Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 2
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Garrigan Fresh-Soph teams Grade school champs THE GARRIGAN high school sophomore football team recently completed • fine season, winning four games, losing three and tying one. Two of the losses were against varsity teams from Swea City and Thompson, both of whom finished in' the top three of the State Line Conference. Shown above, front row, left to right, Mike Black, Chris Reilly, Gary Cooper, Kevin Roethler, Louis Weber and Coach Bruce; second row, Rich Eischen, Phil Richter, Dale Detrick, Joe Elbert and Dennis Potthoff; third row, Keith Frideres, Pat Nugent, Steve Schenck, Jerome Kohlhaas, Jeff Schuller and Bob Davis. Exclusive Advance Photo by Bill Bray. GARRIGAN'S FRESHMAN football team was strong on numbers this year and some good prospects were included. The team won one game, lost another and tied a third. They are shown, front row, left to right, Gary Kollasch, Randy Davis, Duane Thilges, Terry Simons, Kirk Schuller, Mike Rahm, Kenny Dahlhauser and Mike McDonald; second row, Frank Black, Mark Reilly, Donald Straub, Steve Lappe, Joe Courtney, Bud Lickteig, Don Salz and Craig Roethler; third row, Phil McCarthy, Mike Schnieder, Craig Erpelding, Jim Miller, Allen Kirschbaum, Denny Youngwirth, Tom Thilges, Tom Richter; fourth row, Mark Nitchals, Dave Neuroth, John Heinen, Dave Fandel, Jim Bormann, Dave Dahlhauser, Mike Skilling and Jim Plathe; fifth row, Coach Walsh, Mike Salz, Bill Nugent, Wayne Klein, Chuck Cassel, John Zatloukal, Pete McGuire, Paul Mertz, Jack Krieps and Brian Murphy. Not pictured but members of the squad are Dan McGuire and Paul Schultz. Exclusive Advance Photo by Bill Bray. Garrigan closes season ;•* ^t» ^^BB^% •.• - •.<-.-.• f • • -, • .- ,v . - .. !•• t, 41-20 victory here open SMSM here Nov. 22 The Algona high' school wrestling squad began practice Monday, Nov. 6, and with their first dual meet less than three weeks following the beginning workouts, 40 boys have reported and are^ busy preparing for what is hoped to be a good mat season for the Bulldogs. In March of this year the Algona high school wrestling team was represented by five boys at the state wrestling tournament and ended Up in second place. In March. 19Q6, Coach "Champ" Martin took (our grapplers to Waterloo for the state meet and walked off with the first place trophy in the class A division. What Will happen March 1 and 2, 1968, remains to be •'. seen, but there is a definite note of optimism around the Algona mat circles, and it is no secret Coach Martin is ex- f pecting great things from his wrestlers this year. Gone via graduation is un- i defeated champion Clint Young (145); but returning . is champion Steve Claude (127), who is expected to wrestle at the same weight this year as a senior. Also back this year are three other boys who made ^ the state tournament trip, seniors Don Camp and Randy Riedinger, and junior Bruce Bennett. Also back are Denny Petersen, Phil Bode and Brad Farnham who went to the district tournament before bowing out last spring. Other returning lettermen include Paul Watkins, Ed Bennett, Jerry Simpson and Tom Laing. Add to this list tough competitors 'ike Larry Taylor, Duane Hunt, Rob Claude, Darrell Miller, Lance Rutledge, Gary Gade and Steve Willrett, and you come up with a fairly good group of wrestlers. Some of these boys will be hard-pressed for positions on the team by a number of strong freshmen, plus several others who have gained . experience on the junior var- Kelt JonfMMrn> _^. ------- 204 Night W L Dwtrt'i ______ i-L 2f » QttfiMe* .