Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 8, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Kuemper Gains State Tourney Berth, 48-43 By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) WEST DES MOINES Kuemper has made it back to the "Big Show" after a six-year absence. The Knights gained their third state tournament appearance and first since 1971 with a noisy, tension-packed 48-43 Class 3A sub-state victory over West Des Moines Dowling here Saturday night before an estimated 4,500 spectators, including about 1,800 Knight fans. Kuemper, which will send a 17-2 mark to the state eight-school field and a 12-game winning streak, secured the defensive win with 30 seconds remaining when all-state candidate Rick Friedman calmly sank two free throws for a 47-43 lead. The mh-ranked Knights added sweetness with just two seconds left when another possible all-stater, Bob Kelly, sank a charity toss. The Knights, who trailed Wayne Chandlee 21-20 at halftime, jumped out to a 36-29 lead heading into the final eight minutes. 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Kuemper went ahead 45-41 Times Herald, Carroll, la. * Monday, March 8, 1976 O on a key bucket by Bob Kelly after a Nurse steal and two clutch free throws by Tom Kelly with 50 seconds left. Dowling's high-scoring guard, Tim Lee. made it 45-43 with 41 seconds left, but that was it for Dennis Brand's team which bows out at 16-5. "Dowling has a good club, but we were five of-six points better," remarked Chandlee afterwards as he was now worrying about.his wife who is expecting a baby. ''We played a great defensive game," continued Chandlee who has guided the Knights to an excellent 33-6 mark in two years. "Bob (Kelly) did a great job on Lee, but'he also had help," the Knight boss went on. "Ken (Nurse) did a great job. His .man only scored two points. He played one of his best games'." "Rick (Friedman) came back in the second half and sparked us," Chandlee continued. "And Tom Kelly and Tessmer (Kevin) did a great job on their big men. It was just a fantastic team effort," Chandlee concluded. Lee, who collected 40 points Looking Up — Things are looking up for the Kuemper Knights today after they gained a Class 3A state tournament berth next weekend in Des Moines. The Knights held off West Des Moines Dowling. 48-43, Saturday night for -Staff Photo their first state appearance since 1971. Looking on from left, Kuemper's Bob Kelly, Dowling's Tim Lee, Kuemper's Kevin Tessmer and Ken Nurse and Dowling's Jim Swift. 4 No. 4 North Carolina Upset; Going West Instead of East By The Associated Press The North Carolina Tar Heels hadn't planned on it, but they're going west for the NCAA playoffs. This little trip was arranged at the last second by the Virginia Cavaliers. Surprising Virginia pulled off one of the biggest upsets of this year's college basketball season Saturday night, whipping the fourth-ranked Tar Heels 67-62 in the finals of the Atlantic Coast Conference playoffs. North Carolina will be forced to travel to Dayton, Ohio, for the NCAA's Mideast Regionals next Saturday instead of playing in the more familiar surroundings of Charlotte, N.C., site of the East playoffs. North Carolina will face a tougher draw because of it, too. Virginia's startling victory gave the Cavaliers a first-round game against DePaul. North Carolina's loss means a firstround NCAA date with the winner of the Southeastern Conference and puts three of the nation's' top four teams in the same regional — top-ranked Indiana, second-ranked Mar- quette and the fourth-ranked Tar Heels. The' SEC race will be decided Monday night when Alabama faces Vanderbilt in the season finale. The Crimson Tide must, beat the Commodores for the championship, otherwise a coin flip will decide North Carolina's eventual opponent. The SEC race was thrown into a turmoil due to Saturday's results, which produced a 90-85 upset for Kentucky