Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 4
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to state district win Miller, Martin and Fitzpatrick earn berths Three Algona high school wrestlers won first places and advanced to the State Class A wrestling meet at Waterloo with victories Tuesday night in the district finals at Osage. Advancing to state competition were 138-pound Denny Miller, 145-pound Dave Martin and heavyweight Tom Fittpatrick. The state meet will be Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19-20. Pairings and match times will be announced later. Despite go.lting three firsts and a third, Algona finished third in the team standings. Osage won the meet with 62 points (four firsts and one second); Britt was second with 44 points (one first and two seconds); Algona was third with 43 points (three firsts); and Clarion was fourth with 32 points (one first and two seconds). Both the champion and run- nerup advance to the state meet, j "" Lndyard""hit' 37~~points in the BECAUSE of the icy roads, the number of Algona fans following the team was cut down and several carloads went into the ditch on the way over. But no one was injured and all arrived safely for the matches. Larry Munger was the only one of the four Algona matmen to fail in a state berth bid. The Bulldog wrestler was beaten 1-0 by Jim Byrnes, Osage, in the finals. Brynes had beaten Larry twice before this season, is undefeated and was the third place finisher in the 95-pound class a year ago. Munger then met Silbaugh of Orange Township in the wrestle-back for second place and lost 4-2. Silbaugh has lost only one match all season and that was to Byrnes so Munger, who finished third, had nothing to be ashamed about. IN THE 138-pound class, Denny Miller edged Gary White, of Postville, 1-0 in the finals and gets a return trip to the state meet, where pound class a Lakota and Armstrong share conference title Lakota and Armstrong both recorded victories again Friday night and both carried 11-1 records into their final games of the regular season Tuesday evenings. The clubs do not meet in regular season action and thus probably will end in a tic for the State Line crown with 12-1 marks. However, should both win sectional tournaments later this month, they'll meet in first round district play at Garrigan on Monday night, Feb. 22. # # * LEDYARD SETS NEW SCHOOL MARK Ledyard — The Ledyard high school boys set a new scoring mark here Friday night by drubbing winless Burl, 103-27. The girls also won, 51-48. The win for Ledyard in the boys game was their 10th win against seven losses. The girls are 12-4 for the campaign. first quarter for a 37-7 lead and were in front at the half, 63-15. Only seven boys saw action for the North Kossuth team and all five starters had between 16 and 25 points. Craig Lloyd had 25, The Lqdyard girls led at the half, 32-31 after trailing in the early going. Darlene Logcman led the winners with 19 points along with Eugenia Kocke while Charlotte Lapoe paced Burt with 22 and Jean Mescher had 17. GIRLS 17. Lakota led at the half, 50-30. Allan Marlow paced Scntral with 21 points while Tom Gcitxcnaucr added Hi. The Scntral girls were in command of the first, game all the way after building a 22-8 first quarter margin and a halflime advantage of 41-21. Bonnie We- hrspan paced the winners with 33 points while Teresa Voigt had 14. Lakota's best was Diane Sheldahl with 11. GIRLS fg 2 3 1 0 . 0 0 0 . 