Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 7, 1976 · Page 17
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 17

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 7, 1976
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Lake City Teams Roll; Girls Steal Show By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) SAC CITY-The girls stole the show record-wise here in the 30th Annual Good Indian Relays Tuesday. Of the 10 records set, nine came in the girls' division while the only mark recorded in the boys' class came in the medley relay by Sac City with a time of 3:41.5 which should be good enough to qualify for the Drake Relays. Lake City won the final event — the mile relay — to take the girls' crown with 82 points.s edging defending champion Lake View-Auburn by a scant "point. Carroll placed fourth in the six-school field with 45 points. In the boys' class, Carroll fared much better, taking second behind Lake City. The Eagles ran up 77 points to Carroll's 55. Third went to host Sac City with 52 points. Girls'Meet Carroll came up with two first-places as Rachel Harmening won the high jump, her specialty, in the afternoon with a best of four feet, eight inches. Rachel Harmening. who owns several school records, became ill and didn't compete in any other events. The Tigerettes' 440 yard relay team claimed one of the new meet marks, turning in a 55.7 clocking. Running on the 440 yard unit were Ann Mankin, Janet Conrad, Sher Hoffman and Susan Skinner. The Tigerettes, who will compete in the Tiger-Wildcat Invitational Friday at the Carroll Athletic Field, added one second, that by Skinner in the open 220 yard dash. Carroll came up with a ELKS' CLUB STAG NITE Thursday April 8 Installation of 1976-1977 Officers. The Ladies are invited this evening. Steaks in Wine Sauce and Salad Bar served from 6:30 until 9:30 p.m. bunch of third-places from Lori Harmening in the long jump and 880 yard run; Ann Mankin in the 100; and Twyla Ruchti in the mile. George Lansink's squad also produced two thirds in relay events — the distance medley and the 880 yard medley. Running on the distance medley were Joni Becker, Cindy Feldt, Sue Millender and Ruchti. The 880 team consisted of Lori Harmening, Hoffman, Becker and Skinner. • Carroll had one fourth-place finisher in Deb Onken in the shot and got fifths from Liz Bowman in the shot and Laurie Teague in the 440. The Tigerettes also gained points by taking a fourth in the mile relay and a fifth in the 400 shuttle relay.. Running on the mile team were Toni Gilbert, Teague, Eva Klenk and Jennifer Larson. The shuttle team was composed of Feldt, Hoffman, Becker and Mankin. Leading Lake City to the team crown individually was Zoe Folkers who set a new meet mark in the 440 with a 1:03.6 time. She also won the 220 in 29.3. Folker's teammate, Jean Block, set a meet record with a 6; 12.3 time in the mile. Block also added a second in the high jump and a third in the 100 meter hurdles. Lake View-Auburn's effort was led by JoAnn Tjaden who ' set a new mark in the 220 yard low hurdles with a 34.1 time. She also won the 100 meter hurdles. Tjaden's teammate on the basketball floor, freshman Sara Wernimont, was also outstanding, as she anchored the record-setting distance medley team and finished second in the mile. Other girls' records were by Rockwell City's Pam Stumpf in the long jump; by Rockwell City's 880 yard relay team and Manning's Kathy Willenborg in the discus. Boys' Meet The sophomore-dominated Tigers were led by Steve Schechtman who grabbed firsts in the long jump at 19-4 and in the 440 at 54.4. Schechtman