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Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look! 70 Main Street South Kimball (320) 398-5000 Eighth-grade basketball By Eric Primus, coach Eighth-grade Kimball boys' basketball year in review. The eighth-grade Kimball Cubs boys' basketball team had a very successful year. Their record was 9 and 0 in the conference, and 2 and 1 in tournament play. They finished as the only undefeated team in the conference in regu- lar season play, took home second- place honors at the CMC tourna- ment. The team was composed of just seven players, their names are: Jarred Merchant, Joey VonWahlde, Brady Faber, Will Spaulding, Bran- don Schiefelbein, Tyler Smith and Logan Schlueter. The team used an explosive offense led by Jarred Merchant to win eight of their nine confer- ence games by 16 or more points, six of those games by 20 or more points, and one game by more than 30 points. The Cubs tough defense was one of the reasons they were so successful this season. Oppo- nents scored only an average of 25 points a game whereas the cubs were averaging 46 points a game. CMC Tournament: Kimball entered the tourna- ment with an undefeated regular season record and high hopes of walking away with a first place fin- ish. Game one was against the How- ard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Lak- ers. This was the third time that the two teams were to meet this sea- son. Howard Lake jumped out to an early lead and held that lead all the way through the first half. Kimball The undefeated 8th-grade team. Front, left to right: Brandon Schiefel- bein, Brady Faber, and Logan Schlueter; back: coach Eric Primus, Will Spaulding, Tyler Smith, Jarred Merchant, and Joey yon Wahlde. pressed Howard Lake in the second half, and did an amazing job of it. With the Cubs' press in action, Kim- ball fought their way back and beat Howard Lake. Game two was another third- game battle featuring Kimball v Rockford. Kimball had beaten Rockford earlier in the season twice. Once again, Kimball went into half time trailing Rockford. Kimball came out in the second half press- ing again. With their effective press in action, Kimball came back and defeated the Rockets by a score of 33 to 32. Kimball was on their way to fin- ishing first in the tournament, the only team standing in their way was Eight advance to State record, and will face Will McCar- thy from Border West who has a 38-3 record. Marcus Hamer at 125 took home the first gold of the night for the Cubs and had a great sec- tion tournament. In the quarter finals, Marcus won a 7-0 decision over Gary Steffensen from Min- newaska. In the semi-finals, Mar- cus won by a 16-4 major decision over Preston Irsfeld from BEV, and in the finals, Marcus had a con- trolled match over Logan Peter- son from ACGC which he won by a 5-0 decision. Marcus heads into the state tournament with a 36-3 record and will face Levi Specht from Yellow Medicine East, who has a 28-10 record. Tyler Kuechle at 140 had to give it all he could, as he was the only Cub that had to confirm his trip to the state tournament with a true sec- ond match. In the quarter finals, Tyler won by a fall in 39 seconds over Jacob Demarais from HL-W- W. In the semi-finals, Tyler had a close match with Victor Lumley from Holdingford, winning by a 4-3 decision. In the finals, Tyler faced Larry Bomstad from ACGC, cur- rently ranked second, Tyler lost the match 7-13. If the person who takes third does not see the second place finisher, then there is a true sec- ond match, that is what happened in Tyler's bracket. In the true sec- ond match, Tyler beat Austin Collins from Osakis with a 5-2 decision con- firming his trip to state. Tyler will head into the state tournament with a 29-5 record, and will face Tyler Jackson from Kenyon-Wanamingo who has a 17-2 record. Jordan Joseph at 145 took home Kimball's second gold on the night, with a very controlled tour- nament. In the quarter finals, Jor- dan won a 6-0 decision over Cody Rupert from Osakis. In the semi- final match Jordan won a 6-4 decision over Josh Hiepler from Paynesville, and in the finals, Jordan faced off against ninth- ranked Matt Meyer from ACGC. By Mike Schindler, coach This last