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.... www.tricountynews.mn Kimball boys drop tough one on road By Pat Garry, StaffWriter The Cubs lost a non- conference battle at Cokato Tuesday, Jan. 5, by a final of 62-58. Kimball's Del Guerrero posted a double-double, with 13 points and 10 rebounds in the loss to the Dassel-Cokato Chargers. The Cubs jumped out to an early lead and then started making poor decisions. They coughed up too many turnovers and put up too many bad shots the rest of the half; and trailed by 10 at the break (31-21). DC scored the first five points of the second half and led by 15. Kimball turned it around and started to play better, eventu- ally cutting the deficit to six, 50-44, with 2:30 remaining. "We could not get any closer until we hit the final shot at the buzzer to go home with a four- point loss. Our struggles contin- ued in the turnover department with 16 of them. We also gave up 17 offensive rebounds and took too many bad shots," said Coach Jay Klein. Kimball Game Scoring: Darius Westrich 15; Del Guerrero 13; Hayden Gagnon 13; Weston Hine 4; Michael Hoffmann 13. Darius Westrich works his way around the DC defender during the Jan. Dassel. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. 5 game in PAGE 9 January 14, 2016 Basketball Cubs fall to Lakers By Pat Garry, StaffWriter and forced shots. They converted Kimball lost to Howard Lake- on the other end and we could not Waverly-Winsted, 71-57, last catch up. It was a good effort even Thursday, Jan. 7, at home. The if we came up short," said Coach Lakers built a 34-30 halftime lead Jay Klein. Game Scoring: (pts, reb, that they would never relinquish, asst, steals): Darius Westrich 6, 4, "We were competitive in the 1; Del Guerrero 14, 4, 7, 1; Hayden first half and trailed by three at the Gagnon 12, 4, 3, 1; Drew Gustafson break.Wetrailedbyonewithabout 9, 2; Sam Ehlinger 2, 10, 2; Weston eight minutes to play. Then we had Hine 3, 5, 1, 1; Michael Hoffmann a bad stretch with some turnovers 11, 2. Kimball wrestlers at Osakis By Pat Garry, StaffWriter Hentges KIM won by fall (0:53) (Kimball Area)(Fall 2:41)6-0; 113 The Cubs stayed plenty warm over Cody Booth. Zack Holtz (Kimball Area) over on the mats, away from the out- Round 2: Albany 59, Kimball Kalib Greenman (Canby) (Dec door, frigid temperatures, as they Area 15: 106: Will Mergen won 12-6) 0-3; 120 Alex Full (Canby) competed in the Osakis Silver by fall (2:30) over Brandon over Austin Donnay (Kimball Streaks Duals Friday, Jan. 8. Guggisberg KIM; 113: Lucas Area) (Fall 5:08) 6-0; 126 Payton Round 1: Pequot Lakes/Pine Womack won by fall (1:32) over Schiefelbein (Kimball Area) over River-Backus 46, Kimball Area ZachHoltKIM;120:QuinnClapperNolan Fink (Canby) (MD 11-1) 26: 106: Brandon Guggisberg KIM won by tech fall (2:52) (16-1) over 0-4; 132 Tyler Lacek (Canby) won by fall (l:24) over Reed Leabo; Austin DonnayKIM, 126: Payton over Unknown (For.) 6-0; 138 113: Addi Harrington won by fall SchiefelbeinKIMwonbyfall (2:45) Joseph Donnay (Kimball Area) (3:01) over Zach Holtz KIM; 120: over Jacob Hudock; 132: Thomas over Payton Viessman (Canby) Isaac Manthei won by fall (1:00) Desautel won by KIM forfeit; 138: (Fall 5:13) 0-6; 145 ]aden Kindopp over Austin Donnay KIM; 126: Logan Lineel won by dec (9-4) over (Canby) over Brandon LaFave Payton Schiefelbein KIM won by Joseph Donnay KIM; 145: Marcus (Kimball Area) (Fall 3:24) 6-0; 152 dec (6-0) over Darion Anderson; Mergen won by fall (1:11) over Nick Antony (Canby) over Payton 132: Spencer Richards won by Brandon LaFave KIM; 152: Payton Hanan (Kimball Area) (Fall 3:17) KIM forfeit; 138: Joseph Donnay Hanan KIM won by fall (3:23) over 6-0; 160 Billy Deslauriers (Canby) KIM won by fall (3:23) over Wyatt Cody Kerfeld; 160: Gibe Zierden over Adam Theis (Kimball Area) Kidrowski; 145: Evan Gravdahl won by fall (1:56) over Adam Theis (MD 10-2) 4-0; 170 Jameson Hunt won by fall (0:42) over Brandon KIM; 170: Mitchell Kotschevar (Canby) over Unknown (For.) 6-0; LaFave KIM; 152: Nate Atkins won by dec (7-1) over Brady Mehr 182 Preston Snobl (Canby) over won by maj dec (11-1) over Payton KIM; 182: Hunter Mergan won by Aaron Serbus (Kimball Area) (Fall Hanan KIM; 160: Adam Theis fall (0:55) overAaron Serbus KIM; 0:54) 6-0; 195 Noah Scott (Canby) KIM won by dec (4-2) over Tucker 195: Wyatt Mergan won by KIMover Unknown (For.) 6-0; 220 Ben Cane; 170: Brady Mehr KIM won forfeit; 220: Ben Zipoy KIM won by Zipoy (Kimball Area) over Jake by (12-2) over Justin Neumann; dec (3-0) over Jared Thelen; HWT: Pederson (Canby) (Fall 0:32) 0-6; 182:ChrisFosterwonbyfall(0:22) Marvin Stang won by fall (0:40) 285 Josh Hansen (Canby) over