Kimball Cubs football results

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The Kimball Cubs welcomed the BBE Jaguars on Friday, Oct. 10, to the last home game for 14 seniors at Kimball. The game didn't go Kimball's way this night as BBE beat the home team 54-16. The Cubs just couldn't match up with the Jaguars' passing offense. The Jags had two receivers standing 6'6" and 6'5" going against Kimball's corners of 5'10" and smaller. The Jaguars' senior quarterback had a career night, as he threw for seven touchdowns and rushed for another. The Cubs scored in the second quarter on a five-yard touchdown run by senior running back Luke Schiefelbein, with the two-point conversion, which got the Cubs within 19-8. That is all the closer the Cubs got. Later in the game, senior quarterback Andy Dingmann hit senior wide receiver Travis Erickson for a 32-yard touchdown pass. Dingmann to senior tight end Stephan Kurkosky for the two-point conversion was the final scoring for the Cubs. The Cubs offensive leaders were Schiefelbein with 100 yards rushing, with a touchdown and two-point run, Dingmann had 140 yards passing and one touchdown, and Erikson led all receivers with five catches and 67 yards receiving. Defensively the Cubs were led by sophomore linebacker Tyler Loch with nine tackles, Schiefelbein with eight tackles and a sack, and senior nose guard Brandon Shonyo with five tackles and a fumble recovery. I would like to thank all the seniors for their hard work, commitment and passion for the game of football. It was my honor to coach these young men for four years. Seniors are Brian Wills, Andy Dingmann, Stephan Kurkosky, Tommy Linn, Luke Schiefelbein, Zach Hedlund, Burke Tagney, Mike Munz, Brandon Shonyo, Alex Bateman, Josh Almgren, Tyler Gregory, Travis Erickson and Tom Winkelman.  Oct. 15, 2008 On Wednesday, Oct. 15, the Cubs traveled to Rockford for the last game of the regular season. The Cubs were looking to break a six-game losing streak. On this chilly night, the Cubs put up a good fight, but Rockford's size and speed was too much for the Cubs as they drop the game 38-20. The Cubs' scoring started in the second quarter as Luke Schiefelbein had a two-yard touchdown run, with Travis Erickson's two-point run, the score was 8-12 in favor of Rockford. The Cubs couldn't keep the momentum as they gave up two quick touchdowns. The Cubs got a 49-yard touchdown pass from Andy Dingmann to Travis Erickson. In the fourth quarter, the Cubs finished the scoring with a five-yard touchdown by Schiefelbein to make the final score 20-38. The Cubs offense was led by Schiefelbein's 85-yard rushing and two touchdowns. Dingmann had 119 yards passing and one touchdown. Travis Erikson had 57 yards receiving, sophomores Tyler Loch and Tyler Filzen each had four catches. The Cubs defense was led by senior Tom Winkelman with 14 tackles, Luke Schiefelbein had 13 tackles and senior Burke Tagney and Tyler loch had eight tackles each. Freshman linebacker Travis Schiefelbein had a fumble recovery. Tom Winkelman and Burke Tagney each had field goal blocks. The Cubs will travel to Mayer Lutheran on Tuesday, Oct. 21 to take on their team. The Cubs lost last year to Mayer in the playoffs. The Cubs are looking to get revenge and win the first playoff game in years. Jamie Leither, coach