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Elk River’s new boys golf coach is Phil Johnson, retired biology teacher, ERHS Hall of Famer, and longtime assistant. Activities director Mike Cunningham announced that Johnson, 61, will succeed Dave Conley, another retired teacher who resigned last summer. Conley coached six state tournament ...Read More
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Softball RECORD — 7-3 conf., 16-6 overall ALL-CONFERENCE — Anna Pipenhagen (sr P), Michaela Bruns (sr C), Courtney Jensen (sr 1B) … Honorable mention: Jessica Neuman (sr 2B), Ali Krohn (jr 3B), Jayme Langbehn (so CF) ALL-SECTION — Pipenhagen, Bruns STATE HONORS — Ms. Softball finalist: Pip...Read More
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Softball RECORD — 12-0 conf., 20-3 overall ALL-CONFERENCE — Madi Anderson (sr 2B), Madie Mikolich (jr C), Katelyn Kemmetmueller (so P-SS), Emily Hanford (so 1B), Elli Anderson (so 3B), Melea Bruns (fr P-SS) … Honorable mention: Madelyn Thiebault (so OF), Kaitlynn Lloyd (fr) ALL-SECTION — Mik...Read More
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Elk River’s boys golf season ended at Section 7AAA on Monday as they had no state qualifiers. Riley Johnson shot 77, Jason Peterson 78, Garrett Turnacliff 80, and Joey Martin 80, for a team total of 315, which was “somewhere in the middle of the pack,” said coach Dave Conley. It...Read More
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The Rogers boys golf season ended with no state entrants as Dylan Kline placed 14th and Luke Bunkers 22nd in the Section 5AAA meet that concluded Thursday at Bunker Hills. “The season ended as it went for the Royals all year; the top two boys could not both play their best on the same day,R...Read More
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The Rogers golf team placed seventh in Section 5AAA on Wednesday while Dylan Kline and Luke Bunkers qualified for Thursday’s second round individually at Bunker Hills. The Royals shot 326, ending their string of four consecutive championships. The top four of 12 teams advanced to the second ro...Read More
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The Rogers Royals placed fifth among 10 teams in the full Mississippi 8 Conference meet Thursday at Links at Northfork. Buffalo won with 298, followed by Cambridge-Isanti 319, St. Michael-Albertville 324, St. Francis 324, Rogers 324, North Branch 330, Chisago Lakes 344, Monticello 344, Big Lake 348,...Read More
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