Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 5, 1976 · Page 7
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Friedman, Gradoville Lead Knights By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) HOLSTEIN - Rick Friedman was Kuemper's only first-place finisher in the 38th Annual Holstein Relays here Friday. Ames, led by record-setting pole vaulter Joe Milliken, captured the Class AA title for the third straight time, rolling up 88 points. Taking second-to the Little Cyclones was Sioux City East with 42'/2 points. Kuemper placed seve.nth in -the eight-school field with 13 points. Friedman, with only four days of practice, leaped six feet, one inch to take top honors in the open high jump, beating out Wall Lake junior Mike'Olerich who went six feet. .'•.•• The Knights, who host Boone in a dual meet Tuesday at the Carroll .Athletic Field, got another individual place-winner in junior Tim Gradoville. Gradoville took fifth in the open two mile run with a time of 10:12. Cherokee's'Tim Holton won in 9:57.5. The Knights got other points in the medley and mile relays, taking third 'and fifth respectively. Running on the medley team were Bob Kelly, Kirk Lengeling, Rick Friedman' and Steve Eischeid. Their time was 3:51.4. Heelah of Sioux City won the event in 3:46 flat. ' Members of the Knight mile unit which ran 3:42.2 were Friedman, Lengeling, Eischeid and Ryan Harnack. Kuemper didn't place in the 440 yard relay, but the team of Kelly. Lengeling. Friedman and Paul Ludwig had a time of 47 seconds flat which qualified them for the Drake Relays later this month. "Overall-I was pleased with the performances of most of our kids," commented Knight Head Coach John Davis. "I compare this meet to our first big meet last year, the Hi Covey Relays in Ames. It was tough competition." "We wanted to do well in the medley relay and try to • qualify the 440 relay for Drake and we were able to do that," continued Davis. Davis had hoped that Friedman and Gradoville would do well in the high jump and two mile run respectively and he was .pleased with their efforts. He also cited miler Brian Greteman. "I was impressed with his time. He was only two seconds off his best time of a year ago." ' Two area schools, Glidden-Ralston and Wall Lake, . competed in Class B. Glidden-Ralstpn finished third with 19'/ 2 points as Twin rivers of Bode won with 28'V points. Wall Lake grabbed sixth-place out of nine schools with 12 points; Heading Glidden-Ralston's effort was their 440 yard relay team which zipped to first in a time of 46.5. Running on the unit were Brian Johnson, Mike Hunt, Mark Mc'Crea and Mark Nobiling.' The Wildcats, who added a second in the 880 yard relay, also picked up third and fourth in the 100 yard dash. McCrea, who will attend Buena Vista College and play football, ran third in 10.7 and Nobiling took fourth in 10.8. .' Wall Lake was paced by Olerich.who took second in the high jump. Teammate Gregg • Schrader grabbed fourth in the open long jump with a best Gar-roll Captures 2 DeMolay Titles .the Hugh de Payen Chapter, Order of DeMolay of Carroll captured the open and junior division state basketball championships in Des Moines over the weekend. The open division, coached • Glances (Continued From Page 6) Roy Dahforth announced his resignation and assistant Jim Boeheim has been.named as his successor. ' - - New Davidson Boss Dave Pritchett, assistant coach at the University of Maryland, was named head coach at Davidson College, replacing Gary Walters, who decided to go back to Dartmouth and coach, Signs With Washington Running back Calvin' Hill, who played six years with the Dallas Cowboys before defecting to Hawaii of the World, Football League, signed a . multi-year contract with the Washington Redskins. Dinah Shore Winner Judy Rankin charged from the pack and beat Betty Burfeindt by two strokes to win the $200;000 Dinah Shore Winner's. Circle Golf Championship with a final round 68 and a three-untler-par 285. by Dale Petersen, Whipped Cedar Rapids in the title game, while the defending junior division champs, coached by Ted Edwards, whipped East Des Moines, 44-27. in their title game. The Carroll open division team downed Algona in overtime, Creston. Marion and Oelwein to reach the finals. . Leading the way in the tournament were Tim Fredrickson, an Iowa University student, who scored 77 points; Jim Petersen who had 55 points; Iowa State student Jeff Petersen who tallied 39 points; Jim Molitor who scored 32 points- and Delane Hutcheson who scored 24 points. Other players on the open' division squad were Jim Sides, Kim Ingerslev. Chuck Daniels, Mike Reser. Rod S c h o n b e r.ge r', Mike- Cattermole and Dave Olson. Dan Tigges, Master Councilor of the Chapter, was manager. The junior division team downed 'Mason City, Oelwein and Clinton to reach the title game. Brad Edwards led the team in scoring with 65 points, followed by Neil Hutcheson with 33, Jeff Venteicher with 