Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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SPORTS 4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. Id, 1965 Twin Rivers, C-W girls advance in sectionals Twin Rivers and Corwith-Wesley advanced into the semifinals of the girl's sectional basketball tournament at Corwith with victories Tuesday night. Twin Rivers bumped Ledyard 63-58 in a second round game while Corwith-Wesley breezed by Ventura, 70-57. At Fenton, Scnlral and Ringsted moved into the semifinals Tuesday night. Sentral ripped Cylinder, 55-31 while Ringstcd took care of Ayshirc, 64-43. In the other area girls race at Gruver, Armstrong and Terril advanced with victories Tuesday night, the Tigerettcs by a 56-55 count over Lincoln-Central of Gruver. # * # Senlral high school of Fenton and Twin Rivers posted first round girl's sectional victories Saturday night. Kossuth teams are competing in three sectionals in this area, with action ending Saturday night. TWIN RIVERS 81 NORTH CENTRAL 40 Titonka — Twin Rivers high school got 48 points from Kristie Erdman and raced away from North Central of Manly here in a first round sectional girls game Saturday night, 81-40. The winners had the score nearly doubled at every quarter. Guards Kathy Myers, Meg Holmes and Janice Johnson held North Central completely in check while Miss Erdman got good scoring help,from Gracia Kraabel with 21 and Rita Nielsen with 12 points. Twin Rivers led at the half, 35-20 and are now 15-4 for the season. CORWITH-WESLEY 65 WODEN-CRYSTAL LAKE 42 Corwith — The Corwith-Wes-, ley girls moved their season's Us Journal eeeeeeeeeeee »»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»«»»+»»». record to 14-3 with an easy 6542 victory over Woden-Crystal Lake here Saturday night. The winners trailed after one quarter, 13-9 but look command at the half, 29-20 and outscorod the visitors 36-22 in the final half. Woden won only one game all season. Stephanie Barlick led C-W with 24 points. HAVELOCK-PLOVER 65 WEST BEND 49 Rolfe — West Bend's girls were sent to the sidelines Saturday night as Havclock-Plovcr won a first round game, 65-4'J. Elaine Smith led the Bulldog's cause with 27 points. SENTRAL 63 GRAETTINGER 53 Fenton — Sentral high school of Fenton uppcd its season's mark to 8-9 lor the year with a first round girls sectional victory over Graettinger here Saturday night, 03-S3. Bonnie Wchr- span led the winners with 29 points. Graettinger led at the half, 27-26 but Sentral took control in the third period by limiting the visitors to just six points. ALDEN 49 LUVERNE 39 Thornton — Alclen knocked LuVerne from the girl's sectional action in the first round Saturday night as they dumped the Lioncttes here 49-39. Jane Hanselman was held to just 10 points. LuVerne was behind by just a 27-26 count at the half out fell in arrears' 38-30 in the third period. 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The Bears have beaten the Gaeli twice in earlier meet* Ings this year, both en the Al* gona court, But they hed else doubled the score on Den Bos* co in an earlier game here. But Saturday night they just couldn't get the job done and in a weird finish, ended the game with just four players on the floor. Coach Steve McCall took 19 players to the game — 10 suited up for the sophomore game and nine for the varsity contest. ALL FIVE starters for Garrigan fouled out, the last leaving with less than a minute to go. So the Bears completed the game with four reserves on the floor. They had no chance to win by that time. In fact, the Bear defeat was pretty well sealed in the third period. After trailing by only four points, 27-23 at the half, Garrigan fell behind 46-37 after three periods. Don Potthoff again led Bear scoring with 17 points as the locals hit only 14 of 53 shots for a 26% average. Don Bosco fired in 21 of 50 for a 42% mark. Garrigan had five men fouled out on 31 fouls while the home club lost two men on 24 fouls for the team. Jack Naylor paced the winners with 15 points. Garrigan trailed all the way and was down 11-9 at the end of one quarter. The Bear sophs also lost, 4842 in the preliminary game. GARRIGAN will play the final regular season game and all tournament games without the services of Jerry Bradley, the club's top scorer. He was shelved for the season with a gland infection. GARRIGAN (52) fg ft) pf Becker 32-45 Ringsdorf 