Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 29, 1976 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1976
Page 7
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Girls Look Improved By Dennis O'Grady .(Sports Editor) Kuemper head track coordinator John Davis is looking for improvement from his girls' squad which opens their season a week from Tuesday at Boone. "We set 15 new school records last year and won one big meet, the Tiger-Wildcat Relays," commented Davis. "We're looking for more improvement this year," Da vis continued. Heading the list of 16 veterans are Jolene Heinrichs, Jean O'Leary and Maureen Nurse, all of whom hold several school marks. Heinrichs holds the school record in the 440 yard dash Times Herald, Carroll, la. *v Monday, March 29, 1976 / and mile run, while O'Leary holds marks in the softball throw and 880 run. Nurse, who owns two records in the hurdles, is fighting a comeback. She is recovering from a bad case of mononucleosis. Other letter-winners include Linda Gradoville, Cindy Ericson, Lori Julich, Carol Schon, Ann Tiefenthaler, Julie Thies, Lori Thein, Debbie Bellinghausen, Joan Wiskus, Kristy Loew, Lil Smith, Brenda Reimari and Mary Ann Halbur. Sizing Up: Shot Put: Lil Smith, Jane Otto and Kelly Green are the top candidates according to Davis. Softball Throw: O'Leary and Schon are the best. Long Jump: The veteran Schon heads this event. Another possibility is Rosie Drapcho. Discus: The top two choices are Thein and Otto. High Jump: School record-holder Thies, only a sophomore, is back. Hurdlers: The best hurdlers are Nurse, Ericson, Thein, Wiskus and Loew. Sprinters: Five girls head this event. They are Tiefenthaler, Gradoville, Julich, Bellinghausen and Reiman. Quarter-milers: The top five include Julich, Halbur, Bellinghausen, O'Leary and Heinrichs. Half-Milers: O'Leary heads the group. Others in contention are Drapcho and Sherrie Staples. Milers: Heinrichs heads the list, but freshman Mary Knoblauch and Melanie Comito have looked good. Knight Notes: Assisting Davis this spring on the boys' and girls' program are Tom Ryan who handles the girls' sprinters and hurdlers; Dennis Hennigan who assists the boys' distant runners; Don Templemeyer who works with Girls, See Page 8 "AA" City Cage Champions — Commercial Savings made it a sweep Sunday night as they downed Carroll Glass, 52-42, for the "AA" title in the City Recreational Cage Tournament. Commercial Savings had earlier won the "AA". league championship. Members front row from left, Jim Egli, Dave Koester, Jerry Spieler and Glenn Riesselman. Back row from left, Wayne Chandlee, Mike Barrett, Tom Hayes and Dan Mack. fircstonc ALL-AMERICAN 4-PLY POLYESTER CORD FIRESTONE DELUXE CHAMPION A78-13 5-rib design 95 Blackwall Plus S 1.74 F.E.T. and old tire. BLACKWALLS Size B78-13 C78-14 D78-14 E78-14 F78-14 Price S 21.95 22.95 23.95 24.95 26.95 Size G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 L78-15 Price S 27.95 29.95 28.95 30.95 32.95 * * * All prices plus S 1.84 to S 3.08 F.E.T. and old tire. Whitewalls add S 3. Returning Kuemper Lettermen — —Slalf Photos Shown above are the 15 returning lettermen on the Kuemper boys' track squad which opens their season Tuesday in a triangular at Denisori. Front row from left Brian Greteman, Kirk Lengeling, Roger Schrad, Dave Schwaller, Doyle Engelen, Tim Gradoville and Dennis Rutten. Back row from left, Rick Friedman, Ed Staiert, Kevin Tessmer, Ryan Harnack, PaulLudwig, Tom Kalkhoff, Mark Kloser and Mark Reicks. Sport Glances Sweden finished second, after defeating Finland, which wound up third, 5-1 in the final round of matches Sunday. Wrestling Winners The Future Kuemper Wrestling Tournament was held Saturday and there were 30 boys crowned champions according to Knight mat Coach Terry Shannon. The winners include Mike Whaley, Doug Siepker, Bob Mosher, Mike Eischeid, Curt Promes, Mark Ebner, Dan Prebeck, Ted Eischeid, Tom Riesenberg, Rich Promes, Jim Ericsbn, Dave Schoeppner, Tom Kasperbauer, Dan Berning, Bob Warnke, Pat Gradoville, Dale Oswald, Tom Hallinan, Paul Halbur, John Halbur, Clair O'Rourke, Mike McDermott, Tim Kramer, Dick Wernimont. Matt Furey, John Mosher, Mark Hammen, Paul Espennover, Jerry Espenhover and Ed Vanderheiden. Cage Champions Commercial Savings and the Carroll Jaycees captured basketball crowns in the City Recreational Tournament which wound up Sunday. Commercial Savings won the "AA" battle, 52^2, over Carroll Glass, while the Jaycees turned back previously-unbeaten Don's Place, 64-62,.for the "A" crown. In third-place games Sunday afternoon at Carroll High School, the Red Carpet Lounge downed General Electric, 48-42, in an "A" contest and the Schlitzers whipped Denny's of Westside in the "AA" game, 56-48. Two large trophies were awarded to the two champions. The trophies were donated by Nockel's Clothiers and Pizza Hut. Seeded Fourth Sportsman's of Ankeny, Iowa, is seeded fourth and draws a first-round bye in the Amateur Athletic Union women's national basketball tournament that begins Tuesday. Top-seeded Wayland Baptist of Plainview, Tex., leads the field of 24 teams and is favored to win its third straight championship. Sixteen non-seeded teams will play Tuesday, with quarter-finals set for Thursday, semi-finals Friday and the championship Saturday. Oaks Triumph The Iowa Oaks of the American Association faced major league pitching Sunday but came away from the baseball game with a 1-0 win over Knoxville. Knoxville is the Chicago White Sox Class AA affiliate. The team borrowed Wilbur Wood and Terry Forster from the parent club. They combined to' hold the Oaks to one unearned run and five hits, but that was enough as Butch Stinson and Fred Anyzeski shut out Knoxville on five hits. The Oaks' run carfie in the fifth inning when Mike Ondina walked and went to second base on an infield out. He scored when Knoxville third baseman Don Seidholz committed a throwing error on Tony La Russa's grounder. McClannahan Leads ISU Don McClannahan drove in six runs to lead Iowa State University to a. doubleheader sweep in college baseball Sunday. The Cyclones defeated Benedictine 7-6 in the first game as McClannahan had three runs batted in. Iowa State bounced Missouri Western 14-4 in the nightcap as Del Ochsner and Gary Loes hurled a five-inning four-hitter. Connors Rallies Jimmy Connors came from a 4-1 deficit in each set to defeat Roscoe Tanner 6-4, 6-4 and capture first prize money of $35,000 in the $200,000 Tennis Games. Bowling Winner , Top-seeded Mark Roth of Staten Island, N.Y., downed Larry Laub of San Francisco 235-202 in the championship match to win a $100,000 Professional Bowlers Association open tournament in St. Louis. 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