The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1966 · Page 12
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Balance Sparks Lakota Win Al0ona, (la.) Upf*r D* M«lft«* ?«««l<.y 1 1, t966 RAKE; — Fltt Lakota lit double figure scoring help* ed the Lakota five past Rake here Friday night as Lakota won the State Line Conference, 80-66, Rake stayed In the game for the first half, the score was tied at the end of the first quarter and Rake was only down by three points at half* time. By the end of the third period, however, Lakota had a comfortable eight point lead and Rake didn't come close SPORTS for the remainder of the game. Mark Hamilton set the pace for Lakota with 20 points, followed by Larry Hlppen with 16 tallies, Jack Schmidt chalked up 15 markers, Kromlnga chipped In an even ten counters, and Dean Koppen scored 11 points. Rake had four players double figure scoring. LAKOTA (80) in Sleper Smidt Kromingra Koppcn } 1 7 « 4 I 0 i 0 3 I 0 4 i 3 "! 2 ii Sentral Nets Brace Of Wins Over Burt FENTON - The Sentral boys* and girls' teams won a twin bill over Burt here Friday night in State Line Conference play as the girls gained a 16 point advantage at the charity line and defeated Burt 74-48. The Sentral boys outshot Burt from the field by ten goals and won their game by a 69-49 margin. The win gave the Sentral boys their second win of the season, their first victory also came over Burt, In non-conference action early in the season. Betty Wehrspan was high scorer for the Sentral girls with 34 points. Teresa Volgt contributed 24 markers, and 18 of her points were scored on gift tosses. Vlckl Elmers with 14 points was the only other Sentral girl to reach double figure scoring. For Burt, Charlotte Lappe and Claudeen Cranston both tallied 16 points, and Linda Fairbanks chipped in 10 counters. In the boys contest, Allan Marlow led. the way for Sentral with 24 points, and Perry Elmers chalked up 13 points. Burt showed a good scoring balance as four Burt cagers reached double-figure scoring. Doug Black had 14 points, Bot Ortman and Duane Peter each added 11 counters, and Bob Lpvstad contributed ten tallies. Ledyard Matches Scores LEDYARD - With both the boys and girls teams hitting Identical 71 point scoring efforts, Ledyard swept a pair of State Line conference games from Thompson. The Ledyard girls won 71-43 with the Ledyard boys winning 71-57 in action Friday night. Eugenia Klocke hit 29 points for Ledyard with Barb Schroeder adding 26 points. Faye Wirth acored 17 points for Thompson. The Ledyard boys pulled away in the third quarter after hold- Ing a one point lead at the end of the first half 31-30. The Panthers outscored Thompson 18-13 in third quarter action. In the final quarter of play, Ledyard outscored Thompson 22-14 to build Us final margin of victory. Craig Lloyd hit 18 points for Ledyard with Eugene Dontje adding 14 points with Ron .Johnson chipping In 15 points, Tom Smith hit 21 points in the game with 14 coming In the first half, BURT GIRLS (48) FG FT PF TP BURT BOYS (49) Lappe, Charlotte 6 4 5 16 Cransten 4 8 3 16 Fairbanks 4 2 1 10 Lappe, Charlene 2145 Ackerman 00-6 0 Becker, N. 0020 Becker, L. 0050 Ortman 0101 Meyer 0 o i 0 TOTAL 