April 8, 1972 St Edmonds meet

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April 8, 1972 St Edmonds meet - 2 01 April 8, 1972 Iff Humboldt, Iowa Free fall...
2 01 April 8, 1972 Iff Humboldt, Iowa Free fall HumboldV* Mike Vondcnbtrg aoart over tht bar »n rout* to a first-place finish in th» pott vault during Wednesday** romp over St. Edmond in outdoor track meet. Vandenberg passed until the bar was placed at 11-0, then proceeded to miss on two straight attempts before clear- Ing on the third. Lee Toyne took second at 10-6.-Independent Photo. Checking relay times Humboldt's head track coach Gary Newell, left, checks clockings with timers Steve Carlson and Stan Jensen, foreground, during Wednesday's dual meet with St. Edmond of Fort Dodge. The Wildcats crushed the Gaels 91-47 in perfect early April track weather.-lndepen- dent Photo. Wildcats bio 91-47 in dual track meet Humboldt easily outraced St. Edmond 91-47 Wednesday afternoon afternoon in the first dual meet of the young season. Wildcat track coach Gary Newell said he was "well pleased" with the Wildcats' effort effort as they won 12 of 18 events while competing In near perfect weather. Despite some apparent rough edges, probably due to the lack of outdoor workouts, Humboldt ripped off four 1-2 finishes and four of the five relays. Duane Nelson, state Indoor 880 champion, was never pushed as he coasted to a 4:40.8 win in the mile, and followed that with a flasuy 2:01.9 half while anchoring anchoring the medley relay team to a 3:46.6 victory. Underclassmen played a big role in the win. The 440 and 880 sprint relay teams were composed of one senior, six sophomores and one freshman. Ninth-grader Tony Nielsen teamed with Jim Greene, Mike Stensland and Paul Larson for a 1:36.8 time in the 880. A quartet of sophs, Greene, Scott, Murray, Randy Moench and Stensland breeeed to a 48.1 win In the 440 relay. Senior Dennis Hart had no trouble winning both the high and low hurdles, clocking 15.9 In the 120 highs and 21.5 in the Star Restaurant, Star Dust Lounge and Night Club f"i iday and Sutunl. ART ESS6RY SHOW 'j tui cJ(l y ' A' L 7 ON RJLL£K SHOW 100 lows. Paul Larson, after winning the long jump with a 20-6 leap, anchored Bucky Ruby, Kevin Brownfleld and Tony Nielsen to first In the mile relay with a 3:37.8 time. Scott Murray gave Humboldt second in the long Jump. Humboldt dominated the field events, taking first and second in four of the five competitions. Randy Thompson's 48-8 won the shot, with Tom Sherwood taking second. After a shaky start Mike Vandenberg took the pole vault at 11-0, followed by Lee Toyne at 10-6. Mike Allen andsohpomoraDan Beebe took the top spots in the high jump with leaps of 5-6 and 5-4, and Larson and Murray carried carried the long jump. Jerry Davis and Jeff Duffy took second and third in the discus. The Wildcats' other 1-2 finish was in the 180- high hurdles where Bucky Ruby 'won' hiseolo heat and beat out a St. Edmond runner for second. MEET SUMMARY Humboldt 91, St. Edmond47 Field Events Shot - 1, Randy Thompson, H; 2. Tom Sherwood, H; 3. Phil Hruska, SE; 48-6. Discus - 1. Bill Brungardt, Brungardt, SE; 2. Jerry Davis, H; 3. Jeff Duffy, Hj 127-5. Pole Vault - 1. Mike Vandenberg, Vandenberg, H; 2. Lee Toyne, H; 3. Steve Arnold, SE; 11-0. Long Jump - 1. Paul Larson, Larson, H; 2. Scott Murray, H; 3. Bruce Engler, SE; 20-9. High Jump - 1. Mike Allen, H; 2. Dan Beebe, H; 3. Scott Smith, SE; 5-6. Track Events 120 High Hurdles -1. Dennis Hart, H; :15.9 (Only finisher). 100 - 1. Bruce Engler, SE; 2 Mike Vandenberg, H; 3. Tom Angstrom, SE; :10.4 2 Mile Relay - 1. St. Edmond Edmond (Dan Bednar, Kevin Gardner, Gardner, Jerry Mikos, Larry Segreto); Segreto); 8:39.4. 220 - 1. Nick Dreyclm- ski, SE; 2. Jerry Davis, H; 3. Tim Salgh, SE; :24.6. 880 Relay -1. Humboldt (Jim Greene, Tony Nielsen, Mike Stensland, Paul Larson); 1:36.8, Mile - 1. Duane Nelson, H; 2. Dan Mulhollahd, SE; 3. Lyn Hagar, H; 4:40.8. 440 - 1. Scott Walters, -VytHok Dttyclmsfct, SE; *»• LOBS, SE, ,:55.Si 2 Mile Run - 1. Scott Larson, Larson, SE; 2. Bob Shanks, SE; 3. tie, Dan Hendrickson, H. and Steve Watson, H; 10:34.1. 180 Low Hurdles - Dennis Hart, H; 2. Terry Ruby, H; 3. Phil Hruska, SE; :21.5. Medley Relay - 1. Humboldt (Mike Vandenberg, Kevin Brownfield, Brownfield, Paul Larson, Duane Nel- son), 3s46.6. 880 - 1. Larry Segreto, SE; 2. Shane Albertson, H; 3. Terry Brownfleld, H; 2:08.6. 440 Relay - 1. Humboldt (Jim Greene, Scott Murray, Randy Moench, Mike Stensland); :48.1r Mlle Relay - 1. Humboldt (Terry Ruby, Kevin Brownfield, Brownfield, Tony Nielsen, Paul Larson); Larson); 3:37.8. Locals Friendly Birthday Club met at Val's Cafe Monday afternoon, April 3, instead of the regular date, due to conflicting dates. Esther Lehman read two readings to open the meeting. She brought the door prize which was won by Marjorie Cronk, and furnished the program which was bingo. A Dutch-treat lunch was served and plans were made to have a Mother's Day observance program program at the next meeting which will be Monday afternoon, May 1, at 1:30 p.m. A 50 cent gift exchange will be held. Irene Clark will read the opening poem. The Paul Silbaughs visited in Colorado last weekend with his brother. Foster Silbaugh and family at Loveland. The Foster Silbaughs are former Humboldt residents. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kramer and children of Beaver Township Township and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Petersen of Gray were dinner guests Easter Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer Kramer at Humboldt. Dale Kramer and Mrs. Petersen, the former Ruth Kramer, are son and daughter daughter of Clarence Kramer. Mrs. Irene Ford and a friend, Francis Lynch of Eagle Grove, spent Easter Sunday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Robert Clark and family here, and also celebrated Mrs. Ford's birthday. birthday. Mrs.,Dean Duitscher of Rolfe visited Friday afternoon at the Arthur Clark home. She is a niece of Mrs. Clark. M". and Mrs. George Daydrove to Clarion Monday afternoon to take two of their granddaughters, granddaughters, Regina and Melanle Blomker, Blomker, to their home there. They are children of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Blomker, former Humlwldt residents. Regina was on Easter vacation from school and Melanle Is a pre-schooler. ---Mrs. QortkwrDty has returned to mt; Borne, here after having" been a patient in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer returned to their home here Wednesday Wednesday of last week after having spent the last three months on a trip in their camper to southern states, most of the time being spent at Donna, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark Watch for Us We Will Be Opening a Family Shoe Store Soon Jerry's Shoe Repair Downtown Humboldt

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