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The Harlan (Iowa) Tribune Shelby girls set four win Relay titles, Harlan third Seven records were broken and two more ......... Shelby 118 Elk Horn 861,,'2 Griswold 681/2 Carson 40 Walnut 16 Kuemper, Adair-.Casey, Sidney PAGE 8 Thurs. Morning, April 17, 1969 i i I marks in meet victory   r i i FINAL STANDINGS SHELBY -- Shelby girls set four new school records on their way to an easy victory in a five team invitational track meet here Tuesday. The Cardinalettes tallied 118 points, second place Elk Horn had 861/2; Griswold, 68Jz; Carson, 40; and Walnut, 16. Yvonne Henry, Peg Ehlers, and Ronda Manz all bettered individual marks, while the 440 yard relay team of Manz, Pat Messerschmidt, Vicki Kern, and Sandy Schuster erased the school's oldest girls' track mark. The relay unit ran a :54.3, bettering a 1964 record. Other records were Henry, 93-2 in the discus; Manz 15-8/2 in the long jump; and Ehlers 4-71/z in the high jump. Ehlers also hurled the discus 89-71/2 to better the old mark. The Cardinalette's Henry also won the 60, 220, and 440 yard dashes. Freshman Schuster won the 100 in :12.4. Elk Horn victories came in the 880 yard relay, Rasmussen and Wolken tied in the 80 meter hurdles, and Poldberg in the 880 yard run. Walnut's Barb Davis took the softball throw with a 170 foot toss. THE RESULTS RUNNING EVENTS 60 -- Yvonne Henry (S) :07.8; 105 -- Sandy Schuster (S) :12.4; 220--Henry (S) :28.3; 440 -- Henry (S) :65.2; 880-- Poldberg (EH) 2:37.8; 80 meter hurdles -- (tie) Rasmussen (EH), Wolken (EH), :14.0; 220 hurdles -- Pat Messorschmidt (S) :32.4. FIELD EVENTS Long jump -- Ronda Manz (S) 15-81/2; shot put- Howell (G) 30-0; discus- Henry (S) 93-2; softball throw -- Barb Davis (W) 170-0; high jump -- Peg Ehlers (S) 4-71/2. RELAYS 440 -- Shelby (Manz, Pat Messerschmidt, Kern, and Schuster) :54.3; 880 -- Elk Horn, 1:55.0; mile--Griswold, 4:42.6; shuttle hurdle -- Shelby (Pat Messerschmidt, Cynthia Best, IAnda Coshorn, and Paula Messerschmidt) :57.5; 320 yard shuttle -- Griswold :45.4; 880 medley -- Shelby (LaRee Ehlers, Best, Goshorn, anti Debbie Davis) 2:05.8; distance medley -- Shelby (Davis, Kern, LaRee Ehlers, and Manz) 4:46.8. i ..... A #+ HIGH HURDLE HEAT -- Harlan's (center) goes over hurdle in heat of the 120 yard in the Cyclone Relays. Jerry Hermsen, Carroll won the heat. A 10-POUNDER tied as Carroll Kuemper, Adair-Casey, and Sidney captured divisional championships in the llth annual Cyclone Relays at Merrill Field Friday night. Harlan got a first from Galen Nelson in the 440 and won the mile relay, but fell one point short of Council Bluffs Lincoln for second place in the 'A' standings. The mile relay unit of Bob Larson, Steve Klitgaard, Galen Nelson, and Phil Larsen crossed the line in 3:37.2 in the final event. The 880 (Bob Rust, Klitgaard, Todd Nelson, and Phil Lrsen) and two-mile (Jim Hulsebus, Randy Pash, Bob Larson, and Larry Hopp) relay teams took second. The Cyclones' football lettermans' relay team of Craig Petersen, Tom Heilesen, Gary Lansman, and Rick Hanson were first in that event, but it does not count on the team stan- dings. Harlan got field event points from Jack Imrsen, second in discus; Tom Ouren, second in pole vault; Lansman, fourth in the high jump; Tim Hodapp, fourth in the pole vault; and ::KK..q.:::.::::::::.. i::i:: CYCLONE RELAYS !ili !}!i R ECORDS BROKEN i! i !:;i CLASS A '..:. Long jump Tom Rasmussen, iiii iiii Audubon, 21-1%; betters old mark, 20-9 by iii! :: Steve Jacobsen. Harlan. 1967. :::: iliiii mile-Joe Ranney, Co Bluffs AL., ii!i 4:39.4; betters old mark, 4:40.7 by iiii .:.: - Keith Springer, Perry, 2:06.3; ii il 100 - (tied) Craig Johnson, Denison, i!ii :10.1; equals marks by Fascher, Harlan; :!:} Epperson, Onawa; and Comfort, Onawa. !i! Two mile relay - (tied) Co. Bluffs AL, ii!i ii!i 8:24.9; equals mark by Red Oak, 1966. !!!i }} :.:. C LASS B :!:! i!! Long jump - Dave Goodman, Fremont- }::! iii! DennisMills' 20-21/2 ; betters ld mark f 20"2% bY iiSims, Anita, 1963. 