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pinoo .t t eta t I~111P~_ Thursday, June 18, 2009 1 0 O'L~ll nty N ewse Kimball, MN Basketball camps ,Elementary Basketball Camp The Kimball Boys' and Girls' Basketball Programs recently held a basketball camp at Kimball Ele- mentary School. Participants in the camp consisted of boys and girls in kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third grade. Players learned about the different fundamentals ofbaskethall related to ball-handling, dribbling, pass- Senior High Basketball Camp The Kimball Boys' l}asketball Program held a basketball camp last week at Kimball Area High School. Participants in the camp included boys in grades 7 through 11. The players competed at an extremely high level, while learn- ing about the different funda- ing, shooting, rebounding and defense. Campers participated in a number of contests arm com- petitions both individually and as a team over the course of the week. All of the campers worked extremely hard and improved tre- mendously throughout the week. Members of the K through grade 1 group consisted of the fol- lowing: Justice Boyer, Austin Don- contests and competitions both individually and as a team. Players taking part in the camp included: Cameron Hunt, Adam Laabs, Nate Overland, Cole Denn, Connor Wit- nay, Brandon Guggisberg, Cailyn Kuechle, Jordan Opsahl, Gracet~cn Powell, and Alexis Weisman. Members of the grades 2 through 3 group included: Jacob Beehler, Carl Blanchard; Joshua Donnay, Gracie Fox, Haydon Gagnon, Cole Hilsgen, Melanie Loehrer, Brendan Maurer, Katie Merchant, Sidney Schreiner, Alexis Streit, and Zachary Streit. mentals of basketball related to tenberg, Aaron Laabs, Neil Helge- ball-handling, passing, shooting, son, Cody Mayer, Brett Ostby, and rebounding and defense. They Michael Wistrom. Each camper also participated in a number of improved a great deal throughout the course of the week. Staff photos by Marguerite Laabs. Class-Act Outdoor Furnace i _ Your Full Time Dealer ~specializing in Outdoor Furnaces Is Having A Summer Sale Take advantage of Instant Rebates Plus Additional Discounts from Class Act Outdoor Furnace Up to $1,050.00 in rebates on Classic's Up to $800.00 in rebates on Maxim's Up to $900.00 in rebates on E-Classic's Furnaces must be sdd and regstered between June 4, 2009 a~l July 5, 2009 to o~l~y ~ the Summer Sale Fumaoe C~ The z~ned rebate form must ~'~ate the instant rebate anount for the nx~t purchased aM the total feet T~x N~. WoocL, Wood Pellet & Corn Furnaces by Central Boiler Furnaces are available which qualify for the 30% energy tax credit up to (1,500.00) You Live In "Classic" Country A large inventory of Furnaces - The Classic & E-Classic outdoor wood furnaces and the Call now for details Maxim Wood Pellet and Corn Furnace; 763-972-6255 W~h all parts necessary to install your heating system ClassActFumace.c0m Daily Shipping available Finam,~mble OFFER IS ONLY GOOD FOR FURNACES THAT ARE AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION. SUBJECT TO INVENTORY. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO TRANSFERRING OF WARRANTY IS PERMITTED. LIMITED TIME OFFER June 13th, 2009 Cold Spring Springers 7, Kimball 3 ( !1-7 Overall, 4-4 CVL) 123456789.10 R H E Pearl Lake men's slow-pitch as of June 10 w Brinky's 8 Pearl Lake Lodge 5 AHE Granite 4 Lakeside Cabinets. 3 Luxemburg Feed 3 Marty Mulisha 3 Theisen's Bldg Sup. 4 SOB's 2 As Clowns 0 games Kimball ~A/ ~a.l." R L Pct.wr~tung 0 10o0Booster Club meets 3 .625 4.500 The Kimball Wrestling Booster 3 .500 Club is planning to meet at 7 p.m. 3 .500 Sunday, June 21, at the Preserve. 3 .500 If any questions, please call Brad 5 .444 Donnay 398-5362. 5 .286 6 .000 Celebrating Luxembourg heritage The Stearns History Museum and the Luxembourg American Cukural Society are pleased to present Celebrating Luxembourg Heritage in the stearns CountyArea at 9 a.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 24. Speakers will be Gretchen Leisen, St. Cloud, who will present"'The Experience of Luxembourg Immigrants in Stearns County," which describes the settlement of the local popula- tion of Luxembourgers, and Kevin Wester of the Luxembourg Ameri- can Cuyltural Society, Inc., of Bel- gium, Wisc., discussing "Re-ener- gizing Luxembourg Heritage in the U.S." Also view the special exhibit Luxembourg - USA: An Immigra- tion Story, featured at Ellis Island, and currently on display at the Stearns History Museum. There is a movement afoot among many Americans of Lux- embourg descent regarding their unique heritage. Learn more about this movement and what the Lux- embourg American