Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 25, 1974 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1974
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SPORTS Big Victory for Swimmers The Carroll Swim Team took a giant step to a possible Iowa West Conference championship as they scored a smashing victory over last year's champions, Sac City, 320 to 201, here Monday night. "It was a smashing victory for us," noted Carroll coach Ellen Sernett. "We hadn't beaten Sac City in six years." Jill Schechinger, Denny Hallinan and Jim Molitor were triple-winners for Carroll. Schechinger, competing in the 13-14 year-old division, captured the freestyle, individual medley and butterfly events. Molitor, swimming in the 13-14 bracket, took top honors in the freestyle, individual medley and butterfly and Hallinan took firsts in the backstroke, freestyle and individual medley in the 11-12 group. Ken Hanneman took two first-places for Carroll and picked up a tie in another. He won the freestyle and individual medley in the 15-and-over class and tied for first with teammate Mike Young Feuerbach's Goal: Olympics PRESTON, Iowa (AP)—"My overall goal is to reach the Olympics," says Bob Feuerbach. Iowa's best high school shot putter this year. If he should reach that goal, he will be the second Feuerbach to qualify for the international competition. His older brother, Al Feuerbach, who still competes with the Pacific Coast Club, made it to the 1972 Olympics in Munich. The younger Feuerbach has already surpassed his brother's best high school throw by one foot, four inches. Al Feuerbach holds the state's eighth best toss, 60—94, thrown in 1966. Bob Feuerbach ranks as Iowa's second best high school shot putter in history. The 6-foot-l, 225-pounder will be a senior next year at Preston High School and hopes to become the all-time leader in that event. His best throw this year came at an invitational meet in Wichita, Kan., on May 31. He won the event with a toss of 62 —2'/4, edging ahead of Mount Ayr's Brent Geringer, who had the previous best this season—a 61—5'-2 effort. The only throw in the book ahead of Bob Feuerbach on the all-time list is the 70—11 throw by Cedar Rapids Jefferson's Doug Lane in 1968. Feuerbach hopes to become the first Iowa orep to hit the 71-foot mark. "I pushed real hard to reach the 60-foot mark this year and I outdid that," he said. "Now I can shoot for the 70-or 71-foot mark. If everything goes right and I work out a good conditioning program, I may reach 64 or 65 feet yet this year. "Then I can pick it up next spring at the 64-foot mark. It's going to take a lot of hard work and time on my part to doit," he said. His high school coach, Rick McLain, said Bob has the potential to reach his goal. "If he works at it there's no reason why he couldn't go over 70 feet," he added. Track isn't the only sport Feuerbach competes in. He has picked up a total of 10 major letters in his three years—three letters in football as a fullback, two in baseball and earning another this summer at third base, and two in basketball to go with his three in track. Feuerbach has plans to attend college with a probable major in business education. He hasn't chosen a school yet. "If I throw as far as I hope to, 68 feet or better, then I could go to the top. If I should happen to stop under 65, then I would like to find a medium- size school where 1 could develop a little slower but still a school with good competition,' 1 said Feuerbach. Twit Regains Top Twit Funeral Home whipped Carpet World, 8-2, in Monday Night's Men's Golf League at the Carroll Country Club and regained first-place. Twit holds a three-point lead now on Carpet World which led after last week's play. In other results, Pizza Hut downed Carroll Bowl, 6-4; Schroeder Carpet whipped Wiedemeier, 8-2; and Jacobsen Travel clipped Comito Realty, 6-4. Low team honors went to Twit with a 132. Members of Ellerbroek's Shoes SUMMER SANDAL CLEARANCE HUGE SELECTION OF WOMEN'S SANDALS AT REAL SALE VALUES White, Red, Navy, Black Patent, Pastels Reg. Price -^". V !. ,' ti, '•N ' Lt J "^' ^ fi^k CITATION to 18.00 NOW Reg. $18.00 ;<^, $14.97 BANDALINO SANDAL to 18.00 NINA to 28.00 Reg. $21.00 $12.97 TOWN& COUNTRY to 22.00 'TEMPOS to 23.00 BASS to 16.00 Reg. $19.00 $12.97 ZODIAC to 18.00 LAMICA to 23.00 PONY to 22.00 FANFARES to 18.00 r. i =-> CLOGS Navy, White, Red, Yellow, Green White, Red, Navy, Natural Reg. to $12.00 Women's Sixes 5-10 Templemeyer in the breaststroke. Double-winners include Darla Deen in the eight-and-under; Susie Henrich in the 9-10 group; and Gina Otto in the 11-12. Deen took the freestyle and backstroke events, while Henrich won the breaststroke and butterfly. Otto gained honors in the individual medley and breaststroke. Other first-places for Carroll individually came from Jane and Joni Henrich in the eight-and-under class; Kathy Shymanski in the 9-10; Matt Lehman in the 9-10; Tom Dalhoff, Matt Furey and Joan Lickteig in the 11-12 bracket; Jane Otto, Renee Dalhoff and the team included Dr. David McCoy, Todd Keith, Dennis Anderson and Tom Farner. Anderson fired a 29 for low net, while he and Jim DeBower carded 38s for low gross. Standings: Twit Funeral 29 Carpet World 26 Jacobsen Travel 24 Wiedemeier 23 Comito Realty 20 Schroeder Carpet 13 Carroll Bowl 13 Pizza Hut 12 HURRY TO ELLERBROEK'S SHOES GREATEST SALE EVER WHILE SELECTION LASTS! ISALE STARTS Wed., June 26,9 a.m. ^A FULL SERVICE ^ BANK 7k FULL SERVICE k BANK A FULL SERVICE x BANIO Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, June 25, 1974 Jim Hallinan in the 13-14 year-old class and Vicki Blum and Bonnie Brown in the 15-18 group. Picking up seconds for Carroll included Ty and Amy Tyrrell, Erv Evangelista and Patty Green in the eight-and-under group; Joan •Lickteig, Gina Otto, Robin Sporrer and Matt Furey in the 11-12 class; Mike Mosher in the 13-14 year-old bracket; and Vicki Blum, Maureen Nurse and Vince Otto in the 15-and-over division. Carroll also piled up a lot of points in the relays where they brought home 11 firsts. Carroll, now 3-0 on the year, entertains Guthrie Center Friday night. 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