Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 10, 1973 · Page 10
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 10

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 10, 1973
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Midgets Use Five Pins in Lakes Win ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 10, 1973 Page 10 Grapplers Pin Sibley „ Body Press Jim Fitzgerald applies pivssme to Sibley's Wayne Bucklioltz on the way to a pin after 45 seconds of the second period in the 145-pound class. The Midgets continued on for a 39-22 victory over the Generals for their second lakes Conference dual win of the season in three starts.—Photo by Chuck Ostheimer Estherville took advantage of five pins and one disqualification to roll past Sibley, 39-22, Tuesday night to boost its wrestling record in the Lakes Conference to 2-1. The Midgets, however, have a steep hill to climb to .500 for the season, losing all four non-conference matches for a 2-5 mark. The Midgets, in gaining the victory, also led in the statistical departments for the match, holding a 9-5 advantage in takedowns, 4-2 advantage in escapes while both teams had two reverses, three predicaments and one near fall. Recording the Midget pins were Mark Peterson at 105 pounds, Dennis St. Lawrence at 119, Jim Fitzgerald at 145, Ray Hood at 155 and Kevin Sawyer at 167. Jeff Brobst has also built up a large lead before winning on a disqualification and Greg McDonald added a decision to the final Estherville team score. Peterson, boosting his dual record to 1-1-1 for the season, put the Midgets in front to stay in the match. Mark recorded a fall against General Robby Jassey after 1:46 in the third round after building up a 6-0 lead on a takedown and predicament in the first period and reverse in the third. Brobst, wrestling at 112 pounds, recorded his first varsity win of the season with an unusual finish. Jeff was awarded the match after Sibley's Lee Vankley was warned the fifth time for stalling, late in the third period. Jeff was leading 11-0 at the time the match was called, scoring on a takedown and predicament in the first period, an escape and takedown in the second plus four points in the second and third periods for- stalling. St. Lawrence put the Midgets in front 18-3 by pinning General Jay Trewartha in 49 seconds of the third period. Dennis took a 5-0 lead before the fall, scoring on a first period takedown on a third period escape and takedown. Fitzgerald took early control Jim F«rrM, Editor of his match against Sibley's Wayne Buckholtz, recording the pin after 45 seconds of the second period. Jim was in front 4-1 after the first period when scoring on a takedown and predicament and being charged with an infraction. There was no scoring in the second period prior to the fall. Hood used just a little over the first half of the first period to open the scoring and continued right on to record the fastest Midget fall of the night, 1:32 of the first round. Hood's only score prior to the fall, against General Dave Mormann, was the takedown. Sawyer missed topping Hood's pin time by only six seconds, recording a fall against Sibley's Chuck Kruger in 1:38 of the first period. Sawyer recorded two takedowns prior to gaining the pin. Greg McDonald, wrestling at 132, recorded the only Midget decision of the match, a 5-0 victory over General John Clarey. McDonald, after two scoreless periods, recorded a reverse and near fall in the final round for the victory. Freshman Kevin Sifrit suffered a 2-0 loss to Sibley's Al Ellerbroek at 98 pounds, the only score being a first period takedown, Rick Johnson was de- cisioned 4-0 by General Dennis Loetscher and Mark Boever lost a 14-2 decision to General Dan Croatt. Craig Miner was pinned by Sibley's Tom Dagel at 185 pounds and Chuck Tostenson pinned by Sibley's Mike Dagel in heavyweight division. It's also notable that the Midgets lineup for the match against Sibley contained three freshmen, one sophomore and two juniors along with the six seniors. VARSITY 98- Al Ellerbroek (S) dec. Kevin Sifrit, 2-0. 