Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 16, 1976 · Page 6
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Wayne Chandlee RickFriedman Tom Schenkelberg ._ , Kuemper Cagers Set for C. R. Washington BV DenniS O'Ornriv nwne art Ifl Rcnni-inrr aimfQCTA if. __ r^ i i - .... .._ . _ _ . .»tt ...... iffiiiinit ................................ ' ^^^^ By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) DBS MOINES Wednesday is St. Patrick's Day and the Kuemper Knights hope to have a little bit of that 'Irish Luck' when they take on Cedar Rapids Washington in a first round Class 3A state tournament game at 8:45 p.m. at spacious Veterans Auditorium. Kuemper and Washington, champion of the rugged Mississippi Valley Conference are both making their third trips to the state meet. The two teams have met once before. That was in the 1969 state championship game and Washington won, 73-62. "It will be a matter of how hard we play that will determine the outcome," remarked Knight Head Coach Wayne Chandlee concerning the game. "They're a good basketball leap. They won the Mississippi Valley. They have to be good," Chandlee continued. Sizing up Washington, Chandlee said, "they're a well-coached club. From what I understand, they're an inside team. Their strengths are their defense and rebounding. The Kuemper boss, who has guided his club to a 17-2 mark and a No. 12 Associated Press rating, said he was planning nothing new for the Cedar Rapids school. "I hate to change anything at this point." Don King's Washington club comes into the game with a 17-4 mark, including four straight victories, the same as Kuemper. They're rated seventh by the Associated Press. The Warriors are led by 6-6 center Gary Schmidt who owns an IB.S.scoring average. Two other starters are in double figures. They are 6-1 guard Pete Seyfer at 11.6 and 6-6 John Fay at 10.7. "We think we're a good defensive club," commented the veteran King Monday by telephone. "Also, we have some inside strength when our kids are playing aggressive.'' King feels his team's depth has also been a big asset. "We have quite a bit of balance and depth. We have eight kids who have started this season." The Washington coach said it was hard to evaluate Kuemper since both clubs didn't face a common opponent. 'But from what I have learned, Kuemper is a very sound club," noted King. "They play extremely well for their height and they're well-coached. We're expecting a very interesting game." King said Ames would have to be the favorite in Class 3A. "I think the seven teams look balanced. On a given night I Tigerette Awards — -Slaff Photo The Third Annual Carroll High School girls' basketball banquet was held Monday night at the Elks' Lodge and various awards were presented. Front row from left, Rachel Harmening, most valuable player; Julie Teague, most inspirational player; Holly Jueigens, captain of the guard court and Deb Onken, captain of the forward court. Back row from left, Sue Skinner and Janet Conrad, most improved varsity players; Jean Grettenberg, most improved junior varsity player and Holly Evans, most valuable junior varsity player. Over 100 persons attended the banquet. 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 mote important. It's not something you can put in the bank. You pay lor it with your sweat, your spirit, your mmd. and your time. It's called pride. CALL712-792-1795 or TOLL FREE 1-800-362-2370'^ IUMP.M. Sport Glances Softball Meeting City Recreation Director, Jim Egli, announced there will be a meeting for all coaches and sponsors of summer Softball teams on Thursday, March 18th at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held ih' the City Council Chamber, second floor of the City Hall. Egli will explain which fields will be available to the summer softball teams and when they may be used. Represent Carroll The following boys "\ f The Knights Are Already Champs In Our Book. Best of Luck in Des Moines. We're With You All The Way Durkttt* Jtor ifcn anft ife represented the Carroll Recreation Department in the Ft. Dodge 6th grade Y.M.C.A. Basketball tournament on Saturday March 13th. Holy Spirit: Dale Oswald, Tom Hallinan, Rob Mosher and Jim Ericspn. Carroll: Greg Wiederin, Steve Forbes, Louie Warnhel and Jim White. St. Lawrence: Robbie Schultz, Mike Brinks, Robby Ruhde and Steve Reinart. The