Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 26, 1976 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1976
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G-R vs. Manning Tonight By Myron Williams MANNING - Glidden- Ralston led all the way in their victory over Elk Horn-Kimballton, 66-62 and Manning exploded with 35 points in the fouYth quarter to rout Ar-We-Va, 89-64, here Wednesday in Boys'Sectional play. The G-R Wildcats will meet the Manning Bulldogs in the sectional final here, Thursday night. Wildcat Victory The Wildcats led the Danes throughout the game and held on to a win by four points. G-R's biggest lead was 13 points, 45-32, at the start of the third period. But, the Danes kept coming back and tied the Wildcats at 51-all with 6:49 in the last quarter. The Wildcats then scored nine unanswered and refused to fold, winning-their fifth victory of the season against 13 losses. Wildcat Coach Bruce Jepson said, "This was the best first half we've played all year. We got the shots we planned on and shot well from the outside." The coach praised all of his players for "playing real well." Wildcat Kevin Danner came off the bench and pumped in eight points. Danner is "the most improved player on the team," Jepson commented. Mike Chapman led the Wildcat scoring, swishing in 15 llttllllllllt Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, February 26, 1976 points. Brian Johnson and Brian Best weren't far behind, tallying 14 points each. Jepson said he was pleased with the balanced scoring. Tony Peterson and Brad Sornson were the game's high scorers, netting 24 and 18 points, respectively for the Danes. Manning's Win The Bulldog-Rocket contest was close for three quarters until the Bulldogs went into a zone at the end of the third • period. Then, Manning caught fire and peppered the bucket, scoring 35 points and held the Rockets to 13 points in the last period. Rocket Coach Dennis Bradshaw complimented Bulldog Coach John Morey on a "good coaching job," in initiating the zone against the Rockets who have had problems with opponents' zones "all year." Bradshaw said, "We rebounded well and played with intensity. We were just blown out in the fourth quarter." The Rocket head man credited Paul Johnson for playing his "best game of the year." Johnson scored 18 points. "We played a good second half and rebounded better than we have in a long time. We shot very well. Scott Missouri's Smith Heads All-Big 8 KANSAS CITY (AP) — Willie Smith, the sensational playmaker whose last-minute heroics have kept Missouri leading the Big Eight Conference basketball race, heads the Associated Press all-conference squad for 1975-76. The 6-2 southpaw guard, who broke scoring records after being recruited mostly as a defender, was a unanimous choice of a panel of sports writers and sportscasters as the Big Eight's most valuable player. He also was the only player named on every first team ballot. Dave Bliss, who took an Oklahoma tea.m that was expected to be a pushover and turned the Sooners into a well-drilled, respected unit, was an overwhelming choice as coach of the year. Newcomer of the year honors was also a runaway, with Stan Ray, Missouri's 6-9 freshman center, being named on all but two ballots. Joining Smith on the AP's first team are Kansas State's great guard combination of Chuckie Williams and Mike The field goal leader is Dean Olerich who is hitting 59 per cent from the field. Dan Onken is hitting 55 per cent. In free throws, Lloyd has the best percentage'at 73 per cent and Onken leads in-average rebounds per game with nine. Delane Hutcheson is next at eight. The assist leader is Lee Tenold with 43. KuemperGame The llth-rated Knights, 13-2 on the year, meet Boone at Boone in a first