The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 9, 1972 · Page 9
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 9, 1972
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Capital 3 Raiders on All-Conference tfints win state berth with romp over Sibley Hon. liyd Valley Thun der- Sl an easy night of It they romped Sibley Gf" 6 ,^ 18 ,^: i)n mo v iQ tnG 1 •* f <5 * |rW s A basket- rte xt week at K fi^ state tour- 'f (or Floyd Valley as Jibs/ore the consol- h( Newkirk, Hospers, jeain of those towns " irances In the big winning coach is fmeer, w no P la y ed ln S state classic with Iter and hit the game- fchot I" lhe champlon- [frlller over Davenport /Valley had easy sall- ,11,$ way In the game. Advantage of the ice- fooling by Sibley, the 1 soared Into a 10-0 » points by Mar v Schip- Mark Van Roekel and Cenerals finally broke {when junior Dan Wes- nutied in a rebound with on the large over- dock. Two FV hoops {sophomore Phil Moss Iched a Sibley bucket by Ackerman before the ol the quarter which Floyd Valley up, 14-4. I was as close. as the nls were to be the refer of the way as they never able to find their _ eye and rarely got Ihan a single shot at isket, id Valley built a 16-point age with 3:20 left in the is Keith Rensink and nailed back-to-back lor a 27-11 talley. straight Sibley count- ers drew the Generals within 11 again at 35-24 midway through the third stanza but Becker's three-point play dashed that brief Sibley bid and by the end of the period Floyd Valley was again comfortable In front by 42-27. Eight consecutive Thunderbird points opened up a 23- polnt bulge (53-30) with 4:03 left and the widest margin was 24 at 61-37 and again at the hom. While the winners were making 21 of 51 field goals for 41.2 per cent, the Generals were a chilly 28.3 per cent on only 15 buckets In 53 tries. And In rebounds the difference again was large. The T-BIrds, sparked by Moss, Van Roekel and Schlpper up (""*.• ' a P ture d 42 caroms while Sibley took down only 24. Part of sibley's trouble I V^,f sence of 6 ' 5 * mioT Scott wilison, who spent much of the game on the bench because of foul trouble. And tnougn his presence would have aided the Generals, It would not have turned the game around. Floyd Valley will take a 21-2 record to Des Molnes while Sibley closes out the campaign with a 12-10 mark Floyd Valley will open Iowa State Class A tournament Play next Wednesday when they meet Alta. f-V wins District Floyd Valley's Thunderbirds fought off Aurella 54-50 for the Class A District championship at the Sioux City Auditorium Friday night. In Friday's game the lead changed hands 14 times and was deadlocked on a dozen occasions, the last time at 48-all with 3:20 to play. Phil Moss, the 6-5 string bean sophomore center tor the T-Birds, got the bucket on a 10-foot jumper that tied It for the final time. From there on It was free throws, which ironically earlier had almost killed FV's chances, and a key bucket by Moss which actually shot them over the top. March Schipper, the T- Bird's hot shooter the first, canned the first half of a one- and-one, missed the second but the leaping Moss pulled NOTICE Will the person who took a pair of western boots from the store by mistake please return to NEAl'SSHOESTORE down the miss from eight feet out and flipped it in for a 51-48 edge that proved to put them in. Aurelia's final effort was a pair of glfters by Tim Hills with 1:40 left but it still was a point short and the Bulldogs, despite some late shots, never scored again. In the final seconds the Bulldogs lost Dave Westphal on fouls with :34 left and Mark Tigges just seven seconds later but on both occastlons the Thunderblrds were unable to pad their slender lead because of missed one-and-one situations as their fans groaned. Then, finally, with the seconds fast ticking away, Keith Rensink was fouled by Randy Tietgen of Aurelia and threw In both shots and Schipper hit another gifter with 12 seconds .remaining to complete the scoring. Hills of Aurella topped all scorers for the game with 20, while Schipper tallied 16, 14 coming In the first half, and Moss and Renslnk 10 each for Floyd -Valley ,_.,__,__I _._ Jim Woudstra, Gregg Bosch and Dave Aalbers were se* lected for the Trl-State All Conference team by the Trl- State coaches last week. And for NW to place three on an eight man team shows NW's team prowess. Jim Woudstra, who averages 20,4 points per game Is Northwestern's sophomore center from Orange City. Jacobsen, NW's coach says, "I think Jim does an excellent job inside for us. He usually is played against players bigger than he Is. As a result he is at a disadvantage in the overall aspects of the game. Jim overcomes this by being quicker. He can get up and down the floor quicker which fits into our style of basketball." Gregg Bosch, who averages 18,5 points per game has broken the NW career scoring record. He Is from Steen, Minnesota. "Greg is our only graduating senior," says Jacobsen. "He has given the necessary leadership to the team which is still young. I feel Greg Is one of the better starters In the conference." Dave Aalbers, NW's guard who averages 15 points per games, is from Alton, Iowa. Jacobsen lauds Dave. "I feel he is the quarterback of our team in that we usually play as well as Dave plays. Dave Isn't very large in terms of most college guards, but he makes up for his lack of height in hustle and desire." Woudstra played in all 25 NW games this season, making MOC freshmen hit 10-3 season record Coach Terry Arend's freshman basketball team was fairly successful this season, winning 10 and losing only 3. The squad played as a team throughout the year therefore there weren't really any superstars. Brad De Jonglead