Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1966 · Page 5
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Blue 18 puts zing infieai attack; to LeMars Friday Coach Beartie Cooper was look ing for some program that Would add incentive to his 1666 Gawigan high school football forces this summer and together with the assistant coaches, came Up with the idea of a "Blue" squad. And that's why there wtre fust a handful of reservtt en the bench Friday night when the Beers dismantled highly regarded Estherville high school 32-13 here for the opening victory of the season, To be a member of the blue squad a player must: (1) Work hard; (2) Not lack courage; (3) Work harder than anyone else when he makes the "Blue" unit. "It doesn't cost any more to buy blue sweatshirts than whites so we decided to., get a couple dozen blue shirts and this would be the elite unit," Cooper said Monday. PLAYERS MUST work extra hard to make the "Blue" unit, which has had as many as 24 members and as few as 13 during pre-season practices. • Generally, these will be the only boys who will suit up for .Garrigan. games this fall and just about everybody that suits up will play since they have shown in drills they have what it takes. 'The remainder of the varsity squad are known as "Green" Shirts but the groups are fluctu- •' ating. A boy can graduate from •the greens to the blues by hard work and progress. Because he will not be suiting up as many players this 'fall, Cooper is trying to line-up several games for the reserves besides the regular fresh-soph, schedule. This week, the Bears go on the first of three straight road games, meeting LeMars Gen- len at 7:45 p.m. Friday at Le- , Mars. Gehlen lost to Akron 13-0 in its season opener, a game which Cooper scoutad Saturday. "They are a big team and will probably outweigh us seven or eight pounds per man," he reported Monday. "But they are not particularly fast 'and' were forced to throw the ball a lot THURSDAY, SEPT, 15, 1966 ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—S y- k- against Akron." HE WILL PROBABLY be tr ing to keep his squad from loo ing ahead to the next week when it meets St. EdmOnd's of Fort Dodge, 40-6 victors over Eagle Grove in the season opener. Cooper praised the work of the Muller brothers, Jack and Dick, Dave McCarthy and Kevin O'Brien. The latter is a 147- pound Whittemore boy who has shown great desire in winning the linebacker and offensive center post. "He's not big in size - but he makes up for it with great desire," Cooper says about O'Brien. He also liked the work of Jim Youngwirth on defense plus his 8 pass catches from Bill Red ing, good for 80 yards. And then of course,. Reding is not to ba overlooked for good football loams need a top quarterback and everyone who saw him was greatly pleased at Reding's work. • HE'S GOT THE size (8'3") for a quarterback, can run well anc is a tremendous thrower. Cooper also said that Mike Schittz will be given more work in drills .this week as a halfback. He played little last Friday but" has shown in practices that he can be a good back-up man in the backfield. Champions in Trap Shoot Sentral, Swea give Kossuth even break Two of the 4 Kossuth county teams in the State Line Conference won season openers in non-conference football games Friday night. Sentral edged Kanawha 13-12 and Swea City blan- ed Rolfe, 6-0. Conference play begins this ! riday with Titonka entertain- ng Thompson, Sentral going to incoln-Central, Burt traveling o Armstrong and Swea City en- ertaining Woden-Crystal Lake, "i'tonka is rated conference fav- irite with Swea City, Armstrong nd Lincoln-Central given a good ALGONA'S PREP OF THE WEEK hancs lot. of ending up in the top Titonka and Armstrong shard the crown last year with 5-1 marks. WINNERS IN the annual Izaak Walton Trap Shoot at the grounds south of Algona are shown after the day's activities Sunday. They a re shown, left to right, back row, Earl Zeigler, Algona, Izaak Walton traveling trophy; Mr. Pihl, high handicap; Jim Truelson, Britt, 3rd high overall; Gary Ludwig, St. Benedict, second high overall; back row, C. Christensen, Woden, high overall, and Bob Arend, high 16 yards. Photo by Poundstone Studio. like this unto* it's on pro football. Ellis averaged 45 yards <a kick. NOHTH Cf NTKAL w _ CONr-MlNCt JMULTl|f ^ n <„ >»»?K s . * ',H Twift Rivers 27 ttumboWt 13 Belmond 21|Clarionvd .