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Shelby Standahl chips onto the green at Lanesboro where she later closed her round with a hole in one. Photo by S. Lee Epps
Shelby Standahl chips onto the green at Lanesboro where she later closed her round with a hole in one. Photo by S. Lee Epps
Wednesday, May 04, 2016 1:38 PM
Shelby Standahl completed her day at the golf course with a hole-in-one, followed by a high five from Grove Spring coach Al Lochner.

  • Standahl walks off green with hole in one
    Shelby Standahl completed her day at the golf course with a hole-in-one, followed by a high five from Grove Spring coach Al Lochner.

  • Exceptional start for Brainard, Spring Grove shooters at Sportsman’s
    The Spring Grove High School clay target team opened the season with a strong enough start to land in second place in its seven-team conference. 

  • Barthel, McCabe, Patterson dominate sprints
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove track teams were in La Crescent on Friday, April 29 for a seven-team meet. Other teams included Rushford-Peterson/Houston, La Crescent, La Crosse Logan, Lanesboro/Fillmore Central/Mabel-Canton, Riverdale, and Lake City. Team scores were not kept at this meet.

  • Softball girls rip Rebels, hold off Saints
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team won two conference contests and had one weather postponement last week. The girls traveled to the Rose Creek softball field on Tuesday, April 26 to take on Southland and belted two home runs as they won the game 15-3. The Warriors were back on the road on Friday, edging St. Charles 9-7

  • State-ranked Saints sink Lions, 7-2
    The Spring Grove baseball team faced a tough test on Tuesday against the seventh-ranked Class AA baseball team in the state. The Lions hosted St. Charles in a home game and took a 7-2 loss, which wrapped up a particularly tough stretch of games for the young Lions. 

  • Sports briefly: Mehus lauded again for defense; dad’s record still stands
    Richell Mehus received the Team Defensive Player of the Year Award on Sunday at the annual women's basketball awards at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. The Falcon senior had previously been one of only five cagers named to the conference (WIAC) All-Defensive Team.

  • Relay sprinters continue to sparkle for C/SG
    Both the 4x100-meter and 4x200-meter relay runners continued to excel as the Caledonia/Spring Grove track teams were back in action with two meets last week after a quiet stretch the week before. 

  • Elton honored as Luther leader
    Taylor Elton, a senior guard for the Luther College women’s basketball team and 2012 graduate of Spring Grove High School, received the Coaches Award for the 2015-16 season. This annual presentation honors a player for outstanding leadership both on and off the basketball court. She was also recognized as a two-year letter winner at Luther’s end-of-the year awards ceremony held Friday, April 15. 

  • A dozen student shooters and three coaches this week became the  founders of a new high school team competition in Spring Grove as part of the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League (MNSHSCTL).

  • Girls split four TRC softball games

    The spring sports schedule amped up this week for the Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team.  The weather was much more conducive to being outside, so C/SG (3-5, 3-2 TRC)) played four games this week, splitting them with two wins (Rushford-Peterson, Dover-Eyota) and two losses (La Crescent, P-E-M).

  • Lion golfers finish among top half at Cedar River

    Both Spring Grove golfers finished in the top half of the field on their second competition of the season. Four schools were represented at Cedar River Golf Course in Adams on April 18.

  • Softball girls grab league opener, drop tournament games
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team played four games in the span of five days, starting with a season-opening conference home win on Tuesday against Fillmore Central/Lanesboro. C/SG traveled to a round robin tournament Saturday at Onalaska Luther. C/SG went 0-3 against some good competition.

  • Lions split road runaways versus Wolverines, Ramblers
    It was an up and down week for the Spring Grove baseball team, especially at the plate. After putting up 12 runs on the board with 10 hits Tuesday, April 12 in a win over Glenville-Emmons, the Lions were held scoreless on three hits in a Friday loss to a very good Class AA Cotter baseball squad in a 10-0, six-inning loss.

  • SG golfers open season

    The two Spring Grove golfers opened the season at Lanesboro on Friday, April 15. The Lions competed as independents joining athletes from three other schools that were embarking on their Southeast Conference seasons. 

  • JO volleyball winds down
    The spring Junior Olympics volleyball season came to a close for Spring Grove's 17 & under and 16 & under teams at Caledonia on Sunday.  

Down to Three

The Republican Party has seen two candidates drop out of the race this week leaving only Donald Trump, while on the Democratic side Bernie Sanders has declared that he will stay in the race until the final primary. Do you think Sanders should concede to Hillary Clinton?


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