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For the past two weeks all of the ing on this project. The students third-grade classes at Kimball Ele- learned about the art concepts of Jan. 28-Feb. 1 Tuesday: Yogurt pak or turkey Community mentary School have been work- value and gravy & mashed potatoes and WG invited to Lady Cubs v Rockets fly past Lady Cubs By Jeremy Kuechle, coach The Kimball Cubs girls' bas- ketball team visited Rockford to take on the Rockets in confer- ence play on Tuesday, Jan. 15. Senior Kenadi Mackereth pro- vided an early spark for the Cubs as she drained two three point- ers in the game's first few minutes. This helped Kimball to a 10-2 early lead. At the half, Kimball still held the lead 22-17, but in the second half, the Cubs struggled as the ball never seemed to bounce Kimball's way. The Rockets scored the first 9 points of the second half to take a 26-22 lead, and did not relinquish their lead for the rest of the game. Rockford held a 5-point lead with two minutes to play, and the Cubs could not get the momentum back in their favor, thus losing by a final score of 51-43. Kimball was led by Kenadi Mackereth's 12 points with all of her points coming from the three- point arc. Sophomore Madelyn O'Brien and Senior Allie Seth each scored 10 points, Senior Paiten Schreiner had 9, and Senior Bre- anne Meierhofer finished with 2 points. Rebounding leaders were Seth 8, Meierhofer 7, Schreiner 6, and O'Brien 5. Meierhofer also led the team with 5 steals and 5 assists. Lady Cubs bounce back against B-B-E Coming off the tough defeat in Rockford, the Cubs faced a sim- ilar foe in B-B-E, looking to erase the performace earlier in the week from their memory. Playing away from home again, the Cubs were focused and ready this time and it showed. Kimball jumped all over the Jaguars, scoring first while rolling out to an early 14-2 lead in the games first six minutes. Sch- reiner led the offensive attack early, shooting three for three from the three-point line to take any roar out of the Jaguars plans. Kim- ball would never trail as they led 30-19 at the half, and extended the lead to a final score of 51-33. Sch- reiner would finish with 16 points, connecting on five of six three- point shots. The five three-point- ers tied a Kimball record for three- pointers made in one game with six line when working on the piece. Students worked in a uni- fied effort to make a 288-piece mosaic of MLK using dif- ferent values to replicate a quar- ter-inch piece of an image onto a 4-inch square. During the proj- ect, students were unaware of what the completed image would be. The pieces together com- pleted a 5'4"x 6'0" mural. Before we started the proj- ect we talked about how some prob- lems and tasks are too large for one person to conquer, and it takes many people working together to over- come these things. The project is meant to be anal- ogous to the civil Rockets and B-B-E other Kimball alumni, Kfisti Bahn (91-92), Heidi Schwichtenberg (94- 95), Melanie Marquardt (01-02), Tesslynn Callander (09-10), Erin Dingmann (10-11), and Breane Meierhofer (11-12). Meierhofer would lead the team in scoring on the night with 17 points, Seth 8 points, O'Brien 4, Casie Mackereth 3, Kenadi Mack- ereth 2, and Kaylee Petty 1. Seth led all rebounders with 11, fol- lowed by Schreiner's nine boards, Raelynn Callander six, while Kimball's senior Breane Meierhofer Breakfast dinner roll, green peas, tomato Monday: Sausage patty & cheese wedges, cauliflower, diced peaches, Social Studies on an English mulfin, juice or fruit, milk. milk. Wednesday: Beefy nachos w/ Curriculum Focus Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, juice cheese sauce orItalian turkey sand- Event or fruit, milk. wich, baked beans, carrot sticks, Wednesday: Toasted cheese broccoli florets, radishes, banana- Kimball Area Schools will be bread, sausage patty, juice or fruit, pineapple tidbits, milk. hosting a Social Studies Focus milk. Thursday: Chicken Alfredo, Event from 4-5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday: Egg bake, juice or bread stick or chicken Caesar Jan. 29. in room 111 at the Kim- fruit, milk. Friday: Pancake or French toast, wrap, spinach salad w/FF dressing, ball Area High School. Commu- tomato wedges, cauliflower, orange nity members are encouraged to sausage patty, juice or fruit, milk. wedges-applesauce, milk. come hear about the future of K-12 Lunch Friday: Turkey gravy over Social Studies in Kimball. Monday: Chicken divan w/din- mashed potatoes or turkey BLT Contact Nancy Bonnifield at ner roll or Italian sub, sweet potato salad w/garlic breadstick, corn, car- (320) 398-7700, Extension 310, or fries, radishes, broccoli florets, rot