Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 26, 1976 · Page 5
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SPORTS Rick Friedman Bob Kelly Chris Kern Chuck Harmison Ron Angell Dean Schnoes Greg Burbach , John Tillo Friedman and Kelly All-Staters DESMOINES—(IDPA)— picking all-state teams. Frank of Lake View-Auburn; „ m during Coach Don King's 10 Iowa City Regina, which won DES MOINES-(IDPA)- The boys' all-state basketball teams announced Friday by the Iowa Daily Press Association underscore the fact that it has been an outstanding year for big men. The first team alone averages 6 feet, 5 inches! Overall, the 40 high school players named to the five all-state teams average 6 feet, 3 inches. It has to be one the tallest all-state squads ever selected by the newspaper association during the 43 years it has been picking all-state teams. Kuemper placed two players on the all-state team. Rick Friedman landed a forward spot on the fourth unit and guard Bob Kelly was selected to a fifth team berth. Area players gaining honorable mention recognition were Dirk Lloyd of Carroll, Dan Schwabe, Tom Koster and Tim Nieland of once-beaten St. Bernard of Breda; Kevin Rasmussen and Kelly Anderson of Scranton; Mark Einck of Perry; Mike Olerich of Wall Lake; Jeff Frank of Lake View-Auburn; Dave Hall of Jefferson; Kent during Coach Don King's , „ , , C years as Wash coach. Jahn of Manning; Joel Bueltel Friday, March 26,1976 3 Joining Morton in the guard Timei Herald, Carroll, la. JCPenney The Fonz T-shirt 2.50 of Manilla and Pat Sullivan of Denison. The first team of all-staters boasts two players who stand 6 feet, 10 inches — Dean Uthoff of Cedar Rapids Jefferson and Larry Olsthoorn of Pella. Both are very mobile big men, with lots of scoring punch. Uthoff averaged 22 points and 16 rebounds a game, while Olsthoorn averaged 19 points and 16 rebounds per game. And, then, there is Chuck Harmison of Ames. This 6-7 senior led the Little Cyclones to a 24-0 season and the Class 3A title. Harmison scored 1,042 points, the first Ames player to score more than 1,000 points in his career. Chris Kern of Des Moines Lincoln, like Harmison, is a repeat first team all-stater. Kern, who stands 6-6, averaged 27.2 points this season. Joining Harmison and Kern at. forward is John Tillo who se't 13 school season and career records at Sioux City North. Tillo, at 6-5, had a 24.5 scoring average. The first team guards are Greg Burbach of Dubuque Wahlert and Dean Schnoes, Cherokee Washington, both 6-4, and Ron Angell of Mason City, only 6-0. Burbach is an all-around player who averaged 15 points for a team that featured balanced scoring. Schnoes averaged 23 points a game with a 51.7 per cent accuracy. Schnoes normally plays forward, but he was used to break the press of opposing teams. Angell averaged 26.6 points per game on a team which was Big Eight runnerup to state champion Ames. He set a school record 53 points in one game. The second team is headed by players from two championship clubs, Bill Gahan of Forest City and Joel Morton of Ames. Gahan, a forward, led his team to the state 2A championship with a 50-46 win over Spencer. He's a standout rebounder and defensive player. Gahan, a junior, averaged 14 points a game. Morton, co-captain for Ames along with Harmison, was a unanimous choice on the all-Big Eight team. He quarterbacks the Ames club. His coach, Arnie Zediker, calls him the best clutch player that he's coached. Rounding out the second team forward court are John Crookham of Oskaloosa and Percy Brown of Waterloo Central. Crookham averaged 23.6 points and 10 rebounds a game, while Brown averaged 19 points and 11 rebounds per game. The center spots went to Rick DeVolder of Marshalltown and Gary Schmidt of Cedar Rapids Washington. DeVolder, who is 6-8, was very impressive during the .first part of the state tournament, but went into a slump against Ames in . the championship game which the Bobcats lost 75-48. Schmidt, 6-6, was second to Uthoff in Metro scoring in Cedar Rapids with an 18.7 average. He also averaged 10 rebounds per game to lead the Warriors to their fourth Mississippi Valley crown court on the second unit are Terry Callahan of Dubuque Senior and Randy Richards of Waterloo Columbus. Callahan, who averaged 19 points per game, is great at penetrating the defenses. Although Richards is only a junior, this is his second year as a starter. He averaged 21 points and 6 rebounds a game. Six of the 40 all-staters are juniors. Besides Gahan, Brown and Richards, the other underclassmen are Brent Murphy, Clinton St. Mary's, third team; Mike Courey, Sioux City Heelan, fourth team; and Steve White, Iowa City West, fifth team. A committee of IDPA sports writers selects the all-staters. The sports writers base their selections on the basis of play throughout the year, not just the tournaments. This point is brought home by the fact that no one from Don's Place Puts Record on Line Don's Place will try to keep their record perfect when they meet the Carroll Jaycees in the finals of the "A" League City Basketball Tournament Sunday. The league champion Don's Place will bring a 16-0 season record into the final game, while the Jaycees support an 11-5 record. The "A" league I BRadi Over 40 Different Models of CB Radios to Choose From. All at Special Money Saving Prices. Cobra Johnson Teaberry Royce Midland Kris SBE Pace Courier Sharp Astro Hy-Gain JIL Complete Line of All Antennas & CB Accessories Kraco Craig Pearce-Simpson Regency MIDLAND DELUXE 23 CHAN. Noise Blanker — Automatic uSia'jum'—fM Meter Antenna Warning Indicator Reg. $159.95 •• AM • ^Jlti • • • Aft JOHNSON 123 SJ 23 CHAN. Digital Readout Power Meter Reg. $179.95 • I • OQ WW COBRA 19 23 CHAN. 