Colfax Sports

Mounders survive softball battle with Vikes

Any time rivals clash, you can throw the records and predications right out the window. Colfax had just two conference wins when it welcomed second-place Elk Mound for a Dunn-St. Croix softball showdown last Thursday. The Mounders along with Boyceville are just a half game behind front-running Pepin/Alma in the championship chase.

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Viking girls take second at own track invite, boys 8th

COLFAX — Spearheaded by sophomore Kameri Meredith, who placed in three individual events including a first in the 100 meter high hurdles and the victorious 4×200 meter relay squad, the Lady Vikings finished as the runners-up a their own track and field invitational held last Tuesday. The Colfax girls churned up 71 points to place…

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Colfax SB spanks Mondovi, Spring Valley

The Vikings softball team had its offense in high gear last week for a games against conference foes Mondovi and Spring Valley. Sandwiched around its home duel with rival Elk Mound last Thursday, Colfax picked up a pair of convincing road wins. In one of the squad’s best overall performances of the season, Colfax pummeled…

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Colfax, EM golfers close out regular season

The Colfax and Elk Mound golf teams finished up the weather-shorten conference and regular seasons last week with a pair of Dunn-St. Croix meets this past week. Competing in Mondovi last Monday, May 7, both squads played a pair of 9-home meets at the Rolling Hills Golf Course in Durand. Although, Colfax showed considerable improvement…

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Colfax powerlifter signs letter of intent with Midland University

By LeAnn R. Ralph COLFAX  —  Colfax powerlifter Mikaela Leibfried has signed a letter of intent to attend Midland University with a $25,000 per year scholarship. Leibfried and her parents, Kim and Wade Leibfried, signed the letter of intent at Colfax High School May 9 with an audience of family, friends, news media and other…

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Viking, Mounder golfers have busy week

By Shawn DeWitt Both the Colfax and Elk Mound boys’ golf teams have shown strides of improvement but unfortunately that hasn’t shown on the scoreboard. Elk Mound finished fifth and Colfax sixth in all three Dunn-St. Croix meets last week as neither squad has been able to drop below the 200-stroke mark in the team…

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