April 21, 1971 Humboldt Relays Eagle Grove Relays Junior Year

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April 21, 1971 Humboldt Relays Eagle Grove Relays Junior Year - 1 . I Dodgers win, Wildcats place second at...
1 . I Dodgers win, Wildcats place second at Humboldt Relays Finish in question until final relay gives victory to Dodgers 8 April 21, 1971 Hiimhnldt. towa The Humboldt Wildcat track team fought a running battle all evening with the Fort Dodge Dodgers Tuesday at the Humboldt Relays, and the eventual winner was not decided until the final event. Fort Dodge edged Humboldt in the mile relay to win the Class A title by 2-1/2 points, 91-1/289. the lead had changed hands several times between Humboldt .and FbH Dodge throughout the meet. Eagle .Grove was a distant third with 52. Heavy rains during the meet 3rd straight win for boys' golf squad The Humboldt boys' golf team won its third meet in a row by defeating Clarion 158-165 at the Humboldt Country Club 'course Monday afternoon. Tim Cahill of Humboldt was meet medalist as he shot a par 36 over the nine hole course. Cahill had a consistent round, carding an even par on each individual hole. . Bill Benda and Terry Stanford both had rounds of 40 for the Humboldt foursome. Marty Christensen and Tom Carlson each had totals of 42 for the meet. Since only four scores are counted toward the official total, Christensen's score was entered in the scorebook, although both he and Carlson had the same totals. Jim Rodrlquez led the Cowboys with a two-over-par 38. Craig Campbell shot 40, Mike McCool totaled 41, and Marty McConaughy carded 46 to give Clarion its 165 score. Humboldt's John Good earned Junior varsity medalist honors and led his team to a 189- 217 trouncing of the Clarion JV. Good shot a 40, besting his nearest JV competitor by eight strokes. :,.. • . -,,-..... • • * Tim Greene's 48, Dave'khud- sen's 49 and Don Olson's 52' combined with Good's round to give the Wildcat JV its 28 stroke margin. The next golf meet will be Friday, April 23, at Algona. How They Finished Class A Fort Dodge 91-1/2 Humboldt 89 Eagle Grove. . 52 Webster City 39 Carroll Kuemper 39 St. Edmond. 29-1/2 Class B Belmond. 90 Prairie (Cowrie). . . . .72-1/2 Britt 62-1/2 Clarion. . . . .-. 47 Algona. .35 Manson 25 slowed the track and hampered times in the running events. Belmond won the Class B title with 90 points. Prairie of Gowrie was second with 72-1/2 and Britt followed with 62-1/2. The Wildcats took first place in five events: the two mile relay, the 880 yard relay, the 440 yard relay, the shuttle hurdle relay and the high jump. Fort Dodge took six events, winning the mile relay, the broad jump, the pole vault, the 100 yard dash, the mile run and Girls'golf team fops fort Dodge The Humboldt girls' golf team edged Fort Dodge in a close match played in wind and rain Tuesday afternoon. The Humboldt girls ended the afternoon with a one stroke lead, 207208. Pam Duffy was Humboldt's leader and tied for meet medal- ist honors with Roxanne Castagnoli of Fort Dodge. Both girls shot rounds of 49. Mara jo Buhr finished with a 52 for Humboldt, and Dede Mangle and Sue Olson carded 53's. Humboldt also won the junior varsity meet By' a score of 227248. Lois Heider led the JV girls with a 54. Jeanne Mersch had a 56, Deb Nielson finished with a 57 and Sue Thomas shot a 60 to'give the JV team its 227 total. the two mile run, Humboldt's Craig Whlttlesey earned first place honors in the high jump with a 6-0 leap to become the Wildcats' only individual winner. Bob Nielsen ran winning anchor legs on both the 440 and 880 yard relays, to help the Wildcats win