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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 11

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Even Mark at 4-4 in Juco Standings ESTHERV1LLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 24, 1973 Page 10 Lakers Coast to 106-76 Triumph BOXSCOKE ESTHERVILLE NAME FG FT F Pts. Grcms 17 0 o 34 Bruce 10 3 3 23 Burke 8 1 1 16 Hess 0 0 2 0 Mbbs 1 0 2 2 Brandt 3 0 4 6 Krieger 2 2 2 6 Kees 1 0 0 2 Buckingham 5 1 0 11 Hulst 0 2 3 2 Norfleet 1 1 3 3 TOTALS 48 10 22 106 COUNCIL BLUFFS Hogan 10 6 1 26 Bryson 4 0 1 8 Jones 3 0 4 6 Denham 3 3 2 9 Anderson 1 1 0 3 Pelzer 1 0 0 2 Sperry 0 2 5 2 Horner 1 0 2 2 TOTALS 32 12 18 76 BY JIM FERREE' ILCC Coach Ben Hix had trouble in finding fault with his Sports Jim F «rrM, Editor Lakers after he had just watched his team walk away with a 10676 conference win over Iowa Western of Council Bluffs. "We got a great effort out of everyone tonight," stated a smiling Coach Hix. "It was the first game I was able to let a lot of guys play that have not seen much action." With the overwhelming victory, Iowa Lakes was able to even their record in Iowa JC standings with a 4-4 mark and extend its overall record to 10-6. The Lakers didn't waste any time in showing the visiting team who was going to take command of the contest. The Lakers Jumped to a 10-2 lead ignited by Bob Grems' three field goals with two minutes gone in the game. With 10:21 remaining in the first half, Laker Henry Bruce sparked a nine-point scoring burst which gave ILCC a 30-14 advantage. It was then that Hix began freely substituting his reserves as Jim Buckingham came off the bench to connect on five field goals and one free throw for 11 points. Doug Brandt entered in the first half and threw in three buckets. All totaled, the Laker bench contributed 30 points to the winning cause. The Lakers took a comfortable 52-34 lead into the locker room at halftime on 19 of 38 attempts from the field for 48 per cent. Grems, who finished the night banging in 37 points, had already collected 16 points when intermission came. Iowa Western of Council Bluffs hit 12 of 33 shots from the field for 36 per cent. Grems, a Lakes all-conference selection at Estherville, canned five straight shots in the second half to give ILCC a 70-49 lead with 11:54 left. Buckingham's basket with 2:35 remaining in the contest put the Lakers over the 100 mark with 101-64 lead before a good size crowd in the Estherville gym. Grems finished the night by hauling in 16 rebounds followed by Tramen Burke's 13retrieves. ILCC exploded in the second half with 25 field goals out of 38 attempts for a sizzling 66 per cent. Iowa Western finished the night with 32 of 63 shots for 50 per cent. The Council Bluffs team was sparked by Dave Hogan's 10 baskets and six charity shots for 26 points. Laker Henry Bruce hit for 10 field goals and three gift shots for 23 points and 10 rebounds. The Lakers next host highly- touted North Iowa of Mason City Thursday night in the Estherville gym. ILCC Captures First Wrestling Dual Meet East All-Star Tactics Down West 104-84 Land of Lake(rs)! ILCC Lakers Henry Bruce (with ball), Bob Grems (44) and Jon Krieger (in back) display excellent rebound positioning in the contest Tuesday night which saw the Lakers frolic to a 106-76 win over Iowa Western of Council Bluffs. The victory enabled ILCC to even its conference mark to 4-4 and extend its record to 10-6. The Lakers next clash with Iowa JC power North Iowa of Mason City in the Estherville gym beginning at 7:30 Thursday night.— Photo by Jim Ferree CHICAGO (AP) - The secret of success in the National Basketball Association All-Star game was speed, rebounding and substitutions. "Our entire plan was to run 'em, run 'em, run 'em and get the boards," said Boston Coach Tom Heinsohn after his East team swamped the favored West Tuesday night 104-84. That was half the story. The other half was a substitution pattern that saw Nate Archi- 9 Graettinger, Terril Score Wins Armstrong, Lakota Post Victories The Graettinger Pirates post- stated an optimistic Coach Jim ed their 12th win of the season Reed, "but we will have to be wlth^ti-ia shentfcMrtgot Ayri mi at wi&very best .0$ beat SIQUJC shire, at Ayrshire Tuesday night. The Pirates, paced by junior Dave Ennen's 19 points, owned an 18-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and stretched it to 38-20 at halftime. Graettinger, who is currently tied with Sioux Valley in the Cornbelt Conference lead, built a 62-30 lead at the end of the third period and then coasted in the fourth quarter to its non- conferece win. John Ferrell pumped in 17 for the Pirates followed by Tim Kulow's 12. Steve Moran finished the night with 10. "We played fairly good ball," Valley ger. Friday night at Graettin- At West Bend Armstrong sweptadoublehead- er from West Bend Tuesday night with the Tigerettes edging West Bend 