8The Dailv Tar HeelMonday. January 30, 1989
j Sports. " .
owsodd St. defeats Tair Heels
despite Bemkins' strong effort
By BETHANY LITTON
' Stall Writer
While the men's basketball team
was battling Georgia Tech in the
Smith Center Saturday, the gymnas
'tics team was putting on an equally
-entertaining show in Carmichael
Auditorium, flipping and jumping
their way to a strong showing against
, Towson State University.
. - A talented Towson State team won
cthe meet by five points, but the UNC
.gymnasts came away with a total
' score improvement of two points
from last week and a new team
record, set by freshman Angela
.Denkins on the balance beam with
a personal best score of 9.85.
Denkins was also the top per
; former of the meet, winning all four
events with scores of 9.45 on the vault
" and 9.7 on both uneven bars and floor
,. Coach Derek Galvin said that a
lack of depth kept the team from
; prevailing against Towson State,
especially since Kristin Bilotta and
;Tracy Calore, two of their most
consistent performers, were not
j competing in the all-around. Calore
is out with a sprained ankle, and
, Bilotta had the flu last week and was
I unable to practice, although she did
I compete in the vaulting event.
Towson proved to be deserving of
; its top three ranking in the east. They
! outscored UNC in all four events and
Wendy Weaver and Lori Salindong
placed second and third respectively
in the all-around competition.
"I was impressed with Towson
State's depth on every event," Galvin
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On the vault, Salindong and
Weaver finished second and third
behind Denkins with scores of 9.35
and 9.3. UNC's Melissa Leonard also
executed a strong vault, earning, a
score of 9.0, and Bilotta, despite her
lack of practice last week, contributed
The uneven parallel bars was the
closest event of the day, with Towson
State edging out the Tar Heels by only
. .65 of a point. Towson State's Ann
Sugden placed second to Denkins
with a powerful 9.55, and Carrie
Suto, a UNC sophomore who placed
first on the bars in the 1988 ACC
Invitational, executed a smooth,
graceful routine for a 9.5 to finish
In the floor exercise, Denkins
combined popular dance moves with
an energetic routine to captivate the
crowd and win the event. Weaver
came in second with a 9.6, and her
teammate Salindong followed close
behind with a 9.55.
Weaver took another second place
in the balance beam with a 9.6, and
Tandy Knight, also from Towson
State, was awarded a 9.3 for her
controlled beam routine.
The highlight of the meet, however,
was Denkins' record-setting beam
performance. With confidence she
took control of the four-inch wide
beam, executing flips and leaps with
perfect balance and strong landings.
Galvin said Denkins, who was the
1986 U.S. National Beam Champion,
showed her potential in that event.
"Undoubtedly she's one of the top
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she really showed that today," he said.
Before her routine, Denkins stood
facing the wall with her head down.
She said was going over the routine
in her mind, and that she felt more
mentally prepared Saturday than in
the first meet last weekend.
"I felt more ready before I went,
more on top of things," Denkins said.
She said that the crowd participa
tion during her routines, particularly
beam and floor, contributed to her
"When you have the crowd behind
you it just makes everything so much
easier," she said.
Galvin said having their first two
meets at home helped the gymnasts
get comfortable with competition and
provided a strong start for the season.
"If we can keep the momentum
going the way it's been these last two
weeks, 111 feel very good about it,"
he said. "They're showing the kind
of qualities it's going to take to be
an NCAA level team."
The team will focus on improving
their balance beam performance,
Galvin said, because they could be
stronger in that event. He said he was
pleased with the womens' progress in
the uneven bars, which in three years
has gone from their weakest event to
one of their best.
Saturday's meet was especially
enjoyable for the spectators because
of the talent level of both teams,
"The quality of gymnastics from
both teams was great," he said. "The
routines were very clean."
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"Then, we kept with it in the second
half and they just couldn't stop us.w
Indeed, the second half proved to
be showtime for the UNC frontcourt.
But the Yellow Jackets managed
to keep the game competitive on the
strength of some sizzling outside
shooting by Scott (nine three-pointers
on the day) and Hammonds.
After two consecutive Scott treys
and a Hammonds jam, Maurice
Brittian hit a foul line jumper to close
the gap to four at 67-63.
But the Tar Heels responded
quickly with seven straight points.
Jeff Lebo, playing for the first time
since injuring his ankle in a Jan. 15
game at Virginia, set up Pete Chilcutt
for a flying dunk to start the run.
Then, with less than eight minutes
remaining in the game, Madden
missed a free throw that could have
restored the UNC lead to eight points.
