The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 21, 1971 · Page 7
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1971
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Capital Lady Raiders lose final Softball game to Dordt by 9-7 |W rolls over Yankton By Ed Mouw v Dave Meylink's two Howns Northwestern over'vaknton by a score 1.7, The game started I for the Raiders when [ineets Westmar Important erence game College plays lonal rival, West- L the Northwestern field 0P.M. game Saturday. I rent's Day for the Raid- but the game takes BU importance since |ie ams have two wins and loss in conference play. "Stern needs the win ialn In conference con- ihwestern will- try to their win* against mar last year. In that _ the Raiders defeated jmar 38-15. That win was Ider's first victory Dl the Le Mars team, e Raiders are coming off [-fought victory over lion (23-7) and can't af- |lo have a lapse In their irmance. Westmar and western are tied for se..i Trl-State Conference ; with Concordia in the stmar has a record of jiirtns and three losses and Included In their two i a victory over Yank- r a score of 25-7. The irs for Westmar this sea- have been quarterback f Donofrio, halfback Randy ng and two all-conference , Terry Koch and Ron 'er they fumbled the ball on the first play from scrimmage and Yankton recovered the loose ball. Three plays later Yankton's Doug Miller scored on a pass from Doug Cummings. With the extra point, Yankton led, seven to zero. The Raiders were able to move during the first quarter but could not get on the Scoreboard, Northwestern's defense forced Yankton to pass as the Raiders held the Greyhounds to only eight yards rushing the first half. Midway through the second quarter the Raiders got on the scoreboard when Curt Krull hit Dave Meylink on a 29 yard fourth down pass. Norbert Bradley then tied up the game with his extra point kick. In the third quarter the Raiders took the lead when Dave Meylink scored on a brilliantly executed double reverse with guard CornieWas- sink knocking down the last man. A little later In the quarter a Dave Reinke punt was downed on the Yankton halfback In. the end zone for a safety. Neither team was able to score until, with five seconds left, Curt Krull passed five yards to Steve King and Bradley added his third point of the day. This play was set up by a 34 yard interception return by Bob Keyser. Northwestern's defense (turned in on their finer ef- ' forts of the season as they left Yaknton scoreless after the early touchdown. Leading the way on defense were Ken Bahrke, Dave Mey- link, Elwin Van Gorp, Steve Searl, and Wayne Lawrence who all had over 20 defensive points. In addition Wayne Lawrence also intercepted two passes which helped stop Yankton drives. With this win the Raiders moved into the thick of the conference race and now trail only Concordia in the standings. STATISTICS: NW YANKTON 10 1st downs 11 106 yds rush 48 168 yds pass 159 274 total yds 207 8-21-1 passing 16-29-3 8-249 punting 9-332 3 fumbles lost 4 In the final game of the Softball season, Oct. 14, at Orange City, The Lady Raid- ersof NW were taken by Dordt 9-7. Northwestern started strong with homeruns hit by Judy Boom, Mary Ver Steeg, and Joyce Van Beek in the first inning. Van Beek added another hit in the 5th. Carol Garms and Vicky Blrchard Orange City as chipped in with two hits each Monday League-Standings while Mona Krueger hit one. of October 18, i»'u Northwestern made 9 hits to Dordt's 14. Bowling Alley 7-Up DeVrles Kraal K-Products NW Bank Haarsma .Vogel ' Koscot Van Gelder 4 2 3 2 2 0 0 3 1 12 20 17 17 16 15 12 12 12 11 8 Hubers-VE-D 1 7 Wells 1 6 High Game-Fritz Haarsma- 193. High Serles-Marlys Rlchter- 479. Everybody can talk, but few can talk to the point. In thinking It all over, I am surprised that I am alive and eager. Nothing drives out the little. The most valuable years are worries like a big worry, between 20 and 30. Ass'n. 15 penalties 85 NW women win ; field hockey game over- Westmaf 2-1 On October 13 the Northwestern Women's field hockey team defeated Westmar 2-1. Sharon Ubben from Buffalo Center, who played right Inner, scored one of North western's points 'and Karen De Jong, Freshman center forward, scored the other. Westmar's point was driven in by EaVon Almquist. The Lady Raider now have a 1-1 record for the season. 