56-54 and the Tigers capturing a 74-25 decision. In the girls' contest, Armstrong jumped to a 16-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and took a 30-23 advantage into the locker room at halftime. The Ti­ gerettes owned a 41-33 lead at the end of the third period to coast Wrestling Coach Gives Advice to Worried Moms Ted Christensen is a wrestling coach in Spencer. He wrote ihis letter and sent copies to all the mothers of wrestlers there. "It is the special plight of a mother to watch her son mauirfc, to see him change as he becomes a man. This is the way it was meant to be, and a mother would have it no other way; stili thars is a tender sadness mixad wiii pride within a mother as hsr son grows. "It is especially difficuh for e AMERICAN LEAGUE TUESDAY Smitty's 9 3 Krenn's Uphl. 8 4 The Cardinal 8 4 Laidig South Side 8 4 Riverside Beauty 7 5 Arts-Way Mfg. 7 5 Leo Lenz Ins. 5 3 Golden Sun Feeds 4 8 Mortimore's 1 7 Morrell's 1 11 High Team 3 Games The Cardinal 2407 Smitty's 2394 Krenn's Uphl. 2384 High Team 1 Game The Cardinal 860 Smitty's 839 Arts-Way Mfg. 836 High Individual 3 Games Joleen Dahl 545 Linda Devitt 508 Helen Houseman , 507 High Individual 1 Game Iva Kleen . Joleen Dahl Lorraine Origer 200 198 196 wrestler's mother, as wrestling makes trying and disciplined demands on her son. Your protec- nveafess is suddenly wrong. He coots lezzs b™iised and tired— aftenuEiS 'i ras-i *3c £oiy and dis- ajri-nr -fc/— tad ycci can do is sigfc tfcstus* 'z&; orjzsit't want syvs^ivs!}. kzxt vat dinner you iars it stiuuiceaSy picked or*r ife-auo* yjur *« is watching Si* »f.iguL Tie liMag room rug it vnnulur-Uifil toon £ mat— vran in -hum* -.Htan'sis -sassles with * ancuw, JSHB fear some htrac mty .sunne. Bin jwe say nothing., r«nau» tZzsz, iecause ytxir KJO is us± iv KHaesSiiag, is fcslkig £ n?« Burg* if. maturity fr'jen til mis. "A latiier may ajsdfcrstand, but it is left VJ the matter to wonder in sOeoce as her son works to become a wrestler. "But wrestling is not all physical. You begin to notice a transformation in your son. A subtle change at first. It is the sport-its attitude and its parallel to life—that is working in him, instilling in him good, solid ftmndations of maturity. "The victories as well as the losses are all a part of it; all factors in your son's developing an awareness of himself. "And you, his mother, must feel every straining muscle, every bruise, every bang on the mat more acutely than lie does- just as yog share in the excitement or disappointment after the match is over. "If wrestling helps to guide your son in the direction you desire, it is worth the effort. "It must do so because mothers are the greatest fans of the •port!" to its victory. Paula Mayne led Armstrong with 27 points. Deb Nelson had 19 and Mary Wagner ripped the' nets for 10. Pam Schuller paced West Bend with 25. Karen Perkins finished the night with 16. In boys' action, the Tigers jumped to a 24-12 lead at the end of the first period and owned a 34-20 advantage at halftime. Armstrong stretched its lead to '62-32 at the end of the third quarter and coasted in the final stanza to victory. Paul Stevens paced the Tigers with 16 points. Mel McElweewas not far behind with 14. Rodger Schmidt had 13 for West Bend while Greg Blair finished the night with 10. At Thompson Buffalo Center scored an easy 81-41 victory over Thompson in a non-conference game at Thompson Tuesday night. The visiting team shot to a 19-8 first quarter lead and coasted to a 41-16 halftime advantage. Buffalo Center outscored Thompson 25-7 in the third quarter to own a 66-23 lead. Paul Steffensen paced Buffalo Center with 26 points. Dave Johnson tallied 15 and Randy Winner finished the night with 12. Dan Ahnemann poured in 17 to lead Thompson to its eighth victory of the season. Thompson is now 8-5 overall and remains 5-2 in State Line Conference action. Thompson next faces Lakota in a battle for second place at Thompson Friday night. At Lakota The Lakota girls boosted their overall mark to 8-7 with a 4835 win over Sentral of Fenton at Lakota Tuesday night. Lakota broke a 10-10 deadlock at the end of the first quarter to own a 25-17 halftime lead. The home team stretched its lead to 36-25 at the end of the third period and went on to notch its eighth win of the season. Lori Siemenns paced the Lakota girls with 21 points. Lana Yaeger finished the night with 14 and Lisa Eichenberger pumped in 13. At Terril The Terril Tigerettes, ignited by the shooting of junior Marlena Blunt, posted an 81-77 victory over the Ringsted Danes in non-conference action at Terril Tuesday night. Miss Blundt connected for 18 field goals and two free throws for 38 points to spark the Tiger­ ettes to their 10th victory of the season. The Danes owned a 28-27 lead at the end of the first quarter but Terril fought back to take a 38-37 edge into the locker room at halftime. The Tigerettes stretched their