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10 Kimball Tri-County News--Thursday, April 25, 1991 SPORTS (From Page 5) home run and three RBI while Kristi Bahn was 2-4 to pace the Kimball attack. Monday, April 15, took the Cubs to EV-W for another conference game. Once again the game seesawed back and forth with the score being tied at 9-9 when the unearned runs again proved to be the Kimball team's downfall. EV- W scored 8 unearned runs using 8 Kimball errors to put the game away by an 18-9 score. Kimball's offense was led by Linda Schindler who was 4-5 and Taaya Kuseske at 3-4. Jenny Wirth was 2-3 with a double and 5 RBI. Tl.ursday, April 18, was the home opener for the Cubs with Maple Lake providing the opponent. Both teams are young and each featured a starting pitcher who was a freshman. Kimball freshman, Tracy Klaverkamp, was the winner this day as she allowed 2 earned runs, walked 3, and struck out 2 to earn her first varsity victory. Kimball took advantage of 14 Irish walks and 7 Maple Lake errors to score 23 run, 15 in the second inning, as they coasted to the their first victory of the season. Shelly Hechtel led the Kimball attack with a 2-3 performance and 4 runs scored. Chrissy Mansicka had a p double and scored 3 runs for Kimball. For the game, seven of the nine Kimball starters had hits and everyone scored at least one run in a 23-13 Kimball win. Friday, April 19, brought Annandale to town. The Cubs prevailed in a wild game 19-18 for their second win of the season. The Cubs once again hurt themselves with errors committing 10 to give up 11 unearned runs. The Cubs had fashioned an 8-4 lead but saw it disappear into a 14-8 deficit after * GoH . By Coach Scott Thayer Jesse Liedman and Jamie Neisen shot 48's to lead K-EV-W in a dual meet at Whispering Pines in Annandale. Other scores: Ghris Liedman 54, Gary Petty 52, Jamie Heinen 58, Aaron Rosha 61. J.V.: John Sworski, Tom Bruggers 56, Ken Schmitz 58, Troy Gertken 59, Robert 4ay 61, Dean Kern 64. Annandale 174, K-EV-W 202. Medalist: Garrett Isaacson 41, Annandale. GIRLS The girls, led by Peggy Henfling 58 and Lisa Moser 60 were also defeated by Annandale 222 to 250. Other Scores: Kelli Jensen 64, Jodi Frank 69, Emily Unterberger 74. JV: Anne Lagerstedt 71, Rhonda Bloch 72, Sarah Lagerstedt 75, Lena Sane 94. Medalist: S. Lane 48, Annandale. KJ-EV-W's girls placed second and the boys third in the first Central Minnesota Conference Golf Meet of the season held at Whispering Pines Golf Course. Jesse Liedman's 42 was one stroke away from medalist honors while Jamie Neisen's 46, and Chris Liedman's 48 helped secure their position. Peggy Henfling's 55 tied her for second place in the girls' division. OTHER SCORES Boys: Gary Petty 57, John Sworski 66, John Haggerty 69. Girls: Lisa Moser 63, Kelli Jansen 63, Anne Lagerstedt 64, Jodee Frank 68, Staff Trimble 69. MEDALISTS TRI-COUNTY 4/10 MN Hatchery 335 205 Hayloft 332 20e M.L.P. 277% 262 Swan's Cafe 266 273 Petty Bros. 261 279 Roy's Ringers 247 293 Sud's Liquor 234% 305 Bob & Sandy's 204 335 Highs: R. Hess 234, 220, 641; G. Loch 224, 601; B. Huikko 223, 203; R. Osterberg 205. Fair Haven Elec. 2424. 