Matmen Outdualed by Spencer ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., FEB. 2, 1972 Page 11 Johnson, Pomeroy, Higgins Only Winners t 98—Terry Roberts (S) pinned Mike Ryan, 1:47. : 105— Rod Roberts (S) dec. Dennis St. Lawrence, 10-2. "112— Craig Johnson (S) dec. Pat Clarken, 9-8. , - 119- John Quail (S) dec. Brian Iske, 3-0. 126—Greg McDonald (E) and Don Harleman drew, 3-3. 132—Rick Johnson (E) dec. Bob Ginger, 4-1. 138— Steve Dlugosch (S) dec. Gary Dahl, 5-0. 145—Randy Pomeroy (E) pinned Tom Metier, 5:01. ,155— Glenn Higgins (E) pinned Mike Schumann; 5:15. 167—Frank Boever (E) and Mike Quist drew, 9-9. 185- Terry Kunzmann (S) pinned Bob Moyer, 5:10. Hwt. -Bryan Moffitt (E) and Greg Lille drew, 2-2. Estherville dropped its first dual of the season to a Lakes Conference foe Tuesday, falling at the hands of Spencer 30-21 in competition that wasn't settled until after the 185 pound match. The Midgets got off to a slow start with Spencer gaining a 15-0 advantage in the first four matches and leading 20-5 after the 138 pound competition. Three consecutive victories, however, pulled the Midgets within striking distance as Randy Pomeroy and Glenn Higgins came through with big pins to narrow the margin to 20-17. But from that point on Spencer at ..least matched the Midgets' team total in each match, gaining draws in the 167 pound and heavyweight classes and a fall at 185. Rick Johnson, wrestling at 132 pounds, came through with Es therville's first victory, a 4-1 decision over Tiger Bob Ginger. Johnson followed the percentage trend for winning by gaining a first period takedown, allowed Ginger an escape in the second period but scored on a third round reverse. The next Midget's victory was Pomeroy's fall at 145 pounds, coming at 1:01 in the third period. Pomeroy pulled in front 2-8 with a first round takedown and increased his lead to 4-0 with a predicament in the second period. Randy added a reverse in the opening seconds of the third period before registering the pin via use of a cradle. Glenn Higgins followed Pomeroy almost identically although rolling up a few more points in the process by pinning Spencer's Mike Schumann in 1:15 of the third round. Higgins also had a quick takedown in the first period to build a 2-0 lead, added an escape, takedown and near fall in the third period before gaining the fall. But that proved to be the extent of the Midget*s victories. Greg McDonald, Frank Boever, and Bryan Moffitt, however, came through with draws to keep the match score within the nine points. McDonald battled Spencer's Don Harleman to a 3-3 draw with all of the scoring in the final two periods. In the second round, Mc Donald went in front 2-1 with a reverse before allowing an escape and Harleman had a third period reverse before being charged with locking the hands and McDonald being awarded the tieing point. Boever had to battle from behind in the final seconds of action to gain a 9-9 tie with Tiger Mike Quist at 165 pounds. Quist opened the match with a takedown, Boever countered with a reverse and Quist had an escape and second takedown to go in front 5-2 after the first two minutes. Quist increased the lead to 6-2 in the second round with an escape. In the third round, Boever opened with a reverse, gave up an escape and takedown to fall behind 9-4 before recording a reverse and near fall in the final ten seconds of action. Moffitt managed to be off the wrestling area of the mat every time he gained an advantage against Tiger Greg Lillie in the heavyweight match, in battling to a 2-2 draw. After a scoreless first round, Lillie had an escape in the second round, Moffitt recorded an early reverse in the third round before giving Lillie the tieing escape. Suffering the toughest loss of the night was Midget Pat Clarken at 112 pounds. Clarken, only a sophomore, outwrestled Spencer's Craig Johnson, a Lakes Conference champion this season, head on after giving up a takedown and trailing 2-0 in the first round. The second period saw Clarken score on an escape and takedown before allowing a reverse to tie the score at 4-4. But Pat added an escape, a second takedown, and predicament yet in the second round to go in front 8-4. But the third period saw Johnson score on a reverse and near fall in the waning seconds to gain a 9-8 win. In the 119 pound match, Spencer's