Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 26, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Bobcats Face Sac in Final By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor). LAKE CITY — Unbeaten and fourth ranked St. Bernard of Breda will battle Sac City at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Rockwell City for the Class A sectional championship. Sac City advanced, beating Lytton, 6049. The Bobcats ran their record to 21-0 in Lake City Wednesday night, whipping outclassed Lohrville, 70-52, in a game that wasn't close at all. For the second straight time, a Bobcat reached the 1,000 point mark. On Monday night Dan Schwabe hit the milestone and against Lohrville, Tom Koster reached it with two free throws with 6:01 remaining. Roster's climatic free throws finished his scoring with 16 points, the same as teammate Tim Nieland and he went to the bench shortly thereafter. "I'm real happy for Tom (Koster)," commented Breda Head Coach Ray Wall. "He deserved it. A couple of weeks ago I didn't know if he would make it." Wall was referring to Times Herald, Carroll, la. t Thursday, February 26, 1976 O Tom Koster Koster's freak accident at No. 1 Alta, St. Mary's of Clinton Roll in Sectional By The Associated Press Highly-regarded Alta and defending state champion Clinton St. Mary's earned semifinal victories' Wednesday night as the boys Class A basketball field was pared to 128 teams. No. 12 rated.Alta, the only ranked Class A team in the latest Associated Press poll, opened sectional play by downing Fonda 69-55 behind a 21-point effort by Mark Sherwood. The Cyclones, last year's third-place team, moved their record to 18-0 and tangle with Storm Lake St. Mary's in Thursday night's Class A sectional final. Clinton St. Mary's rolled past Preston 91-46 to set up a clash with strong Andrew in the sectional finals. Andrew dumped Bellevue Marquette 70-55. The remaining Class A un- beatens all stayed in the running for the eight state tournament berths, but potent Avoca Avo-Ha and Mount Ayr, a qualifier a year ago, were sent to the sidelines. Unbeatens winners included Burnside Central Webster, Breda St. Bernard, Conrad BCL, Rock Valley and Woodward-Granger along with pow- e r f u 1 Rockwell-Swaledale, Palmer, Manilla, Belle Plaine, Bode Twin River and Center Point. ' Junior Brent Murphy, the only returning regular from last year's title team, poured in 29 points as St. Mary's had no problems with Preston, 4-14. St. Mary's will take a 17-4 record into the final against Andrew, which is 18-2 and hoping to avenge a sectional loss to the Irish a year ago. Boys' Sectional (Finals Tonight) At Rock well City: St. Bernard Breda vs. Sac City, 7:30 p.m. At Manilla: . Manilla vs. Dunlap, 7:30 p.m. At Guthrie Center: Coon Rapids vs. Panora-Linden, 7:30 p.m. At Manning: Manning vs.:Glidden-Ralston, 7:30 p.m. At Ida.G.rpy.e.; ..,,.,„, Wall Lake vs. Lake View-Auburn, 7:30 p.m. At United Community (Boone) Scranton vs. Gilbert, 7:30 p.m. (Wednesday's Results) At Lake City: St. Bernard Breda 70, Lohrville 52 At Manilla: Manilla 70, Woodbine 48 At Guthrie Center: Coon Rapids 48, Bayard 38 At Manning: Manning 89, Ar-We-Va 64 Glidden Ralston 66, Elk Horn-Kimballton 62 At Ida Grove: Lake View-Auburn 62, Battle Creek 39 At Odebolt: .. Wall Lake 68, Odebolt-Arthur 39 At United Community (Boone): Scranton 78. United Community 48 Jerry McGranahan tossed in 28 points to keep Andrew rolling. Central Webster, 18-0, thumped Boxholm Grand for the second time this season, taking a 61-42 decision behind a 15-point effort by Danny Lundberg. Breda St. Bernard, 20-0, stayed on the trail with a 70-52 conquest of Lake City as Tom Koster and Tim Nieland each scored 16 points, while Conrad BCL, 19-0, used a 15-point night by Brad Smith to eliminate Hubbard 65-50. Rock Valley, 21-0 and the state's winningestteam, came up with its second straight impressive showing, stopping Sioux Center 79-69 as John Van Beek and Mick Kooima each tallied 18 points. The. Rockets next opponent is strong Boyden-Hull, which advanced by ripping George 79-61. Woodward-Granger, .18-0, rode the 14-point efforts of Mike Bice and Randy Spenla to a 63-49 victory over Waukee. Palmer, 17-1, received a 26- point effort from Norm Weimers to oust Somers Cedar Valley 75-56, while Rockwell-Swaledale, 18-1, raced by Meservey-Thornton 78-60 as Brian Campbell registered 18 points. Manilla, a.state qualifer a year ago, was impressive also, blasting Woodbine 70-48. Belle Plaine was one of the night's biggest victors, slamming Marengo Iowa Valley 9843 as Mike Kirkey came up with 24 points. Center Point stayed alive with a 62-43 victory over Central City and Norville