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Thursday, December 18, 2008 ! 1 1 ...... _ rage Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN ~..,,'N~ " ':~ ............... 'T- IH .............. Nflflll II Lady Cubs fall to 2-2 Letterwinners announce officers Kimball hosted Howard Lake- Waverly-Winsted to open the con- ference season Tuesday, Dec. 9. The state-ranked Lakers showed why they are one of the area's dom- inant teams by jumping out to a commandinglead with a full-court press and fast-break offense push- ing their halftime lead to 44-10 and winning the contest 70-23. The Lady Cubs never showed any quit as they fought hard to the very end looking to improve throughout the game. Kimball was led in scoring by senior Emily Straley and junior Kelsey Vigoren with six points each: Junior Tessl~/nn Callander had five points, while Freshman Brooke Merten, Senior Sarah Pow- ell, and freshman Amanda Witten- berg had two points each. Kimball was led defensively by Straley and Merten with two steals each. Thursday, Dec. 11, Kimball traveled to Dassel Cokato to take on the larger class 3A Chargers in non-conference action. The Lady Cubs struggled to get the offense going on the road even though they were still in the game at half- time trailing 12-22. In the sec- ond half, the Chargers extended their lead with a tough man-to- man defense, closing out a 58-32 win. Kimball's Sarah Powell led the team with 10 points and three steals, followed by Emily Straley with eight points, four steals, and five rebounds. Tesslynn Callander had four points and two steals, while sophomore Megan Garding scored three points, Senior Paige Peglow had three points, Brooke Merten had two points along with Junior Kelsey Vigoren shoots 2 for 3 from three-point land vs. Howard Lake. The 2008-09 KAHS Letterwinner officers are, from left, secretary Abby Zoller, treasurer Bridget Gohmann, president Tom Linn, and vice president Sarah Messer. Submitted photo Senior Sarah Powell leads with 10 points vs. Dassel Cokato Snowmobile safety training classes three steals and four assists, and moves to 2-2 on the season, going. 12 by April 1, 2009. Classes will be Kelsey Vigoren and sophomore next to Maple Lake on Tuesday, held at the Watkins Fire Hall on Kayla Myers each went one for two Dec 16, and home against Paynes- the following dates: from the free-throw line to round ville on MondayDec. 22. Tuesday, ]an. 13, 6:30 to 9 p.m. out the scoring. Kimball's record Thursday, ]an. 15, 6:30 to Snowmobile safety training classes will be offered for youth ages 12-15, or who will reach age 9p:m. Saturday, Jan. 17, 9 a.m. to ~--~~1~~ ~ 12~reregistration is required Aqua Trio 12-10-08 r~.~~l/'C~// since space is limited. Please call Steve Wills at (320) 236-7562 to regiater. Pearl Lake Lodge 16.5 7.5 RJMGD 15 9 CK Septic 14.5 9.5 Arens Farms 13 11 EZ Crusher 9 15 Top games: Bobby Arens 200, 161; Mike Stenger 189, 186; Eddie Kamin- she 186, 168: Nate VanVleet 176. Top series: Bobby Arens 483; Mike Stenger 481; Eddie Kaminskie 477; Del Hillary 461; Nate VanVleet 432. Jill News 12-2-08 Stuve's Auto Ranch 24 4 Aqua Lanes 19 9 Kuechle Underground 18 10 ]B Liquor 14 14 Fair Haven Electric 13 15 West Central Electric 13 15 Kimball Rescue 12 16 Old Lady & the Tramps 12 16 .Studio 44 9 19 A M Maus 6 22 Ind. high game and series: Carol Jordan 190, 535; Jodi Vinar 186, 486; Karla Adolph 182;Rachael Voight 487. Team high game and series: West Central Electric Supply 602, 1683; Stu- dio 44 600, 1681; Fair Haven Electric 5745; Stuve's Auto Ranch 1690. 