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

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F-V trips Dutchmen f-V wins 13th, top W. Sioux nv PMJ neimfore FJ&Vd Valley kept their 5 By Tom Becker second lowest shooting r»r- This out Hi^m ahoaH hv ers lose to Bethel 86-83 down Concordia 91-61 me brings nee loss stern Red Raped out of their by a battling last Frl. (86- s played a fast, me but couldn't half the Rat- ahead several be overtaken team. A long Dave Aalbers by Woudstra ders into the 1 score early Only fast foot at the boards esc rubbed the nd the Raiders nts with little nutes to play, to hold a one the half, the court with d half the St, ed the whole, s simply could 1 ark, although far behind, imed 36% of is which tells trolled the ball so that the Raiders were forced to foul. And It was Bethel's night! Dave Aalbers, who played well under pressure, claimed 16 points and Gregg Bosch 15 Although the Raiders out rebounded the Bethel team (5342), the Cagers would not collapse. The Raiders took their first conference lose. At the end of this game their conference record was 6-1 and season score 15-5, Northwestern G F T Bosch Kempers Woudstra Aalbers Estes Vander Pol Townsend Johnson 4 3 11 4 2 0 3 1 7-7 15 1-1 7 2-4 24 8-10 16 3-3 7 0-0 0 6-10 12 0-0 2 was top scor- ints, but Jim e In to spark g the second to go the Rai- 2 points bee cagers con- TOTALS 28 27-35 83 Bethel G F T Hoehl 5 0-0 10 Wahibert i 0-0 2 Hill 9 3-7 21 Scroggins 8 7-8 23 Delich 4 7-7 15 Steen o 0-1 o Waring 5 5-7 15 TOTALS 32 22-30 86 Northwestern . ..39 44—83 Bethel. .... .. .38 48—86 Total Fouls—Northwestern 22, Bethel 23. smashes Akron ders =-Orange City ed away to a the end of the and" led all the to a 75 to 53 he Akron Red victory raised season record and 4 losses ouxland"<*Con- v ran to 5 and 1. string of vic- w reached 7. en controlled going out to which finally 8 at the close rter. uarter contin- same lines as aised their ad- to 23 at half- Rooyen bang- nts in the half en, while Mark sed In 8 for r action showed eally breaking as they streak- ed to a 65 to 37 advantage, the largest of the game, at the close of the third quarter. Reserves played the majority of the fourth quarter to close out the game with the final score M-OC 75 Akron 53. Balanced scoring by the Dutchmen was a key as Tom Van Rooyen had 18 points, •^bh"-Klin'ghageff 16, arid Todd Surber 15. Kevin Netten had 14 and Mark Borchers 12 for Akron. Klinghagen also added 18 rebounds, with Dunlop scoring a total of 14. FG FT PF S. Dunlop 2 2-3 3 T. Surber 7 1-1 4 J. Klinghagen 7 2-4 0 B. Van Rooyen 3 3-5 2 T. Van Rooyen 7 4-5 3 D. Zeutenhorst 0 1-2 1 M. Verdoorn 0 0-0 2 M. Vellinga 2 2-2 4 D. De Koter 2 2-2 1 D. Hulsart 00-10 Lead all the way against Concordia After their loss to Bethel, the Raiders took a substantial lead early in the game against Concordia on Saturday. Taking no chances, the NW team didn't relax during the first half. Their lead margin was 42-28 when the clock ran out. They found the hoop without any trouble, and Woudstra and Bosch claimed points with precision. Don Jacobsen's team could have rolled in an over-the- hundred-mark score, but he wisely played his bench. Bosch is the only senior on the starting team, but an experienced bench gives depth to a fine squad. Mark Johnson, Bob Vermeer, and Dave Sikma took command and kept the Raiders almost 30 points in the lead. The final score was 90-61. Woudstra was high scorer with 28, and Gregg Bosch. , added 18. Kempers claimed 16. The Raider's league record is 7-1. Yankton is also 7-1 in conference play. The Raiders will take on Yankton on Feb. 18 in the Northwestern Auditorium to vie for the title. In the over all cage record, Northwestern is second to Wartburg. Wartburg has a 16-2 record to Northwestern's 16-5. Don Jacobsen says, "NW should look real good against Yankton. . We are playing on our home court and we have good bench strength." Akron M-OC 8 23 37 53 20 42 65 75 tate