GHS 3rd In Dist 9 State CLEAR LAKE - Algona High School pole vaulter Rick Nielsen and nine Garrigan High track- men qualified for the Class A state meet by placing first or second in the class A district meet here Friday. Garrigan placed third in the team standings behind Eagle Grove and Humboldt. The Golden Bears set new school records in two relays, placing third in the 880 relay at 1:33.5 and second in the mile medley relay at 3:40.3. Nielsen accounted for the four Algona High points by vaulting 13' for second place. - GARRIGAN QUALIFIERS- Garrigan won the two individual r^T^ KOSSUTH COUNTY ^ [SPORTS ^—•—————— _———_— ^ -TEAM SCORING (Top 4 of 12 teams) Eagle Grove 62 1/2 Humboldt 58 1/2 Garrigan 43 Clear Lake 42 distance running events. Chuck Cassel won the mile in 4:26.1, and Ron M. Reding won the two- mile run in 10:18.2. The Bears scored four seconds, all qualifying for the state meet May 22 at Marion. In addition to the medley relay foursome made up of Terry Simons, Mike Salz, Jim Bormann and Chuck Cassel (1:59.5 half), seconds were earned by Bryan Murphy in the shot put (47* 11"), by Dale Plathe in the 100-yard dash ( : 10.6) and by Kirk Schuller in the half-mile run (2:00.9). Thirds went to John Heinen with a 5' 8" high jump and to Phil McCarthy, who ran the half- mile in 2:06.9. The two-mile relay team, running without the injured Joe Bestenlehner, ran 8:28.6 and placed fourth. Walt Bradley was fifth in the low hurdles at :21.4. Garrigan coach. Marion Battani felt the Bears' point total and number of state qualifiers would have been greater if Bestenlehner was able to run and if the 440- yard relay team had not run into difficulty. "The last man had the baton bumped out of his hand after the exchange, or we could have won," Battani said. Monday, May 10, 1971 Sports Calendar SATURDAY Golf-Sect, at Humboldt MONDAY Baseball Dist. at Fonda: Bancroft vs. Fonda OLGC at 4 p.m. TUESDAY Baseball-Dist. at Fonda: Sect, winners from Granville, Council Bluffs. Softball - Whittemore Heads vs. Question Marks; Pine Room vs. St. Joe. WEDNESDAY Baseball - Bancroft at Fairmont (tent.) 4:30. Softball - Hormel vsTri-County, Weidenhoff vs. Corwith. THURSDAY ack - Dog Patch Olympics gona grades 5-6) --Jr. Hi boys & girls at . onka. Baseball - Dist. final at Fonda 4 p.m. So/tball - Sherwin-Williams vs. St. Joe Golden Rams; Burt vs. Bancroft. FRIDAY Baseball - Rockwell-Swaledale ;<t jUVerne, 4 p.m. --Blue Earth at Ban-' cuift. ' ' ; Trick - 9-10 North Central Conf. meet at Webster City. ' Gary Agard Pit Mechanic At "Indy 500' Mrs. Frances Agard received a call on Thursday evening, May 6, from the pits of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana, which wa s placed by her son Gary, who is employed as a pit mechanic by J. C. Agajanian. Mr. Agajanian is well known in racing circles as the greatest single promoter in auto racing today, outside of AndyGranatelli. They will be preparing and entering at least two cars in the "Indy 500" and the numbers on each of these cars will be 98. Soon, Gary will attend a special mechanics' school for a week to enable him to become a licensed USAC mechanic. On the day of the "Indy 500", Gary's job will be to refuel the Agajanian cars as they come into the pits. To date Gary has worked the "Phoenix 150" on March 27 in Phoenix, Ariz.; the "Trenton 200" on April 25 in Trenton, N. J. and a race in Terre Haute, Ind. on May 1. He will be traveling the rest of the summer with his employers as a pit mechanic at a number of large races throughout the United States. Area Boys Rate High In State Track Rankings Area athletes held down one first place, two second places and four third-places in state track times and distances, according to the most recent compilation by the Iowa High School Athletic Association in Boone. CLASS A SCHOOLS MILE RUN: 1. Chuck Cassel, Garrigan, 4:24.0. TWO-MILE RUN: 6. Ron Red- ing, Garrigan, 10:24.4. HIGH JUMP: 4. John Heinen, Garrigan, 6' 1". POLE VAULT: 2. Tie: Rick Nielsen, Algona, 13' 8". 880 RELAY: 8. Tie; Garrigan, 1:34.2. TWO-MILE RELAY: 4. Garrigan, 8:20.9. MEDLEY RELAY: 7.Garrigan, 3:45.4. CLASS C RECORDS 100 YD. DASH: 5. Tie; Greg Askeland, Armstrong, 10.4. 10. Tie: Don Glasnapp, Ringsted, : 10.5. 220 YD. DASH: 10. Tie; Don Glasnapp, Ringsted, :23.4, 440 YD. DASH: 2. Ron Harvey, Lincoln Central, :52.3. 6. John Jorgenson, Ringsted, :53.2. MILE RUN; 2. Dave Cummins, Ringsted, 4:33.1. 9. Tie: Dean Ramsey, Lincoln Central 4:43.7. POLE VAULT: 3. Tie: Scott Harris, Twin Rivers, 12' 0". SHOT PUT: 3. Jerry Richardson Swea city, 49' 1/2". 