Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - December 3, 1985, Blytheville, Arkansas
Courier News, Blytheville, (Ark.)-Tuesday, December 3,1985 — Page7
Blytheville's Darin Reynolds (21) and Derek Gardner put defensive pressure on a Carlisle County, Ky. player during the Optimist Classic. The 2-0 Chickasaws, who haven't played since winning their two games in the classic, will return to the hardwood tonight when they host the Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mules in a A-B doubleheader. Action begins in the BHS Gym with the B game at 6 o'clock.College Bosketball Scores
By The Associated Press EAST
American U. 103, Gettysburg 71 Army SI, Robert Morris SO, OT Boston Coll. 78, New Hampshire SS Boston U. n, Massactiusetts 67 Charleston, W. Va W, DIst. of Columbia 73 Delaware 8S, Cheyney >3 Duquesne79, Indiana, Pa. 52 Geneseo St. at Alfred, ppd., snow George Washington 89, Coppin St. 69 Hamilton S4, Colgate SS Holy Cross 91, Dartmouth 71 King's N.Y. 89, Delaware 72 Lafayette 77, Moravian 68 La Saltern Maine 70 Navy 10S, Case Western SS Niagara 70, Drexel67 Penn 63, Southern Cai 54 Providence 63, Northeastern 68 St. Bonaventure 78, St. Mary's 71 West Virginia St. 86, Howard 83 SOUTH Alabama 89, Utah 69 Alabama A&M 96, Tuskegee 86 Augusta 74, Miss. Valley St. 63 Baptist 63, Furman69 Centenary 88, E. Texas Baptist 49 Citadel 92, piedmont 66 Ciemson 101, Rider 63 Duke98, East Carolina 64 E. Kentucky 73, Valparaiso48 E. Tennessee St. 71, N.C. Asheviile 57 f=reed Hardeman 74, Lane 73 Klng86,EmoryiiHenry77 Louisiana Tech 69, NW Louisiana 63 Marcnr II, Cent. Florida 67 Murray St. 79, WIs.-Stevens Pt. 68 N. Carolina St. 88, Tampa64 N.C. Central 78, Hampton 68 S. Mississippi 81, McNeese St. 77 Southern 77, NichollsSt. 55 Stetson 103, Bethune Cookman 78 SW Louisiana 77, Mo. St. Louis60 Tenn. Martin 91, Bethel 72 Union, Tenn. 86, Lambuth62 VMÌ91, JamesMadison88 W. Kentucky 77, S. illlnois67 MIDWEST Cai Irvine 87, Nebraska 80 Cleveland St. 101, Youngstown St. 69 Crelghton64, Neb. Omaha S) III. Chicago 109, North Park91 Illinois St. 58, Wis. Green Bay 39 Indiana St. 75, St. Ambrose45 Miami, Ohio92, Centre S3 Michigan 87, Tennessee 52 Mtnnesotai7,E. llllnois69 Mo. Rolla 92, Mo. Valley 62 S. Dakota 77, Mt. Marty 65 Sioux Fails65,S. Dakota St.62 Toledo 74, Detroit 70
Wisconsin 90, San Francisco St. SOUTHWEST Austin Peay84, Rice77 Baylor 81, Concordia, Texas 64 Bradley76, W. Illinois62 Coil, of the Ozarks 75, Harding 61 Hendrix 67, Arkansas Coll. 57 Midwestern St., Texas 64, Howard Payne 59 Prairie View at Texas A8iM, ppd., travel con filet
2.Michlgan (12) 3.0uke (4) 4.Syracuse
10.Notre Dame (1)
11.Louisiana State n.lilinois U.Memphis State M.Nev.'Las Vegas tS.St. John's
19.Auburn (tie) Indiana
3-1 50 30 20 SO 2 1 20
4-1 3 1 22 2-1
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1239 1165 1113 1054 910 908 830 753 693 636 585 527 469 445 412 287 166 126 122 122
Lady Colts Down Goz Again, 46-42
SE Oklahoma 64, Science and Arts, Okla. 47 Stephen F. Austin 85, Texas Wesleyan 77 Sul Ross St. 88, New Mexico St. 86, OT TexasA8il82, Bishop 80 Texas Tech 69, Oregon 68 Texas-Arlington 78, SW Texas St. 73 FAR WEST Air Force 76, Adams St. 55 Colorado 101, Santa Clara 71 Colorado St. 74, N. Colorado 60 Florida AiiM69, Jackson St. 59 Fort Lewis 85, Santa Fe 60 Montana 59, E. Washington 56 Montana St. 82, Paciflc72 Pepperdlne 100, Nev.Reno69 Portland 63, IdatioSt.SS Regis 73, Dana 54 Southern U. 77, Nicholls St. 55 Stanford 108, Cai San Diego 69 Washington St. 64, Gonzaga 61
AP College Basketball Poll
The Top Twenty By Associated Press
The Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press' college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, total points based on 20-19 18-17 16-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, record through Dec. 2 and last week's ranking:
Record Pts Pvs (45) 5-0 40
Others receiving votes: North Carolina State 117, DePaui 78, Maryland 63, Pittsburgh 59, Arkansas 57. Ohio State 52, Virginia SO, Tennessee 40, Georgia 26, Virginia Tech 20, Bradley 16, Washington 13, Navy 12, Alabama 11, Pepperdlne 11, New Mexico 9, Arizona State 8, Houston 6, West Virginia 6, Loyola, III. 3, St. Joseph's 3, Texas A8iM 3, Lamar 2, Viilanova 2, Purdue 1, Temple, 1.
