Rogers cross country
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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Reed Parent of Rogers has qualified for the state cross country meet for the second time. Parent, a junior, placed fourth in Section 5AA at Anoka on Thursday with a time of 16:20. He will run at the state meet next Saturday at St. Olaf College in Northfield. Rogers placed eighth among 15 teams with ...Read More
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Reed Parent’s third-place finish was the highlight for Rogers as the Royal boys placed fourth and the girls fifth in the six-team Mississippi 8 meet on Thursday. The Buffalo boys and Monticello girls were team champions in the races at St. Michael Rec Center. St. Michael-Albertville had both i...Read More
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  The Spectrum girls cross country team had five of the top 17 runners and placed first among six teams in the Rogers Invitational on Tuesday. The Elk River charter school was led by by Kayla Zimmerman in sixth place with 16:46. Becca Peterson was 13th in 17:19, Brittany Waterhouse 14th in 17:2...Read More
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