Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 4, 1976 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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SPORTS LV-A Girls Set for State By Dennis O'Grady (Sporls Editor) LAKE VIEW — Louis "Bud" McCrea, whose club opens defense of their state girls' basketball crown Tuesday night in Des Moines against newcomer, but unbeaten West Burlington, feels his club is playing better than last year's team at this point. "For the last nine games, we're playing better than a year ago," commented the "coaching wizard" of Northwest Iowa who has guided the eighth-ranked Black Hawkettes to a 24-3 mark. "For one thing, our offense is better and our defense doesn't make any turnovers. "We're more solid," the LV-A coach said. In that nine-game span, the Black Hawkettes have hit an amazing 66 per cent from the field to go with their 57 per cent seasonal mark. Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Thuriday, March 4, 1976 Louis "Bud" McCrea Sophomore forward JoAnn Tjaden is the leader with a 63.8 per cent mark in averaging 23.5 points per game. Four-year veteran Micki Olberding is close behind, averaging 21.7 points and 60 per cent from the field and 5-9 freshman Sara Wernimont hasn't hurt things with a 14,6 scoring mark and a 58 per cent accuracy from the field. "Since the first part of February, our offense has come on strong," continued McCrea whose club is working on a 14-game winning streak. But as was the case last year, defense is still No. 1 at a school that has made three trips to the state tournament in the past four years. "Our defense has carried us all year. Not only in the guard court, but also in the forward end," the LV-A boss said. Heading into the tournament, LV-A ranks second in the state defensively with a sparkling 38.6 mark. The guard court is led by all-stater Kay Pick who has outstanding statistics of 205 rebounds, 130 steals and 78 blocked shots. Helping her out are sophomore Gloria Olberding who has started the last eight games in her new position an.d senior Diane Buse and junior Debbie Cole. Being the champions doesn't seem to bother McCrea and his team either! "Our kids don't think about being No. 1. I think they did until losing this year," continued McCrea. "The pressure is off these girls. They feel they're an entirely, different club than a year ago and we're going down to Des Moines to do the best job we can." Cyclones Post 62-57 Upset Victory AMES, Iowa (AP) — "It's nice to finish at home with a win."' That's what Iowa State co- coach Gus Guydon said Wednesday after his Cyclones posted a 62-57 upset victory over Oklahoma in a Big Eight Conference basketball game Wednesday. The victory snapped a seven-game losing streak for Iowa State, but it won't salvage a 3-23 over all record — the Cyclones' worst ever. Oklahoma, fresh from an Cliff Abbott West of Hwy. 71 Carroll 792-2014 4x4 Swine Wormer Ready To Feed When Delivered Walt Hagen Ea<t of Hwy. 71 Jefferson 515-386-2754 No longer need you mix ATGARD Swine Wormer into your feed juit before worming. 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One girl is from, Lake View and that's Tjaden and another gal, Buse. lives halfway between the two communities. Looking at the tournament, McCrea rates Manilla as the team t,o beat. "They haye experience and they play tough defense. They really come out after you." McCrea didn't give any prediction about his club, but Mike Henderson, publicity director of the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union, sees a Manilla-Lake View-Auburn title game. He just might be right. Tourney Notes: The Lake View-Auburn squad will leave Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. for Des Moines and will headquarter at the Hotel Fort Des Moines. According to McCrea, he didn't know of .any send-off celebration. As far as tickets remaining for the opening game, McCrea said there are approximately 100 left. BULLETIN Postponed The Kuemper-Fort Dodge Class 3A district basketball- tournament game scheduled for tonight at Fort Dodge has been reset for Friday night. The change was due to the bad weather. Game time will be 7:30 p.m. Out! By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Picks Manilla Mike Henderson, publicity director of the Iowa High School Girls' Athletic Union, picks Manilla as the favorite to win next week's state basketball tournament in Des Moines. "I'm going with them because of their experience," Henderson said Wednesday in a telephone interview. Henderson added, "Manilla's team quickness also is a factor plus they have several girls who will be giving their last shots in athletics." With Hampton being knocked out, the team that was rated No. 1 all year, Henderson picks defending state champion Lake View-Auburn to finish second. Press Coverage Henderson said press coverage is up a little from last year and he added that he "is expecting the usual late calls for passes." Sold Out The girls' publications man said Friday and Saturday sessions are completely sold out and that there is a chance for a sellout Thursday. New Teams There are five new teams in this year's "Sweet 16." They are Fort Dodge, Clarinda, Ackley-Geneva, Belmond and Lake View-Auburn's first round opponent, West Burlington. Cover Girl Cindy Sea, a 17-year-old senior from North High School in Sioux City is the 1976 Girls' State Basketball Cover Girl. Besides appearing on the cover of the Official Program she serves as a press hostess and attends all.of the major State Tournament events. Miss Sea is a super blend of scholar and athlete, graduating this spring with a 3.4 grade point average with plans to become a college physical education major. Turning to Boys Kuemper collides with Fort Dodge at Fort Dodge and West Des Moines faces Des Moines Roosevelt in district championship games tonight. The two winners will meet in sub-state Saturday night at West Des Moines Valley for a Class 3A state tournament berth. 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 Open Defense of Title — -Staff Photo Lake View-Auburn opens defense of their girls' state basketball crown Tuesday night in Des Moines when they take on unbeaten West Burlington at 8:30 p.m. Squad members front row from left. Gloria Olberding, Diane Buse, Kay Pick, JoAnn Tjaden and Micki Olberding. Middle row from left, Carol Kroeger, Julie Rohde, Diane Pick,.Debbie Cole and Lori Schoneboom. Back row from left, assistant coach Garold Thomas, Sherry Fredrichs, Kay Quinn, Becky Buse and head coach Louis "Bud" McCrea. Missing from picture is starter Sara Wernimont. Championship Trophy — ^•Staff Pholo Six of Lake View-Auburn girls' basketball team display 1975 state championship trophy. The Black Hawkettes hope to add another one in the tournament which begins next week in Des Moines. From left, starters Micki Olberding, all-stater Kay Pick, Diane Buse. JoAnn Tjaden, Gloria Olberding and Debbie Cole, a top reserve. Wants to Bury a 1976 CaV for the Bicentennial CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa' iAP) — A former Cedar Rapids mayor wants to bury a car as part of a time capsule to celebrate America's bicentennial. "Not a Volkswagen, a Pacer or a Gremlin, and not a Cadillac, but something in between, like a Chevrolet or a Ford — depending on which car dealer would donate a car for burial." said Robert Johnson. Johnson, project director for the Mid-American Bicentennial Commission, said the commission has discussed burying a traditional time capsule in Greene Square, a downtown bark about a block in size. "Today we laugh at the horse and buggy." In 50 years "we may be wearing bottles on our backs and go squirting through the air." he said. 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