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Wi The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, February 10, 1971 - 5B afmen n Two, II I I IIII to GJendive J Bowling Standings 1 wrestling team a close match to Glendive Friday night, but came strong to whip Medicine and Circle 44-8. the Glendive match the talled 14-3 but came to tie the match at 14-14 four contests remaining. endive squad thenpulled each with three straight es and Sidney&apos; s Jay Pfau cod not make up the difference lick in the heavyweight divi- Sidney easily out- Medicine Lake team victory. Four Eagles I Pins, two more won and three Eagle mat- by decision. also crushed Circle Again their rous Sidney pins as only two Snmer s (ML) deci- CS) 6-2. Indergard {S) deci- (ML) 7-0. (S) decision- 105 -- Ken Rossol (S) pinned Mon- te Atkinson (C) in 2t39. t12 -- Mike Siddoway (S) won by forfeit. 119 -- Cliff Anderson (S) pinned Curt Curtis (C) in 5:03. 126 -- Wes Jensen (C) pinned Kelly lndegard (S) in 1:44. 132 -- Jeff Bouchard (S) decision- ed Bob Chambers (C) 7-1. 138  Bob Iverson (S)decisioned Ned Sikveland (C) 6-1. 145-- Larry McCraw (C)decision- ed Jerry Ran (.S) 6-2. 155 -- Alvin Franzen (S) decision- ed Jerry Wittkopp (C) 8-5. : 167 Jim Hanson (S) pinned Dar- i :: rel Brown (C) in 5:07. ' 185 -- Roger Peterson (S) pinned Jim Murphy (C) in 1:55. ilwt. -- Phil Battler (S) won by for feit. GLENDP4E - SIDNEY 98 - llermit Gocrtzen (G) deeisioned Zane Volbrecht (S) 8-4. 105 -- Bruce Kindsrogel (G) deci- sioned Charles Carpenter (S) 14-3. 112 - Leslie Frounfelter (S) deei- sioncd Bruce Kinsey (G) 6-3. 119 -- Jim Sarver (G) deeisioned Mike Siddoway (S) 4-0. 126 -- Dake Pulse (G) pin Kelly Indegard (S) in 2:47. 132 -- Jeff Bouchard (,S) decision- ed Reuben Starr (G) 3-1. 138 -- Bob Iversnn (S) pinned David Crum (G) in 5:56. 145 -- Gabe Fisher (S) deeisioned Ralph Jimison (G) 2-0. PINNED - Jerry Rau for Sidney sets John Hemming- son of Medicine Lake up for a pin in wrestling action (.S) pinned 5:57. :ml (S) pinned John 5. Jenson (ML) deci- (s) 8-7. son (S) pinned Lee 5:06. Rger Peterson (S) won Phil Satiler CS) pinned - SIDNEY (SJ pinned :20. 155 -- Bruce Meidioger (G) deei- sioned Alvin Franzen (,S) 2-1. 167 -- Maryin Nemitz (G) pinned Jim Hanson (S) in 3:47. 185 -- Bob Anderson (G) deci- sioned Roger Petcrson (S) 4-3. Hwt. -- Jay Pfau (S) pinned Rich- ard Woelick (G) in 3:29. MEDICINE LAKE - SIDNEY 98 -- Zane Volbrecht (S)pinned Frank Snellman (ML) in 4:23. 105-- Char le s C arpentvr (S) won by forfeit. 112 -- Mike Siddoway (S) decision- ed Brian Jacobsen (ML) 9-2. here last weekend. Rau pinned Hemmingson in 3:25. Sidney won the match. Eagles Lose Bofh Weekend Games By MARTY SUCKSTORFF The cold - shooting Eagles dropped two Eastern A confer- ence battles over the weekend, losing to Laurel Friday night 59-45 and Billings Central 68- 41 Saturd evening. The game played at Laurel saw the Number One Locomo- fives roar to a 21-2 lead in the first quarter to establish the margin they were able to hold IT - Catch the basketball is the game for Dana Hartle, white, and Burkley . dark, when sixth graders from West Side Grade School played their last the basketball season in a play-off game Saturday morning at the Sidnev gymnasium. The grade teams were coached by Charles Lowman and and were refereed by members of the Sidney Key Club. Split With Medicine Lake action this seventh ated Medicine Lake Lake came closing me- Sidney' s eighth Lgrader s, sparked shooting, 13-7 first quarter