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Celtics Cop GHS Grade School Crown The Algona Celtics, regular season champions, capped a great season with a 42-21 victory over St. Joe In the finals of the Garrigan Grade School Basketball Tournament here Saturday evening. * Third place went to Whittemore, which posted a 27-23 victory over St. Benedict in the consolation contest the same night Bob Lickteig and Mike Cooper led the Celtics, coached by Beanie Cooper, in scoring with 21 and 12 points, respectively, while Ronnie Reding counted 10 for St. Joe. A large crowd was on hand at the finale. Members of the Celtics, left photo, are, front row, left to right, Bob Lickteig, Gary Carman, Joe Zittritsch, Gary Erpelding, Mike Cooper, Tim Lucey, Tom Muller and Coach Beanie Cooper 20-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1968 Bears Sock Newman, Get Revenge For A Defeat Garrigan's Golden Bears avenged one of their two defeats this season with an easy 62-44 victory over Mason City Newman before a large crowd here Friday night. The win, 16th straight at home for Coach Steve McCall's charges, also upped the season mark to 12-2. Next game for the Bears is a meeting with Carroll Kuemper there this Saturday night. Garrigan downed Kuemper, 43-36, in the first round of the recent CYO Tournament here Jan. 21. Newman, 62-48 winner over the Bears in the second game of the season there Dec. 2, was never in this one, despite a flock of first- half fouls on the locals. Garrigan rushed the Knights with a frantic defense that limited the visitors to 44 shots all night. The defense also forced errors and set up 11 steals, all instrumental in the win. After an early 1-1 tie, and 3-2 Garrigan lead, it became apparent the Bears could just about select the final margin. MULLER HITS With big Jack Muller canning half the points, the locals roared to a 16-8 first quarter lead. Muller was also top board man, while John Winkel, whose scoring was off, led the theft corps. The rampage went on, and with just less than two minutes remaining in the half, Garrigan's lead had zoomed to 29-13. The visitors then hit seven points before the buzzer and Garrigan had a 29-20 edge after 16 minutes. Garrigan shooting really warmed during the second half onslaught - and in the first two minutes of the third period, the GHS bulge went to 34-20. Joe Kienast and Rich Wolf, Newman starters held scoreless during the first half, then led a slight surge that chopped the margin to 46-34 at the three-quarter mark. BIG LEADS The Bears led twice by 10 points early in the final stanza and it was 53-42 with four minutes remaining. Then Jim Walker, Mike Elbert and Kevin O'Brien led a rally that upped the margin to 62-42 before a final bucket by the losers. Muller wound up as the game's top scorer with 21 points. He fouled out late in the fray, but hit nine of 12 field goal attempts during the night. O'Brien counted 14 after being shut out through the first period and Dave McCarthy canned 10. Joe Wolf was the only Knight in double figures as he counted 12. Muller also topped Garrigan under the boards, nabbing 13 rebounds, while Steve Wingert came up with eight and O'Brien seven. Gary Luecht of the visitors was tops under the boards as he got 15 for Newman. Winkel came up with three steals for the winners, while Muller, O'Brien, McCarthy and