The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on October 28, 1971 · Page 7
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1971
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tied for 1st in conference and »»•*- f M° tb foi into a tie for ,/S.e Trl-State Saturday as they ies to give them |< record and at Jr the title. North? nr over Westmar Joncordia won over JmosVanktonwon 1-7 to give them a fence record and a L record. Bethel fith game in a row g \ 24-0 score. Stern and Westmar Ird fought game and, | rn made use of mistakes to come Westmar fumbled by five times and lasses intercepted. la scoreless first, |l S aw the ball ex- |ds four times andj JSllne stand-by West- I Northwestern had lthe three yard line* town, and could not "fourth down they, (lew goal from the L the missed field Jnar could not move 1 from their own 20 land on fourth down f ball to the West mar' Jlrst down play for |rn, which was the [ay in the second teve Meyllnk ran a rn and the Westmar men fell down which sy for the North-; •quarterback Curt it him with a 49, down pass. The ex-, •was good and the| score was 7-0. On the following klckoff, Westmar's Jim Singleton received the ball on the five yard line and proceeded to run the ball back 95 yards for a touchdown, behind some fine block- Ing to quickly tie the game; up, when the extra point wa&' made. On the next klckoff Northwestern moved the ball to their own 42 yard line where West- mar Intercepted the ball and nine plays later Randy Bev- Ing went over for Westmar and fumbled the ball. The officials said he fumbled the ball before he went over and Northwestern had the ball again on their own 20 yard line. At the half the score was 7-7, and Northwestern kicked off to start the second half. On the second play Westmar fumbled the ball away for the third time in the game and Northwestern had the ball, on the Westmar defense breaking several tackles on the way and scored the go ahead touchdown. The score was 14-7 with only one and a half minutes gone in the third quarter. The ball exchanged hands nine times before Northwestern kicked a field goal with 9:36 left in the fourth quarter. This included two more fumbles by Westmar as they had trouble holding on to the football all afternoon. After the field goal, West- mar ended up with the Wckoff on the 10 yard line and on second down had a pass intercepted on the 21 yard line, Westmar held and Northwestern missed a field goal. West- Conference Standings tern i Conference 3-1 3-1 2-2 2-2 1-2 0-5 Overall 4-3 4-3 2-4-1 4-2-1 1-6 0-6-1 Points Opponents 152 179 127 201 57 46 75 112 107 95 158 238 1C blasts Akron (ill Reinders and lorschner help of a potent |he Maurice-Orange | Bhmen trounced the I Raiders 53-0 last jjy night in the lay game. first quarter the 1 scored without their: n touching the ball fid Hulsart blocked, tl Scott Dunloppicked: 'l carried it the re- m yards to pay dirt. | Econverslon by Lub- Idlgits read HOC 7, I Ichmen scored again £cond play of their [session when Tom fan threw a 33 yard |trlke to Steve Wood-' m lick was again BAkron trailed 14 toi ( i the second quarter J Rooyan scored the' fits four touchdowns By executed 34 yard Rubbers kick failed arents were happy I of 20 to 0. second half Brad |nscored again on a |lt, making the score jte was not finished, [as he scored twice ins covering 9 and •to make the mathe- 39, Akron 0. wrth stanza Tom Van [cored on a 1 yarc is did Evan Peuse, lout the scoring and pets Bethel in nference game Inlay, Oct. 30, in a | game against Bethel I °t St, Paul, the fill play the final con- lime of the season, week's win over i Northwestern took •ence lead, and with f Bethel, the Raiders i the conference •-•"P. l« having a poor year ve won only one con- »rae. Last year the | e re two and six with lr Josses coming at tem 33-7, The o,'» leaders for Bethel " quarterback Dave fullback Robin and end, Steve sading the defense win, perry Johnson, «fens!ve end. Intern has a 4 win d so far this sea- a four game wln- *• H the Raiders stringto five wins, [ win their first TrU Champion^ the final M-OC 53 made 0. The offense was devastating with Brad Van Rooyan picking up 185 yards and Doug De Haan 78 yards. The season long solid defense was led by Todd Surber with 25 defensive points followed by Dunlop, Peuse, and Van Otter- loo with 16, 10, and 10 points respectively. Next week's opponent will be Siouxland Conference rival Sioux Center at Sioux Center. With another strong performance from the Dutchmen victory can be achieved. mar took over on the 20 yard line and Northwestern again intercepted the ball on first down. Northwestern tried to get a first down instead of another field goal and West- mar held. A penalty mo"ed the ball out to the 40 yard line and Westmar moved it to the Northwestern 15 yard line where they had to give up the ball. The Eagles got one more chance to score when they held and the Northwestern punt went to the 40 yard line.. Westmar quickly pa'ssed the ball to the eight* yard line, before being intercepted as time ran out. Two outstanding performances were put In by running backs Randy Beving of Westmar and Steve King of Northwestern. Beving carried the ball' 2G times for 127 yards. King carried the ball 29 times for 114 yards. Overall Westmar had had 277 yards in offense and Northwestern had 257 yards. Concordia stayed tied for the lead in conference play with a 