__„— 25 11 tfcmrti'i- ________ 21 If VlWng OU ____ ,„ 21 15 Htfh Teem §er,«i 2_AI0one (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, NOV. 9,1967 18 17 CHAMPIONS OF the Garrigan high school Grade School football tournaments which were completed last Saturday night prior to the Garrigan-Newman game was the Algona I teani which defeated St. Benedict, 20-0. Shown above, left to right, bottom row, Tom Muller, Tini McGuire, Jim Welp, Randy Stalzer, Mark Montag (injured in a previous game) and Bob LiCkteig; second row, Steve Goecke, Harold Bestenlehner, Joe Straub Jr., Gary Nelson and Jim Cassel; back row, Ron Nitchals, Mike Cooper, Gary Erpelding, Joe Bestenlehner and Tim McCarthy. Coach of the team was Joe Straub. Twin Rivers ends with 7-1 waton, 39-27 Bed* — Twin Rivers high school clinched second place in the Twin Lakes Conference Friday night by dumping 'Rblfe 39-27. The Pirates finished with a 7-1 season, losing •"only to conference champion Mansori. •">Twin Rivers led 20-0 at the toalf but Rolfe came out for tine second half fired up and soared 4 touchdowns, three of them in the last quarter. ,;'Scoring for the winners were Doug Logue, who finished a fine career with three touchdowns on runs of 2, 20, and 56 yards. He also kicked „ three extra points and played a' fine defensive game. '^ Other touchdowns were by Roger Clark as he nan, 21 yards for the first Twin Riv,e|s score and then took off ,'oh a 43-yard' touchdown jaunt late in the first half. Dorothy Kir* __---_ HrfhO-me Marge Friday Ken's Auto L ----- 28 8 -_ 23 13 High Team Serlei Ootat-toCoast __, -----High Series Women — Val Alcorn ._• 483 Men — Orie Petersen — 862 High Gam* Women — Val Alcom _1 182 Men — Jim Sdiultz — - 212 Saturday Night Mixed Doublet League No. 1 SwunKm's ___ :._-_ 26 10 Be-ir's ___ ______ - 23 13 Taylor _____________ 23 13 High Team Seriet North Iowa Appliance _ 2289 HighSerlM •'• Women — Jean Reynolds 508 Men — H. Gedlenfeld __-_ 587 Mixed Doubles League No. 2 High Serie. Women — Betty JergenB 444 Men — A, E. Briggs ____ 599 High Game Women — Betty Jergens 185 Men — A. E. Briggs ____ 198 Sear's ______ ___!:_ 18 Old Style ____ -—19 High Team Series Tall Paul's __________ 2989 High Series D. Davis ____ High Game D. Davis ________ _ ___ High Series H. Penning __ High Game H. Penning :___._— 223 .1. •y 638 Wednesday Night 564 COFF.EE CUP LEAGUE ' : :., ' , / : . '. .W- L 8 Balls _—_,-_-.— 7 I Underdogs ——— 6 2 Shafks ———— 3 5 233 Tuesday Night League No. 1 W Lindhorst Deputies 29 iBuscher Bros. —29 U«t Bleotric ______ 24 Reding's Gravel __ 21 High Series Davis _________ ------ 268 High Gam* Davis __ ___ _ ______ — 626 L 7 7 12 15 L 8 10 13 G. Fareway '••_— 28 Lindsay __„,_____ 26 (Larry's Snack Bar 23 High Teem Series Iowa State Dank — ___ High Series Kay Voigt High Game Kay Voigt;--—— :_ 194 2440 559 Wednesday Night Garrigan high school cM- maxed another winning foot- balll season Saturday night as ths Bears ripped Newman of Mason City 41-20 on the local field in chilly temperatures to fIrtish their season with a 6-3 mark. A pair of union, Mike Schilti and Jack Muller, pounded over three touchdowns each to spark the rout, which was much more lopsided than th« final score would indicate. Garigan led 27-0 at the half and added to their margin with a third period touchdown to mike it 34-0 before Newsman finally got on the score- 'board. The visitors did mosT of their scoring against Bear reserves in the final moments of the game. It was a frosty night and the cold weather kept