Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 1, 1976 · Page 5
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SPORTS Tigers Field Young Squad By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) For the second straight spring the Carroll High School boys' track squad will have a "young" look. "Basically, we're still quite young," commented Head Coach Bill Foval who is beginning his fifth year as boss. "As the season progresses, the strongest part of our team will be our distance runners," continued Foval. have moved to Manson and Curt Houlihan has moved to Minnesota. Last year Larry Britton recorded a 4:52 mile, while brother Mark wasn't far behind at 5:01 which isn't bad for freshmen. "I think we'll score in meets of our size," added Foval who is being assisted by Leo Steffen. "In the bigger meets, we'll have a hard time scoring since we're so young." The Tigers, along with the Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thurtday, April I, 1976 Long Jump: Schechtman is the top candidate. He had a best a year ago of 19 feet, five inches. Pole Vault: There are no returning lettermen in this event. Top candidates include Tony Hulsebus, MikeSchaefer and Lynn Gesell. Sprinters: Schechtman heads this group which also includes Hallinan, Scott Shields, Dan Onken and Frank Ferren. Quarter-milers: Schechtman heads this event. He ran 54 seconds plus a year ago. Other 440 men are Mike Reser, Tom Prenger, Molitor and Forbes. Half-milers: Eight men are half-milers. The list includes Reser, Forbes, Edwards, Prenger, Todd Buck, Mike Sapp and Dean Olerich. Milers: The Riesberg twins, Richard and Roger, head this event. Another boy expected to help is Steve Esbeck. Two Milers: This group will consist of some milers and half milers. Hurdlers: Veterans Molitor and Anderson are back. Olerich and Bob Blincow are expected to help. Mile Relay: Schechtman, Reser and Molitor return from last year. They broke several records as freshmen. Two Mile Relay: Edwards, Prenger, Reser and Buck return. They all have experience in this event. Roster: Barry Anderson, Steve Esbeck, Dan Onken, Dave Sunderman, Todd Buck, Brian Gehllnq, Jim Hallinan, Mike Heuton, Tom Prenger, Dean Olerich, Scolt Shields, Mike Smith, Rick White. John Wright, Chuck Wittrock, Brad Edwards, Frank Ferren, Tony Hulsebus, Ron Kruse, Jim Molitor, Richard Riesberg, Roger Riesberg, Mike Reser, Tim Rhoades, Mike Schaeler, Steve Schechtman, Bob Blincow, Scott Forbes, Lynn Gesell, Brad Hoffman, Mark Knauss, Ron Knauss, Steve Knauss, Larry Mlllender, Steve O'Connor, Duane Onken, Bruce Relman, Mike Sapp, Jim Schaefer, Mike Shields, Steve Slkkema, Gay Tenold, and Manager Scott Hackett. Apr. 6 Apr. 9 Apr. 13 Apr. J1 Apr. J7 May 1 May-I May 6 Mays May 11 May 14 May 17 May 21 Carroll Jr.-Sr. High Track Schedule Good Indian Sac City Monarch Relays Denison Carroll Relays Carroll S.C. Invll. Sac Clly Con. Track Jefferson Jeff. Invlt. Jefferson Wheeler Relays Audubon Carroll Relays Carroll Tiger Veterans — -Slofl I'holo City Co-Ed Tiger Relays District M.V. Relays Conference Carroll Guth. Center Mapleton Lake City Shown above are the returning Carroll and Roger Riesberg. Back row from left, High School track lettermen. Front row Steve Prenger, Mike Heuton, Steve from left, Richard Riesberg, Jim Molitor, Schechtman, Barry Anderson, Dave Todd Buck, Brad Edwards, Mike Reser Sunderman, Dan Onken and Scott Shields. Cage Stars Sparkle in Kuemper's Track Opener Bill Foval There are 12 returning lettermen, but only six are upperclassmen. The other six are sophomores. The only senior veterans on the squad of 42 are Barry Anderson and Dan Onken, while the four junior letter-winners include Todd Buck, Tom Prenger, Scott Shields and Mike Heuton. Returning veterans who lettered as freshmen a year ago include Jim Molitor, Steve Schechtman, Mike Reser and the Riesberg twins, Richard and Roger. Foval