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t Thursday, November 5, 2009 Pa e8 $ orts t ball, i Volleyball Tabitha Mortenson, Co-Head Volleyball Coach College Raiders . - , football Central Lakes College Raid- mbailfootball lost play-offs Volleyball through first two rounds- ers brought home a 36-30 victory TheKimballCubsfootballteam thanIthoughtitwouldbe. Butthat post season play over the Vermilion Ironmen in the lost their first round of play-offs to is why I kept telling myself that it semifinals of the MCAC state tour- Maple Lake. Sadly, we looked like is hard to ask a junior varsity team In playoff action, the Kim- firstset, losing to the Silver Streaks nament Saturday. Vermilion had the team from the first half of the to compete with a varsity team. By ball Cubs Varsity volleybali team 26-28. The Cubs came back in the nipped CLC 27-26 in last year's season rather than the team from age that is what we were. defeated Swanville 3-0 Thursday, second set, swinging and serving state semifinals. CLC finished the the second hall The offense was The coaches are now meeting Oct. 29, 2009, and defeated Usa- more aggressively, communicat- day with 565 totalyards while lim- led in rushing by Travis Schiefel- with players individually to talk CubskiS on playedFriday' OCt.aggressive30, 2009.volley_The takinging bettertheOnwinthe25_lg.COUrt,TheandthirdthUs itingthe Ironmen to 299. The Raid- bein, with 20 carries for 61 yards about the season and to discuss ers fell behind 7-0 on the game's and a touchdown. Aaron Laabshow to improve for next year. We ball against Swanville, taking all and fourth sets followed in sim- second play and trailed 23-8 at had three completions out of 12 tell all our athletes to be involved three sets 25-9, 25-9, 25-6. Match ilar suit, and the Cubs took both the half. CLC outscored the Iron- highlights included Molly Hur- sets 25-17 and 25-21 respectively, men 28-7 in the second half for attempts for four yards and three in other activities and if they are rle'sservinglSpointsinarowwith Match highlights included Kelsi their second trip to the state finals interceptions. Defensively, Kim- not, then they NEED to hit the seven aces to get the Cubs out to a Woods with four aces; Rachel Lahr in three years. Anthony Laabs and ball was led by Tyler Loch with 10 weight room. tremendous lead. Other highlights with 12 kills, Stephanie Konz with Karl Hunt, graduates from Kim- tackles, followedbyDannyLochen As parents, please discuss the included Steph Konz and Shah- nine kills, and Kelly Mackereth ball Area High School, and Kyle and Mitch Pramaan with sevenmeeting with your son. Let's pre- non Donnay each with seven kills, and Shannon Donnay each withCrozen, Dustin Kremer and Jake tackles each. Travis Wills andAus- pare them for their next season as Molly Hurrle with 22 set assists, eight kills; Molly Hurrle had 42 set tin Schlueter each had a sack as well as our season next fall. Genet- Ruhland from EV-W all play on the well. ics can only take them so far, but and Tesslynn Callander with eight assists; Shannon Donnay had four team. digs. blocks, and Tesslynn Callander The Raiders are ranked #12 in Since theseasonisdone, please athletes can always get stron- In their second round of play- had 12 digs. The Cubs are21-6, the nation and the Yellow Jackets let me take this opportunity to ger and faster. With the experi- offs, the Cubs had to work much EDITOR'S NOTE: Kimball lost are ranked #10 in the nation, thank the athletes and parents for ence (good and bad) that the boys their efforts this season. We knew gained this year, along with get- harder to clinch the win. The Cubs the Nov. 3 game to BBE, 0-3. This The Raiders only loss thisfrom the beginning it would be a ting faster and stronger, will only started out strong but made a few loss ended their bid for section year is to Rochester. Last year CLC tough season because of our age help the team next year. Let's face too many unforced errors in the championship. More next week! defeated them 26-19. ~ C r~Ter~Ne~/s n A~. O a U ~t ry and inexperience. Believe me, it it, if we do nothing, can we really 2009 MCAC State Champion- was harder for me psychologically expect different results? ship Game 