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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, July 22, 1974
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Carroll Seniors to State. 15-2 T^ IK «. ^1 — - I I *» * • . . .... ___ ^ The Carroll Knights of Columbus Senior Little League All-Stars whipped Perry here Saturday afternoon, 15-2, to qualify for the state tournament starting Wednesday in Muscatine. Carroll will meet Lucas County at 1 p.m. in the four-team double-elimination tourney. At 3:30, Burlington American will go against Beaverdale American of Des Moines. If Carroll wins at 1 p.m., their next game will be Thursday at 3 p.m. If they lose to Lucas County, they will come back and play Wednesday at 6 p.m. It's ironic that Carroll and Beaverdale are in the tournament. The two teams played for third-place honors in the State Little League Tournament three years ago and Carroll won, 4-1. Once again, the Carroll Seniors showed strong pitching as left hander Eric Siemer scattered five hits and struck out 11 in gaining his second tournament win. Siemer was in trouble only in the third when Perry scored its two runs. A double by Randy Ingram scored Kirk Van Kirk with the first run and the second run scored on a fielder's choice. Carroll didn't waste any time jumping on Perry starting pitcher Tom Tierney as they got one run in the first and four more in the second as Tierney left with no out in the second. In the first, Todd Pettitt lined a double to left and scored after a single by Siemer. In the second frame, Tim Schoeppner led off with a double and scored on a double to left center by Joe Kruse to make it 2-0. Carroll added two more runs in the inning as Tom Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, July 27, 1974 1| Any persons o r ^businesses wishing to |help send the Carroll |Senior Little League |All-Stars to the state |tournament starting | Wednesday in Muscatine |can do so by leaving their |contribution with Dennis |0'Grady at the Daily |Times Herald. If writing |a check, make it payable |to Carroll Jaycee Little League. Wilson Claims 7th Men's CC Title Jim Wilson won his seventh Carroll County Club men's golf championship with a seven over par 182 for 45-holes in the two-day event held —Staff Photo Champion — Jim Wilson seized his seventh men's golf title at the Carroll Country Club Sunday, beating Larry Clark and Steve Schulz by four strokes. Wilson had rounds of 75, 69 and 38, for an 182 score over 45 holes. Saturday and Sunday. Steve Schulz and Larry Clark finished tied for second, four strokes back at 186. Schulz, last year's Carroll city champion, took second with a par four on the 4th hole of a sudden death playoff with Clark. Dan Hilsabeck and John Heider finished deadlocked for 4th at 188 while John Greteman was all alone at 193 to claim sixth. Heider was medalist after Saturday's 18-hole round with a 73. Clark, Schulz and Dan Sheehan were at 74 with Wilson at 75. But Wilson's opening 69 on the first two rounds Sunday gave him a four-stroke lead on the field with just nine holes to go- Schulz fired the tournament's best nine hole round with a 33 on the second round Sunday after opening with a 41. Jim Nurse won the 1st flight in a playoff with Greg Beck after both had fired 155 totals for 36-holes. Dr. Robert Winjum took top honors in the second flight with a 161 and Dennis Anderson captured the third flight with a 165. Vernis Juergens topped the field in the fourth flight with a 174 total, with Dale Textor winning the fifth flight at 181. Dick Watson's 193 total was low in the sixth flight. A total of 77 golfers took part in the event. Championship Flight Jim Wilson 75-69-38 182 Steve Schulz 74-74-38 186' Larry Clark 74-76-36 186 Dan Hilsabeck 78-75-35 188 John Heider 73-78-37 188 John Greteman 77-75-41 193 Dr. David McCoy 78-79-37 194 George Provopuios ... .78-75-41 194 Dan Sheehan 74-82-39 195 Rod Sernett 76-82-39 197 Tom Farner 79-82-36 197 Steve Crane 86-76-36 198 George Holmes 78-77-43 198 Bill Feld 77-80-41 198 Fred Dolezal 85-78-39 202 John Norgaard 81-84-39 204 Steve Hilsabeck 80-83-41 204 Bob Friedman 91-94-44 229 Nick Belter 100-95-42 237 Ken Ebner 76-81 WD Todd Keith 85 WD Steve Heider 86 WD First Flight Jim Nurse 75-80 155' Greg Beck 78-77 155 Bob Feldmann 80-76 156 E.G. Pudenz 79-77 156 Al Stroh ' .80-76 156 ' Curly Menke 77-84 161 Frank Liewer 79-82 161 Marshall Crane 80-82 162 Jerry Van Dyke 83-80 163 BobMosher 82-82 164 Dr. N.J. Gradoville 83-83 166 Dick Beck 85-84 169 Second Flight