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P IO" 1 . ll if lel[.a Thursday, December 16, 2010 J. .L .. UW WV8 I,L. Tfi_Coun Newso Kimb , MN Ben, Saturday, Dec. 18, 9 a.m.-noon, Wednesday, Dec. 15, 5-7 p.m., "Many Gifts One Spirit," free items Spaghetti supper at Kimball for those who need them, at Kim- United Methodist Church; $2 sug: ball United Methodist Church. gested donation. Friday, Dec. 31, 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 16, Deadline Community New Year party at the to turn in addresses of area set- Kimball Legion Club; see their ad vice people to the Kimball Amer- on page 3. ican Legion Auxiliary; see note on Friday, Jan. 7, KES 5th and 6th page 3. grade Fish Fryfundraiser. Friday, Dec. 17, 5 p.m., Dead- Saturday, Jan. 8, 10:30 a.m., line for next week's Christmas Second annual Woodchuck Bocci issue (going out to everyone in the Tournament, at Watkins Skating area). The Dec. 23 Tri-CountyN-ews Rink; watch for details, will be printed a day earlier than Saturday, Jan. 15, 5-7 p.m., Lake usual, so we must adhere to this Union Covenant Church Wild early deadline. & Tame Game Feed, at Kings- Friday, Dec. 17, 8:30 p.m.- ton Community Center; watch for 12:30 a.m., "Willie Nillie" Band at details. St. Cloud Singles Club (Waite Park Govcnlmcnt Cubs wrestlers defeat Bulldogs matches yet. Next up for the Cubs will be By Mike Schindler, Coach crowd going, and they got louder their second conference match Friday night, Dec. 10, the young as the night went on. Mitch Pra- at Royalton against the Royals Cubs came out ready to rock, and mann battled out a5-2 decision.At Thursday Dec. 16. Start time for shocked the defending section 145, Jordan Joseph racked up the Varsity will be 7 p.m. Then, Sat- champs with a 44-19 win. The last points to win with a 20-5 tech fall. urday, Dec. 18, the Cubs are trav- time we could say Kimball beat Caramon Hansen had another cling to Frazee for a dual tourna- Paynesville in wrestling was in battle coming out on top with an ment which consists of six ranked January of 1973. Back then, Mr. 8-6 win. David Joseph at 189 is a teams. They include Frazee-#2 in Linn was on the wrestlitag team machine that gets only stronger class A, Minneota-#3 in class A, and three fourths of the coaching as the match goes on. Keeping it Fargo North-#6 in North Dakota, staffwas not born yet. close in the first period, he wore Border West-#7 in class A, Kim- The Cubs came out ready to go down his opponent to take advan- ball-#11 in Class A, and Perham in in front of a great crowd. It started tage in the second and third peri- the Lean & Mean in class AA. This when Mitchell McKee received ods and won his match 13-5. Alex should be a fun tournament to a forfeit at 103. Quinten Berres Thurher had an exciting match in come watch and a good test for the at 112 dominated his opponent which he took control, and pinned Kimball talent. Tuesday Dec. 21, racking up a 15-0 tech fall. Tan- hisopponentwith4secondsleftin the Cubs will travel to Shakopee to ner Mills received a forfeit at 119. the first period. The Cubs are now take on the host and St. Paul Hum- Marcus Hamer recorded a quick (1-0) overall, (1-0) in the section boldt before the Christmas break. pin in the second period to get the and have not had any conference American Legion Club); (612) 716- 4766 or <>. Saturday, Dec. 18, 1-3 p.m., C-Squad boys' basketball Santa will be at Triple R Grill & Bar By Rick Hendrickson, Coach Tuesday, Dec. 28, throughTues- in Kimball; see their ad on page 3. Tuesday, Dec. 7, !he Kimball day, Jan. l l, affidavitsofcandidacy Sunday, Dec. 19 (RESCHED- Cubs C-Squad boys basketball for Maine Prairie Township Super- ULED), 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Horse- team came out victorious as they visor (one three-year term) will be ments; and more; sponsored by hostedtheAtwater-Cosmos-Grove accepted, drawn sleigh rides, Santa, refresh- City Falcons. The final score was Tuesday, Dec. 28, through Tues: Fairhaven Lions at Schindele s Elk 51-26. The Falcons were limited day, ]an. 11, affidavits of candi: Ranch in