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Kimball school menu Oct. 7-1 1 green peas, white bean salad, cucumber slices, fresh fruit, canned Breakfast ~t, milk. Monday:. Breakfast sandwich or Tuesday: Italian pasta bake with cereal, whole wheat toast, jelly/mar- garlic toast or cheeseburger on a garine, juice or fruit, milk. bun, spinach salad, carrot sticks, Tuesday: Breakfast pizza or cauliflower, fresh fruit, canned cereal, whole wheat toast, jelly/ fruit, milk. margarine, juice or fruit, milk. Wednesday: Chicken & cheese, Wednesday: Scrambled eggs w/ quesadilla with salsa or hot dog on ham or sausage or cereal, whole a bun, broccoli florets, black bean wheat toast, jelly/margarine, juice salsa, cucumber, fresh fruit, canned or fruit, milk. fruit, milk. Thursday: Egg bake, or cereal, Thursday: Baked chicken leg whole wheat toast, jelly/margarine, with barley bake & roll or Italian tur- juice or fruit, milk. key sandwich, Firenze corn salad, Friday: French toast & sausage white bean salad, cauliflower, fresh or cereal, Whole wheat toast, jelly/ fruit, calmed fruit, milk. margarine, juice or fruit, milk. Friday: French bread pizza or Lunch ham & cheese on a bun, Romaine Monday: Chicken nuggets, or salad, carrot sticks, tomato wedges, sloppy Joe on a bun, Mac-n-cheese, fresh fruit, canned fruit, milk. Cubs 14U finish fifth in division The Kimball Cubs 14U fast- The Cubs faced very tough pitch softball team competed competition this season, against this past Sunday, Sept. 29, in mostly metro area teams. The Minnetonka at the Minnesota league consisted of 114 teams in the Metro Fastpitch League State 14andyounger(Ll)agegroup, which Tournament. This year marked was divided into four divisions. The the first year that these girls com- Cubs finished fifth in their division peted in a fall softball league, and with a record of five wins and three for many of them the first time losses. They playedwell in the state they played at the 14U level,tournament and won one game and lost two. OFFENSE Friday, Sept. 27, at Maple Lake DEFENSE SPECIAL TEAMS Austin Schiefelbein, BradyMehr, sophomoreBen Theisen, Tyler Smith, senior running back, linebacker, son of junior punt-and-kick junior lineman, son of Gall & BobPetrina & Ken Mehr. returner, son of Amy son of Janice & Schiefelbein. BenSerbus, senior Kuechle & CraigTheisen. Troy Smith. linebacker, son ofAnn & Charlie Serbus. Austin had 78 yards rushing, many were simply running over Brady had 14 total the opposing players!tackles, and Ben had 13 total tackles. Ben did a great job on punt-and-kick return, and he was just shy of returning a kickoff for a touchdown. Tyler did a good job on defense and a great job blocking on offense. Cubs continue losing streak at Maple Lake By Pat Garry, Staff writerto continue to improve ourselves Maple Lake 7 16 6 14 43 The Kimball Area football team and look toward making noiseKimball 6 0 12 8 26 traveled to Maple Lake last Friday in the playoffs," Kimball Coach Stats: Rushing: Hunt 21-78, night, September 27, in search of Jamie Leither said. That improves Schiefelbein 14-71, John Zipoy 3-7; their first victory but came away Maple Lake's conf~erence record to Passing: Hunt 7-18-1 71; Receiv- disappointed. Maple Lake Was up 3,1 and tied for second place in the ing: Hennen 3-35, Merchant 3-30, for the challenge as they jumped conference, with an overall mark Nate Overland 1-6. out early, taking a 23-6 advan- of 4-1. The loss keeps the Cubs in Homecoming for the Cubs is tage into the halftime break. Each the Central Minnesota Conference next when they host undefeated team tallied 20 second half points, cellar at 0-4, and 0-5 overall. Lead- and first-place Holdingford for a resulting in a runaway victory for ing the Cubs' effort was senior Central Minnesota challenge Fri- the Irish, 43-26. "The Cubs fought quarterback Cameron Hunt, who day, Oct. 4. hard this week down two starters tossed three touchdown strikes . against a very good team. We need and rushed for another. The Kimball Cubs 14U fastpitch softball players and coaches are pictured, in front are, from left to right, Katie Spaulding, and Kenzie Leither. In second row are Ashley Schindele, Emily Tadych, Katie Merchant, Erin O'Brien, and Rachel Utecht. In back are coach Glen Schindele, Krista Loch, Madaline Gustafson, Haley Robben, coach Roger Utecht and Julia Zipoy. Not pictured is coach James Loch. Submitted photo. Kimball NHS students clean ditches Senior Nate Overland blocks a Maple Lake defender as senior Austin Schiefelbein breaks a tackle to gain some extra yards Sept. 27. Staff photos by Marguerite Laabs. Kimball High School's National Honor Society cleaned ditches Saturday, Sept. 21, in Kimball. They are pictured by their highway sign. The NHS students are, from left to right, Cameron Hunt, Mathias Hennen, Stacy Hurrle, Hannah Serbus, Brittany Wittrock, Delaine Zongo, Shelby Schiefelbein, Maddy O'Brien (behind), Savanna Gohman, Made!yn Jansky, and Rebecca Frank: Submitted photo. Senior Mathias Hennen gets a good return off of a Maple Lake kickoff Friday night in Maple Lake.