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Thursday, March 31, 2011 Tri-County News Kimball, MN # 9 =. ...... Cubs girls' basketball season rewind By Jeremy Kuechle, coach The Kimball girls' basketball team had their 2010-2011 sea- son-ending banquet Thursday, March 17, at the Kimball Area High School. At the banquet, the play- ers, coaches, and families gath- ered to share in the memories provided by the seasons that just ended. The C-squad, coached by Joe Krippner, consisting of fresh- men Alexis Rose, Hollie Donnay, MacKenzie Dammann Eighth- graders Ashley Bauman, Dani- elle Helgeson, Hannah Serbus, Kristina Kastanek, Maddie Gas- per, Madelyn O'Brien, Nicole Vos- sen, and Victoria Denn lacked experience at this level, but mea- sured their season on improve- ment and player development throughout the season and did a wonderful job. The Junior Varsity Squad coached by Gary Reiss con- sisted of sophomores Raelynn Cal- lander, Alissa Jones, Casie Mack- ereth, Kenadi Mackereth, Breanne Meierhofer, Kaylee Petty, Paiten Schreiner, Allie Seth, Hannah Zipoy, and juniors Sam Stuve and Kayla Overland. The JV Squad fin- ished with a strong 16-8 season record, as they prepare for their future varsity level careers. The varsity team enjoyed the first win- ning season since the 2002-2003 season. The girls finished with a 14-12 record, 7-7 in the CMC, earned a #3 seed for the Sub Sec- tion 5AA Playoffs, won their home playoff game before the season ended on a heartbreaking 49-47 loss in the Sub Section Semifinals. Season individual award winners were recognized as follows: Team leader in steals was Rachel Arnold (88 steals), highest free throw Per- centage was Liz Kastanek (74 per- cent), hustle award winner was Klarissa Eisenbraun, leading scorer (298 points) Mandy Witten- berg, leading assists (70 assists) Rachel Arnold, and leading rebounder (209 rebounds) Mandy Wittenberg. Kimball had three all- conference selections with Mandy Wittenberg being named First Team All Conference, and Rachel Arnold and Megan Garding being named Second Team All Confer- ence. Wittenberg and Garding were also named to the All Sub Section 5AA Team. CMC Academic All Conference selections were Rachel Arnold and Erin Ding- mann. Spotlight on Scholarship Silver winners are Brooke Merten, Kayla Overland, Liz Kastanek, Nat- alie Stein, and Sam Stuve. Spot- light on Scholarship Gold win- ners are Mandy Wittenberg, Bre- anne Meierhofer, Erin Dingmann, and Rachel Arnold. There was one new record this season as Erin Dingmann tied a school record of three-point field goals made in Sports Leisure lq]r HN! F'age 5 potato bake, glazed carrots, dinner roll, and lemon dessert. Senior Dining offers a nutritious meal in a warm and caring atmo- sphere with friendship and fun for persons 60 years of age and over. Join us! Call 398-2211 extension 13 for more information. Partially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Coun- Kimbatl schools Menu Apr. 4-8 Breakfast Monday:. Cereal choice, slice of toast, fruit choice, milk. Tuesday: Scrambled eggs & =heese, slice of toast, juice choice, milk. Wednesday: Pancake, sausage patty, juice choice, milk. Thursday: French toast, ham slice, fruit choice, milk. Friday: Breakfast burrito with eggs, cheese & toppings, juice choice, milk. Lunch Monday: Sloppy Joe on wheat or hamburger gravy over mashed potatoes, cucumber ranch salad, sliced wheat bread, cantaloupe wedge, mill Tuesday: Turkey chow mein with noodles & rice or Italian tur- key sandwich, dinner salad, sliced wheat bread, peach slices, milk. Wednesday: Beefy nachos & cheese or chicken patty on wheat, corn, sliced wheat bread, pear slices, milk. Thursday: Italian dunkers or corn dog, green beans, sliced wheat bread, watermelon, milk. Friday: Grilled cheese sandwich or cheeseburger on wheat, milk. imbalI senior Dinin00 Menu pr. 4-8 Monday-Euchre, Blood ssures: Hamburger-rice hotdish, beets, warm fruit compote, ice cream. Tuesday-Euchre: BBQ chicken, calloped potatoes, creamy cole- slaw, wheat bread, peanut butter bar. Wednesday-Pie of the Month: Meatloaf, au gratin potatoes, con- fetti vegetable salad, wheat bread, homemade pecan pie with top- ping. Thursday: Pork roast, whipped 9otatoes w/gravy, vegetable med- ley, dinner roll, Jell-O poke cake. Friday-Bingo: Vegetable egg bake or egg bake with ham, tri- tator patty, orange juice coffee- cake, baked apple slices. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are avail- able at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Par- tially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Council of Aging as part of the Older Amer- icans Act and administered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. cil on Aging as part of the Older American Act and administered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. Iill News 3-22-11 W L A M Maus 44 19 Kimball Rescue 44 19 R & R Construction 43 20 Aqua Lanes 35 28 Stuve's Auto Ranch 30 33 Gohmann's Foods 28 35 Fair Haven Electric 17 46 Ind. high game and series: Allison Kor- smo 215, 508; Jenn Schlangen 206, 189, 522; Lynn Adolph 501. Team high game and series: A M Maus 600, 1630; R & R Construction 570; Gohmann's Foods 568, 1636; Aqua Lanes 1622. 160 game or better: Allison Korsmo 215, 160; Jenn Schlangen 206, 189; Bobbi Olson 180, 161; April Hanisch 180; Lynn Adolph 178, 174; Karla Adolph 172; Dawn Lueders 167; Diane Spiczka 161. Commercial League 3-24-11 H & S Heating/AC 99 69 Kimball Legion 92 76 H & S Geothermal 84 84 Kim-Built 82 86 l & B Masonry 80.5 8Z5 KFD 80 88 Triple R 77.5 90.5 SOBs 77 91 Weekly top ten: Jerremy Vinar 268, 633; Mike Neil 235,207, 610; Jeremy Salzb- run 244, 603; Aaron Winter 228, 567; Matt Weisman 200, 564; Toby Went- zlaff 220, 561; Matt Adolph 533; Mike Schmidt 212, 530; Tony Stewart 227, 519; Bill Liedman 212, 518. Aqua Belles 3-14-11 Tessmer Gravel Gals 31 11 Studio 44 28 14 Gilberts Gals 26 16 Alfs 22 20 AK Graphics 17 25 160 games and over: ]ulie Vinar 165, 154; Renita Rohloff 164; Carol Jordan 164, 172; Jodi Vinar 175, 203; Diane Spiczka 190; Katie Niesen 162, 165; Jill Miller 164. Aqua Belles 3-21-11 Tessmer Gravel Gals 31 11 Studio 44 35 14 Gilberts Gals 28 21 Alfs 27 22 AK Graphics 17 32 160 games and over: Jane Schmidt 162; Carol Jordan 164; Jodi Vinar 169, 210; Andrea Miller 192; Jill Miller 161; Annette Tessmer 179, 164; Julie Vinar 183. 500 series and over: Jodi Vinar 536. Saturday, Every Friday night during Lent all Garage !,!,, im Ellis, Owner 55 on Catholic Charities Senior Dining Easter Dinner Catholic Charities Senior Din- ing of Kimball is holding a special ter Dinner Tuesday, April 19, at St. Anne's church beginning at 11:15 a.m. The events of the day include early coffee with treats and indoors egg hunt. The following special menu will be served: Sliced ham, creamy ,ubm/tad photo. one game with five against Swan- ville on Feb. 4. CMC athletes of the week award winners throughout the season were Megan Garding, Mandy Wittenberg, and Rachel Arnold. Congratulations go out to all members of this seasons team as everyone involved help make this season a successful one with much hard work and dedication, while making a big committment to the entire program. We wish the seniors, Shannon Donnay, Klar- issa Eisenbraun, Megan Garding, and Natalie Stein good luck and thank them for helping make Kim- ball girls' basketball a great expe- rience. Go Big Blue! The 2010-11 Kimball Cubs girls' basketball team and coaches. Front row, leftto right: Raelynn Callander, Sam Stuve, Liz Kastanek, Natalie Stein, and Kayla Overland. Middle row: Kaylee Petty, Breanne Meierhofer, Brooke Merten, Klarissa Eisenbraun, Kenadi Mackereth, and Paiten Schreiner. Back row: coach Jeremy Kuechle, Allie Seth, Rachel Arnold, Erin Dingmann, MandyWittenherg, Megan Garding, Shannon Donnay, Casie Mackereth, and assistant coach Gary Riess. Not pictured are assistant coach Joe Krippner, manager Shelby Schiefelbein, and manager Cailyn Kuechle.