Haynes scored 22 points. Other touted winners included Ringsted. Bode Twin Rivers, Thornburg Tri-County, Sioux Rapi'ds, Manning and Springville, which rode a 35 point performance by Scott Allison to a 69-58 victory over West Branch. school when it took 60 stitches to close an arm injury. With Nieland hitting 14 of his 16 points in the first half, the Bobcats rolled to a 16-6 first quarter advantage and led 36-14 at halftime as they connected on 53 per cent of their shots. Lohrville was cold from the field as they could only can six of 31 first half shots for a meager 19 per cent. The Bobcats built their lead to 56-26 after three quarters and then Wall played reserves mosl of the final eight minutes as Lohrville came back to make the score half-way respectable. "I thought we played a super defensive game," added Wall. "Every player we had in there did an excellent job. They played as a team." Wall also cited Nieland for an outstanding game. "He dominated the game in the first half." Nieland finished with 15 rebounds and KosteV added 10 as the Bobcats had 50 as a team. In the shooting department, Breda finished at 54 per cent on 30 of 56 shots, while Lohrville improved to 34 per cent on 23 of 67. Box Score: St. Bernard FG FT PF TP T. Nieland.. Koster M. Pudenz . Schwabe . . . Steinkamp . Heim ...... K. Nieland . K. Ulveling. Snyder Schaefer . . . P. Pudenz . . Boes Brincks Schettler . . . Totals . 7 . 5 . 2 . 6 . 4 3 . 1 . 2 0 . 0 . 0 0 . 0 . 0 30 2-2 6-10 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-15 2 4 0 1 2 ?, 0 1 ? 1 0 n 0 0 15 16 16 4 12 8 R 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 l Lohrville FG FT PF TP M.Nelseri.,. 30-006 C. Nelsen.... 5 0-1 Russow 6 0-2 Vogel 1 0-1 Kinney 3 4-4 Hanlon 3 0-0 Morlan 1 0-0 Kail 1 2-3 .Lohr 0 0-0 Alliger 0 0-0 Christensen 0 0-0 Totals 23 6-11 16 52 Scoring by Quarters: St. Bernard .16 20 20 14-70 Lohrville.... 6 8 12 26-52 Officials: Ralph Voith of Rockwell City'and Tom Jetmund of Ogden 3 10 5 12 3 2 4 10 6 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0- 0 Tigerettes Finish 16-9 — The Carroll High girls finished their third year of basketball Tuesday night, taking third in the district at Jewell.'Team members front row from left, Tammie Eissens, Holly Juergens, Rachel Harmening, Deb Onken, Julie Teague and Rita Harmening, all starters. Second row from left, manager Deb Cattermole, Janet Conrad, Holly Evans, Lori Harmening, Eva Klenk and student trainer Liz Bowman. Back row from left, statistician Jeanne Hulsebus, Pam Tenold, Susan Skinner, Alison Beck, Jean Grettenberg, Sandy White and statistician Brenda Wuertz. Missing from picture is Maria Cattermole. The squad compiled a 16-9 record. LV-A, Comet Rematch Set By Don Davis after the first period. are coughing." the coach waiiLake 23 15 18 12-68 BattieCreek pp ^ Wall Lake crushed Ode- Wall Lake beat the Trojans added. , ^A - Mefferd s 3-4 3 13 hnlt-Arthur whilp I.plrp hv .7ft nnints anri ninp nnintc However. Van Ropkpl FG FT PF TP Fitch 3 3-6 3 9 By Don Davis Wall Lake crushed Odebolt-Arthur while Lake View-Auburn buried Battle Creek Wednesday night to set up game No. 3 between the two southern Sac County schools Thursday night. In the LV-A-Wall La'ke games earlier this season, each team won one by seven points. The rubber game of the year will be at 7:30'p.m. in Ida Grove in a boys' Class A sectional championship game. The teams are coming off similar games 24 hours earlier. Wall Lake turned in a 68-39 victory at Odebolt in sectional semi-final action Wednesday. The Blaok.Hawks , downed Battle Crgek$2-39; ,at Ida Grove. • After a fairly close first four minutes. Wall Lake, with an 11-6 record, reeled of f 10 points while holding Odebolt-Arthur scoreless to make the score 17-4. After the Trojans popped in a Basket, the Comets scored six more points to place the first-quarter score at 23-6. The Comets opened a 20-point halftime lead, 38-18, and a 30-ppint third-period bulge, 56-26. Comet Coach Dave Hanneman looks at the sectional final as "a do or die" situation. His squad had plenty of opportunities to rest, as Hanneman substituted freely after the first period. Wall Lake beat the Trojans by 30 points and nine points earlier this season. The Trojans close the season at 5-13. Seniors Mike Bieret and Bill Schrader paced Wall Lake with 17 and 16 points, respectively. Dave O'Tool added 12. O'Tool topped the rebounding column for the Comets with 15. Mike Olerich added eight, plus gaining six steals. Wall Lake shot 51 per cent 'from the field, while the Trojans managed just 22 per cent. Randy Bentsen scored 12 points for the losers. •'I'n'.'ida^'Grbve, 'meanwhile, things went much