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www.tricoun PAGE 17 November 17, 2016 Touchdown for Greg Lux in the third quarter; at this point, the score was 20-12. The Eagles scored first, in the first quarter, and stayed ahead the whole game. (See full story on page 1.) Scores of fans filled the stands at Brainerd High School Friday night for the Section 5AA State quarterfinals game against Royalton. The Eagles led the game and won, 29-12, to move on to the semifinals to play Maple River Thursday, Nov. 17, at U.S. Bank Stadium. Staff photos by Gaylen Bicking. EV-W 2016 football seniors after winning the Section Championship title. Front row: Reese Jansen, Isaac Stommes, Mitchell Molitor, and Tyler Malvin; back row: Nathan Utecht, Blaine Fodstad, Markell York-Ramirez, Jacob Streit, Greg Lux, and Ben Nistler. Staff photo by Gaylen Bicking. Collecting items for veterans Maleah Loch, 6th District smallgames, cards, T-shirts (Med., Honorary Junior President, would Lg., XL), boxer shorts (no briefs) like to remind everyone about her (Med., Lg., XL). All donations can project for the year 2016-2017. She be brought to the Kimball Legion is collectingitems for our veterans. - goodie bags will be put together Needed items are: individually- on March 11, 2017, at Legion Club. wrapped tooth brushes, 2.6-ounce Thank you for your support, toothpaste (not expired), pock- Maleah Loch et-size notebooks, small Kleenex CindyMay, -packets, non-religious birthday/ Jr. Aux. Activities sympathy cards, sox, toiletries, Valley Victors 4-H Club Report Saturday, Oct. 8, the Valley planting trees in Watkins. The club ,Victors 4-H Club came to Steve and also came up with, and decided on Carrie Ludwig's house to kick offa our club theme: shooting sports/ ,new 4-H year. The gorgeous after- fishing and wildlife. noon started off with the pledges To wrap the meeting up, we and installation of new officers, introduced our eager new mem- , Our club leaders came up bers, allofwhichwereCloverbuds. with our club goals for the year They were excited to try new including one activity per meet- activities like crafts and showing ,ing, having meetings end at 8:15 animals. ,at the latest, having everyone try Respectfully Submitted, a new project area or activity, and Gretta Lemke River Lakes' hockey girls off to good start By Pat Garry, StaffWriter Minor, 2 min.) 10:12. Goalie The River Lakes Lady Stars wel- Changes: None. comed the new season and tookSecond Period - Scoring: None. care of business Saturday after- Penalties: Johnson, RVRLAK noon, Nov. 12, at the Roseau HS (Checking, Minor, 2 min.) 7:52; rink, topping the Lady Rams, 1-0. Murphy, ROSEAO (Interference, Shots on goal favored Roseau,Minor, 2 min.) 15:53. Goalie 40-10. Game Results: First Period Changes: None. Third Period - - Scoring: RVRLAK - Bolle Goal Scoring: None. Penalties: Murphy, "(even strength) (Haines) 14:02. ROSEAU (Hooking, Minor, 2 min.) ~Penalties: Byfuglien, ROSEAU2:18; Bolle, RVRLAK (Tripping, (Elbowing, Minor, 2 min.)1:35; Minor, 2 min.) 14:51. Goalie Hanson, RVRLAK (Tripping, Changes: None. The Eagles' offense wasn't always as sharp as its defense, but they got the job done nonetheless. With four touchdowns, three field goals, and a safety, the Eagles kept the Royalton Royals to only 12 points on the game. The final score was 29- 12, and EV-W fought hard for every point. (See more photos in our photo gallery at www.tricountynews.mn.) ur source I ion Weekly award-winning newspaper Breaking news and obits on Facebook Website with 16 years of archives- FREE access 70 Main Street So. P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353 020) 398-5000 or 020) 453-6397 (-NEWS) www.TriCountyNews.MN