16 16 27 48 SENTRAL GIRLS (74) • FG PF PF TP Volgt 3 18' 1 24 Wehrspan 12 10 i 34 Elmers 6 4 l 16 Blanchard 0050 Krause 0050 Geltzenauer 0050 •Brandon 0010 Douglas 0020 Hanna 0010 TOTAL 21 32 22 74 Burt Girls 14 14 12 8 48 . Sentral Girls 17 21 21 15 74 Conference standings NORTH CENTRAL Clear Lake . ft 1 R\° t Algona fi 1 .HIU Humboldl i it .ro i Clarion it 1 ,f>>> Xowa Falls it 1 ,r'!i Webster City It S .:m Baffle Grove 1 A .14.1 NORTH STAR Goldficlff 7 II 1.000 Roone Valley . ... 5 1 .KI1II Rockwell-Swalcdaln .f. .1 1 .«.'!;< CAL ."i '! .<I4 Klemmr . •.. . . ..It It .500 LuVerne .'I II .51)0 Sheffield .... 3 it .null Meser.vej-Thornton •! .1 .'MS Ventura i s .SHU Corwith-Wesley . . n n ,000 Kanawha 0 « .000 '.- - •.< A - ' FG FT PF TP Redemske 0020 Cunningham 0020 Black 6 2 4 14 Ortman 3 5 3 11 Fries 1002 Lovstad 3 4 3 10 Peter 3 5 3 11 Presthus 0141 TOTAL 16 17 21 49 SENTRAL BOYS (69) FG FT PF TP Elmers 6 1 4 13 Collins 3248 Uthof 2438 Marlow 11 2 3 24 Luedtke 0010 Shaw 1426 Kerber 1143 Marlow K. 0303 DeSart 1012 Dierle 1002 TOTAL 26 17 22 69 Burt Boys 8 16 12 13 49 Sentral Boys 27 11 16 15 69 STATE LINK HOYS SWIM ('Hy it ft J.OOO Ledyard 1 1 .Mill Armstrong ... .XI .I'lO l.akiila 1! ". .lillll Itakr •: :t .41111 Lincoln Ccnlfal 1 It /JfiO Srnlral 1 It /'.Ml Tlloiikn 1 :l .2.VI Hun it r. .lion STATK LINK (ilRI.S l.akiiln It II l.lflHl Lincoln Onlral •; 1 .ll«7 Til. .nka •• 1 .««i IUlti;stptl n 1 .0011 Thnmiisiin 0 1 .11110 LAURENS — Twin Rivers romped past Laurens, 73-60, here Friday night. It was the first time in seven years that the Pirates have defeated the Elks. - -,, . ... ._.- " _'_ ' ', s>'1y>'* VA ,'."?''",•. /"Tlf^V::^ 6 or 12 - Volt Batteries All Prices Are Plus Exchange GROUP-1 6-VOLT $1 fl TT 48-Month Guarantee ... I WB I I Why Wait Until It Won't Start Outsmart Old Man Winter! GROUP-24 12-VOLT 48-Month Guarantee . . , Trojans Roll To Eighth Win LINCOLN - CENTRAL -The Swea City team rolled to Its eighth consecutive victory against one loss here Friday night as they routed Lincoln- Central 93-30 in State Line Conference play. Swea City had control throughout the entire contest. They were 'ending 21-8 at the first stop, and held a 53-16 halftlme edge. The Swea City scoring machine stayed In full operation the remainder of the game and scored 25 points In the third period and 15 markers In the final quarter. Ringsted, Titonka Teams Split RINGSTED - The Titonka girls pulled away here Friday in the second half lor a 5746 victory. The Ringsted boys hung on In the fourth quarter for a 59-53 win for their seventh win of the season against three losses. In the first game, Titonka held an 18-13 first quater lead. Both teams scored 10 points in the second quarter to account for a 28-23 halftime lead for the Tyke girls. In second half action, Tyke rolled to a 44-33 third quarter lead with both teams hitting 13 points in the final quarter to gain Tyke an 11 point advantage 57-46. Iris Mlchaelson found the range for 40 points to lead the Tyke girls to victory. Norma Watson scored 37 points for Ringsted. In second game action, the Ringsted boys led at the end of each quarter stop. The Great Danes held a 14-5 first quarter advantage and a 26-18 halftime