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Grimes, Erhart win-- The I'ioncpr, Hcmidjt, Minnesota Sunday, February 13,1977 M Qorhead wrestlers score 42-15 victory over Jacks DISTRICT 29 CLASS A BASKETBALL TOURNAM.ENT ( A l l games at Bcmldjl State) ByJIMCARRINGTON The Moorhead Spuds rang down the curtain on the B e m i d j i L u m b e r j a c k s wrestling season Friday night, scoring a 42-15 victory at the junior high gym. The match drew the biggest crowd of the season with' nearly 700 energetic fans bringing back memories pf better days in the late 'GO's. But with d r a m a t i c s u d d e n n e s s , G r i m e s turned the tables, gaining an escape and takedown to slice the lead to 10-5 before pinning Coste at 3:21. The .win brought a s t a n d i n g o v a t i o n , something that has been missing f r o m Jacks matches for far too long. The "Jacks other victory They witnessed some came from co-captain Mark e x c e l l e n t m a t c h e s . Erhart, an excellent 7-3 win at Unfortunately the visitors won 145 over highly regarded most of them. ' Jerry Mann. After a scoreless The Senior-laden Spuds first period, Erhart scored an squad won nine of the 12 bouts, escape and two takedowns in dropped two and forfeited at the second to take a 5-2 lead 105 where they have been and clinched it with another unable to produce a wrestler takedown in the third period all season. School policy after Mann's third escape, prevents the senior high from The closest Bemidji came to using Junior high wrestlers, another win came at 132 where sophomore Tod-Tolman used The winners started 'nine a third period near fall to take seniors, a junior and a a 4-2 lead over Ron Jensen, sophomore while the Jacks- But Jensen executed a had just three seniors on hand, reversal and near fall in the Bemidji was.given an edge in just two matches entering the night and won them both. The bout that brought out many fans matched the Jacks Tom Grimes against Moorhead's Tim Coste, both sporting 12-0 records. For awhile, it looked like a mismatch. The senior Coste scored a takedown, reversal and near fall in the first period to take a 7-2 lead and executed The winners held a wide 19-6 takedown lead and scored the only three period rides. Moorhead clsoed its year at 10-4-1 while the Jacks ended 48-1. Bemidji will now start preparations for the Region 8AA individual tournament at Brainerd Friday and Saturday. The top four teams in that meet will advance to the team tournament at Moorhead Feb. 26. Grimes and Erhart are accorded the best chances of gaining the state meet for Bemidji. . Moorhead, Alexandria, Brainerd, Little Falls and' Park Rapids are rated among the top teams in the region. B Team falls The B team, with six junior high grapplers and five sophs in the lineup, was no match for Moorhead which included one senior and eight juniors, several of them varsity regulars. Moorhead won 52-15, losing one team point for unsportsmanlike conduct. Bemidji opened with a third period fall by Tony Bonobich at 98 and a forfeit at 105 but could win only one more bout all evening. Jon Jorstad got that one, gaining an escape in .the final seconds to edge Wally Bergseth 4-3. Jorstad closed his B team season with six straight wins. He was the lone junior in the Bemidji lineup. Moorhead recorded eight falls and a 12-4 takedown bulge. The B team won just twice in 13 matches. an escape and takedown early int he second period to run the margin to 10-2.' MOORHEAD42 BEMIDJI IS 98 Mike Sull|van, M. decisloned Dan Wiebolt 17-2 105 Brad Edwards, B. won' by forfeit . 112Tom Grimes, B. pinned Tim Coste 3:21 119 Greg Steveken, M. pinned Ricky Knutson 2:3* 126 Jeff Wentzel, M. decisioned Alan Morlan 27-8 132 Ron Jensen, M. decisloned Tod Tolman 7-4 lie Guy Halverson, M. decisloned Doug Mason 7-4 . 