Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 5
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Betts, Meyer score ThMpM and Eagle Grove wrestling champs Titonka split jam* Friday ROGER MEYER, No. 42 in white, goes in for a laytip and two of his 25 points against Eagle Grove here Friday night in a game won by the Bulldogs, 71-62. Action is in the first half. Looking on is No. 32 Mike Belts and No. 40, Roger Barr, with back to camera. Photo by Bill Bray. MIKE BETTS, No. 32, fires at the basket during the second half of the Algona - Eagle Grove game here Friday as three Eagle cagers zero in for a.possible rebound. Belts scored eight points in the Bulldog victory. Algona takes on Humboldt and Webster City this weekend. Photo by Bill Bray. LuVerne teams post two more victories The red-hot LuVerne high ' school basketball teams roared to their fourth straight double cage win Friday night •as they posted wins over Boone Valley of Renwick at Renwick Friday night. The dubs entertained Kanawha Tuesday night. The LuVerne girls are still unbeaten for the season as 'they posted a 56-52 victory in the opener. The club is 4-0 in 'the North Star Cnference. Linda Wilhelm paced the win with 27 points while Michele Coyle added 19 and Connie Hefty 10. LuVerne was in front at the half, 28-22. The boys won their fourth straight after an opening game loss to Buffalo Center as they took the nightcap, 6862. They led at all three quarter stops after an IBV? first quarter lead- Coach Bryce Wickett's club was in front at the half, 34-25, Doug Nelson led all scorers with 19 points while Puane Will added 16 and three other hoys had ton each — Pfcul Swanson, Lee Schipull and Don Bristow, UJVfRNf GIRLS ff ft Pf L. WUhelm -— 10 7-12 0 M. Coyle —— 7 M I Hefty—-—-3 4-6 0 L. Coyle ——— 0 0-0 8 Meyers ______ 0 0-0 4 B. Coyle 0 <M> 6 J. Wilhelm 0 Q-0 0 TOTALS — - W 1*8? 14 LUViRNf I6YS Sentralboys drubW-CL; Nelson Will Bristow Swans®/) ScbipuJl WoJI TQT*U| .1 6 4-4 4 &C 4 5 Qr) 3 5 0-0 4 I l-l Q 11 girls lose WODEN-CRYSTAL,LAKE Sentral and Woden-Crystal Lake split a pair of basketball games Friday night as Sentral won the boy's game 3183 and the Woden^Crystal Lake girls won their game 61-59. Jim Geltzenauer paced the balanced scoring of Sentral with K points. Owen Kerber had 20 points and Howard Mueller added )9 for Sentral, Jack Larson was high for Woden-Crystal Lake with 23 points.' Kathy Kirschbaum was high for the Woden-Crystal Lake girls with 30 points. Shirley Steffcn had 33 and Linda Hanna rounded out the scoring with eight points. Cindy Lockwood with 24 points, Betty Wehrspan with 18 points and Teresa Voight with 17 points headed the Sentral attack. SENTRAL Boys (81) FG FT PF TP Kerber 10 Q 2 20 Herein 4 8 5 }0 Marlow 3 4 0 10 Geiteenausr 10 2 l 22 Mueller 8 3 219 TOTAL 35 U 10 81 WODEN-CRYSTAL LAKE (53) FG FT PF TP 2337 10 3 2 33 4 1 4 9 0 1 1 I Anderson 1143 ftirriaeton \ o o 2 Barrett o 393 Efcfeerington 1315 TOTAL 19 H 17 §3 WOPENTCRYSTAL LAKE 12 5 »9 17 53 SENTRAL |3 3,0 g2 |$ 9| THOMPSON — Thompson won Its second game of the sea- soil and the first In conference play with • 70-49 victory over Titonka Id Friday night boys' basketball action. John Harlson