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Aric Elton, Luther College (top left), Blaine Storlie, Hamline (top right), Josh Olerud, Luther College (bottom left), and Ethan Murphy, Luther College (bottom right)
Aric Elton, Luther College (top left), Blaine Storlie, Hamline (top right), Josh Olerud, Luther College (bottom left), and Ethan Murphy, Luther College (bottom right)
Wednesday, August 20, 2014 2:21 PM
Nine former Spring Grove High School sports standouts (five girls, four boys) were part of athletic teams at the college level during the 2013-2014 academic year.
  • Lions ready to air it out
    When the Spring Grove Lions hit the gridiron later this month, fans can expect some new wrinkles on the offensive side of the line 
  • Hard work, intelligence keep netters competitive
    The Spring Grove volleyball team will rely on the experience of seven returning letter winners in 2014
  • Former Lion athletes exhibit leadership at college
    Nine former Spring Grove High School sports standouts (five girls, four boys) were part of athletic teams at the college level during the 2013-2014 academic year.  
  • Former Lion athletes exhibit leadership at college
    Nine former Spring Grove High School sports standouts (five girls, four boys) were part of athletic teams at the college level during the 2013-2014 academic year.  
  • Bratland earns fourth all-area honor
    Spring Grove/Caledonia junior pitcher Samantha Bratland was the lone Minnesota athlete named to the 2014 All-Tribune Softball Team.  
  • Larson Well clinches share of crown;
    Basketball boys finish successful summer 
  • Brad Groth to guide Lancer grid program
    Spring Grove alumnus and resident Brad Groth this summer becomes the head football coach at La Crescent High School. 
  • Conference expansion ends neighborhood net series
    Spring Grove traditionally has been playing two tournaments plus two non-conference dual matches with Rushford-Peterson and Caledonia. The Caledonia match has become an annual "come dressed in pink" fundraiser for cancer research. Highly popular among both student bodies, the Lion-Warrior charity match will continue.  
  • The Caledonia Legion baseball team, on the strength of a no-hit pitching performance by Tanner Langen against St. Charles in the final round of the Minnesota American Legion Sub-District Tournament, secured a spot in the District Tournament in Stewartville, Minn., slated for Thursday, July 24, and Saturday July 26. Caledonia and La Crescent will represent the East Sub-District; Rochester Lourdes and Adams will represent the West. 
  • Lions share Little League championship

    The Little League baseball regular season closed with a rare win over New Albin, clinching a share of the division championship for Spring Grove.
    The summer league basketball season ended with mixed results for the Spring Grove varsity and B-team girls as it did for the varsity 7-on-7 football boys.
    The varsity basketball boys conquered another big-school opponent while the B-team boys also won again in league play at La Crosse before taking two of three games at a Sunday afternoon tournament in Winona.

     
  • Young Lions win Hokah Tourney; varsity Lions are "kings of the hill"
    A group of sixth and fifth grade boys swept all three games at the July 12 Hokah Tournament with a combined score of 26-1. The varsity football Lions took the top honor at the annual summer football camp at the University of South Dakota.  
  • Area 9-man teams embark on district football in 2015
    This is the second of two installments covering the changes to the regular season 9-man football schedules for Southeast Conference teams  
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