firsts in the both events. He teamed with John Larson, Bob Damstetter and Art Zanders in the 440 to bring home a time of 45.4. In the 880, Damstetter, John Kirkpatrick and Zanders preceded Nielsen's anchor as Humboldt won in 1:32.2, Nielsen also grabbed a second in the 100 yard dash, following Bruce Peterson of Fort Dodge who won in 10.4 seconds. A two mile relay team of John Kirkpatrick, Duane Nelson, Mike Hansen and Dave Brownfield won its event handily, finishing with a strong lead over second place Webster City. The shuttle hurdle relay team of Mike Vandenberg, Terry Ruby and Art Zanders, anchored by • Dennis Hart, won that event with a time of 58.4. Ron Tanner, Eagle Grove's outstanding weightman, was a double winner in the shot put and discus. Tanner's 51-10 throw in the shot set a new Class A Relays record, eclipsing the 1967 mark set by Beisser of Fort Dodge by one-half inch. Carroll Kuemper also had a double winner in Hermsen, who took the 120 high hurdles and 180 lows. Humboldt's Dennis Hart was second in both events. John Boutchee of Fort Dodge, one of the state's best Class A two milers, established a meet standard with his eight lap time of 9:54.9. Mark Chardoulais won the long jump for Fort Dodge with a 208-1/2 leap. Al Benson took third for Humboldt, Benson also took second in the pole vault with a 12-0 vault, finishing behind Scott of Fort Dodge who went 12-6. John Blanchard gave the Wildcats a second In the discus with a 14210-1/2 effort. Mark Specketer finished fourth in the mile. Eagle Grove managed a win in the Medley relay with a 3:38.6 clocking. The Humboldt team of Larson, Vandenberg, Sorenson and Nelson got fourth. A good start, a good ending John Kirkpatrick of Humboldt, in the picture at the left, hands off the baton to Duane Nelson, to get Humboldt off to a lead in the opening leg of the two mile relay at the Humboldt Relays Tuesday night. Dave Brownfield is shown in the right picture crossing the finishing line after building a substantial lead on the anchor leg. Mike Hansen of Humboldt ran the third leg. The Humboldt winning time was 8:16./.-Republican Photo. Humboldt 2nd at Eagle Grove, no team totals at Dickinson The Humboldt track team won a second place finish at the Eagle Relays in Eagle Grove Friday. Fort Dodge won with 91 points; Humboldt had 85. First place finishes for Humboldt included the 880 yard relay team's 1:33.2 clocking, Duane Nelson's 2:04.8 in the 880 yard run, and Mark Specketer's mile run in 4:51.8. Damstetter, Kirkpatrick, Zanders, and Nielsen comprised the' winning quartet in the 880. \ The 440 yard relay team ^on Vandenberg, Damstetter, Larson and Nielsen turned in a 45.8 time, good for second place. Second place berths also went to the mile relay team of Sorenson, Damstetter, Brownfield and Kirkpatrick, and to the two mile relay combination of Nelson; Pooch, Brownfield and Hanson. The mile medley team of Zanders, Larson, Kirkpatrick and Hanson took third in 3:45.4. Kirk Whittlesey grabbed the Wildcats' only first in the field events, winning the high jump at 5-10. John Blanchard took second in the discus with a 150-11 throw, and Randy Thompson's 47-2 toss in the shot put was good for third. Al Benson vaulted 12 feet for third place, and finished fourth in the long jump at 18-9. Dennis Hart took third in the high hurdles and fourth in the lows. Art Zanders clocked 23.6 in the 220 to earn third place. Dave Sorenson also had a third in the 440. Bob Nielsen was fourth in the 100 yard dash with a 10.6 time. At the Dickinson Relays in Cedar Falls on Saturday the Wildcats performed well although no team scores were kept. The 880 yard