Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 5
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Garrigan baseball team opens with 4-3 win rs to state meet THESE FOUR Algona high school golfers'wHt'compete in the Class A state golf tournament at Carroll Saturday after "winning the sectionalatPocahontas tvyo weeks ago and finishing second in the district there Saturday. The tefmicarded a 359, 18 strokes behind champion Carroll's 341 but nine strokes ahead of third place Humboldt. Phil Taylor led the local linksmen With an 86 while Dan Merry man; had an $8,. GreggBuchanan 87 and Brad Kraft 98. They are shown above, left to right, Buchanan, Merryman^'iaylpr and Kraft. '•/••„ ;.-'•. _ >, -.. •-'; •".- :^ :'.:'C {'vExclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman., gona opens season on 10 lettermen give top prospects A nucleus of ten lettermen and several promising newcomers gives- Algona higlH&dtiobT'^t fine outlook as summer baseball practice sessions opened Monday. The Bulldogs will open a 16-game schedule a week from Friday here at 5 p.m. against Twin Rivers high school. Algona has seven conference games plus nine non- conference contests; including Marshalltown high school here June 18. The Bobcats will play Garrigan in the evening? in a unique doubleheader. • More games will be added according to Coach Keith Christie. The fresh-soph team has a six-game schedule opening June 9 at Clear Lake, CHRISTIE will rely on two pitchers, Craig Espc, 6-6 last year, and Larry Scobba, 5-0. Other lettermen are Dave Martin, catcher; Bill Farnham, Ib; Tom Claude, 2b; Dale Teeter, ss; Roger Meyer, 3b; and outfielders Bill Boldridge, Gary Barr and Bob Farnham. May 27 9 — Fresh-Soph Clear Lake, there, Twin Rivers, here, '. "* - Twin Rivers, the- June 5 p.m. , June 13 — Eagle Gfove, here, a p.m. June 15 5 p.m. June 27 re, 6 p.m. June 30 — Eagle Grove, there 1 , 4 p.m. ; ; July 7 — Clear Lake, •5 p.m. ' • "" ' **?$••: Golfers win and lose in final dual meets here, 5 The Bulldogs had a campaign last summer Hazelhoff of Swea City wins slate high jump Algona high school golf earn lost its final!dual, meet of he .season as it prepared for he state meet Saturday bow- ng at-Eagle. Grove 155470. The' fV.'§ /lost, only their, second 'ma^ tch of the year, 185-205. Phil Taylor and Don Hagen carded 41's for the varsity while Brad Kraft had a 43, Dan Merryman 45 and Gregg Buchanan 52. For thjB JV's, Craig Taylor was low with a, 46, while Steve Chrischilles and Bruce Olson had 52's and Tim Will a 55. Three runs in last inning dees it for Bears Garrigan high school opened its stimmer baseball season on. winning note after two postponements as they came from sahind in the last inning to edge ilear Lake high school there, 4-3 Tuesday afternoon, The Burs will meet Greet- finger at 4 p.m. today (Thurt- day) and then take en Newman of Mason City in a dou« bleheader there Saturday with the first game starting at 10:30 a.m. Trailing 2-1 going into the-seventh, Garrigan exploded for three doubles to pull the game out. Bill Reding stroked a pinch hit double to start the final inning and went to third on an attempted pickoff play. 9 He scored the tying run when Denny Long laid down a fine squeeze bunt. Long was forced at second on Joe Becker's grounder to third but Dick Bleich ;hen slammed a double, scoring Becker and Dick Muller follow*' ed with another two-base hit to score Bleich with what proved ,o be the winning run. CLEAR LAKE got its final run in the bottom of the seventh, on a single, an error and an infield out. Garrigan scored its first run when Becker tripled with one out in the first and came home on Bleich's infield out. Clear Lake tied the game in the fourth and went ahead with a run in the fifth. Bill Milder went all the way for the Bears, allowing just three hits, striking out seven walking just three. The Bears banged out 10 hits including two each by Becker and Muller. The opener here last week was cancelled because of rain and a scheduled game Monday with St. John's high school of Bancroft^; Bid in state track was postponed because the.J61uj|,j nies were in the state hi§ school tournament. 17-6 and were led by Roger Meyer with a .403 batting average. AS A FRESHMAN, HE WAS ELECTED THE TEAM'S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER. Only regulars from last year not returning are Dan Merryman, Skip Perkins, Steve Hardy and Mark Conn. Other top prospects are sophomores Craig Taylor, a pitcher; inficlders Dale Pederson, Roger Barr and Tom Jones; and outfielder Don Hagen. The schedule thus fay is as follows: May 27 — Twin Rivers, here, 5 p.m. June 2 — Burt, there, 6:30. Juns 3 — Webster City, there. June 7 — Eagle Grove, here, 6:30 p.m. June 10 — Hampton, here, 6:30 p.m. June 14 — Clear Lake, there. June 17 — Clarion, there. June 18 — Marshalltown, here, 4 p.m. June 21 — Iowa Falls, here, 6:30 p.m. June 24 — Humboldt, here, 6:30 p.m. June 27 — Twin Rivers, there, 8 p.m. , i !', June 28 — Burt, here, 6:30 June 29 — Eagle Grove, there, 8 p.m. July % — Forest City, there 8 p.m. July 1$ — Clear Lake, here §:30 p.m. Forest The Algona high school golf team won both the varsity and junior varsity golf matches against Ringsted high school here Monday. The varsity took a 167-187 decision. Sophomore Don Hagen paced the win with a 40 while teammates Phil Taylor had a 41 and Dan Merryman a 42. Greg; Buchanan carded a 44 and Brae Kraft had a 