lost three sophomore lettermen that will hurt. The Britton twins, Larry and Mark Leo Steffen Tigerettes, will .open their season Tuesday in the Good Indian Relays at Sac City. Sizing-Up: Shot Put: Dan Onken and Dave Sunderman rate as the top two in this event, but Steve Schechtman is a possibility. Foval thinks his men will throw aboul^B feet. Discus: Onken, Sunderman and Schechtman are the leading candidates, but freshman Duane Onken could contend. Foval hopes for his men to toss the discus 130 feet. High Jump: Veteran Jim Molitor returns.. Other possibilities are Jim Hallinan, Brad Edwards and Scott Forbes. , By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) DENISON - Kuemper Head Track Coach John Davis wasn't expecting much help in the opening dual meet from the state tournament basketball team, but a couple of all-state cage players showed up and helped immensely. Behind the efforts of cage stars Rick Friedman and Bob Kelly, the Knights defeated Denison here Wednesday afternoon, 73-68,.on the Monarchs' all-weather track. Friedman captured his specialty, the high jump, with a leap of six-feet, using the "Fosbury Flop" for the first time in his career and won the 440 yard dash in 53.6. Kelly, known for his quickness and playmaking on the basketball floor, won the 100 yard dash in 10.7 and the 180 yard low hurdles in 21.9 and tied teammate Kirk Lengeling for top honors in the 220 yard dash in 24.7. "I was real pleased with most of our performances," commented Davis afterwards. "I thought we ran real well in the cold weather." "I just hope each meet we improve our times," added Davis who will send his squad to the Holstein Relays Friday. Besides Friedman and Kelly, Davis also cited the performances of Tim Gradoville who placed first in the mile at 4:45.9 and second in the half and Dave Schwaller who took first in the pole vault at 11 feet, six inches. "Gradoville's time in the mile was just one second off Russ Rupiper's best time of a year ago," Davis said. Rupiper is now running at the University of Northern Iowa. "And Schwaller started real well," continued the Knight head man. "He equalled his best height of a year ago.'' Sports Glances Restore Dunk The National Basketball Rules Committee restored dunking to college basketball. Hearing Scheduled A preliminary hearing was scheduled April 14 for Wichita State basketball 'star Robert Elmore and another athlete accused of burglary. Elmore and Rocky Garza, a Wichita State football player, were charged last week with breaking a liquor store window with a trash barrel and taking a case of beer. Little League Sign-up The Carroll Little League and Senior League will hold another sign-up this Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Westgate Mall. Boys from Carroll, Roselle, Arcadia, -Lidderdale, Mount Carmel, Templeton, Halbur and Willey are eligible to sign-up. The fee is $5 per boy. , Players from last year that have not turned in their uniforms are asked to turn in their uniform to their respective coach before sign-up. The two athletes, both 21, are scheduled to appear April 14 in Sedgwick County Court of Common Pleas on charges of burglary, theft and felonious destruction of property. They remain free on $1,000 bond each. Sloan Released After spending four days in a Raleigh hospital for observation, North Carolina State basketball Coach Norm Sloan was to be released today and continue recruiting efforts. Sloan said he suffered an eye injury when hit by the ball while playing racquet ball at the YMCA Monday. There was some hemorrhaging so he was hospitalized as a precaution, he said. From Ground Breaking to Open House Are your construction risks adequately protected? • Fred J. Dolezal • James J. Kratoska • Tom Dolezal • John H. Fortune • George Coffin MID-IOWA INSURANCE ASSOCIATES, INC. Z I 3 WEST FOURTH STREET CARROLL. IOWA S t 40 1 7t2 - 792-4324 In Trouble — -Statf Photo Steve Hodges (left) and Myron Halverson of the Carroll High School faculty have unidentified senior in trouble during annual faculty-senior basketball game Wednesday afternoon in the school's gym. Faculty won contest, 50-41. Put a halt to CRABGRASS before it starts! SCOTTS HALTS crabgrass preventer is an extra- special value during Scotts Early Bird Sale! Reg. Sale 2500 sq. ft. 10.95 9.45 5000 sq.ft. 20.95 17.95 Scotts EariyBiid Sale KLOSER SEED STORE Hwy. 30 West 792-9718 Carroll The Knights gathered other first-places in the 880 and medley relays. Running on the 880 yard unit were Paul Ludwig, Brad Reiman, Mike Templemeyer and Mark Thielen. Their time was 1:43.5. The winning medley team consisted of Ludwig, Reiman, Lengeling and Steve Eischeid. Their time was 3:58.6. Kuemper also sparkled in the freshman-sophomore meet, winning, 78-53, as John Loew and Mike Pottebaum picked up first-places in two events. Loew took the shot and discus as teammates Rick Lussman finished second in the shot and freshman Curt Augustus second in the discus. Pottebaum captured first in the long jump and the 100 yard dash and placed third in the 220. Other Knights taking first-places individually were John Brenny in the high jump; Randy Prebeck in the 880; and Mike Meshek in the two mile run. . Kuemper runners also placing high individually were Gary Ri'esselmah, Second in the 100 and 220; Kelly Drees, second in the 880 and high jump; Dan Stevens, second in the high hurdles; Dave Diers, second in the low hurdles and third in the long jump; and Greg Sernett, third in the mile and Marty Wessel, third in the high hurdles. The Knights also gained first-places in three relays — the 440, two mile and medley. Running on the 440 unit were Wessel, Matt Fangman, Jeff Kruse and Russ Grossman. Running on the two mile team were Bill Friedman, Dean Wuebker, Stevens and Drees and running on the medley squad were Fangman, Kruse, Friedman and Randy Goecke. Varsity Results: Shot Put — 1. Nelson (D), 47-11; 2. Knott (D); 3. Craig Wittrock (K). Discus — 1. Douglas Selected. Center Leon Douglas of Alabama has been voted Southeastern Conference basketball piayer of the year by sports writers and sportscasters who cover SEC games. Douglas, a senior, edged Tennessee sophomore Bernard King in the voting sponsored by the Tuscaloosa TipoffClub. Tom Kalkhoff (K). 115-2; 2. Kruthoff (D); 3. Kueck (D). Pole Vault — 1. Dave Schwaller (K), 11-6; 2. Von Tersch (D); 3. Ken Nurse (K). High Jump — 1. Rick Friedman (K), 6-0; 2. Bilstein (D). Long Jump — 1. Curnyn (D), 17-10; 2. Giddings(D); 3. Bob Ausman IK). Two Mile Run — 1. Marsh (D), 10:44; 2. Paul Baldus (K); 3. Brian Greteman (K). High Hurdles — 1. Ryberg, (D), 16.2; 2. Denny Rutten (K); 3. Kevin Tessmer(K). 100 Yard Dash — 1. Bob Kelly (K), 10.7; 2. Kirk Lengeling (K); 3. Curnyn (D). Two Mile Relay — 1. Denison 9:01.8. 220 yard Dash — 1. tie Kirk Lengeling and Bob Kelly (K), 24.7; 3. Christiansen (D). Mile Run — 1. Tim Gradoville (K|, 4:45.9; 2. Schultz (Dl;3. MarkKloser(K). 880 Yard Relay — 1. Kuemper (Paul Ludwig, Brad Reiman, Mike Templemeyer and Mark Thielen, 1:43.5. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Rick Friedman (K), 53.6; 2. Curnyn (D); 3. RyanHarnack(K). 180 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Bob Kelly (K) 21.9; 2. Ryberg (D); 3. Denny Rutten (K). Medley Relay— 1. Kuemper (Paul Ludwig, Brad Reiman, Kirk Lengeling and Steve Eischeid), 3:58.6. 880 Yard Run — 1. Mueting (D). 2:07.9; 2. Tim Gradoville (K); 3. Schultz (D). 440 Yard Relay — 1. Denison, 48.4. Mile Relay — 1. Denison, 3:39.5. SMILE Aw WLE*«M;A$E POWERS EQUIP. I'MiLOOKING Y TAKE THE ELEVATOR .LEFT NO THANKS. SHE'D HAVE NO USE FOR AN ELEVATOR- WE LIVE IN A BUNGALOW.) IT'S ON THE UP AND UP THAT CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT HAVE THE . 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