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February 3, 1972

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

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Capital MOC mauls W. Lyon iders win 9th in row iand College fell to the on Jan. 27, In an easy I Fremont. This non-con- .game saw the Raiders ivay to a substantial lead intermission. The se- alf spurt has become the In for the Raiders. The IraWng NWflve were 47•the half but took the game 4 , Midland game was the straight victory. There o contention In the se•half of the game as Mid- couldnt get closer than Lts. Northwestern took bf their shots to 38% for n d and the Raiders had a lint edge In rebound (43- Jlders shooting honors Ito Jim Woudstra, Orange L 6'6" Center, with 24 points. Dave Aalbers , 5»10" Alton defensive player, tied Jim with 24-12 from the charity strip. Bosch grabbed 19 and Roger Kempers from Sioux Center, who has been averaging nine points a game for the Raiders, took 16. —12 from the charity strip. Bosch grabbed 19 and Roger Kempers from Sioux center, who has been averaging nine points a game for the Raiders, took 16. The Raiders took their fourth straight league game against Sioux Falls in a 9387 victory on Friday, Jan. 29. As defending champions of the Trl-State Title, the Raiders look as though they'll face little trouble and go all the way to the finish to grab the title for the second season in a row. They have no conference losses. Their season record is 13-4. The Sioux Falls game was no contest after the first four minutes of play. Three Raiders scored in the double figures: Dave Aalbers led with 25 points—again he claimed 11 from the free throw line. Jim Woudstra, who is averaging 15 rebounds a game for the Raiders, pulled In 23 points and senior Gregg Bosch , who lead the team with a 21 point average a year ago, claimed 21. •i State Conference ference jiwestern fel [ton [mar fordla Falls Ion liwestern lei Jordla Falls W L 5 0 5 1 4 1 3 3 13 4 11 5 13 5 10 7 5 7 4 16 brthwestern stayed on top Tri-State conference etball race last week as won their only confer- game over Sioux Falls day night 93-87. The m ige City Bowling Ass'n lay League-Standings as miary 31, 1972. Wins ark RealEstate 119 Y. Life Insurance 105 tin's Upholstering 98 ouxland Harvestore 96 ilsman Gravel 90 m's Deep Rock 88 ton Premium Feed 84 C. Builders 84 ells' Blue Bunny 78 'unt-Cambier 70 Series-Convey Katje- Games-C onley Katje -230 12; Art Jonker-212; Gil- Haverdink-203; Dwalne ler Vegte-203; Ed Lub- 1-202. jsday League -Standings as Nbruary 1,1972. BoorMans 120 Boast to Coast 116 |oux Abstract 110 Ndstra Market 110 Bowling Alley 94 Jl's Floor Covering 94 farm Bureau Ins. 87 p. State Bank 66 3 Haan Electric 63 jjMouw's Super Valu 60 " Series-Harlan De Jong- h Games-Frank Katje-235j ct i Vander Laan-222; us Jasper-221; Harold w Laan 210; Gel Vande 'te-202; j£ff van Rooyan- j Don Post-201; ArlynKat- irsday League-Standings °f January 27, 1972. '°eel Finishes 118 ussell's Ready "Mix 1 10 '..& R Performance 96 'range Motors 85 "ent Sioux 65 •reykes True Value 54 J, Series -Dwaine Vander lte.540. K Game-Dwalne Vander jte*205. Wy Tournament February « March 4, Team entries .1 be completed on or be- 8 February J4, 1972. by Phil Relnders The Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen held the West Lyon Wildcats scoreless for nearly eight minutes at the end of the first quarter and at the start of the second quartet 1 , while netting 17 points themselves en route to an 82 to 42 Siouxland Conference victory.^ The Dutchmen used a tight full court press and zone defense to limit the Wildcats to just 7 points In the first quarter while pouring through 22 themselves. The mighty spurt started about midway through this quarter, and continued on through the first 5 minutes of the second quarter. During this span the Dutchmen five scored 17 unanswered points to raise the bulge to 38-7, The first half ended with the Dutchmen holding a convincing 45 to 12 advantage. Brad Van Rooyen scored 14 points on 7 field goals, some of which came at long range, and Scott Duntop had 5 field goals and one free throw for eleven points. High scoring Daryl Hoogeveen was limited to only one field goal In the first half for West Lyon. In the third quarter the Dutchmen again came out fir- Ing and playing tough defense as they increased their lead to 47 points, 70-23. LEAGUE d 10 stra Alley Wins Total 4 en o 53 product; i- ot -r J 1 4 4 2 0 0 £ 40 40 36 g 30 21 Van otter, Harmel- Gary Te Grotenhuis Trinity Newkirk Dover Alliance College Profs American Jerry Wielenga Rick Roos Bob Van Gelder Calvary Christian Alton Bernie Fedders Cliff Oolman Middleburg Hank Jonker Orville Kroese W 5 5 7 30 32 33 33 31 Unity ekes out win Last Friday, Unity's Knights took their tenth win this season, over the Panthers from Storm Lake St. Marys. The final score was 63-61. brave gave the Red Raiders a real battle as they started out with a ll-l lead. The Red Raiders tied it