The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 14, 1971 · Page 9
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1971
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Capital M-OC stumps West Lyon 47-12 iders outclass Sioux Falls By Ed Mouw wber 9, the North- ned Raiders travel- i UX Falls to play Sioux College. The Raiders ly outclassed the floux Falls squad and with a 55 to 6 Haiders started fast i scored 28 points In t quarter. The first Imp when ChuckKleln- freshman from ran for four yards Ibert Bradley, junior Inox, kicking the con- After a Sioux Falls [Orangp City's RB, scored from nine !'after Curt Krull hit I'elnke on a 10 yard scoring pass, and still in the 1st quarter, Krull tossed another touchdown pass. Tom Anderson was the receiver from 13 yards out. The Raider defense, meanwhile,, was holding Sioux Falls scoreless through the first half. Northwestern "scored a touchdown in both the second and third quarters with King scoring both of them on a pair of five yard runs. After each of the first six scores Norbert Bradley kicked the extra point. Sioux Falls also scored In the third quarter after a 40 yard run.. The Raiders used their reserves for much of the last half, and in the last quarter, they scored twice. Gaylord Schelllng threw a 11 yard pass to Dave Hector for one score, and the other camp on a two yard run by Jerry Brown. Another good performance was turned in by senior halfback, Steve King, as he ran for 128 yards on 21 carries and scored 3 touchdowns. The defense was again led by freshman linebacker, Elwin Van Corp. Wayne Lawrence also turned in a good performance as he recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass. Throughout the game the Raiders pass defense wastremen- douw as they held Sioux Falls to only one yard passing. This week the Raiders hope to do as well against a tougher opponent when they meet Yankton on the home field in an afternoon contest. By Phil Reinders & Jay Dorschner The Dutchmen defeated Central Lyon 47-12 last Friday In a game that saw M-OC's defense, « led by Dave Hulsart, Evan Peuse and Larry Wlelenga -- force six Wildcat turnovers. The two Wildcat TD.'s were held off Raiders will meet Yankton Sat. at home girls tie Dordt in field hockey 5- NW 17 195 182 377 14-31-1 176 day, October 4th, the iders took on the «fenderettes for the •Id hockey game of the Hand ended it in a 1-1 goal was scored by Iwieranga who hails 1 Holland, Michigan, festern's goal was n by the offensive line. flfensive line includes: Selnsma, junior from Idly and Donna Allen, Inn from Akron, Iowa, i the wing positions; bbben, sophomore juffalo Center and By rla 5t junior fromHospers, Mown the "inner" po- and Karen De Jong, a in from Hock Rapids, .western's defensive |are: FranBeukelman, i from Corsica , South „, Judy Fowke, soph- BlromSchenectady.New .Rachel Somsen, soph- |from Orange City, Bon- rnell, sophomore from [Babylon, New York; Frolkey, junior from Sutherland; and BethSiderius, junior from Boyden, All share the responsibility of manning the three halfback positions while -Manila Fick, senior from Quimby, and Ruth Burggraff, junior from Boydpn hold down the two fullback positions. The goalie is Judy Engeltjes, senior from P.iul- lina. Only eleven players arp allowed in the gamp, which is played in two thirty minute halves. The rules state that except for injuries no substitutions can be made until half timo. Bonnie Burnell, has been doing an outstanding job of squad. Almost the entire team is green in competitive field The Lady Raiders were defeated in their second game of the season by a score of 4-1, the Sioux* Falls Womnn's Field Hockey team rolled over the Raiders with scores by Linda Potter, Joyce Jefson, and 2 by Marily Peterson. Northwestern's single score was made by Karen De Jong, freshman from Rock Rapids. STAT. 1st downs yds. rushing yds passing total yds passing punts fumbles lost yds penalty SF 5 131 1 132 