Cedar Rapids Gazette, March 2, 1974, Page 14

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cassim Igram Boosts Jeff Bid for a Mat Repeat By Steve Alspach Oaten* Sports Writer DES MOINES — Cedar Rapids Jefferson is all set for a virtuoso encore performance, hut like Barbra Streisand belting out “People”, it ll need to bit a perfect in-tune note to successfully defend its state class AAA wrestling title. The .J-!lawks sent seven wrestlers into the meet at Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium Friday and when the wnoke of tenmiller at 105 and the biggest surprise of the day, Cassim Igram at 185. Waterloo East was right on the J-Hawks' heels however and pushed three grapplers into tilt* finals. The Trojans will have juf-t one wrestler shooting for a third place, though, and Jeff will be bidding with three and two more going for a fifth-place' spot. Only one other Metro grappler L„nj„n/ic .    ...    ..    ,    earned    a    shot    at    a state title hundreds of sit-outs,    crud es    and    w    m n .. fi-omon’e    u    i    l    ,    v!3™ Kennedys (d(>nn Zenor will liffh.JI )7m I lf    JhaV(‘ hiS I|H,U|S    ful1 With WHU’r' h?lf .......j™>    w*    ai \m. Zenor knocked off Dave Pohrn of Ames, 6-4, in the opening round and whipped Ix*s Gatrel of Indianola by a 4-1 count in the semis. Ott handed Davenport Con over Waterloo East The tourney action will continue today, with the championships round scheduled for 6:30 in all three classes. Jeff Kent five of seven through the first round, but only two sur-jtral’s Curtis Craig his first loss vived into the finals—Don Hit- of the year, 3-1, in the other semi. Craig w.ks 23-0 going into the match. Zenor lost to Craig 5-0 in tlx* district final. Ott handed Davenport Central’s Curtis Craig his first loss of the year, 3-1, in the other semi. Craig was 23-0 going into the match. Zenor lost to Craig 5 0 in the district final. Prairie’s Doug Teach lost his opening round watch lo R a n d y McrCrady of Ft. Dodge, 0-5, hut teammate Jim Grain* pinned Des Moines Valley’s Mitch Mumma in 3:47, before bowing to Mike Wardlow of Waterloo Columbus in the semis. I’each’s record fell to 18-2. Other Metro grapplers who lost first round AAA tests were Rick Ding of Marion and Bob Dietz of Kennedy. Dong lce-.t in overtime to Al Helton cf Des Moines Dowling in a heavy weight struggle and Diet/, lost to Scot Newton of Dowling at 112 Making the biggest contribution to tlx* Jeff effort was Igram. Coming into the tournament, Igram bad a 14-7-1 record and faced a small task in going against unbeaten Rick Bickert of Mason City (21-0). “Gas was just super,” said Jeff mentor Bill McNiel, who is facing the probability of the title not being decided until 138 or 145 pounds,. Igram not only shocked Bickert, but came back to knock off his second unbeaten opponent in Doug Gunther of U'Mars. “Gas has made rapid improvement just since the sectionals and he was shooting for a takedown any time he 3 Lisbon Matmen In Finals Le Grand, Askelson Sidelined By Steve Allspach Gillett* Sports Writer DES MOINES - Lisbon’s Al Baxter was breathing a bit easier after the semifinal round of the state class A wrestling meet, but if the Lisbon team is to repeat as state camp, they’ll have to at least wait until the finals this year. Last yeat Lisbon clinched the title during the semifinals, but Tri-Center Neola is forcing the issue to the limit this time. Three Lisbon grapplers will be vying for titles, while Tri-Center has just two. Leading the way are defending state champions Doug Englert and Doug lx>rd. Jim Bennett at 119 is the other Lisbon wrestler to reach the finals. The two major casualties for Baxter were Chuck LeGrand and Mark Askelson. LeGrand, bothered by flu all week, was beaten in the semis by Kevin Ralston of Grundy Center, and