Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1965 · Page 5
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Luverne girls to finals, boys lose Goldfield — The LuVerne high school girls advanced into the finals of the North Star Conference tournament here Thursday night but the boys fell in an overtime, 61-55 to Boone .Vallev, a club they'd beaten by 23 points just a Week before at RenwicK. The LuVerne girls, who along with the boys were defending champions, faced Meservey- Thornton in the tournament finals at 7:30 Saturday at CAL (Latimer). They pushed their record to 8-5 for the season with a 43-36 win over Corwith-Wesley Thursday. It was the third straight tournament game that LuVerne had held its opponents to less than 40 points. Meanwhile, Dawn Lindebak had her season's high of 22 points including 10 field goals. Jane Hanselman added 16. LuVerne trailed 14-13 at the half after a first quarter standoff of 7-7. LuVerne edged into a 25-23 lead after three quarters. Stephanie Bartik paced the Corwith-Wesley girls with 19 points while Schulz added a dozen more. THE LuVERNE boys led all the way before going down to defeat. They had a 17-14 first quarter advantage, a 28-24 halftime lead and a 44-37 third quarter margin. However, they missed 10 of 17 free throw chances, somewhat unusual for them Bob Maass hit 25 points while John Wickett added 14. The regulation game ended 50-50 and Boone Valley quickly moved away into a lead in the over time. Coach Bryce Wickett's boys are now 10-4 for the season with a home game against Corwith-Wesley on tap Tuesday night at LuVerne. BOYS LuVERNE (55) fg ft pf Hefty 6 0-24 Maass 10 5-0 3 Meyers 00-1 5 Wickett 6 2-4,5 Trauger 20-03 Nelson 0 0-1 2 Stripling __^ 00-02 TOTAL 24 7-17 23 GIRLS LuVERNE (43) fg ft pf Hanselman 4 8-15__3 Hanson l^Ji: 21-4 2 Lindebak 10 2-4 2 Brink 00-05 Schnakenberg 00-03 Nelson _, 0 0-0 0 TOTAL 2 16 Lakota ties for loop top Armstrong upset by SweaCity Once-beaten Lakota moved >ack into a tie for first place in the State Line Conference last week with the help of Swea City which defeated Armstrong Tuesday night. Titonka remained just a game out of first although playing outside of conference day Tuesday. * * * SWEA CITY 64 ARMSTRONG 59 Swea City — The up-and-down Trojans were up Tuesday night as they stunned Armstrong with a 64-59 defeat, the first in eight regular season games for the Tigers in State Line play. Mike Hazelhoff, held scoreless by Lakota in the tournament finals only three nights before, poured in 22 points to pace the Trojan win. Swea City trailed at halftime 36-29 after leading during much of the first quarter: Jim Godfredson paced Armstrong with 23 points while Peterson had 13 and Tom Elliott 11 for the winners. ARMSTRONG (59) fg ft pf Colston 202 Sturm 352 Godfredson 11 1 4 Barrett 324 Lindell 472 Watt 0 0 1 Luscombe 0 02 TOTAL 23 15 17 SWEA CITY (64) fg ft pf Farland 303 Hazelhoff 10 2 Martin 331 Elliott 513 Peterson 615 Larson 111 TOTAL 29 9 15 SPORTS MONDAY, JAN. 25, 1965 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 Hamilton 2 Junkermeier 4 TOTAL 25 LEDYARD (59) fg DeBoer 3 Pedersen 3 Johnson, R. 7 Dontje 2 Bartolo 1 Lloyd, C. 4 Govern 1 Berg 0 Johnson, A. 0 Lloyd, R. 0 TOTAL 21 GIRLS LAKOTA (54) fg Junkermeier 4 Siemens 5 Karels __ 11 Coy, B. 0 Coy, S. 0 Becker 0 Christ 0 Rusher 0 Boyd 1 TOTAL 21 LEDYARD (62) fg Logemann 13 Smith •_ 7 Klocke 5 Brandt 0 Waterhouse 0 Munyer 0 Johnson 0 MacKinnon 0 TOTAL 25 0 1 26 ft 2 3 3 3 0 6 0 0 0 0 17 ft 2 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 3 12 ft 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 4 33 BOYS ffl RINGSTED (69) , Knapp, D. 6 PjlKnapp, R. 3 4 Henricksen 2 Hansen 1 Pisher, M. 1 Peitersen 0 Andersen, T. 9 Fisher 1 0 2 3 1 34 P* 1 2 0 5 3 5 1 6 2 25 2 1 6 6 5 5 2 27 Christiansen 1 Miller 0 TOTAL 24 SENTRAL (85) fg Dacken 0 Geitzenauer, T. 9 Marlow 11 DeSart 1 Geitzenauer, L. 8 Elmers 6 Uthof 4 Shaw 0 TOTAL 39 ft 6 8 0 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 21 ft 0 0 3 0 2 0 P . "2 1 " 7 Council Oak ________ 12 High team Seriet 60 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 9 P* 3 4 3 0 5 3 5 0 23 N. la. Appliance 2782 High Series Bud Briggs 553 High Game Zeke Winkel 210 Monday Night League No. 2 W L 7-Up 57 23 Blue & White 55 25 Sender's 54 26 Mamms 48Vfe 3lVi Falstaff 39 41 Gambles 39 41 Cargill 39 41 Iowa State Bank ___ 3814 41Vz Cook's Scrap Iron _ 35 45 Budweiser 32 48 Meyer's Ins. 28 52 Squirt 15 65 High Team Series Blue & White 2885 High Series Jerry Jcrgens 5C'< High Game Vcrn Teeter 224 Tuesday Night League No. 1 W Reding Gravel 46 Utt Electric 44'/a Lindhorst Deputies _ 43 2! SENTRAL AND LAKOTA AND LEDYARD SPLIT TUESDAY GAMES Ledyard — The Lakota boys RINGSTED SPLIT Fenton — The Sentral boys and Ringsted girls won games played here Tuesday night. The Sentral boys led all the way and outscored Ringsted in every quarter enroute to an 8569 win. Allan Marlow popped Sn 25 points to pace the win while Bancroft cops 9th win in 11 starts, 66-59 Bancroft — The Johnnies won their 9th game in 11 starts last Tuesday with a 66-59 victory over Pocahontas Catholic here. They entered Diocesan tournament play Sunday night, facing St. Edmond's of Ft. Dodge in the first round. Dick Diers led the Johnny win with 24 points while Rob Hatten was close behind with 22. Bancroft led at the half, 35-26. upped their s«.son record to Tom and Larry Geitzenauer hit _ *7*~ _. __ . I 1 O nnnVt T^i «t A *\ An*+C*f\*\ V»*» Ol 12-1 with a 76-59 victory over] Ledyard here Tuesday. The Ledyard girls won the opener, 6254. The boys game was marred 18 each. Tim Anderson hit 21 for Ringsted. The Satellites led at the half, 46-34. The Ringsted girls won the opener, 59-45 after the game was by 67 fouls and seven players tied at halftime 25-25 and Ring- fouled out. Roger Becker paced" 8te .d was in front by just one • - " point after three quarters. Bon- the win with 23 points including 15 iree^throws. Brian,Ellsworth and Rich Thomsen each added 10 points for the winners. nie and Betty Wehrspan had 23 'and 16 points Karen Jensen ^respectively but hit 34 for the Ledyard got 17 points from Danes. Ron Johnson while Craig Lloyd 11-23 14 f,? de . d , f14 the half. COR.-WES. (36) fg ft Bartik 5 9-9 Schulz 5 2-3 Fox 1 1-3 Nail 1 0-0 Leek 0 0-0 „,..« Krebs 0 0-0 04n Eliason 0 0-0 1 Sloan 0 0-0 1 TOTAL ________12 12-15 21 Lakota led 43-36 at GIRLS RINGSTED (59) fg Jensen, K. 16 Nelsen ; 7 In the girls game, Darlene Logemann hit 31 points to pace the Ledyard win. Susan Karels Watson, N. 4 hit 27 for Lakota. Ledyard led Watson, L. 0 by just one point, 22-21 at the Glasnapp 0 half but both teams opened up Kimmet 0 WINNER — Lyle Miller, Osceola cattle showman and breeder, won the reserve grand championship at the 1965 Arizona National Livestock show in Phoenix with a angus steer. summer yearling the scoring department in the second half. BOYS LAKOTA (76) fg ft Tjaden 