Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 9, 1973 · Page 10
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Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 9, 1973
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« First Game Thrills Jam-Packed Crowd ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUBS., JAN. 9, 1973 Page 10 Midgetettes Do It All Good Defense Midgetette Deb Hubers goes high to block a shot by Spencer's Jonee Rose as Mary Kenney awaits the rebound. The Estherville girls, behind the shooting of Sue Egland and Ann Hood stung the Spencer Tigerettes 51-22 -in the high school's first girls basketball game in the Es- Cir therviUe gym before an over-flow crowd Monday night.— Photo,by Jim Ferree Hawkeyes Fall to Michigan By LARRY PALADINO Associated Press Sports Writer ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Michigan almost froze in its own freeze Monday night. But anxious Iowa's fouls helped the Wolverines get plenty of free throws late in the game to ice their 71-59 Big Ten basketball victory over the Hawkeyes before a conference home-opening crowd of 12,727 at Crisler Arena. It was the second straight conference victory for U-M in as many games, the other being a vital triumph Saturday over Ohio State at Columbus. Michigan is now 9-3 over-all, while Iowa— an upset winner Saturday over title-favorite Min­ nesota — has a 1-1 conference mark and 6-4 season record. U-M, which led 31-29 at halftime, nudged to a six-point lead at 49-43 midway through the second half and then began stalling. Iowa was guarding man-to-man and Michigan simply kept passing the ball around and dribbling. "We got a little too conservative in it," U-M Coach Johnny Orr said of the freeze, "and we had to come out of it for a while. But we were hoping they would foul us a few times and fortunately they did and we sank the free throws." Michigan, which relied on a balanced scoring attack and a tight defense rather than a su- LEAGUE BOWLING MIXED DOUBLES EARLY FRIDAY NIGHT E'ville Wash All 44 16 J. D. Webb Impl. 40'/ 2 19</ 2 Coast to Coast 37 23 Riverside Beauty 29 1 ,A 3OV2 Laidig's South Side 2G 34 E'ville Pet £• Hobby 25 35 All-American Trans. 21 39 Imperial Cafe 17 43 High Team 3 Games J. D. Webb Impl. 1873 E'ville Wash Ah 1761 Riverside Beauty 1742 High Team 1 Game J. D. Webb Impl. 667 Riverside Beauty 631 J. D. Webb Impl. 616 High Men's 3 Games Art Howard 566 Terry Koenecke 563 Andy Karns 552 High Men's 1 Game Art Howard 215 . Terry Koenecke 215 Mike Dalen 209 Dick Weaver 197 High Women's 3 Games Sheri Jensen 457 Orvilla Weaver 437 Cyndi Koenecke 435 Cyndi Koenecke 435 High Women's 1 Game Sheri Jensen 162 Grace Stigman 160 Cyndi Koenecke 158 IMPERIALETTES LEAGUE MONDAY Hammond Oil 6 2 Brown's Shoe Fit 6 2 Clair's Variety 5 3 Pepsi-Cola 5 3 Mortimore's Groc. 4 4 Phone-tas-tics 4 4 Iowa Trust 3 5 Hoye Rexall 3 5 Imperial Beauty 2 6 Harold's Red Owl 2 6 High Team 3 Games Hoye Rexall 2086 Phone-tas-tics 2084 Hammond Oil 1910 High Team 1 Game Phone-tas-tics 738 Phone-tas-tics 722 Hoye Rexall 712 High Individual 3 Games Bev Whitacre 508 Kathy Ross 466 Diane Moeding 452 High Individual 1 Game Bev Whitacre 209 Diane Moeding 188 Kathy Ross 187 Most long distance station rates are cheaper after 5 p.m. on weekdays /Qi Norfhwe stern Bell and all day Saturday and Sunday. Northwestern sen BY JIM FERREE The Estherville Girls High School basketball team showed a jam-packed crowd in the Estherville gym Monday night why girls' basketball belongs in Estherville by demolishing the Spencer girls 51-22. It was the first historic game for the Midgetettes as they proved to an over-flow crowd they