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  • Five Lions receive All-State, All-Area acclaim
    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.

  • Lion girls left behind by Superlarks, slip past Lancers
    The Spring Grove girls basketball team split a pair of games last week, the first of which saw the Lion offense go cold during a 59-36 loss at home on Dec. 7 to No. 19-ranked Grand Meadow. The Lions rode a lot of free throws to a non-conference road win at La Crescent the next night, 65-62. The Spring Grove girls are 3-1 on the season (3-0 SEC).

  • Lion girls start with two conference victories
    The Spring Grove Lions made it two-straight Southeast Conference wins at home to start the girls basketball season. The Lions never trailed in picking up a big SEC East Division win over Schaeffer Academy 63-54 on Nov. 28 and then ended the week with another SEC win over Lanesboro on Dec. 1, trailing only once during a 51-42 victory over a resilient Burro squad. With the two home wins, Spring Grove is 2-0 overall (2-0 SEC East).


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