Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1966 · Page 5
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Iowa Falls scores twice in first half low* Algona Fulls downs 8 13 Yards gained 132 238 • By rushing 76 167 Bypassing 56 71 Passes attempted 14 11 Passes completed 5 6 Passes Inter, by 1 i Fumbles Rec. by 2 1 Penalties 3-15 6-50 Kicks blocked by 0 1 .*••' ';•'• # * *• ii Green Bay have may Paul Horhung but Iowa .Falls had Steve Hotnung and he must have looked like his pro .namesake to Algona's Bulldogs as he ran for two touchdowns and made most of his team's tackles as the Cadets spoiled Algona's Homecoming game Friday night, 13-0. £ Hornung proved why he's y the North Central Conferences top rusher by racing 59 yards •{for. • touchdown with 40 sec- . lends left in the first quarter {•and then fielded a pass as the first half born blew and skip- •ptd 29 yards for the other Ca- •4et marker. *•• Algona never recovered in the Second half and 'in fact after tying Iowa Falls in first downs Gf6 in the first half, got just two in the final two quarters and one of those was on pass interference in the final 30 seconds of play. ;| Meanwhile, the visitors picked lip seven first downs in the final Half, mostly on the power-running of Mr. Hornung. He carried 17 times in the game for 148 yards and that's just a little less than nine yards per carry. ALGONA TOOK the opening kickoff and got a' first down on a 13-yard burst by Bob Farnham. But the Bulldogs bogged down and so did the Cadets after a first down. A 53-yard kick rol led dead on the Algona 17. £ Algona mounted its best offensive, .drive, of jhe .night, .rolling up three straight first . downs, the last two on 13 and 16-yard passes from Roger Barr to Tom Claude. .':•', The Bulldogs got to the Iowa Flails 29 on this drive, but were forced to kick. Starting on its Jl, the Cadets marched 89 yards in just six plays. The big ground-gainer was Hornung's run around Algona's left end. He burst into the clear at the 40 and outran the Algona secondary with ease to score with 40 seconds left in the quarter. Ill APPEARED the Bulldogs might get it tied or go ahead midway in the second period A loose ball squirted out of the Cadet quarterback's lianas, auu fam Claude finally corraled the ball and was hauled down on the Qadet 8., ; Oh yes, the Iowa Falls' quarterback was named Taylor so they had a backfield of Hornung and Taylor. Algona Homecoming/ ^^••^•^^ "• ^^ ( * • .,, •" • . • • ' b/ -- 1 ''>'•* .' ' ^^^^^^^ ^* j Prizes of rece >nt hunting f rip i winy 564;, >; . •-. • High Game: Marguerite Heen- rich, 225. Wadneiday Night Men . DitAWorth, 189; Men; Amos Meyer, 202. Fenton Elevator __^___15 Bode Elevator _______ _14 Elk Cleaners _______ ___ 7 Bernie's Ree. ____ '-—.?. 6 Whlttemore Elevator __ 5 Cunningham Oafe _____ 1 Percival Mtrs., ________ 0 2 9 10 11 15 16 . High Team ScHes: Hanim's Beer, 3103. High Series: Doyle Dailey, 614. High Game: Doyle Dailey, 235: Thursday Night Women •',;.: .^ W L Lindsay _i_i_J_^_^_iil4. 2 CoasUo-Coast -,^^-L.Al 5 Johnson Holijse L'-iiai.!! 5 Frederick Hdw. —__ _10 6 Viking Oil __,___—__ 9V 2 6M- Farm Service "_I ____ _" 9 7 Hamm's _-_;_ ____ ______ 8 8 VFW L-___ _____ ^2± 7 ' 9 Dunn's Sure Save __ __ 6Vfe 9V. Gambles ____ , ___________ 5 11 Everds Bros. __ ________ 4 12 E'lbert's Mileage ______ 1 1 High Team Series: Lindsay 2349. High Series: Irene Slobe, 496 High Game: Lorctta Ditsworth 193. Thursday Night Men • Classic W Uene's Electronics ____ 6 rfeimm's No. 2 _ ________ 5 rlamm's ,No. 1 ___ ___ __ 4 Ejustrom Furn. _______ 4 Algona Lanes ____ _ _______ 4 Seeley Realty Co. _____ 1 DR. JERRY WAITE, Fenton, is shown with the rifle and grizzly bear skull that was one of the prizes during _ month- long hunting expedition in the Alaskan bush country for him. In front is the bear's hide and/to the left is the skull of the Dall Sheep. At right are the antlers of the moose. But three line plunges netted just three yards and Barr's favorite pass receiver, Tom Clauds, was bottled up at the line of scrimmage and the fourth down pass fell harmlessly. Still the Bulldogs should have gone to the dressing room down only 6-0 but when the Cadete kicked with 30 seconds left in the half, Greg Betts lost the ball when tackled and the visitors had it on the Algona 42 with nine seconds left. ~ Coach