Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Wash Turns Back Senior; Jeff Falls to Bettendorf
Wa priors Take 6th Straight
DUBUQUE—Cedar H a p I d a Witshingjon managed lo beat back a pair of strong rallitvi by Dubuque Senior in winning its fifth straight Mi.ssi.ssippl Valley conference lilt, ti.'’)-60, here Friday night.
Wash’s overall mark stands at 6-2, while Senior fell to l-.'i in the loop and 1-7 for all game.s.
Senior look early leads of 9-4 and 13-11, but 6-1 Wash guard Mark Thompson opened up the second period with two straight field goals to put the Warriors out In front for good, 17-13.
From there Wash pulled out to its biggest margin of the game at 29-16, and the end of the half saw the winners on top! by 31-22.
Senior came out gunning in! the third frame, and 6-5 junior! forward Chad Wisco sparked them to eight straight points to cut the deficit to 31-30.
But then Wash had a spurt of its own, as Thompson and Steve Kennedy helped the Warriors to establish a more comfortable j cushion with a 40-32 lead. I
At that point it looked like It! would be downhill going forj WaF^iington, as they rolled to a|
55-44 edge with six minutas loft.
However, again Senior came back, and they again sliced thej margin to one, 55-.54, with three j — minutes showing. I
But then .Jeff Dawson scored | a layup and Kennedy stole the! inbounds pass and hit again to: give the Warriors a 59-54 lead, and the game was finally in the bag. I
Both teams were chilly from the field. Wash hit 26 of 69 for .38 percent, while Senior shot 34 percent on 25 of 73 attempts.
Thompson led all scorers with 21 points, and Kennedy added . , ... * a r- a .
15 for Wash. Wisco led Dubuque as City high topped Cedar final <|uarter.
with 16. 'Rapids Kennedy /3-56 here hri- j^e junior
Senior was hurt by inexperi-.^^^’ cncc, as
Disappointing Loss For J-Hawks
By Al .Miller
0«i«tte Sports Writer
ilacading the parade was Virgil Wulf with 23 points (IO of 18 Klevcn straight iinanswereil field goal attempts), while Dave points within .50 .seconds late in
the fourth quarter enabled Bettendorf high to cra.se a six-point
Boles potted 22 (9-17), .Jeff Holcomb hit 19 (7-12) and Bruce
deficit arid powered the Bull- Thompson added w,*ven (.3-4). dogs to an 8.3-74 basketball win; That’s heavy and a big reason at .Jefferson high Friday night, why .Jeff’s Valley record is now The loss was a bitter pill for the J-Hawk.s and Coach Colin i
Williams, to swallow, as Wil- ^ 6-3 junior in his
liam.s pointed out. st.?rting role, topped Jeff
“lleally, it hurt more than punts (9-15), while
any loss I’ve experienced in Terry F^arnest, a 6-2 junior, fired the last three .seasons because 20 (7-1.3). this club showed so much im-
Dean Uthoff, the 6-8 sophomore center, was next with H and (illy Stoecker, a 6-3 senior, added 12.
What pleased Williamfi the most was his club’s aggressiveness, an aspect that was sorely missing in its last meet-ago against
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Ofzitle Photo by John Mclvor
provement tonight and wanted to win so bad,” he said.
‘‘Kxcept for about 48 .seconde, we played super basketball, I think. We had a lapse where we went to sleep at both ends of the court and it cost us the win.”
Only 3:12 remained when Al Selinger’s three-point play gave'jng two weeks .Jeff a 72-66 edge and the -J- washington.
Hawk partisans sen.sed an upset thought we did some good in the making. things tonight that we haven’t
But it waft almo.st two minutes;done before,” said Colin, who is later before Jeff got back on the : his first year as the Jeff head
board on Terry Earnest’s Roalman. ‘‘We had good movement, and by then the Bulldogs had' for the most part, and we took presented their own ca.se and the ball to the hoop a lot better, were in command 77-74. Beiten- “We were more aggre^sive at dorf made five of seven field both ends of the floor. Except _ goal attempts in that stretch,|for the one lapse, we showed but that was par for the course some poise ... We proved we’ll for the Bulldogs. come back after people.”
