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Pa00e 10 Sports Leisure Hurrle named to All-American team The NJCAA has announced the 2010All-Americanvolleyball team. Ridgewater College (Willmar) has three student-athletes named to this team. They are Molly Hurrle of Kimball, Emily Roelike of Bel- grade, and Macy McKay of Gran- ite Falls. Their coach is Joe Sussenguth, Head Volleyball Coach for Ridge- water. Molly Hurrle of Kimball was named as one of three student athletes on the Ridgewater Col- lege (Willmar) volleyball team for 2010. Submitted photo. Lady Cubs win season opener Royalton into 33 turnovers, while the unselfish offense had muti- ple players contributing. The Cubs defended their home court well, allowing only 32 points to their opponent as they finished with a 50-32 victory. Kimball was led by Wittenberg's 13 points, followed by Merten, Stein, and Garding, all scoring eight points. Dingmann finished with six points, junior Liz Kastanek had four points, while seniors Klarissa Eisnebraun and Shannon Donnay, and Junior Sam Stuve were all one for two from the free throw line. Next up, the Cubs play two games on the road at ACGC Thursday, Dec. 9 and at EV-W Dec. 14. By leremy Kuechle, Varsity Coach After two-plus weeks of prac- tice, the Kimball girls' basket- ball team was anxious to take the court to tip-off the 2010-2011 sea- son. The Cubs hosted Royalton and Kimball jumped out to an early lead over the Royals, behind the perimeter sharp shooting of juniors Erin Dingmann, Brooke Merten, and senior Natalie Stein. Kimball's interior post presence of senior Megan Garding and junior Mandy Wittenberg added to the Royals' frustrations, as Kimball mounted a 34-17 halftime lead. Kimball players took turns shar- ing in the success on opening night as the team's defense' forced The Cubs girls' basketball team opened their season with a win again-st Royalton, 50-32. Jjunior forward Mandy Wittenberg (#53 above) scored 13 points and 5 rebounds in the game. Another top player in the game, junior Liz Kastanek scored 4 points and 3 steals. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. More photos available in the Photo Gallery at WWW.tricountynews.MN Cubs (baskeball) start season on high note four second-half assists. Guards Cameron Hunt and Brett Ostby contributed second-half baskets, helping to push the Kimball lead to 14 at one point. The Cubs closed out the game with a 61-49 victory over the Johnnies. Helgeson led the team in scor- ing with 31 points. Dillon Men- son, Brett Ostby, and Aaron Laabs chipped in with nine, seven and six points respectively. Ty Filzen finished with six assists and Nell Helgeson added three. In his first varsity action, Seke Snead led all rebounders with seven boards, Aaron Laabs contributed six. Cole Denn picked up three steals for the Cubs. "It was a great team effort," stated Coach lein. "We had nine players who all made a positive impact, one way or the other, in tonight's game." By Jay Klein, Coach Kimball traveled to St. John's Prep on a snowy Friday eve- ning (Dec. 3) to take on the John- nies in the basketball opener for both teams. The Cubs started out slowly, struggling to shoot the ball to begin the game. In the first half the Cubs shot only 27 per- cent (9/33) from the field. Kim- ball found themselves down by six points early in the game, but played a good defense and rallied to go into the half behind by only twopoints (21-23). The second half was a different story for the Cubs. Kimball moved the ball much better and had their inside game working with Dillon Menson netting a quick six points. Nell Helgeson scored from inside and out, putting in 20 second-half points. Ty Filzen did a great job of finding open teammates with Pheasant habitat t, er in Lanesboro to learn how to establish youth outdoor programs in YOUR chapter. The PF/QF No Child Left In- doors initiative is dedicated to working with members, chapters and our conservation partners to provide opportunities for youth and their familiesto share our out- door traditions and develop a con- servation ethic. Registration for the 2011 "Focus on Forever" conference is open to all who share our goal and are pas- sionate about providing outdoor opportunities to kids and their fam- ilies. Here are just a few examples of sessions that will be offered at the 2011 Focus on Forever Conference: How to Teach Wingshooting Skills Starting a Youth PF or QF Chapter Leopold Education Project (LEP) Activities Outdoor Adventure Clubs for Families Young Guns - Using Shooting Sports to Build Stronger Chapters Providing a QUALITY Men- toted Hunting Experience Habitat Projects for Kids BuildingYour Confidence as an Instructor Catching Kids on Angling Good cover battles cold winter nights Winter nights are a freezing 15 hours long, and it