Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 9, 1974 · Page 5
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1974
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Kuemper, Carroll, G-R Win By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) AUDUBON — It was a great day for three Carroll County high school track squads here Monday night as Kuemper, Carroll and Glidden-Ralston took home team championships in the 14th Annual Wheeler Relays. The Knights under Chuck Van Hecke held off a challenge from the Harlan Cyclones to take "AA" honors for the second straight year with 78 points, while Harlan came up with 64 points and Denison third with 51 points. Bill Foval's Tigers, who seem to get better every meet, ran away with the "A" crown with 97-Vz points, while Lake City took second with 78 points and Adair-Casey third with 54. Barry Brandt's Glidden-Ralston Wildcats repeated in the "B" division by holding off Panora-Linden. The Wildcats managed 74-% points to P-L's 66. It wasn't one of those record-setting meets as was the case last year when 17 records fell. This year only two went by the wayside. Carroll's shuttle hurdle relay team of Lonnie Lehrkamp, Steve Harnack, Dave Olson and Pete Marz knocked nearly a full second off the record set last year by Manning in 1:04.2. The Tigers' time was a good 1:033. The other mark to fall came in the final event of the night for Class B mile_re_lay teams. The Ar-We-Va Rockets with Terry Huisman, Rich Stof fers, Brian Scott, and Gene Thiedeman running did 3:44.8, bettering the old record by nearly four seconds. The old mark was held by Ar-We-Va that set in 1971 in 3:48.7. There were two triple-winners in the meet, Ar-We-Va's outstanding Gene Thiedeman and Guthrie Center's Jim Washburn. Thiedeman took first in the long jump at 18 feet, 6-% inches; won the 220 in 23.8 and anchored the record-setting mile relay unit. Washburn took the "A" high jump at six feet and won the low hurdles in 21.2 and the highs in 15.8. Two boys were double-winners. Harlans's Mike Larsen took the shot with a heave of 51 feet, 10- l / 2 inches and won the discus at 148 feet. Audubon's fine hurdler Fred Sievers won both his specialities-the lows in 21.8 •end the highs in 15.8. In Class AA, Kuemper grabbed four firsts. Mark Windschitl won the open mile in 4:49.1 and Dan Vonnahme took the open two mile in 10:39 flat. They also got firsts in the mile and medley relays. The mile team consisted of John Heithoff, Russ Rupiper, Bill Neumayer and Mark Hermsen, while the medley was composed of Tony Nockels, Hermsen, Rupiper and Craig Dentlinger. Getting seconds for Kuemper were Tom Nurse in the pole vault at 11 feet, four inches: Bob Friedman in the 880 yard run; Randy Diers in the discus and the mile relay team. The 880 was the only race run by Friedman who was seeing his first action of the year since suffering a hip bruise*. The Knight star looked as if he was going to win his race, but pulled up lame about 30 yards from the finish line and placed second to Harlan's Records Fall as Carroll GirlsWin Track Opener Times Herald, Carroll, la. C Tuesday, April 9, 1974 ^ John Cave who ran a 2:06.6. Friedman's time was2:09.3. "Bob did hurt his hip again," noted Knight coach Chuck Van Hecke. "He still isn't ready yet." About his squad's performance, Van Hecke said, "I'm happy to win, but we didn't do that well today." Besides taking up top honors in the shuttle relay, Carroll grabbed firsts in six other events on its way to the title in Class A. Ted Nam won the 100 in 11.2; Pete Marz took the shot with a toss of 48 feet, 11 inches; Jeff Petersen won the 440 yard dash in 52.7 and the 440, the 880 and medley relay teams won. The 440 yard team consisted of Nam, Petersen, Mike Cattermole and Rick Beyer, while Romayne Wenck, Beyer, Byron Finch and Tim Fredrickson comprised the medley. The winning Tiger 880 unit was made up of Nam, Tom Campbell, Cattermole and Beyer. Picking up second-places were Marz in the high hurdles, Fredrickson in the high jump, Cattermole in the 220 and the two mile relay team. Ken Hanneman competing in the two mile which was an open event and Jeff Jung in A total of 16 Carroll and Kuemper girls track school records were broken here Monday afternoon as the Carroll Tigerettes scored 61 points to win a triangular meet with Kuemper and Perry. The meet was the season opener for both Carroll and Kuemper. Perry had run in the Tall Corn Relays last week in Adel. The Perry gals took second in the meet with 55 points, and Kuemper placed