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Times Ago

June 29, 2014
Times-Republican

June 29

10 years ago in 2004

The West Marshall Trojans softball squad put a 5-2 victory in the books over Sigourney at the Pella Christian Invitational as Angie Bills slugged an RBI double.

25 years ago in 1989

Jeffrey Stadnick, son of Agnes Stadnick, was awarded a $2,000 alumni scholarship to AIB.

40 years ago in 1974

Vickie Ann Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Erickson, of Traer, was named Miss Tama County of 1974.

June 30

10 years ago in 2004

East Marshall softball behind the pitching of Nicole Heaverlo defeated Grundy Center 8-2 as Heaverlo struck out 12 batters while Kate Kitzman drilled a two-run homer and Amanda Nuese drove in three runs.

25 years ago in 1989

The Bobcat girls defeated Cedar Falls in a double-header as they handed the Tigers an 8-1 loss in the first game and a 11-0 shutout in the second with Trisha Paxson taking home the first win and Cindy Peshel the shutout.

40 years ago in 1974

Mark Linser, of Marshalltown, captured the mile and half-mile races in the junior boys (15-17 year) division of the Iowa-Nebraska District of the Amateur Bicycle League of America Championship.

July 1

10 years ago in 2004

Derek Kienzle and Spencer Emke were delegates to Boys State at Camp Dodge as they represented the Garwin William M. Saunders American Legion Post #71.

25 years ago in 1989

Derek Fiscus, 1989 Marshalltown High School graduate and member of the golf team, was awarded the 1989 Elmwood Golf Scholarship of $300.

40 years ago in 1974

SEMCO pitcher Julie Stull belted a two-run homer in the sixth to cap off a good night on the mound and seal the victory as they defeated Green Mountain 9-8.

July 2

10 years ago in 2004

Marshalltown native Chase Viers and his High Rollers roller hockey team won the 17-and-under championship title in the National Inline Hockey Championship competition in Colorado.

25 years ago in 1989

Alyson Earney, of Marshalltown, was among eight students from the University of Northern Iowa studying German at the University of Graz, Austria.

40 years ago in 1974

The B-C-L softball team remained undefeated as Julie and Laura Harris each smashed home runs that assisted in the 10-6 victory over Reinbeck.

July 3

10 years ago in 2004

The Cubs of the Marshalltown Little League Minor Division: Devon West, Corey Johnson, Jacob Heatwole, Isaac Novak, Blake Judkins, Brock Pappas, Tyler Kluver, Jordan Hernandez, Austin Hauser, Caleb Janssen, Luke Madsen, Tre Blackford and Marcus Chaloupek had a perfect 18-0 record and won the Tournament of Champions in Ankeny for the 9-and 10-year olds.

25 years ago in 1989

The Colo-NESCO girls defeated Aplington 4-2, Carroll-Kuemper 4-3, Forest City 7-1 and Colfax-Mingo 3-1 and captured the Urbandale Softball Tournament.

40 years ago in 1974

MHS pitcher Ted Williams recorded the 17-8 win over Boone as Brian Mason, Jeff Dunham, Jeff Meyer, Don Jacobson and Williams were all hot at the plate.

July 4

10 years ago in 2004

Ben Starits, 15, of Marshalltown, caught a 27 inch walleye in the Boundary Waters of northern Minnesota.

25 years ago in 1989

The Bobcat softball team swept the Fort Dodge Dodgers 3-2 in the first game and 11-2 in the second to keep them situated atop the Big 8 Conference.

40 years ago in 1974

B-C-L girls moved their record to 11-0 as they downed Wellsburg 22-3 with Annette Staack marking the win and Lori Adams, Sue Stahl and Denise Lynch hot at the plate.

July 5

10 years ago in 2004

East Marshall baseball shutout Hubbard-Radcliffe 10-0 and captured the win for pitcher Jacob Phipps as Jake Bennett, Gary Vandorah, Clint Rhodes, Jake Dannen and Mike Richardson were all productive at the plate.

25 years ago in 1989

LDF-SEMCO snatched the victory from BCL-U-W's grasp as the Warhawks won the championship game 6-3 aided by Rob Dunham's two-run home run.

40 years ago in 1974

NESCO's Rick Sobotka doubled and tripled scoring twice, John Lounsberry tripled in two runs and Tim Carver scored twice as they defeated Green Mountain 7-4.

 
 

 

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