can play the same caliber of girls' basketball that many area schools have been playing for years. It was a particularly beautiful night for senior forward Sue Egland as she warmed the crowd braving sub-zero temperatures outside by pouring in nine field goals and sinking five free throws to lead all scorers for the night with 23 points. Sue connected on nine of 24 baskets from the floor, mostly from medium to long range shots for 37.5 per cent. Right behind her was junior forward Ann Hood with four buckets and 12 charity shots for 20 points. Ann hit on just four of 19 shots from the field but was instrumental in the forward court by hauling in five rebounds. Play by the Estherville girls in the beginning of the contest showed signs of uncertainty and some nervousness was evident but that was to be expected. Estherville girls' Coach Les Lammers had nothing but praise for his first year squad. "We had 31 turnovers to their 50," stated Lammers who is in his 13th year of coaching girls' basketball, "but they did a heck of a job because I've taken teams to the state tournament that have committed as many errors." The Estherville girls took little time in getting started as Ann Hood's layup and two buckets by Sue Egland gave the Midget­ ettes a 6-2 lead with 5:38 left in the first quarter. "Our offensive press at mid- Jim F«rr**, Editor court really spooked them," noted Lammers who has taken four girls' teams to the state tournament in Des Moines. The Spencer Tigerettes came within four with one minute remaining in the quarter, then Egland and Hood hit long jumpers to give Estherville a 15-7 lead at the end of the period. The Midgetettes relaxed with their biggest lead in the first half with 2:51 remaining and enjoyed a 27-18 lead going into the locker room at halftime. The Estherville girls connected on 10 of 28 shots from the field for 35.7 per cent led by Sue Egland's three field goals and three charity shots for nine points. Estherville held Spencer to just seven shots in the second quarter as the Tigerettes hit on six of 21 attempts from the floor at the end of the half for 35.5 per cent. In the second half, a strong defensive-zone press by the Estherville girls held Spencer to just one bucket in the third quarter and one basket in the fourth period as the Midgetettes outscored the Tigerettes 24-4. "I was really pleased with the way we worked the ball in for the inside shots in the second half," commented a jubiliant Lammers. The Estherville girls cooled down in the second half and finished the night hitting on 17 of 56 attempts from the field for 30.3 per cent. Spencer connected on eight of 31 from the floor for a chilly 25.8 per cent. In the Estherville guard court, sophomore Deb Haubers grabbed five rebounds and sophomore Deb Hubers hauled in four. Janet Peterson collected three. Chris Vaubel grabbed eight offensive rebounds in the forward court. Vaubel and sophomore Nancy Long each hit two field goals to round out scoring in the forward court for Estherville. Sheryl Cook led the Spencer girls with six buckets for 12 points. Cindy Ferrendilli finished the night with eight and Jonee Rose hit one bucket. The Estherville girls travel to Sibley Saturday, Jan. 20, to face the Crab girls in another Lakes Conference contest. BOXSCORE ESTHERVILLE NAME FG FT F Pts. Hood, Ann 4 12-8 5 20 Egland , Sue 9 5-4 1 23 Johnson, Deb 0 0-10 0 Vaubel, Chris 2 0-3 4 4 Long, Nancy 2 0-0 14 Hubers, Deb 0 0-0 4 0 Peterson, K. 0 0-0 3 0 Kultala, Kathy 0 0-0 10 Haubers, Deb 0 0-0 4 0 Kenny, Mary 0 0-0 10 TOTALS 17 17-16 24 51 SPENCER Ferrendilli, C. Peterson, C. Cook, Sheryl Rose, Jonee Wilcox, Kathy Hecox, Mary