The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 22, 1973 · Page 5
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10 the Hujnbaldt independent, Saturday, Dee: 22,1973 Win on last 2 duels 'Cats snap back for win Hampton and Humboldt seemed to be quite' evenly matched, Wednesday night, as the Bulldogs and Wildcats fought an even-steven dual meet. The Wildcats finally copped the North Central Conference victory, 24-16, on the strength of the two final matches. In junior varsity action, the Little 'Cats got back on the Winning trail, 28-24, also on the strength of the last two encounters. — After being down 12-3 and leading 16-12, Humboldt was deadlocked 16-all going into the 186 and Heavyweight matches by the visiting Bulldogs. Jack Dreyer faced Mike Kodemeyer in the 186-lb. struggle and the Wildcat fell behind 1-0 on a second period escape by Rodemeyer. However, Coach Joe Fitch's wrestler came up with a third period reversal to win the match 2-1 and set the team score at 18-15. A Hampton win at Heavyweight could have deadlocked the meet, or won with a pin, but Dan Grause easily handled the visitors' Pat Dillon, pinning his shoulders to the mat in 1:30 to assure the Wildcat victory. That was the lone pin for either team in the meet. The dual was even all the way through as both sides jockeyed for a lead with Hampton jumping into a 12-3 edge early in the meet. However, the Wildcats steadily caught up to the opposition before taking the final two matches for the win. Mike Loftus showed one of his finer performances of the season at 98, despite a 3-2 loss at the hands of Hampton's Paul Kruse. Loftus took an early lead with a first period takedown but Kruse came up with a time advantage and reversal in the second to take the lead. The tw.o plucky sophomores wrestled evenly in the last period and Kruse took home the win. Mike Colwell knotted the team score at 3-3 with a 9-3 decision over Rick Hanson at 105. Colwell led off with a first period takedown followed by a reversal and three-point near fall in the second. A reversal in the third period gave the Wildcat his margin of victory. Hanson scored an escape in the first and a -reversal in the third for his three points. The Bulldogs recaptured the team lead as 112-pounder Doug Hanson beat Kevin Ooodell, 2-0 on a second period reversal. The visitors increased the lead as Dick Perez stopped Dick Seller, ,8-1, at 119. Perez scored on 'two two-point nearfalls, a takedown and reversal and held Seiler to only a second period escape for the win. Hampton increased its lead to 12-3 as Jeff Marquard beat 126-lb. John Carver, 7-0, by scoring two takedowns, a nearfall and escape. The 'Cats started to roll again at 132 where Mike Conlon took a 4-1 decision from Bob Cooney. Conlon scored on a takedown and reversal for the win while holding Cooney to a second period escape. Both wrestlers received stall warnings in the last period of the match. The Hampton lead decreased another three, to 12-9, as Tom Reimers won a 4-0 138 decision from Glen Burmes- ters. Reimers scored his four points in the last period on a reversal and nearfall to take the win. Kirk Hanson knotted the socre for the first time at 12-all with a 9-2 win at 145 over Steve Loebig. Hanson scored a reversal, two nearfalls and a takedown for the win. Humboldt's Rick Post boosted the 'Cats into a 15-12 lead by beating his 155-lb. opponent Kurt Tapps, 4-2. Post scored first with a takedown in the opening period and was tied 2-2 by Tapps on a second period reversal. Post took the win later in that period with his own reversal. Veteran wrestler John Boelkes tied it up again for the 'Dogs as he beat Jim Dreyer, 8-5, at 167. Boelkes . scored on three- takedowns and two escapes for his victory. Dreyer scored on an escape, takedown and reversal for his points. Then came the final two Wildcat victories which cap- tured the team win. Next action for Fitch's Wildcats comes Jan. 4 at St. Edmond, Fort Dodge, in non-conference grappling. VAttSITV STATISTICS Humboldt 24 Hampton 15 98—Paul Kruse, Ham., dec. Mike Loftus, 3-2, 0-3. 