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, ry , ssist nt Coach The cross country team com- sophomores andhave twoyears to petedin the section 6ameet Thurs- accomplish this goal. Lots of hills day, Oct. 29. The weather was cold on this course and lots of rain." and very wet. The teams finished in this order The EV-W-K girls' team finished 1. Albany 74 a very solid fifth out of 14 complete 2. NLS 77 teams. The individaul finishers 3. Sauk Centre95 were: Tanya Maciejewski llth in 4. LQPVDB 110 a time of 16.45, Molly Hesse 13th- 5. EV-W-K 121 16:49, Kelsey Vigoren 36th-17:50, 6. Paynesville 159 LarissaAnthofer 37th-17:50.9, Rae- 7. West Central Area 212 lyn Callander 38th-17:51, Renee 8. Benson/KMS216 Berg 48th-18:14 and Jennifer Notch 9. Litchfield 221 66th-19:O9. Tanya was 16 seconds 10. MinnewaskaArea 240 and Molly was 20 seconds from ll.Breckenridge/Cam/TZ27 going to the state meet. 12. Morris Area 274 Head Coach Holly Hansen 13 Ortonville354 said "WOW! WE had an awesome 14. Ottertail Central 358 night! Our team has held steady at St. Johns Prep, Wheaton, Hill fifth place for the past three years. Crest Lutheran and Long Prai- I must saythat as much as I would fie/ Grey Eagle were incomplete like to see that closer to the hum- teams. ber one spot, I am quite pleased at In the boys' race Jacob Asfeld how my team holds their own. We placed 76th in a time of 21:32 and also had two girls narrowly miss Bret Mattice 80th in a time of state, which is bittersweet because 21:45. although they missed it, they are Great job everyone! at Husky Stadium, St. Cloud State University (I have also seen it listed at 1:30 game time) CLC (9-1) vs. Rochester (10-0) at St. Cloud State University Marguerite Laabs Deer can be donated to processors for distribution to food shelves Deer donated to food shelveswill Funding for the program comes be processed at no cost to hunters, from surcharges placed on antler- thanks to a program coordinated less permits and nonresident hunt- by the Minnesota departments of ing licenses. Individuals have an natural resources and agriculture, opportunity to donate to the pro- The program is aimed at pro- gram when they buy their deer viding a sought-after food source license or simply by informing an to those in need while encouraging ELS agent they would like to donate hunters to harvest additional ani- to the program. In 2008, $50,000 reals to help manage the deer herd. was collected through voluntary Prior to 2007, hunters could donate donations. deer to food shelves, but had to pay To donate a deer, hunters will processing costs, need to adhere to the following "We recognize that ethically, guidelines: hunters will not take more deer * Only whole carcasses with the than they can consume," said Lou hide on can be donated; processors Cornicelli, big game program coor- will not accept cut and wrapped dinator for the Minnesota Depart- meat or portions of carcasses. ment of Natural Resources (DNR). Information such as permit "Simply asking someone to take area of harvest and the DNR hum- another deer to manage popula- ber will be collected for track- tions provides only half of the pic- ing purposes. Processors can only ture. The venison donation pro- accept carcasses for donation that gram was developed to provide are free from signs of illness, free of hunters an avenue to donate the visible decomposition or contami- extra deer they harvest without nation, and properly identified with having to pay processing costs." a Minnesota DNR registration tag. More details on the venison- Processors will reject deer for donation program, as well as alist of the donation program that appear to participating meat processors, are have been mishandled in any way. available online at , to contact the processor prior to Processors who accept deer are donating the deer. The list of proces- paid $70 to process each animal for sots accepting deer will be regularly food-shelf distribution, updated as more processors register. WWW. CAN KILL. ii Hunters urged!:to Aqua Belles 10-19-09 Tom Kliber 202; Kyle Winter 202; Brian i STOP for survival GilbertsGals 36 13 Mackereth202. Alf's 30 19 High series: Brian Arens 681; Gordy Getting lost in the woods can AquaLanes 26 23 