Walker each got two. Garrigan held a 37-34 edge under the boards and an 11-3 margin in steals. Box Score: GARRIGAN (62) FG FT F Muller 9 3-5 5 O'Brien 4 6-11 2 McCarthy 4 2-64 Walker 3 0-2 3 Winkel 01-1 1 Wingert 30-02 Elbert 20-01 Kollasch 00-20 McGuire 00-10 25 12-28 18 NEWMAN (44) FG FT F Kienast 2 0-1 4 R. Wolf 20-04 Luecht 3 1-2 3 Faulken 3 1-3 2 Lonergan 4 1-2 3 Lloyd 00-1 0 J. Wolf 3 6-11 4 Mennen 0 1-1 0 Peterson 0 Q-Q l 17 10-21 21 Garrigan's sophomores picked up their llth straight win and ran their season mark to 11-1 with an easy 72-34 verdict in the curtain-raiser. Tom Froehlich canned 20 points and Denny Potthoff 16 for the charges of Coach Dick Walsh, MES.-THORNTON 51 AT COR.-WESLEY 41 Scoring: John Maw (C) 12, Gary Lutgen (M) 14. Meservey- Thornton is 6-3 in North Star. Corwith-Wesley is now 1-8. Corwith-Wesley trailed 25-19 at halftime. GIRLS: Meservey-Thornton 61, Corwith-Wesley 57. Scoring: Sherry Oxley (C) 27, Linda Sanburg (M) 28. Meservey-Thorn. ton led 36-31 at half. Back row, left to right, Steve Skilling, Mark Montag, Randy Buscher, Tim McGuire, Pat Cooper, Tim Cooper and Ronnie Eischen. St. Joe squad members are, front row, left to right, Coach Barney Thilges, Randy Berte, Alan Kohlhaas, Rbnald Reding, Harold Hofer, Darold Hofer, Ronnie Reding, Daniel Bormann and Maurice Reding. Back row, left to right, Paul Thilges, Donald Thul, James Thilges, Jerry Kayser, Daniel Reding, Robert Plathe, Karl Streit, Paul Gales, Dean Salz and Denis Bormann. St. Joe, down 12-8 at halftime, advanced to the finals with a comeback win over Whittemore, 27-16, while the Celtics zoomed to a 26-11 halftime bulge and dumped St. Benedict, 42-24, in semi-final action Thursday evening. (UDM Polaroid Flashfotos) Armstrong, Titonka split TITONKA -In State line Conference basketball action Friday night, the Armstrong girls nipped Titonka 59-56. In boys action, the Titonka Indians scored a 58-49 victory over Armstrong. Leading scorer for Titonka was Judy Akkerman with 27 points. Rod Isebrand led both boys teams In scoring with 19 points. TITONKA (56),(GIRLS) KG FT PF TP Akkerman 9 9 2 27 Cunningham 3 8 2 14 Hoover 1 2 2 21 Rlckless 5 1 1 11 Harms 0030 Sleper 0060 Sexton 0 02 0 TOTAL 18 20 18 56 TITONKA (58) (BOYS) Harms Kiley Isebrand, H. Heyer Ludwlg Isebrand, D. Rlckless Carlson Thacher Palmer TOTAL FG FT PF TP 3 0 6 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 7 8 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 16 2 1 5 19 14 14 30 21 6 0 1 0 1 0 58 Conference standings NORTH CENTRAL Clrar Lakf Algoiia Iowa Palls llumbnldt Webster City Kagle Grove Hampton Clarion III II I.IMHI K :i .'ii' ft I .lilHI .1 •, ..1IMI I 111 .n!il II III .(Hill NORTH STAR IBnyi) LnVerne . . •* Boone Valley II Mesertey-Thornlnn K Sheffield fi <;oldlif Id !i Vrntors » Kit m me 4 Knekwell-Swaledal* . .1 I'AI. .. 1 ( orwith-Wesle.v 1 Kanawha 0 NORTH STAR inirUl r.\t •• Mextrvey-Thornlon . t l.uverne « Itockwell-Swaledale . . * Sheffield * lloonti Valley 1 (inidfleld ". Hanawhs ". ( iirwith-Wf «lfT -. Ventura « STATE LINE (Boyn) Lcilyard in Thompson fl Seiilral X Unke 1 Laktita « RingMed •"> Swra C'lly .1 Lincoln • Central . 1 Hurl :( TlioiikH '! Armstrong 1 Woden-Crystal Lake II STATE LINE Hiirls) Wnilei|.< r.vslal Lake. « Srntral • ..." ArmMroMR K Titonka .i Lincoln Central ."> Lakota t Ringsled . . '•'• Thompson '! 