led Thompson With 3? points followed by 13 points by Lynn Anderson and 12 points by Mike Hamlln. Gaty Ludwig had 12 points for Titonka. John Kiley added 11 and Dnrrel Harms had 10 points. In girls' action, Titonka edged Thompson 43-42, TITONKA Boys (49) FG FT PF TP Harms Kiley Banting Isebrand, B. Heyer Ludwig G leaking TOTAL 34 4 10 3 5 5 11 4 05 8 2 0 2 4 1 03 2 5 25 12 0 20 2 18 13 24 49 THOMPSON (70) Hamlin Anderson Peterson Harlson Norstrud Sill TOTAL THOMPSON TITONKA PC FT PF TP 525 12 6 1 3 13 0 050 9 19 2 37 10 22 2226 23 24 19 70 14 13 18 25 70 14 11 13 11 49 Ledyard boys take Armstrong CHAMPIONS OF, THE Eagle Grove Invitational wrestling meet last Saturday included two Algona wrestlers—Phil Bode, third from left in back row, and heavyweight Brad Farnham, far right back row. .Since the meet. Farnham has underwent an appendectomy and will be lost to the squad for at least a month. Pictured above, front row, Rick Sen- ropp, Prairie of-Cedar Rapids; Eldwyn Bruhl, Eagle Grove: Bob Tague, Fort Dodge- Tim Friederichs, Fort Dodge; Keith Brown. Fort Dodge; Tom Peck. Mason City; back row, Mike Foster, Mason City; John Showalter, Hampton; Bode; Scott Peterson, Eagle Grove: Dale Morris, Fort Dodge; and Farnham. Garrigan opens with 76-54 win Friday, 87-52 Have pair of road games this weekend LEDYARD - A fourth luarter rally by the Ledyard jlrls fell short as Armstrong nipped the Pantheretts 71-68 in State Line basketbalh action Friday night. The Ledyard boys rolled to a 87-52 win over the Armstrong boys. Leading the way for Armstrong was Terry Marler with 36 points. Rene. Cooklln added 21 points. High scorers for Ledyard were Marlene Johnson and Shirley Menke scoring 34'and 29 points respectively." High scorer for the Ledyard boys was Tom Na.uman with 23 points? *•-.•< ••-.'afri.v.*... .->•:-. ' ->" '•«''• '• . ARMSTRONG % '••'««' '• "nc •?¥ GlrlsfCTl) r • : .;;• , FG FT PF TP THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1967 Algona (Iowa) Advance—5 Marler Clark Cooklln Cecil Colston Breuer Cronk Jones TOTAL Johnson, M. Menke Klinksiek Smith Johnson, J. Warner Busch Blome Grlese TOTAL Logeman Smith Govern Johnson Dontje Nauman Walker Farrow Johnson, M. Englebarts Kollasch Busch TOTAL 12 12 3 36 5 4 4 14 7 7 2 21 0 050 0 0 5 0 0040 0030 0020 24 23 28 71 LEDYARD (68) FG FT PF TP 9 16 1 34 13 . 30 29 135 5 0 020 0 060 0060 00 60 0060 0 01 0 23 22 33 68 LEDYARD (87) FG FT PF TP 6 6 2 18 1 2 4 3 9 8 1 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 1 7 3 8 3 6 2 23 17 2 0 0 0 0 34 19 24 87 Rake edges SweaCityby 5947 count RAKE - Paul Johnson hit a 15 r foot jump shot with 5 seconds left in the overtime period to give Rake a 59-57 victory in Friday night State Line basketball action. The victory gave Rake Its first conference win and a 1-1 season's record. Swea City is 0*3 for the season. Johnson ended the game with 18 points. D&ve Benn had 15 points, Steve Haugen had 12 and Paul Bendickson added 11 points for Rake, Mike Johnson was high for Swea City with 18 points follow* ed by Randy Newlin with 16 points, Swea City won the B game .41-26. SWEA CITV (57) FG FT ?F TP Johnson 8 2 9 18 Bf rg 323i ftfewUn, J. 3 1 1 7 NtwUn, R. 72 0 |6 Tnor*son 2044 Lofstrom 1224 TOTAL 24 9 13 57 THi APVANCI StNOS YQVR WANT AOTO 5,000 KQS$gTH HQME$ Garrigan high school kicked off its basketball season in fine fashion Saturday night as the Bears won their opening; game at Bancroft, 76-54 over 1 St. John's high school. ;; The Bears, who don't play ,' •t home until Dec. 16, have ^ a rugged road trip awaiting ""*[ them .this weekend. They'll ^ r fa<?f,"Mfjwni. City Newman ^ Friday .night at Mason City .'