% - EmmdsbUrg 6-AlgdrtA 0 rf Eldona o i&wl fllisW* ' Webster City 27 Spencer 0 Hampton 12 Ackley 6 Forest City 0 Clear Lafci 0 Reding named "Prep of the Week" Bill Reding, Garrigan's fine quarterback, was honored Wednesday by being named DCS Moines Register "Prep of the Week", after a brilliant opening last week in the Bears' 3243 win over Estherville. He had a total offense of 228 yards and ran for one touchdown. Reding is the second Algona quarterback honored in the past five years. Tom Waller ,was given similar recognition in 1962. H0? ^ eillefs wi?re Mr, ind Simon and MM. t>{* Champion SENTRAL EDGES KANAWHA 13-12 Fenton — An extra point was ,he margin of victory for Sentral liglr'schooT here Friday as the Satellites edged Kanawlia 13-12 n the non-conference football opener for both teams. Trailing 12-6 at the half, Sentral got the tying touchdown in ihe -third quarter on a three- yard plunge by Jerry Nerem and ihen Ron Dacken dashed over on the extra point to provide the victory margin. Sentral's first touchdown was scored on a five-yard pass play From Mike Luedtke. Rich Shaw, Nerem and Bill Hassel did fine defensive jobs for the winners. Both of Kanawha's touchdowns were scored by Marv Rie- tema on 90 and 42-yard punt returns. * . # * SWEA CITY EDGES ROLFE FRIDAY, 6-0 Swea City — The Swea City Trojans opened their 1966 football season on a winning note Friday night by scoring in the first period and holding off Rolfe to win 6-0 in a non-conference game. Mike Johnson scored the only touchdown of the game on a 10- yard reverse play in the opening period. Critical blow to the Trojan hopes this year was the loss Bulldog JY's edge Emmetsburg Monday, 19-9 The Algoma high school junior varsity opened its season Monday night with a 19-9 victory over Emmetsburg. They'll meet Clear Lake here next Monday night at 7 p.m. Algona jumped to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on a 25-yard touchdown pass from sophomore Rod Rogert to Mike Belts. The Bulldogs got their" second touchdown late in the first half when junior Neal Smith picked up a loose ball after a fumble -and he raced unmolested into the end, zone. Emmetsburg scored^ on a long pass play in the final" second o# the first half and got a safety midway in the third period. Algona hung on to win with Rogert racing 20 yards on the final play of the game for the last touchdown and scoring the extra point on an identical run. The defensive unit looked good with Tim Black • getting a good share of the tackles. Garrigan begins grade football games Sunday The Garrigan grade school football season will begin Sunday, Sept. 18, at Garrigan high school. The teams involved in this league are: the St. Cecelia Colts, St. Cecelia Giants, St. Ce- cslia Vikings, St. Benedict Bronco's, Wesley Wildcats, Whitts- more Tigers, St. Joe Lions and the Humboldt Falcons. The games will be played at 1, 2, 3 and 4 p.m. The program lasts for five Sundays with a tournament at the end of the season All interested persons are invit- Algona looks for more offense at Clear Lake Algona high school football two came on penalties). He cited Irvington By Mae McLean JACK MULLER 1 Garrigan High School Dur first "Prep of the Week'; s Jack Muller, Garrjgan's fine • 305-pound fullback who play! jd his first game at f-ullbacl; last week, and was the spark ' )lug in Garrigan's 32-13 vie; cory over Estherville. Mulle; • jcored three touchdowns anc! accounted for 136 yards in 2£; carries for a 4.7 yard per car • ry average. Muller has already seen rated as one of the besi; fullback's in Northwest Iowa md a reserving Algona "Prep of the Week." Sponsored Weekly By ... JOE'S TEXAOO Highway 169 South NORTH SIDE TEXACO ; Jet. of Highway! 169*18 top tackle Craig Larson with * knee injury in the first period. He'll probably be out for a number of weeks. Johnson sparked the Swea City offense, picking up 98 yards in 22 tries. Swea City's defense held Rolfe off twice inside the Eive-yard line in the second half. Swea City gained 144 yards while Rolfe had 158 but only 49 of those were on the ground. Coa-eh Wayne Baker's club tried only two passes. * * TITONKA SOWS TO BOONE VALLEY Renwick—Titonka high school, favorite to win the State Line Conference this fall, was beaten by Boone Valley here Friday evening, 19-6. Steve Lane scored all three Boone Valley touchdowns on runs of 18, 40 and 26 yards. Titonka scored its lone touchdown late in the fourth quarter. BURT |OWS TO MESCRVEY-THORNTON Burt -T. The £urt Bears lost their 10th game in a row in a three-session span, as Meservey- Tl*pri^to,a <*e<f$ited (he Bears ty&jse :Fp$ay a)$)ft,.