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Sec. A- Pg. 7A Hadan, IA, News-Advertiser Fri. morn., Dec. 22, 1989 schedule BASKETBALL Friday, December 22 Carroll Kuemper at Harlan Community Elk HorrvKimballton at Manning (g- at Carroll Kuemper b only) Tuesday, Jan. 2 Irwin-Kirkman-Manilla at West Harrison vs AvoHa-Shelby-Tennant at WRESTLING Thursday, Jan. 4 CB Lewis Central at Haflan Commu- y; Elk Horn-Kimballton, Orient- at AvoHa-Shelby-Tennant JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Thursday, Jan. 4 Harlan at CB Lewis Central (b only) of Earling ka. makes good Oral Roberts TULSA, OK - Kerry O'Neill, son of Earling's Betty Finken, made his first start for the University basketball graduated from Deni- High School in 1986. The 6-10 senior center scored points as Oral Roberts defeated Louis 87-85 last Saturday. He minutes and hit 6 of 7 goals, including a 3-pointer, all three free throw attempts. Oral Roberts, a Division I had a 5-3 record after that f. Iowa announced OMAHA, NE - The Omaha recently published first Southwest Iowa basket- [ratings for the 1989-90 season. Elk Horn-Kimballton teams No. 1 in both Class B ratings the Atlantic girls and CB Lincoln boys lead the A ratings. Harlan Commu- r is 3rd in the both the boys' and ratings. AvoHa-Shelby-Ten- is 6th in Class B girls; Tri- in Class A boys; and 1- 10th in Class B boys. CLASS A BOYS Abraham Lincoln; 2-Creston; 3- 4-Al]antic; 5-Carroll 7-Trl- 9-CB Tho- lO-Denison CLASS A GIRLS 3-Harlan Corn- Lake View-Auburn; ,5-CB 7-West Monona (Onawa); 8- 9-Mount Ayr; lOGuthrie Center CLASS B BOYS Horn-Kimballton; 2agonal; 4-Adair-Casey; 6`Nishna Valley (Hastings); 7- n; 9.Villisca; 10- CLASS B GIRLS t-EIk Horn-Kimballton; 2-Pano- i; 3-Logan-Magnolia; 4-Ar-We-Va '?side); 5-Treynor; 6-AvoHa-Shelby- L,nt; 7-Essex; 8-Stanton; 9Charter e; 1OGreenfield t-K teams, HCHS rls are rated bEs MOINES -Both Elk rn-Kimballton basketball s, as well as the Harlan Com- lity Cyclonettes, are among the i  in the Des Moines Register ps announced Tuesday. A e Elk Horn-Kimballton boys tated No 2 in Class A; the EH- lls are NO 5 in Class A; laaf III'ICHs girls are No. 10 "n C ass [0ther raters in southwest Iowa :, de: Creston boys, 6th in Class arl. reynor boys, 6th in Class A; :)t girls, 10th in Class 1A; At- girls, 1 st in Class 2A; and Red girls, 6th in Class 2A. Ball League Start in January he Harlan Lion's Club will )r a Biddy Ball Basketball % beginning in January for and girls in first, second and grades. Over 100 individuals Signed up for the 12-team vhich starts play January 13 ns six weeks. aChes are still needed for the L TM teams. Interested individu: , Urged to contact Bill Cundiff '5452 or 755-3131. ,,,..F Complete rosters and sched- [Lll appear in the January 5 "t ' News-Advertiser. Practices I January 9 at Westridge EIe- F School. i 00kFla to host. wresthng |VOCA_ An alumni wrestling I.r AvoHa graduates will be Itor to the AvoHa-Shelby- tvs Orient-Macksburg high dual on January 4, 1990. in Schulte, Arkfeld are offensive catalysts- Big third quarter gives Cyclones win ATLANTIC - A one-sided third quar- ter was the difference as the Harlan Com- munity Cyclones defeated Atlantic 56-44 in Hawkeye Eight action Tuesday night. The win lifted HCHS to 3-0 overall and 2- 0 in the conference. The Trojans were coming off a big win over Denison Mon- day evening and they had played Creston a one-point game last week. Atlantic has always been a tough place for HCHS to play but they were able to overcome a poor first half to overwhelm the Trojans in the third quarter. Leading just 28-27 at intermission, the Cyclones outscored Atlantic 17-3 to pull away and coast to the victory. The game opened with a flourish in favor of HCHS as the visitors took a 13-3 lead in the eight minutes. The Trojans came storming back with 10 unanswered points to tie the game at 13-13 early in the second stanza. The two teams were tied six times before intermission. Atlantic's big- gest lead was two points while HCHS opened up a 23-19 gap at one time. A bucket by Scott Arkfeld