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1LCC Nipped, 67-66 Lakers Lose a ^P^ m ^^^^*^ m Ik JW "I A ~WT\. ESTHERVILLE D Qhfirfi Ml «gets Drop . ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED , JAN. 9, 1974 Pag* 4 "We didn't play our style of ball and it cost us the game," said coach Ben Hix after his Lakers were nipped by MAC at Mason City, 67-66 Tuesday night. "Mason City deserved to win it," Hix added. "They made us play their game." The loss was the first for the Lakers, who are ranked 15th nationally. ILCC's record is 10-1 on the year. With 30 seconds left in the game, the Lakers were up by one, but a turnover gave MAC the ball under their own bucket. They made the shot with six seconds left on the clock. Bob Grems threw up a "desperation" shot at the buzzer and missed. "When you are undefeated, that first loss is always the toughest to take." Hix commented, "but I think we learned a lot. If we want to beat the better teams, we will have to take control early." The Lakers never did get off to a running start. Trailing by one most of the first half, the locals could not get the fast break working. "I'd have to give a lot of credit to Mason City's defense. They held Grems and Bruce to their lowest scoring nights of the year." Bob Grems finished with 10 points; Henry Bruce only- netted sLx. Al Dunning led the Lakers with 18 points. Brother Dave was second in points with 14. Doug Brandt had eight; Dick Merron hit for six and Wayne Hess connected for four. "Al and Dave played well. Dick came off the bench and did a real good job. too." The Lakers host Waldorf Thursday night, hoping to get back on the winning track. "1 think we learned our lesson. We know we have to run and keep them off-balance. We were disappointed last night, but I think we can recover from it. "If the stands are full, it'll help a lot," Hix concluded. Terril Matmen Lose to Indians Terril's mat team was out­ pointed by Spirit Lake Tuesday night 31-21, on the Indians' mat. Tiger 98 pounder, Steve Johnson, got Terril off to an early- lead with a 9-2 win over Rick 'Lowry. The Indians tied it up after the 105 pound bout. Craig Ehwegen lost 2-0 to Dave Yungclas. Spirit Lake put four more points on the board when Randy Parks won by superior decision over Terry Cushman, 16-0, at 112. 119 pounder, Doug Mover brought the Tigers within one, decisioning John Podraza, 6-2. Mike Rouse put Terril ahead with a 3-1 win over Indian 126 pounder, Randy Hunefeld. Tom Peldman, Tiger 132 pounder, was pinned by Terry Lowry with 27 seconds left in the match, giving Spirit Lake the edge once again. Bill Deets increased Spirit Lake's lead, winning 2-1 over Mite Cranston at UK. Vic Hales, 145, was beaten 6-3 by Rick Hunefeld. Ron Eick won by fall in the second period over Al Shaffer at 133. Terril s Brian Goldtrap also won by fall—pinning 167 pounder Joel Naber in the first period. Rocky Baker was pinned by Dave Cox in the first two minutes of the 185 pound bout and Dan Inbody of Spirit Lake was awarded a forfeit. Bob Strouse's Tigers are in action again Saturday, wrestling the Pirates at Graettinger. Prothro Hired SAN DIEGO — Tommy Prothro, the successful college football coach who was fired after two years with the Los Angeles Rams, was named head coach of the San Diego Chargers of the National Football League. Pat Parks. Editor Frosh Girls Drop Games To Milford Estherville's Midgette freshmen lost a squeaker here Monday night; dropping a 27-24 decision to Milford. The frosh cagers trailed 6-4 after the first quarter, then slipped off the pace by five, 17-12, at the half. Milford could only get two points in the third stanza, but the local girls, plagued by turnovers, went for four minutes without a point. The Midgettes did narrow the margin to three, 19-16, at the third buzzer. In the final period, the two teams exchanged points and the Pioneerettes