Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 24, 1972 · Page 11
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Third Quarter Paces Midgets Past Sibley ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 24, 1972 Page 11 After coasting to a rather mediocre lead through the first half, Estherville outscored Sibley 2712 in the third quarter of action Friday to gain an 86-66 win and its eighth Lakes win against two losses. It proved to be the finest third quarter of the seasonfor the Midgets as a nine point halftime lead, 38-29, was opened up to a 24-point lead to put the game out of Sibley's reach. The real spark for the Midgets came when Doug Brandt came off the bench midway through the second quarter, with the score 22-21 favoring Estherville, to hit ten points and account for the Midgets halftime advantage. Brandt wound up with a career high 22 points for the game, Bob Grems had 22, and Wayne Hess 14 as the only Midgets able to hit in the double figures. Rounding out the scoring were Joe Fitzgibbons with eight, Scott Summa with seven, Lee Fransdal hitting six, John Bown with four, Bob Hartman two, andMar- ty Groth one. A torrid percentage from the field also helped the Midgets for the night, hitting on 38 of 56 attempts for a fine 59 per cent to overshadow Sibley's 29 of 56, also bettering the fifth per cent mark. Grems again topped Estherville' s rebounding with eight, an even one-fourth of the Midget's 32 rebounds, slightly less than the number recovered by Sibley. Turnovers, however, were costly for the Generals with 27 in the game compared to 13 for Estherville. Sibley started out tough in the contest, getting in front 2-0 following the tip on Dan Wessels two-pointer before Estherville took a 5-2 lead on goals by Grems and Summa and a free throw by Hess, at the four minute mark. But two field goals by Kelly Acker man and Mark Grush's free throw gave Sibley its last lead of the game, 7-5, before Fitzgibbons and Grems hit two pointers for a 9-7 lead. The Generals could tie during the remainder of the quarter but consecutive two- pointers by Grems in the final Sport? Bees Fall in Overtime Via Missed Free Throws BEES BOX SCORE minute gave Estherville a 15-13 lead at the quarter stop. Estherville was unable to gain a definite advantage in the early minutes of the second period, maintaining a one to three point lead through the first four minutes of the quarter before eight points by Brandt and four by Hess sent the Midgets from a 24-21 advantage to a 38-29 lead at halftime. The scoring surge continued through the third quarter of action, Estherville boosting the lead to 12, 49-37, in the first four minutes, then outscoring Sibley 16-4 in the final four minutes for a 65-41 lead at the quarter stop. Sibley outscored the Midgets for the only time in the fourth quarter of the game, but only 25-21 and coach George Hess used reserves freely in the final period of play. A big factor in Sibley's turnovers for the night were interceptions by Bob Grems, hauling in nine for the Midgets, making the 6-3 senior even more valuable in the Estherville lineup. The victory went with an earlier 79-53 Midget victory over the Generals on the Estherville maples but will have to be cherished only briefly before preparing for one of the toughest home games of the season next Friday. Cherokee comes to town' and the Midgets should have memories of their first loss of the season, an 89-85 setback when falling behind by as much as 16 points in the third quarter of action before a fourth quarter rally fell short. Estherville also was in serious foul trouble in the first meeting, seeing Lee Fransdal andJoe Fitzgibbons sidelined via fouls while four players had four each by the end of the game. Estherville also had two technicals in the contest NAME FG FT F Pts. ESTHERVILLE Grems 11 0-0 2 22 Fransdal 2 2-2 0 6 Summa 3 1-2 0 7 Fitzgibbons 4 0-1 5 8 Hess 5 4-0 2 14 Bown 2 0-0 0 4 Groth 0 1-2 0 1 Brandt 10 2-4 1 22 Hartman 1 0-0 2 2 Bothwell 0 0-0 1 0 Mergen 0 0-0 1 0 Knox 0 0-0 1 0 TOTALS 38 10-12 15 86 SIBLEY Hartzel 6 1-0 5 13 Grush 1 1-0 4 3 Wessels 10 2-0 0 22 Acker man 5 2-1 3 12 Willson 1 0-2 4 2 Ellerbroek 1 1-2 1 3 Wahl 2 1-1 0 5 Poppen 2 0-1 0 4 VerSteeg 0 0-0 1 0 Olson 1 0-1 0 2 Van Weston 0 0-0 0 0 Gregg 0 0-1 0 0 TOTALS 29 