The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1966 · Page 12
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Titonka Leads Area Track Teams Teeter Sets Record At Eagle Grove Avfe, track teams were really in business during the weekend as Class AA, A, B and C District Meets were held in every corner of the state. First and second place finishers in each event advanced to State Meet action, witli the A meet slated at Eagle Grove May 21. As •. team, Titonka put on the best show by anyone from Kossutli county as the Indians captured the team title on their home track. Six other area teams were in the field, with a total of 19 teams getting into the scoring. The Indians were led to their title by Steve Cosgrove, who copjjed the high hurdles in -.17.2; the 880-yd. relay team, first at 1:3G.G; the mile relay team, first with a 3:42 clocking; and the 440-yd. relay team, first at Algernon Leads Iowa State To Bowling Title .. Swea City, tentli in the field, ' got a fine effort from Mike Hazelhoff, who went 6-1 in the high jump, with Tom Kockler getting the Trojans' other first in the mile, with a 4:49.9 time. Boone Valley's Don Lerdal won the shot put with a 45-5 toss; and Twin Rivers copped the 2-mile relay in 8:53.8. The scoring looked like this: Titonka, 39, Goldfield 33, Twin Rivers, 32 1/2, N. E. Hamilton, 25, Boone Valley 23, Dows 18, Alden 16 1/2, LuVerne 15 1/2, N. W. Webster 14, Swea City 13, Kanawha 13, Thompson 12, Klemme 12, Burt 8, Crystal Lake 6 1/2, Radcliffe 6, Meservey- Thornton 3, Rockwell-Swaledale 3, and Rake 2. Alipna's Dale Teeter set a new standard for the school when he won the 880-yd. run in the Class A Meet at Eagle Grove as the Bulldogs placed eighth in a 12 team field. Teeter zipped the course in 2:01. 3, more than a second below the school mark. He also qualified for the State Meet with a second place finish in the 440. Dave Martin just missed second in the 220, placing third. Garrigan, which finished last in the meet, got another good performance from Dave McCarthy, who garnered second in the high jump with a leap of 5-6. At Milford, Armstrong finished ninth with 14 points, Sentral tenth with 10 points, West Bend 12th with 7 points and Ringsted last with one point. Alan Luedtke of Sentral, who normally wins the discus wherever he competes in this area, won that event again, while Tom Trenary of Armstrong won the 880-yd. run in 2:07.2. The Bulldogs will compete in the North Central Conference Track Meet at Clarion Friday. Titonka Girls Are Second Titonka finished second, Sentral fifth, Corwith-Wesiey eighth, Lakota tentli, Twin Rivers 14th and Burt 15th in the Girls District Track Meet at Titonka Thursday. District champion was Clay Central. Area individuals and relay teams winning firsts were ; Ricke, Corwith-Wesley, shot put, 33-1 1/2; Tietz, Sentral, discus, 95-7 1/2; 440 relay Titonka, :53,7. Rick Slobe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Slobe of Algona, captured top individual honors in the Big Eight Conference bowling meet at Kansas City recently. Rick led the Iowa State University team to its first bowling title in conference history. Ha was named to the number one spot on the All-Star team after nabbing the two-game high with a 459, the 6th and 9th highest games with 247 and 242, and posting a 203 average. As a high school sophomore, Rick was on the Algona high team that won the state bowling title at Iowa City in 1962. He was also a member of the 196364 Algona state basketball tour-, nament team. Bancroft To Finals BANCROFT — The Bancroft High School baseball team advanced to the District Tournament finals here Friday afternoon by defeating LuVerne 104 in the tournament opening game. The District championship < gnme will pit Bancroft versus the winner of the Rockwell - ' Mason City game