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Page 12 -- The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 21, 1986

4

THE NCAAs

Wa1ker, Kentucky top
aerP,

Tide, 68-63

ATLANTA (AP) - Kenny Walker
scored 22 points and James Blackmon
hit two key baskets in a second-half
burst that opened a nine-point lead as
third-ranked Kentucky continued its
mastery of Alabama 68-63 in the
NCAA Southeast Regonal basketball
semifinals last night.
It was the 14th victory in a row for
the Wildcats and their fourth this
season over Alabama in advancing to
Saturday's regional finals against the
winner of Thursday's second game
between No. 6 Georgia Tech and
Louisiana State.
ALABAMA fought back from a 12-0
spurt in the first half to close to within
38-36 on a driving basket by Terry
Coner with 14:43 left in the game.
Kentucky then went on a 10-3 burst
to build a 48-39 and the Crimson Tide
was never able to get closer than
seven points until the final 30 seconds
of play.
Winston Bennett started the key
spurt form inside with 14:09 left,
Cedric Jenkins then scored from the
left baseline and Blackmon drilled
two straight 20-footers from the cor-
ner before Walker closed it by hitting
two free throws with 9:08 remaining.
ALABAMA'S only scoring during
that span included a free throw by
Jim Farmer and a basket by Buck
Johnson.
Alabama cut the lead to seven
several times and Kentucky had 10-
point leads three times down the
stretch. ]
Baskets by Derrick McKey and
Coner in the final 30 seconds marked
the first time Alabama trailed by less
than seven.
The victory lifted Kentucky to 32-3
and Alabama finished at 24-9. Coner
led the Crimson Tide with 20 points.
Auburn 70, UNLV 63.
HOUSTON (AP) - Auburn's Chuck
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Person scored 17 of his 25 points in the
second half and rallied the unranked
Tigers to a 70-63 victory over No. 11
Nevada-Las Vegas Thursday night in
the semifinals of the NCAA West
Regional basketball tournament.
Person, who hit only four of 11 shots
from the field in the first half, scored
Auburn's first three baskets of the
second half and led a charge that gave
the Tigers, who trailed by as many as
14 points in the first half, their first
lead of the second half, 50-49, with 7:57
left in the game.
Auburn, 22-10, will play the
winner of the other West semifinal
game later Thursday night between
North Carolina and Louisville on
Saturday.
The West Regional champion will
advance to the NCAA Final Four
tournament March 29-31 at Reunion
Arena in Dallas against the Southeast
Regional champion.
Auburn, advancing to its farthest
point in NCAA play, took the lead for
good at 56-55 with 3:55 to play on a side
jumper by Person.
NEVADA-Las Vegas' Anthony
Jones, who scored 16 points, missed
three free throws over the final 2:44 as
the Runnin' Rebels couldn't mount a
last-minute charge.
Freddie Banks, who scored 12 first-
half points as the Runnin' Rebels took
a 34-25 halftime lead, finished with 20
points, while Armon Gilliam led
Nevada-Las Vegas with 21.
Auburn's Jeff Moore gave the
Tigers a 50-49 lead, Auburn's first sin-
ce Person hit the first basket of the
game.
Person, Auburn's leading scorer
and three-time All-Southeastern Con-
ference selection, had only eight poin-
ts at the half.
Banks fueled Nevada-Las Vegas'
first-half surge before he collided with
Auburn's Chris Morris with 2:22 left in
the half and had to be helped from the
court.

Gynasts are healthy,
ready for Big Tens
By DOUGLAS VOLAN
A healthy women's gymnastics squad will challenge for the Big Ten
championships this weekend in Minneapolis. "It's what we've worked for
all year long," said coach Dana Kempthorn.
The team is very optimistic since this will be the first time in a long
time that coach Kempthorn can put all three of her top all-around per-
formers (Heidi Cohen, Janne Klepe, and Amy Meyer) together in the
same meet. Injuries have made this impossible up to the Big Ten meet.
"WE HAVE more depth now," said Kempthorn. "This will be our
;strongest lineup."
Realistically, though, coach Kempthorn knows that it will be hard
powerhouses Ohio State, Michigan State, and Minnesota (where the
Golden Gophers will be at home for the Championships), since each of those
teams average more than five points better than the Wolverines
in team score.
"I'd like to be better than fourth
(Michigan finished fourth in last
year's Big Ten championships), N *
but I'd be very pleased with four- 4 ""~
th," said Kempthorn. "Just to get
fourth we'd have to hit like we've
never hit before, and no falls.We'd
have to perform our cleanest
routines of the year.
HOWEVER, any hope for upending
one of the top three teams is not in*
vain. When the Wolverines took an ,
Ohio State and Michigan State
earlier in the season (both losses) k\\
they did not have the depth in
lineup they'll benefit from this
weekend. "Due to injuries, we did
not have our strongest lineup for
OSU or Michigan Stae, so I'm
hoping for a surprise," said Kem-tC o uen
pthrn.... top all-arounder
pthorn.
The Big Tens are also important because the team members get to
compete individually and have a chance to be Big Ten champions in the
four different events. "There is a lot of incentive for the girls to do well
because there is a lot of pride and prestige in the Big Ten's," Kempthorn
noted. "It's a chance for the girls to prove themselves."
In regards to the tournament schedule, the team competition will be
tonight, while the individual competition will then be tomorrow night.
Heidi Cohen represents the Wolverines' best chance for success in the in-
dividual competition. She will try to better her fifth place finish on the
floor excercise in the 1984 Big Ten meet.

