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EV-W volleyball team loses tough match

The Eagles hosted the Pierz Pioneers last Thursday, Sept. 10, and lost a good battle, 3-0. Set scores were 19-25, 19-25, and 20-25. EV-W highlights: Serving: Madeleine Geislinger 16-16; Faith Forcier 13-13; Hitting: Julia Stotz 12-14, 3 kills; Breanna Walz…

Kimball volleyball girls rock Royals

The Lady Cubs kept their early-season unblemished record intact after defeating the host squad Royalton Royals, 3-2, last Tuesday, Sept. 8. Following a first-set loss, Kimball stormed back, winning the next two sets and ultimately taking the match in five.

 

Kimball football team loses to Royalton

It was military appreciation night at Kimball Friday night, Sept. 11, and the Cubs welcomed in Royalton for a Mid-State district battle. The Royals rushed for 231 total yards as they cruised to the 28-14 victory. Kimball?Äôs Dunkin Westrich had one rushing touchdown and he returned an 83-yard kick for the Cubs?Äô other score. Kimball Individual statistics: Rushing: Westrich 15-25, Brady Mehr 3-25, Jacob Borman 3-1; Passing: Borman 11-20-2-131, Mehr 0-1-1-0; Receiving: John Zipoy 4-67, Mehr 4-57, Mason Hennen 2-10.

Chain of Lakes Soccer Club well into season

 The Chain of Lakes High School Soccer team hosted Faith Christian School of Milaca, Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Ampe Soccer Field in Paynesville.  Both teams seemed very evenly matched through the first half. Chain of Lakes opened the scoring at the 36th minute on a goal from eighth-grader Julian Chavez (Paynesville). Chavez fired a shot from the right side that deflected off of the Milaca goal keeper. Milaca then evened the score just before half time. Up to that point the Roosters defense had played an excellent game. On offense several chances went wanting.

The second half continued the back and forth of the first half. Again, Chain of Lakes missed several opportunities. Then, midway through the half, Milaca scored a second goal. At that point the Roosters seemed to run out of gas and Milaca continued the attack, scoring two more goals to finish with a 4-1 win. Keali?Äôi Kapoi (Kimball) went all the way in goal for Chain of Lakes and made several stellar saves which kept the Roosters in the game.

EV-W-K?Äôs Anna D. finishes first at Annandale

 

She?Äôs grown accustomed to this place ?Äì first place that is. Junior Anna Donnay again ran away with top honors, this time at the Annandale Invitational cross country meet Tuesday, Sept. 8. Donnay finished with a time of 19:24, Annandale?Äôs Elizabeth Schlafke took second with a mark of 20:47, and third place went to Litchfield?Äôs Jane Hulterstrum, who crossed the line at 21:43.

Other EV-W-K?Äôs times: 12th place, Courtney Geislinger, 24:43; 18th place, Denzel Atherton, 25:51; 22nd place, Hannah Holmberg, 27:30; 24th place, Emily Utecht, 27:55; 28th place, Sonora Mattice, 31:30; 30th place, Lindsey Kavanagh, 37:18.

Boys?Äô times: 15th place, Matthew Notch, 20:44; 20th place, Zach Swenson, 21:43; 23rd place, Gregory Gathje, 22:47; 25th place, John Unterberger, 24:49; 26th place, Joey Kuechle, 25:28;

EV-W-K?Äôs Anna D. finishes first at Annandale

She?Äôs grown accustomed to this place ?Äì first place that is. Junior Anna Donnay again ran away with top honors, this time at the Annandale Invitational cross country meet Tuesday, Sept. 8. Donnay finished with a time of 19:24, Annandale?Äôs Elizabeth Schlafke took second with a mark of 20:47, and third place went to Litchfield?Äôs Jane Hulterstrum, who crossed the line at 21:43.

Other EV-W-K?Äôs times: 12th place, Courtney Geislinger, 24:43; 18th place, Denzel Atherton, 25:51; 22nd place, Hannah Holmberg, 27:30; 24th place, Emily Utecht, 27:55; 28th place, Sonora Mattice, 31:30; 30th place, Lindsey Kavanagh, 37:18.

Boys?Äô times: 15th place, Matthew Notch, 20:44; 20th place, Zach Swenson, 21:43; 23rd place, Gregory Gathje, 22:47; 25th place, John Unterberger, 24:49; 26th place, Joey Kuechle, 25:28;

EV-W-K cross country girls?Äô team wins Invite

 

The Sauk Rapids Invitational was held last Thursday, Sept. 10. The Eden Valley-Watkins/Kimball girls won with a score of 25 and the St. Cloud Christian boys won with a score of 31. Girls?Äô scores: 1. Eden Valley-Watkins/Kimball 25; 2. Sauk Rapids 47; 3. St. Cloud Apollo 55; 4. St. Cloud Christian, incomplete. Boys scores: 1. St. Cloud Christian 31; 2. Sauk Rapids 44; 3. St. Cloud Apollo 60; 4. Eden Valley-Watkins/Kimball 91.

EV-W-K cross country girls?Äô team wins Invite

 

The Sauk Rapids Invitational was held last Thursday, Sept. 10. The Eden Valley-Watkins/Kimball girls won with a score of 25 and the St. Cloud Christian boys won with a score of 31. Girls?Äô scores: 1. Eden Valley-Watkins/Kimball 25; 2. Sauk Rapids 47; 3. St. Cloud Apollo 55; 4. St. Cloud Christian, incomplete. Boys scores: 1. St. Cloud Christian 31; 2. Sauk Rapids 44; 3. St. Cloud Apollo 60; 4. Eden Valley-Watkins/Kimball 91.

Superintendent Update KAHS

 

Good Day, Kimball Cubs. This week marks homecoming week in Kimball. It is a week for the students, staff, and community to come together and celebrate the wonderful history of Kimball and the schools. It also gives us all a chance to reflect on the past experiences and memories we all have had when thinking back to our days in school.

Many alumni come back to tell stories of all the things they did during their time in school. A few of the stories get better over time. Some stories are good and some not so good at times, but all the stories give them a chance to reflect on where they were and where they went.

Cubs C-squad volleyball Sept. 8

The Kimball C-squad volleyball team played Tuesday night, Sept. 8 at Royalton. Their winning scores were 25-23, 25-19, and 15-5, all in favor of Kimball.

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