at 36-36 and then threw in 11 points, to take a 47-36 half time lead. In the second half the Braves again tied It up at 70-70 before the Red Raiders pulled away for a 93-87 victory. The Braves also lost on Friday night to Westmar in another real fine game which saw the Braves ahead at the half 40-32. Westmar caught up at 62 all and won 68-64. Yankton and Westmar locked up instill another battle Saturday night at Westmar. The teams traded baskets the first half and with less than 2 minutes to go In the half, the Greyhounds led by three points and then picked up several quick baskets just before the half to take a 44-35 half time lead. In the second half the Eagles fought back to within 2 points 88-86 with 21 seconds left in the game before the Greyhounds won it 90-87. In the first cross town battle 'between'Bethel'ana" C 6hcordla In the Concordia gyrfi, Bethel won a 75-56 game. At the hair the Royals led by 19, 75-56. Bethel was led by Steve Scrog- glns with 25 points. This week the two northern schools again travel down to play a two game weekend schedule. On Friday Concordia plays at Sioux Falls and on Saturday play at Westmar. Bethel plays at Yankton on Friday and then playatNorth- western on Saturday. Also on Friday night West- mar plays at Northwestern and on Saturday Sioux Falls plays at Yankton. LEADING SCORERS Avg. D. Cullinan, Westmar 29.0 S. Scroggins, Bethel 26.2 S. Becker, Yankton 24.2 J. Woudstra, NW 19.2 R. Taylor, Yankton 19.0 G. Bosch, NW 18.7 B. Bulford, Yankton 18.0 J. Hoehl, Bethel 17.4 D. Hutchinson, Westmar 15.0 D.. Aalbers, NW 14.7 M. Riley, Concordia 14.6 J. Siwicki, Yankton 14.2 D. Timmerman, S. Falls 14.0 Raider grapplers split at Westmar Northwestern defeated Bethel College 36-10 and were beaten by Westmar 35-2 in Tri-State wrestling Sat., Jan. 29. Dennis Dykstra of NW scored the Red Raider's only points when he drew with Steve Tonkin of Westmar 7-7. Northwestern had several close matches with Westmar but managed only a draw for their scoring. The Red Raiders came back to defeat Bethel behind pins by Ray Neville (177 Ib) and Dennis Dykstra (190 Ib), Earning decisions against the Royals were Ken King (118) Jim Bonnichsen (126) Rick Keith (158) and Dan Moser (HWT). Northwestern also picked up forfeit wins by Dave Fjare and Jerry Brown, Church League Volleyball 9 7 6 6 5 f-V tops Sutherland The Thunderbirds of Floyd Valley refused to be associated with a losing slump as they bombed Sutherland in a 76 to 45 rout. This victory brought the T-Blrd record to a very Impressive 11 and 1. The ability the T-Blrds have of putting the ball In the hoop is one reason why they average three players in double figures. Marv Schipper was the leading scorer with 24 points when Floyd Valley pounced on Sutherland. Mark Van Roekel was second with 17 and Doug Becker, the third player, popped in 10. Floyd Valley's rebounding strength came alive as Mark Van Roekel and Tom De Jong bagged 20 and 10 rebounds respectively. The outcome of this game was predicted and shown to the spectators at half time when both teams went to the shower rooms to talk with their coaches. When the fans took a look at the Scoreboard it showed a comfortable lead for the T-Birds of 40 to 20. Floyd Valley's next game Is at home at the Sioux Center gym on Feb. 1 against Hull Western. Starting time for the Junior 7:00. Varsity game Is at Name PTS Marv Schipper 24 Mark Van Roekel 17 Doug Becker 10 Tom De Jong 8 Bob Van Gelder 6 Nolan Palsma 6 Dave Katt 3 Keith Rensink 2 It was not a close game. The Panthers dominated the scoring In the first three quarters and at one point Unity was 13 points under them. Unity began to catch up In the fourth quarter and with 3:20 remaining in the game the score was tied 56-56. Each team scored several times and made the score 61-61. With only a few seconds left Unity broke the tie and the game was won 63-61. Dan Pluim made the most points for Unity with 16. Mike Bosley had 12 forStorni|Lake. Unity outrebounded Storm Lake 50-40 and had a 50% shooting average to Storm Lake's 41%. The half time score was 41-50, Storm Lake leading. Reserves played almost the entire fourth quarter to complete the scoring with the Dutchmen on top 82 to 42. Tom Van Rooyen scored 10 points this half, and brother Brad finished the evening with 23 points, followed by Tom with 17, and Scott Dunlop with 11. Daryl Hoogeveen paced West Lyon with 13 points. MOC raised Its season's record to 9 and 4 and their conference record to 3 and 1. District court Farmers Mutual Coop of Alton has received judgment by default against Joe Heida in the amount of $65.26 with interest at 5% and costs of this action. Final Reports have been filed in the following estates and they are now closed: Estate of Lewis Arthur Munn, Estate of Jennie Druyvesteyn. Russell Vande Brake has filed suit against Frank Katje of Orange City. Plaintiff alleges that defendant has failed to pay rent since the 1st day of July, 1970 and is indebted to him in the sum