But Pete Chilcutt was there in the
lane, jumping and tipping the ball
with one hand, once . . ., twice : . .,
three times finally pushing it in
the direction of King Rice at
Rice hit Madden, who turned and
drilled a 12-foot baseline jumper, was
fouled, and converted the free throw.
It was a four-point possession and
the Tar Heel lead was back up to
10 at 73-63.
The Yellow Jackets would never
again get closer than the final score
The Tar Heels built their impres
sive first half lead on the strength of
one scintillating run at the 10-minute
mark. With Tech leading 23-21, the
Tar Heels went on a 16-2 run in which
six different Tar Heels found the
bottom of the net. After two Fox free
throws, Rice nailed a three-pointer
from the right side to make it 26-23
Tar Heels. After a Williams bucket
and ensuing free throw, Reid, Lebo,
Madden and Fox chipped in two
freebies apiece and all of a sudden
it was 37-25 Tar Heels.
Except for the Rice trey, every
basket came from either in the paint
or on the foul line.
It was the story of the day.
Wylaimdl, wrestlers top Tigers
From staff reports
CLEMSON, S.C. The eighth
ranked North Carolina wrestling
team won five matches and drew two
others to beat ACC-foe Clemson 21
13 on Saturday. .
The match marjeed the 15th
straight time that the UNC grapplers,
now 12-3 overall and 2-1 in the ACC,
have beaten the Tigers, who fell to
9-8 and 0-1.
North Carolina junior standout
Doug Wyland upped his overall
record to 27-1 with a 20-8 drubbing
of Kurt Howell at the 126-pound
Clemson started strong, winning
two of the first three matches,
including the 118- and 134-pound
classes. But UNC bounced back on
the strength of wins by Enzo Catullo
(at 142), Darry Clark (150), Jay
Landolfo (167), Ben Oberly (177),
Glen Pazinco (190), and heavyweight
Women swimmers win, men lose
On Sunday, the 13th-ranked North
Carolina women's swim team came
from behind to upset the 1 lth-ranked
Virginia women in a tight ACC battle,
151-149, while the 15th-ranked UNC
men were crushed by unranked
The UNC women, now 7-2, and
3-1 in the ACC, had to win the final
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UNC's Jeff Lebo, back from an
event of the day to orchestrate a
comeback and beat the 6-2 and 2
2 Virginia women.
Trailing 143-140, the Tar Heel
team of Melanie Buddemeyer,
Melissa Douse, Jill Benda and Kim
Beattie splashed to victory in the 400
freestyle relay to bring home the
Buddemeyer won the 100- and 200
yard butterflies, at 55.9 and 2:01.15,
respectively. She was also on both
winning relays: the 400-yard freestyle
and 400-yard medley.
Sunday's loss ended a nine-meet
ACC winning streak for the UNC
men, now 7-1 overall and 3-1 in the
ACC, and marked the first time they
had lost an ACC match since January
of 1987. The Cavalier men stretched
their record to 5-3 and 2-2.
Mackey shines in individual meet
JOHNSON CITY, Tn. North
Carolina's Kendra .Mackey ran the
second fastest women's 400 meters
time in UNC history on Friday and
the fourth fastest women's 200 meters
in UNC history on Saturday during
individual competition at the 1989
Kodak Indoor Track Invitational.
Mackey's time of 55.22 in the 400,
good for third place in the meet, is
second only to her school-record time
of 55.10, which she set last year. Her
24.5 1 finish in the 200 meters netted
her fifth place in that event.
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Other top performances were
turned in by UNC assistant coach
John Hinton, who finished third in
the men's invitational mile in 4:01.33,
and Jarene McClure, whose fourth
place 447" throw in the women's shot
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Fencers enjoy big weekend .
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. The
North Carolina men's fencing team
won four of their six meets while the
Tar Heel women fencers went 4-1 in
other weekend action.
The men, now 10-6 on the season;
defeated Northwestern (14-7), Wisj
consin (14-8), Cornell (14-4) and N.Q
State (14-2). Their two losses came
at the hands of Penn State (3-14) ano)
The North Carolina women
improved to 12-1 with wins over
Northwestern (9-4), Wisconsin (9-2)-Cornell
(9-1) and Princeton (9-0). The
lone loss for the women came when
Penn State rolled to a 9-3 win.
In the sabre division, Paul LeBlanc,
led the UNC men with a 12-5 record
on the day, while Ravi Sawhney anq
Jamal Reimer went 11-5 in the epee
For the women, Cheryl Gates went
12-1, Alicia Foster was 10-4 and
Ashley Grabs was 10-5 in the foil
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