Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1971 · Page 11
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Ron M. Reding Sets Two-Mile Record Garrigan Wins Third Big Relays Title Four Firsts Take Title At Lake City Garrigan's Golden Bears only managed four blue ribbons in the Lake City Relays Friday night, but those four plus a host of second place red ribbons earned coach Marlon Battanl's track team another big; relays title. The Bears edged Jefferson 7369 Ifl for the top position. Lake City, Sac City, Rockwell City and Audubon finished In that order of the Class A scoring. Garrigan junior Ron M. Reding set a new school record for the Bears and a new mark for the Lake City event with an outstanding 10:24.4 in the open two mile. Reding's time Is only about one second off the best time this year for the state in class A. Coach Battanl kept ace miler Chuck Cassel out of his specialty to rest for the Drake Relays the next day (Saturday), but C assel did work out by anchoring the winning medley and two mile Fifth Place For Bulldogs At Humboldt HUMBOLDT (Special) - Algona High School's track team bounced back from last-place finishes in' three previous multi- team meets to place fifth in the six-team Class B field of the Humboldt Relays here last Tuesday. Coach Arlen Baerenwald said several boys turned in their best efforts of the season. He was particularly pleased with the second-place finish by the mile relay foursome which barely lost to Prairie of Cowrie. Rick Nielsen was the only Algona winner, taking the pole vault at 10' 6". He was one of only three vaulters who cleared the opening height of 10'. His best vault this season is 12' 8". t - CLASS B- Belmond 90 Prairie (Gowrie) 72 1/2 Brltt 62 1/2 Clarion 47 ALGONA 35 Manson 25 - CLASS B RESULTS- DISC US - 1. Lonnevik, Belmond, 121' 7". SHOT PUT- 1. Fuller, Belmond, 47' 7 3/4"; 5. Mike Huff, ALGONA. HIGH JUMP - 1. Egll, Manson, 5-6. BROAD JUMP- 1. Hickman, Belmond, 20' 2 1/2"; 5. Scott Voyles, ALGONA. POLE VAULT - 1. Rick Nielsen, ALGONA, 10' 6". 2-MILE RUN - 1. Dallman, Britt, 10:48.8. 120 H.H. - 1. McLaughlin, Belmond, :16.4; 3. Denny Mains, ALGONA. 2-MILE RELAY - 1. Prairie, 8:22.1. 100 DASH- 1. Nelson, Prairie, :10.5; 4. Doug Ulrich, ALGONA. MILE RUN-1. Dum mett, Britt, 4:49.5. ! 880 RELAY - 1. Clarion, 1:36.2.; 4. ALGONA. SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY 1. Belmond, 1:00. MEDLEY RELAY- 1. Prairie. 180 L.H. - 1. Pals,; Belmond, :22.0; 3. Denny Mains, 1 ALGONA. 440 RELAY - 1. Belmond, :46.3; 4. ALGONA. MILE RELAY - i-. Prairie; 2. ALGONA. Burt Relay Teams Decide Dual With Lakota, 80-55 BURT - (Special) — Burt won three more events than Lakota on .Us way to an 80-55 boys dual track meet victory here last Tuesday.' Coach Waldo Kruse's Bears gained its margin of victory by winning four of five ' relay events. / There was an unusual finish to the 220-yard dash, with Dale Siemens of Lakota and Mark Behrends tying for first place. RESULTS SHOT: Daryl Cushman (L), 40* 4 1/2"; Paul Peterson, (L). Monday, April 26, 1971 Kossuth County Advance - 11 relays, cassel recorded half- miles in 2:03.6 and" 2:03.1 respectively in easy victories. The Bears didn't lose any points in the mile run however, as Ron Kenyon took the event in 4 : 46.6. Seconds were earned by the 440 and 880 yard relay units. The mile relay team finished second for Garrigan, but was disqualified when a runner