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II Kimball school menu ,vmr ii Oct. 14-18 Breakfast Monday: Breakfast sandwich or cereal, whole wheat toast, jelly/mar- garine, juice or fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast pizza or cereal, whole wheat toast, jelly/ margarine, juice or fruit, milk. Wednesday: Scrambled eggs w/ ham or sausage or cereal, whole wheat toast, jelly/margarine, juice or fruit, milk. Thursday-MEA, No School Friday-MEA, No School Lunch Monday: Turkey chowmein, rice & noodles or hamburgeron a bun, cucumber slices, tomato wedges, shredded lettuce, fresh fruit, canned fruit, milk. Tuesday: Chicken Alfredo with pasta & breadsfick or Italian turkey sandwich, green peas, carrot sticks, cucumber slices, flesh fruit, canned fruit, milk. Wednesday: Beefy nachos with cheese sauce or chicken Caesar wrap, shredded lettuce, white bean salad, tomato wedges, fresh fruit, canned fruit, milk. Thursday-MEA, No School Friday-MEA, No School Cubs' volleyball team starts October with a bang By Pat Garry, Staff writer welcomed in Holdingford on Home cooking was just what Thursday, Oct. 3. Kimball junior the Kimball Cubs volleyball Macey Hurtle sparked the squad team needed last week, as they hosted two and won two. Tuesday, Oct. 1, the Cubs invited Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted into their den for a conference battle. Win- ning in shutout fashion, the Kim- ball girls prevailed; 29-27, 25-17, and 25-16. The Hurtles were hop- pin' as Madison had 14 kills and Macey slammed down 11 for the victorious Cubs. Hollie Donnay shined with 28 set/assists. Cubs' coach Scott Heinen is pleased with the progress. "We had a fun match at home in front of a fun crowd. A three-game win vs. a confer- ence opponent was a good step in the direction we are striving to achieve in our efforts to be play- ing our best volleyball late in the season." Match Stats: Kills: Hollie Don- nay 1, Macey Hurtle 11, Madison Hurrle 14, Anna Donnay 1, Rebecca Frank 1, Caitlin O'Brien 1, Madelyn O'Brien 5; Digs: Hollie Donnay 2, Macey Hurtle 5, Madison Hurrle 3, Alexis Rose 7, Shelby Schiefel- bein 2, Anna Donnay 6; Serving: Hollie Donnay 11/11 (ace), Maeey Hurtle 2/3, Madison Hurtle 9/10, Alexis Rose 13/14, Stacy Hurtle 9/10 (ace), Shelby Schiefelbein 8/9, Anna Donnay 7/7; Set Assists: Hol- lie Donnay 28, Hannah Serbus 1, Rebecca Frank 2; Blocks: Hollie Donnay 2, Madison Hurtle 3, Han- nah Serbus 1, Rebecca Frank 1, Caitlin O'Brien 4. Seeking to put the topping on the Homecoming cake, the Cubs with 16 kills and five digs, as the Cubs took the match 3-1 (25-17, 15-25, 25-22, 25-20). Senior set- ter Hollie Donnay, reliable as an Eveready battery, put up 27 set assists. Heinen is most apprecia- tive of the total support displayed. "We are excited to be playing team- based volleyball in a smart, strate- gic style. Showing a great tribute to breast cancer awareness, the crowd and students were very sup- portive. The band was awesome, and the parents, who we cannot thank enough for their support, are wonderful people." Match Stats: Kills: Hollie Don- nay 4, Macey Hurrle 16, Madison Hurtle 8, Anna Donnay 1, Rebecca Frank 3, Caitlin O'Brien 1, Mad- elyn O'Brien 3; Digs: Hollie Don- nay 9, Macey Hurtle 5, Madison Hurtle 6, Alexis Rose 14, Stacy Hurtle 1, Shelby Schiefelbein 2, Anna Donnay 6; Serving: Hollie Donnay 16/16 (ace), Madison Hurtle 21/22, Alexis Rose 7/7 (ace), Shelby Schiefelbein 18118, Anna Donnay 7/7; Set Assists: Hollie Donnay 27, Hannah Serbus 