RIVERCREST- The River-crest Lady Colts turned back Gos-nell in a rematch by defeating the Lady Pirates 46-42 here Monday night. The two wins over Goz are the only contests Rivercrest has played thus far.
"We've been off the floor so long and we kinda ran out of gas in the second half," said Rivercrest Head Coach Bill Welch. "But I think after two or three days back on thecourt we'll be alright."
Rivecrest jumped to a 16-8 advantage after one quarter and led by eight, 28-20 at halftime. The Lady Pirates, behind a second half scoring spree by both Molly Mono^n and Sharon Blount, narrowed the gap to 36-32 after three periods but could not overcome the Lady Colts.
"We hit only 4^)f-l2 free throws and we missed six one-and-one opportunities, so that really hurt us," said Gosnell Head Coach Randy Johnson. "But, I think we're getting there. They beat us by about 20 up here and only four last night and that's encouraging."
Rivercrest hit only 31 percent from the floor and 49 percent from the free throw line. The Lady Colts outrebounded Goz 31-28, including some key offensive boards.
Rivercrest was led by Rhonda Ralph with 14 point and 10 rebounds while Dana Graham added 10 points and 13 carooms. Karen Warren was the other Lady Colt in double figures with 10 points.
Monoghan led the Lady Pirates with 14 points, including 10 in the second half comeback bid. Blount scored all 10 of her points in the second half. Debra Williams added 11 rebounds to the cause.
Rivercrest, 2-0, will play at West Memphis Monday night while the Lady Piates, now 3-4, will host Osceola at home Thursday night.East 53Annie Camp 36
BLYTHEVILLE- Willie Johnson poured in 18 points as the Blytheville East Braves whipped Jonesboro Annie Camp 53-36 in boys junior high basketball here Monday night. The victory squares the Braves record at 2-2 on the season.
"We played extremely well on defen^ejJ saidyEast Head Coach LoiinieTiu'rier. "And, offensively, we got some easy baskets in the first half and kinda put the game away early."
The Paps led 13-7 after the opening period and 30-15 at halftime.
Mark Cash added nine points and Everett Tracy tallied seven for the Paps, who shot 58 percent from the floor.
Blytheville won the B game 47-19.
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LadyWest 52 WMW 23
WEST MEMPHIS- Blytheville West streaked to a 32-12 halftime bulge and captured their fourth win without a defeat by blasting
West Memphis West 52 23 in junior high basketball here Monday night.
"We played excellent defense and showed real good hustle last night," said West Head Coach Mark Williams.
Scotty Wells led the Paps with 15 points and Reginald Thomas added 14. Edward Cullins pitched in nine points and nine rebounds.
Andre Williams scored eight points to lead Blytheville to a 27-23 victory in the B game.
In girls action, three players scored in double figures as the Lady Paps turned back West Memphis West 41-27.
Pam Daniels led the way with 14 points while Patricia Mays and April Reed added 12 and 10 points, respectively.
Both teams will return to action at Forrest City Thursday night.Poplar Bluff 40 Chicks 34
POPLAR BLUFF- The Blytheville Lady Chicks were outgunned at the free throw line and lost a 40-34 decision to Poplar Bluff in girls senior high basketball here Monday night.
Poplar Bluff converted 14-of-26 free throw opportunities while the Lady Chickasaws managed to get to the line but four times, where they made two shots.
"We played real well defensively and pretty good offensively," said Blytheville Head Coach Charlie Williams, who drew two technicals in the contest. "We couldn't get the basket in the hole when we needed it."
Blytheville shot only 27.5 percent from the field.
The Lady Chicks trailed at the half 22-16.
Poplar Bluff made it a sweep when they defeat Blytheville 34-33 in the B game. Elizabeth Jones scored eight points in a losing cause for the Lady Chicks.
Blytheville will be back in action during the NEA Tournament that will be played on the Arkansas State University campus over the Christmas holdiays.Luxora 74 Crow'ville 57
CRAWFORDSVILLE - Lisa Wright and Anette Jones combined for 46 points to lead the Luxora Lady Panthers to a 74-57 road win over Crawfordsville Monday night.
Wright poured in 24 points and
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The win improved the Lady Panthers season mark to 5-1. They will host Marion Thursday night. Lux also won the junior high game, 57-28, behind 20 points from Annie Williams.Riv. North 45 McArthur 41
KEISER- Darrell Brown scored 18 points and hit six key fourth quarter free throws as Rivercrest North edged Jonesboro McArthur 45-41 here Monday night. The Broncos are now 3-1 on the season.
Marty Martin and Bill Bullion added 14 and nine points, respectively, for North.
North, which connected on 13-of-19 free throw tosses on the night, led 20-12 at the half.
North also won the boys B game 37-28.
In giris action, the Lady Broncos stretched their unbeaten mark to 4-0 with a 32-21 win over McArthur. North led by a whopping 28-4
score at halftime.
Brenda Jackson led the winners with eight points.Riv'crest So. 49 Brinlcley 31
WYNNE - The Rivercrest Soufii girls imrpoved their season record to 3-0 with a 49-31 win over Brinkley Monday night in tbe Wyne Invitational Toumannent.
Lasandra Winda had IS points and Kiitichia Burks added 13 for the Lady Mustangs. South returns to action tonight when they at West Memphis Christian.
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