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   Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 6, 1995, Colorado Springs, Colorado                                 Gazette Tklkgraph Wednesday, Dec. 6.1995  SCOREBOARD  FOOTBALL  NFL standings  ANIMÌCM CoflfSFMM             Cnt                      W    L    T    Pet    PF    PA      BVUBIO    8    5    0    .615    269    260      inblanapolis    7    6    0    538 256 251      Miami    7    6    0    538    324    281      Nò» England    5    8    0    385    229    298      N Y Jets    3    10    0    231    199    318              Central                  « Pittsburgh    9    4    0    692    318    266      Cincinnati    5    8    0    385    296    314      Houston    5    8    0    385    280    277      Cleveland    4    9    0    308    231    295      lacksonviiie    3    10 Wl    0  tat    231    220    298      x-Kansas Cit>    1 ;    2    0    846    306    208      Oakland    s    5    0    .615    300    228      Denver        6    0    538    313    266      Son Diego    6        0    462    239    257      Seattle    6        0    462    285    303      National Conference                      Ea    at                      W    L    T    Pet.    PF    PA      Dallas    10    3        769    360    238      Philadelphia    8            615    263    281      Arizonij        9        308    217    336      N > i.ian(s            (•    308    233    279      Was'iinpnn            0    .308    258    299              Central                  Grop.- Ba>            0    692    336    259              fi    0    .538    331    320      ;>etio.i        6    0    538    331    309      Minnescia            0    538    331    310      lamps Bai        We    0  at    462    205    257      1 '.-incis.ri            0    692    362    ¡90                  0    538    298    287      Sl : ouis        b    0    538    237    297          f        0    462    241    257      •«I..S Oneans    6        0    462    270    295      . clinched division    title                          Saturday'    agamaa              (.leveland f    It Minn    esota, 10 30    a m             Today's  AM/ona at San Oicgo, 2 p m  Sunday's g«mM  Rjffaic at St Louis. 1 I a m  Nev^ Vofv Jets at New England. 1 l a m  t'i(3ianac)oiis at Jacksonville, 11 a rn  Orleans at Atlanta. 1 1 a m Son Francisco at Carolina. I 1 a m ;)a'ias at Ptiiiadeiphia. 1 1 a m ' nicagc at Cincinnati. 1 1 a r^ :>6t'0i1 at Houston. 1 ! a m Seattle at Denver, ? p m Pittstxjrgh at Oakland. 2 p.m Washington at Nevk YofV Giants. ? p :.:oer Ba> at Tampa Bay. 6pm Monday's game i City at Miami. 7 p.m  ''s line NFL  S*tunlay  Vi'.MtSOTA 9 Ovef Clevelano oif GO 9 over Anzona  Sunday  Ujlllas 9 ove' PHILADELPHIA SkriTaio ovef ST, LOUIS ATLANTA 5 ove New Oneans •«W ENGUND 7 over N V, Jets ciicago over ONCiNNATi iJeiroil a over HOUSTON aSn Francisco 15 over CAROL INA  fianapolis over JACKSONVILLE KLANO 2 over Pitlstwrgh NvER 7 over Seattle V Giants 3 over Washington Cjeen Bay ' over TAMPA BAV Monday MIAMI 3 over Kansas City  feASKETBALl  NBA standings         Eastern Conference              Atlantic DIvlalon                  W    L    Pet.    GB      New Yo'l-    13        765          Oliando    13    4    765          Miami    1 I        733          ^ew Jersey        8    467    5      Boston    6        400    6      Washington 6    9    400    6      [^iladelphii    1 2    13    133    10      Central DWIeMn              Chicago    13    2    867    __      Atlanta    9        563    4'/s      Nwians        6    467    6      Clevelano        9    438          Charlotte        10    412          Detroit    6    10    375    7V,      Milwaukee    5    10    333    8      toronlf    6    12    333    B^          Western Conference              MMweat DIvlalon                  W    L    Pet.    OB      rlOUSlü'    13        764          Utah    12    5    706          San Antonii    : 10    4    .714          Denver    6    9    .400    6      Dallas    6    10    375    6V3      Minnesota    3    i 1    2)4    m      Vancouvei    2    16    111    11'ij          Pacific Dlvlakm              Sacramente    > 12        750    _      Seattle    1 1    6    647    1      L A. Lakers    9    8    529    3^1      Portland    8    8    500    4      Phoenix    8    8    500          L A Clipper:    5 7    9    .438    5      Golden Stat    e 6    10    375    6     Tumday'a raaulta  Nev, vorv 92, Dallas 87 Indiana 108, Pniiafleipnia 91 Houston 103, Utah 100 San Antonio M 7. L A LaKers 89 Pnoeni. 112, Vancojver 108 Seattle 119. Toronto 89 Orlando at L-A Clippers  Today'a game« Oaiias al Philadelphia. 5 30 p.m Atlanta at Washington. 5 30 p.m Boston at Miami. 5 30p m Clevelano at Charlotte, 5 30 p m Ne» Yon< at Chicago. 6 p m Ney. Jersey at Minnesota, 6 p,m. I A UKers at Houston, 6 30 p,m, Orlando at GoMen State, 8 30 p,m  NBA summaries  Knicks 92, Mavericks 87  DAOAS 35-90 10-16 «7: Mashbum 8 23 5 8  ; :, Jones 3-6 0-0 6. Williams 1-3 12 3, JacKson h 1 1 0-0 13, Kidd 6 16 0-0 13, Hams 1 -3 OO 2. Meyer 2-6 0-0 1. Dumas 5 12 A-C 16, McCloua  jt 10 0-0 9  NEW YORK 33-74 24-27 92: Mason 4 5 6 6 OaWey 4 10 5 5 13. Ewing 9-20 4-6 22, blarks 3 10 0 0 6, Harpei 7 12 0-0 16, Grant 0-3 3 3 3, Smith 3 9 5 6 11 M Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Oavis 3-5 117  Oallai 26 19 18 24—87  New rotk 31 21 24 16—92  3PG — Dallas 7 ?! iMcCioud 3-6. Dumas 2-3, Jackson 1 I, Kido 14, Jones 0 1. Meyer O-l, Mashpum 0 5i. N<!« vorv 2 11 (Harper 2-5. Smith  0 1. Davis 0 2. Starxs 0 3i Reba — Dallas 54 (MdshDum 13;. Nev^ Yon. 5) (Ewing 12) Aaata — Dallas 22 (Kidd Masnuum 6), New Vofl< 19 iSldrlis. Harper 5l  Pacers 108, 76ers 91  PHILADELPHIA 29 66 29^1 91  Weainerspoon 3 8 2 6 8, Higgins 3-9 0-0 6, Wrighl 5 11 5-6 15. Manwell 11 20 10-12 35. StacKhouse 7 13 11 15 ?6, Williams 0 1 12 1. Dumas 0-0 0-0 0, Gran! 0 2 0 0 0, Walters 0 I  U-0 0  INDIANA 39-77 25-33 lOSi McKey 6 1 I 2 2 13. L) Davis 6 12 ) 4 13. Smits 5-8 6-6 16, Miller ' :3 5 6 23. JacKson 5 10 1 3 II. A Davis 3-4  1 j 9. Johnson 3-5 0 0 6 Workman 0 2 0-0 0. p.wcc 3 9 6-8 is.ferreli 1 1 0 0 2. Best 0 I I 1 ; bchint/ius O 1 0-0 0  PhlladalpWa 30 16 19 26— 91  Indiana 27 23 25 33—108  3P0 — Ptiiladelphia 4 13 (Maxwell 3 6. Stack ■itiuse 12. Gram 0 1. Walters 0 1. Higgins 0 31 ndiana 5 9 (Miller 4 5. Pierce 12. McKey 0 I /vorKman 0-1) Raba — Philadelphia 46 iWnght Ah. Indiana 48 (D Davis 15i Aaata — Phiiadei .I'lia 14 (Manwell 7). Indiana 27 (Jackson 13i  Spurs 117, Ukers 89  L.A. LAKERS 34-82 21-31 89: Ceballos 4 1 I , i 16, Campp«» 4 10 1 19, Divac 2 9 5-8 9 ,ui.es 3 7 3 4 9, van Enei 5-12 13 11, Blount . 4 00 4. Threat! 