The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 20, 1972 · Page 7
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The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

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T-ttrds hit 9-0 d Raiders win a pair j.playing and out-ppw- iL> Tri-State Confer- Ifoes, the Northwestern halders claimed victory rival Westmar on Jan, eMarsandConcordlaof ml on Jan. 15 on theRal- home court. Westmar o a final score of 82-67 'oncordla was dumped by ring barrage 83-48. •ked by a following of Orange City fans, the > rs pushed ahead of the Iars team in the first md led by a respectable in of eleven points (45- t (he half. Westmar did «, to pull within two j of the Raiders when returned to court in the |d half. With only 5 Lot play left, Westmar K up their score to 66- ilth Culllnan's help. But •aiders made one hit after V and finished off West- ' mar with a lead of 15 points. The final score of 82-67 told the tale. Northwestern placed five men In the double figures. Dave Aalbers, who has played consistently good ball all season, led the Raiders with 22 points 10 were from the free throw line. Townsend claimed 15, Bosch 13, Wou- stra 13 and Kempers 10. On the Raider's home court in their second Tri-State Conference game, the Northwestern team out-classed Concordia of St. Paul to claim an easy win of 83-48 and to push their game score to 8-4. They are 2 -0 in the Trl- State Conference race. Lead by Woudstra, Bosch and Kempers, Northwestern made one hit after another at the beginning of the game to chalk up a run-away score of 23-3. The half time score was 45-19, and the Raiders continued to hold a commanding lead through the entire game. With a final score of 83-48, it was no game for spectator suspense. The Raiders hit only 32 of 82 shots for a 39% average while the Concordia percentage was 36.8 as they made 21 of 57 shots. Northwestern played a good defensive game. They grabbed 65 rebounds to dominate the scene. Woudstra led again In the rebound department taking 22, With 19 points to Ms-credit, Woudstra also led the scoring. Kemper, a Sioux Center junior with good spring and balance, claimed 17, Boshe 12, and Estes 10. The Raiders play Yankton on the Yankton court on Jan. 22 and Briar Cliff in Sioux City on the 25th. \tchmen beat Central Lyon By Phil Reinders lirlce-Orange City took |ol of a tight ball game, y night and downed Cen- Lyon 58 to 52 for the first Dutchmen conference victory against one loss. The Dutchmen controlled a low scoring first quarter to gain the scoring edge 12 to 9. The second quarter showed ilfy nips Western, \thwestern wins |lose game against Wes- ed in another Unity y, Tuesday, January 11. lone second left In the arler a tip-up by a n player almost tied the I score. liriost fans have noticed ne resembled several Unity games — all •ones. sfern led most of the 1st ih' a lot bTtheTf'scor- |elp'coming from Dan eman, who had 15 points. Broek led the Unity jig with 18 points. fouling action of the Iwas somewhat less than st Unity-Western match la total of 57 fouls were Western had 25 this game, compared lily's 20. Two players lout, both Western mem. jtbus changes in line-up I be noted. Western lost I I substitute, Mark Vogel- and Unity started Ed | Instead of Dan Pluim. a 28 point scoring Harley Broek almost ie Unity Knights to a 7 over Southwestern last Friday, Instead, Unity 3-75. mnle in the last 40 se>y a Unity player allow - thwestern to put in two with 5 seconds left. last seconds quickly ed out as a half-hearted °urt shot rebounded illy off the wall. stunned Unity crowd stayed standing as the South- westerners happily cheered their second win, ever, against Unity. "We were planning to take shot with 20 seconds to go, and probably have a chance at another one," explained coach Rick Vander Berg about Unity's stall with 40 seconds left In the game. The game resembled ^last. year's Unity-Southwestern match when Unity was beat by six points after leading three quarters. The scores during the first three quarters of this game were close, but in the 4th Quarter Southwestern piled up an eight point lead with 2:21 on the clock. Ed Katje and Kim Dooyema helped Unity's scoring considerably with 14and 16points respectively. Unity's rebounding was mostly done by Harley Broek, 11, and Kim Dooyema, 12. Unity out rebounded Southwestern, 36-26. Southwestern's high point man was Ivan Van Duyn with 23 points. Doug Den Herder and Harry Van Berkel were 2 other double-figure scorers with 15 and 13, respectively. Southwestern