3-14-1 11-333 3 55 The Raiders opponent on Oct. 16th In a 1:30 game on the Raider's home field will be Yankton College. Yankton is the defending champion In the Tri-state Conference. This year the Greyhounds have won three games, lost one and tied one. They were upset last week by Westmar by a 24-7 score. Northwestern will try to gain revenge for a 41-7 loss to Yankton last year. The Raiders seem to be improving with the offense. The defense playing is also more consistent. There Is better blocking and fewer yards are being allowed. The Raiders need to win this game in order to stay in the thick of the conference race. Leading the way for Yank ton is Les Goodman, who was one of the nation's leading rushers last year and has rushed for over 700 yards this year. Other Greyhound players to watch are defensive back Wendell Wilson, linebacker Sam Cooper, and guard, Joo Sendejar,who were all-conference selections last year. until the final quarter. In the first quarter Van Ravenswaay picked up a Wildcat fumble on the 10 yard line and ran It In for 6. Randy Lubbers kicked the point after and the score was 7 to 0. Then Wlelenga Jumped on a loose ball and the offense scored again. QB Tom Van Rooyan lofted a 37 yard pass for a touch down to Todd Surber and Lubbers point after made the score 14-0. Then after a hard West Lyon offensive try they kicked and the Dutchmen went to work on their own 5-yard line. After two strong drives, HB Brad Van Rooyen quick- kicked on the third down and put the West Lyon offense to work on their own 15-yard line. On the first offensive play the Dutchmen defense forced another fumble and Ray Raak jumped on it. The Dutchmen ran two plays from scrimmage and the first quarter ended 14-0. Brad Van Rooyen then • charged 3 yards and 6 points. The two point conversion was a successful pass from Van Rooyen to Scott Dunlop. Lubbers kicked off and the Wildcats were on the offense on their own 39-yard line. Larry Wlelenga picked off a West Lyon pass and scored 6. Lubbers kick again was good. Then after hard combat Steve Woodard made a diving Interception. After a strong drive was underway the Dutchmen lost the football on the 40 yard line. The defense, not to be over run, forced another fumble and Darrel Van Raavensway jumped on his second loose ball of the game as the half- ended 29-0. More determined defensive plays In the third quarter from both teams continued until Dutchman Doug De Haan squeezed In from the one yard line and the point after attempt by Randy Lubbers failed. The score now read M-OC up by 35 to 0. As the fourth quarter started, H.B. Hoogaveen had a strong 17-yard run and hit pay dirt for the Wildcats. The pass for the point after failed. He also scored on a 64 yard run and again the point after failed. As the aggressive Dutchmen substitutes came In they were not to be denied. They scored two TD's and showed an explosive offense. The sub. defense held the West Lyon offense to a minimum. The game ended 47-12. As the Dutchmen rode back to O.C. you can be sure the players were thinking of next week's game here with George. George lost to Boyden-Hull and should show the Dutchmen they are stiff competition for all. Local £ F-V wins 5th, downs Central Lyon Clark-208 and De Jong-205, 201: Hirlan Orange City Bowlinj Assn. Mn.ndiy Leagup-StunrllnKs as of October 11. 1971, Wins 1-N.Y. Lifp Insuranro 38 2-Clark Raal K.statp 3-John's Upholsterins 4-Hulsm?.n Gravel 5-Alton Premium Fcprl G-Slou<land Hirvostor.s 7-O..C. Bulldprs 8-Punt-Cambier 9-Ron's Dopp Rock 10-W?lls» Blue Bunny High Series-Jerry Ferrell 59." High Games-Over 200: Boh Van F.ngen-225; Con Katje- 222; Jerry Ferrell-203; Ken 3G 34 30 28 20 20 24 20 18 Stale Conference football |e were just three r ..., _ I in the Tri State Mice on Saturday be- the six conference The games were liming games for the phool and they all lost Jomocoming game. Ibiggest surprise to al- Rveryone was the 25-7 [Westmar over Yaknton