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Chatfield’s Ethan Woltz goes up for two in the game against St. Charles.  SAM CLEMENS/CHATFIELD NEWS
Chatfield’s Ethan Woltz goes up for two in the game against St. Charles. SAM CLEMENS/CHATFIELD NEWS
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Tuesday, December 23, 2014 10:49 AM

The Chatfield boys basketball team last week won two games and lost one, giving the Goophers a record of 5-5, 4-3 in the Three Rivers Conference.

  • Wrestlers take second at FCLMC tournament

    The Chatfield wrestling team narrowly missed the first place trophy as it finished second in the FCLMC holiday tournament in Harmony last Saturday. 

     
  • The Chatfield girls basketball team picked up a pair of Three River Conference wins last week over St. Charles (63-47) and Cotter (59-41).  The team is now 7-1, overall, and 5-1 in Three River Conference play.

     
  • Boys win two out of three as  team gets another player back

    The Chatfield boys basketball team last week won two games and lost one, giving the Goophers a record of 5-5, 4-3 in the Three Rivers Conference.

     
  • Gals rebound from D-E loss to down No. 1 PEM

    After a disappointing 72-62 loss to No. 7 Dover-Eyota on Tuesday night, the Chatfield girls basketball team rebounded with an exciting 60-58 win over the No. 1 ranked Plainview-Elgin-Millville Bulldogs this past Friday. 

     
  • Guys split a pair of TRC games

    This past week the Chatfield boys basketball team split a pair of Three Rivers Conference games, losing to Dover-Eyota (73-46) on Tuesday, and downing Plainview-Elgin-Millville (68-60) on Friday.

     
  • Chatfield wrestlers finish second  at tournament, drop close one to K-W

    Last weekend the Chatfield wrestlers made the annual trip to Cottage Grove to compete in the Park High tournament.  Four of Chatfield’s wrestlers came out of the meet with 4-0 records: Maleek Hussein (113 lbs.), Jared Goldsmith (120 lbs.), Jake Mandt (138 lbs.) and Hank Friederichs (152 lbs.).

     
  • The Chatfield wrestling team opened the season at a very tough New Prague Tournament, and came out with a third place finish and a 3-2 record.

     
  • 4-0 Chatfield girls to take on  two ranked opponents this week

    The Chatfield Gopher girls basketball team has opened the season with four straight wins, beating Lake City (58-55), Kingsland (58-38) in games last week along with Wabasha-Kellogg (74-39) and Rochester Lourdes (67-55). 

     
  • After splitting, guys face tough teams this week

    Last week the Chatfield boys basketball team went 1-2, beating Wabasha-Kellogg (74-43) and losing to Kingsland (59-55) and Rochester Lourdes (51-33).  And the schedule doesn’t get any easier this week with Dover-Eyota coming to town on Tuesday and a road-trip to Plainview-Elgin-Millville on Friday night.

     
  • Boys lose to Lake City, busy with three games this week

    Last Tuesday the Chatfield boys basketball team lost to Lake City, 71-62, dropping its overall record to 1-1. 

     
  • The Chatfield B squad boys basketball team started the season 2-0.  

     
  • Last year the Chatfield girls compiled an overall record of 24-1, losing their only game in the 1AA East Sub-section finals to Plainview-Elgin-Millville.  Their overall record for the regular season was 22-0, including a perfect 19-0 in Three Rivers Conference play.

     
  • It will be difficult to repeat last year’s performance by the Chatfield wrestling team, but the Gophers have some very talented wrestlers returning to the mat in 2014-15.  Last year the team finished as the state champions, compiling a record of 27-1, 8-0 in the Three Rivers Conference.

     
  • The Chatfield boys basketball team opened the 2014-15 season with a 79-60 Three Rivers Conference win over Southland, in Adams, last Friday night. 

     
  • The 2014-15 boys basketball schedule gets underway this Friday night when the Chatfield Gophers travel to Adams to take on the Southland Rebels.  Last year the team’s opening game was delayed because the team was involved in a state championship run for the Class AA football crown.

     
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