Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 3, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Knight Squads Set New Records at Boone By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) BOONE — Kuemper's boys' and girls' track squads competed in the First Annual Boone Classic here Friday night. In the boys' division, the Knights finished last in the six-school field as West Des Moines Valley won the meet, scoring 101'/4 points. In the girls' section, the Knights placed third behind host Boone and Urbandale. Boys' Results While it wasn't a good day for Kuemper, two Knights did set new school marks in their specialties. Rick Friedman bettered his high jump mark to 6-4'/2. His leap was good for first. His old school record was 6-4 '/i. Dave Schwaller upped the school's standard in the pole vault to 12 feet, nine inches. His previous best was 12-6. He finished second in the meet. Besides Friedman's high jump effort, the lanky senior also won the long jump with a best of 20-feet, one-quarter inch. Kuemper didn't get any seconds other than Schwaller's pole vault effort. Taking thirds for Head Coach John Davis' squad were • Craig Wittrock in the shot put; Kirk Lengeling in the 200 yard dash and Friedman in the 440 yard run. The best relay finish for Kuemper were fifth in the 880, medley and mile. . Kuemper was without several key performers such as Bob Kelly and Tim Gradoville. Thev were STORAGE! STORAGE! Storage space available for Household Goods, Snowmobiles and any misc merchandise. Phone 792-4295 COMES AGENCY Afu-r 5 792-1679 or 792 3347 competing in a state music contest. "Even though we didn't score well, we had some good performances," remarked Davis. "Wittrock (Craig) had his best throw of the season in the shot put and Friedman's long jump was another season's best." The Knights also got season-best performances from Friedman in the 440 at 52.6. the mile relay at 3:35 and the two mile relay, 8:50. The 440 yard relay team equalled their best time of the season in running 47 seconds flat. The Knights next action is Tuesday in the Tornado Relays in Storm Lake. Girls' Results The Kuemper gals set two new school marks on their way to scoring 76 points. Kay Pietig lowered the 220 yard hurdle record to 31.9 in placing second. The old mark was 33.6 held by Maureen Nurse. The Knights' mile relay team ran 4:23.9, bettering the old school mark of 4:26.2. In finishing second, the team included Lori Julich, Rosie Drapcho, Deb Bellinghausen and Jean O'Leary. 1 Kuemper's only first-place came in the distance medley relay. The team of Julich, Karen Thielen, Drapcho and O'Leary ran 4:36.4. The Knights piled up a lot of seconds: Lori Thein in the discus; Julie Thies in the high jump; Gail Riesberg in the 100; O'Leary in the 880; Thielen in the 220; Mary Knoblauch in the mile; Pietig in the 220 low hurdles and the mile relay team. Kuemper added thirds from Knoblauch in the 440 and Drapcho in the 880. Kuemper's next meet is May 10th in district competition. Boys'Team Scoring: West Des Moines Valley lOl'A, Urbandale97M>, Nevada 87, Ankeny 78, Boone 69 and Kuemper 44. Girls'Team Scoring: Boone 138, Urbandale 106M>, Kuemper 76, Perry 57%, Iowa Falls 51 and Rockwell City 47. Kuemper Boys' Results: First-places: Rick Friedman in the high jump at 6-4'/2 and in the long jump at 20'/4. Timai Herald, Carroll, la. f Monday, May 3, 1976 O Second places: Dave Schwaller in the pole Vault at 12-9. Third-places: Craig Wittrock in the shot put at 47-1; Friedman in the 440 yard dash at 52.6 and Kirk Lengeling in the 200 yard dash at 21.5. Fourth-places: None. Fifth-places: Kevin Tessmer in the 120 yard high hurdles; the 880 yard .relay team of Paul Ludwig, Brad Reiman, Ed Staiert and Bob Ausman; the medley relay composed of Ludwig, Lengeling, Ryan Harnack and Steve Eischeid and the mile relay team of Friedman, Lengeling, Reiman and Doyle