last year’s second-place finisher will have to settle for a shot at third this time at 98. Eagle Grove held a 41-34 edge over defending state champion Britt in the race for the class AA title trophy. The two Metro grapplers in action, Jeff Steffen of LaSalle and Glen Colton of Linn-Mar ran into buzzsaws in the opening and semifinals rounds. Steffen was pinned by Lynn! Markert of Manson and Colton! fell to two-time    champ Paul: Martin of Algona. Colton ran his record to 28-0 with a win over Creston's Terry j Latham in the first round, but Martin controlled the action in posting a 5-0 semifinal win. Col- By Haven Simmons ton will take a 28-1 mark into a jowa £Ry exploded jn (he first bid for third place.    .    quarter Friday night en route to Mf. Vernon’s    two biggest M hopes, Robert Broulik and Joe a    VK’,ory    over Jefferson.    tonight!    Actually    I    was    very    s«- Hufford, lost in the semifinals. The Little Hawks capitalized tisfied with our team’s second Broulik was a    second-place on    numerous    turnovers mid    half showing.    We    stopped stand- blitzed the net    from tin* outside 5+h-in-Row As Marion Tops Monti By Larry Tanner . MONTICELLO — Marion squandered an early 13-point lead and finally held on for a SB-55 basketball win here Friday night. The victory gave the Indians a tie for fifth place in the Wamac loop with a 5-9 mark. It was the fifth in a row for wanted to, it seemed,” gushed a relieved McNiel. The relief of Igram’s adVann to the finals, where he will face yet another unbeaten, Mark Johnson of Des Moines Hoover, brought out Jeff’s biggest dusap-pointment. Classy 112-pounder Paul Vik-tora, the J-Hawks’ top hope for a title going in, dropped a 7-fi verdict to Ankeny’s Mike Babcock. Babcock has lost only once arid hit Viktora with two firemen’s carries that kepi the stocky J-llawk off balance “I’m making no predictions, except that we’ll probably have to win ’em all tomorrow,” cautioned the J-Hawk coach. Ilittenmillcr demolished Urbandale’s Larry Lueth in the 105 semifinals and the halfpoint he earned for his superior decision, was the margin Jeff held over East, 41 '/a to ll. Tom Sadler and Jim Comreid lost opening round bouts, and Jed Brown and Dick Briggs also fell in the semifinals. Brown was knocked off by Valley’s unbeaten Mike Land at 128 and Briggs was beaten by Stan Allen of Eae,t, 9 5. Waterloo West held on to third place, but dropped out of contention when Jim Hafke lost at 3 8. Defending heavyweight champ John Bowlby earned another shot at a title by knocking off previously unbeaten Mike Engwall of Fairfield. Other Gazette-Area grapplers were Iowa City’s Rick Griffin (heavyweight) and Bill Hoffman (132). Iowa City’s West’s Mark Johnston lost in the semis, as did Steve Pate, who lost to Gazette Photo by Duane Crock Hoover’s Johnson after knock-w .    ing    off    Dubuque    Hempstead’s    By    Al    Miller Marion, which closed out the Tom Rusk in the first round. regular season with a 6-12    -—— Jeff's Igram Shows the Way Cassim Igram was the surprise star (or Cedar Rapids Jefferson as the J-Hawlcs bid for a repeat AAA state wrestling title at Des Moines. Here Cassim is shown beating Rick Bickert of Mason City. Kennedy Hot, Rips Rams for a team just before tournament play, Etch answered: honrs, though. That honor went to another senior, Bill Malone. He connected on ll of 18 at- record. The Indians lost IO in a row before winning 6 of their last 8 games. It turned into quite a battle in the second half after Marion held leads of 17-8 and 29-21 at the end of the first two periods. Early in the sec Westphal Sets Pace For Penn DECORAH — Kris Westphal, record in the Mississippi Valley former Midland prep standout/conference and 12-6 mark, over- Hot-shooting Kennedy high go-everybody into the act in regis- “Oh, I think so. It gave us a tering a 75-48 basketball victory chance to work on some dif- ,emP|s and added a free throw over Dubuque Senior in the Ken- ferent things, such as the preps, ^ P°bds, which more than nedy gym Friday night.    (changing    defenses    and    using    likely    sewed    UP    the    Valley    scor- Thr> win KonnnHv’c ^unnth in different combinations of ing title for him. I ne win, Kennedy s seventh rn    .    Craig    Enright, the last eight games, wrapped ^ f up the regular season for the Cougars and gave them a 9-5 the final It’s nice to have a    game like    niember    of    Kennedy s Big that—it gave us    the    chance    to    Three , added ll    points, al- get everybody int    the    game.”    though he has    been    bothered by Etch also liked the wy his club led William Penn into the finals!all. They tied for third in the shot. Like 59 percent ain t bad ....... when    you have 13 or 14 different people doing the firing. The hottest Cougar was se- ond stanza the Indians led by ,    ,    ,    „    .    . margins of 23-10 and 25-12. of the lowa Intercollegiate Wo- Valley men’s state basketball tourist the Panthers kept after nament here Friday. them. G3ry Nelson hit a pair of wi||iam ,.cnn ousted West. „ c 0 s an. bleo Craig and    r 5049, jn an exciting semi- Steve Hinrichs each added a . .    . .final match and was to meet ft!? ,ar,'“ S 27-14 lead Grand View for the lowa title 0 29-21 at the halftime buzzer. |)ere today. Grand View downed dreg Gilbertson hit two quick UNI, 51-42. in the other semi shots and Brad Freese ham- Coach Dave Etienne used his entire 15-player squad, shuffling his lineup early against a club owning a lowly 1-12 Valley record. Asked if such an easy mark was good nior forward Rick Dank, who hit eight of ll field goal attempts for 16 paints. Danly didn't earn scoring illness. Danly also swept the boards 14 times to lead all rebounders. Reserve Rick Kratz paced Senior with 12 points. The Rams shot a respectable 39 percent from the field. Senior '48* Tough Going for Dove Mf. Vernon's Dave Oiliest gritted his teeth as he battled Jim Rogers of Griswold in the state wrestling meet at Des Moines Friday. Early Streak Helps lowa City Past Jeff Wash Is Sharp, Pounds Clinton t’T’iS 1° mlC pC rre man" had“l7 fo7uNl' andliud^ By Jack Ogden 32-J7. Each time the I anthers    u uu(mnr Executive Sports Editor rn e r e d in another to cut Marion’s third period margin to 29-27 and fans were treated to a real barn burner after that. Brian Kiburz saved the Indians from falling behind with a Kris tossed in 17 points in Penn's semifinal win after scoring 14 to lead Penn past Wartburg, 51-32, in quarterfinal action. Jean Wick’s 18 led Grand View in the semis, Pat Stock- Fq Ft I rp FR Ft To (NISCO S 13 ll Maine ll 12 23 warm .. 3 OO 4 Danly I OO 14 Clhan 2 0-0 4 Enrt .. 5 1-3 ll Bakev .. 2 0-0 4 Chrh ,. . .0 2 2 2 Fldmn 0 2 2 2 Wshbn . 2 0-2 4 Wick 3 3-5 9 elfin ..I it 4 Kratz S 2-4 12 Rnhold . I OI 2 Didch 0 OO 0 Albe h 0 0-0 0 rabak 0 0-1 0 Schbln .1 0-0 2 Hunt 0 0 0 0 NOwzky 0 OO 0 Dvkn 0 0-1 0 SAUPP 3 0-0 2 Sales . .0 1-2 I Dee! z 0 OO 0 Boyer I 2-2 4 Greve 0 0-0 0 Total 20 8 14 48 Total 33 9-1* 75 Semor    ...........ll 12 IS 7—4* Kennedy    ll 20 22 17—75 Field qoal shootmq: , Senior....... St    ott., 20 made, 3* pct. Wash jumped off to an early Kennedy    57    att 33 made. sa pct. ance. The 6-7 center threw fifteen points and garnered rebounds. “Dean would make a run for the lead Neal Sumner or Steve Roth would pull the Indians up by the boot straps. Both turned out to be the hero, along with Steve Stolze. The two 5-9 senior guards hit a goal and a gift shot, respectively, in the final 25 seconds 10-4 lead and was never headed. Team fouls: Senior ti, Kennedy JO. Fouled out. None Cyclones Put 9 