145 Mark Erhart, B. decisloned Jerry Mam 7-3 155 Dean Morlock, M. decisloned Jody Schussman 22-6 167 Steve Wood, M. decisloned Rod Jallvn lp-6 IN Mike Benedict, M. .pinned 1 Richard Bohlman 2:90 Hwt. Blane Benedict, M. pinned David Graham 0:39 final 30 seconds to bring about a 7-4 win. · Guy Halverson stopped Doug Mason by the same score at 138 taking period leads of 2-0 and 7-2. And Steve Wood, dropping from 180, ran up a 10-1 lead over Rod Jallen and then held off Jallen's comeback to win a 10-6 decision at 167. O t h e r w i s e , M o o r h e a d dominated the match scoring pins - at 119, 180 and heavyweight and superior decisions at 98, 126 and 155. PRELIMINARY - MOORHEAD52 BEMIDJI 15 98 Tony Bonovlch, B. pinned John Schreiner 4:41 105 John Willard, B. won by forfeit 112 Gary Jensen, M. pinned Bob Blenson 1:24 119 Dave Long, M. pinned Steve Trepanier 3:12 126 Dean Gadberry, M. pinned Jeff Schussman 5:25 132 Paul Bandy, M. pinned Rick Lauderbaugh 2:19 138 Steve Walton, M. decisloned Brian Downing 16-1 145 Jon Jorstad, B, declsioned Wally Bergseth 4-3 155 Tim Hoag, M. pinned Bill Marker 0:10 167 Dave Grafsgaard, M. pinned Jeff Beaulleu 4:36 180 Scott Rosenfeldt, M. pinned KlnvHegg 0:49r · Hwt. Dirk cigelske, M. pinned Leon Black 0:16 Referee: Darrll Larlson, Park Rapids Bemldil (67) Missy Fayvllle Kathy Schmltz Pat sartelle Jenny Linden DebVosen Lorra Olson Lori Hutchins Betty Hughes Sue Ross fg .ft pf pts 0 0 - 0 0 0 10 0-0 2 20 7 2-3 5 16 2 0 - 1 2 4 3 1 - 2 2 7 3 0 1 3 6 4 2-6 1 10 0 1 - 2 1 1 1 1 - 3 3 3 30 7-18 19 17 Beavereffes nip UNO, gain Minn-Koto crown The Bemidji State NDSU, Valley City, Mayville U n i v e r s i t y b e a v e r e t t e and host Moorhead which basketball squad captured the entered the tournament as the e i g h t - t e a m M i n n - K o t a favorite, c o n f e r e n c e t o u r n a m e n t Saturday night in Moorhead with some clutch last quarter shooting against the University of North Dakota. The womEn cagers 67-65 win against UND was highlighted by the naming of Lori . Hutchins to the all-conference team. The Beaverettes were behind UND the whole game jiariiacook until with 14 minutes left they eneen King captured the lead 39-38 and Wendy Kuske never relented. B^ky Boll Pam Smith Thewincappedoffa regular Linda Knutson season record of 6-1. Karen Nedberg tournament besides BSU and UND were Morris, Coricordia, BSU Gymnastics The Bemidji Beaver gymnasts split a double dual meet Saturday defeating Superior 130.35-75.75 but losing to North Dakota 152.74-130.35. Complete, . details of Saturday's games will be In Monday's edition of The Pioneer. Bonnie Gebhardt BSU Wrestling North Dakota U n i v e r s i t y ' handed the crippled Bemidji Beavers wrestling team a 2910 setback Saturday afternoon. Bemidji won only two matches, one by forfeit. The lone winner was Jerry Utley who defeated Mike Rice 11-2. North Dakota recorded 7 decisions and one fall in handing the Beavers the fifth dual match defeat in 12 outings. The match closed Bemidji's regular season. The Beavers will compete in the NIC tournament Saturday at Duluth. 'Jacks Basketball The Bemidji Lumberjacks were handed their third loss Saturday night when Little Falls, the state s No. 1 team, made a strong second half comeback to defeat the Macks 64-59. Little Falls outscored the Macks 42-26 in the last half after Bemidji had taken a 33- District 29 basketball tourney opens Monday The pairing for the District 29 basketball tournament, were announced this week by the District committee. The entire meet will be 1 staged at Bemidji State University beginning Monday night.' There will be one game Monday at 7:30 pairing the last two teams in the district, Gonvick and Nevis. The winner will meet Clearbrook at 8:4.5 Tuesday after Northome and Kelliher square off in the opener. On Thursday, Redlake goes against Walker in the 7 p.m. opener and Akelcy faces Uttlcfork in the nightcap. .Play resumes Feb. 21 with Bagley facing the Northome- Cass Lake winner and Cass Lake meeting the Gonvick- Ncvis-Clcarbrook winner. On Feb. 22 Blackduck faces the Rcdlnkc-Walkor '.'