Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1967 · Page 3
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Algeria's unbeaten Fresh-Soph football team Kim Cowboys *ftd Indians: Katie (Hitmftfe, Jim Gerdis, Jute A. Titfgea, SheiM Ludwig, Ctoi Pufter, Howard.. HMB, 11m Sdtitip, Detii Bennett ' And CJuriirty Omore. Spacemen & lilt's: Gregg fitttther, Todd Bllcr, Steven Voight, David fhorsoti, Kevin Nelson, ttevid Sohn, Alan Ofe sen, Linda Cramer and 'Sums, BUiy tioddm, . Frtdctw, SUMft My«tt, Tt*« •-"*" JIB* fife agR and Lori Snyder, Netatte Jim . Hanson. Joan Skogstrom, Bet, UDVANCI CLASSIFIED AM ay Bangs, Kent HopkiM, Jack BftINO BIO RISOLTt FAfTI THI UNBEATEN Algona high school Fresh-Soph football team Is shown after completing their fine season under coaches Don Camenisch and Lynn Kueck. Hie team won six games and was tied by Clarion 0-0. Shown above, front row, left to right, Gary Gade, Mark Olson, Tom Laing, Robbie , Claude, Duane Hunt, Steve Fitzpatrick, Darrell Miller, Steve Mueller, Tom Elbert, Alan Ross; second row, Bob Kundsen, Russ Bird, Wayne Pedersen, Jack Waller. Steve Armstrong, Dave Simpson, Mike Putney, Fred Struthers, Rickie Nielsen, Don Sindelar; back rowJLes Simpson, Steve Willrett, Craig Carson, Steve Schultz, Bill McDonald, Ron Matz, John Hedlund and Dave Ruhnke (Mgr.) Not pictured, Terry Mains. Exclusive Advance Photo. Algona bombs Clear Lake with 9-TD ban-age Friday, 63-14 Black scores four and Betts three in rout STATISTICS ClMr Algona Laic* First downs 19 7 Total yds. gained 542 233 by rushing __ 443. , 61 by passing ___ 99 172 Passes attempted 10 24 Passes completed 4 9 Passes Inter, by 1 2 Fumbles lost __ 0 1 Kicks blocked _ 1 0 Penalties 6-50 8-50 * * * Algona high school scored ' the most points it has scored , in one game since 1919 as it ', hit outclassed Clear Lake with a nine-touchdown barrage and a 63-14 victory here Friday night to close out its season with a fine 7-1 record. On th* night of Oct. 11, 1919, Algona posted • 77-7 victory ovor Emmotsburg high school. It his boon 48 yoars sine* any team hat ... gotten moro than. 62 points line* that date. After dominating the first half with a 28-0 lead, the Bulldogs built their cushion to 42-0 before Clear Lake scored. Senior Rich Black got 24 of the Algona points with four touchdowns on runs of 14, 3, 6 and 65 yards. Junior Mike Betts scored three times on a 57-yard screen pass and runs of 57 and 40 yards. Junior Larry Taylor added another six-pointed with a 27 yard dash and brilliant fullback Randy Riedinger got the other on a one-yard plunge. MARRING THE WIN was injury to senior back Tim Clark, who was knocked out momentarily with four minutes remaining in the game. Clark threw a block on a punt runback, and was injured at this point, carried off the field, but was reported to be okay after the game and was not hospitalized. Algona rolled up a hug* 542 yards and 443 woro on tho ground. At tho half, Algona had hold Clear Lakt to 35 total yards and no first downs. • Algona took the opening kickoff and marched 38 yards in eight plays after a reverse on the kickoff took the ball to the Lion 38. Black went the final 14 yards with just 2:51 gone in the game. An 80-yard punt return for 1 a touchdown by Betts was nullified by two clipping penalties but Algona got its second touchdown in just three plays after that starting from its own 15. Rich Black scooted 23 yards to the Algona 38 and on the next play after a five-yard penalty against the Lions, IBettts fielded a screen pass and broke into the clear lor the touchdown with 3 minutes left in the first quarter. ALQONA scored again with two minutes gone in the tec- )nd quarter when Taylor burst up the middle for 27 yards. Rich Black got the fourth first half touchdown with 3:21 left in the half on a three-yard plunge after Algona had marched 41 yards in nine plays. This was |ust a prelude to what was to com* on this frosty night. A small crowd bravod tomporaturos in tho toons and many stayed until tho finish. Clear Lake got its first two first downs after the second half kickoff but a pass interception by senior end Neal Smith started Algona from its own 30. Roger Barr passed 14 yards to Greg Allen and then Tim Black, who along with brother Rich both threw passes, hit Betts for 16 yards. Rich ran it over from the six after car- riesrby himself and Taylor ate up 12 more yards. That made it 35-0 (Tim Black kicked five straight extra points) with 5:40 gone in the third period. Mike Dreyer blocked a Clear -Lake kick on the Lion-seven yard line lateen the period and Riedinger carried it over from the one on the second play of the fourth quarter. This time, foreign exchange student Ian Davison