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mllllmU:lMBnnmmiiiuliim 1!,!!, ! lJJmllLllMllilllliUl i!Llltill til lllllllJ,Illli || |  . Page 12 Sports Lci, Thursday, April 22, 2010 Sllr Tri-County News. Kimball, MN Baseball SUN., APRIL 25, 2 P.M., V. COLD SPRING ROCKIES. SAT., MAY 1, 4 P.M., V. FOLEY. Sun., May 2, 2 p.m., at Eden Valley. WED., MAY 5, 6:30 P.M., V. DASSEL. Visit kimballexpress.com, the official website of Kimball Express. Kimball Express 2010 outlook By BrooksMarquardt like to welcome back Justin Hill. The Kimball Express had a 2009 record of 21-15 and fell one win short of reaching the state tourna- ment. The Express finished the '09 season with a team batting average of.268. The team ERA was 4.15, 1.96 runs fewer per nine innings than the 2008 season. Tom Marquardt will continue to manage the team in 2010. He has been the manager for 22 seasons, and is 181-91 over- all. The Express will have a full ros- ter this year as everybody returns from the '09 season. The rotation is young, but has gained good experi- ence and confidence from last year when they were called upon on a regular basis. New additions: Justin Hill - The Express would Justin returns to the Express after a four-year layoff. Justin brings pitching experience to the Express, and he will be asked to log some innings on the mound. Burke Tagney - Burke, a 2009 graduate of Kimball, will add depth at the catching position. Tagney is currently attending Val- ley City State University in Vail@- City, N. D. He is playing baseball and studying business. The Kimball Express opened the season Sunday, April 18. They open up Central Valley League play at Kim- ball Sunday; April 25, vs. the Cold Spring Rockies. The first pitch is set for 2 p.m. Please come out to the ball- park and cheer for the Express as they start their new season. II ] I]00TheftSmaff ID TheftSmart licensed investigators do most of the work for the victims of identity theft, but can also provide expert consuttativeadvice for those situations that don t require restoration services. - Confirm identity fraud and identify its nature and scope - Assist in obtaining a police report Provide trPmerged credit report and perform full non-credit searches - Work.on behalf of cardholders until all identity theft issues have been verifiably resolved * Place seven year fraud victim statements with credit reporting agencies when applicable Easy. Affordable. Peace of Mind, Sign Up Today. STATE BANK OF KIMBALL P.O. BOX 70 KIMBALL, MINNESOTA 55353 (320) 398-3500 www.tatebankofklrnbail.com Kimball girls' golf Girls' Golf Invitational April 12 The 2010 Kimball Golf Invita- tional for girls took place Monday, April 12. The scores were: Kimball/ Eden Valley-Watkins - 381; Rock- ford - 397; Pierz - 421; Maple Lake - 430; Belgrade-Brooten-Erosa - 467; and Kimball/Eden Valley- Watkins J.V. - 472. Leading as the medalist, indi- vidual golfer was Erin Dingmann with 40+45 -- 85. Other scores were: Paiten Schreiner44+46= 90; Saman- tha Dvorsak 46+48 = 94; Chelsea Woodrich 48+50 = 98; Jordan Gruen- demann 50+48 = 98; Krystal Becker 46+53 = 99; Kelly Mackereth 46+55 = 101; Beth WoitaUa 52+50 = 102; Annie Schwede 47+56 = 103; Sam Herold 47+56 = 103. CMC girls golf at Kimball April 15 The girls' golf CMC match was Thursday, April 15, at the Kim- ball Golf Club. Again, Erin Ding- mann was the medalist with a score of 38. Other players on the Kim- ball/Eden Valley-Watkins team received the following scores: Erin Dingmann38; Kelly Mackereth 55; Paiten Schreiner 47; Jenna Maus 59; Chelsey Maus 46; and Kelsi Woods 52. The team total score was 183. Team score totals for CMC are: B-B-E 229, previous total 227, run- ning total is 456; HL-W 227; Pierz 204, previous total 223, running total 427; Rockford 194, previous total 201, running total 395; K/ EV-W 183, previous total 201, run- ning total 384; Maple Lake 207, previous total 225, running total 432; Osakis 190, previous total 199, running total 389. The next match is at Belgrade- Brooten-Elrosa Monday, April 19. EWW-K Track and Field Pioneer Invitational The EV/W-Kgifts' track team took first place at the Pierz Pioneer Invita- tional Track and Field Meet Friday, April* 16. The boys finished in fourth place. It was windy and cooled off a lot after the sun went down. The pole vault finished in the dark, that area of the Pierz track is not lighted. Molly Hesse took first place in the 400m dash, and Shawney Kramer took first in the discus throw. Holly Erickson placed sec- ond in the 100m hurdles; the 4xl00m relay team placed second; Macki Nelson placed second in the pole vault and Sarah Messer placed second in the shot put. There were several third-place finishers on both the girls' and the boys' teams. Great job athletes and coaches! The girls' team