Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1965 · Page 5
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43 records broken in Bulldog Relays Algona fourth in relays; Swea wins Class C Forty-three of the 51 records set in tne first annual Bulldog Relays a year ago fell by the wayside as a tremendous group of athletes from 18 area schools shattered just about everything on the books as a good-sized crowd witnessed Saturday after noon and evening under sunny skies and 80-degree tempera ttires during the day. To show just how complete the record-setting business went, in the Class C division which includes five Kossuth high schools, only three marks held — the pole vault, 100-yard dash and 2- mile relay. Only the 180-yard low hurdles survived the Class A onslaught as 16 of the 17 records were broken. Three marks also held up in the B division— the broad jump, 100-yard dash and mile run which was won by a class C contestant. Host Algona high school fin ished fourth in a field of six Class B teams while crosstown rival Garrigan was last in that division. Humboldt upset Eagle Grove in the Class A division, winning more points than the other four teams combined. Meanwhile, Swea City captured the Class C division with 103 points. HUMBOLDT and Eagle Grove won all but four of the Class A first places and Hampton got the other four. Algona high school managed only one first and that was in the medley relay in which Wayne Patterson, Skip Perkins, Dale Teeter and Glenn Tschetter performed. Garrigan's best showing was a second in the discus by Tom Neppl and a second by Jerry Bradley in the 440-yard dash. Following are summaries of the three different divisions. CLASS A Humboldt ___ —-- 98 Eagle Grove '_. 85i Hampton __:._-•—-— 56 Spencer ~ 43 Clear Lake __— 42 Iowa Falls —— 14 Bulldogs' medley relay team '• * THE FOUR Algona high school runners that have been keeping the Bulldogs in the first and second category in the medley relay event are shown above after winning a first place trophy in the Bulldog Relays a week ago Saturday. They are, left to right, Dale Teeter, Wayne Patterson, "Skip" Perkins and Dave Martin. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. SPORTS MONDAY, MAY 10, 1965 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-5 •AKItft 47 VIARS — faank n't have tetlfect now If the doe* tefidefi ftefg of Pclla retired ofmofs had not advised him 10 rje rtafch 23 at the age of 81, after so. Mr. Vandeh fiefg was foofff 67 years of bartering. He would- \ in Pclla. Algona wins four district track events Mgona high school placed. — five men in four events in the RyllflAff £fl|fArt state track meet by winning •"••"•"5 &«"'••* four events in the Class A district held Friday afternoon and cvenng at Lake Mills. The Bulldogs finished in 6th lose fourth match Eagle ^ squad won only one relay event as Humboldt upset the Eagles in the A division. And Algona's record : breaking time of 3:47.3 was nearly two full seconds better than the Eagles' time. For Humboldt, the win completed a sweep of Algona Relays last week. The 7th 8th and 9th grades won first in their divisions in the Bullpup Relays on Wednesday while won Saturday. the varsity CLASS B Emmetsburg 92 Belmond 84 Buffalo Center 47Vfe Algona —— 41Va Lake Mills 32 Garrigan 28 Results involving the two Algona schools only: Shot put, Dave Martin, 4th, Algona; Discus, Tom Neppl, 2nd, Garrigan; Broad jump, Skip Perkins, 3rd, and Burtis, 5th, Algona; High jump, Jerry Bradley, 4th, Garrigan, and Wayne Patterson, tie for 5th, Algona; Pole vault, Patterson, 3rd, Algona, and Frank Heinen, 4th, Garrigan. 