The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on December 23, 1971 · Page 10
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Augustana overtakes Raiders In their second encounter with a North. Central Conference team, Northwestern a- galn came out on the short end of the score. The Raiders lost to Augustana 84-74 last Saturday. In the first half the Raiders took an early lead at 7-5 on Jim Woudstra's lay-up. Northwestern maintained a slim lead through much of the first half, and at halftlme NW led by seven, 47-35. During the first ten minutes of the second half, the Raiders held a five point lead most of the time. Augustana, behind the' shooting of Bill Gross, tied the score at 6767. From then on the Raiders shooting fell off and NW was outscored 17-7 the rest of the way. The final score was NW 74, Augustana 84. Playing an important part In the comeback of the Vikings was the fact that Augie hit on 18 of 30 shots in the second half. For the game Northwestern hit 28-68 shots for 41.2% compared to Aug- ustana's 34-68 for 50%. Rebounds were about equal with the Raiders getting 46 compared to Augustana's 44. In scoring Dave Aalbers and Jim Woudstra led the Raiders as Dave hit 21 and Jim scored 19. The next game for the Raiders is Dec. 29 against Central at Pella. Tri Stole Conference Bosch Kempers Woudstra Aalbers Estes Vander Pol 0-0 Townsend l-l Totals 28-68 The Trl-State Conference continued to play even against non-conference opponents for the third week as they won four and lost four to bring their season record to 21 wins and 20 losses against non- conference opponents. Northwestern started the week with a 4-0 record and lost two games. First they lost to South Dakota State 93-78 on Monday night and on Saturday they lost to Aug- ustana 84-74 to make their season record 4-2. Yankton beat cross-town rival Mt. Marty on Wednesday night 81-71 In their only game of the week to give them a G-3 record. Westmar moved their re- cord to 4-1 with a 89-76 win over Dakota WesleyenonWed. night. Sioux Falls split two games, beating Dordt Thursday night 87-77 after losing on Tuesday night to Northern State 77-62. This gave Sioux Falls a 2-7 record. Bethel won a 94-84 game over Grace College on Friday night to even their record at 3-3. Concordia lost a 88-78 game to Dr. Martin Luther College on Tuesday night to even their score at 2-2. All six conference schools take next week off for Christmas before some of them return the following week to play In holiday tournaments. M-OC loses in overtime 61-58 By Phil Relnders The Boyden-Hull Comets outscored the Dutchmen In an overtime period to down the • Dutchmen 61 to 58 in the second round of the Siouxland Conference Tournament at Dordt Friday night. The first quarter was an even battle with the lead changing hands a couple of times with the Comets taking charge at the first rest stop 14 to 13. The Dutchmen led at halftime 23 to 22 behind the scoring of Tom Van Rooyen who scored nine points In the first half. The third stanza was played on even terms. When the horn sounded the score was tied 37 to 37. The fourth quarter was also even with the score at the end of regulation time 56-56. This set up the overtime period where the Dutchmen were outscored 5 to 2 to send the Boyden-Hull into the championship game. Jay De Zeeuw had 21 points and Jerry Reu- vers 17 to pace the Comets in scoring. S. Dunlap 3 6/7 3 B. Van Rooyen 3 4/9 3 J. Klinghagen 3 0/3 0 T. Van Rooyen 7 6/8 3 T. Surber 4 0/0 2 M. Verdoorn 1 0/0 2 Orange City Bowling Ass*n Monday League Standings as of Dec. 20, 1971. Wins 1-Clark Real Estate 88 2-N. Y. Life Ins. 82 3-John's Upholstering 82 4-Well's Blue Bunny 72 5-Slouxland Harvestore 68 6-Huisman Gravel 66 7-O. C. Builders 56 8-Alton Premium Feed 56 9-Punt-Cambier 56 10-Ron's Deep Rock 54 High Series-Dwalne Vander Vegt-549; Russ VanPeursem- 549. High Games-Jerry Ferrell- 227; Dwaine Vander Vegte- 211; Rod Langstraat-210. Tuesday League Standings as of Dec. 21, 1971. Wins 1-Coast to Coast 92 2-Moor Mans 84 3-Sioux Abstract 82 4-Bowling Alley 80 5-Woudstra Market 78 6-Al's Floor Covering 74 7-Farm Bureau Ins. 64 8-N.W. State Bank 44 9-Mouw's Super Valu 44 10-O.C. Appliance 38 High Series-Gary Kroeze-558 High Games-Ray Wielenga- 221; Gary Kroeze-217; Al Woudstra-215; Bud Van Ot- terloo-202. Thursday League Standings as FG FT PF of Dec. 16, 1971. Wins ,High Series-Dennis Vander Vegte-558 High Games-Bruce Smlte-210 Dennis Vander Vegte-201. WOMEN'S LEAGUE W T T-Knts breeze Ay St. Maty's 3 44 3 41 1 40 1 35 3 35 1 32 2 32 4 32 2 30 2 