Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 10, 1976 · Page 14
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C. R. Washington Looks Strong ^^^•^^^ ' . .. 1 .«•'! • t it _ ft DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Defending champion Lake View-Auburn didn't have the scoring punch, but it lived up to its reputation as the state's best defensive team in the tightest battle of the four opening round games at the 57th annual Iowa Girls' High School Basketball Tournament. The first round was to be completed with four more games Wednesday in Veterans Memorial Auditorium. In Tuesday's action. No. 10 Auburn (25-3) came from behind on the pressure shooting of the Olberding sisters, Micki and Gloria, to stop No. 4 West Burlington, 44-41, handing the Falconettes their first defeat in 27 outings. That left only two undefeated teams in the annual classic, and both were in the closing first-round games Wednesday night. Tournament veteran and No. 2 Manilla (27-0) faces unranked Fort Dodge (23-3), which is making its first Sweet Sixteen appearance, and No. 3 Aplington (26-0) takes on perennial toughie and sixth-rated Mediapolis(26-l). Wednesday afternoon .clashes are between unrateds Andrew (25-2) and Adel-DeSoto (24-2) and between No. 13 Farragut (27-1) and unranked Runnells Southeast Polk (2(M). Other Tuesday victors: No. 9 Ankeny, 74-48 over Ackley-Geneva (22-5); No. 5 Cedar Rapids Washington, 86-65 over No. 17 Belmond (24-3) ; and No. 8 Inwood West Lyon, 78-59 over Clarinda 1 The Tuesday and Wednesday victors meet in Thursday's quarterfinals. Pairings from Tuesday's games: Ankeny (26-2) meets Cedar Rapids Washington (27-1), and West Lyon (26-1) takes on Lake View-Auburn.' The Warriors held a 53-31 halftime margin, and Coach Bob Fouts began substituting in the fourth period. Belmond was paced by steady sophomore Lisa James'30 points. Ankeny, making its fourth tourney appearance, got off to a slow start against Ackley- Geneva, leading only 20-18 at the end of the first period and 36-34 at the intermission. However, the Hawkettes double-teamed 6-foot senior Mavis Ackerman, who had hit eight of eight from the field in the first quarter, then netted only one of two in the second and was held scoreless in the third. A strong defense and a rejuvenated offense gave Ankeny a 19-2 third-period advantage and 38-12 for the second half. Ankeny's aggressive junior forward, Cathy Conway, scored 33 points. Ackerman, who had averaged 31.2 points • in three years, was Timei Herald, Carroll, la. |^ Unspectacular but 'Steady, Wednesday, March io, '^J" inching t'o a convincing ' ininMntM victory over Clarinda in an during the season, finished error-riddled game. Clarinda with 23. committed 18 turnovers, West Inwood West Lyon, making Lyon 14. its second tourney appearance The lead changed 10 times Minnesota Cage Program Put on 3 Years Probation MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — The University of Minnesota's basketball program faces two years of stiff penalties — and three years of probation — for violating National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules from 1971 to 1975. But former Minnesota Coach Bill Musselman, under whose reign the violations occurred, said there were "a ELKS' CLUB STAG NITE K Thursday March 11 This night we honor our Past Exalted Rulers for making this Lodge what it is. Let's show lot of things where I don't even know what they're talking about." According to sanctions announced Tuesday night by the NCAA's Committee on Infractions, Minnesota will be allowed to give only three basketball scholarships the next two years, compared with the normal six per year, the Big Ten.school also may not play in postseason tournaments for two years and may not appear in televised games controlled by the NCAA. The school will be on probation for three years and the NCAA will review the institution's athletic policies and practices before the end of that period. University officials declined comment Tuesday night, saying they would give their views at an 8:30 a.m., CST, our appreciation at this 4 views at an 8:3 ° a m dinner served from 7:00 5 news conference today. to9:00p.m. J Musselman left the i^B^KNMkwm'm'w£ university last summer, right after it was announced the NCAA was investigating the basketball program. He coached the nowdefunct San Diego Sails of the American Basketball Association, and coached the ABA's Virginia franchise for a short time. He no longer has a coaching job, but has said he would like to coach a pro basketball team in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area if one can be started. Virtually all the 127 violations cited by the NCAA allegedly occurred during Musselman's tenure at • Minnesota. "They say a lot of things are arranged through the head coach," Musselman said by telephone from his San Diego home. "A lot of those things were never arranged through me. They (the NCAA) think I had knowledge of them. A lot of things I can't even place. I'm