Class 3A' district game Monday night, but before that they meet St. Edmond at Fort Dodge. The Knights, who downed St. Edmond 77-51 earlier in the season, will try and recover from last Friday's 72-56 whipping by Sioux City West. "St. Edmond is an improved team. It's Parent'* Night for them and they should be fired-up," commented Knight Head Coach Wayne Chandlee. "We'll just have to play basketball the way it's • Knights (ContinueaFrom Page 6) supposed to be played," continued Chandlee. "We could use a victory. It would be a good spring board to the tournament," he concluded. The Gaelfe are 7-10 on the season and are coming off a 62-61 triumph over Eagle Grove Tuesday night. Last week they gave 2A power Humboldt a 45-43 scare. Mike Lose is the only player averaging in double figures for Dick Wiedenfeld's team. He's hitting at 14 a game. ''We're decided underdogs," Wie'denfeld remarked. "We'd like to play a good game to make it close." "We'll have to cut down on our mistakes," added the Gael head man. "That, along with Kuemper's defense hurt us in the first meeting. 1 ' —,-. Rick Friedman is averaging 19.3 to lead Kuemper scoring. Guard Bob Kelly is next at 13.7. Friedman also leads in field goal percentage at 52 per cent and in rebounds with 104. The free throw leader is Kevin Tessmer at 78 per cent and the assist leader is Bob Kelly with 41. Probable Line-ups: Carroll: F —Dirk Lloyd, 6-2, Sr. F —Dan Onken, 6-2, Sr. C — Delane Hutcheson, 6-3, Sr. G — Brad Edwards, 5-11, Soph. G —Lee Tenold, 5-9, Sr. Prairie of Cowrie: F — Mike Jansa, 6-0, Jr. F — Steve Hade, 6-2, Soph. C — Tim Fezold, 6-0, Soph. G — Doug Peterson, 5-5, Jr. G — Mike Johnson, 6-1, Sr. Kuemper: F — Rick Friedman, 6-4, Sr. F —Tom Kelly, 6-2, Sr. C — Kevin Tessmer, 6-3, Sr. G —Bob Kelly, 6-2, Sr. G —Ken Nurse, 5-11, Jr. St. Edmond: F — Paul Christians, 6-1, Sr. F — Dave Flattery, 6-0, Jr. C — Merlin Gerdes, 6-5, Sr. G —Mike Lose, 5-9, Sr. G — Dan Flattery, 6-1, Jr. When you join the Payroll Sayings Plan, all it takes is a little pinch out of your paycheck. Any amount you specify- Money that'll be set aside each payday to buy U.S. Savings Bonds. You'll hardly miss it. And neither will your paycheck. Join Payroll Savings now. Where else could you get the future at a bargain rate? Now E Bonds pay 6S6 intercut when held to maturity uf & years (4MS6 the first year). Bonds are replaced if lust, stolen or destroyed. When needed, they can t>e ciished at your baiikl Interest is not subject to state or local income- taxes, and federal tax may be deferred until redemption. Join the Payroll Savings Plan. Evans, Nebraska's Jerry Fort, and Norm Cook, Kansas' junior forward. A left-handed shooter and native of Las Vegas, Nev., Smith was offered scholarships by Baylor and Missouri while playing at Seminole Junior in Oklahoma College in 1973. Tiger Coach Norm Stewart, 'While watching his players engage in a friendly game of "21" one afternoon, noticed the newcomer from Las Vegas was consistently popping in buckets from all over the court. "You ought to be shooting more," Stewart said, as the story goes. "I know," Smith replied. (That year he broke Missouri's single-season scoring record. This season, while leading Big 8 in scoring with an average that hovered near 25 points a game, he has already broken his own record. Twice, against Oklahoma State and later against Kansas, he has put the ball through the basket just seconds before the final buzzer, making the difference between victory and defeat. Stripling, a sophomore, had his best night, scoring 34 points, "Morey said. Stripling tallied 33 points in Monday's clash against Irwin, which the Bulldogs won, 93-72. Morey also praised Kent Jahn for doing a' "good job on the boards, especially in the second