Elk River girls basketball
  For the Elk River girls, Champlin Park has always been a tough place to play, but the Elks pulled out a 46-41 win over the Rebels there Tuesday evening. In coach Reed Caouette’s seven seasons, this was the first time the Elks won on the Rebels’ court. While the Elks played a solid...Read More
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Shelby Gracik poured 26 points as Elk River scuttled Park Center 69-56 at home Friday evening. The junior guard made 9 of 10 free shots and was 3-for-7 on 3-pointers in notching her career high. Freshman center Abi Scheid laid in 17 points and grabbed 17 rebounds.  Jordyn Sohns added 9 points. Coac...Read More
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The Elk River girls lost to the Andover Huskies 60-53 there on Thursday evening. No data was available at this posting. The Elks are 3-2 in conference and 6-3 overall. Andover is 3-3- and 3-4. The Eiks will host Rogers on Saturday at 3 p.m....Read More
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  Elk River breezed to a 62-29 victory over a struggling Blaine Bengals squad at home Tuesday evening. Junior guard Shelby Gracik tallied 18 points, leading nine Elks in the scoring column. Jayme Langbehn, freshman forward, notched nine points (5-for-6 on free shots) and freshman center Abi Sch...Read More
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Shelby Gracik led with 22 points as the Elk River girls scuttled the Anoka Tornadoes 61-48 on Friday evening in Anoka. Gracik, a junior guard who made 11 of 12 free shots, was one of four double-digit scorers. Freshman center Abi Scheid netted 14 points, senior guard Jordyn Sohns  11 and soph guard...Read More
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St. Michael-Albertville stayed unbeaten by holding off an erratic Elk River squad 57-49 on Tuesday evening at ERHS. The Knights (5-0) sank 20 of 29 free shots while the Elks (4-3) were bogged down by more than 30 turnovers, mostly on bad passes. Senior guard Makenzie Bebo hit 16 points, including th...Read More
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The Elk River girls are 0-2 in conference after facing pair of ranked teams to open the NWSC schedule. The Osseo Orioles, ranked No. 6, beat the Elks 66-51 on Tuesday evening in Osseo, led by senior guard Phyllis Werbb with 23 points. Madi Malone added 12. The Elks (2-2) also lost to No. 9 [...]...Read More
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