The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 16
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Bulldogs Blast E-Burg For Seventh Straight After getting off to a rather slow start, Algona's Bulldogs, featuring the excellent shooting of guards Craig Espe and Tom Claude, bombed Emmetsburg High School, 85-53, before a standing room only crowd here Wednesday night, Dec. 21, The victory, highlighted by the 54- point scoring of the back court wizards, was the seventh straight for the locals this year without a loss. Coach Howie Stephenson'sclub went after number eight against a tough Jefferson team last evening (Wednesday) in the first game of a doubleheader that saw Garrigan meeting Hull Western Christian in the nightcap as a wind-up to a 4-sport Coaches Clinic sponsored by both local high schools. The Bears were shooting for their sixth win in seven outings. It took about six minutes for the Algona pot to get boiling in the Emmetsburg fray - but once the locals had the kinks worked out, the game was no contest, Emmetsburg led once all night, 2-0, and the Bulldogs then skipped to a 7-2 bulge before the upstart visitors knotted the count at 7-7 and 9-9. Algona then raced to a 17-10 lead, but the visitors used a combination of long shooting and accuracy at the free throw line allowed the E-Hawks to tie the count again at 18-18. But, that was all she wrote from an Emmetsburg standpoint, because Claude, Espe and Gregg Betts hammered home the points that gave the bristling Bulldogs a 25-18 lead at the buzzer. Claude got 10, Espe eight and Betts five points in the eight minutes, while Ted Ellis had eight for the E- Hawks. Action slowed somewhat during the second round as Stephenson inserted reserves into the struggle. However, Espe and Claude managed to flip in another 12 points between them as the bulge went to 44-28 at the half. Espe, Boldrldge and Rog Meyer came up with a group of steals during the third stanza-and Espe and Claude each canned nine points during a foray that saw the lead become : insurmountable at the three-quarter mark/67-411 ; Espe, who continues to do things each game that appear impossible, also managed to lead the club in rebounds during the third. CRAIG ESPE Mopping up was completed during the fourth quarter as nine men saw action for Algona and a similar number for the E- Hawks. Espe, Claude and the remainder of the starters saw little action, but another six points allowed Espe to finish with a career high of 31 points. His previous high was 23 points against Clear Lake as the Bulldogs downed the Lions, 69-58, here Dec. 17,1965. TOM CLAUDE Claude's shooting was also brilliant, He knotted Espe in fielders at 11, but shot only one free toss, so finished with 23 points - also a career high for him 8.6 he hit 22 in a pair of games earlier this season. All nine Algona squad members got into the scoring column, with reserve guard Bob Farnharo notching eight and Betts seven. Orsborn led the losers with 12, followed by Brown and Ellis with 10 each, The Bulldogs were topped under the boards, 20-23, with Tom Jones getting seven and Meyer five for Algona and Smith six for the E-Hawks. Steals ag,ain proved to make most of the difference as the locals came fUpper Des Moines SPORTS OVEK. •S+O.OOO u/uoa •n /9A57 HE'S Of A 7C#- up with 18 and Emmetsburg four. Espe led the way with eight (about his average per game), while Bill Boldridge, who combined with Espe to provide plenty of fancy passing during the night, got five. And Jones of the Bulldogs blocked three shots in a reserve role. Box score: ~ALGONA (85) Meyer Boldridge Betts JSSpe ^ ; ;?v Laws ' Jones Black Farnham Wildin FG 0 2 2 11 m i 2 1 3 0 FT 2-4 0-0 3-3 9-11 il-lf". 