over Alabama and Tennessee's 86-70 romp over Georgia. in the district final win over rival Roosevelt, led all scorers with 18 points. Teammate Morris added 13. Kuemper showed the balance to victory as Friedman tallied 12 points, all coming in the second half. Other Knights scoring in double figures were Bob Kelly with 11 and Tom Kelly and Tessmer with 10 each. For the game, Kuemper shot 46 per cent from the field, including a blistering 73 per cent in the third quarter (8 of 11). Dowling shot a cold 38 per cent. Kuemper also won the board battle, 31 to 23, over the taller Hysteria is Here DES MOINES, Iowa < AP) — Iowa is going through that annual phenomenon again, and don't snicker. Folks get pretty serious about this thing. It's the 57th annual hysteria — the Iowa girls' high school basketball tournament. Among the 90,000 fans will be such luminaries as former football Coach Ara Parseghian and composer Meredith Wilson. Five days of whooping and crying — mandatory whether you win or lose — starts Tuesday in Veterans Memorial Auditorium. The last four sessions were sold out Jan. 26, long before anybody even knew which 16 teams would compete. But the tourney won't end those countless debates as to which is really the best of the 493 teams that started the season. There should be room for argument at least into the summer. Parseghian will film two days of action for his new "Ara's World of Sport" television show. Willson, of "Music Man" fame, will direct an all-state band as part of the colorful between-games entertainment. But Uncle Joe Leader's 101 years will probably stop him from arriving from Atlantic, Iowa. Leader, good fan that he is, turned up missing at a nursing home a few years back. He'd hopped a bus for the tournament. "I got interested when my oldest daughter played and they wore bloomers," said Uncle Joe. "Once you get bit by the girls" basketball bug, you're hooked." At one tournament, tickets for the championship round, as usual, were sold but. The 1.000 members of Local 89. United Packing House Workers of America, AFL-CIO, couldn't attend and held a special meeting to protest plans not to televise the game. Maroons as Friedman and Bob Kelly each grabbed 10. Kuemper must now wait until tonight to find out who they will play in the first round of the state tournament which starts March 16th. The most likely opponent is Mississippi Valley Conference • champion, Washington of Cedar Rapids. Box Score: Kuemper FG FT PF TP Friedman... 5 2-2 4 12 T. Kelly 3 4-4 2 10 Tessmer .... 5 0-0 1 10 B.Kelly 5 1-2 1 11 Nurse 1 1-2 1 3 Schenkelberg 10-0 32 Brune'r..'.... 0 ' 0-0 20 Totals. 20 8-10 14 48 Dowling FG FT PF TP Suess........ 3 0-0 3 6 Swift... 20-0 24 Morris 5 3-3 2 13 Cfivartf .Y.V. 00-0 00 I^e 9 0-1 4 18 SchwatfzV... 0 '2-2. 32 Goodrich .'• ..00-0 0 0 Totals 19 5-6 14 43 Scoring by Quarters: Kuemper.... 8 12 16 12-48 Dowling,...: 4 17 8 14-43 Officials: Ell Fredin of Gilmore: City and Eugene "Dutch" Leonard of Humboldt: Big Hook — ^-Slaff Photo Kuemper's Kevin Tessmer tries hook shot against Fort Dodge's Sam Mosley (45) and Craig Knutson (55). Tessmer scored 10 points as the Knights claimed district crown for second consecutive year over the Dodgers 63-51, Friday night in Fort Dodge. ' MOMTHLy INCOME insured trust . Current Return... 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FFA conventions used to be. almost mediocre affairs with dwindling attendance and speakers not in demand elsewhere. Old attendance records fell like rain in a hurricane when more than 20,000 of the Future Farmers checked in for the November convention. They came from gll fifty states with visiting students from Europe and South America. Speaking before the sea of blue- jacketed farmers were Vice-. President Nelson Rockefeller, former Texas Governor and Secretary of the Treasury, John Connally and former Georgia Governor and FFA member, Jimmy Carter. One of