See Medicine Lake back in the sec- to tie the score 18-18. Cerkov- in the second half as they gradually pulled away. Hall and Tiesen led in rebounds while scrappy Greg Berger sparked the club' s floor game. Sidney 7th (40)- Hall 7, Brown 6, Cerkovnik 9, Berger 4, Lang 2, Wood 2, and Tiesen 10. Medicine Lake 7th (30)- Erdahl 1, Andrilenas 5, McCabe 1, Eggland 9, Winholm 10, Niel- sen 3, and Liebach 1. After leading the entiregame, Sidney' s eighth graders fellvic- tim to a cold fourth quarter and Regulations a rallying Medicine Lake team. Dennis Baadsgaard and Doug Caudill put Sidney ahead early in the contest with some good offensive plby. Medicine Lake, with their talented guard John- son hitting from outside, pulled to within four points, 26-22, go- ing into the last quarter. The Sidney went ice cold, as Medicine Lake tied thegame 26-26 with one minuted to play. Sidney had three opporttmittes at the free throw line to go ahead, but failed to convert. For the game, Sidney hit on just six of 19 free throw at- tempts. The club hit 30 per cent of their fieldgoal attempts. Center Casey Thiel pulled down nine rebounds to top the club. Sidney 8th (26)-- Parfln 2, Marker 2, Baadsgaard 9, Can- dill 9, Thiel 3, and Herman 1. Medicine Lake 8th (29)- Johnson 9, Soderholm , Nel- son 10, Bolstad 4, and Smith 2. This weekend both the seventh and eighth grade squads will play host to Watford City. Wat- ford City heat both teams early in the season. The seventhgrade tilt will start at 2 p.m. With the eighth grade to follow. Fish for the adopted Game llbe of the general Nov. 30. major changes in year wilt be of fishing hours. 16, fishermen Will be in the Foremat changes will be made so that regulations may be more easily understood. The basic daily and posses- siou limits on game fish willbe 10 pounds and one fish, not to exceed 10 fish. More liberal limits will he allowed on brook trout, walleye, sanger, bass and whitefish. Most of the state's lakes, reservoirs and rivers will re- main open to fishing year around. throughout most of the contest. White - hot Laurel methodically scored eight out of the first 10 times they came down the floor and also smothered Sidney on defense as they held the Sidney team to only two free throws. Things didn't go much better for the Eagles in the second period but they did manage to outscore the Laurel team by two paints on the basis of fine free throw shooting by Garth Kallevig. The half ended with Laurel in command by a score of 31-14. For the half, Laurel shot 45 per cent from the field and 78 per cent from the free throw line. Sidney shot 100 per cent from the charity stipe but sport- ed a miserable 18per centfrom the field. DeLighted Laurel fans saw their team wide its lead to 20 points in the third period 45- 25 as the cold - shooting Eagles still were unable to find the range. Sidney gained a little ground in the fourth period as they outscored Laurel 20-13 but the contest was already too far out of reach for the Eagles. Laurel's 6-5 sophomore cen- ter, Steve Barrett, led all scor- ers with 16polnts while blocking several Sidney shots. Senior guard Gerry Ready added 13for the winners. Garth Kallevig sharedSid- ney' s scoring honors with Craig Buehler as they each collected 14 points. No other Eagle made double figures. Laurel outshot the Eagles 53 per cent to 34 per cent from the field and 82 per cent to 75 per cent from the free throw line. Sidney held the re- bounding edge, pulling down 31 rebounds to Laurel's 15. The