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12-Alaono, (la.) Upper DM Molnee Tuetday, Jan. 31, 1967 II • C II ~n n~*— if y* r-/% Johnnies rail Bears Belt Kuemper, 63-50, To Win Diocesan A A Crown Diocesan Meet A solid attack that featured three men in double figures and the strong rebounding of Dick Mulier, BUI Reding and Jim Youngwirth, gave Garrigan's Golden Boars the class AA Sioux City Diocesan championship Sunday night. The locals posted their 12th straight victory and upped their season mark to 12-1 with an impressive 63-50 verdict over Carrol Kuemper's Knights. A large crowd saw the finale in the Sioux City auditorium. The loss gave the Knights a 6-3 season mark. St. John's of Bancroft dropped a 69-55 decision to Gran- vllle Spaulding in the consolation round of the class A division earlier Sunday and placed fourth. Reding and Dick Mulier, largely responsible for the win, fired the club during the early going, with Reding getting nine points as the locals raced to a 16-9 lead at the quarter buzzer. Mulier and brother Jack were in charge under the boards for the taller Bears. Mulier hit three goals, including a hook shot, running his total to 12 points as the halftime lead went to 33-24. Reding had 11 points at intermission time and Jim Youngwirth flipped in four points during the second stanza to help the Bears' cause. Joe Backer, held to two points during the first half, hit three goals and Dick Mulier and Reding added four points each as the locals upped the bulge to 50-34 at the three-quarter mark. Eleven straight points allowed the Bears to steam ahead. Coach Steve McCall employed his stall offense during the final stanza as the win was sealed. Dick added five more paints to his total, winding up with 21, while Reding finished with 17. Yoangwirth in a reserve role, counted eight. Dave Daeges topped the losers with 18 points, while Louie Bil- meier got 12. Brian LaBirre of the Bears got into foul trouble with three in the first period and Dick Mulier had three by halftime. Ten fouls were called on the winners in the first half - and a total of 14 in the game, while the losers committed 19. Dick Mulier and Reding were named to the All-Tourney team immediately following the championship fray asGarriganwasthe only school entered that had two selected to the honor club. Box score: GARRIGAN (63) FG FT F Reding 6 5-5 1 LaBarre 2 2-43 D. Mulier 6 9-11 2 Becker 3 0-13 J. Mulier 1 0-0 4 Youngwirth 2 4-40 Courtney l 1-21 21 21-27 14 KUEMPER (50) FG FT F Houlihan 2 0-0 2 Bllmeler 44-43 MJddendorf 1 1-2 5 Daegas 7 4-63 Sciroeder 02-22 Macke 2 0-0 1 Pirotte 3 i-i 3 19 12-15 19 Garrigan travels to Mason City for a second meeting with Newman tonight (Tuesday), then host Keumper here Saturday night. Toe locals dumped Newman, 9256, here Dec. 9. Grapplers Dump Osage; Readying For Tourney Victories in the final three matches of the night gave Algona High School's wrestling team a 23-16 victory at Osage Friday night. The win closed the dual season as the locals finished with three straight victories and a fine 9-2-1 mark - one of the best in the school's history. The Bulldogs, who were 9-2 In 1962-63, 11-2 in 1963-64 and 10-3 the following season, posted a 4-7 dual record last year, then grabbed the state class A crown on top-flight performances by four men. They were also second in 1962-63, third the next year and second again in 1985 before winning the title last spring, all under Coach Champ Martin, who has been at the helm for about 19 years. They'll be after another shot at the bullseye when the Sectional Meet opens Friday, Feb. 9, at Clarion. The field there will be tops in the state, probably, as Sectional and District winners from this area practically always do well in the State Tournament. There will be nine teams in the 2-day meet at Clarion, with winners andrun- ners-up in each weight class slated to move on to the District. Algona led four times at Osage - and the final lead stood up for the win, withMoxMiller, 165, taking a decision to give the Bulldogs the upper hand, 17-16, followed by decisions at 180 by Phil Bode and by Brad Farnham, heavyweight, for the final margin. Denny Petersen, 95-pounder (a freshman who has been doing a lot of winning the last two-thirds of the season), gave Algona a 3-0 lead with a decision, but the locals dropped the next pair and trailed, 8-3, before Larry Munger, 120, and Steve Claude, 127, won for a 9-8 margain. Another loss and a draw made it 13-11, with Osage on top. Then Clint Young, 145, chalked up his 20th win without a loss and it was 14-13, but a defeat at 154 set the stage for Miller, Bode and Farnham. Putersen upped his record to 12-7-1; Munger to 15-4-1; Claude, 11-8; Miller, 18-2; Bode, 12-4-1; and Farnham, 10-8-2, with their decisions. Results (Bulldogs listed first): 95 -Denny Petersendecisloned Moore, 4-0. 