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Emily Ranzenberger makes a catch in left field that closed out the sub-section championship for SG/C.   S. LEE EPPS/Spring Grove Herald
Emily Ranzenberger makes a catch in left field that closed out the sub-section championship for SG/C. S. LEE EPPS/Spring Grove Herald
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Wednesday, June 03, 2015 10:31 AM
The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team won the sub-section championship before ending their post-season run last week at section against the defending state champs.
  • SG/C takes sub-section title with Bratland no-hitter
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team won the sub-section championship before ending their post-season run last week at section against the defending state champs.  
  • Rohrer will sprint at state
    Caledonia/Spring Grove senior Nolan Rohrer will compete at the 2015 State Track and Field Meet. Rohrer qualified in the 200-meter dash, taking second place at the massive two-day (May 26 and 28) Section 1A Championships with a new personal-record time (22.62 seconds), also the third best 200M time in the C/SG record book. 
  • C/SG avenges losses, advances to section before season ends

    The Caledonia/Spring Grove baseball team (14-9) had a wild, five-game run in the sub-section and Section 1AA Tournaments. The Warriors won three and lost two in the double elimination playoffs, sending home both the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds.

     
  • Golf girls place fourth at section
    The Warriors ended their 2015 golfing season last week after Caledonia/Spring Grove players competed at the two-day Section 1AA championships on May 22 and 27. The venue for both days was Eastwood Golf Course in Rochester.

     
  • SG/C knocks off Lancers, Bulldogs on way to sub-section finals

    The Spring Grove/Caledonia softball team (16-6) cruised through the first two rounds of the 1AA Section Tourney last week and was set to take on top-seed Winona Cotter (19-3) in the sub-section championship game as this issue went to press. The teams split their regular-season series.

     
  • C/SG qualifies 12 for section track meet
    On May 21, Caledonia was the site of the Sub-section 1, Section 1A track meet.  
  • Boys edge Eagles to advance in sub-section baseball

    The Caledonia/Spring Grove boys eliminated the Dover-Eyota, 3-2 in the opening round of the sub-section tournament. Due to the Herald’s early holiday weekend deadline, complete coverage of this game will be in next week’s edition.

     
  • Section tournament
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove golf girls and boys were playing at the section tournament as this edition was going to press. Day 2 of the tourney is Wednesday, May 27 at Eastwood in Rochester.  
  • Perfect game, marquee win send SG/C into sub-section
    SG/C completed regular season play last week, posting two wins and a loss. There was Samantha Bratland’s no-hit, perfect-game shutout of Southland and a major victory over league-leading Cotter but also a second 1-0 setback against Fillmore Central/Lanesboro. 
  • Girls win track quadrangular; C/SG hosts sub-section meet
    Caledonia/Spring Grove thinclads ran, jumped and threw at two meets last week in preparation for sub-section action. 
  • Boys drop one, take two, heading into baseball playoffs

        The C/SG baseball team (11-7, 10-6 TRC East) closed out the regular season with a pair of wins last week, clinching a No. 4 seed in the Sub-section 1AA East Tournament.

     
  • Golfers battle elements, finish fourth at TRC Tourney
    Weather varied but was always challenging. Cold temperatures and 20-mph winds greeted golfers at Lewiston Country Club last week, as the boys and girls teams from Caledonia/Spring Grove and Lewiston-Altura teed it up in the final conference dual match.  
  • Softball girls win 300th for coach

     The Caledonia/Spring Grove girls golf team (12-4, 5-4 TRC) saw some outstanding performances last week, winning two out of three dual matches and a tournament. Rebeckah Schroeder was the individual tourney champion.



     
  • Girls, Schroeder win golf tournament
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove girls golf team (12-4, 5-4 TRC) saw some outstanding performances last week, winning two out of three dual matches and a tournament. Rebeckah Schroeder was the individual tourney champion.

     
  • Boys rebound from loss with wins over Falcons, Cardinals

        The baseball Warriors posted a record of 2-1 last week, snapping a three-game losing streak with two victories.



     
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