Elk River girls tennis
  Meagan Brown, the Elk River eighth-grader who qualified for the state tennis meet in singles, won a match at state on Thursday morning before being stopped in the second round. Brown defeated Owatonna junior Briana Hartmann 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 at the U of M Baseline Center, then lost to Eastview so...Read More
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The Elk River Elks lost to St. Cloud Tech 6-1 on Wednesday in a match that had to be finished inside at Daytona Courts after rain interrupted play. The Elks lone win came from Lauren Brayden at No. 4 singles. The Elks (14-5) will close the regular season Thursday hosting Wayzata. Sub-section team pl...Read More
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Elk River’s tennis match with St. Cloud Tech, originally scheduled for Monday, was moved to Wednesday at 4 p.m. at home. The Elks (14-4), conference co-champions with Coon Rapids, have two strong non-conference opponents this week to finish the regular season. Tech has a 13-4 record, and Wayza...Read More
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Elk River closed its conference schedule with a 7-0 victory over Osseo there Thursday and wrapped up a share of the Northwest Suburban championship. The Elks and Coon Rapids each finished 9-1 in conference, with Centennial and Andover right behind at 8-2, in the closest race in the 10-year history o...Read More
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The Elk River tennis team picked up three victories at the Eagan tournament on Saturday. Playing without one of their senior leaders, Becca O’Connell, at one-doubles, the Elks did some mixing that worked out well. The Elks swept the doubles in a 4-3 win over Eagan. They moved No. 2 singles pla...Read More
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Elk River was dislodged from a first-place tie in conference when the Andover Huskies beat them 5-2 on Thursday in Andover. The Elks got wins from Annika Teske and Jen Koehler at two and three singles, but Andover took the other five points, four of them in the third set. The Elks are now 6-1 [...]...Read More
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