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Awards night were the three individual awards given to the team leader in free throw percentage, assists, and .. defensive effort points. Central Minnesota Conference All.Conference Team 1990-91 o 'my Kuechle- Jr. Kimball "todd Faber. Sr EVW tJ . " _ amie Niesen- Sr. EVW ISchaefer- $r. St. Joh ;i ..Stalerger- Sr. St. Johns ='mtin Hegna - Sr Becker i |  Hnsmann- Sr. Becker ':reuly Karpinske- Sr Becker UI r'eve Kimman - Jr. Pierz ,C 8bane Poepping. jr. Pierz 00.'00s0000uch-Jr .oldmg ,J0el Carlson- Sr. BigLake place S on CMC ratulations to Henry v,..: and Jeremy Kuechle who  C to be members of o... C First Team All- -"merence basketball team. - Ist Team  Vuechle - 1 st Team also, to Doug Albert, and Jason Who were selected to team Aft-Conference. All-Conference Team members are coaches vote for his own young men are of the awarded to individual honor the success as a whole enjoyed. the Cbs to the fine Ceafereace Overall 11-3 . 185 11-3 17-6 10-4 17-6 10-4 23-7 8-6 15-9 3-11 3-19 2-12 3-19 1-13 3-17 Secmd Tsam I. Jon Albert- Jr. Kimball 2. Doug Jewison - St'. Kimball 3. Jason Spanlding- Ft. Kimball 4. Scott O'Brien - Sr. St. Johns 5. Jamie Rachoy - Sr. St. Johns 6. Eric Walz - Sr. St. Johns 7. Steve Lenz- Sr. EVW 8. Ken Schmitz - Jr. EVW 9. Mike Lundeen - Jr. Becker 10. Dave Woitalla - Sr. Pierz 11. Mark Kjesbo- Sr. Maple Lake 12. Chris Paumen- Soph. M. Lake 13. Lowell Streit- Jr. Holdingford All.Conference Team Doug Jewison - 2nd Team Jason Spaulding - 2nd Team Jon Albert - 2nd Team Other awards that were presented this post Thursday evening at the Winter Sports Congratulations to Doug jewison who led the team in free throws making 28 of 51 attempts for 75%. Congratulations to Henry Lange who led the team in assists with 111 (4.8/game) and also in defensive effort points. I . Town Team ub, bd bses..mm, op.,,.r to L,,xmb,,I By Joa Jaeobs Kimball Town Team lost the season opener and wasted a good pitching effort by starter Arnie Schindler and Tim Schindier in middle relief. Kimball's offense was absent as all that Kimball cmfld manage was seven hits in Luxemburg took advantage of Kimball's rusty play and played solid fundamental baseball. In the first inning the Brewers scored two runs after a walk and a base hit put runners at the corners and an error allowed the runners to each home safely. Lux. continued the offensive output in the second with a solo homr run by Larry Koshiol and then added one rnn in tho 3rd, two more in the 4th, one in th 6th, and finally added 4 more runs in the eighth to end thoir scoring. KimbaU's only offensive threat came in the sixth inning when Tim Schindier singled and then was advanced to sedon on Tom Marquardt's single. Sehindler then advanced to third while Marquardt was forced out at second on Jamie Leither's srmmd ball to short. Then the high drama kicked in when, gasp, Leither was given the steal sign. Tension was high. Jamie broke for second and Lux. catcher Larry Kesh/ors throw went into center field past the glove of the second baseman. At this time it seemed appropriate to score and so Schindler trotted safely home while Leither remained safe at second. Mark Spies then approached the plate and hit a sharp ground ball with eyes into right field to advance Leither to third. With runners on the corners, Arnie Schindler walloped the cowhide deep, deep, deep to center field. But not deep enough because the center fielder waited underneath while LeJther tagged up and broke for home to score the secoed, and last run of theinning. For the game, Terry Robinson was 2 for 3 with two doubles while Kevin Myllykangas, Tim Schindler, Tom Marquardt, Jamie Leither and Mark Spies all had a single each. Arnie Schindier's sacrifice fly brought in the lone RBI for Kimball. Kimball's next game is at home against the St. Nicholas Nicks. Game time is 2:00 p.m. AB R HRBI KevMTlP/kanSZ 4 o ] o ThnSchimbw,P, SS 4 i 10 TmnmrqusrdtSS 4 o s o ScottHarterP 0 0 0 0 jamieLetffierCF 41 1 o MarkSesLF 2 0 s 0 SamRmmmLF 1 o o o ArnieScfndadP, 30 o 1 JonJaeoimlB 2 0 o o BrianHin/ueyrlB 1 o o o SteveSpzRF S 0 0 0 lumdySmithRF x o o o TeryBobmmnC 3 0  0 KmMehr I o o o IP R H SOBB ArnieSindl(L,O'l) 46 $ t z mS S2,'3 5 2 3 2 ScoHart 1/3 o o o o Kimball Tri-County News--Thursday, April 25, 1991 C,=tnd Vdl t,., Sdmd St. Nicholas at Kimball St. Augusta at Pearl Lake Luxemburg at Eden Valley Dassel at Litchfleld Watkins at Howard Lake All games at 2 p.m. I . H.