160 Game or Better: Betty Adolph 189; Lou Ann Garding 181; Jean Roehlke 176; Connie Marbles 173; Cndy Pope 173, 165; Carol Pramann 173, 162; Linda Kunkel 170; Kim Ertl 166, 160; Linda Faber 166; Joann Hendricks 165, 160; Tootz Tschumperlin 163, 161; Cookie Derichs 160; Doris Zoller 160. 2-Man Straight-a-way AQUA DOLLS 4115 Spiczka Const. 20 0 Powder Puffs 24 12 Maple Lake Plbg. 16 4 Mies Elec. 21 15 Richmond Lanes 13 7 Riverside Store 17 18 Classics 11 9 Forest City Cry. 17 19 Aqua Lanes 7 13 B&T 4 16 Romsey Printing 16 19/z Suds Liquor 12 24 Richard's Supper 0 20 4 Game Series: Bill Liedman High Ind. Game & Series: Kay 754; John Kuhl 749; BOb Huikko Kipf 208, 500; Pat Brandt 207, 487; 702. Carol Warren 187; Avon Vossen 200's: John Kuhl 247, 201; 175; Denise Winter 173, 468. Gordy Schreifels 215; George High Team Game & Series: Mies Electric 749, 2085; Romsey Pickle 206; Bill Liedman 202, 200; Printing 714, 2049; Riverside BOb Huikko 202; Dave Kloeppner 200. Store 706, 2096. 150 or Better: Kay Kipf 208, 167; Pat Brandt 207; Carol Warren 187; Avon Vossen 175; Denise Winter 173, 160; Robin Johnson 171; Rosie Roeser 168; Marlys Loch 168, 151; Alice Kipf 168; Florence Worden 161, 163; Jane Wahlin 158; Janet Bulau 152. AQUA BELLES 4/15 5 innings. But the Cubs came back, due in large part to the Annandale pitcher's inaccuracy around the plate. Facing an 1&12 deficit entering the bottom of the seventh inning, the Cubs pulled out the win with 7 runs, four of which came after two outs, to win the game 19-18. Kimball sophomore pitcher, Jenny Wirth, earned her first varsity win allowing 7 earned runs, five walks, and two strikeouts. Once again all Kimball starters scored at least once. Krlsti Balm was 2-3 with a double, 3 RBI, and 2 runs scored. Linda Schindler was 1-2 with a double, 3 RBI, and 2 rtms scared. After four games the Kimball record stands at 2-2. Offensively the dub is going well averaging 15 runs per game. The problem is defensively where the Cubs are averaging over 8 errors per game and have given up 39 unearned rims in four games. The Ctflz play three games this week with rematches against EV- W on Monday, April 22, Maple Lake on April 25, and a non- eonfem tilt with Atwater-GC ou Friday, April 25. Buckle Up for Love/ Jamie Boehrnler, 41, St. Johns Jen Weber, 49, St. Johns TEAMS Boys: St. Johns 173, Becker .188, K-EV-W 193, Pier-z 194, ML 193. Girls: St. Johns 228, K-EV-W 245, ML 246, Becker 280. Spare Notes From Aqm Lanes The howling season is at its end and this will be the last Spare Notes till fall. Thanks to all the faithful readers and the four M& Wdist. 26 I0 Alf's Angels 24 12 GBS Novelties 24 12 Freeman Elec. 22 14 Kim. St. Agcy. 19 17 Gannon Elev. 18 18 Jan's gold. Thimb. 15 21 E Z Crher 13 23 Main Street Pub 10 26 Vinar's Cab. & Con. 9 27 newspapers bowlers the weekly print. Highs this week at Aqua Lanes were Kevin Caird in the Town and Country League playoffs with a 267. Bob Hulkko had 596 in the Tri-County rolloffs. The ladies were led by Karen Hokkanson with a 210 game and Kathy Schmitz with 513. The Aqtta Lanes No-Tap runs through May 5th. Be sure and get a reservation to bowl the 17th Annual No-Tap. High Men: bob Hulkko 204, 596; Rodney Hess 203, 