June 24, 1967 Junior meet 7th grade 220, 440, 880

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June 24, 1967 Junior meet 7th grade 220, 440, 880  - Double winners Mike Hansen of Dakota City,...
Double winners Mike Hansen of Dakota City, center, is shown as he met the tape to win hit heat of the Prep Division 220 yard dash of the Junior Champ track meet in :26.6 at the Humboldt athletic field Wednesday, June 21. He was edged for first overall in (he event by John Blanchard of Humboldt, who was clocked in :26.5 in the second heat. The meet was jointly sponsored by the Humboldt-Dakota City Jaycees and the Pepsi Bottling Company. Hansen did go on to win the 440 yard dash and the 880 yard run with times of :61.2 and 2:27.5 respectively. Gary Telford of Ottosen, right, placed third overall in the 220 yard dash after winning the 100 yard dash in 11 seconds flat. He went on to win the brood jump event with a leap of 17* 4" to also post two wins. Duane Nelson, who tied for fourth place In the 220 yard dash with David Mooch with a time of :28.1, It shown far left.-Independent Photo. Rolfe ruins Babe Ruth opener 5-2 Humboldt's Babe Ruth baseball baseball team dropped its opening game of the season, losing to Rolfe in a 5-2 contest at Rolfe Tuesday night. Rolfe got three runs in the first inning as they blasted Humboldt Humboldt starter Randy Greene for four hits and a sacrifice fly. Humboldt scored single runs in the second and fourth innings and Rolfe got two more in the fifth. Humboldt scored its run in the second Inning when John Blanchard Blanchard singled, moved to second on an error, went to third on a hit by Lester Lines and scored on Terry Stanford's sacrifice. In the fourth. Humboldt got its run when it used a Rolfe error and a single by Dave Beebe Beebe to work his way around the bases. Score by Innings Humboldt 0101000-2 Rolfe 3 0 0 0 2 0 *-5 Greene, Blanchard (3) Moore (6) and Sanders; Pedersen and Lastercamp. Pirates win two from Albert City Twin Rivers' baseball team won both ends of a double head- er against Albert City-Trues- dalc at Livermore Tuesday night. The Pirates took the opener in nine innings G-5, after being deadlocked 4-4 after seven, and Jlwrii «ron the nightcap 9-1. i . The Pirates wrapped up the first game In the bottom of the ninth after Albert City had taken a single, and then came home with the tying run as Albert City walked the bases full, then issued issued one more free pass to Dave Pentlco. A single by Steve Brock ended the contest. In the second game, Collins, Steve Bergum, and Brock each collected two hits, and Albert City's Schofield knocked a home run. Berpum's hits were both doubles. Twin Rivers is now 2-2 in the Twin Lakes Conference. First Game Score by Innings A. C. 200020001-5 T. R. 004000002-6 McCabe, Deal (3)andThieman : Logue and Dale. Second Game Score by Innings Albert City 0140020-7 Twin Rivers 1 4 0 2 1 1 x-9 Sievers, Schofield (3) and Thieman, Thieman, Kinseth. Bergum (3) and Dale. City Softball Team Merchants Carlson Imp. Polite Rl. Es. Agrico Tilton's Team W 2 1 1 1 0 L 0 1 1 1 2 G.B. 1 1 1 2 Results Carlson's 10 Agrico 1 Polite 10 Tilton's 0 Merchants idle Wednesday's Games Tilton's vs. Carlson's, 7 p.m. Merchants vs. Agrico, 9 p.m. Polite idle. Th. Humbolrft M.p.nd.nt, Jan* Benda