0 1 5 _ 3 15 BURT (48) fg Fairbanks 2 Mescher 8 Charlene Lappe 2 Charlotte Lappe 8 Zwiefel 0 Sankey 0 ft. Ackermann 0 N. Ackermann 0 TOTALS 20 he won the year ago. 133- LEDYARD (51) Logemann Smith Kocke fg .._ 4 _ 6 _ 5 Dave Martin, Bulldog junior, earned his first trip with an easy 4-3 win over Tim Underdahl of North High of West Union in the 145-pound class finals. Although the final score was close, Martin was in command all the way. And finally in the heavyweight, Tom Fitzpatrick won his berth by edging Loren Studer of Clarion, 1-0. Fitzpatrick, had beaten Studer twice before this , season, once in the last nino seconds in the dual meet and later in an overtime, Joe Funk was runnerup in 1954 in the heavyweight class and besides Bill Rich, Fitzpatrick is the only other heavyweight to Brandt 0 Waterhouse 0 Johnson 0 TOTALS 15 BOYS BURT (27) fg Ortman __. 5 Sankey 0 Fries .. 1 Lovstad 0 Gifford 1 Redemske 3 Cunningham 0 Prestus 1 TOTALS 11 ft 1 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 8 ft 11 1 9 0 0 0 21 Pf 4 1 0 2 4 3 6 4 24 Pf 1 2 1 3 3 4 14 advance to the war. state since the LEDYARD (103) fg DeBoer 7 Pedersen 8 Johnson 8 Dontje 9 C. Lloyd 10 E. Lloyd 1 A. Johnson 0 TOTALS __ ._.._ 44 Monday Night Results 103 — Larry Munger deci- sioned Glen Zubrod of Nashua, 7-0 in the first round Monday night and then came back. to reach the finals by throwing Fisher of Turkey Valley in 5:48. 138 — Defending state 133- pound champion Denny Miller decisioned Fuser Township in the of Orange first round, 44. Later Monday night, Miller beat Jahnel of Osage in the semifinals, 5-2. Jahnel is the only wrestler in the state to defeat Miller this season. 145 — Dave Martin decision- ed May of St. Ansgar, 9-2 in a first round match and then edged Matthias of Wapsie Valley, 4-1 in the semifinals. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick won his first match by decisioning Powell of Central of Elkader, 7-0. Later Monday, he decision' ed Knight of Wapsie Valley 6-3 to reach the finals. Bancroft drubs Emmelsburg, 98*56 Bancroft — St. John's of Bancroft made one of their final tune-ups for district tournament activity Friday night with an easy 99-56 win over Emmetsburg Catholic here Friday night. Robert Hatten poured in 33 points while Gene Meister added 16 and McCarthy added 13 more. Bancroft held only a 37-25 bjtlftiine lead and then raced gway with a 33-point third quarter for a 70.33 lead. The Johnnies meet Woden-Crystal Lake night and then will en- Graettinger here in the ft 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 5 ft 6 0 4 1 5 0 1 17 Pf 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 28 Pf 2 3 3 1 2 2 2 15 LAKOTA (36) Junkermcier Siemens Karels B. Coy _ ..... S. Coy Becker Christ ....... Rusher Boyd ......... Sheldahl Gocke TOTALS SENTRAL (64) Bon. Wchrspan Bet, Wehrspan Ditsworlh Voigt Eimers .. Krausc ___________ )ouglas Blanchard Schlci R. Voigt Vtenke .._ ...... Brandow lanna TOTALS BOYS LAKOTA (95) fg Pjaclcn 8 Bushman 3 Cordes 3 Dllsworth __ 4 3ecker 9 [-lippen _ 3 Smidt 1 Slepcr 1 Hamilton '. . 2 Thomsen ;- i:.. ..r_--3 Junkermeier 0 Weringa 0 TOTALS 37 SENTRAL (66) fq Dackcn 2 T. Geitzcnaucr 4 Eimers 1 Marlow _ 6 ft 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 6 1 4 1 3 0 4 5 2 1 1 0 22 ary game, despite 13 points from both John Muller and Joe Becker. (63) GARRIGAN Muller Bleich Long Smith Bradley Reding . . Youngwirth Becker _. Ilingsdorf Potthoff TOTALS KUEMPER (81) Hamcrs _, Otto Staiert Kitt Kelly .__. Drapcho ...... . Twitt Janning Lappe 2 „ I 1 _ 0 . . 5 0 1 .._ 7 0 3 .- 20 fg ..__ 8 ... 