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Makara Fahrenholtz concentrated on the basket, as she put up a shot over a Lake City defender last week. SAM CLEMENS/CHATFIELD NEWS
Makara Fahrenholtz concentrated on the basket, as she put up a shot over a Lake City defender last week. SAM CLEMENS/CHATFIELD NEWS
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Tuesday, February 09, 2016 10:00 AM
In the past week the Chatfield girls basketball team got wins over Wabasha-Kellogg (79-56) and Lake City (62-47) and lost to number seven state ranked Dover-Eyota (70-47).  This week the gals have games with number one class AA state ranked Plainview-Elgin-Millville (19-1) on Tuesday and St. Charles (15-5) on Friday.  The game with the Bulldogs is home and the Saints’ game is on the road.

  • Chatfield girls win two, lose one last week
    In the past week the Chatfield girls basketball team got wins over Wabasha-Kellogg (79-56) and Lake City (62-47) and lost to number seven state ranked Dover-Eyota (70-47).  This week the gals have games with number one class AA state ranked Plainview-Elgin-Millville (19-1) on Tuesday and St. Charles (15-5) on Friday.  The game with the Bulldogs is home and the Saints’ game is on the road.

  • Duxbury to play football at WSU
    “I had an opportunity to visit many colleges and talk to coaching staffs,” explained CHS senior Carter Duxbury about his decision to sign a national letter of intent. “The coaching staff at Winona have been friendly and helpful.  The reason that I picked Winona State University when it came down to the final two was because it felt like home.  Being around the students and staff, a top notch education program and a lot of support services to help guide me are all reasons why I chose WSU.  

  • Gopher guys win two more last week
    After losing 13 in a row, the Chatfield boys have now put together three wins in a row, including victories over Wabasha-Kellogg (74-53) and Dover-Eyota (66-51).  Chatfield had lost to the Falcons earlier in the season, but have now swept the regular season games against the Eagles.

  • Gophers win final dual meet of the season
    The Chatfield Gopher wrestling team ended the regular season on a good note, downing FCLMC 35-21 to finish out the regular season at 3-14.

  • Wrestlers lose to Caledonia; Goetzinger and Mandt second at JWP Tournament

    The Chatfield Gopher wrestling team gave up 36 points (six forfeits) in a dual meet with Caledonia, and lost the match 69-10.  Coming up with wins for Chatfield were Jake Mandt (138 pounds, major decision, over David Seymour) and Cael Bartels (forfeit at 113 pounds.).

  • Gals beat Kingsland 58-47

    Sydney Gould had her best shooting night of the season and scored a season high 24 points to lead the Gopher gals over Kingsland, 58-47.  Gould was six of eight (75%) from the field, two for three (66.7%) from three-point range, and a perfect 10/10 at the free throw line.  She also added four rebounds, four steals and two assists.  

  • Gopher boys top Knights, end losing skid

    The Chatfield boys basketball team ended its losing streak of 13 games with a 58-53 win over Kingsland last Friday night. Following the win, coach Tom Bance said, “We played well throughout the game, got good shots, rebounded the ball well and didn’t turn it over.”  With the win Chatfield is now 4-10 in the Three Rivers-West, and 4-17, overall.

  • Goetzinger, Ketterhage, Mandt, Salisbury, Lawler place at Lake City

    “Hard work is paying off for some of Chatfield’s wrestlers,” said head coach Travis Bartels. “We had some good results up at Lake City.”  Seth Goetzinger, Chase Ketterhage, Jake Mandt, Lincoln Salisbury and Nick Lawler all placed in the top six at the 12- team Lake City tournament.  Here are those results from the Lake City Tournament:

  • Gopher girls drop games to Southland, Hayfield

    The Chatfield girls basketball team lost a pair of games to Southland (42-39) and Hayfield (62-49) this past week, dropping their overall record below .500 to 8-9, and their Three Rivers Conference record to 5-6.

  • Gopher boys lose two more, skid continues

    For the last two ballgames, coach Tom Bance has said, “We played pretty well, and we played very well throughout the game.” But the optimistic and hopeful coach can’t get the wins for the team as the losing streak hits 13.  For the most part, Bance isn’t faulting his own team, but “blames” the losses on the superior play of the team’s opponent.

  • Gophers lose two dual meets, coach pleased with their effort

    The Chatfield wrestling team lost a pair of dual meets to Dover-Eyota (61-16) and GMLOKS (47-30).  

  • Gopher gals win two more, winning streak now at seven

    The winning streak for the Chatfield girls basketball team is now at seven, after a pair of wins over Fillmore Central (51-38) and La Crescent (55-41) this past week.  The team is now 8-7 for the season and 5-5 in the Three Rivers Conference-West Division.  The gals have two more games this week, Thursday at home against Southland (4-5, 4-7) and Saturday, on the road against Hayfield (10-6).

  • Guys lose by one to Fillmore Central

    The Chatfield boys basketball team lost a pair of games last week to Fillmore Central by one, 66-65, and to La Crescent by seven, 64-57.  With the two TRC losses, the Chatfield boys are now 3-9 in Three Rivers Conference play and 3-15, overall.  The teams play each of the teams in their division twice, and the teams in the other division once.  Chatfield finished 0-6 against their TRC opponents in the “East Division.”

  • Wrestlers lose to LARP 49-26

    There were nine contested matches in the dual meet loss last Friday night against Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson, three of which went in favor of the Gophers.

  • Gopher girls winning streak at five, coach pleased with bench scoring

    The Chatfield Gophers’ girls basketball team has extended its winning streak to five with four wins in the past week: Monday (Pine Island, 55-49), Tuesday (Lewiston-Altura, 73-52), Thursday (Rushford-Peterson, 46-45) and Saturday (North Branch, 45-43). 

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