02-35 Potthoff 5 7-9 5 Bleich 0 1-3 5 Muller 1 3-5 &, Reding 2 3-3 2 Smith 2 5-6 3 Youngwirth 1 1-2 1 Long 00-00 TOTAL 14 24-35 31 Erdman wins scoring crown with 53 points Bode — Kristie Erdman climaxed a brilliant girl's basketball career at Rolfe Friday night at the Twin Rivers high school forward won the Twin Lakes Conference scoring title with a record 679 points for 13 conference games and a 48.5 scoring average per game. Miss Erdman hit 53 points Friday in an easy Twin Rivers 86-37 win over Rolfe. She entered the game needing 50 points to win the crown, The Twin Rivers girls ended with a 14-4 record for the season. Miss Erdman hit her final points midway in the fourth period and was taken out with 2Vfe minutes left in the game. The Twin Rivers boys lost the second game to Rolfe, 75-72. Don Gronbach and Ron Fredrick led the losers with 20 and 19 points respectively. Bancroft wins as Johnnies hit 98 again Bancroft — St. John's high school made its second to the last tune-up for the Gamgan high school district tournament : with a 98-66 victory here Friday j over Woden-Crystal Lake. j The Johnnies will finish regu lar season play with a twin-bill against Graettinger this Friday. Dick Diers paced the win with 33 points while Robert Batten added 24. Three other Bancroft . players hit double figures. ! BANCROFT (98) fg ft pf Qr$in Harvesting and Storage Headquarters" £3467 A ICON A 14)441>MM»einiii i M WM* Wt tt+ttttw Armstrong, Ledyard boys win in sectional 'Diers 12 7 i Carpenter 5 0 iHatten 8 8 IMenke 6 0 Meister 4 5 McCarthy 2 Murray 100 91 3Q 24 Armstrong dumped TitonJtJl and Ledyard advanced in first round boy's sectional action which opened Monday night, Boy's tournaments will continue this week Wednesday and Fit day nights with the Class A and B winner in this area moving into the Garrigan district next week. * * # WEST BEND 56 CORWITH'WESLEY 54 Rolfe— George Bargman stole the ball and went in for a lay-up with three seconds left to give West Bend an overtime win over Corwith-Wesley, 56-54 here Mon day night in a first round Class A boys sectional game. The win gives the Bulldogs a 16-2 season's mark. Corwith-Wesley tied the game at 52-52 in the regulation game. Bargman stole the ball earlier in the overtime for a lay-up but he missed. Bruce Balgcman hit 24 points to pace the winners while Bargman had 16. Andy Moore poured in 23 points i'or the upset- minded C-W team, which finished with an 8-8 season's mark. West Bend led most of the game and had an 11-point bulge at 49-38 after three periods. The winners also led 35-23 at the half. LEDYARD 72 BURT 36 Lakota — Ledyard, fast-coming in the late season, raced by Burt 72-36 by doubling the score on the hapless Bears, in a first round Class B sectional game here Monday night. Ledyard was in front at the half, 41-19: Engene Dontje paced the winners with 24 points while Bob Ortman meshed 13 for the losing Bears. RINGSTED 80 CYLINDER 64 Armstrong — Ringsted advanced in the first round of the sectional Class B tourney here Monday night by dumping Cylinder, 80-64. Ringsted led at the half, 41-25. Pacing the winners was Greg Hanson with 17 while John Wickman hit 21 for the losers. -, e, ARMSTRONG 53 TITONKA 46 Armstrong — Powerful ArnKi strong got a real scare from Til tonka here Monday night before 1 advancing to the semifinals of the Class A sectional here, 53-46? The Tigers led at the half, 3021 but Titonka took a 40-39 lead going into the final quarter. Armstrong, now 15-3 for the season, was led by Dick Barrett with 19 points while Rick Thomas had 15 for the Indians. ' * # * # Returns from two months in Norway Lakota — Ingvald Sunde returned home Feb. 7 after spending two months in his homeland, Norway. ! Mr. Sunde made the trip via Scandinavian Air Lines, leaving from Minneapolis, on to Chicago, Montreal, then Copenhagen, Denmark and finally, Stavanger, Norway. His family all live in the Sta r vanger area. His mother, who is 79, lives near the home place! The five brothers and two sisters all live nearby. This was the first visit in thirty-six and a half years. Mr. Sunde said that perhaps the biggest change was in the growth of the town. The expansion has even included the incorporation of their family farm into the town itself. Mr. Sunde first came to the Thompson area in August of 1928. He later came here where he has farmed for the past ten years. SWEA CITY 72 BURT 