1-N.Y. Life Insurance 2-Clark Real Estate 3-John's Upholstering 4-Alton Premium Feed 5-Hulsman Gravel 6-O.C. Builders 7-Siouxland Harvestore 8-Punt-Cambier 9-Wells' Blue Bunny 1 f\ 13r\n*c T)GGt) ROCK Hi'gh ?ame?-L P arry Schleffer- 2il; Frank DeVries-213-210, Jim Vermeer-200. High Series - Frank De Vries -594. Tuesday League-standings as of October 18, 1971. Wins 44 42 36 34 32 32 28 26 24 22 M-OC bombs George By Phil Relnders and Jay Dorschner The Maurice Orange City Dutchmen streaked to their fourth straight victory and fifth of the season Friday night when they trounced George 47 to 12. The Dutchmen opened the scoring in the first quarter after a pass Interception. They moved 44 yards capped off by a 15 yard option pass from Brad Van Rooyan to Scott Dunlop for the touchdown. Randy Lubbers kicked the extra point to make the score 7 to OwithM-OC in the drivers seat. The Dutchmen scored again on their next possession by driving 55 yards for a six- pointer. Brad Van Rooyan scored it on a streaking 35 ilrj t i State Conference football N Oct. lil r Laant ,s Iron I irtW | vloss, Van' Brat Eis: ! battle for the cham- i in the Tri-State Con- was thrown into a way tie last weekend' Westmar and North- i picking up their win and Concordia Bring their first loss. The K teams are now 2-1 In Conference standings. ordia's loss came from Isbury College, a team I not won a game this. The final score was (Isbury 42-Concordia 24. first quarter of the started out like Con- was going to have a H afternoon when Paul Roth ] 82 yards won a running i for a touchdown on the I play from scrimmage. [extra point was missed J score was 6-0. Phills- J came back and drove the i of the field and scored s a 7-6 lead. Concordia i went down the field and I on a pass from Mark :ell to Ross which game 2-7 lead. j the second quarter Man- |hlt Mark Wuerfell for his touchdown pass and fcordla led 18-7. Phills- jf scored to make it 18-14. Jnext time Concordia got •ball they went the length pe field and Ross scored I third touchdown of the on a running play gve Concordia a 24-14 the ball on their own 38 yard line and moved it to the West- mar 38 yard line before giving the ball up on fourth down. Randy Bevlng and Carl Durr then .took turns as they each carried the ball four times and went 62 yards with Durr going over from the four yard line. Following the Wckoff, Sioux Falls was forced to punt on fourth down and Jim Singleton returned the punt 43 yards to give Westmar a 13-0 lead. After the ball changed hands several times Westmar punted deep into Sioux Falls territory and Sioux Falls fumbled on the five yard line and Singleton fell on the ball for Westmar. Randy Beving took it over for Westmar on the next play and Westmar led 20-0. That was the last that the Westmar first team offense would be on the field as the second unit offense went in on the'Tast series before the half and then started the third School Conference Northwestern 2-1 Westmar 2-1 Bethel 1-1 Yankton 1-2 Sioux Falls 0-4 quarter, Sioux Falls kicked off to start the third quarter and Westmar was forced to punt on fourth down. Sioux Falls fumbled on the second play, on their own 30 yard line. Four plays later, which included a loss, Charles Clark went 32 yards for a touchdown, to make the score 27-0. Following the kickoff, West- mar intercepted a Sioux Falls pass on their third play and in 10 plays Clark scored again, this time from the 1 yard line. This ended the scoring for the Eagles, who used their team offense and defensive units the rest of the game. On the next series following the kickoff, Sioux Falls went 79 yards In 15 plays and scored on a 23 yard pass from quarterback Mike Garry to Jim Norberg. Bethel lost a nonconference game to Eureka College, Eureka, Illinois by a 21-0 score ,for their fifth loss of the sea- 'son against one win, which was over Sioux Falls. Opponents 98 68 91 134 88 210 yard run. Randy Lubbers kicked the extra point to make the score 14 to 0 with the Dutchmen holding all the marbles. Another Dutchmen drive starting at the end of the first resulted in a touchdown at the start of the second quarter, when Brad Van Rooyan scored on a 12 yard run. The pass for the two point conversion failed and M-OC led 20 to 0. This also was the reading at the end of two stanzas. George was forced to punt on its first possession. The punt was blocked and M-OC took over at the Bluejay 3 yard line. On the first play Brad Van Rooyan drove across for