is certain the pheasant will be ravenous by break- fast time. The 10 grams of food in its crop at bedtime passed through the bird in four to five hours. When the crop is empty, the pheasant still has 10 hours of darkness till breakfast. During these long nights, the availability of roosting habitat is extremely important to the pheas- ant. Thick standing grass, shrubby transitional areas, shelterbelts or cattail sloughs are all areas where birds can spend their nights. The quality (thickness and height) of this habitat determines how much energy the birds need to stay warm ... in the same way that the qual- ity of your windows and insulation determines how high you need to set your home thermostat to stay warm. Without good roosting cover in which to spend their winter nights, the birds must use more fat to sur- vive until breakfast. A couple weeks of cold, 15-hour nights without any roosting cover will reduce energy levels to the point of killing pheas- ants. Minnesota pheasants rarely starve, but they do die from expo- sure to the elements. loin us July 22-24, 2011 at Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Cen- All Within Your Reach by placing just ONE ad with your local newspaper it's Easy it's Effective it's Affordable Expand your market and increase your profits by advertising in newspapers all over the state through the Minnesota 2x2 Display Ad Network. Thursday, December 9, 2010 BOWLI NG lill News 11-23-10 W L Aqua Lanes 14 0 Gohmann's Foods 10 4 Stuve's Auto Ranch 9 5 Kimball Rescue 7 7 A M Maus 7 7 Fair Haven Electric 5 9 R & R Construction 2 12 High ind. game and series: KarlaAdolph 201, 200, 585; Rachael Voight 191; Pat Brandt 506; Sheri Gohmann 492. Team high game and series: Gohm- ann's Foods 623, 578, 1732; Aqua Lanes 579, 1656, Stuve's Auto Ranch 1614. 160 game or better: Karla Adolph 201, 200, 184; Rachael Voight 191; Pat Brandt 191, 173; Sheri Gohmann 187; Dawn Lueders 183; Lynn Adolph 180; Allison Korsmo 177, 165; Bonnie Rossman 173; Darlene Looman 167. Jill News 11-30-10 Aqua Lanes 19 2 Gohmann's Foods 14 7 Stuve's Auto Ranch 14 7 A M Maus 12 9 Kimball Rescue 9 12 Fair Haven Electric 7 14 R & R Construction 5 16 High ind. game and series: Sheri Gohm- ann 198, 185, 507; lena Schlangen 196, 522; Karla Adolph 494. Team high game and series: R & R'Con- struction 628, 1706;A M Maus 58Z 1634; Gohmann's Foods 587, 1692. 160 game or better: Sheri Gohmann 198, 185; ]elm Schlangen 196, 179; Dawn Lued- ers 183; Karla Adolph 181, 165; MandiWal- tars 177; Karey Hindi 175; Pat Brandt 174; Megan Truenow 173; Barb Liedman 168, 163; LyrmAdolph 164;April Hanisch. Tri-County League 12-01-10 Vinar Cabinet 248.5 167.5 Aqua Lanes 246.5 169.5 Mainstreet Pub 218.5 197.5 Ameriprise 199 217 Custom Towing 187.5 228.5 l&J Marine 148 268 High games: Matt Kotila 268; Gordy Schreifels 245, 207, 203; Steve Backer 243; ]eremy Vinar 235, 205; Ben Leither 234; Dave Kloeppner 229; Jon Capes 211; lake Asfeld 209; Bill Liedman 204, 200. High series: Gordy Schreifels 665; Jer- amy Vinar 639; Matt Kotila 617; Dave Kotila 593; ]ake Asfeld 590. Aqua Belles 11-29-10 Tessmers Gravel Gals 17 4 Studio 44 16 5 AK Graphics 16 5 Gilberts Gals 7 14 Alf's 7 14 160 games and over: lulie Vinar 170; Carol lordan 160; Renita Rohloff 198, 198. 500 series: Renita Rohloff557. Town and Country League 12-03-10 Vinar Cabinet 278 114 Looman Construction 225 167 Triple D Farms 200.5 191.5 Gagnon Landscaping 179 213 Aqua Lanes 162.5 229.5 Weisman Racing 131 245 Week 14 high games 210 or better: Steve Becker 256, 225, 225; Matt Adolph 241, 226; Jack Fischer 238; Gordy Schreifels 231, 221; Dan Dahnke 220, 215; Mark lordan 214. High series: Steve Becker 706; Matt Adolph 653; Gordy Schreifels 637; Dan Dahnke 635; lesse Bogatzki 593. Mixed Doubles 11-27-10 Old Haags 14 6 Slymy Fiusch 11 9 Married...With Children 11 9 Wicked Knucklas 11 9 Utter Insanity 10 10 Or What? 9 11 House of Hair 9 11 Dave Will Come Up W/One 5 15 Men's top games: Travis VanNurden 224; Jeremy Kuechle 222, 187, 167; Pres- ton Fischer 221, 192, 187; Cary Maus 189; Dave VanVleet 167; Pat Arnold 165, 164. Men's top series: Preston Fischer 600; Jeremy Kuechle 577; Travis VanNurden 550; Jeff Imholte 483; Pat Arnold 456. Ladies top games: Hannah Fischer 179; Sue Erickson 177; Kristin VanNurden 175; Kristy Imholte 169; Alisha Kuechle 155. Ladies top series: Kristin VanNurden 473; Hannah Fischer 445; Alisha Kue- chle 444; Kristy Imholte 434; Sue Erick- son 433. Aqua Trio 12-01-10 Aqua Lanes 15 5 Pearl Lake Lodge 13 7 R]MGD 12 8 EZ Crushers 12 8 Brenda's Daycare. 7 13 Top games: Matt Adolph 227, 213, 199; Trent Lammersen 221, 202; ]eremy Vinar 205; ]oe Asfeld 188; Del Hillary 188; Tony Garding 187; Ramsey Simons 180. Top series: Matt Adolph 639; Trent Lammersen 600; leremy Vinar 536; Del Hillary 508.