Carroll team was defeated in the first round. They lost to Cooper Elementary 38-23. Cooper went on to win the 1976 championship. Water Safety Course A 12-hour water safety instructor retraining class will be offered at the Carroll Municipal Swimming Pool on Thursday June 3rd and 4th. The morning and afternoon sessions will be from 9 to 12 a.m. and from 1 to 5 p.m. To be eligible for the course you must be a W.S.I. For additional information contact the City Recreation Department, tech's New Boss Charlie Moir was named head basketball coach at Virginia Tech. Skating Titles Americans Mark Cocherell and Suzie Bracher won the men's and women's singles titles, respectively, at the World Junior Figure Skating Championships. First Round Lead Bob McGregor averaged 228 for eight games to take the first-round lead in the $100,000 Bowling Proprietors Association of America U.S. Open Bowling Tournament. Named Head Coach Charles. H. "Sonny" Smith, an assistant at Virginia Tech, was named head coach at East Tennessee State University. >• - Glances, See Page 7 Tlmei Herald, Carroll, la. r Tuesday, March 16, 1976 O think any of the seven teams could knock off each other." Tournament Notes: Chandlee said his club is happy to go. "I just hope we're going down with the idea of winning. If we play hard we can win." While the Knights have been idled for over a week, they did get in a scrimmage with the Buena Vista College players Saturday. Chandlee felt the workout was helpful. The Knight coach also had praise for the Kuemper fans. "We've had fantastic support from the students and adults. It looks like it will continue and we really appreciate it." There will be a big migration to Des Moines. According to Athletic Director Steve Garbier, 1,900 tickets have bt<m sold for the game. Little bit about both schools: —Washington's nickname is the Warriors and the school's colors are red and blue. King is a 1951 graduate of Northern Iowa. King played in the 1945 state meet in Geneseo. He coached at Nevada and Coe College 1 before going to Washington in 1966. Washington's state mark is 5-1. —Kuemper's Chandlee graduated from Loras College in 1965. He coached at Urbandale, Bellevue, Marquette and Waterloo Columbus before taking the Knights job last season. Kuemper's state tourney record is 2-2. Probable Starters: C.R.Washington: F— Dave Garner, 6-2, Jr. F —John Fay, 6-6, Sr. C — Gary Schmidt, 6-6, Sr. G — Norval Dickson, 5-11, Jr. G —Pete Seyfer, 6-1, Sr. Kuemper: F —Rick Friedman, 6-4, Sr. F —Tom Kelly, 6-2, Sr. C — Kevin Tessmer, 6-3, Sr. G — Bog Kelly, 6-1, Sr. G — Ken Nurse, fcll, Jr. DIRECTIONS | Fans attending Kuemper's Class 3A state tournament game in Des Moines | Wednesday night should come into, the Des Moines area on Highway 141 and take the Interstate south to the West Des Moines-Des Moines exit. Take Interstate 236 east into Des Moines and get off at the 5th St. exit. That should put you at Veterans Auditorium. Media Picks Tournament Champs By The Associated Press Ames and then two scattered toss-ups. That's how the state boys basketball tournament looks to Iowa's sports writers and sportscasters, according to a pre-tournament survey by The Associated Press. Only in Class AAA, where top-ranked Ames brings a 21-0 record into the five-day tournament, is there a clear-cut favorite. The Little Cyclones, gunning for a fifth state crown, were a lopsided selection in the large school category, gaining 51 of a possible 63 votes. ' 'How can there be any other choice,'"said one writer! "It, would take a really great upset for them not to take it all this time around." Here by class is how the members of the media voted: CLASSAAA AMES (51) —Jim Van Heel. Mason City Globe-Gazette; Dale Bye., Mason City Globe-Gazette; Bob Christensen, KHBT, Humboldt: Charlie Scott, KXEL, Waterloo; Max Sandeman, Creston News Ad- vertise,r; Paul Denison, KILJ, Mount Pleasant; Alex Stoddard, Sioux City Journal; Bill McAuliffe, Iowa City Daily Iowa; Jim Rose, Mount Pleasant News; Bill Sikes, KKSI, Mount Pleasant; Jim Fickess, Waterloo Courier; Burke Evans, Waterloo Courier; Gary Courtois, Fairfield Ledger; Jim Zabel, WHO, Des Moines; Mike Gummer, KQWC, Webster City; Glen Olson, KQWC, Webster City; Brian Brandsgard, KHBT, Humboldt; Larry Mendenhall, Marshalltown Times- Republican; Hank Dihlmann, KROS, Clinton; Robb