Schreifels 667; Scott Marquardt 640; happen to even the best hunter,Schmidty's Kitties 23 26 according to Capt. Mike Hammer, Tessmer's Gravel Gals 19 30 DNR Enforcement Education Pro- Schmidty's Bitties 13 36 gram coordinator. He encourages160 games and over: Rayell Bersc- lost individuals to remain calm and held 165; Lori Bentley 167, 154; Candi Vossen 172; Jodi Vinar 172, 173; Julie just STOP Vinar 202, 198, 179; Andi Miller 170, SIT: When you realize that you 169; Katie Niesen 171; Mary Garding are lost, take the time to sit down 195; Jill Miller 176. and collect your thoughts. You 500 series and over: Julie Vinar 579. aren't lost. You have lost track of AquaBelles 10-26-09 your camp, vehicle and everyone GilbertsGals 42 14 Aqua Lanes 33 23 else. Alf's 33 23 THINK: What do I have at my Schmidty's Kitties 24 32 disposal, both physical and men- Tessmer's Gravel Gals 23 33 tal, that can help me in this situa- Schmidty's Bitties 13 43 tion? Take an inventory of your sur- 160 games and over: Annette Tessmer vival kit items and how you will use 166; Joanna Wesling 179; Jill Miller them. Take an inventory of your 176. mind; remember what you always Jill News 10-27-09 Fair Haven Electric37 19 thought you would do if you got Kimball Rescue 37 19 lost. Most of all remain positive; AquaLanes 30 26 you ~ survive. Stuve's Auto Ranch 27 29 OBSERVE: Look around. Is there Studio 44 24 32 shelter, water, high ground, an open A M Maus 24 32 R & R Construction 23 33 area so searchers can see you? You Gohmann's Foods 22 34 will be easier to find if you stay in a High ind. game and series: Barb Lied- location that allows you to build a man 222, 521; Jenn Schlangen 194; fire and provide shelter. Set out sig- Sheri Gohmann 192; Jutie Vinar 517; nals that can be seen at a distance Karla Adolph 505. or from an aircraft. Team high game and series: A M Maus PLAN: Now create your plan of 584, 1595; Fair Haven Electric 573, action. Be positive and take care of 1613; Stuve's Auto Ranch 573; R & R Construction 1611. yourself. If it's late in the day, build 160 game or better: Barb Liedman 222; a fire for heat and signaling, find or Ienn Schlangen 194; Sheri Gohmann make a shelter, and remain positive 192, 162; lanie Schmidt 191, 165; Julie that you have the ability to survive. Vinar 189, 165, 163; Karla Adolph 180, Hammer said people who have 177; Bohbi Olson 179; Allison Korsmo completed a DNR Firearms Safety 169; Carol Jordan 164. Training course or an Adult Hunter Tri-CountyLeague 10-28-09 Ameriprise Financial 191 97 Education course should know VinarCabinet 168 120 about STOP He said the best way Richies Small Engine 137.5 150.5 to survive an extended period out- Aqua Lanes 134 154 of-doors in Minnesota is to not Studio44 133 155 let it happen in the first place. But Tri-CountyNews 100.5 187.5 plan for the possibility by having High games: Matt Kotila 265, 234; matches in a waterproof container, Scott Marquardt 255; Gordy Schreif- els 237, 217, 213; Brian Arens 228, 227, a compass, a knife, a small candle, 226; Ben Leither 227, 109; Dean Bent- a whistle, a pocket survival blan- ley 224; Tim Eiynk 222, 214; Matt ket, high energy snacks and a water Adolph 220, 211; Dave Kloeppner 214; container. Bob Schwanke 208; John Caird 205; Matt Kotila 626; Tim Eiynk 617; Ben Leither 611; Matt Adolph 600. Commercial League 10-29-09 SOBs 136.5 79.5 Triple R 125.5 90.5 H & S Heating/AC 119 97 Kim-Built 117.5 98.5 Kimball Legion 111.5 104.5 H & S Geothermal 111 105 KED 74.5141.5 Weekly top ten: Mike Nell 275, 244, 720; Dwight Vinar 218, 209, 620; Kelly Danelke 224, 611; Travis VanNurden 582; Jeremy Vinar 574; Chuck Hunt iii 225, 567; Bill Liedman 205, 557; Mike Schmidt 555; Brennen Schindele 232, 536; Scott Kissner 536; Jeremy Vinar 221; Preston Fischer 205. Town and Country League 10-30-09 Weisman Racing 151 101 Looman Construction 140 112 Vinar Cabinet 140 112 GagnonLandscaping 118 134 Custom Towing 112.5 139.5 Aqua Lanes 94.5157.5 High games: Jeremy Vinar 210; Matt Kotila 204, 212; Jesse Bogatzki 257, 218; Dwight Vinar 206, 244, 202; Matt Adolph 217, 204i Steve Becket 214. Top 5 series: Dwight Vinar 652; Jesse Bogatzki 631; Dean Schmidt 628; Steve Becket 585; JeremyVinar. ! Flags (MI & 398-6782 Bob Hermann