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Honorable Mention
Taylor Holty Honorable Mention
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Thursday, December 07, 2017 1:39 PM
Nine-Man state, section and sub-district champion Spring Grove placed five players on the All-District Football Team, including Back of the Year Alex Folz. Two other players are the All-District Honorable Mention. Zach Hauser was the Coach of the Year.

  • Folz is Back of the Year, seven Lions honored on All-District Team
    Nine-Man state, section and sub-district champion Spring Grove placed five players on the All-District Football Team, including Back of the Year Alex Folz. Two other players are the All-District Honorable Mention. Zach Hauser was the Coach of the Year.

  • 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).

  • Boys rebuild, open with state-ranked challenges
    The Spring Grove boys basketball team returns facing high expectations but likely with more question marks than they’ve seen in recent years. The team is in a bit of a rebuilding mode after losing seven seniors to graduation, including four starters, two All-SEC players, and one All-State standout.

  • Gymnasts start best on vault
    The Caledonia/Spring Grove/Houston gymnastics team came in seventh out of seven teams as the girls got the season started at the Byron Invitational. on Saturday, Dec. 2. But C/SG/H head coach Jess Wiese said it was a good start to what she thinks will be a good season for the Warriors.

  • State championship shutout! Spring Grove dominates title game, 32-0
    The Spring Grove Lions captured the state 9-Man football championship on Friday, Nov. 24, by beating Nevis 32-0 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The No. 1-ranked Lions ran the table on a perfect season, finishing 14-0, while No. 6-ranked Nevis finished 11-2.

  • Three returning starters, Lions seek return to the top
    The Spring Grove girls opened the basketball season (shortly after the press deadline) on Nov. 28 at home against Schaeffer Academy. Lanesboro comes to town on Friday, Dec. 1, before SG hosts Grand Meadow on Dec. 7 - a third straight conference home game.

  • Lions, Tigers tangle for state title Friday morning
    Either Spring Grove (13-0) or Nevis (11-1) will take home its first state football championship trophy after their 10 a.m. Prep Bowl clash this Friday, Nov. 24, in Minneapolis at U.S. Bank Stadium.

  • Defense stops the Storm as SG one win away from state championship
    For the first time ever, the Spring Grove football team will play for a state 9-Man championship after a 27-7 state semifinal win over Stephen-Argyle Central last Thursday at U.S. Bank Stadium in the Twin Cities. The Lions are 13-0 with one game left in the season, while S-A finished at 11-2.

  • Bohr again voted top award as Lions honor four teammates
    Lauryn Bohr received the top award for the second straight season as the Spring Grove volleyball team handed out team awards after another successful season under head coach Kelsey Morken.

  • Girls start basketball season Tuesday
    The Spring Grove girls open the 2017-18 basketball season with three home games followed by a trio of road contests. The lid-lifter is this coming Tuesday, Nov. 28, with SG hosting Schaeffer Academy. There will be no B-team game, but a 6 p.m. junior high contest will precede the 7:15 p.m. varsity tipoff.

  • SG faces Stephen-Argyle in state semi-final Thursday morning
    Spring Grove, enjoying its third trip to the state football tournament, lines up for the first time against Section 8 champion Stephen-Argyle Central in a state semi-final at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

  • State tourney starts with convincing victory over Verndale
    The No. 1-ranked Spring Grove Lions (12-0) advanced to the semifinal round of the state 9-Man football playoffs after a quarterfinal round win over No. 3-ranked Verndale (11-1) on a snowy Friday night in Buffalo by a score of 34-6. The Lions advance to play in the state semifinals in the home of the Vikings. They’ll face Stephen Argyle Central (10-1) on Thursday morning, Nov. 16, with kickoff at 11:30 a.m. in U.S. Bank Stadium.

  • Bohr voted Player of the Year in volleyball
    Lauryn Bohr made history this year as she was the first Lion in history selected as the Southeast Conference Player of the Year in volleyball after a vote of conference coaches.

  • Another rally, one-point win sends Lions to state
    SG comes back from two-TD deficit in fourth quarter
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