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Page 10 Sports Leisure Thursday, October20,2011 FRWJW & .fm FOOD PROVIDED A NILPW CLER/' YOU )TH WILL RIE(:[IVI[ OFF ALL S[RVICES I00IV'A'5 00zo-0090000rz+7 Professional RE'OPENED! Dog Grooming Certified Groomer* MaryLou Spencer Owner - Stylist Kimball (320) 398-6237 * Small breeds only, up to 40 pounds All-American Fastpiteh Softball Camps @ Rochester Regional Bubble ]anuary 14-15, 2012 Rochesteri ,N I iii * 2-day camp for girls 6th grade & up e $125 per camper  o All positions (pihg, cchinjnfield , outfield) and hitting arauN,ff E :IIZ > . . Friday night ollegelting Process class available (add1al ch) ........... ............... :i:: :!:(i ............ f Campers receive: .i.iiiiii:iiiii iiiiiiiiii ** Lunch both days, oal camel-shirt, goodie berg, autographed  with profegnal athletes. e Professional Pill's in attendance: Monica Abbo Caitlin Lowe & Megan Willis For More In_formation or Re aister: Rochester Amateur Sports Commission (507) 280-4701 vrww, rochsports,com _ ._ , k4;4N JV volleyball team goes 4-4 last two weeks By Amy Notch, co-head volleyball coach The Cubs competition continues to intensify as the season rolls on. Saturday, Oct. 1, the IV team played in the Delano Tournament. In the opening match against Orono, the Cubs lost 21-25 and 26-28 after a slow start. Against Buffalo. the Cubs pre- vailed, 25-22 and 25-21. In the third match of pool play, the Cubs needed a decisive victory to advance to the championship round. They scored that victory over Pact Charter, 25-8 and 25-4. Because of their point differen- tial, the Cubs were seeded number one in their pool and went on to play host Delano for the IV cham- pionship. Despite a strong effort, the Cubs lost 18-25 and 14-25. The team placed second overall. Monday, Oct. 3, the Cubs faced the Falcons of ACGC. The young women played well after a long Sat- urday of tournament play, beating the Falcons 25-18 and 25-17. Thursday, Oct. 6, the Cubs trav- eled west on Highway 55 to Eden Valley-Watkins. A solid offensive performance led to a win, 25-16 and 25-12. Hpsala came to the Leo Wirth Gymnasium Monday, Oct. 10. The Cubs started slowly on this Mon- day night match. Despite a com- manding win in set two, the Cubs could not finish out the match with a win in set three. Scores were 13-25, 25-14, and 13-15. Monday's events would repeat themselves Thursday, Oct. 13. The Cubs again got off to a slow start, losing 12-25 in set one against Howard Lake-Waverly. In set two, the offense seemed to find its rhythm, winning 18-25. Set three was a back and forth strug- gle between the two teams, ending with a 13-15 loss for the Cubs The junior varsity volleyball team is now 14-5 overall and 5-1 in CMC play. The Cubs have two matches left. They travel to Bel- grade Tuesday, Oct. 18, to face the Jaguars. Monday, Oct. 24, they host the Litchfield Dragons. C-team v HL-W-W Cubs WIN! By Kim Pelzer, coach Kimball's C-team won their homecoming match against the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Lakers Thursday night. Oct. 13, in the north gym. The Cubs made it difficult by gaining only a few points at a time, and allowed the Lakers to go ahead 13-6. However, the Cubs were not about to let the Lakers win. and kept pushing for points and came out the victors in a tight set at 25-23. Set 2 found the Cubs jumping to an early lead for once at 8-2; then 13-5 and 18-8. Kimball didn't allow the Lakers to come close and sealed the win at 25-18. The Cubs are now 8 and 8 overall, and 3 and 3 in the CMC. Go CUBS. Commercial League 10-13-11 Kimball Legion 111.5 32.5 H & S Heating/AC 100.5 43.5 Triple R 87.5 56.5 H & S Geothermal 70.5 73.5 SOBs 69.5 74.5 Kim-Built 65 79 KFD 40.5 103.5 Weekly top ten: Kelly Danelke 248, 216. 