the highlights was the planning for this year's national convention. Early indications point to another record setter. fgTTj POttfiRLEQUIPMENT »•"•• AM*S T*Tl Q3Q4 • CARROLL Otf^-. Friday night, but when the state-bound Knights got rolling they ran away from Fort Dodge, 63-51, to capture the Class 3A district championship for the second consecutive year. The Dodgers, who close at 7-13, jumped out to a 17-6 lead and Kuemper looked in trouble. Knight Head Man Wayne Chandlee then inserted 6-5 sophomore Tom Schenkelberg into the game and he scored three'baskets late in the opening quarter to close the gap to 17-12. Kuemper then took command in the second quarter as they got their first lead at 27-26 with 4:08 remaining on a rebound shot by Kevin Tessmer. In the second period, the Knights outscored the Dodgers, 28 to 11. to take a commanding 40-28 lead. While Schenkelberg was the sparkplug in the first quarter, senior guard Bob Kelly got the Knights rolling in the second as he scored 12 of his game-high 23 points, including a four-point play with just two seconds left in the half. The Knights built their lead up to as many as 19 points, 47-28, with three minutes gone in the third quarter before Fort Dodge rallied to within 11 J^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^**^^^^^^^ { Irwin Wins Citrus points at 53-42. Kuemper then pulled away again. Besides Bob Kelly with 23, Schenkelberg added 12 and Tessmer 10. Rick Friedman;, the team's ,top scorer, : managed only six as he spent, much of the first half on the bench because of three fouls., Tom Nelson! a 6-6 junior center, was the. Dodgers' only man in double figures. He; finished with 22. In the shooting department, Kuemper shot 53 per cent to Fort Dodge's 34 per centi, ; Box Score: Kuemper FG FT PF TP Friedman... 3 0-0 4 6 T.Kelly 4 0-04 8 Tessmer 42-4 2 10 B.Kelly 8 7-7 3 23 Nurse 1 2-2 14 Schenkelberg 6 0-1 4 12 Bruner..;... 0 0-1 0 0 .Roetker 00-1 00 Kruse....... 00-1 00 .•'Meshek'. 00-1 00 Staley... — 0 0-0 0 0 Potthoff.'.,'.-. 00-0 00 Thies ....... 0 0-0 0 0 Riddle ...... 00-0 o 0 Totals ..26 11-18 19 63 Fort Dodge FG FT PF TP Nelson ...... 6 10-14 5 22 'Knutson...'.. 1 2'2 4 4 Siekmann Y. .32-2 1 8 Warren 3.2-2 5 8 Browp ...... 3 1-3 4 7 Johnson;.... 0 ..0-0 l o ' Mains 10-0 12 Totals 17 17-23 21 51 Scoring by Quarters: Kuemper.... 12 28 15 8-63 Fort Dodge. .1.7 11 'l6 7-51 BULLETIN ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Hale Irwin scored a routine par on the fourth extra hole Monday—the sixth hole of the delayed, controversial, two-day sudden death playoff—and def e a t e d bitterly-disappointed Kermit Zarjey for the title and the $49,000 first prize in the Citrus Open Golf Tournament. ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)-"I don't want to knock television," Hale Irwin said, "because golf certainly wouldn't be where it is without TV. But..." And Irwin, rapidly becoming one of the tour's brightest stars, continued with a blast at the networks, pro golf's accomodation of television's wishes .on starting and finishing times and the i schedule that had him and Kermit Zarley interrupted and delayed a day in their sudden-death playoff for the title and the $40,000 first prize in the Citrus Open Golf Tournament. "Somebody blundered," the irate Irwin said in a flat, carefully-controlled voice when darkness halted the playoff Sunday after two inconclusive holes. The playoff was scheduled to be completed Monday morning at 9:30 a.m.. EST. , THE ARMY RESERVE- PART OF WHAT YOU EARN IS PRIDE. You may join the Army Reserve to learn a skill, or to earn a good second income. But you could ' come away with something a lot more important. It's not something you can put in the bank. You pay for it with your sweat.'your spirit, your mind, and your lime. It's called pride. CALL712-792-1795 or TOLL FREE r-800-362-2370 t &!^"

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