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Comeback Gives Locals 20-17 Wrestling Victory Algona High's wrestling team registered a 20-17 verdict in a nip-and-tuck dual meet with Osage here Friday night-upping their season mark to 7-3. The locals posted six wins by decision and got a draw, while the visitors copped five decisions and the other half of the draw. Final dual meet of the season for Coach Champ Martin's squad is at Clear Lake this Wednesday night. The club will be out to win its third straight dual, then get ready for tournament action that follows shortly. A comeback got the locals the victory over Osage. An early 6-0 lead, coming on decisions by Gary Gade, 95, andRuss Bird, 103, dissolved as Osage grabbed wins in the 112,120 and 127 Ib. classes. Trailing 9-6, Lance Rutledge, 133, evened the count with a decision and Larry Taylor and Bruce Cast battled to a draw, making it 11-11. Then Osage won at 145 before a victory by Don Camp at 154 leveled the score at 14-14. Bruce Bennett, 165, and Steve Fitzpatrick, 180, then put the meet out of reach of Osage with victories before Osage nabbed the heavyweight go- around. Three of the matches on the card were decided by one point, while several others, despite larger margins, also proved very interesting to the large crowd present. Algona went undefeated through four duals on the home mat this season. Results — 95 - Gary Gade (A) decisoned Kim Heiden, 5-4. 103 - Russ Bird (A)decisioned Tracy Funk, 5-2. 112 - Ed Bennett (A) de- cisioned by Steve Funk, 6-0. 120-Rob Claude (A) de- cisioned by Ralph Grimm, 4-1. 127-Steve Claude (A) de- cisioned by Greg Brandav, 6-3. 133 - Lance Rutledge (A) de- cisioned Tom Loften, 3-2. 138-Larry Taylor (A) and Bruce Cast drew, 4-4. 145 - Steve Willrett (A) de cisioned by Jim Coonradt, 7-0. 154 - Don Camp (A)decisioned Brad Havig, 5-3. 165 - Bruce Bennett (A) de- cisioned Larry Kleckver, 5-0. 180 - Steve Fitzpatrick (A)de- cisioned Tom Gast, 2-0. Hwt. - Brad Farnliam (A) de- cisioned by John Olson, 1-0. Algona's Junior Varsity dropped a 19-17 decision to Osage in the opener, despite a fall by Tom Laing and decisions by Mike Putney, Wayne Taylor, Jerry Simpson and Eldon Meyer. Algona's junior high grapplers finished their season with a 3-2-1 dual meet record with a 73-3 victory over Emmetsburg here Friday afternoon. Rutledge completed his second straight undefeated season with a fall. Ten other locals posted falls during the session. AT LuVERNE lOS KLEMME 72 Scoring: Doug Nelson <L) 33 Mike Lemke (K) 23. LuVerne is 9-0 in North Star race. Klemme (4-5) trailed 45-27 at intermission. SOPHS: Klemme 59, Lu Verne 56. Butt Gives Swea City Tussle, But Loses, 82-80 BURT - Swea City rallied In the final quarter to score an 82-80 victory over Burt in Stateline Conference basketball Play. Burt led 42-31 at the end of the first half. Top scorer for Swea City was Jeff Newlln with 23 points. Randy Newlin added 17. Jim Riihnke scored 26 points for Burt with Wayne Lavrenii adding 23, SWEA CITY (82) FG FT Berg 4 4 Newlln, R. 8 1 Newlin, J. 9 5 Lofstrom 7 0 Reynolds 30 Jan.pn 20 I i.vi'lson 14 '• 1M 'VL 34 14 BURT (80) FG FT g»« 6 8 Mawdsley 14 Ruhnke n 4 Lavrenz 9 5 Llchter 3 5 Fries 00 TOTAL 30 20 PF TP 5 12 5 17 4 23 4 14 46 24 16 85 88 PF TP 5 14 6 26 23 4 1 4 3 11 30 80 80

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