Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 13, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS KHS Gals 3rd in Quadrangular FORT DODGE - A tired Kuemper girls' track squad finished third in a quadrangular meet here Monday night. Fort Dodge won the four-school meet, rolling up 128 points as Webster City finished second with 71 points. Kuemper was next with 51 points and Eagle Grove last with 50. It marked the third meet in the last four days for Kuemper Coach Tom Ryan's squad. "Our times weren't that bad. Fort Dodge is real strong and Webster City is tough in the sprint races," commented Ryan. "We were real happy with our freshmen and sophomores. They showed up well against some good senior competition," added Ryan. The young Knights got two first-places. Sophomore Julie Thies continued her winning ways in the high jump, leaping five feet and senior Jean O'Leary took the softball throw with a toss of 183 feet, three inches. Two freshmen and one sophomore gai,ned second-places for Kuemper. Freshmen Gail Riesberg ran 12.8 in the 100 and Mary Knoblauch 5:58.6 in the mile. Sophomore Rosie Drapcho was timed in 2:34.3 in the 880 yard run. Taking thirds for Kuemper were freshman Mary O'Leary in the softball throw; sophomore Lori Julich in the 220; and the 440. 880, mile and 10 flight shuttle relay squads. The 440 and 880 yard units were made up of three freshmen — Mary Thielen, Mary Boes and Gail Riesberg to go along with junior Ann Tiefenthaler. The mile team included Drapcho, Julich, sophomore Deb Bellinghausen and Jean O'Leary and the 10 flight shuttle relay team was composed of Kay Pietig, Lori Thein, Joan Wiskus and Cindy Ericson. Grabbing fourths for Kuemper were the distance medley relay of Jean O'Leary, Tiefenthaler, Bellinghausen and Julich and Jean O'Leary in the 880 yard run at 2:41.0. *** Major Leagues *** By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB 1 0 1.000 — .667 .500 M> .500 .333 Detroit New York Baltimore Milwaukee Boston Cleveland 2 1 22 1 1 1 2 0 1 .000 Chicago Oakland Texas Minnesota Kan. City California West Monday's Results Cleveland at Boston, ppd.. cold New York 3. Baltimore 0 Texas 5. Oakland 1 Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB 2 0 1.000 — 2 1 1 0 1.000 3 1 3 1 1 2 0 1 0 3 .750 — .750 — .333 1V 2 .000 l'/ 2 .000 2'/ 2 Pittsburgh Chicago New York Montreal St. Louis Phila. Cincinnati 2 1 1 2 1 2 0 2 .667 '-2 .667 '/a .333 l'/ 2 .333 l'<2 .000 2 Atlanta 2 1 .667 1 San Fran. 2 1 .667 1 San Diego 1 2 .333 2 Houston 1 3 .250 2'/ 2 Los Angeles 0 2 .000 2'/ 2 Monday's Results Houston 5. San Francisco 0 San Diego at Los Angeles, ppd.. rain Only games scheduled New Rochester Coach Mike Neer, an assistant basketball coach at the U.S. Naval Academy, was named West head coach at the University 3 0 1.000 — of Rochester in New York. Tlmei Herald, Carroll, la. Tueiday, April 13, 1976 Taking fifths were Thein in the discus at 83%; Tiefenthaler in the long jump at 14-0; Karen Thielen in the 220 at 30 seconds flat and Melanie Comito in the mile run at 6:36.4. Results: Softball Throw — 1. Jean O'Leary (K). 183-3; 2. Shawn (FD); 3. Mary O'Leary (K). High Jump — 1. Julie Thies (K). 5-0; 2. Boichott (WC); 3. Hurdle (FD). Discus — 1. Ritchey (FD), 97-10V4; 2. Reitsma (FD); 3. Maxon (WC). Long Jump—1. Barnes (FD), 17-4%; 2. Westcott (WC);3. Peart (FD). Kuemper Gals Stay Unbeaten The Kuemper girls' golf team remained unbeaten in four matches Monday afternoon, getting by cross-town rival Carroll, 193 to 196, at the municipal course. Carroll's Holly Juergens took medalist honors with a 38, but the Knights had too much balance. Dawn Pietig and Mary Ann Greteman led Kuemper, shooting 44 and 45 respectively. Teammates Deb Burg and Julie Staiert added "Shot Put — 1. Maxon (WC), 35-0; 2. Underberg (EG); 3. Thompson (FD). Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Fort Dodge, 1:09'.2; 2. Eagle Grove; 3. Kuemper. Distance Medley Relay — 1. Fort Dodge, 4:35.6; 2. Eagle Grove; 3. Kuemper. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Heesch (FD), 1:04.4; 2. Mary Knoblauch (K); 3. Shay (WC). 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Porter (FD), 17.1; 2. Underberg (FD); 3. Voss (EG). 400Meter Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Webster City, 55.3; 2. F.ort Dodge; 3. Eagle Grove. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Barnes (FDl, 27.1; 2. Bauman (EG); 3. Lori Julich (K). 880 Yard Run — 1. Trousch (FD), ^.,'t>,: * -- —— • tjv;S:::^- *£ "'"'" »'&"* '"•. '"--••O'ivrfeW'vS'r-'-.- ' ' -A. ^iS^s^^^- «r, "^-'^ ^r^^ \bur tax refund could be the start you need. With the high cost of living . . . and taxes . . . these days, we know how difficult it is to start a regular savings plan. Your tax refund could be just what you've been waiting for to start you on the road to financial independence. Rather than letting all that "unexpected" money slip through your fingers, deposit your refund check in a savings account with us and watch it grow with continuously compounded interest. Your savings are insured by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 227 W. 4th St., Thomas Plaza, Carroll CUSTOMER HOURS: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. to Noon Saturday MEMIEI FSLIC ft« town tomriti WDM 50 and 54 respectively. Besides Juergens with a 38, Tami Graham fashioned a 44, Holly Evans a 54 and Lisa Fredrickson a 60 for Carroll. The Knights also stayed unbeaten in junior varsity action, nipping the Tigerettes by two strokes. 239 to 241. Beth Happe led the winners with a 52. 'followed by Pam Schenkelberg with a 60. Carolyn Wernimont with a 62 and Janet Schultes with a 65. Carroll, now 0-3, was sparked by Nancy Mechura with a 54 and Teri Wilson with a 57. Carroll's other two girls, Alison Beck and Rita Harmening. fired 63 and 67 respectively. Kuemper travels to Denison for a match today and hosts Audubon on Wednesday, while Carroll. 1-2 on the season, faces Glidden-Ralston at Coon Rapids today and meets Coon Rapids at Coon Rapids Wednesday. More Sports See Page 7 2:33.4; 2. Rosie Drapcho (K): 3. Van AlstinelFD 1.220 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Poleger (WC), 33.8; 2. Underberg (FD); 3. Voss (EG). 880 Medley Relay — 1. Webster City, 1:58.9; 2. Fort Dodge; 3. Eagle Grove. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Webster City, 53.5; 2. Eagle Grove; 3. Kuemper. Mile Run — 1. Ayers (FD), 5:36.3; 2. Mary Knoblauch (K); 3. Gutnecht (FD). Mile Relay — 1. Fort Dodge, 4:15.9; 2. Webster City; 3. Kuemper. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Webster City, 1:49.8; 2. Fort Dodge; 3. Kuemper. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Barnes (FD), 12.1; 2. Gail Riesberg (K); 3. Tschetler (EG). Knights Clip CHS Golfers Kuemper won their first golf match of the season Monday, nipping city rivalCarroll, 160 to 161, at the Country Club course. The Knights' Joe Kruse and the Tigers' Todd Pettitt tied for medalist honors with 38's; Kuemper's other scores were Scott Tessmer and Chuck Danner with 40's and TimGutewitha42. Carroll's other scores were Tom Reiman with a 40, Jeff Jensen with a 41 and Jerry Dentlinger ( witha42. The Knights are now 1-2-1 on the season, while the Tigers • fell to 1-1. Kuemper also won the junior varsity match, 175 to 184. as Tom Riddle and Larry Rettenmaier fired 42's for the 4-0 Knights. Teammates Pat Heider and Mike Mosher added 44 and .47 respectively: Carroll was paced by Jim Sides with a 41 and Brad Wuertz with a~42. Teammates Gary Kroneberger and Kevin Cross added 46 and 55 ' respectively. Kuemper Girls Drop Tennis Opener,• 7-2 FORT DODGE - Fort Dodge spoiled Kuemper's girls' tennis opener here Monday, taking seven of nine matches. In singles action, the Knights' only winner was Becky Goetzinger who blanked Lora Shupe, 10-0. In doubles play, Joyce Drees teamed with Ann Greteman to whip Paula Henshaw and Laura Lu. 10-7. Singles Results: Tomlinson (FD) beat Sandy Naberhaus (K). 