The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1966 · Page 4
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Ledyard, Armstrong Tie, Area Youth At utter State Line Boys Lead SWEA CITY - The Armstrong Tigers held a three point edge at halftlme here Friday night and matched Swca City point-for-point In the second half for a 67-64 State Line Conference victory. The win enabled Armstrong and Ledyard to move Into a first place tie with Swea City for the conference lead, all with 6-1 records. The score was deadlocked 16-16 at the first stop with Armstrong out • front 33-30 at halftime and ahead 47-45 going into the final perod. Al'en L'ndeM. a 6-0 Armstrong senior forward, was the offensive standout of the game as he poured 27 points through the hoop to spark Armstrong's second win in three season meetings with Swea City. The big men on each team played nearly to a standoff with Armstrong's 6-8 John Luscombe winding up with 16 points. Tom 'Anderson, Swea City's 6-7 plvotman, scored 15 for the Trojans as did Mike Hazelboff. Tom Elliott contributed 19 for the Trojans. Jim Rooney was Armstrong's third double figure scorer with 11 points. Free throws were the difference In the game as Armstrong, outshot from the field 30-23, connected on 21 of 33 attempts at the gift line while Swea City made four of 11 free throw attempts. The win gave Armstrong an overall record of 13-2 while Swea City Is now 12-4 on the season. * * ARMSTRONG (67) FG FT PF TP Watt 2014 Lindell 10 7 1 27 Luscombe 5 6 3 16 Rooney, Ji. 351 11 Von Bank 0010 Rooney, Ja. 3339 TOTAL 23 21 10 67 SWEA CITY (64) Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, February 1, 1966 Hazelhoff Elliott Skaar Peterson Anderson Larsen, L. Larson, J. TOT.-.L FG 7 9 0 4 7 1 2 30 FT 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 4 PF 3 5 2 2 4 2 2 20 TP 15 19 0 8 15 2 5 G4 LAKOTA - The Ledyard cag- ers split a twin bill in State "Line Conference action here Friday night as the Ledyard girls were defeated by the Lakota girls 83-67. The Ledyard boys evened the score in the final game, however, as they •: Stopped the Lakota boys 60458 to share: first place in the league standings. The Lakota girls were in control of the entire game, as they led at ail the quarter stops. Lakota he'd a 42-32 halftime edge "and held that margin-for the remainder of the contest. Sue Karels copped scoring honors for Lakota and for the game with 36 points. Jo Junkermeier added 25 points to Lakota's offense and Joyce Leonard chipped in 20 counters. For Ledyard, Eugenia Klocke led the way with 31 points. Ranae Lloyd tallied 19 markers for her team while Barb Schroeder contributed 17 points. In the boys' 'game Ledyard used a third quarter comeback to win the contest. Lakota led 18-15 at the first stop and held a 37-32 halftlme margin. Ledyard outscored Lakota 17-9 in the third period. Ledyard's Craig Lloyd set the pace for the winning Tigers with 27 points. He was supported by threeother players In double figure scoring, Ron John- ilUpper Des Moines! SPORTS son with 13 points, DeraldBerg had 11 and Richard Lloyd chipped In an even ten counters. For Lakota, Mark Hamilton scored 19 poonts followed by Larry Hlppen with 11 and Dean Koppen with ten tallies. LEDYARD Schroeder Klocke Lloyd DeBoer Beck Johnson TOTAL LAKOTA Karels Junkermeier Boyd Leonard Rusher Hertzke Christ Sleper TOTAL Ledyard Girls Lakota GIRLS (67) FG FT PF TP 3 11 1 17 13 5 2 5l 9 1 2 19 0050 0 0 1 0 0050 25 17 16 67 GIRLS (83) FG FT PF TP 16 4 0 36 9 7 1 25 1002 10 0 3 20 0040 0020 0050 0040 36 11 19 83 13 19 18 17 67 Girls 20 22 16 25 83 •ff * LEDYARD BOYS (69) FG FT PF TP Johnson, It. 6 1 2 13 Berg 2 7 4 11 Lloyd, R. 4 2 5 10 Dontje 2044 •Lloyd, C. 8 11 2 27 Govern 0 i \ \ Johnson, A. 0333 TOTAL 22 25 21 69 LAKOTA BOYS (58) FG FT PF TP Hippen 4 3 2 11 Hamilton 4 11 5 19 Weringa 0 0 i o Junkermeier 2145 Sleper 0020 Smidt 2024 Krominga 3339 Madetzke 0030 Koppen 3 4 4 10 TOTAL 18 22 27 58 Ledyard Boys 15 17 17 18 69 Lakota Boys 18 19 9 12 58 Lakota Tops Rake 65-56 In State Line LAKOTA — Down by eleven points at the first stop, the Rake cagers fought to within two points of Lakota by halftimebut they couldn't keep up the pace and Lakota won the State Line Conference contest 65-56. Larry Hippen set the pace for the victorious Lakota five with 16 points, followed by Terry Krominga and Dean Koppen, each with 13 markers. Roger Hove of Rake copped individual scoring honors for the game with 20 points. George Ryg tallied 13 points and John Hagedorn chipped in ten counters for Rake. RAKE (56) Wirtjes Ryg Hagedorn Winter Hove, Johnson TOTAL FG 3 4 2 2 6 0 17 LAKOTA Hippen Hamilton Weringa Junkermeier Sleper Smidt Krominga Madetzke Mabus Koppen TOTAL FG 6 4 0 3 0 3 5 0 0 5 26 FT 0 5 6 1 8 2 22 (65) FT 4 0 0 1 0 2 3 0 0 3 13 PF 5 3 1 0 5 1 15 PF 1 4 3 2 0 2 2 0 0 3 17 TP 6 13 10 5 20 2 56 TP 16 8 0 7 0 8 13 0 Q 13 65 Burf Girls Win As Boys Bow, Loop Tilt HURT - Splitting a pair of games In State Line conference play Friday night, the Burt girls