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Thursday, January 29, 2009 .~l~tQ Tri-Coun~ News* Kimball, MN t,wVqb,F4t Leisure Page 9 Cubs boys' basketball lose one, win one Triple A winners Kimball senior Scott Nystrom scores two against Holdingford and picks up a foul. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Pictured from left to right are Bruce Holmseth, Bridget Gohman, and Andrew Dingmann. These young people represented Kimball Area High School at the Triple A awards banquet in Paynesville Jan. 21. Submitted photo. Bridget Gohman and Andrew Dingmann were honored guests at the annual sub region Triple A Banquet in Paynesville Wednes- day, Jan. 21. Bridget and Andrew were the Triple A winners from Kimbnall High School. The ban- quet is held each year to honor area Triple A winners. B-BE, EV-W, ACGC, Litchfield, St. Cloud Cathe- dral, NLS, Paynesville and Kim- ball are the area schools that par- ticipated in the sub region 5a. The winners of the sub region advance to the region and then to the state. The state Triple A Recognition Banquet will be held on March 29, at the Radisson Plaza Hotel in Min- neapolis. Bridget is the daughter of Loren and JoAnne Gohmann and Andrew is the son of AI and Mau- reen Dingmann. [1 21"* Annual ~~ I Kingston Lions I Fishing Contest I Saturday, Feb. 7 ~~~ *1 Northwest side of Lake Francis I DOOR PRIZES: 4~llqr "I BIGGEST Walleye, Northern & Bass~ ~ | Pays only on the largest of these three. /F~'~\ I lst-$100; 2nd-$50; 3rd-$30 ~| Crappie-S25; Sunfish-S25 ~ J j,~o~. ~DRAWINGS: qll~ I copO..:~lo by t,,t P,i,o r- m~. k, gor or Szsm I AVSIu~'-_jtOII 2rid & 3rd Prizes: $100 eacld I the IKnl~ltlb| 4th & Sth Prizes, $50 eacid I UO Various other prized " I Sf donation for chance on Ice Auger or Casld Cubs struggle in loss to Eagles The Kimball Cubs traveled to Eden Valley-Watkins last Tuesday to take on the Eagles. The Eagles shot the ball well from the open- ing tip-off and led the Cubs by 23 at the half (39-16). Kimball tried to mount a comeback in the second half but the Eagles defense held off the Cubs for a 63-43 victory. Scott Nystrom and BobbyArens led the Cubs in scoring with 14 and 13 points respectively. Arens also hauled down six rebounds and had four blocked shots. Nystrom dished out four assists to lead the Cubs in that category. For the game the Cubs shot 36 percent (17/47) from the field and 50 per- cent (9/18) from the charity stripe. Overall, the Cubs are now at four wins and four losses on the sea- son. Great defense helps Cubs defeat Huskers Kimball hosted the Huskers from Holdingford on Friday night at the Leo Wirth Gymn~isium. The Cubs defense in the first half set the tone for the game, forcing a number of turnovers (1O) and not allowing uncontested shots. At the half, Kimball led by a score of 30-19. The Huskers worked their way back in the second half, cut- ting the Cub's lead to one with about eight minutes to play. Free- throws (12/13) down the stretch sealed the game for the Cubs as they earned the second confer- ence win of the season (55-44). In the scoring column, Scott Nystrom and Andy Dingmann led the Cubs with 25 and 15 points respectively. Bobby Arens and Travis Erickson led the defensive effort with three steals each. Arens added four blocked shots and held the Husker's top scorer in check all night. Nell Helgeson, Andy Ding- mann, and Scott Nystrom each handed out three assists for the Cubs. Nystrom, also led the Cubs on the boards with eleven. Kim- ball is now 5-4 on the season and 2-2 in the Central Minnesota Con- ference. The Cubs hit the road for three games this week facing St. John's Prep, Maple Lake and Nor- wood-Young America. KIMBA/CAREA .C>M FIT HOUSE/ AUCTION Thursday, Feb. 5 5:307:30 p.m. Dondelinger Chev in Brainerd tot~ of hot auction items~ see www]mikeschultzbenefit,com! Donations for the auction being accoptod at SOB in Kimball, i | or carl Deb at (320),398~100 for p,ckup NO LATER THAN JAN. 30 i