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The 2014 GMLOKS wrestling team. Front row, from left, Jackson Hale, John Barber, Noah Eissinger, Josh Graves, Brenn Olson, Jack Mullenbach and Isaac Eissinger. Middle row, Wyatt Richardson, Parker Hale, Christophor Bain, Blake Olson, Sam Roe, Mike Stout and James Bigelow. Back row, Jeremy Heller, Jamie Johnson, Clayton Luthe, Blake Benson, Jace Bunne and Cody Merkel. Not pictured: Brandon Turner and Kyle Morrison.  COURTESY OF MATTHEW SCHNEIDER
The 2014 GMLOKS wrestling team. Front row, from left, Jackson Hale, John Barber, Noah Eissinger, Josh Graves, Brenn Olson, Jack Mullenbach and Isaac Eissinger. Middle row, Wyatt Richardson, Parker Hale, Christophor Bain, Blake Olson, Sam Roe, Mike Stout and James Bigelow. Back row, Jeremy Heller, Jamie Johnson, Clayton Luthe, Blake Benson, Jace Bunne and Cody Merkel. Not pictured: Brandon Turner and Kyle Morrison. COURTESY OF MATTHEW SCHNEIDER
Tuesday, December 09, 2014 8:54 AM

The newly formed GMLOKS (Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland/Southland) wrestling team won the first match of the season, downing the FCLMC (Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton) Wolves, 60-3.

  • Boy golfers top the TRC charts

    As the twelve teams that make up the Three Rivers Conference prepared to face off in the golf conference tournament on May 14, the weather gave them pause. The teams agreed to golf for the scheduled 18 holes, but eventually the wind and rain were too much, and they had to call the meet at nine holes.



     
  • Perfect game, marquee win send SG/C into sub-section
    SG/C completed regular season play last week, posting two wins and a loss. There was Samantha Bratland’s no-hit, perfect-game shutout of Southland and a major victory over league-leading Cotter but also a second 1-0 setback against Fillmore Central/Lanesboro. 
  • Falcon baseball team wins season finale, will face R-P in sub-section tournament

    The Fillmore Central/Lanesboro baseball team scored six runs in the top of the third inning and went ahead of Mabel-Canton 8-0, then had to rally in the last two innings of the game to get a 14-12 win.  In the bottom of the third inning, M-C scored 10 runs to take a 10-8 lead.  The Falcons scored one run in the fourth and three more in the sixth to tie the score at 12-12.  What turned out to be the winning runs came on two out singles by Kiel Larson and Nick Mensink and a base-clearing triple by Gatlin Woellert in the top of the seventh inning.

     
  • Five CHS athletes earn All-TRC in track
    The Chatfield girls placed sixth with 70 team points and the boys placed 10th with 36 points in the Three Rivers Conference meet. Perennial powerhouse Plainview-Elgin-Millville took top honors in both the girls and boys competition.  
  • R-P/H eight All-Conference, three new records

    R-P/H track and field athletes had a record breaking week in one of their biggest meets of the year.



     
  • Softball girls win 300th for coach

     The Caledonia/Spring Grove girls golf team (12-4, 5-4 TRC) saw some outstanding performances last week, winning two out of three dual matches and a tournament. Rebeckah Schroeder was the individual tourney champion.



     
  • Kingsland boys top St. Charles in golf, Pruter wins junior high TRC Tournament

    On May 5 the Kingsland boys golf team lost to PEM by four strokes, 194-190.  Kingsland scores were: Simon Broadwater (48), Isiah Bubany (48), Tyler Ruesink (48), and Wyatt Pruter (50).  Garrett Chick of PEM was medalist with a 45.

     
  • Girls take top spots across the board

    In the April 28 R-P/H Track and Field Invitational, no team scores were recorded, but R-P/H saw strong representation from some familiar faces.

     
  • Sprinters rack up relay wins
    Two meets challenged Caledonia/Spring Grove thinclads last week. The first took place at Rushford while the second was held in La Crescent. Neither meet was team scored. 
  • M-C baseball team picks up  three wins in successful week

    The Cougars improved their 2015 record last week, adding three wins with just one loss.

     
  • Baseball team wins four in successful week

    This past week the Chatfield baseball team (now 8-3)  picked up four wins over Fillmore Central/Lanesboro (11-6), Lewiston-Altura (3-0), Caledonia/Spring Grove (5-4) and St. Charles (12-2, in five innings).  With the four wins the Gophers have moved into the top spot in the TRC-West, 1 ½ games ahead of Wabasha-Kellogg (7-5).

     
  • Warriors win extra-inning thriller; Gran walk-off homer decks Bulldogs
    In spite of postponements for weather, the Caledonia/Spring Grove baseball team managed to play one of the three scheduled games last week. And that contest was a good one. 
  • Cougars clobber Wolverines 26-6

    Rain and cold got in the way of several Mabel-Canton baseball games last week, but not before the Cougars whipped Glenville-Emmons on the road, 26-6.

     
  • Bulldog softball team splits last two games

    The GMLOK softball team lost to a powerful Caledonia/Spring Grove team, 13-2, then rebounded with an 18-5 win over Rushford-Peterson.  With the split, the gals are now 2-4 for the season, 1-4 in Three Rivers conference play.

     
  • Bratland pitches perfect game; girls sweep three games
    The Spring Grove/Caledonia softball team put three straight “W's” in the record book last week, defeating a pair of conference opponents in their own ballparks. Samantha Bratland pitched a perfect game (no base runners) in the second game of a double header at Rushford-Peterson. 
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