Tricounty News

KAHS trap Competition week 3 May 4

Each week is showing great improvement. This week, May 4, the weather finally held out and we didn’t have rain. Our athletes had a solid performance moving us up in the standings to spot number five.

This week’s Top 5 shooters are:

T1. Jacob Borman (46)

T1. Isaiah Ehlinger (46)

3. Tanner Schreifels (45)

4. Zach Stein (44)

5. Sam Ehlinger (41)

Class A - Conference 7

Team Name                                                Week 3                     Total             Standings

                                                                        Points                      Points

Pequot Lakes High School                    1687.5                     4668.5                 1

Dassel-Cokato High School                 1383                         4385                    2

Walker/Hackensack/Akeley HS          1198                         4274.5                 3

Legacy Christian Academy                    1228.5                     3721.5                 4

Kimball High School1                               285.5                     3384                    5

Mounds View High School                    1029.5                     3342.5                6

St. Louis Park High School                     1134.5                    2501.5                 7

Bloomington Kennedy HS                       820                        2482                    8

Lakeview High School                               810.5                     2308.5                9

Math / Science Acad. of Woodbury       598                        2017                 10

 

 

 

Kimball basketball programs to host summer camps

The boys’ and girls’ basketball programs will once again be running basketball camps for students of all age levels this summer. Coach Jeremy Kuechle and coach Jay Klein will be in charge of the camps. Players will receive group instruction and individual instruction in all fundamental areas of the game of basketball. Shooting will be the main emphasis of the camp, but players will also improve their skills in ball handling, passing, rebounding, defense, etc. All students are encouraged to attend even if they have little or no previous experience.  

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K-EV-W boys’ golf team competes at Osakis

The Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins golfers battled in Central Minnesota Conference action at Osakis Country Club Friday, May 16.
The Meet Medalist honors went to Rockford’s Ben Skinner, who finished with an impressive 39.

Meet Results/Team: first, Rockford, 168; second, Osakis, 174; third, Maple Lake, 175; fourth, B-B-E, 179; tied fifth, K-EV-W, 190; HL-W-W, 190; Last, Pierz, 221.

Meet Results/Individual: Rockford, Ben Skinner, 39; Osakis, Joey Koteck, 40; B-B-E, Sam Wosnek, 41; K-EV-W, Tommy Wuertz, 42; HL-W-W, Jacob Tintes, 43; Pierz, Josh Rocheleau, 45; Maple Lake, Brandon Borrel, 40.

 

K-EV-W girls’ golf has busy week


The Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins’ girl golfers were busy, competing in back-to-back events. Monday, May 12, they were at Osakis Country Club, and Tuesday, May 13, they played at Albion Ridges, hosted by Maple Lake. Team Osakis flexed their muscles once again, winning both meets with scores of 173 and 168.  Alayna Eldred, the Silverstreaks’ phenom, took Meet Medalist Honors in each event, with very impressive scores of 41 and 39, at Osakis and Albion Ridges, respectively.  

The conference battles included teams from Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted, Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins, Maple Lake, Pierz, Rockford and Osakis. Scoring summary, Osakis Meet:  K-EV-W’s junior Nicole Vossen, 48; Ashley DeJuliannie, 69; B-B-E’s Peyton Miller shot 48, Maple Lake’s Maggie Carey and Tabitha Latzig shot 48, Pierz’s Jessica Hawks shot 48, Rockford’s Abby Scribner shot 62, HL-W-W’s Bailey Krumwiede shot 59, Osakis’s Alayna Eldred shot 41. Osakis took first place with a net 173; second place, Maple Lake, 197 net; third place, B-B-E, 211 net; fourth place, Pierz, 252 net; fifth place, HL-W-W, 254 net; 6th Place, Rockford, 269 net.  

Scoring summary, Maple Lake Meet:  K-EV-W’s junior Nicole Vossen, 42; Trinity Erickson, 47; Ashley DeJuliannie, 64; B-B-E’s Peyton Miller shot 46, Maple Lake’s Tabitha Latzig shot 42, Pierz’s Jessica Hawks shot 52, Rockford’s Haley Woodrich shot 51, HL-W-W’s Bailey Krumwiede shot 51, Osakis’s Alayna Eldred shot 39. Osakis took first place with a net 168; second place, Maple Lake, 190 net; third place, B-B-E, 205 net; fourth place, HL-W-W, 222 net; fifth place, Pierz, 235 net.

K-EV-W boys’ golf team participates in Gunnarson Memorial

The Kimball-Eden-Valley-Watkins’ boys golf group was one of fifteen teams who competed last week, at Southbrook Golf Club in Annandale. It was the 16th Annual Daryl Gunnarson Memorial gathering and a pretty good day for golf.

Meet Results/Team: first, Dassel-Cokato, 312; second, Becker, 315; third, Litchfield, 328; fourth, Rockford, 340; fifth, Annandale, 341; sixth, Monticello, 342; seventh, Waconia, 356; eighth, Big Lake, 358; ninth, Delano, 362; 10th, Maple Lake, 364; 11th, Mound Westonka, Watertown Mayer, 380; 13th, Glencoe-Silver Lake, 399; 14th, Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins, 409; 15th, Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted, 411.

Meet Results/Individual: first, Josh Polingo, Litchfield, 70; K-EV-W: Tommy Wuertz, 97; Cameron Flaschenriem, 101; Skyler Schiefelbein, 103; Nathan Vossen, 108; Tony DeJuliannie, 111; Hunter Flaschenriem, 125.