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-2 1-2 F 1 4 1 2 2" 2 1 0 1 0 33 19-26 15 EMMETSBURG (53) FG Brown 5 Thomas 0 Smith 2 Orsborn 5 Ellis 3 Curry 1 George 0 Gowans 1 Teeter 1 FT 0-0 0-1 5-7 2-3 4-4 2-2 2-2 0-1 0-0 F 4 3 4 3 3 1 0 0 1 18 15-20 19 Algona's Junior Varsity chalked up its eighth win without a loss, 56-53, in the curtain- raiser, having to come from behind in the last two minutes to get the job done. A steal and lay-up and pair of free throws by Dale pedersen gave the win to Coach Keith Christie's hustlers. Pedersen led the scoring with 17 points. Lakota Girls Hit 97 LAKOTA — Joanne Junkermeier and Joyce Leonard scored 47 and 31 points respectively here Tuesday night *AS the Lakota girte. whipped iJwest Beadyfirls 35^57'. The-boys' actlotf West Bend outscored Lakota by two points In thq fourth quarter to break a 38-38 third quarter tie and edge Lakota 53-51. WEST BEND GIRLS (67) FG FT PF TP Grlenert 16 10 2 42 Meyer 1002 Doyle 6 7 4 19 Wlrtz 1214 Banwart, R. 0060 Schneider 0010 Doty 0060 Frleden 0020 Bernlngnowse 0020 Moffler • '0010 TOTAL 24 19 25 67 LAKOTA GIRLS (97) FG FT PF TP Junkermeler 23 1 5 47 Leonard 9 13 2 31 Hertzke, Ni 4109 Sheldahl 0101 Sleper 0040 Christ 0020 Johnson 0040 Lewis OOOo Hertzke, G. 4109 Coy, B. 0020 Coy, F. 0000 Dorenbush 0030 Berg 0040 Coy, S. 0010 TOTAL 40 17 27 97 West Bend Girls Lakota Girls 14 21 17 22 14 67 34 24 18 97 AHS Claude Espe Betts Meyer Laws Jones Boldridge Black Farnham Wildin BB SCORING AVERAGES G 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 5 7 PTS 136 132 66 62 44 38 30 11 14 5 538 AVE 19.4 18.9 9.4 8.9 6.3 5.4 4.3 2.2 2. / 176.9 Dears Ranked Eighth Best In The State Garrigan High School's Golden Bears, winners of their last five games alter an opening loss, were rated eighth in the state of Iowa by the UPI Dec. 21. Coach Steve McCall's club has posted wins over St. John's, Spencer, Newman, Ppcahontas Catholic and St. Edmond, plus a one- half 43*34 showing against North Des Moines in the annual IHSAA Coaches Clinic Dec. 17 at Des Moines. GHS G PTS AVE LaBarre 6 130 21.7 Reding 6 1Q6 17.7 D, Muller 6 90 15. Becker 6 66' 11. J. Muller 6 36 6. Youngwirth 6 36 6. Courtney 6 16 2.7 Nitchals 6 9 1,5 McCarthy 6 8 1.3 6 499 83.1 WEST BEND BOYS (53) FG FT PF TP Meyer 1012 Banwart 4139 Collins, C. 5 8 4 18 Jones 5 2 5 12 Wirtz 1042 Shellmeyer 2226 Collins, T. 0000 Dogotch 2024 TOTAL 20 13 21 53 LAKOTA BOYS (51) FG FT PF TP Koppen 2256 Krominga 7 4 2 18 Johnson 1022 Madetzke 3036 Sleper 1224 Karels 33 4 9 Hertzke 3026 TOTAL 20 11 20 51 West Bend Boys Lakota Boys 15 7 13 10 15 53 13 18 13 51 Ledyard Bows by 2 LEDYARD - The Algona Public High school Junior varsity basketball team edged the Ledyard varsity 82-80 here Tuesday night in overtime play. ALGONA PUBLIC JR. Rogert Taylor Boyle* Peterson Black Olson Betts Rlchter TOTAL VARSITY (82) FG FT PF TP 7 3 1 17 8 4 3 20 1153 3046 9 5 5 23 2044 S 3 4 9 0050 83 16 31 82 LEDYARD(80) Mayne Lloyd Govern Logeinafln Johwon, B Johnson, A P9QtJ« TOTAL FG FT PF TP 6 4 5 16 1446 7 2 0 16 5 tl 4 21 4 7 5 15 0202 2034 25 30 21 80 Bancroft TopsSwea BANCROFT - St. John's High School basketball team of Bancroft scored Its second *ln of the season over Swea City here Tuesday night downing the Trojans 70-41. SWEA CITY (41) FG FT PF TP Burt Teams Split Wins Thursday, Dee. 29, 1966 A!g*n« (la.) Upper