John Quail scored an escape and takedown in the second period to pin a 3-8 defeat on Midget Brian Iske. Tiger Steve Dlugosch registered a 5-0 decision over Midget Gary Dahl in competition at 138 pounds, scoring two points in the first period on a takedown and three in the third round via an escape and takedown. In the 105-pound competition, Spencer's Rod Roberts recorded a 10-2 decision over Midget Dennis St. Lawrence. Roberts scored in the first period with a takedown and near fall while St. Lawrence was awarded one point on the infraction of locking the hands. R oberts added three points in the second round and two in the third whileSt. Lawrence scored on a third period escape. Tiger Terry Roberts opened the match by pinning Midget Mike Ryan in 1:47. The only scoring prior to the pin was Robert's takedown. Tiger Terry Kunzmann wrapped up the victory for Spencer by pinning Estherville* s Bob Moyer in 1:10 of the third round. Kunzmann led 5-0 at the time of the fall with a predicament in the second period and an escape and takedown in the third. The next Estherville competition will be a tough Cherokee unit visiting here Saturday, in conjunction with the Estherville Winter Sports Festival. Since the festival takes up the high school gym with a concert at the time, competition will be at Roosevelt Gym. State Line Leaders Gain Wins STATE LINE CONFERENCE BOYS ALL CONF. GAMES W L W L Rake 8 1 12 4 Swea City 8 1 11 5 Lakota 7 2 15 2 Armstrong 6 3 9 6 6 3 8 7 Burt 5 4 8 6 Ringsted 5 4 7 7 Thompson 4 5 5 9 Woden 3 6 5 8 Titonka 1 8 2 11 Sentral 1 8 2 12 Ledyard 0 9 2 13 GIRLS Lakota 6 1 12 5 Burt 6 2 11 6 Titonka 5 2 12 3 Woden 4 3 11 7 Thompson 4 4 8 9 Ringsted 3 4 12 8 Sentral 3 4 11 8 L-C _ 3 5 9 8 Armstrong 2" 5 ' 5' 13 Ledyard 1 5 1 12 Rake and Swea City continue to pace boys' action in the State .Line Conference with 8-1 rec- Wds and co-leaders,.witlvLakota holding down thirdplace as Lincoln Central slipped to a tie for fourth with Armstrong, both with JM marks. The same three boys' teams continue to pace the loop in all games for the seasonas Rake has compiled a 12-4 mark, Swea City an 11-5 mark and Lakota topping the list with a 15-2 recordforthe season. In the girls' division, Lakota, by a slim half game, continues on top of the standings with a 6-1 record, Burt is second with a 6-2 mark and Titonka third one game back at 5-2. Six girls' teams, however, have moved into the double win bracket for the season with Titonka at 12-3 the top mark, Lakota 12-5, Ringsted 12-8, Burt 11-6, Woden-Crystal Lake 11-7, and Sentral of Fenton 11-8. A seventh sextet, Lincoln Central, also has posted over a 50 per cent won-loss mark with a 9-8 record. When action resumes Friday night in the State Line, Ringsted travels to Rake and Swea City is at Burt in boys action while both girls and boys play is on the agenda in games finding Lincoln Central at Thompson, Armstrong at Tftonka, Sentral of Fenton at Lakota, and Woden-Crystal Lake at Ledyard. The State Line wraps up conference play on Tuesday, Feb. 8 before most teams wUlturntheir attention to the tournament trail -wMr hopes for a bidfeat theQtate •Tournament. bn^ Woden Lassies, Burt Boys Win WODEN — Burt and Woden- Crystal Lake split a doubleheader Tuesday Woden copping a 79- 77 victory in the girls' game and Burt gaining the 68-54 decision in the boys' contest. In boys' action, Woden pulled in front 16-13 at the end of the first quarter, held a 33-31 lead at halftime, and a 55-42 lead after three quarters. Leading Woden were Brad Bunns with 31 and Greg Valley with 11. For Burt, Roger Sachert was high with nine. In the girls' game, Burt bounded in front 22-13 at the end of the first quarter, led 38-34 at halftime and the score was tied at 34-34 following three quarters. Leading Woden were Paula Kirschbaum with 48, Julie Geerdes with 19 and Pam Slinger with 10. For Burt, Patty Grubb had 51, Cindy Sill 20 and Shirley Batt eight. Lakota Drops Lincoln Central GRUVER — Lakota copped a pair of cage victories from Lincoln Central, the girls gaining a 55-48 win then the boys squeezing out a 57-56 victory. In the boys' game, Lincoln Central pulled in front 13-10 at the end of the first quarter, held a 28-24 halftime lead but Lakota pulled in front 41-39 following three quarters of action. Leading Lincoln Central were John Krieger with 