Anna Pipenhagen
Elk River’s senior battery of Anna Pipenhagen and Michaela Bruns finished their careers with a host of team records. Pipenhagen logged 43 wins, 14 shutouts and 472 strikeouts in her three years as No. 1 pitcher, ranking first all-time in all three. Bruns, a five-year starter, including three at ca...Read More
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Anna Pipenhagen of Elk River is one of seven finalists for the Ms. Softball award presented by Minnesota Minute Men. The senior pitcher and designated hitter posted a 12-4 record and 1.63 ERA this year with 145 strikeouts in 103 innings. She batted .448 with three homers, six doubles, a triple and 2...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports editor There’s been some concern on the Elk River softball team about a broken finger suffered by Anna Pipenhagen recently. That’s a minor injury for many athletes, but not for your ace pitcher, especially when your team is good enough to make another run at the s...Read More
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  Fourteen Elk River athletes signed national letters of intent on Wednesday, and a reception was held for them with parents and coaches at the school in the morning. Kaylee Forster signed with University of New Hampshire, becoming the eighth Elk girl to go Division I in hockey. All three Elk s...Read More
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Anna Pipenhagen twirled a six-hit shutout as Elk River softball picked up its first victory over  Champlin Park 1-0 Thursday  in Champlin. Pipenhagen, sophomore righthander, struck out six and walked just one, and the Elk defense made just one error. Her catcher, senior Bethani Athey, rapped two o...Read More
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Elk River is still looking for its first softball win after falling short at Centennial 3-2 on Wednesday. Anna Pipenhagen gave the Elks a good chance to win as she went seven innings, striking out 10, allowing seven hits. Cati Schroer of Centennial gave up nine hits but stranded most of them on base...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Elk River softball was no match for Park Center, the state Class 2A champion the last two years with its core still intact, on Thursday. Nicola Tade fired a two-hitter with 13 strikeouts as the Pirates, opening their season, rolled past the Elks 6-0 in Elk River...Read More
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