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Bulldog Matmen Win Own Invitation Meet From 8-Team Field Algona high won its own meet, the 2nd Algona Invitational wrestling tourney, here Saturday. Team results: Algona 99 Ames 75 West Sioux 66 New Hampton 62 Ankeny 48 Clear Lake 45 Rockwell City 39 Perry 38 While most of the matches, in the final round, were good and mostly close, two events were standouts. Clint Young of Algona, won his match in the final 10 seconds over Horton of New Hampton, 3-2. Max Miller of Algona, in the 165 Ib. bracket, edged his first two opponents and then cut loose in the final match against Hildreth of Ames to win a fast 7-1 victory. The summary of the matches follows: 95 Ib. - Denny Peterson (A) beat Boyer (WS), 4-0; then beat Garrett (Perry), 8-7; pinned by Ball of New Hampton in final, time 3:13. 103 Ib. - Ed Bennett (A) beat Wuebker (RC) 5-0; pinned by Vaala (Ankeny) in second match, time 3:21. Vaala won the event. Bennett took third. 112 Ib. - Jerry Simpson (A) pinned by Folden (WC), time 1:55, first round. Event won by Listen (WS). 120 Ib. - Larry Munger (A) downed Chuck Hess of Perry, 9-4, pinned Nichols of Ames, time 2:46; and beat Hudson of Ankeny for first, 10-3. 127 Ib. - Steve Claude (A), pinned Beckly (RC), time 1:22 but lost to Kilmer, "Perry, 3-2, in the second round. Kilmer won the event. Claude took third, beating Tibbitts (CL), 2-0 in an overtime. 133 Ib. - Don Camp (A), pinned Betten (NH), time 3:31, then decisioned McCullough, Ames, 2-1, and won title from Pitts (Ank.), 4-1. 138 Ib. - Randy Riedinger (A) took the first match from Liechty (Ank.), 4-0; he was pinned by Wasser, (WS), in the second round, but won the consolation over Nelson (CL), 5-0, for third. 145 Ib. - Clint Young (A) decisioned Bockelman (WS), 4-0 and Sexton (RC) 4-0, and won the title, 3-2, from Horton of New Hampton. 154 Ib. - Bruce Bennett (A) decisioned McCarville (RC), 4-0, and Handley (Ank.) in overtime, 2-1; but lost in final-to Boden, Ames, 8-0. 165 Ib. - Max Miller (A) pinned Hughes (CL), time 5:12; then beat Griffieon (Ank.), 4-2; and took the title in the final from Haugen of Ames, 7-1. 180 Ib. - Phil Bode (A), won a 2-0 decision from Rochford (N.W.), but lost to Wearth (Ames), 5-1, in the second match. He took the consolation match against Moxley (Perry), 6-0. Hvwt. - Brad Farnham (A) downed Card (N.H.) in a fall, time 2:14, then was defeated also by a fall by Schlichting (C.L.), time 1:56. In the consolation he lost to Rogness, (Ames), 3-2 decision. The tournament was well attended, and enjoyed by wrestling fans and school followers, and high praise was heard from handling of the event. Bears Post 84-32 Win; 4 Straight Garrigan High School continued to blister the nelsSaturday night, posting a lop-sided 84-32 victory over Catholic at Pocahontas, wrecking the Eagles' Homecoming celebration. Coach Steve McCall's club, now 4-1 for the season and riding a four-game victory skein, will host Ft. Dodge St. Edmond Thursday night (in a game moved up from Friday), then will travel to Des Moines Saturday where the Bears will meel North High ',.'• of Des Moines for one-quarler , of the clinic game of the Iowa . High School Athletic Associ- ; ation's annual gel-logelher. McCall will also give a lecture at the clinic during the afternoon session. Catholic managed to stay with the locals for only four minutes- then height and shooting ability.' began to tell a story that was. "'„ almost unbelievable, :- Garrigan trailed afte r two min,.:. : - utes, 5-4,<angled,only 8-7 mid- •f t way through ttte first quarter. L Then Brian LaBarre got hot and bulge at the buzzer. LaBarre, Bill Reding and Jack Muller paced the second quarter Garrigan attack, all three hitting well and getting the rebounds