Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 14, 1976 · Page 15
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 15

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 14, 1976
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Knights Place 2nd; Wall Lake Cops Crown By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) HARLAN — Harlan won the final two events — the 440 and mile relays — and captured the Class A crown in the 18th Annual Cyclone Relays here Tuesday night. Kuemper, which led 68 to 62 entering the final two events, was blanked then as the Cyclones finished with 72 points, four more than the Knights! Atlantic, behind Greg Younger, placed third with 61 points as there were only three schools in the big class. The reason for only three schools was because the meet had to be moved up from Good , Friday and several Council Bluffs schools and Sioux City Heelan, the defending champion, .had other commitments. Wall Lake finished third in the mile relay and that was enough to give the Comets their third straight championship in Class C with 86 points. Wall Lake, coached by Lynn Cadwell, a native of Harlan, edged out Irwin by three points.' Carson-Macedonia finished third in the six-school . field with 57 points. The Class B crown went to Elk-Horn Kimballton with 78% points as they nosed out Charter Oak-Ute .which totaled 73'/3 points. Kuemper Results "I'm extremely pleased. We turned the tables tonight," commented Kuemper Head Coach John Davis afterwards. "Our attitude has changed. We've come into our own and we're bouncing back," Davis continued. "This was the first meet this season that I didn't have to tell the kids to get around the track and help their teammates along," he concluded. While Atlantic's Younger stole the show by winning four events — the 100,220.440 yard dashes and the long jump — the Knights had some good efforts. Kuemper got seven first-places, four individually . and three via relays. Rick Friedman won his specialty, the high jump, flopping six feet, two inches. He tried for the meet mark of 6-4'/4, but failed by just inches. His closest competition went out at 5-6. Mark Kloser, Bob Kelly and Sign Free Agents •The Baltimore Colts, who were able to select only 14 players in the recent National Football League draft, have signed three Maryland area players as free agents. They include defensive backs Andy Powell and Boobie Reid of Morgan State, and wide receiver Kim Hoover , from th'e University of Maryland. All three will-report with the drafted rookies for a two-day rookie camp April 23. /WOMTGO/WEf Steve Eischeid also added first-places. Kloser took the mile run in 5:02; Kelly the 180 yard low hurdles in 21 seconds flat and Eischeid the 880 yard run in 2:09.4. The Knights opened up the evening session of the meet by taking the shuttle hurdle relay in 1:02.6. Members of the team consisted of Kelly, Kevin Tessmer, Denny Rutten and Friedman. The Knights also won the two mile relay in 8:51.3 and the Medley in 3:51.8. Running on the two mile team were Tim Gradoville, Randy Goecke, Ryan Harnack and Eischeid. The medley relay was composed of Friedman, Brad Reiman. Paul Ludwig and Gradoville who ran a 2:06 plus 880 leg. . Taking seconds for the Knights were Kelly in the long jump at 18-8 and Friedman in the 440 yard dash in 53.2, one full second behind Younger. Taking thirds for the Knights were Baldus in the two mile run; Craig Wittrock in the shot; Tessmer in the 120 yard high hurdles; Kelly in the 100; Kirk Lengeling in the 220 and Harnack in the 880. Picking up fourth-places were Bill Prebeck in the mile; Brian Greteman in the two mile; Rutten in the 120 yard high hurdles; Lengeling n the 100; Bob Foley in the long jump; Dave Schwaller in the pole vault and Terry Axman in the shot. Wall Lake Results Gregg Schrader sparked the Comets to their title as he won the long jump with a best of 19 feet, one-half inch and later took the 440 in 54.4. Wall Lake also added firsts in the medley and two mile relays. The medley team included ' Mike Bieret, Bill and Gregg Schrader and Jeff Reiter. Their time was 3:58.7. The two mile unit, which ran 9:04.7. was composed of Bill Brotherton. Dave O'Tool, Dan Stickrod and Reiter. The Comets also piled up some valuable second-place points from Randy Knapton in the pole vault; Mile Olerich in the high jump; Greg Schmitz in the shot put; Chuck Blum in the 180 yard low hurdles and the 440 and 880 yard relay teams. The 440 team, which was timed in 49 seconds flat, . included Von Hahn, Bieret and the Schrader brothers — Gregg and Bill. The 880 unit consisted of Hahn. Bieret. Gene Blum and Bill Schrader. Their time was 1:41.8. Taking thirds for Cadwell's club were Gene Blum in the 220 and brother Rex in the 180 yard low hurdles; Tom Rohde in the mile and the mile relay Timei Herald, Carroll, la., April 14, 1976 15 IIIIIIIMIItll which clinched everything. The mile relay team included Rex Blum. Ed Livengood. John Geakc and Chuck Blum. :'. Wall Lake added two fourths from Schmitz in the discus and Brotherton in the mile run. Class A Scoring: Harlan 72, Kuemper 68 and Atlantic 61. Class A Results: Long Jump — 1. Younger (A), 20-7; 2. Bob Kelly ( K ) ; 3. Schechlnger (H>. Shot Put — 1. Martin (H), 53-5'/ !; 2. Kaufman (H); 3. Craig Wittrock (K). Pole Vault - 1. Kelson (A), 12-0; 2. Becker (A); 3. BurmeistcF (H). Discus — 1. Warne (A), 126-10; 2. Kaufman (H); 3. Martin (H). 120 Yard High Hurdles - 1. Knudsen (H), 16.2; 2. Bunce (A); 3. Kevin Tessmer (K). High Jump — 1. Rick Friedman (K), 6-2; 2. Bunce (A); 3. Pelersen (H). 100 Yard Dash — 1. Younger (A), 10.5; 2. Langenfeld (H), 10.6; 3. Bob Kelly (K). 220 Yard Dash — t. Younger (A). 23.1; 2. Louschen (HI; 3. Kirk LcngeUng (K). Two Mile Relay — 1. Kuemper, 8:51.3; 2. Harlan. Mile Run — 1. Mark Kloser (K), 5:02.1; 2. Ahrenholtz (H); 3. Cutler (A). HO Yard Dash — 1. Younger (A), 52.3; 2. Rick Friedman (K); 3. Leuschen (H). 880 Yard Relay — 1. Harlan, 1:37; 2. Atlantic. Medley Relay — 1. Kuemper, 3:51.8; 2. Harlan. 180 Yard Low Hurdles — Bob Kelly (K), 21.0; 2. 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