the crowd 'down considerably but those 'that showed up got a fine display of the Bear offensive powers. MULLER began the night's 'scoring festivities as he burst off tackle and rambled 44 yalrds for a touchdown with the game just two minutes old,j; 'He broke through three tapklers enroute to touch- doyfniand and Schiltz added the point, on a run, jfThe Bears moved 45 yards for a touchdown with less than six minutes gone in the game and this time it was Schilt* who scooted eight yards for the TD to climax a 45-yard drive, This time Muller bulled for the point and the two Bear runners had seven point* each in the 14-0 lead. Late in the first period, Garrigan took off on a 74- yard drive in nine plays. It wan SchUt2 and Muller doing moM of the work but 9 Tom Froehlich pass to Schiltz was a Wg gainer for 16 yards. SdhjJtz slipped away for a 26- yard run for the six points but tli* pass for point failed. OARRIGAN got its 27-0 halftime lead late in the first hjif after Tom Black speared § Newn»n pass and returned it to the Newman 34. Four pliy$ liter. Muller bulled over for : Uve TJ> and Schitu ran Shortly after thf inttr- turn. Schilti went over from the thre* and Pat Nugent bucked for the 34th point. Newman got its first touchdown after a blocked punt late in the third period and went 75 yards early in the fourth period for another. Froehlich countered with two long passes, first to Black for 18 yard's and then to Mul- ;ler for 44 yards. Schiltz finally took it over from the three- yard line and it was 41-13. Newman marched 40 yards for its final touchdown in the, dying minutes of the game. Gaiirigan rolled up 419 yards including nearly 300 on the ground. Froehlich hilt six passes for 121 yardis while a strong Garrigan rush kept Newman to only one completion in eight tries. ///"/'//S//////S/////,/,// //,/,, //////////////,'//////'////////////,,///////////,///////,/////////////,///. Titonka wins game; Thompson wins title STATE LINE CONFERENCE (Final) W L T Thompson 501 Sentral 510 Swea City 312 Lincoln-Central 321 Armstrong 150 Titonka 150 Woden-CL 150 Results last Friday Titonka 13 Armstrong 6 Swea City 6 Lincoln-Central 6 Thompson 13 Woden-CL 6 Sentral — Ended Season Titonka high school won its first game of the season and escaped from sole possession of the State Line Conference cellar Friday night as the Indians upended Armstrong 13- 6. Titonka had lort its first seven games. The win puts Titonka in a share of sixth place with Armstrong and Woden-Crystal Lake. The latter team extended Thompson all the way before bowing, 13-6 in a surprise showing. The losers were actually ahead 6-0 at the half. Sentral ended its season the previous week and had a 5-1 mark in the conference for second place. Swea City and Lincoln-Central battled to a 6-6 tie, preserving the Trojans' hold on third place. Swea City got a first quarter touchdown from Randy Newlin and the lead held up until the final period when L-C scored but also missed the point. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Barry Walker of Algona posted a first place in the weekly Advance Football Guessing contest in the heaviest entry list thus far, He missed five games and his 47 point guess was closest to the top number of points scored by Yale over Dartmouth last weekend. Second pUce of *5 was won by Ronnie teteh of Whittemore with five misses «nd a 45 point gwtss. In third pl«ce wet Robert Lov.Ud of Bur, with a 44-point guest and five with a 42-point guess im | fj ¥f ^^ ^ mining five* 1 **! B. J. Br.dford of Algona with a 42-point gwess, On the Honor Roll with fix missel were Roger Hensen, Fenton; Bill Pr«h*ski, Buffalo Center; Arnold AndrMMn, Minneapolis; John Mcfewdl, Austin, Texas; Alt* Uwman, Grand Prair.f, Te*i»; Al Slob., Merrill Wfiber, Mrs. Cyrti, *£?