had 19 fouls against them compared to Unity's 27 fouls. Unity's foul action tended to be more spread out than Southwestern's since only one Unity player fouled out compared to two Southwestern men. The JV game, which Unity iiouxland Conference he short 7-game Sioux- Conference schedule LOANS 50 to $5,000 'ments Can Be 'ranged On Monthly Terms Payable On A Months Basis" larger loans available g O f trucks and reason able rates, goods, autos, live- accepted as security. Loan & l *nce Co,, Inc, Central Ave, S.W. k Mare, Iowa p hone 546-4103 Boyden-Hull reinforced their role as the favorite by a decisive 77-50 win over Sioux Center. An earler win in the Conference Tournament over the same team was an overtime affair. George and Rock Valley remained undefeated in the race by wins over Akron (65-57) and West Lyon (71-41) respectively, while Maurice- Orange City evened their record at one and one by their victory over Central Lyon (55-50), The standings: Boyden-Hull George Rock Valley M-OC West Lyon Akron Central Lyon Sioux Center Conference games on Friday, January 21, find Akron at Sioux Center, Boyden-Hull at Central Lyon, George at West Lyon, and Sioux Center at Rock Valley, the Dutchmen doubling their three point advantage by going to the locker room with a six point lead, 27 to 21. In the third quarter the Dutchmen started to break the game open by pulling out to an 11 point lead 43 to 32, but Central Lyon tried a desper- age comeback that fell short and left the victory to the Dutchmen 58 to 52. STATISTICS FT FGM PF B. Van Rooyen 10-17 3 3 T. Van Rooyen 7-11 4 2 J. Kllnghagen 3-412 T. Surber 0-0 8 3 M. Verdoorn 0-1 22 M. Vellinga 2-3 0 4 won 60-36, revealed some good rebounding action by Unity. Doug Van Hofwegen, Unitv freshman, had 17 rebounds and Lou Wynia has 12. Doug Van Hofwegen was also htgfcpoint.-man'With-12'potnts. 1 Paul Kroeze closely followed' with 10 points. Unity Sports writing Staff. M-OC JV's swamp Central Lyon 71-44 by Jay Dorschner Recently the Dutchmen JV's won easily over the Lions of Central Lyon, 71-44. The Dyke team outscored the Lions with 11 more points in the first quarter, 17 more In the se- cOnd. When the third ended, they were up by 20. Jim Siebersma lead in scoring with 16 followed by Doug De Haan with 15. Rod De Jong came off the bench, early and sacked 12 points. The other three starters were Jeff Van Rooyan, Brad Roos and Tim Vellinga scoring 10,8, and 4 respectively. Scott Simmellnk chalked up 4 and Gerry Bomgaars, 2. The leading scorer of the game was Bruce Jongerlus with 17 and second was Mark Vant Hul with 10, both from Central Lyon. The Dutchmen missed only 4 of 18 free throws attempted while the Lions, had 11 fly astray. This was the team's second conference victory and brought the total to 8 wins W 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 NOTICE U, s, Army guarantees a 16 month tour of in fJf' after 'raining (usually four months) N«J If Coun try, on three year enlistments. B * higher pay salary, exceptional benefits. r °r further information contact S 6t Don Villegas U. S, Army Recruiting Station 219 Central Ave. SW Orange City, Iowa 51041 Phone 737-4932 The Floyd Valley T-Birds finish out the first half of their season with a perfect 9 and 0 record as they downed the Blue Jays of George 5041. The Thunder Birds were led In their scoring by Marv Schipper with 14 points. Mark Van Roekel pulled a close second with 13 points. With their first 9 games behind them the Thunderbirds take a look at their final 8 games. These include, in order, Rock Valley, Unity Christian, Wutherland, Hull Western, Boyden-Hull, West Sioux, M-OC and, finally, Unity Christian. The preliminary game was won by the T-Birds in alow scorer, 31 to 26. Statistics FG FT TP Van Roekel 5 3-4 13 Schipper 6 2-2, 14 Karssen 6 2-2 8 Becker 4 0-1 8 Renslnk 0 . 2-2 2 Katt 0 2-3 2 De Jong 0 2-2 2 Van Gelder 0 0-0 0 Palsma 01-2 1 —Virgil Kleinhesselink Tom Becker The Floyd Valley Freshmen boosted their record to 6 wins and 1 loss last'week Wednesday night at Paullina with a 45 to 35 victory. The scoring was lead by Paul as he had 15 points. Right behind him were Ron with 10, Loren V.G., 8, Craig 8, and both Loren and Stan with 2. When the buzzer sounded at half time the Freshmen were ahead by a score of 24-21. The second half was Floyd Valley's as they held them to 14 points to win by a score Of 45 to 35. —Virgil Kleinhessellnk Church league Volleyball Orvllle Kroese 28 5 Cliff Oolman 30 6 Hank Jonker 30 6 Mlddleburg 30 6 Bernie Fedders 27 9 Alton 24 12 Bob Van Gelder 