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scoreless but trying Dave Traurig Head Football Coach Kimball Area High School The Kimball Cubs' foot- ball team ho play well :lt?ecoming loss ckford Rockets, lball offense is the ball in the rtmning back developing into back. Erich Yards on 26 car- Opening the ;a young often- into a group is led by randon Hurtle Dahnle. group are jun- iors center Aaron Dahlinger and tightend Paul Hughes, sopho- mores Andy Diffley and Robbie Massmann and freshman John Hanley. Seniorcaptain leremy Dahnke had an excellent night on both sides of the ball, catch- ing six passes for 39 yards from his tightend position. On de- fense the linebacker had five tackles, two for losses and three assists for losses. He also shared a quarterback sack. Senior line- backer AI Holker contributed three tackles, one for a loss, and five assists. Kimball travels to Pierz Friday i night, Oct. 3, for a Central Min- nesota Conference game. / 'olleyball now3-12 In the past two weeks, the Cubs has played in band three reg- Winsted - second time Sept. 15. strong Bel- squad, The Cubs  12'25. Sept. 20,. is in round I Which the Cubs a 1-2 record. to city 16-25. In their second match of the day, the Cubs defeated Rogers High School, 25-20 and 25-18. In their third and final match, the Cubs played a scrappy Holdingford team, losing 18-25 and 16-25. This past week was Home- coming for the Cubs. They were soundly defeated by a strong Rockford team, 13-25, 7-25 and 12-25. Saturday, Sept. 273 the Cubs traveled to the Becker Invita- tional and lost to Milaca (19-25, 9-25), Becker (12-25, 10-25) and Royalton (21-25, 20-25). The Cubs-pqayed St. ]ohn's Prep Monday, Sept. 29, and Pierz Tuesday; Sept. 30. Results were not availableat the time of / printing. volleyball Kimball's junior high volleyball Thursday, gym. to level of to their oppo- may not al- the win col- are constant- and game. We Son high of 15 I our goal was only eight. Five of our attempts were good hits and we only had one kill but we are striving to be ag- gressive and attack. Skill areas that need to be worked on are our overhand serves, which are getting better every practice, our dropped balls keep haunting us and, of course, winning a match! Our game scores were: 23-25; 13-25; 25-6; 11-25. We work hard at every aspect of the game and know we will be assets to the future of Kirnball volleyball! Aqua Belles 9/22/03 W L Vinar's Cabinets 20 8 JB Liquor 20 8 Aastonishing 19 9 Video Haven 13 15 Jammat Ind. 11 17 Aqua Lanes 10 18 Keek Developers 10 18 Schmidty's 9 19 Top three games: Deb Lam- mersen 194; Peggi Gohman 188; BeckyWhitter 177. Top three series: Deb Lam- mersen 547; Peggi Gohman 505; Flo Worden 448. 160 game or better: Deb Lam- mersen 194, 179, 174; Peggi Gohman 188, 160; Becky Whitter 177; Flo Worden 170; Ashley Capes 168; Alice Vinar 167; Tina Mandel 167; Carol Pramann 166; Connie Ernst 164. Aqua lills 9/23/03 w L Fair Haven Elec. #1 19 2 Aqua Lanes 16 5 Rock Stars 11 10 Schmidt Racing 10 11 Lanescapers 10 / 11 Stuve's Auto Ranch 7 14 Mackereth Excavating 6 15 Fair Haven Elec. #2 5 16 Individual high game and se- ries: Linda Kunkel 192, 190, 549; Karla Adolph 181,534; Darlene Looman 511. Team high game and series: Fair Haven Electric #1 569, 1605; Schmidt Racing 558, 1541; Aqua Lanes 550, 1611. 160 game or better: Linda Kunkel 192, 190, 167; Karla Adolph 181, 179, 174; Barb Liedman 179; Shaana Kuseske 177; Darlene Looman 175, 171, 165; Lynn Adolph 172; Janie Schmidt 169, 164;andi Lunde-Tadych 161. Tri-County 9/24/03 W L Short3fs 102 26 CentraSota 85.5 42.5 Ropers 76 52 Am. Express 72 56 Aqua Lanes 65 63 Vinar Cabinets 50.5 77.5 Salsa Sharks 36 92 Serbus Drywall 35 103 Individual high game: Dwight V'mar 254, 247, 201; Monte Serbus 235, 201; Ben Oporto 223; Greg Hanson 214; Duane Vinar 212; lake Asfeld 211; Matt Serbus 211; Shawun Atldelsik 208; Mike O'Reil- ly 206; Steve Becker 204; loey Bo- gatski 204; Bronson Hammerstad 201. Individual high series: Dwight Vinar 702; Ben Oporto 640; loey Bogatsid 584; Monte Serbus 583; Duane V'mar 582. Town and Country 9/26/03 W L .Aqua Lanes 105 39 Schmidt Racing 91.5 52.5 Whippowill Hills 86.5 57.5 Richies Sin. Eng. 81.5 62.5 Bumper to Bumper 78.5 65.5 Norgren Builders 61 83 NC Forestry 52 92 124 Tramps 20 Individual high game: Dwight Vinar 246; Duane Vinar 236; Tom Reinert 234; Cory Looman 233; Larry Rhode 230; Pat Rossman 225, 205; Bill Cooper 215; Dave Unter- berger 214; Jeff Boxell 211; Dan Myllykangas 210, 208, 201; Dave Boxell 205, 200; Richie Capes 203; tim Lammerson 201; Dean Kimball Rescue 15 57 Schmidt 201; larrit Ramthum 200. Weekly top 10: Jeff Schmidt- Individual high series: Dan bauer 233, 215, 208, 656; Bill Lied- Myllykangas 619; Dwight Vinar -man 212,200, 573; Eric Donnay 618; Pat Rossman 614; Larry Rhode 597; Cory Looman 590. Commercial League W L Kim-Built 47 25 Gusto Graphics 47 25 H & S Heating/AC 45 27 Kimball Fire Dept. 34.5 37.5 MarshfieldCabinets 27.5 20.5 210, 558; Mark Serbus 200, 552; Dave Wysoski 251, 551; John Clement 201,546; Mike Neil 202, 531; Toby Wentzlaff 530; Dwight Vinar 528; Steve Gohman 520. NOTE: Scores submitted after dead- line (5 p.m. Monday) will be print- ed the following week. "Today's Country and a Lot More" Since 1993. (320) 587-2140 or (800) 955-6113 FAX (320) 587-5158 Minnesota Farm Network Affiliate Associated Press News Service karpradio,om info@kduz.com Pick up your FREE Swap Shop Cards at the Tri-County News office. BALL EXPRESS Watch the games with us! I I I er Saturday night. To sign up, call 398-7722.