„,, and then motor to LeMars the following night for a : battle with Gehlen. ;; Local fans will get their first look at the Bears at home on Saturday, Dec. 16 against Pocahontas Catholic. • Big Jack Muller, the only returning regular from last' season, was the big scoring gun for Garrigan before he fouled out late in the game. Muller pitched home 21 points. A newcomer in the varsity ranks, Mike Elbert, found the range for 16 while Kevin O'Brien hit 11 and Dave McCarthy 10. The latter also left on fouls. A TOTAL OF 53 fouls were whistled in the game. Besides . (the two Bears, Bancroft lost : Vaske, Wolf, Kissner and Hat- , ten on fouls, Garrigan broke away from , a 5-5 deadlock with two minutes gone. Muller and Elbert 'accounted for 16 of the first ' 20 Garrigan points as the Bears zoomed away to a 20-10 first period lead and were nevet seriously in trouble, particularly after adding six • 'straight points to start the second period. COACH Vince Meyer's crew ' narrowed the gap to 35-24 at the half but Garrigan had too ' much strength in the second half and had opened up a 6038 'breach by the finish of the 'third period. The Bears controlled the game in the shooting department but under the boards, hauled down * nar- : row 35-33 load in rebounds. Muller tlso topped his team in thtt department with 9 but Elbert and Steve Wingert were net far behind with fivtn t««h. Carpenter led Bancroft with ten while Vtskt hid tight, Ail in all, it was a good beginning for Coach McCsll's plub. They are green with only Muller seeing any appreciable varsity action a year ago- THf $T. JOHN'S junior varsity posted a 50-40 victory in the opener- Mike Fox sparked Bancroft with 16 points while Tom Jansen had 14. Tom Froehlich led the Bears with 14 while Mike Black had eight. GARRIGAN (76). fa. ft pf Muller _________ 8 5-8 5 O'Brien 4 3-5 4 McCarthy 4 2-5 5 Walker _ 15-^3 Etoert 6 4-9 4 Wingert _______ 0 Fickbohm ______ 1 Winikel ________ 3 Black ___________ l TOTALS ____ 28 ST. JOHN'S (54) fg Vaske _________ 2 Wolf __________ 1 Carpenter ______ 7 Kissner ________ 2 Hatten _________ 0 Acaurso ________ 1 \yelp ,. r j;h^____ 2 TOTALS "' ___ 15 • ft pf 8-12 5 3-3 3-5 4-6 3-4 1-2 5 4 5 5 3 ,; 2;2 3 2*34 30 Wrestlers tie for second at EG Invitational HOW THEY FINISHED Fort Dodge .... Eagle Grovt Algona Mason City C a . Prairie Hampton Brltt Alden PH. 8i 64 52 37 31 23 14 111 4 2 2 2 ) 1 0 0 2nd 3 2 j 2 2 0 0 1 1 3 1 1 0 2 3 1 4th 1 0 4 1 2 2 2 0 A share of second place in the Eagle Grove Invitational Saturday was the best the Algona wrestlers could do, in a disappointing showing. Fort Dodge took the title, and the home town Eagles shared second place with the Bulldogs. Algona had a pair of individual champions, Phil Bode in the 