-90. Burt's only touchd^wij oajne on a run by Brad Cranston. Bill Caffrey and Jack Pals each scored, two markers for the non-confereace opener. JUDY WALKER', 13-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Walker*w>£r Bsoas; }»$> shb\$W as she competed in the Izaak Walton Trap Shoot Sunday south of Algona. She is the Northwest Iowa Woman's champion and won the crown at Fort Dodge Aug. 14 of this vear And ' she has been shooting only about 10 months. She had a bad day here Sunday but still hit 33 of 50 birds. Judy stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips of Algona. (Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie). ed to attend these games. Twin Rivers (tumps Humboldt, 27-13 Humboldt — Twin Rivers high school defeated Humboldt for ,he first time since 1958, 27-13 lere Friday night. It was only ;he second Pirate victory in the history of the series. Twin Rivers jumped off to an early 7-0 lead and were in control 13-6 at the half. Roger Clark pulled off the top run of the night for the winners, a 90-yard kickoff return. Other touchdowns were by Dale Rossing on a one-yard plunge, Doug Logue from six yards out and Jack Harris on a 16-yard scoring pass from Steve Bergum. WINS RACE . A Swea City harness racer, Lakota Way, owned by Ahrend Hans of Swea City, won the feature race at the Clay County Fair Tuesday. The horse whipped through a 2-minute 6 4/5 Advance Foatba!! Contest bsgins The 19th annual Advance Football Guessing Contest opens today with a host of Al- gcna merchants sponsoring the 20-game contest each week. The contest appsars in today's paper but generally will be found in the Monday Advance. The rules are the same as in previous years excspt that all entries must be submitted on Advance entry blanks. Cash prizes of $15 will be offered to the top three entries each week. Go get 'em fans! drills will stress offense this week as Coach Keith Christie and assistants attempt to put some punch in the Bulldog offense alter the locals were held scoreless in a 6-0 defeat at Emmetsburg Friday night. They'll make their second straight road trip this week, traveling to Clear Lake Friday night in the opening conference game of the season. The Lions were also held scoreless in a 0-0 tie with Forest City last week. However, they have a veteran clut with 14 lettermen and will be u rugged foe for the locals Algona won here last year, 18-0 CHRISTIE HOPES to have some of his "cripples" back in the line-up. But it is reasonably certain now that Rick Black, a boy who was expected to pu ii s'pssd'' In- 'the-' Bulldog' baekfield this season, will be out for th season. He broke his arm sev eral nights before the Emmets burg game. "At the start of the season I expected 3ill Boldridge, Steve Waller, Rich Black and Bob Farnham to be my starting backs," Christie said after the gam^. "And Friday night only one of them was available tor duty (Farnham)." Waller suited up but was in the game just one play. He is expected to ba ready this week. Others out of the lineup included Max Miller, Don Hagen, Steve Voyles and several i - eserves. Miller and Hagen should be ready this week. Boldridge, who broke a bone in his foot in preseason practices, will be out at least another two weeks. "This summer Beanie Cooper told me he was moving that black injury cloud out of town," Christie said. "But it looks like all it did was settle over our camp." The Bulldog mentor had only nice things to say about his defensive line, which held: Emmetsburg to just 37 yards and only two first downs (the other Tom Jones, Randy Riedinger, "hil Bode, Dave Camp and Jtso'b 'arnham for .great line play. NOT TO BE overlooked was Tom Claude, who made 19 tac-| cles from his linebacker post. Bode contributed 17 more'. And he defeasdve secondary consist- ng of ,Greg Betts, Brocke Laws and Rod Rcgert did well also de- pite the fact not one of the loys had ever played a minute of varsity ball prior to the game. It was generally agreed in the Bulldog camp that the sensational kicking of Ted Ellis was the deciding factor in the game. He bocted 11 tames and eight of those times the ball ended inside the Algona 20 yard line. Five of the times the ball was inside the Algona 5-yard line. This was the differ&ncs in this game at least and it is;certain YOUTH FELLOWSHIP Fourteen young people attended the first fall meeting of the Irvington Youth Fellowship last week Thursday evening. New officers are: president, Ray Chamberlain; vice, Russell Harms; secretary, Sharon Harms; treasurer, Sue Kent. The lesson was taught by pastor Keith Strayer and the Chamberlains served. A picnic in honor of Mrs. Opal Barker was held at the Robert Casey home Sunday. Others 'attending were the Clarence, Maron and Eugene Casey families. VIrs. Barker who has been visiting here since early summer, plans to leave for her home at Escondido, Calif., late in September or early October. Some 75 attended the annual Irvington church picnic at Call Park, Sunday. j, Harry Christensen, Humboldt, recently spent sixteen days at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, he suffers from gallstones. 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