Alex Folz
All-State quarterback
Alex Folz All-State quarterback
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Wednesday, December 13, 2017 11:10 AM
Four Spring Grove football players were among the 23 chosen for the 9-Man All-State Football team and one received Honorable Mention. All five were also honored by the Post Bulletin; two were chosen All-Area, and three were chosen as All-Area Honorable Mention.

  • Cougar girls take league-leading Houston into overtime
    The Mabel-Canton girls basketball team had just one game on the schedule last week.
  • Wrestlers grab third at PEM Invite
    The wrestlers to traveled to the Plainview-Elgin-Millville Invite on Saturday, Jan. 13.
  • Lion girls split runaway results with Caledonia, Lanesboro
    It was a hot-and-cold week for the Spring Grove Lions as they split a pair of games, the first one a non-conference loss at Caledonia, 81-31, on Monday night, Jan. 8. The Thursday conference game at LeRoy-Ostrander was postponed and rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 17. The last game of the week was a 60-28 conference win at Lanesboro on Friday, during which Spring Grove torched the nets at 47% shooting. Spring Grove is 7-6 on the season (4-3 SEC).

  • Mabel-Canton girls rally past G-E, fall to GM, Cannon Falls
    The Mabel-Canton girls basketball team won one of three games last week.
  • Rushford-Peterson girls win one, drop two
    The R-P girls basketball team was busy with three games on the schedule during the first week of 2018.
  • LARP grapplers win big against FC/L/MC
    LARP wrestlers won in convincing fashion in an away match vs. Fillmore Central/Lanesboro/Mabel-Canton Jan. 5. While their hosts forfeited in six weight classes, The Screaming Eagles didn’t need any help to grab the 62-9 victory. 
  • R-P Trojan boys on a tear
    The Rushford-Peterson boys’ basketball team started the season 3-3, but after a five-game winning streak the Trojans record stands at 8-3 (2-3 TRC). 
  • The Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston gymnastics team came up short on the home floor during a dual with the Byron Bears by a 129.52-96.82 score. However, head coach Jess Wiese said the team took a big step forward after adding more difficult skills during practice sessions over the holidays. Rachel Welch and Brianna Johnson also took two of the top five spots in the all-around competition.

  • Key match Thursday for wrestling team

    In a dual wrestling meet win over Dover-Eyota last week, Chatfield improved.

  • Boys win two over holiday break
    The Kingsland boys basketball team extended its winning streak to three games.
  • FC gals split during holiday break

    The Fillmore Central girls basketball team lost to Houston 55-41 and beat Mabel-Canton 51-46 during the holiday break.  

  • R-P boys shine at holiday invite
    The first Rushford-Peterson Holiday Invitation in several years was a success for the Trojans boys’ basketball team.
  • Steals send Spring Grove past Alaskans
    Non-conference games are often a chance for high school basketball teams to schedule teams they don’t normally get a chance to see. The Spring Grove boys faced someone they likely won’t see again, taking on the Klawock Chieftains from Alaska on Dec. 28 at the Rushford-Peterson Holiday Invitational. The Lions used transition points and points in the paint to come away with a 94-64 win over the visitors from up north. The Lions are 4-2 overall (2-0 SEC).

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