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O PAGE lct6ober 17,2013 .... Thursday, Pat Garry Writer The Eden Valley-Watkins vol- leyball team fell short in the final full week of the regular season. Traveling to Osakis on Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Eagles were defeated in the non-conference clash, 3-0 (4-25, 15-25, and 14-25). Thursday, Oct. 10, EV-W hosted the Kimball Cubs and lost a hard-fought affair, 3-0 (23-25, 19-25, and 20-25). Osakis Match Stats: Hit- ting: Raevon Willner 17-21 (6 kills); Serving: Jamie Scherer 9-9 (ace); Digs: lamie Scherer 9-10, Raevon Willner 9-9; Setting: Jor- dyn Geislinger 27-30 (3 assists), Faith Forcier 35-37 (5 assists). Kimball Match Stats: Serving: Brook Stang 19-19 (ace), Chris- tina Salzl 12-13 (ace); Hitting: Raevon Willner 17-21 (9 kills), Mindy Forcier 10-12 (6 kills); Blocks: Mindy Forcier 2 blocks; Digs: Jamie Scherer 6-8; Set- ting: Faith Forcier 43-43 (11 assists), ]ordyn Geislinger 43-44 (11 assists), Brook Stang 7-7 (3 assists). The Eagles close out the regular season at home on Tues- day, Oct. 15, vs. BBE. Rubber stamps You can now order rubber stamps, seals and signs. Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look! 70 Main Street South Kimball (320) EV-W's #13 Tiffany Donnay goes up for a hit a~ainst the Cubs' blocker Thursday night, Oct. 10. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Kevon Gabrelcik (center) was honored as 2012-13 Volunteer of the Year in the Central Minnesota Conference in a brief ceremony at EV-W's home football opener Friday, Sept, 20. Making the half-time presentation were former activities director and dean of students Jay Johnson (left) and principal Bruce Kiehn (right). Gabrelcik has helped in a number of sports since he graduated from EV-W in 1978. Staff photo by Gaylen Bicking. wants input on Stearns County Human Ser- The amount ofassistance is based is prescriptive, but public com- vices has many planning docu- on the income of the parents and ment is sought on the entire plan. ments that guide the way services the child-care fee is based on a To obtain a copy of the 2014- are delivered to the residents of basic sliding fee scale. On average 2015 Stearns County Child Care Stearns County. Before imple- in any particular month, this pro- Plan, go to Stearns County's web- menting those plans, Human Ser- gram serves 380 children in 220 site at www.co.stearns.mn.us, vices seeks input from the public, families in Stearns County. or contact Peggy Sammons at Stearns County has a draft of The Minnesota Department (320) 656-6017, or (800) 456-3663, the 2014-2015 Child Care Plan of Human Services is designated ext. 6017, or by e-mail at peggy. completed and available for pub- under Minnesota Statutes as the sammons@co.stearns.mn.us. lic review and comment, lead state agency for supervision Comments on the plan will be The Child Care Assistance Pro-of the Child Care Assistance Pro- accepted until Oct. 22, 2013. Writ- gram helps working families with gram. Counties have limited dis- ten comments should be sub- the cost of child care. Parents cretion to establish some local mitted to Peggy Sammons, Plan- may also be enrolled in 2-yearpolicies and procedures. The ningCoordinator, Stearns County or 4-year post-secondary school Stearns County Child Care Plan Human Services, P.O. Box 1107 programs to participate in theoutlines the local policies and St. Cloud, MN 56302. Child Care Assistance Program.procedures. The bulk of the plan www.tricountynews.mn soccer m; s compete in Chain of Lakes boys soccer team Chain of Lakes girls soccer back goes against the Forest Lake on winning track Rangers Tuesday, Oct. 1, the COL girls The Chain of Lakes High soccer team traveled to Glenwood School boys' soccer team traveled to again face off against Min- to Forest Lake for a match against newaska, with 4-1 victory over the Rangers Saturday, Oct. 5. Minnewaska After a scoreless first half, the Despite allowing a goal in the Roosters got on the board with an first minute, COL took control of own goal off of a Ranger