6 13 3 4 15. Lynch 4 7 0-0 8. iliong 1 4 0 0 2, Rotjens 3 3 0-0 6, Miller 0 2  iO  SAN ANTONIO 44-87 20-23 117: Ellioll 8 13 4 22. Anderson 2 3 0 0 4, RoDinson 9-1 7 6 8 .ia. Uet NegfO 4 9 4-4 13, ^ohnso^^ 5-10 3 3 13. Ii-rstvi 6 9 I I 17. Perdue 13 0-0 2. Heid 1 3 .'2 4. Lonaus 0 3 0 0 0. Rivers I 3 0-0 3. (jcnipsC-8 1 ! 13 Herrera 16 0-0 2 L.A. Uker» 18 20 27 24— 89  San Antonio 31 24 34 28—117  3PG — los Angeles O 10 (lynch 0-1. Strong 0 i. CePailos 0-2. Iones o 2 Van Eiel 0-2, Inreati 0 2i. San Antonio 9 14 (Person 4 7. Ellion 3 3. Del Negro II. Rivers : ;. Lohaus 0 2i Raba — Los Angeles 49 (CeDallos 7, San Antonio 55 (Perdue 8) Aaata — los Angeles 20 (Jones Trireatt. Lynch 4j. San Antonio 27 (Johnson I 3i  Rockets 103, iazz 100  HOUSTON 34-73 25-3S 103: Hon> 8 10 4 5 25, Brown 1) 0-0 2, Olajuwon 8 20 9 14 25, Drerier 4 14 6-8 17. Smith 13 11 3. Bryant 2 4 0 I 4. Cassell 5 13 4 5 14. Chilcuti 0 0 0-0 0. Eiie 5-8 1113. Jones 0-0 0-0 0  UTAH 33-86 29-34 100: Russen 4-8 0 0 9. Malone 6-18 15-19 27, Spencer 3-6 0-0 6, Mor ris 7 15 4-5 21. Stockton 5 9 5 5 15. Homacek 4 14 3-3 1 1. Benoit 1-5 2 2 5 Can 0 2 0-0 0,. roster 3-9 0-0 6. Keete 0-0 0-0 0 Houaton >7 30 33 23—103  Utali SO 20 32 18—100  3P0 — Houston 10-24 (Horry 5-7. Dre«ler 3-7. Elie 2-4. Smith 0-1. Casseli 0 5), Utah 5-15 (Moms 3-8. Russell 1 -2. Benoit I 2, Malone 0-1 StocWon 0 1. Homocek 01). Raba — Houston 39 iDtexier 10), Utah 47 (Malone 12i Aaata —  Houston 20 lOlajuwon 6). Utah 20 (Stockton 121  Suns 112, Grizzlies 108  VANCOUVER 41.78 19-24 108: King 2 8 2 2 6. Harvey 4-5 0-0 8. Reeves 2 4 0-0 4. Edwards 8 18 2-2 22 Anthony 7 13 7 8 22. MoOley 4 8 4 8 12. Avent 6 8 0 0 12, ScotI 5 9 2 2 14 Martin 3-5 2 2 8  PHOENIX 43-80 26-34 112: finley 10 18 5 6 25. BalVley 9 13 6 9 24. Williams 2 2 0 0 4. Pe' son 4 9 3 4 11. lohnson 6 118 9 20. Green I 5  1 2 3. Pcrrv 1 2 1 2 3. Tisdalc 2 4 2 2 6. Smith 4 1 1 0-0 8. (-an 0 0 0 0 0 Kleine 4.5 0 0 8 Vancouver 19 22 31 36—108 PItoanli 32 23 32 25—112  3P0 — Var>couver 7 14 (Edwards 4 7 Scott  2 4. Anthony 1 2. Martin 0 I i. Phoeni» 0-1 (John son 0 1 i Ratia — Vancouver 4 l (Avent 81, Phoe nn 46 (Barkley 12) Aaata — Vancouver 28 (td »s'ds 7|. Pnoenii 30 (Johnson 9|  Sonics 119, Raptors 89  TORONTO 34-83 13-24 89: Anderson 0 3 0 0 0, Pinckney 0 3 2 2 2, Miller 4 9 1 19, Rohertson 4 9 I 2 9, Stoudamire 3 10 3-4 10. Murray 9 14  0 4 23, Salley 1 3 0 0 2, Esoosno 2 5 2 4 7. King  3 7 0-0 6, Rogers 3-6 3 5 10 Tabal 3 9 0 0 (v Ean 2 5 12 5  SEATTLE 41-79 33 43 119: Kemp 6 8 9 12 21, Schremp» 5-8 4-4 14 Bnckowsk 1 2 0 0 2, Hawkins 5-7 5-5 16, Paylon 7 16 3 3 18 John son 4-8 2-2 10. Askew 1114 3 PerVms 5 10  2 2 14, Wingale 3 7 0 16. Schemer 13123 Snow 2 3 2 4 6, Eord 16 4 4 6  Toronto 28 IS 23 23— 89  SaattK 29 27 39 24—119  3P0 — Toronto 8 I 7 (Murray 5-6. Stoudamire 12, Rogers I 2 Esposito 1 4, Anderson 0 1. Ro Drotson 0 21. Seattle 4 16 (Pen<ins 2 4. HawVms  1 2. Paylon 13. Bnckowsk. 0 1. Schcffler 0 2 ford 0-4) Raba — Toronto 49 (Miller. Rob orison. Tabak 5). Seattle 59 (Johnson, Kemp 9) Aaats — Toronto 18 (Stoudamire. Robertson 5). Seattle 26 (Paylon 9l  Men's college scores  EAST  Canisius 82. Buffalo 75 Columbia 73, Anny 59 Eairfleld 73. SE Missoun 65 Harvard 92. Holy Cross 64 r4avy84. St Mary s. Md 59 Rhode Island 78. Northeastern 61 St Bonaventure 77. Niagara 55 SI Francis, NV 87, Morgan St 69 Syracuse 97. St John's 72 SOUTH  Ala Bmingham 41, South Alabama 39  Aiabarna St at Jacksonville St. ppd  Bethune Cookman 67. Moms Brown 61  George Washington 76. James Madison 68  Hampton u 83. Citadel 66  Memphis 89. Georgia St 69  Michigan 69. LSU 68  Mississippi St 1 23. Troy St 73  Murray Si 94. Arkansas St 82  N C Wilmington 73. Davidson 56  Richmond 73. Radford 67  Samford 67. Austin Peay 63  South Elonda 67. Old Dominion 61  Tulane 78. Florida St 77  Vandcrbilt 61. Virginia 48  Villanova 70. Miami 68  MIDWEST Ball St 103. AlcomSt 60 Bowling Green 91. Defiance 60 Bradley 78. St Louis 68 Iowa 78. N. Iowa 73 Wis Milwaukee 69. W Illinois 67 Wisconsin 94. Wnght St. 91 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 1(34. Missoun 93 Bayioi 111. Prame View 85 Lamar 108. Concordia Lutheran 91 Tenas I 10. Texas-San Antomc 98  FARViflEST Arizona 84. Montana 66 Bngham Young 76. Utah St 52 California 83. San Francisco 70 Idaho St 86. Rocky Mountain 61 New Mexico 86. Anzona St 79 Pepperdine 90. CS Nofthndge 81 Regis 76. Air Force 65  Men's college summaries Villanova 70, Miami 68  VILIANOVA (6-0) 25-49 17-22 70: Eber? 4 9 I I 10, Komegay 15 0-0 2. LSwson 11 0 0 2, Williams 5-8 7 9 17. Kittles 7-17 5-5 20. Bigus 4-5 2-5 10. Penn 2-3 2 2 6, Brown 110-0 3  MIAMI (3-1) 26-64 8 11 68: Clan. 4 9 2 2 12. Pearson 0-3 3-4 3. Frazier 5 10 0 0 11. Eraser 5 10 2 2 12. Noms 2-8 0-0 5. Rosa 2-3 0-0 6. Edwards 3 7 0-0 8. Rich 1-5 1-2 3. James  3 7 0-1 6. Davis 1 2 0-0 2. McCormick 0-0 0-0 0 Halftim« — Villanova 37, Miami 34 3P0 —  Villanova 3 9 (Brown 11. Kittles 13. Eber7 13 Williams 0-2). Miami 8 20 (Clark 2-3. Rosa 2 3, Edwards 2-5, Fra/ier 13, Noms 1-6) Raba — Villanova 28 (Kitties 6). Miami 39 (Rich 7). Aaata  — Villanova 15 (Williams 7). Miami 15 (Noms 4)  Michigan 69, Louisiana State 68  MICHIGAN (6-2) 25-63 14-31 69: Taylor 2 7  3 7 7. ward 4 10 12 11. Bastón 3-5 4-8 10. Coman 2 5 12 6. Bullock 4 12 2-4 12, Fife 0 1 0-0 0. White 7-160-014. Traylor 3-73-89  LOUISIANA STATE (2-3) 25-64 14-29 68: Washington 0-4 0 4 0. Rubchenkc 4-5 0-0 10, Sheppard 0-1 13 1. Nabors 4 12 0 1 9. Hender son 9-19 8 9 27. Nolley 0-6 0 3 0. Bosley 0-0 0-0 0. Carter 2-6 3-6 7. Mutavdzic 6-1 12-3 14  Halftlma — Michigan 32, LSU 28. 3P6 — Michigan 5 20 (Ward 2-6, Bullock 2 9. Conlan I-2. Fife 0 1, White 0-2). LSU 4 23 (Rubchenko 2-3. Nabors I 4. Henderson i 6. Caaer 0-2. Washing ton 0 3. Nolley 0 5). Reba — Michigan 46 (Taylor lOi. lSu 49 (Mutavdnc 10) Aaata — Michigan 1 3 .Taylor. Bullock 3). LSU 1 1 (Nabors 5)  Mississippi sute 123, Troy SUte 73  TROY STATE (1-4) 26-74 10 13 73: Padgett  6 14 0-0 14. BnstOI 11 1 2-5 4. Black 6 15 4-4 18. Ball 5 12 0-0 13. Minnefleld 4 10 2 2 U [Xmaldson 3-8 0 0 8, Spann 0 2 2-2 2, Googe 1 2 0-0 3  MISSISSIPPI STATE (4-0) 47 72 17-23 123:  Jones 7-10 6 7 21. Walters 5 7 11 11. Dampier  7 110 1 14. Bullard 7-8 12 20, D Wilson 9 14  4 6 26. Hughes 12 0 0 2. B Wilson 2 3 0-0 4. Hyche 3-6 3-3 10. Washington 4 7 l 2 9 Ed mondson 2-4 116  Halftlma — Mississippi State 56. Troy State 38. 