Dr. Robert Winjum 83-78 161 Mike Arts 81-85 166 Frank Beiter 87-79 166 John Dearduff 79-88 167 Vern Henkenius 85-84 169 Crowley Spindler 83-87 170 Gib Johnson 89-81 170 Dave O'Leary 92-86 178 Bob Kraus 88-94 182 Jack Stangl 97 WD Third Flight Dennis Anderson :...82-83 163 Merle Danner 83-86 169" Paul Greteman 81-88 169 Harry Kunz 88-85 173 Jim Heinrichs 92-87 179 Butch Heisterkamp 83-96 179 Les Perschau 88-92 180 Gene Vaatveit 86-97 183 Pat Riordan 95-92 187 Frank Comito 93-97 190 Rav Beck 89-102 191 Dr. J.G. Donovan 87-50 WD Bill Rickard 84-51 WD Bob Schweers 99 wn Reiman slammed up a run-scoring single and Siemer chasing Ken Nurse home on a ground out. Carroll made it 7-0 in the third and held a comfortable 11-2 lead after four frames. The tournament squad is managed by Dennis O'Grady and is coached by Dan Nurse. Squad members include Pettitt, Brad Edwards, Mark Steffes, Siemer, Dan Wittrock, Gary Luchtel, Mark Reicks, Jim Molitor, Schoeppner, Mike Nieland Kruse, Kirk Lengeling, Nurse and Tom Reiman. Box Score: Carroll AB R H BI Pettitt, SS 4 Edwards, RF-CF.. .4 Steffes, RF 0 Siemer, P 3 Wittrock, C 4 Luchtel, C 1 Reicks, LF 3 Molitor, LF 1 Schoeppner, CF.... 3 Nieland, CF 1 Kruse, IB 2 Lengeling, IB 1 0 0 0 Nurse, 3B 4 3 0 1 Reiman, 2B 4 1 2 2 Totals 35 15 8 10 Perry AB R H BI 1 1 0 1 0 1 000 2 1 2 000 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 Ingram, 3B 4 1 2 1 Overton, 1B-P 2 0 1 0 Winter. P 2 0 0 0 Lester, 2B -..2 0 0 0 Tierney, P-1B 3 000 Dreller, LF 2 0 0 0 Petticord, LF 1 0 0 0 Shirbourn.SS 3 0 1 0 Tice, CF 3 0 1 0 Delp, RF 2 000 Graney.RF 1 000 Van Kirk. C 1 1 0 0 Nichols 1 0 0 0 Totals 27 2 5 0 Innings: Carroll 142 402 2-15 Perry 002 000 0-2 E—Carrol 18, Perry 6. LOB—Carroll 8, Perry 6. 2B —Pettitt, Schoeppner, Kruse, Carroll. Ingram 2, Perry. Pitching Summary: IP H BB SO R ER Siemer (WP) ..7 5 2 11 2 1 Tierney (LP) ,.1 42 154 Overton 3.1 37 283 Winter 2.1 13 121 Congratulations, Siemer! — —Staff Photo Manager Dennis O'Grady and coach Dan Nurse along with teammates congratulate pitcher Eric Siemer Saturday afternoon moments after the Carroll Knights of Columbus All-Stars whipped Perry, 15-2, to advance to the State Senior Little League Tournament starting Wednesday in Muscatine. Carroll's first round opponent will be Lucas County at 1 p.m. in the double-elimination affair. The other first round game will match Beaverdale American against Burlington National at 3:30. From left, Nurse, O'Grady, Siemer, Todd Pettitt, Mike Nieland and Jim Molitor. Knights Sweep Gaels Behind Pitching of Kohorst and Gute Fourth Flight Vernis Juergens 85-89 174 Jim Kanne 87-91 178 Ronald Ream 88-93 181 Harvey Fleshner 95-91 186 Darwin Bunger 106-94 200 Jim Schrad 99-104 203 Filth Flight Dale Textor 86-95 181 BobMcKone 93-95 188 Ed Bueltel 94-96 19D Howard Drees 95-98 193 Warren Morlan 101-92 193 MikeMosher 95 WD Kevin Bierl 105 WD Bruce Story 56 WD Sixth Flight Dick Watson 95-98 193 Bill Comito 94-102 196 Perry Petersen 103-94' 197 Bob Olson 100-104 204 Marvin Collison 97-107 204 •Won Playoff Kuemper tuned up for district play here Sunday night taking a quick doubleheader from St. Edmond of Fort Dodge, 5-1, and 2-0. The Knights, now 10-12 on^ the season, open tournament play Thursday night at 8 p.m. against Denison in Carroll Stadium. Alan Kohorst threw a four-hitter in the first game as it was played in an hour and 15 minutes, and Mike Gute tossed a one-hitter in the second game shutout, a game that lasted only an hour and 10 minutes. First Game John Heithoff's single scored Larry McLellan with the first run in the opener as the Knights built up a 4-0 lead through the first five frames. With an 1-0 lead heading into the fourth, Tom Nurse doubled and Heithoff was hit by a pitch. On an attempted pickoff at first, pitcher Tom Maher's throw was wild, allowing both runners to score. Kuemper made it 4-0 in the fifth with another run and made it 5-1 in the sixth as Alan Oswald's sacrifice fly scored Nurse who had earlier singled and had stolen second and third. The Gaels' only run came on three straight singles by Joe Shanks, Dave Baker and Sam Salter in the sixth. Second Game Gute and St. Edmond's Dave Flattery were superb in the 100-plus degree heat as each club only managed one hit. Gute fanned 10 and allowed just a single to Baker, while Flattery's only mistake was a single to McLellan. Kuemper got their two runs in the first as Russ Rupiper and Gute walked. Joe Roetker was safe on an error, allowing Rupiper to score and Gute came home on a