Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 15, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Lake View-Auburn Gals Do It Again, 60-50 By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) DES MOINES - Battling the odds, the Lake View-Auburn girls' basketball team reigns today as the state champion for the second consecutive year. Picked as underdogs in three of their four games here, Louis "Bud" McCrea's team defied the experts and became the ninth school in the 57-year history of the tournament to win the title back-to-back. The title game victory was "Sweet," a 60-50 victory over No. 2 Manilla as the Black Hawkettes got revenge for two earlier season losses to the Coon Valley champions. With the victory, LV-A closed the season with an 18-game winning streak and gave Coach McCrea his 150th triumph at the Sac County school. The team finishes at 28-3. There were many heroes in the Manilla win, snapping Larry Bullock's team's 30-game winning string. —Sophomore JoAnn Tjaden led a second quarter comeback by hitting all five shots from the field to pull LV-A to within one, 22-21, at half time. JoAnn finished with 26 points, including some key free throws in the final quarter. —And Sara Wernimont, a shy freshman who played like a senior. The 5-9 forward fired in 22 points, including 14 in the second half. —Clutch-shooting Micki Olberding, the veteran in the forward court, who came through down the stretch, hitting four free throws in the final quarter. —And the guard court, led by all-stater Kay Pick, showed why they're the best defensive club in the state as they held potent Manilla and Jean Rostermundt in check. It wasn't until the final three minutes of the third quarter did the Black Hawkettes take over. A basket by Cathy Bauer gave Manilla a five-point bulge, 33-28, with 3:16 left in the period, but then McCrea's club went to work. LV-A gained a tie at 33 on two free throws by Olberding and went ahead for the first time since early in the game on a basket by Wernimont with 52 seconds left at 35-33. Manilla came back to tie things at 35-all at the end of the quarter. Lake View-Auburn, running their disciplined, well-drilled offense, took command in the final period as baskets by Tjaden and Olberding gave them a 39-35 lead. A basket by Manilla's Vicki Pedersen closed the gap to 45-43 with four minutes left, but then LV-A pulled away to a 53-44 margin with just 2:15 left on two charity tosses by Olberding. The champions wrapped up the contest with five more free throws by Tjaden. trestone DELUXE CHAMPION 4-ply polyester cord body A78-13 Blackwall. Plus-l 74 FET and old lire Size B78-13 C78-14 D78-14 E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 L78-15 Blackwall S21.95 22.95 23.95 24.95 26.95 27.95 29.95 28.95 3(7.95 32.95 Plus S1.74 to 53.08 F.E.T. per tire depending on size and old tire. 5 rib design Whitewalls add $3 DOUBLE-BELTED DELUXE CHAMPION S IO M «. S I6 55 OFF our February prices on blackwalls and whitewalls • Dimlilc lii'llrfl with lilii-r- K'l;iss cord for InnK mili'iiHo. • Polyester cord body ;idds:i smooth ride. 25 1 00 A78-13 Blackwall. 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Individually, Tjaden was eight of 12, Wernimont eight of 16 and Olberding three of 12. Manilla, which shot 46 per cent, was led by Bauer who tallied 26 points, 12 of 17 from the field and all-stater 8 Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, March 15, 1976 Rostermundt who chipped in with 16, but who could only manage seven field goals in 20 attempts. Defensively, Pick, who led al'l rebounders in the tournament with 54, pulled down 11 and added four steals. Shelley Soe, Manilla's all-state guard, grabbed seven G-Olberding 0 0-0 2 0 off the glass. Totals 19 22-29 12 60 Box Score: Manilla: Lake View-Auburn: FG FT PFTP FG FT PFTP Rostermundt 7 2-2 0 ib Tjaden 8 10-13 3 26 Bauer 12 2-4 5 26 1 12 Pedersen — 4 0-0 1 22 Hanson 0 0-0 4 0 Soe 0 0-0 0 0 Mohr 0 0-0 M. Olberding 3 6-9 Wernimont.. 8 6-7 K. Pick 0 0-0 D. Buse ..... 0 0-0 D.Pick...... 00-010 Chapman ... 0 0-0 2 1 8 6 0 5 0 4 0 0 Schechinger. 00-0 20 Totals 23 4-6 25 50 Scoring by Quarters: Lake View- Auburn.... 6 15 14 25-«0 Manilla.... 