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........ ;: ...... .... 1 . ~ .... L ~, i-]EL~L..!,LIb~-il~.d.|~__ :'o.. ~ .JL ~. ....... ,~ , ....... m. ' ".. ~,...... ....... n _ ..eA.._ ! Thursday, May 6, 2010 d O OI I Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN 2010 Heart of the Lakes Softball for week The 17's Junior Olympic Volleyball team just finished their season re- cently. They finished third in their division at the Princeton Tiger Tour- nament. Coached by Meghan Olson, a SCSU student, they had an- other successful season and a lot of fun. Playing JO Volleyball in the high school off-season is a great way for these girls to maintain their skills and bond together as team players. They are looking forward to the high school volleyball season this coming fall. In back: Steph Konz, Shannon Donnay, Stacy Gregory, Emily Donnay, Heidi Lochen In front: Cora Gohmann, Rachel Arnold, Klarissa Eisenbraun, Chelsey Lamm. Submitted photo. WED., MAY 5, 6:30 P.M., V. DASSEL. SAT., MAY8, 4 P.M., V. WATKINS. Wed., May 12, 7:30 p.m., at St. Michael. FRI., MAY 14, 6:15 P.M., V. RICHMOND. Visit, the official website of Kimball Express, Q Cubs EV-Watkins Baseball Thursday, May 6, 4 p.m. at BBE (Doubleheader) THURSDAY, MAY 6, 4 P.M.V. HLWW Monday, May 10, 4:30 p.m. at Rockford Monday, May 10, 4:30 p.m. at Pierz THURSDAY, MAY 13, 4 P.M.Y. PIERZ Thursday, May 13, 3:30 and 5 p.m. at Rockford (DOUBLEHEADER) Friday, May 14, 5 p.m. at Lester Prairie Softball THURSDAY, MAY 6, 4 P.M.V. BBE THURSDAY, MAY 6, 4 AND 5:30 P.M., V. HLWW (DOUBLEHEADER) MONDAY, MAY 10, 4 P.M.V. PlERZ Tuesday, May 7, 5 p.m. at Swanville THURSDAY, MAY 13, 4 AND 5:30 P.M.V. MONDAY, MAY 10, 4:30 P.M.V. ROCKFORD ROCKFORD Thursday, May 13, 4 p.m. at Pierz (Doubleheader) FRIDAY, MAYI4,SP.M.V. Boys' Kimball-EV-W Golf Friday, May 7, 4:15 p.m. at Rockford (Hollydale) Monday, May 10, 2 p.m. at Annandale (Southbrook) Thursday, May 13, 12 noon, at Dassel-Cokato (Albion Ridges) Friday, May 14, 1 p.m., tournament at Prairie View G.C. Girls' Kimball-EV-W Golf Thursday, May 6, 4:15 p.m. at HLWW Monday, May 10, 4:15 p.m. at Maple Lake (Albion Ridges) Tuesday, May 11, 1 p.m., at Sauk Centre Friday, May 14, 1 p.m., at Long Prairie-Grey Eagle EV-W-Kimball Track Friday, May7, 4:15 p.m., at St. John's Prep Tuesday, May 11, 4 p.m. at Rocori Thursday, May 13, 3:30 p.m. at Glencoe-Silver Lake Tuesday, May 18, 3 p.m. at Pierz Healy Migraine relief and prevention! Dr. GaryVerbovanec Chiropractic Clinic 320-764-3000 Central Avenue Watkins Invitational, Annandale of Aprili 26 EV-W-K track and field Tyler Loch second-23.61, De'Angelo By Gary Riess, Coach The KimbM1 softball team ran By Terry Nelson James 12th-24.87, Dan Fruth 15th- Thursday, April 22, the track 25.32, Trevor Baumann 16th-25.44; into a bad stretch of games with team competed in Annandale. 3200m run Jacob Asfeld 12th- 12:20, three games against the top three Coach ]effBabbitt said"It was some Cameron Wittenberg 13th-12:23, teams in the CMC conference. The really good competition, match- Luke Serbus 17th-13:45; 4x400m Cubs lost to HL-W-W, Rockford, ing us up against three other teams relay team of Nathan McCann, Tay- and Maple Lake before rebound- we will meet up with again at our lot Breauchy, Alex Mies, Joe James ing with a double header sweep of True Team Section meet in May. third-3:43.3;LongJumpTrevorBau- EV-W to end the week. The Cubs Although our team did not place mann6th-18'2.5",TylerLochl2th- fell behind early in all three losses, in the top three, we had some great 17' 2, Taylor Breauchy 16th-16' 3.5"; starting with HL-W-W where the individual performances as well as High Jump Kirby Knutson 105' 3"; Lakers took a 6-0 lead after two top three placings in a number of triple jump Joe James seventh-37' innings. The Cubs could only