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The Elk River boys defeated Spring Lake Park 10-2 on Tuesday evening on the Panthers’ rink. It was the first conference meeting between the Elks (4-1) and SLP (2-2), a newcomer in the Northwest Suburban Conference. The Elks reached double digits for the third straight game. Dylan Bouten knocke...Read More
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  The Zimmerman Thunder snapped a three-game skid beating the Mora Mustangs 64-49 in Mora on Tuesday evening. Taylor McEachern led the victory with 20 points. Zimmerman improved to 2-3 and Mora fell to 1-4. Zimmerman will host Milaca on Friday evening....Read More
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The Zimmerman Thunder picked up their first win, 50-40 over Rocori, sinking 19 of 33 free shots, at home Tuesday evening. Maddie Jacob netted 17 points for the Thunder (1-1). Alyssa Daugherty added 10, and Olea May 8. Jacob was 9-for-15 at the line and Daugherty 4-for-7. The Thunder made 21 steals, ...Read More
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The Eastview Lightning were too hot to handle for Rogers on Tuesday night, beating the Royals 80-64 in Apple Valley. Led by Drew Guebert with 25 points and Keegan Dickson with 18, the Lightning (4-1) shot 17-for-17 on free shots, 11-for-26 on three’s and 15-for-25 inside the arc. Allen Wilson,...Read More
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Hannah Sjerven dominated the lanes in a low-scoring game as the Rogers Royals beat St. Cloud Tech 56-38 in St. Cloud on Tuesday evening. The 6-foot-2 junior center notched 20 points and 9 rebounds. Forward Marina Nowak added 10 points. “We wanted to pound it inside all night, and that’s ...Read More
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  Junior center Trent Pink led with 18 points as the Elk River Elks turned back Anoka 61-38 at home Tuesday evening. The Elks (3-2) had 11 players score. Next were Zach Ernst and Zeke Delain with 8 each. For Anoka (0-5), Gunnar Ledin and Chase Thomas hit 14 points each. Elk River will play [......Read More
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Defending state champion Austin May of Zimmerman nabbed the 182-pound title and two teammates were runners-up at the Don Meyers Fridley Invitational on Saturday. In the season opener, the Thunder placed fifth among 12 teams, with Mound-Westonka placing first. May, ranked first at 182 pounds in Class...Read More
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