SIMPSON AND W.C. FANS HAVE 'CHAT' Algona Matnten 29, Webst City 11 BY CHAMP MARTIN Algona wrestlers started the new year off right with a 29-11 victory over a physically-strong but short on know-how Webster City team here Friday night. The Bulldogs won nine of the 12 matches to boost their dual record to 5-2-1 for the season. Webster city entered the meet with a 5-2 dual record including a win over Humboldt, conqueror of the locals last month. -MATCH RESULTS- 98 Ibs. - Mark Miller earned his spot back on the varsity and came through with a 4-2 win over Pat Ribbey. Miller lost a first period takedown but came back with a predicament and reversal to start the evening with a win for Algona. 105 Ibs. - Dan Menneke got back on the winning trail as he bear-hugged Dennis Gibbs to the mat for a takedown, then cruised to a 6-2 victory to give Algona a 6-0 lead. 112 Ibs. - Doug Ulrick was holding his own with experienced Lonnie Keller till he was put on his back and lost a fall in 1:39 of the first period. 119 Ibs. - Mike Putney soundly beat Dave Burnett, Webster's top wrestler, 7-2, as he executed two swift arm drag takedowns and added a predicament and an escape to coast to victory. Burnett brought a 9-1 record into the meet. 126 Ibs. - Paul Martin had a bad night as he lost a one-sided 9-2 count to Mark Hanson. Hanson scored two takedowns, a reversal and a predicament to out- horse the young Bulldog. Martin's points came on a reversal in the second period. 132 Ibs. - Terry Alt lost a takedown only three or four seconds after the referee blew the starting whistle and that ended the scoring for the entire match as neither matman could get points from there on. Alt came on strong in the third period but the Lynx played defense and couldn't be turned over. 138 Ibs. - Action picked up briskly as Scott Buchanan and Stan Britson went to work. Buch- Burt And Swea STATE LINE Burt Swea City Armstrong Lincoln-Central Rake Ringsted Thompson Lakota Sentral Titonka Ledyard Woden-C. Lake BOX'S — ' W 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 Swea City made a game between previously unbeaten State Line Conference boys basketball teams look like a mismatch Friday by trouncing Lincoln-Central of Gruver. The 5-0 Trojans now share the league lead with just one team, Burt, winners over Sentral Friday. Swea City has an 8-1 season record, losing by two points to state-ranked Buffalo Center of the North Iowa Conference. Burt is unbeaten in seven games. In girls play in the conference, Armstrong and Woden-Crystal Lake also tusseled in a game of 3-0 teams, with Woden-Crystal Lake emerging the winner. Lakota, 3-0, didn't play a conference game Friday. L 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 4 4 4 5 5 FRIDAY BOYS Swea City 80, L-C 50 Burt 86, Sentral 50 Rake 56, Lakota 49 Thompson 58, Ledyard 37 Ringsted 65, Titonka 30 Armstrong 84, Woden-C.L. 51 FRIDAY GIRLS Woden-C.L. 83, Armstrong 78 Sentral 60, Burt 58 Ringsted 87, Titonka 74 Thompson 68, Ledyard 40 Swea City Over L-C SWEA CITY -SweaCity'sonce- beaten Trojan basketball team cruised to its second straight 80-point scoring night here Friday, disposing of Lincoln-Central, 80-50. Both teams were unbeaten in State Line Conference play with 4-0 records going into the game, but the visitors were never in the game. Swea City now has an 8-1 overall record. COACH GARY Ristau again stressed rebounding as the key to a one-sided outcome in the Trojans' favor. Swea City has been averaging more than 55 rebounds per game, and they had 63 Friday, 26 on offense and 37 on defense. The visitors only had 37 total rebounds. Swea City also shot 43 percent from the field, getting off 80 shots. Although guard Mark O'Green followed a 27-point scoring game with no pointsFri day, Ristau said his defensive play was very valuable. He also praised the other starting guard, Chuck Larson, who hadlSpoints, 14 assists and nine rebounds. Wayne Langerman continued to assert himself, leading the Trojans in scoring with 20 points. The Swea J-V also won, 69-46, giving coach Chuck Miller's team a 9-0 record. 