The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 37
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Algona Cagers Set Two New High School Records 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Meines Tuesday, February 14, 1956 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Cage Teams Get Set For Start of Boys Sectionals Final preparations are now being made by all boys basketball teams in this area for sectional tournament action which begins next Monday night. Tourney site in this area ar? at Graettinger, Ringsted. Rolfc a'nd Titonka, and teams from classes A and B will fight it out during the week for the right to advance to district competition. At Graettinger. Rodman tangles with Superior Monday at 6:30 p.m. and Cylinder meets Emmetsburg Catholic at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. At Ringsted, Whittemore plays Seneca Monday at 7 p.m.; Ringsted runs into Lone Rock Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. Cruver and Grant meet Monday at 8:30 p.m.; and Fenton plays Dolliver Tuesday at 7 p.m. Whittemore Presentation will meet the winner of the Whittemore - Seneca game Wednesday at 7 p.m. and Ledyard plays the winner of the Gruver-Grant game Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. At Rolfe, in class A, West Bend will meet the winner of the' Pomeroy - Pocahontas contest Thursday night at 7 p.m. In class B, Ottosen tangles with Livermore, Tuesday, 7 p.m. and Bradgate meets Bode Monday at 9:30 p.m. At Titonka, class A—Swea City vs. Buffalo Center, Monday, 8:30 p.m. and St. John's of Bancroft plays Algona Thursday, 7 p.m. Titonka will meet the winner of the; Swea City-Buffalo Center game Thursday at 8:30 p.m. In class B, it's Wesley vs. Rake, Monday, 7 p.m.; LuVerne vs. Lakota, Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Bode St. Joseph's vs. Algona St. Cecelia's, Tuesday, 7 p.m.; and Corwith vs. Burt, Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. Semi-final and final round ac- tion is set for Friday and Saturday nights at all sites. Rodman Wins 2 At Whittemore Rodman's basketcers bounced Whittemore twice at Rodman Feb. 7. The home girls came through with a 60-54 verdict, followed by an 86-36 win for the home team in the finale. The girls game was a dandy all the way. Rodman led, 14-12, at thi> quarter, then built a one point half lime lead to 48-37 at the three-quarter mark. Betty Doty canned 44 points for the winners, while Sandra Vaudt got 31 for Whitemore. Rodman skipped away to a 5610 halftime bulge in the boys game, and with reserves taking over in the final two period: 2 Gal Bowlers Better 200 Mark Carol Godfredsen and Kay Voigt topped the women keglers at Barry's this week. Miss Godfredsen flipped a 211, 177, 189 and Mrs Voigt a 210 and 170. Other lines over 150 were chalked up by Carrell Erdman 171, 172, Jackie Laing 183, 160, 169, 163, Myrna Diekrnan 162, Elaine Vera 164, Mary Lytle 178, 170, 169, I. Cook 182, L. Furst 163, Ramona Amfahr 172, 163, Irene Hanig 163, Frances Wiese 173, Mary George 175, B. Thucnte 178, I. Slobe 160, Sara Raney 165, Mary Mullin 104, Erma Kunz. 165, P. Snyder, 162, L. ErpeJding 160, Vera Erpelding 166. Meyer Dumps In 45 Points In 88-65 Win Iowa Fall* Here Friday; After Second Place In Loop It was "Doug Meyer Night" in the Humboldt gym Friday. The big Algona center, definitely one of the outstanding basketballers in the state, pumped in 45 points in a record-breaking 88-65 win for the Bulldogs over the Wildcats in a North Central Conference game. At least two records went by the boards during the fray. Meyer's 45 point total shattered his previous high of 34, set against Eagle Grove, Jan. 27 this year, and the team total of 88 points broke the old mark of 87 set Feb. 1, 1955 by the Bulldogs during a win over Webster City. The Bulldogs wind up their regular season Friday night when the Iowa Falls Cadets, second place team in the conference, pay a visit io the local gym. Coach Bob King's crew then swings in'lo sectional tournament activity at Titonka Thursday night, Feb. 23, when they meet the St. John's Johnnies from Bancroft. Meyer was more than tremendous against Humboldt. He not only burned up the nets, but also was a slam-bang rebounder and ball handler. He took care of the job of getting the ball up the court and didn't throw the ball away all night. Meyer and his teammate, Rod Kickbush, who sparkled during the game, got Algona off to a quick lead in the opening period. At the end of four minutes of play, Algona had the Wildcats down, 10-2, and the final outcome was quite apparent to the fans. Humboldt came back, and with a balanced attack chopped the margin to 19-13 at the end of the first eight minutes. The early moments of the second round were anxious ones for Algona. 