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The Rocori Spartans shut down the Zimmerman Thunder 55-37 on Tuesday evening in Cold Spring. Josh Olson hit 20 points and Cole Field 13 for the Spartans (4-2). Chandler Wellman tallied 13 for the Thunder (2-3). Zimmerman will host Little Falls on Thursday....Read More
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The Zimmerman wrestlers lost a conference match to Albany 33-31 on Tuesday evening, dropping to 0-2 in duals. The Thunder will wrestle at a Cass Lake-Bena tournament Friday and Saturday. Albany 33, Zimmerman 31 106—Nick Merta, Zim, won forfeit 113—Evan Carr, Zim, won forfeit 120—Lucas Womack, ...Read More
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The No. 5 ranked Minnetonka Skippers prevailed 95-90 in a shootout with the Rogers Royals on Tuesday evening in Rogers. Rogers led 50-46 at halftime, but Minnetonka sank their first five 3-pointers of the second half to regain the lead. It was back-and-forth until the end, with guard Amar Miller kee...Read More
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The Maple Grove Crimson defeated Elk River-Rogers-Zimmerman 133.65 to 128.425 in gymnastics on Friday evening. Allie Korbel won all-around and all four events for the Crimson. Placing second for the Elks were Krista Kovar on vault, Megan Schaeffer on bars and Katelyn Hagel on floor exercise. ERZ, no...Read More
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Four pins by Rogers helped the Royals keep their match close as they lost to Champlin Park 37-33 on Thursday evening. The Rebels won eight matches and Rogers (1-3) won five plus one default win. Rogers had four starters missing with various ailments, one more than in previous meets. Coach Chris Donn...Read More
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The Buffalo Bison, led by Gunnar Goodmanson with two goals and two assists, defeated the Rogers Royals 6-4 on Saturday evening in Buffalo. Jake Ramsey also had two goals for the Bison (3-4), who outshot the Royals 26-20. Trent Fredrickson notched two goals for Rogers (3-4) and Shane Smith and Brande...Read More
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Minnehaha Academy handed the Spectrum girls a 71-47 loss on Saturday, led by Megan Thurow with 23 points and Taytum Rhoades with 12. Rachel Goldsmith scored 14 points for the Sting (1-4). Noelle Diekman, Kately Bozich, and Brynne Bozich scored 8 each. Spectrum will play at St. Paul Harding on Friday...Read More
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St. Paul Academy stymied the Spectrum Sting boys 62-30 on Saturday in St. Paul. Dalante Payeton netted 22 points and Abdulsalan Osman added 15 for SPA (3-4). The Sting  (3-2) were led by Josiah Bondy and Martin Mayer with 8 each. SPA held Sting scoring leader Zach Knollenberg to 6 points. Spectrum ...Read More
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