near the buzzer gave the Cyclones the one-point lead at half time. Troy Schulte and Arkfeld carried much of the scoring load. Each had 19 points in the contest with Schulte also hitting three 3-point goals, two of those in the third quarter. Atlantic did make a major comeback effort. Trailing 47-30 early in the final pe- riod, they closed the gap to 47-38 before the Cyclones could end that streak. Schulte added 10 rebounds to his offen- sive total while Jeff Sonderman added eight rebounds and Arkfeld seven. Ryan Lowe dished six assists and pulled down six rebounds. The junior varsity squad downed At- lantic 61-42. Ryan Schmitz led the scoring with 13 points while Jay Frederick added 11, Cory Brinker 11, Scott Heese 8, Brad Zimmerman 6, Chris Hogzett 4, Kiron Andersen 4, Jason Nielsen 2 and Kevin Graeve 2. The HCHS boys finish their pre-holi- day schedule with a trip to Carroll Kuem- per tonight (Friday). They open 1990 with a January 5 game against Clarinda and host Creston on January 6. HCHS ................................ 13 28 45 56 ATLANTIC ............................ 9 27 30 44 HCHS - Scott Arkfeld 19, Troy Schulte 19, Troy Reimer 6, Ryan Lowe 6, .left Sonderman 3, Steve Wegner 2, Chris Hogzett 1. FG: 21-46; FT: 11-19; Rebound=: 41; Foul=: 16; 3-Pt Goal=: Schulte 3 ATLANTIC - Jack Biggs 10, Lee Byrd 10, Todd Casey 8, Damon Andersen 7, David Leonard 3, Darby McLaren 3, Shawn Petersen 2, Dustin McLaren 1. FG: 14-53; FT: 13-25; Reb=: 27; Fouls: 17; 3-Pt Goals: DaMcLaren, Biggs, A dersen SWARMING DEFENSE- Harlan Community's Scott Arkfeld, Troy Schulte and Jeff Sonderman surround Atlantlc's Lee as he tries to shoot during action Tuesday in the Hawkeye Elght. DANES WIN - Chris Wall of Anita drives against Elk Hom-Kimballton's Tom Petersen in RHC play Tuesday. Area high school boys' basketball - Atlantic wins 72-70 - HCHS girls nea rly upset No. 1 team The old cliche about throwing out rec- ords proved true Tuesday evening as the Harlan Community Cycionettes came within a few seconds of knocking off the Atlantic Trojanns. Not many gave HCHS a chance against the state's No. 1 team, especially if their offense continued to struggle like it had in the two most recent outings. But the previous games this sea- son meant nothing when the two rivals met on the court. It went down to the final seconds before Atlantic prevailed 72-70. "The girls gave an excellent effort," said HCHS Coach Randy Platt. "We just let it slip away at the end. We forced them (Atlantic) to take shots we wanted them to take but just had some breakdowns at the end of the ballgame." The Cyclonettes led through most of the contest but couldn't hold on in the final minute of play. A 43-34 halftime adva- tange evaporated quickly in the third quar- ter as Atlantic rallied to take a 51-49 lead with three minutes left in that stanza. The two teams then battled back and forth through the final eight minutes. HCHS forged a 68-63 lead midway through the period and were still on top 70- 65 with a minute to play in the contest. Then a series of disasters struck. The f'trst was arare four-point play. Missy Worth hit a 3-point shot and was fouled. She con- verted the free throw to cut the Cyclonette lead to 70-69. On the inbounds play, Tina Smith stole the pass and promptly dropped in the shot to give Atlantic a 71-70 advantage with 45 seconds to play. Soon after that, the final play of the disastrous series occurred when Haley Parrott stole a pass from the Cy- clontte forward court. Amy Hulne ended the scoring with a free throw with four seconds to play. Although no loss is satisfying, the Cyclonettes proved that they are better than they had shown in losing to Red Oak 43-39 and rallying by Denison 54-50 in two recent games. Atlantic returned their top four starters from the state runner-up team of 1988-89 and had outscored their previous six opponents by an average score of 99-39. The next game between the two teams will take place January 26 in Atlantic. Bobbi Anastasi bad a great offensive game for the Cyclonettes as she scored 39 