120-yard high hurdles, Brocke Laws, 5th, Algona; 100 yard dash, Bradley, 3rd, Garrigan; 2- mile Relay, Algona, 4th, and Garrigan, 5th; 880-yard Relay, Algona, 2nd; 440-yard run, Bradley, 2nd, Garrigan; 180-yard low hurdles, Dave Martin, 3rd, and Perkins, 4th, both of Algona; Medley relay, Algona, 1st, and rarrigan, 5th; 880-yard run, Bill Obrecht, 3rd, Garrigan; 440- r ard Relay, Garrigan, 4th; Mile lelay, Algona, 4th, Garrigan, 5th. CLASS C Swea City ____ 103 Meservey-Thornton 78 Sentral : 62 LuVerne 49' Lakota 31 Burt 6 Swea City dominated this division with eight first places in the 17 classes including Kockler's win in the open mile. Following are the results in each event: Shot Put — Winter, MT; Danielson, SC; Phelps, SC; Geitzenauer, S; and Pals, MT. 52'4V 2 ". Discus — Winter, MT; Danielson, SC; Phelps, SC; Cordes, LA; Pals, MT. 140'll 3 /<". Broad Jump — O'Green, SC Wickett, LuV.; Bristow, LuV. Martin, SC; Preston, S. 19' 5%" High Jump — DeSart, S; Ha zelhoff, SC; Abrams, MT; Cor les, LA; Blum MT. 5'9". Pole Vault — Elliott, SC; Re demski B; ^ickett, LuV.; Wer 120 High Hurdles — Abrama, MT; DeSart; S; Pals, MT; Geitzenauer, S; Helmke, SC. :15.1. 100 Yd. Dash — Elliott, SC; Trauger, LuV.; Geitzenauer, S; Geilenfeld, LA; Schmidt, S. :11.6. 2-mile Relay — Swea City; Sentral; LuVerne; Meservey- Thornton; Burt. 220 Yd. Dash—Bristow, LuV.; Martin, SC; Slandender, MT; Rippentrop, SC. :24.8. Mile Run — Rockier, SC; Rosa; Spencer; Spangler, Eagle Grove; Opheim, Humboldt; Buck, Clear Lake. 4:48.3. 880 Relay — Swea City; Meservey-Thornton; Sentral; Lakota; LuVerne. 1:38.1. 440 Run — Preston, S; Bris- Corwith-Wesley wins sectional here, 2-1 Corwith-Wesley, beaten only once this spring by Forest City, knocked off defending state champion St. John's of Bancroft 2-1 in the finals of the Garrigan sectional here Wednesday afternoon. The winners moved opposite Melvin in district play at Graettinger Saturday afternoon and are rated a good shot at a state tournament berth. It was veteran Andy Moore who made the difference as he tow, LuV.; Tjaden, LA; Miller, MT; Steward, SC. :55.6. 180 Low Hurdles — Abrams, MT; Geitzenauer, S; Winter, MT; Smith,-SC; Hanselman, LuV. :20.4. Medley Relay — Swea City; Sentral; LuVerne; Meservey- Thornton; Lakota. 3:57.2. 880-Yard Run — -Thomson, LA; Cushman, LA; Breeke, S; Johnson, SC; Long, MT. 2,16.3. 440 Relay — Meservey-Thorn- tqn; Swea City; LuVerne; Lakota; Sentral, ;48, Mile Relay — Swea City i Meservey-Thornton; Sentral; Lu Verne; Lakota( 3:41.4, Dutch bleaching of linen was a long process, lasting six to eight months. ANDY MOORE starred on the mound and at the plate. Moore hurled a one-hitter and knocked out three of the eight Corwith-Wesley hits. His third one was the big one — a booming triple to lead off the seventh inning. He rode home on Tim Long's second hit of the game. ,. THE ONLY hit off Moore was a wind-blown double by Tom Goche in the first inning but that didn't have anything to do with Bancroft's lone run. That came in the fifth inning on an interference call, a stolen base a passed ball and a wild pitch. Corwith got its first run in the second inning off loser Dick Diers. Jerry Brockman and Dan Gray walked and then Moore rapped a single to send home a run. Diers struck out 11 bat tefs while Moore was whiffinj 15 in the seven-inning game. The linescore: Bancroft 000 000 0 1-1- Corwith 010 000 1 2-8-1 Diers and Menke; Moore and Long. Garrigan golfers win 3rd straight match, 178-187 The Garrigan high school golf team won its third match and remained unbeaten Thursday afternoon by downing Pocahontas high school 178-187 on the windy Pocahontas course. Brian LaBarre again led the Bears with a 40. Bob Smith followed with a 44, John Bradley had a 45 and Mark Erpelding a 49. Others who competed on the 6-man team were Dan Owens (50) and John Hamilton (54). Garrigan will compete in the district