Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 12, 1976 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, March 12, 1976
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SPORTS Lake View-Auburn Girls into Semi-fmals By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) DES MOINES — Lake View-Auburn head coach Louis "Bud" McCrea and his squad got their wish here as the defending state champion Black Hawkettes whipped eighth-ranked West Lyon, 67-53, before a record Thursday afternoon crowd of 14,061 fans at Veterans auditorium. The victory. LV-A's 16th straight, sends them into tonight's semi-final at 7 p.m. against fifth-rated Cedar Rapids Washington. , Washington, the largest school in the girls' state tournament, turned back Ankeny, 75-65, in an earlier game Thursday. "It was an awful big goal for our kids to end up in the top four," commented McCrea. "I didn't expect us to get this far, but I'm sure happy." Whatever happens from now on. McCrea's girls are assured of taking home some hardware. Lake View-Auburn, which came into the tournament ranked 10th, held a slim 32-29 halftime lead, but the Black Hawkettes got rolling in the third quarter outscoring West Lyon, 17 to seven to steadily pull away for their 26th win in 29 games. During the third quarter, LV-A hit 1 1 straight unanswered points in a five-minute span. Balanced scoring was the key in the second half as LV-A built up their biggest lead of 18 points on several ocassions. Lake View-Auburn, which shot 56 per cent from the floor, was led by Micki Olberding who tossed in 32 points on 11 of 22 field goal attempts and 10 of 10 from the line. Timei Herald, Carroll, la. r Friday, March 12, 1976 O Sophomore JoAnn Tjaden added 18 points, including eight of 15 from the field and freshman Sara Wernimont came back from a low-scoring effort against West Burlington to notch 17 points, including five of six from the field. "I thought our kids played a lot better today," commented McCrea. "Our guards adjustments at half really did the job and our patient offense came around." According to the LV-A boss, his club used the Farragut offense.''We borroWed it from them." McCrea was very pleased with the effort of Wernimont. "She really came through for us. .She was really scared the other night." "Kay Pick was very tough." added McCrea. The all-stater held Cindy Dreessen to 12 points in the first three quarters. She got 43 points in her team's opener. Pick, who is the tournament's leading rebounder, didn't hurt that as she controlled the boards by pulling down 14'. Teammate Diane Buse added five as the winners held a 24-14 edge in that department. West Lyon, which closes at 26-2, was sparked by sophomore post forward Dreessen who collected 23 and Deb Richarz who added 19. West Lyon, which shot 45 per cent in the first half, cooled off in the second and finished at 40.5 per cent. , Looking at tonight's C.R. Washington battle, McCrea said, "we never give up. We'll play with them." In the quarter-final test in their way to the championship last year. Lake View-Auburn tripped Washington, 56-51. Box Score: Lake View-Auburn; FB FT PFTP West Lyon of Inwood: ••-_• FG FT PFTP Dreessen.. . 4 15-20 2 23' 3 3-7 0 9 9 1-3 2 19, Hoogeveen D. Richarz Bosler ;.-'.. Tjaden 8 2-5 M. Olberding 11 10-10 4 32 Wernimont.. 5 7-10 3 17 G. Olberding 00-0 20 K.Pick; 00-040 D. Buse 00-0 5 0 D.Pick 0 0-0 1 0 Cole.. 00-0 10 Schoneboom 00-0 10 B. Buse 0 0-0 '00 Kroeger..... 00-0 00 Fredrichs... 0 0-0 0 0 Totals 24 19-25 22 67 1 18 Rozeboom. 'j-'.OV'OHD. . 0 0 .'•!.,. o-o o 2,-f i kucA.*MV'vri »»• i i •* / ".,. L R..Ranschau; Q:. ; 0-0: ( 4 0 A.Ranschau.:0,''p4 5 0 Bride .:;.:..'.0-: 0-0 2 ,0 J.Richarz,.. 0 :,0-0 3 '0 Totals;,;:.17 19-30 18 53 Scoring by Quarters': „ LV-A ;16,'.16.;. 17 18-67 West Lyon... 12 17' 7 17-53. Attenaance: 14,061 ' Officials: Terry Leeper of Marshalltown and Howard Simpson of West Union. Shoe" is Different as Manilla Advances By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) DES MOINES - Second-ranked Manilla turned the tables on No. 6 Mediapolis here Thursday night as the Hawkettes made the Bullettes' their 29th straight victim, 75-61, in a game that was over at intermission. Manilla now meets the "Cinderella team" of the girls' state tournament, Andrew, at 8:30 p.m. tonight in the final semi-final round game. In the opener at 7 p.m., Lake View-Auburn goes against big-school Washington of Cedar Rapids. "The shoe was on the other foot this year," commented Manilla Head Coach Larry Bullock afterwards outside his team's dressing room. "They played a tough one last night and we didn't." continued Bullock whose club was beaten in the quarter-finals last year by. Mediapolis, 75-63. "I really felt they played