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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Ortar Rapid* Gazettf: Sat., Mar. 9, 1974    7Williamsburg Ousted; Postville, Miles Advance LaPorte City Topples Raiders in Overtime 69-66 Ny .Jack Ogden Executive Sport* Editor FANS FLOODED the Washington high school floor Friday night and cheered as Laporte City players cut down the baskets at both ends of the court. They were celebrating an exciting t>9-(>(> overtime victory over Williamsburg that brought the Rams a district basketball trophy and moved them to with-1 in a game of the class A state tournament field. “No,” admitted a pleased Laporte Coach Phil Johnson, “We haven't had to come from t>ehind very often this year. Rut Williamsburg is a fine team, and the way we came back shows the character of this club. “It is really a team. Bob Higgle is our leading scorer with a 13 plus average, and our No. 5 scorer is Bob Craft, with a 9.8 average. That balance has been the key to our season.” It was more than balance. Higgle has not been outstanding at the free throw line, but he came up with a clutch overtime performance, hitting three of four late in the overtime to ice the game after four points by Tom Marshall had produced a 6G-62 lead. “Higgle is still a clutch player. There is no one we’d rather have come up in that position,” said Johnson. Williamsburg Coach Bill Neal was far from disappointed, despite the loss by his young squad. “We won ll out of our last 13,” he explained, “and we have three juniors starting.” Neal admitted that turnovers, 28 of them for the Raiders, were probably the big factor in the district loss after his club had led most of the way. “We averaged only 8 or 9 a game during the regular season,” he explained. “But we have been in the 20s several times in the tournaments. “And Laporte has the most physical team we’ve seen.” That was about the case as Williamsburg jumped off to early leads of 7-2 and 19-12 and was ahead at the quarter mark, 21-16. It was 35-28 at halftime as little Joe Petz put on a spectacular outside shooting show with six for nine in the first two periods. He shared scoring honors with tall Steve Glandorf. Each had 19. Laporte didn’t catch up until just nine seconds remained in the third period when Craft tied the game at 48. It was nip-and-tuck from then on, with both teams holding brief leads. Mark Armstrong hit with 1:33 left to tie it at 62. Creed's 72 Takes Ladies' PGA Lead HOUSTON (AP) — Clifford Ann Creed, who hasn’t won a tournament since 1967, battled through wind and rain for a one-under-par 72 Friday and took the first-round lead in the $100,000 Ladies’ PCA Tournament. Kathy Whitworth, the all-time leading money winner on the women’s pro golf tour, missed a chance to tie for the lead when she bogeyed the final hole and finished with a par 73 over the 6,371-yard Westwood Country Club course. Five other golfers were tied; with Mrs. Whitworth for second place. They were Roberta Albers, Sandra Post, Debbie Austin, Margie Masters and Maria Astrologes. Pam Higgins, who had the low nine-hole score of the day with a three-under 34 on the back side, had her troubles on the front nine and finished in a tie at 74 with Bonnie Bryant, Sandra Spuzich, Sandra Palmer, JoAnn Prentice and Jane Blalock. Poor greens, burned earlier in the week when ground-skeepers applied the wrong fertilizer, created challenging putting conditions. Miss Creed, formerly of Lamar University in Beaumont, Tex., said many of her birdie