Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 5
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Garriaah bark in Mullet one of 3 co-captains Thompson and '* ' " "9^"" ****%»«V ••• mammmammmananBfuammmammsmsm&m i.t.i- —n Ukota split Friday games (low.) win , 76-34 Garrigan high school got back on the winning track Sit' urday night as the Bears roared away from Gehlen of Le^ Mars in the early minutes and ended with a lopsided 76-34 victory at LeMars. The win geve the Beers • 2-1 mark for the seeson efter their leti to Newman / of Melon City last Friday, / They mako thtlr firtt home •. sppeerence of tht yeer her* ' Saturday night whtn thoy hoit Pocahontat Catholic, -- and then entertain Emmets- i burg Catholic here Monday night. Jack Muller had the finest night of his career at LeMars as he pumped in 30 points on a dozen field goals and six-of- seven free throws. He bagged 16 of his points in a big third period. The Bears had already broken the game wide open by. the start of the third period but they rolled up a 27-8 ad- .vantage in that stanza alone and carried a 62-26 lead into the final period. Coach Me- Call used reserves the entire period and sprinkled them into the game before that. Garrigan went to work 'quickly in this one and led 16-5 at the quarter. Their halftime advantage was 35-18. Senior Dave McCarthy was the only other Bear to _ hit double figures a* he " counted 14 points. Next was Kevin O'Brien with seven points and 11 of the 12 Bears who got into the ; , game registered on the scorebosrd. .Muller led the Bear rebounding department with 17 as the locals pulled down a fantastic 58 rebounds for the game. THE BEAR Junior Varsity pulled out a tremendous victory in the opener, 54-48. Coach Dick Walsh's club was down by 19-3 at the quarter and still were behind 30-16 at the half before outscoring their foes 38-18 in the final two periods. I Leading the scoring was | Tom Froehlich with 21 points. ?. He hit a dozen of his points 1 iin the crucial last period and / has now led the team scoring in all three games. "•( Other scoring: Denny Pott- hotf 5, Mark Besch 6, Mike Black 7, Joe Elberts 5 and £ Gary Cooper 8, GARRIGAN (76) fg ft pf O'Brien __—.__.„ 2 3-52 •McCarthy ______ 6 2-74 Muller 12 6-7 2 Walker ________ 2 1-3 0 Elbert 0 3-4 4 Fickbohm 0 0-1 2 Wingert _ 1 1-2 0 Black 10-2 1 Kollasch 1 1-2 1 McGuire 0 2-4 1 / Winkel 1 1-3 4 Kajewski :___ 2 0-0 0 TOTALS 28 20-40 21 'I ^^^^V^Hi^^MiM^^^^^^^^B^BB^^HII^^^^^^^ Ledyard scores 104 in downing Burt LEDYARD - Wlnnii«»ptlr State Line Conference tames, the Ledyard (trie won their drat came of the season with a 77-e« victory over Burt. Hie Ledyard boys rolled to a season hlfh point total when they defeated the Burt boys 104-46. The Ledyard boys had a 36 point first quarter, a 30 point second quarter, scored 23 points in the third quarter and 15 In the final quarter for a 104 point total. • Leading the way for Ledyard was Bill Johnson and TomNau- man with 18 points each. George Walker added 13 points. High scorer for Burt was Wayne Lavrtnc with 13 points. The Ledyard girls won their game with a second half comeback, Burt led 16-11 in the first quarter and held a 38-36 lead at the end of the first half. Ledyard rallied In the third quarter to take a 58-54 lead. Leading scorer for Ledyard was Shirley Menke with 32 points. Marlene Johnson scored 28 points. Sandra Ortman scored 33 points to lead Burt with Becky Kruse adding 20 points. Batt Mawdsley Ruhnke Lavrenz Lichter Lapp* Wattman Fries Madsen TOTAL BURT (Boys) (46) FG FT PF TP .2357 - - o 0 5 4 0 0 1 0 0 12 4 0 5 2 1 3 4 0 22 5 5 5 1 1 3 1 26 4 10 13 2 1 5 4 0 46 Logeman Smith Govern Johnson, B. Dontje Nauman Walker Farrow Johnson, M. Kollasch Busch Anderson i TOTAL LEDYARD BURT LEDYARD(M) FG FT PF TP 5 3 2 8 B 6 6 2 2 1 3 ..; -,.0. •jt-r'48.