also gained a third in the 100 and anchored the mile relay team to a third-place finish in the night's final event. Another sophomore, Jim Molitor, performed well. He was second in the high jump and 180 yard low hurdles; fifth in the 120 yard high hurdles and ran a 440 leg on the mile relay team. Carroll, which will compete in the Monarch Relays Friday at Denison. claimed other seconds from Dave Sunderman in the shot and sophomore Roger Riesberg in the 880. In the two mile run, the Riesberg twins, Richard and Roger, ran third and fourth respectively. In field events, Sunderman added a fourth in the discus. Dan Onken a fourth in the shot and Ken Olsen a fifth in the pole vault. Carroll claimed third-place in three relays — the 440, mile and two mile. The 440 team consisted of Scott Shields, Bob Blincow Brad Edwards and Onken. while the mile unit was composed of Molitor, Schechtman. Tom Prenger and Mike Reser. The two mile team was made up of Edwards, Reser, Prenger and Dean Olerich. The Tigers added a fourth in the medley relay with Frank Ferren, Blincow, "Edwards and Richard Riesberg doing the running. Lake City used depth in rolling to the team crown. They were paced by individual winners. Brent Kutz in the two mile; Rick Blair in the high jump; and Dan Moulds in the mile. Lake View-Auburn's Brent Wicker was the only triple-winner, taking the 100 in 10.8. the 220 in 22.5 and the 180 yard low hurdles in 22 seconds flat. Girls' Team Scoring: Lake City 82, Lake View-Auburn 81. Rockwell City 53, Carroll 45, Sac City 42 and Manning 23. Boys'Team Scoring: Lake City 77. Carroll 57. Sac City 52, Manning 48, Rockwell City 44 and Lake View-Auburn 32. Boyj' Results: Two Mile Run - t. Brent Kuti (LC), 10:05.3; 2. Scott Hcndricks (LC); 3. Richard Riesberg (C). Shot Put — 1. Craig Lee (M), 41-4; 2. Dave Sunderman (C); 3. Dave Beach (SO. High Jump — ]. Rick Blair (LC), 5-6; 2. Jim Molitor (C); 3. Mark Harris (RC). Pole Vault — I. Tom Galbrallh (SC), 11-5; 2. Erin Maguire (RC); 3 Bill Hlggins and Jim Conrad (LC) Discus — 1. Arlan Hechtner (SC) 123-tt; 2. Kurt McCaulley (LC); 3 Brent Wicker (LVA). 120 Yard High Hurdles — t. Bob Tank (M), 16.4; 2. Max Lundgren (LVA); 3. Dave Cowling (LC). Long Jump — 1. Steve Schechtman (C), 19-4; 2. Brian Joens (M); 3. Tom Gulbranson (LC). Two Mile Relay Carroll Daily Times Herald Section B Carroll, Iowa, Wednesday, April 7, 1976 Page 13 Cincy's Anderson to Go With Relievers 1. Sac City, 8:30. 2. Lake City; 3. Carroll. 100 Yard Dash — 1 Brent Wicker (LVA). 10-8; 2. Bob Tank (M); 3. Steve Schechtman (C). 230 Yard Dash - I. Brent Wicker (LVA). 22.5; 2. Dave Hanlon (RC); 3. Brian Joens (M). Mile Run — 1. Dan Moulds (LC). 4:58.3; 2. Larry Walters (M); 3. Craig Hildreth (RC). 880 Yard Relay I. Sac City 1:38.3; 2. Lake City; 3. Lake View-Auburn. 440 Yard Dash - 1. Steve Schechl- man (C). 54.4; 3. Dave Hanlon (RC); 3. Roger Wiese (M). 180 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Brent Wicker (LVA), 22.0; 2. Jim Molitor (C); 3. Jim Opperman (M). Medley Relay — 1. Sac City, 3:41.5, new record; 2. Lake City; 3. Lake City. 880 Yard Run — 1. Joe Feld (RC), 2:15.4; 2. Roger Rlesbero.; 3. John Johnson (RC). 440 Yard Relay — I. Sac City; 2. Lake City; 3. Carroll. Mile Relay — 1. Manning, 3:42.7, J. Rockwell City; 3. Carroll. Girls' Results: 100 meter Low Hurdles — 1. JoAnn Tjaden (LV-A), 1M; 2. Lori Cor- dcman (LC); 3. Jean Block (LC). High Jump — 1. Rachel Harmening (C), 4-B; 2. Jean Block (LC); 3. Joan Von Ahn (SO. Softball Throw — 1. Lori Emmlng (RC), 169-7; 2. Becky Buse (LV-A); 3. Norrine Fclker (M). Shot Put — 1. Julie Lelnen (M). 