Rogers wrestling
ROYAL WRESTLING Rogers was 3-16 last year but won a tournament and sent two wrestlers to state, both “firsts” for the program. “Now we just need to keep taking steps forward from there,” said Chris Donnay, second-year coach. They should score at 126 to 145 with Connor Larson ...Read More
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ROYAL WRESTLING Team record – 1-5 conference, 7-13 overall All-conference – Clay LeVasseur (sr 195), Phillip Anderson (so 126) … Hon.mention: Tim Beach (jr 132), Connor Larson (so 120) Team awards – MVP: LaVasseur … Top rookie: Jake Owens (fr 170) … Most improved: Jordan Lemc...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Rogers Royals have two wrestlers in the state meet as undefeated Clay LeVasseur won the Section 5AAA crown at 195 pounds and Phillip Anderson was runner-up at 126, Saturday at Maple Grove. “For the first time in school history we have two state entrant...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Zach Stepan of Zimmerman won twice at the state tournament on Friday to reach the Class AA semifinals at 125 pounds.   Meanwhile, Holton Lubinski of Elk River won his first-round match and lost in the second round in Class AA.   Three other Zimmerman wrestler...Read More
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  Zimmerman and Rogers have four wrestlers each in the semifinals of the Section 5AA tournament which will conclude Saturday at Zimmerman.   The quarterfinals and pigtail matches were held Friday evening.   Zimmerman wrestlers in the semifinals are Hunter Smith at 119, Zach Stepan at ...Read More
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The Rogers wrestlers lost their conference finale to Princeton 51-24 Thursday, forfeiting at seven weights. Mike Voorhees and Kyle Ysteboe had pins and Phil Anderson, Conner Larson and Kyler Swanson won majors, as Rogers took five of the seven contest matches. Rogers was  2-6 in the Mississippi 8 a...Read More
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The Spectrum/Legacy wrestling team hosted a nine-team invitational on Saturday. Spectrum/Legacy placed eighth and Rogers placed ninth among 10 teams. Sartell-St. Stephen placed first. Spectrum/Legacy’s Paul Nolden won the 119-pound title with 3 wins including 8-2 in the finals over Brad Johnso...Read More
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The Rogers Royals picked up their second conference win of the season, edging Zimmerman 37-35 on Thursday evening in Zimmerman. Rogers was up 15-0 after three matches and held on. Rogers had three forfeit wins, while  forfeiting at two weights, with one double forfeit. “The boys were fired up...Read More
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