The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on March 16, 1972 · Page 9
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March 16, 1972

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 9

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Cap/fa' M-OC varsity 15-6 NOTICE named to MAI A (til \ttritf 15 team second time By Phil Relnders The Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen season came to an end with a 74 to 49 loss to Paulllna In the area Sectional tournament, but it finished the most successful season In a few years with a 15 victory, 6 loss slate. Among the Dutchmen victims were Le Mars Central, a class AA school; Sioux Center, a team the Dutchmen haven't beaten for a longtime} Rock Valley twice; George twice; and class AA Sheldon^ Cross-town rival Unity was also a victim in the Sectional tournament. The six Dutchmen losses came at the hands of three teams who each beat the Dutchmen twice;Boyden-Hull, Floyd Valley, and Paulllna. The conference record for the men in purple and white was six victories and one loss, good enough for second place in the Slouxland Conference. In the Holiday Conference Tournament the Dutchmen captured third place. of thq Jll . fronf Jim Woudstra, Northwestern sophomore center from Orange City, was picked for the second year in a row to the 1971-72 NAIA All-Dls- trlct 15 basketball team. M. Verdoorn D. Hulsart lity varsity 11-6 statistics have been by the coaches of »y Christian High bas- ,-leains, and some of figures are surprising. Varsity, coached by • fander Berg, compiled 111-6 record but act- oulscored their oppo- by a mere 4 points-1013, The junior var- >r the direction of i, came through with ne 13-3 record and their collective "by a"5W-7'8Tfnar-'" i the varsity and JV's Irst place honors in the ".County Conference- j Broeit was named to [•conference first team |Greg Jeltema and Kim were named to the fleam. Harley a Jun- parked the team again from his forward r leading the team with 187 and In Iplth 232 points and leverage. Harley had nls against Southwest i for his game high, was not especially on offense, 87 , but he was tough on irds, He established [school and conference |. by pulling down 27 p In the game against 'i St. Mary's last .1 this was only the f year of competition '"i he came through e strong performan- rtlcularly against Boy- Nlwhen he collected 23 J' Kim amassed 157 I»r the season andgar- •'13 rebounds. 1N team was led In pyPaulKroezewitha ™«ge while close be" "> Louis Wynla and lema with an 11.0 p' freshman Doug Van puxland Inference N Conference all"is were selected by J coaches this week. M° the honor teams * following; 1, DarylHooge- """ 2, Jay Ds --"•"'•null, S.Jer- i rs, Boyden-Hull, 4. * "ooyen, MOC, 5 f son, Ro ck valley, ".Bomgaars, Sioux |. Dave Land•««», 2. Dave Lyon, 3. Kirk -•->« Center, 4. R °°yen, MOC 5 a ", MOC, 6 . Paul , George. Hofwegen did a good job of hawking the boards and led in this department with 145 grabs. The freshman Baby Knights from Unity Christian closed out the season with an 8-7 record, finishing third In the conference. Brian Obbinkhad a 9.7 average, Steve Brouwer a 9.3, and Barry Miedema a 7.2 average. B. Van Rooyen ^ ? unl °P T- Van Rooyen ... J. Smlts Woudstra, who is 6'6'» and J. Kllnghagen Played for Unity Christian T. Surber High before coming to North- D. DeKoter western, could become one of M Vellinga the few players named to the All-District first team four years in a row. Woudstra averages 20,4 points per game and is good on the rebounds. Jim, who usually plays against centers much taller than he is, does a fine job inside. He has speed which counts and can run the court with ease. Woudstra opposed Upper Iowa's G'8" Dan Marske and Loras's 6'8" Mark Miller is the district playoffs and was able to carry the ball for Northwestern. Barring injuries, Woudstra will break the school scoring record which Gregg Bosch broke this year. Dennis Cullinan a 6'9" junior from Westmar, Dave Platte, a 6'2" forward from Wartburg; Pat Mellory 6'2" guard from Dubuque and Dan Reitbach 6'1" guard fromLo- ras were also named to the All-District 