i them each a 1-1 re- n the conference stand- t was the first win of ison for the Eagles and loss for the Grey- :ordla took over the lead ! conference standings 2-0 record as they I across town to ruin homecoming by a :ore. western scored 28 In the first quarter len coasted to a 55-6 1 over the Sioux Falls ! to spoil the Braves ioming. r eliminated the few ies they have been mak- i game and with a de- Jthat only let Yankton I the ball into Westmar three times the . B picked up their j»ln of the season. Yank- Bso had the ball In West- frrltory two other times them coming when r punts did not go > Yankton side of the |0ae of them was a punt Piled up on the West| 5 yard line and when the "' held for thro.- plays, tried a rield goal [was blocked by Ron >f for the Eagles. Itmar opened the scoring 1« yard field goal by [Johannsen and on Yank- |seconri play from s following the kick- iy Johnson picked "iWe and ran It In for town to make the score 6 next series following Mdown, Yankton's out- offensive back Les fan was injured and may 'or the season. Without I In the game, Yank- |rishlng offense was al- completely stopped by fs'e defense and finished * with only 54 yards in the airtheYank- erback Doug Cumro- PS only able to complete . passes and had 2 ed for a total of 100 luding an eight yard. 'George Schamerhprn *cond quarter for their ' kept the tell pn almost all alter- 61 * WQ running d Cart were opened up in the Yankton defense by fine blocking on the part of the Eagles offensive line. Bevingended the scoring for the Eagles with a 04 yard run in the fourth quarter. Eagle Quarterback Phil Donofrlo only threw 13 timos in the gamo. He had yard pass play. In the second quarter Concordia with Gary Schultz as quarterback and MirkM;in- cell, their other quarterback running at a halfback position, scored two touchdowns to take a 12-0 halftlme lead. Muncell scored first on a one yard Tuesday League-Standings as of October 11, 1971. Wins 1-Farm Bureau Ins, 38 2-Moor Mans 36 3-Coast to Coast 35 4-Al's Floor Covering 34 5-Woudstra Market 32 C-Sioux Abstrat 32 7-Bowling Alley 30 8-Mouw's Super Valu 16 9-O C, Appliance 14 10-N..W, State Bank 12 High Series-Pete Jeltema-585 High Games-Over 200: Pete Jeltems-228; BillMullenburg -225; Dnve Van Peursem-224; Arlyn Katje-211, Thursday League-Standings as of October 7, 1971. Wins 1-Vogel Paint & Wax 32 2-Russell's Ready Mix 32 3-0:-ange Motors 30 4-R & R Performance 20 5-Kreykes True Value 16 6-Silent Sioux 14 High Gamfi-Dwaine Vander Vegte 202 High Series-Dwaine Vander Vegte 514. iimos i" nit; B*- 111 1 "• **^ " *•* **~—~ ~ — four completions, including a -run and then scored again on . ' .... i « on ,*n»*H nncc frnm fip.nmtz. 20 yard pass in the end zone to Neil Eckhoff. Johannsen also kicked a 25 yard field goal for the Eagles in the fourth quarter. Concordia picked up their second conference win with a 25-6 Victory over Bethel. Bethel dropped to 1-1 in conference standing. Bethel opened the scoring in the first quarter when quarterback Dave Pearson hit halfback Mark Wood for a 39 a 20 yard pass from Schultz. In the fourth quarter Concordia again scored on two five yard runs both by Paul Roth. Schultz made his only extra point attempt on the last try to make the final score 25-6. Sioux Falls had trouble handling the ball in the first quarter and Northwestern opened up a 28-0 lead in the first quarter, to pick up their first conference win, 55-6. BOWLING Floyd Valley downed Central Lyon 14 to 0 in their fifth consecutive victory and the third straight contest the defense has held the oppos- tlon scoreless. Although plauged with penalties, in a gamn than was primarily defensive, the T-Birds managed two scoring drives. The first camo to a climax with 6:29 left in the first quarter when Doug Becker ran from 10 yards out to put the first six points on the Scoreboard. On the attempt for the two point conversion, Phil Moss snagged a pass from quarterback