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•• •« • • . » , ; . -,.'• -..,..,.-. ; . • . , ' . . ' ; ' Bears romp 92-56; mu , i¥ iV' •*. ^. ''^ >, Garrigan wins third straight over Newman ' Garrigan sent another foa reeling Kriday night as the to cring Bears buried Newman o Mason City, 92-56 for their third straight lopsided victory a-'t:r an opening game loss to For Dodge high school., ; Coach Steve McCall's quintet has now outscored the last three opponents by an aver- ago of 84-53. They pltyed at Pocahontas Saturday night. This week's lone game Will against a btn>n.g & pi Jf'ort Douge crew here day ntignt. Tiie game was eu t'roiii muay oeeause ot lack ci. oilicids. ! It looiced for awhile as if tine 'Bears would pass tne century 'mark Friday t>uc tney ran oo.t on .steam wnt>n ivicUdii spiinrdtii tiie line-up with his only lour reserves in the tinal three mm- utes of action. And;the move, logical enough .prouably cost gauru Brian LaBarre a. chance to break teammate Dick Muiler's school scoring recw* ••i LABARRE poured in 34 points including 13 lie la goais 'to miss by just a point Muiier s mark ot 35, set ironically, against this same Newman crew here a year ago. LaBarre had to be content with the second most prolific 1 scoring night in bear hisfoiy in a great effort. Three others were in double figures for Garrigan. Bill Keu- ing got a hot hand in the thiru quarter and finished with 19 while Dick Muller bagged 16 ana reserve Joe BecKer, lighting for a starting berth, pitched in 10. The game started as a rout as Garrigdii zipped to an tt-u leau before Newman broke the scor ing ice after lour minutes were gone. They finally edged to an 11-11 tie and then the Bears go in gear and things meshed fron 'then on. THE WINNERS were in fron Bulldogs scrap tor ball THERE'S A SCRAP for the ball during the heat of the Algona-Humboldt game here a week^ ago Friday night. The Bulldogs won the game handily. No. 32 at left is Gregg Betts wnue ._. . • . I « •»• . «*»• 1 T"» - - 1 1 J _ — I — Vml .rJ xJ «W Vh«* 4-Vlrt Vlflll No. 42 at right is Roger Meyer. A third Bulldog is hidden by the ball. Exclusive Advance LuVcmeboys Matmen rip Humboldt drub Kanawha; here Friday nite, 28-4 Lionettes lose LuVerne—The LuVerne boys, idled into high gear Tuesday night to crusn Kanawha 74-34 after rolling up an impossible 52-8 hali'ttme lead. The second team played the entire second half for the Lions. LuVerne led 25-4 at the quarter. Lu Verne's scoring was led by reserve Denny Hansedman \v-ith 14 points wnae Rogar Hanson and Doug Nelson had a dozen eacn. i»«riSr^ m ss"dSi SK-<*•«•* «—• -««»»-• of the season here Friday evening, as the Bulldog wrestlers landled them with comparative ease, 28-11, as a warm-up to the Algona Invitational Saturday. Humbaldt had some outstanding individuals, but the overall power of Coach Champ Martin's squad controlled the meet all the way. The LuVerne girls lost their cpaiung game at Kanawha Tuesday, bO-41. Michele Coyle was by lar the top scorer lor the Lionciiites wifch 26 points. Lu ,Verne trailed %21 at the half; 19-13 at the quarter as LaBarre LUVERNE BOYS (74) fg ft pf MONDAY, DEC. 12, 1966 hit tour points and Becker and Reding each got layups. The Knights 4>ntinued to stay close at 25-20 and then the Bears tore away to outscore tne visitors 2 1-2. With LaBarre, Becker and Dick Muller scoring almost at will, . , they notched 13 straight points to make