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Thursday, January27,2011 Students Youth Page 7 Tri-COunty News Kimball, MN Aqua Trio 1-12-11 W L EZ Crushers 3 1 Aqua Lanes 3 1 Brenda's Daycare 3 1 RJMGD 1 3 Pearl Lake Lodge 1 3 Top games: Jamie Kurkowski 238: Jer- emy Vinar 212, 212, 226: Nate VanVleet 204: Mike Stenger 190: Brian Mackereth 187; Del Hilary 181. Top series: Ieremy Vinar 650; Brian Mackereth 533; Jamie Kurkowski 500; Steve Maus 498, Aqua Trio 1-19-11 Aqua Lanes 6 2 Brenda's Daycare5 3 RJMGD 5 3 EZ Crushers 5 3 Pearl Lake Lodge2 6 Top games: Gary Grossinger 218, 197; Brian Mackereh 210; Jeremy Vinar 199; Joe Asfeld 196; Dusty Nicka 194; Nate VanVleet 185; Ramsey Simons 180. Top series: Gary Grossinger 587: Brian Macke~reth 546; Jeremy Vinar 524; Dusty Nicka 502. Aqua Belles 1-17-11 Studio 44 51 12 Tessmers Gravel Gals 39 24 AKGraphics 34 29 Alf's 33 30 Gilbert's Gals30 33 160 games and over: Meggan Jordan 162; Carol Jordan 170, 190; Melody Garding 180; Peggi Gobman 171; Lisa Kickhafer 162; Julie Vinar 194. 193: Andi Miller 167. 169. 169: Katie Niesen 162, 500 series and over: Julie Vinar 525: Andi Miller 505. AquaBelles 1-24-11 Studio 44 56 14 Tessmers Gravel Gals 44 26 AK Graphics 41 29 Alf's 35 35 Gilbert's Gals32 38 160 games and over: Jane Schmidt 160; Meggan Jordan 163; Carol Jordan 178, 167: Judy Vinar 189, 168, 178; Renita Rohloff 171: Peggi Gohman 163; Ray- anne Verbovanec 172: Iulie Vinar 190; Mary Garding 166, 200 game: Renita Rohloff 216. 500 series and over: Jodi Vinar 535; Ren- ita Rohloff 508. Jill News 1-18-11 Kimball Rescue 47 23 Aqua Lanes 45 25 Gohmann's Foods 44 26 R & R Construction38 32 A M Maus 36 34 Stuve's Auto Ranch 35 35 Fair Haven Electric 27 43 ind. high game and series: Lynn Adolph 219, 575: Kafla Adolph 190, 525; Allison Korsmo 188, 525: Bonnie Rossman 525. Team high game and series: Aqua Lanes 647, 1796: Fair Haven Electric 594: Stuve's Auto Ranch 587; Gohmann's Foods 1650: Kimball Rescue 1647. 160 game or better: Lynn Adolph 219, 180, 176; Kafla Adolph 190, 179; Alli- son Korsmo 188, 1812; Bonnie Rossman 187, 178, 180; Barb Liedman 178. 163; Pat Dockendorf 174; Megan Kiffmeyer 169; Dawn Lueders 168; Sheri Gohmann 16B. Tri-County League 1-19-11 J&JMarine 114 46 Mainstreet Pub107 53 Vinar Cabinet 84 76 Ameriprise 71.5 88.5 Custom Towing62 98 Aqua Lanes 41.5 118.5 High games: Dave Kloeppner 253: Steve Becker 245. 236. 201; Gordy Schreifels 221, 211, 201; Jeremy Vinar 219, 214; Jake Asfeld 216; Mat Adolph 214; Steve Dull- inger 214: Bill Adolph 204; Brian Mack- ereth 202; Russell Hinz 201. High series: Steve Becker 682; Gordy Schreifels 633: Jeremy Vinar 606; Dave Kloeppner 600; Brian Mackereth 579. Commercial League 1-20-11 SOBs 139 77 Kimball Legion131.5 84.5 Triple R 128.5 87.5 KFD 104 112 H & S Heating/AC 103.5 112.5 H & S Geothermal 96.5 119.5 Kim-Built 89 127 J & B Masonry 72 144 Weekly top ten: Kelly Danelke 213, 212, 204. 629; Jeremy Vinar 255. 592; Mark Serbus 585: Preston Fischer 215. 563; Jeremy Salzbrun 562; Matt Adolph 557; Matt Weisman 205, 553; Dave Unter- berger 240, 538; Randy Reinert 537; Mike Schmidt 225, 537; Jon Capes 210; Aaron Winter 208. Town and CounU3r 1-21-11 Teacher of the Week i Stacyl Helgeson School: Kimball Elementary School Subject(s)i:,| teach: Kindergarten ~:: Number o~ students I teach: 15 i~ Student teacher/T.A.: (none) : I grew up in: Wood Lake, Minn. ~My favorite memory of school (K-12) is: Playing in the district champion- ship game: We lost. We could never beat ~.~ Tracy Milroy and Mary 1o Miller. ! My favorite subject in school: Math. ~When I was little, I always wanted to be: a teacher. I had a room all set up for i! my dotls ahd stuffed animals. !! My college and degree(s): St. Cloud ii State UniVersity: B.S. degree in Elementary Education with kinder- garten endorsement. I chose to become a teacher because: I like being with children and !! i waniEed t~em to learn to enjoylearning and discovering new things. i!~ My favorite teacher was: Mrs. Peterson; she taught 3rd and 4th !i!i grade Shei:always had exciting and interesting activities. :i:: If I wasn't a teacher: I'd be working for my brother's accounting firm, ~ ~ehtenner, Wenner & Co. in St. Cloud. # I ve been ~teaching for: two years now with my own classroom. I ! ha're beenia substitute for many years allowing me to be home with ~ my chi'ldr~n. !i The best part of teaching is: the smiles or hugs you get from your jii stladents when they see you, and the way their eyes light up when they realize they learned or did something new. ~y family:~ I am married to Kurt [chair of the school board]. Our son Neil will graduate this year from Kimball, and our daughter Danielle ~I! is inthe 8~ grade. We also have a lazy, overweight cat named Oreo !i My hobbieS and interests outside of school: revolve around my chil- li dren's actiities and family We also like to travel. UPCOMING JAN. EVEI Vinar's Cabinet 75 37 Weisman Racing71 41 Aqua Lanes 56.5 55.5 LoomanConstruction 50.5 61.5 Triple D Farms 47.5 64.5 Gagnon Landscaping 35.5 76.5 Week 19 high games 210 or better: Matt Adolph 267; Jeremy Vinar 255, 212; Steve Berscheid 254: Gordy Schreifels 234.225, 221 Jason Lueders 234. High series; Gordy Schreifels 680; ler- emy Vinar 672; Matt Adolph 