Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 2
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i I I '£• I H -a :l-l •'•f 1 a I •I I s-l ?« Bulldogs battle for cham - -; ••• '• ,. • ^•^ ' • • .; : ."••'••' .-;•.' Ganigan wins third in Diocesan tourney, 66-62 . r Clear ALGONA )ale Teeter .. )an Merryman Dave Walker .....,^.. 6'2" Sr. raigEspe h . w K.. 5'9" Jr. Bill Boldridge \..X.. 5'10" Jr. Garrigan Won consolation hqn- ,ors in the Sioux City Diocesan basketball tournament Sunday night by turning back Renisen .St. Mary's belated ; bid in the final quarter for a 66-62 victory The win brought, the Bears- record to 12-2 for the current season. They'll be on the road for two games this w««l<encJ, traveling to Granyille Spa Id*, ing Friday night arid then going to Carroll Kuemper Saturday night. '•••'. The Bears .broke the game wide open a couple of times Sunday and each time Remsen stay jcame storming b^ck to close. ' After leading 14-12 at the quarter, Garrigan's fortunes sagged until 'Brian LaBarre came in and hit three quick shots. His hot hand' put Garrigan in front 30-24 at : 'the ( half and the Bears steamed away in the third quar- - ''••!. ter " ' | :.'; DICK'MULLER hit four swish- fsj ers in that period and with help ?| from teammates, put Garrigan a£ head 41^29 with 4:03 left in the *-* quarter. The Bears were still if in front 51-40 at the end of the || stanza. j| , Free throws and rebounds put fi eight straight points on the |} : board for St. Mary's and made vj •—— — . _ it 51-48 with 5:48 left. Don Potthoff hit two buckets to move the Bears ahead by seven but St. Mary's had it cut to three again when Muller converted on a 3- ooint play. DICK Bleich foiiled out with ?:39 left arid Garrigan ahead 30-53. Two free throws on his foul and a layup cut the margin to 60-59. Potthoff got a 'cripple" all alone and it was 52-59 with 1:15 left. Bob Smith hit four free throws n the final 75 seconds to keep the Bears in front. Muller fouled out with 29 seconds left in the game. He finished with scoring honors, ••hitting 24 points including 10 for 21 from the field. Potthoff got 11 points and Bill Reding nine. Weiler was the night's top scorer with 26 for Remsen including 9 for , 11 from the field. Garrigan shot 44 per cent for the, game, converting 26 of 59 field goal >atteirtpts, while Renisen batted exactly the same but g(>t'pnly;21 of 48. In afternoon class "B" games played at Garrigan, Breda St. Bernard's won the consolation title with a 72-63 win over Emmetsburg Catholic while Cherokee 1C took the title with a squeaker over Fonda OLGA 53-51. won the class A title unseating Carroll Kuemper 56-54 in the finals Sunday night before an overflow crowd. GARRIGAN (66) fg ft Muller 10 4-5 Reding 3 3-4 Potthoff 5 M Bleich 2 1-2 Smith 2 44 LaBarre 3 0-0 Youngwirth 1 Q-Q Ringsdorf 0 1-2 TOTALS 26 14-18 21 REMSEN (62) fg ft Schnroeder __!-___ 4 , 6-9 Weiler 1 9 8-12 Kriege -±- 5 3-7 Nilles -™ 1°' : 3 ' 4 Augustine d •! ,0-1 ' Harpenau 2 0-0 TOTALS _^ 21 20-33 13 pf 4 2 2 4 3 1 St. Edmond's of Fort Dodge las Catholic. MULLER, HATTEN HONORED Garrigan's Dick Muflfer and Bancroft St. John's Rob Hatten were named to; the all-tournament Diocesan basketball'team it was announced this . week. Muller was one of the leading scorers in the meet and Hatten played brilliantly in Bancroft's first round loss to champion St Edmond's. Also named were three St. Edmond's players plus one each from Cherokee 1C Carroll Kuemper and Pocahon Sentral girls stay unbeaten in . Titonka. — Sentral s won its fith girls •'• 'game without a loss •In the r State Line ^ijConference **here Friday, measuring Titonka, ,60:5.3, The Sentral boys lost the other game to the Indian's, 5248. Titonka led 13-6 at the quarter and 29-26 at the half in the girls game:. But paced by Betty ;;| Wehrspan who finished with 21 If points, Sentral took command in the second half. Vickie Eimers qdded 19 and Teresa Voigt 18 for the winners. Iris Michaelsen led the Squaws with 23 while Cindy Budlong had 16. Titpnka led at the half 24-23 in the ,bpys game. Roger Acker man paced the Indians with 19 while George Pommer added 15. Dennis Uthof hit 14 for Sentral. SENTRAL GIRLS (60) fg ft pf Voigt -_ 8 2 Webrspan __,_ 9 3 Elmers 7 5 Lockwood 0 2 Blanchard 004 Krause 00 6 Geitzenauer _.. •• 00 0 Douglas L__ 002 Totals ____,! 