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Paige Isensee has one more assignment to finish at Chatfield High School as she competes in the Minnesota state golf meet this week. GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/CHATFIELD NEWS
Paige Isensee has one more assignment to finish at Chatfield High School as she competes in the Minnesota state golf meet this week. GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/CHATFIELD NEWS
Tuesday, June 14, 2016 11:32 AM
While her friends were playing softball, Paige Isensee was attending golf camps as a Chatfield Elementary School student.

  • Mabel native Shawn Peter earned a checkered flag in the Upper Iowa Speedway (UIS) points series last week. The action moved to Cresco, Iowa, for the June 18 dance card, where Peter made his first UIS Stock Cars start of the year.

  • Gophers are section runners-up in baseball
    The Chatfield Gopher baseball team went 5-2 in section/sub-section tournament play, finishing as the second best team in Section 1AA.  In the section tournament, Chatfield got wins over Dover-Eyota (4-3) and Lake City (4-0) and lost in the championship game to Pine Island, 4-1.  The Lake City game was scheduled to be completed on Saturday, June 4, but was suspended to Monday, June 6.  The championship game was scheduled for Tuesday, June 6, and fortunately was completed on the same day.

  • Years of hard work pay off for  Chatfield golfer advancing to state
    While her friends were playing softball, Paige Isensee was attending golf camps as a Chatfield Elementary School student.

  • Season ends for all Gopher track athletes at sections
    No Chatfield High School track athletes qualified for the state meet, which will be held this Friday and Saturday at Hamline University in St. Paul. But many of the athletes were underclassmen/women and will be back for more competition in 2017.  The Chatfield coaches are very optimistic for the future. The following are the results from the Section 1A meet, held at Triton High School in Dodge Center last week.

  • Chatfield senior Paige Isensee is off to the state golf meet in Jordan next week, finishing 10th overall in the Section 1AA golf meet at Eastwood Golf Course.

  • Gophers in the middle of section baseball tournament; elimination game with Lake City suspended until Monday
    The past week has been a busy one for the Chatfield baseball team.  With the early deadline for Chatfield sports, because of the Memorial Day weekend, we weren’t able to report that the Gophers’ loss to Lake City, 4-3, in the 1AA East Sub-section finals, then beat Fillmore Central/Lanesboro, 15-14 (8 innings) in the sub-section second place game to advance to the 1AA Section tournament.  

  • In the team scoring, the Chatfield boys finished third in the sub-section meet with 100.5 points.  La Crescent won the meet with 188.5 points. The Gopher girls were fourth with 83.5 points.  La Crescent also won the girls event with 145 points.

  • Gopher softball wins two, moves  on to 1AA East Sub-section finals
    The Chatfield softball team advanced to the 1AA East Sub-section finals with a pair of wins over Plainview-Elgin-Millville (#7), 3-2, and St. Charles (#3), 6-3.  The Gophers entered the tournament as the number two seed.  The gals played Cotter (#1 seed) this past Friday for the sub-section championship after this issue of The Chatfield News went to press.  If they beat the Ramblers they would enter the Section 1AA tournament as the east champion on Tuesday, May 31. If they lost the game against Cotter, they would have to play the winner of La Crescent/St. Charles.  The Gophers could enter as the east sub-section runners-up, if they had to go through consolation play.

  • Hines gets ‘winning hit’ as Chatfield advances
    The Chatfield Gophers baseball team pulled off a mild upset in the 1AA East Sub-section baseball tournament, downing La Crescent, 3-2, in the first round of play.  Chatfield, now 10-8 for the season, was the number five seed, La Crescent (12-9), now eliminated from the tournament, was the number four seed.  Chatfield was scheduled to play Fillmore Central/Lanesboro (number eight, 9-13), upset winner over number one St. Charles (18-3), this past Saturday after this issue of The Chatfield News went to press.  St. Charles is hosting the East Sub-section semi-final, final and second place games.

  • Chatfield’s Paige Isensee shot an 18-hole round of 85 and tied for second at the Three Rivers Conference golf tournament at Willow Creek Golf Course in Rochester last Thursday.  As a team, Chatfield was sixth with a score of 477.  Fillmore Central won the team event with a score of 349.  Others playing for Chatfield, and their scores… Makara Fahrenholtz (117), Jenny Shafer (126) and Katelin Bradt (126).

  • Gopher gals win TRC-West;  number two seed in 1AA East
    The Chatfield softball team finished off the final regular season of play with three wins and a loss.  All were conference games.  On Monday they got a win over Plainview-Elgin-Millville, 9-2, Tuesday they “doubled-up” on Dover-Eyota, 9-1 and 10-0, and on Thursday they lost to TRC-East champion, Cotter, 9-1.  The team finished the regular season with a 15-3 record, and the same in the TRC, where they won the West division over St. Charles (13-4).  

  • Baseball team finishes third in TRC-West; number five seed in sub-section tourney
    As the number of days go, Chatfield had a short week, playing only two days, Monday and Tuesday last week. But as the number of games is concerned, it was still a full week.

  • Chatfield boys, girls finish sixth at TRC meet
    The Chatfield girls and boys track teams participated in the Three Rivers Conference track meet, which was held this past Saturday in Chatfield. Both Chatfield teams placed sixth in the meet. Results of the meet include:

  • The Chatfield softball team won three games last week, improving to 12-2, conference and overall, and lead the Three Rivers Conference-West Division by two games over St. Charles (10-4, 10-6).  

  • The Chatfield girls and boys golf teams only had one match this past week. The girls were defeated by St. Charles 219 to 260. Scores for the Gopher girls were: Paige Isensee 49, Makara Fahrenholtz 56, Jenny Shafer 68 and Katelin Bradt 87. 

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