stepped out of his lane. Dale plathe took second in the 100 yard dash with a 10.5 effort, finishing behind a 10.3 time by jantz of Jefferson. Walt Bradley took second In the 180 yard low hurdles and he placed third in the 120 yard highs. The Bears earned second place spots In all of the field events. John Heinen was runner-up in the long Jump and high jump competing with a ,sore ankle. John Zatloukal bettered his own school record in the discus with a 135'7 1/2" second place toss. Phil McCarthy tied the Bear pole vault mark with a 10'6" finish for another second place and Brian Murphy took a second in the shot. The Golden Bears travel to the Milford Relays Monday, where coach_ Battani says "We'll find out Just how good our relay teams are with Spencer in the running." Several of Spencer's units competed at the Drake Relays last weekend. LAKE CITY RESULTS-Garrigan; SHOT PUT - (2) Murphy, 47' 6"; DISCUS -(2) Zatloukal, 135' 7 1/2 "; LONG JUMP - (2) Heinen, 18' 10 1/2"; HIGH JUMP - (2) Heinen, 5'8"; POLE VAULT - (2) McCarthy, 10' 6". 120 YD. HIGH HURDLES (2) Bradley, 16.9; 100YD.DASH- (2) Plathe, 10.5; 180 YD LOW HURDLES - (3) Bradley, 22.0; MILE - (1) Kenyon, 4 : 46.6. 880 YD. RELAY - (2) Garrigan, 1.35.2; 2-MILE - (l)Garrigan, 8:20.9; 440 YD. RELAY (2) Garrigan, 46.0; MEDLEY (1) Garrigan, 3:45.4, DISCUS: Paul Peterson (L) 109'; Daryl Cushman (L). LONG JUMP: Roger Sarchet (B) 18' 1"; Joe Jentz (B). HIGH JUMP: Steve Scott (B) • 5'6"; Tom Lappe (B); Ken Naumann (L). POLE VAULT: Tom Lappe (B) 8' 6"; Kent Kienitz (L) Dave McFarland (B). 2 MILE RUN: Dennis Miller (B) 18:05. 120 H. H.: Dale Siemens (L) 20.1; Dave McFarland (B). 2-MILE RELAY; Burt 12:01.6 (Dan Leeper, Craig Giddings, Virgel Johnson, Gary Sheirbon) 100 DASH: Ken Naumann (L) 11.8; Steve Scott (B); Joe Jentz (B). 220 DASH: (Tie) Dale Siemens (L) and Mark Behrends (B); 26.1; Frank Becker (B) MILE RUN: Randy Leonard (L) 5:43.7; Chuck Schrader (B). 880 RELAY: Burt 1.46.2 (Joel Jentz, Sid"Karels', Roger Sarchet, Steve Scott) Lakota 1:50.9 440 DASH: Roger Flderlich (L) 58.1; Don Scott (B); Dennis Carlson (L). 180 L.H,/. : Mark Behrends (B) 23.2, Tom Lappe (B); Mickey Berg (L). MILE MEDLEY RELAY: Lakota 4:45.7, 880 RUN: Chuck Schrader (B) 2:37,3; Kim Ruby (L). MILE RELAY: Burt 4;00.2 (Tom Lappe, Roger Sarchet, Mark Behrends, Sid Karels); Lakota 4:59.1. 440 RELAY: Burt 50.4 (Steve Scott, Don Scott, Sid Karels, Frank Becker); Lakota 51.5. Burt Girls In Easy Win, Triangular The Burt girls' track team overwhelmed Ledyard and Swea City "in-a. triangular meet Wednesday on the Burt track. Coach Jim Schnack's Bears scored 71 points to outdistance Ledyard's 31 and Swea City's 20. Burl's Sandy Zwiefel was a triple winner in taking two dashes and the long jump and she anchored Burt's winning 440 yard relay. The Bears won 10 or 14 events. The Burt girls face a heavy schedule next week. They travel to Estherville Monday, for the Lincoln Central Relays, host Ledyard and Swea City again Wednesday for another triangular and then visit the West Bend Relays Friday. TRIANGULAR RESULTS: - FIELD EVENTS . SHOT PUT - Carol Gibson (L) 26'5", W. Kracht (SC), Merry Vriesen (L). HIGH JUMP - Patty Grubb (B) 4' 11 1/4", Jean Langerman (SC), Gail Giddings (B). LONG JUMP - Sandy Zwiefel (B) 14' 7", Langerman (SC), Molly Gelhaus (L). DISCUS - Kathy Elmers (B) 80' 7", Gibson (L), Lori Thompson (SC). J30FTBALL THROW - Gibson l(L)164' 2", Cheryl Batt (B), Mary Schoenhair (SC). - RELAY EVENTS 440 YD. RELAY - Burt (Grubb, Kathleen Hildman, Cheryl Behrends, Zwiefel) 57.6; Swea City, 880 YD. RELAY - Ledyard, 2.07; Burt. 880 YD. MEDLEY-Burt (Hildman, Behrends, Batt, Kris Habeger) 2.14,2; Ledyard. - RUNNING EVENTS 60 YD, DASH - Zwiefel (B) 7.9; Grubb (B); Gelhaus (L). 