third with 40 points. Carroll led the record breaking parade with 13 new school records, and one record tied, while Kuemper broke three school records. This is the second year of track for all three teams. Leading the way for Carroll was Rachel Harmening who set two individual school marks and ran on the record-breaking mile relay team. Her record came in the high jump with a 4 feet-8 inch effort, breaking her own record of 4 feet-six inches. She trimmed 10 seconds off the old 880-yard run mark with a time of 2:36.5. The mile relay team took three seconds off the old mark with a 4:42 effort. Kuemper broke the school record in the shot put as Pat Rohner came up with a 30 feet-10 inch effort for second place. The old record was 30 feet-8 inches. Jean O'Leary's third place in the softball throw also set a school record, eclipsing the old mark by nearly two feet. Maureen Nurse broke the Kuemper record in the 220-yard low hurdles, running it in :35. Kelly Gordin smashed the Carroll mile run school record with her second place finish. She ran the four laps in 6:28.4. The old record, set by Mary Booth was 7:01.8. Third place in the mile run, Karen Bernholtz, Carroll, of 6:44.5 also broke the old school mark. Carroll broke records in the high jump, shot put, distance medley relay, 440-yard dash, 880-yard relay, 100-meter low hurdles, 880-yard run, 400-meter shuttle relav. 220-yard dash, 220-yard low hurdles, mile run, 440-yard relay and the mile relay. The Carroll school record for the 100-yard dash of :12.9 was tied by Karen Daniel's second place finish. Results: High Jump — 1. Rachel Harmening(x), CHS, 44; 2. Maureen Nurse, KHS, 44; 3. Debbie Walden, KHS, 4-4. Shot Put — 1. DebOnken(x),CHS,31-6; ZJtePat Rohner(X), KHS, and JoaniSutherland.'PHS, 30-10. Discus — 1. Cindy Nicholson, PHS, 91-3; 2. Joani Sutherland, PHS, 89-9V<; 3. Lori Tryon to Jefferson Grid Job ALTA, Iowa (AP)—Jerry Tryon, 33, athletic director and head football and track coach at Alta High School the past four years, announced his resignation Monday. He said he has accepted a dual role as athletic director and football coach at Jefferson. He is a native of Glidden. Tryon, a Buena Vista College graduate, coached at Pomeroy for a 'year and Huxley Ballard for four years prior to going to Alta. His Alta football teams the last three years compiled a 203-1 record, and his 1972 track squad won the Iowa Class B state title. LL Sign-up Sites Named Boys interested in playing in the Carroll Little League can sign-up at either the Uptown Sporting Goods store or Carroll County State Bank, according to league commissioner Bob Beeson. The program is open for boys age eight to 15 and the registration fee is $5. Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help* Reason 1. We are income tax specialists. We ask the right questions. We dig for every honest deduction. We want to leave no stone unturned to make sure you pay the smallest legitimate tax. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 105 WEST 6th, CARROLL OPEN 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. OR BY APPOINTMENT — PHONE 792-2770 Thein, KHS. 75-'/i. Softball Throw — 1. Joani Sutherland, PHS, 197-6; Carol Sutherland, PHS, 180-10; 3. JeanO'Leary(x), KHS, 175-10. 10 Flight Hurdle Relay — 1. Perry (Marsha Winkleman, Modlin, Nancy Modlin and Judy Brobst), 1:15.9; 2. Kuemper, 1:20.9. Distance Medley Relay — 1. Kuemper (Pam Rohner, Lisa Friedman, Joleen Heinrichs and Jean O'Leary), 4:48.9. 2. Carroll(x), 4:50.6. 100 Dash - 1. Pat Rohner, KHS, :12.8; 2. Karen Daniel, CHS, :12.9; 3. Dawn Dillehay, KHS, :13, 440 Dash-1. Cheri Ingalls, PHS, :65.1; 2. Sue Millender(x), CHS. :68.1; 3. Joleen Heinrichs, KHS, :72.2.880 Relay—CarroU(x) (Deanna Peters, Connie Sapp, Julie league and Sue Skinner), 1:57.5; 2. Kuemper, 2:07.7. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Ann Modlin, PHS, :18.5; 2. Pam Jung(x), CHS, :18.6; 3. Sue Maher, KHS, :18.8. 880 Run — 1. Rachel Harmening(x), CHS, 2:36.5; Becky Mallas, PHS, 2:45.1; 3. Diane J.ulich, KHS, 2:50.2.400 Meter Shuttle Relay — 1. Carroll(x) (Jan Conrad, Jennl Peters, Ruth Conway, Maria Cattermole), :59.6; 2. Perry, 1:07.220 Dash— 1. Deanna Peters(x), CHS, :30; 2. Cheri Ingalls, PHS, :30.5; 3. Pam Rohner, KHS, :31.S. 220 Hurdles — 1. Maureen Nurse(x), KHS, :35; 2. Judy Brobst, PHS, :35.5; 3. Rita Harmening, CHS, :36.2. 880 Medley Relay 1. Perry (Nancy Modlin, Sue Carney, Judy Brobst, Cheri Ingalls), 2:07; 2. Carroll, 2:38.5. Mile Run - 1. Becky Mallas, PHS, 6:21.3; 2. Kelly Gordin(x), CHS, 6:28.4; Karen Bernholtz, CHS, 6:44.5. 