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Shane Smith scored four goals as the Royals Royals defeated St. Francis 7-0 on Thursday evening at St. Francis. Smith scored shorthanded in the first period and got the team’s next two goals in the second period, then the final one in the third period. He leads the team with 13 goals. Branden ...Read More
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Elk River boys hockey moved a step closer to the Northwest Suburban Conference championship with a 3-0 victory over Centennial at home Thursday evening. Kyle Bouten and Peter Jones scored in the second period and Matt Kierstad made it 3-0 in the third period. Jax Muray made two assists. Sophomore Be...Read More
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The Breck Royals handed the Rogers Royals a 4-1 loss on Tuesday evening in Golden Valley.  Taylor Scott punched in two goals for Breck (15-6-1) and Chase Ellingson and Carter Breitenfeldt one each. Shane Smith opened the scoring with a goal for Rogers (6-13-1). Rogers faces North Branch on Thursday...Read More
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Nick Zwack scored both goals for Monticello-Annandale-Maple Lake as the Moose edged the Rogers Royals 2-1 on Saturday evening in Rogers. Goalie Nathan Isaacson stopped 24 of 25 shots for MAML (6-4 conference, 8-13 overall). Vinnie Billing scored in the first period for the Royals (3-5 conference, 6-...Read More
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  Peter Jones led with two goals and three assists as the Elk River Elks turned back the Andover Huskies 5-2 at home on Thursday evening. Jones, senior forward, had most most productive scoring game. His season totals are five goals and nine assists. Reggie Lutz, Benton Maas and Jensen Zerban d...Read More
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  All three Elk River lines scored in the first period and the Elks went on to defeat the Anoka Tornadoes 5-0 at home Thursday evening, their sixth straight win. Max Michaelis, Jax Murray and Reggie Lutz gave the first-place Elks (13-3) the early lead. Murray scored again in both the second and...Read More
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