Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 22, 1974 · Page 6
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ni cvVitc r* -Tf T 1112* 1110* VF^-i-V A ^^7 J ^—^ SAC CITY - Kuemper <•;> nt u red the Class A championship and ' ;in.kk'M-Ralston took the "B" title HI the Sac Relays held IH.TC Saturday on a windy day. Tin.- Knights edged Storm 1 akt. and Prairie of Cowrie by scoring 47'/ 2 points to Storm Lake s 43 and Prairie's 40Va. Carroll was fifth with 28 (.iiiflden-Ralston finished (tn ni in the final event — the miK- relay — to take the "B" iiiihiii s with 36 points as ( 'em i a 1 Webster placed ;•.< vond with 33 points and Lake \ ic<v Auburn third with 31. One record was tied as iinng winds hampered (HI.-, ilile record performances. Sm 1 i ity's medley team did :i •!.'> < to tie the old mark set in !%;< i)v flockwell City and 1957 '". ; liiTokee. In that race Sac ;'it\ sophomore Greg Glass i,,i> .,;• 00. 6 880 leg. Kuemper's only first came MI in,- two mile relay. The IIMIII of John Heithoff, Russ Rupiper, Kevin Fee and Craig Dentlinger coasted home in 8:39.2. But the Knights had a lot of balance as they placed in 13 of the 19 events. Carroll had one first-place as Tim Fredrickson took the high jump with a leap of six feet. High finishes for Kuemper included Rick Friedman taking third in the high jump; Dan Vonnahme second in the two mile run; Tom Nurse second in the pole vault; Mark Windschitl and Roger Schrad, second and third respectively in the mile and Dentlinger second in the 880 yard run. the Knights also got a third in the medley relay. That team consisted of Bill Neumayer, Tony Nockels. Mark Hermsen and Russ Rupiper. Carroll's high finishes included a second by Pete Marz in the shot put and the shuttle hurdle and 440 yard relay teams that placed Tiflf^ft JS£S.ss£ 7 Knights Get 2nd _^B_ _•_ ^-/ U ^^. ^ L^ y Class A Result;*; ^^^^^^^ ^^^^" ^^^ ^^^^~ -^^^^ --^^^ iti __ 41 ,_ ft..__!!„ tj.,1-... ' • A......U«r. 1 . M 1 A "T^T A A "^1 in Invitational second. The shuttle relay team was comprised of Lonnie Lehrkamp, Marz, Dave Olsen and Steve Harnack and the 440 unit consisted of Ted Nam, Rick Beyer, Jeff Petersen and Tim Fredrickson. That same group also got a fourth in the medley. Perry's Ron Sutherland was the only double-winner. He took the 100 in 10.2 and later won the 220 in 22.7. Lake-View-Auburn had an individual first as Kim Bromley took the 120 yard high hurdles in 17.1. Lake City's Don Blankenship took the pole vault at 12 feet. Glidden-Ralston won the "B" crown as they got some valuable points with first-place finishes in the shuttle hurdle and 880 yard relays. The shuttle hurdle team consisted of Brian Johnson, Phil Nelson, Kevin Kinzler and Mike Hunt. The 880 team was composed of Mark McCrea, Dale Rose, Dan Janssen and Craig Mosman. The mile relay team which got that important third-place was made up of Joel McLaughlin, Rick Van Scoy, Rose and Janssen. Lake View-Auburn took the mile relay in 3:42 and was comprised of Larry Schoeneboom, Brian Mohr, Don Pick and Gerry Blessington. CLASS A STANDINGS: Kuemper 47'/2, Storm Lake 43, Prairie of Cowrie 40'/ z , St. Edmond of Fort Dodge 30, Carroll 28, Audubon 24, Perry 22, Sac City 22, Lake City 11 and Rockwell City 9. CLASS B STANDINGS: Glidden-Ralston 36, Central Webster 33, Lake View-Auburn 31, Lohrville 30, Paton-Churdan 28, Northwest Webster 8, Newell-Providence 4 and Scranton 3. Own Field Remits: High Jump— 1. Tim Fredrickson. Carroll.. 