2 ._.. 7 .... 5 _ 3 . 1 1 _ 1 1 Pf 2 3 0 1 2 0 1 2 5 ft 0-1 6-7 0-0 4-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 7-8 0-2 4-5 5 23-30 21 ft 3-4 0-1 9-10 7-10 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-3 TOTALS 29 23-32 19 ALGONA LANES Monday Night League No. 1 W 62 54 52 52 51 Algona Barbers __. of C _.— Mo. la. Appliance ook's Welders __ hamplins Mgona Lanes 37 indsay Soft Water _ 31 louncil Oak 13 High Team. Series Mgona Lanes 2846 High Series aul Bernhard 567 High Game r. Ruba 219 L. 26 34 36 36 S7 51 57 75 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. It, 1965 NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE BASKETBALL W Eagle Grove : 12 Clear Lake 1 __.,_10 Webster City 7 Algona _ . 6 Iowa Falls, : ..____ 5 Humboldt "____'__— l' Hampton __________!___: 1 L 0 2 6 6 7 11 12 Pet, 1.000 .. .833 .548 ,500 . .455 .083' - '.077 OA 72.8 70.8 DA 52.6 60.9 61,8 63.5 Junior Varsity Conference W Webster City 9 Algona 9 Humboldt 8 Clear Lake .— 5 Clarion __. __•__ _4 Hampton •___. , _l __5 Iowa Falls 3 Eagle Grove _: ______2 Games Scheduled February 19-20 49.3 50.2 L 1 3 4 6 7 ^8 8 8 63.4 64.5 Feb. 19 .—.Humboldt at Clear Lake; ;Clarion5 at Eagle Grove; Iowa Falls at Algona. ...,-. ; . Feb. 20 — Mason City Newman' at Hariip'tbn; LeMars at Webster City. Monday Night League No. 2 W L 26 Name Individual High Scorers For The Season School Conf. Pts. Aver. Total Pts. Dale Teeter, Algona 253 21.1 337 Dave Stauffer, Eagle Grove __230 19.1 313 Tom Anderson, Clear Lake•___215 17.9 272 Doug Grabinski, Clear Lake __206 17.2 280 Brad Hanson, Eagle Grove __178 14.8 238 Aver. 2L1 19.5 17.0 17.5 14.8 Zender's . 60 28 Blue & White _._—57 31 Hamms No. 1 54 Vz 33V 2 Iowa State Bank ___ 43Vz 44 a /2 Cargill -.43 45 Gambles, 43 45 Meyer's Ins. 29 50 Squirt 19 69 Falstaff 43 45 3?«<«W;; Budweiser, 38 Cook'.s Scrap Iron ___ 36 High Team Series Hamms No. 1 50.V 52 3019 Dick High Series Reynolds 587 High Game Darrel Davis 236 Tuesday Night League No, 1 W L Lihdhorst Deputies _ 50 38 Universal (No. 1 49 39__ Reding Gravel 48 40 Pioneer,Hi-Bred 47% 40% Buscher Bros. 46 42 Utt, Electric .___ 46% 42% Whittemore Lockers 43 45 Larry's Recreation _ 42 Northwestern Mutual 39 Tall Paul's 36 46 49 52 High Team. Series Buscher Bros. _^ 2923 High Series Dick. Frideres — -- 589 High'Game Orville Wagner —— 224 Tuesday Night League No. 2 w L Blossom Insurance _ 59V2 28% Hood's Super Valu _ 57% : 30% Elbert's Enco _ 54% 33% Klein's Farm Supply 54 34 Weidenhoff 49 1st Lutheran Church;48 Algona Municipal: __ 41 High Ser is* , ~ Barney Thilges _—. 572 Jim Kelley '.'. 5*2 High Game Barney Thilges —1_——__ 224 Thursday Night High Team Series Fareway - 2359 High Series Charlotte Baldwin 531 Thursday Classic League High Team Series Hamms No. 2 .' 27819 High Series barrel Davis High Game Ron' Pettit 227 39 40 47 49 Fischer Store ___:_ 39 ; High Team-Series Elbert's Enco 2921 High Series Don Moore 545 High Game Karl Fliehler 213 Wednesday Night Women High'Team Series Cook!s Welders _.„,._ 2414 High Series Irma Dee Cook 587 High Game Irma Dee Cook ___.._! 221 Wednesday Night; Men High Team Series East End Grocery 2899 Friday Mixed Doubles League,! High Team Series j Zender's ______________ 235ft High Series , Women — Heide Ferguson 571 Men — Chuck Davis High Game Women — Heide Ferguson 284 Men — Chuck Davis _____ 211 Saturday Nite Mixed Doublet League No. 2 .