Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 7
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Pedersen sparks Bulldogs r 1 *- *, t , I . , ^ ^^^^. i * fdll«d up 13 point* end «• fiift tfi the third period the ham* dub ftotthed 14 itr.ight point* while the If- l*h wer• held if ft • • . ' . . '* The third quarter ended at 66-25 and that's when McCall cleared the bench although he had substituted liberally during the entire game. The win was Garrigan's fourth in five starts. THE JUNIOR varsity mat- died the varsity's 4-1 mark with an easy 65-36 win in the opener after leading 30-16 at the half. Denny Potthoff poured in 18 points to lead the attack. Others: Kenyon 13, Cooper 10, M. Besch, Black and Kajewski 6 each, Kollasch and Weber 2 each, and D. Bess)) one. 4-5 2-3 M 2-2 1*2 04 54 CM 2-2 2S*3I 30 OARRIOAN (83) Muller _._ Fickbohm McCarthy Walker Wingert Black . Winkel _ Elbert _ O'Brien — _ Kajewski McGuire _. .Kollasch TOTALS EM'BURG (32) Sebern Van Osbree Joynt Neary • ___ Kliegl ... Geelan Bisenius Norvell TOTALS f9 6 5 0 5 4 1 3 ?, 1 2 0 1 33 fa 1 . 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 8 ft pf 2-3 3 0-0 2 2-2 4 0-1 3 5-8 2 0-0 1 2-4 0 0-0 2 1-2 3 0-0 3 1-3 3 4* 1 17-29 27 ft pf 0-4 1 1-4 4 2-4 2 9-16 1 0-0 1 3-5 2 0-0 4 0-0 0 15-33 15 DALE PEDERSEN (No. 24), who has led Algona scoring the past two games, is shown driving for the basket during the Algona-Hampton game here Friday night. Algona won 72-51 and meets Clear Lake here Friday night in a big conference battle. Pedersen hit 19 points in the game which followed a 24-point blast against Webster City the preceding Saturday. Photo by Bill Bray. Garrigan posts two lopsided cage wins GARRIGAN GRADE NOW 4-1 for SCHOOL LEAGUE ... season with > St. Ed's next L 0 w Algona Warriors __ 3 Algona Celtics ,_-._ ;f . J»3; : 0 St. Joe --fesMA^S^^b" Algona Royals^i;.i ; l ;'2 Whittemore r_____ 1 \ 2 Humboldt ____:__- 12 St. Benedict 0 3 Wesley ______ 03 Results lest Seturdey St. Joe 53 Royals 23 Celtics 52 Whittemore 16 Humboldt 26 St. Benedict 23 Warriors 30 Wesley 25 Complete command of the rebounds and an overpowering pressure defense carried Garrigan high school to an easy 83-32 win over previously ' unbeaten Emmetsburg here Monday night. Emmetsburg won MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY NEW YEAR WE WILL BE CLOSED BOTH DECEMBER 25th '* JANUARY 1st Charlie $ Supper Club three straight without • less, the current wins ever • Bancroft St. John's end Storm, Leke St. Mary's but they were no match for the hustling Boers on this night (or eny other night for that matter). is A H j j .#•> ,f • 9'g y \ Coach Steve McCall sent in a dozen men in the fray and pulled his entire starting five except Steve Wingert in the final period. The prolonged play gave Wingert a chance to lead all scorers with 19 points. Big center Jack Muller played three quarters and finished with 14. Two other starters, Jim Fickbohm 'and Jim Walker, ended with 10 each. Every one of the Bears got at least one point in this mismatch, which was never really close. V GARRIGAN broke away early from a 1-1 knot and with Muller, Fickbohm and Walker hitting regularly, moved to a 21-11 first period lead. The halftime count was 47-19. Emmetsburg rarely was able to get away a shot as Garrigan stole the ball repeatedly from the guards. In feet, the visitors hit only eight field goals in the entire game. At on* point in the second quertor, they went scoreless es tho Boers Gerrigen high school -teamed