The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1965 · Page 7
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Bulldogs, Bears Win; Tangle In District Finale Monday A sellout crowd saw, Algona high whip Lakota, 77-65, andGar- rigan edge St. John's of Bancroft, 60-58, in District Tournament action here Friday night setting up the fourth meeting in history of the local teams. _The Bulldogs carried an 11-9 season mark (and three straight wins) and Garrlgan had a 10-11 season record (and two wins in a row) going Into the game last night (Monday). In three previous meetings, • the Bears had two wins. The last time the two tangled was in 1962 when Garrlgan won. Algona's victory over Lakota came as the result of a red hot performance during the second quarter. The Bulldogs then came back In the final half and hit 54 percent of their shots to preserve the win. The loss sent Lakota to the sidelines with a 21-2 season mark and Coach Earl Zwagerman's club has now lost only four games In three years (Including two of three to Algona), while posting a won- lost percentage of .939. " it was tied 19-19 and 21-21 early in the second round when Algona's pressing defense and some fine out-shooting by the locals allowed Coach Howie Stephenson's club to move In front. Dan Merryman, who turned In a terrific eight minutes, canned five buckets and three free tosses, Craig Espe hit three longies and Teeter hit a pair of baskets and two free throws as the lead went to 31-25 and 42-27 before Lakota rallied on the shooting of Roger Becker to close the gap to 44-31 at half time. During one stretch, with Merryman, Espe, Hardy, Tom Claude and Dave Walker stealing Lakota passes, Algona scored 11 consecutive points. Walker, sent in to take over for Al Prlebo, who picked up three early fouls, paired with Teeter to give Algona a decided edge under the boards. While the final margin was only 12 points, the Bulldogs, with Espe, Teeter and Claude shooting well and Frlebe and Teeter grabbing rebounds, upped their lead to 60-39 late in the third round - and led 61-41 at the three-quarter mark. Algona out-shot the Eagles 3123 from the field, hitting 39 percent ( ln the first half and 54 in the second while the losers hit 29 and 42 percent, but Lakota took up some of the slack with a 19-15 edge from the free throw line. Algona fouled 11 times each half and Lakota 10. Teeter led both clubs in scoring with 23 points, while Becker of the Eagles was the top re- bounder in the contest with 14. He finished with 17 points after getting 26 in Lakota's opening win over Armstrong. On All-Loop Team ALGONA. Steve Hardy, left, senior guard, and Dale Teeter, right, Junior forward, on Coach Howie Stephenson's 1964-65 Algona high school basketball team, were honored this week when they were named to the 7-man North Central Conference all-loop team. Teeter, who will be back for another go at it next winter, topped the conference In scoring with 289 points In 14 games - an average of 20.6 per game, while Hardy was llth with 171 points and a 12.2 average. Dan Merryman, Junior forward, finished 13th with 163 points and an 11.6 mark. SPORTS A total of 51 personal fouls, and three technicals were called and two players were ejected from action as Garrlgan came from behind to get past St. John's. And the Bears, who hit only three of 18 free throws in the . first three quarters, put away seven coming down the stretch to win. The game at times developed into a'"tackle the man with the ball" fray - and the 51 fouls did • not include apparent fouls several times when players from both clubs darted and sprawled on top of each other while attempting to pick up the elusive ball. The tide turned in favor of the Bears, who won with hustle, when with 3:16 left In the fourth quarter-and Garrlgan behind, 5348, Joe Ringsdorf of the Bears and Bob Hatten of the Johnnies -got in a pushing match under the St. John's basket. Both got the heave-ho - and both teams added _ a pair of free throws to their m "totals, making it 55-50. From ' there on, the Bears, with Chuck Becker hitting two fielders, Dick Bleich getting one and Bill Red- Ing, Jerry Bradley and Dick Muller canning free throws, posted the win. St. John's had all the best of it during the early going - as the ball refused to drop for Garrigan. The Johnnies led 7-6 halfway through the opening period, then with Dick Diers, Mike Carpenter, Hatten and Don Menke hitting, St. John's roared to a 19-11 lead as the quarter ended. Becker turned in quite a job for the locals, getting 15 points to wind up the top scorer for McCall's crew, while Muller and Potthoff each got 11 and Bleich 10. Hatten got 18 for the Johnnies while Carpenter notched 11 and Menke and McCarthy, who did a great job in a reserve role, , each got nine. St. John's held a 46-42 edge in rebounding, with Hatten, Diers and McCarthy carrying most of " the load, ' WANT THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS! • PHONE 295-3535 • 8c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged UDM Want Ads Reach 6,000 Families Each Week! Algoni Upper Det Molnei Classified Rates FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - Big Rugged Purebred Spotted fall boars, ready for service, also bred Gilts for Marchfarrow. CLARENCE HOCK, Manson, la. (14-16) FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc full open gilts. Would make gooc} brood sows. Market price plus $10 head. W. J. STEWART, Burt, la. Ph, 4R96, (12tf) FOR SALE - Victor adding machines, either manual or electric, 10 key or full keyboard, Compact, economical, efficient, - At the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co, office supply department. 