27 points and Jeff Felkey scoring 12. Krieger also hauled in 16 rebounds for the Hawks. ™For Lakota, Paul Peterson had 19 points, Dale Seamons and Mike Berg scoring 12 each. Girls' action saw Lakota' sCol- lene Karels hit for 35 points and Linda Ford add 13 to outdual 31 points by Ann Harvey and 11 by Kay Anderson for Lincoln Central. Both teams scored 15 points in the first quarter but Lakota took a 27-24 lead at halftime and a 4032 advantage after three quarters. Armstrong Splits Home Cage Tilts ARMSTRONG — Armstrong split a double header with Thompson on its home maples Tuesday, the Tigers winning an 81-56 decision after Thompson edged out ft ta 88 <win in girls' play. In the boys' game, Armstrong pulled in front 19-9 at the end of the first quarter, held a 3825 lead at halftime and a 64-38 advantage after three quarters. Spencer Pins Midget J.V. Spencer took advantage of the middle weights to build up a 15 point lead, then coasted to a 3921 vctory in junior varsity wrestling competition over Estherville Tuesday. Both teams compiled nine points after the first two matches, each scoring on a decision and a forfeit, but Estherville was able to master only two decisions in the next six matches as Spencer salted the victory away. After Midget Mark Peterson was awarded the 98 pound class by forfeit, Spencer's Gordon Quail mastered a 9-2 decision from Oliver Anderson at 105 pounds. Dave Brobst followed with a reverse of the score, downing Tiger Bill Calling 9-2 with first and second period scoring. Brobst had a first period takedown and a reverse, near fall, and a second reverse in the second round. Bob Smith then pinned Midget Dennis Dammann in 1:19 at 119 pounds and Tiger Dave Ash won the 126 pound match via forfeit as Spencer went ahead 15-9. Doug Miner got the Midgets back on the scoring trail with a ACROSS 1. Volcanic matter 5. Circle segment 8. Germanic deity 9. — for one's breeches 13. Forearm bone 14. Famous horror films star 15. Nervous twitch 16. Man's nickname 17. Scepter 18. Under 20. Exasperate 21. Final 22. Bungle 23. Place of worship 25. Consist-1 ingof wood 26. Backslide J}7. Actress — Hagen 28. Artificial bait 29. Tangle SI. Swiss canton 32. Islet 33. Toss 35. Withdraw 37. Malay Moslem 88. Early lunch hour Hair style Spanish queen Southwest wind DOWN Lummox Extemporize Contemporary star of horror films , Anecdotal gatherings . Attorney 6. 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Hood scored on an escape in the second period and was awarded one point for delaying tactics by Johnson in the third round. Spencer's Marion Johnson salted the match away by pinning Midget Craig Miner in 1:03 of the third round at 167 pounds. Kevin Sawyer returned to action for the first time this season and pinned Tiger Dean Funk in 1:07 of the second round after building up a 6-3 lead in advance. After allowing a takedown in the first round, Sawyer had a reverse and predicament and followed with a reverse in the second period before the fall. Spencer's Darwin Lookingbill ended the night's junior varsity activity early by pinning Chuck Tostenson in 1:15 of the second round in heavyweight action. 98— Mark Peterson (E) won by forfeit. 105- Gordon Quail (S) dec. Oliver Anderson, 9-2. 112- Dave Brobst (E) dec. Bill Colling, 9-2. 119— Bob Smith (S)pinnedDen nis Dammann, 1:19. 126- Dave Ash (S) won by forfeit. . 132— Doug Miner (E) dec. Mike Miller, 4-0. 138- Charlie Whittenburg (S) pinned Dan Bagan, 1:47. 145— Dan O'Dean (S) pinned Scott Evans, :35. 155- Ray Hood (E) dec. Randy Johnson, 2-0. 167—Marion Johnson (S) pinned Craig Miner, 5:03. 185—Kevin Sawyer (E) pinned Dean Funk, 3:07. Hwt. — Darwin Lookingbill (S) pinned Chuck Tostenson, 3:15. Pactag.tte^steong aJtajUaf ^ci^^,, H surged to a 22-12 lead at the end of the first quarter, led 41-18 at halftime and 61-35 after three quarters. High for the Great Danes were Kevin Hansen with 32 points, Bill Wikert with 21 and Nick Preston scoring 12. Phil Under- bakke led Ledyard by hitting 10, the only player in double figures. Rake Boys Pound Sentral of Fenton FENTON — Behind the scoring of Rick Hagedorn and Rick Anderson, Rake rolled over Sentral of Fenton 74-43 to retain a share of the State Line Conference lead Tuesday. The Rake Tigers moved in front 15-5 at the end of the first quarter, held a 36-17 lead at halftime