tennis
by Jason Olson ECM Publishers Sam Gearou’s legacy at Elk River High School is one for the record books. The standout tennis player (alongside brother Josh Gearou) and now high school graduate went out with a bang. The brothers couldn’t have completed their stellar tennis careers any better than ...Read More
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  Elk River’s Sam Gearou and Jordan Haack captured the Section 7AA doubles championship while teammate Josh Gearou also qualified for state as singles runner-up on Tuesday. Sam Gearou and Haack, seniors who normally play No. 2 and No. 3 singles, defeated Thomas Gillach and Blake Lizotte o...Read More
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The Rogers tennis team’s dual meet season ended with a 6-1 loss to Anoka on Wednesday in the first round of sectionals. The Royals had a 6-12 record. Cory Penick and Thomas Lloyd won their match at No. 1 doubles 7-6, 6-2. Losing close matches were Nate Puetz at 4-singles, Reed Kolles/Nolan Mur...Read More
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Rogers tennis split two matches Saturday. The Royals beat Spring Lake Park 4-3 with Cory Penick, Reed Kolles and Aaron Gordon winning in singles, and Aaron Lind/Jake Boyd at 3-doubles. They lost a conference match to Cambridge-Isanti 5-2 with doubles wins by Penick/Thomas Lloyd and Boyd/Nick Soppela...Read More
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Rogers tennis lost to Champlin Park 5-2 in Champlin on Monday night. Rogers wins came from Cory Penick at No. 1 singles and Jake Boyd/Adam Lind at No. 3 doubles. The Royals (5-9) will play at Buffalo on Tuesday....Read More
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Elk River picked up two conference wins Wednesday, defeating Blaine 5-2 in the Bengals’ courts, and returning home to blank Spring Lake Park 7-0. The Elks are 9-0 in the NWSC with three conference matches left, and 18-3 overall. Blaine got two doubles points off the Elks. Avoiding a doubles sw...Read More
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