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Chase Grinde is the team’s Most Valuable Player for the second straight season and was also selected the 2016 Outstanding Leader as the Spring Grove postseason football awards were handed out recently after Lion players cast their votes.
Chase Grinde is the team’s Most Valuable Player for the second straight season and was also selected the 2016 Outstanding Leader as the Spring Grove postseason football awards were handed out recently after Lion players cast their votes.
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Wednesday, December 07, 2016 10:54 AM
Chase Grinde is the team’s Most Valuable Player for the second straight season and was also selected the 2016 Outstanding Leader as the Spring Grove postseason football awards were handed out recently after Lion players cast their votes. 
  • Girls survive another scare at Hope Lutheran
    The Spring Grove girls picked up their ninth basketball win of the season, but they had to work hard for it, hanging on at Hope Lutheran 53-49 on Jan. 12. It turned out to be their only game of the week as the non-conference home game with Grand Meadow on Tuesday night had been postponed due to weather and rescheduled for this Saturday, Jan. 21 at 4:30 p.m. The Lions are 9-3 (6-2 SEC) one game behind Mabel-Canton in the loss column.
  • Lanesboro boys whip Wolverines, overwhelmed by Lions
    Cole Schwichtenberg gets 34, scores 1,000th against G-E

  • Grapplers hang on for win over GMLOS, faces D-E next
    The Chatfield wrestling team fell behind early, rallied for the lead and then hung on for the win, 36-34, over GMLOS last week. 
  • Lion rally falls short at Mabel-Canton; Houston rally rebuffed
    The Spring Grove girls opened the 2017 portion of their basketball schedule with back-to-back-to-back three conference games in three days last week, going 2-1. Two were makeup dates. 
  • FC girls even TRC record at 3-3
    The Fillmore Central girls got wins over Wabasha-Kellogg 66-33 and Chatfield 55-47 in overtime last week to even their conference record at 3-3. With the two wins the gals are now 8-3 overall for the season.
  • Gophers down Screamin’ Eagles, host GMLOS Thursday night
    The Chatfield wrestling team traveled to Rushford-Peterson Friday night for a dual meet and came out on top, 37-33, thanks, in part, to forfeit wins at 145, 182, 195 and 220. Picking up those very important forfeits were Jake Mandt, Ben Ihrke, Isaiah Froese and AJ Karver.
  • Boys triumph in Hayfield
    The Rushford-Peterson boys basketball team is back to where they wanted to be. After a slow start as a result to a prolonged football season, the Trojans are in a position to win.
  • Kingsland boys have sound victories over break
    The Kingsland boys basketball team won two games over the holiday break against non-conference opponents.
  • After three straight losses, boys  steal a win before Christmas break
    With the arrival of Noah Carlson, the Rushford-Peterson boys heralded their first win of the basketball season on Dec. 22 over La Crescent, just in time for Christmas. 
  • Grapplers down St. Charles, Mandt still No. 1
    The scoring “order of the match” was six points as eight of the 14 matches were decided either by a fall, or a forfeit, in the 45-23 dual meet win for Chatfield over St. Charles. In the other six matches, two were decided by major decisions (four points) and four by the conventional three-point decision. With the win, Chatfield evened its dual meet record at 3-3 for the season.
  • Girls head to Annandale tournament this week
    The Chatfield girls basketball team lost three games to Kingsland (59-23), Hayfield (65-27) and St. Charles (42-35) last week. The team’s record is now 0-5 in the Three Rivers Conference, and 0-8, overall.
  • Cougar boys pummel Hope Lutheran, fall at Spring Grove
    The Mabel-Canton boys split a pair of basketball games last week, beating Hope Lutheran on the Cougars’ home floor 63-46 on Tuesday night, December 13, before falling 67-34 at state ranked No. 4 Spring Grove on Thursday night. The Saturday night matchup in the border battle at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, was postponed because of winter weather. The Cougars improved to 4-3 overall (3-2 SEC).
  • Wrestlers down  La Crescent in only meet
    Chatfield came out on top 46-27 against La Crescent last week in what turned out to be a wrestling slugfest. Ten of the 14 individual matches were six-pointers, meaning either the match was decided by a fall, or a forfeit.
  • Gals split TRC games, ready for HVL/TRC Showdown Saturday
    The Kingsland girls basketball team lost to Dover-Eyota 71-60 Friday, the first loss of the season, but Tuesday the girls beat Southland 55-40. The team is now 2-1 in Three Rivers Conference play and 3-1 overall.
  • Lanesboro girls fall at GM, come back for win at L-O
    The Lanesboro Burros split a pair of girls basketball games last week, losing at Grand Meadow 42-31 on Tuesday night, Dec. 6, before pulling out a low-scoring game at LeRoy-Ostrander 32-28 on Thursday night. The Burros are 2-3 overall (1-1 SEC). Points were harder to come by for the Lanesboro girls but they did make the most of what they had, especially when the ball was in Haley Polin’s hands as she scored 29 points in the two games to lead the team.
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