and were in front by 30, 59-29, after three quarters of Play. Hagedorn hit 34 points for the game and Anderson 17 as the only Rake players in the double figures. High for Sentral were Wayne Gerhart hitting 14andDan jvith four" players in the double figures, were Jeff Crouch with 27, Paul Stevens with 10, Scott Turner hitting 20, and Melvin McElwee with 12. High for Thompson were Larry Farland with 26 and Terry Sill hitting 10. "We finally had a team together without sickness or injuries," Armstrong coach Bill Ashmore stated, "and all were ready." In the girls' game, both teams tallied 12 points in the first quarter but Thompson edged in front 31-29 at intermission and held a 45-43 lead after three quarters. Leading the Thompson attack were Barb Smith and Judy Wirth with 32 and 23 points respectively while Armstrong was paced by Mary Wagner with 31 and Deb Breuer hitting 15. Swea City Rally Nets Victory SWEA CITY - Although getting off to a slow start in the first half of action, Swea City battled back to dump Titonka 77-58 in State Line boys' action and retain a share of the conference lead. Titonka pulled in front 21-19 at the end of the first quarter, held a 38-31 lead at halftime and a 49-47 lead after three quarters before yielding to a 30-point fourth quarter charge by the Trojans. Leading Swea City were Darwin Issacson with 26 points, Doug Johnson hitting 19, Darrell Issacson and Harlan Wichman with 14 each. For Titonka, AllanZwiefel was high with 16 points, Quinte Bak- inte hit 15 and Dan Hanson 10. Swea City also copped the junior varsity tilt, 39-15. Ringsted Gains Doubleheader Win RINGSTED — Ringsted copped a double home victory from Ledyard Tuesday, the girls pounding out a 66-49 win and the boys rolling 67-50 in a pair of State Line Conference games. In the girls' game, Ringsted boomed in front 19-5 at the end of the first quarter, held a 40-17 advantage at halftime, and a 54-30 lead after three quarters. Topping the scoring for Ringsted were Janet Geesman with 33 points, Susan Johnson hitting 14 and Pam Prestonwith 13. Ledyard was led by Molly Graham with 19, Carol Gobson with 11 and Julie Busch hitting 12. In the boys' contest, Ringsted Rake also grabbed a 45-39 victory in the junior varsity game. Lineman Top Picks NEW YORK (AP) guys named "Who?" 5* Clarken Tackles Tiger - A lot of are up for grabs today as the National Football League completes its 1972 collegiate draft from a field generally considered mediocre by recent standards. One of the few big names available when Monday's proceedings began was Walt Patulski and, as expected, Notre Dame's enormous defensive end was the No. 1 selection, going to the Buffalo Bills. There were other stars too— Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Pat Sullivan of Auburn and running back Ed Marinaro of Cornell, to name two. Marinaro also had to wait for the second round, being chosen 24th by Minnesota. "I'm a little surprised," Sullivan said from Auburn when told all 26 teams had bypassed him in the first round, then quickly added, "and very happy." Marinaro expressed disappointment at not being a first-round choice "but if I have to be picked in the second round, well, I feel good to be with a contender," he said of the Vikings. Patulski, a 6-foot-6, 260-pound behemoth, was, of course, delighted with being No. 1 among some 442 players. Midget Pat Clarken, top, dominated Lakes Conference champion Craig Johnson until the final seconds at 119 pounds Tuesday before dropping a heartbreaking 9-8 decision to the Tiger. Spencer went on to gain a 38-21 victory in the dual to hand Estherville its first dual loss to a Lakes foe this season. (Daily News Photo by Chuck Ostheimer) Terril Sets Two Records In Edging Arnolds Park ARNOLDS PARK - Offense and defense were the key of two games between Terril and Arnolds Park Tuesday as the Tigers set a school record in the boys game by pounding the Park 10890 and the Terril girls gaining a 50-46 win. In the boys contest, Terril's Dave Determan set a second record by hitting 38 points, Mark Feldman had 19, Dan Kelley 18 and Erv Rowlands 15. Detterman also had 16 rebounds and Feldman 13 for the game. '•We were just happy to win on a small floor," Terril coach Roger Conway stated, "but it seemed that everything put up by either team in the game went in regardless of the