weekend, Min- newaska hosted the Section 5A individual wrestling tournament where the top two placers advance to the state touenament in St. Paul Friday March 4, and March 5. The Cubs came out of the tournament placing 13 kids out of a possible 14, and advanced eight into the state tournament. The Cubs set a new school record by advancing eight into the state tournament, the pre- vious record of five was tied last year and set in 2003. At 103, Mitchell Mckee started off with a fall in the quarter finals against Josey Tensen from B-B-E. In the semi-finals, Mitchell kept it going with a fall over Zach Scott from holdingford in 2:48. Mitchell came up on the losing end in the finals against Tyler Berghuis who is currently ranked third in state. Mitchell will head into the state tournament with a 35-5 record fac- ing Cody Hansen from St. James who has a 28-4 record. Quinten Berres at 112 started his tournament off with a fall in 2:53 over Adam Lane from Hold- ingford, this fall put Quinten tied for the most pins in one season at 22. In the semi-finals, Quinten won by an 8-5 decision over Ross Rath from B-B-E. In the finals Quinten had a great battle against seventh- ranked Jacob Braaten from Min- newaska, Quinten lost the match 7-11. Quinten will head into the state tournament with a 39-2 record and will face Jerod Novak from Aitkin who has a 29-7 record. Tanner Mills at 119 started his section tournament off with a fall in 1:08 over Caleb Blaisdell of Minnewaska. In the semi-finals, Tanner won his 100th career win over Trevor Scott from Holding- ford, Tanner won the match by a 9-3 decision. In the finals, Tan- ner had his hands full taking on third-ranked Hayden Rouser from ACGC, Tanner lost the match by a decision. Tanner will head into the state tournament with a 39-3 Peirz. Kimball got off to a great start, going into half time with an eight- point lead. Peirz came back in the second half with a little magic of their own. Peirz chipped away at the Cubs until they had the lead. Once Peirz had the lead they did not lose it. Despite working as hard as they possibly could, Kimball could not reverse the score and lost to Peirz by a score of 37 to 42. I would like to give a special thanks to the parents of the Kimball eighth-grade boys basketball play- ers. It was an honor to coach your boys. They worked very hard and I had a great time workingwith them. You should all be very proud of your sons. Jordan controlled the match the whole time and defeated Matt by a 3-1 decision. Jordan will head into state with a 38-2 record and will face Myles Moreno from Hayfield who has a 13-7 record. Caramon Hansen at 152 kept things rolling and brought home the third first-place finish. Cara- mon started out in the quarter finals with a fall in 1:33 over Adam Greg- ory of B-B-E. In the semi-finals, Car- amon had a physical match against Mike Downham from EV-W, Cara- mon came out on the winning end with a 5-4 decision. In the finals, Caramon wrestled a smart match, getting a 7-3 decision win over Mav- erick Whitcomb from ACGC. Cara- mon will head into the state tour- nament with a 33-5 record and will face Seth Hofland from New York Mills with a 32-10 record. David Joseph was the last Cub to qualify for the state tourna- ment with his first-place finish. In the quarter finals, David won by a fall in 28 seconds over Cody Kit- tleson from Minnewaska. In the semi-finals, David won by a fall in 5:13 over Kody Klein from Paynes- ville. In the finals, David won by a 10-4 decision over Brandon Walz from EV-W. David will head into the state tournament with a 37-2 record and will face off against Cory Wensmann from Royalton/ Upsala who has a 15-14 record. The Cubs did place 13 in the section tournament. Other kids that placed include: Mitch Pra- mann at 135 placed fifth, Travis Schiefelbein at 160 placed third, Quentin Bryce at 171 placed sixth, Alex Thurber at 215 placed fourth, and Austin Schiefelbein at hwt placed sixth. The Cubs will start off the 2011 state tournament at 9 a.m. Thurs- day, March 3, when they will face Lake Crystal Welcome Memorial in the quarter finals of the team tournament. Friday March 4, the individual part of the tournament will start and Kimball will start wrestling at 9 a.rn.