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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 10

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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WE»„ JAN. 17, l»73 Page 10 Hix: Tremendous Effort by Lakers BY JIM FERREE Iowa Lakes Community Collego Coach Ben Hix, speaking in a hoarse voice, had nothing but praise for his Lakers after hp had jusi watched them fall to a very good Iowa Central of Fort Dodge team 82-76. "They put forth a tremendous effort," stated the Laker mentor. "Bob Grems, Tramen Burke and Wayne Hess played an outstanding game." With six seconds remaining on the clock, the Panthers from Port Dodge led 80-76 but Tramen Burke was fouled and Coach Hix immediately called time out. "Our strategy was to let Burke make the first free throw but purposely bank the second so we could have a chance to make a bucket and then foul them," stated Hix. Hix's strategy had worked to a tee just 22 seconds earlier as former prep cage star Bob Grems sank the first of a one-and-one foul situation. On the second attempt Grems then threw the ball hard enough to rebound and bank in two points all in the same motion. "We thought we could do the sp.rms thing that Grems had executed so well," explained Hix. Unfortunately, Burke's first attempt hit the front of the rim and non other than Iowa Central's Tony Styles grabbed the rebound to snuff the Laker plan. Styles Skinner sank both his charity shots after being purposely fouled by Doug Brandt and the game was over. But more about Styles: The 6'1" sophomore who had to sit out his first year because of being scholastically ineligible, showed a vociferous crowd in the Esthervillc gym Tuesdv night why he is one of the most sought after junior college players in Iowa. Styles literally threw in 13 field goals and sank three gift shots to give him a total of 29 points after the battle was over. But most of the damage came in the first half as he connected on seven of 14 baskets, some of them zooming in from as far out as 30 foot, to help give the Panthers a 40-30 edge at halftime. Styles finished the night splitting the net 13 out of 20 attempts for a phenomenal 65 per cent. Tort Dodge jumped to a 10-2 lead with just two minutes gone in the contest and took a 20-14 advantage with 11:49 remaining in the half. The Panthers hit three straight buckets in a scoring spurt to give the visiting team a 32-23 lead but the Lakers came on to outscorc Port Dodge 10-2 to make it 34-33 with 3:45 left in the first half. Both teams exchanged six points before the half ended with Port Dodge owning a 40-39 halftime edge. At intermission, the Panthers had connected on 18 of 33 attempts from the field for a hot 54.5 per cent. Along with Styles' seven baskets, forward Tony Lawrence cashed in on six field goals for 12 points. The Lakers went Into the locker room shooting 44.1 percent— hitting 13 of 34 shots from the floor. Tramen Ihtrke paced ILCC scoring with four buckets and sank five free throws for 13 points. The Panthers came wit In the second half and reeled off three straight buckets and outscored the Lakers 10-4 in the first 1:40 of the second half to build a 5043 lead. Iowa Lakes came within one at 52-51 with 12:25 left in the contest. The whole roof of the Esthervillc gym came off when Burke's layup put ILCC out in front for the first time at 5352 with 11:50 remaining in the match. ' But the Lakers didn't enjoy the lead very long as the Panthers bombarded the home team with four straight buckets for a 5853 advantage. "When we took the lead we had four straight turnovers," noted Hix. Por the rest of the way it Brandt Battles ILCC Laker Doug Brandt strains toward the basket against Iowa Central of Fort Dodge's Greg Skinner in Iowa juco action in the Estherville gym Tuesday night. Brandt's one point was not enough to overcome E strong Panther team as the Lakers fell 82-76. Iowa Lakes next travels to Creston to take on Southwestern Junior College Thursday night—Photo by Jim Ferree In State Line Tournament Action Ledyard, Ringsted Win; Armstrong Tigers Advance Late Spencer Pins Defeat Midget Wrestlers 40-18 was a see-saw battle as the Lakers came within three at 72-69 With 2:57 left. But just as it seemed the Lakers would take the lead, Fort Dodge hit three consecutive field goals for a 