The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on November 18, 1971 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1971
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NW places 8 on tiff-conference The Northwestern Red Raider football team claimed the Trl-State Conference title with a 4-1 record and placed eight players on the All-Conference team selected by the 3 lettermen return to T-Sirds 1C 2nd in conference The Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen put together a six game winning streak en route to a highly successful seven victory and two-loss season. The only losses of the season were to Slouxland Conference champion Boyden- Hull, by a score of 12 to 6, and to Hartley by a score of 24 to 22. n Saturday's scrimmage between the Unity varsity mlor varsity Dan Plulm (far left) was shot while ling. To his left Harley Broek. Dan Broek, center, Lying the brakes as Kim Dooyema moves In. At fight is Mark De Vrles. In finishing second In the Conference the Dutchmen played better offense and defense than the previous year. Standout performers Included Doug De Haan and Brad Van Rooyen in the rushing department with 765 yards and 638 yards respectively. This more than doubles last year's leader who had 357 yards. On defense Evan Peuse led the team with 154 defensive points. This is outstanding because last years' leader had only 87 points. The defense held the opponents to only 9.3 points per game while the offense scored at a 33.0 clip. The defense allowed only 124.9 yards per game while the Dutchmen were rolling up 274.7 yards per game. The season produced All- Conference players Brad Van Rooyen, Scott Dunlop, Steve Woodard, and Evan Peuse. Honorable mention players were Kevin Kroeze.RayRaak, Jim Rowenhorst and Darrell Van Ravenswaay. Again this year, as in the past, Floyd Valley has a varsity basketball team composed of 10 players. Of the 10 players this year only 3 are previous letter winners. Two of the three were starters on last years team which compiled a record of 18 wins and 3 losses. These two are MarvSchlpper, who was the leading scorer on last year's team, and Mark Van Roekel, who was the lead- Ing rebounder and second leading scorer for last years T-Birds. Keith Rensink, also a letterman last year, was one of the first replacements. Graduation hit the T-Birds hard as it took the services of Tom Smith and John Blom, both two year starters, Paul Adkins, who started as senior, as well as some good reserve power from DennisHofmeyer, Lauren Van Roekel, Stan Van Wyk and Les Cleveringa. Presently the T-Birds are trying to find the right con- binatlon to go along with Van Roekel, a two year letterman, and Schlpper. Included in those fighting it out for the 3 remaining starting positions are Keith Rensink a 6' senior; Bob Van Gelder, a 6'2" senior; juniors Include 6' Doug Becker, 6'2" Tom Dd Jong, 6' Dale Karssen, 5'10" Dave Katt, and 5' 11" Nolan Palsma; and 1 sophomore G'5" Phil Moss. At 6'5" Moss will be the tallest T-Bird In many years since Darwin De Vries graduated In 19GG and later starred at Northwestern. Floyd Valley will open the season with a home contest on November 23 which will be played at the Northwestern College auditorium. Season tickets are now on sale and may be purchased at the high school building in Alton or either of the attendance centers at Hospers or NewWrk. Floyd Valley Basketball Schedule Varsity-Junior Varsity Nov. 23 Spalding Nov. 26 Marcus Nov. 30 Ro ? k Valley Dec. 3 Sioux Center Dec. 4 Maurice-O. City Dec. 10 Central Lyon Dec. 17 Remsen (SM) Jan. 7 Spalding Jan. 11 George Jan. 18 Rock Valley Jan. 21 Unity Jan. 25 Sutherland Feb. 1 Hull Western Feb. 8 Boyden-Hull Feb. 12 West Sioux Feb. 15 M. Orange City Feb. 18 Unity Feb. 21 -23-24 State Sectional Tournament Home (Sioux Center) Home (M-Orange City) Home (N.W. College) Home (N.W. College) Home (Sioux Center) There There There There There Here (N.W. College) There Here (Sioux Center) Here (Sioux Center) Here (Dordt College) There There conference football coaches. First team selections on offensive are: Cornle Wassink, junior from Sioux Center, guard; Dave Relnke, junior from Rock Valley, end; Dave Maylink, senior from Orange City, back; and Steve King, senior from Orange City, back. Both DaveMeyllnk and Steve King were selected for the third time. This season King toppled the school rushing record for 1156 yards with a 5.0 average and King returned 14 punts for 96 yards with a 6.8 average. He also led the scoring with 13 touchdowns and 78 points. Meyllnk caught 23 for 548 yards a 23.8 average, returned 5 kick offs for 137 yards, a 27.4 average and 6 punts for 60 yards (12.0 average). On defensive All-Conference selections are: Kelvin Korver, senior from Irving, Texas, end; Ray Neville, sophomore Clarinda, tackle; Steve Searl, senior, Clarinda, linebacker; and Wayne Lawrence, junior, Rlngwood, New Jersey, halfback. Korver was also a third time selection. Wayne Lawrence tied a Raider record by intercepting 7 passes for 113 yards with a 16.2 average. Receiving honorable mention by All Conference are: Jim Johnson, senior, Orange City, Offensive tackle; Curt Krull, sophomore, Rock Rapids, Quarterback; Ken Bah- NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE 1971-72 Basketball Schedule Nov. Jan Feb 24 4 7 10 13 18 29 30 . 5 8 14 15 19 22 25 27 29 . 