kept a three point edge at the end of the contest. The loss drops Estherville's record to 2-2 on the year. Laurie Origer paced the frosh with 12 points. Janet Sampson had eight. Milford's Lisa Lockey led the Pioneerettes balanced attack with ten. In the B-game, Milford walloped the local girls, 21-8. owns Danes Spencer's mat team overpowered the Midgets here Tuesday night to post a 34-16 win over the Estherville wrestlers. It was Estherville's ninth dual loss. Kevin Sifrit put the Midgets on the board first with a fall in the 98-pound bout. Sifrit put Jim Stauch down with 12 seconds gone in the second period. Spencer came back and tied it up with a pin by Allen Johnson after 39 seconds over Estherville's Im­ pounder, Brad Peterson. The score was still knotted after the 112-pound match. Mike Ryan and Paul Dauterive battled to a 1-1 draw. The Tigers got on top with a pin at 119 and never trailed again. Doug Kock flattened Jeff Brobst in the first period. Mark Peterson trailed 6-0 going into the final two minutes of the 126-pound clash; but came on strong in the last period to record a 6-6 draw with the Spencer wrestler. Tom Hill, 132-pounder, couldn't get any points on the board, losing to Tiger Kim Schumann, 5-0. Mark Boever came from behind to nip Curt Zahrt, 7-6, at 138. Mike Moller scored three more points for the Midgets, decisioning Spencer's 145- pounder, 7-2. In the 155-pound bout, Mark Schumann of Spencer blanked Jerry Johanson, 7-0. Craig Miner was also shut out in the 167-pound class. Sam Chapman nipped the Midget senior, 2-0. Dean Funk put six on the board for the Tigers with a second period fall over Mark Makio, 185- pounder. Ralph Bonner, a new addition to the Estherville team, dropped an 11-3 decision to Spencer heavyweight Tom Myers. Trailing by as many as 18, Estherville's junior varsity wrestlers charged back in the upper weights, but couldn't overtake the little Tigers, losing 33 -27 to the visitors. Rick Pentland, Jeff Hanson, Dan Brown, Bob Baker and Gary Tostenson all scored team points, Pentland decisioned Paul Stoeffel, 10-8, in the 112 pound class. Hanson won in the third period at 138 by default over Bob O'Hara. Brown won by fall over Brian Rubin, little Tiger 155 pounder, after 17 seconds in the second period. Baker, 167, got a pin in 52 seconds, downing Spencer's Steve Lovestrand. Tostenson's pin in the heavyweight match brought the little Midgets within six at the end of the dual. He pinned Tim Tielbur after 3:59 had elapsed. Armstrong hosted Ringited Tuesday night and took both games from the visiting Danes. The Tigerettes won their eighth game of the season, 66-49. Armstrong's girls took control from the outset and were never seriously threatened as they held the edge at all quarter stops ... 18-6, 26-14 and 42-31. Ringsted's Mary Geesman led all scorers on the night, meshing 33 counters. Tigerette Deb Nelson was second high scorer with 29. Armstrong's Mary Wagner also topped the 20-point mark—she had 26. Doug Jenson led the Tigers to a Graettinger, Ocheyedan Split Graettinger played host to Ocheyedan Tuesday night. Each school left with a 1-1 record for the night. The Piratettes lost 49-44 in the first game. Ocheyedan's Mounderettes are one of Iowa's top ranked defensive teams—and showed it. "It was very much a defensive game," commented Graettinger pilot, Rod Hough. "We only shot 22 per cent from the field and I'm sure their defense had something to do with it." Ocheyedan led after the first quarter, 11-6; then held on to their five-point edge throughout the second period. The half ended 22-17, Ocheyedan's favor. The Piratettes charged back after the intermission; cutting the margin to two, 38-36 at the third buzzer. But the Moun­ derettes pushed their lead back to five in the last stanza. Deb Heller topped Graettinger's scoring with 17 points. Joan Wickert and Mary Rooney added 