Conference Inal week of -State confer- big showdown western and ppen on the Red n Friday night. he Red Raidt loss of the night and this 7-1 record. At weeks ago the n 90-80, nee title can ubt after that n Saturday the I have to play who Yankton e point 90-87 ago. North- Plays host to 10 they beat at six points 93- Falls had taken the start of toe score was stmar or Sioux elr games on here could be a . depending on Friday night. nal conference Bethel at hoipe on Friday ago Bethel 'he Concordia or Bethel will ' d Place and if s Yankton on Westmar will r <l place, cord 7 1 7 1 5 4 5 4 2 7 0 9 W L 16 5 17 5 12 8 13 9 7 10 •* w »yne State NW 90, Concordia 61 Yankton 85, Concordia 68 Bethel 86, NW 83 Westmar 102, S. Falls 73 Games This Week: Sioux Falls vs Buena Vista Bethel vs Hamline Concordia vs Bethel Yankton vs Northwestern Yankton vs Westmar Northwestern vs S. Falls Bethel vs Morris LEADING SCORERS D. Cullinan, Westmar 26.8 Steve Becker, Yankton 25.3 S. Scroggins, Bethel 23.5 Jim Woudstra, NW 22.2 Greg Bosch, NW 18.6 Raif Taylor, Yankton 18.3 D, Hutchinson, Westmar 16.2 William Hill, Bethel 15.4 Jack Hoehl, Bethel 15.0 JV's wallop Akron By Jay Dorschner Jim Siebersma scored 17 points as the M-OC Dutchmen JV's won easily 59-34 last Friday. Rod De Jong came off the bench to score 10 points along with Tim Vellinga to mark up 7. Other Dutchmen starters were Brad Roos and Doug De Haan with 6 points each, Jeff Van Rooyen 8 and Randy Lubbers 1, Scott Simmelink and Gerry Bomgaars handled 2. Van Rooyen's scores were all in the first half. At halftime the the purple and white team were up 29 to 12. Marlin Harris from Akron scored }0 and Reid Phillips 6, The Dutchmen shot their record up to 12-2 overall and 8-0 in conference. On the 19th of February the Dutchmen team runs up to Warrior County to face a tough Sioux Center team. This will %lso be a Soo-land Conference matchup. By Phil Relnders The Floyd Valley T-Blrds used second quarter scoring: spurt to down the Maurice- 'Orange City Dutchmen 56 to 49 Tuesday night to halt the Dutchmen victory streak at 7 games. The Dutchmen record now stands at 12 victories 5 losses. First quarter action showed a preview of the type of slowdown offense that was played. The Dutchmen led at the end of the see saw first quarter 11 to 9. In the second quarter the T-Blrds put on their scoring spurt outscoring 'the Dutchmen 14 to 7 to take a 23 to 18 lead at halftime. Marv Schipper scored 12 points on 6 field goals to lead the Floyd Valley attack. Jon Klinghagen led the Dutchmen with 7. Throughout the third stanza Valley kept their 5 r , advantage to lead going Infd the final quarter 31 to 26. 1ft a high scoring fourth quitter where both teams mjffehed their first half scoring totals the T-Blrds nianaged to keep their lead despite a full court press applied by the Dutchmen. The flnM score showed M-OC on th4 'short end of a 56 to 49 score, Marv Schipper topped Floyd Valley with 24 points followed by Phil Moss with 12,'bjon Klinghagen scored 15 points and received support frtfm Tom Van Rooyen with 13 : <fod Brad Van Rooyen with 10, ii; • STATISTICS FG FT PF S. Dunlop 3 2-2 0 T. Surber 11-1 5 J. Klinghagen 7 1-3 1 B. Van Rooyen 2 6-11 2 T. Van Rooyen 6 1-1 3 M. Vellinga 0 0-0 0 By Tom Becker The Thunderblrds of Floyd Valley battled the undefeated Comets of Boyden-Hull in a close game which the T-birds dropped by one point, 50-49. Floyd Valley's record now stands at 12 and 2. This game was the kind In which every spectator received the chance to exercise his vocal cords. The scoring between the two teams never widened past 6 points so there was something to cheer about. Floyd Valley again produced 3 players in double figures though this just didn't seem to be enough. Mark Van Roekel led the scoring with 19 points and Doug Becker was second with 13. Marv Schipper took 3rd spot with 10. This may seem to be all that was needed but these points come from the T-Birds Boyden-Hull sneaks past F-V