The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 24, 1972 · Page 9
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1972
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Raiders wtlk over Tues. f 105-72 downs Knights 61-52 i mnd; met Paullina Wed. [ll Relnders ce-Orange' City W n their first in the Area Sec- ment by beating Unity Knights iday night before owd. battle was a the first quarter s appeared quarter ended re knotted at 11 loosened up in quarter as the jlled away by as points, but the ht back to trail halftime. Tom led the Dutch- me with 12 points Broek counted nlty. imen broke the game open in the third quarter by posting a 44 to 36 lead going into the fourth quarter. The final effort put up by Unity was not enough as the old full court press foiled and the Dutchmen prevailed at the end of the game 61 to 52. Tom Van Rooyen finished with 21 points, followed by Todd Surber with 17, Scott Dunlop with 12 and Brad Van Rooyen with 10 points for the winning Dutchmen. Harley Broek had 19 points and Kim Dooyema 13 for the Knights. The Dutchmen now face Paullina in the second round Wednesday night ( after this week's Issue of the Capital has been mailed.) The winner will face the winner of the Floyd Valley- Marcus game also being played Wednesday night for the championship. Floyd Valley won over Paullina Monday night. M-OC FG FT PF S. Dunlop 2 8-13 2 T. Surber 5 7-7 J. Klinghagen 0 1-3 B. Van Rooyen 2 6-10 T. Van Rooyen 8 5-7 M. Verdoorn 0 0-0 0 0-0 Northwestern's hot-shooting Red Raiders ran away from Dana College in basketball Tuesday night 105-72. The Raiders, now 18-6 In regular-season play, trailed 8-4 In the opening minutes before taking charge behind the shooting of Jim Woudstra, Tom Estes, Dave Aalbers and Gregg Bosch, It' was 52-39 at halftime and the Raiders tacked on another 53 points in the final 20 minutes. Northwestern made no doubt about it from the field, out- goating the Nebraskans 46-24 behind 56.1 per cent shooting. The Raiders also won on the boards by a 42-37 margin, headed by Woudstra's 12 caroms, Estes finished with 20 points to 19 by Woudstra and Aalbers and 14 by Bosch. Dana's Tom Laurltsen was the top scorer with 22 while Brian Traylor added 20. M. Vellinga 17 27-40 F-Vqets revenge over Knights UNITY B. Hubers D. Plulm G. Jeltema H. Broek K. Dooyema K. Huizenga M. De Vries Broek Katje Hengeveld De Groot D. E. T. S. 0-0 3-4 3-3 11-15 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 16 20-28 4 5 4 5 2 2 3 0 1 0 0 26 tied for conference lead tartlng Red Rat- vho didn't score three minutes of their scoring re- 117 points to 92 alls and tied for Title on Sat., gave rival West- Ion late in the Westmar mana- e Yankton to pre- Ralders a tie for Is only managed Raiders for the mtes of play. Af- torthwestern team jte command and 19 half time lead. Dave Aalbers, NW's 5'10" guard with a shooting eye, played an outstanding game melting 28 points, while Gregg Bosch pushed his all time scoring record to 1499 points. Mark Johnson continued to look good, and a fast Tom Estes battled for the ball. The Northwestern team took 53% of their shots to Sioux Falls 46%. In the rebound department the Raiders claimed 49 to 36 for Sioux Falls. Jacobsen played the bench with seven minutes to go. It was freshman, Keyser from Paullina, who dropped the fi- nal bucket for the Raider's scoring record. Four NW men hit in the figures: Aalbers 28, 18, Woudstra 15, and 14. Fifteen men saw double Bosch, Estes action. Don Jacobsen, Raider's coach, said after the game, "We're really happy to get a share of the conference after letting it get away from us. I was real pleased with the way our kids came back. They didn't just lie down." Northwestern has a 17-6 over all record this season and are 9-2 in Tri-State play. kton wins over Raiders st 3 seconds, 80-78 «••. i' ; Jiil'i.:/ 1 ." • • . • • . ,' • •, :<••.•(. Northwestern ictton saw Bill Blu- ikton flnd the mark three seconds of iak a 78-78 tie and ri-State title to •78) on Frl., Feb. NW Auditorium. 