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Thursday, September 16, 2010 Tri-County News Kimball, MN Sports .Leisure Page 23 IIII I Snake Dance and Kimball volleyball under way Bonfire planned Kimball Cares met Tuesday, Sept. 14, and is making plans for a Snake Dance and a Bonfire for after the Corona- As A the 8:30, to return people to the high school, those who would need a ride. Junior varsity volleyball is on three-match win streak By Tabitha Mortenson, Coach Kimball Cubs volleyball is underway, and despite their slow start, this young team is begin- ning to create some chemistry. Returning starters from last year include senior Shannon Donnay and Stephanie Konz. The other returning senior is Heidi Lochen. Other juniors seeing varsity play this season include Breane Mei- erhofer, Cora Gohmann, Liz Kas- tanek, and Emily Donnay. loin- ing this group are sophomore Tif- fany Kuechle, and freshmen Hollie Donnay and Lexi Rose. After tough losses at home to Annandale 1-3 in our season opener, Ogilvie 2-3, and Royalton 1-3, the Lady Cubs went on the road to Rock- ford and sweeped 3-0 with scores 25-16, 25-21, and 25-14. Star lead- ers for this last match included junior Rachel Arnold with five ser- vice aces and 17 set assists, senior Shannon Donnay with seven kills and six digs, and junior Steph Konz also with seven kills. By Amy Notch, Coach The Kimball Cubs junior var- sity volleyball team won convinc- ingly in its last three matches. Thursday, Sept. 2, the Cubs hosted Ogilvie. The team took the match in two sets, 25-12, 25-14. Tuesday, Sept. 7, the Cubs faced the Royal- ton Royals at home. With strong serving and excellent communi- cation, the Cubs took the match 25-12, 25-21. Finally, Thursday, Sept. 9, the Cubs took their skills down Highway 55 to Rockford. The Cubs beat the Rockets 25-16, 25-IZ Keys for the Cubs include steady passing, constant talk from key players, and aggressive serv- ing. According to one junior var- sity player, "We are gellin'." Team members state they are commit- ted to each other and the team. Another player mentioned that "We play for each other; it's not about what one person wants out on the floor." The Cubs play host to Pierz at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 16. 703 sq. ft., s= 1 Acre[ HOME VA over 50 ACRE lisngs of lots, land, lakehomes, & morel I.U E $ Ron Dockendorf BrokertGRI 764-SOLD (7653) w 36700 657th Ave, Watldrm 20 acres/15 tillable. 4 Ix., 2 ba. home with 2400 fsf. Good outbldgs. Undivided interest in large lake  lot on Clear Lake. te raise Call Ran On19 $326,500 12389 CO RD 150 Kimball bin, Full 2 = kitchen dowstaim Kyle Neu Ron Realtor 67944 MN HWY 55, Watkins 320-224-1376 4 bm, 1 ba ho, on 20 acres w/creak.  2 car garage, & oounlry kitehon. Only $179,900 Riverwood Realty www.riverwoodrealt