over Aaron Serbus KIM; 195: ]ace overAustin Hentges KIM. Austin Hentges (Kimball Area) Leabo won by KIM forfeit; 220: Round 3: Canby 58, Kimball (Fall0:46) 6-0. Joe Harrison won by fall (3:51) 19:106 Parker Viessman (Canby) overBenZipoyKIM;HWT:Austin over Brandon GuggisbergSuoerintendent By Jim Wagner, Superintendent equipment is the best in the fitness KimbaU Area Schools industry and will allow multiple Reminder: Review t Ic ,r Good January Morningtypes of training for individuals. mr-.ej season Kimball. It was quite a jolt to the The equipment is designed to changes, lottery deadline is Jan. 22 system being out in the sub-zero do a number of things. First of all, temperatures over the weekend, it is user friendly for beginners as Hunters are reminded to review apply to the lottery. Everyone else I hope everyone had a chance well as those who are advanced changes to the spring turkey hunt- can purchase a license over the to relax and enjoy the holidays, in their training. Secondly, it is ing season, and that firearms tur- counter starting in mid-March. I know the school district has designed to be adjustable to most key hunters wanting to take part Firearms hunters who don't been extremely busy with all of individuals, female or male. Third, in one of the first two hunting time bag a turkey during their first time the activities going on right now. it will give individuals an opportu- periods have until Friday, Jan. 22, period will also be able to hunt the Between all of the sports and aca- nity to have access to equipment to apply to the lottery. The first last time period from Wednesday, demic (Ex. Speech and Robotics) capable of doing rehabilitation for turkey hunting time period begins May18, to May 31, using their orig- activities, there should be some- injuries. Lastly, it allows anyone Wednesday, April 13; the last ends inal license. However, to hunt a thing for everyone to enjoy,who uses the equipment to con- Tuesday, May 31. second time, they are required to I wanted to take this opportu- stantly change their workouts to Changes to the season make hunt in the same zone that they nity to let everyone in the commu- maximize results. turkeyhuntingtimeperiodslonger hunted in during their first hunt nityknowofanopportunitytotake This will be exciting as the with all including weekends, and period, advantage of some free personal physical education teachers will more time periods will be avail- Archerswill be able to hunt training sessions we are going to be able to train their students on able to each hunter. Five one-week the entire season from April 13 to offer at the high school. Because the equipment and set them up on time periods will be followed by May 31, and in any zone. Hunters of the hard work of our activities training programs. It will also give one longertimeperiod. Previously, must choose between a firearms director, By.ton Westrich, and the the athlete and non-athlete stu- there were eight time periods, and or archery turkey hunting license, professional wrestling fundraiser dents the ability to train and learn not all included weekends. The bag limit will remain one we had'last year in November, we the techniques needed to see the Only adult firearms hunters bearded turkey. More information have been able to raise enough benefits ofpropertraining. wanting to hunt one of the first on turkey hunting is available at money to start purchasing new This equipment is the best in two hunting time periods need to www.mndnr.gov/hunting/turkey, weight training equipment. This the market and as a philosophy, I Hayden Gagnon goes up for a shot and is fouled hard by the HLWW defender. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Report week of Jan. 10 feel the students and community deserve to have access to the best. Once the equipment arrives in the beginning of February, I will set up training sessions for groups of 10 people, as well as individuals who are a little shy working out around others, a chance to try the equip- ment. My qualifications to do this fall back on my health club days when I became certified as a per- sonal and athletic trainer. If you are interested in participating in this opportunity, please call the district office at (320) 398-5585, and let my secretary know you are interested. Please give her your contact information, as well as an evening or Saturday that works best with your schedule. Once the equipment arrives, people on the list will be contacted and training sessions will be set up. In the meantime get out and support as many of the winter activities as possible and show your Cub spirit. Well, that is all for now. As always GO CUBS!