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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.

  • Mabel-Canton girls improve record in three games last week

    The Mabel-Canton girls improved their record to 6-12 (6-7 SEC) last week.

     
  • Balanced scoring in Southland win for girls

    In the win over Southland (67-42) last Thursday night, the Chatfield Gophers had four girls in double figures and another with nine in the 25-point win over the Rebels. 

     
  • Bulldogs down Chatfield, tie in Riceville

    The Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland/Southland Bulldogs had a couple big wins last week — tying for the team championship in Riceville and beating defending state champion Chatfield in a home dual meet.

     
  • Vix scores 600 career coaching wins
    The Rushford-Peterson boys’ basketball team has reason to celebrate after the Jan. 13 win against Southland. Not only did the Trojans beat the Rebels handily and earn their 12th win of the season, but coach Tom Vix won the 600th game of his coaching career. 
  • Boys wallop Waukon, hold off Lyle/Pacelli
    The Spring Grove boys (13-2, 10-1 SEC) sprinted past Waukon in a non-conference contest last week before fending off a late rally by Lyle/Pacelli. Just after this edition went to press, the Lions hosted sub-section rival and state-ranked No. 3 Rushford-Peterson. 
  • LHS boys go 3-0 for week

    The Lanesboro boys basketball team had a successful stretch last week, winning all three games it played.

     
  • Goldsmith gets 100th win as  wrestlers take third at Stillwater

    This past weekend the Chatfield wrestling team got third place in the Stillwater Pony Stampede Tournament. 

     
  • Morgan Malley hits 1,000 points
    Tuesday night in Chatfield, Fillmore Central senior Morgan Malley scored 10 points against the Gophers and eclipsed the 1,000-point mark.  Her career total to date is 1,008 points, and counting. 
  • Gymnasts edge past Pine Island
    After an extended break, the Warriors returned to action last Tuesday when Pine Island came to town. In a closely-contested match, Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston defeated the Panthers 129.3 – 128.375. 
  • Wrestlers split in triangular, face St. Charles Thursday, at Stillwater Saturday

    Last Friday, the Chatfield Gophers hosted Dover-Eyota and Plainview-Elgin-Millville for a triangular wrestling meet.  The grapplers got a win over PEM, 34-27, but lost to the Eagles, 38-25. 

     
  • Lady Knights split in basketball

    The Kingsland gals lost a close game to Rushford-Peterson, 45-40, Tuesday, but rebounded with a 75-65 win over Lewiston-Altura on Friday, bringing their record to 4-7 for the season, 3-5 in the Three Rivers Conference.

     
  • SG girls corral Rockets

    The Spring Grove girls played only once last week with a Jan. 2 home win over Randolph. The Lions improved to 6-4 overall and remain atop the SEC East with a 6-1 conference record. After the Herald went to press Monday night, the girls hosted Houston.

     
  • M-C girls host highly-ranked A's

    The lady Cougars played just one game last week, but will take on three teams between Jan. 5 to 9.

     
  • Girls extend winning streak to seven

    With three wins over the Christmas holiday, the Chatfield girls have now won seven in a row since suffering their only loss of the season to Dover-Eyota on Dec. 9. The three latest wins came against Moose Lake/Willow River (63-38), Annandale (72-59) and North Branch (64-58).

     
  • LHS Boys Top Cardinals

    The Burros hosted conference opponent Leroy-Ostrander on Monday, Dec. 22, defeating the Cardinals 61-41.

     
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