events.,' 2.5", Dan Fruth 17th-33' 5", Erik muster two runs in return. Megan In the girls' Pole Vault, Macki Mares 18th-32' 8.5"; pole vault Erik Garding led the offense with two Nelson took first, Samantha Stuve Mares seventh-9', Trevor Baumann hits, while Tesslynn Callander had tied for second and Nicole Klein ninth-8', Ryan McCann ninth- 8" a hit and run scored. placed fourth. Shawney Kramer there were six boys who tied for The Cubs went to Rockford next had a great day taking first in the sixth place; discus throw Jacob and the same early-innings trou- discus throw, and taking second Asfeld ninth- 113' 2", Joe Holdvogt hie ensued. Rockford took a 4-0 in the shot put. In the girls' 4x200- sixth-94' 4", Devin Brutger 17th-93' lead after two innings. The Cubs meter relay, the girls took second 6"; shot put Joe Holdvogt ninth-40' scored once in the fourth on back place with a very good time. Molly 8", Devin Brutger 18th-34' 10.75", to back doubles by Garding and Hesse placed second in the 400- Jesse Hedlund 20th-33' 0.25". Callander. The Cubs scored once meter dash. The boys' 4xl00-meter Girls' team scores: more in the seventh, when Gard- relay team placed second and Tyler First-Waconia 155; second- ing homered over the center-field Loch placed second in the 200- Annandale 121.5; third-Hutchin- fence to finish the scoring in a 4-2 meter dash. son 116; fourth-Delano 99.5; fifth- loss. Defending conference and Girls' Individual place winners EV-W-K 89.5; sixth-St. Cloud Cathe- section champion Maple Lake was were: deral 52.5; seventh-Glencoe-Silver next for the Cubs, and once again, The 4x800m relay team of Lar- Lake 47. the first two innings told the story. issa Anthofer, Renee Berg, Maria Boys' team scores: Maple Lake scored 4 times and Donnay, Kayla Overland sev- First-Huthinson 154; second- held the Cubs scoreless for a final enth-ll:03.9; 100m hurdles Tiffany Glencoe-Silver Lake 147.5; third- score of 5-0. Kuechle eighth-18.13, Holly Erick- Annandale 112; fourth-Delano 109; Thursday took Kimball to EV-W son 10th-18.16; 100m dash Macki fifth-St. Cloud Cathederal 63.5; for a CMC conference double- Nelson seventh-13.4, Samantha sixth-Waconia 50; seventh-EV-W- header. This time, the Cubs had Stuve 10th-13.9, Nicole Orth 17th- K44. a scoreless first inning and gave up one run in the second, as the 14.5; 4x200m relay team of Molly Eagles took a 1-0 lead. But that run Hesse, Liz Kastanek, Rachel Arnold, Samantha Stuve second-l:52.48; Maple lake Lion would be the only one the Eagles scored off Kimball pitcher Megan 1600m run Larissa Anthofer eighth- 5:54.9, Tabitha Capes 17th-16:45.4; Invitational track Libbesmeier. The Cubs scored 4 400m Dash Molly Hesse sec- times in the third inning with Cal- ond-1:03.57, Molly Hurrle 16th- meet lander, Tiffany Berscheid, Kelsey Vigoren, and Beth Libbesmeier 1:12.36; 300m hurdles Tiffany Kue- EV-W- K Track and Field crossing the plate for a 4-1 lead. chle fourth-51.8, Holly Erick- By Terry Nelson Three more runs in the fourth by son seventh-53.12, Erica McCann The track team competed in 14th-gg.44', 900m run Matin Ban- the Mnple Lake Lion invitational 8hantel Tschida, Callander, and Garding expanded the lead to 7-1 nay 13th-2:57.8, Ashley Morrismeet Monday, April 26. Shawney and a further score in the seventh 16th-3:09.4; 200m dash Samantha Kramer had another first in the by Megan Libbesmeier gave the Stove sixth-20.87, Liz kastanek sev- discus throw and a first in the shot Cubs an 8-1 victory. Megan Lib- enth-29.18, Amber Besonen 16th- put. The girls in discus and shot besmeier had two hits and Cal- 30.58; 4x400m relay team of Holly put had a great day taking first, lander had two runs scored, The Erickson, Amber Besonen, Renee second and fourth in competition, second game turned into a slug- Berg, Molly Hesse seventh-4:29.6; Molly Hesse took first in the 400m fest with 29 runs scored on 23 hits. Long lump Macld Nelson fifth- 15', dash, Rachel Arnold took first in Fortunately for the Cubs, they had Morgan Meter seventh-14' 6.5", the 300m hurdles, the girls 4xl00m ................ utu most t.atc~oiy tot an Malia Babbitt eighth-14' 2"; High relayand 4x400mrelayteamstook 18-11 win. The Cubs fell behind Jump Molly Hurtle 14th-4', Morgan first. The boys' relay teams had 4-2 and then surged ahead 6-4 Meyer l4th-4', there were seven girls a very good day, also taking sec- before a disastrous fifth inning, tied for 14th place; triple jump Tif- bud place in the 4x200m, 4x400m, when the Eagles scored 5 times for fany kuechle ninth-29' 2", Morgan 4x800m relays and third in the a 9-6 lead. The Cubs answered in Meyer 1 lth- 28' 8.5", Rachel Arnold 4xl00m relay. Taking second place the bottom of the fifth with 8 runs, 12th-28' 4"; pole vault Macki Nel- were Rachel Arnold in the triple with Megan Libbesmeier and Nat- son first-8' 6", Samantha Stuve sec- jump, Sarah Messer in the shot put alie Stein each doubling home two bud-8', Nicole Klein fourth-7' 6"; and discus throw, and Alex Mies in runs each for a 14-9 lead. EV-W discus throw Shawney Kramer lst- the 400m dash. scored twice in the sixth to cut the 125' 4" Sarah Messer sixth-94' 5", Girls finishing in the top eight lead to 14-11, but Megan Garding CasetSchlangeneighth-91' 6";shot were: 100m dash Macki Nelsonanswered with a two-run home put ShawneyKramersecond-33'9" fourth-13.25, Casey Schlangen run, and Libbesmeier and Stein Sarah Messer fourth-32'8', Casey eighth-13.91; 200m dash Nicole doubled again to plate four runs Schlangen 15th-25' 6.75" Orth fourth-27.6, Brittany Hesse and an 18-11 lead. Libbesmeier Boys, individual place winners: sixth-27.9; 400m dash Molly Hesse who had come in to pitch in relief, The4x800m relay team of Alex first-l:02, Erica McCann sev- then held the Eagles scoreless in Mies,MitchellFischbach,DanFruth, enth-l:14; 800m run Maria Don- the seventh, to notch the win and Cole Sanders fifth-9:13.7; l]0m nay eighth-2:57; 1600m run Lar- the sweep of the doubleheader for hurdles Nathan McCann ninth- issa Anthofer third-6:02; 10Pro Kimball. 17.17, Lenny Garvick 17th-20.47; hurdles Tiffany Kuechle third- For the game, Tschida, Cal- 100m dash De'Angelo James sixth- 16.8, Holly Erickson sixth-17.56; lander, Garding, Libbesmeier, and 11.95, Ryan McCann eighth- 12.10, 300m hurdles Rachel Arnold first- Stein each had two hits. Callander, Jade Hamilton 17-13.25; 4x200m 49.5, Abby Knoz fifth-52.0, Holly Libbesmeier, and Stein each had relay team of]be ]ames, Trevor Bau- Erickson sixth-53.2; 4xl00m relay two doubles, and Garding had a mann, Ryan McCann, Tyler Loch team of Brittany Hesse, Nicole double and home run. Nine play- fifth-l:37.7; 1600m run Mitchell Orth, Macki Nelson, and Saman- Fischbachl3th-5:31.7, tha Stuve first-53.8; 4x200m relay ers scored for the Cubs, with seven players scoring 'more than Tyler wafford 17th-6:38.8;team of Clarissa Roy, Molly Hesse, once. The two wins put the season 4xl00m relay team of De'Angelo Rachel Arnold and Samantha record at5-4. James, Tayor Breauchy, Ryan Stuve third-l:54.93; 4x400m relay This week, the Cubs play four McCann, Tyler Loch second-46.29; teamofEricaMcCann, ReneeBerg, games with HL-W-W Monday, 400m dash Alex Mies fourth-54.98, Rachel Arnold and Molly Hesse doubleheader with B-B-E Thurs- Dan Fruth 10th-57.38; first-4:24.2; 4x800m relay team day, and a non-conference game 300m hurdles Nathan McCannof Larissa Anthofer, Renee Berg, with Royalton Friday. ninth-45.76, Joe James 11th-45.88, Maria Donnay and Kayla Over- Lenny Garvick 18th-50.62; 800m land fourth-ll:21.22; long jump run KirbyKnutson 1 lth- 2:22.6, Cole Sanders 12th-2:24.4; 200m dash Track/Topage 12