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KAHS trap shooting Competition

Competition Week 2

The weather was really bad this week with plenty of rain and heavy winds. That didn’t stop our Athletes from shooting. They had a solid performance, gaining more than 400 points compared to last week, that helped move them to the number 6 spot.

This weeks Top 5 shooters are:

1. Zach Stein (44)

2. Matt Donnay (43)

3. Jacob Borman (42)

4. Sam Ehlinger (40)

5. Isaiah Ehlinger (39)

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K-EV-W lady golf team battles at Pierz meet

Pierz High School hosted the Central Minnesota Conference golf meet Thursday, April 24. The Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins girls’ golf team finished tied for sixth in the seven-team event.

The conference battle included teams from BBE, Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted, Kimball-Eden Valley-Watkins, Maple Lake, Pierz, Rockford and Osakis. Scoring summary:
K-EV-W’s junior Nicole Vossen, 45; eighth-grader Trinity Erickson, 59; Ashley DeJuliannie, 74; B-B-E’s Peyton Miller shot 46, Maple Lake’s Tabitha Latzig shot 48, Pierz’s Jessica Hawks shot 51, Rockford’s Haley Woodrich shot 64, Osakis’s Alayna Eldred took Meet Medalist honors with a 43. Osakis took first place with a net 181; second place, Maple Lake, 197 net; third place, B-B-E, 211 net; fourth place, Pierz, 241 net; fifth place, Rockford, 290 net; tied sixth K-EV-W, 300 net and HL-W-W, 300 net.

K-EV-W boys’ golf team warms up at pre-section meet


The Kimball/Eden-Valley-
Watkins’ boys’ golf team dusted off the clubs Monday, April 21, at Blackberry Ridge in Sartell. Preparing for the end-of-year section meet, the Section 6AA Pre-Section Meet is a chance for the kids to “hone-up” their skills. It provides an opportunity for the guys to play the course with other teams and competitors within the section. “It was a tough day, with the wind blowing like it was. We didn’t play our best golf, but it is early in the year, and we’ll continue to try to improve every meet,” coach Jason Huschle said.

Meet Results/Team: first, St. Cloud Cathedral, 324; second, Staples/Motley, 335; third, Becker, 349. The gathering featured 16 teams and K-EV-W finished tied for 13th place, with a net 423.

Meet Results/Individual: Tied first, 77 net, Kyle Haag/SCC; Andrew Israelson/SM; Tied third, 80, Jackson Fluck/Becker; David Molinari/Zimmerman. Kimball/EV-W: Tied 31st, Tommy Wuertz, 95; Tied 41st, Reese Jansen, 100; Tied 60th, Tony DeJuliannie, 108; 80th, Cameron Flaschenriem, 123; 81st, Nathan Vossen, 124.

EV-W-K tracksters look good at ROCORI Invite

Head girls’ track and field coach Gordy Schlangen is pleased with the kids’ efforts, despite the tough competition at the Tuesday, April 22, five-team ROCORI Invitational. “We had a meet last night at ROCORI against some really good teams. Many of our girls had very good individual times and distances, but the competition was as good as anything that we will see this year.” Some highlights were the 4x800 relay of Courtney Geislinger, Chelsey Barthel, Amaya Lyrek, and Emily Donnay, finishing third. EV-W-K’s top two throwers Raevon Willner and Ariel Laabs finished first and third in shot, and fourth and fifth in the discus. The women’s team competition was won by ROCORI, and the men’s team competition was won by Willmar.

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KHS Trap, Competition Week 1

Kimball Area High School is off to a great start for its first year ever of High School Trap Shooting. We have a team of 19 athletes. Every week the athletes shoot 50 birds and the top 15 scores in our team contribute to our points standing. There are 5 total weeks of competition and at the end they will have a Minnesota State High School Clay Target League Championship (June 6) and a Minnesota State High School League Championship (June 14).

We would like to thank everyone for their support of the Athletes and this program. A special “Thank You” goes out to the
Kimball Rod and Gun Club, Kimball Sports Boosters, Thunderin’ Toms NWTF Chapter, and Scheels for their donations to help make this program a success.

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