loss drops the Eagles to 6.5 in conference action and 10-6 overall. Laurel is now 10-1 in loop action and 15-2 over- all. Saturday night the second- ranked Billings Central Rams came back from a 35-27 half- time deficit and swamped the sixth - ranked Sidney Eagles by a score of 68-41. The first quarter was very close and resulted in and 11-11 tie. In the second period the Eagles came tolife andoutacor- ed the Rams 24-16for their sev- en - point halftime lead. Cen- tral's rebounding star Craig Hilton was side-lined in the second quarter with a twisted ankle. Hilton returned to the line- up early in the third period and Sidney literally watched as the Rams outseored them 24-4. The Rams poured it on in the fourth period and againoutscor- ed the Eagles badly, 19-5. For Freshmen Capture l Oth Win in Row 48;4 .per cent from the field. The club was cold from the charity line, though, as they hit only 37 per cent. Sidney defeated Medicine Lake by a near identical score of 70-37 two weeks ago. The fresh head into the final two weeks of the campaign with a 13-1 record. This FridaY, the freshmen will host Glasgow in a game scheduled to begin at 4:30. On Saturday, the fresh will face Culbertson 'B' at 6:30 p.m. in the Senior High gym. Sidney (69)-- Carey 10,Ham- mer 12, Knaff 4, Weber 8, Ged- rose 4, Hurat 3, Williamson 2, Mlnder 7, Conaway 5, Ginther 4, Hall 8 and Brown 2. Plentywood 08)- Skilling- berg 4, Nyby 15, Olson 9, Gaff- ney 6, Kern 2, and Grothaus 2. Sidney's freshmen clobbered Medicine Lake 69-.38 lastSatur- day for their 10th win in a row. Coach Tony Vetter's red-hot squad was idle on Friday. Twelve, men, the entire trav- eling squad, broke into the scor- ing column as the freshmen broke open the game after a 13-13 first quarter tie. Getting good scoring balance, the fresh outscored Medicine Lake 20-5 in the second quar- ter and continued the romp in the secondhalf. Guard Pat Hammer hit five out of five from the field and added two free throws to lead the freshmen with 12 points. Steve Carey was tops in the re- bmnd category with nine takedowns and also chipped In lO s</mts. As a team, Sidney shot a fine Three-Way Tie in City .League Unable to stop Jerry Wilson, last game Triangle will be chal- lenged by Ranger. Trophieswtll be awarded to the first three places. Williston Tops Richey Royals The Williston Pups topped sixth ranked Riehey 60-51 in non - conference basketball ac- tion last weekend. The two teams were tied 10- 10 at the end of the first Period but Williston slowly pulled away in the remaining threequarters for the victory. Richey is through for the sea- son with conference games and will join the District Class tour- ney here Feb. 18, 19 and 20. the first half, the RichlandBank was beaten by the Cherioteam and e league ended in athree- way tie'with Cheerio, Richland Bank and the Triangle, eachlos- Ing one game. Sidney National Bank pulled away from Haugen Motors the last quarter to end up in fifth place with a 48-39 win. Kerrrdt Peters0n was the big scorer for Sidney Bank with 24 points and Herb Ronnigen topping the Hau- gen scorers with 13 points. In the second game, Triangle held on an! won 58-54 to gain a tie for first place. John Welnel scored 22 points withSteinbeis- serl adding i6 points more. The Hermans lxys combined to score 34for the Ranger's team. And in the third game, Cheerio winning 66-65, led throughout the game with Jerry .... Wilson scoring big the first CuJ00rtson Tops h an Ck0 picking up the  ,, pace :the second half' Wllson Lead,ngGrenora scored 25, Cayko got 20 pents and Ludington added 14 more. Culbertson powered its way , Richland Bank showed evenbal- overLeaderNOrthGz, enor a Dakota district 2B Mulvaney 12, Potts 11, Gear weekend as they upped their 10, Zimmerman 10 andRehin8, season mark to 10-7. ....  