Into Semis played a to preserve the victory. Craig’s goal with :59 left cut Johnson 12 for the losers super game Marion s lead to 55-53. Marion had trouble all night with the Panther press, but the Indians got through to Roth who drove in for a layup with 25 seconds left. Stolze’s free throw with 3 seconds left insured the win. Coach Larry Perkins said of Hardcrson’s 14 led Westmar. in other quarterfinal play, Cedar Rapidsi Washington ap-. Dave Gilbert, wholied theKings Kathy Meaner had 19 as    to be tuning up for a with IT. closed it to 10-8 and Grand Vltw lopped host Luther, ,ou«h d,stn" “S'Snmcnt in its Dean Wallace who had 16. 57-39 Rachel Flson led luther own    Pnda>' ni&ht as lt lnmrncd it to 12-10 late in the with 15. Barbara Wahlstrom’s1 wraPPed “P re«ular season Pla-V 'firthquarter.    NORMAN,    Okla.    (AP)    -    Ok- 20 helped UNI whip lowa. 59-46. Wlth a" impressive 82-66 victory But that was as close as Clin- jahoma, Oklahoma State and Verlee Smith had 15 for Iowa, j over Clinton.    ton could get. Wash led 19-14 at jowa state were the favorites as Westmar bumped Buena Vis- “Except for our games with the quarter mark and 44 31 at action was set to begin in the ta, 59-42, as Owen Haehstra had I°vva City West,’ explained halftime.    semifinal matches of the Big 13 for the winners and Diane Wash coach Don King, ‘ it was The Warriors broke it wide Eight wrestling championship the hest we’ve played since the open early in the fourth period, here this afternoon. finisher last year, but was hit j biitzed the net from the outsiders around on offense,” reflect-by a five-point move from    m    a    25-,,    margin «d J.Hawk head coach Colin WU- Clarion s Keith Poolman in the1 • M <    hams. first few seconds and never re- attrtig minu es.    Hargrave    managed    only    13 covered in losing 11-4. Hufford 'I hat spree turned out to he ^p^ ^ut Ravvks displayed I ^ two: Tloth did one heck of lost to Don Erickson of ( leal very significant, considering the:excellent balance. Forward Stan a    there    tonight.    And    ry Lake.    J-Hawks lousing play in the sec'ishrader weaved down the lane ^('aI    looked good, too. for 21 markers and four of his {teammates were in double fig- Heard Tops Orl ando’s Golf Field Christmas break.” said Coach Don King. “It was a good defensive effort and our pressure helped. We had more fast breaks than we have had for quite awhile and I thought we attacked their zone well. Another Gazctte-arca grappler ond half. to win a shot at an individual! After lulling behind 46-27 at ORLANDO, Fla. (AB) - Jer-i “I hope it Heard has abandoned a that we are year-long search for perfection the district.” is a positive sign getting ready Wash faces title in class A was Jim Bloome|intermission, Jell rallied in the|ures of Belle Plaine at 185 in class A. One of the biggest casualties in class A was Dave Smith of Iowa Valley. The defending 119-pound king lost his 126-pound opener to Dave Munhall of Tri-Center. Defending champs who lost In AA numbered Dave Rowlett of Britt and highly-regarded Mark |Mirsuit but also typified Dean’s all-around outstanding perform- S^dr Efland third quarter as Dean Uthoff and Guy Stoecker took the controls away from City High's foul-plagued Clay Hargrave. Hargrave hit the bench early in the stanza and a three-point play by Uthoff sliced tho margin to 55-43 with 2:59 remaining. Uthoff’s bucket marked the closest Jeff ever got in their Owsn Tmpsn Dqhty for Rafl* Nemrs _    .          Iowa    agy He continued: “We kept our in professional golf and has City City high in district play at < cool at the end, but we lost it in made a decision to “go with Iowa City West Monday.    MHroy* the second quarter. I think the what I’ve got.”    Win„    ...    nr.    , . __.,    .....    ,    .    .    