8-9 18 66 They're Lakes Champs NAME FG FT F Pts. ESTHERVILLE Guge 8 4-3 4 20 Anderson 1 1-1 1 3 Buell 6 2-4 3 14 Fenton 1 1-2 4 3 Bothwell 3 1-3 4 7 TOTALS 19 9-13 16 47 SIBLEY Echter 7 •0-2 2 14 Koster 3 4-3 1 10 Kruger 3 5-2 5 11 Stanton 3 1-2 2 7 Mouw 1 4-2 2 6 Fisher 0" 0-1 2~ ~ "0* Wick 0 0-0 1 0 TOTALS 17 14-11 15 48 at the bucket and Estherville four in the overtime period. For the game, Estherville held a 19-17 edge from the field but found problems with Sibley at the charity line, the Generals hitting 14 of 25 on 16 Estherville fouls while the Generals committed 15 fouls but Estherville could account, for only nine of .22 charity shots. Estherville bounced out to an early 16-8 lead in the first quarter of action and was in front 21-20 at halftime. , „ . .. ... _ The lone change came with ^%araW *S2r Emmetsburg moving into a tie for sixth with Sheldon, both 2-8, Score by Quarters: Estherville 15 23 27 21- 86 Sibley 13 16 12 25- 66 Gaining individual titles in the Lakes Conference wrestling tournament at Emmetsburg Saturday were front from left, Terry Roberts, Spencer, 98; Rod Roberts, Spencer, 105; Craig Johnson, Spencer, 112; Ray Niel Wolf, Spirit Lake, 119; Al Baker, Spirit Lake, 126; and Kerry Feekes, Sheldon, 132. Back row from left are Gary Templeman, Cherokee, heavyweight; Terry Kunzman, Spencer, 185; Jack Kliegl, Emmetsburg, 167; Glenn Higgins, Estherville, 155; Randy Pomeroy, Estherville, 145; and Jerry Sundall, Estherville, 138. Tournament story is on page six. (Daily News photo by Chuck Ostheimer) Big Weeks Ahead in Lakes Title Race There was little change in the Lakes Conference leaders following Friday's action, Storm Lake continuing to maintain the lead with a 10-0 record, Cherokee with a 9-1 mark in second and Estherville at 8-2 in third. The charity line proved costly to the Estherville Bees who lost a 48-47 overtime decision to Sibley, giving the young Generals revenge for an earlier 43-41 loss to Estherville. Both teams pumped in 44points in the regulation 24 minutes of play via an Estherville rally in the final minute to erase a 44-41 Sibley advantage. But a field goal by Greg Echter and free throws by Tim Koster and Brad Mouw in the overtime offset a Kevin Buell field goal and Mark Anderson's free throw in the extra minutes for the margin of victory. Sibley had six charity shots George Edges Pirate Mdtmen GRAETTINGER - It boiled down to the final match Saturday night before George edged out a 24-23 victory over Graettinger in dual wrestling competition. Pirate 98-pounder Mike Quinn opened the match by putting Graettinger in front 6-0 with a pin over George's Dave Kronloker in 58 seconds but George came back to tie the score at 6-6 when Dean Monkmeir decisioned Graettinger's Ted Lundgren 8-0 and George's Kelly Caldwell handed Joe Ferrell a 9-5 loss. George went on top 13-6 in the next two matches with George's Bryon Itterman decisioning Dean Refsel 6-4 and Bruce Anning rolling over Paul Ferrell 11-0. The Pirate's Raymond Blinkman pulled the Pirates withiii one by pinning George's Curtis Krieger in 3:56 at 132 pounds and Graettinger's Randy Struthers drew with Doug Nicolson, 6-6. Graettinger went ahead by five, 20-15, when Dennis Jacobson pinned Leland Kruse in 3:33 in competition at 145 pounds. George came back to gain a 2120 advantage with Alan Julius gaining an 8-2 decision from Pirate John Anderson at 155 and Steve Rypkmen winning 8-0 over Graettinger's Greg Peterson at 167. J. R. Brown, wrestling at 185 pounds put Graettinger back in front, 24-21, by gaining an 8-5 decision from Larry Klaalsen but George heavyweight put the victory away by edging out an 8-5 decision from Gary Boecker. Graettinger swept the junior varsity competition for a 12-0 win. therviile attack with 20 points, Kevin Buell finished the night with 14, Jim Bothwell had seven, while Mark Anderson andB ill Fenton wound up with three each. Leading Sibley were Greg Echter with 14, Sten Kruger hitting 11, and Tim Koster with 10. while Spirit Lake slipped to last, with a 1-9 record. In Friday's action, Estherville pounded Sibley 86-66, Cherokee romped past Sheldon 90-55, Storm Lake rallied to dump Spen­ cer 74-48, and Emmetsburg took advantage of injured Spirit Lake, 59-49. The big weeks are upcoming in Lakes play, however, with