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Thursday, April 15, 2010 .lt Tri:County News ,Kimball, MN £..4&apos; Leisure Page 17 ::/I/...IZ..IIII/I  __ HnHI]] I IIII I111 I Fourth Annual Kimball Express beanbag tournament With temperatures reaching nearly 70 degrees, 62 teams par ticipated in this year's tournament. The first bags were tossed at 11:30, and a new tournament champion was crowned at 4 p.m. Congrat- ulations to Preston Looman and Derek Kunkle for winning the 2010 tournament. This is the second time this combo has won. They won the first tournament back in 2007. Congratulations Preston and Derek. The Kimball Express would like to thank everyone that helped make this tournament a success. They would also like to thank everyone who came out to support the team by participating. Mark your calendars for next year's tournament. It will be tentatively scheduled for Saturday, April 9, 2011. Past tournament champions: 2010 - Preston Looman, Derek Kunkle 2009 - Adam Magnuson, Brett Magnuson 2008- Lamser, Lamser 2007 - Preston Looman, Derek Kunkle Baseball Joe Krippner, KAHS Ass't. Baseball Coach JV baseball opens season with win Solid pitching and good defense innings, Tritton kept the Silver- wins ball games, and that is what streaks off balance, striking out the cubs brought with them to six. The offense was led by Cole Osakis. Tritton Tschida came out Denn, going 2 for 2 with a double, throwing strikes, and the defense made plays behind him. In five ner Mills, Tim Konz and Austyn Schlueter. All around, the young Cubs put everything together that they have been working hard on and two runs batted in. Adding a all spring, and came away victori- hit each were Preston Peglow, Tan- ous. Great job Cubs. SPOIL-[ SCHEDULES Kimball Cubs EV-Watkins Ea Baseball Friday, April 16, 7 p.m.v. St. John's Prep (@ FaDer) THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 4 P.M.V. ACGC (Faber Field) Friday, April 16, 5 p.m. at MACCRAY MONDAY, APRIL 19, 4:30 P.M., V. HLWW MONDAY, APRIL 19, 4:30 P.M.V. BBE THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 4:30 P.M.V. ROCKFORD TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 4:30 P.M.V. PIERZ Softball THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 4:30 P.M.V. Thursday, April 15, 4 p.m. at ACGC ST. JOHN'S PREP Monday, April 19, 4:30 p.m., at BBE (Brooten) Friday, April 16, 4:30 p.m., at ACGC Tuesday, April 20, 4:30 p.m. at Pierz Monday, April 19, 4:30 p.m. at HLWW MONDAY, APRIL2 4:30 P.M.V. HOLDINGFORI] Thursday, April 22, 4:30 p.m. at Rockford Boys' Kimball-EV-W Golf Thursday, April 15, 4:15 p.m. at Pierz Monday, April 19, at Albion Ridges G.C. Thursday, April 22, 4:15 p.m. at HLWW Monday, April 26, 4:15 p.m. at Maple Lake Girls' Kimball-EV-W Golf THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 4:15 P-M. V. BBE, ROCKFORD, HLWW, PIERZ, MAPLE LAKE Monday, April 19, 4:15 p.m. at Prairie View G.C. Thursday, May 6, 4:15 p.m. at HLWW Monday, May 10, 4:15 p.m. at Maple Lake EV-W-Kimball Track Friday, April 16, 4:30 p.m. at Pierz Invitational Tuesday, April 20, 4 p.m., at BBE Invitational Monday, April 26, 4 p.m. at Maple Lake Invitational Thursday, April 29, 4 p.m. at Maple Lake Relays Sportsman, & Coin Chad Greenway Camp Minnesota Viking Chad Green- way's "Day to REACH" football camp is coming to Hutchinson this summer. It will take place from 8 a.m. July 16, to 5 p.m. July 17, at Hutchinson High School, organized by Ultimate Pros. This is for grades 4-9. Please join Chad Greenway and the Hutchinson REACH Program for team-building experience. Camp- ers will build their football knowl- edge along with key motivational elements needed to succeed. Other Vikings who will be in attendance will be Steve Hutchin- son and John Sullivan. The camp will be more than just football, but there will be charac- ter building and exercise/nutri- tion sessions as well. For more information or to reg- ister, please contact Chad R. Har- lander, REACH Program Coor- dinator at Hutchinson High School, (320) 587-2151, Ext. 5123 or (320) 582-0775, <chadh@hutch.>. Moose hunt permits 2010 bull moose hunting permit application deadline is May 7 Minnesota residents who wish to Hunters who received permits for participate in the 2010 moose hunt this fall in northeastern Minnesota must apply by Friday, May 7. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will make 213 permits available in 30 zones. Hunt participants will be selected in a random drawing. Season dates will be Saturday, Oct. 2, through Sunday, Oct. 17. Hunters may apply at any DNR license agent or at the DNR License Center at 500 Lafay- ette Road in St. Paul. "The moose season will continue because the few bulls that are taken almually do not significantly contrib- ute to overall moose mortali" said Lou Cornicelli, DNR big game coor- dinator. "We allocate moose licenses very conservatively and anticipate only about 100 will be harvested this fall by state hunters." Moose hunters must apply in parties of two to four individuals. An application fee of $3 per indi- vidual must be included with the application. Only Minnesota res- idents, at least 16 years of age, are eligible for the moose hunt. Only bull moose may be harvested. Kimball Sports Booster Club grant Help Kimball Sports Boosters earn a $2,500 Responsible moose hunts in 1991 and later are not eligible. The license fee is $310 per party. Attendance at an orienta- tion is mandatory for all hunters. The Moose Advisory Commit- tee, which the DNR convened to make recommendations regarding research and management of Min- nesota's moose population, recom- mended that declines in long-term harvest success rates and the bull- cow ratio be considered before elimi- nating the bulls-only moose hunting season. Neither factor has declined to a level that falls outside the com- mittee's recommendations. DNR wildlife researchers esti- mate that there are about 5,500 moose in northeastern Minnesota. Data collected during the 2010 aer- ial survey suggests that there is approximately one bull to every cow, creating a population ratio that results in a high percentage of cows being bred each fall. In 2009, there were 225 state bull-moose permits issued. Licensed hunters harvested 103 bull moose for a party success rate of 46 percent. Sports Community Grant! Kimball athletic fans, we need your help to accomplish this. See the three easy steps at the end of this story. For 20 youth sports organiza- tions demonstrating their com- mitment to responsibility on and off the field and court, Lib- erty Mutual will soon make a very memorable contribution, in the amount of a $2,500 Responsible Sports TM Community Grant. Kim- ball Sports Boosters is hoping to be one of them. The Kimball Sports Booster Club's mission is to provide Kim- ball area youth a challenging opportunity to develop their ath- letic skills at a healthy and com- petitive level, while keeping it fun. We promote good sportsmanship in our participants and their par- ents. We also promote and sup- port Kimball athletics at the high school level and other competitive activities at Kimball Area schools. Liberty Mutual recognizes the importance of community investment in youth sports. That's why they created the Responsi- ble Sports Community Grant pro- gram. Our team could win one of the 20 grants available. Follow these three easy steps. Don't wait, the Spring 2010 Grant period closes May 31. 1. Complete the online course and quiz. 2. Credit your favorite organi- zation. 3. Connect with your commu- nity for support. Get started at <Responsible Sports.cornGrant>, today. Farming, MN ° 548-3700 WINTER AUCTION SERVICE & GOATROPERS BAR 7th Annual Spring CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Saturday, April 17 ° Noon . Farming, MN 2ndCu,i00MeadowRay .Co,emanPowe00ate18voif _k t,;all t E . Gatco Knife Sharpening Kit CordlessDrill&Sawzall- J"i,_,,m,t e ie,n,m'f • Light & Bi-Pod Kit for Gun .2 Batteries w/Charger '11'_vfl I_ _1..1_ H". 10 Speed Huffy Bike . Large Lot of Toys ' N)WZ ..20' Lawn Edging ManYRidersLawn.Mowers-& Push _'  • 3 Tier Wood Flower Stand . t Fishing Tackle l fk=  .Dart Board (battery operated) . Tillers, Etc. "qF " -  • 36" Round Table • 24' Pontoon wfrrailer & • Drywall Spray Texture Gun 50 hp Motor • 1970 Ford Motorhome • Drywall Stilts • Fire Ring • Jim Beam Decanters - • Misc Table Tops • Chickens Some still full • Old Delta Truck Tool Box • Oak Lumber • 1881 "East Lake" Spoon • 2 Boxes of Edco Steel Siding • 3 Wagner Paint Sprayers Carved Ice Box Top Loading . Misc. Trim Boards • Extension Cords • Grapple for Skid Loader • Approx. 20 sf Drystack • Portable Deer Stand • Barge Box Cultured Stone . Tappers for Keg • 2 Row Stock Chopper • HP Scanjet Scanner • Gates • Home Design Software Kit GUNS • Home Sawed Lumber • 2 Partial 50 lb. boxes of . Stoeger Model 2000 • 31" Cobalt Blue Vase 8d Nails Semi-Auto 12 ga. 2-3/4 & • '95 G-20 Chevy 3/4 Ton • 1 box 1-1/4" Coil 3 Inch w/Extra Chokes Van 350 Roofing Nails • Knight 50 cal. Muzzle Loader • 2 Blue Sitting Chairs • Golf Clubs w/Bag • 7.35 cal. Italian Carcano Great Shape • Graphite Pool Cue 1939 • 2 TVs • Bear Compound Bow/Arrows "6.5 cal Italy Army Rifle 1940 • Piles of T Posts • Napa 12 Volt Battery • 22 cal. Gun • 100 Small Square Bales Charger-Starter 55/10/2 Amp. Misc. Guns Still Coming In MANY MANY MORE  ITEMS ARRIVING " r UP UNTIL SALE TIME "'.'s"  CLEAN OUT YOUR SHED!