Rogers girls basketball
The Rogers Royals lost to St. Cloud Tech 40-38 on Thursday evening in St. Cloud. Kaila Burroughs scored 20 points for the Tigers (4-4) in the defensive struggle. Rogers (5-3) had the ball for the last 20 seconds but Tech fended them off. Taylor Anderson scored 7 points, and Kirsten Heikkinen and Tay...Read More
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  Free-throw accuracy helped the Rogers Royals hold off the Moorhead Spuds 60-50 at home on Saturday evening. The Royals sank 22 of 28 at the line as they improved to 5-2. Lindsey Dorr led Rogers with 17 points. Taylor Paulsrud added 13 points, Taylor Anderson 12, Courtney McClay 10 and Kelsey ...Read More
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The Rogers Royals cruised 66-31 over Bemidji at home on Friday evening,  leading 40-6 at the half. Lindsey Dorr with 12 points, Kelsey Frain with 10, and Megan Dobberstein and Courtney McClay with 8 each,  led the Royals (4-2), who had 11 players score. “The girls came out on fire, and never...Read More
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  The Simley Spartans, ranked No. 3 in Class 3A, overtook the Rogers Royals in the second half and won  61-51 on Tuesday evening in Rogers. Freshman post Abby Kane scored 20 points for the Spartans (4-2). Alexis Boyd-Lockett sank 15 points including three 3-pointers. Aeijah Lockett added 12 po...Read More
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The Rogers Royals thumped Spring Lake Park 65-48 on Tuesday evening on the Panthers court, improving to 2-1. The Royal enjoyed balanced scoring led by Megan Dobberstein with 1 3 points and Marina Nowak with nine. Simanko led SLP with 10 points. “We played our style of basketball,” said c...Read More
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An encouraging comeback in the second half wasn’t enough  as the Rogers Royals fell to the Chaska Hawks 67-54 on Thursday evening in Chaska. Chaska, with strong post play, dominated the first half 44-18. The Royals got within 11 points in the second half. “The first half, we played thei...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Karlee Anderson, former Bemidji State captain, is the new girls basketball coach for the Rogers Royals. Anderson, 25, was hired on Monday, announced RHS principal Roman Pierskalla. She will  teach Biology. “We think Karlee will do real well with our girls team,&...Read More
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The Rogers girls basketball season ended as top-seeded Buffalo beat the Royals 51-34 in the Section 8AAAA semifinals on Saturday at St. Cloud State. Jamie High with 15 points and 11 rebounds led Buffalo (24-4) in its third win over the Royals this year. Alexa Thielman added 12 points. Courtney McCla...Read More
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