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Spring Grove girls celebrate their third championship at the annual Waukon Volleyball Tournament. Submitted photo
Spring Grove girls celebrate their third championship at the annual Waukon Volleyball Tournament. Submitted photo
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Wednesday, September 20, 2017 3:28 PM
The Spring Grove Lion volleyball team is already up to double figures in wins after a busy week. The Lions started last week with a 3-0 win (25-18, 25-11, 25-16) at home on Sept. 12 against Houston. Spring Grove hit the road for a 3-1 (15-25, 25-19, 25-17, 25-15) Thursday victory at Lyle Pacelli.

  • Winona/Root River chapter hosts Pheasants Forever Youth Hunt
    Some new pheasant hunters were created last Saturday at the Drift Shooting Preserve west of Rushford. 
  • No. 1 SG lashes Lanesboro, faces No. 1 Houston next
    The Spring Grove Lions won their Homecoming matchup against Lanesboro on Friday by a score of 60-14.

  • FC volleyball adds two wins to remain tied for lead in conference
    The Fillmore Central volleyball team got a 3-0 win over La Crescent and a hard-fought 3-2 win over a stubborn Kingsland team last week.  
  • Falcons down Rebels, 38-7 as momentum builds
    The Fillmore Central football team started out slow, zero points in the first quarter, but built up some steam.
  • M-C girls go 5-3, suffer first defeat
    The Mabel-Canton volleyball team is coming off its busiest week of the season, if not the entire year. The state-ranked No. 7 Cougars played three regular-season matches and then five tournament contests against very good competition over the weekend.
  • Burro girls win three on way to tourney title match
    The Lanesboro volleyball team is coming off one of its busiest weeks of the season. 
  • Lady Knights win two, face tough schedule this week
    The Kingsland volleyball team got a three-set non-conference win over Lyle/Pacelli, 25-17, 25-20, 25-17 Monday of last week and then on Thursday the girls repeated the 3-0, this time against Three Rivers Conference foe Dover-Eyota, 25-8, 25-19, 25-20. 
  • Knights have busy week on volleyball court
    The Kingsland volleyball team last week had dual meets on Tuesday and Thursday and a tournament over the weekend. 
  • Fillmore Central loses in final seconds against R-P
    Rushford-Peterson scored on its first and last possessions of the game, the latter coming with just 16.2 seconds left in the game, giving the Trojans a 14-7 win over our Fillmore Central Falcons last Friday night.
  • Girls capture net tourney title plus two conference matches
    The Spring Grove Lion volleyball team is already up to double figures in wins after a busy week. The Lions started last week with a 3-0 win (25-18, 25-11, 25-16) at home on Sept. 12 against Houston. Spring Grove hit the road for a 3-1 (15-25, 25-19, 25-17, 25-15) Thursday victory at Lyle Pacelli.

  • Kingsland runners showing improvement
    “At Thursday's Hayfield meet the team looked more relaxed and comfortable running than they did the week before,” said Kingsland cross-country coach Erin Milz.
  • R-P football crunches Kingsland
    The Trojans graduated a ton of talent from last year’s state runner-up squad, but that didn’t stop R-P from trouncing Kingsland 58-0 last Friday night.
  • Lady Knights go 4-3 at Mabel-Canton tournament
    The Kingsland volleyball team opened the 2017 campaign with a three set loss to neighboring Grand Meadow in a close contest and then went 4-3 in a tournament at Mabel-Canton Saturday.
  • 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).

  • Memorial golf tournament held in honor of Caleb Eide

    If there are holes in the floor of heaven, Caleb Eide would have a nine-iron or a putter.

    “The Lanesboro Golf Course hosts an annual child-adult tournament, and it was an event that Caleb looked forward to every year. A tournament similar to the Lanesboro one is something Caleb had wanted to see come to life in Chatfield since the day we moved here,” shared Crystal Eide, speaking of her late son’s passion for the golf greens and the upcoming second annual Caleb Eide Memorial Golf Tournament.

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