Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1965 · Page 5
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Clarion edges Algona 60-53 there Friday Clafion continued its supremacy over Algona this season as the Cowboys edged Algona high school 60-53 at Clarion ¥ti> day night to kill any hopes that the two-time champion Bulldogs had of finishing in the first di* vision of the North Central Conference. Coach Howie Stephenson's club, winners of the conference title the past two seasons, now must beat Iowa Falls here Friday night in the final game of the season to hold onto fifth place alone and to finish the season at a .500 mark 9-9. Iowa Falls is one of four North Central teams to .hold decisions over Algona this season. It is ironic that Algona beat three of the teams twice including Webster City but lost both games to four of the clubs and lost the first Iowa Falls game. ALGONA was just dead on its feet Friday night. The Bulldogs trailed 13-8 after one quarter, then took a 29-26 lead to the dressing room. Mainly responsible was Steve Hardy, who canned six field goals in the first half for a doz en points. He got only one more the rest of the way. The Cowboys held a 45-44 advantage after three periods. Early in the fourth quarter, Algona had its last lead at 49-48. The Bulldogs then didn't score another point for five full minutes. During this interim, Clarion picked up 10 and had the game iced at 58-49 when the Bulldogs got another basket. Dale Teeter was far below his 21.1 scoring average and got just 15 but that was the high for Algona. Besides Hardy, no other Bulldog got more than eight and only one, Al Priebe, got that many. THE JUNIOR varsity also lost, Carry Bulldog mat hopes DAVE MARTIN DENNY MILLER TOM FITZPATRICK These three boys will carry the Algona high school wrestling hopes in the state tournament at Waterloo this weekend. First round matches in the Class A division will be Friday afternoon with semifinals Saturday afternoon and the finals Saturday night. Unof- ficial line-up of matches, provided by Coach Champ Martin puts Miller against Jim Gains of Prairie of Cedar Rapids; Martin wrestlfes Charles Peters of Grundy Center; and Fitzpatrick meets Randy Carlson of Tri-Center. Strongest contender for the title will be Osage, with four first place district winners: 7 Three lakes opened to all fishing Fishing will be permitted on Iowa and High lakes, in Emmet county, and Silver lake, in Palo Alto up to March 15 under an order from the conservation commission, according to Richard R. Butler, conservation of- icer for Kossuth. Fish may be taken by means except by use of dyna-' mite, poison, electric shocking or any stupefying agent. However commercial fishing is prohibited. The promsicuous fishing is permitted under law when there is danger of loss of fish through natural causes such as low water. I rrigan STATE LINE CONFERENCE (Boy.) W L Lakota ____!! 1 Armstrong I__ : 11 1 Ledyard :__ '___' 8 5 Swea City '__„ 7 5 Titonka • ______J-________ 8 6 Sentral _'_'__„__________ "6 7 Ringsted ----- • 4 8 Thompson _1__^___ 3 8 Rake 3 9 Burt ____„:___'__ 1 ' 12 yard pulled away early and led at the half, 51-33. Craig Lloyd hit 27 points to pace the winners while Tom Geitzenauer had 20 for the Satellites. The Ledyard girls ended 13-4 for the season and 8-2 in the conference with a 69-63 first game victory. Eugenia Klocke hit 30 for Ledyard but Bonnie Wehrspan led all scorers with 49 points for Sentral. Sentral led at the half, 40-37 but fell behind early in the third period. GIRLS SENTRAL (63) fg Wchrspan, Bon. 14 Wehrspan, Bet. .... _ 2 Ditsworth 1 Voigt 4 Douglas 0 Blanchard 0 Menke 0 Schlei 0 TOTAL 21 LEDYARD (69) fg Logemann __ __ __ 8 Smith _ . 5 Klocke 14 Richardson 0 Brandt 0 Waterhouse 0 Johnson 0 fiaftoto 0 Lloyd, C. 12 Lloyd, R. Berg Munyer Johnson, A. Govern Johnson, B. 0 TOTAL 35 15-point win easily Garrigan flittered away a 15- point lead in four minutes but came back strong- in the fourth 51-48 in an overtime. Steve Wai- quarter to defeat Emmetsburg Catholic Friday night here, 73 59. . The win gave the Bears 1-1 = 3-7 ler led the scoring for Algona. ALGONA (53) fg ft pf Merryman <—_ 2 Teeter 6 Priebe 2 4-5 Espe 1 1-2 Hardy 7 0-0 Claude 2 2-3 Perkins 1 0-0 Walker 0 0-0 Dau 0 0-0 Maahs 0 0-0 0 JOTAL 21 11-18 1? CLARION (60) fg Olson 3 1-2 Sann 11 5-6 Eaton 0 0-1 Kalkbrenner 3 2-2 McClellan 3 2-5 Rasmussen 4 1-4 Mechem 0 1-3 TOTAL 24 12-23 win gave the Bears an j-8-9 mark going into the game at , Gilbertville against Don Boscb LuVerne end with 13-6 season's mark LuVerne — The LuVerne high school boys • dosed out their regular season's play and now prepare for the sectional tourna- ~ They mushroomed a 