24 12 14 TITONKA GIRLS (53) fg ft pf Michaelseri '.. 11 1 1 Rickless :__ 432 Smidt, C. — 110 Budlong, C. 643 Sachau - 003 Harms 002 Budlong, L. 002 Smidt, J. 005 TptaU 22 9 18 SENTRAL BOYS (48) fg ft pf Eimers 325 Collins 321 Uthof 542 Marlow 3 1 2 Kerber" 302 DeSart 214 Totals 19 10 16 TITONKA BOYS (52) fg ft pf Ackerman 832 Jamsen 033 Thomas 211 Pommer 554 Rafdal — 400 Hike 1 0 l Totals 20 12 11 STATE LINE (girl*) Sentral 6 Lakota 5 Burt 5 Titonka 4 Armstrong 3 Lincoln, Central 2 Burt boys lose by one; girls take opener •'Burt — The Burt girls won 61-50 qver Lincoln-Central here Friday but the bqys blew a big lead to lose the second game, 84-83. ^ Burt wtonuthe girls game with ease after leading 35-21 at the half. Linda Fairbanks hit 22 points while Charlotte arid Charlene Lappe each had 19. The bqys led 50-38 at the half but L-C stormed ahead in the final quarter to win, Bob Lovstad paced the Bears with 27 while -Bob Ortman chipped in with 20. BURT BOYS (83) fg ft pf Redemske 1 4 Cunningham 2 7 Black 5 2 Ortman : 8 4 Lovstad 9 9 Peter 3 0 McFarland - 0 1 Totals 28 27 23 THE LINEUPS Ht. Year .... 8W Sr, HV;... 5'10" Sr. Pts. Ave. 330 23.S 145 132 157 11.2 37 2.6 Ht. 6T' '" ;LEAR LAKE Jt Kent Opheim .. .^i Tim Elting .... 6'3 Bill Morisky 6'6" ien Grabinski 6'5"! 3on Anderson .... Year Pts. Ave. Sr. Jr. Sr, Soph. Sr. 96 121 144 269 ' 6.4 8.0 17.3 10.3 18.0 3AME TIME — 8 p.m. Reserve game at 6.30 p.m. OFFICIALS — Ray Wilder & Lowell Thompson, both of Mtetcm City Algona' and Clear Lake bat- le for the North Central Cpn.- erence championship 'JYraay tight in the Clear Lake gym. They might as wtll present the conference title trophy to the winner after the game—it's that important. i'Game timepis 8;p.m. with the reserve contest to open the night's festivities at 6:30 p.m. n the beautiful, 2,00^-seat ,Lion jym. ;'i-,]'•'' >*M \ .» Clear Lake' will; inter ^he game with all the credenTials of a champion. The Lions have a 13-2 record,; with j only a 63-58 defeat 4 t« Algeria ;a!nd sti a 48-43 oss to' Mason City marring their slate. They are 10-1 in the conference compared to Algona's the court and go for steals and Lion errors to take op the slack under the boajrds. They'll need some hot hand* too but Merryman, Espej and Teeter could provide that impetus. • : -'•;' • . ; -' / .. •pale Teeter leads Algona in scoring, this year, with 330 oints 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 3, 1966 9-1 mark. Algona will be riding, the " BURT GIRLS (61) fg ft pf 9 1 Lappe, n Charlotte 752 J Fairbanks 10 2 2 Lappe, Charlene 754 Ackerman 006 Becker, N. 0 0 2 Meyer 002 Becker, L. _____ 005 Ortmann 010 Totals 24 13 23 Armstrong edges Swea City again to share lead Ledyard shares State Line lead with 69-58 win Lakota — The Ledyard boy and Lakota girls won game here Friday night ; to stay -ttec for the lead in the State Lin Conference races. Ledyard won the boys game, 69-58 to move into a three-way tie for the top while the Lakota girls are now 5-0 and tied with 6-0 Sentral after winning the opener, 83-67. Lakota had command of the eirls game all the way as Sue Karels pitched in 36 points and Jo Junkermeier 25. Joyce Leonard added 20. Eugenia Klocke paced the Ledyard attack with 31 markers while Rannae Lloyd tallied 19. Lakota led at the half, 42-32. The Ledyard boys, down at the half, 37-32, came roaring back in the third period to outscore Lakota. 17-9 to tuck the game, in the win column. Craig Lloyd paced the winners with 27 while Ron Johnson had 13, Derald Berg 11 and Richard Llovd 10. For Lakota, Mark Hamilton led his team with 19, Larry Hip' crest of a 11-game winning streak and a 13-1 overall year. It is ranked No. 10 and Nq. 12 in the Des Moines Register and Associated Press prep polls and No. 2 in the Northwest, behind LeMars Central. The, Lions are Nq. 8 in. the Northeast, which has lots - of classy clubs. THE BULLDOGS will;* -give away almost 4 inches per man games 'for, a 23.6 and Espe sport identical marks of .