Del M*ln«i-? Person L of strom Berg Peterson Johnson Newlln Plngel Larson Greimann TOTAL 1 3 3 0 3 4 1 1 0 16 BANCROFT Farrow Vaske Meyer Schneider Hammers Cajrpontor Nurro Klssner Dlers Stork TOTAL FG 6 B 1 0 1 1 0 2 8 1 28 1 1 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 9 (70) 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 11 FT PF 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 4 2 2 14 2 1 1 4 4 0 1 2 4 0 19 3 7 7 0 10 10 2 2 0 41 Tt» 12 20 3 0 3 2 0 8 18 4 70 Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. In Algona - competitive catalog prices. ARMSTRONG - Burt and Armstrong High School basketball teams each picked up a victory here Tuesday night as the Armstrong boys beat Burt 60-43 and the Burt girls defeated the Armstrong girls 58-47. In the first game, the Burt girls built a four point lead at the end of the first quarter, 15-11. Burt Increased Its lead to 10 points at the end of the first half, 28-18. Burtoutscored Armstrong 30-29 In the second half. Claudia Cecil scored 24 points to lead Armstrong. High scorer for Burt was Charlotte Lap.ie with 30 points. The teams were deadlocked at the end of the first half 23-23 before the Armstrong boys made their offensive move. The Tigers outscored Burt 20-9 in the third quarter to take a 43-32 lead Into the final period. Armstrong found the range for 17 points In the final quarter while holding the Bears to 11 points to score its winning margin of 17 points. Duyane Von Bank scored 21 points for the Tigers with John Luscornbe adding 15 points. Leading scorer for Burt was Phil McFarland with 17 points. BURT GIRLS (88) FG FT PF Lappe, Charlotte Lappe, Charlene 6 2 3 Ortman 7 2 2 Becker, L. 003 Ackerman 008 Lappe, Kathy 008 Becker, J. 001 TOTAL 19 20 24 Burt Girls IS 13 16 14 68 Armstrong Girls 11 7 13 16 47 BURT BOYS (43) FO FT PF TP Batt 4129 McFarland 7 3 3 17 Cranston 2118 Laurenz 2226 Patterson 3006 TOTAL 18 7 8 43 ARMSTRONG BOYS (60) FG FT PF TP 10 1 0 21 0101 7 1 a 1* 3 points and Carol 9w*n»on added M for Ringsted while ftttn H611 tattled 2S Md LttotM Filer chipped in 19 for Lincoln • Central. RINGSTED BOYS (68) PO Pf f P TP 23 16 10 S 8 TP 7 16 8 30 12 16 0 0 0 0 88 Von Bank Lattey Luscornb* Rooney, Ja. Rooney, Jl. Rerac DanleUon TOTAL rueber Millet JODD0OB, R. Peltercen Pederten Johnsca, S. Joto*on,D. TOTAL L-C Bow 8 1 4 2 4 1 0 S 1 0 0 1 I 4 3 2 2 0 1 17 la 14 65 7 1» 9 13 48 1 3 7 6 0 0 10 2014 i o o a 28 7 60 ARMSTRONG OIRLS(47) FG FT PF TP Ringsted Cagers Divide Rlnt«t«l Boys 18 IS It 17 68 fUNOSTBD OfltLf (47) PT PF W*t*M Sor*ft*0fl PUcker RaaMfl Johnson TOTAL t-C Girt* 8 14 3 26 I 4 1 20 0030 e 1 « 004 002 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 14 ta If 47 11 IS U 17 84 Cecil, C. CUrk Sevold Cecil, D. Colston Oleson Nelaon Helcuon Jones Breuer TOTAL 6 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 18 12 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 3 1 0 3 0 4 1 8 0 3 20 24 17 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 47 RINGSTED - Monty Fischer's 23 points paced a trio of Ring* sted double figure scorers u the Dues downed Lincoln Central oJ-48. "to girls' action, Lincoln Central edged the RJngsted girls 54-47. Nortna Watson scored 26 nu«flte4 Oiri« a la 7 14 47 INSURED? OGDEN, Utah— Firemen were called nut In the middle of the night to put out • house fire, hut they didn't havt to rescue any occupants. The blaee was In a tree house built by neighborhood children. *' : ', . 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