•_ High Team Series Standard Oil ____i 2193 High Series • •'"" Women — Heider, Fervuson 493 Men — Harley Elmers — 564 High Game Women — Donn King ___•_ 171' Men — Harley. Elmers — 195 Coffee Cup League High Series . Colleen Soper _______ _____ 45$ Betty Hoover _____________ 459 Ada Logan High Game Grandmothers League High Team Series. Kirk's' Shoe Store 1693 High Series Francis Wiese 452 High Game Arline McConnel 182i SEE It SOON AT DAU'S GARAGE DeSart Utoff L. Gcitzenaiicr Kern Eldridge _. Lee TOTALS -___ 1 0 4 1 1 0 __ 20 SWEA CITY EDGES TITONKA, 73-60 Titonka — Swea City kept alive its chances for a share of third place in the State Line Conference by edging Titonka, 73-60 here Friday. The Trojans had to come from behind to do it, Swea City held a 33-32 halftime lead. Tom Elliott paced the winners with 23 points while Mike Hazelhoff added 20. Roger Akkerman led Titonka with 22 points while Ted Isebrand and George Pommer chipped in with 12 each. SWEA CITY (73) fg Farland 3 Mike Hazelhoff 9 Skaar 1 Martin 4 Elliott 9 Peterson 2 Anderson 1 TOTALS 29 ft 1 2 3 1 5 2 1 15 Pf 5 5 3 4 3 Kuempertoo much for Bears again, 81-63 Fast-breaking Carroll Kuemper, No. 4 rated outfit in the southwest part of the state and 14-1 for the season, was too much for the Garrigan Bears again Saturday night, 81-63 here. But the Bears put up a much stronger fight than they did a week ago in succumbing, 72-47 in the Diocesan finals at Carroll. In fact, the game was close thru most of three quarters. The first half ended 45-37 here Saturday and Garrigan trailed by less than 10 points for part of the third period. But Kuemper soon pulled away to a 10 and 12- point lead throughout most of the third period, which ended 64-53. GARRIGAN is now 7-9 for the season with a good chance of evening up its record this weekend. The Bears take on Emmets- 3 ! burg Catholic here Friday and 0 23 TITONKA (60) fg ft pf Brandt 2 l 5 Thomas 020 Akkerman . ._. 9 4 3 Janssen _.. 1 0 2 Pommer . - - 5 2 2 Isebrand 282 Kitzinger 132 TOTALS - 20 20 16 * # * LAKOTA KEEPS ROLLING, 95-66 Lakota — The Eagles stretched their winning streak to 13 and their season's record to 17-1 with an easy 95-66 win here Friday. The Sentral girls won the opening game, 64-36. Twelve Lakota players saw action in the boys game and 11 of then travel to Gilbertville for a return meeting with Don Bosco Saturday night. The Bears defeated both clubs in earlier meetings this season. Only a game at Fort Dodge against St. Edmond's on Friday, Feb. 19, remains before tournament time. Dick Bleich and Chuck Becker paced the Bears during the first half Saturday. Bleich scored all of his nine points for the night in the early 16 minutes and Becker did another terrific job in all four quarters to end with 21 points and top scoring honors. Jerry Bradley bucketed 12 points, most in the final two quarters. Don Potthoff, who fouled out early in the fourth quarter, had 10. them hit the scoring column. Ro- PAT DAUGHERTY'S sopho- ger Becker again was top scorer mores were handed their second fUJSl game of i&e season Feb. 19. J with 26 while Stan Tjaden added 'straight defeat in the preUmin- DETROIT. Feb. 10 — A. merican Motors today an«, nounced a radically different fastback hardtop with full six-passenger room, ' Called the Marlin, the new car if designed for those who want a sporty fastback eon- cept combined with roomineff and comfort, said Thomas A, Coupe, vice president of au< tomotive sales. "Tht Marlin by Rambler if another step in the extensive broadening of product appeal that we have been developing in line with market demand/' Coupe said. 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