Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 26, 1966 · Page 10
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Aft/AllCE lifi&NbAY,066,- 2 As the Algofia Wrestling squad nears ; the lialf-way' ! df the season, thi* is a '''^dh'Hl jtifiie .t.0 "ievjjfiv>V.the sroup's "'£fess thtK far. The IwaVbVyB Ij^iSiX di>}?' tnefttj; .anrt von foilr of them, losinp to" Cfai|ioH ttmreiatiH Fort, t)od"p*s ""Mre. have -beaten Briftf%t)]*fVill£ 'E1'<« Coach "ChaViVrt" MnYtih 1 !*' rfraiJHer : Dbltft. Coach "ChaWtt" Mnrtih'js' rfratHero P'^O too^''third olace in thp. tough 8-t'eam Eagle Gro*'e Invitational, and can- Ai_ - ' t* *jlA»Vfca\{»i»ri/«tj*|t-».4'*»)H*rVrt»^^-^l***^ 1 V» - itf>^*' ; ^' r V-fi*^ ^"^"--• **.-"-""^ ••V**l* .- turea first in tneir own invitational Dec/To. Clint Youne. 145-noun'd senior. ?<i tVin nntv int. «'it t h 12 ,«trj<i(?^;vic{or ? t^'tgh O'rnoe.it'nn this v» Ijt'iffhfist vet. »t thA' ; ';/)<!a|;S noting. b"e«Hdp«!' /^tlrofi'a and A#! "—--, the latt^ ; a ^-^ . :tojf)re*tHn-g. ' Algona wrpstlpr IP,ft at this to h s credit. Clint has had but :ould rome 110 p^ainst Vltafflonal Pec. 30. Teami 'Osaie are Cedar Falls and nial powerhouse when it £ | Defending state cbfa clas|(hp was 112-lbC lasf^ tough this year;' ;it.sep.ifi team is this veaVtfjone] 'Ot'-ilt came on strong lait.^|af he can reoeaf it ' 1 " '' ! *' nw ffoor* or p^or a weights is at 1 20; T |( jrrv inythfi Reason, arif< it is fnd Mimper arp both - Dennfs (Mw) Millfr. at 165 nounds, is th° o"lv r»hpr senibr varsity 1 ; fifenlhir^this year at rtrospnt. .HP has haviVie; ' " of «n"$|p., : Vj|b fh'. Tj l' 1 1..•/-.a, .//' -J- amaiii.-1. uiiLt miii^ jcpiiic'i vine, riiu HINIJ yMaillM C-lrfrinTi; j-|f> womhis weight in'the^gona,Invitational and took third at Eagle Grove. ' ..-•.'.! : |^"^^)'vt -•'..:'•'. '•'. •'....-•' I Juniors on th|^s^!w* Steve Claude at^t27;T)orr Camp at 133, and Rln^B^IWeer at 138. All have|done extremely w^llSwiuiiv^ipanin taV'np the and klgona InvitationRl^cilpflWnshlns. R^Hipp P1 in dual meet comi>etition|^io;?Claude w'th'a reror' 1 of s wins" and four losses. Tm|^ll?betou0h to beat the rest df this-season, and will b^pp|i^jih,,seniors next vear.; s Three goohorrttfreSif; weights for the theif Groi) >^th!i^\%ij l gh, seniors-next vear; sr«pi^|^|tf> s :three r>r th»> ^^^r" mffiimtt$wWmt! BurririeinVlv «'»11 »n it-??*:rt^*j^-':«*2Of*"*?** 1*1'• *'?!!••••{*!.• EJ^ < '.' • • •• • .' »• —«. '•• Riedinger 138 * ,11 8 Steve Claude 127 11 , . 7 Brad Farnfiarti Hwt. 10. 6 ; Phil Bode 180 W ; 5 Ed Bennett . .___ 163 9 « 4 Roger Menneke 133 12 2 Tom Laing - 112 6 1 Garry Gade _—____..___ 0S jr. 1 Wayne Tayldt-—__——_'103 :-. 9. 0, Jerry Si mpsbh ________ 112 9' ; : 0 LaVrj'Tayloi 1 _^_-__—__ 146 : 10 . . 0 INDIVIDUAL JUNIOR VANITY Rtk^ol (In order of team points scored) ; " :;.;.••.••• , W«lflhi , 6rHt '',':w«n: Aert Calvin Maahr , 154 12 ,, S Duane Hunt._.__-_. ._ 165 , jt; . . $ Larry Taylor 145 10 4 Darrell MillerTIII"!" 