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Pa00e 12 Sports Leisure SPOilT SCHDUL5 Kimball Cubs gV-Watkins Baseball THURSDAY, MAY 13, 4 P.M.V. PIERZ Thursday, May 43, 3:30 and 5 p.m. at Rockford (DOUBLEHEADER) Friday, May 14, 5 p.m. at Lester Prairie " MONDAY, MAY 17, 4:30 P.M.V. MAPLE LAKE MONDAY, MAY 17, 4 P.M.V. HOLDINGFORD Thursday, May20,3:3Op.m. atH&apos;ford(D'header) THI JRSDAY, MAY 20, 4 & 6 EM. V. MAPLE LAKE Softball Thursday, May 13, 4 p.m. at Pierz (Doubleheader) THURSDAY, MAY 13, 4 AND 5:30 P.M.V. Monday, May. 17, 4:30 p.m. at Maple Lake ROCKFORD TUESDAY, MAY 18, 4 P.M.V. HOLDINGFORD FRIOhMAYI4,5P.M.V.LESn (DOUBLEHEADER) Monday, May 17, 4 p.m. at Holdingford Tuesday, May 18, 4 and 5:15 p.m. at Maple Lake Boys' Kimball-EV-W Golf Thursday, May 13, 12 noon, at Dassel-Cokato (Albion Ridges) Friday, May 14, 1 p.m., tournament at Prairie View G.C. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 4:15 P.M. HOME TOURNAMENT Friday, May 21, 1 p.m., at Hutchinson Girls' Kimball'EV-W Golf Friday, May 14, 10 a.m., at Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Thursday, May 20, 4:15 p.m. at Pierz G.C. Friday, May 21, 1 p.m., at Hutchinson G.C. Monday, May 24, 12 noon, at Dassel-Cokato (Albion Ridges G.C.) EV-W-Kimball Track Thursday, May 13, 3:30 p.m. at Glencoe-Silver Lake Tuesday, May 18, 3 p.m. at Pierz Healy Friday, May 21, 4 p.m. at Rocori (reseheduled from May 11) Tuesday, May 25, TBD, Subsections at BBE Softball Gary O. Riess, Varsity Softball Coach Kimball softball plays three games By Gary Riess, coach 13-8 which was the final score. For the game Tschida, Berscheid, and Garding had three hits with Don- nay and Gilpatrick chipping in two apiece. Megan Libbesmeier was the winning pitcher. The second game, with B-B-E as home team, started in similar fash- ion. B-B-E took a 3-1 lead into tile fourth, when the Cubs scored four times with Garding, Megan Lib- besmeier, Donnay, and Stein scor- ing. That 5-3 lead was eclipsed in the bottom of the fourthwhen B-B-E pushed across four runs for a 7-5 lead. Natalie Stein was replaced on the mound by Megan Libbesmeier to start the fifth inning. Stein scored in the sixth and B-B-E got one in the fifth and two in the sixth. That made it a 10- 6game going into the seventh. Garding singled, IAbbesmeier dou- bled to score Garding and then Lib- besmeier scored on Donnay's sin- gle. Natalie Stein then hit a two-run home run to tie the game at 10 going into the bottom of the seventh. The bottom of the inning belonged to B-B-E andthey pushed across a sin- gle run to win the game 11-10, Stein had three hits in the game, with Donnay, Libbesmeier, Garding, and Berscheid having two hits each. For the doubleheader, the Cubs had 29 hits and scored 23 runs, but unchar- acteristic control problems plagued Cub pitchers in the second game as they issued 10 walks which helped B-B-E offense. B-B-E pitchers had one walk in comparison. The season record now stands at 6-6, as they go into next week's games, with home games on Mon- day against Rockford, Tuesday ver- sus Swanville, and then a double- header Thursday at Pierz. The Kimball softball team played three games last week with two heartbreaking one-run losses and one five-run victory, as well as having the Friday game rained out. The week began against HL- W-W. A tense pitching duel devel- oped between Kimball's Megan Libbesmeier and the Lakers' pitcher. The Lakers prevailed by a 2-1 score. Megan pitched all seven innings, giving up two unearned runs, five hits, five strikeouts and two walks. The HL-W-W pitcher was even tougher, allowing 1 earned run, three hits, with seven strikeouts and four walks. Kimball tied the game at 1-1 in the third, when Tif- fany Berscheid scored on Tess- lynn Callander's double. HL-W-W scored a single run in the sixth which held up for a 2-1 win. Thursday was double-header night and B-B-E was the oppo- nent. B-B-E took a 2-1 first-inning lead, when the Cubs scored two in the second with Shannon Donnay and Kelsey Vigoren scoring., The Cubs padded the lead in the third, with seven runs scored by Shantel Tschida, Tiffany Berscheid, Tess- lynn Callander, Megan Garding, Donnay, Natalie Stein, and Erin Gilpatrick. The Cubs hammered out seven hits in the inning. For the game, eight of nine Kimball players got hits, with eight play- ers scoring runs. The lead held at 10-4 into the sixth, when B-B-E rallied for four runs to tighten things up. Kimball came back with three runs by Garding, Don- nay, and Stein to extend the lead to Salvation Army breakfast, luncheon May 18 to give, the Morgan Family Foun- dation will match donations up to $25,000 towards the heating and cooling units for the building. Space is limited. Please RSVP by