Engelen. Yanks' May Loses No-Hit Bid in 9th By the Associated Press Rudy May threw a curve ball and Luis Tiant tried a change-up. The former wound up in the left field corner and broke up a no-hitter; the latter landed in the left field stands and broke up a ball game. Amos Otis ripped May's curve for Kansas City's first hit, a leadoff double in the bottom of the ninth inning, and eventually scored the tying run as the Royals edged the New York Yankees 2-1 in 11 innings. Jeff Burroughs blasted Tian't's eighth-inning change-up 20 rows deep into the seats at Arlington Stadium for a tiebreaking three-run homer that enabled the Texas Rangers to beat the Boston Red Sox 6-3 and sweep a four-game series from the defending American League champs. Elsewhere. Reggie Jackson saw his first action as the Baltimore Orioles nipped Oakland 4-3 after the A's won the doubleheader opener 6-2 Levfe* Movin'On New Look Jeans These eight-paneled Levi's jeans are stitched to flatter. With a lean European fit that flares to a big 26" bell. In denim plus a number of other fabrics. All with Levi's famous quality and comfort that make the good looks last. LGVIS and the California Angels shaded Cleveland 5-4 'after the Indians took the first game 12-3. The M i 1 - waukee-Minnesota game and the Detroit-Chicago twin bill were postponed. May's bubble burst three outs away from what would have been the Yankees' first no-hitter since Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series. "It was a good pitch, but he made a better swing," the disappointed left-hander said. "What else can you say. Losing the no-hitter. . . what the hell. But. man. what hurts is losing the game." Rangers 6, Red Sox 3 Burroughs' shot, his third three-run homer of the series, was Texas' third home run off Tiant, all on change-ups. Tom Grieve and Mike Hargrove connected earlier while Dwight Evans and Bernie Carbo homered for Boston off Gaylord Perry. "All I was trying to do was hit the ball back up the middle for a single." Burroughs said. "He threw that little change-up curve ball, I got the good part of the bat on it and the ball just jumped out of the park." While the Rangers opened a two-game lead over Oakland in the AL West, the Red Sox limped home in the East Division cellar. A's 6-3, Orioles 2-4 Ken Singleton drove in the winning run in the nightcap with a sixth-inning sacrifice fly after a grounder by the newly activated Jackson forged a tie. With the Orioles trailing 3-2. Tony Muser singled and Lee Ma ; y doubled. Jackson's grounder scored Muser and moved May to third. The A's won the opener 6-2 as Vida Blue scattered seven hits and was given home run support by Billy Williams and Joe Rudi. Kuemper Girls' Results: First-places: The distance medley relay team of Lori Julich, Karen Thielen, Rosie Drapcho and Jean O'Leary. Their time was 4:36.4. Second-places: Lori Thein in the discus; Julie Thies in the high jump; Gail Riesberg in the 100 yard dash; Jean O'Leary in the 880 yard run; Karen Thielen in the 220 yard dash; Kay Pietig in the 220 yard low hurdles; Mary Knoblauch in the mile run and the mile relay unit of Julich, Drapcho, O'Leary and Deb Bellinghausen. Their mile time was 4:23.9. Third-places: Knoblauch in the 440 yard run and Drapcho in the 880 yard run. Fourth-places: The medley team of Carol Schon, Brenda Reiman, Julich and "I didn't know what it would feel like to see live pitching, but I felt in control of my actions and that made me feel ; good, 1 ' said Jackson who received a standing ovation after ending his four-week holdout. ;'0f.course, I don't know' how I'll feel in the next game." Jacksoh walked, popped to short, grounded and was hit. Indians 12-4, Angels 3-5 Veteran Jim Brewer pitched 4 2-3 innings of strong relief and Bobby Bonds and Jerry Remy each drove in two runs as the Angels salvaged a split. The Indians took the opener behind the pitching of Jackie Brown and Tom Buskey and home runs by Buddy Bell and Rico Carty. Bellinghausen and the 440 yard relay unit of Kristi Loew, Thielen, Riesberg and Reiman. Fifth-places: O'Leary in the softball throw; Drapcho in the high jump; Pietig in the 100 meter hurdles; the shuttle hurdle relay team of Thein, Pietig, Laurie Dieter and Joan Wiskus and the 880 yard relay of Loew, Schon, Riesberg and Cafla Ruoiper. Boys Results: Discus — 1. Settle (N), 143-10%. High Jump — 1. Rick Friedman (K), 6-4V4. Two Mile — 1. Morgan (B), 10:05.4. Pole Vault — 1. Lewis (A), 13-0. 