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Ezekiel Ott, shown here winning the long jump at La Crescent, posted personal records in three individual events last week along with running on a relay team that has taken first place in four of the last five meets. CRAIG MOORHEAD/Spring Grove Herald
Ezekiel Ott, shown here winning the long jump at La Crescent, posted personal records in three individual events last week along with running on a relay team that has taken first place in four of the last five meets. CRAIG MOORHEAD/Spring Grove Herald
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Wednesday, May 06, 2015 12:38 PM
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.
  • 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. 
  • Golfers take two of three versus Lancers, Trojans

       For the Caledonia/Spring Grove golfers, the week began and closed with duals against Rushford-Peterson. In between, the Warrior girls and boys visited La Crescent.

        Both local teams won two and lost one. The girls (4-3, 4-3 TRC) swept the Trojans but fell to the Lancers. The Warrior boys (6-12, 4-3 TRC) split with R-P and defeated La Crescent.

     
  • Softball girls take three, drop two
    Five games in five days, including a doubleheader on Friday, kept the Spring Grove/Caledonia softball team occupied last week. The girls (9-4, 8-2 TRC) sustained their first conference setbacks as three games were decided by only one or two runs. 
  • Title fortunes fade with three baseball losses
    The baseball Warriors posted a record of 1-3 last week, playing three out of four on the road. There was a satisfying win over Wabasha-Kellogg, but three league losses dropped Caledonia/Spring Grove (7-5, 6-4 TRC) into fourth place. 
  •     The Upper Iowa Speedway racing season got underway on Saturday, May 2. Fans were treated to warm and mild conditions as the action on the track heated up.

     
  • 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. 
  • Softball success continues, shares division lead with Cotter

        C/SG stretched the winning streak to five games with a pair of conference victories last week against Dover-Eyota and Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland.

     
  • Golfers earn splits in cold and rain
    Caledonia/Spring Grove golfers had to contend with less than perfect playing conditions last week. On Monday, both the boys and girls traveled to The Bluffs at Coffee Mill golf course for a date with Wabasha-Kellogg, where they found 39 degree temperatures and a strong northwest wind. On Friday the Warriors hosted Lewiston-Altura at Ma-Cal Grove, where light rain and temperatures in the low 40s prevailed. 
  • Thinclads run amid the raindrops

        There were no team scores kept at last Friday's La Crescent Lancers Booster Club Invitational track meet, but Caledonia/Spring Grove athletes had some impressive finishes nonetheless.

     
  • 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. 
  • Golf boys split with Lancers, Falcons
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove boys hosted a pair golf matches last week and took a trip to the Stewartville Invitational as well. 
  • Baseball posts three TRC wins
    Four trips to the ballpark kept the Warriors busy last week as Caledonia/Spring Grove (5-2, 4-1 TRC) won three and dropped one.  
  • Spring Grove/Caledonia senior pitcher Samantha Bratland was the subject of a feature article in Sunday's La Crosse Tribune. The article may also be found online at the Tribune web site. 
  • Golf girls split TRC showdowns
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove girls hosted two golf matches last week, as the 2015 season teed off. The girls split two early conference showdowns. 
  • L-A Invitational brings personal records
    Seven track teams converged on Lewiston-Altura on April 17, including the boys and girls from Caledonia/Spring Grove. The C/SG boys took third place (71 points) while the ladies finished fifth (39). Rushford-Peterson/Houston took first in boys events (141) while Lanesboro/Fillmore Central/Mabel-Canton won the girls title (150). 
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