fires topqualifing Junior Champ state qualifiers Six senior division athletes qualified for the State Junior Champ track meet by winning individual events at the Jaycee sponsored meet held in Humboldt Wednesday evening, June 21. The six, shown above, are, from left, James Telfer of Gilmore City, Neil Mandsager of Goldfield, and Jim Hurst, Dan Sanders, Mike Oberman, and Rich Conlon, all of Humboldt. Telfer won the shot put with a toss of 37 fe*t three inches; Mandsager won the 100 yard dash in :10.9 and the broad jump in 18 feet 11 inches; Jim Hurst won the 220 and 440 yard dashes in :26.1 and :59.4 respectively; Dan Sanders copped his specialties, the 880 yard and mile runs in 2:04.0 and 4:34.8; Mike Oberman won both hurdle events, the lows in :24.7 and the highs in :19.0; and Rich Conlon topped five feet three inches to win the high jump.-Independent Photo. Sanders runs 4.34.9 mile, 2.04 half i in first Humboldt Junior Champ meet Dan Sanders was hardly pushed, but still had no trouble at all in winning his two events in the first running of the Humboldt Humboldt Jaycee Junior ChampTrack Meet at Humboldt Wednesday night. Sanders walked away toa4:34.8 clocking in his specialty, the mile run. He was chased only by Pon Julius, who succeeded in Just barely breaking the five minute minute barrier with a 4:59.4 clocking. clocking. Sanders has been under 4:20 this year. He was unopposed in his class in winning the 880 with a 2:04. The senior division produced three other double winners. Neil Mandsager of Goldfield won in the 100 yard dash at -.10.9 and the broad jump with a leap of 18' 11". Second place In the 100 yard dash went to Jim Hurst In 11 seconds flat'foid Pete Hansen Hansen was third in :11,2. Second place In the broad jump went to Michael Hendrickson at 17 6-1/2 and George Giesler was third at 9-6. Robert Oberman won both hurdle hurdle events, and Hurst won the 220 and 440 yard dashes. Other winners in the senior Lu Verne loses 5-4 at Algona The Lu Verne Lions got behind behind AlgonaGarrigan 5-0 and then watched as the Golden Bears killed a ninth inning rally to hand them a 5-4 defeat at Garrigan Wednesday night. The lions now stand at 3-2 on the summer season and 3-0 in North Star league play. Dick Mueller hit a home run for the Algona team in their four- run third inning. Barry Selby drove in two runs for Lu Verne in the fifth and Denny Hanselman scored twice during the game. In the ninth inning, Lu Verne trailed 5-3, but three walks and a hit batsman brought a run around, then Hanselman was caught on a missed hit and run play and a strike out ended the game. Score by Innings Lu Verne 00010201-4 Garrigan 01400000-5 division included Rich Conlon who finished first in the high jump at 5-3 and James Telfer who won the shot put in 37-3. Telfer was second to Oberman in both hurdle events, posting a :20.9 to Oberman's :19.0 in the highs and a :29.8 to Oberman's :24.7 in the lows. Hurst needed a :59.4 to edge Julius by two-tenths of a second in the quarter mile race and won the 220 in :26.1. Oberman was second in that event with a :26.4 and Julius was third at :27.5. In the Intermediate division, Monty Trenary, DonBrlstow, and Tony Nissen posted double wins. Nissen, who has pole vaulted over 13-0 needed only a 10-4leap to win his specialty. He