Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 3
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Bulldogs win 86-68; Bears lose Teeter drills 36; still 99 short of mark Dale Teeter' surpassed the 1000-point mark and Algona high school posted its 15th win in 17 starts Friday night by drubbing Iowa Falls there, 8668. The Bulldogs have the postponed game with Hampton here Tuesday night to close out their season and then prepare for Garrigan next Monday night. Teeter tossed in 36 points including 14 field goals and 8 of 8 free throws to run his three-year career total to 1027 points, 99 short of Doug Meyer's four-year record. Teeter will still have a crack at it if Algona can get by Garrigan Monday. Teeter also upped his recorc shattering conference mark tc 336 with one game left. He now has averaged 25.8 per confer ence game. COACH HOWIE Stephenson got a stout performance from his regulars Friday as they scored all of Algona's 86 points. Besides Teeter's 36, Dan Merryman pitched in 19 and Dave Walker added 15. Tom Claude had 10 and Craig Espe six. Espe did a fine job in holding Iowa Falls guard Jim Klein, to just 11 points. He has averaged 17.2 points per game in conference play and Stephenson calls Klein the best guard in the conference. Algona moved away to a 1912 first quarter lead and were in front 44-36 at the half. The Bulldogs had a 24-point third quarter to break the game wide open, 68-45. Iowa Falls used a zone defense most of the game and Teeter got many good shots from his post position and fed off many times to Merryman and Walker. Clear Lake rolled over Hum NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L lear Lake ;.__ 13 1 A.LGONA 11 2 Harion _—._ 7 7 Humboldt 6 8 owa Falls 6 8 Webster City 6 8 lampton 3 10 Eagle Grove 3 11 Results Friday Algona 86 Iowa Falls 68 Clear Lake 66 Humboldt 43 Clarion 60 Eagle Grove 37 boldt 66-43 to clinch the North Central title. And just as the Advance predicted prior to the Algona-Clear Lake game, with some disagreement from another Algona paper, the winner of that game was the champion — no ifs, ands or buts about it It turned out that way, too. THE JUNIOR varsity clinch ed at least a share of the Con ference title with a 67-57 win in the opener. Coach Keith Christie's club is now 11-1 in the loop and 14-1 overall and need a win over Hampton here Tuesday to sew up- the title. Greg Betts led the yearling Bears finish atEmmetsburg, then Bulldogs St. Edmond's great one-two icoring punch of John Perkins and Jim Klinger combined for 50 points as the Gaels continued their late-season spurt by sending Garrigan to a 77-64 loss n the Bear gym Friday night. Garrigan finished its season against Emmetsburg Catholic Saturday and then has a week of drills to ready for their game with Algona high school next Monday night in the first round of the district tournament here.' Garrigan put on another great second half spurt but it sput tered late in the third quarter just when it appeared they might pull out another, similar to their 69-60 win over Estherville just a week ago. THEY REALLY, lost the game in the first eight minutes as the SPORTS the Booiid Valley Ledyard met Grand Community in the district opener at Fort Dodge Saturday while Lakota faced Alden in the second game there. Lakota earned its berth by edging Twin Rivers, 76-57. The Eagiettes are now 18-3 while Twin Rivers finished 4-11. Pacing the Lakota win was Sue Karels with 49 points while Susie Cran had 22 for the los- MONDAY, FEB. 21, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 GARRIGAN (64) fg Bleich 3 Smith 1 Potthoff 6 Reding 9 Muller 7 LaBarre 0 Youngwirth — 1 Ringsdorf 0 Totals 27 ft 1-3 1-2 5-7 1-1 1-2 0-0 i 1-5 0-0 10-20 pf ST. EDMOND'S 3 0 2 0 18 (77) fg Perkins 15 Rlinger 8 Hassett 3 Bemrich 2 Hanson 3 Doyle 0 Hoechler 0 Totals 31 ft 1-4 3-4 1-1 2-4 7-11 1-2 0-0 15-26 5 2 1 1 1 17 ers. LEDYARD GIRLS (55) fg Klocke 6 Lloyd 5 Menke 1 Thilges 7 Johnson, C. 0 MacKinnon 0 DeBoer 0 Beck Totals 0 19 ft 5 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 19 AT SINTRAL fDouglil __^—-.