Dig this: They shot a red- Both clubs appeared winded, hot 63 percent, canning 34 of jan obvious side effect of the their 54 shots from the field, two-week layoff due to the en-.leff wasn’t all that bad with 43 crisis,
percent on 30 of 70. Betundorl (I3) J#*t#r»on (MI
SD(>clal to 7hr Ga/ettp Aft u Iff I f’ f ' I ^ ^ ~ — — The Bulldogs, now 4-1 in the " » i-jjj E#*ne*t*^ 7 4-a lo
imvrc TY- Iowa City hioh After a 52-25 halftime edge, tonfe^ncc eco™^ M.ssiss.ppi Valley conference a*.',?'"- - .J UU ' J S.i'5
emZved a tough full courV‘‘*''«''‘‘™ PO‘nt norm lo „y Duane Caylor natty settled with Anamosa at s., overall, got 71 points|S.V.i;: ------
center “ ‘*”■38 third quarter margin fk^inls. The Anamosa Kaiders pulled 51-50 with 3 IS remaining in the foy,. front-line performers.
‘island even btgger things in the "gurerwdtrH t"d
:,,, v.-vrw.r-tiv^iv l.inn-Mar team, 57-50. in boys Kaiders expanded their
I , iLspccuveiy. .basketball action Friday night lead to three and with 18 se<'-
jumpmg jack hit KennedvJStJ _ CilvHiqh (73) '
B's the old Alphone and Gaston act here as Bettendorf's Dave Roles (51) and Jeff hlr'lcomb (53) battle Jefferson's Guy Stos'ker (42) for a bose basketball in Bettendorf's 83-74 Mississippi Valley win Friday night at Jeff. Stoecker contributed 12 points to the J-Hawk effort.
Hargrave Hot, as Iowa City
Stops Kennedy Bid, 73-56
pressing defense while Clay Hargrave poured
I OI J I OI I » * » 24
nine consecutive points at
♦ hp Danlv Malone
Fq Ft TP
.3 0-0 4 Hargravt 7 S i IV Shrader
they .started a sopho-i Hargrayc was not only 14 of Ejnm ■■. 5 i.s,™:,™.
more and four juniors. But they 21 from the field but abo col- _ . _ _ , , ciaiim .1 3 4 s Reynolds
up for much hu.stle, and
of it they
lected 12 assists and 13 rebounds
out-las the Little Hawks move their
City high built a 60-40 lead.
conference mark Cougars fell to 2-3.
City high went from a
Washburn 0 2-2 2 Sass Schnoebelan 0 0-1 0
Kennedy could only get help "^VSiau**. 2n4® ?5! total, to 3-2. The from free throws out of Noel ci'rmqh ..... 12 lo
ll. UL I-.1I I J Shootins:
Washburn, Bill Malone and Kennedy 40 pct
fitw Hiah sa DC
enn. 17, City Hiqh 14
Fq Tt Tp'at Anamosa.
’4 Ut’ The Raiders were paced by. . 3 oil! their 6-7 center, Dan Neunaber,
I 4^s 4 who dumped in 20 points, sharking high point honors with Larry lf .McKain of Linn-Mar.
14 24-73 scored first, and
onds showing on the clock were ahead 57-54. Bruce Eichler of Linn-Mar put in the final shot to end the scoring.
Coach Doug Albertson of Ana-
Oregon St. Stuns ISU Matmen
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4 0-t • Alberts I 0-1 2 Doonan 0 O-O- 0 Stlinger 0 2-4 2
Totals 34 15-24 13 Totals 30 14-23 74
Bettendori 20 IS IV 2V—83
Jefferson . . 20 14 tv ie—74
Field Goal Shooting;
Bettendorf, $4 att.. 34 made, 43 pct. Jefferson 70 att., 30 made, 43 pct.
Team Fouls; Bettendorf IV, Jeff 24 Fouled Out: Holcomb, Wagner, Selinqcr.
Craig Enright. The
Dawson T.4^3-7fiwisco ,.^7*2-*3^4 tie at the end of the first ... ,. ... ... ,, ,
Daugherty . $ o-oioHiatt ...3 3-4 e f 10 i-r I didn t hit a field goa Until 2:41
Kennedy 4 3-4 IS woodrum I 5^ 7 quarter (0 take an 18-17 lead
Hemmers I M 3 Fetderman 7 0-2 14 . . ,, l.ii- ,u„i un*; left Oil Dick Church’S tWO
City High 43 pct. f’niifJ'ir*; Team Fouls; Kenn. 17, City H
v..uu^uia Pooled out; Kenn. Rienhold; ct.y rtigh
mo.sa attributed his win to his took an i"aV"lvaT bl.imd "the ability State surprLsed Iowa
hot shooting of .\IcKain and V.'”’* !" quarter. Stale, defending .NCAA wrcs-
Thompson $-4 21 Callahan
Ratcliff .. 3 1-2 4 KUwitter
Cooling .. 0 0-n 0 Bakey
Roalson 0 OO 0
Totals 24 13-18 44 Totals
Wash ..........13 18
Senior ..... 13 V
Field Goal Shooting:
Wash, 4V att., 34 made, 38 pct. Senior, 73 att., 34 made, 34 pct.
