Rogers cross country

  Rogers senior Reed Parent turned in the best run of his career to place second in Section 5AA on Thursday and qualify for his third state meet. Parent broke his personal record by nine seconds and dipped under the 16 mark for the first time with 15:58.6 on the Anoka High School course. He [...]

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The Rogers boys placed third among eight teams at the St. Michael-Albertville Invitational on Tuesday. Host STMA won the meet and had the individual winner in Chase Cayo in 16:05. STMA scored 47, Apple Valley 69, Rogers 72, Maple Grove 105, Minnehaha Academy 115, Robbinsdale Cooper 166, Anoka 193, and Buffalo 211. Reed Parent of [...]

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The Rogers boys placed second and the girls third among nine schools at the Big Lake Invitational on Tuesday. Buffalo won the boys race with 46 points, followed by Rogers with 66 and Blaine with 86. Monticello had five of the top six runners in the girls race and won with 18 points, followed by [...]

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by Bruce Strand, Sports Editor Reed Parent had a day last November when he wished he could be two places at once. The Rogers cross-country star eagerly anticipates the deer hunting opener all fall, along with his family. Wouldn’t you know it, the state meet, for which he had qualified for the second straight year, [...]

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The Rogers boys placed sixth and the girls ninth in the Monticello Invitational on Thursday. “A lot of our kids were disappointed in their times,” said coach Chad Kreuser. “I thought they ran well considering how hot it was. It was about 83 and seemed warmer.” Hutchinson won the boys 11-team competition, beating runner-up STMA [...]

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The Rogers boys placed second and the girls third among four schools in a small two-mile race to open the season on Friday, Aug. 23, hosted by Champlin Park. The Blaine boys scored 30, Rogers 44, Orono 59 and Champlin Park 100. Orono’s Keith Ketola won with 10:39. For Rogers, Reed Parent was third (10:44), [...]

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