Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 8
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est gome u "They'll be the best team we've played sti far," says Garrigan Coach Beanie Cooper about O'Gorman high school of Sioux Falls, S. D. as he prepared his unbeaten Garrigan Bears for their third straight road game this Friday night. : there is no doubt that Beanie is living on Cloud 9. He's had some frustrating years at Garrigan with injuries and some downright unlucky breaks along the path of his eight-year coaching career at the school. But things have suddenly changed. Garrigan is ranked among the better clubs in the state right now. They've got the best football team in school history and the best here since Algona's high school's 1962 group, They may be even better but that is not important. AFTER TWO GAMES, Garri gan has gained a total of 9 yards passing and running or an average of nearly 500 yards per game. This in itself is fantastic. Their quarterback, Bill Reding, a 6'4" tower of strength, was given the Des Moines Register's "Prep of the Week" bjlling two weeks ago. This, is a distinct honor and well-deserved. Reding has (carried his , 188 pounds for 179 yards in 26 carries in the first two games for a 6.9-yard average. He's passed for an additional 214 yards with 19 completions in 28 throws. He's run for four touchdowns and passed for three more. Oh yes, in his spare time he has kicked three extra points and r^n and passed for four more. . Garrigan's other big running back, 200-pound Jack Muller, a junior fullback, has rushed fori 363 yards in 60 carries for a 6.5- yard average. :•• "There is no doubt though that Dick Muller (230 pounds) and Bob Schmitt (195,pounds) have opened , some , fine holes for these boys," Beanie added. SO THIS WEEK the Bears will meet a good team that has lost both of its games and is hungry GRID GUSSERS CONTEST The football season opened last week and the Grid Guessers contest in the Kossuth County Advance started with a bang as a host of entries poured in for the first of 11 fall contests. Winner of the first content was Mrs. Charles Hoffmann of Algona, the only one of the contestants to miss Just three games. She failed on the Washington State California game, the Illinois - SMU contest and the Indiana • Miami (O) battle. But first place of $7 belongs to her. Second was won by Algona's Dick Thoreson with four misses and a 44-point total guess — closest to the 57 points which was tops. Third place was won by Louie Lenz of Council Bluffs with a 42-point guess. Also missing four games but ending just out of the money were Robert Lovstad, Burt; Jane Fraser, Algona; Richard Eischen, also of Algona. Dead last on the Mourner's Bench was Mrs. Don Gant of Madison, Wis., with 12 misses. But this is another week and the ball bounces crazily in football. Cash prizes of $15 are awaiting lucky guessers who turn in their entries from Monday's paper. Twin livers blasts Laurens ,48-12 Twin Rivers blasted Laurens 4842 in a Twin Lakes Confer- game played at Bode Friday night.'Doug Logue scored two touchdowns on runs of 60 and 10 yards, Jack Harris caught a Steve BergUm pass of 17 yards and ran an intercepted pass back for 80 yards for Pirate touchdowns and Dale Rossing ran 35 yards for another touchdown. Roger Clark scored two touchdowns, while Jim Collins scored the other one Coach Bob Algoe praised his offensive and defensive lines for their fine play. The Pirates gain ed a total of 454 yards on the ground and the air. Twin Rivers is now 2-0 for the season, and 1-0 for conference play. Twin Rivtr. ______ _0 24 36 48 Laurens _________ 1_0 0 0 12 Thompson shocks Titonka; Swea & Armstrong post State tine wins STATE LINE CONMRINCI W L Armstrong Lincoln-C _ Swea City Thompson -. 1 0 Burt .1 .1 .1 0 its first two games. The latter are two of the biggest schools in South Dakota. Garrigan scouted O'Gorman in its 21-13 loss to Lincoln Saturday night and werur impressed. "Theyve got two good backs, BOB SCHMITT "Good tackling" te ilTfl^TVc^^. * 1« ^^^fe^v ed to Washington and Lincoln £*&• Cooper ****&' Th ^ high schools of Sioux Falls in •j i nu i ii mil 1 1 ALGONA'S RANDY RIEDINGER Algona High School Hats off this week to Algona high school's Randy Riedinger, who turned in a stellar performance in helping lead the Bulldogs to a 26-7 victory over Clear Lake last Friday night. Randy was a real work' horse, carrying the ball 25 times and picking up 109 yards for better than a 4- yard per carry average. He scored Algona's second touchdown on a two-yard plunge. Last year, Riedinger al; ternated with Tom Fitzpat• rick as fullback and was a ', letterman. This year, he ; has nailed down the full' back job and has .been do; ing a fine job thus far. • Sponsored Weekly By . . . ; JOE'S TEXACO Highway 169 South NORTH SIDE TEXACO Jet. of Highways 169 4 18 have an outstanding lineman in a boy named Jacobson, who weighs about 207. They are not too big but they pass well and although they haven't got their offense going too well as»yet, we expect a tough assignment Friday." GARRIGAN came through the LeMars game without an injury and continues to operate at full strength. Cooper was not completely happy with his club's tackling and planned to stress this phase of the game in practices this week as well as pass defense, , "We won't try anything new this week," he reported. The "green" team, Garrigan reserves, traveled to Royal Friday night and were trounced 39-0 by a good Clay- Central team. Garrigan took 22 boys' to the game and most saw action. Royal is unbeaten in 14 games over the past several seasons. The Bear reserves will probably meet the St. Edmond's reserves this week. The sophomore team opened its season last Monday by f eating Clear Lake 27-12. de. JERRY PLATHE "Recover! 