154-lb. class, and heavyweight Brad Farnham. Both these boys are juniors. Steve Claude took second in the I27i Ib, class, as did Don Camp in the 145-lb. division. A third place finish was posted by Bruce Bennett in the 165-lb. weight, and four fourth places were won by Gary Gade, Denny Petersen, Bob Cox and Steve Fitzpatrick in the 95, 112, 133 and 18.0 divisions, respectively. Other boys rounding out the Algona team but losing in the first round action were Russ Bird (103), Darrell Miller (120), and Randy Riedinger (138). Bode and Farnham each 0-0 0 won tne ' r titles with com- 1-6 2 P-rative ease. Bode breez- 0_l Q ed to three wins by lop-sid- Q.Q o ed decisions, and Farnham 20-40 23 registered two falls and a decision on his way to the heavyweight title. A summary of the final two rounds follows: SEMI-FINAL ROUND »5 Ibs — Rick Schroop, Prairie, dec. Paul Hoverslen, Hampton, 4-2) John Tabot, Fort Dodge, dec. Gary '.Gade, Algona, 7-0. 101 Ibs — Elwyn Bruhl, Eagle • « Grove, pinned Terry Duwmett, Brltf," 4:48; Steve Robertson, Mason City, dec. Tom Slroup, Hampton, 60. Ill Ibi — Bob Tague, Fort Dodge, ' pinned Denny Peterson, Algona, 3:34; Al Zach, Prairie, dec. John Buck, Brill, 5:56. 1JO Ibs — Tim Friederichs, Fort Dodge, dec. John Ellel, Hampton, 3-0; Dave Slelalt, Alden, dec, Ron • Thorn, Eagle Grove, 7-3. 127 Ibt — Steve Claude, Algona, dec, Keith Osborn, Prairie, 5-2; Keith Brown, Fort Dodge, dec. Dennis Withers. M*son City, 4-3. 113 Ibs — Tom Peck, Mason City, dec. Bob Cox, Algona, 4-0; Jerry Irvine, Fort Dodge, dec. Kevin Reed,. Eagle Grove, 5-1. Ill Ibs — John Cuckie, Fort Dodge, dec. Jerry Slcenlage, Drilt, 5-2; Mike Foster, Mason City, dec. Dick Dlvl- shek, Prairie, 7-J. 145 Ibs — Don Camp, Algona, dec. Tim Dallman, Brltt, 10-0; John Showalter, Hampton, dec, Jerry Barsness, Mason City, 4-0. 1S4 Ibs — Ted King, Eagle Grove, dec. Brjan Farrell, Fort Dodge, 4-3; Phil Bode, Algona, dec. Roger Von Blair, Hampton, 6-0. Ui Ibs — John Everett, Mason City, doc. Carl De Waard, Brltt, 4-2; Scott Peterson, Eagle Grove, dec. Bruce Bennett, Algona, 4-0. 180 Ibs — Marv Stueland, Eagle Grove, pinned Steve Filzpatrick, Algona, 4:21; Dale Morris, Fort Dodge, dec. Steve Jones, Hampton, 4-1. HwT — Brad Farnham, Algona, pinned Roy Tudor, Fort Dodge, 4:17; Jack Spore, Prairie, dec. Randy Omvig, Eagle Grove, 2-0. FINAL ROUND n Ibs — Schropp dec. Tabot, 3-1. 101 Ibs—Bruhl, .dec. Robertson, 11-0 112 Ibi — Tague dec. Zach, 6-2. 120 Ibs — Friederichs dec. Sielaff, 7-0. 127 Ibs — Brown dec. Claude, 2-1 111 Ibs — Peck dec. Irvine, 5-2 111 Ibs — Foster dec. Cuckie, 5-2 145 Ibs — Showalter dec. Camp, 4-2 154 Ibs — Bode dec. King, 8-0 1(5 Ibi — Peterson pinned Everett, 3:54 180 Ibs — Morris dec. Stueland, 3-1 HWT — Farnham dec. Spore, 8-0 CONSOLATION 'ROUND 15 Ibs — Hoverslen dec. Gade, 4-0 101 Ibs — Stroup pinned Dummett, 3:03 112 Ibt — Buck dec. Peterson, 5-4 120 Ibs — Thorn won by Forfeit 127 Ibs — Withers dec. Osborn, 7-1 111 Ibs — Reed dec. Cox, 3-0 111 Ibi — Steenlage dec. Divlshek, 4-0 14$ Ibi.