24-14 win over Sioux Falls. Sioux Falls gave Con-, cordia a good game as they went over 300 yards in offense for the first time this year. Concordia had 225 yards in total offense. Concordia opened the scoring with a field goal by quarterback Gary Schultz, in the first quarter. In the second quarter Sioux Falls drove 73 yards and quarterback Mike Garry ran for a touchdown, from 20 yards out on an option play. Concordia came back before the half and scored on a 20 yard pass from Schultz to Mark Mancell. The score at the half was 10-6. In the third quarter Schultz threw his second touchdown pass to John Hilmer for 20 yards to make the score 17-6. Sioux Falls then drove back down the field and Gene Bon- age scored on a three yard 1 run to make the score 17-14.' In the fourth quarter Mancell again scored on a two yard run. Schultz kicked his third extra point of the game to make the final score 24-14. Paul Roth of Concordia who is leading the league in rushing was injured in the game and only had 10 carried for 41 yards. Bonage had 13 carries for 83 yards and Brent De Boer had 19 carries for 70 yards for Sioux Falls, NW Ralderettes edge out Dordt 2-1 On October 18 the Northwestern Girls returned from Sioux Center with a victory se6re of 2-1 In the field hockey bout with Dordt, Bytlt Rerislnk, Junior from Hospers scored one point and Bonnie Burnell, sophomore from North Bablyon, New York scored the other for the Raiders. It was one of the roughest (literally) games the team has played. Their record now stands 2-1-1. Abns Mr. and Mrs. Curt Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Vogel and Chad and Mr. and Mrs. George Vogel, Lance and Loren were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Haack in Rock Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vaniter Wai and four children from [Weatfleld, Nor&ptkota were ' weekend guests* ft the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stander. On Friday evening they were supper guests In the Peter j Van Vugt home. Mrs. Vanderl Wai and Mrs. Stander are, cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan, Mark and Debbie and Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr, visited with Leon Vander Laan near Decor ah, Towa for a few days last week. The birthdays of Leon, Mark and Mrs. Van-. 'der Laan were celebrated Mr. and "Mrs. Elmer Wler-, sema and Mrs. John Wlesema visited In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Bruggen at Lurvern, Minn, on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wabeke visited with Mr. Clarence Holtdorf at Ireton on Tuesday afternoon. Steve King (42) is stopped as he tries to go around right end against Concordla Saturday. Cornle Wassink (61) Is In the foreground. On the right are Mitch Bengard (40) and Dave Relnke (41). CONGRATULATIONS TO Dale Me Donough (24) upends Concordia ball carrier near the line of scrimmage during Saturday's gamp. Stonn Lake noses out Unify High NW 11 119 138 257 6-25-1 7-209 0 20 STATISTICS: WESTMAR 1st downs yds rush yds pass total yds passing punts fumbles lost penalties 13 174 111 285 9-22-3 6-214 4 35 Granville wins fall baseball conference The Spartans from Granville emerged as the Fall champions in baseball in the Quad County Conference, as' they compiled a conference record of 8-1 and an overall record of 16-1. Their only loss was to the Western Christian Indians (Coach Gene Hospers) and it-came after Coach' Jim EllwangeV had guided his Spartans to the State Championship and fourteen consecutive Fall victories without a loss. After fallinT to Western Christian 11-6, Spalding shut out Little Rock 6-0 to close out the season. Finishing behind Granville in the conference wasRemsen St. Mary's with a 7-3 record. Two of those losses were recorded by Spalding and the third loss was a forfeiture to Little Rock. The other conference finishes were as ' follows: Granville Spalding 8-1 Storm Lake St. Mary's captured first place in the Quad County Conference Run held at Sandy Hollow Golf Course at Sioux Center on Thursday, nosing out the defending champ Unity Christian by one point,' 31-32. John Seppel from Storm Lake sped past Unity's Randy Droogin the last stretch of the two mile run to come in first 1 with a time of 10:55. Following Seppel and Droogj w'ere Mike Gibbens (Storm • Lake), 11:08, Marion Gibbens (Storm Lake) 11:11, Paul Kroeze (Unity) 11:12, Harleyl Broek (Unity) 11:15, Ron Sippel (Storm Lake) 11:16, Ken Schnepf (Gehlen) 11:21, Dan Popma (Unity) 11:25, and Ron De Groot (Unity) in 11:26 to close out the first ten places. Unity Christian had never lost before in this event in the four-year history of the Remsen St. Mary's 7-3 Western Christian 6-4 Little Rock 3-5 Storm Lake St. Mary's 2-6 Unity Christian 1-8 conference, and Unity's Loren Visser still holds the record for the course, 10:40, which he recorded as a senior in 1969. Teams and scores in the varsity division were as follows: Storm Lake Unity Christian Le Mars Gehlen Granville Spalding Remsen St,. Mary's Unity Christian captured the J-V division with a minimun. score of 15. Unity Christian, paced by Ted Hengeveld's,first place finish in 11:41, captured the first six places. Finishes in the J-V division were as follows: Unity Christian Remsen St. Mary's Granville Spalding Le Mars Gehlen Storm Lake 15 74 112 145 1751 Don Van Der Weide, C. L. 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