15 team. Gregg Bosch of Northwestern, who is the only senior on the Northwestern basketball team, was an honorable mention selection. Gregg was injured In the Loras game but has played outstandingball for Northwestern. The Northwestern Red Raiders won the District 15 championship for the second year and are spotted tp play West Georgia in the opening game, Tuesday, March 14. Aalbers on Westmar all opponents team The Westmar College Eagles Basketball squad picked PTS 31 249 223 372 0 182 194 13 52 60 12 Totals 1388 FG .3,1% 36% 38% 45% 0% 40% 43% 50% 31% 26% 33% 39% FG% 60% 57% 76% 67% 0% 50% 63% 25% 67% 56% 67% 62% RB 25 120 320 54 0 220 72 10 69 37 11 938 TO 13 69 19 91 0 27 46 2 25 41 9 342 M-OC JVs hit 15-2 by Jay Dorschner Seasons's Record (School) MOC OPP The M-OC Dutchmen JV's ended their basketball season with a very Impressive 15 and. 2 record. Sheldon handed the purple and white squad their first defect 43 to 41. Le Mars Central also won 55 to 70. Both games were non-cpn- ference. Seven of the ten sophomores saw starting action under the direction of Coach Sorenson. The M-OC sophomores could be a major asset for next year's varsity team. M-OC J.V. Basketball Statistics: Remsen St. Mary Floyd Valley Le Mars Gehlen Paulllna Sioux Center Hull Western Boyden-Hull Central Lyon Rock Valley Sheldon West Lyon George Le Mars Central Akron Floyd Valley Sioux Center West Sioux Rebounds Points Average total av/game Doug De Haan 273 16 Jeff Van Rooyen 195 H Randy Lubbers 156 10 Jim Siebersma 152 8 Brad Roos 125 7 Rod De Jong 86 5 Tim Vellinga 52 3 Scott Slmmelink 27 1 Gerry Bomgaars 16 1 Mike Cohen 0 .1 242 14. .5 47 2. .4 158 10. .9 83 .4 135 .1 91 .1 24 .8 25 .1 12 0 3 4. 7. 5. 1. 1. • 2 8 5 9 9 3 4 7 9 2 64 39 62 69 66 68 74 71 73 41 75 57 55 59 52 77 80 FG 44 37 45 38 46 41 36 38 35 0 38 23 40 47 54 52 60 44 53 43 47 33 70 34 38 56 56 FT 53 52 46 56 45 57 46 44 44 0 There will be a bake sale sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary on Saturday, March 18 at the Woudstra Meat Market, beglnningat 9:00 a.m. All legion auxiliary members are urged to donate, locil Newt Mr. George Kulk has returned .after spending a few weeks In California. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bootsma from Sanborn were callers on Tuesday afternoon In the John De Beer home. Tuesday afternoon callers In the John Boone home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boone from Sioux Center and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Boone fi?om Sheldon. Mrs. Robert Vis spent from Thursday to Sunday vlsltlngln the Doug Korver home In Charles City. Mr. Vis went up to get her on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Carn- bler spent last weekend In Na- plervllle, Illinois vlsltlngwlth Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cambier and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boone attended the Glrls'State Basketball Tournament in Des Molnes last week. Rev. & Mrs. Leon Aalberts and family from Cedar Rapids spent last weekend In the Alfred Aalberts home. Rev. Aalberts was attending a meeting at Northwestern College. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boone attended the funeral of former teacher at Woodbine, la. on Monday. Guests in the home of Mrs. Lou Wielenga on Tuesday afternoon were Mrs. Peter R. Wielenga, Mrs. Joe Relnders and Mrs. Andrew De Vries. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Wabeke accompanied Mr. Bas Muilenburg of Ireton to Newell, Iowa last Thursday where they visited with Mrs. Helen Wabeke. Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Bloemendall have returned from California where they attended the wedding of their daughter, Mrs. Linda Kosters. They returned home with Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Dykstra of Maurice who had been visiting the John De Vries' and the Paul Bloemendaal's In California for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Wabeke visited with the Arle Bolluyt's at Edgerton on Tuesday afternoon. Dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Bert Van Maanen on Friday evening were Mrs. Florence R. Mouw, Mrs. Mildred Blumeyer, Mrs. Henrietta Reinders, Mrs. Edith Kraal, Mrs. Arabella Sipma, Mrs. Jennie Jansma, Mrs. Mrs. Jennie Jansma, Mrs. Elizabeth Raak, Mrs. Winifred De Vries, Mrs. Effie Smeenk, Mrs. Ella Tillema and Mrs. Etta Borgman. A birthday dinner was held at the home of Mrs. Al Van Oort on Tuesday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Wm. A. Rozeboom from Ottumwa who was visiting here. Guests included the Rozeboom's, Mr. and Mrs. Al Vander Berg, Mrs. Florence Mouw and Miss Helen Rozeboom. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Van Gelder spent the weekend In Pella visiting with the Dr. and Mrs. Stewart Kanis family. They returned again on Monday. The Guild for Christian Service of the American Reformed Church met at the church on Monday evening. The Literature Department of the Women's Club met at the home of Mrs. Fern Rowenhorst on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Keith Allen In charge of the program and Mrs. G. Fllkkema as assistant hostess. Mrs. Arabella Slpma, Valerie Aden and Mrs. Ella Tillema attended the dedicatory concert at the First Reformed Church in Hosp'ers on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. Plagge of Fort Dodge visited with their mother, Mrs. Wllbert Kots, who is hospitalized, last weekend. Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Sprlk and family from Worthington visited In the homes of Mrs. Albert Sprik and Mr. and Mrs. John Walburg on Saturday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs, Larry Muilenburg and family from Springfield, S.D. and Mr. and : Mrs. Harold Mulder were Sun- ; day supper guests in the par- ; ental Marlon Muilenburg home, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Aartsen and family attended a Van Aartsen family gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Van Aartsen In Rock Rapids on Sunday afternoon. Servicemen Airman David H. Meylink 483-66-0489 Box 18281 Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi 39530 Dave Broek, who had a kidney transplant in Tucson, Ariz., last week is doing as well as can be expected according to word received by the family here. Harvey, son of Mrs. Ralph Punt went back to Sioux Valley hospital in Sioux Falls the early part of this week for further surgery on his foot. He was very seriously injured in a farm accident several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrot Doornink have returned home from a months vacation trip spent visiting relatives and friends in Arizona and California. Mrs. John A. Schuiteman her children and grandchildren had dinner together at the local city hall Friday evening, helping her celebrate her birthday. Coming home for the party were the children, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Schuiteman, Leon and Mark, all from Ames. an All-Opponent Basketball team for the first time this year. ' • The opponent team is made up of: Dick Authier, 6'7", from South Dakota University; Den- nis Siefkes, 6'7", from Wayne "State; Steve Becker, 6'8", from Yankton; Dave Aalbers, 5'10" from Northwestern; and Willie Scroggins, 5'10", from Bethel. Does spring have you a new tiome ? HERE NOW! the vinyl canopy roof "1 /^^n ^ Joe Trotzie Contest Rules 1 No purchase necessary 2 Contes , O pen iu <*<> »v- £. h -. rf K i w """--' S&^fMffl«V'?«ffi"«ni.^ '•«Ji»DW.;r«s^« 1 '™«»"'' w '' avi ~' l8 '' v ' c "- l ™ i CHKYSLfiR Plymoutfi PAA Servi SINKEY 6ARA6I lreton lowa ^ I! Start DOING something today! If you REALLY want a new home there's a way you can " start building" today! Open a savings account at the Northwestern State Bank and start saving — that's the first step. Then the real secret is to add to your account regularly -- every pay day, Talk over your plans tonight. Tomorrow open a savings account. Start building that dream home NOW! 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 Northwestern State Bank Office at Maurice ORANGE CITY A FULL SERVICE BANK Member F,DJ,C, !'' «• ik fcO ! •> . 1 J THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, March 16, 1972,.-9

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