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JOHNSON STARS FOR 'A' CHAMPS
Everett trips Rice

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By ERNIE DUNBAR
All the pre-game attention had been cen-
tered on Ali-Staters Earvin (Magic) Johnson
of Lansing Everett (27-1) and Kevin Smith of
Birmingham Brother Rice (21-4).
But it was senior guard Jamie Huffman
that eventually brought the Class A state bas-
ketball title to Lansing with a 62-56 overtime
victory.
After falling behind by as many as seven
points in the fourth quarter, Everett whittled
its way back into the see-saw game and tied
the contest at 45-45 with 1:43 left in the period
on a juniper by Johnson.
THE TWO TEAMS then traded baskets un-
til Everett center Paul Dawson grabbed a re-
bound off a Johnson shot and sunk a layup with
only three seconds remaining.
Thinking they had captured their first state
title in their school's history, the Everett play-
ers rejoiced on the sidelines, following a
Brother Rice time out.
But Smith took the succeeding inbound~s
pass, dribbled to mid-court, and fired a 45-
foot desperation shot that his the glass and
fell through the nets, sending the game into
overtime.
HUFFMAN, WHO ALLOWED Smith 25 points
in the game, fell to the floor in amazement.
But his heroics were yet to come.
After Johnson had fouled out with 1:06 left
in overtime, Huffman took over with clutch
free throw shooting and tight defense on Smith.
"He won us a state championship today,"
said victorious coach George Fox. "He did
some great things."
Among Huffman's efforts were 14 points
and floor leadership in the overtime period.

BUT HOFFMAN didn't seem that overwhelm-
ed with his performance. "I knew I had a joh
to do tonight and I knew what I had to do.
I was trying to make him (Smith) do what
he's not used to doing, trying to make him
go to his left," Huffman said.
Although Fox said he felt relieved after
the game, the fourth quarter was a different
story.
"Toward the end of the game it looked like
we might not take, that state championship
back," said a smiling Fox. "But you saw the
real Everett basketball team come through in
the last two minutes of regulation time, plus
the overtime.",
Fox felt that Rice's man-to-man defense
caused his squad to make some changes.
"WHEN THEY GOT that seven-point lead,
we just said we'd have to go inside the rest
of the route and we did," Fox remarked.
While Huffman was taking care of the de-
fense, Johnson was more than contributing his
part on offense. The prep All-American canned
34 points and hauled in 14 rebounds.
"This is a great win for us," said Johnson.
"Going into the game I thought we were going
to win anyway. We played great defense and
that was the key to our success all season.
"It was a nip and tuck ball game all the
way," added Johnson. "Our shots just weren't
falling in the beginning of the game."
. Johnson felt that playing with four fouls
most of the fourth quarter didn't effect his
play.
"If I was going to get that fifth foul, I was
going to get it," Johnson said matter of fact-
ly. "I had to go out and play just as hard the
rest of the way."
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tough UNCC 51-49
By The Associated Press
Marquette center Jerome Whitehead caught a court-length
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ket at the buzzer as the Warriors beat North Carolina-Charlotte
51-49 in one of yesterday's NCAA semifinals.
Moments earlier, Charlotte center Cornbread Maxwell had
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at 49-49 with four seconds remaining.
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a 23-9 first-half lead, the 6-10 Whitehead took over midway in the,
second half.
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Lew Massey, a 6-4 forward, had kept No. 17 ranked Char-
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out at 28-4.
Basketball . MONDAYMARCH28

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North Carolina slows
down Rebels, 84-83
By The Associated Press
ATLANTA - North Carolina, sparked by All-American Phil
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points early in the second half and then held off Nevada-Las
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