14 Feb 1950 - Bill Zwemke

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14 Feb 1950 - Bill Zwemke - Sioux Center Has Edge Always-powerful Sioux...
Sioux Center Has Edge Always-powerful Sioux Center, sparked by holdovers Bob Vermeer Vermeer and Irv De Vos from the t^am which lost to Ankeny in the first round of the state meet last year, seems to rate a slight edge. The Indians have bowed only once, a 35-33 affair wtih Sac City during the holidays. Sac City, too, will be in the thick of the fight. The Sac county 5, has lost twice by one-point each, to Harlan and Denison, and since has avenged the later loss with a 3329 3329 victory in a repeat game. : A pair of Buena Vista county 30\vers, Alta and Albert City — both substate victims of Sioux Center in 1949—can't be counted out. Alta, powered by 6-6 Junior Zwemke and clever guard Darrell Darrell Huseman, has been beaten only by Sioux Center in a queer game which found Alta behind 3316 3316 at half time, and then trailing by only 39-38 at the automatic. The disputed "shoot and keep possession" possession" rule governing free throws after the automatic helped Sioux Center widen the margin in the last 3 minutes. Albert City, nipped by Estherville Estherville early in the campaign, suffered suffered its only other loss in the finals of the county tournament when Huseman's 2 free throws in the last 10 seconds sent Alta to the title by a 49-48 score. Estherville a Possibility

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  1. The Mason City Globe-Gazette,
  2. 14 Feb 1950, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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