putts ended in pars because of the greens. “You just try to aim it close to the hole and settle for a par,” she said. “I don’t mind playing in the wind,” Miss Creed said. “It just wears you out, that’s all. I just tried to play my regular game and allow a little bit for the wind.” Pirates Avenge 2 Losses Mf. Vernon Is Cold in 56-39 Loss Special to The Gazette Petz Leads the Pack Judy Rankin Louise Bruce Carol Mann Sharon Miller Sandra Haynie Patty Berq Mickey Walker The Haiders got the ball back x disquaiitied. with one minute left, but Petz Clifford Ann Creed Sandra Post Kathy Whitworth Marla Astrologes Debbie Austin Margee Masters Roberta Albert* Sandra Spuzich Pam Higgins Sandra Palmer JoAnn Prentice Jane Blalock Bonnie Bryant Gerda Boykin Shelley Hamlin Murle Breer Mary Mills Laura Bough Williamsburg's Joe Petz had a two-step advantage on LaPorte City’s Bob Craft (25) and Bob Riggle (33) as he raced toward the basket on a Raider fast-break Friday night in the Washington gym. Petz drilled in 19 ooints, but the Raiders were sidelined 69-66 in overtime in the Class A district final and finished the year with a 13-8 record. Two Class A Teams Unbeaten Iowa will have a new small' high school basketball champion; in 1974. CLASS A Sub-state Pairings SUBSTATE NO.I At Sioux City— Orange City Unity Christian 19-5 vs. Paullina, 18-3. Giant-killer Miles saw to that A4 substate no. a At Storm Lake — Aurelia, 20-1, vs. Friday night by eliminating de- Pocehont**, 1im. v    SUBSTATE    NO.    3 fending class A titlist Mount -Af Mas°?-City — Swea city, 21-2, vs. Vernon 56-39 in a district final. ; Earlier, Miles had whipped Clarence-Lowden, which had been rated number one in the class A poll most of the season. Fifteen other district finals were decided and the winners advanced to Monday night’s substates. The eight substate winners move on to the state Postville, 18-3 SUBSTATE NO. 4 At Clinton — Miles, 23 1, vs. Mediapolis 22-0. SUBSTATE NO.S At Marshalltown — Pell Christian, 17-4, vs. Laporte City 20-2. SUBSTATE NO.6 At Ames — Denver, 18 3, vs. Sheffield- Chapln, 24-0. SUBSTATE NO.7 At Des Moines, 6 p.rn — Earlham, 21-1, vs. Alleman North Polk, 20 1. SUBSTATE NO. 8 At Council Bluffs — Treynor, 21-2, vs. Corning, 17-5. CLINTON—Defending class A basketball champion Mount Vernon was held to two fourth-period points and dropped a 56- special IP TP, Cene    I39, decision to Milos in the dis- KAYKTTE—Postville avenged,,r|!? inals he™ Friday' a pair of regular-season defeats! Th" c0,nle.s‘was t,ght.';hrough: with a 57-55 edging of Upper;"”*    f.r-s! thr.o quartcrs and Iowa conference    rival West ta,-™1    Vcrnon ha,d    ■ lcad teal in the    class    A district final    at onp    'loint m the    ,hlrd framc- held here Friday night.    a    Miles    half-court The win gave Postville an 18 3 zone Prcss Pa'd big dlvl-imark, and    they now advance to;    d('nfiS    'n *hc f>nal    L’*t»ht m*n* I the Mason    City    substate where    u*es>    as °n*y    bucket the I they will take on Swea City. Mustangs could get in that West Central ended its season at **mc came on a baseline shot ]7_4    by Ken Landis with 1:48 on The hero of the night for the victors was forward Kandy    Rijett    was    the only Mt. Feels. The 6-2 junior scored 14 w !non pEjyor to hit double iig-of his 21 points in the second IH(’S’ a.s ^eJ(>d ad scorers with half of the contest before foul- 2 M,les’ however- had lhree* ing out with 4:23 remaining Playuer" 0VerJhe    mark’ led by Tom Tietjens with 16. After a sloppy first half in    Miles,    now 23-1, will    take on which each team    hit only 20 per-    unbeaten    Mediapolis in    the    first cent of its shots, the winners round of substate competition at pulled out to a .'18-31 margin with Clinton Monday night. a minute left    in the third    Mount    Vernon closes    out    with quarter. Foels spearheaded the a 16-6 mark. rally, as he hit five of his last Mt. Vernon <3t>    mum <wi six shots in that time.    