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Thursday, August 19, 2010 t Tri-County News Kimball, MN ~ ~ .~ ~:~:~:~:~*~*~:~*~ wi~: " Babe Ruth State Play0ffs Pearl Lake Babe Ruth team takes second at State Pearl Lake finished the year with Saturday, Aug. 7, they beat Haw- proceed to the championship game a l0-0 record for League Play. In play- ley 5-3 and started their game with against Browerville. The boys fought offs they had a 2-1 record. The State New York Mills. The game was called hard and just kept coming back with Tournament was Aug. 5-8 in Fergus because of a tomado warning and a morehitsandmenonbase.Afteralong Falls. In double elimination lalay, they severe storm front moving through battleBrowervillewonl0-4. beat Ashby 16-0 in five innings and Fergus Falls. Play resumed Sunday Congratulations to the Pearl Fosston 7-1 Thursday, Aug. 5. Friday, momingwith a win for Pearl Lake 13-7. Lake team for all their hard work. Aug. 6, theylost to Browerxdll6 %17. The Lakers then beat Melrose 5-1, to Jolaine Schreifels Page 11 MN High School Small school Big success stories Ready for college Ready for life 1.800.764.8166 x 111 info@mnohs,org Pictured left to right, in front are Jordan Joseph and Luke Merten. In middle row are Justice Keefauver (draftee), Adam Kunkel (draftee), Sam Andrusick, Ben Theisen, Cameron Hunt (draftee), Tanner Mills, Andy Lenzmeier, Hunter Schreifels, and Nick Heinen. In back row are Danny Lochen, Tim Konz, Shane O'Keefe, Austin Roerick, Cole Denn, Justin Kunkel, Andy Linn (helper), Coaches Bob Kunkel, Gary Linn, and Gordy Schreifels. Submitted photo. purchase beverage ALL-YOU'CAN-EAT Chicken Regular or Garlic Are you ready for some FOOTBALL? It's time for the KIMBALL CUBS Youth Football! Grades 1 and 2 There is a new Touch Foot- ball program for students enter- ing grades 1 and 2. Practices are scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays, Aug. 21, 28, Sept. 11, 18, a~ad~ 25, They will be at the KAHS Football Field and the cost is $15. Grades 3-6 Grades 3-6 Tackle Football has sign-up and equipment handout at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25, at the Kimball Area High School. Practices are Tuesdays and Thurs- days from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the KAHS Football Field. Cost is $30. Grade 3-6 Football Camp This Football Camp for grades 3-6 is from 7-8:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 27, at the KAHS Football Field and cost is $5. All participants will learn skills such as passing, catching, ball handling,much more. blocking, kicking and Picture night Members of the Kimball HighThe Kimball football team will School football team and coaches have an intra-squad scrimmage will conduct the camp. For more information on any of these programs, please contact Brian Becker at (320) 398-7800 or (320) 493-1217, e-maih . Programs are sponsored by The Kimball Booster Club, we are seek- ing new members and volunteers. There is no cost to becoming a member, so join today and help sup- port youth activities in Kimball. Brian Becket that will be free to the public at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25. Bring the family to watch this year's version of Kimball football. The Kimball Sports Boosters will have concessions available. i!/ Stearns County 4-H Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction Area businesses and organiza- in their species area. These dona- Fergus Falls- tions showed generous support for tions are helpful in many areas -FirstDistrictAssociation, Litch- Stearns County 4-H and top 4-H such as helping to defray feed cost field livestock exhibiters at the Blue Rib- or even allowing a 4-H'er to expand Freeport Veterinary Service, bon LiveStock Auction on Friday, his or her 4-H project by purchasing Freeport July 30th at the Stearns County Fair another animal for next year. Freiler Feeds, Paynesville in SaukCentre. All the 4-H participants, fami- Gold'n Plump Poultry, Sauk Nearly 40 generous bidders pur- lies, and auction committee would Rapids chased the ribbons of 56 Champion, like to thank the buyers, contending Halls Farms, Brooten Reserve Champion and Blue Rib- bidders, and all those who attended Holdingford Mill, Holdingford bon livestock exhibits at the annual the auction. Your support is greatly John Torgerson, St. Cloud 4-H event, resulting in a total dona- appreciated! Land O'Lakes, Melrose tion of $16,875I A big thank you goes to the Long Prairie LivestockAuction, Final bids per ribbon ranged following buyers: Long Prairie from $100 to $875 with a median bid AgStar Financial Services, Long Prairie Packing, Long of $250. Ribbons for the top mar- Waite Park Prairie ket animals for each specie area Anderson Farms, Belgrade Luxemburg Feed Service, St. including Beef, Goat, Sheep, Poul- Atfield Mill ! Polzin Cattle, Cloud try, Swine and Rabbits, as well as Atwater MidAmerican Auction Com- top Dairy animals were sold in the Augusta Motor Works, St pany, SaukCentre auction. Augusta Midwest Machinery, Sauk Cen- The Blue Ribbon Livestock Auc- Belgrade Commercial Club,tre tion is a unique opportunity for Belgrade Paul Anderson, State Represen- community agencies and busi- Bernicks Pepsi, St. Cloudtative, Starbuck nesses to directly support individ- Bonanza Valley State Bank, Roth Family, St. Cloud ual 4-H'ers in their livestock endeav- Brooten Schaefer Cattle Co Belgrade orsandthe4-HProgramasawhole. Brooten Commercial Club, Belgrade Livestock Auction A Blue Ribbon Auction differs from Brooten Market, Belgrade traditional Livestock Auctions in Central Livestock-Albany, St. Martin National Bank, St. that what is actually purchased is Albany Martin a ribbon representing the many CentraSota Co-Op, Little Falls State Bank of Cold Spring, Cold accomplishments of. the 4-H'er Cornerstone Ag Services, St. Spring while the 4-H'er retains ownership Stephen Stearns Veterinary Outlet, Mel- of the animal. Crafts Direct, Wake Park rose With the money 4-H'ers receive Elmdale Creamery, Bowlus Stickney Hill Dairy, Kimball from these generous sponsors, they Feed Company, Belgrade Van Havermaet Livestock, Sauk can continue to be actively involved Fergus Falls Livestock Auction, Centre GONE T