Team Fouls: Wash 14; Senior is.
Fouled out: None.
cr (0 take an 18-5:06 left in the half
7 0-014 with 0 OO o.they never relinquished.
34 10-14 40 1« 18—44 14 33-40
Circuit Judge Blocks Rock Island Suspension
Lburcns two Kennedy Sophs Top
Tho full court ores--' forced . Strommer was next in Iowa City 50-37 continuing their assault into
nine Cougar mistakes bv jnter-i^**^^ IOWA CITY — Ken Kr.^er second period, Linn-Mar
rssion mosX^ back^"’“^" hit,sco«vd 16 ,x)ints to ^ce Ken-; their lead to eight
mission, mostly in me duck nedy s .sophs to a 50-37 win over
Malone, the Mississippi Valley, Iowa City here Friday night.
- ---------------- ---- The win gave the Cougars a 4-1
k J . • I i season record.
Marion v^^iris Kennedy (SO): Kramer 14, Meyer 7,
IToug Nietrrl. ending the f,est ,"''k.A'<‘unu^7"'he bench andqjing champion, quarter with a four-point edge, ‘"Jheir end^of-the^game poise, meet Friday night. ^ I Albertson added that Linn-Mar
ReacJ Takes Over as Oregon Boss
points early in the quarter at 21-13, and held this, their larg-
26-11 in a dual I
ELYiE.N’E, Ore. iAP> — Ore-
Iowa .Stale, ranked No .1 in “ach, Uon Head,
thinks a new offense might help
■ in suffering its first dual meet 'h^ made last sea.son
John Costello and Rich Ital- ,055 after tLe victories. "ho was
stoa aided Anamosa in their vie- ranked sixth
tory with 12 and IO points rc-
has a fine basketball team and nation by Amateur Wrcs- !r.^ "''Sh' hell
that "we were fortunate loping Newe, trailed all the way‘he Ducks improve on the 2-S win.” W..0I mnot record they made last sca.son
MAQUOKETA - M a r i on's I
Coleman 4, Long 3, Crosser 3, Dave WH son 2, Bart Wilson 14.
Iowa City (37); Bontwell 3, Cochran Cummins 3, Piper 4, Dean 3, Bracnei Ringcnberg 3.
ti* Ststc in uiiiuivu I
est lead of the game for five ?(>eclively. Dana Lyon dumped ^NrTA^^finaIs^''last year ^-'oach, said at a noon news
clinched the victory when ^ ,
re- Lions. , _ " : » _ ^Homninn offt^nse with more empha-
Linn Mar (44)
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girls basketball team raised its | record to 7-3 with a 27-21 win j
ROCK ISLAND, 111. (AP) - A lieved varsity basketball CoachT>vor Maquoketa here Friday'
„ . u night. Karen Williamson led
lim Oeboff and sophomore
’each Wayne Hcssel of their I Marion (27): Kim skilling 4,
Sorenson I, Darlene Collins 4, Belh|i,-,i, i,„.
Karen Williamson IO, Shelley ' tilgb SCOrtT JOI
circuit court judge has issued a temporary order blocking suspension of Rock Island High
pfiiMun u. SVUL. SO.CHU IJIb-l because of
xSchool from the Illinois High;
School Association. ! incident. Both will remain as
Judge Conway Spanton issued, teachers, he said.
the ruling Friday after the RISA! The IHSA said the susptuision|
had announced it was suspend-levied after an investiga-!
ing the school because it hh^i„„ indicated that a Bock Is-i recruited two basketball players ♦ uj ^ n t..,,,
in violation of associalion'le"<l/-<;8eh had enrolled two
pupils from other schools this
The sus^nsion would have; ,p„kesman identified
had the effect of barring (|,n Diuiny Jones from
school f'-h'^.he'npe'nR v^th.Uckport Central High Sctiool.i
other schools in everything froml^^^ ^
wrestling and basketball to p.,,. :
t i c i p a t e (I in practice but; dropped out of the school before . . I the basketball .season began.
The IHSA said the recruiting^ Judge Spanton scheduled a violation occurred while hearing for Jan. 21 on whether i school was on probation forjjbe injunction should be made competing in February in ^ permanent. !
music festival not sanctioned by __
the IHSA. I • • VA/*
The suspension was to be forj j p|0 yy
not more than one year and the!
