Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 2, 1976 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1976
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Tigers Romp; Cherokee Tonight By Myron Williams AUDUBON — For the second game in a row the Carroll Tigers have rolled over their opponents, this time recording a 69-53 victory over Audubon here Monday night in first round Class AA district play. The Tigers led at the end of the first quarter, 16-8. The Wheelers drew within six points early in the second period and closed within seven points late in the third quarter. Carroll has won all three games they've played against Audubon this season. The Tigers whipped Prairie of Cowrie, 85-61, Friday night to end regular season play. "Our fast break looks good. The kids are playing as a unit." Tiger Coach Denny Lokken commented. "Defensively we played ' well, but we lost our intensity in the third quarter letting them outscore us by four points."Lokken said. The Tiger coach said Dirk Lloyd "is really coming as a player." Lloyd led all scorers, firing in 23 points. Dean Olerich and Todd Pettitt were praised by Lokken for having good Boys'District (Class 2A Tonight) AtDenison: Carroll vs. Cherpkee, 7:30p.m. (Class A Tonight) At Fort Dodge: Manson vs. St. Bernard Breda, 7:30 p.m. AtHarlan: Manning vs. Manilla, 7:30 p.m. AtOnawa: ' Lake View-Auburn vs. West Harrison of Mondamin, 7:30p.m. AtBoone: Scranton vs. Central Webster of Burnside, 8:30 p.m. (Class 3A Thursday) At Fort Dodge: Kuemper vs. Fort Dodge, 7:30 p.m. (Class 3A Results Monday) AtBoone: Kuemper 70, Boone 62 (Class 2A Results Monday) At Audubon: Carroll 69, Audubon 53 PRE-SEASON SALE Long Range Forecast... HOT - DRY SUMMER!! Let DREES CO. Install n€in CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONG TODAY! At PRE-SEASON SALE PRICES! SAVE '150°° Off Regular Low Price During This Sale. Ends Sat., Apr. 3 Add-on mana remote condenser and cooling coils to your present forced air furnace! One low price includes all this: • HEAVY DUTY, PRE-CHARGED CONDENSER! Featuring Amana built coils with "rippled fins" for optimum heat transfer. Powerpact compressor, pre-wired control panel, 4-way rust protection. • MATCHING INDOOR EVAPORATOR COILS! Coils feature quick-connect fittings and are factory processed, sealed and charged, thereby eliminating costly evacuation or charging time. • INSULATED PRE-CHARGED TUBING! For quick-connecting to evaporating coils. • CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE! We'll make a complete home-cooling analysis in your home at your convenience, Call today for an appointment. HEATING PLUMBING AIR COND. DREES GO 792-2863 HOME APPLIANCE _ '• CENTER Carroll Iowa games. Olerich grabbed 13 rebounds and Pettitt who' "played a heck of a floor game" had eight assists and three steals. Brad Ed\vards and Pettitt were the only other Tigers in double figures besides Lloyd. Both swished in 14 points. The biggest lead Carroll held on the Wheelers was 18 points on Cliff Stroh's only bucket with 29 seconds left to play. Lokken pulled out all of the regulars with a 15-point lead and a little over three and one-half minutes left in the game. Carroll, now 11-8, faces TimM Herald, Carroll, la. v Tuciday, March 2, 1976 / Cherokee. 14-2. tonight in Denison in district semi-final action. "We're .going to have to continue to get the scoring out of our guards. Pettitt, Lloyd and Edwards and play our best game to beat Cherokee. But. I feel we can beat them," Lokken stated. "The one to watch for Cherokee is Dean Schnoes. He's six foot, five inches and is an outstanding player." the Tiger head man added. The Wheelers were led by Dirk Christiansen, Brad Christiansen and Curt Lindholm, all tallying 10 points. Audubon closes at 4-15 for the season. Box Score: Carroll FG FT PF TP Lloyd 9 5-5 0 23 Onken 22-2 26 Hutcheson ..00-0 20 Pettitt 6 2-3 3 14 Edwards.... 6 2-2 1 14 Tenold 00-1 10 Olerich 20-0 24 Petersen.... 2 0-0 2 4 Sunderman .00-0 10 Riesselman . 10-0 02 Stroh 10-0 02 Totals 29 11-12 14 69 Audubon FG FT PF TP D. Christiansen 2-2 2-2 0-0 4-5 Obermeier .. 2 Smith 1 Lindholm ... 3 4-5 0 10 B. Christiansen 5 0-0 5 10 Klever 1 2-2 1 4 Hartley...... 02-2 02 Jensen 0 0-1 0 0 Petersen.... 1 2-2 0 4 Olsen 1 3-4 0 5 Totals 18 17-20 12 53 Scoring by Quarters: Carroll 16 14 14 25-69 Audubon .... 