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 35 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 10-21 0 0 6 2 0 4 0 80 M. O'Green A. Wiechmann C. Johnson P. Greimann D. Pingle M. Kollasch J. Mino Totals Score by Quarters at Swea City 23 44 64 80 Lincoln-C 11 23 36 50 Burt-Sentral Split BURT - The Burt boys basketball team made it seven wins in seven games by handing Sentral, opponent No. 7, an 86-50 defeat. The^JteB| kt the,.. Bftars in a first-plac^ i.tte? with S^ea" City, also 5-0•.«!!the State tine Conference "now. SENTRAL FOLLOWERS also had something to celebrate Friday night--a 60-58 win in the girls game. The Satellites led 59-53 with 1 1/2 minutes to go and were able to hold off the surging Burt team until time ran out. Sentral's Sally Hanna played well defensively, guarding high- scoring Burt freshman Patty Grubb. However, Miss Grubb still scored 34 points. Maria Waite fired in 47 points for the winners, who were also aided by the 10- point scoring of Darlene Uthof. Roberta Zwiefel scored 12 for Burt. Burt got off 101 shots in the boys game, perhaps a school record. The Bears didn't start quickly, with Sentral tying them up 8-8 midway through the opening quarter. Burt plays at Ringsted Tuesday in another conference game. SENTRAL GIRLS SWEA CITY T. Richardson D. Richardson J. Richardson C. Larson W. Laugerman FG 2 5. 7 7 8 FT 2-4 2-4 1-2 1-3 4-5 3- M. Waite m D. UJthof M C. Johnson '" D. Ohnemus l ~ S. Hanna l ~ A. Krause !e K. Dreyer :0 Totals •e BURT GIRLS '1 M. Person P. Grubb R. Zwiefel in Cindy Sill •y B. Batt 16 S. Zwiefel 15 A. Lavrenz > 5 Totals FG FT F 21 5-9 1 '4 2-4 3 1 1-3 3 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 5 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 26 8-16 14 FG FT F 2 1-2 1 11 12-17 2 3 1-2 0 6 0-0 1 0 0-0 5 0 0-0 3 0 0-0 2 22 14-21 14 ^ Score by Quarters 57 Sentral girls 19 ly Burt girls 23 r- SENTRAL BOYS iff rk K, Johnson nt C. Tipple i- J. Mueller ve W. Gerhart so H. Ostwald d, S. Tipple ;s , Totals to BURT BOYS o- F, Becker ;s . T. Lappe :6, S. Madsen ,m M, Behrends D. Heyes D. McFarland TP R. Sarchet 6 B. Lappe 12 Totals 33 47 60 36 43 58 FG FT TP 8 8-9 24 2 0-2 4 3 3-4 9 4 1-5 9 1 2-24 0 0-1 0 18 14-23 50 FG FT TP 5 0-2 10 12 1-1 25 6 0-0 12 7 1-2 15 1 0-0 2 2 0-0 4 7 0-0 14 2 0-0 4 42 2-5 86 15 Score by Quarters 15 Sentral boys 9 20 Burt boys 23 25 41 50 40 ' 62 86 anan scored a takedown, then reversed for two points in the final stanza of a lively bout to win 4-0. 145 Ibs. - Top honors for the evening went to freshman Kevin Fett who sneaked out a last few seconds 6-5 victory over senior Dan Doolittle. Fett led 5-3 at one point in the last period KEVIN FETT Rake 56, Lakota 49 LAKOTA - Lakota challenged Rake before losing a 56-49 state Line Conference boys basketball game here Friday. Lakota won the preliminary game, however, 38-30. THE PLAYOFDarylCushman, Roger Fiderlick, Bob Johnson and Paul Peterson, kept the Eagles close to the Tigers all the way, but the eight-point spread at the end of the third quarter was only shaved a point in the final eight minutes of play. Lakota shot 90 percent from the free throw line, making nine of 10 attempts. 