it 46-22 and the half ended at 50-26. It was just a matter of how high the count would go until the mercitul ending. Dave McCarthy was the first sub besides the top six to get in with 1:27 lett in the third period. Garrigan hauled down 68 rebounds led by Dick Mullers 16 Youngwirth's 14 and Jack Muller's dozen. Reding added 11 more. "This is the first time this season we have outrebounded our opponents," the happy McCall observed after the , game. "Oh yes, it was our best ballgame of the year but we've still got a long, long, way to go. With good shooters, four start ers, 6'3" or better and a ten. acious defense, the Bears are go ing to be a rugged foe for any one from here on out. THE JUNIOR varsity got the opening game win with a 57-51 verdict in a close one until the final minutes. Algona led 26-25 at the half. Scoring went like this: John Winkel 24, Kevin O'Brien and Steve Wingert 10 each, Jim Fickbohm 6, Jim Walker 5 and Mike Elbert 4. )oug .Nelson ____ 520 logtr Hanson 601 lex Bristow 220 Daryl Trauger 300 Duane Will ,_-' 102 ,oa Wolf 312 Doany Hantelman 700 Barry Sslby 302 liart Sylby 0 0 1 'aul Swaason 412 TOTALS 34 6 10 LUVERNE GIRLS (41) fg ft pf \lichela Coyle 9 oame Hsiti '—__ 2 inua Wilhelm 2 8 3 1 0 6 3 Vlary Hjelmeland 000 - 0 2 0 6 0 5 0 1 0 0 Kris Meyers 0 uaurie Coyie 0 Mary Croiuc 0 Huriburt 0 iguana Leek 0 There were several outstanding matches, with the final two 180-lb and heavyweight probably the best, although the outcome of the meet was already settled by then. At 180 Phil Bode edged Geoff Mickelson 4-3, and Algona heavyweight Brad Farnham lost the final 5-4 to Herb Zinnel in ,a way. ' • State champion Larry Munger got back on the winning trail 5-2, in a tough match. Freshman Jerry Simpson looked good al 112-lbs. in his first match of the season. He was up against a state tournament contender from last year, Butch Laird, and altnough beaten 4-0, showed lots of promise. THE JUNIOR VARSITY, won the opener easily, 36-10. .Getting pins were Russell Bird (95-lb.) Wayne Taylor (103-lb.); Robbie Claude, 127-lb.); and Alan Aid rich, heavyweight. Winning by decision were Darrell Miller (120 Ib); Steve Schultz (133-lb.; Lance Rutledge, 138 Ib.); Calvin Haahi (154-lb.). Duane Hunt got a 4- draw at 165. Haahr's match end score of this match was 2-0 aftei the second period. 112 — Butcih Laird, Humboldt decisioned Jerry Simpson, 4-0. 120 — Larry Munger, Algona decisioned Ray Stockdale, 5-2. 127 — Steve Claude, Algona Pinned Dana Daggy, 5:47. Thi was the only fall of the evening during varsity action. 133—Mark Daggy, Humboldt, decisioned Don Oamp, 12-2. This was Camp's first defeat of toe eason. 138 — Randy Riedinger, Al- decisjOjaed i,SJeye TOTALS 13 15 20 GARRIGAN (92) fg ft pf Bulldog frosh, soph teams lose al Emmelsburg The Algona high school freshmen and sophomores basketball teams lost games at Emmetsburg Wednesday night. The freshmen, coached by Lynn Kueck, dropped an overtime 51-48 deciSiOa to the E- Hawks. Tne game was tied at the half, 23-i!3, at the third quarter, 34-34, and at the end 01 regulation time, 45-45, John Chi'isomlles led Bulldogs scoring with 20 points while Gary ed 10-8 in a thriller. Varsity results follow: 95 — Denny. Peterson, Algona decisioned Ron Bygness, 6-41 Pet erson was ahead all the way this one. • 103 — Ed Bennett, Algona, de cisioned Barry Hart, 4-0. Th en, 4-0. The score was 2-0 anfer he first period, and 4-0 after he second in this one. 145 — Clint Young, Algona, iecisioned Keith Abens, 4-2. The match was tied starting the 3rd jcriod when Young got a reversal to remain the only undefeated Algona wrestler. 