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k Thursday, October8, 2009 ' Page 7 Tri-County News Kimball, MN Vommeybatm i~i~ Tabitha Mortenson, Co-Head Volleyball Coach eU S " n owvl:wn ie & team will be enjoying their blue ular season and 3-1 in the confer- Jell-O as they talk about their win ence. The next match is at home over Eden Valley-Watkins dur- against Lester Prairie at 7:30 p.m. ing the Eagles' Homecoming and Monday, Oct. 5: Parents' Night Thursday, Oct. 1. Kimball JV volleyball is defeated The Cubs started strong in the first at EV-W set, with aggressive swinging and The Kimball junior varsity vol- serving, forcing the Eagles to play leyball team couldn't quite pull it more defense than offense. Kim- together and suffered a 1-2 loss on ball took the first set 25-13. The Thursday night's match up dur- momentum completely shifted in ing the Eagles Homecoming Oct. 1. the second set, as the Cubs started The Cubs struggled with unforced out flat, missed several serves and errors, missed serves and posi- were forced to work much harder tioning themselves to play the ball. to win the second set 27-25. In the To Eden Valley-Watkins' credit, final set, Kimball started to play at they served well and played good their own tempo again, running defense. Match scores were 28-26, the scoreboard with strong serv- 23-25, and 13-15. ing and net play. The final score was 25-11. Match highlights included Molly Hurtle with 4 serving aces and 18 assists, Tesslynn Callander Stephanie Konz helped to defeat and Rachel Lahr with 8 kills apiece, the Eagles at their Homecoming Shannon Donnay with 5 total last week. blocks, and KelsiWoods with 14 digs. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Served everY Wednesday, 5-7:30! HWY 55, KIMBALL " 320-398-3965 Avallalde for private parties, bamlRtS, graduation partita;, wedd|.p & anniversaries Ve jie Cole Fre h-b ed l)i e Roll I/fau Drive, lCwrd an A wet field, and rain throughout the game made for a miserable night of football. It didn't help that the Cubs lost to EV-W by a score of 8-57. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. The Kimball Cubs football total yards of which 102 of them team ran into a top-three team in came on the two big plays. One the state in Eden Valley-Watkins being a screen pass to Tyler Lock last Friday night, Oct. 2, for their and the other, a touchdown pass homecoming. The young Cubs got to Austin Ruehle. Both passes were a taste of what a good team looks thrown by Aaron Laabs. Overall, like. The Cubs had two big plays the Eagles dominated the line of and scored once verses the Eagles scrimmage on both sides of the starters, but outside of that, Eden ball. Valley-Watkins dominated the Defensively, the Cubs were led game with a final score of 57-8. by Tyler Loch with nine tackles. Offensively, the Cubs had 147 Mitch Pramann and Jacob Linn Foo bai| Tyler Loch, junior H back (receiver running back), son Jason Mortenson, Co-Head Football Coach followed with eight tackles each. Alex Thurber had a block on a point-after attempt. The remaining schedule for the Cubs will be better match-ups for Kimball. This Friday night, the Cubs host Howard Lake-Waverly- Winsted for Parents' Night. The Cubs are 1-4 overall, and 0-4 in conferenceplay. OFFENSE DEFENSE SPECIAL Mitch Pramann, defensive tackle, son ofLori Pramann. Alex Thurber, sophomore nose tackle, son of Bonnie HRS: Mon-Fri: 7:30-5:30; North of Hwy. 55 on Hwy. 15 in Kimball Tim Ellis, Owner 398-2200 ) Health Marto PHARMACY Fast, Friendly and Convenient. A Pharmacist You Can Trust. We've Got You Covered. We accept 1,000s of insurance plans, so most likely we accept Kodak Picture Kiosk NOW AVAILABLE! 4,,x6- Prints Camera cards CDs & floppy disks USB flash drives Prints of almost any size Camera phones IrDA or technology enabled devices Visit us at STORE & PHARMACY HOURS: Monda~ .. FrL 8:30-6, ~L 8:30. Main ~,, ~na~da~ ~I~ (320) 274-54~5 Illil ! ~ of Lois and John Loch. Tyler Mitch had 8 solo tackles and and Don Thurber. | |~_had 1 catch for 56 exciting numerous assisted tackles. Alex was strong in the I ~ards to ignite the offense.Mitch congested the middle middle and blew throug~ ] | ~yler also had numerous of the line all night, forcing to block an extra point -:~li~| ] -~-- blocks that sparked EV-Wto run outside, attempt, www.tricountynews.MN [