The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1965 · Page 4
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Kuemper 19-0 Victor Over Garrigan; Now Face Pacelli Atgona, (la.) Upper Det Molnes Tuesday, October 19, 1965 Garrigan Twirler Tops Mary Beth Sterba, 16-year old junior at Garrigan high school, won the only one rating in class A in the solo baton twirling during the annual State Marching Band Contest at Estherville Saturday afternoon. Miss Sterba, shown above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sterba (her father is band director at Garrigan), is possibly the first twirler in history from this area to receive a one rating. Competition in the Band Contest was held in conjunction with the Estherville Band Festival, with the Estherville contest being one of only four in the state. Others are held at Davenport, Charles City and Shenandoah. Miss Sterba's solo twirling number was planned by her, and her top rating came after less than a week of preparation. She is one of the twirlers featured with the Garrigan band at home football contests. Her solo included nine required maneuvers, plus other moves placed in the routine by Miss Sterba. (UDM Polaroid Photo by Don Smith) Sentral Wallops Non-Loop Foe By 42-0 Tally Sentral defeated Woden-Crystal Lake 42-0 here Friday night in a non-conference game. Sentral was led by Jerry Nerem's two touchdowns. Ken Marlowe, Mike Lee, Lee Preston and Alan Marlowe each scored once. Sentral has a 4-2 record for the season and Woden is winless in five tries. West Bend Is 19-13 Loser Gary Severson scored two touchdowns to lead Everly to a 19-13 win over West Bend at Everly Friday night. Severson scored first on a 60-yard pass from Rick Froeh- lich and then ran a kickoff back 80 yards for the winning margin with a minute and a half left in the game. Everly is now 3-1-1 in the Cornbelt Conference while West Bend is now 2-3. Burl Gamely Succumbs Homecoming enthusiasm provided the head of steam Thompson needed for its first season victory as they triumphed over Burt 26-7 in Stateline Conference play at Thompson Friday night. On the first play from scrimmage, Tom Smith ran 64 yards for the TD. Smith reached paydirt once more later in the game when he scampered six Hurt's single touchdown was scored by Duane Peter who intercepted a pass and sprinted 50 yards for the score. A rewed-up band of Carroll Kuemper gridders made Homecoming there a complete success Friday night with a 19-0 victory over Garrigan's Golden Bears, who had a couple of more players sidelined by injuries during the rugged fray. The Bears will again have their hands full this weekend when they host the tough Austin Pacelli club. Game time is 8 p. m. Saturday and it will be Dad's Night at Garrigan Field. The Bears will be out to improve their 1-4-1 season mark. Kuemper got on the Scoreboard right after the opening kick-off with a sustained march resulting in a TD and 6-0 lead. The home club stayed on the ground to get its first score, but changed the pattern quite a bit after that. It was still 6-0 with 30 seconds left in the first half, with neither club mounting much of a threat. However, with that half-minute left, the Bears punted - and Kuemper had its second TD 26 seconds later. A 40-yard pass moved the home team to Garrigan's 30, and a 20-yarder put the ball on the 10, with the TD coming on the next play. A placekick for the extra point made it 13-0. The third period was scoreless and Kuemper wound up the scoring with a 50-yard touchdown pitch in the final round. Coach Beanie Cooper termed the Bears' showing as "the poorest team effort of the season, probably due to a letdown after three straight weeks of putting out all the way without winning." Gene Lickteig, defensive linebacker, sustained a fractured right leg during the heavy going in the second period (putting him out for the remaining two games), and moments later, Dave McCarthy, nose man on defense, also suffered a leg injury which at first was thought to be a broken bone, but later diagnosed as a bad bruise. Both were taken to a Carroll hospital for treatment. Dick Bleich, Garrigan's fleet back, was nothing short of sensational. He was responsible (again) for most of the