3P0 — Troy St 1 1-42 (Padgett 2 5. Bnstol  0 7. Black 2 9. Ball 3 7, Minnefleld 15, Donald son 2 6. Spann 0 1. Googe 12 ). Miss St 12 23 (Jones 1-3. Bullard 5-6. D Wilson 4-6, Hughes  01, Hyche 1-4, Edmondson 13) Raba — Troy St 26 (Bristol. Ball 6). Miss St 52 (D Wilson 91 Aaata — Troy St 12 (Ball 6¡. Miss St 31 (Bullaid  Vanderlrilt 61, Virginia 48  VANDERBILT (5-1) 22-67 11-22 61: Evans 7 155-8 19.Maddux5 14 14 12.Bates I 500  2. Pnde 0 7 4-6 4. Seckar 6 14 0 0 17. Cugim  1 5 0-0 2. Whitehead 15 12 3, DiSpaitro 1 i 0-0 2. FwO 0-1 0-2 0  VIRGINIA (2-2) 22-62 3-9 48: Nolan 3 6 0 0 6, Co,Alexander 5 10 1-2 11 Ch Alexander 2 6  0 2 4, Staples 5)401 1 !. Deane 1 12 2 2 4. Robinson 4-9 0-0 8. Johnsori 1 4 0-0 2. Meth eney I 10 2 2  Hamima — VandertJilt 29, Virginia 24 3PQ  — vanderbiit 6-21 (Seckar 5 10. Maddux 13. Cugini 0 1, Ford 0 1. Evans 0 1, Pnde 0-5). Vir ginia 1 18 (Staples 1 9. Johnson 0-1. Deane 0-8) Raba— vandertHlt 51 (Evans. Cugini 1 1). Virginia 40 (Cn.Alexander lOi Aaata — VanderDiii 12 (Pride 6|. Virginia 13 (Robinson 8)  Iowa 78, Nortiiem Iowa 73  IOWA (6-1) 26-56 23-33 78: Murray 3 9 3 4 9. Semes 8 1 3 2 2 20. Millard 1-7 2 4 4. wooiridge 4 5 4 6 12. Glasper 0-3 0 0 0. Kings bury 4 10 5 9 13, McCauslana 0-0 0-0 0, Bowen 3 5 6-e 12, Koch 3-4 12 8, Helmers 0-0 0-0 0  NORTHERN IOWA (2 1) 28-69 7-13 73: Daisy 9 2i 14 23, Vandeven 2 3 0-0 4, Sims 5-8 I 2  1 1, Devnes 2 5 2 2 6 Carpenter 6-12 0-0 16, D/u'io 0 2 0-0 0, Robinson 19 3 4 5, Brus 3-8 0 1 6 Heying 0 10-0 0  Halftlm« — lowa 37 Northern lowa 33 3P0  — lowa 3 12 (Settles 2 3, Koch 1 I, Millard 0 I Murray 0 2, Kingsbury 0 5l, Norlnern lowa 10 25 ¡Carpenter 4 5, Daisy 4 7, Devnes 2 4. Brus 0 3, Robinson 0 6) Raba — lowa 52 (Settles 15), Northern lowa 25 (Sims lOi Aaatt — lowa 1 I iWooliidge 5), Northern lowa 16 iCarpenle' 7;  Memplils 89, Georgia State 69  OEOflOU STATE (0 3) 25-66 15 17 69: Wu  .lains 2 7 0 0 4, Brandon 8 20 10 10 26 ! Wngnt 1 2 2 2 4, Hamilton 4 10 2 2 10 Pinkett 5 ¡4 0 0 12, Rhine 2 5 0 0 5, loomer 00000 licrtr, 0 112 1 Hight 0 I 0 0 0 Evans 3 6 0 i  MEMPHIS (44)) 31-69 20 33 89: Wilson 3 !  0 0 t. 2! 25 Gates  0, Uav 0-0 0,  1 5 1 10 I  ? 5 13 I Wright 69 13 1 25 Gamer 3 8 3 4 9  2 2 .  1 0 1  too;  0 0 0 J  2 Georgia bl 33 3P<! ikel' 2 e Ri-.nc i : ighl 0 : Hamilton 0 ;, 10 Davis ; / Hender  rler.oersoi Johnson 4 0-0 2. A = i ; 0 0 3. Newni, ulier 0 0 0 0 0  Halftlma — Memphis i — Georgia St 4 16 iPn tvaris 1 2 Brandon 0 2. H Memphis 7 22 iJohnso»- 5 son 1 4, Finch 0 2. Gales 0 2 Forrest 0 l. Gamer  0 il Raba — Georgia St 3£ iBrandon 13). Memphis 44 iL Wnghi 1 7) AaaU — Georgia St 13 (Rhine 4), Memphis 18 (Johnson. Gamer 5!  Arkansas 104, Missouri 93  MISSOURI (4 1) 26 72 38-47 93: Thames 5 8 5-6 15. Grimm 0 3 7 8 7 Simeon Haley is '.5 1117, Moore 0 3 2 4 2, Winfield 4 16 4 6 ;2 late 18 0 0 2, Sutherland 6 8 18 20 32, Sam mie Haley 0 1 12 1, Hardge 12 0 0 2 Walthei  1 I 0-0 3. Allouche 0 6 0 0 0, Murdock 0 i 0 0 0  ARKANSAS (4-2) 35-8 1 25-40 104: Hall 5 9 0 2 12. Hood 4 11 1-4 9, Wilson 4 5 2 4 10, Pate 6-21 2 4 17, Reid 5 14 11 14 22, AaePayo 6-9 1-2 13. Bradley 2-6 3-4 9 Davis 2 5 56 10 Thompson 1 10-0 2, Williams 0-0 0 0 0  Halftlma — Arliansas 59 Missoun 49 3P0 — Missoun 3 10 (Suthenand 2 3, Waither 1 1, (Srimrri a 1. Tate 0-1, Muidock 0 1, Allouche 0 3i, Aftiansas 9-24 (Pate 3 11. Hall 2 3. Bradley 2 6 Davis 11. ReiO 1 -3), Raba — Missoun 55 (Tate )2), AOiansas 46 (Adibayo 10) Aaata — Mis soun 13 (Tate 5). Arkansas ) 6 (Reid 7i  Regis 76, Air Force 65  REGIS (8-0) 25-53 22-36 76: Boyd 5 10 3 6 13. Cox 2 4 3 4 7, Hams I -4 5 6 7. Gibsor 0 1 00 0 Feddema 2 7 6 9 10 S/-.-iri 11345  Tncf 6 11 ; ; 1 - Hrpol.s 0 2 12 1 Conm 8 13 2 2 ili  AIR FORCE (2 21 23-47 17 27 65: Kay 0 3  üO 0, Nelson ' 9 2 2 16, Freeman 2 5 4-5 8. Reese 3 ■ 3 10 Minton 3 7 14 7. Parker 0-0 12 1, Horm 411 0 0 9. Kilgore 0-0 2 2 2. Gorey  0 1 14 1. n,irren 4 4 3 3 11  Halftlm« — Air ( orce 35. Regis 30 3P0 — Regis 4 1 1 (Gihson 0 1, Feddema 0-2. Trice 4-8), Air force i2 10 iReese 14. Minton 0-2. Honn 1 4! Rab« — Regis 34 (Cronin 7); Air Force 34 iNeison, freeman 7, Aaata — Regis 13 (Gityson, Cronin ji All Forre 1 3 (Freeman, Minton 41  CU-Colorado Springs 81, Colorado College 68  cu COLORADO SPRINGS (3-SI 29-61 17 25  81: Oickson 0 1 8 10 8. Williams 9 12 I 2 20, Cavaros 5 9 3 4 13 Stamos 0 1 0 0 0 Hellem ; t 0 0 3, Wvnn 4 5 12 9, Hess 7 11 0-0 17  1 ipirr l. 3 4 1 2 8, isom O I 3 5 3  COLORDO COLLEGE (5-2) 22-54 19-26 68: longin,-, 10 23 4 4 25, Pfalier 4-6 12 12, Baskin  3 fi 9 11 16 Cicerelli 0 3 0 2 0, Heger 1-64-46. Pr-atkXty 2 4 0 0 4 Pmllips 0 2 0 0 0. Kellbach  2 ; 1 3 5  Halftlma — (iCCS 35. CC 24 3P0 — UCCS b ¡2 (Dickson n I. Williams I ). Hellem 1-5. Hess 3 4. Fleiicl. 1 11. CC 5 25 (Longino 1 14, Pfalier 3 3. Baskin I -1. CicereHi 0 3. Heger 0 2. Peahofl, 0 1, Phillips Oil Rab — UCCS 34 (Ca vo.-os , Wynn 8| CC 30 (Baskin 8) Aaat — UCCS 14 (Cavazos 4) CC 12 (Pfalrer, Baskin 4|  Women's college scores  EAST  Asriland81. Edinboro 74 Binghamton St 85, New Palt; St 4 7 Boston College 76. St. John s 61 Bucknell 61. Rider 60 Castleton St 73, Atlantic Union 23 Cortland St 59, Oneonta St 45 Dickinson 88, Catholic U 71 GcneseoSt 98. Frodoma St 51 Hartwick 67. Elmira 56 lohns Hopkins 7 1, Washington. Md 6 1 Kutnov»n 50, Bowie St 45 Lebanon Val 74. Susquehanna 65 Marist 80. Army 57 Marymouht. Va 69. Salisbury St, 58 Meogar Evers 61. New Rochelle 42 Muhlenberg 79. Haverford 39 N.J Tech 82. Mount St Vincent 48 Pitt lohnstown 83. Mansfield 55 Potsdam St 62. Piattsburgh St. 57 Rt^est^-'Téch 45. Roberts Wesieyan 43 St BÌDfiaventurc 95. Canisius 86 St Rose 90. Mercy. N.V. 57 Trenton St 69. Kean 52 union. NV 72. Utica67.30T W Connecticut 59. Mass Boston 4 I W Maryland 67. Franklin & Marshall 53 SOUTH  Bndgewater.Va 72. Washington i l ee 45 tlon 89. Limestone 59 Cmory & Henry 88. Lynchburg 70 Fionda Memorial 87. St Leo 7 1 Freed Hardeman 74. Brescia 68 Georgetown. Ky 69. Indiana Southeasi 49 Lee 74, Berry 61  lenoir.Rhyne 76, S C-Spananburg 66  Lincoln Memonal 66. Carson Newman 61. OT  Mary Washington 74. Christopher Newport 70  Maryland 91. Howard U 48  Mississippi 74. Memphis 73  N C Wesieyan 73. Chowan 40  N C Asheville 66, WofTord63  Pikeville 7 1. Sue Bennett 57  Rio Grande 100, Kentucky Chnsiion 81  Shorter 52. Tenn Wesieyan 5 :  St. Augustine's 78. St Paul s 50  Tennessee St 102. Tenn Tempie 44  union. Ky. 78. Cumbenand K, 70  union, Tenn 86, Harding 66  va Commonwealth 69 Liberty 46  Virginia St 94 N C Central 45  Virginia Union 72, Livingstone 45  W Kentucky 81 Kentucky 61  Wingate 75, Francis Manon 63  Wnghtst 66 t Kentucky 63  MIDWEST Augustana.s 0 76, Wayne. Neb 62 Beioil 84. Rochford 22 Ceni Methodist I IO Hannibai-LaGrange 61 Chadror St 78. 