The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 9, 1971 · Page 7
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December 9, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

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-OC wilts v** wins F-V tolls against M-OC _... «.._j—_ tor the T-Blrds led 46 to liders take Simpson . Northwestern Red Ire ran over the Slmp- lollege Redmen 89-73 In lorond game of the sea- I °° n th.early going the Irs shot poorly and several easy lay-ups. er NW controlled the Is and managed to get text several easy buckets Ll into an early lead. ErRogKempersandJlm fstra lapsed Into foul lie Harry Vander Pol and iTownsend came In to L the team. With Town- ileadtngtheway.theRald- Llled ahead-at the end |e first half to a 49-35 Ithe second half NW rac- lout to a 26 point mar- gin as they scored 12 straight points, six of them by Greg Bosch. After this the Raiders were never In trouble, but 5 of the Raiders ended up with 4 or more fouls called against them. For the second time this season Gregg Bosch led the team In scoring as he hit 27 points. Dave Aalbers and Jim Woudstra each hit In the dou- ble figures as they scored 18 and 17 points respectively. Bosch and Woudstra led the Raiders In rebounds as Gregg snagged 13 and Jim got 11. Northwestern won the game on the boards as NW picked off 60 rebounds while Simpson could manage only 35. Northwestern hit 37 of 80 shots for 46%. Simpson was hitting 24 of 54 shots for " Knights top Akron By Paul De Jong The Akron Red Raiders lost to Unity Christian's Knights 61-44 last week Friday at V string hits S-0 j Virgil Klelnhessellnk i Tom Becker ; Floyd Valley Thunder- have completed a big f in which they hauled In , consecutive wins to : (heir record to 5 wins D losses. id first win of the week j on Tuesday against Rock | y in a 63-37 romp. The •two games that followed I big ones for Floyd |y. These next games fed that the T-Blrds are a Kg team both mentally and Bcally. They were able to I up a winning spirit, and Ji lasted throughout both llo'iix Center and the M-OC |s, even though some said lid not be done! wrestlers win Iner in dual meet Irthwestern College mat {defeated Sioux Falls-Col- 127-19 In a dual meet held IDec. 4, at Sioux Falls. It Ithe first wrestling meet The win over Sioux Center was obtained as Mark Van Roekel racked up 28 points to become the leading scorer of the game. Floyd Valley controlled the boards with Keith Rensink, Mark Van Roekel, and Doug Becker hauling in 7, 6, and 7 rebounds respectively. As usual, the T-Birds finished with the players in double figures. They were Mark Van Roekel with 28, Keith Rensink with 12 and Marv Schipper with 11 points. Floyd Valley's defense came to life In the second half and held Sioux Center's top scorer, Bruce Lubach, to only one field goal and one freethrow. The next day saw Floyd Val- 'ley's homecoming game against M-OC in which Miss Barb Vander Maten was crowned queen. This game was a usual close one with sides fighting it out right down to the last minutes. The half time score showed Floyd Valley ahead by 2. With the T-Birds controlling the second half, Doug Kyi.."*.. 3W'~ **-? ' 1r * •only pin recorded for |by freshman, Rick Keith Jie time of 1:52. Larry lidering, junior from Rock fey, deelsloned his oppo- |lO-3 in the 158 Ib. class. jomre Dan Moser was tied pt the end of his match but 7-6 on riding time. |ghl lettermen return to [(western's wrestling for the 1971 season. y Meenderlng, a Junior Rock Valley and Ken g, a sophomore from sley will lead the Raid- L'mat men in a tough sche- It «rry led the team In vices last season with 16. r as voted the Most Valu- Wrestler and finished Iln the Tri-State Confer- Meet. Wrestling in the pound class, Meendering I provide needed leader- « pleg finished with the se- best performance re- I on the Raider squad last MI with a 15-7-2 showing, of his losses were to mal place finishers. He .ected to have an ex- fent year at the 118 pound Is, He placed third In the IState Conference, pnsfer, Dave Suter, who ; runner-up In the Iowa i Wrestling Tourament 3 s ago; Is a talented teller and a consistent win- fin the 190 pound class, sturning lettermen are: I Vande Weerd, Dale Me pgh, Dan Moser, RayNe- I, Dan Gray, and Dennis ptra. Freshmen, Dave Jim Bonnlchsen, Don laus, Bill Grant, Herm >eers, Rick Keith, Elwln JGorp and DennisHaywor- Ishould help Improve last *T's dual meet record of tMli( j quart er shot that foretold the