Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 12, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Glidden-Ralston Girls Repeat By Myron Williams For the second straight year, the Glidden-Ralston Wildcats have won the Tiger-Wildcat Relays Friday in Carroll Stadium scoring 82'/4 points. Nine records were broken in the 14-team meet, three by Glidden-Ralston, two by second-place finisher Irwin and one by the Carroll High girls. Outstanding meet performers were Marjean Nielsen, Glidden-Ralston, who won three events and broke two records and a freshman from Irwin, Karen Marcussen, who won two events, breaking both records. Miss Nielsen won the high jump, leaping Moot, 1-inch, breaking the record of 4-feet, 11-inches set by Auen of Wall Lake in 1975. She broke her 1975 record of 15.7 seconds by running 15.2 seconds in the 100 meter hurdles. Miss Nielsen also won the 220 low hurdles in 33.4 seconds. Miss Marcussen won the 100 yard dash in 11:85 seconds breaking the record of 11.9, set by Danner, G-R, in 1974. She also broke the record in the 220 yard dash in 27.1. The 1974 record, 27.7, was owned by Tim«t Herald, Carroll, la. f Monday, April 12, 1976 O Rosemary Holden of Scranton. G-R won the 10 flight shuttle hurdle relay in 1:09.5. This breaks Coon Rapids, 1973 record of 1:10.1. The Carroll girls broke their own record in the 440 yard relay in 54.8 seconds. Ann Mankin, Sheryl Hoffman, Janet Conrad and Sue Skinner topped the 1974 Tigerette record of 55.1. The Tigerettes set a new Carroll High record in the 880 yard relay in 1:56.2, though they finished third in the event. Denison won the relay in 1:54.5, with Audubon finishing second. Van Cleave of Guthrie Center broke her own record in the softball throw, hurling it 218-feet, 9 inches. Her 1973 record was 212-feet. The 880 yard relay record was broken by Denison in 1:54.5. Scranton's 1974 record was 1:55 Van Gundy of Lohrville broke the mile run record in 5:44.8. The 1974 record was owned by Jean Rostermundt of Manilla. Relays, See Page 7 Relays Crown to Denison; Kuemper 4th, Carroll 7th By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) DENISON — Denison captured the Class AAA crown Linus Goblirsch Cardboard chewing cattle may become more common during the next few years. Researchers say cellulose in cardboard provides a much better diet for cattle than newsprint materials which were experimented with for several years. Giving the new product the title, "Rumose", promoters are pushing for acceptance of treated corrugated boxes as a viable feed supplement in the feedlot for commercial feeders. Developers advocate grinding or pelleting of the Boxes, then mixing with whey (waste material from cheese making) or other materials to make the boxes more palatable. One of the key researchers for this project is Dr. John Campbell of the University of Missouri. Dr. Campbell says the process of manufacturing the boxes may increase their digestibility which "approaches or even exceeds the digestibility of common forages". For cattle, "box" lunch may take on a whole new meaning. in the Second Annual Monarch Relays here Friday night, rolling up 74 points to out-distance Missouri Valley which scored 51 points. Kuemper finished fourth with 48 points £nd city rival Manning Nips KHS Golfers MANNING — Brett Monson took medalist honors with a 38 and Manning downed Kuemper, 164 to 170, here Friday in boys' golf. Kevin Vollstadt and Kirk Huldeen were next best for the Bulldogs with 40s and Brad Bjorkgren fired a 46. Kuemper, now 0-2-1 on the season, was paced by Scott Tessmer who carded a 41. Other Knight scores were Joe Kruse with a 42, Scott Irlbeck with a 43 and Chuck Danner with a 44. The Knights remained unbeaten in three matches on the junior varsity level, whipping the young Bulldogs, 187 to 230. Pat Heider and Gary Snyder led Kuemper with 43s, followed by Scott Neppel with a 46 and Mark Belter with a 55. Manning was sparked by Jay Drees and Scott Stripling with 54s. 