•>! 1.2 although Espe has 157 points to Merryman's 145 because the latter missed one game with the iiu. - .'. ••'. '*n ; L ••••': Walker has pitched in 9.4! and Boldridge, who does lots of ther things besides shoot, has just 37 points for the year. Physically, Algona should be at full strength; Teeter is recovered from a bout with the flu last week. Waller is back after being" sidelined " for several! games with foot trouble. And of course Claude has returned after a Dec. 15 appendectomy. BULLDOGS STRETCH STRING TO 111 The Bulldogs tuned up for arid they against the Li >ns, y est starter is 6'1" range up to 6'6" Bill Morisky. The others are 6'3" Jim Elting, 6'5" Ken Grabinski andj 6'3" Don .Anderson. '{/'•..,"' "Against this towerittg'...array their big test at Clear Lakfe last whose small- Saturday night by annexing Thompson R|ngste4 . ----- 0 0 0 2 2 2 4 5 5 7 1.000 1.000 .714 .667 .600 .333 .167 .167 .000 Swea City — threw the State Armstrong Line Confer- pen 10. had 11 and Dean Koppen ence into a three-way race here Friday night by handing Swea City a 67-64 defeat, the second win for the Tigers over the Trojans in a week. Ledyard now leads the State Line loop with a 7-1 mark while Swea City and Armstrong are both 6-1. Ledyard, Swea City and Armstrong are now 6-1 for the season. Armstrong led at the half 3330 and was in front by two, 4745 after three periods. Al Lindell paced the win with 27 points while Big John Luscombe punched in 16. Tom Anderson and Mike Hazelhoff pitched in 15 for the Trojans while Tom Elliott led the losers with 19. The winners hit 21 of 33 free throws for the difference. Swea City had a 30-23 field goal bulge but hit only four of 11 from the free throw line. Armstrong is now 13-2 for the year and Swea City is 12-4. LEDYARD GIRLS (67) fg Schroeder 3 Klocke 13 Lloyd 9 DeBoer 0 Beck 0 Johnson 0 Totals 25 LAKOTA GIRLS (83) fg Karels 16 Junkermeier 9 Boyd 1 Leonard 10 Rusher 0 Hertzke 0 Christ 0 Sleper 0 Totals 36 LEDYARD BOYS (69) fg Johnson, R. 6 Berg 2 Lloyd, R. 4 Dontje 2 Lloyd, C. 8 Govern 0 Johnson, A. 0 Totals 22 LAKOTA BQYS (58) fg Hippen 4 Hamilton _. 4 Weringa 0 Junkermeier 2 Sleper 0 Smidt 2 Krominga 3 Madetzke 0 Koppen 3 Tot«U If ft 11 5 1 0 0 0 17 ft 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 ft 1 7 2 0 11 1 3 25 ft 3 11 0 1 0 0 3 0 4 2 2 5 1 5 16 Pf 0 1 0 3 4 2 5 4 19 Pf 2 4 5 4 2 1 3 21 Pf At size, Coach son will send just two men over :he six-foot mark. Dale Teeter is '6'4%" but when he's : rignt, ie'11 rebound any man- or several off their feet. And Dave Walker at. 6'2" cqn hQld his own. The Bulldogs will need tremendous -efforts from;*' these two. The others.will feel, like '.'Davids" roaming around the "Goliaths". There is 5'10" Dan Merryman, 5'9" Craig Espe and 5' 10" Bill Boldridge. The return of Tom Claude should help the guard situation and you, can look for Brad Kraft, Brocke Laws' and Steve Waller if re serve help is needed. ALGONA will start three seniors and a couple of juniors while the Lions will have three seniors, a junior and a sophomore on the court at the opening whistle. Algona has three conference games remaining after this one -—Iowa Falis away and Hampton and Clarion at home. Clear Lake has just two remaining, loop contests—both away at Hamp ton and Humboldt. Garv Boyenk, a Sioux Center product, is the Clear Lake coach and he's been at the schoo for five years, four of .them as head coach. His Lions were run nerups in the NCC last year be hind Eagle Grove and went to the sub-state finals before going down to Storm Lake here. COACH Howie Stephenson is now in his 7th season as Algona their llth straight win arid 13th in 14 games by handling Estherville's well-regarded Little Midgets with ease, 52-43. Algona led at the half. 31-16 and really had very little trou- jle. TtfL Bulldogs, ripped, away ;o an cany lead and with Dave* Walker doing a fine job on the ioards plus adding 15 points, were never tested. 