The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on January 27, 1972 · Page 7
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1972
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Capital M-OC holds off Grabs trips BC101-82 Pe Brink,! Northwestern Red , used strong L shooting and * fcfense the last six and f minutes to pull away 1 "Spirited Briar CUff five Tues., 101-82. Itted Raiders, winning game In 15 put- a shaky 79-73 lead Ly spurted to a com* lead in just three Erve Dave Slkma started hook shot and big toudstra followed with • his dozen free throws. having one of his games, got the only ICllff bucket during the minutes to make It tra then came up with trd three-polnt-play of E»ht after Slkma had 1 two gifters. Two more Vrows by Woudstra, with 3:22 to play, made 15 and wrapped up Norths second victory over Urgers this season. f tiee throws by Woud- lth 23 seconds to play lorthwestern 100 points. Isecond half shaped up uttle between the two | s Woudstra, who got Ihls team's 16 points of •me, and Karpuk both put 111 In the hoop just about Itlme they got It. North- zone the second [however, kept Karpuk .ttingthe ball and num- Charger turnovers rein trying to bread the iplte Woudstra »s strong to start the game, 1 Cliff held a 21-16 lead Irpuk, Jim Krlege, Rick land Dennis Bittner all Hbuted. Woudstra, Dave jrs and Greg Bosch all fered as Northwestern tied it at 21-all. After ties at 23 and 25, Bosch hit a jumper at the 10 minute mark to put the visitors from Orange City on top to stay. In fact, Bosch's goal sparked Northwestern to a 12-2 as Briar Cliff could find the mark only once In the next four minutes . . . that on a. fielder by Karpuk. The spurt gave the Raiders a 37-27 lead. Briar Cliff came back to cut the difference to four twice before the intermission, 39-35 are 42-38. But four free throws by Aalbers sandwiched around Tom Estes' goal made it 48-38 with 1:52 to play. Bittner and Krelge brought BCC back to 50-44 at the half. With Karpuk getting help from Kriege, the Chargers i out-scored Northwestern 9-2 five minutes into the second half to cut the margin to only 63-59. But after a three-point- play by Estes put the difference at seven, Briar Cliff could get no closer than five at 76-71 on Karpuk's goal with 8:25 to play. That was when the Raiders went into the zone defense and turned back the Charger challenge. Northwestern hit 36 of 72 shots for an even 50 percent with BCC getting 32 of 73 for 44 per cent. The Raiders won the rebound battle, 51-38. FG Bosch Aalbers Estes Kempers Woudstra Townsend Vander Pol Johnson Slkma TOTALS BRIAR CLIFF Magennis Bittner Karpuk Motz Kriege Barnes Neary Canarsky TOTALS 6 5 4 2 12 1 0 4 2 36 3 4 12 2 8 1 2 0 32 FT PF 3-3 6-6 3-4 0-0 12-15 1-2 0-0 2-3 2-5 29-38 0-0 5-6 6-8 3-3 3-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 18-22 0 1 3 4 4 1 0 4 1 18 4 5 4 3 5 3 2 0 26 Tri Stale Conference Northwestern moved to the top of the Tri-State conference as they won the first battle of the two teams that were picked to finish first and second in the conference with a 90-80 win over Yankton Saturday night on the Greyhounds home court. Bethel moved into second place in the standings by winning a pair over visiting West- mar and Sioux Falls. On Friday night Bethel built up a 45-31 half time lead over a cold shooting Westmar team and increased their lead to 70-46, before the Eagles Siouxland Conference sch Is the! teacher « :r Mr.- 1 Bosch (I Minnesota! iVC. Htsi 1 tm ire very II teaching! ry and til included. 