relay team of Bob Damstetter, John Kirkpatrick, Art Zanders and Bob Nielsen earned a first place berth with a 1:33.5 time. Humboldt's 440, mile and two mile relay teams all chalked up second place finishes. Damstetter, Larson, Zanders and Nielsen ran the 440, Sorenson, Damstetter, Brownfield and Kirkpatrick ran the mile and Kirkpatrick, Nelson, Brownfield and Hanson ran the two mile. In individual events John Blanchard place fourth in the discus with a 141-6 heave. Duane Nelson was fifth in the mile run with a time of 4:38.9. Century to Fort Dodge runner Bruce Peterson of port Dodge hod a stride lead on Bob Nielsen of Humboldt to win the Class A 100 yard dash at the Humboldt Relays in 10:4. Third place went to Desmond of Webster City; fourth to Patterson of Eagle Grove and fifth to TIgges of Carroll Kuemper.-Republican Photo. Class A Summary Field Events Discuss-1. Tanner, Eagle Grove; 2. Blanchard, Humboldt; 3. Wilson, Webster City; 4. Landes, Fort Dodge; 5. Brungardt, St. Edmond; 160-1/4. jShot-l. Tanner, Eagle Grove; 2. Wilson, Webster City; 3. Kennedy, Webster City; 4,Saigh, Fort Dodge; 5. Thompson, Humboldt; 51-10. High Jump-1. Whittlesey, Humboldt; 2. Moenk, Eagle Grove; 3. Otto, Carroll Kuemper; 4. Suhr, Fort Dodge; 5. Allen, St. Edmond; 6-0. Broad Jump-1. Chardoulais, Fort Dodge; 2. Stiles, Fort Dodge; 3. Benson, Humboldt; 4. Engler, St. Edmond; 5. Briggs, Webster City; 20-8-1/2. Pole Vault-1. Scott, Fort Dodge; 2. Benson, Humboldt; 3. Elberg, Eagle Grove; 4. Vandenberg, Humboldt; 5. Mourlam, Webster City; 12-6. Hunning Events '..,,,. '•'• Twj ;r Mile Bun-1. Boutchee, Fort Dodge; 2. Larsen, St. Edmond; 3. Fortner, Humboldt; 4. Greteman, Carroll Kuemper; 5. Sullivan, Eagle Grove;.'9:54.9. 120 High Hurdles-1. Hermsen Carroll Kuemper; 2. Hart, Humboldt; 3. McCarville, St. Edmond; 4. Boutchee, Fort Dodge; 5. Jorth, Eagle Grove. Two Mile Relay-1. Humboldt (Kirkpatrick, Nelson, Hansen, Brownfield); 2. Webster City; 3. Fort Dodge; 4. Carroll Kuemper; 5, St. Edmond. 100 Yard Dash-1. Peterson, Fort Dodge; 2, Nielsen, Humboldt; 3. Desmond, Webster City; 4. Patterson, Eagle Grove; 5. Tigges, Carroll Kuemper; 10.4. Mile Run-1. Howard, Fort Dodge; 2. Ziems, St. Edmond; 3. Caquelin, Eagle Grove; 4. Specketer, Humboldt; 5. Fee, Carroll Kuemper; 4:47. 880 Yard Relay-1. Humboldt (Damstetter, Kirkpatrick, Zanders, Nielsen); 2. Fort Dodge; 3. Eagle Grove; 4. Carroll Kuemper; 5. St. Edmond; 1:32.2. Shuttle Hurdle Relay-1. Humboldt (Vandenberg, Ruby, Zanders, Hart); 2. Fort Dodge; 3. Carroll Kuemper; 4. Webster City; 5. St. Edmond; 58.4. Medley Relay-1. Eagle Grove (Becker, Smith, Morphew, Bell); 2. Fort Dodge; 3. Webster City; Girls' golf team in easy Clarion win The Humboldt girls' golf team soundly defeated the Clarion girls' team 227-273 Monday afternoon at Clarion. Pain Duffy led the Humboldt team and was meet medalist as she shot a 55 over the Clarion course. Deb Christensen and Marajo Buhr both shot 57's, and Sue Olson carded a 58 to give Humboldt its 227 varsity total. The junior varsity scored a convencing 245-344 victory over the Clarion JV girls. Deb Nielson was JV medalist with a 59 total. Sue Thomas, Jane Cram and Lynn Carlson each shot 62's for Humboldt, In an earlier meet at Eagle Grove the Humboldt girls' varsity was defeated by a score of 142-157 in competition over only six holes. The meet was shortened due to lack of time for completion. Anchors 2 relay victories Bob Nielsen ran the anchor leg of 440 and 880 yard relays as Humboldt won-both events. He is shown out-dualing Bruce Peterson of Fort Dodge down the stretch in the 440 relay to break the string first. Nielsen placed second in the 100 yard dash behind Peterson.