120 Yard High Hurdles — 1. Brown (V), 15.1. 480 Yard Shuttle Relay — 1. Nevada, 55.6. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Shaw (N), 9.9. Two Mile Relay — 1. Boone, 8:22.3. Long Jump — 1. Rick Friedman (K), 20-0'A. 200 Yard Dash — 1. Andresen (N), 20.9. Shot Put — 1. Settle (N), 51%. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Nevada, 1:31.9. Mile Run — 1. Lay (V), 4:31.0. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Boehm (U), 51.9. 180 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Welsbrod (V), 20.3. Medley Relay — 1. Ankeny, 3:42.7. 880 Yard Run — 1. Shafer (B), 2:00.5. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Valley, 44.7. Mile Relay — 1. Urbandale, 3:28.9. Girls Results: Softball Throw — 1. Sutherland IP), 205-9. Long Jump — 1. Beckwlth (B), 15-4"/i. shot Put — 1. Bardole (U), 32-1. Discus — 1. Jenlson (U), 90-1. Distance Medley Relav — 1. Kuemper, 4:36.4. High Jump — 1. Otto (B), 5-0'/j. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Beckwlth (B), 15.6. 400 Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Boone, 1:09.8. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Beckwith (B), 12.2. 440 Yard Dash — 1.-Kemna (B),63.7. 880 Yard Relay —Urbandale, 1:53.2. 880 Yard Run — 1. Hester (B), 2:26.8. 400 Meter Shuttle Relay — 1. Urbandale, 55.5. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Stumpf (RC), 27.5. 220 Yard Low Hurdles — 1. Beckwlth (B), 31.5. Medley Relay — 1. Urbandale, 1:59.6. Mile Run — 1. Hester (B), 5:41.9. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Boone, 53.6. Mile Relay — 1. Iowa Falls, 4:20.9. Buckner's Bunt Lifts Hot Dodgers By The Associated Press It was a painful decision, but Bill Buckner made it anyway. And the Los Angeles Dodgers are within spitting distance of first place because of it. Buckner. sidelined since Wednesday with a painful sprained left ankle, was called on to pinch hit with runners on first and third and two out in the seventh inning of 1-1 tie with St. Louis Sunday. . Cards third baseman Hector Cruz, knowing Buckner couldn't run. was playing deep. Buckner considered his ankle, then weighed the situation. "I saw the third baseman playing back and I said. 'What the heck, it can only hurt for three or four seconds.'" Buckner dropped a bunt down the line and beat it. out. surprising St. Louis and sending the tie-breaking run home. Steve Garvey added an insurance run in the eighth with a home run and Los Angeles had a 3-1 triumph, its ninth straight victory. The Dodgers, in last place just Wednesday morning, are now only .008 behind front-running Cincinnati in the National League West. Doug Rau. 4-0. scattered nine hits and struck out seven to notch his first complete game of the year. It was the Dodgers' fourth complete game in their last five. Elsewhere in the National League, Montreal outlasted Cincinnati 8-4 in 14 innings. San Diego downed Pittsburgh 4-2. Chicago took a pair of 6-5 decisions from San Francisco in 14. and 11 innings. Philadelphia bombed Atlanta 8-2 and Houston and New York split, the Astros winning the opener 5-4 and the Mets taking the nightcap 74. Expos 8, Reds 4 stopped Pittsburgh on six hits •; to raise his record to 5-1. Doug Rader belted a three-run homer and Willie Davis got the other run home with a triple for San Diego. Richie : Zisk drove in both Pirate runs-; with a double and sacrifice fly. '. Doc Medich. 