105—Mark Peterson (E) pinned Robby Jassey, 5:46. 112- Jeff Brobst (E) won by default over Lee Vankley. 119— Dennis St. Lawrence. (E) pinned Jay Trewartha, 4:49. 126- Dan Croatt (S) dec. Mark Boever, 14-2. 132- Greg McDonald (E) dec. John Clarey, 5-0. 138— Dennis Loetschen (S) dec. Rick Johnson, 4-0. 145—Jim Fitzgerald (E) pinned Wayne Buckholtz, 2:45. 155—Ray Hood (E) pinned Dave Mormann, 1:32. 167— Kevin Sawyer (E) pinned Chuck Kruger, 1:38. 185 - Tom Dabel (S) pinned Craig Miner, 5:07. Hwt.-Mike Dagel (S) pinned Chuck Tostenson :56. Lakers Down 11 at Half, Win by 16 By JIM FERREE Iowa Lakes Community College Coach Ben Hix glanced at the score book following his team's stunning 98-82 win over Waldorf Tuesday night and blurted, "Man, that's the first time in my coaching career Tve had seven players in double figures. I can't believe it!" Hix was not the only one in disbelief as a shocked Waldorf team walked off the court after they saw an 11-point lead they owned at ha If time become mincemeat for the Lakers in the second half. ILCC came roaring back in the second half after being down 51-40 at the halfway mark and shot a blistering 61.9 per cent from the floor in the second period. ABked what was said to the Lakers In the locker room at halftime to spark the furious comeback Hix commented, "I just told them that they couldn't win on just one or two good shots. Waldorf was hitting real well in the first half and I told them we would have to hit the defensive boards a lot harder In the second half if they wanted to get the job done." The Lakers got more than the job done requested by Hix and it all began at the start of the second half. ILCC outscored Waldorf 12-2 in the first two minutes of play to bring them within three points at 55-52. The Lakers traded two buckets apiece with Waldorf before Wayne Hess' two baskets gave the visiting team a 64-63 lead with 12:03 remaining in the game. Hess, a former prep standout for the Midgets, was not through for the night as the six-foot freshman hit two more buckets to give the Lakers a 68-63 advantage. ILCC kept its scoring machine alive as the Lakers forced Waldorf, into numerous turHbver"s ,: anT'Stble the ball countless times; "It's really funny," stated a jubilant Hix, "we started out in a- man for man and then switched to a zone midway through the first half and I thought after our game with them in the Blue' Water Classic Waldorf would've adjusted to it by now— but they didn't." Hess was just one-half of a fire sparked by the Lakers as Doug Brandt came off the bench and flustered the Warrior guard court into mistakes and was the villian of four thefts leading to easy layups. "Wayne and Doug turned the game around for us in the second half," noted Hix. "They did an outstanding job." The story in the first half was a complete reversal from the second half as the Warriors jumped to an 8-0 lead before Tramen Burke's layup put the Lakers on the scoreboard with 16:30 left in the half. Waldorf, sparked by the outside shooting of Dennis Davis, rolled to a 25-10 advantage with 11:18 remaining but ILCC came fighting back to outscore the Warriors 14-6 in the next four in three rft"31-28 But a cold Civic Auditorium caused by the recent shortages in fuel didn't keep Waldorf from connecting from the outside as they outscored the Lakers 20-12 to own its 51-40 halftime lead. The Warriors connected on 22 of 43 shots from the floor for a very warm 51.1 per cent. The Lakers hit on 18 of 44 from the field for 40.9 per cent. "I think one of the main factors in the game was our defensive rebounding," noted the Laker mentor. "We really started pulling down the rebounds in the second half." The Lakers connected on 26 of 42 shots in the second half for its sizzling 61 per cent while Waldorf cooled down to 33.3 per cent-hitting of 13 of 39 attempts. One of the amazing facts was that the Lakers had seven men in double figures. Bob Grems, along- 'With his eight rebounds, • poured in 18 points on eight field goals and two gift shots. Henry Bruce, Doug Brandt and Abner Nibbs each finished the night with 12. Burke, and Jim Heis rounded out. the night—with, iOapieW. 