King    had    praise    tor    most    of    Drown roughness of the game threw us And that was good enough to tlu, individual off a little.    give    the    youngster    from Vis- “lt was a good one Wash (12) Fq -t To 7    2    4    1*    Mrphv Stoecker led all scorers for I Jeff with 22. The victory wrapped up a second place finish for Iowa City in the Mississippi Valley with a IO-record. The J-Hawks finished! iurc ,would havc holP'‘d ,0 have ms Open tonight to win. It alia, Calif, a one-stroke lead moved us into a tie for fifth over Jim Colbert Friday after place with Independence. It two rounds of the $150,000 Cit- connected on the conference season at 3-11. Mrner Rynldt Harris of Algona dropped a decision to Mark Vogel of Jesup at 167 Northeast of Goose Lake s Mike Liles forced defending AA 138-pound champ, Mark Stevenson of Britt, into overtime before succumbing. Redskins Sign Joe Theismann WASHINGTON Theismann. an (AB) Joe All-American St. Matthew's, St. Pius Gain St. Matthews and St. Bills .cored first round wins Friday! in the girls Barish league has kctball tourney at Immaculate Conception. St Matthew’s defeated St Jude’s, 41 28, as Karen Carsten sen led with 24. McGowden had 12 for St. Judes. Duffy’s 221 mmaculate Mrqve Id. CHV (78) Fq FI TP I    2 2    4    Ernst 4    3-4    ll    Jcbsn 5    3 5    IS    Nrdqn I    O O    3    Slqnr * 13 13 Stkr 8    Si    21    Uthotl I    O O    2    Albrts S 3-4 13 Jell US) Eg FI Tp 4    2 2 IO 0 0 2 0 I 2 2    4 7    0 0 14 8    *4) 22 7 I * IS 0 OO 0 Crowley out there steady the team.” Marion (SSI Fq FI Tn Ktburi    J    1-J    ll Bice    2    2-2    *    Gilbertson Sumner    V    1-4    19    Cram Sidle    2    1-3    S    Brob ens Both    8    O O    I*    Free%e Jensen    0    12    I    Hniichs to Heard had a second round 68 iii the mild, sunny weather that bathed the 6,929-yard Rio Dinar Monticello (SS) i • it ip Nelson 412 ^ Country Club course and his, 135 i4 total was nine-under-par. 4 0-4 7 OO 0 OO 4 OO 4 0 I _ Totals    2*    *13 SI Totals 27 1-7 SS Totals 31 17 24 79 Totals 27 11-20 *5 Mar’on    i;    ij u I ss lowa Cliv    25    21    IS    ll—79 Monticello    8    13 18 I*—SS Jell    ll    I*    20    18    *S    Fouls:    Marion    14, Monticello 12. Fouled Field qoal shooimn-    out None. Jell:    *7    all.,    27    made,    .399    pct    Field    goal shooting: iowa City    *j    all.,    31    mane,    49j    pct    Marion    SS attempts,    2* made, 4? 3\ Fouls: Jell 19, lowa City 18    Monticello    7S attempts, 37 made, J*’ Colbert, a former Kansas State football player despite his relatively small size, also had a 68. his second consecutive round at that score, and a 136 total. Gophers Shine; lowa Leads on Mat who played quai lei back in the    sq    I‘ms nip ( anadian Football L< agin foi Conception 39-34 the past three seasons, has signed a three-year contract with the Washington Redskins, it was announced Friday No money terms were an nouncod but there wa* speculation that the 24-year-old Theismann would earn about $100,000 a year with the National Football Ijtague team. EVANSTON, III. (UBI) -I Minnesota's Mike    McArthur stunned Michigan's Jim H’ own, the No. I seed in the 118 pound class, with a 6 3 decision Friday pl ion.    39-34    Mary    Beth!    in the first match of the 1974 Big Dale    and    Ellen    Mara    each had    Ten wrestling meet    at North h' [°r    I G    western university. Semis are scheduled al I 30 jowa |,(.