Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 1, 1976 · Page 5
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SPORTS Tigers Whip Cowrie, 85-61 By Don Davis COWRIE — The regular season ended for the Carroll boys' basketball team Friday night and it couldn't have happened in a nicer way. The Tigers turned around whip Prairie of Cowrie 85-61 on the road. Balanced scoring was the story of the win, which boosted Carroll to 10-8 on the season heading into the tournaments. Dirk Lloyd tossed in 20 points from a slow first quarter to — 14 in the first half — to lead the Orange and Black. Todd Pettitt and Brad Edwards each tallied 16. Dan Onken and Dean Olerich scored nine apiece. Tonight the Tigers face Audubon in first-round district tournament play in Audubon. The winner of the 7:30 p.m. game will advance to Denison Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. to face Washington of Cherokee, which drew a first-round bye. Meanwhile. Denison will face Maple Valley of Mapleton at Denison Monday. That Sport Glances High Reach — -Staff Photo Lake View-Auburn All-State guard Kay Pick goes high in the air attempting to block a Cherokee shot in the Black Hawkettes' 62-53 victory Saturday night. The Bravette forward is Colleen Frank, who scored 16 points, as Cherokee was beaten in regional play for the second straight year by the Hawkettes. LV-A advances to state tournament play March 9 in Des Moines to defend its state title. Pick led the LV-A guard court Saturday with nine rebounds and four steals. Manilla to State Unbeaten and second-ranked Manilla advanced to the state girls' basketball tournament over the weekend. The 27-0 Hawkettes whipped 11-12 Lawton-Bronson. 77-35, as Jean Rostermundt fired in 42 points and Cathy Bauer 19. Will Delay Cal Wulfsberg, a senior guard on the University of Iowa basketball team, said Sunday he will delay applying for dental school to use his final season of basketball competition. Wulfsberg, a starter most of the season, missed the 1974-75 season after suffering a knee injury in the first game. "I might be able to qualify for dental school this fall by taking a summer-school course I need," he said. "But I think I'll wait and play my last season first. " He has played in all 26 Iowa games, has averaged 5.5 points a game and is the team's assist leader and among Big-Ten Conference leaders in that category. Record to 22-0 Undefeated Coe. which has accepted a bid to play in the National Collegiate Division III tournament, ended regular season play with its 22nd consecutive victory, thumping Grinnell 106-82 here Saturday. The Kohawks were the Midwest Conference leaders with a 16-0 record. Hasn't Scored Fred Haberecht. a 6-foot-8 senior center on the University of Iowa basketball team, hasn't scored a point in ;th,e, Hawkeyes', ,l,ast t.wo ; games,. . : , ..,•<•...• Consequently. Haberecht won't be in the starting lineup against Purdue Wednesday. Coach Lute Olson says: "We will have five people on the court who want to play as hard as they are capable of, regardless of what their abilities are." Haberecht adds: "I feel like Clark Kent, but I never turned into Superman." Easy Winner Richard Petty, barely missing ah eight-car pile up, easily won the Carolina 500 stock car race, finishing two laps ahead of Darrell Waltrip. Saints Fold The financially troubled Minnesota Fighting Saints of the World Hockey Association folded after fourteen surviving players voted not to play a scheduled game in Cincinnati Saturday night. 