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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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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Zimmerman junior Austin May entered the state wrestling tournament with little notoriety, but emerged as the first state champion from District 728 in seven years on Saturday evening. May, a first-time state entrant, ground out three close decisions Friday and S...Read More
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The breakout season by the Rogers Royals wrestling team did not end with any podium finishes at the state tournament. The Royals, with an 18-6 record, section runner-up finish and seven state qualifiers, had by far the best season in the program’s 10-year history. However, their final goal of ...Read More
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  Elk River wrestler Garrett Caldon came home from the state tournament with two wins and no medal. Caldon was nipped by Jake Bergeland of Centennial 5-4 in the 113-pound wrestle backs on Saturday. Caldon (25-9) had opened with a 4-3 upset of Owatonna’s Tanner Cole (39-2) on Friday, then ...Read More
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