Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1966 · Page 5
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Espe pitches Algona past Gaels here, 11-0 ' Algona high school moved a notch closer to the state summer high school baseball tournament Friday night by crushing {St, Edmond's of Fort Dodge, 11-0 at the Garrigan field in a first round district game. Craig Espe turned in still another brilliant one-hit performance with just two days rest and got l(Miit mates. support from his - Algona will now meet Mason City high school in the district finals AT GARRIGAN tonight (Monday) beginning at 8 p.m. The game had originally been tentatively set for Mason City's Roosevelt Field but a phono call early Saturday by Algona Coach Keith Christie got the game switched to the "neutral" Garrigan field. Two years ago, Mason City wiped the Bulldogs out in the district finals, 8-1 at Mason City. The Mohawks are 8-0 for the season this year and eliminated Greene in the first round district game Friday, 9-0. ESPE was in complete control from the start as he set the Gaels down with just one hit and struck out 14. He now has pitched 31 straight scoreless innings in the sectional and district tournament games and has a string of 38 scoreless innings dating back to the final regular season game with Forest City. The Bulldogs haven't been scored on in tournament play thus far. Espe has a season's record of 14-0 and Algona has an 18-2 mark. He also has an amazing 175 strike outs for the campaign. Algona will be playing without the services of regular shortstop Dale Teeter, who has raised his batting average considerably in tournament play. Teeter left early Saturday morning for Oregon on a trip. Roger Barr will take over for Teeter at shortstop. ALGONA had no difficulty in solving the pitching of the Gael's Tim Bemrich. They blasted out five hits in the first four in/ nings and finished up with four more hits in the seventh off his successor, Tom Hoerchler. St. Edmond's entered the game with a mediocre 6-12 record but the club had come on rapidly late in the season. Espe retired the side in the first three innings without a baserunner. Steve Barrett got St. Edmond's only hit of the game with one down in the 4th, a line shot through the pitcher'! box and over second. He died a1 third as did three other Gael runners. s vs. Mason Espe helped himself considerably in the early innings with. several fine fielding plays. He struck out the side in the fifth but gave up his first walk in 19 innings in the sixth with one out. The runner, Bemrich, stole second and third but was strand ed there when Espe whiffet Paul Gentile and Barrett. CATCHER DAVE Martin's error on a short tap in front of the place put Hoerchler on in the seventh. He also stole second and third but was nailed trying to steal home in a rundown. Ron Rissetter also walked but never got past third when Espe struck out his brother, Randy Rissetter, to end the game. ' The Bulldogs got two on in the first without scoring. Dave Martin walked to open the game and Rog Meyer's single was wasted when Bill Farnham fouled out. With one out in the second, Teeter walked, stole second and raced home on Gary Barr's shot over third base. Barr got to third on the throw and came home on Martin's single. A double play wiped out Tom Claude's third inning leadoff single but the Bulldogs explod ed for four runs in the fourth on only one hit. Teeter beat out a slow roller past the pitcher with one out Barr and Bill Boldridge walked Teeter scored on Martin's in field hit and Espe laid down perfect, suicide squeeze bun Barr charging home, THE THROW went to first, too ate to catch Espe and never missing a stride, Boldridge alert' y came home for the third run. of the inning. HE SCORED ALL THE WAY FROM SECOND on the bunt. Martin later