points. That included five 3-point buckets as Atlantic forced HCHS to prove they could hit the outside shot. Sonia Oscoz added 14 points. Atlantic was paced by Missy Worth's 25, Tina Smith's 23 and Amy Hulne's 19. In the guard court, Michelle Spetman had 10 rebounds and three steals, Janell Daberkow six and two; Jill Havick four rebounds; and Katie Johannsen five re- bounds. It was a great effort against a team Jill Havick Bobbi Anastasi that had been scoring 100 points per game. The loss dropped the Cyclonettes to 4- 2 overall and 1-2 in the Hawkeye Eight. The two league losses is the most in a single season by one of Platt's teams since he took over the program in 1985. The girls host Carroll Kuemper tonight (Friday). The junior varsity Cyclonettes also dropped a 42-33 decision to Atlantic on Tuesday. Scoring for HCHS were Jill Schulte with 12 points, Sandi Ickes 9, Alba Aguillon 6, Christine Ahrenholtz 2 and Kathy Wegner 2. ATLANTIC .......................... 24 34 56 72 HCHS ................................ 27 43 53 70 ATLANTIC - Missy Worth 25, Tina Smith 23, Amy Hulne 19, Tonya Martens 5. FG: 22-58; FT: 24-36; Fouls: 23; 3-Pt Goals: Worth 2, Hulne 2 HCHS - Forwards: Bobbi Anastasi 39, Soda Oscoz 14, Jana Daberkow 9, Michelle Rau 8. Guards (mlPst): Michelle Spetman 8-2, Janell Daberkow 6-2, Katie Johannsen 5-1, Jill Havick 4-0. FG: 24-45; F'r: 17-27; Fouls: 23; 3-Pt Goals: Anastasi 5 Seventh Cyclonettes win The Harlan seventh grade girls de- feated Red Oak in a pair of games held here Tuesday evening. The'A' team won 65-48 while the 'B' team prevailed 12-10. Both teams remain unbeaten heading into the holiday break. Kristina Lurid was the leading scorer in the 'A' team's victory. She had 16 points while Sarah Plagman added 13, Sara Arkfeld 12, Annie Schaben 10, Lindsey Goeser 6, Maria Larsen 6 and Kathi Pold- berg 2. The defensive leaders were Kate Hemminger with four rebounds and two steals; Courtney Pleak two and five; Deb- bie Froh two and five; Jill Garnett one and four; Kim Mosher two and three; and Misty Neve one and two. Goeser scored 8 points for the 'B' team while Jessica Hiatt scored the other 4. On defense, Lisa Ohlinger and Maggie Hodapp each had two rebounds, Collect- ing two steals each were Ohlinger, Kim Buhman and Jenny Kluesner. Frosh girls roll 61-49 GLENWOOD - The Harlan Commu- nity freshmen girls defeated Glenwood Monday evening to raise their record to 3- 0. Sandi Ickes paced the offense with 27 points while Cari Schulte had six rebounds to lead the guard court. HCHS ................................ 14 28 44 61 GLENWOOD ....................... 10 23 37 49 HCHS - Forwards: Sandi Ickes 27, Jenny Gross 19, Amy Kenkel 14; Guard= (feb-st): Cari Schulte 60, Michele Andersen 5-1, Gina Schaben 3-0, Bambi Arkfeld 2-0, Sue Hendrickson 2.0, Anne Schechinger 1-0. EH-K Danes double score on Spartans ELK HORN - For the first time this season, the Elk Horn-Kimballton boys played at the intensity level their coach, Mitch Osborn, would like every outing. The result was a 107-53 victory over Anita in Rolling Hills Conference basketball Tuesday evening. "The intensity level was much, much better tonight," said Osbom. "We just have to have everyone playing like that to make our defense click. Our defense makes our offense go." The Danes jumped to a 31-11 lead after eight minutes and were in the lead 58-30 a[ halftime. A 32-point third quarter gave the Danes a 90-point total heading into the last period. Six EH-K boys were in double figures as Josh Nelsen had 24, Joel Juelsgaard 22, Jay Johnson 14, Adam Andersen 14, Aaron Poldberg 13 and Tom Petersen 10. Poldberg and Andersen each had 10 re- bounds while Juelsgaard and Nelsen had eight apiece. Juelsgaard also had nine steals and eight assists while Petersen dished eight assists, too. EH-K is now 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the Rolling Hills with a game at Manning to- night (Friday). ANITA ............................... 11 30 42 53 EH-K ................................. 