— Dallman pinned Barsntss/ 4:43 i 154 Ibi — Farrell pinned Von Blair, :5B ot OT US Ibi — Bennett dec. De Waard, f-2 110 Ibi — Jones pinned Fltzpalrlck, 2:48 , HWT —Qmvig dec. Tudor, 2-2, 1-0. NEXT UP for the Bulldogs is a dual meet here Friday against Clarion. Coach Pale Brand has never lost a meet at Algona, and has been very YOUR IDE SKATE HEADQUARTERS WE BUY WE SEU, WE TRADE JUIT RECEIVED 50 PAIR BRUNSWICK SKATES Frederick Hardware Reg. |19.o$ I Lakota sweeps pair of games from Burt £irf &sm »,. *. • ,. v % J3^» k«&#i_ < <i '^ 4 !>« LAKOTA - Ukoia swept both games as the boys defeat* ed Burt 80-62 and the girls downed Burt 48-37 In State Line conference basketball action FrMay nlftht. Terry Kromthga led Ukott with 29 points. Doug Karels had 15 and Mark Dorenbush added 10 points. Wayne Laverne was high (or Burt with 23 points followed closely by Howard Batt with 22 points. Linda Her eke led the Lakota girls with 25 points with Joyce Leonard adding 11. BURT Boys (62) FC FT PF TP BaU 10 2 2 22 Mawdsley 3117 Ruhnke 0303 Lavrenz 8 7 3 23 Lichter 0323 Lappc 0212 Walt man 0000 Fries 0000 Hawcott 0202 Fraser 0000 Becker 0000 Madsen 0000 TOTAL 21 20 9 62 LAKOTA (60) FG FT PF TP Kromtnga 14 1 2 29 Dorenbush 5 0 4 10 Karels .7 1 1 15 Hertzke 2246 Iloeppncr 4026 Hamilton 1012 Ellsworth 0010 Johnson 1012 Larson 1022 Leonard 0020 Newman 1012 Miller 1224 TOTAL 37 6 23 60 optimistic about his chances here this year. Brand has been coach- of the Cowboys for 20 years or more, so it has been a long dry spell for the Bulldogs against Clarion at Algona. FARNHAM HAS APPENDECTOMY Heavyweight Brad Farnham had his appendix removed Monday at St. Ann hospital and will be out of action for at least a month. His condition is reported as good Wednesday, but his absence on the team will no doubt force a change in the lineup all the way down to the 138-lb. weight. The Clarion team, coaches, parents and, fans have been invited to a social gathering after the meet by the Algona Wrestling Boosters club. Each year the, club has hosted this, get-together for ! a visiting team, and has been very successful in past seasons. All Algona Wrestling Boosters and prospective members are invited to this informal gathering. Light refreshments will be served at the Annex. Ortman, S, Person Kruse, C. Kfus«, B. Becker, L. Lapp* Heyes Patterson Larson Becker, J. Waltman TOTAL 4 • t It 1 0' 1 I 1 o i i 2 8 0 t 0046 0 0 » 0 00.0 0000 23 1 1 00 2 0 0000 10 17 22 37 Bulldog Sophs win but Frosh bow to E-Hawks The Algona high school sophomores won their second straight game and the freshmen lost their second in cage contests with Emmetsburg there Monday night. The sophs came from behind in the final quarter to run away from Emmetsburg, 52-4t. The E-Hawks led 19-18 at the half and 37-34 with three periods gone. John Chr- isdhillcs Jed all scorers with 28 points including 14 in the final quarter. Mark Olson put in 14 for the Bulldogs. The freshmen lost a heartbreaker in an overtime, 41-39. They led 19-10 at the half and the game was tied 34-34 at the end of regulation play. With one second to go, Gary Jones hit a free throw but missed the second and the visitors took the ball out of bounds. A long pass and quick basket won it. Hick Nielsen hit 18 points for the Algona team while- Jones and Kent Espe had five each. 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