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KAHS boys' basketball camp was held last week Alex Harter receives Eagle Scout rank Coach Jay Klein held a basketball camp for KAHS boys in grades 7-12 last week. Summer camps develop skills that will help players, and teams, come basketball season in the fall. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. By Jay Klein, coach competed in different games and Ehlinger, Brady Faber, Hayden The Kimball boys' basketball various shooting contests both Gagnon, Casey Gohmann, Mason program recently hosted theiras a team and on individual level Hennen, Michael Hoffman, Noah summer basketball camp for throughout the week. The players Jurek, Keali'i Kapoi, Austin Marx, grades7-12andatotalof25players improved greatly over the course George Matua, Brendan Mau- participated. The players worked of the camp. rer, Sawyer Mies, Riley Miller, on basketball fundamentals inParticipants in the boys' bas- Hunter Schreifels, Aaron Ser- the areas of ball handling, drib- ketball camp included: Hunterbus, Will Spaulding, Joshua Statz, bling, passing, shooting, rebound- Ahlrich, Trevor Combs, Cole Brody Strand, Zack Streit, Joey ing, and defense. Campers also Czech, Isaiah Ehlinger, Sam VonWahlde, and JohnZipoy. Express squander late lead, Hawks By Pat Garry, StaffWriter 4 runs, featuring a walk-off hit Game Totals: The Kimball Express lost a from Joe Thiel and an Express 123 45 6 789 R H E heartbreaker to the host Eden Val- throwing error. Matt Dingmann Express 400 000 000 4 11 1 Icy Hawks, 5-4, Sunday evening, got the start and was relieved by Hawks 0 00 00 1 004 5 9 3 June 23, as they let a three-run Adam Beyer in the sixth inning. The Express record stands at ninth inning lead, go by the way- Ben Johnson was charged with13-4 overall and 10-3 in the Cen- side. Kimball jumped out early, the loss. Offensively, the Express tral Valley League South. Next scoring 4 first inning runs. Rid- were led by Beyer, who went 3 for . up is a game at the Cold Spring ing a 4-1 advantage into the bot- 5, including a double and 2 RBIs, Springers, Wednesday, June 26, tom of the ninth, the Express had followed by Joseph and Brian Mar- 7:30p.m.;Saturday, June29,athome all but sewn up the victory. But quardt, collecting two hits apiece, vBird Island at 4 p,m,; and Sunday, the Hawks secured the win on June30, at St. Nicholas, 2 p.m. At Alex Harter's Eagle Scout ceremony, from left to right, are Eagle Scout Brad Mies, Keali'l Kapoi, Everett Eken, Eagle Scout Alex Harter, Scout leader Bill Liedman, and Eagle Scout Austin Roerick. Submitted photo. First class in KAHS history to have three graduating seniors who are Eagle Scouts By Bill Liedman, Scoutmaster Saturday, June 22, at the home of Scott and Lisa Harter, the Eagle Scout Court of Honor was held for Alex Harter. Alex earned his Eagle award upon completion of 21 merit badges and also com- pleted his Eagle Scout project.. The Eagle Scout project consists of planning, acquiring funds, pur- chasing materials, and building the project while demonstrating good leadership qualities. Alex built a new aluminum can recycling trailer for the Kimball community. This trailer is located in the northeast corner of Schmid- ty's Tesoro. Proceeds from the sale Lisa Harter pins the Eagle Scout of recycled aluminum cans sup .... pin on her son Alex's shirt. Lisa ports the local Boy Scout troop, received a special pin as mother Funds to build the trailer were of an Eagle Scout, too. acquired from the Kimball Fire Department, The Kimball Rod and Eagle Austin Roerick, Senior Gun Club, and Alex's grandfather, Patrol Leader Keali'I Kapoi, Troop Duwayne Orbeck. Chaplain Aide Everett Eken, Alex, During the ceremony, Alex's Scoutmaster Bill Liedman, and mother, Lisa, pinned the Eagle Eagle Scout Brad Mies are Troop Emblem over his heart, members who took part in Alex's Eagle Ceremony. PREVIEW: June 30, 1-2 p.m. 271 Church Street, South Haven Auction is Saturday, July 6, 10 a.m. 6-BR 2-story home with .............. ! 2 baths. This home is ..... #::,, ............. i .... ! loaded with character. :, Handicap-accessible deck, ..... : front and back porches. Newer roof, windows, cabinets, and double ..... garage with lots of storage. Chain-link fence. 1.4-acre corner lot with mature trees. * Chuck and Vicki Stenson are moving south and selling their home and personal properly at auction. Full details available on our website. * Black Diamond Auctions Col. FrankImholte, Lic. #73-05-003 (320) 255-9398 --(800) 440-9398 Check out our Photo Gallery at w. tr ,co , y ,.ws MN THOUSANDS of photos of schools, sports, and community events to view and purchase prints! dl Videos of community events, too!