downed the Lincoln-Central girls 61-50. In second game the Lincoln-Central boys nipped Burt 84-83. Burt held a 35-21 advantage at the end of the first half. Lincoln-Central outscored Burt In the second half 29-26. Linda Fairbanks led both teams in scoring with 22 points. Charlotte and Charlene Lappe chipped in 19 points apiece. Mary Justus was high for Lincoln-Central with 20 points. After trailing by 12 points at the end of the first half, Lincoln-Central rallied In the third quarter to trail 69-68. The Hawks outscored Burt 16-14 to snatch victory from the Bears by a point. Leading the way for the Hawks was Tom Weber with 26 points. Glen Gjerde added 24 points. Bob Lovstad scored 27 points for Burt with Bob Ortman chipping in 20 points. BUST BOYS (83; Redemske ? F4T *f ™ Cunningham 2 7 3 n Black 5 2 4 12 Ortman 8 4 g 20 Lovstad 9 9 3 27 Peter 3056 McFarland 0 i 2 i TOTAL 28 27 23 83 I -C Boys 19 19 30 16 84 Burt Boys 28 22 19 14 83 BURT GIRLS (61) FG FT PF TP Lappe, Charlotte 7 5 2 19 Fairbanks 10 2 2 22 Lappe, Charlene 7 5 4 19 Ackerman 0060 Becker, N. 0020 Meyer 0020 Becker, L. 0050 Ortmann 0 1 0 1 TOTAL 24 13 23 61 L-C Girls 11 10 15 14 50 Burt Girls 18 17 7 19 61 School Tourney Opens Feb. 5 The Garrigan grade school Basketball Tournament will be held Saturday, Feb. 5, Wednesday, Feb. 9, and the finals Sunday, Feb. 13. LEAGUE STANDINGS W L Humboldt 6 0 Algona I 4 1 Whittemore 3 2 St. Benedict 2 3 St. Joe 23 Wesley 1 4 Algona H 05 Only one week of regular season play remains, so Humboldt has copped the loop crown. There will be no charge for opening games of the tourney, Luther College's swimming prospects were dimmed recently when diver-freestyler Skip Perkins, Whittemore, and butter- flyer William Terrill, Jr. were lost for the remainder of the season. Perkins, a freshman, shown bare with Dan Allen, Weirton, W. Va., performed well in two meets prior to contracting monc- nucleosis. In Luther's 47-47 tie with Stout State University, the 1965 Algona high school graduate finished second in the 50-yard freestyle and third in diving. He recorded a time of 27.6 in the freestyle and totaled 188.10 diving points in the meet. He was also a member of the 400-yard freestyle relay team that finished second in the meet. Already suffering from mononucleosis' strength sapping effects, Perkins finished third in diving against Winona State Jan. 8. He earned 123.90 points in the springboard competition. Luther's swimming coach, Dave Norris, commented on the loss by saying, "Perkins was valuable as a talented diver and one of our fastest developing short distance swimmers." Perkins, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic B. Perkins, Whittemore, is also a member of the campus choir and hopes to play baseball this spring. He is a business major and physical education minor. Grapplers Close With Dual Win; Tourney Next Algona high school's wrestlers warmed up for the main event, the State Tournament series, with a convincing 25-16 victory in the final dual meet of the season over Osage here Friday night. Osage is the defending State Champion, and the win gave Coach Champ Martin's crew a 4-7 dual meet record this season. Four seniors, TomSamp,Dave Martin, Bob Bradford, who actually clinched the win, and Tom Fitzpatrick, made their final home appearance against Osage. The Martin-men will now ready themselves for the Sectional Tournament, which begins at Humboldt Feb. 7. Martin won the state title at 145 a year ago, while Fitzpatrick placed second in the heavyweight division • Algona trailed Osage through the first nine matches Friday and won the last four to get the win, The losers were on top, 11-3, after four matches, with only a decision by Larry Munger averting a shut-out to that point. Then Tom Samp and Randy Riedinger got decisions and Clint Young a draw before Osage upped the count to 16-11, setting the state for decisions by Martin and Max Miller, who gave Algona its first lead, 17-16, a fall by Bradford and decision bv Fitznatrick 95 - Paul Watkins (A) de- cisioned by Steve Funk, 13-0. 103 - Carlson (A) thrown by Bob Mueller, 1:50. 112 - Larry Munger (A) de- cisioned Alan Lund, 4-0,.," 120-Mike Dailey (A), de- cisioned by Bob Miller, 10-0. 127 - Tom Samp(A)decisioned Havig, 8-1. . , 133 - Randy Riedinger (A)de- cisioned Markham, 5-0. .,, . 138 - Clint Young (A)'drew with Mike Lockie, 3-3. 145 - Russ Shaw (A), de- cisioned by LeRoy Grimm, 2-0. 154-Dave Martin (A), de- cisioned Larry Kleckner, 5-0. 165 - Max Miller (A) de- cisioned Tom Cast, 4-1. 180 - Bob Bradford (A) pinned Tom Street, 3:30. Hwt. - Tom Fitzpatrick (A) de- cisioned Ed Souder, 5-1, Martin's win allowed him to remain undefeated for the season. Algona's B-teara trailed by 10 points early, due to forfeits, then came back to post a cozy 24-21 win in the curtain-raiser, Kevin Hoover and BradFarnham registered falls; Don Camp, Lance Rutledge, Larry Taylor and Bruce Bennett, decisions; and Roger Menneke got a draw

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