Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 10, 1974 · Page 7
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__^___ _ arroll Wins Second Trophy SAC CITY — The Carroll Tigers took home their second track trophy in two nights Tuesday as they out-distanced five other teams to win the 2<nh annual Good Indian Invitational Relays here with 96 points. Two new meet records were set in the ideal early-season weather conditions. Carroll's Tim Fredrickson leaped six feet in the high jump to erase the old record of 5 feet-11 inches set in 1955 and tied in 1969. The other record came in the first running event of the evening as Sac City's Steve (Fuji) Wiesenborn took 29 seconds off the two mile run mark with a 9:45 clocking. Final results of the meet saw Carroll with 96 points, Lake City and Sac City tied with 78 points, Rockwell City with 33 points, Odebolt-Arthur with 23 points and Manning with 20 points. Carroll's strength in the field events, relays and hurdle events paid off for the Tigers as the meet turned into a battle between Carroll and Lake City. After the field events, the Tigers trailed Lake City by two points, 25-23. But after the 100-yard dash, Carroll had taken the lead 43-41 over the Eagles on strong performances in shuttle hurdle relay and the high hurdles. At the end of the mile run, Lake City had again taken the lead by two points, 56-54, with Sac City in third place with 37 points. But Carroll jumped into the lead for good following the 180-yard low hurdles as the Tigers took second in the 880-yard relay, first in the 440-yard dash and three places in the low hurdles. Carroll's Pete Marz took three individual first places in the meet, winning the sot put with a heave of 49 feet-6 1 ^ inches, the high hurdles in :17.2 and the low hurdles in .22.3. Three Sac City performers were also triple winners in the meet. Dan Drey and Lynn Hayworth each ran on the winning 880, medley and 440 relay teams, and Scott Pollock won the pole vault and ran legs on the medley and 440. relays. Although hampered in the sprint relays and the medley relay by the absence of Rick Beyer, the Tigers still were able to gain second place points in each. "I thought we had an excellent effort by all members of the squad," Tiger coach BfTT Foval said while carrying the team trophy to the jubilant Carroll bus. "Our times are getting better. Now we have a week to prepare for our own meet, and I hope we can show the people some good performances." In addition to the Marz and Fredrickson in the field events, and Marz again in the high and low hurdles, the Tigers took first places in three other events. The shuttle hurdle relay team of Steve Harnack, Lonny Lehrkamp, Ken Olsen and Dave Olsen took that event in 1:06.3. Jeff Petersen, who also took third in the high jump, won the 440-yard dash in :53.1. Carroll's mile relay team of Tom Campbell, Byron Finch, Fredrickson and Petersen turned in a brilliant Times Herald, Carroll, la. Q Wednesday, April 10, 1974 O performance in winning that event in 3:43.4. Petersen anchored the relay and took the baton from Fredrickson a good 20 yards behind the Lake City anchorman. Petersen picked up ground and stayed with the Lake City man until the final turn, then turned on the steam and went around him for the victory in the meet's final event. Bringing in big second-place points in the relays were Ted Nam, Mike Cattermole, Fredrickson and Campbell in the 880 relay; Mike Heuton, Ken Olsen, Romayne Wenck and Fredrickson in the mile medley; and Wenck, Nam, Cattermole and Petersen in the 440 relay. In what Sac City coaches call their "over-kill" event, the Indians swept the first three places in the 880-yard run. Ray Glass won the event in 2:11.5 as second and third places went to Gerald Anglum and Dave Stedman, respectively, in 2:14 and 2:15.7. In a special event, which did not count in the point standings, Carroll took the freshman 880 relay in 1:46.6. Members of that team were Mike Heuton, Scott Shields, Steve Dirkx and Todd Buck. Sac City took the freshman 440 relay in :51.5. Cattermole took second place in the 220-yard dash in :25.3 as Nick Johnson, Lake City, won the event in :25. Pete Marz took a third place in the discus and Lehrkamp won third places in the low and high hurdles. Jeff Jung turned in a 5:03.9 in the mile run for third place. Manning's Mark Rowedder won the discus with a toss of 124 feet-four inches. Results: Shot Put — 1. Pete Marz (C), 49-6M-; 2. Larry McCaulley (L.C.), 4^4; 3. Pat Welch (S.C.). 44-2V 4 . Discus — 1. Mark Rowedder (M), 124-4; 2. Larry McCaulley (L.C.), 121-7; 3. Pete Marz (C), 116-4. Long Jump — 1. Mike Heim (R.C.), 18-3^; 2. Nick Johnson (L.C.), 18-2; 3. Randy Renze (M), 17-8. High Jump — 1. Tim Fredrickson (C), 6-0 (new Hwy. 30 East 792-3515 Carroll COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CENTER BELTED OR NON-BELTED HURRY NOW! 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Jon Awtry (L.C.), 5-10; 3. Jeff Petersen (C), 5-6. Pole Vault — 1. Scott Pollock (S.C.), 11-6; 2. Dan Blankenship (L.C.), 11-0; 3. Ken Olsen (C), 10-6. f rwo Mile Run — 1. Steve Wiesenborn (S.C.). 9:45 (new meet record); 2. John Wirtz (L.C.), 10:46.1; 3. John Simpson (0-A), 10:47.6. Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Carroll (tfteve Harnack, Lonny Lehrkamp, Ken Olsen, Dave Olsen), 1:06.3; 2. Lake City 1:08.2. 