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Gannon, however, was only brought up to the varsity at the close of the season. He was named to the honorable mention list. The Runnin 1 Regals had a very balanced team. A look at the credentials of the 40 all-staters shows that not all of the scoring punch came from big men. Take Gary DeCarlo of Des Moines Roosevelt, for example. While only 5-9, he claimed the Metro scoring championship in Des Moines with a 27.6 mark. The bushy-haired guard scored 45 points against Tech in the final game of the regular season. He earned himself a third team all-state berth. Delwood's Dave Myatt, a fifth team pick, averaged close to 30 points a game this year. IOWA DAILY PRESS ASSOCIATION'S ALL-STATE BOYS' BASKETBALL First Team championship game will be played at 7:00 p.m. at Carroll High. In "AA" competition, Carroll Glass (13-3) will try to defeat Commercial Savings (15-1) for the first time in their meetings. The '' AA'' championship game will be played at 8:30 p.m. at Carroll High. The "A" league consolation game will have General Electric (9-7) going against the Red Carpet Lounge (6-10). Game time is 2:30 p.m. at Carroll High. In "AA" consolation action, L.A. Smith's Schlitzers will go against the Denny's team from Westside. The Schlitzers (9-7) and Denny's (8-8) game will be at 4:00 p.m. at Carroll High. Team trophies for the top three finishers will be awarded. There will be a 50 cent entry fee for students and adults for both afternoon and evening sessions. State Duck-Calling Doug Lisle of Grimes topped 18 contestants Thursday to win the state duck-calling championship at the Iowa Sports and Vacation Show here. Wendell Carlson of Cedar Rapids placed second. Business & Office EQUIPMENT Forward Chuck Harmison Forward Chris Kern Forward John Tillo Center Dean Uthoff Center Larry Olsthoorn Guard Ron Angell Guard Greg Burbach Guard Dean Schnoes Ames D.M. Lincoln S.C. North C.R. Jefferson Pella Mason City Dub. Wahlert Cherokee Wash. 6-7 Sr. 6-6 Sr. 6-5 Sr. 6-10 Sr. 6-10 Sr. 6-0 Sr. 6-4 Sr. 64 Sr. Second Team Forward Bill Gahan Forward John Crookham Forward Percy Brown Center Rick DeVolder Center Gary Schmidt Guard Joel Morton Guard Terry Callahan Guard Randy Richards Forest City Oskaloosa Waterloo Central Marshalltown C.R. Washington Ames Dubuque Senior Waterloo Columbus 6-6 Jr. 6-4 Sr. 6-2 Jr. 6-8 Sr. 6-6 Sr. 5-11 Sr. 5-11 Sr. 6-2 Jr. Third Team Forward Alan Steeve Forward Jay Goodenbour Forward Kurt Schmeltzer Center Brent Murphy Center Randy Johnson Guard Gary DeCarlo Guard Mark Doerrfeldt Guard Pete Seyfer Clarinda Waterloo West Bettendorf Clinton St. Mary's Waterloo East D.M. Roosevelt Davenport West C.R. Washington 6-5 Sr. 6-5 Sr. 6-3 Sr. 6-6 Jr. 6-6 Sr. 5-9 Sr. 6-0 Sr. 6-1 Sr. Fourth Team Forward Rick Friedman Forward Mike Courtney Forward Jeff Levetzow Center Doug Hinkeldey Center .. Brian Campbell Guard Mike Courey Guard Jay Imhoff Guard Mark Grundman Carroll Kuemper Ottumwa 'Davenport Cen. Alta Rockwell-Swaledale Sioux City Heelan D.M. Hoover Corning 6-4 Sr. 6-2 Sr. 6-5 Sr. 6-6 Sr. 6-5 Sr. 6-2 Jr. 5-9 Sr. 6-3 Sr. Fifth Team Forward Tom Schwartz Forward Kevin Burke Forward Mike Lynn Center Al Jones Center Steve Waite Guard Tom Owca Guard Dave Myatt Guard Bob Kelly Dub. Hempstead • Anamosa Waverly-Shell Rock S.C. Heelan Iowa City West Centerville Delwood Carroll Kuemper 6-3 Sr. 6-2 Sr. 6-2 Sr. 6-8 Sr. 6-8 Jr. 6-2 Sr. 6-2 Sr. 6-1 Sr. Dean Uthoff Lane New Assistant Golf Pro Dick Lane, a native of Carroll, has been named assistant golf professional at the Carroll Country Club, according to head club professional George Mackanos. Lane, a 1971 graduate of Kuemper High School and a 1975 graduate of Benedictine College, Atchison, Kan., lettered four years in golf in college. He is also a former winner of the Carroll municipal men's championship. ' Mackanos, who also serves as club manager and oversees the maintenance of the golf course, said Lane will manage the pro shop and assist in scheduling and running golf events at the club. Mackanos, who is entering his fifth year at the local club, Larry Olsthoorn said he hopes the addition of Lane to his staff will relieve Mackanos of some duties so he can devote more time to giving golf lessons. Dick Lane Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 15. If you should qualify for the Short Form we'll do that at a very low price. And when we prepare your Federal return our charge always includes your resident state return. H&R BLOCK- 105 West 6th, Carroll Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Mon. Thru Sat. or by appointment — Phone 792-2770 N Start turning jj your thin lawn 8 * M thick again! " M I! Simply make an early-spring application of Scotts TURF BUILDER lawn fertilizer. 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