14 and 10, respectively. Ocheyedan's Brehmer topped all scorers with 23. Jim Reed's 15th ranked Pirates kept on the winning trail, downing Ocheyedan, 78-63. Graettinger led 60-38 at the end of the third quarter, but a late Mounder rally narrowed the gap to 15 by game's end.' ' "We got off to a real good start," Reed commented. "Gaylen Zeman, Mike Heller and Randy Nicol came off the bench and all did an excellent job. Tim i .ft. Millea was outstanding on defense. He held Ocheyedan's leading scorer to three points." Tim Kulow had a hot night for the Pirates. Kulow hit the hoop for 21 points. Dave Ennen had 19 and Millea, 16. Steve Swenson topped the Mounders' scoring with 21. Graettinger's cage ' teams travel to Mallard Friday night in Cornbelt Conference action. New NCAA Rule SAN FRANCISCO ^ The National Collegiate Athletic Association voted to permit an athlete to be a professional in one sport and play at the college level in others. 74-55 win, capping a good night for Armstrong cagers. Jenson tossed in 21 points to pace the Tigers to their fifth win on the year. Ringsted was out in front, 19-14, after the first quarter; but the Danes hit a cold streak in the second period ... getting only two points in the first five minutes. Armstrong took advantage of the drought and went into the locker room with a 37-32 edge over the visitors. The Tigers led by as many as 16 in the third quarter as they boosted their lead to 14, 61-47, at the third buzzer. Armstrong continued to pour it on during the final eight minutes—ending the game with a 19-point bulge. Lon Laffey backed up Jenson with 20 points. Dave Cronk added 12 and John Barrett hit for 11. Ringsted was led by Jeff Ulrich, who finished with 22. Dave Jensen chipped' in 17 for the Danes. WHERE IS IT? — Ringsted's Brian Naig (foreground) tries to drive past Dave Cronk (14), but loses the handle on the ball in action Tuesday.nbjht at Armstrong. John Barrett (20) looks on. The Tigers damned, Riagsted, 74-58,—Photo by Pat Parks. IMPERIALETTES LEAGUE MONDAY Lakes Sewing 7 l Hoye Rexall 6 2 Harold's Red Owl 5 3 Holiday Express 5 3 Estherville Laundromat 4 4 Iowa Trust 4 4 Joan's Salon 3 S Phone-Tas-Tics 2 6 Brown's Shoe Fit 2 6 Imperial Beauty 2 6 HIGH TEAM 3 GAMES — Hoye Rexall 2180, Holiday Express 2053, Phone-Tas-Tics 2053, Estherville Laundromat 2011; HIGH TEAM 1 GAME — Hoye Rexall 766, Phone- Tas-Tics 730, Hoye Rexall 727; HIGH INDIVIDUAL 3 GAMES - Donna Brobst 491, Ethel Whitacre 471, Sally Steil 460; HIGH INDIVIDUAL 1 GAME - Kathy Howard 180, Pat Von Behren 172, Kathy Ross 172, Donna Brobst 171. AMERICAN LEAGUE TUESDAY Stall's Farm & Home 8 0 Golden Sun 6 2 Riverside Beauty 5 3 Leo Lenz Insurance S 3 Riverside Sinclair 4 4 Mortimore's Grocery 4 4 The Cardinal 3 5 D&K Farms 3 5 Krenn's Upholstery 2 6 Hy-Vee 0 8 HIGH TBAM -SERIES - Riverside Sinclair 2337, Krenn's Upholstery 2303, Golden Sun2289; HIGH TEAM GAME - Golden Sun 813, Stall's 806, Golden Sun 801; HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES - Linda Devitt 537, Donna Tuttle S17, SaUy Steil 507; HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME — Virginia Thompson 308, Jerry Brant 104, Sally Steil 202. Thursday, Friday, Saturday - January 10.11,12 OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT TILL 9:00 P.M. Stop in and say hi to your friendly Ford Team. Get acquainted with the new folks as well as the folks who have been serving you in the past. Dave Nicholl Sales Representative Jack Bixby Sales Representative Jim Valen Sales Representative FREE REFRESHMENTS Served All 3 Days I • MUSTANG BURGERS * PINTO BURGERS • MAVERICK BURGERs| (Really It's Beef) EVERYONE'S WELCOME I Doyle Seley, Dealer Marge McDonald Bookkeeping La Don Fitzpatrick Bookkeeping Jerry Erickson Parts Manager Dan Black Ski-Doo Service Earl Ostheimer Mechanic Alan Hanson Mechanic Bob Erickson Mechanic •off Don OH