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Denison took the 3A division on the strength of four individual firsts, one relay first and good team balance. . Pat Sulliyan. an all-state basketball player, led Coach Chuck Van Hecke's championship team by taking the long jump with a best of 20 feet. 11'-a inches and the 880 yard run in 2:07.3. Kuemper Results /Gradoville, who won the two mile, added a third-place finish in the 880 yard run for the Knights with a time of 2:07.8. just five tenths off the winning time. Leading Kuemper's second-place finishers were Friedman who high jumped six feet. He lost to Keith Lauridsen of Audubon on misses. Also. Mark-Kloser got a second in the mile run. The Knights' other second-place came in the shuttle hurdle relay. They finished six tenths of a second back of Denison. Running on the team were Bob Kelly. Denny Rutten. 'Kirk Lengeling and Friedman. The Knights gained one third, that from Bob Kelly in the 100 yard dash in a time of 10.5. his best effort this season. Kelly also got a fifth in the long jump. Kuemper. which will compete in the Cyclone Plus'-4 20 F E T exchange '^,» tubeless. 4-ply rating * BIG TRADE IN ALLOWANCE ON CHANGEOVERS' 110 16LT I 16 F El. )ss. 4-ply i BIG TRADE IN ALLOWANCE ON CHANGEOVERSl BLISS TIRE SERVICE West on Highway 30 Invitational at Harlan Tuesday, got a fourth from the two mile relay. Members of the team were Steve Eischeid. Ryan Harnack and Bill and Randy Prebeck. • The Knights got fifth-places from Craig Wittrock in the shot: Paul Baldus in the two mile run: Lengeling in the 220 and the medley. 440 and mile relay teams. Running on the medley team were Lengeling, Eischeid. Friedman and Doyle Erigelen. Members of the 440 relay team included Paul Ludwig. Brad Reiman, Ed Staiert and Bob Foley. The mile unit consisted of. Reiman, Staiert, Engelen and Harnack. Carroll Results Carroll was led by Steve Schechtman who took second in the long jump at 20 feet, two inches". He also added a fourth in the 440 yard run. Teammate Jim Molitor ran well, taking second in the 180 yard low hurdles and third in the 120 yard highs. He also got a fifth in the high jump. The only other Tigers individually to place were Dan Onken fourth in the discus and Ken Olsen fifth in the pole vault. Carroll's best relay finish was in the shuttle hurdle relay where the team of Scott Shields, Bob Blincow. Dean Olerich and Molitor placed fourth. , The two mile unit of Tom Prenger. Brad Edwards. Scott Forbes and Mike Reser picked upa fifth. _ ,,, '.,.,. ... Class A A Results Sioux Center captured the 2A championship with 82, points as West Monona took second with 62. Area schools. Lake City and Lake View-Auburn, placed third and fourth respectively with 52 and 37 points respectively. ,. Lake City gained two first-places. Scott Hentricks won the mile in 4:44.5 and the two mile team of Henricks. Dan Moulds, Brian Johnson and Brent Kutz won in 8:53.9. Grabbing first for Lake View-Auburn were Brent Wicker in the 100 at 10.4 and in the 180 yard low hurdles at 21.2. Teammate Max Lundgren took the 120 yard high hurdles in 16.5. Grabbing seconds for Lake City were Osman in the 440; Dave Dowling in the 120 yard high hurdles and Kutz in the two mile run which was an open event. Getting seconds for Lake View-Auburn were Wicker in the 220 at 23.1 and the mile relay team which ran 3:53.7. Taking third-places for Lake City were Jim Conrad in the pole vault and high jump; Denny Moles in the 880 yard run and their mile and shuttle hurdle relay teams. Lake View-Auburn picked up a third in the 880 yard relay with a time of 1:43.2. Class A Results The Class A crown went to Sergeant Bluff with 61 points and second to Elk Horn-Kimballton with 57. Local teams. Bayard and Ar-We-Va. took fourth and fifth with 45 and 42 points respectively. Leading Bayard's effort was double-winner Ki'rby Gilson. He won the pole vault at 10-6 and the shot put with a heave of 53-7. He also got a second in the discus at 132-5"-!. Ar,-We-Va was sparked'.b'y" Ross Thiedeman who'.also claimed two firsts. He won the 120 yard highs in 15.5 and the 180 yard lows in 20.8. Thiedeman's teammate Dave Kock captured the discus with a 140-6 1 2 effort. Gaining a second for Bayard was Dale Belding in the long jump at 20-9 and Ar-We-Va's Paul Johnson in the high jump at 5-6. AAA Scoring: Denison 74, Missouri Valley 53. St. Edmond of Fort Dodge 51, Kuemper 48, Storm Lake 41. Audubon 23. Carroll 20 and Maple Valley of Mapleton 14. AA Scoring: Sioux Center 82, West Monona of Onawa 62, Lake City 52, Lake View-Auburn 37, Woodbury Central 30, Charter Oak-Ute 23 and Exira 19. A Scoring: Sergeant Bluff 61. Elk Horn-Kimballton 57, Battle Creek 47, Bayard 45, Ar-We-Va 42., East Monona of Moorhead 21. Oakland 19 and Schleswigl. Class AAA Results: Pole Vault — 1. Dave Schwaller (K), 12-0; 2. Dirk Christiansen (A); 3. Doug Pertle (MV). High Jump — 1. Keith Lauridesen (A), 6-0; 2. Rick Friedman IK); 3. Al Engebretsen (SL). Long Jump — 1. Pat Sullivan (D), 20-11'/ 2 ; 2. Steve Schechtman (C); 3. Des Keller (SE). Discus — 1. Terry Render (MV), 127-3; 2. Mark Kruthoff (D); 3. Jim Rand (MV). Shot Put — 1. Ty Knott (D) and-Dave Heller (SE), 49-2; 3. O'Connor (SE). 