- 1 1 0 2 0 6 1 4 3 0 0 0 -H. i 4 1 1 S 2 1 8 3 5 1 5. 11 7 4 18 10 18 13 8 7 2 6 0 Armstrong wins from Sentral twice Friday SENTRAL - The Sentral boys won their first game without a loss when they defeated Armstrong 76-54 in State Line Conference basketball action Friday night. The Sentral girls also won their contest, defeating the Armstrong girls, 73-44. «,. The Sentral boys are 3-0 in the conference and the girls are S-1 for the season and are 2-1 In the conference. With Jim Geltzenauer lead- Ing the way with 25 points, Sentral powered to a 46-18 halftime lead and coasted in for the win. Owen Kerber had 16 points and Howard Mueller added 11 points for Sentral. Sentral sent 12 players into the ball game and saw nine players scoring points. Dean Barrett paced Armstrong with 14 points followed by Dennis Helgason with 13 points and Dan Laffey with 12 points. The Sentral girls outscored Armstrong 22-3 in the second quarter to break their ball game wide open. Cindy Lockwood sank 15 field goals and four free throws for 34 points to lead the Sentral offense. Betty Wehrspan added 26 points on 10 field goals and six free throws. Theresa Marler led Armstrong with 13 points and Debbie Clark added 12 points. ARMSTRONG (Boys) (84) FG FT PF TP fierg . • / 0 ^0, 4 .8 Leonard) Ja. 2' 0 8 4 TOTAL 21 19 11 *5 LAKOTA 21 14 21 id .- 75 THOMPSON i& 20"i7 17 * 79 LAkOTA(72) t?0 FT PF TP ,*? 'A DICK MULLER; back; was one of three freshmen chosen as co-captains at the Air Force Academy this fall. Trie freshman team completed its season with a 4-1 record, defeating Wyoming, Arizona.fBrigham Young and Colorado State and losing to Colorado. Muller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Muller of Algona, was one of five lowans given freshman numerals at the Academy. Besides Muller in the picture above are other co-captains Curtis Martin, Kansas City, Mo. and Cyd Maattala, Moorhead. Minn. ' //S/SS///S//SSS/S//////S///S////S/'S/S//SS'/ Algona Invitational Saturday 30 104 36 30 23 15 - 104 5 5 25 11 - 46 Ortman Person Kruse, C. Kruse, B. Lappe Heyes Patterson TOTAL BURT (Girls) (66) FG FT PF TP 10 6 0 5 0 0 0 21 1 0 10 0 0 0 24 2 2 3 4 6 5 6 29 33 13 0 20 0 0 0 66 Barrett Breuer Dahms Hardcopf Helgason Laffey Reding Spencer Opsal TOTAL 0 2 2 4 5 0 1 0 19 0 1 2 S 2 0 2 0 16 8 14 2 ; o "'I -'5 6 13 12 0 4 0 84 2 4 1 2 1 19 Face unbeaten Humboldt there in meet Friday The Algona high school wrestlers have a tough week-f end coming up, first a dual ; meet with unbeaten Humboldt there Friday evening, then the third annual Algona Invitational Saturday. Humboldt has won five dual meets with no losses so far this season, and warmed up for Algeria Monday by swamping Webster City 45-3, with most of their top men up a weight. r ; s t The winner of this meet will no doubt at least share the conference title this .yeV?, .^ijth Eagle Grrove. being j$»e remaining ,stumbling-bloc.k?v Coach Martin has indicated he will do some shuffling in his lineup this week, with heavyweight Brad Farnham out of action for a month after an appendectomy, and Senior 138-pounder Randy Riedinger sidelined with a back ailment. Algona's only undefeated wrestler this year, Phil Bode, will be at 165 against Humboldt, and could catch State Champ Abens at that weight. Abens has been at 154 and 165 this season, and is unbeaten. If Abens goes at 154, against Algona, Duane Hunt will be there for Algona in his first varsity action of the season. The Invitational Saturday begins here at 12 noon, with eight teams competing. The evening session is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Teams taking part will be Ankeny, Cedar Falls, Estherville, Clear Lake, Perry, New Hampton, West Sioux of Hawarden and Algona. ..: Cedar Falls is unbeaten this •year, :their latest victory a big Win