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PAGE 8 25, 2016 ............ Kimball Class of 1961 to meet June 24 The Kimball graduating class of 1961 get together is scheduled to be held at Triple R Grill & Bar Friday, June 24, 2016. Social hour is at 3:30, dinner to follow. Please share this notice with fellow classmates. News of our students Seaver College dean's list at Pepperdine University, Malibu, Calif. From Kimball, Chelsey Maus College of St. Benedict (CSB) dean's list 2015 fall semester From Kimball, Paiten Schreiner, daughter of Tom and Kelli Schreiner, junior biology major. Bemidji State University dean's list 2015 fall semester From Kimball, Karlee Beehler From Kimball, Sara Laudenbach From South Haven, Tabitha Reinert From South Haven, Olivia Straley Kimball Menus Feb. 29-Mar. 4 Breakfast Monday: Breakfast pizza or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, jelly/ margarine, vegetable/fruit selection, juice, milk Tuesday: Sausage & eggwich or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, jelly/margarine, vegetable/fruit selection, juice, milk. Wednesday: French toast stix, sausage patty or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, jelly/margarine, vegetable/fruit selection, juice, milk. 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, vegetable selec- tion, juice, milk. Lunch Monday: Popcorn chicken, WG dinner roll or hotdog on WG bun, mashed potatoes & gravy, corn, carrot sticks, white bean salad, sea- sonal fruit, milk. Tuesday: Beefy nachos, cheese sauce & WG chips or Italian turkey sandwich, chicken noodle soup, black bean salsa, diced tomatoes, corn, seasonal fruit, milk. Wednesday: Rotini & meat sauce, WG dinner roll or sloppy Joe on WG bun, tomato soup, carrot sticks, dinner salad, green beans, seasonal fruit, milk. Thursday: Turkey chow mein, brown rice & noodles or meatball sandwich, marinara sauce & moz- zarella, green peas, cucumber & ranch salad, tomato wedges, sea- sonal fruit, milk. Friday: Salisbury steak or fish patty on bun, mashed potatoes & gravy, roasted butternut squash, red pepper slices, radishes, sea- sonal fruit, milk. Lady Cubs rout Pioneers By Pat Garry, StaffWriter Kimball took its first lead, 11-10, balanced effort. Libbesmeier and student athletes tonight and help- Kimball celebrated Parents eight minutes into the game, and Taylor Schreiner each had three ing make this fun ride possible. It Night at the gym Monday, Feb. 22, generated a 40-16 overwhelming assists to lead in that category and was great to clear the bench and to honor and thank the parents halftime bulge. The Cubs forced Hurtle grabbed four steals; while get allthe players in on the action," and guardians of the participants 41 Pioneer turnovers by gamesY Katie Merchant took a charge on said Coach Jeremy Kuechle. in grades 9-12. The gifts put on a end to close out the convincing defense for the Cubs. Game Scoring Trinity Erickson great show in the 71-43 victory, win. Kimball was led in scoring "We started a little slow but 1; Mackenzie Leither 6; Madison marking the most points in a game by Madison Hurtle with 22 points, turned up the defensive pressure Hurtle 22; Ashley Schindele 11; for the Cubs this season. Kimball shooting 10 for 13 from the free- to help create some offense. Our Madison Libbesmeier 2; Caitlin nowstands at21-3 overall and 12-0 throwline, gifts executed well when we made O'Brien 11; Becky Holtz 10; Katie in the CMC, which clinches at least The Cubs out-rebounded Pierz, our run and took control of the Merchant 8. a tie for the conference title. Pierz 35-27, with Merchant, Leither, game in the first half. I would also jumped out to an early 8-2 lead Hurtle, and O'Brien each regis- like to take a moment to thank the before the Cubs got things going, tering five rebounds to lead the parents for supporting all of our Kimball girls sharp vs. Maple Lake By PatGarry, StaffWriter four boards. Hurrle swiped four The gifts chalked up their 20th steals and had four assists to lead win Thursday, Feb. 18, as they in those categories. The win is overwhelmed Maple Lake, 57-38. the Cubs' 20th on the season and Kimball jumped out on the Irish, boosts their record to 20-3 overall; 13-1, in the first six minutes, exe- 11-0 in the CMC. Section 5A play- cuting well on both the often- offscommenceThursday, March3, sive anddefensiveends. TheCubs when the Cubs will play at created some steals in the full home against an opponent to be court press and forced Irish turn- determined. overs with good defensive pres- "I thought we got a little out of sure. Kimball built a hefty 33-14 position defensively at times and halftime advantage and they we encountered some early foul never looked back. Leading the trouble as a resuk. I did love the Cubs' first-half attack was Katie effort and passion tonight. We Merchant, with eight points in built a nice lead early, which was the paint, and Ashley Schindele, what we wanted to do, and it was who added a pair of three point- great to see," said Coach Jeremy ers. Kimball protected their lead Kuechle. Game Scoring: Taylor and played to a 24-24 second-half Schreiner 12; Mackenzie Leither stalemate, giving the Cubs the 4; Madison Hurrle 9; Ashley 57-38 victory. Merchant led all Schindele 6; Madison Libbesmeier rebounders with ten, followed by 5; Caitlin O'Brien 5; Becky Holtz 8; O'Brien's five, while Holtz, Hurrle, Katie Merchant 8. and Schreiner each pulled down Staff photo by Anton Matua. Lady Cubs handle Huskers By Pat Garry, StaffWriter led in assists with four, while Kimball moved to an impres- Holtz had five steals to lead in that sive 10-0 in the conference and department. As a team, Kimball 19-3 on the season, following the created 11 steals to Holdingford's defeat of Holdingford on Tuesday, six. Schreiner also took a timely Feb. 16, by a 44-30 final score. The charge to spur a defensive spark Huskers brought a6-5 CMC record, for the Cubs. 12-10 overall, into the contest as "We knew it was going to be Kimball prepared for the final two more like a football game with weeks of the regular season. The the style of play they bring. Then Cubs never trailed as they jumped seeing who the referees were and on top early and built a 22-9 lead knowing what they would call, or with 4:30 left in the first half. more importantly, wouldn't call; Holdingford trimmed the lead we needed to adapt to these vari- to 22-14 at halftime, but Kimball ables, as with any contest. The again slowly built their leadgoal was to play with great bal- against a stout Husker defense in ance, body control, mental tough- the second half. The Cubs pushed ness, and a great deal of compo- their lead to 40-26 with just under sure. The girls stepped up, did the five minutes remaining. Kimball little things better, and relied on a turned up the defense as well, good defensive effort to get the job allowing only eight field goals for done," said Coach Jeremy Kuechle. the entire game; with the remain- Game Scoring: Taylor Schreiner der of Holdingford's points coming 10; Mackenzie Leither 4; Madison from the free-throw line. Madison Hurrle 10; Ashley Schindele 5; Erin Hurtle led the rebounding effort O'Brien 2; Rebeckah Holtz3; Katie with eight, followed by BeckyMerchant 10. Holtz with seven. Taylor Schreiner Staff photo by Anton Matua. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOU CAN MCCANN 320.905.2679