Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 25, 1976 · Page 11
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Carroll Girls Take Third; Finish at 16-9 By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) JEWELL r- The Carroll High girls' basketball team finished their campaign on a successful note here Tuesday night, whipping Dows, 51-38, to take consolation honors in the district tournament. The Tigerettes, who finish their third year of playing the sport at 16-9, led only 20-15 at intermission, but broke the game open in the third quarter as Deb Onken finished out her career with 28 points. Onken, a six-foot senior, notched 14 of her points in the third stanza as the Tigerettes , outscored the losers, 18-7, to take a 38-22 lead into the final eight minutes. Dows, which closes at 6-17, scored six straight points to start the fourth quarter to come within 38-28 with 6:50 remaining, but Carroll kept 1 their poise. Besides Onken with 28 points, Rachel Harmening closed out her career by adding 13 points. She was the team's top scorer for three years. Rita Harmening, Rachel's sister, added 10 points in the balanced scoring attack. Dows had one girl in double figures. That was Joan Danker with 23, 16 of them coming in the last half when her team made a late run. "It's really great to end the season on a winning note," commented Carroll Head Coach Don Oleson. "Defensively, we played well the whole game. Offensively, we played a good second half. The first half, we didn't move," continued the Tigeretteboss. Oleson had praise for Onken. "Deb came back tonight and had one of her finest games of the season." In the guard court. Oleson complimented all of the girls. "Holly (Juergens) played a good floor game; Tammie (Eissens) intimidated their big scorer Danker and (Teague) Julie played an outstanding game." Oleson called it an enjoyable year and wanted to thank all the fans that followed the team during the season. Oleson added that he had only two regrets. "First of all, I wish the seniors were back next year and secondly, it's too bad these girls didn't have basketball since the seventh grade. They could have been an outstanding team.'' "All in all, it was a good season," he concluded. Carroll Daily Times Herald Section B Carroll, lowq, Wednesday, February 25, 1976 Page 11 Lake City Girls Lose to Rockwell City for 3rd Time By Myron Williams ROCKWELL CITY - The Lake City girls had to play catch up ball from the start and just couldn't catch the Rockwell City girls in the district finals here Tuesday night, losing 69-60. The Rockwell City Tigers, now 17-5 overall, advance to regional play. The Eaglettes finish at 18-8. Tiger Kelly Prescott led all scorers dumping in 41 points. The other Tiger forwards, Kathy DeWitt and Lynette Kraus both tallied 14. Pat Mally swished in 28 points to lead the Eaglettes. Barb Block and Jo Winker added 20 and 10 points respectively. "It was just one of those nights when we couldn't hit. We took all the shots we have made in the past, but they just didn't fall," said Lake City Coach Ross Samuelson. ELKS' CLUB? STAG NITE \ Thursday February 26 Election of 1976-77 Officers t J Dinner from 6:30 to 9:00 Election at 8:00 p.m. "We did shoot well in the second quarter, but that's the only .quarter we shot well," he added/The Eaglettes outscored the Tigers in the second period, 20-16. Tuesday's game marked the third time the Tigers have beaten Lake City this year. The previous scores were, 94-79 and, 83-76. Samuelson said his team has had a good season. Jean McCaulley is the only starter graduating. Samuelson expects a good year next year "if the girls are willing to work," he commented. Mally got into foul trouble early and fouled out of the game in the middle of the last period. She received a standing ovation from the Lake City crowd and was congratulated for her performance by all the players on the floor. The closest the Eaglettes came to the Tigers, from the start of the ball game, was to trail by one point, 31-30, with 28 seconds left in the second period on a shot by Block. Lake City drew to within two and four points of the Tigers several times in the game, "but just couldn't get over the hump" and catch the Tigers. In the consolation game, Manson edged Pocahontas, 66-64. Lake City beat Pocahontas and Rockwell City defeated -Manson to advance into the district final. Box Score: Lake City FG Ft PFTP Winker 5 0-0 B. Block 8 4-7 Mally 7 14-17 Ausborn 1 0-0 McCaulley .. 0 0-0 Barkmeier .. 0 0-0 Wiederin 00-0 J. Block 0 0-0 Totals 21 18-24 Rockwell City FG FT Prescott ....14 13-20 DeWitt 6 2-4 Kraus 5 4-5 Stumpf 0 0-0 Johnson 0 0-0 Maguire 0 0-0 Westerman . 0 0-0 Thompson... 0 0-0 Totals 25 19-29 Scoring by Quarters: Lake City .. 10 20 16 Rockwell City 17 16 21 10 20 28 2 0 0 0 0 31 60 PFTP 41 14 14 0 0 0 0 0 18 69 14—60 15—69 Tennis to K.C. The World Championship .Tennis match boasting the richest prize in doubles competition moves to Kansas City this spring. Lamar Hunt, a director of the WCT, said Tuesday that Kansas City was selected as the site of the April 28-May 2 $100,000 doubles championship. This is the fourth year of the championship match. In the statistical department, Carroll shot 49 per cent from the field, hitting on 24 of 49 shots, while Dows made only 13 of 38 for 34 per cent. In the guard court, Juergens had 10 rebounds; Eissens 12 rebounds and five blocked s.hots and Teague five rebounds and eight interceptions. Box Score: Carroll FG FT PF TP Ra. Harmening 6 1-2 2 13 Ri. Harmening 5 0-0 2 10 Narrow Field to 32 Teams By The Associated Press The field for the girls' state basketball tournament was narrowed to 32 Tuesday and the stage was set for deciding the "Sweet Sixteen" in regional competition on Friday and Saturday. No. 7 Terril, 21-1, was eliminated in Tuesday's districts by a 70-69 loss to Estherville. No. 18 Lakota, 24-2, was a 75-62 victim of Fort Dodge. Four teams remain undefeated. No. 1 Hampton, 26-0, meets Belmond Saturday at Mason City. No. 2 Manilla. 26-0, is paired against Lawton-Bronson Friday at Sioux City. Third-rated Aplington. 25-0, faces Maynard West Central in regional play at Waterloo Central, and No. 4 West Burlington, 25-0, takes on Fairfield at Ottumwa in Saturday action. Lake View-Auburn. 23-3, rated No. 10 and the defending state champion, is at Cherokee Saturday. All games are at 7 p.m. Onken 13 2-2 4 28 Teague 00-0 40 Juergens.... 00-0 40 Eissens 0 0-0 3 0 Evans 0 0-0 0 0 Totals 24 3-4 19 51 Dows FG FT PF TP Danker 8 7-11 0 23 Schuler 4 0-0 0 8 Korth 0 0-0 0 0 Hartzell 15-607 Eriksen 0 0-3 0 0 Christensen 0 0-0 2 0 Guldberg.... 00-0 20 Root 0 0-0 3 0 Totals 13 12-17 7 38 Scoring by Quarters: Carroll .12 8 18 13-51 Dows 6 9 7 16-38 Officials: Roger Spratt of Ames and Bob Locker of Slater. ISU Signing Iowa State football Coach Earle Bruce announced Tuesday the signing of Steve Leary of Waterloo to a national letter of intent. Leary, a 6-foot-2. 235-pound offensive lineman who attends Waterloo Central earned All- Big Eight prep honors his junior year but played only two games last season because of injuries. 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