent, birth certificate and a glove. ' Silver Valley lelecieu Coach Rich Shlblcy of Silver Valley HS In Yermo was notified Friday by the CIF office that his basketball team had been selected as a free-lance team in the Small Schools playoffs, which begin next Friday. SVHS had an outstanding 16-5 record In Its first season, winning three tournaments. Girls Playoff canceled Since Cajon and Yucaipa had already qualified for the CIF girls basketball playoffs, the planned playoff game for second place in the San Andreas League was canceled Friday, athletic director Jack Wilkins said. San Bernardino (100) goes as SAL No. 1, Yucaipa (7-3) as No. 2 and Cajon 17 31 as No. 3. AYSO playoffs Area N American Youth Soccer Association championship playoffs are scheduled today at Serrano Intermediate School in S.B. At 9 a.m. the San Bernardino Lightning play the Running Springs Ladybugs for the girls Division V (9-10-year-old) championship. The Ladybugs drew a bye last week while the Lightning defeated the Redlands Broncos, 31. At 1:30 p.m. the San Bernardino Rebels play the Redlands Apollo for the boys Division IV title. Apollo drew a bye last week while the Rebels defeated Running Springs, 4-0. The winners of today's games advance to the Section 1 tournament at Upland next weekend. S.B. Pony signup San Bernardino Pony League will hold its final signups and tryouts for youths ages 13-14 today from 9 a.m. until noon and Sunday from 1-4 pm. at the Elks Field located at 40th St. and Waterman. Returning players are not required to sign up or try out. However, new players must attend at least one tryout. No fee is charged at time of signup, however, a league fee of 120 per player ($15 each for brotherssLsters) will be due on May 1. K of C-Klwanls LL signups The Knights of Columbus-Klwanis Little League of S.B. will have signups at Gutierrez Park (14th and Mt. Vernon) today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Those aged 6-12 are eligible to sign up. For more Information call Ray Gutierrez at 885-7813. The league Is In need of coaches and umpires. Dodgers vs. USC The Los Angeles Dodgers figure to start Cy Young Rookie of the Year award winner Fernando Valenzuela against USC In Sunday's workout, which is open to the public. The workout will begin at 1130 a m. with the game beginning at 1 p.m. Admission and parking are free. High jump I, Debbie Brill, Pacific Coasl Club, 6-4. 2, Colleen Rienstra, Wilt's Athletic Club, 6-4. 3, Louise Ritter, Pacific Coast Club, 6-2V M4e-1, Mary Decker, Athletics West, 4:21.47 (world record; old record 4:24.6 by Decker in 1982. 2, Leann Warren, Univ. of Oregon, 4:33.26. 3, Joan Hansen, Athletics West, 4:34 00. c prep wrestling Citrus Belt League Finals At Eisenhower Champions 101: Cunningham (Fontana); 108: Col-unga (Collon); 115: Mendoza (Colton); 121 Baeza (Eisenhower); 129: Aceves (Fontana); 135: Palmer (Pacific); 141: Childers (Fonlanal; 148: Roth (Eisenhower); 151: Wilson (Redlands); 161: Slidham (Pacific); 181: Goodwin (Eisenhower); 203: Evans (Fontana); Heavyweight: Meech (Eisenhower). Note: Second and third-place linishers also qualify for the CIF Sectionals. Names of those wrestlers were not made available by the CBL to The Sun. San Andreas League Finals At Victor Valley HS Top 2 qualify; 3rd is alternate 101: Sandoval (San Bernardino), Freund (Barslow), Bunda (Victor Valley); 108: Lemaster (Yucaipa), Pacheco (Barsow), Elzel (Caion); 115: Slone (Barslow), Scialoi (Yucaipa), Potts (Apple Valley); 122: Murga (Victor Valley), Deakin (Apple Valley), Green (Yucaipa); 129: Rodriguez (San Bernardino), Calavilla (Victor Valley), Ealon (Yucaipa); 135: Kruger (Victor Valley), Darl (Yucaipa), Olivara (Apple Valley); 141: Tripp (Yucaipa), Myers (Barslow), Eyster (Victor Valley); 148: Holmes (Victor Valley), Archer (Barslow), Ben (Apple Valley); 158: Clawson (Victor Valley), Filippini (Caion), Light (San Bernardino); 170: Hernandez (Victor Valley), Garcia (San Bernardino), Marquei (Caion); 188: Cavenaugh (Victor Valley), Oilzman (Apple Valley), Steele (Caion); 203: Liddle (Apple Valley), Weber (Victor Valley), Myhre (Yucaipa); Heavyweight: Barela (Barstow), Kingston (Victor Valley), Wooley (Yucaipa). 5urist League Finals At Elsinorv HS Top 2 qualify; 3rd is alternate 101: Dorame (Bloomingion), Heitz (Rim), Buchanon (Elsinore); 101: Alma-dovar (Bloomingion), McNully (Rim), Abrams (Elsinore); 115: Garcia (Blooming-ton), White (Noire Dame), Kirk (Elsinore!; 127; Biller (Elsinore), Picard (Noire Dame), Scorziell (Rim); 129: Areu (Bloomingion), Corlez (Elsinore), Walsh (Notre Dame); 135: Blassingame (Elsinore), Or- tega (Rim), Jenson (Noire Dame); 141: Wvall (Rim), Vevlutek (Elsinore), Ballard (Bloomington); 148: Veen (Elsinore), Jehue (Rim), Kelly (Bloomingion); 158: Castle (Elsinore), Ireland (Notre Dame), Wilson (Rim); 170: Flores (Elsinore), Dolinsky (Rim), Reynolds (Noire Dame); IM: Rabb (Elsinore), Ramirez (Noire Dame), Se-verens (Rim); 203: Klslner (Bloomington), Curry (Rim), Healy (Noire Dame); heavyweight: Slephenson (Elsinore), Payne (Bloomingion), Rumfalo (Rim), Team results: Elsinore 185, Bloomington 134'i, Rim 130, Noire Dame 92. RIALTO Fontana and Eisenhower led the Citrus Belt League by each winning four weight-division