10»lf0« ! : Waldorf'was'led by'Clarence; Daniels' eight buckets and six charity shots for 22 points. Da­ vis managed only six buckets in the second half and ended up with 21. The Lakers next travel to Wilmar, Minn., to take on Wilmar Junior College Thursday night. BOXSCORE IOWA LAKES gsted Splits Twinbill Up and Over Iowa Lakes Laker Henry Bruce heads for two of his 12 points he scored to help the Lakers demolish the Waldorf Warriors 98-82 at Forest City Tuesday night. ILCC finished the night with seven players in double figures led by Bob Grems' 18 points. The Lakers were behind by 11 points at halftime but overtook Waldorf in the second half with its 61.9 percentage shooting- Photo by Jim Ferree Estherville JV Wrestlers Wallop Sibley JV 47-14 Lack of depth proved costly to the Sibley junior varsity grapplers Tuesday night in a 47-14 setback at the hands of the Estherville JV. Sibley was forced to surrender 24 of the Midgets' 47 points on forfeits when unable to field wrestlers in four weights. In addition to the forfeits, Estherville finished the match with pins from Jerry Ryan at 112 pounds and Maurice Boggess at 138 pounds plus decisions from Marlon Moffitt, Jerry HpJianson and Bob Baker. Ryan recorded a pin against Sibley's Brad Lemke in 23 seconds of the second period, leading 9-0 at the time. Jerry recorded a reverse just prior to the fall. Boggess, after taking a 2-0 lead in the first round against Sibley's Ray Dirksen, scored on a reverse early 'in the second period and proceeded to record the fall after :55 seconds of the round. Moffitt, wrestling at 98pounds, used a first period takedown and second period reverse to record a 4-1 decision over General Doug Loerts. Johanson, at 145pounds, rolled up 12 points in the competition but mustered only a three-point win over Sibley's Randy Johnson. Johanson fell behind 7-2 in the first period, cut the margin to one with four second period points and outscored his opponent 6-2 in the final round. Baker used a big first round to' record an 11-10 win over Sibley's Dave Tutje. Bob built a 9-2 lead in the first two minutes, then added escapes in the second and third periods for the victory. Estherville got a draw from Tom Hill at 132 pounds, the final score in his battle with General Scott Marco ending tied 10-10. Midgets winning by forfeit were Don Breuer at 119, Steve Gudgell at 167, Steve Bland at 185 and Gary Tostenson in the heavyweight class. JUNIOR VARSITY 98-Marlon Moffitt (E) dec. Doug Loerts, 4-1. 105— Ben Christians (S) won by forfeit. 112—Jerry Ryan (E) pinned Brad Lemke, 9-6. 119—Don Breuer (E) won by forfeit. 126—Jay Jeppeson (S) pinned Alan Anderson, 1:30. 132- Tom Hill (E) and Scott Marco drew, 10-10. 138— Maurice Boggess (E)pinned Ray Dirksen, 2:55. 145—Jerry Johanson (E) dec. Randy Johnson, 12-9. 155- Bob Baker (E) dec. Dave Tutje, 11-10. 167-Steve Gudgell (E) won by forfeit. 185-Steve Bland (E) won by forfeit. Hwt.- Gary Tostenson (E) won by forfeit. Ringsted split a doubleheader with Armstrong Tuesday night with the Great Danes capturing the girls' contest 78-60 but the Tigers shocking Ringsted 66-63 in one overtime. In boys action, Ringsted jumped to a 14-9 lead at the end of the first quarter and owned a 27-23 lead at halftime. The Great Danes constructed a 43-37 lead at the end of the third period but Armstrong came fighting back in the final stretch to tie it up at 57 apiece. Armstrong had four players in double figures led by Paul Stevens' 17 points. David Cronk pumped in 13, Paul Sarff poured in 14 and Russ Opsal finished the night with 12. Kevin Hansen led Ringsted with his 24 points. Bill Wikertpumped in 28. In the boys' contest, Ringsted owned a 17-12 lead at the end of the first period, then stretched it to 46.37 at halftime. The Great Danes rolled to a 60-45 advantage at the end of the third period and coasted to its State Line win. Ringsted next travels to Burt Friday night. Burt Tuesday as the girls nipped Burt 77-76 and the boys taking a 65-50 decision. Jo Ann Bush led the