not going to comment on something like that." and was tied once in the first period, which ended 19-15 for West Lyon. The victors were ahead 35-28 at halftime, and in the third period Clarinda started its costly turnovers and found itself in deep foul trouble. The score was 61-44 starting the fourth quarter. Cindy Dreessen, a 6-foot sophomore, commanded the boards and scored 43 points for the Wildcats, while Clarinda got 23 from Renee Steeve. West Lyon came into the tournament with the fifth-best offensive average in the state, 82 points a game, and ninth- best in defense, allowing an average 45.1.' A record 8,377 persons turned out for the afternoon session, toppling the mark of 7,643 set last year. The evening games were down, drawing 6,457 compared with 9,878 in 1975. : Even though the first day's turnout was 2,687 less than a year ago, E. Wayne Cooley, executive secretary of the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union, predicted a record turnout of more than 90,000. Squeeze on — -Staff Photo LV-A guards Diane Buse (left) and Debbie Cole put the defensive squeeze on unidentified West Burlington player Tuesday night. The "squeeze" worked as the-defending 1 state champions overcame a four-point deficit in the final eight minutes to win, 4441. Final Tournament Berths at Stake Instructing — -Staff Photo Lake View-Auburn basketball Coach Louis "Bud" McCrea gives instructions to JoAnn Tjaden (left) and Micki Olberding. Whatever he said worked as LV-A stopped West Burlington's 26-game winning streak, 44-41, at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines Tuesday night. SlMCT o - * ,, o • o > First In Senrice, First In o Cash ft Cany Prices! A "° '-> ' 'O' ' Sale Ends " ' \mm K mm.m—' x^r^-t >5* REMAIN PLASTER BOARD 4' x 8' - 3/8" Also stocked in % " at Low Cosh & Carry Prices ASPHALT IMPREGNATED INSULATED SHEATHING Meets FHA Specifications 4' X 8' - 1/2" Also Stocked In 25/32" PANELING FOR EVERY NEED EVERY BUDGET LAUAN PANELS 'Medium Lauan 3.55MM i Dark Lauan 3.55MAA I Cascade Virginia or ! Cascade California 4x8 Per ShMt HARDBOARD PANEL Pan American Country Birch ^BP 3/16" ABITIBI HOMESTEAD WALNUT B Grad* fr.-flnl.h.d ••adv to Install Delivery Service Available NO. 1 DIMENSION LUMBER 2x4and2x6's MINI VANITY SETS White Cabinet • Gold Trim fnhinel 19" x 16". includes Cul tured Marble Top with Buill in Bowl, leu h«rures. Per PC. 2x4 2x6 10' 12' $2 " 14' WE ALSO HAVE IN STOCK 2x4 • 2x6 • 2x8 • 2x10 • 2x12 6' through 24' Lengths No. 1 contain* a portion of No. 2 under Weil Coott Association grade rule*. Meets F.H.A , Specifications. SHEATHING PLYWOOD Ml Exterior Glue Also slocked In 3/8"-5/8"-3/4'' • LVA (Continued From Page 13) Gaule 4 12-18 . 2 20 Scranton.... 3 0-016 Wilson 1 0-0 0 2 .Bloomberg.. 00-0 00 K. Crafton... 00-0 40 Hockett 0 0-0 4 0 Schnarr 0 0-0 6 0 Totals 12 17-26 19 41 Scoring by Quarters: LV-A 10 9 13 12-44 West Burlingtpn 6 17 13 5-41 Attendance: 6,457. Officials: Jim Mitchell of Albia and William Elliott of Fredericksburg. By The Associated Press Four rated teams and defending champion Council Bluffs St. Albert will be in action Wednesday night as the field for the 1976 Iowa boys high school basketball tournament is completed. At stake are the eight berths in Class AA for the five-day classic in Des Moines Mar. 1620. ; The Class AAA and A teams qualified last weekend and Monday night in substate play! Council Bluffs St. Albert surprised the AA field a year ago and took home the title with a 56-51 overtime victory over favored Cherokee. The Falcons finished with a 19-9 record. This time around, St. Albert's is 12-9 going into the substate final against strong Atlantic, 15-4 and a rated team earlier in the season. t* Class AA field is without'in undefeated team. The \only two unbeatens following the regular season — second-rated Pella and No. 13 Sumner — were upset in district play. The highest rated AA team still in the running is ohce-beaten Humboldt, which was ninth in the final Associated Press poll. Humboldt puts a 20-1 record against No. 14 Storm Lake, 162, in a substate final at Storm Lake. Other finals find No. 18 For- est City, 17-3, battling St. Ansgar, 17-4; No. 19 Maquoketa, 16-4, again testing fellow Wa- MaC member Anamosa, 12-9; Inwood West Lyon, 11-9, meeting Spencer, 13-6; WaMaC champion Vinton, 19-2, going against former Class A power Elkader Central, 14 6; Mount Pleasant, 15-6, engaging Albia, 15-6; and giant-killer Knoxville, 13-7, facing another tough test against Huxley Ballard, 17-4. Named to Succeed Wayne Dobbs, an assistant basketball coach at Vanderbilt University for the past six years, was named to succeed . Roy Skinner, who resigned Monday, as head coach. Business & Office EQUIPMENT • Desks • Chairs • Fifing cabinets' Check With Us STONE'S . 30 Downtown Carroll You say you dreamed your brand-new car rolled downhill and crashed into a pizza parlor? And you weren't fully covered? Is that what's troubling you? 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