split the uprights with a PAT and he did it again on the next touchdown. COACH KEITH Christie started using a Junior Varsity offensive team dominated by sophomores about now and they performed creditably against the veteran Lion team. But a Jack Wallor pass was intercepted by Qonnis Lincicum on tho Algona 35- * yard lino midway in tho period and ho/had smooth sailing into tho onrf nno. That mado it 42-7. On the first play from scrimmage after the kickoff, Rich Black took a pitchout and streaked 65 yards for a TD with 4:10 left in the game. A block by Tim Clark cleared .the final defender and it was on this play that Clark was injured. CLEAR LAKE used five passes to score against the sophomore-studded Algona defense but Betts came right back on-the first play after the next kickoff to get it back on a 57-yard run on the exact play Black scored on minutes earlier. Botts got tho final Algona marker on tho last play of tho gam*' (in fact tho gun soundod as ho swivolod towards tho goal). He wont 40 yards for tho marker on a beautiful run. And so ended a fine season for Coach Christie and his Bulldogs. Only one other At gona team, the 1962 club which had seven wins and a tie, has had a better record in the past 39 years. CONFERENCE (Final) W L Webster City 7 0 Algona : 6 1 Humboldt 5 2 • Clarion __I^^_1_:±:4 "-3^ Hampton 3 4 Iowa Falls 2 5 Eagle Grove 1 6 Clear Lake o . 7 ; Rosult* last Friday Algona 63 Clear Lake 14 . Webster City 43 Clarion 0 Humboldt 21 Hampton 12 Iowa Falls 13 Eagle Grove 0 Sophomores rip Bear freshmen Thursday. 33-0 The Garrigan high school sophomores ripped the freshmen in their annual inter- squad game Thursday after noon, 33-0. Phil Richter and Pat Nugent scored two touchdowns each in the big Soph win. The fifth marker was by Dale Detrick, who intercepted a , Freshman- pass and Hated 45 yards for the score. The Sophs led 21-0 at Che hjflf and were in complete command. The freshmen, coached by Dick Walsh, put on GOOD/YEAR 4 PLY NYLON CORD WINTER TIRES The winter lire buy of Che season! •.$0/7.0011$ tMbflui tlickwill tUf 7.35/7.75 < 14 (.2$ « 14 I.SS 1 14 7.75x1$ 1.15 1 15 1.45X15 Lib/ 9.00x15 •WIST $19.95 SM $24.95 $21.95 $23.95 '| •SM $29.95: . f if TW' fir lire $2.21 $2.3S $2.56 ' • !«.23 " N, 12.33 $2.53 $2.M * 3-T nylon co«/ t jtonf-Hrtorini TM/i/n rubber BUY NOW on our Easy Pay Plan • Has a deep-bit* tread • WhitewaJJs only $3.00 mor» NILTOR SINCLAIR SERVICE one drive in the third quarter that carried to near the Sophomore 20-yard line. Pete McGuire and Frank Flaig did a fine job for. the FrosHi while Pat Nugent and Keith Frideres were outstanding for the Sophs. ; Terry Bruce did the coaching for the winners. The JV's ended their season with 4 wins, 3 losses and one tie. Sundet to race for All-American honors Saturday Bnuse Sundet, one of itfie 'finest runners ever to come out of Algona, will compete for Adi-American honors in 'the National Collegiate Cross Country run this Saturdiay at Whdatton College in minjofc. - : -' He will be ajnong 300 fo 400 collegians running in the Cross Country race. The top 15 finishers will be ranked as . OoHlegialte AU-Americans arid well be eligible to compete in tlhe National University finals in Kansas later this month. The race will be run ait 11 a.m. at Wheaton this Saturday and his parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet and Sharon, will drive in to watch the race. Bruce is a senior at Luther ooOege where he has won many honors in racing. Last week for 'the time he broke 20 seconds (19.56) in a practice run. I Lions club Halloween party largest ever Hundreds of youngsters and adults attended the lions club Halloween party Tuesday evening, one of the largest held here. 'Frete refreshmnts were given children and their parents, Oomtumes were judged and itlhere were games for all ages. All events • were supervised by members of the Lions dub amid Joe Bradley Jr. was party chairman. A parade was held before the party, with the Garrigan band leading the costumed youngsters down State street to the Algona Athletic field. Winners Who received certificates and prize money in the costume judging wetfe: Ghosts and witches: Terry, Maahs, Joan Burt, Judy Hei- dersdheidit, Debra Besoh, Julie Haas, Wanita Haas, Kim, Peterson, Carol Haahr, land Tom Carlson. Tramps and hoboes: Mark Ferris, Donna Cook, Patty BustiheiY Dicky" Moe, : Mark BMw»p;iSteve Winket,-: Sara ehri&hiilles, Terry Wilden, Jeff Riiah, and Larry Wilden. Clowns: Janet Hinken, Jean Cook, Jerry Buscher, Verletta Christian, Terry Buscher Mid New Champlin Premium Green Diesel Fuel will give you more power than any other diesel fuel you can buy. Period. 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