Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 25, 1976 · Page 12
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 25, 1976
Page 12
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Olberding Sparks Champions By Don Davis But to see her on the basket- STORM LAKE — Micki ball court Tuesday night no Olberding has been sick. At one would think the 5-8 senior least that is what they say. forward for Lake May Lose Sign — —Staff Photo View-Auburn was ailing. All she did was score a season-high 32 points to lead the Black Hawkettes to a 70-42 district championship over Storm Lake. The victory, means the defending state champs need just one win to land in the state girls' basketball tournament for the third time in four years, which starts March 9. That victory would have to come over a Cherokee team which beat Remsen-Union 75-61 Tuesday night. The Hawkette-Cherokee game will be at 7 p.m. Saturday in Cherokee. Olberding, in scoring the most points since before Christmas, connected on 12 of 19 field goal attempts and eight of 10 free throws. And this came from a girl LV-A Supt. Charles E. Ferguson said "was sick this morning." The all-state candidate has been fighting the flu for several days. This is the second straight game she has played when she has not been up to par — physically. On the court she seldom was stopped Tuesday. Lake View-Auburn didn't have it easy all the way . through in their 28-point win, however. The Tornadoettes of IIIIMHMIMWM 12 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Feb. 25, 1976 the host school came out fired up and although led just once in the game, they did keep the score close for a quarter. After a 10-10 tie with about two minutes left in period No. 1, the Hawkettes reeled off 16 unanswered points in the next six minutes to take ,a 26-10 lead. The Red and Black never lost command after that. The Hawkettes moved out to a 34-18 halftime lead with 20 of those points coming from Olberding. LV-A kept rolling, opening a 30-point lead, 56-26, just into the final stanza. Storm Lake Coach Larry Zwemke, whose team finished with a 14-7 record, said, "The second quarter just turned us off." Winning Coach Louis (Bud) McCrea had a little different way of putting the same feelings: "We took the starch out of them (in the second period)." Storm Lake "came out real fired up," McCrea said. But then, almost every team is out to get a champ. "Patience pays off more than being extremely fired up ... in the long run," the coach continued. The win raised LV-A's record to 23-3. All-state guard Kay Pick pulled down seven rebounds and blocked six shots for the Hawkettes. The guards, Pick, Diane Buse, Gloria Olberding and Debbie Cole for the most part, held the Tornadoettes to a 41 per cent field goal mark, while the Hawkette forward court hit almost 69 per cent. JoAnn Tjaden tallied 18 points and Sara Wernimont added 14. Cindy Rice scored 22 points for Storm Lake, which is in its fourth year of girls' basketball. Lisa Thompson tossed in 10. Storm Lake's Zwemke praised LV-A's "tough defense and good shooters" for the .visitors'win. But he didn't know.Micki Olberding was ill. If he did, he may have tried to buy some of that virus, bottle it and sell it. If it doesn't make a basketball player better, at least it didn't do Olberding any harm on the court. Box Score: LV-A FG FT PF TP Tjaden 90-3 1 18 M. Olberding 12 8-10 1 32 Wernimont . . 7 G. Olberding 1 Schoneboom 1 B. Buse 1 Cole: 0 K, Pick 0 D. Buse 0 Quinn 0 Rohde 0 Kroeger 0 D. Pick 0 Totals 31 Storm Lake FG Rice 10 Appleseth ... 4 L. Thompson 5 Gaffney 0 T. Thompson 0 Barber 0 Engebretson 0 Sliefert 0 Schmitt 0 i Jorgensen ... 0 Jenson 0 Hatlelid 0 Totals 19 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-17 t FT 2-2 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-9 1 14 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 70 ~"' PF TP 5 22 0 9 2 10 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 18 42 Scoring by Quarters : LV-A 12 Storm Lake .10 22 8 18 18-70 8 16-42 Officials: Ell Fredin, Gilmore City,and Tom Lengenfeld, Humboldt. This sign near U.S. 30 in Glidden may have to be removed from city property, according to Walter McDonald, director of the office of beautification of the state Department of Transportation. Achievement signs such as Glidden's are allowed in industrial and commercial zones only, McDonald said. There are several ways Glidden'could keep a sign of this kind, such as listing the achievement under a "Welcome to Glidden" sign or placing the sign on school property, he added. No legal action had been taken by Tuesday. Expect 32,000 for Mat Tournament DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Of the 313 Iowa high schools with wrestling programs, 196 have advanced wrestlers to the three-class 56th annual Iowa High School State Wrestling meet here Thursday through Saturday. Altogether, 432 wrestlers — 12 at each weight in three classes — will vie for championships. They attend 76 Class A schools, 68 Class AA schools and 52 Class AAA schools. However, some 32,000 fans are still expected in Veterans Memorial Auditorium, says Bernie Saggau, executive secretary of the .Iowa High School Athletic Association. The turnout won't be a record, Saggau says, but will still be healthy because of the conflicting Big Eight and Big Ten Conference wrestling meets in Ames Friday and Saturday and in Iowa City. CRAZEE DAZE SPECIALS KELLER SHOWER AND TUB ENCLOSURES As Low As *35 00 /toiic'h (CONTROL- For a massage in your shower. A whole new showering sensation. Sprays range from pulsating massage to regular stream. 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The Black Hawkettes will face Cherokee Saturday night in Cherokee in their last hurdle to the state tournament. Shown guarding Olberding are Alesa Engebretson (22) and Stacy Schmitt. Sport Glances ALUMINUM No Volleyball There will be no adult volleyball program tonight at Holy Spirit due to the Holy Spirit girls' grade school basketball tournament. Women's Superstars Former speed skater Anne Henning won five of the seven events she entered in the $69,000 Women's Superstars competition to easily capture first place honors and claim $35,300. Miss Henning won the softball throw, half-mile bicycle race and obstacle course event Tuesday to finish with 53 points. She had won rowiijg , and swimming Monday. « % The"l97^Dly'rnpic - 'g6 : rd ' medalist in 500-meter speed skating threw a softball 189 feet, was timed in 1:16.42 in the bicycle race and completed the obstacle, course's scaling wall, tunnel parallel bars, tires, water jump, high jump and hurdle in 24.78 seconds. Sixteen-year-old billiard Champion Jean Balukas totaled 31 points for second place and $13,100. Surfer Laura Blears Ching was third with 27 points for $7,700 and football player Linda Jefferson fourth with 25 1-3 points for $2,533: Named Lorn Brown, a 37-year-old television sportscaster, was named Tuesday to team with Harry Caray on Chicago White Sox radio and television broadcasts. The announcement was made by Ed Morris, general manager of UHF television station Channel 44. Morris said Brown and Caray each will do half the game on TV and radio. Brown currently broadcasts Chicago Bulls National Basketball Association games on Channel 44. The Chicagoan previously had broadcast Iowa Oaks, Bradley, Drake and Illinois State basketball games during a 15-year career. troubles ^come in'bunches? Never fear. Yoi^ can set them right in a hurry. By making sure you're covered through an independent insurance agent. We're experts on trouble. 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