final score. With this basket came a fourth quarter in which Floyd Valley played ball control and forced M-OC to rush and try to obtain the ball from the hands of the T- Birds. The score ended 64-54 in favor of Floyd Valley. MOC JV's win over Remsen St. Marys By Jay Dorschner The M-OC Dutchmen junior varsity squad, coached by Lynn Sorensen, won their opener over Remsen St. Mary's 64-38. At the half the score was In M-OC's favor 26-21. Starters Jeff Van Rooyen and Doug' De Haan led the scoring with 16 points each, followed by Brad Roos with 14. Jim Siebersma and Tim Vellinga rounded out the starting five. Randy Lubbers also got in on a lot of first half play. Rod De Jong, Scott Slm- melink, and Mike Cohen rounded out the roster. The leading scorer for the Hawks were Wagner with 12 and Hatz with 9 points each. M-OC's gym. the game changed Unity's won-lost record to 3-1, their only loss so far being against Gehlen. Unity's high-point man was Ted Hengeveld, a 6'1" forward, with 10 points. Harlan Broek, with a previous average of 20 points per game, dropped his average, scoring only 4 points. The Raider's scoring was mostly done by Joe Trotzlg, starting guard, who was high point man of the game with 14 points. Joeisa5'10"senior back from last year. The Knight's performance changed some since their game against Gehlen earlier in the week. They had 11 more turnovers, 3% better shooting average (although their outside shooting showed a lot more improvement), 11 more rebounds and 1 more foul. Akron's team this year Is rather even in height, the tallest being 6'2". Their shooting suffered greatly under the boards, the total average being 25%. They attempted only 1 more shot than Unity but missed 9 more. Unity's JV won also, 6326, in an easy vistory over Akron's JV. The Junior Knights showed only 20 turn r overs and out rebounded Akron with 36 rebounds. At one time they found themselves playing against 6 opponents instead of •*"5"wMch"Tesutted"in a technical against Akron. All the Varsity's and JV's subs had played by the end of their games. T-Birds romp over Rock Valley 63-37 Floyd Valley racked up their third consecutive win for the season as they breezed past the Rockets from Rock Valley In a 63 to 37 romp. The T-Birds came alive in the second half to almost triple their score from 27 to the final 63. Floyd Valley had control over the whole game as three of their players connected for more points than all the Rockets combined. In the lead for the T-Blrds was Marv Schipper with 17 points, Phil Moss followed with 12 with Keith Rensink right behind with 10. In the fourth quarter, Floyd Valley out-played the Rockets and scored 20 points to Rock Valley's 4. Rock Valley's Ron Pederson scored exactly half of their total points to tie with Schipper of Floyd Valley with 17 points. The Thunderblrds connected with 15 out of 18 from By Phil Reinders' The Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen went on a second half tear on their way to ft 72 to 61 win over Remsen St. Mary's In their season's opener. The two teams played on even terms with neither team taking control of the game. The first half ended with the score knotted at 37. The Dutchmen still could not M-OC JV's clobber T-Birds 39-23 By Jim RoWenhorst The M-OC JV's walked away with a 39-23 victory over Floyd Valley's JV's last Sat. Doug De Haan and Jeff Van Rooyen were high pontscorers with 12 and 10 points respectively. The high scorers for Floyd Valley were Paul Van Roekel, 10 points and Chuck Huygens 8. The Dutchmen held a 23-8 lead athalftlme. This was their second game this year. The first game they played Remsen St. Mary's and won 26-21. pull away at the beginning of the second half. With about five minutes remaining In the game and the score tied, the Dutchmen broke the game open, thanks to the scoring of Todd Surber and Tom Van Rooyen. Surber picked up all of his nine ponts In this half, and Tom scored twleve of his In this half. The final scoring spurt brought the final score to 72 to 61 with the Dutchmen the victors. By Phil Reinders The Floyd Valley T-Blrds put on a second hall scoring, spurt to down the Maurice Orange City Dutchmen 64 to 54 Saturday night. The Dutchmen played a brisk first quarter and led at the first rest stop 16 to 12. The T-Blfds battled back In the second quarter and led 28 to 26 at Intermission. At the start of the second half Floyd Valley outscored the Dutchmen 12 to 3 to take a lead they never relinquished. At