The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1967 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1967
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TO-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinw Tuesday, Jan. 24, 1967 Grapplers Post Rapid Win Over C-Lake 40-8 LuVerne Edged Out Of North Star Tourney Racking up 35 straight points during a nine-win spree, Algona High School's wrestling team throttled Clear Lake, 40-8, in a North Central Conference dual meet here Friday night. The win upped the Bulldogs' season mark to 8-2-1 and set up the final dual meet of the current season at Osage this Friday night. Sectional, District and State Tournament competition will follow. Coach Champ Martin's outfit came up with five falls In the victory over the Lions Friday in a meet that took Just one hour and seven minutes to complete - undoubtedly one of the fastest in history here. Clear Lake managed a fall and decision for its points. Bruce Bennett at 154 posted the fastest fall of the night when he scissored B. Moen of the Lions In 51 seconds. Denny Petersen, 95-pounder, showed plenty of quick power as he leveled D. Ingersoll In 1:07; Don Camp, 133, hustled his way to a fall over C. Miller In 1:59; Phil Bode, 180, showed plenty of drive and strength in his fall over J. Stork in 2:29; and Larry Munger, 120, used hts craftiness well as he nailed B. Calhoun in 5:53. Jerry Simpson, 112, racked up his first win of the campaign, Steve Claude, 127, got his tenth, Randy Riedinger, 138, his 13th, Clint Young, 145, remained unbeaten with his 19th victory, and Max Miller was explosive as he got his 17th win at 165. All of the Bulldogs showed plenty of hustle as they ran their record f since the holiday break to 4-0-'l. The team had a 4-2 mark before Christmas. Results, with Algona's grapplers listed first: 95 - Denny Petersen threw Ingersoll, 1:07. 103 - Ed Bennett thrown by R, Sehwichtenberg, 3:52. 112 -JerrySimpsondecisioned J. Schwichtenbsrg, 4-0. 120 - Larry Munger threw Calhoun, 5:53. 127 - Steve Claude decisioned Tlbbitts, 3-0. 133 - Don Camp threw Miller, 1:59. 138 - Randy Riedinger decis- ioned Nelson, 5-0. 145 - Clint Young decisioned Kennedy, 4-0. 154 - Bruce Bennett threw Moen, : 51. 165 - Max Miller decisioned Hughes, 13-1. 180 - Phil Bode threw Stork, .2:29. Hwt. - Brad Farnham decision- ed by Schlichting, 4-2. Algona's. Junior Varsity chalked up a 34-15 victory in the curtain-raiser as Duane Hunt and Paul Watkins registered falls and Darrell Miller, Lance Rutledge, Randy Calhoun and Larry Taylor got decisions. Rob Claude got a draw and Gary Gade and Wayne Taylor won by forfeit. MEDALS Joel R. Vicks, Sabula native, received the Army commendation medal recently for "outstanding performance of duty" in Viet Nam. Vicks is a member of the 823rd Ordnance Co. at Savanna Army Depot, Viet Nam. Airman First Class David V. Giebelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Giebelstein of Maquoketa, recently received the Air Force Commendation Medal for meritorious service at Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand. Goldfleld inflicted a third straight loss on the LuVerne Lions and sent the Kossuth entry out of the North Star Conference Tournament at Corwith Thursday night. The loss left the Lions with a 9-5 record. The defeat came after LuVerne raced to a 40-32 halftime lead— and appeared on the way to a win. But the Goldfield clubman- aged to stage a last-half comeback, featuring the scoring of Bill Huisman, Mike Brown and Dave Axon, to take the win. Lu Verne had five men in double figures in the fray, led by Roger Hanson with 21. Huisman canned 33, Brown 21 and Axon 16 for the winners. LuVerne box score: FG FT F Nelson 5 3-75 Hanson 8 3-3 2 Trauger 6 0-0 4 Will 44-50 Bristow 42-43 Stripling 2 4-2 2 The boys downed Klemme at Corwith Wednesday night, 7447, in second round action. Lu- Verne had nine boys get into the scoring column, led by Roger Hanson with 20 points and Don Bristow with 19. Then came Doug Nelson, nine, Denny Hanselman, eight, Daryl Trauger and Mike Stripling, five each, Duane Will, four, and Rex Bristow and Denny Barber, two each. Mike Kuhlers and Bob Hagen led the losers with 11 points apiece. Lu Verne's girls dropped a 6850 decision to Kanawha, top team in the loop, Tuesday night as Lois Stuffiick flipped in 48 points for the winners. Michele Coyle got 23 and Linda Wilhelm 22 for LuVerne. Twin Rivers Teams Second In Conference Prior to Friday night action, the Twin Rivers boys and girls were each In second place in the standings of the Twin Lakes Conference. Each had a 6-3 loop mark. Rolfe is leading the boys with a 7-2 mark and Pocahontas tops the girls' stand- Ings with a 9-0 record. M. Christiansen of Twin Rivers was third in scoring among the boys with 165 points and an 18.3 average, while D. Logue, 125, 15.6; R. Clark, 125, 13.7; and S. 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