Bears' rushing yardage, racked up yards after receiving short passes and had three 40-yard punt returns and a long kick-off return listed among his night's efforts. Cooper couldn't single out another man in the line-up as outstanding. Coach Cooper also stated Saturday that it will be known sometime this week if JoeRings- dorf, regular who has been out all season with a broken leg, will be available for action in the final two outings. He has been working out (running), but the leg still seems to be giving him some trouble. Kuemper out-gained the Bears, 382-118, rushing and passing, with Bleich getting Garrigan its only edge in the statistics with his kick returns. Statistics: G K First downs 7 18 Passes 15-4 17-9 Yds, passing 55 155 Passes int. by 12 Punts - Ave, 6-31 3-33 Yds, kicks ret. 156 39 Fumbles lost 0 1 Yds. penalized 30 25 Yds, rushing 63 227 Tot.yds.gained 118 382 TWIN LAKES Manson 15, Albert Cite 0 Laurens 25, Gilroore City 9 Pocahontas 7, Twin Rivers f Rockwell City 30, Rolfe 0 tAKES Cherokee 19, Spirit LaKe 13 Storm Lake 7, Emmetsburg Q Sheldon 20, Spencer 7 ^ TV ttf/A/ me Oft/at TH£Y BOAST OM£ OF TVPASSBS- Late TD Gives Armstrong Win At Swea City Armstrong's unbeaten Tigers scored in the last quarter to register a 22-20 State Line Con- fe rence at Swea City F riday night. The Trojans, now 3-2-If or the season, will travel to Titonka for a meeting with the Indians, who are 5-1 on the season this Friday night. Tom Elliott scored all three Swea City TDs against the Tigers Friday night, running his total for the year to 18 - possibly the top mark in the state. Laffey went one yard and Mart 45 yards for first period Armstrong touchdowns and Lindell kicked the extra points. Elliott zoomed 51 yards for a first quarter marker and Ricardo Correlas kicked the extra point. Armstrong led, 14-7, at the quarter Armstrong picked up a safety and Elliott ran 16 yards, with Correlas kicking the extra point, and the Tigers led 16-14 at halftime. Elliott broke away in the third stanza, dashing 27 yards, with the extra point no good, to give the Trojans a 20-16 lead, which was good until Mart got away for a 17-yard scoring jaunt in the final period. Elliott picked up 95 yards rushing and Craig Larson and Mike Kollasch were outstanding on defense for the Trojans, according to Coach Wayne Baker. Jim Larson, Trojan quarterback, sustained a chipped bone in his elbow in the second quarter and will be in a cast for 4-6 weeks, missing the final two games on the slate. Titonka Loses First Contest By 6-2 Count A touchdown in the last two minutes of the second quarter, gave Lincoln-Central of Gruver a 6-2 victory over Titonka in State Line action Friday night. The homecoming win was the third against one loss for the Hawks in the conference, good for a second place tie with Titonka. The loss was the first of the season for Titonka and something of an upset, Lincoln-Central drove 72 yards in nine plays, capped by a 48-yard touchdown run by Tom Weber in the final two minutes of the second quarter. Titonka was held by the fine defense play of the Hawks, deep in its territory most of the first half. Tyke moved no farther than the Hawks' 25-yard line in the half, During second half action, Tyke drove to the Hawks three-yard .STATE LINE Armstrong 4 0 1.000 Titonka 4 1 .800 Lincoln-Central .... 3 2 .600 Swta City 2 2 .500 Sontral ..2 2 .500 Thompson 1 4 .200 Burt 0 5 .000 line. Two plays later, the ball rested on the one-yard line short of a first down and a touchdown. It spelled defeat for Titonka, as Lincoln-Central took over with three minutes left. With a fourth down on the six-yard line, Lincoln-Central elected to down the ball in the end zone for a safety so that they could kick from the twenty-yard line instead of the end zone. L-C T First downs 5 12 Yds, rushing 179 149 Passes Attempted 0 20 Passes Completed 0 4 Total yds. 179 196 Fumbles Lost 1 0 Penalty Yds, 30 35 Yds. Passing 0 47 TerrU 19, e Marathon 0. Mallard 0 gverly 19. We«t Bend 13 Ruthven IS, Sioux Valley T Sioux Rapids .14, Lake Park 14 NOBTH CENTRAL AJfona S3, Humboldt 13 Hampton. 33, Olecr like « Webster City 84, Iowa Fall* 7 Clarion 20. Eagle Qrnve 0

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