7871 advantage before the fireworks began in the last minute of action. The Panthers shot a blazing 76.9 per cent in the second half to finish the night connecting on 38 of 59 attempts for 64.6 per cent The Lakers finished the night connecting on 29 of 53 shots from the floor for 54.7 per cent. ILCC hit 14 of 19 shots in the second half for a blistering 73.6 per cent.' Iowa Lakes had four in double figures led by Grems' nine baskets and five gift shots for 23 points. Burke was not far behind with eight buckets and six free throws for 22. Burke and Wayne Hess each finished the night collecting 14 apiece. Panther Tony Lawrence and 11 field goals for 22 points. The Lakers next travel to Creston to take on Southwestern Junior College Thursday night BOXSCORE IOWA LAKES LAKERS NAME FG FT F Pts. In the State Line Tournament at Fsnton Tuesday night, Leo- yard edged by Kate 38-36 in the first game and in the second pne Ringsted damped Bart 7257. • • Ili the first earnest in second round sedan, Ledyard took a 1110 edge at the end of the first quarter but stretched it to 23-17 at halftime. The Panthers constructed a 32-29 advantage at the end of the third period and went on to win its State Line Tournament Allan Johnson led the Panthers with 15 points. Scott Peterson pumped in 12 to add to the winning cause. Rick Hagedorn paced the Tigers with 12 points. In the second game of the night, Ringsted showed why it is one of the powerhouses in the State Line Conference by jumping to a 21-10 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Bears fought back in the second period but a strong Dane Jim Ferree, Editor team held on to a 38-33 advantage. Ringsted was still in the running at the end of the third period with a 54-51 advantage and then coasted to its win in the fourth quarter. Kevin Hansen paced the Danes with 23 points. Bill Wikert pumped in 19, Steve Johnson ripped the nets for 12 and Mark Howe contributed 12. Tim Sheibon led the Bears with 23 points. Bob Lapps finished the night with 18. In the State Line Tournament at Thompson Tuesday night, Armstrong walked past Swea City 61-47 and in the second game Lakota stung Thompson 4532. In the first clash of the evening of second round action, Armstrong owned a slim 14-12 lead at the end of the first period and took a 25-22 advantage into the locker room at halftime. The Tigers constructed a 39-37 lead at the end of the first period and breezed to its State Line win in the fourth quarter. Paul Stevens paced the Tigers with 20 points. Dave Cronk finished the night with 16 and Paul Sarff found the bucket for 13. Daryl Isacsson led the Trojans with his 22 points. Doug Johnson finished the night with 15. In the second game, Lakota burst to a 14-4 lead at the end of the first period and stretched it to 22-10 at halftime. The Eagles owned a 26-20 advantage at the end of the third quarter. Scott Bosmer paced the Eagles with 12. Tim Nelson led the Cubs with 16. Spencer used a decision and three pins in the final four matches of competition to hand the Estherville High School grapplers a 40-18 loss at Spencer Tuesday night. Midgets Pat Clarken and Jim Fitzgerald scored pins in their matches as Estherville fell to an even 2-2 in the Lakes Conference while the Tiger matmen upped their mark to 4-0 in Lakes Conference action. In the 98 pound match, Estherville's Kevin Sifrit opened with a takedown but Allan Johnson followed with an escape and takedown and then pinned Sifrit in 1:23. In 105 pound competition, Spencer's Doug Koch opened the . match with a takedown but Mike Ryan came fighting back posting an escape and takedown to give him a 3-2 lead at the end of the first period. Ryan posted an escape in the second period to notch a 4-2 decision. Estherville's Pat Clarken wrestled one of his best matches of the year after he broke a 2-2 deadlock at the end of the first period to post a reversal and then pinned Tiger Mark Bran- sey in 3:12. In the 119 pound class, Spencer's Kim Galbraith scored a takedown but Dennis St. Lawrence fought back with a reversal to tie up one of the most exciting matches of the night at two apiece. Galbraith followed with a reversal to give him a 4-2 lead at the end of the first period. After a scdreless second period, St Lawrence decided to go home a winner as he posted a near fall with :20 remaining in the match to