21 and Scott Forbes with 20: Other junior team members • •were Mike Farrell, Bob Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Aprils, 1976 ' of 19 feet, five inches. The Comets also placed fifth in the two mile relay, 880 yard relay and medley relay. There were only two records set in the three-class meet. Milliken raised the pole vault standard to 14 feet and Cherokee's Holton took the two mile, the first time it has ever been run. Class A A Scoring: Ames 88, Sioux City East 42'/i, Sioux City Heelan 38. Sioux City North 28, Sioux Falls O'Gorman 18, Sioux City West 17, Kuemper 13 and Cherokee 11. Open Event Results: Two Mile Run — 1. Tim Holton, Cherokee, 9:57.5; 2. Scott Thiel, Ames; 3. Bill Leibold, Ames; 4. Bob Smith. Heelan; 5. Tim Gradoville, Kuemper, 10:12.0. Mile Run — 1. ChuckGratto. Ames,4:35.8; 2. Owen Herrnstadt, Ames; 3. . Jeff O'Brien, Heelan. 180 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Kyle Mathews. Ames. 20.5; 2. Tom Yaneff. Heelan; 3. Jerry Haack. LeMars Gehlen. High Jump— 1. Rick Friedman, Kuemper, 6-1; 2. Mike Olerich, Wall Lake; 3. tie Jerry Cameron, Sioux City East and Mark Radke, Aurelia. Discus — 1. Jeff Lukens, O'Gorman, 154-0; 2. Dan Shortenhaus, Sioux City East; 3. Ron Switzer, Si.oux City East. Pole Vault — 1. Joe Milliken, Ames. 14-0; It Dan McClure. Heelan; 3. Ron Bultje, Sioux City North. Long Jump — 1. Dave Minnick, Ames, 20-9; 2. Brian Ludwig. Hinton; 3. Kyle Mathews.. Ames. Class A A Results: 120 Yard High Hurdles — 1. • Blincow, Phil Jones. Steve O'Connor. Jason Sanford. Skip Anneberg, Scott Hackett, Greg Forbes, Jon Merritt. Mike S.chaefer, Bob Shields. Mike Shields, Scotty Towers. Craig Osborn and Phil Larson. There were 500 boys registered in the competition, representing 25 chapters and 40 teams. A banquet at the Za-Ga-Zig Shrine Masonic Temple was held Saturday night when all the trophies were presented. The guest speaker was Wayne Cooley. executive secretary of the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union. Sponsors and drivers were Mr. and'Mrs*. Norman Hutcheson. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Edwards and George towers. Carroll- contingent stayed at the Ramada inn Downtown. Tom Yaneff, Heelan, 15.1; 2. Kyle Mathews, Ames; 3. Jim Bump, Ames. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Craig Swigart, Sioux City East, 10.3;. 2. Tracy Arnold, Ames; 3. Dave Smith, Ames. Two Mile Relay — 1. Ames, 8:20; 2. Sioux City West; 3. Sioux City Heelan. Shot Put — 1, Jeff Lukens, O'Gorman, 58-1: 2. Rich Sandve, Ames; 3. Dan Shortenhaus, Sioux City East. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Ames, 1:32; 2. Sioux City East; 3. Sioux City West. Medley Relay — 1. Heeian, 3:46.0; 2. Sioux City North; 3. Kuemper, 3:51.4. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Ames, 44.3; 2. Sioux City North: 3. Sioux City East. Mile Relay — 1. Ames. 3:32.2; 2. Heelan; 3. Sioux City North; 4. Sioux City East; 5. Kuemper, 3:42.2. Kuemper Gains Tie Friedman Takes 880 and Mile MACOMB, \\\. — Former Kuemper standout distant runner Bob Friedman won two events for Northern Iowa University here Saturday, in a dual meet with Western Illinois University. Friedman captured the mile run in 4:25.4 an'd later won the half in 1:56-4. Western Illinois took the dual." 102-61. at COON RAPIDS - Kuemper and Coon Rapids battled to a 174-174 tie in the Knights' golf . opener here Friday. Chuck Danner of Kuemper was the medalist in the meet with a 41. Other Knight'scores include Joe Kruse with a 42, Scott Tessmer with a 43 and TimGutewitha48. Jeff Heiderscheit led Coon Rapids with a 42. followed by Jeff Molander at 43, Jeff Stenstrom at 44 and Doug Halverson with a 45. Kuemper won the junior varsity meet. 178 to 203. as Larry Rettenmaier and Mike Mosher fired 43s for the winners. Teammates Mike Lappe and Jim Schleisman added 46s. Kuemper's next meet is Thursday at Denison. Kuemper Gals Win Opener The Kuemper girls' golf squad opened their season Friday at the Carroll Country Club, beating Coon Rapids. 205 to236. Mary Ann Greteman led the Knights with a 47. Other Kuemper scores were Debbie Burg with a 50. Jujie Stalzer with a 51 and Diane Kasperbauer with a 57. Gayla Long and Connie Herbert led Coon Rapids with 54s. followed by Becky Olsen with a 61 and Cheryl Bowman with a 67. Kuemper captured the junior-varsity match. 245 to • 288. as Beth Happe carded a 57. Patty Johnson had a 66 for the losers. Kuemper's next meet is Tuesday at the Carroll Country Club against Manning. - Freshmen, Sophomore Girls -SUK Photo Members of .the Carroll High School freshmen and sophomore team that will compete with the varsity this spring are shown above. Front row from left, manager Marilyn Uhlenkamp, Toni Gilbert, Twyla Ruchti, Joni Becker, Ann Mankin and Jennifer Larson. Back row from left, Jody Kurth, Deb Cattermole, Penny Gordin, Pat Heller and Sher Hoffman. 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