half." Jahn pumped in 19 points. Also, Brett Monson swished in 24 points for the Bulldogs. The other double figure scorers for the Rockets were Ross Thiedeman, netting 23 points and little Russ Hawley manuevering in 10 points. Manning is now 11-8 for the season and Ar-We-Va finishes at 10-7. The game was close for the first three quarters. The scores at the first three quarter breaks were, 21-20, 37-34, and 54-51, all in favor of Manning. G-R Chapman . . . Johnson . . . Hunt Danner Kramer ... Best M. McCrea . Totals EH-K To. Peterson Hoegh C. Peterson . Te. Peterson Sornson . . . Knudson . . . Paulson . . . Totals FG FT ..5 5-5 ..5 4-6 .,3 1-3 4 0-0 ..4 0-2 ..5 4-4 ..0 0-0 11 14-20 FG FT .. 7 10-12 1 0-1 . . 3 2-4 . 4 0-0 ..8 2-4 .. 0 0-0 .. 1 0-0 24 14-23 FF TP 5 15 3 14 3 7 5 8 2 8 4 14 0 0 22 t6 PF TP 3 24 4 2 5 8 1 8 4 18 1 0 0 2 IS 62 Scoring by Quarters: G-R EH-K AWV Thledeman . Kock Johnson . . . T. Hawley . R. Hawley Stoelk .... Totals Manning Monson .... Stripling .. Jahn Walters,... Halbur Tank Drees .... Totals .... 23 19 17 15 FG FT ...11 1-2 , , 3 2-2 ...8 2-2 ... 1 1-2 ...5 0-1 1 0-0 , 2* 6-» FG FT ,.,11 2-4 ...14 6-7 8 3-4 1 4-6 , . . 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 37 15-21 9 15—66 12 18—62 PF TP 0 23 5 8 3 18» 4 3 4 10 0 2 16 64 PF TP 0 24 1 34 4 19 0 6 0 2 2 2 1 2 in Scoring by Quarters: AWV Manning... 20 14 21 16 17 13—64 17 35—89 Seek State Berth — Regional Finals DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Here are the pairings for the regional girls' basketball tournaments Friday and Saturday night. All games are scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday Night At Cedar Rapids Kennedy — Cedar Rapids Washington 25-1, vs. Van Home Benton 16-8. At Creston — Clarinda, 18-3, vs. Afton East Union, 23-2. At West Des Moines Valley — West Des Moines Valley, 22-5, vs. Adel DeSoto, 23-2. At Pleasantville — Pekin-Packwood, 19-5, vs. Runnels Southeast Polk, 19-4. At Sioux City Auditorium — Lawton-Bronson, 11-11, vs. Manilla, 26-0. Saturday Night At Ames — Ankeny, 24-2, vs. Jewell South Hamilton, 16-6. At Marshalltown — Ackley-Geneva, 21-4, vs. Dysart-Geneseo, 22-3. At Mason City — Hampton, 26-0, vs. Belmond, 23-2. At Spencer — Inwood West Lyon, 24-1, vs. Estherville, 20-2. At Ottumwa — Fairfield, 21-3, vs. West Burlington, 25-0. At Cherokee, — Cherokee, 17-5, vs. Lake View-Auburn, 23-3. At Dubuque Senior — Andrew, 24-2, vs. Central City, 22-3. At Council Bluffs Lincoln — Farragut, 26-1, vs. Audubon, 21-3. At Fort Dodge — Fort Dodge, 22-3, vs. Rockwell City, 17-4. At Davenport West — Pleasant Valley, 21-5, vs. Mediapolis, 25-1. At Waterloo Central — Aplington, 25-0, vs. Maynard West Central 24-2. -Staff Photo Manilla, Scranton Advance By Staff Writer Manilla, Scranton and Coon Rapids were other area teams that advanced to sectional title games tonight. Manilla ran their record'to 17-2 by outmanning Woodbine, 70-48, as Joe Bueltel led the Hawks with 24, points. Bueltel got plenty of help as senior reserve Mark Birks added 14 and Erv Pauley and freshman Dave Birks 10 apiece as the winners led 35-26 at half. One of Manilla's leading scorers, Mark Reiff, played some, but was bothered by the flu. Woodbine, which ends at 6-12, was paced by Jerome Barry who collected 22 points. Scranton upped their record to 16-3 with a 78-48 breeze past United Community of Boone. . Kevin Rasmussen led a balanced Trojan attack with 14 points, followed by Kelly Anderson with 13, Randy Walker with 12 and Marty Murphy with 10. Scranton, which lost starter Daryl Seaman with mono, jumped to a 22-6 first quarter lead and led 38-24 at intermission. At Guthrie Center, Coon Rapids moved into the finals with a 48-38 victory over rival Bayard. Ed Heydon and Tony Hamilton led Keith Hjelle's squad with 15 and '14 points respectively. Leon Wurzer and Dean Schoeppner led a strong Coon Rapids effort on the boards with 16 and 14 respectively. For Bayard,,Jeff Shawd had 16 points. Tonight, Manilla faces Dunlap; Scranton meets 12-5 Gilbert and Coon Rapids (9-8) goes against run-and-gun Panora-Linden. | A public i«tvlc« at this publication I ind Tti« Advlillilng Council. Cliff Abbott West of Hwy. 71 Carroll 792-2014 4x4 Weaner Supreme Nutrients Readily Available To Pigs Walt Hocjen East of Hwy. 71 Jefferson. 