that shot the lead to 45-20 at the half. Joe Becker, number six man on the squad so far this season, and Big Dick Muller were the wovk horses during the third stanza. Five Bears managed to hit at least two fielders each, .while the Eagles counted only seven points as the clubs reached ,the buzzer, with the Bears on top, 68-27. ' The fourth quarter belonged to .Becker. The hard worker was all over the place as he ..helped guide the reserves to.a ,16-5 edge in the final eight minutes. He canned eight points down the stretclu . LaBarre led the club in scoring for the second straight night, canning 23 points and running his season total to 104 through live games. Becker was next in line with 18, while Reding ,gpt 13, and Jaej£,Muller 10, A1-, f Upper Des Moines! SPORTS - Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Dee. 13, J966 A Swimming Star John Schutter Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. John Schutter of Algona, was entered in three events in A dual swimming meet at Grinnell, with John swimming on the Cornell College team. John is a sprinter. _.... brecht was the only Eagle in double figures with 10 as the Garrigan defense proved TOUGH I Under the boards, Garrigan held a 34-25 bulge, with Jack Muller leading the way with 11. Strathman captured seven for the losers. The Bears also came up with 13 steals, including four by Becker, with the press getting mosl of them. Box score : GARRIGAN (84) FG FT F J. Muller 5 0-13 Youngwirth 2 1-20 D. Muller 3 3-3 1 Reding 5 3-3 0 LaBarre 11 1-2 1 Becker 7 4-5 2 McCarthy 0 0-23 Courtney 1 0-10 34 12-19 10 CATHOLIC (32) FG FT F Strathman 3 2-54 Albrecht 5 0-0 0 Amick 0 0-01 Brown 4 0-13 Keleher 0 2-4 2 Harrold 0 0-3 1 Ballard 0 0-03 Rhodes 2 0-21 14 4-15 15 The Junior Varsily under Coach Duane Kramer ran ils record lo 3-1 in Ihe opener with an easy 76-39 win. The locals trailed early, 8-2, then rang up 25 of the nexl 27 points and won going away as John Winkel counted 21 points and Kevin O 1 Brien 20. AHS Senior, Junior Mat Teams Conquer Humboldt Algona's Bulldogs won all but four matches Friday night to post a 28-11 victory over an improved Humboldt grappling squad. A fair-sized crowd braved the biting cold and the threat of a snowstorm to see the Junior Varsity win handily, 36-10, and the Varsity equal last year's total number of wins with their fourth victory in five meets. The A-team, wrestling with only three seniors, was pushed hard in all individual matches. The 127 Ib. match saw Steve Claude get a 4-0 lead over Larry Fevold and in the last period manage a pin combination to obtain the only fall of the Varsity matches. The three lightest weight classes were filled witli freshmen, again, and Algona's Denny Peterson, Ed Bennett, and Jerry Simpson all gave a good account of themselves. Simpson wrestled in his first varsity meet and stayed with his senior opponent very well until the last period when the Humboldt man got four points and won 4 toO. Perhaps the greatest crowd- pleaser of the night was Phil Bode, a powerful Algona sophomore, who beat a heavier, more muscular Geoff Mickelson, 4-3. This was the 180 Ib. event and Bulldogs Remain Undefeated 73-50 A furious final three-quarter onslaught, featuring the scoring of Tom Claude, Craig Espe and Rog Meyer, allowed Algona's Bulldogs to post their fifth straight win of the current campaign, 73-50, at Hampton Friday night in a North Central Conference game. The win also upped Coach Howie Stephenson's outfit to 4-0 in the loop. Webster City clobbered Iowa Falls, 75-47, Eagle Grove got past HumlxJdt 48-43, and Algona's next foe, Clear Lake, got past Clarion, 67-58, in other loop frays Friday. The Lions also defeated Eagle Grove 6148 Saturday night. So the Bulldog-Lion meeting Friday will have a lot