Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 21, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 21, 1966
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Bulldogs shatter sc Swea City is victim 101-42 here Friday Algo<na high school exploded for 101 points Friday night, eclipsing the ''century" mark for the first time in 1 cage history here and setting a new school scoring record. Swea'City was the hapless victim, 101-43. Previous Algona record was a 98-82 win over Iowa Falls on Fob 19, 1965. Amaiingly, Coach, Howie Stephenson's squad did the trick with the regulars playing as a unit for just 10 minutes and 59 seconds of the 32-minute game. Biggest blast was a 39-point third quarter. The starting five, lacking height but showing great speed and quickness, hit 33 points in 5 minutes and 53 seconds to start the second half. ^ Starting guards Craig Espe and Tom Clauds, the only two regulars from last year, - . : \ , f 'I scoring mark wi Teeter hits 10 despite flu in college debut Dale Teeter, ex-Algona high school first team all-state eager, made his college debut Thursday night as a Drake freshman as the frosh put up a surprising effort before succombing to the Drake varsity, 108-85. Teeter, weakened by illness thought to. have been the "flu," bug, hit four of ten shots from •the field and two of five from fivo „' * *i 4 • i" ",' points in the game. He played the game at that pomt and | ^ half of | he conites [ * He just four seconds gone in' started as a freshman tfuard the fourth quarter, all five Bull- - tinman &***• dog starters were on the bench. THE CROWD sensed the Bulldogs were going to "go over the hump" early in the fourth period but the reserves had to hustle in the final minutes to do it. The point total stood at 94 with two SWEA CITY (49) f« Berg ; ___ 0 Lafstrom _.__•_ 6 Person 1 Reynolds ^ 2 NeWliri __________ 1 Johnson : o Pingel o Peterson 3 Mino 0 Appelquist 0 TOTALS 13 ft 14 4-8 2-6 0-1 3-6 4-5 2-5 0-3 0-1 0-0 P* 5 5 5 0 0 3 2 2 1 0 16-36 23 minutes left. Rog Meyer hit a free throw and Tom Jones pushed back a rebound on the second miss to make it 97. Meyer then hit another free throw With 1:15 left and still another with 1:11 left. And then the Bulldogs hung at 99 until Jones stuffed in a rebound with 21 seconds left to send the capacity crowd into a frenzy. You'd think the Bulldogs had just won another trip to the state tournament by the bedlam. Brooke Laws sent Algona on its way with the first basket of the game. Algona fashioned a 7-0 lead in the early minutes and Swea City got its first points with 3:50 gone in the initial period on a layup. Bill Boldridge picked up three fouls in the first 5 minutes of. the game and Jones came in, I breaking up the starting five for the first time. Algona led 19-10 at the quarter and 33-15 with 3:53 left in the half and Stephenson put in his second five. IT WAS 44-21 at the half and then Algona blistered the cords for those frantic first six minutes of the second half. The margin ballooned to 77-28 when Algona's two starting guards and Laws went to the bench for the rest of the game. The count was 83-31 after three periods and that's whan the crowd really began whopping it up for the "100" mark. In behalf of the Trojans, not a single one of the boys that played so well in Swea City's 7362 loss to Algona in the district last March was on the floor Friday. All five starters were graduated and the Trojans were playing with a green and inexperienced club. Best of the bunch this night was Bill Lafstrom who hit 16 points for the losers. He was the only Trojan to get more than six points and Peterson with three field goals was the only other to get more than five. Algona had five boys in double figures. Tom Claude finished with 22 points and played just half of the game. Craig Espe also got in 16 minutes of duty and hit 18. Junior Rog Meyer came off the bench to bag 17 while reserve center Tom Jones bucketed 15 and Gregg Betts hit 11. THE BULLDOG Junior Varsity took the opener, 61-35 after leading 35-16 at the half! Algona jumped off to a 6-0 lead and was never in trouble. Craig Taylor