21st Career Win Earl Anthony of Tacoma ; Was., won his 21st career title by downing Johnny Petraglia of New York City 236-214 in the championship match of a $100,000 pro bowling tournament. World Swim Mark Steve Holland of Australia broke his own world record in the 800-meter freestyle with a time of 8 minutes 2.91 seconds. Boxing Set The 88th New England AAU boxing championships have been scheduled for April 5 at Boston Garden. winner will play Storm Lake at Denison Thursday night. The district finals will be Saturday at Denison. Carroll Coach Denny Lokken isn't looking ahead any further than Audubon, a team he said, "Feels they can get us." But, "hopefully, this (24-point victory) will give us a head of steam," the coach said. Eyeing district play, Lokken said he kept his starters in longer than he normally would have with a big lead "to give them some confidence.'' However, things were not all rosey for Carroll Friday. For one thing, Lokken said, he was unhappy that Mike Jansa and Steve Hade scored 24 and 16 points respectively. Thoughts don't linger on the bad after a big win. "It feels good to put some points on the board for one." Lokken commented. The Tigers' 85 points came on 36 field goals (of 67 attempts, for 53.7 per cent) and 13 of 18 free throw attempts. The Panthers netted 23 of 57 goals for 40.4 per cent. Carroll's 5-11 sophomore Edwards pulled down 11 rebounds as the Tigers' gathered 47 off the boards. Dan Onken added 10 and Olerich hauled in seven. The Panthers collected 30 rebounds. Edwards, who Lokken has called inconsistent, is "becoming a smart player." the coach said after the win. Lokken also praised the efforts of Lloyd (who "played well offensively") and Pettitt ("it was really good to see him get back on the track"). Tlmet Herald, Carroll, la. £ Monday, March 1, 1976 J After an early Panther lead, Carroll led at the end ot one period 21-17. By the half, the score was 42-30. Heading into the final period the Tigers led 60-47. Prairie dropped to 10-8 on the year. The Carroll junior varsity set its final record at 10-3 with a 55-37 win after an early second-half spurt gave the Tigers a sizable lead. Jim Molitor poured in 14 points with Steve Schechtman and Brad Wuertz each adding 12. Schechtman gathered 12 rebounds. Box Score: Carroll FG Lloyd 10 Onken 4 Hutcheson .. 1 Pettitt 8 Edwards.... 5 Tenold 2 Olerich Petersen... Sunderman Riesselman FT 0-1 1-2 2-4 0-0 6-6 1-2 1-2 2-2 0-0 PF TP 0 20 3 2 4 3 1 2 0 9 4 16 16 5 9 2 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-18 Sides McCarville Stroh Totals 36 Prairie FG Jansa 9 Hade.... Fevold .. Johnson. Petersen Harklau. Baedke . Morton 0 Eldal ... Carlon 0 Bauer... Stroh.... Thilges 0 Totals 23 Scoring by Quarters: Carroll 21 21 Prairie 17 13 1 1 0 0 17 0 4 0 0 85 G FT PF TP 9 6 1 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 23 6-6 4-6 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 13-27 1 1 5 1 3 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 15 24 16 2 11 1 4 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 61 Coming Down — —Staff Photo. 25-85 14-61 Carroll's Brad Edwards pulls down one of his game-leading 11 rebounds Friday night at Cowrie. Prairie of Cowrie's Mike Johnson defends against Edwards. The Tigers beat Prairie 85-61 to close out their regular season. They open tournament play Monday night against Audubon in Audubon. Kuemper Clips Gaels in OT Cyclones Hire New Cage Boss AMES, Iowa (AP) — Lynn Nance, a former FBI agent and for the past four years an assistant coach at the Univesity of'Kentucky, has been named to shore up Iowa State's sagging basketball program. Nance, 33, an all-Pacific Eight Conference player at Washington, said he would begin his new duties immediately. The Cyclones, now 2-23, had won just one of 14 ball games when Trickey resigned with I'/a years remaining in his contract. Boys'District (Class 3A Monday) At Boone: Kuemper vs. Boone, 7:30 p.m. (Class 2A) At Audubon: Carroll vs. Audubon, 7:30 p.m. At Denison: Denison vs. Maple Valley Mapleton, 7:30 p.m. AtHumboldt: Humboldt vs. Jefferson, 7:30 p.m. (Class A Tuesday) AtHarlan: Manning vs. Manilla, 7 p.m. At Fort Dodge: Manson vs. St. Bernard Breda, 7:30p.m. AtOnawa: Lake View-Auburn vs. West Harrison of Mondamin, 7:30p.m. AtBoone: ' Scranton vs. Central Webster Burnside, 8:30 p.m. By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) FORT DODGE — There were plenty of heroes as Kuemper battled back from a , 12.