Rogers cross country
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, a...Read More
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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 [......Read More
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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 ...Read More
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ROYAL FOOTBALL   Coaches — Marc Franz … Assistants Mick Goudy, Ryan LaPointe, Ken Worel, B.J. Brent, Justin Oie, Josh Rogahn, Matt Webb, Jeff Peterson, Jeremy Hood Last year — 6-1 conf. (co-champ), 9-2 overall Returning starters — Conner Henderson (sr QB-DB), Steve Hines (sr RB-DB), Nate We...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Chad Krueser, a soccer and golf athlete who took up running as an adult, is the new cross-country coach at Rogers High School. “Running has become a passion of mine,” said Kreuser, who has run 11 marathons in the last six years, “and I am excited to take over the...Read More
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  Rogers junior Reed Parent placed 26th at the state cross country meet on Saturday, highest finish of any of the area state qualifiers. Parent, who qualified with a fourth-place finish in his section, ran the 5,000 meters at St. Olaf College at Northfield in 16:09.9, a personal best despite a ...Read More
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