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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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Katelyn Kemmetmueller dominated with her arm and bat as the Rogers Royals trounced the Princeton Tigers 15-1 on Thursday in Princeton. The junior right-hander stuck out 11 in six innings and allowed just two hits while banging out four hits herself, going 4-for-4 with a home run and five RBI’s...Read More
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The Rogers tennis team picked up its first win, 7-0, over North Branch, in a conference match Monday. The Royals (1-3) had lost to St. Cloud Cathedral 6-1, Anoka 5-2 and Monticello 6-1 previously. They will play at Delano on Monday.   Rogers 7, North Branch 0 SINGLES (1) Cory Penick, Rog, def N...Read More
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The Rogers girls golf team placed fifth in the 10-team St. Michael-Albertville Invitational on Tuesday. Megan Secrist led Rogers with 88, placing eighth, followed by Syd Clark with 93, Haylee Fingalsen 98, and Paetyn Levis 98. STMA won the meet at Cedar Creek course in Albertville with 361, followed...Read More
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Ryan Grauf belted a three-run homer and two doubles as the Rogers Royals defeated Buffalo 9-3 at home on Monday. Mike Terres (1-1) was winning pitcher and went 3-for-3 with a double, walk, and RBI. He pitched five innings, yielding four hits and three runs, striking out four. Buffalo took a 2-0 lead...Read More
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The Rogers girls golf team placed 10th of 18 teams at the Monticello Invitational on Monday. St. Francis was team champion with 354 and had the medalist, Kalley Wagner with 82. Rogers scored 389. Megan Secrist shot 94, Paetyn Levis 97, Sydney Clark 98, and Kayla Larson, 100. Conditions were sunny bu...Read More
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Olivia Olson was sorely missed by the Rogers softball team last year even though they went 20-3. A promising starter as a freshman, she missed the 2014 season with an injury from hockey. “It’s good to have her back; she’s one of that strong junior group I’ve got,” said ...Read More
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In a game with only six hits, including a homer by each side, the Rogers Royals topped Chisago Lakes 4-2 at home Friday. Rogers sophomore Melea Bruns threw a two-hitter with eight strikeouts and one walk, getting the win over Chisago Lakes’ Alex Smith, who allowed four hits and two walks, and ...Read More
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