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15-4 RECORD INTO BANCROFT GAME FRIDAY GHS Beats St. Edmond 12-2 Loses To Mason City, 10-2 Garrigan lost Its fourth game of the season Thursday night to Mason city 10-2. Bud uoktelg took the loss (5- 2 record) for the Bears and he gave up seven hits. The Bears trailed 4-2 until the sixth Inning when Mason City took advantage of Garrigan errors, Garrigan erred four times in that inning. Mason City managed only one hit. Dale Fandel started out with a single for the Bears In the first inning and stole second, He advanced to third on a ground-out and came home on a wild pitch. Mason City came back In the last half of that Inning to tie the game 1-1. Fandel singled again In the third. Mike Rahm walked and Steve Skilling singled Fandel in, The Bears loaded the bases a short while later but failed to score any more runs. Mason city scored three rutfn In the third as they singled tow times. From that Inning up to the sixth, the game was a pitching duel. The sixth inning brought agony to Garrigan as Mason City walked, bunted and a throw to attempt a pick off at second base went too high and the ball went into center field. Mason City had a man on first and third. Mertz had just gotten done pick- Ing a man off base (he relieved Uckteig earlier than inning) and another error was made as the Bears attempted to get a base runner between bases. AB 3 2 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 24 R 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 H 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 '4 Mason City had the bases loaded and they failed on a squeeze play. But the Bears did, too, as an error was made by a bad throw and more Trojan runs came across the plate. The Bears are now 15-4 for the season and will host Humboldt Monday, July 5, at 8 p.m. GARRIGAN Fandel Rahm S. Skilling Lickteig M. Skilling Mertz Elschen J. Bormann D, Bormann Totals (Lickteig and J. Bormann) R H E Garrigan 101 000- 246 Mason City 103 006- 10 7 1 Algona Garrigan's baseball team took an easy win over Ft. Dodge St. Edmond Wednesday evening on the Garrigan diamond 12-2. Mike Rahm, Garrigan pitcher, was given credit for the win. Rahm is now 5-2 for the season. He struck out three batters and walked five. He gave up two hits. Dale Fandel took first base as he was hit by the first pitch of the game and then stole second, He was balked to third and then scored on a passed ball. In the third inning, Fandel singled and went to second on a sacrifice fly ball, Steve skill- Ing then lined a single to score Algona 16, S. City 0; Hampton Here Tues. Algona's Bulldogs held swea City scoreless and hitless as the locals rolled to an easy 16-0 victory Thursday evening at Algona Gene Hunt was the winning pitcher as he fanned five Swea City batters and walked only one. Most of Algona's runs came in the first inning with Neil • ^f^-Poji Sindelar, Lance Mueller, and Rick Kuhn getting base * r ^feS^'W^e;r:;banged out a double. Ten runs came in as Swea City' errored five times in that inning to aid the Bulldog runs. • Algona scored two more runs in the third when Kuhn singled again and O'Brien walked. Both advanced on errors and sacrU ffces. In the fourth inning, the Bulldogs scored four times with Manske getting on base on an error, O'Brien, Sindelar and Mueller all walked. Hunt singled and Penning tripled. The Bulldogs will host Hampton Tuesday, July 6 for a 6-30 :'game. The Bulldogs are 6-10 for the season. nuwtm \*V J Manske, 3b O'Brien, Ib Sindelar, cf Walker, rf Mueller, c Hunt, p Penning, ss Lighter, 2b Kuhn, rf Allen, 2b Huff, Ib SWEA CITY (0) Larson, ss Isaacson, 3b O*Green, 2b J. Richardson, Ib J>U Eggerth, If Isaacson, p Kollasch, c Weichmann, rf D. Richardson, cf V4 Guma /""it IF fi flH AB 4 2 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 0 0 26 AB 2 2 2 2 u 2 1 2 2 1 16 n n _ i R 3 2 2 1 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 16 R 0 0 0 n \j 0 0 0 0 o o R H n n 11 H 