give the senior a 5-4 decision and give Estherville a 12-6 advantage. In the 126 pound match, Estherville's Dave Brobst managed only an infraction and an es- 1 cape in the fourth period as the junior fell to Spencer's Craig ' Johnson 6-2. In the 132 pound class, Tiger Bob Ginger posted a near fall after a scoreless first period to give him a quick 3-0 lead over the Midgets' Greg McDonald. McDonald could manage only a reversal as the Tiger matmanwent on to score a 4-2 decision, to tie the competition up at 12-all. Spencer took the lead, when John Thomas pinned Esther! vine's Doug Miner in 5:52." ' Estherville's Jim Fitzgerald deadlocked the meet at 18 apiece when the senior pinned Spencer's Tom Metier in 3:56. The pin came after Fitzgerald scored a reversal in the second period to give him a 2-0 lead. Spencer took a 22-18 lead after Tiger Mike Schumann's three near falls, a takedown and a reversal to give him a 11-0 decision over Estherville's Ray Hnnri Tiger Mike Quist pinned Steve Gudgell in 1:56 in the 167 pound match. In the 185 pound class, Spencer's Mick Gray pinned Craig Miner in 1:28 and Tiger Greg Lillie pinned Chuck Tostenson in :45 in heavyweight competition. "The score doesn't indicate how close the match actually was," stated wrestling coach Dee Brainerd, "but our kids did'a fine job against them." The Midget matmen next travel to Cherokee Friday night to take on the Braves. 98—Allen Johnson (S) pinned Kevin Sifrit 1:23. 105— Mike Ryan (E) dec. Doug Koch, 4-2. 112—Pat Clarken (E) pinned Mark Bransey, 3:12. 119—Dennis St Lawrence (E) dec. Kim Galbraith 5-4. 126—Craig Johnson (S) dec. Dave Brobst 6-2. 132—Bob Ginger (S) dec. Greg McDonald, 4-2. 138-John Thomas (S) pinned Doug Miner, 5:52. 145-Jim Fitzgerald (E) pinned Tom Metier, 3:56. 155—Mike Schumann (S) dec. Ray Hood, 11-0. 167-Mike Quist (S) pinned Steve Gudgell, 1:56. 185- Mick Gray (S) pinned Craig Miner, 1:28. Hwt.-Greg Lillie (S) pinned Chuck Tostenson, :45. Grems 9 5 2 23 Bruce 6 2 2 14 Burke 8 6 1 22 Brandt 0 1 3 1 Hess 5 4 0 14 Heis 0 0 3 0 Nibbs 1 0 4 2 TOTALS 29 18 15 76 IA. CENTRAL OF FORT DODGE Hairston 7 0 5 14 Lawrence 11 0 2 22 Jones 4 0 5 8 Styles 13 3 3 29 Hawkins 3 0 5 6 Erwin 0 1 0 1 Gargano 0 0 1 0 Skinner 1 0 2 2 TOTALS 39 4 23 82 lers Estherville JV Grap\ Pinned hy Spencer JV 40-21 Graettinger Posts Tenth Season Win JUNIOR VARSITY 98-Jim Stauch (S) won by forfeit. 105— Mark Peterson (E) pinned Tom Brinkley, 5:40 (exhibition match). 112- Jeff Brobst (E) dec. Paul Stoffel, 12-6. 119— Don Breuer (E) won by forfeit. 126—Mark Boever (E) pinned Bill Stevens, 2:21. 132- Tom Hill (E) drew with Kim Schumann, 4-4. 138— Dave Ash (S) dec. Maurice Boggess, 4-2. 145- Mike Moller (E) dec. Dick Gannon, 5-4. 155- Dan O'Dear (5) pinned Jerry Johnson, 1:00. 167— Sam Chapman <S) pinned Bob Baker, 1:02. 185— Marion Johnson (S) pin­ ned Steven Bland, 4:18. Hwt— Tim Myers (5) pinned Gary Tostenson, 1:43. The Spencer JV wrestlers used four straight pins in the final four, matches to hand the Estherville JV grapplers a 41-20 defeat at Spencer Tuesday night "I was real pleased with the meet" stated Coach Dee Brainerd. "We used freshmen In all the matches except one where Mark Peterson didn't make weight but he pinned his opponent in 5:40 in an exhibition match." Freshman Mark Boever was the only Midget matman to score a pin as he put Estherville out ahead 15-12 after pinning Spencer's Bill Stevens in 2:21 in the 126-pound match. Estherville's Jeff Brobst and Mike Moller were other winners as they posted decisions against their opponents. Midget Tom Hill managed a draw In 132-pound competition and Don Breuer won by forfeit in the 119-pound class. The Estherville JV next takes on the Cherokee JV beginning at 6:45 Friday night at Cherokee. The Graettinger Pirates posted its 10th victor}' of the season by thrashing South Clay 86-59 at Graettinger Tuesday night South Clay owned a slim 16- CLASSIC LEAGUE MONDAY Miner Motors 7 1 Dalen's Farm Store &fc l'/ 2 Blass Skelgas 6 2 Ray's Farm Store 5 3 Firestone 4>/ 2 3'/ 2 South Side Service 4 4 Sheltren's 2% 5>/ 2 Baker Real Estate 2 6 E'ville Laundry l'/ 2 6'/ 2 Tap Inn 1 7 High Team 3 Games Miner Motors 2679 Tap Inn 2626 Dilen Farm Store 2556- High Team 1 Game Miner Motors 965 Firestone 953 Tap Inn 909 High Individual 3 Games Chuck Whitacre Jr. 598 Oarrell Brawner 597 