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Chatfield girls cross-country runners charge away from the starting line at last week's Hayfield Invitational. From left, are Hayley Woltz, Katie Meeker and Karen Gomez-Ruiz. In the background are Abigail Paul and Maddy Larrabee. The Gophers finished fifth out of 11 teams. PAM WALSH/CHATFIELD NEWS
Chatfield girls cross-country runners charge away from the starting line at last week's Hayfield Invitational. From left, are Hayley Woltz, Katie Meeker and Karen Gomez-Ruiz. In the background are Abigail Paul and Maddy Larrabee. The Gophers finished fifth out of 11 teams. PAM WALSH/CHATFIELD NEWS
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Tuesday, September 09, 2014 8:36 AM

The Chatfield Gophers boys only had five runners in the varsity meet at Hayfield last week and finished fifth (119 points) out of nine teams, but individually, Christian Bance was second in the 5,000-meter race with a time of 18:01.9. 

  • Volleyball team loses to Mayo beats Caledonia in five

    Last week the Chatfield girls split a pair of matches, losing to a very good Rochester Mayo team, 0-3 (4-25, 25-27, 15-25) and downing Three Rivers Conference foe Caledonia 3-2 (25-23, 16-25, 25-21, 24-26, 15-8). 

     
  • Hayfield, thumbs up; Rushford-Peterson, thumbs down!

    With the early edition due to Labor Day last week, results from the Chatfield football game with Rushford-Peterson weren’t available.  The final result was a “thumbs down” as the Gophers lost to the state ranked Trojans, 29-12.

     
  • Bance finishes second, Gomez-Ruiz fifth at Hayfield

    The Chatfield Gophers boys only had five runners in the varsity meet at Hayfield last week and finished fifth (119 points) out of nine teams, but individually, Christian Bance was second in the 5,000-meter race with a time of 18:01.9. 

     
  • The football game between Rushford-Peterson and Chatfield has been rescheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, at Winona State University.
     
  • Gophers open football season with shutout over Fillmore Central

    The Chatfield Gophers opened the 2014 football season with a 46-0 win over Fillmore Central, forcing six turnovers along the way, recovering three fumbles and picking off three Fillmore Central passes. 

     
  • Area baseball team wins state title
    The Lewiston-Altura 13A baseball team, which has combined forces of Lewiston-Altura, St. Charles, Chatfield, Dover-Eyota and Rushford-Peterson, went 7-0 to win the 2014 Minnesota Baseball Tournament (MBT) state title on July 20. 
  • Q and A with 2010 graduate Jordyn Dudek
    Jordyn Dudek is a 2010 graduate of Chatfield High School, and was a three-sport athlete for the Gophers. In high school she competed in volleyball, basketball and track, and academically, graduated with honors from CHS. She is the daughter of Terri and Dave Dudek and has one younger sister, Kileigh. 
  • Coaches and players from the area will participate in the 41st annual Minnesota Football Coaches Association (MFCA) Tackle Cancer All-Star Football Game 1 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at Clemens Stadium on the campus of St. John's University at Collegeville. 
  • TJ Moechnig, Jake Neis and Nate Skare of Chatfield High School have been named recipients of this year's Wells Fargo All-Tournament Team award for Class A baseball. 
  • Gophers finish third in state in baseball
    Coming off of a thrilling run through the Section 1A tournament, the Chatfield Gopher baseball team was back in action at the state tournament, which ended with a third place finish. 
  • La Plante, girls relay team bring home medals from state
    Chatfield brought back two individual gold medals and a relay team silver medal from the state track and field meet at Hamline University in St. Paul this past weekend. 
  • Gophers headed to state in baseball
    It wasn't easy, but the Chatfield baseball team earned a trip to the state tournament. 
  • Five Gophers advance to state meet in track
    The remaining Gopher track and field athletes participated in the section meet held on Tuesday and Thursday of last week in Winona. Of the 10 Gophers to compete in the meet, five will be advancing to the state meet on June 6 and 7. 
  • Gophers fall just short of softball 
state tourney trip in extra innings
    After a loss two Wednesdays ago dropped them into the losers' bracket of the Section 1A tournament, the Gopher softball team clawed its way back into state tournament contention with four wins, two over state-ranked competition, to reach the section finals. 
  • Baseball team climbs back to section title game
    A loss two Saturdays ago dropped the Gopher baseball team into the losers' bracket of the Section 1A tournament. From there, they staved off elimination on four separate occasions to earn a spot in the section finals. 
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