to its third victory in four starts Saturday night as it crushed Pocahontas here, 8966. The losers were completely outclassed after the early minutes. Coech Steve MeCall wes without two regular* — Mike Elbert end Kevin O'Brien — who were ill end not in uniform this geme. The Beers close out pre- Christmes activity egeinst St. Edmond's et Fort Dodge Thursday night. "Pokey" stayed close only during the first few minutes as the Bears pulled away from a 4-3 deficit and finished ahead 19-12 after one quarter. After that, it was strictly no contest. , Pocahontas had no one ; to match big Jack Muller .under the boards and Garrigatf dominated the rebound department with a 55 to 29 advantage. Dave McCarthy gave valuable help in this department. Miller ended with 21 points while Steve Wingert added 16. MeCALL USED reserves much of the second half after leading 49-25 at the intermission. Jim Fickbohm ad_ ded 12 points and Jim Walker connected for 10. Garrigan used all 12 men it suited up in the rout. The Sophomores added their third win in four starts as Coach Dick Walsh's crew won the opener, 44-39. The game was tied at the halfway point, 23-23. Tom Froehlich again led all scorers with 17 points while Denny Potthoff tossed in 14 more. Others: Besch 6, Elbert 3, Kajewski and Black 2 each. GARRIGAN (89) fg Muller 10 Wingert 5 McCarthy l Walker ;_„_.__ 3 Hekbohni...-- — 5 Black _„_.,_ 3 Wmkel „.;_,„ 1- iKujeWski -.—. 3 Kollasch ..!..__* 0 McGuife ^_.J_ 0 TV Elbeft .. 1 fiercer 0 TOTAL! .„, 32 CATHOLIC (M) f« Stralhman 0 Brown ... 7 Harrold .. ._ 1 Amick 2 HUlsl 1 Smith ..^ 3 Rhodes 2 Newburg 0 Aran .__ 1 Nedved 2 TOTALS ___. 19 Titonka girls win 6th 61-58; boys defeated TITONKA - Splitting a pair of State Line Conference basketball games, the Tltonka f Iris netted Us sixth win of the season with a 61-58 victory, over Lakota. In boys action, Lakota rolled to an 80-64 victory In the first game, Lakota took a 20 -13 first quarter lead. Tl- tonka cut the Lakota lead at the •nd of the first half to four points 34-30. Lakota gained a 52-40 lead at the end of the third quarter. Tltonka rallied In the final quarter to outscore Lakota 21-6 to gain the decision. Judy Akkerman scored 27 points to lead Titonka with Sandy Hoover adding 26 point*. Leading scorer for Lakota was Glenda Hertzke with 26 points. Joyce Leonard scored 18 points. '' In boys action, Lakota gained a 21-9 first quarter lead and took a 44-33 lead Into the second half. Lakota out scored Tltonka 36-31 in the second half of acton. '•' High scorers for the Eagles was Terry Kromlnga with 10 points and Bruce Hertzke-with ' 21 points. ' Jim Battling scored 13 points 'for Titonka. Wrestling meet champions LAKOTA Boys (60) FG FT PF TP rKromlnca Dorenbuah karala Hertzke 'Hoeppner .{Hamilton r Larson Johnson^ ' >»••> 'Leonard c-'is-.v • "••'Miller. 1,,-f <-.r Naumann TOTAL 7 6 4 80 6 4 4 16 2 7 3 11 8 B 3 21 3137 0010 0010 .0 212 al 0 3. ,4 ,hP 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 27 26 24 80 TITONKA (M) Harm* KUey Babllnc Isebrand Heyer Ludwlt Isebrand Riekleas Pommer TOTAL LAKOTA TITONKA FG FT PF TP 4 2 5 10 3339 4 5 B 13 1 13 0 3 42 0 10 2286 418* 0101 1.1 33 23 18 31 64 21 23 14 22 10 •'M it 12 64 LAKOTA Girls (66) FG PT PF TP Hertzke Leonard. Jo. Goeke Ben Dorenbuah Leonard, Ja. Bauman Cay. P. Wallace TOTAL 12 6 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 28 2 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 J 1 86 16 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 I* 88 TITONKA FG FT PF TP a DI ft 1-3 6-9 1 .* •1 acK P* 4 3 4 Akkerman Cunningham Hoover RleUeee Harms Sleper Sexton TOTAL 7 »6 0 0 0 0 16 13 10 2 0 0 .0 28 11 27 6 26 2 0 0 0 1 61 Algona (Iowa) Advance—7 THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1967 guess would be 60-75 Ibs. a match. Larry Taylor (138), drew a bye in the first round, then dropped a close 3-2 decision to Doug Betten of New Hampton in the semifinals. Taylor came back strong in the consolation with a 12-0 win over Ed Hill of Clear Lake to take third. Gary Gade (95), took his first match 4-0 over Dennis Carzoli of Ankeny, was pinned by Jack Garrett of Perry in the semifinals, then came back to take a 2-0 decision over Mick McGrath of New Hampton for his third place finish. Bruce Bennett pinned Jim Bungc of Estherville, 1:31; then dropped a 13-4 decision lo Lynn Stickfort of Cedar Falls, and came back with an 11-2 decision over Larry Jewels of Perry in the 180-lb. consolation. Bennett too was competing up a weight from his normal 165-lb. class. DENNY Petersen dropped a close 7-6 decision in his first round match with Paul Miller of Clear Lake, pinned Dale Hortman of Hawarden his secdnd time out and got a 7-2 decision in his final match over Don Hess of Estherville for fifth place in the 112-lb. class. Petersen had been ill Friday and did not compete against Humboldt in the dual meet that evening. Algona's two other representatives, Russ Bird (103) and Lance Rutledge (133) dropped two in a row so did not figure in the Bulldog scoring in the tournament. The locals travel to Fort Dodge Friday for another dual meet. The Dodgers won the Eagle Grove Invitational a few weeks back with four individual champions, 112 120, 127 and 180, and a win by Algona in any of these weights will be tough. The Dodgers are also strong in most of the other weight classes, and will be a heavy favorite over the Bulldogs Friday night. * Ledyard gets by Swea City Friday, 84-70 SWEA CITY - Gaining Us sixth win of the season against one loss, Ledyard defeated Swea City 84-70 in State Line Conference basketball action Friday night. Ledyard held a four point lead at the end of the first half 38-34. Swea City Is 1-6 for the season. Tom Nauman scored 26 points for Ledyard with Bill Johnson adding 17 points. Jeff Newlln scored 20 points with Mike Johnson scoring 21 points to lead Swea City. Swea City won the B game, defeating Ledyard 63-34 in preliminary action. LEDYARD (84) FG FT PF TP Logeman Govern Johnson, B. Dontie Nauman Walker TOTAL SWEA Johnson Berg Newlln, R. Newlln, J. Thoreson Lofstrom TOTAL 705 6 0 2 7 3 '3 3 2 S : 10 :; 6' ;7 3"3 1 1 36 12 19 CITY (70) FG FT PF 775 313 504 922 203 161 27 16 18 14 12 ••,|7_k i'*8*^k fejSSa •;-^ ! 64 TP 21 7 10 20 4 8 70 An easy one < < t I t < THE ALGONA LANES GARY'S PRO SHOP WISHES YOU . A Merry Christmas Happy New Year wi HAVE lift Qirtificalii iM Bowliif Aoctuoritt field RICH BLACK (No. 12) hits a layup during the AJgo- n g*jne fcere Fri*»y night, Bliek canned seven almost all on Oriving layups off fast break and plays. r pbolo by. PU Bray. ALGONA FINISHED second in the annual Wrestling Invitational meet here last Saturday but had three champions among the dozen boys who took home first place medals in the meet. Shown, starting at bottom right and working clockwise: Dave Niol, 95. Cedar Falls; Dean Krebs, 103, Cedar Falls; Brian Cooper, Ankeny, 112; Rob Claude, 120, Algona; Steve Claude, 127, Algona; Todd Rhoades, 133, Cedar Falls; Lynn Potts. 