|(j a narrow lead over and 3 p in. Saturday with the | Minnesota consolation and 1:30 aud 3 p in Im.ii games Sunday. at and defending cham Michigan in tin cd, scored four points iii the third period on an escape, a takedown and riding time to break a 2-2 deadlock with Brown, who finished third in last year’s WNCAA meet. The defeat was Brown’s first in IO conference matches this year. Minnesota was the big sur- Ziiverberg, 30-1-1 tins season, highlighted a rash of first round pins by flattening Jim Torres, boards, Northwestern, and then Mark drouth. Mendrygal, Indiana, in the fastest pin of the day. Iowa led the team standings with 14 points, lint. Minnesota and Michigan, also with six performances. Dan Nemmers was the big w e upon against the River Kings' zone as he 14 of 20 shots from the field and led the Warriors with 29 points. Jeff Dawson was 7-{or-t6 and was also effective on the boards and junior Mark Ratcliff hit on seven of nine shots and wound up with 18. He also suffered a head gash when he fell in the second half, hut returned to the game. Later, lu* had stitches to close the wound. Wash Int a fine 48 percent from the field despite tin* fact that Bat Daugherty never found the range and collected only one basket in ll tries. Bat, who turned in a fine floor game and was effective on the explained _ his scoring Free throw    shooting    turned    Iowa State’s Kasey Bartels, out to be the biggest concern for 134 pounds, was the only wres-King. His Warriors hit well tier from those three schools to early, but wound up with only K lose in the quarterfinals Friday of 25 tries. Clinton, outscored by night. He was pinned by Oklaho-eight goals from the field, hit 14 ma State freshman Steve Bar-of 19.    reft. Oklahoma, with seven byes, '* brought the most wrestlers into 17. the semifinals with IO. Both ‘ Iowa State and Oklahoma State had nine, o    Iowa State had 5*2 team points, Oklahoma State 4‘A, Ok-Hhoma 2 and Missouri I. Tout    2*14 19**    Missouri advanced five to the semifinals, Nebraska three. Colorado two and Kansas State 0 O 4 Dnmore 1-2    3    C-lbert 4-9 18 Lind 1 4 29 Hnktn OO * Shier OO 0 Wake 2 2    2    J (son 2 2    2    Mltn O-*1 I) rlmdrf 2 2 2 OO 0 0 0 0 Clinton (**) Fq FI TP 7    2    2 3 * 0 3 0 7 0 0 0 0-2 5 4 3 5 OO 2-2 2 2 OO OO 0-0 Totals 34 14 25 82 CR Wash ......... Clinton Field qoal snooting: 2* 14 19 *4 19 2S I* 22-82 14 17 14 19 46 70 alt 34 made, JR 6 pc! .    ,.    . *o_att, 2* made, 43 3 pct. two. Kansas does not compete nuts: Wash 18, Clinton 18 Fouled out: None Piairte SopSs Record 41-26 Win Brairie’s sophomore basketball team ended its season with a 7-11 record by downing Anamosa 41 26 Friday at Prairie. Don Hartman led the winners witll 12 points. heK IO Norton 2, Hackett 2, Run* Anamosa!?*' Mi Neunaber 4. Visser 2, Franklin J. Prairie^! I:    Hartman 12, Gibncv 9, Sou^up 8 Johnson 5, Hurltxirt 3, Hruby 2, Fruendt 2. in wrestling. Resigns MANCHESTER. N. II (AB) Joe Ford, head basketball coact: at St. Anselm’s college since 1971. has resigned his positior as of May 31, the college said Tuesday. Ford, of Glen Cove. N. Y , was an assistant basketball coach at the I S. Naval Academy for two years before coming to St Anselm’s. Live From Vets Auditorium in Des Moines “I guess tin* shots were too easy,” In* grinned. “I’m used to having someone hanging on me when I shoot,” Clinton was handicapped by SKI REBORI’ DUOUQUI Sklina "uood In v*rv wood ’ ut sundown, bast 4-20 InahfH, groomed Mitt*'* mow 1,1,1.. I( "k'U/    prise of the quarterfinals action.! semifinalists, were close behind the loss of starter Steve Burlin- S . "t" "!^a t 11,1 , U 'W i*S I Deluding McArthur, the Wl^1 two eac^    game, sidelined by the flu. But S(l1,    ..,m.n    1,10    1    ,(aN    Gophers placed six men in the Michigan State, which sent it is doubtful Steve could have V    ^    (Pf State *    V Hiah Sthool O Wrestling Final SI    TONIGHT 6=30 night’s semifinals McArthur, who was linseed semifinals, led by Larry Zilverberg. 158 pounder seven men to the was fourth with ll. semifinals, done tide. much to stein the Warrior EDIN TV 11 KUN TV 12 ;

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