21-19 ad- ments as they crushed Sheffield- O vantage into a 31-23 lujlftime Chapin, 77-54 there Tuesday bulge with five quick baskets at night. The win was the 13th. in the .end of ,the half. :,'• r; [ 19 games for. Coach Bryce \Vick- r Xhd 'they kept right oh going 'ett r s club which finished .another Saturday night. It looked as if a two-minute burst at the end'of the first .half h'ad iced the game for ;the JJears. MONDAY, FEB. 15, 1965 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 LEDYARD SWEEPS PAST SENTRAL Ledyard. —. The Ledyard high school boys clinched at least a share of third place in the State tine Conference Wednesday liight in a delayed doubleheadci here with Sentral. The boys closed out an 11-7 campaign and an 8-5 conference mark with an 89-61 victory. Led- Schroeder TOTAL BOYS (61) 1 ft 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 ft II 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 19 1 1 0 3 2 1 1 1 20 TITONKA EDGES RAKE, 50-48 Rake — Titonka finished its 3 0 1 6 1 4 4 20 Pf 6 4 4 2 3 3 4 1 27 State Line campaign with a nar row 50-48 win over Rake here Tuesday night. Roger Akkerman paced the winners with 14 points. TITONKA (50) fg ft p Brandt 2 3 Kitzingcr 3 3 Janssen L 2 Akkerman 7 0 Isebrand 223 Thomas 500 TOTAL 20 10 12 Corwith-Westey girls tie for title Corwith — The Corwith-Wes- ey girls tied for the Notth Stir Conference basketball title Wednesday night by defeating Kanawha, 54-31. Co-title holders are Meservey-Thornton, Boofte Valley and Corwith-Wesley with 8-1 marks. The girls were led by Stephaft- e Bartik with 22 points. Corwith' Wesley led 33-16 at the half. The boys also won, 53-50 to bring their final league mark to 64. Kanawha led at the half, 27-24. Mike Anderson paced the winners with 13 points. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W Eagle Grove 13 Clear Lake 11 Clarion 8 8 SENTRAL (61) fg ft Dackcn _________________ 31 Geitzenauer, T. ....... ._ 76 Marlow _____________ _ 6 0 U.thof ________ ......... _..._ 1 0 DeSart - ..... __ ....... _____ 30 Eimers ________________ 52 Geitzenauer, L. ______ 00 Eldridge _____________ 10 Shaw _____________ ..... 00 TOTAL _____________ 26 9 LEDYARD (89) fg ft DeBoer _____________ 27 Peclersen _____________ 11 3 Johnson, R. ______________ 52 Dontje _________________ 11 pf 5 2 3 1 3 3 5 0 2 24 pf 3 2 1 4 L 0 2 5 6 7 8 12 13 Webster City Algona 6 Iowa Falls - 5 Humboldt 1 Hampton . _ 1 Results Friday Clarion 60 Algona 53 Eagle Grove 73 Iowa Falls 53 Webster City 81 Humboldt 70 Clear Lake 62 Hampton 55 Reserve our beautiful III FOUNTAIN ROOM For your private parties When planning your private parties, think of Charlie's beau- titul "Fountain Room." You'll find it large enough to accommodate most any group — from 20 to 55 persons — and it is tastefully decorated and offers the utmost in privacy. Call 295-9152 to reserve your date. ! Charlie's Supper Club One mile south of Algona on Highway 169 Wickett _:_____: .9 kelson ;_•__: 4 Jristow •_ 0 Stripling 0 TOTAL ________35 GIRLS LuVERNE (43) fg flanselman __• 8 : Hanson : 0 Lindebak _1 6 Brink 0 Schnakenberg 0 Nelson : 0 Daley 0 TOTAL __-:•_:. 14 ft pf in the third period: 1 with four free throws and Dick Bleich 's rebound moving the count to 3723. Don Potthoff made it 39-24 seconds later and then the Bears fell apart. I Bleich fouled out during the spell and Becker was on the bench with four fouls. The Irish got the game tied with something like 10 straight points at 44-44 with 16 seconds left in the quarter and went ahead at 46-44 as the fourth period started. So quick and easy to use CON-TACT* self-adhesive plastic! No tacks, no paste, no water needed. 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Joe Becker hit 18 and Jerry Hentges and Jack Muller got 17 each. GARRIGAN (73) fg ft pf Becker 4 10-12 5 Ringsdorf 2 0-1 5 Potthoff 12 2-3 1 Bleich —, 1 14 5 Reding 0 0-0 2 Muller 6 5-5 1 Smith 1 1-3 2 Youngwirth 00-0 l Long _ _ 0 0-0 1 LaBarre 0 04 2 TOTAL -W !M* 35 EMMiTHURG (59) fg ft pf Foy —:_ 0 5-8 1 Kapustynksi 0 0-3 3 Bisem«s ___ _ 3 7-9 4 Brown 44-5 1 Heinolrich __. 5 6-6 4 Martini — 0 g-3 2 Kami 1 2-2 2 joynt - — 3 14 1 TOTAL —- 16 3?-37 18 Less than a century after |he invention of. printinjg, the first printing press to resell America was established in Mexico City in 15.39. America's first printer Juan P§blQS, me season. LuVerne got 27 points from Job Maass and 20 from John Wickett. The Lions quickly moved into a 22-12 first quarter ead and were ahead all the way. They'll meet the winner of .he Goldfield-Marathon game at ?ocahontas Wednesday night at 8:30 next 'week in a second round class B sectional game. 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