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SPORTS/2 )ages Town Team BB Scores &apos;n Standings t STANDINGS Defiance ..................................................... 4-1 Dunlap ....................................................... 3-2 Earling ....................................................... 3-2 Portsmouth ................................................. 3-2 Manilla ....................................................... 2-3 Westphalia A ............................................. 2-3 Westphalia B ............................................. 2-3 Panama ...................................................... 1-4 GAMES PLAYED NOV. 29 Defiance 102, Portsmouth 73 Defiance: Tom Trotter 32, Bryce Shaben 25, Tom Pauley 24; Ports: Gene Fuhs 19 Westphalia A 87, Dunlap 84 West: Rich Hasten 29, Bruce Goeser 26; Dunlap: Larry Connealy 22, Paul Zahner 18 Manilla 89, Westphalia B 79 Manilla: Bob Chapman 24, Roger Ras- mussen 17; West: Gary Schuite 17, Jeff Scha- benl7 Earllng 77, Panama 71 (or) Earling: Jim Heese 25, Steve Kenkel 14, Steve Gross 14; Panama: Mike Blum 19, Glen Wingert 14 *lit* GAMES SUNDAY, DEC. 10 At Earling: Manilla vs Earling; Dunlap vs Defiance; At Panama: Panama vs Westphalia B; Portsmouth vs Westphalia A GAMES WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13 At Westphalia: Westphalia B vs Portsmouth; Dunlap vs Manilla; At Defiance: Defiance vs Earling; Westphalia A vs Panama Bowling Scores 'n Standings I THURSDAY NITE LADIES Plumb Hybrid ........................................ 35 - 17 Peterson G as .......................................... 31-21 Dave's Pharmacy ................................... 30-22 Contempo ............................................. ,30-22 Dairy Queen ........................................... 27-25 Great Plains ........................................... 27-25 Game: JoAnn Rose 196, Linda Heflin 192, Kim Schneider 190; Series: Kim Schneider 533, Rozann Lauritsen 531, Faye Nielsen 511 FRIDAY NITE MIXED Over the Hill Gang ................................ 32-24 Andersen Hauling .................................. 32-24 Kaleidoscope ......................................... 30-26 C. D. S. Black ........................................ 28-28 C. D. S. Gold ......................................... 27-29 Women's Series: Mary Gessert 482, Faye Nielsen 466, Jackie Velthoff 443; Women's Game: Arletha Hocker 183, Janet Bruck 175, Gessert 172; Men's Series: Oar Gessert 547, Ken Leinen 484, John Bruck 484; Men's Game: Gessert 193, 179, Denny Conrad 183 KINGS & QUEENS WED. MIXED Fareway ........................................... 37.0-19.0 State Farm Insurance ....................... 35.0-21.0 Home Federal Savers ....................... 33.5-22.5 Kum N Go ....................................... 30.0-26.0 Pig Pins ............................................ 29.0-27.0 Women's Series: Marcia Albertson 507, Kathy Kelly 501, Joyce Lund 473; Women's Game: Albertson 212, Deb Gessert 193, Kelly 183; Men's Series: Charlie Parkhurst 628, Bud Weis 591, Dar Lund 537; Men's Game: I I I STANDINGS Bauer's Shoe Store .................................... 4-0 Super Valu ................................................. 3-1 Chamberlain Lumber ................................. 2-2 Shelby County Bowl .................................. 2-2 Hy-Vee ...................................................... 1-3 Harlan National Bank ................................ 