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PAGE 8 April 7, 2016 www.tricountynews.mn Kimball trap shooters fired .ylody Markgraf, coach Congratulations to the six stu- up for week dents advancing to the Section 5A Speech Tournament Saturday, one April 9, in Annandale. Senior Abbey Straley placed By Pat Garry, Staff Writer fifth in Discussion at the Sunday, April 3, was the open- Subsection 5A South meet on ing day of the trap shoot season. Thursday, March 31, the top six in "It was a beautiful day to hold our each category move on to the sec- first practice of the 2016 season, tion tournament. This is Abbey's This year our team consists of 44 second year in speech and in the athletes. Come on out and watch Discussion category. them shoot every Sunday from Sophomore Adrienne Rainer 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the KimballRod and Junior Hannah Bisila placed and Gun Club," said Coach Rob fifth and fourth respectively in Kuechle. Results: Top 5 Male: 1. Creative Expression, in Which Jack Knaus 48; 2. Aaron Serbus 46; they write and perform their origi- T3. Jacob Barman 45; T3. Hunter nal work. Both ladies have been in Davis 45; 5. Sam Ehlinger 44; Top speech for four years. Ms. Rainer 5 Female: 1. Kim Loycano 39; 2. has twice been meet champion Hannah Ehlinger 19; 3. Kaitlyn Truenow 18; T4. Arianna Davis 14; T4. Julia Zipoy 14. m__ KAHS Speech results at subsections Kimball Menus suasive speech written by her; she has been in the final round multiple times this season. This is Kaylee's second qualifica- Apr. 11-15 tion for sections in her third year Breakfast competing. this season with her performance, and Ms. Bisila has placed in the KAHS Speech took fourth place in the sub-section meet Thursday, March 31. Place winners from Kimball are, from left to top eight at several meets, right, Abbey Straley-fifth, Discussion, Hannah Bisila-fourth, Creative Expression, Bridgette Anderson-first, Serious Prose, Junior Kaylee Hechtel placed Ariel Laabs-first, Humorous Interpretation, Kaylee Hechtel-second, Original Oratory, and Adrienne Rainer-fifth, Creative second in Original Oratory, a per- Expression. Staffphoto by Marguerite Laabs. Monday: Breakfast pizza or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, veg- etable selection, juice, milk Tuesday: Sausage & eggwich or choice ofWG cereal, WG toast, veg- etable selection, juice, mill Wednesday: French toast stix, sausage patty or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, vegetable selec- tion, juice, milk. Thursday: Breakfast burrito or choice of WG cereal, WG toast, veg- etable selection, juice, milk. Friday: Scrambled eggs & sau- sage w/tri-tater or choice, of WG cereal, WG toast, vegetable selec- tion, juice, Lunch Monday: Soft shell taco with fix- ings or hot dog on WG bun, tomato soup, black bean salsa, diced toma- toes, seasonal fruit, milk. Tuesday: Hamburger hot dish, WG dinner roll or corn dog, tri- tater, peas & carrots, carrot sticks, seasonal fruit, milk. Wednesday: Meat loaf or sloppy Joe on WG bun, mashed potatoes & gravy, cole slaw, corn, s~easonal ~nfit, milk. Thursday: Beef chili & cheese or pork riblet on WG bun, fritos, dinner salad, green beans, sea- sonal fruit, milk. Friday:_ Sausage pizza or chicken patty on WG bun, pasta salad, green peas, cucumber salad, seasonal fruit, mile KAHS selling sections of old bleachers Senior and team cap- tain Bridgette Anderson is the Subsection 5A South Champion in Serious Interpretation of Prose. Bridgette's third year in speech and in this category has been her Riley Miller By Byron Westrich The Activities department is selling a two-foot section of the bleachers from the north gym. The old boards, which are no lon- ger safe to be used as bleachers, will be removed starting April 23. The bleachers are being taken out of the north gym (starting April 23) and replaced with new ones. (The bleachers on the north side, home section will have back- rests.) Both sides of the gym will be replaced in June. If you are interested in pur- chasing a section of the bleach- ers please contact the high school office at (320) 398-7700 $20 buys a two-foot section of the bleacher (including your name laser etched into it along with the Cubs logo). Ariel Laabs placed second with a throw of 38-02.5 in shot put. most successful. She has been Team members who all cam- meet to support and Cheer on their meet champion once and a finalist peted at subsections include teammates. in Prose several times this season, senior exchange student Diego Although the team has its Also a senior and team cap-Sbrollain Discussion, senior Louis smallest roster in 15 years, the tal- tain, Ariel Laabs is the Subsection Wojcik in Humorous, and sev- ent and dedication of these young 5A South Champion in Humorous enth-grader Julia Wall-Sanders people has been as big as it ever Interpretation for the second year. in Serious Poetry. While they did was. Coach Logan Bartholomew Ariel has been a speech team not advance to compete at the sec- and I can attest to the big hearts member since seventh grade, and tion tournament, the three stu- of these outstanding people and has made multiple appearances at dents worked excessively hard this are grateful to contribute to their the section tournament, season and will be attending the success. By Pat Garry, Staff Writer everyone is healthy. There weresome very Coaches Gordon Schlangen and Jason good performances, and I :am even more Mortenson traveled with the girls and boys -excited for the season and can't wait for to the annual CMC indoor meet at St. Cloud the outdoor meets. Also, congratulations State UniversitY Fieldhouse. This year's to Hannah on her record-breaking effortin competition took place Tuesday, March 29. high jump!" Coach Mortenson said. "At our first few meets, we try to limit our Boys' results: Boys' 55 Meter Dash: 1 experienced girls to one or two events and Blake Patrick, Holdingford 7.I5; EV-W-K: 4 let the younger girls gain some varsity expe- Haag, Deshaun Haag 7.46; 15 Tawner Cle rience," said Coach Schlangen. land-Schmitz 8.15; 27 George Matua 8.70; Highlights of the girls meet include: First Boys' 200 Meter Dash: 1 Blake Patrick, place and new Kimball school record of 5'4'; Holdingford 23.60; EV-W-K: 5 Adam in High lump, Hannah Ehlinger, (break- Nehring 25.81; 16 Tawner Cleland-Schmitz ing her own old record of 5T' that she broke 29.24; Boys 400 Meter Dash: Nolan Prokott, last year); second place High lump, Maddi Holdingford 56.10; EV-W-K: 5 Riley Miller Fox; first place 4x800 relay of Courtney 59.40; 6 Mickale Stotz 59.50; 11 Diego Geislinger, MakennaLudwig,AmayaLyrek, Sbrolla 1:03.30; Boys' 800 Meter Run: 1 Olivia Kuechle; second place 1600, Anna Luke Ryan, Holdingford 2:08.50; EV-W-K: Donnay; second place Shot, Ariel Laabs; 12 lake Blommer 2:32.50; 14 Zach Swenson third place 55 Hurdles, Abbey Straley. 2:35.30; Boys' 1600 Meter Run: 1 Connor "It was a good first competition and Schank, Howard Lake 4:45.30; EV-W-K: 12 Abbey Straley placed third with a time of 10.09 in the 55m hurdles. Samuel Ehlinger