636: Jason Lueders 606. Cookie sales start Feb. 5: Direct and door- to-door sales! Watch for story next week, or catch Girl Scouts it on our website today. Where Girls Grow Strong~ Lady Cubs face tough competition By leremy Kuechle, coach The Kimball girls' basketball team had a busy week against three very tough opponents, first facing an undefeated Upsala team Monday, Jan. 17, followed by the conference standings leader in Pierz Thurs- day, lan. 20, while finishing the week at Norwood/ YoungAmerica (who has won seven of their last eight games) Saturday, Jan. 22. Upsala came into Kimball sporting a 12-0 record with one of the premier play- ers in the area, Aimee Pelzer, who earlier this sea- son scored her 1,000th point of her young career as a sophomore for the Cardinals. Kimball came into the contest looking for the upset, but Upsala showed why they had not lost this year, jumping out to an early lead on the Cubs. The Cardinals would lead by nine points, 37-28 at the half, and Kimball kept it close for a while in the second half, until Pelzer connected on four three-point shots in a three and a half minute span, pushing their lead to 19 points with just over 10 minutes to play. Kimball lost by a final score of 79-59. despite play- ing a pretty solid game. Mandy Wittenberg led Kim- ball with 17 points and eight rebounds, followed by Megan Garding's 10 points and eight rebounds. Shannon Donnay finished with seven points and six rebounds, Rachel Arnold six points and four steals, Brooke Merten six points, Natalie Stein five points, Klarissa Eisenbraun three points, Erin Dingmann three points, and Allie Seth two points. Next, Pierz came to town sporting a 5-0 record at the top of the CMC standings, and Kimball would be looking for another chance at an upset win. The Cubs and Pio- neers battled back and forth in the first half with Pierz entering halftime with a 28-24 lead. Three min- utes into the second half. the Cubs would regain the lead. and with six minutes to pla3/and Kimball lead- ing 45-43, the Cubs would go on a 10-point scoring run sparked by a huge three-point shot by Erin Ding- mann. From there. Kimball continued to shoot well from the free throw line (18-21 for the game) and close out the victory by a final score of 62-53. The win moves Kimball into a second-place tie in the con- ference, trailing Pierz in the CMC standings now by only one game. Wittenberg would again lead all scor- ers with 23 points highlighted by a seven for seven Junior Mandy Witten-Junior Erin Dingmann: berg: Scores 6O points in 12 points in big win 3 games last week, against Pierz. free-throw line performance. Garding finished with 13 points and 13 rebounds, Dingmann connected on four three-point shots, scoring 12 points, Stein seven points and four assists. Arnold four points, seven assists, and six steals, Stuve two points and Donnay one point. The final game of the week was at Nor- wood/Young America, where Kimball had a tough time handling the pressure defense of the Raiders. Despite turning the ball over 20 times in the first half. Kimball managed to stay in the game converting 11 of 13 first-half free throws and only trailed by five, 38-33 at halftime. The Cubs started the second half hot, and took the lead 40-38, but the lead would be short-lived as NYA took the lead back with 13 minutes to play. The Raiders held a 58-54 lead with just over seven minutes to play, and Kimball struggled from the field after that. scoring only two more points. resulting in a 66-56 loss. Wittenberg again led the offensive charge with 20 points and 10 rebounds with Garding adding 18 points and 10 rebounds. Ding- mann chipped in five points, Merten four points and five assists, Arnold three points, while Stein, Stuve. and Donnay all had two points each. This week's results leave Kimball with a 7-6 overall record, 4-2 in the CMC with EV-W coming to town Friday, lan. 28, and at Dassel Cokato Monday, Jan. 31. Go Big Blue! Classroom of the Week: " goals while on the job, the crew may choose to fire him/her. The Cleaning Crew gives students with disabilities many opportunities to gain skills needed to live indepen- dently after graduation. It also addresses work skills as well as the soft skills needed to get and keep a job. Not only do the stu- dents learn how to clean, they also learn how to run a busi- ness, from advertising to bud- geting. Currently the crew has six active members and two members who have moved on to the 18-21 program, because they have mastered the skills. Catherine Grant (pictured) Kimball Cleaning Crew is a student-run business at Kim- ball Area High School. Stu- dents run all aspects of the business. These entrepreneurs clean homes and businesses in the Kimball area. Participation is an option for students with disabilities in grades 8 through age 21. They join the crew by first completing a job applica- tion. If the cleaning crew has a job opening, the applicant may get an interview. Once the stu- dent successfully completes the interview, he/she could be offered a position. Like in the real world, if the student does not meet work or behavior is the Special Ed. teacher in charge of the Cleaning Crew, although the students them- selves make all decisions relat- ing to the business.