103 - Paul Watkins lost to Funk, 4-0. 112 - Tom Laing thrown by Grimm, 3:52. 120- Larry Mitngerdecisioned Brandow, 6-1. 127 - Steve Claude decisioned Markham, 5-0. 133- Don Camp lost to Loften, 13-5. 138 - Randy Rledin»er csd Harig drew, 2-2. 145 - Clint Young decisioned B. Cast, 2-0. 154 - Bruce Bennett lost to Kleckner, 8-5. 165 - Max Miller decisioned T. Cast, 6-0. 180 - Phil Bode decisioned Ohden, 6-5. Hwt. - Brad Farnham decis- ioned Olsen, 4-1. . Algona's Junior Varsity dropped a 27-20 decision in the curtain-raiser, with Mike Dailey getting a fall and Gary Gade, Lance Rutledge and Larry Taylor posting decisions and Wayne Taylor, Jerry Simpson and Rob Claude draws. Sentral Cage Double Win FENTON — Sentral of Fcnton took both the boys' and girls' games from litonka in State Line basketball conference action Friday night Sentral girls coasted over Tltonka 4329, and the boys humbled the todians 68-34. Sentral boys never dropped below 15 points per quarter as they outscored Tltonka each time period. That a long night was In store for the Indians was obvious at haUtlme as the Satellites led by more than double Titonka's score 34-14. Fenton continued to add to the margin and the game ended 68-34. Km Marlow led both the da- tense and offense as he hit for 18 points and picked off most rebounds. Jim GeiUenautr was close behind with Iff points, Oarrel desklng, Oeryl Harms, and Jim Banting each dropped la 10 for Tttcoka. Fenton was sparked by Betty Wehrspan with eight field goals for 16 total points. Teammates Vicky Elmers and Theresa Voigt added 13 and 10 respectively. Only Karen Rlcktess managed double figures for Tltonka with TITONKA BOYS (34) FG FT PF TP Glesktag 4 2 4 10 Harms 5 0 2 10 Bahllng 5 0 4 10 Kiley 0222 Wubben 1032 Ludwig 0040 TOTAL 15 4 19 34 SENTRAL BOYS (68) FG FT PF TP Luedtke 3218 Brlerle 2226 Kcrtwr 413$ Lee 1022 Geltzentuer 5 6 0 16 Mueller 0 s 2 5 Marlow 8 2 1 18 Johnson 2024 n« 4 T? TAL as " " «• Titonka Boys 7 7 14 6 34 Swttral Boys 19 15 15 19 68 TITONKA GIRLS(29) FG FT PF TP Rickless 6 6 0 18 Cunningham 2 1. 2 5 Afckerman 3036 Harms 0050 B*enken 0 0 1 o Smidt OOto TOTAL 11 7 12 29 SENTRAL GIRLS (43) „, t FG FT PF TP Wehrspan 0 0 3 16 Elmers 6 1 0 13 Volgt 2 6 1 10 Loekwood 2004 Johnson 0010 BUnchard 0030 Krause 0 0 1 o Brtndow 0 o l o Douglas OOio TOTAL 18 7 11 43 Titonka Girls 5 11 1 12 29 Sentral Girls 13 8 11 11 43 Bancroft St. John's managed to score only 15 points the second half at Emmetsburg Thursday night after holding a 30-27 halftime lead and lost to Fonda 53-45 in the Sioux City Diocesan Tournament. Bancroft moved into consolation play Sunday afternoon at Sioux City. In Thursday night's game Bancroft, normally a high scoring ball club, managed to make only 25 per cent of its field goal attempts. Steve Vaske and Dick Diers scored 19 and 14 points, respectively, for the Johnnies while Gary Fulcher was high for Fonda with 23 points. BANCROFT (45) FG FT PF TP Farrow 2337 Vaske 7 5 2 19 Diers 6 2 3 14 Meyer 0323 Nemmers 0020 Carpenter 1032 TOTAL 16 13 15 45 Swea Elevator Sold The Swea City elevator is among 33 in Iowa and South Dakota owned by Quaker Oats which have been sold to the Nutrena Feeds division of Cargill, Inc., effective March 1. No changes in operating personnel are planned. •^ "^ -^ -^ "^ ^ '^ ~^ ~^ •^-w r ^^~* r -r~*--~-r •* CHUCK BEHR'S FIRST ANNUAL pache Camping TRAILER SHOW Friday — Saturday — Sunday February 3, 4 & 5 NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY - ALGONA Hours: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.. Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. 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