sticks, broccoli florets, radishes, n.bonnifield@kimball.k12.mn.us, green pepper sticks, apples-mixed apples-diced pears, milk. for more information. fruit, milk. KAHS Snow Days Jan. 28-Feb. 1 rights struggle that Dr. King has Dress Up Days - Each day, Stu- purchased from a candidate in become the figurehead for. The dent Government will choose one advance. hope is that students will come away with the understanding that, person from each grade as the Penny Drive- Each organize- while playing an important roll, "Cubs Fan of the Day". tion will have a jar (milk jug) dec- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was Monday, Jan. 28: Down on the orated and located in the office. not alone in the changes that took Farm Theywill be transferred and mon- place as a result ofhis work. Lunch Activities Musicalitored to the lunchroom during Third-grade teachers, Chairs the lunch hour. The organization Mr. Harmon,Tuesday, Jan. 29: Blast from the with the least amount of points Mrs. NusbaumPast wins for Snow Days royalty points. and Mrs. Ostby Lunch Activities Mummy The money goes to the Leukemia Wrap Lymphoma Society. Wednesday, Jan. 30: Clash Day Snow Sculptures - Candidates (plaid with stripes, etc.) will choose a "movie theme" to Meierhofer, O'Brien, and Casie Lunch Activities - Improvise- create their snow sculpture in the Mackereth all had four rebounds tion front parking lot. Movies must be each. Meierhofer led in steals with Thursday, Jan. 31: Hollywood PG. Sculptures will be judged for four, and Seth swatted six blocked (vote on candidate dress up) Sno Days royalty points. Must be shots to lead the team in that cate- Lunch Activities - Audience Art done by Tuesday, ]an. 29. gory. The win puts Kimball's sea- Friday, Feb. 1: Spirit Day Posters - Each group of candi- son record at 7-5 and 4-3 in the Coronation/PepFest-2:20p.m. dates will be in charge of building Central Minnesota Conference. Friday in the Wirth Gym. a team to help them design and Next up for the Cubs is Pierz at Sno Days Dance - Friday, Feb. 1- make a poster for their organiza- Kimball on Thursday, Jan. 24, atSt. 9 p.m.-midnight. Grades 9-12. tion. Cloud Cathedral Saturday, ]an. 26, Tickets $5 at the door, or $4 if then at home against EV-W Tues- day, Jan. 29. Go Big Blue! and the Cubs never looked back photo by marguerite Laabs. wins the jump to start the game winning the game 51 to 43. Staff Town and Country 1-18-13 Unterberger 309, 598; Brian Mack- Win loss ereth 232,594; Preston Fischer 233, Weisman Racing 88.5 51.5 590; Jeremy Salzbrun 579; Travis Gagnon Landscaping 8357 Abe 220, 572; Toby Wentzlaff 558; Looman's Constr. 71 69 Shawn Dahlinger 206, 553. Vinar's Cabinet 62 78 Aqua Jills 1-15-13 Aqua Lanes 58 82 R & R Construction17 4 Triple D Farm 57.582.5 Aqua Lanes 14 7 Gohmann's Foods 12 9 AM Maus 11 10 Kimball Rescue 11 10 Stuve Auto 10 11 FHE 7 14 Week 20 high games 210 or bet- ter: Jeremy Vinar 235; Gordy Sch- reifels 234; Steve Becker 229; Jesse Bogatzki 220; Matt Adolph 216; Jason Luyeders 213, 213; Joe Asfeld 213; Dean Schmidt 211. High series: Jason Lueders 632; Steve Becker 606; Jeremy Vinar 603. Tri-County League 1-16-13 Vinar's Cabinet 129.5 30.5 Blue Moose Bar & Grill 75 85 Custom Towing 72.5 87.5 Ameriprise Financial 72 88 Krippner Cust. Pump. 68 92 Kimball Legion 63 97 Week 20 high games 210 or better: Dave Kloepner 247, 224; Ben Lei- ther 247, 213; Gordy Schreifels 246, 233, 210; Steve Dullinger 243; Joe Asfeld 223; Steve Becket 216; Dan Young 210. High series: Gordy Schreifels 689; Dave Kloepner 669; Ben Leither 645; Joe Asfeld 624; Steve Becker 602; Dwight Vinar 600. Commercial League 1-10-13 SOB's 131.5 84.5 Main Street Pub 126.5 89.5 KFD 124 92 Kim-Built 120 96 Triple R 105 111 H &S Geothermal 93 123 H &S Heating/AC 89 127 Weekly top ten: DwightVinar 255,217,676; Matt Adolph 249, 656; Jeremy Vinar 241, 222, 636; Dave Scores 160 and higher: Jenn Gard- ing 196; Bonnie Gannon 166; Barb Liedman 167; Patty Deknatel 162; Bonnie Rossman 198; Pat Brandt 189; Allison Korsmo 166; Lynn Adolph 167; Karla Adolph 204. Aqua Trio 1-16-13 The Rookies 4 0 Pearl Lake Lodge 3 1 RJMGD 2 2 Krippner Bailing 2 2 Main Street Pub 1 3 Team V 0 4 200 & above: Del Hiullary 218; Jer- emy Vinar 201. 500 & above: Jeremy Vinar 558; Del Hillary 544; lared Mackereth Steve Maus & Joe Asfeld 509. 512;------~ Aqua Belles 1-14-13 Main Street Pub 39 17 Holly's House ofHair 36 20 Everything Signs 29 27 Tessmers Gravel Gels 28 28 MGD's 21 35 Red Goat 15 41 150 games and over: Melody Gard- ing 155; Annette Lang 159; ]odi Vinar 174, 173; Iulie Vinar 172, 162; Andrea Miller 154; 157; Diane Spic- zka 162; Pat Brandt 162, 157, 177. 450 series and over: Iodi Vinar 494; Julie Vinar 474; Pat Brandt 469.