Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 29, 1973 · Page 9
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January 29, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

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Down Boone 77-71 ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 29, 1973 Page 9 Free Throws Aid Laker Win The Iowa Lakes Lakers used clutch free throws in the last minute of play to pull out a 7771 win over Boone Junior College Saturday night at Boone. "We almost learned a lesson the hard way" stated ILCC Coach Ben Hix. "We would open up a 10 point lead and then give it right back to them." The Lakers sank 19 of 25 free throws for a good 76 per cent After a closely-fought first half, ILCC went into the locker at intermission with a41-33lead. The Lakers outscored Boone 62 in the final two minutes of the second quarter to construct the Sioux Rapids Posts Cornbelt Victory eight-point margin. The Lakers connected on 14 of 39 shots from the field for 35.8 per cent at halftime while Boone managed a chilly 26 per cent on 14 of 53 attempts. The Lakers took command at the beginning of the second half with a 47-37 lead but Boone, sparked by the shooting of Dave Johnson, caught the Lakers with 10:08 left at 58 apiece. With 3:38 remaining, Boone took over the lead at 71-70 but was scoreless for the remainder of the game as the Lakers reeled off seven straight points. ILCC hit 33 per cent in the Ringsted, Woden-Crystal,Armstrong Score State Line Conference Wins Ringsted split a doublehcader with Swea City Friday night with the Great Danes capturing the girls* contest 61-49 but the boys dropping the second game 64-37. In the girls' contest, Ringsted took off to a 22-12 lead and stretched it to 52-22 at halftime. The Great Danes built a 68-42 lead at the end of the third period to coast to its State Line win. Susan Johnson led the Ringsted girls with 30points. Sisters Janet and Mary Geesman each finished the night with 17 points apiece. Joleen Beatle led Swea City with 24 points. In boys' action, Swea City jumped to an 18-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and stretched it to 32-16 at intermission. Swea City constructed a 46-24 lead at the end of the third period to breeze to its State Line win. Kenin Hansen paced the Danes with 15 points. Darryl Issacson led Swea City with 25 points. Ringsted is now 13-4 overall. At Lakota Lakota split a twinbill with Thompson in State Line action Friday night when Lakota took the girls' contest 43-35 but the Thompson boys came back to capture a 53-47 win. In the girls' match, Thompson broke an 8-8 deadlock at the end of the first period to own an 18-17 lead. Lakota came back in the third period to take a 27-24 advantage and held on in the final period to capture its State Line win. Lesia Eichenberger paced Lakota with 17 and Mary Smith matched that with her 17. In boys' action, Thompson came from behind in the fourth quarter to overtake Lakota's 3532 third-period lead. Terry Sill paced Thompson with 18 points. Dale Siemens connected for 17 to lead Lakota. Micky Berg finished the night with 16. At Woden In State Line action Friday night, Woden-Crystal Lake took a doubleheader from Titonka with the 17th-ranked girls breezing to a 71-52 victory and the boys gliding to a 59-42 wjn. Woden-Crystal held a 12-10 lead at the end of the first period, and behind the shooting of Julie Pergis took a 27-21 lead LEAGUE BOWLING CONTINENTAL LEAGUE WEDNESDAY Doug's Stereo 9 3 Fina 8 4 Solid Five 8 4 Roger's Auto 7 5 Imperial Lanes 6 6 Community TV 5 7 H. K. Scholz 4 8 Harry's Place 1 11 High Team 3 Games Solid Five 2314 a K. Scholz 2292 Doug's Stereo 2262 High Team 1 Game Doug's Stereo 825 a K. Scholz 812 Imperial Lanes 802 High Individual 3 Games Rod Ross 572 Del Benjamin 516 Bob Griffith 506 High Individual 1 Game Rod Ross 201 Rod Ross 201 Rodney Dalen 200 Chuck Ostheimer 195 ODD COUPLES MIXED LEAGUE FRIDAY Jokers 6 2 Four Ups 5 3 Jinxes 5 3 Foxy Burds 5 3 Pumpkin Rollers 5 3 13th St. Bombers 4 4 IS. & Co. 17 Hillbillies 1 7 High Team 3 Games 13th St. Bombers 1746 Jokers 1638 Four Ups 1615 High Team 1 Game 13th St. Bombers 670 Four Ups 587 Jokers 583 High Men 3 Games Charles Whitacre 542 Larry Evans 505 Garry Stepanek 437 High Men's 1 Game Charles Whitacre 207 Larry Evans 188 Charles Whitacre 170 High Women's 3 Games Marie Evans 450 Dixie Iverson 428 Ethel Whitacre 426 High Women's 1 Game Ethel Whitacre 177 Marie Evans 174 Marie Evans 162 Linda Studer 162 JUNIOR BANTAM LEAGUE SATURDAY Blowouts 24 16 King Pins 22 18 The V.I.P .S 22 18 Lane Tamers 22 18 Pocketeers 21 19 Born Losers 19 21 Iowa Fats 18 22 Strikers 18 22 Greasy Gutters 18 22 Bummers 16 24 High Team 3 Games Blowouts 1729 King Pins 1705 Born Losers 1690 High Team 1 Game Born Losers 640 Blowouts 606 Lane Tamers 602 High Individual 3 Games Glenn Rauhauser 486 Doug Weir 465 Mike