Michael Schreiber
Michaela Schulz, Gustavus Adolphus sophomore tennis player from Elk River, went 6-0 at No. 1 singles and 5-0 at No. 1 doubles (with Lizzy Stanczyk of Plymouth) during March, and was named Gustavus’s female athlete of the month. The Elks’ all-time win leader also got MIAC player of the we...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Rogers Royals are on the verge of their first  conference title in boys basketball after tumbling St. Michael-Albertville 65-48 Tuesday evening, generating perhaps their best performance of the season in a game they had to win. “Conference means a lot...Read More
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Rogers senior Michael Schreiber has been selected for the Minnesota All-Star Basketball Series, announced Royals coach Joe Belka. The 6-foot-8 center, averaging 21 points and nine rebounds,  is one of 40 seniors chosen. Four 10-man teams will play March 30 at St. Cloud State and March 31 at Macales...Read More
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R.J. Dean sank a game-winning 3-point shot at the buzzer in overtime as the Rogers Royals made it a two-game sweep of their arch-rival St. Michael-Albertville 68-65 on Friday night.   Trevor Morlock led with 22 points as the Royals closed their Mississippi 8 schedule with a 12-4 record.   ...Read More
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The Rogers Royals had a 52-point second half in running away from Cambridge-Isanti 86-53 on Friday evening at home. A dozen Royals scored and five were in double digits — Michael Schreiber with 14, Trevor Morlock 13, Josh Turnquist 13 off the bench, Rory Donovan 12, and Trevor Berkley 12. Roge...Read More
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The Rogers Royals stuck with No. 5 ranked St. Cloud Apollo until the final half-minute but the Eagles held them off 68-63 on Saturday evening at Rogers. The Royals (14-8) trimmed a 12-point deficit late in the half down to three points  after scoring twice off turnovers while Apollo missed two free...Read More
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