The STMA Boys Tennis team traveled to Orono for a nonconference match and lost 1-6. “Both teams had to deal with the high wind gust and I thought Orono did a little better job than us,” coach Jim Riles said. “John Budde got our only win in 3 sets, but I thought most of the [...]...Read More
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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports STMA Baseball’s hot start continued with a 5-2 win over Big Lake and a 10-4 victory over Monticello. The Knights set the tone early. Jaylen Hakes hit a two-run triple as part of a big first inning for STMA against the Big Lake Hornets on Tuesday. Hunter Wilco...Read More
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By Bruce Strand Elk River Star News  The Rogers tennis team picked up its first win, 7-0, over North Branch, in a conference match April 13. The Royals (1-3) had lost to St. Cloud Cathedral 6-1, Anoka 5-2 and Monticello 6-1 previously. Rogers 7, North Branch 0 SINGLES — (1) Cory Penick, Rog, def ...Read More
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By Bruce Strand Elk River Star News   Katelyn Kemmetmueller dominated with her arm and bat as the Rogers Royals trounced the Princeton Tigers 15-1 on Thursday in Princeton. The junior right-hander stuck out 11 in six innings and allowed just two hits while banging out four hits herself, going 4...Read More
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By Bruce Strand Elk River Star News  The Rogers girls golf team placed fifth in the 10-team St. Michael-Albertville Invitational on Tuesday. Megan Secrist led Rogers with 88, placing eighth, followed by Syd Clark with 93, Haylee Fingalsen 98, and Paetyn Levis 98. STMA won the meet at Cedar Creek co...Read More
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By Bruce Strand Elk River Star News  Ryan Grauf belted a three-run homer and two doubles as the Rogers Royals defeated Buffalo 9-3 at home April 13. Mike Terres (1-1) was winning pitcher and went 3-for-3 with a double, walk, and RBI. He pitched five innings, yielding four hits and three runs, strik...Read More
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BY DAVE PEDERSEN CROW RIVER NEWS Rockford finished in the top half of the pack at last week’s Hutchinson track and field invitational thanks to standout efforts in the field events. The girls captured third place out of seven teams, while the boys finished fourth. The much bigger Hutchinson school...Read More
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BY DAVID PEDERSEN CROW RIVER NEWS Rockford will take momentum into its home softball tournament Saturday, April 25 when starting the season at 4-0, winning all the games last week. Coach Dawn Engebretson claims the tournament “should be a really good one.” Teams entered include Annandale, Alexan...Read More
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