19 17 Calvary Christian 18 18 Jerry Wlelenga 15 21 Rick Roos 14 22 College Profs 12 24 Dover Alliance 11 25 American 11 25 Newklrk 7 26 Trinity 5 31 Gary Te Grotenhuis 5 31 $125,000 awarded to accident victim In the largest jury award in the history of Plymouth County district court in Le Mars, Charles Neubrand, 23, Le Mars, Friday was given $125,000 in damages for injuries suffered In a 1-car accident Sept. 1, 1969, onlowa 60 near Carnes north of Le Mars. Defendant was David Sitzmann, Le Mars. The jury of eight women and four men returned the verdict In about four hours to climax the case before district judge E.F. Kennedy. The trial began Tuesday morning and went to the Jury at 11 a.m. Friday. Walter Dirks was jury foreman. Neubrand, confined to a wheelchair, was present during the trial and had sought half a million dollars in damages. Mr. Neubrand, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Neubrand, Le Mars, was injured in the accident which killed Douglas Sltzmann, Le Mars, brother of the driver. The Tri State Conference Northwestern Yankton Westmar Bethel Sioux Falls Coneordla Season Northwestern Yankton Westmar Bethel Sioux Falls Concordia W 2 2 1 1 0 0 for a two game weekend with the two conference schools there. On Friday Westmar will play Bethel and Sioux Falls will play Concordia. On Saturday they will trade opponents. W L 8 4 10 4 7 5 7 5 4 12 2 5 LATS1DB7VNK Loans on Land Hwy. 18 & 6th Ave., Sheldon Maurice-Orange City. M.S'. "DUTCHMEN" vs Boyden-Hull fri, Jan. 7 Game at 7:30 p. m. Jr. Varsity at 6:30 Adults $1.00 Students 500 4th Grade & under FREE if accompanied by paid adult High School Gymnasium damage suit was filed byNeu- brand against David Sltzmann. H.is parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sltzmann Jr., Le Mars. The Iowa highway patrol reported that the Sltzmanns, Neubrand and Lou Walters of Le Mars were returning to Le Mars from the Labor Day weekend at the Iowa lakes when the accident occurred. Walters escaped serious Injury. Mr. and Mrs. Art Vogeland family returned home last Tuesday evening after a Z\ week trip with a motor home to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Blom of Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tensen of Hull are leaving Friday for a week trip to Florida. Notice of Annual Meetty The Orange City Community Chest will hold its Annual Meeting Thursday Eveningt Jan. 20 t 7:30 pM in the Hubers-Van Englenhoven-Doornink office Everyone Welcome! WRESTUHG MEET Northwestern vs Worthington State Sat., Jan. 22 starting at 3:00 p. m. Northwestern College Auditorium ADMISSION: Adults: $T 5 °; HS Northwestern and Yankton moved to the top of the Tri- State Conference standings in the first weekend of confer- "ence-pra-yas the'y both won two games, and lead the conference with 2-0 records. Northwestern opened on the road with a 82-67 win at West- mar on Friday night and beat Concordia on their home floor Saturday night 83-48. Yankton beat Concordia at home on Friday night 100-85 and then traveled to Sioux Falls on Saturday and beat the Braves 88-77. Westmar and Bethel both are 1-1 after the weekend play. Bethel opened on Friday night with a 94-84 win over Sioux Falls and then on Saturday lost at Westmar by a 99-87 score. Sioux Falls and Concordia both lost games In conference play. This weekend will be the first showdown between Yankton and Northwestern as the Red Raiders will travel to Yankton on Saturday night to decide who will be on top next week. Westmar and Sioux Falls will travel to St. Paul, Minn., and 0 losses. Friday the team Servln * L j(™' O>B *™! ° SC6Ola goes up against the Rockets and Sloux Countles of Rock Valley in the M-OC high school gym at 6:30. This game is also in the Soo-Land Conference match-up. for sure starts this winter FARMLAND thirty-six FARMLAND I FARMLAND *21 50 TS-24, 12 volts Plus trade. Three-year guarantee 5-year guarantee FARMLAND sixty $2995 YP-24,12 volts Plus trade. FARMLAND BATTERY GUARANTEE Within 90 days of purchase — free replacement if battery is found defective in materials or workmanship and will not hold charge. After 90 days - replacement if found defective in materials or workmanship and will not hold charge, with a charge made only for months used. Adjustment will be based on the current Suggested Exchange Price when returned, pro-rated over months of guarantee specif iecj. PHONE 4804 * Orange City OIL ASS'H PHONE 4315 , Alton THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 20, 1978—7

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