1 time ttel lers are! iraluated 11 lachers an ors. 1 lit Valley Rockets, Con- Ice Champions in last I; .race, dropped out of a |r,,the lead in this year's Band Conference champ- 1 losing a 70-57 game to Dutchmen of Maurice -Or | City, while Boyden- K Comets remained unde- H with a close 60-54 win I Central Lyon. The Re Bluejays, winner over • Lyon in an earlier non- •rnece game, were over- Bned on the home court •e Wildcats 71-27. Sioux Kr defeated Akron 75-62. • Conference games scheduled for Friday, January 28 ...will i,: find i : GentraLo Akron, Boyden-Hull at George Maurice-Orange City at West Lyon and Sioux Center at Rock Valley. The Standings: W L Boyden-Hull 3 0 George 2 1 M-OC 2 .1 Rock Valley 2 1 West Lyon 2 1 Sioux Center 1 2 Akron 0 3 Central Lyon ° 3 started to score and cut the lead down to just four points before the game was over. On Saturday night Bethel led over Sioux Falls by 12 points 44-32 at the half and maintained the lead the second half to win 90-50. Westmar again had trouble hitting the basket on Saturday night as Concordia out hit them' from the field 23-11 in the first half and Concordia led at the half by 11 with a 37-26 score. In the second half Westmar held Concordia to six field goals and led by Dennis Cullinan with 16 and Dave Hutchinson with 17 points, the Eagles reversed the lead and won by 11 points by a, fc 70-59 score. Concordia won their first . conference.gameiOf'the sea,* son on Friday night with a 6357 win over Sioux Falls. This week will be a busy week for the conference schools with six non conference games and four conference games. Westmar plays a noncon- ference game at Dana on Tuesday night before being at home on Friday night against Sioux Falls and Saturday night against Yankton. Northwestern will play at By Phil Relnders The Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen held off a second half rally by Sheldon to take a non-conference victory 59 53 Tuesday night. The Dutchmen pulled ahead early in the first quarter and held a 15 to 9 advantage at the end of the first stanza. The second quarter continued along the same line when the Dutchmen led by as many as 12 points. The final bulge at halftime was 10 points 30 to 20. Jon Klinghagen and Scott Dunlop each contributed 9 points to the first half scoring. The Orabs made a comeback in the third quarter behind Darrell Kruger and Mel Wallinga and drew even 43 to 43 at th.e third stop for rest. The Dutchmen withstood the pressure In the third quarter when they trailed by as many as five points, and came back via key baskets by Scott Dunlop. The final score read 5953 after a furious Dutchmen fourth quarter. Scott Dunlop had 21 points md 25 rebounds, Mike Ver- doorn had 13 points, and Jon Klinghagen had 16 rebounds to lead the Dutchmen, who raised their record to 8 wins and 4 losses. Darrell Kruger led all scorers "with 26 points for Sheldon. M-OC SCORING FG S. Dunlop T. Surber J. Klinghagen T. Van Rooyen M. Verdoorn M. Vellinga M-OC tfounces R-V By Jim Rpwenhorst The Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen pulled away by 14 points In the first half and then cruised In to a convincing 70 to 57 victory over Rock Valley Friday night. The victory left the Dutchmen with a 2 and 1 conference record and an overall slate of 7 and 4. Rock Valley dropped to 0 and 3, and 5 and 8 respectively. The Dutchmen started fast and led quickly 8 to 2 In the early stages of the first quarter, and held this same six point bulge 17 to 11 at the end of the first quarter. The second quarter proved to be all Dutchmen as they widened the gap to as many as 16 points before Rock Valley narrowed that to 14 points 38 to 24 at the halftlme rest period, . Tom Van Rooyen and Todd •Surber accounted for over half of the Dutchmen points by collecting 15 and 7 respectively In the first half. M-OC kept up the scoring pace In the third quarter