47. Ringsted was led oy Jensen with a 41 and Millei .vith a 45, The JV's won, 198-225. Fresh turn Steve Chrischilles was low or the JV's with a 45 while 3raig Taylor had a 49, John iVill and Bruce Olson 53's. Gra lam led Ringsted with a 52. MIKE HAZELHOFF, senior at Swea City high school, won the State Class C outdoor high jump in Des Moines Saturday, May 14. Mike cleared a height of 6'>/4" to Lake first place. He then failed n three attempts to break the itate high jump record of 6'- 3V4", narrowly missing his first attempt. Mike, a star athlete in three sports «for Swea City, will ittend Estherville J. C. in the fall. GARRIGAN (4) ab Long, 2b. __________ 2 Becker, cf. ________ 4 D. Bleich, If. _______ 4 Vluller, c. _________ 4 jicfcteig, ss. ________ 3 Salz, rf. ___________ 3 Geilenfeld, 3b _______ 3 lischen, Ib. ________ 2 Milder, p. __________ 3 Reding, ph. _______ 1 TOTALS _______ 29 CLEAR LAKE (3) ab Ransom, ss. ________ 4 Pike, 2b. ____________ 4 Anderson, p. _______ 4 McDonald, 3b. _______ 3 Budolfson, rf. ______ 4 Vega, c. ___________ 2 Schoneman, cf. ____ 2 Frampton, If. ______ 3 Grabinski, Ib. _____ 3 TOTALS _______ 29 r 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 r 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 St. John's bows Tuesday in sub-state, 3-2 St. John's of Bancroft lost its first game of the season and lost in its bid for a state tourna* ment berth at Fort Dodge Tuesday afternoon, falling to Dowling of Des Moincs, 3-2. St. John's is now 8-1 as it starts on its summer campaign. Dowling is 11-5 as it enters the four-team state meet. The winners scored two runs in the first inning on a two-run home rim'by catcher Dave Hearn. St. John's knotted the count with a pair of runs in the third on a walk, singles by John Meyer and Chuck Farrow, and a balk by Steve Oarberry. But Jim Steinbach came on in relief for Dowling and held Bancroft litless the rest of the way. Dick Diers went all the way for the losers and gave up only four hits. Dowling scored the winning run in the bottom of the filth on a balk. !>>'*>" Paul Seller, 1963 graduate of Garrigan high school, waa given the award as the Outstanding Offensive Lineman during the spring practice at the Un£ versity ot Notre Dame., St. John's Bancroft _ 2 Dowling, D. M. 3 H 3 4 Diers and Meyer; Carbeny, Steinbach (4) and Hearn. Seller, who has been ftUrtintf at tackle on the offensive unit this spring, played offensive tackle and defensive linebacker for Coach Beanie Cooper at Garrigan in 1962 and 1963. He will be a senior next year at Notre Dame. Garrigan has turned out four outstanding young football players in its eight years of exis- tance. Dick Heinen made the First Team Little AU-American this last fall at Northwest Mo. State. Lyle Loebach was selected in the Pro Draft last fall by the San Francisco "49's" after making All-Conference • for Simpson College and Steve Stader has been a All-Conference selection two years in a row at St. Thomas College in St. Paul, Minn. All of these young men -played together on the 1962 Garrigan team. ' . The Garrigan fans are keeping a close watchful eye on Paul Seiler and the University of Notre Dame this coming fall in hopes that Paul will add still greater honors to already blooming football tradition. DAVE MCCARTHY, Garrigan, arid Dale Teeter, Algona high, are shown wishing each other, the best of luck in their bids in the state Class A track meet at Eagle Grove this Saturday. McCarthy won the high jump in the district two weeks ago and will be jumping in that event.while Teeter will run in the 440 and 880-yard runs. Coaches Beanie Cooper and Don Camenisch will accompany the two young' men. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 11 I I II II 1 111 11 M I- Ill I M Mil I 1 H II Ml I 1 1 III II II 1 1 I H 1 II I Mill I I 1 I I 1 I I I I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I : 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I SPORTS h 1 2 1 2 -0 0 1 1 1 1 10 h 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 : t • WITH A Score by Innings: Garrigan 100 000 3- Clear Lake 000 110 1- Teeter to Drake Dale Teeter, all-time Algona high school scoring champion and first team all-stater, signed a tender to attend Drake University, he announced this week. Teeter said he made his decision to attend Drake after a visit there several weeks a- go. He signed the tender Fri day. He had leaned towards the Air Force Academy for some time but decided against the school. And he had long ago decided that he would like to play his college ball in Iowa if he didn't go to the Air Force. SHIRTS Short sleeve, dacron and cotton. Permanent press. White - colors Stripes. Snap-tab, button-down, Glenn collars. - AUTO RACES 1966 SEASON GRAND OPENING ON THE MIDWEST'S FASTEST HIM BANKED '2 MILE TRACK FRIDAY MAY 20th 9 P.M. Postponed From May 15th Due To Rain SUNDAY MAY 22nd 9 P.M. REGULAR NIGHT OF RACING PROGRAM MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS INO. Fairmont, Minn. SPORT SLACKS Perma-Press. Ready to go anywhere. BERMUDA SHORTS All colors. Dacron and cotton Perma-press. Is he going places? May We Suggest Sewing Kits Suit & Pants Hangers Travel Kits Gift Certificates KNIT SHIRTS Henleys. Solids GOLF SHIRTS In all colors. stripes - plains. FIRST ON HIS LIST , i t-t I ALGONA, IOWA •4'ivHa-4•.^•^^^ll^4'J^aa4J-^4JJJJ'i'^i.i-^i44^^a44a'l | 'il4iJ4J4444^i4l^^

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