593; Lloyd Johnston 238, 565; Roger Ericksou 564; Kevin Caird 257; Bud Capes 244; Duane Vinar, Sr. 214, 290; Tom Olson 211; Larry High Team Game: M & W Dist. 1092; Aff's Angels 1087; GBS Novelties 1074, High Team Series: Gannon Elev." 3059; M & W Dist. 3032; Freeman Elec. 3027. High Ind. Game, Actual: Peggi Dorman 239; Mary Knutson 237; Cindy Arens 234; Terri Gettler 234. High Ind. Series, Actual: Terri Gettler 614; Lisa Herman 605; Kathy Schmitz 587. High Games and Series: Kathy Schmitz 183, 172, 513; Trish DeFoe 170, 193, 504; Marlene Benzschawel 177, 492; Cindy Arens 2, 491; Peggy Purcell 180, 489; Bonnie Gannon 182, 485; Jo Valiant 199, 481; Sandy Hickman 176, 490; Vicki Hokkala that gave our " 171, 477; Debbie Landwehr 170, 475; C, arole Becker 179, 172, 474; Karen Hokanson 210, 471; Gladys Johnson 471; Lu Lofgren 190; Pat Dockendorf 191; Joy Nicol 179; Mary Kautson 170. AQUA JIILLS 4118 Dorothy's 25% 10 Hilltop Center 25 13 Fair Haven FJectric 20 16 Mom's Place 20 16 S & S Cemt. 19 16 . Bob & Sandy's 17 19 Ted's Liquors 17 19 Suds' Liquor 15 21 Hendricks' Bus 14 22 Mergen's Care Unit 9 27 High Ind. Game and Series: Sjoquist 206 ; Rick Stein 200. Betty Adolph 189; Lou Ann High Women: Kathy Schmitz Garding 181; Jean Roehlke 176; 513; 'Irish DeFoe 504; Kay Kipf Cindy Pope 482; Kiln ErU 477; 208, 500; Karen Hokkanson 210; Linda Kunkel475. pat Brandt 207; Cindy Areus 2; High Team Game and Series: Jo Valiant 199; Lu Lofgren 193; Ted's Liquors 902, 2524; PatDockmiorflgl. ot,, n,. aura om .,=. COORS LIGHT TOURNAMENT 1991 Women hdcp Jolaine Schreifels 186 716 Barb Liedman 126 679 Peggi Dorman 164 668 Melody Thompson 180 646 Kiln Ertl 213 644 Pat Brandt 118 642 Ruth Johnson 197 635 Linda Knnkel 153 629 Barb Meyer 256 618 Ruth Johnson 199 618 Peggi Dorman 170 591 Connie Mathias 186 590 Marl Gree 216 574 Men lu Gordy Schreis 64 Greg Schulte 216 688 Roger Willner 149 679 DuaneBecker 159 667 Jeff Holthaus 113 656 Bruce Dalton 99 632 Jay Berggren 135 681 Leroy Holthaus 191 626 Monte Serlms 132 620 Brent Olson 153 615 Leroy Pherigo 135 611 John Gohmann 151 }2 Kurt Holmgren 159 597 Ty Schmitz 1 Dennis Backer 132 583 Roy Ruohle 118 582 Tom Olson 81 581 Ken Mills 225 567 "llm Imf, tnilmbird sows its nest togeth with vaget. able fibers using its beak asa needle. Royal Neighbors K Camp recognized for fraternal endeavors Kimball camp has | accorded Camp-of-tt honors for March recognition of its , program of camp presented $50 Kimball Food Shelf, as generous donations Nutrition Center and Each of these organizations depend generosity of individu and organizations to allOW i to keep doing their work. Members of th I, camp also made contributions to the fraternal projects. The annual picnic held month of August success. There were 79 and guests in 1990 event. According to its Fraternal, Benevolent Camp during the year 1969, camp donated $10 "Help to Hear" vroject; | RNA National Home; Minnesota State Fund; and $175 in welfare organizations. Marie Loch Oracle Steve Ander00 AFFlienaD & Washers Dryers Ranges Refrigerators 5ofeners Air onditionerS Water Heaters Kingston Prom Order your corsage.s & Boutonmere00 Kimball Greenhouse 398,7126 Or See Rose Hbtlw et sckmll