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Senior WR/DB Jon Albert 2 Interceptions Sophomore LBer Ryan Stelten ! 8 Tackles, 5 Assists, 2 Caused Fumbles, I Blocked Kick, 1 Tipped Pass . I Cubs run to Homecoming win ! COQeh (.2rvTrlmhl In the 3rd quarter with i ..... " ..... reserves already filling the | Kimball won big on Home- game, the Cubs lone score was | coming night with a lopsided a 7 yard run by Arnold. ! f.12 win over St. John's Prep.  401 quarter saw 3 m,ore, 1 [he win brought the Cubs' TDs. Sr. QB Jeremy Kuecme passed 26 yards to Jr. "IrE Tom I + to 4-1 on the season. Sr. 1 . Mike Arnold had a big night !  153 yards rushing on 18 1 h'eS and 4 touchdowns that IS laded an 85 yard punt return. l and placekicker Jesse I & an had a TD and 7-7 PAT ,,, The first quarter had the _1 up 14-6. Arnold started i . the scoring with the 85 yard hlt return and Sr. WR Brian ancan hauled in a 22 yard pass from smm. QB Ja- paulding for the other Bruggers for the 1st one and then Kuechle returned an inter- cepted pass 41 yards for the 2nd score. The last TD came on a 65 yard intercepted pass by Jr. LB Brad Birkholtz. Jr. Placekicker Pat Cronin kicked the last 2 PATs of the night. Leading the Kimball defense was Soph. LB'er Ryan Stelten with 8 tackles, 5 assists, 2 caused fmnbles, 1 blocked kick and 1 tipped pass, mul Sr. Safe- ty Jon Albert with 2 intereep- + I | he half with 3 more ttwas a fun night with all ate )lles. Arnold had 2 with 4 llpl gelg to IY a lot . "u,and 7 yant runs and Lied- and hopefully a springboard +,,='q s 15 yard catch of a into next week's game against GAME STATS 9/2 Team's Kim. St.JP 1st Downs 20 6 Rmhia s Plays 32 26 pmmqi 10-4-2 6-204 Total Plays 52 46 y, 244 76 PamnsY 133 I04 Total Yards 377 180 Ptm-Av. 1-31-0 6-31.0 Fubles-loa 3-3 4-3 Penalliel 6-70 5-35 QT,ores 1 2 3 4 Final 14 21 7 21 63 $tJP 6 6 0 0 12 CMC SCORES Kimball 63, St. John's Prep 12 Becker 25, EV-W 20 Holdingford 36, Maple Lake 22 Pierz 34, Big Lake 6 -k Volleyboll . Cubs win homecoming By Coach Kim Pelzer Kimball's 1991 volleyball homecoming was a big success! The Cubs easily handled the Johnnies in 3 straight games. In game one the Cubs jumped to an early 6-1 lead after 2 serves with 5 of those points from Jenny Wirth with 2 aces. The Johnnies gave them a scare 2 servers later and tied it at 6. However, with e consistent serving of Jenny chrnitt and good play action by rest of the team, Jenny went for 9 straight points to win the game at 15-6. Game two came and went easier for the Cubs. The Cubs were down 2-0 until Robin Van- Nurden served 6 straight to give the Cubs the lead at 6-2. St. lohns only added 1 more point and Kimball again saw Jenny $chmitt serve for 6 straight points and then Angie Ranta fi- nally got the serve and finished with 3 for the win at 15-3. In game three, Kimball had ome adjustments but jumped to a 4-0 lead and after 1 complete rotation led 8-3. The Johnnies slowly made a comeback and the Cubs only added 3 points through the 2rid round and it ended with the Johnnies tying the game at 11-11. However, Jenny Wirth, serving 4 straight, and the team working together, helped in giving the Cubs the win at 15-11 and the match. Kimball is now 6-6 overall and 3-1 in the CIVIC. Game Highlights Serves: Jenny Schmitt 18/18, 100%, 2 aces; Jenny Wirth 17/17, 100%. 4 aces; Sarah Fox 2/2, 100%, 1 ace; Robin VanNurden 8/9, 88%, 2 aces; Team 54/66, 81%, 14 aces. Blocks: Amy Unterberger 1/1, 100%, 1 ace; Team 1.1, 100%, 1 ace. Digs: Jenny Schmitt and Kristi Bahn, each 3/3, 100%; Joy Mattick and Angle Ranta, each 1/1, 100%; Team: 9/10, 90%. Hits/Tips: Angie Ranta 12/16, 75%, 7 kills (3 ace tips); Robin VanNurden 6/6, 100%, 4 kills (1 ace tip); Krista Bahn 10111, 90%, 4 kills; Amy Unter- berger 4/4, 100%, 3 kills (1 ace tip); Joy Mattick 4/7, 57%, 2 kills; Karla Kankel 2/5, 4O%, 2 kills (1 ace tip); Jenny Sehmitt 2/2, 100%; Penny Miller 2/3, 66%; Jenny Wirth 2/2, 100%, 1 kill; Team 45/58, 77%, 23 kills (6 ace tips). Sets/Assists: Jenny Wirth 27/27, 100%, 13 assists. Kimball Tri-County NGwee--Thursday, Oct. 3, 1991 5 Cubs almost beat Cards By Coach K,m Pe Kimball came out smoking against Annandale Tuesday night by