154 — Bruce Bennett, Algona, and Bob Short, drew, 2-2. A tough match all the way. 165 — Max Miller, Algona, de- cisioned Jim Vinsand, 6-2. Miller had control of the matcih after the second period with a 4-1 margin. 180 — Phil Bode, Algona, de- cisioned Geoff Mickelson, 4-3. Heavyweight — Herb Zinnel, Humboldt, decisioned Brad Farn- nam, 5-4. FRIDAY NIGHT it will be the powerful Fort Dodge team here The Dodgers copped the Eagle Grove Invitational, and have a well balanced team. This coulc be the toughest dual meet of the season for the Bulldogs. Guards pot 38 as Algona routs Hampton A great team effort spotlighted as usual by some high-speed scoring from the two guards -piraled Algona into a 73-50 victory over Hampton at Hampton Friday night. The win was Algona's fifth straight withou a lo:s this season and the fourtl in a row in conference action. But the day of truth comes Friday when the Bulldogs invade Clear Lake for a ihow-' down battle. All other clubs in the conference have dropped two games and a win hero would put the Bulldogs in a key position in the loop race. A Clear Lake victory would throw things back into a scramble. As it is, Algona is in much better position to date than could be anticipated prior to the start of the season. They've been tested only once - by Webster City - and the Lynx open- ng game defeat of Clear Lake was a big one in the race. ALGONA broke away from an 18-18 stalemate after one quarter to bury Hampton the last three quarters. "I believe we actually outrebounded them the last three quarters," Coach Stephenson said after the game. To be sure, Algona didn't in the first period. Hampton controlled the boards and built up a 14-8 margin midway in the period. Algona got it tied at the quarter and assumed a 38-29 half time lead which . was never threatened. The difference had mounted to 54-40 after three periods. Tom Claude fired home 22 points to up. his season's mark to 18.1 in four conference games. Craig Espe hit 16, and that's right at his average. So Stepiienson got 38 points from his guards and that is a lot from the back court pair. Roger Meyer contributed 11 joints, and had the dubious hqn- pr' of missing the only Algona free throws. He failed on five of eight occasions while four other teammates were hitting 10 for 10. Algona was in no foul trouble. • . • • • • ' " Muller pulls down rebound • .,.'-.. s i .,",-.,-' r , '. -,ff. . - ," «- 4 • - f _^_ — __j__^_^^ ai ^^^^^^ a ^^^^^^^ —fcJ _ L ^ jfcJfcJ ^^^_ jt .^^^^^^^^^^^^^ MtM ^ MM-J _ Jl j liiiVt.-t *-*-?-?- -* JJ T- ";. ------ ... ..... JACK MULLER, No. 44 of Garrigan, goes high in the air, to take a rebound awajtefrom a St. John's of Bancroft player during Garrigan's 80-49 victory over the Johnnies on the s- Garrigan court recently. at right o payer No. 24 with back to camera is Joe Becker of Garngan and Dick Muller is Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie;. Wildin __•__: -— 0 0-0 1 Black - — 00-00 TOTALS 30 13-18 14 HAMPTON (50) fg ft pf Zimmer —___ 6 Porter 2 Heilskov 5 Paton __— 3 Missildine 3 Rarkmeder Anderson 2-4 2.2 1-4 0-2 0-2 1-1 2-2 TOTALS 21 8-17 11 W L ALGONA _—_4 0 Clear Lake 2 1 Clarion 2 2 Humboldt 2 2 Hampton 1 2 5 Webster City 2 '< Eagle Grove 1 '< Iowa Falls 0 ' Results last Friday Algona 73, Hampton 50 Clear Lake 67, Clarion 58 W.eb.ster, City 75,. Iowa FalIs 4 Eagle Grove 53, Humboldt 48 Ledyard rips Lincoln-Central : t twice Tuesday Ledyard— The Ledyard boys and girls won a twin bill in State Line action here Tuesday night, defeating Lincoln-Central 70-64 in the girls game and 7155 in the boys contest. Ledyard raced away to a 35|25 haWfcime lead in ;the , : ," ..