Floyd Valley was handed their thirteenth victory when West Sioux bowed out in the 62 to 44 final. This game, the T-Birds 15th victory out of 18 total, was used to help ready the team for the upcoming tournament game. The game was clearly one- Northwestern Bosch Kempers Woudstra Aalbers Estes Vander Pol Townsend Sikma Vermeer Johnson Anderson Bouma G 7 6 11 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 F 4-4 4-6 6-7 1-1 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 T 18 16 28 7 5 2 3 2 3 4 2 0 Orange City Bowling Ass'n. Monday League - Standings as of February 14, 1972. Wins 1-Clark Real Estate 127 2-N. Y. Life Insurance 119 3-John's Upholstering 108 4-Siouxland Harvestore 106 5-Huisman Gravel 100 6-O.C. Builders 98 7-Ron's Deep Rock 96 8-Alton Premium Feed 88 9-Wells' Blue Bunny 84 10-Punt-Cambier 74 High Series-Dwaine Vander Vegte-577 High Games-Dwaine Vander Vegte-206-222; Frank De Vrles-200; Jerry Ferrell- 200. .......... .,,. , , ... . „. Tuesday League - Standings sided as Floyd Valley led by almost 20 points throughout. Marv Schipper, the leading 'scorer of the game, ran up his high for the year with 27 big ones. Tying for the second spot, though a little ways behind "Skip," were Mark Van Roekel and Doug Becker with 8 points each. The preliminary game was won'by West Sioux, 51 to 34. Floyd Valley's last 2 games are away against M-OC and as of "February 15, 1972. 1-MoprMans 128 2-Coast to Coast 124 3-W6udstra Market 122 4-Stpux Abstract 120 5-Al's Floor Covering 100 6-Bowling Alley 96 7-Farm Bureau Ins. 93 8-N.W. State Bank 72 9-Mouw's Super Valu 70 10-De Haan Electric 67 High Series Earl Clark-584; High Games-Earl Clark-230; Rich Vander Woude-219; Gary Van Ravensway-212; Arie Faber-206; Frank Katje-203. Thursday League-Standings as of February 10, 1972. 1-Vogel Finishes 132 2-Russell's Ready Mix 112 3-R & R Performance 104 4-Orange Motors 91 5-Silent Sioux 75 6-Kre'ykes True Value 62 High Game & Series; Daryl KleinhesseUnk-222-529. 200'-Games; Jay .De Jong- 215; Rich Vander Woude-204; Unity Christian at the M-OC gym. The game against M-OC is on Tuesday, February 15, and the final game, the one for revenge agaipst Unity, is on Friday, February 18. Name Total Points Marv Schipper 27 Mark Van Roekel 8 Doug Becker 8 Keith Rensink 7 Dale Karssen 6 Tom De Jong 4 Bob Van Gelder 2 —Tom Becker Denny Korthals-200. TOTALS 36 18-25 90 Unify beats Spalding Concordia Rode Zabel Oleson Cloeter Rembold Riley Degler Heinrich Zwemke Stenbeck Roth TOTALS G 1 0 3 5 7 5 0 2 1 1 0 F 0-0 0-1 2-5 0-0 1-3 3-4 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-2 1-1 T 2 0 10 10 15 13 0 5 2 3 1 26 9-20 61 Northwestern ... 42 48--90 Concordia 28 33—61 Total Fouls --- Northwestern 15, Concordia 19. By Paul Wiersma Breaking from the "tradition " of winning by two points, Unity defeated Spalding last Friday night by a 20 point margin, 78-58. Most of Unity's winning margin came in the second half. The first half was close with a first quarter tie at 19-19. The second quarter was led by Unity the entire time, but by only a few points. Just before halftime Unity stretched their lead to eight points with the half-time score 41-33. When the teams returned from the locker rooms, Spalding looked as if they were planning to surge ahead. They scored four quick points and it seemed as if they might continue scoring. Then Unity retaliated and kept scoring and scoring. Spalding scored only to points in the quarter while Unity scored 20. The score was then 43-61. Unity maintained their lead in the fourth quarter. They were ahead by as far as 27 points and won easily (for once) 78-58. Kim Dooyema was the game's highest scorer. He put in 17'points for Unity. This win puts Unity in first place in their Conference with 6 wins and 2 losses. Unity's JV's also won against Spalding and are first in the Conference too. Their score was 64-47. Maurice-Orange City H.S. "DUTCHMEN" vs West Sioux Sat, febr. 19 