The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1967 · Page 10
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Garrigan Drops Decision To Rugged O'Gorman 31-0 Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper D«« Moines—11 Strong S.D. Club Led At The Half 13-0 Garrigan Field has had a number of fine football teams tear up its turf since the high school nearby first opened its doors — but none has ever more completely subdued the Golden Bears than the O'Gorman Knights of Sioux Falls did Saturday night. The Bears managed only 43 yards rushing and passing while going down to a 31-0 defeat which left their season record at 1-2. Coach Beanie Cooper's club hustled— and no one could detect any sign of giving up - but the odds, which included good average size, speed and agility, were too great, and after a scoreless first quarter, the visitors won going away. Midway through the first stanza, the Knights had a march going, but Dave McCarthy, who was busy all night for the locals, pounced on a fumble to halt the threat. A few minutes later, McCarthy intercepted a pass to chop the quick visitors off at the Garrigan 17. Three plays later, however, Pat Baker of O'Gorman intercepted a Tom Black pass and the Knights were back in business on the Garrigan 23. This time, the Knights wouldn't be denied- and scored on the second play of the second quarter as Dean Thill went the final two yards. The point after was a failure. A 21-yard return of a good punt by John Mertz set up O*Gorman's next tally midway through the second round. It took nine plays to go 39 yards, with Duane Nelson banging home from the two. This time, Neil Stamp kicked the extra point, so it was 13-0 at the half. The count went to 19-0 when O'Gorman marched 63 yards after receiving the second half kickoff. Blasts of three to 10 yards were included in the journey to the end zone, with Thill going in from the three. ©•Gorman's advance to the Garrigan nine moments later was thwarted by the Bears' defense, so the next march to points didn't get underway until the final play of the third quarter. A 15-yard penalty got it started and the Knights covered 51 yards in nine plays to make it 25-0, with Mike Pritchard gunning the final 12. The last points went on the board midway through the final stanza on a 23-yard pass from Tim Barnett to Steve Willis, who made a shoestring nab and shot into the end zone. The ferocious O'Gorman defense held the locals to 27 yards net on the ground and 16 yards through the air. Big Jack Muller, who slammed for 279 yards in Garrigan's first two contests, wound up with 32 - and Tom Black's two completions in 12 attempts, both to Mike Schiltz, accounted for the passing yardage. Coach Cooper said several days preceding the contest — "This could be the finest team we'll face this season," He was so right. Every fan in the stands was impressed with the rugged play of the Knights, who featured four to six man pursuit on wide plays which resulted in hardly any yardage there all night. The winners used no less than nine running backs, with Max Sinclair leading the way with 109 yards on the ground. Thill hit four of seven passes for 64 yards as the Knights used the pass only when absolutely necessary, then with great success. Garrigan's Homecoming is this Saturday night and the Bears will host Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, 1913 winner over Mason City New- man in a thriller Friday night. Official statistics: G 0*G First downs 4 17 Passes 12-2 8-5 Yds. passing 16 87 Passes int. by 1 1 Yds. int. ret. 1 27 KO-Ave. 1-37. 6-41.7 Punts-Ave. 8-34.9 0 Yds. kicks ret. 0 78 Fumbles lost 1 2 Yds. penalized 37 45 Yds. rushing 27 296 Tot. yds. gained 43 383 31-0 Victory Is Third Straight For Sentral Sentral raced away to a 19-0 lead in the first period and went on to post a 31-0 victory in a State Line Conference contest at Titonka Friday night. The victory was the third without a defeat for Coach Bert Hanson's club. The first quarter scoring came on a pair of touchdowns by Jerry Nerem, six -and 20 yards, a four yard smash by Jim Geitzenauer and an extra point by the latter. The count remained 19-0 at halftime, but Sentral wrapped up the win with another pair of TDs in the third stanza. Owen Kerl>er counted twice, with his six pointers coming on 14 and two yard runs. Outstanding for the winners on defense were Bob Krause and Lenny Hassel. Statistics: S T First downs 13 8 Passes 27-12 13-4 Yds. passing 149 29 • Yds. rusliing 280 4 Passes int. by 2 4 Tot. yds. gained 429 33 Fumbles lost 0 2 Yds. penalized 80 20 Swea City Is 39-19 Winner Thursday Night Swea City's Trojans upped their season mark to 2-1 with a 39-19 victory over the Garrigan Junior Varsity team at Swea City Thursday night. The game was scheduled to replace a game between the Trojans and Burt, nec- w • • * • • JOIN DIAMOND'S PARADE OF VALUES . essary when the latter school dropped football. The winners held leads of 7-0, 26-6, and 32-19 at the quarter buzzers, picking up six TDs and three points after while the locals managed a trio of touchdowns and one point after. Swea City's touchdowns were scored by Mike Johnson, who went 45 and 3 5 yards from scrim mage, 45 yards with a pass from Randy Newlin, and 40 yards with a punt return; John Van Norman, who took a 36-yard pass from Johnson; and Clarence Braddock on a two-yard smash. Extra points were added by Russ Thompson, who ran for one, and Newlin, who kicked two. Tom Froehlich went one yard for the first Garrigan TD, tossed 13 yards to Pat Nugent for another and Denny Potthoff got the other, going 45 yards after intercepting a pass. Phil Richter ran for an extra point. Twin Rivers Posts 32-14 Win Friday The Twin Rivers Pirates rode the 5-touchdown production of Doug Logue and Roger Clark to a 32-14 Homecoming victory in a Twin Lakes Conference game at Bode Friday night. The victory was the second in three outings for Twin Rivers. Logue counted three times, getting one TD on a 21-yard pass from Steve Bergum and the otiier two on runs of four and 16 yards. Clark raced 56 yards for one touchdown and 20 for the other. The Rockwell City touchdowns were scored by Rich Lange and Bob Klockseim on passes from " V • + • Bob Rossow. Defensive standouts for Twin Rivers were MikeShekey, Logue, Clark and Ernie Siemen. 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