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Tigers 90  RRC 32 Springfield opened their season with a 90-32 blowout win over Red Rock Central at home Tuesday night. The Tigers put it on the Falcons right out of the gate, forcing turnovers and building a commanding 61-16 lead at the end of the first half. Springfield took their foot off the...
Tiger Wrestling Front row: Sam Rummel, Gabe Weber, Easton Johnson, Kody Bast, Dalton Langseth, Wyatt Schmidt, and Mitchell Streich. Middle row: Damian Honeman, Joe Jensen,   Colin Moudry, Tori Helget, Owen Bertram,  Joe Anderson, Andrew Manko, and Alex Moudry. Back row: Coach Bertram, Coach Lamont, Ashtin Johnson, Danny Bryer, Ethan Langseth, Shane Clemon, Ashton Danielson, Mason Rummel, Kadin Johnson, Coach Dunn, and Coach Amsden.
Springfield High School will once again have its own Tiger wrestling squad this season after being co-oped with River Valley the past few years.  Head Coach Todd Bertram and Assistant Coach Luke Amsden recruited twenty-three wrestlers to be on the local team.  The team began practices November 18....
Tiger boys start basketball practice with Head Coach Lance Larson and Assistant Coaches Mike Vogel, Paul Arnoldi, Mark Buerkle and Adam Meyer.
With fall sports wrapped up, it is time to think about winter sports at Springfield HIgh School.  Head Coach Lance Larson and Assistant Coaches Mike Vogel, Paul Arnoldi, Mark Buerkle and Adam Meyer began Tiger varsity boys basketball practice last week.  With 14 returning players, the team will...
Girls basketball start practice for this season with Head Coach Dillon Schultz and Assistant Coaches Mike Kelly and Brent Haseleu.
Athletes at Springfield High School are gearing up for the winter sports season.  Head Coach Dillon Schultz and Assistant Coaches Mike Kelly and Brent Haseleu started practice with the varsity girls basketball team on November 12 in anticipation of their first game of the season on November 26. ...
Mason Rummel in the 1st quarter with a run for hard fought yards on Tigers first possession.
The Springfield Tigers went one-and-done in the Class A State Tournament, getting thumped 42-20 by the Blooming Prairie Awesome Blossoms Saturday in Janesville.  The loss ended the Tigers season with a 10-1 record.   See complete story and more sports stories and pictures in this week's issue of...
Decker Scheffler rushed 27 yards in the Section 3A Championship game.
Springfield showed guts, grit and a winner’s mentality as they pulled out a last minute 23-21 win over Martin County West in the Section 3A championship game at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall Friday.  The Tigers found themselves in both familiar and unchartered territory as a...
Springfield-Cedar Mountain cross country placed three runners on the Tomahawk Conference All-Academic Team. From the girls squad, Violet Hovland and Lilly McCone earned All-Academic honors, and on the boys team Mitchell Buerkle earned a spot. In order to receive All-Academic honors, a runner must...
Front: Jackson Hillesheim, Paulina Gregg, Jillian Mays, Alexis Griffis, Matthew Groebner, Daveon Facile; Middle: Emma Sullivan, Kendall Kelly, Emmie McCone, Lilly McCone, Helen O’Callaghan, Violet Hovland, Marissa Pabst, Miranda Groebner, Layla Schwarzrock, Coach Danielle Weiss; Back: Coach Luke Amsden, Noah Vogel, Carter Hillesheim, Mavrick Winkelmann, Noah Richert, Mitchell Buerkle, James Coffland, Zak Hensch, Nick Peterson, Lucas Hensch, Ben Potter
It was Tiger Tuesday as the Springfield-Cedar Mountain cross country teams took home some hardware at the Tomahawk Conference meet in Winthrop. The girls team repeated as conference champions for the second year in a row, putting up 36 points and edging second place Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop by one...
Tiger Ivan Hovland led the Tigers with 16 tackles and 1 pass deflection against Adrain.
Tigers 20  Adrian 7 For those who like watching penalty free, up and down football, this was not the game for you as Springfield handled Adrian 20-7 on the road Thursday night. In a game laced with clock filling offense and yellow flags, the Tigers took an instant lead and never looked back. ...
Tiger Nolan Hovland intercepts for a touchdown!
Tigers 55    Sleepy Eye 8 Domination was the word of the night as the Springfield Tigers rolled through Brown County rival Sleepy Eye 55-8 at home Friday night.  The No. 7 ranked Tigers took control of the game early and built a huge first half lead on their way to a 47-point blowout win—a...

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