3. Sac City 1:11.6. High Hurdles — 1. Pete Marx (C), :17.2; 2. John Currie (0-A), :17.3; 3. Lonny Lehrkamp (C), : 17.5. 100-yard Dash — 1. Scott Crandell (R.C.), : 10.8; 2. Neil Stokes (L.C.), :11.2; 3. Tom Gore (M), :11.2. Two Mile Relay — 1. Sac City (Ray Glass, Dave Stedman, Steve Wiesenborn, Greg Glass), 8:30.2; 2. Lake City, 9:03.4; 3. Odebolt-Arthur, 9:04.2. 220-yard Dash — 1. Nick Johnson (L.C.), :25; 2. Mike Cattermole (C), :25.3; 3. Mike Heim (R.C.), 25.5 Mile Run — Gerald Anglum (S.C.), 4:48.8; 2. Scott CrandaH (R.C.), 4.52; 3. Jeff Jung (C), 5:03.9. 880-yard Relay — 1. Sac City (Lynn Hayworth, Alan Youll, Darlo Austin, Dan Drey), 1:40.7; 2. Carroll, 1:41.4; 3. Odebolt-Arthur, 1:41.8. 440-yard Dash — 1. Jeff Petersen (C), :53.1; 2. Mike Heim (R.C.), :54.3; 3. Nick Johnson (L.C.), :56. Low Hurdles — 1. Pete Marz (C), :22.3; 2. John Awtry (L.C.), -.22.3; 3. Lonny Lehrkamp (C), :23.2. Mile Medley Relay— 1. Sac City (Lynn Hayworth, Scott Pollock, Dan Drey, Greg Glass), 3:46.9; 2. Carroll, 4:03;3. Manning, 4:05.4 880-yard Run — 1. Ray Glass (S.C.), 2:11.5; 2. Gerald Anglum (S.C.), 2:14; 3. Dave Stedman (S.C.), 2:15.7. 440-yard Relay — 1. Sac City (Lynn Hayworth, Alan Youll, Scott Pollock, Dan Drey) :47.7; Carroll, :48.2; Lake City, :49.2 Mile Relay — 1. Carroll (Tom Campbell, Byron Finch, Tim Fredrickson, Jeff Petersen), 3:43.4; 2. Lake City, 3:44.7; 3. Sac City, 3:50.3. FORENSICS HONORS Mark Vonnahme, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vonnahme, Carroll, was a member of the forensics team at Loras College, Dubuque, that won third place in sweepstakes at the annual Land of Lincoln Forensics Tournament at Rockford, 111., last weekend. Vonnahme won two excellent certificates in individual entries, oral interpretation and informative speaking. He and four others earned an excellent rating in an interpreters- theatre entry. By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Turning the Tables It was Aoril 26. 1973 and Kuemper and Carroll met in a dual girls track meet tor the first time ever. The final score read Kuemper 94, Carroll 49. But George Lansink's Tigerettes have shown rapid improvement in their second season as Monday they won a triangular with the Knights and Perry. George Lansink In scoring 61 points to 55 for Perry and 40 for Kuemper, the Tigerettes turned in a record-shattering performance as 14 records fell and it's safe to say that those records will keep on falling. Rachel Harmening led the assault by setting* three new marks. She won the high jump at four feet, eight inches; won the open half in 2:36.5 and ran a leg on the mile relay team which did 4.-42. Charged With Posing as G-Man OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A Red Oak, Iowa, man was charged Tuesday with impersonating an FBI agent and passing checks at Omaha shopping centers. Released on $5,000 bond was James Harry Gurney, 24, who was arrested by FBI agents in Red Oak Tuesday after being named in a complaint filed by the FBI. Special Agent in Charge Ronald L. Maley of Omaha said Gurney was charged with violations of the interstate transportation of stolen property and impersonation statutes. Maley said it is a felony to impersonate an FBI agent. "I think the main reason for our success in Monday's meet was that our girls are willing to work," noted Lansink who has borrowed some of his track knowledge from Manilla's Larry BulJock who has a highly-successful program there. 'The girls realize success only comes through hard work. They're willing to go out and work for something," the Tigerette boss continued. Maybe a person can look at the girls basketball program started at the school for one of big reasons for the improvement, but Lansink is quick to point out another reason. "We have a tremendously, close-knit team," as he spoke of his 23-girl squad which is quite smaller in size than Tom Ryan's Kuemper team. "Everyone is for each other and they work very hard to work for team effort," added Lansink. Lansink told me of an example of the team's hard work and dedication. "The work shows up when a girl calls me up at night and says she needs extra tape to run in the morning before school." The Carroll coach points to Bullock's knowledge of track for advice. "I learned something from him. He's the only guy I know who can take seven or eight girls and get the most out of them." "It boils down to the best use of your personnel and that's what we're trying to achieve," Lansink noted. "Bullock'has mastered that and I hope I have learned something." The big victory on Monday can't go to the girls heads, but it's a big step toward better things to come. ELKS CLUB STAG NITE Thursday, April T1 Past Exalted Ruler Knight. The Past Exalted Rolen of Carroll Lodge #1637 will install the 1974-75 Officers at 8:00 p.m. Dinner begins at 6:30 with T-Bone Steaks on the menu. Ladies are invited for the Installation at 8:00 p.m. After the meeting, Marie will be at the organ for your singing and listening pleasure. 4 Ford Explorer Special pickup offers three different discounted groups of extras ... Including power steering, Cruise-O-Matic transmission, air conditioning, box rails, lots more. 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