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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 27, 1969, Ames, Iowa aim daily Tribune thurs., feb. 27, 1969 Mno nun Iwu i Titi ii in 1111 it St it 13 rockette rocket rebound Der Jay Ryan 43 of Roland made this defensive play despite the efforts of Gary Clark 54 of Ballard wednesday night in sectional tourney action at Ballard. Rich rile 52 of the bombers is watching the play As is Steve Wierson of Roland. In a game that was close All the Way Ballard posted a 61-52 Victory and advances to the tournament finals with Story City tonight at 7 30 . Tribune photo by Vince Coyle up and Over Doug Brown is of Madrid is about to hit the floor Dur ii this sectional action with Story City wednesday night at Ballard. Steve Madison 25 of the tigers watches As his teammate starts his unscheduled trip. Brown led the tigers with 17 Points but they dropped a 58-56 decision to the Vikings in double overtime. Tribune photo by Vince Coyle Story City Ballard in tourney finals tonight by Vince Coyle sports editor a pair of second round sectional games that provided All of the thrills that you normally associate with tournament play saw Story City and Ballard Advance to the finals of the Ballard sectional tournament wednesday night in Huxley. In the first game of the evening Story City and Madrid battled into a second overtime before Ron Hoffman of the Vikings hit a Short one hand push shot from the Middle of the land to give coach Larry Shaeffer and his team a 58-56 Victory. In the second game Ballard opened up an Early Lead on Roland Only to see the rockets come storming Back arid make a close game out of it All the Way before bowing to the bombers 61-52. As the result of these games Story City will meet Ballard tonight at 7 30 . Tor the championship of the sectional tournament. The Winner will play the Winner of the United Community. Boone sectional on wednesday March 5 at the Ames High gym looking first of All at the opening clash of the evening we see two teams that were just As evenly matched As the double overtime would indicate they were. The first half saw Ron Hoffman of the Vikings out on a Brilliant scoring display As he netted six Field goals from a variety of spots Tom guard also aided the Story City cause with four Field goals while Claude Hovick netted three Points and played his usual aggressive driving floor game. As they have been throughout the season Clayton Gregg and Bob Ness were Content to play steady Ball helping to set up shots for the others and doing their Best in the positioning and rebounding department. Madrid answered this with the consistent shooting of Doug and Russ Brown and Ray Cervetti. Both Doug and Russ hit for nine Points in the first 16 minutes on four Field goals and a free throw while Cervetti hit three from Field the Field. The Vikings enjoyed a 31-25 advantage at the half but it was very evident from the Tempo of the game that it was far from being Over. In the third period coach Keith Peterson a tigers hit two Quick baskets to Cut the score to 31-29 before the Vikings hit a Charity toss As their first score of the second half a twisting jumper by Doug Brown of Madrid made the score 32-31 and then at 3 52 of the third period Madrid went ahead for the first time in the game when Doug Tassi hit a one hand push shot from the right of the key to make the score 33-32 tigers. This caused Viking coach Larry Shaeffer to Call time out and talk things Over with his boys. Whatever he said must have made quite an impression on Claude Hovick because the diminutive play making guard proceeded to hit a Basket during the Normal course of a Viking offensive play to steal the on the Way Tom Gaynl is of Story City used shots Uke this to score to Points in the game with Madrid wednesday night at Bayard. Watching Gaard go for the nets Are Doug Brown 33 and two other Tiger cagers. In the first double overtime game in this area this year the Vikings topped the tigers 58-56 and advanced to meet Bayard in the sectional finals tonight at 7 30 . At the Ballard gym. Tribune photo by Vince Coyle Bau the next time Madrid handled it and drive for a Basket and then to connect on a free throw. As the result of this five Point splurge the Vikings led 37-33 with just Over a minute to play in the third period. Russ Brown and Doug Brown Tach connected from the Field for the tigers while Ron Hoffman netted a two Pointer for the Vikings before the period ended and Story City led 40-37 at the end As the fourth period got under Way. The last period got the tension Factor properly into the game As the Vikings elected to play deliberate wait for the last shot Ball and went in front 48-47 at 3 44 to play. A free throw by Ray Cervetti of Madrid tied the score at 48-48. Ron Hoffman a two free throws put Story City up by two but Russ Brown of Madrid neutralized this with a jumper at 1 42. After they went into their delay game Bob Ness of the Vikings hit a shot to put his team in front 52-50 with less than 