Johnstone, Jan 0 Harmelink, C. 0 Schwank, C. Harris, Nancy Roberts, P. TOTALS 6-8 2 8 0-1 0 0 0-1 2 12 0-3 1 2 0-1 0 0 0-0 6 0 0-0 2 0 0-0 3 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 5 0 0-0 6 0 6-14 28 22 Estherville JV Girls Crush Spencer 39-25 perscoring individual, hit on 19 of 23 free throws, with 16 of them coming after intermission. Sophomore Camp Russell, who is still shaking off the effects of the flu, led U-M with 17 points. His 12 rebounds was second to senior Ken Brady's 13. The 6-foot-10 Brady scored 16 points while fellow senior Henry Wilmore added 14 and soph guard Joe Johnson had 15. Seven-foot Kevin Kunnert of Iowa led all scorers with 23 points, dunking 15 in the first half. He grabbed 11 rebounds, and blocked many shots. The Hawkeyes had 19 turnovers, but their biggest problem was poor shooting from the floor. Candy LaPrince connected on only three of 14 shots, Rick Williams sank four of 14, and Neil Fegebank hit two of nine. "it was a poor ball game," said Hawkeye Coach Dick Schultz. "Michigan is a better team than they played and so is Iowa. If the game had been in Iowa, Michigan probably would have lost." "Our mistakes killed us," he added. "You can't turn over the ball 19 times and beat a team like Michigan." Iowa is at Illinois Saturday. College Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Big Ten Michigan 71, Iowa 59 Illinois 76, Wisconsin 74 Iowa Colleges Eastern Illinois 101, St. Ambrose 84 Iowa Forst-Junior Colleges Iowa State Freshman 73, Wartburg JVs 72 Marshalltown 85, Webster City 73 Platte, Neb., 108, Southwestern, Creston 96 The Estherville junior varsity girls, sparked behind the shooting of Nancy Long, crushed the Spencer JV girls 39-25 Monday night to capture their first win of the season. Long poured in nine field goals and sank two free throws to lead all scorers for the night with 20 points. Laura Goecke was second highest for the night with six buckets and one gift shot for 13. Lori Peterson connected on two baskets for four and Luann Mason completed scoring in the forward court with one field goal. The Midgetettes broke a 10-10 deadlock at the end of the first period by outscoring the Tiger- ette JV 12-4 in the second quarter to own a 22-14 lead going into the locker room at halftime. The home team constructed High School Poll Shows Ames on Top; Spencer 9th The AP PREP TOP TEN First-place votes and records in parentheses. Points awarded on a 12-11-10-9-8-7-6 etc. basis. Points for Top Ten at right. 1. Ames (15) (11-1) 191 2. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (1) (9-1) 166 3. Mason City (11-1) 152 4. West Des Moines Valley (9-1) 140 5. Harlan (10-0) 117 6. Marshalltown (9-2) 105 7. Des Moines Hoover (9-2) 85 8. Mt. Vernon (10-0) 73 9. Spencer (9-1) 40 10. Decorah (8-1) 36 The Second Ten 11. Waterloo East. 12. Des Moines Tech (7-3). 13. Clear Lake (9-2). 14. Treynor (U-0). 15. Ottumwa (7-2). 16. Sioux City Heelan (6-2). 17. Iowa City West (8-2). 18. Aurelia (9-0). 19. Cherokee (9-2). 20. Elkader Central (9-1) and Clinton St. Mary's (9-2). Others Receiving Votes Dubuque Wahlert (7-3), Sumner (10-1), Allison-Briston (9-0), Charles City (8-2), Carroll Kuemper (6-2), Beaman-Conrad (10-0), Burlington Notre Dame (9-1), Buffalo Center (10-1), Des Moines Roosevelt (5-3), Des Moines Lincoln (6-3) and Victor HLV (10-0). When Gene Sarazen was 20 and only three years removed from the caddie yard he won the 1922 PGA championship. He repeated in 1923 and won again in 1933. a 29-17 advantage at the end of the third period and then coasted to its first Lakes Conference win of the season. Coach Jim Harvey stated, "We started out in a zone defense