440 RELAY: S.Ringsted, :45.9. 880 RELAY: 9. Armstrong, 1:36.8. Kosiuth County Advance - 5 -State girls' track meet in Des Moines. SATURDAY Golf - Boys' District at Eagle Grove. Track - Garrigan at Spencer In- vit. meet. - Girls' State meet in Des Moines. St. John Wins Sectional; On To Dist. Today BANCROFT (Special) Bancroft St. John's won another Sectional Baseball Tournament here last Wednesday, beating Graettinger 12-0 in five innings. The Johnnies now advance to the District Tournament at Fonda, meeting Fonda O.L.G.C. in the first round today (Monday) at 4 p.m. Fonda O.L.G.C. beat Rembrandt 4-2 to win its sectional tourney Wednesday. The only other first round district game will be played Tuesday and pairs the winners of sectional tourneys in Granville and Council Bluffs. The winners of the two first-round games will meet for the district title Thursday at 4 p.m. in Fonda. Ends Wednesday SHOWS 7:00 & 9:00 th quarter WITH TOM WALLER Dr. Borlaug Was Cresco Wrestler IOWA'S wrestling newspaper, "The Predicament," hadtwoar- ticles of special interest to Kossuth County residents and a third article on Nobel Prize winner Dr. Norman Borlaug of Cresco, la., which should interest all Iowa sports fans. , THE SHORTEST of the three stories tells of a $300 grant for wrestlers established at New Hampton by Larry Severson and two brothers. Larry wrestled for Iowa State before working at the Federal Land Bank office in Algona. He officiated a number of meets in Algona. Larry's attending law school in St. Paul now. A FEATURE story entitled, "Master Coach Chris Flanagan," occupies one page. Flanagan began his coaching career at Grant Consolidated School at Ledyard in the 1934-35 season and then went on to Burt for the 1935-36 season before going to Cresco, where he remained for 33 years. He's never had a losing season at 309-81-5 total at Cresco and has won four state championships. RECALLING the early days, Mrs. Flanagan said, "There were no school buses then, so Chris and I both drove cars to take the boys to meets . . . We've fed a good many boys, especially those who lived in the country ... I'll bet I've poached a million eggs." - o - BORLAUG, as explained in the paper's cover story, wrestled at Cresco and at the University of Minnesota. Ironically, he was kept from championships twice because he lost to two other former Cresco wrestlers - Big 10 Conference champion Harold Nichols, now ISU coach, and Midwest AAU champ Flanagan! BORLAUG won the 1970 Nobel Peace Prize for developing a strain of dwarf wheat which has a high yield and has eased the hun- ger problem in nations such as India and Pakistan. Since then he has had the courage to let his philosophy and beliefs be known. He recently told the Minnesota Legislature, for example, that agriculture and forestry will suffer if the U. S. Agriculture Department is divided into four new departments. Jr. Hi Girls Top Ledyard In Track BURT (Special)-The Burt Junior High girls' track team defeated Ledyard 63-33 in a dual meet here Wednesday. Winning individual firsts for Burt were: Chris Keith 4'3" high jump and :18.6 low hurdles; Dawn Stenzel 13' 6" long jump; Karen Elmers :08.4 60-yard dash; and Keith and Stenzel tied for first in the 100-yard dash with :13.1. Burt won three relays: 440 in :61.6 (Ann Bradley, Cathy Sill Nancy McGuire, Lynne Keith); 440 medley in :62.6 (Sill, Mary Wermers, McGuire, Bradley); and 880 in 2:07.5 (Stenzel, Karen Weber, Sandi Madsen, C. Keith). The team will compete in a large meet at Titonka next Thursday. The beach scene; bared or bashful. Algona Golfers Compete In Sectional The Algona high school golf team, coached by Lynn Kueck, was one of the favorites In Saturday's sectional tournament held at Humboldt. The squad has lost all four of its dual meets, but it has posted some fine scores and won a Triangular meet at Emmetsburg earlier this spring. The squad of over 20 golfers boasts a ; competitive JV te^^v/hlch'V>^n^aH^ottt«adtJal me^ts and is composed of mostly freshmen and sophomores. The varsity squad ihoWn >aboyd! is, left to right, Mark Will, Dick Manske, Jim Harris, John Pittman, Randy Smith and Jim Cubit. (Algona Publishing Co. Photo) move*' wm lfntvry<roi pftwnn . . S~\\ lf~ ELLIOTT GOULD PAULA PRENTISS GENEVIEVE WAITEinMUVb DRIVE-IN Garrigan's Golf Team Garrigan High School's golf team went into the May 8 Sectional tournament at Humboldt with only three dual meets experience. All three were losses, including a 186-201 defeat by Emmetsburg here Friday night. 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