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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.

  • Standahl walks off green with hole in one
    Shelby Standahl completed her day at the golf course with a hole-in-one, followed by a high five from Grove Spring coach Al Lochner.

  • Gophers get big win over Cotter, lose to L-A
    The Chatfield baseball team split a pair of games last week, losing to Lewiston-Altura, 3-0, and beating Cotter, 4-3. The Cotter game was postponed last Thursday and played Friday.

  • Softball team wins one, loses one
    Last Tuesday the Lady Bulldogs lost to Fillmore Central/Lanesboro in eight innings, 7-6, and then turned things around on Friday with a six inning win over Rushford-Peterson, 10-0.

  • Falcons score 27 runs against Houston
    The Fillmore Central/Lanesboro baseball team put up crooked numbers (more than one) in every inning of a shortened five-inning game against Houston last Saturday, beating the ‘Canes 27-6.  

  • Gopher softball team moves into  first place with four wins last week
    Last week the Chatfield softball team picked up four wins, all Three Rivers Conference games, and moved into sole possession of first place in the TRC-West with a 5-1 record.  Dover-Eyota, which was tied with the Lady Gophers, won two (St. Charles and R-P) and lost one (Spring Grove/Caledonia), dropped to 4-2 in conference play, one full game behind Chatfield.  Leader in the TRC-East is Cotter (5-0, 7-1), Chatfield’s opponent on Thursday.  Chatfield’s wins last week were against Wabasha-Kellogg (12-2, 14-0 5 innings), Rushford-Peterson (16-0, five innings) and La Crescent (4-1, 8 innings).

  • Golfers have busy week, Knights are 3-0 in TRC play
    The Kingsland boys golf team had a very busy week, as they competed in four matches, winning two TRC contests.

  • Carlson breaks records at Chatfield and P-E-M
    With only four teams competing at Chatfield on April 12, Rushford-Peterson/Houston track teams placed second for both boys and girls.

  • Softball girls grab league opener, drop tournament games
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team played four games in the span of five days, starting with a season-opening conference home win on Tuesday against Fillmore Central/Lanesboro. C/SG traveled to a round robin tournament Saturday at Onalaska Luther. C/SG went 0-3 against some good competition.

  • Boys first, girls fourth at 15th annual  Chatfield Invitational track meet
    The Chatfield boys scored 131 points in their own invitational track meet and brought home the first place trophy.  Rushford-Peterson/Houston was second with 105 points.  Senior Chase Salerno picked up three first place medals. He won the 110 m hurdles (:17.33), the 300 m hurdles (:47.07) and ran the third leg in the winning 4x400 relay (Isaiah Froese, Kevin Bradt, Salerno, Dillon Nolan, 4:01.06).  Grabbing two gold medals in the 400 m dash (:55.19) and the high jump (5’6”) was freshman Gage Tuohy.

  • GMLOK baseball team wins  two, loses two in busy week
    Last week the GMLOK Bulldog baseball team got a non-conference win over Glenville-Emmons, 11-4, and notched its first TRC win over Southland, 3-2.  They also lost Three Rivers Conference games to Wabasha-Kellogg, 10-3, and St. Charles, 14-6.  With the four game split, the guys are now 1-3 in TRC play and 2-3, overall.

  • R-P softball outscores Lewiston-Altura 13-1
    While the R-P softball was unable to pull out a win against La Crescent in their season opener, they managed to obliterate Lewiston-Altura in their home opener on Monday.

  • Baseball Lions begin with 11-2 win

    A cool and cloudy April 7 saw Spring Grove open the high school baseball season with an 11-2 win at home against Houston.

  • Gopher baseball team starts season at 1-1
    The Chatfield Gophers baseball team opened the season with a 6-5 come from behind win over GMLOK, but then lost to St. Charles, 6-0, this past Saturday.

  • Lady Bulldogs rally for 7-6 win over Chatfield
    With bases loaded in the bottom of the fifth inning, GMLOK's Gracie Schmidt launched a drive over the fence in Spring Valley for a grand slam home run. Schmidt's blast helped the Lady Bulldogs score six runs and tie the game at 6-6 after five innings with visiting Chatfield last week.  

  • Girls place first for track home opener
    The Rushford-Peterson/Houston girls took first place honors in the March 29 track home opener. The victory came in thanks to strong performances by several key individuals. R-P/H ended the day with 112 points, just ahead of Lanesboro/Fillmore Central, who had 110 points.

Down to Three

The Republican Party has seen two candidates drop out of the race this week leaving only Donald Trump, while on the Democratic side Bernie Sanders has declared that he will stay in the race until the final primary. Do you think Sanders should concede to Hillary Clinton?


 

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