Rogers girls basketball
The Rogers Royals lost in double overtime to Cambridge-Isanti 76-65 on Friday night in Cambridge. No data was available at post time. It was a week of near-misses for the Royals, following a 52-51 loss to first-place STMA on Tuesday. They fell to 4-3 in conference and 13-9 overall. The Bluejackets a...Read More
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The Rogers Royals almost pulled an upset that would have tied them for the conference lead but fell short against St. Michael-Albertville 52-51 on Tuesday evening. Bobbi Brendefur netted 14 points and Natalie Van Wyhe 12 for STMA, now 6-0 in conference and 18-3 overall. Taylor Anderson scored 13, Kr...Read More
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The Rogers Royals shot 12-for-12 on free shots and hit the boards offensively in knocking off a strong Monticello team 49-37 on Thursday evening at home. Taylor Paulsrud netted 14 points, and Marina Nowak delivered 12 points and 10 rebounds, for the Royals. Rogers (13-7 overall) now holds second pla...Read More
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The Shakopee Sabres dominated the second half and snapped a four-game win streak by the Rogers Royals 50-32 on Tuesday evening in Rogers. “Our second half was brutal,” assessed Rogers coach Karlee Anderson. “We had no intensity, no fire, no communications. We had a nice first half....Read More
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  The Rogers Royals missed a bundle of layups but still posted a 53-38 win over Big Lake at home Tuesday evening. Lindsey Dorr led with 16 points and six rebounds. Taylor Anderson chipped in 11 points, Taylor Paulsrud nine and Kelsey Frain eight. “We missed about 15 points worth of layups...Read More
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The Rogers girls beat Brainerd, a section rival, 66-34 on Saturday on the Warriors court. “We were able to¬† play everybody, and we were able to work on a new defense, too,” said Rogers coach Karlee Anderson. About Brainerd, she said, “We were too big for them.” Rogers is 10-...Read More
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Taylor Anderson and Lindsey Dorr each tallied 18 points as the Rogers Royals picked up their first conference win 61-52 over Cambridge-Isanti on Tuesday evening in Cambridge. Dorr, 6-foot-1 junior post, snagged 10 rebounds, blocked several shots, and made 6-of-6 free shots. Anderson, sophomore guard...Read More
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The Rogers Royals lost their conference opener to St. Michael-Albertville 54-37 at home Friday evening. No data was available at this posting. Rogers is 8-6 overall and STMAA is 10-3. Rogers will host Cambridge-Isanti on Tuesday....Read More
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