10-3; Lori Allen (FD) beat Carol Walz (K). 10-7: NBA Playoffs Get Underway Tonight By The Associated Press Not that many fans thought the Cleveland Cavaliers would ever make the National Basketball Association playoffs. And not that many think the Milwaukee Bucks belong there. ' The Cavaliers, having completed the first half of a Cinderella dream by winning their Snapper. * Vacuums your lawn as you mow. * Large capacity bag between the handles. * Self propelled models have 6 forward speeds. * Rear-wheel drive. « Automatic ( freewheeling feature. Bowls 300- Bob Neuerburg, formerly of Carroll, bowled a 300 game in the B.ay Area All-Stars monthly tournament held recently at the Monterey Lanes in Monterey, Calif. A resident of Hayward, Calif., Neuerburg's perfect game was the first one at the Monterey Lanes since 1959. He finished second in the tournament, averaging 220. Neurerburg is the son of Mrs. Ann Neuerburg and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Blum, all of Carroll. Knights Win in Tennis Kuemper's boys' tennis team opened the season, whipping Audubon. 7-2. here Monday. The Knights, who host Storm Lake Wednesday, grabbed four of six singles matches and won all three doubles matches. Singles Results: Stu Hadley (A) beat Dan Thies (Ki. 10-4: Dave Bruner (K) beat Jeff Madsen (A), 10-0; DeanBluml (K) beat Tracy Hansen (A), 10-2; Dave Stangl (K) beat John Juelsgaard (A). 10-1; Gerard Gach (K) beat Phil Bergman (A). 10-4; and Jim Weeks (A) beat Steve Meyers (K 1.10-6. Doubles Results: Thies and Bruner (K) beat Hadley and Madsen (A). 10-3; Bluml and Stangl (K) beat Hansen and Juelsgaard (A), 10-4; and Gach and Marty Meshek (K) beat Wes Thygeson and Tracy Wellendorfl A 1.10-2. Debbie Shipman (FD) beat Mary-Soyer (K). 10-4: Paula Henshaw (FD) beat Joyce Drees (K). 10-6; Laura Lu (FD) beat Ann Greteman (K). 10-0 and Beciky Goetzinger (K) beat Lora Shupe (FD). 10-0. Doubles Results: Allen and Shipman (FD) beat Naberhaus and Walz (K). 10-5: Drees and Greteman (K) beat Henshaw and Lu (FD). 10-7. and Tomlinson and Shupe ( FD 1 beat Soyer and Goetzinger (K), 12-10. Kuemper hosts St. Edmond of Fort Dodge today. All Snapper mnwers moot A.N.S.I, safety specifications. H & H SPORTS 635W.2nd CARROLL first division title with a 49-33 record, go for their first fitting of the glass slipper Tuesday night when they host the Washington Bullets in their best-of-seven quarter-final series. It was the Bullets, last year's N B A Eastern Conference champs, whom the Cavaliers beat out by a game in the Central Division. The Cavaliers finished third last year and last in the four years before that, their first four in the league. In a pair of best-of-three qualifying rounds, the Milwaukee Bucks host the Detroit Pistons Tuesday night and the Buffalo Braves visit the Phila-. delphia 76ers Thursday night. In the othe'r best-of-seven quarter-final series starting Tuesday night, the Phoenix Suns — also first-timers in the playoffs — play the SuperSonics in Seattle. All four opening-round matchups were determined by the teams' final-season percentages in the Eastern and Western Conferences. The conferences' regular-season champs will have to wait to find out who will be their quarter-final foes. The best one in each conference will play the qualifying- round winner. That wijl send the Boston,Celtics, tops'ln the East, against the Buffalo-Philadelphia winner and Golden State, best in the West, against the survivor of the Milwaukee-Detroit matchup. ' ana 5 WAYS QUIETER! 1. Amana Powerpact Compressor is internally sprung to absorb vibration and sharply reduce noise level. . 2. 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