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Simon Broadwater lined up a putt during Kingsland's win over PEM. The Knights are currently 3-0 in Three Rivers Conference action.  CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
Simon Broadwater lined up a putt during Kingsland's win over PEM. The Knights are currently 3-0 in Three Rivers Conference action. CHRISTINE VREEMAN/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
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Tuesday, April 26, 2016 11:44 AM
The Kingsland boys golf team had a very busy week, as they competed in four matches, winning two TRC contests.

  • On Friday, April 29, the St. Johns Eagles traveled to Rochester to take on Resurrection Lutheran School.  The game remained scoreless between the two evenly matched teams until the top of the third inning, when Andrew Imm led off the inning with a single to center.  Riley Eickhoff followed with a triple driving in Imm and gave the Eagles the lead.  With one out, Nick Fetterly then singled to drive in Eickhoff giving the Eagles a 2-0 lead after three.  

  • Kingsland boys pick up two more TRC golf wins
    The Kingsland boys golf team beat St. Charles 193-207 on April 26 at St. Charles.  

  • Softball team wins one, loses one
    Last Tuesday the Lady Bulldogs lost to Fillmore Central/Lanesboro in eight innings, 7-6, and then turned things around on Friday with a six inning win over Rushford-Peterson, 10-0.

  • Bulldog baseball team splits, beats R-P and loses to FC/L

    Last week the Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland Bulldog baseball team beat Rushford-Peterson, 5-1, and lost to Fillmore Central/Lanesboro, 5-0, evening their overall record at 5-5. The team is 3-5 in Three Rivers Conference play.

  • The St. Johns Eagles softball team opened the week by traveling to Lewiston to take on Immanuel Lutheran School.  In the A team game the Eagles struck first by scoring a run on a pair of singles by Andrew Ramaker and Nick Fetterly.   

  • Golfers have busy week, Knights are 3-0 in TRC play
    The Kingsland boys golf team had a very busy week, as they competed in four matches, winning two TRC contests.

  • GMLOK softball team shuts out PEM
    Last week the GMLOK Lady Bulldogs split a pair of TRC games, losing to a very good Cotter team, 4-0, and shutting out Plainview-Elgin-Millville, 4-0.

  • GMLOK baseball team wins two, loses one
    The GMLOK baseball team got wins over Plainview-Elgin-Millville (4-2) and Spring Grove (7-2) and lost to Cotter (5-2), giving them a season record so far of 4-4, 2-4 in the Three Rivers Conference.

  • GMLOKS track teams compete in Triton meet
    The GMLOKS girls and boys track teams competed in the Triton track meet last week. The girls finished second with 149.333 points, just one-sixth of a point behind Waterville-Elysian-Morristown (149.5).  The guys were fifth with 69.5 points.  Lourdes won the boys meet with 178 points.

  • GMLOKS track teams compete at Hayfield
    The GMLOKS boys and girls track teams participated in the eight team Hayfield Invitational last week. The GMLOKS girls were third with 94.5 points. Waterville-Elysian-Morristown was first with 108 points. The GMLOKS boys were fifth, 80 points.  Pine Island won the meet with 123 points.  

  • Bulldog softball team goes 2-2 in busy week
    Last week the GMLOK softball team won two games and lost two. On April 11 Monday, they got an 11-1 win over Glenville-Emmons. Tuesday they lost to Wabasha-Kellogg, 9-7, Friday the downed Southland, 20-5 (5 innings) and Saturday they lost to St. Charles, 3-0.  

  • GMLOK baseball team wins  two, loses two in busy week
    Last week the GMLOK Bulldog baseball team got a non-conference win over Glenville-Emmons, 11-4, and notched its first TRC win over Southland, 3-2.  They also lost Three Rivers Conference games to Wabasha-Kellogg, 10-3, and St. Charles, 14-6.  With the four game split, the guys are now 1-3 in TRC play and 2-3, overall.

  • Upsets beleaguered the contestants in the Spring Valley Tribune’s March Mania NCAA basketball contest this year.

  • Lady Bulldogs rally for 7-6 win over Chatfield
    With bases loaded in the bottom of the fifth inning, GMLOK's Gracie Schmidt launched a drive over the fence in Spring Valley for a grand slam home run. Schmidt's blast helped the Lady Bulldogs score six runs and tie the game at 6-6 after five innings with visiting Chatfield last week.  

  • Baseball team falls to Chatfield
    The GMLOK baseball team scored three runs in the first inning and one run in each of the third and fourth innings, but gave them all back, plus one, in the second, third, and fourth innings to Chatfield, and eventually lost the season opener to the Gophers, 6-5.

Down to Three

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