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KES fourth-srade boys' basketball takes first The fourth-grade boys' basketball team won first place in their recent basketball tournament. The team is pictured, from left to right, in front row Matthew Loch, Austin Donnay, and Gabe Becker. In second row are Jed Spaulding, Josh Donnay, Hunter Hickman, Jack Knaus, and Jake Spaulding. In back are coaches Brian Becke , Jason Spaulding, and and Tom Knaus. Submitted photo. Kimball youth wrestling head to tournament KES music concert Kimball Elementary School presented a vocal and instrumen- tal music concert Tuesday, Feb. 26. Performances were at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the Kimball Elementary Gym. The Elementary Band was directed by Keith Haake. Band pieces played: "March of the Romans" "American Spirit March" "Beethoven's Ninth" "Jubilee" Elementary music perfor- mances of grades 4-6 were directed by Arlene Sands. Grade 4 Speakers Andrea Jendro and laden Degree "Over the Rainbow" with solo- ists Grace Rowland, ]acki Mass- mann, and Emma Gustafson Speakers Cody Anderson and Amanda Curtis "Happy Wanderer" with solo- ists Madison Streit and Mathew Loch Speaker Caitlyn Carlson "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" Speaker Julia Wall-Sanders "I Am But a Small Voice" Riley Spoden Speaker Gracelyn Powell "Bundle Buggy Boogie Woogie" Rappers Brandon Guggisberg, Hunter Hickman, and Alex Olson Pianist Zya Lueders "Route 66" soloist Mathew Eich M.C.s were ]enna Lund and Bailee Schiefelbein Grade 5 Pianist Rebecca Binsfeld "Down By the Riverside" Tam- bourines-Corban Elznic, Adam Feb. 26 Frilstad, and Brandon Rosha Pianist Mikaela Heid "I Believe I Can Fly" with solo- ists Noah Young, Brian Binsfeld, and Cailyn Kuechle "Play a Simple. Melody" with ensemble Cailyn Kuechle, Rebecca Binsfeld, Arianna Davis, Taijah Capes, Bailee Schiefelbein, Mikaela Heid, Justice Boyer, ius- tina Niemi, and Emily Grell "Tomorrow" with Mikaela Heid "Yakety Yak" "Under the Sea" - volunteer stu- dents Grade 6 "Blue Skies" "Part of Your World" with Dan- ielle Lyrek "Glory, Glory, Hallelujah" "My Heart Will Go On" with Sopia Walz "I Got Rhythm" with dancer Justine Miller "Strike Up The Band" with whistler Israel Elznic; Instrument Players are Cole Gasper, DeAndre Borge, Danielle Lyrek "Alexander's Ragtime Band" with Israel Elznic, Tori Banken, and Athena Capes "The Rose" with Sophia Walz and Danielle Lyrek Applause Sign done by Carl Blanchard Finale "God Bless the U.S.A." with grades 4-6 Flags done by Trevor Combs, Chloe Hamacher, Joel Hendrick- son, Riley Miller, Zack Streit, and McKenna Wills. Special thanks go to Mary WeSt, Eric Peterson, Jim Houseman an~, Pat Merten. These Kimball youth wrestlers will compete Saturday, March 23, in the Jaycees State Tournament in Albany. Pictured from left to right, kneeling are Lucas Jansky, Hank Meyer, Cody Leither, Conner Carlson, Mason Danelke and August Reddeman. Standing are Michael Donnay, Nicholas Bowen, Lucas Jurek, Robert Spoden, Jayden Randall, Jimmy Wicker and Ace Meyer. Photos courtesy of Amanda Garding. From left to right are Zack Holtz, Ashton Hanan and Carter Holtz. They are wrestling on Saturday, March 23, in New London in the NYWA Regions wrestling tournament. This tournament gives them the chance to compete in the NYWA State Tournament. TEAM FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOU CAN MCCANN 320.905.2679 KAHS Winter Band By Maxine Doran Monday, March 11, the Kim- ball Area High School Junior and Senior Band performed their win- ter concert under the direi=tion of Keith Haake. Mr. Haake has selected various styles of music to give his students an experience of tempo, range, themes, and challenges. The stu- dents even experienced a sam- pling of opera literature. Concert is a hit The Junior High Band presented: "Tribute and Triumph" by David Shaffer "An English Celebration" by James Swearingen with solos by Caitlin O'Brien on the flute and Maicy Vossen on clarinet "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" by Elton John, arranged by ]ohnnie Vinson, (remember The Lion King movie?) "Raiders March" (of Indiana Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. ]ones fame) by John Williams, arranged by Paul Lavender "Sons of Liberty" by Larry Neeck, with snare drum solo by Monte Albert Senior High Band presented: "America, the Beautiful" by Samuel Augustus Ward, a stun- ning arrangement by Carmen Dragon that has been performed by bands and ensembles almost as many times as our national anthem "Devonshire Overture" by James Ployhar "On a Hymnsong of Philip Bliss" by David Holsinger; a piece full of the emotion and flavor of the beloved hymn "It is Well With My Soul" "Les Miserables" by Claude- Michel Schonberg, arranged by Warren Barker. Soloists were Aus- tin Roerick on trumpet, Tessa Mackereth on flute, and Ashlee Alrich on tenor sax. The band members will soon be going to solo and ensemble con- test, followed by a trip to Chicago.