The 12U girls’ fastpitch competed in the Crow River League State Qualifiers this past weekend in Maple Lake and advanced to the State Tournament, which will be held in Buffalo next weekend. The team is pictured, left to right, top row are Steve Decknatel, Sam Rossman, and Shawn Boyer. In middle row are Justice Boyer, Katie Decknatel, Jolee Randall, Kyrie Rossman, Megan Schindler, and Tori Harren. In front are Caitlyn Carlson, Lily Voight, Bailee Shiefelbein, Justina Niemi, and Cailyn Kuechle. Submitted photo.
The Kimball Cubs 12U were able to go undefeated in the Hutchinson Water Carnival Tournament in the Rec. Division this past weekend. All of our girls played very hard and had a lot of fun. In photo, they are, in top row from left to right, Steven Randall, Steve Decknatel, and Shawn Boyer. In middle are Jolee Randall, Katie Decknatel, Megan Schindler, Kyrie Rossman, and Jaymee Randall. In front are Justice Boyer, Tori Harren, Cailyn Kuechle, Justina Niemi, and Lily Voight. Submitted photo.
The 5th annual Own the Zone fastpitch softball tournament was held in Kimball this past weekend. The tournament is hosted by the Marty Mudcats as a fundraiser for their team. This year’s tournament drew in 19 teams from all over Minnesota for some good competition.
The Kimball 14U took third in the 14-and-under age group Sunday, June 29.
Firearm safety sign up and first class will be starting Sunday, July 13, at the Kimball Rod and Gun Club from 5-9 p.m. and will be held on every Sunday until July 27, with Field day Saturday, Aug. 2. Must be able to attend field day to complete class. Ages 12 and up. Birth Certificate is needed at registration.
You will need your firearms safety certificate if you choose to participate in the New High School Trap Shoot Team.
If you have questions, please contact your CERTIFIED instructors: Charlie Serbus at (320) 333-0578, Carly Serbus at (320) 266-6225, or Matt Serbus at (320) 266-5020.
Saturday, June 14, was the first-ever Minnesota State High School League clay target tournament. In fact, it was the first-ever such tournament affiliated with any state high school league.
The Kimball Area High School team, to top off its first year, qualified for State and competed June 14 along with 23 other teams. The Kimball team placed 17th in the state after four shooting rounds of competition in the pouring rain.