Cultukal Soci- ety is doing to nurture and sup- port efforts to preserve Luxem- bourg heritage. Learn, too, about the new Luxembourg American Cultural Center that will be dedi- cated Aug. 8, 2009, and how it will celebrate Luxembourg .heritage from throughout the U.S., includ- ing Stearns County and the State of Minnesota. There is no charge for StearnS History Museum mem- bers; admission for non-mem- bers is $5. For more information about this program, please con- tact Gretchen Leisen (320) 253- 1646 or Kevin Wester (262) 355- 5758 or you may call the Stearns History Museum (320) 253-8424. The Stearns History Museum is located at 235 33rd Ave. S., in St. Cloud. Star of the North Games open The annual Star of the North Games will open Friday, June 19, in St. Cloud. The Star of the North Games is Minnesota's annual Olym- pic-style amateur sports festival, with more than 5,000 athletes from all over the state expected to com- pete in 24 different sports. Golf and Baseball will be the only sports to play on Friday; with oth- ers starting Saturday and Sunday: Also this weekend are billiards, div- ing, figure skating, lacrosse, rowing, swimming, the trail run and volley- ball. The remainder of the sports will be played next weekend, start- ing Friday, June 26. Sports will be held at dozens of athletic venues in St. Cloud and surrounding communities such as Sauk Rapids, Becker, Kimball, Clearwater. Sartell, and Waite Park. The busiest sports venue will be the campus of St. Cloud State Univer- sity, the site for weightlifting, swim- ming, diving, lacrosse and some of the basketball and volleyball tour- naments. The Student Recreation Center at Halenbeck Hall will house the games' headquarters. June 10th, 2009 CSSpringers 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 6 Kimball 0 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 0 0 8 11 LP: Matt Dingmarm (1-2) t ela>er I # I nB I BBIRI n I~1 so I Avg. Brooks Marquardt 3 4 2 l t 1 1 .321 Adam Theis 1 5 1 1 1 1 4 .379 Brian Marquardt 5 3 3 1 0 0 0 .273 Kyle Winter 35 6 0 0 1 1 1 .250 ?dee Erhard 13 4 0 0 1 1 0 .286 Adam Magnuson 21 4 0 l 1 0 0 .348 Andy Dingmann 16 3 0 0 0 0 0 .098 Lee Weisbrich 2 3 2 1 0 0 1 .056 Matt Dingmann 9 5 0 0 1 0 1 .318 RBI: Bro. Marquardt 1 (19), A. Tlieis 1 (17), K. Winter 1 (13), A. Erhard 1 (2) SB: Bro. Marquardt 2 (8), A. Erhard 1 (1), M. Dingmarm 1 (3) [Player [ # I IP I RSt Ea 1 8B I n I m~ l so [ ERA I Adam Magnuson 21 6 4 4 4 4 0 2 3.79 Mait Dingmann 9 4 3 ] 0 8 0 2 5.18 Baseball Fri., June 19, 7:30 p.m., at Eden Valley. SAT., JUNE 20, 4 P.M., LAKE HENRY. SUN., JUNE 21, 2 P.M., ST. NICHOLAS. Fri., June 26, TBA, at Howard Lake Tournament. Sat., June 27, TBA, at Howard Lake Tournament. Sun., June 28, 2 p.m., at Luxemburg. SUN., JULY 5, 2 P.M., PEARL LAKE. Other venues include Sauk Rap- ids-Rice Middle School for track and field; Wilson Park for rowing; Eagle Trace Golf Club in Clearwater for golf; Granite Bowl in St. Cloud for bowling; Pineview Park BMX for BMX cycling; Whitney Park for soc- cer; many local schools for basket- ball and volleyball; and the Munici- pal Athletic Complex (MAC) for fig- ure skating. The largest team sports are vol- leybaJl, with more than 144 teams; basketball, with about 100 teams; and soccer, expecting 60. The larg- est individual sports are track and field, with more than 300 athletes expected, and figure skating, with more than 100 predicted to com- pete. Barclay Kmse, president of the National Congress of State Games, is the state director of Star Of the North Games. The local St. Cloud director is Bartt Gevens. More information is available at , or call (320) 260-9699 (St. Cloud Area) or (800) 756-7827 (Toll-free statewide). Kimball 3 (11-6 Overall, 4-4 CVL), Litchfield 8 123456789 R H E Kimball 001000002 3 6 3 Litehfidd 000053000 8 11 1 LP: B. Arens (1-2) [ Player ] # I AB [BB[RI n I ~i I so I Avg. I ?dee Erhard 13 3 0 1 1 1 0 .333 Adam Theis 1 5 0 0 2 2 0 .393 Adam Beyer 34 3 1 0 0 0 2 .315 Jason Tenney 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 .217 Brian Marquardt 5 4 1 0 0 0 1 .286 Aaron Knaus 22 4 0 0 0 0 0 .321 Kyle Winter 35 4 0 0 1 0 0 .258 Andy Dingmann 16 3 0 0 0 0 0 .105 Shawn Dahlinger 17 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Ben Knaus 15 2 0 1 0 0 0 .133 Lee Weisbrieh 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .067 Matt Dingmarm 9 3 0 0 1 0 1 .333 Ramsey Simons 12 0 1 t 0 0 0 .222 2B: A. Erhard 1 (1), K. Winter 1 (4) RBI: A. Erhard 1.(1),A. Theis2(16) [Player ] # I w I~l ~a I BB [ H I HR. l' SO ] ERA t Bobby Arens 19 5.33 6 4 0 7 0 2 4.56 Matt Dingmann 9 2.67 2 2 1 4 0 5 5.75 tricountynews.MN