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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports Finishing games has been a problem all season for the Rogers Red Devils, but Rogers came through in a big way with a walk-off win against the Hamel Hawks on Thursday. Calen Kirkland had an RBI single for the Red Devils, but Hamel grabbed a 5-2 lead and [...]...Read More
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The Wright County Soccer club’s boys U14 C3 team won the 30th Annual Eden Prairie Cup in a tournament that ran from June 26-28. The club includes players from Rockford, Delano, Buffalo and area communities. The first game against Tonka United set for Friday was rained out and called a tie. The fir...Read More
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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports Albertville played a pair of tough one-run games, losing 5-4 to Monticello and defeating Rogers 2-1. The Polecats grabbed single runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings to take a 3-2 lead into the sixth inning. The Villains scratched out a pair of runs in t...Read More
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By Dave Pedersen Crow River News In winning one of four amateur baseball games last week, Rockford found the offense and defense on different tracks. If the River Bandits hit well, the opponent did one better. And if the pitching was in control, Rockford’s offense was turned off. Rockford started ...Read More
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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports St. Michael lost 8-1 to Chaska and defeated Dundas 4-3 in a pair of road games. Chaska picked up four runs in the first two innings. The Saints scored their lone run in the sixth inning to cut the lead to 5-1, and the Cubs added three more [...]...Read More
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By Dave Pedersen Crow River News The recent rise to the top by Rockford’s varsity fastpitch softball team has caught the attention of younger prospects in the community. The Rockets qualified for state two straight years after not advancing in 20 years. This year another standout team lost the sec...Read More
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by Bob San SUN PRESS Newspapers Bill Quan takes over as Osseo High School’s Activities Director July 1, but in a way he has been preparing for this job for several years. Quan applied for the job seven years ago when Ray Kirch was hired. Quan continued to teach chemistry at Osseo High and built [....Read More
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