lead to 61-51 at the end of the third period but had to quell a comeback in the fourth quarter by the Danes. The big difference in that game was at the boards as the Tiger­ ettes outrebounded Ringsted 4130. Terril made 38 of 72 shots from the floor for 52 per cent. Ringsted connected on 34 of 62 from the field for 54 per cent. Ann Cushman contributed to the winning cause by pouring in 22 points. Kris Krieger finished the night with 20. Mary Geesman paced the Ringsted forward court with 33 points. Sue Johnson and Janet Geesman each poured in 22 points for the Danes. Terril is now 10-5 for the season and remains 4-2 in Cornbelt action. The Tigerettes next host the Everly Cattlefeeders Friday night at Terril. bald and Sidney Wicks combine for 21 points in the first quarter for the West, then sit on the bench until the fourth quarter, when it was too late. "You try to figure out who you want in the last quarter," said Bill Sharman, the coach of the West. "You want your best men in there if it's close." "In an All-Star game everybody has to play," echoed Archibald, their mini-guard for the Kansas City-Omaha Kings whose bench-warming prompted a chant of "We want Nate" while the East was breaking open the game in the third quarter. The West went into the game as a slight favorite, primarily because of a towering front line featuring Wilt Chamberlain, Wicks, Seattle's Spencer Haywood,, Golden State's Nate Thurmond, and. Detroit's Bob Lanier. 'Despite "the absence of Kareeih Abdul-Jabbar, who withdrew, for personal reasons, they figured to overwhelm the East. But Boston's Dave Cowens, who led the East with 15 points and both teams with 13 rebounds, spearheaded a hustling, banging board effort that won him the Most Valuable Player prize. And he had valuable rebound help from Celtics' teammate John Havlicek, Baltimore's Elvin Hayes and New York's Dave DeBusschere and Walt Frazier as the East accumulated a rebounding edge of 66-53. "Everybody won the game for us," Heinsohn said. "We had all the fast break guys and that's the way we played the game." The Iowa Lakes Community wrestling team posted the first dual win in the schools history by pinning the Clarinda wrestlers 30-9 at Clarinda Saturday. The Laker grapplers used five straight pins to notch the victory — the first ever by an ILCC wrestling team. Roger Netch (134), Eric Paulson (142), Brad Bucknell (167), Brian Moffitt (177) and Tom Fltspatrick (heavyweight) ignited the Laker win with pins in their weight divisions. Laker grappler Brad Bucknell posted his second pin in a row as he pinned the Clarinda mat- man in 1:54 in the 167 pound class. Bucknell is a sophomore; 126— Harris (ILCC) dec. Alan Baker 3-0. 134—Roger Netch (ILCC) pinned Merrick, 2:03. 142-Eric Paulson (ILCC) pinned Murphy, 1:54. 167— Brad Bucknell (ILCC) pinned Mundt, 1:54. 177- Brian Moffitt (ILCC) pinned Logsdon, 1:46. Hwt-Tom Fitspatrick (ILCC) pinned Carstons, 1:14. College Scores Big Eight Kansas State 77, Kansas 68 Iowa Colleges. Northwestern 91, Dordt 71 Dana, Neb., 92, Buena Vista 80 Loras 62, Luther 59 Parsons 83, Culver - Stockton, Mo., 61 St. Ambrose 99, MacMurray, Dl., 89 Briar Cliff 84, Southern State, S.D., 79 Ellsworth 78, Iowa Central, Fort Dodge, 75 Iowa Western, Clarinda 86, Boone 67 Grandview 112, Marshalltown 79 Eastern Iowa, Muscatine 84, Black Hawk, 111., 63 Iowa Lakes 106, Iowa Western, Council Bluffs 76 Brad Bucknell "HELP WANTED" Des Moines Register seeking Man, Woman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior High Student with car for Sunday Rural Route in the Do I liver Locale. 3 1/2 to 4 hours per Sunday, with average earnings of $94.00 per month. Can be handled out of Estherville, Gruver, Maple Hill, Armstrong, Ceylon or Ringsted. Write: W.L. Stanley, Emmetsburg, Iowa or Call Co I lect 6:00 to 8:00 P.M., 712-852-2182. Prep Stars for SDSU A former Estherville High School prep, Steve Herum, has been singled by South Dakota State University's wrestling coach Warren WUlianson — for his performance in a dual wrestling match with the University at Nebraska Saturday. South Dakota won the meet 2320 to stretch its season record to 12-1 by knocking off the Cornhusk- ers for the sixth year in a row. Steve was filling in for the injured Mike Engels at 158 poundi. "Steve lost the bout in the last few seconds on a takedown, "Williamson said. "Once Steve gets a little more competition under his belt will be able to carry the load pretty well until Mike gets back into the lineup." This weekend the Jacks travel to North Dakota to meet the UND Sioux Friday and the NDSU Bison Saturday. • Thompson Rated HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) Ted Thompson of Iowa Western Community Collage of Clarinda, Iowa, is second nationally in •coring, according to statistics released Wednesday by the National Junior College Athletic Association. 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