.'inner in the opener while the Akeley- Littlcfork winner meets Laporle in the nightcap. The semi-finals will be played Feb. 24 with the consolation and championship games Feb. 25. The District winner will advance to the region 8 meet which also will be played at BSU March 3-4. --Pee Wee Hockey- Feature -win Pioneer photo by Jim Carrington Bemidji's Tom Grimes puts (he finishing touches on his second period pin of Moorhead's Tim Coste in the feature match of Friday's Bemidji-Moorhead dual meet. Both wrestlers entered the match undefeated. Grimes trailed 10-2 early in the second period before staging a comeback that led to the pin. Moorhead won the match, however 4215. x Image Photo stopped Pelawa's Auto 8-2 in a Squirts League hockey contest Wednesday. The winners had five goals from Svoboda, two from Todd Pierce and one from Jerry Wizncr. George Pelawa had both of the losers tallies. Jason Golden was in the nets for Image Photo while Steve Anderson was Pelawa's goldtender. Thursday, the Legion stopped Pelawas 6-4. Mike Hastreiter had a hat trick while Scott Osmundson, Kyle Wosloh and Jim Powell had single goals for the winners. Brian Hanncm had an assist. George Pelawa had all four goals for the Aulomen. Lee Sorcnson was the Legion goalie and Steve Anderson in the nets for Pelawa's. Hardware Hanks shaded the Jaycces 3-2 in 7-8 hockey league play Thursday night. Robby Aitken had two goals and Nathan Ohman one for the winners. Gary Matthews had the two Jaycees tallies. Shaun Gavin was in the ncls for Hardware Hanks and Greg Gantner for the Jaycees. -Bowling League Results- TARRINGTON J.E. Schraeder 4, Holiday Inn 0 North central Door 4, Hlltz Trucking 0 Che-Wa-Ka-E Son 3, Barko Loaders 1 Ted's Deep Rock3, Beaver Pond 1 Bene's Emb 3, Farmers Ins. 1 High Games Dans Kvalvog 146; Lue Wakanabo 1«; Shar Zimmerman 17B,1«6; Sandy Schmidt 185; Sue Jones 111; Willie Slmenson 167; Cleo Jones 111; Doris Jones 190, 189; Delia Julln 198; Chick' RooBStad Ml; Mary Holley 181; Roth Home 190, J10; Yvonne Wolf 192, 147; Pat Plzzala 191. . Shar ·Zimmerman 508, sandy Schmidt 450, Sue Jones 445, Millie Slmtnson 445, Cleo Jones 487, Doru jonej 505, Delia Julln .497, Judy schummer 450, Rum House 535, Yvonne Wolf 519. Spills Jo»n Wright 5-6; Sandy Wumbeck 5-4; Shar Zimmerman 54-10; Mary Holley 5-10; Jem Ulve 4-10; pat Plzzala 37; Cyndy Evanstrom 4-5. WELCOME'WAGON Moberg's Air Base 3, Km K . Thompson 1 Ed's Champ. 3, Hardee's 1 FOOT LOCO 3, Tenstrlke Bar 1 Beer Garden 3, Holiday Inn,! Sfturnslde 44 3, Hwy Host 1 Erlcloonl 4, O.K. Tire 0 Chrl». Const. 3, Hendrlcks Haven Hill's wrecker 2, Grain Belt 2 HieJtOamtt Phyllis Almendinger 111; Carol BwflxXomew 1*4; Doris Edwards 202,174; Lorraine Souder 142,144; Sail Lauderbaugh 144; Glmy Smetak 170; Vickl Christiansen 170; Liz Burrham 157, 154, 157; Mary Richards 181; Nancy Erlckson 141; Bunny Hanson 170, 174; Shirley Christiansen 195,143; Edna Hendricks 174. High Series P. Aimendlnger 442, C. Bartholomew 451, D. Edwards 523, L. Souder 444, G. Lauderbaugn 434, L. Burrhan 470, MJ. Richards 440, Joy Berg 454, N. Erickson 431, B. HanMn 4BO, S. Christiansen' 483. Splits Phyllis Aimendlnger 3-7-10; Lisa Lamontagne 4-7-10. WED.NITE MIXED DOUBLE LEAGUE K.F.C. 3, Northern Nan 1 Noels 4, McFarlands.O Pattersons 3, Bergsvtn Builders 1 High Games Marilyn Eckman 151-152, Jo« Berge 180.188.209, Andy Freeman 144, Jane Freeman 150, darlM zawaazki 144-144, Marilyn Beaulleu 157, Ron Beaulleu 117181, Bob Beaulleu 171-17», Cely Elllngson 142, Ed Chandlir 173, Gary Baltes 141, Marge Elllngson 171, Donna Baltel 148-U9-152, Dean Elllnsson 183, Jody Berssven 149.140. High Series Marilyn Eckman 4J9, Joe Berge 577, Clarice ZawMzkl 415, Ron Beaulleu 537, Bob Bealleu 4»9, Cely Ellin9*n 400, M*r«* Ellingson 428, Donna Ballet 4M, Splits Jody Bergsven 3-10, Chandler 5-10, Cely Elllngson 5-10. SUNSHINE Northern Amusement 2, Mn. Wood Products 2 Hospital II 