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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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The Rogers Royals got several timely hits on the way to a 9-3 win over Park Center on Friday evening. Shane Smith socked a two-run triple, Jordan Bond delivered a two-run single, and Drew Sagehorn drove home runs with a single and double. Bond also had a sacrifice fly for three RBI’s. Ryan Gra...Read More
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A five-run burst with two outs in the second inning helped the Zimmerman Thunder beat Cambridge-Isanti 7-3 on Friday at home. “Good pitching and good defense, with a couple of nice innings at bat, allowed us to play loose and focused,” said coach Chris Riley. In the second, Dane Werner w...Read More
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The Rogers tennis team’s dual meet season ended with a 6-1 loss to Anoka on Wednesday in the first round of sectionals. The Royals had a 6-12 record. Cory Penick and Thomas Lloyd won their match at No. 1 doubles 7-6, 6-2. Losing close matches were Nate Puetz at 4-singles, Reed Kolles/Nolan Mur...Read More
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On a cold, wet day for golfing, the Rogers ECgirls placed ninth of 18 teams at the St. Cloud Invitational on Thursday. Pequot Lakes won with 316 and Buffalo’s Madi Jewell shot 68 for the medal. Rogers had 369, with Megan Secrist shooting 90, Emma Mckeon 91, Emma Kangas 92, and Hannah Stolba 96...Read More
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The Zimmerman Thunder have closed the regular season with four straight wins, with Ashley Pool drilling nine hits and pitching two of the victories. The Thunder will take an 11-8 record into playoffs Friday. Seeded No. 4 in their sub-section, they will host Dassel-Cokato at 4:30 p.m. Closing their G...Read More
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Rogers tied for fifth place among 18 teams with a respectable 332 at the 46th annual Apollo Invitational on Wednesday. “The boys played pretty decent golf, considering the toughness of the top tier course, in gusty conditions,” noted coach Dan Bursheim. “We struggled with hitting ...Read More
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