'LAKOTA;-' T. Hanken D. Cushman P. Peterson B. Johnson M. Berg D. Siemens R. Fiderlick Totals FG 0 6 2 4 0 0 8 20 2-2 3-3 3-3 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 9-10 TP 2 15 6 9 0 1 16 56 Score by Quarters Lakota boys 12 21 31 49 Rake 16 26 39 56 Thompson Wins Two THOMPSON - Thompson had little trouble, except for a second quarter spurt by Ledyard in the boys' game in sweeping two State Line Conference basketball games here Friday. TWENTY POINTS by Jill Bauman and 13 by Karma Engelbarts led the visitors in the first game. Terry Blome scored 16 points, Jerry Bauer eight and Rick Bauer seven for Ledyard in the second game. LEDYARD GIRLS J. Bauman K. Engelbarts L. Busch K. Engelbarts J. Busch J. Griese B. Warner D. Beenken C. Gibson C. Blome Totals Score by Ledyard girls Thompson FG FT F 9 2-4 3 4 5-7 0 2 0-0 0 1 1-3 0 0 0-0 6 0 0-0 5 0 0-0 4 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 6 0 0-0 1 16 8-14 26 Quarters 9 17 30 40 girls 15 34 46 68 LEDYARD BOYS R. Bauer T. Blome D. Reese J. Bauer P. Underbakke Totals FG 3 6 2 4 0 15 FT 1-1 4-7 1-2 0-0 1-4 TP 7 16 5 8 1 7-14 37 Score by Quarters Ledyard boys 9 24 34 37 Thompson boys 22 36 50 58 Pass Figure Skating Tests Craig Giddings and Dave Me Farland, both of Burt, passed their 1 and 1 B Figure Skating tests at the Carousel Skating Center in Des Moines recently. Both young men who are 16, take advanced skating lessons at the Jolly Time Skating Center in Algona. but was taken down to knot the score at 5-5 with about a half minute left. Kevin then exploded for a match ending escape to clinch the victory. 155 Ibs. - Todd Christenson seemed to be regaining his early season form as he won a clear cut 6-2 victory over Jon Jessen. Jessen scored a first period takedown but Chris came back with a reversal and near fall, plus an escape to win handily. 167 Ibs. - Gene Hunt ran into another unwilling wrestler as the defensive Mark Miller was penalized for stalling in their 6-0 bout with Hunt doing all the work the whole match. Hunt boosted his season's record to 16-0 as he coasted to another easy win. 185 Ibs. - Les Simpson used the taunts of the Webster City fans of "You can't pin him, Simpson," to a good advantage as Les cross-faced Steve Wilson to his shoulders for Algona's only fall in 3 : 03. Simpson's parting remark to the hecklers summed it all up, "I did it, didn't I?" Les also remained undefeated with a 16-0 record. Hwt - Steve Fitzpatrick didn't let 75 extra pounds of weight bother him as he downed 260-lb. Pat Tate 3-2 in the final bout. Fitz did a quick spin around to take down the We faster City giant, then escape points for each wrestler were the only ones scored from then on. Tate and Fitzpatrick drew 1-1 in last year's match. - WRESTLE UNDERWEIGHT It should be noted that the last three Bulldogs have been giving away a lot of weight advantage in the last few duals in order to establish their weight for the lower classes in the sectional tournament. A boy must wrestle a minimum of six matches at his scratch weight, so Hunt, Simpson and Fitzpatrick have been weighing in a weight lower than they compete at. Hunt was outweighed 12 pounds, Simpson, 18, and Fitzpatrick, 75 pounds against Webster City. -J-V MARK 6-1- Algona's junior varsity team posted their sixth victory against a lone loss to Britt, winning the th, , ^, quarter TOM WALLER preliminary match 27-19 over Webster City. Randy Nielsen, Shannon Lynch and Gene Chrischilles all scored falls for Algona. Chrischilles now leads the junior varsity with a 9-1 so far this year. -J-V RESULTS 98 Ibs. - Randy Nielsen threw Jeff Eaton 2:40. 