Last Thursday night was a success for all 5 of the Chargers Volleyball teams (7, 8, C, JV, V) when they hosted Warroad in Grygla.
Coach Katelyn Tharaldson said, “I am so proud of all the hard work these girls have been doing and tonight it showed. This was a huge game for us and we pulled off a...
Last week, the 2017 Chargers volleyball team debuted on the court with a couple of home games in Goodridge that resulted in two big wins for the varsity team and new head coach, Katelyn Tharaldson!
August 28th vs. WAO in Goodridge
GG over WAO in 3 (25-19, 25-12, 25-20)
Ace Assists: Mercedes Coan-7...
A few teams from the Goodridge/Grygla area headed to Grand Forks last weekend to participate in the annual Grand Am Basketball tourney.
The team won their 1st game, but lost the other two. Opponents included the Wahpeton Huskies and the Devils Lake Bucks!
The Goodridge/Grygla Chargers girls basketball season came to an end last week when the team lost to Warren/Alvarado/Oslo in Goodridge on Thursday night. The final score of the game was GG 29, WAO 50.
Varsity Head Coach, Elroy Johnsrud, said of the game, “WAO came out and played a good game. They...
Last week held two home games for the boys basketball team with one being in Goodridge vs. Clearbrook/Gonvick and the other being in Grygla vs. Kittson County Central. Both games were victories, which brought the team’s current record to 13-6.
This week’s schedule includes a game on Tuesday,...
The Chargers girls basketball team is sitting with a record of 8-11 going into the week of February 6th. Last week, the girls took to the road to play BGMR and also hosted their Parent’s Night later in the week with a game against Sacred Heart in Goodridge. Both games were a loss for the team.
The Grygla Iron Chargers attended the MN State VEX Robotics Tournament in St. Cloud, MN, last weekend. Even though they didn’t qualify for the World Champions like they have the last four years, advisor Isaac Kvasager says it was the best year yet. “This was arguably our best year as a team in...
The 24th Annual Grygla Cup was held on Saturday, February 4th, at the Brian W. Olson Memorial Arena. Taking home the first place trophy for the 12th consecutive year was the Grygla Flames team.
The boys basketball team held Parent’s Night last Thursday evening in Grygla. The Chargers hosted Roseau and won in an exciting and intense DOUBLE OVERTIME! The final score was 83-78. Seniors and their parents were honored prior to the game.
The Boys basketball team played in the holiday tournament last week at Northland Community & Technical College in Thief River Falls. The weather hindered the schedule with games having to be cancelled and reschedule, but ultimately all games were played and the Chargers won the Consolation...