14 8 13 15—50 Officials: Eugene "Dutch" Leonard of Humboldt and Don Lakeman of Dyersville. Attendance: 14,354 " LV-A Senior Champions — -Staff Photo Used Manilla Folder — -Staff Photo These three gals have had a lot of state basketball tournament experience. The Lake View-Auburn Black Hawkettes' only three seniors went to state three of their four high school years. Saturday they beat Manilla 60-50 for their second straight title. From left, the seniors are Micki Olberding, Kay Pick (both all-tournament selections) and Diane Buse. They are shown at Sunday's welcoming celebration at the Lake View gymnasium. A "very well used Manilla folder" was presented to Lake View-Auburn Coach Louis (Bud) McCrea Sunday at the team's welcoming home ceremonies. The 'presentation, on behalf of the LV-A faculty, was made by David (Pete) Peterson. Shown on the speakers' platform at the celebration are, from left, LV-A Supt. Charles Ferguson, School Board President Jim Dreszen, McCrea and Asst. Coach Garold Thomas. The Black Hawkettes beat Manilla 60-50 after trailing in the first half of the state championship ..game Saturday night. Semi-final Round Victories to LV-A and Manilla By Dennis O'Grady and Don Davis DES MOINES - Lake- View-Auburn and Manilla marched into 57th Annual Girls' State Championship here Friday night. Defending champion LV-A turned back the tournament's largest school, Washington of Cedar Rapids, 56^15, and second-ranked Manilla used a 54-point performance by all-stater Jean Rostermundt to whip Andrew, the Cinderella team, 80-67. LV-A Game As was the case in Saturday night's championship victory, Lake View-Auburn took control in the fourth quarter against No. 5 Washington. The Black Hawkettes broke away from a 39-37 lead heading into the fourth quarter as they opened up a 51-39 bulge with just 4rl3 remaining on a gift shot by Micki Olberding. The Warriors got. back to a 51-45 margin with two minutes left, but three clutch free General Electric air > conditioners and heat pumps are one of the best values around. It's not even debatable. I didn't know that! But they are rebatableP Deluxe Central Air Conditioners TA-R1 Models FROM $50 TO WEATHERTRON* Heal Pump WA and WC Models $100 CASH REFUND Direct from General Electric on DELUXE Central Air Conditioners and WEATHERTRON* Heat Pumps depending on capacity, //you purchase now. Make your best buy from March 1st through April 30, 1976 on General Electric eligible products used for add-on or replacement from any participating GE CAC Dealer, and General Electric will send up to $100 cash straight to you Equipment must be installed by May 31, 1976. 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Andrew cut a 15-point Manilla lead to 40-36 with 5:29 eft in the third quarter as most of Veterans Memorial Auditorium's 12,124 fans seemed to pick up the underdog Andrew team. A drive-in lay up by Angle Sommers cut the score to 45-44 with 2:24 left in the quarter before the Green and White of Manilla reopened a four-point quarter lead. The Hawkettes went into their slowdown game at the beginning of the fourth stanza, much to the dislike of many tourney fans. But it worked: Jean Rostermundt got an easy bucket each of the first three minutes of the quarter to give Manilla a 60-50 lead. From there on, it was easy sailing for Manilla. Manilla Coach Larry Bullock said he put his team into the slowdown because "two key rebounders and ball handlers were in foul trouble," referring to Shelley Soe and Toni Mohr, both of whom fouled out. "We thought we had it won too early,'' the coach added. Rostermundt led all scorers with 54 points. 20 coming from the free throw line as Andrew fouled 24 times. Cathy Bauer tallied 16. Vicki Pedersen added 10. Angie' Sommers topped Andrew's point output with 45 points. Soe pulled down 1.1 rebounds, as Manilla out-rebounded Andrew 28-19. She added four steals. Andrew's comeback was led by Sommers and guard Kin\ "Peters, who had nine rebounds, four steals and several blocked shots. Peters, who is missing much of one arm due to a birth defect, received a long standing ovation when she fouled out with 1:10 left in the game. Manderscheld. Peters Streeter .... 0 0-0 1 0 .... 0 0-0 6 0 .... 0 0-0 60 Box Score: Lake View-Auburn FG Tjaden 8 M. Olberding ...... 5 Werhlmont 6 G. Olberding 0 K. Pick 0 D. Buse 0 Cole 0 Totals 1» Washington FG Pedersen 6 Franklin 8 Shaffer 5 Gorman 0 Wescot 0 Belli 0 McAleer 0 Williams 0 Totals 19 Scoring by Quarters: LV-A 11 C.R.Washington ..15 Box Score: Andrew FG A. 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