6-0; 2. Rob Elk. Storm Lake; 3. Rick Friedman, Kuemper; 4. Rusty Bell, Prairie; 5. Craig Dentlinger, Kuemper. Discus — i. Paul Coon. Lohrville, 138'*; 2. Mike Lind, Perrv; 3. Allen Kles. Newell-Providence: 4 Mike McCaffery. Kucmoer; 5. Greg VogeJ. Paton-Churdan. Long Jump — 1. Jim' ftossmanith, Prairie, 2M; 2. Dave Foster. Lohrville; 3. Mark Hermsen, Kuemper f ^h'ni"MeIiKofTrKuemper:'5. Mike "Toyne, Lohrville. Shot Put — 1. nave Farnam. Prairie, 46-10; 2. Pete Marz, Carroll. 3. Larry McCaulley. Lake City; 4. Dan Bartels, Storm Lake; 5. Greg Vogel, Paton-Churdan. Two Mile Run — 1. Steve'Weisenborn, Sac City. 10:16.5; 2. Dan Vonnahme, Kuemper; 3. Charles Christiansen. Lohrville; 4. Bub Anglum. Sac City; 5. Tim Gradoville, Kuemper. 120 High Hurdles - I. Kim Bromley, Lake View-Auburn. 17.1; 2. Jeff Haberer, Perry; 3. Kevin Kinzler. Glidden-Ralston; 4. Monte Ilubel, Audubon; 5. Rob Elk. Storm Lake. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Ron Sutherland, Perry, 10.2; 2. Craig Mosman. Glidden-Ralston: 3. Jim Rossmanith, Prairie; 4. Paul Baedke. Prairie; 5. Russ Rupiper. Kuemper. Pole Vault — 1. Don Blankenship, Lake City, 12-0: 2. Tom Nurse, Kuemper; 3 SqaU Pallas*.Sac City; 4. Mark Johnson, Storm Lake; 5. Dave Felton, Storm Lake. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Ron Sutherland, Perry, 22.7; 2. Paul Baedke. Prairie; 3. Mike Toyner, Lohrville; 4. Mark Hermsen. Kuemper; 5. Russ Stammer, Storm Lake. Mile Run — 1. Rod Rieken, Central Webster, 4:39.6; 2. Mark Windschitl, Kuempor; 3. Roger Schrad. Kuemper: 4. Mike Springer, SI. Edmond; 5. Ecklund, Prairie. 440 Yard Run — 1. Greg Sorensen, Audubon, 53.2; 2. Brent Donaldson, Storm Lake; 3. Joel McLaughlin, Glidden-Ralston; 4. Russ Stammer, Storm Lake: 5. Rick Friedman, Kuempcr. 180 Low Hurdles — 1. Fred Sievers, Audubon, 21.3; 2. Brent Wicker, Lake View-Auburn; 3. Don Pick, Lake View-Auburn; 4. Ron Hoyle, Paton-Churdan; 5. Jetf Haberer. Perry. 880 Yard Run - 1. 2. Carroll (Lonnie Lehrkamp. Pete Marz. Dave Olsen. Sieve Harnnrk i: 3 Storm Lake Two Mile nelay — 1. Knemper 'John Heithoff, Russ Rupiper. Kevin Fee. Craig Dentlinger), 8:39.2; 2. St. Edmond; 3 Prairie; 4. Storm Lake; 5. Lake City. Medley Relay — 1. Sac City. 3.45.3. tied record set in 1957 by Cherokee and 1969 by Rockwell City; 2. Rockwell City; 3. Kuemper, (Bill Neumayer, Tony Nockels. Mark Hermsen. Russ Rupiper); 4. Carroll (Ted Nam. Rick Beyer. Jeff Petersen. Tim Fredrickson); 5. Prairie. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Prairie. 1:36.6; 2. St. Edmond; 3. Carroll (Ted Nam. Mike Cattermole. Jeff Petersen. Rick Beyer i; 4 Storm Lake; 5. Lake City. 440 Yard Relay I. Storm Lake. 47.1; 2. Carroll (Ted Nam. Mike Cattermole. Jeff Petersen. Rick Beyer); 3. St. Edmond; 4. Audubon; 5. Perry Class A Mile Relay -1. Storm Lake, 3:36.8; 2. St. Edmond; 3. Prairie; 4. Sac City; 5. Kuemper (John Heithoff, Rick Friedman. Bill Neumayer, Mark Hermsen) Clans B Results: Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Glidden-Halston (Brian Johnson, Phil Nelson, Kevin Kinzler, Mike Hunt). 1:05.3; 2. Paton-Churdan, 3. Scranton. Mile Relay — 1. Lake View-Auburn (Larrv Schoeneboom. Brian Mohr. Don Pick), 3:42.0; 2. Lohrville; 3. Gliaaen-Kalston; 4. Central Webster; 5. Northwest Webster. Two Mile Relay — 1. Central Webster, 9:04.1; 2. Paton-Churdan; 3. Glidden-Ralston; 4. Lake View-Auburn; 5. Lohrville. Medley Relay — 1. Central Webster, 3:53.4; 2. Lohrville; 3. Northwest Webster; 5. Lake View-Auburn; 5. Paton-Churdan. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Glidden-Ralston (Mark McCrea. Dale Rose. Dan Janssen, Craig Mosmani; 2. Paton-Churdan; 2. Central weoster; i. Northwest Webster; 5. Newell-Providence. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Paton-Churdan (Kim Tasler, Chris Brown, George Erickson. John Johnson), 46.9; 2. Lake View-Auburn; 3. Central weoster; 4. Glidden-Ralston: 5. Northwest Webster. ommings Pleased With Iowa Scrimmage i U W A CITY, Iowa i A!'i Bob Commings made in.-, lit but Saturday as head ! oo t t) a 11 coach at the » u i > i-rsity of Iowa, and iiovM'd how to really take * 'Mi i:t- of a game. With his team leading and nude ihan 10 minutes remain- nij; in the annual spring inter- squaii game, he simply said the >;ame was over. i was afraid we'd end in a tie and blow the whole thing," joked Commings, who had eaiMier promised to win his opening game as Hawkeye head coach. Actually, I thought we had had a ^ood scrimmage and I didn't want to belabor the jwint." Commings said, praising the steady work of quarterbacks Bob Ousley and [.>oii>; Ueichardt and running (jacks Mark Fetter and Royce Mix. Mix led all rushers with 62 \ards in 14 carries. Fetter u'ained 58 yards in 14 attempts and scored both Black touchdowns on short plunges during the second period as the Black "Iowa" team held on to win the abbreviated game 15-7. Reichardt, a freshman, directed the Black attack completing four of 10 attempts for 39 yards in the tricky winds that swirled through Kinnick Stadium. Ousley passed for 82 yards, completing six of 13 attempts, including a touchdown toss to freshman split end Bill Schultz for the Gold team's only score. Schultz pulled down four passes for 62 yards, most of them during the third period scoring drive which covered 70 yards in seven plays. In that drive, Ousley managed to pick apart the Black team's defense which was loaded with the Hawkeyes' top seconday unit. But the junior from Detroit, Mich., was sacked for minus 28 yards for the day. Junior fullback Doug Nelson carried the ball 11 times and ran for 50 of the Gold team's 96 rushing yards. $ports Glances JB* Big 10 Baseball Iowa and Wisconsin both swept doubleheaders Saturday to vault into a tie for the Big Ten baseball lead. Iowa's Dave Marshall singled home the winning run m the seventh inning of an opening 9-8 victory over Michigan State and Bryan Jones paced the Hawkeyes in a 10-4 second game victory with a pair of homers and a double. Wisconsin sidelined Northwestern in the opener, i :'. and beat the Wildcats in Hie nightcap, 12-11. c aps Grab Lead Goaltender Dave McLelland recorded the second shutout of the best-of-seven series between Des Moines and Saginaw to lead the Capitols to an 8-0 Turner Cup playoff victory between the two International Hockey League teams in Des Moines Saturday night. Des Moines now leads the series 3-2. The teams meet in Saginaw Tuesday night for the sixth game and will return to Des Moines Thursday night for a seventh game if Saginaw wins at home. McClelland turned aside 29 shots while rightwinger Steve Reichardt. who was also forced to scramble several times, gained 32 yards in five carries. Commings singled out defensive back Shanty Burks as an example of the Hawkeyes' concentration on defense. Burks, a freshman from Detroit, Mich., made six unassisted tackles— most of them the jarring, teethrattling kind—for the Gold team. "We hit like hell," Commings said of his defense. "Those kids were really clubbing the ball carrier." "And we executed well, considering we've had just four weeks to work on offense." Quarterback Butch Caldwell, linebacker Andre Jackson and at least eight others tabbed by Commings as probably starters did not see action Saturday because of injuries. D e s p i t e the hard-hitting scrimmage. Commings said the only apparent injury was a pre^ame dislocated finger Coates carded a hat trick for the Caps. A sellout crowd of over 4,000 saw six major fights on the ice which