Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 26, 1966 · Page 9
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v • Bulldogs post 7th straight win, 85 Espe and Claude combine for 54 points here Emmetsburg, winless in every game this season, stuck close to Algona high school for most of a quarter here Wednesday night batore the Bulldogs' bandit tactics blew the game 'wide open and Algona went on to its 7th straight victory of the season Without a loss, 85-53. . Algona is now 7-0 for the season as it prepares for its nexl engagement Wednesday night at 7 p.m. in the first half of a Coaches Clinic at Garrigan. The Bears will follow at 8:30 p.m. Th« Bulldogs continued to get sensational scoring from their guards as Craig Espe and Tom Claude pitched in a combined 54 of the Algona 85 points. Espe played brilliantly as he canned 31 for his all-time high He stole lots of loose basketballs on the Bulldog press and un corked some fantastic passes to help teammates on easy layups. CLAUDE had another great night from the field, matching his running mate's 11 field goalls. But most of Tom's two-pointers were from far out and he hit five of them in the first quarter. Espe and Claude teamed itor 18 of Algona's first 25 points as the Bulldogs led 25-ltf at the quarter. They got ahead 7-2 but the E- Hawks tied it at 7-7 and agailn at 18-18 after Algona had built a seven-point lead at 17-10. Espe, Laws and Belts hit seven straight points to end the quarter and Algona outscored Emmetsburg 12-0 at this point to assume a 30-18 lead. Espe had another eight-poinil second quarter to finish the first half with 16 points and 44-28 lead. He and Claude play ed just slightly more than three quarters as Coach Stephenson used reserves the final 5% min utes of play. .... ,.,....-. .,, Algona built a 60-35 lead mid way in the third quarter and were in front 67-41 after three periods. The last of the regu lars departed with the count a 75-44. THE JUNIOR Varsity had an other narrow escape but they remained unbeaten with their 8th straight victory, 56-53 in, the opener. Algona led 29-27 at the half but fell behind five points with three minutes to play. Several steals in the final minutes plus three free throws by Dale Pedersen iced the verdict. He was top scorer with 17 points. Others: Rod Rogert 9, Craig Taylor 8, Bruce Olson and Roger Barr 6 each, Steve Voyles and Dennis Richter 4 each; Mike Betts 2. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STANDINGS (As of Dec. 18, 1966) Conference W L Algona 5 0 Clarion 3 2 Clear Lake 3 2 Humboldt 3 2 Hampton 3 3 Eagle Grove 2 3 Webster City — 2 4 Iowa Falls 0 5 JUNIOR VARSITY STANDINGS AH Games W 6 5 5 5 4 3 2 1 W Algona 6 Webster City 4 Humboldt — 6 Clear Lake ____' "—• ,- —— 3 Iowa Falls 3 Hampton * Clarion : ; • * Eagle Grove _ > u CONFERENCE SCORING LEADERS Total Mike Kalkbrenner, Clarion _ 100 Doug Marso, Humboldt 95 Tom Claude, Algona 91 Craig Espe, Algona 83 Ken Grabinski, Clear Lake _—- 83 Bill Brauman, Eagle Grove 78 Darwin Torgerson, Humboldt -•- 75 J. R. Zinimer, Hampton 81 Jim Elting, Clear Lake _ 66 Mark Hogenson, Eagle Grove 60 L 0 2 2 3 3 5 5 L 0 1 2 3 3 5 5 6 Average 20 19 18.2 16.6 16.6 15.6 15 13.5 13.2 12 Armstrong and Burt split pair of gamos Armstrong—Burt and Armstrong split a cage doubleheader here Tuesday night as ttle Burt girls won the opener, 6043 and the Tigers took the night cap. 60-43. The Burt girls outscored Arm strong in the first three quar ters to win handily. Burt was in front 28-18 at the half. Charlotte Lappe poured in 30 points to pace the winners while Claudia Cecil had 24 for Armstrong. Burt stayed close to the win ners in the first half and the game was tied at 23 at thai point. But Armstrong outscored Burt 20-9 in the third quairte to win going away. Phil McFar land led the Burt attack with 1 points while Duyane Von Ban meshed 21 for Armstrong. SI. John's rips SWM Qil|, 7041 Bancroft—St. John's of Ban- roft romped past Swea City ere Tuesday night, 70-41 in the econd meeting between the two lubs this season. Bancroft also won the first game. Steve Vaske poured in 20 points and Dick biers had 18 for the winners. Chuck Farrow hit a dozen to help the Bancroft effort. Mike Johnson and Newlin had 10 each for Swea City. SWEA CITY (41) fg .ft pf Person. 