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Thursday, February 12, 2009 Tri-County News* Kimball, MN Students N Youth Sno Daze 2009 Page 11 The Sno Daze court, from left: Stephan Kurkowski, Nick Anderson, Tyler Gregory, Nate Harter, Jarred Mackereth, Taylor Petty, Bethany Libbesmeier, Miranda Theisen, Kate Hoff, Tiffany Meierhofer, Abby Zoller, Kelsey Vigoren, and Sarah Powell. (Missing from photo is Brandon Shonyo). Staff photos by Mar- guerite Laabs. From left are pictured: Prince Jarred Mackereth, King Taylor Petty, Queen Bethany Libbesmeier, Princess Miranda Theisen. Speech Team places second at Sauk Rapids KAHS Individuals recognized at speech meet: In front, Jenifer Gilpatrick and Abby Zoller. Back row: Kyle Messer, Tyler Dockery, and KelseyVigoren. Submitted photo. By ]ody Markgraf,, Coach The KAHS speech team com- peted with 30 Central Minnesota teams at the Sauk Rapids-Rice Invi- tational, hosted by Molly Olson, former speech coach and English teacher at KAHS. Kimball com- peted in the Medium Team cate- gory (10-20 students) and placed second, bringing home a second trophy in two weeks. Five hundred students com- peted in three rounds for top hon- ors in each of 13 categories. The top three contestants earned medals with those taking fourth receiving a pair of socks. Freshman ]enifer Gilpatrick tied for first place in the humorous category, taking second place with a tie-breaking coin toss. Last week, Ienifer also tied for first and took second after a coin toss. Ienifer took first place in all three rounds, coming in second in a tough field of 61 competitors. Senior Kyle Messer earned fifth place out of 39 serious prose com- petitors and received an Honor- able Mention. Also receiving Hon- orable Mentions were juniors Abby Zoller and Kelsey Vigoren in the original oratory category, and Tyler Dockery, eighth grade, in extemporaneous reading. In Medium Schools, Zim- merman took first place with St. Michael-Albertville taking third. Onamia took first in Small Teams, followed by Ogilvie in second place and Elk River in third place. Dassel-Cokato took charge of the Large Team. category, putting St. Cloud Cathedral in (a rare) sec- ond place and Willmar in third. Nicely done, CMC Speech Teams. Kimball travels Saturday, Feb. 14, to Swanville High School for a Valentine's Day meet. The bus leaves at 6:25 a.m. The Hair & Bedy km Pmfeulonals 320-398-HAIR 320-274-HAIR Main Street-Kimball 55~Annandale /