and led by 13 points 49 to 36 at the end of the quarter. Scoring occured with great frequency In the fourth quarter as the Dutchmen stretched the lead to as many as 18 to 20 points, with each team having a good scoring quarter. This narrowed down the advantage to the same 13 the Dutchmen led by at the end of the third quarter to make the final score M-OC 70 Rock Valley 57. Tom Van Rooyen scored 19, Todd Surber 17, and Scott Dunlop 10 points to pace the Dutchmen In scoring for the game. Ron Pederson had 11 points for the losing Rockets. FG FT PF S. Dunlop 3 4-4 4 B. Van Rooyen 2 1-1 5 J. Klinghagen 2 2-7 3 T. Van Rooyen 7 5-8 3 T. Surber 8 1-1 3 M. Velllnga 1 2-2 3 D. Zeutenhorst 00-0 0 M. Verdoorri 3 3-5 3 D. De Koter 0 0-0 0 D. Hulsart 0 0-0 1 NW wrestlers split in double dual Northwestern defeated Midland College 29-11 and were defeated by a very strong University of Nebraska team at Omaha 47-3. The only double winner for NW was Larry Meenderlng with 5-0 and 6-0 victories. In the win over Midland College, the Red Raiders received pins from Rich Keith (167) and Ray Neville (177). Winning by decisions were Ken Krieg (118), Jim Bonnichsen (134), and Larry Meenderlng (158). Dave FJare had a draw at 150 and John Vande Weerd picked up a forfeit at 142. NW is now 4-4 in dual meet competition. Forfeit causes NW loss by one point NW had to forfeit the heavyweight match lost by a point to Worthington State 21-20 in a dual meet held at NW Sat., Jan. 22. It was the best team effort of the year with several men wrestling well for the Raiders. The only fall for NW came when Ken Krieg threw Jim Kruger in 7:11. Rich Keith, Ray Neville, Dan Moser, and Dennis Dykstra re- corded wins for Northwestern as well. Jim Bonnichsen drew with Lennox for NW's remaining points. Lack of cash is perhaps as strong a check on misbehavior as a strong will. Is now the time to refinance loans FT PF 8 5-6 3 2-6 3 1-2 2-3 5-6 0-0 1 4 5 4 0 Briar Cliff on Tuesday, at. Midland on Thursday and play at Sioux Falls on Saturday. Bethel will play Northland at home on Wednesday and •will travel to Concordia for a conference battle on Friday. Concordia will travel to Owatonna on Saturday to play Pillsbury. Yankton will entertain Dakota State on Thursday night and travel to Westmar on Saturday night to play a conference game. rs. Henry I Mrs. Wt| drove Fuesday id Mrs, i and Mr! 'hey alsosl it AcresK to visit' a's iters get 3rd Tri-State win TEAM OFFENCE 1st Bethel 90 2nd Yankton 89.3 3rd Northwestern ' 85 4th Westmar 80.2 5th Sioux- Falls- ; —73.2 6th Concordia 63.7 TEAM DEFENSE 1st Northwestern 65 2nd Concordia 77.5 3rd Westmar 79.2 4th Sioux Falls 83.7 5th Yankton 84 6th Bethel 85.7 Conference W L NW 3 0 Bethel 3 Yankton 2 Westmar 2 Concordia 1 Sioux Falls 0 Orange City Bowling Ass'n. Tuesday League-Standings as Df January 25, 1972. Wins 1-Mopr Mans 112 '3-Coast to Coast 112 J-Sioux Abstract 106 4-Woudstra Market 106 5-Bowling Alley 90 6-Al»s Floor Covering 90 7-Farm Bureau Ins. 83 8-N.W. State Bank 66 9-De Haan Electric 59 10-Mouw's Super Valu 56 High Series: Earl Clark-561 .High Games: Earl Clark-202 ,Bill Post-202. 'Thursday League-Standings *gs of January 20, 1972. _ , 1-Vogel Finishes 112 2-Russell»s Ready Mix 108 3-R & R Performance 90 4-Orange Motors 78 5-Silent Sioux 64 6-Kreykes True Value 52 High Series-Dennis Vander Vegte-631 High Games-Dennis Vander Vegte-205-257. Monday League matches postponed. it last week's -play the {western Red Raiders ed Dordt 99-69 and for their second Tri- i title in a row by de jig Yankton 90-80. In both the Raiders had slow but put-lt-all-together second half with their Ipress defense paying off. lihe Dordt game, the Sioux \r visitors held their own