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PAGE 8 11,2016 www.tricountynews.mn Thi is my Idncl of V dentine' s Dag!! HAIN fiT., flOUTH BAYtN CA iek ee Tree ~a 320-398-8733 Kimball girls stay atop CMC By Pat Garry, StaffWriter rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals. Kimball traveled to B-B-E Katie Merchant finished with a Friday, Feb. 5, to play the Jaguars, pair of rebounds, Kenzie Leither who entered the game with a had 7 rebounds, and Becky 13-4 record and tied for sec- Holtz pulled down a game- ond in the CMC, just behind the high 10 boards. Caitlin O'Brien first-place Cubs. Kimball out- had 6 rebounds, and 5 blocks. lasted B-B-E, 63-59. The Cubs led The Cubs' record moves to 17-2 26-24 at the break, and stretched overall and 9-0 in the Central the second-half margin to 57-47 Minnesota Conference. with just under five minutes 0"It seemed like we had to remaining. But the Jaguars made overcome a lot in tonight's game. one final push, hitting a three I give our girls credit for staying pointer to cut the lead to 57-53 mentally focused through the with 3:19 left. Following a run adversity down the stretch and of free-throws after some very finishing against a good B-B-E close calls, the Kimball lead was team in a hostile environment trimmed to 60-59 with 35 sec- on the road," said Coach Jeremy onds on the clock. Kimball fin- Kuechle. Game Scoring: Taylor ished with an impressive defen- Schreiner 6; Mackenzie Leither sive stand on a critical posses- 9; Madison Hurtle 21; Ashley sion and B-B-E was forced to Schindele 3; Caitlin O'Brien foul, resulting in the Cubs vic- 2; Rebeckah Holtz 8; Katie tory. Madison Hurrle had 7 Merchant14. Cubs wrestlers close season at Albany By Pat Garry, StaffWriter Guggisberg; 113: First Place - The Kimball wrestlers fin- Zack Holtz; 120: Sixth Place - ished out the regular season par- Austin Donnay; 126: Second ticipating at the Albany Purple Place- Payton Schiefelbein; 152: Pride Invite, Friday, Feb. 5. Fifth Place - Payton Hanan; 170: Team Results: 1. HutchinsonFourth Place-Adam Theis; 182: 238.0; 2. Albany 166.5; 3. Becker Sixth Place - Aaron Serbus; 220; 129.0; 4. BOLD 112.0; 5. Mora Fifth Place - Ben Zipoy; 285: 106.0; 6. Kimball 90.0; 7. St. Cloud Fourth Place -Austin Hentges. Apollo 82.0; 8. Osakis 59.0. Kimball Individual Results: 106: Fourth Place - Brandon Students of the Month are, in first row, from left, Janessa Durham, Andrian Schindele, Hawkins Nyholm, John Spaulding, Connor Salveson, Erin Helgeson, Brooklyn Molitor, AJ Bonnifield, and Hayley Bruss. In second row are Amelia Hanan, Taylor Libbesmeier, Owen Mortenson, Miranda Kimmes, Veronica Reek, Lucas Henkemeyer, Noah Mertens, Sam Wagner, Bryce VanNurden, Izzy Vaughn, Eric Bisila, and Garrett Rosenow. In third row are Mason Host, Andy Becker, Ella Lyrek, Natalie VanNurden, Izaak Theis, Leonella Lewis, Morgan Danelke, and Katelyn Pedersen. In fourth row are Nathan Massmann, Megan Kuputh, Avary Anderson, Devin Waldorf, Isabelle Schmitz, and Emma Schmitz. Submitted photo. Want to win $ 5007 'Kimbalrs Got Talent!' financial support to local high This year, Kimball Senior school seniors for their higher Scholarship (KSS) committee is education. Scholarship reCiisients hosting a TALENT CONTEST as are continuously reminded that entertainment for the scholarship relatives, friends and neighbors awards event to be held Saturday, in their community are behind May 7. The contest will be open to them and they are encouraged to members of the 739 School District succeed. competing for a GRAND prize of KSS rallies around our stu- $500, SECOND prize of $250, and dents, gives them a boost, and THIRD prize $100. So come and ensures that they reach their high- show off your Kimball pride and est potential. All money raised personal talents. Talent presenta- stays in the community to support tion must be family appropriate our local students. Recipients are and must be no longer than 5 min- selected fairly and anonymously utes long. Contestants will have regardless of race, color, creed, to perform their presentation for religion, sex, national origin or preliminary elimination Monday, disability. March 7. Only 10 acts will be pre- If you are interested in being sented at the awards scholarship the top talent in "Kimball's Got event. Registration deadline to Talent," please email Dave Heid at perform will be Monday, Feb. 29. mikadalTOl@meltel.net, or go to Preliminary elimination will be our Facebook site under Kimball March 7. Find us at Facebook @ Senior Scholarship for details. Kimball Senior Scholarship. KSS committee raises money to award scholarships to provide Kimball Menus 24. Purchased new Reading Wonders curriculum for grades K-5. a part of the District Forensics, Honors English 9 & 10. This survey will be open Feb. 8-29, 2016. Updated building d4cor at the high school. Feb. 15-19 Breakfast Monday-No School Tuesday: Sausage & eggwich or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, jelly/margarine, vegetable/fruit selection, juice, milk. Wednesday: Waffle sausage sandwich or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, jelly/margarine, vegeta- ble/fruit selection, juice, mile Thursday: Sausage & pancake on a stick or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, jelly/margarine, vegeta- ble/fruit selection, juice, milk. Friday: Scrambled eggs & sau- sage w/tri-tater or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, jelly/margarine, vegetable/fruit selection, juice, mile Lunch Monday-No School Tuesday: Tony's pizza or sloppy Joe on WG bun, pasta salad, corn, carrot sticks, white bean salad, sea- sonal fruit, milk. Wednesday: Beefy nachos, cheese sauce & WG chips or hot- dog onWG bun, Mexican rice, black bean salsa, diced tomatoes, green beans, seasonal fruit, milk. Thursday: Grilled cheese sand- wich or chicken patty on WG bun, tomato soup, corn, cucumber ranch salad, carrot sticks, seasonal fruit, milk. Friday: Orange chicken or cheese pizza dippers, marinara sauce, brown rice, beets, carrot sticks, red pepper slices, seasonal fruit, milk.