brought a total of 105 minutes in penalties. Spanish Golt American Jerry Heard finished with a nine-under-par 279 to win the $65,000 Spanish Golf Tournament by six strokes Sunday over Masters champion Gary Player of South Africa. Dinah Shore Golf Jo Ann Prentice birdied the fourth hole of a sudden death playoff and beat Jane Blalock to capture the $200,000 Dinah Shore Winners Circle Golf Tournament. Prentice won $32,000 in the richest women's tournament on the LPGA. suffered by freshman nose guard Greg Hearns. But the 227-pounder from Detroit, Mich., still managed to be the game's top tackier with eight solo stops and four assists for the Gold team. Sophomore defensive tackle CIRCLE CASH WAY Your Super Market of Building Supplies ..IMTW1. T .ay. WE ARE NOT FULLY STOCKED YET BUT WE WILL SELL WHAT WE HAVE. SO PLEASE STOP IN OR GIVE US A CALL. HOURS: Mon. »hru Fri. 7:30 to 5 Sat. 7:30 to 4:30 WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING SOON The BRAND of BARGAINS HWY. 71 NORTH CARROLL, IOWA Mike Loposof Meriden,Conn., led Black defenders with 11 tackles, five of them unassisted. Commings, who served as moderator for the semi-controlled scrimmage, kiddingly chided his assistant coacnes after the game: "I don't think they called a very good game, and I'm not going to let them do it any more." "I only called two plays all day," Commings deadpanned, "and they were both touchdowns." AUDUBON — Kuemper finished second and Carroll fifth in the Wheeler Golf 1'nvitational held here Saturday as host Audubon won t.he crown. Medalist Dave Kneeskern's >'!0 led the Wheelers to a 337 >.otal as the Knights had a 339 and Carroll a 347. Other Wheeler scores included Bob Monahan with an 83, Mike Smith with an 85 and Curt Lindholm with an 89. Jeff Hunter led Kuemper with an 81 as he tied Coon Rapids' Brian Stawarz for runner-up honors. Steve Schulz added an 82, Steve Garbier an 83 and Mark iPollastrini a 93 for the Knights. Carroll was led by Dan Sheehan with an 85. Brian Beck was next at 86, followed by Todd Pettitt with an 87 and Tom Reiman with an 89. Other teams competing and their scores included Shenandoah with a 342: Atlantic with a 346; Denison with a 357; Perry with a 368 and Coon Rapids last with a 382. Kuemper took a second team to the Storm Lake Invitational at Lake Creek golf course and the Knights placed llth in the 13-school field as Gehlen of LeMars won with a 340. Kuemper finished at 393. The Knights scores included Joe Kruse with an 87, Scott Tessmer with a 99, Tim Gute with a 101 and Marty Thelen with a 106. Spencer took second behind Gehlen with a 342, while Estherville was third, LeMars fourth and Cherokee fifth. Meiners Top Shooter in Rifle Event Ken Meiners was the top shooter in the Carroll Junior Rifle Club Championships held Saturday night. Meiners shot 173 out of 200 possible points. Philip Jones was second with 170 and Curt Augustus third with 162. Philip Jones won the sitting position in a tie-breaker with Curt Augustus with an 85. Winning the 11 year old class was Craig Augustus with 87 out of 100. Jim Bernholtz won the 12 year old class with 89. Dave Kalkhoff won the 13 year old class with 82 and Dave Sterns the 14 year old class with 77. Bill Riesberg won the 15 and over class with an 81. Except for one class on Wednesday night of this week, the shooting season for the Carroll Junior Rifle Club has drawn to a completion. Classes and the Hunter Safety Course will be offered again next fall. FOXTAILS VEtVETLEAF (Buttonweed) COCKLEBUR JIMSONWEED SMARTWEED _# w Lasso pius oencor. there are more s than one herbicide can handle. 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