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PAGE 6 8, 2016 ..... www.tricountynews.mn Cubs' football team overwhelmed by Irish By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Cubs ran into a tough Maple Lake squad on Thursday, Sept. 1, dropping the non-district game, 56-12. Maple Lakes' Alex Toedter and Hunter Malachek were too much for Kimball, as they ran for 188 yards and 81 yards, respectively; and combined for four touchdowns. It's very early in the season and the Cubs put up a great effort against a very for- midable Maple Lake team. Cubs Stats: Del Guerrero, 12-yard TD pass from Drew Gustafson; Miller, 17-yard TD run; Individual Stats: Rushing: Payton Hanan 15-37, Miller 6-29, Payton Schiefelbein 2-7, Ben Zipoy 1-3, Drew Gustafson 1(-11), Aeron Ashbrook 2-10, Zach Garding 3-0, Michael Binsfeld 1-3; Passing: Gustafson 2-12-2 37; Receiving: Levi Guerrero 1-12. Kimball's senior Payton Hanan with a tackle. Photo courtesy of Amanda Garding. Sodergren 1-25, Golf Pro, Kimball Golf Club Kimball Golf Club News If you arrive at the golf course Mark Kunkel within minutes before your tee A little bird told me that over time, warm up with chip shots. To the past few rounds of golf, Flash warm up in a hurry and get a sense from Watkins has had a couple of 1 of feel or touch, use the time you under par 9 hole rounds. have to stroke a few chips shots Up Coming Events around the putting green. This Saturday, Sept. 10, Kimball will putyour mind on the business Booster Club 18 hole Scramble at hand which is to play golf. Saturday, Sept. 17, Couples League Results and Outstanding Night 9 hole scramble Play Saturday, Sept. 24, Watkins Congratulations: Lions 18 hole scramble Mixed league Nicklaus For more information contact Division: Larry Hartel, Charlie KGC (320) 398-2285, or kimball Kerston, Tony Schmitz. golfclub@gmail.com. Palmer Division: Gene and Keepthosegolfclubsreadyfora Wanda Risch, Dale Risch. great fall of golfi Men's One Person League Golf the Game for Life! Winner: Gene Risch; Runner-up Cubs' volleyball team shines in opener By Pat Garry, StaffWriter The Kimball Area Cubs' volley- ball team opened its new season at home and on a positive note, sweeping non-conference rival Ogilvie, 3-0. The Tuesday, Aug. 30, game scores were 25-13, 25-17, and 25-15. "The girls were able to work through some of their first game jitters and end on a command- ing note," said Coach Tabitha Mortenson. Mackenzie Leither led Kimball with nine kills, and Madison Hurrle added eight more for the victorious Cubs. Emma Kuechle and Steph Hurrle each tallied 15 set assists for the Cubs and Katie Spaulding recorded four ace serves and 6 kills. "Our setters did a good job of spreading the offense. We play next Thursday at Paynesville for our first conference match," added Coach Mortenson. Kimball's Kenzie Leither gets a kill conference match Tuesday, Aug. 30, against Ogilvie. The Cubs swept the non- at home. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Kimball School Menus I S ept 12-16 with roll, mashed potatoes, corn, carrot sticks, seasonal fruit, milk. Break'fast Tuesday: Beefy nachos or Monday: Breakfast pizza or chicken patty sandwich, blackbean choice of cereal, toast, flesh vegeta- salsa, cherry tomatoes, shredded bles, canned fruit, milk. lettuce, fruited gelatin, milk. Tuesday: Sausage & egg on Wednesday: Oven roasted hot English muffin or choice of cereal, dog or toasted cheese sandwich, toast, fresh vegetables, juice choice, tomato soup, cucumber slices, cau- milk. liflower, seasonal fruit, milk. Wednesday: Mini pancakes, or Thursday: Tater tot hot dish choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegeta- with bread slice or BBQ chicken bles, seasonal fresh fruit, milk. sandwich, sweet garden peas, car- Thursday: Breakfast burritos, rot sticks, cauliflower, seasonal tri-tater or choice of cereal, toast, fruit, milk. fresh vegetables, juice choice, milk. Friday: Pizza parlor cheese Friday: Cheesy ham melt or pizza or hamburger on a bun, cel- choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegeta- ery sticks, broccoli, garden rad- bles, seasonal fresh fruit, milk. ishes, seasonal fruit, milk. Lunch Monday: Popcorn chicken bowl with soft pan roll, or Salisbury steak Discount Tickets Available Online & At Participating Superintendent Update Week of Sept. 6 By ]im Wagner, Superintendent embraced raising the expecta- KimbalI Area Schools tions and showing everyone that Good day Kimball. The 2016- Kimball has a top quality educa- 2017 school year is off and run- tion system for our students. Good ning. It is hard to believe that the job. summer went as fast as it did con- Our track surface is now being sidering the students had a sum- installed. The surface of this track mer vacation with an extra week. is of the quality that was used in I had a number of parents express the Rio Olympics. It is exciting to their excitement to have the have a surface our students can school year start. Needless to say, be proud to train and compete on. the teachers and staff are excited Our surface will be the best otit- to get back to work and see how door surface in the entire state, so much the students have grown we look forward to hosting some over the summer, big events over the next years. Just Part of the excitement comes wanttoremindeveryonethatonce from the Minnesota Department the track is complete, only run- of Education releasing the school ning shoes will be allowed on the performance results for the school surface. Football cleats and spikes districts across the state. It was will damage it, so please do not go exciting to see that the elementary on the trackwith that type of foot- building was once again named a wear. No wheels or vehicles will be "Reward" school. This is the third allowed to drive or cross over it as time in four years this has hap- well. Please help us to keep it as the pened. The significance of this best surfacearound. cannot be stressed enough how Well that is all for now. It has well the staff, students, and par- been fun seeing all of our students ents have done in helping that aroundthebuildingsparticipating building be one of the best in the in the fall activities. Remember, if state of Minnesota. Only 5 per- you are looking for something to cent of elementary schools across do, stop in and watch our students the state have been able to achieve compete and represent our school this designation over that amount and community. Have a great of time. This is a testament to how weekend and GO CUBS! hard the students and staff have