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Kimball Komets volleyball team in Cubs boys' basketball v Lakers, Jaguars tournament play uars last Friday night in a make-up Connor Wittenberg and Pres- game from January. Playing short- ton Peglow led the Cubs in scor- By Marguerite Laabs pool and moved on to the Gold handed, Kimball started out great ing with 16 and 15 points respec- The Kimball Komets 15s team Division for bracket play. against the number two-ranked tively. Wittenberg also added traveledtoPillagerSunday, March3, During the first game of bracket team in state. The Cubs led for the six rebounds. Mathias' Hennen for the Central Lakes Tournament. play, the Komets faced the second- first 10 minutes of the game. B -B-E handed out three assists and Cam- The Komets started out slowly, place team of the pool B, LPGE finally tied the score at 17 with eron Hunt and Preston Peglow and lost their first match in pool Thunder. The girls continued 7:04 left in the half. Kimball stayed each had three steals. The Cubs play 2 games to 1 v the Becker their winning ways and silenced close, and trailed by only three, finished the regular season with Inferno. The second match in pool the Thunder in two games. Sartell 30-33, at-the break, an 11-13 overall record, and a 5-9 play went better, and they came Blue then played the first-place In the second half, poor shoot- conference record, goodforafifth- away with a 2 to 1 win' over Gran- team from pool B, Central City. It ing and turnovers hurt the Cubs. place finish in the CMC Confer- ite City Green. The Komets con- was a very close match, with Sar- Kimball shot only 20 percentence. Kimball will travel to Rock- tinued their winning ways during tell coming out thewinner 2 games (4/20) from the field after inter- ford on Thursday night, March 7, their last match of pool play, win- to 1. The Kimball Komets and Sar- mission. The Cubs also commit- to t ke on the Rockets in the first ning over Sartell Blue 2 games to 1. tell Blue then faced off in the Gold ted nine second-half turnovers, round of tournament play. After pool play was completed, the Division Championship. Kimball After a great effort, the Cubs fell by Komets were tied with Sartell Blue came out on top, again defeating a 66-47 score. in wins and losses. Since Kimball Sartell in 2 games. The Komets will had won the match v Sartell, the be at St. Ben's Sunday, March 10, Komets were seeded first in their for their next tournament. School menu Kimball Komets 15s volleyball team are, in back, left to right, Ariel Laabs, Kenzie Leither, Stephanie Hurrle, Becky Holtz, Trinity Erickson, and coach Tesslyn Callander. In front are Tashi Kunkel, Montana Tschida, and Shay Krippner. At right, Ariel Laabs goes up to hit during a tournament match with the Becker Inferno. Staff photos by Marguerite Laabs. KAHS speech at Sauk By Jody Markgraf coach Kimball Speechers traveled to Sank Centre Saturday, March 2, to compete with 16 schools for top honors. At a speech tournament, students are ranked in each of three preliminary rounds, where competition is randomly drawn. Scores are then tallied, and speak- ers with the eight highest ranks meet ina fourth round. In this final round, the speakers are scored'by three judges. Team points are tal- lied based on both preliminary and final round scores. Kimball Speech had an Amaz- ing day at Saul Centre today. Although the team placed fourth in the large team division, we had 12 people in finals, including five in the top three, and scored second-most points in the final round. We also had two important firsts today: Junior Kim Fennema earned a place in the final round of Storytelling for the first time ever. Alissa Jones, a senior who has been part of the speech team since eighth grade, and who has placed second approximately a dozen times over her career, finally earned a Champion medal in Extemporaneous Reading. Con- grats to all the speechers who competed! Here are the medal/ribbon winners: Duo: Alex Harter and Blake Lierman-Fox, sixth place Extemporaneous Reading: Centre By Iay Klein, coach Cubs fall to Lakers The Kimball Cubs trav- eled to Howard Lake last Tues- day, Feb. 26, to take on the How- ard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Lak- ers. The game started out close, as the Cubs pounded the ball inside against the Lakers. Kimball was down.one (8-9) with 11:47 remain- ing in the half. HL-W-W then went on a run to increase their lead to 17 at the half (37-20). The Cubs tried changing zone defenses in the second half to see if it would be more effective in slow- ing down the Lakers. HL-W-W pro- ceeded to hit eight three-pointers after the break to increase kheir lead. The Lakers won by a 71-43 Score. Austin Roerick and loey Von- Wahlde led the Cubs in scor- ing with 10 points each. Roerick also added 12 rebounds. Cam- eron Hunt had five assists and three steals. The Cubs record now stands at 11-12 on the season and 5-8 in conference. Cubs give Jaguars first-half scare The Cubs traveled to Belgrade- Brooten-Elrosa to take on the Jag- Mar. 1 1-15 Breakfast Monday: Sausage patty & cheese on an English muffin, juice or fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, juice or fruit, milk. Wednesday: Toasted cheese bread, sausage patty, juice or fruit, milk. Thursday: Egg bake, juice or fruit, milk. Friday: Pancake or French toast, sausage patty, juice or fruit, milk. Lunch Monday: Salisbury steak w/ gravy, mashed potatoes, bread stick or taco salad w/tortilla chips, corn, tomato wedges, broccoli florets, fresh apple, diced pears, milk. Tuesday: Hot dog on a WG bun or sloppy Joe on a WG bun, baked beans, Romaine salad w/FF dress- ing, carrot sticks, melon slice, pine- apple tidbits, milk. Wednesday: Roast turkey, mashed potatoes w/WG roll or dell sub on a WG bun, tomato wedges, celery sticks, orange wedges, apple- sauce, milk. Thursday: Walking taco or chef salad w/WG roll, green beans, ,green peas, cucumbers, black bean picco, apples-peaches, milk. Friday: Fish sandwich with cheese or Italian dunkers, apple crisp w/oat topping, carrot sticks, broccoli, radishes, kiwi-mixed fruit milk. March 2 Saturda March 9 I0 am- 4 pm IMA( 10375 County Road 8, ', Located in Pearl Lake (Marry) r to bookyour appointment 320-282-2071 Re ster for reat Door Prizes! Stol in! Check-OUt Our New Salon! Kimball Boosters Summer Alissa Jones, fourth from left, is a Senior who has been part ff the Kimball speech team since eighth grade. She has placed second approximately a dozen times over in her career, and she inally earned a champion medal in Extemporaneous Reading. Subnitted photo. Alissa Jones, Champion Extemporaneous Speaking: Katelyn Lichte, third place Great Speaches: Jonathan Bisila, Champion Humor: Ariel Laabs, fifth place; Holly Dahlinger, second place Informative: Erin Diffley, Hon- orable Mention Megan Bisila, eighth place McKenzie Dammann, seventh place Original: Shelby Schiefelbein, fifth place Poetry: Tess Vossen, Honorable Mention Storytelling: Kim Bekley, eighth place; Maicy Vossen fifth place; Olivia Straley, second fiace On Saturday, March 9th, Kim- ball speechers and parents host the 9th Annual Empress Invita- tional at Kimball Area High School. Rounds begin at 9 a.m., 10:2(3 a.m., and 11:40 a.m. Final rounds will begin approximately at 1:30 p.m., and awards wffl begin by 3:30 p.m. Please come out and support your Kimball Speechers: there is no charge to watch the meet, ard the schedule will be available tie day of the tournament. Tuesday, March 19, 6 pm Kimball High School Cafetorium 6:00: Meeting 6:30: Registration Baseball Contact: Fritz Hoffmann: 320-309-9235 Softball Contact: Roger Utecht: 320-980-1934 ,.P Must be registerec by Monday, Apr-ill or you may not be guaranteed a s 3ot on a team.