1, Rebecca Frank 2; Blocks: Hollie Donnay 3, Madison Hurtle 2, Hannah Serbus 1, Rebecca Frank 3, Caitlin O'Brien 4, Madelyn O'Brien 2. As the season draws nearer to the end, the Cubs remain- ing schedule is: Tuesday, Oct. 8, 5:45 p.m., v. Upsala; and Thursday, Oct. 10, 5:45 p.m., at EV-W. Cameron Hunt, Senior quarterback, son of Laurie & Jim Hunt. ameron had 62 yards rushing, 162 yards passingwith 1 TD pass. -- II II I I Troy Filzen, junior linebacker, son of Mary & Paul Filzen. Troy had 8 tackles, 2 for loss. Tyler Smith, junior lineman, son ofJanice & Troy Smith. Tyler did a good job on defense and a great job blocking on offense. Kimball vs. Holdingford football game By ]amie Leither, coach The Kimball Cubs took on the third-ranked team Holdingford Huskers on a damp cool night last Friday night, Oct. 4. The Huskers showed the Cubs early in the game why they hold that ranking. The Huskers scored 27 first quarter points and never looked back. The Cubs settled down after the first quarter and played better football, but could never get any closer. The Cubs opened their scoring on an 8-yard pass from Cameron Hunt to Ben Serbus on a nice catch. The Cubs wouldn't score again until the fourth quarter on a two-yard run by Mithias Hennen. The final score was 12-48 Holdingford. The Cubs were led in rushing by Hunt with 62 yards. Hunt also had 162 yards passing with one touchdown. The receiving corp. was led by Hennen with 68 yards receiving on six catches. Serbus had two catches and a touchdown. The defense was led in tackling by Troy Filzen as he had seven total tackles. The Cubs will be look- ing for their first win of the season against the Eagles of EV-W. I would like to thank Triple R Grill& Bar for setting up the vendors for the "Tackle Cancer" night Friday night, raising money for research in the fight against cancer. And I would like to send our a great big "thank you" to every- body that supported the football, team by test driving a Dodge vehi-' cles. Thank you, Steve Maus and. the Booster Club for setting up the fundraiser. We had 191 people test drive the cars. Great job. Cubs Homecoming spoiled by Huskers By Pat Garry, Staff writer Soon after the Star Spangled Banner ended, the score was 27-0, infavor of the bad guys. The Kim- ball Cubs ended up on the short end of a 48-12 Holdingford thrash- ing last Friday, Oct. 4. Alumni 'abound for Homecoming as they witnessed the conference-lead- ing Huskers' quarterback Mitch Messman testing the airwaves and landing two touchdown passes, en route to a game total 223 passing yards. The Cubs managed a cou- ple of TDs from Mathies Hennen and Ben Serbus, in the second and fourth quarters. Now 0-6, Kimball plays at neighboring Eden Valley- Watkins on Friday, Oct. 11, while the 6-0 Huskers host Maple Lake. Holdingford 27 7 14 0-48 Kimball 0 6 0 6-12 Individual statistics: Rush- ing: Cameron Hunt 16-62, Austin Schiefelbein 6-4, Ben Thiesen 1-8, Brady Mehr 2-4, John Zipoy 1-1; Passing: Cameron Hunt 13-25-1- 162, lake Borman 1-2-0-5; Receiv- ing: Mathias Hennen 6-68, Ben Serbus 2-25, Jarred Merchant 2-33, Ben Thiesen 2-26, Brady Mehr 1-3, Noah Shonyo 1-5. Sophomore Brady Mehr returns Holdingford's kick-off to get the Cubs good field position during the first half of the Homecoming game v the #3 state-ranked Holdingford Huskers. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Madi Hurrle tips one over during the Homecoming match against Holdingford Thursday evening, Oct. 3. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs.