Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 2
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Four Algona wrestlers nee Algona places third; Osage next jyear. \ .13.1 — Dewcy (Brilt) dec. Dan I Toughest defeats \vcrc those iGllmofe, 7-1. 'suffered by Tom Samp and Bob j 130 — Miller dec. Whllmore Martin. Samp broke, his nose in i (Hampton), 2-0. the early seconds of his match i 145 — Dave Martin dec. Olson jwith Kniilstorf of Britt and lost i (Brill), 4-0. ;2-0 in the finals. He was laken 1B5 — Bob Marlin dec. Me; to the hospital to have his nose Dowell (Hampton), 2-1 (overtime) i sot. and then forfeited his con-1 Hwl. — Fitzpa trick dec. Grant Algona high school advanced i solution match with Kelchum of (Brill), 5-1. four wrestlers into the district tournament next week in sec- Helmond. -^ and then was defeated in Ihe Those moving on were Larry j consolation match by Askelson, v£i n £? r< V; »; 1 _? nn y.£ Tl ,'! er 'I Clarion, 4-0 to kill any of his 138 Ibs.; Dave Martin, 145 Ibs ; | chances for a district berln . and Tom FitapalrSck. All but i Munger decisioned Kelley of Martin won first places in sectional with Martin second. Algona finished third in the two-day seclional at Britl with 62 points. Britl won the meet with 91 poinls and Clarion was second with 82 points. Other teams competing were Hampton. 34, Belmond 29, and Northwood 0. The Bulldogs will compete in the Osage districl Monday and Tuesday nighls of next week and the first and second place winners will advance to the stale tournamenl at Walerloo on Feb. 19 and 20. ALGONA'S showing in Ihc sectional was somewhal disappoinl- ing although there were several pleasant surprises. Larry Munger's victory in the 103-pound class, although not completely a surprise, was a tribute to his late season showings. Also, Tom Filzpatrick's victory in the heavyweight class -was a big Bulldog win. Denny Miller, the other Bulldog blue ribbon winner, is the defending state champion in the 133-pound class and he's given a good shot at the 138-pound crown this , Clarion in the finals Tuesday, 6 taking 3 Miller decisioned Ostercamp, Bri.tl, in the 138-pound class 4-0. Dave Martin, after losing to Benson of Clarion 7-3 in the finals came back to defeat Kcllcy of Belmond in the consolation finals, 5-0 to earn a second place finish. In the heavyweight class, Fitzpatrick defeated Studer of Clarion in the finals, 1-0 in overtime. The first and second rounds of the district will be Monday night at Osage and 'the finals and consolations will be Tuesday. FIRST ROUND 120 — Tom Samp dec. Orr (Hampton), 2-0. 138 — Denny Miller threw Fistler (Northwood). 154 — Gilbert Tidman (Hampton) dec. Cal Humphrey, 4-0. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick threw Spangenberg (Hampton). 103 SEMI-FINALS Larry Munger dec. Simpson (Britt), 4-2. 112 — Nelson (Britt) dec. Don Camp, 4-0. 120 — Samp threw Halstead (Northwood). 127 — Reed (Clarion) dec. Jim Colwell, 4-1. Bears drubbed in Dioceson finals, 72-47 Garrigan high school was no match for once-beaten Carroll Kuemper Sunday night in the Western Diocesan Catholic basketball finals at Carroll and fell, 72-47. The Bears will have a return engagement with Ihe Carroll oulfil, now 12-1 for Ihe season, here Saturday night after an encounter with Spalding-of Gran- villc there Friday. The Bears defeated Granville here earlier in the campaign. The locals, now 6-8 for Ihe season, fell behind 25-2 in the first quarter and never recovered. They trailed 31-10 after one quarter and the game was no contesl after lhat. The Bears trailed 48-23 at the half and 59-33 after three "periods. None of the locals got more than 10 points and only Don Potlhoff reached that mark. Jerry Bradley, the top Bear scorer this year, was held to four points and Chuck Becker and Dick Muller added eight each. The margin of victory by Kuemper — 25 points — set a new Diocesan final game record, surpassing the old. mark which had stood for 27 years. Friday-Saturday, Feb. The Swingin' Gran Pres 5-6 MERLIN ALTMAN chrnidt had 26 fof Arrrietroftg. SPORTS 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 4, Lakota wins 15th to share boys lead Lakota and Armstrong contin- Conference Friday night and Set SWEA CITY TIPS RAKE, 70-64 Rake — Swea City rallied in he fourth quarter to defeat lake here Friday, 70-64 in a State Line Conference game. The Trojans had five men in double figures with Mike Hazelhoff and Ommund Skaar hitting 12 each and John Martin 11. The game was tied at 27-27 at the half but the Trojans were down by three after three qtiaf ters. ued to dominate the State Line JERRY BERTE BUD VON BANK PINE ROOM ALGONA'S FINEST LOUNGE Coming Feb. 12 & 13 — the "NOMADS" KUEMPER (72) fg Hamers 2 Mueller : 0 Staierl __________ 4 Kilt __„______ 0 Kelly —— 3 Drapcho •__ 0 Otto 4 Twitt —. 2 Golwitzer 0 Oxenford 0 1 Janning 0 L ft 5-6 0-1 5-7 9-11 3-6 0-2 0-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 pf 24-39 19 GARRIGAN (47) fg Bradley ___________ 2 Becker ______________ 2 Potthoff ___________ 4 Muller ____________ 2 Bleich ___________ 0 Reding ___________ 6 Smith ________ ____ 2 < Ringsdorf _____„__ 2 Youngwirth ____ __ 1 LaBarre _________ 0 Long _ _____ 0 TOTAL __.____J_1S ft pf 0-1 3 4-4 4 2-3 3 4-4 4 1-3 5 2-2 1 3-5 3 1-6 5 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 17-28 28 Win fourth straight game at Estherville Algona high school rolled up its fourth straighl victory and its second in two nights Saturday by edging Estherville 52-49' at Estherville. The Bulldogs won the game at the free throw line. This week it will be well regarded Clear Lake, current run- nerup in the conference and one of the better clubs in this area. The Lions defeated Algona earlier this year and the game should draw anolher capacily crowd here Friday. The Bulldogs are currently in fourth place in the loop and need a win over Clear Lake badly if they are lo keep alive their third place hopes. DALE TEETER again led the Bulldog scoring as the conference scoring leader poured in 21 points and almost single- handedly controlled the boards with 13 rebounds. No other Bulldog got more than three for the night. Sophomore Craig Espe did a stellar job at guard. Algona hit 18 of 30 free throws and were behind in field goals, 21-17. Algona had only nine fouls called against it while Estherville was iTTo,v,m™, whistled for 20. . iHamilton JDjy^BijJJdogs got ayajj to a"19-' ISiead and led most of the game. They'were in front 35-30; up their meeting at Lakota later this season for the conference championship. Titonka lost arty chance to share the crown with its loss to Lakota. PAST tUftf TWICi TH«m(M«ft — Butt lost a pair of games here Friday night, 4544 irt the girls contest and 77- itt the boys game. The wihless Bears were paced by Bob Lovstad with 19 points but they trailed the entire gaftte 1 and 31*20 at the half. The girls- got 24 points by Charlotte Lappe and led during much of the first half. (Boy*). Algona skanr mat title Clarion edged £«§(« in wr«tling Friday rifgrtt, 1815 giving Af§e»ff« i sh_r» of the North Central Gonfir«ne« title. Clarion, Ea$le GrOV* frid Algeria all ended with 4>1 rftitl marks, each losing On«. tftd winning once from the Other two team.. W Armstrong _ 10 Lakota . —^_ _9 Titotika .8 Sehtfal -6 Ledyard _ .*_,—J.5 Swea City ____^_.S fake _-__^3 Thompson u____3 Baft —10: LAKOTA SPLITS WITH TITONKA Lakota — The Eagles won their 15th game in 16 starts here Friday night by pulling away from, stubborn Titonka in the second quarter for a 67-41 victory. The Titonka girls took the opener, 56-48. Rich Thomsen paced the boys win with 22 points while Roger Becker added 17. Lakota led early and then Titonka took a 14-12 lead but was never in front after that. The Eagles led 33-23 at the half. Pat Welander led the girls with 28 points for Titonka while Iris Michaelson notched 20. Linda Siemens paced the losers with 31 points. Titonka was down 2827 at the half. BOYS TITONKA (41) fg Brandt 2 Thomas 3 Akkerman 3 Janssen . 0 Pommer 3 Isebrand 2 Kitzinger 2 TOTAL _________15 LAKOTA (67) fg Tjaden 4 Cordes ; :___ 5 Ellsworth 0 lest the best Thomsen at the half and 41-39 after three periods. Estherville went seven minutes during the third and fourth quarter without scoring a point. Algona went into a semi-stall with 6:50 left in the game and built up a 47-39 cushion before the Midgets found the range again. Danny Merryman was second in scoring for the locals with nine points. Teeter hit 17 of his 21 markers in the first half. The Bulldog junior varisity was trounced 47-35 in the opener after winning the night before, 50-43 over Hampton, COACH Stephenson also indicated Sunday that there was little chance Milt Butzke would see any cage action. The Whittemore senior, who suffered a broken leg in a car accident before the season started, has the; cast off his leg but the ankle is still extremely stiff. 1 1 11 _j»_a '32 GIRLS TITONKA (56) fg Krantz 0 Welander, B. 3 Budlong, L. — 0 Sachau 0 Michaelson 8 Harms 0 Welander, P. 10 TOTAL 21 LAKOTA (48) fg funkermeier -L_ 3 Siemens 15 Karels 3 Coy, B. _______—•__ 0 oy, S. 0 Becker _ __ 0 hrist 0 Husher — 0 Boyd-—_ 1 TOTAL 22 '65 FORD GALAXIE 500 LTD 4-DR. HARDTOP Your Ford Dealer cordially invites you to test-drive his '65s«. with no obligation, No sales pitch, No pressure. These cars sell themselves. The '65 is the best-built Ford yet,,, proved quieter than a Rolls-Royce, by actual tests!* Ford Mustang has a lively new 200-cu, in. Six. Ford Fairlane has 20% more power. Come drive a winner at your Ford Dealer's! •Uadiit| tcousUc*!consulUntsconducted tetU in which V-8 pow«*J f tit hiidtops «nd Gjluie500sedins iod«quletw (bin i Roili-Rpyct, Th*i«t«tjwn« certified by Ihe US. Auto Club. ALGONA (52) Merryman Teeter Priebe Espe Hardy Walker MUSTANG HARDTOP FAIRLANE bOO SPORTS COUPE '65 BEST YEAR YET TO GO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER 41 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. fg ft P f .2 5-7 3 . 8 5-7 2 .20-00 . 3 1-2 1 . 1 4-8 1 .1 3-6 2 TOTAL _-17 18-30 ESTHERVILLE (49) fg ft pf Nelson 4 1-2 ~ Scheffer 4 0-1 Richards 5 1-1 Matre 3 0-0 8 Bolty 1 0-1 I Guge 0 4-4 Meyers 3 1-1 3 Moklestadt 0 0-0 2 Dahna l 0-0 2 TOTAL 21 7-10 20 W L Eagle Grove 11 0 Clear Lake 9 2 Webster City 7 5 Algona 6 5 Clarion 5 5 Iowa Falls 4 6 Humboldt 1 10 Hampton l 11 Result* last week: Algona 73, Hampton 52 Webster City 77, Iowa Falls 66 Clear Lake 69, Clarion 59 Eagle Grove 92, Humboldt 62 ft 3 0 2 3 0 1 2 11 ft 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 ft 0 2 0 0 4 0 8 41 ft 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Pf 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 7 Pf 3 3 1 2 0 0 1 2 12 6 3 2 2 2 3 1 19 Pf 2 0 4 4 1 2 3 1 0 17 LEDYARD AND RINGSTED SPLIT Ringsted — The Ledyard boys won another game here Friday 70-60 over Ringsted after the lome girls kept a share of the conference lead with Armstrong by winning the opener, 58-42. John Pedersen paced the Led yard win with 34 points while Greg Hansen had 21 for Ring sted. Ledyard was in front a the half, 34-22, Ringsted pulled away early in the girls game and was in fron 36-19 at the half. Darlene Logemann dominated the loser' scoring with 29 points whil Karen Nelson had the same number for Ringsted. ARMSTRONG RIPS SENTRAL TWICE Fenton — Armstrong won both ends of a twin-bill here Friday night to maintain a share of the lead in the boys and girls basketball races. The boys won 79-57 on the 23- point scoring of Jim Godfredson and 17 by Al Kindell. Sentral gpt 22 points from Tom Geitzenauer and 20 from Allen Marlow. Sentral trailed at the half, 3318. The girls win was tougher for the visitors who ended up in front, 78-70. Armstrong led 4419 at the half but was outscored in both of the final two quarters. Betty Wehrspan led Sentral with 33 points while Sharon Wald- f AST STATE ST. 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