120 Yard High Hurdles — 1. Scott Ryberg (D), 16.0; 2. Jeff Riddelle (MV); 3. Jim Molitor (C). 100 Yard Dash — 1. John Cacloppo (SE), 10.5; 2. Jeff Qsmundson (SE); 3. Bob Kelly (K). Two Mile Relay — 1. Missouri Valley, 8:22.0; 2. Storm Lake; 3. Denison. 220 Yard Dash — L.John Cacioppo (SE), 23.0; 2. Todd Jensen (A); 3. Jeff Osmundson (SE). Mile Run — 1. Dave Vandivort (MV), 4:50.2; 2. Mark Kloser (K); 3. Gregg Kearney (MV).' 880 Yard Relay — 1. Denison, 1:36.9; 2. Storm Lake; 3. Audubon. 440 Yard Dash—Rick Friedman (K), 54.0; 2. Mike Curnyn (D); 3. Rickstrom (SL). 180 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Jeff Riddelle (MV), 2i:6; 2. Jim Molitor (C); S.Kevin Masten (D). Medley Relay — 1. Missouri Valley, 3:51.4; 2. St. Edmond; 3. Storm Lake. 880 Yard Run — 1. Pat Sullivan (D), 2:07.3; 2. Dave Vandivort (MV); 3. Tim Gradoville (K). 440 Yard Relay — 1. Storm Lake, 46.9; 2. St. Edmond; 3. Audubon. Mile Relay — 1. Storm Lake, 3:40.3; 2. Denison; 3. Missouri Valley. Open Events: Two Mile Run — Tim Gradoville (K), 10:00.1; 2. Brent Kutz (LC); 3. Steve Marsh (D). Shuttle Hurdle Relay: 1. Denison, 63.0; 2. Kuemper; 3. Lake City. Thies Sets Mark; Knight Gals 9th SIOUX CITY - Kuemper placed ninth out of 13 schools in the rugged Sioux City East Invitational girls' track meet here Saturday. The Knights' Julie Thies gained the team's only first place. The sophomore high jumped 5-2'2 for a new meet record and Kuemper school mark. The Knights' next best finish was in the mile run. Freshman Mary Knoblauch ran 6:02 for fourth. Kuemper got a fifth from Jean O'Leary in the softball throw and sixths from Gail Riesberg in the 100 yard dash. Lori Julich in the 220 yard dash and the 880 yard relay team of Kay Thielen. Mary Boes. Riesberg and Ann Tiefenthaler. ; Spencer captured the meet, piling up 91 points as Kathy Zieleinski won the 220 meter hurdles and 440 yard dash. Spencer also got firsts from Cindy Cook in the discus and Wendy Johnson in the mile run. The meet's outstanding- performer was Bonnie DeBoer of Western Christian of Hull as she led her team to a third-place finish. DeBoer won the long jump at 16-6: won the 100 in 11.land the 220 in 25.9. "It was a good, tough meet," commented Kuemper Coach Tom Ryan. "I thought, our girls looked good after running Friday night. I was satisfied." Kuemper is at Fort Dodge for a meet tonight. Team Scoring: Spencer 91. Sioux Falls Lincoln 77. Western Christian of Hull 72. Sioux City East 67. Sioux City North 494. Sioux City West 49. Sioux Falls Washington 45. South Sioux City 19. Kuemper 16. Yankton 13':-. Woodbury Central 1. Westwood of Sloan 1 and Sergeant BluffO. Kuemper Results: ' High Jump —' 1. Julie Thies, new record, 5-2'/j; Softball Throw -•> 5. Jean O'Leary, 183-0. 100 Yard Dash — 6. Gail Riesberg, 12.5. 880 Yard Relay — 6. (Kay Thielen, Mary Boes, Gail Riesberg and Ann Tiefenthaler), 1:58.7. Open 220 Yard Dash — 6. Lori Julich, 28.7. Mile Run — 4. Mary Knoblauch, 6:02. ' Final Results: Long Jump — Bonnie DeBoer, Western Christian, 16-6. Shot Put — 1. Jackie Reed, S.F. Lincoln, 35-7'/2. Discus — 1. Cindy Cook, Spencer, 98-1'/3. Softball Throw — 1. Deb Hansen, S.C. North, 196-9. Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. S.C. North, 1:08. 4. Distance Medley relay — 1. S.F. Lincoln, 4:24.5. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Bonnie DeBoer, Western Christian, 11.1. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Kathy Zieleinski, Spencer, 1:00.75. 880 Yard Relay— 1. S.C. East, 1:48.4. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Cindy Sea, S.C. North, 15.9. 880 Yard Run — 1. Ann Laise, S.F. Washington, 2:30.9. Shuttle Relay — 1. S.C. East, 53.2. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Bonnie DeBoer, Western Christian, 25.9. 220 Meter Hurdles — 1. Kathy Zieleinski, Spencer, 31.2. 880 Yard Medley — 1. S.C. West, 1:54.0. Mile Run — 1. Wendy Johnson, Spencer, 5:48.7. 