$.ksd * t,lh. Imm rum qmdm By Coach craig wurnng The Kimball Cubs downed Dnmel Cckato Tuesday, AprU 16m by the score of 12-5. The Cubs were led by Jamie Leither. Leither smacked a 3 run homer in the top of the third inning. Leithor's home run drove in Jeremy Kuechle and Mike Arnold. Jamie ended the day 3 for 5and had 6 rtms batted in. Eric Jenson also had a good day at the plate. He went 2 for 4 with 2 runs batted in. Troy Cremers sparked the Cubs late in the game with a double that drove in Pat Crouin. It was an outstanding team effort for the Cubs. Tues., Apr. 16 vs. Dassel-Cokato Kimball ab r h bi Duncan 4 - J. Kuechle 2 2 Arnold 2 2 2 Leither 5 1 2 6 Spoulding 2 x - Rossman 4 I - Cremers 3 1 1 1 Jensen 4 1 1 2 Mehr 2 1 Cronin 1 B. Kuechle I Totals 28 12 4 11 .0700032 D.4000010 5 - Jensen, Crem  -  ss - , m, Rsman, Cremem (2) HRBBm Kuchle(W,l) 5 5 5 4 @ 2 ltther(l)  0 0 0 2 3 Cu Idm/Mb tab The Cubs blanked the Irish in a non-conference contest last Thursday, April ]gth. KimbaU got things toning in the top of tha second inning. Jason Spouldin reached first on an error and stole second. Sam Rossman hit a single that oM Spaulding for the Cubs' first run. Troy Cremers drove in one of his runs by hitting a long single. He scored Rossman who stole second. The Cubs had a big seventh that scored 4 runs. Mike Arnold started things off with a double to center field. Leither followed with a walk. Jason Sponlding drove in Arnold by hitting a single to left field. Sam Rossman knocked in Leither and  by hitt a tre down the left field line. Rossman scored on Cremer's sacrifice fly to center, Pat Crunin had an excellent fLrst pitching odtting. He shut out Maple Lake 9. Cren/n gave up three hits, struck out five and walked four. 11mrs., Apr. 18 vs. Maple Lake Kimball ab r h bi Duncan 4 3 2 J. Kuedde 3 1 1 Arnold 4 1 1 Lelthor 3 1 Spoulding 4 2 2 1 Rossman 3 2 2 3 Jenn 3 1 1 Cremers 2 2 1 2 Crunin 2 - B. Kuechle 1 - Totals 29 9 11 9 Ktm. 0 S 0 2 0 0 4 9 M.L. 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 0 2B - Arnold 3B - Rossman SB- Spaulding (2) Rmmman Kimball IF' H R ER BB SO (W, 1-0) 7 3 0 O 4 5 gislma m dan em The Cubs had a hard time getting the bats going last Friday against Ammndale. Annandale shut out Kimball in a pitching dual ltoO. Kimhall's only highlight at the plate came in the sixth inning. Jamie Leither managed a double with two outs. The Cubs failed to drive him in. Eric Jensen pitched an outstanding game letting up I unearned run. Eric pitched the entire game giving up 2 hits and striking out three. The Cubs' record was 3 and 1 going into their first conference game. Fri., Apr. 19 vs. Annandale Kimball at) r h bi Duncan 4 I Cremers 2 - Arnold 3 - Leither 4 I Rossman 2 I Sponlding 3 - Jensen 3 - J. Kuechle 2 1 Cronin 3 2 Totals 28 0 6 0 Kiln+ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Anmm. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 P.B - Letther SB - Cremers Kimball IP H R 2RBBSO Jense (L, 0-1) 7 2 I 0 2 3 I .. sefl * 2.2 By Ceach Gary Relss The 1991 softball season is finally off and running after weeks of snow and cold weather. Cancellations and postponements have wrecked havoc on the schedule but the Cubs finally have beeu able to get in four games over the last two weelm. The season opened on April 1 at Pierz. The weather was cold and the wind blustery. Linda cnmdler started the season off right by hitting a home run in the first at hat. The Cubs took a 3-0 lead but the Pioneers rallied to take an 8-5 lead. The Cubs responded with three runs in the 6th to tie the game at 8-8. Pierz scored three unearned runs in the last inning to win the game 11-8. Linda Schindler was 2-3 with a (Continued on Page 10)