The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 28, 1967 · Page 10
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Grapplers Open Season With 2 Lop-sided Wins Algona High's wrestling team annihilated Britt and Blue Earth in the opening pair of dual meets during the week. The locals dumped Blue Earth, 37-13, at Blue Earth Saturday night after pummeling Britt, 36-5, in the opener here three nights earlier. Coach Champ Martin's team registered five falls on the way to the Blue, Earth win - and a large crowd of Algona fans made the trip to watch their favorites come through. The meet was close only through the first three matches. From then on, it was all Algona. Gary Gade got the team off on the right foot when he came up with an escape in the third period for a 1-0 decision over Mike Hanson, gaining his second straight win; -Russ Bird then flipped Randy Evans in 3:05 at 103 before Denny Petersen, 112, was thrown by Bob Brakke, cutting Algona's margin to 8-5. Then Darrell Miller, 120, came up with a 5-0 decision over Tom Guerber, keeping his record clean, and Steve Claude, 127, nailed Jeff Campbell in 3:53 for his second win, running the count to 16-5. Bob Cox, making his debut on the varsity at 133, then lost to Chuck Ankeny, preceding a 4-0 decision by Randy Riedinger, 138, over Alan Willette; a fall in 1:38 by Don Camp over Steve Erdahl at 145; an 8-3 decision by Phil Bode, 154, over Tim Claude; and a second straight fall by Bruce Bennett, 165, over Steve Schwen in 4:29. Steve Fitzpatrick, freshman making his first start on the varsity, then was flipped by Al Thompson at 175 and Brad Farnham wound up the scoring with a fall over Randy Winter in 3:57 in the heavyweight division. The wins by Riedinger, Camp and Bode were also their second in two outings. Algona's Junior Varsity gave up three forfeits, at 95, 154 and 175, but had enough strength to post a 29-23 victory (second straight) in the curtain-raiser. Ed Bennett, Larry Taylor, Les Simpson and Al Aldrich picked up falls for the locals, while Mike Putney, Tom Laing and Steve Schultz won decisions. IN SEASON OPENER For the second straight year, the Bulldogs opened their dual meet season with a win over Britt. The locals, getting falls from Rob Claude and Bruce Bennett, broke from an early 3-3 tie and won convincingly, 36-5 with nine matches in a row going to the Bulldogs after that tie. Gary Gade, 95, nabbed a 4-2 decision; Russ Bird, 103, dropped a 6-2 match; then Denny Petersen, 112, won 6-4; Uarrel Miller, 120, won 4-0; Rob Claude, 127, got a fall in 3:48; Steve Claude, 133, won 4-3; Randy Riedinger, 138 , won 7-1; Larry Taylor, 145, won 2-1; Don Camp, 154, won 11-2; Phil Bode, 165, won 7-2; Bennett, 180, got a fall in 1:40; and Brad Farnhani struggled to a 0-0 draw. Algona's junior varsity also posted a win over Britt, 27-13. Bob Cox and Duane Hunt posted falls; Tom Laing, Steve Sfhults. Steve Willrett, Les Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Det Maine*—11 Verne's scoring with 28 points, followed by Connie Hefty with 17 and Michele Coyle with 14. Marilyn LaRogue led the losers with 22. LuVerne led all the way in the boys game, holding leads of 15-11, 30-16 and 58-33 at the quarter stops. Duane Will got 24 points, Doug Nelson 20, Don Bristow 12, Ron Wolf five, Denny Barber four cisions; and Ed Bennett got a draw. The junior high came out on the short end of an afternoon meet with Britt, losing 38-12, with Jim Simpson [jetting a fall and Mike Moulton and George Mix gaining decisions for the Algona points. Ledyard And Lakota Share Ledyard and Lakota exchanged victories in Tuesday night State Line basketball action at Ledyard. The Ledyard boys edged Lakota 68-66 and the Lakota girls routed Ledyard 65-51. This- was Ledyard boys' first game while the girls have lost both of their contests. Ray Govern lead the balanced scoring of Ledyard with 19 points. Terry Krominga of Lakota was high point man for the night with 22 points. Glenda Hertzke with 33 points and Joyce Leonard with 30 points lead the Lakota girls. Marlene Johnson scored 27 points and Shirley Menke added 20 points for Ledyard. BOYS Lakota FG FT F Krominga 861 Dorenbush 325 Karels 433 Hertzke 445 Hoeppner 42 5 Hamilton 1 0 1 Ellsworth 005 Larson 010 Johnson 0 0 __?__ Ledyard Logeman Smith Govern Johnson, B. Dontje Nauman Walker Farrow Lakota Hertzkf 1 Leonard Goeke Boehm Coy, S. Berg Sheldahl Ledyard Johnson, M Menke Klinksiek Johnson, J. 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Thoreson Lofstrom Bancroft Carpenter Kissner Wolf Hatten Vaske Welp LuVerne Wins Pair Tuesday LuVerne's cagers won a pair of games from Sheffield-Chapin at LuVerne Tuesday night, the boys taking a 70-55 fray after the girls had won their third straight, 59-51, in the opener. For the boys, the game was win number two out of three starts. The girls led, 12-9, at'the quarter, then trailed 20-22 at halftime. By the end of the third period, the score was knotted, 39-39, and ;i good final quarter gave the win to the home club. 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