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The Rogers golfers placed fourth in a five-team Mississippi 8 West meet on Thursday, shooting 372, at Buffalo. Megan Secrist placed fifth with 85. Syd Clark had 94, Julianna Kiesner 96 and Kayla Larson 97. Buffalo was team winner and had the medalist, Kristen Olson with 78. The next Rogers meet is t...Read More
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The Rogers girls placed third in a five-team Mississippi 8 West conference meet Wednesday at Monticello. Megan Secrist of the Royals was third individually with 86. Kayla Larson shot 100, Julianna Kiesner 101 and Sydney Clark 102 as the Royals totaled 389. Buffalo won with 362 and had the low shoote...Read More
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Elk River girls golf is 3-0 in conference duals after defeating Blaine 187-198 in their home opener on Thursday at Elk River Golf Club. Samantha Lindeen of the Elks outshot Blaine’s Caroline Andrews 43 to 46 in a matchup of two of the conference’s top individuals. Alexa Filipiak shot 46,...Read More
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Elk River golf coach Dave Bleyhl had a bunch of grumpy girls on his hands Tuesday. “They were not happy. They didn’t want to play,” said Bleyhl about the 38-degree conditions with snow flurries. “We could have rescheduled for next week but he (Centennial coach) wanted to get ...Read More
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The Rogers girls placed fifth of 10 teams at the Irondale Invitational on a cold and windy afternoon at TPC in Blaine on Monday. Edina was champion led by medalist Hanna Hankinson with 74. Rogers counting scores were Megan Secrist with 95, Julianna Kiesner 99, Kayla Larson 100, and Grace Alford 104....Read More
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In a tournament where it was so cold they stopped after 12 holes, the Elk River girls placed fourth among eight teams on Monday at Chaska. “It was nasty,” said coach Dave Bleyhl about the 40-degree, windy day at Hazeltine. Alexa Filipiak and Morgan Bleyhl each shot 65, Samantha Lindeen 6...Read More
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Elk River girls golf opened its season beating Andover 184 to 198 in a conference dual meet at Elk River Golf Club on Wednesday. Samantha Lindeen, Elk senior, shot 39, low for the meet. Andover’s Haley Tolette was next with 42. The Elks’ other counting scorers were Alexa Filipiak’s...Read More
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The Rogers girls golf team placed fifth in the 10-team St. Michael-Albertville Invitational on Tuesday. Megan Secrist led Rogers with 88, placing eighth, followed by Syd Clark with 93, Haylee Fingalsen 98, and Paetyn Levis 98. STMA won the meet at Cedar Creek course in Albertville with 361, followed...Read More
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The Rogers girls golf team placed 10th of 18 teams at the Monticello Invitational on Monday. St. Francis was team champion with 354 and had the medalist, Kalley Wagner with 82. Rogers scored 389. Megan Secrist shot 94, Paetyn Levis 97, Sydney Clark 98, and Kayla Larson, 100. Conditions were sunny bu...Read More
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Rogers girls golf placed second in a five-team Mississippi 8 meet Friday at Pebble Creek in Becker to open the season. Buffalo won with 343, followed by Rogers 386, Monticello 396, Big Lake 406 and St. Michael-Albertville 409. Megan Secrist led Rogers with 89, placing fourth. Haylee Fingalsen shot 9...Read More
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Elk River golfer Samantha Lindeen has signed with St. Cloud State, where she will join her older sister Ashlee on the Huskies golf team. Lindeen said she was drawn to SCSU by its “strong business program” and its between-seasons workouts that make it a year-round commitment to golf. Ashl...Read More
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