Elk River boys basketball
  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor One night after U of M students stormed the court when the Gophers beat top-ranked Indiana, the Elk River boys sparked a similar celebration albeit with a slightly smaller crowd. Clay Elrod’s long three-point shot with three seconds left — and his 12...Read More
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The Elk River beat Armstrong 62-51 there Tuesday evening, led by Porter Morrell with 16 points. The Elks (11-6 conference, 16-7 overall) earned a split with the Falcons (9-8 conference, 14-9 overall). Armstrong won 81-78 in Elk River on Jan. 15. The Elks will host Maple Grove on Friday evening....Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Junior forward Clay Elrod joined Elk River’s 1,000-point club late in a 73-45 loss to Park Center on Friday evening. Elrod yanked a loose ball from a Pirate defender on the blocks and banked home a basket that put him at 1,001 points. He had 19 for the gam...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Park Center Pirates may have struggled with Elk River in the first meeting but they dominated the rematch 73-45 on Friday evening in Elk River. The Pirates, ranked No. 3 in Class 4A, led 42-23 with a dazzling first-half performance including three dunks, fou...Read More
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The Elk River boys lost to Champlin Park 76-63 there Tuesday evening. Clay Elrod scored 23 points and Porter Morrell 18 for the Elks (10-5 conference, 15-6 overall). The Elks won the previous match 64-63 over the Rebels (9-6 conference, 15-6 overall.) The Elks will host No. 4 ranked Park Center on F...Read More
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