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 9 H 0 0 0 n u 0 0 0 ' 0 o o E i Burt Downs Thompson 3-1 BURT (Special) - Burt upped their season mark to 8-4 (5-1 in conference play) Thursday night at Thompson as the Bears edged Thompson 3-1. Taking the win for Burt was Dave McFarland. Burt and Thompson remained tied until the top of the seventh inning when Burt had the bases loaded and Me Farland popped a fly into center and Thompson errored on the play. Two runs came in to put Hurt out ahead and win the game. BURT AB R H Lappe, 3b 312 Sarchet, Ib 3 0 1 Scott, If 400 McFarland, p 4 0 0 B. Lappe, c 3 1 i Jentz, ss 301 Mawdsley, 2b 3 0 1 Hayes, cf 300 Person, rf 111 27 3 7 Algona 10 02 4 x - 16 9 1 (Hunt and Mueller; Isaacson and Kollasch) (McFarland and Lappe) R HE Burt 010 000 2"- 3'7 2 Thompson 000 001 0 - 1 2 1 ALGONA LIVERMORE Fandel. Bud Lickteig and Mike Skilling also singled. The St. Edmond team threw the ball to home to attempt to get Steve Skilling at the plate but the ball got by the catcher and Skilling was safe. The Ft. Dodge catcher at that time threw to third hoping to get Lickteig but the ball was too high and continued to roll into left field. Garrigan scored four runs in that inning. The fifth inning proved to be even better for the Bears as Steve Skilling smashed a line drive single with the bases loaded to score pan Bormann and Fandel to end the game 12-2. The 10-run rule was put into effect to end the game early. GARRIGAN Fandel Rahm Skilling Lickteig M. Skilling Mertz Elschen J. Bormann D. Bormann Totals (Rahm and J. Bormann). R H E St, Edmond 000 20-x 225 Garrigan 104 16-x 12 7 0 Fltzpatrick Signs Tender With Drake DES MOINES - Steve Fltzpat- rick of Algona has signed a national letter of Intent with Drake University It was announced today by Drake head wrestling coach Lonnie Timmerman. Fitzpatrick was the state run- nerup in the 185 pound class in 1971 after finishing third as a junior. He also captained the Algona high school football team, earning all-conference honors as . a fullback. , 'Steye Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fltzpatrick of 318 South Harlan in Algona. Another Algona athlete, Garrigan High's Chuck Cassel, has signed a Drake tender for track. Monday, July 5, 1971 Kossuth County Advance - 5 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Boy's Tennis Tournament Results GRADES 5 AND 6 Garrigan Infielders Thil lineup has been the winning Infield In 15 of the first 19 **""«,' ~TrT ' "',',%',' li"'"/'' Jim Bisenlus, utility,- Mike Rahm, ss; Steve "Dewey" Skilling, 2b; and Joe Courtney, utility. (Algona Newspapers photo) AB 1 1 4 2 3 2 2 3 1 19 R 3 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 12 H 1 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 7 Bruce Danielson won the filth grade singles with a 6-1 victory over Kent Hopkins, Wayne Dugan, after edging Brad Backhaus 9-7, defeated Ken Hackett 6-2 to win the sixth grade singles. In the battle of the two champions, Danielson defeated Dugan 6-4. Danielson and peter Alvey defeated Larry Smith and Ken Hackett 6-4 in the finals of the two grade doubles. GRADES 7, 8 AND 9 Jay Willsher won the singles 6-0 over Tim Plaehn. Pat Esser took third place with a 7-5 win over Bill Boudewyns, while Durwin Long defeated Chris White 6-4 for fifth spot. The doubles tournament was taken by Tim Plaehn and Mike Diamond with a 7-5 decision over Esser and Boudewyns. The director of the tournament was Richard D. Palmer. Algona High Infielders The Infield lineup at Algona High hai changed during the course of the season. When Gene Hunt and Dan Smith aren't pitching, they might be found at shortstop or second base. Outfielder Dick Manske has moved In to third base. Helping to complete the infield lineup arei (from left) Mike Huff, Ib; Tim Lighter, 2b; Doug Allen, 2b-of, Rick Kuhn, 3b-of; and Neal O'Brien, 1b. (Algona Newspapers photo) Se« DIAMOND'S For Western i! Boots ! 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