0-4 Games Played Nov. 26 Bauer's 79, Shelby Bowl 47 Bauer's: Jon Stewart 18, Dave Wilwerding 18, Rod Hess 16; Bowl: Larry Manz 19, Breu Rold 16, Lynn Heimerman 12 Super Valu 59, Harlan National 53 Super: Jeff Barry 20, Craig Kroger 14, Kent Klinkefus 11; HNB: Todd Lowe 14, Bran& Ferry 11 Chamberlain's 44, Hy-Vee 37 Chamberlain: Tom Anderson 12, Jon Clemons 11; Hy-Vee: Jim Jusdce Games Played Dec. 3 Bauer's 77, Super Valu 61 Bauer's: Rodd Hess 21, Dave Wilwerding 15, Tom Reese 14; Super: JeffBarry 19, Kent Klinkefus 16, Zahner 14 Hy-Vee 55, Harlan National Bank 39 Hy-Vee: Greg Nelson 18, Kyle Rock 13, Rod Riessen 12; HNB: Dana Armenu'out 10, Lance Axland 9 Chamherlaln's 49, Shelby Bowl 33 Chamberlain's: Tom Anderson 12, How- ard McCutchan 8; Bowl: Brett Reid 12, Larry Manz 9 Games Sunday, December 10 At HCHS Gym: 6:00 Hy-Vee vs Bauer's Shoe Store; 7:00 Shelby County Bowl vs Har- lan Super Valu; 8:00 Chamberlain Lumber vs Harlan National Bank Volleyball Harlan Rec League II I (Monday Mixed) Rose Petal .............................................. 11-2 Shelby County State Bank ..................... 11-2 Harlem National Bank ............................ 10-2 Harlan Auto Mart ..................................... 6-6 Panama Lumber ....................................... 5-8 Irwin Feed Service ........... . ....................... 4-7 Relief Pitcher ........................................... 3-8 Nifty Fifties ............................................ 0-13 Driver's License renewals here each Saturday 8 to 3 p.m. at court House. GUINN/HarIan UP FOR TWO - Corey Petersen of Walnut tries to score against Orient- Macksburg's Scott Kuster during RHC Tourney action Monday. T-C Wr'er,,;tlers compete zn Gre enfield Tourney GREENFIELD - Tri-Center finished fourth in the Greenfield Wrestling Tourna- ment last Saturday with 89 points. In the process, the Trojans had one runner-up and four third place finishes. Coach Ernie Abarioatas commented, "Thing went great for the first meet. I really didn't know what to expect but I was pretty pleased with everyone." The lone finalist was Chad Brich at 130 pounds. He won two matches before losing to Johnston's Matt Duckworth 18-3 in the title bout. Finishing third were Aric Thomsen (112), Randy Ring (152), Harold Short (160) and Brian Manhart (171). Thomsen pinned three of the four wrestlers he faced in the tournament. His one loss was by a narrow 6-3 decision. Short and Manhart each pinned two of their opponents. Tri-Center competes in the Maple Valley (Mapleton) Tournament tomorrow (Saturday). The hosted Treynor and West Harrison in a double dual last night (Thurs- day). TRI-CENTER RESULTS 103 -Josh McDermott: lost to Kasey Scott, Mt. Ayr, 14-10; pinned by Dustin Brown, Greenfield, 0:47 112- Arlc Thomsen (3rd): pinned John Christensen, Greenfield, 1:30; lost to Fred Lavesay, DM East, 6-3; pinned Craig Scott, Mt. Ayr, 2:41; pinned Christensen, Greenfield, 2:42 119 - Curt Bdch {4th): lost to Pete Bucking- ham, Central Decatur, 19-3; beat Kevin Brewer, Greenfield, 14-12; pinned James Stewart, Mt. Ayr, 4:49; pinned by Buckingham, CO, 2:37 125 - Aaron Wellman: Iostto Chad Oden- heim, Clarke, 60; pinned by Paul Kofeldt, Cert. Decatur, 3:17 130 - Chad Br'ch (2nd): beat Jay Fagan, DM East, 4-1; beat Matt Raybum, Clarke, ] 3-6; lost to Matt Duckworth, Johnston, 18-3 135 - Ryan Petorten: pinned by Chris Andersen, Greenfield, 0:48; pinned by Brian Ruben- dall, 1:13 145 - Jon Dollen (6th]: beat Todd Kofeldt, Cen. Decatur, 10-2; pinned by Greg Britcher, DM East, 1:51; lost to Ron Landphair, Mt. Ayr, 10-3 152 - Randy Ring (3rd): beat Keith Lee, Johnston, 90; pinned by Kevin Stewart, Mt. Ayr, 0:52; pinned Bill Homing, DM East, 4:26; beat Lee, Johnston, 8-5 160 - Harold Short (3rd): pinned Joe Thompsen, DM East, 5:28; pinned by Dave Daughton, Cen. Decatur, 1:29; pinned Mike White, Clarke, 1:28; beat Thompsen, DM East, 9-8 171 - Brian Manhart (3rd): pinned Mike Hynbaugh, Mr. Ayr, 1:38; pinned by Chris Swalla, Stuart-Menlo, 1:18; pinned by Jeff Stevens, Johnston, 1:59; beat Russ Channon, DM East, 30 189 - Bert VanNordstrand (6th): pinned by Steve Julle, Johnston, 5:48; pinned Todd Bush, Orient-Macksburg, 0:54; pinned by Steve Harder, Cen. Decatur, 5:39 HWT- Carl Pace (4th): pinned by Eric Oiler, Johnston, 1:27; lost to Jermaine Reed, DM East, 8- 1 Area girls' high