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7th Grade Volleyball row, L to R: Jill Johnson, Stacy Jurgens, Lindsay Pope. Middle Row, L to R: Lucy Maggie Nelson, Julie Schmitt, Stacie Trimble. Back Row, L to R: Sophia Heid, Kelly Bridget Zoller, Coach Mike Travers. 7th Grade Football Row, L to R: John Matthees, Chad Asfeld, Ricky Linn, Jordan Mancini, Scot Nathaniel Werner, Frank Schiefelbein, Michael Schneider, Austin Gutwasser. Row, L to R: David Hunt, Mark Bahn, David Unterberger, Joshua Winter, Michael Arthur Peglow, Seth Hanan, Eric Kalkbrenner, Chet Wessling. Back Row, L to R: Wurdinger, Casey Arnold, Scot Clark, Christopher Root, Jacob Duncan, Cory Jesse Lesnau, Chad Kunkel, Coach Larry Jensen. 8th Grade Football . to R: Brian Weisman, Tom Ethan, Scott Marquardt, Tony Leither, Travis Pope, Aaron Serbus. Kneeling, L to R: Bryan Thompson, Chris Schultz, Chris Lammersen, Brent Hamilton, Chris Jansky, Duane Rose, Rick Messer. Standing, L to R: Paul Epple, Chris Fischer, Jeff Konz, Eli Mackereth, Pat Rossman, Coach Not pictured: Robert Kelley, Ron Bogatzki. Kimball Tri-County NewlP-Thursday, Nov. 7, 1991 5 7th Grade VOlleyball By Coach Mike Travers The 7th grade volleyball team completed its season on Oct. 25th. Over the course of the season the girls made great progress on their volleyball skills. Each one of the team members has every reason to be proud of what she accomplished. The biggest area of improve- merit was in serving. We started the season serving 58% in our first match. By the end of the year we were serving over 80%. In one of our matches we served 91% and in 2 different games we served 100%. A second area of improve- ment was in team hustle. At the start of the year sometimes one person would try for the ball. By the end of the year everyone was moving towards the ball. As the coach I appreciate all the time and effort the girls put into the season and I hope that you, the players, enjoyed it as much as I did. I would also like to thank all of the parents and friends who came to our games. Your attendance made each game that much more fun. The girls really notice and appreciate your being there. Team members are pictured. 7th Grade Football By Coach Larry Jensen This year's 7th grade boys completed their football season showing a good deal of progress from the beginning to the end of the season. Each player played equally in most of the games. The coaches were very pleased with the improvement shown by these boys. Twenty five boys participated. The coaches and team would like to thank the parents for their strong support. These boys need to continue to set goals and with hard work and team work they have an opportunity to reach their goals. 8th Grade Football By Coach Howard Bahn After losing their opening game 9-8 the eighth grade foot- ball players set some goals for themselves on improving and establishing themselves as a team that someday would be an- other "great Kimball team." The young men worked very hard in practice and came a long way in reaching toward their future goal. They were a fun group of guys to coach because of their sincere desire to improve. They were willing to do the extra things in practice and this showed in their game perfor- mance where they got better each time they took the field. Congratulations on your fine season and best of luck in your future as a typical "great Kim- ball team." Thanks to all the mothers who organized the pizza party after the Maple Lake game. The pizza was good but the desert was outstanding! Season Record 4-2 Kimball 0, Big Lake 8 Kimball 8, Holdingford 6 Kimball 16, EV-W 8 Kimball 16, BB/E 0 Kimball 30, Maple Lake 0 Kimball 16, Becket 18 "C" squad volleyball finishes season The young Cubs completed the 1991 volleyball season, with signs of impoved play. The suc- cess of the season is not mea- sured by wins or loses, but on the improvement of playing the game of volleyball; 1) the im- provement of team serving, from 66% at the beginning of the year to over 80% at the end of the year, serving 100% in one game against Holdingford. 2) im- provement of passing - setting and hitting by the end of the year;, 3) losing to Holdingford 6- 15 and 5-15 early in the year, but beating them toward the end of the year 15-11, 14-16 and 15- 3. Players for the 1991-92 sea- son were Kelly Arnold, Shelly Berscheid, Judi Dahlinger, Tra- cy Hunt, Shannon Jurgens, Laaza Kuseske, Sarah Lagerst- edt, Jackie Landwehr, Shelly Langer, Jenny Minske, Amy Saukkola, Jocelyn Schmidt, Hei- di Stelten, Emily Unterberger, Tracy VanNurden, Eileen Waltzing. Men's basketball league being formed Once again there will be an eight-team men's basketball league this fall/winter spon- sored by Community Education. This league will play on Wednesday evenings beginning November 6 and running for 10 weeks. Games will be played every 345 minutes beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Kimball Area High School. The cost per team is $140.00. The f'wst eight PAID teams will make up the league. During this league time we ask that clads please leave the young children at home. This league will not begin unless the team have paid in advance. Lqll Recycling pickup Nov. 16 The Kimball Jaycees will be picking up your recyclables on Saturday, Nov. 16. Please separate glass by col- or and crush aluminum and tin cans and plastic jugs. When bagging your recyclables use paper bags or reuseable card- board or other containers. Dur- ing wet weather please cover newspapers. The time we save when we pick up will help us continue this project. Any ques- tions or concerns please call Jean at 558-6531. There will be no pick up in December or January. UPS PICKUP NOW AVAILABLE at Bumper to Bumper ffant00 Dmmlxntng) Kknbatl