5 Dakota Tech 66 Ci->e 62 Gnnneli 48 Dana 71. Mount Many 65 Doane 65. Penj St 55 Edgewood 52, Lakeland 45 Eureka 7 I. Eimnurst 68 Evangel 64, Culvei-Stockton 54 Ind -Pur Ft Wayne 73 Hunfngion 6 I Judsongi.lnd South Bend 8! Madonna 84. Albion 63 Marian. Wis 70 Milwaukee Fng 44 Miami. Ohio 89. Xavier, Ohio 69 Mill.kin 75, Illinois Col 70 Mount St Josepn 62, Cedanviiie 53 Mount union 73, John Carroll 46 NE Illinois 64. St louis 62 Northern Si .S D 82. Dakota Weslyn 65 Northwd. Mich 82, Olivel 4 1 Olterbein 76, Heidelberg 65 l^irdue-Caiumet 92, Tnnity 111 42 SIO Ldwarosville 84, McKendree 63 Siena Heights 83, Tiffin 62 Spnng Artmr 79, Goshen 6 i SI Ambrose 58, Cent Iowa 53 SI Norbert 7 I, Carroll. Wis 60 In state 73. Indiana Wesieyan 62 Wis Green Bay 73, Marquette 51  SOUTHWEST Cent. An^ansas 86. Williams 62 Concordia Lutheran 86. Howard Payne 84 Lubbock Chnstian 83. Sul Ross St 64 Midwestern St., Texas 75, Cameron 70 SE Oklahoma 95, Texas Wesieyan 57 SW Oklahoma 71. Phillips 68 Southern Meth 96. Oklahoma 87 Texas Christian 78, Texas-San Antonio 58 Texas-Pan American 63, Praine view 45 Waylano Baptist 103. McMurry 52  FAR WEST Lewis-ClarV St. 69. Albertson 65 w Baptist 80, George Fox 71  Women's college summaries Mississippi 74, Memplils 73  MEMPHIS (4-3) 28-63 10-16 73: Allen 7 13  4 4 2!. Johnson 6130-0 16. Sölden 0-1 0-00. Newion 1 -6 0-0 2, Matthews 5 10 3-6 13. Phillips  0 2 0 0 0, Fedric 2-4 0-0 4. Murray 0 2 0-0 0. Whitmore 7 12 3-617  MISSISSIPPI (4-1) 28-61 14-19 74: Johnson  1 4 0 0 2, Craig 5-8 12 12, Moore6 130-0 12. Miller 3 8 1 2 8. Seybert 5 9 5-5 17. Bethley 4 10 4 7 12. SideeO-4 2 2 2. Dobbs4-5 119  Halttlma — Mississippi 36. Memphis 26. 3P0 — Memphis 7 14 (Johnson 4-5. Allen 3,5, New-ion 0 2. Phillips 0 1, Whitmore 0-t), Mississippi 4 14 (Seybert 2 5. Craig 12, Miller 1-4, Bethley 0 I. Sidee 0 21. Reba — Memphis 43 (Johnson lOi. Mississippi 31 (Johnson 9). Aaata — Mem priis 20 (Murray 7). Mississippi 15 (Sidee, Craig  Western Kentucky 81, Kentucky 61  KENTUCKY (3-3) 16-63 21-29 61; Mitchell  2 1 I 2 2 7. Roberts 7 14 10 13 28, Jansen 1-4  0 ! 3, Swarens-Beickman 1-7 0 0 2, Denkins 1 4  1 2 3, Webb 0 0 2-2 2, Manning 0-0 12 1, Wait 4 12 5 7 15, Tillman 0 1 0-00  WESTERN KENTUCKY (2-2) 26-51 24-33 81: wamer 13 21 4. Reed 4 7 0-0 9, Lunsforo 6 9 12 13. Gamble 3 5 6 6 14. Bronner 5 7 2 2 12 Pinnii 1-4 13 3. Allen 1 2 0-0 2. Huisman 12 2 2 4, Heikkila 2 3 0 0 5. Townsend 2-8 6-9 1 1. Hartley 0-1474 Halftlma — W Kentucky 4 1, Kentucky 26.  3 Point goals—Kentucky 8 30 (Roöeits 4-8, Wait 2-8, Jansen 13. Milche» 19, Swarens-Beickman 0 1. Tillman 0-)). W Kentucky 5-9 (Gamb)e 2 2. Reed 1 1 Heikkila 1 2, Townsend 1 3, wamer  0 1.1 Raba — Kentucky 29 (Roberts 7), w. Ken tucky 43 (Warner 10) Aaata — Kentucky ]0 (Mitchell 6), w Kentucky 18 (Wamer. Gamble 4)  Women's exhibition summary Team USA 110, George Wasliington 37  TEAM USA 39-81 24-32 110: McGhee 7 17 ' 8 21, Leslie 4-8 4-6 12, Edwards 3-3 0-0 8, Swoopes 7 9 0 0 16, McCray 6-8 2-2 16, Bolton 18 4 6 6, az2i 2-6 0-0 6, Steding 2-8 13 5, McClain 2 3 2 2 6, Lobo 5-11 4-5 14  GEORGE WASHINGTON 13-42 8-12 37: Apra nam 2 1)3 4 7. Cermignano 3 9 0-0 9, Han 4 5  1 1 9, Lonergan 0 3 0-0 0. Lincoln 0 0 0-0 0. Iurr^er 2 -5 1 2 5, Atcher 110-12, Annie 0-0 0-0 0, Perah 17 12 3. Deas 01 2 2 2, Dolan 0 0 0 00  Halftlma — Team USA 60, George Washing lui: 22 3P0 — Team USA 8 17 (Edwards 2 2 bwoopr.-s 2 2. McCray 2 3, Bolton 0 2, A271 2 5, bicding 0 3, George Washington 3 12 (Cemiig •lanL 3 9 Han 0 1 Perak 1 2i Raba — Team use 50 (McGriee 131, George Washington 28 iCf:iif,an.-, 71 Aaata — Team USA 27 (Az/i 5, LODO b, i>r.-orge Wasnirigton 6 (Cermignano 2,  HOCKEY         NHL standings                  Eastern Conference                  Atlantic DIvlalon                  W L T Pta    GF    OA          ¡4 ■■ 1 39    95    65      Ptíiiíiijflpn,    : • - 4 38    100    64      \ 1 Kjngt    , ■ fc <37    102    79      Nev. lersL'i    ;.. : . i 27    69    64      Wosr-.ingt.j,    I . i ^ 24    68    72      lai.ilia (3a,    ■■ 23    74    91      \ > isidiij    l-'S ;(; J 15    68    100          Nonhaaat Division                  .,■ 5 3 37    125    77          i 1 ! 25    73    76          ; . ': 2 2 24    77    75      Ivftli,-    :•• II 4 24    90    96      ■urVjr    y 2 20    58    73          fc lb 1 13    62    99          Western Conference                  Central DIvlalon                  W L T Pti    OF    OA          ; ■ t. 36    103    61      ■A ni,|[«.,(;    : : ,j 29    95    87              86    78          li 1. .'b    88    80          ,, .. 2e    69              , h I 24    69         Pacific DIvlalon  ColoraiJo 16 7 4 36 1 19 80  Los Angeles MIO 6 28 87 86  Anaheim 1115 2 24 87 90  Vancouvei 7 11 " 21 89 99  Edmonton 7 14 5 19 67 101  Calgary 5 16 6 16 65 95  San lose 4 19 4 12 BO 130  Tuaaday'a raaulta Boston 6, Dallas 4 Pittsburgh 6, N V Islanders 3 Florida 4. Washington 3 Toronto 4. Ottawa 1 Detroit 5. Philadelphia 3 Colorado 12 San lose 2 St louis I. Calgary 1 Edmonton at Vancouver  Today'a famaa N Y Islanders at Hartford. 5pm Now Jersey at Montreal. 5 30 p m Chicago at N.Y Rangers. 5 30 p m Anaheim at Tampa Bay. 5 30 p m Winnipeg at Los Angeles. 8 30 p m  NHL summaries Avalanche 12, Sliarks 2  SanJoaa 0 0 2—2  Cokwado 6 4 2—12  Flrat period — i Colorado. Kamensky 12 ILeschyshyn. Forsberg). 4 46 2 Colorado. Ricci 3 (Oíoiinsn, Deadmarsh), 7 43 3 Colorado, Fors berg 11 (Kovalenko, Woianin). 9 30. 4. Colorado. Kamensky 13 (Kovaienko). 13 05 5. Colorado. Rucinsky 4 (Deadmarsh, Footel. 14 U 6 Colo rado. Sakic 1 7 (Forsborg). 19)8  Sacond period — 7 Colorado, voung 4 iSakic. Slaneyi. 3 38 8 Colorado, voung 5 (Simon. Sakicl. 9 51 (ppl 9 Colorado. Kovalenko  11 (Forsberg. KamenskyI, 12 08 10 Colorado. Kamensky 14, 19 59 (sh)  Third period — ) ) San lose. Sheppard 14 (Ko;iov. Miller). 1:36(PP) 12 Colorado. Sakic 18 IVoung, Simonl. 3 49 13 Colorado. Deadmarsh 8 (Foote. Rucmskyi. 10 14 14 San Jose. Mnier 9 (penalty shoti, 19 47  SOG — San Jose 7 .| | 10 28 Colorado 16 17 11 -44 PPO — San Jose 1 o! 4. Colorado 1 of 3 Goallea — San Jose. Torren 3 6 0(12 shots 7 saves). Flaherty (14 ll. ist penod. 32 25i Colorado. Fiset 1 3 3 2 (28 26)  Bruins 6, Stars 4  Dallaa 2 2 0—4  Boaton 2 2 2—6  Flrat period — I Boston, Neely 14 (Bourque),  3 58 2 Dallas. D Hntche' 1 (Modano. Gagner),  4 19, 3 Boston, Dates 3 (Leach, Stevens), 7 08 4 Dallas. Adams 9 (Modano, Gagner), 8 46 (pp)  Second period — 5 Boston, McEachem 9 (Bourque. Neeiyi. 6 02 (cpi 6 Dallas, Matvichuk  1 (Churla. Stomi. (2 27 7 Dallas. Ledyard 3 'Modano. Gagner) 16 16 ipp! 8 Boston. Dates 4 19 53  Third period — 9 Boston. Moger 4 (Reid. Donato). 17 16 10 Boston Leach 5 lOatesl. !9 32  soe — Dallas 12 9 7 28 Boston 12 14 1 1 37 PPO — Dallas 2 d 4 Boston l ot 3 Goalies — Dallas. Moog 5 5 ,37 shots 31 savesl Boston. Bailey 5 I 2 (28 24;  Pantliers 4, Capitals 3  Florid» 2 2 0—4  WaaWngton 0 1 2—3  Flrat period — 1 Fionda. Niedermayer 1 3 iFiLrgerald. Mellanbyl 10 56 2 Florida, Belanger  6 (Mellanby, Niedennayer) 1 1 46 ippl  Second period — 3 Washington. Jones 8 iHunter, Johansson). 13 05 (pp) 4 Florida, Be langer 7 (Lowry, Garpeniovi. 