and Spencer had a hard time adjusting to it. We scored a lot of points by the back-door layup." The Estherville JV girls travel to Sibley Saturday, Jan. 20, to take on the Sibley JV girls. JUNIOR VARSITY ESTHERVILLE NAME FG FT F Pts. Long, Nancy 9 2-4 0 20 Peterson, R. 2 0-3 2 4 Mason, Luann 10-1 0 2 Goecke, Laura 6 1-2 0 13 Heyer, Julie 0 0-0 1 0 Vincent, Chris 0 0-0 4 0 Peterson, Ann 0 0-0 2 0 Ham re, Sue 0 0-0 10 TOTALS 18 3-10 10 39 SPENCER Johnson, Gana 2 2-1 1 6 Capener, Cindy 0 0-0 10 Hansen, Juanita 4 1-1 0 9 Norris, Sandy 5 0-0 2 10 Wicks, Susan 0 0-0 10 Roth, Diane 0 0-0 6 0 Wheeler, Teri 0 0-0 3 0 Bishop, Nancy 0 O-O 1 0 Fitzgerald, S. 0 0-0 1 0 TOTALS 11 3-2 16 25 VaubeVs Turn Estherville's Chris Vaubel displays some of her shooting ability as the junior is about to release a shot over a Spencer defender in Monday night's game in the Estherville gym. Vaubel, predicting that the Estherville girls would win big, collected four points on two field goals in the Midgetettes' 51-22 blasting of the Spencer Tigerettes.— Photo by Jim Ferree ISU Wins League Opener AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State opened its Big Eight Conference basketball season Monday night and looked every bit like a contender. "We played a great basketball game for about 30 minutes tonight— and then quit," said Cyclones Coach Maury John after his team ripped Oklahoma State 73-59 with ease. "Over-all, I would say it was a good opener for us," continued John, whose team is 10-3 on the season— the best ISU start in 16 years. "Our defense was just excellent in the first half and for 10 minutes in the second." Iowa State rolled to a 47-30 halftime lead and ran the bulge out to 29 points (63-34) with nine minutes gone in the final half. "There is a natural tendency when you get out that far to let down," added John. "And then too we got to play a lot of people." Oklahoma State, 4-9, over-all had some travel woes and never arrived at Hilton Coliseum until five hours before game time. "We were supposed to get here yesterday and have a practice session," noted Cowboy Coach Sam Aubrey. "But we ran into a snow storm and were delayed." Aubrey said he was impressed with Iowa State. "I think they are a very good ball club," he said. "This was a very though game— as physical as we've been in all year." Iowa State had excellent scoring balance in winning its eighth straight this season at home. Four players scored in double figures including Clint Harris, who played only 13 minutes. FARM AUCTION I will hold a public auction on the farm located 5 miles North of Armstrong, la. on Highway No. 15-or-3 miles South of Carson's State Line store on: THURSDAY, JANUARY 11th SALE STARTS AT 12:45 P.M. TRACTORS 1966 John Deere 2510 tractor with 3 point hitch and near new John Deere F145 3 bottom 14" steerable plow; John Deere 60 tractor; John Deere 1952 'A' tractor; John Deere B tractor; John Deere MT tractor; MACHINERY John Deere 494A planter with dry fertilizer and herbicide & insecticide (like new); John Deere model 37 trailer type mower (like new); Near new John Deere front cultivator; Shaver post driver; Hanson trailer sprayer with, fiberglass tank; Allis Chalmers 13 ft. 6" greaseless bearing disc; 4 Section drag; John Deere 11 ft. field cultivator; 2 Terfehr stubble cleaners; Wagon and flare box; 2 Wagons with hoists and barge boxes; Farmers Friend elevator; Hoist; New Idea side delivery; 4 Section drag; Some miscellaneous items; AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: A nice clean auction with very few small items, so please be on time. — Clark Bros. 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