results were: EWW-K first-131.5; Pierz and Foley tie for second-105; Albany fourth-97; MilaCa fifth-74; Crosby- Ironton sixth-60.5; Holdingford seventh-58; Royalton eighth-48. The boys' team results were; Foley first-177; Pierz second-125; Albany third-100.5; EWW-K fourth-70.5; Milaca fifth-70; Hold- ingford sixth-57; Crosby-Ironton seventh-44; Royalton eighth-34. Girls' Individual places: 100m Macki Nelson third: Liz Kastanek fourth; Nicole Orth seventh; 200m Liz Kastanekthird;Amber Besonen eighth; Chelsey Orth 19th: 400m Molly Hesse first, Erica McCann 10th; Lauren Edwards 14th; 800m Maria Donnay 10th; 100m hur- dles Holly Erickson second, Tif- fany Kuechle third; Kelsey Theisen 6th; 300m hurdles Tiffany Kuechle fourth, Holly Erickson fifth, Kelsey Theisen 10th; 4xl00m relay sec- ond; 4x200m relay fourth; 4x400m relay third; 4x800m relay 4th. High jump Morgan Meyer fifth; Molly Hurrle llth; Shelia Knoz 13th; pole vault Macki Nelson sec- ond; Molly Hesse eighth; Nicole Klein ninth; long jump Macki Nel- son third; Morgan Meyer eighth; triple jump Morgan Meyer fourth; Tiffany Kuechle 10th; shot put Shawney Kramer third; Sarah Messer eighth; Casey Schlan- gen 12th; discus throw Shawney Kramer first; Sarah Messer sec- ond; Casey Schlangen fifth. Boys' individual places:100m Tyler Loch fifth; Ryan McCann 9th; De' Angelo James 12th; 200m Tyler Loch sixth; Ryan McCann 10th; De' Angelo James 16th; 400m Alex Mies fourth; Torey Rohloff 12th, Conner Witten- berg 16th; 800m Dan Fruth 10th, ShadleyCalahan 12th; 1600m Mitch- ell Fischbach llth, Cameron Wit- tenberg 15th, Brandon Lichte 16th; 3200m Jacob Asfeld llth; ll0m hur- dles Nathan McCann third; Lenny Garrick ninth; 300m hurdles Nathan McCann fourth; Joe James fifth; Lenny Garvick 9th; 4xl00m relay third; 4x200m relay third; 4x400m relay third; 4x800m relay fourth. High jump Kirby Knutson sixth; Nathan McCann llth; pole vault Danny Lochen seventh; Trevor Baumann eighth; Erik Mares 13th; long jump Tyler Loch third; Trevor Baumann ninth; Ryan McCann 13th; triple jump Joe James third; Dan Fruth 12th; Erik Mares 13th; shot put Devin Brutger 12th; Nick Koltes 17th; Jesse Hedlund 22nd; discus throw Devin Brutger fifth; Jacob Asfeld 14th; Ed Nelson 20th. The next meet will be in Bel- grade at 4 p.m., Tuesday, April 20. Check the school's Web site for information about events. Kala Overland at Pierz Invitational meet April 16, 4x800m relay. Submitted photo. EV/W-K track and field Paynesville Invitational Meet The track team competed at the Paynesville Invitational Meet Tuesday, April 13. The girls' team placed fourth and the boys' team placed third. Shawney Kramer placed first in the shot put and the discus throw, Molly Hesse placed first in the 400m race, the boys' relay teams took first in the 4x200 and the 4x800. The boys placed second in the 4xl00m relay, the 4x400m relay, 200m dash and long jump. The girls placed second in the 4x200 relay pole vault, long jump and shot put. The gifts' team results were: Paynesville first-171.33, St. Cloud Cathederalsecond-127.33,MapleLake third-123.83, EV/W-K fourth-ll7.5, Melrose fifth-54, St. Cloud Chris- tian School sixth-40, Howard Lake- Wavefty-W'msted seventh-30, Bel- grade-Brooten-Elrosa eighth-21. The boys' team results were: St. Cloud Cathederal first-145, Maple Lake second-122, EWW-K third-ll9, HL-W-W fourth-90.5, Paynesville fifth-88, Melrose sixth- 57, B-B-E seventh-48.5, St. Cloud Christian School eighth-21. Girls individual places: 100m Liz Kastanek eighth; 200m Saman- WE'VE GOT ...but it's ONLY for new High-Speed Internet customers! tha Stuve sixth; 400m Molly Hesse first; 100m hurdles Tiffany Kue- chle sixth; 300m hurdles Holly Erickson fifth, Tiffany Kuechle eighth; 4xl00m relay fifth; 4x200m relay second; 4x400m relay third 4x800m relay third. High jump Sheila Knoz seventh, Rachel Lahr eighth; pole vault Macki Nelson second, Samantha Stuve fourth; Nicole Klein fifth. Long jump Macki Nelson sec- ond; Morgan Meyer seventh;-shot put Shawney Kramer first, Sarah Messer second; dis- cus throw Shawney Kramer first; Sarah Messer third; Casey Schlan- gen sixth. Boys' individual places: 100m Ryan MaCann fourth; James De'Angelo sixth; 200m Tyer Loch second; Danny Lochen fourth; 400m Alex Mies third; 800m Dan Fruth seventh; Sam Femrite eighth; 3200m Jacob Asfeld eighth; ll0m hurdles Nathan MaCann sixth: 300m hurdles Joe James third; Nathan MaCann sixth; 4xl00m relay second; 4x200m relay first; 4x400m relay second; 4x800m relay first. Pole vault Danny Lochen fourth; Erik Mares sixth, Trevor Baumann seventh. Long jump Trevor Baumann ............... ;: second: Ryan MaCann third; Tay- lor Breauchy fourth; Tyler Loch eighth. Triple jump Joe James third; Erik Mares sixth: shot put Joe ::; i:i:: ?:iiii!:!!!:i!i:iiii:i Holdvogt eighth.