13 55 5 Florida. Mellanby 16 (Belanger. Svehlal. I 7 03 (PPI  Third period — 6. Washington. Bondra I 2 (P-vonka. Tinordl), 6 30 7 Washington. Bondra 1 3  1.Jones, Pivonkal, 8 48  SOG — Fionda 9 8 5-22 Washington 8 5 3 16 PPO — Florida 2 ot 4; Washington 2 ot  4 Goallaa — Florida. Fit/patrick 7-1-0 ( 16 shots 13 savesi Washington Kolng 2 4 0 il7 l3i. Carey (0 00 third, 5 5)  Penguins 6, Islanders 3  Pittaburgh 1 4 1—6  N.Y, lalandof» 1 1 1—3  Flrat period — 1 New York. Sweeney 5 (Ber lu«i. King). 5 37 2 Pittsburgh. Sandstrom 18 (Lemieux, Francis), 10 59 (ppl  Second period — 3 Pittsburgh, Lemieux 23 iSandstrom. Naslund), 2 22 4 Pittsburgh. Murray  7 (Roche, Nedved). 3 46 5 New York, Cian< 12 (Bertu72i, Beers). 14 04 6 Pittsburgh, Nasiuno  12 (Lemieux. Maciven, 15 12 (pp) 7 Pittsburgh, Joseph 3 (Lemieux, Naslund), 19 59  Third period — 8 Pittsburgh. Jagr 24 (Francis. Zubovl. 12.26 9 New York. PalfTy 8 (Schneider, vasilyev). 16 04  SOG — Pittsburgh 10 1 1 6--27 New Yon-  10 4 8- -22. PPO — Pittsburgh 2 of 5. New York 0 or 3 Goallea — Pittsburgh. Wregget 5 3 1 (22 shots. 19 saves) New VQru Soderstrom 2 6 :  ' Red Wings 5, Flyers 3  Philadelphia 0 1 2—3  Detroit 1 3 1—5  Flrat period — 1 Detroit. Konstantmov 5 (Urionov. Fetisov). 12:50  Second period — 2. Detroit. Draper 2 (Coffey. Dandenaultl. 10:20 3, Detroit. Johnson 10 (Pn meau Coffey). 14 24. 4. Detroit. Errey 3 (Yier-man. Ciccarelli). 17 19(pp). 5 Philadelphia, Fedyk 9(Therier.. Bnnd'Amour). 17:38  Third period — 6. Philadelphia. Fedyk 10 (Fai-loon. Lindrosl. 4 26 (pp) 7 Philadelphia. Thenen  2. 15 06 8 Detroit. Fedorov 13 (Errey. Yrerman). 18.52 (en)  SOG — Philadelphia 8-7-7-22. Detroit 12-6  11 — 29. PPO — Philadelphia I of 7; Detroit I of  5 Goallea — Philadelphia. Snow 6 3 1 (28 shots 24 saves) Detroit. Osgood 12-2 1 (22 19)  Mapie Leafs 4, Senators 1  Ottawa 0 0 1 — 1  Toronto 2 1 1—4  Flrat period — I Toronto. Craig 5, 4 20 2 Toronto. Hogue 9 (Warner, Jonsson), )6 50. Second period — 3 Toronto, Giimour lO,  2 35  Third patlod — 4 Ottawa, Craig 5 (Ailieds-son), 7:38. 5, Toronto. Wamner 3 (Hogue), 12 53.  SOG —Ottawa 16-12 ) 2—40. Toronto 12-9-14-^35. P«»0 — Ottawa 0 o( 4: Toronto 0 of  3 Goaliea—Ottawa, Beaupre 6 13-0 (35 shots 31 saves). Toronto, Rhodes 2 2 1 (40 39)  Blues 1, Flames 1  St. Loula 0 0 1 0—1  Calgary 0 0 10—1  Flrat period — None Second period — None Third period — 1, St. Louis. Johnson 2 (La-pemere). 9.112. Calgary. Titov (Housley. Fleury). 15,57 (PP), Overtime — None.  SOG — St. Louis 12-5-3 2—22. Calgary 7,  12 12-0—3). PPO — St LouisO Of6: Calgary 1 of 6 Goallea — St. Louis. Fuhr 11-12-4 (31 snots 30 saves). Calgary. Kidd 2-10-5 (22-21 )  College scores  EAST  Army 9. Villanova 0 Fiedonia St 5. Buffalo St. 4 Geneseo St 5. Brockport St. 2 Oswego St 6. Comand St. 4 FAB WEST Colorado Col 4. Air Force 2  College summary Colorado College 4, Air Force 2  Colotada College 1 0 3—4  Alt Force Academy I 1 0—2  Flrat period — 1. AFA. Steve Maturo 4 (John Haberlach, Justin Kiefferl 8:28; 2 CC. Jason Gud mundson (T.J. Tanberg. Bobby Needham) 16 28. Penaltlaa — CC. Needham (elbowing) 11.22: AFA. Maturo (hooking) 18:08.  Second period — 3. AFA. Scott Shelton 1 (Mark DeGironimo. Pat Ryan) 0 48. Penaltlaa — AFA. Tate Hagiand (interference) 8 4). CC. Stewart Bodtker (hooking) )2 02: AFA. Justin Scott (holding) 14 23.  Third period — 4 CC, Erie Rud 2 (Pete Geron ano. Chad Remackel) ppg. )2:55: 5. CC. Bnan Swanson 7 (Calvin Elfnng) 15:17; 6. CC. B Swan-son 8 (unassisted) eng. 19 36. Penaltlea — AFA. Tofld Ufortune (roughing) 16:10: CC. Colin Schmidt (double roughing, misconduct) 3:55. AFA, David Michaud (double roughing, misconduct) 3 55, CC, Bnan Waldo (hooking) 5 01 ; CC. Waldo iiDughing) 8 28; AFA. Justin Kieffer (holding) 1 I 53  SOG — CC. 15 12 12-^39. AFA. 3 2 3-  8 Goallea (aavea) — CC. Judd Lamben (2 13 -6i AFA. Pal Kieib (14 12 9- 35).Penaltlea — t.C 7 ror 22 minutes, AFA. 8 for 24 minutes Pf>0 — C(. ! tor 5, AFA. 0 for 4 Attendance — 2,247  TENNIS  Grand Slam Cup  (Munich, Germany) Flrat round  by'.j' Black, Zimbabwe der Ihumas Musle' Auslrid 7 6(7 3), 2-6, 6 1  Boris Becker, Germany aet Ceon. Pi,-)iine France, 6-1. 6 7(2 7) 9 7  Jacco Ellingh. Neine<iano?. ad M-tnae Chang, Henderson. Nev . 7 f.; 13 10) 6 3  Goran Ivanisevic. Croatia aef Pel: Korda Ciech Republic, 7-6 (7 31, 6 3  RODEO  PRCA National Finals  (Ua vegaa)  Fifth round  Bareback riding — 1 Wayne Herman. 2 Deb Greenough; 3 Mark Gomes Average — I Clini Corey. 2. (tiel Enr Mouton. 3 Lance Cnjrnp. Steer wreatling — I Rope Myers; 2 Frank Davis, 3 Ricky Huddleton, Average — 1 Birch Negaard, 2 Otc Berry; 3 Rooster Reynolds, Team roping — : Doyle Gellerman Britt Bockus. 2 Kevin Stewart Martin Lucerò: 3 David Motes Mike Beers. Average — 1 Matt Tyler Cody Cowden. 2 Stewart,Lucerò; 3 Kermit Maas Tyler Magnus; Saddle-bronc riding-- 1 Tom Reeves, 2 Steve Dollarhioe, 3 (t.e) Chanc-.' Dixon. Derek Clark. Average — 1 Robert Flbauor 2 Clark 3 ToDy Ada; Barrel race — : Kr-slie Peterson. 2 vw.-n Smith 3 -..-ina Bfissinf.ni Average — 1  Peterson. Boissingei 3 Smith call roping —  1 Cody Ohl. 2 Itie) Fred Whitfield. Shawn Frank lin. Average — I )erry )eton; 2 Shawn McMul len 3 Hoy Cooper. Bull riding — 1 Troy Dunn.  2 Adam Camilo; 3 Jerome Davis: Averaga — i Davis. 2. Camilo: 3 Tuft Hedeman  HIGH SCHOOLS  Boys basketball summaries  Doherty 51. Coronado 39 Coronado 6 14 10 9—39  Doherty 15 IS 12 9—51  CORONADO 13 12 14 39: Pete Fodder 1 2 2 4. Jim O'Malley I 4 5 7. Ryan Wynn 1 0-0 2. Devon Johnston 10 12 Sean Evans 6 4 4 16. Adam McKenrle 0 2 2 2, Kns Kovei 3 00 6  3 point goals, O'Malley  DOHERTY 19 10-23 SI: Mike Gadlin 5 2 3 13. Nate Fo> 0 2-2 2, Kunta Duncan 2 2 6 6, Brady FItrwater 2 12 5, Steve Holland 2)26. Will Coombs 3 14 8, Mike Hager ) 0-0 2. Greg Lueck 4)2 9 3 point goals Gadiin. Holland, Coombs  Team fouls COR 1 3, DOH 21 Technical fouls DOH, Fo.  JV Doherty 62, Coronado 57.  WIdefleld 71. Mitchell 49 Wldeflald 14 21 22 14—71  Mitchell 15 13 12 9—49  WIDEFIELD 27 9 11 71: Smokey Stiles 7 2 2 17, George Winn 100 2, Dondte Avery 1 2 2 4, Nic Ihomton 5 0 0 12, Carlos Wright 1 0 0 3. Gambia lowe 4 13 9, Justen Duysen 4 o-O 8. lames McCowan 4 4 4 12, Mike Riley I 0« 2 3 point goals Stiles, Thornton 2, Wnght.  