Elk River girls had two first-places and placed fourth among eight teams at the Cambridge-Isanti Invitational on Saturday. Using true-team scoring, the standings were Anoka 837, Sartell-St. Stephen 797, Cambridge-Isanti 754.5, Elk River 664, Buffalo 474, North Branch 431, Mora 390.5 and Esko 343. An...Read More
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by Jim Boyle Editor Elk River High School fielded its first two girls bowling teams, and one of them is competing at state today, April 25. Elk River Black enters the tournament ranked 12th in the state The team took second in the Metro West Conference and were conference tournament runner-up, accor...Read More
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• Thunder students go with ‘Bright Lights, Big City’ theme for their 2015 event Story by Debbie Griffin and photos by Griffin and Erik Jacobson Juniors and seniors of Zimmerman High School stepped into the “Bright Lights, Big City” theme April 18, beginning with the 4 p.m. Grand March in ...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports Editor Jordan Haack, who made the front page of this paper recently as a state champion in mathematics and is tied for top GPA in his class, graces the sports pages, too, as a pretty good tennis player. The 6-foot, 155-pound senior is 14-2 at No. 3 singles for Elk River, [......Read More
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  Elk River-Rogers-Zimmerman picked up its first win in five games, after coming close several times, outscoring Centennial 17-12 at home on Thursday evening. “We had a good game,” said coach Stephanie Anderson. “We’ve had chances to win other games; they just didn’...Read More
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The Rogers golfers placed fourth in a five-team Mississippi 8 West meet on Thursday, shooting 372, at Buffalo. Megan Secrist placed fifth with 85. Syd Clark had 94, Julianna Kiesner 96 and Kayla Larson 97. Buffalo was team winner and had the medalist, Kristen Olson with 78. The next Rogers meet is t...Read More
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