scored on • wild pitch to make It 64. By this timo Hoerchler had relieved Bermich but Algona exploded In the seventh after boing hold down In the fifth and sixth. Rightfielder Jim Albrecht lost Rog Meyer's long fly in the lights and Meyer got a triple to open the merry-go-round. Bill Farnham laced a single scoring Meyer and Larry Scobba follow ed with a grounder through the hole near first. Three errors, a wild pitch and a walk to Teeter kept the rally going. Barr was hit by a pitch and he later scored. ALGONA (11) ab Martin, c _______ ___ 4 Espe, p _____ _______ 4 Claude, 2b _________ 5 Bill Farnham, Ib __ 4 Scobba, If ____ '_____ 4 Teeter, ss ______ ___ 2 arr, rf ___ _ _______ 1 ioldridge, cf _______ 2 Bob Farnham, ph __ 1 ~l. Barr ___ 1—— ___ 0 TOTALS ____ ___ 34 T. EDMOND'S (0) ab Gentile, If ____ __I ___ 3 Barrett, 3b _________ 3 Hoerchler, cf-p _____ 3 Albrecht, rf _ _______ 3 Ion Rissetter, Ib ___ 3 landy Rissetter, 2b Kagennis, cf Jemrich, p-cf Hassett, ph c __ 3 2 1 1 1 TOTALS 23 2 0 0 1 1 2 3 1 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GJUUS VIl^PVW VVI^B^ • — PLUS WRAP-UP OF WEEK'S ACTIVITIES IN MIN'S SOFTBALL AND GIRL'S SOFTBALL — 0 2 1 1 1 j 1 Ol Oi 0 10 h 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Score by Innings R H E Algona __ 020 400 5—11 10 St. Ed's __ 000 000 0— 0 1 I BEER-A big boost to th« economy 1 The brewing industry each year contributes over 1,4 billion dollars in federal, state and local excise taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry account for almost 500 million dollars, and the purchase of packaging materials from other industries runs over 550 million. So next time you enjoy a cool, refreshing brew after hard work or play, remember—BEER is good in more ways than one! UNITED S17 IS BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. • »r»K 1*9. OSCEOUV, IOWA Algona advanced into the dis trict with a 3-0 shut out of Lake Mills in the sectional finals at Garrigan Wednesday. Espe pitched a two-hitter and fanned 1 men in the game, which lasted just one hour and 12 minutes. The game was probably the best of the tournament so fa and was' sebrMess"uhtil u {he f 'sev enth. In the top of the frame singles by Bill Farnham and Lar ry Scobba and Gary Barr's tn pie were the big blows. There wasn't a walk in the game. Algona finished with six hits. COOLS OFF After two weeks of torrid temperatures, Kossuth county got a respite from the hot, muggy weather Thursday and tempera- ;ures were moderate through the weekend. 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Yankees vs. Indians Wednesday — Twins vs. Tigers NATIONAL LEAGUE W Dodgers — 5 Cards _.;___ 3 Braves 3 Pirates 2 Phillies 1 Reds .__ 1 Games last weak Wednesday Cards 24 Phillies 5 Dodgers 9 Braves 2 Game* Coming Up Monday — Pirates vs. Reds Tuesday — . . ,., 1 ' Phillies vs. 1 Dodgers' Wednesday — Pirates vs. Cards Traveling to ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY Whtyt lh« Twin Citict Mt»t MOTOR LODGE 2 FAMOUS RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUNOES-MR. JOE'S and INN OF1HE BLACK KMCHTf 2 SWIMMING POOLS - Indoor Healed Pool U'ge Outdoor Pool and Patio . 230 LUXURIOUS GUEST BOOMS AMD SUITES-AH Ait-Conditioned • Radio i TV. 12 $1. fjul . U Winutn It IntuiuUinil Airport and Mot Stttium • 3 MlftulM to NldKi) Stttppliij CMler - won Nun SO ihonJ <nd ttorw i Minutes t° Uniipriitj tl KinncjoU. tfirniMfClis |n< St full cm- PUUI, Midlcjl Cinlcr and H«piUI. SUU rilr Groundf, 5Ut« CipiUtl ind Officf I Buildings. f«'*s. M< Count! 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If d) a»4 M iH ii «H Tfid CltfH . 