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Katelyn Kemmetmueller dominated with her arm and bat as the Rogers Royals trounced the Princeton Tigers 15-1 on Thursday in Princeton. The junior right-hander stuck out 11 in six innings and allowed just two hits while banging out four hits herself, going 4-for-4 with a home run and five RBI’s...Read More
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After winning three straight games by shutout, the Elk River Elks got blanked themselves by Spring Lake Park 1-0 on Thursday on the Panthers’ field. In a duel of unbeatens, the Panthers improved to 4-0 in the NWSC and 6-0 overall, allowing just three runs in six games. The Elks dropped to 4-1,...Read More
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Olivia Wolters and the unbeaten Elk River softball team posted their third straight shutout win, 7-0 over Coon Rapids, at home Wednesday. Wolters, junior right-hander, had a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts and one walk. In her last three games she’s had a no-hitter while giving up just five tota...Read More
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The Spectrum Sting rolled to a 25-1 win over PACT in four innings on Tuesday in Ramsey, improving to 3-0. Leah Dehn had four hits, including two doubles off the fence, and four RBI’s. Sarah Holm and Meghan Schroeder combined for six hits and nine RBI. Elizabeth Hackbarth had five stolen bases;...Read More
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  Ashley Pool threw the shutout as the Zimmerman Thunder beat St. Cloud Cathedral 7-0 at home Tuesday evening. Pool, junior right-hander, struck out nine batters and gave up four hits as the Thunder improved to 2-1. Maddie Jacob was 3-for-4 with a run, RBI and three stolen bases. Kayla Trisko w...Read More
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Olivia Wolters struck out 18 batters, and Jayme Langbehn and Alyssa Germscheid produced the game’s lone run, as unbeaten Elk River edged Irondale 1-0 in eight innings Monday in Robbinsdale. Wolters, coming off a no-hitter against Coon Rapids on Friday, spaced out four hits and two walks agains...Read More
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Olivia Olson was sorely missed by the Rogers softball team last year even though they went 20-3. A promising starter as a freshman, she missed the 2014 season with an injury from hockey. “It’s good to have her back; she’s one of that strong junior group I’ve got,” said ...Read More
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In a game with only six hits, including a homer by each side, the Rogers Royals topped Chisago Lakes 4-2 at home Friday. Rogers sophomore Melea Bruns threw a two-hitter with eight strikeouts and one walk, getting the win over Chisago Lakes’ Alex Smith, who allowed four hits and two walks, and ...Read More
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