Elk River girls hockey
by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Jonna Curtis, high-scoring junior on the Elk River girls hockey team, has verbally committed to play for University of New Hampshire. A starter since seventh grade, Curtis has 110 career goals, 41 of them this year. Curtis was recruited by multiple schools, including M...Read More
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Elk River is seeded No. 1 in the Section 7AA girls hockey tournament and will open Thursday at home against No. 8 Cambridge-Isanti. The Elks are 17-8 overall, and 4-0 against section rivals, having beaten Iron Range teams Proctor-Hermanton-Marshall, Duluth, Cloquet and Grand Rapids-Greenway. The Elk...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Jonna Curtis scored four goals, including one with two seconds left to force overtime, but the Elk River skaters lost to North Metro 5-4  in their conference finale Monday evening. The Elks finished NWSC play 11-7 in fifth place. They’ll take a 17-8 record into ...Read More
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Jonna Curtis scored the lone goal of the game with 33 seconds remaining as Elk River nipped the Blaine Bengals 1-0 at home Saturday evening. The junior forward notched her 35th goal of the season on a power play, unassisted. That shot gave a happy ending to the Elks in a frustrating game where they ...Read More
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The Anoka Tornadoes nipped Elk River 3-2 for the second time this season, scoring the final two goals, on Tuesday evening at Elk River Arena. The Elks twice had a one-goal lead, on goals by Chelsey Petrich in the first period (assists by Emily Heid and Meagan Orrock) and by Cassi Schreckenghaust in ...Read More
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