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The Elk River wrestlers gave No. 5 ranked Anoka a challenge but lost to the Tornadoes 42-24 in their conference opener on Tuesday in Anoka. “It was a good battle, but we gave up too many bonus points, and there was three matches that could have gone either way that Anoka won,” said Elk c...Read More
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The Rogers wrestling team lost to a pair of ranked teams, Cambridge-Isanti 32-27 and Elk River 48-23, while defeating White Bear Lake 42-38, at Cambridge on Saturday to open the season. Andrew Piehl, Jordan Lemcke, Bret Wilson and Jay Larson were all 3-0. Piehl had three pins, including one against ...Read More
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Elk River Elks Last year — 8-2 conference, 12-9 overall Opener — Today at Cambridge-Isanti quad Coaches — Paul Nelson (head), Bryan Kulm, Mike Dahlheimer, Brett Svendsen, Tyler Stevens, Gary Clem Captains — Garrett Caldon, Cole Moening, Bobby Schmitz Returning starters — Anthony Meister (s...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports Editor Sean Ryther, who started the Spectrum wrestling program four years ago and had a trio of state qualifiers this year, has resigned from the Elk River charter school, with plans to move to South Korea. “The Lord has told me to get out of my comfort zone,” said Ryther...Read More
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Chris Donnay’s third season as Rogers wrestling coach brought by far the best results the Royal program has  ever had. His peers noticed, and voted him the Section 5AAA Coach of the Year honor. The Royals had their first winning season, 18-6, and seven state qualifiers this year. Donnay, a wo...Read More
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