IHSA said it would reconsider k^;a+ I 0
its action if “satisfactory disci-j'^'l IVIQ I J 4,/ IV
plinary measures vvttc Heavyweight Duane Lowe had
against those involved in inc but the
recruitment. | Hawks had enough strength
.ludge Spanton said the I»l>Aielsewhere to turn hack Benton decision ncedk'ssly 35.10 in the Prairie gym Friday
fiersons who weren’t involved in ^
The injunction sought by ‘ giuppicrs a 4-1-1 record.
Hock Island school district was Hawks’ junior varsity
issued iH’iidmg IHSA recoiisid-'.^,^^^ eration of its decision. varsity
Harold Voyli’S, principal of the school, said scIkmiI officials agreed with the IHSA’s findings of a violation hut felt the pena lily was too harsh.
“It veems gro.ssly nnlair. nu just, willful and eapiieions ol the IHSA hoard to punish not only innocent hasketh.dl players hut also student participants in every othrr activity for a ((uarter of their school livt'S,” said Voyle.^'.
Ile .said the seliool liad re-
Harbaugh's IO Pace Lion Sophs 63-29
The Linn-Mar sophomore bas-jketbaJ! team defeated Anamosa April I F'riday night at Anamosa 63-29 the game was
'^q*uoketa (21); Terry Kirk 2, Nancy!Hai baUgll of Lllin-Mar cJrol* Limb"^.”“''’'" '®' HI
With under two minutes maining......
on OI iUrh ^
came alive. Sparked by the quick play of Neunaber and John Costello, Anamosa cut the Totait
Lion lead to two, 30-‘28. With the score 30’28, and 30 seconds re- T-'m «°at1^ 23®m?dV: 3$ Pct
Read, promoted from assist-it coach, conference he would install a
Anamosa (57) ___
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laons leading 29-21, the Raiders tVomo.na 7 oMi5 coT.tr ! Mi! sion over Al Nacin in
2 2I '4 pound class.
7 0-0 14 Costttig 4 3 3 13 Ralston 2 0-1 4 Richardson
J O-O-4 Htrmosch 3 0-0 4
0 14 I Smktv I 0 0-2
Burrock 0 1-2 I
23 10-14 44 Totals 32 13-18 4 7 OntS IS
fending collegiate champion
IC II ut ll gL I K I gjg passing than most teams
Greg Strobol scored a ^2 using the Veer.
Norv Ritchey, director of ath-rsciv 40 U A ♦..« nine announccd earlier that
byTr^eJi^ar, h avywefght Enr'Sh' was through as head
^ ■ coach. He said the university
” • - tCund'-M h-r'EnrighUsTnDa'cT,
Grey I lonberurr, e, liet Cnt Vuuol, I aery Wood, C, drew Jay Mruvr, drrw John Wagntr, dot. H.iittly Sill
98 IO 2 lOS.
I IU John Ulaha, P,
119 Douq Ifiiih, I mui'Cker, 9 2.
UA Marly Davis, I’, ili;c Davf HolK’son,
IU ken Wllken-., C, di e Kevin Hatkpr, IO *.
IJS Jell Mellriien, I*, dei Kent Kina, 8
UA 111 UC* Hornick, C, dec. Gary
Kaiser, 8 0 IAS. larry Kaiser, H, dec. Jlin Grade,
147 r)ouq Hleder, ll, dec Kevin Ander son, 4 2 HIA John Culver, C, lorl ttwl Duane l.owti, C, pinned lint
Kaputlan, 4 AA i
JUNIOR VARSITY 98; Steve Shebelka, C, 9 2; IQS Dave, Shretnek, C, I 14; 117: Scott Carlson, C,| tort; 119 Wayne Jisnet, C, J JA; UA Vinie '.Itholl. r, A IS, 112. lim Miller, C, 4I;| IM Steve Uthoff, C, 4 49; I4.A Ron I AAallov, C, 4 0; ISA: larry (,an»e, ll, H 4 IAI; frlc Shelton. C, AO, ISS Hon! Hraav ll, ll. ; u. Mw! Dave Waite, I*, lot I '
maining in the half, Costello stole the ball and went in for a lay-up, tying the score at the half at 30-30.
Sc'a-sawing back and forth in the fourth quarter, the lead fi-
Zenor Gets Pin, But Cougars Fall
•tt., 22 n LM 14,
Ron Boucher division.
