Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 8
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passes for four, runs for another STATISTICS Ertimets- GArrigan burg First downs' N 22 7 Total yds gained 474 , 145 by rushing 301 89 bypassing 173 ! 56 Passes' attempted 23 22 Passes' completed 14 ''.'"". 4. Passes*Inter, by 4 2 Fumbles lost 0 0 Penalties 3-25 5-25 Quarterback Bill Reding pas sed for four touchdowns, ran ov er another and intercepted three wayward" tosses, to lead his un beaten Garrig&h ;high Schoo mates to'their fifth straight foot ball victory here Saturday night 46-13 ."-.pver previously unbeaten Emmetsburg Catholic. The visitors had gone through four straight opponents withou ; a loss but they hadn't seen any thing like Mr. Reding and hi Bear mates. Still, they forced the Bears to throw for 5 of their first 6 touchdowns and stopped the Garrigan running game well in the opening period. But once •Reding unlimbered his talented right arm, the game turned into a rout. '••'-•.. He ended up by passing for 173 yards; completing 12 of 17 pitches in a little over three quarters of action. Principal receiver was big Jini Youngwirth, who made some truly sensation- al catches as he hauled down hree touchdown pitehes. GAtfftlrfAN kicked off, held he Irish and took over after « kick on the Bear 4& It took just eight plays to go the route. Biggest ground-gainer was- a • pitchout from Reding to Tom Blactf on the option play which covered 36 yards, from Gafrigan's 46 to Emmetsburg's 18. Jack Muller was held to just four yards in three shots at the line but Reding hit 6lack on a'third down pass froni the eight for the opening score with just 2:50 v gone in the game. Reding kicked the point. An .unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on a Bear kick put the Irish deep in Garrigan territory on the 23 shortly after but Reding" 'inlerc'ipt'ecl. a pass to kill this drive and start another Bear march. Nine plays-later with still two minutes left on the first period clock and Garrigan had another marker. A 15-yard penalty for piling on against the Irish helped but it was a 12-yard touch down pass to sophomore John Winkel which hit pay dirt. Wirt- kel, incidentally, made a fine grab of the ball going full blast to the goalline. That made it'13-0 as Reding's point kick was wide. son otMf. Mrs.' Black gets big gain t ;_ BRl^ » ^NN^ i ^"^^ ; «-4 GARRIOAN'S TOM Black is shown racing for a big I second half gain during the* Bear's 46-13 rout over Emmetsburg Catholic here Saturday night. V Black,' a <spphoniore who has come along fast this season, scored one of the seven Bear touchdowns during {the"night. , Exclusive^AdvatWe ll Photo by Brute Ritchie. * * i*» : / ' v , ,__'__,_ THE BEARS, started another drive from their own 37 and went 63 yards in 10 plays to score With 5:36 left in the half. Jack Muller got in gear and bulled 21 of the yards on four carries. Key play was a fourth down pass to Black which covered 22 yards on a fake 'kick by Reding The play carried to the Emmetsburg eight and on the next play, Reding found Youngwirth for the six points. Again, the point try failed. The Bears still , had time for two more TD's in the first : half Reding inte'rce'nted another Irish pass at midfield. First he passed 17 yards to Black and then Muller rambled 18 yards to! the 15, On the next play, the 205-pound iunipr Muller "bulled .the final 15 yards for the poirits:.with 3 35 left in the half and -Reding faked a kick and passed to; Youngwirth who was .absolutely lonespme in thlKeibhe'niaei6O MIKE GROTTY "Good defensive job" lowed, up with another for a touchdown with 20 seconds to go and both catches were circtis jobs. So the first half ended 33-0 and it was just a matter of how far Coach Beanie 'Cooper wanted to go in rolling up the score. Let's say he was merciful. The Bears got their sixth touchdown with just two minutes gone in the second half. Muller drove for four and then six. Reding got six more and Muller ate up 11 big yards to the Emmetsburg AS, T(ME,, ra/n lout ft the jhalf , Garrigan got a good break when an Emmetsburg kick went out of bounds, after going only six yards, on the Irish 25, ,, ; MarJr:Goetz ate up nine .of the yards" and then Reding passed to Youngwirth on the five. He fol- 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE the second half kick- 35 after off.., . .,.;.,,.... ,.,^ .., u , ; Reding then fired a strike fe Youngwirth in • touchdown play covering 35 yards to make c it 39^0; • Y,'./•', A Y, '/•' Garrigan mounted its final touchdown drive after taking over on its own 20 and stopping a three-first down Irish drive. It took 14 plays to go the distance this time. Goetz M * "'•' some .fine running on this drive, ••ting 'up> 16 yards :in| four plays'and carrying ove& from the five with 52 seconds left in the third period. ., MARK GOETZ "Scores Touchdown" ' From, then on, Cooper used mostly reserves. The Irish scor ed with ,4:25 left after intercept ing a pass on the Garrigan 49. Bisenius went over from the two. THE FINAL Irish marker was purely a gift. A Black pass was intercepted in the flat arid re* turned to the Garrigan eight with less than a minute to play and the visitors got their second touchdown on fourth down from the two-yard line. ' ; ;': £ The BeerV got some great ef- .^forti j! again 'this, week.', Dave McCarthy was ferocious on defense. Black played one of His btif offensive gam** and Jack Muller blatted out 122 yards in 19 carries, iut CmmeHburf played It tauoh though the first quarter at tosh They threw Rfedittg for sever- at huge looses and hurried his passe* with a constant two-man blitt they stacked up MUller nearly a half dozen times with shdft gatttff in the" opening min' uti^s. Bat when Reding; Began foiling up on tHe pass'rah op^ tiori, the blitzing began J to be' critic'ineffective and that's about the titne the toUchddwn parade reached high: gear. Twin Riven nips Rockwell City for 5th straight Twin Rivers high school took another giant step to a Twin Lakes Conference' title and an unbeaten season with a 35-26 victory over previously, unbeaten Rockwcll,C|ty there Friday night for 1 their 5th straight win without a loss. The Pirates now have Potia- h'ontas Oct. 14 and Rolfe Oct. 19 at home'and Albert City Oot 28 there to close out the season. Doug Logue raced for two touchdowns arid runs of thr^e and five yards and added all five extra points by place-kickin. The Pirates tallied first on an 11-yard run by Dale Rossing. Steve Bergum tossed a four- yarder to Duane Sharp for the NAVY HONORS Apprentice Barry Yates Was re cently awarded two major hoh iented a certificate 6f award for hi§ pirttcipitioti in the , Irttcr- service Sports program and an awafd for reviving a Coast Guard trainee who, collapsed af ter a clMdlh .swimming: *a(rfy is at Cape Way U. S. Coast Guard frtining Certter ' DRYING TANK second score and Bergum ran the other touchdown for the Pirates on a 7-yard gallop in the third period. SIRINOINIM AMIMCAf MMCI MWIfff -U.S. SAVINGS ONDS A new 26,500 bushel BEHLEN DRYING TANK is now in operation at the Harold Frider** «nd Sons farm lo> cited north of Ottosen. This new unit is •quipped with 40 H.P. 3 PH Motor, 48" fan and 6 million PTU burner. ; Stop by and look this now. unit over. 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