-point! third quarter deficit to clip St. Edmond. 70-65. in overtime here Friday night. The Knights, now 14-2 on the season, open district 3A tournament play tonight, taking on Boone at the Boone Junior College gymnasium at 7:30p.m. Directions to Game Persons attending the Kuemper-Boone district basketball game tonight at Boone Junior College should come in on U.S. Highway 30 and turn left into Boone on South Story Street. Take South Story one block north and turn right on Hancock Drive. Then go three blocks to the gym. *M^^^**«*AAAA^^^^^ "We just hope the way we played in the last 10 or 12 minutes of the game will continue." commented Knight Coach Wayne Chandlee. "If we do, we could do all right in the tournament." "We had quite a few heroes," continued Chandlee who has guided the llth-rated Knights . 1 'Tessmer ( Kevin ). Schenkelberg (Tom) and Friedman (Rick) were great on the boards. Friedman had 15 rebounds, his high for the year." Chandlee said. "Bob (Kelly) did a great job playing all the time with four fouls. Also. Ken Nurse showed great poise and gave us some leadership." Chandlee added. Chandlee didn't forget reserve Dave Bruner who has played little this season. "Bruner came in and did a good job. "He held Mike Lose to six points in the last half." Lose has 12 at intermission as the Gaels led. 35-30. The Knights trailed 46-34 with 2:21 left in the third quarter when they started whittling away at the Gaels' big lead. Kuemper closed to within 46-40 at the third quarter mark and finally tied the game at 54-all with 4:53 remaining on two free throws by Bob Kelly. Bob Kelly! who led Kuemper with 25 points, then made a layup for a 56-54 lead, the Knights' first lead since early in the second quarter. A three-point play by Bruner gave Kuemper a 59-55 lead with 3:15 left, but St. Edmond sent the game into overtime at 59-all. Nurse was then one of the neroes in overtime as he sank four free throws, including two with 32 seconds left to give Kuemper a 67-63 lead. Sophomore Steve Huebtsch hit a field goal to close to 67-65. but a free throw by Tessmer with eight seconds left and two more by Nurse ended the Gaels' upset hopes as they closed the regular season at 7-11. Besides Bob Kelly's 25. Friedman was the only other Knight in double figures. He finished with 17. Lose led St. Edmond with 18. followed by Merlin Gerdes with 17 and Huebtsch with 11. In the shooting department. Kuemper shot only 33 per cent, while St. Edmond shot 41 per cent. Kuemper won the board battle, 34-28. About tonight's contest with Boone. Chandlee said. "They're big and they're an excellent shooting club." "Their problem has been defense. We'll have our hands full." Box Score: Kuemper: FG FT PF TP Friedman... 5 7-8 3 17 T.Kelly 12-2 44 Tessmer .... 2 4-7 1 8 B.Kelly 9 Nurse 0 Schenkelberg 2 Bruner 2 Totals 21 St. Edmond FG Christians... 1 Dave Flattery 2 Gerdes 8 Lose 5 7-7 4-4 3-5 1-1 28-34 5 1 4 2 20 FT PF 1-2 5 25 4 7 5 70 TP 3 Dan Flattery Lentsch ... Huebtsch.. Totals 0 . 3 . 5 ..24 0-0 2-2 1-1 17-21 0 0 5 8 4 11 23 65 4-5 1-4 8-9 17 18 Scoring by Quarters: Kuemperll 19 10 19 11-70 St. Edmond 14 21 11 .13 6-65 Officials: Dick Tighe and John Zahn of Webster City. Lake View Girls Advance By Don Davis . CHEROKEE — Lake View-Auburn earned a chance to defend its girls' basketball title in Des Moines starting March 9th by beating a surprisingly tough Washington of Cherokee team 62-53 Friday night. "Earned" is an accurate word to describe the Black Hawkettes' win. If not for a second-period flurry, the Lake View-Auburn girls could have 'been spending next week sitting at home watching other teams play on television. Cherokee was playing LV-A a one-point game, 23-22, with 3:17 to play in the second period. Then Sara Wernimont tossed