scoring with 143 and an average of 11.0. Kevin Van Otterloo lead the rebounding with 173 and an average of 12.1 per game. Season's Averages Points De Jong Reinders Van Otterloo Blerma Mulder Pals Ritsma Baker 11.0 7.0 6.1 2.11 4.3 1.0 . .8 2.08 (143) (63) (88) (37) (55) (11) '•(8) (34) I keep experimenting with different pencils, different pens, and with different typewriters when I'm writing something and nothing seems perfect. . . and then It usually occurs to me the problem isn't with the instrument. -33.67--offensive; "average""*30.15—defensive average Rebounds De Jong Relnders Van Otterloo Blerma Mulder Pals Baker 3.0 5.03 2.07 12.01 6.08 4.11 .04 (39) (68) (25) (173) (86) (63) (4) Reminder to Members ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Farmers Mutual Co-op Ass'n. Orange City Town Hall Saturday March 11 1:30 P.M. DOOR PRIZES DIVIDEND CHECKS THREE DIRECTORS UN NOW ATTEND WILL BE DISTRIBUTED WILL BE ELECTED Will Be Served Come out to the meeting. . . YOim INVITED! _ Shares in Co-op benefits wers Mutual Coop Ass'n. MAURICE 193 field goals out of 366 attempts for 53%. He chalked up 125 free throws out of 178 attempts for 70%, In the rebound department he clamed 351 for a 14,0 game average. Totoal points for the season added up to 511 for a 20.4 game average. Woudstra Is only a sophomore, sohls scoring record, barring Injuries should be extraordinary. Gregg Bosch played In the 25 games and dropped In 196 field goals out of 403 at- tempts for a 49% average. Prom the charity strlphecon- nected 71 times out of 90 attempts for a 79% average. He made 255 rebounds for a 10,2 game average, His total points were 463 for a 18,5 game average, Aalbers played In 25 games, made 122 field goals out of 284 for 43% and made 125 out of 158 field goal attempts for 79%. He grabbed 81 rebounds and held a 14,8 point average per games. Paullina defeats M-OC easily 74-49 TH-State Conference team Dennis Culllnan Steve Becker Jim Woudstra Greg Bosch Dave Hutchlnson Melvln Rlley Steve Scrogglns Dave Aalbers C Westmar C Yankton C Northwestern F Northwestern F Westmar F Co/icordla G Bethel G Northwestern 6'9" j 6*7" J 6'6» S 6'3" S 6'1»S 6'2" F 5'9" S 5'10" J Clarion Hartlngton, Neb. Orange City Steen, Minn. Plsgah St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Alton by Phil Relnders Paullina used costly errors by Maurice-Orange City and a high scoring last half to easily defeat the Dutchmen 74-49 In the Sectional Tour- nment Febr. 23. The first quarter saw the Panthers pull away to a 17 to 11 advantage that increased to 36 to 26 at the end of the first half. Dave Hlbblng and Larry Hoger did most of the damage by scoring 12 and 14 points respectively to lead the Panthers. Jon Klinghagen popped in 8 points to lead the Dutchmen. The third quarter continued on the same way as the Pan- thers dominated play and increased their lead to 53 to 37. The Dutchmen could not get any closer as Paullina Increased their advantage to 74 to 49 for the victory. The Panthers who completely dominated the rebounding were led by Dave Hlbbing with 19 points, John Hibblng with 17, and Larry Hoger with 15. Tom Van Rooyen scored 11 points, followed by Brad Van Rooyen and Jon Klinghagen with 10 each for the Dutchmen, All work and no play has founded many a family fortune. Red Raiders outran Upper la. Northwestern dropped Upper Iowa in the District 15 semi-final match, played March 4 at Storm Lake with a 87-71 score. Despite the extra Inches the Upper Iowa starting five had on the Raiders, they couldn't put up a show against the conditioned fast-break Northwestern team. With some great outside shooting and tight defense play the NW team climbed 15 points ahead of the Upper Iowa squad by the end of the first half. Gregg Bosch's 20 foot bucket from the field was done with finesse, while the defense, Aalbers and Vander Pol, maneuvered like theyhad ESP. The half time score saw the Raiders with a 5237 lead. After the intermission, the Upper Iowa team simplycould not manage the Raiders' fast break and tired early, Kempers had a hot night and shot with ease from the field. He also got his own rebounds on occasion. The Raiders proved they could run or hold and forced Upper Iowa into a man- to-man defense. Some fancy ball handling by the Northwestern team gave the Orange City fans some excitement. Late in the second half Gregg Bosch suffered a ligament Injury and left the game. Mark Johnson "the Mallard Duck with a good eye" finished the play. Woudstra placed the fl• nal point to end the game wljth an easy win for NW 87-71. Conditioning did the trick for Don Jacobsen's fine club. "We were just in better shape," Jacobsen said. "We did a better job boxing out. We out rebounded them 48 to 34." Northwestern (87) Bosch Kempers Woudstra Estes Aalbers Vander Pol Johnson Totals 31 8 5 7 4 5 1 Wiring Upper Iowa (72) Roup Marske Yanebek Posplsil Bushkofsky Fenneman Tweedy Watson Totals 29 Ref n > Motor Sales & Repair geration Service Score by Halves: Northwestern 52 Upper Iowa 37 3S--87 35—72 No job is too big ... or too small Airman Arlyn Dean De Koter 478-58-9692 PSC box 3102 862nd Security Police Squadron. Minot AFB Minot, North Dakota 58701 FREE estimates De Haan Electric 113 3rd St. N.W. Phone 737-4235 Orange City More than fust a new car HERE NOW! the vinyl canopy roof is free! > — s^^\ —^ . . •.^i^ffr America s hot-selling small car has just come out with a special new version: ~ The Gold Duster. What makes Gold Duster so special is the free vinyl canopy roof. That's right, it's free on a new Gold Duster equipped with whitewalls, special wheel covers, interior vinyl trim and a few other things we think you'll like. 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