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(la.) Upper D«s Meinet Thursday, Jan. 25, 1968 Senfral Wins Stateline Cage Champ Teams pair of Games Woden-Crystal Lake girls, pictured here, defeated Lakota, 80-70, to win the girls Stateline Basketball Tournament, Saturday. Team members are, front, left to right, Becky Buns, Kathy Leerar, Linda Hanna, Shirley Stefen, Rita Stecker, Penny Riherd ' ' Cathy Kirschtxium. Back row, left to right, Ron Monselle, assistant coach, Howard Dorman, coach, Juleen Ostercamp, Diane Harms, Janice Harms, Diane Pigman, Sue Gerdes, Lynnora Kwatzleban, Nancy Harms and Karen Anderson. (Photo Courtesy Fairmont Sentinel) Thompson edged Ledyard, 73-65, Saturday night to win the boys Stateline cage meet. The Thompson team are, above: front row, left to right, Doug Peterson, Lynn Anderson, John Harlson, Kenny Sill, Mike Hamlin and Don Norstrud. Back row, left to right, Lyle Eidsness, assistant coach, Bruce Farland, Andy Roper, Gerald Nelson, Bruce Hovland, Doug Senne and Jerry Jenkins, coach. (Photo Courtesy Fairmont Sentinel) Basketballers, Grapplers Will Be Busy This Weekend, Home And Away Another big weekend faces local high school sports squads — with no less than four events on tap, Friday through Sunday. Algona High's basketball team will be busiest, playing Friday and Saturday nights, while the wrestlers are slated for action Saturday and Garrigan's Golden Bears play in the finals of theCYOTour- nament Sunday night. Here's the schedule: Algona High hosts Humboldt Friday night and travels to Webster City for a fray Saturday (both are North Central Conference contests); the wrestlers travel to Clear Lake for the first annual Conference Tournament all day Saturday; and Garrigan rides to Sioux City Sunday evening for a meeting with Heelan. Team records to date prove all three are doing fine this season. The Golden Bears of Coach Steve McCall are 11-1 (with 10 straight victories), the basketball Bulldogs under Coach Howie Stephenson are 9-2, including a 6-2 loop mark and a string of four straight, and Coach Champ Martin's grapplers have a 6-3 dual meet mark. Garrigan has scored 837points while giving up 612- an average of 69.8-51 per game through the 12 games played to date. The Bears will have to be at their best if they are to dump Heelan for the CYO title. Heelan roared past Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, 80-44, in the other half of the first round Sunday night. Only comparison available shows that the Bears downed St. Edmond, 77-69, at Ft. Dodge Dec. 20. The Bears got to the finals with a 43«36 victory over Carroll Kuemper in a defensive struggle here Sunday night in their last outing. Leading the charges of McCall against HeeJan will be jack Mui- ler, who has canned 232 points ud carries a J9.3 average so far. He will be aided by paveMcCar* thy, U7 points, 9,8 average; Kevin O'Brien, 105, 8,6; Jim Fick- bohm, 87, 7.2; Jim Walker, 86, 7.2; and Steve Wingert, 82, 6.8. Muller has led the club in scoring nine times so far, with a high single game of 30 points, while O'Brien has led the team twice with a high of 22, Fickbohm once with a high of 18, McCarthy once with a high of 17 and Wingert once with a high of 19. Garrigan's scoring so far has ranged from the low Sunday, 43 points, to a high of 89. Stephenson's strugglers came up with a pair of come-from-behind wins in their last two outings, the most recent a 64-60 decision at Eagle Grove Friday night. In earlier meetings with Humboldt and Webster City, Dec. 8-9, the Bulldogs lost to the Wildcats, 68-62, and downed the Lynx, 59-49. The Bulldogs are tied for second in the league with Iowa Falls, both behind unbeaten Clear Lake. They have counted 719 points and given up 633 in 11 contests, an average of 65.3-57.5 per fray. The team's high game is 77 points, while the low is 59. Dale Pederson tops the scoring list with 161 points and a 14.6 average, while Rog Meyer has 154 points, 14 point average; Rich Black, 113,10.3; Tom Jones, 97, 8.8; Craig Taylor, 64, 7.1; Mike Betts, 48, 5.3; Denny Richter, 35, 3.9; and Rod Rogert, 2f>, 2.6. Pederson has led the club six nights, with a high of 26 in one game, while Meyer has headed the list four times with a high of 25; Black once with a high of 16; and Jones once with a high of 22. Jones is probably the most improved player on the club based on showings in recent games. Stephenson has a total of seven lads who have been in double figures at least once this year. Coach Champ Martin's grap^ piers have chalked up 251 points to 128 for the opposition in nine duals, an average of 27.9-14.2 per outing. According to reports, Humboldt and Eagle Grove are the favorites in the loop meet Saturday. In their last dual, the Bulldogs easily downed Iowa Falls, 30-12, there Saturday. Don Camp leads the squad in victories and points, with 15 and 53, and is tied with Bruce Bennett in number of falls with four. Camp has lost only two matches, while Bennett has a 12-5 record and 44 points. Steve Claude is next to Camp in over-all figures with a 13-3-1 t record, three falls and 47points. He is a defending state champion. Then come Phil Bode, 10-4-1, two falls, 36 points; Denny Peter sen, 8-6, one fall, 26 points; Gary Gade, 8-8, 24 points; Duane Hunt, 7-4, 21 points; Rob Claude, 6-1-1, two falls, 24 points; Steve Fitzpatrick, 6-5, three falls, 24 points; and Larry Taylor, 6-4, two falls, 22 points. A total of 21 men have competed for Martin so far. HONORED Bob DeWitt of Jewell, was named