Sports
By Mason DeMorett Sports Writer The Caledonia Argus As the end of the year approaches, it’s good to look back at the success of the year for Warrior sports. In a town of just under 3,000 people, a person wouldn’t expect Caledonia to be so successful in sports, but they would be wrong. With athle...Read More
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By Mason DeMorett Sports Writer The Caledonia Argus The No. 3 ranked team in the state (5-1) picked up two wins in Caledonia last week. The Lewiston-Altura Cardinals were the first victim, falling 94-65 on Tuesday night. Freshman Owen King helped the Warriors take a 19-point, 44-23 halftime lead wit...Read More
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By Mason DeMorett Sports Writer The Caledonia Argus The girls’ basketball team (6-0) was on the road last week and picked up three big wins to stay unbeaten. On Tuesday they traveled to Lewiston-Altura and came back with a 75-24 win. The offense and defense were both working for the team, shooting...Read More
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By Mason DeMorett Sports Writer The Caledonia Argus The Warrior gymnastics team (1-3) was on the road last week for both of their meets. On Tuesday, they traveled to La Crescent to face the Lancers without one of their main varsity participants. The team still performed well, losing the match 126.47...Read More
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By Mason DeMorett Sports Writer The Caledonia Argus As I go to the sporting events and hear stories about others, I can’t help but notice the similarities between the four winter sports teams. The one similarity that stands out to me is the senior leadership. Each sport has their senior leaders an...Read More
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