school basketball- Lady Danes win tourney ANITA - Elk Horn-Kimballton ad- vanced to the championship game of the Rolling Hills Conference Tournament by beating Anita 96-58 Tuesday night. The Lady Danes will face Orient-Macksburg at 8 p.m. tonight (Friday) in the title tilt. O-M toppled Exira Tuesday in the other semifi- nal contest. The Lady Danes took a 26-3 lead after one quarter and coasted to the 48-point victory. Dawn Hoegh led the scoring with 31 points while Danielle Hoegh added 22, Christiana Jensen 19 and LaJean Fajen 18. Fajen replaced Danielle Hoegh for nearly half of the game when the latter cut a lip and had to have stitches. She returned to the lineup late in the game. Defensively, EH-K was led by Mich- elle Jensen with 10 rebounds and four steals while Bobbi Niklasen had eight and three. Dawn Hoegh dished 12 assists in the forward court and had seven 3-point goals. Elk Horn-Kimballton lifted their rec- ord to 5-0. EH-K ................................. 26 49 72 96 ANITA ................................. 3 22 44 58 EH-K - Forwards: Dawn Hoegh 31, Danielle Hoegh 22, Christiana Jensen 19, LaJean Fajen 18, Nikki Jensen 4, Alissa Johnson 2. Guards (reb-st): Michelle Jensen 10-4, Bobbi Niklasen 8-3, Susan Sand 3-1, Fajen 2-0, Brooke Christofferson 2-0, N.Jensen 1-2, Johnson 1-1, Mindy Christensen 1-0, JodyFabian 1-0. FG: 42; FT: 2-3; Fouls: 19; 3-Pt Goals: Dawn Hoegh 7, C.Jensen 3 ANITA - Colleen Rathman 21, Mindi Dorsey Sec. A - Pg. Harlan, IA, Fri. morn., Dec. MOPPING THE FLOOR - Walnut's Tammy Larsen (23) and Orient-Macksburg's Crystal Ford slide across the i 20, Jay Watson I1, Shelly Glynn 6. FG: 23; IT: 11- 32; Fouls: 7; 3-Pt Goal: Dorsey Orient-Macksburg 83, Walnut 46 WALNUT - Orient-Macksburg cruised to an 83-46 win in the first round of the Rolling Hills Conference tournament Monday. Jenni Wallace headed the winners with 32 points while Jennifer McKinney added 23 and Shari Mensing 15. The Warri- orettes were paced by Tammy Larsen with 22 points. The Walnut guard court was headed by Ranea Sievers with seven re- bounds and three steals. The game was a free throw contest as O-M hit 18 of 32 and Walnut 13 of 29. WALNUT ............................ 10 30 36 46 ORIENT-MACKSBURG ........ 21 44 69 83 WALNUT - Forwards: Tamrny Larsen 22, Tina AJff 12, Annette Blurn 12. Guards (reb-st}: Ranea Sievers 7-3, Becky Showers 4-3, Katie Kock 1-7, Stacey Suhr 1-0, Michelle Hansen 1-0, Shan- non Jensen I-0. FG: 16; IT: 13-29; Fouls: 22; 3- Pt Goal: Larsen O-M- JenniWallace 32, Jennifer McKinney 23, Shari Mensing 15, Traci Huddleson 6, Tina Mikkelsen 4, Lindsay Johnson 3. FG: 32; FT: 18- 32; Fouls: 23; 3-Pt Goal: McKinney Dunlap-DCoA 41, I-K-M 39 (ot) DUNLAP - Anita Friend hit two free throws in overtime to lift City-Arion to Kirkman-ManiUa Tuesday ley girls' basketball acl only points scored by either team extra period. Free throw shooting killed hopes of winning the contest. Hawks hit just 5 of 21 charity "It's almost a blowout if we spectable percentage from the free line," said Coach Rick missed the front end of ei ations. We also missed overtime." Friend paced the victors with 11 while Amy Petersen's 17 was the I-K-M. Lynda Chapman had bounds for the Lady Hawk Chapman, Stacy Hanson Muhlbauer each had three steals. Irwin-Kirkman-Manilla fell to the loss. They travel to East (Moorhead) Friday and to day. I-K-M. ........................ 10 19 27 DUNLAP-DC-A .............. 8 2I 31 Holloway 14, Ande Rasmu st): Lynda Chapman 8-3, Stacy Hanson' Muhlbauer 5-3, Alyson Bruhn 1-0. FG: 17; Fouls: 17 DUNLAP - Anita Friend 18, I Jean Sullivan 8. FG: 15; IT: Area boys' prep basketball- floor as they fight for a loose ball in the RHC Monday evening. Also pictured is Annette Tri-Center opens with big Dan Elliott and Wellman led with six re- bounds apiece. AvoHa-Shelby-Tennant lost for the second time this season. The Vikings were paced by Chad Rhamy with 14 points and Marty Brunsmann with six rebounds. "As AvoHa-Shelby-Tennant gets more familiar with each other, they're going to get a lot better," said Cochran. "It will be an entirely different team from Avoca we'll see later in the season." Tri-Center continues with a busy week- end. They are at Treynor tonight (Friday) and go to Logan-Magnolia Saturday. AvoHa-S-T hosts Missouri Valley in Shelby tonight. A-S-T .................................. 