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Rogers tennis beat Princeton 4-3 Wednesday with a doubles sweep by Thomas Lloyd/Nathan Pinter, Garrett Scherber/Nolan Murray, and Jake Boyd/Nate Puetz, while Nick Soppeland took 4-singles. The Royals (2-4) lost to Delano 6-1 Monday with Corey Penick winning 1-singles 6-1, 6-1....Read More
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Elk River lost to Class A power Blake 6-1 while beating two strong Class 2A teams, Mahtomedi and Eagan, each 4-3, at the Eagan tournament on Saturday. The Elks (12-2) will host Maple Grove on Monday in a duel that decided the conference title last year (Maple Grove won) and likely will again this ye...Read More
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  Sam Gearou has broken the Elk River record for most career tennis wins and his twin brother Josh Gearou is close behind. Sam Gearou has 170 wins after prevailing in a 3-setter Thursday against Anoka. His six-year total tops the record of 167 held by another six-year letterman, 2009 graduate B...Read More
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Elk River picked up conference wins over Andover 6-1 Wednesday and Anoka 7-0 Thursday, and now looks ahead to playing two of the state’s teams. The Elks, 5-0 in conference and 10-1 overall, will face Class A’s top-ranked team, Blake, on Saturday to open the Eagan tournament. On Monday, t...Read More
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The Rogers tennis team picked up its first win, 7-0, over North Branch, in a conference match Monday. The Royals (1-3) had lost to St. Cloud Cathedral 6-1, Anoka 5-2 and Monticello 6-1 previously. They will play at Delano on Monday.   Rogers 7, North Branch 0 SINGLES (1) Cory Penick, Rog, def N...Read More
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With the players buffeted by strong winds on a sunny Monday, Elk River picked up a 6-1 win at Andover, improving to 3-0 in conference and 8-1 overall. The Andover courts had no wind screens, making things interesting. “Wind gusts were very difficult to navigate at times, and it changed the sty...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Elk River tennis rolled up three wins at home Saturday, beating Hibbing 6-1, Grand Rapids 7-0 and Hopkins 6-1. The Elks (7-1) were ranked No. 9 in the first installment of the coaches association state rankings this week. Coach Randy Ronning said he felt that wa...Read More
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