Jefferson Grapplers Top Beffendorf, 31-14
which has two years to run, but he didn’t know what F^nright would do during that time.
“I was not happy with the direction being given to the football program at Oregon,” Ritchie said. “In Don Read, I feel we are very fortunate to have a man from our own staff 4. at 138, while Brown handed who is well respected.” twice-beaten Kent Wcindruch Fmright, 39. had a 4-7 record an 8-5 setback at 126. with Oregon going into the past
season after his first year with
Iowa City high’s wresitlers remained defeating Kennedy 26-14 in the (’ougars* gym Friday night.
IU Steve .\llspach
Gaittt* Spprts Writer
Jefferson's wrestling team met ,x-.xc
It. big^..st Jim "'f.‘‘"-rs,ty
.son in '''ie f'-'day "'Eht^comreiddrcw 1-1 with previous-
Some critics complained his
by hammering previously sometimes seemed
tx-iiten HolteniW, Tho «'ore “ during games-oc-
lh.- ->^'"Wk" E>;' '>'"8dual rec-ord to 6-0 and won its "“"'‘w'''^ «" cLlssv Paul \ iktora at 112 . , ... .. ... apparently functioning part of
eden Zenor of Kennedy got the ixmnds and heavyweight suictssjon e .
only pin of the match whtm he Jenkins, in stopping a team con- ‘ ‘ varsity
stuck Rob .Myers in 5-25 Tam-2 ”ocomplaints
the time without benefit of quick decisions on key strategy.
, ... Mississippi Valiev supremacv ,os Don
Mike SkoiKT, wlio otttud ii9.,K,„„dor -lim
a 9-1 reoird going into the meet, (bat hits the J-Hawk RogggnsAtk, 4 47
ifould earn no better than an taps and he:id coach Bill ,M''Nicl B«ivanj, j
[draw against Rick Bostwick. 2 2
Keiinedy’ti overall record is now 2-4. and the Cougar grapplers are 1-3 in conference nuvts
Kennedy won the jayvee meet 39 18 and the soph match, 51-6
Jim Showman Iv tipi
Bm I lotto
Bahan/,, coming on strong after a pair of early season losses, ended an unbeaten .string of 16 \ictories by Bettendorf’s Mark Sullivan, and he did it grand style, demolishing Sullivan lO-I.
McNiel was s t\ rring flu
J. de*. pinned Randy dec. Mark SuHi dec. Kent Wein
■ ICA Cxtul ttotlel, IC. dec Dan Rosa, >3 ' trying to analyze
117 Bob Dipt;. K. dPC. JpH MpIpp, 6 0 tl9 Mike SkoTPt. K, drew Rick Bos! wick. 2 7
126: John Dudley, K, dec. Tom White. A
van, IO I 124 Jpd Brown, J, druch, 8-S
IJ2: Mike Dvkema. B. dec. Gary Chris lensen, 4 3 138. Dick Briggs. J, dec. Kurt Maben Icht, 5 4
145 Jim Comretd, J, drew Mike Fled lien, l l.
ISS. Tom Sadler, J, dec Lynn Mishler. i 2
147. Brute I puerhelm. J. diew John Strohm 2’
I IBA Greg Sprott, B dt-i. i.,-.im Igram, ' 0
Hwt Bob Jenkins, I pinned Mike Win HanttlaO, VU
JUNIOR varsity 98 Butch Wingett. J. pm; IDA Douq
Wade that recruiting efforts following the disappointing sea.son lacked direction, said a member of the athletic department who wouldn't be identified.
Head said the Veer offeii7e “Iduls Itself to both the pass and the run in a very colorful way Ifs the kind of offense tans get excited about,”
R’tchie said Read, 40, could reorganize his staff if he chose.
Read said he would interview staff members through Satur-
the outcome “These kids just kept themselves in .sh:ijH‘. despite the ban
/■'lip Cholo bv John Mi Ivor
132 Bill nonman, IL, dec Dean Sturli. . . , , . i
4J , _ , .1 HH .q on the holidav sjHirts and
I < Bob f obian. Ic, dei. Jim Lind. 4 2 ■ j , >• i
14k lorry wtipv. I' dec. Mick Bajtpiii.,serve all tile ert'dit, he
* l\i Bob HouspI It dei Sieve Slier- plniliod
IA7: Glen /enor, K pinned Hob Myers Hut W hell mcntlOll WaS IlTadl
' ikA Denn Smith, dec Dennis Ha-.kervil 'lf th(» fact that HalVtUlZ had
Hnk Kondom, IC, dec tom knocked Off ail UlllM'aton fuookhir't. B
I"'""" JUNIO. v.NS.tr giiippliT, hii liKT III 111) with a"»"
98 Handy loikwocxl K, tort; IDA. Scott l;., x-.ixil,.
Snivlh K, tori. IU Wally WeiiPl. K, tori, ‘J'X MillH
Imgo^'K.S i'T “Vcs. hc really did a tremeii
vinqen, j, »vi. , , iii iii.