3 fumble*" NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W Algona 1 Webster City 1 Humboldt 1 Iowa Falls ' 1 Hampton 0 Clear Lake 0 Eagle Grove 0 Clarion _ 0 St. John's to .f ,.•'.,.. - '.' ' state baseball semifinal game Bancroft;—St. John's high school is' one of four remaining teams in the state high school baseball tournament and met Qoldfield yesterday (Wednesday) at Goldfield for the right to enter the state finals. The Johnnies, if they win at Goldfield, will meet the winner of the Leo (Holy Cross) - Norway game at 4 p.m. Saturday in the state finals at Boone. .Bancroft advanced past Spaulding Granville Monday afternoon at Fonda, 1-0 as Dick Diers hurled a 2-hitter. Bancroft also got only two hits both by Bill Wolf m. the third and fourth innings. Bancroft had nine men go down on strike outs while Diers whiffec. six Granville men. < The Johnnies sbored their only run in the fourth inning when Jerry Vaske reached base on ,a fielder's choice, advanced to second when Schneider walked and rode home on Wolf's second single of the game. Cherokee wins lakes golf meet Algona finished tied for fifth in the eight-team Lakes Conference golf tournament Sunday at Bstherville. Cherokee won the meet with a 10-man score of 814 Since it was the third straight year Cherokee has won, it re tired the traveling trophy. Runnerup to the winners was Estherville with an 825 score Other teams were Spencer, 832 Spirit Lake, 837, Algona, 842 Emmetsburg 842, Sibley 849 anc Storm Lake 886, Don Bertell of Spencer was the medalist with a 75 while Ron Bunkers of Cherokee and Loya Martin of Cherokee had 76's. Tops for Algona were Dr. J B. Harris and Julie Chrischilles with 79's. Other Algona scorers were Clayton Pittman 80, Doug Diekmann 83, Dr. J. B. Harri Sr. 84, Bob Henderson 85, Bob MoCullough 86, Dick Thoreson 88, Charles Reid 88, Chris Henv men 89, Paul Seeley and Gene Zender 92. Fresh-Sophs lose in final 39 seconds Monday The Algona high school fresh- sophs lost a tough 13-7 decision to Clear Lake here Monday evening. The Lions scored the winning touchdown in the final 39 seconds after an 82-yard drive. The visitors scored first on a pass in the first quarter but Al- marched 65 yards in the DOUG JONES "Opens the holas" .0 1 Sentral _—. ._—0 1 Titonka — 0 1 Woden-CL ___: —0 1 Results Friday Armstrong 55, Burt 0. Lincoln-C 19, Sentral 0. Swea City 18, Woden CL 0. Thompson 47, Titonka 13. Games This Friday Titonka at Sentral. Swea City at Burt. Thompson shocked Titonka while Armstrong, Lincoln-Gene tral and Swea City lived up to their advance billing as the State Line football conference got into official action last Friday. The Thompson 47-13 defeat of title favorite Titonka was whopper of an upset but the other three teams' shutout victories were as figured: All four Kossuth county teams will play among themselves this week. # * # SWEA CITY BAGS SECOND WIN, 18-0 Swea City—Still unscored up on in two games, Swea City high school easily handled State Lime newcomer Woden-Crystal Lake Friday night, 18-0,. scoring all of its points in the first halt. Mike Johnson tallied two sec oncl period markers on runs o 12 and 72 yards. Larry Johnsoi "opened the Swea scoring with, an m-yard scamper in the opening period. SW'ca City rolled up 294 to*a yards to just 69 for WoJenrCIL and had nine first downs to onlj four lor the losers. Mike John son was the star of the night or offense for the winners. WODEN-CL ___0 000—0 SWEA CITY 6 12 0 0—18 * * # LINCOLN.C1NTRAL BLANKS StNTPIAL Oruvtr—Lincoln-Central high school indicated it will be one of the top clubs in the league race this season by downing Sen* ral here Friday, 19-0. ..arr. .. .^ ...-?-. .+.*•» .-ri „._-•<*.*>•, *.\ Tigefc* scored eight touchdowns here Friday seven extra night and points to Hurt's Bears, &5-0. Tiger markers were tallied by Dan Laffey on touchdown rUtis of 25', 37 and one yard and also The winners scored in the first played a stellar period on a 45-yard pass play Dave Love added two marKert rom Greg Teal to Dave Swan* on a ( yard plunge and, a 22-yard son and then the pair .teamed up dash while , Jim Rooney, Ken for another 43-yard scoring play .Breur and Arthur Bradley also in the second period, With just scored, 30 seconds left in the first half,' ___ Mike Von Hagen tallied the final marker of the night from four yards out. i Sentnal's best drive carried to the L-C six-inch line in the third quarter but died on a fumble. , Statistics L-C S First Down 13 12 Yards Rushing ___153 106 Passes Attempted 12 19 Passes Completed 6 5 Passes Had Intercepted 0 2 Punts .