669; Dwight Vinar 236, 223, 223, 632; Mark Serbus 219. 210, 610: Pres- ton Fischer 209, 606; Matt Adolph 213, 604; Andy Mackereth 556; lake Salz- brun 540; Chet Wessling 234, 524; Dave Unterberger 516: Mike Schmidt 505: Micah Myers 208. Town and Country 10-14-11 Gagnon Landscaping 97 71 Aqua Lanes .96 72 Vinar Cabinet 88.5 79.5 Weisman Racing 80.5 87.5 Triple D Farms 79 89 Looman Construction 63 105 Week 5 high games 210 or better: Dwight Vinar 279. 215; Brian Mack- EV-W-K cross country Oct. 11 By Terry Nelson The Central Minnesota Con- ference Cross Country meet was held Tuesday, Oct. 11 at the Roy- alton High School. The confer- ence teams that competed were Holdingford, Maple Lake, Pierz, Howard Lake -Waverly-Winsted, St. Johns Prep, Rockford, Royalton and Eden Valley-Watkins-Kimball. In the girls' varsity race (4,000 meters) Baelynn Callander placed fourth in a time of 16:51, Denzel Atherton 14th-17:41, Brooke Win- ter 25th-18:55, Grace Kopitzke 26th-18:56, Lauren Libbesmeier 30th-19:08, Stephanea Roeser 35th-19:33 and Jennifer Notch 36th-19:34. The Team results were Holdingford first with a score of 29, Maple Lake second-43, Pierz third-85, EV-W-K fourth-99, HL- W-W fifth-147, St. Johns prep sixth- 155, Rockford seventh-182, and Royalton was an incomplete team. Raelynn Callander was named to the girls' all-conference team, and Denzel Atherton received honera- ble mention. In the boys' varsity race (5,000 meters) Brett Mattice placed 24th in a time of 20:03 and Tyler Neu placed 42nd in a time of 21:56. The boys' varsity team results were Royalton first place with a score of 48, Holdingford second-62, Maple Lake third-72, HL-W-W fourth-102, St. Johns Prep fifth-125, Rockford sixth-134, Pierz seventh-143 and EV-W-K was an incomplete team. In the girls' IV race, Maddi- son Libbesmeier placed fourth in a time of 19:20, Kayla Over- land seventh-19:37, Marisa John- son 10th-19:48, Maria Roeser 11th- 20:01, KendraAtherton 13th-20:19, Chelsey Maus 19th-21:10, Nicole Orth 32nd-22:46, Hannah Zipoy 33rd-22:54, Erin Dingmann 35th- 23:12, Kelsey Libbesmeier 39th- 23:56, Alissa Jones 37th-24:28 and Megan Libbesmeier 39th-25:12. There were three complete girls' IV teams, Maple Lake was first with a score of 24, EV-W-K sec- ond-45, and Royalton third-95. In the girls' JH race (3,200 meters) Kaitlyn Truenow placed 12th in a time of 19:32, Erika John- son 13th-19:34, and Talyn schlue- CHI CARE WATKINS Chiropractic Clinic llIllllil ereth 255, 222. 210; Steve Becker 254, 215; Gordy Schreifels 237; Trent Lam- mersen 236. 221: Matt Adolph 234, 213. 213: Joe Asfeld 221), 210; Mark Jordan 220. High series: Dwight vinar 696; Brian Mackereth 687; Steve Becker 667; Matt Adolph 660; Trent Lammersen 653; Mark Jordan 612. Tri-County League 10-12-11 Aqua Lanes 107.5 84.5 Mainstreet Pub 107 85 Custom Towing 100 92 Vinar Cabinet 97.5 94.5 Ameriprise 92.5 99.5 l&] Marine 71.5 120.5 High games: Gordy Schreifels 268,228,211; Brian Mackereth 249; Ben Leither 247; Matt Adolph 246, 238, 222; Dick Capes 224: Steve Becket 224: Richie Capes 211: Steve Dullinger 211: Dave Kloeppner 204. High series: Gordy Schreifels 707; Matt Adolph 706: Brian Mackereth 629; Ben Leither 613; Steve Dullinger 598. ter 24th-25:22. We did not have a completed JH team. The next meet will be Tuesday, Oct. 18, at Howard Lake-Waverly- Winsted High School, meet time 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, will be the section 6A meet held at the Long Prarie Golf Course, meet time 4 p.m. Rubber stamps You can now order rubber stamps, seals and signs. Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look! o [ 70 Main Street South Kimball (320) 398-5000