2,Schmldt Beer 2 Hospital I 3, Land O'Lakei 1 High Games Billle Amette 172,155,144; Judy Swenson 159, 144; Karan Smart 154; Eleanor Annette 144; Grace Johnson 154; Marian Johnson 155; Elaine Ellenson 144; sandy Baker 145; Bonnie Schummer 142, ISO; Jeanne Olson 158, 147; Julie void 154. High Series Billle Annette 471, Bonnie' Schummer 455, Jeanne Olson 440. MERCHANT'S LEAGUE Eddie's Repair 4, Sendberg'i Septic 0 Spauldlng's 2, Vet's service Office · 2 Union Station 3, Che-wa-ka-e-son 2 Leroy's Minnows 3, Bemld|l Bowl 1 Qulk-Stop 3, Noel's 1 High Games Louis Miller 192-200, Sob Wakanabo 203, Ron Wekenaoo 193, Vern Gunval»n 201, B* Bowman 187, Butch Belcher W4, Punk Wakanabo 212, Terry Norton 182, Terry Olson 200, Tom stanko 187, Frank Pafko 111 B* * Bergln 181, Ed Michalko lt». Hitn Series Tom Stanko SIS, Bob Bergin 59*, Ed Micnalko 507, Punk wakanebo 541, Bob Wakanabo SOI, Ron Wakanabo 537, But* Belcner JOS, Rick Noreen 519, Louis Miller M4. for Sunday. BIG 751-7720 SURPLUS S All HI-WAY 2 WEST (Back R'oad Entrance) Open Monday thru Saturday 9 to S Register for free monthly gilt! .ENTRANCE Gun Club AIR PORT ' 0.7,7' '75? Wood Intwiof » _ A Pre-Huni Doors *32 Luftin Ruhr $750 POWtRTAM 25' Aluminum Combination Doors 50 AndentnCuement Windows 30%QFF Paneling 4x8 SECONDS Canon H.IOHTOIWWM $ 85' Union Carbide Synthetic Oil ICi 4 /D 4 Cjcw *1 qt cs qt. cs. Saturday Scores 22 half-time lead before an estimated 1,700 fans in the Bemidji Junior High School gymnasism. . Leading the Flyers' scoring was 6-7 forward Garry Walters with 17 points, Mario Backowski with 16 and Guard Paul Silbernick with 14. Bemidji had a well balanced scoring attack with Guard Rob Skime high at 14 followed by Dave Fisher with 10. Both Bemidji and Little Falls had 15 turnovers for the evening. Bemidji's final home game promises to be a similar barnburner with International Falls on Feb. 18. BSU Basketball The B e m i d j i Beaver basketball quintet turned in one of it finest games of the year Saturday night to rip the Southwest Mustangs 87-76 at the BSU Gymnasiusm. Trailing 29-28 late in the first half, the Beavers outshot Southwest 12-2 to take a 40-31 half-time lead. They dominated the early going in the second half to roll up a 09- 47 advantage with 7 minutes to p|ay then held off a spirited" M u s t a n g com'eback that narrowed the gap to 76-68 in the l a t e going. A steady production at the foul line widened out the final spread. Bob B a l d w i n led four starters in double figures with 24 points. Steve Vogcl and Don Hubbell had 17 and Randy Mueller 14. Ron Wendorff paced Southwest with 17 while reserver Clarence Hightower had 15. Bemidji is now 2 and 10 and Southwest 5 and 7 in NIC play. Southwest won the preliminary 82-61. BSU Swimming The Beaver swim team closed its regular season with a lopsided 72-39 win over Duluth Saturday. The victory was the ninth for the Beavers In 11 starts and set the stage for them to host the NIC swim meet. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Bemidji ran up a 57-13 lead after 8 events before pulling their starters enabling Duluth to cut the margin at the end. Bemidji won both relays and 8 of the 11 individual events. There were no double winners. Bemidji closed with 9 and 2 on the year. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HOUSE PAINTING Thinking of painting your home this spring? Call between 8:30 and 5:30. Monday thru Saturday for FREE ESTIMATES NEW KitchenAid DISHWASHERS SAVE ENERGY, SAVE TIME, SAVE MONEY. Versatile Convertible-Portable Dishwashers. Real time savers. You can use it tonight. Build it in later. Beautiful Built-in Dishwashers, New Load-As-You-Like KitchenAid dishwashers use less hot water and electricity than previous models. Energy Saver option saves even more. No wonder people who own dishwashers say KitchenAid is the best. MORE KITCHENAID TIME-SAVERS Trash Compactors. 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