Board asks that food going into garbage be monitored by Paul Rignell Contributing Writer Lunch may not count as a subject in school, but it has been a hot topic among students in District 728 this fall. The discussion reached the Elk River Area School Board at a recent work session. Students and staff last [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The Knights shook off several miscues and locked down a victory in a playoff rematch against the Monticello Magic. Jackson Greenwaldt ran for three touchdowns and threw for another, offsetting a pair of interceptions which kept the Magic within striking distance of the lead. Greenwaldt’s first touchdown went [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The STMA Knights volleyball team lost the first two sets and never recovered as the season ended with a home section loss to the Blaine Bengals. The Knights battled in the first set, getting out to a 10-6 lead but the Bengals rallied to win a close one, [...]

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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports Making an appearance in the state soccer tournament for the second time in three seasons, the STMA Lady Knights came up short against the Lakeville North Panthers in the opening round. Both teams played to a stalemate over the first six minutes. Lillie Lyon of the Panthers scored [...]

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Both the STMA Boys and Girls cross country teams won Section titles and the right to compete at the State Meet, as a team, at St. Olaf College in the upcoming State Cross Country Meet. For the Knight girls, they return to the State class “AA” meet after winning Sections titles in 2010 and in [...]

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by Bruce Strand Elk River Star News It took over a half-hour for the Rogers Royals to leave the field Saturday after a heartbreaking 42-34 loss to Elk River in the section semifinals. There were buckets of tears, endless anguished hugs, somber reflections on the game, soothing tributes from coaches, expressions of their pride in [...]

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By Bruce Strand Elk River Star News   The Rogers volleyball season ended with a five-game loss to Spring Lake Park in their Section 5AAA opener Tuesday evening. Spring Lake Park (15-9) prevailed 25-21, 18-25, 17-25, 25-22, 15-12. Rogers finished 13-16. Erica Folk made 18 kills and 22 digs for Rogers. Hannah Sjerven notched 15 [...]

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