the touchdown which was followed by Lubbers extra point kick. This now made 27-0 with M-OC holding the upper hand. George had double trouble because on their next possession they were forced to punt again and it was partially blocked by Kevin Kroeze. The Dutchmen took over on the George 16 yard line. A few plays later Brad Van Rooyan scored his third touchdown on a 13 yard run. Lubbers kicked the extra point and now the... Blue jays were shutout 34 tbO. George broke the Ice in the fourth quarter on an 18 yard run by Mike Timmerman. The pass for the extra points failed and George trailed 37 to 6. The Dutchmen came back after Steve Woodard returned the kickoff to the George 35 yard line. After his kickoff return Woodard caught a 25 yard pass to set up the final Dutchmen score. It came on 9 yard pass from Tom Van Rooyan to Scott Dunlop. Lubbers added the extra point and the score read MOC 41 George 6. The final George touchdown came at the close of the final quarter on a 2 yard run by Timmerman to make the final score M-OC41 George 12. 1-Coast to Coast 2-Farm Bureau Ins. 3-Woudstra Market 4-MoorMans 5-Sioux Abstract 6-Bowling Alley 7-Al's Floor Covering 8-O.C. Appliance 9-Mouw's Super Valu 10-N.W. State Bank High Games-Arlin Klein-238; Gary Van Ravensway-200- 204; Wilbur Harmelink-204; Jack Mantel-202; Pete Jeltema-201; Leroy Bras-200. High Series-Arlyn Katje-564. 42 40 40 38 38 38 36 20 16 12 Thursday League-Standings as of October 14, 1971. 1-Russell's Ready Mix 36 2-Vogel Paint & Wax 34 3-Orange Motors 32 4-R & R Performance 26 5-Kreykes True Value 20 6-Silent Sioux 20 High Game-Ollie Van Citters -216. High Series-Con Katje-528. Women's Bowling Orange City Womens League Oct. 13, 1971. Total Wins Wins YOU'RE A RAY OF HOPE Show you really care. Give the United Way. The aged, needy, homeless of our community look to you for support and understanding. Don't let them down. League Super Valu Woudstra 4 3 22 21 Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Savings Accounts — Home Improvement Loans « Travel Checks Checking Accounts ~ Personal Loans — Safe Deposit Business Loans -- Farm Loans — Auto Loans Rushing Att. Yds. B. V Rooyan 15 114 D. De Haan 21 74 Defensive Points Peuse.. . Rowenhorst Dunlop Kroeze Surber Ave 7.6 3.5 A TOT 8 12 12 Northwestern Sfafe Banlc A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F.DJ.C. 8-HOUR BUTZ- Man., 1- DUTCH AUCTION WE WIU OPEN AT 1 p. nt. PRICES DROP EVERY HOUR Overall 3-3 2-3-1 2-3-1 1-5 3-2-1 0-5-1 Points 151 136 120 57 175 32 MOC GEORGE 8 First downs 5 219 yards rushing 55 45 yards passing 9 264 total yards 64 3-10 passing 1-12 2 passes inc. by 0 3-25.0 punts 7-29.2 1 fumbles lost 0 65 yds. penalized 62 IS ne eds plsbury scored again ) the half and the half) score was 24-21. jlter the high scoring first k Phillsbury came out in J second half and stopped I Concordia offense while ! up a touchdown in the quarter and two more , fourth quarter to give J a 42-24 win. fc loss made Concordia |ln conference play and 3-3 "» season. a Northwestern Red Rai- Plcked up their second pence win and third win " ow which evened their record at 3-3 with a win over Yankton, The > U almost the same as Westmar win over Yankton .week which was 25-7. I estmar College picked up second win in a row and their second win in con- nee play as they won over Jess Sioux Falls 34-6, 6 Eagles found it rough I «the start of the game Sioux Falls took the open, off and marched the the field and scored yard run that was a back on a holding pen* ['h.»° more losses moved [tailback to the 50 yard I faSioiw Falls had to we ball, I«stn»p on their flrst was penalized and then Moss and had to punt a1 . 1 away, it fa* three h, «> get the ball away pestmar was penalized on " ,„ up with RAIDERS vs Westmar Saturday Oct. 23 1:30 p.m. GAME TIME NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE FIELD ADMISSION; Adults, $8,00 jr. High thru Collage, $1.00, Ut thru 6th, 5W Suits & Sport Coats Price $n every Drops L hour Men's Double Knit Slacks Price $i every Drops i hoar Men's All Weather Top Coats Price drops $ 1 every hour Men's Dress Shirts Price drops 50* every hour Plus special sale racks and tables WHERE STYLE BEGINS TELEPHONE 787,4884 113 CENTRAL AVENUE S,E, - ORANOE CITY, IOWA 51041 THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, THURSDAY, October 21,1911-7

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