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 The M-OC Elementary Band will be featured as the Pep Band, High School Gymnasium second lowest shooting percentage, 3&%. The final scoring for the Comets came when Jerry Reu- vers was fouled and made the 1st of 2 possible free throws. NW women win two and lose one This past week saw the Northwestern women's basketball team post two wins and one loss. On Tuesday night, the Lady Raiders easily handled the Briar Cliff ladles, winning by a score of 55-40. NW placed two ladles in double figures. Mary Ver Steeg, 5'8" senior from Sioux Center, scored 20 points--16 in the first half, and Cindy Fliss, 5' 7" junior from Everly, scored 16. Deb Thomson, 5' 9" sophomore from Linn Grove, led in the rebound department with 11. Coaches Mast and Marraused their entire bench in the final quarter. Spencer YWCA played host to the NW Lady Raiders on Wednesday evening. Led by the hot scoring hand of Vicky Birchard, Northwestern posted a 66-53 victory. Vicky scored 24 points hitting 75% from the field. Judy Boom, 5' 7" junior from Larchwood scored 17 points while Deb Thomsen scored II points. Deb also led the team in grabbing 9 rebounds. The coaches again used the entire bench. Northwestern played its third game Thursday evening as the Dordt ladies came to play ball. Experiencing a cold night from the floor (28%), the ladies fell to the visitors This put them ahead by 3 with 11 seconds to play. Floyd Valley controlled the rebound of the second shot and called time out to set up their final drive for the win. The ball was given to Mark Van Roekel 'who put in the T-Birds last bucket wisely unhindered but one point short. by a score of 46-41. Mary Ver Steeg was the only NW player in double figures scoring 17 points. Deb Thomsen grabbed II rebounds. This brings the ladies' record to 5-4. On Saturday, February 12, the Northwestern women's basketball team played in the Westmar Invitational basketball tournament. In their first game against Buena Vista, NW played its best game of the season posting a 61-47 win. A big factor in the ball game was controlling the boards as Northwestern pulled down 53 rebounds. Joyce Winterhof, 5» 8" freshman from Cherokee, and Cindy Fliss, 5' 7" junior from Everly, pulled down 11 rebounds apiece while Judy Boom, 5' 7" junior from Larchwood, grabbed 10 caroms. Mary Ver Steeg, 5' 8" senior from Sioux Center, poured in 20 points and Cindy Fliss put in 16 points. In the championship game, Westmar out played Northwestern in the second half to win 76-51. The halftime score had Westmar in the lead by two points, 36-34. Cindy Fliss led in scoring with 13 points, Mary Ver Steeg scored 12. and Deb Thomsen, 11. WOMEN'S LEAGUE Woudstra Bowling Alley 7-Up Super Valu NW Bank K-Products Kraal De Vries Vogel Haarsma Koscot Van Gelder Hubers Wells' W T 4 64| 3 59 0 54 3 54 1 44 4 44 3 44 3 43 1 41 0 40J 1 36 1 35 2 35 2 27 High Game-Lois Jeltema-205 High Series-Lois Jeltema- 527. JV's down T-Birds by Jay Dorschner ; Recently, the M-OC.JDutch- , men handed* Floyd Valley a defeat, 52-38. It was a tie score at 1st quarter, 8 all, and at halftime the score was , 19 all. The third quarter game was close also, with a 33-29 score. The Dutchmen were on top and remained there throughout the rest of the game. In the last minutes the Dutchmen seemed to pour it on as the T-Bird team tired out. Loren Van Gelder and Gary Schipper were the T-Bird high scorers with 13 and 12 points respectively. *•* With Culligan soft water, the only ring nthe bathtub is the one on your finger Over 5,000,000 People Every Day — Enjoy Soft Water The Culligan Way Red Raiders VS tonkton .f febr. t 18 Mis Sat., febr., 19 • Dana Tue., febr., 22 Games at 7:30 Prelim games at 5:30 Admissions Adults ........ $2.00 Students (7th & up) . $1,00 1st thru 6th ...... 500 Preschool ...... Fr99 College Auditoriwti THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 17, 1972.-7

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