meshed 18 to spark the attack while Bruce Olson bagged 15 and In an interview after the game, he had these comments: "The big difference between, this competition and high school is of course the size of the players .and the tough defense," Teeter said after the game. "It'wasn't too difficult to move to guard after playing center in high school because I brought the ball down against presses at Algona," Teeter said. "There is a lot of talent on this frosh squad. Only five of us are on scholarships but there are a lot of other good boys that just came out on, their own," Teeter said the frosh have a 15-game schedule ahead including 11 of them at Veterans auditorium as prelims to the varsity games. Highlight of the season is a trip to Peoria, 111., to play the Bradley frosh. "I'll get a lot of good experience this winter," he concluded. LuVerne droos cage opener Friday, 73-49 LuVerne high 'school dropped .ts opening game of the season ast Tuesday night, 73-49 to Buffalo Center at Buffalo in a non- conference contest. Denny Hanselman paced the LuVerne boys with 15 points while Pete Wessels hit 18 for Buffalo Center. LuVerne was down by only a 37-29 margin at the halftime. LUVERNE (49) Reding named to 2nd IDPA all-state team A senior, Muller was a was Larry Pirotte of Carroll Ru- defensive and offensive standout all season. There's a good chance he will end ut> at the Air Force Academy after graduation. Terry Letchef, BtifMo Center's fine guard, Was given a first team IDPA berth as was Dave Brooks of Webster City, at center. Also named to the first team gainer. Iowa's leading ground Named to the third team Was Jefiy Boyingtdtt, Clarion end, and Roger Guge, EstherVille back. Honorable mention Was accorded to Doug Logue of Twin Rivers; Doug Marso, Hltmbbldit; and Jim Yoilngwirtih of Garriga,n. MONDAY, NOV. 21, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-3 Wrestlers drub Britt 28-15 in mat opener The Algona high school defending state champion wrestling squad in the class A division opened their season at Britt last BILL REDING, GARRIGAN Bill Reding's biggest honor came Friday when the Garrigan high school quarterback was named to the 2nd Iowa Daily Press Association's All-State football team. Teammate Dick Muller was selected on the fourth all-state team as a tackle. Redinig had previously been named to the first team All-Diocesan, All-Northwest and All- Siouxland teams. But this certainly was the highest honor to be accorded him. Reding and. his parents spent the weekend at Iowa City a week ago^as^a guest,, o£ tt tihe^ school. He told Coach Beanie Cooper he was. impressed with they would bejiri touch with him in the future. Reding had a brilliant season for Garrigan, amassing 524 yards rushing and. 9.48 passing for a total offense of 1,572 yards. He scored 10 TD's running and tossed for 14 more. In addition, he intercepted nine passes, returned, three punts tor touchdowns and one kick-off for six points. He averaged 34.7 yards per kick as a punter and his passing average of 57 per cent included 74 completions in 130 passes. MULLER'S fourth team.selec- tion was. also Well : deseryed. He was the second heaviest man the school and coaches told him named to the four IDPA all-state ed by freshmen in their first varsity experience, and ; while Gary Gade, Dennis Peterson, and Wedhesday evening, and a large Tom Laing were all defeated, of local fans were delegation pleased with the results. Britt vas number two in the state jehind Algona last year, and seems to always have a powerful team to put on the mat. This year, however, the Bull-! dogs, while lacking experience, easily out-classed the Britt outfit. Of the 24 boys who wrestled, the junior varsity and varsity matches, 16 were either freshmen or sophomores, which should give promise of greater things to come in another year or two. Coach "Champ" Martin considers this year's freshman group the best he has seen, and they showed signs of living up to his expectations against Britt. The final team varsity score was Algona 28, Britt 15. The locals lost three matches in the junior varsity meet, and tied one and