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  Ben Johnson pitched six strong innings as the Elk River Elks beat the Princeton Tigers 3-1 in a night game Tuesday in Princeton. Johnson struck out five and gave up five hits, two walks and one unearned run. Austin Heuer pitched a scoreless seventh for the save. Andy Vail was 3-for-4 for the ...Read More
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  Elk River opened its bid for a ninth straight state trip in tennis with a 7-0 victory over St. Francis at home on Tuesday. And now the Elks will have a chance to win a section championship at home for the first time. Elk River will host the rest of the sectionals, including singles [...]...Read More
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Five Elk River athletes scored points in the first day of the Northwest Suburban Conference track meet on Monday in Irondale. In finals held Monday, eighth-grader Annica Carr placed third in the 3200 with 12:04 and senior Ali Manthey was seventh in 12:18. Manthey ran in the slow heat but “ran ...Read More
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Elk River softball is seeded sixth in Section 7AAA and will open with a home game Tuesday against No. 11 North Branch at 4:30 p.m. That will be one of four sudden-death games Tuesday, with the winners advancing to double-elimination starting Saturday at Forest Lake. The winner of Elk River (11-8) vs...Read More
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  Elk River-Rogers-Zimmerman lost a conference match to Andover 15-11 at home Monday evening. Scoring two goals each were Alleah Balzer, Katelyn Gfroerer, and Raelyn Korinek. Notching one each were Annie Dalton, Alexandra Gallus, Mikayla Knudson, Reilly Springman and Ellie Yonak. ERZ (4-8) will...Read More
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Elk River placed third among 14 teams at the Duluth Invitational on Saturday.  Morgan Bleyhl, Samantha Lindeen and Alexa Filipiak all shot 84’s and Grace O’Konek had 95 as the Elks totaled 347, finishing behind top-ranked Edina (321) and Woodbury. The Elks have a conference match at Ano...Read More
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  Elk River lost its final conference game to Totino-Grace 6-5 at home on Friday evening. Ben Johnson belted a two-run homer in the first inning, his first career homer at any level, and finished 3-for-4. A.J. Overton took the loss, allowing six runs in five innings. Kyle Ziemer finished with t...Read More
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