-girls game. Ranae Lloyd led all Led yard scorers with 32 3 while Ray Govern and Roger layne added 11 each % '\** '<> LEDYARD GIRLS (70) fg.lt >f ilocke _____________ 10 ,4 ,/5 doyd ____________ --. 7 18 ,':3 vlenke ______________ 4 .4 ,"-'0 DeBoar _____________ 0 0 ?4 5 0 ;3 while Eugenia Klpcke popped in In the boys game; • Ledyarc had a huge 60-16 halitime lead &nd used reserves/ much of the final ••'half. ,Four boys ended .ii double *igW; es •'-'•-:W*yn| »tpg« man Bill Jcrtirtsonvwit 0 0 ohniioa, M. _________ 1 ahnson, J. __________ 0 Jusch 1 _____________ 0 0 '<I4,< Warner _____________ 0 0^,1 TOTALS 2226:25 LEDYARD BOYS (71) fg ft pf Mayne • 5 -1 ;2 Lloyd 32-3 Johneon, A. i~ 1 4 3 Govern ________^__—, 433 Johnson^ M. _^._^__1._^ 0 0 .. 1 Log^mann _____— -— G 3 ;3 Johnson, B; _________ 6 1 ; 3 Dohtje _________i>L_ 0 1' 0 Nauman Oil Walker ;_______^I_^_^ 2 0 '2 Farrow _lll-.___—___ 0 1 '1 TOTALS L 0 0 -1 27 17 23 THE JUNIOR varsity remained unbeaten also in five games jy crushing Hampton in the >pener for their fifth straight win, 75-28. Algona is also the only unbeaten JV team in the conference. The half time margin was 4310. Algona scoring went like this: Bruce Olson, Rod Rogert Mid Craig Taylor, 13 each; Dale Pedersen and Mike Belts 12 each; Roger Barr 6, Steve Voyles and Dennis Richter 4 each, Neal Smith one. ALGONA (73) fg ft pf Meyer 4 3-8 3 Laws 30-02 Betts 3 2-2 1 Claude 10 2-2 2 Espe 64-42 Boldridge 1 0-0 C Jones 2 2-2 2 Farn-ham 1 0-0 ] •^**&^^*sms^ ALL-NEW 1967 Jictrmral QUALITY RECTANGULAR P. Muller 6 4-5 LaBarre 13 8-11 4 Reding 8 3-4 1 J. MuEer 1 5-6 Youngv/irth 3 0-2 Becker 4 2-4 Courtney -— 0 0-0 Nitcthals _ 0 0-0 0 McOarthey 00-00 TOTALS iw «<*«>* xo NEWMAN (56) fg f» pf Skram _-— 20-24 Leuoht 4 2-2 3 ' O 1 O A Mefl'iicil 4*-«J$ Bailee 5 8-9 ,3 Klenast —. •» 04 I Wolf- -—— 5 <B 1 Logan — — 0 1^2 Q Fleming — 0 2-2 Q Thomas ~^~-—— 0 04 2 Peterson _ 1 2-2. i Oasey —_^-_—--— I Orft 0 TOTALS bagged nine. Tiie sophomores bowed to the home team, 61-49 in the second game alter falling behind at the nail', 32-20. Daye jbowrnan paced i,he losers with 18 points while Steve Chrischilles nad 10 and Paul Christensen eight, Bill Simpson is the coach. f \ I I Birt girli win but boys low Thompson-^The Burt girls " Thomipton 63-39 bat the pear boys lo:t 63-29 in a cags d&u^leheader here 1 ues 4ay night. Charlotte arj4 Ohar Lappa P'aced the girls wjth 25 and 24 poin'ts respeo iyely. had little the boys game. Phil Jajj4 ted the 'nans points. ALGONA LANES WEEKLY CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES I CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS FOR Guarantee Satisfaction — Will measure, drill and Ifttfr or initial balls FREE OF CHARGE. Bowling Equipment Balis - Bags - Sbo*s GIFT CERTIFICATES PORTABLE TV To it Given Away ABSOLUTELY FREE (on Qp«n fowling Only). Just bowl 9 lines and put your name in the box for the drawing. Check our Complete Selection this weak!! 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