also got a win in the 440 yard dash at 1:01.0. Trenary won the shot put,and the discus with heaves of 38-11 and 105-7. Bristow posted the best time of the evening in all classes In winning the 100 yard dash in :10.6, and the best distance distance in all classes as he won the broad jump with a 19 10-1/2 effort. Other winners included Dan Smith in the 220 at :26.4, Kip Thorson in the 880 at 2:23.2, Paul Hendrickson in the high jump at 5-1 and Dan Block in the mile at 5:17.0. Double winners in the prep division included John Blanchard Blanchard who threw the shot put 52-4 and ran the 220 in :26.4, Mike Hansen of Dakota City and Gary Telford of Ottosen. Hansen won the 880 in 2:27.5 and the 440 in 1:01.2. Hugh Sanders, Dan's brother, was second second in both those events with a 2:39.2 and a 1:04.2. Telford won the 100 with a 10.0 and the broad jump with a 17-4 effort. Sanders was also second in that event with a 15 7-1/2. Other winners included Jerry Erhardt and Brian Wilson. Erhardt Erhardt went 4-7 to take the high jump, and Wilson pole vaulted 8-4. David Sorenson was the only double winner in the junior division. division. He took the 100 yard dash in :12.0 and the 220 in :30.8. Mike Sen si and won the high jump at 3-6, David Hendrickson won the broad jump 13 11-1/2, Mike Conlon won the shot put at 20-3/4, and Jon Sayers' 7-4 leap won the pole vault. SUMMARY Junior Division 100 Yard Dash - 1. David Sorensen, :12.0 : 2. Scott Wal- ters, :12.1; 3. David Hendrickson, Hendrickson, :12.5; tie 4. Robert McBurney McBurney and Doug Sandvig, :13.4. 220 Yard Dash - 1. David Sorensen, :30.8; 2. David Hendrickson, Hendrickson, :31.1; tie 3. Robert McBurney and Timothy Mokel- stad, :32.6; 4. Rick Wadsler, :32.9. High Jump — 1. Mike Stensland, Stensland, 3' 6"; 2. Michael Parle, 3' 3"; 3. Doug Sandvig, 3'. Broad Jump- 1. David Hendrickson, Hendrickson, 13' 11-1/2"; 2. Scott Walters, 13' 11"; tie 3. Robert Robert McBurney and Timothy Mok- lestad, 12' 10"; 4. Jon Sayers, Sayers, 12' 4". Shot Put - 1. Michael Con- Ion, 20' 3/4". Pole Vault - 1. Jon Sayers, 7' 4"; 2. Steven Zuck, 6' 6"; 3. Rick Wadsler, 5' 6". Prep Division 100 Yard Dash —-1. Gary Telford, :11.0; 2. Mark Newton, Newton, :11.2; tie 3. Rick Vin- sand and John Blanchard, :11.3; 4. David Maach, :11.6. 220 Yard Dash - 1. John Blanchard, :26.5; 2. Mike Hansen, Hansen, :26.6; 3. Gary Telford, :26,7; tie 4. Duane Nelson and David Maach, :28.1. 440 Yard Dash - 1. Mike Hansen, :61.2; 2. Hugh Sanders, Sanders, :64.2; 3. Duane Nelson, :65.2; 4. Kevin Tellier, :71.2. 880 Yard Run- 1. Mike Hansen, Hansen, 2:27.5; 2. Hugh Sanders, 2:39.2; 3. Kevin Tellier, 2:47.4; 4. Duane Nelson, 2:50. High Jump - 1. Jerry Ehrhardt, Ehrhardt, 4' 7"; 2. Kim Swanson, 4' 5"; 3. Rich Vinsand, 3' 9". Broad Jump- 1. Gary Telford, Telford, 17' 4"; 2. Hugh Sanders, 15' 7-1/2"; 3. Kevin Callahan, Rog Himrod, 11' Robert Griffin, 11' 880 Yard Run - 1. Kip Thorson, Thorson, 2:23.2; 2, Danny Block, 2:24.8; 3. Paul Hendrickson, 2:27.4. Shot Put - 1. Monty Trenary, Trenary, 38' 11"; 2. Don Bristow, Bristow, 36' 3/4". High Jump - 1. Paul Hendrickson, Hendrickson, 5' 1"; 2. Terry Sheehan, Sheehan, 4' 7"; 3. Dale Stensland, 4'3". Broad Jump— 1. Donald Bristow, Bristow, 19' 10-1/2". Discus — 1. Monty Trenary, 105' 7". Pole Vault - 1. Tony