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Pazo 19 ' Thursday, June 4, 2009 s mball, MN .... May 23~d. 2009 May 22", 2009 May 24m. 2009 Eden Valley 13, Kimball 7 (8-2 Overall, 2-2 CVL) Greenwald 1, Kimball l018-1 Overall. 1-1 CVL I Luxemburg 0, Kimball 13 (9-2 Overall, 3-2 CVL) 123456789 R H E ! 234567 R H E 123456789 R H E EdenValley 0 0 1 0 3 4 3 3 0 13 14 2 Greenwald1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 Luxemburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 Kimball 2 10000040 7 9 7 Kimball 2341000 10 5 3 Kimball 050400400 13 11 3 WP: A. Faber WP: Malt Dingmann/1-0/ WP: A. Theis 13-01 LP: A. Magnusson 13-11 LP: N. Savage [Player [ # t AB I BBIRI n I RBal SO I Avg. ] Player I # I AB I BB f R I H [ RBI I SO I Avg. n Brooks Marquardt 3 1 3 1 0 0 ] .259 { Player t # I AB I BB I R I H I RB1 [ SO IAv . 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Theis 1 (2) Andy Dinsmann16 3 1 1 0 0 2 ,080 Matt Dingmann9 3 1 3 1 l 3B: A. Theis 1 (3) tom Marquardt7 1 0 0 0 0 HR: S. Marquardt 2 (3) RBI:A. Theis 1 (8).A. Knaus 1 (8), S. Marquardt 4 (6), K. Winter 1 (7) J Player I # I iP IRSl rR [ BB I n I I sO [ I Adam Magnuson 21 5.33 7 3 3 7 0 3 3.09 Bobby Ames 19 1.67 3 0 0 3 l 0 0.00 Adam Beyer 34 2.33 3 3 0 4 0 1 5.40 2B: Bri. Marquardt 1(3), K. Winter 1 (3), B. Knaus 1 (1) HR: A. Beyer 1 (6) RBI: A. Theis 1 (7), A. Beyer 3 124/. Bri. Marquardt 2 (9). Dingmann 1 (3) SB: Bro. Marquardt 1 (5) K. Winter 1 (6k M. I Player I # I n, I Rsl ER I BB I n I [soI I Matt Dingmann 9 zt 1 1 1 4 0 6 2.08 Bobby Arens 19 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.00 0 .324 0 .400 0 .I25 1 .371 1 .333 0 .317 0 .233 1 .571 O .182 1 .364 0 .077 0 .125 0 .091 0 .318 0 .667 2B: Bro. Marquardt 1 11/ HR: Bro. Marquardt 2 (2), B. Knaus 1 ( 1 I RBI:Bro. Marquardt 7 (13}. A. Theis 1 (9), A. Beyer 1 Dingmarm t (4) SB: A. Theis 1 11t (25),B. Knaus 2 121. M. Player I # I [RS I I BB I H t rm I so I I Adam Theis 1 7 0 0 1 3 0 5 2.63 Brooks Marquardt 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 1.17 FRI., JUNE 5, 6:15 P.M., ROYALTON. SAT,, JUNE 6, 4 P.M., ST. MICHAEL. SUN., IIJNE 7, 2 P.M., WATKINS. Wed., June 10, 7:30 p.m., at Litchfield. SAT., JUNE 13, 3 P.M., COLD SPRING SPRINGERS. SON., JUNE 14, 2 P.M., GRAND RAPIDS. Fri., June 19, 7:30 p.m., at Eden Valley. Softball season awards By Gary Riess, Coach The 2009 season has ended and at the team banquet the softball awards for the 2009 year were presented: Kimball players selected for the CMC All=conference team were senior Kendra Albers and junior Tes- slynn Callander to the first team. Second Team All-conference went to senior Cas- sandra Loch and freshman Megan Lib- besmeier. Academic All-conference awards went to Kendra Albers, Tesslynn Callander, Kristen Kuechle, Kelsey Vigoren, Abby Zoller, and Shantel Tschida. These players had GPA above 3.7. At the state level, senior Kendra Albers is an Academic All-State player. The Kimball team received a gold award for a team GPA of 3.66. Local awards were also handed out. I Most Valuable Player selected by a vote of the team was Kendra Albers. Most Valuable Bat and Most Valuable Glove based on sta- tistics went to Tesslynn Callander. Team Player voted by the players was Beth Lib- besmeier and the Coaches Award for most improved went to Shante] Tschida. Letterwinners for the 2009 season were seniors Kendra Albers, Cassandra Loch, and Amy Massmann. Juniors were Tess- lynn Callander, Kelsey Vigoren, Erin Gil- patrick, Beth Libbesmeier, Kristen Kuechle, Abby Z011er, 8hantel Tscllida, and Meli a Konz. The final two letterwinners were sophomore Natalie Stein and freshman Megan Libbesmeier. Captains selected for the 2010 season were juniors Tesslynn Cal- lander and Beth Libbesmeier. n Author, . Keenan speaker, child-safety expert People who are currently participating in at least one0f the following or have an annual income below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guideline can qualify for Lifeline Assistance: Medicaid, Food Support, Minnesota Family Investment Program, Supplemental Security Income, Federal public Housing Assistance, Low- Income Energy Assistance National School Free Lunch Program. 7"emporary Assis- tance to Needy Families, or the Bureau of Indian Affairs Program Federal Poverty Income Guideline According to Number in Household: 1 - $14,621 2 - $19,670 3- $24,71g Each Addt'l Person: $5,049 You may qualify! Agk ug how can h lpl Call us locally: 256-7471, 351-1460, 548-3200, 597-3333, Or 764-7600 The above guidelines are effective through 2009. Boating is a fun way to spend the after- noon during the hot summer months. Safety should be the number one priority of all parents when children are on board. Parents know the importance of using life preservers, but here are a few dangers that parents might not be aware of: Houseboats are designed in such a way that exhaust from the generator comes out close to the swim platform. The carbon monoxide released in the exhaust is enough to overcome swimmers close by or passen- gers sitting on the swim platform. While houseboats are the most dan- gerous because of the generators used to power the cabins, other types of boats also release toxic exhaust. Children should be kept away from areas that exhaust is being released. Consider these tips as well to insure safety on the water: Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors in House Boats or other boats with cabins - because children have less lung capacity than adults, they are more susceptible to carbon monoxide poisoning. Make sure all passengers wear life vests. Make First Aid available including a radio. Make sure there is always a spotter when pulling someone on skis or an inflat- able behind a boat. The driver must be alerted if the passenger falls. Be aware of other boats close to you- you should always be at least 20 feet away from the nearest boat to avoid collisions and to avoid breathing the other boat's exhaust. Don Keenan is the founder of Keenan's Kids Foundation and author of child safety book entitled 365 Ways to Keep Kids Safe, available at and . All proceeds benefit the Keenan's Kids Foundation.