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PAGE 8 October 6, 2016 S...A...I_A ..... pur[ senior nl By Pat Garry, Staff Writer Kimball welcomed in Holdingford last Thursday, Sept. 29, and shut out the Huskers, 3-0. Set scores were 28-18, 25-20, and 25-15. The Cubs celebrated senior night, so the team's six seniors were recognized for their contributions to the team. Madi Hurrle led the team with 15 kills, and Katie Spaulding followed with 8. Kenzie Leither and Caitlin O'Brien each had 6 kills. Emma Kuechle had 27 set assists and Stephanie Hurtle added 9. Madi Hurrle had 7 total blocks and Emma and Caitlin each had 4. "We stepped up our block- ing in this game. We had only had two service errors and served and hit aggressively enough to keep Holdingford from getting into a solid rhythm," said Coach Tabitha Mortenson. Madison Hurrle tips one over during the three-game sweep over the Holdingford Huskers Thursday, Sept. 29. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Kimball football woes continue By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Cubs were invited to a Mid-State Sub District III game with Upsala/Swanville last Friday, Sept. 30. The Patriots continued to stay hot in their homecom- ing game and outlasted Kimball, 17-7. The Cubs are a physical team and they do a great job'of disrupt- ing the offensive plans of their opponents. They play with a lot of heart and desire and are one of the best "winless" teams in the state. Certainly, they do not play like a team sitting at 0-5. Kimball was led by Hayden Gagnon with 79 yards and one touchdown receiving and Riley Miller with 45 yards rushing. It was turnovers that were their undoing. Scoring summary: First quarter: USA-Ripplinger 27-yard field goal; Second quarter: USA- Ripplinger 1-yd. run (Ripplinger kick); Third quarter: USA-Graves 3-yd. run (Ripplinger kick); Fourth quarter: K-Gagnon 79-yard pass from Gustafson (Michael Hoffman kick). Kimball Individual Stats: Rushing: Payton Hanan 4-17, Aeron Ashbrook 5-(-9), Riley Miller 11-45, Zach Garding 3-21, Drew Gustafson 1-(-3); Passing: Ashbrook 3-7-0 16, Gustafson 1-10-3 79; Receiving: Hayden Gagnon 1-79, Mason Hennen 2-14, Hunter Ahlrich 1-2. Sub District III game with Upsala/Swanville last Friday, Sept. 30. featured juniors Payton Schiefelbein (8) and Ben Zipoy (66) getting a tackle. Photos byAmanda Garding. One-year subscription to the Tri-County News, delivered each week to your home, is still just $36 (or $46 if you live out-of-state). These rates have remained the same since 2010. Our "senior discount" is $10 off. Call us today[ (320) 398-5000 or 453-6397 (Meanwhile, our website is always FREE!) It's EASY to renew or subscribe! By mail, phone, fax, weD, or e-mail. (See order form on page 18.) Senior Mason Hennen (6) is pictured catching a pass from senior quarterback Aeron Ashbrook during Sub District III game with Upsala/Swanville last Friday, Sept. 30. :hooi Menus Oct. 10-14 Breakfast Monday: Breakfast pizza or choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegeta- bles, canned fruit, Tuesday: Sausage & egg on English muffin or choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegetables, juice choice, Wednesday: Mini pancakes, or choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegeta- bles, seasonal fresh fruit, Thursday: Breakfast burritos, tri-tater or choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegetables, juice choice, milk. Friday: Cheesy ham melt or choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegeta- bles, seasonal fresh fruit, mill~ Lunch Monday: Pancakes/syrup/top- pings, sausage or deli sandwich, tri-tater, celery sticks, carrot sticks, seasonal fruit, milk. Tuesday: Beef soft tacos w/fix- ings or chicken patty sandwich, black bean salsa, shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, seasonal fruit, milk. Wednesday: Crispy chicken nuggets with breadstick or sloppy Joe on a bun, homestyle coleslaw, cauliflower, tomato wedges, sea- sonal fruit, milk. Thursday: Penne with meat sauce with garlic toast or hot dog on a bun, celery sticks, garden green beans, cucumber slices, car- rot sticks, seasonal fruit, milk. Friday: Chicken Alfredo pizza or deli sandwich, sweet garden peas, broccoli, cauliflower, seasonal fruit, milk. Honor society receives national recognition for service project A service project during the 2015-16 academic year has gar- nered a University of Wisconsin- Stout student group third place from a national organization. UW-Stout's Tan chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron, the honor soci- ety for family and consumer sci- ences, received a Certificate of Merit during the organization's biannual conclave Sept. 22-24 in Oklahoma City, Okla. All 43 members of the chapter took part in the service project. Five of them will be attending the national event. The five students, their hometowns and majors are: Brianne Hanne, of Mahtomedi, Minn., food science and technology Jennifer Hinrichs, of Osseo, Wis., human development and family studies Kaylee ]acobs, of Glenwood, Minn., dietetics Tessa Ladsten, of La Crescent, Minn., dietetics Heidi Lochen, of Kimball, Minn., 2016 dietetics graduate and graduate student in food and nutritional sciences Ladsten also has been awarded a society scholarship. Jacobs will be a voting delegate at the conference. The award is for the Tau chap- ter's project Building Leader Traditions for a Lifelong Legacy, designed to develop leadership skills among the chapter's mem- bers. The chapter's main project was making and filling Birthday Bags. Students collaborated with the local chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a professional honor society for women educators, and the pre- school at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Menomonie. The Birthday Bags contained items to help needy children in Dunn County hold a themed birth- day party, including books, toys, a cake or brownie mix with pan to bake it in, frosting, birthday plates, silverware, birthday nap- kins and candles. The 100 decorated and filled bags were donated to Stepping Stones of Dunn County food pan- try during fall 2015 and spring 2016. "This project is so important to me as these items are not com- mon at many food shelters but are something that almost every fam- ily could need," said Lochen. "By donating these bags, putting in a little of our own money and time, we really can make a huge impact on some kids." The students' Tan chap- ter adviser is Carolyn Barnhart, professor emeritus and the 2015-16 president of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. "I am Stout Proud of the award-winning leadership and service the Phi Upsilon Omicron honor students have shared with the local community and the Midwest," said Barnhart, who will accompany the students on the trip. During the 2015-16 academic year, the chapter also organized other community service activi- ties. Students made cards for hos- pitalized, abused or neglected children, Cardz for Kidz; donated ingredients for a Thanksgiving meal to a Dunn County family; and donated time and money to the Kids Against Hunger packing day. On May 1, they delivered May Day boxes to residents in cancer treatment centers in Minneapolis.