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Thursday, October20, 2011 t 111111e_ 1 /:i 1 Sports f.4 Le,00 g 1 Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN ,l,v  ., i :: ............... !!!221 i ii ii iiiii iiii ............................................ i .................................. Kimball football defeats Howard Lake at  Homecoming Bylamie Leither, coach drive all the way down to the Cubs with 61yards on 13 carries, plus had a The Kimball Cubs welcomed the 11, when the lights at the field went 39-yard rtm called back on a penalty. Lakers of Howard Lake-Wavely- out. The officials sent the teams to The passing game was led by Hunt, Winsted to Kimball for their home- the lockerrooms until they came whohad216yardspassingon18for29 coming game, and also Senior on.Thecoachingstaffrefocusedthe attempts. He had two passing Touch- Night. The game once again was players for the last 7:46 of the game. downs, and one rushing. The receiv- setting up to be a good game for the The defense came back on the field ing corps was led by Joseph who had fans to watch, and it didn't disap- and stopped the Lakers on downs. 94 yards on four catches, and Ruehle point. The Cubs needed this game Then the offense drove down the who had six catches for 67 yards and to stayin first place in section 4A for field and scored on a 36-yard run by a touchdown. Lochen chipped in playoffs. The no. 1 seed gets a first- senior Austin Ruehle with a 2-point 34 yards on four catches. The defense round bye in section which is huge run by Hunt. The score was 28-12 was led by senior LB Quentin Bryce at this part ofthe season. The scor- Kimball. The defense held the Lak- with 11 tackles, Wills had 10 tackles ing started with the Lakers scoring ers to a 3 and out, the offense got the with two interceptions, and Preston on an 8S-yard shovelpass in the first ball back and wasted little time to Peglow had the other interception. quarter to take a 0 to 6 lead. That was put the ball in the end zone again on Senior DLAlex Thurber had a sack on short lived as the Cubs drove the a l4-yard pass from Hunt to Ruehle, the night. This was a total team effort. ball down the field and scored on a with the Joseph PAT the final score The Cubs travel to Belgrade to take on 1-yard run by sophomore QB Cam- was home team 35 Lakers 12. the Jaguars of B-B-E on Wednesday eron Hunt. The touchdown was The offense was on fire this night night, Oct. 19. This is the last regular stepped up by a 56-yard pass play is we rolled up 434 yards of offense, season game for both teams. Then from Hunt to freshman WR Jordan The rushers were led by Ruehle who playoffs start Tuesday, Oct. 25. Hope Joseph, with a PAT kick by Joseph, had 100 yards on 7 carries. Lochen to see all of you at Belgrade to cheer made the score 7-6 Cubs. The sec- had a strong night, running the ball ontheCubs. ond quarterproved to be the Cubs' as they scored 13 points. First was a * SA rE1 22-yard field goal by Joseph, then a Hurw| | iI - "" '*qP0ttdl 25-yard pass from Hunt to senior RB Danny Lochen with a PAT kick by  Ir vw *'''''*11/ Joseph, then to end the quarter with S A V E G A S | one second left in the half, another DI  22-yard field goal by Joseph gave the P!US- Cubs a 20-12 lead at the half. The last field goal was set up by a 56-yard kickoff return with 27 seconds left in the half, which gave the Cubs the 200j field position to go for the score. The second half started off very sloppy for each team, as each turned the ball over five times. Three by the REG U LAR P RICES Cubs, and two senior LB Travis Wills interceptions by the Lakers. There was no scoring in the third quarter  PI]Bg m E-mail your story ideas to and the score was 20-12 Cubs, going into the final quarter. The Lak- ,,._ .___ ers started the quarter with a long editor ot ri co u n ty n ews. M N Chrysler's Drive for the Kids TM is coming to Kimball Elementary School Wednesday, November 9th from 3:30pm to 6.30p " m Earn a $10 contribution for school from Chrysler by driving the company's award winning minivan, & Country, and five other cars, SUVs and trucks. year we are show off the new, world lass interior of the 201f Town and Country along with more than 40 standard safety, security and technology features.] Steve Maus of A.M Maus and :Son Any licensed driver, age 18 or older, may drive and earn a $10 donation for Kimball Elementary School. There h no limit to the number of drives or Chrysler's contri- bution. A.M. Maus and Sen will provide vehicles and insurance for the event and volunteers from the dealership and RI.E. will be on hand to help out with the fun* draising test drive Hwy. 15 & 55. Kimball (320) 398-3210.800-510-1732 HOMETOWN SAVINGS a mma ua @ meltel, net