Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1966 · Page 3
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Bulldogs game from state tourney Drub Ida Grove 76-49 in first sub-state game Algona high school moved to within a single game of a return trip to the state basketball tournament at Des Moines last Wednesday night by outclassing previously unbeaten Ida Grove, 7649 before 2,600 fans at Spen cer. The Bulldogs will get the supreme test of their season tonight (Monday) when they take on Mason City high school in the sub-state finals, again at Spencer at 7:30 p.m. A victory will mean a weekend trip to Des Moines. Probable first round opponent would be either Ames or Atlantic, should the Bulldogs win tonight. Ames, coached by ex- Bulldog mentor George DuVall would be the Algona opponent for sure if both win sub-state finals tonight. Should Ames lose to Fort Dodge and Atlantic beats Shenandoah, then Atlantic would be Algona's first foe Thursday afternoon. Should both lose, Al- ended gona could very well play Des lively. Moines Roosevelt in the first round. Mason City is a good team, probably as good or better than any faced by Algona this season. It drubbed Clarion in the first round sub-state at Garrigan last Monday, 63-37. It has fine balance, good rebounding strength and speed. Although the Mohawks are only 13-8 for the season, they've played much tougher competition. This is not to say Algona will be outclassed if it plays another good game. CERTAINLY Ida Grove, winner of 23 straight this season, was out of its element at Spencer last Wednesday. The Hawks got ahead early but once the Bulldog* went' into the lead early in the second quarter, the decision was sealed. Ida Grove tired quickly, couldn't cope with the Algona pressing defense and had nothing to fall back on. The Hawks did give local fans some anxious moments in the early going. After Dave Walker tied the game at 2-2 with a rebound, burly center Ron Peterson hit two easy layups after sagging in back of Walker. Algona got the lead back on a jumper by Tom Claude, a Craig Espe free throw and Dan Mcrryman's jump shot. But Peterson and Craig Edsen reeled off eight straight points to make it 14-7. Algona was still down at 17-14 at the quarter and then the Bulldogs began forcing Ida Grove mistakes. The game was tied at 17, 19, 21 and 23 before Walker and Dale Teeter hit rebounds to put the Bulldogs in front to stay. The score at the half was 3127. Ida Grove crept to 35-33 on a drive-in shot by Don Wunschel and a layup by Peterson but Algona spurted ahead 45-33 on 10 straight points and the Hawks never got doser than ten the rest of the way. DESPITE the final spread of 27 points, this game was close until the final four minutes or so. Peterson, a 6'5" lad that had little else but size, fouled ou with 4:37 to go and after two free throws by Wunschel, Idi Grove didn't score a point th< final four minutes of play. The count at that point wa 59-49 and Algona scored 1' straight points to finish it up Teeter iced it with three stra ight layups to make it 65-49 Teeter stops, Jumps, shoots - mark falls At exactly 8:28 p.m. W«dnt»dty, March 9, Dal* Ttatcr bacama tha highest scoring batkatball playar avar to play for Algona high ichool. At tha pracUa momant ha drova into th* kay, stopped and flipped home a jump shot from six feet out. They were his 1126th and 1127th points and broke the career record held by Doug Meyer of 1126 set in the years 1952*56. For a time Wednesday, it appeared that Teeter might never reach the coveted goal. He was held scoreless the entire first quarter and with Algona trailing 17-14 at this point, there ware some anxious moments. But the Big "T" hit a free throw, rebound and layup to open the second period and had eight at the half. He got his 9th and 10th points on a drive-in shot to open the Algona second half scoring and got another shortly after. 1 n«n with 2:39 left in the third quarter, Teeter got the big bucket to break the mark and he went on to get 10 more in the final stages to end with 24. He has now scored 1138 points and every point he scores from here on out, will make his mark even more difficult to eclipse in future years. 