tired," the highly successful Manilla boss added. "Their overtime game with Aplington the other night seemed to take something out of them.'' With Vicki Pedersen hitting from the outside and Jean Rostermundt and Cathy Bauer from in close, the Hawkettes broke away from a i 12-12 dea.dlock to'take! command at 22-15 at the first quarter mark. In the second quarter. Pedersen continued her hot shooting from the outside and along with Bauer, Manilla opened up a comfortable 41-27 halftime advantage. The Hawkettes, who are bidding for their second crown in three years, then coasted home in the second half. "I thought our forward court played excellent defense,"Bullock remarked. "Now they must keep on hustling." "Bauer and Julie Hanson had excellent games," cited K3C383S36SCSCSCX3S3S3SSC Bullock, "as did Pedersen." Bauer, scoring at will inside, led the Hawkettes with 32 points, including 14 of 25 from the field. Hanson was a definite factor in the guard court along with all-stater Shelley Soe as she grabbed five rebounds to go along with four steals. And for "Eight of 12 shots from the field out of Vicki in the first half is hard to beat, "added Bullock. Pedersen wound up with 24 points on 11 of 18 from the field and the team's top scorer, Rostermundt, finished with 19 in a balanced attack. "Their pressure killed us. We threw the ball away too many times," Mediapolis head man Vern McLearn said. The turnovers showed Manilla with 19 mistakes to Mediapolis'29. "Manilla looks like the best team we've seen in a long time," added McLearn as his Bullettes finish at 27-2. Mediapolis was led by sophomore Jill Hardin who collected 39 points, including 16 of 24 from the field and junior Rhonda Winegard who added 15. Statistically, Manilla connected on 55.2 per cent' from the field to the losers' 59 per cent. In the rebound area, Mediapolis had 20 to 16 for Manilla as reserve Tanya Voyles grabbed eight. Soe led the Hawkettes with nine. Looking at the Andrew game tonight Bullock commented, "I'm very impressed with their hustle and spunk. Also, that Kim Peters is a real tribute to girls' basketball. Peters, a guard, has only one arm. The evening session drew 14, 754 fans. The total heading into sellouts tonight and Saturday is 60,137. Box Score: Manilla FG FT PF TP Rostermundt 7 5-8 4 19 Bauer 14 4-5 4 32 Pedersen Hanson Soe Mohr Chapman .. Schechinger K. Thomson J.Thomson Reiff .... Pauley Hansen ; Totals 11 . 0 n n . 0 . 0. . 0 . 0 n o , 0 3?. 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 . 0-0 0-0 b-o 0-0 11-17 2 3 6 <; 2 1 0 0 o Q 0 ?1 24 0 o n 0 0 0 0 o o 0 75 Voyles 0 0-0 1 S 0 Totals.......23 15-28 16 61 Peterson.... 0 0-0 0 0 Scoring by Quarters: Bakcrink.... 0 0-0 0 0 Manilla 22 19 18 16-75 McLaughlin. 0 0-0 0 0 Mediapolis.. 15 12 17 17-61 Attendance: 14.754 Officials: L. Kirby Range of Milford, and Dick Braunschweig of Pocahontas. Mediapolis Winegard ... 5 Hardin 16 Keltner 2. Oetken 0 Horn 0 Schmidgall.. 0 FT PF TP 5-10 7-13 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 15 39 7 0 0 0 3K3WWWKJKJ ish I Every Irish deserves a green cushion Soft Seat The BATH SHOPPE IN THE ALLEY Giant-Killer Role for Champion LV-A Painful — Lake View-Auburn starting pack on right forehead. The advanced to tonight's semi- West Lyon of Inwood. -Staff Photo guard Diane Buse puts ice pain didn't last long as LV-A finals with a 67-53 win over Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 12. There are major changes in the tax laws that could affect your return. Our people are specially trained to help you take advantage of these new laws. We'll do our best to make sure you pay the right amount of tax. No more, no less. H&R BLOCK- THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 105 West 6th, Carroll Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Mon. Thru Sat. or by appointment — Phone 792-2770 Has Signed Fred Grambau, a defensive tackle formerly with^the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, has signed a contract with the Montreal Alouettes, the Canadian Football League club announced Thursday. The 6-2, 248-pound Grambau, 25, was a fifth-round draft choice of the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs after graduation from the University of Michigan in 1973. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Defending champion Lake View-Auburn will try the giant-killer role when it meets big-school Cedar Rapids Washington in Friday night's semifinal game at the Iowa Girls' State High School Basketball Tournament. In the second contest, tiny Andrew tangles with Manilla — the state's only undefeated team — for a berth in the 57th annual championship game- Saturday night in Veterans Memorial Auditorium. The four teams posted quarterfinal victories Thursday, with 28,815 persons attending the afternoon and evening sessions. Cedar Rapids Washington (27-1), fifth-rated by Mike Henderson of the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union, posted a 75-65 victory over stubborn No. 9 Ankeny (26-3). No. 10 Auburn (26-3) throttled eighth-rated Inwood West Lyon (26-2), 67-53. For the second time in the tourney, Andrew (27-2) had to come from behind to take a 61-59 thriller over Runnells Southeast Polk (21-5). In what many believed would be a feature game. No. 2 Manilla (29-0) had little trouble with No. 6 Mediapolis (27-2) and coasted to a 75-61 victory. Cedar Rapids Washington and Manilla entered the tournament as shaky favorites for the title. The Warriors only loss was to city rival Kennedy, a team they also defeated three times. Lake View-Auburn has 109 girls in school and will try to stop the Warriors — with 750 girls — from becoming the first big school to claim the championship. Manilla picked its team from 78 girls and Andrew drew from 58. Sue Peterson hit 14 of 16 fourth-quarter free throws, and teammate Deb Franklin connected on five of seven to boost Cedar Rapids past persistent but unrated Ankeny. The score was knotted five times and the lead switched nine times before Dianne Shaffer hit on a short jumper with five minutes, 56 seconds left in the third period to put the Warriors ahead for good, 42-41. "We just played very poor basketball in the first half," said Washington Coach Bob Fouts. "In the first half, we rushed everything on offense. We didn't work-for _t|)e good 'shot." "—'^ "— "It was one of the tough'ef games we've had all year," noted Ankeny Coach Dick Rasmussen. "They just kept the pressure on us, and we made a lot of mistakes." Peterson finished with 34 points and Franklin 30. Heavy Traffic — Manilla's Jean Rostermundt is in heavy traffic as Mediapolis gals defend her. At right is the Hawkettes' Vicki Pedersen. No. 2 Manilla, ran their mark to 29-0 Thursday night with a 75-61 cruise past the Bullettes. Manilla faces Andrew in a semi-final tonight. Sport Glances Coach of Year Bobby Knight, who produced two All-Americans and guided Indiana to its second consecutive undefeated regular season and the nation's No. 1 ranking, was named College Basketball Coach of the Year today by The Associated Press. The designation of Knights as Coach of the Year followed Thursday's selection of Hoosier forward Scott May and center Kent Benson as first-team All-Americans and of May as the National College Basketball Player of the Year. Knight, winning the honor for the second straight year, beajt out Tom Young of Rutgers 170-134 in voting by sports writers arid broadcasters throughout the country. Doubtful Starter University of Tennessee basketball star Bernard King will probably not start in Saturday's NCAA tournament .opener with VMI at Charlotte, N.C., because of a thumb injury. Coach Ray Mears said.' May Named Indiana University forward Scott May was named 1976 college basketball Player of the Year by The Associated Named to Staff The Pittsburgh Steelers have named John Spczzafaro, a veteran Ohio high school and college coach, to their .National Football League coaching staff as an offensive assistant. . Spezzafaro will join the Steelers later this month, ' Instructions — —Staff Pholo NOTICE There will be an examination for Journeyman Plumbers held on Monday, March 29, 1976 at 1:00 P.M. in the Carroll Community Center, Carroll, Iowa. Anyone requiring any information about the examination should contact the Public Works Office in the Carroll Community Center, Carroll, Iowa. PLUMBER'S EXAMINATION BOARD ROBERT E. FRANK, CHAIRMAN Manijla Head Coach Larry Bullock offers instructions to his players in Thursday night's 75-61 cruise past Mediapolis. The Hawkettes won for the 29th straight time and meet Andrew tonight. 11 Hitless Innings Freshman'pitcher Rich Erwin threw 11 innings of hitless baseball Thursday for the University of Arkansas but he didn't win. The game, a 0-0 tie with Southern State. College of Joplin, Mo., was called off after 12 innings because of darkness. Erwin, who -is from Littleton, Colo.,'allowed only two men to reach base — one on a walk and the other on an error. The Razorbacks got eight hits. Arkansas won an earlier game against the same team 7-0 Thursday. Business & Office EQUIPMENT • Desks • Chairs • Fifing cabinets Check With Us STONE'S Hwy.,30 Downtown Carroll NOTICE! FINAL DEADLINE DATE SAT., MARCH 20th WEST CENTRAL IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION Has set Sat., March 20th-as final date to sign-up in Boyer subsystem. If interested contact one Of the following Art Woerdehoff .... 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