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ASP.NET 3.5 Menu Control CSS Help

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We have successfully mimic'd the navigation structure at ContinentalSki.com at our test site, MNOutdoor.com (we are currently working on design for this client) using the .NET3.5 menu control.

The one feature of their navigation that we cannot replicate using the menu control is when you click on the Events and Info link, you get the sub pages, Bike Events, Alpine Events, Nordic Events below the Events and Info link.

Is this do-able using the Menu control in ASP.NET 3.5?
Our Menu Control: 
<asp:Menu ID="Menu1" runat="server" Width="180" DataSourceID="SiteMapDataSource1">
                  <StaticItemTemplate>
                  <ul class="menu">
                  <li>
                  <asp:Label ID="Label1" Runat="server"><%# Eval("Text") %></asp:Label>
                  </li></ul>
                  </StaticItemTemplate>
                  <DynamicItemTemplate>
                  <ul class="menu">
                  <li>
                  <asp:Label ID="Label1" Runat="server"><%# Eval("Text") %></asp:Label>
                  </li></ul>
                  </DynamicItemTemplate>
                  <StaticSelectedStyle CssClass="xMenuActive" />
                  <DynamicSelectedStyle CssClass="xMenuActive" />
              </asp:Menu>
 
 
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MasterPage.master.txt
csb-styles.css.txt
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