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Page 16 Sports .4 Leisure Thursday, July 16, 2009 r I = =_ri-County News *Kimball,i  Kimball Team Black Little League Kimball Gold takes home the crown in Luxemburg baseball results tournament The Kimball Little League Team Black competed in the Luxemburg Little League Baseball tournament that took place July 10-12. They ultimely took third place out of sixteen teams! Back row, left to right are Coach Bob Merchant, Coach David Klein, Michael Vossen, and Coach Charlie Serbus. Middle row are Jared Merchant, Skyler Schiefelbein, Ben Serbus, Mitchell Klein, Chris Anderson, and Dillion Tuthill. From row are Brandon Loch, Nate Overland, Dylan Opatz, Ty Morrison, and Brandon Schiefelbein. The coaches congratulate the team in a nice job done. You can find the latest news, sports, photos, videos, calendar events, obituaries, community notices, and much more on-line at www. tricountynews. MN !1 or lzng it in b/2 p.m. on '11 run yore  lira week for free. is current). OR for FREE. EiSef way, * NO i please. We reserve the .rig to limit FREE ads to subscribers only (not family), and to reject ads deemed unsuitable. MyName: FREE Classified Ad Request, O i currently subscribe to the Tri-CountyNews, and my subscription is paid up through Aug. 31, 2009, or beyond. or Ord like to start a new subscription and get rny free classified ads. Enclosed is the subscription coupon above. Please run my ad below for (circle one) 1 2 3 4 5 weeks Offer expires, and free ads will not run beTond Aug. 31, 2009. Our Kimball area lit- tle leaguers put on quite a show as both teams played some great base- ball, placing first and third in the 16-team Lux Little League Tour- ney this past weekend, July 10, 11, and 12. The Gold team con- tinued its hot streak by going 4-0 to take the crown with Kimball Black, going 3-1, with its only loss being a very well-played game against Kimball Gold. The champion- ship journey for Kim- ball Gold started with a pretty clean 6-2 vic- tory Friday night, over a spirited Cold Spring Red team. The game The Kimball Gold Little League team are winners. In front row: Josh Zabinski, was highlighted by Zach Stein, John Zipoy, Quinn Ryan, Chris Harter, Brady Faber, Hayes Hines, and solid pitching perfor- batboy Ben Zipoy. Middle row: Ted Zipoy, Joey VonWahlde, Matt Donnay, Austin mances by Joey Van- Schiefelbein, Jordan Joseph, Luke Merten, Troy Filzen, Tanner Mills, and Coach Wahlde and Jordan Doug Joseph. Back row: Coaches Steve Merten, Karl Zenner, Bob Stein, and Tim Joseph, with a big first Zipoy. Submitted photo. inning home run from 6-0 lead followed by a late rally TroyFilzen. from Kimball Gold. Tanner Mills Next up for Kimball Gold was a started the game for Gold with Jor- solid St. Stephen team which Gold dan Joseph coming in for relief. handled 8-2. Another solid pitch- One of the highlights of the ing performance from VonWahlde weekend for the Gold team was the and Joseph, with the offensive way that both Kimball teams and highlight being a monstrous home .fans supported one another. It was run from Jordan Joseph deep into common to see both teams sitting the swam, past center field, which in each other's dugouts and all prompted some playful question- coaches working cooperatively to ing how a 12-year-old could hit it encourage the kids. It was a great that far. day to be a Kimball Cub. Next up was a very well-played In the championship, Kimball game against Kimball Black, Gold defeated St. Augusta 16-10. decided 7-6 in favor of Gold. Kim- Kimball Gold got good pitching ball Black played a very clean performances from their work- game, jumping out to an early horses of Joseph and VonWahlde, with a little help once again from Tanner Mills. The team had to adjust to a tighter than normal strike zone, which caused the game to be higher-scoring than most. The game was highlighted defensively bY a couple of great plays from Tanner Mills at second base. Jordan Joseph continued his hot offensive play, going 4-4 with a walk, which included a big three- run homer in the sixth to all but seal the deal. The coaches would like to thank the parents and fans for all of the support. Douglas Joseph Pearl Lake Men's Slow-Pitch Games as of July 7 W L Pet. Brinky's 12 1 .923 Pearl Lake Lodge 8 4 .667 AHE Granite 7 5 .583 Lakeside Cabinets 7 6 .538 Theisen's Bldg. Sup. 7 7 .500 MartyMulisha 4 5 .444 Luxemburg Feed 4 7 .364 SOB's 4 7 .364 As Clowns 0 11 .000 Baseball Wed., July 15, 7:30 p.m., at Dassel. .Sun, July 19, TBA, CVL Playoffs. Sun., July 26, TBA, CVL Playoffs. Sat., Aug. 1, TBA, CVL Playoffs. 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