in a pair of baskets and Micki Olberding added three straight as the Black Hawkettes pulled away to a 33-22 halftime lead, The Bravettes rallied late in the game, but couldn't quite catchup. Next stop for the LV-A express: Des Moines. The defending state champs, now rated eighth in the state, face West Burlington March 9th at 8:30 p.m. in the now-familiar Veterans Memo rial Auditorium. . . West Burlington is one of three undefeated teams in this year's tourney (the other.two are Aplington and Manilla). Wernimont's father summed up many Hawkette fans.' feelings of the season thus far when he said, "You have surprised me so far. Just win four more and you'll really surprise me." His comments came at a brief welcoming back ceremony at the LV-A gymnasium after the win. At the beginning of the year few persons gave LV-A a chance of repeating as champions. Earlier this season, the Hawkettes lost to Ida Grove and twice to Manilla. But LV-A Coach Louis (Bud) McCrea says his team is better than last year's champs. • McCrea's girls, 24-3, showed they c'ould keep cool under pressure Saturday when the Bravettes closed ttie score to eight points at the end of the •third period, 42-34, and to seven with less than three minutes left in the game. •/The late Cherokee rally turned on the nearly packed Cherokee gym (capacity 2,200). . The momentum factor was swinging to the Bravettes, but the time factor wasn't. " Lake"View-Auburn took control in the closing minutes due to its slow-down game which forced Cherokee to foul in an attempt to get the ball. Almost everyone agreed that Cherokee played its best game of the season. "They played exceptionally well," McCrea said. However, the Hawkettes "didn't play well" — at least in the forward court, the coach said. But he quickly added, "When we needed the baskets, they went and got them." LV-A, while shooting 58 per cent (26 of 45), missed several easy shots, McCrea complained. Cherokee missed a lot more, hitting 18 of 50 for 36 per cent. The Hawkettes were more balanced than usual, Mctrea said. Olberding led the scoring column with 25, but JoAnn ; Tj ad en sank 20 and Wernimont 17 (including hitting seven of 10 field goal attempts). Wernimont added six assists. Kay Pick led the guard court with nine rebounds and four steals. Three LV-A guards were in foul trouble late in the game. Debbie Cole and Pick each ended with five. Dianne Buse picked up four. Senior Jean Leinbaugh led the Bravettes. as she has all year, scoring 19 points. Ann Pickens and Colleen Frank each tallied 16 for Cherokee, whose record dropped to 17-6. About 770 tickets for LV-A's first-round game in Des Moines go on sale Tuesday, according to LV-A Supt. Charles E. Ferguson. The tickets also will be good for the 7 p.m. Clarinda-West Lyon (Inwood) game. The Black Hawkettes go back to work the same day the tickets go on sale. McCrea said he would give the girls Monday off. 1 The team probably will not leave' for Des Moines until game day, to give the girls a chance to sleep at home the night before the game, the coach said. ; Meanwhile, the LV-A boys' team is on the tourney trail, facing West Harrison of Mondamin Tuesday in Onawa. Box Score: LV-A FG FT PF TP Tjaden 9 2-4 0 20 M. Olberding 10 5-6 0 25 Wernimont.. 73-4 0 17 Cole 00-050 K.Pick 00-050 D. Buse 00-0 5 0 G. Olberding 0 0-0 3 0 Totals 26 10-14 17 62 Cherokee FG FT PF TP Leinbough .. 6 7-8 1 19 Pickens 5 6-6 0 16 Frank 64-4 3 16 Hauck 1 0-1 02 Hester 0 0-0 ' 0 0 Hausmann ..00-0 20 Smith 00-050 Sitzmann.... 00-010 Perrin 0 0-0 4 0 Phipps Q 0-0 00 Totals 18 17-19 16 S3 Scoring by Quarters: LV-A. 16 17 9 20-62 Cherokee.... 10 12 12 19-53 Officials: Arland H. Freiberg. Sergeant Bluff; Kirby Range. Milford, and Dallas J. Poppen, Storm Lake (bench). Linus Gob/irsch , Ever grow a gallon of gasoline? Lots of folks are aking a hard look at that very thing. 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