Everly vs. Union-Whitten • 1968 State Finals • Short Doc Part 1
“The Dream Game”
This is the first of a two-part short documentary about the most famous State Tournament Championship in Iowa Girls Basketball History. Featuring interviews with star Cattlefeederettes, Jeanette Olson and Janet Scharnberg, and their star opponents, Denise Long and Cindy Long of Union-Whitten. There are also some great clips of footage from that historic game, including some wonderful crowd shots that give you a clue as to just how much of a big deal this really was.
Everly vs. Union-Whitten • 1968 State Finals • Short Doc Part 2
“The Dream Game Part 2″
The second half of the short doco, featuring interviews with Jim Zabel, the legendary Iowa Girls Basketball Sportscaster.
Everly vs. Union-Whitten • 1968 State Finals • The Entire Game!
“The ACTUAL Dream Game Footage!”
The actual game! With play-by-play from Jim Zabel, the legendary Iowa Girls Basketball Sportscaster. This truly is one of the most amazing basketball games ever played… if you don’t have time to watch it all, jump ahead to about 55 minutes, when Everly battles back from a deficit and ties the score in the last seconds of the game to send it into overtime!
Everly vs. Lake City • 1966 State Finals • The Entire Game!
“The Year we took the big trophy!”
The original TV footage of the 1966 State Championship game starring two Cindarella teams – Everly and Lake City. Spoiler Alert! Everly wins – 65-55.
Cattlefeeder Fight Song & 1960′s Parades!
“A Nostalgic Look at Cattlefeeder Fans in the 1960′s”
A fun collage of home-movie footage of parades in Everly in the early 1960′s, featuring the Cattlefeeder Marching Band and almost every kid in town.
2010 Alumni Girls Basketball Game starring former Cattlefeederettes & Comanche-ettes
“The Old Ladies Can Still Play”
A short video of a fund-raising Alumni Game in Everly in 2010, featuring the famous Jeanette Olson and several former Cattlefeederettes playing “old school” 6-on-6 basketball alongside their former foes, former Clay Central Comanche-ettes! It was a hoot for the players and the fans!