6 18 37 55 TRI-CENTER ...................... 23 46 75 98 A-S-T - Chad Rhamy 14, John True 10, Ryan Blakestad 10, Matt Sternberg 9, Many Brunsmann 9, Todd DeBuse 3. FG: 23; IT: 8-15; Fouls: 19; 3- Pt Goal: Brunsmann TRI-CENTER - Bill Jennings 17, Jim Dermody 16, Bnan Lund 12, Ray Wellman 12, Rob Larsen 11, Eric Schnitker 8, Heath Rodenburg 7, Tyler Maness Kloewer scores 32 in frosh win RED OAK - The Harlan Community ninth grade boys opened their season with a 64-27 killing of Red Oak Monday. i! Troy Kloewer hit 16 of 18 field goals and scored 32 points to lead the Cyclone offense. He also had 11 rebounds. Chad Manz and Troy Kenkel each had three steals. HCHS ................................ lO 30 S4 64 RED OAK ............................. 8 12 20 27 HCHS - Scoring: Troy Kloewer 32, Sam Arkfeld 6, Steve Childs 4, Troy Kenkel 4, Brian Andersen 4, Dallas Schwery 4, Chad Manz 2, Jeremy Lowe 2, Man/Kohles 2, Dave Schechinger 2, Many Schwery 2. Rebound=: Kloewer 11, Schwery 6, Andersen 4. Steals: Manz 3, Kenkel 3 Gifts' BB Ratings l Iowa Girls Athletic Union 1-Atlantic [2-0); 2-North Iowa (Buffalo Ctr)) 3-0; 3-Panorama 2-0; 4-Terril 2-0; 5-Garner-Hay- field 30; 6-Emrnetsburg 4<); 7-Harlan Commu- nRy 2-0; 8Graettinger 2-1; 9-Elk Horn-Kimball- ton 5.0; lO-Waukee 2-1; 1 l-Ankeny 3-1; 12-South Tama 2-1; 13-Denver 1-0; 14-Wall Lake View- Auburn 2-0; 15-Hinton 2-0; 16-CB Lewis Central 2-0; 17-West Central 4-0; 18-Galva-Holstein 30; 19-Osage 30; 20-WoodwardGranger OO RON PETHOUD ! TROJANS STOMP VIKINGS - Tri-Center's Heath Rodenburfl tries to avoid stepping on AvoHa-Shelby-Tennant Chad Rhamy during action Tuesday. m m.m 7, Dan Elliott 6, R. J. Parks 2. FG: 37; IT: 22-26; Fouls: 12; 3-Pt Goals: Lund, Larsen Orient-Macksburg 58, Walnut 50 WALNUT - Orient-Macksburg up- ended Walnut 58-50 in the first round of the Rolling Hills Conference Tournament Monday evening. The Bulldogs managed to win the contest despite shooting just 12 of 32 from the free throw line. One of the differences in the game was balanced scoring. O-M had three players score at least 17 points while John Heiny was the only Walnut player in double fig- ures. He had 21 points and sat out much of the second quarter with foul troubles. Walnut led through most of the first period and extended their advantage to 22- 17 with five minutes to play in the initial half. That's when Heiny recorded his third foul and went to the bench. O-M took advantage of that as they outscored Walnut 12-3 to take a 29-25 The Bulldogs took control end half as they points. Although Walnut their deficit, they never got final eight-point margin. Troy McKinney led points but Pat Lille 18 and Jeff Bulldogs night (Thursday) in nals with the finals in Masset day. Walnut fell to 0-2 and their is December 12 when RHC regular season opener. WALNUT ............................ 1 ORIENT-MACKSBURG ........ 1: WALNUT - John Heiny 21, Shane Brix 8, Corey Petersen 4, Darren Tooley 2, Clint Smith 2 22; IT: 4-10; Fou: 25; 3-Pt O'M- Weddingham 17, Ray Ott 3, IT: 12-32; Fouls: 13 When people want to know- About Cars, they turn to the Harlan Newspapers About Homes and Rentals. they turn to the Harlan Newspapers One of the first places newcomers to Harlan go, is the Harlan Newspapers office to find out about rentals or homes advertised for sale, and to inquire about real estate agents, etc. Harlan Tribune News-Advertiser Pennysaver Read, read and re-read by all of Shelby County!