over West Waterloo last .weekend. They have a 3-0 record for the season. New Hampton has been tough in past years, and West Sioux of Hawarden is ranked second to Algona in this section of the state. Ankeny could be strong this year also, but not too much is known of the rest of the teams. LAKOTA-In a pair of high- scoring tasketbtH games, the Lakotft girts defeated the Thompson girls VS-^3 while the Thompson boys downed the Lakota boys 78-72 In Friday night State Line Conference basketball action. The Lakota boys arc now 3-2 for the season and 2-1 in the conference. The Lakota girts trailed at the half by four polntsbutout- scored the visitors by 6 points In the second half to gain the victory. Glenda Herteke connected on 18 field goals and five free throws for 41 points to pace the Lakota offense. Joyce Leonard added 29 points. Marcla Engerbretson paced Thompson with 35 points followed by Joan Underbakke with 18 points and Kayleen Molloy with 13 points. Thompson outscored Lakota 25-7 In the final quarter to win the boys contest. Lakota led at the half, 44-31. John Harlson meshed 36 points to lead Thompson to Its victory. Doug Peterson added 12 and Lynn Anderson chipped In 10 points. High for Lakota was Terry Kromfnga with 28 points. Bruce Hertzke had IB points and Doug Kare's and Mart Dorenbush each contributed 10 points. LAKOTA (75) FG FT PF TP Hertzke 18 5 2 41 Leonard, Jo. 8 13 5 29 Doehm 0101 Goekc 0040 Coy, S. 0020 Kromlnga Dofenbush Karels Hertzke Hoeppncr Leonard TOTAL 11 3 3 1 2 26 6 44 6 0 0 20 5 3 1 3 0 1 13 .26 10 10 IB 2 72 1 MANY, MANY -V I 1 I FOR CHRISTMAS We «re your FISH(NO TACKLE head, quarter* for the whole family. Quality rods end reels, lines, tackle begs, landing nets, plus ell types of lures. See our hand warmer* and fluid, socks and caps, hip boots and wader«, rsin coats, pants, life vests, cushions, boat seats, clamp • on and floating fish bags, filet knives and all types'of ICE FISHING EQUIPMENT. Dew Drop Inn At . . BECKER'S SPORTING GOODS Algona, Iowa • 1 SENTRAL (76) FG FT PF TP Johnson, M. Menke KUnksiek Johnson, J. Warner Busch Blome Cries* McCoy TOTAL LEDYARD BURT LEDYARD (77) FG FT PF TP Kerber Nerem Marlow Geltzenauer Volet 10 10 7 0 0 0 .0 0 0 27 t 13 3 0 0 0 0 0 o 23 1 0 2 • C 6 e 8 1 21 32 17 0 0. 0 0 0 0 77 Gerbart Cento Duncan Mueller Kennedy Brekke TOTAL SENTRAL ARMSTRONG 8 2 4 11 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 31 0 1 3 3 0 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 14 4 4 S 1 1 2 3 0 0 2 2 1 28 16 S 11 28 0 2 0 2 2 11 2 0 76 Wartburg wrestler 17 29 17 13 76 S 13 10 26 84 11 25 22 19 - 77 16 22 16 12 • 66 ARMSTRONG (Girls) (44) FG FT PF TP '//////////•//////s/s,'/- ////////, Swea City bows to Ringsted RINGSTED - Holdlnf Off t fourth quarter rally, Rinfsted nipped Swe» City 54-51 In State Line Conference action Friday night. Ringeted holds a 2-1 season record. The Swea City Bomber, defeated the Rlnfstsd Bomber* 52-28. Rlngeted held* tour point lead at the tnd of ths first hall 29-23. The Great Danes outscored the Trojans 11-5 in the third quarter, Swea city rallied In tht . filial quarter, outscorlnf Btaf- sted 21-14. Rick Reed scored 23 point* ' to lead Rinfsted with Doo Johnson adding 13 points. Jeff Newlin scored 18 for the Trojans wlthRandyNew- lln adding 13 point*. SWEA CITY (51) FG FT PF TP Johnson 1 3 25 Bert 3 3 8 » Newlin, J. 7 l 1 15 Newlin, R. 5 3 2 13 Lofstrom 0003 Larson 3321 Reynolds 0010 19 13 15 51 Marler Clark Cooklln Sevold Cecil Colston Helgason Breuer Crook Peril Jones TOTAL S 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 16 3 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 12 2 3 1 2 S 3 1 3 2 0 2 24 13 12 4 8 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 44 TOTAL RINGSTED SWEA CITY 17 13 11 M - M 13 13 5 31 - II "CATCH" — Two