defend- the game early and never let up. er's foot early in the second hall COL would tie the game on a pen- Shortly after that, Oriel Rodriguez alty kick after Katelyn Parsons (ROCORI) scored to give the boys (ROCORI) was fouledinthe penalty a small cushion (with an assist area. The goalie stopped Alexan- to Trevor Meed (Paynesville) dra Stahlberg's (ROCORI) first pen- and later in the game he scored altykick, but the goalie had moved again, with an assist to Jose Rubio off of her line too early. This then (ROCORI) to finish the scoring gave Stahlberg a second chance at for the team, final, 3-0. Johna- the penalty kick, which then found than Ward (ROCORI) received the back of the net at the five-min- credit for the shutout in goal. That ute mark. COL would keep up the leaves the Roosters with a record high pressure and score again on of 8 wins and 3 loses, a goal by Kally Danzl (ROCORI) COL boys JV2 soccer team with an assist by Parsons to go on The Chain of Lakes IV2 team, top2-1 at the 24 minute mark ofthe made up of primarily ninth grad- first half. COL would close out the ors, finished their season with scoring in the first half as Stahl- two games. Facing St. Cloud Tech berg sent a long lofted 45 yard ball on Monday, Sept. 30, the team had into the box that bounced in front a seesaw match, with the Roost- of the Minnewaska keeper, who ors scoring and then giving up was unable to redirect it, and into a tying goal three times before the net at the 29 minute mark. The the game ended 3-3. Scoring for girls went into halftime with a 3-1 the Roosters were Dimitry Bins- lead. Parsons scored the final goal fold (Paynesville) with an assist at the 1 minute mark of the second to Dayton Hoekstra (Paynes- half with an assist from Mikayla ville), Oriel Rodriguez (ROCORI) Timm (ROCORI). 4-1 would be with an assist to Trevon Matt- the final score. COL out shot Min- son (ROCORI) and Mattson from newaska 27-8. Defense was stel- Binsfeld. lar for COL with Luca Rosemeier The boys then finished the sea- making seven saves and Rebecca son with a trip to Sartell Thurs- Jimenez (Paynesville), Gabriella day, Oct. 3. On a sloppy wet field, Wilke (ROCORI), Veronika Wilson the Roosters defeated Sartell 7-1 (Eden Valley), and Sydney Caron" to finish the season with 4 wins, (ROCORI) shutting down Min' 3 ties and 0 loses. Scoring for the newaska's countering options. Roosters were Rodriguez with the Chain of Lakes girls soccer team three-goal hat trick, Jose Rubio routesSartelIJV (ROCORI), Sebastian Cantu-Pol- Thursday, Oct. 3, the girl Roost- ster (ROCORI), lohnathan Ward ers improved their record to 10-1 (ROCORI) and Leo Cervantes in Sartell by beating the Sartell IV (ROCORI). Cervantes had four team. Mikayla Timm (ROCORI) assists on the game as well. andAlexandra Stahlberg (ROCORI) COL Middle School soccer team led all scores with two goals apiece. The Chain of Lakes Mid- Also scoring for COL were Abby die School team played a close Mooney (ROCORI), Kally Danzl game against Minnewaska Fri- (ROCORI), and Katelyn Parsons day, Oct. 4. The Lakers had sev- (ROCORI). Shelby Teal (ROCORI) eral ninth graders on their team, had two assists and Mooney had those allowing some of COL one assist. COL lead 4-0 at the half ninth graders to play and get a lit- and won the game 7-0. tie extra time on the field. After Monday, Oct. 7, the Chain of falling behind 2-0 the team came Lakes girls soccer team domi- back with three straight goals to nated St. John's prep in a scrim- take a 3-2 lead. Unfortunately, mage at Centennial Park in Rich- Minnewaska came back with two mond. Timm again led the COL late goals to win the game 4-3. team with two goals. Danzl and lohnathan Ward scored two goals Mooney scored one goal each. for the Roosters and Oriel Rodri- Mooney, Teal and Gabriella Wilke guez scored one. (ROCORI) each had an assist. Luca Rosemeier (ROCORI) had eight saves in goal. Girls soccer players #9 Sydney Caron, #5 Alexandra Stahlberg, #11Abby Moone] and #40 Katerina Wilke (all ROCORI) in the Glenwood versus Minnewaska match Submitted photo.