MITCHELL 20 3-4 49: Johnny Belton 1 0-0 2, Steve Dorsey I 113, Greg Gainey 6 0-0 14, Aaron Kaufman 9 2 2 20, Todd MyefS 2 0-0 4, Javar Harrison 1 0-0 2, Anthony Hill 2 0-0 4  3 point goals Gainey 2. Team fouls: WID 16, MIT 15  IV Mitchell 69. Widetieid 66, OT Palmer 64, Waaaon 41 Waaaon 8 8 7 18—41  Palmer 18 16 14 17—64  WASSON 10 19-22 41: Anthony LaTour ) 2-2 4, Scon Smiley ) 0 0 3. Dwayne Johns 0 4-4 4, Wayne Martiner 0 6-6 6, Kellen Coldlron 3 5-6  11, Mike Hughes 0 1-21, Jason Martin 1 0 0 3. Banryon Lundy 0 12 1. Tony Demery 4 0 0 8 3-point goals Smiley. Martin  PALMER 28 4-16 64: Ryan Conboy 7 0-0 16. lomas Edwards 5 0 0 10, KC Somers 5 0 1 12. Gentry Mercer 0 17 1. Bnan Sufak 2 12 5, Da mien Copeland 10 0 2. Erie Jones 3 127. Archie Alexander 5 14 11 3 pomt goals Somers 2, Conboy 2  Team fouls was 19 Pa' 17 Fouled out Was, Demery  Bear Creek 72. Rampart S6 Bear Creek 21 19 15 17—72  Rampart 7 13 23 13—56  BEAR CREEK 30 7 7 72: Jerry Shkapich 13 11 27. Hank Gonzalez 8 0 0 19. Drew Hyatt 2 4 4 8, Justin Kaiser 3 0 0 8, Brandon Page 2 0 0 4. Keni Allison 2 2 2 6 3 point goal Gonzalez 3. Kaiser 2 RAMPART 22 9 17 56: Bryan Unks 1 0-0 3, Brandon Momson I 0 0 2, Matt Cook 4 i -i 9, Sne)by Davis 6 3 4 16, Cun Vralii 1 2-4 4, Nate Moeller 7 1-4 16. Steve Royer 2 2 4 6 3-point goal unks. Davis. Moeller  team touls Beai Creek 17. Rampan 13 Fouled out BC. Page  Lewla-Palmer 59. Cheyenne Mountain 39 Cheyenne Mountain 6 16 4 13—39  Lewla-Palmer 10 20 17 12—59  CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN 14 11-18 39: lames Richard 4 5 6 13. Hanson Yates 1 0-0 2, Cullen cowan 6 3 5 15, Brandon Aiha 0 0-4 0. Mike Semmens 1 0-0 2. Eric Newcomer i 0-0 2. Rob ert Stout Olli  LEWIS-PALMER 22 11-14 59: Joe Hamey 0  2 2 2. Brett Wyss 4 0 0 9. Man Kinlaw 3 118. Nich Maye' 5 0-0 12. Nathan Davis 2 3-3 7. Kin. wanlporg 0 2-4 2. Tyler Wray 1 0-0 2, Nick Alexander 5 3-4 13. Scott Hume 2 0 0 4 3-point goals WySS Kinlaw. MayC' 2  Team fouls CM 15 LP 21 Fouled out CM. Stout  Puebki Eaat 66. Harrlaon 64 Pueblo Ea« 22 15 10 19—66  Harriaon 13 14 14 23—64  PUEBLO EAST 17 15-28 66: Justin Doolin 2  4 7 B. Duke FoWa 7 3 5 21. Brent Banner 1 0-0 2, Ryan Rofs 3 0 Í 6 Jonn Rea'don 3 7 11 13. Jeff Bloomer 2 11 5, Chns Marten 0 2 2 2, 3 pom! goals Foida 4  HARRISON 21 14-26 64: Markel Pepper 1 0 0 2, Mark Westbay 1 0 0 3, Armond Enclarde 5 5-8 20, Bernard f^eston 3 3 9 10, George Fednck 1 0 0 3, Elliott Broadna. 8 4 7 21 Kevin Foster 1 0 0 2. (Juincy tones 1 2 2 4 3-point goals West Day. Enclarde 2. Fareston Fednck  team roiils PE 23. H 29 Fouled out PE Doo-itr. Markeri. H Jones. Foster IV -- Pueblo East 46. Harrison 38  Englewood 72. Fountaln-Fort Caraon 68 Ftn.-Fon Caraon 2S 17 14 12—68  Englewood 15 12 24 21—72  FTN.-FORT CARSON 27 10-16 68: Derek Webb 2 0 1 2. Willie Murray 5 0 0 10. Mike Rey nolds 6 6 7 20. Rafael Clay 1 0-0 2. Ramone Cnanes 4 12 n. Wiiiie Hmton 6 3-4 15. Allen Rolf 3 0 16. 3-poinI goals Reynolds 2. Charles ENGUWOOO 28 13-19 72: Eric Sorenson 3  1-37. TylerCttapmanO 12 1. WesGingher 4 12  12. Eric Miller 2 0-0 4, Paul Rami,'ez 13 4-4 31, Joe Kane 1113. Jessie franzier 3 2 3 8, Bobby Thomas 13 4 4 3 point goals Thomas Ra-mmei, Gingher  Team fouls EEC 15. ENG 13  Canon City 86, Woodland Part< 62 Woodland Pari« 14 9 16 23—62  Canon City 16 19 28 23—86  WOODUNO PARK 22 12-22 62: Jarod Bridg mon 1 0-0 2, John Conley 3 2-3 8, Tom Beaudet  5 0-0 11, Jedrez) Wcisiak 2 6 10. Brett Whipple 4 0 0 11, Mike McClelland 2 12 5, Greg Mize 0 2 2 2, Aaron Bridgmon 4 1,4 10, Dave Moreford 1 0 1  3 3-poinl goals Beaudet, Whipple 3, A Bndg " mon, Moreford.  CANON CITY 29 26-41 86: Luke Norden 0  2-2 2. Tyson White 4 8 11 16. Mike Turman i  0 0 2, Zack Sabin 1 2 4 5 Louis Muñoz O 2 2 2. Ryan Cruz IO 11 21. Matt Bray O 2-2 2. Justin Adkisson 4 0 2 8, Paul Henry 5 2 4 13, Jeff Ball 4  4 7 12. Naie Moffitt 0 3-6 3 3 point goals Sabin. Henry.  Team fouis. WP 33. CC 21 Fouieo out WP, Conley. Mi/e, CC, Turnian.  Holy FamUy 76. CSCS 60 Holy Family 18 24 14 20—76  CSCS 21 17 8 14—60  HOLY FAMILY 36 3-10 76: Dave Marchltti 2 0-0 5, Mike Quintana 4 119, Tony Deane 4 | -4 9, Pat Larson 3 0-0 6, Frank Gneve 5 1 1 I ), Don Busi 4 0-0 8, Mike Burtte 3 0 0 6. Dan Gryzmaia 1  0-1 2,MartiKorajewski90 3 18. Dan Allen 1 0-0 2. 3-point goals: Marchltti.  CSCS 22 14-19 60: Trevor Lydic 4 4 4 13, Matt Hall 1 1-2 4, Greg Lutze 2 0-0 4. Joe Young  1 0-0 2, David Lyke 2 2-2 6, Ryan Carson 2 2 5 6. Matt Yeaton 4 0-1 8, Ryan Voumard 4 3 3 11, Matt Gfonseth 2 2-6 6. 3-point goals Lydic, Hau.  Team fouls. HF 16. CSCS 12 Technical HF. Kraiewski.  Evangelical Chriatlan Academy 90. Cripple Creek-Victor 50 ECA 21 28 29 12—90  CC V 6 15 9 20—50  EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 34 17-22 90: Malt Cordova 0 111. Steven Bmce l 4 6 6. Trans Lantz 2 0-0 5. Ape Johnson 4 0-0 8. Mark Stroup 4 0-0 8. Andy Hekkers 0 4 4 4, Brad Costain 5 0-0 12, Josh Borderud 12 5-6 29, Tim Fenlon 2 2-4 6. Lee Pettijohn 3 117, Chns Stroup 1 0 0 2, Mason Pluimer 1 0-0 2 3-point goals LanLz, Costain 2  CRIPPLE CREEK-VICTOR 18 14-20 50: J R Bishop 8 6 10 23, Luke Meyers 1 2-2 5, Jason Lanning 2 2 2 4, Josh Jacobs 1 0-0 2. Jack McGee 1 0 0 2 Russ Bacak 2 0 0 4, Buddy Lock wood 3 4-6 10. Anthony Bielz 1 0 0 3 3-point goals Meyeis. Biel/  Team fouls ECA 18. CCV 20 JV ECA 54, CCV 38  Giris basltetball summaries  Doherty 81, Coronado 42 Doherty 16 23 25 17—81  Coronado 9 11 7 15—42  DOHERTY 34 6-7 81: Gonser 5 12 1), Buehier 2 0 0 5. Podczervinski 4 1 1 10. Seidl 5 0 0 12. Koskonch 5 2 2 12. Cordova 3 0-0 6, Johnson 2 2 2 7 Heintz 5 0 0 12. Swagger 3 0 0 6 3 point goals Buehier. Podczervinski, Seidl 2. Johnson. Heinu 2  CORONADO 12 14 21 42: Kealey McNeil 1 2 2 5. verity Brose 5 8 10 20. Sara Norkoli I 12 4. Wolter 2 0 2 4. Ctinslina Petty 3117, lenny Coulson 0 2 4 2 3 poml goals McNeil, Brose 2, Norkoli  team touis DOH I ' COR 9 IV Doherty 61. Coronado 2; Lewla-Palmer 64. Cheyenne Mountain 68 Lewli Palmer 19 18 14 13 64 Cheyenne Mountain 12 17 12 17-58 LEWIS PALMER 26 10 13 64: Gina Anselmo  2 12 5, Laune McVoy 4 3 413, Jamie Scott 2 Ù 0 4 MacKenzie Lincoln i 0 0 2, Nicki Fusco 3  3 3 9, Katie Foutch 6 3 4 15 Mandy Cielinski 4 0 Ü B, Ännie King i 0 0 2 Jessica Heath 3 0 0 6  1-poiiu goals McVoy 2  CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN 24 7 13 58: Erica Fieutid 4 0 2 8. Heather Mize 1012 Gina Cas s,an, 4 12 9, Siobhan Coutuner 0000, Megan itoli 14 4 6, Kim McDougali 10 2 2 Katie Pursley 13 2 2 31 3 point goals Pursley 3  learn fouls LP 18, CM 15 Fouled out LP,  WHAT'S HAPPENING  J  TODAY  BASKETBALL: Colorado men at Colorado State, Air Force women at Colorado College, both at 7 p.m,  HORSE RACING: Hollywood, I,-30 p,m.. Bay Meadows. !;45 p.m., Turfway Park, 5 p.m., Meadowlands, 5:30 p.m.. simulcast at Rocky Mountain Greyhound Park.  DOG RACING: Mile High Greyhound Park, 1 p.m.. Pueblo Greyhound Park, 7 p.m.. simulcast at Rocky Mountain Greyhound Park,  1           TODAY      noon    Bowling: ABC Woritj Team Challenge (tapeiJ)..    PSN ■      12;25 p.m.    Soccer: UEFA Champions League..................    ESPN2'.      1 p.m.    Oolf: Korea Classic (taped)............................    . ESPN ,      2:30 p.m.    Rodeo: PRCA National Finals (taped)..............    