The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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Ledyard, W-Bend, Ringsted, Armstrong Win Tourney Games Ledyard dumpted Burt, 72-36, West Bend got past Corwith- Wesley, 56-54, Ringsted bumped Cylinder, 80-64, Armstrong Downed Titonka, 53-46, andMes- ervey-Thornton swept past Woden-Crystal Lake, 68-52, as play opened In Boys Sectional basketball tournaments around this area Monday night, Two contests were played at Armstrong, while the others were single games at Lakota, Rolfe and Clear Lake. Ringsted bounced Cylinder in the opener, a class B contest, at Armstrong, as Greg Hanson pumped in 17 points to take scoring honors. John Wickman led the losers with 21 points, but Ringsted never trailed, leading 19-6, 41-25 and 64-43 at the quarter buzzers. Armstrong's win over Titonka came in class A action as Dick Barrett found the range and scored 19 points for the winners. Rick Thomas topped Titonka with 15 as Armstrong upped its season mark to 14-3. Armstrong led at the quarter, 16-12, and half, 30-21, then had to come from behind as Titonka led at the three-quarter mark, 40-39. Ledyard's win over Burt came in the class B Sectional at Lakota as the winners took an 18-8 first quarter lead and never trailed, going on to a 41-19 halftime bulge and 56-30 lead at the three quarter buzzer. Dontje topped the winners with 24 points, while Ortman got 13 for Burt. George Bargman, a spark for West Bend all season, stole the ball and put home a lay-up with three seconds left to give the Bulldogs their thrilling overtime win over Corwith-Wesley at Rolfe in a class A game. West Bend, now 16-2 for the season, led 17-13 at. the quarter, 35-23 at halftime and 49-38 at the end of three periods, but Corwith- Wesley came back and knotted the count at 52 when the final buzjjer sounded. Bargman missed one lay-up, but the sec- ong' was good and West Bend pulled out the win. Bruce Balgeman. was high for the winners with 24 points, while Andy Moore gc^t 23 for the losers^ who-wound up with an 8-8 mark'."/'" : " " ,Woden-Crystal Lake's loss came in class B action at Clear Lake. The losers trailed 1210 at the quarter and led 22-18 at halftime, but Meservy-Thornton put the game away with a hot third quarter blast. Top scorer for the winners was Bruce Abram with 36 points, while Rick Etherington totaled 14 for the losers. Play in the meets continues during the week, with winners to advance to District Tournaments beginning next Monday. 3 County Girls Cage Teams Win Tuesday In first round state sectional girls basketball action, Tuesday night, three Kossuth county teams survived first round play. At Fenton, Ringsted defeated Ayrshire, 64 to 43, and Sentral downed Cylinder, 55 to 31. At Thompson, Lakota had an easy time downing Thompson, but Titonka bowed to Rockwell- Swaledale, 57 to 37. At Corwith, Twin Rivers edged Ledyard in one of the night's closest contests, 63 to 58, and Corwith-Wesley took Ventura, 70 to 57. At Gruver, Armstrong had an easy time with Lincoln-Central and moved to the semi-finals. Play continues through this week. Thursday, Feb. 18, 1965 Algeria, (la.) Upper Des Molntt-13 LuVerne Girls 49-39 Losers In Sectional LuVerne's girls basketball team was knocked from the Sectional Tournament at Thornton, Saturday night, 49-39, by Alden sending the Kossuth entry to the sidelines with a 12-8 season record. The Lions led, 16-14, at the end of the first period, then trailed 27-26 and 38-33 at halftime and the three-quarter mark. Jane Hanselman topped the losers in scoring with 19 points, followed by Dawn Lindebak with 16. Judy Gardalen topped the winners with 20 points. Box score - LuVerne: FG FT Hanselman Hanson Lindebak Brink .Schnakenberg Nelson 8 2 8 0 0 jp_ 18 F 3-14 2 0-2 0-0 0-0 .0-0 0-0 1 4 3 0 2_ 3-16 12 West Bend Wins Cage Crown West Bend's boys won the Cornbelt Conference title on the final night of league play, and Everly copped the girls' crown, statistics released by conference secretary jBob Maske showed today. Bears Bulldogs, Wind Up Friday Algona's Bulldogs and Garrigan's Golden Bears will attempt to end the regular basketball season with wins this Friday night. Coach Howie Stephenson's Bulldogs are at home for their finale against Iowa Falls in a North Central Conference meeting, while the Bears, under Coach Steve McCall, head to Ft. Dodge and a third meeting with St. Edmond. Algona high dropped an 8271 verdict to Iowa Falls there in an earlier meeting this season, while Garrigan holds two seven-point victories, 73-66 and 67-60, ovei.St. Edmond in games played here earlier, The Bulldogs will put an 8-9 season record and 6-7 loop mark on the line against the Cadets. The locals dropped a 60-53 contest to Clarion in their latest outing last Friday. AHS has scored 1031 points, while giving up 1074 in 17 outings, an average offensive mark of 60.6 and defensive mark of 63.2. Dale Teeter, loop scoring leader, tops the locals in scoring with 352 points, and a 20.7 average. Steve Hardy is next with 197 points and an 11.6 average, followed by Dan Merryman, 196, 11.5, Al Priebe, 72, 7.2, Craig Espe, 35, 5, and Tom Claude, 25, 3.4, The Bears have totaled 1089 points while giving up 1118 in 18 games, an offensive mark of 60.5 ana defensive record of 624, while winning eight and losing iOY, The locals were dumped, 65-58, by QJibertville Don Bosco in their latest outing Saturday night, New scoring leader for the Bears is Don potthoff, with 239 points and a 13.2 average, He is followed by Chuck Becker, fiPI KOSSWH COUNTY "l .SPORTS] 3 AHS Grapplers After State Titles, Waterloo First round opposition for Algona high school's three representatives in the State Wrestling Tournament, Denny Miller, Dave Martin, and Tom Fitzpatrick, was announced this week. Miller, 138 pounder who won the state title at 133 a. year ago, will meet Jim Coins of Cedar Rapids Prairie, Martin, 145, will meet Charles Peters of Grundy Center, and Fitzpatrick is slated to tangle with Randy Carlson of Tri-Center of Neola in the heavyweight division. Algona grabbed third in the State Tournament a year ago and was second a year earlier. The team placed third in the Sectional Meet at Britt this year, with three men, Larry Munger, 103, Miller and Fitzpatrick taking firsts and Martin a third, then wound up third in the District Meet at Osage, with Miller, Martin and Fitzpatrick taking firsts. 169, 9.4, Bill Reding, 130, 7.2, Dick Bleich, 123, 6.8, and Dick Muller, 116, 6.4. Jerry Bradley, who counted 200 points in 16 games before contracting glandular fever, led the club with a 12.5 average before being forced to the sidelines. Open District BB Meet At GHS Monday First round play in the District 5 Basketball Tournament at Garrigan Fieldhouse will get underway next Monday evening, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m., when the winner of the Armstrong class A Sectional meets the winner of the Lakota class B Sectional. Algona's Bulldogs will tangle with the Emmetsburg E- Hawks in the second contest that evening at 8:30 p.m. The rest of the meet slate looks like this; Wednesday, Feb. 24-7 p.m.: Sentral vs. Bancroft St. John's; and 8:30: Garrigan vs. Graettinger; Friday, Feb. 26, 7 and 8:30 p.m., semifinal games. On Relay Team, Cornell Tankers MOUNT VERNON, 1A. - Home meets against Beloit and Lawrence here Friday and Saturday posed the toughest assignments thus far for Cornell College's unbeaten swimming team. 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