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The Elk River wrestlers picked up two non-conference victories, 37-33 over Monticello and 39-30 over Princeton, in a triangular at Monticello. Against Monticello, the Elks got pins by Garrett Caldon, Cole Moening, Sam Gibas, Casey Schiltz and Brendan Simmonds, along with a decisions by Anthony Meist...Read More
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Andy Bronshteyn broke a pool diving record for the third straight meet and the Elk River swimmers stayed unbeaten with a 90-82 win over Champlin Park on Thursday evening at Champlin. Bronshteyn scored a personal-best 329.75 to topple a record set in 1997 by Champlin Park’s Dan Crosten, who sti...Read More
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Top-ranked Edina repeled an upset bid by Elk River by erupting for five goals in the third period to beat the Elks 6-3 on Friday evening at Braemar Arena. The Elks (7-3) are now 0-2 in the Edina Holiday Classic with section rival Grand Rapids still to play, on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. The Elks [...]...Read More
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The Rogers wrestlers beat longtime nemesis Monticello 36-29, winning the last three matches to pull it out, on Thursday evening. “Our record was 0-10 against them, and they haven’t been very close losses either,” said coach Chris Donnay. “We wrestled really well as a team....Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Elk River’s fortunes at the Edina Holiday Classic did not improve Thursday evening as the Elks lost to Eden Prairie 6-3 in the opening round of games at Braemar Arena. The Elks, who went 18-6 last year but 0-3 at the Edina event, have another daunting task...Read More
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The Rogers Royals dominated the flow of the game but had to scramble from behind to defeat Monticello-Annandale-Maple Lake 3-2 on Thursday evening in Monticello. Down 2-1 after two periods, the Royals snapped a three-game skid as Trent Fredrickson scored at 4:23 of the third and Sam Libke got the go...Read More
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  The Little Falls Flyers shut down the Zimmerman Thunder 65-37 on Thursday evening. With a gritty defense and a patient offense, the Flyers (4-2) were completely in control and nobody scored more than six points for the Thunder. Riley Loukinen scored 23 for the Flyers, including 17 in the firs...Read More
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