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Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 24th day of February, 1965. Viola S. Spear Executor of said Estate Titonka, Iowa Winkel & Winkel Attorney for said Executor Algona, |owa Pate of second publication: 9th day of March, 1965. (15-17) ro Merryman S Hardy 4 Claude 4 Espe 7 ButzUe 0 Walker 0 Priebe 2 Teettr 9 TOTALS 3i O?) FT- 8-9 0-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-2 1-3 5-6 A r TP 18 8 14 1 0 5 23 15-27 22 77 LAKOTA — (65) FO FT-A F TP Thompson 4 2-3 310 Ellsworth 2 0-1 3 4 Hltten 2 1-2 2 5 Corde« 5 5-11 4 15 TJaden 2 1-1 4 5 Becker 6 7-8 3 19 Cushman 0 3-5 1 3 Hamilton 2 0-0 0 4 TOTALS 23 19-31 20 65 Score by Quarter* Alrona 17 44 61 LakoU 19 31 41 Team Record! — Algona S); LakoU (21-2). 77 65 (11- ALGONA GARRIGAN — (60) T-A F T FG FT- P Muller 4 3-5 4 11 Bleich 5 0-4 2 10 Smith 0 0-0 0 0 Ringsdorf 0 0-0 5 0 Bradley 01-211 Youngwirth ... 0 0-2 2 0 Reding 3 2-3 3 8 LaBarr* 1 0-0 1 2 Derner 1 0-0 1 2 Becker 7 1-4 4 15 Potthoff 4 3-12 5 11 TOTALS 25 10-23 28 60 ST. JOHN'S BANCROFT — (58) FG FT-A F TP Goehe o o-o 1 o Vaske 0 0-0 2 0 McCarthy 2 4-8 1 8 Menke 2 5-7 3 9 Melster 0 4-4 4 4 Carpenter 3 8-8 5 11 Diers 3 1-5 5 7 Hatten 7 5-13 4 19 TOTALS . .. 17 24-46 22 58 Score hy Quarters Algona Garrlgan 11 30 45 60 St. John'i Bancroft 19 30 41 58 Team Records — Oarrlgan (10-11); St. John 1 * (13-4). JOHNNIES, BEARS WIN EASILY St. John's of Bancroft and Gar- rlgan moved easily into semifinal round action of the meet with overwhelming wins Wednesday night, Feb. 24. The Johnnies ran their season mark to 18-3 with an 84-48 verdict over Sentral and the Golden Bears upped their season record to 9-11 with a convincing 76-33 romp past Graettinger. . While St. John's took an early lead over Sentral in the opening fray of the night, thanks to the scoring of Mike Carpenter, Dick Diers and Bob Hatten, it wasn't until a torrid third quarter blast that Coach V. J. Meyer's club put the game out of reach of the Satellites. Diers led both clubs in scoring with 24 points, while Carpenter got 22 and Hatten 18 for the winners and Tom Geitzenauer, Elmers and Mar low got 12 each for the Satellites. Garrlgan could hit the bucket and Graettinger couldn't - that was pretty much the story of the second game. Seldom has such a cold shooting team been seen here - the ball refused to go in for the Pirates, who got only one field goal in the first half! Chuck Becker, Don Potthoff and Bill Reding canned the points as the Bears, after a rather slow start, picked up momentum after two minutes of play in the first period. Garrigan hit eight fielders and was 5-for-5 from the free throw line while fashioning a 21-3 bulge at the end of eight minutes of action. Becker had nine, Potthoff six and Reding four points to lead the early rally. Almost half the second stanza went by before Dean Peterson swished Graettinger's first (and only) field goal of the half. Meanwhile Reding got hot and hit three long ones in a row as the Bears, who led 28-6 at one time, took a 34-10 halftime bulge. Graettinger had a huge advantage, as Garrigan had committed 18 fouls during first-half action but free throws wouldn't drop for the visitors, either, as they hit only eight of 24 chances. And Garrigan had a 31-12 edge in rebounds, Coach McCall used 12 men (Jerry Bradley and Tom Derner rejoined the club, partially recovered from sickness and a fractured bone, respectively) and 10 of them got into the scoring column as substitutions were made freely. Reding topped the scoring with 16 points, followed by Potthoff with 13, Dick Muller 12, and Becker 11. Potthoff led the rebounding corps with 12, followed by Becker and Reding, seven each, and Muller six. Graettinger didn't have a man in double figures, Bill Kathman topping the Pirates in scoring with eight tallies. Dale Munson got eight rebounds for the losers. Box scores: St. John's (84) FG FT F Diers Carpenter Hatten Menke Meister Goche Meyer McCarthy Vaske 9 8 8 1 4 2 0 1 6-10 6-7 2-8 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-3 0-0 33 18-35 3 3 4 3 2 1 2 0 0 IF Sentral (48) FG FT F Dacken L. Geitzenauer T. Geitzenauer Eimers Mario w ; Utho! 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