Landis F,2 m t* Daniels But West Central came back R^"ttDy‘', i ti 21 cifniisen to tie it 49-all, and took a 53-521 Hearn lead on a basket by Blandy Pro tratz with 1:10    left. But a baseliner by Kirn I«indt at the 50 second point gave the I Pirates a 54-53 lead, and they) * never gave it up. j Central’s Roger Block was the game’s high scorer with 22 points, and Protratz added 12. Roger Van Donsaler hit 26 for 17-5, continued to play the role Craig Harberts and Hon Marlow Montezuma, now 18-3.    ;0f    upset maker. Unity Christian!a^so    had ^ f°r Postville. Mediapolis, 22-0, used a 34- eliminated LeMars Gehlen 65-56 point night by Gary Monson to at Sioux City. Doug Van race by West Point of Mar-! wegen and Dan Brock each had Sni quette, 62-47.    14    points for Unity Christian, which earlier had turned back! Gazette Photo by John AAclvor Scott Clancy Anderson 2 OO I OO 0 OO 0 OO 0 OO 4 Tietien* 2 Sievers 0 0 0 Es Ft TP 2 3-4    7 S 0-1 IO 7 B-l 14 4 4-4 16 4 12    9 Postville (57) W. Central (SS) F* Ft Tp    F«    Ft    To 3 4-1412 Steinbronn 3 1-3    > 9    3-4    21    Bly .......2    0-1    4 0    12    I    Protratz    4    0-0    12 4    0 3    8    Fink    ...    2    4-5    8 . I    frill    Block    9    4 5    22 1 1-4    3    Harrington I 0-0    2 Seven class A teams were unbeaten starting sectional play two weeks ago, but only Mediapolis and No. 17 SheffieJd-Chapin, 24-0, are still in the tournament field. An unbeaten team has won the class A title the last six years. Sheffield-Chapin gained a substate berth against Denver, 18-3, Totals 20 17-31 S7 Totals ..........i:    to IO to Pat Bradley y Kathy Cornelius xBarbara Fay Boddle 37-35-7? .17-36-73 38-35-73 38-35-73 36-37-73 36-37—71 36-37-73 35-39-74 40 34-741 38-36- 74 39-35 - 74 36-38—74 39-35-74 37-38- 75 39-30—75 37-38—75! 36-39—75 | 38-38—76 I 36-40-76 38-38-76 I 40-36—76 37-39    76 37-39-76 39-37-76 I 37-39-76 1 39 37-741 44-36 74i 16-40- ■>(, ‘ 39 37-76 tournament March 20-23 in Des    tezuma was    beaten in overtime    by ousting Central Webster 80*73 Moines.    71-68 by Pella Christian. The    behind a 29-point effort by Mark 1971 champ and South    Iowa    victors, 17-4,    received 34 points    Anderson. Cedar conference winner    Mon-    from Jerry    VandcrPol, while1    Orange City Unity Christian. once-beaten Maurice-Orange I !City and previously unbeaten pjift'me0*1 sh00,in*4 I Little Bock. Paullina, the state champion in 1968, 1969, and 1970. moved within a victory of a state trip by blazing past Spirit Lake 85-611 on Dave Hibbings’ 27 points.; Paullina, 18-3, will face Unity Christian in a substate final. Other impressive victors were Treynor and Earlham Treynor, 21-2, zipped by 17-4 Hamburg 67-53 as Jim Murphy and Randy Walter each scored 14 points, Ifieldhouse and school record in 20 made, 31 pct. W. Cent. ...... 