ESPN2      4:30 p.m.        1240 '      5:30 p.m.    Basketball: Oklahoma at Purdue...................    ESPN ,      5:30 p,m    Hockey: Blackhawks at Rangers....................    ESPN2.      6 p.m.    Football: RMAC Week-in-Review....................    PSN      6 p.m.    Basketball: Knicks at Bulls...........................    TBI,.'      7 p.m.    Basketball: Colorado at Colorado St..............    PSN •      7:30 p.m.    Basketball: Wake Forest at Massachusetts ...    ESPN      9 p.m.    Rodeo: PRCA National Finals (taped)..............    ESPN2 ,      10 p.m.    Basketball: Hawaii at Long Beach St.............    ESPN     PREP CALENDAR  TODAY  WRESTLING: Manitou Springs at Woodland Park, Litterty at Palmer, both at 7 p.m.  JV  b Palrner 57  : Mountain  Englewood 49. Fountaln-Fort Caraon 48 Englewood 18 12 5 14—49  Fountaln-Fort Caraon 7 14 13 14—48 ENGLEWOOD 16 11 20 49: Estela Bo()as 5 13 11. Tara Eyer 2 4 7 9, Jessica Kassan 8 0 0 21. Mandy steinbach 10 12. Vanessa Lindsy 0 2 3 2 Marcella Causton 0 1-2 1, Marcella Marorieo 0 3 4 3 3 point goal Kassan 5. Eyer  FOUNTAIN-FORT CARSON: 15 15-36 48: Liz Speck 3 34 11 Eiin Kimball 6 0-2 13, Robyn Davies 1 2 4 4. Aubry Kimball 3 4 11 10 Dornj Mcrteianfl 12 4 4 Talia Howimg 14 116 3-point gLial Speck 2. i tin Kimlyall  Tcjn- louis t 25 FFC 21 F.nuiea out E  S'.t- r\t>urr Maront'c Iv FIL !. ^illngt'i'.O'.'U  Harriaon 71. Air Academy 46 Harrlaon 15 16 22 18—71  Air Academy 13 12 9 12—46  HARRISON 32 6-12 71: Tamie Hdlon 1 0-0 3. Nikki Richmond 2 0 0 4. Marieina Reyes I 0-0 2. Christy Bacon 6 2 4 14. Jennifer Chandler 4 0-0 8. Carne Bacon 5 2 2 12. Enn Buttery 3 1-2 7, Cinthia Vidal 1 0 2 2, Audrey Oliver 1 0-0 2. Elisa TsosieB 12 17 3 point goal Hoiion.  AIR ACADEMY 16 12-21 46: Jennie Schoeck 4 4 6 12. Sheryl Lovelace 0 2 2 2. Molly McKier-rian 4 0 0 8, Julie Green 2 2 5 6. Lisa Peters 2 3 3:. Knsty Frohlmg 1 0-2 2 Angie Potter 3 1-3 9 J-pointgoa' Potter 2  team fouls H 21. AA 15 Fouled out H Buttery  JV — Harrison 55 Air Academy 23  Woodland Park 65. Canon City 48 Canon City 15 7 14 12—48  Woodland Pari< 13 16 22 14—65  CANON CITY 16 19 28 48: Darci Upchurch I 2-4 4. Chastity Sheets 1 4 5 6. Tncia Korber 2  2 2 6. Mandy Kuiken 2 0 0 4. Kathy McCullough 1 2 4 4. Christi Weiser 4 0 8 11 Janet Orr 4 0-0 8. Leslie Rodrigue I 3 6 5 3 point goals; weiser  3  WOODLAND PARK 27 11-16 65: Yolanda Forres 2 2-3 6. Lroie Smith 2 0-2 4, Danielle Escamilla 1 0 0 2, Jaime Snyder 2 0-0 4, Becky Still 5 OO 10, Krist! Morford 3 3 4 9. Kirsten Makrif 3 4-4 10. Rachel List 4 2 3 10. Angela Gomes 2 0-0 4. Jaimi Brown 3 0 0 6 Team fouls WP I 7. CC 19 JV - CC 37. WP35  Wklefleld 50. Mitchell 44 Mitchell 7 16 15 6—44  »Mdefleld 13 11 12 14—50  MrrCHEU 19 6-12 44: Evonne Nelson 4 2 3 10. Nicole Kenyon 1 0-0 2. Leila Remiing 4 0-18, Jenni Left 1 2 2 4. Lisa Peregnne 5 2-4 12, Lon Fnesth 1 0 0 2, Heidi Siesner 3 0-2 6  WIDEFIELD 20 10-17 50: Sarah Apodaca 2 0 0 4, Teresa Spann 1 0 0 2, Angie Sharp 1 0-0 2. Dawn Evening 2 12 5. Crystal Bradley 1 0 0 2, Katrina Robinson 6 12 13, Veronigue Bryant 1 0 0 2 Wenoy Honig 1 2 4 4. Eleana Fennewald 5 6-9 16  Team fouls M 18, WideSeld 12 JV Widefteid 58. Mitchell 44  Palmer 83, Waaaon 23 Palmer 11 27 26 19—83  Waaaon S 9 3 6—23  PALMER 33 16-34 83: Mary Torres 1 12 3. Alexus Bevington 13 2-4 29. Kara Ben 1 0-0 2. Amanda Bartz 1 0 0 2. Melody Johnson 7 2-4 16, Counney Martin I 0-0 2, Katie Herron 2 0-0 4. Sarah Simpson I 3-6 5. Amy Davis 1 4 6 6. Megan Hmton 1 3 6 5. Lindsey Pfalmer 3 0-0 6. Angela Anaya I 0 2 3 3 point goals; Bevington. Anaya.  WASSON 9 S-14 23: Miranda Hughes 2 0-2 4. Amt»r GreenwalU 0 12 1, Shannon Hines 3 0-2 6. Aimee Page 0 2-4 2. Tom Matlasz 1 1 -2. Rachel Astenborski 3 12 7  Team fouls. PAL 17. WAS 19. Technical foul PAL. Katie Herrón  JV - Palmer 62. wasson 21  Hockey summaries  Liberty 11, Mitchell 0 Liberty S 2 4—11  Mitchell 0 0 0—0  Flrat period — 1 Nick Moore (Matt Levine). .52. 2. Sam Murphy (Jared Buffington. Mike Le vine). 4 19, 3, Buffington (Moore), 6 46; 4. Murphy (Ml.Levine), I I 02; 5 Grady Pfalmer (Matt West, Ml Levine), 1131  Second period — 6 Ma.Levine (Buffington), ,49.7 Mi.Levine (Murphy). 7:40  Third period — 8. West (Murphy, Mi.Levine), 21.9 West (Murphy. Mi Levine), 4 49, 10. Moore (unassisted), 5.2), )1 Pfalmer (unassisted). 6:40  Goallea; LIB. Josh Girard. Chris Johnson. Jeremy Tobias: MIT. Bnan Holley; Shota on goal: LIB 56, MIT 13; Savea: LIB 13; MIT 45,  Air Academy 6, Kent Denver 0 Kant Denver 0 0 0—0  Air Academy 2 0 4—6  Flrat period — 1. Chns Nieison (Mike O'Berto) 6 53; 2. Nielsen (O'Berto) 8.57 Second period — None Third period — 3 Wess Ingram (Nielson, Ü Berto) ) ;35: 4. Nielson (0 Bertol 3 44; 5.  0 Berto (Nielson) 8 03: 6 Chad Rupert (Troy I'vleyer) ) 1.58.  Goallea: KD Jesse Hamilton, AA Andrew Mar-shaii.Shota on goal: KD 18: AA 55: Savea: KD 8 16 14 38: AA 5-2-3-10.  Giris swimming summaries  Cheyenne Mountain 132, PueMo Central 43 200-yard medley — 1 Cheyenne Mountain (Erin Maisom, Kim Damm, Kenzie Mcintosh, Becky Hafemeister) 2:09.34; 2 Cheyenne Mountain. 3. Pueblo Central 200 (reeatyla — 1. Sarah Walter (CM) 2:15.52: 2. Jaime Lehnet (CM):  3 Sarah Alfonso (PC) 200 Individual medley —  1 Meilissa Lukan (CM) 2:41.58: 2. Karen utschig (CM). 3. Kristin Moore (CM). 500 freeatyte — 1 Amanda Lofthus (CM) 26.06 (state qualrfying); 2 Kellie Gmther (PC): 3. Shannon McNiece (CM) Diving — 1 Angela Soucek (CM) )45. 55, 2, Amanda Thomason (CM); 3 Tarra Horton (CM) 100 butterfly — 1. Melody Atkinson (CM) ) 02.82 (sq); 2. Sarah Waller (CM); 3. K. Mc)n-tosh (CM) 100 freaatyle — 1 Damm (CM) 59-20, 2. E Maisom (CM): 3, K, Gmther (PC), 500 lieeatyle — I S. Alfonso (PC) 7:07,02; 2. B Hahemeister (CM): 3. Mana Han (PC). 200 free-atyle relay — ). Cheyenne Mountain (S. Walter, J Lehnei, Kaue Steubei, E. Maisom) 1 53.82, 2. Pueblo Central, 3 Cheyenne Mountain. 100 backatroke — 1 K Damm (CM) );06 98; 2. K, Mcintosh (CMi; 3 Sarah Graves (PC) 100 breaautroke — I K utschig (CM) 1 19,77; 2 M, Lukan (CM), 3 Jessica Luther (PC). 400 freaatyle relay — I Cheyenne Mountain (B. Halt meister, S Walter, Melody Atkinson, A Lofthus)  4 13,57, 2 Cheyenne Mountain, 3 Pueblo Centiai  Puebk) Centennial 115, Sierra 72 200-medley relay — 1 Pueblo Centennial /' 32 27 (J Storn, B Butler, R Flum, J Howard)  2 Sierra 3 Pueblo Centennial 200 Ireeatyla — ! lessica Howard (PCI, 2 36 40, 2 Laurel Maische (PCI, 3 Stacey Thompson (PCl 200 Individual medley — 1 Belinda Butler (PCI, 2 50 18 2 Amanda Iiernan (Si 3 Stephanie Moniuya .PC) SO treeatyle — I Jamie Wintcher ,5,, 34 35. 2 Heather Millet (Sl. 3 Lissa ConaalOi iPCl Diving — 1 Jandi Jones (PC), 1.29.85. 