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Chase Grinde, after catching a pass, sidesteps M-C tackler Wayne Ross. The sophomore receiver had eight receptions for a career-high 128 yards, scoring with two passes and an interception. Jon Speltz/Spring Grove Herald
Chase Grinde, after catching a pass, sidesteps M-C tackler Wayne Ross. The sophomore receiver had eight receptions for a career-high 128 yards, scoring with two passes and an interception. Jon Speltz/Spring Grove Herald
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Thursday, October 02, 2014 10:35 AM

    Stifling defense and efficient passing propelled Spring Grove past Mabel-Canton last Friday, 50-0.

  • Lions coast past Cougars, 50-0

        Stifling defense and efficient passing propelled Spring Grove past Mabel-Canton last Friday, 50-0.

     
  • Lion netters roll to road wins at Lanesboro, Glenville-Emmons
    With a pair of a straight-set volleyball victories, Spring Grove (11-11) spoiled Homecoming at Lanesboro Sept. 23 and Homecoming at Glenville-Emmons two nights later. 
  • B-team boys blank Mabel-Canton, 48-0
    The Spring Grove football B-team blitzed visiting Mabel-Canton with big plays during a 48-0 shutout on Sept. 29. 
  • Soccer girls go 2-1
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove boys celebrated an elusive soccer goal last week while a busy C/SG girls team (6-4-1) wrapped up its sixth match in 11 days.  
  • Lions falls to Hurricanes in five sets, finish week with impressive tournament showing

        The Spring Grove netters (9-11) began the week with a highly-competitive five-set home match against the Houston Hurricanes, then hit the road for Waukon, Iowa, for five tournament matches on Saturday.

     
  • Lions pause at halfway point, prepare for M-C
    The state-ranked Spring Grove football boys had an open date last week at the halfway point of the eight-game regular season. The break allowed a little extra time for a few Lions to come back from injuries.  
  • B-team boys no match for Grand Meadow, 50-12

        The Grand Meadow football B-team dominated younger and injury-challenged Spring Grove 50-12 at Blayne Onsgard Memorial Field on Sept. 15. The mostly freshmen Lions did not match up well with the older and more physical Superlarks.

     
  • C/SG soccer girls go 1-1-1; boys play best match of the year
    The boys soccer team from Caledonia/Spring Grove traveled to Winona Cotter for their only soccer match of the week, an 8-0 loss to the Ramblers. 
  • SG sails past Cardinals, 71-21
    Spring Grove cruised to a 71-21 home victory over LeRoy-Ostrander on Sept. 12. Scoring on all eight of their first-half possessions, the Lions (3-1) tallied 63 points by the break.  
  • Netters endure losses to Cougars, Athletics
    Spring Grove dropped both volleyball matches last week, first on the road at state-ranked Mabel-Canton before a home setback against Lyle/Pacelli.  
  • Lanesboro edges ahead late for 24-22 B-team win at Spring Grove
    Spring Grove's B-team 24-22 loss to visiting Lanesboro went right down to the final play with a Lion field goal attempt sailing just wide. 
  • Girls earn soccer split, boys drop a pair
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove girls split a pair of soccer matches last week, defeating Plainview-Elgin-Millville before falling to La Crescent. The boys were blanked against the same two opponents. 
  • Big fourth quarter sparks 36-8 B-team win at Houston
    The Spring Grove B-team boys opened the football season with a 36-8 road win at Houston on August 24. The Lions’ three touchdowns (22 points) in the fourth quarter broke open a close game. SG scored the first two touchdowns but led only 14-8 at halftime.  After a scoreless third quarter, the Lions put together 77 and 78-yard scoring drives in the final period. In between, Kohl Vickerman took an interception 49 yards to the end zone. In addition to the interception, the Hurricanes fumbled 8 times and lost 5. 
  • The Caledonia/Spring Grove girls split a pair of soccer matches last week, falling 1-0 to Dover-Eyota before coming back to outscore St, Charles 5-3. 
  • Girls take fourth in early-season net tourney
    Spring Grove won two matches and lost five on August 30, taking fourth place in the seventh annual Mabel-Canton Labor Day Volleyball Tournament. 
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