The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1956 · Page 26
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February 28,1956 &lgona tipper Algona and But Win Sectional Basketball Titles Only Two Kossuth Teams To Earn District Berths Burl's amazing Bears and Algona s hustling Bulldogs will be Kossuth county's only representatives when boys' district bas- Ketball tournament action begins next week at sites to be announced later. The Bears walloped LuVerne, 82-55, in the class B finale and Algona racked Buffalo Center, VI-56, in the A final in sectional meet at Titonka Saturday night. A summary of scores'during the week down the tournament trail at four sites in this area look like this: At Graeftinger Class B— Rodman 86, Superior 49 Terril 71, Rodman 59 Emmetsburg Catholic 63, Terril 53 (Finals) Class A—Emmetsburg 57, Estherville 54 (Finals) Alt Ringsted Class B—WhUtemore 58, Sen- eca 47 Grant 53, Gruver 38 Dolliver 61, Fenton 31 Ringsted 67, Lone Rock 41 Whittemore Presentation 61 Whittemore 39 Grant 71, Ledyard 67 (overtime) Ringsted 76, Presentation 54 Grant 63, Dolliver 59 Ringsted 77, Grant 52 (Finals) At Rolfe Class B—Livermore 55, Ottosen 53 Bradgate 67, Bode 39 Livermore 60, Rolfe 54 Livermore 64, Des Moines Two. 51 (Finals) Class A—Pocahontas 71, West Bend 61 Pocahontas 72, Laurens 56 (Finals) At Tiionka Class B—Rake 52, Wesley 37 St. Cecelia's 77, St. Joseph's Bode 57 Burt 68, Corwith 60 LuVerne 80, Lakota 41 Woden 56, Rakie 47 Burt 81, St. Cecelia's 73 (overtime) LuVerne 80, Woden 78 (overtime) Burt 82, LuVerne 55 (Finals) Class A — Buffalo Center 59, Swea City 40 'Algeria 64, St. John's 61 Buffalo Center 60, Titonka 52 Algona 71, Buffalo Center 55 (Finals) Algona put together its best team performance of the year to take Buffalo Center into camp. The locals zoomed to a 25-17 first quarter lead, built the bulge to 41-29 at halftime and 5£-41 at the three-quarter mark to win easily. The rebounding and scoring the first half of Rod Kickbush. Bob Slobe and Doug Meyer actually put the game on ice. This trio was aided no end by the strict defensive play of Bob Harms, whose floor game was tops, and Loren Nelson, who was tough on defense and 'finished with 18 points. It was the ball- handling of Harms and Nelson that set up many of Algeria's buckets during the fray. Meyer ran his two-game scoring total to 61 points by leading the locals with 27 tallies during the finale. Kickbush followed Meyer and Nelson with 14 counters. He and Slobe were hampered by early fouls and each missed more than a quarter of action on that account. Doug Meyer was suffering from a touch of the flu, but his performance gave him a 31-point average through the last four games. St. John's Tough Algona had a plenty rocky time getting into the finals. The St. John's Johnnies of Bancroft gave Coach Bob King's crew all it wanted in the semi-final game Thursday night. ' A 34-point scoring blast by Meyer pulled the locals through to the win. Algona led, 24-16, at the quarter and 38-30 at the half, then trailed, 49-46 at the three-quarter mark. The Bulldogs were still behind with three minutes left in the games, 55-54, but then came out of the cocoon, which was woven by fouls and grabbed the verdict. Nelson was second in scoring for the winners with 14 points while Menke got 20, Garry 16. Viiske 12 and Williamson ten for St. John's. The Bulldogs almost lost at the free throw line, but C'Hine up with the fieldgoals at the right time. Hurt's one-sided win over Lu- Vei-ne in the B finals was a definite upset on the basis of the score — 82-55. Burt Mark 22-2 The Bears had racked up 21 straight wins and had a 22-2 mark when the opening whistle sounded, but chances of a vic- .tbry over LuVerne were certainly no more than even. Each team had won two games in the sectional, and the stage was sel for a whing-ding affair. Burt moved in front at the quarter, 16-11, with a deliberate offensive attack. The LuVerne team came back, and the teams left the floor at halftime with the count tied, 29-29. ' LuVerne forged a three point edge in the middle of the third stanza, but Burt came whizzing along and held the upper hand. 45-41, at the three-quarter buzzer. Both teams ran in the final round and Burt ran up the count with a fast-break that LuVerne couldn't handle. John Smiflt, Burl's 6-6 sophomore center, a boy who never attempted basketball until this season, led the scoring parade with 29 points. Right behind him was Jerry Garman with 21. Larry Manus had 13. Mike Ball ten and Gary Giddings nine for Burt, while- Ken Stripling notched 24 and Joe Henderson 20 for Lu- Verne. Burt battled back in the closing half, after trailing by 20 points, to down St. Cecelia's of Algona, 81-73, in an'overtime affair Friday night. Smidt got 29 points in that win, while Cecil Schilmoeller counted 26 and Tom Kinsey 25 for St. Cecelia's. Box scores - finals. Algona (71) FG FT PF Kicbush 6 2 5 Slobe j. 3 2 5 Meyer 12 Nelson 3 Harms 1 Zittritsch 1 Finley _ ._ __0 Kohl' 0 26 FT 2 2 3 12 0 0 0 0 19 Buffalo Center (56) FG FT PF Albers 5 4 4 Costigan 4 0 2 Ashland 0 8 5 West 574 P. Heitland 1 ] 4 D. Heitland 3 0 0 18 20 19 Burt (82) FG FT PF Garman 6 9 3 Manus 5 3 ] Smidt 10 9 0 Giddings 252 Ball 5 0 4 28 26 10 LuVerne (55) FG FT PF Henderson 9 2 3 Tpbey 2 1 4 Weber ] o 4 Stripling 9 6 5 Baker 2 0 0 Miiass .0 0 1 23 9 17 Algona's center, Doug Meyer, shattered the all-time Bulldog single-season scoring record with his 34 points in the sectional semi-finals, and added to the total Saturday night. He now has scored 422 points in 21 games this year, an average of 20.1 per con- test and 36 more th;m he? scoiV'd in 25 games a year ago. Ho has totaled 808 points in the last two years. Barry Recreation To Change Hands Sale of Barry's Recreation, owned for 42 years by the Barry family here, to Lawrence j. Knoll of Charles City, has been announced. The new owner is to lake possession on March 12. Mi- Knoll for 10 years operated a pool hall at Charles City, and has more recently been farming. He is married and the family includes two daughters. The Barry Recreation was originally established by the late Charles Barry and was later taken over by his son, W. A. Barry Sr., who several years ago turned it over to his son, Bill Barry Jr. The latter succumbed to an unexpected heart attack last December. Education does not grow from beautiful buildings. Thrifty Shopping Tips FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE ELGIN WATCH TRADE 'N SAVE EVENT! 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