2 Gn-Iiaa Mills (SI 3 lamie Procter 100 butterfly  — 1 Belinda Butler (PC:, ) 19.51, 2 Rhonda ptium (PCl; 3 lenny Storm (PC) 100 freeatyle  — 1 Montoya (PCI. I 18.42. 2 Jamie Wintcher ibi, 3 Diana Nguyen (S) 500 lieeatyle — 1 Stacy Iriompson (PCi. 7 43 96. 2 Laurel Harsch iPCi. 3 Susan Soitwedei (S) 200 freeatyle relay  — (Pueblo Centennial) 2 22 74 (R Pf)um, J Sturm, L Concialdi. K. Guttnerl 2 PC 3 Sierra 100 backatroke - 1 (S) Amanda Tiernan 1 25 04 2 PC Jenni Storm 3 Sierra Shannon (jrinstead 100 breaatatroke — I Jessica Howard (PCI 1 33 36; 2. Diana Nguyen (S). 3 Rhonda pflum (PC) 400 freeatyle relay — 1 Pueblo Centennial 5 I 1 51 (B Butler. L Harsch, i Howard. S Thompson): 2 Sierra, 3 Sierra  Air Academy 149, Weaaon 41 , 200 medley relay — 1 An Academy (J. Con rially, E Fielkey. K Winftow, C Mendenhall). 2 Air Academy 200 Ireeyatyle — 1 Jamie Davidson |AA), 2 09 15; 2 Suzie Kelfall (AA). 3 Alicia Dud den m 200 IndMdual medley — I Elizabeth Cioideri (AA). 2 40.36. 2 Jeniene Hassler (AA): 3 Maiylin Aivatez (W). 4 Bethany Wiiliams (AA), 5 Heamei thomas (W) 50 freeatyle — 1 Coun •lev Mendcnhall lAAl. 26 77 2 Katherine Benson ,AA frin feloev Diving — Doni Thompson  iAAi. 191 5, 2 Windy Bieker (W): 3. jeAt>)r-i5 Thomas (W) 100 butterfly — I Kim J  (AA) 1 05.14, 2. Danielle Hlbbert (AA); 3. Caroline Campbell (AA) 100 freeatyle — Courtney Mefk-^ denhaii (AA), 59.16: 2. Enn Flekey (AA); 3. Susi Keisaii (AA). 500 freeatyle — ). Jamie David«n 5:50 38 (AA); 2. Jess Connolly (AA): 3. Dana lUl-itì packi (AA), 200 freeatyle relay — 1, Benson. B. Hlbbert. K. Wlnslow. C. Menendlialt) '  1 51 82; 2. Air Academy: 3. Wasson, 100 bMlr- ) atroka— 1 Heather Stites (W). 1:09,57; 2„Ulf„ Bengfort (AA): 3 Jess Ketlerhacen (AA), 100"^' breaatroke — I, Elizabeth Golden (AA), 1:2U35:  2 Maiyiin Alvarez (W): 3, Julie Browning (AA), 400|,, treeatyle relay — I Air Academy (K. Bensoff,'?''' Flekey, J Connally. J Davidson) 4:09,84; 2.-Airi ^ Academy, 3 Wasson ^  BOXING  Fight schedule  Friday n.i^  At Foxwoods Resort and Casino. Ledyard.- \ Conn., James Toney. Ann Artxx. Mich,, vs. 'Oifefe'-Everett, Newark, N.J., 12, for Toney's WBUi^t heavyweight title; Michael Nunn. Davenport, lowq, » vs John Scully. Hartford. Conn , 12, for the N/teo* super middleweight title. ' ' H  Saturday  At Stuttgart, Germany, Frans Botha, SPlAfi'' Africa, vs Axel Schulz, Germany, 12. for the. ^51^3 cant IBF heavyweight title ' .  At London, Naseem Homed, Bntain, vs. AmùrtPl Castillo, Mexico, for Hamed's WBO featherwMfit title  At The Marc, Moline. 111., Hector Camacho.""WK landò, Fla., vs Lonnie Horn. Davenport, Iowa, J^l^j j middieweights  Monday "T.TI  At the Great Western Fonjm. Inglewood, C«ljti . Mark Johnson, Washington, vs Pablo Tlznffllil ' Mexico. 10. nyweights; Carlos Bollilo GonzUtsJ Mexico, vs Edwin Rodriguez. Puerto Rico. 10. welterweights; Enrique Sanchez. Los Angeles, vs. Ernesto Medina. Mexico, 10, supfT' bantamweights  Tueaday  At the Blue Honzon, Philadelphia. Bryant Bran-non. Trenton. N J., vs. Troy Watson. St. Peters-txirg, Fla-, 12, for Brannon's NABF super middleweight title: James Stanton, Philadelphia, vs. Dar-roll Wilson, Atlantic City, N.J.. 10. heavyweights: Tony Green. Philadelphia, vs. Richard DeJesus. ( Wilmington. Del. 10. featheniveights.  Doc. 13  At Tropwond Casino. Atlantic City. N.J.. Jorge vaides. Hiaieah. Fia.. vs. Marcos Gonzalez. Mex-1 ico. ) 0. heavyweights,  Dec. IS  At Madison Square Garden. New York. Oscar De La Hoya. East Los Angeles. Calif., vs. Jesse James Leiia. San Antonio. 12. for De La Hoya s WBO lightweight title. Tracy Pattefson. New Palu. N Y . vs. Arturo Gani. Jersey City. N.J.. 12. for Patterson's IBF junior lightweight title: Shannon Bnggs. New York. vs. Mitch "Blood' Green, New York. 12. heavyweights; Tim Witherspoon. Langh-orne. Pa., vs. Al Cole. Pensacola. Fla.. 10. heavyweights.  SKIING  Colorado snow conditions  Colotado Ski Country lists the following conditions at major ski areas. ARAPAHOE BASM — 6 new. P. 49 depth ASPEN — 2 new. PP, 24 depth BEAVER CREEK — 4 new. P. 40 depth BRECKENRIOaE — 8 new. P. 46 depth BUTTERmK— I new. PP. 12 depth COPPER MOUI«TAIN — 8 new. P. 32 depth CRESTED BUTTE — 1 new. PP. 21 depth ELDORA MOUNT Am — 3 new. PP. 29 depth KEYSTOftE RESORT — 8 new. P. 37 depth LOVELANO — 6 new. P. 42 depth MOfWRCH RESORT — 0 new. PP. 26 depth PURGATORY RESORT — 0 new. PP. 12 depth SttVERCREEK — I new. P. 10 depth SKI COOPER — 6 new. P. 29 depth SNOWMASS — 2 new. PP, 18 depth STEAMBOAT — ) new, PP, 44 depth TELUIRIDE — 0 new, P. 23 depth VAIL — 6 new, P, 50 depth WINTER PARK RESORT — 6 new, P. 46 depth WOLF CREEK — 0 new. PP. )) depth  New refers to snow within last 24 houis. Depth refers to unpacked natural snow in inches at midpoint.  P-powoer. PP-packed powder For updates, call (303) 831-7669  TRANSACTIONS  Monday  BASEBALL American League  CLEVELANO INDIANS — Agreed to terms with Jim F»oole. pitcher, on a one-year contract.  MINNESOTA TWINS — Agreed to temis with Paul Molitor. designated hitter, on a one year contract  NEW YORK YANKEES — Agreed to terms with Wade Boggs, third baseman, on a two-year contract.  NatkMial League SAN OIEGO PAORES — Promoted Dave Smith, Memphis pitching coach, to minor-league pitching coordinator and Jackson Todd, Peoria pitching coach, to Memphis pitching coach Named Rick Sutcirne and Ted Power minor league pitching coaches  BASKETBAU AUantk: Baakettuill Aaaoclatkui SCHUYLKILL STINGERS — Traded Gordon Winchester and Del Savage, forwards, and Jer maine Clay, guard, to Lehigh Valley for jim Keane. lorward. and future considerations  FOOTBALL Natkxial Football League NEW ORUANS — Named Karen Whalen as sociate athletic director and senior women s administrator  SAN DIEGO CHARGERS — Signed Burt Grossman, defensive end Released Sebastian Barrie. defensive tackle  HOCKEY Natkxial Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS — Assign Dwayne Norris nght wing, to Baltimore of 1-,^ AHl I  SOCCER I  Major League Soccer '  COLUMBUS CREW — Named Timo Liekosk, coach I  VOUEYBAU j  Aaaoclatkin of Volleyball Profeaakwiala ' AVP — Named Lon Monk chief operating om | ,er. Allison Canfieid vice president of man<eiing; )and Alexander director ot marketing services;  Da  tim Sullivan public relations manager An nouriced Jon Stevenson, president, will relinquis thai title operation:  COLUGE  WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE — An :  nounced the retirement of John Adams, coordina ! tur üt football officials :  ST. JOSEPH'S. INO. — Withdrew from the! Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference andi announced plans to form a new NCAA Division i|, conference in 1997 !  SOUTH CAROLINA — Announced William un | seia, seniot basketball tonnara, has lett the team j   

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