5UC4 ^ SENIOR LEAGUE W Giants '__ 5 Senators __, 4 Astros _: 4 Cubs 2 Whittemore _: - 0 Games last week Wednesday Senators 5 Cubs 3 Thursday Astros 19 Whittemore 5 Game* Coming Up Monday — Whittemore vs. Senators Tuesday — , Cubs vs; Giants r Wednesday — Senators vs. Astros ALGONA SOFTBALL W L Bunnies 5 0 Weidenhoff 5 1 Buschers 5 1 Burt 4 2 Baptists 2 1 Buds 1 4 Bombers _ 1 4 Collegians 0 5 Universal 0 5 Games last week Thursday Bunnies 9 Collegians 4 Buschers 9 Burt 7 Games Coming Up Monday — Buds vs. Bombers Buschers vs. Baptists Tuesday — Bunnies vs. Weidenhoff Universal vs. Burt Wednesday — Bunnies vs. Baptists GIRLS SOFTBALL NOVICE LEAGUE W Canaries 5 Redbirds 3 Robins 3 Orioles 2 Jays 1 Result* lait week Wednesday Robins 3 Redbirds 2 Thursday Canaries 5 Orioles 3 Friday Robins 5 Canaries 3 Game* Coming Up Monday — Orioles vs. Redbirds Tuesday — Jays vs. Robins Wednesday — Redbirds vs. Jays JUNIQiTf AGUE W Hawks 4 Lions 3 Gophers 2 L 2 2 3 3 4 Colts 2 Bears 1 Results la*t week Wednesday Gophers 7 Colts 6 Thursday Lions 5 Bears 5 (tie) Games Coming Up Monday — Lions vs. Gophers Tuesday — Hawks vs. Colts Wednesday — Gophers vs. Hawks SENIOR LEAGUE W Rockets 4 Bombers 5 Missiles 2 Astronauts 2 ' Jets 1 Results last week Wednesday Rockets 16 Missiles 3' Thursday Bombers 9 Astronauts 7 ' Games Coming Up Monday — Astronauts vs. Rockets Tuesday — Jets vs. Missiles ; Wednesday — Rockets vs. Jets Honored Sandia Base, Albuquerque, N. M. — A native of Algona^ Mrs. Mildred J. Putman, has been awarded a certificate of achievement as a clerk-stenographer at Sandia Base, New Mexico. She is employed in the Develop merit Evaluation Group of Field Command, Defense Atomic Support Agency (a joint service installation), and is the daughter of Mrs. Anna Aman, 209 South Wooster St., Algona. She and her husband, Lester, live at 9612 Bellamah, NE, Albuquerque, N M. TITONKA VOTE Voters will go to the polls a' Titonka Friday of this week to vote on a bond issue for schoo improvements. team leads Ho. Iowa swim conference The Algona swim team won its first conference meet by beating Estherville last Tuesday night by the close score of 179 to 170Ms with Estherville collecting 8 points on diving. Nine pool records fe!I in this fast action meet that wasn't decided uniti the last relays. In girls 12 and under, Susan Walker set a new record in the 25 M breaststroke of :21.3. Nita Limbaugh set a record of :20.0 in the 25 M backstroke event in the same age group. The girls 13-15 medley relay set a new record of 1:15.6. Members of that team were Nita Limibaugh, Susan Walker, Patti Gregson, and Sue Bullock. The girls 13-15 freestyle relay of Ann Taylor, Kathy Straub, Patti Gregson and Sue Bullock also set a record. . '•••• Kathie Morz bettered her old record in the girls 16 and over 25 M breaststroke by more than one second. The final relay of the meet was the boys 16 and over 200 M freestyle which set a new pool record of 1:49.3. The team members were Bill Obrecht, Jim Johnson, Ron Nelson and Doug Barr. Estherville set the final three pool records. Algona showed good depth by taking four first-second sweeps to none for Estherville and winning six relays to Estherville's four. NORTH IOWA CONFERENCE SWIMMING STANDINGS W L ALGONA 2 0 Spencer 2 0 Emmetsburg 1 1 Estherville 1 1 1 Storm Lake _______ 0 0 Humboldt 0 2 Sheldon 0 2 On Saturday, July 24 starting at 8 p.m. will b. the first Algo nia novice swim meet. The age groups are 7 and under, 8 year olds, 9 year *olds, 10 year olds and 11 year olds. The event' NEED INVESTMENT ADVICE? Whatever your investment naeds art, Conway Brothers offers you complete, comprehensive service covering. STOCKS • BONDS MUTUAL-FUNDS • COMMODITIES For /nilanl Quoin or Expert Advice, Contact Ui 41— CONWAY BROTHERS 902 Walnut • Des Moines 283-2003 will include freestyle, tadt troke, breaststroke, dog-paddle and inner4ube race, plus diving. Anyone interested in competing may sign up at the Algona pool. 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