44 Swea City — The Trojans rpmped by Burt 72-44 in the final State Line Conference game for both teams Friday night here. John Martin paced the winning Trojans with 16 points while Bob Ortmann again led the Bears' scoring with H. STATE LINE CONFERENCE (Boy*) W L Lakota 12 l Armstrong 11 i Ledyard 8 5 Swea City 8 5 Titonka 8 6 FENTON FORWARDS The Fenton Forwards meet Monday with Barbara Baxter at 7:30 p.m. Plans for a pancake supper were discussed. Rita Luedtke gave a talk. Visiting mother w^s Mrs. Bierstedt. Swta City loins season 9 ! finale East Chain — Swca City was crushed by East Chain, Minn., here Saturday night in the final regular season game of the year for both clubs. Swea City was behind all the way and was outscored in every quarter. Tom Elliott led the Trojan scorers with 15 points while John Mar* (in had 13 and Ommund Skaar 11. iiiNiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiraiiiM BOWLING ALGONA LANES Monday Night League No. 1 • W L Algona Barbers ___ 63 29 K of C ____________ 55 37 No. la. Appliance __ 55 37 Champlin ____________ 55 37 Cook's Welders ____ 53 39 Algona Lanes ______ 40 52 Lindsay ____________ 34 58 Council Oak ______ .__ 13 79 High Team Series Champlin ______ ________ 2884 High Series Shrimp Froehlich ________ 572 High Game Zeke Winkel _____________ 224 Monday Night League No. 2 W 7-Up ---------------- 65 Zender's _________ 64 Blue & White _______ 61 Hamms __________ 58% Falstaff _____ _____ 46 Iowa State Bank .__ 44V 2 Cargill --------------- 44 Gambles' ___________ 43 Budweiser _________ 42 Cook's Scrap Iron __ 36 Meyers Ins. ________ 29 Squirt ____________ 19 High Team Series Blue & White _ __________ 2961 . High Series Tom Shackelford _____ : ___ : 582 , High Game Tom Shackelford _____ ___ 247 L 27 28 31 33 1 .-. 46 47M, 48 49 50 56 63 73 L 39 41 Tuesday Night League No. 1 W Lindl\orst Deputies _,53 Universal 51 Pioneer-. ^ ^i___ 5XB_ Reding Gravel , 50 Biuscher Bros. 48 Utt Electric 46^ Whittemore Lockers 43 Larry's Recreation _ 43 42 44 45% 49 49 51 52 Northwestern Mutual 41 Tall'Paul's 40 High Team Series Pioneer Hi-Bred 2964 High, Series Gib Buscher 586 ;<:'- '- High Game Gib Buscher 223 Tuesday Night League No. 2 W Blossom Insurance __ 62% Hood's Super Valu _ 60% Eibert's Enco 57% Klein's Farm Supply 55 1st Lutheran Church 52 L 29% 31% 34% 37 40 Weidetihott ^«— .62 .40 Algona (JtilitiM __. 42 50 Fischer St6« ._...-- 88 83 Mercury Outboard _ 39 53 Universal No, 2 _ 36% 55% Pine Room i .^_.__. 32 80 Lotts Creek Lockers 24 68 High Team Series Eibert's finco ._ 2900 High Series Don, Miggs i_ ^_^__ 550 High Game Jim Sires ^ -___., 200 Wednesday Night Men W L Bode Elevator „ 63% 28% Fenton Elevator 61 31 East End Grocery __ 60 32 Hoovers 57% 34% Cunningham Cafe — 54 38 Borden's Dairy 49 43 Hobarton Co-op. 47 45 Percival Motors 43 49 N. F. 0, 39 53 Bernie's Recreation _ 38 54 High Teem Series Cunningham Cafe 2962 High Series Doyle Dailey 840 High Game Doyle Dailey ; 233 Wednesdey Night Women W L Cook's Welders 64 24 East End Grocery ___ 62 27 Women of Moose __ 52 36 Iowa State Bank 51 37 Security State Bank 44 44 Peterson. Furniture 43% 44% Coffee Shop „___ 43 45 Honsbruch Drug 41 47 J & K Tavern : 36 52 Rusk Drug 32 56 * Algona Lones 31% 56% Good Samaritan 28 60 High Team Series Cook's Welders _.._. 1 818 High Series Irma Dee Cook 587 High Game Irma Dee Cook 221 Thursday Night Women W Fareway 60 Lindsay ...._ 53 Jungle Room 49 Viking Oil „__ 48% Dairy Queen 1__ 43 V. F .W. 42 Johnson House __... 41 fiverds Bros. 37% Hamms 32 Frederick Hdwe. __ 31% Coast-To-Coast 21% Gambles 21 High Team Series Everds Bros. 2346 High Series Loretta Ditsworth 566 High Game Loretta Ditsworth , 203 Thursday Classic League L 20 27 31 31% 37 38 39 42% 48 48% 58% 59 W L 19 21 29% 33 33 47% 49 52 56 60 Hamms N$>. 2 61 Hamms No. 1 59 Lindsay Soft Water _ 50% Carnation Milk 47 Hub Clothiers 47 Pioneer 32% East End Grocery .._ 31 Gene's Electronics __ 28 Plantation 24 Algona Lanes __. 20 High Teem Series Hamms No. 2 _' _ High Series Bill Klesath __„ 590 Art Ashton 590 High Game Jerry Ferris ..•___ ___LJl.L__ 234 Friday Mixed Doubles League W L Ron & Jack's ._ 61 27 2769 -H-frH-H-H I I I I 1 I 111 I I II l l I I I 1 I I II-H U i I I I I I I | ||i 4-f WE ARE NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR... q Prom Parties fin our "Fountain Room" I! 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