The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1962 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 30, 1962
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•-?- Are Diocesan Champs; Run Win String To 6 Straight Schettler 3 Buxton s Schwartzkopf 5 Wilberding 6 Montering , i 2-4 1-3 1-4 1-3 0-1 Joy reigned supreme in the Garrigan gym when this photo was snapped late Saturday night after the Golden Bears had won the Sioux City Diocesan class A basketball title with a 62-56 victory over Breda St. Bernard's. The Bears ran their season record to 9-4 with their sixth straight victory. . Coach Leon Vann, members of the squad and managers posed for the above picture after receiving a trophy emblematic of their prowess Snown, in front, left to right, are Ed Reilly. manager, Tony Bradley Steve Smith, Bob Schneider, Mike Smith, Tom Hudspeth and Mike Reilly, Manager. In back, left to right, Steve Studer, Mike Cink John pni P V C ° a / C ^ , Va r nn> Bob Goecke ' L y J ? Loebach, LeRoy Heinen and Bill Rahm. (Nels Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving) Garrigan's Golden Bears fough off the challenge of Breda St. Ber nard's and won the 33rd annua Sioux City Diocesan Basketbal Tournament class A championshi with a thrilling 62-56 victory in th Garrigan gym before a standin room only crowd Sunday night. Alton St. Mary's grabbed th class B crown with a 67-46 victorj over Fonda OLGC Sunday after noon. Ashtbn St. Joe took third : i trie meet with a 57-47 win ove korm Lake St. Mary's, coached by John Murray, former Bancrof wan, and Ft. Dodge St. Edmonc won third in the class A meet with a 76-70 victory over LeMars Gehlen in the curtain-raiser Sunday evening. The Bears will entertain Austin Pacelli in their next outing here Sunday afternoon. The game was scheduled recently. The fresh-soph contest will begin at 1 p.m., followed by the varsity fray. Coach Leon Vann's team, which now has a 9-4 season mark, has won six in a row. The Garrigan-Breda contest was touch-and-go all the way. The Hears took a slim lead at the out- sst, then managed to take a 14-11. edge at the end of the first perioc after the Bobcats had knotted the count at 10-10. Bob Goecke nipped in 10 of Garrigan's points. Garrigan managed to hold the upper hand by two points until mid way through the second stanza Breda's Buxton, probably the top center in the meet, and Wilberdini then combined to flip in the point that gave the visitors a 2'J-25 half time edge. With Mike Cink and Goecke show ing the way, the Bears crept int( u 39-38 lead with a minute to gc in the third period, but Breda cam< back and held the upper hand, 44-4 with eight minutes left. Garrigan took a 48-44 lead earl in the final quarter, only to havi Breda tic the count at 52-52 am again at 54-54. Bob Schneider, whi played an important role as a re serve for the Bears, then turnec the tide when he plunked in a shor field goal to make it 56-54. He stole the ball at midcourt after Breda took the ball in bounds, dribblec in and counted a lay-up that vir tually closed the door on Breda Steve Studer put the icing on thi cake when he canned a two-point er to give the Bears a six-poin cushion. Goecke topped the Bears in scor ing and rebounds. He wound up with 20 points and 17 rebounds Cink got 17 points and Lyle Loe bach, who went scoreless through the first half, got 10 points for the night. Buxton of the Bobcats counted 17 points and hogged the