105 Ibs. - Gene Chrischilles threw Darwin Jacobson 5:22. 112 Ibs. - Keith Meyer beat Wayne Dykstra 2-1. 119 Ibs. - Shannon Lynch threw Jim Sylvester 1:52. 126 Ibs. - Dennis Mourlam, Webster City, threw Dennis Hanson, Algona, 2:24. 132 Ibs. - Howie Raney and Dennis Gourley drew 4-4. 138 Ibs. - Roger Samp beat Steve Hefty 9-1. 145 Ibs. - Bob Law, Webster City, threw Jack Schoby, Algona, 2:20. 155 Ibs. - Tom Stewart, Webster City, beat Mark Elbert 4-2. 167 Ibs. - Jeff Miller and Gene Jandel drew 1-1. Hwt. - Kevin Hensley and Gail Hayes drew 1-1. Le Stateline Results Swea City Puts Down Armstrong For M Record 15 and 14 points, respectively. Don Reese scored 12 and Jerry Johnson 11 for Ledyard. SWEA CITY - Swea City took sole possession of first place in the State Line Conference by beating Armstrong 80-60 in one of the few basketball games"*! played Tuesday following the/ heavy snow. f,' The win set the stage for last ' Friday's game between Lincoln- Central (4-0) and the Trojans (5-0) at Swea City. Burt was also 4-0 going into its home game with Sentral Friday. Swea City coach Gary Ristau said his team played "one of their best games." That included a 19- rebound game by 6-7 Wayne Langerman and 27- point scoring by Mark O'Green. Langerman also had 20 points. Terry Richardson had 12 rebounds and 19 points. Armstrong shot only 32 percent from the field compared with 41 percent by Swea City. Steve Opsal led the visitors' scoring with 18 points, and Jeff Cronk had 13. ARMSTRONG S. Opsal G. Reding M. Spencer S. Carstens J. Cronk D. Dahms R. Breuer Totals SWEA CITY C. Larson M. O'Green T. Richardson W. Langerman J. Richardson D. Richardson A. Wiechmann C. Johnson Totals FG 7 1 2 1 2 3 2 18 FT 1 11 7 9 0 3 0 1 32 FT 4 0 0 8 9 3 0 24-32 FT 0 5 5 2 0 3 0 1 16-33 TP 18 2 4 10 13 9 4 60 TP 2 27 19 20 0 9 0 3 80 LEDYARD GIRLS J. Baumann FG 5 K. Engelbarts 8 L. Busch Totals 3 16 LAKOTA GIRLSFG C- Baumann J. Leonard C. Karels L:'Beck Score Ledyard girls Lakota girls LEDYARD BOYS R. Bauer J. Johnson T. Blome M. Munyer D. % Reese J. Bauer D. Mermen G. Peterson Totals 12 9 14' ti 35 FT 13 5 0 18 FT 2 1 , '- A. . ,,.,.( 8-18 TP 23 21 6 50 TP 26 19 si.:, r 78 by Quarters 11 18 30 20 42 60 FG 3 2 2 0 4 1 1 1 15 LAKOTA BOYSFG D. Cushman B. Johnson R. Fiderlick M. Berg P. Peterson D. Siemens B. Becker R. Janssen Totals 6 3 7 0 9 0 1 0 27 FT 0 7 3 0 4 1 0 0 15-28 FT 2 3 1 1 2 0 0 4 14-25 50 78 TP 6 11 7 0 12 3 2 2 45 TP 14 9 15 1 20 0 2 4 68 Sophs Win, Frosh Lose Vs. Eagle G. The Algona high freshman and sophomores basketball teams won and lost in games played with Eagle Grove. The sophomores stayed unbeaten through four games, winning 70-33, with Mick Anderson and J. c. Kain each scoring 17 points. The freshmen lost 47-38, with Tim Lighter leading Algona scoring with 15 points. The teams will host Clear Lake here Tuesday, starting at 6 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL wrestling today draws packed houses. Not so always. Leroy Mathison, now of Whittier, Calif., was back in Algona with his wife, the former Phyllis Kuchynka, visiting relatives over the holidays, and he recalled Algona high's first wrestling team, back in 1935, of which he was the captain. Roy said Willis Colwell was a team mainstay, and the whole "team" included maybe a half dozen grapplers. "The crowd", said Roy, "might go as high as four or five - all relatives of course." THE TEAM ONLY had one or two sets of tights for wrestling, so between matches they had to scurry into the dressing room and shed one suit for the next man