20 seconds to play. The tigers got that one last desperate shot just at the gun and tied the game on a shot by Doug Brown. This sent the game into the first overtime. Both teams elected to play deliberate Ball during this three minute period and the Only scoring was a pair of free throws by Hoffman of the Vikings and a Field goal by Steve Madison of the tigers. Enter the second overtime with the score tied 54-54 a one hand push by Doug i Assi at 1 59 put the tigers in front 56-54. Claude Hovick of the Vikings neutralized this with a Field goal with 49 seconds to play. With less than to seconds to play Ron Hoffman hit the shot that put the Vikings in front 58-56. A desperation shot by the tigers bounded off the rim As the game ended with Story City moving into the finals. Obviously both teams played Well and the game was close All the Way. Madrid was handicapped by scores Iowa boys sections basketball scores by United press International Paullina 92 Hartley 50 Sutherland 61 Primghar 56 Ottumwa Walsh Loo Fremont 41 Eddyville 75 Hedrick 57 Sioux City Leeds 60 Whiting 52 Lawton Bronson 47 sergeant Bull Luton 41 Hawarden West Soux 75 Lemars Gehlen 64 Cedar Falls u n i h4 Janesville 39 Denver 59 Aplington 54 new London lot West Burlington 45 fort Madison Aquinas 49 Waco 44 Norway 77 Amana 41 mount Vernon 67 Clear Creek 53 Belmond 108 Kanawha 28 Goldfield 80 Klemme 69 Pella Christian 50 Melcher dal Las 48 Bussey twin Cedars 60 Pleasantville 59 Iowa City la High 68 Muscatine Hayes 65 Mediapolis 59 Wapello 44 morning Sun 63 Louisa Muse line 50 Brooklyn b g m 51 Montezuma 50 Shellsburg 69 Garrison 63 Dysart Geneseo 52 Laporte City 51 Everly 60 Sioux Valley 51. The fact that five of their six regulars were hit by the flu this past week but they still made a very Strong showing. Good season coach Keith Peterson and his team end their season with an 11-6 record and the satisfaction of knowing that they provided their fans with a lot of thrilling basketball this year. Score by quarters Otot Story City 17 31 40 52 54 58�?58 Madrid 15 25 37 52 54 56�?56 scoring Story City a Ron Hoffman 22, Claude Hovick 14, Tom Gaard to Clayton Gregg 6, Bob Ness 6. Roger Hillis. Madrid a Doug Brown 17, Russ Brown i Steve Madison to Ray Cervetti 9, Doug Tassi 7, Bob Ripley 2. Ballard Victory the game Between Roland and Ballard saw a taller bomber team jump to an Early Lead Only to find the rockets come roaring Back. In the first half Roland was plagued by poor shooting from the Field but they still kept the pressure on and trailed Only 30-20 at the half. In the third period they closed the Gap to eight Points a number of times and looked like they were about to explode any minute but just never did get that big rally going. Steve Wierson rim Larson and Greg Kaltenheuser were cyclones flow to run All in double figures for the rockets while the bombers also had four men in double figures. Jene Scott led All scorers with 19 Points while Dan Ber rett had la and Gary Fjelland and Rich Ihle each had to for coach Steve Hanson steam. In the end it was just too much size for the rockets to Cope with As the bombers used their size to Good advantage on the boards at both ends of the floor. As this is the last game of the year and for All time for a Roland teams As next year they merge with Story City i will cover some details and highlights of this game tomorrow in column form. As the result of their Victory the very Strong and impressive bomber team will play Story City tonight for the sectional title. Score by quarters Ballard 12 30 43 61�?61 round 8 20 36 52�?52 scoring Ballard a Jene Scott 19, Don Berret la Gary Fjelland to Rich Ihle to Gary Clark 5, Bob Klonglan 4, Craig Bower 2, Denny Drake Charles Ryen Don Blaskovich Jon Donahue. Roland a rim Larson 13, Greg Kaltenheuser 12, Steve Wierson to Jay Ryan 8, John Auld 7, Virgil Tungsvik 2, Jim Twedt Paul Jacobson Jay Amundson Wayne Posegate Steve Twedt Harold Hovick. There will be an even dozen Iowa state track and Field performers in action in the annual big eight indoor track and Field meet in Kansas City Friday and saturday. Kansas is the overwhelming favorite in the meet with powerful Nebraska next in line. Kansas state Missouri and Colorado should fight it out for third. Iowa state Oklahoma state and Oklahoma Are expected to wage a tight contest for sixth place. Busiest Man for the cyclones will be Sophomore fran Long of Irwin. Long will compete in the 60, the 440, and run a leg on the mile relay. The entries by events 60-Yard dash a Bruce Harding Marshalltown fran Long Irwin. 440-Yard dash him Walstrom Manson Long Harding. 600-Yard run a Mike Bader it. Vernon Ohio. 880-Yard run a Jim Mccord Centerville. 1000-Yard run a Mike Houck Estacada Ore. Mile run a Houck. 