rebounding chores for his team. Wilberding finished with 13 points and Schwartzkopf got 11. Box score: Garrigaa (62) FG FT F Goecke 10 o-i 5 S. Smith 0 1-1 l Loebach 4 2-3 0 Ciiik 8 1-3 l Fandel 3 1-4 3 Schneider 2 1-2 3 Studer I 0-2 2 Hrette (5«) Suyder 28 6-16 FG FT .2 1-3 25 6-18 13 The Bears got to the finals with 68-66-victory over St. Edmond The locals led ^4-&f$i%9jand 53-46 at the quarter buzzers, then had to hold on for dear life to take the win. • • * Cink slammed in 24 points, Fandel 13 and Loebach 10, while Hanard got 20 and Fitzgerald 19 for 3t. Edmond. A total of 45 fouls vere called in the contest and ioebach and Goecke of the Bears ouled out. * * * SUNDAY SUMMARY 4—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 30, 1962 TlC^ KOSSUTH COUNTY ^ [SPORTS Burt Teams Take Two From Ringsted, Jan. 23 Wrestlers face Ft. Dodge And Osage Next Algona's wrestling team, whioh faces its toughest competition of the entire season this week, hdd no trouble at all posting a 36-5 win over Nora Springs here Saturday night. The victory gave Co$eh Champ Martin's outfit a 6-3-1 dual meet record for the year. The locals will travel to Fort Dodge for a meet tonight, then host Osage, one of the top teams in the state, here Friday night. The Dodgers have posted a fine record this year, and Osage has not lost to anyone in northeast Iowa.' Osage downed Britt, 31-D, and Clarion, 34-12, in meets against teams from this vicinity. Included among the top Osage grapplers are Bruce Haugen, 103, Fourth in the state last year, Jim Lundberg, 112, fourth in the state two years ago, Gary Kuper, 120, Ron Barker, 127, Dick Wilkes, 145, Jim Woolm, 165, and John Dieter- chs, heavyweight, all with impressive records this season. Coach Martin didn't plan to usfc B-team grapplers against Nora Springs, but was forced to in some ases. He had four regulars, Bob Patton, Terry Brandow, Jim Kain nd Jim Pingel, the latter with a bad knee, the others with the flu, unavailable for the meet — but the B-team boys did all right. The only points Nora Springs could get came on a forfeit in the 95 Ib. class. Algona won every other match. Here are the results: 95 — Algona lost, forfeit. 103 — Kent Immerfall (A) threw Brollier, 1:12. Win End, But Boys Lose Friday Hurt and Luieoln-Gentfalf split 1 ' a pair <rf non-conferenee games Friday- at Graver. ,„• , in the -opener the hot-runniite Burt girls continued theif. upsurge with a B2-4S win. P% Long led the winners with 36, big points with Judy Abbas adding 14. t • Nancy Graves led Lincoln-Central with 23 and Shirley Larfe'y added 10. ft Bill Hunt and Jim Jesseft sparked .Lincoln-Central 'to the ,win In the finale, 43-42. Hunt hit 19 points With Jessen getting 16. Three, Burt cagers hit in double figured with Keith Mitchell getting 13 arid Dennis Meister and Jerry Kissner ad' ding 12 each. Burt swept a pair of State Line, gamesaTuesday, Jan. 23, ^at fButt | from Ringsted. The girls won'the I opener 50-14 with the boys adding the finale 56-45. The Burt girls kept up the pace n the first game as they used >alanced scoring to full advantage. Judy Abbas led all scorers with | 8 points with Pat Long adding 14 1*4 Alton, one of the finest teams in he entire meet, rolled to a 36-23 halftime lead over Fonda and had ittle trouble taking the class B crown. The winners had a 53-36 ead at the three-quarter mark, ichneider tossed in 29 points and Murphy 25 for Alton, while Strauss got 22 and Neppl 16 