the end of the third quar- , led 46 to 34. The Dutchmen didn't give up, however, and kept scrapping until the final gun. An 80th birthday party for Ottto Van Roekel was held in the Dr. Glen Van Roekel home in LeMars on Friday, November 26. Attending the party besides his wife were their children: Dr. and Mrs. Otto Van Roekel and Vivian from Aledo, 111, and their son,Kermit from Northwestern Col- lege; Mr. and Mrs. J« G, Mitchell, Barb and John from Edina, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Van Roekel from Orange City; and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mooibroek and Chris from Cottage Grove, Minn, The ac-- tual birth date is December . 3 but because the family was home for Thanksgiving, It was observed at that time. A birthday supper for Mrs. Elmer Wiersema will be held on Friday evening at the Larry Heemstra home at Prlmghar. Additional guests will be Mr. Elmer Wiersema, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wurpts and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wiersema from Sutherland. M-OC frosh win over T-Birds by 3 By Michael Verdoorn The M-OC freshmen won a close game last Monday even- Ing over Floyd Valley. This was the freshman's first game which was evident because of the many turnovers. The Dutchmen found themselves trailing most of the game until Brad De Jong stole the ball away and tied it up 33-33 with just over a minute to play. Then the Dutchmen got the ball back by play- 'ng some tough defense. Mike Biersma added two more to put them ahead by two. Allen Reinders added another free throw followed by an 8 foot jumpshot. As the buzzer sounded the freshmen found themselves winning their first game by 3. Brad De Jong was High scorer with 14 points followed by Allen Reinders with 8, Blerma led In the rebounding department with 16. FV thunders over Marcus 86-42 The Floyd Valley Thunderbirds . connected for their second win by downing the Marcus Eagles 86 to 421 This win was put in the books with the help of four T-Birds players in double figures. The four who sent the ball flying past the Eagles and into the hoop were Doug Becker (high point man), Marv Schipper, Mark Van Roekel, and Keith Rensink with 22, 19, 16, and 13 points respectively. The T-Birds, coached by Mr. Jim Vermeer, took control of the game from the start. The first basket of the game, made by Floyd Valley, foretold what was to come. Proof of this prediction came at the half. The T-Blrds had control of a comfortable lead of 38 to 14 as the final buzzer sounded sending both teams to the showers. Like the rest of the game, Floyd Valley controlled the boards. Phil Moss and Mark Van Roekel were the leading rebounders with 11 and 9 respectively. the charity strip to bring their total for their three games to 42 out of a possible 54. Virgil Klelnhessellnk Tom Becker LOANS | $50 to $5,000 iyments Can Be [Arranged On Monthly Term* oan» Payable On A ply-six Months Ba»l»" lo larger loans available ' financing of trucks and at reasonable rates, hold goods, autoa, live- accepted as securitlefl. A-C Loan & finance Co., Inc. W Central 4ve. S.W. LeMw», Iowa Phone 549-4103 Maurice-Orange City H.S. "DUTCHMEN" vs Pwllina Sat., Vec. 11 Game at 7:30 p. m. Jr. Varsity at 6:30 Adults $1.00 50 School Gymnasium fOURTH ANNUAL SKMIXLAND CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT DORDT COLLEGE GYM - SIOUX CENTER, IOWA December 13-14-17-18 Maurice-Orange City Mon, Dec. 13, 7:00 p.m. George Boyden-Hull Frl., Dec. 17, 7:00 p.m. Mon., Dec. 13, 8:30 p.m. Akron Central Lyon FINALS Sat., Dec. 18, 8:30 p.m. Tues., Dec. 14, 7:00 p.m. Rock Valley Fri., Dec. 17, 8:30 p.m. West Lyon Tues., Dec. 14, 8:30 Sioux Center CHAMPION CONSOLATION Sat., Dec. 18, 7:00 p.m. CONSOLATION ALL GAMES TO BE HELD IN THE DORDT COLLEGE GYMNASIUM IN SIOUX CENTER. IOWA. PLENTY OF SEATS - PLENTY OF PARKING. 4 NIGHTS OF EXCITING ACTION - 2 GAMES EACH NIGHT. ADMISSION: ADULTS, $1.00; ALL OTHERS, 500 HOLIDAY SPECIALS" ^Aluminum Groin Shovel * . . .with each 2 ton purchase of Protein Supplement Felco--Alton Supreme--Wayne Dec. 9 through Dec. 18 Holiday Ham .. .with each 500 Ib. purchase of 1. Felco Supreme Mineral 2. Special Supreme Mineral 3. Supreme Mini-Bits Mineral During the month of December Delivery on specials must be taken within 10 days Farmers Mutual Co-op Orange City Maurice **?«$$$^e« THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 9, 1971--7

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