105-Mike Colwell, H., dec. Rick Hanson, 9-3, 3-3. 112—Doug Hanson, Ham., dec. Kevin Goodell, 2-0, 3-6. 119—Dick Perez, Ham., dec. Dick Seller, 8-1, 3-9. 126—Jeff Marquard, Ham., dec. John Carver, 7-0, 3-12. 132—Mike Conlon, H., dec. Bob Cooney, 4-1, 6-12. 138—Tom Reimers, H., dec. Glen Burmester, 4-0, 9-12. 146-Kifk Hanson, H., dec. Steve Loe%, 9-2, 12-12. 165—Rick Post, H., dec. Kurt Tapps, 4-2, 15-12. 167—John Boelkes, Ham., dec. Jim Dreyer, 8-5, 16-16. 185-4ack Dreyer, H., dec. Mike Rodemeyer, 2-1, 18-15. HWT-Dan Grause, H., pinned Pat Dillon, 1:30, 24-16. JUNIOR VARSITY STATISTICS Humboldt 28 Hampton 24 98—RUss Seiler, H., dec. Brett Peyton, 4-2, 3-0. 106-rJoel Orr, Ham., dec. Gary Tull, 6-4, 3-3. 112-Mike Dixon, Ham., pinned Don Steuve, 2:10, 3-9. 119—Dean Wirtjes, Ham., pinned Steve Sandvig, 1:45, 3-15. 126-Brett Hafklau ( H., dec. Mark Wilkinson, 6-4, 6-15. 132—Rick Johanson, Ham., dec. Brian Christensbn, 2-1, 6-18. 138—Rod Harklau, H., sup. dec., Dave Bibler, 10-6,10-18. 146—Tony Forage, H., dec. Les Henderson, 12-4, 1348. 166-Jeff McCubbin, H., dec. Stacy Van Blair, 1-0, 16-18. 167—Calvin Carriger, Ham., pinned Kevin Urbatch, 1:40, 16-24. 185—Don Tripp, H., pinned Bruce Symens, 4:46, 22-24. HWT—Bruce Eastman, H., by forfeit, 28-24. Lionettes take loss Lions stay perfect LU VERNE-Lu Verne split a pair of games with Corwith-Wesley, Tuesday evening, as the undefeated Lions won their encounter, 79-54, but the Lionettes were defeated, 80-65. Terry Froehlich led the Lions in keeping their record intact, and all scorers, with 26 points coming on 10 from the field and six of seven from the line before fouling out. Brother Dan Froehlich was next with 10 baskets and three of four from the line for 23. Jeff Hanson was the only other Lion to hit double figures with 15. Mark Heard led the losers with 18 followed by Paul Rasmussen's 17 and 13 by Duane Weiden. Lu Verne took a first quarter lead of 15-14 and stood on top 36-34 «t the half. The third quarter was the big one as they increased the lead to 62-44 before taking the 79-64 win. Terry Froehlich also led the rebounds with 19 while Dan had 10. Coach Sam Tvrdik commended the forwards for their well-balanced attack. The Lionettes didn't fare as well as the C-W girls, led by Nancy Hamilton's 45 points, won an 80-65 decision. Becky Hefty led the Lu Verne girls with 12 baskets and two of three from the line for 26 points as the Lionettes hit 25 of 55 from the field for 45 per cent. Denise Kiley added 21 points on seven baskets and seven charity tosses while Sandy Nelson tallied 17. Deb Wolf led the guard court with 10 rebounds while Laurie Hefty grabbed eight and Becky Hefty grabbed seven in the forward court. Lu Verne hosted Sheffield- Chapin, Friday night, and both-boys teams in the match were undefeated going into Friday night's game. BOXSCORES Lu Verne 79 FG FT F TP T. Froehlich.. 10 6-7 5 26 D. Froehlich.. 10 3-4 3 23 Hansen 5 5-7 3 15 Petersen 30-1 26 Nielsen.' 12-2 14 Stripling 11-4 23 Vaudt 10-0 02 TOTALS.. 31 17-25 16 79 CW64 Heard Rasmussen. Weiden 5 Sorenson.... 4 DwightW.... 2 Tindell 2 FG FT 7 4-7 6 5-8 3-5 0-2 0-0 0-0 F TP 18 17 13 8 4 1 4 TOTALS.. 26 12-22 18 64 Score by Quarters Lu Verne 15 36 62 79 Corwith-Wesley . 14 34 44 64 Lu Verne 65 FG FT F TP B. Hefty 12 2-3 2 26 D. Kiley 7 741 0 21 Nelson 6 5-8 2 17 Wilhelm 0 1-30 1 Marty 00-0 40 Wolf. 0 0-0 2 0 L. Hefty 0 0-0. 2 0 Gjerstad . 00-0 10 TOTALS.. 25 15-25 13 65 CW80 FG FT F TP Hamilton.... 19 7-8 0 45 Deward 9 1-4 1 19 Reibsamen... 8 0-0 214 Bassett 10-0 02 Weiland 00-0 50 K. Shipman.. 00-0 30 S.Shipman... 00-0 50 Ricke 00-0 10 Sloan 00-0 10 TOTALS.. 