Cherokee traveling to Estherville Friday night as the Midgets vie for a tie for second, Sibley will take . another shot atStorm Lake, Spen^ cer is at Spirit' Lake, and" Env metsburg at Sheldon. LAKES CONFERENCE Rebounds Cherokee Pace Win All Conf. Games W L W L Storm Lake 10 1 10 0 Cherokee 9 1 11 2 Estherville 8 2 11 2 Spencer 4 6 4 8 Sibley 3 7 5 7 Sheldon 2 8 3 9 Emmetsburg 2 8 2 10 Spirit Lake 1 9 3 10 RESULTS FRIDAY Storm Lake 74, Spencer 48 Cherokee 90, Sheldon 55 Estherville 86, Sibley 66 Emmetsburg 59, Spirit Lake GAMES FRIDAY NIGHT Cherokee at Estherville Spencer at Spirit Lake Emmetsburg at Sheldon Sibley at Storm Lake 49 CHEROKEE - Jim Linebaugh Wolves Postponed Tonight; Drop Weekend Twinbill BOX SCORE NAME FG FT F Pts ILCC Schacherer 8 2-0 5 18 Berryhill 3 0-0 1 6 Buchingham 2 1-1 0 5 Kramme 7 5-1 4 19 Hulst 0 1-0 0 1 Pohlman 1 1-1 4 3 Coleman 8 1-0 4 17 Hanna 3 2-0 2 8 TOTAL 36 14-2 25 86 CRESTON Chabick 8 5-4 3 21 Brandon 3 4-0 5 10 Blackwell 7 9-1 5 23 Fisher 5 3-1 1 13 Pond 4 2-0 1 10 Heiland 4 3-0 0 11 Loos 4 1-1 1 9 Barnes 0 1-0 1 1 TOTALS 35 28-7 17 98 BOX SCORE NAME FG FT F Pts. ILCC Schacherer 5 10-2 4 20 Keyes 12 4-1 5 28 Pohlman 1 0-0 1 2 Hanna 2 0-0 1 4 Kramme 8 0-5 3 16 Hulst 1 1-1 2 3 Coleman 0 0-0 2 0 TOTALS 29 15-9 18 73 DORDT Coull 7 5-1 5 19 Grussing 8 8-0 3 24 Addink 3 0-0 3 6 Zandstra 4 5-2 3 13 Westra 1 1-1 1 3 Shannon 6 3-0 4 15 Goitter 3 0-1 5 6 Oppeneer 1 0-0 0 2 Broekhuis 1 0-0 0 2 TOTALS 34 22-5 24 90 Halftime score Dordt 41, Iowa Lakes 35 Regulation: Iowa Lakes 73, Dordt 73 A scoreless overtime period and torrid shooting at the free throw line proved costly for Iowa Lakes the past weekend, dropping games Friday night at Dordt and home with Creston Saturday. Friday, both Iowa Lakes and Dordt rolled up 73 points but the Wolves were outscored 17-0 in the overtime period and fell 9073. Saturday the Wolves outshot Creston, 36-35, from the field but Creston connected on 28 of 35 shots at the charity line for a 9886 win. The Wolves regularly scheduled game with Clarinda for tonight has been postponed until Feb. 21, due to weather conditions. The Wolves will resume play Friday night at Sioux Falls. "We played one of our better games of the season against one of the top teams in the state," Wolf coach Ben Hix said of Saturday's game with Creston. "Overall we made some mistakes," Hix added, "but our hustle and effort was real pleasing to see." Hix went on to credit Joe Schacherer with his best game of the year, scoring 18 points plus numerous assists, Rich Coleman with his most outstanding game with both scoring and hustle with both complimenting a fine game for Bill Kramme. Coleman finished the game with 17 points and Kramme 19. Rounding out the Wolves' scoring were Steve Keyes with nine, John Hanna eight, Mel Berryhill six, Jim Buckingham five, Joe Pohlman three and Mark Hulst one. Iowa Lake's offense continued to work the ball in for the good shot against Creston, hitting just enough from the outside to keep the defense honest. But the 25 fouls committed on defense proved costly as Creston's Art Blackwell converted nine of ten while hitting 23 points in the game, Bruce Chubick hit five of nine in his 21 point production and as a team Creston converted 28 of 35 shots, nearly 28 per cent of their points for the game. "Some backcourt turnovers probably was the difference in the game," Hix stated, "but the boys were trying and hustling and I can't complain." Friday Keyes again hit in the waning seconds of play to knot the score at 73-73 following the regulation 40 minutes but as aptly stated by Hix, "I never had been held scoreless in an overtime before, it was unbelievable. Keyes paced the Wolves' scoring with 28 points, Schacherer hit for 20 and Kramme 16. The only additional scoring by Iowa Lakes was four by Hanna, three by Hulst and Pohlman two. And even Dordt was deadly from the charity line, hitting 22 of 27 to take the upmost advantage of Iowa Lakes 18 fouls. "We played well at Dordt," Hix said, "but lapses were costly for us. Saturday's game was really a good comeback, however." Hix added that "We have to come back and play the same way Monday against Clarinda. They play a tough schedule and are better than their record indicates." The game gets underway at 7:30 p.m., following