Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 21, 1976 · Page 15
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 21, 1976
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Kuemper, Glidden-Ralston Girls Repeat By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Kuemper and Glidden-Ral : ston repeated as team champions in the rain-soaked Carroll Girls' Relays here Tuesday. The Knights only won five of 19 events in the record-shattering meet, but used depth to pile up 110'/2 points as Denison took second with 85 and Audubon third with 75Vz. Host Carroll finished sixth in the eight-school Class A field with 39 points, but George Lansink's Tigerettes did claim one first place. Glidden-Ralston, behind triple-winner Marjean Nielsen, won the Class B crown in convincing fashion, scoring 110 points to Schaller, led by sprinter star Karen Witte, who tallied 98 points. Third went to Crestland of Early with 72 points. Kuemper Results The Knights picked up all their first-places in the individual events as there were 13 records broken. Kuemper freshman Mary Knoblauch broke one of the records, shaving four tenths of a second off the mile run with a time of 6:05.3. Other Knights gaining top honors were sophomore Julie Thies in the high jump at 4-8;, freshman Gail Riesberg setting a new 100 yard dash mark with a 12.4 clocking and Kay Pietig in the 100 meter hurdles, winning in a record /time of 17.1. Another first came from Jean O'Leary in the half mile run at2:437i. Ctiach Tom Ryan's squad picked up seconds-from Mary O'Leary in the Softball throw. Rose Drapcho in the 880 and the distance medley, 440 and mile relay teams. oh the distance medley unit were Lori Julich, Ann Tiefenthaler. Deb Bell- inghauseh and Knoblauch. The 440 relay included Karen Thielen, Mary Boes, Riesberg and Tiefenthaler and the mile team consisted of Rose Drapcho, Jean O'Leary. Julich and Bellinghausen. Gaining thirds for Kuemper were Jean O'Leary in the softball throw, Lori Thein in the discus and the 10 flight shuttle hurdle team of Pietig. Thein, Maureen Nurse and Cindy Ericsori. .' ' Kuemper also added fourths in the 880 yard relay, and shuttle relay and a fifth in the 880 yard medley relay.., Carroll's Results The Tigerettes' only first came in the 880 yard relay when the unit of Ann Mankin, Sheryl Hoffman, Susan Skinner and Lori Harmening set a new school mark of 2:02.8. Carroll had another first-place taken away from them. They had apparently won the 440 yard relay, but Were disqualified. Lansink's squad got one second-place, Rachel Harmening in the high jump, and got third-places from Deb Onken in the shot put and Twyla Ruchti, a freshman, in the mile run. The Tigerettes added a fourth in the 880 yard relay. The team of Mankin, Hoffman. Joni Becker and Skinner, set a mark of l:55'.6,: r the> second time this se^JsliiKtfiey have broken their record. : Carroll added fifths in the distance medley and mile relays. Running on those units were Julie Teague, Lori Harmening, Lori Wilson, Ruchti. Becker and Laurie Teague. Class B Results Nielsen was the big star along with Witte as six new records were established. Nielsen, a senior at Glidden-Ralston, won the 100 meter hurdles in record time and also won the 220 yard low hurdles and the high jump at four feet, 10 inches. The swift senior also anchored Glidden-Ralston's 10 flight hurdle relay team to "first. • Glidden-Ralston got another first from Sheryl Danner in the shot put with a heave of 32 feet, five-and-one-half inches. Witte broke her own marks in winning the 100 and 220 yard dashes. Her time in the 100 was 11.8 and in the 220 at 27 seconds flat. Class A Team Scoring: Kuemper llO'-z. Denison 85, Audubon 75'z. Ida Grove 75. Westwood of Sloan 54. Carroll 39, Maple Valley of Mapleton 31 and Sac City 25. Class B Scoring: Glidden-Ralston 110, Schaller 98, Odebolt-Arthur84. Crestland of Early 72, Anthon-Oto 53, Wall Lake 43, Coon Rapids 27 and Manning 20. Class A Results: Long Jump — 1. Julie Thompson (IG), 15-8; 2. Frantz (W); 3. Ann Tiefenthaler (K). High Jump — 1. Julie Thles (K), 4-8; 2. Rachel Harmening (C); 3. Kuchel (W). Shot Put — 1. Ranee Nelson (A), 33-9V«; 2. Farley (IG); 3. Deb Onken (C). Softball Throw — 1. Georgeann Chambers (A), 194-2; 2. Mary O'Leary (K); 3. Jean O'Leary (K). to Flight Hurdle Relay — 1. Westwood, 73.1; 2. Denison; 3. Kuemper. Discus — 1. Karen Miller (D), 85-81. West (D); 3. Lori Thein (K). too Yard Dash — 1. Gail Riesberg (K), 12.4; 2. Zobel (IG); 3. McKone (W). Distance Medley Relay - I. Audubon, 4:45.5; 2. Kuemper; 3. Denison. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Marcene Uhl (MV), 62.8; 2. Weber (A); 3. Phillips (IG). 880 Yard Relay — 1. Denison, 1:55.0; 2. Ida Grove; 3. Carroll. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Kay Pietig (K), 17.1; 2. Llckteig (D); 3. Kuchel (W). 680 Yard Run — 1. Jean O'Leary (K), 2:43,1; 2. Rose Drapcho (K); 3. Galloway (SO. Shuttle Relay — t. Ida Grove, 56.8; 2. Denison; 3. Sac City. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Lori Weber (A), 27.8; 2. Frantz (W); 3. Nelson (A). 220 Yard Low Hurdles -, 1. Licktelg (D), 34.0; 2. Knop (IG); 3. Ulshefer (IG). 880 Yard Medley Relay — 1. Carroll, 2:02.8; 2. Ida Grove; 3. Audubon. Mile Run — 1. Mary Knoblauch (K), 6:05,3; 2. Ahrenholtz (D); 3. Twyla Ruchti (C). 440 Yard Relay — Westwood, 56.4; 2. Kuemper; 3. Ida Grove. Mile Relay — 1. Audubon, 4:35.2; 2. Maple Valley of Mapleton; 3. Kuemper. Class B Results: Long Jump — 1. Dianne Freese (C), 14-9; 2. Arbegast (OA); 3. Witte (S). High Jump — 1. Marjean Nielsen (GR), 4-10; 2. Rydberg (S); 3. Nees (CR). Shot Put — 1. Sheryl Danner (GR), 32-5W; 2. Hemer (OA); 3. Leinen (M). Softball Throw — 1. Deb Sonsken (C), 184-2; 2. Snyder (S); 3. Van Buskirk (S). 10 Flight Hurdle Relay — 1. Glidden- Ralston, 71.4; 2. Anthon-Oto; 3. Odebolt-Arthur. Discus — 1. Jean Werkmeister (S), 87' j; 2. Willenborg (M); 3. Uhlrich (C). 100 Yard Dash — 1. Karen Witte (S), 11.8; 2. Klnzler (GR); 3. Gardner (WL). Distance Medley Relay — 1. Anthon-Oto 4:36.0; 2. Glidden-Ralston; 3. Odebolt-Arthur. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Darla Rydberg (S), 63.7; 2. Block (C); 3. Wlederin (GR). 880 Yard Relay — 1. Crestland, 1:56.2; 2. Glidden-Ralston; 3. Schaller. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Marjean Nielsen (GR), 15.0; 2. Arbegast (OA); 3. Blsh (GR). 880 Yard Run — 1. Deb Aschinger (WL), 2:32.3; 2. Miller (AO); 3. Van Buskirk (S), Shuttle Relay — 1. Crestland, 57.4; 2. Odebolt-Arthur; 3. Schaller. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Karen Witte (S), 27.0; 2. Stork (GR); 3. Heln (GR). 220 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Marjean Nielsen (GR), 32.2; 2. Arbegast (OA); 3. Bock (GR). 880 Yard Relay - 1. Crestland, 2:01.2; 2. Wall Lake; 3. Schaller. Mile Run — 1. Jan Iverson (OA), 6:09.3; J. Sanser (AO); 3. Haefner (OA). 440 Yard Relay — 1. Odebolt- Arthur, 56.4; 2. Crestland; 3. Glidden-Ralston. Mile Relay — 1. Schaller, 4:27.2; 2. Anthon-Oto; 3. Glidden-Ralston. Golden State Hits Pistons, 127-103 Carroll Daily Times Herald Section B Carroll, Iowa, Wednesday, April 21, 1976 Page 15 Lots of Pressure and Work on Decathlon Athlete Jenner ELKS' CLUB STAG NITE Thursday April 22 Steaks and Smorgasbord . will be served from 7:00 until 9:00 p.m. . DESMOINES, There was a. Urn Wanamakef'didn'tfn'a've~fb pay to get into the Drake Relays. That was in the early 1970s when; in addition to twice win' fling the relays' decathlon, he was one of America's top hopes to claim the Olympic Games decathlon title. At 6-foot-8, Wanamaker could run 100 yards in 9.7 seconds. He could high jump 7 feet. Now the 28-year-old Des Moines realtor reflects on the pressures and anxieties being experienced by the world's No. 1-ranked decathlon athlete, Bruce Jenner. "The hardest part of training for the decathlon is, staying mentally fit." saidv|i*cO| Wanamaker. .#•" . f'f^i Jenner, former GrSeelarjd| Iowa. College standout,flo||' with the San Jose Stride$ff|l competing in the D'ralceJil ^Relays 10-eyent decathlon 'Wednesday and Thursday. Last summer he set the world record with 8.524 points. Wanamaker was the 1970 National Collegiate Athletic Association's decathlon victor with 7.406 points. In 1971 he claimed the Amateur Athletic Union crown and held the AAU's five-event pentathlon title in 1971.'72 and 73. Track and Field News rated Wanamaker No. 8 in the world in 1971. "and in 1972 they gave me an excellent chance of placing in the Olympics and listed me as a possible winner." Then misfortune struck. tpia -' •?- S u ° l -M^ 1 ' ••Four-days bejar.^^^^^^ .1 ^^:_i-: T. ^^.ii^i£Lvw4+«y,S' ,-.-,'• , w'ft l||f» ..into dayjj "fffeiSfe.- whb> ;ajfes ife^.-the^uBfe^ ••Tfefaiql Wanamaker was the victor, "but about 1973 he started beating me." Carrying the favorite's tag as the world's best decathlete "is putting Bruce through a lot .of pressure." Wanamaker said. 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The defending National Basketball Association champions opened their quarter-final series against Detroit Tuesday night with a 127-103 victory. Phil Smith scored 26 points. "We were horrible." Brown said. "The Warriors played well. They can just break you down, and I'm sure that contributed some to our being horrible." Rick Barry was held to 13 points but he tied his season high for assists, handing out 11. In the night's only other playoff game, the Phoenix Suns took a 3-1 lead in their quarterfinal series against Seattle, beating the SuperSonics 130-114. The Warriors-Pistons series continues in Oakland Thursday night, and Phoenix travels to Seattle for Game 5 Sunday. Tonight, the Bdston Celtics, after drawing a bye through the first round, begin their quarter-final series against the Buffalo Braves, and the Cleveland Cavaliers take a 2-1 lead in their best-of-seven quarter-final series into Washington. Bob Lanier led Detroit with 18 points. 14 of them in the first quarter. 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