31 58 90107 ANITA- Jeremy Larson 19, Shawn Bailey 18, Matt Mardesen 6, Larry Vais 6, Chuck Kinzie 4. FG: 22; IT: 3-16; Fouls: 16; 3-Pt Goals: Bailey 5, Larson EH-K - Josh Nelsen 24, Joel Juelsgaard 22, Adam Andersen 14, Jay Johnson 14, Aaron Pold- berg 13, Tom Petersen 10, Enc Hielle 4, Bryan Ingerslev 2, Craig Smith 2, Kelly Greng 2. FG: 42; FT: 17-20; Fouls: 17; 3-Pt Goal=: Juelsgaard 2, Nelsen 2, Petersen 2 Tri-Center 86, Oakland 49 NEOLA - Tri-Center used a 32- point scoring streak to defeat Oakland 86- 49 in Western Iowa Conference boys' bas- ketball Tuesday. The Trojans were leading 16-10 when they scored 32 unanswered points against the Yellowjackets to end any mystery about the game's outcome. Tri-Center upped their record to 5-1 overall and 4-1 in the league with the vie- tory. They are off until January 5 when they host Underwood. Jim Dermody was the leading scorer with 19 points while Rob Larsen, Heath Rodenburg, Tyler Maness and Ray Well- man also scored in double figures. Well- man added eight rebounds and Bill Jen- nings seven. Larsen dished 10assists while Dermody had five sfeals. OAKLAND .......................... 10 15 33 49 TRI-CENTER ...................... 21 48 67 86 OAK - Kelly Danker 19, Troy Linnenburger 13, Ryan Case 7, Eric Hough 6, Jason Carley 4. FG: 19-50; FT: 11-21; Fouls: 22 T-C- Jim Dermody 19, Heath Rodenburg 12, Rob Larsen 12, Tyler Maness 11, Ray Wellman 10, Bill Jennings 7, Eric O'Neill 6, Brian Lund 5, Eric Sch- nitker 2, Dan Elliott 2. FG: 29-60; FT: 26-34; Fouls: 17; 3-Pt Goals: Lurid, Dermody AvoHa-Shelby-Tennant 93, Carson-Macedonia 53 MACEDONIA- AvoHa-Shelby- Tennant cranked up their offense as they crushed Carson-Macedonia 93-53 in a non-conference game Tuesday evening. The Vikings led 31-11 after eight minutes, 54-17 at half time and were never in trouble against the Panthers. Coach Pete Schmidt commented, "We played pretty well, especially offensively. Getting those three guys (Darren Goshorn, Robb Johnson, Ted Denning) back Ms really made a difference. We are a different team with them." The win was the fourth consecutive for the Vikings, who opened the season with two losses. They are 4-2 overall and 3-1 in the Western Iowa Conference heading into the holiday break. They open 1990 with a game in Shelby against league leader Trey- nor on January 2. Against C-M, Chad Rhamy scored 16 points while Goshom and Johnson each had 12. Three others scored 10 - Matt Sternberg, Greg Aument and Ryan Blakes- tad. Marty Brunsmann led with 10 re- bounds and four assists. Rhamy added five assists and Goshorn four. Mark Woltmann grabbed six rebounds. A-S-T ................................. 31 54 78 93 CARSON-MACEDONIA ........ 11 17 34 53 A-S-T - Chad Rhamy 16, Robb Johnson 12, Darren Goshorn 12, Greg Aument 10, Ryan Blakes- tad 10, Matt Sternberg 10, Marry Brunsmann 6, John True 6, Mark Woltmann 4, Jamie Gustafson 3, Todd DeBuse 2, Ted Denning 2. FG: 38; FT: 14-27; Foul=: 19; 3-Pt Goals: Goshorn, Rhamy C-M - Mark Osborn 15, Craig Koekow 11, Shawn Chase 8, Matt Thayer 5, .leremy Hansen 5, Lee Coppen 4, Shane Swope 3, Adam Houser 2. FG: 19; FT: 13-20; Fouls: 25; 3-Pt Goals: Thayer, Koekow Bridgewater-Fontanelle 91, Walnut 51 WALNUT - Bridgewater-Fon- tanelle used their quickness to post a 91-51 victory over Walnut in Rolling Hills boys' basketball Tuesday evening. The Warriors fell to 0-5. Kevin Pitts scored 29 points for the Panthers while John Heiny's 13 led Wal- nut. Clint Smith had 12 rebounds and Heiny eight. "Pitts is a real good basketball player," said Coach Mike McCabe. "We had trouble stopping him wherever he shot." B-F .................................... 20 41 66 91 WALNUT ............................ 12 23 36 51 B-F- Kevin Pitts 29, Kirk Mamin 16, CoryWyUie 11, BrianArmstror 1 O, Dan Marnin 9, James Bond 8, Nick Baudler 3, Michael Holman 2, Kevin Welsh 2, Jason Wallace 1. FG: 3864; FT: 12-20; Fouls: 9; 3-Pt Goab: D.Mamin, Wyllie, Armstrong WALNUT - John Heiny 13, Aaron Wood 1 O, cory Hansen 10, Shane Brix 9, Clint Smith 7, Darren Tooley 2. FG: 21-52; FT: 3-8; Fouls: 14; 3-Pt Goals: Brix 2, Wood 2, Hansen 2