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Elk River lost to Class A power Blake 6-1 while beating two strong Class 2A teams, Mahtomedi and Eagan, each 4-3, at the Eagan tournament on Saturday. The Elks (12-2) will host Maple Grove on Monday in a duel that decided the conference title last year (Maple Grove won) and likely will again this ye...Read More
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The Spectrum baseball team picked up its first win 19-9 over Brooklyn Center at home Saturday morning. The Sting (1-3) had 19 hits in five innings. Connor Hansen was 4-for-5 (two runs, three RBI), Thomas Ogren 3-for-3 (two doubles, three runs, three RBI), and Ryan Pribnow 3-for-4 (double, two runs, ...Read More
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Christopher Udalla of Elk River was named field events MVP as the Elk boys placed third among 14 teams at the Lakeville North Invitational on Saturday. The Elk girls, not at full strength, took 14th among 16 teams. Udalla, a sophomore, won the triple jump with 42-10 and was fourth in high jump with ...Read More
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Elk River took a drubbing on Saturday, losing to the Osseo Orioles 11-0 at home. “Our hitters weren’t ready to hit. We didn’t make plays. We’ve got a lot to work on,” said coach Ryan Holmgren, adding that the Elks gave up seven unearned runs. “In their seven-run i...Read More
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The Zimmerman Thunder lost to Maple Lake 13-3 on Friday. The Irish got seven runs in the third on three walks, three singles and a homer. Zimmerman (2-4) had just two hits, a double by Mack Riley and infield single by Joe Loija. The Thunder will play at Mora on Tuesday....Read More
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The Elk River golfers placed seventh among 32 teams at the Coon Rapids Invitational on Thursday. With each player shooting 27 holes, but throwing out the worst nine round, the Elks had Jason Peterson with 76 and Garrett Turnacliff, Nick Perbix and Riley Johnson with 80’s. “We had a prett...Read More
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The Little Falls Flyers handed the Zimmerman Thunder two losses, 13-3 and 5-1, on Thursday in Zimmerman. The Flyers (3-2) got a two-run homer from the second batter of the game and ruled the rest of the day. Pitching the first game for the Thunder were Mitchell Mossman (4 1/3 innings, eight runs) an...Read More
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