a 5:30 contest with the Estherville reserves meeting. The Wolves will traveltoSioux Falls Friday to play Augustana and then Boone on Saturday. John Changes ISU Lineup MANHATTAN, Kan. CAP) Iowa State Coach Maury John will alter the Cyclones' basketball line-up here tonight in hopes of getting his team back on the Big Eight Conference winning path. The Cyclones slipped to 1-3 in the conference and 8-8 over-all Saturday night in losing 89-75 to strong Missouri. John said senior Rick Engel will start at a forward against Kansas, while Clint Harris will be moved from forward to center to replace Tom O'Connor. "We have to get more rebounding in our game," said John. "And we could also use some more scoring out of our front line." pumped in 16 points and pulled down 22 rebounds to lead the Braves from Cherokee pastShel- don, 90-55, in Lakes Conference action Friday. The Braves complimented Linebaugh's rebounding with a team total of 75 while limiting Sheldon to just 41 in the game, enough to break any team's scoring potential. Backing Linebaugh in scoring were Dude Phipps with 15, Denny Holton with 13, Paul Means with 12, Dan Anderson and Mark Schones with 11 each. High for Sheldon were Loran Krekes with 12 and Darrell Krieger hitting 11. "The first quarter was close but we started to put things together toward the end of the period and played good from that point on," Brave coach Ray Knauer stated. Cherokee led 20-14 at the end of the first quarter, 44-29 at halftime, and 66-39 after three quarters. First Quarter Paces E-Hawks EMMETSBURG - Emmetsburg's E-Hawks started and finished in excellent fashion Friday to clip the injury-riddenSpir- it Lake Indians, 59-49, for their second win of the season in the lakes. "We got off to a good start," E-Hawk coach Al Sutton stated, "but then hit two or three lulls before again having a good final period." Emmetsburg got out in front 16-6 in the first quarter, held a 27-20 edge at halftime and a 3930 lead after three quarters. Leading Emmetsburg offensively were John Brumm with 16, Ed Lenners and Dale Wright With nine points eachl High for Spirit Lake were Terry Boelter with 13 and Bill Jaquith hitting 12. The win boosts the E-Hawks' record to two wins against eight losses in the Lakes and 2-10 for the season while Spirit Lake is now 1-9 in Lakes and 3-10 for the season. Emmetsburg also gained a 49-42 win in junior varsity competition. Tornadoes Spencer in Pound Lakes SPENCER - Balanced scoring and rebounding led Storm Lake past Spencer, 74-48, in Lakes action Friday but the Tornadoes didn't really break the game open until the third quarter. "We used a full court zone press on Storm Lake the first two quarters," Tiger coach Roger Schulz commented, "but they got away from us in the middle of the third period and we were out of the game." Storm Lake led 15-9 at the end of the first quarter, 32-21 at halftime, and 54-32 after three quarters. Leading the Tornadoes were Keith German with 15, Ed Larson hitting 14, and Lenny Trudo with 10. High for Spencer were Mark Kunnath and Ron Strack with 11 each. Storm Lake held a 34-22 edge in rebounding but the Tornadoes made 21 turnovers to 12 for Spencer. Spencer gained a 59-31 win in in the junior varsity contest. nothing to stamp but your message Perma-Stamp DELUX-MOUNT doesn't need a stamp pad because the ink is^J built in. So all you do is pick it up ar stamp. 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PICKUP 1955 Ford F-350 1 ton pickup with grain box, 1972 license paid, good tires, runs the best; MISCELLANEOUS Heat Houser for M; 2— 5 bushel hog feeders; 80 gallon hog waterer; 1 — Hog water tank; Cement Hog troughs; 50 gallon water tank; 300 gallon gas barrel and stand; 2— 50 gallon barrels; 1 Very good saddle; 2 — Bridles; Child's swing set; Chrome Kitchen table and 4 chairs; 2 — 800 Zipco reels; DeLaval Cream separator; DeLaval milking machine; 2 — stainless steel buckets; Tractor radio; Stand for 500 gallon gas barrel; 3 — rolls of corn cribbing; Plus many good hand tools too numerous to mention; Not Responsible For Accidents Usual Auction Terms No Property Removed Until Settled For WAYNE OHNEMUS-owner CHARLEY QUINN AND LYLE BENSEN - Auctioneers IOWA STATE BANK - ALGONA - CLERK

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