Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 3, 1976 · Page 12
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 3, 1976
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LV-A Eliminated From District By Don Davis ONAWA - What looked like Lake View-Auburn's 19th win at the end of the third quarter turned into a season-ending loss here Tuesday night. West Harrison of Mondamin stormed back from a 10-point deficit with 6:40 left in the fourth quarter to snare a 60-59 overtime win. The first-round district loss came after the Black Hawks led almost all the way — at two times by 12 points. LV-A went up by two points. 55-53, with : 56 left in the fourth stanza, but Jeff Frank committed a foul, sending the Hawkeyes' Randy Hinkel to the line. He coolly connected on both shots with: 42 left. LV-A Coach Bernie Van Roekel put Jeff Morenz in the lineup as time was running out and instructed the Black Hawks to play for the last shot. That shot came at the buzzer, but the short jumper by Morenz missed the hoop and the game went into overtime with a 55-55 score. West Harrison controlled the overtime three minutes. Hinkel scored a field goal and a free throw and Pat Bohall chipped in a field goal for the victors' scoring. Frank '"connected on a 25-footer midway through the extra period, but the Black Hawks went scoreless until Frank hit a too-late goal with : 06 left. Things just did not go right for LV-A in overtime. The team missed three shots, fouled twice, threw the ball out of bounds once and had the ball stolen once. But the game wasn't really lost in the overtime. It was lost when the Hawkeyes put a zone defense on in the second half and the Black Hawks "couldn't get penetration," Van Roekel said. "We stood around an awful lot." he added. "We didn't go to the boards the third and fourth quarters.". West Harrison totaled 24 rebounds. Lake View-Auburn 20. Frank and Bohall each pulled down 11 rebounds to lead their clubs. Lake View-Auburn, which Time! Herald, Carroll, la, Wednesday, March 3, 1976 12 ended the season at 18-2, played without regular starter. Scott Tjaden, who was out with a baker's cyst on the back of his knee. Frank led all scorers with 25 points. 17 of which came before halftime. Chuck Lamaak added 19. Tom Zahner tallied 17 points for the Hawkeyes. Hinkel and Jeff Barry added 12 each. Both teams shot at a torrid pace much of the first half. LV-A ended with a 66.6 per cent field goal mark after two quarters, while West Harrison shot 50 per cent. Both cooled down in the second half. Final shooting percentages were LV-A 52.1 and West Harrison 47.3. The first period, which ended 16-14. was over within 10 minutes of the game's start. The half was completed within 30 minutes. Neither team led by more than two points for the first 10 and three-fourth minutes of action, when a Frank charity shot made the score 25-22. The Black Hawks enlarged their lead to five points moments later and to seven shortly before halftime. A third-quarter spurt gave LV-A a cushion, but a 16-poinl final quarter by the Hawkeyes tied the score. Box Score: West Harrison FG FT PF TP Hinkel 5 2-2 2 12 Barry 6 0-0 3 12 Alton 41-2 59 Zahner 7 3-4 4 17 Bohall 1 0-2 2 2 Ruffcorn.... 4 0-0 0 0 Totals 27 6-10 16 60 LV-A FG FT PF TP Hammerstrom 1 1-3 23 Lamaak 7 5-6 4 19 Frank .12 1-2 3 25 Wollesen .... 40-1 1. 8 Wicker 1 0-01 2 Morenz 1 0-0 0 2 Totals 26 7-12 11 59 Scoring by Quarters: West Harrison 14 15 10 16 5-60 LV-A 16 19 14 6 4-59 Manilla Whips Manning; Scranton Loses, 61-54 By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Five Manilla players scored in double figures as the Coon Valley co-champions routed Manning, 79-61, at Harlan in a Class A district semi-final Tuesday night. Manilla, now 18-2 on the season, will face Panora-Linden Friday night at 7:30 at Harlan. Leading the way for Bill Miller's winning club was Joel Bueltel with 21 points. Other double figure scorers for Manilla were Erv Pauley with 19. Mark Reiff with 14. freshman Dave Birks with 11 and Al Robertson with 10. "The key in the game was Pauley's play." commented Miller. "He had his best game of the year with 22 rebounds (12 offensive) and seven of 13 from the field." • ; Also. I thought our man-to-man pressure caused them a lot of trouble," continued Miller. "Thev committed 28 turnovers." Manning, which closed to within five points. 45-40, in the third quarter was paced by sophomore Scott Stripling who had 25. Kent Jahn who Giants to Play in Frisco; Spring Training May be Near By The Associated Press The National League has taken the first decisive action of the 1976 major league baseball season — the Giants will stay in San Francisco — but there also are rumors the teams may soon be in spring training. League owners on Thursday approved the sale of the Giants to San Franciscan Robert Lurie and a partner from Phoenix, Ariz., Bud Herseth. NL President Chub Feeney says the Giants will stay in Candlestick. Meanwhile, an impasse that has kept all but one major league team from beginning the spring tuneups entered its third day today, threatening to wipe out the first weekend of exhibition season. .,..., But despite some belligerent and pessimistic language in Miami, where owners and players are negotiating, there were indications a settlement was near. The St. Louis Cardinals rented rooms for their players at the Edgewater Beach Motel in St. Petersburg. Fla.. on Tuesday, and they are to report later in the week. The Pittsburgh Pirates ordered their front office personnel to Florida by Friday. There also were reports that New York Mets General Manager Joe McDonald, who has delayed his arrival at St. Petersburg repeatedly, will arrive at the spring training site Thursday. The Baltimore Orioles also were reported to be planning to open camp as early as ..Thursday, and. the Atlanta Braves are rumored to be planning a Friday opening of preseason warmups. These rumors, and others, have led to suspicion that an announcement is forthcoming from Miami negotiators. The first full weekend of preseason games is scheduled for March 13-14. But a major league rule and the delay of spring training, which was to have opened March 1. has jeopardized those games. The rule says players must undergo 10 days of spring training before they participate in preseason competition. Thus, players would have to be in camp today to play on the 13th, and if they are not in camp by Thursday. Sunday's games also would become illegal. ; Feeney said the poll of the. 11 ,NL clubs conducted by telephone from San Francisco was unanimous in favor of collected 13 and Brett Monson who added 11. Manning, which trailed 43-30 at half, finishes at 12-9. Lose in Overtime Second-rated and unbeaten Central Webster of Burnside sidelined Scranton. 61-54. in overtime at Boone in a district test Tuesday. The Trojans' Kelly Anderson hit an 18-foot approving the sale of the Giants to Herseth and Lurie, who will be the controlling partner. Bob Short, a Minnespolis contractor who had been a partner of Lurie's in the original bid to buy the Giants, was not involved in the sale in its final form. Feeney said. There was no explanation why Short dropped out of the picture. The announcement ended months of speculation whether the financially-troubled Giants would stay in the Bay Area or move to Toronto, where a bid had been made to buy the team. In Miami on Tuesday. Marvin Miller, the players' negotiator, and the owners' chief negotiator, John Gaherin. briefed about 60 players on the status of negotiations. "It's frustration," sad Baltimore Oriole pitjbher;,; Palmer when the meeting broke up after three hours. jumper with one second left to send the game into overtime at 50. but it was then all Central Webster the rest of the way. Dave Carstenson led Burnside with 20 points, followed by Dan Lundberg with 17 and the team's top scorer, Mike Weill, with 16. Kevin Rasumussen and Anderson led Scranton with 19 It's Better Sale Price Good Thru March 13. Carroll Store Only!!! FENCE Lasts up to 50% longer Stop In for FREE COFFEE and COOKIES Sheffield PANEL CORRAL Fence 34" HOG Rugged, versatile, for close, confinement 52" Combination Sheffield Studded "T" Post 5 i/ 2 < Team it up with long-lasting Sheffield A to Z Fence and Barbed Wire Ea. Ea. 6' $169 I Ea. A to Z Fence headquarters BARBED WIRE Lasts up to 50% longer No. 1 121/2 go.; 2 pt. round barbs 80 rod Ea. Plenty of Convenient Parking Carroll, la. Radiant Rd. W. Hwy. 30 and 16 points respectively as the losers close at 17-4. "I thought we couldn't have played any better, especially defensively," Scranton head coach John Dalton said. "That summed up our season," he continued. "We played well defensively all year, but in the overtime our offense made some mistakes." Onken Sets Up — —Slaff Photo Sport Glances Carroll's Dan Onken looks through the arms of Cherokee's Steve Mahnke to set up an offensive pattern. Onken swished in eight points for the Tigers. The Braves took control of the game in the second half and ended the Tigers'season, 73-48. Frosh Gridders Honored Two freshman members of Iowa State's football team have been honored by Football News as freshmen All-Americans. Ray Hardee, a flanker from Mulberry, Fla., was named to the honor squad as a second-team running back while Tom Boskey, a linebacker from Chicago, 111., was a second-team pick as a linebacker. Both earned varsity letters last fall and Hardee was a starter from midseason. Hardee led the team in kickoff returns and was third in receiving while Boskey earned his stripes on the specialty teams. To Be Honored Winter sports teams at' Buena Vista College will be honored on Sunday, 'March 14, at a 1 p.m. banquet in the lower level of Lage Campus Center. Honors will be accorded to the 1975-76 Iowa Conference Champion basketball team as well as the members of the women's basketball, wrestling and swimming teams. Reservations for the dinner must be made Wednesday, March 10, and can be made wtih Dan Ott, director of Alumni Relations. Buena Vista College. Dodgers Trade The Los Angeles Dodgers traded veteran outfielder Willie Crawford to the St. Louis Cardinals for infielder Ted Sizemore, who won Rookie of the Year honors in 1969 while with the Dodgers. Mat Rankings Iowa and Iowa State stayed 1-2 in this week's Amateur Wrestling News' NCAA mat rankings, but the remainder of the top 10 shuffled around because of last week's conference tournaments. Oklahoma State's third-place conference finish in the Big Eight dropped it from third to sixth. Lehigh, the Eastern Coast champion, replaced the Cowboys. Oklahoma, second to Iowa State in the Big Eight; stayed in> fourth, followed by Minnesota, which made the biggest jump in the rankings from 15th to fifth. The rankings looked like this: I. Iowa. 2, Iowa State. 3. Lehigh. 4, Oklahoma. 5. Minnesota. 6, Oklahoma State. 7. Wisconsin. 8, Cal Poly. 9, Penn State. 10. Oregon State. II. Arizona State. 12, Clarion. 13, Oregon. 14. Navy. 15, Michigan. 16, Syracuse. 17, Michigan State. 18, Portland State. 19. Pittsburgh. 20, Slippery Rock. ' Tbtoariwon'tl hold beans I back Cold, wet weather Is enough stress for young soybeans to contend with. They don't need extra stress from your preplant herbicide. Even In cold, wet weather, Tolban Is the preplant herbicide that has excellent crop tolerance. So your beans will come through an early cold, ' Wet spell stronger. • Tolban gives you consistent control of most annual grasses. And some broadleaf weeds. The kind of weed control that helps your beans get off to a strong start. And finish up clean. 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