100 YD. DASH - Zwiefel (B) 12.6; Grubb (B); Gelhaus (L). 220 YD. DASH - Behrends (B) 30.; Hildman (B); Inez Smith (L). 440 YD. DASH - Florence Long (B) 71.3; Julie Bartolo (SC). 880 YD. DASH - Merry Vrie- sen (L) 3.07.1; Donna Eggerth (SC); Elmers (B). 180 YD, LOW HURDLES M-Nancy Hercick.o(B)., 29.,8; Cwol . ,'Sill (B);, Langerm an (SC).' ' • Bulldog Golf Team Loses To Humboldt The Algona High School golf team dropped a close 174-176 dual meet to Humboldt here Friday afternoon. The Bulldogs have lost both ef their dual meets this season but won a quadrangular at Emmetsburg. Dick Manske was meet medalist with a 40 and Jim Cubit had a 43 but other varsity players .were off form as John Pittman carded a 46 and Jim Harris and Randy Smith had 47's. Tom Carlson was low for Humboldt with a 42 while Tim Cahill had a 43. The Algona junior varsity won its second straight meet and came within an eyelash of out- shooting the varsity. They won 177-198. Mark Will carded a 41 while Dave Chrischilles and Mike Koob had 45's and Dana Kain and Gene Chrischilles shot 46's. Algona will host Eagle Grove here this afternoon (Monday). Golf Sectional Tourney Sites Are Announced BOONE - Sectional boys' high school golf tournament pairings have been announced by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Algona and Algona Garrigan are listed along with Bancroft St. John, Twin Rivers, Humboldt, Laurens, Pocahontas, Boone Valley and Rolfe as competitors in the Class A sectional at Humboldt May 8. There are 305 schools in the state golf tourney program this spring. The largest 64 schools will be competing in 16 Class AA sectional meets. The remaining 241 schools will be competing in 28 Class A sectionals. First and second place teams, plus individual medalists and sectional place performers, will advance to district play. There will be eight AA districts and th quarter WITH TOM WALLER Garrigan's Medley Relay nine A districts. The same advancement procedure will be made for the state tournaments. Boone is the defending AA state champ, and Audubon is the defending A title holder, Algona 7-8 Trackmen Do Well In Relays EAGLE GROVE -Eagle Grove, Webster city and Humboldt won team crowns at the Little Eagle Relays for Junior high teams Wednesday. Eagle Grove won the ninth grade division, Webster City took the eighth grade meet and Humboldt was the seventh grade champ. -9TH GRADE Eagle Grove . . '. ..... 66 1/2 Webster City ...... fee ~ ; -- "' . . ..Clarion '. ........... 23 ALGONA ........ -.' j '19 Hampton ......... . . .10 - 8TH GRADE Webster City ......... 50 ALGONA ........... 43 Clarion ............ 37 Hampton ....... . . ! ! ,'35 ;Eagle Grove .......... 33 Humboldt ............ 21 - 7TH GRADE Humboldt ........... 75 1/2 ALGONA ............. 48 Hampton ............. 39 Webster city. ....... '.'.'.31 Clarion ............. 121/2 Eagle Grove ..... ..... e ALGONA PLACERS 7TH GRADE - lsts:TimKiils- holm, 120 low hurdles; DirkSch- aeffer, 440; and Virgil Krug, long jump. 2nds: Steve Neppl, long jump;and 880 medley relay (Steve Krug, William Walker, Steve Neppl, Tim Kiilsholm. 