440 Relay - 1. Carroll(x) (Karen Daniel, Deanna Peters, Connie Sapp, Janet Quinn), :55.7; 2. Kuemper, :57.1. Mile Relay — 1. Carroll(x) (Rachel Harmening, Julie league, Dawni Ruchti, Sue Millender), 4:42; 2. Kuemper, 4:58. (x) Indicates new school record. Tiger Golfers Drop Opener AUDUBON- Audubon spoiled Carroll's boys golfer opener here Monday with a 164 to 180 triumph a's Dave Kneeskern took medalist honors with a 38 for the Wheelers. Brian Beck was low for the Tigers with a 42. Dan Sheehan added a 45, Cliff Stroh a 46 and Jerry Dentlinger a 47. Audubon edged Carroll by one shot, 185 to 186, in the junior varsity match. Todd Pettitt led Carroll with a 44, Tom Reiman added 45. Jeff Jensen came in with a 46 and Jim Petersen shot a 51. Carroll Girls Gain Golf Win DENISON - Carroll High's girls golf squad opened its season here Monday with a 203 to 214 victory over Denison. Carroll's Holly Juergens and Denison's Joan Marin's shared medalist honors with 45s. Other Tiger scores were Deb Osborn and Sue Pettitt with 51s and Janet Haynes with a 56. Cindy Johnson had a 50, Sue Berry a 54 and Chris Vaage a 65 for the rest of Denison's scores. ANOTHER BIRTHDAY? Help celebrate with a Hallmark card. STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll / ~-"J the open mile and Marz in the discus added valuable third-places. "It was a real good overall team effort," Tiger coach Bijl Foval said afterwards. "Us great to win and to score 97-'/z points, we got 25 more than I thought we would get." Glidden-Ralston's route to the "B" crown was balanced, according to their coach Barry Brandt. "We had a good team effort," added Brandt. "The whole team contributed by splitting up the points." The Wildcat boss felt Craig Mosman was outstanding. Mosman won the 100 in 10.7 and took second in the 220. He also anchored the winning 440 yard relay team. Brandt also signalled out Dan Janssen for a good effort. Janssen took third in the open pole vault; led off on the two mile relay team which was second and anchored the mile relay team which placed third. Other good efforts turned in by Glidden-Ralston were Kevin Kinzler in the high hurdles, an event he won in 17.5 and Kinzler adding a second in the high jump. Joel ; McLaughlin picked up a second in the 440 as did the shuttle hurdle and two mile relay squads. Lake City had several people gain top honors. Don Blankenship won the open pole vault at 12 feet, four inches and Uoug Meinen took first in the long jump at 18 feet, two inches. Also, Nick Johnson won the "A" 220 in 24.6 and Neil Stokes, Larry McCaulley and Jon Awtry added second-places in the 220; shot put and low hurdles respectively. Manning's best individuals were Randy Renze who gained third-place in both the long jump and 220; Kent Jahn a second in the 880 yard run and Mark Rowedder a third in the shot. CLASS AA STANDINGS: Kuemper 78, Harlan 64, Denison 51, Audubon 42, Council Bluffs St. Albert 38. Perry 33. CLASS A STANDINGS: Carroll 97-Vfe, Lake City 78, Adair-Casey 54, Guthrie Center 36-Vz and Manning 33. CLASS B STANDINGS: Glidden-Ralston 74-Va, Panora-Linden 66, Ar-We-Va 57, Manilla 48-^, Anita 20, Exira 16. Kcndti: Open Two Mile Run — 1. Dan Vonnahme (K), 10:39; 2. Chaney (H); 3. Ken Hanneman (C). Class AA Discus — 1. Mike Larsen (H), 1484; 2. Randy Diers (K); 3. Lind (P). Class A Discus - 1. Mark Rowedder (M), 129-0; 2. McCaulley (LC); 3. Pete Marz (C). Class B Discus — 1. Jeff Jensen (E), 140-6; 2. Jacobsen (Ma); 3. Reynolds (P-L). Open Pole Vault — 1. Don Blankenship (LC), 12-4; 2. Tom Nurse (K); 3. Janssen (G-R). Class AA Long Jump — 1. K. Thomas (SA), 19-2-Mi; 2. Jacobsen (H); 3. Moreland (A). Class A Long Jump — 1. Doug Meinen (LC), 18-2; 2. Sorber (A-C); 3.Renze (M).ClassB— Long Jump — 1. Gene Thiedeman (AWV), 18-6-%; 2. Van Pelt (P-L); 3. Van Pelt (P-L). Goes Over Carroll's Rachel Harmening Monday set school records in the high jump and the 880-yard run and ran on the record-breaking mile relay team as the Carroll and Kuemper girls track teams opened their seasons in a triangular meet with Perry. Carroll won the -Staff Photo meet with 61 points, while Perry finished second with 55 and Kuemper third with 40. Harmening (above) clears 4 foot-eight inches in the high jump for the school record. The Carroll girls broke 13 school records in the meet, and the Kuemper gals set three school records. Class B High Hurdles - I. Kevin Kinzler (G-R), 17.5; 2. Gregory (G-R); 3. G. Van Pelt (P-L). 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