4 5 11 12 18 19 22 23 Wayne State Simpson College Dakota Wesleyan Unl. Doane South Dakota State Augustana College Central College Wartburg Coolege Dana College Briar Cliff College Westmar College Concordla College Dordt College Yankton College Briar Cliff College Midland College Sioux Falls College Westmar College Bethel College Bethe 1 ! College Concordia Yankton College Sioux Falls College Dordt College Dana College Home Home There Home There There There There There Home There Home Home There There There There Home Home There There Home Home There Home rke, Iowa, Reinke, Me Donough named co-captains of 72 football team Dave Reinke, Junior from Rock Valley, and Dale Me Donough, Junior from Schaller, have been elected 1972 Northwestern Red Raider football Co-Captains. Defensive Half back; Tom Anderson, Cleghorn, Iowa, Offensive End. Reinke is a transfer student from Augustana and received All Conference honors this season. He is the leading flanker and pass receiver and plays tight end for the Raiders. Me Donough is a two year letterman who plays defensive corner back for the Raiders. The trouble with most of us is that we won't face the facts. Sad to relate, even the word progress has been worn thin. ylink, King lost valuable 1 ' new gas rai (with self cleaning oven) iMeylink and Steve p Orange City seniors Red Raider's 1971 Co- I, were selected as the tillable players for the Isonv-' '•'• y-'^j Ki -~ -•'• Ik has had four.sea- t a regular flanker [played defensive half- I a sophomore Meylink frst team District NAIA I. He holds theNorth- Ipass receiving record |9l>9 Meylink.lead the i punt returns with a it was a new record A Colleges. Last sea- Mink led the team in feceiving, punt return , kickoff return aver- was second in the . race. This season |s and returned 5 kick- 137 yards. He re- i punts for 60 yards. the third time for the All- Conference Team. Steve King, who has played 4 seasons as a regular halfback, has been the leading nisher "on* the squad and also has the best rushing average. King smashed the school record, this season, with 1156 yards rushing for 5.0 yards average. He returned 14 punts. He also lead the team in scoring with 13 touchdowns for 78 points. He was selected for the third time for All -Conference. "Dave and Steve have played in every game for four consecutive years," said Coach Korver. They have leadership ability as well as athletic ability. They have played outstanding football for North- ~The Red Raider football team won their first Tri-State Conference Title this season. 3-Orange Motors . 48 4-R & R Performance 40 5-Silent Sioux ™ 6-Kreykes True Value 32 High Series-Dale DeGoei-530 High Scores-Dale De Goel 200, 203. Orange City Womens League Nov. 10, 1971. (It's neater.) It's loaded with work-saving features, like burners- with-brains, programmed cooking, keep warm ovens. So isn't it about time you replaced your old gas range with a new gas range? Gas.The Premium Fuel. Wins Wins *$ City Bowling Ass'n. j League Standings as |mber 15, 1971 Real Estate | Life Insurance ;s Upholstering inan Gravel i Premium Feed ps Blue Bunny I Builders Bland Harvestore I Gambler I's Deep Rock Irles-John VanderStelt |gh Games-Dennis Van- Ete-222; Tony Verdoorn Don GuthmiUer-210; J Vander Vegte-204; fander Stelt-202j Darn Ravenswaay-200. .; League standings as pber 16, 1971 Wins to Coast 70 ng Alley 58 i- Mans 58 Nra Market 56 T Bureau Ins, 52 f Abstract 52 I Floor Covering 52 •w's Super Valu 34 Appliance 26 '. State Bank 22 ierles-Harlan De Jong J lgh Games-Don Post^ *lyn Katje-223 Rog , 8-282; Dave" Van N-221 * 810; Dave '•221; Harlan De Jong- Bill Muilenburg-210j -lark-210; Lee Woud- N League standings as fember 11, 1971 wtas *& 'n. as Ins 60 58 58 50 46 44 42 42 42 38 YT Bowling Alley Super Valu Woudstra 7 -Up Kraal NW Bank De Vries Haarsma Vogel K-Products Koscot Van Gelder Hubers-VE-D Wells High Game -Fritz 245 iua " 4 1 4 1 3 1 1 n 33 31 on ~^ *^^* *^^ 27 26 — t>v qe Zt> 01 21 21 on 6\J 1Q i. y in I f 1*i i j 1 n 12 11 \j * • Haarsma- tiaara t\a- fJorthern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving Natural Gas to your local gas company Red Raiders WAYNE Wed., Nov. 24 Game at 7:30 Prelim game at 5:30 Adults $2.00 Students (7th & up). $1.00 1 st thru 6th 500 p re-school Free College Auditorium Door Prizes 2 Turkeys H gh series-Fritz 553 Chmh league Volleyball r-~ « Ready Mix pi Paint & Wax 54 ""~ ' 52 who don't. fc PHOTOGRAPH ast' Wins Hank Jonker Cliff Oolman Orville Kroeze Bernle Fedders Middleburg College Profs Alton Bob Van Gelder Calvary Christian Newklrlf American Gary Te Grotenhuis Dover Alliance Rick Roos Jerry Wielenga Wise men learn from fools, but fools never learn from wise men. J Beautiful 5" by 7" Enlarged Vignette PORTRAIT OF YOUR CHILD Age Limit-one month to seven year* ...or group of children provided one is under V 7 years old. Wed. t Nov. 24 —10 a.m. to 5p.m. No Coupon—No Entry Fee —No Handling Charge! Dress your children in their Sunday Best and bring them to our store. You will receive absolutely FREE one beautiful 5" x 7" enlarged portrait of your child (or children — provided one is under 7 years old). There's no appointment necessary. And remember, there is No Charge—and No Obligation to purchase. Your only obligation is to see proofs at the time specified when the pbojo it taken. MOUW'S ® Register for FREE Kirby vacuum cleaner, ^ THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, November 18, Wl- 7 5

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