Feb. 14 will begin the playoff Don Gunlickson kept his 30-   point scoring average for Gre- .... tourney with Cheerio playing HaUgens In the first game at nora but was unable to lead Ms 1:15 p.m.. and at 2:30 p.m. the team to the victory, battle ofth e Banks as Rtchland : ulbertson is ranked second takes on Sidney Bank and in the 1 Montan 2C basMball. the half Sidney was outscorcd 43-9. First - haft percentages were fairly even, but the second-half" figures told the story. In that second half Billings Central shot 62 per cent from the field and 79 per cent form the foul line. Sidney shot a frozen 12 per cent from the floor and an unimpressive 55 per cent from the foul line. All five Central starter s were in double figures with senior forward Lou Dunham taking game honors with 16 points. Sidney's Garth Kallevig was high for the Eagles with 12 points while teammate Craig Buehler added 10. The Eagle loss leaves them with a 6-6 conference record and a 10-7 overall mark. Cen- tral is now 10-2 in conference action and 16-2 overall. " Jeff Ailing fights his Circle opponent in an exhibition match as Sidney Medicine Lake and Circle wrestlers here for two victories Saturday COMMERCIAL Reynold's .......... 26 10 Quilling's ........... 25 11 Elk's No. 3 ........... 23 13 Snowflake Bakery ....... 17 19 Credit Union .......... 16 20 Peavey Co, - -, ........ 13 23 Thogersen Motors ..... 12 24 United Building Center - - - 12 24 tligh Team Series: Quilliog' s, 2969; Credit Union, 2871; Elk's No.3,2844. High Team Game: Quilllng, s, 1017; Peavey Co., 1012; Credit Union, 1011. High Individual Series: Delmer Nes- per, 617; Joe Fink, 555; Bob Peter son, 542. High Individual Game: Delmer Nes- per, 227 and 221; Bill Houglum,'206. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Four Roses .......... 17 7 Jolly O's ............ 16.5 7.5 Reckless Ones ......... 15.5 8.5 MaMa's "and PaPa's ...... 13 11 Road Runners .......... 12 12 Fearsome Foursome ...... 9 15 M Bar tt .............. 8 16 Night Owls ............ 5 19 ttigh Team Series: Jolly O's, 2382; MaMa's and PaPa's, 2282; M Bar H, 2275, ltigh Team Game: M Bar tl, 854; JolLy O's, 829 and 805. tligh Series- Men: Bill Houglum, 586; Roy Hartle, 559; Ted Goss, 515. tligh Game -- Men: Bill Houglum, 216; Roy Hartle, 191; Roy Itartie, 190; Bill Hotlum, 190. ftigh Series-- Women: Pat Hartle, 474; Joyce Lindberg, 455; HelenCool o idge, 437. tligh Game -- Women: Pat Hartle, 180; Pat Hartle, 167; Carol Jensen, 166. RICilLAND MEN'S Farmers Elevator ....... 28 8 Cherrey's Propane ....... 21 15 Thomas Brothers Eneo ..... 20 16 Farmers Union ......... 17 19 D & S Tire and Oil ....... 16 20 Yellowstone Livestock .... 15 21 Bi-State Co-op .......... 14 22 AI' S Conoco ................ High Team Series: D & S Tire and Oil, 2763; Bi-.State Coop, 2741; AI's C onoco, 2699. High Team Game: D & S Tire and Oil, 969; Farmers Elevator, 947; Bi-State Co-op, 937. High Individual Series: Dale Mui- Jin, 536; Hank Kittleson, 531; Ree Fosrer and R. Buxbanm. 496. High Individual Game: CharLie Amestoy, 192; Dick Sundheim, 189; Jim Salslmry, 189. MAJOR Sidney Lanes ........ 2t? 12 Sidney National Bank .... 22 1 Sidney Plumbing ....... 