6rn took the first •liight and jumped lead early in the With the clock at ankton" five were wlnt. A see-tgaw and the half time an even. 44-44. ig Bucky Aalbers wood at least Woudstra had ling the hoop, but •Raiders climbed to a substantial 10 point lead (62-52) with 12 minutes to play. With the clock reading 10:50, the score was 64• 54. From then on it was down hill for the Raiders. Yankton finally pulled into the lead 75-76 with the clockread- ing 3:52. Bucky Aalbers then converted on a technical to tie the score. A turnover by Yankton gave the ball to Northwestern at 22. seconds and seemed to assure Northwestern the final points. A too eager Tom Estes was charged with an offensive foul. With three se- .conds left in the game, Bluford of Yankton fired the winning shot. tien win last 2 of season ill Relnders rice-Orange City losed out their re>n action last Fri- turday nights with V night the victim Center while on Sht West Sioux fell Dutchmen. These >s raised the seamen record to 14 1 losses with the T Siouxland Con- Sioux Center rais- terence record to I loss, • 0 to 77 conquest enter the Dutch- 1 come back from rter deficit to gain 1> The Warriors 8 to 18 advantage • of the first quar. uW only manage a 'time lead. imen came out fir- second half to gain I lead at the close Warier. This same advantage held up Conference ngmeet ''ern scored 53 Placed second In te Conference wr. lament held Satur!*§ Mtnn ' ^ f had one confer- ton when Ken Krleg Bs Vankton o PPQ n, • U8 pound diyt, ^sophomore from '", was also voted to be the 80 to 77 final score. Dave Bomgaars paced the Warriors with 24 points followed by Kevin Hulstein with 23, and Bruce Lubach and Rob Van Riessen wilh 13 each. Tom Van Rooyen paced the winning Dutchmen with 28 points followed by Scott Dunlop with 17, Jon Klinghagen 15, and Brad Van Rooyen 11. The Dutchmen completely dominated West Sioux the following night in route to a 70 to 36 pasting. The Dutch pulled away earlj^and led 19 to 10 at the first rest stop. In' the second quarter, the Dutchmen poured it on by taking a 34 to 18 halftime advantage, The third quarter was more of the same as the men in purple and white roared out to a 56 to 22 third period lead. The fourth quarter was played on even terms as the Dutchmen coasted home with a 70 to 36 victory, Jon Klinghagen led Dutchmen scorers with 16 points, followed by Scott Dunlop with 14. Stew Hendricks bagged 14 for the losers, Church Volleyball the Hank Jonker Orvjlle Kroese Cliff Oolman Mlddleburg Fedders ., Christian gsb Van Qe}der Rick Roos Jerry Wielenga American Newark W 39 35 36 33 34 32 27 21 21 16 14 13 11 9 8 7 L 6 7 9 9 11 13 16 24 24 29 31 32 34 37 37 32 The bongo beating Yankton fans mobbed their team and carried the coach off the floor. The statistics proved an even match. Both teams hot 46% from the field and grabbed an even 41 of the rebounds. Both committed 15 turnovers. Aalbers hit 17, Estes 14, Kempers and Woudstra 13 for the NW team. This was NW's second conference lose. M-OC JV's win 2 for 15-2 record by Jay Dorschner The M-OC JV's had an aggressive weekend, beating Sioux Center and West Sioux. The Dutchmen moved their conference record to 7-0. Up in \farrior country the JV's led all the way and won77-56. At halftime the Dykes were up 40-30. Brad Wierda led the game's scoring with 22points. Wayne Te Grotenhuis, also a Warrior, sacked 16. Dyke, Doug DeHaan marked 20, and Rod De Jong 12. Other Dutchmen starters were Brad Roos and Jeff Van Rooyen, each scoring 10 points. Jim Siebersma chalked up 9 points. Scott Simmelink and Gerry Bomgaars also tallied for 3 and 2 respectively. West Sioux of Hawarden were defeated by The Dutchmen 80-56. Doug De Haan led in scoring with 23 points. The Falcon's leading scorer with 21 points was Ken Dow. At halftime the Dutch were up by 41-34 and 3rd quarter was 55-42. Lubbers, off the bench, scored 16 points. Roos and Siebersma also matched in double figures, with 14 and 13. NW mat men dump Briar Cliff The Red Raider Mat Men scored 33-18 against Briar Cliff in a dual meet Feb. 16 at Sioux City. Although Briar Cliff jumped to an early lead (12-6), Northwestern wrestlers pulled ahead so that even a heavy weight fall |ate in the meet by Briar Cliff's Burkhardt couldn't save the Cagers, Three Red Raiders pinned their