championships in Friday's CBL finals held at Ike. The CBL qualified its top three wrestlers from each division for the Eastern Sectionals which Ike will host Saturday Feb. 20. The fourth-place finishers are alternates. Ike's Pat Meech scored a surprise victory in the heavyweight division while Colton's Angel Mendoza continued his dominance in the 1 Impound class. Eisenhower's other champions were Peter Baeza (122), Pat Roth (148) and Shawn Goodwin (188). Three of Fohi's four titlists (Chad Cunningham at 101, Julio Aceves at 129 and Brad Childers at 141) came from the lower division, as did both of Colton's wrestlers. Perennial power Pacific ajso had two division champions. Byron Evans won at 203 pounds for Fontana, the CBL dual meet champ. The final stop of the prep wrestling season will be the State Championship, to be held March 5 and 6 at Independence High School in San Jose. Jackrabbits notch 6 SAL wrestling titles VICTORVILLE Victor Valley High School dominated Friday's San Andreas League wrestling finals held at WHS, with six of its wrestlers winning weight division championships. The winners and second-place finishers in the SAL tourney move on to Saturday's Eastern Sectional to be held at Eisenhower HS; third-place finishers will be alternates. The 1982 State Championships will be held March 5 and 6 at Independence High School in San Jose. Leading the way for WHS was senior Oscar Murga in the 122-pound class, who was one of four repeat-SAL champions. Also repeating as champions were Ronnie Rodriguez (125, San Bernardino), Jeff Tripp (141, Yucaipa) and Carlos Hernandez (170, Victor Valley). Murga, Rodriguez and Tripp all reached the 1981 State Championships held at Chico State. In all, Victor Valley had six champions and three runners-up. Junior Brent Kruger won the 135-pound division for WHS, as did 148-pounder Anthony Holmes. Also winning division titles for WHS were Scott Clawson (158) and Carlos Hernandez (170). No MVP award was made in the SAL finals. Bloomington 2nd on Sunkist mats ELSINORE Bloomington and Elsinore came out the big winners with a combined 12 division championships in the Sunkist League wrestling finals Friday at Elsinore High School. The Bruins, minus their late coach Everett Phelps, captured five championships and second place overall while Elsinore wrapped-up first place with seven championships. Division champions and runners-up move on to the Eastern Sectional to be held at Eisenhower HS Saturday; third-place finishers will be alternates. Bloomington sophomores Sammy Dorame and Tim Almadovar won championships in the 101 and 108 weight classes while juniors Anthony Garcia and Rob Klstner won titles in the 115 and 203 divisions. Senior Tary Areau won the 129-pound division. This is the first postseason competition leading to the State Championships which will be held March 5 and 6 at Independence High School In San Jose. UC Riverside loses, 64-61 ANAHEIM Forward Vance Spellman scored 18 points to lead Chapman to a 64-61 upset over UC Riverside in CCAA basketball Friday night. Chapman (3-7 in CCAA, 13-9 overall) knocked the Highlanders out of a four-way tie for first with Bakersfield, San Luis Obispo and Northridge. Forward Howard Holt led the Highlanders with 17 points and guard Melvin Bibbs added another 16. Bibbs had nine rebounds. UC Riverside (64 in CCAA, 14-8 overall), which had a four-game winning streak snapped, held a 27-24 lead at halftime lead over Chapman. Inland gains CIF playoffs CLAREMONT Inland Christian landed a spot in the CIF Small Schools playoffs by defeating American Christian, 69-63, and finishing second in the final Christian League standings Friday. Freshman forward Dave G DaSkefDall J the Saints. Senior center Paul Allen collected 16 rebounds. Inland rallied from a six-point deficit in the second quarter, and built a lead to 12 midway through the fourth quarter on Allen's two foul shots. The Saints are 13-8 overall record, 84 in league play. Two wins over Linfield, also 84, won them the CIF berth. "Everyone figured us to be doormats because we only had two guys coming back this year," said coach Ski Kazmierski. "But we hustled and earned everything we got." Charity Christian 43, Bloomington Christian 36 BLOOMINGTON Point guard Jim Grueser's 13 points didn't prove to be enough for Bloomington Christian as Charity Christian won a non-league contest. Bloomington Christian finished 1-14 overall, 1-11 in Heritage League play. Gretzky nets 70th in win Associated Press Wayne Gretzky scored his 70th goal of the season and added two assists, and -v a roundup I J Hockey League victory over the Washington Capitals. Gretzky is within seven goals of tying Phil Esposito's NHL League record. Rockies 9, Nordiques 2: Colorado center Veli-Pekka Ketola scored two second-period goals, igniting an eight goal outburst that led the Rockies to victory over visiting Quebec. Carlin scored 24 points and pulled down 10 re-prep bounds, while guards Cox added 16 and 14 points, respectively for Matti Hagman and Paul Coffey scored 31 seconds anarl lata in thn tKii-H I'" - vv. 411 Hit Hill 1 period Friday night to give the host Edmonton Oilers a 5-3 National

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