Teeter Sets Record Algona, (la.) Upper D«» Mo!ne» Tuwday, January 18, 1966 STANDINGS Clear Lake ALGONA Clarion Humboldt Iowa Falls Hampton Webster City Eagle Grove Bulldogs Drop As Bulldogs Win M Decision At Eagle Grove W L 7 1 6 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 5 3 6 Friday's results - Clear Lake 62, Webster City 53; Iowa Falls 81, Hampton 68; Clarion 74, Humboldt 57. Algona's B-team went down to Its first defeat of the season after eight wins In the opener, falling 45-38. A 34-point barrage by Dale Teeter, which allowed him'to set a new all-time career mark of 841 points, led Algona's Bulldogs to a come-from-behind victory over the Eagle Grove Eagles, 64-54, in a North Central Conference engagement at Eagle Grove Friday night. The win was the seventh straight for the locals, giving them a 9-1 season mark and 6-1 loop record, one- half game off the pace of Clear Lake's Lions. Two more important loop frays are on the slate for Coach Howie Stephenson's club this weekend. The Bulldogs host Humboldt here Friday, then travel to Webster City for a meeting with the Lynx the following night. Algona downed Humboldt, 61-41, and Webster City, 64-56, in games early in December. Humboldt is tied for third in the loop and Webster City is seventh. Algona's win over the pesky Eagles, who own the only victory over the Bulldogs this season, a one-pointer here Nov. 27, was not easy. Algona, which led much of the way, had to pull out of a 38-36 deficit late in the third period to salvage the victory. The Eagles nabbed an early 3-1 lead, but Teeter and Dan Merryman hit the buckets and free tosses that pushed the Bulldogs, rated 14th in the state, to a 16-11 edge at the end of eight minutes. Teeter, who needed 23 points to shatter the 830-point mark of fflg Wood, got 10 and Merryman five during the quarter. Four of the five starters got into the scoring act during the second stanza as Algona held slim leads of 18-13, 20-15 and 26-23 before taking a 3227 edge at halftime. Teeter canned six, Merryman and Craig Espe four each and Bill Boldridge two points to keep the locals on top. Teeter set the new mark during the third period, hitting three fielders and a pair of free tosses, but Algona's lead dwindled to 36-35 before the Eagles took a 38-36 edge. Algona came back to hold a 41-40 lead at the three-quarter mark. Teeter, Dave Walker, who failed to score during the first three periods, Espe and Boldridge combined to hit the field Box score s ALGONA — (64) FG FT-A F TP Teeter 10 H-17 2 34 Espe 2 5-7 1 9 Merryman 3 3-6 5 0 Bolderidge .... 1 4-5 2 6 Walker 22-686 laws 0-2 TOTALS ....18 21-4311 M EAGMC GBOVE — (M) FG FT-A F TP 00-33 0 3eppe ........ 21-256 one ........ .. 8 3-5 3 19 Notesttae ,,,.,. 40-058 Paul* ......... 32-488 ! Upper Des Moines| SPORTS goals and free throws that quickly gave Algona a good lead early in the final quarter. With two minutes gone, it was 49-42 and from then until the end the lead ranged from seven to 11 points. The Bulldogs were on top, 6251, with one minute left. The Algona defense did a good job on Tom Notestine, fourth best scorer In the loop, allowing him only eight points before he fouled out in the fourth quarter. Steve Long, however, took over and counted 19 points to lead the losers as only one man from each club hit double figures. Merryman and Espe each got nine and Walker and Boldridge chipped in with six apiece to account for all the Algona scoring - along with Teeter's 34, his second best single-game effort. His top game, 37 points, came at the expense of the Eagles in the first meeting of the teams. He now has a 24.2 average this season, while Espe is 11.1 and Merryman 10.8. Wrestlers Drop 24-19 Decision At Iowa Falls Algona high school's wrestling team lost a cozy 24-19 decision at Iowa Falls Saturday night, winding up its North Central Conference season with a 2-3 record and running the season record to 3-6, with dual meets against Charles City and Osage remaining on the slate. The locals travel to Charles