man; Rick Keith, an aggressive wrestler from Relnbeck, in the 150 IP class; Larry Meendering, wlw was the Red Rajders most valu* able pteyer last year, Jn the 158 lb contest, and Ray Neville, sophomore from CJar» Inda In the 177 lb, class, Bill Grant (186), freshman from Spencer and Dennis Pky- stra a Rock Valley sophomore won by a forfeit, By Tom Becker Floyd Valley finished off their regular season when they took revenge on the Unity Knights in a 78 to 49 romp. Earlier In the season Unity handed the T-Blrds their first loss In a 44 to 42 thriller. Some say that the Knights great defense was the main factor but when one looks Into the books you see that the T- Blrds could not hit the hoop. Their percentage of only 29 for the game was clearly seen when they missed four easy tips In the last few seconds. The second time these two teams met the game went at an even keel throughout the first half. The T-Birds shot a poor 21 percent in these first 2 quarters. Again one could say that Unity's defense was a factor although Floyd Valley did get off 33 shots at the basket with the majority of them within 10 feet. The second half jitters fell when Mark Van Roekel, who along with Doug Becker taking the lead scoring spot with 18 points, popped in a basket over the Unity defense. This basket was the down fall of Unity Christian because from then on out Floyd Valley decided to play ball and show that the first game against the Knights was just an off night for their top shooter. At the end of the third quarter the T-Birds lead 52 to 34. Besides being out ahead by 18 points, Floyd Valley also showed it wasn't the Knights defense which prevented the T-Birds from scoring. The question .1..was.solved,.-.w.he.n Floyd Valley hit for 10 out of 15 for 67 percent. The fourth quarter was just a repeat of the third giving the T-Blrds a second half percentage of 16. The game finally ended with the T-Blrds fans being the only ones to look at the Scoreboard. Unity fans turned their heads hoping that this defeat of 78 to 49 was only a dream. If you take a look at the individual scoring you can see why F.V. was the victor. Besides Van Roekel and Becker, with 18, was Marv with 12, Phil 11, Keith 9, Dave K. 6, and Nolan 4. NW women win in double overtime The Northwestern Women's Basketball team handed West- mar's team its first defeat in a thrilling double overtime game to the score of 66-63. Vicky Birchard, 5'8"sophomore from Spencer, led NW with 24 points while Mary Ver Steeg, 5' 8" senior from Sioux Center, added 23 points. In the rebound department, Judy Boom, 5' 7" junior from Larchwood, grabbed 11. With only seconds left in regulation play, Mary Ver Steeg hit a jumper to tie the score at 54-54. In the first overtime, Westmar failed to make both free throws to send it into the second overtime with a score of 59 all. Northwestern then made two quick baskets and three free throws to put NW on top to stay, A major contributing factor in the game was the 70% free throw shooting by the NW ladies while Westmar only shoot 46% from the line. After trailing at the half by a score of 26-25, Northwestern's Lady Raiders settled down to defeat the University of South Dakota team 66-40. Four players scored in the double figures: Deb Thornsen, 5'9" sophomore from Linn Grove, scored 15: Mary Ver Steeg, 5'8'.'senior from Sioux Center, scored 14: Cindy Fliss, 5' 7" junior from Evenly, scored 11; and Judy Boom,--5' 7" junior from Larchwood scored 10. Deb andi Judy each grabbed 8 caroms to lead the team in rebounding. Coaches Mast and Marra used the entire team. The score by quarters was NW 13 25 43 66 USD 17 26 33 40 The new completely automated banks that are 100% burglarproof sound like a good idea. Except that I suppose someone will invent a computer that can be programmed to rob them. Yankton and NW football players drafted by pros received recognition at half-time during the Yankton game, (left to right) Wilson (Y), Korver (NW), Herman, Goodman and Alzato (Y). Pro draftees honored Without Trucks, Jimmy's after-school snack would still be in the cow! ... the bread would still be wheat, the grape jam would still be hanging on the