160 game or better: Carol Jor- dan 190, 181, 164; ]odi Vinar 186, 162; Karta Adolph 182; Bobbi Olson 178, 176; Rachael Voight 177; Kristin Van- Nurden 173; Janie Schmidt 1267; Alli- son Korsmo 167; Meggan Jordan 162; Marion Weber 162; Barb Liedman 161; Amie Webb 160; Denise Stuve 160. .Tri-County League 12-10-08 Aqua Lanes 105 55 Tri-County News 100 60 Bowling Ninjas 93 67 Bringemdwn 83 77 Richies Small Engine 77 83 L.B.C. 74 86 ,Vinar Cabinet 68 92 Ameriprise Financial 40 120 Ind. high game: Gordy Schriefels 222; Ben Leither 214; Joey Bogatzki 204; Rich Capes 204; Matt Kotila 202. Ind. high series: Joey 13ogatzki 575; Ben Leither 551. . COJ//7 S P o K.[ SCHDULS Kimball Cubs EV-Watkins Eagles Boys' Basketball Fill., DEC. 19, 7:30 PM KIMBALL TODIIN. Fri.-Sat., Dec. 19-20, 6/5 pm Ogilvie Tourn. SAT., DEC. 20, TBD KIMBALL TOORN. Sat., Jan. 3, 1 pm Albany @ St. John's Univ. TUE., JAN. 6, 6 PM MAPLE LAKE TUE., JAN. 6, 6 PM HOWARD LAKE-WAV-W]N THU., JAN. 8, 6 PM ACGC Fri., Jan. 9, 6 pm Maple Lake Fri., Jan. 9, 6 pm Howard Lake-Waverly- MON., JAN. 12, 6 PM sT. CLOUD CATHEDRAL Girls' Basketball MON., DEC. 22, 6 PM PAYNESVILLE Thu., Dec. 18, 6 pm Holy Family Tue., Jan. 6, 6 pm Swanville FRI., DEC. 19, 6 PM MAPLE LAKE Thu., ]an. S, 6 pm Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Sat., Dec. 20, 9 am 9th-gr. Glencoe Tourn. FRI., ]AN. 9, 6 PM ST. JOHN'S PREP Mon.-Tue., Dec. 29-30, 1 pm, St. Cloud Tech TUE, ]AN. 13, 6 PM EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS Tourn. (varsity) Wrestling THU., DEC. 18, 6:30 PM BBE TRIANGULARTHU.,'DEC. 18, -6:30 pM ROYALTON TRIANGULAR Tue., Dec. 23, 5 pm Osalds Triangular Fri., Dec. 19, 5 pm ROCORI Tournament Sat., Jan. 10, 10 am Royalton Tournament Thu., Jan. 6, 6:30 pm Holdingford qlie., Jan. 13, 6:30 pm EdenValley-Watldns Sat., lan. 10, 10 noon, Norwood-Young SAT., JAN. 17, 9 AM KIMBALL DUALS America Tourn. Ann./EVW/Litch/ML Alpine Skiing, Boys' & Girls' Thu., Dec. 18, 5 pm, at Powder Ridge Thu., Jan. 15, 5 pm, Mound Westonka at Powder Ridge P_a_ _yn_esville / EVW Gymnastics THU., DEC. 18, 6 PM BENSON-KMS AT PAYNESVILLE Tue., Dec. 23, 6 pm Little Fall8 Thu., lan. 8, 6 pm Melrose at Paynesville Tue., Jan. 13, 6 pm Litchfield We're Ol own the days to our celebration of ':~ ~ ~i " .~o " ~: Purchased March 1, 1989 (moved into new building March 1, 2005) ............... . Help us celebrate with these ..................... Winter Price Roll-Back Specials! Buy 1 H/tmburger, Fries Any Burger or & Soda Sandwich ,Get 2nd GET .................. Hamburger 3 $1 el & Soda for for Cup-of-Soup 65 ,9o or2 for Fries served daily unffi " us, at a can around January 1 Christmas-- Eve: Closing at 2 pm Christmas Day: Closed I I i i i ! i I