Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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tHUMBAY,M»Y«,ms AlOONA (!«•) ADVANCI- St. John's edges Garrigan into finals Garrigan high school made another Valiant bid but couldn't derail St. John's of Bancroft as the Johnnies edged the locals 5-2 in an li-inning thriller in a semifinal sectional tournament game here Monday. The Johnnies, still hoping to successfully defend their state spring crown they won a year ago, faced Corwith-Wesley in the sectional finals here Wednesday afternoon. Corwith-Wesley moved into the finals with an identical 5-2 victory over Clarion at Corwith Monday. Duane Hutchinson and Don Potthoff hooked up in a fine pitching dual and although Hutchinson had slightly the better of it as far as hits go, they both left after nine innings (that's the high school "maximum) with the game tied 2-2. THEN BANCROFT broke it open in the top of the eleventh off reliefer. Bill Milder. Rob Hatten walked to start the inning and Milder threw wild on Dick Diers' sacrifice to put two on with no outs. Chuck Becker speared a sacrifice attempt by Steve Vaske for one out but then threw wild attempting to double up a runner and Hatten scored. Tom Murray struck out but Don Menke and Tom Goche both walked and Hutchinson then iced it with a two-run single. Garrigan had a good chance to win it in the bottom of the ninth when Joe Becker singled to start the frame and then was sacrificed to second. Dick Bleich walked to put two on with just one out but Dick Salz and Chuck Becker both struck out to end the threat. ' ST. JOHN'S scored its first two runs in the second on three hits by Gene Meister, Diers and Vaske and an error on a Hatten- stroked ball thrown in. The Bears got both their runs after lead-off walks to Joe Becker. In the third he advanced to second on a fielder's choice, went to third on an out and-scored on a wild pitch. In the fifth he scored after a sacrifice by Potthoff and Salz's single. And that's the way the game went until the fourth extra inning— the llth. ST. JOHN'S (5) ab r h Menke, c. 511 Goche, 2b. 502 Hutchinson, p.-lf. __ 5 0 1 Schneider, cf. 600 Meister, ss. 513 Hatten, Ib. 421 Diers, 3b.-p. 3 1 1 Vaske, If. 502 Murray, rf. 400 TOTALS 42 5 11 GARRIGAN (2) ab r h D. Bleich, 2b. ___•__- 5 0 0 Salz. ss. 501 C. Becker, Ib 400 Muller, c 500 Geilenfeld, 3b. 501 L. Bleich, If. 401 Long, rf. :_— 4 1 0 J. Becker, cf. 311 Potthoff, p. 200 Milder, p 100 TOTALS 36 2 4 Garrigan wins second golf meet of year Brian UBarre shot a 40 to lead Garrigan high school to its second straight golf win here Tuesday afternoon as the Bear linksmen defeated Ringsted 172-189. They'll travel to Poca hontas Thursday and then wil compete in the sectional with nine other teams at Humboldt Monday. , . , Other Bear scores included Bob Smith, 43; John Bradley, 44; John Hamilton 45; Mark Er? pelding 49; and Steve Erpeldmg 50. Ringsted was led by J°hnP e ' terson 45; Rick Reid 46; Charles Jensen 48; Gary dasey 50. Pave Ostegasrd had a 54 and Ron Pederson a 60- ,, Garrigan won its first golf meet of the season last ThurS' day by edging St. Edmond's of Fort Podge, 175479 at the Fort Podge Country Club. The Bears got a 3.8 round from Bob Smith for meet medalist honors. Brian UBarre added a 43, John Bradley and Pan Owens each carded 47's. Other Bear scores were a 50 by John Hamilton and 51 by Mark Erpelding. St. Ed's was 3-1 going into the meet. Six new records set in meet held Monday Swea City took second place in the mile relay, the final event of the night, to edge Lincoln- Central 55-53 in the annual State Line conference track meet held Monday night at the Algona high school track. The Trojans led most of the meet after taking four seconds and a first in the afternoon field events. Lincoln-Central made a strong bid at night and at one time tied the meet. Six records, four in field events were broken. Jim Godfredsen of Armstrong set a new mark in the discus and Danielson of, Swea City tossed the shot for a new mark. Bendricksen of Rake broke the pole vault mark he set a year ago and Godfredsen also broke the high jump record he put on the books in 1964. ONLY RUNNING marks to fall .were the medley and mile relays, won by Armstrong and Lincoln-Central respectively. Swea City won only two events all night but added seven second places. Rockier of Swea City fol lowed up his victory in the open mile of the Bulldog Relays Saturday night by winning the mile easily but he failed by eight seconds of breaking his mark of 1964. Following are the results and point totals: 440 Yard Dash — Decken S; Mortz LC; Harlson TH. :55.1. Low Hurdles — Clark TH; Ge- itzenbauer S; Young LC. :21.5. Medley Relay — Armstrong; Swea City; Sentral. 3:53.7. (new record). 880 Yard Run — Origer LC; Johnson R; Thompson LA. 2.12. 440 Yard Relay — Titonka; Lincoln-Central; Armstrong. Mile Relay — Lincoln-Central; Swea City; Thompson. 3:41.7. '(new record): POINT TOTAL Swea City -„ 55 Lincoln-Central _ 53 Thompson 45 Armstrong 41 Sentral ""--- 34 Titonka __i: 26 Rake 17 Ringsted — 10 Lakota „—— 9 Ledyard •- 4 Burt --—' 3 Discus — Godfredsen A; Pan- lelson SC; Cordes LA. 138'. (new record). Shot -Put — Danielson SC; Lockrem TH; Godfredsen A. 49' llVa". (new record). Pole Vault — Bendicksen RA; T. Elliot SC; Redemski B. 11' 10V. (new record). Broad Jump — Colston A; Green SC; Martin SC. 19' 18V4". High Jump — Godfredsen A; Hazelhoff SC; DeSart S. 5'U%". (new record). 100 Yd. Dash — Larson TH; Elliot SC; Weber LC. :10,6. 2-Mile Relay — Lincoln-Gen* tral; Sentral; Thompson. 8:55.6. 220 Yd l Dash — Larson TH; Trunkhill TI; Montz LC. :24.1. Mile Run — KocWer SC; Jen' sen RI; Jaren TI. 4:52.4. High Hurdles — Bendicksen RA; PeSart S; Young LC. :16.9, 880 Yard Relay — Thompson; Titonka; Armstrong. 1:39.6. Junior High 440 (no points)— Titonka; Sentral; Armstrong; Thompson; Swea City. :52. Barrigaii fourth (NQYQ track Garrigan high school finished in fpurth place in the seven- team Class A division of the cyptra& championships held at Carroll Sunday. Heelan of Sioux City and Carroll Kuemper dominated the races, amassing 175 o! the 242 points. Garrigan's begt showing was a second place Jerry Bradtey in the open 440- yard dath. Tbe remainder had 15 points, two more than Gehlen of Le Mirs. ATHLfTIGS CHAIRMAN Amtf r*, Djle Kubly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubjy, Jit. 1, Corwitb, has been elected intramural athleticf chairman for Foster House in the men's residence association. I * * »****•' Looking for something good? Buv Faraway's '-V—^xv^x-^ USDA CHOICER Meats FOLGER'S COFFEE 2 Ib. can $< | .29 HUNT'S TOMATO, HICKORY & PIZZA CATSUP CHOICE MEATS 14 Oz. Bottles KRAFT LB. PKGS. 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