Friday, May 14. Call Jan at (320) 257-7426 or e-mail <karenfrisch@ usc.salvationarmy.org>. Donations can be made by mail- ing a check to 400 Hwyl0 South, St Cloud, MN 56301. Please indicate on the check that your gifts is for the "Change-A-Life Match 2010" The Salvation Army is invit- ing the public to attend one of two "Change-A-Life" fundrais- ing events, which include inspira- tional speakers and a free break- fast or lunch. The "Change-A-Life" fund-rais- ing breakfast and luncheon will be 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. and 12 to 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 18, in the new dining room at the Salvation Army, 400 Highway l0 South, in St. Cloud. Although there is no obligation Thursday, May 13, 2010 !mbl, MN EV-W-K Track and Field May 4 By Terry Nelson Tuesday, May 4, the track team competed in the B-B-E Lions Invi- tational. It was a very windy day, which had an effect on most of the event times and distances. Shawney Kramer took first place in the discus throw, and Macki Nelson took first in the pole xault. Molly Hesse placed second in the 400m dash, and Shawney Kramer placed second in the shot put. The girls' 4x200m, girls' 4x400m, and boys' 4xl00m relay teams took second place. The gifts' top eight finishers were: lO0m dash Macki Nelson fourth - 14.14, Liz Kastanek fifth - 14.17; 200m dash Brittany Hesse seventh - 30.2; 400m dash Molly Hesse second - 62.5; 100m hur- dles Kelsey Theisen eighth - 20.1; Macki Nelson landing in the long jump at the B-B-E Lions Invitation- 300m hurdles Holly Erickson sev- enth - 55.4, Erica McCann eighth - al May 4. She took first place in pole vault at nine feet. Submitted 56.0; 4xl00m relay team third- 55.7; photo. 4x200m relay team second- 1:54.6; Cole Sanders sixth - 2:29.0; 3200m 10', Trevor Baumann seventh-8' 6"; 4x400m relay team second- 4:24.0; run Cameron Wittenberg 11:55.0; long jump Trevor Baumann eighth 4x800m relay team sixth - 12:01.0; 110m hurdles Nathan McCann - 16' 10.5"; triple jump Joe James pole vault Macki Nelson first - 9'; third - 17.7; 300m hurdles Nathan fourth - 33' 4", Erik Mares sixth - triple jump Rachel Arnold eighth McCann fourth - 45.9, Joe James 32' 9.5"; discus throw Jacob Asfeld - 29' 8"; shot put Shawney Kramer fifth - 46.0; 4xl00m relay team eighth- 107' 7". second- 31' 6.75"; discus throw second - 48.0; 4x200m relay team The girls' team results were; 1. Shawney Kramer first- 105'2.5". 1:38.8; 4x400m relay team fourth Paynesxdlle 153 2. Sauk Centre 122 The boys' top eight finishers -3;54.0; 4x800m relay team fourth 3. Maple Lake 111 4. Holdingford were: 100m dash Jade Hamilton - 9:38.0; high jump Kirby Knut- 91 5. Eden Valley-Watkins-Kimball eighth 13.2; 200m dash De'Angelo son sixth - 5' 6", Nathan McCann 83 6. St. John's Prep 53 7. Rockford James fifth - 25.4; 400m dash Tay- seventh - 5' 4"; pole vault Danny 43 8. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 22 9. lor Breauchy third - 56.0; 800m run Lochen third - 11', Erik Mares fifth- Hancock 21. KIMBALL EXPRESS: May 8: Watldns 7, Kimball 8 (5-o Overa,, 3-o CVL) Brian Marquardt smacked a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ex. R H E three-run double with two outs Watkins 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 7 12 2 in the bottom of the 14th to lead Kimball 0 l 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 3 8 23 3 - Kimball past Watkins. (See photo below.) Kimball tied the game up we: Brooks Marquardt (3-0) at 5-5 in the bottom of the seventh inning. Neither team scored again I Player I # I An I sslRI. I00ll so I Avg: [ until the top of the 14th when Wat- Brooks Marquardt 3 7 0 2 2 2 1 .273 kins scored twice to take a 7-5 lead. Alec Erhardt 13 7 0 0 2 0 2 .238 The Express then rallied to score Scott Marquardt 8 8 0 2 5 0 1 .462 three runs in the bottom of the Brian Marquardt 5" 8 0 0 2 3 0 .375 14th to win the game. Aaron Knaus 22 3 3 1 3 1 0 .588 KyleWinter 35 7 0 0 2 0 3 .350 Matt Dingmann 9 7 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Ben Knaus 15 6 0 1 3 1 1 .333 AdamMagnuson 21 6 0 2 4 " 0 0 .500 The Express team celebrates Brian Marquardt's winning dou- ble that put Kimball in a win over Watkins, 8 to 7, Saturday, May 8. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. (See more photos in the "photo gallery" at knw.tricourrtynews.MN. 2B: Bri. Marquardt 1 (1), S. Marquardt 2 (2) HR: Bro. Marquardt 1 (1) RBI: Bro. Marquardt 2 (3), Bri. Marquardt 3 (6), A. Knaus 1 (7), B. Knaus 1 (4) SB: A. Erhardt 1 (1), A. Magnuson 1 (1) I Player I#1 'e I RSl ER I BBI " l HR. I so I ERAI Adam Magnusson 21 5 1/3 4 3 2 8 2 4 3.42 Matt Dingmann 9 7 2/3 3 2 4 3 0 3 2.35 Brooks Marquardt 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.80