oddities were discovered recently in the equipment of two trappers. The first "catch" was an all-black coon, a rare sight anywhere. Secondly, the pair, Kenneth Spies and Duane Karstens, both of Manning, caught muskrats at the same time in a trap, SENTRAL (73) FG FT PF TP Lockwood Volgt Wehrspan DtUworth GeltMnauer UtlKtf Johnson Kern Luedke TOTAL SANTA IN LONE HOCK Lone Eoek: Santa will be in Lone Rock-Saturday, Dec. 23rd, .The Legion boys will serve pancakes end sausages from 11 to 3 at the Legion Hall, A small admission will be charged. IS 0 10 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 27 4 3 6 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 19 3 0 2 3 2 2 1 1 2 3 19 34 3 26 0 0 0 6 4 0 0 73 Espe does It again Craig Espe, who went .to the University of Iowa on a baseball scholarship, made an impressive collegiate debut as a basketball player Saturday night as he fired home four baskets in a losing cause for the Iowa freshman against the varsity, 95-56. Espe was a starting guard for the freshman, the only non-scholarship starter; and by far the smallest man on the court. He played about H minutes in the first half and 10 in the second half- He wtt third hifh for tht freshmen «n4 ti mtJiy WiW eetli tt wty fresh player, iipf shot t tor thf PXM; hitting til four ttttntptf from far out, He flicked the bell twty «* defense three or fevr time* M didn't have tny itttlf* After the game the two freshmen coaches told his parents, Mr. and Mrs Milton Espe of Whittemore, that he had great desire and had come along well this fall. They added thai he would be playing ball even if he was 5'4" (he's 5'9) because he is all heart," The freshman play the Alumni in preliminary games before all Iowa home contests also have games with Wisconsin and Iowa \ State after the first of the year. Also attending with the Espes was another son Kent and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 01- lora. * * * Another ex-Algona high school athlete, Pave Martin, won his first varsity dual meet event Saturday night as he de- cisioned Larry Elder, 7-0 in an ISU-Kansas State dual meet at Ames, Iowa State won, 30-5. Martin wrestled in the 152- pound division. He copped the impound Invitatipnal event at Wartburg College the week before. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Champ Martin, attended the meet. Wtvtrly — Freshman Dennii Miller of Algona U a member of Wartburg College's 199749 wrettling team. A 190167 pound grappler, Miller is being counted upon by coach Norm Johansen to help the Knights improve upon last season's 4-7 record and fourth place finish in the Iowa Conference. Miller, a Liberal Arts major at Wartburg, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller, 315 S. Hale Street, Algona. . Titonks boys lose, girls win TITONKA - Titonks sod Corwith We«ley »piit » p*lr pf nonrconlwence berttttofll g»m«s S»turd»y night. Tbt Tltpoki boys were defttted by Corwith Wesley 57-43, but the Titonk* girt s von their cooUet by edflng Corwith WesUy 59* 49, Judy Akktrmw, TilMkt't hifh-tcorinf forvtrd, netted 29 points, sandy Hoover «oa< tribyted 15 points snd Cheryl Cunninftmrn added 10 p0Ut«. Sherry Oxlsy, vts Ufh Jor the visitors with 94 point*. tttvt Htyer wlU 15 poteU, WM the only pl»y»r for t|» Titooks boys who w»s in 4ouMe Strry Krtbi psced Cor with Wssley with II points. ^P0V0 ^^^^^NBB ^^MB ^M •• snow ll res DMpMt-biting •dg** of all major brands. Wid«, husky modern traad that givas tow-truck traction on snow or ica. Vat rolls smooth and quiat on claarad straats and highways. And naw customized 4-ply nylon cord construction kaaps BFG Trailmakars rolling for mora milas through mora hard wintars. T16 95 4-D(y Nylon tutolw M«ck*«ll. t£)'l3.»luill.MM-l«tM f 1)4 tut from your cw. 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