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Academic All-SEC: Zach Rains and Adin Solum
Academic All-SEC: Zach Rains and Adin Solum
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 12:50 PM
Folz, Bratland, Peterson receive all-star acclaim
  • Nerstad, Schuttemeier earn state baseball honor
    Folz, Bratland, Peterson receive all-star acclaim
  • Grand Meadow repeats, edges Randolph in Southeast Conference all-sports championships
    Grand Meadow, most renown for a fourth consecutive state football championship, also claimed for the second straight year the most Southeast Conference athletic championships in school year 2016-17. With 2 1/4 titles, the Superlarks edged out Randolph (2 titles) by the slimmest of margins. Randolph has been runner-up in all three years of conference membership.

  • Bergrud, Strinmoen pitch Spring Grove to holiday week wins
    Stellar pitching performances yielded baseball wins for the Spring Grove Junior Legion team and Little League boys during a week of limited action due to the holiday.

  • Grinde, Hermanson selected Spring Grove 2016-2017 Athletes of the Year
    The Spring Grove coaching staff has selected Chase Grinde the Lion Male Athlete of the Year and Kelsey Hermanson the Female Athlete of the Year. Both were honored and praised for their leadership on and off the playing fields as well as for their athletic achievement. Grinde was senior class president while Hermanson was class Vice-President.

  • Bergrud, Leahy toss one-hit shutout versus Falcons
    Chandler Bergrud and Payton Leahy combined to pitch a five-inning one-hit shutout of Fillmore Central/Lanesboro in Junior Legion (16 & Under) baseball on June 29.

  • Netters, basketball boys enjoy summer wins
    Many of the same Spring Grove girls who fell decisively to La Crosse Central on the basketball court Tuesday night whipped many of the same Red Raiders in volleyball one night later.

  • Hermanson, Reinhart are All-Three Rivers
    Six C/SG softball players receive honors
  • Spring Grove shooters excel again at state tournament
    The Spring Grove trap shooters put a solid wrap on an excellent spring season at the Minnesota State High School League Clay Target Tournament on June 24 in Prior Lake. Once again, the Lions proved themselves as the best team in Class A with a top-10 finish in the season finale. Spring Grove placed ninth among the 40 trap teams that had qualified for the MSHSL state championship tournament.

  • Boys upend Winona; girls edge Holmen
    There were wins and losses in off-season summer sports last week. Tuesday’s basketball highlights included the high school boys easing past Winona and the girls holding off Holmen.

  • Bergrud prevails in 10-inning pitchers' duel at St. Charles
    Chandler Bergrud went all 10 innings on the mound of a regularly scheduled seven-inning game, and Carter Bratland batted 3 for 4 before scoring the winning run as visiting Spring Grove finally put away St. Charles 3-2 in Junior Legion (16 & Under) baseball on June 19.

  • Fifth grade cagers finish third at state
    The fifth grade boys from Spring Grove (Section 2 champions) took third place among eight section champions at the Pacesetter State Tournament on Sunday, June 11, at Maple Grove. The Lions clobbered Bemidji 34-6 in the quarterfinal opener before falling in the semi-finals to eventual state champ Moose Lake/Willow River 33-17.

  • Spring Grove shooters are state champions!
    To say the Spring Grove Lions have had a great trap shooting season is a pretty big understatement. Their great season continued June 12 at the Minnesota Clay Target League State Tournament in Alexandria. Needless to say, the Lions kept their spectacular season going by winning the Class A State championship.

  • Melde voted MVP; Hermanson, Stemper, Reinhardt also honored
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove softball team finished the season with a 9-13 record (8-8, second in Three Rivers East). Warrior coach Shelly Anderson said, “We made some definite improvement throughout the year.” To celebrate the end of the season, the Warriors handed out team awards.

  • Boys break even while battling biggest and best
    The SG varsity boys (5-5) went from playing much larger schools in summer league to facing some of the best Class A clubs in Minnesota at the Breakdown Summer Showcase on June 18 at Hopkins High School. In that eight-team, small school tournament, the Lions met and fell to the eventual champion in the first round. SG handily won the next two games to place fifth with the consolation championship.

  • Bratland, Folz are All-SEC; Peterson also selected
    The Spring Grove Lions baseball team took a significant step forward in its second season as a stand-alone program. To prove that point, the team found itself in contention for a share of the Southeast Conference title going into the final day of the regular season schedule.

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