lost three in the varsity. Defending state champion Larry Munger was the first varsity team member to post a win, in the 120 pound class, but after that it was all Algona ex cept for a draw (2-2) in the 138- pound class with Algona's Roger Menneke and G. Stevenson of Britt. ' :>n;t The first three lighter weights (95 • 103 - 112) were represent- they are expected .to be tough when they gain more experience. Laing, especially, looked very good in the 112-lb. class, and was holding his own until near the end of the match when a wrong move put him in a pin ning position. A brief run-down, of the rest of the weights follows. 120 — Larry Munger. Ateona, beat D. Steenlage, Britt, 4-0, in a tough match, although Munger was never in trouble. 127 — Steve Claude, Algona, defeated D. Trulson easily, 10r4. Claude, a junior, is probably the most improved varsity team member back this year, and should have a fine.year. 133 — Don Camp, Algona, pinned J; Nelson in 3:51. camp s a junior and had a very good season with the junior varsity [ast year. As fans who follow Britt teams know, the Nelsons there are tough. 138 i—.Roger M.enneke, Algona, and G. Stevenson drew! Roger is a senior this year, and has had good experience ori the junior varsity squad in the past, and should helf> the team this year. 145.— Randy Riedinger, Algo ha, beat T. Dallman 2-0, and was never in serious trouble. Randy is a junior and was a regular on last year's varsity team, 154 — Clint Young, Algona, easily defeated L. Olsen, 7-2. A senior this'year, Young is expected to have a very good year. 165 — Bruce Bennett, Algona, beat W. Tjarks, 3-2. Bennett, a sophomore, had to come-from behind to win, but had control of the match in the final period 180 — Dennis Miller, Algona beat A- Hanson, 3-1. Miller has good speed and'used it to'defeat a heayier- opponent. Miller is a senior this year, and should be a Winner most bf the time. -.'; Heavyweight — Brad Farn- harri, Algona,,defeated P.,Sweers 1-0. Only a sophomore, Farnham got the win despite giving away close to 60 poUnds to a slow opponent. , , : . FOR THE JUNIOR A Varsity, the final team score was 33-13, with only three Algona wrestlers losing. Winning by falls were Eddie i Bennett (112 lb.); Lance Rutledge (138 lb.); and Calvin Haahr (154,lb.) Others,winning were Russell Bird, 5:0; Wayne Taylor, 4-2; Darrell Miller, 6-1; Steve Willrett, 5-2; Larry Taylor, 11-3; and Phil Bode, 5-0. The team traveled to Estherville for their second meet of the season Saturday evening: why this can be a happier Christmas. f I V "4 Dean's WATCHES & WATCH REPAIR Mike Betts and had six each. Dale Pedersen Swea City got 16 points from Steve Larson while Thor Thoreson and Jim Farland had six each. Next game for Algona is week from Tuesday at ~" Grove in, the first conference venture of the season. ALGONA (101) fg ft pf Boldridge 2 0-0 3 Laws -__ 3 1-3 J Bete 5 I'i 4 Claude 94-52 Espe 82-32 Jones 63-62 Parnham 2 OHO 4 Black 1 1-3 4 Meyer 7 34 3 TOTALS — 43 15-29 Bristow, R. Hanselman Hansen Trauger Nelson Will Bristow, D. TOTAL FG FT PF TP 3349 6 2 0 2 2 4 3 1 0 1 2 1 15 5 0 5 6 2 9 19 11 22 49 BUFFALO CENTER (73) FG FT PF TP Steen H-iman Orth.l W«nel» Gray Holland Buss TOTALS 5 4 2 7 4 2 3 6 1 3 4 5 0 0 4 2 2 4 2 0 0 16 9 7 18 13 4 6 ALGONA LANES WEEKLY CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES ": . .' ' V '.I- 1 '" •' .' ! Wed. & Thurs., No v. 2 3 & 24 OPEN BOWLING Afternoons & Evenings 27 19 16 73 LuVerne 11 18 6 14—49 Buffalo Center 20 17 19 17—73 Junior high wrestlers win ever Britt Coach Fritz Nielsen took his junior high wrestlers to Britt Frid&y after school, and the teams a good meet with Algona winning 43-30. The locals' next meet will be here Nov. 26 against Blue Earth, Minn., at 1:30 p.m. Most of the locals were paired up for the Britt meet, but Britt hid no opponent for three or four of the Algona boys. Winning by a fall were Mike Moulton, Rick Kuhn, Alan Fett, Dave Simpson, Phil McBride and Les Simpson. Other local wrestlers getting decisions included Mark Miller, Terry Alt, and Don S&ndelftr. 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