__ __.__ 5 3 Ave. Punt Yards ______ 30 29 Fumbles Lost „_ 1 2 Peiialty Yards :_ 20 50 Sentral _^___ 0 0 0 0—0 Lincoln-Central __7 12 0 0—19 :••'•' #,:". #••*•'. ARMSTRONG ROLLS PAST BURT, 55-0 ' Armstrong— The Armstrong THOMPSON fftlMii.lt TlfONKA, f itwtka - If Titonka high school is going to repeat m champions or «K*_mpiofls of the State Line Conference this ye*f, the Indiana at* going to have to get going fast. They lost their second game of the seaaon and first irt loop added Play here Friday as unheralded S ThSmgsort ra«*f to •«•»_£ W1 ,, Totti Smith of Thompson rolled up a fantastic 360 yards on total offense during the flight. He ran for two touchdowns and passed for three others in the rout. Only Indian markers were scored, by Russ Sleper and Chuck Truhkhill. STOCK CAR RACES "THE ACTION TRACK OF THE MIDWEST" SATURDAY, SEPT. 24th-7 P.M. — KING KQRN DAYS CELEBRATION 150 Unit Parade Thru Downtown Fairmont 2 P.M. Stock Car Review on Main Street —- 4 P.M. Stock Car Races at the Fairgrounds 7 P.M. Dancing at the American Legion Club __ 9 P.M. Fairmont Speedways ' • ' . v .•",..• •*-....•'•• el: ; ' ;•. . •' * MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. 8—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURaCuo, _ w Clarion game crucial for Bulldog season Coach Keith , Christie was Sunda nappy guy Sunday. ^ It is a tough job taking over from a successful coaching predecessor and that's what Christie did. Jim Hershberger compiled one of the best football coaching records in Algona history during his tenure here and when his team lost to Emmetsburg in the opener 6-0, Keith might have began wpnderoing how long it would be before the Monday morning quarterbacks would tart "second-guessing." But Friday night his Bulldogs showed lots of punch plus a stout defense in crushing Clear Lake 26-7 and Keith is now breathing easier. He's won his first gams and the Bulldogs showed they of desire and good had plenty coaching. "I CAN'T single out any one man on defense,".he said Sunday. "They are all playing well." That's an understatement after l\e had-to. He also lauded Randy Riedinger, who carried the ball 25 times during the night. The surprise was that Bob Farnham did not lug the ball more after practically dominating the offense in the Emmetsburg opener. "Tiiere was a good reason," Christie said, referring to Farnham's lack of offense ball-carrying action. He carried only two times all night. "We needed more blocking for our outside runs and that means double-teaming the end. Bob did a fine job in helping us get some good gains on the outside. After the Emmetsburg game when we ran almost every play up the middle, we knew Clear Lake would jam us." ALGONA used 21 players- in the game and the return of Max Miller, Don Hagen and Steve ths defense held Clear Lake to Waller'from the injured list'gave than 100 yards overall. It the second straight week .third period to tie the game. Mike Betts and Larry Taylor, a couple of sophomores, carried for big yardage on the march with Taylor going over from the one-yard line and he also added the extra point on a run. But Clear Lake started on its own 18-yard line with four minutes to play and three long passes ate up most of the yardage. The locals meet Clarion here next Monday night. They are!was now M for the season. less was they've accomplished this feat. "But we've got lots of work to do this week," he added. "Scouts tell us that Clarion is a top outfit. They pushed Webster City all around be. fore losing 13-7." Actually, the Lynx scored both of their touchdowns on passes, one of which was a 79-yarder Clarion had trouble against BeV mond in the opener but played Webster City "off its feet" Christie said. "They are a good hitting team and noi afraid of contact," h$ reported. So there is little doubt that Algona will meet its toughr est foBiFriday night at Clarion. They'll then come home for four of their last five games. : CERTAINLY there is little doubt that Clear Lake was probably the weakest team Algona will play this season. Although the Lions had 14 lettermen back, they are not a hard-hitting dub nor did they show much offensive punch except for a late first half drive for their only touchdown. Christie was pleased with the improvement of jiuiior quarterback Roger Barr, whose passing the Bulldogs much more depth than in the opener. AH three played exceptionally well. Best of all, the Bulldogs came out of the game with no injuries and should be at full strength for the Cowboys much better than ia the who ran vyell whoa LARK? MUNGER "Deadly Tackier" Largest PAID circulation Advertise in the Adv*nct All-New Styling for Ambassador DPL 'two -up-sweep" horizontal paint stripes at the belt line add distinction to the all-new 1967 Ambassador DPL hardtop and convertible models. 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