sacrifice fly to center by McLellan. Box Score: St. Edmond AB R H BI Ressler.SS 4 0 1 0 Shanks, 2B 3 1 1 0 Leehy.RF 2 000 Baker, IB 2 0 1 0 Donnelly, PR 0 0 0 0 Salter, 3B 3 0 1 1 Eastlund.C 3 000 Baker, LF 1 0 0 0 Knights, See Page 9 All-Stars Win Two Games DENISON — Carroll's Major Little League All-Stars started their tournament play with wins over two Sioux City opponents during the weekend. The Carroll Stars downed Sioux City Northwest 7-5 here Friday in first round district play, then blasted Sioux City East Morningside 15-6 in second round play Saturday. The Carroll Stars now move into third round play Friday, July 26, against the Jefferson Little League Tournament Team at Carroll. The Jefferson squad nipped Perry 10-9 in second-round play. Morningside Game Carroll wasted no time here Saturday in jumping on Sioux City East Morningside as the Stars scored three runs in the first inning on three hits. John Mosher, Ken Knight and Bob Roetker were the first three batters for Carroll and each singled. Mosher and Knight scored on Roetker's single to centerfield. Roetker moved to second on an error and to third as Tom Kruse was thrown out at first. Roetker scored from third as a throwing error was charged to Morningside catcher Mike Peterson in a pickoff attempt. The Stars jumped on Morningside for 10 hits as the Sioux City club used four pitchers in trying to control the Carroll team. Roetker was the winning pitcher in the contest as he pitched five innings after starter John Gradoville gave up three Sioux City runs on no hits. The Stars scored one run in the second inning as Gradoville walked, moved to second on a wild pitch and came in on a double to left field by Lonn Brincks. Morningside used three Carroll errors to score three runs in the second inning. Jeff Clark went to first and around to second base on a throwing error on Carroll third baseman Dave Gute. Rick Wegher walked and both he and Clark advanced on a wild pitch. Clark scored on an error which put Aaron Henkowski at first base. Both Wegher and Henkowski came across the plate as John Rassmussen singled. Carroll's three runs in the third inning came after Ken Ausman doubled, and walks to Gute and Gradoville loaded the bases. Those three scored as Pat Halbur lined a double to left-centerfield. The Stars scored one run in the fourth inning as Knight walked and moved to second on a wild pitch. He came in from second as Ausman shot the ball into centerfield with two outs. Clark's single in the fifth inning scored two Morningside runs, Bobby Larson and Randy Beaulieu. Larson and Beaulieu had each reached base on fielder's choices, advanced on a Carroll throwing error and then scored as Clark blasted a single along the right field line. Carroll used four Morningside errors in the fifth inning to score four runs. Brincks singled to centerfield and moved to third on an error on the centerfielder. He scored as Halbur reached base on an error. Halbur stole second, moved to third on a wild pitch and scored on a sacrifice fly by Knight. Mosher walked that inning, stole second, moved to third on Knight's fly and scored on an error by pitcher John Lewis. Roetker scored the final run of the inning for Carroll as he got on base via an error and moved to second on Kruse's base hit. He moved to third on a passed ball and scored as Gute received a bases-loaded walk. Morningside's scoring ended in the sixth inning as Peterson reached base on a fielder's choice and advanced to third on a single by Larson. He scored as a wild pitch was charged to Roetker, Carroll's final three runs in the contest came in the sixth inning on two hits and four Morningside errors. Scoring for the Stars in the sixth inning were Mosher, Knight and Brincks. Northwest Game First baseman Ausman lashed out three hits and Brincks added two hits and three rbis in Carroll's 7-5 victory Friday over Sioux City Northwest here. Knight was in command on the rnound for Carroll, all except for the fifth inning, scattering six hits, while All-Stars, See Page 9 BURL'S East Edge of CARROLL Hwy. 30 Phone 712/792-4311 Warehouse Sale! WE'RE EXPANDING! Our warehouse has been sold . . . and our new 15,000 sq. fl. of additional Showroom that's being added on to our present showroom to jM'i'ommodule merchandise stored in our sold warehouse will not be completed in lime. So come to UierPs and gel the great furniture buys. Hurry, our fine furniture is moving fast but the choice is still great. 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