2013-03-14 / Sports

Record Sports Time Capsule


March 13, 2003 (JAMESTOWN)— Linton erased an early, 7-point deficit, and the Lions used a 36-24 run in the second half to pull away to a 64- 50 victory over LaMoure in the Region 3 Tournament Championship Game. Kyle Carr tallied 19 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists, and Steven Weber netted 17 points, 4 rebounds and 3 steals for Linton, which advanced to the State Class B Tournament for the first time in nine years. Matt Ferderer added 14 points and 5 rebounds, and Eric Baker, Ross Paquin and Nick Schuetz chipped in 8, 4 and 2 points, respectively, to complete the scoring for the Lions. Jake Holen scored a game-high 28 points for LaMoure, and other scorers for the Loboes were James Shockman 6, Jordan Evert 5, Jordan Shockman 5, Cody Sailer 4, and Dana Sandness 2.


March 10, 1983 (JAMESTOWN)— Steele held off a late rally by Emmons Central to edge the Knights, 41-40, in the championship game of the Region V Tournament. Emmons Central erased a 9-point deficit and tied the game (40-40) on John Baumgartner’s basket with 1:42 left, but Steele took a 41-40 lead on Darrel Moen’s free throw with :44 left, and the Pirates were able to hold on after Knight center John Bachmeier was called for an offensive foul with just :02 left. Colin Schmidt scored a gamehigh 18 points and Moen netted 12 for Steele, which won its second straight Region V crown. Baumgartner (12), Bachmeier (11) and Virgil Scherr (10) each scored in double figures for Emmons Central, and other scorers for the Knights were Richard Meier 4, Eugene Kramer 2, and Charles Leier 1.


March 10, 1983 (JAMESTOWN)— Dennis Beck, Todd Tschosik and Peter Jahner combined for 50 points, and Linton salvaged third place in the Region V Tournament with a 66-59 victory over Streeter. Beck scored a game-high 25 points, while Tschosik netted 14 points and Jahner added 11 for Linton, which finished the season with an 18-7 record. Tom Deis and Bob Franklin chipped in 8 points apiece to complete the Lion’s scoring. Kolin Kirschenmann led Streeter with 22 points and 10 rebounds, and Jeff Miller and Sheldon Schlecht added 17 and 12 points, respectively, for the Bobcats.

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