beginning of the first po lead the Raiders by a I margin at one point. pcobsen's squad wasn't to fold to the SC club had only one win to roe. Behind a full court . and Gregg Bosch's |y to bucket the ball, the |fs climbed to a 42-38 >t the half, pour point edge was no faction. Despite the ef- i of Steve Crull of Sioux F, the Raiders began to per the Dordt team in Fond half. They ran away J'tie game to finish with [Point lead, 99-69 Gregg Bosch chalked up 32 points for the Raiders, Tom Estes claimed 14 and Dave Aalbers 13. The Raiders defeated Yankton, Saturday, Jan. 21, on the Yankton home court, to win their third Tri-State Conference game in their press for a second Tri-State title in a row. Continuing to use the tight pressing defense that has knocked off previous rivals, the Raiders caused Yankton to turnover the ball 25 times. The Yankton starting five is strong, but the team lacks bench strength. The Raider's speed paid off. The first half was a battle all the way and ended in a tie 47-47. In the second half, Bosch who again found the target, Woudstra and Estes led the Raiders to a 10 point win against a strong Yankton team. The final score was 90-80. Yankton gave a good show statistically claiming 58% of their hits against NW 43. The South Dakota team also controlled the boards 40-34. Bosch, who was high point man for the second game in a row totaled 29 points. Woudstra continued to find the hoop and claimed 22, Estes 17 and Aalbers 10. With this win, the Raiders stand 10-4 in game play and 3-0 in the Tri-State Conference. Season NW 10 4 Bethel 9 5 Yankton 11 5 Westmar 8 6 Concordia 4 6 Sioux Falls 4 14 GAMES LAST WEEK Yankton 102 Southern 83 NW 99 Dordt 69 Concordia 63 Sioux Falls 57 Bethel 89 Westmar 85 NW 90 Yankton 89 Westmar 70 Concordia 59 Bethel 90 Sioux Falls 75 WOMENS LEAGUE Wins Total Woudstra 4 53 Bowling Alley 0 51 Super Valu 3 49 7-Up 0 46 NW Bank 4 40 Haarsma 1 38 K-Products 0 37 Kraal 1 37 De Vries 0 36 Koscot 4 35 yogel 0 32 Van Gelder 4 30 Hubers 4 30 Wells 3 23 High Game-Jack De Haan-235 High Series-JackDeHaan-595 MOC sophs rock Rockets by 73-53 By Jay Dorschner Recently the Dutchmen sophomores won handily over the Rock Valley Rockets 7353. The half ended 31-26 In Dutchmen favor. Doug De Haan led the game's scoring with 22 followed by Jim Siebers- ma with 18. The Rockets high NW Lady Raiders lose opener, win 1 The Northwestern women's basketball team opened the season with a loss against Buena Vista at Storm Lake (61-45) but bounced back to post a victory against Sioux Empire In their second try. (60-45). In the Buena Vista match Mary Ver Steeg, 5'8" center forward from Sioux Center, came off the bench in the second quarter for the Lady Raiders to claim 16 points but her efforts were not enough. Experiencing a very cold first quarter, the NW club finished with 26% from the field and 46% from the free throw line. The Buena Vista team topp- .. ed tbBnlflW .women; in, .height and the NW team had four players foul out in their attempt to stop the Storm Lake women. Deb Thomsen, Judy Boom, Joyce Wlnterhof, and Vicky Birchard were all benched in their defensive efforts. In their second ball game of the season, the Northwestern Women posted their first victory over Sioux Empire (60-45). Led by Mary Ver Steeg's ability to find the net and to chalk up 22 points and Vicky Blrchard's 17 points, the Lady Raiders held a 31-17 half time advantage. Sioux Empire came within four points in the final quarter but NW came back to hold them off The NW team shot 5 6% from the field and 47% from the free throw line. scorer was Mike Visser with 16. Al Brinkman chucked in 14 for Rock Valley. Jeff Van Rooyen sacked 11 points, along with Randy