Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 2, 1976 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1976
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SPORTS Knights Rally; Fort Dodge Next By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) BOONE — For the second time in three nights the Kuemper basketball team had to rally to victory. The Knights battled from a six-point deficit midway through the third quarter to beat Boone, 70-62, here Monday night in a first round Class 3A district tournament test. Kuemper, now 15-2 on the season and 12th-rated in the state by this week's Associated Press poll, will tangle with Fort Dodge for the district crown at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Fort Dodge. Fort Dodge advanced to the finals with an 81-78 escape past Harlan. In the other district at Des Moines. Des Moines Roosevelt got by Urbandale. 54-50, and will meet tonight's West Des Moines Dowling-Valley winner for that district title. "We came back tough again. The kids played hard down the stretch,'' commented Kuemper Head Coach Wayne Chandlee afterwards. "Boone was a big. physical team and it's those types of teams that give us trouble unless we go after them early." continued Chandlee. "We'll have to play better to beat Fort Dodge," added the Knight boss whose team got by the Dodgers. 65-63, in Carroll earlier in the season. "We'll have to play better on the boards." As was the case in Friday's 70-65 overtime triumph over St. Edmond in Fort Dodge, it was another team effort against the tall Toreadors who close at 5-14. Rick Friedman, Tom and Bob Kelly and reserve Tom Schenkelberg came up with some clutch points in the final eight minutes as the Knights broke away from a 50-50 tie after three periods. The Knights, who trailed most of the game, finally got over the hump.with 4:28 remaining as Bob Kelly nailed a 15-foot jumper for a 60-58 Knight lead. Two baskets by 6-7 Jeff Russell and two by Schenkelberg and one by Friedman made it 64-60 with 2:21 left. Then the key points of the game came as Schenkelberg hit on the first of a one-and-one free throw situation with 1:47 Times Herald, Carroll, la. r Tuesday, March 2, 1976 O left to make it 65-60 Kuemper. His second free throw was no good, but out of nowhere came Friedman who tipped in the rebound for a 67-60 lead. Kuemper expanded their lead to 70-60 with just 44 seconds left on free throws by the Kelly brothers. Boone. which led by as 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 many as ei'ght points in the first half, took a 36-32 lead into intermission as they shot 61 per cent from the Held and had badly out-rebounded Kuemper. But according to Chandlee, the Knights got on the boards in the last half and it paid off. ''We got a few more offensive rebounds in the second half," Chandlee said. "It made a difference." "Friedman and Bob Kelly had good games," Chandlee said. "Also, Schenkelberg did a good job, especially in the fourth quarter.' "Also, Tom Kelly played well," continued the Kuemper head man. "He played well in the fourth quarter and got some key free throws and rebounds." Friedman led the Knights with 19 points, followed by Bob Kelly with 17, Tom Kelly with 13 and Schenkelberg with 11. Russell led Boone with 23,15 of those coming in the first half. Teammate Kelcy Pearson added 14. For the game, Kuemper shot 49 per cent (27 of 55). while Boone hit 52 per cent, 22 of 42. Boone won the board battle, 28-20. Friedman led Kuemper with eight. Fort Dodge Wins Fort Dodge, now 7-12. broke away from a 35-34 halftime lead and built-up a 66-48 third quarter edge before Harlan battled back. Tom Nelson and Dan Siekmann led Fort Dodge with 25 and 21 points respectively and Randy- Brown and Craig Knutson chipped in with 12 and 10 respectively. Harlan. which closes at 11-8. got 27 points from Rick Brown and 17 from Tom Leinen. Box Score: Kuemper FG FT PF 9 Friedman T. Kelly Tessmer — B. Kelly Nurse Schenkelberg 1-4 9-10 0-0 3-6 0-1 3-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 16-27 TP 19 13 6 17 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 11 2 0 0. 0 0 0 n o 70 Bruner.. Meshek . Roetker. Potthoff. Thies ... Staley... Kruse 0 Riddle 0 Totals 27 Boone FG Russell 8 Mallas 1 Pearson 4 Kluckman... 3 Byrial 1 Golding 4 Holbrook — 1 Simmons —• 0 Totals.......22 Scoring by Quarters: Kuemper.... 