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Shortstop Tanner Langen, after getting the out at second base, throws to first to complete a double play at Pine Island. JON SPELTZ/Spring Grove Herald
Shortstop Tanner Langen, after getting the out at second base, throws to first to complete a double play at Pine Island. JON SPELTZ/Spring Grove Herald
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015 10:38 AM
Following a postponement due to the weather and field conditions, the Caledonia/Spring Grove baseball team traveled to Pine Island on Saturday, April 11, defeating the Panthers in a non-conference game, 10-0.
  • C/SG shines in shutout at Pine Island
    Following a postponement due to the weather and field conditions, the Caledonia/Spring Grove baseball team traveled to Pine Island on Saturday, April 11, defeating the Panthers in a non-conference game, 10-0. 
  • Softball opens with one win, two tight tourney losses
    Even though the Spring Grove/Caledonia softball team had two conference games postponed due to weather last week, a Saturday tournament in Onalaska gave the girls a chance to play three. The Onalaska Luther Tourney featured that team as well as Cochrane-Fountain City (Wis.) and La Crosse Aquinas. 
  • Sports briefly…. Mehus honored twice; L-O hiatus alters football schedule
    Richell Mehus, Spring Grove Class of              2012, received Honorable Mention on the 2015 All-Conference Basketball Team of the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC). The junior guard at Wisconsin-River Falls led her team in three statistical categories with 72 assists and 57 steals while averaging 6 rebounds per game. She was third in the conference in steals and seventh in assists. 
  • Baseball begins with split versus Lancers, Lewiston-Altura
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove boys dusted off home plate last week, opening their 2015 baseball season with a loss versus La Crescent, followed by a win at Lewiston-Altura. 
  • Bratland repeats; Anderson, Johnson also receive SEC honors
    The SEC All-Conference awards for girls basketball have been announced. Spring Grove senior forward Samantha Bratland appeared on the seven-member first team for a second-straight year. She averaged 18.8 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 1.6 assists per game during conference contests.  
  • Softball features pitching, new faces
    With the graduation of five senior starters last year, the Spring Grove/Caledonia softball team will feature some new faces in the lineup this spring. 
  • Amber Conniff, 4x1 boys take first in track opener

        A half-dozen track and field programs gathered at Rushford-Peterson on Tuesday, March 31. The Caledonia/Spring Grove girls and boys were there, with both taking fifth place. Both the  Rushford-Peterson/Houston girls and boys were the team winners.

     
  • Golf boys depend on young veterans
    Caledonia/Spring Grove's boys golf team will depend on just a few returning varsity letter winners to lead the way this season, but there's a good bunch of newcomers learning the links as well. 
  • Bratland voted Lion MVP; Awards mark stellar success
    Samantha Bratland has been voted the Most Valuable Player in Lion girls basketball by her teammates. This was one of four team awards and five coach awards announced last week. 
  • Basketball horizons widen for Spring Grove boys

        The Spring Grove High School boys basketball team and players are increasingly being noticed outside the immediate area. Five individuals have been invited to state-wide all-star games, and the team next season will play more high level competition from farther away than ever before.

     
  • Current Lion cagers are among the school’s highest scorers
    Spring Grove 2015 basketball players Samantha Bratland, Alex Engelhardt and Chase Grinde have played their way high onto their respective career scoring charts. All three scored their 1,000th point this past season.  
  • Few, but accomplished girls determine golf fortunes

        “Our four upperclassmen have the ability to be a solid team that has some potential to keep getting better and better,” Caledonia/Spring Grove girls golf coach Mitch Mullins reported last week.

     
  • Boys return two state qualifiers, girls four section athletes
    Snow and cold notwithstanding, the Caledonia/Spring Grove track and field teams are preparing for spring. The programs graduated some excellent athletes last year, but return a core of talent, including two relay boys who ran at the state meet. 
  • Experienced senior lineup bolsters baseball hopes
    “Our goal this season is to improve on where we left off last year,” Caledonia/Spring Grove baseball coach Dave Konz said last week. 
  • Grinde repeats as MVP; Solum, Jaster, Kampschroer also honored
    The ballots have been counted, and four Lion lads have earned team awards for basketball prowess. 
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