8 10 18 17-53 Kuemper 12th in Poll; Ames No. 1 HOME OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE By The Associated Press Ames continued to hold its No. 1 ranking in the final boys' high school basketball poll of the season. The Little Cyclones (18-0) were rated first in the initial Associated Press poll last Dec. 8 and were never moved from that spot. / Class AAA Ames, as it has done each week this year, again this week received all 16 first-place votes from sports writers and sportscasters. The ballotting followed Ames' crushing of previously fourth-rated Mason City (15-31.84-63, last weekend. The loss dropped Mason City to sixth, while Waverly-Shell Rock (17-1) and Des Moines Lincoln (15-3) jumped into third and fourth places, respectively. Powerful Class AA Pella (18-0) remained in second, getting all but one of the second-place .votes after • Preps (Continued From Page 6) state runnerup, opened impressively. The Little Cyclones rushed to a a 21-10 lead and led 59-22 after holding Ankeny to four points in the third quarter. Joe Morton added 13 for Ames, which meets either ' Webster City or Des Moines East in the district finals. Brian Burns and Scott Hartman each had 11 points for Ankeny, 6-13. •: ''Other rated AAA-teams advancing were'No. 12 Carroll Kuemper and No. 17 Waterloo East. Carroll Kuemper, 15-2, dumped Boone 70-62 as Rick Friedman scored 19 arid three teammates hit in double figures, while Waterloo East ripped city rival West 75-49 with Randy Johnson hitting 18 points. Jay Bender tossed in 32 points as Pella, the highest rated Class AA team, rolled easily, running its record to 19-0. Dave VandePol had 31 for the losers. DeWitt Central, one of the stronger teams in'eastern Iowa, was a 43-41 upset victim of Camanche. Mark Metzger's 12 points led the Indians, now 12-8. DeWitt finished 13-6. . Conrad BCL, one of the state's six unbeatens starting Class A district play, fell 49-47 to Grundy Center, last year's state runnerup. Junior guard Tim Clark led Grundy Center. 19-2, with' 17 points. Brad Smith had 13 for Conrad BCL, which finished 20-1. . Impressive Class AAA winners were Bettendorf, Dubuque, Fort Dodge, Dubuque Hempstead and Oskaloosa. Bettendorf, rated earlier in the season, slammed Davenport Assumption 89-46 as Joe Grahan hit 22 points. The Bulldogs moved their 15-4. Dubuque, 13-6, toppled Clinton 68-53 as Jeff Wilson got 18 points, while cross-town rival Hempstead, 11-8, knocked off Epworth Western Dubuque 6841 as Thad Struab scored 20 points. Fort Dodge, 7-12, scored an 81r78 upset of.Harlan as-Torn*' Nelson scored 25 points.' Rick Brown had 27 for Harlan, which finished 11-8. Carroll Kuemper is next up for Fort Dodge. . District play continues in all three classes Tuesday night. Substate games are slated next week. CDA POSTPONED The meeting of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, scheduled for March 2 at the KC hall, has been postponed to next Tuesday, March 9. The change was announced Tuesday morning by Mrs. Leonard Madigan, regent. stopping Ottumwa, 69-62. THE AP PREP TOP TEN First-place votes and records in parentheses. Points awarded on a 12-11-10-9-8-7 etc. basis. Accumulated poll points for The Top Ten teams at right: I.Ames (161 (18-0) 192 2. Pella (18-0) 175 -3. Sioux City North (16-2) 144 4. Waverly-Shell Rock (17-11 138 5. Des Moines Lincoln (15-3) 120 6. Mason City (15-3)95 7. Cedar Rapids Washington (14-3)91 8. Marshalltownl 13-5172 9. Humboldt(16-l)48 10. Altai 17-0133 The Second Ten 11. Des Moines Hoover (13-5). 12. Carroll Kuemper (14-2). 13. Sumner (17-0). 14. Storm Lake (13-2). 15. Cherokee (14-2). 16. Andrew (19-2). 17. Waterloo East (11-7). 18. Forest City (15-3). 19. Maquoketa (15-3). 20. Conrad BCL (20-0). Others Receiving Votes Urbandale (16-2). Waterloo East (11-7). Bettendorf (14-4). Waterloo Columbus (13-5). West Des Moines Dowling (14-4). Ottumwa (11-7). DCS Moines Roosevelt (12-6). Clarinda (12-5). Olerich Drives — Carroll's Dean Olerich drives for the basket for two of his four points against Audubon Monday night. Olerich grabbed 13 rebounds in the game which the Tigers won. 69-53. Carroll meets Cherokee at Denison tonight in a 7:30 p.m. district semi-final. JJLJLL I swirled into this store in my usual quiet fashion, you see, and informed the salesperson (an adorable creature) that I wanted something unusual, out of the ordinary, to fit my,personality. I expected the usual run-of-the-mill stuff and the usual positively astronomical price tags. What I found was the exact opposite — heavenly carpet and down-to-earth prices. Why, I couldn't believe my false eyelashes. My dear ./. . there were scads of rolls of carpet in the most exquisite styles — plush, shag, splush, level loop, multi-loop, cut and loop, random sheared, tip- sheared — you couldn't believe it, it was just too much. Really darling, this is one of the most beautiful stores I've ever seen. 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