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DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Attend the National Guard "O pen House" at Armory Saturday Doug Meyer * * * North Central Standings W Webster Cily 13 Iowa Falls .10 Eagle Grove 8 Algona 7 Clear Lake 6 Humboldt ... 5 Clarion 2 Hampton 1 L 0 U 5 6 7 8 11 12 Nelson 6 0 4 Fin!ey 1 0 3 Harms 1 0 2 Zittritsch 0 3 3 Kern 0 0 1 Givens 1 0 0 Humboldt (65) 31 26 22 FG FT PF Ernst 3 6 p Ncrvig 4 0 2 K. Naeve 0 2 5 Blomker 9 4 2 Neilsen 3 2 4 D. Naeve -'-0 0 1 Mehl 2 0 4 Price 0 2 0 Marcellus 2 3 0 23 19 18 The win, tenth in eighteen starts for Algona, gave the Bulldogs a 7-6 league mark. The locals hit 26 of 32 free tosses while Humboldt garnered 19 of 34. Meyer missed just two of 17. The Bulldogs gradually pulled away, and by halftime held the upper hand, 43-34. Meyer had 25 points during the first 16 minutes. Humboldt scared the daylights out of the locals in the first three minutes of the third stan/.a when a blistering rally closed the gap to 48-44, but once again Meyer and Co. began to pull away to a 64-53 margin at the three-quarter mark. Loren Nelson began to find the range during the fourth period, and with Meyer and Kick- . bush still controlling the boards, (• helped build up the final 23 point bulge. Meyer's superiority was further pointed up by the fact that Humboldt's two centers, Keith Naeve and Mchl, counted just six points between them during the night. Naeve, the regular who normally scores well, got two free throws before fouling out while attempting to stop Meyer's scoring thrusts. Kickbush was second to Meyer in value during the contest. He tossed in 16 points and was an asset all over the floor. Nelson counted 12 points, while Blomker got 22 and Ernst 12 for the losers. Algona's fresh-soph outfit got things headed in the right direction with a 62-53 win in the curtain-raiser. The little Bulldogs trailed much of the way, but came up with a last half rally to take the game. Tom Zittritsch Rot 19 points, Dick Bahr 15 and Jim Cowan 12 for the Bullpups. Box score - varsity: Alaona (88), : - FG teiefcSiish •—;,___-._.•* Slobe .1 3 Meyer 15 FT 8 0 15 3 1 Academy Five Wins & Loses Over Weekend Holy Family of Mason City blasted St. Cecelia's Blue Knights, 73-25, at Mason City Saturday night. Coach Jim Geelan's Knigh'ts will not see action again until they meet St. Joseph's of Bode in the first round of class B tournament action at Titonka next Tuesday nighl at 7 p.m. St. Cecelia's was never in the Holy Family game. The home team raced away to an 18-5 first period bulge and led throughout. By halftime, Holy Family, due to a red-hot second period, built the margin to 46-17, and the pressure on the Knights' offense kept the locals from making a comeback bid. Holy Family outscored the Knights, 27-8, during the last 16 minutes to win with ease. Cecil Schilmoell,er was the Knights only offensive threat in the game. He came up with 12 points. Tom Kinsey was next with four. Bruns got 26 to top the winners. LuVerne Sectional Champs St. Cecelia's (25) Cink ., 1 Schilmoeller 3 Van Allen 1 Kinsey 1 Seeley ± ± Bebo x 1 Erpelding 0 FG FT PF 0 3 6 0 2 ,0 . 1 0 0 Goecke .0 THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY DRESSES Values From $8.95 to $18.95 $3 each 2 fot $5 HOSIERY per pair Special Table of Slips & Skirts - $1 Downstairs In Rovn's Variety Store St. Cecelia's downed Wesley, 72-51, at Wesley Friday night on the strength of a well-rounded offense. The Knights, off and rolling, zipped to a 21-12 lead at the end of the first stanza and built to the margin as the game progressed. It was 40-24 at the half and 60-30 at the three- quarter mark. 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