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Jordan Anderson, shown here attacking against a double block, surpassed 1,000 career set assists during the season opener while leading Spring Grove in four statistical categories – assists, ace serves, kills and hitting efficiency. JON SPELTZ/SPRING GROVE HERALD
Jordan Anderson, shown here attacking against a double block, surpassed 1,000 career set assists during the season opener while leading Spring Grove in four statistical categories – assists, ace serves, kills and hitting efficiency. JON SPELTZ/SPRING GROVE HERALD
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Wednesday, September 02, 2015 10:26 AM
  Spring Grove senior Jordan Anderson passed a volleyball milestone in the opening match of the 2015 season, surpassing 1,000 career assists. The hosting Lions won the match versus SEC opponent Randolph, 3-0 (25-23, 25-14, 25-22).
  • SG netters look sharp in opener
      Spring Grove senior Jordan Anderson passed a volleyball milestone in the opening match of the 2015 season, surpassing 1,000 career assists. The hosting Lions won the match versus SEC opponent Randolph, 3-0 (25-23, 25-14, 25-22). 
  • Lions reign over Knights on rainy night
      Spring Grove took on Alden-Conger for the first time in 10 years last Friday, unhorsing the Knights 73-0. 
  • Soccer boys fall to accomplished Aquinas

    Traveling to La Crosse on Saturday, the Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston boys soccer team lost to Aquinas 7-0 in the opening match of the 2015 season.

     
  • Girls “weather” through challenging soccer debut

    The Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston girls soccer team opened the 2015 campaign on August 28, taking on Osseo during a steady rain.

     
  • Lions maul Athletics in season opener
      Things went from bad to worse for the Lyle/Pacelli Athletics last Saturday. Visiting Spring Grove took control of the gridiron, scoring early and often on a 72-8 opening game rout. 
  • Lion netters look to veterans, open with Randolph

        Four returning letter winners are ready to lend their expertise to the Spring Grove volleyball team this fall.

     
  • Lion lady alums continue with college basketball, track
      Four ladies, who formerly excelled at Spring Grove High School, continued their athletic careers as college students last school year, 2014-2015.  All retain eligibility this year as those four women combine to compete in two different sports on three different campuses  
  • Soccer builds with new coach, more boys
      Five returning letter winners are ready to lead the Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston boys soccer team out onto the field this season.  
  • Experience the key for soccer girls
      This may be a banner year for Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston girls soccer. 
  • Star power returns for Saturday season football opener
    Ten returning letter winners are ready to step up for the Spring Grove Lion football team this fall, including three Southeast Conference award winners.

     
  • Lion football in the 40s, Part four:  They say he was the best
    In Spring Grove High School's very first district track meet, he entered the maximum five events and won all five. Don Nesheim next broke the regional broad jump record to advance to state. But 65 years later, he is most remembered for his feats in baseball and football.  
  • Lion football in the 40s, Part three:  Spring Grove gridders go to war
      The world was at war in the 1940s. Like everywhere in the United States, everyday life in Minnesota was altered by events overseas. This is the third installment of a look back at high school football in Spring Grove while the nation tried to retain some normalcy during a world conflict that most had never before experienced or imagined possible.  
  • Looking back at Lion girls last year 2014-2015
      Before the Spring Grove girl athletes open practice for this school year, here is a look back at last year’s teams of 2014-2015. The volleyball girls and the championship basketball squad were the only girls sports comprised solely of Spring Grove students. There were five additional sports shared with Caledonia, a couple of which also included Houston. 
  • Summer sports:  Cagers compete with the best; gridders pass two tests

        As a team and a few also as individuals, the Spring Grove boys competed among the best basketball talent in the state last week. Both events were by invitation only.

     
  • Lion football in the 40s, Part two:
    The world was at war in the 1940s. Like everywhere in the United States, everyday life in Minnesota was altered by events overseas. This is the second installment of a look back at Spring Grove High School, specifically at the gridiron where American life tried to retain some normalcy in a world that most had never before experienced or imagined possible.

     
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