winning the first 2 games of the match easily with scores of 15-4 and 15-9. It looked as thought they would beat the Cardinals for the 1st time in many years. However, it was not to happen in '91. The Cubs gave up the next 3 games but not without a battle. Kim- ball lost game 3, 15-3, but fought hard in games 4 & 5 only to lose 15-13 and 15-13. An- nandale was able to ace a few hits that stunned the Cubs who fought to come back but were unable to put it away. The Cubs are 5-6 overall and 2-1 in the CMC. Game Highlights Serves: Jenny Wirth 20/20, 100%, 6 aces; Jenny Schmitt 22/23, 95%, 3 aces; Robin Van- Nurden 21/22, 95%, 7 aces; Team 83/94, 88%, 23 aces. Blocks: Amy Unterberger 5/8, 62%, 4 aces; Angie Ranta 4/4, 100%, 2 aces; Jenny Schmitt 2/2, 100%. Team 11/17, 64%, 6 aces. Digs: Kristi Bahn 5/5, 100%; Jenny Wirth 2/2, 100%; Jenny Schmitt 3/5, 60%; Team 13/16, 81%. Hits/Tips: Angie Ranta 19/24; 79%; 12 kills (2 ace tips); Amy Unterberger 17/22; 77%; 11 kills (3 ace tips); Robin Van- Nurden 15/16; 93%; 6 kills (1 ace tip); Kristi Bahn 14/21, 66%, 2 kills; Jenny Schmitt 11/14, 78%, 2 kills (2 ace tips); Team 81/104, 78%, 35 kills (8 ace tips). Sets/Assists: Jenny Wirth 54/59, 30 assists; Jenny SchmilI 3/3; Kristi Bahn 2/2, 2 Assists; Team 62/69, 33 assists. Kimball JV playing hard! By JY Volleyball Coach Robin Koltes After a slow start, the JV Kimball Cubs came back and gave Annandale a "run for their money." Last Tuesday the Cubs lost to Annandale on the home court. The scores were 2-15, 15- 10, and 11-15. Coach Koltes commented, "We played a respectable match once we started scoring. We served 85% from the line, the best this yem'! It was a win in our eyes even though the scoreboard didn't show it!" The SL John's Prep JV vol- leyball squad surprised the Kimball Cubs. After the first game of the match the Johnnies came alive. The scores of the match were 15-2, 10-15 and 11- 15. Kimball won the first game by a large margin and then lost the next two games. "After tying up the score of the third game 11-11, I believed we eodd pull out a win. It just did- nl happen!" said coach Koltes. EWnemr00 V00k00baa ByKm Pza Once again the Kimball var- sity and junior varsity players are helping teach 4-6Ih graders on Saturday mornings. So far they have had 2 morning ses- si0ns with a total of 59 girls and 6 teams. On Saturday, Septem- ber 28, those present received their team t-shirt and played their 1st 2 rounds of volleyball action. There was a gym full of excitement, enthusiasm and vol- leyball Team play and results are as follows: Round 1: Terminator 9- 11, Untouchables 9; Firecrackers - 19, Black Aces 6; Aerial As- saults 2, Wild Hearts 16. Round 2: Terminator 9 - 13, Firecrackers 19; Aerial Assaults 7, Untouchables 24; Wild Hearts 23, Black Aces 7. Results Team W L Terminator 9 1 1 Untouchables 1 1 Black Aces 0 2 Wild Hearts 2 0 Aerial Assaults 0 2 Firecrackers 2 0 Eiem. Teams & Members Terminator 9: Char Math- ees, Carmen Andes, Emily Eck- er, Christy Finger, Emilii Bur- blies, Alissa Cooper, Megan Christensen, Sara Becker, Christin Kuseske. Untouchables: Andrea Pe- terson, Susan Hokkala, Kelly Kellely, Jennifer Stawarske, beth Seckinger, Jackie Serbus, Melissa Hokkala, Kelsey Knaus, Tina Gohman Black Aces: Tyra Erickson, Jackie Anderson, Jessica Holte, Becky Kuechle, Cindy Becket, Heidi Arnold, Mary Simmons, Christy Dahnke, Tina Morford. Wild Hearts:" Amber Maur- er, Jessica Olson, Misty Fischer, Stacy Capes, Karen Kuechle, Teresa Landwehr, Jackie Ross- man, Sam Mackereth, Jill Beck- er, Anna Erickson. Aerial Assaults: Kim Dal- ton, Andrea Fox, Becky Landwehr, Stacey Leither, Heather Gohman, Jennie Serbas, Bethany Hilary, Dacia Sim- mons, Megan Pelzer, April Hentges. Firecrackers: Jennifer Fis- cher, Mandy nard, Heather Piepkorn, Aadra Kuseske, Darcy Dahnke, Steph Jurgens, Candice Miller, Sarah Steward, Jenny Swanson, Jill Markgraf. GAME SCHEDULE: 10-12-91 1 vs 5 1 vs 3 4vs6 2vs4 3 vs 2 6 vs 5 I vs 4 I vs 2 3vs5 6vs3 2vs6 5vs4 1 vs 6 1 vs 4 5 vs 2 3 vs 5 4 vs 3 2 vs 6 1 vs 5 1 vs 3 4vs6 2vs4 3 vs 2 6 vs 5 Football 40. i. IB4ter I I Oct. Maple l-ke Volleyball 3ot. ,t Ik, d S Oct. at lloldingford iooa. Mq,k t+ 150a. it Irt