Lubbers, who came off the bench. Brad Roos was scoreless and Tim Vellinga marked 3 to round the starting line-up. Rod De Jong scored 6 and Gerry Bomgaars 2. This was the 9th victory in a row for the Dutchmen team. For many farmers and ranchers this could be the right time to put credit obligations on a more favorable basis. We'd like to show you how a Land Bank loan can make your debt easier to manage, yet provide flexibility for the future. L7VNDB7VNK Jay I. Mann, Mgr. Jim A. Heimes, Ass't Mgr. Sheldon, Iowa Hdwe. NOT be closed for inventory at the end ofJanuary Marion Andringa will assume ownership from Joe Kreykes on Febr. 1. „ U«SS«S«*»«>SS<^^ The 2,000year old way to completely relax MEET Northwestern vs BRACKING' NAILS. nildren , men nation] id dermal buffer top" [or daysJf stre of NAT are is notW 3 YOU! PV Tom Becker ,.i Valley racked up their [straight win by downing |«ockets of Rock Valley e they were assesed-thelr defeat in a game against Christian. Both games r e respective opponents « down to the final [s. I** first game the Rockets " « out to the final se- when their high point «on Pederson with 21. l> corner shot and missed, I"? the T-Birds ahead - 65,64. In the game against the Unitjf Christian Knights the outcome proved to be just the opposite for Floyd Valley. In the final seconds Dale Karssen took a shot that missed. This shot was rebounded and tipped by a number of T-Birds but to no avail. When the buzzer sounded the scoreboard showed Unity ahead by two points, 44 to 42 thus giving Floyd Valley their first The ancient Romans knew steam soothed as well as deep-cleaned. It's one reason the daily spa was so important in Roman life. We think they had a good idea. So Battle Creek borrowed it, improved on it, and developed the mobile NUSAUNA Steam r*B« tnree or more play"> double figures. The was Doug 21 points. Next Marv Schipper "•-s the one who "«,r*"' Js l * s * bucket y»m ahead by one, " as Keith Mark Van L , «,„ Unlike all the rest of the games, Floyd Valley produced only one player, Marv Schipper in double fibres Marv dropped in a total of 15. One reason for the low scoring by the T-Birds' players was that they shot only 29 per cent .from the field. NUSAUNA stimulates circulation. Flushes out grouncMn dirt. Wrinw out excaw body fluids, And rer lie yea muscular aches. The result is yoi* feel better and enjoy life more. What's more, the NUSAUNA is dual- purpose. A short (10 minute) exposure leaves you refreshed and invigorated, while a 20 minute session totally relaxes you for a calmed, restful sleep. TOTAL POINTS RV Doug Becker Marv Schipper Mark Van Roekel Keith Rensink Dale Karssen UNITY 21 8 18 15 10 12 4 9 8 2 Mr* ££ VanZanUn (Dealer) r hat else? The Nusauna I't built in a day! Each is hand crafted to aa- you of complete com' effectiveness and lility. The Nusauna .table ... a compact shea wide. Five posi- ^est adjustment and •backrest aid rest and ition. So watertight in even use it on your o room rug (just plug ., anywhere). No plumb, required. Just a quart water provides all the ithing moist heat needed ..' an invigorating bath, lomes with a timer and , T .iermostat, and is UL approved. Designed to last. The Nusauna Steam Bath by Battle Creek Caution: Elderly persons or je Buffering from heart disease or high blood pressure should j. consult their physician before lining any steam bath equipment. 430 Colorado Ave. S.W. Orange City, Iowa 51041 Area Code 712 Ph,-737-4660 Southern State Wed., Febr. 2 starting at 7:30 />./». Northwestern College Auditorium ADMISSION: Adults: $K50; HS & below 75C \ THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, January 27, 1972—7 ;i

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