to wear. "They were alittle sweaty, too," added Roy. He thought that before the season was over they did get attire for each man. "Pm not sure," said Roy, "but I think O. B. Laingdug into his pocket for a couple of suits so that everyone had one." - o - THE UNIVERSITY of Northern Iowa wrestling team suffered a physical and psychological; jolt last Tuesday wherf,,;Ljtti6 ,,A11- American Clint Young of Algona hurt a knee in?practice. The fourth-place finisher inftijs NCAA College Division finals' fast year will now be out of action for "as much as a month/.'.according to a UNI source?^ * *^ * b '•"?; ,• - o - WHEN THE RAY Nelson family of LuVerne sat down to Christmas dinner, the table conversation naturally turned to basketball. Two daughters—Bev and Sandra—had just led their respective LuVerne high and eighth grade teams in scoring. Bev, a junior, scored 53 in an 85-57 win over Kanawha Dec. 22, and Sandra scored 45.in a 72-23 win over Burt the day before. - o - 6 - Kotiuth County Advene* Monday, January 11, 197] A SON, DOUG; is r a junior starter on the Moiningslde col- lege.team;! Trie : 6-l;chiefsletter- ' man listened quietly and spbkeof his team's chances in the upcoming North Central Conference Christmas Tournament at Sioux Falls, S. D., in the next few days. Morningside played Mankato State the following Monday afternoon, and D6ug was his team's highest scorer with 25 points in a victory over the Indians. THAT MADE three Nelson's the high scorers in three victories in one week's time. A fourth Nelson, Mrs. Gene (Linda) Will of Algona, is past her basketball playing days now or she might have made it four-for-four. As it is, she's in a much more difficult game now . . . teaching fourth grade students at Lucia Wallace school. -o- WHAT'S MORE frustrating than going to the barn in subzero temperatures to care for 35 cows and a calf when you would prefer to be watching your sons play high school basketball. That's why you'll see Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kenyon of Whittemore walk into the Gar rigan high school gym somewhere around halftime of the junior varsity game—too late to see their twin sons, Don and Ron, in action for an entire game. Believe me, they make up for what they miss with enthusiasm. : .... I . Score by Quarters Ledyard boys 4 20 32 45 Lakota boys 20 34 51 68 Score by Quarters Armstrong 11 30 43 60 Swea City 24 41 66 80 Lakota Girls Sweep Ledyard LAKOTA - The home team was the winning team twice here Tuesday night as the Lakota girls beat Ledyard 78-50, andthe Eagles beat the Panthers 68-45 in the boys game. Both girls teams got high scoring from two of their three forwards - Colleen Karels with 31 points and Cindy Baumann with 26 for Lakota, and Jill Baumann with 23 and Karma Engelbarts with 21 for Ledyard. In the boys' game, Lakota's Paul Peterson, Roger Fiderlick and Daryl Cushman scored 20, Sports Calendar Jan. 11 Basketball Algona Sophs at Hampton, 6 Pocahontas at Twin Rivers Gilmore Clty-Bradgate at Rolfe E. G. at Algona 7-8, 4 p.m. Jan. 11 Wrestling Humboldt at Ft. Dodge Elmore at Algona J-V, S Jan. 12 Basketball Spencer at Garrigan, 8 Clear Lake at Algona Sophs. 6 Clear Lake at Algona 9th, 6 Clarion at Ft. Dodge Ackley-Geneva at Hampton Corwith-Wesley at LuVerne CAL at Boone Valley Lakota at Woden-Crystal Lake Titonka at Ledyard Armstrong at Lincoln-Central Swea City at Sentral Burt at Ringsted Thompson at Rake Jon. 12 Wrestling Britt at Iowa Falls Webster City at Alden Jon. 13 Wrestling Belmond at Clear Lake Hampton at Ackley-Geneva Jem 14. 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