220 - John Dobler, Manning, :22.2 in :i:! !iii preliminaries; betters ld mark f : 22"3 bY i!i! McDonald, Scranton, 1962. .:.: 440- Russ Baker, Manning, :52.0; ::i::i ii!i betters old mark of :52.6 by Fran Long, !ii , i!!! irwin, 1967. # The fish were biting at Prairie Rose Lake iii 880 - Russ Baker, Manning, 2:01.4; iiii last Sunday. Sunday morning, Sherm Buss, i:!: betters old mark of 2:05.4 by Tom Hudson, :i northeast side of the lake. ::::: records.First year for Class C, all marks are iii SCHLESWIG GOLF TOURNEY The Schleswig firemen will host the annual firemen's golf tournament at the Schleswig Golf club June 21. The event is open to all firemen, or retired firemen and their wives in western Iowa. There will be cards for the ladies in the af- ternoon. A catered dinner will be served in the evening. iiii Two m.e 00new event, Bob iiii Vonnahme, Carroll Kuemper, 10:36.5. Petersen, fifth in the shot put. Besides winning the 440 and running on the winning mile relay team, Galen Nelson was third in the 220. Duane Buckley ran I0.55.8 in the two mile. lust six seconds off the school record, and took second in that open event. Larry Hopp was third in half-mile, and Don Parkhurst fifth in the 440. CLASS B Adair-Casey overcame strong individual performances from John Dobler and Russ Baker, Manning, to win the B crown. Runner-up Dexfield captured the 440, 880, and mile relay titles, while Dobler and Baker captured every running event between 100 and 880 yards. Dobler won the 100 and set a record winning the 220, while Baker was the only double record breaker of the meet -cracking the existing mark in the 440 and 880. He lowered the 440 mark to :52.0, it had been held by Fran Long, Irwin; and the 880 mark to 2:01.4. Pre-meet favorite Oakland slipped to fifth place. CLASS C In the first year for Class C, Sidney used a strong showing in field events arid balance in the running finals for a safe 72-531/2 margin over second place Bayard. Elk Horn, led by state champion 880 Curt Hoegh, took third with 401/2 points, with Earlham, led by state hurdle champ Jim Nevitt, a close fourth at 381/2. Nevitt won the 100, 220, and low hurdles. . Irwin, behind four strong relay finishes, was fifth. Hoegh anchored the Danes' two-mile relay team to victory, edging Irwin by .2 of a second. He also won the 880, while Steve Peterson won the mile run. The Irwin 440 yard relay team of Harlow Conrad, Larry Wiig, Steve Christensen, and Alfred Plumb raced home first, while the 880, medley, and two mile relay teams were second. CLASS A F ie Id e vents - shot put - Carl Sorensen (AL), Gilbert (A), R. Petersen (RO), Brinkman (CK), C. Petersen (H), 48-5%; long jump - Tom Rasmussen (A), Merkeris (AL), Coleman (AL), M. Rasmussen (RO), (tie) and Johnson (D), 211/z (new record); discus - Bruce Talbot (AL), J. Larsen (H), Harvey (D), Sorensen (AL), R. Petersen (RO), 133-2; high jump - Mike Murphy (P), Chubick (AL), Kelley (CK), Lansman (H), Berry (AL), 5-8; pole vault - Kelley (CK), Ouren IH!, Burgess (D), nodapp (H), Walden (CK), Running events- 100-Craig Johnson (D), Neuman (D), Comes (CK), Rasmussen (A), Williams (RO), :10.25 (record :10.1, tied in prelims); 220 - Johnson (D), Neaman (D), G. Nelson (H), McCauley (P), Neppl (CK), :22.5; 440- Galen Nelson (H), Daeges (CK), Hansen , Batton (AL), Parkhurst (H), :53.3; 880 - eith Springer (P), Ranney (ALL tlopp (H), Baldus (CK), Fifield (RO), 2:06.3 (new record); mile run - Joe Ranney (AL), Grossman (CK), Campbell (A), McGinn (D), Strake (P), 4:39.4 FINAL STANDINGS Class A Carroll Kuemper 70 Co Bluffs AL 58 Harlan 57 Red Oak 491/ Denison 341/2 Perry 29 Audubon 26 Class B Adair-Casey 631/Z Dexfield 581/ Fremont-Mills 52% Manning 50% Oakland 45 Exira 22 Underwood 6 Coon Rapids 5 Class C Sidney 72 Bayard 531/z Elk Horn - Kimballton 401z Earlham 381/2 irwin 36 Scranton 281/z East Monona 18 Manilla 12 :::::::::::::::::::..:::::::::::::::::::::;::::::: (new record); low hurdles - Dick