36 842 21 80 Score by Quarters Lu Verne....". ..22 35 51 65 Corwith-Wesley .20 40 59 80 Mnnson leaps Rockets for grappling victory WfJdCfffSpfff/Uffifef BOt6(1 GILMORE CITY - The Manson wrestlers overwhelmed Gilmore City-Bradgate, Tuesday night, as the MHS crew rolled a 61-3 victory, here. Ron Merchant took the only victory for the Rockets as he decisioned Bill Haupts, 11-4, at 126. Marchant was also picked as wrestler of the week. Two Rocket regulars were out with injuries as brothers Russ and Rich Jergens were unable to compete. Russ, the 105-pounder, is suffering from a pulled muscle while Rich has a bad elbow keeping him from competing at 112. The Manson JV also took a victory, 42-21. The Rockets host Laurens, Jan. 2, in their next Twin Lakes Conference action. STATISTICS Gilmore City 3 Manson 61 Junior high teams lose at pinned Joel Paulson, :34, 6-0. 105—Mike Gleason, M., dec. Rick Day, 10-0, 10-0. 112—Jeff Markert, M., pinned Dana Lanning, 1:03, 16-0. 119—Len Markert, M., pinned Dale Benjamin, 2:22, 22-0. 126—Ron Marchant, GC., dec. Bill Haupts, 11-4, 22-3. 132—Doug Hough, M., pinned Brian Jennings, 3:22, 28-3. 138—Scott Becker, M., pinned Bill Boeckholt, 3:57, 34-3. 145—John Aden, M., pinned Pat Dunn, 1:50, 40-3. 155—Marlon Btrkey, M., pinned Dave Meyers, :43, 46-3. 167—Bob Lines, M., dec. Ron Stein, 2-0, 49-3. 185—Randy Wolter, M., by forfeit, 49-3. HWT—Jim Grissen, M., by forfeit, 61-3. 98—Bruce Anderson, M., Iowa Falls cfose, 75-68 The Humboldt Wildcats extended undefeated Iowa Falls Tuesday night on the road before bowing to the North Central Conference leaders 75-68. Fresh from their 64-62 win over powerful Eagle Grove, the Wildcats shoot off a 11 point first quarter deficit and trailed by one point with three minutes left in the first half. Following the game, Coach John Westphal of the Wildcats rated the Iowa Falls team on a par with the Algona and Clear Lake state tournament teams of recent years. "We played real well," said Westphal. "Terry Brownfield did an excellent job approach- ing the full court press. The defensive play of Gene Crist was also outstanding. It was an ideal game for the spectators ... well played. We had only seven turnovers and Iowa Falls had nine." Humboldt hit 27 of 64 from the field for 42 per cent. Iowa Falls was just one field goal and one percentage point better on 28 of 66. At the free throw line Humboldt went 14 for 42 while Iowa Falls picked up additional points on 19 for 25. Eagle Grove The Webster City ninth grade basketball team pulled away in the final period to defeat Humboidi 52-45 at Web.ster City Monday. Hurn- boldt had leads of fc-5 at the end of the first period and 34-33 at the start of tne final period. Jirn Lilly led the Humboldt eighth graders with 21 points. Others scoring were MiXe Borland 1, John Binger 6, Mickey Greene 3, Greg Barmore 2, Rick Lee 4, Tim Giddings 4, and Jim Pitman 2. Humboldt committed over 30 fouls and scored 16 field goals and 13 free throws. The nexT game wiTl be Jan. 8 at South Fort Dodge Junior High School. The Humboldt eighth grade lost a 41-36 decision to Webster City. After trailing most of the game, Humboldt rallied to within three points late in the game but could come no closer. Terry Christensen led Humboldt with 10 points. Other* scoring were Dennis Blanchard, 7, Bandy Allen 7, Greg Thorson 7, Steve Anderson 2, and Terry Thompson 2. ] Peace on Earth * It is with a deep • • '/ .' A feeling of gratitude • /]' • ^^ that we greet you this Happy Season. Schuster & Co. Inc. Div. of R.A.M., Inc. Highway 169 North Humboldt, Iowa CLOSING NOTICE! Holiday Closing Will Be as Follows: Service, parts, bookkeeping departments Will Be Closed Mon.-Tues., Dec. 24-25 and Mon.-Tues., Dec. 31-Jan. 1 New and used car sales department will be open from 9 A.M. till 4 P.M. Monday, Dec. 24, and again on Monday, Dec. 31. Our entire garage will be open all day Saturday, Dec. 22; Saturday, Dec. 29, and Saturday, Jan. 5, to handle your auto sales and service needs. Garrison Ford, Inc. Highway 169, 332-1582, Humboldt Our very best wishes for a joyous Holiday Season to all. field gMlS afttfl Wo fof twtt at the free throw line, tiwwt Falls was sifting on the irtJards, and held & 52-29 edge; in rebounding;. The Wildcats played at St. Edmond Friday night, his free throws in the fifst half, ferry Bfownffeld nit nine times ff om the field, fouf in the first half and five in the second. Also in double figures fat "the Wildcats was Gene Crist with 12 points on five GiMeStitlBttes Hufflboldt68 FG FT F ft* Beebe 3 1-26 7 Borland 1 ' M 43 Newell 6 10-3 3 20 Crist 6 2-2 4 12 Bf ojsonfleld . . Bingef....... Nielsen..... Totals...... S tow*. Falls 75 fitftfSBuehier Miller ...... White Brass Craig Cough Nolan Beer Taylor ...... Lewer Totals ' t 9 0 4 ff y 8 6 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 !8 0-6 0-0 64 M * jj) i 14"o i porr 4-0 2-1 3-1 3-1 2-1 3-6. 