with date and site to be announced. Friday's victory came on the strength of a 12-hit attack by Bancroft led by Dick Dlers who had a perfect day at the plate — a triple and three singles in four trips. Steve Vaske, who homered in the sectional tournament championship game with Ledyard, poled another home run Friday in addition to a single. Den Hutchlnson added two singles to the Bancroft cause. R H E Bancroft 10 12 4 LuVerne 460 Diers, Vaske and Meyer; Hof- ty, Nelson, Hanson and Travger. Stock Winners A trio of stock car drivers from this immediate area fared well at the opening program at Dayton Sunday night, May 1. Don Hilbert, Gene Schattschneider and Jim Edgington, all of Algona, finished in the money, with Hilbert taking the feature, with Schattschneider fifth, and Edgington topping the time trials with an :18.21 clocking. Edgington also copped one of the heat races. The three are e*» pected to be among the many who will run at the track here, beginning Friday night, May 27, when the local season get sunder- way, Bears To Open Baseball Slate Here Friday Baseball practice began at Garrigan high school here Monday, with Coach Duane Kramer in charge. A 23-game schedule, with the first game slated May 13, was also announced. The Bears will meet Corwith-Wes.'oy here at 4 p. m. that day. The entire schedule shapes up like this: May 13 - Corwith-Wesley, H. May 16 - Bancroft, H. May 17 - Clear Lake, T. M&.y 19 - Graettinger, T. May 21 - Mason City Newman, (2), T. May 25 - Bancroft, T. June 2 - Forest City, H. June 4 - Clarion, T. June 6 - Eagle Grove, T. June 7 - West Bend, T. June 8 - Clear Lake, H. June 10 - Ft. Dodge, T. June 13 - Mason City, T. June 14 - Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, H. June 18 - Marshalltown, H. June 22 - West Bend, H. June 24 - Ft. Dodge, H. June 25 - Forest City, T. June 27 - Eagle Grove, R June 28 - Humboldt, H. June 29 - Mason City, H. June 30 - Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, T. July 6 - Sectional Tourney The appearance of Marshall- Algona, (la.) Uf»|*f D«* Meln** Tuwlay, May 10, 1966 M'OISI* town high here June 18 promises to be interesting, as the Bobcats are coached by Leon Vann, former coach at Garrigan. All home games in June will be played at Garrigan Field at 8 p. m. Sentral fins Triangular Meet At Burt The Burt high school track squad made a strong .finishing bid at Burt Wednesday afternoon, winning the last three events, but was nosed out by Sentral 79-74 in a triangular track field meet. Rake finished with 27 points. Results: Broad Jump - (18' 8") Preston (S). High Jump - (5' 1") Haugen (R). Pole Vault - (y 6") Redemske (B). Discus - (114' 8" Luedtke (S). Shot Put - (39' 6") Laage (S). 120 - Yard High Hurdles (:17.6) Geitzenauer (S). 100-Yard Dash - (:11.0) Peter (B). Mile Run - $:11.9) Black (B). 880-Yard Relay - (l:42.7)Sen- trai. • 2-Mile Relay - (9:57.3) Sentral. 440-Yard Dash - (:59.2) Cranston (B). 180 - Yard Low Hurdles (;22.5) Geitzenauer (S). 880 Yard Run - (2:15.8) Knutson (R). Medley Relay - (4.13.8) Sentral. 440-Yard Relay - (50.4) Burt. 220- Yard Dash - (:26.4) Peter (B). Mile Relay - (4:21.1) Burt. Garrigan Is Golf Winner Garrigan edged Mason City Newman, 174-176, in a dual golf meet at Algona Country Club Friday. The win upped the Bears' record to 3-1 for the season and sent them into the Sectional Meet Saturday. Bob Smith led the locals with a 38, while John Hamilton notched a 44, and Brian LaBarre and Mark Erpelding came in at 46. Dan Owens carded a 43, but the score couldn't be counted as Newman had only five golfers and he is seventh man for Garrigan, Steve Erpelding a 48 and John Bradley, 49. Smith and Cross led the losers yolf hoto/ rVice SUH H£r BAK61MS are. Mew's rtfw toirr sfl/Hte -*2 skiff* ~

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