of $8,000.00 for back rent. That Notice to Quit has been served on him but defendant has not yielded possession of the Building. Plaintiff, as an ac- comodation maker, also signed a note at Northwestern State Bank with Katje, in the sum of $20,000.00, on which there remains a balance due Siouxland Conference The Boyden-Hull Comets, coached by Darwin Bears, strengthened their position on top of the Siouxland Conference with a 75-41 defeat of George Friday night. The state tournament participants of last year remain undefeated in all games this year. Coach Robert Miller's Rock Valley Rockets and the Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen of Coach Don Guthmlller remain strong contenders for the title with wins over Sioux Center (70-65) and West Lyon (82-42) respectively, both challengers maintaining a 3-1 record In Conference play. Central Lyon coached by Gary Kimnltz defeated Akron 69-49, this win following their near- win against the Conference leaders last week. On Friday, February 4, Rock Valley, last years Conference Champions, face Boyden-Hull at Hull In a key game, while Maurice-Orange City entertains George. Central Lyon travels to Sioux Center, and West Lyon plays at Akron. The Standings: W L Boyden-Hull 4 0 M-OC 3 1 Rock Valley 3 1 George 2 2 West Lyon 2 2 Central Lyon 1 3 Sioux Center 1 3 Akron 0 4 HOME AND FARM BUILDING CENTER MATERIALS FOR • FAMILY ROOMS • ATTICS • GARAGES • BASEMENTS • SIDING • EXTENSIONS • DENS • KITCHENS PORTABLE FARM BUILDINGS - POLL FRAMED FARM BUILDINGS - POSTS & FENCING • CABINETS • BEDROOMS • PATIOS • ROOFING • DORMERS • PLAYROOMS • PORCHES • BATHROOMS Quality lumber at a competitive price. Carpenter crew available. Farmer's Mutual Co-op Assn. Phone 4121 LUMBER YARD Maurice, Iowa L 34 34 29 11 28 12 27 14 25 15 24 15 24 19 20 21 18 27 12 Maurice-Orange City H.S. "DUTCHMEN" VS George fri. febr. 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 In the sum of $15,128.5b. Plaintiff asks that defendant pay said promissory note or otherwise "secure said Indebt edness. Vande Brake states that Defendant Is also allegedly indebted to him In the amount of $10,000.00 which was loaned to him on July 27, 1970 to be used In the business known as "Sav-On" Grocery Discount Store. That on Interest has been paid and the full amount If fully due and owing. The Last Will and Testament of Hattle Te Slaa was admitted to Probate and Record. Gerben Te Slaa and Sadie Wolfswlnkel were appointed Executors. Bond was waived by the Will. Martin Frances Schwarz of Sheldon pleaded guilty to the charge of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Intoxicants on January 11, 1972. He was sentenced by Judge Kelley to pay a fine of $300.00 and costs and a drivers license Is not to be Issued for 120 days. Petition for Administration of the Estate of Harvey Anderson, late of Rock Valley, has been filed. Lucille Anderson was appointed Executrix and bond was waived by Court Order. Orlan Gulker d/b/a/ Lebanon Store, has filed suit against Anthony Teunissen asking for Judgment in the amount of $2,575.68 with interest and costs of this action. Said amount is due plaintiff on an open account for goods and merchandise purchased by defendant, and unpaid at this time. The State of Iowa has filed Information against Nlckolas Weyer of Hawarden charging him with Larceny in the Night- Time. Weyer allegedly took 2 stereo tape players from the Bob Witt Standard Station in Hawarden on March 26, 1971. Bond was set at $200.00. Date for hearing in District Court has not been set. lowl News Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer, 9th District President of the American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Don Mouw, Sioux County President of the Auxiliary and Mrs. Lena De Kraay attended the yearly "Americanism Luncheon" sponsored by the Sioux Center American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday noon as special invited guests. Featured speaker at the Luncheon was Mrs. Harry Gibbons from Sioux City who is the State American Legion Auxiliary President. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bomgaars from Newklrk were last Thursday evening supper guests in the home of Mrs. Muriel Powell. The Hiking Club consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Pelt, Mr. and Mrs. Bob De Haan and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boonstra spent last weekend in Omaha. The Franklin Vogel's continued from Omaha onto Denver for a business trip. WESTUNG MEET Northwestern VS Dana Wed, febr. 9 starting at 7:30 p.m. Northwestern College Auditorium ADMISSION: Adults $150; HS & be '°« ?•• ,\ **W«.VS«aS«*!R. Northwestern Red Raiders VS Westmar fri., febr. Bethel Sat., febr. S Prelim games at 5:30 Admissions Adults ........ $2.00 Students (7th & up), $1.00, 1st thru 6th ...... 500 Pre. school ,,..,. Free College THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 3, 1972--7 \

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