City this Saturday night for a meeting with the strong Comets, then wrap up the dual season by hosting Osage here the following Friday night, Jan. 28.' For the first time in many a moon, Coach Champ Martin's outfit will enter the State Wrestling Meet series without a winning record. Five men registered for the Bulldogs at Iowa Falls. They were Paul Watkins, 95, Larry Munger, 112, Tom Samp, 120, Dave Martin, 154, and Max Miller, 165. Bob Bradford picked up a draw at 180 to account for the rest of the points. The win by Martin kept his unbeaten string going. The 1965 State Champion at 145 has done nothing but win since being held to a draw in the season opener against Britt. Since that time, he has posted 17 straight victories, giving Mm 58 wins, four losses and four draws during the past three years with the varsity, more than any grappler here in history. Algona's B-team also lost to Iowa Falls, 26-17, with Larry Olson, Don Camp, Roger Menneke, Lance Rutledge and Bruce Bennett getting wins and Calvin Haahr a draw. Thompson, Sentral Cagers Split Wins Brauraan ..,,,, 23-487 Hoatb ........ 1 4-5 3 • 1.1 3 1 1 4-5 0 1.1 M U.HM W FENTON — The Thompson and Sentra' boys' and girls' teams sp'it a douhleheader In State Line Conference play here Friday night as Sentra 1( s girls copped the opener 83-37 and the Thompson boys came back in the final to win 66-59. Betty Wehrspan set the pace for Sentral with 24 points which was a'so high for the game. Other Sentral girls In double figure scoring were Teresa Volgtwith 18 points, Cindy Lockwood with 16 markers, and Mary Dittsworth with a dozen points. Faye Wirth copped scoring honors for the Thompson girls with 23 points. In the boys' contest, Thompson staged a last half comeback to triumph. Thompson was down 2 points at the first stop and trailed by three at halftime. They came back and edged Sentral by seven markers. Richard Harlson led the way for the victorious Thompson boys with 23 points, Tom Smith had 15 and Dave Larson added 12 points for Thompson, For Sentral, Perry Elmers paced his team with 14 markers. Al Marlow tallied 12 points and Duane DeSart chalked up ten points for the defeated Satellites. SENTRAL GIRLS (83) FG FT PF TP Voigt 8 2 0 18 Wehrspan 9 6 1 24 Elmers 1719 Ditsworth 3 6 0 12 Lockwood 7 2 1 16 U liens zang 1204 Blanchard 0030 Krause 0010 Geitzenauer 0040 Brandon 0030 Douglas 0010 TOTAL 29 25 15 83 Thompson Girls 5 12 30 37 37 Sentral Girls 25 51 63 83 83 SENTRAL BOYS (59) FG FT PF TP Elmers 7 0 4 14 Geitzenauer 2206 Collins 2125 Uthof 0010 Marlow, A. 5 2 5 12 Lee 1123 Shaw 3127 Kerber 1 0 i 2 Marlow K. 0000 Luedtke 0020 DeSart 4 2 3 10 TOTAL 25 9 22 59 WEST BEND - EVERLY BOYS: West Bend 60, Everiy 54. Scoring: Bruce Baleeman (WB) 24, Scharnburs (E) 37 West Bend led at halftime 3530. Victors now 6-6 for the season, GIRLS: Everiy 89, West Bend 30. Scoring: Karen Wett (E) 34 Jannette Olson (E) 28, Elaine Smith (W) 14. Everiy pulled out to a 56-10 bulge at halftime West Bend is 0-12 for the set- son. Algona's Bulldogs dropped a 28-12 decision at Eagle Grove in a North Central Conference dual wrestling meet Wednesday night, The loss left the locals with a 3-5 season mark and a 2-2 loop record, Four locals, including Dave Martin, undefeated at 154 this season, Larry Munger, 112, Randy Rledinger, 133, and Tom Fitzpatrick, heavyweight who has dropped only one match all year, came through with wins over the Eagles. Eagle Grove's eight victories included a pair of falls. Algona's B-team dropped a 27-14 decision in the curtain- raiser as Don Camp, Lance Rutledge, Larry Taylor and Kevin Hoover registered wins THE SUMMARY K — Elwyn Bruhl (EG) dec. Paul Watkins, 7-2. 103 — Ron Thome (EG) pinned Bill Carlson, 5:07. 112 — Larry Munger (A) dec. Doug Derscheid, 2-0. 120 — Ken Stockdale (EG) dec. Steve Cloude, 7-0. 127 — Dwight Reiland (EG) dec. Tom Samp, 1-0. 133 — Randy Riedinger (A) dec. Jim Engels, 4-0. 138 — Steve Abels (EG) dec. Clint Young, 5-3. 145 — Bill Schaumburg (EG) pinned Russ Shaw, 4:24. 