- 0 ft «i «r»i " . . IRftuiSc -—-—-- 002 Bonnie Barrett hit a fieldi goal (^teeftoUef"™""! 0 01 in the last seconds of m*y'to f ott || „_ « 21 '14 give Armstrong the sedtioftal title, 76-75. The winners trailed most of j the game until the final min utes. C. Cecil led the winners] with 30 pxiints. Sentral led all the way in the Wayne Keith is one of thfefe consolation finals, with Vicki Iowa farmers to serve 6n cottl- Eimers pouring in 32 points and modity advisory committees of Teresa Voigt hit 31. the American Farm Bureau Sentral met Manson (12^) during 1966. Tlie first meeting Saturday night while Armstrong of the committees will te March (9-6) goes into action Tuesday 7*9 in Chicago. J. Merrill Andet- \ ' O 1 _ | __.. *T«*•**«•* f^i««i<A t%«VkblHAtVT Two from Koswth on national groip night at Rolfe. SENTRAL (91) fg Wehrspan 9 Lockwood 1 Voigt 13 Ditsworth _ 1 1 : Eimers 11 ljUllensvang 0 21 Blanchard 0 son, Newton, Iowa president, ft pflwill be on the field crops com- 5 2 mittee. Mr. Keith, Algona, loWa 0 0 vice president, will serve on the 5 0 livestock committee. William ft. 0 0 Phelps, Swea City, will be oh 10 0 the poultry committee. Phelps 1 o I is also a member of the poul* 0 2 try, advisory committee in Iowa. r; l\ m 18 points while Bob Farnham added 13 and Tom Jones 1. ALGONA (86) fg Teeter 14 Merryman 7 Walker 6 Espe ,_ 3 laude 3 Boldridge 0 Kraft 0 Laws 0 Waller ,__ 0 Briedert 0 Totals 33 IOWA FALLS (68) Gahan fg i Klein 4 J. Meyers 6 Weaver 2 Sail 6 Whitney 8 D. Meyers 0 Totals 27 ft 8-8 5-6 3-4 0-1 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 20-25 ft 0-0 3-4 4-4 3-5 2-3 2-3 0-0 14-19 12 Pf President Taft inaugurate! the policy of the weekly pres conference. • Now is the time to start thinking about + Grass Seed + Fertilizer + Chemicals "See Us For All Of Yeur Spring Needs" Algona Flour & Feed •aels roared away to a 28-6 irst quarter lead. , . ,,:; Bill Reding tied the score at 2-2 and then got another free hrpw in a long six-minute drought that gave the visitors a 6-3 lead and later a 244 margin. Don Potthoff began to find the range in the second period, stuffing in seven points while Dick Muller added seven and Dick Bleich five. But the Bears were no better off at the half, 48-26. Reding sparked a torrid third quarter rally, hitting a layup and then six of six from out. Garrigan closed to 55-44 with two minutes left in the quarter. And then things went cold again. Bob Smith got three points near the end and it was 57-49 with a period left. But the Gaels pulled away to a 13-point lead and Garrigan never threatened. Lakota, Sentral Armstrong and Ledyard advance Four State Line Conference girls basketball teams advanced into district tournament action, which began Saturday night, by finishing in the top three .of sectional tournaments last week Ledyard lost in the. finals to Boone Valley, 65-55 but their runnerup spot earned a spot in ;he finals. Armstrong copped ;he Fenton sectional with a 7675 win. Sentral advanced by winning the consolation game at home, 91-68, while Lakota also won consolation honors, turning back Twin Rivers of Bode, 76-57 at Corwith. CORWITH SECTIONAL Ledyard was behind 32-27 at the half of the sectional finals at Corwith. 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