440 Yard Relay — 1. S.C. East 51.5. Mile Relay — 1. S.C. West, 4:11.7. Sport Glances Softball Meeting The Carroll County Softball Association will hold a meeting. Wednesday. April 14th. in the city council chambers of city hall, according to President Bob Fasbender. The time of the meeting is 7 p.m. and all teams must have a representative present. Golf Captain Tim Esbeck, formerly of Clear Lake, has been elected co-captain of the golf team at Central College where he is a sophomore. A business major at Central, Esbeck is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Esbeck who now reside in Carroll. State Bowling New leaders emerged in two categories after the sixth week of competition in the men's state bowling tournament at Clinton, Gro-Alert Excavating of Mason City took the lead in the open division team event with a 3.044 score and Paul's Pool Hall of Muscatine grabbed second with 3.034. Midge Delaney of Dubuque took the all-events leads with 2.018 score.and also moved into second in the singles with a 717. Ron Britt of Waterloo holds the singles top with a 760 rolled the first week. Delaney rolled a 700 in the team event and had a 601 in doubles to go with his 717. He had a high scratch game of 277. Fritz Seamans of Iowa City moved into' a fourth-place tie with Larry Bright of Waterloo in the singles by rolling a 678. Ridgerunners of Newton remained the leader in the booster team category with its 2,882. The tournament runs for 13 weeks. Glances, See Page 7 ATTENTION International "Cycle" Planter Meeting for ALL OWNERS, PROSPECTS INTERESTED FARMERS 1 on TUESDAY EVENING April 13,1976 8:00 P.M. Sharp REUTER, inc 1307 Hwy. 30 West CARROLL, IOWA By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Unhappy Coaches Head track Coaches John Davis of Kuemper and Bill Foval of Carroll weren't happy with their teams' performances in the Second Annual Monarch Relays at Denison Friday night. While both coaches said the cold, windy weather had something to do with their teams' efforts, both mentioned the same word in describing team progress^ "Conditioning is what we must work on," commented Davis Sunday night. "The difference between us and Denison was conditioning," continued Davis whose team beat Denison in dual meet, 73-68, a little over a week ago. "•As a team we didn't show very well," Davis continued, "but we did have some good individual performances." "We need a lot of work," remarked Foval of his young, but talented squad. "We need a lot of conditioning." Kuemper's Davis cited several men for good efforts. "Tim Gradoville ran just outstanding. He set a meet mark in winning the two mile run and was just four tenths of a second off of the school mark. He also finished third in the 880 run, leading most of the way." "Also, I felt Paul Baldus ran a good two mile," Davis said. "And Mark Kloser ran his best race in his career in taking second in the mile. We weren't counting on him to place." Davis also cited pole vaulter Dave Schwaller, shot putter Craig Wittrock, sprinter Bob Kelly and hurdler Denny Rutten for either recording or equalling their best efforts of theseason. The Tigers' Foval cited Jim Molitor, Ken Olsen and Steve Schechtman for their efforts at Denison. "I thought Molitor ran pretty well. He ran those hurdle races solid. It was his best times thus far," Foval said. "Olesen vaulted his career best in the pole vault and Schechtman turned in his best in the long jump," added Foval. According to Foval, one Tiger might be on the sidelines for the annual Carroll Relays Tuesday. "Tom Prenger suffered a pulled muscle and his running Tuesday is questionable." Carroll Relays The Carroll Relays will be held Tuesday with the field events starting at 4 p.m. and the running preliminaries at 4:20. The finals will start at 5:45 p.m. with the last event scheduled for 8:35, according to Carroll Athletic Director Al Molitor. There will be a Class A field and B field. Denison is the favorite in Class A which also will include Audubon, Jefferson, Manning, Rockwell City, Sac City, St. Edmond of Fort Dodge and Carroll. Glidden-Ralston and Lake City head the B field which also includes Ar-We-Va, Coon Rapids, Dunlap, Schleswig, East Greene and Manilla. Softball Meeting The Carroll County Softball Association will hold a meeting. Wednesday. April 14th, in the city council chambers of city hall, according to President Bob Fasbender. 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