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The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 18, 1985, Image 11

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Monday, March 18,1985/The Battalion/Page 11 ss BD NCAA Tourney Sin overtime and Boston College |edged Duke 74-73 in the Midwest Region. In the West, Alabama han- Idled Virginia Commonwealth 63-59 and Texas-El Paso downed North ICarolina State 86-73. Jeff Adkins and Keith Gatlin each Jmade two free throws in the Final Iminute to lead Maryland, 25-11, |over Navy, 26-6. On Saturday in the Southeast, No. |7 North Carolina edged Notre Dame 3-58 on the Fighting Irish’s home Icourt and it will meet Auburn, a 66- J64 winner over No. 13 Kansas, in the lother semifinal. No. 12 Illinois used a 16-0 spurt in [the first half to take control early in [beating Georgia. Doug Altenberger [scored the First and last baskets of ithe rally as the Fighting Illini, 26-8, [took a 32-15. lead and led 34-19 at halftime. Efrem Winters led Illinois, which will face the winner of Sunday’s Syr- acuse-Georgia Tech Jjanie in the re gional semifinals, with 19 points, while Altenberger Finished with 16. oe Ward led Georgia, 22-9, with 17 [points. Sixth-ranked Georgia Tech, 26-7, used its inside strength to beat No. 15 Syracuse as the Yellow Jackets racecl from a 28-27 halftime lead [with the First six points of the second half and Syracuse never got closer than three the rest of the way. Georgia Tech’s big men, Yvon Jo seph and John Salley, combined for [30 points and 14 rebounds, while guard Mark Price led the way-with 18 points. Rafael Addison led Syra- use, 22-9, with 17 points. 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