vine. An after-school snack or a nation's economy. Without trucks, they're a jigsaw puzzle with no way to put the pieces together. Iowa communities depend on trucks for their daily existence. Throughout the state, trucks move three out of every four tons of freight, ' 90% of all farm crops and livestock products, 70% of the mail. Enjoy your snack, Jimmy! There's more where that came from ... by truck! An essential service you'll depend on for the rest of your life! IOWA MOTOR If You've Got It, A Truck Brought If TRUQK ASSOCIATION Six Tri-State Conference players who were drafted by the pro-football teams were honored at half-time during the Yankton-Northwestern basketball game on Feb. 18. Lyle. Alzato, a former Yank ton player who has been playing as a starter for the Denver Broncos as defensive end; Les Goodman, Mark Herman, Wendell Wilson from Yankton S.D. and Kelvin Korver and Dave Meylink of Northwestern received recognition. Kelvin Korver. Northwestern's 2701b, 6'6|" defensive end on the Red Raiders has been All-Conference 3 years, 1st team Dist. 15 NAIA 3 years and 1st team All American. He was drafted in the second round by the Oakland Raiders. "Several writers thought he was a figment of the Raider's (Oakland) imagination," said Glenn Dickey in the Oakland Tribune. But nobody dreamed up Korver. He's for real, and because he was picked so high in the draft, he has brought Orange City and Northwestern College into the news- coast to coast. Before the North-South game in Miami, Korver said, "I'm not scared. I can't sleep because I'm afraid I won't be fast enough!" He should have slept. Anyone who saw or heard the North-South game hear Korver's name mentioned at least three time. (The announcer did have a problem placing Northwestern College in la.) Tom La Marre, sports writer for the Oakland Tribune said in his column, "In the North-South game they saw the 6'6-|", 260 pounder (Korver) chase down scrambling quarterback Scooter Longmire of Michigan State and cause him to fumble, setting up the only North touchdown in a 7-6 setback." What does Korver think now? At half-time, while Korver was being interviewed by Norm Wolf of KIAW, Korver said, "ll took me by complete surprise because I wasn't sure I was going in such a high round. I am really anxious to get started. Oakland must be anxious, too, because I've already had two coaches down here who have been working me out every day so far. And as soon as school is out, I head for the west coast. I head out during spring break, March 3." Northwestern's Dave Mey- link, who is fulfilling his military obligation, is in conference with the Philadelphia Eagles. Dave was All-Conference 3 years, 1st team District 15 NAIA 3 years, and Northwestern co-captain 1971-72. Les Goodman from Yankton was All Conference 2 yrs. District 12 NAIA andAll-Am- erlcan two years. He .was (Continued on page 10) Use fans (Continued from page 3) quirement for summer ventilation is so much greater than winter, a' multiple fan system is recommended. Low air flow fans for winter ventilation should be controlled with a thermostat. Newer types of thermostatic control vary the fan speed to regulate the ventilation according to need. Winter fans should deliver 1,000 cubic feet per minute for every 10,000 pounds of animal weight in the building. Summer fans deliver six to ten times that volume of air. WANTED Men Who Love To Sing The Sheldon Chordmasters barbershop singers (SPE- BSQSA) will conduct auditions for chorus members 8 p.m. Sheldon Jr. High Music Room, Wednesday, March 1. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin / in Orange City Tues. & Wed. Febr. 29 & March 1 2-W SPECIAL We're joing the fun . selling silver dollars for 90£ each! (Limit: 2 to a person.) Call on us whenever we can be of service in any of these ways Savings Accounts -- Home Improvement Loans — Travel Checks Checking Accounts -- Personal Loans -- Safe Deposit Business Loans -- Farm Loans — Auto Loans Norfhwesfern Sfafe Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F,D,I,C, THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 24,

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