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Sophomore Kyle Hagen had a perfect 25-for-25 round last week; his season average currently ranks sixth among conference boys.
Sophomore Kyle Hagen had a perfect 25-for-25 round last week; his season average currently ranks sixth among conference boys.
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Wednesday, May 24, 2017 2:54 PM
To say Week 4 of the regular season for the Spring Grove trap shooters was a good one qualifies as an enormous understatement. Week 4 of the five-week season was unprecedented as six Lion trap shooters had a 25-straight round, two of which did it again to record a coveted (and incredible) 50-straight.
  • Six perfect rounds confirm conference rout for SG shooters
    To say Week 4 of the regular season for the Spring Grove trap shooters was a good one qualifies as an enormous understatement. Week 4 of the five-week season was unprecedented as six Lion trap shooters had a 25-straight round, two of which did it again to record a coveted (and incredible) 50-straight.
  • Lions fall to FC/L, remain in SEC race with win over Schaeffer
    The Spring Grove baseball team is gearing up for the postseason, but it still had some work to do before the playoffs begin. The team split the two games it was able to play between rain showers, starting with a 5-1 non-conference loss to Fillmore Central/Lanesboro on Monday, May 15.  
  • Softball splits two tight games, opens sub-section
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team finished with a split in the final week of the regular season. C/SG put together a win on Tuesday, May 16, in a come-from-behind home field win over Rushford-Peterson 9-8. The Warrior girls dropped the regular season finale at home on Friday to Lewiston/Altura 5-3. C/SG finishes the regular season at 7-11 (7-8 TRC).
  • Relay boys post their best times, ready for sub-section
    The last regular season meet was a successful one for the Caledonia/Spring Grove boys and girls track teams as they competed against a large, nine-team field at Dover-Eyota on Thursday, May 18. The Warrior girls took fourth place and the boys tied for fifth in their final action before the sub-section meet this Thursday, May 25, in Winona.
  • Schroeder breaks record, boys sweep speed relays at TRC
    Mariah Schroeder broke the conference record in the 200-meter dash while capturing a total of 2 individual events as the Caledonia/Spring Grove track teams took part in the Three Rivers Conference Meet on Saturday, May 13, at Wabasha-Kellogg. The C/SG boys won both individual speed relays. 
  • Lions win two of three, knock off Lyle/Pacelli
    The Spring Grove baseball team made it two out of three last week. The Lions’ week began with a non-conference loss at home to Winona Cotter on Monday, May 8, by a score of 11-5. 
  • Shooters extend league lead with over 1300 points
    The Spring Grove trap shooters made it 3 for 3 to start the season. The Lions led the conference in team scoring for the third straight week, increasing their league lead for the season to a whopping 1,325.5 points over second-place Paynesville. 
  • Softball girls win two, drop three last week
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team is coming off one of its busiest weeks of the season, playing five games in five days, all on the Warriors’ home field. The week began on Monday, May 8, with a 10-1 home field loss to Plainview-Elgin-Millville. C/SG dropped a 12-8 home loss to La Crescent on Tuesday with the Lancers earning a season split.
  • Bratland receives national, conference acclaim
    Samantha Bratland was named on May 10 the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division III National Pitcher of the Week. The Luther College sophomore right-hander and graduate of Spring Grove High School picked up two wins as the third-ranked Norse (39-3) captured their second-straight Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) Tournament title. 
  • C/SG downs Saints, blanked by Ramblers
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove Warrior softball girls split a pair of games last week as they get set for a busy stretch run to the playoffs. The week started with a 10-5 home win over St. Charles on Tuesday, May 2. The road game on Thursday at Wabasha-Kellogg was postponed because of a bomb scare at the school. The week ended with a 10-0 loss at division champion Winona Cotter on Friday. The Warriors currently sit at 5-7 overall (6-4 Three Rivers Conference).

  • Lions lose late to GE/AC, win late blowout at M-C
    The Spring Grove Lions baseball team split a pair of games last week in what turned out to be an up-and-down week for the offense. The Lions couldn’t hold a late-game lead, dropping a low-scoring home matchup against Glenville-Emmons/Alden-Conger 4-2 on Tuesday, May 2.  
  • Lion shooters maintain lead; Boyd, Hammel, Urell on top
    The Spring Grove High School trap shooters remained atop their clay target conference standings (Class 1A, Conference 10) for the second week as the Lions were once again the top scoring team of the week. Paynesville jumped from fourth in the conference up to second place, but they still trail the Lions by 847 points. 
  • Bechtel, sprinters have banner day at La Crescent
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove track teams took part in a couple of meets last week, neither of which were team-scored, but the Warriors saw some good success. The first meet was the Rushford-Peterson/Houston Invitational at the Ben Niggle Sports Complex on Tuesday, May 2. The second was the La Crescent “Cinco de Mayo” Classic at Earl Seaton Field on Friday, May 5. 
  • Lions "shoot' into conference lead
    The Spring Grove clay target shooters have a solid lead atop the conference standings after the first week of competition. Spring Grove has both the top-scoring boy and the top-scoring girl in the eight-team conference, where the Lions hold a commanding 460-point lead over second-place Leroy-Ostrander (1304.5 to 844.5). This was the first week of a five-week conference season.
  • Softball girls split tight games with Southland, Dover-Eyota
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team split a pair of games last week, starting with a 4-3 comeback victory at Southland on Tuesday, April 25. The Warriors dropped a hard-fought game at Dover-Eyota on Friday 9-7. The April 27 home game versus GMLOK was postponed by weather until May 12. The Warrior girls are 4-6 overall (4-3 TRC).
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