this month as one of eight Iowa Master Lamb Producers for 1967. DeWitt had the largest size flock-150 ewes-of all those honored by the Iowa Sheep Association and ISU. From Gruver Sentral's basketball teams racked up a pair of wins in non- loop play over Lincoln-Central of Gruver at Sentral Tuesday night. The girls came from behind to win the opener, 63-61, with a last quarter rally, while the boys led all the way during a 95-54 romp in the finals. The victories upped the girls to 13-3 and the boys to 10-2 for the current season. Both clubs will be in action this Friday night at Titonka in a pair of State Line Conference frays. The girls led at the quarter, 17-11, and at the half, 33-31, before falling behind, 47-45, at the three-quarter mark. Cindy Lock wood led all scorers as she got 37 for Sentral. Voigt got 14 and Wehrspann 12 for the winners, while Holl led the losers with 34. The boys led, 31-12, 56-24, and 77-41 at the quarter buzzers as Kerber notched 29 points, Marlow 17, Bierle 15 andGeitzenauer 10. Mueller came through with 11 rebounds and added eight points to the total. Thile topped the losers with 18. St. John's Move To 3rd Round Diocesan Meet Bancroft St. John's cagers downed St. Mary's of Storm Lake Tuesday night, to move into the CYO basketball finals, and will play Breda for the eastern division title tonight (Thursday) at a site to be announced. Bancroft won, 65-60. The Johnnies defeated Pocahontas Catholic, 70-60, in the first round gameatEmmetsburg. St. John's box score in the Pocahontas game follows: BANCROFT (70) FG Wolf Vaske Carpenter Kissner Hatten. Welp 8 3 11 3 1 2 28 FT 2 3 2 3 0 4 14 Junior Mi F 2 2 5 1 3 4 17 Teams Dump E'Burg Twice Algona's junior high basketball teams racked up a pair of wins over Emmetsburg here Monday. The seventh graders won, 22-16, behind the 11-point scoring of Gary Walker. The eighth grade came through, 37-29, as Denny Mains pumped in 14 points. A.H.S. Sophs In Win At E'Burg Algona High sophomores ran their season basketball record 5-1 on Monday evening, pulling out a 41-38 win at Emmetsburg over the E-Hawk sophs in a rough contest. Algona trailed at the half, but took the lead toward the end of the third quarter, lost it, and then moved out in front toward the finish. The Algona freshman team dropped a 39-37 contest in the opener. • + * + • * + + • • • COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND FOR LEASE 1) 3,036 Sq. foot Masonry Office Building — (now occupied by Kossuth Mutual). In excellent condition — completely air — conditioned; has private parking facilities; will be available soon - $25,000.00. 2) 44' x 88' double front mercantile building —on Dodge St. — FOR LEASE — owner will change or remodel to suit new tenant — immediate possession. 3) A. & W. 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Eagle Grove has a season record of 6-6, while Emmetsburg is 1-14. Honor Roll At Twin Rivers Names 48 The following members of the Twin Rivers Community High School student body achieved the academic honor roll for the first semester of the 1967-68 school year. FRESHMEN- MarlysRossing, Kris Mathiason, Marilyn Olson, Randall Thompson, Dennis Vosberg, Mary Hosford, Judy Johnson, Pat Benjamin, Dennis DeBoom, Tom Eisenbarth, Gary Graaf, Brent Hanson, and Theda Salmon. SOPHOMORES - Jacque Jacobson*, Robert Olson*, Diane Olson, Calvin Haug, Tom Jacobson, Carmen Janssen, Jeanne Pflibsen and Norm Zeman. JUNIORS - Chris Hoyt*, Jo Ellen Meyer, Elaine Sorlein, Lorrie Wendt, Alice Eastman, Marlys Kemna, Becky Aure, Nancy Halsrud, Valerie Monson, Marsha Hacker, Richard Johnson, Ruth Olson, Julie Ver Steeg, Calvert Janssen, Russ Thompson, and Dana Vige. SENIORS - Doug Logue*, Kathy Jacobson, Jan Bjordal, Mike Christensen, Linda Vosberg, Marlyce Tompkins, Jeanie Evenson, Steve Bergum, Jerry DeBoom, Nancy Eisenbarth, and Craig Kinseth. *— Straight A average. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPERII Jones fires Away Tom Jones, senior 6-5 center for the Algona Bulldogs, is not the highest-scoring member of the club, but he is one of the hardest working lads and is as responsible as anyone for the team's fine 9-2 record so far this season. Tom is shown above (white suit) as he launched a first-half field goal attempt against the Iowa Falls Cadets. Mike Ingebritson (45) of the visitors attempts to block the shot, while Paul Peglow (25) of the Cadets watches. The Bulldogs, through team effort, capped a successful comeback on their way to a 77-76 victory in one of the most thrilling games ever witnessed here. The win knotted Algona and Iowa Falls in second place in the North Central Conference with 6-2rec- ords, behind Clear Lake's unbeaten Lions. (Dave Riley Photo) Two Bulldogs Among Leaders According to North Central Conference statistics, Dale Pederson and Rog Meyer of the Algona Bulldogs remain among the top ten scorers in the loop. Pederson has 131 conference points for a 16.3 average, good for seventh, while Meyer has 111 points and a 13.8 average for tenth place. The unbeaten league-leading Clear Lake Lions also lead on offense and defense, while Algona is third in offense and fifth in defense so far. Iowa Falls, tied with Algona for second in the standings, is second in scoring and third on defense. Have your tractors, pickups and machinery cleaned and painted - expertly and economically! SHILTZ PAINT SHOP FORMER LOCATION OF BRONSON BUILDING No. of Jet. 18 & 169 — Algona, la. 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