to do with the final standings. W L ALGONA 4 0 Clear Lake 3 1 Clarion 2 2 Hampton 2 2 Humboldt 2 2 Webster City ..22 Eagle Grove 1 3 Iowa Falls 0 4 Hampton gave the Bulldogs a real scare during the first period Friday. The home club wiped the boards and got off to a 14-8 lead before Algona got in gear and shot into an 18-18 tie at the buzzer. The aforementioned trio, plus the rest of the nine-man squad, then proceeded to guarantee another victory. B& halftime, the Stephensonmen were on top, 3829, and not out of danger, but when the count ran to 54-40 •at the feree-quajrter mark every- Box score : ALGONA (73) Meyer Laws Belts Claude Espe Jones Boldridge Farnham Wildin FG 4 3 3 10 6 2 1 1 0 30 FT 3-8 0-0 2-2 2-2 4-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-18 F 3 2 1 2 2 2 0 1 1 14 HAMPTON (50) FG FT F Zimmer 6 2-4 2 Porter 2 2-2 3 Heilskov 5 1-4 1 Paton 3 0-20 Missildine 3 0-2 5 Anderson 1 2-20 Barkmeier 1 1-10 21 8-17 11 Algona's Junior Varsity stayed unbeaten, too, with an easy 75-28 win in the curtain-raiser. Coach Keith Christie's club was led in scoring by Craig Taylor, Bruce Olson and Rod Rogert with 13 each, Dale Pedersen and Mike Belts, 12 each, Roger Barr, six, and Steve Voyles and Denny Richter, four each. * * * one seemed to breathe easier. The final eight minutes consisted of mop-up work as the win was sewed up. Claude, Espe and Meyer, one- two-three in season scoring, wound up just that way in this one, with 22, 16 and U points, respectively, while Gregg Betts added eight and Brocke Laws and Tom Jones six each. was followed by another exciting match in which another sophomore, Brad Farnham lost to a fifty-pound-heavier opponent, 5 to 4.. VARSITY Here is the individual weight class summary: 95 Ib. - Denny Petersen (A) decisioned Ron Bygness (H), 6-4. 103 Ib. - Ed Bennett (A), de- cisioned Brent Hart (H), 4-0. 112 Ib. - Jerry Simpson (A) dec. by Lyle Laird (H), 4-0. 120 Ib. - Larry Munger (A) decisioned Ray Stockdale (H), 5-2. 127 Ib. - Steve Claude (A) pinned Larry Fevold (H), 5:47. 133 Ib. - Don Camp (A) dec. by Mark Daggy (H), 12-2. 138 Ib. - Randy Riedinger (A) decisioned Steve Rasmussen (H), 4-0. 145 Ib. - Clint Young (A) de- cisioned Keith Abens (H), 4-2. 154 Ib. - Bruce Bennett (A) drew with Bob Short (H), 2-2. 165 Ib. - Max Miller (A) de- cisioned Jim Vinsan (H), 6-2. 180 Ib. - Phil Bode (A) de- cisioued Geoff Mickelson (H), 4-3. Hwt. - Brad Farniiam (A) de- cisioned by Herb Zinnel (H), 5-4. JUNIOR VARSITY 95 Ib. - Russ Bird (A) pinned Taute, 5:25, 103 Ib. • Wayne Taylor (A) pinned Parsons, 3:01. 13.2 Ib. - No entry from either learn - no match. 120 Ib. - Darrell Miller (A) decisioned Daggy, 4-2. 127 Ib. - Rob Claude (A) pinned Parsons, 4:28. 133 Ib. -Humboldt forfeited but in an exhibition match. Steve Schultz (A) decisioned Dodd, 6-0. 138 Ib. Lance Rutlcdge (A) decisioned Lodden, 5-0. 145 Ib. - Larry Taylor (A) dec. by Oberman, 6-1. 154 Ib. - Cal Haahr (A) de- cisioned Erickson, 10-8. 165 Ib. - Duane Hunt (A) drew with Miner, 4-4. 180 Ib. - Algona Forfeited. Hwt. - Al Aldrich (A) pinned Bloomquist, 1:55. Muller, Reding Of GHS Named All-Diocesan Dick Muller was named lo the center position and Bill Reding was selected as a back on the Sioux City All-Diocesan Foolball Team Ihis week Names lo second team spols were Jack Muller, fullback, Jim Youngwirth, end, and Bob Schmitt, tackle. Loses Opener Dave Martin, freshman at Iowa State University, Ames, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Champ Martin, Algona, dropped a decision to defending champion Jerry Stone of Oklahoma State in the first round of the Great Plains AAU Wrestling Tournament at Lincoln, Nebr,, Friday. Martin was wrestling in the 160-lb. division.

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