Romaine Peterson 583 High Individual 1 Game Darrell Brawner 240 Chuck Whitacre Jr. 231 Gene St rube 231 Larry Olson 230 Larry Johnson 230 14 lead at the end of the first quarter but the Pirates fought back to take a 38-26 advantage into the locker room at halftime. "We got off to a slow start" stated a jubilliant Coach Jim Reed, "but we came back and played good ball the second and third quarters." The Pirates exploded to a 5836 advantage at the end of the third quarter break and coasted to its 10th win in the fourth period. Graettinger's Dave Ennen paced all scorers for the night by pumping in 21. Steve Moran ripped the nets for 20 and John Ferrell finished the night with 15. Tim Kulow and Kevin Stiles each contributed to the winning cause by throwing in eight apiece. Tom Hamrick paced South Clay with 19 points. Brother Craig Hamrick added 18 and Loren Barstad collected 10 for the losers. "We're really going to have to play good basketball against Ruthven," blurted Reed. The Pirates clash with Ruthven Friday night in Cornbelt action at Ruthven. Iowa JC Scores Boone 76, Walford 73 Sioux Empire 88, Iowa Western, Council Bluffs 73 Palmer 91, Kirkwood 73 Iowa Central, Ft. Dodge 82, Iowa Lakes 76 Ellsworth 60, North Iowa, Mason City 58 ^January Qlaarance 1 GROUP MEN'S SLEEVELESS SWEATERS MEDIUM and LARGE Values To 14.98 1 GROUP MEN'S SHIRTS LONG SLEEVED Values To 9.00 1 GROUP MEN'S TURTLE NECK SWEATERS Values To 20.00 1 GROUP COLORED LEVI JEANS Values To 12.00 1 GROUP BOYS' JACKETS Values To 29.98 1 GROUP MEN'S~50% Cotton 50% Dacron TURTLE NECKS Regular 5.98 M ADAMS ( n c > i t n r J ( . ALL SALES CASH - - -ALL SALES FINAL Closing Out FARM SALE Because of a health condition I must quit farming and will hold a complete closing out sale at the farm located 2% miles north of the Spencer, la. north Y; or \ x k miles south of Fostoria, on Highway 71 m WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24 SALE STARTS AT 12.30 P.M. A & V LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS, FREE COFFEE 3 TRACTORS AND ACCESSORIES 1967 John Deere 3020 diesel with syncro range trans., radio, diff. lock, 3 pt hitch and rolla-matic. 1961 John Deere 4010 diesel with W.F., Cozy Cab, 3 pt. and radio, 400 hours, since major overhaul; 1954 Ford NAA, good condition and good rubber; 15.5x38 duals with cast bolt on hubs; 3 sets J.D. wheel wts. for 10x20 series tractors; 3 sets J.D. wheel wts. for 2 cyl. tractors; 2 sets tractor chains 13x28 and 15.5x38; Heat houser for 3010 and 3020; Steel spade lug wheels for Ford tractor. 26 HEAD CATTLE 13 Hereford stock cows, bred to Purebred Angus bull to start calving about May 1. 9 bull calves and 4 heifer calves from above SELF PROPELLED COMBINE 1963 John Deere 45 self propelled combine with 12 ft header, Love bar, Hume reel, new straw chopper, cab and 210 corn head. All in A-l condition. 800 BALES ALFALFA HAY and Orchard grass, 1972 crop inside. SPECIAL EQUIPMENT, ETC. Naber 3 pt. hitch heavy duty rock digger; Chris Cut 7 h.p. riding lawn mower, 2 years old; Forney 180 amp, electric welder with battery charger; Commercial air compressor; Homelite XL 4 chain saw. FARM MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 1970 John Deere 237 mounted picker with universal mountings, 1000 RPM PTO And 3020 and 2010 side screens; 1968 John Deere BWF 13 ft. 4 in. wheel tandem, with 20 in. H.D. cone blades, ridge buster and extensions; 1971 Ford model 130 4-16 semi Integral steerable plow with heavy duty moldboards and 1 arm anti friction coulters. Plowed less than 200 acres; John Deere 20x7 rubber tired grain drill with grass seed attachment; John Deere 36 A loader with hyd. bucket control dirt bucket anow bucket and 2010 or 3020 mountings; 2 Dakon gravity flow boxes on 10 ton Dakon gears with factory extensions and 11 L x 15, 8 ply tires; John Deere 953 gear with 6x10 elec. barge box and bolster hoist; and many more items CATTLE, HOG EQUIPMENT 3 Round 6 ft steel stocks, near new. Pride of Farm 80 gal. hog waterer. DODGE PICKUP 1866 Podge .200 % ton Pickup, with V -8 engine, 4 speed transmission and Staff en combination stock and grain rack. Will have 1979 licensa.' MIMll KNIIHT, OWNER J M 1 ', SPENCER Ph. 282-5679 • NORVIN OLSqUi'Spencer, Phone 2124535 : > JIM HABVEV f Ayrshire, Ph. 48S.HW AiKtiomars

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