Dale Karssen to bring the score to a total of eight. The second and final score of the game came with 2:25 left in the second quarter after three unsuccessful attempts, less than one yard from pay dirt. Doug_Becker plunged through the wall of defenders to bring the score up another six points which made the score 14-0, The Central Lyon offense threatened to score several timps, but were stopped each timn by the scrappy T-Bird defensive unit. Leading the unit J were Cliff Morren and Doug Becker, each in on 18 tackles. Paul Van Roekel also contributed his efforts on 12 tackles. The next game will be October ?.RsiRalnstHartleyatHart- li'V. 'I mitt time will be 7:00, The T-mrds will be trying for their sixth victory and an undefeated season. Yds. Car D. Becker 98 G. Schfpper 31 12 55 30 4 67 5-18-1 80 14 14 No, Yards Passes Penalized Score at half Final Score .M-OC WL 12 1st Downs 9 223 yds. rushing 172 79 yds passing 0 302 Total yards 172 4-7 passing 0-4 2 Passes 0 5-37.2 Punts 3-30.3 1 Fumbles lost 4 20 Yds. Pen. 20 NW girls softball team whips Dordt On Tuesday, October 5, the Northwestern girls won a- galnst Sioux Center by a score of 22-13. Cindy Fliss, Northwestern's 3rd baseman from Everly had four hits with one homo run. Joyce Van Seek, from Pollock, South Dakota played left field and chipped in to help the scoring with three hits and a home run. Mary Ver Steeg, senior from Sioux Center pitched and Judy Boom 55 from Lester, Iowa caught for 0-8-3 the Lady Raiders. The teams 45 next game will be against 0 Dordt at Orange City's Com- 0 munity Field, Thursday, October 14, at 4:00 P.M. Sunday dinner guests In Hie norne of Mr, and Mrs, William Van Klompenberg were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bloemendaal from Edgerton and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hulsman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kleln.- wolterlnk of Sheldon had a birthday dinner on Sunday In honor of their daughter, Diane. Guests Included Mr. Bill Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Don Vander Stoep and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hlnk and family from Sioux Falls and Mr. Lester Plender from Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hop, Sandy and Cindy from Baldwin, Wisconsin were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Vugt. The ladies are cousins. Mrs. Henry De-Kraay and Miss Helen Rozeboom left on Wednesday for Ottumwa where Miss Rozeboom will visit her brother who is ill and Mrs. De Kraay will visit with her son and family, the Dr. Warren De Kraay's. Mr. andMrs.HermanMoret met their daughter, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Eyres in Sioux Falls on Monday. From there they will drive to New Jersey to visit with the Eyres' daughter. The Morel's also celebrated theii 55th anniversary on Sunday. M-OC DUTCHMEN vs GEORGE Fri., Nov.15 R. Van Wyk D. Katt P. Moss J. V. Pol 23 11 5 10 5 1 Ave. 4.3 2.8 2.4 5.5 6.0 4.0 NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE FIELD Gome Time: 7:30 p.m. Admission: Adults Grade &H.S. 50 C 4th grade and below free if accompanied by an adult admission. School Conference Bethel 1-1 Concordia 2-0 Northwestern 1-1 Sioux Falls 0-3 Westmar 1-1 Yankton 1-1 Overall 1-4 3-2 2-3 0-4-1 1-3-1 3-1-1 Points 57 127 113 20 80 108 Ooponents '113 50 Gl 18G 85 G5 Wins Totals 3 18 3 16 3 16 4 15 1 14 2 14 1 13 0 12 3 12 0 10 3 9 1 6 1 G 2 5 High Game-LeAnn Jager 195 High Series-Geneva Korver 509 Woudstra Super Valu Bowling Alley 7-Up De Vries Kraal K-Products Haarsma NW Bank Koscot Vogel Hubers Van Gelder Wells TRIPLE PLAY big holes that VS Yankton Saturday Oct. 16 1:30 p.m. GAME TIME NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE FIELD ADMISSION; Adults, $2,00 Jr. High thru College, $1,00, lit thru 6th, 500 HUBERS VAN ENGELENHOVEN DOORNINK FOR INDEPENDENT INSURANCE SERVICE 110 - OBAHOe CITY

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