1-3. was the loser. Cubs 6-6, Giants 5-5 Jose Cardenal w'as a : one-man gang for Chicago in : Exposs, Keds4 . the,'opener with six, bits.! Barry Foote broke a 4-4 tie 'Including a twb-ru'n v nbrher, i fbu"r"runs with a two-run single in the 16th and Pepe Mangual followed with a two-run double for Montreal. Pete Rose hit a two- run homer for Cincinnati and Gary Carter knocked in three runs, one with a homer, for the Expos. Don Stanhouse. 2-0. was the winner and Pat Darcy. 1-3. was the loser. Padres 4. Pirates 2 Left-hander Randy Jones batted'iii'arid'the; ga m e-'W i nn ing hit, a run-scoring single in the 14th inning. Derrel Thomas and • Marc Hill homered for San • Francisco. In the nightcap, pinch-hitter Randy Hundley's sacrifice fly drove in the winning run for Chicago, ending more than seven hours of baseball. The Sport Glances Linus Gofa/irsch Grain-fed vs. grass-fed continues to be a subject of no little discussion throughout the beef business. Among the questions that still pop up about grass-fed beef. . . does it taste different than grain- fed? . . . smell different? . . . take more or less time to cook? In an attempt to answer these and a variety of other questions about the meat, the University of Nebraska at Lincoln is conducting an intensive study on chemical properties, aroma and taste of grass-fed beef. Nebraska University meat specialist. Dr. Roger Mandigo, says the results of the study should provide several important answers about the palatability of grass-fed meat. Other results of'the study should be recommendations for processing the meat and suggestions for cooking methods. Final reports from the research should be in sometime this summer. Main Street Downtown Carroll Country Club Golf Don Diers and Stoney Neumayer fired a 54 to take the best ball of two. medal play, pick-your-partner event Saturday'at the Carroll Country Club. There was a tie for second at 57 between the two teams of LeRoy Vonriahrhe-Darrell Anderson and Bob Kraus-Ken Ebner. Diers, Neumayer, Anderson and Vonnahme won the best two ball of four event, shooting 'a 117. Second'went to Ebner. Kraus. Ken Burkett and Bill Feld with a 120 and third went to Tom Sheehan, Frank Liewer, Pat Riordan and Crowley Spindler with a 121. Will Represent Coach Douglas Deming and , Gregg Borkowski, selected as the most valuable football player of the 1975 squad, will represent Ar-We-Va at th'e 22nd Annual Northwest Iowa . sports Banquet at Cobblestone Inn, Storm Lake, Wednesday evening, May 12. ' ' . Cubs loaded the bases in the llUv .-on singles by Rick Monday and Champ Summers and a walk. Phils 8, Braves 2 Mike Schmidt's two-run double in the second arid RBI singles by Tommy Hutton and Ollie Brown in the ninth highlighted a pair of four-run inn i n g s . t hat c-a r r i e.d Philadelphia past Atlanta and into first trtacg .in the National won severi'^sJTaight games-on the road and. the Braves have dropped seven straight over-all. Jim Kaat. 2-1. won it and Andy Messersmith,;0,-2.. lost it. ' "~ Astros 5-4, Mets 4-7, Larry Milbourne's run-scoring single in the ninth gave Houston the first game, ending New York's win streak at seven .'games. Milboume also had .an RBI-single in the fifth when the Astrps chased Mets' starter Mickey Lolich with four runs, two of them on a double by Enos Cabell. Ed Kranepobl homered for New York. The Mets got even in the second game on the strength of a four-run sixth-inning rally. Dave Kingman. Jerry Grote and Del Unser singled in a run each in the inning and Bud Harrelson got another home with a squeeze bunt. Unser and Wayne Garrett hit home runs for the Mets and Cliff Johnson hiAnefor the Astros. CYO Champions FONDA — Kuemper won the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) girls' golf title here Saturday by 11 shots over St. Edmond of Fort Dodge and Garrigan ofAlgona. The Knights' Mary Ann Greteman was medalist in the meet with a 43 and teammate Debbie Burg tied for runner-up honors with a 44. Kuemper, 8-0 in dual meets, got 48's from Dawn Pietig and Julie Stalzer. Team scoring: Kuemper 183,.St. Edmond 194, Garrigan 194, St. Mary's of Remsen 195 and St. John's of Bancroft 205. Knights Second STORM LAKE — Kuemper finished second in the CYO boys' golf tournament here Saturday. Garrigan won the meet with a 308. Kuemper's score was 342. Leading the way for the Knights was Chuck Danner with an 80. Other scores were an 87 by Mike Mosher, an - 88 by Joe Kruse and a 91 by Tom Riddle. Medalist honors went to Garrigan of Algona's Ron, Lickteig with a 72. Team scoring: Garrigan of Algona 308, Kuemper 342, St. Edmond Fort Dodge 345, St. John's Bancroft 368 and St. Mary's Remsen 379. On Friday Kuemper finishedJhird in the Audubon Invitational. Sophomore Track HARLAN — Kuemper placed fifth in the Cyclone Sophomore Relays here Saturday. Host Harlan won the meet. . ( , Kuemper got firsts from Kirk Lengeling in the 100 at 10.4 and in the 220 yard dash at 24.0, both school sophomore marks. His 10.4 time was a meet mark. , ,., The Knights' other first came from, Paul. Baldus in iVthe two mile run at-10:34.4. ;< • .••;'"^ :; •• Kuemper got a second from Brian Greteman in the mile at 4:58 and gained thirds in the medley and two mile relays and Bob Foley in the 100 at 10.7. Running on the medley team were Matt Fangman, Foley, Randy Prebeck and Randy Goecke. Their time was 4:10.5. The two mile team, which ran 9:11.3, included Goecke, Baldus, Prebeck and Bill Friedman. Kuemper's Terry Axman, while finishing fourth in the shot put, did set a sophomore school record with a heave of 41 feet, eight inches. Freshmen Track Kuemper finished fourth and Carroll seventh in the Jefferson Ninth Grade Relays Saturday Boone won the meet, scoring 83 points. Jefferson was next with 79Vz followed by Prairie of Cowrie with 35Vz, Kuemper 31%, Lake City 24, Perry 24 and Carroll 15'/2. Curt Augustus was Kuemper's top finisher, taking second in the discus at 36-8 1 /*. The Tigers picked up two seconds: Lynn Gesell in the pole vault at 8-6 and Duane Onken in the discus at 101-11%. • The Knights got thirds from Dave Diers in the low hurdles at 24.4 and the 880 yard relay team which ran 1:47.9. Carroll gained a third in the mile relay at 4:08.8. JV Girls' Win • . - * - • - .\ Carroll's junior varsity girls' golf squad whipped' Glidden-Ralston, 222 to 296, Friday at the municipal course. Jean Grettenberg led the Tigerettes with a 48, followed by Beth Petersen with a 57,Teri.Wilson with a 58 and Nancy Mechura with a 59. Debbie Gerdes led Glidden-Ralston with a 61, followed by Traci Reever with a 73. Major Leagues By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB Milwaukee New York Detroit Cleveland Balitmore Boston 9 10 8 8 7 6 West 11 10 .692 — .667.571 I'/fe .500 m .4124 .4004 NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 11 6 .647 Vz New York Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis Texas 11 6 .647 — Oakland 10 9 .526 2 Kansas City 7 7 .500 2V 2 Minneosta 6 9 .400 4 Chicago 5 8 .385 4 California 7 13 .350 5% Monday's Game Cleveland (Eckersley 2-2) at Oakland (BosanO-0), in) Only Game Scheduled Montreal Cincinnati Los Angeles Houston San Diego San Fran. Atlanta' •'; 14 8 11 11 9 9 8 12 7 12 .636 -v • .500 3 .500 3 .4005 .368 5Va West 11 12 8 9 12 11 10 11 8 12 8'12 .579.571 -r .522 1 ( .476 2 .400 3'/2 .400 m Monday's Games No games scheduled NOTICE THE CARROLL BOWL IS NOW FORMING SUMMER LEAGUES —Ladies', men's and mixed. Any interested persons are asked to call the lanes at 792-9332 or 792-4540. There will also be a meeting tonight (Monday, May 3,) at 8 p.m. at the Carroll Bowl Come Bowl in Air Conditioned Comfort CARROLL BOWL Highway 30 East , . . . i.

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