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Chase Grinde scores during sub-section championship game. Photo by S. Lee Epps
Chase Grinde scores during sub-section championship game. Photo by S. Lee Epps
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 1:28 PM
Chase Grinde has been named for the second straight season to an All-State basketball team and has also received All-Area recognition.
  • Grinde again garners state recognition
    Chase Grinde has been named for the second straight season to an All-State basketball team and has also received All-Area recognition.
  • Hermanson, Bohr receive All-Area honor
    Two Spring Grove girls - senior Kelsey Hermanson and junior Lauryn Bohr - received Honorable Mention on the 2017 Rochester Post Bulletin All-Area Basketball Team.
  • Folz tabbed one of state's best young baseball players
    Alex Folz was featured as one of the top 25 underclassmen in Minnesota High School baseball in Breakdown's preseason publication. Underclassmen are defined by being younger than seniors or juniors. Folz is a 5-foot-10, 190-pound sophomore who can be used as a pitcher or catcher or shortstop or outfielder.
  • State experience encourages shooters
    Among the state’s 86 Class A clay target shooting teams, the 2016 Spring Grove Lions were one of only 11 teams to qualify for the state tournament. At state, the Lions were the highest finisher out of the Class A teams, 19th overall out of the 38 teams that represented all classes (1A through 8A). 
  • Pitching rule promotes protection of high school arms
    There is a segment of baseball fans in America who’ve watched the game for a long time, and they may feel one of the changes that have not been positive for the game is the pitch count. Major league baseball pitchers aren’t known for pitching as late into ballgames as they have in the past, due in part to a pitch count.
  • Girls grab second conference win
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team picked up a Three Rivers Conference road win at Rushford-Peterson on Tuesday, April 11, by a score of 7-3. That came one day after a home game with Plainview-Elgin-Millville was postponed and rescheduled for May 8. 
  • Big inning, pitching lifts Lions to victory against Wolverines
    The Spring Grove baseball team had its first game of the season postponed against Mabel-Canton on Tuesday, April 4, but finally hit the field on Friday at Glenville versus Glenville-Emmons/Alden-Conger, coming away with a 9-2 win. It was the season opener for both teams.
  • Girls grab one win during challenging early schedule
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team lost its first game of the week to Winona Cotter 10-0 on Tuesday, April 4. The team then snapped a two-game skid with the season’s first victory over La Crescent in a slugfest. The two teams combined for 30 runs as C/SG won the game 17-13 on April 6, a much-need offensive outburst for a young team that was shut out in the first two contests.
  • Boys sweep speed relays; Schieber paces C/SG girls
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove boys and girls track teams were home for their only meet of the week last Friday, April 7. The Warrior boys finished in third place among five teams, and the C/SG girls were fourth as both squads saw some good competition, especially from just over the border. La Crosse Central took first by significant margins in both the boys and girls team standings. 
  • Grinde, Jaster are repeat winners; Schuttemeier, Myrah also honored
    The Spring Grove boys basketball Most Valuable Player award goes to Chase Grinde for an unprecedented fourth year in a row. Jordan Jaster was chosen the Lion Award winner for his third year. Noah Myrah was chosen the Most Improved Player while. Brock Schuttemeier took home this season’s Hustle Award.
  • Lion optimism supported by pitching, experience
    The Spring Grove baseball team is officially back as a complete member of the Southeast Conference this season, its second season as a standalone baseball team since reinstating the program for the first time since 2009.
  • Tough opening task for C/SG against Lourdes
    “We are a work in progress.” That’s how Caledonia/Spring Grove softball coach Michelle Anderson described her team after a tough five-inning loss via the 10-run rule to Rochester Lourdes 12-0 in the season opener on Thursday, March 30. The non-conference game was played indoors under the bubble on the Rochester Community and Technical College.
  • Hermanson voted MVP; Solum, Gavin, Edgington also honored
    The Spring Grove girls basketball team recently finished up another successful season at 15-11 (Southeast Conference East Division runner-up at 9-5), their 10th straight winning season. To celebrate the end of the season, they handed out team awards, which are voted on by the players themselves. 
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