Clearwater; see ad on in their number of players and dacy for Fair Haven Townshippage 3. the Cubs were able to play a fast- Supervisor (one three-year term) Monday, Dec. 20, 6-6:30 p.m., and Treasurer (one two-year term) will be accepted. Tuesday, Jan. 4, 7 p.m., Kimball City Council meeting at City Hall; (320) 398-2725. U&cat on Santa will take live phone calls at DTV, (320) 764-7444; see note on page 12. Wednesday, Dec. 23, 3 p.m., Deadline for the Dec. 30 New Year issue of the Tri-CountyNews. Thursday, Dec. 24, the Tri- County News office will be closed for Christmas. Friday, Dec. 31, the Tri-County News office will be closed for New Year. Producer needed Thursday, Dec. 16, 5:30- 7:30 p.m., "Holiday Movie Night" at Kimball public library. Friday, Dee. 24-Friday, Dec. 31, Winter holiday break: NO SCHOOL. Monday-Tuesday, Dec. 27-28, SCSU Holiday youth baseball for Dairy Advisory camp. Monday, Jan. 3, 2011, Classes Committee resume IKimball Schools). Stearns Countyis looking for cit- Friday, Jan. 14, Deadline to sub, izens to apply to fill an opening on mit Teacher of the Year nomina- its DairyAdvisoryCommittee. tions to diversiCOM; for more info. tion is Monda~ Dec. 20. The appoint- Monday, Jan. 17, NO SCHOOL: ment will be fiIled in January. Martin Luther King Jr holiday. Members serve a term of three Monday, Jan. 1Z Kimball Kruis- years, and can serve no more than ers 4-H Family Fun Night. a total of nine years. Friday, Jan. 21, Early Childhood The group meets the second Screening at KES; call Becca at Wednesday of every other month (320) 398-5425 ext. 205; see story (January, March, etc.) at 10 a.m. in on page 5. Freeport. Friday, Jan. 21, End of third Residentscanapplyfortheposi- quarter (Kimball Schools). tion on the County website. There Monday, Jan. 24, NO SCHOOL they will be able to fill out and sub- for Kimball students (teacher mit the application, get more infor- workshop), mation about the committee, get Monday, Feb. 7. NO SCHOOL for meeting dates and times glad con- Kimball students, tact information. The website address is . trail, as they were able to hold the Wolves to just five more points iJli~ paced game, essentially tiring out the first half, and lead 17-13 at the the opposition. Leading the way in break. scoring was Jarred Merchant with Leading the scoring for t.b,e 14 points. Merchant was able to Cubs would again be Jarred Mer- get to the free throw line 14 times, chant with 16 points. Adam Laabs converting on eight of them. had eight points, and Joey Von Nate Overland and Ioey Von Wahlde hit a big three pointer Wahlde did a great job from the and made two clutch free-throws point guard position of push- down the stretch to help seal the ing the tempo on offense, and the game. Brandon Schiefelbein also other players did the same. They contributed with two important were able to beat the Falcons down free throws after being fouled on a the court and connect on lay-ups nice drive to the hoop. and other easy shots. Ben Serbus Hunter Schreifels wasn't able had a solid game with eight points, to get in the scoring column, but and Dallas Newman had four played a terrific game on defense. points while providing his usual He was always able to help out his high energy, teammates and was always there Despite the big lead, the Cubs to get the rebound. The Cubs were were able to stay focused through- able to execute down the stretch out the game, and continued to as Milaca tried to extend the game play well each and every posses- by fouling, but the Cubs were able sion. The team appears to be more to get the ball in bounds and make comfortable with each other, and their free throws. The Cubs are with the offense. The C-Squad is now 3-0 on the season. Next game now 2-0 on the season, up for the C-Squad will be Dec. 21, Parents' night was Thursday, a Tuesday, against Belgrade-Broo- Dec. 9, and the Cubs C-Squad ten-Elrosa in Kimball. defeated a strong Milaca Wolves r l i l l i iliig m i i I l gl~ Always something to read... for everyone! I | ! Tri-County News Subscription Form: NEW SENEWAI)! ~3 $20lyear SENIOR rate in Minnesota $30/vear SENIOR rate out-state i (SENIORS are age 62 and older) =~ame" Telephone ~ddresslCityIStatelZip: lVlethod of payment: ~1 Check enclosed or ~ Please charge $ to my: ~ VISA ~ MC | I :ard number: exp. date:__/ Signature P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353-0220 Tel/Fax (320) 398-5000 I..