I

4

Associated Press
Kentucky's Kenny Walker works the ball inside against Alabama's Jim
Farmer in an NCAA Southeast Regional semifinal game last night.
Walker poured in 22 points as the Wildcats dumped the Crimson Tide.
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Pitcher Vicky Morrow raised her
record to 2-0 while Alicia Seegert
drove in the game's only home run.
THE U.S. International team then
turned around and showed the
Wolverines their comeback power as
they defeated Michigan, -3-2. Mauri
Foster took the loss for the Wolverines
and started her at 0-1.
In game number three, Mankato
State became Michigan's next victim
as they fell 4-1 to the Wolverines.
Julie Clark pitched her first game of
the year while fellow hurler Morrow
hit a triple and drove in two runs for
the game. Seegert also helped out to
the Wolverine's winning ways with a
double and one run batted in.
Michigan notched California-River-
side 3-2 in their final effort of the day.
Michele Bolster pitched the winning
games and upped her record to 2-0 on
the season. Martha Rogers had a two-
run home run in the fifth inning to put
Michigan on top for good.
The Wolverines continue play at the
Cal. State Fullerton hosted In-
vitational through the weekend.
Among the 16-team field, eight of the
schools were powerful forces in last
year's National Championships.
Detroit 10, Boston 9
WINTER HAVEN, Fla (AP) - Doug
Baker drove in four runs with four
hits, incuding a homer and a tie-
breaking infield single in the 10th in-
ning, as the Detroit Tigers handed
Boston a fourth consecutive defeat in
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Sox.
Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd, repriman-
ded for arriving at the park more than
90 minutes late for his first spring ap-
pearance, blanked Detroit on two hits
over three innings.
BOYD, released after one week of
hospital tests disclosed nothing more
serious than a noncontagious viral
hepatitis infection, struck out two and
walked one. He explained he was late
because his wife was ill.
Boston, 4-8, built a 7-0 lead in the fir-
st three innings against Detroit right-
hander Dan Petry, who had allowed
just one run in three previous outings.
However, five of six runs in the second
inning were unearned because of two
errors by shortstop Alan Tramell.
Mike Easler capped the big inning
with a two-run homer,-his first, and
rookie Sam Horn drove in a run with a
double in the third.
MIKE TRUJILLO replaced Boyd
and faced only three batters in the
fourth. Then the Tigers scored six
runs on four singles, two walks and a
two-run throwing error by shortstop
Glenn Hoffman after he cut off a
throw from the outfield.
Rookie Mike Rochford took over for
Trujillo in the sixth and was tagged
g for Baker's two-run homer, a drive
through the wind over the fence in
left-center.
Detroit made it 9-7 on an RBI single
by Baker off Tim Lollar in the eighth.
Mike Stenhouse's two-run single off
Brian Denman tied the score in the
ninth.
The Tigers then pulled out their 10th
victory in 14 preseason starts on a'
double by Darnell Coles and Baker's
ground single into the hole at short off
Joe- Sambito, who became Boston's
sixth pitcher at the start of the ninth.
Shuler killed in accident
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Mid-
dleweight boxer James Shuler was
killed yesterday when the motorcycle
he was driving was involved in an ac
cident with a tractor-trailer,
authorities said.
Shuler, 26, was pronounced dead at
the scene of the 5 p.m. accident in nor-
th Philadelphia, according to Police
Corp. Lawrence DeJarnette.
Details of the accident were not
available, but DeJarnette said Shuler
was riding a Kawasaki motorcycle
north on a city street and a tractor-
trailer driven by Paul D. Wilson, 51
was heading west on an intersectin
street when the accident occurred.
The morgue employee said Shuler
had just bought the motorcycle and
had the temporary registration in his
pocket.
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