Strack, KROS, Clinton; Bob Brown, Fort Dodge Messenger; Chuck Burdick, Des Moines Register; Ron Baldwin, Estherville Daily News; Bill .Higgins, KVFD, Fort Dodge; Blean Calkins, KWPC, Muscatine; Bob Hersom, Cedar Rapids Gazette; Dave Potratz, KICD, Spencer; Greg Lund, KICD, Spencer; Joe Galvan, KTVO, Ottumwa; Al Grady, Iowa City Press-Citizen; Harold Bailey; Perry Daily Chief; Roger Bates, Muscatine Journal; George Kampling, Clinton Herald; Jeff Huth, Clinton Herald; Terry Hersom, Ottumwa Courier; Alan Hoskins, Ottumwa Courier; Bill Kitchen, Ottumwa Courier; Gary Richards, Ames Tribune; Frank Snyder, Kuemper, Washington Season Records K 58 77 64 60 65 57 73 73 65 61 75 66 75 67 56 70 •M^* Manning F.D., St. Edmonds S.F.,O'Gorman Harlan Fort Dodge S.C., Heelan C.B., T.Jeff. C.8., St. Albert S.C., Heelan Algona, Garrigan Algona, Garrigan Sioux City, East Des Moines, North Denison S.C., West 'F.D., St. Edmonds *^^MW^^W* Opponent 36 51 ' 50 54 63 SB 51 54 60 50 44 62 39 56 72 65 , CR 64 B2 52 51 79 80 71 55 70 66 57 91 67 72 63 ,60 63 •**+*** D.M., Hoover Dub., Hempstead Dub., Wahlert Iowa City C.R., Regis C.R.. Jefferson Clinton (ot) Muscatine C.R., Kennedy Dub., Senior Iowa City, West Prairie, C.R. Bettendorf C.R., Jefferson Dub., Hempstead C.R., Kennedy Muscatine vSJsXSiSJiifCw^ Opponent 59 48 : ' 59 34 42 87 65 48 57 65 55 51 69 69 60 50 64 63 FIRESTONE FARMER'DAYS ATTENTION FARMERS! * FREE 8 TON M & W RUNNING GEAR * Just Register for a FREE 8 Ton M & W Run : ning 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 WOI, Ames; Phil Chinitz, Atlantic News-Telegraph; Hal Lagerstrom, Dubuque Telegraph Herald; Jim Gray, Keokuk Gate City; Rick Fromm, Oelwein Daily Register; Jerry Jurgens, Quad City Times; Jay Ewolt, Omaha World-Herald; Gordon Hanson, Associated Press, Des Moines; Dan Even, Associated Press, Des Moines; Pete Taylor, KCCI, Des Moines; Phil Maly, Des Moines Tribune, Frosty Mitchell, KGRN, Grinnell; Randy Peterson, Des Moines Tribune. CEDAR RAPIDS WASHINGTON (4) - Ron Matyj Des Moines Register; .Lance Reriaud, KBIZ, Ottumwa; Giis Schrader, Cedar Rapids Gazette; Steve Allspach, Cedar Rapids Gazette. FORT MADISON (3) — Roger Carter, KMCO, Fairfield; Jim Ecker, Fort Madison Evening Democrat; Steve Holland, Iowa City Press-Citizen. CARROLL KUEMPER (2) — Denny O'Grady, Carroll Daily Times Herald; Lyn Anderson, KLGA, Algona. SIOUX CITY HEELAN (2) — Gene Sherman,'KCAU, Sioux City; Larry Lehmer, Council Bluffs Nonpareil. MARSHALLTOWN (1) John Richards, Marshalltown Times-Republican. CLASSAA HUMBOLDT (19) — Bye, Christensen, Stoddard, Sikes, Cpurtois, Olson, Brandsgard, Higgons, Renaud, Baily, Huth, T. Hersom, G. Richards, Chinitz, Fromm, JUrgens, Hanson, Taylor, P. Maly FOREST CITY (13) —Van Heel, McAuliffe, Fickess, Anderson, Brown, Burdick, Allspach, Lund, Hoskins, Snyder, Lagerstrom, Ewolt, Gummer. . ( . KNOXVILLE (13) , O'Grady, Sandeman, Evans, Zabel, Mendenhall, Baldwin, Schrader, B. Hersom, Galvan, Grady, Kitchen, R. Maly, Peterson. MAQUOKETA (9) -^ Sherman, J.-Richards, Dihlmann, Strack, Calkins, Holland, Bates, Kampling, , Even.- MOUNT PLEASANT (7) — Carter, Scott, Denison, Rose, Ecker, Gray, Mitchell. SPENCER (1)—Potratz. ATL ANTIC (1)-Lehmer. , CLASSA ROCKaVALLEY (22) - Van He'e'l,JB'ye,' Carter, 'Scott, Sherman, Stoddard, McAuliffe. Sikes, Fickess, Courtois, Gummer, Brandsgard. Burdick, Potraz. Lund, Renaud, Kampling, Hoskins, Snyder, Ewolt, Even, Peterson. IOWA CITY REGINA (22) — O'Grady, Rose, J. Richards, Dihlmann, Strack, ' Baldwin, Higgins, Calkins, Allspach, Galvan, Grady, ? Holland, Bates, T. Hersom, G. -• Richards, Chinitz, Lagerstrom, Ecker, Gray, Jurgens, Mitchell, Denison. BURNSIDE CENTRAL WEBSTER (13) —P. Maly, Taylor, Hanson, Fromm, Bailey, B. Hersom, Schrader, Brown, Mendenhall, Olson, Zabel, Evans, Christensen. COGGON NORTH LINN (2) — Kitchen, R. Maly. CORNING (2) - Lehmer, Sandeman. GRAETTINGER (1) _ Anderson. ALLISON-BRISTOW (1) — Huth.. : , , t ;» on DEKALB Seed You can save money with DEKALB's , early payment program. Pay for your seed on or before March 20, and re-' ; ceive a 4% cash discount. You can also take advantage of our quantity discount. So see your DEKAIB Dealer today and pick up your 1976 seed supply. Ron Burdine Elmer Kruse Leo Nieland Farm Store Clair Schmitz Jake Schumacher Wm. 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