Ledyard girls with 44 points while Patty Grubb paced Burt with 31. In the boys' contest, Ledyard owned a 34-21 lead at halftime to post its victory. Alan Johnson poured in 30 for Ledyard and Jole Jantz pumped in 12 for Burt. LEAGUE BOWLING Ledyard swept a twinbill over Starr Refuses Coaching Job GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Bart Starr, who quarterbacked the Green Bay Packers to unparalleled National Football League, success in 16 brilliant playing seasons, is passing up at least one attractive coaching offer in favor of a budding business career. Starr, who retired as a player last July but stayed on as coach of Green Bay's young quarterbacks and was credited with a major role in the club's resurgence, announced his decision to leave the game at a news conference Tuesday, his 39th birthday. "It's just that I have a desire to do other things," said Starr. CLASSIC LEAGUE MONDAY Miner Motors 4 0 Ray's Farm Store 3 1 Dalen's Farm Store 3 1 Blass Skelgas 3 1 Firestone 2'/ 2 IV2 Sheltren's IV2 2% E'ville Laundry 1 3 South Side Service 1 3 Baker Real Estate 1 3 Tap Inn 0 4 High Team 3 Games Miner Motors 2768 Ray's Farm Store 2443 Dalen's Farm Store 2443 High Team 1 Game Miner Motors 985 Miner Motors 905 Dalen's Farm Store 891 High Individual 3 Games High Team 1 Game Krenn's Uphl. 914 The Cardinal 886 Laidig*s South Side 833 High Individual 3 Games Terry Krenn 604 Jan Lange 533 Grace Stigman 526 High Individual 1 Game Terry Krenn 225 Grace Stigman 213 Trudy Bisgard 208 Bob Tuttle Bruce Johnson Paul Fredrickson High Individual Bruce Johnson Bob Tuttle Paul Fredrickson 666 587 570 1 Game 258 247 224 AMERICAN LEAGUE TUESDAY Krenn's Uphl. 7 3 Smitty's 6 2 Riverside Beauty 6 2 The Cardinal 5 3 Laidig's South Side 5 3 Leo Lenz Ins. 5 3 Golden Sun Feeds 3 5 Arts-Way Mfg. 3 5 Mortimore's 1 7 Morrell's 1 7 High Team 3 Games Krenn's Uphl. 2530 The Cardinal 2417 Smitty's 2240 AUCTION SNOWMOBILES JANUARY 13-1 p.m. We Bought Too Many 14 YAMAHAS 8 SC0RPIANS 8 CHAPERALS 290 cc. - 440 cc. Many Good Used Ones Will Sell To Highest Bidder FOLEY'S YAMAHA ALGONA, IOWA Phone 515-295-7266 Hiway 169 - North of Junction 18 NAME FG FT F Pts. Grems 8 2 3 18 Bruce 5 2 4 12 Burke 4 2 4 10 Heis 5 0 1 10 Brandt 6 0 2 12 Nibbs 5 2 2 12 Krieger 1 0 0 2 Hess 9 0 0 18 TOTALS 45 8 16 98 WALDORF Clark 5 2 2 12 Wilson 3 1 1 7 Daniels 8 6 1 22 Frandle . "'•'3. 0 2 6 Davis 10 1 2 21 Darling 6 2 3 14' TOTALS 35 12 11 82 SPENCER NORTH "Y" AUCTION TUESDAY AND FRIDAY SALES 12:30 P.M. Good run of livestock Tuesday and Friday, the pens were full! Lots of action both sales, except on brood sows and feeder pigs in the Friday sales. Feeder cattle strong to $2.00 OWT higher. Partial listing of sales: Feeder lambs (good kinds) $28.00 to $32.00 CWT 11 lambs 101 lbs. $32.60 CWT 62 white pigs, 51 lbs. $27.00 a head' 182 spotted pigs 68 lbs. $32.60 a head Brood cows $280. to $350. a head 5 Holstein Bulls 211 lbs. $97.00 a head 5 Whiteface steers 727 lbs. $45.00 CWT 6Whiteface bulls 317 lbs. $52.75 CWT 9 Mixed steers 467 lbs. $53.20 CWT 5 Whiteface steers 297 lbs. $59.00 CWT 12 Mixed Whiteface heifers 405 lbs. $51.50CWT 27 Mixed steers 492 lbs. $51.10 CWT 19 Mixed heifers 456 lbs. $48.10 CWT 13 Mixed heifers 661 lbs. $42.25 CWT 15 Whiteface heifers 447 lbs. $49.25 CWT 14 Holstein steers 723 lbs. $38.60 CWT 11 Holstein steers 810 lbs. $38.35 CWT 4 Mixed steers 811 lbs. $43.25 CWT 20 Black Whiteface heifers 665 lbs. $42.60CWT 16 Black Whiteface steers 657 lbs. $46.75 CWT 33 Charolais heifers (fleshy) 916 lbs. $37.60CWT 29 Mixed heifers (fleshy) 782 lbs. $38.30 CWT 24 Holstein steers 1190 lbs. $34.10 CWT 2 Whiteface market bulls 1755 lbs. $34.80 CWT 1 Holstein market cow 1230 lbs. $30.80 CWT Bulk of the good market cows $27. to $30. CWT Thin shells dollars CWT lower IF YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK TO MOVE, WE'RE AS CLOSE AS YOUR PHONE. SPENCER 262-4528 or Burroughs Connover 836-2442 Dickens Last week livestock from our auction went to Texas, Nebraska, So. Dakota, Minnesota & Iowa

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