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The Rogers Royals blanked St. Francis 7-0 at home Thursday, improving to 4-1 in conference and 15-6 overall. They will play at St. Michael-Albertville on Thursday. Rogers 7, St.Francis 0 Singles (1) Kaylie Conlin, Rog, def Paige Swanson 6-3, 6-0 (2) Sam Fitzpatrick, Rog, def Kristen Hang 6-1, 6-0 (3...Read More
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  Two current Elk River High School tennis players met in the finals of the Fall Classic on Saturday with Tyler Creelman defeating Zeke Delain 6-3, 7-5. Creelman, currently a sophomore, and Delain, a junior, were both all-conference players this spring, and helped the team reach the state tourn...Read More
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The unbeaten Princeton Tigers handed the Rogers Royals their first conference loss 7-0 on Tuesday in Princeton. The Tigers lineup was headed by 2013 state singles qualifier Mary Caire Mayerchak, who had an eye problem earlier in the season and played No. 1 doubles when they beat the Elks 4-3. Coach ...Read More
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Elk River tennis won a duel of last year’s co-champions, 5-2 over Coon Rapids, on Thursday at the Cardinals courts. The Elks are 7-0 in the Northwest Suburban and 8-1 overall. The Cardinals are now 4-2 in conference. Next for the Elks is a trip to Duluth on Saturday to face Duluth East and Mah...Read More
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Elk River stayed unbeaten in conference with a 7-0 win over the Andover Huskies on Thursday. The Elks (6-1 overall) will host Blaine on Tuesday. Elks 7, Andover 0 Singles (1) Meagan Brown, ER, def Marcy Chock 6-0, 6-0 (2) Jen Koehler, ER, def Sophie Seibure 6-2, 6-1 (3) Lauren Brayden, ER, def Anna ...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Rogers tennis team has played 15 dual meets already, and school hasn’t even started yet. The Royals have won 10 of those matches, including 4-3 over Maple Grove on Wednesday. That was their first home match after playing in five multiple-team events on...Read More
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The Princeton Tigers handed Elk River tennis its first loss Tuesday as the Elks split a pair of matches against section rivals. The Elks (5-1) beat Forest Lake 7-0 before falling to Princeton 4-3, on Princeton’s courts. Princeton’s No. 1 player, Mary Claire Mayerchak, a state qualifier l...Read More
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