for Fonda. In the class B consolation fray, Ashton used a hot fourth quarter and fine last-half defense to dump Storm Lake. The losers held the upper hand, 31-29 at halftime, then led, 40-39, at the three-quarter mark, only to fall to a torrid last- minute attack. Niichel got 21 points and Heiman IB for the winners, while Steinkamp got 12 and Meu- sey 10 for Storm Lake. The St. Edmond-Gehlen game was cozy most of the way. The class A consolation contest wasn't settled until the last couple of minutes of play despite the fact St. Edmond carried a 58-46 lead into the final quarter. Tracy got 18 points, Fitzgerald 14, Collins U and Anderson 10 for the winners, while Wiltgen got 28, Newbrand 20 and Sitzman 10 for Gehlen. Trophies were awarded to all teams, first through fourth place, following the Garrigan victory. "Wilted Stilt" Will Appear In Lakota Game Lakota — A benefit basketball game is being planned for Wednesday, Feb. 7, at the Lakota gym. The game will be between two teams of some of the older m of the community. Featured player will be "Wilted Stilt". Money raised from this basket- jail game will be put in the ath- etic fund of the school. It will help )ay for the trips of the basketball earns to the state tournaments and it is also hoped to buy new aseball uniforms in the spring. Officials will be Jake Peterson and tay Hertzke. and Pat Hoover 8. Mary Lu Peter- Son led Ringsted with 12. • The Bears evened their conference mark at 5-5 with the nightcap win. Three Burt players were in double figures with Jerry Kissner getting 13, Dennis Meister 11 and Keith Mitchell 12. Ron Reed topped all scorers with 22 points in leading the Danes. Ringsted boys (45) FG FT F Christiansen i 2 2 Reidel i o 5 Anderson i o 0 Reed 7 a 4 Kramer 2 1 5 Knapp, R i 2 4 Knapp, D 3 0 3 Burt boys (56) 16 13 FG FT Meister, D 3 Kissner 3 Mitchell 4 Hilton 2 Gifford 3 Meister, E o Willrett, D o Zwiefel, B i 16 24 21 Uiiigstcd girls (24) FG FT F Nelson 3 4 2 Dallam i o Q Glassnap i o 2 Jensen .'.o 0 0 Petersen 3 g 1 Sorenson Q 0 3 Hanson o o 2 Meade Q 0 2 Kimmit o 0 l SHOT Seventh grader, Dennis Linster Odebolt was shot in the face ecently while hunting. Surgery vas needed to remove 5 or 6 pel- ets from his face. The shot raised his eye by only one eighth of iucli. Burt girls (50) 7 10 13 FG FT F 6 2 1 Abbas jj 2 3 Hoover 4 Q Mitchell, Ja .^3 Q 0 Cunningham o o 2 Dreyer '.'Q o 3 Ackerman o 0 3 Schwietert "i 2 l Lovstad o 0 0 McDonald o 0 5 Mitchell, Ju .0 o 2 Lakota Wins Cage Double At Thompson Lakota's girls clinched at least a tie for the State Line championship Tuesday, Jan. 23, and the boys took over sole possession of first in their race in, wins over Thompson, there. In the opener the Lakota girls pushed to their eighth straight league win 65-41 behind the 29- point shooting of Marilyn Rippentrop. They need one win in their remaining two games for a clear cut title. Pat Tjaden added 18 points and Carmen Cook 8 for the winners. Shirley Hauan led Thompson with 28 points. Charold Barrett scored 31 points in the finale to lead Lakota boys to an 80-50 win. The victory gives Lakota a 9-1 league mark with Ledyard dropping to second with an 8-2 record after its Tuesday loss to Rake. Three other Eagles hit in double figures as the winners rolled to a ,'59-21 halftime lead. Kent Gerzerna added 13, Jim Rose 12 and Clare Bhrrett 11 for Lakota. Ron Lovick led the Cubs with ly and Danger added 12. DOUR Lakota girls (65) Cook