Keith Christie wisely put seven men back on pass defense 1 arid the first pass gained just 13 yards to the 29>The next one went to Hornung near the line of, scrimmage. He was apparently boxed in by two Bulldog tacklers. But no one put the clincher on him and he squirmed away and raced straight up the field past the bewildered Bulldogs. The kick was good and it was 13-0. That's how it ended except for some tough Algona defense in stopping several Cadet drives in the second half. Algona got a second half kickoff break when the line drive kick hit a retreating Iowa Falls lineman and bounced right back to Algona's 43 where it was easily recovered. But Algona couldn't move and Bob Parnham's punt was blocked and recovered on the Bulldog 24. This drive ended on the 8 with Larry Munger's interception. The Cadets were back down field goal try missed by a NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Humboldt 3 0 Webster City 2 1 Iowa Falls _ 2 1 Clarion 2 1 Algona . 1 2 Hampton 1 2 • Eagle Grove 1 2 Clear Lake : 0 3 Results Friday Iowa Palls 13 Algona 0 Humboldt 7 Webster City 6 Eagle Grove 13 Clear Lake 0 , Clarion 32 Hampton 19 . \ Barr threw the ball well. Next Friday it will be Humboldt here and after the Wildcats upset 7-6 win over Webster City last Friday, they'll be a formidable foe. Twin Rivers, currently unbeaten in four games, racked the Wildcats in the opener but since then they've won three straight to lead the conference. So this should be a big chal- Isngth to Keith Christie's men. shortly after a.25ryard punt by Farniham but this; time,.were stalled oh the seven, and._ a fourth couple of feet. AGAIN IOWA Falls moved to the Algona 21 bafore stalling and they got to the 11 midway in the fourth period but no farther. So it was a night of frustration for Algona. They were outr manned in the line by the larger Cadets but still there was some good line play by Phil Bode, Don Hagen, and a couple of others. Munger and Claude, likewise, got lots of tackles. Randy Riedinger ran the Best for the Bulldogs, getting some 12 and 13-yard gains but just as in the earlier games, the lack of speed hurt Algona all the way. They had no one to match Hornung. Tom Claude caught four passes for 53 yards and generally, Bowling Monday Night League No. 1 W Tall Paul's 15 Zencler's 13 Old Style 11 Hamm's 9 Lindsay 8 Weidenhoff 8 Gambles 8 Rollings Hog Mkt. 7 Algona Lanes 6 K of C 5 State Farm 4 la. State Bank ___^1___ 2 High Team Series: Old Style 2812. * High Series: Arlen Benscho- 10 11 12 14 lading's Gravel 11 WMttemcre Lockers 9 lindihorst Deputies 8 Northwestern Mutual 5 1] 1st Lutheran 5 11 Jniversal No. 2 4 Dunn's Sure Save ____ 2 ' !<; High Team Series: Lindhora Deputies, 2901. High Series: Russ Sands: 614. High Game: Russ Sands, 222. Tuesday Night No. 2 W L Dekalb 16 0 Pine Room 13 3 Klein's Farm Supply 11 5 Albert's Mileage 8 8 JVeidenihoff 8 8 Larry's -8 8 Loiits Creek Store & Cheese 8 ' 8 Oooa Cola 4 12 Federal N. la. Grain __ 2 * 14 Blossom Ins. i 2 High Team Series: Bjustrom Furn., 2706. High Series: Ken Meyer, 624. High Game: Ken Meyer, 253. Friday Mixed Doubles W Pittman Finance 15 Pepsi-Cola 12 Zender's 9 Ken's Auto 8 Standard Oil _; 8 Moorman Feed , 7 FEMIC 5 Seven-Up 0 10 Series: Egbert's ter, 552. High Game: Willie 212. Tuesday Night No. 1 W Utt Electric 13 Buscher Bros 12 Universal No. 1 11 High Team Mileage, 2954. High Series: John Haag, 616. High Game: John Haag, 222. Wednesday Night Women W . L East End Groc. 10 2 Directory Service 9 3 Cock's Welders 9 3 Algona Auto Repair 9 Fareway 8 4 Charlie's Supper Club __ 6 6 la. State Bank 5 7 Rusk Drug 5 7 Marshall, Women of the Moose 5 7 Weidenhoff 3 9 Good Samaritan 2 1C L Algona Lanes 1 10 3 High Team Series: Fareway 4 2570. 51 High Series: Charlotte Bald High Team Series: Pittman Finance, 2201. High Series, Women: LaVotune ittmian, 486; Men: Clayton Pittman, 544. High Game, Women: Evelyn 'erguson, 181; Men: Bob Sfctt ling, 211. Sat. Night Mixed Dbl. No. 1 Viking Oil 11 Druggist Mutual -. •_ 9 Taylor Motor 8 Algona Bar bars 6 Borden's Dairy 5 North Iowa Appliance __ 2 Fenton Elevator 2 Mel's No. 8 1 High TeamJSeries: Viking Oil, 2213. High Series, Women: Jean Reynolds, 482; Men: John Rasih, 538. High Game, Women: Jean Reynolds, 175; Men: John Rash, 211. 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