The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1966 · Page 8
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GHS, AHS EACH TAKE PAIR WEEKEND GAMES Bulldogs Jump To First In Bears Race To Bancroft And Loop Standings Spencer Wins Algona High School's Bulldogs bolted into first place in the North Central Conference with their fourth straight win of the season without defeat, a not- easy 52-48 conquest of Webster City there Saturday night. So, the Bulldogs now have a 3-0 loop record, with a long trip to Hampton for another conference fray coming up this Friday. And Hampton is right behind the locals in the standings with a 2-0 record. STANDINGS W L ALGONA 3 0 Hampton 2 0 Clarion 1 1 Clear Lake 1 1 Humboldt 1 1 Webster City 1 2 Iowa Falls 0 2 Eagle Grove 0 2 It appeared the charges of Coach Howie Stephenson were tired in the game at Lynxville Saturday night after their best showing of the season against Humboldt. However, after being held to a 2-2 knot by the Lynx in the first four minutes of action, Brocke Laws and Craig Espe started finding the range and Algona leads of 8-4 and 16-9 went on the board before the period ended. Webster City came back, and with Larson and Kelly the top gunners, cut Algona's halftime edge to 27-23. The Lynx then crept up to 27-26 at the start of the third round before Espe and Tom Claude began firing in points from all angles - and Algona carried a 42-33' lead into the fourth period. Shooting accuracy and steals allowed the Bulldogs to nick the Lynx. The locals were out- rebounded, 33-22, thanks mostly to the work ot Shelton, who also had three steals and a blocked shot, but Algona managed 10 steals, with Rog Meyer, Espe and Claude the top thieves with three each, to six for the losers. Laws, for the second straight night, led the club in rebounds with 10 as he continued to show improvement. Espe was the top scorer, getting 19 points, while Claude tossed in 15 and Laws 14. Kelly got 14 and Larson. 11 for the Lynx. Box score: ALGONA (52) Meyer Laws Betts Espe Claude Jones Runaway wins over Spencer and Bancroft St. John's allowed Garrigan's Golden Bears to up their season mark to 2-1 this weekend. Coach Steve McCall's club bounced the Johnnies, 80-49, Friday night here, then belted Spencer 81-53 there in a Coaches Clinic contest Saturday night. The locals host Mason City Newman here Friday and travel to Pocahontas and a meeting with Catholic the following evening. The McCallmen used a tight press on defense and red hot shooting during the second period to break away from Spencer and the home club never threatened after the intermission. Bill Reding topped the locals in scoring for the second time in three outings. He canned 20 points, with six of his seven fielders coming from long range. Brian LaBarre wasn't far behind as he checked in with 16 points. All eight of his two-pointers were from well out on the court. Next in line came Dick Muller with 14 and Don Courtney, reserve guard, 11. Under the boards, Dick Muller was tremendous. He gathered in 13 rebounds - and shared ball stealing activities with LaBarre at four each. Reding captured 11 rebounds, while Jim Youngwirth came up with seven. Box score: GARRIGAN (81) D. Muller Youngwirth J. Muller Reding LaBarre Becker Courtney Nitchals McCarthy O'Brien DUMP JOHNNIES It took the Bears about six minutes to really get rolling against St John's Friday night, but 11 points in the final two minutes of the first period opened a 22-11 lead at the buzzer, - and the locals had little trouble remaining on top the rest of the fray. It was 3-2 after two minutes of action, 7-6 two minutes later and 11-9 before the first big rally. Launched into orbit by the rally, the locals went on to lead, 37-21 at halftime and 63-36 at the three-o^iarter mark. The Johnnies closed the gap during the final eight minutes to 31 points as reserves flooded the court. Dick Muller and Brian LaBarre teamed to lead the scoring with 16 points each, while Bill Reding and Jack Muller each accounted for 14. Steve Vaske led both teams in scoring with 18 points for the Johnnies, while Chuck Farrow added 14. Box score: GARRIGAN (80) Reding D. Muller LaBarre J. Muller Youngwirth Becker Courtney McCarthy Nitchals FG 5 7 6 6 2 2 1 1 0 30 FT 4-4 2-3 4-4 2-5 4-7 2-2 1-1 1-5 0-3 F 2 2 2 4 2 4 0 3 1 20-34 20 FG 5 3 1 7 8 2 3 1 1 0 31 FT 4-7 0-2 1-4 6-8 0-0 1-1 5-5 0-0 0-0 0-1 17-28 F 3 2 4 0 5 5 2 0 2 0 23 ST. JOHN'S (49) FT FT F Diers 30-05 Farrow 4 6-11 3 Vaske 8 2-65 Meyer 00-02 Nemmers 00-11 Kissner 2 2-3 1 Carpenter 10-02 Schneider 0 1-21 Stork 1 0-10 Nurre 00-01 19 11-24 21 Dick Muller topped the rebounding for the Bears with 13 Garrigan's B-team picked up a 69-32 victory in the curtain- raiser as Steve Wingert got 14 points, Mike Elbert 11. SentralTeams Gain Pair W. CITY (48) Shelton Larson Brooks McKinney Berg Sanders Kelly FG 0 7 1 9 5 0 22 FG 4 5 0 2 3 1 5 20 FT 0-2 0-1 2-3 1-2 5-7 0-0 8-15 FT 0-3 1-2 1-1 1-2 0-0 1-3 4-7 8-18 F 2 4 2 2 2 1 13 F 2 2 0 1 2 4 1 12 The victory was about llth for Algona in the last 12 games played by the two teams. Algona's junior varsity made a 34-25 lead at the three-quarter mark stand up for a cozy victory in the curtain-raiser. Bruce Olson got nine points and Rod Rogert and Craig Taylor seven each for Coach Keith Christie's club, also unbeaten In four outings this season. F.ENTON — The boys and girls basketball teams from Santral of Fenton copped a pair of contests here Friday night as they defeated the Woden -Crystal Lake girls 92-67 in the opener and stopped the boys 85-20 in the second game. Itie Sentral girls jumped to t, 20 point lead by the end ot |he flrat period and they held or strengthened this margin for the rest of the ballgame. Vlckl Elmers was the leading scorer tor the Sentral girls as she tallied 39 points. Seventeen of those points came on tree throws as Vlckl made 17 pf 17 free throw attempts for a perfect record. Teresa Volgt and Betty Weh- rspan had 21 and 20 points, respectively, for the winners. For the girls of Woden - Crystal Lake, steffen had the game's high score with 49points while Kirschbaum chipped In 11 counters for the losers. to the boys game, Sentral made good use of its offense as four of the Sentral cagers were in double figuia scoring. Howard Mueller and Les Luedtke set the pace with 16 and 15 points, respectively, followed by Owen Kerber with 14 SENTRAL BOYS (85) FG FT PF Luedtke Brlerle K«rber Lee Gletzenauer Mueller Marlow Backen Tohnson Volgt Duncan TOTAL W-CL Boys Sentral Boys 7 2 7 1 4 8 5 0 3 0 0 37 •5 1 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 8 1 0 11 5 2 3 1 1 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 21 9 TP IS 4 14 7 8 16 12 0 8 1 0 85 19 23 24 10 29 19 85 SENTRAt, GIRLS (92) Wahrspan Elmers Volgt Lockwood Johnson Douglas Dlts worth Blanchard Geitenauer Krause TOTAL W-CL Girls Sentral Girls 7 17 7 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 29 11 31 6 17 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 18 18 1 3 0 0 0 5 3 5 4 1 22 21 17 23 20 20 39 21 4 4 0 4 0 0. 0 92 67 92 Bulldogs Clout Humboldt With Balanced Attack An alert defense, combined with sharp passing and unerring accuracy on short shots during a three-minute stretch late in the second quarter zoomed Algona's Bulldogs to an easier- than-expected 82-50 victory over Humboldt in a North Central Conference game before a full house here Friday night. ~ It took quite~a while to launch the balloon, but once it got into, the air, from a Humboldt standpoint, it was Nellie, Bar The Gate. In fact, the Wildcats, who probably have one of the best teams around, seemed to have everything they needed, to belt the locals during the early minutes of action. Except for a free throw by Rog Meyer, which opened the scoring, Algona couldn't find the range through the first four minutes Repeated steals and faulty ball handling by the visitors gave the Bulldogs the opportunity to score —and they responded brilliantly. Betts and Bill Boldridge each canned four buckets and Claude added three on the way to a 38-20 halftime bulge. Humboldt, led by Doug DeSmidt, tried to narrow the gap during the third period, but to no avail. Claude, Espe and Meyer kept bombing and put the locals on top, 65-39, with eight minutes remaining. Stephenson's