39 44 47 48% 51 57 Coach Howie Stephenson began substituting liberally shortly after and all 12 men saw action. Certainly, few were impressed with Ida Grove. But maybe they looked bad because the Bulldogs looked so. good in those final three periods. Algona ouitscored the Hawks 62-32 in the final 24 minutes of play. Teeter finished with 24 points to top all scorers while guards Craig Espe and Tom Claude ended with 14 and 12 respec- r ely. But if there was a hero in this game it was center Dave Walker. He pulled down 14 re bounds, hit four baskets in just nine attempts and after the ear ly minutes, held the big Ida Grove center in check fairly well, despite giving up three in ches and 50 pounds. Again, just as in all three district games, Algona was outre- bounded, 29-24. And undoubtedly the Bulldogs will be outre- bounded again tonight. The degree could be a deciding factor in the outcome of the game. WIDNiSDAY NIOHT MfN W Hobarton C<H>p. ___ 65 Cunningham Cafe __ 60 'enton Elevator —— 57 ternie's Rec. _„ 55% lode Elevator 53 Seven4Jp 47 Bordens Dairy 42% Elk Cleaners 35 69 High Team Scrta Fenton Elevator 2929 High Scrits Hank Geilenfeld _-, 606 High Gam* Bud Briggs 221 THURSDAY NIOHT WOMEN W Lindsays 70% 29V 2 Viking Oil ___•__ 70 30 Fareway 65 35 Hamm's 54% 45% Dairy Queen 51% 44% Vogel Cardinals 49 " llbert's Enco 64 40 Al's Lounge —_ 57 47 Vational Food 50 54 Lotts Creek Cheese Factory 50 54 Algona Utilities 47 57 Pine Room 32 72 Don's Place 26 78 Coca Cola 8 96 High Team Series Elbert's Enco 2971 High Series Al Grill — 574 High Game Willie Bruner 234 51 53 Coast to Coast _____ 42 58 VFW 41% 58% Johnson House ____ 47 Frederick Hdwe. __- 39 57 65 69 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Pittman Finance Corp. 67% 32% Zenders 66 34 Moorman's Feed 56 44 Hut-ell's Office 46% 53% Femic 33 67 Minn. Woolen 31 69 High Team Series Zenders 2405 High Series Women—Heide Ferguson _ 57f Men—Bob Immel 594 High Game Fwinco Beauty Salon 20 52 High Team Series Charlie's Supper Club 1616 High Series Helen Kirkland 525 High Game Helen Kirkland — 188 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Gene's Electronics __ 70 30 Pettits 60 40 Hamm's No. 2 —— 56 44 Hub Clothiers 54% 45% Carnation Milk 52% 43% Algona Lanes 40 60 Hamm's No. 1 32% 67% M & D Auto - 30% 65% High Team Series Hamm's No. 2 ._ 2880 High Series Cliff Benschoter and Hank Geilenfeld 599 High Game Norbert Zumach ; — 220 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Pittman Finance 70% 33% Consolidated Co-op. Creamery 42 Standard Oil 42 62 62 70 Rusk Drug 34 High Team Series Fenton Lockers 2222 High Series Women—Corrine Jorgensen 463 Men—Wayne Alderson __^_ 566 High Game Women—Corrine Jorgensen 198 Men—Wayne Alderson 220 Zenders 70 Moorman's Feed — 58 34 46 LAST WEEK'S FROM THE ALGONA LANES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L No. la. Appl. 80 28 Algona Barbers ___ 76 32 Champlins 65% 42% Quickie 57 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 rWhittemore Elev. _1 56 Algona Lanes 55 Lindsay Soft Water _ 42 K. of C. 42 Schmidt 37 51 48 53 62 66 71 Weidenhoff 23% 84% High Team Series No. la. Appliance 2980 High Series Friedrich __„ 601 High Game John Murphy — 224 Ray W L Fischer Store, and Tavern 81 27 Klein's Farm Supply 80 28 Weidenhoff _^_-.^-_ 73 34 Blossom Ins. 37 41 Elbert Enco 67 41 Al's Lounge 57 51 National Food 54 54 Lotts Creek Cheese Factory 51 57 Algona Utilities 47 61 Pine Room 36 72 Don's Place 26 82 Coca Cola 8 100 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Hamm's No. 1 74 enders 72 leilings Hog Mkt. __ 62 Judweiser 61 L 34 36 46 47 High Team Series Fischer's Store 3006 High Series Fr. Ruba 622 High Game Fr. Ruba 222 Gambles — 35 Everds Bros. __: 31 High Team Series Fareway __: — 2497 High Series Heidi Ferguson ,_, 567 High Game Heidi Ferguson „ 205 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L No. la. Appl. 76 28 Algona Barbers 74 30 Champlins 62% 41% Whittemore Elev. __ 56 44 Quickie 53 51 Algona Lanes 51 53 Lindsay Soft Water _ 42 58 K. of C. 40 64 Schmidt 37 67 Weidenhoff 22% 81% High Team Series Algona Barbers 2947 High Series Cliff Benschoter 591 High Game Frank King 234 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Hamm's No. 2 70 34 Zenders 1 _'_^——-^-'i_ 69 • 35 Reiling Hog Mkt. __ 61 43 Budweiser 58 46 State Farm 53% 50% Gambles 51 53 la. State Bank 44 60 Farmers Hibred ___ 28% 75% High Team Series Hamm's No. 1 2929 High Series Ion Rochleau 538 High Game Ion Rochleau 214 Women—Heide Ferguson _ 225 Hutzell's Office 48% 55% W hrome Cafe 62 Jjustroms 58 ilen—Bob Immel 227 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE NO. 1 L 38 42 43 48 49 56 COFFEE CUP W Black Cats 47 Bobetts 47 Eight Balls 46% Petticoats 44 L 37 37 37% 40 47 Question Marks 37 Sharks 30% 53% High Team Series Black Cats ._ 2586 High Series Delores Besch 488 High Game Delores Besch 228 Viking Oil 57 Vo. la. Appliance __ 52 Baylor Motor 51 Druggist Mutual 44 M & D