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Mariah Edgington goes up to block attack from Mabel-Canton’s Dakota Delaney. Photo by Jon Speltz
Mariah Edgington goes up to block attack from Mabel-Canton’s Dakota Delaney. Photo by Jon Speltz
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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 3:26 PM
The Spring Grove volleyball team was runner-up in a strong showing at the Mabel-Canton Labor Day Tournament on Sept. 2 before going 1 for 2 in regulation best-of-five conference matches last week.

  • SG girls battle M-C 'til the end after strong tourney effort, win over Lanesboro
    The Spring Grove volleyball team was runner-up in a strong showing at the Mabel-Canton Labor Day Tournament on Sept. 2 before going 1 for 2 in regulation best-of-five conference matches last week.

  • Lions are 2-0 after road rout of Lyle/Pacelli
    Editor’s note: This online article contains additional information and complete statistics that were not in the print edition.

  • Stunning rally leads Spring Grove to 52-51 overtime victory against Cleveland/IL
    Editor’s note: This online article has information, quotes and complete stats that were not in the print edition.

  • The Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston boys soccer team dropped a trio of games last week, falling to Plainview-Elgin-Millville 11-0 on Tuesday, Sept. 12, and Winona Cotter 10-0 on Thursday, Sept. 14. The Warrior boys then dropped a home match against Schaeffer Academy on Saturday by a score of 8-0. The Warriors are 0-4 on the season going into a busy schedule this week.

  • The Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston girls soccer team dropped a couple of games last week against some good competition. The Warriors lost at Plainview-Elgin-Millville on Tuesday, Sept. 5 by an 11-2 score before opening the season at home two nights later, dropping a hard-fought game against Winona Cotter 3-1. The C/SG/H girls are 0-3 on the season.

  • The school superintendents of the Southeast Conference have voted to accept the application for membership of Kingsland High School. The Knights will begin competition in the SEC a year from now in the 2018-2019 school year.

  • Lions go to 3-0 with straight sets versus Cardinals, Rockets
    The Spring Grove volleyball team made it two road wins in a row to start the season after a 3-0 win (25-15, 25-10, 25-14) at LeRoy-Ostrander on Tuesday, Aug. 29. The Lions’ win was their ninth in a row against the Cardinals. Spring Grove made it three wins in a row as they took their home opener two nights later against Randolph 3-0 (25-17, 25-10, 26-24). Spring Grove is 3-0 (3-0 SEC East), while the Rockets fall to 2-1 (2-1 SEC West).

  • Sanness makes move from intramurals to varsity
    Spring Grove High School has had its share of athletes move on to play sports at the next level. This is the final of four installments this year about college athletes and features Tanner Sanness.

  • Lions face Athletics in away game after marquee matchup
    The 2017 football season began with a highly anticipated faceoff last Friday as Cleveland/Immanuel Lutheran made the long trip to Spring Grove.

  • The first few games of the season have been challenging for the young Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston boys soccer team. The Warrior boys fell to Winona 13-0 on Aug. 29 in their first home game of the season, dropping their record to 0-2. Head coach Dan McGonigle said the team played very well in stretches but made some key mistakes against a very good opponent.

  • The Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston girls soccer team kicked off its season on the road at Winona, dropping the match 4-0. The Warrior girls played well defensively as they fell to 0-1 on the season.

  • The Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston boys soccer team showed its inexperience in a 12-0 loss to Aquinas.
  • Schuttemeier tackled college classes, running backs
    Playing college sports is something not many high school athletes get to do. This third of four installments features Brady Schuttemeier, one of three former Spring Grove High School athletes on the college gridiron last fall.

  • There’s no question that last year was challenging for the Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston girls soccer team. An 0-16 season is tough on everybody. Head coach Chris Jandt returns for another season at the top of the program and said it’s time to take that experience and use it going into this season.

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