61    att., 23 made, 38 pct. Team fouls: Postvilla 17, W. Cent. 21. Fouled out: Steinbronn, Block, Foals. Rohlman Leaps 6-9 For Coe Totals 17 5-7 Mt. Vernon Miles    Ii    12    12 Field Goal Shooting Mf. Vernon 55 alt., 17 made, 31 pct. Miles 52 att., 24 made, 46 pct. Team Fouls: Mf. Vernon 16, Miles IO. Fouled Out: Van Dyke. Technical*: Mile*: Bench, Anderson. Westphal Aids Penn BROOKINGS, S. D. (AP) -William Penn and Southwest Missouri meet today in the 237I455 finals of the Region 6 Women’s 5 J2-55 Basketball Tournament here. William Penn, advanced to the finals by defeating defending Region 6 champion, Kansas State, 52-46, while Southwest Missouri beat Dickinson N. D. State 71-46. In consolation play Friday, W’ayne (Neb.) State beat Dr. Martin Luther of New Ulm, Minn., 71-35 and South Dakota State beat Mt. Marty 93-42. traveled 25 seconds later in a stall attempt. Laporte did the same, but Riggle missed a shot with seven seconds left, forcing the overtime. Then, with 2:10 to go in overtime, Marshall hit a pair of free throws to put the winners ahead for good. He scored with 1:45 toj go to expand it to 66-62 and Rig Schultz Bows Out At Iowa Probable Lineups IOWA    MINNESOTA Parker, 6-6    .. F    Shafter,    *•*    I Fpnrhpnk. 4-7    c    Filer,    4-71 gle did the rest from the free1 f£prnjnc«,*6 2    0    Mccutc^eon1,    JU Kip Korir swept three events William Penn downed KSU, and Fran Rohlman set a new this year’s host for the national tournament, on the whlie Earlham boosted its rec- the high jump Friday as the Coe shooting of Jan Irby and Kris Ord to 21-1 by slipping bv Plea- track squad zipped past Cornell Westphal, former prep star at santville 62-54 as Lex Fangen and the William Penn track Midland of Wyoming, tallied 34.    club Friday in Moray Eby field- Irby got 18 points and West- Corning, which will play house.    phal hit ll. Jan Laughlin lead Treynor next, slammed Wayne The Kohawks, wrapping up an KSU scorers with 12 points Corydon 89-59 as Bill Peckham undefeated indoor season at 4-0, followed by Marsha Poppe with hit 17 points. Corning is 17-6. j scored 92hi points to the Penn IO. Once-beaten Aurelia. 20-1, club’s 23*4 and Cornell's 1614. Southwest Missouri over-nipped strong Lake View- Korir led the pack in three of whelmed Dickinson on the scor-Auhurn 54-51 as Brian Winterhof his specialties — the 40-yard ing strength of Cindy Hender-and Mike Tietgen each collected dash, long jump and 880-yard son, who got 17 points, and Pam 14 points.    run, while mate Don Flagel Magrun, who had 13. Cindy Laporte City, now 20-2. moved (snatched the 440 and anchored naught led Dickinson with 20 oast surprising Williamsburg 69-'Coe's two winning relays.    points. Southwest Missouri dom- 66 in an overtime tilt. The losers; Rohlman, with only one night inated the backboards, getting bow out with a 13-8 mark.    of practice since returning from 70 caroms to Dickinson’s 39. Once beaten North Polk also the Coe cage squad, broke his j reached    the    substate    level    by'own school and    fieldhouse in-, tipping Manning    69-67 in    a    game; door record of 6-5    hi with a high at Des Moines. The winners are I jump of 6-9. 20-1    Shof • Pa,lk< WPTC;    2. McGee, WPK; 3. Engleman, Coe; 47-10    Ii . Darrell Isaacson poured in 20;CoLr°£p    Korir'    2    Morgan.! Iowa City Prep Signs with Iowa throw line. Hairston, 6-2 G    Saunders. 6-0 Time, place: 8 0S p.m. Saturday, Wll-lirms arena. Minneapolis. Radio: KXIC-FM, WHO, KCRG, WMT. 