lead. Titonka outscored Ringsted 35-33 in the second half of play. Monly * Miller led the Great Dane scoring with 20 points with Monty Fisher adding 19 points. Roger Ackerman hit 21 points for high game honors for Titonka. TITONKA BOYS (53) FG FT PF TP Ackerman 6 9 3 21 Jamseen 2044 Michaelson 0101 Thomas 6 0 3 12 Rike 012], Palmer 5 0 3 10 Rasdal 1103 TOTAL 20 12 15 53 RINGSTED BOYS (59) FG FT PF TP Hansen Peltersen Jensen Johnson Fisher, M. Miller Fisher, J. TOTAL Titonka Boys 3218 2014 0101 1547 8 3 3 19 10 0 3 20 0000 24 11 12 59 5 13 14 21 53 Tom Elliott for Swea Ciiv was high scorer of the game. He scored 36 points on 15 goals and six gift tosses. Mike Hatel- hoff of Swea City added 24 points on 12 field goals and Ommund Skaar contributed 14 tallies for the victorious Trojans. For Lincoln-Central, Tom Weber with 17 points was the only Lincoln-Central eager to reach double scoring figures. SWEA CITY (93) FG FT PF TP Hazelhoff Elliott Skaar, Peterson, S. Larson, L. Anderson Larson, J. Peterson, M. Stewart TOTAL 12 15 5 2 2 2 1 1 0 6 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 24 0 36 3 14 0 0 40 13 1 0 1 2 0 4 6 5 2 2 8 93 1009 N, Main MQONA Ringsted Boys 14 12 15 18 59 TITONKA GIRLS (57) FG FT PF TP Michaelson 17 6 3 40 Rickless 3137 Budlong, C. 3238 Harms 0010 Budlong, L. 0040 Cunningham 1002 Becker 0010 BarUlng 0020 Sratdt 0020 TOTAL. 24 9 19 57 RINGSTED GIRLS (46) FQ FT PF TP Watson 12 13 3 37 Sorenson 0 l i i Jensen 0 05 0 Anderson 0010 Johnson 0020 Ellerston 0020 Nelson • 3218 Flint 0040 TOTAL 15 16 19 46 Titonka Qlrls 18 10- Tft -IS .Ringsted Girls 13 l Make Pairings For State Cage Meet .fairings have been announced for high school boys basketball tournament action In sectionals. Class A and class B sectional tournament champs will advance to district action where they will join the six largest schools within each district area. Statewide, there are 545 schools in the tournaments for 1966. Of this number, 192 will be competing in class B sectionals and 161 will be playing in class A sectionals. All teams in district meets compete without class designation. The playing dates for the sectionals are Feb. 21 (Monday), Feb. 24 (Thursday) and Feb. 26 (Saturday). Here are the pairings for schools in this area by districts: DISTRICT 6 At Lakota (Class B) Burt vs. Cylinder, Mon. 7. Lincoln Central vs. bye. Semifinals Thurs. 7, Lakota vs. Ledyard, Mon. 8:30 Rake vs. bye. Semifinals Thurs. 8:30 Finals Sat. 7:30 • Winner plays Sentral in district 6 at Algona Garrigan, March 1, 8:30. At Armstrong (Class A) Armstrong vs. bye. Emmetsburg Catholic vs. bye. Semifinals Thurs. 8;30. Ringsted vs. Swea City, Mon. 7:30. Titonka vs. bye. Semifinals Thurs. 7. Finals Sat. 7:30. Winner plays Bancroft in district 6 at Armstrong Feb. 28, 7:30. DISTRICT 7 At Humboldt and Pocahontas (Class B) Goldfield vs. Havelock at Humboldt Mon. 8:30. LuVerne vs. bye. Semifinal at Pocahontas Thurs. 7. At Humboldt (Class A) Twin Rivers vs. bye, Corwith-Wesley vs. bye, Semifinals Thurs. 1, •OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The ypper Des Moines Pub. Co., AJ» gona, across from new Municipal parking lot.

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