32-10Vj; J. JoAnn Tjadcn (LVA); 3. Pat Mally (LC). Distance Medley Relay — 1. Lake View-Auburn, 4:45.5. new record; 2. Sac City; 3. Carroll Long Jump — 1. Pam Slum- pel (RC), new record, 15-l'/«; 2. Kathy Finley (LC); 3. Lori Harmening (C). 100 Yard Dash — 1. Carol Lowenborg (RC), 12.5; 2. Cathy Finley (LC); 3. Ann Mankin (C). 440 Yard Dash i. Zoc Folkers (LC), new record, 63.6; 2. Brenda Legore (RC) • 3. Alice Wenck (LC). Discus - 1. Kathy Wfllenborg (M), 96-0, new record; 2. Sandy Stanfleld (LC)' 3 Mary JoSudbcck (LVA) 8BO Yard Relay - 1. Rockwell City, 1:55.9, new record; 2. Lake View- Auburn; 3. Lake City. 880 Yard Run - 1. Sara Wcrnlmont (LVA), 2:42.4, new record; 2, Becky Buse (LVA); 3. Lori Harmening (C). 220 Yard Dash - 1. Zoe Folkers (LC), 29.3; 2. Susan Skinner (C); 3. Sherri Wallers (LC). Shuttle Relay — 1. Lake View-Auburn, 61.9; 2. Rockwell City; 3. Sac City. 220 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. JoAnn Tjaden (LVA), 34.1., new record; 2. Becky Buse (LVA); 3. Lori Cordeman (LC), B80 Yard Medley Relay - 1. Rockwell City 2:05.7; 2. Lake City; 3. Carroll. Mile Run — 1. Jean Block (LC), 6:12.3, new record; 2. Sara Wernlmont (LVA); 3. Twyla Ruchtl (C). 440 Yard Relay -- 1. Carroll, 55.7, new record; 2. Rockwell City; 3. Sac City. Mile Relay — 1. Lake City, 4:38.0; 2. Lake View-Auburn; 3. Sac City. By The Associated Press Gary Nolan finds himself on the mound for Thursday's 1976 baseball opener in Cincinnati. But he won't find himself there very long, according to Manager Sparky Anderson. Anderson has indicated that he'll pull his starters in favor of relief pitchers early in the season in order to guard against sore arms. The Houston Astros can expect to see at least one reliever — and maybe even a parade. The defending world champions have one of the strongest bullpens in baseball and Anderson went through one extravagantly long stretch last year without a starter finishing a game. While the Reds face J.R. Richard in their traditional opener at home, a step ahead of the rest of the National League, the first shot of the American League wars will be fired in Milwaukee where the Brewers host the New York Yankees. Catfish Hunter will pitch for New York against Milwaukee's Jim Slaton. Those two games will be the only ones played on Opening Day, but they'll trigger a weekend landslide. In Friday's National League action, the Montreal Expos will send Steve Rogers against Tom Seaver of the New York Mets; Don Sutton will pitch for the Los Angeles Dodgers against San Francisco's John Montefusco; Atlanta's Phil Neikro will duel Randy Jones of San Diego and Chicago's Ray Burris faces the St. Louis Cardinals and Lynn McGlothen. American League action Friday features Boston's Ferguson Jenkins against Baltimore's Jim Palmer; Kansas City's Paul Splittorff vs. Chicago's Wilbur Wood: Minnesota's Best Blyleven against Texas' Gaylord Perry and Oakland's Mike Torrez vs. California's Frank Tanana. The major leagues will play 11 games on Saturday and 13 more on Sunday to wrap up a busy first weekend. Nolan staged one of baseball's great comebacks in 1975 to help the Reds win the National League pennant. More Sports See Page 14,15 Van Hue sen Splendor Knit "The Anytimers" shirt to wear with or without a tie Exclusive One-piece No-seam Convertible Van Dual Collar Solids Fancy $12°° DurkttU Iflm- fet anft imru^ ilfilra Friedman Qualifies for Drake — Kuemper's Rick Friedman strains to leap six-feet, attempt last year. Boone's overall balance proved too four-inches in the high jump. 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