-- .-- ._ .... ...... j I I l I I i l I I I I I "STAY AND PLAY IN WILLMAR!" o I .T SCH DUL Kimball Cubs EV-Watkins Eagles Boys' Basketball THU., DEC. lfl, 4:30 PM, KIMBALL TOURN. Thu.-Sat., Dec. 16-18, TBD, St. John's Prep Tourn. SAT., DEC. 18, 12 NOON, KIMBALL TOURN. TUE., DEC. 21, 6 PM, V. HOLDINGFORD Tue., Jan. 4, 6 pm, at Eden Valley-Watkins Weck-Thu.~ Dec. 29-30, TBD, at Annandale Toum. FRI., JAN. 7, 6 PM, V. HOLDINGFORD TUE., JAN. 4, 6 PM, V. KIMBALL Tue., Jan. 11, 5:15 pm, at Upsala Fri., Jan. 7, 6 pm, at HL-W-W Girls' Basketball FRI., DEC. 17, 6 PM, V. HOLDINGFORD Fri., Dec. 1Z 6 pm. at Pierz MON., DEC. 20, 6 PM, V. UPSALA SAT., DEC. 18, B PM, V. FOLEY TUE., 1AN. 4, 6 PM, V. MILACA Thu., Dec. 23, 6 pro, at ACGC Thu., Jan. 6, 6 pm, at Maple Lake Wed.-Thu., Dec. 29-30, TBD, at Fri., Jan. 7, 6 pm. at LPGE Annandale Tournament Wrestling TUE., DEC. 14, 5 PM, KIMBALL TRI THU.,-DEC. 16, 5 PM, EV-W TRIANGULAR (V. BBE AND MAPLE LAKE/ANNANDALE) Tue., Dec. 21, 6 pin, at Browerville/EV Thu., Dec. 16, 6 pm, at Royalton Dual Fri., Jan. 7, 5 pm. at ROCORI Triangular team 36-29. Although the CubsAquaTriol2-8-10 W L didn't start out the way theyAquaLanes 19 5 RJMGD 15 9 wanted to by being down 8 -2 in the EZ Crushers 15 9 opening minutes, the bench came PearlLake 13 11 in with great energy and soon the Brenda's Daycare 8 16 Cubs had a 10-8 lead. That would Topgames:JeremyVinar227;NateVan- be the last time the Cubs would Vleet 212; Brian Mackereth 211, 209, 188; Kirby Nicka 195; Mike Stenger 188. Top series: Brian Mackereth 608; Jer- emy Vinar 562; Joe Asfeld 514; Alek Young 486; Nate VanVleet 472. lill News 12-7-10 Aqua Lanes 24 4 Gohmann's Foods 16 12 Stuve's Auto Ranch 16 12 Kimball Rescue 14 14 A M Maus 14 14 Fair Haven Electric 12 16 R & R Construction 10 18 High ind. game and series: Barb Lied- man 199, 180, 523; Allison Korsmo 183, 494; Karey Hindi 463. Team high game and series: Kimball Rescue 589, 558, 1684; Fair Haven Elec- tric 576, 1613; R & R Construction 1559. 160 game or better: Barb Liedman 19S, 180; Allison Korsmo 183, 172; Lynn Adolph 171; Pat Brandt 171; Karey Hindi 168, 163; Pat Dockendorf 164. Commercial League 12-9-10 SOB's 61 11 Kimball Legion 48.523.5 H & S Geothermal 39.532.5 Kim-Built 35 37 H & S Heating/AC 30.541.5 KFD 30 42 Triple R 28 36 J & B Masonry 15.556.5 Weekly top ten: Preston Fischer 267, 222, 205, 694: Mike Schmidt 254, 645; Aaron Winter 222,214,637; Matt Adolph 205,604; Kelly Danelke 237, 596; Jeremy Salzbrun 561: Travis VanNurden 232, 556; Mike Neff 516: leremy Vinar 495; Bill Liedman 491; Jeremy Salzbrun 21Z Tri-County League 12-8-10 Vinar Cabinet 277.5 170.5 Aqua Lanes 259.5 188.5 Mainstreet Pub 243.5 204.5 Amenprise 206 242 Custom Towing 190.5 257.5 l&l Marine 167 281 High games: Matt Adolph 377; Gordy Schreifels 244, 211,201; Dave Kloeppner 221; Steve Becker 215, 200; leremyVinar 213: Brian Mackereth 210, 206,201; Matt Kotila 206; Bill Liedman 205; Jason Knoll 204. High series: Gordy Schreifels 656: Matt Adolph 626: Brian Mackereth 617: Dave Kloeppner 584; Steve Becker 581. Aqua Belles 12-6-10 Studio 44 23 5 Tessmers Gravel Gals 22 6 AK Graphics 16 12 Gilberts Gals 14 14 Alf's 9 19 160 games and over: Julie Vinar 174; Megan Mackereth 175; Carol Jordan 177, 176, 176; Jane Schmidt 184; lodi Vinar 166. 500 series: Carol Jordan 529. Town and Country League 12-10-10 Vinar Cabinet 304 116 Looman Construction 227 193 Triple D Farms 207.5 212.5 Gagnon Landscaping 197 223 Aqua Lanes 165.5 254.5 Weisman Racing 159 261 Week 14 high games 210 or better: Matt Kotila 268; Steve Becker 265; Jer- emy Vinar 257; Matt Adolph 237; Jesse Bogatzki 228: Gordy Schreifels 226, 213, 212; Trent Lammersen 220, 214. High series: Steve Becker 664; Gordy Schreifels 651; Matt Kotila 633; Jesse Bogatzki 625; Matt Adolph 618; Jeremy Vinar 611.