2 mile run a Dennis Mcguire. Waterloo. Long jump a Ken Brauman Eagle Grove. Pole vault a Rex Harvey. Redfield Steve Leonhardt Des Moines Dean Pettit Sioux City John Campbell Norman okla. Mile relay a Walstrom Bader Long Harvey. Roland a Hopes to Advance in girls District play were shattered by Bondurant Farrar tuesday night As the rockette dropped a one Point contest 71-70 at Southeast Polk. The rockette were slowed by the loss of guard Peg Eggland for Over two quarters. She twisted her ankle during the warm ups and did not get into the game until the third period the ankle was packed in ice during the first half of the game and then tapped. Roland coach Bill Hennessy said she wanted to play and having her Back in the game picked up the team both psychologically and physically but they quite overcome the Bondurant Lead Hennessy said three main factors led to the rockette loss. First was the play of Bondurant. Who turned in what their coach Warren Davidson called a the Best game we have played All second was another problem Winch has plagued the rockette in Many of their games turnovers. They lost the Ball to Bondurant 25 times. Beaten at the free throw line a another familiar Story for Roland a was the Edge in the game. Bondurant hit 72 per cent from the Charity line collecting 27 Points that Way while Roland hit on 16 free shots with a percentage of 57. The rockette finished with a 17-7 season. Hennessy said he was a real pleased with their efforts a this season. The team showed a lot of a Hustle and desire Quot he said. And they Quot worked hard All season. Score by quarters Bondt far 22 35 48 Titi Roland 15 30 47 70 70 scoring Roland Debbie Holen 40. Kay Britson 17. Karen Twedt 13. Sharon Nelson Tam Eggland indy Britson Carol Birkeland Paula Christian. Ruth Lounsberry Bondurant Farrar a Nancy Stoll 32, Coleene Reick 24, Rosemary Bishop 15, Martha Eccl Toek. Cindy Mally Connie Albers yes Robertson Yaz signs by Bob Stewart up sports writer Carl Yastrzemski got his pm too plus. Bob Gibson did t get his Cam do pase Al agreed to $45. Khz and scores upon scores of lesser stars grabbed what they were offered and went to work in the major league training Camps wednes Little league coming to Ames Little league baseball is coming to Ames. What does this mean you May ask briefly it Means that a number of Ames citizens have taken the time to set up a program that w ill at i Ord All of the boys that Quality according to age a Chance to play organized supervised baseball. This will not be a High pressure program but rather an instructional and educational one. On a daily basis tor the next Tew Days we Are going to be telling you More about the Little league. Elsewhere on this Page a form appears that will allow a boy to get started in the Little league program anyone interested in participating should till out this form and follow the instructions., this is your preregistration card All of these must he turned ii by March 6. You May mail or bring this card to the Tribune in person. On saturday March 8 and March 15 boys will go to the Ames High school gym for the final registration at this time you will have to by accompanied by a Parent or guardian and prove just exactly How old you Are. So get started now and get that pre registration card in it you want to play. There Are All sorts of big league things in the works such As a player draft managers sponsors Volunteer officials and parental support of this program Day. Boston red sox general manager Dick of Connell claimed that Yazy contract made Carl the highest paid player in the american league. Baltimore s Frank Robinsons approximate $115,000 had been tops and a Chap named ted Williams once got $125,000 state mat schedule Ames wrestlers Mike Owings and Jon Hunziker will have their first round matches in the state wrestling tournament at Waterloo Friday afternoon at 3 of . In the 165 Pound class Owings will meet Miles Ricketts from Davenport Central while in the 175 Pound class Hunziker will wrestle Reece Wilson of water-1 0 West. The Semi final round will be held Friday evening at 9 00 pm the Consolation and championship rounds will take place on saturday starting at 7 00 . # % getting ready in the same spirit of fun that it is hoped will Mark All of the action during the coming Little league season this Trio got started warming up for the coming season. From left Are John Mckinney president of the Ames Little league Vince Coyle sports editor the Tribune and Amie Zediker players agent tor the Ames Little league. A Well organized program that will give hundreds of boys a Chance to play organized supervised baseball is the goal of the Ames Little league program. More details about the founding of this organization will be carried on a regular basis on the snorts pages of the Tribune. Tribune photo by Verle Burgason pre registration Blank Little league amp babe Ruth baseball name. Address. Age. Date of birth. Boys must attorn age 9 by August i cd not attain age 13 prior to August i to be eligible for Little league. Babe Ruth league age limits Ore 13 by August i and not attorn 16 before aug. I mail or take rim entry Blank before March 6 to a Little league ame Tribune Ames Iowa the slim double breasted. 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