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Kelsey Kelm goes up for a block in a scrimmage against her teammates in a showcase for the girls’ parents before the season begins. The Irish girls were scheduled to play  Albany on Fr iday and h ave their fir st home g ame coming up on Tuesday. (Photo by Sandi Becker)  Volleyballers scrimmage  Maple Lake Messe nger Page 9 August 28, 2013 Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday: Closed (320) 963-3813 Fax: (320) 963-6114 218 Division Street West Post Office Box 817 Maple Lake, MN 55358 [email protected] [email protected]  The Maple Lake he Maple Lake The Maple Lake Irish cross country teams took a step to- ward starting their seasons when they held time trials re- cently to determine who would run varsity for the first meet. “The time trial was encour- aging,” coach Ben Youngs said. “The girls’ times were, on average, improved from last year, as were the boys. The boys are very deep and it will be competitive to stay on var- sity.” The results are as follows, with the top seven boys and top seven girls making their respective varsity teams: Boys varsity and JV Jackson Willard 18:47 Ross Hickey 18:56 Devin Deringer 19:27 Adam Ruhland 19:57 Scott Jordan 19:58 Andrew Schonessen 20:08 Sullivan Graham 20:17 Keenan Sowa 21:32 Evan Hertwig 22:05 Bryce Carlson 22:50 Tanner Severson 23:04 Holden Youngs 23:49 Blake Paumen 24:39 Simon Willard 25:13 Adam Jude 25:37 Ben Brinza 25:52 Tyler Cranston 25:57 Cody Welch 28:31 Tyler Willard 28:35 Josh Ruhland 28:48 Alec Hausladen 29:24 Girls varsity and JV Sommer Carlson 17:25 Blair Stewig 17:55 Halle Geyen 19:10 Kayla Hoistad 19:30 Jordan Sifferle 19:48 Katelyn Kramer 20:07 Megan Webb 20:40 Bernadette Loch 20:41 Jessie Wohlrabe 21:20 Mackenzie Miller 21:20 Kennedy Gorres 23:00 Olivia Wolff-Herda 23:51 Lori Elsenpeter 25:06 Rayne Coughlin 25:09 Emma Carlson 25:45 Junior high Ben Smail 10:19 Gabe Riviere 10:19 Jackson Gallagher 10:20 Michael Miller 10:29 Margaret Graham 11:45 Rachel Loch 12:14 Luke Tollefson 12:19 Joe Elsenpeter 12:37 Chloe Riviere 13:39 Emily Rasset 13:40 Sean Cranston 13:40 Caleb Beneke 14:03 Time trials set framework for cross country teams Football team begins season with scrimmages The Maple Lake Irish football team hosted their annual watermelon scrimmage on Thursday, Aug. 22 and a scrimmage against Annandale, Paynesville and Zimmerman the following Saturday morning. (Above) Austin Becker rushes during the watermelon scrimmage with his teammates. (Photo by Sandi Becker) (Below) Landon Caughey rushes during the Irish’s scrimmage against Paynesville. (Photo by Charlene Wurm) The team’s first game is scheduled for Friday evening on the road against St. Anthony Vilage.  M  o   n  e  y S  p  e n t  i n t he  C o m m u  n  i   t      y   S     t        a         y      s        i           n     t          h        e       C        o       m  m  u  n  i      t     y I   s   I  n v e  s t e d  i  n  t  h e  C  o m  m   u   n    i    t   y        M         a        k       i      n       g        O       u         r         C        o     m     m      u      n         t     y        S        t     r     o     n    g     e    r Shop LOCAL “You” Helping Yourself Maple Lake Chamber of Commerce www.maplelakechamber.com Think shopping local doesn’t matter...think again! SLOW LOW SLOW DO NOT O NOT PASS ASS DO NOT PASS Go! o! Go!

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Kelsey Kelm goes up for a block in a scrimmage against 
her teammates in a showcase for the girls’ parents before
the season begins. The Irish girls were scheduled to play 
 Albany on Friday and have their first home game coming 
up on Tuesday. (Photo by Sandi Becker)
 Volleyballers scrimmage
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday-Sunday: Closed
218 Division Street West Post Office Box 817
Maple Lake, MN 55358
 
country teams took a step to-
ward starting their seasons
cently to determine who would
run varsity for the first meet.
“The time trial was encour-
aging,” coach Ben Youngs
on average, improved from
be competitive to stay on var-
sity.”
with the top seven boys and
top seven girls making their
respective varsity teams:
Football team begins season with scrimmages
The Maple Lake Irish football team hosted their annual watermelon scrimmage on Thursday, Aug. 22 and a
scrimmage against Annandale, Paynesville and Zimmerman the following Saturday morning. (Above) Austin
Becker rushes during the watermelon scrimmage with his teammates. (Photo by Sandi Becker) (Below) Landon
Caughey rushes during the Irish’s scrimmage against Paynesville. (Photo by Charlene Wurm) The team’s first 
game is scheduled for Friday evening on the road against St. Anthony Vilage.
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Yourself 
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Ben Youngs caught this 45-inch northern pike while fishing 
in Quetico Park, Canada. “ When I hooked him and he sur- 
faced, I had my son, Holden, paddle us to shore so we could 
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