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Jared Goldsmith gets a takedown for the Gophers vs. St. Charles. SAM CLEMENS/CHATFIELD NEWS
Jared Goldsmith gets a takedown for the Gophers vs. St. Charles. SAM CLEMENS/CHATFIELD NEWS
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Tuesday, January 20, 2015 10:16 AM

This past weekend the Chatfield wrestling team got third place in the Stillwater Pony Stampede Tournament. 

  • Chatfield girls improve to 15-1

    The Chatfield girls picked up two more wins this past week over Fillmore Central (62-35) and La Crescent (61-35), improving their record to 15-1,10-1 in the Three Rivers Conference. 

     
  • Boys even record at 6-6 in Three Rivers

    This past week, the Chatfield boys basketball team split a pair of conference games, downing Fillmore Central 63-55 on Tuesday and losing to La Crescent 63-51 on Friday.  With the split, the guys record is now 6-6 in the Three Rivers Conference, and 8-10 overall.

     
  • Goldsmith gets 100th win as  wrestlers take third at Stillwater

    This past weekend the Chatfield wrestling team got third place in the Stillwater Pony Stampede Tournament. 

     
  • Chatfield girls improve to 13-1

    The Chatfield girls basketball team picked up a pair of Three Rivers Conference wins last week over Lewiston-Altura (77-32) and Rushford-Peterson (60-52), improving to 8-1 in Three Rivers Conference play, and 13-1, overall. 

     
  • Wrestlers split in triangular, face St. Charles Thursday, at Stillwater Saturday

    Last Friday, the Chatfield Gophers hosted Dover-Eyota and Plainview-Elgin-Millville for a triangular wrestling meet.  The grapplers got a win over PEM, 34-27, but lost to the Eagles, 38-25. 

     
  • Chatfield boys beat Lewiston-Altura, lose to #4 ranked Trojans

    Chatfield’s boys basketball team downed Lewiston-Altura, but also lost to Rushford-Peterson, ranked fourth in the state, last week.

     
  • The Chatfield wrestling team made its annual trek up to Farmington and came away with second place, losing to the host Tigers in the championship match, 42-33, in the dual meet tournament. 

     
  • Over the Christmas break, the Chatfield boys basketball team went 1-2, losing to Cannon Falls (66-56) and Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta (75-64) in the Annandale Tournament, and downing North Branch (64-46) at home this past Saturday.

     
  • Girls extend winning streak to seven

    With three wins over the Christmas holiday, the Chatfield girls have now won seven in a row since suffering their only loss of the season to Dover-Eyota on Dec. 9. The three latest wins came against Moose Lake/Willow River (63-38), Annandale (72-59) and North Branch (64-58).

     
  • Boys basketball: Coach pleased with play against No. 3 Caledonia

    “We played a pretty good game against a very good team,” said head Chatfield boys basketball coach Tom Bance about the 59-47 loss to No. 3 ranked Caledonia last week.  “We cut it (the lead) to six with about 4:30 to play in the game, but they made some big plays and held on.  We did a nice job defensively.”

     
  • Wrestlers take second at FCLMC tournament

    The Chatfield wrestling team narrowly missed the first place trophy as it finished second in the FCLMC holiday tournament in Harmony last Saturday. 

     
  • The Chatfield girls basketball team picked up a pair of Three River Conference wins last week over St. Charles (63-47) and Cotter (59-41).  The team is now 7-1, overall, and 5-1 in Three River Conference play.

     
  • Boys win two out of three as  team gets another player back

    The Chatfield boys basketball team last week won two games and lost one, giving the Goophers a record of 5-5, 4-3 in the Three Rivers Conference.

     
  • Gals rebound from D-E loss to down No. 1 PEM

    After a disappointing 72-62 loss to No. 7 Dover-Eyota on Tuesday night, the Chatfield girls basketball team rebounded with an exciting 60-58 win over the No. 1 ranked Plainview-Elgin-Millville Bulldogs this past Friday. 

     
  • Guys split a pair of TRC games

    This past week the Chatfield boys basketball team split a pair of Three Rivers Conference games, losing to Dover-Eyota (73-46) on Tuesday, and downing Plainview-Elgin-Millville (68-60) on Friday.

     
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