127 9 4 Robbie Claude 120' 9, ^2 Wayhe Tayibf 103 '9 3 Phil Bodp ( _. ,_^__ 180 1 Lance RUtl^dge 138 1 ftoh .Camp.., 133, Ed Bennett 103 /9 2 Eteve Willrett _~_ 133 .9, 2 Alan Aldrich ftwt. fid \ Gafy,Gade . .65 .,9 , .- 1 Roger Menneke ________ 133 12 1 1 0 d \ d i ..2, 1 2 ;2 2 u i 1 •0 0 2 3 1 0 0 d West leffil anil i , . Lakota split Lakota—Two Lakota girls hit 78"jpoilnts - betweeiY thprtl as*' the" 165- is a-ton eh wins arid Brad Farnham has ier than he i^i bu| a draw is a good bi i Three itw> erson, Ed soectively. their and | Eagle the Algon? Laing, and is a at 180 ,..». «, M .,.J ; renord of fiv« , ipH^laPS. HeayVv/figh| ; i *";'ppponents much n'eaV-, « in^nd five los_es arfd .'it«-rf« . , . \ , ,• . aVyweight. kv with Denny^Pet- 95, 103 and,:iI2.re- won a ffoorl ishaV£' tif '••-•' ; second in the Al^ona riptt takine thirH in for the injured Tom . •iiu i aui IT ainnin, iciici m ported for practt^iB. Tliese tM^j^s are soohoraores. ? Thete is 'strph'g competition in some of the t weiphtsv between members; of )^he squ|idi and the varsity and iiinipr varsity members are challenged occasionally for thei^swt in the 4ine•CoacharhfeelstMt w|th/. so many un . men on the sqiiaolthfsl^ear, tjn&fputlbok is extremely bright"' for the next few 1 : years;'. -V"' .'••' ^v : : •' '••'•>'•: " ' 'w-. "'• INDI^TDCiAL VRSITY RECORDS RDS -> (In orderiof team,joints scored)' • I' - ^'^JdhtH^rad*,'-'Won Clint Young •___£$? i4$ f . ! *-;?$jff-- -.-:'• .'12 '.-• Don Camp £'isu'4l33";^.^':':';i;i:''-': n"/9'•'.'.'• Majc MiUer _____^£'*E: 165;. c: ;:: ' : *J2. !v - v , : '-10 •"-= Larry Munger ^_^___1_1 120 Denny Peterson :„__;_ f 95, Bruce Bennett —^^i^JiiilS^:^ 12 ,fr 1 •****.- Lost 0 ""1 , ; ' '2 ' • 3 5 ' ''4,, ' .'.• Tied 0 0 0 ".. 1 1 97-67 in the first ol; two games nlfe Ti!ie^ay> nigfit. West Bend's; joys edged Cakota, ;53-5l in the gStcalp^ • ; - • '*-. ' •••-' '•'•••' ; • Jo Jyinkerrnaier. hit 47 and Joyce LiohaM 31 to pace the r liako4a- ^ • 5&31 at- on a 34-polnt second Grienisirt hit; 42: for Wesit Bend. ...';. , In the. 4 b py 's . game, West Bend edged to the win in the final minutes: Collins eonnecited for 18 pbimts for West Bend while Tarry Krominga led Lakota with the same number of points. WEST BEND GIRLS (67) fg ft pf Greinert _ ___ ,„_: ____ ^^16, 10 2 Meyer '____.:__ ____ __•-, 1 -0 0 Doyle ___^___^______ 6 7 4 Wirtis, ________ ___ _^ ____ -1; 21 Banwart, R. ____^__ __ 0; 0 6 cihhiaidlsr .____: ______ 0 01 o'ty -— J:i_,.__i ___ _ 0 _0 6 Pnwien *dt:®L_*i~_____ 0 ^._____i 0 02 Mcgler .-—-—^. ____ ^^0 01 TOTL 24 19 25 LAKOTA GIRLS (97) fg ft pf '' Jiinkermsiar ____ '.' ____ 23 1 Leon'iard _______ _____ 9 13 Heirtzke, N. J—y ____ 1_'4 1 _^__^.^_^____ o 1 0 0 Sleper ______ ____ ____ 0 0 4 Christ '___ ___ __.!_ ____ 00 Johnson- ______ ______ . 004 . 1 j 0 00 !, G. 4 10 CoV, B. 0 02 Coj>,;P. ( ^^_,i 0 oro DorcnbusK 0 0 3 Berg ^ 0 0 4 Coy, S. 1 1 0 0 v: ' TOTAL 401727 WEST BEND BOYi (53) <( fg ft pf Mey^r •_ 101 Banwart J 4 1 3 C^lins, C, _____1-^L 5 8 '4 TnVh fur*, . ' , . 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