27 0 21 0 21 4 18 2 17 MOC 3rd in tourney 1-Vogel Paint & Wax 84 2-Russell»s Ready Mix 80 3-Orange Motors 66 4- R & R Performance 64 5-Silent Sioux 56 6-Kreykes True Value 34 Bowling Alley Super Valu Woudstra 7-Up Kraal N W Bank Haarsma Bros. K-Products De Vries Vogel Koscot Van Gelder Hubers Well's High Game-Mona Wiersema- 179 High Series-Linda Van Otter- 100-505. Dutchmen JV's win over Sioux Center By Jay Dorschner The Dutchmen JV's beat Sioux Center 66 to 54. The first quarter ended 12 to 8 and the half 33-26 with the Dyke's leading. When the fourth quarter started the Dutchmen were on top 46 to 40. Randy Lubbers sacked 18 points and Doug De Haan was; close behind with 16. Both} Brad Roos and Jeff Van Rooyen! totaled 12. Tim Vellinga also started but did not score. Jim Siebersma had 4 and Rod De Jong along with Scott Simmelink each scored 2. The high scorer for the Warriors was Wayne Te Grotenhuis with 10. Three others marked 8; BradVermeer, Ron Horstman and Rog Dykstra, The Thunderbirds of Floyd Valley new past the Hawks of Remsen St. Mary's 71 to 55. This game presented the T-Birds with a Christmas present of 7 wins and no losses. This Christmas present was obtained even though, for the first time this year an opponent has lead at a quarter mark. Remsen St. Mary's lead atthe end of the first quarter 10-9. But the T-Blrds came back to outscore the Hawks by 9 to light up the Scoreboard in Floyd Valley's favor 32-24. The T-Birds, coming alive in the second half, again produced three players In close double figures. The leading scorer was Doug Becker who pumped in a total of 18 points. Pulling a close second was Mark Van Roekel with 17. The (Continued on page 11) ood Let the eternal light of love, the ! symbol of His birth, shine'into :; every heart, bringing peace to all KRAAI FURNITURE of Orange City M-OC Schedules VARSITY SCHEDULE Nov. 30 Remsen St. Mary Dec. 4 Floyd Valley Dec. 10 LeMars Gehlen Dec. 13-18 Conf. Tourney Dordt Jan. 14 Central Lyon Jan. 21 Rock Valle.y Jan. 7 Boyden-Hull Jan. 25 Sheldon Jan. 28 West Lyon Feb. 4 George Feb. 5 LeMars Central Feb. 11 Akron Feb. 15 Floyd Valley Feb. 18 Sioux Center Feb. 19 West Sioux Feb. 21 Sectional FROSH SCHEDULE Dec. 6 Floyd Valley 6:30 H Dec. 8 Unity Dec. 14 Sheldon Jan. 4 Sheldon Jan. 7 Boyden-Hull Jan. 14 Central Lyon 4; Jan. 21 Rock Valley 4 Jan. 26 Floyd Valley Jan. 28 West Lyon Feb. 4 George Feb. 11 Akron Feb. 16 Unity Feb. 18 Sioux Center 4 Jan. 12 West Sioux 5 Jr. HIGH SCHEDULE Dec. 1 Central Lyon Dec. 8 Floyd Valley Dec. 15 Remsen-Unlon Dec. 22 Remsen St. Mary Jan. 14 Sioux Center Jan. 19 Akron Jan. 26 Rock Valley Feb. 2 Sheldon In the spirit of this beautiful season, we greet our friends and extend sincere gratitude for their kindness and loyalty. Mr..and Mrs. John Foreman | and Family Mr. and Mrs. Bill Foreman By Phil Relnders The M-OC Dutchmen used a balanced scoring attack and a strong second half to defeat the Rock Valley Rockets 71 to 61 last Saturday night to win the consolation game in the Slouxland Conference Tournament. The Dutchmen trailed at the end of the first quarter 19 to 15, but came back in the second to gain a 36 to 31 advantage at halftime. This lead was brought about by the scor-' ing of Tom Van Rooyen, Brad Van Rooyen and Mark Velllnga who each made 8 points. The Dutchmen really broke it open In the third quarter to lead 53 to 39. They held onto the lead in the fourth quarter and won going away 71 to 61. Ron Pederson scored 30 points and Glen Lange 12 to lead Rock Valley. M-OC now has a record of 4 wins and 3 losses. S. B. J. T. T. D. M. M. D. D. Dunlap Van Rooyen Klinghagen Van Rooyen Surber Zeutenhorst Velllnga Verdoorn De Koter Hulsart FG FT PF 3 8/9 2 1/4 0/1 0/2 1/4 1/2 6/6 0/0 0/0 7 3 7 5 0 2 0 0 0 0/0 holiday wishes to each and every one • of you. And thanks for your very kind patronage. Sioux Abstract Co. , and Sioux County Abstract, Inc. th,tu opportunity to joliimy wisljw to our f ripnte. far yaur patrauage, noofc will ana loyalty. THE RIICKHOFF CO. Orange City, la. Pip 1 ,1. • ' Hhe sounds of Santa's sleigh- bells fill the air with music, and every home is kindled with the warmth of good cheer. May you and your family enjoy all the blessings of this happy holiday season, Heartfelt thanks for your trust and support. We greatly enjoy the privilege of serving you- Farmers Mutual Orange City Builder's Supply ORANGE CITY - Phone 4933 Co-op Company ALTON - Phone 2941 10-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, December 23, 1971

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