Thompson. J. I 32, i)2. Jim Gatiaghar, J, day and probably would keep A O, 119 Ray Harnev. J. tort; 124: Kim; ‘ . _i , , . ;iu
Wells, B, 4 2; 132: Bryant Knox, J, U-2. thoSC wlU) Wanted tO Stay With 138 Doug Lester, J, 4 I; 14A; Wayne ... ,
Walkner,“. 6 0; ISA Jerry Christensen, J, possibly tWO exceptions. pm; 167 Davi- Behr. H 4 1, ISA Er-it Morten, B, dec Hwt Wayne B.mke, J pin
‘OPHOMO»''S 98 Dave Gorney, B. 3 SA, lOA Tom X haPnian, J A1 112 Steve H.»i,oarInr-r,
J 13 12; 119: Oreq Thornp:>on J, draw
Ken St heckler. I I, 126 Bob Moody, J. I • , , ,
4 132 John HuiDphreys, J, 3 15, ,138 (lordy Nordgreii s shot at tm
Helps Jeff Sophs
I Key n Ch-ictcn-en, J, 5 OI; UA Dave Zmv merman, J, i IAI Javme
merman, J, 4 16; 155: Tlrti Ktcchcr, I. 60; |)U//(‘r gaVt* tile Jetfer.SOIl SOllllO V, J 1-0: 185' Jim _ ....
A I; Hwt
I Shields, K 12 6,
Scott Bean. Ic 3 2, Ii ISA: Dennis I den
118 Dave Kinney IC,. 3 2, 145, Kedh and Set the tOllipO fof ALBURNETT 33, MAO. VALLEY 13
98 Roger Geers, A,
A I 36, 126 Pete Root
Joftorsoii’s lorry Lamest Cxiiis .in easy field goal off tho fast break, in tho early going of tho J-Hawks 83-74 Valley loss to Bottondorf Friday night, fcarnosf sprayed in 20 poilu* to pace tho Jeff scoring.
• "'>• «h,,U. .sl,,i«. tun Dirk Itrigp _ ^
Iiiul .Iril llrmvii dill grriil Joli.s ». w.ukon .
too and tliev wert' undt'rdogs
SUPHOMOKLS 98 Dave Maurer, ic. 2 0; 105: Craig H.iiqrave, IC, 6>; IU Kent Kaotman. K, 8 J, 119 I tam Moeiiik, K, .' .i.i UA lom Kadlei. K, AO. IJ7 Dennis I dmundA, Kadi. I, K. <0, 132 Deiiniv I (lmund\. K, Kalth John-ion, K, a A; ISS Paul tlollowav K tori, 167; Ion Hr|lhq>it, K, lorl . ISA Kurt Ball, K, tori; Hi'wt lake Hansen, K
Briggs .scored an escape with just five seconds left to whip Knrt llahenielit (15-1) 5-
Ro'n Gorsh, J, rnoccs a 78-76 win over Bcttcn (I 'l f in ii tliiY'covertime con-U'st at Jeff Friday Rick Samck l(‘d tile J Hawks with ‘28 points lctf IS now 2-3 in tile Missi.ssippi bl ; loyjeft spdiev. Valiev conference and 2 4 over
4). A. J 47, U: Jim
Kurt Smeltftr lf. Joe 4, Joel Oraham Tony Sialas 7, Mark
A.IS, ISS Doua Blinks, Lls, 3 31, 167:
Roger Dailey Lis, A 15; ISA Joe Unruh.
I In, 5 14, Hwt I huck Butteris. I is, 42
.'.'iS" I'-Kw, '(’'f'S' pZf'Mi'i'iv’. . r~i 0.,..™
LISBON 49, LINCOLN ' Jd# Hunter
9£ Chuck I eGrand, Lls, I 30, IDA Brian lAt'-m* - sa n*w.
Mo!u,.u..,, S.. ill Dov, !.,;,!;;!. I.,. u!
Carter 8, Mark Anderson ll, Slevo Rooks ■' Teifv Walters 1