Steil 460 High Individual 1 Game Glenn Rauhauser 193 Tim Hansen 178 Mike Steil 164 Doug Weir 164 into the locker room at halftime. The Woden-Crystal girls blew the game wide open in the third quarter to own a 51-33 lead and then coasted in the fourth to its State Line victory. Paula Kirschbaum contributed to the winning cause with her 32 points. Brenda Heyer paced Titonka with 28 points. Lowna Schmidt and Rhonda Budloan each finished the night by connecting for 11 points. In the boys' contest, the Woden-Crystal boys led at all quarter breaks 12-10, 33-28 and 4138 before coasting to its State Line Conference w n. Jim Harrington paced Woden- Crystal Lake with 22 points. Greg Sinter and Dan Hansen connected for 14 and 10 respectively for Titonka. Titonka next travels to Lakota Tuesday night in State Line action. At Armstrong Armstrong swept a doubleheader from Burt Friday night with the Tigerettes taking the first game 59-53 while the Tigers captured the second contest 76-62. In the boys' contest, Armstrong owned a 20-10 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Tigers took a 36-28 advantage going into the locker room at halftime and built a 54 -40 lead at the end of the third period. Melvin McElwee pumped in 26 points to lead Armstrong. Paul Stevens and Dave Cronk poured in 17 and 10 points respectively. Joel Jentz paced the Bears with 19 points. Don Scott finished the night with 14, Bob Lappe hit for 12 and Tim Sheirbon collected 11. Armstrong is now 12-5 overall and host Ringsted Tuesday night. At West Bend Ruthven captured a doubleheader from West Bend Friday night at West Bend with the Ruthven girls edging West Bend 5953 and the Ruthven boys having an easier time of it with an 8052 win. In the girls' game, Ruthven tallied a 16-12 first quarter lead and went into the locker room at halftime with a 27-22 advantage. The visitors owned a 4139 lead at the end of the first period to chalk up its Cornbelt win. Lori Rosacker collected 35 and Pat Brown finished the night with 14 for Ruthven. Pam Shuller paced the West Bend shooters with 34 points. Karen Perkins pumped in 10. In the boys' contest, Ruthven owned a 13-12 lead at the end of the first quarter but constructed a 32-26 halftime lead. The visiting team outscored West Bend 27-4 in the third period to own a 59-30 third quarter lead. Phil Geehan pumped in 20 for Ruthven. Ken Grandstaff finished the night with 17, Kevin Wilcox collected 11 and Don Geehan poured in 15 for the winners. Chuck Stetzel connected for 10 points for West Bend. second half—making 14 of 42 at- Thompson tempts from the field. urday. Boone hit 17 of 38 shots from the floor for 44 per cent. "Tramen Burke had a good night for us," noted Hix. Burke NAME FG Fr finished the night with 18 points Grems 8 8 and 17 rebounds. Bruce 6 2 Burke 5 8 Bob Grems pumped in eight Nibbs 6 1 field goals and eight free throws Hess . 0 0 for 24 points. Henry Bruce had Heis 3 2 foul trouble all night but finished Brandt 0 0 the night with six buckets and Kees 0 0 two charity shots for 14. Abner TOTALS 28 21 12 Nibbs poured in six baskets and one gift shot for 13. BOONE Boone's Dave Johnson led all Myers 3 0 2 scorers for the night with 12 field Giles 7 2 goals and three free throws for Filland 1 0 27. Johnson 12 3 "We will have to be at our very Baker 3 2 best this week," commented Hix, Peterson 5 0 "with Creston on Tuesday, Wor- Reimers 1 0 thington on Thursday and Ted TOTALS 32 7 and Clarinda on BOXSCORE IOWA LAKES 2 3 3 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 1 3 1 11 Sat- Sioux Rapids captured a dou­ blehcader from Marathon Friday night with the girls taking the first contest 49-32 and the boys coasting to a 67-45 vic- Pts. tory. 24 In the girls' contest, the Sioux 14 Rapids girls broke to a 13-7 18 lead at the end of the first 13 quarter and owned a 27-19 half- 0 time lead. With a 37-26 advan- 8 tage at the end of the third pe- 0 riod, Sioux Rapids breezed to 0 its seventh win in nine starts. 77 Kathy McKenzie paced Sioux Rapids with 20 points while Karen Ehlers finished the night with 14. 6 Cory Howe connected for 19. 16 2 In boys' action, Sioux Rapids 27 owned a 13-10 lead at the end 8 of the first quarter but Mara- 10 thon closed the gap to 29-22 ad- 2 vantage at intermission. The 71 Sioux Rap ds boys enjoyed a 49- 29 lead at the end of the third period then coasted to its Corn- belt win in the final stanza. Kevin Ehlers led Sioux Rapids with 16 points. Jerry Lehr and Darwin Eaton each connected for 14 apiece. Alan Krebs paced Marathon with 19. Clark Wins Two WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — John Clark won two events Saturday, but the University of Iowa indoor track team suffered a 78-53 setback by Purdue in the season's opener for both teams. Clark took the 880-yard run in 1:53.1 and the mile in 4:13.9. 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