Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
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^' *. •Breda in sub-state game Wednesday *& 5 Algona high school continued its mastery over Mason City fiigh school in tournament com* jfetition by winning the district $nal summer high school baseball game at the Garrigan field Monday night, 6-2. t) A crowd of about 700 fans, inostly Algona rooters, looked on and just as in the Bulldog's '73-67 sub-state victory over the Mohawks at Spencer last Mafcfa that sent the locals to the state 'meet, Whittemore's Craig Espe played a key role in the baseball win, too. -. $ Tht Bulldogs mat St. Bern- ,ard's of Breda in a first round fcub-stata baseball game W«d- /hesday night at Fonda.' Breda edged Orartvllle Spaufding 3-0 In the) dtttrlct final* at Fonda M*nday. If the Bulldogs Win, they'll probably meet either Jefferson jf Council Bluffs or Shenandoah in the sub-state finals Friday at Jarroll. • The state finals is expected to; oe playeii nionday night, prot> _bly in central Iowa depending apon the teams competing. Other district winners included Van Buren of Keosauqua, Valley of Des Momes, Thomas Jefferson of Cedar Rapids and Burlington. / Pitching in his sixth game in the past 17 days, Espe fashioned a five-hitter in subduing the lusty Mohawk bats. The two runs scored against him in the fifth inning, one of which was earned,* were the 'first runs he's al : lowed in 36 innings dating back to a 3-0 no-hit win he hurled against Forest City July 2 in the final regular season -game of the year. ..BUT ALTHOUGH Espe's su- CLIP THIS COUPON perlative pitching gets lots of nk, the work'Of his teammates should not be overloked or even underplayed. This is no one man team and in fact, the Bulldog balance was never more ih evidence than in the Mason City victory, * -•> '• The locals banged tut tight hits and turned in seme line fielding plays.., They, led throughout *H« game amieugh there were lets of anxious moments, particularly In the fourth and fifth innings. But Espe was equal to the occasion,each time although he did not show the same fine pin-poinl control that has 'character-tell hk other tournament victories. He walked four, men and hit another. But he whiffed a dozen men including the' final two, batters in the seventh, the only In* ning he retired the side In order. ALGONA hit in every inning but the sixth and scored'single runs in the first, second, fifth sixth and a pair In the seventh Espe. Who collected three of the eight Algona bite, rapped a sharp single to right in between' strike outs of Dove —., Tom Claude in the fir* > Rog Meyer delivered a single to right to put men on first and second, and walks to BUl^Farn- iam and Larry Scobb* ^forced in the first Algon* run? * Mason City wasted a single in the first and a leadoff double by Gordy Angell in the,se|ond also felled to produce a run.* The Mohawks had two on with' no outs' in that frame but Espe retired the next three batters, two oh strike outs. ALOONA had meantime pick Espe for two hits in the fourth including ' Angell's second straight double and a single:by DoUff SwytervBut with one out, Angell was cut down at the plate on an'attempted suicide squeeze in which John Gibbs missed the bunt sign. 1 Merlin' waited for Angell seme flve/ifeet front MUM plate. Angell charged Into the ' hefty Martin, ana stepped CtWelfl TfMVt IHf) IfVlfMCv At •TrWl^ tin put on the teg. Olbbs then further enhanced his "goat" ^rble by striking eut to end the • 'threat.*, Algona added another run in the fifth to make it 3-0 when hn Ond when for BUlBoldridge, Walked as oi Martin singled to loau tne bases and that was all for starting pitcher Tom Ryan. Coach Elmer Starr, a seasoned inning on a wild pitch. MASON CITY . finally broke Espe's string of 36 scoreless in- looked bleak indeed for the Bulldogs but Espe and his Whittemore third baseman Rog Meyer teamed up to get out of the iam. ' • Meyer fielded two grounders perfectly, held the Mason City man on third and threw out both runners. After walking the bases full, Bspesfanned, Swytcr and that ended the last Mohawk threct. - t ' , , i Algona picked,up another run In the sixth without a hit. Don Hagen pinch hit tot Roger But and was hit by a pitch. Martin forced him at second but Espe waa safe when the shortsto] .dropped a throw on his ground er. He advanced to third on Tom Claude's fielder's choke and scored on a passed ball. The' Bulldogs scored two in surance runs in the top of the seventh when the third Mohawk pitcher, Rubacalva, walked Scob «nd Gary Barr. Boldridge veteran of Mason City sports ac- nings in the fifth. He- walked tivities for a quarter of a cen- leadoff man Jerry Wetterling on tury, brought on Craatz to do four pitches and hit Clarence the pitching., Tom Claude's grounder to short brought home a run, the only one of the in- DIAMOND'S "WIN A HONDA" CONTEST ning. 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More chances to win 'Address i i ^ i 7 every time you are in!, | {ot a, booming double 'in the third and a Likewise', Mason dtyt touched i 1 " «*•! Turner to put two men on. Roger Barr,; who did "a fine, job of subbing for the departed Dale Teeter, ' " ~ " Fox's grol were safel' hobbled * Randy' rally, and.,all hands fanned but Roger Barr walked to load the bases. Martin rapped score one run and Espe with another run-scoring base hit.' Meyer lined a shot right to Gibbs in left field to end the 13-1 romp over Bmncron. 0 _ r _, p,'L:i—l——- & % Cliud*; 2b. ^ —5/0 3b,-___l 14--1. -'0 Scobba, If.,—- 2 1 G. 'Barr BoHridge, c R. BalT, ss: 1 Bob Farnhem, ph. Hagen, ph. Twtor. »?——'-z? Kevk? Suter'delivered a two- Algona continued its mastery over the colorful Clarence Tur- run single and there were stMl ner of Mason City. Guards Eu- two on with no outs. Things pe, Claude and "Boldridge com- MASON CITY '. afc Turner, ef,.t-l'—-—3' Fox, 2b, l__^JJ_U—ti Suter; rf. : -4 Ryan, p. : ;2 Create, p. _JJ —1 Rubacalva, p. -'—1 c. ilul'__l~i4 If' ' ' " '• _2< Sb." L.'_1'_J_-_8T Gibbs, 3b -——^__3 Wetterling, lb. _i_J-_0 ! AUsbury, ph: _u__^:i TOTALS —y^- 27 BANCROFT ADVANCIJ , " Bancroft - We'Junior Legion baseball team; 10-2 winners over EethervUIe in the 8th district meet last Tuesday, .will play 0 0 a o 2 h 0 1 1 0 0 0 ,2 0 1' 1 0 0 5 'I Was he safe or out ? f, f • i.i ' j i .,-1 (.- » t' >, , ,» - .. », Tikis ths kink out of cleinlni -Clvi» you De«p-Cliinin| ••wirPiRSyiliml • Cordiwiy smoothly reels out just is much cord is you neto, retracts lutomaticiUy . .;i • 1M PHh h.p. tin jet motor with dull eihiusti (or greater cleinmi • To«J»I!teh,nip-toplid,Sinitized» treited disposable dust ba| • Long life nylon hose • Deluxe set of cleininilccessories CLIP THIS COUPON Semi-load Just Arrived! Special savings Now :" .' 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