21 15 Richlmd National Bank - - -20.5 15.5 Sidney Electric ........ 18 18 Action Auto .......... 16 20 Pizza House .......... 12.5 23.5 Newlon Greenhouse ...... 10 2 tligh Team Series: Sidney National Bank, 2904; Sidney Plumbing, 2898; Action Auto, 2880. High Team Game: Action Auto, 1032; Richland National Bank, 1011; Sidney Lanes, 1001. High Individual Series: Robert Pt- ersen, 586; Tom Balcer, 568; Ray Frank, 542. High Individual Game: Joe Pulver, 219; Ray Frank, 215; AI Frederickson, 212. RICHLAND WOMEN'S Triangle ............. 59 25 Credit Uhion .......... 57.5 26.5 Russell' s ............. 55 9 Reynold's ............. 50 34 Mountain Dew .......... 45 39 Fairivew Bank ........ 32.5 51;5 WOTM .............. 24 60 Gambles ............. 13 71 High Team Series: Russell's, 2680; Credit Union, 2622; Triangle, 2575. High Team Game: Mountain Dew, 975; Russell's, 923; Credit Uhioii, 912. High Individual Series: Helen Ma- son, 513; JillMatthews, 512; Florence Peter son, 511. High Individual Game: RhondaSteiD- beisser, 237; Helen Mason, 191; Jer Black, 189. TEAM STANDINGS 1. Dutch Mill 2. Thirud Office Supply 3. Russell's Market 4. Chad's Furniture 5. Sidney P-int and Glass 6. Moose Lodge HIGH INDIVIDUAL SCORES Men: Bare Bow-- Ron Blod- gett, 235; Tim Lorenz, 227. Free Style: Elmer Hart, 282; Gene ttueth, 281. Women: Bare Bow -- Arlene Hueth, 203; Joy Oostermeyer, 116. Ereestyle: Pat Rat&e, 230; Connie Best, 219. Fairview Captures Pair Fatrview kept its chances alive last weekend to finish in second place in Eastern 1-13 conference basketball by down- ing Circle and Poplar. The Warriors combined on scoring from Kym Taylor and Ken Sharbono, who collected 18 points each, to lead their team Fsirview (72)- Sharbono 18, Taylor 18, Sullivan 11, Web- er 15, B. Zoanni 7, and D. Zo- anni 2. Circle (62)- Kleppelid 20, Erickson 8, Schmidt 7, Zabrocki 6, Wolff 6, Harnman 11, Schill- inger 2 and Garfield 2. Fairview regained its poise.-. in the third quarter and held the Poplar team to eight points and scored 19 on their way to the victory. Four Warriors hit double fig- ures in the game which gave Fairview their lith season vic- tory and an even 6-6 mark in to the72-62vietoryoversecond- Fairview came back from conference play. ranked Circle. an. eight point deficit at half ::: ..... Jumping toanearly 18-12 lead time to down Poplar 65-58 Sat- Fsirview (65) -- Sail/van 17, :: in the first quarter Fsirview urday night. Weber 14, Sharbono 12, Zoanni" kept ahead of the Circle team The Warriors led Poplar 21- 8 and Taylor 14. 77 30-28 at half time. 19 after one quarter of play but The Warriors outseored Cir- the Indians came back in the Poplar (58)- Atkinson 10, !: cle 22-15 in the third quarter second quarter and outscored Brown 12, Zimmerman 19, Le .... and 20-19 in the last period to Falrview 17-8 to take the lead beau 8, Buckles 4, Cummins 3 clinch the victory, at the haft time break, and Evenson 2. ROLL - Sidney's Phillip Sattler, top, worked his Medicine Lake opponent over for a pin as wrestling cheerleaders Nancy Greenwood, Linda Larson, JoAnn Frank, Roxie Koch and Nan Norden watch during the first of two Eagle victories held here against Medicine Lake and Circle matmen on Saturday afternoon. Sidney wrestlers, coached by Stanley Albertson, will attend the Divisional wrestling tournament in Hardin on Feb. 12 and 13. PERSON TO PERS N DAY FEBRUARY 12 - 2:00- 4:30 p.m. * Drop in and visit us * Tour Our Building @ MOUNTAIN BELL Commemorating Our 300,O00th TELEPHONE IN MONTANA i;