12 20 18 20-70 Boone 16 20 14 12-62 Officials: Jim Yunek of Lake City and Bud Demitroff of Lehigh. FT ' PF TP 7-8 3-3 6-9 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 18-25 4 23 5 5 5 14 2 6 2 2 0 8 2 4 0 0 24 62 Loose Ball — -Staff Photo The Knights' Tom Kelly (left) and Boone's Pat Kluckman battled for loose ball in Monday night's district game. Kelly scored 13 points as Kuemper won fifteenth game in 17 starts, 70-62. Unbeaten Ames and Pella Roll as Other Rated Teams Falter By The Associated Press The first night of Iowa boys high school district took a toll of rated teams. Fifth-rated Des Moines Lincoln, last year's state Class AAA champion, went to the sidelines on the first night of big school play, falling to No. Sport Glances Tight Guarding — - c taff Photo Holy Spirit Tourney St. Edmond of Fort Dodge dumped St. Lawrence of Carroll, 42-25, to win the Holy Spirit Girls' Invitational bas- Kuemper junior guard Ken Nurse has unidentified Boone player tightly-guarded during Monday night's opening round Class 3A district garn^ ,at.Boone. The Knights ketball tournament over the outscored the Toreadors,' 20 to \2. in the final period to weekend." !'"'V, advance with 70-62 victory. Kuemper will meet Fort Consolation honors went to Dodge at Fort Dodge Thursday night in final! host Holy Spirit as they got by Your Choice Bedroom Sale STYLES TO FIT EVERYONE'S NEEDS SAVINGS up to 40% These are not special purchases hut from our Quality Line ot Bedroom Furniture 69.95 to 149.95 Values OCCASIONAL TABLES Famout Brand Olddt & Endi, 1- of-a-kindt, Cath & Carry. Values to 399.00 1-OF-A-KIND SOFAS Traditional • Modern • Colon-1 lal [ '166t.'199 479.95 Value TRADITIONAL SOFA, LOVESEAT and CHAIR | Rust H.rculon Plaid. 3 PCS. om- •339< SPECIAt OAK ROLL TOP DESK Authentically Styled •99 99.95 Value CANE BACK ACCENT CHAIRS Vtivtt S*at Cuihiom St. Mary's of Storm Lake, 40-39, in overtime to finish the year at 7-6. Holy Spirit Coach Pat Shearon said that he "was real pleased, with the result" and wanted to thank all persons who participated and worked in the tournament. According to Shearon, three trophies were awarded — first, second and third place. Onken Finishes Former Carroll High School basketball standout. Dean Onken, shot 52 per cent from the field and averaged 9.8 rebounds a game this past season for Boone Junior College. Boone compiled a 4-6 Western Conference mark and was 11-14 overall. Qualifies Jack Nicklaus' victory Monday in the Tournament Players Championship at Lauderhill, Fla., qualified him for the $300,000 World Series of Golf at Firestone Country Club next September. A Firestone spokesman said Nicklaus was the fourth player so far to qualify. ' 11 Des Moines Hoover 58-54. Lowly Iowa City scored a big upset and twice-beaten Urbandale also fell by the wayside. In Class AA, DeWitt Central • was a first-night district' victim and the Class A ranks lost an unbeaten, No. 20 Conrad BCL. Heavy fog and rain forced postponement of eight district games. They were rescheduled for Tuesday night. Top-ranked Ames and No. 2 Pella led a parade of rated teams that did not falter as district play began in all three classes to decide the 24 qualifiers for the state meet Mar. 16-20 in Des Moines. . . Unbeaten Ames pushed its' record to 19-0 by ripping Ankeny 72-46 in an AAA game, while high-scoring Pella breezed by city rival Pella Christian 92-63. Jay Imhoff sank seven free throws in the final 36 seconds to halt a desperate Lincoln rally as Hoover scored a big upset. Lincoln, the Des Moines Metropolitan Conference champion, finished 15-4. It was th,e second upset of Lincoln this season by Hoover, which finished third in the state meet in 1974. Lincoln had trailed by 15 points early in the second half but behind all-stater Chris Kern took a 52-51 lead with two minutes, 25 second to play. ^ .Six straight free throws by Imhoff let the Huskies take control and win their 10th straight game. Kern led all scorers with 27 points and Imhoff finished with 21. Iowa City, which had not won a conference game until the season's final regular season outing, stunned city rival West 48-45 ss Dan Cummins scored 14 points. West bowed out 12-7, while Iowa City is 7-12. Reserve Mike Barley converted four free throws in the final minute to give Des Moines Roosevelt a 54-50 victory over Urbandale, which was rated earlier in the season. Urbandale, 16-3, trailed by 11 at halftime but came back to knot the score at 50-all befpre Barley hit four straight from the free throw line — his only points of the game. Roosevelt advances with a 13-6 mark. 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