Rippentrop ' j^ Tjaden [ 7 Cordes Q Eichhorn Q Becker, D '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." o Siemens ;j Anderson \ Becker, B o FG KT .1 G , 12 5 ..7 4 ..0 0 .0 0 .0 0 0 0 2 0 o 1 22 6 22 Burt Cage Teqms Pump Ringsted Burt chalked up a pair of bas- tetball victories over Ringsted Tuesday night, Jan. 23. The girls NOR the curtain-raiser, 50-24, and the boys took the finale, 56-45. Judy Abbas got 18 points -and 'at Long 14 for Burt, while Lu Petersen counted 12 poiuU I.akotu boys (80) Barrett, Cl Gerzema Rose Geilenfeldl Barrett, Ch. ...'.'. Sunde Becker ." Cushman Thompson '.'. Rippenlrop 24 17 F(i FT .13 ..1 ..1 ..0 ..1 JO 33 14 21 Wesley _ Harold price submit- 112 — Denny Miller (A) decis- ioned Treloar, 2-0. 120 — Don Hutchison (A) decis- ioned Sours, 3-2. 127 - Dave Skogstrom (A) de- cisioned Paine, 3-0. 133 - Elmer Alt (A) decisioned Lunde, 7-0. 138 — Larry Stratton (A) de- cisioned Seward, 6-0. 145 — Bob Ellefson (A) threw Fingalson, 1:38. 154 — Paul Smith (A- decisioned Gregoff, 7-0. 165 — Tom Burtis (A) decision- ed Manning, 6-4. Hwt. — Bill Specht (A) threw Hinrichsen, 1:26. * * * 20-20 With Mankato ' The Bulldogs gave away the usual five points on a forfeit in the 95 Ib. class, then came back to register a 20-20 tie in' a dual meet at Mankato Tuesday night Jan. 23. The tie gave the locals a 5-3-1 season mark so far. Tim Vipond got five big points for the Bulldogs when he registered a fall in 4:38 in the 133 Ib. match. Algona got the rest of its points on decisions by Denny Mil-. ler, 112, Don Hutchison, 120, Bob Patton, 138, Mike Kain, 145, and Jim Pingel, 175. Kain's win kept him unbeaten for the year. Bob Ellefson dropped a 9-4 decision at 154 Ibs., his first loss of the season. Mankato also won the B-team meet, taking a 37-13 decision that was set up by 25 points on forfeits. Elmer Alt, Gary Graham and Paul Smith got decisions for the little Bulldogs, while Bill Baker and Larry Stratton managed draws. Armstrong In Win And Loss Over Sentral Armstrong's boys beat Sentral 58-49 after the Sentral girls had nosed out the Tigerettes 56-53 at Armstrong, last Tuesday. The Tigers evened their conference mark at 5-5 and are now poised just a half game out of fourth place after the victory. Rick Holm and Steve Reding led the win. Holm scored 17 points while Reding controlled the boards for the Tigers and added 11 points. Sentral failed to get a player in double figures with Lynn Bierstedt getting nine points. The Sentral girls clung on to a slim hope of catching Lakota in the other conference race as they hung on in the waning seconds for the win. Armstrong had hejd a two point lead with less than two minutes to play before the Satellites took the lead for the final time. Beverly Wehrspa,n led all scorers as she hit 33 points for Sentral. Linda Ramus added 17. Armstrong was led by Paula. Gaarde's 27 Erickspn adding 12 and Judy Tbeesfield }L Mrs. Lindhorst Cops 2 Titles, KeglingMeef Lavon Lindhorst copped the singles and all events titles during the recent Woman's City Bowling Tournament held at Algona Lanes and Hawkeye Lanes here. Mrs Lindhorst received trophies arid first prize money in the two events on her 611 singles total and 1712 all events count. The East End Grocery team grabbed the team championship in the handicap meet with a 2843 total. Modernistic Beauty Shop was second with 2768, Olson's Variety third, 2729, Fareway Store fourth, 2699, and Hawkeye Lanes