138. Ankeny; Don Camp, 145, Algona; Jim Lynott, 154, West Sioux of Hawardcn; Tim Clark, 165, Estherville: Lynn Stickford, Cedar 1 Falls, 180; and Doug Leavengood, heavyweight, Ankeny, Exclusive Advance Photo by Bill Bray. Bulldogs take second in Invitational HOW THEY FINISHED Cedar Falls 108 Algona 107 Ankeny __ 100 Estherville 68 New Hampton 67 Hawarden _ 50 Clear Lake 44 Perry 43 » * * Cedar Falls won the third annual Algona Wrestling Invitational Tournament Saturday, with four individual champions, and enough place finishers to ease past Algona by one point for the team title, 108-107. Ankeny was a close third with 100 points and three champions, the same as the Bulldogs. Estherville and Hawarden had one champion each. Sophomore Rob Claude (120), brother Steve Claude, senior (127), end senior Don Camp (145) were the Algona champs. Phil -Bode (154), Duane Hunt (165) and Steve Fitzpatrick (Hwt.) finished second for the locals. Gary Gade (95), Larry Taylor (138), and Bruce Bennett (180) took thirds, and Denny Petersen (112) took a fifth for Algona. Rob Claude took three close ones in a row, for his 120-lb. title. In the first round he defeated Greg Siston of Hawarden 1-0, on an escape with 35 seconds to go in the match. He got a 2-1 decision over Bryan Hudson of Ankeny in the semifinals, and was forced into an overtime in the championship match with Pat Ball of New Hampton and got 'a reversal for the 2-0 victory and the title. Steve Claude shut out all his opponents by an identical 2-0 score in his three matches. He beat Larry Hardey of Ankeny, Jim Sundall of Estherville ar\d Bernie Mackey of Hawarden for his 127-lb. title. A take-down by Claude in the first period was the difference in the championship match. DON CAMP at 145 pounds also shut out his opponents with a one minute fall over Greg Main of Perry, a 5-0 decision over Jon Hall of Cedar Falls, and a 4-0 win for the title over Steve Peterson of Estherville. Phil Bode dropped a real tough one in the 154-lb. title match, 3-2 to Jim Lynott of Hawarden. Bode had a 2-1 lead in the final period when Lynott was awarded a reversal with seconds to go to take the match. Bode had won his first two matches decisively, getting a pin and a decision. Sophomore Duane Hunt breezed past his first two opponents, but ran into trouble in his championship bout and was pinned in 1.58 by Tim »Clark of Estherville. Hunt weighed in at 154, and made a fine showing here arid at Humboldt in the 165-pound class. Steven Fittpetricfc, freih- mtn IfQ-pownder wrtftling in the hetvyweight«'««, got fontf greet experience, end ceme dose to being th» surprise of the tournement when he won hi* firft tw9 matches ind dropped the titlt on | M deciiioiv. How mufh weight he g«ve iwty if not known, bi*t • Rake storms past Burl BURT - A total Oft 69 points were scored by both teams In State Line Conference basketball action Friday nlftot, as Rake defeated Burt 94-75. Rake held a 49-30 lead at the end of the first half. Both teams scored 45 points In the final half. Lyle Bendlcksen scored 26 points to leed Rake with Dave Benn addtnf 24 points. Top scorer for Burt was Howard Batt with 21 points. Wayne Lavrens added 19 points. Rake 19 30 21 24 - 94 Burt 13 17 19 26 - 75 *tf3S» NOW,,,wimer fire safely mi traction at a low, low price,, 9 ti tr'l&fetlir* whitwaHs just $2.50 »Wf ptf tiff * JT nylon wdtonH/ueliuo t Dug UucloMypi qlwll f TuJ»yn rubbtr VK4 tot BUY NOW ON OUR F*S¥ FAY Pl*AN HILTON SEMICE

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