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Noah Myrah is all-conference for the third year and team Most Valuable Player for a second straight season. Photo by S. Lee Epps
Noah Myrah is all-conference for the third year and team Most Valuable Player for a second straight season. Photo by S. Lee Epps
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016 11:52 AM
The defense led the way for a young Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston boys soccer team during the fall season. The team roster was made up of a lot of young players, but there were two experienced veterans who took on the job of leading the team.
  • Myrah repeats as MVP, all-conference
    The defense led the way for a young Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston boys soccer team during the fall season. The team roster was made up of a lot of young players, but there were two experienced veterans who took on the job of leading the team.
  • High expectations, tough schedule await Lion boys
    One of the better Class A boys basketball teams in the state is expected to reside in Spring Grove again this season.
  • Seven Lion boys honored by district
    Grinde is Back of the Year
  • Hermanson named to all-conference soccer team
    Senior defender Kelsey Hermanson was named to the 2016 all-conference soccer team by Three Rivers Conference coaches, a year after receiving Honorable Mention in 2015.
  • Bohr voted top award; five Lions honored by teammates
    Lauryn Bohr was voted the Impact Player of the Year (the top individual award) and was one of five players honored by their Spring Grove volleyball teammates.
  • Veteran Lion girls seek to extend seven-year title run
    The Spring Grove girls basketball team is coming off a 16-10 season last year (14-4 SEC) as defending champions of the Southeast Conference East Division, their seventh straight conference title. Over those seven championship seasons, the Lions’ SEC record is a very impressive 118-10. The SG girls have won or shared 10 conference crowns, more than any other program. 
  • Basketball underway in Spring Grove
    High school basketball and Old Man Winter are back in Minnesota this week while four Section One football teams vie for football supremacy in state championship games this weekend in Minneapolis.
  • Section One football state championships this weekend
    Section One continues to lead the way as four of the five section champions won their way into the state championship games this weekend.
  • Grinde accepts full ride at Sioux Falls
    Spring Grove senior Chase Grinde, after a previous verbal commitment, officially signed last week to play basketball at NCAA Division II University of Sioux Falls with a full scholarship. He also qualified for a Provost Academic Scholarship, which recognizes a grade point average of 3.5 (0n a 4.0 scale) or a 25 or higher ACT score.
  • Two local families celebrate Luther football seniors
    Two Spring Grove families gathered at Luther College as the football program honored the senior players prior to the final game of the season on Nov. 12. Josh Olerud closed the season as the Luther team leader in tackles with 83. Ethan Murphy was on the two-deep rotation on the defensive line.
  • Section One surges into state football semi-finals
    All six Section One football champions progressed to the state semi-finals with quarterfinal victories last weekend, outscoring the opposition 220-61. 
  • Explosive start sends Larks past Lions in section final
    It took the Spring Grove offense too long to get going when the Lions came to play in the 9-Man, Section 1 football championship game on Nov. 4 against Grand Meadow. The Superlarks led 20-0 in the first quarter before the teams began trading touchdowns for the rest of the game, which Grand Meadow won 47-21.
  • Ellingson earns academic/athletic  honor at Luther
    Nicole Ellingson, a junior on the Luther College volleyball team, has been named to the 2016 Iowa Conference Fall Sports All-Academic Team. This is the first time she has been so honored.  
  • Semi-final win over Cougars sets up rematch with Superlarks
    The 9-man Section One semifinal matchup went to the No. 2 seed Spring Grove Lions, who scoring 62 points for the second time in four days, eliminated the No. 3 Mabel-Canton Cougars 62-34. 
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