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Thursday, October 21, 2010 Sports £4 Leisure Grade 7 volleyball team 11-2 By Coach Barry Strand The seventh-grade volley- ball team took their 10-0 record to Holdingford Saturday, Oct. 16, for their annual Central Minne- sota Conference tournament with great anticipation of keeping their undefeated season rolling. The road would be tough, however, as they would open with Pierz, fol- lowed by Maple Lake, and close out the day with B -B-E. The Cubs jumped on Pierz tak- ing the first game 25-23 and then rolled through the second game easily with a 25-11 win to start the day. The second game found the Cubs facing a team that they had already twice defeated in regular season play. The Cubs got off to a slow start serving, and Maple Lake capitalized on that, and added to it with very good serving of their own. The Cubs battled in both the first and second games, but could not find a rhythm. They were defeated by scores of 25-15, 25-23. Their final match of the day was with a very good B-B-E team. The Cubs stayed close in each game, but ultimately would fall with game scores of 25-19 and 25-20. With those two losses, the Cubs' record stands at 11-2. We still have areas of the game to work on, and will continue to improve. The Cubs will close out their regular season at home Tuesday, Oct. 19, against Howard Lake. I would like to thank the team for their enthusiasm, hard work and dedication each and every day. i i i tl II ! [ | I The team and I would like to thank all of the parents and fans for their support at our games. It takes a lot of effort on everyone's part to be successful. Go CUBS! Seventh-Grade Volleyball Team: Rebeckah Holtz, Shay Krippner, Natasha Kunkel, Ariel Laabs, Hedy Robben, Amanda Roerick, Taylor Schreiner, Abbey Straley, and Montana Tschida. Page 17 nlrnl r Successful week for JV volleyball By Amy Notch, Coach The junior varsity volley- ball team found success in both matches for the week of Oct. 11. Despite being on the road both nights, the junior varsity brought energy and enthusiasm tO each of their matches. On Tuesday, Oct. 12, the team traveled to Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity. The Cubs opened the match with a rally point and two ace serves. The young women never looked back despite several attempts by the home team to get back into the match. Set scores were 25-21 and 25-14. Thursday, Oct. 14, the Cubs traveled to Howard Lake-Waverly- Winsted to play the Lakers. The teams battled back and forth in the early points of the first set until the Cubs took command. Final score of set one was 25-15. In set two, the Lakers regained some momen- tum. Tentative passing and a lack of energy cost the Cubs in set two, 21-25. In the final and deciding set, the Cubs found the defensive holes and served aggressively to take the set and the match, 15-12 The Cubs play BBE Tuesday night in their final regular sea- son match and away at Litchfield Monday, Oct. 25. The junior var- sity record stands at 10-and-6 for the season. They are also 4-2 in the Central Minnesota Conference. KAHS Band's Breakfast at Triple R By Keith Haake Band Instructor From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, the Triple R Restaurant Grill & Bar in Kimball will host a bene- fit breakfast for the Kimball High School Band. A significant amount of the proceeds will go toward the band's needs for travel, summer lessons and the "extras" that the district can't provide for the band members. This will be a break- fast buffet and an omelet bar that will allow patrons to have the best breakfast they've probably ever had, and to know that a large portion at the proceeds will go directly to the band program! 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