Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Sentral wins football opener •T.lUftt PICTURED ABOVE are the members of the Sentral High School football squad for 1967. From left to right they are, front (Freshmen), David Voight, Dave Ncwbrough, Kevin Johnson, Steve Chcrland, Randy Vaudt, Joe Sullivan, Lee Dreyer, Tom Votteler, Ted Pompc, Mark Gungestach, 1 Mike Berkland, and Steve Newbrough. Second row, John Shaw, Handy Burle, Gary Eimers, Dennis Eldridge, Back, left to right, head coach Bert Hanson, Mark Voight, Jim Gelt- Korh r 'r a "Y P ? Cr> Jf en ^ a ± W ' Jerry Nerem ' Russ J °hnson, Owen Kerber, Gary Laabs, and coach Bill Raasch. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. SM;;^^^^ 'A good team beat us' • Beanie "We were beaten by a good football team." With these words, Garrigan coach Beanie Cooper filed the 25-20 loss to Esthervillc in the record books Monday and began preparing his crew for the first of three straight home games here Saturday night against Clay Central of Royal. Game time is 8 p.m. Rugged Sioux City O'Gorman and then St. Edmond't follow on successive Saturday nights. "I'd say that Garrigan and Esthervillc were of about equal ability," Cooper said after the game. "This was their night to win." COOPER turned his atterj- tion to this week's game with Clay Central .The club defeated the Garrigan reserves last year 39-0 in their first meeting. They lost their opener to Primghar last Friday, 18-7. "Our scouts reported Clay Central has a big, big line," Cooper said. "They have a middle guard at 285 and their tackles are 265 and 245." He neglected to mention their speed but said Clay Central has several quick backs. Garrigan's pass defense is going to get a good going over this week. The Bears gave up 178 yards in the air to Estherville, which completed six of eight passes for a 75% average. Garrigan threw only once and that was incomplete but they'll probably begin passing more as the season goes on. "Every time they (Estherville) were in trouble, they passed," Cooper said. "We ran 11 more plays (55 to 44)." BIGGEST LOSS to the Bears was that of defensive halfback Steve Erpelding, who broke his arm on the fourth play from the end of the game. He made a bruising tackle on the play. He'll be lost for the season and Mike Schiltz will probably go both ways at halfback to fill the vacancy. Muller also sustained a minor shoulder injury but it is not considered serious. Cooper praised the work of Kevin O'Brien at center and Muller, and also had nice words to say about his junior quarterback Tom Black. Schiltz picked up 7% yards per carry in 12 tries. In all, Cooper used about 18 or 19 men in the game. Garrigan had great student backing with a crowd of nearly 500 fans traveling to the game. All four school buses transported 176 students. STEVEl ERPELDING Sentral posts 12-6 victory Fenton — The Sentral high school football team posted its opening game victory Friday night as they swept past Kanawha 12-6 in a non-conference game. Sentral starts loop action at home this Friday against Lincoln-Central of Gruver. v Jerry Nerem scored one Sentral touchdown on a six- yard run and the other was tallied by Ken Marlow on a 50-yard pass play. The game was played at Kanawha. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST The Advance Football Guesting Contest opened last week and the $15 in cash prize* disappeared quickly — outside of the area by chance. All three winners were out of the Kossuth area. First place was won by ex-Algonan Dave Everds of Allison. He was one of only two contestants to miss just four of the games and considering there was a tie in the 22 games, this was a fine record. Second place was won by Jean Goff, Louisville, Ky. Everds had the closest to the top number of team points (46 by Louisville). Third was won by Ted Stang of Adair AFB in Oregon and a son-in-law of Brail Wright of Algona. He missed five games and hit the 46 points right oo the nose. f On the honor roll with five misses were Bill Dudding, Bancroft; Jane Fraser and Dave McCarthy, both of Algona. Mining six games were Jerry Puffer, Mrs. Charles Hoffmann, Wayne Christiansen, Jane Fraser, Brett Bartlett, Mary Kisch, Gladys Shumway, all of Algona; Jesse Shore, Titusville, Fie.; Marlyn Sachs, Des Moines. Mrs. George Baumann, Lakota; M. C. Pearson, Clarence. Another big contest appeared in Monday's paper. v Punt, Past and Kick event to be held Oct. 12 The 7th annual Punt, Pass and Kick competition will be staged in Algona at the old athletic field on Friday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m., it was announced this week. The event is cosponsored locally by the Algona JayCees and the Taylor Motor Co. A total of 18 trophies will be awarded by Taylor's, one to each of the top three boys in each of six age groups between 8 and 13. Local winners in Algona will advance to higher-level competition. The eventual winners compete during the half ,of the NFL PlayrOff game; oii Jaii; • 7, ^IflGS: tbcal Iwinhers 5 will- compete in zone contests an4 then district competition will be held for the winners. Boys interested may begin signing up at Taylor's for the event. Twin Rivers edges Humboldt , 18-7 Muller bulls for gam ' Bode — Twin Rivers high school posted its second straight victory over Humboldt last Friday night, 18-7. The Pirates were the only team to defeat North Central Conference champion Humboldt a year ago. Over 1200 fans watched the game and saw Humboldt take a 7-6 lead at the half and then Twin Rivers took over for two second half touchdowns. Duane Marcellus, Twin Rivers coach, is an ex-Humboldt athletic great. Twin Rivers will meet Manson this Friday. The Pirates have their entire backfield from last year back and returnees Roger Clark and Mike Christiansen scored the three TD's. Quarterback Steve Bergum completed 9 of 15 passes for 139 yards. A 42-yard Bergum to Christensen pass scored the fin* TR tally. Last half markers were posted by Christensen on a fourth down pass and by Clark on a short run. th iB f^» J K A S K MULI -^ R ' uwho seems destined to become the Garrigan high school workhorse this football season, is shown bursting for a good gain in the EstherviUe game last week SSr^S*^ 1 ^ ^Sf\' Artow 5h ° WS b * U ^ s two Midget tacklers ffiio^l whSh ««?? e W, 3 VS?f for l55 y ards " In the back g ro «nd is the new concrete which was dedicated last Friday night and used for the first time. Mm Mtmky 114 The Algona high school Junior Varsity opened its season with an 18-0 victory over Emmetsburg Monday night at KmrnetlbUfg. Tli* * bulldog J team is basically a fre*h-*oph unit with • few Junior rcser Vei added, Steve Willrett scored the first Algoiia touchdown 'on a pass from Jack Waller in, the fifst quarter, fhe play cover* ed about 18 yards. Steve fit* patfick ran four yards fof Ai- gona's second quarter mifkef and a 12-0 halftime lead. Willrett tallied Algona's last touchdown on a 12-yard run in the second half, two passes and a kick failed for the extra point*. Algona's de feme held Emmeteburg without I fifat down for the first three quarters. The local team is loach*, by Don Cimeniach and Lynn Kueck. They'll meet Clarion next week Monday night at 1 p.m. at Clarion. Remember BF6 Trailmaker Silvertown Dt*pa)st-bitinfl «dgM of all major brands. Wida, husky modarn traad that givaa tow>truck traction on snow or ica. Yat rolls smooth and quiat on claarad straats and highways. And naw customized 4-ply nylon cord construction kaapa BFG Trailmakara rolling for mora miles through mora hard winters. ONLY $ INSTALLATION 15.00 4-ply Nylon tubolns blackmail. 6:00-13, plus SI .61 excite tax and lire from your car. 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