154 — Dave Martin (A) dec. John Yoder, 3-0. 165 — Scott Peterson (EG) dec. Miller, 4-0. 180 Dick Groves (EG) dec. Bob Bradford, 4-2. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick (A) dec. Roger Wingaard, 3-0. Tyke Indians Win 2 From Lincoln-Central LINCOLN-CENTRAL - The Titonka boys and gir's teams swept a twin bill in State Line Conference action here Friday night as the girls edged Lincoln-Central 64-57, and the Titonka boys downed L-C 7535. The Titonka girls held a small lead throughout uost of the contest. With 2 minutes remaining In the game, Lincoln- Central came within one point of tying Titonka with the score of 53-52. The Titonka girls gained control, however, and won by seven points. Iris Michaelson copped scoring honors for Titonka with 38 points and Cindy Budlong added 19 markers. In the boys' game, Roger Ackerman paced the victorious Titonka team with 24polntstol- lowed by George Pommer with 19 points and Phil Thomas with ten points on five goals. TITONKA GIRLS (64) FG FT PF TP Michaelson 13 12 0 38 Rickless 3117 Smith 0030 Budlong, C. 8 3 2 19 Sachau 0030 Budlong, L. 0060 TOTAL 24 16 7 64 TITONKA BOYS (75) FG FT PF TP Ackerman 8 8 3 24 Jamseen 3127 Michaelson 1002 Thomas 5 0 5 10 Giesking 2024 Pommer 7 5 0 19 Rofdal 2226 Kitzlnger 0 1 0 l Dahling 1002 JTOTAL 89 17 14 78 A CLASSIFIED AD " WHJ, GET PAST RESULTS Conference standings NORTH STAR Goldfleld Roekwell-Swatedale . CAL BMBC valley LnVerne Klemne Sheffield Ventura Heieney-Thornton . . . Corwlth-Wetley Kanawha STATE LINE Swea Clly Armilront Ledyard Rlnfited Thompson Lakota Titonka Rake Lincoln Central Sentral Bart STATE MNE Senlral Lakota Titonka Burt Armitronf Lincoln Central Ledyard Thompson .. II n .. 8 .. 4 . . .1 . X 4 . t .. 1 . ft ft 1 4 4 .1 4 4 .1 ft 7 I Ann .Wtt .7.W1 .714 .Ml .IIS .4-'* .1X6 .MO .11.1 .000 BOYS . 7 . S . .1 . s . i . X . 4 . 1 . 1 . 1 . A n i i •» * .1 .1 .1 .1 A 7 I. mm .KM .714 .(W7 .son .400 .••M .1*7 _00fl GIRLS . 5 . 1 . X . 1 . 3 . •* . 1 . n ft n l 4 2 :t a Si i.ora I.IKW .78* .M7 .600 .400 .Jifl .000 Rlnfited Burt Girls Roll Up 103 Points Over Armstrong ARMSTRONG — The Burt girls set what Is believed to be a new schdol record in rolling to a 103-89 victoryover Armstrong In action Friday night. In the second game, Armstrong defeated the Burt Boys 82-60. Both teams in the opening game, started the first quarter red hot. Burt led at the first quarter stop 29-24. Both teams continued their torrid shooting spree with Burt leading at the end of the half 53-50. Burt increased its lead to 6 pofnts 81-75 at the end of the third quarter. A 22 point quarter gave the Burt girls the school record as they ended the game with 103 points. . Leading the point production was Claudeen Cransted with 49 points. Charlotte Lappe added 29 points with Linda Fairbanks chipping in 25 points. Sharon Waldschmidt scored 38 points in a losing effort for Armstrong with Bonnie Barrett adding 28 points. Claudia Cecil scored 23 points. The Armstrong boys played the first half as if they were going to assault the 100 point mark by hitting 52 points in the first 16 minutes of play. Burt managed only 24 points. With reserves playing most of the second half, the Tigers scored 30 points with Burt gaining 36 points. Allan Linden led the scoring in double figures with 18 points. John Luscombe scored 14points with Jim Rooney adding 12 points. Steve Watt and Dennis McManus chipped in 10 points apiece. Ortnun was high for Burt with 18 points. BURT GIRLS (103) FG FT PF TP Lappe, Charlotte 14 11 29 Cransten 15 19 • 4 49 Fairbanks 10 5 i 25 Lappe, Charlene 0050 Ackerman 0060 Becker, N. 0000 Meyer 0060 Becker, L. 0020 Hays 0030 TOTAL 39 25 28 103 BURT BOYS (60) FG FT PF TP Redemske 3208 Cunningham 3026 Black 51 0 11 Ortman 5 8 2 18 Lovstad 5 1 0 11 Peter 1103 McFarland 0 i 0 1 Presthus 0010 Curtis 1012 TOTAL 23 14 6 60 REASONABLE PRICES, good •ervlce, and quality printing •re trademark* of Tke Upper Dei MoUet Fife, Co. It AI(o»i.
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