fifth, 2698. A total of 23 teams competed and top single line was posted by Jackie Kelley, a 213. Dorothy Kraft and Irma Dee Cook won the doubles crown with an 1124 total. Second went to Ruth Meelhause and Pet Teeter, 1118, third to Florence Ashton and Frances Wiese, 1070, fourth to Betty Hagg and Betty Frieberg, 1063, and fifth to Lael Pettit and Marilyn Wehrspan, 1061. There were 21 doubles entries. Finishing second to Mrs Lindhorst in the singles was Betty Frieberg with a 577 total. Then came Ruth Meelhause 566, Kay Voigt 566, LaVonne Pittman 565, Pat Taylor 564, June Winker 562, Hallie Davidson 560, Vera Erpelding 552 and Jackie Laing 541. A total of 42 women competed for the singles title; Ruth Meelhause was second in all events with 1675. In third was LaVonne Pittman 1646, then Pat Schuller, fourth, 1638, Irma Dee Cook, fifth, 1631, Kay Voigh, sixth, 1616, Jackie Laing, seventh, 1612, Irene Slobe, eighth, 1604, Vera Erpelding, ninth, 1601, and Lael Pettit, tenth, 1598. Trophies went to the members of the winning team and all other first place finishers. Total prize money awarded amounted to $99,80 Rake In 55-52 Ledyard Upset Rake upset Ledyard 55-52, last Tuesday at Rake, and knocked th/em put of a first place tie in the State Line conference. jerry Payiw led tfte Ledyard Panthers with }9 points with Greea aext with eight. Sentral Goes Down, 63-50, Before Trojans Swea City defeated Sentral Friday at Sentral's gym, to win a 6350 decision in State Line play. The Trojans held a 26-21 first half lead and steadily upped the count from there. Roger Conway led the winners with 17 points with Larry Claussen and Keith Waterbury adding 10 each. Sentral was topped by Lynn Biersted with 24 points with Wayne Elmers chipping in with 10. Swea City (63) fg Grabjanowski 4 Claussen 2 Conway 5 Hubbard 3 Waterbury, G 2 Olson 1 Waterbury, K 2 Simonsmeier o ft 0 6 7 0 2 3 6 1 pf 4 5 1 5 4 l 2 2 19 25 24 63 Sentral (50) fg ft pf (p Bierstedt, L .......... 9 6 1 24 Stucki ................ o 0 5 0 Eimers .............. 2 6 5 10 Berkland ............. 2 3 5 6 Bierstedt, G ......... 1 0 2 2 Geitzenauer .......... 2 0 5 4 Nelson ............... l o 4 2 Howe ................ i 012 18 14 28 50 LuVerne Girls Win Tourney The LuVwne girls and Sheffield boys won North Star Conference tournament crowns at LaMmer Saturday night. . LuVerne defeated Dows 65-49 af- » , MaefaeU Mgass led LuVerne wltjj 48 points end Andrea geh/oeder scored 29 for Dows. Lakpta moved one step closer tff4he' State Line, title Friday with a.6*3-51 win over-flake 'at Lakata,' ;The Eaglel, with a 16-; league record.-Heed one win to clltidH a tie aftd could wrap it up next Fri- day'night when they face second place Ledyirdi • , .-.Clare Barrett paced the'winners with 18 'points with Charold Barrett adding 14 and Jjlm Rose .11'. Bennett Quamme and Bob Nelson led Rake with 15 points apiece. Rake Boys (61) ig ft pf i Quatame : 7 1 4 Nelson , 7 1 .2 Benn ,-. 1 3 5 Kallestad 4 2 4 Haugen / l o 2 flove i o 0 Smith i 0' 3 22 7 20 51 Lakota Boys (63) fg ft )tf tp Barrett, Cl. ,< 9 o 3 18 Qerzema .1 3 2 2 8 Rose ; 3 5 2 11 Barrett, CIl. ......v..5 4 3 14 Gcilenfeldt .'...;.....! 3 4 5 Sunde /.......2 00 4 Becker ...............o 11 l Cushman ...........,o 2 2 2 23 17 17 63 Lakota Wins Pair Of Games Lakota — Lakota grabbed a pair of State Line Conference basketball wins from Thompson Jan. 23 at Thompson. 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