reserves took over through much of the final round and there was not much of a let-up In the scoring, except there were less field goals and more free tosses coming down the stretch. Nine of the 10 Bulldogs who saw action got into the scoring column, Vith totals ranging from Espe Claude Boldridge- Jones Farnham Black Wildin 4 6 5 3 0 1 2 33 0-0 4-4 0-0 3-5 0-0 4-4 0-0 16-23 24 HUMBOLDT (50) FG FT F Kuhlman 36-81 Marso 2 11-15 4 DeSmidt 4 2-25 Blanchard l 0-11 Torgerson 51-3 3 Carlson 0 0-0 1 Larson 00-01 15 20-29 16 Algona's junior varsity also remained unbeaten with a 62-36 victory in the curtain-raiser. Coach Keith Christie's club was led in scoring by Craig Taylor, 12, Dale Pedersen and Mike Belts, 11, and Bruce Olson, 10. -——••**•• mi ' • •• '--^_^^ L. . ---...-_ - L I J._ •:-._._ II IT' -—_ J L I ' Jl LJ_I A' I --Q-il-|l|-« I" ^~ Camp, Young Champs As Grapplers 3rd, E-Grove Algona High School's wrestling team, winner of three of its first four dual meets this season, upset the dope bucket in the Eagle Grove Invitational Saturday, copping third place la the team standings behind Ft Dodge and Mason City. The locals were only five points away from the Title. First place finishes by Don Camp at 133 and Clint Young at 145 led Algona to its very good finish Saturday. A second, four thirds and a pair of fourths also added points as the locals wrestled without a man in the 112 Ib. class. Camp got a pair of falls on the way to his crown, pinning Page of Ft. Dodge in the semifinals and Roberts of Clarion in the finals after gaining a 12-7 decision over Brusick of Eagle Grove in the first round. Young's wins were all by decision. He topped Mike Austin of Mason City in the finals, 2-1, after downing King, Eagle Grove, 9-0, and Olson, Britt, 3-1, earlier. Denny Petersen declsioned Daugart, Britt, 2-1, and Cali- seci, Ft. Dodge, 4-2, in the 95 Ib. class before dropping a 5-0 decision to Bruhl, Eagle Grove in the finals for second place. Thirds were picked up by Steve SCORING Ft. Dodge Mason City ALGONA Eagle Grove Clarion Britt Iowa Falls Hampton 67 64 62 43 43 31 26 24 Claude, 127, Bruce Bennett, 154, Max Miller, 165, and Brad Farnham, heavyweight. Ed Bennett, 103, 'lost by a fall and Randy Rledinger, 138, lost by a decision in first round The Martinmen will hostHum- boldt in a North Central Conference dual meet here Friday night, then will host the annual Algona Invitational here the following day. Teeter Gets 16 Dale Teeter, Algona High graduate this spring, canned 16 points, second high for the club, as the Drake freshmen opened their 1966 - 67 season in a 101-90 loss to Nebraska Thursday night. The contest preceded the Drake varsity's win, 84-68, over Wisconsin State. Teeter hit six field goals and four of five free tosses as all five Drake frosh starters hit double figures in scoring in the loss. Red Cross Meeting There will be a Red Cross meeting for the board, captains, workers and the general public at the meeting rooms In the Farm Bureau building in Algona, Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 8 p. m. r four to 16 points. Claude led the way with 16, followed by Meyer with 12, Boldridge with a career high of 10, Betts and Tom Jones, nine each, Brocke Laws and Espe, eight apiece, Rich Black, six, and Rog Wildin, four. The Wildcats were led by Doug Marson, 15, Rick Kuhlman, 12, and DeSmidt, 10. Algona held the upper hand in every statistic, except free throws. Box score: ALGONA (82) fG FT F Meyer 52-34 Laws 3 2-23 Betts 4 1-51 SALE OF FREIGHT DAMAGED MERCHANDISE Now is your chance to buy a quality stereo, radio or sewing machine at unheard-of-prices - at the NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO., in Algona. Merchandise shipped from a dealer in Red Oak, Iowa, was damaged while in freight due to improper packing. Many pieces have been repaired to like- new condition, but some cabinets are damaged quite a bit. All of this merchandise is fully guaranteed except a few cabinets, which must be sold as is. Beautiful Grundig Mandelle model as pictured is regularly sold for $399. 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