Nissen, Nissen, 10' 4"; 2. Joe Fett, 9' 10". Senior Division Mile Run — 1. Dan Sanders, Sanders, 4:34.8; 2. Ron Julius, 4:59.4. High Hurdles - 1. Robert Oberman, -.19.0; 2. James Telfer. Telfer. ,:20.9. • 100 Yard Dash - 1. Neil Mandsager, :10.9; 2. Jim Hurst, :11.0; 3. Pete Hansen, :11.2; 4. Michael Hendrickson, :13.0. John Bpnda fired an even par 72 to leaf! Humboldt's eight qualifiers qualifiers for Saturday play In the Humboldt Amateur golf tournament tournament in Hitmboldl Saturday. Tli<> oight who qualifier] will start over Saturday with the fiolfJ of 128 that Includes some of the state's best amatotirs. The other 80 or so Humboldt players that did not qualify v ill be flighted along; with those who do not make the championship flight Saturday. Gary Lpuellyn and Eric Sime were a stroke behind Benda with first round 73's. Then, a stroke behind them came GalenCoy with a 74. Jerry Howard and Bob Worthington each came In with 7!>'.s, Jim Braby had a 76. and Bruce Bnrchfipld finished with a 78. Burchfield was declared eighth in the field nn the basis of his score for the first three holes when a number of contest- Lu Verne wins over Kanowha in four 16-4 A three-run triple by Roger Hansen broke a 4-4 deadlock and started the defending North Star conference champion Lu Verne Lions on a 16-4 rampage over Kanawha in a four-inning contest contest Tuesday. The Lions struck for six runs in each of the final two innings after being down 3-0 after an inning and a half. Hansen's triple was one of three extra base hits he had during the evening. He also had two doubles in going three for the evening. Score by Innings Kanwaha 0310-4 Lu Verne 046 6-16 Yard Dash - 1. Jim ;59.4; 2. Ron Julius, 1. Robert James Tel- 440 Hurst, :59.6. Low Hurdles Oberman, Oberman, :24.7; 2. fer, :29.8. 220 Yard Dash- 1. JimHurst. :26.1; 2. Robert Oberman, :26.4; 3. Ron Julius, :27.5; 4. Vanderhof, Vanderhof, :32.5. 880 Yard Run - 1. Dan Sanders, Sanders, 2:04.0. Shot Put - 1. James Telfer, 37' 3". Broad Jump - 1. Neil Mandsager, Mandsager, 18' 11"; 2. Michael Hendrickson, IT 6-1/2"; 3. George Giesler, 9' 6". High Jump -1. Rich Conlon, 5' 3"; 2. Michael Hendrickson, 4' 5". 4. 5. - 1. John Blanch- 2. Mark Newton, Rick Vinsand, 36' 1. Brian Wil- Mike Vanden- Ronald Dowl- 12* 7 9-1/2 4-1/2". Shot Put ard, 52' 4"; 38' 8"; 3. 4-3/4". Pole Vault son, son, 8' 4"; 2. berg, 7' 10"; 3. Ing, 7' 4". Intermediate Division Mile Run - 1. Danny Block, 5:17.0; 2. Dale Stensland, 5:34.8; 3. Terry Sheehan, 5:50.7. 100 Yard Dash - 1. Donald Bristow, :10.6; 2. Joe Fett, :11.3; 3. Dan Smith, :11.4; 4. Kip Thorson, :11.6. 440 Yard Dash - 1. Tony Nissen, :61.0; 2. Kip Thorson, :61.6; 3. Dale Stensland, :63.7; 4. Fred Vanderhoff, :67,0. 220 Yard Dash - 1, Dan Smith, :26.4; 2. Steven Lindell, Lindell, :27.0. DAIRY FOODS make summer meals a circus... DAIRY FOODS are fresh,

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  1. The Humboldt Independent,
  2. 24 Jun 1967, Sat,
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  • June 24, 1967 Junior meet 7th grade 220, 440, 880

    dnelson – 27 Jun 2013

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    Prep was 13 and 14 (7th and 8th grade) Duane was 7th

    dnelson02 Jul 2013

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