meet at Humboldt Monday, with the two top teams, medalist and runnerup advancing to the state Class A meet. place in the 12-team district with 28 points. Garrigan had eight points but failed to qualify anyone for the state. Algona's crack medley relay team of Wayne Patterson, Dale Teeter, Skip Perkins and Wayne Patterson won their event. Pat- jLerson won the pole vault event, one of his specialties, for the first time this year with an ll'l" cap. Dave Martin turned in a fine 21.1 time to win the low hurdles and the Bulldog mile relay earn of Teeter, Patterson, Marin and Glenn Tschetter won hat event. Only other Algona points were earned by Perkins a fourth in the low hurdles. Coach Arnold Hill will take these five boys to the state meet n the Drake Stadium on Saturday, May 22. There'll be both ;he Class A and AA champions ;here that day. Garrigan got four fourth places but its top runner, Bill Obrecht, failed to get into the half-mile race because of severe tonsollitis which kept him home. Fourth place finishes for Coach 'Jim Ritz' team were by Jerry Bradley in the 220-yard dash and 440 run, Frank Heinen in the pole vault and Tom Neppl in the discus. Garrigan is now done for the year in track unless a dual meet with St. Edmond's is re-scheduled for this week. N««d Printing? Call the ADVANCE! Holland named football coach a! West Bend "^ WEST BEND — Don Holland, assistant coach at West B^nd high school the past five years, was named head football coach for next fall last week. Announcement was made by Superintendent Earl W. Stevens. Holland will also coach basketball. Abiu Sauzo, junior Tiigh coach, will move up to assistant in both sports. Holland replaces Lyle Dodd, who retired at the end of this year after serving 15 years as football, basketball, track and baseball coach at one time or another. The Bulldogs have won their last 16 games. Dennis Bruns, who will graduate from Buena Vista this spring, will take over the head girls basketball coaching job from Ron Monselle, who is going to Woden- Crystal Lake as junior high teacher. The winlcss Algona high school golf team lost its fourth dual meet of the season here Friday afternoon, 169-177 on the Algona Country Club links. Phil Taylor led the Bulldogs with a 43, while Brad Kraft had a 44, Dan Merryman and Greg Buchanan had 45's and John Rock had a 47. Regular Dave Agena was gone to Vcisha Day which hampered the Bulldogs somewhat. The Algona reserves also lost, 185-188 for their first loss. Don Haged led all golfers with a 41 while another freshman, Craig Taylor had a 45. John Will carded a 48, Greg Perkins and Neal Smith had 54's. Daugherty announces 15-game schedule for Bear games Coach Pat Daugherty has announced a 15-game regular summer baseball season tor Garrigan high school, commencing Tuesday, June 8 with two practices on June 5 and 6 opening up the campaign. Following is the Bear schedule this summer — all games are night games except the 5:30 p.m. game with St. Edmond's there on June 11 and the 5 p.m. game with Ft. Dodge high school there June 17. Games at the Bear field will start at 8 p.m. nd all other games start at the ame time. June 5, Varisity practice; June 6, Varsity practice; June 8, West Bend, There; June 10, Woden-Crystal Lake, Here; June 11, St. Esmond's, There; June rl4,,;Graettinger,,:Here;i June ,16 Woden-Crystal Lake, Here; June 17, Port Dodge, There; June 18 ^orest City, Here; June 21, St Sdmond's, Here; June 23, For cst City, There; June 24, Britt There; June 25, East Greene rlere; June 28, Fort Dodge Here; June 30, Graettinger There; July 1, West Bend, Here; July 2, Britt, Here; July 7 through 14, Sectional Tournament; July 16 through 23, Dis- rict Tournament. 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