caliber of defense." Arnolds Park was led by Gary Voss with 28, Tim Backer hitting 22, Lee Heerdt with 16 and Dave Sanders with 12. Terril trailed 23-21 at the end of the first quarter of play but outscored Arnolds Park 3617 in the second quarter for a 55-40 halftime advantage and held a 77-60 lead after three quarters. In girls action, Terril edged in front 10-9 by the end of the first quarter, led 24-20 at halftime, and 37-32 after three quarters of action. "This was our best effort of the year," Conway said of the girls contest. He also cited Jane Hermanson, LaDonna Blunt and Cynthia Sampson with excellent play in the guard court. Leading Terril offensively were Rachell Schnell with 19 points, Ann Cushman with 17, and Chris Krieger with 14. Mary Anderson hit 18 and Donna Doss 17 to lead the Park. Johnson Hits In Mallard 29 night in boosting its record to 13-2 for the season. The Braves represented the Lakes Conference by charging out in front 26-18 in the first quarter, holding a 41-39 halftime advantage and a 63-61 lead after three quarters. Leading the way offensively for Cherokee were Dude Phipps hitting 33 points, Denny Holton with 17, Paul Means with 16 and Dan Anderson scoring 11. "We played well and eliminated the mistakes," Brave coach Leo Hupke stated following the game, "turning the ball over just 13 times for the night." Humke also cited Jim Leinbaugh for hauling in 16 rebounds in the game. Leading the LeMars attack were Doug Schultz with 26, Stan Speer with 14, Steve Miller 12 and Mike Lenichan with 10. Game Battle Falls Short For Graettinger Matmen Graettinger put up a game battle but fell at the hands of Albert City 36-21 in wrestling competition Tuesday. The Pirates gained falls by J. R. Brown at 185 pounds and Gary Boecker in the heavyweight class along with decisions from Mike Guinn at 98, Joe Ferrell at 112, and Denny Jacobson at 145. Guinn's win at 98, a 5-2 decision, came against Albert City's Gary Peterson who had a 15-2 record going into the dual and Boecker's heavyweight victory, coming in 2:41, was over Randy Smith with a 16-1 record. Ferrell decisioned Tim Meyers 3-1 at 112 pounds and Jacobson decisioned Valentine 5-1 at 145 pounds. Gaining decisions for Albert City were J. Hildrith with a 4-3 decision over Dean Refsell at 119 pounds, and J. Meusenbur- ger with a 6-2 decision over Paul Ferrell at 126. Winning via falls for Albert City were Sid Peterson with a fall in 3:09 against Ted Lundgren, Guffaston with a fall at 3:53 against Raymond Blinkman, Northland with a 1:50 fall over Randy Struthers, Bolte with a fall in 1:20 against John Anderson, and Scott Darrow in a 2:14 fall against Greg Peterson. Herman McFarland of the Chicago White Sox was the first modern day ball player to hit a grand slam home run, performing the feat May 1, 1901. Loss MALLARD - Clay Central rallied in the fourth quarter of action Tuesday to edge Mallard, 68-56, in girls non-loop play. After gaining an 18-16 lead following the first quarter, Clay Central fell behind 37-33 at halftime and trailed 45-43 after three quarters before gaining the fourth quarter win via free throws. Leading Mallard's attack were Janelle Johnson with 29 points, Jane Rouse scoring 17 and Nancy Ulrich scoring 10. For Clay Central, Donna Gunnerman finished with 21, Mary Tewes with 17, Nancy Kruse with 16 and Maureen Hatland 14. Cherokee Cagers Roll Past LeMars LEMARS — Although only winning by seven points, 87-80, Cherokee had relatively little trouble with LeMars Tuesday Everly Wins From South Pair Clay EVERLY - South Clay became a double victim of Everly's Cattlefeeders Tuesday, the girls suffering an 89-40 loss and the boys losing 75-44. In the girls contest, Everly's Diane Lux paced the attack with 54 points, Lynn Goul had 22 and Pat Fell finished with 12. High for South Clay was Karen Ball with 25. Everly led 17-9 at the end of the first quarter, led 39-22 at halftime and 68-31 after three quarters. In boys action, Everly was in front 13-5 after the first eight minutes, led 31-15 at halftime and 51-24 at the three-quarter mark. Everly sent 10 men into the scoring column for the game with Lee Schonewee hitting 24 and Randy Birchard 21 to pace the attack. High for South Clay were Greg Hamrick with 19 and Loren Bar stead hitting 13.
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