33 ?7 Dale Teeter f)oint-man with ended as 17 points Walker's 15 and eight more by Dan Merryman and Tom Claude were big helpers. Algona controlled the boards with 42 to 22 rebounds. Estherville moved in close net." the end of the third quarter at 38-34 but the Bulldogs pulled away and used their .semirstall in the final period. THE BULLDOG reserves won another game, running their season's mark.tq 12-1, as they pushed in the final quarter for a 4541 victory, Greg Betts led all scorers with 11 while Rog Meyer had nine and Bob Farnham eight. ALGONA (52) fg ft pf Merryman 4 0-0 0 Teeter 5 7-9 ' 2 Walker 7 1-2 3 Espe 2 0-1 0 Boldridge 0 0-0 0 Claude .'.— 40-03 TOTALS 22 8-12 8 ESTHERVILLE (43) fg Meyers 2 P« head coach. He has taken team to the state tournament, two years ago, and last year's club reached the first round of the sub-state. The Bulldogs will go into the game as decided underdogs, despite their earlier 11-point win here. Clear Lake will be playing at home and you can't help but think they'll do a better job on the boards than they did in the last meeting. Still, the locals have com* up with the big plays when they've needed them thin year. They'll press all over STATE LINE Ledyard (boys) 7 Armstrong 6 Swea City 6 Ringsted 6 Thompson 4 Lakota 3 Titonka 3 Rake 2 Lincoln Central 2 Sentral 1 Burt 0 1 1 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 8 .875 .857 .857 .750 .571 .429 .429 .286 -.286 .143 .000 Bolty Ross Hammond Dahna Bezdicek _ Guge 2 0 1 . 1 . 1 n TOTALS II MO 9 tots football sckolanMp at SOI Les Burns, son of Mrs. Ross Burns and the late Mr. Burns, has received a football scholarship at SCI and started the second semester there as a junior. He had been attending Hartnell College at Salinas, Calif., where he was on the All Conference Team and received honorable mention as right tackle and right gvi?rd. We was met at the airport in Sioijx City by his mother, brother. Lynn, and Mrs. Geprge Wichtendahl, Whittemore. He is majoring in science. BOOSTER CLUB SWITCH A change in dates for the midwinter Booster Club meeting has been announced by Athletic Director Beanie Cooper at the Garrigjjn school. The meeting, originally scheduled for Wednesday night, Feb. 2, has been switched to Thursday, Feb. 3 in. Ifee school cafeteria. LuVime wins two at Venlura Friday night LuVertw — The Lu Verne boys" atid girls basketball teams defedte'd Ventura in a doubleheader; last Friday night at Yen- The boys won,their game with ease,' |2-40. fiugene Hefty paced a i balanced Luverne scoring attack \yith 16 points. The Lions ted-all tile way and held a 34-18 halftime margin. The girls also won easily after overcoming an 11-7 first quartet- deficit. They finished in front 58-36 after'outscoring the home club 15-5 in the second period. Jane Hanselman led all scorers with 36 points. - LuVerne meets Rockwell- Swaledale there Friday and then returns home to play Sheffield- Chapin here next Tuesday.' NORTH STAR Goldfield 8 1 Rockwell- Swaledale __ 7 1 CAL l-^L--,...:-,?.,- 2 Boone Valley ^u j$] ; 2 Shef field''GHu; : 4^ 4 Meservey- Thornton ___ 2 6 Ventura .__ 2 6 CorwithrWesley 1 7 Kanawha L__ 0 8 DAVE WALKER, in white with tape on wrist, battles furiously for a rebound in Algona's 52-43 victory over Estherville here • Saturday night; Walker played one of his finest games and the Bulldogs will need another .from-him Friday night whe.n they meet towering Clear Lake in a showdown battle for the North Central Conference title. Three'Estherville players are also shown. .889 .875 .778 .750 .625 .500 .250 .250 .125 .000 Perkins lost to Luther team . "Skip" Perkins,, Whittemore, has been lost for the season to the Luther College ' swirnming team. A freshman, Perkins had performed well in two meets prior to contracting mononucleosis. The 1965 Algona high school graduate, finished second in the 50-yard and free style and third in diving in the Stout State University meet recently. He also was a member- of the freestyle relay team that finished second in the meet. ' M-M-H-H GIFTS THAT SAY Valentine Candy • TWO SIZES OF HEARTS • MELLO CREME HEARTS & DARTS 2$ Heart Boxes 59c to '3.99 Valentine Novelties • NAPKINS • TALLIES • DOILIES • CENTERPIECES up Valentine Cards • HUGE ASSORTMENT • SPECIAL TITLfS • WIDE PRjCE RANGE |C Up -•#&•<>

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