Rogers boys basketball
by Bruce Strand, Sports editor This year’s River Battle matched a veteran, unbeaten Elk River squad and a struggling, all-rookie Rogers lineup but still wound up being a scrap from start to finish. The Elks prevailed 61-54 at home Saturday, after trailing by five at halftime, led by Porter Mor...Read More
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Aaron Lien poured in 30 points as the Moorhead Spuds foiled the Rogers Royals 76-62 on Saturday in Moorhead. Mead, a senior forward, made 14 of 16 free shots, the bulk of them late in the game as the Spuds pulled away when Rogers had to foul. Ryan Gelle netted 14 points, Cullen Loughlin 14 [...]...Read More
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The Rogers Royals opened their weekend northern trip with a 71-47 victory over the Bemidji Lumberjacks on Friday evening in Bemidji. The Royals (2-2) will duel Moorhead on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Bemidji and Moorhead are both in Rogers section so the Royals added this trip to their schedule this year....Read More
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The Rogers boys lost their opener to Anoka 58-57 Thursday at home as the Tornadoes’ Torrey Ledin  hit a 3-pointer with 13 seconds left and the Royals missed two free shots in the final second. Rogers rallied from a  30-22 halftime deficit to a seven-point lead with 2:40 left but couldn’...Read More
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The Rogers Royals absorbed their first loss, getting thumped by Mahtomedi 7-3 at home on Tuesday evening. Mac Rathmanner and Matt Bonine knocked in two goals each for the Zephyrs, who were opening their season. Jake Erickson, Kellen Campbell and Trevor Keeney notched the other goals. Erickson had a ...Read More
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It’s a start-over year for the Royals with seven seniors gone from last year’s 19-9 team and nobody on the roster who has started a varsity game. “The players are excited about their opportunities,” said coach Joe Belka. “We should be a team that gets better throughout the season.” The R...Read More
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