-Republican Photo. 4. Humboldt; 5. St. Edmond; 3:38.6. 180 Lows-1. Harmeson, Carroll Kuemper; 2. Hart, Humboldt; 3. Koich, Fort Dodge; 4. Page, Eagle Grove; 5. Carney, St. Edmond; 20.9. 440 Yard Relay-1. Humboldt (Larson, Damstetter, Zanders, Nielsen); 2. Fort Dodge; 3. St. Edmond; 4. Carroll Kuemper; 5. Webster City; 45.4. Mile Relay-1. Fort Dodge (Cibert, He man, Chardoulais, Stiles); 2. Eagle Grove; 3. Humboldt; 4. Webster City; 5. Carroll Kuemper. Summary Class B Discus-1. Lonnevlk, Belmond; 2. Hanson, Manson; 3. Fuller, Belmond; 4. Blank, Britt; 5. Miller, Britt; 121-7. Shot-1. Fuller, Belmond; Nin- chaglle, Prairie; 3. Burns, Algona; 4. Roosa, Clarion; 5. Huff, Algona; 47-7-3/4. High Jump-1, Egli, Manson; 2, tie, Dirks, Belmond and Harmdierks, Britt; 4. ,tie, Nelson, Prairie, and Goeman, Belmondj 5-6. Broad Jump-1. Hlckman, Belmond; 2. Mosher, Belmond; 3. Higdon, Britt; 4. Shirer, Belmond; 5, Voyles, Algona; 202-1/2. Pole Vault-1. Nielsen, Algona; 2. Thompson, Britt; 10-6, no other finishers. Two Mile Run-1. Dallman, Britt; 2. Jorgenson, Prairie; 3. Gabrielson, Belmond; 4. Greiser, Manson; 5. Delger, Clarion; 10:48.8. 120 High Hurdles-1. McLaughlin, Belmond; 2, Benson, Prairie; 3. Mainas, Algona; 4. Egli, Manson; 5. Morris, Clarion; 16.4. Two Mile Relay-1. Prairie (Lindquist, Sandeen, Johnson, Boiling); 2. Britt; 3. Clarion; 4. Belmond; 5. Manson; 8:22.1. 100 Yard Dash-1. Nelson, Prairie; 2. Markovic, Clarion; 3. Harmdierks, Britt; 4. Ulrich, Algona; 5. McLaughlin, Belmond; 10.5. Mile Run-1.-Dummett, Britt; 2. Shirer, Belmond; 3. Joundle, Prairie; 4. Greiser, Manson; 5. Henry, Clarion; 4:49.5. 880 Relay-1. Clarion (Markovic, Hardinger, Cellen, Mosher); 2. Belmond; 3. Britt; 4. Algona; 5. Manson; 1:36.2. Shuttle Hurdre Relay-1. Belmond (Pals, Dirks, Burt, McLaughlin); 2. Britt; 3. Prairie; 4. Manson; 5. Clarion; 60.0. Medley Relay-1. Prairie (Messerly, Rossmanith, Nelson, Lindquist); 2. Clarion; 3. Britt; 4. Belmond; 5. Manson. 180 Lows-1. Pals, Belmond; 2. Benson, Prairie; 3. Mainas, Algona; 4. Cellen, Clarion; 5. Egli, Manson; 22.0. 440 Yard Relay-1. Belmond (Elphie, Hlckman, Olson, Berns); 2. Prairie; 3. Brittj 4. Algonaj 5, Clarion; 46.3, x Mile Relay-1.-Prairie; 2. Algona; 3. Belmond; 4. Clarion: :5. Britt. Golfers beat Webster City by 3 strokes The Humboldt High School golf squad topped a Webster City foursome by a score of 158-161 over the Humboldt Country Club course Friday, April 16. Terry Stanford and Tim Cahill' each shot rounds of 38 to lead the Wildcats to their second victory in as many starts in the first home meet of the young season. Bill Benda shot a 39 and Marty Christensen carded a 43 to finish out the Humboldt varsity scoring and give the Wildcats their three stroke margin. Curt Johnson shot a one-over- par 37 to lead the Lynx and earn varsity meet medalist honors. Rick Rasmussen and Dennis Woodall had 41's and Dan Scales shot a 42 to give Webster City its 161 total. Humboldt's junior varsity squad edged the Lynx JV 184185 despite an outstanding round by Webster City's Bill Humter, who shot a 37. John Good carded a 40 to lead the Humboldt JV, while Don Olson shot a 46, Tim Greene a 47, and Doug Duin a 51. Double victory Ron Tanner, the Eagle Grove standout, was a double winner In field events at the Humboldt Relays. Tanner's 51 foot 10 Inch heave, In the left photo, seta Humboldt Relays mark. In the picture at the right, Tanner hurls and one-quarter Inch. Tanner had a hurl Relays last Friday.-Republican Photos. the dlscui 160 feet of 174-3 in the Eagle

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