111 Lofstrom 312 Berg —— 3 1 1 Peterson —_ 001 Johnson ^__^_— 342 Newlin 4 2 2 Pingel — 10 1 Larson . 10 0 Greimann - 001 TOTALS 16 d 11 BANCROFT (70) fgffpl Farrow 602 Stork TOTAL SPORTS ^s^^^^^^^^^^s^^s^ssi^^^^ss^^^^sssssss MONDAY, DEC. 26, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 LuVerne boys post 6th win in 9 starts BURT GIRLS (58) fg ft pf Charlotte Lappe 7 16 5 Oharlene Lappe 5 23 Ortman 7 2 2 Becker, L. 0 0 3 Ackerman 0 0 .5 Lappe, Rathy 005 Becker, J. 0 01 TOTAL 19 20 24 ARMSTRONG GIRLS (47) fg ft pf Cecil, C. 6 12 3 Clark 651 Sevoild 2 0:0 Cecil, D. 0 0 3 Oleson 0 04 Nelson 001 Helgason 0 05 Jones 1 0 0 Breuer 0 03 LoVerne—The LuVerne boys posted their 6th win in nine starts Tuesday night by crushing Meservey-Thornton, 77-64. The LuVerne girls lost their eighth straight game and have yet to win a contest, 53-47. Roger Hansen and Doug Nelson paced the LuVerne boys to their easy win. After a close first quarter, 18-17, LuVerne Shot into a 43-34 halftime lead and was in front by 17, 55-38, after three periods. Hanson pushed home 28 points while Nelson had 21. ALGONA (85) fg Meyer ___________ 0 Boldridge ________ 2 Betts _____ _______ 2 Claude __________ 11 Espe ----------- 11 Laws ----------- .__ 1 Jones ________ ___ 2 Farniham ________ 3 Black ___________ 1 Witdin ___________ 0- TOTALS ______ 33 EMMETSBURG (53) fg Brown ___________ 5 Thomas _________ _ 0 Smith ____________ 2 Orsborn ____ _ ____ 5 Ellis _____________ 3 Curry __ _________ 1 George __________ 1 Cowans _________ 1 Teeter ___________ 1 TOTALS ___ ___ 19 ft 2-4 0-0 3-3 M 9-11 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-1 -1-2 pf The girls continued to have their problems as they lost their 8th straight game. M-T was in front by just 19-16 count at the half. Michele Coyle hit 17 for LuVerne while Linda Wilhelm had 16 for the losers. LUVERNE BOYS (77) fg ft pf Doug Nelson 10 1 2 Roger Hanson 14 0 1 Rex Bristow — 323 Daryl Trauger 224 Duane Will 400 Mike Stripling 222 TOTOL 35 7 14 LUVERNE GIRLS (47) fg ft pf Michele Coyle 736 Linda Wilhelm 640 Twine Over 20,000 bales of twine filled eight train cars which were delivered to Hall Roberts' Son over the Milwaukee railroad last month, in one shipment. The shipment began in Holland and was received and unloaded in Postville. - ,/ I-., I).'. r .;:i!l.iliij.A u-jiti'l'J ( j Mrs. J. C. Haldernmn formerly of Blanchard celebrated her 96th birthday in Young Rest Home, Clarinda, December 1. Mrs. Halderman carried on her husband's newspaper work after his death in 1935 and was editor for many years. TOTALS BURT BOYS (43) Batt _J 15 17 20 4 McFarland 7 Granstoni 2 Laurenz 2 Patterson 3 TOTAL 18 ARMSTRONG BOYS (60) Von" Bank" '!ir_"r_"l_"l'li6 Lalfey : 0 Luscombc 7 Rooney, Ja. 3 Rooney, Ji. 5 Rezac 2 fg ft pf Danielson _. TOTAL - 1, 28 1 3 1 2 0 7 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 Mary Hjelmland _____ 7 Laurie Coyle ________ 0 Kris Meyers __ _______ 0 Luana Leek --------- 0 Mary Qronk _________ 0 TOTALS 20 0 0 0 0 0 7 16 WIRING Connected er Corrected "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC •»»•••.«••••»•••*•»«*• anta's pack holds a special message from us to you m good wishes wonderful holiday Christmas DISTRIBUTING POTTER f From tb& wonderful world of elegance at North Central Public Service Co. 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