2-0 6-6 04 0-1 10-25 2 18 0 6 4 8 22 6$ rfp a. ~f~H 3 18 4 18 4 13 3 11 0 4 1 6 0 6 0 0 1 0 4 6 26 76 ghlh-^KHArtUjjl** Score by Periods Humboldt... 17 39 61 68 loWaFalls... 24 43 67 76 ur Lines . bin JettFfiesth^nonaPj Rile won on a frfnl S ?M an P d Dave Stbckdjl* won 6-3. Ninth-ftiek Heltlf won 6-0; Rustler lost f-O; Gary Tull won ?-°i °»J Steuve won 6-0; . SWJ Sandvig lost by pins Matt Schultz lost by pn; »« Pour age lost 7-0; Jeff McCubbin loft 6-3; pf.KJ won 6-0 and Kevin Urbatch lost 4-2. 4Mve results off HJHS wrestling Lu Verne Humboldt junior high wrestlers competed against South Fort Dodge and Webster City within the past week. N6 team scores were given in the two meets. In the South Fort Dodge dual, the results were: Seventh—Dana Robinson drew; Channing Greene won 3-1; Scott Goodell lost 2-0; Denny McCubbin won 6-1; Dave Monaghan lost 2-0; Roger Conlon lost 6-2; Bob Northup lost 4-0; Jim Duffy lost 4-1; Keel Zinnel lost on a pin; Gary Gronbach won on a pin; Bruce Reimers won on a pin. Eighth—Jeff Davis won 1-0; Jeff Harklau lost 3-0; Curt Sorenson won 6-0; Mark Edge lost 7-4; Lauren Lines won 4-1; Scott Slaikeu drew: Jeff Friesth lost on a pin; Dennis Goodell lost 4-2. Ninth—Rick Heiter lost on a pin; Russ Seiler won 3-2; Gary Tull lost 7-2; Don Steuve won 3-2; Steve Sandvig won 4-0 Matt Schultz won 7-4; Brett Harklau drew; Dan Forage lost on a pin; Jeff McCubbin won on a pin; Frosty Greene lost 7-3; Kevin Urbatch lost on a pin. The Webster City results were: Seventh—Dana Robinson won 6-2; Channing Greene won on a pin; Steve Schultz won 4-0; Daryl Long won on a pin; Scott Goodell won 7-0; Dennis McCubbin won on a pin; Trent Wright lost 4-2; Dave Monaghan won 7-0; Dale Childress lost 2-0; Bob Northup lost 12-0; John Grause lost 3-0; Jim Duffy won 5-0; Keel Zinnel lost 5-1; Gary Gronbach won on a pin; Bruce Jensen lost 9-0; BruCe Reimers won on a pin. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lindebak had as guests Monday, her sister, Mr. and Mrs. 'Bill <!Junkman, Mason .City. "We were beaten by a very fine, ball club," Westphal said, "but we almost got the job done." Top scorer for the Wildcats was Tom Newell with 20 points on five field goals and 10 free throws. Newel hit all Come join the fun at our New Year's Eve Party Dec. 31st 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. $ 8 a couple includes food and beverages Tickets must be purchased in advance Jim & Kay's Bode * Jim & Kay Schuneman Just received a new shipment Shrink Art Jorgensen Hobbycraft Hotel Big. Humboldt Phone 332-4431 Save for Christmas Schedule of Savings Plans Passbook Savings 3-Month Savings Certificate 12-Month Savings Certificate 24-Month Savings Certificate 36-Month Savings Certificate ANNUAL RATE 5'/4% 5%% 6'/4% 6Vz% 6%% MINIMUM DEPOSIT $ 1.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 »1,000.00 $1,000.00 EFFECTIVE ANNUAL RATE 5.39% 5.875% 6.398% 6.660% 6.920% Interest on Passbook Savings is compounded daily from date of deposit to date of withdrawal. On Certificates it is compounded quarterly. All Certificates are automatically renewable. Interest checks are mailed monthly if requested on Certificates of $10,000 or more. Safety of your savings is insured up to $20,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawals. INSURED SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 611 FIRST AVENUE NORTH HUMBOLDT, IOWA 50548 Phon. 515 332-1840

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