2 0 Cushman 0 1 Cordes 3 0 Ellsworth 4 2 Becker 4 15 Hippen — 1 7 Thomsen 5 0 Jensen, E. 0 TOTAL -1 27 SENTRAL (45) fg pf Wehrspan, Bon. 9 4 Wehrspan, Bet. 8 5 Voigt 3 5 Krause 0 2 Douglas 0 4iBlanchard 0 5,Menke 0 41 TOTAL 20 ft 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 ft 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 POCAHONTAS (59) fg ft Bittner __A 4 5 Lutchel 1 0 Lehring 1 0 Broick 2 2 Groff 3 0 Amick : 5 1 Hudek 0 3 TOTAL 24 11 BANCROFT (66) fg ft Diers, Di. 9 6 Carpenter 1 0 Hatten .8 6 Menke __'lT_ r _lJr_ir'3 6 Meister 2 2 McCarthy 2 2 Murray 0 0 TOTAL 25 16 High Damn 'ed Vera . 227 Thursday Night League No. 1 High team SeHet 'areway 2395 High Series Charlotte Baldwin 535 Jackie Kclley 201 Virginia Subject 201 Thursday Classic League High Team Series Hamms No. 2 2795 High Series Art Ashtoti 665 Friday Mixed Doubles High Team Series Pitlman Finance 2223 High Series — Women Lavonnc Pittman 48 High Serial — Men layton Pittman 553 High Game — Women Lavonne Pittman 178 Jo Ahne Fefstl 178 High Seriei — Men lussel Fox 237 Saturday Nite Mixed Doubles League No. 1 High Team Series N. Iowa Appliance 2301 High Series — Women Bunny Erdman 526 High Series — Men Hank Geilenfeld 637 High Game — Women Bunny Erdman 205 High Game — Men Hank Geilenfeld 232 Saturday Nite Mixed Doubles High Team Series Colony Inn 2292 High Series — Women teide Ferguson 533 High Series — Men ,011 Ferguson §83 High Game — Women Heide Ferguson ., 203 High Game — Men Tack Dutton 210 Coffee Cup League High Series Roney 472 High Game Louise Hall 170 Inez Grandmothers League High Team Series Twin-Co Beauty 1677 High Series Valeria Briggs 464 Fran Wiese 464 High Game Marie Calwcll 179 Universal No. 1 42 Buscher Bros. 41 Pioneer Hibred 40Vfe Whittemore Lockers 40 Larry's Recreation __ 39 Sorthwestern Mutual 38 Tall Paul's 32 High Team Series Universal So. 1 High Series Ken Meyer 597 High Game Ken Meyer 233 L 34 35'/• 37 38 39 39% 40 41 42 48 2850 Pf 4 2 4 4 2 3 0 24 3 3 1 13 Tuesday Night League No. 2 Blossom Insurance .._ 57% 22% Klein's Farm Supply 51 29 Hood's Super Valu __ 49% 30% 1st Lutheran Church 47 33 Elbert's Enco 46% 33% Weidenhoff's 43 37 Algona Mun. Util. __ 39 41 Fischer Store 36 44 Mercury Outboard _ 33 47 Pine Room 28 52 Universal No. 2 26% 53% Lotts Creek Lockers 23 57 High Team Series Weidenhoff 2889 High Series Mel Friedrich 562 High Game Harvey Godden 235 2 1 0 0 1 2 2 8 P* 1 0 0 5 0 3 10 BOWLING ALGONA LANES Monday Night League No. 1 W L Algona Barbers 57 23 K of C 50 30 N. la. Appliance __ 50 30 Cook's 47 33 Champlins 47 23 Algona Lanes 34 46 Lindsay 23 57 Wednesday Night League No. 1 W East End Grocery __ 56 Cook's Celders 54 Women of Moose __ 47 Iowa State Bank 45 Qpffee Shop 41 rSe'ciirity'State-Bank -37 'Peterson Furniture 36'/a Honsbruch Drug 34 J & K Tavern 30 Rusk Drug 28 Algona Lanes 27 Vz Good Samaritan 20 — 1 < High Team Series East End Grocery 234D i High Series Heide Ferguson 552 High Game Heide Ferguson 221 L 20 22 29 31 35 40 39'/ a 42 46 48 48«,_ 56 Wednesday Night League No. 2 Fenton Elevator 56 24 Bode Elevator 54% 25% East End Grocery ._ 53 27 Hoovers 49% 30% High Team Series East End Grocery 2885 High Series Mel Friedrich 603 SHOP HARRISON'S — FOR THESE SIX OUTSTANDING VALUES — Be an Early Bird Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday ASSORTMENT OF Your Choice Framed Pictures. • 12 Sizes Many 3-Dimensional 99 16 Oz. 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