The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1965 · Page 5
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Armstrong, Sentral, Titonka Win Armstrong, Sentral and Titonka all won their State Line conference football games last Friday night with comparative ease, leaving Armstrong still in the driver's seat with a 5-0 loop record. Burt, in a non-conference game against Woden-Crystal Lake at Burt, lost by a 14-0 score. Sentral turned in the big score of the evening, taking its contest against Thompson at Sentral's Homecoming by a 54-12 score. The win leaves Sentral 5-2 for the season and in third place in the conference. Six of Sentral's TD's were scored by air. Mark Geitzenauer threw for four and Mike Lee threw for a pair. Lee scored the other TD on a 30 yard run. Thompson's two tallies came in the second half as Sentral used a plentiful supply of reserves. Titonka's Indians turned in a 40-13 conquest of Swea City, a margin that was not expected, on the Indian's home field. Ted Isebrand ran for three TD's, and Russ Sleper, Roger Akkerman and Dale Bartelt each tallied one. Tom Elliott, Swea City's backfield speedster, scored both of his team tallies with 51 and 76 yard runs, raising his total TD's for the season to 20. Titonka remains one notch behind Armstrong in the conference. Armstrong's Jim Rooney scored all three touchdowns for his team, two on passes from Al Lindell and a third on a 36-yard scamper. Armstrong remains undefeated for the season and in the loop. Woden-Crystal Lake won its first game of the season at Burt, 14-0, despite valiant efforts on the part of Burt's thin squad of players. Bill Cink ran for one TD and passed to Phil Olson for the other. STATE LINE CONFERENCE Sentral 54, Thompson 12 Titonka 40, Swea City 13 Armstrong 19, L-Central 0 Woden-C. L. 14, Burt 0 STANDINGS Armstrong 5 0 Titonka 5 1 Lincoln-Central 3 3 Swea City 2 3 Sentral 3 2 Thompson 1 5 Burt 0 5 Hunters Find Colorado Snow Big Handicap WESLEY - Bill Koppen returned Thursday evening from a week's hunting trip in Colorado, but due to heavy snows there he reported no good luck. He was accompanied by Stan Johnson and Steve Koppy of Cold Springs, Minn. They visited Ronnie Newbrough who is a patient at the Craig Rehabilitation Center in Denver, where he is receiving therapy treatment for a fractured back sustained in a helicopter crash. They also visited Mrs, Newbrough and three daughters at their home in Durango, Colo, Mrs, Newbrough is overseeing the Skyhook Inc. work for her husband, Mary Lea Renger of Bancroft stayed with her sister, Mrs, Koppen, while her husband was gone. Eighth Grade Has Good Year Algona's eighth grade football squad, which plays an abbreviated slate of games each fall, is shown in the above photo. Members of the 1965 squad are, front row, left to right, Russ Bird, Paul Elbert, Denny Peterson, Randy Rogert, Gary Gade, Jack Waller, Kim Sloniker, Dave Leaneagh and Verlyn Haahr. Second row, left to right, David Dettman, Steve Willrett, Roger Sankey, Ron Matz, Steve Mueller, Mark Olson, Robbie Claude, Duane Hunt, Darrel Miller and Tom Laing. Back row, left to right, John Chrischilles, Carl Klatt, Tim Bowman, John Hedlund, Gary Hagen, Larry Rochleau, Craig Carson, John Burtis, Kurt King, Terry Mains, Bill McDonald and Coach Jerry Payne. In their most recent outing, the eighth grade racked up a 33-0 win at Emmetsburg. (UDM Newsfoto by Don Smith) Seventh Graders Learn Basics Members of the seventh grade public school football squad are shown in the above photo with their coach, Dick Schneider. Officially, the club plays no games, although a couple of meetings with the eighth grade reserves are always slated, but workouts are held practically each afternoon for an hour after school. Pictured are, front row, left to right, Don Sindelar, Rick Nielsen, Kermit Olson, Jon Sjogren, Larry Samp, Dan Smith and Mike Putney. Second row, left to right, Steve Armstrong, Steve Jones, Steve Fitzpatrick, Dave Simpson, Neat O'Brien * '- • .. _ Twin Rivers Knocks Off Rolfe, 13-2 In The Rain and Ron Medin. Back row, left to right, Rex Chally, Bob Knudsen, Gene Friedrich, Tom Ellefson, Ken Friedrich, Mike Woods and Coach Schneider. While no out-of-town opponents are met by the seventh graders, squad members get plenty of work on basics, blocking and tackling, plus an outline of offensive and defensive patterns. _ ... —— ">•" Algona (lu.) Upper Des Main**- Tuesday, October 26, 1965 Rugged defensive line play that allowed Rolfe minus 21 yards in the first half and hard running by Jim Collins and Roger Clark were the combining forces that paced Twin Rivers to a 13-2 romp on a rain-soaked field at Rolfe Wednesday night in a Twin Lakes Conference game. The victory gives Coach Bob Algoe's Pirates a 3-2-1 Twin Lakes Conference mark. Rolfe now-stands at 1-4-1 in the conference. Playing conditions couldn't have been worse as driving rain and cold winds forced both teams to stay on the ground, Rolfe did not pick up a first down in the first half, The Pirates' offense provided the defense with all the margin they needed on the first play of the game. Collins received the opening kickoff at the Twin Rivers' 35-yard line and sloshed 65 yards into the watery end zone. It seemed as if the Rams had found a leak in the Twin Rivers defense at the start of the second half when Don Van Gorkom nearly broke loose before he was brought down after a 19-yard jaunt. Halfback Roger Bennett then raced 24 yards on a counter to Twin Rivers' 32-yard line where the Rams had their second first down of the night. However, the Pirates began to stiffen and regained the ball after a 10-yard punt to the Twin Rivers' 29, Big end Steve DeGroote caught two passes for 31 yards in key plays as Twin Rivers drove to Rolfe's 19-yard line, Then Doug Logue powered for 11 yards to the eight-yard line where the Pirates had first and goal. Four plays later, Logue cracked over from the one, carrying two Rams with him into the end zone. Rolfe counted its only points on the final play of the game when Clark was tackled in his own end zone. Junior High Sport Slates As the football season draws to a close, with all schools in this area winding up their seasons this weekend, junior high wrestling and basketball slates at Algona Community Schools have been released. Each squads have six events listed. They are: WRESTLING Nov. 17 - Britt 7-8, Here, 4;30 Nov. 27 - Blue Earth 7-8, There Dec, 17 - Humboldt 7-8,There,4 Jan. 8 - Clear Lake 7-8, Here, 1:30. Jan, 11 - Ft, Dodge 8-9, There, 4 Jan, 28 - Estherville 8, Here, BASKETBALL Nov. 29 - Emmetsburg 8, There Dec. 6 - Britt 7-8, Here Dec. 13 - Clear Lake 8, There Jan. 10 - Humboldt 7-8, Here Jan. 17 - Britt 7-8, There Jan. 24 - Emmetsburg 7-8,Here Fritz Neilsen is coach of the junior high wrestlers and Art Olson and Allan Kneip HOME FOR SALE Family Home with finest quality Oak woodwork & floors; 1 Yt Baths, kitchen with eating space, separate Dining Rm., attached garage — Owner Moving — Many extras included for only $15,500. HERBST REAL ESTATE JOEL M. HERBST ft TED S. HERBST

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