515-3M-2754 4x4 Weaner Supreme it an extremely palatable and nutritious creep food for baby pip. It's fortified with milk product* M nutrients are readily available for digestion. When pip oat It, you know they're receiving the nutritional benefit! each pellet contains. These Lake View-Auburn Black Hawk- ettes will go against Cherokee Saturday night in a regional tournament game in Cherokee. The winner of that game will advance to the state tourney in Des Moines next month. LV-A beat Storm Lake 70-42 Tuesday night to win the school's third district title in the last four years. Team members are, front row from left, Diane Pick, Lori Schoneboom, Debbie Cole, Carol Kroeger, Julie Rohde and Gloria Olberding. Back row, from left, are Sara Wernimont, Kay Pick, JoAnn Tjaden, Sherry Fredrichs, Kay Quinn, Becky Buse, Diane Buse and Micki Olberding. Sports Glances Named to Second Team Iowa State's Hercle Ivy and Art Johnson were named to the Associated Press' All-Big Eight Conference second basketball team it was announced today. Veeck to Appear Bill Veeck, new owner of the Chicago White Sox, will appear at the Mar. 12 noon meeting of the Greater Des Moines Chaniber of Commerce. The luncheon will be open to the public. The Iowa Oaks of the American Association are affiliated with the White Sox. Iowa Signees University of Iowa football Coach Bob Commings announced the signing of three more football recruits Wednesday. They are: Jesse Cook, a 6-foot, 195-pound halfback from Las Vegas, Nev.; Herlyn Harrington, 6-4, 228. tackle. Kansas City, Mo., and Cedric Shaw. 6-0. 190, Halfback. Newark, N.J. Cook and Shaw were all-staters and Harrington was an all-Metro selection in Kansas City. Irish Finally Win At Dayton, 85-79 By The Associated Press For years, Notre Dame's basketball team has been fighting an uphill battle at the Dayton University Arena. But the Fighting Irish finally turned the one-way street around Wednesday night. The Irisli, who seemingly have been successful everywhere else but at Dayton, managed to win their first game ever on the Flyers' home court — an excruciating 85-79 victory that left Coach Digger Phelps wrung out. "I'm just happy to win here." said Phelps. "We were well prepared and our nine guys did the job." Particularly, Adrian Dantley did the job with his 30 points and Don Williams did one also with two crucial free throws in the waning minutes. In other top college games, third-ranked Rutgers whipped William & Mary 100-90; 10th- rated Maryland turned back Wake Forest 105-91 and No. 16 Western Michigan beat Kent State 73-63. Notre Dame took the lead for good on Williams' two free throws with less than four minutes to play. Johnny Davis of Dayton was the game's most explosive player with 38 points. The victory boosted Notre Dame's record to 21-4 and virtually locked up a bid to the NCCA playoffs. DURING THESE HOURS ONLY Febr28 - Sat. - 8-4:30 SUPER TRUCKLOAD SALE! OWENS-COBMNO Rberalas 6"Attlc Insulation 6" Insulation OWENS-COHNINO Fiberalas 6"Atflc Insulation alnut Grove Division of W.R. Grace A Co. ' Per Sq. Ft. « o r. Per Sq. Ft. The more we buy. the more you save on Owens-Corning Fiberglas Insulation. 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