*.!« ***»'. »•"»****! Loran fettle, Thomas • MtwoMJi p»« tn4 get all h>* way If th* Knights' 4-- * lint t«t W-vTrd re- AJ v * n » , Erpl*din 9 , all of Algona. « s 0 " 1 *** «•» *» *wi>* •'* '" W* P«W »wtitinf HM three winnW« much depth in the ^heavier, weight classes, there should, be competition for every varsity position up through .the 165-lb. class, with six or eight good boys in one or two of the lighter weights. It is probable some of the tryout matches for the varsity this year will be better than some opposition the winner of the tryout will face in actual varsity meets. A GLANCE at the schedule shows four tournaments this year, the Eagle Grove, Algona and Osage Invitationals, and a conference tourney to be held at Clear Lake. The dual meet season gets underway Wednesday, Nov. 22, when the locals host Britt. This will be followed with a trip to Blue Earth Saturday, Nov. 25, for another dual meet, and the always tough Eagle Grove Invitational is the following Saturday, Dec. 2. The complete varsity and junior high wrestling schedules are printed below: Nov. 22—Britt Hero Nov. IS—Slui Earth - Thora Dec, 2—fa|l« Grove Invitational Doc. S—ClorloH Hora Dot. IS—Humholdt Tkara Doc. 14—AlfOHO Invitational Doc. aa—Fort Do-so —r- Thoro Doc, 10—Oio|« Invitational Jan. 4—Hampton Horo Jon. 10—Wobitor City Thoro Jan. 17—locjlo Grovo Thoro Jon. aft—leva Falb Thoro Jan. a?—Conforonco (at Clear Lako) FOB. 2—Oioto — Hero Fob. 7—Cloar Lako -^ Thoro Fob. I a - IS—Sectional Tournament Fob. 21 . a*—Diitrict Tournament March I 4 a—State Tournament JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLING Nov. aa—Britt 741, 4:30 ... Hera Nov. at—Slue farth, 741, 2:00 There Dec. S—Clarion, tth, 4:10 ---- Hero Dec. IS—Humkeldt, 7-S-t, 4:1 S Thoro Dec. IS—Ittherville, Sfh 4:10 . Here Jon. a—Clear lake, 7 4 S, 1:10 Hero Jan. 10—HwmbeUt, 7 4 S, 4:10 Hare Feb. 10—te«le Crave Quadrangle—ftb Wssl Bond lip* Twril Friiiy West Bendl — West Bend romped past Terril 40-12 in a Corn Belt conference game 'here Friday night. Stan Zinruel was the scoring leader for West Bend with three touchdowns, coming on a 20 yard run and two 2-yard plunges. Dean Hansetoian dove three yards for a touchdown, and Dick Meyer passed for two touchdowns for the victors. One went to Chuck SoheJlmyer for six yards, and the oMlher to Mark Jones for 19 yards. Tenril's pair of touclidowns both pame on two yard plunges, one by Dave '"'"" and the other was by Galbratii. sMS Monday Night "T, r< League No. 1 ••.y >y^p ; ::.•;" w Alg. Flour & Feed 34 Ijndfilay 22 L 2 14 <J. Tuesday Night League No. 2 W r il^ne Rjoom —i-4-^ 32 •-?4'jtf*yl*">. -\ 'fe>to 27 H '^eldenBatt _^^21 ' High Team Series Weddenhoff IS 2902 W Elk Cleaners _— 26 Alg. livestock Act. 23 iFenlon Elevator __ 23 Hamm's Beer—— 20; 's Recreaition 3 High Series J. liiilges High Game L 10 13 13 'Jft %77 553 Funk selected as "Player of Week" Lenny Funk, ex-Algona high school football player, was named "Player of the Week" after a game at the LaCrosse Branch of the University of Wisconsin 2 weeks ago. He was given the honor for his play against River Falls State Teachers on Oct. 21.. ' ' ":;' '.-.;•: Funk, who is a defensive end, is a junior at the LaCrosse, Wis. school. His parents 'attended'the game as did ., l,"a great deal of', newspaper publicity' on his selection. 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