3rds: 880 relay (Greg McDonald, Bob Foth, Bruce Moe, Virgil Krug); Mark Bishop, 440; and Bret Benson, 100 and220dashes. 4th: Bob Foth, shot put. 5ths: Bret Benson, shot put; and Mark Bishop, high jump. 8TH GRADE Ists; Dave Neppl, 100; and 880 relay (Gordon Schenck, Tim Plaehn, Bruce Kent, Dave Neppl). 2nd; Mike McGinnis, 220. 3rds: Medley relay (Tim Samp, Rick Calhoun, Mike McGinnis, Wayne Meyer); 440 relay (Scott Dodds, Wayne Meyer, Tim Plaehn, Bruce- Kent); and Wayne Meyer, high jump. 4ths : Randy Carlson, 440; and Dave Neppl, long jump. 5ths; Mark Harris, pole vault; and Barry Huff, shot put. 9TH GRADE 2nds; Jim Kirkland, 220 in :26.2; and Paul Martin, 120 low hurdles in :15. 8. 3rd; Jim Kirkland, 440in.-58.8- 4th: Tom Kinseth, discus toss of 94' 4 1/2"; and mile relay (Denny Hansen, Dick Hackbarth, Paul Martin, Jim Kirkland) 4:07.6. 5th; Tim Lighter, 880 in 2:30; and 880 relay (Paul Martin, D wight Coleman, Bobby DeBoom, Denny Hansen) 1:53.3. Garrigan's strong medley relay team captured another title at Lake City Friday night with a 3:45.4 performance From ef t to ight , ch k ^ ^ Kenyon , ™ and Terry Simons. (Algona Publishing Photo) SiS'SSii^ Moormans 75 61 Weidenhoff 73 63 Froehlich & Murphy 65 71 Pattersons 60 76 Schumacher 58 77 High Team Series - DeKalb 2971; High Individual Series Jim Elbert 613, Harold Penning 577, Don Besch 570; High Individual Games - Harold penning 231, Jim Elbert 225. FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES Algona Dairy 97 31 Robo . 78 50 Moormans 72 55 Gene's DX 67 60 Little Bandit 63 65 Coast to Coast 59 68 Algona Lanes 56 71 Pepsi 51 77 Falstaff 49 79 Whittemore Elev. 46 .82 High Team Series - Algona Dairy 2285; High Individual Series - Wally Erdman 570, Jean Reynolds 551; High Individual Games - Bob Immel 228, Jean Reynolds 247. Pairings For Sectional Ball At Bancroft... BOONE-The Iowa High School Athletic Association has announced sites and pairings for spring baseball tournaments around the' state, including the sectional tournament at Bancroft St. John's. -BANCROFT PAIRINGS- Upper bracket - Graettlnger vs. Ayrshire, Tuesday, April 27, 4 p.m.; Burt vs. Graettlnger- Ayrshire winner, Monday, May 3 at 4 p.m. Lower bracket - Ruthven vs. . Bancroft St. John, Tuesday, April 27, 2:30 p.m.; Woden-Crystal Lake vs. Ruthven-Bancroft St. John winner, Monday, May 3, 2:30 p.m. Finals - Wednesday, May 5, :-4 p.m. •'•• • . --••/: •;.'•''• :'• '..'.'. '• " There are 16 sectional tournaments and four district tournaments. The winner of the Bancroft sectional will play the winner of t'he Fonda sectional In the first round of the District I tourney at Fonda O.L.G.C. Monday, May 10, at 4 p.m. Bulldog Relays Here Saturday ALGONA HIGH athletic director Howie Stephenson reports that plans for the Bulldog Relays here next Saturday are nearing completion. Humboldt and Garrigan appear to be the favorites in their respective large and small school classes. Webster City and Spencer could challenge Humboldt in what should be an unusually strong large class field. - o AREA TRACKMEN listed among state leaders; Class A- Chuck Cassel, Garrigan, 1st in mile with 4 : 27.5; Rick Nielsen, Algona, 4th in pole vault with 12' 8"; Bryan Murphy, Garrigan, 10th in shot put with 49' 9 1/2"; John Heinen, Garrigan, tied for 7th In high Jump with 5' 10" .... CLASS B - Titonka, 8th in mile relay with 3:40.7 .... CLASS C - Don Glasnapp, Rlng- sted, tied for 5th in 100 with :10.5; tied for 4th in 220 with :23.4; John Jorgenseon, Rlng- sted, 2nd In 440 with :53.3; Dave Cummins, Ringsted, 1st in mile with 4:33.1; Jerry Richardson, Swea City, 4th in shot put with 46' 4 3/4"; Ringsted, 3rd in 440 relay with :46.4; Armstrong, 4th in 880 relay with 1:36.8; LuVerne, 9th in mile relay with 3:45.0; Armstrong, 1st in two- mile relay with 8:39,2; Ringsted, 1st In medley relay with 3:47.8. - o - ALGONANS who remember the Clifford Lewellyn family when they lived here may be Interested in knowing that one of the boys, Gary, has just been named head football coach at Greenfield High School. Gary is a 1966 graduate of Humboldt High and a 1970 grad of ISU. He was an assistant varsity football coach at Jefferson where he taught government and social science. - o THE UNIVERSITY o! Northern Iowa basketball program took a turn for the better with the signing of all-staters Joe Ferp- son of Ottumwa and Carl Nichols of Ottumwa. Algona guard Rick Nielsen isn't getting any aid from UNI (as yet) but he could end up on next year's freshman team with Ferguson and Nichols. He's been admitted at UNI, but is undecided yet where he'll further his education. ALGONA all-stater KentEspe says he plans to attend North lows Area Community College i Mason City .... and, of cours-. play basketball. The Bulldog'- third starting senior Bruce Johson, is undecided mainly betwe^,. two recruiting schools - Waldor^ J.C. at Forest City and Grinnei College. THERE ARE tickets available if persons in the Kossuth County area are Interested in hearing Bart Starr speak at Spencer Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Spencer Junior High Auditorium. The occasion is the Spencer High School Athletic Awards Program, f HOMELITE^ WORTH OVER $35,00 FREE WHEN YOU BUY A NEW HOMELITE CHAIN SAW BITZ SMALL ENGINE SHOP 823 E. Stcrt* Algona, la. SUNDAY MIXED DOUBLES Davis Bunch 47 25 S.E.S. 36 32 Schumacher Well 36 35 H&W 36 36 Aces 33 39 Henry - Buscher 23 44 High Individual Series - Darrel Davis 585, Anita Lallier 429; High Individual Games - Garry Davis 214, Julie Davis 164. MONDAY NIGHT MEN Pioneer 88 47 Algona F & F 87 49 Tall Paul's 83 52- Algona P & H 75 61 Chuck Behr's 73 63 Don's Rec. 69 66 Weidenhoff 57 79 Universal 40 95 Lindsay 21 115 High Team Series - Don's Rec. 2919; High Individual Series - Garry Webb 625; High Individual Games - Garry Webb 258, Franklin Rusch 236. TUESDAY MEN #1 Bulten Dep. 588 97730 Charlie's Supper Club 580 97661 Bjustroms 556 97970 Hamms Beer 546 98037 Buscher Bros. 523 96857 Utt Elec. 501 96742 Pine Room 474 96896 Lone Rock Bank 472 95155 Wayne Feed 449 95240 Ed's Standard 409 90685 High Team Series - Charlie's Supper Club 3005, Bulten Dep. 3004; High Individual Series Larry Grove 717, 256, 227, 234; Bill Naylor 622, whitey Voigt 608, Ed Adams 605; High Individual Games - Frank Moulton 239, Dick Buscher 230, Bill Lampright 226, Bill Naylor 225. .. TUESDAY MEN #2 DeKalb 76 59 I GROUP HIS SUMMER! CL&Kaonl Easy livin' and luxurious. But don't let the low price fool you. This is strictly a quality central air conditioning system. The economy comes from engineering developments that eliminate major installation costs. Come in today) Let us show you how economy and easy livin' luxury can go together. SEE US FOR PRE-SEASON INSTALLED PRICES! 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