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].:'age 10 Lions, Cubs help each other Sports Leisure Before the Homecoming match-up with Maple Lake, the Kimball Lions presented a check for $500 to the Cubs football team. The team has helped the Lions serve at their Kimball Days pancake breakfast Junior Cora Gohmann (above} and the Labor Day burger sale in return for the donation. As a team, shows great volleyball form. Var- the Cubs are working all over Kimball to help raise money for equip- sity lost, but JV volleyball defeat- ment. Pictured are president Gary Vossen, Tyler Loch, secretary ed Homecoming opponent Maple Carly (Schiefelbein) Serbus, Travis Schiefelbein, and Ty Filzen. Staff Lake. Photo by Marguerite Laabs. photo by Marguerite Laabs. Danny Lochen, Mitch Pramann, Ty Filzen, Austyn Schlueter, junior wide receiver, senior defensive senior wide sophomore offensive son of David and lineman, son of Jan receiver, son of Mary lineman, Jayne Lochen. and Rudy Pramann. and Paul Filzen. son of Vanessa and  Mike Schlueter. 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Tabitha Mortenson, Volleyball Coach KAHS varsity volleyball vs. Upsala and Maple Lake Kimball varsity volleyball fell to Upsala and Maple Lake during Homecoming week. The team is struggling to find a rhythm and energy since their outstanding performance at Becket. Monday, Sept. 13, Upsala defeated Kimball 3-0 with their high energy and composure led by sophomore Amy Pelzer. Set scores were 15-25, 24-26, and 16-25. Stat leaders included Steph Konz and Cora Gohmann, each with eight kills, Rachel Arnold with 16 set assists, Heidi Lochen with 13 digs, and Lexi Rose with 12 digs. Thursday, Sept. 23, Maple Lake controlled our offense to 18 total service points and 11 total kills. Of those 11, Steph Konz had 6. Set scores against Maple Lake were 19-25, 16-25, 15-25. my ey CO JV:00:plits matches for the week of Homecoming The junior varsity volleyball team lost to Upsala on the Monday night of Homecoming week, but rebounded to defeat rival Maple Lake Thursday, Sept. 23. The Cubs are now 4 and 3 on the season. Scores versus Upsala were 24-26, ]amie Leither, Head Football Coach The Kimball Cubs hosted the Maple Lake Irish last Friday night, Sept. 24. It was homecoming at Kimball Area High School, and the kids were involved in multiple activities during the week in cele- bration of Homecoming. The Cubs started out slowly and never really recovered in a 47-8 loss to the Irish. The young Cubs made many mental mistakes on both sides of the ball. They played hard for the game but just seemed to be one to two steps slower than the Irish. Bad tackling and missed assign- ments on defense were the order of the night. Many young players got action in the game for the first time in the season. The defense 25-13, and 6-15. Unforced errors in hitting and serving led to the Cubs' demise. Scores versus Maple Lake were 25-10, 19-25, 15-8. The Cubs were aggressive in their offensive attack and served consistently in order to secure the win. C-team is on a roll vs. Upsala Monday, Sept. 20, Kimball hosted a tough Upsala volley- ball team, but also struggled in serving, passing and communi- cation. However, the Cubs were able to come away with a victory by putting it together and playing as a team. The game scores were: 16-25; 25-22; 15-3. Game highlights were: Setting - 26 attempts; 2 assists and 2 tips Attacks - 22 attempts; 7 kills and I ace tip Blocks- 3 solo blocks Serves - 53 attempts; 8 ace serves and 81 percent success Nice job C-team! They are 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the CMC. The homecoming match was Thurs- day against Maple Lake. Go Cubs! C-team wins homecoming match Kimball's C-team volleyball came away with a victory Thurs- day, Sept. 23, by defeating the . ': ':::"ii  :::ii :" " ..... -"i"  : ' :: ii :': ,,E ''''' i#::Siii ::::i f ::iii : :: iii!ii iiiiiiilii00iii00,,.:0000 iiiij .... 'r  : .......... :: ' ' " "l'l " .  Maple Lake Irish in 2 sets. The scores were: 25-18 and 15-15. The Cubs did a great job of serving the ball which is always key to winning. We also set the ball the most times all season and attempted to attack more than we have so far as well. Nice job, Cubs, as you are now 5-1 overall and 2-0 in the CMC. Our next match is Monday, Sept, 27, at Swanville for a 5 p.m. start time, and then Thursday, Sept. 30, against Holdingford at the Huskers. Game Highlights: Setting - 27 attempts, 7 assists and 1 tip Attacks - 26 attempts, 7 kills and 3 tip kills Blocks - 3 solo blocks Serves - 59 attempts with 5 bad for 91 percent success, 15 ace serves (5 players served 100 per- cent successfully; no missed serves) Go Cubs! !!::: ::ii::i::i!::i::i,i!i! j  iii!!iiiii!i!i::gi i! li iiii00 was led by senior lineman Mitch Pramann, who led the team with 10 tackles and a sack. Eighth- grader Jordan Joseph was second on the team with nine tackles. This was Jordan's first real action on the varsity level. The offense was led by junior running back Danny Lochen who was the lead- ing rusher and scored the lone points for the Cubs. The Cubs travel to Holdingford to play a tough Husker team. The team will work hard this week to improve their performance on the field this week. Thank you for sup- porting the football team this sea- son.