Heitoff (CK) Johnson (RO), Bennett (P), Berry (AL), Herm- sen (CK), :20.3; high hurdles - Steve Johnson (RO), Heitoff (CK), Hermsen (CK), Bro (A), Berry (ALL :15.2; Relays - 440- Kuemper (Neppl, Rohner, Heitoff, Comes), Perry, AL, Red Oak, Harlan, :46.0; 880 - Red Oak (Williams, Rasmussen, Ellis, Williams), Harlan, Kuemper, Perry, AL, 1: 36.2; mile - Harlan (Larson, Klitgaard, Nelson, Larsen), Red Oak, Denison, AL, Perry, 3:37.2; mile medley - Kuemper (Sweller, Rohner, Middendorf, Riddle), Red Oak, Harlan, AL, Perry, 3:50.2; two mile - AL (Anderson, Bailey, Steege, Smith), Harlan, Kuemper, Red Oak, Denison, 8:24.9 (ties old record). CLASS B Field events - shot put - Scott Harris (O) 50- 5; long jump - Dave Goodman (F-M) 20-21/2 (new record); discus -Dennis Rowedder (M) 132-1; high jump - Barry pole vault - Steve Fichter Running events - 105 - :10.35; 220 - Dobler (M) prelims); 440 - Russ Baker record); 880 - Baker (M) 2:01. mile - Rex Turner (A-C) Tom Baker (Dexfi#ld) :20.8; Charles Spitler (A-C) :16A. Relays - 440 - Dexfield Griffith, Baker), Oakland Manning, :46.8; 880- Thomas, Baker), Oakland, Mills, Adair-Casey, 1:36.4; (Smith, Sloan, Thomas, Fremont-Mills, mile medley - Manning Stangl), Adair-Casey, Fremont-Mills, 3:57.4; two mile White, Carrick, :Anderson), Mills, Adair-Casey, Manning, CLASS C (all records) Field events - shot 214 ; long jump - Dennis Booth Craig Glasgow (S) 120-11; Harms (S) 5-4; pole vault - Running events - I00 -Jim 220- Nevitt (E) :23.2; 440 :53.9; 880 - Curt Hoegh (EH) Peterson (EH) 4:55.4; low :21.4; high hurdles - Kent Relays - 440 Irwin CA1 stensen, Plumb), Sidney, East Manana, :47.8; 880 - Mercer, Helgenberg, Lloyd), Horn, Scranton, 1:36.7; mile- Mercer, Fitzpatrick, Scranton, Elk Manilla, medley - Scranton (Johnson, Hoyt), Irwin, Sidney, two mile - Elk Horn (Hausen, Hoegh), Irwin, Manilla, OPEN EVENTS Two mile - Bob Vonnahme Buckley (Harlan), Kruse Christofferson (Adair-Casey), field), 10:36.5; shuttle hurdle (Johnson, Fifield, Youngberg, Adair-Casey, Harlan, Perry, Football letterman's 440 count in team standings) - Heilesen, Lansman, Hansen), ning, Adair-Casey, Perry, :49.3. "TEE TIME" -- The Harlan high school golf team has five veterans who competed in the state meet a year ago. Ready to tee off for another season are (l-r) Doug Paulk, Don Goede, John Hughes, Dave Pauley, and Jim Dodd. Hughes is the only senior, Goede is a unior, and the others sophomores. HHS links team aims for another state tourney bid The Harlan high school boys golf team will me aiming for another trip to the state tour- nament in their 1969 season. The Cyclone links' team would like a chance at improving their showing at the state meet, according to Coach Dave Trotter. All five of the golfers that made the state trip are returning, plus three other lettermen. State tournament veterans are John Hughes, Dave Pauley, Don Goede, Jim Dodd, and Doug Paulk. Hughes is the only senior, Goede is a i junior, and the other three are sophomores. Other lettermen are juniors Dave Olsen and Start Knudsen, and senior Rick Rasmussen. : Trotter said any of the eight lettermen could he among the five-man 'A' team, with Pauley, Hughes, Goede, and Dodd given the best chance to make the squad cons!stantly. Rounding out the 'B team will probably be Randy Rasmussen and Steve Sisson, Trotter said. There are 20 boys out for golf. On te girls' team, only one letterman, $amiy Frerlckson, returns. The girls' Coach is Dm Grumw, Harlan golfers dump Audubon The Harlan high school boys' golf team opened their season with a 167-169 victory over Audubon at the Harlan Country Club Wed- nesday. The Wheeler's Tim Ross took medalist honors with a 40, but the Cyclones' Doug Paulk, playing on the 'B' team, shot a 38. Harlan 'A' team scores include Dave Pauley and Dave Olsen, 41; Jim Dodd, 42; and John Hughes and Rick Rasmussen, 43. In golf, only the best four scores of the five-man team are counted. 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