the same for Lake View as they did for Wall Lake. The Black Hawks held a first quarter lead of 20-10 and a halftime lead of 28-20, but blew the game wide open in the third period by outscoring Battle Creek 16-9. Lake View-Auburn Coach Bernie Van Roekel said the first half didn't go well for his team. "We did a lot of standing around, "he said. Starting junior Scott Tjaden was out of .the lineup with the flu Wednesday and may be out again Thursday. He had a 101-degree fever Wednesday night, Van Roekel said. "A couple of other players are coughing." the coach added. However, Van Roekel expects a "tough game all the way" against Wall Lake. "One of the keys is whether we can contain Olerich inside," he said. The Black Hawks also~need to control the boards, the coach continued. Jeff Frank controlled the boards Wednesday night, pulling in 13. He also topped all scorers with 17 points. Steve Hammerstrom sank 14 points. Chuck Lamaak, a sophomore, and Bill Wollesen each had 11. Dan Mefferd tallied 13 for Battle Creek. F6 Frank 8 Hammerstrom 5 Lamaak ...... 4 Wollesen 5 Wicker 3 Morenz 1 Totals 27 FT 1-1 4-7 3-7 1-2 1-1 0-0 10-18 12-68 13-39 . TP 17 14 11 n 7 2 62 FT 3-4 3-6 Boger ........ 4 1-2 Van Houten ---- 3 0-1 Goodenow ---- 1 0-0 Totals ..... ...16 7-13 Scoring by Quarters: LV-A .............. 20 8 Battle Creek ....... 10 10 PF 3 3 5 2 4 17 TP 13 9 9 6 2 » ' 18-62 10-39 Tigers and Knights Close Regular Season Box Scores: Wall Lake FG Bieret 7 B. Schrader .. 7 Olerich 4 O'Tool "i G. Schrader R. Knapton Schmitz .. Brotherton Stlckrod .. Rohde .... Albrecht .. T. Knapton Totals Odebolt-Arthu Bentsen .... Simpson — Slebrecht Thompson .. 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .28 r FG . 4 . 2 . 1 . 3 .. 0 Down i Gehrke 0 Krayenhagen . . 1 Frledrlchsen 1 Pick 0 Savaae 0 FT 3-4 2-3 1-2 2-3 2-3 0-0 2-3 0-3 1-2 0-10-1 0-2 12-25 FT 4-9 '0-0 0-1 2-2 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 PF 0 2 5 4 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 18 PF 5 4 3 0 3 1. 2 0 0 1 1 1 / TP 17 16 9 12 7 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 . M TP 12 4 2 8 1 4 0 2 0 2 0 n 'Totals 15 9-19 22 39 Scoring by Quarters: FIRESTONE FARMER DAYS ATTENTION FARMERS! * FREE 8 TON M & W RUNNING GEAR * Just Register for a FREE 8 Ton M & W Running Gear during our Farmer Days. No Obligation — Nothing To Buy SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL FIRESTONE TIRES AND DUAL WHEELS DURING THIS EVENT BLISS TIRE SERVICE CARROLL AMES SAC CITY PERRY Carroll and Kuemper tournament basketball play tune-up for district Monday night by ending their Land Bank loans have helped America farm better for 60 consecutive years. There have been dramatic changes in agriculture during the last 60 years...new machines, new crops, new chemicals. But the real production miracle is still the man on the land...a hard-working individual who plans ahead and then carries out his plan. We are proud that when a man of this caliber needs long-term credit, he looks to his Federal Land Bank Association. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOC. OF HARLAN Harlan, Phone 755-3118 Carroll Office Fridays 9:30-12, Ph. 792-3210 LATVJDBATMK regular seasons on the road Friday night. Both schools will be out to bounce back from recent losses. Carroll Contest Denny Lokken's Tigers, who open Class 2A district play Monday against Audubon at Audubon, will try and up their season mark to 10-8 when they travel to Prairie of Cowrie. "We'll just have to bounce back after a disappointing Monday night," commented Lokken, referring to a 67-62 lossito strong Class A Maple Valley of Mapleton. "We know Prairie ,is quick and they appear to be much improved over last year," continued the Tiger coach. "They have three kids who can hurt us scoring-wise and we'll have to use our height advantage to slow down their quickness," Lokken added. Prairie, a member of the West Central Conference, is 10-7 on the season with two of their losses coming to Central Webster of Burnside, the second-ranked Class A team in the state. Coach Gary Moeller, who starts only one senior, gave Central Webster a two-point game early in the season before losing by 13 recently. Mike Johnson, a-'6-1 senior, is the Panthers' top scorer with a 17 point average, followed by sophomore forward Steve Hade who averages 14 and Mike Jansa who carries a 13 point mark./ "It should be an interesting game and should be very close," remarked Moeller.. Sophomore Brad Edwar'ds continues to lead Carroll in scoring with a 13.7 mark, followed by Dirk Lloyd at 9.5. Knights, See Page 7 SMILE AWHILE W^/CASE POWER & EQUIP. 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