'points as unranked Swea City (triumphed over Northwood i 42. Swea City is now 21-2 and (Northwood is 18-3. rnp: 3. Cornell; 20-4 IOWA (TTY, Millen, I University of Iowa Iowa AP) -football Williamsburg (66) Laporte City (69) Fe    Ft    TP    Fg    Ft Tp Peta    8    3-8    )9    Rigsle    9    5-7    23 Glandorf    9    14    19    Mat shall 7    4-4 IB Doehrm'n    0    1-3    I    Webster    5    0-0    IO Hocker    6    4-4    in    Craft    3    2 4    8 Armstr'q    15    12    ll    Weltzin    0    0-10 Beilstein    0    0 0    0    Hora    O    OO    IO *•>*    J    !?    eludes Totals    28    )0 23 44    Total*    29    n-t6 49    ba|i    season Saturday night at Williamsburg    21    9    18    14    4—66    i Laporte Cliv    14    I?    29    14 Williamsburg* 44* ■‘tEw'iKK 43.7 pct I »>**    *    ^UUIIZ    (Ta. LaPorte City ll alt., 29 made, 35 1 pct. Fouls: Williamsburg 16, LaPorte 21 Mile: I. Uave Miller, Coe; 2. Coe; 3. Hiebert, Coe; 4:44.0.    .    n ,    „ JR. 40 I. Korir, Coe; 2. Olsen, WPTC; 3. Coach Bob CommingS annOUn-Garibav, Coe; 4.7.    , r> • j    c    i 440 I. Flagel, Coe; 2. Schulz,    Cornell; 3    Ced Friday    the Signing    of    tWO M^ll*?i'«hsoe'V5A? Miller, coe; 2. Harrison more preps to (National letters WPTC; 3. Dunn, WPTC; 6.9.    _f Pole vault. I. Baldwin,    Coe;    no other    CI im tm. Two-mile' I Sekulovich,    Coe;    2- Hillner, They are    John I    dtjk,    ii 6-5, Fouled cut: Pet!, Webster. 8 Nominated for Clarkson Award DES MOINES, Iowa (IIM— Eight college players have been nominated for the George Clarkson Award given annually to Iowa’s outstanding amateur basketball player. Iowa and Iowa State each have two candidates. Iowa's nominees are Ned Fegebank of Paullina and guard Candy La-Prince. while the Cyclones’ nominated are Wes Harris and Erie the final list are of Drake, Ed Mc-Jim Bushkofskv of and Jim Woudstra )thers on tig Davis lls of Coo per Iowa Northwestern. election of the winner will be ide by a committee consisting coaches Maury John, Iowa ite, Dick Schultz, Iowa, How-I Stacey, Drake, Buzz Levick, irtburg, Athletic Director id Maaske of Cornell and •hard Tysseling, director of nissions at Central, The aril will be presented during i Ixiys stale basketball tour-nent. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) - The University of Iowa con-a disappointing basket-m Saturda 7—** Minnesota, and also closes out the “Dick Schultz era.” The Hawkeyes take a 4 9 con- ( ferenee mark and 7-16 over-all record into the 8:05 p.m. finale for both teams. Minnesota is 12-11 over all and 6-7 in the conference. The popular Schultz, 44. announced Thursday he was resigning as head coach after the Minnesota game, ending a four-year stay. Dennis Shaffer and Phil Filer. Both are junior college transfers. Shaffer leads the Gophers in scoring with 17.4 mark and Filer is No. 3 at IM. Shaffer, a native of Mason City, scored only four points in the first meeting, thanks mostly to the defensive work of sophomore Scott Thompson, who since has lost his starting job. Iowa frosh John Hairston toppt'd Iowa in the first meeting with 20 points, hut has boon hampered in recent games by a jammed thumb on his shooting hand. LaPrince, Fegebank, Collin? and Hairston will be joined in tin* starting lineup by sophomore Larry Parker. LaPrince is (he Iowa scoring leader with a 19.1 mark followed by Fegebank (14.3) and Collins (8 4) and Hairston (82). AT STORM LAKE Pocahontas 59. Fonda OLGC 48 Aurelia 54, Leke-View Auburn 51 AT DES MOINFS Alleman North Polk 69, Manning *7 Earlham 62. Pleasantville 54 AT WINTERSET Corning 89, Corydon Wayne 59 AT OTTUMWA Pella Christian 71, Montezuma 68 OT AT FAYETTE Postville 57, Maynard West Central 55 AT CEDAR RAPIDS Laporte City 69, Williamsburg 66 OT AT SIOUX CITY Orangy City Unity Christian 65. Lemars Gehlen 56 AT AMES Sheffield Chapin 80, Burnside Central Wehsler 73 AT MARSHALLTOWN Denver 52, Grundy Center 49 AT COUNCIL BLUFFS Treynor 67, Hamburg 53 AT SPENCER Paullina 85, Spirit Lake 61 AT MASON CITY Swea City 48, Northwood-Kensett 42 AT CLINTON Miles 56, Mf. Vernon 39 AT BURLINGTON Mediapolis 62, West Point Marquette 47 Cornell; 3 Hiebert, Coe; to 35 0    !    ?2S-notind    fowl    I rom    W trrpn Hiqh jump 1. Rohlman, Coe;    2. Greene,1    pouilvl    UMI    iroin    w.lirtri, Coe; 3. Harrison, WPTC; 6-9 S lap re* I Coe (Kelly Plane), Bright welL^ Garibay); 2. WPTC; 3. Cornell; 1215. tackle from Iowa City '■BO:' 1. Korir, Coe; 2. Millen. Coe, 2:05.1. ,    W so lows: 1 Greene, Coe; 2,    ai    Miller,    number of    announced    Iowa re- Coe; 3. Dunn, WPK; 6 4    ' 12-lap ret : I Coe (Mullen, Robertson. ITUltS. (ifOen IS the Sixth Iowan Dave Miller, Fidget): 2 WPTC; 3 39 2. Mich., and Steve Groen, 6-2, Trimble. Coe; 3. The signings bring to 19 the Second Honor to Michigan's Russell CIUC ACO (AP) — Campy i Russell, the 6-foot-8 junior for-! ward for the Michigan Wolverines, has been named the' Big Ten basketball Player of The Week for a second straight I time by The Associated Prcss. I Russell Wartburg Faces Augustana in NAIA Opener | KANSAS CITY (AP) - Thr , top-ranked te;im among the na-1 tions college division teams. Fairmont State of West Virginia was seeded No. I Friday for the National Association of i Intercollegiate Athletics cham-I pionship tournament. Fairmont, 27-2, will face ;(’amoron, Mich., State, 24-5, in |a first-round game Tuesday! night in Kansas City. The tour-1 (lament begins Monday. signed by the Hawkeyes. DON’T MISS THE 1974 Cedar Rapids BOAT SHOW s Grand 16 8. vv Airborne Antics Gazette Photo bv John Mc Ivor LaPorto City's Bob Craft (25) sailed high above Williamsburg's Miko Bielstein (34) to score two points in his team’s 69-66 district class A overtime win over Williamsburg Friday night. Craft wound up with oight points, as LaPorte City advanced to sub-state play Monday night against Pella Christian at Marshalltown. monoay 9 JO a rn Huron, S D , Georgia. 24-4 M IS a rn. Grand Valley 23 5, vv. St I homes, M nn., 25 1 p.rn Virginia State, 22 7, Canyon Ar.z., 27-1. 2 45 pm Keene, NH , Stste St. Mary's, Tex., 21-7. 5:15 pm. Wlscomin-Eau Claire vs Washburn Kan 16 11. :n I 7 p.m. Erskme, S C., 25 5 vs. Kentucky “I* j state, 24 4 strumental in leading Michigan! Aic0r^nMlf*?,WMf,®sn>,on' 179 v* to    ,'t    79'ifi    victors'    over    Min- 10 30 p m Hanover,    Ind    27 3,    vs to    it    ly lit)    ic lot >    UVU    *YUI1 I    state College    of Arkansas, 2. 8 TUESDAY ,    » 30 a m Azusa, Calif., Pantie, 28 4, verities into a first-place tie in,vi..indiana, pa, 19/. I .    .    .....    lt:IS    a.rn Augustana, III, 213, vs. the Big Ten with Indiana. Wartburg, iowa 234 ,,    •    .    lpm Missouri Western, 24 5. vs. Mon Russell (Scored 28 points, mouth, nj. iv8 ....    ,    ,    .ii    2:4'    pm    Millersville. Pa, Stat*. 214, pulled doWll Ii rebounds and vs Northwestern Louisiana. 20 8 ju    i    ut.    ti...    3:15 p.m.    Hastings,    Neb    26-3,    vs. was credited    with    five assists    Roger william*, h i . 214 to win the glowing praises of Minnesota Coach Bill Mussel-1 or.LT^KuT'^""1- " '    " L.n    i IO JO p m Defiance, Ohio, 22 5. v» Mid- I mail.    I western. 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