Auto 42% 57% Algona Barbers 33% 66% High Team Series Taylor Motor ,__ 2293 High Series Women—Jackie Muller __ 538 Men—Hank Geilenfeld High Game Women—Jackie Muller Men—Howard Lowman — 234 Femic — 33 71 Minn. Woolen 32 72 High Team Series Zenders 2245 High Series Women—Heide Ferguson _ 536 Men—Erwin Schuller 550 High Game Women—Lavonne Pittman 193 L 21 34 43 54 1730 Men—B. J. Bradford __ 231 ___ 641 __ 213 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Colony Inn 66% 33% 41 44 48 59 67 tate Farm 54% 53% ambles 54 54 a. State Bank 45 63 Farmers Hibred ___ 28% 79% High Team' Series Zenders 2991 High Series Ray Sewick 577 High Game Ray Sewick 225 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Utt Electric ______ '_ 71% 36% Universal Mfg. _____ 71% 36% Whittemore Lockers 70% 37% Lindhorst Deputies _ 60% 47% 48 49 50% 54 63 72 Pioneer Hibred ____ 60 Buscher Bros. _____ 59 NW Mutual _______ — 57% Reding's Gravel ___ 54 Larry's Recreation __ 45 Hoods Super Value _ 36 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cooks Welders 77% 22% East End Groc. 68 32 Weidenhoff 63 37 la. State Bank 62 38 Women of the Moose 53 47 Petersen Furn. 50 50 Algona Lanes 45 55 Honsbruch — 45 55 J & K Tavern 42 58 Alg. Auto Repair ___ 36% 63% Good Samaritan 32 68 Directory Service __ 28 72 High Team Series Weidenhoff __. 2464 High Series Joan Mueller 53( High Game Joan Mueller __ 21 Algona Lanes 59 Algona Plbg. & Htg. 56 Northrup King 52 Consolidated Co-op. Creamery 46% 53% Fenton i Lockers ^.u.— 46 54. Standard Oil __ 41 Rusk Drug 33 High Team Series olony Inn 2199 High Series Vomen—Heide Ferguson _ 502 ilen—Cliff Benschoter 578 High Game rVomen—Heide Ferguson and Corrine Jorgenson __ 190 Men—Cliff Benschoter 236 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 W Chrome Cafe __. 64% L 39% 42 45 52 53 53% 58 69 High Team Series Bjustroms ,_- 2276 High Series Women—Jean Reynolds — 556 Men—John Levy 581 High Game Women—Charlotte Baldwin 212 Men—Dick Reynolds 214 Bjustroms 62 Viking Oil 59 la. Appliance — 52 Taylor Motor 51 M & D Auto 50% Druggist Mutual __ 46 Algona Barbers 35 GRANDMOTHERS W Kirk's Shoe Store __ 55 Charlies Sup. Club _ 42 Modernistic 33 Twinco — 22 , High Team Series Kirk's Shoe Store ____^ High Series Marie Colwell 503 High Game Marie Colwell 1 186 PETUNIA — Mrs. Ed Gerber, New Hampton, grew an especially large, beautiful petunia plant this winter which is blooming even during Iowa's cold winter. Teachers at Swea City get '250 raises Swea City — All Swea City teachers, were granted raise* last Monday at the school.board meeting. Raises .averages |250. Contracts were to be given to teachers today and will be due March 30. A resignation was accepted from basketball coach Duane Hovick. He plans to farm. ' Two additional elementary teachers will be needed for the next school year as a result of the recent Swea City-Grant met- ger. Next year there will be two divisions of each class. CLOCKS — Chris Corn of PA- cific Junction collects old clocks and has some 41 mantle and wall cldcks in his home" there! The oldest one is more than 100 years old. ' : . . ; '! MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS i : ..•,..,!,;-,. '..,.-,•.' ; jf Take PRIIVO tablets when yoy .want temporary relief from ml? nor aches, and .pain often essev ciated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Back* aches. Relieve these discomfort* or your money back. On sale at HONSBRUCH Drug Store. I TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W Utt Electric ____ , ____ 69V 2 Universal Mfg. ____ 67% Whittemore Lockers .indhorst Deputies 'ioneer Hibred ---NW Mutual ______ __. 56V.J iuscher Bros. _____ 52 Ceding Gravel _____ 52 Larry's Recreation _ 44 Hoods Super Value 36 First Lutheran _____ 32 M> Tall Paul's _________ 29 High Series Homer Clark ___ __________ 587 High Game Herb Hedlund __________ 22 L 34«/ 2 36'/ 2 37% 57 Vz 46V2 57 47 47% 48 52 60 68 71 ¥2 71 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Fischer Store ____ .__ 77 Klein's Farm Sup. _ 76 Weidenhoff ___• ____ 70 Blossom's Ins. _____ 67 L 27 28 34 37 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 2 W L Colony Inn 66M> 37V 2 Algona Lanes 62 42 Algona Plbg. & Htg. 59 45 ^orthrup King 53 51 Tenton Lockers 49Va 54Va COFFEE CUP W L Bobetts 46 34 Eight Balls 45% 34% Black Cats 44 36 Petticoats 41 39 Question Marks 36 44 Sharks 27% 52% High Team Series Bobetts _„ 2539 High Series Bonnie Grant —— 474 High Game Jean Reynolds 190 GRANDMOTHERS W Kirk's Shoe Store __ 51 Charlie's Sup. 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